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REVEILLE 
1972 Vol. 67 

Mississippi State 
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State College, 
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An official 
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of Mississippi 
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Haden Hughes 
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Table of Contents 

Student Life 16 

Academics 38 

Features 64 

Athletics 84 

Greeks 132 

Honoraries 184 

Organizations 210 

Classes 292 

Closing 382 









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. . . another year has arrived; a new beginning has offered 
itself to us. What are we going to do with it? What is it 
going to do to us? What is going to make us any different? 

We say we have changed, and it is true. The goldfish swal- 
lowing, flagpole sitting fads of yesterday are gone. These 
have been replaced by anti-war protests, political involve- 
ment, and ecology. These are more relevant to us, but are 
they just that — fads? 



With a new year come new problems. How these prob- 
lems are solved will be an individual matter. Perhaps we 
will overcome our challenges. Perhaps our solutions will 
last; perhaps . . . 



I do my thing, 

And you do your thing. 

I am not in this world 

To live up to your expectations, 

And you are not in this world 

To live up to mine. 

You are you. 
And I am I 

And if by chance we find each other 

It's beautiful 

If not, 

It can't be helped. 








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What's it all about anyway? I'm confused. I look 
around and see people hurriedly going their 
way ... my friends seem to know what they want, 
but their wants and needs are not the same as 
mine. I try to find my way by talking to others and 
watching, but it just doesn't help. It's fruitless to 
try to follow the crowd. I try to find the answer in 
my mind, but I constantly run into dead ends. 
Thinking is not the only solution . . . maybe it's 
experiencing . . . yeah, doing — getting involved. 




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Everytime I turn around there's something else to do. 
The pressures, the decisions, the clock won't leave me 
alone. Did anybody try to do anything before? 

I'm tired — tired of it all. Sometimes I think my only re- 
lief is in front of a passing truck. Is it worth it? I seek the 
answer to this question in the depths of my mind. Here I 
can be alone — alone even in the middle of a crowd. The 
answer, who knows? The crisis might pass . . . 





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STUDENT LIFE 





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Hey, Fred, wanna go wash clothes? 

Yeh, I guess so. When are you planning on eating 



supper 



We can get something while the stuff's washing. Is that 
okay? 

Well, I'd like to go to the 'Roads sometime tonight. Have 
you much studying to do? 

Nah, not much. Why don't we go now. The wash'll wait. 

Great! 




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"For the Starkville area the predic- 
tion is weather all weekend" 

After a blessed delay, the monsoon 
season arrived . . . and true to 
form . . . stayed. 

From then on it was "grab your 
umbrella, 'cause you'll be sorry if you 
don't." 







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It's really great when you can go to the dorm and be 
confident that there will be someone there that you can 
kill time with. This confidence, however, can only be felt 
during the week at MSU, because for lack of better things 
to do, the students continue to head homeward on the 
weekends. 

The Inter-Residence Hall Council, in an effort to change 
this trend, has taken some measures that may be effective. 
One measure is the refrigerator leasing. The success of this 
was evidenced by the hundreds of unfulfilled orders due 
to a shortage of the appliances. Other measures are the 
recreational center by the freshman boys' dorms and the 
pinball machines that have been installed in some dorm 
lobbies. Recently Sessums Hall celebrated its birthday as 
"The Capital of the World." Other male dorms have held 
swaps with the girls' dorms. These are small steps, to be 
sure, but they are definitely in the right direction. 





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All through the week 



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For those who live out-of-state or simply too far to 
drive home every weekend, State is a nine months' per- 
manent residence. Sometimes it can really be bleak. 
Football games and visits to friends' homes help a little, 
but otherwise "this place is deserted on the weekends." 



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. . . and then on Saturday! 



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Sports of all types are a favorite diversion at 
State. The only thing that beats watching the Dogs 
play is getting involved in a sport yourself. Wheth- 
er your game is Frisbee, football, or tennis, there is 
always one to get involved with here at "Mississip- 
pi's Most Dynamic University." 



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Classes ... say you'd go if you could 
find a parking place? . . . been circling in 
front of Bowen for 30 minutes huh? ... I 
believe it. 

Study — bleah — I'd rather not. Had a 
great weekend, but three tests on Monday 
and a paper on Tuesday ... no way! Pro- 
crastination becomes a way of life. 



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LYCEUM SERIES 




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Perhaps the most varied over, the 1971-72 Lyceum Series 
included eight internationally acclaimed musical and the- 
atrical acts. 

Opening the series was Peter Nero and his trio 
Throughout his career, Nero has played before royalty, ap- 
peared on the concert stage, and played in night clubs 
with numerous show business greats. Nero performed in 
the "cow palace 1 " in mid-October. 

"Charlie Brown . . ." brought laughter to the ratters of 
Lee Hall in early November. The traveling company pre- 
sented the Broadway musical to the capacity crowd using 
simple props and costumes. "Suppertime," a song by 
Snoopy, was one of the many which kept the audience en- 
tertained throughout the show. 

Witold Malcuzyski opened the entertainment slate tor 
the second semester. Malcuzyski's performance was part 
of his 20th tour of the U.S. and Canacia. Malcuzyski also 
conducted a masters' class for piano students while on 
campus. 

Malcuzyski was followed by lames Whit more who por- 
trayed Will Rogers. Lbs performance was similar to |ohn 
Chappel's Mark Twain impression which was part of the 
1970-71 series. 

"Rom o and luliet" and "The Twelfth Night" was pre- 
sented by the National Shakespearean Company during 
the High School Drama festival held in late February. The 
two plays were presented in Lee Hall Auditorium on con- 
secutive nights. 

Variety was seen in the Lyceum Series as lose Creco was 
presented in early March. Creco brought Spanish flavor to 
Lee Hall as he presented his group in a music and dance 
act. 

The following week, Norman Luboff appeared. Luboff is 
a popular choral conductor, composer, and arranger. The 
reputation of his group has been established by his many 
recordings and concerts. 

Closing the Lyceum Series was vocalist lerome Hines. 
Hines brought to Lee Hall many years of experience and 
hard work which was particularly evident in his last Lyce- 
um performance. 



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Lectern And Concerts 



The Lectern and Concerts Series for the 1971- 
1972 season featured nationally acclaimed person- 
alities making the season one of the biggest and 
most controversial ever. 

The Lectern began with "almost President," very 
much comic, Pat Paulsen on October 21. The Lee 
Hall capacity crowd roared to jokes like "Starkville 
is a very exciting place if you happen to be a 
monk." From there he swatted at politics, the 
economy, sex, drugs, women's rights, and other 
popular subjects of the 70's. 

December 2 brought Melvin Belli, noted cause- 
case lawyer, to Lee Hall. Speaking on "Revolution: 
The Law," the former defender of Jack Ruby called 
for prison reform and cited the revolutionary 
changes that are seen in the law today by such 
cases as Angela Davis and the Chicago 7. 

O. J. Simpson came in middle February. The 
Heisman Trophy winner used his football experi- 
ences and employment as an ABC commentator to 
thoroughly stimulate the audience. 

The Lectern ended in April with the famous Wil- 
liam Buckley who delighted the students with his 
opinions on current issues. 

The Concerts began on October 14, with the Im- 
pact of Brass and the Nitty Grity Dirt Band. The 
first group performed intricate and driving instru- 
mental music that included excellent reproduc- 
tions of current songs. The Dirt Band was the 
night's highlight, however, especially with their 
1950's act, and were right at home in the Animal 
Husbandry Building. 

November 30 featured The Guess Who, a Cana- 
dian rock group, who apparently were not as pop- 
ular at MSU as the SA thought. The proof was seen 
in more than a $5100 loss to the SA. As a result, 
concerts for second semester were doubtful. 









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If all else fails, you can try booking it for 
awhile. Anywhere is fine . . . the steps of Hil- 
bun . . . the drill field . . . your room? . . . the 
library. 

Sometimes it's more than you can take. Your 
eyelids droop, flicker, and fail. Embarrassment 
floods your face as you realize you're asleep in 
the library. Hang it up. Back to your room for a 
little sleep, knowing you'll get up and study 
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President 
William L. Giles 



Mississippi State University has entered the final stages 
of its self-study accreditation. This examination, which 
lasts one and a half years, verifies the academic progress 
evolved during the previous ten years. Teams of people 
from other universities have visited our campus, and their 
critiques complete the study. Such reports have revealed 
immense academic progress achieved in the past decade. 
These advancements are essentially attributed to the com- 
mendable leadership of Dr. William L. Giles. He has 
guided the various realms of campus growth and activities 
so as to promote efficient, progressive, and worthy 
advancements. 

To accommodate this academic growth, Mississippi 
State University has been expanding its facilities. The new 
addition of the library which opened last year has been 
steadily increasing its resources through additional state 
funds. The dedication exercise for this expansion was held 
in the fall of this year. Another large complex which is 
being completed is the new administration building. 

President Giles feels that the quality of the student body 
is superb. "These are the finest people on any campus in 
the United States. They are loyal, interested, active, and 
bright with a lot of ability." Through his thoughtful de- 
cisions and guidance, Dr. Giles has assisted in providing 
an atmosphere in which all experiences of the student's 
life are a part of his educational experience. 





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Vice-Presidents 





Above: MR. LEWIS MALLORY, Vice-President of Business 
and Affairs. 

Above right: DR. LOUIS N. WISE, Vice-President of Agri- 
culture and Forestry. 

Below right: DR. JOHN K. BETTERSWORTH, Vice-Presi- 
dent of Academic Affairs. 




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Above: DR. ). CHESTER McKEE, Vice-President of Re- 
search and Development. 

Above left: DR. ROBERT L. JONES, Vice-President of 
Student Affairs. 
Above right: DR. T. K. MARTIN, Vice-President. 



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Governor 
William Waller 



Governor 
John Bell Williams 



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Seated, left to right: Dr. M. M. Roberts; Ira L. Morgan; Leon Lowrey; Henry H. Hederman; Thomas N. Turner, Vice-President; W. O. Stone, President; 
Boswell Stevens; W. M. Shoemaker; M. Paul Haynes; William Henry Mitchell; Milton E. Brister. Standing, left to right: Dr. Verner S. Holmes; Dr. E. E. 
Thrash, Executive Secretary and Director; Dr. R. C. Cook. 



Board of Trustees of Institutions 
of Higher Learning 



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Agriculture 



The curricula in the College of Agriculture are contin- 
ually being changed to meet the needs of the graduates 
going into a very dynamic and fascinating industry. Pur- 
posely designed to lend flexibility, the college prepares 
students for the many opportunities in the broad, fast- 
moving agricultural industry. This flexibility permits a stu- 
dent to receive the training in technical agriculture, busi- 
ness, arts and humanities, and science that he needs to 
compete in modern agriculture. 

Training in all areas of agriculture is available thro.ugh 
the fourteen departments and the several curricula availa- 
ble in these departments and interdepartmental curricula. 
Home Economics and Landscape Architecture have added 
new dimensions to the curricula offerings of the college. 
Home Economics, which became a teaching department 
in the fall of 1968, has brought a refreshing touch of femin- 
ity to a college that was almost completely masculine. 
Landscape Architecture gives the students additional 
choices for training and challenging careers. Biochemistry 
was added as a teaching department in 1970. The relation- 
ship of the college of Agriculture to the Agricultural and 
Forestry Experiment Station and to the Cooperative Exten- 
sion Service permits the College of Agriculture to bring to 
the classroom a very broad base of expertise in all the 
technical areas of agriculture. 






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Opposite page: left: Butterflies — Ento- 
mology. Above right: Landscape Archi- 
tecture is one of the newer majors of- 
fered in the College of Agriculture. 
Below right: Dr. Charles Edward 
Lindley, Dean of the College, of Agri- 
culture. Left: Students in the school of 
Dairy Science learn through experience. 
Below left: The raising of flowers is just 
one phase of the Horticulture study. 
Below right: Adding a bit of feminity to 
the College of Agriculture are the new 
Home Economics courses. 





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Below: Students in Archaeology spend 
many hours uncovering ancient ruins. 
Right: Dr. Lyell Christian Behr, Dean of 
the College of Arts and Sciences. 








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Arts and Sciences 



The College of Arts and Sciences offers instruction in 
the broad fields of the sciences and mathematics, the so- 
cial sciences, and the 1 arts and humanities. Its degree pro- 
gram, whether the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of 
Science, is structured to insure that the student obtain not 
only a good foundation in some specific area of knowl- 
edge, but also that he acquire a broad liberal education 
which will enable him to better understand himself, his 
cultural and historical heritage, the world and universe in 
which he lives, and the complex relations that exist among 
men in society. Apart from its objective of providing the 
student with the means of gaining competence in his cho- 
sen major field, the College aspires to introduce him to 
various sets of principles and fundamental techniques of 
thinking and communication, and to stimulate his intellec- 
tual curiosity and powers for continued growth. 





Above left: A speciman of Zoology. Below left: A student in the field of 
Music listens uninterrupted to the music as he plays it. Below right: Phys- 
ical therapy is one of the most important majors offered in the College of 
Arts and Sciences. 



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Business and Industry 



Right: Students in the College of Busi- 
ness and Industry learn how to operate 
many types of business machines. 
Below right: Watts Ueltschey, President 
of the Business and Industry, Dean Rog- 
ers and Dean W. W. Littlejohn discuss 
plans for the new Business and Industry 
building. Below left: Dr. Gaines M. Rog- 
ers, Dean of the College of Business 
and Industry. Opposite page: Above: 
Dennis Kelly, a student in the College 
of Business and Industry, receives expe- 
rience in the business world by working 
in a bank in Starkville. Below: The 
McCool Building is the proposed new 
building to house the College of Busi- 
ness and Industry. 





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Professional education for business leadership and 
the related professions such as public accounting is es- 
sentially a development asosciated with this nation and 
with this century. The College of Business and Industry 
is one of the relatively early examples of this develop- 
ment, tracing its origin back to 1915, almost sixty years 
ago. Its traditional objectives include teaching (career 
preparation), research (adding to the knowledge neces- 
sary for the efficient operations of our economy) and 
business services (assisting business firms in solving 
their problems). The College of Business and Industry at 
Mississippi State University is organized precisely along 
these lines. 

The Division of Business and Economic Research in- 
cludes the Bureau of Business and Economic Research 
which publishes monthly the Mississippi Business Re- 
view in addition to other activities, such as conducting 
contract research projects. The Division of Business Ser- 
vices conducts numerous seminars, short courses and 
conferences to provide opportunities for management 
development for those already at work. Certain types of 
consulting and problem solving activities are also coor- 
dinated through this division. Cooperating with these 
two divisions is the Manpower Center which has as its 
objective the development of management and man- 
power resources through training and research. 

The major thrust of the College of Business and In- 
dustry lies in its academic program which is conducted 
through six departments. Each department teaches 
courses which contribute toward the professional de- 
grees offered. At present there are some 2,000 students 
working toward degrees. The Bachelor of Science de- 
gree in Business and Industry requires at least one 
course in each of these departments, and each depart- 
ment offers advanced courses leading to a concentra- 
tion or major. In addition, there is a major in General 
Business which spreads the advanced course require- 
ments over three departments instead of one. These 
"majors" provide the future administrator the tools nec- 
essary to seek his initial job, which will be somewhat 
specialized in nature. 




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Above: A field in the College of Education unknown to many people is Industrial Education. Below: Students learn new tecl 
niques in the field of Library Science. 



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Education 



The College of Education functions primarily to provide 
both pre-service and in-service programs for students who 
are interested in teaching in the elementary and secondary 
school, in serving as school administrators, in teaching 
physical education and coaching athletics, in serving as 
school counselors, and in serving as band and vocal music 
directors. In accomplishing this purpose it affords oppor- 
tunity for the student to gain broad learning in those basic 
areas of culture common to cultivated folk and in those 
areas peculiarly appropriate to the teaching profession. 
Through organized and informal interaction with children 
and young people it seeks to keep the effort at once prac- 
tical and stimulating. A desirable balance between an in- 
telligent understanding of the pupil and a knowledge of 
what to teach and how to teach is sought, to the end that 
our teachers may be technically competent and culturally 
mature. 

In addition to being accredited by the National Council 
for Accreditation of Teacher Education, the Southern As- 
sociation of Colleges and Schools, and the state accredit- 
ing agencies, the College of Education is a member of the 
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education 
and maintains standards which enable its graduates to sat- 
isfy the requirements of the Mississippi State Board of 
Education for obtaining professional teaching and admin- 
istrative certificates. 




Above left: Dr. Merrill M. Hawkins, Dean of College of Education. Below 
left: An important course taught to Elementary Education majors is Art for 
Children. Above right: Water purification is just one of the experiments 
taught in Health Education. 



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Engineering 



The College of Engineering is a professional engineering 
college providing both basic and advanced levels of in- 
struction in professional engineering, offering instruction 
in engineering technology at the baccalaureate level, per- 
forming basic and applied research of an engineering na- 
ture, and engaging in engineering extension and public 
service activities. To offer courses in these areas are twelve 
operating departments offering eleven engineering curric- 
ula and two curricula in engineering technology. Ad- 
vanced instruction is offered in eleven engineering areas 
at the master's level. 

Extensive facilities are available in the engineering field. 
Engineering activities are housed in ten buildings, valued 
at four million dollars and containing laboratory equip- 
ment valued at two and a half million dollars. The engi- 
neering faculty and staff consists of 120 professionals and 
a supporting staff of 90, of which seventy hold doctorates. 
Professional staff members have all had industrial experi- 
ence and professional practice. 





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Opposite page: Above: Surveying is one of the techniques taught to Engineering majors. Below: Engineering student, Mark Dortch, checks adjustments 
on equipment used in the Engineering department. Above left: Instructor )ustin Marquez explains to engineering students about the Orthographic Pro- 
jection. Above right: Dr. Harry Simrall, Dean of the College of Engineering. Below: Students in Electrical Engineering learn the composition and operation 
of many different types of machines. 



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Above left: Dr. Robert T. Clapp, Dean of the College of Forest Resources. 
Above right: Students in the Wildlife school of Forest Resources learn 
about the habitat and life of forest animals. Below left: Students in For- 
estry are instructed about different types of trees and plants. Opposite 
page: Above: Students are taught the skills of creeping up on wildlife to 
study their habits. Below: The College of Forest Resources also offers 
courses in the study of fish. 




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Forest Resources 



Americans are concerned with the deteriorating quality 
of the environment. We talk and write about it and seek 
improvement through political action. Many, especially 
young people, want to do something about it in a more di- 
rect way. One of the results has been a surge of enroll- 
ment in forestry schools. Enrollment in the School of For- 
est Resources at Mississippi State jumped more than 
twenty per cent in the fall of 1971. 

The School of Forest Resources offers professional edu- 
cation for several careers associated with environmental 
improvement. One which attracts a lot of interest is in 
Wildlife and Fisheries. Less well known, but equally chal- 
lenging, is a career in Wood Science and Technology. 
Wood is a renewable natural resource. It can be abundant 
forever, in contrast to minerals which some day may be 
used up. Making wood useful for thousands of different 
products as efficiently as possible and with a minimum of 
waste and pollution is the objective of this career. A range 
of careers is found in Forestry, which is the science, art 
and practice of managing and using for human benefit the 
natural resources which occur on and in association with 
forest lands. These resources include water, soil, minerals, 
wildlife, timber, grass, wildflowers and other plants, and 
scenery. Managing land for all or several of these values is 
a most intriguing challenge. 







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Graduate School 



The decade of the 60's was a period of rapid growth of 
the graduate and research programs at Mississippi State 
University. There has been a six-fold increase in the num- 
ber of graduate students, from 250 in 1961 to nearly 1,500 
today. Then, doctorates were offered in only 16 fields, 
while now the doctorate is offered in 32 specialties, cov- 
ering all areas of the University. In support, the Master's 
degree is offered in all but two of the University's 63 de- 
partments, and the Educational Specialist Certificate is 
available in 10 areas of professional education. 

Similarly, research activity has shown dynamic growth, 
with a total expenditure for research and graduate training 
this last fiscal year of 11.5 million dollars for all elements of 
the University. Nearly one of every three graduate stu- 
dents was supported by research and teaching assistant- 
ships. 

We are entering a new decade, one where the outlook 
is bright, and one where, in keeping with the interests of 
the nation, additional emphasis will be placed on environ- 
mental and ecological studies. It is, and will be a period of 
strengthening programs, and of reassessing them to ensure 
that the University's overall graduate program fully meets 
the needs of the students, the state, and the nation. 





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Opposite page: above right: Dr. ). Chester McKee, 
Dean of Graduate School. Below right: Zoology of- 
fers the graduate student the chance to study the an- 
imals in more details. Above left: Studies with laser 
beams are involved in the graduate program. Below 
left: Lecturing is a big part of the graduate student's 
load. 



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Cooperative 
Education 



Through constantly expanding existing programs to en- 
compass all discipline offered on campus, the Mississippi 
State University Cooperative Education program has been 
steadily progressing to meet the needs of the students. 
This program is a five year curriculum which combines 
classroom study with related work experience in business, 
education, industry and government. Students rotate se- 
mesters at school and at work to obtain four years of aca- 
demic study with two years of work experience in this five 
year span. Upon graduation these students are proficient, 
productive, and potential employees. Therefore, he has 
greater job opportunities than a new graduate without 
working experience. 

The advantages for both the student and employer are 
numerous through the preparation of the Co-op program. 
The student is able to put in actual working practice the 
principles he has learned. He is better able to choose a 
specific area of study from his varied experiences. He 
learns how to work with others. Through their training the 
students are regarded as an investment rather than a pur- 
chase to the employer which means greater job opportu- 
nities available. But most important of all, the Co-op pro- 
gram instills determination with purpose in order to help 
the student help himself so that he may help others. 





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Opposite page: above: Coordinator Mr. lames 
Tennyson. Below: Co-op students participate 
in transportation of goods throughout the 
United States. Left: The inevitable interview 
precedes the Co-op student's assignment. 
Below left: C. W. Sloan, a Co-op student, 
spent a semester recently working with Kerr 
McGee Chemical Corporation at Hamilton, 
Mississippi. 



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Allen Hall 



An imposing three million dollar building known as 
Allen Hall is to be completed and occupied in the summer 
of 1972. This facility is a milestone in the history of the 
University. The facility will not only be the largest academ- 
ic and administrative building on campus but will no 
doubt prove to be the focal point and the center of the 
campus in the years ahead. 

Classrooms provide for teaching over 1700 students at 
one time, utilizing such special facilities as a television 
studio, computer laboratories, and learning laboratories. 

Office space is provided for approximately 400 members 
of the staff and faculty. This will include among others the 
President, Vice President, Vice President of Academic Af- 
fairs, Vice President for Business Affairs, Vice President for 
Research and Dean of the Graduate School, Dean of the 
College of Arts and Sciences and Dean of the College of 
Education. 

The building is named in honor of Mr. H. E. Allen (de- 
ceased) who's estate provided a portion of the funds for 
the building. 





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Union Director 



Finding Gaddis Hunt, the Director of the Uni- 
versity Union, is like finding the proverbial needle 
in the haystack due to the diversity of his job. His 
day may start at 7:00 AM when he helps the Rev- 
eille set up for class pictures or when he is notified 
that the ping pong players' tables have been 
moved and they're up in arms about it. These, 
however, are only two of hundreds of daily prob- 
lems he has to face. The entire Union, its activities, 
its personnel, and its problems fall under his juris- 
diction. As if this isn't enough to keep him work- 
ing 24 hours a day, he must also advise both the SA 
Social Committee in selecting and presenting the 
concert series and the Lectern Committee in se- 
curing its speakers. Added to this is the responsi- 
bility of coordinating the Miss MSU Pageant 
which in itself is a major undertaking. 

Within the Union proper, Mr. Hunt works with 
Union committees in encouraging various interest 
groups to become involved with the Union pro- 
grams. The results of these committees may be 
seen in the drawing, photography, and floral ar- 
rangement classes that are now being conducted. 

The Reveille feels that Mr. Hunt's efforts often 
go unnoticed and we hope that by giving him this 
small amount of recognition his associates and es- 
pecially the students of MSU will appreciate the 
man whose duties enable them to enjoy more 
fully life at Mississippi State University. 



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Mitzi Anthony 



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Lynda Sue Fairley 



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Clare Strain 



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Jane Brown 



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Homecoming 1971 



Disregarding the season's record, State fans again put 
their all into preparing for Homecoming 1971. The chief 
questions on their minds this year, however, did not con- 
cern the number of alums or beers they would see (al- 
though both were terribly important), but concerned the 
opponent for the day. "What is Lamar University? Where 
is it? Are they any good? What are our chances of 
winning?" 

With clanking cowbells, the winning K.A. house display, 
and the traditional parade, the Bulldogs were ready for the 
Cardinals. The final score proved this with State winning 
24-7. Miss Susie Hollinger was crowned Homecoming 
Queen before the game and presented with the members 
of her court. Following the victory, eager State fans retreat- 
ed to their dorms to prepare for another Homecoming tra- 
dition . . . the Homecoming parties. 




Susie Hollinger enters the stadium before the game. 




The queen and her court: Sophomore maid, Donna Chapman; Senior Maid, Lynda Sue Fairley; Queen, Susie Hollinger; Junior Maid, Sydney Tuckei 
Freshman Maid, Mitzi Anthony. 



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light: Loyal Bulldog fans return for another homecoming. Right middle: 
)ogs get the last minute instruction before romping Lamar Tech 24-7. 
'ottom: The tremendous Maroon Band performs another of their intri- 
ate and impressive routines. Below: As always the KA's win 1st place in 
ie homecoming decorations contest. 



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Mr. and Miss MSU 



Phil Abernethy and Susie Hollinger have the distinction 
of being this year's Mr. and Miss MSU. 

Phil is currently serving as President of the Student As- 
sociation. In the past he has served as Director of Student 
Activities, Vice-President of Elder Statesman, President of 
the Interfraternity Council and President of Phi Gamma 
Delta. Phil, chosen to be a member of the Order of the 
Red Ribbon, is also listed in Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities. Majoring in Industrial Engineering, 
Phil will graduate in May. 

No stranger to Bulldog fans is this year's Miss MSU. 
Susie has been both a freshman and varsity cheerleader. 
Majoring in music education, Susie displayed her talents 
well enough to be chosen first alternate in the Miss MSU 
Pageant. Named Homecoming Queen for 1971, Susie is a 
member of Sigma Alpha lota, Alpha Lambda Delta, Cardi- 
nal Key and Phi Mu Sorority. 





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Above: Susan Turner 
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The top five: Jennifer Blair, Susie Hollinger, Ellene Moore, Peggy Peace and Lillian Wade pause for a quiet moment before learning the final results. 





Peggy Peace presents the talent that helped her rank in the top five. 



Miss America of 1971 Phyllis George delights the audience with re- 
flections of the more humorous moments of her reign. 



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Swimsuits is one of the three phases these ten semifinalists participate in on the final night of the Miss Mississippi State Pageant. 



nifer Blair sings her way to the title of Miss Mississippi State and then 
to Atlantic City as Miss Mississippi. 




Miss Mississippi 
State Pageant 



Jennifer Blair impressed the judges in all three catego- 
ries to be chosen Miss Mississippi State last spring. A sen- 
ior from Tupelo, Jennifer went on to capture the Miss Mis- 
sissippi crown. In Atlantic City Jennifer, a charter member 
of Kappa Delta sorority, represented her school and state 
in an excellent manner. 



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Best Dressed Co-Ed 



Each spring the Union Social Committee sponsors the 
Mississippi State University Best Dressed Co-Ed Contest. 
The contest is open to any MSU co-ed, and various groups 
sponsor entries or the girls enter independently. The con- 
testants compete for the honor by modeling a formal, 
dressy, and casual outfit of their choice. The winner's pic- 
ture is then sent to Clamour magazine who chooses ten 
best dressed co-eds from the entire nation. Last year's win- 
ner was Gee Gee Patridge, and runners-up were Ellene 
Moore and Clare Strain. 




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Darla Mengel — Miss May 




Ellene Moore — Miss November 




Barbara Dent — Miss September 





Donna Chapman — Miss Janu 




Julia Sparks — Miss February 



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Cassie Earhart — Miss March 



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Becky Snowden — Miss April 




Mary Tipton — Miss October 





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start of a 54 yard touchdown against Georgia. Bottom: Baker throws for on 
of State's receivers behind the blocking of Grubbs against Vanderbilt. 





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OFFENSE ... is to do 



elow: Chealander puts one in the air against Tennessee. Bottom left: 
trahan puts a move on a Rebel with some help from Buckley. Bottom 
ght: Buckley returns a kickoff against Georgia. 




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Opposite page, top: Bruce puts the stop on a Coergia back as the rest of the 
dogs move in. Bottom right: Mr. Lyons of LSU meets the Bulldog defense. Bot- 
tom left: Nelson and Company put the hit on an Ole Miss ball carrier. Left: 
McAlpin hurries an Oklahoma State passer. Below: Conrad goes over a Tenn. 
player to make the tackle. Bottom: Grubbs and Company end punt return 
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Above: Varsity cheerleaders are first row: Sydney Tucker, 
Debbie Coleman, Clare Strain, Susie Hollinger, Patti 
Bertucci. Second row: Mike Jackson, Arville Slaughter, 
Ralph Arnold, Doug Mauldin, Kerry Kimbrough. 



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"Well, as most State fans say, 'Wait till next Year.' But 
why can't the coaching staff give us our next year now?" 

"Our offense doesn't throw to the open people because 
of some misguided idea that we can run the ball." 

". . . it is highly recommended that the football program 
be eliminated entirely and a strong emphasis be placed on 
developing a swimming program of the highest caliber. 
The cornerstone of this program should be laid by convert- 
ing what is currently known as Scott Field into the world's 
largest swimming pool by enclosing both ends of the stadi- 
um and plugging the various entrances and exits. With this 
facility as the focal point of the program, the Maroon and 
White should swim to unparalleled athletic achievements." 

"Turn MacArthur Hall into a freshman girls dorm and 
ship the athletes over to the freshman boys dorm where 
they won't get babied. Learning how to live instead of 
being told may improve their character." 

"Fire Shira and the rest of that coaching staff and maybe 
we will have a decent football program." 

Excuses, complaints, and suggestions of this nature were 
about the focal point of this year's 1971 football season. 
With a 6-5 record the previous year, expectations and sup- 
port were at their zenith preceeding the 1971 season, but 
the Bulldogs of Coach Charles Shira failed in their deter- 
mined attempt to achieve football recognition as they 
slipped to a dismal 2-9 campaign record and a 1-7 confer- 
ence worksheet. Bright moments in the season were few. A 
stunning victory over the )ohn Reaves led Florida Gators in 
the second contest of the season served as an impetus for 
optimism, but embarrassing losses to Vanderbilt (48-19), 
Georgia (48-7) and arch-rival Ole Miss (49-0) only served as 
a foundation for sarcasm, protest, and cries of cleaning 
house. 

Even out of defeat, some individual players emerged as 
outstanding performers. Jerry Conrad, a defensive tackle 
from Paraons, Tennessee, was honored by being selected 
to the conference's Honorable Mention squad, being nom- 
inated for the Kodak All-American Team, and by virtue of 
his performance against Florida, was selected as the Defen- 
sive Player of the Week in the conference. To terminate his 
brilliant season at State, Conrad was selected for the Blue- 
Grey Classic and was named as the recipient of the Reflec- 
tor Player of the Year Award. 

Hal Chealander, a junior college transfer from California, 
even though he saw action in only nine games, ended the 
year as the number three passer in the Southeastern Con- 
ference, outstanding in the fact that he trailed on Florida's 
John Reaves who broke the national passing record during 
the season and Pat Sullivan who was named the winner of 
the coveted Heisman Trophy. Lanny Sheffield, a sopho- 
more punter, terminated the year as one of the top kickers 
in the conference. 

Frank Dowsing, defensive back for the Bulldogs, was the 
most honored Bulldog as the Tupelo junior claimed a berth 
on the all conference team and an Honorable Mention po- 
sition on the All-American Team. 

In the initial game of the season, the Bulldogs traveled to 
Stillwater, Oklahoma, to encounter Big 8 Conference Okla- 
homa State. The Cowboys, victims to the Bulldogs a year 
before got their revenge as they rolled up 26 points on a 
State defense that was supposed to be rock solid. State was 
hampered throughout the game by its inability to move the 
football, something that was to plague them all season. 

The ensuing week, the explosive Florida Gators jour- 
neyed into Memorial Stadium in Jackson to try and hand 
State its first conference loss of the season, but the Ma- 
roons weren't apt to concede so easily. A beautiful 21 yard 



touchdown run by sophomore Wayne Jones and two field 
goals by Glen Ellis gave the Dogs a 13-10 victory. Probably 
the most decisive factor in this game was the invulnerable 
Bulldog defense that repeatedly halted numerous Gator 
scoring attempts. 

Disaster struck again the following week as the Bulldogs 
were mauled by a Vanderbilt team that was predicted by 
many seers to be the sister of the Southeastern Conference. 
However, the Commodores, executing their Wishbone of- 
fense to near perfection, amassed 49 points against the 
helpless Bulldogs. The State crew had made a contest of it 
in the early moments of the second half. Trailing 21-0 the 
Bullies went on a scoring spree that netted 19 quick points. 
However, a Ken Phares fumble of a Vandy punt served as a 
boost to the Commodores as they expediently rolled up 28 
more points and held the home team scoreless. 

The Starkville unit was handed its second conference 
loss the following week when the powerful Georgia Bull- 
dogs drubbed them 38-7 in Athens. The Maroons were 
held scoreless until the fading moments of the final stanza 
when Wayne Jones blitzed the Cracker defense for a 43 
yard touchdown run. 

Florida State, led by national passing leader Gary Huff, 
extended the Bulldogs' losing streak to three games the fol- 
lowing weekend with a 27-9 victory. The Bullies failed on 
many scoring opportunities and gradually the Seminoles 
pulled away. Glen Ellis accounted for three of the Maroon 
points as the Biloxi junior was true on a 40 yard field goal 
attempt. Wayne Jones netted the Bulldogs' other points 
when he rammed the center of the Seminole line from five 
yards out to end State's scoring. 

Playing before a sparse Homecoming crowd of only 
18,000 (an indicator of MSU support), the Bulldogs took 
their second and last victory of the season, this time over 
tiny Lamar University by a count of 24-7. A 90 yard touch- 
down punt return by Ken Phares and a 50 yard touchdown 
pass from Hal Chealander to Tommy Strahan was all State 
needed to sew up the victory. 

"A comedy of errors?" Well, Larry Guest, you had better 
start looking up the definition of that term because on Oc- 
tober 10 the Bulldogs played probably their finest game of 
the season. More impressive was the fact that the oppo- 
nent was mighty Tennessee. Three missed field goals by 
State all but killed their chances of pulling off the year's 
biggest upset. This, on top of poor officiating and a mag- 
nificent return of a interception for a touchdown by the 
Vols' Jackie Walker, all but sealed the Bulldogs' fate. State 
had some exciting moments herself as defensive back 
Frank Dowsing returned a Bobby Majors' punt for a 54 yard 
touchdown. 

Some of the gut and spirit of the Tennessee game must 
have been saved over into the next week as the upset- 
minded Bulldogs held the mighty Alabama Crimson Tide to 
a meager 17 points until the final quarter when the Tide 
ripped off 22 points to take a 49-10 victory over State. An 89 
yard punt return for a touchdown by Dowsing and a 40 
yard field goal by Ellis kept the Bullies in the contest until 
that fateful last stanza. Credit must be rendered to the State 
defense that held the Tide in check for those three quar- 
ters. Johnny Musso, Alabama's premier running back was 
held to 69 yards rushing, his lowest in three years at Bama. 

LSU provided State with her next opponent, but the Bull- 
dogs after such a long season were out of gas. The Tigers, 
led by the passing and running of quarterback Paul Lyons, 
took measure of the State unit 28-3. 

Ole Miss 49 — State 0. 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 



The transition from high school football to SEC competi- 
tion is a grave test for any group of boys. The 1971 Bullpups, 
however, made the switch in fine style posting a 4-1 record, 
losing only to the LSU yearling club by one touchdown. Wins 
over Memphis State, Auburn, Tulane, and a 48-9 thrashing of 
Ole Miss can serve to raise the optimism of the most down- 
trodden Bulldog follower. 

The purpose of Freshman football is to prepare individuals 
for their team role on the varsity squad. Some boys that MSU 
can expect to hear from in the future are Rocky Felker and 
Melvin Barkum at quarterback; Stan Murray at running back; 
Sandy Braswell and Chris Michael at ends; Leroy Gregg and 
Cliff Inman on the offensive line; Graham Hopkins on the 
defensive line; and Steve Freeman at defensive back. 




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BASKETBALL 



Again lacking overall size and depth, the 1971-72 Miss. State basket- 
ball team fought hard to achieve a winning record through the first 
nineteen games of a 26-game schedule. 

The Maroons, who were led by last year's SEC-Coach-of-the-year, 
Kermit Davis, started the season off fast and then went into a mid-sea- 
son slump. The hustling Dogs won their first eight out of ten games but 
then lost seven out of their next nine encounters. 

Beginning the season with only two starters back from last year's team 
that posted a 15-10 record, Jack Bouldin, and Malcolm Wesson, the 
Bullies opened the '71 -'72 campaign with a home court victory over 
South Alabama. Led by All-SEC guard Bouldin and Terry Kusnierz's re- 
bounding ability, the Dogs edged the Jaguars 71-66. 

The Bulldogs then hit the road for five games. The trip started at Sew- 
anee with the Dogs taking an easy 69-48 win over the University of the 
South. The Maroons recorded their third victory over North Carolina at 
Charlotte 87-68. State then entered the University of Alabama classic at 
Tuscaloosa. The Dogs picked up their fourth and fifth consecutive vic- 
tory as the Bullies whipped Southern Mississippi 77-73 in what was 
probably State's worst showing. The next night MSU defeated South 
Florida 90-77. 




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With a perfect 5-0 record State transferred to Auburn to open SEC 
warfare against the always tough Tigers. The Dogs opened the game 
as if they were going to blow the Tigers out of the gym. But the State 
offense and defense faltered and the Bullies blew an 18 point first 
half lead. The Tigers took the SEC battle 85-75, with Jeff Watkins scor- 
ing 27 points for MSU. 

With the taste of defeat, the Bulldogs traveled North to participate 
in the Marshall Christmas Tournament. The Dogs drew Marshall, 
rated number 13 in the nation, the opening night and the Bullies 
were soundly beaten 95-69. The following night the Dogs beat Rhode 
Island 86-72 for third place. 

Still encouraged the Dogs returned home to host Vanderbilt and 
Arkansas. The combined efforts of Taki Koroneos and Kusnierz pro- 
duced State their first SEC win 76-69. Koroneos, the 6'1 sophomore 
guard from Athens, Greece, had his best game hitting for 33 points. 
Kusnierz, sophomore forward from Chicago and an Air Force Veter- 
an, pulled down 23 rebounds. This was a high for a State player, but 
he broke this the following game against Arkansas as he hauled in 24 
caroms. The Dogs edged the Razorbacks 79-75. Bouldin was the high 
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Sporting an impressive 8-2 record the Bulldogs left for 
the always tough two game road trip to Lexington and 
Knoxville. The Vols handed State their third loss of the sea- 
son with an 82-49 thrashing of the cold-shooting Dogs. 
Two nights later, the Maroons were beaten 104-76 by Ken- 
tucky. The defending SEC champs' victory dropped the 
Dogs record to 8-4. 

State returned home to the Doghouse to play arch-rival 
Ole Miss in the SEC TV-game-of-the-week. After leading 
throughout most of the game, the Dogs blew a 10 point 
lead with about five minutes left in the game and the Reb- 
els came out on top 68-66. 

After breaking for exams, the Bulldogs hosted the Flori- 
da Gators and the Georgia Bulldogs. Still in contention for 
the SEC championship the Bullies edged the Gators 69-68 
in a thriller that ended in happiness for the Bulldogs. Two 
nights later the Bulldogs came from a 12 point halftime 
deficit to nip Georgia 62-58 in overtime. The win in- 
creased State's record to 10-5 and 3-4 in SEC warfare. 

The Bulldogs then traveled to Tuscaloosa to play the 
Crimson Tide, the surprise team of the SEC. After jumping 
out to a quick 12-0 lead the Tide had to fight off a late 
surge by the Maroons to win the contest 77-71. The Dogs 
then headed to Baton Rouge to play the LSU Tigers. 
Tommy Hess of the Tigers hit a last second field goal to 
give the Tigers a 62-60 win over the Bulldogs. The loss 
dropped State's record to 10-7 and 3-6 and killed any 
dreams that State might have of finishing at the top of the 
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The Maroons returned home from the weary two-game 
road trip to have to host the two top SEC teams, Kentucky 
and Tennessee. Deadly shooting by the Vols and costly 
floor mistakes by State produced a 71-61 victory for Ten- 
nessee. Kusnierz had a career high of 30 points and also 
pulled in 16 rebounds. Two nights later the Bulldogs host- 
ed the Kentucky Wildcats and Adolf Rupp, the winningest 
coach in the nation. The Dogs stayed in contention 
throughout the entire first half, but terrible foul shooting 
by the Bullies (5-16) doomed the upset-minded Bulldogs. 
Kentucky won the contest 63-55. 

Through the first seventeen ballgames, Jeff Watkins and 
Jack Bouldin were the leading scorers with a 14.5 average. 
Terry Kusnierz was the only other Bulldog in double fig- 
ures, averaging 11.2 per game. He also was the leading re- 
bounder with a 13.0 point average. Watkins was the lead- 
ing field goal shooter and free throw marksman. He shot 
57.4 percent from the floor and 78.7 percent from the free 
throw line. 

Coach Davis was assisted this year by coaches Larry 
McKenzie and Jack Berkshire and newcomer Bailey How- 
ell, retired pro of the Boston Celtics. Davis will have three 
returning starters in Koroneos, Kusnierz, and Wesson. 
Other returners are Mike Vosburgh, Bob Bruss, Paul 
Hogue, Mike Martin, Bill Singletary, Bob Shapiro and 
David Sitton. The State freshman team had an exceptional 
season and will be on hand next year to battle for a start- 
ing position. With all this in mind, Bulldog fans can only 
say, "Wait until next year." Coach Davis and his staff 
should be commended for getting State back on the road 
towards the ultimate goal of winning the SEC. 





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STATE CAPTURES 
SEC CROWN 



The 1971 State baseball team was viewed by many to be the best 
ever fielded in MSU diamond history. The Bulldog nine terminated 
the season by playing in the College World Series in Omaha, Ne- 
braska. This was the first time any State baseball team had ever 
participated in this elite contest. Previously, the Bulldogs had 
claimed their second consecutive Southeastern Conference cham- 
pionship and their first NCAA District III crown. For the year, the 
team won 32 games (matching an all time high) and lost only 10. 

By virtue of the excellent playing of his team, Coach Paul Grego- 
ry was honored as the SEC Coach-of-the-Year, the second straight 
year Gregory has been tabbed with this honor. The Bulldogs also 
placed five members on the All-SEC team, six on the All-SEC West- 
ern Division team, and one on the All-American first unit. Mike 
Proffitt (pitcher), Jerry Thompson (pitcher), Phil Still (third base- 
man), Bobby Croswell (shortstop), and Ted Milton (left fielder) 
were the State representatives on the All-SEC honor list. These 
same five players, along with catcher Bruce Irvin were named to 
the All-SEC Western Division team. Still, a senior hitting sensation 
from Decatur, Georgia, received the distinction of being selected 
to the NCAA Ail-American squad. 



Right: Henderson hurls toward homeplate to win a no-hitter. Below: Bruce Irvin 
called safe at second. 





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OF THE COLLEGE WORLD SS 





Above, first row: Mickey D'Armi, Butch Holmes, Jim Eichmeirer, David Voss, 
Gene Henderson, Dave Phares. Second row: Coach Frank Portera, Donny Davis, 
Bobby Croswell, Dale Holland, Mike Proffitt, Dwight Reinstetle, Bruce Irvin, 
Kenny Hudson, Phil Still. Top row: Andy VanLandingham, Coach Paul Gregory, 
Rick Spica, Lamar Pritchard, Ted Milton, Ronnie Brown, )oe Owen, Jerry Thomp- 
son, Leroy Mullins, Tom D'Armi, and Mike Collins. Right: Coach Tom D'Armi 
pulls Dave Phares into third. 



In non-conference action, the Bulldogs rolled to fifteen vic- 
tories in seventeen games. The only team able to muster wins 
against the "Maroon Machine" were Clemson, who won two 
games over State (6-4 and 10-8), and Loyola, who drubbed the 
Dogs 5-2. 

State initiated conference play on a disheartening note when 
they journeyed to LSU and dropped three straight games to the 
Tigers. The ensuing weekend, the Bulldogs rebounded into the 
conference race by taking three games from the same LSU team. 
Four victories against Alabama moved State into first place in 
the conference race, leaving only a six game set with Ole Miss 
between the Bulldogs and their second Straight SEC crown. The 
Starkvillians mutilated the hapless Confederates. This, coupled 
with Aiabama defeating LSU in both games of a doubleheader, 
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Coach Gregory and Company now trav- 
eled to the NCAA District III playoffs in Gas- 
tonia, North Carolina. The preceding season, 
State, minus four of her stellar performers, 
who were declared ineligible by a NCAA 
rule, finished second in the tournament be- 
hind Florida State. This year behind the out- 
standing pitching of Thompson and Proffitt, 
and the hitting and fielding of second base- 
man Dale Holland, the Bulldogs won all the 
marbles by defeating Maryland, Miami, and 
Georgia Tech. 

The 1971 campaign terminated a couple of 
weeks later when State ventured to Omaha 
and the College World Series. Even though 
their pitching was outstanding, a failure to 
produce runs eventually led to the Dogs 
being eliminated by Tulsa and Brigham 
Young. Thus State's most productive season 
ended, but prospects for the 1972 season are 
bright with the addition of some promising 
freshmen and a couple of junior college 
transfers. One thing that will serve as an in- 
centive to the '72 diamonders is the fact that 
no SEC team has ever won three consecutive 
conference titles, but the Bulldogs now have 
a shot at this record. 





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'pposite page, top: Phil Still connects for a single. Bottom: Dave Phares 
ides into second. Below: Proffitt hits for a triple. Dale Holland makes it 
fely to first base. 





Above: Ted Milton is welcomed at home plate after hitting a home run. 
Right: Coach Paul Gregory contemplates the Dogs' next move. Opposite 
page, top left: Phil Still makes it safely to first. Bobby Croswell hits for anoth- 
er run. "Yarddog" Milton at bat, at bottom. 



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TRACK 



The 1972 Mississippi State track team fin- 
shed another successful season. Although 
not performing in any dual meets during the 
reason, there were several highlights. Dale 
Gibson won the 440-Yard Dash in the Indoor 
southeastern Conference Championship and 
Dlaced third in the U.S. Track and Field Fede- 
ation Meet. Other members of the team in- 
cluded Jim Dunning, Bryan Batson, Ed Lag 
nan, Bob DuBose, and Frank Dowsing. 




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seven tournaments and hosted the Mis- 
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7 


Oklahoma State 


State 


1 5 


Florida 


State 


19 


Vanderbilt 


State 


7 


Georgia 


State 


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Florida State 


State 


24 


Lamar Univ. 


State 


7 


Tennessee 


State 


I0 


Alabama 


State 


21 


Auburn 


State 


3 


L.S.U. 


State 





Ole Miss 



26 
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4') 
35 
11 
7 
10 
41 
50 
28 
48 



SOCCER '71 



State 


5 


Santos of N.O. 


State 


3 


Ole Miss 


State 


3 


Alabama 


State 


6 


Miss. Southern 


State 


7 


Ole Miss 


State 


9 


Ole Miss 


State 


5 


Alabama 


State 


10 


Mobile Cougars 


State 


5 


Mobile Cougars 





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State 20 Memphis State Frosh 

State 14 L.S.U. Frosh 

State 28 Auburn Frosh 

State 28 Tulane Frosh 

State 48 Ole Miss Frosh 



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21 
25 
27 
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TENNIS '71 



State Opposition 





Florida St. 
Cape Coral, Fla. Inv. 2nd 


8 


8 


Austin Peavy 


1 


4 


Memphis St. 


5 


4 


Alabama 


5 


4 


Tennessee 


5 


6 


Nicholls St. 





8 


South. Miss. 
Big Gold Invt. 2nd 


l 


5 


Michigan St. 


4 


5 


Murray St. 


4 


6 


Missouri 


3 





Georgia 


9 


3 


LSU 


3 


4 


Tulane 


5 


6 


Illinois St. 


3 


7 


Kentucky 


2 


7 


Memphis St. 


2 


5 


South. III. 


4 


3 


Presbyterian 


6 


5 


Tulane 
Miss. Intercollegiate 1st 


4 


5 


Alabama 


4 


9 


Ole Miss 





4 


Tenn. Tech 
Southeastern Conference 3rd 


5 




GOLF '71 



Univ. W. Fla. 
South Miss. 
Miss. State 
South. Jr.-Sr. 
Miss. Intercoll. 
Holiday Inn Dixie 
SEC Conf. 



5th 
6th 
3rd 
5th 
3rd 
6th 
9th 




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BASKETBALL 



State 


Opposition 


71 


South Ala. 


66 


69 


Sewanee 


48 


87 


N.C. at Charl. 


68 


77 


South. Miss. 


75 


90 


S. Florida 


77 


75 


Auburn 


85 


69 


Marshall Univ. 


95 


86 


Rhode Island 


72 


76 


Vanderbilt 


69 


78 


Arkansas 


75 


49 


Tennessee 


82 


76 


Kentucky 


104 


66 


Ole Miss 


68 


69 


Florida 


68 


62 


Georgia 


58 


71 


Alabama 


77 


60 


LSU 


62 


71 


Tennessee 


61 


55 


Kentucky 


65 



BASEBALL '71 



State 

7 

6 
It) 

6 

4 

2 

8 

7 

2 
II 

5 

5 

8 

2 



1 

1 

2 

7 
11 

6 

9 

5 

5 

6 

8 

6 

7 

9 

3 
15 

7 

5 

7 

4 

9 

5 
3 

2 
7 
8 
5 

2 
2 



St. 

III. 
III. 



Opposition 

Iowa State 5 

Iowa State 5 

Memphis State 

Memphis State 2 

Clemson 6 

Clemson 1 

Clemson 10 

St. Olaf 

Olaf 1 

Wesleyan 

Wesleyan 

LSUNO 

LSUNO 

Loyola 5 

LSU 2 

LSU 2 

LSU 9 

LSU 1 

LSU 4 

LSU 2 

Alabama 4 

Alabama 6 

Alabama 6 

Ark. State 4 

Ark. State 4 

Alabama 7 

Alabama 2 

Alabama 8 

South. Miss. 

South. Miss. 6 

Ole Miss 12 

Ole Miss 5 

Ole Miss 2 

Ole Miss 6 

Ole Miss 2 

Ole miss 7 
SEC PLAYOFFS 

Vanderbilt 1 

Vanderbilt 1 
NCAA DISTRICT III 

Maryland 1 

Miami 3 

Ga. Tech 20 

Ga. Tech 2 
College WORLD SERIES 

Tulsa 5 

Brig. Young 3 




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The door is open; the Greek World welcomes you. 

Look closely at the path that lies before you. The sce- 
nery will be appealing; impressive homes, elaborate 
rooms, trophies, and tales of brotherhood, will line your 
way. Do not linger, however; you must hasten toward your 
destiny. Rush is what it's all about. 

The day of decision has arrived. What is it? What do you 
want? Outsiders cry "down with frats" and point at them 
as symbols of The Establishment; but why? — you wonder, 
What can those Greeks do or represent that evokes the 
outsiders to wrath? Is it the house, the idea of a formal col- 
lection of compatible individuals, the "selection" of those 
friends? 

What's wrong with that anyway? Don't outsiders "pick" 
the people that they associate with although they don't 
actually vote on them? Does a frat house make the occu- 
pants something to fear or hate? Of course it doesn't. You 



then think that maybe it has something to do with the in- 
tellectual atmosphere of fraternities. They've been called 
intellectual morgues. Maybe it's true. You would ask a guy 
in the dorm about it, but all he wants to talk about is how 
drunk he's gonna get this Saturday, who his roommate 
dates and what sorority she's in, who's got the neatest new 
shoes, and what party he's gonna crash Saturday night. 
These things are all interesting, naturally, but that wasn't 
what you needed to know. 

Then you think that perhaps the flaw in fraternities is 
the hazing of pledges; that all that jazz about brotherhood 
is a coverup for slavery. Where's the line drawn between 
"pledge project" and hazing? Maybe some of the organi- 
zations on campus could tell the frats how to draw it; 
some honoraries do. You think there might be less hazing 
in some of the frats than in some clubs. It could very well 
be. 






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The bit about traditionalism then comes to mind. Those frats 
are archaic. They haven't changed since the day they were 
founded. Why, they can't even take girls to their rooms in their 
f rat house. They might as well live in a dorm. Those frats are 
anti-progress. And the family ties are terrible. The only reason 
some guys join a frat is because their old man did, even though 
his was not the same one. They're all alike anyway; even the 
houses. 

Finally, you think that frats might be bad because they domi- 
nate campus politics. Someone said the Greeks physically 
threaten independents who run for offices because it's hard 
enough for Greeks to beat other Greeks without anyone else 
getting in the way. Greeks must be just like the KKK. 

You now put together all that you've considered. If you join a 
frat, you'll have to be with people who in some cases unani- 
mously voted to let you in, you'll have to associate with broth- 
ers who are campus leaders and who consistently exceed the All 
Men's Average, you'll have to associate with alcoholics and so- 
cialites, you might have to live in one of of the big frat houses, 
and worst of all you might even have to clean it up while you're 
pledging. Then again, maybe that's what you want. 

You decide. 




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President , . Rufus Brown 

Vice-President David Welch 

Secretary Joe Anglin 

Treasurer C. B. Hales, )r. 

Corresponding Secretary David Prichard 

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1. )ames Chism 

2. Harold Pettigrew 

3. Davey Prichard 

4. Jim Norwood 

5. C. B. Hales 

6. Jim Stephens 

7. Danny Funderburk 

8. Mike Havard 

9. Tommy Gregory 

10. Phil Marion 

11. George Williams 

12. John Crabtree 

13. David Welch 

14. Mark Demeraville 

15. James Howard 

16. Mike Richmond 

17. Joe Anglin 

18. Joe Donnaway 

19. Fred Stuart 

20. T. J. Trapp 

21. Rufus Brown 
Not Pictured 
Gerg Smith 
Fred Stuart 



TRIANGLE 



Triangle . . . What's it all about . . . the 
red, white, and blue coffin wins anoth- 
er heat . . . are the networks grades out 
yet . . . I'm not going to show for that 
game . . . plenty equations ... of 
course, you can't have a party without 
hotdogs . . . where's Oxford )r. Col- 
lege . . . Davey never walks any- 
where . . . hayrides . . . and you should 
have gone to "Old Town" Chicago . 
Triangle 9 Kappa Sig 7 . . . have you 
ever built a sliderule . . . that's the 
grossest float . . . it's a history of the 
ups and downs ... a geodestic dome 
isn't something to eat . . . those object- 
ing will be taken care of later . . . yoi 
can't go to class without a button . . 
be you, not cool ... is that what it's al 
about . . . 




Those who at some time made the decision to "Go Creek" 
made a monumental one. Brotherhood is a beautiful dream 
and for many Greeks it is a reality. The acceptance that one 
feels in a fraternity can at times be overpowering. The ritual 
and the "mystics" and all the paraphenalia that accompany 
them are characteristically Greek. Characteristically Greek 
also are weekly chapter meetings, fines for absences from of- 
ficial functions, the parties, the crests, the tags, and the hous- 
es. What do these things mean to a Greek? 

Sometimes they mean embarrassment when a "brother" 
says something gross at a luncheon meeting. They might 
mean getting your soap brotherhooded two seconds after 
purchase; or possibly they mean 2 A.M. bid sessions or four 
hour business meetings. They also mean good times, charita- 
ble times, and loving times. They mean asking a brother to 
leave because you must study, although the bull session 
would be much more enjoyable. They also mean expenses, 
accusations of snobbery, campus politics, and time. 

What does all this mean to a non-Greek? 

Don't knock it 'til you've tried it! 

Please close the door on your way out. 




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HONORARIES 



Who's Who 
In American 
Colleges and 
Universities 




Susan James 





William Oakley 
Mary Craft 






Jim Teaford 



Dana Handy 




David Donald 




Jerry Grace 



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Jim Holzauer 




Martha Malouf 
Steve Brandon 





Alan Morgan 





Paul Summers 




Clare Strain 



189 




Karen Gordon 




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Tommy Saterfiel 




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Debby Coleman 
Hoyt Wilder 



190 






Bill Goodin 



Kathleen Cortitt 




Del Speakes 



Bill Mattox 





Cathy Bown 



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The Order of the Red Ribbon is an rmed on May Day, 1969. Its purpose i 

the recognition of men of accompli tifl and cynicism; and mutual encourage 

members for the achievement o 



ounders 

ette Beers 
Thomas Hilton Greer, Jr. 
Michael Read O'Neal 
Charles T. Ozier 
(Robert Philip Shannon, Jr. 
William Abner Skelton, III 
Gerald Walker Thames 
Ronnie Leigh Walton 
Louie Burton Barnes, III 



Members 

Philip Bynum Aberne 
David M. Ferriss 
Dennis Everette Kelly 





Neophytes 




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Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities 



In the words of the publisher of the Directory, "the basic concept of Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges is to provide a democratic,- national basis for the recognition of out- 
ing campus leaders." The Directory was first published in 1934 and incfudes thousands of listin; 
ools in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and a number of nations in North and 

South America. ^^gflMMMMMMMMP " ""■'■■ , ■ ':ijBKMBftHHmn^mH_ 

The entire organization is dedicated to the service of students whose names appear on the list o 
>'s Who. It is supported by the income from the sale of the annual directory and the emblematic 
ory is used by prospective employers. The Organization, which sets the quota for each 
I institution to nominate, has undertaken to provide nominees with a special placement sei 
sist in making employment contracts and/or supplying recommendations. For this sen|cj 
is no charge to the employer or the student. 




John Vincent Beard 

Si Morgan Bondur 
Catherine Elaine Bown 
tephen Arthur Brandon 
^Parker Burke 
p Jean CiJ| 

an Anne Col* 

B lb ■ 

ia Kathleen Corbitt 
ry Lou Craft 
David Brooks Donald 
WilliaTn^toyc^Goodin 
K|ren Elise Gordon 
rry Wayne Grace 





William Carey Mattox 
William Crawford McCain 
Sharon Ruth Mitchell 
William Spencer Montgom< 
Alan Kemp Morgan 
James Jenkins Nelson 
William Robert Nettles, III 

Sanders Oakley 
Thomas Home Saterfiel 
Suzanne Gloria See 
David Marvin Smith 
Vera Madel Speakes 
Clare Ann Strain 

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James William Teaford 
Alice Louise Todd 
Hoyt Baxter Wilder, 
David Earle Wilkins 



Blue Key 



One of the highest honors that a Mississippi State University junior or senior male student can obtain 
is that of selection to membership in Blue Key National Honor Fraternity. Selection of these men who 
excel in character, leadership, scholarship, and student activities. Only those who meet requirements in 
all of these highly important character traits are invited to join, and these high standards are the key- 
stones which allow Blue Key to continually remain at the head of the honor fraternities in its field. 




Haden Hughes 1-1 
Kenny Bruce 1.-2 
David Armstrong 1-3 
Jim Teaford 1-4 
Abbott Myers, Pres. 1-5 
Don Janous 1-6 
Paul Summers 2-1 
Watts Ueltschey 2-2 
Dee Brookshire 2-3 
Alan Morgan 2-4 



Members 

Jerry Grace 2-5 
David Ferriss 2-6 
Jim Holzauer 3-1 
Steve Brandon 3-2 
Hoyt Wilder, V. Pres. 3-3 
Frank Dowsing 3-4 
Bill McCain 3-5 
Jim Nelson 3-6 
Stanley Whitfield 3-7 
Bill Goodin 3-8 



Steve Burwell 

Dennis Kelly 

Tommy Saterfiel, Corr. Sec. 

Bill Smith 

Randy Millard, Sec.-Treas. 

Dr. Thomas 

Dean Hawkins 

Marshall Sutphen 

Keith Koenig 

Coach Kermit Davis 




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Cardinal Key is a National Honor Society which recognizes college women who are above average in 
scholarship and who show outstanding ability in leadership. Nationally, Cardinal Key was organized in 
1932, as a direct result of a considerable number of requests from schools with similar groups for men. 
The MSU chapter was colonized in 1954 with the help of the Blue Key chapter already on the campus. 
Cardinal Key exists not only to honor coeds for their achievements in 'scholarship and leadership) but to 
draw together many of the most outstanding wonien on campus to help coordinate their activities. Each 
year Cardinal Key recognizes with a banquet the '''Three Most Outstanding Freshman Women" Who are 
selected from those who have shown extraordinary leadership, personality, scholastic honors, and con- 
tributions to the University. One of these three receives an award as "Most Outstanding Freshman 
Woman" of the year. 





President 

Vice-President . 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Faculty Advisor 




.Kathleen Corbitt 

. . Martha Malouf 

— Melinda Loye 

Clare Strain 

.Jane Koely 



Members 




Nancy Barnard 
Melanie Barrentine 
Cathy Bown 
LaNelle Brett 
Jo Ann Clark 
Debby Coleman 
Kathleen Corbitt 
Mary Craft 
Rebecca Crosby 
Mary Love Duplain 
Nancy fhret 
Karen Cordon 
Cheryl Graves 
Dana Handy 
Susie Hollinger 
Lynn Jaquith 
Barbara Kelly 





jane Kennedy 

Linda Land 

Melinda Love 

Martha Malouf 

Jane Matthews 

Sherri Mitchell Mclntyre 

Stephanie MeKinnis 

Marie Naklie 

Mary Jo O'Leary 

GeeGee Strain Patridge 

Lynn Richie 

Sharon Scott 

Suzi See 

Susan Shamburger 

Karen Stevens 

Clare Strain 

Brenda Truitt 





Phi Eta Sigma 



Phi Eta Sigma is a freshman honor society. It was founded in 1923 to encourage and reward high scho- 
lastic attainment among the men members of the freshman class. There are now 160 chapters located in 
leading colleges and universities throughout the United States. In 1937 the organization was admitted to 
membership in the Association of College Honor Societies. Membership is extended to all freshman 
men who attain a grade-point average of 3.5 or better for the first semester of the freshman year or for 
the entire year. 







Officers 




President , ; . , James Morgan 

Vice-President , . .... .... .Truitt Franklin Myers 

Secretary Stephen B. Cordon 

Treasurer William T. Atkinson 

Senior Advisor Robert D. Hunter 

~ culty Advisor , Tip H. Allen, jr. 





Michael A. Anders 
George Taylor Armistead 
William Tyson Atkinson 
Wentz Batson, Jr. t 
William H. Boyd 
Charles Weathersby Brooks 
Ronnie Jerold Brown 
Hob Bryan 
George Moore Clark 
James David Cochran 
Sidney Lee Curtis 
James Cleland Davis, jr. 
Stephen Blaine Gordon 
Robert Burnette Holmes, Jr. 
White Gan Jee 
William Bruce Jones 
John Harman Leech 
Marshall Aaron McMullen, Jr. 
Antony Mansell 
Sidney Paul Martin 




Randolph Tucker Millard, Jr. 
James Thomas Morgan 
Alfred Berlin Moore 
Truett Franklin Myers, Jr. 
John David Nicholson 
Kenneth Carl O'Neal 
Marc Louis Pendley 
William Kearney Roberson 
Richard B. Powell, Jr. 
D. Steven Roberts 
Michael Romeo, Jr. 
James Robert Shearer 
Homer C Smith, Jr. 
Stephen W. Tartt 
Paul Plez Tinsley, Jr. 
Philip Andrew Troskey 
Donald Edward Walker 
Thomas Ray Wiggins 
Thomas Stanley Yarbrough 







Alpha Lambda Delta 



Alpha Lambda Delta is a national society for women which honors high scholastic achievement dur- 
ing the first year in college. The purpose of this organization is to promote intelligent living and a high 
standard of learning and to encourage superior scholastic attainment among the frslshman women in al 
colleges and universities. 



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Peggy Jo 

Janet Ellen Alexander 
Kathryn Louann Bennett 
Robin Jane Beverly 
Jamie Hughes Blair 
Missye Rhee Bricked 
Jacquelyn Lenora Bryant 
Rebecca Jane Bullock - 
Cathy Ellen Bunch 
Debra Beth Bunch 
Joy Cadenheact * 
Karen Lee Carlson 
Catherine Col*p, 
Chyrl CovingttSr' 
SaHy Draper ' 

ristie Virginia Easley 
Susan Ruth Emrick 
Doris Jane Ferguson 
Pamela Joyce Fikes 

itricia Ann Finley 
Susan Good 
Brenda Lynn Hall 
Hathorn 

ane Hawkins 
Margaret Bly Hoover 
Elizabeth Ann Jinks 
Sandra Jo Threet 
Joe Carol Troxell 
Meredith Williams 




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The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, founded in 1897, has from the outset < 
knowledge in its membership. Selection is based on the twin essentials of sup 
good character. The highest standards are required of graduate students and facu 
semester juniors are eligible for election if they rank in the uppermost five percen 
are likewise eligible rf they stand in the highest one-eighth of their class. Howeve 
may not exceed one-tenth of the class. At present, no student of Mississippi Stat 
whose academic average is less than that required for graduation with Distinct! 



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Officers K 7% 

President James R. Chatham 

Vice-President Dennis Kelly 

Secretary lean P. Overcash 

Treasurer Charles J. Bell, Jr. 

Public Relations . , George R. Lewis 








Faculty and Student Membe 



Ann Adams 
Curtis H. Adams 
Charles R. Aiken 
erry Alford . ■ 
John Sidney Allen 
Velma P. Allen 
james H. Anderson 
Cecil Hunter Andrews 
Melanie Anthony 
Harold S. Aycock 
Nina Virginia Bacon 
Lanny David Baker 

B. j. Ball 
Buena S. Ballard 
A. H. Barber, Jr. 
Billy S. Barnes 
Ben F. Barrentine 
Melanie M. Barrentine 
Mary Jane Bassett 
Buford Blane Bates 
Mildred Amanda Batey 
Linda Lou Batton 

John V. Beard ^ 

C J. Bell, Jr. 
Virginia E. Bell 
Mrs. A. C. Bennett Sr. 
Sara A. Bennett 
Hugh W. Bennett 
John K. Bettersworth 
Mrs. K. G. Bhansali 
Martha Owens Booth 
Edna Marie Boren 
Newton D. Brokshire 
Mary Ann Broome 
Larry Box 
Ona J. Boyd 
Franklin D. Brewer 

G. Britton 
Herbert C. Bruister 
Faye S. Bryan 
Gordon K. Bryan 
Jean M. Bryan 
Hal B. Buchanan 
Karen Bullock 
H. O. Bunch 
Sylvia J. Bumham 
Jerry Gwin Bush 
Terry L Bush 
J. Robert Cagle, Jr. 
Donald Albert Cameron 
Paul V. Canonici 

C. T. Carley 
Peggy Carnathan 
Margaret R. Caruthers 
Turner Catledge 

Gail Waters Castles 
Russell J. Chance 
Doris Emory Chaves 
T. Lloyd Chesnut %, 
Patricia G. Chesser 
Robert David Childers 
Ronaldo Gomes Coelho 
Nancy Lynne Conley 
Marion Aleece Cooper 
C»wen Cooper 
Louise D. Crafton 
Lawrence W. Croft 
Mrs. W. Lawrence Croft 
Rebecca Mae Crosby 
Martha Daffron 
Fred Davis 
Sandra Lewis 
Susan Cox Davis 
Herbert H. Daws, Jr. 
Willinda B. Daws 



III 
Lynn A. Denison' 
David Dennis 
Dinkerrai B. Desai 
Dorothy Dickins 
Joe W. Dollar 
James W. Dow 
James Weston Dow 
J. B. Edmond 
Nancy Ann Eh ret 
Herbert C. Ehrhardt 
Glenn Thomas Ellis 
Robert F. Ellis 
Lester A. Ester, Jr. 
Mrs. L A. Estes, Jr. 
Richard. C. Ethridge 
Mrs. Willie F. Felder 
David M. Ferriss, Jr. 
Wayne W. Floyd, Jr. 
Jack B. Foster, Jr 
William R. Fox 
Randell K. Foxworth 
Helen Frye 
Rex F. Galloway 
Jean Harris Garretson 
Anna Ray T. Gassaway 
Lauren Amanda Gates 
Marsha E. Cox Gay 
William L. Giles 
Linda Ann Goodman 
Prentiss M. Gordon 
Francis G. Gregory 
Jane Griffin 
Sara Elizabeth Guerry 
Virginia Lynn Hagwood 
Winnie Sue Haley 
James G. Hamill 
Gail Pahl Hammond 
Dana Susan Handy 
Mary Louise Hare 
Woodrow W. Hare 
Casandra H. Harpole 
Sandra Jo Harris 
Charlotte A. Harvey 
Linda Marie Havard 
Merrill M. Hawkins 
Donald B. Hays 
Arnold R. Henderson 
James Thomas Henry 
Dora P. Herring 
John Robert Hightower 
Billie B. Hill 
James E. Hill 
Swinton A. Hill 
Henry Harlan Hogue 
Sandra Dianne Holder 
Peggy Janice Hollis 
Suzanne D. Hoomes 
Ruby Leigh Horn 
E. Irl Howell 
Ruth H. Huggins 
William A. Hughes 
Wm. Porter Hull, Jr. 
Donald R. Hunt 
C. T. Hunter 
Verner G, Hurt 
Fabian V. Husley 
Wayne Carroll Hyatt 
Paul B. Jacob 
Fay Rehage James 
Gloria Lynn Jenkins 
G Johnston 
ild Luther Joiner 
Wilma Jean Jolly 
Carol Jennine Jones 





Joseph Erskine Karr 
Barbara Ann Kelly 

ennis E.Kelly 
M. Kelly 
T. H. Kendall III 
Martha Crenshaw Kent 
Robert T. Kincade 
Chris H. King 
T, J. King 
Douglas T. Kin ton 
Karen Elizabeth Kueven 
David Ellis Lance 
Joan Marie Lang 
Jasper S. Lee 
Henry H. Leveck 
Carol J. Levy 
George R. Lewis 
Thomas H. Lewis, Jr, 
Charles E. Lindley 
Nancy P. Lindley 
W. W. Littlejohn 
Marion T. Loftin 
Waiter Serrill Long 
Mary Alice Love 
Rose Marie Luke 
Royce B. Luke 
Christina I. Lusk 
JohnW. Lusk 
James B. Magee 
Robert E. Magnus 
L. F. Mallory, Jr. 
Martha Louise Malouf 
Christina L. Manning 
James Phillips Marion 
T. K. Martin 
Linda Ellen Massey 
J. G McCarty, Jr. 
Willie L McDaniel, Jr. 
William Joeab McKay 
Chester McKee 
Lewis G McLemore III 
Lamar W. McLeod 
Yvonne Coleman McNeill 
Mildred McReynokJ 
James Ward Meadows 
Sherry Ann Melton 
Margaret Frances Mercer 
Nancy Carol Mills 
R. M. Milton 
Anne LaNell Mitchell 
James E. Moak 
Frank Wren Montfort 
Bobbie Jean Moody 
Alan Kemp Morgan 
George W. Morgan, Jr. 
Clinton W. Moulds 111 
S. B. Murray 

Marguerite Marie Naklie 
Mrs. Glenn Norwood, Jr. 
Rovert Morris Newell 
Harry M. Oldham 
Jean P. Overcash 
Gary R. Parvin R. 
Pettiet, J. V. 
Travis D. Phillips 
William D. Pittman 
Wendell Wayne Ponder 
Sarah C. Portis 
Milbur W. Posey 
Sue Power 
Glenda A. Puckett 
Ralph Puckett 
Richard W. Ratcliff 
Peggy King Ray 

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Carolyn Reeves 
Roy Reynolds 
Wells Richardson 
Betty J. Richey 
Carol Lynne Richie 
B. L Ricks 
Lydia Susan Roberts 
Ralph R. Robertson 
George L. Robson, Jr. 
Gaines M, Rogers 
Liza Sabina Rogers 
Stanley David Rucker 
Keith Alien Sage 
Thomas Home Saterfiel 
Sara Matthews Scales 
Robert Leon Scott 
Raymond Seid 
Mrs. Frank Sekyra 
Bobby Stone Snackouls 
Susan Shamburger 
Dorothy L. Donald Shank 
Nancy Janet Sherer 
Brenda T. Shields 
Ellen W. Shirery 
Billy Ford Shivers 
Robert L. Shuler, Jr. 
Anne D. Shuttleworth 
W, A. Simmons 
Laxman Singh 
Ramendra Singh 
Bettye B. Sledge 
Felicia M.Smith 
Selma Davis Smith 
James D. Solomon 
Mrs. William H. Spain 
Dalre Ann Strain 
Mary A. Anderson Stuart 
Paul Garvan Summers 
Suzanne S. Tant 
Martha Taylor 
James W. Teaford 
Douglas Edward Tedsen 
Guy W. Thaxton 
Charles H. Thomas 
David Trammell, Jr. 
Albert Harvey Trapp 
Patricia Anne Triplett 
Larry Winfield Usilton III 
Christy Vance 
Russell Vaughn Vamado 
Martha K. Wadded 
Fran Walker 
Wayne Ford Warren 
John C. Wax 
W. David Webb 
Jo Anne Webster 
Jerry Clinton Welch 
Jan West 

Sharon Louise Wheeler 
Elizabeth Ann White 
Harolyn White 
Louise Whitlow 
Daniel Glenn Wiggins 
Thomas Lamar Wiley, Jr 
James G. Williams 
Janis L Williams 
Janet Reynolds Wilson 
John W. Wilson 
Ann Elizabeth Wiltrout 
Jo Ann Wise 
John P. Wollenberg 
Warren John Wolski 

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Lilian L. Wu 











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and universities. It is co-educational; and membership therein does not exclude a student from mem- 
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Thomas Renfroe 
juiia Hodges 
LaNelle Brett 
Thomas Walker 
Stephanie Aucoin 
Colene Milton 
Cherri McCuistom 
Steve Brandon 
Nancy Nunn 
Del Ann Bruister 
Beth Langston 
Maggie Yates 
Allen Armistead 
Susan Turner 
Nancy Con ley 
Susan Buckner 
Susan Martin 
Dancy Dabbs 



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William Atkinson 
Lynn Bellah 
Dean Rominger 
Marsha Wedgewortr 



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Haden Hughes 
William Matt 
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Lee Newman 
Elizabeth Stone 
James Wedgewortti 















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Pi Tau Sigma, National honorary Mechanical Engineering Fraternity, fosters the high ideals of the en- 
gineering profession and stimulates interest in coordinate departmental activities. The MSU Tau Nu 
Chapter was granted a charter in April of 1957 and was the 62nd thartertbvthe : ':org>niz9tion' ! ,v/hi,ch has 
recognized 28,000 notable mechanical engineers. The MSU Tau Nu, during its eleventh year, has be- 
come more firmly established as an honor fraternity. Besides its traditional projects and practices, Tau 
Nu Chapter has initiated several new programs. In coordination with the student section of ASME, Tau 
Nu is sponsoring a weekly executive breakfast which is attended by Dr. G T. Carley, Head of the Me- 
chanical Engineering Department, the respective student presidents, faculty advisors and a guest stu- 
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Officers 




President Mike McCormick 

Vice-President Lamar Cayle 

Recording Secretary John Miller 

Corresponding Secretary Wayne Skipper 

Treasurer Jeff Watkins 

Chapter Advisor Dr. Will T. McKie 



Members 



Lamar Cayle 
Larry Ezell 
Steve Kinard 
Mike McCormick 
John Miller 
Wayne Skipper 
Jeff Watkins 
Stan Whitfield 
Alfred Windham 





Tau Beta Pi, the highest engineering honor, was founded at Lehigh University in 1885 by Dr. 
H. Williams, Jr., "to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma 
distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering." The Mississ 
Alpha chapter was founded on December 15, 1928. At the beginning of each fall and spring semester, 
the active chapter elects to membership eligible men and women from the top one-fifth of the senior 
class and top one-eighth of the junior class. The goal of every engineering student is to meet the re- 
quirements of Tau Beta Pi, for not only is this an honor, but it also affords h »nd the oppor- 
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Vice-President 

Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary — 

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Faculty Advisors 



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Sherrill Long 

.William K. McBeath 

Virginia Bell 

H . . Marie Nal$|P 
Wayne Parker 



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John Sidney Allen 
Glen Carroll Bardwell 
David Beach Beasley 
Virginia E. Bell 
Richard A. Bourguard 
Jerry Cwin Bush 
Terry Lynn Bush 
David Lyne Bushman 
John Guy Cesare 
Bernard Ralph Coffilf 
James Anse Collins 

seph V. Dawsey III 
Larry Olen Ezell 
lack Byrd Foster, Jr. 
Clifto!n C . Hamby III 
Chester Allen Harris 
Warren Aridrew Hatcher 
James Thomas Henry 
William Arthur Hester 
James L. Holzhauer 
Elvln Burt Hyatt 
William Charles Johnston 
Keith Koenlg 
Robert Bryan Lang, Jr. 
Michael Hope Little 
Walter Serrill Long 
William Comfort Long 
Gerald Wayne Mayes 
William K. McBeath, Jr. 
Prentice O. McKibben 



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James Ward Meadows 
Carl Binner Middleton 
Jimmy Joe Moon 
George Stennis MooflP-gf 
Marguerite M. NaklteW 
Charles R. Nickles 
Roger Charles Obye-j*- ". 
Jesse Harris Orsborn ■»*' * ; 
William Hammond Power 
Roger Dale Reedu "*- w k. 
Leonard W. Rowe, Jr. 
John Ted Russell 
Samir Tahan Samara 

Stone Shackouls 
Earl Sheffield 

illy Ford Shivers I „ ., 
Robert L. Shuler, Jr. I 
Dennis Michael Smith 
Richard Cecil Strahan 
James Ray Vterling 
Glenn Venson Wallace 
Charles Spencer Wasson 
Jerry Clinton Welch 

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Hoyt Baxter Wilder III 
Jerry Lee Wilson 
Jimmy Lynn Young 



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ional electrical engineering honor society. The primary purpose of this org 
promote, and reward outstanding scholastic achievement. Eta Kappa Nu is al 
dedicated to service — service to the Electrical Engineering Department, to the school, and to the engi- 
neering profession in general. 






Rufus Andrew Brown 
David Lynn Bushman 
Bernard Ralph Coffill 
Claude Connell 
Varren A. Hatcher 
John David Hillis 
Richard Hoilingsworth 
Michael Hope Little 
William C Long 



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James Ward Meadows 
George Moore 
Robert L Schuier, Jr. 
Richard Cecil Strahan 
Ralph K. Williams, Jr. 
Jerry Lee Wilson 
William Richard Wilsc 
Lamar P. Wc 
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Pi Delta Epsilon is the National Honorary Collegiate Journalism Fraternity, a non-profit organization, 
operating in the undergraduate collegiate journalism field on campuses of fully recognized and accre- 
dited colleges, universities and institutes awarding degrees upon completion of a four year or longer 
course in any subject of higher learning. Pi Delta Epsilon's purpose is to elevate the cause of journalism; 
to teach the ethics, technique and mechanics of good journalism; to encourage student participation in 
local campus publications; to foster the mutual welfare of student publications; to develop the truest 
fraternal spirit among its members; to promote loyalty to their Alma Mater; and to rewajfd student jour- 
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aoen rtugnes 
. Bill Boggess 

Cathy Coggin 
Fran Fletcher 
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Jeanette Ashcraft 
Nancy Barnard 
Carrol Brumfleld 
Hunter Brumfield 
Hob Bryan 
Terry Carroll 
Wilmer DeOeaux 
Don Dowdle 
Sally Draper 
Boyd Catlin 
Mike Gentry 
Jeff Gilbert 



jim Holzauer 
Jeff Martin 
Helwy Meyer 
Mercury Morris 
Bob Moulder 
Charles Pickering 
Sharon Rone 
Roy Ruby 
Sharon Scott 
David Voss 
Wyeth WalkeCr 
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itries. TtiiHrhapter at Mississippi State, Mississippi Gamma, was founded in 1938. Premedical 

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Henry C. Hudson 

H. Sidney Prosser 

. . .Frank D. Dowsing, Jr. 

Reporter . W. M William C. Chisholm, Jr. 

■yitorii^W .... Donald E. Price 

Acuity Advisor Ronald G. Altig 



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Patrick Van Bailey 
William C. Chisholm, Jr. 
Frank D. Dowsing, Jr. 
Fred C. Emrick 
Henry C Hudson 
Ronald N. Hunsinger 
Donald E. Price 
H. Sidney Prosser 
Ralph A. Puckett 
John D. Wade 









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between the military department and the University Administration, to develop the essential qualities i 
good and efficient officers, to prepare ROTC graduates to take a more active part in military affairs ip% 
the communities in which they reside after completion of their service and to spread factual and intelli 
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officer through its activities and projects. The squadron has participated along with Angel Flight in the 

nus blood drive. Angel Flight and Arnold Air Society also sponsored a booth in the Halloween Car- 
nival to help raise money for the March of Dimes. 




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.Paul Summers 

Luther Livingston 

. . Robert Hill 

James Bicker 

Paul McKissack 

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Richard Blake 
Rodney Bond 
Gary Bryant 
Joel Cole 
Walter Costilow 
Harold Donald 
John Dugan 
Robert Dyer 
Glenn Harrison 
William Hearn 
Alfred Hicks 
Dorsey Higdon 
James Hodge 
Shellye Hutchinson 
"Mike Jerrall 



Mike Johnson 
William Keating 
William Lacey 
John Matthews 
Ed Mullican 
Lee Newman 
Richard Price 
Richard Ratcliffe 
Homer Smith 
Norris Stevens 
John Sullivan 
Dick Taylor 
Stanley Whitfield 
Thomas Wiley 
Leo Wingate 

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ORGANIZATIONS 










Above: Pat Presley, Vice-President; Susan Turner, Secretary; Tommy Darnell, Treasurer; Phil Abernathy, President. 



Student Association 



At the Student Association Installation Banquet, Phil 
Abernathy was sworn into office as president and with 
him his program of "Bring the Government to the Stu- 
dents." Also, sworn in were Pat Presley, vice-president, 
Susan Turner, secretary, and Tommy Darnell, treasurer. 
Within a few short days Abernathy filled his first campaign 
promise by providing class schedules free to all students. 

With the start of the new academic year, Abernathy or- 
ganized a revamping of the position of Social Chairman to 
a social committee, thus receiving more diversification of 
ideas and greater distribution of responsibility. Despite 
the fact that efforts were made to suit the desires of the 
students, the Student Association lost money in the first 
two concerts of the year making the future look doubtful 
toward continuing the concert series. 

During the mid-fall, Abernathy helped make a long time 
dream of many students come true — the abolishing of 



the )unior English Proficiency Exam. After continuing ef- 
forts from the Senate and the other officers, the motion 
was finally brought before the Academic Council, where, 
after much debate by Phil and other senators, the vote was 
taken to recommend to President Giles that it be abol- 
ished. That same afternoon, President Giles signed the 
English Proficiency Exam out of existence. 

The same day the EPT was abolished another important 
move was taken by the Academic Council upon the re- 
quest by Abernathy. The extension of the "no-recorded- 
grade" drop date was extended to ten days after the mid- 
term. This in effect extended the date one month. 

Along with the progress made by the president also 
came progress from the vice-president, Pat Presley. For the 
first time at State a Legislative Leadership Conference was 
planned and carried out for the newly-elected senators. 
With the help of John Hightower, SA parliamentarian, and 



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Dr. Sam Dudley, head of the Speech Department, insight 
was given to the inexperienced senators to what their of- 
fice entailed. The fact that cooperation was the main point 
was brought out in the conference. 

Through the efforts of Vice-President Presley came the 
addition of four standing committees for the Senate. 
These committees were the work-horses of the Senate, 
doing much of the research and work out of the Senate's 
chambers. 

The momentum of achievement was continued by plan- 
ning a leadership retreat in Tupelo. At the retreat campus 
leaders met with administration and faculty to discuss the 
self-study evaluation, recent accreditation, and campus 
problems. 

Next, the "Hotline," a student question, complaint, and 
suggestion center to help the SA better serve the students, 
was established. 

Then, plans were set in motion to set up the second an- 
nual "Legislative Appreciation Day." The day was one of 
campus tours, open discussion about problems facing 
Mississippi, and a banquet with Senator )ohn Stennis as 
guest speaker. A student lobby program was established in 
Jackson after the "Legislative Day" program. 

In addition to working on campus affairs, a committee 
of student body presidents of the eight schools represent- 
ed by the Board of Institutions of Higher Learning was or- 
ganized. The first act of this committee was to ask for a 
student member added to the board. Even though this 
measure was rejected, the committees continued to talk to 
board members hoping to make them more aware of the 
students' needs and desires. 




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Above: Bill Waller, Jr., delivers a motion to the Senate while Richard 
Wagoner, Attorney General, inspects the written version. Below: Presi- 
dent's Cabinet, seated: M. Naklie, P. Abernathy, P. Presley, P. Presley, S. 
Turner, T. Darnell, H. Hughes. Seated: F. Myers, B. Boggess, R. Barnes, R. 
Wagoner, L. Brickey, B. Mattox, S. Brandon. Not pictured: Bill Smith, Bob 
Archer, David Ferriss. 




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MSU Student Senate 



Following the 1970-71 "Foots" Thurman Affair, the MSU SA 
Senate became more conscious of its own appearance. Always 
before the Senators had been operating with a genuine desire to 
represent their fellow students, but this year's Senate has fulfilled 
its promise in this respect. 

The 1970-71 Lame Duck session had a great deal of influence 
on the newly elected Senators of October, 1971, for they had for- 
warded plans for revamping the SA Constitution and providing a 
leadership and parliamentary procedure workshop. Under the 
leadership of SA Vice-President Pat Presley, one of the first ac- 
tions of the newly elected 1971-72 Senate was to establish stand- 
ing committees, an innovation which will hopefully provide for a 
continuing well-spring of new ideas. 

Memories of this 1971-72 Senate will have to include the mam- 
mouth sessions dealing with the fall semester budget. To the best 
of our evidence, the six hour meeting was only exceeded in 
length by the "Foots" Thurman trial. Then, SA President Phil Ab- 
ernethy vetoed the appropriations bill which opened the entire 
question again. Other things to remember will be the points of 
order raised by Senator Cheshire, Senator Bearden's motions fail- 
ing for want of a second (a very rare legislative occurence), Presi- 
dent pro tempore Cornwell's (alias Cromwell and other names 
also) adoration of Senator McCormick, and Junior's (Senator 
Waller) dissertations on the powers of the Senate. 

The preceeding are perhaps only emphasizing the humorous 
times in the Senate and are indeed somewhat of an inside joke to 
the SA Senators. But, the important thing about the SA Senate 
this year is that it is accomplishing things, too; like ridding stu- 
dents of the plague of the English Proficiency Test, a move insti- 
gated by Senator Campbell of Suttle. 

So, when the final gavel is pounded by Vice-President Presley, 
when enlightened Parliamentarian Hightower and Attorney Gen- 
eral Waggoner have nodded their heads for the last time, and 
when all the Senators have left the Union Small Auditorium in its 
cool, dark naturalness, an echo will remain of the shout of "A 
JOB WELL DONE." 



1. 


Richard Wagoner 


19. Glenn Dockery 


2. 


Susan Turner 


20. Danny Puhr 


3. 


Pat Presley 


21. Sandy Harris 


4. 


Mike Gentry 


22. Bill Waller 


5. 


Robert Campbell 


23. Jane Brookshire 


6. 


Harry Dreyfus 


24. Diane Peresich 


7. 


Lee Newman 


25. William Sharbrough 


8. 


Dennis Cornwell 


26. Susan Whetstone 


9. 


Mike McCormick 


27. Elou Turpin 


10. 


George Luter 


28. Martha Buttros 


11. 


Bill Bearden 


29. Bob Harris 


12. 


Mac Clemens 


30. Tommy Barnes 


13. 


John Hightower 


Not pictured: 


14. 


Mercury Morris 


Tommy Bryan 


15. 


James Wedgeworth 


Kerry Kimbrough 


16. 


Tommy Mason 


Greg Hutton 


17. 


Billy Abbott 


Ad Cheshire 


18. 


Leigh Hummer 






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MSU Judicial Council 




1. Tex Cummins, Sec. 

2. David Ferris, Chairman 

3. Betsy Kimbrough 

4. John Hutchinson 



5. Aubrey Earnheart 

6. Jeff Butts 

7. Brent Rankin 

8. Don Janus 



All judicial powers of the Student Association are vested in the 
S. A. Judicial Council. This council is composed of a chairman, 
one senior member, two junior members, two sophomore mem- 
bers, and one graduate student. All members of the Judicial 
Council are appointed by the S. A. President with the approval of 
the Student Senate. This council has appellate jurisdiction over 
all matters of student discipline and original jurisdiction over all 
matters arising out of elections conducted by the S. A., and over 
all matters relative to the interpretation of the S. A. Constitution 
and Statutes. Only on decisions involving student discipline can 
appeals be made to the Division of Student Affairs. 

During the past year, the S. A. Judicial Council has ruled on a 
number of matters concerning S. A. elections and the S. A. Con- 
stitution. In this way the Council has served as a sounding board 
for students with legitimate complaints concerning S. A. elec- 
tions and the S. A. Constitution. The Council has made every at- 
tempt in dealing with matters of a political nature to act in a 
manner which is fair and in the best interests of the entire 
university. 



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Associated Women 
Students 



The Associated Women Students is the only organization on campus 
which represents soley the women, that gives them an effective voice on 
campus. Programs sponsored this year included veneral disease programs, 
Big Sister — Little Sister, fire safety, and Zero Population Growth. As a re- 
sult of a questionnaire polling the girl's opinions, rule changes involving 
hours and sign-outs were made. 




