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When we were children, many 
of our parents told us classic sto- 
ries of life back in "the good old 
days." We learned of traditions. A 
time when football heroes and 
sports cars were popular. A time 
when button-down shirts, sailor 
suits, Cheenos or pleated skirts 
were virtually the campus dress 
code. A time when fraternities and 
sororities enjoyed an unusual pop- 
ularity. A time of traditions. 




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Yet when we came to Eastern, 
we found a way of life much like 
that of our parents stories of the 
past. We found a never-never land 
full of Saturday afternoon football 
games, convertibles, blue oxford 
button-downs and lasting friend- 
ships. Our college years were years 
of Classic Traditions. 




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Classic traditions. Perhaps it 
was the University's conservative 
values that helped preserve them. 
Because of its traditional beliefs, 
the University's durability and ma- 
turity were often confused with be- 
ing unprogressive. We didn't live in 
co-ed dorms or have beer on the 
menu in the grill, but we did exist in 
an environment where we could 
live and grow as individuals. 

It is a paradox that the Universi- 
ty's conservative image actually 
feed off of the ever changing indi- 
viduality of its students and staff. 
Tradition survived well on campus 
because of the inner strength of 
the students. 



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From the outside we appeared 
to be a homogenious group bound 
by tradition. Yet upon closer ex- 
amination we found a diverse col- 
lection of individuals, each one in- 
heriting his or her own beliefs and 
attitudes as the year progressed. 




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And as the year progressed, we 
grew closer to the natural beauty 
of the campus. We were by no 
means the first to walk through the 
ravine on a fall day, or sit by Strat- 
ton pond at sunset, yet by doing so 
we added a continuity to our lives. 
The continuity of tradition. 



Mansfield 




Nothing was laced with more 
tradition here on campus than the 
University's social life. For it was 
our college social life that lessened 
the strain from those all night cram 
sessions, term papers, and final ex- 
ams. Things just wouldn't have 
been the same without Saturday 
afternoons on "the hill," midnight 
munchie runs, floor parties, road 
trips, Ma Kelleys and, of course, 
downtown. 



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Despite its' reputation as a "suit- 
case campus," the University pro- 
vided an excellent opportunity to 
live and learn outside of the class- 
room. Between the numerous 
greek games, Student Association 
activities, and campus movies, we 
all found something other than 
studying to help occupy our time 
here between freshman orientation 
and the long awaited graduation 
day. 



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Always a tradition oriented 
school, the University held on to 
customs considered stale by oth- 
ers. Practices such as R.O.T.C. and 
homecoming passed the test of 
time and continued to prosper year 
after year. Much like the activities 
conceived within it, the University 
continued to grow and advance, 
with each new year bringing a dif- 
ferent group of students to live and 
grow in its' traditions. 




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OH EASTERN, MY BEAUTIFUL EASTERN, I WAS 
HERE AT THY BIRTH. ONLY ONE BUILDING THEN, 
ALL ELSE WAS EMPTY EARTH. 

SIXTY MAIDS AND MEN BEFORE ME, SOME ON THY 
DOORSTEPS FROM EARLY MORN, EACH ONE EAGER 
TO KNOW AND LOVE THEE ON THE DAY THAT YOU 
WERE BORN. 

IN THE EARLY DAYS OF EASTERN, WHEN COINS 
WERE SCARCE AND TIMES WERE TOUGH, YOUR 
STANDARDS HIGH, YOU TAUGHT US THE BEST IS 
HARDLY GOOD ENOUGH. 

Poem by: 

Leslie Anderson, Eastern's first graduate, 

class of '09 



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RIGHT: Football games are an important part of 
any student's life, especially at Eastern, and cheer- 
leaders Leesa Newby an^i Mike Ernst keep the 
crowd primed at a home game with Middle Tennes- 



BELOW: Graduation is the ultimate experience for 
most University students. It is the culmination of 
four long years of study and of fun. 




BELOW: The Domino's Pizza man, a close personal 
friend to most University students, makes a fre- 
auent stop at Commonwealth Hall. 







ABOVE: Greek activities are a big part of Student 
Life, and the Sigma Chi Derby provides these 
Kappa Delta sorority sisters with a little fun during 
Derby Week. 



LEFT: Quarters is a popular game for parties and 
get togethers, and Eastern students can play the 
game with the best of them. 



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Student Life 



Student Life at Eastern means different things to 
different people. The term "Student Life" is as broad as 
the campus itself. But a student who first sets foot on 
campus as a freshman immediately sets out to find just 
what his or her life is going to be like. And what they 
find in their four years is as diverse as the students 
themselves. 

In 1983, Student Life on campus encompassed a 
wide variety of activities and events. Some, though 
meaningless to some students, were worth more than 
any amount of money in memories to others. Rush 
parties, intramural sports, clubs, and even late night 
pizzas left lasting impressions on the minds of Universi- 
ty students. 

One such event was the EKCI-Murray State football 
game, the first night game at Eastern since 1968. Spirit 
rose to a new high, as Eastern prepared for the nation- 



ABOVE: Homecoming queen elections teamed 
with the Student Association's Fall Festival, give 
students a chance to socialize in the warm October 



ally televised game. The new computer registration 
system brought students some relief from the long 
lines of registrations past, and .38 Special appeared, 
courtesy of the EKU Centerboard. 

Some less glamorous events also left impressions on 
the minds of University students. Late night "cram- 
ming" for a big exam, long hours of research in the 
library, and those dreaded eight o'clock classes that 
you knew you could never get up for. 

And, of course, who could forget those crazy, wild, 
Thursday nights downtown, and wondering if you'd 
ever be able to get out of bed again. 

The purpose of this section of the book is to capture 
those precious moments that are to be preserved and 
savoured, now and for years to come. They are memo- 
ries to be cherished. They are memories of Student, 
Life. =Sfe 



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THE COMPUTER EM 



When 20 year-old Debra Addison, a junior from 
Booneville, went through registration for the spring 
semester, in a sense, she began a new era — the era of 
the computer. Addison was the first student to register 
through the University's new computer registration sys- 
tem for the spring semester. 

Through the new system, students no longer had to 
face long lines, bulging packets, and running all over 
campus to collect class cards. Cinder the new system, 
what originally took hours to complete was reduced to 
only 10 minutes, and the hectic atmosphere of Alumni 
Coliseum was eliminated. 

One major change was the elimination of the packet 
and class cards. In their place, students received a 
Demographic Data Form, containing pre-printed infor- 
mation about the student. The form is one of the items, 
along with a signed trial schedule form, required for 
entrance to the Registration Center in Room 219 of the 
Combs Building. 

Students were also no longer penalized for having 
mid-term deficiencies. Everyone, 
regardless of his academic stand- 
ing, could register, under the new 
system. 

The length of registration also 
changed from the traditional one 
week period, to a longer time span 
— from Nov. 1 to Dec. 18. A three- 
day registration was also held in 
January, primarily for new stu- 
dents. Also, for the first time, in- 
structors were not listed in the 
Schedule of Classes Bulletin. Stu- 
dents had to go to the various aca- 
demic offices in order to find out 
which instructor taught which 



RIGHT: In 1978, registration meant waiting in long 
lines in Alumni Coliseum, and filling out class 
cards — a drawn out process. 



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course. The Bulletin itself was arranged by alphabetical 
order rather than by colleges, as in the past. 

For students, the most welcome change was the 
shorter waiting time and shorter lines. Since students 
registered in specified time slots according to their clas- 
sification and last names, waiting periods to register 
were considerably less. About 700 students could be 
registered each day under the new system. 

Dr. Joseph Schwendeman, dean of undergraduate 
studies, said that the new system is really quite simple. 
"Students who have been around for awhile may find 
that these changes cause problems the first time they 
register. For newer students, adjustment should be 
much easier," he said. Schwendeman said that there 
was little doubt that the new system would make regis- 
tration "smoother and easier for all concerned." 





ABOVE: Under the new registration system, the 
majority of the work is done by the computer. The 
student's part is easy. 




ABOVE: President J.C. Powell (right) and Dr. Joseph Schwendeman. dean of 
undergraduate studies, watch the computer terminal during a trial run of the 
new registration system. 



Student Life 19 



Let's Get 
Metaphysical 



"Hey, look down there!" 
"What's that guy doing?" 
"I think he's preaching, but it 
doesn't sound like any sermon I've 
ever heard before." 

"Yea, and just listen to those 
guys over there; they're laughing 
at him." 

"I think I've heard of him — yea, 
that's Jed Smock. Somebody said 
he just travels around the country 
with a girl as his sidekick trying to 
get college kids to repent from 
their wicked ways of sex, drugs, 
and rock-n-roll." 

"Come on, we better get going 
to class." 





20 Student Life 




OPPOSITE PAGE: After eight years of preaching, 
39-year-old Jed Smock stiil delivers his message to 
college students across the country. LEFT: Cindy 
Lasseter. Smock's traveling preaching partner, 
clutches her bible in a dramatic jesture. BELOW: 
Lasseter entertains the crowd in front of the Medi 
tation Chapel (PHOTOS BY MANSFIELD) 




Student Life 21 



LET'S GET PHYSICAL 



Olivia Newton-John probably wasn't thinking about 
EKCI when her song hit the charts in the summer of 
1982, but students, young and old, chose to "let their 
bodies talk" in many different ways this year as a 
physical fitness craze swept the campus community. 

Weight lifting, once confined to football locker 
rooms, found its way into the lives of many university 
students. Barbells and benches were common furni- 
ture in many dorm rooms. Weight rooms in Richmond 
found themselves packed to the rafters with fitness- 
crazed people. Women, as well as men, began to see 
the benefits of lifting and became common sights in 
many gyms and weight rooms. 

If weight lifting wasn't your bag, perhaps jogging 
was more your speed. If so, the Varsity Track was 
always swarming with friendly faces with which you 
could sweat, strain, and trade complaints. Jogging 
seemed to be a national past-time, and when the weath- 
er got too bad, the Begley Building track provided a 
haven for those who were determined to lose those few 
extra pounds. 




The Body Shop, in the University Shopping Center, is a favorite hangout for 
weight lifters such as Bradley Taylor, an Owsley Co. native and Bert Turner from 
Dayton, Ohio. Photo by Mansfield. 



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Joggers take their sport very seriously. In order for 
jogging to be effective, one had to run . . . 



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and run. photos by Thompson. 



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Tim Miller, a Richmond native, strains and sweats as he tries to get in shape at 
the Body Shop More and more students turned to weight lifting as a means of 
getting in shape Photo by Mansfield 




The racquet sports also made a 
resurgence on the fitness scene in 
'83. One often had to stand in line 
to get a racquetball court and the 
various tennis courts across camp- 
us were seldom empty unless rain 
had temporarily postponed the 
match. 