Officers: Left to right: Marie Naklie, Susan Whet- 
stone, Marsha Wedgeworth, Cheryl Berry. 




Row 7: Gail Webb, Cheryl Berry, Marie Waklie, Susan Whetstone, Marsha Wedgeworth, Libba Cook, Ginger Bland, Melanie Heflin. Row 2: Jane Brook- 
shire, Ann Hathorn, Melissa Austin, Betty Morgan, Beth Baldwin, Martha Germany. Row 3: Mrs. Sarah Portis, Janis Gaynes, Regina Hudson, Rebecca 
Raney. 



AWS Judicial Council 

Left to right: Charlotte Carlson, Camille Baker, Virginia Harfen, 
Jane Matthews, Sylvia Walker. 



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Union Program Council 




Left to right; seated: Diane Peresick, Mary Love Duplain, Barbara Blankership, Susan Martin, Karen Stevens. Standing: Steve Brandon, Patty McReynolds, 
Buzz LaFollette, Danny Puhr, Bragg Moore, Lee Newman. 



The Union Program Council is an organization com- 
posed of the chairmen of the eight Union committees: en- 
tertainment, social, special events, fine arts, recreation, 
secretarial, publicity, and International Bazaar. The Pro- 
gram Council is primarily a coordination organization, 
while the eight committees handle affairs in their respec- 
tive areas. 

During the year each of the committees is responsible 
for their individual events. The entertainment commit- 
tees's fall dance featured the Crakerjacks. They also handle 
the Hawaiian Luau, contemporary movies such as 
"M.A.S.H." and "Charlie," and the noon lobby entertain- 
ment. The social committee sponsors Lecturn and Lyceum 
receptions, and the Best Dressed Coed Pageant, and the 
Fashion Show. Special Events handles planning for both 
the new and the traditional programs such as: soap box 
derby, Hanging of the Green. Madrigal Christmas Dinner, 



Gift Packs, Old West Day, and the Halloween Carnival. 
They also innovated the Lost Key Contest which was a tre- 
mendous success. The fine arts committee coordinates the 
Festival of the arts and the traveling art exhibits which this 
year included the Smithsonian exhibit and "The Lalibela." 
They are also in charge of the Dinner Theater, sidewalk art 
show and Shrimp Boil. Tournaments such as golf, chess, 
bridge, table tennis, football, and others along with the car 
rally and "Saloon Night" are the responsibility of the rec- 
reation committee. Secretarial and Publicity committees 
and the Union Reporter preform their important functions 
for all committees. The International Bazaar committee 
was created as a special committee last year to present the 
International Bazaar for the cultural and educational ex- 
change between the many countries represented on cam- 
pus. 



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218 





a. DEFLECTOR b. REJECTOR c. REFLECTOR 
d. NECLECTOR 

1.A 2. B 3. C 4. D 5. All of the above 6. 
None of the above 

The term "responsible journalism" has a 
very special meaning at Mississippi State 
University. It means that a student publi- 
cation is held responsible to the Student 
Association Senate, the state legislators, 
the Board of Trustees, et al., ad infinitum, 
ad nauseum. 

This was last spring's REFLECTOR. Out 
of the tradition of SA dominance, hippism, 
and radicalism the Reflector staff is trying 
to create a newspaper ... a credible 
newspaper, a fair newspaper, a concerned 
newspaper. 

The staff is trying to become involved 
with campus issues. We are trying to 
change what we feel needs changing. 

We love Mississippi State University and 
we want to make it better. We want more 
responsible student government, better 
programs for students — lyceum, concerts, 
Union programming, improved dormitory 
life, lower bookstore prices, and more 
parking places. 

We are trying to change these aspects of 
student life by taking responsible editorial 
stands concerning campus events (or lack 
of them), and presenting our readers with 
an opportunity to agree or disagree with 
our news, views, and presentation through 
the letters to the editor, and the establish- 
ment of a student's column, "Your Turn." 




Opposite page, top left: News Staff: Elaine Graves, Cathy Coggin, 
George Luter, Hob Bryan, Fred Crumpton, Mike Penprase. Top 
right: Photographers: Mike Gentry, )ohn Charlton, Ron Otis. Cen- 
ter: Business Staff, |immy Stephenson, Don Dowdle, James 
Wedgeworth. Bottom left: Editorial Staff: Frank Campbell, Sandy 
Harris, John George, Steve Tonkin. Right: Bill Boggess, Editor. Top: 
Copy readers, Ivy Pruitt, Mona Lowery, Mary Stubbs, Mary Love. 
Above: Production Staff: Roger Culberston, Charles Pickering, 
Cathy Coggin, George Luter. Left: Sports Staff: Mercury Morris, 
Scoop Bass, Terry Carroll. 



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Inter Residence Hall Council 



The Inter-Residence Hall Council at Mississippi State 
University is only in its third year of operation, but has al- 
ready established itself as the most dynamic service orga- 
nization on campus. Although the Council itself consists 
of only representatives from each hall on campus and its 
five officers, it directly affects the lives of the nearly 5,000 
residence hall inhabitants here at MSU. While the primary 
goal of the IRHC is to offer and carry out services and pro- 
grams to the residence halls, it also tries to promote the 
academic, intellectual, cultural, and social understanding 
of our members, to stimulate interest and effort in resi- 
dence halls' affairs, and to encourage responsibility and 
maturity in self-government. 

Some of the activities that the IRHC has undertaken this 
year were the freshman and new student information sem- 
inars, refrigerator rentals to individual residence hall stu- 
dents, group television leasing for halls, expansion of the 
Activities Building programs and facilities, combined ne- 
gotiation of the IRHC and Student Services for more suita- 
ble vending machine contracts, the campus-wide book ex- 
change, exam packs during exams, a week-long celebra- 
tion of Residence Hall Week, monthly newsletters, com- 
plete revision and overhaul of the IRHC Constitution, 
sponsoring of a large delegation to national and regional 
residence hall organization conventions, as well as other 
activities. 

Even though the IRHC initiates many campus-wide 
functions and services, most of the residence hall pro- 
gramming is carried out under the auspices of the individ- 
ual hall governments. These activities (to name only a few) 
range from swaps between halls to such elegant affairs as 
Garner's Shiskabob and Sessums' (Captial of the World) 
Birthday Party, Christmas tree and other outstanding fes- 
tivities. It is here that the main source of energy, ideas, and 
enthusiasm is drawn from the individual that indeed must 
"reside, not just sleep" in the residence hall system. 

The residence hall program at MSU is by no means per- 
fect, but we believe that it is a good one. It is our job to 
make it better. 



1. 


F. Campbell, Exec. 


11. 


L. Richardson 




Coordinator 


23. 


C. Holmes 


2. 


B. Asmar, IRHC Treas. 


24. 


). Tennyson 


3. 


D. Cornwell, IRHC Pres. 


25. 


C. Moore 


4 


C. Clegg, IRHC Sec. 


lb. 


G. Harrison 


5. 


B. Hyatt, IRHC V-Pres. 


11. 


). Havard 


6. 


D. Leung 


28. 


I. King 


7. 


L. Little 


29. 


J. Jones 


8 


L. Cook 


50. 


B. Barnes 


9. 


C. Bland 


31. 


W. Rushing 


10. 


M. Austin 


32. 


R. Hall 


11. 


B. Webster 


B. 


B. Barcellona 


12. 


P. Acuff 


34. 


Mrs. Sarah Portis, Advisor 


13. 


C. Lewis 


35. 


M. Craft, Advisor 


14. 


S. Ashley 


)6. 


C. Rounsaville 


15. 


W. Walker 


\7. 


D. Killebrew 


16. 


C. Moore 


38. 


O. Turner 


17. 


W. Robertson 


J9. 


R. Turner 


18. 


M. Green 


40. 


P. Engle 


19. 


M. Elliott 


41. 


D. Marler, Advisor 


20. 


F. Kelly 






21. 


B. Faust 









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Top left: Hull holds a sidewalk Flea Market. Top right and middle: Evans, 
Cresswell, and McKee residents enjoy the Evans' Annual Courtyard Pic- 
nic. Left: Everyone takes a break after enjoying the Garner dinner 



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222 



FLUTE 

O'Neal 

West 

Parkinson 

Yates 

Vechorik 

Boye 

Clemence 

|oe 

Luke 

Dotson 

Parsons 

Windham 

Dier 

Ryan 

Hammermeister 

Baker 

Gardner 

Brett 

Donald 

OBOE 

Wise 
Satimer 
BASSOON 
Kennebrew 

CLARINET 

Bittle 

Hammons 

O'Kelly 

See 

Smith, R. 

Walhood 

Mikosz 

Mobley 

Key 

Hurt 

Kraft 

Moore, M. C. 

Cox 

Peden 

Young 

Heath 

Fairley 

Miles 

Spencer 

Marion 

Campbell 

Carter 

Moore, M. 



Mills 

Thompson 
Jones, S. 
Miley 
Calbreath 
Smith, B. 
Adams 
Allen 
Rogers 
West, J. 
Crowder 
West, H. 

Bobbitt 
Collier 

LOW 

CLARINET 

Moorehead 

McKnight 

Maxwell 

Moore, B. 

Cochran 

Hood 

McWilliams 

Locke 

Peterson 

ALTO SAX 

)oe 

Gammon 

Lancaster 

Martin, Martha 

Isonhood 

Folden 

Stewart 

Chinn 

Kimbrough 

TENOR SAX 

Roberson 

Becker 

Johnston 

Sanders 

BARI SAX 

Maryin, Mary 
Stamps 
Smith, J. 

TRUMPET 
Conlee 
Dixon 
Martin, Paul 



Cohen 

Thomas 

Guess 

Eldridge 

Wood 

Evans 

Livingston 

Loden 

Johns 

Bates 

Hyatt 

Jones, Mar. 

Millard 

Garrard 

Ford 

Grafton 

Frits 

Pogue 

Owen 

Shelton 

Byrd 

McCann 

Kish 

Ahley 

Williams, Van 

McCormack 

Seymour 

FRENCH HORN 

Landers 

Joseph 

Wing 

Haynes 

Chapman 

Turcotte 

Wade 

Didlake 

Bruister 

Brown 

Regel 

Hayes 

Worley 

TROMBONE 

Floyd 

Broussard 

Bennett 

Williams 

McMillan 

Castles 

Overstreet 



Ware 

Maddux 

Parker 

Slaughter 

Walker 

Kilbourne 

Putnam 

Cleveland, G. 

Wingate, L. 

Jones, R. 

Reinbold 

Black 

Cleveland, H. 

EUPHONIUM 

Mobley 

Bishop 

Mcintosh 

Sanderson 

Horton 

Wingate, K. 

Cole 

Green 

TUBA 

Collins 

McCully 

Lance 

Billingsley 

Hammond 

Fairley, M. 

Whitfield 

Weathersby 

Shepard 

Koerber 

Tatum 

McCrillis 

Koon 

PERCUSSION 

Nicholson 

Burns 

Herring 

Ballard 

Stocker 

Gearhiser 

Wilbanks 

Williford 

Herbert 

Bostick 

Eddleman 





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Maroon Band 





223 



University Choir 



The University Choir is open to students from all under- 
graduate and graduate departments of the university. The 
purpose of the organization is to make participation in 
music an integral part of the life of the student. 

The choir is composed of about 100 vocalists from the 
student body and makes frequent public appearances 
both on and off the campus. 



Peggy Anest 
Carol Arnold 
Dianne Ball 
Jesse Bennett 
Jane Berry 
Clint Bestor 
Mary Bestor 
Joel Bishop 
Brenda Box 
Derry Brunt 
Linda Carlson 
Kathy Castle 
Mary Chandler 
Diane Coleman 
Bill Collum 
Libba Cook 
Michael Cornelius 
Mary Crumby 
Joan Daniel 
Jerry Dean 
Priscilla Dean 
Franklin Denham 
Becky Dier 
Wylie Evans 
Bob Files 
Charlotte Flowers 
John Fondren 
Debbie Fox 
Gary Freeman 
Nancy Gallman 
Carolyn Green 
Sherry Hanson 
Marilyn Harrelson 



UNIVERSITY CHOIR 

Stanley Hayes 
Calverta Henley 
Delaura Henry 
Kaye Hillman 
Drew Hitt 
Susie Hollinger 
Mike Hunt 
Pete Hunter 
Charles Jackson 
Judy Jordan 
Sissy Kraft 
Betty Latimer 
Tony Leonard 
Georgia Linskey 
Judy Linskey 
John Madison 
Burney Martin 
Gay McCuiston 
Joy McCuiston 
Larry McGee 
Georganna Mills 
Colene Milton 
Karen Mitchell 
Laura Mobley 
Robert Modeler 
Millie Mooney 
Suzie Moorhead 
Melinda Munson 
Jimmie Nazary 
Patti O'Kelly 
Ronnie Oswalt 
Pam Parker 
Patsy Paxton 



Alice Permenter 
Pat Popek 
Roger Pruett 
Kathy Roebuck 
Mike Rogers 
Rodney Rogers 
Lydia Ruff in 
Stephen Shepherd 
Jan Shook 
Bobby Shull 
Janet Simpson 
Kenny Simpson 
Elizabeth Smelley 
Buddy Smith 
Libby Stone 
Kathy Templeton 
Franklin Thomas 
Johnnie Thomas 
lane Thompson 
Shelly Trenor 
Patsy Valentine 
Sid Walton 
Rita Wells 
Jan West 
Kaye Wheeler 
Patti White 
Mary Williford 
Thomas Wilson 
Emily Winbush 
Marilyn Winbush 
Randy Wood 
Lydia Young 






224 




Madrigals 



The Madrigal singers is a small vocal ensemble selected 
by audition. This group is designed to provide participants 
with opportunities to perform popular and standard mad- 
rigal literature both on and off campus. The madrigal sing- 
ers present about twenty-five programs and concerts each 
school year and have traveled widely throughout the 
southeast. 



Below: 






K. Anderson 


M. Winbush 


K. Mitchell 


). Thomas 


M. Rogers 


S. Shepherd 


D. Anderson 


L. Carlson 


). John 


). Shook 


J. Simpson 


P. O'Kelly 


G. Freeman 


P. Anest 


L. Stone 


S. Billingsley 


D. Hitt 


T. Conlee 








225 



Student 

Publications 

Committee 



The purpose of the Mississippi Slate Uni- 
versity Stucient Publications Committee is to 
review the operation of student publications 
and to make broad policy for business and 
editorial management. 

As an advisory committee to the President 
of the University, the Committee shall honor 
the functioning relationship which exists be- 
tween student publications and student gov- 
ernment without questioning the constitu- 
tional authority of the student government. 

The Committee is composed of (top right) 
Sally Hogan, Dee Brookshire, Bill Boggess*, 
Phil Abernethy*, Henry Meyer, (right) Fran 
Fletcher*, Tim Douglas, (bottom right) 
Haden hughes*, Martin Wilson, (below) 
Don Dowdle*, Roy Ruby, Chairman W. A. 
Simmons, (not pictured) Dr. W. W. Hare, and 
Brenda Truitt. * signifies ex-officio member. 






226 






Debate Team 



The MSU [Debate Team, sponsored by the Department 
ot Speech and coached by Mrs. [Dorothy Drake, attended 
tournaments at Middle Tennessee State University; Val- 
dosta, Georgia (Invitational); Samford University; and 
Montevolla University. It was in Youth Congress, however, 
that the Debate Team really gave an outstanding perform- 
ance. Easil\ winning the highest number of awards, the 
MSU Team won a total of 11 awards. Especially outstand- 
ing were Frank Campbell, lohn Hightwoer, and Billy Hud- 
dleston. 



1. |ohn Hightower, Vice-President 

2. Chuck Tardy 

3. Margaret Day 

4. Cori Ross 

5. Patsy Fowlkes 
b. |ohn George 

7. Frank Campbell, President 



227 



Afro-American Plus 



Afro-American Plus seeks to acknowledge and provide for the socio-cultural presence of Black students on the Missis- 
sippi State University campus by developing and maintaining positive supportive programs, activities and resources for 
Black students and the Black Community. For its 1971-72 campaign, Afro-American Plus has embarked on a course which 
has resulted in a comprehensive expansion of programming. This new course involves restructuring old or existing pro- 
grams and exploring new areas in programming. The new course is our primary area of concern for the present academic 
year. 



1. Michael Booker 

2. Oru Shumpert 

3. Daphne Darden 

4. Theoretis Ervin 

5. Evelyn Vaugn 

6. Linda Daily 

7. Ronnie Dottery 

8. Linda Cannon 

9. Artie Sims 

10. Ruthie Jones 

11. Sylvia Walker 

12. Mary Wright 

13. Roxie Ruff 

14. George Miller 

15. Dorothy Ruff 

16. Rena Harold 

17. James Boyd 

18. Clyde Duncan 

19. Shelia Lenoir 

20. Draco Davis 

21. Winthrop F. Malone 

22. Rusetta Webber 

23. George Okundaye 



24. Linda Hellenstein 

25. Brooks Kimbrough 

26. Michael Shields 

27. Mary Love 

28. Jacquelyn Bryant 

29. Robert Barnes 

30. Clarence Johnson 

31. Gloria Johnson 

32. Gretta Eubanks 

33. Anisi Jackson 

34. Richard Briscol 

35. Eddie Wahington 

36. Deboroah Sherrod 

37. Mr. James Kilgore 

38. Coleman Weeks 

39. John Sterling 

40. Basil Twyner 

41. Ernest Fernandies 

42. Alvin Taylor 

43. Charles Penson 

44. Charles Brown 

45. Kelly Floyd 

46. Ken Travillian 





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Top left: loyce Sharp, Miss Afro-American 
Plus. Right: Daphne Darden, member of the 
court. Left: Bobbie Cotton, member of the 
court. Center: Miss Afro-American Plus and 
her court. 



229 



Agricultural 
Economics 



The Mississippi State University Chapter of the Student 
Section of the American Farm Economics Association is 
composed of students majoring in Agricultural Economics. 
The faculty advisors for the 1971-72 year are Dr. James G. 
Hamill and Mr. James Simpson. Other faculty members 
and research personnel take part in the activities of the 
club. The purposes of the organization are to stimulate in- 
terest in the profession of agricultural economics among 
students and faculty of the College of Agriculture and to 
provide an opportunity for wider acquaintance among 
students and professional .workers in the field. The club 
participates in many campus and social activities. Each 
year club members elect a club sweetheart and sponsor 
her for homecoming maid. This year Debbie Payne repre- 
sented the Agriculture Economics Club in the homecom- 
ing parade. The annual homecoming celebration, intramu- 
ral sports competition, and similar campus events offer 
club members an opportunity to develop their capacities 
for leadership and responsibility. 



1. V. Hurt — Head 
of Dept. 

2. J. Simpson — Ad- 
visor 

3. B. Clark — Vice 
Pres. 

4. C. Hill — Treas. 

5. T. Smith — Sec. 

6. D. Payne — AEC 
Sweetheart 

7. T. Carr — Pres. 

8. ). Stephenson — 
Rep. 

9. ). Hamill 

10. W. Couvillion, Sr. 



11. R. Williams 

12. A. Ramsey 

13. S. Ayres 

14. P. Kimbrough 

15. ). Segrest 

16. T. Hill 

17. M. Wilson 

18. L. Wilson 

19. J. Nevins 

20. S. Herren 

21. ]. Grace 

22. J. Griffin 

23. T. Woodward 

24. C. Wade 

25. S. H. Barret, III 



26. G 

27. T. 

28. L. 

29. R. 

30. C. 
31.). 

32. R. 

33. J. 

34. J. 

35. E. 

36. E. 

37. D. 
39. I. 



Ledbetter 

Rone 

Hogue 

Graham 

Grace 
Tillson 

Hodge 
Karr 

Peterson 
McNeal 
R. Brock 

Anderson 
Phillips 





230 




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Top right: Sweetheart Debbie Payne 




231 






Agronomy Club 



1. 


)ong-chul Kim 


13. 


Van Bailey 




2. 


Joseph Bouton 


14 


Jerry Grace 




3. 


Aubrey Earnheart 


15. 


Ion Naugher 




4 


Alan Turner 


1 6 


Allen McKnight 




5. 


Michael Leach 


17. 


Paul Johnson 




6. 


Winston Earnheart 


18. 


Danny Murphy 




7. 


Thomas Florence, |r. 


19. 


Michael Maxey 




8. 


Dr. Rollin C. Glenn 


20 


Thomas Smith 




9. 


Dr. C. Dale Hoover 


21. 


Dan Childress 







Bobby Palmer 


22. 


Dr. C Hunter And 


rews 


1. 


Michael Burchfield 


23. 


Alan Morgan 




2. 


Barney Cordon 


24. 


Roger Smith 







warn 



232 




Above, first row: M. Hocevar, C. Wallace, Dr. L. R. lohnson, ). Hammack, L. McLemore. Second row: A. Chapman, S. Crone, S. Sharma, ). Bush, P. McKib- 
ben, T. Bush, D. Pritchard, |. Baker, D. Cotton, C. Sorrells, F. Amador, P. Rasu, C. Shows. 



The Industrial Engineering Society of MSU, a student chapter of the American Institute of Industrial 
Engineers, acts as a liaison between the industrial engineering student, his instructors, and practicing 
engineers of both state and national industries. The purpose of the IE Society is the advancement of 
industrial engineering in theory and practice, and the maintenance of the highest professional stan- 
dards. This is accomplished through regular monthly meetings, regional student AIIE conferences, 
and field trips to various industrial plants. The club also has an annual joint meeting with the local 
Senior AIIE Chapter. 



AIIE 



The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, founded nationally on February 1, 1963, is 
the principal United States aerospace technical society. 

The purpose of the AIAA is to advance the art, science and technology of aeronautics and hydro- 
nautics. It provides an effective channel of technical communications among professionals in these 
fields through technical publications, national and local meetings, seminars and public information 
services. 



AIAA 



Below: M. Smith, D. Cole, J. Pittman, D. Higdon, S. Long, B. Bennett, M. Harmon, J. Male, R. Bland, ). Holzhauer, H. Donald, A. Astronaut, M. Arton. 




233 



Cadet Association 



The Air Force ROTC Cadet Association is an organiza- 
tion designed to advance the United States Air Force and 
ROTC, and to promote an "esprit de corps" among the ca- 
dets enrolled in the AFROTC program at Mississippi State 
University. 

The Cadet Association sponsors many activities such as 
the joint Army-Air Force Military Ball, an informal dance, 
and service projects such as a Christmas party for retarded 
children of the local area. These activities provide both the 
basic and advanced cadets with the opportunity to be- 
come familiar with military customs and traditions, the op- 



portunity to have fun and fellowship with other cadets 
and detachment officers, and the opportunity to enhance 
the name of the United States Air Force through worth- 
while service projects. 

The Cadet Association is governed by an Executive 
Council made up of a president, vice-president, and secre- 
tary, who are advanced cadets, and a representative from 
each of the freshman and sophomore class sections. The 
organization consists of all members of the Air Force pro- 
gram who are in good standing at MSU. 



Below, top row, I to r: T. Young, R. Hill, A. Pettigrew, Jr., S. McCain, H. Donald, K. Fulton, T. Bates, M. Smith, M. Thornton. Middle row: P. Summers, S. Yar- 
brough, R. Rominger, R. Blake, R. Dow, ). Cole. Bottom row: M. Matthews, ). )ones, ). Willingham, B. McGee, Martha Easterling, T. Wiley. Not pictured: 
Donald Abston. 



.Lh-;. 




234 



Arnold Air Society 











L. to r., first row: Capt. Peoples, Advisor; ). Callens, Commander; M. Johnson, S. Hutchinson, R. Blake, ). Braswell, P. Sullivan, T. Keating. Second row: B. 
Hill, N. Stevens, L. Livingston, K. Bicker, B. Dyer, B. Hicks, P. Summers, S. Whitfield. Third row: L. Hearn, C. Bryant, T. Wiley, R. Taylor, E. Mullican, M. 
McKissack. Fourth row: D. Higdon, W. Ratcliff, R. Bond, K. Wingate, ). Dugan. Fifth row: M. Mathews, W. Lacey, C. Harris, R. Rutland, S. Cole, H. Donald, 
W. Costilow, R. Price. Sixth row: M. Jarrell, H. Smith, ). Hodge. 




Distinguished 
Military Cadets 



L. to r., first row: George Jarrell, Tom Keating, jerry Callens. Second 
row: James Hodge, Norris Stevens, Stanley Whitfield, Paul Sum- 
mers. 



235 






Angel Flight 



Angel Flight is a national auxiliary of Arnold Air Society 
and a sponsor corps for AFROTC. The members are a se- 
lect group of outstanding college coeds selected through 
rush procedures. The Kenneth J. Snedden Chapter at MSU, 
one of 133 Flights in the nation, is now area C-2 Headquar- 
ters, having command of ten schools in Mississippi, Ala- 
bama, Tennessee, and Louisiana. 

The activities of the Flight are many and varied, but are 
centered around Arnold Air Society, AFROTC, the Univer- 
sity, the community, the State and the nation. 

The Angel Flight's Prisoners of War missing in Action 
Project was adopted as a national project. Working with 
Arnold Air Society and Columbus Air Force officers, the 



Flight obtained thousands of signatures. 

Playdays and cook-outs with Palmer Orphanage are an- 
nual activities of the Flight, as are the Christmas Dinner, 
The Spring Awards Program, and the Military Ball. The 
Angel Flight Drill Team has performed many times since 
its organization in 1969, representing AFROTC well. 

Area and National Conclaves held annually along with 
Arnold Air Society Conclaves, are effective means of com- 
munication among flights. The MSU Chapters of Angel 
Flight have hosted three of the last four Area C-2 con- 
claves and always have good representation at National 
Conclaves. 




1. Sandra Fox 

2. Peggy Peace 

3. Susan Buttross 

4. Debbie Player 

5. LaNelle Brett 

6. Margie Peeples 

7. Ginger Bland 

8. Debra Nabors 

9. Roseanna Campbel 

10. Jene Moore 

11. Connie Nash 

12. Linda Halley 

13. Cathy Bown 

14. Cayla Elkin 

15. Billie jean Swilley 

16. Sandy Sutherland 

17. Darla Mengle 

18. Debbie Tucker 



19. Betty Denman 

20. Mitzi Anthony 

21. Anita Norris 

22. Cathy Sutherland 

23. Laura Towery 

24. Julia Flowers 

25. Sandra Williams 

26. Barbara Bigger 

27. Cecile Whittington 

28. Dixie Ward 

29. Susan Turner 

30. Edna McFadden 

31. Leana Smith 

32. janie Mitts 

33. )ane Brown 

34. Linda Kyle 

35. Nancy Ehret 

36. lane Matthews 




236 




Angel Fight Officers: Left clockwise: Sandra Fox, 
Pledge Trainer; LaNelle Brett, Executive Officer; 
Linda Holley, Commander; )ane Brown, Adminis- 
trative Officer; Cecile Whittington, Operations 
Officer; Susan Buttross, Comptroller. 

Angel Fight Area C-2 Officers: Below clockwise: 
Susan Turner, Comptroller; Cathy Sutherland, In- 
formation Officer; Cathy Bown, Area Command- 
er; Debbie Player, Executive Officer; Betty Den- 
man, Administrative Officer; Leana Smith, Opera- 
tions Officer. 




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237 




American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers 



The American Institute of Chemical Engineers is the 
professional society for chemical engineers. The AlChe 
was founded in 1908 with the purpose of advancing the 
theory and practice of chemical engineering along with 
maintaining a high professional standard among its mem- 
bers. The AlChe maintains Student Chapters throughout 
the nation at various engineering schools. The Student 
Chapter at Mississippi State University holds regular meet- 
ings twice a month with programs made up of talks by 
practicing engineers from industrial concerns firms, and 
other information concerning chemical engineering. To 
supplement the regular meetings, field trips to industrial 
plants are scheduled to give AlChe student members a 
broader understanding of their major field. AlChe works 
closely with the Chemical Engineering Department in 
planning displays for Engineer's Week and other projects 
throughout the semester. The highlights of the school year 
for AlChe members include the annual AlChe Banquet, 
picnics or cookouts, and the selection of the AlChe sweet- 
heart. 




1. Dr. Chiang-Hai Kuo 

2. Prof. E. Clarence Oden 

3. Dr. John Weeks 

4. Nikun Ringwala 

5. Kaleel Rahaim 

6. Kevin Wade 

7. Thomas Renfroe 

8. Kathy Holmes 

9. Mr. E. C. Baker 

10. Raymond Seid 

11. William Tate 

12. Samuel Alexander 

13. William Barnett 

14. Lewie Sandel 

15. Craig Smith 



16. Kenneth Williams 

17. James Nolan 

18. Michael Connell 

19. David Hester 

20. Robert Lindsey 

21. William Williams 

22. Norman Stewart 

23. John Hutchins 

24. Bryan Hampton 

25. David Whittington 

26. Douglas McGuffee 

27. Terry Byrd 

28. Henry Griffith 

29. Thomas Dorman 

30. Bobby Green 



238 




Alpha Kappa 
Delta 



Alpha Kappa Delta began in the fall of 1920 
in the department of sociology, University of 
Southern California, when the departmental 
chairman, Dr. Emory S. Bogardus, proposed 
to the graduate students the formation of a 
society in which the students might become 
acquainted with each other's research proj- 
ects and where they might meet informally 
with the whole staff of the department for 
suggestions and criticisms. Consequently, on 
November 21, 1920, a group of 14 persons or- 
ganized the first chapter of Alpha Kappa 
Delta. The membership in Alpha Kappa Delta 
is limited to undergraduate students having 
high scholarship and to those doing sociolo- 
gical research. 



Front row: Alban L. Wheeler, Nina C. Stuart, Barbara C. Spencer, Philip W. Butler. Back 
row: John K. Thomas, William lerry Griffith, )ohn T. Pelham, David L. Aanes, Christopher 
M. Sieverdes, Donna D. Clark, Donna Lynn Sollie, Susan M. Davis, Linda W. Stewart, Mi- 
chael F. Edwards. 



The Mississippi State University Student Branch of the American Nuclear Socie- 
ty, known by most as just A.N.S., is affiliated with the national chapter of the 
American Nuclear Society. The objectives of this organization are to promote the 
professional development of its members by its programs and its relations with 
other student branches and with the parent society, and to contribute toward the 
development of Nuclear Engineering at Mississippi State University through activi- 
ties in which student members and the faculty may participate. 



American 
Nuclear 
Society 



Front row: Wesley Byrd, Matt Dicks, Early Ewifig, Dr. )ohn Paulk. Back row: Jesse Barron, Betty Jinks, Brent Rankin, Thomas Hayslett, Bob Lang, Alan 
McCurdy. 




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Alpha Kappa Psi 



Delta Lambda chapter of Alpha Kappa Phi profes- 
sional business fraternity had been recognized num- 
ber one out of one hundred and seventy-five chap- 
ters for the past five out of six years. In order to up- 
hold its national rating, Delta Lambda sponsors such 
campus-wide activities as the annual Heart Fund 
drive, purchase of a hearing-aid for a needy Starkville 
child, and the college of Business and Industry annu- 
al convention. Each is obligated to do his part in 
making these fraternity-sponsored activities success- 
ful. Delta Lambda considers itself very fortunate in 
having initiated Dr. W. L. Giles, President of Missis- 
sippi State University, Congressmen John S. Stennis 
and Thomas Abernathy, and the late Alexander Boyd 
Campbell, President of the Chamber of Commerce, 
as honorary members. The membership includes 
many campus leaders active as officers in the College 
of Business and Industry, Student Association, Stu- 
dent Senate, and leadership and honorary organiza- 
tions. The meetings of the Delta Lambda chapter of 
Alpha Kappa Psi were brightened with the presence 
of the pretty and vivacious Miss Kay Wilkinson, who 
served as fraternity sweetheart. 



1 


Ronnie Parker 


22 


limmy Walden 


2. 


Lee Bagwell 


23 


Sid Wood 


3. 


Fountain Barksdale 


24 


Andy Allen 


4. 


Chris Reafon 


25 


Tommy Darnell 


5. 


Dennis Cornwell 


26. 


Tim Douglas 


6. 


Donny Harrison 


27. 


David Wesley 


7. 


Richard Fergusion 


28. 


lack Jones 


8. 


Bob Woods 


29. 


Ron Stallings 


9. 


Ed Hicks 


50. 


Tim Cox 


10. 


J. College 


31. 


Warren Beatty 


11. 


Fred Nichols 


32. 


Keith Sterrit 


12. 


Ken Massey 


33. 


Philip Lovett 


13. 


Ronnie Poole 


34. 


Enloe 


14. 


Carl Smith 


35. 


Dick McElory 


15. 


Charles 


36. 


Boyd Luter 


16. 


Randy Millard 


J7. 


Mike Sappinton 


17. 


Charles Woods 


38. 


Billy Luter 


18. 


Ned Walton 


39. 


Ed Cheshire 


19. 


Kelly Swain 


40. 


Dr. P. Jones 


20. 


Jack Lee 


41. 


Dr. H. Lewis 


21. 


Kenny O'neal 








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Chi Epsilon 



Dedicated to ihc purpose of 
maintaining and promoting the 
status of Civil Engineering as an 
ideal profession, Chi Epsilon was 
organized to recognize the char- 
acteristics of the individual Civil 
Engineer deemed to be funda- 
mental to the successful pursuit of 
an engineering career, and to aid 
the development of those charac- 
teristics in the Civil Engineering 
student. Engineering, the applica- 
tion of scientific principles to the 
practical needs of society, is as- 
suming a constantly increasing re- 
sponsibility for the physical well- 
being of all people, and thus call- 
ing for competence of a high 
order. 



L. to r, Row 7. ). Sigman, Pres., O. (amaledine, A. McClendon. Row 2: C. Mann, ). Dawsey, V. Pres., W. 
Allred, ). Bittner, C. Middleton. Row 3: G. Bardwell, R. Hunter, B. Knesal, C. C. Hamby, L. Clark. Row 4: 
C. Mays, H. Garretson, R. Ham, S. Spradling. Row 5: H. Webb, C. Nickles. 



The Mississippi State Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers is composed of under- 
graduates at all levels of study in Civil Engineering. The objective of the chapter is to help Civil Engi- 
neering students enrich their college courses by beginning those professional contacts and associa- 
tions which, continued through life, are so valuable to the practicing engineer. Each year the mem- 
bers of ASCE can attend conventions of the ASCE on both the state and national levels. On the cam- 
pus the student chapter sponsors monthly programs featuring speakers on both technical and non- 
technical subjects. 



ASCE 



L. to r.. Row 7: Dr. Sinno, Adv., W. Aired, Sec, J. Rigby, V. Pres., C. Nickles, Pres. Row 2: J. Hamilton, J. Vance, B. Holmes, J. Norwood, E. Trahan, R. Foster, 
C. Mann. Row 3: R. Lee, ). George, ). Owen, R. Ham, E. Boyer, S. Spradling, ). Bittner. Row 4: T. Rayburn, G. Mays, H. Webb, W. McCain, M. Hunt, C. Mid- 
dleton, J. Sinman, D. Jackson, T. Temple, J. Walton. 




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Alpha Zeta 



The Fraternity of Alpha Zeta was established November 
4, 1897, at Ohio State University. Alpha Zeta was founded 
neither as an honorary society nor as a social fraternity, 
but as an honorary professional service fraternity. 

The fraternity's main objective is the promotion of agri- 
culture in its broad concept, while encouraging and devel- 
oping its actual and potential leadership. Burkett, one of 
the founding fathers of the fraternity once said, "The spirit 
of the fraternity was to give, not to receive; to serve, not 
ourselves, but the agricultural body, the whole cause of 
higher agricultural education and in every way possible all 
people engaged in the profession of agriculture." This ex- 
emplifies the characteristics needed by all members of 
Alpha Zeta. 

To be eligible for regular membership, one must be a 
male student in some field of agriculture, rank in the 
upper 2/5 of his academic class, and have completed three 
semesters of college work. 



1. M. Wilson 

2. R. Graham 

3. W. Oakley 

4. ). Edwards 

5. J. Doss 

6. S. Ayers 

7. K. Cummings 

8. B. Stokes 

9. S. Simpson 

10. L. Wilson 

11. R. Jordan 

12. ). Smith 

13. B. Garbo 

14. S. Edwards 

15. A. Earnhart 

16. D. Sinclair 

17. ). McPhail 

18. L. Temple 

19. ). Grace 

20. ). Tingle 



21. ). Moore 

22. A. Myers 

23. A. Morgan 

24. K. Pittman 

25. |. Stephenson 

26. C. Rounsaville 

27. E. Threadgill 

28. D. Mervine 

29. ). McCully 

30. H. Fulton 

31. M. Weaver 

32. ). Soborne 

33. A. Turner 

34. J. Teaford 

35. S. Brandon 

36. T. Florence 

37. M. Sanders 

38. R. Moore 

39. C. Thomas 





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Above: A. Morgan, Chancellor; A. Turner, Treas.; B. Stokes, Pldge. Trainer; 
J. Doss, Censor; J. Edwards, Scribe; K. Pittman, Chronicler. Below: Adviso- 
ry Committee: Dr. E. D. Threadgill, Dr. K. L. Cummings, Dr. Mercuvine, 
Dr. C. H. Thomas. 





Pledge Class: 


12. B. Cordon 


1. B. Stokes 


13. M. Allison 


2. ). Bouton 


14. B. Cresham 


3. T. Moore 


15. M. Burchfield 


4. D. Pickering 


16. B. Kennedy 


5. K. Wiseman 


17. J. Harris 


6. D. Laughlin 


18. R. Coker 


7. M. Biggers 


19. |. Bush 


8. N. Arrington 


20. S. Fowler 


9. T. Eaves 


21. ). Stewart 


10. D. Anderson 


22. B. Tomlinson 


11. G. Barber 





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Army R.O.T.C. 



The Counterguerrilla Detachment is a volunteer organi- 
zation that is open to all interested cadets. It is organized 
to train cadets in counterguerrilla operations, counterin- 
surgency, escape and evasion, map-reading, infantry 
weapons, patroling, use of the compass, hand-to-hand 
combat, physical conditioning, and to develop self-reli- 
ance, confidence and leadership in the individual. 

A large part of the instruction is presented by the Ad- 
vanced Cadets that are in the Counterguerrilla Detach- 
ment. This serves a dual purpose: it not only furnishes in- 
struction on the subjects mentioned above but also gives 
the advanced cadets more training in methods of instruc- 
tion and leadership. 

In addition to the training mentioned above, the de- 
tachment receives training from the 20th Special Forces 
Group of the Mississippi National Guard. This includes 
training in airborne operations and special forces opera- 
tions. The advanced course of study in the ROTC is de- 
signed to develop self-assurance, personal discipline, 
physical stamina, poise, bearing and acceptance of re- 
sponsibility. Classroom instruction in basic problems, in 
small-unit leadership, military teaching principles, branch- 
es of the Army, military tactics, communications, interna- 
tional defense and development assist in accomplishing 
these objectives. 





Top, front, I. to r.: Captain Tommy Youmans, MSII Instructor; Major Jerry Thomas, MSI Instructor; Major Ken Williams, MSIII Instructor; LTC Charles Spen 
cer, MXIV Instructor. Second: SP5 David Hanna, Administrative Specialist; MSC Horace Edwards, Rifle Team Coach; SFC Harry Polk, Supply Sergeant 
MSC William Cain, Operations Sergeant. Center: Colonel Forbes, ROTC Professor of Military Science. Below, first row: J. Caldwell. Second: J. Pitts, P. Stu 
art, C. Hahn, P. Jones, J. Young, H. Mixon, D. Rosamond. Third: D. Stafford, E. Mobley, J. Huerkamp, P. Flagge, B. Wells, J. Franck, J. Stephenson, R. Hamil 
ton. Fourth: N. Jarragin, A. Anderson, J. Beoddy, J. Radvanyi, J. Kinney, C. Brewer, C. Tubb, J. Lancaster. Fifth: P. Tucker, L. Gatlin, C. Mossina, M. Hollo 
way, B. Triplett, D. Scott. 



244 





Sophomores 



L to r., front: D. E. Jones, K. L. Massey. Second: C. D. Walker, A. ). King, W. L. Knott, C. T. Douglas, A. E. Godwin, T. H. Saterfiel, T. E. Tucker. Third: C. R. 
Faureau, W. C. Jee, W. Pittman, ). E. Green, V. L. Irby, R. L. Simmons, T. L. Williams. Fourth: G. Butts, W. L. Waller, L. G. Spoon, S. L. Wells, S. M. Vincent, E. 
T. Cheshire, J. R. Johnston. Fifth: L. Tressler, J. D. Cochran, D. P. Robinson, M. E. McCormick, H. O. Farrish. 




Freshmen 

L to r., front: G. Abihider. First: D. Senften, M. Triplett, R. Blue, J. Hutchins, W. Oakley, L. Harlan, D. Hendrix, G. Wallace, L. Townswend, A. Kelly, J. Baker. 
Second: Parrish, O'Brien, Pierce, L. Schmidt, Burrell, McLaren, J. Evans, M. Powers, M. Harkins. Third: G. Ronnsaville, Walker, Ware, Arnold, Purcell, Parks, 
B. Benyo, Norris, C. Kelly, Krohn. Fourth: Parkins, Yarbrough, T. Stanfield, Spearman, L. Bellah, T. Matthews, Bailey, Alford, Ross, R. Gibbens. Fifth: Hughes, 
Bender, Adams, Czerwinski, Chapin, Savelle, C. Thomas, S. Thornton, Bearden, C. McKinney, Fondren. 



245 




Juniors 



L. to r., front: W. D. Jee, ). R. Anglin, F. W. Davis, F. A. Nichols, R. T. Millard, K. Koenig, J. Latimer, W. M. George, B. C. Bozeman. Second: ). Dearing, B. R 
Stokes, W. P. Abbott, W. M. Crawford, F. A. Runnels, T. R. Parks, R. C. Westerfield, R. A. Flint. Third: W. Baggett, ). H. Box, F. M. Sutphen, ). M. Randall, M 
L. Edwards, F. L. Temple, J. L. Rockett, R. D. Herring, J. Teaford. Fourth: R. Barnes, J. E. Hamlin, J. Easterly, C. Hagan, R. H. Maynard, R. A. Walker, M. W. Mil- 
ler, W. H. McCain, ). R. Hamilton, D. Beasley, ). Dow. Fifth: E. Barkemeyer, R. Payne, S. Shanks, J. Thomas, D. Gammon, ). Hilkert, ). Hill, K. Stewart, 
Street. 




Scabbard and Blade 



L. to r., first: ). Anglin, F. Davis, J. Hill, Jo Ann Clark, F. Nichols, K. Koenig, R. Millard. Second: D. Gee, F. Sutphen, ). Hilkert, K. Stewart, ). Teaford, ). Hami 
ton. Third: J. Young, ). Hutchins, L. Townsend, ). Latimer, K. Massey. Fourth: E. Barkemeyer, M. Randle, |. Thomas, C. Hagan, D. Beasley. 



246 




Above: Officers: First row: C. Stanton, ). A. Clark, S. Tucker, L. Stone. Sec- 
ond row: K. Hillman, S. Webb, M. Barrentine. Third row: P. Paxton, M. L. 
Duplain, J. Thompson. Right: Scotchguard pledges: First row: S. Thomp- 
son, S. Speed, ). Brookshlre, D. Baker, S. Robertson. Second row: D. Daw- 
sey, B. A. Luter, D. Click, K. Dotson. Third row: A. Reed, J. LaBerge, D. 
Moore, C. Harmount. 



Scotch Guard 



The Scotch Guard was established on the Mississippi 
State University campus, March 3, 1969. This organization 
is dedicated to promoting citizenship, rendering service to 
the University, and establishing interest in the United 
States Army and the Reserve Officers' Training Corps Pro- 
gram and Mississippi State University. In their distinctive 
uniforms of kilts and tartans, the members of the Clan are 
easily distinguished among the student body. The adopted 
plaid is symbolic. It is an interwoven maroon and green 
with maroon representing the maroon and white official 
colors of Mississippi State University and the green, the 
color noting the uniform of the United States Army. 

While acting as sponsors for the corps of cadets as well 
as official hostesses for the Reserve Officers Training 
Corps, the members of the Clan find many opportunities 
to display their abilities in worthwhile civic and school- 
sponsored projects. 





Above: Scotchguard Activities: First row: K. Hillman, C. Stanton, ). A. Clark, L. Stone, E. Thompson. Second row: M. Williams, J. Thompson, A. Percy, M. 
Barrentine, S. Tucker. Third row: J. Lee, P. Agnew, M. Luke, M. L. Duplain, P. Paxton, S. Webb. 



247 



MSU Rifle Team 




1. Mike Kinney 

2. Stan Marks 

3. Billy Wells 

4. Wesley Trevett, Captain 

5. Mike Holloway 

6. MSC Horace Edwards, Coach 

7. Roy Blue 

8. John Bertram Thompson 




248 



The student chapter of the Society oi American Military 
ngineers is an association in which engineering students 
nd other interested persons join together to increase 
heir know ledge <\n(\ the public interest in the engineering 

>otential ot the United States for the nation's security. The 
ociety has a membership of 27,000 throughout the world 
nd presently consists of 127 local professional posts and 
8 student posts in engineering colleges. It was founded 
allowing World War I, in which engineers of the Army 
nd Navy had served with thousands of civilian engineers, 
II dedicated to the National defense. The Mississippi 
■tate University Chapter was organized in the spring of 
968 and is sponsored by the Vicksburg professional post, 
he major activities of the organization include inviting 
listinguished speakers to the campus as well as conduci- 
ng visits to points of interest throughout the Southeast 
Jnited States. 



Society of 
American Military 
Engineers 



First row, left to right: |im Young, Bennie Holmes, Keith Koenig, Howard 
Mixon, Ltc. Spenser. Second row: Rodney Bond, Harold Donald, Louis 
Bornman, Steve Cole. Third row: Tom Stanfield, Stephen Shepard, Robert 
Triplett. 




249 



Baptist Student Union 



The purpose of the Baptist Student Union on 
the Mississippi State University campus is to 
provide a well balanced spiritual ministry as a 
supplement to the purely academic disciplines 
of the University — a ministry sponsored and 
directed by Baptists, but most cordially open to 
all Mississippi State students who wish to par- 
ticipate. The program of BSU includes vespers 
and noondays in the Baptist Student Center, 
frequent times of social and fellowship activi- 
ties, annual emphasis upon basic life choices, 
seasonal observances (Thanksgiving, Christmas, 
Easter), mission trips, Bible study, counseling, 
seminars, music, drama, retreats, and a special 
ministry to International students. The promo- 
tion of the BSU program, while given guidance 
by a professional staff, is directed by a student- 
chosen series of BSU councils — the Executive 
Council and Freshman Council. 






250 



Freshman Council 



1. Beth Ann Luter 

2. leanenne Kirkpatrick 

3. Richard Harvey 

4. Carl Wallace 

5. Cuyton Turner 

6. David Rogers 

7. Calvin Kelly 

8. )immy Ross 

Top: "The Fishermen" — BSU folk group. 
Left: Wednesday noonday. 








Executive Council 



1. M. Edge 

2. ). Cooper 

3. B. Burnham 

4. S. Bradshaw 

5. J. Brawell 

6. ). Herring 

7. D. Johnsey 

8. W. Fults 



9. P. Presley 

10. ). Harper 

11. B. Kelly 

12. |. Smith 

13. B. Baker 

14. L. Townsend 

15. D. lones 



251 




Beta Alpha Psi 



Beta Alpha Psi, founded on February 12, 1919, at 
the University of Illinois, is a professional and 
honorary accounting fraternity. Beta Kappa, the 
54th chapter was installed at Mississippi State Uni- 
versity in November, 1960. 

The purpose of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage 
and foster the ideal of service as the basis of the 
accounting profession; to promote the study of 
accounting and its highest ethical standards; to act 
as a median between professional men, instruc- 
tors, students, and others who are interested in the 
development of the study or professional of ac- 
countancy; to develop high moral, schoJastic, and 
professional attainments in its members; and to 
encourage cordial relations among its members 
and the profession generally. 




1. James Parks, President 


17. 


Thomas Norwood 


35. 


Tim Cox 


2. David McClure, 


18. 


Billy Boone 


36. 


James Browning 


Treasurer 


19. 


Fred Nichols 


37. 


Robert Heath 


3. Beverly Holden, 


20. 


)ohn Temple 


38. 


Charles Scruggs 


Secretary 


21. 


Joseph Smitherson 


39. 


Joe Hodges 


4. Mark Smith, Vice-Pres. 


22. 


James Ferrer 


40. 


Aubrey Holder 


5. Leah Trawick 


23. 


Donald Mathison 


41. 


Bobby Newell 


6. Frank Montfort 


24. 


Norris Edmonds 


42. 


William L. Cross 


7. Mike Hawkins 


25. 


Ronnie Parker 


43. 


Billy Simmons 


8. Charles Bryan 


26. 


Joe Coble 


44. 


W. W. Littlejohn 


9. Harvey Trapp 


27. 


Rodney Brower 


45. 


Scotty Wofford 


10. Mike Crowder 


28. 


Max Warren 


46. 


Hoyt Owens 


11. Albert Spears 


29. 


John Harmond 


47. 


Kitty Worrell 


12. Pat Sandel 


30. 


Brenda Hood 


48. 


Dora Herring 


13. Harold Wilson 


31. 


Charles Seawright 


49. 


Lumas Toler 


14. Rusty Varado 


32. 


Dianne Hollingsworth 


50. 


David Dotter 


15. Lydia Edwards 


33. 


Maury Russell 


51. 


Dianne Duke 


16. Patsy Matthews 


34. 


Thomas Buttross 


52. 


Kelly Swain 



2i2 



Circle K 



The Circle K Club is not a social fraternity; it is a service 
organization for college men operating on the MSU cam- 
pus related to Kiwanis International. As a leadership and 
character-building group, Circle K helps to develop future 
leaders and citizens whose philosophy is founded on free- 
dom, initiative, the American and Canadian heritage, and 
unselfish service to others. The Club during the previous 
years has served soft drinks, donated and erected the 
bronze cast "BULLY" in front of the Union, and has been 
instrumental in starting a Starkville Key Club. Also the club 
has donated funds and time to various charities such as 
the Community Day Care Center and Red Cross. Through 
these activities, the Club hopes to develop the character 
of each member and to provide an example for the cam- 
pus and the community. 



William Mattox President 

Bo Kelly Vice-President 

Butch Slaughter Secretary 

Lee Harlan Treasurer 

Dr. )ohn Herring Advisor 

Dr. Henry Nash Advisor 





1. K. Johnson 


21. 


S. Bearden 


2. L. Wingate 


22. 


C. Curtis 


3. D. Rutland 


23. 


D. Dowdle 


4. T. Mikosz 


24 


S. Worley 


5. J. Davis 


25. 


W. Mattox 


6. L. Harlan 


26. 


K. Swain 


7. H. Cleveland 


27 


B. Fountain 


8. ]. Bryan 


28. 


C. Singleton 


9. R. Newell 


29. 


K. Mosley 


10. A. Williams 


JO. 


B. Kelly 


11. R. Smith 


J1. 


). Ware 


12. S. Edwards 


32. 


B. Waller 


13. B. Atkinson 


J3 


C. Dockery 


14. |. Catledge 


54. 


R. Jordan 


15. L. Holiday 


35. 


L. Demuth 


16. M. Jackson 


36 


B. Martin 


17. S. Mattox 


J7. 


K. Krohn 


18. ). Mitts 


38. 


D. Robertson 


19. B. Slaughter 


39. 


B. Robinson 


20. S. Prosser 


40. 


R. Rutland 



253 



Alpha Psi Omega 
and Blackfriars 







Blackfriars 






1, Helen Hancken, 


sec.-treas. 


16. 


Clyde Harthcock 


2. Kathy Rouse, president 


17. 


Lou Rains 


3. Dr. Cunetto, spc 


nsor 


18. 


Sharon Tumbee 


4. Charlotte Harve> 


', vice-pres. 


19. 


Thomas Gain 


5. Mary |o O'Leary 


historian 


20. 


Pat Hurington 


6. Gary Bunch 




21. 


Charlotte Carlson 


7. Judy lohnston 




22. 


Barbara Houston 


8. Shari Bulingsly 




23. 


Laura Griffith 


9. Barbara Kelley 




24. 


Ray Jordon 


10. Teresa )ohnson 




25. 


]o Nelle Smith 


11. Jean Scott 




26. 


Clay Caver 


12. Sue Hinton 




27. 


Melissa Heard 


13. David Cardwell 




28. 


Chuck Hill 


14. Sandra Williams 




29. 


)oe Weston 


15. Rick Reinbold 










« *M 



254 




Blackfriars Drama Society, founded in 1957, is 
named for the celebratecJ Elizabethan theatre in 
which a number of Shakespeare's plays were pre- 
sented. The purpose of the organization is to stimu- 
late, organize, and further interest in dramatic activi- 
ty on the university campus. Blackfriars membership 
is open to all students in the University and may be 
earned by frontstage or backstage work, and mem- 
bers who earn sufficient points are eligible for mem- 
bership in Alpha Psi Omega, the national honorary 
dramatics fraternity. 





Above, I. to r.: Alpha Psi Omega: Shari Bil- 
lingsley; Kathy Rouse; JoNelle Smith, Presi- 
dent; Dr. D. I. Cunetto, sponsor; David 
Carawell, vice-president; Mary )o O'Leary, 
secretary-treasurer. Action shots are from 
Look Homeward Angel. 



255 





Above: J. Doss, Pres.; R. Moore, V. P.; M. Converse, queen; D. Waller, 
Sec; S. Markow, Treas. Back row: R. Graham, yearbook; K. Pittman, Re- 
porter; B. Devour, Pledge Trainer; F. Shaw, Social Chairman; C. B. 
Shawver, adv. 




1. 


K. 


Pittman 


2. 


B. 


Breland 


3. 


E. 


Barnes 


4. 


C 


Morris 


5. 


M 


. Converse 


6. 


B 


Barnes 


7. 


S. 


Carter 


8. 


s. 


Merchant 


9. 


s. 


Markow 


10. 


D 


Waller 


11. 


D 


Jones 


12. 


S. 


Johnson 


13. 


D 


Demuth 


14. 


R 


Owens 


15. 


C. 


Shawver 


16. 


D 


Rogers 


17. 


B. 


Bell 


18. 


B. 


McKinley 


19. 


L. 


Demuth 


20. 


R. 


Moore 


21. 


D 


Morrison 


22. 


L. 


Meadows 


23. 


I. 


Doss 



24 


G. Martin 


25 


M. Whitfield 


26 


B. Devour 


27 


K. Newgard 


28. 


F. Shaw 


29. 


R. Cornelius 


30. 


D. Martin 


31. 


E. McKnight 


32. 


H. Brown 


33. 


S. Bradford 


34. 


R. Anderson 


35. 


F. Dixon 


36. 


T. Conrad 


37. 


R. Graham 


38. 


). Halloman 


39. 


C. White 


40. 


). Williams 


41. 


). Stewart 


42. 


A. Scroggins 


43. 


R. Sangston 


44. 


M. Ingram 


45. 


R. Wedgeworth 


46. 


W. Woolrell 



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Block and Bridle 



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Since the establishment of MSU 
chapter of the Block and Bridle Club, 
the club has challenged its members 
with three objectives. These objec- 
tives are the promotion of Animal 
Husbandry, the promotion of a high 
scholastic standard, and the promo- 
tion of a closer relationship among 
the men pursuing some phase of An- 
imal Husbandry as a profession. 

The Club continues to hold the 
Junior College judging Contest, the 
Little Inter-National Show. The 
AQHA-NCHA approved horse show, 
club livestock and meats judging 
contest, spring barbecue, and a 
rodeo. Representing our University 
at regional and national judging con- 
tests are the Meat Judging and Live- 
stock Judging teams, sponsored by 
Block and Bridle. 

Awards are presented at the annu- 
al spring banquet to "Livestock Man 
of the Year," "Outstanding County 
Agent of the Year," and "Honorary 
Member." 





257 



Development 
Foundation 



Over one million dollars in contributions for the 1970-71 
period gave the Mississippi State University Development 
Foundation its second largest yearly total since its organi- 
zation in 1962. The donations, totaling $1,004,327.58, came 
from 1,493 contributors. This compares with 1966-67 when 
1,104 donors gave a record $1,111,497.15, which included a 
one million dollar land gift from another MSU alumnus, E. 
B. "Dutch" McCool. His $500,000 contribution will be 
tacked onto a legislative appropriation of $1,500,000 to 
provide a new home for the College of Business and In- 
dustry. An additional $90,000 given by Mr. McCool will be 
used to light the baseball field. 

These periods mark the highlights in the Foundation's 
efforts to provide the private funds needed for Mississippi 
State to continue to lead as Mississippi's most dynamic 
university. All told, the Foundation's work — begun almost 
a decade ago — has yielded $3,517,528.94 in funds that the 
University would not otherwise have had available. The 
7,449 men and women who have enrolled in the founda- 
tion's program can look with pride at the progress being 
made by Mississippi State, for they have played a signifi- 
cant part in that growth. 






George D. Perry 
President 



. E. "Red" Ruffin 
Vice-President 



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D. M. Allen 
Secretary 



L. F. Mallory 
Treasurer 




The television lounge in McArthur Hall, MSU's handsome athletic dormi- 
tory. 



Mr. and Mrs. E. B. "Dutch" McCool of Memphis, who con 
tributed $500,000 toward the proposed new business am 
industry building, to be called McCool Hall. 



258 



Senator John C. Stennis, in whose honor the 
Development Foundation is raising funds to 
establish the )ohn C. Stennis Chair in Political 
Science. 




Mississippi State University's new administration building, named in the honor of the late H. E. 
"Slim" Allen. 




Much of the growth is elusive in terms of measurability, 
for it can only be sensed and not seen. In definition, this 
progress could be termed as added prestige and an atmo- 
sphere which imbues young scholars with the spirit to in- 
vestigate, inquire, and explore new realms of knowledge. 
Such an atmosphere distinguishes truly great centers of 
learning from their mediocre counterparts. Nourished by 
teachers with dedicated purpose and by administrators 
with an appreciation of the value of research to comple- 
ment the teaching program, this atmosphere is further 
nurtured by outstanding lecturers and eminent authorities 
whose ideas feed young, fertile minds. 

Such catalysts to learning have been furnished by De- 




velopment Foundation funds, which countless times have 
been used to retain valued faculty members through salary 
supplements and to obtain desired new additions to the 
staff. It is the foundation's money that supports the vari- 
ous lecture programs on campus, an undisputed boost to 
the total educational development of MSU students. 

These stimulants are some of the components of a great 
university, but there must be suitably designed buildings, 
properly equipped laboratories, and adequately stocked li- 
braries to foster the learning processes. In this respect, the 
Foundation's success can be more explicably measured, 
for numerous physical improvements and new facilities 
are realities today as direct results of solicitations by the 
Foundation staff. 

Past achievement have been notable and furnish a 
marked sense of accomplishment, but the Foundation's 
work is too critical to pause at any length for a backward 
glance when the present and future needs almost stagger 
the imagination. Much work remains to be done to meet 
the challenges of the future. But through the continued 
faith and support of men and women like those already 
enrolled in the Foundation's program, Mississippi State 
University will have funds it requires to reach still higher 
levels of achievement. 



The staff of the Mississippi State University Development Foundation, 
Inc., includes, left to right, D. M. Allen, director; D. C. Vandevere, estate 
planning advisor; Arthur Davis, director-elect; and Miss Tom Womack, 
secretary and administrative assistant. 



259 



Dairy Science Club 




The Dairy Science Club is com- 
posed of students majoring in Dairy 
Production and Dairy Manufacturing 
and other students with an interest 
in the field. Club activities include: 
an annual Award Banquet held in 
December, Edam cheese wrapping 
between Thanksgiving and Christ- 
mas, participation in High School 
Day with a booth and serving Missis- 
sippi State University ice cream, par- 
ticipation in the Ag Fair and an annu- 
al picnic for the Club and Dairy 
Science Department Staff. The Club 
publishes a newsletter each year to 
inform alumni and friends of Dairy 
Department doings. 

These activities fulfill the purpose 
of bringing together students with 
interest in dairying and acquainting 
them with the dairy staff and indus- 
try on a basis other than the class- 
room. 



Row 7, left to right: Perry Smith, Secretary; lames Edward, Vice-President; William Oakley, President; 
Mike Bouchillon. Row 2: William H. McGee, Advisor; Charles Eaves, Treasurer; )immy Webb, Ver- 
non Pruitt, Mac Walker, James Moore, E. W. Custer, Advisor. 



Elder 
Statesmen 



The Elder Statesmen is a 
group of campus leaders organ- 
ized for the purpose of promot- 
ing Christian fellowship and 
understanding between all 
groups in the university com- 
munity. Membership is limited 
to thirty members of the junior 
and senior classes. The club 
holds weekly dinner meetings, 
with films, informative speak- 
ers, and discussion sessions fea- 
tured as programs. 




Left to right, Row 1: H. Hughes, B. Kimbrough, M. Hazard, A. Walker, G. Spraggins, Doug Mauldin. Row 2 
P. Fisher, K. Bruce, D. Craig, J. College, D. Ferris. Row 3: S. Brandon, P. Summers, B. Smith, T. Darnell, D 
Cornwell, D. Kelly. Row 4: R. Chapman, C. Bush, W. Ueltschey, B. Gregory, J. Nelson, J. Bouldin, D. Pillow 
D. Armstrong, Dr. Dodd. 



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Entomology Club 



First row: H. Gebremedhin, M. Harnon, R. L. Combs, M. Poole, H. Fulton, 
.. M. Skelton. Second row: L. )ech. H. Chambers, R. Roth, D. Fabacher, O. 
VI. Baughman, C. Andrews, R. McCarty, ). R. Broome, R. Dalton, ). Hamer, 
H. B. Green, R. Clanton. Third row: C. A. Moore, B. R. Norment, F. G. Mar- 
vvell, H. N. Pitre, F. G. lones, C. A. Wilson, J. Worley, D. Whitfield, J. 
Fownsend, D. G. Holder, J. Jarrett. 



The Entomology Club affords its members an opportuni- 
ty to broaden their scope in the field of entomology 
through informative lectures by guest speakers and an in- 
terchange of personal ideas. 

The organization publishes a yearbook, The Maroon 
Probosics, which summarizes the yearly events of the En- 
tomology Department. The Entomology Club, which 
meets monthly, sponsors a social event each semester. 



Forestry Club 



The Forestry Club is an organization open to forestry students at Mississippi State University. The club was established in 
1948 to promote fellowship among forestry students, to create interest in forestry fields, and above all to develop a profes- 
sional attitude among forestry students. The club's fund-raising projects include firewood cutting, carried out on Blackjack 
Plantation. Among the social events sponsored by the club are the "Smoker" and an outdoor supper. The highlight of each 
/ear is the annual Field Day. The winners of each event go to the Association of Southern Forestry Schools Conclave which 
will be held at Oklahoma State during the spring of this year. At the bimonthly meetings, members have the opportunity to 
oroaden their knowledge through informative lectures presented by guest speakers. 



First row: M. Webb, R. West, K. Stocker, R. Smtih, R. Stuart. Second row: J. Hensley, C. Gibson, M. Burris, Q. Smith, C. Hagan, L. Temple, J. Sessums, B. 
Brown. Third row: T. Maddox, J. Thompson, M. Nash, M. Flowers, A. Bailey, B. Truett, M. McGinnis, W. Stogner, K. Nicholas, S. Gordon. Fourth row: L. 
Brown, B. Hillman, R. Whitney, C. Springer, ). Harrison, F. Porter, M. Oliver, J. Foster, ). Teaford, K. Stuart, R. Cagle, M. Ruffin. 




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Future Farmers of America 




The Future Farmers of America, commonly known as the 
"FFA," is the national organization of, by, and for the boys 
studying vocational agriculture in public secondary 
schools under the provisions of the national Vocational 
Education Acts. 

As an integral part of vocational education in agriculture 
in the public school system of America, the FFA has be- 
come well known. No national student organization en- 
joys greater freedom of self-government under adult 
counsel and guidance, than FFA. Organized in November 
of 1928, it has served to motivate and vitalize the systemic 
instruction offered to students of vocational agriculture 
and to provide further training in agricultural leadership. 

The Collegiate Chapter of Future Farmers of America 
uses the same paraphernalia and ceremonies as used by 
the local chapters in high schools. The Collegiate Chapter 
of FFA at MSU is sponsored and supervised by the Agricul- 
tural Education Department. It is an extracurricular activity 
having its origin and root as a definite part of the pre-em- 
ployment training of teachers of vocational agriculture. 




1. 


R. Coker 


15. 


). Pennington 


2. 


B. Smith 


16. 


K. Stringer 


3. 


P. Sherril 


17. 


J. Herring 


4. 


M. Winkeljohn 


18. 


M. Coleman 


5. 


). Ford 


19. 


M. Hatcher 


6. 


D. Sinclair 


20. 


D. Corn 


7. 


J. McPhail 


21. 


T. Bonner 


8. 


C. Walker 


22. 


P. Webb 


9. 


H. Ganus 


23. 


). Moore 


10. 


C. Nichols 


24. 


J. McCully 


11. 


D. Holton 


25. 


T. Sullivan 


12. 


). Williams 


26. 


J. towery 


13. 


R. Cornelius 


27. 


J. Ruth 


14. 


P. Waycaster 


28. 


J. Alexander 



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General Agriculture 

The General Agriculture Club was established in 1971 in order to increase interest among the students 
of agriculture and to bring about a closer relationship among those pursuing some phase of Agriculture 
as a profession. 



Pictured below: J. Sabin, ). Shackelford, H. New, S. Kozisek, P. Hunter, R. Nichols, H. Cuillin, B. Cox, S. Allison, ). Pennington. Top row: Dr. C. Thomas, A. 
Daves, B. Freeman, C. O'Neal, ). Lowery. 




Home 
Economics 



Below, 1st row: M. Love, S. Harris, B. Niernberger, Y. Rice, M. McDonald 
L. Kilgore. 2nd: M. Wilson, L. Jaquith, C. Webb, D. Niolet, S. Watkins, K 
Hony, ). Caskery, D. Cardwell, M. Luke. 3rd: C. Boyd, M. Simmons, M 
Mathis, M. Fontaine, S. Kozisek, K. Steel. 4th: S. Carter, ]. Sparks, C 
Brown, L. McLellan, M. Martin, S. Erhert, ). Mitts, M. Harned, N. Eddie- 
man, A. Percy, T. Hensley, F. Hurd, ). Eisel, E. Simmons, M. Converse, E 
Turnipseed, P. Sheely, A. Hearnberger, M. Clark, L. Minks, D. Hilmon, D 
Stuart, A. Collins. 



ideal home life for today 

unhampered by the traditions of the past 

utilization of all resources of modern science 
to improve the home life. 

freedom of the home from the dominance of things 
and their due subordination to ideals. 

simplicity in material surroundings 

which will most free the spirit 

for the more important and permanent interests 

of the home and of the society. 




India Association 



India Association has completed five years since it was 
organized in the spring of 1967. The aim of this association 
is to create a bond of friendship and brotherhood and to 
have a cultural tie between Indian Nationals and those of 
Indian origin and at the same time promote fellowship be- 
tween Indians, Americans and people of other nations. 
The association has the tradition of presenting many inter- 
esting social events which create great interest and enthu- 
siasm even among the non-Indians. Among many of the 
associations' social events, Diwali-Festival of Lights, and 
India-Nite are the annual social gatherings which provide 
a perfect vision of the rich cultural heritage of India. This 
year the Association proposes to celebrate Holi-Festival of 
Color to add more colorful hours in the life of Indians. 



1. 


C. Prasanna 


15. 


S. Singh 


2. 


S. Iyengar 


16. 


M. Rathod 


3. 


N. Kiran 


17. 


Mrs. Rathod 


4. 


B. Bharati 


18. 


Mrs. Dewan 


5. 


K. Ramakrishnaiah 


19. 


P. Dewan 


6. 


S. Singh 


20. 


K. Chapatwala 


7. 


T. Mishra 


21. 


). Patel 


8. 


N. Shukla 


22. 


J. Sinha 


9. 


N. Ringwala 


23. 


F. Williams 


10. 


T. Dhanani 


24. 


S. Sharma 


11. 


H. Patel 


25. 


R. Hindia 


12. 


B. Patel 


26. 


S. Patel 


13. 


Y. Asher 


27. 


R. Kachru 


14. 


T. Patel 


28. 


Mrs. Kachru 






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Industrial Education Association 



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The Industrial Education Club was established at MSU in 
1950 for the purpose of developing and promoting a more 
positive working relationship between industry and indus- 
trial education with the State of Mississippi. 

The Industrial Education Association membership is 
open to anyone enrolled in Industrial Arts, Industrial Tech- 
nology, Trade and Industry, Technical Education or Dis- 
tributive Education. 

Each year the IEA engages in such activities as the weld- 
ing of cowbells for Bulldog fans, construction of a float for 
the Homecoming Parade, and special education projects. 

The Industrial Education Department has moved into a 
new building. This new facility is completely modernized 
to emphasize and promote Industrial Education. 



Above, left to right: C. Smith, Sec; |. Moore, Pres.; F. N. Matthews, Spon- 
sor; B. Randall, Reporter; T. Anthony, Pari.; R. D. Brook, Sponsor: ). Corley, 
v'. P.; S. Watts, V. P. 




1 


P. Bordenkircher 


2. 


R. D. Brook 


3. 


|. Moore 


4. 


T. Anthony 


5. 


|. Dietz 


6. 


R. McMaster 


7. 


B. Randall 


8. 


t. Sudbeck 


9. 


S. Watts 


10. 


M. Dixon 


11. 


R. Rivers 


12. 


R. lolly 


13. 


). Frailey 


14. 


L. Fulton 



15. F. Dearing 

16. D. Farley 

17. R. Waltman 

18. P. Williams 

19. T. Hutchinson 

20. R. Mays 

21. L. Sheppard 

22. B. Irons 

23. L. Rawls 

24. M. Renfroe 

25. F. N. Matthews 

26. C. Smith 

27. |. F. Corley 




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IEEE 



The constitution of the In- 
stitute of Electrical and Elec- 
tronics Engineers defines its 
purpose as scientific, literary, 
and educational, directed 
toward the advancement of 
the theory and practice of 
electrical engineering, elec- 
tronics, radio, allied branch- 
es of engineering, and the 
related arts and sciences. 
Means to these ends are the 
holding of meetings for the 
reading and discussion of 
professional papers, the pub- 
lication and circulation of 
works of literature, science, 
and art thereto, and any 
other activities necessary, 
suitable, and proper for the 
fulfillment of these objec- 
tives. 




Landscape Architecture Club 




Design is the arrangement of forms in space. To the Land- 
scape Architect the forms are plant materials, water, earth, rocks 
and manmade materials arranged on the earth, projecting into 
and defining space. Through this design process, the L.A. spaces 
into environments which better appeal and relate to man. The 
criteria by which a design is judged are: How well L.A. defines 
the problem, in the light of the particular space, his client's 
needs, and certain design principles. 



Bottom, I. to r.: Vandiver, Berry, Baxter, Chapin, Davis, Arringtor 
Colilon, Yates. Second: Martin, Dorrill, White, Luke, Barber, McAd 
ams, Tidwell, Cook, Eaves, Lindsay, Darden, Moore. Third: Down 
ing, Gregory, Hartline, Thompson, Graham, Willcoxon, Easter 
Tucker, Barnes. 



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International Club 









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1. Narndra Shukla 

2. Sunil Sharma 

3. Dr. W. A. 
Hughes 

4. Susan Ballard 

5. Chumbhot 
Senivongs 

6. Panoo 
Satayavibul 

7. F. Amador 

8. Shahis Siddiql 

9. M. F. Kazmi 

10. George I. 
Anyanso 

11. E. I. Ogbu 

12. Marjan Hocevar 

13. Mahyuddin 
Mohamed 

14. Joseph E. 
Okundaye 

15. Shirly Fiord 

16. Kirit D. 
Chapatwala 

17. Surarit 
Sri-Arunotia 

18. E. B. Dassah 

19. Prachya 
Dhanyadee 

20. Hadera 
Gebremedhin 

21. I. T. Patel 



The International Club of Missis- 
sippi University was organized in 
1967. It was organized for the pur- 
pose of developing and promoting 
understanding and unity among its 
members, to provide a medium of 
inter-cultural exchange among its 
members and between the club 
members and native students on 
campus and to serve as an interna- 
tional service organization as well as 
a social club. 

Activities of the International Club 
are centered at the International 
House, 29-31 President's Circle. Here, 
students can conduct formal pro- 
grams, have parties, gather for inter- 
national dinners, or just relax with 
recorded music, T.V., ping-pong or 
chess. Here the Executive Committee 
of the International Club tries to 
sponsor programs and create an at- 
mosphere which will make this for 
the 224 foreign students on campus 
truly "a home away from home." 



267 



lonians Readers Guild 



Theatre may be defined as a medium characterized by two fea- 
tures: a text and a performance. In the traditional theatre the empha- 
sis is placed on the performance of the actors in their roles rather 
than on the actual literature. A need has been felt for a medium that 
emphasizes the text over the performance. This is the function of 
Readers Theatre. The readers try to communicate the literature in 
such a manner that the audience will hear the word, see the action, 
feel the emotion, and understand the ideas of and in the text. The ac- 
tion of the text should take place in the audience's minds, not on the 
stage. Readers Theatre is a "Theatre of the Mind." 

In the past, the lonians have sponsored such productions as An 
Evening with Robert Frost, Thurber Carnival, Spoon River Anthology, 
Reading the South, Archie and Mehitabel, Reading the Ante-Bellum 
South, a collection of pre-Civil War literature by southern authors, 
and Carl Sandburg's The People, Yes. 

The lonians Readers Guild is also involved in other activities. 
Members of the lonians conduct a story hour for pre-school children 
every Wednesday morning at the Starkville Library. On Thursday af- 
ternoons the lonians produce experimental reading hours in the 
YMCA Auditorium. These programs are student-directed and many 
of the scripts are adapted by the students. 





1. Barbara Houston 

2. Emily Winbush 

3. Tom Fewel 

4. Kathy Rouse 

5. Rae Dillion 

6. Mary )o O'Leary 

7. Charlotte Carlson 

8. Holly Hancken 

9. Helen Hancken 

10. Pat Harrington 

11. Barbara Cunn 

12. Gary Bunch 

13. Sue Hinton 
Nor pictured 
Shari Billingsley 
Susan Brown 



Marilyn Winbush 
Kaye Calvert 
Bobby Crowson 
Linda Daily 
Ronnie Dottory 
Mary Love Duplain 
Janice Hale 
Cathy Harmount 
Clyde Harthcock 
Charlotte Harvey 
Sara Kleban 
Cracy Luby 
Carolyn Nickles 
Vivian Smith 
Donna Stockton 
Cindy Vaughn 



268 




Kappa Delta Pi 



Kappa Delta Pi, an honor society in education, has as its purpose the recogni- 
tion of outstanding contributions to education. To this end it invites to mem- 
bership such persons as exhibit commendable personal qualities, worthy educ a- 
tional ideals, and sound scholarship. It endeavors to maintain a high degree of 
professional fellowship among its members and to quicken professional growth 
by honoring achievement in educational work. 




Officers 



President — Melanie Anthony 
Vice-President — Wayne Floyd 
Secretary — Melinda Love 
Treasurer — Tommy Saterfiel 
Historian — David Lance 
Sponsor — Dean M. M. Hawkins 



Melanie Anthony 
Nina V. Bacon 
Lela S. Berry 
Mary Bestor 
Lois E. Blain 
Dan M. Bland 
Rebecca L. Bowen 
Richard D. Bowen 
Rebecca L. Brett 
Frances Briscoe 
Larry L. Box 
Sylvia Burnham 
lames R. Cagel, jr. 
An Bonita Clark 
Carolyn S. Clark 
Rachel W. Courtney 
Paulette Davis 
Sandra L. Davis 
Ramona R. Doggett 
Sonya Ezell 
Sarah E. Fleeman 
Wayne W. Floyd, Jr. 
Randell K. Foxworth 
Paulette S. Frederick 
Annaray T. Cassaway 
Marilyn Geoghega 
Harriet T. Graham 
Adelia Griffin 
Mary Ann Gunter 
Virginia Hagwood 



Merrill M. Hawkins 
Elizabeth ). Henry 
Louis Hutto 
Gloria Jenkins 
Charles A. Johnson, Jr. 
James K. Jones 
Evelyn Junkin 
David E. Lance 
Melinda Love 
Hubert Lovett 
Barton W. MacNeill 
Elaine Madison 
Jane A. Matthews 
Karen Ann MaLaurin 
Buddy M. Mears 
Margaret Mercer 
Sherry A. Melton 
David B. Moffett, Jr. 
Raymond R. Montgomery 
Mary E. Moore 
Linda L. Nicholson 
Janie Norwood 
Nancy Nunn 
Clemente D. Pangallo 
Georgia A. Pearson 
Glenda J. Puckett 
Van D. Quick 
V. Carol Ratcliff 
Thomas L. Richey 



Jonnie B. Rodgers 
Paul C. Rodgers 
Liza S. Rogers 
Marilyn J. Rutledge 
Lewis E. Ryan 
Tommy Saterfiel 
Sharon O. Scott 
Susan Shamburger 
Joan T. Smith 
Vicki C. Smith 
Kay V. Speed 
Karen Stevens 
Alice Stevenson 
Rebecca B. Stone 
Clare Strain 
Cynthia M. Sullivan 
Charlotte Thorn 
Patricia A. Tripled 
Sydney Tucker 
Sarah Ann Turner 
Sandra Gail Waggoner 
Sara E. Watkins 
Janet E. West 
Elizabeth White 
Kay Wilkinson 
Glenda A. Williams 
Janis Williams 
Janet R. Wilson 
Marian Young 



269 



Little Sigmas 

of 

Sigma Chi 



In spring 1971, Gamma Upsilon of 
Sigma Chi Fraternity pledged and ini- 
tiated thirty little sisters into their 
National Little Sigma organization. 
These thirty girls represented the first 
little sister pledge class, and Gamma 
Upsilon is extremely proud of each 
of them. The Little Sigmas serve the 
Sigma Chi's in various capacities 
both on and off campus. Little Sig- 
mas are the official hostesses for the 
fraternity at all house functions, in- 
cluding rush, open house, home- 
coming day activities, Halloween, 
Thanksgiving, and Christmas parties, 
Derby Day and the Maroon and 
White game in the spring. 




L to r., Row 7: Sassy Draper, Janice Cerache, Sandy Cowan, Cindy Mura, Ellen Spear. Row 2: Ann 
Thompson, Sydney Tucker, Beth Richardson, )an Richardson, Susan Shamburger, Lillian Wade, Jo 
Ann Lees, Sandy Davis. Row 3: Debbie Lee, Nancy Carol Turner, Belva O'Cain, Kathy Head, Jan 
Coble, Kit Whitsett, Susan Turner, Cherri Tunstall. Row 4: Jane Miller, Viva Valentine. 



Marine Engineering Technology Society 




First row, left to right: Gilbert A. Cayaut, James D. Tate, Edward L. Moore, Sidney R. Sasser, George T. White. Second row, left to right: Prof. F. G. Bartlett 
advisor; Vance B. Henderson, president; Brooks P. Townsend, vice-pres.; W. Gary Rook, Corr. Sec; David H. Hone, treas.; Roy C. Belanger, Rec. Sec; Joe 
W. Janoush, Sergeant at arms; Robert P. Johnson, Joe A. Tillson, Lewis E. O'Leary, David T. Williams, Curtis R. Smith. 



270 



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Faculty Advisors: 

Dr. Joyce Ciglioni, left. 

Dr. Dora Herring, right. 



Phi Chi Theta 



Beta Pi Chapter of Phi Chi Theta, the first honorary business fraternity 
for women at State, is a part of the oldest women's national professional 
fraternity in commerce and business administration. Activities of the local 
chapter include: newsletters to its members and national officers, monthly 
dinner meetings, outstanding speakers from the business world, service 
projects for MSU, and initiation of honorary members selected by the 
chapter. At the annual Spring Banquet, Phi Chi Theta awards the National 
Key Award to an outstanding woman in the school of business. 





1. Beverly Holden — President 

2. Carolyn Stone — Corresponding Secretary 

3. Monica Fratesi — Vice-President 

4. Susan Markou — Recording Secretary 

5. )ackie Hubbard 

6. lanice Green 

7. Linda Goodman 

8. Betty Quin — Treasurer 

9. Sherry Donohoe 

10. Tonya Sparks 

11. Karen Hand 

12. Bernadeane Everett 

13. Cathy Greer 

14. Margaret Derden 

15. Patrice Swearengen 

16. Annelle Gunter 

17. )o Ann Keith 

18. Ruth Norris 

19. Suzie Bryant 

20. Janet Abrams 

21. Paula Morgan 

22. Deborah Payne 

23. Donna Massey 



271 



Phi Beta 
Lambda 



Any postseconday student par- 
ticipating in a business program is 
eligible to join Phi Beta Lambda. 
Members of PBL learn how to 
compete honorably with their col- 
leagues on the local, state, and na- 
tional levels; how to hold offices 
and direct the affairs of the group; 
and how to work with representa- 
tives of other student organiza- 
tions. One of the chief objectives 
of the organization is to develop 
strong, aggressive leadership so 
that these future businessmen and 
women may participate more ef- 
fectively in the business and com- 
munity life of which they are a 
part. Members participate in fund 
raising projects to finance trips to 
state and national leadership con- 
ferences. The club also has guest 
speakers, and sponsors different 
projects during the year. 




Left to right: M. Anthony, Mrs. E. Caddis, B. Rily, President; ). McCaugh, 1st Vice-President; A. Fortenberry 
2nd Vice-President; C. Waddle, Secretary; B. Hudson, Historian; S. Byrd, Parliamentarian; P. Parkerson 
Treasurer; P. Parkerson, Reporter; R. Ruff, R. (ones. Top of stairs to bottom: C. Magee, B. Bowen, R 
Doggett, T. Honeycutt, A. Brown, M. Hilbun, ). Morrison, S. Hardy, L. Mattox, M. Swords, R. Harrell, S. Ste 
phens, K. Robbins, N. McKebben. 



Physical Education Club 



The Physical Education Club is an Assimulation of physical education majors. Of their many functions performe 
throughout the year, perhaps their greatest contribution to the college is the officiating of the intramural sports. The P. I 
Club also sponsors the Mississippi State University Open Golf Tournament. The members of the club also benefit from th 
various speakers that discuss topics relating to the field of physical education. 



272 



Left to right, row 7. A. Vanlandingham, President; D. McCelland, Secretary; I. Lagman, Vice Pres.; Dr. D. Horn, Advisor. Row 2: S. Mathis, A. Watts, P. Rid 
ardson, P. Reeves, P. Vaughn, T. Callman, C. Easley, P. Cuerry. Row 3: S. Thompson, K. Thrash, ). Kemp, ). Hawk, D. Dabbs, J. West, A. Hammock, R. Fo: 
worth. Row 4: S. Harmon, R. Short, D. Campbell, G. Jones, R. Flint, S. Andrews, D. Sudduth, T. Courville. 




1. 


Rixon Sommers 






2. 


Richard Ferree 


16. 


Ben Watters 


3. 


Leigh Hummer 


17. 


Ed Cheshire 


4. 


Johnny Swayze 


18. 


Carlos Smith 


5. 


Steve Wilkerson 


19. 


Tim Douglas 


6. 


David Hemphill 


20. 


Bobby Giles 


7. 


Wade Jones 


21. 


Larry Thompson 


8. 


Bill Phillips 


11. 


P. C. McLaurin 


9. 


Billy Martin 


23. 


Mike Maxey 


10. 


Dave Gibson 


24. 


David Kerr 


11. 


Sledge Taylor 


25, 


Tom Halford 


12. 


Hamp Williams 


26. 


John Halford 


13. 


Tom Wiggins 


27. 


Franklin Myers 


14. 


Doug Dailey 


28. 


Alan Godwin 


15. 


Jim Barnes 


29. 


David Barger 




Philo Demos 



Philo Demos is an honorary leadership fraternity com- 
posed of 30 young men from the freshman and sophomore 
classes. Selection for membership is based on scholarship, 
leadership, and potential for growth. Since its organization 
at MSU in 1955, Philo Demos has had as members many of 
the student leaders on campus, including past Student As- 
sociation Presidents, Reveille Editors, campus senators, 
and others. The club meets for luncheon every Wednes- 
day and has had as speakers President of the University, 
William L. Giles; Reveille Editor, Haden Hughes; Coach 
Charles Shira; and other adminstrative and student leaders. 
The informal atmosphere of the organization gives its 
members the opportunity to discuss matters that are rele- 
vant to MSU and to learn the mechanics of operation of 
such a complex institution. Moreover, wanting to actively 
support the functions of the University, the club has en- 
gaged in various service projects related to the activities of 
the University. 




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Phi Mu Alpha 
Sinfonia 





Phi Mu Alpha is one of America's largest fraternal organiza- 
tions for men in areas of music. Founded in 1898 it is one of the 
oldest college-based professional organizations, having more 
than 3,000 men joining its ranks each year. One of the prime 
purposes of Sinfonia is "to advance the cause of music in Amer- 
ica." Music is the common bond of our brotherhood. As our 
membership grows we strive to bring the importance of music 
to view on campus. Our members are near the core of the musi- 
cal groups on campus, such as the Maroon Band and the Uni- 
versity Chorus to mention a few. 

The Lambda Phi Chapter at Mississippi State was the province 
meeting place for Sinfonians from all over the state during Feb- 
ruary. During this time Sinfonians came and took part in meet- 
ings to exchange ideas and projects for the coming year. The 
weekend activities were concluded with the initiation of the 
fall semester pledges of each chapter. 



1. Neal McKnight, 
Alumni Sec. 

2. Wylie Evans 

3. Kenny Wing, 
Warden 

4. Mr. Thomas 
Wasson 

5. Luther 
Livingston 

6. Kent Wingate 

7. Stokes McMillan 

8. Mike McCully 

9. Jimmy Key 

10. Cris Ballard 

11. John Thomas, 
Hist. 

12. David 
Nicholson 

13. Joe Dixon 

14. Stanley Hayes 



15. Mike Rogers 

16. Roger Pruett 

17. Laura Mobley, 
Sweetheart 

18. Trey Conlee 

19. Robert 
Whitfield 

20. Steve Cohen 

21. Kenny Hodges 

22. John Didlake, 
Treas. 

23. Danny Gammon 

24. Frank Bates 

25. Johnny Bittle 

26. Wayne Floyd, 
Sec. 

27. Al Young 

28. David Lance, 
Pres. 



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Pi Omega Pi, national honor society for undergraduate Busi- 
less Education majors, was reactivated at MSU in 1966 with Dr. 
Catherine S. Green as its sponsor. Members of Alpha Pi Chapter 
nust be within the upper 35 per cent of their college class and 
nust have achieved an average grade of "B" or higher in cours- 
es in business and education. The theme of Pi Omega Pi is 
Pride in Your Profession; Opportunity to Serve; and Progress 
hrough Education." 



Pi Omega Pi 



Standing, I. to r.: Byrd, Parkerson, McGaugh, Nunn, Tilley, Watter- 
son, Parkerson. Third: Bouton, Tucker, McKibben, White, Hodges, 
Vance, Love, Digby, Waddle. Seated: Ward, Fultz, Oliver, Hudson, 
McAllister, Howard, Whitlow. Front: Wycoff, Vance, Riley, Bowen. 




irst row, I. to r.: Beth Harris, Sister Watkins, Susan Good, Kathy Jones, Sharon Hardy, Susi Fisher, Mary Ann 
lofer, Susan Power, Ellean Sears. Second: Bety Truitt, Ann Percy, Suzanne Bradley, Gena Greenlear, Leah 
rawick, Mary Ann Lewis, Louise Rogers, Karen Lewis, Susie Hollinger, Melanie, Trevillion. Third: Daryl Click, 
usie Healy, Carly Sims, Jane Hawkins, Barry McGregor, Peggy Mitchell, Beverly Knight, Carol Graffer, Clare 
train, Penny Fielder, Ouida Evans, Angie Reed, Joy Cadenhead, Lynn Lott, Betsy Kimbrough, Pam Perry. 
ourth: Betty Black, Ava Fleming, Boo Webb, Rebecca Simmons, Sissy Stallings, Marsha Wedgeworth, Sandra 
err, Beverly Dean. 



Little 
Sisters of 
Minerva 




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Pi Sigma Epsilon 



1. Patsy Pierce 

2. Cindy Holmes 

3. Patrica Swearengen 

4. Mitzi Anthony 

5. jerry Dulaney 

6. Lee Asher 

7. Bill Landers 

8. jack Lee 

9. Stanley Ayres 

10. Don Dowdle 

11. Dr. Henry Nash 

12. Mr. Charles Golden 

13. Bo Kelly 

14. Ronnie Andrews 

15. Bill Rutledge 

16. Raymond Seid 

17. Nicky Nicholson 



18. Robert Farish 

19. Charlie Coleman 

20. James Wedgeworth 

21. Mr. R. C. Cate 

22. Ken Anderson 

23. jim Smith 

24. William Archer 

25. Rod Roberts 

26. Tom Halford 

27. Michael Shields 

28. Rom Flowers 

29. Jim Pfeiffer 

30. Don Bradley 

31. Mr. Gene May 

32. Mr. Ridge Thomson 

33. Mr. Clemens Reiss 



Pi Sigma Epsilon is a professional fraternity for 
those who are interested in marketing, sales manage- 
ment and selling as a career. Our meetings are on the 
first and third Thursdays of every month, the latter is 
always a dinner meeting, at which we usually have a 
speaker. Our other main activity is a sales project 
which helps to finance any other activities we might 
have, including sending a number of members to the 
national convention every spring. Membership is 
open to any male undergraduate who is interested 
and willing to attend the meetings and take part in 
the chapter's various activities. 




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1. 


Tommy Moore 


15. Stanley Doggett 


2. 


Henry Welch, Pres. 


16. Bill Caver 


3. 