So, in '83, muscles strained, 
sweat poured, and pounds fell off 
as Eastern joined the physical fit- 
ness craze that swept the nation. 
Though the time and energy it 
took didn't seem worth it to some, 
those who took the time and exert- 
ed the energy found the results 
most rewarding. 



The racquet sports, tennis and 
racquetball, provide these University 
men a form of exercise, while having a 
good time in the process. Photos by 
Thompson- 



Student Life 23 



Arthur Miller's 



"ALL MY SONS" 



An impressive cast, an exceptional set, and an ex- 
plosive plot were just a few of the highlights of the EKCJ 
Theatre Department's first production, Arthur Miller's 
"All My Sons." 

The play took place in Iowa, during the post-World 
War II years, in the backyard of the Keller family home. 
With the war over, one of the Keller's sons failed to 
return and the family attempts to cope with the realiza- 
tion that he may never return. The plot built until the 
climax in the second act, when the truth about the 
incident of the son's death was exposed, leaving the 
audience in Gifford Theatre spellbound. 

The set remained constant throughout the play. It 
consisted of the back of the Keller house on stage, 
complete with porch swing and live plants in the win- 
dow boxes. The back-drop of the stage changed color 
dramatically during the course of the play, creating the 
effect of change in the time of day. 

The cast itself was a superb blend of actors who lent 
themselves totally to their characters. Marshall Craw- 
ford played Joe Keller, head of the family and father to 
the missing boy, who tried, unsuccessfully to hide his 
darkened past from his remaining son. Monica Roberts 
portrayed Ann Deever, widow of the soldier, who finds 
herself caught between her love for the Kellers and her 
loyalty to her own family. Chris Keller, the youngest 
son, was played by Jordon Hines. He was torn between 
the love of his family and love of Ann, his brother's 
widowed wife. Even 7-year old Ryan Fields was strong 
as a neighborhood kid. 

The strongest and most convincing character was 
the mother, Kate, played by Carol Ann Cornett. As the 
focal point of the play, Kate refuses to believe that her 
son is dead, and nervously awaits his eventual return. 
Cornett 's emotion-charged portrayal of a mother cher- 
ishing the memories of her son, left the audience gasp- 
ing at the close of the play. 

Big band music from the 1940's played between acts 
carried the audience back in time with the characters 
and added to the post-war spirit of the play. 

"All My Sons" entered and won first place in the 
Kentucky Theatre Association Play Festival in Lexing- 
ton in November, making them the Kentucky represen- 
tative to the American College Theatre Festival later in 
the year. 

The play was directed by Dr. Jay Fields 



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LEFT: Chris Keller and his mother. Kate. (Jordon 
Hines, Carol Ann Cornett) argue about his future 
with Ann, his brother's widowed wife. PHOTOS 
BY THOMPSON. 





EFT: George Deever (Robert Hoagland II) tries to convince his sister, Ann 
Monica Roberts), to return home with him. ABOVE: In one of the play's lighter 
noments, Kate tries on a hat made by neighbor, Lydia Lubey (Karen McLean). 



ABOVE: Chris and Ann confess their love for each other in the first act 



Student Life 2 




Campus Work ... 

sometimes fun; maybe work; always experience 



For many University students, working becomes a 
fact of life before graduation. According to Herb Ves- 
cio. Director of Financial Aid. the University is employ- 
ing 1400 students on the College Work Study program 
and 750 students for Institutional work in 1982. 

Vescio comments. "Eastern appears unique in stu- 
dent job placement in that our Student Employment 
office is run similar to a personnel office: we try to 
place students in jobs that relate to their major." 



"Inspecting the girls' dorms gets a little hairy some- 
times, especially when my escort leaves me standing 
in the hall by myself. One time when this happened, a 
girl stood in the hall, holding the phone in her hand, 
threatening to call Security. They just don't realize I'm 
only there to inspect the fire extinguishers — nothing 
more," Greg said. 

And that's just what he's there for, Greg Stapleton is 
an active Institutional worker in the Fire Extinguisher 
lab, located in the Stratton building. 

Being little known, but a vital part of campus life, the 
lab inspects and services 700-800 fire extinguishers a 
year for the University. Greg comments, "The lab has 
progressed a long way since 1 first began to work in it 
three years ago. We did have a small, unorganized 
room; now we have a real lab and the quality of our 
work is just about to the point where we can guarantee 
service within 24 hours after a report, at half the com- 
mercial cost." 

As a Fire Prevention and Control major, Greg finds 
working in the lab rewarding because, "of the practical 
experience and the added responsibility we've as- 
sumed. I've also enjoyed getting the new people settled 
into the work scheme." 

"We're a unique lab in that the lab is completely 
student run. We do our own inventory and report any 
items needed to Ron Hopkins, our supervisor. If we run 
out of anything, it's our fault," said Greg. 

Greg and the lab team maintain and repair the 
breathing apparatus and air tanks used by the Universi- 
ty in fire drill programs, and as a public service, they 
maintain the air tanks for the Richmond City aDd Madi- 
son County fire departments and the Madison County 
Rescue Squad. 

Greg came to the University four years ago, from 
Carlisle, Pennsylvania, because of the reputable Fire 
Prevention program. 

26 Student Life 



Whether for practical experience or financial assis- 
tance, work is reality for these 2. 150 students. Juggling 
work and study responsibilities demands a delicate 
balance of time and a mature attitude: often, a lot to 
ask. The following seven students work for the Univer- 
sity for a collage of different reasons, but they have one 
thing in common — they are successful at both their 
work and study. How do they do it? Read on ... . 





"The highlight of it all is giving away flowers to 
pretty girls," says freshman Gregory Thompson, who 
works in the A.B. Carter greenhouse as part of his 7 
hour a week College Work Study assignment, and he 
hands me a gorgeous, fragrant, white mum. 

With the scent of mums, roses and daisies filling the 
air of the greenhouse, Gregory says he basically "spot 
waters, fertilizes and weeds the plants." Also, when 
absolutely necessary, Gregory cuts the orchard's grass 
behind the greenhouse, which, as he puts it, "makes 
your feet smell and my two roommates don't appreci- 
ate that too much." 

Gregory says the University is a terrific place, but he 
is less satisfied with his job, saying, "It's hard to find the 
time . . . I've got to budget it. It's a long walk to the A.B. 
Carter building from Mattox, and I'd rather be doing 
something more along the line of my major — Comput- 
er Science." 

Next year Gregory plans to find a job that compli- 
ments his major better. "Possibly a Co-Op job where I 
can work with computers," he said. 

This is Gregory's first semester at the University; he 
graduated from Lincoln County High School, in Stan- 
ford, Kentucky. 



Organization is the key to James Meade's success as 
Medical Technology Lab assistant. "1 have a full day, so 
1 have to use my time wisely. It's not hard," says James. 

Working ten hours a week on the College Work 
Study program, James is responsible for keeping the 
lab and equipment clean and in good working order. 
Not such an easy task, since the lab serves approxi- 
mately TOO students a week. Keeping the shelves 
stocked with chemicals, glassware and lab material, 
adds to James' responsibility. Laughing, he adds, "Oh, 
and I clean test tubes . . . lots of test tubes!" 

This being James' third and last semester as lab 
assistant for the Medical Technology lab, he says, "I 
learned quite a bit that will help me after 1 graduate, 
mainly how a lot of lab equipment is assembled." 

James will begin his five-month internship at Good 
Samaritan Hospital, in Lexington, this Spring. 

James transferred to the University two years ago 
from Somerset Community College, because, he says, 
"I like the University's Medical Technology program." 



Mansfield 



Student Life 27 



Long, lean and tall, Larry Greenwell's 
speech matches his presence. As a farmer, 
with three acres of tobacco awaiting him at 
home in Bardstown, he takes working on the 
University's farm and at Stateland Dairy in 
stride. 

Larry works nine hours Institutional work a 
week, dividing his time between hay, silage, 
tobacco, and 50 Holsteins. "1 like working with 
everything on the farm," Larry says, "but I 
don't like the cows — and the cows don't like 
me." 

Despite the obvious dislike between Larry 
and the cows, at 3 p.m. on Mondays, Wednes- 
days and every other Friday, he faces 50 big- 
eyed Holsteins anxiously awaiting to be 
milked or fed. 

The rest of his time is spent on farm mainte- 
nance or at caring for the crops in season. 
"When we harvest the crops," says Larry, 
"what goods we don't use on the farm are sold 
on the public market." 

Larry is also active in several organizations 
on campus: Phi Beta Lambda, a business orga- 
nization, the Agriculture Club, and Circle K, a 
service organization active in the Richmond 
community. 





Mansfield 



Anyone coming into the Finan- 
cial Aid office during the past five 
years has probably seen and possi- 
bly dealt with, always smiling, Bet- 
ty Bogie. 

Betty began working in the of- 
fice in 1977 as a full-time file clerk 
and worked her way up in the next 
four years to Senior Secretary. 

Last January, Betty quit work- 
ing at the office full-time and began 
working thirteen hours a week on 
the College Work Study Program. 
Betty explains, "I'd been around 
students for four years; I thought I 
could better myself by going back 
to school and I already knew how 
to apply for financial aid," she adds 
with a laugh. 

Betty now attends the Universi- 
ty full-time as a Data Processing 
major. 



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"It's very enjoyable to have a job and the responsibil- 
ity that goes along with it," says Cindy Jeffries, who, 
for the past seven semesters, has worked closely with 
Mr. Charles Hay in preserving the history of Richmond 
citizens and the University for the Archives, located in 
the Cammack building. 

During her seven hours a week Institutional work 
assignment, Cindy prepares, organizes, and indexes 
materials donated for preservation in the Archives. 
"When 1 get the material, I first process it by dividing it 
into related categories, then I put the categories in 
chronological order, and type an index. After that, ev- 
erything is type set and bound," Cindy said. 

"The Archives is an excellent place for research. 
Papers from Presidents, all the University's football 
films, old photographs, even all the Milestones from 
way back to the beginning are there," Cindy adds with 
a big laugh. 

Cindy graduates in May with a degree in Manage- 
ment and Marketing. She feels working on the Ar- 
chives material has been a side activity, unrelated to 
her major, but quickly adds that it's been very interest- 
ing. 




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Energy radiates from every inch 
of Paula Jory, Special Populations 
Coordinator for the Richmond 
Parks and Recreation Department. 
Working officially ten hours a 
week on the College Work Study 
program, Paula plans activities for 
three outreach programs that 
touch the lives of many Richmond 
citizens. I say "officially" because 
Paula's job involves many more 
hours than ten, volunteered enthu- 
siastically by Paula. 

"I do it for the experience — 
that's what makes it good for me," 
says Paula. 