Shirley Pearson 


17. Douglas Schultz 


4. 


Keith Wiesman, Vice-Pres. 


18. Ben Dilworth 


5. 


Carl Wallace 


Nor pictured 


6. 


Scott Varner 


Tom Brown 


7. 


Danny Thornton, Sec. 


Phil Mangum 


8. 


Louis Hogue 


Bruce Glick 


9. 


L. |. Dressen, Adv. 


T. C. Chen 


10. 


Kenneth Baker 


I. E. Hill 


11 


)erry Garrison 


Mike Watkins 


12 


Tim Waller 


Ralph Hurst 


13. 


C H. Thomas 


Tommy Culotta 


14. 


lames McNaughton 


George England 




Poultry Science 
Club 



The Poultry Science Club is an organization to increase 
the students interest in poultry and related fields. The club 
encourages close faculty-student relationship by direct 
contact with faculty and students. 

The club sponsors The Embryo, a yearbook edited by the 
student members. Circulation of The Embryo this year will 
be 400 copies. A barbecue is sponsored by the club for stu- 
dents majoring in Poultry Science, General Agriculture, 
and the faculty each semester. 

Meetings serve as a place for students and faculty to dis- 
cuss problems, have recreation, and to learn. 




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Pre-Med 



The Mississippi State Pre-Med Club was founded on the campus of Mississippi State University in the spring of 1969. Th 
purpose of this organization is to provide up-to-date medical information to all interested students; to show the impor 
tance of medicine in the state today; and to seek answers to questions, and solutions to problems confronting intereste< 
students. The club also served to stimulate and maintain interest in the field of medicine. 

Activities of the club include monthly meetings, sponsoring special projects such as the Rubella Project, and helpin 
with campus blood drives. This year the club will sponsor a campus-wide drug survey. The survey will be highlighted witl 
a convention on the Mississippi State campus featuring a national speaker. The convention will occur in the spring and wi 
be attended by pre-med students from schools all over the state. 








1. 


Dan Tom 




16. 


Mike Crecink 


2. 


Ann Hicks, Sec. 


Treas. 


17. 


Bob Myers 


3. 


Derryl Wheeler, 


Pres. 


18. 


Carl Jacobs 


4. 


Frank Dowsing, 


V. Pres. 


20. 


Kent Kyzar 


5. 


Peggy Tucker 




21. 


Steve Geno 


6. 


Claudia Hicks 




22. 


Bill Coodin 


7. 


Eddy Rigdon 




23. 


lames Hover 


8. 


Ralph Puckett 




24. 


Bill Temple 


9. 


Robert Flanagan 




25. 


Bill Lewis 


10. 


John Radvanyi 




26. 


Dr. Michelson, Advis 


11. 


Fred Smith 




27. 


Dr. Longest, Advisor 


12. 


Robert Davis 




28. 


James Hebert, III 


13. 


Sammy Ashley 




29. 


Wayne Caswell 


14. 


Barton Turner 




30. 


James Green, III 


15. 


George Waddel 









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Pre Veterinary Club 



The Pre-Veterinary Club, composed of students in preveterinary medicine who wish to qualify for admission to profes- 
ional colleges of veterinary medicine, was established at MSU in 1963. The Club is a major instrument for informing those 
nterested in veterinary science of the major opportunities available in the field. Since Mississippi does not have a schoolof 
'eterinary medicine, a five semester pre-veterinary curriculum is offered to students who wish to qualify for admission to 
professional college of veterinary medicine. The Club is valuable in furnishing its members with information concerning 
plan of the Southern Regional Education Board to admit, annually, sixteen students from Miss, to the school of veterinary 
cience at Auburn University. This year the Veterinary Science Club is having speakers from all phases of Veterinary work, 
o let students see that there is other work in the veterinary science degree besides clerical work. 




1. 


). Blue, Adv. 


14. 


R. Gardner 


2. 


M. Moore 


15. 


L. Gandy 


3. 


H. Wade 


1 6 


H. Thompson 


4. 


K. Kueven 


17. 


M. Wilson 


5. 


P. Hoover, Sec. 


18. 


R. Elliot 


6. 


K. Lane 


19. 


D. Kenney 


7. 


). Home 


20. 


L. Chapman 


8. 


N. Anderson 


21. 


D. Allen 


9. 


B. Sumrall 


11. 


J. Williford 


0. 


R. McWhirter 


23. 


B. Anderson 


1. 


R. Vincent 


24. 


). Alexander 


2. 


C. Anderson, Pres. 


25. 


H. Maxwell 


5. 


J. Tadlock 







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Seated, left to right: K. Templeton, Corr. Sec; ). West, V. Pres.; L. Mobley, Pres.; E. Winbush; C. Mills; L. Stone, Editor. Standing, left to right: F. Murphrei 
K. Mitchell; P. Paxton; S. Parkinson, Sgt.-at-Arms; S. Hollinger; D. Ball; L. Carlson; |. Shook; S. See; ). C. Nazary, Rec. Sec; K. Wheeler; ). Simpson, Chaplaii 



Sigma 

Alpha 

lota 



Sigma Alpha lota is an international professional music fraternity, dedicated to furtherin 
the cause of music all over the world. S.A.I., through different funds and foundations pre 
motes scholarships, helps new young composers, provides musical equipment for underpriv 
leged countries, and does many other similar things. 

Members of the music society served as ushers at some of the musical programs on carr 
pus. They served at some of the functions of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia-professional men's musi 
fraternity. Members of the group performed at a ladies' club meeting, and they also went cai 
oling with Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia one Christmas to all the homes of the music faculty, and t 
president Giles' home. 



Propbenders 



Propbenders is an organization within Air Force ROTC. Membership is open to all pilot and navigator category cade 
who are in the POC, on scholarship or are designated applicants. 

The purpose of the propbenders is to promote and further the understanding and goodwill of future pilots and navig 
tors of the Air Force, with the idea in mind that as future Air Force officers, they will hold high the fellowship and learnir 
that are to be undertaken. "We shall not let the past hamper us in building a better AFROTC, Air Force, and world." 

Left to right: M. Clay, Pres.; ). Willingham; T. Keating, V. Pres.; |. Callens; Susan Turner, Sponsor; N. Stefens; D. Abston; C. Bryant; L. Hearn; D. Romingf 
M. )arrel, Sec-Treas.; C. )arrel. 



280 





SAM 




The Society for the Advancement of Management, the 
recognized national professional organization of managers 
in industry, commerce, government, and education, has 
been dedicated to the advancement of management and 
of management personnel since 1912 when the original 
Taylor Society was established. 

The University Chapters are dedicated to the develop- 
ment of tomorrow's managers today. Over 200 chapters 
have been chartered in leading colleges and universities in 
the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and Iraq. 

The Society for the Advancement of Management each 
year, through its many plant tours and speakers has pro- 
vided a bridge for the business student, between the theo- 
retical training of the University and the practical world of 
business and management by bringing together executives 
in business and students preparing to go into business. 

These activities, in association with business executives, 
provide students with an insight into the actual practice of 
the management profession and further the growth of all 
students, regardless of their academic major, by stimulat- 
ing their thinking, widening their knowledge, broadening 
their outlook, and developing an understanding of the 
problems of business and an appreciation of the free, pri- 
vate, competitive enterprise system. 



Above: Dr. Paul H. Pietri, S.A.M. Faculty Advisor. Officers at left: Jack 
Garrard, Chairman membership committee; Doug Allgood, president; 
Kenneth Massey, Secretary-treasurer; jo Ann Keith, chairman publicity 
committee; Bill Moore, vice-president; Warren Wolski, chairman ar- 
rangements committee. 



L. to r., back row: William Moser, Terry Heatherly, Rick Crier, Allen Brown, Mike Shields, Clyde Duncan, Eddie Morton, Victor Birdsong, James Crosby, 
Ronald Thorne, Chris Hills, Julius Worley, Richard Walters, Creig Griffin, Ron Loggans, Haden Hughes. Middle row: Ronnie Andrews, Ron Howe, Ray- 
mond Seid, Frank Wells, Thomas Hutchison, Royce Hudspeth, Milton Oliver, Judy Biglane, Mike Hydrick, Roy Patton, Donna Massey, Monica Fratesi. 
Front row: )ohn Grafton, Kent Overstreet, Bill Lott, Jimmy Smith, Thomas Little, Sheila Sheppard, Thomas Sheppard, Walter Brown, Watts Ueltschey, 
Roger Reedy, Larry Mclntyre. 




281 




1. Fred Hill 




21. 


Vick Birdsong 


2. Bill Sage 




22. 


Robert Flanagan 


3. Lee Nutt 




23. 


Don Dye 


4. Phil Taylor 




24. 


Cleve Barham 


5. Charley Fallo 




25. 


Teri Miller 


6. Mike Smith 




26. 


Gary Pumphery 


7. lames Young 




27. 


Michael Gorman 


8. Tony Bignoli 




28 


Paul Potera 


9. Mark demons 




29. 


David Guravich 


10. Steve Tucker 




30. 


Porter McCartley 


11. Larry Kerr 




31. 


Tommy Trahan 


12. Mike Foresman 




32. 


Steve Potts 


13. Lynn Henley 




33. 


Mike Walters 


14. Billy Knesal 




34. 


Bruce Bagget 


15. Larry Favreau Guest 


35. 


left Braden 


16. Susan Wolcott 




36. 


Glenn King 


17. Roger D. Maxey 




37. 


Tom Dickson 


18. Mary Nickerson, 


Advisor 


38. 


Leo Provencher 


19. Dr. T. Charles N 


ckerson, Advisor 


39. 


Kurt Smith 


20. Erik 




40. 


Brijin 



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Sigma Omicron Tau 

Alpha Sigma Sigma Chapter 




Something new emerges at MSU. A new type of 
social organization, based on new ideas and building 
on new ideas. The first chapter of Sigma Omicron 
Tau is formed. No! Not a fraternity, but a new type of 
student organization. One based on a brotherhood 
of man, not members alone, but all men. A member- 
ship on a completely non-discriminatory basis. The 
purpose of Sigma Omicron Tau is to provide a social 
alternative or possibly additive to a fraternity or so- 
rority and to promote and stress active student in- 
volvement aimed at the betterment of our environ- 
ment, both social and physical. Yes! Getting it to- 
gether. 

Huzanga . . . Huzanga . . . Right on! . . . More SOT's 
everywhere . . . you might say, "A Rare Breed," and 
the more, the merrier . . . parties and more 
parties ... an ecology project . . . yes, Merry Christ- 
mas to all . . . Three Dog Night . . . Growing on new 
ideas . . . People getting along . . . Love to all . . . 
We're all brothers and sisters . . . Let's show it. 



Qfficers 



Faculty Advisor — Dr. ). Charles Nickerson 

President — Larry Kerr 

Vice-President — Phil Taylor 

Treasurer — Roger Maxey 

Secretary — Thomas Dickson 

Founding Members — Larry Kerr, Charles Fallo, 

Jimmy Smith 



283 



Society of 
Petroleum 
Engineers 



The Society of Petroleum Engi- 
neers of Mississippi State University 
is a student chapter of the American 
Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, 
and Petroleum Engineers. The chap- 
ter has received the Outstanding Stu- 
dent Chapter Award from AIME for 
three of the last four years. In addi- 
tion, it was named Most Outstanding 
Student Technical Society at Missis- 
sippi State University last year. This 
society exists to serve both the petro- 
leum industry and the petroleum en- 
gineering students. This year the 
chapter handled advanced registra- 
tion for the annual Fall Meeting of 
the Society of Petroleum Engineers 
in New Orleans, which was attended 
by approximately 6000 petroleum en- 
gineers from all over the world. 




Back, r. to I.: ). S. Allen, D. T. Oakes, C. T. Armistead, W. D. McCain, Advisor, J. M. Kirksey, W. J 
Howard, C. M. Cloud, T. W. Gatlin, M. P. Wright, A. E. Smith, E. L. Buttross, ). E. Thatch, R. Alman, R 
M. Pearce, F. L. Elliott, H. D. Allgood, Sec, C. K. Burgess, Treas., E. A. Armistead. 



Westminster Fellowship 



The Westminster Fellowship at 
Mississippi State University is the 
Presbyterian Church on the Campus. 
There are about 800 Presbyterian stu- 
dents-on the Campus this 1971-72 ac- 
ademic year. 

The purpose of the Westminster 
Fellowship is to aid in growth in the 
Christian faith while the students are 
preparing for their professional voca- 
tions. It aims to motivate students to 
respond to the Triune God in faith 
and its implications in their daily 
lives, confessing and witnessing to 
His redemptive activity in the world. 

Bible Studies is one of the main 
programs. Special emphasis is given 
to the person and work of Jesus 
Christ, to the necessity of faith in 
Him and application to the students' 
own spiritual life and ministry on the 
Campus. Since last year The Rev. 
Lemuel C. Nascimento, a Bible teach- 
er, has been a very effective and an 
impressive teacher. 



L. to r.: Glenn Martin, Debby Waller, Susan 
Markow, Frank Cartles. 




284 





Social Work Club 



The Social Work Club strives to promote interest in 
social welfare and social work by acquainting mem- 
bers with availability of scholarships and fellowships 
in social work, by keeping members up-to-date on 
various phases of social work through speakers, mag- 
azines, and periodicals, made available to all mem- 
bers, and by dispensing information regarding sum- 
mer and permanent employment. 



1. 


Debbie Mims 


12. 


Janice Bullard 


2. 


Jan Scott 


13. 


Kathy Bennett 


3. 


Cory Ross 


14. 


Bett/ Smith 


4. 


Christine Anastasio 


15. 


Miss Margaret Swain 


5. 


Miss Edna Ruth Davis 


16. 


Karla Jabour 


6. 


Joyce Hickson 


17. 


Mary Lynn Callaway 


7. 


Georgia Burton 


18. 


Kay Bilbrey 


8. 


Dianne Freeman 


19. 


Sandi Campbell 


9. 


Shelley Chipman 


20. 


Ellen Craycraft 


10. 


Donna Sudbeck 


21. 


Bill Perrett 


11. 


Gail Sappington 







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Theta Tau 

Kappa Beta Chapter 



Regent — lames Henry 
Vice-Regent — Westley Chinche 
Scribe — Gary Garretson 
Treasurer — Dorsey Higdon 



Theta Tau is a professional engineering frater- 
nity whose purpose is to develop and maintain 
a high standard of professional interest among 
its members, and to unite them in a strong 
bond of fraternal fellowship. 

Since Theta Tau is professional is nature, 
many of its members belong to professional or- 
ganizations. Theta Tau holds offices in the 
ASME, ANS, IEE, SAME, and the SPE. Although 
Theta Tau is not an honor Society, the fraternity 
has several members who are active in Tau Beta 
Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Beta Chi Epsi- 
lon, Blue Key and ODK. At present, members of 
Theta Tau make up five of the eight elected po- 
sitions of the Engineering Council. Several 
members were also instrumental in originating 
the student engineering magazine. THE MISSIS- 
SIPPI STATE ENGINEER, now on campus, and 
this year several members hold key positions on 
the staff. 

Although the aim of the fraternity is profes- 
sional, the social aspect consist of several 
parties throughout the year, culminated by the 
formal Senior Recognition Banquet in the 
Spring. 




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286 







1. 


Billy Chandler 


23. Diego Armijos 


2. 


Jimmy Moon 


24. Kaleel Rahaim 


3. 


lames Henry 


25. Jeff Gilbert 


4. 


Richard Vertz 


26. Stan Whitfield 


5. 


)im Holzhauer 


27. Bill Bennett 


6. 


Matt Dicks 


28. Mickey Little 


7. 


Bill Shepherd 


29. Jane Berry 


8. 


Mack Mutchler 


30. Barry Royals 


9. 


)erry Bush 


31. Tom Renfroe 


10. 


Dave Bushman 


32. Gary Garretson 


11. 


Jeff Watkins 


Not pictured: 


12. 


Terry Bush 


Warren Hatcher 


13. 


John Rigby 


Bill Johnson 


14. 


Johnny Miller 


Bill Horn 


15. 


Gary Shows 


Dorsey Higdon 


16. 


Robert Seyfarth 


Joe Fuller 


17. 


Edgar Holt 


Chester Harris 


18. 


Westly Chiniche 


Stan Nalley 


19. 


Brent Rankin 


Chuck Pierce 


20. 


Kenny Williams 


Butch Woodley 


21. 


Wayne Chenault 


Sid West 


22. 


Ernie Buttross 






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Wesley Foundation 





The Wesley Foundation at Mississippi State seeks to be re- 
sponsive to the call of God in the university community. In 
doing this we share many common concerns with other 
Christian ministries on the campus. To more effectively min- 
ister to these concerns we are a part of the University Com- 
mon Ministry which is a cooperative effort between the 
ministries of the Disciples of Christ, Episcopal, Lutheran, 
Presbyterian, Roman Catholic and United Methodist church- 
es. In this context we sponsor a church service on campus, a 
marriage preparation seminar, the Evelyn Wood Reading Dy- 
namics program, a tutoring service for college students, ser- 
vice projects, a faculty program, a prenatal and child care 
course, continuing education programs for clergy, and we 
offer pastoral counseling for the university community. In 
addition Wesley sponsors a choir and a Sunday morning 
seminar. Our life and activity is an attempt to offer ourselves 
as living witnesses to Christ as Lord. 





1. Diane Halford, Sec. 

2. Libby Holder, Treas. 

3. Denise Halford 

4. Susie Moorhead 

5. "B. J. Maxey 

6. Mike Edwards 

7. Dwight Jeffries 

8. Bill Atkinson, V. Pres. 

9. Eddie Norris 

10. Jim Ford 

11. Cecil Allen 

12. Beverly Baker 

13. Mary Turner 

14. Marilyn Windbush 

15. Emily Windbush 

16. Janice Green 



17. Ed Curtis, Director 

18. Ralph Bender 

19. Mike Cloud 

20. Lester Bellah 

21. Dan Pickering 

22. Steve Cole, Pres. 

23. Harry Davis 

24. Kenneth Mosby 

25. Darrel Bates 

26. Melvin Campbell 

27. Steve Hopper 

28. Arthur McKinney 

29. Jerry Erickson 

30. Lynn Bellah 

31. Jim Lee 



289 



Xi Sigma Pi 



Xi Sigma Pi forestry fraternity was founded at the Uni- 
versity of Washington on November 24, 1908. It existed as 
a local honor society there until 1915 when, under a new 
constitution and executive, the Washington society was 
designated as Alpha Chapter and efforts were begun to af- 
filiate with honoraries at other forestry schools. Member- 
ship through the years including active, alumni, associate 
and honorary grads now exceeds 10,000 — a signigicant 
percentage of the forestry graduates in our country today. 

The objectives of Xi Sigma Pi are to secure and maintain 
a high standard of scholarship in forestry education, to 
work for the improvement of the forestry profession and 
to promote a fraternal spirit among those engaged in ac- 
tivities related to the forest. 

Each chapter of Xi Sigma Pi has its own unique programs 
for developing scholarship and leadership individually and 
generally. Forestry and social activites are encouraged 
through participation in projects of local forestry clubs 
and by special chapter projects to benefit the host school. 



1. Lee Temple 

2. Bud Truett, Sec.-tres. 

3. Bill McKee 

4. Lanny Autry 

5. Gene Rice 

6. Mike Sanders, sgt. Arms 

7. Jim Teaford, Pres. 



8. Jerry Whitaker 

9. Mr. R. Robertson 

10. Dr. J. E. Moak 

11. John Tingle 

12. Dr. H. Bhullar 

13. Roy West, V. P. 





290 




YMCA 




1. Theortis Erwin 

2. Mary L. Wright 

3. Cretta Eubanks 

4. Deborah Sherrod 

5. Jacquelyn L. Bryant 

6. Gloria Johnson 

7. Alvin Jackson 

8. Coleman C. Wicks 

9. Vick Birdsong 

10. Robert L. Barnes, )r. 

11. K. D. Chapatwala 

12. Ken C. Trivillion 

13. Fletcher Odom 

14. Richard Brince 

15. Eddie S. 
Washington 

16. Dwight Presley 



The Student YMCA of Mississippi 
State University is not the traditional 
"Y." It is instead a place to be involved 
with the issues, programs, and peoples 
of today. 

The "Y" has served as the sounding 
board of this university, slowly through 
the years taking upon itself controver- 
sial programs with which the university 
would not involve itself. It has provided 
a place for creative students who 
sought only a chance to test their ideas, 
a place to experiment. 

The "Y" emphasis on involvement is 
reflected in the student-oriented pro- 
grams sponsored this year. The "Y" has 
involved itself with providing diverse 
types of entertainment for the campus. 
Through the Free University programs 
sponsored by the "Y", students may ex- 
press themselves in any area of interest. 
Among these programs have been a 
Human Sexuality Forum, a photography 
course for "beginners," and a powder- 
puff mechanics course. The "Y" is in- 
volvement, Involvement is the "Y." 



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AB5TON, DONALD EUGENE 

Business 

ADCOCK. ROBERT JEFFREY 

Business 

ADCOX, |OHN W., JR. 

Education 

ACOSTINELLI, THOMAS ALLEN 

Engineering 

AHLVIN, ALIX ELIZABETH 

History 

ALLDAY, BETTY L 

Social Work 

ALLEN, |AMES ANDREW 

Accounting 

ALLEN, JAMES TERRY 

Education 

ALLEN, MAGGIE JANET 

Business 

ALLGOOD, HAROLD D 

Business 

ALLRED, GEORGE WAYNE 

Engineering 

ANDERSON, KENNETH RICHARD 

Marketing 

ANGLIN, RICHARD HARVEY, |R 

Engineering 

ANTHONY, TEDDY ALEXANDER 

Education 

ANTHONY, TOMMY VAN 

Education 

ARENTSON, ROBERT MINARD, JR. 

Arts & Sciences 

ARMIJOS, DIEGO P. 

Engineering 

ARRINGTON, ALAN GLEN 

Accounting 

ASHLEY, LOUIE D., JR 

Education 

ATKINSON, THOMAS JOHN 

Engineering 

AVERY, DONALD B., JR. 

Education 

AWAD, ELIE, T. 

Engineering 

BACON, NINA VIRGINIA 

Education 

BAESSLER, RONALD HERBERT 

Education 

BAGWELL, WILLIAM LEE 

Agriculture 

BAILEY, CHARLES PATRICK 

Engineering 

BAILEY, JAMES ANDREW 

Forestry 

BAKER, JAMES DWIGHT 

Business 

BANKSTON, MICHAEL DAVID 

Education 

BARBER, CHERYL ALLENE 

Business 

BARBER, GERALD RAY 

Agriculture 

BARDWELL, GLENN CORRELL 

Engineering 

BARKEMEYER, ERIC PAUL 

Agriculture 

BARKSDALE, J. FOUNTAIN 

Business 

BARNES, LEE GUSTER 

Education 

BARNES, PHILIP McKINLEY 

Agriculture 

BARNES, ROBERT L., JR. 

Arts & Science 

BARNES, THOMAS MILO 

Engineering 

BARNETT, BECKY HUNTER 

Education 

BARNETT, WILLIAM ALLEN 

Engineering 

BARRENTINE, MELANIE MAUDE 

Arts & Science 

BARRETT, KATHY LYNN 

Education 

BARTLETT, BILLY JOE 

Business 

BASSETT, JAMES RICHARD 

Business 

BATES, BUFORD BLANE 

Engineering 

BATSON, MARTHA LYNN 

Education 

BEAN, HENRY L„ JR. 

Business 

BEAN, JERRY FELIX 
Education 
BEARD, LYNTIS H. 
Arts & Sciences 
BEARDEN, BILL 
Arts & Sciences 
BEASLEY, DANNY J. 
Arts & Sciences 
BEATTY, BETTY LOU F. 
Arts & Sciences 
BEATTY, WARREN ALLAN 
Business 



Booneville 

West Point 

Ridgeland 

Picayune 

Lyon 

Vicksburg 

Tomnolen 

Raymond 

Vardaman 

Jackson 

Decatur 

Brookhaven 

Laurel 

Tupelo 

Union 

Conehatta 

Columbus 

Ecuador, S A. 

Jackson 
lackson 
Jackson 
Pascagoula 
State College 
lackson 

Starkville 

Eupora 

Meridian 

Oxford 

Lexington 

Stringer 

Ripley 

Starkville 

Brookhaven 

West Point 

Jackson 

Taylorsville 

Starkville 

Brookhaven 

Blytheville, Arkansas 

Mantee 

Newton 

Starkville 

Decatur 

Columbus 

Starkville 

Belmont 

Greenville 

Okolona 

West Point 
Greenville 
Columbus 
Carnwell, Mo. 
Pascagoula 
West Point 




294 



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The University, I feel, cannot be too far ahead of 
what society wants or too far behind what the stu- 
dents will allow. 

Dr. A. W. Rodgers 
on dorm visitation 




BECK, GLENN RAYMOND 




Engineering 


Carriere 


BECKHAM, LEONARD DOUGLAS 




Arts & Sciences 


West Point 


BENNETT, IAMES HUBERT 




Education 


Walnut 


BENNETT, NANNIE IOINER 




Business 


West Point 


BENTON, LELAND WAYNE 




Education 


Jackson 


BERDAMI, MARGARET L. 




Education 


Meridian 


BIGLANE, JUDY MARGARET 




Business 


Natchez 


BILBO, DENNIS EDWARD 




Engineering 


Starkville 


BILBREY, KAY L. 




Business 


Vicksburg 


BILLINGSLEY, DOROTHY SHARO 




Arts & Sciences 


Nesbit 


BITTNER, JAMES NORMAN 




Engineering 


Starkville 


BLACKWELL, DAVID DURR 




Forestry 


Perkinston 


BLAKE, RICHARD C 




Business 


Tupelo 


BLAKELY, IAMES WILLIAM, )R 




Arts & Sciences 


Grenada 


BLOCKER, CLARENCE RICHARD 




Business 


Edinburg 


BLOUNT, TERESA H 




Education 


Union 


BOND, IOHN P. 




Agriculture 


Memphis, Tenn. 


BOREN, EDNA MARIE 




Education 


Porterville 


BORNMAN, LOUIS GOWAN, JR. 




Engineering 


Clarksdale 


BOSWELL, FRANK ELLIS 




Business 


Mt. Pleasant 


BOUNDS, ALBERT ALLEN 




Engineering 


DeKalb 


BOUTON, JOSEPH HENRY 




Agriculture 


Starkville 


BOUTON, MARY JEANNE 




Education 


Starkville 


BOWEN, ERNEST LAKE, III 




Education 


Tupelo 


BOWEN, JAMES LARRY 




Agriculture 


Mize 


BOWEN, JAMES PAUL 




Business 


Fulton 


BOWEN, REBECCA LOVE 




Education 


Mathiston 


BOWEN, RICHARD DANIEL 




Education 


Mathiston 


BOWLES, WILLIAM JEFFREY 




Engineering 


Biloxi 


BOWLIN, GEORGE E 




Education 


Liberty 


BOYD, JERELENE H. 




Business 


Starkville 


BOYKIN, DELIA KAYE 




Engineering 


Gulfport 


BRACKSTONE, DEBORAH W 




Education 


Corinth 


BRADDOCK, PHILIP ANDREW 




Business 


Falkner 


BRANDON, STEPHEN ARTHUR 




Agriculture 


West Helena, Ark. 


BRANTLEY, MARY EVELYN 




Arts & Sciences 


Amory 


BRAMNER, DAVID RAY 




Business 


Corinth 


BRELAND, FRED B. 




Engineering 


Bay St. Louis 


BRICKEY, CHARLES LEE 




Business 


Mans, Tenn. 


BRIGHT, JERRY LUTHER 




Education 


Shannon 


BRINKLEY, DAVID MICHAEL 




Education 


Tiplersville 


BRISCOE, JAMES HOWARD 




Business 


Kosciusko 


BRISCOE, RICHARD LEE 




Business 


Greenville 


BROCK, HERMAN B. 




Education 


Poplarville 


BROOKS, BARBARA LYNN 




Arts & Sciences 


Springfield, III. 


BROOKSHIRE, NEWTON D. 




Agriculture 


Meridian 


3ROUSSARD, DAVID WAYNE 




Education 


Biloxi 


BROWER, RODNEY CECIL 




Business 


Coffeeville 


BROWN, FRANCES MARDELLE 




Arts & Sciences 


Greenwood 


BROWN, RUFUS ANDREW 




Engineering 


Bailey 


BROWNING, JAMES ALLEN 




Business 


New Albany 



295 



Seniors 



BRUBAKER, CAROL M, 




Agriculture 


Lititz, Pa 


BRYAN, CHARLES ROBERT 




Business 


Carthage 


BRYANT, CAROLYN SUE 




Arts & Sciences 


West Point 


BULLARD, WILLIAM HAROLD 




Education 


Corinth 


BULLOCK, KAREN 




Arts & Sciences 


Brooksville 


BURCHFIELD, MICHAEL 1 




Agriculture 


Ackerman 


BURGESS, CARROLL KENNEDY 




Engineering 


Brookhaven 


BURNHAM, BETTY G. 




Education 


Jackson 


BURNHAM, SYLVIA |OYCL 




Education 


Brandon 


BURRIS, EDDIE MILTON 




Forestry 


Magnolia 


BURROUGHS, TERRY HAL 




Education 


Aberdeen 


BURT, RICHARD FLOYD 




Arts & Sciences 


Columbus 


BURTON, GEORGIA BRYAN 




Arts & Sciences 


Starkville 


BUSH, IERRY GWIN 




Engineering 


Laurel 


BUSH, TERRY L. 




Engineering 


Laurel 


BUSHMAN, DAVID LYNN 




Engineering 


Winton, Calif. 


BUTLER, ALVIE GORDEN 




Education 


Darsey 


BUTLER, PATSY LORETTA 




Education 


Vernon, Ala. 


BUTLER, PHILLIP WARREN 




Arts & Sciences 


Corinth 


BUTLER, SARAH |ANE 




Education 


Tupelo 


BUTTROSS, ERNEST LOUIS, |R. 




Engineering 


Canton 


BYRD, SHARON LOUISE 




Education 


Aberdeen 


BYRD, TERRY LYNN 




Engineering 


Brookhaven 


BYRD, WESLEY LEONARD 




Engineering 


Starkville 


CAIN, GEORGE QUITMAN 




Business 


Vicksburg 


CALLENS, IERRY DUANE 




Arts & Sciences 


Greenwood 


CAMPBELL, ELIZABETH ANN 




Education 


Pontotoc 


CAMPBELL, ROBERT DAN 




Education 


Brandon 


CAMPBELL, ROY L. 




Engineering 


Starkville 


CAMPBELL, CANDI |EAN 




Arts & Sciences 


Ridgeland 


CANNON, MARY ANN 




Education 


Starkville 


CARLSON, CHARLOTTE ANN 




Education 


Amory 


CARLSON, LINDA LEE 




Education 


Starkville 


CARLTON, WILLIAM W. 




Education 


Starkville 


CARPENTER, RICKEY EARL 




Education 


Yazoo City 


CARPENTER, ROBERT LAMB 




Education 


Cleveland 


CARR, TIMOTHY B. 




Agriculture 


Centreville 


CARROLL, DONALD EDWARD 




Engineering 


Starkville 


CARSON, CHARLES MARION 




Business 


Lexington 


CARTER, CHARLES T. 




Education 


Starkville 


CARTER, LETA REBECCA 




Education 


Rolling Fork 


CARTER, RALPH RICHARD 




Arts & Sciences 


Fulton 


CARTER, SUSAN 




Agriculture 


Raymond 


CARTWRIGHT, CHARLES W 




Agriculture 


Booneville 


CARUTHERS, MARGARET R 




Arts & Sciences 


Starkville 


CASE, WILLIAM DOUGLAS, |R 




Education 


lackson 


CASTLES, CHARLES PALMER 




Business 


Tupelo 


CASTLES, GAIL WATERS 




Arts & Sciences 


Tupelo 


CASTLES, HUGH DAVIDSON 




Education 


Starkville 


CAVER, WILLIAM LUTHER 




Agriculture 


Booneville 


CHAMBERS, MICHAEL LEE 




Education 


lackson 




296 



Seniors 




CHANDLER, ADRIAN HARRIS 




Business 


Starkville 


CHANEY, IAMES L. 




Business 


Louisville 


CHAPMAN, ARTHUR WILLIAM 




Engineering 


Lambert 


CHARLTON, IOHN JACK 




Business 


State College 


CHINICHE, WESLEY S. 




Engineering 


Biloxi 


CHISM, |. C. 




Education 


Starkville 


CHOATE, TAZEL ARTHER 




Education 


Corinth 


CHRJSTIAN, DON ANDREW 




Education 


Columbus 


CLARK, IO ANN 




Education 


Hattiesburg 


CLARK, MARION ANNETTE 




Agriculture 


Madison 


CLARK, WILLIAM CIPSON 




Agriculture 


Webb 


CLAY, MARK 




Engineering 


DeKalb 


CLAYPOOL, ED BLAINE 




Agriculture 


Clinton 


CLECC, CAROLYN |EAN 




Education 


Greenville 


CLOUSE, DANNY ELDRIDCE 




Education 


Nettleton 


COCKERHAM, TERRY GARNER 




Agriculture 


Hamilton 


COFFEY, DAVID HURLEY 




Engineering 


Myrtle 


COFFILL, RALPH BERNARD 




Engineering 


Hattiesburg 


COKER, RANDALL HOUSTON 




Agriculture 


Heidelberg 


COLE, IAMES SAMUEL 




Agriculture 


Magee 


COLEMAN, DEBBY 




Education 


Schlater 


COLEMAN, RUSELL CLAYTON 




Business 


Starkville 


COLLIER, CASSANDRA F 




Education 


Starkville 


COLLIER, HARVEST LEROY 




Arts & Sciences 


Starkville 


COLLIER, SHIRLEY A. 




Education 


Starkville 


COLLINS, PATRICK R 




Business 


Columbia 


COMMISKEY, HENRY ALFRED 




Arts & Sciences 


Meridian 


CONLEY, BERTHA M, 




Business 


Starkville 


CONLEY, NANCY 




Arts & Sciences 


Houston 


CONN, FRANCES |EAN 




Education 


Hattiesburg 


CONWILL, RICHARD BRUCE 




Education 


Amory 


COOPER, BOBBIE NELL 




Education 


Eupora 


CORBITT, KATHLEEN 




Education 


lackson 


CORNWELL, DENNIS ALAN 




Business 


Houston, Texas 


COSTILOW, WALTER T, III 




Engineering 


Starkville 


COVINGTON, SUZANNE DRAKE 




Business 


Batesville 


COX, BOBBY D 




Education 


Starkville 


COX, IAMES FRANKLIN 




Business 


Saltville, Va. 


COX, COL PATRICK 




Education 


Holly Springs 


CRAFT, ANN CRAIG 




Education 


Starkville 


CRAFTON, BOBBIE NELL 




Education 


Fulton 


CRAWFORD, SAM WILBURN 




Education 


Hamilton 


CRAWLEY, IOHNNY RALPH 




Business 


Foxworth 


CRAYCRAFT, ELLEN MARIE 




Arts & Sciences 


Jackson 


CROSBY, BOBBY ROLAND 




Business 


lackson 


CROSBY, REBECCA MAE 




Arts & Sciences 


Clarksville, Tn. 


CROWDER, DAVID MICHAEL 




Business 


Columbus 


CRUMPTON, FRED HUFF 




Engineering 


Raleigh 


CULPEPPER, CATHIE 




Education 


Meridian 


CUMBEST, MICHAEL RALPH 




Education 


Pascagoula 


CUMMINGS, GLORIA |EAN 




Education 


Pontotoc 


CUMMINGS, PATTIE SUE 




Education 


Memphis, Tenn. 


CURRY, ). KEVIN 




Arts & Sciences 


Starkville 


CUTSHALL, GEORGE W„ |R. 




Business 


luka 



297 



Seniors 



DABBS, DANNY NEIL 




Education 


Nettleton 


DALTON, JANET LYNN 




Arts & Sciences 


Corinth 


DALTON, ROBERT ERWIN 




Agriculture 


Greenville, SC 


DANIEL, )EAN N. 




Education 


Starkville 


DANIEL, "JOHN EARL 




Arts & Sciences 


Gulfport 


DANIELS, JIMMIE D. 




Education 


Philadelphia 


DARDEN, DAPHNE 




Education 


Meridian 


DARNELL, JAMES EDWIN 




Engineering 


DeKalb 


DARNELL, LARRY 




Education 


Independence 


DARNELL, THOMAS FLOYD 




Business 


Okolona 


DAVES, HUGH ALAN 




Agriculture 


Coila 


DAVIS, CATHY LUCINDA 




Education 


Lumberton 


DAVIS, JERRY BRANDON 




Business 


Houston 


DAVIS, LARRY LEE 




Business 


Jackson 


DAVIS, ROBERT W. 




Business 


Ocean Springs 


DAVIS, SANDRA LEWIS 




Arts & Sciences 


Starkville 


DAVIS, SHARON McCRORY 




Education 


Mayhew 


DAVIS, WILLIAM L. 




Education 


Monticello 


DAWSEY, JOSEPH V. 




Engineering 


Vicksburg 


DAY, JEANNIE C. 




Agriculture 


Pontotoc 


DELLENCER, WILLIAM BRAXTON 




Engineering 


Biloxi 


DEMUTH, LAWRENCE JAMES 




Agriculture 


Sperry, Okla. 


DENMAN, BETTY 




Education 


Charleston 


DENMAN, RICHARD A. 




Engineering 


Jackson 


DENT, THOMPSON SMITH, JR. 




Business 


Leland 


DICKEY, CRADY L. 




Business 


Starkville 


DICKS, J. MATHEW 




Engineering 


Starkville 


DIGBY, KATHY C. 




Education 


Fulton 


DILL, ETHELYN 




Education 


Pheba 


DINKELACKER, ROBERT WAYNE 




Engineering 


Grenada 


DOCKERY, DAVID TERRELL 




Arts & Sciences 


Jackson 


DOCKERY, JOHN GLENN 




Arts & Sciences 


Lakeland, Fla. 


DODDS, TERESA ELLEN S. 




Education 


State College 


DOGGETT, RAMONA REE 




Education 


Forest 


DOGGETf\ STANLEY CLYDE 




Agriculture 


Forest 


DONALD, DAVID BROOKS 




Arts & Sciences 


Jennings, La. 


DORRILL, ERNIE E. Ill 




Agriculture 


Carthage 


DOSS, JOSEPH ROBERT 




Agriculture 


Jackson 


DOWDLE, DON LEIGH 




Business 


Charleston 


DOWNING, PAUL EDWARD 




Agriculture 


Jackson 


DREYFUS, HARRY S. 




Business 


Forest City, Ark. 


DUFFEE-BRAUN, LINDA VICKERS 




Education 


Eupora 


DUKE, ROGER EUGENE 




Education 


Amory 


DULANEY, JERRY LOUIS 




Education 


Fulton 


DULANEY, KATHERINE DABBS 




Education 


Starkville 


DUREN, BEN K. 




Education 


Carrollton 


DUVALL, ANNIE LEE 




Arts & Sciences 


Tremont 


EAKES, SANDRA N. 




Education 


Philadelphia 


EASLEY, BETTY C. 




Education 


Mathiston 


EASLEY, SANDRA KAY 




Business 


Vardaman 


EATON, JAMES MARSHALL 




Arts & Sciences 


New Site 




298 



Seniors 




A*.* 




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EDWARDS. IOSEPH CARSON 




Education 


Louisville 


EDWARDS, LYDIA ANN 




Business 


Ackerman 


EDWARDS, MICHAEL FRANK 




Arts & Sciences 


Carthage 


EHRET, NANCY ANN 




Education 


Greenwood 


EISEL, IOYCE MARY 




Agriculture 


Starkville 


ELLIOTT, FRANK LEE 




Engineering 


Greenville 


ELLIOTT, IAMES MICHAEL 




Business 


Jackson 


ELY, R MITCHELL 




Education 


Pascagoula 


EMRICK, FRED GILBERT 




Arts & Sciences 


Natchez 


EMRICK, MARY SULLIVAN 




Agriculture 


Starkville 


ENCLE, WILLIAM |OHN 




Engineering 


Gulfport 


ERIKSON, IEROLD BRUCE 




Business 


Natchez 


ERWIN, CLIFTON EDNEY, |R, 




Business 


Pass Christian 


EWINC, EARLY C 




Engineering 


Scott 


EYRICH, GEORGE CLARK 




Business 


Starkville 


EZELL, LARRY O 




Engineering 


Newton 


EZELL, SONYA WEAVER 




Education 


Newton 


FAIN, THOMAS IACKSON 




Arts & Sciences 


Tupelo 


FAIRLEY, LYNDA SUE 




Education 


Forest 


FARISH, ROBERT WAYNE 




Business 


Noxapater 


FARRELL, MICHAEL ALFORD 




Engineering 


Jackson 


FARRELL, PATRICK IOSEPH 




Engineering 


Laurel 


FARRIS, MIKE T. 




Business 


Vicksburg 


FARRISH, DIANA KAY 




Arts & Sciences 


Memphis, Tenn. 


FARRISH, HUBERT O. 




Business 


Doddsville 


FAUGHT, ANN CAROLYN 




Education 


Charleston 


FEATHERS, MICHAEL LEE 




Engineering 


Biloxi 


FERGUSON, GERALD R. 




Agriculture 


Starkville 


FERGUSON, PATRICIA W. 




Education 


Philadelphia 


FERRER, IAMES FRANCIS, |R. 




Business 


Pascagoula 


FERRISS, DAVID M., |R. 




Arts & Sciences 


Cleveland 


FERRIS, MICHAEL EUGENE 




Arts & Sciences 


lackson 


FISHER, IACOB PETER 




Business 


Sunflower 


FLACCOMIO, LOUIS 




Engineering 


Woodville 


FLINT, RANDOLPH A. 




Education 


Caledonia 


FLOOD, RALPH L 




Business 


lackson 


FLORENCE, THOMAS A. 




Agriculture 


Pope 


FLOWERS, TOM T. 




Business 


Virginia 


FLOYD, KELLY R. 




Business 


Star 


FLOYD, WAYNE W. 




Education 


Indianola 


FONTAINE, MAY F. 




Agriculture 


Pascagoula 


FORD, TERRILL M. 




Business 


Columbus 


FORT, |OHN G. 




Forestry 


Columbus 


FOSTER, |ACK B. 




Engineering 


Hattiesburg 


FOSTER, IOHN W. 




Forestry 


Coaling, Ala. 


FOSTER, ROGER G. 




Engineering 


Brookhaven 


FOX, IOHN F. 




Arts & Sciences 


Greenville 


FOXWORTH, RANDELL K, 




Education 


South Carolina 


FRANKS, JAMES R 




Engineering 


Starkville 


FRATESI, BONITA G. 




Education 


Starkville 


FREEMAN, AUBREY M. 




Business 


Shugualak 


FREEMAN, MARK D. 




Business 


lackson 


FRIEND, TERESA |. 




Education 


West Point 


FULLER, IOSEPH C 




Engineering 


Quitman 



299 



Seniors 



FULTON, LARRY CENE 



Education 


Jackson 


CAILLARD, TOMMY O'NEAL 




Education 


Dumas 


CALLINA, JOHN DENNIS 




Agriculture 


Germantown, Tenn. 


GAMBRELL, DANNY RAY 




Business 


Houston 


GARBO, WILLIAM, )R. 




Engineering 


Starkville 


GARDNER, ROBERT EARL 




Agriculture 


fackson 


GARNER, BILLY NORRIS 




Education 


Ripley 


GARRARD, |ACK KLING 




Business 


Ocean Springs 


GARRARD, WILLIAM GARY 




Business 


Starkville 


GASTON, SAM W. 




Business 


Starkville 


GATES, LESLIE CALVIN 




Education 


Macon 


GAY, MARSHA ELAINE 




Arts & Sciences 


Vicksburg 


GAY, WALLACE RANDALL 




Business 


Starkville 


GEER, IAMES RONNIE 




Business 


Columbus 


GEORGE, IOHN F. 




Engineering 


Handsboro 


GERACHE, IANICE MERCEDES 




Education 


Vicksburg 


GIBSON, ANNE WAGGONER 




Arts & Sciences 


Brandon 


GIBSON, BENJAMIN DALE 




Education 


Meridian 


GIBSON, CLYDE ALVIS, IR 




Forestry 


Meridian 


GIBSON, HAROLD GEORGE 




Business 


Culfport 


GIBSON, MATTIE LUE 




Education 


West Point 


GILBERT, ROGER EARL 




Engineering 


Taylorsville 


GILLILAND, KRISTINA B. 




Arts & Sciences 


Starkville 


GILREATH, VICKY LYNN 




Education 


West Point 


GOBER, HAL DAVID 




Business 


Flora 


GOLDING, STEVE DUDLEY 




Business 


Vicksburg 


GOODE, VERNIECE MANN 




Arts & Sciences 


West Point 


GOODMAN, LINDA ANN 




Business 


Pascagoula 


COOLSBY, EARL BRYANT, JR. 




Agriculture 


Starkville 


GOOLSBY, PLEAS VICTOR 




Education 


Oxford 


GORDON, CHARLES M. 




Business 


Sardis 


GORDON, KAREN ELISE 




Business 


lackson 


GORDON, ROSE MARIE 




Education 


Okolona 


GOZA, RQYCE DAVID 




Business 


Houston 


GRACE, IERRY WAYNE 




Agriculture 


Hamilton 


GRAHAM, BARBARA |EAN 




Education 


Fulton 


GRAHAM, ROBERT STEVEN 




Agriculture 


Tilden, III. 


GRAVES, CHERYL E. 




Business 


Meadville 


GRAVLEE, REBECCA LYNN 




Mathematics 


Tupelo 


GREENE, L. D. 




Education 


Paden 


GRIER, RICHARD DAVIS 




Business 


Starkville 


GRIFFIN, EDWIN |. 




Engineering 


Fayette, Ala. 


GRIFFIN, IERRY GAIL 




Business 


Tupelo 


GRIFFITH, HENRY LEE 




Engineering 


Fayette 


GUERRY, SARA ELIZABETH 




Education 


Macon 


GUILLEN, ANTONIO F, 




Agriculture 


San Pedrosula, Honduras 


GULLICK, SHARON SUE 




Education 


Tupelo 


GUNTER, ANN PRATT 




Arts & Sciences 


Columbus 


GURLEY, WILLIAM HENRY 




Engineering 


luka 


GUTHRIE, MAICHAEL T. 




Education 


Macon 


GWIN, WYATT 




Business 


Tchula 


HAAG, HARRIET ANN 




Education 


Brookhaven 


HADDAD, GEORGE 




Engineering 


State College 


HALL, NANCY EUGENE 




Education 


Forest 




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This place has got soul. 
Maybe it's just redneck. 
But it's the bulwark of the campus 





HAMBLIN, SHARON KAY 




Education 


Baldwyn 


HAMMACK, |OHN CAMPBELL 




Engineering 


Quitman 


HAMMETT, VERNON CAREY III 




Arts & Sciences 


Greenville 


HANDY, DANA SUSAN 




Agriculture 


Starkville 


HANMNS, WILLIAM BURTON 




Engineering 


Starkville 


HARDEN, MARY |ANE 




Education 


State College 


HARDEN, VIRGINIA MARIA 




Business 


State College 


HARLAN, LELAND HUNT 




Business 


Starkville 


HARMOUNT, IAMES MICHAEL 




Arts & Sciences 


Jackson 


HARRELL, IANET LEIGH 




Education 


West Point 


HARRELL, RENA M. 




Education 


Starkville 


HARRIS, CHARLES R. 




Engineering 


Meridian 


HARRIS, MARY ANN 




Education 


Corinth 


HARRIS, ROBERT THOMAS 




Agriculture 


Starkville 


HARRIS, SALLY ELAINE 




Education 


Greenville 


HARRIS, SANDRA IO 




Agriculture 


Yazoo City 


HARRIS, SYLVESTER 




Education 


West Point 


HARRIS, THOMAS GREGORY 




Engineering 


Starkville 


HARRISON, DONALD W. 




Business 


Amory 


HARRISON, GLENN HENRY 




Business 


Columbia 


HARRISON, RALPH DANIEL, JR. 




Engineering 


Pine Bluff, Ark. 


HARSH, DANIEL KENNETH 




Agriculture 


Louisville 


HARVEY, CHARLOTTE ALMA 




Arts & Sciences 


Crawford 


HATCHER, WARREN A. 




Engineering 


Meridian 


HATHCOCK, LILA BUTLER 




Education 


Greenwood Springs 


HAVARD, LINDA MARIE 




Business 


Louisville 


HAWKINS, CHARLES M. 




Business 


Calhoun City 


HAZARD, MARK GORDON, III 




Education 


West Point 


HELWICK, DOROTHY ELLEN 




Education 


"Gulfport 


HENDERSON, VANCE BENTON 




Engineering 


Ocean Springs 


HENDRY, WILLIAM IOSEPH 




Engineering 


Bay Springs 


HENRY, IAMES MALLON 




Business 


Bruce 


HENRY, IAMES THOMAS 




Engineering 


Vicksburg 


HENRY, SHERRY E 




Education 


Vicksburg 


HENSLEY, |OE E. 




Forestry 


Ripley 


HENSKY, PATRICIA ANN C. 




Agriculture 


Ripley 


HERRINGTON, PATRICIA SUE 




Arts & Sciences 


Jackson 


HIATT, WILLIAM HOWARD 




Arts & Sciences 


Fairfield, Ala. 


HICKS, EDWARD FRANKLIN 




Business 


Natchez 


HICKS, MICHAEL G 




Business 


Starkville 


HIGDON, DORSEY EDWARD, IR. 




Engineering 


Columbus 


HIGDON, LINDA A. 




Education 


Inverness 


HILL, ERMA M. 




Education 


Cedar Bluff 


HILL, IAMES EDWARD, |R. 




Business 


Starkville 


HILLIS, IOHN DAVID 




Engineering 


Greenville 


HILLMAN, |OE HENRY 




Arts & Sciences 


Richton 


HINTON, IANET SUE 




Education 


luka 


HOGAN, SARAH ALDRIDGE 




Business 


Jackson 


HOGUE, LOUIS EDWARD 




Agriculture 


Clinton 


HOLDEN, BEVERLY IOYCE 




Business 


Vancleave 


HOLDER, ELIZABETH ANN 




Education 


Horn Lake 



301 



Seniors 



HOLLAND, BARBARA W 




Education 


Booneville 


HOLLENBECK, JOHN KENT 




Education 


Batesville 


HOLLIDAY, LINDA ANN 




Education 


Vicksburg 


HOLLIMAN, JOEL KENDRICK 




Agriculture 


Milport, Ala. 


HOLLINCSWORTH, DIANNE 




Business 


Union 


HOLLINCSWORTH, RICHARD A. 




Engineering 


Starkville 


HOLLINCSWORTH, SHELBY GLENN 




Business 


Starkville 


HOLLOWAY, JULIA F. 




Arts & Sciences 


Laurel 


HOLMES, BENNIE G. 




Engineering 


Kokomo 


HOLTON, BILLIE DAVID 




Agriculture 


Louisville 


HOLZHAUER, BRENDA P. 




Education 


Benton, Ark. 


HOLZHAUER, (AMES LEONARD 




Engineering 


Gillett, Ark. 


HOOMES, D. SUZANNE 




Education 


Ocean Springs 


HOOVER, MARTHA ZOE 




Arts & Sciences 


Brandon 


HORN, JERRY BEAM 




Agriculture 


Starkville 


HORN, RUBY LEIGH 




Education 


Houston 


HORN, WILLIAM CRADY 




Engineering 


Bay Springs 


HORTON, DAVID HILLMAN, JR. 




Business 


Tipersville 


HOUSTON, JOSEPH EDWARD 




Business 


Aberdeen 


HOUSTON, PHILIP VAN 




Engineering 


Baldwyn 


HOWE, DAVID HILTON 




Engineering 


Corinth 


HOWE, DONALD RAY 




Business 


. Corinth 


HOWELL, JIMMY 




Engineering 


Lucedale 


HUDDLESTON, BILLY C. 




Business 


Booneville 


HUDSON, BARBARA GALE 




Education 


Kilmichael 


HUDSON, BETTYE H. 




Education 


Starkville 


HUDSON, HENRY COLLIER 




Arts & Sciences 


Birmingham, Ala. 


HUEY, MARILYN ANICE 




Education 


Starkville 


HUMPHREY, RONALD WADE 




Engineering 


Savannah, Ga. 


HUMPHREYS, C. KAY 




Arts & Sciences 


Jackson 


HUNT, MICHAEL STEIN 




Business 


Pascagoula 


HUNTER, ROBERT EDWARD 




Engineering 


Mantee 


HUTCHINS, IOHN WALTER 




Engineering 


Big Creek 


HUTCHINSON, THOMAS GASTON 




Education 


Greenville 


HUTTO, LOUIS WAYNE 




Education 


Laurel 


HUTTO, MARTHA FAYE 




Business 


Culfport 


HYATT, ELVIN BURT 




Engineering 


Pensacola, Fla. 


HYDRICK, MICHAEL 




Business 


Crystal Springs 


IRONS, BARRY TRENT 




Education 


Philadelphia 


JACKSON, ANNICE 




Arts & Sciences 


Grenada 


JACKSON, DAVID M. 




Engineering 


Cleveland 


IACKSON, DESTER LEE 




Education 


Starkville 


IACKSON, J. MICHAEL 




Education 


Jackson 


IACKSON, VINCENT C„ JR. 




Education 


Winona 


IAMALDIN, OSAMA S. 




Engineering 


Lebanon 


IAMES, HERBERT DAVID 




Engineering 


Bailey 


IARRELL, DONNA TERESA 




Arts & Sciences 


Jackson 


IENKINS, ROBERT L. 




Education 


Columbus 


JEROME, CAROLYN BEATRICE 




Education 


Canton 


JOHNSEY, DENNIS LEE 




Education 


Corinth 


JOHNSEY, KLYDELL MARIE 




Agriculture 


Starkville 




Although we suffered defeat in Saturday's game in 
Oklahoma, our football team is headed for a good 
season. Let's get behind them and let them know we 
appreciate them. We have the opportunity to make it 
a year that won't be forgotten. 

A. B. Clark 
Spirit Comm. Chrmn. 





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IOHNSON, BETTIE WIGGUL 




Education 


Amory 


IOHNSON, |, MYRON 




Business 


Starkville 


IOHNSON, IUNE R. 




Arts & Sciences 


Starkville 


IOHNSON, PAUL BILBERT 




Agriculture 


Starkville 


IOHNSON, RANDY F. 




Education 


Fulton 


IOHNSON, STEPHEN BRENT 




Agriculture 


New Site 


IOHNSTON, IUDITH CAROLE 




Education 


Landers 


IOHNSTON, WILLIAM CHARLES 




Engineering 


|<l< kson 


IONES, DANIEL M. 




Agriculture 


Falkner 


IONES, DONALD EDWIN 




Engineering 


Steens 


IONES, GERALD BROWN 




Education 


Sallis 


IONES, GLENN WILSON 




Education 


Mize 


IONES, JERRY CLIFTON 




Education 


Carthage 


IONES, IOHN WILLIFORD 




Arts & Sciences 


Jackson 


IONES, JUDY 




Education 


Bude 


IONES, KENNETH EUGENE 




Engineering 


Starkville 


IONES, PHILIP WRIGHT 




Agriculture 


Brandon 


IONES, RUTHIE MAE 




Education 


Fulton 


IONES, WILLIAM O., Ill 




Business 


Greenville 


IONES, WILLIAM WOODROW, |R, 




Agriculture 


Coffeeville 


KAPLAN, |OY ROBBINS 




Education 


Drew 


KARR, IOSEPH ERSKINE 




Agriculture 


Holly Springs 


KATZES, MARY ANN 




Education 


Meridian 


KELLUM, KAREN 




Education 


Columbus 


KELLY, ALBERT BOLLING 




Business 


Yazoo City 


KELLY, BARBARA ANN 




Arts & Sciences 


Mathiston 


KELLY, DENNIS E. 




Business 


Jackson 


KELLY, ROBERT FRANK 




Education 


Batesville 


KELLY, WILLIAM TRAVIS 




Business 


Carthage 


KELSO, JANICE LANETTE 




Education 


Dorsey 


KEMP, (AMES ROBERT 




Education 


Saltillo 


KENDA, KAREN ELISE 




Education 


Natchez 


KENNEBREW, VERNON EARL 




Education 


Jackson 


KETCHUM, EDWARD TAZ 




Education 


Benton 


KIMBLE, KATHY DEAN 




Business 


Itta Bena 


KIMBROUGH, KERRY D. 




Arts & Sciences 


Jackson 


KINARD, STEPHEN 




Engineering 


Columbus 


KING, CARL TURNER 




Engineering 


lackson 


KING, CYDNEY SUSAN 




Education 


Jackson 


KING, SARA CAROLYN 




Business 


Philadelphia 


KING, WILLIAM E. 




Business 


lackson 


KINTON, DOUGLAS T. 




Business 


Gaithersburg, Md. 


KIRK, ROGER LEE 




Forestry 


Duck Hill 


KIRCHENBAUM, IOHN R. 




Engineering 


State College 


KOON, WILBER DEAN 




Education 


Booneville 


KUEVEN, KAREN ELIZABETH 




Education 


Meridian 


KYLE, LINDA WYNELL 




Education 


Columbus 


LABARREARE, THOMAS WAYNE 




Education 


Falkner 


LACY, JESSE H. 




Education 


Moss Point 


LADNER, CLEMENT L. 




Agriculture 


Perkinston 


LAGMAN, EDWARD CHARLES 




Education 


Mobile, Ala. 


LAIRD, ALLEN G. 




Business 


Bessemer, Ala. 


LANCE, DAVID ELLIS 




Education 


Calhoun City 


LAND, JOAN MARIE 




Arts & Sciences 


New Albany 



303 



Seniors 



LANCSTON, CAROLYNN SUE 




Education 


Jackson 


LARRY/WILLIE |. T. 




Arts & Sciences 


Starkville 


LATIMER, JOHN C, )k. 




Arts & Sciences 


Pontotoc 


LAWSON, MARTHA PARRY 




Education 


Hazlehurst 


LAY, WILLIAM EZRA 




Education 


Smithville 


LEDBETTER, GARY CLINTON 




Agriculture 


Banner 


LEDDY, SAM W„ IR. 




Business 


Canton 


LEE, JACK EDWIN, II 




Business 


Union 


LEE, IOE R 




Education 


Inverness 


LENNEP, EDWIN C, ill 




Engineering 


Culfport 


LEWIS, CLENDA GENE 




Education 


Greenville 


LINDSEY, DELMAS LEROY 




Business 


Lakeland, Fla. 


LITTLE, MICHAEL HOPE 




Engineering 


New Hebron 


LITTLE, THOMAS, |R. 




Business 


West Point 


LODEN, )AMES RUSSEL 




Education 


Nettleton 


LOFTON, JULIA ANN 




Arts & Sciences 


Paducah, Ky. 


LOGAN, DEBORAH IEANNE 




Education 


Starkville 


LOGGANS, RON DAVIS 




Arts & Sciences 


Jackson 


LOMENICK, HAROLD E. 




Education 


luka 


LONG, WALTER SERRILL 




Engineering 


Jackson 


LONG, WILLIAM COMFORT 




Engineering 


Jackson 


LOVE, MARY ALICE 




Agriculture 


Batesville 


LOVE, MELINDA LOUISE 




Education 


Mathiston 


LOWERY, ALAN KEESTON 




Arts & Sciences 


Jackson 


LUBY, LOUIS GRIFFIN 




Business 


Jackson 


LUTER, REBECCA |ANE 




Agriculture 


Raymond 


LYON, ROBERT ROY, II 




Engineering Muscle 


Shoals, Alabama 


MALOUF, M. L. 




Education 


Greenwood 


MANISCALCO, JOE PETER, 




Arts & Sciences 


Natchez 


MARIN, PEDRO P. 




Engineering 


Panama 


MARION, JAMES PHILLIPS 




Arts & Sciences 


Houston 


MAROLT, GERALDINE 




Education 


Corinth 


MARS, MICHAEL DAVID 




Business 


Philadelphia 


MARTIN, BURNEY CLARK 




Engineering 


Wiggins 


MARTIN, JEFFREY HAMPTON 




Arts & Sciences 


Leland 


MARTIN, RICHARD VERNON 




Arts & Sciences 


Yazoo City 


MARTIN, SARA JOYCE 




Arts & Sciences 


Marks 


MASSEY, KENNETH LAWRENCE 




Business 


Olive Branch 


MATTHEWS, JOHN MICHAEL 




Business 


West Point 


MATHIS, SHELBY RAYBURN 




Education 


Tipersville 


MATTHEWS, PATSY KAY 




Business 


Pontotoc 


MATTOZ, WILLIAM CAREY 




Arts & Sciences 


Tupelo 


MAULDIN, NANCY MUSGOVE 




Agriculture 


Laurel 


MAXEY, JOHN ALLEN 




Engineering 


Greenville 


MAXON, ROBERT P. 




Arts & Sciences 


Shalimar, Fla. 


MAY, JOHN LOUIS 




Arts & Sciences 


Columbus 


MAY, JOSEPH LAWRENCE 




Business 


Charleston 


MAY, TEDDY I 




Education 


Ashland 


MAYS, RICHARD CARROLL 




Education 


Jackson 


MCALLISTER, JAMES THOMPSON 




Business 


Meridian 


McAllister, lawrence richard 




Business 


Deerfield, Fla. 


McALISTER, VEDA MAE 




Education 


Tishimingo 


McALPIN, JIM L. 




Education 


Magee 


McANALLY, CHARLEY JAMES 




Agriculture 


Amory 



304 




Seniors 




McBEATH, WILLIAM KENNON, JR 




Engineering 


Newton 


McBRIDE, CHARLES H 




Business 


Saltillo 


McCain, william c, jr. 




Business 


Widener, Ark. 


McCALEB, FRED WAYNF 




Education 


Columbus 


McCALLA, JIMMY RAY 




Education 


Corinth 


McCASKILL, DAN ANDREW 




Arts & Sciences 


Leland 


McCLURE, DAVID HUGH 




Business 


Batesville 


McCOOL, MICHAEL EDWIN 




Business 


Biloxi 


McCOY, RANDY DARRELL 




Business 


Tupelo 


McCRIMON, JIMMY RAY 




Arts & Sciences 


Morton 


McCULLOUGH, JAMES L 




Business 


Starkville 


McCULLY, JAMES S. 




Agriculture 


Louisville 


McCULLY, MICHAEL W. 




Education 


Louisville 


Mcdonald, scotty h. 




Education 




Mcelroy, thomas melvin 




Business 


Baldwvn 


McCAUCH, JUDY LANETTE 




Education 


Ackerman 


McGEE, LARRY WALLACE 




Education 


New Albany 


McGOWAN, DANIEL PATRICK 




Business 


Yazoo City 


MclNTYRE, JOHN C, JR 




Engineering 


Brandon 


MclNTYRE, SHERRI R 




Education 


Brandon 


McKAY, WILLIAM J. 




Arts & Sciences 


Jackson 


McKEE, DONNA M 




Business 


Jackson 


McKEE, RITA ANN 




Education 


Corinth 


McKIBBEN, CHARLES AGNEW 




Business 


Marks 


McKIBBEN, NORMA JEAN 




ducation 


Bruce 


4CKINNEY, ROY R. 




ducation 


Fayetteville, Tenn. 


McKINNIS, STEPHANIE SUSAN 




Education 


Okolona 


McLAIN, ROY E., JR. 




Engineering 


Memphis 


McLESKEY, KATHLEEN LYNCH 




Arts & Sciences 


Vicksburg 


McMAHEN, STEPHEN LUKE 




Engineering 


Union 


McMillan, c Raymond 




Agriculture 


Conettatta 


McNEECE, JESSIE DANIEL 




Business 


Tupelo 


McPHAIL, IAMES LEROY 




Agriculture 


Carson 


MEACHAM, MARSHA LOUISE 




Education 


Batesville 


MEADOWS, JAMES WARD 




Engineering 


Jackson 


MELGAR, SALVADOR A. 




Agriculture 


Guatemala 


MELOHN, BRENDA D. 




Business 


Jackson 


MELOHN, VIRGIL WAYNE, JR. 




Business 


Jackson 


MELTON, PATTI L. 




Education 


Durant 


MERCER, MARGARET E. 




Education 


Vicksburg 


MIDDLETON, BETTY ROSE 




Business 


Columbus 


MIDDLETON, CARL BINNER 




Engineering 


Starkville 


MILEY, JUDITH JANE 




Agriculture 


Monticello 


MILLER, GEORGE DICK, )R. 




Education 


Amory 


MILLER, JOHN WILEY, JR. 




Engineering 


Tupelo 


MILLER, LYNN HIGHTOWER 




Education 


Macon 


MILLER, MAXINE JUNE 




Education 


Macon 


MILLER, RONNIE GLENN 




Education 


Lucedale 


MILLER, WILLIAM WAYNE 




Business 


Clinton 


MILLIGAN, THOMAS H. 




Business 


Somerdale, NJ 


MINOR, BARBARA JEAN 




Business 


Vicksburg 



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Seniors 



MISKEUY, CHARLES WILLIAM 




Education 


Ripley 


MITCHELL, ALICE R. 




Education 


Starkville 


MITCHELL, ANNE LANELL 




Education 


Jackson 


MITCHELL, VIRGINIA DALE 




Education 


Louisville 


MIXON, IAMES HOWARD 




Education 


Starkville 


MIXON, SUSAN TERESA 




Education 


Starkville 


MIZE, H. PAULA 




Education 


Fulton 


MOBLEY, LAURA ANN 




Education 


Pontotoc 


MONTFORT, FRANK WREN 




Business 


Starkville 


MOON, IIMMY |OE 




Engineering 


Boyle 


MOORE, ALBERT FREDDIE 




Agriculture 


Macon 


MOORE, CATHY JANE 




Education 


Meridian 


MOORE, DRUE BUD, |R. 




Arts & Sciences 


Longview 


MOORE, EUGENE OVERTON 




Agriculture 


Baton Rouge, La. 


MOORE, GEORGE STENNIS 




Engineering 


McComb 


MOORE, IAMES A., |R. 




Education 


Moorhead 


MOORE, IAMES WALTER 




Agriculture 


Philadelphia 


MOORE, MARY ELLENE 




Education 


Fulton 


MOORE, PATRICIA ANN 




Education 


Jackson 


MOORE, RODNEY LAMAR 




Agriculture 


Enterprise 


MOORE, THOMAS F. 




Business 


Philadelphia 


MOORE, WILLIAM GARVIN 




Business 


Vicksburg 


MOORE, WILLIAM WALKER 




Agriculture 


Cary 


MORA, DIONISIO 




Agriculture 


Costa Rica 


MORGAN, ALAN KEMP 




Agriculture 


Hughes, Ark. 


MORGAN, ROBERT EMORY 




Agriculture 


Falls Church, Virginia 


MORRIS, LEWIS M. 




Arts & Sciences 


Pineville, La. 


MORRIS, WILLIAM HARPER, |R. 




Arts & Sciences 


Houlka 


MOSS, BRUCE IOSEPH 




Education 


Stringer 


MOSS, DON DEMENT 




Arts & Sciences 


Grenada 


MUNN, JOSEPH TAYLOR 




Business 


Kosciusko 


MUSICK, VALERIE INDIA 




Arts & Sciences 


Ripley 


MYERS, ABBOTT RANSOM 




Agriculture 


Lula 


MYERS, ANDREW N. 




Education 


Louisville 


NALLEY, STANLEY GEORGE 




Engineering 


Starkville 


NANCE, WILLIAM P. 




Agriculture 


Ashland 


NATIONS, WILBUR FURRELL 




Education 


Columbus 


NAZARY, IIMMIE GAYLE 




Education 


Neshoba 


NEELY, WANDA M. 




Arts & Sciences 


Columbus 


NELSON, CURTIS RAY 




Business 


Columbus 


NELSON, DERL BLAKENEY 




Engineering 


Woodland 


NELSON, JAMES JENKINS 




Business 


Jackson 


NEVINS, JERRY WAYNE 




Agriculture 


Hamilton 


NEWBERRY, JACK G. 




Education 


Caledonia 


NEWELL, ROBERT M, 




Business 


Meridian 


NICHOLAS, HOLOMON JOHN 




Business 


Yazoo City 


NICHOLS, JAY SUMNER 




Business 


Walnut 


NICKELS, IIMMIE H. 




Business 


Maben 


NIEMI, CHARLES CRAIG 




Agriculture 


Jackson 


NOLEN, DEBORAH E. 




Education 


Fayette, Ala. 


NORMAN, JOSEPH FRANKLIN 




Business 


Corinth 


NORTON, JAMES D. 




Engineering 


Hazlehurst 


NORWOOD, JAMES HAMMETT 




Engineering 


Pascagoula 


NOWZARI, FRANK F. 




Business 


State College 




306 



Seniors 




O'LEARY, LEWIS EDWARD 

Engineering 

O'LEARY, MARY IO 

Arts & Sciences 

OLIVER, ANITA KAY 

Education 

OLIVER, KATHY GLENDA 

Education 

OLIVER, MILTON DALE 

3usiness 

OTT, SARA BETH 

Education 

OYLER, BURLESS ). 

Business 

PADEN, RAYMOND A. 

Education 

PADGETT, DAVID WAYNE 

Business 

PALMER, JIMMY TRAVIS 

Education 

PANG, FRANK FOOK 

Arts & Sciences 

PANG, HARRY F, 

Arts & Sciences 

PARKER, RONALD W. 

Business 

PARKERSON, PATSY LENE 

Educatidn 

PARKERSON, PEGGY JEAN 

Education 

Parkinson, sallye raye 

Education 

PARKINSON, SUSAN KAYE 

Education 

PATEL, NATWAR S 

Engineering 

PATRIDGE, ELOISE STRAIN 

Business 

PATTON, LEROY DOWE, III 

Business 

PAYNE, TONY EUGENE 

Arts & Sciences 

PEARSON, GREGORY R. 

Business 

PEERY, MARILYN JOY 

Education 

F*EERY, PATRICIA ANNE 

Education 



PEERY, WILLIAM F 

Arts & Sciences 

PENN, WILLIAM HILL, JR. 

Arts & Sciences 

PENNEBAKER, BOMA CAVE 

Education 



PENNINGTON, JAMES GREEN 

Agriculture 

PENPRASE, I MICHAEL 

Arts & Sciences 

PEOPLES, CHARLES RAY 

Business 

PERRETT, WILLIAM F. 

Arts & Sciences 

PETERS, MANUEL SPERO 

Engineering 

PETERSON, ANTHONY J. 

Engineering 

PETRO, FREDERICK PAUL 

Arts & Sciences 

PHILLIPS, BRUCE LLOYD 

Education 

PHILLIPS, JAMES RALPH 

Agriculture 

PHILLIPS, JAN ELAINE 

Education 

PHILLIPS, JERRY WADE 

Agriculture 

PHILLIPS, SUSAN MARIE 

Engineering 

PHILLIPS, WILLIAM H 

Engineering 

PICKERING, WILLIAM DAVID 

Engineering 

PICOTT, JOHN RAYMOND 

Business 

PINNIX, BARNEY HAL 

Business 

PIPPINS, FRANK JAMES 

Education 

PITTMAN, JOHN RICHARD 

Business 

PITTMAN, KENNETH CHARLES 
Agriculture 
PITTS, JAMES M. C 
Arts & Sciences 
PLANT, THOMAS JOHN 
Engineering 

PLUNKETT, WILLIAM KIRK 
Education 

POLK, JONATHAN SCOTT 
Education 

'OLK, SAMUEL TRIZZIE 
Agriculture 



Gulfport 

Jackson 

West Point 

lackson 

Meridian 

Starkville 

Columbus 
Houston 
Gulfport 
Starkville 
Coahoma 
Coahoma 

Charleston 

French Camp 

French Camp 

Greenwood 

Greenwood 

India 

Morgan City 
Quitman 
Meridian 
Gulfport 
Meridian 
Jackson 



Meridian 

Jackson 

Atlanta, Ga 



Webb 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Jackson 

Hazlehurst 

Clarksdale 

Pass Christian 

Leland 

Corinth 

Coldwater 

Starkville 

Starkville 

Tupelo 

lackson 

Starkville 

Picayunne 

Mathiston 

Columbus 

Greenwood 

Jackson 

Jackson 

State College 

Bentonia 

Jackson 

Starkville 



307 



Seniors 



PONDEK, WENDELL WAYNE 




Arts & Sciences 


Mendenhall 


POOLE, RONALD STEPHEN 




Business 


Jackson 


POSTON, ROGER LEE 




Education 


Pulaski 


POTTS, SHERRY L. 




Education 


Corinth 


POWELL, BILLY WAYNE 




Business 


Columbia 


POWER, MARK EDWARD 




Business 


Jackson 


POWERS, DON BENTON 




Education 


Starkville 


PRESLEY, DWICHT 




Arts & Sciences 


Kosciusko 


PREWITT, EARL BRADFORD 




Agriculture 


Cleveland 


PREWITT, IOHNNY M. 




Engineering 


Greenville 


PRICE, IRVIN RICHARD, IR. 




Business 


Brookhaven 


PRITCHARD, CLAUDE DAVIS 




Engineering 


lackson 


PUCKETT, RALPH ARTHUR, II 




Arts & Sciences 


Brandon 


PURVIS, DONALD LAVELLE 




Engineering 


Meridian 


PYRON, JIMMIE CARL 




Business 


Grenada 


RADEN, JOHN R. 




Business 


Aberdeen 


RAHAIM, KALEEL 




Engineering 


Laurel 


RAMSEY, DENNIS EUGENE 




Engineering 


Water Valley 


RANDALL, ROBERT M , |R. 




Education 


Indianola 


RANDOLPH, JERRY BOYCE 




Arts & Sciences 


Baldwyn 


RANKIN, RICHARD LOWERY 




Education 


Mendenhall 


RATLIFF, EARL P. 




Education 


Baldwyn 


RAY, MICHAEL KEITH 




Education 


Ackerman 


RAYBURN, SAMUEL THOMAS, |R. 




Engineering 


State College 


RAYNER, ROBERT FREDRICK 




Business 


Laurel 


REED, OSCAR RUSSELL, JR. 




Business 


Winona 


REEDY, ROGER DALE 




Engineering 


Starkville 


REEVES, CARL MONTGOMERY 




Business 


Brookhaven 


REEVES, MICHAEL GLEN 




Business 


Seminole, Fla. 


REEVES, PHILIP RAY 




Education 


Starkville 


REEVES, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH 




Education 


Stanton, Tn. 


REID, JAMES NEAL 




Agriculture 


Starkville 


RENFROE, CHARLES THOMAS, |R. 




Engineering 


Vicksburg 


RESINER, LYNNE MARIE 




Arts & Sciences 


Greenville 


RHEA, REUBEN SCOTT 




Agriculture 


Somerville, Tn. 


RHODES, CRAFTON F. 




Business 


Vicksburg 


RHODES, DENISE F 




Arts & Sciences 


Vicksburg 


RHODES JAMES MAXWELL 




Business 


Natchez 


RICHARDS, JAMES HOYT 




Education 


Columbus 


RICHARDSON, JIMMY GRAY 




Business 


Bentonia 


RICHARDSON, JOHN PARKS 




Education 


Falkner 


RICHIE, CAROL LYNNE 




Education 


Corinth 


RIDDLE, MACHIE ALLEN 




Agriculture 


Paden 


RIGBY, JOHN WILBUR 




Engineering 


Vicksburg 


RIGGAN, JERRY WAYNE 




Education 


Fulton 


RILES, LOUIS HARVEY 




Education 


Philadelphia 


RILEY, BEVERLY KAY 




Education 


Nettleton 


RINGWALA, NIKUNJ S. 




Engineering 


India 


RISHER, DONNA JEAN 




Business 


Philadelphia 


RIVERS, ROBERT LAMAR 




Education 


Meridian 


ROBBINS, CRAIG LAVERN 




Education 


Foxworth 




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308 




Seniors 




ROBERTS, BRUCE KERRY 




Engineering 


Richton 


ROBERTS, KATHLEEN A. 




Education 


Booneville 


ROBERTS, RODNEY DALE 




Business 


Natchez 


ROBINSON, DONALD MAXEY 




Business 


Golden 


ROBINSON, C. LAWAYNE 




Agriculture 


Ackerman 


ROBINSON, PLEMON GERALD 




Education 


Columbus 


ROBINSON, SAMUEL SETH 




Business w 


nnsboro, Louisiana 


RODGERS, RICHARD MARION 




Engineering 


Vicksburg 


ROGERS, BOBBY G. 




Business 


Natchez 


ROGERS, MICHAEL DALE 




Education 


Louisville 


ROGERS, RONNIE GILBERT 




Education 


Corinth 


ROGERS, RUTH R. 




Arts & Sciences 


Scooba 


RONEY, ALFRED B, 




Engineering 


Laurel 


RONEY, FRANCES K, 




Education 


Laurel 


ROOK, WILLIAM GARY 




Engineering 


Duck Hill 


ROSS, ELIZABETH ANN 




Education 


Pelahatchie 


ROSS, KAY GOOD 




Education 


Starkville 


ROSS, ROGER S 




Business 


Union 


ROUNSAVILLE, GARNEITH EDWARD 




Agriculture 


Big Creek 


ROUSE, KAT.HY ELLEN 




Arts & Sciences 


Tupelo 


RUFF, ROXIE |EAN 




Education 


Tupelo 


RUFFIN, THOMAS MYER 




Engineering 


Laurel 


RUSHING, DONALD MARTIN 




Arts & Sciences 


Meridian 


RUSHING, WANDA LYNN 




Education 


Decatur 


RUSSELL, IOHN TED 




Engineering 


layess 


RUSSELL, MAURY DALE 




Business 


lackson 


SABIN, ALBERT KIRBY 




Education 


Greenwood 


SABIN, IOHN COCKE 




Agriculture 


Greenwood 


SAIK, ERNEST W. 




Arts & Sciences 


lackson 


SAMARA, SAMIR TAHAN 




Engineering 


India 


SANDEL, LEWIE FREDERICK 




Engineering 


Natchez 


SANDERS, KENNETH RAY 




Engineering 


Starkville 


SANDERS, LINDA CROSBY 




Education 


Starkville 


SANDERS, MICHAEL EARL 




Forestry 


Vicksburg 


SANDERSON, BOBBY HUGH 




Business 


Houston 


SANDLIN, IERRY LEE 




Business 


Fulton 


SANTAMARIA, RAFAEL 




Engineering 


Ashland 


SAPPINGTON, GAIL HOWELL 




Arts & Sciences 


Pontotoc 


SATERFIEL, THOMAS H. 




Education 


Louisville 


SAVAGE, SAMUEL B. 




Agriculture 


Memphis 


SEAWRIGHT, CHARLES L. 




Business 


Maben 


SEGREST, DIANE CALLAHAN 




Education 


Vicksburg 


SEGREST, IOHN CHARLES 




Agriculture 


Hermanville 


SEID, RAYMOND 




Engineering 


Greenville 


SESSUMS, FRANK MORGAN 




Business 


Starkville 


SESSUMS, IAMES WILLIAM 


, 


Forestry 


Lena 


SEYFARTH, ROBERT HAROLD 




Engineering 


Starkville 


SHAFER, IAMES EDWIN 




Engineering 


Jackson 


SHAH, BAUTAM B. 




Engineering 


India 


SHAMBURGER, SUSAN KAY 




Education 


Brandon 


SHARBROUGH, WILLIAM C , III 




Education 


Starkville 


SHAW, CHARLOTTE S. 




Education 


Starkville 


SHAW, TROY ELLIS 




Education 


Walnut 


SHEELY, PATSILU T. 




Agriculture 


Aberdeen 



309 



Seniors 



SHEFFIELD, PAUL ROBINSON, |R. 

Arts & Sciences 

SHEFFIELD, ROBERT EARL 

Engineering 

SHELL, DEBORAH LOUISE 

Arts & Sciences 

SHEPHERD, FELIX GERALD 

Education 

SHEPHERD, SHEILA A, W 

Business 

SHEPHERD, THOMAS STANLEY 

Business 

SHIELDS, BRENDA THOMPSON 

Education 

SHIELDS, MICHAEL F. 

Business 

SHINAULT, CECIL BLANT 

Engineering 

SHOEMAKE, IULIUS STUNFORD 

English 

SHULTZ, MARTHA MAXWELL 

Education 

SHUMPERT, ORA WALKER 

Education 

SHUMPERT, ROBERT FLETCHER 

Arts & Sciences 

SICMAN, |OHN CORDON, |R. 

Engineering 

SIMMONS, EMMITT LEROY 

Engineering 

SIMMONS, HARRY CLAY 

Business 

SIMMONS, MARY BELL 

Agriculture 

SIMMONS, RICHARD DICKSON 

Business 

SIMMONS, WANDA DALE 

Education 

SIMPSON, IANET ELKIN 

Education 

SIMS, ARTIE 

Education 

SINCLAIR, DANIEL THOMPSON, |R. 

Agriculture 

SINNO, HASHEM M. 

Engineering 

SKELTON, |ANE B 

Education 

SKELTON, IIMMIE CORDON 

Agriculture 

SKELTON, LOUIE MACK 

Agriculture 

SKEWES, MARY MARGARET 

Education 

SKIPPER, IAMES A., |R. 

Education 

SLAUGHTER, ARVILLE O'NEIL 

Arts & Sciences 

SLAUGHTER, WILLIAM L. 

Business 

SLOAN, DIANNA HEMPHILL 

Agriculture 

SLOAN, CART WAYNE 

Engineering 

SMART, FREDDY THOMAS 

Agriculture 

SMITH, BARBARA ). 

Agriculture 

SMITH, BETTY SUE 

Arts & Sciences 

SMITH, BILLY E. 

Agriculture 

SMITH, FRANCES HOLMES 

Education 

SMITH, IIMMY ANDREW 

Education 

SMITH, IO NELLE 

Education 

SMITH, OSCAR, |R 

Education 

SMITH, PAUL P. 

Business 

SMITH, RICHARD ERIC 

Forestry 

SMITH, ROBERT HARO 

Business 

SMITH, ROBERT RANDOLPH 

Business 

SMITH, SHERYL ]EAN 

Education 

SMITH, STORMY L. F. 

Business 

SMITH, TOMMY GENE 

Agriculture 

SMITH, VICKI CAROLYN 

Education 

SMITH, VIVIAN LEE 

Education 

SMYLIE, WARNER E. 

Business 

SNIPES, IERRY EARL 

Engineering 

SNYDER, WILLIAM DON 

Education 

SOLLIE, CARLTON RAYMOND, )R. 

Arts & Sciences 

SORRELL, JOHN A. 

Engineering 



Starkville 
Tupelo 

Brea, Cal. 
Laurel 
Saltillo 
Saltillo 

Guntown 

Vicksburg 

Byhalia 

Columbus 

Long Beach 

Starkville 

Amory 

Holly Springs 

Pascagoula 

Meridian 

Macon 

Pontotoc 

Smithville 
Kosciusko 
Meridian 
Prentiss 
State College 
Starkville 

Shaw 

State College 

Clarksdale 

Long Beach 
Starkville 

State College 
Vicksburg 
Booneville 
Perkmston 
Booneville 
Pope 

lackson 
Booneville 
Guntown 
Greenville 
Corinth 
Poplarville 

West Point 

Starkville 

Newton 

State College 

Louisville 

Corinth 

Tupelo 

Meridian 

Memphis 

Eupora 

Starkville 

Memphis, Tn, 




310 



Seniors 




SORRELLS, IOHN CHARLES 




Arts & Sciences 


lackson 


SPEARMAN, |AMES MEARL, |R. 




Business 


Saltillo 


SPEARS, ALBERT LUTHER 




Business 


Grenada 


SPEED, VIRGINIA KAY 




Education 


lackson 


SPEIGHTS, MARY LOU 




Education 


Madison 


SPENCER, MARION HANNAH 




Education 


Philadelphia 


SPRADLING, STANLEY |OE 




Engineering 


Fulton 


STEEN, SUSAN R. 




Business 


Pinola 


STEINBERG, LEONARD LOUIS, |R. 




Business 


Huntsville, Ala. 


STEPHENS, PATRICIA KAY 




Education 


Meridian 


STEPHENS, SHIRLEY SANDRA 




Business 


Columbus 


STEPHENSON, IAMES L. 




Agriculture 


lackson 



STERLING, IOHN L. 




Arts & Sciences 


Meridian 


STEVENSON, ALICE FAYE 




Education 


McCool 


STEVERSON, BERNICE 




Education 


lackson 


STEWART, DAVID HENRY, |R. 




Arts & Sciences 


Louisville 


STEWART, IOHN WILLIAM, ]R. 




Agriculture 


Poplarville 


STEWART, RAYMOND LON 




Business 


Laurel 


STEWART, ROBERT SIDNEY 




Forestry 


Lumberton 


STEWART, SHEILA ELAINE 




Education 


Coffeeville 


STONE, CAROLYN JEAN 




Business 


Gulfport 


STORTZ, LOUIS A, JR. 




Engineering 


lackson 


STORY, MARTHA ANN 




Arts & Sciences 


Yazoo City 


STRAHAN, RICHARD CECIL 




Engineering 


Poplarville 


STRAIN, CLARE ANN 




Education 


Morgan City 


STREET, EDITH WYNELL 




Education 


Blue Mountain 


STRIBLING, VERNON |AY 




Arts & Sciences 


Philadelphia 


STRINGER, BRYAN DAVIS, |R. 




Arts & Sciences 


Canton 


STRINGER, HOWARD KEITH 




Agriculture 


Columbia 


STRINGER, IIMMIE PIERCE 




Agriculture 


Columbia 


STRONG, ASYLEE 




Education 


Starkville 


STROUD, RON M. 




Education 


Longview 


STUART, LAURIE E 




Education 


lackson 


STUART, MARY ANN 




Education 


Macon 


SUDDUTH, CHARLES M., |R 




Business 


lackson 


SULLIVAN, CYNTHIA M. 




Education 


Mendenhall 


SULLIVAN, TOMMY L. 




Agriculture 


Mt. Olive 


SUMMERS, IAMES STEVEN 




Agriculture 


Brooksville 


SUMMERS, PAUL GARVAN 




Business 


Somerville, Tenn. 


SWAIN, KELLY 




Business 


Meridian 


SYKES, CAREY MICHAEL 




Business 


lackson 


SYKES, HALBERT EARL 




Education 


West Point 


TALLANT, EMMAGE 




Business 


Aberdeen 


TATUM, DAVID HAROLD 




Agriculture 


Waynesboro 


TAYLOR, CURTIS M. 




Agriculture 


Sturgis 


TAYLOR, MARSHALL WAYNE 




Arts & Sciences 


Booneville 


TEAFORD, IAMES WILLIAM 




Forestry 


Osceola, Ark. 


TEMPLE, FUTRELLE LEE 




Forestry 


Tuscaloosa, Ala. 


TEMPLE, TERRELL WAYNE 




Engineering 


Starkville 


THOMAS, LINDA KAY 




Education 


New Albany 


THOMPSON, ELLEN ODOM 




Education 


Doddsville 



311 



Seniors 



THOMPSON, HILTON MICHAEL 




Education 


Raleigh 


THOMPSON, JOHN B. 




Forestry 


Louisville 


THOMPSON, MILDRED LEWIS 




Business 


Starkville 


THOMPSON, ROBERT TERRY 




Education 


Starkville 


THOMPSON, RONALD HAROLD 




Business 


Columbus 


TOMPSON, SANDRA KAY 




Education 


Corinth 


THORN, CHARLOTTE ROGERS 




Education 


Nettleton 


THORN, JAMES HUBERT 




Engineering 


Cherokee, Ala. 


THORNE, DAVID REYNOLDS 




Business 


luka 


THORNE, GARY W. 




Agriculture 


Hickory 


THORNHILL, DELBERT LYNN 




Engineering 


Morgantown 


THORNTON, JANICE 




Education 


Clinton 


THORNTON, JOHN EARL 




Arts & Sciences 


Greenville 


TIDWELL, JAMES M. 




Architecture 


Booneville 


TILLMAN, EVELYN LOUISE 




Education 


Meridian 


TILLSON, JOHN M. 




Agriculture 


Raleigh 


TINGLE, JOHN L. 




Forestry 


Philadelphia 


TINGLE, PATRICIA ANN 




Education 


Madden 


TOLBERT, GEORGE ALLEN 




Engineering 


Collinsvi lie 


TONKIN, STEVE 




Arts & Sciences 


ML Laurel 


TOWNSEND, BROOKS PIERCE 




Engineering 


Hattiesburg 


TOWNSEND, JOHN DOTSON 




Business 


Winona 


TRAHAN, ERNEST J. 




Engineering 


Biloxi 


TRAPP, ALBERT HARVEY 




Business 


Philadelphia 


TRAVILLION, KEN CONRAD 




Engineering 


Pasc'agoula 


TRAWICK, TAMA LEAH 




Business 


Clarksdale 


TRIPLETT, MICHAEL WILLIAM 




Business 


Louisville 


TROTTER, STEPHEN GANT 




Education 


Newton 


TRUITT, BRENDA MARLENE 




Education 


Minter City 


TUCKER, THOMAS ELMER 




Engineering 


Greenville 


TUNSTALL, CHARLES D. 




Business 


Vicksburg 


TUNSTALL, CHERRt NICHOLS 




Education 


Vicksburg 


TURNER, DAVID WILSON, JR. 




Business 


Greenville 


TURNER, ORION MICHAEL 




Engineering 


8 Mile, Ala 


TUTOR, JERRY N. 




Education 


Ecru 


UELTSCHEY, WATTS CASPER 




Business 


Forest 


UITHOVEN, MARK W. 




Business 


Columbus 


VANCE, CHRISTY 




Education 


Calhoun City 


VANCE, JOHN D, JR 




Engineering 


Conehatta 


VANCE, SHARON V. 




Education 


Grenada 


VANN, STEPHEN RHETTE 




Arts & Sciences 


Amory 


VARNADO, RUSSELL VAUGHN 




Business 


Wesson 


VARNER, DON ALLEN 




Education 


Jackson 


VAUGHAN, ELLIE LEE, III 




Education 


Amory 


VAUGHT, GEORGE ANDREW, III 




Business 


Natchez 


VERTZ, RICHARD J. 