"When I first started, three se- 
mesters ago, every day brought 
something new for me to learn. 
Now, 1 come up with my own pro- 
grams and have the director ap- 
prove them." 

Paula's programs include recrea- 
tion, crafts, exercise, and an occa- 
sional party when the season war- 
rants, and a concert when the tal- 
ent is willing. She and two fellow 
Work Study students take the pro- 
grams to Willis Manor, a home for 




senior citizens, the Second Street 
Senior Citizen's Center, and 
MARC, a workshop for mentally 
retarded adults. 

Paula graduates in December 



with a degree in Recreation anc 
Park Administration. She came to 
the University in 1981 as a transfer 
student from a community college 
in Flint, Michigan. 

Student Life 29 




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After a long week of classes, studying for exams, and racking their brains 
over term papers, students needed a time to relax and enjoy. They needed a 
place to listen to good music and dance, and a place to drink beer and meet 
members of the opposite sex. In all cases, the place to be on Thursday nights 
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It's Thursday afternoon and the week is nearly over. You only have one 
class on Friday, you've finally finished that paper you've been working on 
all semester, and what is there to do? For most students, the answer to this 
question was "go downtown." Thursday nights in downtown Richmond 
became as traditional as winning football teams and the changing of 
seasons. On Thursday nights, quaint, quiet Richmond became a sea of 
EKCI students, as they descended on the downtown bars in search of fun, 
and freedom from the hassles of college life. 

But what motivates them? What force draws literally thousands of 
students away from their studies, to the hot, smokey, and often crowded 
confines of J. Sutter's Mill, 1980s, O'Riley's, and the Family Dog. Perhaps it 
was the need to escape the tedium and monotony of university life, to 
forget about professors and exams, and just relax and have fun. Anyone 
who has ever spent a Thursday night downtown knows that a certain 
feeling hangs dominant in the air — a sense of freedom and ease, a relaxing 
quality that lets a person cut loose and enjoy. 

The majority of students will tell you that going downtown is more of a 
tradition than habit. It is a time for meeting people and making friends, 
especially those of the opposite sex. There is an almost electric atmosphere 
in the air — a feeling that a week's worth of tension is being released. Who 
really knows when, or if, going downtown became a popular experience, 
but it has, nevertheless, became a big part of college life at Eastern, as well 
as neighboring universities. 



Student Life 31 



Downtown, cont. 

EKG downtown became the hotspot destination for 
students from CJK, Georgetown, and Berea. For them, it 
was just another "road trip" full of fun and excitement, 
or just a change of pace. 

Many of the bars themselves got caught up in the 
rush and sometimes bent the rules just a bit. With the 
legal drinking age of 2 1 in Kentucky, several Richmond 
bars were cited for selling alcohol to minors. Students 
as well as the establishments themselves, often were 
responsible for the citations, by the use of fake IDs or 
other forged identification. Drinking was just another 
part of the continuing process, that has become com- 
mon among university students. 

So why then, do students go downtown? What moti- 
vates them? Drinking? Music? Companionship? What- 
ever the reason, they went, and on Thursday nights, 
the streets of downtown Richmond became a haven 
for many. Some got drunk. Some found whatever it 
was they were looking for, and some didn't. But still 
they came. And so, the tradition continues. And you 
can bet, come rain or shine, that on Thursday nights, it 
will continue to remain so, for years to come. 



RIGHT: First Street appears deserted during the 
morning hours. At night, however, it comes alive 
with parties and people out for a good time. 



Photos by Mansfield 




"It's Miller time," and these University students relax and enjoy the atmosphere 
at 1890s while Dotty Smith draws a pitcher. 




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Happy hour provides many students with some "fun in the afternoon." Drinks 
are cheap and the crowd is good for those who begin the night early. 




"Man, being reasonable, 
must get drunk — 
The best of life 
is but intoxication." 
— Don Juan 
Lord George Byron 



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THE UNIVERSITY CENTERBOARD 

PRESENTS 




On Tuesday, October 19, 1982, at 8 p.m., the Univer- 
sity Centerboard presented its first concert of the year: 
.38 Special, with special guest, Spys. 

Virtually unknown, Spys provided much entertain- 
ment as they stirred the audience to its feet with their 
new hit single, "Don't Run My Life." During the 45 
minute show, Spys kept the crowd fired up with songs 
like "Hold On," "Ice Age," and "She Don't Talk Back." 

After a relatively short intermission, .38 Special 
opened with their hit single, "Hold On Loosely." During 
the concert, the group performed various songs from 



their two albums. "Wild-Eyed Southern Boys," the 
23rd best-selling LP of 1981, according to Billboard 
Magazine, and "Special Forces," their most recent. 
After a ten minute break, .38 Special returned to per- 
form "Rockin' Into the Night." Their fine performance 
left at least half the audience begging for more. 

Although the turnout was low, the concert was a 
success with the crowd that was present. 

Members of .38 Special are: Larry Junstrom, Jack 
Grondin, Jeff Carlisi, Steve Brookins, Don Barnes, and 
Donnie Van Zant. Photos by Mansfield. 




Getting In Step With Fashion 

. . . Traditionally 



From preppy to punk, and Calvins to cowboys, fash- 
ions could best be classified as diverse in the fall of '82. 
With the traditional "college look" leading the way, 
fashions ranged from the short mini skirt, to the full- 
length prairie skirt, and from corduroy jackets to silk 
blouses. But basically, fashions brought back memo- 
ries and looks from an era long passed. 

By the fall of 1982, fashions, like the economy, had 
become more conservative. The look of the year 
brought back scenes from the 1920s and 30's, with its 
wool, pin-striped suits for men and its short, one-piece 



dresses for women. In fact, according to fashion ex- 
perts, wool was the fabric of the year in both women's 
and men's fashions. 

On the women's scene, black was the predominant 
color, with purple a close second. Blouses were ruffled 
and trimmed with lace for wear with suits. Suits were 
popular wear with blazers and jackets. The classic ox- 
ford button-down shirt rode the tide from last year and 
pumps were the most popular in footwear. Heels were 
generally lower and the western-styled boots were on 
the way out. 





Lisa Robinson models a long-sleeve blouse with a 
high collar and purple calf-length pants. Purple, 
according to fashion experts, is a popular color this 
season. 



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Like the women, button-down oxford shirts were 
once again popular in menswear. And, like the women, 
wool was a popular fabric for suits and sweaters. Ski 
sweaters teamed with sports coats to carry the male 
gender through the autumn months and into winter. 
French cuffs and cuff links began to make a come 
back, as did the bow tie, and thin, wool neckties carried 
over from the year before. Men's shoes ranged mostly 
to the loafer and slip-on styles, with the classic "cow- 
boy boot" still hanging in. 

In short, it was a year of classics. Clean, tailored 
looks pushed out the baggy, cluttered look of the past 
and the heavy, bulking layering disappeared. If the 
hands of time could be turned back, our ancestors of 
fifty years ago would be proud. 




The casual look for fall in menswear consists of 
multicolored ski sweaters and corduroy pants. 
This combination is both dressy and casual and is 
appropriate for any occasion. 



Libby Riley is ready for a relaxing day in the park, 
wearing a red sailor-type blouse with matching red 
and white striped knickers. 



Fashion Section 
Photos by 
Mansfield 




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Fashions, (cont.) 




Tama Kirby is ready for classes in the traditional college or preppy look- The 
plaid wool skirt and jacket are classic student apparel and are still in style after 
many years on the fashion scene. 



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Below: Mini skirts, popular in the late 60s and 
early 70s, make a come back and Wendy Mills 
helps them on the way with a khaki mini and an 
olive green haiter top. Wendy chooses a wide, red 
belt to accent the outfit. 



Tyrone Redden models the dressy look for men this year with a wool sports coat 
and a thin, wool necktie. Wool has been called by some fashion experts as the 
fabric of the year. 





Left: Tyrone Redden and Lisa Robinson are ready 
for the office or just a night on the town. Tyrone is 
wearing a double-vested sports coat and pants 
with cuffs. Lisa is wearing matching knickers and 
jacket, with a frilly, high-collared blouse. Women's 
suits are high on the list of stylish fashions this 
year. 



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RIGHT: The Alumni welcome was wet to say the 
least. However, the parade route was still lined with 
people, even in the rain. BELOW: It was Middle 
Tennessee that got soaked at the football game, as 
the Colonels came out smoking and beat the Blue 
Raiders, 35 to 10. 





Lambert 



Mansfield 




The Homecoming dance on Friday officially kicked off Homecoming weekend. 
Featuring the fSickle Blues Band and decorations by Lambda Sigma honorary, 
the dance featured the introduction of the 15 Queen finalists. 



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Homecoming 1982: 

The Day That Almost Wasn't 



October 9th dawned bleak and rainy, putting a 
damper on the already soggy spirit of the occasion. 
With Homecoming having been moved back two 
weeks to accommodate the change in the Murray 
State game to Thursday night, the administration 
feared lack of student participation, since Homecom- 
ing fell on a three-day, Columbus Day weekend. 

Following its theme, Color My World, the Homecom- 
ing activities began on Thursday night with a pep rally 
at which the cheerleaders tried to fire up the crowd for 
the game on Saturday. Friday night was the Homecom- 
ing dance. With the Nickle Blues Band providing the 
music, and Lambda Sigma providing the decorations, 
the 15 Queen finalists were presented to the audience 
in the Keen Johnson Ballroom. 

Saturday morning, amidst a steady rain, the Home- 
coming parade made its way down Lancaster Avenue 
and Main Street, with the 15 Queen candidates, march- 



ing bands, cheerleaders, and many colorful, but soggy, 
floats. The first unit in the parade was the runners who 
made up the 5000 meter run. 

Later, in pre-game ceremonies, Suzanne Fawbush, a 
senior from London, Kentucky, was crowned 1982 
Homecoming Queen before a rain-soaked crowd of 
17,700 at Hanger Field. 

When finally the sun peaked from behind the clouds, 
it saw the Colonels soak the visiting Middle Tennessee 
Blue Raiders by a score of 35 to 10, to keep their record 
perfect at five wins against no losses, and sent the 
alumni home happy. After the game, receptions were 
held honoring the classes of 1972 and 1977. 

So, despite the rain and the many trials of the day, 
the spirit of Homecoming shone through and provided 
a festive atmosphere that only homecomings can pro- 
vide. 






ABOVE: Homecoming is a time to be enjoyed by 
young and old alike — even in the rain. LEFT: The 
rain didn't dampen the spirits of the crowd at the 
game. !n fact, a crowd of 1 7.700 turned out for the 
game, despite the inclement weather. 



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Homecoming, (cont.) 



BELOW: With the theme, Color My World in mind, 
one of the many colorful floats passes by the 
judges stand on its way up Lancaster Avenue, dur- 
ing the Homecoming parade. 