Engineering 


Honolulu, Hawaii 


VIERLING, JAMES RAY 




Engineering 


Biloxi 


VIRDEN, VIRGINIA HART 




Education 


Leland 


VOSS, DAVID RANDALL 




Arts & Sciences 


Sarasota, Fla. 


VOWELL, BRENDA MASSEY 




Agriculture 


Noxapater 


WADDLE, JOYCE GAIL 




Education 


Nettleton 



312 




Seniors 




WADE, DOUGLAS KEVIN 




Engineering 


Starkville 


WADE, LILLIAN ANN 




Arts & Sciences 


Jackson 


WAGGONER, |OE AYRES 




Engineering 


Newton 


WAGGONER, SANDRA GAIL 




Educalion 


Carthage 


WALKER, ALBERT BEDFORD, JR. 




Arts & Sciences 


Tupelo 


WALKER, CAMERON T. 




Educalion 


Senatobia 


WALLACE, GLENN VENSON 




Engineering 


Bogue Chitto 


WALLIS, CAROL JUNE 




Education 


Bonneville 


WALLS, BILL JUNIOR 




Business 


Jackson 


WALTERS, WILLIAM LESTER 




Engineering 


Meridian 


WALTMAN, RANDAL G. 




Education 


Vicksburg 


WALTON, JOHN LAMAR, III 




Engineering 


Clarksdale 


WAMBLE, DOUTHIT EDWARD 




Education 


Starkville 


WARD, DIXIE J. 




Education 


French Camp 


WARD, LINDA FRANCES 




Education 


Jackson 


WARDLAW, CLARENCE M. 




Education 


Nettleton 


WATKINS, JEFFERSON WALTON 




Engineering 


Moselle 


WATSON, DEE A. 




Education 


Columbus 


WATTERS, SID 




Business 


Atlanta, Ga. 


WATTS, CHARLES M. 




Business 


West Point 


WATTS, SIDNEY C. 




Education 


McCool 


WEATHERSBY, TROY E. 




Arts & Sciences 


Starkville 


WEBB, MICHAEL KEITH 




Engineering 


Bruce 


WEBB, THOMAS MARQUIS, JR. 




Forestry 


Ruleville 


WEEKS, JIMMY CARL 




Agriculture 


Ackerman 


WEIR, JUDY ALLEN 




Education 


Meridian 


WELCH, JERRY CLINTON 




Engineering 


Ellisville 


WELLS, FRANK M ., |R 




Business 


Laurel 


WESTON, FREDERICK JOSEPH 




Arts & Sciences 


Leland 


WHITE, BETTY CAROL 




Education 


lackson 


WHITE, ELIZABETH ANN 




Education 


Grenada 


WHITE, IRVIN DALE 




Business 


West Point 


WHITE, MARTHA LOUISE 




Education 


Louisville 


WHITE, ROBERT CECIL 




Business 


Drew 


WHITE, RONNIE GENE 




Education 


Oxford 


WHITE, TROY WADE 




Education 


Brookhaven 


WHITEHEAD, JAMES ALAN 




Arts & Sciences 


Greenwood 


WHITFIELD, ROY MICHAEL 




Agriculture 


Greenwood 


WIGGINS, DANIEL GLENN 




Arts & Sciences 


Morton 


WIGCINTON, J. CLIFTON 




Engineering 


Yazoo City 


WILCOX, DON 




Arts & Sciences 


Tupelo 


WILCOX, WAYNE OWEN 




Engineering 


Pass Christian 


WILLCUTT, SAMUEL L. 




Education 


Starkville 


WILLIAMS, GRETA A. 




Education 


Batesville 


WILLIAMS, HAROLD EDWARD 




Education 


Starkville 


WILLIAMS, JOHN DAVID 




Business 


Tupelo 


WILLIAMS, KENNETH ANTHONY 




Engineering 


Biloxi 


WILLIAMS, RONALD LEIGH 




Education 


Carmel, Indiana 


WILLIAMS, THOMAS R. 




Agriculture 


Carrollton, Alabama 


WILLIAMSON, DOLORES ANNE 




Business 


Greenville 


WILLIFORD, MARY MARGARET 




Arts & Sciences 


State College 


WILLOUGHBY, JUDY CAROL 




Education 


Jackson 


WILLS, JAMES TERRY 




Agriculture 


Eupora 


WILSON, HAROLD J. 




Business 


Asheville, N.C. 



313 



Seniors 



WILSON, JANET REYNOLDS 




Education 


Kosciusko 


WILSON, JERRY LEE 




Engineering 


Hazlehurst 


WILSON, JOHN STEVEN 




Engineering 


New Albany 


WILSON, MARTIN EARL 




Agriculture 


Hamilton 


WILSON, WILLIAM RICHARD, SR. 




Engineering 


Jackson 


WINBUSH, EMILY COSELLE 




Education 


Winona 


WITT, JAMES ALLEN 




Engineering 


Tupelo 


WOLSKI, WARREN JOHN 




Business 


Jackson 


WOMACK, OLLIE E. 




Business 


Waynesboro 


WONG, HERBERT 




Business 


Greenville 


WOOD, BARBARA WRIGHT 




Agriculture 


Tutwiler 


WOOD, LESLIE ADRIAN 




Agriculture 


Kokomo 


WOODLEY, LAMAR PAYNE 




Engineering 


Gulfport 


WOODS, R. SHERMAN 




Education 


Sulligent, Ala. 


WOODSTOCK, DONALD ROY 




Business 


Columbus 


WOODYEAR, TERRY JO 




Business 


Roxie 


WOOTEN, SUSAN LEE 




Education 


Jackson 


WORRELL, MARY KATHLEEN 




Business 


Utica 


WORTHAM, JANICE DEAN 




Education 


Coffeeville 


WRIGHT, MARY LOUISE 




Arts & Sciences 


Cedar Bluff 


YATES, FRED WILLIAM 




Education 


Columbus 


YATES, WILLIAM CHARLES 




Business 


Alexandria, Va. 


YOUNG, ALBERT LEON, II 




Engineering 


Senatobia 


YOUNG, FRED RICKY 




Business 


Eupora 


YOUNG, LINDA KAY 




Education 


Tupelo 


YOUNG, WILLIAM WOOD, JR. 




Business 


Greenwood 





314 



Graduates 




AHMED, HAYATH ANZEER 




Seed Tech 


India 


AEBRITTON, IOHN DAVID 




Agronomy 


Starkville 


ALEXANDER, IOHN TAYLOR 




Industrial Ed 


Biloxi 


ANTHONY, MELANIE 




Business Ed 


Indianola 


ASHER, YASHAVANT V. 




Food Sci. & Tech 


India 


ASSUNCAO, MARCOS VINICIV 




Seed Tech 


Brazil 


AVIRAH, TAOTTUPURATH K. 




Physics 


India 


BAILEY, IAMES LAWRENCE 




Computer Science 


Jackson 


BAIRD, MARTHA ELLEN 




Administration 


Houston 


BAOUERO, IAIME P. 




Industrial Engineering 


Ecuador 


BARATHOKEY, SATYENDRA SINGH 




Seed Tech 


India 


BASSETT, MARY |ANE 




History 


Lexington 


BAYS, IRINEV ALCIDES 




Agronomy 


Brazil 


BECK, RUTH ESTHER 




Special Education 


Starkville 


BELANDRES, NIEVES M. 




Seed Technology 


Philippines 


BERRY, GARCIA GERALD, |R. 




Anthropology 


Lyon 


BHUVA. RANACHHOD D. 




Computer Science 


Starkville 


BLACKWELL, FREDDIE GERALD 




Civil Engineering 


Memphis 


BOONE, CHERIE H 




Education 


State College 


BOYD, IAMES CURTIS 




Biochemistry 


Okolona 


BRACKSTONE, SAM 




Political Science 


Corinth 


BROOKS, RONALD FORREST 




Business 


lackson 


BROWN, BEVERLY ROSE 




Business Ed 


Indianola 


BROWN, IAMES CECIL 




Business 


Starkville 


BROWN, IAMES MALCOM 




Spanish 


Greenwood 


BROWN, WEBSTER EDMOND 




Business 


Wiggins 


BURCH, IOHN IACOB 




Electrical Engineering 


Pontotoc 


BUTTS, GEOFFREY I., |R. 




Accounting 


Columbus 


CARROLL, TERRY DOYLE 




History 


Atlanta, Ga. 


CARTWRIGHT, TEARY MALONE 




Marketing 


Booneville 


CHAPATWALA, KIRIT D. 




Microbiology 


Starkville 


CHARLESWORTH, IOHN ROBERT, |R. 




Educational Psychology 


Latrobe, Pa. 


CHOUDHRY, M SAEED 




Chemistry 


Pakistan 


COLLINS, IAMES ANSE 




Aerospace Engineering 


Pelahatchie 


COOK, KENNETH L. 




Extension Ed 


Charleston 


CORPREW, IAMES CROSBY 




Management 


Norfolk, Va. 


CRICK, WILLIAM FLOYD 




Physical Ed 


lackspnville, Fla. 


CROCKETT, IAMES R. 




Management 


Starkville 


CROSBY, IAMES RONALD 




Management 


Vicksburg 


DALY, IERRY DON 




Guidance Ed 


Athens, Ala. 


DENISON, DUDLEY ERNIE 




Business Administration 


Gulfport 


DESAI, DINKER B. 




Seed Technology 


India 


DHANANI, TULSI MAGAN 




Microbiology 


India 


DHANYADEE, PRADHYA 




Agronomy 


Thailand 


DHINDSA, TASBIR SINGH 




Electrical Engineering 


India 


DOTTER, DAVID H. 




Business Administration 


Starkville 


EDWARDS, FRANK MARION 




Political Science 


Hazlehurst 


EISERLOH, |. SCOTT 




Electrical Engineering 


Jackson 


ELDRIDGE, CALVIN CARY 




Music 


DeKalb 


FARMER, LARRY EDWARD 




Accounting 


Little Rock, Ark. 


FARRELL, RALPH RUSH 




Mechanical Engineering 


West Point 


FICHT, LEO HENRY, |R. 




Finance 


State College 


FLORES, IAIME A 




Seed Technology 


Ecuador 


FLORO, SHIRLEY G. 




Zoology 


State College 



315 



Graduates 



FRIERY, RODNEY N. 




Sociology 


Deer Park, Tx. 


GAMMON, DANIEL TAYLOR 




Engineering 


Vicksburg 


GARNER, JAMES OTIS, JR. 




Horticulture 


Starkville 


GEARHISER, WILLIAM H. 




Business 


State College 


GERMANY, LOIS ERA 




Special Education 


West Point 


GLIDEWELL, BRENDA PARKER 




Microbiology 


Guntown 


GLIDEWELL, RONALD DURAINE 




Mech Engineering 


Starkville 


GRAVES, LARRY HUGH 




Guidance Ed 


Starkville 


GREEN, ANDREW ). 




Sanitary Engineering 


Starkville 


GROTAEER, DOROTHEA M. 




Microbiology 


Florence 


GROVER, VIJAY KUMAR 




Civil Engineering 


India 


GUIN, LARRY DEVAN 




Finance 


Starkville 


GUNTER, CHARLES PHILLIP 




Geology 


Columbus 


GUPTE, ANANTA K. 




Seed Tech 


State College 


HAASE, LARRY ALBERT 




Marketing 


Starkville 


HARBOR, ROYCE D. 




Electrical Engineering 


State College 


HARRIS, CHESTER ALLEN 




Elec Engineering 


Crystal Springs 


HENDERSON, EDWARD LYN 




Biological Eng 


Jackson 


HENSON, WILLIAM HOWARD 




Educational Psychology 


Starkville 


HERREN, REBECCA GULLETT 




Education 


Starkville 


HERREN, STANLEY ALFRED 




Economics 


Starkville 


HILL, CHARLES E, 




Ag Economics 


Starkville 


HINDIA, RASHMI K. 




Elec Engineering 


India 


HOCEVAR, MARJAN ANTON 




Indus Engineering 


Starkville 


HOLLOWAY, ELTON DEWITT 




Business Administration 


Winona 


HOMES, RICHARD EARL 




Business 


Starkville 


HOOD, IERRY E 




Agronomy 


Starkville 


HUANG, BAO-SHAN 




Chemistry 


China 


HUNT, DONALD RAY 




Education 


Starkville 


HURT, BRENDA KAY 




Business Ed 


Ripley 


INGRAM, BARBARA GLYN 




Education 


Carthage 


IYENGAR SITHARAM 




Engineering 


State College 


IECH, LARRY E. 




Entomology 


Kingfisher, Okla. 


IOHNS, PATRICIA A. 




Med Tech 


Macclenny, Fla. 


IOHNSON, JOHN A. 




Business 


Jackson 


JONES, CAROL |. 




Guidance Ed 


Portageville, Mo. 


JONES, O'NEAL SR 




Microbiology 


Greenville 


IORDAN, HOWELL READ 




Business 


Herring, Tenn. 


IOUNO, RANDOLPH JAMES 




History 


Falls Church, Va. 


KAUSHAL, SOM NATH 




Engineering 


India 


KAZMI, MOHAMMAD FASIHULLAH 




Mech Engineering 


India 


KEJTH, EDWIN MONROE, JR. 




Guidance Ed 


Gulfport 


KHAN, ASAD ALI 




Ind Engineering 


India 


KING, THEOPHILUS CLEOTIS 




Chemistry 


Bay Springs 


KUMAR, BINOD 




Mech Engineering 


India 


LAUDERDALE, SUSAN C. 




Chemistry 


Madison 


LUCAS, BILL C. 




Geology 


Gulfport 


MADISON, DAVID P., JR. 




Computer Science 


Brooksville 


MAHONEY, MIKE ALEXANDER 




Business 


Vicksburg 


MANYUDDIN MOHAMED 




Animal Science 


Malaysia 


MANEEKUL CHALONG 




Ag Economics 


Thailand 


MANNING, CHRISTINA LYNNE 




Education 


Stoneville 


MATULOY, FEUPE C. 




Ag Engineering 


Philippines 


MAYES, GERALD WAYNE 




Civil Engineering 


Decatur 




316 



Graduates 




MAYO, IOHN MORTON 
Polilical Science 
McBROOM, WILLIAM WATERS 
Electrical Eng 

Mccarty, iack crane, ir. 

Agronomy 

McCRAW, IAMES WILLIAM 

Agric ulture 

McKEE, BETTY STUART 

Education 

MEDI, HARINATH RAO 

Civil Engineering 

MECEHEE, |ACOB HARVEY 

Agriculture 

MEIGS, FRANK EDWARD, III 

Business 

MELTON, SHERRY ANN 

History 

MILLER, ROBERT R. 

Business 

MISHRA, TRILOKI NATH 

Seed Tech 

MITTS, IOFFRION 

Physical Ed 

MOHPRASIT, PHONGSAK 

Horticulture 

MONDRAGON, RENE LUISTRO 

Seed Tech 

MOORE, MORRIS BILL 

Business Administration 

MOORE, THOMAS K. 

Sanitary Eng 

MUKHERIEE, DHURTATI 

Seed Tech 

NAIDU, SOPPA MUNISWAMY 

Agronomy 

NAJAFI, KAMAL 

Guidance Education 

NETTERVILLE, RUSH E , |R. 

Finance 

NOBLIN, IOHN BEAMAN 

Engineering 

OLIVEIRA, MANOEL DE A 

Seed Tech 

OSWALT, MARY H. 

Education 

OSWALT, THOMAS GLYNN 

Education 

OVERALL, CARL BENNETT 

Aerospace Eng 

PADALIA, AMRITLAL K. 

Computer Science 

PALMER. TOBY LYNN 

Spanish 

PARCHURE, SHRIKANT 

Government 

PARK, MARLOWE R , III 

Horticulture 

PATEL, BABU N. 

Plant Pathology 

PATEL, ISHVERLAL T 

Dairy Manufacturing 

PATEL, |AI T 

Dairy Science 

PATEL, KANAIYALAL R 

Food Tech 

PATEL, MUKUND V. 

Plant Pathology 

PATEL, NATAVAR S. 

Civil Eng 

PATEL, RA|NIKANT C. 

Mech Engineering 

PATEL, SHARAD D. 

Aerospace Engineering 

PATTON, WILLIAM BOYD 

Agronomy 

PETERSON, |EFF HERMAN 

Ag Econ 

PLUEMSAB TAWEE 

Seed Tech 

POPINIGIS, FLAVIO 

Agronomy 

PORTER, CLARENCE MICHAEL 

Industrial Ed 

POWELL, NANCY ANITA 

Math 

PRASANN, A. OR. 

Materials Eng 

RAMAKRISHNAIAH, K.B. 

Physiology 

RAMSEY, A, FRANK 

Ag Econ 

RAO, A RAMACHANDRA 

Seed Tech 

RATHOD, M.S. 

Mech Eng 

REAGAN, WOODROW W , |R 

Finance 

REDNOUR, IOHN E. 

Engineering 

REED, ANNDA AUSTIN 

Business Ed 

ROBERTSON, NANCY INEZ 

English 

ROCHANAKIT, CHAITHAT 

Education 

ROGERS, WALTER ALVIN, |R. 

Chem Engineering 



Starkville 

Starkville 

Enterprise 

Woodville 

State College 

India 

Carriere 

Starkville 

Durant 

Gulfport 

India 

Enterprise 

Thailand 

Philippines 

Winterhaven, Fla. 

Starkville 

India 

India 

India 

lackson 

Starkville 

Brazil 

Starkville 

Starkville 

Covington, Tn. 

India 

Pleasant Acres 

India 

Greenville 

India 

India 
Kenya 
India 
India 
India 
India 

Starkville 

uunlown 

Monticello 

Thailand 

Brazil 

lackson 

Picayune 

India 

India 

Leland 

India 

Starkville 

lackson 
Pascagoula 

Winona 
Starkville 
Starkville 

Natchez 



317 



Graduates 



RONE, THOMAS JOSEPH 




Ag Econ 


Starkville 


ROSTRAN, ALEIANDRO 




Ag Econ 


India 


ROWLEY, NANCY CAROLYN 




Education 


McComb 


SANDERS, DENNIS RONALD 




Computer Science 


Gunnison 


SAPPINCTON, MICHAEL LEE 




Business 


Pontotoc 


SATAYAVIBUL, PANOD 




Seed Tech 


Thailand 


SEE, SUZANNE GLORIA 




Music Ed 


Clinton 


SEELING, SUSAN P. 




Languages 


Columbus 


SERMSAWATSRI, POONSIN 




Agronomy 


Thailand 


SHAH, PRAFULL C. 




Microbiology 


India 


SHARMA, IAGDISHCHANDRA K. 




Computer Science 


State College 


SHARMA, SUNIL KUMAR 




Industrial Eng 


State College 


SHAW, PHILIP W., JR. 




Civil Engineering 


State College 


SHIREY, PAUL DOUGLAS 




Engineering Ft. 


Walton Beach, Fla. 


SHIREY, SHARON M. 




Business Ed Ft. 


Walton Beach, Fla. 


SHUKLA. NARENDRA R. 




Geology 


State College 


SHUMPERT, THOMAS HERMAN 




Electrical Eng 


Starkville 


SLEVERDES, CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL 




Sociology 


Starkville 


SIMMONS, IAMES EDWARD 




Business 


Walterboro, S.C. 


SINGH, SADHU 




Seed Tech 


India 


SINGH, SARTAJ VIR 




Industrial Eng 


India 


SINHA, JOGENDRA PRASAD 




Seed Tech 


India 


SPEED, WILLIAM 




Psychotherapy 


Greenwood 


SRI-ARUNOTRI, SURARIT 




Entomology 


Thailand 


STAFFORD, JAMES P. Ill 




Civil Eng 


Arkadelphia, Ark. 


STEWART, RITA LAROSE 




Education 


Bruce 


STRACHAN, WILLIAM FRED 




Agronomy 


Starkville 


STUART, DON B. 




Business Admin 


Meridian 


STUART, NINA GLASGOW 




Sociology 


Starkville 


STUART, WOODROW B., JR. 




Ed Admin 


Starkville 


SULLIVAN, SUE LYNN 




Genetics 


Lexington 


SURAKIAT, SOMSONG 




Nutrition 


Thailand 


TAYLOR, WILLIAM MARION, JR. 




History 


Starkville 


TENNYSON, JOHN MARION 




Microbiology 


Brooksville 


THOMAS, RANDALL LLOYD 




Education 


Summit 


THOMPSON, NELSON ALFRED 




Physics 


Russellville, Ala. 


THUMAR, BHAGVANJI G. 




Microbiology 


India 


TIDWELL, ROBERT JAMES 




Business 


Starkville 


TIRANASAR, CHOOMPOTE 




Indus Eng 


Thailand 


TOWNSEND, ANDREW L. 




Mathematics 


Einona 


TU, MIGUEL NIENCHUN 




Spanish 


China 


TYRONE, CHARLES LELAND 




Nuclear Eng 


Prentiss 


VANICH, VISUT 




Education 


Starkville 


WALKER, ROBERT G. 




Guidance Ed 


Petal 


WALKER, WILLIAM WARREN 




Agronomy 


Hammond, La. 


WALTERS, JAMES R. 




Finance 


Laurel 


WARREN, MAX E., JR. 




Accounting 


Okolona 


WATSON, EARL C. 




Seed Tech 


Ellisville 


WATTS, ALFRED CHAPMAN 




Business 


Starkville 


WATTS, TUNELL B. 




Voc Rehab 


Starkville 


WEAVER, MARVIN FRANKLIN 




Agriculture 


Newton 


WEEKS, MARTHA NELL 




Social Studies 


Sturgis 


WILDER, HOYT B. 




Management 


Corinth 


WU, PING KURI 




Civil Eng 


State College 




318 



h» r It) r ~ 1 




Undergraduates 

Aaron, Michael R.; Liberly; 73 
Abboll, Thomas W.; Pattison; 73 
Abel, Belh; Greenville; 75 
Abies, Larry D.; Greenville; 73 
Abies, Nancy L; Meridian; 75 
Abslon, Barbara I , Wesl Point; 73 
Adams, Carol S.; Indlanola; 75 
Adams, Dixie L; Hughes, Ar.; 75 
Adams, Henry V.; Columbus; 75 



Adams, lohn R., |r.; Cedar Bluff; 74 
Adams, Leon; Madison; 74 
Adams, Lucy K.; Louisville, 75 
Adcock, Jeffery M.; Biloxi; 74 
Adcox, Virginia S.; Picayune; 75 
Aden, Merritt R.; Valley Park; 75 
Ahmad, Mohammad N.; Anismanzil, 

Lko, India; 74 
Aiken, Nancy E.; Slarkville; 75 
Aikens, R. Nolan; lackson; 74 

Ainsworlh, Marietta; Lula; 75 
Alexander, Janet E., Long Beach; 74 
Alexander, Samuel R.; Terry; 73 
Alford, Chen L.; Norfolk, Va ; 75 
Alford, Marion G.; lackson; 75 
Allen, Anita K.; lackson; 73 
Allen, Carolyn A., lackson; 75 
Allen, Cecil M.; Meridian; 75 
Allen, Cynthia D.; Clarksdale; 75 



Allen, Douglas, |r.; Biloxi; 73 
Allen, Edward S.; West Point; 75 
Allen, Erma A.; Starkville; 73 
Allen, Eustace A.; Gulfport; 74 
Allen, lames B ; Starkville; 74 
Allen, Nancy K., Saltillo; 74 
Allgood, Sandra K.; Bogue Chitto, 74 
Alman, Rex, III; Bonita, 73 
Altman, Pamela D.; lackson; 75 



Amador, Francisco E , Guayaquil, 

Ecuador; 73 
Ambrose, Michael R.; Columbus; 75 
Amin, Arvnkvmar A., State College; 74 
Ammann, Maureen M.; lackson; 73 
Amnions, Susan L.; lackson; 75 
Anders, Michael A , Gloster; 74 
Anders, Teri G.; Fayette; 74 
Anderson, Danny R , Starkville; 73 
Anderson, lames B ; Meridian; 75 

Anderson, Kay, Okolona; 74 
Anderson, Ted E.; Yazoo City; 73 
Anderson, Tommy N ; Macon; 74 
Anderson, Walter C , |r ; Macon; 73 
Anderson, Wendy S.; Taylorsville; 74 
Andrews, Glen R.; West Point; 75 
Andrews, lulian M , Columbus; 74 
Andrews, Obediah, Magnolia; 75 
Andrews, Stanley C , Long Beach; 73 



Anest, Peggy D.; Tupelo; 74 
Anger, Ellen E.; lackson; 75 
Anghn, )oe R.; Tupelo, 73 
Anglin, Karen S.; lackson; 73 
Antee, Glenn A.; lackson; 74 
Anthony, Elechia J.; Preston; 73 
Anthony, Mitzi E-; Fulton; 75 
Apperson, Mary E , West Point; 74 
Applewhite, Henry I., West Point; 75 



Archer, Wendy |.; Cruger; 73 
Argo, Michael A., Ridgely, Tn.; 75 
Armistead, Elwyn A., Jr.; Tutwiler; 73 
Armour, loe W., |r ; Byhalia; 74 
Armstrong, David M.; Natchez; 73 
Armstrong, Delores A., Greenwood, 74 
Armstrong, Martha E , lackson; 75 
Armstrong, Robert L.; Meridian; 73 
Arnett, Eunice K.; Louisville; 75 



Arnold, Carol E., Holly Springs, 73 
Arthur, Bettye K.; Starkville; 75 
Arthur, Mary R.; Houlka; 75 
Ashley, Richard K.; Greenwood; 75 
Atkinson, Samuel A; Laurel; 75 
Atkinson, William T ; Vicksburg; 74 
Atwood, Gene B.; Monticello; 75 
Atwood, Vivian I.; Vicksburg; 75 
Aucion, Stephanie M.; lackson; 73 



Ault, David ]., Biloxi; 73 
Austin, Kenneth R.; Columbus; 74 
Austin, Melissa J.; lackson; 75 
Avis, lames A.; Wayside; 73 
Ayres, William S.; Leland; 73 
Babb, lohn H.; lackson; 75 
Backstrom, Belinda A,; Yazoo City; 73 
Bacon, Robert A.; Aberdeen; 73 
Baggett, Grady B,; Biloxi; 74 



Bagley, Pat L., lackson; 75 
Bailess, Catherine; Vicksburg; 75 
Bailey, |udy L; Clinton; 75 
Bailey, Laura C; Tupelo; 75 
Bailey, Thomas L., |r.; Kosciusko; 73 
Bailey, Walter H., |r.; Forest; 73 
Baine, Mary ).; Bryan, Tx.; 75 
Baird, Dennis W.; State College; 75 
Baker, Beverly N.; Gore Springs; 74 



319 



Undergraduates 

Baker, Charles M.; Clarksdale; '75 
Baker, Docia E.; Greenville; 75 
Baker, James A.; Meridian; 73 
Baker, |oe W.; New Albany; '73 
Baker, Mary L; Starkville; '74 
Baker, Rene E.; Ocean Springs; '75 
Baker, Richard M.; Starkville; '73 
Baker, Richard W.; Clarksdale; '75 
Baker, Sally L.; Leland; '75 

Baldwin, Elizabeth C. Greenwood; '75 
Baldwin, Eleanor A.; Greenwood; '73 
Bales, Daniel P.; Houston, Tx.; '73 
Ball, Tim C; Memphis, Tn.; '73 
Ballard, Edward S.; Louisville; '75 
Ballard, Harry C; Starkville; '74 
Ballard, lohn C; Ackerman; '73 
Ballew, Ann W.; Natchez"; '75 
Balmer, Thomas F ; Waverly; '73 

Banks, David W.; Grenada; '74 
Banks, Robert S.; Oxford; '75 
Bannon, Patty; Forrest City; Ar.; '75 
Barcellona, Bruce; lackson, '74 
Bardin, Cynthia L.; Flora; '75 
Bardwell, Arthur R.; Greenville; '73 
Barfield, Walter A.; Vicksburg; '74 
Barger, Henry O; Tupelo; '74 
Barlow, Cornelia A.; '75 

Barlow, Donald G ; Tylertown; '73 
Barnard, Nancy E.; Rolling Fork; '73 
Barnes, Barbara L; Moss Point; '74 
Barnes, Cynthia; Greenville; '75 
Barnes, David D.; Starkville; '75 
Barnett, Rannie C; Mantee; '73 
Barnette, Robert A.; Dekalb; '73 
Barrett, Carolyn K.; Cruger; '74 
Baskin, Peggy I.; Noxapater; '75 

Baskin, Robert L.; Noxapater; 73 
Bates, Darrel M ; Philadelphia; 73 
Bates, Timothy C; Lakeland, Fl.; 75 
Batson, Leila A.; Greenville; 74 
Batson, Wentz A., Perkinston; 74 
Baughman, Diana K.; Tupelo; 74 
Baxter, H. Robert; Senatobia; 74 
Baxter, Laurie L ; Bay St. Louis; 75 
Beach, William D.; Starkville; 73 



Bearden, Charles E.; Natchez; 73 
Bearden, Michael R.; Springfield, Va.; 

75 
Bearden, Oland S.; Jackson; 74 
Bearden, Vernon; Russellville, Al,; 74 
Beasley, ludy A.; Tupelo; 75 
Beasley, L. Jane; Tupelo; 74 
Beck, Deborah E.; Starkville, 74 
Beck, Susan J.; Starkville; 74 
Beckham, Aubrey M.; Leland; 75 

Beckham, lerry L.; Jackson; 73 
Beeland, Jackie; Newton; 73 
Behr, Stephen E.; Okemos, Mi., 73 
Bern, Allen K,; lackson; 75 
Belanger, Roy C; Starkville; 73 
Bell, Christopher R ; lackson; 73 
Bell, Rebecca K,; Corinth; 74 
Bell, Robert L.; Meridian; 73 
Bell, Randy W ; Vernon, Al., 74 

Bellah, Lester L.; Terry, 75 
Bellah, Lynn C; Starkville; 74 
Bender, Willie R.; Anguilla; 75 
Benedick, Fred L.; Mobile, Al.; 75 
Benedict, Joe F.; Amory, 75 
Bennett, Dwight E.; Kosciusko; 73 
Bennett, Katherine A ; Booneville; 73 
Bennett, Kathy L.; Ethel; 74 
Bennett, Pat M.; Starkville; 75 

Bennett, William I.; Crystal Springs; 73 
Benton, Bobby E.; Jackson; 74 
Bernheim, Marsha E.; Gulfport; 75 
Berry, Cheryl A.; Leland; 74 
Berry, James C; Lyon; 74 
Berry, Jane W.; New Hebron; 74 
Berthay, Carolyn; Saltio; 73 
Beverly, Robin J.; Clarksdale; 74 
Bibbs, Karen M.; Cleveland; 75 

Biglane, Kathryn A.; Natchez; 75 
Bignoli, Tony P.; Biloxi; 74 
Billups, Jim, Columbus; 74 
Birdsong, Victor L.; Columbus; 73 
Bishop, Alice E.; Tupelo; 74 
Bishop, Dixie J.; Richardson; 75 
Bishop, Linda J., Starkville; 74 
Bishop, William J., Waynesboro; 74 
Bittle, John A.; Hattiesburg; 74 

Black, George H.; Hernando; 75 
Black, Janice; lackson; 74 
Black, M. Lee; Louisville; 75 
Black, Paul T ; Columbus; 74 
Blackburn, Pat D.; Meridian; 73 
Blackledge, Mary G.; Laurel; 75 
Blackwood, Robert T.; Drew; 75 
Blair, Stephen M.; Starkville; 73 
Blake, Linda K.; Clinton, 74 




320 



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Undergraduates 

Blake, Virginia A.; Clinton; '75 
Blakely, Charles D.; Grenada; 73 
Blakely, Robert C; Columbus; '74 
Blakney, Janes T.; Reform, Al.; '73 
Blancett, Larry A ; Slate College; '74 
Bland, Ginger K.; Tupelo; '75 
Bland, lerry W.; Columbus; '75 
Blankley, Leah; Shelby; '75 
Blaylock, Victor E.; Greenwood; '74 

Blickley, Paul L.; Piscataway, N|; '75 
Blomeley, Debra L.; Whippany, N|; '75 
Blount, Marcia ).; Philadelphia; 74 
Blount, Robert C; Decatur; '73 
Bogan, Daniel W.; Meridian, '75 
Boggess, Elizabeth L ; Columbus, 74 
Boler, |oey E., Philadelphia; 74 
Bolton, Harold L ; Greenwood; 73 
Bond, Randy H.; Verona; 73 

Bond, Randy L.; Jackson; 75 
Bond, Rodney M,; Gulfport; 73 
Bonds, Judy; Corinth; 73 
Bonelli, Carol R.; Vicksburg, 74 
Booker, Michuel D.; Shannon; 75 
Boone, Joe J,; Tylertown; 73 
Boone, Kathy L.; Holly Springs; 74 
Borden, Richard C .; Tupelo; 73 
Bost, Steye C .; Starkville; 75 



Boteler, I Jane; Jackson; 75 
Bolt, Carl G., Columbus; 73 
Bouchillon, Harold B , Louisville, 75 
Bounds, Carol D.; Gulfport; 75 
Bower, Patrick I., Springfield, Oh.; 75 
Bowlds, Ted F.; Jackson; 75 
Box, Brenda K.; Brooksville; 73 
Boxx, loyce; Morton; 73 
Boyce, Richard W.; Okolona; 74 

Boye, Patricia C; Clinton; 75 
Boyette, John V., Starkville; 75 
Boyette, Laura E.; Jackson; 74 
Boykin, Roger D.; Gulfport; 74 
Boyles, Debra A.; Louisville; 75 
Braden, I. Stephen; Biloxi, 74 
Bradley, Donald C; Aberdeen, 74 
Bragg, lanice M.; Vicksburg; 75 
Bramuchi, Margie A.; Shelby; 74 

Branch, Lyn C , Winona, 75 
Branscome, Ronald R.; Duck Hill, 73 
Brantley, Luther T,, lackson, 74 
Brantley, Ronald A; Forest Hill, 74 
Branton, Debbie A .; Leland, 75 
Brasfield, Faye; Jackson; 73 
Brashier, Rita D.; Kosciusko; 73 
Braswell, R. Brent; State College; 75 
Bray, Richard L.; Houston; 73 

Breal, Joseph L.; Biloxi; 74 
Breeland, Raymond L ; Tylertown; 73 
Breland, lerry H.; Leakesville; 73 
Breland, Wanda S ; Hattiesburg; 73 
Breland, William G.; Wiggins, 74 
Brent, Donald L.; Natchez; 74 
Brett, Rebecca L.; Sumner; 73 
Brewer, Garry L.; Pascagoula; 74 
Brewer, M. Milinda; Pear; 74 

Brewer, Oscar C; Robinsville; 73 
Brinson, James M., Jackson; 75 
Briscoe, Frances E., Kosciusko; 73 
Broadhead, Milton D.; Meridian; 73 
Broadhead, R Rickey; Meridian; 73 
Brock, Bettye L.; Jackson; 73 
Brock, Dennis R.; State College; 74 
Brooks, Barry G.; Starkville; 75 
Brooks, John E.; Starkville, 74 

Brooks, Susan K.; Okolona; 74 
Brown, Allen D.; Corinth; 73 
Brown, A- Bryan; Delta City; 73 
Brown, Charles M.; Greenville, 73 
Brown, Cynthia A.; Jackson; 75 
Brown, Elizabeth A.; Houston; 75 
3rown, John M.; Vicksburg, 74 
Brown, Johnny M.; Jackson; 74 
Brown, Joy M.; Bruce; 75 

Brown, Lad; Brookhaven; 73 
Brown, Lynda L.; Tupelo; 74 
Brown, Patricia L.; Tupelo; 74 
Brown, Susan H.; Indianola; 75 
Brown, Victor C; lackson; 74 
Brown, William H.; Canton, 74 
Brownee, Ronald J.; Corinth, 73 
Bruce, Deborah L.; Natchez; 75 
Bruce, Robert M.; Blue Springs; 75 

Bruister, Del A.; Tutwiler, 73 
Bryan, Susan; Starkville; 75 
Bryan, Thomas E.; Memphis, Tn.; 75 
Bryant, Dorcas D.; Meridian; 75 
Bryant, Jacquelyn L.; Meridian; 74 
Bucciantini, John M.; Jackson; 74 
Buchanan, James F.; Quitman; 75 
Buck, George T.; West Point; 73 
Buckley, Beverly C; Newton; 75 



Undergraduates 

Buckley, Martin S.; Starkville; 73 
Buford, L. Anne; Tupelo; '75 
Bullard, A. Lee; Bruce; 73 
Bullard, Janice L.; Booneville; '73 
Bullock, R. lane; Tylerton; '74 
Bunch, E. Carolyn; Greenwood; '75 
Burcham, Donna N.; Tupelo; '73 
Burke, David R.; Greenwood; '74 
Burkes, L Faye; Louisville; '73 



Burkes, Patricia D.; Dekalb; '73 
Burnett, Emily K.; Corinth; 73 
Burnette, Suzanne D.; Jackson; 75 
Burns, David A.; West Point; 75 
Burns, Ted L.; Forest; 73 
Burrell, Tommy M.; Enterprise; 75 
Burress, Sara B.; Corinth; "73 
Burt, John D.; Philadelphia; 74 
Burton, Deborah L.; lackson; 74 

Burton, Joe L.; Blytheville, Ar.; 73 
Busby, E. Everett; Raymond; 73 
Bush, Barbara E.; Jackson; 75 
Bush, J. Louise; Pascagoula; 75 
Bush, Johnny M.; Pinola; 73 
Bush, Neal E.; Starkville; 74 
Butler, Brenda F.; Mantee; 73 
Butler, William; Columbus; 74 
Buttross, Linda S.; Canton; 73 

Buttross, Martha E.; Canton, 75 
Buttross, Thomas E.; Natchez; 73 
Byars, David C; Philadelphia; 75 
Byrd, Bruce H.; Lucedale; 75 
Byrd, John H.; Natchez; 74 
Byrd, Phillip L, Laurel; 74 
Byrne, Gregory J.; Biloxi; 73 
Cade, Barbara A.; Starkville; 75 
Cade, M. Dewayne; West; 74 

Cain, Cathy E.; Philadelphia; 74 
Cain, Jennifer E.; Brookhaven; 74 
Cain, Michael B.; Jackson; 75 
Calhoun, Mary S.; Jayess; 75 
Callaway, Mary L.; lackson; 73 
Callicott, Henry C, Jr.; Memphis, Tn.; 

74 
Cameron, Ronnie C; State College; 73 
Campbell, Ashby N.; Holly Springs; 73 
Campbell, Clay R.; Milton, FL; 74 

Campbell, Frank; Meridian; 73 
Campbell, Melvin R.; Verona; 75 
Campbell, Suzanne H.; Milton, FL; 74 
Cannon, Linda J., West Point; 74 
Cantrell, James A.; Starkville; 74 
Cardwell, Durenda G.; State College; 74 
Carlisle, Martha A.; Holly Springs; 75 
Carlton, Charles ML; Natchez; 74 
Carnathan, James W.; Houston; 74 

Carothers, Mattie; Prairie; 74 
Carpenter, Brenda F.; Columbus; 73 
Carr, Joan G.; Greenville; 74 
Carraway, Louise; Greenwood; 75 
Carroll, |ame,s M.; Columbus; 74 
Carter, Meredith M.; Belzoni; 73 
Case, Tommy W.; Brookhaven, 73 
Cassell, Edwin H., Jr.; Taylorsville; 73 
Cassels. Milton S ; Natchez; 75 

Castle, Kathy L.; Meridian; 74 
Castleberry, lohn T., luka; 74 
Castles, Frank C; Starkville; 73 
Caswell, Calvin W ; lackson; 74 
Catledge, John W.; Honolula, Hi.; 74 
Catledge, Susan D.; Louisville; 75 
Chadwick, Timothy B.; Forest; 73 
Chailland, Dannye L.; Aberdeen; 74 
Chamblee, Charles M.; Carthage; 73 

Chandler, Mary L.; Laurel; 74 
Chandler, William F., |r.; Canton; 73 
Chapin, Larry T.; State College; 73 
Chapman, Charles R.; Clara; 73 
Chapman, lames E., Kosciusko; 74 
Chapman, Susan A ; Meridian; 73 
Cheah, Paddy; Indonesia; 73 
Cheshire, Edwin T.; lackson; 74 
Childress, lames D ; Houston; 73 

Childress, lohn R,; Flora, 74 
Chinn, Dexter B.; Marks; 74 
Chipman, Shelley I.; Ripley, Tn.; 74 
Chism, lames B.; Crystal Springs; 73 
Choate, Robert O ; Columbus; 73 
Chow, Sherman P.; Cleveland; 75 
Chrestman, Auther G.; Bruce; 75 
Christian, Gerald W,, III; Corinth, 73 
Clark, Amon M.; Bruce; 73 

Clark, A. B.; lackson; 73 
Clark, Anita E.; lackson; 73 
Clark, Carolyn S.; Memphis, Tn.; 73 
Clark, Donna D.; Meridian; 73 
Clark, Donna M.; lackson; 75 
Clark, Rosa L.; Houston; 75 
Clayborn, Larry C; Starkville; 73 
Clayton, Ernest T.; Meridian; 73 
Clements. A. Mac; Durant; 74 

322 





Undergraduates 

Clemmons, Walter L; Columbus; '74 
Cleveland, Glenn D.; Saucer; 75 
Clifton, lohn F.; Indianola; 74 
Cloud, George M.; Dundee; '73 
Clouse, lames R.; Mantachie; '73 
Cochran, Belinda ).; Newton; '74 
Cochran, Debbra A.; lackson; '73 
Cochran, lames D.; Meridian; '74 
Cochran, Sandra L; lackson; '75 

Cockerhan, Susan L; Leland; 75 
Coggin, Cathy A.; lackson; 73 
Cohen, Stephen P.; Memphis, Tn.; 74 
Cole, Everett S.; Philadelphia; 75 
Cole, loel S., Mmter City; 73 
Coleman, Catherine; Forrest; 74 
Coleman, Charlie R ; lackson; 73 
Coleman, Diane E.; lackson; 73 
Coleman, Mike; Corinth; 73 

Collins, Ann D., Starkville; 73 
Collins, David H.; lackson; 75 
Collins, Edna E.; Kilmichael; 73 
Collins, Ernie I.; Tupelo; 74 
Collins, Michael K.; lackson; 74 
Collum, William R , lackson; 73 
Colston, Elizabeth K., Baldwyn, 73 
Comans, Wanda G , Sebastopool; 74 
Combs, Robert L., Starkville, 74 

Comer, Stephen L ; lackson; 75 
Conaway, Earnest R ; West Point; '75 
Conley, Sid; Starkville, 74 
Conn, Harold E,; Columbus; 74 
Conn, Richard A.; Hattiesburg; 73 
Conner, Dawn; DeKalb; 73 
Conner, Debra K.; Canton; 75 
Conner, lane A.; lackson; 73 
Converse, Rebecca E.; lackson; 75 

Cook, David A .; Starkville; 73 
Cook, David B.; lackson; 75 
Cook, Helen E.; (ackson; 75 
Cook, Michael G , Aberdeen; 75 
Cook, Rebecca C, Tupelo, 74 
Cooley, David P.; Ellisville, 73 
Coombs, lohn T.; Ridley; 75 
Cooper, Barbara K , Tupelo; 74 
Cooper, Clay S.; lackson; 75 

Cooper, Garland D , Magee, 75 
Cornelius, Michael A.; lackson; 75 
Coskrey, Jo A., Starkville; 73 
Costa, lohn R., Columbus; 75 
Cottom, William T.; Tupelo; 73 
Cotton, Beverly A , Ripley; 73 
Cotton, Bobbie |.; Gholson; 73 
Cotton, David I.; Vicksburg, 73 
Cournoyer, Linda ).; Louisville; 74 

Courville, Talbert R.; Welsh La.; 75 
Coutoumanos, Myara E-; New Albany, 

75 
Covert, Louis V.; lackson; 73 
Covington, Betsy C , Hazlehurst; 74 
Covington, Chyrl L ; Canton; 74 
Coward, lanice E , Noxapater; 74 
Coward, Sherry A , Hamilton; 75 
Cox, Angela M.; Columbus; 75 
Cox, Barry D.; Rienzi; 73 

Cox, Robert E.; Starkville; 73 
Cox, Timothy W.; Charleston; 73 
Cox, William W.; Columbus, 75 
Crabtree, lohn B ; Canton; 75 
Crain, David O.; lackson; 74 
Cranford, Cindy H.; Corinth; 74 
Crawford, lulian W , Yazoo City; 73 
Crawford, Wilkins M.; Holy Bluff; 75 
Crecink, Robert M.; State College; 75 

Crecink, William M.; Meadville; 75 
Credille, Randall |.; Belmont; 73 
Creekmore, Brenda G.; Fairfax, Va., 73 
Creel, Billy G.; State College; 75 
Cnbbs, Regina S.; Walnut; 74 
Cngler, Larry L.; Crenshaw; 74 
Crocker, lerry D.; lackson; 73 
Crocker, Kathy V.; Yazoo City; 73 
Croft, Cherri |.; Collierville; 75 



Crosby, Sid S.; Starkville; 75 
Crowder, Laura C; Clinton; 75 
Crowder, Margaret I.; Ellisville; 75 
Crowe, Bobby W.; Starkville, 73 
Crowell, Debra K., Louisville; 73 
Crudup, Dorothy A ; Vicksburg; 73 
Crumby, lanet C; Tupelo; 74 
Crumpton, Brenda C; Raleigh; 73 
Cuicchi, Mary L.; Shaw; 75 

Cuicchi, Richard A,; Shaw; 73 
Culpepper, Rachel D.; Meridian; 75 
Cumberland, Luke K.; Philadelphia; 74 
Cummins, Kerry A,, Pasadena, Tx.; 74 
Cunningham, Chris, Vicksburg; 74 
Curtis, David H.; Steens; 74 
Curtis, Rose E.; luka; 75 
Curtis, S. Lee; Meridian; 74 
Curtis, William M,; luka; 74 

323 



Undergraduates 



Czerwinski, Patrick A.; Meridian; 75 
Oabbs, Dancy; Meridian; 74 
Dacus, John F.; Kilmichael; '75 
Daffin, Charles H.; Starkvilie; '73 
Dale, lames S.; Columbia; '73 
Dale, Robert C; Columbus; '75 
Daly, Mary E.; Louisville; '75 
Danhoff, lames A.; Gulfport; '73 
Danhoffer, Barbara J.; Winona; '75 

Daniel, Beth H.; Scott; '73 
Daniels, Bobbie ).; West Point; '75 
Danner, Harvey C; Meridian; '74 
Danner, Judy N.; Amory; '74 
Darwin, S. Forrest; Tupelo; '73 
Davenport, Nancy L; Hazlehurst; '74 
Daves, Marilyn C; Winona; '75 
Davis, Bessie ).; Starkvilie; '73 
Davis, Bill E.; Morton; '75 

Davis, Drake; Starkvilie; '74 
Davis, Fred W.; Jackson; '73 
Davis, Harry B.; Smithulle; '74 
Davis, Iddo L; Brookhaven; '73 
Davis, lames C; Indianola; '74 
Davis, Jeannie E.; West Point; '73 
Davis, Jerry D.; Jackson; '73 
Davis, Johnny; Meridian; '73 
Davis, Joseph E.; Slavden; 74 

Davis, Lillian; Jackson; '74 
Davis, Linda S.; Yazoo City; '75 
Davis, Lynda D.; Ecru, '75 
Davis, Marty A ; Mendenhall; '75 
Davis, Mary H.; Hattiesburg; 74 
Davis, Michael D.; San Antonio, Tx., 74 
Davis, Olin H., Ocean Springs; 73 
Davis, Ricardo E.; Hondaras; 75 
Davis, Sandra C; Loflierville, Tn,, 73 

Davis, Sandra M.; Meridian; 74 
Davis, Stephen C; Mayhew; 74 
Davis, Steven R.; Pontotoc; 73 
Davis, William H., Tylertown; 73 
Dawsey, Deborah A.; Vicksburg; 75 
Day, Brenda ).; Starkvilie; 74 
Day, Margaret C; Charleston, SC, 73 
Deal, Duane W.; Slidell, La. ; 75 
Dean, Benny W.; Tomnolen; 73 

Dean, Priscilla; Yazoo City; '73 
Deangelo, Michael L.; Moss Point; 74 
Dear, Wayne L.; Jackson; 73 
Dedeaux, Edwin K, Perkinston; 73 
Deen, Susan E.; Meridian; 73 
Defries, Bonnie S.; Meridian; 73 
DeLashmet, Thomas L.; Moss Point; 73 
DeJk, Jack E.; Hattiesburg, 73 
Delk, Janice H.; Ellisville; '73 

DeLoach, Denise N,; Cleveland; 75 
Delouche, Karen C; State College; 75 
Demeranville, M I ; Clinton; 74 
Dendy, Cathy J.; Cleveland; 75 
Dendy, Tommy L , Aberdeen, 75 
Denham, E Franklin; Jackson; '73 
Denson, APH.; Bay Springs; 74 
Denson, Beasley, Walnut Grove; 74 
Derden, Margaret E.J Tupelo, 74 



Desai, Prakash B.; India; 74 
Deshler, Garvin H., Eupora; 73 
Devine, John J.; Chickasaw; 73 
Deweese, Ricky G., Philadelphia; 74 
Dickens, Darrell F.; Carthage; 75 
Dickerson, Lana S.; Tupelo; 73 
Dickey, Pamela J.; Batesville; 74 
Didlake, John E.; Columbus; 74 
Dier, foe B.; Seattle, Wa.; 75 

Dier, Rebecca J.; Seattle, Wa.; 73 
Dietz, James L.; Leakesville; 73 
Diez, Ricardo M.; Panama; '73 
Digby, Gary W ; Fulton, 73 
Digby, Opal A.; Fulton; 75 
Dillard, Larry; Nettleton; 73 
Dillon, Rae E.; Jackson; 73 
Dischino, Mary A.; Greenwood; 75 
Dixon, Joe L.; Kosciusko; 73 

Dixon, Merlin J., State College; 73 
Dobson, Stephen D.; Purvis; 75 
Doby, Clinton L ; Waynesboro; 75 
Dockery, John F.; Hernando; 74 
Dodson, Danny M.; Jackson; 75 
Donald, Harold H.; Quitman; 73 
Donald, Mary P.; Brookhaven; 73 
Donnaway, Joseph R.; Pascagoula; 73 
Donohoe, Sherry A.; Jackson; 73 

Dorman, Thomas G.; Picayune; 73 
Dorr, Carol A.; Birmingham, AL; 73 
Dotson, Katherine M.; Winona; 75 
Dotson, Lana M.; Winona, 73 
Dottory, Ronnie E.; Vicksburg; 74 
Doucet, Harry ),; Gulfport; 75 
Douglas, George T.; Tunica; 74 
Dowdle, Hazel A.; Caledonia; 75 
Dowdle, Samuel M,; Caledonia; 75 



324 





Undergraduates 

Dowsing, Frank D , Tupelo; 73 
Drake, Donna K.; Columbus; 75 
Draper, Sally O.; Forrest City, Ar,; 74 
Drees, William H , Columbus; 74 
Dreher, Debra L; West Point; 75 
Dugan, Cynthia D.; Grenada; 75 
Dugan, lohn L.; Shuqualak; 73 
Dugan, Lawrence C; Grenada; 74 
Duke, Paula S.; Jackson; 75 

Duke, Wanda; lackson; 73 
Dumas, Betty A.; Port Gibson; 73 
Duncan, Clyde; Georgetown, SC; 74 
Duncan, Joe L; Memphis, Tn.; 75 
Dunn, Charles H, Richton; 73 
Dunn, Connie S.; Greenville; 75 
Dunn, Durward B.; New Orleans, La., 

75 
Dunning, Sam T.; Canton; 74 
Duplain, Mary L.; Belzoni; 73 

Dye, Don; New Albany; 75 
Dyer, Deborah K.; Greenwood; 74 
Dyer, Robert W.; Starkville; 73 
Earhart, Cassandra L , Brandon; 73 
Earnheart, James D.; Tunica; 73 
Earnheart, Robert W , Tunica; 74 
Earwood, Deborah R.; Columbus; 74 
Easley, Christie V.; Vardaman; 74 
Easley, John D.; Tchula; 74 

East, lames T , Brookhaven; 75 
Eaves, Charles W.; Starkville; 74 
Eaves, Doris M.; Louisville; 73 
Eaves, Thomas H.; Louisville; 73 
Eccles, David I.; Starkville; 73 
Eckler, Scott C; Memphis, Tn.; 75 
Eddleman, Nancy A.; Jackson; 74 
Edmonds, Barbara C, Longview; 74 
Edmonson, Norris G.; Natchez; 73 

Edwards, James S., Newton; 73 
Edwards, Mary L.; Natchez; 75 
Edwards, Melvin L.; Jackson; 73 
Edwards, Rima G.; Leland; 75 
Edwards, Shelia F.; Tupelo; 73 
Ehret, Susan M.; Greenwood; 75 
Elkin, Gayla F.; Houston, Tx.; 75 
Elkin, Susan D.; Kosciusko; 74 
Ellington, Barbara L; Starkville, 73 

Elliott, James N.; Forest, 74 
Elliott, Mary J.; Greenwood; 74 
Ellis, Brenda G.; Carthage; 73 
Ellis, Cathryn L.; Meridian; 75 
Ellis, Debra B.; Mathiston; 75 
Ellis, Jan E.; Jackson; 73 
Emerich, Douglas W., Starkville; 73 
Emrick, Susan R.; Natchez; 74 
Epperson, Kay L.; Hazlehurst, 74 



Ervin, Theortris O , West Point; 74 
Erwin, Dorothy L.; Starkville; 75 
Essary, Charlotte L , Corinth, 73 
Eubanks, Carl A.; Gulfport; 73 
Eubanks, Gretta I ; Mt. Olive; 74 
Evans, Dellantheyia; Starkville; 75 
Evans, F. Anne; Boyle; 74 
Evans, Joseph T.; Lexington; 73 
Evans, William G.; Hamilton; 75 

Everett, Amy; Jackson; 73 
Everett, Bernadeane; Friars Point; 73 
Everett, Charlie J., Magee; 73 
Everett, Cythia A.; Meridian; 74 
Everett, Mark L.; lackson; 75 
Ewing, Margaret J.; Scott; 75 
Ezell, Valerie A.; Duck Hill; 75 
Ezelle, Barbara S.; Decatur; 73 
Faggart, Hope A.; Gulfport; 75 

Fairbank, Susan E.; Hattiesburg; 74 
Fairley, Mo Z., Vancleave; 75 
Farley, David P.; Corinth; 73 
Farmer, Nancy E., Jackson; 74 
Farr, Gloria P.; Jackson; 73 
Farrar, Margaret A.; Tupelo; 74 
Farrow, Kathy F.; Jackson; 75 
Faught, Charles; Charleston; 73 
Favreau, Laurence E.; Gulfport; 73 

Featherslon, lames D., Macon; 74 
Fellows, John W.; McComb; 75 
Ferguson, Richard J.; Meridian; 73 
Fernandez, Ernest; Tupelo; 74 
Ferree, Richard F.; Jackson; 75 
Finely, Patricia A.; Aberdeen; 74 
Fisher, Earle W.; Greenwood; 75 
Fisher, Susan L.; Greenville; 73 
Flagge, Paul O.; Tupelo, 75 

Flake, Janys D.; Starkville; 74 
Flake, Nancy B.; Starkville; 75 
Flake, Norma K.; Louisville; 73 
Flanagan, Robert A.; Houston; 73 
Fleeman, Sarah E ; Starkville; 73 
Fleeman, William E.; Valley Park; 73 
Fleming, John F.; West Point; 73 
Fletcher, Martha F ; Forrest City, Ar.; 73 
Flowers, Edward G ; lackson; 75 

325 



Undergraduates 

Flowers, Julia A.; Jackson; '75 
Floyd, Anne M.; Booneville; 73 
Floyd, lohn W.; Potts Camp; '73 
Folden, Don V.; Vicksburg; '74 
Fondren, lohn E.; Starkville; '75 
Fong, George S.; Hughes, Ar.; '75 
Fontenot, Victoria A.; Starkville; '75 
Foot, Patricia A.; New Albany; '73 
Forbes, Robert N.; Columbia; '73 

Ford, Chris H.; Brookhaven; '74 
Ford, lames A.; Quitman; '73 
Ford, Robert C; Meridian; '73 
Fortner, Marilyn V.; Eupora; 75 
Fortner, William D.; Laurel; '73 
Fortson, Vicki L; Tupelo; '74 
Foster, )oe S.; Hattiesburg; '73 
Foster, Margaret S , Tupelo; '73 
Foster, Stephen L; Houston; '74 

Fountain, Eula M.; Moss Point, '73 
Fountain, Gregory V.; Ocean Springs; 

73 
Fowler, Billy W.; Belzoni; '73 
Fowler, Ira D.; Gunnison; '74 
Fowlkes, Patsy L; Amory; '75 
Fox, Debbie ).; Indianola; 74 
Fraley, Marsha R.; Macon; 74 
Franck, John C; Vicksburg; 75 
Franco, Alberto; Meridian; 73 

Frankel, Kathryn J.; Leland; 75 
Frasier, Bruce D.; Meridian; 73 
Fratesi, Monica A ; Indianola, 73 
Fratesi, Victor H.; Greenwood; 73 
Freeman, Charles G.; Forest; 73 
Freeman, Dianne S.; Tupelo; 75 
Freeman, Nancy M.; Aberdeen; 75 
Freeman, Rebecca L; Caledonia; '75 
Frits, Andrew P.; Memphis, Tn.; 73 

Fuller, Elizabeth C; Laurel; 75 
Fuller, Ronald E.; Forest; 73 
Fulton, Anita F.; Preston; 74 
Fulton, Kris S.; Long Beach; 75 
Fulton, Temple L.; lackson; 75 
Fulton, Tommy J.; Philadelphia; 75 
Fults, Wayne E.; Leland; 73 
Funderburk, Danny R.; Aberdeen; 75 
Furr, James E.; Lyon; 75 

Fyke, Malinda C; Starkville; 75 
Gaddis, Edward M.; Forest; 75 
Gaines, Russell; New Albany; 73 
Galbreath, Diane; Natchez; 74 
Galloway, lames C; Columbus; 74 
Gammill, Wilson I,, Ackerman; 75 
Ganus, Harold I.; Buckatunna; 74 
Gardner, Nancy C; Union; 73 
Gardner, Paula K.; Columbus; 74 

Garrard, Pamela R.; Louisville; 75 
Garretson, Harry F.; Leakesville; 73 
Garretson, Vernon G .: I eakesvillp- '75 
Garrett. Dewayne ).; Pass Christian; 75 
Gatewood, Jimmy J.; Cake, 75 
Gavin, Michael P.; West Point; 73 
Gelman, Stephen R.; Greenwood; 73 
Gelston, Toni; Greenville; 75 
Geno, Gary S.; Boonsville; 74 

Gentry, Michael E.; Morton, 73 
Geoghegan, Marilyn F., Jackson; 73 
George, Alice P.; Kosciusko; 74 
George, Elizabeth A.; Jackson; 75 
George, John S.; Yazoo City; 75 
Geotes, Johnny W.; Gulfport; 75 
Gernert, Betsy M.; Cleveland; 74 
Getwan, Nicholas F.; Columbus; 73 
Gibson, George E.; West Point, 75 

Gibson, Laura K.; Shaw; 74 
Gibson, Mary A.; West Point; 73 
Gibson, Timothy R,; Hazlehurst; 74 
Giffin, Marsha A.; Louisville, 74 
Gilbert, Denise; Kosciusko; 74 
Gilbert, Thomas J.; Jackson; 73 
Giles, Robert C; Tupelo; '74 
Gill, lames R.; Clinton, Oh.; 75 
Gillentine, Ellen; Memphis, Tn.; 75 

Gilliam, LaFawn A., Okolona; 73 
Gillion, Peggy; Gore Springs; 75 
Givens, Wardell; West Point; 73 
Glisson, Mary G.; Holly Bluff; 73 
Gloppe, Elmer T.; Greenville; 74 
Glover, John T.; Ft. Walton Beach, Fl.; 

74 
Glover, Lanny R.; Maben; 75 
Godbold, John B.; Jackson; 73 
Godbold, Larry A.; Jackson; 74 

Godwin, Charles F.; Newton; 73 
Goetzmann, James B.; Picayune; 73 
Goforth, Ellen M.; Columbus; 73 
Goggans, Susan L.; Tupelo; 75 
Good, Susan B.; Starkville; 74 
Gordon, Charles E.; Canton; 74 
Gordon, Deborah A.; Jackson; 75 
Gordon, Orville L.; Starkville; 73 
Gordon, Stephen B.; Starkville; 74 



326 





Undergraduates 

Coussel, lane M.; Natchez; 75 
Grace, Charles W.; Hamillun, 74 
Grafton, lohn A.; Picayune; 74 
Graham, Richar D.; Golden; 73 
Granl, Mary E,; Caledonia; 75 
Granlham, Julia A ; lackson; 74 
Granlham, Sylvia D.; Gulfport; 73 
Grander, lenny L,; Louisville; 74 
Grau, Kathy, Greenville; 73 



Graves, Deborah L ; Brandon; 75 
Graves, Randy E., lackson; 73 
Graves, R. Elaine; West Point; 74 
Graves, Rodney C; Columbus; 75 
Green, Carolyn N.; Benoit; 74 
Green, Darian C; lackson; 74 
Green, Donna R , Booneville; 73 
Green, lames E ; Hazlehurst; 74 
Green, lames O , Forest Park, Ga.; 75 

Green, lanice F ; Starkville; 74 
Green, Marilyn L., lackson, 75 
Green, Norman E.; Hazlehurst; 75 
Greene, Gloria I.; Vardaman; 73 
Greene, Michael ).; Hattiesburg; 75 
Greenlee, Barry L.; Kilmichael; 73 
Greer, Claudia F ; West Point, 74 
Greer, S Cathy; BoBo; 73 
Gregg, Leroy W.; Belzoni; 75 

Gregory, Tommy L.; Louisville; 74 
Gremillion, Jerry W.; Gulfport; 73 
Gritfin, Adelia E , Leland; 73 
Griffin, lamie R ; Starkville; 75 
Griffin, Leonard G.; Starkville; 73 
Gnsham, Rosemary L.; Baldwyn; 73 
Grobmyer, Louis R.; Helena, Ar,; 73 
Grosinske, Gary D ; Starkville; 74 
Guess, Martha I.; Brookhaven, 74 

Guillen, Hector G.; Honduras; 73 
Gullett, William L.; Booneville, 74 
Gunn, Barbara; West Point; 74 
Gunn, Kathy A.; Lambert; 75 
Gunn, Tommy C; Walnut, 73 
Gunter, Barbara R.; Clinton; 74 
Gunter, Thyra A.; Columbus; 74 
Guyton, Laura L.; Starkville; 74 
Haag, George W.; Brookhaven; 75 

Hagan, Donald E.; Starkville; 74 
Hagans, A. Darlene; Terry; 75 
Haggerty, Michael J.; New Orleans, La.; 

73 
Hailey, Cooper D.; DeKalb; 73 
Haines, Carter G.; luka; 74 
Hairston, Carol, Silver City; 74 
Hale, Brenda E.; New Albany; 73 
Hale, Debra L.; lackson, 75 
Hale, Ralph L.; Natchez; 73 

Hales, Clinton B , Pascagoula; 73 
Hales, Thomas E.; Leland; 74 
Halford, William T ; Forest, 74 
Hall, Brenda K.; Red Bay, Al ; 73 
Hall, Brenda L.; Starkville; 74 
Hall, Charles A.; Natchez; 73 
Hall, Philip L .; Aberdeen; 73 
Hall, Tommy V ; Pascagoula, 73 
Hallmark, Dennis A ; Tupelo, 73 

Ham, Rodney K.; Summit; 73 
Hamill, Brenda A., Starkville; 75 
Hamilton, Cathy M.; Hamilton; 75 
Hamilton, John B.; Ecru, 74 
Hamilton, John L.; Meridian; 73 
Hamilton, lones S., Greenwood; 75 
Hamilton, Judi G.; Forest; 73 
Hamilton, William T.; Meridian; 73 
Hamm, Kathy D., Louisville; 75 

Hammermeister, Karen; Columbus; .75 
Hammons, lanet L.; Greenwood; 75 
Hampton, Bryan K.; Memphis, Tn., 75 
Hampton, Dixie L.; Florence; 73 
Hampton, |udy D.; Florence; 73 
Hancken, Helen F.; Gulfport, 74 
Hand, Susie; Philadelphia; 74 
Handy, Carrie B„ Hazlehurst; 75 
Haney, lames R.; Aberdeen; 75 

Hansford, lames L ; Union, 73 
Hanson, Sherry B ; Vicksburg; 74 
Harbour, Marr W.; Coffeeville; 75 
Hardin, Carey F.; Calhoun City; 74 
Hardison, Sally; Kosciusko; 75 
Hardwick, Fred A.; Jackson; 74 
Hardy, Sharon G ; Greenwood; 75 
Hargrave, Ronald S.; Hollandale; 73 
Harkins, Mitchell H.; lackson; 75 

Harkins, Walter M.; lackson; 74 
Harmon, Mitchell T.; Batesville; 74 
Harmon, Susan E.; Greenwood; 75 
Harmond, John S.; Steens; 73 
Harmount, Cathy L.; lackson; 73 
Harned, Helen R.; Starkville; 74 
Harper, lames T.; Vicksburg; 73 
Harper, Jeannette C; Vicksburg; 75 
Harrelson, Marilynn D.; Laurel; 73 



327 



Undergraduates 



Harris, Alison A.; Jackson; 73 
Harris, Beth H.; Greenwood; 74 
Harris, Charles E.; Booneville; 73 
Harris, Donna K.; Tupelo; 73 
Harris, George S.; Charleston; 73 
Harris, Janet N.; Starkville; 75 
Harris, Kathie A.; Greenwood; 73 
Harris, Michael I.; Laurel; 74 
Harris, Paul W.; Kosciusko; 75 

Harris, Samuel H.; Tchula; 74 
Harris, William H.; West Point; 73 
Harrison, Elaine G.; Bellefontaine; 74 
Harrison, Jack A.; Amory; 73 
Harrison, Linda D.; Jackson; 74 
Hartlein. lohn W.; Indianola; 73 
Hartley, Brenda B.; Jackson; 74 
Hartley, Clyde M.; West Point; 73 
Hartley, Ronald L., lackson; 74 

Hartman, Oscar H.; Natchez; 74 
Harvey, Glenn B.; Macon; 74 
Harvey, Richard A.; Yazoo City; 75 
Harwell, Herbert T.; Meridian; 74 
Harwood, J. Ray; Ocean Springs; 75 
Hatch, Catherin A.; Columbus; 75 
Hatcher, Mark L.; Louisville; 73 
Hathcock, Ernest A.; Winona; 73 
Hathorn, Maraer A.; Memphis, Tn.; 74 

Hatten, Everett P.; State College; 74 
Havard, lohn C; Louisville; 75 
Havard, lohn S.; Leakesville; 75 
Havard, Michael L., Hattiesburg; 74 
Hawkins, lanice F.; lackson; 75 
Hayden, Michael J.; Jackson; 73 
Hayes, A. Stanley; Jackson; 73 
Hayes, Curtley C; Meadville; 75 
Hayes, Dorinda J.; Carthage; 74 

Hayes, Joyce C; Macon, 73 
Haynes, Rickey L.; New Albany; 74 
Hazard, Boswell S.; West Point; 74 
Heard, Sarah M.; Decatur; 73 
Hearn, Evelyn B.; Clarksdale; 73 
Hearnsberger, Amy P.; Fordyce, Ar.; 73 
Heath, Martie R.; Canton; 73 
Hebert, James O.; State College; 75 
Hedgepeth, Sammy W.; Silver Creek; 75 

Heflin, Frieda J.; Jackson; 74 
Heflin, Melanie D.; Tupelo; 75 
Heflin, Pamela C; Gulfport; 75 
Hegwood, Charles R.; Biloxi; 75 
Heinbach, Gerald M.; Starkville; 75 
Hellenstine, Linda K.; Ololorla; 74 
Hemby, Lynn V.; Ocean Springs; 75 
Hemphill, Ryland H.; lackson; 75 
Henderson, Charles S.; Kosciusko; 74 



Henderson, Reginald R.; Jackson; 75 
Hendricks, Barbara A.; Dorsey; 73 
Hendrix, Rickey W.; Marietta; 73 
Henley, Catena A.; Holly Springs; 74 
Henley, lames G.; Kilmichael; 75 
Hennington, |anet; Crystal Springs; 75 
Henry, James K.; Nicholson; 75 
Henry, Susan A.; Carthage; 75 
Henry, Susy, Grenada; 75 

Hensley, James D.; Lake; 75 
Henson, lames L.; New Albany; 73 
Herbert, Barry W.; Winona; 75 
Herbert, Charles C; lackson; 75 
Herbert, Linda L.; Aseville; 73 
Herren, Martha; Utica; 73 
Herring, Andrea K.; Hattiesburg; 75 
Herring, Doris C; Greenwood; 75 
Herring, Edward L.; Fort Worth, Tx.; 75 



Herrington, D- Keith; Meridian; 75 
Herrington, Greg D.; Magee; 74 
Herron, Calvin A.; Starkville; 74 
Herron, Jeff K.; Oakland; 75 
Hess, Stephen W.; Memphis, Tn.; 75 
Hester, David L.; Quitman; 73 
Hester, Robert L.; Starkville; 75 
Hicks, Mary E.; Pascagoula; 74 
Hicks, Michael A.; Columbus; 75 

Hicks, Roy G.; Picayune; 73 
Hightower, Thomas F.; Euless, Tx.; 74 
Hilbun, Melynda; Oxford; 74 
Hildebrand, Martha E.; lackson; 75 
Hilderbrand, Herbert R.; Bentonia; 73 
Hill, Anita C; Crystal Springs; 73 
Hill, Clyde V.; Grenada; 74 
Hill, Fred D.; Mathiston; 74 
Hillman, lames R.; McLain; 73 

Hillman, Lydia K.; Richton; 74 
Hills, lames C .; Centreville; 74 
Himes, Karen K.; Jackson; 73 
Hines, Holly H.; Kosciusko; 75 
Hinman, Donald P.; Clarksdale; 75 
Hodge, Robert E.; Booneville; 73 
Hodges, Paulette, Kosciusko; 73 
Hodges, R. Dale; Zachary, La.; 74 
Hogan, Marguerite A.; Jackson; 75 




328 




Undergraduates 

Hogan, Susan C; Vicksburg; 74 
Hogan, Thomas; Slarkville; 75 
Holbrook, Candace M.; Holly Springs; 

75 
Holbrook, Larry C; Holly Springs; 74 
Holbrook, Timolhy C; Fori Lauderdale, 

FL; 74 
Holcomb, Cheryl T.; Richlon; 75 
Holder, Barry W.; Drew; 75 
Holland, Drue C; Booneville; 73 
Holley, lames H , Waynesboro; 75 

Holliman, lames L., Itla Bena; 73 
Hollinger, Bruce; Meadville; 75 
Mollis, David O; Memphis, Tn.; 75 
Holloway, Robert C; 73 
Holmes, Devorah | , Columbus; 74 
Holmes, Robert B , Kosciusko; 74 
Holt, Overson M.; Starkville; 73 
Honeycutt, Teresa L.; Houston; 75 
Hood, Brenda B.; West Point; 73 

Hood, Lewis S.; Starkville; 74 
Hood, Marjone N., Rosedale; 74 
Hoosel, John S ; Lyon, 75 
Hoover, Margaret B.; Brandon; 74 
Hopkins, Charles W.; Meridian; 75 
Hopkins, lames B,; McCool, 73 
Hopkins, Pamela L , McCool; 74 
Hopper, Stephen A.; Natchez; 73 
Home, Mario M.; Meridian; 75 

Home, Renola, West Shupualak; 74 
Horner, William H., Ocean Springs; 75 
Horton, lyanda; Worsey; 73 
Horton, |. Douglas; Conehatta; 73 
Houston, Barbara N.; Starkville; 74 
Hover, lames W,; Meridian, 73 
Howard, Ivy L.; Tupelo; 74 
Howell, Beverly | , Starkville; 73 
Howell, Dewitt M.; Corinth; 73 

Howell, Leah D.; Greenwood; 75 
Howie, Marsha L.; Neshoba; 73 
Hubbard, Clyde L.; Chalybeate, 73 
Hubbard, Harding; Grenada; 75 
Hubbard, lacqueline E.; Edwards; 74 
Hubbard, Mary D.; Eupora; 75 
Huddleston, Bill M, lackson, 73 
Hudson, Charles C , Columbus, 74 
Hudson, Nancy L , West Point, 74 

Hudson, Regina L ; Tupelo; 73 
Huerkamp, lames E ; Macon; 74 
Huff, Vickie S.; Meridian; 75 
Huffman, Deborah K.; Woodland; 74 
Huffman, Gary E , Houston; 73 
Hughes, Harry G.; Hattiesburg, 75 
Hughes, I Haden; lackson; 73 
Hughes, R. Alan; lackson, 75 
Huguley, Hoys P.; Monticello; 74 

Hull, Dewayne C; Dekalb; 74 
Hulsey, Emily ).; Canton; 73 
Hummer, lanet M , Prairie Point; 74 
Hummer, Leigh L , Prairie Point, 75 
Humphrey, Glenda C; Bude; 74 
Humphrey, Kathy I., Bude, 73 
Humphrey, Linda K.; Bude; 74 
Humphries, Ralph G.; Louisville; 75 
Hunt, Manlou W.; Lambert; 74 

Hunter, Paul M.; Clarksdale; 73 
Hunter, Robert D.; Gulfport; 73 
Hurd, Fay C ; Pascagoula; 73 
Hurt, Karen A.; Mobile, Al.; 75 
Hutchinson, |ohn R , Columbus; 74 
Ibsen, Ken S ; Greenville; 74 
Inman, limmy L.; Vardaman; 75 
Irby, Maxine; Vicksburg; 74 
Irby, Van L; Sledge; 73 

Irwin, Carolyn D.; Vicksburg; 75 
Isbell, Debra A.; lackson; 75 
lupe, Susan B.; lackson; 73 
Ivy, Patricia A.; Macon; 75 
Ivy, Wayne D.; Raleigh; 75 
Ivy, William B.; Baton Rouge, La ; 75 
lacks, Cynlhia L ; Laurel; 73 
lackson, Alvin E.; Gulfport; 74 
lackson, Benny G., Columbus; 73 

lackson, Charles H , Columbus; 73 
lackson, Donald M , Aberdeen; 74 
lackson; Jacqueline, Meridian; 73 
lackson, lames H ; Walnut; 73 
lacobs, )udy A.; Leland; 73 
lagnandan, Edward R.; Guyana, South 

America; 74 
lagnandan, Leonard S.; West Point; 74 
lames, Harriet E ; Gulfport, 75 
lames, lohn W.; Canton; 74 

laquith, M. Lynn; lackson; 73 
lee. White D„ Tutwiler; 73 
lee. White G.; Tutwiler; 74 
lenkins, Beverly A., Meridian; 73 
lennings, Linda D.; Vicksburg; 75 
lennings, Samuel L.; Richton; 74 
lester, Mike R.; Yadkinville, NC; 73 
links, Elizabeth A.; Biloxi; 74 
lobe, lames H.; Corinth; 73 



329 



Undergraduates 

lobe, Martha L; Columbus; 73 
foe, Betty M.; Greenwood; 74 
loe, Teddy Y.; Cleveland; 73 
lohnson, Cathy A.; Waveland; '75 
lohnson, Charles E.; Waynesboro; 74 
lohnson, Charles E.; Tupelo; 74 
lohnson, Cheryl L; Tupelo; 74 
lohnson, Curtis L; Arlington, Va.; 75 
lohnson, Donald I.; Tylertown; 73 

lohnson, Elizabeth J.; Bay St. Louis; 75 
lohnson, Fred C; lackson; 74 
lohnson, Gloria I.; Vicksburg; 73 
lohnson, |ohn D.; Columbus; 74 
lohnson, losef; Vicksburg; 74 
lohnson, (Catherine M.; Grenada; 75 
lohnson, Linda C; Kilmichael; 73 
lohnson, Mary A.; Longview; 75 
lohnson, Napoleon; Natchez; 75 

lohnson, Patti A.; Starkville; 75 
lohnson, Robert P.; Ripley; 73 
lohnson, Rona N.; Glen; 73 
lohnson, Terry R.; West Point; 75 
lohnson, Vicki L.; Greenwood; 74 
lohnston, Charles T.; Greenwood; 74 
lohnston, Erie E.; Forest; 75 
lohnston, lames T.; Starkville; 75 
lohnston, Marilyn J.; Winona; 75 

lones, Alan M., Gulfport; 74 
lones, Bryce; Amory; 74 
lones. Clay P.; Memphis, Tn.; 75 
lones, Cynthia L.; Jackson; 75 
lones, David B ; Vicksburg; 74 
lones, Deborah |.; Tupelo; 74 
lones, Deborah K.; lackson; 75 
lones, John P.; Columbus; 73 
lones, Kathy S.; Ellisville; 75 

lones, Kenneth A.; Steens; 73 
lones, Linda ).; lackson; 73 
lones, Marshall B.; lackson; 73 
lone, Patricia L.; Terry; 75 
lones, Robert K.; Biloxi; 75 
lones, Ronald A.; Columbus; 75 
lones, Roy A.; Jackson; 75 
lones, Stephen B.; Holly Springs; 75 
lones, Virgie A.; Meadville; 75 

lones, Wilson B.; Yazoo; 75 
lordan, Marilyn S.; Vaiden; 73 
lordan, Raymond W.; Alexandria, Va,; 

74 
lordan, Suzanne; Columbus; 75 
loseph, Elizabeth A.; Aberdeen; '73 
loseph, Mary A.; Kosciusko; 73 
losey, Patricia E.; Starkville; 75 
lourneay, William A.; Starkville; 73 
lourney, Billy R.; Kosy; 73 

loyner, lames A.; lackson; 73 
lue, Dorothy; Rosedale; 73 
lue, Fanny Y.; Hollandale; 75 
lue, Noreen L.; Hollandale; 74 
lumper, Rebecca A.; Etta; 75 
lunkin, Ella E., Natchez; 73 
Kappler, Susan; Port Gibson; 73 
Kays, Larry E.; Columbus; 74 
Kealhofer, Alice V., Itta Bena; 74 

Keen, Odie R.; Louisville; 75 
Keister, Thomas L.; lackson; 75 
Keith, Jo A.; Tupelo; 74 
Keller, Janice F.; West Point; 74 
Kelley, Tony E.; Fort Huachuca; 75 
Kelly, Brenda S.; Lake; 75 
Kelly, John C; Yazoo City; 75 
Kemp, Danny M.; Louisville; 75 
Kemp, Patricia A.; Saltillo; 73 

Kemp, Terry N.; Louisville; 74 
Kemper, Wayne E,; Jackson; 75 
Kendrick, Jeffrey G.; Hernando; 73 
Kennard, Thomas C; St. Johnsbury, Va.; 

74 
Kennedy, Nadine F.; Mendenhall; 73 
Kenney, William D.; Tupelo; 74 
Kent, Ronald S., Pascagoula; 74 
Kenwright, Nola J.; Grenada; 75 
Kersh, James D.; Heidelberg; 73 

Kersh, Patricia L; Heidelberg; 73 
Key, James H,, Jackson, Tn.; 74 
Keyes, Samuel W.; Jackson; 75 
Kidd, Peyton W.; Enterprise; 73 
Kilbourne, Don S.; Gulfport; 74 
Kilbourne, Rosemary; Gulfport; 75 
Killebrew, David B.; Memphis, Tn.; 73 
Killebrew, Donald R.; Greenville; 73 
Kimbrough, Betsy A.; Lexington; 74 

Kimbrough, Emmett A.; Starkville; 75 
Kimbrough, Perry D.; McCool; 73 
Kinberger, Karen A.; Jackson; 74 
King, Debra G.; Benton; 75 
King, Herbert A.; Philadelphia; 74 
King, Robert D.; Greenville; 73 
Kinney, John M.; Moss Point; 75 
Kinsey, Rebecca C; Corinth; 75 
Kirby, Degar A.; Columbus; 75 

330 





Undergraduates 

Kirk, Douglas D.; Shaw; 73 
Kirk, Thomas B.; lackson; 
Kirkland, Robert L.; Laurel; 73 
Kirkpalrick, Jeannie E.; McCool; 75 
Kirshman, Harry A .; lackson; 73 
Kish, Charles W.; Kosciusko; 75 
Kling, Patricia A.; Jackson; 74 
Knesal, William E.; Culfport; 73 
Knight, Deborah K ; Aberdeen; 73 

Knott, Nancy L; Canton; 75 
Koenig, Keith; Xenia, Oh., 73 
Kolb, Amanda L; Jackson; 74 
Koon, Nelson L; Booneville; 73 
Korlath, William J., lackson; 73 
Kozisek, Susan C; Clarksdale; 73 
Kraft, Sissy; Canton; 73 
Kremser, Carla D ; Greenville; 74 
Kuykendall, Robert R,; Decatur; 73 

Kyle, William A.; Franklin, La.; 75 
Kyzar, Kent C; Ruth; 74 
LaBerge, lane F.; lackson; 75 
LaBruyere, Kenneth M.; Pascagoula; 73 
Lacy, Scott D.; lackson, 73 
Ladner, lack W.; Pass Christian, 75 
Ladner, Myre L.; Saucier, 73 
LaFollette, George F,; lackson; 73 
Land, Paul K., lackson; 73 



Lamb, Henry D,; Greenwood, 75 
LaMond, Susan R.; Natchez; 74 
Lancaster, Linder; Houston; 73 
Lancaster, Sandra H , lackson; 75 
Lane, Kendnck; Magee; 73 
Langford, |ohn; lackson; 73 
Langley, Aurita; Starkville; 75 
Langston, lanice I.; lackson; 73 
Langston, Kathy A , Hernando; 73 

Langston, Margaret E , Hernando; 73 
Langston, Stephen |.; lackson; 73 
Lann, Barbara G.; Tupelo; 75 
Latimer, Betty M.; Pontotoc; 73 
Lauderdale, Leah M.; Rienz; 73 
Laughlin, David H.; Starkville, 73 
Lawson, Vicke S.; Shadowwood; 75 
Lea, ludy A.; Magnolia; 75 
Leach, Michael H.; Canton; 73 

Leaper, Sarah A,; Greenville; 73 
Lee, Alexander H.; Cleveland; 73 
Lee, Bruce C ; Meridian; 74 
Lee, Craig P.; Greenwood; 74 
Lee, David E.; Laurel; 73 
Lee, Debbie; lackson; 74 
Lee, lames R ; Memphis, Tn,; 74 
Lee, Laura L , Clinton, 75 
Lee, Mitchell W.; lackson, 75 

Lee, Sidney B.; Jackson; 73 
Lee, Terry E ; Greenwood; 73 
LeFebvre, Alton |.; Culfport; 74 
Lennard, lake C; Greenwood; 74 
Lenoir, Dorothy J.; Prairie; 73 
Lenoir, Shelia A.; Prairie; 73 
Leonard, Nancy K , Greeaville; 75 
Leonard, T M.; Jackson; 73 
Lerner, Wendy; Meridian; 75 



Leslie, Don B,; Starkville; '73 
Leslie, Hal S.; Greenville; 73 
Leung, David M.; Tupelo; 75 
Leung, Mae V.; Clarksdale; 74 
Lewis, Jacquelyn; Vicksburg, 73 
Lewis, lane E.; Cleveland; 75 
Lewis, Linda C; lackson; 73 
Lewis, Lynn; Meridian; 75 
Lewis, Marilyn D.; Starkville; 75 

Lightsey, Michael L.; Bay Springs; 73 
Lind, Roger C; Greenwood; 75 
Lindley, Linda E.; Brooksville; 74 
Lindsey, Dianna; Starkville; 75 
Linskey, Georgia F.; Drew; 74 
Linskey, Judith A.; Drew; 75 
Lipe, Bobbie R.; Texarkana, Tx.; 75 
Lipe, lack; Indianola; 75 
Lisenbee, Brenda K.; Kilmichael; 73 

Lister, William R.; lackson; 73 
Little, Louie E.; lackson; 73 
Livingston, William V.; Starkville; 73 
Lloyd, Lucy B.; Canton; 75 
Lloyd, Rose P.; Meridian; 73 
Loden, Bert N.; Canton; 75 
Loftin, Richard A.; Starkville; 74 
Loftis, lo A , Vicksburg, 73 
Logue, Michael H.; Vicksburg; 73 



Lollar, Dwight O.; Weir; 73 
Lomax, Mary C; Clinton; 74 
Long, Katherine A.; Meridian; 74 
Long, Larry M.; Houston; 75 
Long, Paul D.; Starkville; 73 
Long, Susan K.; Gainesville, Tx.; 74 
Longest, leanne C; Clinton; 75 
Loper, lohnny M.; Forest; 74 
Lassett, Larry J.; McNeill; 73 



331 



Undergraduates 

Lott. lohn T.; Vicksburg; 75 
Lott, Melissa L; Kilmichael; 74 
Love, Kitty S.; Maben; 73 
Love, Malcolm A.; Clarksdale; 75 
Love, Newton E.; Kosciusko; 73 
Lovelace, Leo B.; Culfport; 74 
Lovitt, Phillip D.; Hattiesburg; 73 
Lovorn, Bonnie E.; Carthage; 74 
Lowery, B. layne; Vaiden; 75 



Lowery, lack W.; Coldwater; 73 
Lowery, Mona A.; Starkville; 75 
Lowry, M. Jeanette; Winona; 73 
Lowry, Susan T.; Jackson; 74 
Luby, Cracy E.; lackson; 74 
Luby, lames H.; Benton; 75 
Lucas, lerry L.; Escatawpa; 73 
Luke, Molly H.; Union; 74 
Lunceford, lohn M., Calhoun City 

Lunceford, |oy E.; Sardis; 74 
Lundine, Sandra L.; Biloxi; 73 
Lundquist, Susan A.; lackson; 74 
Luter, Elnora E.; Raymond; 75 
Luter, George S.; lackson; 74 
Lyle, Will H.; Tupelo; 74 
Lyles, Kathy D.; Starkville; 73 
Lynn, lohn P.; Forest; 75 
Lyon, George D.; Clarksdale; 75 

Mabry, Aimee D.; Columbus; 74 
Madole, E. W.; Greenwood; 73 
Magee, Gilbert R., Tylertown; 73 
Magee, Gwinn; Prentiss; 74 
Magee, Kenneth R., Columbia; 74 
Mahoney, Colleen A.; Vicksburg; 75 
Mallard, Becky; Pontotoc; 75 
Mallory, Terry L.; Shannon; 74 
Malone, lobie D.; Walnut; 73 



Malone, Winthrop F.; Itta Bena; 73 
Mangum, lames P.; Forest; 75 
Mann, lohn R.; Saltillo; 73 
Mansour, Rasem T.; Israel; 73 
Mapp, Elizabeth L-, Forest; 74 
Marble, Ed R.; lackson, 74 
Marble, lohn G; lackson; 74 
Marchant, Shirley I.; Pascagoula; 73 
Marion, George E.; Houston; 74 

Marion, Phil L , Natchez; 74 
Markow, Susan M ; lackson; 73 
Marsh, Susan V.; Crystal Springs; 74 
Marshall, Victor B.; lackson; 75 
Martin, Ann B.; lackson; 74 
Martin, Beth A.; Memphis, Tn,, 75 
Martin, Charles R.; Grenada; 74 
Martin, James W.; Booneville; 73 
Martin, Martha P.; Crystal Springs; 74 

Martin, Mary A.; State College; 74 
Martin, Martha V., Mendenhall; 74 
Martin, Mary V.; Mendenhall; 74 
Martin, Sally; Columbus; 74 
Martins, Bolaji H.; Nigeria; 75 
Mason, loseph ).; Starkville; 75 
Mason, Kathy L.; lackson; 73 
Mason, Thomas H.; Gulfport; 74 
Massey, Charles L.; Starkville; 73 

Massey, Donna C , Oli\e Branch; 74 
Massey, Lewis W.; Tchula; 75 
Massey, Melanie Z.; Duncan; 75 
Massey, Rebecca C; Jackson; 75 
Mathers, Terrence L.; Shubuta; 75 
Mathews, Pete S.; Utica; 73 
Malhison, Donald L.; Prentiss; 73 
Mathison, Samuel K.; Prentiss; 74 
Matthews, lane A.; lackson; 73 



Matthews, Thomas W.; lackson; 75 
Mattox, ). Steven; Tupelo; 75 
Mattox, Linda G.; Rienzi; 73 
Mauldin, Douglas L.; Ripley; 73 
Maxcy, Peggy S.; Winon; 75 
Maxey, Brenda J.; Amory; 74 
Maxey, Roger D.; State College; 74 
Maxwell, Mary M.; Webb; 75 
May, Nancy R.; Hernando; 73 

May, William R.; Natchez, 73 
Mayo, Jeffrey K.; Forest; 73 
McAdams, lerry W.; Starkville; 73 
McAdory, Robert T,; lackson; 73 
McAlpin, H. Stanley; Vicksburg; 74 
McArthur, Billy K.; Moss Point; 74 
McBryde, Kenneth M.; Sumrall; 75 
McCall, Malcolm N.; Natchez; 73 
McCann, Richard H.; Shuqualak; 73 

McCarley, Camille; Brandon; 75 
McCarley, Harold B.; Batesville; 75 
McCarter, liac E.; Tupelo; 73 
McCary, Michael E.; Meridian; 73 
McClain, Barbara K.; Houston; 75 
McClain, Mary ).; Cedar Bluff; 73 
McClatchy, Robert M.; Sunflower; 75 
McClelland, Deborah K.; Sturgis; 73 
McClelland, Florence; Philadelphia; 75 




332 




Undergraduates 

McClelland, Rickey L; Sturgis; 75 
McCollouch, Jim M.; Meridian; 74 
McCormick, Michael E.; Carriere; 74 
McCoy, Carey I.; Jackson; '75 
McCready, Penni L; lackson; '73 
McCrillis, |oe T.; Crystal Springs; '75 
McCrory, Kathy A.; Brandon; '74 
McCuiston, Cay E.; Jackson; '74 
McCuiston, Joy A.; Jackson; '75 



McCullar, Billy R,; Batesville; '74 
McDade, Phillip L; lackson; '74 
McDaniel, David E.; Brookhaven; '75 
McDaniel, Julia A,, Dublin; '75 
McDaniel, Kirk B.; Brookhaven; '73 
McDill, Gary T.; Conehalla; '73 
McDonald, Denise L; Greenville; '75 
McDonald, Diana I.-; Greenville; '74 
McDonald, Donna ).; Jackson; '75 

McDonald, Margaret L ; Sturgis; '74 
McDonald, Michael CV; Louisville; '75 
McDonald, Nancy C; Natchez; '74 
McDougal, Yancy B.; Greenville; '74 
McDowell, Lonnie ).; Mathiston; '73 
McElreath, David H,; Oxford; '75 
McElroy, Richard H.; Baldwyn; '73 
McEwen, Steven R ; Columbus; '75 
McFadden, Edna G.; West Point; '75 

McGee, Brian E.; Jackson; '75 
McGinnis, Patricia A ; Germantown, 

Tn.; '75 
McGuffee, Douglas N,; McComb; '74 
McGuffie, James M.; Vicksburg; '73 
McGuffie, Roy D.; Jackson; '73 
McGuire, Ginny S.; Macon; '75 
McGuire, James M.; Jackson; 75 
McGuire, William M.; Macon; 73 
Mclnnis, Patricia F,, Yazoo City; 74 

Mclntyre, Larry M,, Indianola; 73 
Mclntyre, M. Marie, Columbus; 74 
.McKee, Catherine M.; State College; 75 
McKee, E. Belinda; Pelahatchie; 73 
McKee, Howard L.; Meridian; 73 
McKee, Joseph S.; Florence; 73 
McKee, Kathy A.; Batesville; 73 
McKellar, Cody D ; Vicksburg; 73 
McKibben, P. Owen; West Point; 73 

McKmney, Elaine H.; Corinth; 73 
McKinney, Juan M ; Kosciusko; 73 
McKissack, Paul M , Columbus; 74 
McKnight, Edward R.; Redwood; 74 
McKnight, Jack A.; Lyon; 74 
McKnight, R. Neal; Winona; 74 
McLaunn, Joseph B.; lackson; 75 
McLellan, Laura L., Lexington; 74 
McLeod, Marion A.; Lucedale; 74 

McMaster, Ronald B.; Benton, 73 
McMichael, Karen, Ocean Springs; 73 
McMillan, C- Stokes; Lucedale; 73 



McMillan, H Stephen; Kosciusko; 
McMillian, Daniel J.; Shaw; 73 
McMinn, Linda F.; Weir; 74 
McMullan, Biride N.; Decatur; 73 
McMullan, William R.; Forest; 73 
McMullen, Marshall A.; Meridian; 



73 



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McMurry, Michael A.; Tupelo; 74 
McMurry, Patricia A.; Tupelo; '73 
McNeal, Curtis E.; Myrtle, 73 
McNeece, Judy M.; Tupelo; 73 
McNeel, Vicky A.; Noxapater; 75 
McNeely, James C; Postelle, Ar.; 74 
McNeese, Alan D.; Greenwood Springs; 

73 
McNeill, Donald F.; Louisville; 75 
McRae, Mary L.; DeKalb; 73 

McRae, Philip E., Waynesboro; 73 
McRaney, Carol; Jackson; 74 
McRaney, Voss; Ocean Springs; 75 
McReynolds, Patricia; Crawford; 73 
McWhirter, Howard R.; Ecru; 74 
McWilliams, Betty ).; Hazlehurst; 73 
McWilliams, Gordon; Starkville; 75 
McWilliams, John H.; Holly Ridge; 73 
Meacham, Maude A.; Vicksburg; 73 

Mefford, Tony |.; Starkville; 73 
Mehlhorn, Diane K ; Memphis, Tn.; 75 
Melichar, Mary M.; Forest; 75 
Mengel, Darla A.; Altamonte Springs, 

FL; 73 
Merritt, Sheila L-, Tupelo; 73 
Messer, Brenda K.; Jackson; 75 
Metts, Mary A.; Louisville; 75 
Michelbacher, Virginia M,; Huntsville, 

AL; 75 
Mikosz, Anthony L.; lackson; 75 

Miles, Barbara N.; Lexington; 73 
Miles, Marsha; Louisville; 75 
Milican, Sandra K,; West Point; 75 
Millard, Randolph T.; Jackson; 73 
Miller, Cheryl; Starkville; 73 
Miller, Frank G.; Greenwood; 74 
Miller, George E.; Laurel; 74 
Miller, Harold L.; Vaughan; 75 
Miller, H. Tucker; Drew; 75 

333 



Undergraduates 

Miller, fames H; Holly Springs; 73 
Miller, Janice M.; Tupelo; 75 
Miller, Kenneth E.; Columbus; '74 
Miller, Richard D.; Berkeley Heights, NJ; 

'75 
Miller, Thomas K.; Meridian; '73 
Mills, Gary C; Darling; 75 
Mills, Ceorganna; Weir; '73 
Mills, Kevin P.; Benoit; '74 
Millsaps, Loreta C; Tupelo; '74 

Milner, Delores A.; Yazoo City; '73 
Milton, Sally C; Hazlehurst; '73 
Mims, Deborah L; Coila; '73 
Mims, Gerry L; Vaiden; '73 
Minks, Hettie L; Liberty; '74 
Misch, Leslie ).; Kosciusko; '75 
Mitchell, Dan V.; Philadelphia; '75 
Mitchell, Enid M.; Pontotoc; '74 
Mitchell, ludy B., Louisville; '75 

Mitchell, Karen S.; Germantown, Tn.; 

'73 
Mitchell, Miller A.; Starkville; '74 
Mitts, Billy F.; Enterprise; '75 
Mitts, Elizabeth ].; Enterprise; '73 
Mize, Margaret L.; Fulton; '73 
Mize, Thomas O.; Amory; '75 
Mobley, Edwin H.; Bentonia; '74 
Modder, Robert L., West Point; '73 
Monaghan, Deborah S.; Tupelo; '75 

Monroe, Johnny R., Meadville; '74 
Montgomery, Anne M., Clinton; '73 
Montgomery, H. Frank; Forest; '73 
Montgomery, Sara C; Tupelo; '74 
Montgomery, W. David; Jackson; '74 
Monti, Joe E.; Bay St. Louis; '74 
Moon, Larry J.; Boyle; '75 
Moore, Alfred B.; Louisville; '74 
Moore, Barbara M.; Booneville; '75 

Moore, Deborah M.; Jackson; '75 
Moore, Demaris L.; Laurel; '75 
Moore, Donna A.; Richmond, Va.; '74 
Moore, Eddie L.; Long Beach; '73 
Moore, Ella L.; West Point; '73 
Moore, Frankie L.; Philadelphia; '73 
Moore, Gail A.; Greenwood; '74 
Moore, George R.; Webb; '73 
Moore, |ene S.; West Point; '75 

Moore, lerry D.; Walnut Grove; '73 
Moore, Jesse M.; Little Rock; '73 
Moore, Linda D.; Jackson; '73 
Moore, Margaret A.; Pope; '75 
Moore, Margie A.; Starkville; '73 
Moore, Mary G.; State College; '75 
Moore, Michael C; Holly Springs; '73 
Moore, Robert W.; Columbus; '74 
Moore, Sofe L.; Beaumont; '75 

Moore, Susan J.; Saltitlo; '75 
Moore, William C; Vaughan; '73 
Moore, Zethie M.; Okolona; '74 
Moorehead, Henry C; Hickory Flat; '75 
Moorhead, Emma S.; Hickory Flat; '74 
Morgan, Betty A.; Jackson; '74 
Morgan, Henry G.; Canton; '74 
Morgan, Paula I.; Ruleville; '74 
Morgan, William T.; Canton; '74 

Morgan, Windfred H,; Lucedale; '75 
Moro, John A.; Vicksburg; '74 
Morris, Charles L.; Hollandale; '75 
Morris, Daphne; Jackson; '74 
Morris, Judy K.; Jackson; '75 
Morrison, Ann B.; Natchez; '74 
Morrison, George B.; Natchez; '73 
Morrison, Iris J.; Pontotoc; '73 
Morrison, Jan; Jackson; '74 

Morse, Cynthia H.; Jackson; '74 
Morton, Harol M.; Pascagoula; '75 
Moses, Memry R.; Lexington; '73 
Moses, Walter C; Greenwood; '75 
Moss, Jimmy D.; Grenada; '74 
Mowdy, Marshall H.; Meridian; '73 
Moy, Lilly L.; Greenville; 74 
Mulholland, David H., Jackson; 75 
Mullen, William H.; Grenada; 75 



Mullendore, Jo A.; Magnolia 73 
Muller, Fred P.; Memphis, Tn.; 73 
Mullican, Edwin J.; Long Beach; 73 
Mullican, William ).; Long Beach; 75 
Mullins, Brenda K.; Greenwood; 74 
Mulloy, Sheila J.; Jackson; 75 
Munson, Mar/ M.; East Prairie, Mo.; 74 
Murphy, Daniel P.; Canton; 74 
Murphy, Dicye M.; Starkville; 75 

Murphy, Robert M ; Kosciusko; 73 
Murphy, Tommy L.; Batesville; 73 
Muse, Julia V.; Meridian; 75 
Myers, Franklin N.; Bay St. Louis; 74 
Myers, Larry; Coldwater; 74 
Myers, Robbie J.; Greenwood; 73 
Myers, Robert P.; Hazlehurst; 74 
Myers, Walter J.; Starkville; 74 
Nabors, Debra A., Okolona; 75 

334 








Undergraduates 

Nail, Karla S., Wesl Point, 74 
Nailor, Ruby N.; Vicksburg; 73 
Naklie, L. Kay; McComb; 75 
Nance, Michael C; Greenwood; 75 
Nanney, lames D ; Baldwyn; 73 
Nash, Michael D.; Meadville; 74 
Nason, Ann B.; Slarkville; 73 
Nalions, Francis C; Vicksburg; 73 
Naugher, ]on D ; Pontotoc; 74 

Necaise, Sherrie L , Pass Christian; 75 
Neely, Grey L , Clarksdale; 73 
Neergaard, Barney K.; Vaiden; 75 
Neese, Michael H.; Columbus; 75 
Newsom, ludith L , Holly Springs; 74 
Newsom, Rebecca I.; Glen Allan; 73 
Newton, John C, Vicksburg; 73 
Nichols, Fred A; lackson; 73 
Nichols, Gerald ).; Byhalia, 73 

Nichols, William K., Corinth; 73 
Nicholson, George E.; Newton; 75 
Nicholson, lohn D.; Carthage; 74 
Nicholson, Kenneth M., Booneville; 73 
Nicholson, Martha D,; Jackson; 75 
Nickles, Betty, Aberdeen; 74 
Nickels, David W.; Columbus; 74 
Nickles, Linda B, Tunica; 75 
Noble, Mary C; Edwards; 75 

Noblin, Paula H., Huntsville, Al , 75 
Noel, Carol C; lackson; 74 
Noel, Susan A,; Louisville; 75 
Noland, Barbara J.; Toomsuba; 73 
Norman, Cliff L , Hattiesburg, 74 
Norman, Mimi; Houston; 75 
Norris, Anita K,, Birmingham; 75 
Norris, Edward C; Meridian; 73 
Norris, lames M,, Mathiston; 75 

Norris, Sandra L.; Quitman; 75 
Norris, Sarah R , Benton; 74 
North, William T.; Natchez; 75 
Norton, Olin P.; Huntsville, Al.; 75 
Norvell, lohn R., Bay Springs, 73 
Norwood, Johnny E.; Calhoun City; 73 
Norwood, Thomas R,; Pascagoula; 73 
Nowell, Jerry H., Jackson; 74 
Nowlin, Charlotte; Weir; 75 

Nunn, Nancy; Jackson; 73 
Nunna, Krighna G.; Hyderabad, 75 
Oakes, William T , Amory; 75 
Obrien, Charles D.; Pascagoula; 75 
Odom, Beth K , Alamonte Springs, Fl.; 

74 
Odom, Cynthia R., Laurel; 75 
Odom, Fletcher; Hillsboro; 74 
Odom, lames M ; Pascagoula; 73 
Oglesby, Donald W.; Eupora; 75 

Oglesby, Howell R.; Natchez; 74 
O'Kelly, Patricia |.; Weir; 75 
O'Neal, David E.; New Orleans, La.; 75 
O'Neal, Elizabeth O; Hattiesburg; 74 
Oneal, Kenneth C, Grenada; 74 
O'Neill, Edward W., Memphis, Tn.; 75 
Orso, John K.; Crosby, 74 
Oswalt, Debbie K.; Ackerman; 73 
Oswalt, Diane G ; Ackerman; '73 

Oswalt, lessica A, Mathiston; 75 
Otis, Ronald V.; State College; 73 
Owen, Enoch R.; New Albany; 73 
Owen, Jerry D.; Pontotoc; 74 
Owens, William C; Jackson; 74 
Pace, William L.; Forest; 74 
Pair, Donna R., Philadelphia; 74 
Pakis, Helen H.; Ocean Springs; 75 
Palermo, Donald I ; Vicksburg; 74 

Palmer, Myrtis T.; Grenada; 75 
Palmertree, Susan; Kilmichael; 73 
Pang, Andrew G ; Marks'; 73 
Pannell, Alice C; Tupelo; 73 
Parchman, Rebecca, Amory; 74 
Parker, Frances M.; Coffeeville; 75 
Parker, John R.; Slarkville; 73 
Parker, John T.; Columbus; 75 
Parker, Mary J.; Nettleton; 74 



Parker, Pamela A.; Oxford; 74 
Parker, Susan L.; Metairie, La.; 74 
Parker, Wanda K ; lackson; 75 
Parkin, Samuel C; lackson; 75 
Parks, Bobby; Birmingham, Al ,; 75 
Parnell, Regma D ; Gulfport; 74 
Parrish, Donald M ; Lexington; 75 
Parrish, Kenneth D.; Tchula; 75 
Parson, Danny J.; Stewart; 75 

Parsons, Beverly O; Winona; 75 
Partridge, William P ; Memphis, Tn.; 75 
Patch, Gerald C ; Picayune; 75 
Pate, David E.; West Point; '75 
Pate, George H .; Grenada; 75 
Patel, Harihar H ; State College; 73 
Patrick, D. Patricia; Laurel; 74 
Patterson, Danny R.; Winona; 75 
Patterson, Nancy L ; Tupelo; 75 



335 



Undergraduates 

Patton, Steve W.; Quitman; 75 
Paulk, John I.; Starkville; 74 
Paxton, Patsy R.; Eupora; 73 
Peace, Peggy ).; Columbus; '73 
Pergler, Venita F.; Morton; '75 
Pearson, Charlotte A.; Smithville; '73 
Pearson, Shirley M.; Florence; '73 
Pearson, Will J.; Clarksdale; '73 
Peden, Carolyn M.; Houlka; '73 

Peden, Melanie A,, Belzoni; '75 
Peeler, Jannett; Hernando; '73 
Peeples, Marjorie K., Columbus; '74 
Pegg, Ronny C .; Grenada; '73 
Pegues, Mimi B.; Tupelo; '75 
Pendergraph, Mary A.; Booneville; '74 
Pendly, Marc L, Caledonia; '74 
Penick, Richard T.j Houston; '74 
Penn, Melanie C; Jackson; '75 

Pennington, Patricia K.; Biloxi; '75 
Penson, Charles H.; Tupelo; 74 
Pepper, Charles E.; Mathiston; 73 
Percy, Anne L.; Weyano, La.; 73 
Perdue, Harry C; )ackson; 75 
Permenter, Geoffrey D.; Wayside; 74 
Perry, Allen L., Louin; 74 
Perry, Pamela E.; Rolling Fork; 74 
Peterson, Michael L; Gulfport; 75 

Peterson, Wirt L., Monticello; '73 
Pettigrew, Albert H., Jr.; 75 
Pettigrew, Kenneth; Forest; 73 
Pettit, Hugh S.; Houston, 75 
Petty, Steven C, Columbus; '75 
Peugh, Mary J.; Aberdeen; '75 
Peyton, Charlotte A.; (ackson; 74 
Pharr, Joseph S., Atlanta, Ga.; '75 
Phillips, Charles B.; Alligator; 75 

Phillips, lames A.; (ackson; '73 
Phillips, |ohn F., Savannah; 73 
Pickering, Charles D,; Collins; 73 
Pickering, Daniel R ; Stone Mt., Ga.; 74 
Pickett, George E., Vicksburg; 75 
Pickering, James W , Collins; 73 
Pickering, Luther R., Brookhaven; 73 
Pierce, Amelia E.; Grandview; 73 
Pierce, Kathryn L.; lackson; 74 

Pierce, Martha Ann, lackson; '75 
Pierce, Robert O., Caruthersville, Mo.; 

'75 
Pierson, Kenneth R , Picayune; '75 
Pigford, Richard A.; Starkville; '73 
Pigott, Walter R , Meridian; 73 
Pilgreen, Martha C, Cleveland; 74 
Pilkmton, William C; Columbus; 75 
Pinkerton, Chester W.; Hollandale; 75 
Pinnix, Ronnie W,; Mathiston; 73 

Pittman, Jimmy L.; Greenwood; 74 
Pittman, John D.; Corinth; 73 
Pitts, C. David; Tremont; 75 
Pitts, Jerry M.; Gulfport; 73 
Player, Deborah J , Natchez; 73 
Plummer, Rbonda G., Florence, Al ; 75 
Plunkett, David E., Kosciusko; 75 
Pogue, Kathenne C ; Providence, La., 

74 
Polk, lefferey L ,; Jackson; 74 

Poole, Melinda L., lackson; 75 
Poole, Thomas P.; Sumrall; 73 
Pope, Clinton R.; West Point; 73 
Popek, Patricia L, Biloxi, 73 
Popingis, Nevsa A.; Parana Brazil; 74 
Porter, Carolyn M ; Starkville, 74 
Porter, Tern K ; Tupelo; 74 
Portera, Paul A., West Point; 74 
Porter, Bonnie E.; Aveola; 74 

Powell, Marsha L.; Houlka; 75 
Powell, Mary R.; Indianola; 75 
Powell, Richard B., Jr.; Jackson; 74 
Powell, Rodney E ; Brandon; 75 
Powers, Mark D.; Jackson; 75 
Pratt, Mary ).; Inverness; '73 
Pratt, William E.; Columbus; 73 
Prellwitz, Becky J.; Jackson; 74 
Presley, Pat, Pascagoula; 73 

Presley, Vivian M.; West Point; 74 
Prewitt, Ivy; Louise; 73 
Price, Cynthia L.; Monticello; 74 
Price, John S., Jr.; Vicksburg; 73 
Price, Steve M„; Tupelo, 75 
Price, Susan J.; Columbus; 75 
Pnncs, Elizabeth F,; Brandon; 75 
Pntchard, Robert W.; Charleston; 73 
Prosser, Barbara A,; Vicksburg; 75 

Prosser, H. Sidney; Vicksburg; 73 

Provencher, Leo G.; 74 

Pruett, Roger D.; West Point; 73 

Pruett, Susan A.; Aberdeen; 74 

Pruitt, Vernon T., Jr.; Mendenhall; 73 

Puckett, Jimmy G , Amory; 73 

Pugh, Cile M.; Macon; 73 

Pugh, Gail, Macon; 74 

Puhr, Daniel M.; Moss Point; 73 

336 









Undergraduates 

Pumphrey, Gary C ; Cedar Bluff; 75 
Pumphrey, William R.; Cedar Bluff; 75 
Purvis, Deborah I ; lackson; '73 
Putnam, Curtis L.; Tupelo; '75 
Pyles, Carolyn A.; Ponlotoc; '73 
Rainey, Wilber H.; Rich, '75 
Ramey, Millon E.; Wiggins; 73 
Randall, Robin A., Indianola; '73 
Randle, Minnie M., Slarkville; '75 



Raney, Rebecca I , Slarkville; '75 
Rankin, David B.; Laurel; '73 
Rankin, John S.; Mendenhall; '74 
Raper, Danny S.; Tupelo; '73 
Ralcliff, Andrew M , Nalchez; '74 
Ralcliffe, Richard W , Heidelberg; '73 
Rather, Care; Holly Springs, '74 
Rauch, Ronald M.; Clarksdale; '73 
Ray, Amanda K., Batesville; '74 

Ray, Aubrey F.; Canton; '74 
Ray, Debra A.; Starkville; '75 
Ray, Karen L; Tupelo; '74 
Ray, Tommie A.; Jackson; '74 
Rayburn, lohn A., Pontotoc; '74 
Raymond, Gloria L, Aberdeen; '75 
Rayner, Betty S.; Laurel; '74 
Ready, Susan D.; Greenville; '75 
Reagan, Christopher A ; lackson; '73 

Reagan, Ben C , Foxworth; '73 
Rector, Gwen; Starkville; '74 
Reed, Kenny W.; luka; '73 
Reeder, Bettye S.; Pontotoc; '75 
Reeder, lames M ; Blue Springs; '75 
Reeder, Russell R ; lackson; '74 
Reese, Daniel M.; Starkville; '73 
Reese, Mary A.; Starkville; '75 
Reeves, loseph A.; Meridian; '73 

Reid, Dinah D.; Memphis, Tn , '74 
Reinbold, Frederich I., Booneville; '73 
Reinstetle, Dwight A.; Starkville; '74 
Reives, Dorothy L„ West Point; '75 
Reynolds, G Leigh, Meridian; '73 
Rhett, Charles E.; Macon; '74 
Rhodes, Alvin R.; Brannon; '75 
Rhodes, David M.; lackson; '73 
Rich, Kathi G.; Starkville; '75 

Rich, Mary E.; Columbus; '74 
Richards, James E.; Pascagoula; '75 
Richardson, Alma E.; Louisville; '74 
Richardson, Janet L.; Canton; '74 
Richardson, Lajoane, Louisville; '75 
Richardson, Larry T.; Macon; 73 
Richardson, Rebecca A.; Starkville; 75 
Richmond, Horace M., Vicksburg; 75 
Rigdon, Edward E.; Heidelberg; 75 

Riley, David M.; Amory; 73 
Riley, Rita O.; Kosciusko; '73 
Riley, Robert V.; Prentiss; '74 
Rivers, David A.; Ellisville; 73 
Robbins, Kathy E.; Jackson; '75 
Robbins, Kathy L.; Ecru; 75 
Robbins, Rosemary; Jackson; 73 
Roberson, Elizabeth J., Tiplersville; 73 
Roberson, Vera D.; Starkville; 75 



Roberson, William K.; Forrest City, Ar.; 

74 
Roberts, D. Steven; Ackerman; 74 
Roberts, Fabian J.; Baldwin; 74 
Roberts, George R.; Silver City; '75 
Roberts, Jerry C; Ocean Springs; '74 
Roberts, Kathie D.; Jackson; 74 
Roberts, Kenneth T.; Baldwyn; 73 
Roberts, Randall E.; lackson; 73 
Roberts, Steve A.; Biloxi; 75 

Roberts, Terry L.; State College; '73 
Roberts, Tommy L.; Kosciusko; '73 
Roberts, Wayne L.; Guntown; '73 
Robertson, Don R.; luka; 73 
Robertson, Margaret E.; Louisville; 75 
Robinson, Jane C; Ackerman; 73 
Robinson, David P; Indianola; '74 
Robinson, George P.; Como; 75 
Robinson, Peggy A.; Yazoo City; 73 

Robinson, William H.; Yazoo City; 73 
Robinson, Hal D.; Caledonia; 73 
Robinson, William B.; Raymond; 73 
Roby, Cynthis A.; Jackson; 73 
Roby, Sherrie K.; Starkville; '75 
Rodabough, Judy C, Aberdeen; 75 
Rodgers, Deborah A , Belzoni; 75 
Roebuck, Kathy; Houston; 74 
Rogers, David C; Perkinston; 74 

Rogers, David W.; Hernando; 75 
Rogers, James L-; French Camp; 74 
Rogers, lames R.; Fulton; 74 
Rogers, lohn A.; Natchez; '75 
Rogers, Kenneth R., Bay Springs; 74 
Rogers, Marilyn E.; Laurel; 75 
Rogers, M, Roslyn; Morton; '73 
Rogers, Nelda Y.; Gulfport; 74 
Rogers, Patsy D.; Corinth; 73 

337 



Undergraduates 



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Rogers, Rebekah; French Camp; 
Rogers, Sally; Greenville; 74 
Rollins, Carol S.; Amory; '74 
Roman, Kenneth L; Beaumont; 
Roman, Sara A.; Greenville; '75 
Ross, lames E.; Pelahatchie; '75 
Ross, lesse L,; Grenada; '73 
Rossi, Mario A.; San Jose, Costa Rica; '73 
Rossie, Barbara A.; Jackson; '74 

Rossie, Gail L; Jackson; '75 
Rounsaville, Leesa J.; Leakesville; '75 
Rowland, Joseph D.; Jackson; '73 
Rowley, Randolyn |.; Columbus; '74 
Rowzee, William R.; Decatur; '73 
Roy, Betty N.; Hattiesburg; '73 
Royal, Mary P.; Midnight;- '75 
Rubin, William M.; Jackson; '75 
Rucker, Leonard W.; Biloxi; '73 

Ruff, Dorothy J.; Plantersville, '73 
Ruffin, Deborah L; Laurel; '74 
Runnels, Fred A.; Pascagoula; '73 
Ruppert, Cecilia A.; Yazoo City; '75 
Russell, Edwin H.; West Point; '75 
Russell, Janice A.; Starkville; '73 
Russell, John G.; Starkville; '73 
Russell, Lynda C; Columbus; '74 
Russell, Sherri R.; Vicksburg; '73 

Russell, William C, Jackson; 74 
Ruth, Barbara G.; Columbus; '73 
Rutland, Donald H.; Jayess; '73 
Rutland, Dwight L; Mt. Olive; '73 
Rutland, Ronald A.; Jayess; '73 
Rutledge, Charles W.; Lexington; '74 
Rutledge, Charlsie A.; West Point; 75 
Ryan, Marilyn S.; Tupelo; 73 
Ryan, Michael S.; Pascagoula; 73 



Ryan, Ona L.; Sallis; 75 
Saab, Louis F , Columbus; 75 
Salley, A. Lynn; Ackerman; 73 
Samms, Patricia M.; Gulfport; 74 
Sanders, Dick S.; Lamar; 74 
Sanders, lames W.; Kosciusko; 73 
Sanders, Patti L.; Aberdeen; 75 
Sanderson, Gail; Brandon; 75 
Sandidge, Guy; Greenville; 73 

Sandroni, Peggy A., Shaw; 73 
Sanford, Barbara A.; Ripley; 75 
Sanford, Benjamin F.; Ripley; 73 
Sanford, Robert M.; Jackson, 74 
Sansing, George M.; Jackson; 75 
Sarris, Charles S.; Birmingham, Al ; 74 
Sartor, Donald L.; Starkville; 75 
Sartor, Ronald G.; Starkville; 75 
Sasser, Sidney R.; Bogue Chitto; 73 

Saucier, Robert A.; Perkinston; 73 
Saunders, Marion P.; Itta Bena; 73 
Savelle, William R.; Huntsville, AL; 75 
Savery, Mary R.; Holly Bluff; 73 
Schanrock, Rebecca ).; Pearl, 74 
Schenck, LoVraine A.; Starkville; 73 
Schenck, Marcus D.; Starkville; 73 
Schenck, Rebecca J.; McComb; 74 
Schimmel, G. Richard; Macon; 75 

Schmidt, Ronald W.; Columbus; 74 
Schmitt, Millie L.; Greenville; 75 
Schrum, Steven C; Columbus; 73 
Scott, Donald M.; New Albany; 75 
Scott, Duane H.; Starkville; 73 
Scott, Gerald P.; Corinth, '73 
Scott, Karen A.; Hickory Flat; 73 
Scott, Newman V.; Natchez; 74 
Scott, Sharon O.; Jackson; 73 

Scott, Wanda ).; Yazoo City; 74 
Scroggins, Valarie K.; Baird; 74 
Scruggs, Charles Q.; Amory; 73 
Searcy, James W.; Shaw; 74 
Selby, Denise D.; Jackson; 75 
Self, Linda R.; New Albany; 74 
Sellers, Willinda B.; Jackson; 73 
Senter, Edward A.; Macon; 75 
Senter, George D.; Amory; 75 

Setzler, Roger M ; Jackson; 74 
Sewell, Jack L.; Tupelo; 75 
Seymour, Martha L.; Vicksburg; '74 
Seymour, Nickey D.; Biloxi; 75 
Shackelford, Stephen L.; Columbus; 75 
Shafer, Jerry R ; Starkville; 73 
Shank, Gilbert K.; Meridian; 75 
Sharp, Joyce; Starkville; 73 
Sharpe, Bama M.; Sturgis; 74 



Shattuck, Mary A.; Bay St. Louis; 73 
Shaw, Cathy L.; Columbus; 75 
Shaw, Sidney; Meridian; 73 
Shaws, Steven W.; College Park, Ga.; 74 
Shearer, James R.; Cleveland; 74 
Shelton, Donna S.; Greenwood; 74 
Shelton, Roosevelt; Aberdeen; 75 
Shelton, Thomas C; Vicksburg; 74 
Shelton, Willie E.; Bfooksville; 74 

338 





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Undergraduates 

Shepard, Robert S.; Indianola; 73 
Shepard, Slephen C, Laurel; 74 
Shepard, William A.; Cullport; 73 
Sheppard, A. Louise; Tchula; 73 
Sheppard, Pamela A.; Greenville; 74 
Sherman, lean T , Charleston; 74 
Sherman, Jeffrey S., Ocean Springs; 74 
Sherrod, Deborah L.; Meridian; 74 
Shira, Ann M., State College, 75 

Shirley, A. Dennis; Tupelo; 73 
Shivers, Robert D., Magee; 73 
Shivers, Tommie N.; Pearl; 74 
Shoemaker, G. DeWayne; Decatur; 73 
Shook, lanice V.; Winona; 74 
Short, Pauline B.; Greenwood; 75 
Short, Roger L.; Columbus; 73 
Shows, Gary P.; Laurel; 73 
Shows, Gilbert M ; Jackson; 73 

Shuler, Thomas S , Greenwood; 75 
Shumake, Josie S.; Columbus; 74 
Shumpert, Elizabeth O.; Amory; 73 
Sibley, Daniel P, Bentonia, 73 
Siedell, Robert A.; Dallas, Tx , 74 
Sikes, Susan M.; Purvis; 74 
Simmons, Alan M., Corinth; 75 
Simmons, Irene, Kosciusko; 75 
Simmons, Jerry M , Georgetown; 73 



Simmons, J. Ricky; Tupelo; 73 
Simmons, Larry W , Pontotoc; 74 
Simmons, R. Lee, Jackson, 74 
Simpson, Ken W , Greenville; 74 
Simpson, Woody; Weir, 73 
Sims, Donald E., Bay Springs; 73 
Sims, Richard A ; Bay Springs, 73 
Singleton, Gene W., Jackson; 73 
Sisk, lames G.; Starkville; 74 

Sisk, Karen E; Starkville; 73 
Slaughter, Charles L.; Philadelphia; 74 
Slaughter, George G.; Magnolia; 73 
Slay, Deborah S, Hazelhurst; 75 
Sloan, Gene A., Aberdeen, 75 
Slocum, Jerome B.; Coldwater; 75 
Smalley, Walter T ; Bay Springs; 73 
Smith, Albert S , Meridian; 73 
Smith, Alvis E.; Meridian; 73 

Smith, Audrey A.; Hamilton; 75 
Smith, Barbara L ; Brookhaven; 74 
Smith, Carlos M.; Jackson; 74 
Smith, Catherine M.; Greenville; 73 
Smith, Cornelious D , Vicksburg, 74 
Smith, Dan P, Meridian, 73 
Smith, Daniel G.; Meridian; 73 
Smith, David M.; Starkville; 73 
Smith, Debra G , Aberdeen; 74 

Smith, Donna L.; Brandon; 75 
Smith, Fred L , Woodville; 73 
Smith, George D., Newfon, 74 
Smith, George W,; Greenwood, 73 
Smith, Glenn L., Vicksburg, 74 
Smith, Gregory A., Laurel; 73 
Smith, Harold E.; Silver City; 75 
Smith, H Gail; Louisville; 73 
Smith, Hershel W ; DeKalb, 75 



Smith, Homer C , Vernon, Al.; 74 
Smith, Jerry L.; Meridian; 74 
Smith, Kendall R.; Jackson; 73 
Smith, Kenneth R„ Pope; 73 
Smith, Liana Y., Blytheville; 74 
Smith, Lyman P.; Ripley; 73 
Smith, Marshall G ; Collinsville; 75 
Smith, Meddy; lackson; 75 
Smith, Melissa; Indianola; 73 

Smith, Melvm M ; Columbus; 74 
Smith, Nancy A.; Saltillo; 74 
Smith, Nick C; Utica; 73 
Smith, Norman L.; Moselle; 75 
Smith, Pamela J.; Clinton; 75 
Smith, Robert A., Columbus; 74 
Smith, Robert D; Pascagoula; 73 
Smith, Rssell; Meadville; 73 
Smith, Sammy A , Vicksburg, 74 

Smith, Sandy A.; Greenville, 74 
Smith, Silas M.; Jackson; 74 
Smith, Tony W.; Columbus; 75 
Smith, William O ; Columbus; 74 
Smith, William P.; Brookhaven; 74 
Smitherman, Jane E,; Starkville; 75 
Snapka, Charles D., Columbus; 75 
Snipes, Charles W., Pontotoc; 73 
Snowden, lames M ; Meridian; 73 



Sollie, Donna L.; Slate College; 73 
Somers, John S.; Aberdeen; 73 
Sonnek, Chad C ; Columbus; 75 
Sorrells, Melissa A., Kosciusko; 74 
Sparks, Julia F.; Batesville; 73 
Sparrow, lames M ; Jackson; 74 
Speed, Suzanne; Marianna, FL; 74 
Speir, Harold L.; Jackson; 74 
Spencer, Doris K.; Marietta; 73 



339 



Undergraduates 

Spencer, Herman W.; Fulton; 73 
Spencer, Jeanne L; Aberdeen; 74 
Spencer, Mary P.; Okolona; 74 
Spencer, Sandra M.; Jackson; '75 
Spiva, Bobbie J., Noxapater; '75 
Spiva, Samuel, Noxapater; '74 
Spraberry, James B.; Oxford; '73 
Spraberry, Robert P.; Bellefontaine, '73 
Spraberry, James E ; Sarepta; '73 



Stacy, Morgan B.; State College; '73 
Stafford, Darrell E.; Collierville; '74 
Stamey, Bruce B., Tupelo; '74 
Stamps, Ebbie D.; Jackson; '74 
Stamps, Jack A.; Jackson; '74 
Stanfield, Thomas E.; Memphis; '75 
Stanford, William D.; Charleston; '75 
Stanley, Janice A ,; Tupelo; '73 
Stanton, Russell M., Sylacauga, Al., '75 

Starnes, Patricia J.; Natchez; '75 
Steel, David L.; lackson; '73 
Steele, Cynthia L; lackson; '74 
Steele, Daniel D., Columbus; '73 
Steele, Mary K ; Greenwood; '74 
Steen, Susan L; Memphis, Tn ; 74 
Stegall, Cecil J., Pontotoc; 75 
Stephens, Donna S., Arlington; 74 
Stephens, James O , Daleville; 75 

Stephens, Satha, Starkville; 73 
Stephenson, John W , Gulfport; '75 
Stephenson, Rebecca J.; Flora; '75 
Sterdivant, Sarah L; Meridian; 74 
Stevens, Alan L; Jackson; 73 
Stevens, Mark A.; Jackson; 73 
Steward, Kyle T .; Pontotoc; 75 
Stewart, Donnie L, Coffeeville; 74 
Stewart, Irma A.; Aberdeen; 73 



Stewart, Martha D ; Louisville; 75 
Stewart, Mary M , Vicksburg; 74 
Stewart, Norman M., Poplarville; 74 
Stewart, W. Charles; Kosciusko; 73 
Stokes, Bobby R., Morton; 73 
Stokes, Bryce ).; Louisville; 75 
Stokes, Donald K., Columbus; 74 
Stokes, Walter C , Columbus; 74 
Store, Harry E ; Tremont, 75 

Strachan, Kathy H„ Starkville; 73 
Strange, John N.; Vicksburg, 74 
Strange, Pam A.; Tupelo; 75 
Strazi, Tommy A.; Greenville, 74 
Strebeck, Robert A ; Hickory, 73 
Street, Greg P.; Richmond, Va.; 75 
Street, Willie C; Biloxi; 73 
Stnbling, Edward R.; Moss Point; 74 
Stnbling, lames C , Carthage; 74 



Stncklin, Margie A , Yazoo City; 75 
Stringer, Athalia D.; lackson; 73 
Stringer, Dwane H.; Stringer; 73 
Stringer, James H.; Canton; 74 
Stringer, Loreen O ; Tylertown; 74 
Stringer, Rebecca S.; Jackson; 73 
Strong, Jlmmie L ; Lambert; 74 
Strong, Keith E.; Canton; 73 
Stroud, Patricia L.; Meadville; 75 

Stuart, Deborah R ; Raleigh; 74 
Stuart, Derrill A.; Minette, Ala.; 74 
Stuart, |ohn L.; Jackson; 74 
Stubbs, Mary E.; Guntown; 73 
Stubbs, Patricia S.; Baldwyn; 75 
Stump, Richard B.; Biloxi; 75 
Sudbeck, Larry B , Benton; 73 
Sudduth, Duff W.; Brooksville; 75 
Sudduth, Edwin P.; Jackson; 73 

Sudduth, Magalene; Starkville; 75 
Sullivan, Linda G.; Starkville; 74 
Sullivan, Mary L., Columbus, 75 
Summerour, Yancey M.; Lucedale; 75 
Summers, Patti K.; Fulton; 73 
Summers, Suzette; Brookhaven; 74 
Sumrall, Robert B., Jackson; 74 
Sumrall, Samuel T , Bay Springs; 75 
Sumrall, W. R ; Crystal Springs, 73 



Sutherland, Catherine A.; Jackson; 74 
Sutherland, Joe A.; Canton; 74 
Sutherland, Sandy L.; Jackson; 75 
Sutphen, Fred M.; Greenwood; 73 
Sutphin, Cary L ; State College; 73 
Sutterfietd, Geary L.; Pascagoula; 74 
Suttle, Rebecca L,; Louisville; 75 
Swain, Richard K.; Toomsuba; 73 
Swan, Gary T.; Amory; 73 

Swayze, John H.; Benton; '74 
Swayze, Stephen D.; Benton; 75 
Swearengen, Patrice; Oakland; 74 
Swilley, Terry A.; Houlka; 74 
Tadlock, James T.; Isola; 73 
Talbot, Gerald B,; Columbus; 74 
Tallant, Robert E.; Okolona; 73 
Talley, William H.; Philadelphia; 74 
Tanner, Nancy E.; Newton; '74 

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Undergraduates 

Tanner, Richard M.; Heidelberg; 74 
Tape, Joe E ; Hollandale; 74 
Tarleton, Karen; Starkville, 74 
Tate, | Donald; Vaiden; 73 
Tate, William E.; Jackson; 73 
Tate, William F , Hughes, Ar.; 74 
Tavenner, D. Michael, Great Falls, Va.; 

74 
Taylor, Alvin C; Vicksburg; 74 
Taylor, Bobby P.; West Point; 74 



Taylor, Gerald L.; Decatur; 73 
Taylor, John E., Yazoo City, 75 
Taylor, Judy E., Canton; 73 
Taylor, Julie, Jackson; 75 
Taylor, Leander T.; Lucedale, 74 
Taylor, Michael V., Jackson; 74 
Taylor, Robert P.; Columbus; 73 
Taylor, Susan D , Louisville, 75 
Taylor, Van P.; Como; 74 

Teasley, Bonnie D , Starkville; 73 
Teaster, Joe C; Benton; 74 
Temple, Gloria J.; Plantersville, 74 
Temple, H. Keith, Laurel; 74 
Templeton, Vicki J.; Starkville; 75 
Tennyson, Gary J., Charleston; 75 
Thames, Kermit R.; Decatur; 73 
Thames, Robert D.; Jackson; 75 
Thatch, John E ; Meridian; 73 

Thomas, Clarence E., Pickens; 75 
Thomas, Ernest, Vicksburg, 7 J 
Thomas, H Lloyd; Yazoo City; 73 
Thomas, John R , Belden, 74 
Thomas, Joyce M., Jackson; 75 
Thomas, Lisa G., Starkville; 74 
Thomas, Marie L., Jackson; 73 
Thomas, Richard L.; Jackson; 75 
Thomas, Steven E ; Starkville; 73 

Thomas, Susie; Starkville; 75 
Thomas, Terry N ; Kilmichael; 75 
Thomas, Veronica N,, Jackson; 75 
Thompson, C. Lee; Hamilton; 74 
Thompson, Debra A.; Gulfport, 74 
Thompson, Debra S.; Jackson; 75 
Thompson, Fran, Forest; 74 
Thompson, Frances A.; RulevMIe; 74 
Thompson, James E.; Meridian; 74 

Thompson, Lewis M,; New Albany; 74 
Thompson, Linda S.; Meridian; 73 
Thompson, Margaret B; Laurel; 74 
Thompson, Raymond F.; Jackson; 74 
Thompson, Robert D.; Ackerman; 74 
Thompson, Sherry F,; Houston; 75 
Thompson, Stephen C; Aberdeen; 74 
Thompson, Susan; Doddsville; 75 
Thomson, Tracey V., Jackson; 75 

Thorn, Eric L.; Shaw; 74 
Thorn, Michael G .; Nettleton, 73 
Thornton, Samuel B.; Starkville; 75 
Thornton, Valeria K.; Tiplersville; 73 
Thrash, James D.; Fulton; 74 
Thrash, Kenneth R , Connehatta, 74 
Threet, Sandra ) , Columbus; 74 
Throop, Ruth H,; Water Valley, 75 
Tierce, Gary L.; Jackson; 73 

Tillson, Joe A.; Raleigh, 73 
Tinsley, Paul P.; Philadelphia; 74 
Tipton, Harriett E.; Caruthersville, Mo.; 

73 
Todd, Alice E., Barton, Ar.; 74 
Tolar, Rebecca A.; Anguilla; 74 
Tolleson, Randy A., McAdams; 74 
Tom, Dan G , Areola; 74 
Towery, Laura A.; Jackson; 74 
Townsend, A Edward, Winona; 73 

Townsend, Mary G., Pass Christian; 73 
Tramel, William M ,; Jackson; 75 
Trantham, Bettye A,, Booneville; 73 
Trenor, Shelly J., Houston, 74 
Treppendahl, Virginia M , Woodville, 

73 
Trigleth, Edgar M , Jackson, 74 
Trimble, Sharon K., Clarksadle; 74 
Triplett, Henry P.; Louisville; 74 
Tnplett, Joseph C, Brooksville; 73 

Triplett, Robert W., Louisville; 74 
Troskey, Philip A , Starkville; 74 
Troxell, Jo C, Forrest City, Ar.; 74 
Truesdale, Wayne L.; Canton; 73 
Truhett, Pamela J.; Philadelphia; 75 
Truhett, Paula J.; Philadelphia, 75 
Tubb, Clen D.; Tupelo; 75 
Tubbs, Buford D.; Greenwood; 74 
Tucker, A. Gay; Fulton; 73 

Tucker, James D.; Gulfport; 75 
Tucker, Patrick G.; Vicksburg; 75 
Tucker, Sydney; Vicksburg; 73 
Tuggle, Ronald W.; Jackson; 74 
Turnage, Laura A., Aberdeen; 75 
Turner, Barton H.; Jackson; 75 
Turner, Deborah F.; Skene; 74 
Turner, Elmer B.; Leakesville; 74 
Turner, Garth E.; Lucedale; 75 

341 



Undergraduates 

Turner. Clenda C; Huntsville, A!.; 73 
Turner, Mary L; Philadelphia; 74 
Turner, Maurice G.; Leakesville; '75 
Turner, Richard E.; Jackson; '75 
Turner, Richard H.; Corinth; '73 
Turner, Sarah A,; Mantachie; '73 
Turner, Susan E.; Jackson; '73 
Turnipseed, Eleanor R.; Bay St. Louis; '73 
Turpin, Erin L., Shaw; '74 



Twyner, Basil S , Jackson; '74 
Tynes, David M.; Liberty; '73 
Upshur, Charles L.; Leland; '75 
Valentine, Katherine S.; Laurel; '73 
Valentine, Patsy R.; Woodside; '73 
Valentine, Vernetta; Pheba, '73 
Valentour, Marion S.; Jackson; '74 
Van Devender, Mark C; Vicksburg, '74 
Van Horn, lames R.; Memphis, Ar.; '74 

VanLandingham, Jane; Noxapater; '75 
Vaughn, Clarence H.; Culfport; '74 
Vaughn, Evelyn D.; Starkville; '73 
Vaughn, Marsha A.; Eupora; '73 
Vaughn, Peggy S.; Jackson; '75 
Vernon, Daniel; Wiggins; '73 
Vetrano, Vickie A.; Rosedale; '73 
Vickers, James T,, West Point; '73 
Vincent, James S.; Jackson; '73 

Vincent, Miles D.; Laurel; '75 
Vincent, Robert F.; Walls; 74 
Vinson, Carolyn V.; Batesville; '75 
Virden, lane C.; Jackson; '75 
Virden, Thad C; Rolling Fork, '73 
Von Kohn, Beverly R.; Macon; '73 
Vosburgh, Rebecca A., Memphis, Tn., 

'75 
Vosburgh, Michael D.; Memphis, Tn.; 

'73 
Wachs, Steven D.; Culfport; '74 

Waddell, George A.; Dennis; '73 
Wade, Chris M.; Portersville; 73 
Wade, Deborah L„ Starkville; 75 
Wade, K. Lynn; Bay St. Louis; 73 
Wadhngton, William R.; Jackson; 73 
Wadsworth, Pamela; West Point, 73 
Waggoner, Charles A.; Newton; 73 
Waggoner, Mary J.; Newton; 74 
Walden, William R.; Jackson; 74 

Waldrop, Drew M., Randolph; 73 
Walhood, Steven G.; Clarksdale; 74 
Walker, Annabelle; Aberdeen; 73 
Walker, Edward C; Roxie; 74 
Walker, Floyd M.; Maben; 75 
Walker, James C; Jackson; 74 
Walker, Jean A,; Tylertown; 74 
Walker, Ricky W.; Louisville; 75 
Walker, Sylvia D.; Kosciusko; 73 

Walker, Wendell M , Mt. Olive; 73 
Walker, Wyeth; Jackson, 74 
Wallace, Charles A.; Jackson; 75 
Wallace, John C; Como; 75 
Wallace, KaM W.; Jackson; 75 
Wallace, Nelson A., Bogue Chitto; 73 
Wallace, Raymond E.; Fulton; 73 
Waller, Deborah ).; Oxford; 73 
Waller, Timothy B.; Waynesboro; 73 

Waller, William L.; Picayune; 74 
Waller, William L.; Jackson; 74 
Wallis, Eva N., Guntown; 73 
Walsh, James P.; Jackson; 75 
Walter, James F.; Morton; 73 
Walters, Eleanor R.; Laurel; 73 
Walton, Arlene, Vicksburg; 75 
Walton, Dan E„ Mantachie; 73 
Walton, Lu E.; Jackson; 73 

Walton, Ned C; Meridian; 73 
Wansley, Steve A,; Valley Park; 73 
Ward, Drusan; Ripley; 74 
Ward, Sherri G.; Gulfport; 75 
Ware, Steven R.; Weir, 75 
Warner, Paula J.; West Point; 73 
Warnock, Janice A.; Ruleville; 75 
Warren, Kenneth E.; Starkville; 73 
Watkins, Martha ).; Aberdeen; 74 

Watkins, Sara E.; Sanatorium; 73 
Watson, Ella M.; West Point; 73 
Watson, Henri P.; Jackson; 75 
Watson, Katherine I.; Natchez; 75 
Watterson, Zandra; Aberdeen; 73 
Watts, Adrian R.; Schater; 75 
Watts, Vicki L.; Monticello; 74 
Waycaster, James O.; Natchez; 75 
Weathers, Jerry E.; Rogersville, Al.; 73 

Webb, Donna M.; Kosciusko; 75 
Webb, lames R.; Florence; 74 
Webb, Patricia G.; Anguilla; 74 
Webb, Phillip R.; Tupelo; 73 
Webb, Susan L.; Belden; 73 
Webber, Rosetta; Columbus; 73 
Webster, William H.; Meridian; 73 
Wedgeworth, James H.; Laurel; 73 
Wedgeworth, Mary M.; Laurel; 74 

342 





Undergraduates 

Weed, Ralph W.; Winona; 73 
Weed, Richard A.; Ruleville; 74 
Weed, Sharon D.; Slarkville; 75 
Weeks, Billy, Sturgis; 73 
Weeks, Deborah B.; Ackerman; 74 
Weeks, Deborah D.; Mobile, AL; 75 
Weir, Kalhryn H.; lackson; 73 
Welch, Lee E., Aberdeen; 75 
Welch, Leonard 5.; Starkville; 74 



Wellord, Vicky J.; Okolona; 74 
Wells, Billie B.; McComb; 73 
Wells, lames S.; Eupora; 73 
Wells, lames W.; lackson; 73 
Wells, Karen C; Columbus, 73 
Wesley, David H.; Canlon, 74 
West, Hazel; Colt, Ar.; 75 
West, Michael R .; Canton, 74 
West, Robert L.; Hollandale; 75 

Westerfield, Robin C; lackson; 73 
Westmoreland, Debra K.; Plantersville; 

75 
Westmoreland, Spud; lackson; 73 
Weston, Julie A.; lackson; 75 
Weston, Michael D ; Laurel; 75 
Westphal, lohn P Columbus; 73 
Whaken, Chester H.; Senatobia; 74 
Wheeler, Derryl I , Toomsuba, 74 
Wheeler, Edward S., Culfport; 75 

Wheeler, Sheila K , Houston, 74 
Whetstone, Susan E , Woodville; 73 
Whitacre, Charles M.; Greenville; 74 
Whitaker, Christy; Yazoo; 75 
Whitaker, lohnie E., Cuntown; 73 
White, Barbara C; Louisville; 75 
White, Bobby C; Marks; 73 
White, lohn S.; Flora; 74 
White, lohnny R.; Pontotoc; 73 

White, Patti I ; Tupelo; 73 
White, Robert D.; Preston; 74 
White, Susan L; Louisville, 73 
White, Sylvia R.; Philadelphia; 73 
Whiteside, F, Morris, Ashland; 74 
Whiteside, Ian A.; Tupelo; 75 
Whitfield, Robert A.; lackson, 73 
Whitmire, Larry S., West Point; 75 
Whitsett, Kit; lackson; 73 

Whittington, Martha C; Collins; 73 
Wicks, Coleman C; Artesia; 74 
Wicks, Constance R , lackson; 74 
Wiggins, Cynthia M.; Tupelo; 74 
Wiggins, Frances B., Shaw; 75 
Wiggins, Thomas R.; Columbia; 74 
Wigle, Duffy, Vicksburg; 73 
Wilbanks, Rhonda F.; Carthage; 75 
Wilbanks, Shirley I .; Booneville; 73 

Wilbanks, Wanda K.; Carthage; 75 
Wilbert, F Sharp; Starkville, 75 
Wilbourn, (udy M.; Coffeeville; 75 
Wilder, Rodger D., Columbus; 75 
Wilemon, Billy B., Columbus; 73 
Wiley, Thomas L., Tupelo; 73 
Wilkerson, Frances |.; Starkville; 73 
Wilkins, William S.; Columbus; 74 
Wilkinson, Kay, lackson; 73 

Wilkinson, Mary N.; Forest, 74 
Williams, Beverly I ; Brookhaven; 74 
Williams, Boyd E.; Cleveland; 75 
Williams, Carol M.; lackson; 74 
Williams, Charles V.; Houston; 73 
Williams, Hamp D., Columbia; 74 
Williams, Henry G.; Magnolia; 73 
Williams, lack N.; Learned; 75 
Williams, lames M., Jackson; 74 



Williams, lohn R,, Starkville; 73 
Williams, Mary B.; Lexington; 74 
Williams, Meredith K.; Greenwood; 74 
Williams, Mike H.; Ketchum, 75 
Williams, Truitt C; Moss Point; 75 
Williams, William; Picayune; 73 
Williamson, Anita |.; Meridian; 74 
Williamson, Sylvia I.; Louisville; 75 
Williford, Charles H.; State College, 75 

Williford, Sebe S.; McComb; 75 
Willmgham, |oe D.; Milton, FL; 74 
Willis, Ellen C; Birmingham, AL; 75 
Wilhston, Charles B.; Oxford, 75 
Wilson, David C; Greenville; 74 
Wilson, Felon R.; Monticello; 75 
Wilson, Laura F.; Jackson; 75 
Wilson, M. Timothy; Dekalb; 73 
Wilson, Melinda L„ Biloxi; 73 

Wilson, Paul M.; Monticello; 74 
Wilson, Rebecca GV; Fulton; 74 
Wilson, Robert W,; Eddiceton; 75 
Wilson, Ronald W.; Monticello; 75 
Wilson, Sandra L.; lackson; 74 
Wilson, Thomas D ; Starkville; 75 
Wilson, W. Sam; Natchez; 75 
Winbush, Marilyn N.; Winona; 75 
Winders, Shirley I; Hamilton; 75 



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Undergraduates 

Wing, Kenneth J.; Marks; 73 
Wingate, Francis L; Covington, Tn.; '75 
Wingate, Lee K.; Covington, Tn,; 73 
Winkel, Edward ).; Clarksdale; 74 
Winkeljohn, K. Michele; Ocean Springs, 

74 
Winston, Nathan; Vickjburg; 75 
Winter, Donald V.; Starkville; 73 
Winter, Linda C; West Point, 73 
Winter, Mary B.; State College; 73 



Wise, lanice M.; Pontotoc; 75 
Wise, Reginald E.; Carriere; 74 
Wiseman, Keith B.; Shannon; 73 
Wolfe, Vivian L.; Lake, 75 
Wong, Cynthia A.; Greenville; 75 
Wood, Daniel E.; Greenville; 73 
Wood, Furnev H.; Tutwiler; 73 
Wood, Lee C; Starkville; 74 
Wood, Pansy L; Shelby; 74 

Wood, Richard H.; Starkville; 74 
Wood, Richard L.; Starkville; 74 
Wood, Robert H.; Golden, 73 
Woodell, Patty M.; Yazoo City; 73 
Woods, Charles W.; Holly Springs; 73 
Woods, |im T.; Macon, 74 
Woods, lohn F.; Greenwood; 73 
Woodward, George L.; Louisville; 74 
Woodward, Jones D.; Jackson; 75 

Woodward, Tommy L., Philadelphia; 73 
Woody, Karen L.; Greenwood; 
Woolen, lohn H.; Columbus; 75 
Word, lanice C; Okolona; 74 
Worley, Milton S.; Tupelo, 75 
Wortham, William T.; Coffeeville; 73 
Worthy, Alvin D.; Picayune; 74 
Wren, Donald M.; lackson; 73 
Wright, Charles L.; Greenwood; 74 

Wright, Marion P.; Meridian; 73 
Wright, Melanie E.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; 75 
Wright, Michael A.; Starkville; 75 
Wright, Olga, lackson; 74 
Wright, Richard Ft; Macon; 75 
Wright, Sarah V.; lackson; 73 
Yarbrough, Thomas S.; Mason, Tn., 74 
Yates, Anna M.; Philadelphia; 74 
Yates, Margaret; Philadelphia; 74 

Yates, Sidney C; Philadelphia; 74 
Yearber, Barry D.; Marietta, 73 
Young, Carl D.; Crystal Springs, 75 
Young, Charlotte L.; West Point; 75 
Young, Debra B.; Oxford; 74 
Young, George T.; Lucedale; 74 
Young, Julia N.; Ackerman; 74 
Young, Kathleen D.; Natchez, 75 
Young, Kathy A.; Houlka; 73 



Young, Lucy f .; Morton; 73 
Young, Stennis R.; Eupora; 75 
Young, Wanda B.; Pontotoc, 73 
Younger, lames W.; Columbus; 75 
Younger, Michael; Louisville; 75 



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Organizations Index 



Acacia 154-155 

Afro-American Plus 228-229 

Agricultural Economics . .230-231 

Agronomy Club 232 

Air Force ROTC 234-235 

Alpha Delta Pi 142-143 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 207 

Alpha Kappa Delta 239 

Alpha Kappa Psi 240 

Alpha Lambda Delta 199 

Alpha Psi Omega 255 

Alpha Tau Omega 156-157 

Alpha Zeta 242-243 

American Institute of 

Aeronautics & 

Astronautics 233 

American Institute of Chemical 

Engineers 238 

American Institute of Industrial 

Engineers 233 

American Nuclear Society . . .239 
American Society of Civil 

Engineers 241 

Angel Flight 236-237 

Army ROTC 244-246 

Arnold Air Society 209 

Associated Women 

Students 216 

Band 222-223 

Baptist Student Union . .250-251 

Beta Alpha Psi 252 

Blackfriars 254 

Block and Bridle 256-257 

Blue Key 196 

Board of Publications 226 

Cardinal Key 197 

Chi Omega 144-145 

Chi Epsilon 241 

Choir 224 

Circle K 253 

Dairy Science 260 

Debate 227 

Delta Chi 158-159 

Delta Gamma 146-147 



Development 

Foundation 258-259 

Elder Statesmen 260 

Entomology Club 261 

Eta Kappa Nu 205 

Farmhouse 160-161 

Forestry Club 261 

Future Farmers of America . .262 

Gamma Beta Phi 202 

General Agriculture 263 

Home Economics 263 

India Association 264 

Industrial Education 

Association 265 

Institute of Electrical & 

Electronics Engineers 266 

Inter-Fraternity Council 140 

International Club 267 

Inter-Residence Hall 

Council 220-221 

lonians 268 

Judicial Council 215 

Kappa Alpha Order 162-163 

Kappa Delta 148-149 

Kappa Delta Pi 269 

Kappa Sigma 164-165 

Lambda Chi Alpha 166-167 

Landscape Architecture 266 

Little Sigmas 270 

Madrigals 225 

Marine Technology 270 

Omicron Delta Kappa ..192-193 
Order of the Red Ribbon . . .194 
Panhellenic Council 141 



Ph 
Ph 
Ph 
Ph 
Ph 
Ph 
Ph 
Ph 
Ph 



Beta Lambda 272 

Chi Theta 271 

Eta Sigma 198 

Gamma Delta 168-169 

Kappa Phi 200-201 

Kappa Tau 170-171 

lo Demos 273 

Mu 150-151 

Mu Alpha Sinfonia 274 



Pi Delta Epsilon 206 

Pi Kappa Alpha 172-173 

Pi Omega Pi 275 

Pi Sigma Epsilon 276 

Pi Tau Sigma 203 

Poultry Science 277 

Pre-Med Club 278 

President's Cabinet 213 

Pre-Veterinarian Club 279 

Prop-Benders 280 

Reflector 218-219 

Reveille 376-379 

Rifle Team 248 

Scabbard and Blade 208 

Scotch Guard 247 

Senate 214 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . .174-175 

SAE Little Sisters 275 

Sigma Alpha lota 280 

Sigma Chi 176-177 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 178-179 

Social Work 285 

Society for the Advancement of 

Management 281 

Society of American Military 

Engineers 249 

Society of Petroleum 

Engineers 284 

SOT 282-283 

Student Association 212 

Tau Beta Pi 204 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 180-181 

Theta Tau 286-287 

Triangle 182 

Union Program Council 217 

Wesley Foundation 288-289 

Westminister Fellowship . . . .284 

Who's Who 186-191, 195 

Xi Sigma Pi 290 

YMCA 291 

Zeta Tau Alpha 152-153 



Physical Education Club 272 



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Copy Credits Photo Credits 

Martha Armstrong 53-62 Phil Boyd and Tommy Hales 35, 387 

Melanie Barrentine 140-182 Gentry Photo Services . . .2-12, 16-65, 72-73, 78- 

Terry Carroll 100-101 79, 84-134, 136-182, 184-191,' 194-257, 260-399 

Haden Hughes ... .6, 14-37, 63, 72, 135-139, 183, Haden Hughes 1, 13-15, 134-135, 183 

376-400 Justin Marquez 66-71, 74-77, 80-81 

Kelly Miller 102-109 Jerry Moulder 82-83, 258-259 

Mercury Morris 99, 110-112 Stevens Studios 192-193 

Franklin Myers 212-213 

Fritz Perls 8 

Beth Virden 74-81 

Jane Virden 41-51 

Ned Walton 11, 118-125 



Specifications 



The 1972 Reveille was printed by the offset lithographic process by Taylor 
Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas. Pages are printed on 80 pound dull-coated 
enamel paper. Basic type and headings are Optima Demibold. 

Copy was composed photographically by the Intertype Fototronic Computer. 
Endsheets and division pages are printed in Taylor's Process #1 Black. The hon- 
orary pages are printed in Taylor's #12 Marine Blue. 

Portrait work was done by Stevens Studios of Bangor, Maine. The bulk of the 
remaining work was photographed by Gentry Photo Services. The binding was 
Taylor's gray Smyth binding with a stone grain and silver mylar application. 

Press run was 7200 copies at 400 pages. 



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Acknowledgements: 



The 1972 Reveille is indebted to the following peo- 
ple for their contributions: 

Nicky Drake and Larry Hatfield, Taylor Publishing 
Company; John Charlton and Mike Gentry, photogra- 
phers; Roy Ruby, Reveille advisor; Gaddis Hunt, 
Union director; Justin Marquez, beauty photogra- 
pher; Jerry Moulder, Public Information photogra- 
pher; The B. L. Joneses, site of beauty pictures; Walt 
Knutsen, Pete Carlton, Harold Dodge, and Donald 
Cooper, Stevens portrait photographers; M. I. Ollove, 
Stevens representative; and A. L. Kelley, use of Food 
Service partitions. 



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Senior Credits 



ABERNETHY, PHIL B.: Phi Gamma 
Delta, President; IFC, President; Stu- 
dent Assoc, President; Who's Who; 
Mr. MSU 

ABSTON, DONALD EUGENE: Air 
Force ROTC, Major; Arnold Air Socie- 
ty; Propbenders Club; MSU Karate 
Club 

ADCOX, |OHN W., JR.: Blackfriars, 
Blue Knights 

AGOSTINELLI, THOMAS ALLEN: 
ASME, Newman Club 
ALLDAY, BETTY L.: Psychology Club, 
Social Work Club 

ALLEN, JAMES A.: Kappa Alpha Order, 
Alpha Kappa Psi, Asst. Chairman SCCF 
ALLEN, JAMES TERRY: Football Team 
ALLGOOD, HAROLD D.: Society for 
Advancement of Management, Presi- 
dent 

ALLRED, GEORGE WAYNE: ASCE, 
Sec. 

ANDERSON, KENNETH RICHARD: 
Delta Chi 

ANGLIN, RICHARD HARVEY, JR.: 
AIIE, ROTC 

ANTHONY, TOMMY VAN: Industrial 
Ed. Assoc, Parliamentarian 
ARMIIOS, DIEGO P.: International 
Students Club, President; AIME; Theta 
Tau; White House Conference Dele- 
gate 

ASHLEY, LOUIE D , JR.: Industrial Ed. 
Club, lota Lambda Sigma 
ATKINSON, THOMAS JOHN: Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Controller; Scabbard and 
Blade; Chi Epsilon; Am. Society of 
Civil Engrs. 

AVERY, DONALD B., JR : Industrial 
Ed. Assoc. 

AWAD, ELIE T.: Presidents List, Dean's 
List, Resident Asst. 

BACON, NINA VIRGINIA: Kappa 
Delta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, SEA 
BAESSLER, RONALD HERBERT: IED 
Club 

BAGWELL, WILLIAM LEE: Alpha 
Kappa Psi, Alpha Zeta, Gamma Sigma 
Delta, Beta Alpha Psi 
BAILEY, CHARLES PATRICK: IEEE; 
MSU Veteran's Assc, Treas.; Co-op 
BAILEY, JAMES ANDREW: Forestry 
Club, Alpha Zeta 

8AKER, JAMES DWIGHT: Sigma Phi 
Epsilon; ROTC; Alpha Phi Omega; 
BSU, Executive Council 
BANKSTON, MICHAEL D : SEA, PE 
Club, NEA 

BARBER, GERALD RAY: Alpha Zeta, 
Landscape Architecture Club, Clean 
BARDWELL, GLENN CARROLL: Tau 
Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, ASCE 
BARKEMEYER, ERIC PAUL: Alpha 
Zeta; Scabbard and Blade, 1st Lt.; Ag 
Econ. Club 

BARKSDALE, J. FOUNTAIN: Alpha 
Kappa Psi, Sec; Alpha Phi Omega 
BARNES, PHILIP McKINLEY: Land- 
scape Architecture Club 
BARNES, ROBERT L., JR.: YMCA Cabi- 
net, President; Cadet Assn., Vice- 
Pres.; Volunteer Assn.; Student Assn. 
Cabinet; Housing Comm.; AAT 
BARNES, THOMAS MILO: IEEE, Kappa 
Sigma, Senator 

BARNETT, BECKY HUNTER: SEC 
BARNETT, WILLIAM ALLEN: AICHE, 
Committee of 82, Kappa Mu Epsilon 
BARRENTINE, MELANIE MAUDE: Chi 
Omega, Cardinal Key, Sigma Delta Pi, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Univ. 
Self-Study Comm., President's List, 
Dean's List, REVEILLE Staff, Scotch 
Guard, Best Dressed First Alternate 
BARTLETT, BILLY JOE: DPMA 
BASSETT, JAMES RICHARD: SAM, 
BSU, IED 



BATES, BUFORD BLANE: Phi Kappa 
Phi, Am. Society of Mech. Eng. 
BEAN, JERRY FELIX: SEMA 
BEARD, LYNTIS, H., JR.: ACS 
BEARDEN, BILL: SA Student Senator 
BEASLEY, DANNY: Scabbard and 
Blade 

BEATTY, WARREN ALLAN: Phi Kappa 
Tau, Alpha Kappa Psi 
BECKHAM, LEONARD DOUGLAS: 
Pre-Med Club 

BENNETT, JAMES HUBERT: Collegiate 
DECA, Library Staff, President's List 
BENNETT, NANNIE JOINER: Phi Zeta 
Alpha, Sec. 

BENTON, LELAND WAYNE: SMEA 
BERDAMI, MARGARET L.: SEA, Coun- 
cil for Excep. Youth 
BIGLANE, JUDY MARGARET: Delta 
Gamma, President and Pledge Train- 
er; Society for the Advancement of 
Management; Panhellenic Council, 
Dean's Scholar, REVEILLE Staff, Phi 
Kappa Tau Little Sister, MSU Home- 
coming Committee 
BILBREY, L. KAY: Social Work Club, 
Society for Advancement of Mgt. 
BILLINGSLEY, DOROTHY SHARON: 
Alpha Psi Omega; lonians Readers 
Guild, Vice-Pres.; Blackfriars 
BITTNER, JAMES NORMAN: ASCE 
Chi Epsilon 

BLACKWELL, DAVID DURR: Forestry 
Club 

BLAKE, RICHARD C: Arnold Air Soci- 
ety, Vice-Commander; Alpha Kappa 
Psi, Rituals; Phi Kappa Tau, Comptrol- 
ler, Treas. 

BLOUNT, TERESA H.: SEA 
BOREN, EDNA MARIE: SMEA, Phi 
Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi 
BORNMAN, LOUIS COWAN, JR.: 
SAME, ASCE 

BOUNDS, ALBERT ALLEN: AICHE 
BOUTON, JOSEPH HENRY: Agrono- 
my Club, Alpha Zeta 
BOUTON, MARY JEANNE: Pi Omega 
Pi 

BOWEN, ERNEST LAKE, III: Maroon 
Band, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 
BOWEN, JAMES LARRY: FFA 
BOWEN, REBECCA LOVE: Pi Omega 
Pi, Phi Beta Lambda, Student MEA 
BOWEN, RICHARD DANIEL: Student 
MEA 

BOWLES, WILLIAM JEFFERY: ASME 
BOWLIN, GEORGE E.: SEA, IEA, lota 
Lambda Sigma, AVA, MVA 
BOYD, (ERELENE H.: Afro-American 
Club 

BRACKSTONE, DEBORAH W.: Phi 
Alpha Theta 

BRANDON, STEPHEN ARTHUR: 
Union Program Council, Student Di- 
rector; Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice- 
Pres.; Gamma Beta Phi, Pres., Vice- 
Pres.; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sec; AF- 
ROTC Newspaper, Editor; Dean's List; 
President's List; Plant Pathology and 
Weed Science Club; President's Cabi- 
net; Entertainment Comm.; Elder Sta- 
tesmen; Senator; Blue Key; Alpha 
Zeta; Who's Who; National Student 
Register; Assc. College Union's Int. 
Sterring Comm.; Board of Publica- 
tions, Screening Board 
BRANTLEY, MARY EVELYN: Alpha 
Lambda Delta, ACM 
BRANNER, DAVID RAY: Society for 
Adv. of Mgt. 

BRICKEY, CHARLES LEE: Social 
Comm., Chairman; Sigma Chi 
BRINKLEY, DAVID MICHAEL: Student 
MEA, Vice-President; DECA, Vice- 
President 

BRISCOE, JAMES HOWARD: Pi Kappa 
Alpha; Society for Adv. of Mgt., Vice- 



Pres. 

BRISCOE, RICHARD LEE: Chairman 
Finance Afro-American Plus, YMCA 
BROOKS, BARBARA LYNN: Chi 
Omega, Treas.; AWS, Treas.; Psychol- 
ogy Club; Panhellenic, Treas.; Alpha 
Tau Omega Little Sister; Dorm Offi- 
cer; President Comm. for Scholarship 
Day 

BROOKSHIRE, NEWTON D.: SA Sena- 
tor; IFC, Sec. -Treas.; Alpha Zeta; Blue 
Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi 
Kappa Phi, "Bulldog"; Freshman 
Cheerleader; President's List; Dean's 
List; Student Publications Comm.; 
Pres. Comm. on Scholarships; Pres. 
Comm. on Multipurpose Building; 
Dairy Science Club; Sigma Chi, Presi- 
dent; Who's Who 

BROUSSARD, DAVID WAYNE: Band 
BROWER, RODNEY CECIL: Beta 
Alpha Psi, Accounting Club 
BROWN, FRANCES MARDELLE: Inter- 
national Club 

BROWN, RUFUS ANDREW: Triangle, 
President; Circle-K; IEEE; ANS; Eta 
Kappa Nu 

BROWNING, JAMES ALLEN: Weight 
Lifting Club; Accn. Club; Alpha Beta 
Psi 

BRYAN, CHARLES ROBERT: Beta 
Alpha Psi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Account- 
ing Club 

BRYANT, CAROLYN SUE: Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Sigma Tau Delta, Phi 
Kappa Phi 

BULLARD, WILLIAM HAROLD: Tom- 
bigbee Amateur Radio Club, Ind. Arts 
Club, Am. Voc Assc, Miss. Voc Assc. 
BURCHFIELD, MICHAEL J.: Agronomy 
Club 

BURGESS, CAROLL KENNEDY: Pi EP- 
SILON Tau, Sec; SPE, Treas. 
BURNHAM, BETTY G.: BSU, Social Di- 
rector; SEA; Volunteer Services 
BURNHAM, SYLVIA JOYCE: SEA, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi 
BURROUGHS, TERRY HAL: Scabbard 
and Blade 

BUSH, JERRY GWIN: Theta Tau, Tau 
Beta Pi, Pi Mu Alpha, AIIE 
BUSH, TERRY L.: Theta Tau, Tau Beta 
Pi, Alpha Pi Mu, Phi Kappa Phi 
BUSHMAN, DAVID LYNN: IEEE, 
Chairman; Theta Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; 
Tau Beta Pi; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; Eng. Hall of Fame; 
AAS 

BUTLER, ALVIE GORDEN: Ind. Ed. 
Club, Sec. 

BUTLER, PATSY LORETTA: MEA; Phy. 
Ed. Club, Program Comm.; Hull Sports 
Comm. 

BUTTROSS, ERNEST LOUIS, JR.: Theta 
Tau, Society of Petroleum Eng., Elect- 
ed Rep. Eng. Council 
BYRD, SHARON LOUISE: Pi Omega 
Pi; Phi Beta Lambda, Parliamentarian; 
Standards Council SEA 
BYRD, WESLEY LEONARD: Am. Nu- 
clear Society 

CAIN, GEORGE QUITMAN, JR.: Intra- 
murals, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Volunteer 
Services 

CALLENS, JERRY DUANE: Univ. Chris- 
tian Student Center, V. Pres. and Pres.; 
Arnold Air Society, Dep. Commander 
and Commander; Blue Knights, Depu- 
ty Commander 

CAMPBELL, ELIZABETH ANN: SMEA; 
Interdorm Council; BSU; Wesley 
CAMPBELL, ROBERT DAN: Phy. Ed. 
Club 

CAMPBELL, SANDI JEAN: Social Work 
Club 

CANNON, MARY ANN: Phi Beta 
Lambda 



CARLSON, CHARLOTTE ANN: Black- 
friars, lonians, SEA, SMEA 
CARLSON, LINDA LEE: MSU Choir, 
Accom.; Sigma Alpha lota; Madrigal 
Singers; MSU Band 
CARLTON, WILLIAM W.: MSU Karate 
Club; MSU Deca Club 
CARPENTER, RICKEY EARL: MSU Col- 
legiate DECA, V. Pres.; National Colle- 
giate DECA, Pres. 
CARPENTER, ROBERT LAMB: SEA, 
MEA 

CARROLL, DONALD EDWARD: IEEE 
CARSON, CHARLES MARION: Com- 
mittee of 82, Sigma Chi 
CARTER, LETA REBECCA: Zeta Tau 
Alpha, CEC 
CARTER, RALPH RICHARD: Alpha Ep- 
silon Delta 
CARTER, SUSAN: Home Ec Club; 
Block and Bridle; BSU, Dean's List 
CARUTHERS, MARGARET R.: Sigma 
Tau Delta; Phi Kappa Phi 
CASE, WILLIAM DOUGLAS, JR.: MSU 
Debate Team; YMCA Cabinet; 
FRIENDS, Ed. 
CASTLES, CHARLES PALMER: Alpha 
Kappa Psi, Scabbard and Blade 
CASTLES, GAIL WATERS: Phi Kappa 
Phi, SEA 

CASTLES, HUGH DAVIDSON: Acacia, 

Sec; MSU Band; MSU Stage Band 

CAVER, WILLIAM LUTHER: Poultry Sc. 

Club; Phi Beta Lambda 

CHAMBERS, MICHAEL LEE: Psy. Club 

CHAPMAN, ARTHUR WILLIAM: 

Sigma Chi, Annotator; AIIE Rep. to 

Eng. Council; Elder Statesman 

CHINICHE, WESLEY S.: Theta Tau, 

Vice-Pres.; IEEE 

CHOATE, TAZEL ARTHER: NEA, Miss. 

State Health, Recreation, and Phy. Ed. 

CHRISTIAN, DON ANDREW: Phy. Ed. 

Club 

CLARK, JO ANN: Chi Omega; ROTC 

Scotch Guard, Comm.; MSU Cheer 

leader; Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister; 

MSU Hostess Club, Vice-Pres.; Dean'; 

List; jr. Class Sec; Top Ten Best 

Dressed 

CLARK, MARION ANNETTE: Home 

Ec. Club, HE Honorary Society 

CLARK, WILLIAM GIPSON: Ag. Econ. 

Club, Vice-Pres. 

CLAY, MARK G.: Kappa Alpha Order; 

AFROTC, Personnel Service; FIP 

CLAYPOOL, ED BLAINE: Livestock 

Judging Team 

CLEGG, CAROLYN JEAN: Zeta Tau 
Alpha, Corr. Sec. and Standards Chair- 
man; Inter-Residence Hall Council, 
Sec; SEA, Sec; College of Ed., Sec. 
and Treas.; Dean's Cabinet; Who's 
Who; Assc. Women Students; Inter- 
School Council 

COCKERHAM, TERRY GARNER 
Farmhouse, Ag. Econ. Club 
COFFILL, RALPH BERNARD: Tau Beta 
Pi; Eta Kappa Nu 
COKER, RANDALL HOUSTON: FFA, 
Vice-Pres. 
COLEMAN, DEBBY: MSU Cheerlead- 
er; Chi Omega; Who's Who; Cardina 
Key; Phi Alpha Theta; Little Sister of 
Minerva; Campus Crusade for Christ 
COLLIER, CASSANDRA F.: MSU Dis- 
tributive Ed. Club, Sec-Treas. 
COLLIER, HARVEST LEROY: Afro Am 
Plus Club; Am. Chem. Society 
COLLINS, PATRICK R.: Society foi 
Adv. of Mgt. 
COMMISKEY, HENRY ALFRED: Socia 
Chairman for Sessums; Soccer; Guita 
Instructor 

CONLEY, BERTHA M.: Afro-Am. Plus 
YMCA Cabinet 



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CONLEY, NANCY LYNN: Gamma Beta 
Phi; Alpha Lambda Delia; Phi Kappa 
Phi 

CONN, FRANCES |EAN: Chi Omega; 
Gamma Beta Phi; Special Comm.; SEA 
CONWILL, RICHARD BRUCE: MSU 
Karate Club 

COOPER, BOBBIE NELL: SEA 
CORBITT, KATHLEEN: Alpha Delta Pi, 
Pres.; Cardinal Key, Pres.; Spirit 
Comm., Chairman, Pi Omega Pi, Vice- 
Pres 

CORNWELL, DENNIS ALAN: IRH 
Council, Pres; SA Senator, Pres. Pro 
Tempore; President's Comm on Stu- 
dent Organizations; Miss. Inter-Colle- 
giate Ex. Council; National Student 
Register Nominee; Alpha Kappa Psi, 
Treas.; Alpha Phi Omega; Gamma 
Beta Phi; Elder 

Statesmen; Union Forum and Lecture 
Comm.; DPMA; Dean's List 
COSTILOW, WALTER T, III Phi 
Kappa Tau, Vice-Pres.; Arnold Air So- 
ciety; "Bulldog" 

CRAFT, ANN CRAIG: Alpha Delta Pi; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Choir; Blackfriars; SEA 
CRAFTON, BOBBIE NELL: SEA 
CRAWFORD, SAM WILBURN: Ind 
Arts Club; lota Lambda Sigma 
CRAYCRAFT, ELLEN MARIE: Social 
Work Club 

CROSBY, BOBBY ROLAND: Dorm In 
tramurals; Society Adv. of Mgt. 
CROSBY, REBECCA MAE: Delta 
Gamma, Scholarship Chr.; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Cardinal Key; Am. 
Chem. Society, Vice-Pres.; White 
Rose, Pres.; College of Arts and Sci- 
ences, Treas. 

CROWDER, DAVID MICHAEL: Beta 
Alpha Psi 

CUMBEST, MICHAEL RALPH: Ind. Ed. 
Assn., Am. Assn. of Ind Tech. 
CUMMINCS, GLORIA |EAN: Phi 
Alpha Theta; SEA 

CUMMINGS, PATTI SUE: MEA; Black- 
friars 

CURRY, |. KEVIN: Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Historian 

DALTON, |ANET LYNN: SEA 
DANIEL, |EAN N.: MSU Chorus; Mad- 
rigals 

DARDEN, DAPHNE: Afro Am, Plus; 
MEA 

DARNELL, THOMAS FLOYD: SA, 
Treas.; Alpha Kappa Psi; Kappa Alpha 
Order, Historian; MSU Band; Union 

rogram Council, Chairman of Enter- 
[ainment Comm.; Elder Statesmen; 

FC, Traffic Appeals Comm. 
DAVES, HUGH ALAN: Gen. Ag. Club 
DAVIS, CATHY LUCINDA: SMEA 
DAVIS, SANDRA L: Chi Omega; 
Mpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; 

hi Beta Phi; Little Sigma 
DAWSEY, IOSEPH V.: Phi Kappa Tau, 
\dmin. Sec; Tau Beta Pi; Scabbard 

nd Blade; Chi Epsilon, Vice-Pres. 
DEMUTH LAWRENCE IAMES: Circle 
Phi Gamma Delta; Block and Bri- 

le; Hinds Co. Conchos 

DENMAN, BETTY: Delta Gamma; De- 

>ate Team; Angel Flight; Student MEA 

)ENT, THOMPSON SMITH, JR.: 

appa Alpha Order, V 

)ICKS, |. MATHEW: Theta Tau, 

ledge Trnr.; Am. Nuclear Soc, Pres. 

nd Vice-Pres.; SAME, Corr. Sec; Adv. 

irmy ROTC, RA Commis. Infa.; Scab- 

ard and Blade; Cadet Assc, Miss. 

ep.; Eng. Council, Rep. 

)IGBY, KATHY C: Pi Omega Pi 

XDCKERY, DAVID TERRELL: Campus 

Irusade for Christ 

>OCKERY, |OHN GLENN: Sigma Phi 

psilon. Activities Chr.; Accounting 

:iub; Circle K Club; Pre-Law Club; SA 
nator. Judiciary Comm.; Young 

epublicans Club 

•ODDS, TERESA ELLEN: PE Club, 
iss. Health, Phy. Ed., Recreation 



Member 

DOGGETT, RAMONA REE: Pi Omega 
Pi, Phi Beta Lambda, Kappa Delta Pi 
DOGGETT, STANLEY CLYDE: Poultry 
Sc. Club 

DONALD, DAVID BROOKS: Sigma 
Chi, Pledge Trainer; SA Senator; Presi- 
dent's Traffic Comm , Cheerleader 
DORRILL, ERNIE E., Ill: Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Sports Chr ; Landscape Arct. 
Club, Pres.; Ag. Council; IFC 
DOSS, JOSEPH ROBERT Block and 
Bridle, Yearbook Co-Ed.; Farmhouse; 
Alpha Zeta, Reporter and Vice-Pres.; 
Block and Bridle, Pres. 
DOWDLE, DON LEIGH: REFLECTOR, 
Bs. Mgr., Pi Sigma Epsilon, Vice-Pres.; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Circle K; Senator 
DOWNING, PAUL EDWARD: Land- 
scape Arch. Club, Pres.; Alpha Zeta 
DREYFUS, HARRY S.: Friends, ACLA, 
SA Senator, Dorm Gov't., MSU Forum 
DUKE, ROGER EUGENE: SEA 
DUREN, BEN K.: Afro-Am. Plus, 
YMCA Cabinet 

DUVALL, ANNIE LEE: Univ. Christian 
Student Center, Scribner's Club, Hull 
Football Team 
EAKES, SANDRA N.: SEA 
EASLEY, SANDRA KAY: Phi Chi Theta 
EDWARDS, JOSEPH CARSON: M- 
Club, Vice-Pres ; FCA 
EDWARDS, LYDIA ANN: Beta Alpha 
Psi 

EDWARDS, MICHAEL FRANK: Volun- 
teer Services; Social Work Club, Sec; 
Wesley Foundation, Publicity Chr,; 
AKD; SIMS 

EHRET, NANCY ANN: Phi Kappa Phi; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Angel Flight, Info. Of- 
ficer, Drill Team Flight Sponsor; Phi 
Mu, Phi Director, Standards, Social 
Serv. Chr,; Who's Who in Am. Greek 
Frat.; President's List; Broom Staff, 
Faculty Ed.; Newman Club 
EISEL, JOYCE MARY: Home Econ 
Club, Home Econ. Honorary, Presi- 
dent's List 

ELLIOTT, FRANK LEE: AIME 
ELLIOTT, JAMES MICHAEL: Pres of 
Dorm, Union Recreation Comm. 
ELY, R. MITCHELL: IED Club, Intramu- 
ral Program 

EMRICK, FRED GILBERT: Dean's List; 
Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pres.; Union 
Publicity Comm., Chr.; Pre-Med Club 
EMRICK, MARY SULLIVAN: Home 
Econ. Club, Sec; Union Publicity 
Comm.; Dean's List; President's List; 
Resident's Asst. 

ENGLE, WILLIAM JOHN: Phi Kappa 
Tau, Society of Pet. Eng. 
ERIKSON, JEROLD BRUCE: Account- 
ing Club, Blackfriars Drama Society, 
Wesley Choir 

ERWIN, CLIFTON EDNEY, JR.: Sigma 
Chi; Philo Demos; Newman Club, 
Pres.; Society for Adv. of Mgt 
EWING, EARLY C: Am. Nuclear Socie- 
ty 

EZELL, LARRY O.: Pi Tau Sigma, Tau 
Beta Pi 

EZELL, SONYA WEAVER: Kappa Delta 
Pi 

FAIRLEY, LYNDA SUE: Angel Flignt, 
Info. Officer; MSU Band, Asst. Head 
Majorette; Chi Omega 
PARISH, ROBERT WAYNE: Alpha Tau 
Omega, Pi Sigma 

FARRELL, MICHAEL ALFORD: IEEE, 
Chr. 

FARRELL, PATRICK JOSEPH: Univ. En- 
vironmental Comm.; Sigma Chi, Vice- 
Pres.; Am. Inst, of Ind. Eng. 
FARRISH, DIANA KAY: Delta Gamma 
FEATHERS, MICHAEL LEE: ASME 
FERGUSON, GERALD R.: Ag. Econ. 
Club 

FERGUSON, PATRICIA W.: Pi Omega 
Pi, MEA 

FERRER, JAMES FRANCIS, JR.: Beta 
Alpha Psi, Accounting Club, Volun- 
teer Services Assn., Inc. 



FERRISS, DAVID M, JR.: Omicron 
Delta Kappa, Recorder, Blue Key; 
Order of the Red Ribbon, Philo 
Demos, Treas.; SA Judicial Council, 
Chr.; Phi Eta Sigma, Treas.; Kappa Mu 
Epsilon; Elder Statesmen; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Sec. -Treas.; Comm of 82; 
Who's Who 

FISHER, JACOB PETER: Philo Demos, 
Vice-Pres.; Elder Statesmen, Pres.; IFC; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
FLINT, RANDOLPH ALAN: MSU Kar- 
ate Club, MSU Parachute Club, Table 
Tennis Club 

FLOOD, RALPH LAMAR: Kappa Alpha 
Order, Treas. 

FLORENCE, THOMAS ALBERT, JR 
Farmhouse, Alpha Zeta, Agronomy 
Club, FFA Club 

FLOWERS, TOM T.l SAM Club, Pi 
Sigma Epsilon 

FLOYD, KELLY RUSSELL: Chess Tour- 
naments, Baseball 

FLOYD, WAYNE WHITSON, JR.: Phi 
Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta 
Pi, Vice-Pres.; MSU Band, Pres. 
FORT, JOHN GORDON, JR. BSU, 
Vice-Pres; Block and Bridle Club, 
Swim Team; Phi Mu Alpha; Phi Eta 
Sigma, Delta Kappa Epsilon 
FOSTER, JACK B : Tau Beta Pi, AICHE, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Kappa Sigma 
FOSTER, JOHN WILLIAM, JR.: FARM- 
HOUSE, MSU Forestry Club 
FOSTER, ROGER GLENN: Am. Society 
of Civil Eng. 

FOXWORTH, RANDALL KERRY: 
Track, Soccer, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi 
Kappa Phi 

FRATESI, BONITA GAY: Chi Omega; 
Angel Flight, Adm.; SEA; Council for 
Except. Children, Treas. 
FREEMAN, AUBREY MELVIN, JR.: Mar- 
keting Club, Intramural Sports 
FREEMAN, MARK D, Ill: Intramural 
Mgr. 

FRIEND, TERESA JANE: Delta Gamma 
FULLER, JOSEPH C: Theta Tau, Kappa 
Mu Epsilon, Pi Tau Sigma 
FULTON, LARRY GENE: Ind. Ed. Assn., 
Society for Adv. of Mgt. 
GAMBRELL, DANNY RAY: Beta Alpha 
Psi, Accounting Club 
GARBO, WILLIAM, JR.: Society of Pe- 
troleum Eng. 

GARRARD, JACK KLING: Society for 
Adv. of Mgt., Pi Sigma Epsilon 
GARRARD, WILLIAM GARY: SAM 
GASTON, SAM W.: Dean's Scholar, 
Lectern Comm., SA Social Comm., 
Univ. Self-Study Comm., Miss MSU 
Pageant Comm., Union Fine Arts 
Comm., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Greek 
Week Publicity Chr. 
GATES, LESLIE CALVIN: Sigma Delta 
Pi 

GAY, MARSHA ELAINE: Phi Kappa 
Phi, SEA, Creative Writing Club 
GAY, WALLACE RANDALL: MSU Ac- 
counting Club, SAM, MSU Gun Club, 
MSU Bridge Club 
GEORGE, JOHN F.: ASCE 
GERACHE, JANICE MERCEDES: Phi 
Mu, Sec; Little Sigma; Pi Omega Pi 
GIBSON, BENJAMIN DALE: Track, 
"M" Club 

GIBSON, CLYDE ALVIS, JR.: Farm- 
house, Forestry Club 
GIBLERT, ROGER EARL: Am. Society 
of Civil Eng. 