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Mansfield 



LEFT: The annual 5000 meter run traditionally 
starts the Homecoming parade. This year, despite 
the rain, a large number of runners participated in 
the event. 



LEFT: Maintenance workers remove the tarp from 
the football field only hours before the game. De- 
spite the heavy rains in the morning, the field was 
dry by game time. BELLOW: The alumni band 
makes its annual appearance at the Homecoming 
parade, and later at halftime of the football game. 




Homecoming is traditionally a day for families to be together. Thanks to the rain 
families were forced together closer than usual just to keep dry. 



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ABOVE: Though the day was rainy, Suzanne still 
managed to look good for the ride down Lancaster 
Avenue. RIGHT: Suzanne and escort Kurt Nether- 
ton are all smiles after the crowning ceremony. 



What started out as a cool, rainy, Saturday morning, 
turned into a day of excitement for Suzanne Fawbush, 
as she was crowned 1982 Homecoming Queen, during 
pre-game ceremonies of the EKCI-Middle Tennessee 
game on October 9. 

Sponsored by Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, Su- 
zanne is a senior from London, Kentucky, majoring in 
Marketing. She serves as the vice-president of Alpha 
Delta Pi Sorority, vice-president of Sigma Tau Pi busi- 
ness honorary, and a member of Order of Omega, a 
Greek honorary. In her spare time, she enjoys water 
skiing, camping and football. 

Though the day started out dreary, by game time the 
sun was shining and provided a perfect setting for the 
crowning of the new Queen. Suzanne said that the day 
was "very exciting." "It was unreal," she said. "It's the 
kind of thing you always dream will happen, and did." 

Suzanne was escorted by Mr. Kurt Netherton. 




Mansfield 



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Julie Palechek 



First runner-up, Julie Palechek, 
was sponsored by Phi Delta Theta 
fraternity. A junior from Hamilton, 
Ohio, Julie is majoring in Comput- 
er Information Systems. She is in- 
volved in Kappa Delta sorority, 
DPMA, and is Phi Delta Theta's 
Sweetheart. She is also president 
of the Phi Delt Little Sisters. 



Alpha Delta Pi sorority sponsored 
second runner-up, Carole Kimmel. 
A senior from Manchester, Ken- 
tucky, Carole is a member of Alpha 
Delta Pi sorority, and an EKCJ 
cheerleader. She is majoring in Par- 
alegal Science. 



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Mary Osborne is a senior Rehabilitation major from Louisville. Sponsored by 
Delta Zeta sorority, Mary is also a Beta Theta Pi Little Sister, a member of 
Campus Crusade and Dare Us. 



Mary Grider, a junior from Glasgow, was sponsored by Clay Hall. A Child Care 
Family studies major. Mary is also involved in HDFR and the Racquetball Club. 



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Teresa Nicely, a senior from Wurtland, Ky., is sponsored by Beta Theta Pi 
fraternity. A Special Education major, Teresa is also Sports Chairman of Kappa 
Alpha Theta sorority, a member of Kappa Delta Pi, and a Beta Theta Pi Sweet 
heart. 



Ann Haliburton, sponsored by Phi Beta Sigma fraternity, is a junior from Win- 
chester, majoring in Elementary Education. She is a Phi Beta Sigma Little Sister 
and is also a member of the University Gospel Ensemble. 



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Joy Hagan was sponsored by Phi Kappa Tau fraternity. She is a sophomore from 
St. Genevieve, Missouri, majoring in Nursing. Joy is involved in Kappa Alpha 
Theta sorority. 



Donna Cecil, sponsored by Kappa Alpha fraternity, is a senior from Bardstown, 
Kentucky, majoring in Office Administration. She is a member of Kappa Alpha 
Theta sorority and is a Kappa Alpha Little Sister. 



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Linay Brodbeck is a junior, Physical Education major from Kettering, Ohio. 
Sponsored by Todd Hall, she is a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority and is a 
Kappa Alpha Little Sister. 



Elizabeth Cummins, sponsored by Lambda Sigma honor society, is a sopho- 
more from Somerset, Kentucky. The Mathematical Education major is serving 
as president of Lambda Sigma. 



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Katherine Fulcher a junior from Louisville. Kentucky, was sponsored by Telford 
Hall. The Nursing major is a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority and Campus 
Crusade. 



Robin Hendrickson was sponsored by Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. She is a 
junior. Nursing major from Pineville, Kentucky. Robin is a member of Pi Beta Phi 
sorority, BSNA, and is a TKE Little Sister. 



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Robin Lovely, a graduate student in Public Administration, is from Franklin, 
Ohio. Sponsored by Keene Hall, she is a Sigma Chi Little Sister, a member of 
ACEI, Kappa Delta Pi, and Phi Kappa Phi honor society. 



Michelle O'Bryan is a sophomore, Public Relations major from Louisville, Ken- 
tucky. She was sponsored by Kappa Delta Tau service organization. Michelle is a 
member of Kappa Delta Tau and is managing editor of the Milestone. 



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people 

... a classic tradition 



Barbara Streisand once sang, "People who need peo- 
ple are the luckiest people in the world." Nothing is 
more traditional, at any University, than its people. 
From the president, to the maintenance workers, to the 
students, it is the people that make up the University, 
and the people that the University was created for. 

In years to come, when students look back on their 
college years, it is the people that they will remember. 
For, though events create moments, people create 
memories, and without memories, life is just a dull, 
listless story. Memories create happiness, and that is 
what life is all about. 




ABOVE: Greek activities provide fraternity and sorority members a chance to 
have fun and make new friends, while working toward a worthy cause. 




Friends can be very handy — especially when 
moving in time rolls around, as these coeds are 
finding out. 




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RIGHT: Campaigning for Homecoming candidates 
can be a fun experience, especially if you're cam- 
paigning for a winner. 



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ABOVE: Palmer Hall field comes alive during the 
year, as the various Greek games are held in the 
fall. RIGHT: Tim Crawley, a senior from Camp 
bellsville, scoops out free ice cream, during the 
Student Association's Fall Festival. 




Those crisp, autumn Saturday afternoons meant 
one thing to most students at Eastern, and that was 
football. When the Colonels took the field for a pre- 
game warm-up, they were greeted by the enthusiastic 
support of hundreds of fellow students who made the 
journey to Hanger Field to cheer on their favorite team. 
Some students came to the game to enjoy some good 
football action. Some came just to be seen. Some 
came to drink in the beauty of a cool, autumn, central 
Kentucky afternoon. Others came just to drink. Some 
wore the traditional maroon and white, while others 
wore almost nothing. Some even created their own 
styles. But, come rain or shine, they were there to 
encourage the Colonels to defeat the dreaded rival. 
Often the show in the stands was nearly as good as the 
show on the field. Whatever the reason for being there. 
Hanger Field was the place to be on Saturday in '82. 




Maroon Man. alias John Tillson. flashes the Big E at the camera 
Photo by Mansfield 




The crowd on the Hill reacts to a Colonel score against Youngstown State The 
Hill is a popular place for students to socialize during the game. Photo by 
Thompson 



Members of Kappa Alpha fraternity pull their cannon away from the field after 
the game. The trash left behind reveals that some students had more than 
football on their minds. Photo by Mansfield 



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Saturday in the Park 




Brian Ballard, a sophomore from Harrodsburg. Ky_. models 
the classic look for warm, football Saturday afternoons, 
while making an emphatic point to his fellow students. 
Photo b\ Thompson. 





Bill Lockwood. a senior from Binghamton. New 
York, enjoys the warm, summer-like weather of an 
early-September game with his Sigma Chi 
fraternity brothers. Photo by Mansfield- 



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A Christmas Tradition 



As the decorating of the tree signifies a traditional 
Christmasat home, so the Hanging of the Greens signi- 
fies a traditional Christmas at the University. So to open 
the season, the Hanging of the Greens was presented 
on Sunday, December 12, at Walnut Hall of the Keen 
Johnson Building. Approximately 70 people, including 
speakers, musicians, singers, and university President 
J. C. Powell, participated in this year's ceremony. 

Dr. William Paulsell, dean of the Lexington Theologi- 
cal Seminary, delivered the Christmas message, which 



was followed by the singing of "Joy to the World," the 
traditional Christmas song. Joseph Cloker, president of 
Sigma Nu fraternity, closed the 53rd annual Hanging of 
the Greens with the benediction. 

Decorating dorm lobbies and rooms with trees and 
lights, made Christmas at the University seem more 
like home. Even though Christmas was not a white 
one, the students didn't let that stand in the way of a 
memorable Christmas season. 




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The wreaths on the front door of the Keen Johnson Building are hung 
to symbolize the Christmas spirit. 




"The First Noel" was performed under the direction of song 
leader. Dr. George Muns, Chairman of the University's music 
department. 




The 51 st annual performance of Handel's "Messiah" was presented on Sunday, 
December 12, at 7:30 p.m., in Brock Auditorium. 



Carrying ropes of green wreaths and long, electrically operated 
white candles, 70 women dressed in long, cheesecloth, Grecian- 
type, white robes opened the ceremony. 




ABOVE: Maintenance workers help residents re- 
move the furniture from the dorm's lobby. RIGHT: 
A Burnam resident contemplates on her "new 
home," as she makes the move from Burnam. 
Some 1 17 girls were moved from the north wing, 
which was closed. Photos by Thompson. 



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MOVE 



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vt first it sounds like the plot from a 
James Bond movie, or a science fiction story. But, for 
the residents of Mattox and the north wing of Burnam 
Halls, it was all too real. When they returned to campus 
from Christmas break, the 162 residents of Mattox and 
117 residents of Burnam found that their dorms would 
be closed and that they would be forced to move. The 
men and women formed a protest group to try and halt 
the closings, to no avail. The girls of Burnam were 
distributed throughout the rest of the dorm, and Mat- 
tox residents were absorbed in other men's dorms. 

The Move is just one of the problems caused by the 
University's decreasing enrollment in 1982-83. Several 
dorms found themselves nearly half empty, and tri- 
pling was no longer in existence. Private rooms be- 
came more and more common as students left school 
to pursue other interests. Clay Hall cafeteria was also 
closed in the spring semester because of lack of stu- 
dent involvement. The decreased enrollment was par- 
tially attributed to a decrease in funds, and the current 
economic conditions of the nation. It was just another 
sign of the troubled times in which we live. 



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Staff and residents of Mattox Hall plan a protest meeting to attempt to halt the 
closing of their dorm. Ttyeir efforts were fruitless as nearly 162 men were 
relocated and the dorm closed in January. Photo by Thompson. 




Mansfield 




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Thompson 




Life's 8 



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Life is like the seasons 

Each one its changes bring. 
A fertile seed takes root and grows 

Thus youth is like the Spring. 
Maturity comes in Summer 

As we work and play and sing, 
In the Fall we gather harvest 

From the deeds we sowed, and then, 
Alas too soon it's Winter 

And our eyes have grown quite dim, 
Have faith no need to worry 

Tis not the end of everything 
For our souls will be returned again 

To Heaven, where God is King. 

— Louis H. Guenther 



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ALL MY CHILDREN * DAYS OF OUR LIVES * GENERAL HOSPITAL * G 



Love in the Afternoon 




ABOVE: "Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives," says 
the introduction to one of daytime's more popular soaps. BELOW: These Telford 
Hall coeds gather around the TV to watch their favorite soap. 




Kuchle 



Daytime television, or "soaps," as they are more 
commonly known, have come a long way since their 
modest beginnings in the early 1950s. Today, nearly 30 
million people turn in everyday to see if Luke and Holly 
will finally get together, or if the Salem Strangler will be 
caught. 

"General Hospital" continued to be the most popular 
soap in '83, with "All My Children," "Days of Our 
Lives," and "Guiding Light," a close second. Although 
the majority of the watchers were women (nearly 70 
percent), men soon found that daytime drama had it's 
good points too. 

Soap opera addicts are frequently the most loyal 
fans on TV, and college students are no exception. 
Some even went so far as to plan their schedules 
around their favorite soap. The large screen in the 
Powell Building was a favorite spot to share the trials 
and tribulations of daytime drama. The TV lounge was 
frequently filled in the prime afternoon hours of T4 
o'clock everyday. 

Nighttime drama such as "Dallas," "Knot's Land- 
ing," and "Dynasty" also gained popularity and drew in 
a large hunk of the nighttime ratings. 



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IDING LIGHT * YOUNG AND RESTLESS * RYAN'S HOPE * CAPITOL 




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Self-Expression 




A very special Valentine to Christi from Jay, hangs from the railing on the Powell Building. 




ABOVE: Customized license plates add decoration to cars, and tell the world what 
you have to say. RIGHT: This coed shows her support for the National Champion 
football team on the front of her shirt. 




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ABOVE RIGHT: Especially popular with the male sex. billed caps are a 
means of expressing everything from love of a team to love of a tractor. 
RIGHT: An employee of the University Bookstore letters a shirt for two girls, 
while they wait. The bookstore has printed nearly 10,000 custom shirts in 
the past year. 




College students are notorious at speaking 
what is on their minds. Like our counterparts 
of the 60s, we are not afraid, rather we have 
a deep need to express ourselves on every 
subject from football to sex, and from the 
state of the economy to the food in the grill. 
In recent years, expression has come to 
mean a sort of defiance — telling the world 
that "I am who I am, and my opinion 
counts." At the University, this is done in 
many ways, especially on clothing. Custom 
shirts, caps, pins, bumper stickers, posters 
and license plates have been hot sellers the 
past few years, especially to the younger 
market. The University Bookstore, for exam- 
ple, has produced over 13,000 pins over the 
last four years, mostly football oriented. It 
has also custom lettered over 10,000 shirts in 
the past year, according to one bookstore 
employee. 

Whatever you need to express — do it. 
There are unlimited ways to do it. You might 
make up your own medium. Who knows, it 
might even become a fad. 




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UNIVERSITY LECTURE SERIES PRESENTS 

Chris Carlson . . . 







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Chris Carlson was 24-years old when he was lured 
into Reverend Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church, 
by several young women he met in San Francisco. He 
spent the next 18 months traveling around the city 
looking for donations and recruiting new members. "I 
thought I was joining an organization of very caring 
people," said Carlson. "As it turned out, I was trans- 
formed into a fundraising and recruiting machine." 
When his parents realized what was happening, they 
had him kidnapped and "deprogrammed." 

Carlson has spent the last three years traveling 
around the country, speaking on college campuses 
about the evils of "brainwashing" types of religion. His 
lecture in Brock Auditorium on February 10 included a 
50-minute documentary, "Moonchild," a reenactment 
of his joining and leaving, the Unification Church. 




Ex"moonie," Chris Carlson discusses his involvement with Rev. Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church, during a lecture on Feb. 10. 



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and Yolanda King 




Yolanda King, daughter of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. signs autographs 
for a local girl scout troop after her lecture on February 9th. Miss King appeared 
courtesy of the EKG Centerboard. 

Yolanda King, oldest daughter of the late Dr. Martin 
Luther King, Jr. presented, "What Happens to the 
Dream Deferred," on February 9, 1983, in Brock Audi- 
torium. 

Miss King, who was 12 years old when her father 
was assassinated in 1968, has been involved in the 
struggle for human rights nearly all her life. In her 
appearances on college campuses, she stated that 
"students are feeling frustrated and have removed 
themselves from a struggle in which they should still be 
partaking. We should pull together and work toward a 
common goal." The Reagan Administration, she said, 
has deferred her father's dream more so than any oth- 
er. "President Reagan is enacting his assault on work- 
ing people in general, no matter what color they are." 

Miss King, who got her master's degree in theater 
from Mew York University, is currently co-artistic direc- 
tor of Nucleus, a New York City company of perform- 
ing artists that speak to young people about the strug- 
gles of growing into adulthood. She is also the coordin- 
ator of the Cultural Institute of the Martin Luther King, 
Jr. Center for Non-Violent Social Change. 

Her presentation included poetry and dramatic 
monologues, as well as other unique stylings. Her act- 
ing credits include several television films including 
King and Death of A Profit. 




During her lecture, Miss King urged all Blacks to 
"pull together and work toward a common goal. 
Unless we are moving toward bringing 'the dream' 
about, it will never happen." 



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They await silently in the dark caverns of your mind (or 
stomach). They creep up on you when you least expect it — 
usually in class or in the shower. They attack your entire 
system and won't let you rest until they've taken over your 
helpless body. The only weapon against them is a Big Mac, 
fries and a large shake, or a Domino's Pizza — with extra 
cheese. They are the "munchies," and many a student has 
fallen prey to their growling and grumbling pangs. 

Late-night seems to be the most succeptable time for 
munchies attacks, but not always. Many times, students 
have awaken in the middle of the night, in a cold sweat, 
fresh from a nightmarish meal of twinkies and a Dr. Pepper, 
or a giant bag of Doritos. 

But, thanks to the generous help of such local connois- 
seurs as Wendy's, Burger King and Archies Pizza, students 
can fight the munchies at their own game. Many students 
have been known to utter a sigh of relief as they gulp down 
an Arby's Beef 'N Cheddar and a large RC Cola or a bucket 
of chicken from KFC. 

And for those dessert-minded individuals, Baskin-Rob- 
bins offers 31 flavors, guaranteed to satisfy even the pick- 
iest eater. And how many dorm directors have awaken in 
the morning to find an empty vending machine where, the 
night before, a fully stocked one stood. 

The munchies. Few people can resist them — most 
choose not to even try. After all, the prescription was often 
more fun than the symptoms. 



BELOW: The "munchies machine" in the dorm lobby provides these Telford Hall 
coeds some relief from a hunger attack. 





BELOW: The Domino's delivery man prepares to 
make a "run."' You can bet a hungry stomach will 
soon be satisfied with pepperoni, mushroom and 
extra cheese. 




Domino's Pizza prepares a pizza to satisfy the crav 
ings of a late-night studier. Domino's has saved 
many a student from near starvation in the late 
night hours. 



This dorm resident "chow's down" on junk food 
while doing some late studying. Lays potato chips 
and a Mountain Dew provides a perfect midnight 
snack for just such an occasion. 




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Commuters 

The Silent Minority 



They awake early in the morn- 
ing to eat breakfast and get 
dressed. They go out into the cold 
to scrape ice from their wind- 
shields and struggle to start their 
cars on frosty mornings. After ar- 
riving on campus, they must face 
the endless task of searching for a 
parking space. They are the com- 
muters — those students who live 
at home or in off-campus apart- 
ments — and they are often the 
most overlooked group on camp- 
us. 

While most University students 
are still asleep, commuting stu- 
dents are up trying to start their 
cars and preparing for the some- 



times long journey to school. For 
some, coming to school means 
traveling from as far away as Lex- 
ington, Winchester, or Lancaster. 
They are faced with limited park- 
ing spaces, long days and traffic 
jams. They are often left out of 
campus activities because they are 
unaware of such events. Gasoline 
costs and detours are just a few of 
the problems faced by these coura- 
geous pioneers. 

There is a good side to living at 
home, however. Home cooking, 
peace and quiet, and, as one coed 
stated, "You don't ever have to 
stand in line for the shower." 
Amen to that. 





ABOVE: Some commuting students travel long 
distances to get to school each day. Some travel 
from as far away as Winchester or Lancaster. 
Right: The high cost of gasoline is one of the prob- 
lems that plague commuters, as this student is 
finding out. 




68 Student Life 




LEFT: Traffic jams are common sights in the morn- 
ings and afternoons, especially on 1-75 between 
Richmond and Lexington. BELOW: During the win- 
ter months, commuters face the perils of Mother 
Mature, as well as those of man. 




Thompson 




Most commuters plan their schedules 
around such problems as detours, 
wrecks, and cold weather- 



Student Life 69 



After 4 Years of 
Study, Sacrifice 
and Work . . . 

What Now? 



"How do you spell relief?" 

Many of the 1 ,400 degree candidates may 
have answered this question, "G-R-A-D-CJ-A-T- 
l-O-N," as they marched to Hanger Field for 
Eastern Kentucky University's 75th spring 
commencement. 

On this commencement day, which 
marked the third consecutive year for an out- 
door ceremony, Al Smith, newspaper owner/ 
publisher and co-chairman of the soon-to-be 
terminated Appalachian Regional Commis- 
sion, told the candidates and an audience of 
10,000 that although these are not the best of 
times, they are not the worst. "You may not 
be as cunning as the quick child who sur- 
vived the mean streets of the urban ghetto, 
but you have come to graduation today with 
a sense of yourself and others and an aware- 
ness of 'place' — geographical, historical, 
and human, that is counted by most Ameri- 
cans as a blessing," he said. 

Finally, the relief of not having eight 
o'clock classes, annoying fire alarms, and 
constant loud music, had all come into sight. 
Yet, there were still times that the graduate 
would always treasure: pizza parties, going 
downtown on Thursday nights, jogging with 
a best friend, or the friendships that were 
made during the time at the University. Years 
after the long-awaited graduation, the gradu- 
ates will cherish memories of the time they 
spent — growing, laughing and learning. 