GILLIAND, KRISTINA B.: NCTE, NEA 
GILREATH, VICKY LYNN: Phi Theta 
Kappa; CEC, Vice-Pres. 
GOBER, HAL DAVID: Alpha Tau 
Omega 

GOLDING, STEVE DUDLEY: Sigma 
Chi 

GOODE, VERNIECE MANN: Pi Delta 
Phi 

GOODMAN, LINDA ANN: Phi Chi 
Theta, Beta Gamma Sigma 
GOOLSBY, PLEAS VICTOR: AAHPER, 
NAHPER, PE Club 



GORDON, CHARLES M.: IRHC, Ses- 
sums Dorm Officer 
GORDON, KAREN ELISE: Delta 
Gamma, Pres.; Campus Favorite; Car- 
dinal Key; Soph. Class Sec; MSU 
Hostess Club; Phi Chi Theta, Who's 
Who; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Alternate 
Cheerleader, REVEILLE Staff 
GRAHAM, ROBERT STEVEN: Farm- 
house, Sec; Alpha Zeta; Ag. Econ 
Club; Block and Bridle Club 
GRAVES, CHERYL E : Alpha Delta Pi, 
Vice-Pres. and Sec; Cardinal Key; Phi 
Chi Theta, Pres.; Beta Alpha Psi; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Comm of 82 
GRAVLEE, REBECCA LYNN: Phi Mu, 
Rush Chr ; Panhellenic Council, Vice- 
Pres.; Comm. of 82 
GRIER, RICHARD DAVIS: SAM 
GRIFFIN, EDWIN J.: IEEE 
GRIFFIN, JERRY GAIL: Accounting 
Club, Intramural Sports 
GRIFFITH, HENRY LEE AICHE, Dele- 
gate to Regional AICHE Convention 
GUERRY, SARA ELIZABETH: Phy. Ed 
Maiors Club, Kappa Delta Pi 
GUILLEN, ANTONIO F.: Soccer Team, 
International Club 

GULLICK, SHARON SUE: SMEA, BSU 
GUNTER, ANN PRATT: Sigma Gamma 
Epsilon, Sec; President's List; Dean's 
List 

GUTHRIE, MICHAEL T.: SEA 
GWIN, WYATT: Pi Kappa Alpha, Philo 
Demos, Cheerleader 
HAAG, HARRIET ANN: SEA, Comm, of 
82, Alpha Delta Pi 
HALL, NANCY EUGENE: SEA 
HAMBLIN, SHARON KAY: BSU 
HAMMETT, VERNON CAREY, III: 
Chess Club, Union Recreation 
Comm., ROTC Cadet 
HANDY, DANA SUSAN: Alpha Delta 
Pi, Chaplain and Corr. Sec; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Who's 
Who; Alpha Zeta's Most Outstanding 
Girl in Home Economics; Union Fine 
Arts Comm., Sec. 

HARLAN, LELAND HUNT: Circle K 
HARMOUNT, JAMES MICHAEL: 
Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Gamma Ep- 
silon 

HARRELL, RENA M.: Afro American 
Plus, Phi Beta Lambda 
HARRIS, MARY ANN: SEA 
HARRIS, ROBERT THOMAS: Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; Senate; Phi Beta 
Lambda, State V-Pres.; MSU Skydiver 
HARRIS, SANDRA JO: Kappa Delta, 
Editor; Home Economics Asso., V- 
Pres.; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon 
HARRISON, DONALD W.: Alpha 
Kappa Psi 

HARRISON, GLENN H : Arnold Air 
Society, SAM 

HARRISON, RALPH DANIEL, JR.: IEEE, 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 

HARSH, DANIEL KENNETH: AETB 
Club 

HARVEY, CHARLOTTE ALMA: Black- 
friars, lonians, Phi Kappa Phi, Union 
Recreation Comm, Sara Kopelle 
Scholarship 

HATCHER, WARREN A : Tau Beta Pi, 
Theta Tau, ETA Kappa Nu, Phi Eta 
Sigma 

HATHCOCK, LILA BUTLER: SEA 
HAVARD, LINDA MARIE: Phi Kappa 
Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma 
HAWKINS, CHARLES M.: Beta Alpha 
Psi, Accounting Club 
HAZARD, MARK GORDON, III: Philo 
Demos, Committee of 82, Elder Sta- 
tesmen, Lecturn Comm., Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, President's Scholar, Student 
Senate 

HELWICK, DOROTHY ELLEN: SEA 
HENDERSON, VANCE BENTON: Ma- 
rine Engineering Technology Society, 
President 

HENRY, JAMES THOMAS: Theta Tau, 
Tau Beta Pi, ODK, Phi Kappa Phi, 
AICHE 



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HENRY, SHERRY E.: SMEA 
HENSLEY, PATRICIA ANN C: Home 
Economics Club; Home Economics 
Honor Society, Historian 
HERRINCTON, PATRICIA SUE: Black- 
friars, lonians 

HIATT, WILLIAM HOWARD: Phi 
Kappa Phi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Eta 
Sigma, ACM 

HICKS, EDWARD FRANKLIN: Lambda 
Chi Alpha, Pres. and Treas.; Alpha 
Kappa Psi, V-Pres.; Accounting Club 
HICDON, DORSEY EDWARD, JR.: 
Theta Tau, Treas.; Arnold Air Society; 
AIAA: THE MSU ENGINEER, News Ed- 
itor 

HICDON, LINDA A.: SMEA, Treas; 
BSU 

HILL, ERMA M.: BSU, History Club, 
Phi Beta Lambda 

HILL, IAMES EDWARD, JR.: Alpha 
Kappa Psi; Omicron Delta Epsilon, V- 
Pres.; Scabbard and Blade; Pi Sigma 
Epsilon 

HILLIS, JOHN DAVID: Acacia, Pres. 
HINTON, JANET SUE: lonians, Sec. - 
Treas.; Blackfriars 

HOCAN, SARAH ALDRIDCE: Delta 
Gamma, Social Chr.; Student Publica- 
tions Board; College of Business and 
Industry, Treas.; Sophomore Class 
Treasurer; SAE Little Sister; Pi Sigma 
Epsilon Little Sister; Top Ten Best 
Dressed; Lecturn Comm. 
HOGUE, LOUIS EDWARD: Agri- 
culture Economics, Sec; Poultry 
Science Club 

HOLDEN, BEVERLY JOYCE: Phi Chi 
Theta, Pres.; Beta Alpha Psi, Sec. 
HOLDER, ELIZABETH ANN: Wesley 
Foundation, Treas.; SEA; Council for 
Exceptional Children 
HOLLAND, BARBARA W.: SEA, Na- 
tional Council of Teachers of English, 
BSU 

HOLLIDAY, LINDA ANN: Kappa 
Delta, Pledge President; Circle K, 
Sweetheart, BSU, "Fishermen" Singers 
HOLLINGSWORTH, DIANNE: Beta 
Alpha Psi, Accounting Club 
HOLLINGSWORTH, RICHARD A.: Eta 
Kappa Nu; IEEE, Treas. 
HOLMES, BENNIE O: ASCE; SAME, 
Vice-Pres. 

HOLZHAUER, BRENDA P.: Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa 
Delta Pi, CEC, Student NEA, AIAA 
Sweetheart 

HOLZHAUER, JAMES LEONARD: 
Theta Tau; AIAA, Vice-Pres.; Sigma 
Gamma Tau, Treas.; Phi Eta Sigma; AF- 
ROTC, MISS STATE ENGINEER, Edi- 
tor, Asst. Managing Editor, Board of 
Publications, Art Editor; Tau Beta Pi; 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi 
Delta Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Blue Key; Who's Who; MSU Student 
Eng, Hall of Fame 
HORN, JERRY BEAM: Pre-Vet Club 
HORN, WILLIAM GRADY, III: Theta 
Tau, IEEE 

HOUSTON, PHILIP VAN: IEEE 
HOWE, DAVID HILTON: Marine Eng 
Tech. Society, Treas 
HOWE, DONALD RAY: Society for 
Advancement of Mgt., Intramural 
Football 

HUDDLESTON, BILLY C: Accounting 
Club, SAM 

HUDSON, BARBARA GALE: SEA 
HUDSON, BETTYE H.: Pi Omega Pi, 
Sec; Phi Beta Lambda, Historian; 
Miss. Teachers Assn. 
HUDSON, HENRY COLLIER: Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; AED, Vice-Pres. 
HUMPHREY, RONALD WADE: Phi 
Kappa Tau, ASME, Eng. Council 
HUNT, MICHAEL STEIN: SAM, MSU 
Chorus 

HUNTER, ROBERT EDWARD: Ameri- 
can Society of Civil Eng., Chi Epsilon 
HUTCHINS, JOHN WALTER: Scab- 
bard and Blade, AICHE 



HUTCHISON, THOMAS GASTON: Pi 
Kappa Alpha, IEA, SAM 
HUTTO, LOUIS WAYNE: Astronomy 
Club; Kappa Delta Pi; Science Fiction 
Club, Sec-Treas.; Drama Club 
HYDRICK, MICHAEL: SAM 
IRONS, BARRY TRENT: IEA, Intramu- 
rals 

JACKSON, ANNICE: Afro-American 
Plus, Black Voices 

JACKSON, DAVID M.: Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, ASCE 

JACKSON, J, MICHAEL: Cheerleader; 
Circle K, Vice-Pres. and Sec; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon 

JACKSON, VINCENT C, JR.: Pi Kappa 
Alpha; MSU Board of Publications; 
Student Senator; Dormitory, Treas.; 
High School Comm.; MSU Karate 
Club, SEA 

JAMALDIN, OSAMA S.: American So- 
ciety of Civil Eng., Chi Epsilon, Stu- 
dent Arab Organization 
JAMES, HERBERT DAVID: IEEE 
JEROME, CAROLYN BEATRICE: SEA, 
MSU Band 

IOHNSEY, DENNIS LEE: SEA, Alpha Psi 
Oemga, Blackfriars, BSU 
IOHNSEY, KLYDELL MARIE: Home Ec. 
Club, Landscape Arch. Club, BSU 
JOHNSON, BETTIE WIYGUL: SEA 
JOHNSON, JUNE R.: Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Kappa Mu Epsilon 
JOHNSON, PAUL GILBERT: Agrono- 
my Club 

JOHNSON, STEPHEN BRENT: Pre-Vet 
Science Club, Block and Bridle Club 
JOHNSTON, JUDITH CAROLE: Black- 
friars 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM CHARLES: Eta 
Kappa Nu, Pres.; Tau Beta Pi; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Theta 
Tau; IEEE; Track 

JONES, DANIEL M.: Block and Bridle 
JONES, DONALD EDWIN: Am Nu- 
clear Society, AFROTC 
JONES, GLENN WILSON: FFA 
JONES, JOHN WILLIFORD: Lambda 
Chi Alpha, Ritualist; Alpha Phi 
Omega, Sec-Treas.; President's List; 
Dean's List 

JONES, JUDY: Dorm, President; IRHC, 
Rep.; AWS, Rep. 

JONES, PHILIP WRIGHT: Lee's Rang- 
ers, BSU 

JONES, WILLIAM WOODROW, JR.: 
AETB Club, Vice-Pres. and Pres ; Elec- 
toral Commission 

KARR, JOSEPH ERSKINE: Ag. Econ. 
Club, Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta 
Epsilon 

KATZES, MARY ANN: Spirit Commit- 
tee 

KELLUM, KAREN: Zeta Tau Alpha, 
Membership Chairman; CEC 
KELLY, ALBERT BOLLING: BSU, Vice- 
Pres.; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Pi Sigma Ep- 
silon, Vice-Pres.; Circle K Club, Vice- 
Pres.; ROTC Cadet Assc 
KELLY, BARBARA ANN: Phi Kappa 
Phi, Cardinal Key, Sigma Tau Delta, 
Blackfriars, REVEILLE Staff, SEA, BSU 
KELLY, DENNIS E : ORR, Social Chr.; 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Treas, and 
Pres.; Alpha Tau Omega, Rush Chr.; 
Alpha Kappa Psi, Pres; ODE, Pres.; 
Phi Kappa Phi, Vice-Pres.; Who's Who 
KELLY, ROBERT FRANK: MEA; IRHC; 
Dorm, President 
KELSO, JANICE LANETTE: SEA 
KENDA, KAREN ELISE: Kappa Delta, 
President's List, Kappa Delta Pi, CEC 
KENNEBREW, VERNON EARL: MSU 
Band, Afro-American Plus 
KIMBLE, KATHY DEAN: University 
Christian Student Center, Sec. 
KIMBROUCH, KERRY D.: Varsity 
Cheerleader; Dean's List; MSU Law 
Club; IFC Rush Committee; Campus 
Investigation Comm.; Sigma Chi, Rush 
Chr.; SA Senator 

KINARD, STEPHEN: Pi Tau Sigma, 
ASME 



KING, CARL TURNER: IEEE 
KING, CYDNEY SUSAN: MSU Choir, 
BSU 

KING, SARA CAROLYN: Kappa Delta, 
Treas. 

KING, WILLIAM E.: Blue Knight Color 
Guard, Kappa Alpha Order 
KINTON, DOUGLAS T: Phi Kappa 
Phi 

KIRK, ROGER LEE: Forestry Club, BSU 
KIRSCHENBAUM, JOHN R: ASME, 
Assc Ind. Tech., Glider Club 
KUEVEN, KAREN ELIZABETH: Dorm, 
Vice-Pres.; Zeta Tau Alpha; Phi Kappa 
Phi, Pre-Vet 

KYLE, LINDA WYNELL: Angel Flight; 
Chi Omega; SEA; Phi Kappa Tau, Little 
Sister 

LABARREARE, THOMAS WAYNE: Ind. 
Ed. Club 

LAGMAN, EDWARD CHARLES: "M" 
Club, Physical Ed. Club, Vice-Pres.; 
Track; Cross Country 
LAIRD, ALLEN G.: Hamlin Dorm Offi- 
cer 

LANCE, DAVID ELLIS: Phi Mu Alpha, 
Pres ; MSU Band, Drum Major; Brass 
Choir; Kappa Delta Pi, Historian; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Maroon Band, Vice-Pres.; 
Omicron Delta Kappa 
LATIMER, JOHN C, JR.: Scabbard and 
Blade, ACM, Union Entertainment 
Comm. 

LAWSON, MARTHA PARRY: Phi 
Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, SEA 
LAY, WILLIAM EZRA: SEA, Entomolo- 
gy Club, Wesley Foundation 
LEDBETTER, GARY CLINTON: Ag 
Econ. Club 

LEDDY, SAM W , JR : Phi Kappa Tau 
LEE, JACK EDWIN, III: Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Vice-Pres.; Pi Sigma Epsilon, 
Vice-Pres.; Alpha Kappa Psi; Ad- 
vanced ROTC, Cadet; Young Republi- 
can; MSU Band 
LEE, JOE R.: SEA 
LENNEP, EDWIN C, III: ASME 
LEWIS, GLENDA GENE: Angel Flight; 
Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister; Chi 
Omega, Social Chr. 
LINDSEY, DELMAS LEROY: Account- 
ing Club 

LITTLE, MICHAEL HOPE: Theta Tau, 
Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Scabbard 
and Blade, IEEE, SAME 
LITTLE, THOMAS, JR.: SAM 
LOGAN, DEBORAH JEANNE: CEC, 
SMEA 

LOGGANS, RON DAVIS, SAM, Law 
Club, Intramural Athletics, Dean's 
Scholar 

LONG, WALTER SERRILL: Tau Beta Pi, 
Vice-Pres.; AIAA, Pres.; Sigma Gamma 
Tau; Phi Kappa Phi 
LONG, WILLIAM COMFORT: Eta 
Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; IEEE, Sec. 
LOVE, MARY ALICE: Home Econ. 
Club, Sec; REFLECTOR Staff, Copy 
Editor; Afro-American Plus; Honorary 
Home Econ. Society 
LOVE, MELINDA LOUISE: Chi 
Omega, Sec; Cardinal Key, Vice-Pres. 
and Sec; Kappa Delta Pi, Sec; Pi 
Omega Pi; Phi Beta Lambda; SEA, 
MSU Chorus; Dean and President's 
List 

LOWERY, ALAN KEESTON: Pre-Med 
Club, Publicity Chr.; Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Pledge Sec; ACS; Rubella 
Monday Drive, Publicity, BSU, Fr. 
Council 

LUBY, LOUIS GRIFFIN: Army ROTC 
LUTER, REBECCA JANE: Phi Mu, Sec 
and Vice-Pres.; Home Econ. Club; 
AWS 

LYON, ROBERT ROY, II: IEEE, MSPE, 
MSU Ham Club, University Christian 
Student Center 

MALOUF, MARTHA LOUISE: Who's 
Who; Cardinal Key, Vice-Pres.; Rice 
Dorm, Pres.; Resident Asst.; Chairman 
of Rice Judicial Council; Chairman of 
House Council; IRHC; Cresswell 



House Council; Bulldog Boosters, 
Vice-Pres.; Alpha Lambda Delta, Pres.; 
Most Outstanding Freshman; Aca- 
demic Scholarship; MSU Rep. for 
Catholic Vocation; Student Advisory 
Comm. to Counseling Center; Presi- 
dent's Scholar; Recruiting Team; MSU 
Self Study Comm.; Phi Kappa Phi; 
University Discipline Comm.; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Housing Advisory Comm. 
MANISCALCO, JOE PETER: Phi Kappa 
Tau 

MARIN, PEDRO P.: Soccer Team, In- 
ternational Club, ASME 
MARION, JAMES PHILLIPS: Kappa Mu 
Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi 
MAROLT, GERALDINE: SEA 
MARS, MICHAEL DAVID: Fellowship 
of Christian Athletes; Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Pledge Master; MSU Football Team, 
Mgr. 

MARTIN, JEFFREY HAMPTON: loni- 
ans, REFLECTOR Staff 
MARTIN, RICHARD VERNON: SGE 
MASSEY, KENNETH LAWRENCE: 

Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Kappa Psi, 
SAM 

MATHEWS, JOHN MICHAEL: Cadet 
Assc, Vice-Pres.; Arnold Air Society; 
Intramural Basketball; Intramural Soft- 
ball 

MATTHEWS, PATSY KAY: Accounting 
Club, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma 
Sigma 

MATTOX, WILLIAM CAREY: SA Sena- 
tor; SA Executive Sec; Phi Gamma 
Delta, Corr Sec; Circle K, Pres ; IFC, 
Sec-Treas.; Chr. of Miss. Southern 
Universities Student Gov't. Assc; 
Who's Who; Gamma Beta Phi 
MAULDIN, NANCE MUSGROVI 
Home Econ. Club 
MAXEY, JOHN ALLEN: IEEE 
MAY, JOHN LOUIS: ROTC Cadet 
Assoc; Pre-Med Club; Am. Chem. So- 
ciety 

MAYS, RICHARD CARROLL: Ind. Arts 
Assoc; lota Lambda Sigma; Phi Kappa 
Tau, House Mg. 
MCALLISTER, JAMES THOMPSON 
Accounting Club 

MCALLISTER, LAWRENCE RICHARD 
DPMA 

MCALISTER, VEDA MAE: Pi Omega Pi, 
Pres.; Dean's Cabinet; MEA 
MCALPIN, JIM L.: "M" Club, P. E. Club 
MCANALLY, CHARLEY JAMES: FFA 
MCBRIDE, CHARLES H.: Afro-Ameri- 
can Plus, Black Voice of State 
MCCAIN, WILLIAM C, JR.: Alpha 
Zeta, Beta Alpha Psi, Alpha Kappa Psi, 
Blue Key, Who's Who, Kappa Sigma, 
IFC 

MCCALEB, FRED WAYNE: Sigma Chi; 
REFLECTOR, Bus. Mgr.; SA Senator; 
Union Program Council; MSU Board 
of Publications; MIC Delegate; SPI 
MCCALLA, JIMMY RAY: SEA 
MCCLURE, DAVID HUGH: Beta 
Alpha Psi, Treas.; Accounting Club 
MCCOOL, MICHAEL EDWIN: Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Circle K, SAM 
MCCOY, RANDY DARRELL: Fellow 
ship of Christian Athletes, SEA, Varsitv 
Football 

MCCRIMON, JIMMY RAY: Ph 
Gamma Delta, Pres.; MSU Band 
MCCULLY, JAMES S.: FFA, Alpha Zet; 
MCCULLY, MICHAEL W,: University 
Brass Choir, MENC, Phi Mu Alpha Sin 
fonia, MSU Symphonic Band, MSI 
Maroon Band, Vice-Pres. 
MCELROY, THOMAS MELVIN: Alphi 
Kappa Psi, Varsity Football, Fellow 
ship Christian Athletes 
MCGAUGH, JUDY LANETTE: Phi Bet 
Lambda, Vice-Pres.; Pi Omega Pi, SE/ 
MCGEE, LARRY WALLACE: BSU 
Music Chr., Ind. Assc. 
MCINTYRE, JOHN C, JR.: Kapp 
Alpha Order, Amer. Society of Mech 
Eng. 



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ViCINTYRE, SHERRI R. Phi Mu, Vice- 
'res.; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Cardinal Key; Dean's Cabinet; Who's 
A/ho; Social Comm ; Madrigals; Cho- 
rus; SEA, Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice- 
Pres 

MCKAY, WILLIAM |.: Phi Kappa Phi 
MCKIBBEN, CHARLES ACNEW: MSU 
Band, Accounting Club 
MCKIBBEN: NORMA |EAN: SEA, Phi 
Beta Lambda, Pi Omega Pi 
MCKINNIS. STEPHANIE SUSAN: 
Who's Who; Cardinal Key; REVEILLE 
Staff, Business Manager and Student 
Life Editor; SA Senator; Delta Gamma, 
Rush Chairman and Standards Coun- 
cil; Panhellenic Council, Treas. and 
Public Relations Chr.; Pi Delta Epsi- 
lon, Sec; Committee of 82; MSU Pub- 
lication Board; President's Commit- 
tee, Disciplinary Council; SEA, Dean's 
List; President's List 
MCLAIN, ROY E, JR.: Alpha Tau 
Omega, W. U.; American Institute of 
Ind. Eng. 

MCLESKEY, KATHLEEN L: Social 
Work Club 

MCMAHEN, STEPHEN LUKE: ASCE 
MCMILLAN, C RAYMOND: FFA, 
Dorm Intermurals 

MCNEECE, JESSIE DANIEL: Phi Kappa 
Tau, Comptroller 

MCPHAIL, JAMES LEROY: Alpha Zeta; 
FFA, Sentinel 

MEACHAM, MARSHA LOUISE: Young 
Republican Club, Blackfriars, Wesley, 
IRF-IC 

MEADOWS, JAMES WARD: IEEE, Tau 
Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Kappa Phi 
MELTON, PATTI L: Delta Gamma, 
Rituals Chr,, Anchora Corr., and Pub- 
lic Relations Chr.; Comm, of 82; 
Council for Exceptional Children; 
Dean's Cabinet for College of Ed.; 
Sec. for College of Ed. 
MERCER, MARGARET F.: Phi Mu, Phi 
Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi 
Delta Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, SEA 
MIDDLETON, CARL BINNER: Phi Eta 
Sigma, Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, ASCE 
MILEY, JUDITH JANE: Phi Mu, MSU 
Band and Majorette, Sigma Chi Little 
Sister, NHEA, Comm. of 82 
MILLER, IOHN WILEY, JR.: Pi Tau 
Sigma; Engineering Council, Sec; 
Theta Tau, Marshal; MSU ENGINEER, 

us. Mgr.; ASME 
MILLER, LYNN HIGHTOWER: Phi 
Theta Kappa, EMJC; Phi Theta Kappa, 
EMJC 

MILLIGAN, THOMAS H.: SAM 
MINOR, BARBARA JEAN: Alpha 
Lambda Delta 

MISKELLY, CHARLES WILLIAM: 
Comm. of 82 

MITCHELL, ANNE LANELL: Kappa 
Delta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, SEA 
MIXON, JAMES HOWARD: SAME; 
MSU Sky Diving Club, Constitution 
MIXON, SUSAN TERESA: REFLECTOR 
Staff 

MIZE, H. PAULA: SEA 
MOBLEY, LAURA ANN: Sigma Alpha 
ota, Pres.; MSU Band; Maroon Band, 
Sec, Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi, 
Gamma Beta Pi; Choir; Clarinet Choir; 
President's List; Phi Mu Alpha, Sweet- 
heart 

MONTFORT, FRANK WREN: Beta 
Alpha Psi, Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma 
Sigma, Kappa Sigma 
MOON, JIMMY |OE: Theta Tau; Eta 
Kappa Nu, Vice-Pres.; Tau Beta Pi; 
Kappa Mu Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; IEEE 
MOORE, ALBERT FREDDIE: Ag Econ. 
Club 

MOORE, CATHY JANE: Zeta Tau 
Alpha, Angel Flight 
MOORE, JAMES A., JR.: IED Assc, 
Pres.; Dean's Council 
MOORE, JAMES WALTER: Dairy 
cience Club, Vice-Pres. and Sec; 
Alpha Zeta; BSU 



MOORE, MARY ELLENE: Kappa Delta, 
Pres., Best Dressed Coed, 1st Alt.; Phi 
Gamma Delta Sweetheart; Angel 
Flight; Sponsor for Blue Knights; Civil 
Eng. Sweetheart; Miss Derby Day; 
Miss MSU Alternate; Kappa Delta Pi 
Honorary, SEA; REVEILLE Favorite; 
Calendar Girl; Comm. of 82 
MOORE, RODNEY LAMAR: Block and 
Bridle, Vice-Pres ; Alpha Zeta 
MOORE, WILLIAM GARVIN: SAM, 
Vice-Pres. 

MOORE, WILLIAM WALKER: Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, Ag. Econ. Club, MSU 
Karate Assoc, President's List and 
Dean's List 

MORA, DIONISIO: Soccer Club, Co- 
Captain; MSU International Club 
MORGAN, ALAN KEMP: Alpha Zeta, 
Chancellor; Phi Kappa Phi; Agronomy 
Club, Pres.; Omicron Delta Kappa 
MORGAN, ROBERT EMORY Alpha 
Tau Omega 

MORRIS, MERCURY M.: Omicron 
Delta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, Pi 
Delta Epsilon, SA Senator, Phi Eta 
Sigma, YMCA Cabinet, REFLECTOR, 
Sports Editor 

MORRIS, WILLIAM HARPER, JR.: Aca- 
cia, Sigma Pi Epsilon 
MOSS, BRUCE IOSEPH: Intramurals, 
Basketball and Football; Ind. Ed. Club 
MOSS, DON DEMENT: ACM, ROTC 
Band 

MUSICK, VALERIE INDIA: Hull Dorm, 
Vice-Pres.; Phi Alpha Theta 
MYERS, ABBOTT RANSOM: Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, Pres; Blue Key, Pres.; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; Who's Who; Alpha 
Zeta; School of Ag., Vice-Pres., Union 
Program Council; Dean's List 
NALLEY, STANLEY GEORGE: Theta 
Tau, ASME 

NANCE, WILLIAM P.: FFA, Montgom- 
ery 

NAZARY, JIMMIE GAYLE: Sigma 
Alpha lota, Recording Sec; MSU Cho- 
rus 

NEELY, WANDA M.: ACM, Sec. 
NELSON, DERL BLAKENEY: Acacia, 
Recording Sec. 

NELSON, JAMES JENKINS: Sigma Chi; 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Blue Key; Elder Statesmen; 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 
Pres.; Who's Who 

NEVINS, IERRY WAYNE: Farmhouse, 
Ag Econ. Club 

NEWELL, ROBERT M.: Alpha Kappa 
Psi, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma 
Sigma, Dorm Officer, Phi Kappa Phi 
NICHOLAS, HOLOMON JOHN: In- 
tramural Football, Marketing Fraterni- 
ty 

NOLEN, DEBORAH E.: Delta Gamma, 
Asst. Rush Chr., SEA 
NORTON, JAMES D.: METS, IEEE 
NORWOOD, JAMES HAMMETT: 
Triangle, Vice-Pres. and Pres.; Pres. of 
College of Ed.; Eng. Council Rep.; 
ASCE 

NOWZARI, FRANK F.: Alpha Phi 
Omega, SAM 

O'LEARY, LEWIS EDWARD: Marine 
Eng. Tech. Society; Society of Marine 
Eng. and Naval Arch.; Knights of Co- 
lumbus 

O'LEARY, MARY JO: Alpha Delta Pi; 
Blackfriars, Historian; Alpha Psi 
Omega, Sec -Treas.; Cardinal Key 
OLIVER, KATHY GLENDA: Pi Omega 
Pi, Historian 

OLIVER, MILTON DALE: SAM 
OTT, SARA BETH: Phi Omega Phi, 
SMEA 

OYLER, BURLESS J.: Accounting Club, 
Vice-Pres. 

PADEN, RAYMOND A.: SMEA 
PADGETT, DAVID WAYNE: Cadet 
Assc, Accounting Club 
PALMER, JIMMY TRAVIS: Ind. Arts 
Assn. 
PARKER, RONALD W.: Alpha Kappa 



Psi, Beta Alpha Psi, Accounting Club, 
SAM 

PARKERSON, PATSY LENE: Phi Beta 
Lambda, Reporter; Pi Omega Pi 
PARKERSON, PEGGY JEAN: Phi Beta 
Lambda, Treas.; Pi Omega Pi 
PARKINSON, SALLYE RAYE: Maroon 
Band, Head Maiorette; Delta Gamma, 
Soc Chr.; Sigma Alpha lota, Sgt. at 
Arms; Gamma Beta Phi; MSU Hostess 
Club 

PARKINSON, SUSAN KAYE: Dorm 
Officer, Dorm Council, Assn. Child- 
hood Ed., SEA 

PATEL, NATWAR S : Am Nuclear Soc. 
PATRIDGE, ELOISE STRAIN: Alpha 
Lambda Delia; Chi Omega, Rush Chr , 
Phi Chi Theta; Fr. Class Officer, Treas , 
Panhellenic Council; Cardinal Key 
PATTON, LEROY DOWE, III: SAM 
PAYNE, TONY EUGNE: ROTC 
PEERY, PATRICIA ANNE: Dorm Offi- 
cer, Treas.; SA Recruiting Team; Vol- 
unteer Services; Union Lectures and 
Forum Comm.; SEA 
PEERY, WILLIAM F.: Anthropology 
Club 

PENNEBAKER, BOMA CAVE: Phi 
Kappa Alpha, "M" Club 
PENNINGTON, JAMES GREEN: Gen. 
Ag. Club, Reporter; FFA; Farmhouse 
PENPRASE, J MICHAEL: REFLECTOR 
Staff, Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Delta Epsi- 
lon 

PERRETT, WILLIAM F.: Social Work 
Club 

PETERS, MANUEL SPERO: Alpha Tau 
Omega, Sec; IEEE; FADA 
PHILLIPS, BRUCE LLOYD: AVA, IED, 
SEA 

PHILLIPS, JAMES RALPH: Ag Econ. 
Club, Ag Council 
PHILLIPS, JAN ELAINE: CEC 
PHILLIPS, JERRY WADE: Pre-Vet Club 
PICKERING, WILLIAM DAVID: Am. 
Soc. Agr. Eng., Am. Soc Agri Eng., 
Sec-Treas 

PIPPINS, FRANK JAMES: Sigma Omi- 
cron Tau 

PITTMAN, KENNETH CHARLES: Farm 
house, Treas.; Alpha Zeta, Chronicler; 
Block and Bridle, Editor 
PITTS, JAMES M. C: ROTC Cadet 
Assn., Phi Alpha Theta 
PLANT, THOMAS JOHN: Pi Kappa 
Alpha, AIAA 

PLUNKETT, WILLIAM KIRK: IED Club, 
AIAA, MIAA 

POLK, SAMUEL TRIZZIE: SA Senator; 
Sigma Chi, Pledge Trainer and Presi- 
dent; Alpha Zeta; Philo Demos 
PENDER, WENDELL WAYNE: Phi Eta 
Sigma; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Pi Delta 
Phi, Phi Kappa Phi 

POOLE, RONALD STEPHEN: Phi 
Kappa Tau Fraternity; Alpha Kappa 
Psi; Phi Eta Sigma 

POSTON, ROGER LEE: Distributive 
Education Clubs of America; AVA, 
MVA 

PRESLEY, DWIGHT: Volunteer Ser- 
vices; REFLECTOR; YMCA; Afro- 
American Plus 

PREWITT, EARL BRADFORD: AETB 
Club 

PREWITT, JOHNNY M.: AICHE 
PRICE, IRVIN RICHARD, JR : MSU 
Band; American Society of Civil Engi- 
neers; Society for Advancement of 
Management; MSU Law Club, Secre- 
tary, YMCA Cabinet 
PRITCHARD, CLAUDE DAVIS: Inter- 
fraternity Council; American Institute 
of Ind. Engineers; Triangle Fraternity, 
Corr. Secretary; Union Entertainment 
Committee 

PUCKETT, RALPH ARTHUR, II: Phi 
Kappa Phi; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi 
Eta Sigma; AFROTC 
PURVIS, DONALD LAVELLE: Alpha 
Phi Omega, President; ASCE; BSU; 
Circle K 
RAHAIM, KALEEL: Blackfriars, AICHE, 



President, College of Engineering, V- 
Pres.; Theta Tau; AICHE, Souther Re- 
gion, V-Pres. 

RAMSEY, DENNIS EUGENE: IEEE 
RANDALL, ROBERT M., |R Industrial 
Education Association 
RANDOLPH, JERRY BOYCE: YMCA 
Cabinet; Afro-American Plus, Phi Beta 
Sigma Fraternity 

RAYBURN, SAMUEL THOMAS, JK 
ASCE 

RAYNER, ROBERT FREDRICK: Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Pledge Master 
REEDY, ROGER DALE: IEEE; Eta Kappa 
Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi 
REEVES, CARL MONTGOMERY: Dorm 
Representative, Social Chairman 
REEVES, MICHAEL GLEN: Acacia Fra- 
ternity, Junior Dean, V-Pres. 
REEVES, PHILIP RAY: PE Club 
REEVES, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH: SA 
Senator; Zeta Tau Alpha, Debate 
Team; President's Committee; Pi 
Kappa Delta 

REID, JAMES NEAL Pre-Vet Club 
RENFROE, CHARLES THOMAS, ]R : 
Theta Tau; AICHE; Gamma Beta Phi 
RHODES, CROFTON F.: Student Sen- 
ate; Mississippi Intercollegiate Coun- 
cil; Pres. Sigma Chi Pledge Class; Pres- 
ident, Resident Hall 
RHODES, DENISE F.: Dean's List; Pres- 
ident's List 

RICHARDSON, JOHN PARKS: PE 
Club 

RICHIE, CAROL LYNNE: REVEILLE Fa- 
vorite, Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Cardinal Key; Treasurer, College of 
Education, Dean's Cabinet; Presi- 
dent's Scholar; Delta Gamma 
RIDDLE, MACHIE ALLEN: FFA 
RIGBY, JOHN WILBUR: Theta Tau; 
ASCE, V-Pres. 

RILEY, BEVERLY KAY: MEA, President; 
Phi Beta Lambda, President; Pi 
Omega Pi 

RINGWALA, NIKUNJS: AICHE 
RIVERS, ROBERT LAMAR: Industrial 
Education Club 

ROBBINS, CRAIG LAVERN: NEA; 
MEA; Young Republicans 
ROBERTS, BRUCE KERRY: Society of 
Petroleum Engineers 
ROBERTS, KATHLEEN A.: BSU; SEA 
ROBERTS, RODKEY DALE: Pi Sigma 
Epsilon 

ROBINSON, DONALD MAXEY: Dorm 
Government 

ROBINSON, G. LAWAYNE: FFA, 
Alpha Zeta 

ROGERS, BOBBY G.: Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Social Chairman 
ROGERS, MICHAEL DALE: Phi Mu 
Alpha Sinfonia; Madrigal Singers; 
MSU Choir, Pres. 

ROGERS, RONNIE GILBERT: Indus- 
trial Arts Club 

RONEY, ALFRED B.: Eta Kappa Nu, 
Treasurer; IEEE 

ROOK, WILLIAM GARY: Marine Engi- 
neering Tech Society, Secretary 
ROSS, ELIZABETH ANN: Phi Mu, Pres- 
ident; Committee of 82; BSU 
ROSS, ROGER S : Beta Alpha Psi 
ROUNSAVILLE, GARNEITH ED- 
WARDS: AETB Club, V-Pres., Secre- 
tary, Alpha Zeta, Army ROTC Cadet 
Assn. 

ROUSE, KATHY ELLEN: Blackfriars, 
President; Alpha Psi Omega; lonians 
RUFF, ROXIE JEAN: Afro-American 
Plus; Phi Beta Lambda 
RUFFIN, THOMAS MYER: AIIE 
RUSHING, DONALD MARTIN: Assn. 
for Computing Machinery, President; 
Dean's List; President's List 
RUSHING, WANDA LYNN: AWS; SEA; 
Phi Theta Kappa 

RUSSELL, JOHN TED: Society of Pe- 
troleum Engineers, Treasurer; Pi Epsi- 
lon Tau, Secretary-Treasurer 
RUSSELL, MAURY DALE: Accounting 
Club; Beta Alpha Psi 



351 



SABIN, ALBERT KIRBY: IE Club 
SABIN, JOHN -COCKE: General Agri- 
culture Club 

SAIK, ERNEST W.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
V-Pres.; Entertainment Committee; 
IFC President's Cabinet 
SAMARA, SAMIR TAHAN: Tau Beta Pi 
SANDEL, LEWIE FREDERICK: AICHE 
SANDERS, KENNETH RAY: Lambda 
Chi Alpha, Pledge Educator; Society 
of Petroleum Engineers, Pres.; Pi Epsi- 
lon Tau, Exec. V-Pres.; Tau Beta Pi 
SANDERS, MICHAEL EARL: Forestry 
Club; Xi Sigma Pi, Alpha Zeta 
SANDERSON, BOBBY HUGH: MSU 
Maroon Band 

SAPPINGTON, GAIL HOWELL: Social 
Work Club 

SATERFIEL, THOMAS H.: Phi Kappa 
Tau, Chaplain; Education, President; 
Who's Who, Blue Key, Omicron Delta 
Kappa, BSU, Madrigal Singers, Univer- 
sity Chorus, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, 
Sec; Kappa Delta Phi, Treas. 
SEAWRIGHT, CHARLES L.: Beta Alpha 
Psi, Accounting Club 
SEGREST, DIANE CALLAHAN: SEA 
SEID, RAYMOND: Phi Kappa Phi, Tau 
Beta Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Treasurer; 
Phi Eta Sigma,; Pi Sigma Epsilon; Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment; American Institute of Chemical 
Engineering, Treasurer; MSU Karate 
Club 

SESSUMS, FRANK MORGAN: Delta 
Chi, V-Pres.; Alpha Kappa Psi; SAM 
SEYFARTH, ROBERT HAROLD: Theta 
Tau, Corr. Secretary; Miss. Society of 
Biological Engineer, V-Pres. 
SHAMBURGER, SUSAN KAY: Chi 
Omega, Pledge Trainer; Panhellenic, 
Council Representative, Treas.; Phi 
Kappa Phi, Cardinal Key, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Gamma Beta Phi, Little 
Sigma, V-Pres., MSU Chorus, Kappa 
Delta Pi, SMEA, Union Fine Arts Com- 
mittee 

SHARBROUGH, WILLIAM C, III: 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Summer Union 
Program Council, Student Senate 
SHEELY, PATSILU T.: Home Club, Phi 
Beta Lambda, MHEA, Secretary; MSU 
Home Ec Honor Club 
SHEFFIELD, PAUL ROBINSON, JR.; 
Law Club, V-Pres. 

SHELL, DEBORAH LOUISE: Alpha 
Delta Pi, President; Pre-Med Club, 
Secretary 

SHEPHER, FELIX GERALD: MSU 
DECA, President; Dean's Cabinet, 
SEA, RA 

SHEPHER, SHEILA A. W.: SAM 
SHIELDS, BRENDA THOMPSON: Pi 
Omega Pi 

SHIELDS, MICHAEL F.: Afro-American 
Plus; Pi Sigma Epsilon; SAM 
SHINAULT, CECIL BLANT: IEEE 
SHOEMAKE, IULIUS STANFORD: IEEE 
SHULTZ, MARTHA MAXWELL: Chi 
Omega; Angel Flight 
SHUMPERT, ORA WALKER: Afro- 
American Plus 

SHUMPERT, ROBERT FLETCHER: 
Alpha Tau Omega; IFC 
SIGMAN, |OHN GORDON, JR.: ASCE, 
Vice President; Theta Tau, Chi Epsi- 
lon, President; Scabbard and Blade 
SIMMONS, MARY BELL: Home Eco- 
nomics Club 

SIMMONS, RICHARD DICKSON: Pi 
Sigma Epsilon 

SIMPSON, JANET ELKIN: MSU Choir, 
MSU Madrigal Singers, Sigma Alpha 
lota, Chaplain 

SIMS, ARTIE: Afro-American Plus, 
SMEA, MSU Black Voices 
SINCLAIR, DANIEL THOMPSON, JR.: 
Alpha Zeta, FFA, Devotional Chair- 
man 

SINNO, HASHEM M.: ASCE 
SKELTON, JANE B.: Alpha Delta Pi; 
Inter-Residence Council; Blackfriars, 
Representative 



SKELTON, LOUIE MACK: Entomology 
Club 

SKEWES, MARY MARGARET: Chi 
Omega 

SLAUGHTER, ARVILLE O'NEIL: Pres. 
and Social Chairman of Phi Kappa 
Tau; Head Cheerleader 
SLAUGHTER, WILLIAM L: Kappa 
Sigma 

SLOAN, DIANNA HEMPHILL: Zeta 
Tau Alpha, Standards Chairman; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Home Econom- 
ics, President; Home Economics 
Honor Society 

SLOAN, GARY WAYNE: AICHE; RE- 
FLECTOR Staff 

SMART, FREDDY THOMAS: FFA 
SMITH, BARBARA J.: Plant Pathology 
Club, President; Ag Council; March- 
ing Band 

SMITH, BETTY SUE: Social Work Club, 
BSU 

SMITH, BILLY E.: FFA, President; Ag 
Council 

SMITH, FRANCES HOLMES: Zeta Tau 
Alpha; MEA; Order of the White Rose 
SMITH, JO NELLE: Alpha Psi Omega, 
President; lonians; Blackfriars 
SMITH, OSCAR, JR.: PE Club; Psychol- 
ogy Club; Afro-American Plus 
SMITH, ROBERT HARO: SAM, Ac- 
counting Club, BSU, Phi Theta Kappa, 
Circle K 

SMITH, SHERYL JEAN: BSU, SEA 
SMITH, STORMY L. F.: Newman Club; 
Veterans Association, Reporter; Con- 
trol Society; AP&I 

SMITH, TOMMY GENE: AEC Club, 
Secretary 

SMITH, VICKI CAROLYN: Student 
MEA; Kappa Delta Pi 
SMITH, VIVIAN LEE: Alpha Phi 
Omega, Blackfriars, lonians 
SNIPES, JERRY EARL: IEEE 
SNYDER, WILLIAM DON: MSU Ten- 
nis Team, PE Club 

SOLLIE, CARLTON RAYMOND, JR.; 
Blackfriars 

SORRELL, JOHN A.: IEEE, BSU 
SPEARS, ALBERT LUTHER: Beta Alpha 
Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma 
SPENCER, MARION HANNAH: CEC, 
SEA 

SPRADLING, STANLEY JOE: ASCE, Chi 
Epsilon 

STEPHENS, SHIRLEY SANDRA: Phi 
Beta Lambda, SEA, Dean's List 
STEPHENSON, JAMES L.: Farmhouse, 
IFC Representative; Alpha Zeta, RE- 
FLECTOR, Ag. Econ. Committee of 82, 
Treasurer of College of Agriculture 
STERLING, JOHN L.: Afro-American 
Plus Club; Pre Law Club 
STEVENSON, ALICE FAYE: Kappa 
Delta Pi 

STEVENSON, BERNICE: Black Voices, 
MEA, Africa America Assn. 
STEWART, DAVID HENRY, JR.: ACM 
STEWART, JOHN WILLIAM, JR.: Block 
and Bridle, Alpha Zeta 
STEWART, ROBERT SIDNEY: Forestry 
Club, Agriculture Club 
STONE, CAROLYN JEAN: Phi Chi 
Theta, Corres. Secretary 
STORTZ, LOUIS A.: IEEE, Vice Chair- 
man 

STORY, MARTHA ANN: ACM 
STRAHAN, RICHARD CECIL: Tau Beta 
Pi; Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Theta Kappa 
STRAIN, CLARE ANN: Chi Omega, 
President; Cardinal Key, Treasurer; 
Cheerleader, Angel Flight, Pledge 
Trainer 

STREET, EDITH WYNELL: BSU 
STRIBLING, VERNON JAY: Phi Alpha 
Theta 

STRINGER, HOWARD KEITH: Ag 
Club; FFA; FFA Livestock Judging 
Team 

STRONG, ASYLEE: Zeta Phi Beta 
STUART, MARY ANN: SEA, PHi Kappa 
Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, President's Schol- 



SUDDUTH, CHARLES, JR.: Society of 
Military Engineers 

SULLIVAN, CYNTHIA M.: SEA, Kappa 
Delta Pi, BSU 

SULLIVAN, TOMMY L: FFA 
SUMMERS, JAMES STEVEN: FFA 
SUMMERS, PAUL GARVAN: Kappa 
Alpha, Parliamentarian; Phi Eta Sigma, 
President; Omicron Delta Kappa; Ar- 
nold Air Society, Deputy Command- 
er; Blue Key; AFROTC Cadet Assn., 
Elder Statesmen, Who's Who; Presi- 
dent's Self-Study Committee, Phi 
Kappa Phi 

SWAIN, KELLY: Beta Alpha Psi, Alpha 
Kappa Psi, Accounting Club 
TATUM, DAVID HAROLD: Agronomy 
Club, Soil Judging 

TEAFORD, JAMES WILLIAM: Farm- 
house, Alpha Zeta, Xi Sigma Pi, Presi- 
dent; Forestry Club, Secretary; School 
of Forest Resources, Sec, Pres, Phi Eta 
Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Blue Key, Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa, Treas.; Who's Who, 
Scabbard and Blade, First Sergeant 
TEMPLE, FUTRELLE LEE, JR.: Phi Kappa 
Tau, Alpha Zeta, Delta Pi Delta, Xi 
Sigma Pi 

TEMPLE, TERRELL WAYNE: ASCE 
THOMAS, LINDA KAY: Zeta Tau 
Alpha 

THOMPSON, ELLEN ODOM: Chi 
Omega, ROTC Scotchguard, Ma- 
jorette, Maroon Band, Pi Kappa Alpha 
Little Sister, Vice-President; Dean's 
List, MSU Hostess Club; AWS Repre- 
sentative 

THOMPSON, HILTON MICHAEL: Pre- 
Vet Club 

THOMPSON, IOHN B.: MSU Rifle 
Team, Forestry Club 
THOMPSON, MILDRED LEWIS: Beta 
Alpha Psi 

THOMPSON, SANDRA KAY: SEA 
THORN, CHARLOTTLE ROGERS: SEA, 
CEC, MSU Band, Kappa Delta Pi 
THORN, JAMES HUBERT: ASME 
THORNE, GARY W.: Alpha Zeta, Ag. 
Econ. Club 

THORNTON, JANICE: Alpha Psi 
Omega, Readers' Theatre, Psychology 
Club 

THORNTON, JOHN EARL: Newman 
Club, lonians 

TIDWELL, JAMES M.: Landscape Arch. 
Club, Treas. 

TINGLE, JOHN L: Xi Sigma Pi, Alpha 
Zeta, Forestry Club 
TOLBERT, GEORGE ALLEN: IEEE 
TONKIN, STEVE: Korean Karate Club, 
Pres.; REFLECTOR Staff 
TOWNSEND, BROOKS PIERCE: Ma- 
rine Engr. Tech., Vice-Pres. 
TRAHAN, ERNEST J.: ASCE 
TRAPP, ALBERT HARVEY: Beta Alpha 
Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Kappa 
Phi 

TRAVILLION, KEN CONRAD: YMCA 
Cabinet, Treas., Volunteer Services, 
Afro-American Plus 
TRAWICK, TAMA LEAH: Phi Mu, Lit- 
tle Sisters of Minerva, Treas., Beta 
Alpha Psi 

FRIPLETT, MICHAEL WILLIAM: Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Pres.; Phi Eta Sigma, IFC 
TROTTER, STEPHEN GANT: Commit- 
tee of 82 

TRUITT, BRENDA MARLENE: Chi 
Omega, Pledge Trainer; SA Senator; 
Dean's Cabinet 

TUCKER, THOMAS ELMER: ASME, 
ROA 

TUNSTALL, CHARLES D.: Sigma Chi, 
Pi Sigma Epsilon, SAM 
TUNSTALL, CHERRI NICHOLS: Elem. 
Ed. Assoc. 

TURNER, DAVID WILSON, JR.: Tau 
Kappa Epsilon, Pres.; Alpha Kappa Psi; 
Pi Sigma Epsilon; Comm. of 82 
TUTOR, JERRY N.: Ind. Ed. Assoc. 
UELTSCHEY, WATTS CASPER: Pres. of 
College of Bus. and Ind.; Chairman 
Student Check Cashing Facility, Blue 



Key, Elder Statesmen; Pi Sigma Epsi- 
lon, Vice-Pres. and Delegate to Na- 
tional Conv.; SAM, Kappa Sigma, 
Dean's Scholar, Sales and Marketing 
Executives International Scholarship, 
Beta Alpha Psi, Omicron Delta Kappa 
VANCE, CHRISTY: Pi Omega Pi, 
Kappa Delta Pi, SEA, Dean and Presi- 
dent's List 

VANCE, SHARON V.: Phi Mu, Pi 
Omega Pi, Accounting Club 
VANN, STEPHEN RHETTE: Blue 
Knights AFROTC 
VARNADO, RUSSELL VAUGHN: 
Delta Chi, Pres., Sec, and Pledge 
Counselor; Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Eta 
Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma, 
Young Republicans, Inter-Fraternity 
Council 

VARNER, DON ALLEN: Student MEA, 
SPE 

VAUGHN, ELLIE LEE, III: P. E. Majors 
Club 

VAUGHT, GEORGE ANDREW, III: Ac- 
counting Club 

VERTZ, RICHARD J.: ASME, Theta 
Tau, MSU Eng. Mag. Staff 
VIERLING, JAMES RAY: Tau Beta Pi, 
ASME 

VIRDEN, VIRGINIA HART: Council 
for Excep. Children, Pres.; SEA, Dean's 
Cabinet 

VOSS, DAVID RANDALL: Varsity 
Baseball, Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Kappa Alpha Order, Sgt. at Arms; RE- 
FLECTOR Staff 
WADDLE, JOYCE GAIL: Student MEA, 
Pi Beta Lambda, Sec; Pi Omega Pi; 
Student Christian Center 
WADE, DOUGLAS KEVIN: Phi Kappa 
Tau; AICHE, Treas.; MSU Band 
WADE, LILLIAN ANN: Kappa Delta, 
Little Sigma, Miss MSU Pageant, 4th 
Runnerup 

WAGGONER, JOE AYRES: IFC Investi- 
gative Comm., ASCE 
WAGGONER, SANDRA GAIL: Kappa 
Delta Pi, SEA, Phi Theta Kappa 
WALLACE, GLENN VENSON: AIIE, 
Vice-Pres.; Alpha Pi Mu, Tau Beta Pi, 
BSU; Circle K, Sec; Who's Who 
Among Students in Am. Jr. College 
WALLIS, CAROL JUNE: SEA, Kappa 
Delta Pi, National Council of Teachers 
of Eng., Wesley Foundation 
WALLS, BILL, JR.: Sigma Phi Epsilon 
WALTMAN, RANDAL G.: Ind. Ed. 
Club 

WALTON, JOHN LAMAR, III: ASCE, 
University Christian Student Center 
WARD, DIXIE ).: Pi Omega Pi, Angel 
Flight 

WARD, LINDA FRANCES: SEA, Stan- 
dards Council 

WARDLAW, CLARENCE M.: Dorm 
Gov't., Ind. Ed. Club 
WATKINS, JEFFERSON WALTON: Var- 
sity Football, Theta Tau, Pi Tau Sigma, 
AFROTC 

WATSON, DEE A.: SEA; Soph. Class 
Officer, Sec; Student Gov't. 
WATTERS, SID: Sigma Chi, Sec; Dor- 
mitory Inter-Residence Council; SAM; 
Pres. and Dean's Scholar 
WATTS, SIDNEY C: Ind. Tech. of IEA, 
Vice-Pres. 

WEBB, MICHAEL KEITH: IEEE 
WEBB, THOMAS MARQUIS, JR.: MSU 
Forestry 

WEEKS, JIMMY CARL: FFA 
WEIR, JUDY ALLEN: Zeta Tau Alpha, 
Panhellenic Delegate 
WELCH, JERRY CLINTON: Phi Gamma 
Delta, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, 
AICHE 

WELLS, FRANK M., JR.: SAM 
WESTON, FREDERICK JOSEPH: Black- 
friars 

WHITE, BETTY CAROL: Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Student Volunteer Assoc, Sec. 
WHITE, ELIZABETH ANN: Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi 
Kappa Phi, Drennon Scholar SMAE 



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WHITE, MARTHA LOUISE: Pi Omega 
Pi 

WHITE, RONNIE GENE: SEA, NEATS 
WHITE, TROY WADE: Student Teach- 
ers Assc. 

WHITEHEAD, IAMES ALAN: Anthro- 
pology Club, Philosophy Hour 
WHITFIELD, ROY MICHAEL: Block 
and Bridle Club, Livestock ludging 
Team, Meats ludging Team 
WIGGINS, DANIEL GLENN: SEA, KME 
WIGGINTON, |. CLIFTON: MSU 
Band, |ETG 

WILCOX, WAYNE OWEN: ASME, 
Vice-Pres ; Kappa Alpha Order 
WILLCUTT, SAMUEL L: Varsity Bas- 
ketball; Fr. Asst. Basketball Coach 
WILLIAMS, HAROLD EDWARD Afro- 
American Plus, Blue Knights 
WILLIAMS, KENNETH ANTHONY' 
AICHE, Theta Tau 



WILLIAMS, RONALD LEIGH: P. E. 
Major Club 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS R.: FFA 
WILLIAMSON, DOLORES ANN: Ac- 
counting Club 

WILLIFORD, MARY MARGARET: Uni- 
versity Choir, Fr BSU Council Sec • 
BSU 

WILLS, IAMES TERRY: Ag. Econ. Club 
WILSON, HAROLD |.. Accounting 
Club, Beta Alpha Psi 
WILSON, (ANET REYNOLDS: Kappa 
Delta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi 
WILSON, IERRY LEE: Tau Beta Pi, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, IEEE, KME 
WILSON, |OHN STEVEN: ASCE 
WILSON, MARTIN EARL: Farmhouse, 
Pres.; Ag. Council, Pres .; Ag. Econ! 
Club, Pres.; Alpha Zeta 
WILSON, WILLIAM RICHARD, SR : 
IEEE, Eta Kappa Nu 



WINBUSH, EMILY COSELLE: Universi- 
ty Choir, Sigma Alpha lota, lonians, 
Wesley Foundation Choir 
WITT, (AMES ALLEN: Am. Assc. of 
Civil Eng. 

WOLSKI, WARREN |OHN: SAM, Per- 
formance Awards Chr., Phi Kappa Phi; 
Beta Gamma Sigma 
WOMACK, OLLIE E.: MSU Band 
WOODLEY, LAMAR PAYNE: Theta 
Tau, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE 
WOODS, R SHERMAN IEA AVA 
WOODYEAR, TERRY |0: Zeta Tau 
Alpha, Vice-Pres.; Order of the While 
Rose, Sec; Phi Chi Theta, Vice-Pres 
WOOTEN, SUSAN LEE: SEA MSU 
Choir, BSU 

WORRELL, MARY KATHLEEN: Phi 
Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta 
Alpha Psi, Phi Theta Kappa; President 
and Dean's Scholar 



WORTHAM, IANICE DEAN: Alpha 
Tau Omega Little Sister, FADA 
WRIGHT, MARY LOUISE: YMCA Cab- 
inet, Sec; Steven D. Lee Honors Pro- 
gram; Afro-American Organization 
YATES, WILLIAM CHARLES: Miss. 
Young Am. for Freedom, Treas ; MSU 
Young Am. for Freedom, Treas.; 
Young Republicans; REFLECTOR Staff; 
MSU Shotokan Karate Club, IEEE; De- 
bate Team 

YOUNG, FRED RICKY: Pi Sigma Epsi 
Ion 

YOUNG, WILLIAM WOOD, JR.; 
Kappa Alpha Order, Accounting Club 



Maven Home Bank Supports MSU 




353 



Mississippi State 
Alumni Association 



The Alumni Association of Mississippi State University was founded in 1884 by the 
graduates of the first three classes. During the 93 year history of the institution more 
than 35,000 have been granted degrees. Graduates of Mississippi State have distin- 
guished themselves in every walk of life. Today the purpose of the Alumni Associa- 
tion is the same as when founded: To provide ways and means of perpetuating the 
memories of college life in a manner that would bind, and at the same time strength- 
en, by union or association, the good influences the University might exert through 
her graduates. 



JOHN PAXTON 
Southern Committeeman 
Gulfport, Miss. 



CHARLES E. WEATHERLY 
Executive Secretary 
State College, Miss. 



BOB H. BASSETT 
Out-of-State Comm. 
Dunwoody, Ca. 



JOHN V. CORRERO 
Field Secretary 
State College, Miss. 



JACK D. COOK 
Treasurer 
Starkville, Miss. 



E. H. WALKER, JR. 
Central Committeeman 
Jackson, Miss. 



JOHN W. RIAL 
Northern Committeeman 
Tupelo, Miss. 



J. E. "RED" RUFFIN 
President 1972 
Laurel, Miss. 



TOMMY EVERETT 
1st Vice President 
Magee, Miss. 



W. L. WATSON 
2nd Vice President 
Ripley, Miss. 



OMAR CRAIG 
President 1971 
Oxford, Miss. 



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INDEX 



Aanes. D L , CR, 239 

Aaron, M. R„ A&5. 319 

Abbott. W P.. 156, 214, 246 

Abel, D. E., ED, 319 

Abernethy. P. B , ENC, 74, 75, 168, 194, 

212, 213, 226, 294 
Abihider. C. Y„ A&S. 245 
Abies, L. D , ENG, 319 
Abies, N. L., A&S, 319 
Abrams, I. M., B&l, 271 
Abston, B. I , ED, 319 
Abston, D. E., B&l. 209, 234, 280, 294 
Abston, P. A., A&S, 179, 181 
Acutf. P. F., ED, 220 
Adams, C. S„ A&S, 319 
Adams, D. L„ ED, 143, 222, 319 
Adams, Ft V., A&S 319 
Adams, |. R., |r„ ENG, 319 
Adams, L , ED, 319 
Adams, L. K., A&S, 319 
Adams, S. L. A&S, 153 
Adcock, |, M„ B&l, 181, 319 
Adcock. R I , B&l, 179, 294 
Adcox. |. W„ |r.. ED. 294 
Adcox, V. S., A&S, 319 
Aden, L M ., |r , AG, 181 
Aden, M. R., AG. 319 
Aden, W. B., |r., A&S, 175 
Agnew. P. |, B&l, 151, 199, 247 
Agostinelli, T. A., ENG, 294 
Ahlvin, A. E., A&S, 294 
Ahmad, M. N., ENG, 319 
Ahmed, H. N., GR, 315 
Aiken, N E., ED, 319 
Aikens, R. N., B&l, 319 
Ainsworth, M. A&S, 319 
Ainsworth, R. L, B&l, 164 
Akins, S. L, A&S, 177 
Albntton, |. D, GR, 315 
Alexander, A N , III, AG, 172 
Alexander, |. Ft, AG. 279 
Alexander. ). E„ A&S, 199, 319 
Alexander, I. C., AC, 262 
Alexander, |. T , GR, 315 
Alexander, S R., ENG, 238, 319 
Alford, C- L, A&S, 147, 319 
Alford, M. G , B&l, 319 
Allday, B. L., A&S, 294 
Allen, A. )., GR, 294 
Allen, A. K., ED, 319 
Allen, C A , A&S, 319 
Allen, C. M., |r„ A&S, 289, 319, 379 
Allen, C. D„ ED, 319 
Allen, D , |r., AG, 279, 319 
Allen, E. S., B&l, 319 
Allen, E. A. B., A&S, 319 
Allen, E. A., II, B&l, 177, 319 
Allen, J. A., B&l, 160, 240 
Allen, I. B„ ENG, 319 
Allen, ). T„ ED, 294 
Allen, |. S , GR, 204, 284 
Allen, L. H., A&S, 177 
Allen, M. I., B&l, 294 
Allen, M. S., A&S, 166 
Allen, N. K., ED, 319 
Allen, S. R , GR, 206 
Allen, S. E„ B&l, 171 
Allen, W. S., A&S, 156 
Allgood, H. D., )r., ENG, 284 
Allgood, Ft D, B&l, 281, 294 
Allgood, S. K., ED, 319 
Allison, S. M., Jr., AG, 168, 243, 263 
Allred, D. C., ENG, 181 
Allred, G W., ENG, 241, 294 
Alman, R„ III, ENG, 284, 319 
Altman, P. D , A&S, 319 
Amador, F. E., Jr., ENG, 233, 267, 319 
Ambrose, M. R., A&S, 319 
Amin, A. A., A&S, 319 
Ammann, M. M., B&l, 143, 319 
Ammons, I. F., A&S, 164 
Ammons, S. L„ ED, 319 
Anastasio, C. R , A&S, 285 
Anders, M. A., A&S, 198, 319 
Anders, T. G.. B&l, 319 
Anderson, A. D., ENG, 244 



Anderson, B. D„ ED, 279 

Anderson, D. R., AG, 230, 241, 319 

Anderson, D V,, ED, 151 

Anderson, | B , |r., AG, 177, 319 

Anderson, K., ED, 147, 319 

Anderson, K, R., B&l, q58, 276, 294 

Anderson. R Ft. |r , AG, 171 

Anderson, T. E., ED, 319 

Anderson, T N. AG, 256, 279, 319 

Anderson, W. C , |r., AG, 279, 319 

Anderson, W. S., B&l, 319 

Andrews, G R , ED, 319 

Andrews, G. L., GR, 261 

Andrews, I. M., A&S, 175, 319 

Andrews, O , |r , ENG, 319 

Andrews, R I , B&l, 177, 276, 281 

Andrews, S. C , ED, 272, 319 

Anest, P. D., ED, 224, 225, 319 

Anger, E. E., AG, 319 

Anglin, |. R., ENG, 181, 182, 208, 246, 
319 

Anglin, K. S , ED, 319 

Anglin, R. Ft, |r„ ENG, 294 

Antee, G. A., ENG, 171, 319 

Anthony, E I , A&S, 319 

Anthony, M., GR, 269, 315 

Anthony, M. E., B&l, 68, 72, 149, 236, 
276, 319 

Anthony, T A., ED, 265, 294 

Anthony, T V., ED, 294 

Anyanso, G. L, B&l, 267 

Apperson, M. E., A&S, 319 

Applewhite, H )., B&l, 319 

Arant, Ft M , AG, 164 

Archer, R. L., B&l, 213, 164 

Archer, W. I , ED, 147, 319 

Arentson, R M., |r., A&S, 175, 294 

Argo, M, A , A&S, 319 

Armijos, D. P Ft. ENG, 281, 294 

Armistead, E A., |r, ENG, 202, 284, 319 

Armistead, G T., ENG, 198, 284 

Armour, |. W , |r., ENG, 171, 319 

Armstrong, D. M., A&S, 104, 177, 192, 
1%. 260, 319 

Armstrong, D. A., AG, 319 

Armstrong, J L, ED, 151 

Armstrong, M. E„ ED, 319, 377 

Armstrong, R. L„ B&l, 319 

Arnett, E. K., B&l, 319 
Arnold, C. E , A&S, 224, 319 
Arnold, R. L , AG, 92, 140, 177 
Arrington, A. G., B&l, 294 
Arnngton, N. S , AG, 243, 266 
Arthur, B. K ., B&l, 319 
Arthur, M. R., AG, 319 
Asher, L. D., B&l, 177, 276 
Asher, Y. | , GR, 264, 315 
Ashley, L. D , )r., ED, 294 
Ashley, R. K., ENG, 222, 319 
Ashley, W. S„ A&S, 220, 278 
Askew, S. A., ED, 143 
Asmar, M. M., |r., B&l, 220 
Assuncao, M, V., GR, 315 
Atkinson, S. A., B&l, 319 
Atkinson, T )., ENG, 181, 294 
Atkinson, W, I., A&S, 181, 289 
Atkinson, W. T., B&l, 198, 202, 319 
Atwood, G B , FO, 319 
Atwood, V. |., B&l, 319 
Aubic, J. L., |r., B&l, 166 
Aucoin, S. M., ED, 147, 202, 319 
Ault, D. )., ENG, 319 
Austin, K. R., B&l, 319 
Austin, M. |., A&S, 153, 216, 220, 319 
Autry, L L., GR, 290 
Aven, ). D., B&l, 172 
Avery, D. B., |r., ED, 294 
Avirah, T. K., GR, 315 
Avis, |, A., ENG, 319 
Awad, E. T., ENG, 294 
Aycock, R. Ft, B&l, 177 
Ayres, W. S., AG, 172, 230, 242, 276, 
319 



B 



Babb, I. H., ENG, 319 
Backstrom, B. A., ED, 145, 319 



Bacon, N. V., ED, 269, 294 

Baddley, J, E., ED, 153 

Baddley, I. F., ED, 153 

Baessler, R. H., ED, 294 

Baggett, G B , ENG, 282, 319 

Baggett, W T., ED, 246 

Bagley, N. L , ED, 143 

Bagley, P L , AG, 319 

Bagwell, W. L , AG, 240, 294 

Bailess, C , ED, 319 

Bailey, C. P., ENG, 294 

Bailey, D. J., AG, 143 

Bailey, I A., FO, 294 

Bailey, |. L., GR, 315 

Bailey, I. R., FO, 172 

Bailey, I L„ B&l, 319 

Bailey, L. C , A&S, 319 

Bailey, P. V,, AG, 207, 232 

Bailey, T. L., |r., A&S, 164, 319 

Bailey, W. Ft, ED, 319 

Baine, M. )., AG, 143, 319 

Baird, D P., B&l, 164 

Baird. D W., B&l, 319 

Baird, D. D., B&l, 164 

Baird, M. E , GR, 315 

Baird, W. H. Ill, B&l, 177 

Baker, B N., ED, 289, 319 

Baker, C. M„ B&l, 320 

Baker, D E., ED, 93, 145, 247, 320 

Baker, |. A., B&l, 320 

Baker, | D., B&l, 181, 294 

Baker, | K., AG, 277 

Baker, |, Ft, FO, 245, 251 

Baker, I R., ENG, 233 

Baker, | W. II, ENG, 320 

Baker, L D , GR, 147 

Baker, R. E., B&l, 222, 320 

Baker, R M., FO, 320 

Baker, R. W., A&S, 158, 320 

Baker, S. L , ED, 320 

Baker, S. C , ED, 141, 147, 216 

Baker, W M., ED, 88 

Baldwin, C E , ED, 147, 216, 320 

Baldwin, E A., AG, 141, 147, 320 

Bales, D. P , FO, 320 

Ball, D. R., ED, 151, 224, 280 

Ball, T C , ED, 320 

Ballard, E. S., |r., B&l, 320 

Ballard, H. C., AG, 320 

Ballard, I C , ED, 320 

Ballard, L C., ED, 222 

Ballew, A. W., A&S, 320 

Balmer, T F., B&l, 320 

Banks, D. W., ENG, 320 

Banks, R. S., A&S, 320 

Bankston, M, E., ED, 294 

Bannon, P. R., A&S, 320 

Baquero, I. P, GR, 315 

Barathokey, S. S., GR, 315 

Barber, C A , B&l, 294 

Barber, G. R., AG, 243, 266, 294 

Barcellona, B., A&S, 220, 320 

Bardm, C. L., A&S, 320 

Bardwell, A R„ B&l, 154, 320 

Bardwell, G. C, ENG. 204, 241, 294 

Barfield, W. A., ED, 320 

Barger, D. K., B&l, 175 

Barger, H. O., Jr., B&l, 166, 320 

Barham, M. C, B&l, 279 

Barkemeyer, E. P., AG, 208, 246, 294 

Barksdale, |. F„ B&l, 240. 294 

Barksdale, M. E., B&l, 151 

Barlow, C A., B&l, 320 

Barlow, D G., A&S, 320 

Barnard, N. E., B&l, 147, 197, 206, 320, 

377 
Barnes, 8. L, B&l, 220, 256, 320 
Barnes, C. Y., A&S, 320 
Barnes, D. D., ENG, 320 
Barnes, E. L., AG, 256 
Barnes, ). H., A&S, 175 
Barnes, ). F„ B&l, 175 
Barnes, L. G., ED, 294 
Barnes, P. M., AG, 266, 294 
Barnes, R. L., |r„ A&S, 213, 228, 246, 

291, 294 
Barnes, T M., ENG, 164, 214, 294 
Barnes, W. R., B&l, 162 



Barnett, B H , ED, 294 

Barnett, R. C., ED, 320 

Barnett, W A , ENG, 238, 294 

Barnette, R. A , ED, 320 

Barrentine, M. M., A&S, 145, 197, 247, 

294, 378 
Barret, S. H , AG, 210 
Barrett, C K , ED, 145, 320 
Barrett, K L„ ED, 294 
Barron, B A , A&S, 149 
Barron, I L , ENG, 239 
Barry, T. W., AG, 177 
Bartlett, B. )., B&l, 294 
Baskm, P I , B&l, 320 
Baskin, R. I., ENG, 320 
Bass, H, A , B&l, 219 
Bass, M. C, ED, 149 
Bassett, |. R , B&l, 294 
Bates, B. B„ ENG, 294 
Bates, D. M., B&l, 289, 320 
Bates, T. C, ED, 234, 320 
Batson, L. A., ED, 320 
Balson, M L., ED, 294 
Batson, W. A , |r„ ENG, 198, 320 
Bauer, C. A. Ill, B&l, 156 
Baughman, D K.. A&S, 320 
Baughman. O M., |r., GR, 261 
Baxter, H R , |r AG, 266, 320 
Baxter, L. L., B&l, 143, 320 
Bays, I. A., GR, 315 
Bearh, W D , |r., AG, 320 
Bean, E L , A&S. 168 
Bean, H. L ., |r , B&l, 294 
Bean, I. F , ED, 294 
Beard, L H , |r , A&S, 294 
Bearden, C E , ENG, 320 
Bearden, M R , A&S, 319 
Bearden, O S., B&l, 253, 320 
Bearden, V., B&l, 320 
Bearden, W. E , A&S, 214, 294 
Beasley, D. I , A&S, 208, 246, 294 
Beasley, D. B , GR, 204 
Beasley, |. E., B&l, 172 
Beasley, | A , B&l, 320 
Beasley, L )., ED, 320 
Beatty, B F , A&S, 294 
Beck, D E , AG, 320 
Beck, G. R„ ENG, 295 
Beck, R E , GR, 315 
Beck, S. I , ED, 320 
Beckham, A M., ENG, 164, 320 
Beckham, J, R , A&S, 164 
Beckham, |. L„ A&S, 320 
Beckham, L. D., A&S, 295 
Beeland, l„ B&l, 320 
Behr, S E., B&l, 158, 320 
Bern, A K , A&S, 320 
Belandres, N. M , GR, 315 
Belanger, R. C, |r., ENG, 270, 320 
Bell, B. D , AG, 256 
Bell. C R , B&l, 320 
Bell, H. P., AG, 175 
Bell, I. C, B&l, 179 
Bell, R K., ED, 320 
Bell, R. L., B&l, 177, 320 
Bell, V E., ENG, 149, 204 
Bell, W. R., A&S, 320 
Bellah, L L , B&l, 289, 320 
Bellan, L. C., ENG, 202, 289, 320 
Bender, W. R„ ENG, 289, 320 
Benedick, F. L„ ENG, 319 
Benedict, J F , B&l, 320 
Bennett, D. E., ED, 320 
Bennett, J. H., ED, 295 
Bennett, I. E , ED, 222, 224 
Bennett, K A.. A&S, 320 
Bennett, K. L R., ED, 199, 285, 319 
Bennett, N ) , B&l, 295 
Bennett, P M , ED, 143, 320 
Bennett, R. D., ENG, 233 
Bennett, W I , ENG, 281, 320 
Bentley, ). V, B&l, 172 
Benton, B. E., ED, 320 
Benton, C. R., ENG, 172 
Benton, L. W., ED, 295 
Benyo, W. S., |r., A&S, 156 
Beoddy, |. A., Ill, ENG, 182, 252 
Berdami, M, L, ED, 295 



Bernheim, M. E., ED, 320 

Berry, C. R., B&l, 175 

Berry, C A., ED, 153, 216, 320 

Berry, E. |. B., ED. 149 

Berry, G. G., |r,, GR, 315 

Berry, I, C., A&S, 320 

Berry, I H., AG, 266 

Berry, |. W., A&S, 224, 281, 320 

Berry, W, B., ENG, 177 

Berthay, C , ED, 320 

Bertucci, P B , ED. 92, 143 

Bestor, G C , |r , ENG, 224 

Bestor, M. H , ED, 202, 224, 269 

Beverly, I C, A&S, 145, 222 

Beverly, R. )., A&S, 147, 199, 320 

Bharati, B. R„ GR, 264 

Bhuva, R D, GR, 315 

Bibbs, K M , A&S, 319 

Bicker, |. K„ A&S, 209, 235 

Bigger, B A,, B&l, 151, 236 

Biggers. M A , AG, 164, 243 

Biggers, S. L„ AG, 164 

Biglane, |. M., B&l, 147, 281, 295, 379 

Biglane, K. A., A&S, 147, 320 

Bignoh, A P., ENG, 282, 320 

Bilbo, D. E., ENG, 295 

Bilbrey, L. K., B&l, 285, 295 

Billingsley, D. M , ED, 175 

Billingsley, D. S„ A&S, 218, 225, 254, 

255, 295 
Billups, |., Jr., B&l, 320 
Birdsong, V L., Ill, B&l, 281, 282, 291, 

320 
Bishop, A. E , ED, 174, 320 
Bishop, D. |., A&S, 320 
Bishop, L I , ED, 320 
Bishop, W. |., ED, 222, 224, 320 
Bittle, I A., A&S, 222, 274, 320 
Bittner, |. N , ENG, 241, 295 
Black, E G., B&l, 175 
Black, G. Ft, |r„ ED, 222, 320 
Black, I B , B&l, 175 
Black, I , ED, 275, 320 
Black, M. L., A&S, 320 
Black, P T , B&l, 320 
Blackburn, P. D., ED, 151, 320 
Blackledge, M. G , A&S, 147, 320 
Blackwell, D. D., FO, 295 
Blackwell, F. G., GR, 315 
Blackwood, R T , AG, 320 
Blair, I I ., ED, 78, 79, 80 
Blair, L E„ ED, 269 
Blair, S M , AG, 320 
Blake, L. K., ED, 320 
Blake, R. C., B&l, 171, 209, 235, 295 
Blake, R. A., B&l, 234 
Blake, V. A., AG, 321 
Blakely, C. D., AG, 321 
Blakely, I. W„ Jr., A&S, 295 
Blakely, R G., |r., A&S, 181, 321 
Blakney, I. T., B&l, 172, 321 
Blancett, L. A., A&S, 321 
Bland, D I., ENG, 233 
Bland, G. K„ 147, 216, 220, 236, 269, 

321 
Bland, I, W , B&l, 158, 321 
Blankley, L , A&S, 321 
Blaylock, R. E , AG, 171 
Blaylock, V. E., A&S, 321 
Bhckley, P L., |r, FO, 321 
Blocker, C R., B&l, 295 
Blomeley, D. L., A&S, 321 
Blount, M. )., AG, 145, 321 
Blount, R C, ED, 321 
Blount, T |. H., ED, 295 
Blue, R. D„ B&l, 245, 248 
Bobitt, R. K., ED, 222 
Bogan, D W , B&l, 321 
Bogdahn, B )., ED, 147 
Boggess, E. L., A&S, 147, 321 
Boggess, W. G., 162, 206, 213, 218, 226 
Boler, |. E„ B&l, 321 
Bolton, H. L, ENG, 321 
Bond, I. P , AG, 295 
Bond, R Ft, ED, 321 
Bond, R. L., B&l, 321 
Bond, R. M., ENG, 209, 249, 321 
Bond T. W., |r , AG, 162 






355 



Bonds. J., ED, 321 

Bonds, L. R., ED, 235 

Bonelli, C. R.. A&5, 149, 321 

Bonner, T., |r., AG, 262 

Booker, M. D., ENC, 228, 321 

Boone, B. R., B&l, 252 

Boone, C. H., GR, 315 

Boone, I. I , ED, 321 

Boone, K. L., ED, 321 

Booth, |. R., Ill, B&l, 164 

Borden, R. C, ENG, 321 

Bordenkircher, P. B„ |'r, GR, 265 

Boren, E. M., ED, 295 

Bornman, L C, Jr., ENG, 249, 295 

Bosl, S. C, A&S, 162, 321 

Bostick, L. D„ AG, 164, 222 

Boswell, D. H., B&l, 164 

Boswell, F. E , B&l, 295 

Boteler, I. )., A&S, 147, 321 

Bolt, C G ., |r , ED, 321 

Bouchillon, H. B., A&S, 321 

Bouchillon, M | , AG, 160, 260 

Bouldln, |, E., ED, 177, 260 

Bounds, A. A., |r., ENG, 295 

Bounds, C. D., ED, 151, 321 

Bounds, S. B., AG, 164 

Bourquard, R. A , GR, 204 

Bouton, ). H., AG, 232, 243, 295 

Bouton, M. I. G, ED, 295 

Bowen, E. L, ED, 295 

Bowen, |. L., AG, 295 

Bowen, I P., B&l, 295 

Bowen, R L ., ED, 269, 272, 295 

Bowen, R D , ED, 269, 295 

Bowen, W. H., B&l, 275 

Bower, P. )., B&l, 181, 321 

Bowlds, T F., ENG, 321 

Bowles, W. )., ENG, 295 

Bowlin, G. E., ED, 295 

Bown, C E., AG, 153, 191, 195, 197, 

237, 263 
Box, B K ., ED, 224, 321 
Box, |. H., GR, 246 
Boxx, |. F , ED, 321 

Boyce, R W„ |r„ A&S, 321 

Boyd, I C, A&S, 228, 315 

Boyd, |. H„ B&l, 295 

Boyd, R. T., B&l, 168 

Boyd, W. H., A&S, 164, 198 

Boye, P C, A&S, 153, 222, 321 

Boyer, L E., Jr , ED, 241 

Boyette, |. V., A&S, 321 

Boyette, L. E„ ED, 145, 321 

Boykin, D. K., ENG, 295 

Boykin, R. D., FO, 321 

Boyles, D. A., A&S, 321 

Bozeman, B. C , B&l, 246 

Brabham, I. E , |r., A&S, 158 

Brackstone, D W , ED, 295 

Brackstone, S„ GR, 315 

Braddock, P A., B&l, 295 

Braden, I S., ENG, 282, 321 

Bradford, L |, AG, 256 

Bradley, D. C, B&l, 276, 321 

Bradshaw, |. P., A&S, 156 

Bradshaw, S. E„ ED, 251 

Bragg, I. M„ A&S, 321 

Bragg, N. E„ |r . A&S, 177 

Bramuchi, M. A., B&l, 321 

Branch, L C, AG, 172 

Branch, L. C., A&S, 147, 321 

Brand, E. B., Jr., A&S, 171 

Brandon, S A., AG, 181, 188, 192, 195, 
1%, 202, 213, 217, 242, 260, 295 

Brandon, V S„ II, B&l, 166 

Branscome, R. R., B&l, 321 

Brantley, L. T., Ill, A&S, 181, 321 

Brantley, M. E , A&S, 295 

Brantley, R. A., B&l, 321 

Branton, D., ED, 145, 321 

Brasfield, L F., ED, 321 

Brashier, R. D, ED, 321 

Braswell, |. L., B&l, 175 

Braswell, I. R., ENG, 209 

Braswell, ]. N., ENG, 235, 251 

Braswell, R. B., B&l, 321 

Brawner, D. R., B&l, 295 

Bray, R. L, B&l, 321 

Breal, I L., B&l, 179, 321 

Breed, M. E , ED, 149 

Breeland, R. L., ENG, 321 

Breland, F. B., ENG, 256, 295 

Breland, I. H., A&S, 321 

Breland, W S., ED, 321 

Breland, W G , AG, 321 

Brent, D. L., A&S, 321 

Brett, R. L, ED, 147, 197, 202, 222, 236, 

237, 269, 321 
Brewer, G. L, A&S, 140, 154, 155, 242, 
321 



Brewer, M. M., B&l, 321 

Brewer, O C, B&l, 321 

Brickell, C. H., B&l, 151 

Brickell, M R., A&S, 151, 199 

Brickey, C. L., B&l, 177, 213, 295 

Bright, |. L., ED, 295 

Brinkley, D. M., ED, 295 

Brinson, ). M., B&l, 321 

Briscoe, F. E„ ED, 151, 269, 321 

Briscoe, ). H., B&l, 295 

Briscoe, R. L„ B&l, 228, 291, 295 

Britt, C- L., ENC, 181 

Britt, L. L., ENG, 175 

Broadhead, M D , B&l, 166, 321 

Broadhead, R. R., ENG, 321 

Brock, B. L„ A&S, 321 

Brock, D R., AG, 230, 321 

Brock, H. B., ED, 295 

Brooks, B L , A&S, 145, 295 

Brooks, B. G , A&S, 321 

Brooks, C. W., |r., ENG, 198 

Brooks, J. E., B&l, 321 

Brooks, R. F., GR, 315 

Brooks, S K., B&l, 321 

Brookshlre, B. N., B&l, 177 

Brookshire, |. P., ED, 145, 214, 216, 247 

Brookshire, N , III, AG, 177, 192, 196, 

294 
Broome, |. R., GR, 261 
Broussard, D. W„ ED, 295 
Brower, R C, B&l, 252, 295 
Brown, A D., B&l, 281, 321 
Brown, A B., Ill, A&S, 321 
Brown, B. R., GR, 315 
Brown, C. L., ED, 236 
Brown, C M , ENG, 228, 321 
Brown, C. A., B&l, 222, 272, 321 

Brown, E A , ED, 321 

Brown, F. M S , A&S, 295 

Brown, H. S , |r , AG, 256 

Brown, |. C, GR, 315 

Brown, |, M., A&S, 315 

Brown, |. M , ENG, 321 

Brown, |. M., AG, 321 

Brown, I L, III, ENG, 172 

Brown, ), M., A&S, 321 

Brown, L. C , AG, 175 

Brown, L Q , FO, 261, 321 

Brown, L. L., AG, 321 

Brown, P L , B&l, 222, 321 

Brown, R. I , III, B&l, 164 

Brown, R L , A&S, 179 

Brown, R. G, ED, 111 

Brown, R. |., ENG, 164, 198 

Brown, R. A., ENG, 140, 182, 205, 295 

Brown, S. H., ED, 268, 321, 379 

Brown, T. L., AG, 179, 277 

Brown, V. C, A&S, 321 

Brown, W. E., ENG, 281 

Brown, W. L., B&l, 140, 154, 281 

Brown, W. E , GR, 315 

Brown, W. H., Ill, B&l, 162, 321 

Brown, W |, ED, 71, 145, 236, 237 

Browning, |, A., B&l, 252, 295 

Brownlee, R. I , B&l, 321 

Brubaker, C. M., AG, 2% 

Bruce, D. L, ED, 151, 321 

Bruce, H. K., |r,, B&l, 162, 192, 1%, 260 

Bruce, j. H., ED, 91 

Bruce, R. M , FO, 321 

Bruister, D. A., B&l, 147, 202, 321 

Brumfield, H C . |r , AG, 162 

Brumfield, H. M., |r., ED, 206 

Brunt, D. H., ED, 224 

Bryan, C. R , B&l, 252, 2% 

Bryan, D. R., A&S, 156 

Bryan, H., A&S, 198, 206, 218 

Bryan, I T., A&S, 166 

Bryan, S., ED, 321 

Bryan, T. E„ |r , ENG, 179, 214, 321 

Bryan, W. D, |r„ B&l, 171 

Bryant, C. S , A&S, 2% 

Bryant, D. D., A&S, 153, 321 

Bryant, G. E., A&S, 181, 209, 280 

Bryant, |. L., A&S, 199, 228, 291, 321 

Bryant, J. H., |r., A&S, 166 

Bryant, S. G„ B&l, 162, 235 

Bryant, S. R., B&l, 271 

Bucciantini, ). M., A&S, 166, 321 

Buchanan, D. P., A&S, 175 

Buchanan, |, F., A&S, 321 

Buck, G. T„ A&S, 175, 321 

Buckley, B. |. C , A&S, 321 

Buckley, L. A., B&l, 172 

Buckley, M. S., A&S, 322 

Buckley, W P , B&l, 89, 172 

Buckner, S. C, A&S, 143, 202 
Bufkin, L. K., ED, 151 
Bufkin, T. I, B&l, 172 
Buford, L. A , ED, 322 



Bullard, A L., ED, 322 

Bullard, I. L., A&S, 285, 322 

Bullard, W. H., ED, 2% 

Bullock, K., A&S, 296 

Bullock, R , A&S, 199, 322 

Bunch, C. E., ED, 199 

Bunch, E. C., ED, 147, 322 

Bunch, G. M., A&S, 268 

Bunner, G. N., GR, 254 

Burch, |. |„ GR, 315 

Burcham, D. N., ED, 322 

Burchfield, M J., AG, 232, 243, 296 

Burgess, C. K., |r., ENG, 284, 296 

Burke, D. R., A&S, 162, 322 

Burkes, L F. M„ ED, 322 

Burkes, P. D., B&l, 322 

Burnett, E. K., A&S, 322 

Burnham, B G., ED, 251, 2% 

Burnham, S. )., ED, 269, 296 

Burns, D. A., B&l, 322 

Burns, F P., B&l, 143 

Burns, T. L„ B&l, 222, 322 

Burrell, T. M , ENG, 245, 322 

Burress, S. B„ B&l, 153, 322 

Burris, E M., FO, 296 

Burris, R. P , GR, 261 

Burroughs, T H., ED, 208, 296 

Burt, |. D., ED, 322 

Burton, D. L., A&S, 145, 149, 322 

Burton, G. B , A&S, 285, 296 

Burton, |. L., ENG. 322 

Burwell, S. L., B&l, 162, 1% 

Busby, E. E., Ill, ENG, 322 

Buse, R. I., B&l, 166 

Bush, B. E , ED, 322 

Bush, C. C., )r., A&S, 162, 260 

Bush, I L , AG, 322 

Bush, I G., ENG, 204, 233, 281, 2% 

Bush, |. M„ AG, 243, 322 

Bush, N. E., ENG, 322 

Bush, T. L., ENG, 204, 233, 281, 296 

Bushman, D L., ENG, 192, 204, 205, 

281, 2% 
Butler, A G., ED, 296 
Butler, B. F., ED, 322 
Butler, P. L., ED, 296 
Butler, P. W„ A&S, 239, 296 
Butler, S |., ED, 2% 
Butler, W., |r., A&S, 322 
Buttross, E L , |r., ENG, 281, 284, 2% 
Buttross, L S., A&S, 153, 236, 267, 322 
Buttross, M. E., B&l, 153, 214, 322 
Buttross, T. E., B&l, 252, 322 
Butts, G. I., |r„ GR, 194, 215, 245, 315 
Byars, D. C, B&l, 322 
Byrd, B H., A&S, 322 
Byrd, I H., AC, 322 
Byrd, P L, A&S, 322 
Byrd, R. G , B&l, 275 
Byrd, S. L, ED, 272, 2% 
Byrd, T. L., ENG, 238, 296 
Byrd, W L,, III, ENG, 239, 2% 
Byrne, G. I , ED, 322 



Cade, B A , ED, 322 
Cade, M. D , AG, 322 
Cadenhead, I E, ED, 151, 199 
Cagle, J R , FO, 261 
Cam, C E., ED, 145, 322 
Cain, C Q., |r., B&l, 2% 
Cain, |. E., A&S, 322 
Cain, M. B., B&l, 322 
Caldwell, I L,, ED, 244 
Caldwell, I. R„ FO, 172 
Calhoun, M. S , B&l, 153, 322 
Callaway, M. L., A&S, 285, 322 
Callens, |. D., A&S, 209, 235, 280, 296 
Callicott, H. C, |r., FO, 322 
Calvert, W K„ FD, 145, 268 
Cameron, R. C, B&l, 322 
Cameron, W D., A&S, 172 
Campbell, A N,, |r , B&l, 322 
Campbell, C R., ENG, 322 
Campbell, E. A., ED, 2% 
Campbell, M. R., B&l, 289, 321 
Campbell, R. D., Ill, ED, 272, 2% 
Campbell, R. F, B&l, 214, 218, 220, 

227, 321 
Campbell, R. E., FO, 168 
Campbell, R., ED, 236 
Campbell, R. L„ ENG, 2% 
Campbell, S. I., A&S, 285, 296 
Cannon, L. |„ A&S, 228, 234, 321 
Cannon, M. A. Y., ED, 2% 
Canon, |. N., |r., A&S, 164 
Cantrell, |. A,, A&S, 172, 321 
Capley, D. E., A&S, 156 
Cardwell, D. T , A&S, 254, 255 