70 Student Life 







LEFT: Looking for that special someone 
in the crowd, graduation is a time of 
sharing with friends and family BELOW: 
Al Smith, newspaper owner/publisher 
and co-chairman of the Appalachian 
Regional Commission told the crowd of 
over 10,000 at Hanger Field, "I submit 
that your ability to cope with the rest of 
your life has been enhanced by your own 
rural experience " 





LEFT: The end or the beginning, graduation is a 
time of mixed emotions and mixed feelings as 
one's college days come to an end ABOVE: When 
it is all over and done, graduates can celebrate, 
look back on their college days and congratulate 
themselves on a job well done. Photos by 
Mansfield. 



Student Life 71 



Not since 1968 had EKCJ played football at night, 
but in 1982, they played twice, winning both times. 
And, being on national television added incentive and 
gave the nation a chance to see the Colonel's . . . 




ABOVE: The 18.100 fans who watched the Colonels play 
under the lights was the 14th largest crowd ever at Hanger 
Field. BELOW: Cliff McCullough. a senior from Port Char 
lotte. Florida, was instrumental in the Colonel's 21-20 vic- 
tory. 




When football fans look back over the Colonel's 
1982 season, many memories will stand out in their 
minds. A second national championship, an Ohio Val- 
ley Conference trophy and an undefeated season were 
just a few of the accomplishments of Coach Roy Kidd 
and his team. But as exciting as they were, few games 
will stand out in the minds of the fans as much as 
October 28 and December 4 — the "Nights the Lights 
Came On In Richmond." 

Prior to October 28 (a come-from-behind victory 
over Murray State, 21-20), football at EKCI had tradi- 
tionally been played on Saturday afternoons. The last 
night game was in 1968, at old Hanger Stadium, which 
the Colonels won, defeating East Tennessee, 23-20. 

The Murray game was carried live by Ted Turner's 
WTBS.TV in Atlanta, and broadcast to some 22 million 
viewers nation-wide. An added attraction was the por- 
table lighting system brought in especially for the 
game by Musco Lighting Ltd. of Oskaloosa, Iowa. 

As early as Monday before the game, students be- 
gan to prepare for the event and the enthusiasm cli- 
maxed on Wednesday night as approximately 1500 
people filled Alumni Colesium for a pep rally that was 
taped, to be shown in pre-game exclusive by WTBS 



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72 Student Life 



sportscasters Bob Neal and Alan Page. After the rally, 
the crowd marched to Hanger Field to watch the team 
as it practiced under the lights. 

On Thursday night, a crowd of 18,100 filled the 
stadium to see the Colonels play on national television. 
They were treated to an exciting finish as the team 
came from behind, then held off a Murray rally that 
ended with a Gus Parks interception in the end zone. 
The crowd was the 14th largest ever to see a game at 
Hanger Field. 

Later, on December 4, Musco returned to campus 
with WTBS for another night game, this time a Divi- 
sion l-AA playoff game against the University of Idaho 
Vandals. Again, they were treated to a close game as 
the Colonels won a high-scoring contest 38-30. A con- 
troversial interception by Anthony Jones in the closing 
seconds ended the Vandal's threat and preserved the 
victory. It was an especially sweet victory for Coach 
Kidd as it fell on his 51st birthday. A crowd of 10,893 
saw the team win their second night game of the sea- 
son and advance to the national semi-finals against 
Tennessee State. 

Who knows when, if ever, the Colonels will play 
again at night and on national television? But for two 
very special nights in 1982, that combination produced 
magic in the eyes of the fans. On those nights, the 
lights did come on in Richmond, and put another bright 
spot on the already shining season. 



WTBS-TV was greeted by many colorful and origi- 
nal signs at the EKC-Murray State game. This one 
puns Ted Turner, the station's owner 




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ABOVE: Seniors Tuck Woolum and Steve Bird are 
interviewed by a WTBS sportscaster after the 
come-fro mbe hind victory over Murray State. 
RIGHT: Musco employees work erecting the porta 
ble lighting system brought in especially for the 
game by WTBS-TV in Atlanta. 




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ks of orange and blue 
.1 oss the western sky on this 
te summer night. 

ghting bugs flirted here 

jiu there. They decorated 

le scene like blinking lights 

n a Christmas tree. 

The work whistle had long 

ince clocked out. Happy 

our had come and gone. 

~"<s rooms were empty; 

ntown was full. The day 

vas just about spent. 

But there, at a remote cor- 

' of the campus, tucked in 

nd Telford Hall and a 

etery, secluded from 



Roy Kidd and his team of desti- 
ny 

Arms crossed. Eyes sterned. 
Mind intense. Kidd was 
squeezing the last drop of ener- 
gy out of the sun and out of his 
players. 

The only sound now was 
grunts and groans; the crashing 
of bodies and egos; the yelps of 
coaches. 

It was the last of two-a-day 
work outs — what hell week is 
to fraternity pledges. It was the 
turning of 60 some-odd boys 
into men. It was the making of a 
champion. 



and seeing now what 
seen, you could tell this 
knew what it took. The,, 
whatever it fook to be 
champion," says Kidd. 

"It's kind of funny, but aft 
three years in a row (of goi 
to the national champioi 
ship), these kids just knc 
what it took. And they wei 
willing to do whatever it toe 

You could tell that from tn 
first day of two-a-days to th 
last. They gave it all. Th° 
knew they had to, to be t 
best. Whenever this team ha 
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76 The Making of A Champion 




would say. Most of them called us lucky, 
there's another reason. This team work 
This team knew what it took in effort. T 
team knew how to win. 

"They may not have been the most talen? 
team in the history of the school, but tl 
worked at being the best. And they got m 
of their talent than any other group.' 




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The Making of' 



BELOW: QB Tuck Woolum talks strategy with 
Coach Kidd during the Tennessee State 
playoff game at Hanger Field. RIGHT Coach 
Tom (ones hugs Coach Jack Ison after the 
Murray State game. BOTTOM: Terence 
Thompson flvs over the Delaware line. 
OPPOSITE: Coach Kidd calls for prayer fol- 
lowing the national championship. 









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you look at them, they weren't any 
bigger than previous Colonel 
teams; they weren't any faster 
thany previous Colonel teams; they 
weren't more experienced than 
other Colonel teams. Talent wise, 
they were no better than other 
Colonel teams. 

But when you look at them in the 
end, they became the best Colonel 
team. Ever. Period. End of discus- 
i. 

Jhirteen games. Thirteen wins. 

Ohio Valley Conference Cham- 

Spions. 
Nummm-berrr One in the na- 
tion. Nummm-berrr One in your 
hearts. 

But still the question begs to be 
answered, by the fans, by so many 
coaches who want to know the se- 
cret. By the 13 coaches who really 
"";ht they should have beaten 



ed athletes, if they weren't gifted with 
all the ingredients, what made this 
team unbeatable? What made them so 
damn good? 

It is simple. 

They wanted to be champions. 
They believed they were champions. 
Because they MADE themselves 
champions. 

It all started in the first game of the 
season. 

Before you could say "Kickoff ' the 
Colonels were behind South Carolina 
State — a playoff team — 14-0. With 
less than two minutes left, the Colo- 
nels were still behind and dangerous- 
ly close to losing its opener for the first 
time since 1978 — the last time the 
Colonels didn't go to a Championship 
game. 

The Colonels, who managed just 
229 yards of total offense and only 20 
yards rushing to that point, were trail- 



Suddenly, it was make or br< 
time. Already. The test of this f 
ball team had come. Already. 1 
wanted to know if this team was 
of the same maroon and white cl 
as the last three teams. Already 

The answer came- 

First, defensive end Allen Yo' 
swooped in and blocked a pun 
give the Colonels the ball at the 
South Carolina State 23-yard line 
with about a minute to play. 



The Making of ' A Chanfpi! 



BELOW: Tuck Woolum prepares to pass against Youngstown State. 

RIGHT Chris Taylor cools off coach Tom Jones after the Pioneer 

Bowl victory. BOTTOM: Alex Dominguez and David Hill prepare to 

tackle a Delaware runner. 





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80 The Making of A Champion 



mie Lovett. Lovett's kick looked ugly. 
It swooned and bobbled and limped 
along. But it cleared the uprights. It 
gave the Colonels a 29-19 victory. 

It was the making of a champio™ 

Then came Western, a place wh< 
the Colonels hadn't won since 1966. A 
jinx? A hex? A loss? 

Nope. Without a co-starting full- 
back who had quit, without a co-start- 
ing fullback who was injured, and 
with a freshman fullback who had 
been given a crash course in the me- 
chanics of blocking. The game ended 
Eastern 35, Western 21. 

It was the making of a champion. 

Five days later, it was Murray in the 
first night game ever at the new Hai 
er Stadium. 

With 4:50 to go, the Colonels had t 
ball at their 37-yard line and trailed 
six points. Sixty-three yards, three 
fourth down conversions, four big 
pass completions, a Lovett extra point, 
and 4:36 later, the Colonels had we 

It was the making of a champio 

Then came the playoffs, A cont: 
versial interception in the wanning 
seconds stopped Idaho. A one-yard 
touchdown run by Nicky Yeast on 
fourth down beat Tennessee State, 

It was the making of a champion. 

Finally, it was the championsh 
Finally, it was Delaware. No love lc 

Early in the game, Delaware lin 
up for a chip-shot field goal. As t 
snap floated back, Gus Parks float 
in. The kick. The block. 

Defensive end Richard Bell, ws 
ing in the wings, scooped it up. Witl 
broken hand, with an aching pull 
hamstring, with a heart as big as T« 
as, he ran. He ran until it felt like 1 
leg was going to fall off and then he 
ran some more. He ran until he 
reached the end zone. 

It was the play that made the Co 
nels champions. It was the making o 
champion. 

"There's a bunch of people c 
there saying, 'they could have, and 
they should have,' " said one Colonel 
coach. "But there's only one team that 
has the championship trophy. And 
that's us." 

"You can say what you want about 
ids, but there's one thing you 



BELOW: Alex Dominguez signs an autograph for Mr. and Mrs. Jay 
Riggs after the Pioneer Bowl. BOTTOM: Nicky Yeast lunges for yards 
against Middle Tennessee. 




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TOP: Cliff McCollough tackles Youngstown's Paris Wicks. The Colonels held Wicks to 
under 100 yards. LEFT: Ed Hairston carries the ball against Middle Tennessee. Hairston 
was the team's rushing leader with 892 yards on the season. ABOVE: Randy Taylor 
tackles Western's Ralph Antone for a loss. The win over Western was the first for the 
Colonels at Bowling Green in eight years. 



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Sports/Football 83 



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BELOW: Ed Hairston escapes Middle Tennessee tacklers. BOTTOM: Senior 
Nicky Yeast bulls through the Tennessee State line OPPOSITE TOP 
LEFT: Cheerleader Jane Reese congratulates Coach Kidd after the Morehead 
victory. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Steve Bird heads up field against Dela- 
ware. RIGHT: Terry Simmons and Steve Bird celebrate after the Western vic- 
tory. 




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They weren't supposed to do 
well this year. It was supposed to 
be someone else's year. That didn't 
stop the Colonel's this year as they 
captured their second national title 
with a 17-14 victory over Delaware 
in the Pioneer Bowl in Wichita 
Falls, Texas. 

The Colonels' success can be at- 
tributed to many things. They had 
talent and good coaching. The con- 
sensus, however, was their ability 
to make the big play. 



The big play had been a main- 
stay of the Colonels all season. It 
began in the opening game of the 
season when Jamie Lovett con- 
verted a 42-yard field goal with 36 
seconds remaining in the game. 

The kick gave the Colonels a 
narrow 20-19 victory over South 
Carolina State. 

Leading 13-10 with 13:54 re- 
maining against Akron, Tuck Woo- 
lum took the snap at his own 28- 
yard line, faked a handoff and 



dropped into the pocket. As Steve 
Bird was streaking down the mid- 
dle of the field, Woolum let loose a 
spiral that hit Bird in stride as he 
glided in for the touchdown. 

Against Austin Peay, the 'big 
plays' continued. Tony James took 
an APSU punt at his own 12 and 
sprinted 88 yards for a touchdown. 
It was the longest punt return in 
Colonel history. 




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Sports/Football 85 




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The Colonels topped arch-rival Western 35-21 at 
Bowling Green. The two teams fought their usual tough 
battle before the Colonels came away with the win. 
The victory marked the first win for Eastern at Bowling 
Green in 16 years. 

The Colonels got win number seven against Murray 
State in a nationally-televised game on station WTBS. 
Trailing 20- 14, the Colonels drove 63 yards and hit a six- 
yard touchdown pass with 14 seconds remaining in the 
game. 

Woolum connected with Bird for one of Bird's season 
leading, team-high 10 TD receptions. Lovett's extra 
point provided the 21-20 winning margin. 

The Colonels topped Idaho in the opening round of 
the playoffs. Leading 38-30 in the fourth quarter, An- 
thony Jones intercepted a pass at the Idaho 12 with 40 
seconds left in the game. 

The Colonels faced Tennessee State in the semi- 
finals. TSCI trailed the Colonels 13-7 and were driving 
when Mike Mims intercepted a Ken Biggies pass with 
3:42 left in the game. This victory allowed the Colonels 
to play in their fourth consecutive championship 
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Pioneer Bowl. BELOW LEFT: Tron Armstrong leads blocking for Tony James. BELOW RIGHT: Steve Bird leaps for one of his 63 receptions 
on the year. 



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Sports/ Football 87 




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The University of Delaware Blue Hens were threaten- 
ing to score with just under 10 minutes left in the first 
half of the Pioneer Bowl for the NCAA Division 1-AA 
Football Championship in Wichita Falls, Texas. 

The Blue Hens, who had just dropped a touchdown 
pass in the end zone, were preparing for a 31 -yard field 
goal. 

On the snap, Gus Parks zoomed in from the left side. 
As the ball was put on the tee for Delaware's kick, 
Parks drove with arms outstretched. As the kicker's 
foot hit the ball, Parks blocked it. The ball bounced into 
the hands of Colonel defensive end, Richard Bell. Bell 
took the ball and ran untouched for a 77-yard touch- 
down. 

Jaimie Lovett converted the extra point to make it 7- 
Colonels. They never looked back enroute to a 17-14 
championship victory. It was the Colonels' second title 
in the last four years. 

The play was typical of the season. Like so many 
times last year, the Colonels flirted with danger only to 
squeak by in the end. 

"I think this might have been a team of destiny," said 
Head Coach Roy Kidd. "Whatever it took, this team 
gave. They put all of themselves into everything we 
did. They just knew how to win." 

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LEFT: Richard Bell scoops up 
the blocked punt. Bell returned the 
ball for the deciding touch- 
down. MIDDLE: Steve Bird leads in 
the singing of "Cabin on the 
Hill" after the Pioneer Bowl. BOT- 
TOM: Nicky Yeast takes the 
handoff from Tuck Woolum during 
the Pioneer Bowl. BELOW: 
Coach Kidd gets a ride off the field 
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Sports/ Football 89 



MAROON 




The crowd is ready, the cheerleaders divide, 
and they begin. The left yells MAROON, and the 
right yells WHITE, alternating into a MAROON/ 
WHITE crescendo at any football or basketball 
game at the university. 

The cheerleader is the middleman between the 
team and the crowd; but what goes into being a 
cheerleader? "We've got spirit ... a chant that 
exemplifies the cheerleader and their job. 

Considering that there is no pay, no scholar- 
ships, four or more practices a week, and some- 
times very low crowd attendance, it would seem 
determination, love of the cheerleading sport, and 
extremely high motivations play a big part in be- 
ing a cheerleader. 



ABOVE: Mike Ernst lifts Lisa Newby. RIGHT: Group routines are a 
common sight at football games. 





ABOVE: Mark Simmons performs a midair flip at one of Eastern's pep rallies. RIGHT: Scott Ford and 
Jane Rees complete one of the many new dance routines. 



90 Sports/Cheerleaders 





ABOVE: Mark Simmons utilizes a megaphone to reach the upper deck at 
Hanger Field. TOP RIGHT: Mike Witzerman catches Sandy Heil after a lift. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: The stacked pyramid has become a tradition among 
Eastern's cheerleaders. 



The 14 members of the 82-83 squad clearly 
displayed the enthusiasm that cheerleading re- 
quires. Motivation ran high in the squad this year, 
it was apparent in their cheers, stunts, and dance 
routines. Each member was able to exercise their 
creativeness in performing at the games. 

This year was the first time two sets of captains 
were used. Angela Hamilton and Mark Simmons 
were captains during the football season; Carole 
Kimmel and Mike Ernst were captains for the 
basketball season. 

This year the cheerleaders also attended a 
camp at Virginia Tech to learn and to compete. 
Over 80 squads competed in three categories, and 
Eastern's 82-83 squad placed in the top 12 with 
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Colonels Finish Fourth 
in Frustrating Season 

They weren't suppose to do as well as they did. 

The men's basketball team was picked by the "ex- 
perts" to finish seventh in the Ohio Valley Conference 
this season. After going 5-21 the season before, who 
could argue. 

Well, Max Good could, and he did! 

He worked and worked and worked his team. De- 
spite the loss of three probable starters, Good worked 
his team to a 10-17 overall record and a 7-7 tally in the 
OVC. That was good enough for a tie for fourth. 

"I really think we could have finished at least third," 
said head coach Max Good. "It's even possible that we 
could have won the OVC." 

The Colonels started the season like the experts 
might have been right with their pick. They struggled 
out of the gate to a dismal 3-9 record. That drout ended 
with a 70-49 loss to Xavier. That loss may have done 
some good. 




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mmy Stepp drives around Morehead's Guy Minnifield. Below: 
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Left: Freshman John DeCamillus shoots against Kentucky State. 





Above: Kenny Wilson, a sophomore from Union County, shoots against Louis- 
ville's Charles Jones. Left: CI of L coach Denny Crum talks with Max Good after 
their teams met. 



Sports/Men's Basketball 93 



Colonels Faced 
Tough Schedule 

Well, things started to get a little better the following 
week. The Colonels rallied from 17 points down to beat 
arch-rival Morehead State. They then added three 
straight conference wins to boost their record to 7-9 
and more importantly, 5-2 in the OVC; good enough for 
second. 

After a close loss to nationally-ranked Memphis 
State, the Colonels lost eight out of their last 10 games 
to destroy any hopes of making post-season play. 

The Colonels faced a tough schedule throughout the 
season. Good won't accept that as an excuse. They 
met NCAA tourney participants Louisville and Mem- 
phis State and NIT participant Vanderbilt. NAIA semi- 
finalists Northern Ky. and West Virginia Weslyan were 
Colonel opponents also. 

"I kept telling the players, if we keep working hard 
some good is going to happen," said Good. "We didn't 
know if it was going to be the next game, next week or 
next year." 




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121 on the year. 




Front row: Left to right; Dale Layer, Graduate asst.; John DeCamillus, Frank Baines; Jimmy Stepp, Ervin Stepp. Alan Feldhaus, Kenny Wilson. Keith Smith; mgr., Bruce 
Robbins; mgr., Phil Rison; mgr., Second row: It; Max Good, head coach; John Ferguson. Asst. coach; Billy Reiser; Dave Dixon; Mike Budzinski; Fred Emmerson; Fred 
Emmerson; Jim Chambers; Scott Daniels; Dave Thornton; Bruce Mitchell; Joe Alan Stepp. part-time assistant; Dave Green, asst. trainer 



94 Sports/ Men's Basketball 




Above: Transfer Dave Thornton fights for a rebound. Top right: Billy Reiser 
reaches for the rebound as Bruce Mitchell and Mike Budzinski look on. Bottom: 
Ervin Stepp watches the action on the court. Stepp, a former Mr. Kentucky 
Basketball, saw limited playing time during the 82-83 season. 




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Kenny Wilson and Jim Chambers stretch for a 
rebound. Bottom: (J of L's Rodney McCray chases 
Jimmy Stepp. Stepp led the team with 14.3 points per 
game. 




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Right: Billy Reiser tips in a missed shot. 



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Opponent 

Clinch Valley 
Dayton 
E. Illinois 
Louisville 
Toledo 
Murray Stat' 
Middle Tenn. 
Vanderbilt 
Penn 

N. Kentucky 
Austin Peay 
Xavier 

Morehead State 
Youngstown St. 
Akron 

Tennessee Tech 
Memphis St. 
Austin Peay 
W.Va Weslyan 
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Morehead State 
Delaware 
Youngstown State 
Akron 

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Murray State 
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Right: John DeCamillus passes out of traffic against W.Va. Weslyan. 





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Lady Colonels Beaten 
in Post Season Tourney 

With a heart-breaking 58-56 loss to Murray State in 
the opening round of the Ohio Valley Conference wom- 
en's post-season tournament, head coach Dianne Mur- 
phy's women's basketball team ended their season. 

There were tears after the game but, the Lady Colo- 
nels were a young team. They opened their season 
apprehensively as they faced a tough schedule with 
unknown talent. 

The Colonels faced such powerhouses as Duke, Mid- 
dle Tennessee and Oral Roberts. 

They opened their season defeating Pikeville Col- 
lege by a large margin. After such an impressive open- 
er, the Maroons teetered with a .500 season all year. 

The first half of the season saw the Colonels with 
impressive wins over conference foes Murray State 
and Austin Peay before suffering a close loss at Oral 
Roberts. 




Top right: Second team AII-OVC Tina Wermuth battles for a loose ball. Right 
bottom: Freda Hagan starts a fast break. Above: Assistant Coach Hell Hensley 
watches the action on the court. 