Cardwell, D. G., AG, 263, 321 

Carey, B. R., B&l, 164 

Caridad, D. O, ENG, 160 

Carlisle, M. A., A&S, 321 

Carlson, C. A., ED, 216, 254, 268, 2% 

Carlson, K. I, A&S, 153, 199 

Carlson, L. L , ED, 224, 225, 280, 2% 

Carlson, W, V., A&S, 196 

Carlton, C. M., A&S, 321 

Carnathan, ]. W„ A&S, 321 

Carothers, M., A&S, 321 

Carpenter, B F., A&S, 321 

Carpenter, R. E., ED, 2% 

Carpenter, R L., ED, 296 

Carr, |, O, A&S, 149, 322 

Carr, T. B , AG, 230, 2% 

Carraway, L , ED, 322 

Carroll, D. E., ENG, 296 

Carroll, I. M., ENG, 322 

Carroll, T D., GR, 206, 219, 315 

Carson, C. M., II, B&l, 2% 

Carter, C. T., ED, 296 

Carter, L R , ED, 153, 296 

Carter, M M., ED, 322 

Carter, M. F., Ill, B&l, 177 

Carter, R R., Ill, A&S, 296 

Carter, S„ AG, 256, 263, 2% 

Carter, W., Ill, ENG, 175 

Cartwright, C. W., AG, 2% 

Cartwright, T. M., GR, 315 

Caruthers, M. R., A&S, 2% 

Case, R. H„ B&l, 177 

Case, T W., ENG, 322 

Case, W. D., )r„ ED, 2% 

Cassell, E. H„ |r., A&S, 322 

Cassels, M. S., ENG, 322 

Castle, K. L,, ED, 153, 224, 322 

Castleberry, I T., |r„ B&l, 164, 322 

Castles, C P , B&l, 2% 

Castles, f C, |r., ENG, 284, 322 

Castles, H. D., ED, 154, 155, 222, 2% 

Castles, S. G. W., A&S, 2% 

Caswell, C W , A&S, 278, 322 

Catledge, I W., ENG, 253, 322 

Catledge, S. D , ED, 322 

Causey, I. W., |r., AG, 172 

Caver, C. L, FO, 254 

Caver, W. L., AG, 168, 277, 2% 

Cesare, |. G., ENG, 204 

Chadwick, T B , ENG, 322 

Chaffin, C W , B&l, 164 

Chailland, D L., B&l, 322 

Chambers, |. M., A&S, 177 

Chambers, L. D., A&S, 171 

Chambers, M. L , ED, 296 

Chamblee, C M , B&l, 322 

Chandler, A. H., B&l, 297 

Chandler, M. L. L, ED, 224, 322 

Chandler, W F., |r„ ENG, 322 

Chandler, W. M., B&l, 172, 281 

Chaney, |. L„ B&l, 297 

Chapatwala, K. D„ GR, 264, 267, 291, 

315 
Chapm, L. T , AG, 266, 279, 322 
Chapman, A. W„ ENG, 177, 233, 297 
Chapman, C. R., ED, 322 
Chapman, D. |., ED, 72, 82, 151 
Chapman, |. E., B&l, 172, 322 
Chapman, R. E., A&S, 177, 260 
Chapman, S A , ED, 153, 322 
Charles, D W,, B&l, 158 
Charlesworth, |. R., GR, 315 
Charlton, I. I., B&l, 218, 297 
Cheah, P., A&S, 322 
Chealander, H. B., ED, 88, 89, 222 
Chenualt, I W., ENG, 281 
Cheshire, E. T , B&l, 140, 162, 214, 240, 

245, 273, 322 
Childress, |. D , AG, 232, 322 
Childress, |. R , |r., FO, 322 
Chiniche, W. S., ENG, 281, 286, 297 
Chinn, D. B., ENG, 322 
Chipman, S. )., ED, 285, 322 
Chisholm, W. C, |r., A&S, 175, 207 
Chism, ). C, ED, 297 
Chism, |. B., ENG, 182, 322 
Choate, R. O., A&S, 322 
Choate, T. A., ED, 297 
Choudhry, M. S., GR, 315 
Chow, S. P., AG, 322 
Chrestman, A. G., AG, 322 
Christian, D. A., ED, 297 
Christian, G. W., ED, 322 
Clark, A. M., B&l, 322 
Clark, A. B., ED, 269, 322 
Clark, A. E., ED, 322 
Clark, C. S., ED, 269, 322 
Clark, D. D., A&S, 289, 322 
Clark, D. M., ED, 322 
Clark, |. A., ED, 145, 147, 197, 208, 246, 



297 
Clark, M. A., AG, 263, 297 
Clark, M. L., ENG, 241 
Clark, R. L , ED, 322 
Clark, W. G., AG, 297 
Clay, M. G., ENG, 162, 280, 297 
Clayborn, L. C , A&S, 322 
Clayborne, M. K., ED, 162 
Claypool, E. B., |r„ AG, 297 
Clayton, E. T., AG, 322 
Clayton, ), H., B&l, 177 
Clegg, C. I., ED, 153, 188, 195, 220, 297 
Clemence, L. A., A&S, 222 
Clements, A. M., A&S, 164, 214, 322 
Clements, |. P., Ill, B&l, 171 
Clemmons, W. L., AG, 323 
demons, S. M„ B&l, 282 
Cleveland, G. D., ENG, 222, 323 
Cleveland, H. A , A&S, 166, 222 
Clifton, |. F., AG, 323 
Clise, |. M„ B&l, 156 
Cloud, G. M., ENG, 284, 289, 323 
Clouse, D. E., ED, 297 
Clouse, |. R., ED, 323 
Cochran, B. |, ED, 323 
Cochran, D. A , ED, 323 
Cochran, D. E., ED, 151, 222 
Cochran, |. D., ENG, 198, 245, 323 
Cochran, S. L., AG, 323 
Cockerham, T G., AG, 160, 297 
Cockerhan, S. L , ED, 145, 323 
Coffey, D. H„ ENG, 297 
Coffill, B. R., ENG, 204, 205, 297 
Coggin, C. A , A&S, 206, 218, 219, 323 
Cohen, S. P., ED, 274, 323 
Coker, R. H., AG, 243, 297 
Coker, R. C, II, ENG, 262 
Cole, E S., Ill, B&l, 164, 323 
Cole, |. A., GR, 156 
Cole, |. L„ GR, 234 
Cole, |. S„ AG, 297 
Cole, |. D , GR, 233 
Cole, |. S., ENG, 209, 235, 249, 289, 323 
Coleman, C, A&S, 145, 199, 323 
Coleman, C R., B&l, 323 
Coleman, D. A., ED, 92, 145, 190, 195, 

297 
Coleman, D. E., ED, 224, 323 
Coleman, E. E., |r„ ED, 222 
Coleman, M. E., FO, 262, 323 
Coleman, R. C, B&l, 297 
Coleman, V. E., B&l, 162 
Collier, C J., ED, 297 
Collier, H. L„ A&S, 297 
Collier, R. A., B&l, 222 
Collier, S. A., ED, 297 
Collins, A. D K., AC, 263, 323 
Collins, D. N., ENG, 323 
Collins, E. E., ED, 323 
Collins, E. L., ED, 166, 323 
Collins, |. A., GR, 204, 315 
Collins, M K„ A&S, 323 
Collins, M. P., ED, 111 
Collins, P. R., B&l, 297 
Collum, W. R., ED, 224, 323 
Colston, E. K., ED, 323 
Comans, W G., A&S, 323 
Combs, B. R , B&l, 177 
Combs, R. L , III, FO, 323 
Comer, S. L., ENG, 323 
Commiskey, H. A., |r., A&S, 297 
Conaway, E, R., A&S, 323 
Conlee, C. W., Ill, ED, 225, 274 
Conley, B. M., B&l, 297 
Conley, N L., A&S, 202, 297 
Conley, S. Jr., ENG, 323 
Conn, F. |„ ED, 145, 297 
Conn, H. E., ENG, 323 
Conn, R. A., ED, 145 
Conn, R. A., A&S, 172, 323 
Connell, C M„ ENG, 205 
Connell, M. G., ENG, 238 
Conner, D., B&l, 323 
Conner, D. K., A&S, 143, 323 
Conner, |. A., ED, 149, 323 
Conrad, |. A., ED, 91 
Conrad, T. )., AG, 256 
Converse, M., AG, 149, 256, 263 
Converse, R. E., A&S, 323 
Conwill, R. B., ED, 297 
Cook, B. A., B&l, 143 
Cook, D. A., ED, 323 
Cook, D. B., FO, 179, 323 
Cook, H. E., A&S, 147, 216, 220, 224, 

323 
Cook, K. L., GR, 315 
Cook, M. G., A&S, 323 
Cook, R. C, AG, 266, 323 
Cooley, D. P., ED, 323 
Coombs, I. T., B&l, 323 



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Cooper, B K . B&l, 323 

Cooper, B. N., ED, 297 

Cooper, C. S., ENC, 323 

Cooper, G D , A&S, 323 

Cooper, H VV\, |r., B&l, 177 

Corbilt, P. K., ED, 141, 143, 191, 195, 

197, 297 
Corlew, M T., B&l, 158 
Corley, |. F„ ED, 265 
Cornelius, M. A., ED. 224, 323 
Cornelius, R. H., AC, 256 
Cornwell, D. A., B&l, 202, 214, 220, 

240, 260, 297 
Corprew, |. C, CR, 315 
Coskrey, I. A., AC, 323 
Costa, I R., ENC, 323 
Coslilow, W. T., Ill, ENC, 171, 209, 

235, 297 
Cottom, W. T , |r., B&l, 168, 323 
Cotton, B. A., ED, 323 
Cotton, B I , ED, 229, 323 
Cotton, D. L„ ENC, 233, 323 
Coulon, E I., |r.. AC, 266 
Cournoyer, L. J., ED, 323 
Courvllle, T. R., ED, 272, 323 
Coutoumanos, M. E., A&S, 323 
Covert, L V., Ill, ENC, 323 
Covington, B. C, B&l, 147, 323 
Covington, C. L, A&S, 66, 67, 145, 199, 

323 
Covington, S. D., B&l, 297 
Coward, I. E„ B&l, 323 
Coward, S. A., ED, 323 
Cox, A. M., ED, 222, 323 
Cox, B. D., AC, 263, 323 
Cox, B. D„ ED, 297 
Cox, | F., B&l, 297 
Cox, L. I., ED, 145 
Cox, R. E., ED, 323 
Cox, S. P., ED, 297 
Cox, T. W., B&l, 177, 240, 252, 323 
Cox, W W , AG, 323 
Crabtree, I B , |r„ ENG, 182, 323 
Craft, A B. C, ED, 297 
Craft, M. L , GR, 186, 195, 197, 220 
Crafton, B N„ ED, 297 
Craig, I. M., B&l, 222 
Craig, S. D , B&l, 162, 260 
Cram, D. A., AG, 177 
Crain, O. D., A&S, 166, 323 
Cram, T„ |r„ A&S, 177 
Cranford, C H , ED, 323 
Crawford, I. W., Ill, AG. 162, 323 
Crawford, R. V„ AG, 166 
Crawford, S. W., |r., ED, 297 
Crawford, W, M„ ED, 179, 323 
Crawford, W. M., AG, 246 
Crawley, ]. R., B&l, 297 
Craycraft, E. M., A&S, 285, 297 
Crechale, P. I., B&l, 171 
Crecink, |. C, A&S, 179 
Crecink, R. M„ A&S, 323 
Crecink, W. M., A&S, 278, 323 
Credille, R. )., ED, 323 
Creekmore, B G., B&l, 323 
Creel, B. G., B&l, 323 
Cribbs, R. S., A&S, 323 
Crick, W. F, GR, 315 

Crigler, L L., AG, 166, 323 

Crites, K. D., AC, 158 

Crocker, |. D., FO, 181, 323 

Crocker, K. V., ED, 149, 323 

Crockett, |. R., CR, 315 

Croft, C. |., B&l, 323 

Crone, ) S , CR, 233 

Crosby, B. R., B&l, 297 

Crosby, ]. R„ CR, 315 

Crosby, |. W., Ill, A&S, 281 

Crosby, R. M., A&S, 147, 197, 297 

Crosby, S. S., FO, 323 

Croswell, R. C, A&S, 111, 114, 192 

Crowder, D. M., B&l, 252, 297 

Crowder, L C , ED, 323 

Crowder, M. |, A&S, 323 

Crowe, B. W., B&l, 323 

Crowell, D. K„ ED, 323 

Crowson, B. | , A&S, 268 

Crudup, D. A., A&S, 323 

Crumbley, L S., B&l, 172 

Crumby, |. C, ED, 323 

Crumby, M. C, ED, 151, 224 

Crump, W. B., Ill, B&l, 156 

Crumpton, B. )., ED, 323 

Crumpton, F. H., A&S, 218, 297 

Cruse, D. H., ED, 177 

Cuicchi, M. L, B&l, 323 

Cuicchi, R. A., A&S, 323 

Culbertson, R. |, B&l, 219 

Cullen, G. M., |r„ B&l, 179 

Culotta, |. T., GR, 277 



Culpepper, C. S., ED, 297 
Culpepper, R D, ED, 153 
Cumbaa, C. T\, ENC, 172 
Cumberland, I K , FO, 323 
Cumbest, M R., ED, 297 
Cummmgs. C I., ED, 297 
Cummings, P. S., ED, 297 
Cummins, K. A., ED, 323 
Cummins, W. C, B&l, 215 
Cunningham, C, A&S, 147, 323 
Curlee, N. M,, A&S, 162 
Curry, |. K„ A&S, 179, 297 
Curtis, B. B., |r., B&l, 166 
Curtis, C. A., Ill, ENC, 166, 253 
Curtis, D H , A&S, 323 
Curtis, R. E., A&S, 153, 323 
Curtis, S. L„ A&S, 166, 198, 323 
Curtis, W. M., |r., A&S, 323 
Cutrer, C E„ ED, 151 
Cutshall, G W., |r , B&l, 297 
Czerwinski, P. A., ENG, 324 



Dabbs, D N , ED, 202, 298, 324 

Dabbs, M. D . A&S 

Dacus, I F , ENC, 324 

Daffin, C. H., II, ENC, 324 

Daily, D. C, FO, 162, 273 

Daily, L M., GR, 228, 268 

Dale, |, S., Ill, B&l, 171, 324 

Dale, K. L, A&S, 143 

Dale, R. C , ENG, 324 

Dalton, I L, A&S, 298 

Dalton, R E , II, AG, 298 

Daly, I. D„ GR, 315 

Daly, M. E , A&S, 324 

Damere, W I , B&l, 166 

Dameier, D. A,, B&l, 164 

Dangoff, I. A., A&S, 324 

Dangoffer, B. |., ED, 324 

Daniel. B H., ED. 149, 324 

Daniel, ). N., ED, 224, 298 

Daniel, S, C , FO, 181 

Daniels, B. )., A&S, 324 

Daniels, I D , ED, 298 

Danner, H. C, |r., ENG, 172, 324 

Danner, I N„ A&S, 324 

Darden, D., ED, 228, 229, 298 

Dardin, D. R , AG, 266 

Darnell, I. E., ENC, 298 

Darnell, L. L., ED, 298 

Darnell, T. F., B&l, 162, 212, 213, 240, 

260 
Darnell, W. D , |r., AG, 160 
Darwin, S. F , Jr., ENG, 164, 324 
Davenport, N, L,, B&l, 324 
Daves, H A., AC, 263, 298 
Daves, M. C, B&l, 324 



Davis, 


B 


)., 


ED, 324 


Davis, 


B 


E., 


ENC, 324 


Davis, 


B. 


M 


, AC, 175 


Davis, 


C. 


L., 


ED, 298 


Davis, 


C. 


D 


, AC, 156 


Davis, 


D 


, ED, 228, 324 


Davis, 


F. 


W 


, ED, 208, 246, 324 


Davis, 


C 


D 


, ENC, 175 


Davis, 


H 


B 


A&S, 289, 324 


Davis, 


1. 


L-, 


|r, AG, 177, 266, 324 


Davis, 


1. 


c, 


)r., ENG, 168, 198, 324 


Davis, 


1. 


E., 


ED, 324 


Davis, 


1. 


B, 


B&l, 298, 324 


Davis, 


J. 


B., 


A&S, 164 


Davis, 


1, 


A&S, 324 


Davis, 


1. 


E-, 


B&l, 324 


Davis, 


L. 


L., 


B&l, 298 


Davis, 


L. 


A&S, 324 


Davis, 


L. 


s., 


ED, 324 


Davis, 


M 


. A 


., A&S, 147, 324 


Davis, 


M 


. H 


., ED, 147, 324 


Davis, 


M 


. C 


., ENC, 158 


Davis, 


M 


. c 


., FO, 324 


Davis 


O 


H 


., Jr., ENG, 324 


Davis 


R 


E. 


A&S, 278 


Davis 


R 


E. 


ENG, 324 


Davis 


R 


w 


., |r., B&l, 298 


Davis 


S. 


G. 


, ED, 324 


Davis 


S. 


L., 


ED, 141, 145, 269, 270 


Davis 


S. 


M 


, A&S, 143, 202, 324 


Davis 


s. 


L. 


M., ED, 298 


Davis 


S. 


C. 


A&S, 324 


Davis 


S. 


R 


ENG, 324 


Davis 


W. | 


, Jr., ENG, 324 


Davis 


W. L 


, ED, 298 


Dawsey, 


D. 


A., ED, 247, 324 


Dawsey, 


1. 


V., Ill, ENG, 145, 171, 204 


208 


241, 


298 


Day, B. I 


., A&S, 324 


Day, 


. c 


, AG, 298 


Day, M. 


C, 


A&S, 227, 324 



Deal, D W , ENC, 298 

Dean, B. W., ENG, 324 

Dean, C C , Jr., B&l, 175 

Dean, I W„ AC, 224 

Dean, P., B&l, 151, 224, 324 

Deangelo, M. L , FO, 324 

Dear, W. L. ENG, 171, 324 

Dearing, F M B , ED, 265 

Dearing, I I , A&S, 246 

Dedeaux, E. K ENG, 324 

Dedeaux, W N,, ED, 206 

Deen, S E , B&l, 151, 324 

Defries, B. S., ED, 324 

Delashmet, E D , B&l, 164 

Delashmet, T L, III, B&l, 324 

Delk, |. E., ENC, 324 

Dellenger, W B., ENG, 298 

Deloach, D. N., A&S, 145, 324 

Delouche, K. C, A&S, 149, 324 

Demeranville, M I , Jr., A&S, 182, 324 

Demuth, L, I., AG, 168, 253, 256, 298 

Demuth, R. S., AG, 168 

Dendy, T. L., ENG, 324 

Denham, E. F , ED, 224, 324 

Denison, D E , GR, 315 

Denman, Betty, ED, 147, 236, 237, 298 

Denman, R. A., ENG, 298 

Denson, A H , ENG, 324 

Denson, B , ED, 324 

Dent, B. L., AG, 82, 147 

Dent, T S., Jr., B&l, 162, 298 

Derden, M. E„ B&l, 271, 324 

Desai, D B , GR, 315 

Desai, P. B„ ENG, 324 

Deshler, C. H„ B&l, 324 

Desiderio, E. A., ED, 153 

Devaughn, D. T., A&S, 154 

Devaughn, G. H , ENG, 154 

Devine, |. |., Jr., ENG, 324 

Dew, B R.. B&l. 256 

Deweese, R. G , A&S, 324 

Dhanani, T. M , GR. 264, 315 

Dhanyadee, P., GR, 267, 315 

Dhindsa, |. S., GR, 315 

Dickens, D F , |r , FO, 324 

Dickey, G L , B&l, 298 

Dickey, P. I , ED, 324 

Dicks, |. M., ENG, 239, 281, 298 

Dickson, T. E., A&S, 282, 283 

Didlake, |. E„ |r , ENG, 274, 324 

Dier, |. B , A&S, 324 

Dier, R |„ A&S, 222, 224, 324 

Dietz, |. L„ |r„ ED, 265, 324 

Diez, R. M., ENC, 324 

Dibgy, G. W.. ED, 324 

Digby, K A. C , ED, 298 

Digby, O A D., ED, 324 

Dill, E., ED, 298 

Dillard, L. W„ A&S, 324 

Dillon, R. E , A&S, 324 

Dmkelacker, R. W., ENG, 298 

Dischino, M. A., B&l, 324 

Dixon. I L, A&S, 274, 324 

Dixon, I. R , AC, 256 

Dixon, M I , |r . ED, 265, 324 

Dobson, S. D., ENC, 324 

Doby, C L., |r , ENG, 324 

Dockery, D. T,, III, A&S, 298 

Dockery, G., ED, 143, 253 

Dockery, |. F., B&l, 324 

Dockery, I G„ A&S, 179, 214, 298 

Dodds, T. E., ED, 298 

Dodson, D. M., A&S, 324 

Doggett, R R., ED, 269, 272, 298 

Doggett, S C , AC, 277, 298 

Donahue, H. )., AC, 156 

Donald, D. B., A&S, 177, 187, 195, 298 

Donald, H H , ENG, 209, 233, 234, 235, 

249, 324 
Donald, M. P., ED, 153, 222, 324 
Donnaway, I R., |r,, ENG, 182, 324 
Donohoe, S. A,, B&l, 324 
Doolittle. I. N., ED, 149 
Dorman, T. C., ENG, 238, 324 
Dornan, D. C, |r, A&S, 177 
Dorr, C. A,, ED, 147, 324 
Dorrill, E. E., Ill, AC, 266, 298 
Doss, I R , AG, 160, 242, 243, 256, 298 
Dotson, K. M., ED, 145, 222, 247, 324 
Dotson, L. M., ED, 324 
Dotter, D. H., CR, 315, 252 
Dottory, R E , ENG, 228, 268, 324 
Doucet, H. J., B&l, 177, 324 
Douglas, G T , B&l, 164, 240, 245, 273, 

324 
Dow, |. W., II, B&l, 246 
Dow, R. S., ENC, 234 
Dowdle, D L , B&l, 206, 218, 226, 253, 

298 
Dowdle. H, A., A&S, 324 



Dowdle, S M , |r , FO, 324 
Downing, P E., AC, 266, 298 
Dowsing, F D , |r , A&S, 94, 192, 1%, 

207, 278, 325 
Drake, D K , AC, 325 
Draper, S. O, A&S, 151, 199, 206, 270, 

325, 378 
Draughon, M T , AG, 149 
Drees, W H , B&l, 325 
Dreher, D, L., ED, 325 
Drennan, T E„ A&S, 145 
Dreyfus, H. S„ B&l, 214, 298 
Drummonds, C C, ED, 151 
Dryden, S M„ B&l, 177 
Duffeebraun, L V,, ED, 298 
Dugan, C D H , ED, 325 
Dugan, I L , |r,, ENG, 209, 235, 325 
Dugan, L. C , |r , B&l, 325 
Duke, D. T., B&l, 252 
Duke, M. W., ED, 325 
Duke, P. S , B&l, 325 
Duke, R. E„ ED, 298 
Dulaney, |. D., B&l, 276 
Dulaney, I L., ED, 298 
Dulaney, K T D , ED, 298 
Dulaney, T. L., AG, 140, 158 
Dumas, B A , ED, 325 
Duncan, C, B&l, 228, 281, 325 
Duncan, I L , |r , AG, 325 
Dunn, C H., ENG, 325 
Dunn, C S„ ED, 325 
Dunn, D B, III, B&l, 325 
Dunning, S T , B&l, 325 
Duplain, M. L., ED, 145, 197, 217, 247, 

268, 325 
Duren, B K., ED, 298 
Durst, D. O., A&S, 164 
Durst, W O., A&S, 164 
Duvall, A. L , A&S, 298 
Dye, D. L , |r ., ENC, 282, 325 
Dyer, D. K., A&S, 325 
Dyer, R. W., |r., B&l, 209, 235, 325 
Dykes, M. R„ B&l, 172 



Eakes, S. N„ ED, 298 

Earhart, C, L., ED, 83, 325 

Earnheart, A. T., |r., AG, 168, 215, 232, 

242 
Earnheart, |. D., ENG, 325 
Earnheart, R W., AC, 168, 232, 325 
Earwood, D R , ED, 325 
Easley, B |. C, ED, 298 
Easley, C. V., ED, 199, 272, 325 
Easley, |. D„ ENG, 325 
Easley, S. K., B&l, 298 
East, |. T„ ENG, 325 
Easter, H. F , AG, 266 
Easterling, M. S., A&S, 234 
Easterly, ). W , AC, 246 
Eaton, |. M„ A&S, 298 
Eaves, C W , AC. 260, 325 
Eaves, D. M., ED, 325 
Eaves, T H , AG, 243, 266, 325 
Eccles, D. |„ ENG, 325 
Eckler, S, C , AC, 325 
Eddleman, N A , AC. 263, 325, 143 
Eddleman, R. A., ED, 222 
Edens, R. |„ ENG, 222 
Edge, A M , ED, 251 
Edmonds, B. L. C, ED, 325 
Edmonson, N. O, |r., B&l, 252, 325 
Edwards, F M., GR, 315 
Edwards, I S., AG, 242, 243, 260, 325 
Edwards, |. C, ED, 299 
Edwards, L A , B&l, 252, 299 
Edwards, M L., A&S, 149, 325 
Edwards, M. L., ED, 246, 325 
Edwards, M F., A&S, 239, 289, 299 
Edwards, R. G., ED, 147, 325 
Edwards, S F., ED, 325 
Edwards, S. M., AG, 168, 242, 253 
Ehret, N, A , ED, 151, 197, 236, 299 
Ehret, S M , ED, 151, 263, 325 
Eisel, I M C, AG, 263, 299 
Eiserloh, |, S,, GR, 315 
Elam, W. D„ ENC, 155 
Elam, W. T., A&S, 154 
Eldndge, C C, GR, 315 
Elkin, G. F , ED, 147, 236, 325 
Elkin, S. D„ ED, 325 
Ellington, B, L„ AG, 325 
Ellington, I L , ED, 166 
Elliott, F. I., ENG, 284, 299 
Elliott, |. M„ B&l, 220, 299 
Elliott, |. N„ B&l, 325 
Elliott, M. I , ED, 151, 325 
Elliott, R. M., AG, 279 
Ellis, B G., ED, 325 



Ellis, C L , A&S, 325 

Ellis, C. A., ED, 143 

Ellis, C , ED, 153 

Ellis, D. B , A&S, 325 

Ellis, H L., B&l, 172 

Ellis, I. E , AC, 325 

Ellis, |„ ED, 151 

Ellis, |. O, B&l, 166 

Ellis, N W , ED, 151 

Ellis, P, I., B&l, 162 

Ellis, R G„ ED, 140 

Ely, R. M., ED, 299 

Emerich, D W , A&S, 158, 325 

Emrick, F. C, A&S, 207, 299 

Emerick, M A S , AG, 299 

Emrick, S. R„ A&S, 199, 325 

England, C D, GR, 277 

Engle, P. E., Ill, B&l, 172, 220 

Engle, W )., ENG, 299 

Epperson, K. L , B&l, 149, 325 

Enckson, L. W., AG, 162 

Erickson, I B , B&l, 289, 299 

Ervm, T O, A&S, 228, 291, 325 

Erwm, C E., |r , B&l, 177, 299 

Erwin, D L. C, B&l, 325 

Essary, C. L , ED, 325 

Estess, C P, B&l, 158 

Eubanks, C A, B&l, 325 

Eubanks, C I , A&S, 228, 291, 325 

Evans, D„ A&S, 325 

Evans, F. A., ED, 325 

Evans, |. T., ED, 325 

Evans, I T , III, A&S, 175, 245 

Evans, O A., A&S, 151, 275 

Evans, W. O, ENG, 325 

Evans, W F , ED, 222, 224, 274 

Everett, A. S., ED, 325 

Everett, B., B&l, 271, 325 

Everett, C. )., B&l, 325 

Everett, C A , ED, 143, 325 

Everett, M. L., A&S, 325 

Ewing, E C , III, ENG, 239, 299 

Ewmg, M. |., A&S, 325 

Eyrich, G. C, |r„ B&l, 299 

Ezell, E. S , ED, 269 

Ezell, L O., ENG, 202, 204, 299 

Ezell, V. A., A&S, 325 

Ezelle, B S„ ED, 299, 325 



Faggart, H. A , ED, 325 

Fain, T, |., A&S, 299 

Fairbank, S E , A&S, 147, 202, 325 

Fairley, L S., ED, 69, 72, 145, 299 

Fairley, M. Z , A&S, 222, 325 

Fallo, C. M., ENG, 282, 283 

Farish, R. W„ B&l, 299 

Farley, D. P , ED, 265, 325 

Farmer, L. E., GR, 315 

Farmer, N. E., ED, 325 

Farmer, N H,, B&l, 171 

Farr, G P, ED, 153, 325 

Farrar, M A ., ED, 325 

Farrell, M. A., ENG, 299 

Farrell, P |., ENG, 194, 299 

Farrell, R R , GR, 315 

Farris, M T., B&l, 299 

Farrish, D. K., A&S, 299 

Farrish, H. O, |r, AC, 245, 299 

Farrow, K. F , ED, 325 

Faucette, T. R., B&l, 177 

Faught, A, C , ED, 299 

Faught, C. M., |r„ B&l, 325 

Faust, B Q., A&S, 220 

Favreau, C. R.. ENG, 166, 245 

Favreau, L. E,, ENG, 325 

Feathers, M. I , ENG, 299 

Featherston, I D., B&l, 325 

Fellows, I. W,, B&l, 325 

Fergus, J. R., B&l, 175 

Ferguson, C R , AG, 299 

Ferguson, M, M., ED, 143 

Ferguson, R. )., B&l, 171, 240, 325 

Fernandez, E. R., Jr., B&l, 228, 325 

Ferree, R. F , FO, 162, 273, 325 

Ferrer, |. F., |r., B&l, 252, 299 

Fernss, D. M„ |r. A&S, 192, 194, 1%, 

213, 215, 260, 299 
Ferriss, M. E„ A&S, 299 
Fewel, T. W., A&S, 268 
Ficht, L H„ |r , GR, 315 
Fielder, P. ]., ED, 145, 275 
Files, R. L„ ED, 224 
Finley, P. A., B&l, 199, 325 
Fisher, D. P, B&l, 175 
Fisher, E. W., B&l, 325 
Fisher, I P , III, B&l, 140, 175, 260, 299 
Fisher, S. L . ED, 151, 325 
Flaccomio, L. R., ENG, 299 



359 



lagge, P. O , B&l, 244, 325 
lake, ). D., A&S, 325 
lake, N. A., ED, 325 
lake, N. K., A&S, 325 
lanagan, R. A., A&S, 278, 282, 325 
lanagan. S. L, FO, 177 
lanagan, T. M., Jr., A&S, 177 
lautt, R. B., ENC, 164 
leeman, S E , ED, 269, 325 
leeman, W E , III, AC, 325 
leming, A. )., ED, 151 
lemmg, E. R., A&S, 151 
leming, ). F. D., AC, 325 
letcher, M. F„ A&S, 151, 206, 226, 325, 
376 

lint, R. A., ED, 246, 272, 299 
lood, R. L., B&l, 162, 299 
lorence, T. A., |r., AC, 232, 242, 299 
lores, |. A., CR, 315 
loro, S. C, CR, 267, 315 
lowers, C. M., ED, 143, 224 
lowers, E. C, B&l, 325 
lowers, I. A., A&S, 147, 236, 326 
lowers, M. W., FO, 261 
lowers, W. T , B&l, 299 
loyd, A. M., ED, 326 
loyd, |. W., ED, 326 
loyd, K. R., B&l, 228, 299 
loyd, W. W., |r., ED, 269, 274, 299 
olden, D. V , ENC, 171, 326 
ondren, |, E., A&S, 224, 326 
ong, C. S., B&l, 326 
ontaine, M. F., AC, 147, 263, 299 
ontenot, V. A., ED, 326 
oot, P. A., ED, 326 
orbes, R. N., AG, 171, 326 
ord, C. H„ ENC, 326 
ord, |. L., AC, 262 
ord, I. A., A&S, 326 
ord, |. B , Jr., B&l, 289 
ord, R. C, B&l, 326 
ord, T, M., B&l, 299 
oresmarr, D. M., AC, 282 
ort, |. C, FO, 299 
orlenberry, A L , ED, 272 
ortner, M. V., B&l, 326 
ortner, W. D, II, 158, 326 
ortson, V. L., A&S, 149, 326 
oster, I. L., Ill, B&l, 164 
osier, |. B., Jr., ENC, 204, 299 
osier, | S., FO, 172, 326 
oster, ). W, Jr., FO, 261, 299 
oster, M. S., ED, 326 
oster, R. C, ENC, 241, 299 
oster, S. L, ENC, 326 
ounlain, E. M., ED, 326 
ountain, C. V., ENC, 326 
owler, B. W., AC, 326 
owler, I D , Jr., ED, 326 
owler, S. R , AC, 160, 243 
owlkes, P. L., A&S, 227, 326 
ox, D. |., B&l, 326 
ox, D. J., B&l, 224 
ox, |. F.. A&S, 229 
ox, S„ B&l, 236, 237, 153 
oxworth, R. K., ED, 272, 269, 299 
railey, I. E , ED, 265 
raiser, R H., Jr., B&l, 171 
raley, M. R., A&S, 149, 326 
ranck, |. C, ENG, 244, 326 
ranco, A., A&S, 326 
rankel, K. )., A&S, 147, 326 
ranks, I. R., ENC, 299 
raster, B. D., FO, 326 
ratesi, B. O, ED, 145, 299 
ratesi, V. H., B&l, 326 
ratesi, M. A., B&l, 271, 281, 326 
reeman, A. M., Jr., B&l, 299 
reeman, C G , ED, 168, 224, 225, 326 
reeman, H. J., |r., B&l, 166 
reeman, M. D., Ill, B&l, 222, 299 
reeman, N. M., B&l, 326 
reeman, R. I., B&l, 326 
reeman, S. D., A&S, 285, 326 
riend, T. J., ED, 147, 299 
riery, R. N., GR, 316 
rits, A. P., B&l, 326 
ulgham, |. B., ENG, 156 
ulgham. | K., ED, 151 
ulgham, P. C, ED, 151 
uller, E. C., A&S, 145, 326 
uller, | C., ENC, 287, 299 
uller, R. E., B&l, 326 
ulton, A. F., ED, 326 
ulton, H. R , AC, 242, 262 
ulton, K. S., A&S, 234, 326 
ulton, L. C, ED, 265, 300 
ulton, S. L., A&S, 149 
ulton, T. L, ENC, 326 
ulton, T. )., A&S, 326 



Fults, W, E„ A&S, 251, 326 
Fultz, L. M., ED, 275 
Funderburk, D. R., ENG, 182, 326 
Furr, |. E., III. B&l. 168, 326 
Furr, K. Y., A&S, 147 
Futch, G. A., FO, 166 
Futch, L. O , AC, 140, 166 
Futrell, E. L, A&S, 154 
Fyke, M C , A&S, 326 



Caddis, D E., AC, 168 

Caddis, E. M., Jr., A&S, 326 

Gaillard, T. O , ED, 300 

Gaines, I R , A&S, 158, 326 

Galbreath, D , AG, 326 

Callina, I. D., AC, 300 

Gallion, M. L., B&l, 172 

Gallman, N. R. L., A&S, 224 

Gallman, T. B., ED, 272 

Galloway, I C, |r. A&S, 326 

Gambrell, D R., B&l, 300 

Gammill, W. )., ENC, 326 

Gammon, D. T., GR, 222, 246, 274, 316 

Gandy, L. B., AG, 279 

Ganus, H. J., AG, 326 

Carbo, W. AC, 242 

Garbo, W., |r., ENG, 300 

Gardner/). D , Jr., B&l, 171 

Gardner, N. C, ED, 326 

Gardner, P. K., AG, 326 

Gardner, R. E., AG, 279, 300 

Garner, B. N., ED, 300 

Garner, |, O , Jr., GR, 316 

Garrard, ). K., B&l, 281, 300 

Garrard, P. R., B&l, 326 

Garrard, W G , B&l, 300 

Garretson, G , ENG, 286, 287 

Garretson, H. F„ III, ENG, 241, 326 

Garretson, V. G., ENG, 326 

Garrett, D. )., ENG, 326 

Garriga, D. )., B&l, 172 

Garrison, D. E , A&S, 175 

Garrison, ). L., AG, 277 

Cassaway, A. R. T., GR, 269 

Gaston, S. W., B&l, 300 

Gates, L. C, ED, 300 

Gatewood, |. )., |r., A&S, 326 

Gatlin, L. D , Jr., B&l, 244 

Catlin, T W., ENG, 284 

Gavin, M. P., B&l, 326 

Gay, M E, C, A&S, 300 

Gay, W R., B&l, 300 

Gayaut, G. A., ENG, 271 

Gearhiser, W. H., CR, 222, 316 

Gebremedhin, H., GR, 261, 267 

Geer, J R., B&l, 300 

Gelman, S. R., ENC, 326 

Celston, T., A&S, 326 

Gelvin.M. K., ED, 143 

Geno, G. S., A&S, 278, 326 

Gentry, C. T„ B&l, 168 

Gentry, M. E., A&S, 168, 214, 218, 326 

Geoghegan, M F , ED, 269, 326 

George, A. P., ED, 326 

George, D R., A&S, 177 

George, E. A., ED, 326 

George, IF., ENC, 218, 227, 241, 300 

George, ). S., ENG, 326 

George, W, M., A&S, 246 

Geotes, ). W , ENC, 172, 326 

Gerache, I M., ED, 151, 300 

Germany, L E ., CR, 316 

Germany, M. A., ED, 153, 216 

Gernert, E. M., A&S, 326 

Getwan, N. F., A&S, 326 

Gibens, T. R , ENG, 177 

Gibson, A. N , A&S, 300 

Gibson, B. D., ED, 300 

Gibson, C. A., FO, 160, 261, 300 

Gibson, G. D, B&l, 172 

Gibson, G. E., A&S, 326 

Gibson, H G , B&l, 300 

Gibson, L. K., ED, 326 

Gibson, M A , ED, 326 

Gibson, M. L., ED, 300 

Gibson, T. R., B&l, 326 

Giffin, M. A., A&S, 151,326 

Gilbert, B. D., A&S, 326 

Gilbert, ). A., B&l, 156 

Gilbert, R. E., ENG, 300 

Gilbert, T. )., ENG, 206, 287, 326 

Giles, R. C., A&S, 326 

Gill, I R., AG, 326 

Gillentine, E. C, ED, 326 

Gilliam, L. A., ED, 326 

Gilliland, K. L, A&S, 300 

Gillon, P. H., AC, 326 

Cilbreath, V. L, ED, 300 



Givens, E. A., A&S, 153, 222 

Givens, W., ED, 326 

Gladney, T. M., ENC, 171 

Clasco, T. M., AG, 171 

Click, K, D., A&S, 151, 247, 275 

Glidewell, B. P., GR, 316 

Clidewell, R. D„ GR, 316 

Clisson, M G , AG, 147, 326 

Gloppe, E. T., ENG. 326 

Glover, I T., A&S, 326 

Clover, L R , ENG, 326 

Cober, H. D„ B&l, 156, 300 

Goble, |. E., B&l, 177, 252 

Godbold, I B„ A&S, 326 

Godbold, L A , B&l, 326 

Godwin, A. E., B&l, 175, 245 

Godwin, C F , B&l, 326 

Coetzmann, |. B., A&S, 326 

Coforth, E M., ED, 326 

Coggans, S. L., ED, 326 

Gold, H. A., A&S, 177 

Golding, S D., B&l, 177, 300 

Good, S. B., B&l, 151, 199, 275, 326 

Goode, V. M., A&S, 300 

Goodin, W. H., GR, 191, 192, 195, 1%, 

278 
Goodman, L A., B&l, 271, 300 
Goodwin, C L., GR, 222 
Goolsby, E. B., AG, 300 
Goolsby, P. V , ED, 300 
Gordon, C. E., B&l, 162, 326 
Gordon, C. M., B&l, 300 
Cordon, D A., A&S, 326 
Gordon, K. E., B&l, 77, 141, 147, 190, 

195, 197, 300, 379 
Cordon, O. L., A&S, 326 
Cordon, R. M., ED, 300 
Gordon, S. L., FO, 261 
Gordon, S. B., A&S, 164, 164, 326 
Gordon, W. B., AC, 160, 232, 243 
Gorman, M. B., ED, 282 
Goshorn, M. N., ED, 147 
Coussel, ). M., A&S, 327 
Coza, R D , B&l, 300 
Grace, C. W , AG, 160, 230, 327 
Grace, |, W., AG, 160, 187, 192, 196, 

1%, 230, 232, 242, 300 
Grafton, ). A., A&l, 281, 327 
Graham, B. I , ED, 300 
Graham, C B., AC, 168 
Graham, H T., ED, 269 
Graham, R. D., ENG, 256, 327 
Graham, R. S., AG, 160, 230, 242, 300 
Grant, M. E., AG, 153, 327 
Grantham, j. A., ED, 153, 327 
Grantham, S. D., B&l, 327 
Grantier, ). L, A&S, 327 
Crau, K. I , AC, 327 
Craves, C. E., B&l, 143, 197, 300 
Craves, D. L., A&S, 327 
Graves, L. H., GR, 316 
Graves, R E„ A&S, 327 
Graves, R. C, FO, 327 
Craves, R. E„ ED, 218, 327 
Gravlee, R L, A&S, 151, 300 
Cray, S W., B&l, 156 
Gray, W. W., B&l, 156 
Grayson, B C., ED, 151 
Greco, I. A„ AG, 172 
Green, A. )., GR, 316 
Green, B. E , ENG, 238 
Green, C. N., AC, 149, 224, 327 
Green, D. C., ED, 145, 327 
Green, D. R , ED, 327 
Green, H. F„ B&l, 177 
Green, | E, ENC, 172, 245, 327 
Green, |. O., A&S, 278, 327 
Green, I. F , B&l, 271, 289, 327 
Green, M. L., A&S, 220, 327 
Green, N. E., ED, 222, 327 
Green, W. H., AG, 222 
Greene, G. )., ED, 327 
Greene, L D , ED, 300 
Greene, M. )., B&l, 327 
Greenleaf, G A., ED, 145, 275 
Greenlee, B. L„ B&l, 171, 327 
Greer, C. F., ED, 327 
Greer, G. F., AG, 175 
Greer, S. C., B&l, 271, 327 
Greeg, L. W„ B&l, 327 
Gregory, R H., AG, 177, 260 
Gregory, R. H , AG, 177, 260 
Gregory, T. L., A&S, 182, 327 
Gregory, W. H., AG, 177 
Gremillion, ). W., ED, 327 
Grier, R. D., B&l, 281, 300 
Griffin, A. E., ED, 147, 269, 327 
Griffin, C. B., B&l, 281 
Griffin, E. )., ENG, 300 
Griffin, |. R., ED, 327 



Griffin, |. O, B&l, 300 
Griffin, ). W., AG, 230 
Griffin, L. G., B&l, 172, 327 
Griffith, H. L., ENC, 300 
Griffith, L. H., ED, 238, 254 
Griffith, W. |., A&S, 239 
Crigsby, R. D., B&l, 166 
Grisham, R L, ED, 327 
Grobmyer, L R., ENG, 327 
Crosinske, G D , B&l, 327 
Grother, D C, GR, 316 
Crover, V. K., GR, 316 
Grubbs, M. L, B&l, 88, 91 
Guerry, S. E., ED, 272, 300 
Guess, M. I , AC, 147, 327 
Guest, ). K., AG, 143 
Cuice, S. L., II, A&S, 181 
Guido, DA, AG, 166 
Guillen, A. F., AG, 300 
Guillen, H. C, AG, 327 
Guin, L D., GR, 316 
Gullett, W. L., B&l, 171, 327 
Gullick, S S., ED, 300 
Cunn, B., A&S, 268, 327 
Gunn, K A , ED, 327 
Gunn, T. C, ED, 162, 327 
Cunter, B. R., A&S, 149, 327 
Gunter, C. P., CR, 316 
Cunter, M. A., A&S, 269, 300 
Gunter, T, A., B&l, 271, 327 
Gupte, A. K , CR, 316 
Guravich, D. M., A&S, 282 
Gurley, W. H., ENG, 300 
Guthrie, M. T., ED, 300 
Guynes, |. M., ED, 216 
Guyton, L. L., ED, 327 
Gwin, E H., B&l, 143 
Cwm, F. W., B&l, 172, 300 

H 

Haag, G. W„ B&l, 327 

Haag, H A , ED, 300 

Haase, L. A., CR, 316 

Haddad, O, ENG, 300 

Hagan, C. I , FO, 208, 246, 261 

Hagan, D. E. B&l, 327 

Hagans, A. D., A&S, 327 

Haggerty, M. I., AC, 327 

Hahn, C. C, AG, 244 

Hailey, C. D., AG, 327 

Haines, C. G., A&S, 327 

Hairston, C, AG, 147, 327 

Hairston, G. H., Ill, A&S, 162 

Hale, A. B., ENG, 171 

Hale, B E., ED, 327 

Hale, D. L„ ED, 327 

Hale, R. L., |r , FO, 327 

Hales, C. B., |r„ ENC, 182, 327 

Hales, T. E., ENG, 327 

Halford, D. L., A&S, 289 

Halford, D. M., A&S, 289 

Halford, W. T., |r., B&l, 168, 276, 327 

Hall, B. K , ED, 327 

Hall, B. L., A&S, 199, 327 

Hall, C. A., A&S, 327 

Hall, M. A., A&S, 145 

Hall, N. E., ED, 300 

Hall, P. L„ A&S, 327 

Hall, T. V., A&S, 327 

Hall, W. R„ ENC, 220 

Hallmark, D A., A&S, 327 

Ham, R. K., ENC, 241, 327 

Hamblin, S. K., ED, 301 

Hamby, C. C, III, ENC, 204, 241 

Hamer, |. L., CR, 261 

Hamill, B. A., B&l, 327 

Hamilton, C. M., A&S, 327 

Hamilton, |. R., A&S, 208, 246 

Hamilton, ). B., ENC, 241, 327 

Hamilton, ). L, ED, 327 

Hamilton, I. S., |r„ ENG, 327 

Hamilton, I. C, ED, 327 

Hamilton, R. E., ED, 244 

Hamilton, W. T., ED, 327 

Hamlin, J. E., ENG, 246 

Hamm, K. D., ED, 327 

Hammack, | C, ENG, 233, 272, 301 

Hammermeister, K., ED, 222, 327 

Hammett, V. C., A&S, 301 

Hammond, T. M., ED, 222 

Hammons, |. L., ED, 222, 327 

Hampton, B. K., ENC, 238, 327 

Hampton, D. L., A&S, 327 

Hampton, ) D., B&l, 327 

Hancken, H. F., A&S, 254, 268, 327 

Hand, I. L., B&l, 172 

Hand, K M., B&l, 147 

Hand, M. S., AC, 151, 327 

Handy, C. B , ED, 327 



Handy, D. S., AC, 143, 187, 195, 197, 

310 
Haney, |. R., ED, 327 
Hankins, W. B., ENG, 301 
Hansen, C. E., AC, 143 
Hansen, M. )., ED, 143 
Hansford, I. C, ED, 327 
Hanson, S. B., ED, 224, 327 
Harbor, R. D., GR, 316 
Harbour, M. W., B&l, 327 
Harden, M. |„ ED, 301 
Harden, V. M , B&l, 149, 301 
Hardin', C. F., ENC, 327 
Hardison, S. I„ A&S, 327 
Hardwick, F. A., ED, 327 
Hardy, M. C, B&l, 158 
Hardy, S. G., B&l, 151, 272, 275, 327 
Hardy, T. W., |r., B&l, 175 
Hargrave, R. S., B&l, 327 
Harkins, M. H., |r., ENC, 327 
Harkins, W. M., B&l, 327 
Harlan, L. H., B&l, 245, 253, 301 
Harmon, M. T., ENG, 233, 327 
Harmon, S. E., ED, 272, 327 
Harmond, I S., B&l, 252, 327 
Harmount, C. L., A&S, 145, 247, 268, 

327 
Harmount, |. M., A&S, 301 
Harnan, M., GR, 261 
Harned, H. R , AG, 143, 263, 327 
Harper, |. T., ENG, 327 
Harper, |. C., A&S, 251, 327 
Harrell, ). L., ED, 301 
Harrell, R. M., ED, 228, 272, 301 
Harrelson, M. D., A&S, 224, 327 
Harris, A A , A&S, 328 
Harris, C. E., ED, 328 
Harris, C. R , ENC, 301 
Harris, C. A., GR, 204, 287, 316 
Harris, D. K., ED, 328 
Harris, E. H., ED, 145, 275, 328 
Harris, G. S„ III, ED, 235, 328 
Harris, H. E., B&l, 93, 177 
Harris, I. M„ B&l, 175 
Harris, I. E., ENG, 179 
Harris, I. N., A&S, 328 
Harris, J. C, AG, 243 
Harris, K. A., B&l, 328 
Harris, M. A., ED, 301 
Harris, M. F., B&l, 162 
Harris, M. )., ENG, 328 
Harris, P. W., Jr., AC, 328 
Harris, R. A., AC, 214 
Harris, R. T., AC, 175, 301 
Harris, S. E., ED, 301 
Harris, S. H., A&S, 164, 328 
Harris, S. I. .AG, 149, 206, 214, 218, 263, 

301 
Harris, S., ED, 301 
Harris, T. C, ENG, 301 
Harris, W. H„ Jr., A&S, 328 
Harrison, D W , B&l, 301 
Harrison, E. G., A&S, 328 
Harrison, G. H., B&l, 209, 220, 301 
Harrison, J. A., FO, 261, 328 
Harrison, L. D., ED, 153, 328 
Harrison, R. D., Jr., ENG, 240, 301 
Harsh, D. K., AG, 301 
Harthcock, C. F., A&S, 254, 268 
Hartlein, J. W., AG, 175, 328 
Hartley, B. B„ A&S, 328 
Hartley, CM., B&l, 328 
Hartley, R. L, AG, 328 
Hartman, O. H„ A&S, 162, 328 
Harvey, C. A., A&S, 254, 268, 301 
Harvey, G. B., B&l, 328 
Harvey, R. A , B&l, 250, 328 
Harwell, H. T., Jr., B&l, 181, 328 
Harwood, J. R., A&S, 328 
Hatch, C. A., ED, 328 
Hatcher, M. L„ AC, 160, 262, 328 
Hatcher, W. A., ENC, 204, 205, 287, 

301 
Hathcock, D. F., ED, 153 
Hathcock, E. A., B&l, 328 
Hathcock, L. B., ED, 301 
Hathorn, M. A., A&S, 145, 199, 216, 

328 
Hatten, E. P., ENC, 328 
Havard, J. C, ENG, 328 
Havard, J. S., ENG, 220, 328 
Havard, L. M., B&l, 301 
Havard, M. I., ENC, 182, 328 
Hawk, J. E., ED, 272 
Hawkins, C. M., B&l, 252, 301 
Hawkins, J. F., B&l, 199, 275, 328 
Hawkins, N. )., ED, 145 
Hayden, M. J., ENC, 328 
Hayes, A. S., Jr., ED, 224, 275, 328 
Hayes, C. C, Jr., ENC, 328 



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by BALFOUR 

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MID SOUTH DIVISION 

Box 83 III Millsaps Ave. 

Jackson, Miss. 

ED COPELAND • NICKY DRAKE • VIRGIL MELOHN 
LARRY HATFIELD • JIMMY UNDERWOOD 



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From MP&L, you get 
more than electricity 

Graduation! It's a happy thought for most students, and a diploma in the 
hand of a young Mississippian is a symbol of past accomplishments, and 
the opportunity to advance in the future. 

Realizing that a more productive life awaits the college graduate, 
Mississippi Power & Light Company encourages young people to pursue 
higher education, and training, whenever possible. 

For many years MP&L has participated in numerous programs to en- 
courage Mississippi young people in pr -ing for further opportunities. 
Included in these activities are schola .. lr . r college attendance, 4-H 
Club and Future Farmers of America electric project winners and participa- 
tion in certain accredited junior college refrigeration and air conditioning 
courses. 

There are more than 1,200 of your fellow Mississippians working at 
MP&L to supply homes, farms, businesses, and industries with dependable 
electric power. You see many of them at the same civic, church, and school 
meetings you attend. They make "Helping Build Mississippi" at MP&L a 
living reality, because from MP&L you get more than electricity. 




MIDDLE SOUTH 
UTILITIES SYSTEM 



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& LIGHT 

Helping Build Mississippi 




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Haves. D. )., ED. 143, 328 

Hayes, ). C, ED, 328 

Havnes, R I . A&S, 158, 328 

Hayslelt, T. L , jr., CR, 239 

Hazard, B S , A&S, 175, 328 

Hazard, M G . ED, 175, 260, 301 

Hazard, S L ., A&S, 145 

Head, K. A., A&S, 149 

Heard, S M ., ED, 254, 328 

Hearn, E B., A&S, 328 

Hearn, W L , A&5, 209, 235, 280 

Hearnsberger, A P . AC, 263, 328 

Heath, M. R , A&S, 328 

Heath, R S., B&l, 252 

Heatherlv, T, L, B&l, 222, 281 

Herbert, |. O , III, A&S. 278, 328 

Hedgepeth, S. W., ENC, 328 

Heflin, F )., ED, 328 

Heflm, M. D„ A&S, 149, 216, 328 

Heflin, P C, ED, 145, 328 

Hegwood, C R ., Jr , FO, 328 

Heinbach, C. M., B&l, 328 

Hellenstine, L K., A&S, 228, 328 

Helwick, D E , ED, 301 

Hemby, L V., ED, 328 

Hemphill, D F . B&l, 177 

Hemphill, R. H , B&l, 328 

Henderson, C S , III, ENC. 156, 328 

Henderson, D. C. ED, 110, 111 

Henderson, E L, CR, 316 

Henderson, R R., A&S, 328 

Henderson, V. B , ENC, 270, 301 

Hendricks, B. A , ED, 328 

Hendnx, D. C, ENC, 245 

Hendrix, R. W., ED, 328 

Hendry, W. J., ENC, 301 

Hengst, T. L„ ENG, 175 

Henley, B. L„ ED, 282 

Henley, C. A., B&l, 224, 328 

Henley, I C, A&S, 328 

Hennington, |„ ED, 147, 328 

Henry, D. A., B&l, 224 

Henry, E. P., B&l, 162 

Henry, |. K , ENC, 328 

Henry. |. M., B&l, 301 

Henry, I. T., ENG, 192, 204, 286, 287, 

301 
Henry, N. R., ED, 143 
Henry, S. E. P., ED, 301 
Henry, S. A., ED, 147, 328 
Henry, S., B&l, 328 

Hensley, I. D., AC, 328 

Hensley, |, E., FO, 261, 301 

Hensley, P A. C, AC, 203, 301 

Henson, F. E., Ill, A&S, 166 

Henson, |. L, B&l, 177, 328 

Henson, W. H., CR, 316 

Herbert, B. W., ED, 228, 328 

Herbert, C. C, A&S, 177, 328 

Herbert, L. L., ED, 328 

Herren, M. G„ ED, 143, 328 

Herren, R. C. GR., 316 

Herren, S A , GR, 230, 316 

Herring, A. )., ED, 328 

Herring, C. W., A&S, 222 

Herring, D. C, B&l, 252, 328 

Herring, E. L, Jr., AG, 328 

Herring, H. )., AG, 251, 262 

Herring, R. D„ B&l, 246 

Hernngton, B. C, A&S, 149 

Herrington, D K., A&S, 328 

Hernngton, C. D . A&S, 328 

Herrington, P. S., A&S, 254, 301 

Herron, C. A., B&l, 328 

Herron, |. K., B&l, 162, 328 

Hess, S W , B&l, 328 

Hester, D L., ENC, 238, 328 

Hester, R. L„ ENG, 328 

Hester, W. A., ENG, 204 

Hiatt, W. H., A&S, 301 

Hickman, D. O., |r, B&l, 164 

Hicks, A. B., Jr., ENC, 209, 235 

Hicks, C. C. M., A&S, 278 

Hicks, E. F., II, B&l, 140, 166, 240, 301 

Hicks, M. E., A&S, 328 

Hicks, M. A., ENC, 328 

Hicks, M. E., ENG, 172 

Hicks, M. G., B&l, 301 

Hicks, M. A., A&S, 151, 278 

Hicks, R. C, |r„ ED, 328 

Hickson, |. F , GR, 285 

Higdon, D. E„ Jr., ENG, 209, 233. 235, 
286, 287, 301 

Higdon, L. F. A., ED, 301 

Hightower. |. R„ A&S, 214, 227 

Hightower, T. E., A&S, 328 

Hightower, W. P., ENG, 172 

Hilbun, M., ED, 149, 272, 328 

Hildebrand, M. E., ED, 143, 328 

Hilderbrand, H. R., ED, 328 



Hilkert, |. M., CR, 208, 246 

Hill, A. C, A&S, 153, 328 

Hill, C. A., ENG, 254 

Hill, C. E , GR, 230, 316 

Hill. C V., |r., A&S, 328 

Hill, D E., B&l, 158 

Hill, D. B , B&l, 235 

Hill, E L M , ED. 301 

Hill, F D , B&l, 282, 328 

Hill, I B , B&l, 156, 208, 246 

Hill, |. E., Jr., B&l, 277, 301 

Hill, I H , A&S, 166 

Hill, M. L., A&S, 151 

Hill. R C, ENC, 209 

Hill, R D , ED, 234 

Hill, S L., A&S, 172 

Hill, T C, |r„ AC, 230 

Hillen, W. R., A&S, 175 

Hillis, I. D., ENC, 140, 154, 155, 205, 

301 
Hillman, B. )., FO, 261 
Hillman, D. |„ AC, 263 
Hillman, |. R., ENC, 328 
Hillman, I H , A&S, 301 
Hillman, L K , ED, 145, 202, 224, 247, 

328 
Hills, I C , B&l, 281, 328 
Himes, K. K., AC, 147, 328 
Hindia, R K , GR, 264, 316 
Hines, H. H., A&S, 147, 328 
Hines, R. D , III, AG. 162 
Hinman. D P., A&S, 171, 328 
Hmton, I S., ED, 254, 268, 301 
Hut, R. D., ED, 224, 225 
Hocevar, M A., CR, 233, 267, 316 
Hodge, I. K., CR, 209 
Hodge, I H., B&l, 235, 252 
Hodge, R. E., AG, 230, 328 
Hodges, I. E, ED, 143, 202 
Hodges, K R , ED, 274 
Hodges, P. R., ED, 275, 328 
Hodges, R D ., Jr., B&l, 328 
Hofer, M. A., B&l, 145, 275 
Hogan, L. L , B&l, 164 
Hogan, M. A , AC, 147, 328 
Hogan, S. A., B&l, 147, 301 
Hogan, S. C . A&S, 329 
Hogan, T,, ED, 329 
Hoggatt, A | , |r., AC, 154 
Hogue, L. E., AG, 230, 277, 301 
Holbrook, C M., ED, 329 
Holbrook, L. C, ENG, 329 
Holbrook, T. C, B&l, 329 
Holcomb, C. T„ A&S, 329 
Holcombe, S S., AG, 175 
Holden, B. |., B&l, 252, 301 
Holder, A. B , IV, B&l, 175 
Holder, A. R , B&l, 252 
Holder, B W., A&S, 329 
Holder, D. T , ED, 145 
Holder, E. A., ED, 289, 301 
Holland, B. K., ED, 302 
Holland, D.. B&l, 111, 113 
Holland. D. C , ED, 329 
Holleman, |. P., B&l, 256 
Hollenbeck, |. K., ED, 302 
Holley, I. H , ENG, 329 
Holley, L. L , A&S, 236, 237 
Holliday, L. A., ED, 149, 253, 302 
Holliman, I. L , AG, 160, 329 
Holliman, |. K., AG, 302 
Hollinger, B., A&S, 329 
Hollmger, D. L., ED, 72, 74, 75, 78, 92, 

151, 197, 224, 275, 280 
Hollingsworth, D., B&l, 252, 302 
Hollingsworth, R., ENG, 205, 302 
Hollingsworth, S., B&l, 302 
Hollis, D. O, A&S, 329 
Hollister, |. |„ A&S, 162 
Holloway, E D., GR, 316 
Holloway, ). F., A&S, 302 
Holloway, M. )., B&l, 244, 248 
Holloway, R. C, ENC, 329 
Holly, S. A., AG, 166 
Holmes, B. C, ENC, 241, 249, 302 
Holmes, C. R„ ENG, 220, 238 
Holmes, C. M., B&l, 151 
Holmes, D. ]., ED, 329 
Holmes, H. C, |r., ED, 111 
Holmes, R. E., GR, 316 
Holmes, R. B., Jr., B&l, 172, 198, 329 
Holt, |. E„ ENG, 287 
Holt, O M., ED, 329 
Holton, B D., AC, 262, 302 
Holzhauer, B. P., ED, 302 
Holzhauer, I. L., ENC, 188, 192, 195, 

1%, 204, 206, 233, 287, 302 
Honeycutt, T. L., B&l, 272, 329 
Hony, K. A., AG, 143, 263 
Hood. B |. B , B&l, 252, 329 



Hood, I E ., CR, 316 
Hood, L. S„ ED, 329 
Hood, M. N., A&S, 329 
Hoomes, D S., ED, 302 
Hooper, P F , A&S, 168 
Hooser, |. S , B&l, 329 
Hoover, M B , AC, 199, 329 
Hoover, M Z , A&S, 302 
Hopkins, C W„ |r., A&S, 329 
Hopkins, I B , B&l, 329 
Hopkins, P. L„ ED, 329 
Hopper, S A , A&S, 289, 329 
Horn, I B., AG, 279, 302 
Horn, R L. E , ED, 302 
Horn, W, C , III, ENC, 287, 302 
Home, H P., Ill, A&S, 177 
Home, M M., ENC, 329 
Home, R , B&l, 329 
Horner, W. H , ENC, 329 
Horton, D H , |r , B&l, 302 
Horton, I., A&S, 329 
Horton, |. D., ED, 329 
Horton, I H., B&l, 164 
Hough, I H , |r , B&l, 177 
Houston, B. N., A&S, 254, 268, 329 
Houston, |. E., Ill, B&l, 302 
Houston, P. V., ENC, 302 
Hover, I W , A&S, 278, 329 
Howard, I. L , ED, 329 
Howard, W. |., |r., ENG, 284 
Howard, W. H,, III. A&S, 175 
Howe, D. H., ENG, 302 
Howe, D. R., B&l, 281, 302 
Howell, B |., A&S, 329 
Howell, D. M., |r, ED, 329 
Howell, )., ENC, 302 
Howell, L. D., A&S, 329 
Howie, M. L., B&l, 329 
Huang, B S , GR, 316 
Hubbard, C W , B&l, 329 
Hubbard, H., |r., ENG, 329 
Hubbard, I E , B&l, 149, 271, 329 
Hubbard, M. D., ED, 329 
Huddleston, B. C, B&l, 302 
Huddleston, B. M., |r, B&l, 329 
Hudson, B C , ED, 302 

Hudson, B. H., 272, 278, 302 

Hudson, C. C, AG, 329 

Hudson, H. C, A&S, 207, 302 

Hudson, M. L., A&S, 175 

Hudson, N. L, B&l, 329 

Hudson, R L , ED, 147, 216, 329 

Hudspeth, R. W., B&l, 281 

Huerkamp, |. E , ED, 244, 329 

Huey, M. A., ED, 302 

Huff, M. A., ED, 147 

Huff, V. S„ A&S, 329 

Huffman, D, K. B., ED, 329 

Huffman, G E., AG, 329 

Hughes, H. G., FO, 329 

Hughes, I M., A&S, 177 

Hughes, I H., B&l, 164, 193, 194, 1%, 
202, 206, 213, 226, 260, 281, 329, 376, 
400 

Hughes, |. S., B&l, 140, 164 

Hughes, R. A,, B&l, 164, 329 

Hughes, S. D., B&l, 267 

Huguley, L P, |r , FO, 329 

Hull, D C , FO, 329 

Hulsey, E. )., ED, 329 

Hummer, |. M., A&S, 147, 329 

Hummer, L. L , ENG, 140, 168, 214, 
273, 329 

Humphrey, G. C, A&S, 329 

Humphrey, K. |, ED, 329 

Humphrey. L. K., AG, 329 

Humphrey, R. W., ENG, 302 

Humphreys, C. K., A&S, 302 

Humphries, R. O, A&S, 329 

Hunsinger, R. N., A&S, 207 

Hunt, D. R , CR, 316 

Hunt, |. M., ENG, 241 

Hunt, M W., B&i, 329 

Hunt, M. S.. B&l, 224, 302 

Hunter, P. M., |r, AG, 164, 329 

Hunter, R. N., A&S, 224 

Hunter, R. D., ENG, 241, 329 

Hunter, R. E., ENC, 302 

Hurd, F C , AG, 263, 329 

Hurst, R. E„ GR, 277 

Hurt, B. K., CR, 316 

Hurt, K. A., A&S, 222, 329 

Hutchens, Z. M., AG, 177 

Hutchins, |. W., ENG, 208, 238, 245, 
246, 302 

Hutchinson, ). R., A&S, 140, 175, 215, 
329 

Hutchinson, S. A., |r., ENG, 209, 235 

Hutchison, P. W., |r„ B&l, 258 

Hutchison, T. G., ED, 265, 281, 302 



Hutto, I W , ED, 269, 302 
Hutto, M F ., B&l, 302 
Hutton, G. H , A&S, 162, 214 
Hyatt, E. B., ENG, 204, 220, 222, 302 
Hydrick, M , B&l, 281, 302 



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Ibsen, K S„ B&l, 329 
Ingram, B. G., CR, 316 
Ingram, R. M., AC, 160 
Inman, |. L., B&l, 329 
Irby, M., AG, 329 
Irby, V L., |r., A&S, 245, 329 
Irons, B T . ED, 265, 302 
Irvin, B W, ED, 110, 111 
Irwin, C D , ED, 329 
Isbell, D. A , AC, 329 
Isonhood, |. H., |r , ENG, 222 
lupe, S B , ED, 329 
Ivy, P. A., ED, 329 
Ivy, W D„ A&S, 329 
Ivy, W B„ A&S, 329 
Iyengar, S S , CR, 316 



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labour, K M , A&S. 285 

lacks, C L , ED, 329 

lackson, A E., ENG, 291, 329 

lackson, A. H., A&S, 228, 302 

lackson, B. G„ ENC, 329 

lackson, C. H , A&S, 224, 329 

lackson, D M., |r , ENC, 175, 241, 302 

lackson, D M , ENC, 329 

lackson, )., ED, 329 

lackson, ). H , A&S, 162, 329 

lackson, |. M., ED, 92, 179, 302 

lackson, |. R., B&l, 177 

lackson, V, C, |r„ ED, 302 

lacobs, |. A , ED, 149, 329 

lacobs, W C , A&S, 164, 278 

lagenburg, B. R„ B&l, 158 

lagnandan, E R , B&i, 329 

lagnandan, L. S., B&l, 329 

lamaledin, O. S., ENC, 241, 302 

lames, H E , ED, 329 

lames, H. D., ENC, 302 

lames, I, C, ED, 143 

lames, I. W, |r , B&l, 164, 329 

lames, L. S., B&l, 141, 143 

lames, M. I , ED, 153 

lames, M. D., B&l, 156 

lames, S B , ED, 186 

lamieson, W. M , |r , ENG, 177 

lanous, F D , B&l, 140, 172, 193, 196, 

215 
lanoush, I W , ENG, 270 
laquith, M L, AG, 141, 153, 197, 263, 

329 
larnagin, N O , B&l, 244 
larrell, D. T., A&S, 302 
larrell, G A , ENG, 280 
larrell, M. V., ENG, 235, 280 
larrett, L N., B&l, 158 
lech, L. E„ GR, 261, 316 
lee, W D., A&S, 246, 329 
lee, W C , A&S, 198, 245, 329 
leffnes, E. D., ENC, 289 
leffus, M. A., AC, 166 
lenkins, B. A., ED, 329 
lenkins, C. L., ED, 147, 269 
lenkins, R. L., ED, 302 
lennings, L. D., A&S, 329 
lennings, S. I., A&S, 329 
lerome, C B„ ED, 302 
tester, M. R , ED, 329 
links, E A , ENG, 199, 239, 329 
lobe, |. H„ ED, 329 
lobe, M. L , A&S, 330 
loe, B. M., A&S, 330 
)oe, H., ENC, 222 
loe. P., A&S, 222 
loe, T. Y., A&S, 330 
lohns, |. C, |r., ED, 222 
lohns, P A., CR, 272, 316 
lohnsey. D L , ED, 251, 302 
lohnsey, K. M S , AC, 302 
lohnson, B. I. W., ED, 303 
lohnson, C M C., GR, 153 
lohnson, C A., A&S, 330 
lohnson, C. E., AG, 330 
lohnson, C. E„ A&S, 330 
lohnson, C. L„ ED, 330 
lohnson, C, |r., GR, 228 
lohnson, C. L., FO, 330 
lohnson, D I., A&S, 330 
lohnson, E. |„ ED, 330 
lohnson, F C , A&S, 330 
lohnson, G I , B&l, 228, 291, 330 



lohnson, H. P., B&l, 177 

lohnson, |. M , B&l, 303 

lohnson, |. W., A&S, 156 

lohnson, |. A., CR, 316 

lohnson, I D ., B&l, 330 

lohnson, |. H., A&S, 330 

lohnson, I C R , A&S, 303 

lohnson, K. M., ED, 330 

lohnson, K I , AG.. 253, 179 

lohnson, L C , ED, 330 

lohnson, M A , A&S, 330 

lohnson, M. P., B&l, 171, 209, 235 

lohnson, N , ENC, 330 

lohnson, P A ., ED, 147, 330 

lohnson, P C, AG, 303 

lohnson, P I., ED, 232 

lohnson, R. F., ED, 303 

lohnson, R A., B&l, 156 

lohnson, R. P., |r., ENG, 157, 330 

lohnson, R N , ED, 330 

lohnson, S. B., AG, 303 

lohnson, T |., A&S, 254 

lohnson, T R,, ENG, 330 

lohnson, V L , ED, 143, 330 

lohnson, W. P., B&l, 287 

lohnston, C. T., A&S, 330 

lohnston, D. W., A&S, 275 

lohnston, E E , B&l, 172, 330 

lohnston, I T., ENG, 330 

lohnston, |. R., ENC, 245 

lohnston, I C , B&l, 254, 303 

lohnston, M. |., B&l, 330, 222 

lohnston, W C , ENC, 204, 205, 303 

Joiner, R. R , B&l, 77 

lolly, R. I., |r., ED, 265 

Jones, A. M., B&l, 330 

lones, A C, B&l, 172 

lones, B. H., ENG, 330 

lones, C D , CR, 316 

lones, C P., AC, 330 

lones, C L , A&S, 330 

lones, D. M., AG, 303 

lones, D B., ED, 330 

lones, D. C., B&l, 175 

lones, D. I , A&S, 330 

lones, D K., A&S, 330 

lones, D. E., ENG, 303 

lones, D E , ED, 245, 251 

lones, G. C, B&l, 177 

lones, G B , ED, 261, 303 

lones, G. W., AG, 303 

Jones, J. R , III, B&l, 164, 240 

lones, |. C, ED, 303 

lones, J P , B&l, 233, 330 

lones, J. W., A&S, 166, 303 

Jones, J., ED, 220, 303 

Jones, K S , A&S, 151, 222, 330 

lones, K A., B&l, 330 

Jones, K. E., ENG, 303 

lones, L I., ED, 330 

lones, M. B , A&S, 222, 330 

Jones, M. K., A&S, 151 

lones, M. |., Jr , AG, 164 

lones, O , Sr, GR, 316 

Jones, P. L , A&S, 330 

lones, P. E , B&l, 244 

(ones, P. W., AG, 168, 303 

lones, R. D„ A&S, 222 

lones, R. K., ENG, 330 

lones, R. A., ENG, 330 

lones, R A , B&l, 330 

lones, R. M., ED, 228, 303 

lones, S. W„ |r„ B&l, 140, 177 

lones, S W„ ED, 88 

lones, S B , B&l, 330 

lones, T E , A&S, 175 

lones, V A., ED, 330 

lones, W. B, ENG, 156, 198 

Jones, W. O., Ill, B&l, 164, 303 

lones, W W , |r , AG, 303 

Jones, W. B., A&S, 330 

lordan, B. T., ED, 147 

lordan, H. R , CR, 316 

lordan, |. L., A&S, 153, 224 

lordan, M., B&l, 151 

lordan, M. S., B&l, 330 

lordan, R. W., |r., B&l, 168, 253, 254, 

330 
Jordan, S., ED, 330 
loseph, E A , ED, 330 
Joseph, M. A., ED, 149, 222, 330 
Josey, B. H., B&l, 175 
tosey, P. E , B&l, 330 
louno, R. J., GR, 316 
lourneay, W. A , AG, 330 
lourney, B. R., A&S, 330 
loyner, | A., |r., ENG, 330 
ludson, T. H., B&l, 162 
lue, D., A&S, 330 
lue, F Y , A&S, 330 



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Jue, N. L, ENC. 330 
lumper. R. A., ED. 330 
lunkin, E. E., ED, 145, 269, 330 



Kachru, R. P., CR, 264 

Kaplan, |. R., ED, 303 

Kappler, S., ED, 330 

Kair, |. E., AC, 230, 303 

Karre, P. )., A&S, 166 

Katz, R. O, B&l, 179 

Kalzes, M. A., ED, 303 

Kaushal, S. N., GR, 316 

Kays, L. E., A&S, 330 

Kazmi, M. F., GR, 316 

Kealhofer, A. V., ED, 149, 330 

Keating, W. T., ENG, 209, 235, 280 

Kee, E. M., B&l, 175, 240 

Keen, O. R., AG, 330 

Keister, T. L, A&S, 330 

Keith, E M., GR, 316 

Keith, ). A., B&l, 271, 281, 330 

Keller, |. F., ED, 330 

Kelley, T. E., B&K, 330 

Kellum, K., ED, 153, 271, 303 

Kelly, A. B., B&l, 245, 251, 253, 303 

Kelly, B. A., A&S, 197, 254 

Kelly, B. S., ED, 330 

Kelly, D. E., B&l, 50, 156, 157, 192, 194, 

1%, 200, 260, 303 
Kelly, I. C, B&l, 250, 330 
Kelly, R. I„ A&S, 153 
Kelly, R. F., ED, 175, 220, 303 
Kelly, W. T., B&l) 303 
Kelso, I. L, ED, 303 
Kemp, D. M., B&l, 330 
Kemp, |. R., ED, 272, 303 
Kemp, P. A., ED, 330 
Kemp, T. N., ENG, 330 
Kemp, W. E., ENG, 330 
Kenda, K. E., ENG, 149, 303 
Kendrick, |. G , B&l, 330 
Kennard, T C, B&l, 330 
Kennebrew, V E., ED, 222, 303 
Kennedy, B. I., GR, 197, 243 
Kennedy, J. L, AG, 158 
Kennedy, N. F , AUS, 330 
Kennedy, W. L, AG, 164 
Kenney, W. D , AG, 279, 330 
Kent, R. S., ENG, 330 
Kenwnght, N I , B&l, 153, 330 
Kerr, D. L , B&l, 175, 273 
Kerr, K. )., A&S, 149 
Kerr, L. D., ENG, 282, 283 
Kerr, S. E , ED, 145, 274 
Kersh, J. D., B&l, 330 
Kersh, P L, ED, 330 
Ketchum, E T., ED, 303 
Ketchum, G. S., AG, 162 
Ketchum, W. R., A&S, 162 
Key, I H., ENG, 158, 222, 274, 330 
Keyes, S. W., A&S, 330 
Khan, A. A., GR, 316 
Kidd, P. W., B&l, 330 
Kilbourne, D S., ED, 222, 330 
Kilbourne, R., A&S, 330 
Killebrew, D. B , FO, 220, 330 
Killebrew, D R , ENG, 330 
Kim, |. C, GR, 232 
Kimble, K. D., B&l, 303 
Kimbrough, B. S , ENG, 228, 260 
Kimbrough, E. A , AG, 146, 215, 330 
Kimbrough, E. A., B&l, 171, 222, 330 
Kimbrough, K. D., A&S, 92, 177, 214, 

330 
Kimbrough, P. D., AG, 230, 330 
Kimbrough, R E , AG, 95, 175, 194 
Kinard, S. P., ENC, 203, 303 
Kinberger, K. A., ED, 330 
King, A, J., A&S, 162, 245 
King, B. W., B&l, 177 
King, C. T., ENG, 303 
King, C. S., ED, 303 
King, D C, ED, 330 
King, G K., AG, 282 
King, H. A., A&S, 330 
King, I P., B&l, 220 
King, R. D , A&S, 330 
King, R. D., A&S, 175 
King, S. C, B&l, 149, 303 
King, T. C, GR, 316 
King, W. E., B&l, 162, 303 
Kinney, |. M., B&l, 244, 330 
Kinney, M. W., AG, 248 
Kinsey, R C, B&l, 153, 330 
Kinton, D. T , B&l, 303 
Kiran, N. S., GR, 264 
Kirby, E. A., A&S, 330 
Kirk, D. D., A&S, 331 



Kirk, R. L, FO, 303 

Kirk, T. B., AG, 179, 331 

Kirkland, R. L. B&l, 331 

Kirkpatrick, E. )., A&S, 250, 331 

Kirksey, |. M„ ENG, 284 

Kirschenbaum, I. R., ENG, 303 

Kirshman, H. A., A&S, 331 

Kish, C. W , |r., A&S, 331, 222 

Klar, C. D„ ED, 199 

Kling, J L, B&l, 181 

Kling, P A , ED, 331 

Knesal, W. E., |r„ ENG, 241, 282, 331 

Knight, D. K., ED, 331 

Knott, N. L., ED, 151, 331 

Knott, W. L, B&l, 245 

Koenig, K., ENG, 193, 1%, 204, 208, 

168, 246, 249, 331 
Koerber, B , A&S, 222 
Koerber, I A , ED, 166 
Kolb, A. L, ED, 143, 331 
Koon, N L, B&l, 331 
Koon, W. D., ED, 303 
Korlath, W. J., ED, 331 
Kozisek, S. G., AG, 151, 263, 331 
Kraft, P A., ED, 331, 224, 222 
Kremser, C. D., ED, 331 
Krohn, K. A., AG, 168, 253 
Kueven, K. E., ED, 279, 303, 153 
Kullman, G. W., A&S, 164 
Kumar, Binod, GR, 316 
Kuykendall, R R ., |r , A&S, 331 
Kyle, C. B., )r„ AG, 164 
Kyle, L. W„ ED, 236, 303, 145 
Kyle, W. A., FO, 331 
Kyzar, K. C, A&S, 278, 331 



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La Follette, C, |r., ED, 217, 331 

Labarreare, T. W., ED, 303 

Laberge, |. F., A&S, 197, 247, 331 

Labruyere, K. M., B&l, 179, 331 

Lacey, W. H„ GR, 209, 235 

Lachaussee, P. T., AG, 177 

Lacy, I. H., ED, 303 

Lacy, S. D., B&l, 331 

Ladner, C. L., AG, 303 

Ladner, |. W., ENG, 331 

Ladner, M. L., A&S, 331 

Lagman, E. C, ED, 303 

Laird, G. A., B&l, 303 

Laird, P. K., ENG, 331 

Lake, C. H., ED, 272 

Lamb, H. D., B&l, 175, 331 

Lamond, S. R., A&S, 199, 149, 331 

Lancaster, G. I., A&S, 244 

Lancaster, L. |., |r„ B&l, 331, 222 

Lancaster, S. G., A&S, 331 

Lance, D. E„ ED, 193, 274, 303, 222 

Land, L A., ENG, 197 

Landers, E. |„ ED, 199, 149, 222 

Landers, W. |, B&l, 193, 177 

Landi, R L, ED, 162 

Landrum, C, A&S, 149 

Lane, K. H., AG, 279, 331 

Lane, M. A., A&S, 143 

Lane, R. E„ B&l, 162 

Lang, I M., A&S, 303 

Lang, R B , |r„ ENG, 204, 239 

Langford, |. W., ENG, 331 

Langford, K. M„ ED, 145 

Langley, A , ED, 331, 153 

Langston, C. S , ED, 304 

Langston, I I., ED, 151, 331 

Langston, K. A., ED, 331 

Langston, M. E., A&S, 147, 331 

Langston, S. |„ B&l, 156, 331 

Lanier, F. E , GR, 162 

Lann, B G , A&S, 331 

Larry, W. |, T., A&S, 304 

Latham, R. C , B&l, 175 

Latham, W H , B&l, 175 

Latimer, B. M., ED, 331, 224 

Latimer, |, C, )r., A&S, 208, 246, 304 

Lauderdale, L. M , ED, 331 

Lauderdale, S. C, GR, 316 

Laughlin, D. H , AG, 243, 331 

Lawson, M. P., ED, 304 

Lawson, V S„ ED, 331 

Lax, C. M , ENG, 166 

Lay, W. E., ED, 304 

Lea, |. A., ED, 331 

Leach, M. H., AG, 160, 232, 331 

Leaper, S A, E., ED, 331 

Ledbetter, G. C, AG, 230, 304 

Leddy, S. W., |r , B&l, 140, 171, 304 

Lee, A. H , ED, 331 

Lee, B. C, ENG, 331 

Lee, C. P., B&l, 331 

Lee, D. E„ ENG, 331 



Lee, D. R , A&S, 331, 153 

Lee, J. E„ II, B&l, 166, 240, 276, 304 

Lee, J. E., A&S, 289 

Lee, I. R., B&l, 331 

Lee, |. R., |r., ED, 304 

Lee, L. L., A&S, 143, 331 

Lee, L. D., A&S, 153 

Lee, M. F., B&l, 151 

Lee, M. W., ENG, 331 

Lee, R. A., ENG, 241 

Lee, S. B., ED, 331 

Lee, T. E., ENG, 331 

Lefebvre, A )., B&l, 331 

Leftwich, D. L„ ED, 143 

Leister, R. I., ED, 166 

Lemay, C. A., A&S, 172 

Lennard, J. C., |r., A&S, 166, 331 

Lennep, E. G., Ill, ENC, 304 

Lenoir, D. I , A&S, 331 

Lenoir, S. A., A&S, 228, 331 

Leonard, M. T., B&l, 331,224 

Leonard, N. K„ A&S, 145, 331 

Lerner, W. D., A&S, 331 

Leslie, D. B., ED, 331 

Leslie. H S , ED, 331 

Leung, D. M., ENG, 220, 331 

Leung, M. Y., A&S, 331 

Lewis, C. S„ ED, 151, 220 

Lewis, G. R., GR, 200 

Lewis, G. C, ED, 304, 145 

Lewis, I , A&S, 149, 331 

Lewis, |. E., A&S, 149, 331 

Lewis, L. C, B&l, 331 

Lewis, M. L„ ED, 331, 153 

Lewis, M. D., A&S, 143, 331 

Lewis, M. M., ENC, 158 

Lewis, M. P., B&l, 175 

Lewis, W. F„ A&S, 175, 278 

Lightsey, M. L., A&S, 331 

Lind, R. C , |r., AG, 331 

Lindley, L. E., ED, 331 

Lindsay, D. A., |r , AG, 266 

Lindsey, D. L., B&l, 304 

Lindsey, D., ED, 331 

Lindsey, R. H„ ENG, 238 

Linskey, G. F„ ENG, 331, 224 

Linskey, |. A., ENC, 331, 224 

Lipe, B. R., ED, 331 

Lipe, |., ED, 147, 331 

Lisenbee, B. K., ED, 331 

Lister, W. R., B&l, 171, 331 

Little, B. A., ED, 153 

Little, L E , |r., B&l, 220, 331 

Little, M. H., ENG, 204, 205, 287, 304 

Little, T., |r, B&l, 281, 304 

Livingston, L. H., ED, 209, 235, 274, 222 

Livingston, R. N., ENG, 177 

Livingston, W. V., A&S, 331 

Lloyd, L. B , ED, 149, 331 

Lloyd, R., B&l, 331 

Locke, W R., A&S, 222 

Loden, B N , FO, 331 

Loden, C. A., B&l, 222 

Loden, J. R., ED, 304 

Loftin, R. A., ENG, 331 

Loftis, I A., B&l, 331 

Lofton, |. M., Ill, B&l, 162 

Lofton, I. A , A&S, 304 

Logan, D I , ED, 304 

Loggans, R D., A&S, 281, 304 

Logue, M. H., A&S, 331 

Lollar, D O , ED, 331 

Lomax, M. C, ED, 331 

Lomenick, H. E„ ED, 304 

Long, K. A , ED, 331 

Long, L M, B&l, 331 

Long, M. S., A&S, 145 

Long, P. D., ENC, 331 

Long, S K., ED, 149, 331 

Long, W. S., ENG, 204, 233, 304 

Long, W. C., ENG, 204, 205, 304 

Longest, I C, ED, 93, 149, 331 

Looney, |. M., ENG, 164 

Loper, ). M , B&l, 331 

Lossett, L. (., ENG, 175, 331 

Lott, D. L., B&l, 175 

Lott, |. T „ |r , A&S, 182, 332 

Lott, M. L , ED, 145 

Lott, M. L., A&S, 332 

Lott, W. W., B&l, 281 

Love, K. S , ED, 332 

Love, M. A., ED, 332 

Love, M. A., AG, 219, 228, 263, 304 

Love, M. L., ED, 197, 304, 145 

Love, N. E., Ill, AG, 332 

Lovelace, I E., Ill, AG, 179 

Lovelace, L. B., |r., A&S, 332 

Lovitt, P. D„ B&l, 240, 171, 332 

Lovorn, B. E., B&l, 332 

lowery, A. K., A&S, 304 



Lowery, B. |„ B&l, 143, 332 

Lowery, ). W , AC, 262, 263, 332 

Lowery, M. A., A&S, 219, 332 

Lowry, M. )., ED, 332 

Lowry, S. T , ED, 147, 332 

Luby, C. E., ED, 268, 332 

Luby, J. H., ED, 332 

Luby, L. G , B&l, 304 

Lucas, |. L., ENG, 332 

Lucas, W. C., CR, 316 

Luke, D. M , AG, 266 

Luke, M. H., AG, 151, 247, 263, 332, 

222 
Lunceford, |. M., B&l, 177, 332 
Lunceford, J. E., A&S, 332 
Lunceford, R. A., B&l, 172 
Lundine, S. L., AG, 332 
Lundquist, S. A., ED, 332 
Luster, T. M., |r., B&l, 175 
Luter, A. B., jr., GR, 240 
Luter, E. E. A., ED, 151, 247, 250, 332 
Luter, C. S., A&S, 214, 218, 219, 332 
Luter, J. W., B&l, 164, 740 
Luter, R. I., AC, 151, 304 
Lyle, W. H , III, B&l, 332 
Lyles, K. D„ B&l, 332 
Lynn, I P., Ill, B&l, 332 
Lyon, C. D., |r., A&S, 156, 332 
Lyon, R. R„ II, ENG, 304 

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Mabry, A. D., A&S, 332 

Macneill, B. W., CR, 269 

Maddox, I ) , GR, 261 

Maddux, T, H., |r., FO, 222 

Madison, D. P., |r., GR, 316 

Madison, |. L , ENG, 224 

Madole, E. W , |r., A&S, 156, 332 

Magee, C R , ED, 332 

Magee, G G., A&S, 332 

Magee, K. R., ENG, 332 

Magnus, R E., GR, 272 

Mahoney, C A , B&l, 332 

Mahoney, M A., GR, 316 

Mahyuddin, M., CR, 267, 316 

Male, ). D„ ED, 233 

Mallard, B., A&S, 332 

Mallory, T. L , ED, 332 

Malone, I. D , A&S, 332 

Malone, W. F , A&S, 228, 332 

Malouf, M L, ED, 188, 195, 197, 304 

Malvaney, E. L., |r., AG, 177 

Manasco, W. A., B&l, 171 

Maneekul, C, GR, 316 

Mangrum, |. L., ED, 143 

Mangum, |, P., AG, 277, 332 

Maniscalco, |. P., A&S, 304 

Mann, C. D., ENG, 241 

Mann, C. T., ED, 168 

Mann, I R , |r , ED, 332 

Manning, C L., CR, 316 

Manning, M. L, B&l, 151 

Manning, R. E., B&l, 160 

Mansell, A. C , ENC, 198 

Mansour, R T , B&l, 332 

Mapp, E. L., AC, 332 

Marble, E. R , B&l, 332 

Marble, ]. C, A&S, 332 

Marchant, S. I., AG, 332 

Marin, P. P , ENG, 304 

Marion, G E , A&S, 332 

Marion, |. P., A&S, 304, 222 

Marion, P. L., A&S, 332 

Markow, S. M„ B&l, 271, 284, 332 

Marks, S. W., AC, 248 

Marolt, O, ED, 304 

Mars, M. D., B&l, 172, 304 

Marsh, S. V., ED, 145, 332 

Marshall, V. B., ENG, 332 

Martin, A. B., 332 

Martin, B. A , ED, 332 

Martin, B. C, ENG, 304, 224 

Martin, C. R , B&l, 164, 332 

Martin, |. G., ED, 164 

Martin, J. W., B&l, 332 

Martin, |. H., A&S, 206, 304 

Martin, M. P., ED, 332 

Martin, M. V., AC, 199, 263, 332, 222 

Martin, M. A., A&S, 332, 153 

Martin, M. V., A&S, 332, 222 

Martin, R. V., A&S, 304 

Martin, S. L, A&S, 332 

Martin, S. )., A&S, 304 

Martin, S. P., ED, 198, 222 

Martin, S. R., ENC, 164 

Martin, S. K., A&S, 202, 217, 143 

Martin, W A., Ill, B&l, 168 

Martiniere, E. D., B&l, 166 

Martins, H. B, ENG, 332 



Mason, I |., A&S, 332 

Mason, K. L , A&S, 332 

Mason, T. H., |r., A&S, 156, 214, 157, 
332 

Massey, C. L., ED, 332 

Massey, D. C., B&l, 199, 271, 281, 332 

Massey, K. L , B&l, 208, 240, 245, 246, 
281, 304 

Massey, L. W , |r., B&l, 332 

Massey, M. Z., A&S, 332 

Massey, R. C., A&S, 332 

Mathers, T. L , A&S, 332 

Mathews, I. M., B&l, 209, 234, 235, 304 

Mathis, M. A., AG, 263 

Mathis, P., ED, 151 

Mathis, S. R., ED, 272, 304 

Mathison, D. L., B&l, 252, 332 

Mathison, S K., B&l, 332 

Matson, P. A., ENC, 166 

Matthews, |. A., ED, 151, 197, 216, 236, 
269, 332 

Matthews, P. K , B&l, 252, 304 

Matthews, P S , B&l, 332 

Matthews, T. W., ENC, 332 

Mattox, |. S., ENC, 253, 332 

Mattox, L. G., ED, 272, 332 

Mattox, W. C , A&S, 140, 190, 195, 202, 
213, 168, 253, 304 

Matuloy, F. C, GR, 316 

Mauldin, D. C, B&l, 92, 177, 260, 332 

Mauldin, N. M,, AG, 304 

Maxcy, P. S., B&l, 332 

Maxey, A. M., AG, 202, 164, 232 

Maxey, B I , A&S, 289, 332 

Maxey, I A., ENG, 304 

Maxey, R. D., ED, 283, 282, 332 

Maxon, R. V., A&S, 304 

Maxwell, F., |r , B&l, 162 

Maxwell, H., AG, 279 

Maxwell, M. M., B&l, 147, 332, 222 

Maxwell, N. A., ED, 143 

May, I- L., A&S, 304 

May, |. L, |r., B&l, 304 

May, N. R„ ED, 151, 332 

May, T. )., ED, 304 

May, W. R., ENC, 332 

Mayer, M. H., B&l, 175 

Mayes, C. W, GR, 204, 241, 316 

Maynard, R. H., A&S, 246, 177 

Mayo, J. K„ FO, 332 

Mayo, J. M., GR, 317 

Mays, R. C, ED, 171, 265, 304 

McAdams, |. W., ENG, 332 

Mc Adams, W. D., AG, 156, 266 

McAdory, R. T., Jr., A&S, 332 

McAlister, V. M., ED, 275, 304 

McAllister, L. R., B&l, 304 

MaAlpm, H. S., ENG, 332 

McAlpin, |. L., ED, 91, 304 

McAnally, C. I., AC, 304 

McArthur, B. K., ENC, 332 

McBeath, W. K., |r., ENC, 204, 305 

McBride, C H., B&l, 305 

McBroom, W. W., CR, 317 

McBryde, K. M., ENC, 179, 332 

McCain, S. N., ENG, 234 

McCain, W. C., Jr., AC, 140, 186, 195, 

1%, 164, 305 
McCain, W. H., ENG, 241, 246, 186 
McCaleb, F. W., ED, 305 
McCall, M. N., ENG, 332 
McCalla, I. R., ED, 305 
McCann, R. H., A&S, 332, 222 
McCarley, C., B&l, 332 
McCarley, H. B., |r„ A&S, 332 
McCarley, P. R , A&S, 282 
McCarter, I. E., ED, 332 
McCarty, ). C, |r., GR, 317 
McCary, M., A&S, 332 
McCaskill, D. A., ENG, 305 
McClain, B K., B&l, 332 
McClain, M. I , ED, 332 
McClain, W. H., Ill, B&l, 222 
McClatchy, R. M., A&S, 332 
McClelland, D. K., ED, 272, 332 
McClelland, F., A&S, 332 
McClelland, R. L, A&S, 333 
McClendon, A. C, ENC, 241 
McClendon, K. H., ED, 145 
McClure, D. H., B&l, 252, 305 
McDonnell, ). C, AC, 162 
McCool, M. E, B&l, 179, 305 
McCormack, C. R., |r„ B&l, 222 
McCormick, M. E., AG, 245, 333 
McCormick, M. )., ENG, 193, 203, 214 
McCoy, C. I„ B&l, 333 
McCoy, R. D., B&l, 305 
McCready, P. L., A&S, 333 
McCrillis, |. T., ED, 162, 333, 222 
McCrimmon, I. R., A&S, 168, 305 



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McCrory, K. A., ED, 199, 202, 143, 333 

McCuiston, C. A., A&S, 202 

McCuiston, C. E„ ED, 333, 153, 224 

McCuiston, I A , ED, 333, 224, 153 

McCullar, B. R., AC. 333 

McCullough, |: L, Jr., B&l, 305 

McCully, G B , B&l. 149 

McCully, I, S., |r , AC, 242, 262, 305 

McCully, M W., ED, 222, 274, 305 

McCurdy, A. S., ENC, 239 

McDade, P L , AG, 333 

McDaniel, D. E., ENC, 333 

McDaniel, J. A., B&l, 333 

McDaniel, K. B , A&S, 333 

McDill, C. T , ENC, 333 

McDonald, D. H., ENC, 222 

McDonald, D. L, ED, 143, 333 

McDonald, D L , ED, 333 

McDonald, D. |, ED, 333 

McDonald, M L , AC, 262, 333 

McDonald, M. O., B&l, 333 

McDonald, N. C, A&S, 149, 199, 333 

McDonald, S. H., ED, 305 

McDonald, T. W., ED, 154 

McDougal, Y B., A&S, 199, 333 

McDowell, L. I., ED, 333 
McElreath, D. H ., A&S, 333 

McElroy, R H , B&l, 88, 240, 333 
McElroy, S. S., ED, 149 
McElroy, T. M., B&l, 305 
McEwen, S. R . A&S, 333 

McFadden, E. C, A&S, 236, 333 

McGahey. S E., B&l, 147 
McCaugh, |. L., ED, 272, 275, 305 
McCee, B. E., ENC, 234, 333 
McCee, L. W , ED, 305, 224 
McCinnls, P. A., ED, 147, 333 
McCowan, D P. Ill, B&l, 305 
McCraw, |. W„ GR, 317 
McGregor, E. B., A&S, 147, 275 
McGuffee, D. N., ENC, 238, 333 
McGuffee, I. M„ A&S, 333 
McGuffie, |. M., A&S, 333 
McGuffie, R. D., B&l, 333 
McGuire, |. M., 93, 162 
McCuire, V. S., 93, 333 
McGuire, W. M., B&l, 333 
Mclnnls, P. F., ED, 333 
Mcintosh, H. H.. |r„ ED, 222 
Mclntyre, |. C, |r„ ENG, 305 
Mclntyre, L. M., B&l, 281, 333 
Mclntyre, M. M., ED, 147, 333 
McKay, W. )., A&S, 305 
McKee, B. S., GR, 317 
McKee, C. M., A&S, 333, 147 
McKee, C. W., GR, 290 
McKee, D. M-, B&l, 305 
McKee, E. B., ED, 333 
McKee, H. L, FO, 333 
McKee, J. S.. ED, 333 
McKee, K. A., ED, 147, 333 
McKee, R A., ED, 305 
McKellar, C. D., ENG, 333 
McKenzie, G. W , ED, 156 
McKibben, C. A., B&l, 305 
McKibben, N. |., ED, 272, 275, 305 
McKibben, P. CV, ENG, 233, 333 
McKmley, W. B., AC, 177 
McKinney, A. C, Jr., ENC 289 
McKinney, E. H., AC, 333 
McKinney, |. M., A&S, 333 
McKinney, R. R., ED, 305 
McKinnis, S. S., ED, 147, 197, 305, 377 
McKissack, P. M., ENC, 209, 235, 333 
McKnight, E R , AG, 256, 333 
McKnight, |. A., |r., AG, 164, 232 
McKnight, R. N. A&S, 222, 274, 333 
McLain, R. E., Jr., 156, 305 
McLaurin, D. L., B&l, 164, 245 
McLaurin, I. B , B&l, 333 
McLaurin, K. A., ED, 149 
McLellan, L. L, AG, 147, 263, 333 
McLemore, L. C, III, ENC, 233 
McLeod, M. A,, AC, 333 
McLeskey, K L., A&S, 305 
McMahan, D. K., ED, 153 
McMahen, S L., ENC, 305 
McMaster, R. B., ED, 265, 333 
McMichael, K., ED, 333 
McMillan, C. S., ENC, 274, 333 
McMillan, H. S„ B&l, 333 
McMinn, L. F. C, A&S, 333 
McMullan, B. N„ ED, 333 
McMullan, W. R., B&l, 333 
McMullen, M. A., Jr., A&S, 198, 333 
McMurry, P. A., B&l, 333 
McNaughton, |. L, GR, 277 
McNeal, C. E., AG, 230, 333 
McNeece, ). D„ B&l, 171, 305 
McNeece, |. M., AG, 333 



McNeel, V A,, B&l, 143, 333 
McNeely, |, C, ENG, 333 
McNeese, A. D., ED, 333 
McNeill, D. F., A&S, 333 
McPhail, ]. L., AC, 242, 262, 305 
McRae, M L , B&l, 333 
McRae, P E ED, 333 
McRaney, C , A&S, 333 
McRaney. Voss, III, ENG, 333 
McReynolds, P M , ED, 217, 333 
McWhirter, H R , AG, 279, 333 
McWilliams, B. J., B&l, 333 
McWilliams, |. G., A&S, 333, 222 
McWilliams, |, H., A&S, 175, 333 
McWilliams, S . A&S, 143 
Meacham, M L., ED, 305 
Meacham, M. A., ED, 333 
Meador, I A., ENG, 179 
Meadows, I. W., ENG, 204, 205, 3 
Meadows, I W , AC, 256 
Medi, I. R , ENC, 158 
Mefford, T. I , A&S, 333 
MeCehee, I H., GR, 317 
Mehlhorn, D. K., A&S, 149, 333 
Meigs, F. E., Ill, GR, 317 
Melgar, Slavador A., AG, 305 
Mehchar, M. M.. ED, 333 
Mellen, M., ED, 151 
Melohn, B S. D , B&l, 305 
Melohn, V. W , Jr., B&l, 305 
Melton, P. L., ED, 147, 305 
Melton, S A , GR, 269, 317 
Mengel, D. A., ED, 82, 236, 333 
Mercer, M. F., ED, 151, 269, 305 
Merntt, S L, ED, 333 
Messer, B K., A&S, 149, 333 
Metts, M A., ED, 333 
Meyer, I F , A&S, 177 
Michelbacher, V., FO, 333 
Middleton, B R , B&l, 305 
Middleton, C B , ENG, 204, 241, 305 
Mikosz, A. L., A&S, 253, 333, 222 
Miles, B E. N., ED, 333 
Miles, D. L, A&S, 145, 222 
Miles, M. A,, ED, 333 
Miley, I. I., AG, 151, 270, 305, 222 
Milican, S. K., ED, 333 
Millard, R. T , Jr., B&l, 193, 1%, 198, 

164, 240, 333, 222, 208, 246 
Miller, C B , ED, 333 
Miller, F. C , III, ED, 333 
Miller, G D, Jr., ED, 156, 305 
Miller, C. E., A&S, 228, 333 
Miller, C. M., A&S, 162 
Miller, H. L, Jr., B&l, 333 
Miller, H. T., Ill, AG, 164, 333 
Miller, ). H., Jr., B&l, 334 
Miller, |. M„ A&S, 333 
Miller, |. W., Jr., ENG, 287, 305 
Miller, K. E., ENC, 334 
Miller, L H., ED, 305 
Miller, M. |. K , ED, 305 
Miller, M. W., B&l, 203, 246 
Miller, R D , FO, 334 
Miller, R. R., GR, 317 
Miller, R. C, ED, 305 
Miller, T., A&S, 282 
Miller, T. K„ A&S, 334 
Miller, W. W., B&l, 305 
Milligan, T, H., B&l, 305 
Mills, C. C , B&l, 334, 222 
Mills, G., ED, 280, 334, 224 
Mills, K. P., A&S, 334 
Millsaps, I. C, AC, 334 
Millsaps, P G, B&l, 175 
Milner, D A., ED, 334 
Milton, S. C, ED, 147, 202, 334, 224 
Milton, T. L., ED, 114, 117, 111 
Mims, D. L., A&S, 285, 334 
Mims, C. L., ED, 334 
Minks, H. L., AG, 263, 334 
Minor, B. I S., B&l, 305 
Misch, L. )., A&S, 149, 334 
Mishra, T. N„ CR, 317 
Miskelly, C. W., ED, 306 
Miskelly, H. L., Jr., B&l, 164 
Mitchell, A R C, ED, 306 
Mitchell, A. L., ED, 306 
Mitchell, D. V., B&l, 334 
Mitchell, D , A&S, 151 
Mitchell, E. M., A&S, 334 
Mitchell, J. B„ A&S, 334 
Mitchell, K. S., ED, 225, 280, 334, 224 
Mitchell, M. A., ED, 199, 202, 145, 334 
Mitchell, S. R., ED, 195 
Mitchell, S. M., AG, 145 
Mitchell, V S„ GR, 186 
Mitchell, V. D , ED, 306 
Mitts, E. )., AG, 77, 151, 141, 236, 325, 

263, 334 



Mitts, F. Wm„ III, A&S, 171, 334 

Mitts, L. |„ GR, 317 

Mixon, I. H., ED, 249, 306 

Mixon, S. T., ED, 306 

Mize, H. P., ED, 306 

Mize, M. L„ ED, 334 

Mize, T. O., B&l, 334 

Mobley, E. H., Jr., A&S, 334 

Mobley, L A., ED, 274, 280, 306, 224, 

222 
Mobley, R. L., ED, 222 
Modder, R L , B&l, 334, 224 
Moffett, D. B. J., GR, 269 
Mohprasit, P., GR, 317 
Monaghan, D. S., B&l, 334 
Mondragon, R. L, GR, 317 
Monreo, J. R., Jr., ED, 334 
Montfort, F W, B&l, 252, 306, 334 
Montfort, J. M , ED, 145 
Montgomery, A. M,, A&S, 334 
Montgomery, L, Jr., ED, 269 
Montgomery, L. H , B&l, 164 
Montgomery, R. A., Ill, ENG, 172 
Montgomery, S. C, ED, 334 
Montgomery, W. D., A&S, 171, 
Monti, J. E., ENG, 334 
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Moon, L. J., ENG, 334 
Mooney, M. A., ED, 224 



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306 



Moore, 


A. F , AG, 306 


Moore, 


A B , A&S, 198, 334 


Moore, 


B. M., A&S, 151, 334, 222 


Moore, 


C. 1 , ED, 306 


Moore, 


C. E., ENC, 220 


Moore, 


D. M., A&S, 334 


Moore, 


D. L., A&S, 247, 145, 334 


Moore, 


D. A., ED, 143, 334 


Moore, 


D. B„ Jr., A&S, 306 


Moore, 


E. L, ENG, 334 


Moore, 


E. L W , ED, 334 


Moore, 


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Moore, 


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Moore, 


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Moore, 


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Moore, 


C. S., ENC, 204, 205, 306 


Moore, 


H, B., Ill, ED, 217, 171 


Moore, 


J. A., Jr., ED, 265, 306 


Moore, 


J. W., AG, 242, 262, 260, 306 


Moore, 


J. S., A&S, 236, 149, 334 


Moore, 


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Moore, 


J. M., ENG, 334 


Moore, 


L. U., Jr., FO, 270 


Moore, 


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Moore, 


M. A,, AC, 279, 334, 222 


Moore, 


M. A., A&S, 145, 222 


Moore, 


M. E., ED, 76, 78, 81, 82, 141, 


149, 


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Moore, 


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Moore, 


M. C, ED, 334 


Moore, 


M. B., GR, 317 


Moore, 


P. A., ED, 306 


Moore, 


R W , |r„ ENG, 166, 334 


Moore, 


R L , AG, 242, 256, 306 


Moore, 


S L , ED, 334 


Moore, 


S. J , ED, 334 


Moore, 


S M , B&l, 145 


Moore, 


T. F., B&l, 306 


Moore, 


T. K., CR, 317 


Moore, 


T. N., AG, 243, 277 


Moore, 


W. C, ED, 334 


Moore, 


W. D., B&l, 154 


Moore, 


W. G., B&l, 281, 306 


Moore, 


Wm. W., II, AG, 175, 306 


Moore, 


Z. M., ED, 334 


Moorehead, H. C, Jr., AG, 334 


Moorhead, E. S., A&S, 289, 334, 224 



Mora, D , AC, 306 

Mord, I. C, II, ED, 171 

Morgan, A. K , AC, 189, 193, 195, 196, 

160, 232, 243, 242, 306 
Morgan, B. A., A&S, 199, 216, 334, 153 
Morgan, H. C, III, B&l, 162, 334 
Morgan, J. T„ B&l, 198, 164 
Morgan, M. E., A&S, 149 
Morgan, P. J., B&l, 271, 334 
Morgan, R. E., AC, 156, 306 
Morgan, R. N,, Jr., A&S, 156 
Morgan, S. A., B&l, 151 
Morgan, W. T., B&l, 334 
Morgan, W. H., AC, 334 
Moro, J. A., B&l, 334 
Morris, C. L, III, AC, 256, 334 
Morris, D., A&S, 334 
Morris, H. A., B&l, 199, 149 
Morris, J. K., B&l, 334, 379 
Morris, L. M., Jr., A&S, 206, 214, 219, 

306 
Morris, M. P., A&S, 193 
Morris, Wm. H., Jr., A&S, 154, 306 
Morrison, A. B., ED, 334 



Morrison, D C, AG, 168, 256 

Morrison, G. B., ED, 334 

Morrison, I )., ED, 272, 334 

Morrison, J , ED, 334, 153 

Morse, C. H, A&S, 334, 153 

Morton, H M., A&S, 334. 

Morton, R E , B&l, 281 

Mosby, R. M., ED, 168 

Mosby, S K , ED, 151 

Moser, W. A., B&l, 281 

Moses, M. R., A&S, 334 

Moses, W. C., Jr., A&S, 334 

Mosley, K. P., ENG, 253, 179 

Moss, B. I., ED, 306 

Moss, D. D., A&S, 306 

Moss, J D , III, ENC, 334 

Mowdy, M. H., B&l, 334 

Moy, L L , ED, 334 

Mukheriee, D., GR, 317 

Mulholland, D. K, A&S, 334 

Mullen, W H„ Jr., 334 

Mullendore, |, A., ED, 334 

Muller, F. P., A&S, 334 

Mullican, E. |, ENC, 209, 235, 334 

Mullican, W I , ENG, 334 

Mullins, B. K., ED, 334 

Mulloy, S. J., A&S, 334 

Muncie, J. W., ENG, 181 

Munn, J F., B&l, 306 

Munson, M. M., ED, 334, 224 

Mura, C. T., B&l, 151, 270 

Murphree, A F., ED, 280 

Murphree, T. D., Jr , B&l, 179 

Murphy, B. C., |r., A&S, 172 

Murphy, D. P., AG, 140, 160, 232, 334 

Murphy, D. M., B&l, 334 

Murphy, R. M., ED, 334 

Murphy, T. L., FO, 334 

Muse, I. V., ED, 151, 334 

Musick, V I , A&S, 306 

Mutchler, M S., ENG, 287 

Myers, A R., AG, 193, 1%, 242, 179, 

306 
Myers, A N , ED, 306 
Myers, F, N , B&l, 213, 273, 334 
Myers, R. L., ENC. 334 
Myers, R. J , Jr., A&S, 278, 334 
Myers, R. P., A&S, 175, 334 
Myers, T. F,, ENG, 140, 198, 202 
Myers, W. )., B&l, 334 



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Nabors, D A., ED, 147, 236, 334 

Naidu, S. M , GR, 317 

Nail, J. S., ED, 175 

Nail, K. S„ A&S, 335 

Nailor, R. N., ED, 335 

Najafi, K., CR, 317 

Naklie, L. K„ A&S, 153, 335 

Naklie, M. M., ENC, 153, 197, 204, 213, 

216 
Nalley, S. C, ENG, 287, 306 
Nance, M. C, ENC, 335 
Nance, W P., AC, 306 
Nanney, J. D., Jr., ENG, 335 
Nash, C. D., A&S, 149, 236 
Nash, M. D., FO, 335 
Nason, A. A B , ED, 335 
Nations, F. C, B&l, 335 
Nations, W. F., Jr., ED, 306 
Naugher, J. D., AG, 168, 232, 335 
Nazary, J. G., ED, 224, 280, 306 
Necaise, S. L., ENG, 335 
Neely, G. L„ Jr., ENG, 335 
Neely, W. M., A&S, 306 
Neergaard, B. K., Jr., AG, 160, 335 
Neese, M. H., B&l, 175, 335 
Neill, E. H., Jr., AC, 172 
Nelson, C. R„ B&l, 306 
Nelson, D. B., ENC, 306 
Nelson, J. J., B&l, 91, 177, 189, 195, 196, 

260, 306 
Nelson, W. M_, III, AG, 164 
Netterville, R E , Jr., GR, 317 
Nettles, C. J., B&l, 158 
Nettles, W. R„ Ml, ED, 195 
Nevins, J. W., AC, 160, 230, 306 
New, H, L., AG, 263 
Newberry, J. G., ED, 306 
Newell, R. M., B&l, 252, 253, 306 
Newell, R. C, A&S, 179 
Newman, L. A., Jr., ENG, 202, 209, 214, 

217 
Newsom, J. L., ED, 147, 335 
Newsom, R. J., ED, 335 
Newton, J. C, B&l, 335 
Nicholas, H. J., B&l, 306 
Nichols, F. A., B&l, 240, 246, 252, 335 
Nichols, C. J., AC, 262, 335 



Nichols, J. S., B&l, 306 

Nichols, M. R., AC, 263 

Nichols, W. K., FO, 335 

Nicholson, G. E„ Jr., B&l, 335 

Nicholson, J. D., ED, 198, 222, 274, 335 

Nicholson, K. M., B&l, 335 

Nicholson, M D., A&S, 149. 335 

Nickels, D. W , A&S, 335 

Nickels, J. L., B&l, 164 

Nickels, J. H., B&l, 306 

Nickles, C. R., ENG, 204, 241 

Nickles, E. H., A&S, 145, 335 

Nickles, L. B., A&S, 147, 269, 335 

Niemi, C. C, AG, 306 

Niernberger, B. A., AG, 263 

Niolet, M D R , AG, 263 

Noble, M C, ED, 147, 335 

Noblin, J. B., CR, 317 

Noblin, P Y H., ED, 335 

Noel, C. C, A&S, 335 

Noel, S. A., B&l, 335 

Nolan, J. M., ENC, 238 

Noland, B. J., ED, 335 

Nolen, D. E., ED, 147, 306 

Norman, C. L., ENC, 177, 335 

Norman, J. F , B&l, 306 

Norman, M. L, AG, 335 

Norris, A. K., B&l, 335 

Norris, E C , ENG, 182, 289, 335 

Norris, J M. H , A&S. 335 

Norris, S. L., A&S, 335 

Norris, S R., B&l, 271, 335 

North, W. T., A&S, 335 

Norton, J. D., ENG, 306 

Norton, O. P., ENC, 335 

Norvell, I R„ B&l, 335 

Norwood, J. H., ENC, 182, 241, 306 

Norwood, J. E , B&l, 335 

Norwood, T. R„ B&l, 252, 335 

Nowell, J. H., ED, 164, 335 

Nowlm, C. E , A&S, 335 

Nowzari, F. F., B&l, 306 

Nunn, N. C., ED, 202, 269, 275, 335 

Nunna, C. K., B&l, 335 

Nutt, L. D., AC, 282 

O 

Oakes, W, T , A&S, 156, 284, 335 
Oakley, W. S., AC, 186, 195, 242, 245, 

260 
Obrien, C D , AC, 245 
Obye, R C , GR, 204 
Odom, B. K , A&S, 335 
Odom, C R , ED, 145, 335 
Odom, F , ED, 291, 335 
Odom, J. M., ENG, 335 
Oglesby, D. W., ED, 335 
Oglesby, H R„ A&S, 335 
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Okundaye, J. E., AG, 228, 267 
Olander, S. L, B&l, 145 
Oleary, I , ENG, 277, 307 
Oleary, M. M , A&S, 143, 197, 254, 255, 

268, 307 
Oliveira, M D , CR. 317 
Oliver, A. K , ED, 307 
Oliver, K. C, ED, 275, 307 
Oliver, M. D., B&l, 281, 307 
Oliver, W. F., B&l, 162 
Oneal, D. E., A&S, 335 
Oneal, £ G., ED, 145, 335 
Oneal, H , AG, 263 
Oneal, K C , B&l, 198, 335 
Oneal, M. J., A&S, 222 
Oneal, M., ED, 145, 240 
Oneill, E W, FO, 156, 335 
Orsborn, J. H„ ENC, 204 
Orso, J. K., A&S, 335 
Osborne, H. D., A&S, 171 
Oswalt, D. K., ED, 335 
Oswalt, |. A., A&S, 335 
Oswalt, M. H., CR, 317 
Oswalt, P. D., A&S, 335 
Oswalt, R. J., ED, 224 
Oswalt, T. C, GR, 317 
Otis, R V , ED, 218, 335 
Ott, S B., ED, 307 
Overall, C. B., GR, 317 
Overstreet, H. K., ENG, 222, 281 



Pace, C. E., AG, 177 
Pace, W. L., A&S, 335 
Padaha, A. K., GR, 317 
Paden, R A., ED, 307 
Padgett, D. W., B&l, 307 
Page, T. Y., B&l, 175 
Pair, D. R. R., A&S, 335 



367 



Pakis, H. H., ED, 335 

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Palmer, B. L., AC, 232 

Palmer, |. T., ED, 307 

Palmer, M. T., A&S, 153, 335 

Palmer, T. L, CR, 317 

Palmertree, S., ED, 335 

Pang, A. C, B&l, 335 

Pang, F. F , A&S, 307 

Pang, H. F., A&S, 307 

Pangallo, C. D., CR, 269 

Pannell, A. C, A&S, 335 

Parchman, R A., A&S, 335 

Parchure, S. V., CR, 317 

Parham, E. C, AC, 164 

Park, M. R., Ill, CR, 317 

Parker, B. E., ED, 151 

Parker, F. M., ED, 335 

Parker, J. R , ED, 335 

Parker, J. T„ III, FO, 335 

Parker, L. W., B&l, 154 

Parker, M. )., ED, 335 

Parker, P. A., B&l, 224, 335 

Parker, R W., B&l, 223, 240, 252, 307 

Parker, S. L, ED, 151, 199, 335 

Parker, W. K., A&S, 335 

Parkerson, P. L, ED, 272, 275, 307 

Parkerson, P. )., ED, 272, 275, 307 

Parkin, S. C, AC, 172, 335 

Parkinson, S. R„ ED, 147, 222, 280, 307 

Parkinson, S. K., ED, 307 

Parks, D. A., B&l, 179 

Parks, |. R., B&l, 252 

Parks, R. N., Jr., ENC, 335 

Parks, T R., FO, 246 

Parnell, R. D., ED, 335 

Parrish, D. M., Jr., B&l, 335 

Parrish, K. D., Jr., ENC, 245, 335 

Parson, D. )., ENC, 335 

Parsons, B O , ED, 222, 335 

Partridge, W. P., B&l, 335 

Patch, G. C, B&l, 335 

Pate, D. E., B&l, 335 

Pate, G. H., A&S, 335 

Patel, B. N., GR, 264, 317 

Patel, H. H., ENC, 264, 335 

Patel, I. T., CR, 264, 267, 317 

Patel, J T„ CR, 264, 317 

Patel, K. R„ CR, 317 

Patel, M. V., GR, 317 

Patel, N. S., ENG, 307, 317 

Patel, R. C , GR, 317 

Patel, S. D., GR, 264, 317 

Patrick, D. P., ED, 145, 335 

Patrick, K. )., ED, 151 

Patridge, E. M., B&l, 81, 197, 307 

Patterson, D R., AC, 335 

Patterson, C. E., A&S, 149 

Patterson, |. E., Jr., B&l, 156 

Patterson, N. L, ED, 147, 335 

Patterson, W. R , ENC, 171 

Patterson, W. G., ING, 166 

Patton, H. E., Ill, B&l, 175, 281 

Patton, J. C, Jr., A&S, 175 

Patton, L D., Ill, B&l, 307 

Patton, M. P., ED, 143 

Patton, S. W., B&l, 336 

Patton, W. B., GR, 317 

Paulk, J. I., Jr., ENG, 336 

Paxton, |. H., A&S, 164 

Paxton, P. S., A&S, 145, 247, 379 

Paxton, P. R., ED, 149, 224, 280, 336 

Paxton, W. T., B&l, 164 

Payne, D. L., B&l, 230, 231 

Payne, T. E., A&S, 307 

Payne, W. P., Jr., B&l, 246 

Peace, P. )., ED, 78, 153, 236, 336 

Peagler, V F , A&S, 336 

Pearce, R. M., ENG, 284 

Pearson,.C. C, ED, 336 

Pearson, C. R., B&l, 307 

Pearson, S. M., ED, 277, 336 

Pearson, W. )., Ill, B&l, 162, 336 

Peden, B. S , ED, 151 

Peden, C M., A&S, 336 

Peden, M. A., A&S, 153, 222, 326 

Peeler, J., B&l, 336 

Peeples, M. K., ED, 147, 236, 336 

Peeples, W. A., II, A&S, 172 

Peery, M. J., ED, 307 

Peery, P A., ED, 307 

Peery, W. F., A&S, 307 

Pegg, R. C, B&l, 336 

Pegues, M. B., B&l, 336 

Pelham, ) T , GR, 239 

Pendergraph, M. A., B&l, 336 

Pendley, M. L., ENG, 198, 336 

Penick, R. T., B&l, 336 

Penn, M. C, A&S, 147, 336 

Penn, W. H., Jr., A&S, 307 



Pennebaker, B. C. ED, 172, 307 

Pennington, J. G., AG, 262, 263, 307 

Pennington, P. K., A&S, 336 

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Scott, G P. A&S, 171, 338 

Scott, H. L , A&S, 158 

Scott, I A , A&S, 153, 285 

Scott, K A , ED, 338 

Scott, N. V., AG, 338 

Scott, S O , ED, 145, 197, 206, 269, 338 

Scott, W. I , A&S, 254, 338 

Scroggins, A. T., AG, 256 

Scroggins, V K., A&S, 147, 338 

Scruggs, C Q , B&l, 252, 338 

Searcy, |. W , B&l, 338 

Sears, E. H., ED, 151, 275 

Seawright, C. L., B&l, 252, 309 

See, S , GR, 188, 195, 197, 222, 280, 318 

Seeling, S. P., GR, 318 

Segrest, |. C , |r „ AG, 230, 309 

Segrest, P D C , ED, 309 

Seid, R., ENG, 204, 238, 276, 281, 309 

Selby, D. D , ED, 338 

Self, I R , ED, 338 

Sellers, W. B., ED, 338 

Senften, D. K., A&S, 245 

Senivongs, C , AC, 267 

Sentell, R. Y , A&S, 162 

Senter, E. A., ENC, 338 

Senter, G. D., A&S, 338 

Sermsawatsri, P., GR, 318 

Sessums, F M , B&l, 158. 309 

Sessums, I W , FO, 261, 309 

Setzler, R. M., A&S, 338 

Sewell, |. L , |r ., A&S, 338 

Seyfarth, R H., ENC, 287, 309 

Seymour, M. L., ED, 199, 338 

Seymour, N D , ED, 338 

Shackelford, I. L„ AC, 263 

Shackelford, S. I., A&S, 338 

Shackouls, B S., ENC, 179, 204 

Shafer, C. R , B&l, 338 

Shafer, J. E„ ENG, 309 

Shah, C. B., ENC, 309 

Shah, P. C, GR, 318 

Shamburger, S. K., ED, 141, 145, 197, 

269, 270, 309 
Shank, C. K ., A&S, 338 
Shanks, S. P , GR, 246 
Shannon, R P , GR, 194 
Shapley, C. A., ED, 140, 175 
Sharbrough, W„ III, ED, 179, 214 
Sharma, |., GR, 318 
Sharma, S. K., CR, 264 
Sharma, S. K„ CR, 233, 267, 318 
Sharp, |,, A&S, 229, 338 
Sharp, W. F., A&S, 343 
Sharpe, B. M., B&l, 338 
Sharpe, B B , |r., B&l, 172 
Shattuck, M. A., ED, 149, 338 
Shaw, C. L, B&l, 153, 338 
Shaw, C. E. C, ED, 309 
Shaw, F. A., Ill, AG, 256 
Shaw, P. W„ |r., CR, 318 
Shaw, S. O, ED, 338 
Shaw, T E., )r., ED, 309 
Shaws, S. VV„ A&S, 338 
Shearer, |. R., A&S, 198, 338 
Sheely, P. T., AG, 263, 309 
Sheffield, C L, AC, 177 
Sheffield, P R., |r„ A&S, 311 
Sheffield, R. E , ENC, 177, 204, 310 
Shell, D. L., A&S, 143, 310 
Shell, W. P., ENC, 162 
Shelton, D S., ED, 338 
Shelton, R.. ED, 222, 338 
Shelton, T C , II, ENC, 338 
Shelton, W. E., A&S, 338 
Shepard, R. S., |r., ENG, 158, 339 
Shepherd, F, G., ED, 310 
Shepherd, S. A. W., B&l, 281, 310 
Shepherd, S. C, A&S, 224, 225, 249, 

339 
Shepherd, T. S„ B&l, 281, 310 
Shepherd, W. A., |r., ENC, 287, 339 
Sheppard, A. L, ED, 339 
Sheppard, P. A., ED, 143, 339 
Sheppard, S. L , ED, 262 
Sherman, |. T„ A&S, 153, 339 
Sherman, J. S., AC, 339 
Sherman, |. A., B&l, 172 
Sherrill, P. L., B&l, 262 
Sherrod, D L., ED, 228, 291, 339 
Shields, B. T., ED, 310 
Sheilds, M. F., B&l, 228, 276, 281, 310 
Shinault, C. B., ENG, 310 
Shira, A. M„ ED, 339 
Shirey, P. D , GR, 318 
Shirey, S. A. M., GR, 318 
Shirley, A. D., ED, 177, 339 



Shivers, B. F., ENC, 204 
Shivers, R. D„ AC, 339 
Shivers, T N„ A&S, 339 
Shoemake, I S„ ENC, 199, 310 
Shoemaker, G D , B&l, 339 
Shook, |. V., ED, 224, 225, 280, 339 
Short, P B., A&S, 339 
Short, R L , ED, 272, 339 
Shows, G P., ENG, 233, 287, 339 
Shows, G. M„ ENG, 339 
Shukla, N. R., GR, 264, 267, 318 
Shuler, R L., Ir., ENG, 204 
Shuler, T. S, B&l, 156, 339 
Shull, R. L., B&l, 224 
Shultz, M. M„ ED, 310 
Shumake, ), S., A&S, 147, 339 
Shumpert, M. E. O , A&S, 339 
Shumpert, O. L W.. ED, 228, 310 
Shumpert, R. F„ A&S, 156, 310 
Shumpert, T. H., GR, 318 
Sibley, D. P., ENG, 339 
Siddiqi, S A., CR, 267 
Siedell, R. A., B&l, 168, 339 
Sieverdes, C , CR, 239, 318 
Sigman, |. G., Jr., ENG, 241, 310 
Sikes, S M., B&l, 339 
Simmons, A M , A&S, 339 
Simmons, E L, ENG, 310 
Simmons, H. )., B&l, 175 
Simmons, H. C., B&l, 310 
Simmons, I., AG, 263, 339 
Simmons, |. M., ENC, 339 
Simmons, |. R , ENG, 339 
Simmons, K. W , ED, 162 
Simmons, L. W , AG, 339 
Simmons, M. B , AF, 263, 310 
Simmons, R. ED, 151, 275 
Simmons, R D., B&l, 310 
Simmons, R. I., A&S, 164, 245, 252, 339 
Simmons, R. C, |r , B&l, 175 
Simmons, W. D., ED, 310 
Simpson, |. R., B&l, 318 
Simpson, I C E , ED, 224, 225, 280, 310 
Simpson, K. W., A&S, 339 
Simpson, K. F., A&S, 224 
Simpson, S. L., GR, 242 
Simpson, S. B , ED, 339 

Sims, A., ED, 228, 310 

Sims, D. E., B&l, 339 

Sims, I K., B&l, 177 

Sims, M. C, B&l, 151, 275 

Sims, R A , A&S, 339 

Sinclair, D. T„ |r., AG, 242, 262, 310 

Singh, S. V., CR, 264, 318 

Singh, S., CR, 264, 318 

Singleton, G. W , Jr., A&S, 339 

Singleton, G. S„ ED, 253 

Sinha, I P., GR, 264, 318 

Sinno, H., ENG, 310 

Sisk, |. G., B&l, 339 

Sisk, K. E. M., ED, 339 

Sitton, D. M., B&l, 164 

Skelton, I B„ ED, 143, 310 

Skelton, |. C, AC, 310 

Skelton, L. M., AG, 261, 310 

Skewes, M. M,, ED, 145, 310 

Skipper, |. A., ED. 310 

Skipper, W D., ENG, 203 

Slaughter, A. O., A&S, 140, 171, 310 

Slaughter, C. L. A&S, 222, 339 

Slaughter, C. G„ B&l, 339 

Slaughter, H. B , A&S, 171, 253 

Slaughter, W I., B&l, 310 

Slay, D S , B&l, 149, 339 

Sloan, D. H., AC, 310 

Sloan, G. W., ENG, 310 

Sloan, G. A., A&S, 339 

Sloan, R B , ED, 145 

Sloan, R. C, |r„ A&S, 177 

Slocum, |. B., ENC, 179, 339 

Smalley, W. T., |r., B&l, 339 

Smart, F. T,, AG, 310 

Smelley, E. A., ED, 224 

Smith, A. S., B&l, 339 

Smith, A. Y., A&S, 149, 339 

Smith, A. E., Ir, ENG, 339 

Smith, A A., ED, 339 

Smith, B. (., AC, 310 

Smith, B. L., ED, 222, 339 

Smith, B. S„ A&S, 285 

Smith, B. S., ED, 310 

Smith, B. E., AC, 260, 262, 310 

Smith, C. E„ B&l, 162, 240 

Smith, C. M., A&S, 162, 339 

Smith, C M. A&S, 339 

Smith, C. B., ED, 265 

Smith, C. D., |r., ENC, 339 

Smith, C. H., ENG, 270 

Smith, C. )., A&S, 151 

Smith, D. P., ENG, 339 



Smith, 


D G., B&l, 339 


Smith, 


D. M„ A&S, 339 


Smith 


D. C, B&l, 339 


Smith, 


D. M., ENG, 158, 204 


Smith, 


D. L, A&S, 143, 339 


Smith, 


E. A., ED, 143 


Smith, 


E. C, B&l, 141, 151 


Smith, 


F. P„ A&S, 177 


Smith, 


F. H., ED, 153, 310 


Smith 


F W , A&S, 278 


Smith 


F. L., Ir,, ENG, 339 


Smith 


G D., B&l, 164, 339 


Smith 


G. W , III, AC, 339 


Smith 


C L , AG, 339 


Smith 


G A„ A&S, 339 


Smith 


K E„ ENG, 339 


Smith 


H C , ED, 339 


Smith 


H W , B&l, 339 


Smith 


H. C , |r., ENC, 198, 209, 339 


Smith 


H C , ED, 235 


Smith 


1 B , B&l, 276 


Smith 


1 N„ A&S, 251 


Smith 


J. C, B&l, 238 


Smith 


I. L„ B&l, 222, 339 


Smith 


I. A , B&l, 158 


Smith 


I. A., ED, 281, 283, 310 


Smith 


I N , ED, 254, 255, 310 


Smith 


!., ED, 269 


Smith 


K R , A&S, 339 


Smith 


K. R.. |r , ED, 339 


Smith 


L P., ED, 339 


Smith 


M W, B&l, 234, 252 


Smith 


M. O, A&S, 182, 339 


Smith 


M. F , ED, 145, 339 


Smith 


M C , ED, 153, 339 


Smith 


M M., ENG, 339 


Smith 


M. R , ENG, 233, 282 


Smith 


N A , ED, 339 


Smith 


N. C , A&S, 339 


Smith 


N. L„ A&S, 149 


Smith 


N L , B&l, 339 


Smith 


O ., Ir , ED, 310 


Smith 


P. I , ED, 339 


Smith 


P. P., B&l, 310 


Smith 


P. L W , A&S, 236, 237 


Smith 


R K„ III, B&l, 172 


Smith 


R. E., FO, 261, 310 


Smith 


R A , B&l, 339 


Smith 


, R D , FO, 339 


Smith 


R H , B&l, 310 


Smith 


, R. M., AG, 181, 222 


Smith 


. R R , |r., B&l, 310 


Smith 


, R W, A&S, 175 


Smith 


, R W , AG, 232 


Smith 


, R , |r., ENG, 339 


Smith 


, S A , B&l, 339 


Smith 


, S A , ED, 339 


Smith 


, S. |., ED, 310 


Smith 


, S M , A&S, 339 


Smith 


, S L F , B&l, 310 


Smith 


, S. L , B&l, 143 


Smith 


, S. L„ ED, 145 


Smith 


, T I , AC, 232 


Smith 


, T. C, AG, 230, 310 


Smith 


, T, W , A&S, 339 


Smith 


, V C, ED, 269, 310 


Smith 


, V. L., ED, 268, 310 


Smith 


, W. L., A&S, 175, 1%, 213 


Smith 


, W. O., |r„ B&l, 339 


Smith 


, W P , AG, 260, 339 



Smitherman, ) E., AG, 339 
Smitherman, I E., Jr., B&l, 252 
Smitherman, M R., B&l, 171 
Smithson, |. A., A&S, 177 
Smylie, W E„ B&l, 310 
Snapka, C. D , A&S, 339 
Snipes, C W , |r., ENG, 339 
Snipes, |. E , ENG, 310 
Snowden, |. M,, ENG, 339 
Snowden, R L , ED, 83, 153 
Snyder, W. D , ED, 310 
Solhe, C. R., |r,, A&S, 310 
Sollie, D. L., A&S, 239, 339 
Solomon, |. M., II, ENC, 140, 156, 157 
Solomon, |, D., B&l, 175 
Solomon, W. L., B&l, 93, 162 
Somers, |. S., B&l, 162, 339 
Sonnek, C. C, ENC, 339 
Sorrell, |. A., ENG, 310 
Sorrells, I. C, ENG, 233, 311 
Sorrells, M. A., ED, 339 
Sorrels, D. W., B&l, 179 
Spainhour, I P., B&l, 158 
Sparks, |. F„ AC, 62, 263, 339 
Sparks, T. L , B&l, 147, 199, 268 
Sparrow, |. M., B&l, 164, 339 
Speakes, V M , ED, 191, 195 
Spearman, I M., |r., B&l, 311 
Spears, A. L., B&K, 252, 311 
Speed, S., AG, 145, 247, 339 



Speed, V. K , ED, 269, 311 

Speed, W. GR, 318 

Speights, M L., ED, 311 

Speir, H. L, B&l, 339 

Spencer, B. C, A&S, 239 

Spencer, D. K., ED, 339 

Spencer, H W , AC, 340 

Spencer, I L., B&l, 147, 340 

Spencer, M. H., ED, 311 

Spencer, M P , ED, 222, 340 

Spencer, S. M , A&S, 340 

Spica, R. |„ ED, 111, 116 

Spiva, B. |., ED, 340 

Spiva, S., A&S, 340 

Spivey, D |., A&S, 153 

Spoon, L. C, A&S, 245 

Spraberry, I B., A&S, 340 

Spraberry, R P., ED, 340 

Spradling, S. )., ENC, 241, 311 

Spragins, C. F., ED, 175, 260 

Spragins, M. W., B&l, 175 

Sprayberry, |. E., ED, 340 

Springer, C. F„ FO, 261 

Spruill, D. L„ B&l, 149 

Sri-Arunotai, S., GR, 267, 318 

Stacy, M. B., A&S, 340 

Stafford, D. E., A&S, 340 

Stafford, I P , GR. 318 

Stallings, ). D., B&l, 164 

Stallings, I. L, B&l, 164, 240 

Stallings, S. L„ ED, 145 

Stamey, B. B., AG, 340 

Stamps, E. C, B&l, 222, 340 

Stamps, I. A., B&l, 340 

Stanfield, T E „ ENG, 249, 340 

Stanford, W. D., AG, 340 

Stanley, |, A., ED, 340 

Stanton, I C, A&S, 145, 249 

Slanton, R. M., B&l, 340 

Starnes, P. I., B&l, 340 

Starr, C. B., A&S, 145 

Starretl, M K , B&l, 164 

Steel, D. L., B&l, 162, 340 

Steele, C. L„ ED, 143, 340 

Steele, D. D , ENC, 340 

Steele, M. K„ AC, 151, 263, 340 

Steen, S. L, ED, 340 

Steen, S. R„ B&l. 311 

Stegall, C ) , ENC, 340 

Steinberg, L. L, B&l, 311 

Stennis, O. R., B&l, 172 

Stephens, D S , B&l, 143, 340 

Stephens, I. O, ENG, 182, 340 

Stephens, P. K., ED, 222, 311 

Stephens, S , ED, 272, 340 

Stephens, S. S„ B&l, 311 

Stephenson, |. L., AC, 160, 218, 230, 

240, 311 
Stephenson, I W , |r„ ENC, 340 
Stephenson, R. |., A&S, 153, 340 
Sterdivant, S. L„ ED, 340 
Sterling, I. L., A&S, 228, 311 
Stevens, A. L., B&l, 340 
Stevens, A. B., Ill, A&S, 162 
Stevens, K. L., ED, 143, 197, 217 
Stevens, M. A., A&S, 340 
Stevens, W. N., |r., A&S, 209, 235 
Stevens, W. F , FO, 175 
Stevenson, A. F., ED, 311 
Steverson, B. ]., ED, 311 
Steward, K. T., A&S, 168, 340 
Stewart, D. H., |r., A&S, 311 
Stewart, D. L , Ir , B&l, 340 
Stewart, I. A., ED, 340 
Stewart, ). W , |r, AC, 243, 256, 311 
Stewart, K. C, Ir., FO, 208, 246 
Stewart, L L„ B&l, 151 
Stewart, L. S. W., A&S, 239 
Stewart, M. M., A&S, 340 
Stewart, N. M., ENG, 238, 340 
Stewart, R. L., B&l, 311 
Stewart, R. L. P , CR, 318 
Stewart, R. S„ FO, 311 
Stewart, S. E., ED, 311 
Stewart, W. C., Ir , ED, 340 
Stillions, |. E., Ill, B&l, 164 
Stocker, K. W„ FO, 222, 261 
Stokes, B. R., AC, 160, 242, 243, 246, 

340 
Stokes, B. |, ENG, 340 
Stokes, D. K., FO, 340 
Stokes, W. C., ENC, 340 
Stone, C. |„ B&l, 271, 311 
Stone, H. E., Ir , ENC, 340 
Stone, I E , ED, 145, 199, 202, 224, 225, 

247, 280 
Stone, O. P., A&S, 164 
Stortz, L. A., |r., ENG, 311 
Story, M. A., A&S, 311 
Strachan, G K. H., ED, 340 



371 



Strachan, W. F., CR. 318 

Strahan, R. C, ENC, 204, 205, 311 

Strahan, T. C, B&l, 89, 94 

Strain, C. A., ED, 70, 81, 92, 141, 145, 

189, 195, 197, 275, 311 
Strange, J. T„ A&S, 175 
Strange, I. N., Jr., A&S, 340 
Strange, P. A., ED, 340 
Strazi, T. A., B&l, 340 
Strebeck, R A.. ED, 340 
Street, E. W , ED, 311 
Street, C. P.. B&l, 340 
Street, ]. E., CR, 246 
Street, W. C, A&S, 340 
Stribling, E. R„ ENC, 340 
Strlbllng, |. C, Jr.. B&l, 340 
Stribling, V. )., A&S, 311 
Stricklin, M A., ED, 340 
Stringer, A D., B&l, 340 
Stringer, B. D, A&S, 311 
Stringer, D. H , FO, 340 
Stringer, H. K., AC, 311 
Stringer, |. H., A&S, 340 
Stringer, |. P., AG, 311 
Stringer, L O , ED, 340 
Stringer, R S., ED, 340 
Strong, A. R., ED, 311 
Strong, |. L., AC, 340 
Strong, K. E , B&l, 340 
Stroud, P. L., ED, 340 
Stroud, R M., ED, 311 
Stuart, D. R , AC, 263, 340 
Stuart, D. A., |r., ENC, 340 
Stuart, D. B., GR, 318 
Stuart, F. D., ENC, 182 
Stuart, | L., FO, 261, 340 
Stuart, L. E , ED, 311 
Stuart, M. A. A., ED, 311 
Stuart, N. C, CR, 239, 318 
Stuart, W. B., Jr., GR, 318 
Stubbs, M. E., A&S, 219, 340 
Stubbs, P. S., A&S, 147, 340 
Stump, R. B., )r., ENC, 340 
Sturdivant, B. J., B&l, 143 
Stutzman, R E., B&l, 166 
Sudbeck, D C., A&S, 285 
Sudbeck, L. B„ ED, 340 
Sudduth, C M., Jr., B&l, 311 
Sudduth, D. W„ ED, 272, 340 
Sudduth, E. P., ENG, 164, 340 
Sudduth, M., A&S, 340 
Sullivan, C. L, A&S, 143 
Sullivan, C. M., ED, 311 
Sullivan, |. P., GR, 209, 235 
Sullivan, L. G , AC, 340 
Sullivan, M. L, A&S, 143, 340 
Sullivan, S. L., GR, 318 
Sullivan, T. L, AG, 311 
Sumrnerour, Y. M., ENG, 340 
Summers, |. S., AG, 311 
Summers, P. K., ED, 340 
Summers, P. G, B&l, 162, 189, 193, 

195, 1%, 209, 234, 235, 311 
Summers, S , B&l, 147, 340 
Sumrall. R. S., ENG, 168, 340 
Sumrall, S. T., 164, 279, 340 
Sumrall, W. R , Ill, AG, 340 
Surakiat, S , GR, 318 
Sutherland, C A., B&l, 147, 236, 237, 

340 
Sutherland, |. A., Jr., ENC, 140, 156, 

157, 340 
Sutherland, S. L, ED, 147, 236, 340 
Sutphen, F M., ENC, 164, 193, 1%, 

208, 246, 340 
Sutphin, C. I., A&S, 340 
Sutterfield, G. L., A&S, 340 
Suttle, R. L., A&S, 340 
Swain, G. K, B&l, 240, 252, 311 
Swain, R. K., ENG, 182, 253, 340 
Swan, C T , A&S, 340 
Swayze, I. H., AC, 162, 340 
Swayze, S. D., A&S, 162, 340 
Swearengen, P., B&l, 271, 340 
Sweeney, C. ]., B&l, 140, 181 
Swilley, B. )., ED, 147, 236 
Swilley, R. R., A&S, 172 
Swilley, T. A., AC, 340 
Swords, M. )., ED, 272 
Sykes, C. M., B&l, 311 
Sykes, H. E , ED, 311 



Tadlock, |. R., AG, 279, 340 
Talbot, G. B., |r., A&S, 340 
Tallant, E., B&l, 311 
Tallant, R. E., B&l, 340 



Talley, W. H„ ED, 340 

Tanner, N. E., ED, 340 

Tanner, R. M., ENC, 341 

Tape, |. E„ B&l, 341 

Tardy, C. H., B&l, 227 

Tarleton, K., ED, 341 

Tartt, S. W., A&S, 164, 198 

Tate, |. D , ENG, 270, 341 

Tate, R. H., B&l, 164 

Tate, W. E., ENG, 341 

Tate, W. F„ ENG, 160, 238, 341 

Tatum, D H , AC, 311 

Tatum, R. D , B&l, 222 

Tavenner, D. M., B&l, 341 

Taylor, A. C., ENG, 228, 341 

Taylor, A. R., A&S, 175 

Taylor, B. P , A&S, 341 

Taylor, C. M., AG, 311 

Taylor, D C, B&l, 162 

Taylor, D. K., ED, 149 

Taylor, G. L , B&l, 341 

Taylor, ). P., ED, 164 

Taylor, |. E„ A&S, 162, 341 

Taylor, |. R., B&l, 93 

Taylor, |. L„ A&S, 147, 341 

Taylor, |. E , ED, 341 

Taylor, L. T., ENG, 341 

Taylor, M. W., A&S, 311 

Taylor, M. V., A&S, 341 

Taylor, P H , A&S, 282, 283 

Taylor, RE., ENG, 235 

Taylor, R.S., B&l, 174, 209 

Taylor, R. P., ENC, 164, 341 

Taylor, S. D., B&l, 341 

Taylor, V. P., A&S, 175, 341 

Taylor, W. M , CR, 318 

Taylor, W. N,, B&l, 172 

Taylor, W. S., ENC, 164 

Teaford, |. W., FO, 187, 192, 195, 1%, 

208, 242, 246, 261, 290, 311 
Teasley, B. D , A&S, 341 
Teaster, |. C, ENG, 341 
Temple, F. L., FO, 171, 242, 246, 261, 

290, 311 
Temple, G. |, A&S, 341 
Temple, H. K., B&l, 341 
Temple, |. A., B&l, 252 
Temple, T. W , ENG, 241, 311 
Temple, W. M., A&S, 278 
Templeton, D. B., B&l, 179 
Templeton, K A , ED, 224, 280 
Templeton, V. |, B&l, 341 
Tennyson, G. |., ENG, 341 
Tennyson, I M , GR, 220, 318 
Thames, K. R„ B&l, 164, 341 
Thames, R D„ AC, 341 
Thatch, |. E„ ENC, 284, 341 
Thomas, C. E., ENG, 341 
Thomas, E„ B&l, 341 
Thomas, E P., AG, 277 
Thomas, F. W., ENG, 224 
Thomas, H. L, ED, 341 
Thomas, |. L., A&S, 181 
Thomas, |. K., GR, 208, 239, 246 
Thomas, |. R , ED, 224, 225, 274, 341 
Thomas, |. M„ A&S, 153, 341 
Thomas, L. K., ED, 153, 311 
Thomas, L. O, ED, 141, 143, 199, 341 
Thomas, M. L., ED, 145, 341 
Thomas, R. L, GR, 318 
Thomas, R. L., ENG, 341 
Thomas, R S., A&S, 341 
Thomas, S. E., ED, 341 
Thomas, T. N., AG, 341 
Thomas, V. N., A&S, 153, 341 
Thompson, C L , AG, 160, 341 
Thompson, D. A., A&S, 143, 341 
Thompson, D. S , B&l, 341 
Thompson, E. A., ED, 270 
Thompson, E O , 145, 222, 247, 311 
Thompson, F., A&S, 341 
Thompson, F. A., ED, 341 
Thompson, H M., ED, 279, 312 
Thompson, |. E., AG, 261, 341 
Thompson, |. E., ED, 145, 224, 247 
Thompson, | B ., FO, 248, 312 
Thompson, L M., A&S, 341 
Thompson, L. S., ED, 341 
Thompson, M. B., A&S, 341 
Thompson, M. D., ED, 143 
Thompson, M. R. L., B&l, 312 
Thompson, N. A., GR, 318 
Thompson, R. F., AG, 341 
Thompson, R. D , ENG, 341 
Thompson, R. T., ED, 312 
Thompson, R. H., B&l, 312 
Thompson, S. K„ ED, 312 
Thompson, S. F., ED, 341 



Thompson, S. C, A&S, 341 
Thompson, S. N., ED, 145, 247, 272, 

341 
Thompson, T. E., AG, 266 
Thompson, T, R,, AG, 154 
Thorns, R H., B&l, 164 
Thomson, T. V., A&S, 341 
Thorn, C. Y. R„ ED, 312 
Thorn, E. L, ENG, 341 
Thorn, J. H„ ENG, 312 
Thorn, M. C, ED, 341 
Thorne, D R., B&l, 312 
Thorne, G. W., AG, 312 
Thorne, R. H„ ED, 281 
Thornhill, D. L., ENG, 312 
Thornton, D. L, AG, 277 
Thornton, I , ED, 312 
Thornton, |. E., A&S, 312 
Thornton, M. |, A&S, 234 
Thornton, P. H., IV, AG, 166 
Thornton, S. B., Ill, ENG, 341 
Thornton, V. K., ED, 341 
Thrash, |. D , AG, 341 
Thrash, K. R., ED, 272, 341 
Threet, S I., ED, 151, 199, 341 
Throop, R. H., ED, 147, 341 
Thumar, B. G , GR, 318 
Tidwell, |. M„ AG, 266, 312 
Tidwell, W. A., ED, 318 
Tierce, C L , A&S, 341 
Tillery, )., A&S, 153 
Tillery, N. E. G , ED, 275 
Tillman, E. L., ED, 312 
Tillson, J. A., ENG, 270, 341 
Tillson, |. M., AG, 230, 312 
Tingle, I L , FO, 242, 290, 312 
Tingle, P. A C., ED, 312 
Tinsley, P. P., Jr., ENG, 198, 341 
Tipton, H. E., ED, 341 
Tipton, M. D„ ED, 83, 143 
Tiranasar, C., GR, 318 
Todd, A. E., A&S, 341 
Tolar, R. A., ED, 341 
Tolbert, G. A., ENC, 312 
Tolleson, R A., A&S, 341 
Tom, D. C, A&S, 278, 341 
Tomlinson, |, A., AG, 175, 243 
Tonkin, S. F., A&S, 218, 312 
Topp, R. C, B&l, 177 
Towery, L. A., A&S, 153, 341 
Townsend, A. L , CR, 318 
Townsend, A. E., ENC, 341 
Townsend, B. P., ENC, 270, 312 
Townsend, I R , Jr., GR, 261 
Townsend, |. D , B&l, 312 
Townsend, L. B , B&l, 208, 245, 251 
Townsend, M. E. G , A&S, 341 
Trahan, E. )., 241, 312 
Trahan, T. A., AG, 282 
Tramel, W. M., Jr., A&S, 341 
Trantham, B. A., ED, 341 
Trapp, A H., B&l, 252, 312 
Trapp, T. )., Jr., ENG, 182 
Travillion, K. C, ENG, 228, 291, 312 
Travis, N. B, Ill, A&S, 172 
Trawick, T. L., B&l, 151, 252, 275, 312 
Trehern, S.P., B&l, 177 
Trenor, S. )., ED, 224, 341 
Treppendahl, V. M., B&l, 145, 341 
Tressler, | L., AG, 245 
Trevett, W. E., B&l, 248 
Trevillion, D. E., B&l, 175, 275 
Tribble, H. R., AG, 175 
Tribble, M G., AG, 175 
Trigleth, E M., ENG, 341 
Trimble, S. K., A&S, 341 
Triplet!, H. P., ENG, 341 
Triplett, |. C, ENC, 341 
Triplet!, M. W., B&l, 140, 179, 245, 312 
Triplett, R. W., |r , ENC, 249, 341 
Trosclair, |. M., ED, 143 
Troskey, P. A., B&l, 198, 341 
Trotter, S. C, ED, 312 
Troxell, |. C, A&S, 199, 341 
Truesdale, W. L., B&l, 341 
Truet!, E. A., Ill, FO, 140, 162, 261, 290 
Truhei!, P. J., B&l, 341 
Truhell, P. |„ B&l, 341 
Truitt, B. M., ED, 145, 197, 226, 312 
Truitt, L. E., AG, 145 
Tu, M. N., GR, 318 
Tubb, C. D., A&S, 341 
Tubbs, B D., A&S, 164, 341 
Tucker, A. G., ED, 341 
Tucker, C. T., B&l, 166 
Tucker, D. A., ED, 141, 153, 236 
Tucker, F. S., A&S, 282 
Tucker, |. D„ ENG, 341 



Tucker, P. G., ENG, 341 
Tucker, P. |„ A&S, 278 
Tucker, S. A., ED, 83, 92, 145, 247, 270, 

341 
Tucker, T E., ENG, 245, 312 
Tucker, T. K., AG, 266 
Tuggle, R. W., A&S, 341 
Tullos, R. A., ED, 151 
Tunstall, C. D., B&l, 177, 312 
Tunstall, C. L. N , ED, 270, 312 
Turcotte, P., A&S, 222 
Turnage, L. A , ED, 341 
Turner, A. D , AG, 160, 232, 242, 243 
Turner, B. H., A&S, 278, 341 
Turner, D. W„ |r„ B&l, 181, 312 
Turner, D. F., A&S, 341 
Turner, E B , ENC, 341 
Turner, G E., A&S, 341 
Turner, G C, A&S, 342 
Turner, M. L., A&S, 289, 342 
Turner, M. C, |r., ENG, 250, 342 
Turner, O. M., ENC, 220, 312 
Turner, R. E., B&l, 177, 342 
Turner, R H , ED, 220, 342 
Turner, S. A H , ED, 342 
Turner, S. E„ A&S, 76, 147, 202, 214, 

236, 237, 270, 280, 342 
Turnipseed, E. R., AG, 149, 212, 213, 

263, 342 
Turpin, EL, ED, 145, 214, 342 
Tutor, I N , ED, 312 
Twyner, B. S., |r„ A&S, 228, 342 
Tyner, ). E., )r., A&S, 172 
Tynes, D. M., AG, 342 
Tyrone, C L , CR, 318 



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Ueltschey, W. C, B&l, 50, 164, 193, 

1%, 260, 281, 312 
Uithoven, M. W., B&l, 312 
Upshur, C. I., ENG, 342 



Valentine, K S., A&S, 342 

Valentine, P. R., ED, 224, 342 

Valentine, V., ED, 342 

Valentine, V., GR, 270 

Valentour, M. S„ ED, 143, 342 

Van Devender, M. C, B&l, 156, 342 

Van Horn, |. R., B&l, 342 

Vance, C, ED, 275, 312 

Vance, |. D., |r., ENG, 241, 312 

Vance, S. V., ED, 151, 312 

Vandevender, W. T , B&l, 175 

Vandiver, M. A., A&S, 266 

Vanich, V., GR, 318 

Vanlandingham, A. H., ED, 111, 272 

Vanlandingham, E. )., A&S, 342 

Vann, S. R., A&S, 312 

Varnado, R V., B&l, 158, 252, 312 

Varner, D. A., ED, 312 

Varner, S., AG, 277 

Vaughan, E. L., Ill, ED, 312 

Vaughn, C. H., |r., ENG, 342 

Vaughn, E. D., A&S, 228, 342 

Vaughn, I P., CR, 272 

Vaughn, M. A., ED, 342 

Vaughn, M C, ED, 268 

Vaughn, P. S., A&S, 342 

Vaught, G. A., Ill, B&l, 312 

Vechorik, T. L. M., A&S, 222 

Vernon, D E., |r„ ENG, 342 

Vertz, R. )., ENG, 287, 312 

Vetrano, V. A., ED, 342 

Vickers, ). T., B&l, 342 

Vierling, |. R., ENG, 204, 312 

Vincent, |. S., Jr., A&S, 175, 342 

Vincent, M D., B&l, 342 

Vincent, R. E., AG, 279, 342 

Vincent, S. M., Jr., ENG, 245 

Vinson, C. V., A&S, 342 

Virden, A. E., ED, 145, 378 

Virden, |. G., A&S, 145, 342, 377 

Virden, T C., B&l, 162, 342 

Virden, V. H., ED, 312 

Von Kohn, B. R., ED, 342 

Vosburgh, M. D., A&S, 177, 342 

Vosburgh, R. A., A&S, 342 

Voss, D. R., A&S, 111, 117, 162, 193, 

206, 312 
Vowell, B. K. M„ AG, 312 

W 

Wachs, S. D., ENG, 342 
Waddell, C. A., A&S, 278, 342 



Waddle, ). G., ED, 272, 312 

Wade, C. M., AG, 230, 342 

Wade, D. L., ED, 149, 342 

Wade, D. K., ENG, 238, 313 

Wade, H E., AG, 279 

Wade, |. D., A&S, 207 

Wade, K. L, A&S, 149, 342 

Wade, L. A., A&S, 78, 313 

Wade, W. C, GR, 270 

Wadlmgton, W. R., |r., A&S, 342 

Wadsworth, P., ED, 342 

Waggener, I. E„ B&l, 222 

Waggener, O M., AG, 171 

Waggoner, C. A., A&S, 342 

Waggoner, |. A., ENG, 164, 313 

Waggoner, M. |., A&S, 342 

Waggoner, S G , ED, 313 

Wagoner, R., A&S, 213, 214 

Wakeman, M, |„ A&S, 151 

Walden, J. L., GR, 240 

Walden, W. R., Jr., ED, 342 

Waldrop, D. M., AC, 342 

Walhood, S. C, A&S, 166, 222, 342 

Walker, A. B., A&S, 313 

Walker, A., A&S, 342 

Walker, C. C, AC, 160 

Walker, C. T„ ED, 313 

Walker, C. D„ B&l, 172, 245 

Walker, C. L., A&S, 153 

Walker, D. E., ENG, 198 

Walker, E. C, A&S, 342 

Walker, F. M., AG, 342 

Walker, |. C, A&S, 342 

Walker, J. C., A&S, 141, 149 

Walker, J. A., A&S, 342 

Walker, K. )., AC, 153 

Walker, M. )., ED, 154 

Walker, M. W,, ENG, 222 

Walker, R. W., A&S, 342 

Walker, R. A., ED, 175, 246, 260 

Walker, R. G., GR, 318 

Walker, R. P., B&l, 175 

Walker, S. D„ A&S, 216, 228, 342 

Walker, T. E., B&l, 164 

Walker, T. H„ ENG, 202 

Walker, W. M., AG, 342 

Walker, W. W,, GR, 318 

Walker, W., B&l, 147, 206, 220, 342, 

379 
Wallace, C. R., ENG, 250 
Wallace, C. A., Jr., A&S, 172, 342 
Wallace, C. E., B&l, 171, 245 
Wallace, G. V., ENC, 204, 233, 313 
Wallace, |, C, ENC, 342 
Wallace, K. W , AG, 277, 342 
Wallace, N. A., A&S, 342 
Wallace, R. E., B&S, 342 
Waller, D. J., AG, 256, 284, 342 
Waller, T. B., AG, 277, 342 
Waller, W. L., Jr., A&S, 179, 213, 214, 

245, 342 
Waller, W. L., Jr., ENG, 342 
Wallis, C I , ED, 313 
Wallis, E. N., ED, 342 
Walls, B. J., B&l, 179, 313 
Walsh, J. P., A&S, 342 
Walter, |. F., B&l, 171, 342 
Walters, E. R., A&S, 342 
Walters, J. R., CR, 318 
Walters, M. O, AG, 282 
Walters, R. B„ B&l, 281 
Walters, W., ENG, 313 
Waltman, R. G., ED, 265, 313 
Walton, A., A&S, 342 
Walton, D. E„ ED, 342 
Walton, J. L., Ill, ENG, 241, 313 
Walton, L. E., A&S, 342 
Walton, M. E., B&l, 175 
Walton, N. C, B&l, 206, 240, 342, 377 
Walton, R. G., A&S, 175 
Wamble, D. E., ED, 313 
Wansley, S. A., AG, 342 
Ward, D. J., ED, 236, 275, 313 
Ward, D., A&S, 342 
Ward, L. E., ED, 313 
Ward, S. G., AG, 143, 342 
Wardlaw, C. M„ ED, 313 
Ware, J. D., Jr., A&S, 222, 253 
Ware, S. R., ED, 342 
Waring, D. P., B&l, III, 177 
Warner, P. J., ED, 342 
Warnock, J. A., B&l, 147, 342 
Warren, K. E., A&S, 342 
Warren, M. E., Jr., CR, 252, 318 
Washington, E. S., ENG, 228, 291 
Wasson, C. S., GR, 204 
Waters, R. M., Ill, ENG, 175 
Watkins, J. W., ENC, 203, 287, 313 



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Watkins, K. R , B&l, 171 

Walkins, L L, CR, 171 

Watkins, M. )., AC, 151, 263, 342 

Walkins, R. M., AC, 175 

Walkins, R. M., CR, 277 

Walkins, S E , ED, 151, 153, 275, 342 

Watson, D A L , ED, 313 

Watson, E. C, CR, 318 

Watson, E. M , ED, 342 

Watson, H P., A&S, 172, 342 

Walson, K. |., A&S, 342 

Watson, W. V., B&l, 171 

Wallers, B. P., B&l, 177 

Wallers, S. E.. Ill, B&l, 177, 313 

Walterson, Z L , ED, 275, 342 

Walts, A. R., ED, 145, 272, 342 

Watts, A. C, CR, 318 

Watts, C. M., B&l, 313 

Watts, S. C. ED, 265, 313 

Watts. T. I., A&S, 177 

Watts, T. B., CR, 318 

Watts, V. L„ A&S, 342 

Watts, W. O., B&l, 166 

Waycaster, |. O., ENC, 342 

Waycaster, P. A., AC, 262 

Weathers, I E , AC, 342 

Weathersby, T. E., A&S, 313 

Weaver, M F , CR, 242, 318 

Weaver, M. E., ED, 151 

Webb. D M., B&l, 342 

Webb, H. C , ENC, 175 

Webb. H. W.. Jr., ENC, 241 

Webb. I R., AC, 266, 342 

Webb, M. K., ENC, 261, 313 

Webb, P C . AC, 153, 216, 263, 342 

Webb, P R , AC, 262, 342 

Webb, S. L., AC, 247, 342 

Webb, T. M, Jr., FO, 313 

Webber, R , ED, 228, 342 

Webster, W. H., ENC, 220, 342 

Wedgeworlh, |. H , B&l, 168, 202, 214, 

218. 342 
Wedgeworth, M. M., AC, 145, 202, 

216, 263, 342, 379 
Wedgeworth, R. D., AC, 256 
Weed, R. W , B&l, 343 
Weed, R. A., ENC, 343 
Weed, S. D , ED, 343 
Weed, S. C, ED, 199 
Weeks, B. R., A&S, 343 
Weeks, D. D., ED, 343 
Weeks, D. M B., ED, 343 
Weeks, I. C, AC, 313 
Weeks, M. N., CR, 318 
Weir, |. A., ED, 141, 153, 313 
Weir, K. Ft, A&S, 149, 343 
Weir, R. R., A&S, 177 
Welch, D. W., ENC, 182 
Welch, H. O., AC, 277 
Welch, |. E , Jr., A&S, 168 
Welch, I C, ENC, 204, 313 
Welch, L. E„ ENC, 343 
Welch, I. S., B&l, 343 
Welford, V. J.. ED, 343 
Wells, B. B.. A&S, 343 
Wells, B. E., Jr., ENC, 248 
Wells, F. M„ B&l, 281, 313 
Wells, |. S., A&S, 343 
Wells, |. W., Jr., A&S, 343 
Wells, K. C, ENC, 204, 343 
Wells, R. A., A&S, 224 
Wells, S. L., A&S, 245 
Wells, S. P., B&l, 171 
Wesley, D. H„ B&l, 240, 343 
Wesson, M. |., ED, 177 
West, H. )., B&l, 222, 343 
West, I. E., ED, 222, 224, 280 
West, I. C, ED, 222, 272 
West, M. R., B&l, 172, 343 
West, R. L., A&S, 343 
West, R. V., Jr., FO, 261, 290 
West, S E.. CR, 204, 287 
West, W. B, B&l, 158 
Westerfield, R C, ENC, 246, 343 
Westmoreland, D K., B&l, 343 
Westmoreland, E F , B&l, 158, 343 
Weston, F. |., A&S, 313 
Weston, | S., B&l, 181, 343 
Weston, |. A., A&S, 343 
Weston, M D., ENC, 343 
Westphal, |. P., II, A&S, 343 
Whalen, C H„ Jr., ENC, 343 
Wheeler, A. L., CR, 239 
Wheeler, D. I., A&S, 278, 343 
Wheeler, E. S„ A&S, 343 
Wheeler, S. K., ED, 224, 280, 343 
Whetstone, C. E„ AC, 162 
Whetston, S. E., ED, 145, 214, 216 



Whiddon, D. M., AC, 343 

Whitacre, C. M., B&l, 162, 343 

Whitaker, C I., A&S, 149, 343 

Whitaker, |. L., FO. 290 

Whitaker, |. E , ENC, 343 

Whitaker, P. E„ B&l, 175 

While, B. C, ED, 93, 145, 343 

While, B. C , ED, 313 

White, B. O, A&S, 343 

While, C R ., AC, 160, 256 

While, E. A., ED, 313 

White, C. T„ ENC, 270 

White, H., ENC, 164 

White, I. D., B&l, 313 

White, I. S., B&l, 343 

White, |. R., AC, 343 

White, L. K„ ED, 149 

White, M. R., ED, 275, 313 

White, N. F., B&l, 177 

White, P. )., ED, 224, 343 

White, R. C, B&l, 313 

White, R. D , AC, 266, 343 

White, R. C , ED, 313 

While, S. L., ED, 343 

White, S. R., AC, 343 

White, T. W„ ED, 313 

Whitehead, I. A., A&S, 313 

Whiteside, F. M., ENC, 343 

Whiteside, I. A., ED, 343 

Whitfield, D. A., Ill, AC, 261 

Whitfield, R A., ENC, 274, 343 

Whitfield, R. M., AC, 256, 313 

Whitfield, S. C, ENC, 193, 1%, 203, 

204, 209, 235, 287 
Whitmire, L. S., ENG, 343 
Whitney, R. M., FO, 261 
Whilsett, M. C, A&S, 145, 270, 343 
Whittington, D. A., ENC, 238 
Whittington, M. C, A&S, 149, 236, 

237, 343 
Wicks, C C, A&S, 291, 343 
Wicks, C. R , ED, 343 
Wiggins, B. D., A&S, 142 
Wiggins, C. M., AC, 343 
Wiggins, D. C, A&S, 313 
Wiggins, F, B., A&S, 343 
Wiggins, M. D., Jr.. B&l, 175 
Wiggins, T. R., AC, 172, 198, 343 
Wigginton, |. C, ENG, 313 
Wigle, C. D., A&S, 343 
Wilbanks, E. I., |r., AC, 222 
Wilbanks, R. F„ ED, 343 
Wilbanks, S J., A&S, 343 
Wilbanks, W. K., ED, 343 
Wilbourn, |. M., B&l, 343 
Wilcox, D. L., A&S, 313 
Wilcox, W. O., ENC, 313 
Wilder, H. B., Ill, CR, 190, 192, 194, 

195, 1%, 204, 318 
Wilder, R D., B&l, 343 
Wilemon, B. B.. Jr., ENG, 343 
Wiley, T. L , |r., A&S, 209, 234, 235, 343 
Wilkerson, F. J., B&l, 343 
Wilkerson, C. S„ B&l, 172 
Wilkes, S. C, ED, 149 
Wilkins, W. S., Jr., B&l, 343 

Wilkinson, K., ED, 145, 343 

Wilkinson, M. N., AG, 343 

Willcoxon, E. H., Jr., AC, 266 

Willcoxon, R. C , A&S, 153 

Willcutt, S. L„ ED, 313 

Williams, A. R., AG, 166, 253 

Williams, B. I., ED, 343 

Williams, B. E., A&S, 343 

Williams, C M., ED, 153, 343 

Williams, C. M., B&l, 177 

Williams, C. V., FO, 343 

Williams, D. T., ENC, 270 

Williams, F. K„ CR. 264 

Williams, G. L. B&l, 162 

Williams, G B., ENG, 182 

Williams, G A., ED, 313 

Williams, H. D., Ill, ENC, 172, 343 

Williams, H. E., ED, 313 

Williams, H. G, ED, 343 

Williams, J. N., AG, 256, 262, 343 

Williams, J. M., A&S, 222, 343 

Williams, J. L., ED, 151 

Williams, J. D., B&l, 313 

Williams, I. R , AG, 343 

Williams, K. A., ENG, 238, 287, 313 

Williams, M. B„ ED, 149, 343 

Williams, M. K., ED, 151, 199, 247, 343 

Williams, M. H„ ENG, 343 

Williams, P. J., ED, 265 

Williams, R. K., Jr., ENC, 205 

Williams, R. J., CR, 230 

Williams, R. L„ ED, 313 



Williams, S. I„ A&S, 254 
Williams, T. R, AG, 313 
Williams, T. G, B&l, 175 
Williams, T L , CR, 245 
Williams, T. C, ENC, 172, 343 
Williams, W. C , ENC, 238, 343 
Williams, W T , B&l, 164 
Williamson, A J , ED, 343 
Williamson, D. A., B&l, 313 
Williamson, M. L , B&l, 166 
Williamson, R. A., B&l, 153 
Williamson, S I , B&l, 343 
Williford, C. H., ENG, 343 
Williford, J A., AG, 279 
Williford, M. M., A&S, 224, 313 
Williford, S B , AG, 162 
Williford, S S., ENG, 343 
Williford, W O , |r., ENG, 162 
Willingham, |. D , ENG, 234, 280, 343 
Willis, E. C, A&S, 222, 343 
Williston, C B., AC, 343 
Willoughby, I. C, ED, 313 
Wills, J. T., AG, 313 
Wilson, B. E., Jr., B&l, 166 
Wilson, C. D„ A&S, 343 
Wilson, F. R„ ENG, 343 
Wilson, H. )., B&l, 252, 313 
Wilson, J R R , ED, 269, 314 
Wilson, |. L., ENG, 204, 205, 314 
Wilson, J. L., A&S, 177 
Wilson, J. S., ENG, 313, 314 
Wilson, L. F., A&S, 343 
Wilson, M. T., ENC, 343 
Wilson, M, E., AG, 160, 230, 242, 314 
Wilson, M. L., AC, 153, 263, 343 
Wilson, P M., AC, 279, 343 

Wilson, R O , ED, 343 

Wislon, R W., A&S, 343 

Wislon, R. W., ENG, 343 

Wislon, S. L , ED, 343 

Wilson, S. A., B&l, 179 

Wilson, T. D., ED, 171, 224, 343 

Wislon, W. R., ENC, 205, 314 

Wilson, W. S., AG, 343 

Winbush, E. C, ED, 224, 268, 280, 287, 
314 

Winbush, M. N , A&S, 224, 225, 268, 
289, 343 

Winders, S. I., B&l, 343 

Windham, A. G , ENG, 203, 222 

Windham, R. K., A&S, 153, 222 

Wing, K. J., A&S, 274, 344 

Wingate, F L., A&S, 222, 344 

Wingate, L K., ENG, 209, 222, 235, 253, 
274, 344 

Winkel, B. H., Jr., ED, 162 

Winkel, E. J., B&l, 344 

Winkleiohn, K. M„ ED, 143, 262, 344 

Winston, N, S., B&l, 344 

Winter, D. V , A&S, 344 

Winter, L G R , ED, 344 

Winter, M. B , ED, 153, 344 

Wise, J. M., ED, 344 

Wise, J. D , III, B&l, 172 

Wise, R E , ENG. 344 

Wiseman, K, B., AG, 243, 344 

Wiseman, W. M.„ A&S, 172 

Wisner, J. A., ENC, 164 

Witt, J. A., ENC, 314 

Wolcott, S. C, ED, 282 

Wolfe, V. L., B&l, 344 

Wolski, W. )., B&l, 281, 314 

Womack, O E., B&l, 314 

Wong, C A. J., ED, 344 

Wong, H., B&l, 314 

Wong, M. H., Jr., ENG, 158 

Wood, B. K. W., AG, 314 

Wood, D. E„ A&S, 344 

Wood, G D , B&l, 166 

Wood, G R., ED, 224 

Wood, H. F., B&l, 344 

Wood, L C , Jr., B&l, 344 

Wood, L. A , AG, 314 

Wood, P. L., A&S, 199, 344 

Wood, R. H , B&l, 344 

Wood, R. L., A&S, 344 

Wood, R. H., ENC, 344 

Wood, R. S., A&S, 164 

Wood, S. H., B&l, 156, 157, 240 

Woodell, P. M. E., ED, 344 

Woodley, L. P., Jr., ENC, 205, 287, 314 

Woods, C. W„ B&l, 240, 344 
Woods, J. T., B&l, 344 

Woods, J. F , III, ENC, 344 
Woods, R. S., ED, 193, 314 
Woods, R. L., CR, 240 
Woodstock, D. R., B&l, 314 
Woodward, G L., A&S, 344 



Woodward, J. G, Jr., ENC, 344 
Woodward, T I , AC, 230, 344 
Woody, K L , AC, 147, 344 
Woodyear, T J , B&l, 153, 314 
Woolen, |. H., Ill, ENC, 344 
Woolen, S. L., ED, 314 
Word, I. C , A&S, 344 
Worley, J. N., AC, 261 
Worley, J B , B&l, 281 
Worley, M S , ENG, 253, 344 
Worrell, M. K., B&l, 252, 314 
Wortham, W T , B&l, 314, 344 
Worthy, A, D , B&l, 344 
Wren, D. M., ED, 344 
Wren, R. H., B&l, 162 
Wright, C. L., B&l, 344 
Wright, F R„ Jr., AG, 171 
Wright, M. P., |r., ENG, 284, 344 
Wright, M. L„ A&S, 228, 291, 314 
Wrighl, M E , A&S, 344 
Wright, M. A., B&l, 344 
Wright, O., AC, 149, 344 
Wright, R. H., AG, 344 
Wright, S. V., ED, 149, 344 
Wu, P. K , GR, 318 
Wyatt, F. G, A&S, 171 
Wyckoff, W. G, B&l, 177 
Wynn, P H., Ill, A&S, 164 
Wynne, L. D , B&l, 171 



Yarbrough, T. S., ENG, 234, 344 

Yates, A. M., A&S, 344 

Yates, F. W., ED, 314 

Yates, M. A., A&S, 344 

Yates, M. L., A&S, 147, 202, 222 

Yates, M. D., ENC, 164 

Yates, S. C, A&S, 344 

Yates, W. C, B&l, 314 

Yates, W. R„ AC, 266 

Yeager, J. L., B&l, 158 

Yearber, B. D., B&l, 344 

Young, A. L., Ill, ENC, 222, 274, 314 

Young, C. D., AC, 344 

Young, C. D., ENG, 164 

Young, C. L., ED, 344 

Young, D. B., ED, 147, 344 

Young, F. R., B&l, 314 

Young, G T,, A&S, 344 

Young, J. M., ED, 282 

Young, |. R., ED, 143 

Young, |. L., ENC, 204, 205, 208, 246, 

249 
Young, J. N., ED, 344 
Young, K D., AG, 344 
Young, K. A., ED, 344 
Young, L. K., ED, 224, 314 
Young, L. F., ED, 344 
Young, M. R., ED, 269 
Young, N. D., Jr., A&S, 177 
Young, P A., ED, 149 
Young, S. R„ A&S, 344 
Young, T. H„ Jr., ENG, 234 
Young, W. B., A&S, 344 
Young, W W., |r , B&l, 314 
Younger, J W , A&S, 344 
Younger, M. P., B&l, 344 



Zasoski, M., B&l, 172 
Zepponi, A. R , Jr , B&l, 177 



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Opposite page: Top: Haden Hughes, Editor-in-chief. Bottom: Fran Fletch- 
er, Business Manager. Above left: Nancy Barnard, Executive Secretary. 
Above right: Ned Walton, Assistant Editor. Below: I to r: )ane Virden and 
Martha Armstrong, Academics Editors. 





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Above: Sassy Draper, Business Manager's Assistant. Above right: Melanie 
Barrentine, Greeks. 

Right: Beth Virden, Features. Opposite page: First row, top to bottom: 
Marsha Wedgeworth, Lynn Peterson, Susan Brown; general staff. Second 
row, top to bottom: Cecil Allen, Stephanie McKinnis, Judy Biglane, Judy 
Morris; general staff. Not pictured are general staff members: Wyeth 
Walker, Karen Gordon, and Cathy Harmount. Sandy Davis, Teresa Dodds, 
Chris Stanton, and Willette Smith were extra typists. 



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The first few hours at State 
were lonely ones for some. For 
others they were pleasant and 
consoling. For everyone their 
feelings were short-lived. Regis- 
tration started on Monday, and 
the lines began to form. 

The campus was packed. Girls 
finally got settled in their dorms. 
McKee eased some of the hous- 
ing problems. Students cursed the 
price of books. The monsoon sea- 
son was late. It was hot. 



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Things began to happen. Oklahoma 
had won. Florida had lost. It didn't 
stay at fifty-fifty. Waller vs. Evers was 
the political question. Eighteen year 
olds could now vote. Most knew who 
would win, but not why. Abernethy 
engaged his "Take Government to the 
People/' and the first concert was 
scheduled. The registrar announced a 
record fall enrollment. During it all Se- 
curity worked to alleviate the parking 
problem; everyone got tickets. Wa- 
terbeds were the rage. The Sigma Chis 
had a new house. The IRHC ran out of 
refrigerators. 



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Even before the elections Er- 
nest Thomas, MSU's answer to 
Ralph Nader, protested. The Re- 
flector called it a "double com- 
plaint/' The Judicial Council ov- 
erruled it. The elections went as 
scheduled. Another protest was 
filed and upheld. The Elections 
Commissioner resigned. A new 
one was found. A new election 
was held. The same candidates 
were elected. 




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The KA Showcase of Bands 
came. It was a mini Woodstock 
on the fraternity lawn. GDI's 
even approved of it. It was the 
last one. The Baptists of Stark- 
vi lie advocated prohibition in 
Oktibbeha County while Mill- 
saps College okayed a Holiday 
Inn and bar on school grounds. 
Student deferments for fresh- 
men were ended. SOT was 
founded. The weather was 
beautiful. Senator Stennis ap- 



peared for the dedication of the 
library addition. Nitty Gritty was 
great. Students howled at their 
Summer of '42 and strained to 
see The Stewardesses through 
3D glasses. Homecoming mo- 
mentarily broke the losing 
streak. Dorm visitation became 
a popular issue, but not with the 
Board. Karen Tarleton won the 
Gremlin. Ticket Sales for Rare 
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Floured KD's and soaked ATO's were part of the Halloween 
Carnival. The Rare Earth canceled. The Guess Who should 
have; the SA lost it's pocketbook. Oktibbeha went wet. Evers 
lost the gubernatorial race. You're a Good Man Charlie Brown 
cheered it all up. 

The English Proficiency Test was given and abolished. 
Someone tried to do the same to the Union. Everyone evacu- 
ated the building, but nothing happened. The inconvenience 
was unappreciated. Four students were charged with posses- 
sion of marijuana. The Abernethy-/?e/7ecfor debates began. 
Donald Johnson found the Program Council's lost key. AA + 
didn't get funded by the SA. The soccer team went undefeat- 
ed. 



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Basketball season started and 
relieved the memories of foot- 
ball. Winter still had not arrived. 
Highway 82 continued to claim 
lives. The Reflector continued to 
crusade. 

Despite the temperature the 
Christmas Spirit was felt and at- 
tention was given to children in 
the community. Students 
packed up their books and left 
early for the holidays or stayed 
for that one class they could not 
cut. Some came back early to 
party, finish a research paper, or 
watch the Bulldogs beat Vandy. 



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With January came the cold. The rain was 
tired of waiting and made up for lost time. 
Billy Jack became a hit, and Phase I doubled. 
Activities were limited, interrupted only by an 
occasional basketball game. Exams were com- 
ing and you could feel the tension. Finals be- 
fore Christmas would be a welcomed change. 

Inauguration Day fell during finals. It was a 
time for cramming, playing, or just sleeping. 
Exams were over; second semester had start- 
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Dust and confusion were 
predominate as schedule 
changes were manipulated 
in the Cowbarn. AAA made 
its appearance and an over- 
crowded sorority system 
welcomed it. The Black His- 
tory Week's stereo blasted 
the display's presence, and 
Will Rogers' U.S.A. perform- 
ance surpassed its publicity. 
Bye-Bye Miss American Pie 
grew stale with repetition. 

The SA, having had time 
to bolster its confidence, 
pushed for a third concert. 
The proposed Coliseum 
would assure better enter- 
tainment in the future. 
Meanwhile crusader Thom- 
as protested another Senate 
action — the appointment 
of David Armstrong to a 
Senate vacancy. 




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Elections were sporadic: Best Dressed Coed, Student Asso- 
ciation, and Miss MSU. Only time would tell if the New Miss 
MSU would also become Miss Mississippi as had been the 
case with Jennifer Blair. The Novel IRHC Book Exchange 
showed promise as a competitor to the Bookstore, and the IFC 
sponsored Greek Week. 

Sunworshippers like snakes emerged from their crevices 
armed with blankets and radios to bask in the Mississippi 
Rays. It was impossible to find an empty tennis court. Swim- 
ming holes and golf courses became favorite refuges from ac- 
ademic pressures. Summer was on its way. 

Toward the end there was only one ray of hope on the ath- 
letic agenda — baseball and the shot at another SEC title. 



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And then there were exams. 
The semester was over. You said 
good-bye to your friends, and 
you missed some and never did 
say good-bye to them. 

It was another year at Missis- 
sippi State University. 



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In Closing 



A popular expression is be yourself. By doing this you avoid vanity and bitterness for always there 
are those who are greater or lesser than yourself. This has been the guideline for the 1972 Reveille, tha 
is, to represent the year first and to handle the repercussions later. Following a "controversial" Reveillt 
made this attitude mandatory. On one hand there were those who feared a "liberal" book that woulc 
attack the Establishment. On the other hand were those who expected another "whitewash" year 
book. Reveilles will change from year to year, editor to editor, and likewise will their acceptance b\ 
the majority of students. Therefore, how am I to know that the work of myself and of my staff ha: 
been a success? Always there was the apprehension — would the book be accepted? What would ou 
sketches and copy blocks look like on the printed page? Was all our time and effort a waste? 

All I can say is that we tried. My staff stuck with me to the end. Although their pay was a joking mat 
ter, I knew that once a task was turned over to them, they would put their best into it. Marthc 
Armstrong and Jane Virden were especially helpful in totally preparing the academic section as well a; 
following up on all other sections. Melanie Barrentine supplied the talent for renovating the Greel< 
section, and Beth Virden, Features Editor, boosted morale with expressions like "don't forget to tel 
about the nice people here." Especially helpful was Ned Walton who was more editor than assistant 

More on the technical side were Nicky Drake and Larry Hatfield of Taylor Publishing Company whc 
were more than anxious to make this Reveille the best, and Mike Gentry whose staff of photographer; 
worked double time to see that deadlines were met. 

In closing, remember that time erases many of the painful memories of an experience. This Reveillt 
wasn't intended to be a record of everything you wanted to forget about MSU, but rather an accoun 
of the year so that you could pick out those parts of 1972 that were you. If in trying to please everyone 
we have pleased none, then I am sorry. As time progressed it became evident that some parts of thi; 
year would be omitted forever from our account of it. Perhaps our omission, however, was your gair 
in that you alone can recall the incident. Whatever the case, editing the 1972 Reveille was m^ 
pleasure. 

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