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Left: Shannon Brady and Laura Pate battle a Murray State 
defender for a rebound. 




Above: Laura Pate drives for a layup. Left: Tina Wermuth 
shoots a jumper against Austin Peay. Wermuth ended her 
career at EKCJ's third all-time leading scorer with 1403 points. 



Mansfield 



Sports/Women's Basketball 99 



Goodin Leads Nation 

The second half of the year was a lot better for the 
Colonels. They won six of their last 10 games. 

The Colonels fought nationally-ranked Georgia Lady 
Bulldogs evenly for 37 minutes. Their play evoked high 
praise from CJG coach Andy Landers. "They are a good 
team," he said. 

The Lady Colonels ended their season with a 14-13 
overall record and were 4-6 in the OVC. It was good 
enough for a fourth place league finish. 

The year was highlighted by having two players 
make the AII-OVC team. Junior Lisa Goodin and senior 
Tina Wermuth made the first and second teams respec- 
tively. 

Goodin, the Colonel's all-everything, led the league 
and nation in free throw percentage at .913. She led the 
team in scoring with a 19.1 per game average. Goodin 
is EKG's second all-time leading scorer with 1564 
points. 




Lisa Goodin hurries back on defense against Austin Peay. 




Front row: Left to right: Karen Evans. Lisa Goodin. Shannon Brady, Viv Bohon. Freda Hagan. Genna Berryman Second row: lr: Dana Taylor. Laura Seay, Tina Wermuth. 
Margy Shelton. Marcia Haney. Laura Pate, Elizabeth McQuerry 



100 Sports/Women's Basketball 






Right: Karen Evans and Freda Hagan watch action on the court. 




Above: Margy Shelton reaches for a rebound. Shelton is a freshman from Corbin. Right: 
Marcia Haney brings the ball up court. 




Mansfield 




Lambert 



Sports/ Women's Basketball 101 







Right: Margy Shelton dribbles 


out of traffic. 


EKCI 




Opp. 




Opponent 


105 




Pikeville 


60 


57 




Duke 


74 


■ 83 




Bowling Green 


79 


86 




ICI-Purdue 


51 


58 




Louisville 


71 


76 




Murray State 


70 


1 69 




Middle Tenn. 


72 


78 




Oral Roberts 


81 


83 




Appalachian St. 
Austin Peay 


65 


65 




64 


74 




Xavier 65 


j 65 




Morehead State 


77 


■■! 52 




Dayton 


75 


: ' 79 




Clevland St. 


81 


57 


rH 


Tenn. Tech 


68 


54 




Georgia 


68 


55 




Austin Peay 


54 


90 




Northern Ky. 


61 


68 




Kentucky St. 


49 


63 




Morehead State 


68 


■ 69 




Youngstown 


68 


94 




Ashland 


68 


88 




Marshall 


71 


64 




Tenn. Tech 


68 


65 




Murray State 


63 


66 




Middle Tenn. 


73 


56 




Murray State 


58 




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Right: Marcia Haney puts in a layup. 




Lambert 



102 Sports/Women's Basketball 




Thomspon 




Left: Laura Pate, from Deland. Florida, fires a jump shot. 




Left: Shannon Brady battles for a rebound. Brady ended the season with 
a 10.1 per game average. Above: Head Coach Diane Murphy yells 
instructions. 



Lambert 



Sports/ Women's Basketball 103 



Field Hockey Team Never Quits 



The Colonel's field hockey team finished their sea- 
son with a 9-10 record. Robin Forhecz was the high 
scorer for the team. Four seniors that also had an 
outstanding season were Suzanne Hastings, Wilma 
Howard, and Lisa Loran. 

Coach Lynne Harvel pointed out that the team got 
off to a slow start due to inexperience and injuries 
among the players. She said, "The girls showed a lot of 
development and improvement as the season contin- 
ued." 

Throughout the years, the lady Colonels kept a nev- 
er-quit attitude. This was evident in their last game 
against the University of Louisville. The Colonels were 
down by two goals with only one and a half minutes left 
in the game. The team pulled together and scored two 
consecutive goals to tie the game. They went on to win 
in overtime by a 3-2 score. 

Coach Harvel was proud of her team for overcoming 
all the problems they had and doing better than she 
had expected of them. 



Right: Goalkeeper Suzanne Hastings prevents a goal on a penalty stroke. (Photo 
by Mansfield) 




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Front row: L-R: Lisa Loran, Suzanne Hastings. Wilma Howard. Second row: L-R: Mary Beth Brown, Kathleen Boughton. Julie Theiler, Robin Forhecz, 
Theresa Powell, Lynda Ransdeli. Third row: L-R: Siobhan Devlin, Tracy Thompson, Melissa Shore, Vicki Woodard. Monica Storz, Mary Gavin, Anita 
Gasper Back row: L-R: Coach Lynne Harvel, Manager Marcia Hamlin, G.A. Trese Lang (Photo by Bailey) 




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pponent 

Miami 

ames Madison 

Ball State 

Ohio Univ. 

Southern Illinois 

Univ. of Iowa 

CJniv. of IN. Iowa 

S.W. Missouri 

Trenton 

Pfeiffer College 

(Jniv. of Dayton 

St. Louis Univ. 

Vanderbuilt 

Earlham 

Ohio State 

Davis and Elkins 

Transylvania 

Louisville 





TOP: Robin Forchez is brought to the ground during aggressive hockey play. 
ABOVE: Wilma Howard and Anita Casper sprint to gain control of the 
hockey ball. (Photos by Mansfield) 



Sports/Field Hockey 105 



Young Netters Squad Have 2-7 Season 




The women's tennis team finished its fall season 
with a disappointing 2-7 record. 

Head coach Martha Mullins had quite a task in front 
of her as she had only two returning players from last 
year's team. 

"We were so close every time," said Mullins, "but 
with such a young squad it was to be expected." 

The netters season was a season of ups and downs. 
They opened their campaign with a fourth place finish 
in the Louisville Invitational. 

They then suffered three straight defeats before top- 
ping Marshall University. The Colonels, once again, hit 
a skid and dropped four straight before closing out 
their season with a victory over conference-rival West- 
ern. 

"Lack of experience and intensity has hurt us in the 
losses," said Mullins. "In particular, the capacity to get 
crucial points. However, our two veterans, Susan Wil- 
son and Kristi Spagenberg, did show that they had 
made progress since the last season." 



LEFT: Sophomore Kristi Spagenberg pauses between games during the Western 
Kentucky match Below left: Senior Susan Wilson returns a backhand Photos 
by Mansfield. 



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Front row: LR; Sherilyn Fiveash, Susan Wilson, Jeanie Waldron Back row: L-R: Elizabeth Phelps mgr., Chris 
Haulber, Kristi Spagenberg, Peggy Wolfe, Kitty Carmisino. Photo by Lambert 



Cheri Easterling returns a backhand. Photo by Mansfield. 




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1 EKU 


Opponent 




Opp. 


i 4th 


Louisville 






t 3 


Murray State 




6 


4 


Miss. State 




5 


4 


S.W. Missouri 




5 


4 


W. Virginia 




5 


4 


E. Tennessee 




5 


4 


Louisville 




5 




Morehead 




7 


7 


Western Ky- 




2 



ABOVE: Susan Wilson returns a backhand against Western. LEFT: Jeanie Waldron 
prepares for a forehand shot against the Hilltoppers. Photos by Mansfield. 




Opponent 

Dayton 

Miami 

Morehead State 

Kentucky State 

EKCJ invitational 

Tennessee 

Bellarmine 

Wright State 

Florida St. Invitation 

Louisville 

Tennessee Tech 

Kentucky State 

Morehead State 

Cardinal-Volunteer In 

Cincinnati 

Michigan State 

Indiana 

Louisville 

Morehead Invitational 

Cincinnati 

Tennessee Classic 

OVC Championship 

Tennessee 



Result 




Senior Mona McGovern spikes a ball against the University of Louisville 



Junior Lori Duncan prepares for a spike during the EKCJ Invitational. 




Front row: L-R; Kelly Irwin, Irene Ochman, Lori Duncan. Joan Messerknecht, Debbie Dingman, Lori Courtney. Back row: L-R: Graduage assistant Sue Wegner, 
Apprentice coach Tracey Jonson, Mona McGovern. Sandy Carrel. Charlotte Gillespie. Lisa Tecca, Deanne Madden. Patsy Schachnuk. Teri Oman, Student trainer Kathy 
Slone. Head coach Geri Polvino. 



108 Sports/Women's Volleyball 



Spikers Have Shakey Year; Miss NCAA Bid 



The women's volleyball team suffered a year of ups and downs in the 1982 
season. The Spikers compiled a 34-15 record but did not receive a bid to the 
national tournament. 

Since the university women's athletic department switched affiliations from the 
AIAW to the NCAA, the OVC conference has to earn an at large bid. 

"We had a good year," said Head coach Geri Polvino. "We won some important 
matches but we did poorly in some too." 

"I don't think it is fair," said Senior Deanne Madden. "How do they know we 
couldn't compete." 

Despite losing the national bid the Colonels did have a good season. They had 
their 15th winning season out of 17 campaigns. 

The Colonels blitzed their schedule by winning their first four matches. They 
then finished third in the EKCI Invitational — the same tournament they won 
convincingly last year. 

After a loss to nationally-ranked Tennessee, the Spikers won the prestigious 
Florida State Invitational. They went undefeated through the tournament beating 
17th ranked Florida State twice. 

The Colonels continued their winning ways topping Louisville, KSC1, Tennessee 
Tech and Morehead State. 

The Spikers then hit a slump by losing seven out of their next 15 games 
including two losses to Morehead State and Cincinnati each. 

After a team meeting, the Colonels turned things around as they beat 17th 
ranked Texas AM (who received the national bid instead of EKtl) in the Tennessee 
Classic. They followed this with a second consecutive OVC championship. 

Madden was named to the MSG and FSCI all-tournament teams and was named 
honorable mention All-American. Lori Duncan was also named to the MSCI all- 
tournament. 





ABOVE: Junior college transfer Patsy Schachnuk 
leaps for a spike as Deanne Madden looks on. 
LEFT: Sandy Carrel spikes a ball as her teammates 
prepare for a return. 



PHOTOS BY MANSFIELD. 



Sports/Women's Volleyball 109 



Right: Ellen Barrett, Linda Davis, and Lisa Renner struggle to 
reach the finish line. Photos by Lambert. 




Western Kentucky Dual 
Western Ky. Invitational 
Tri-Meet — (J.C. and Morehead 
Appalachian St. Invitational 
West Virginia Invitational 
Ohio Valley Championship 



Place 
First 

Third 
First 

Third 

Third 
First 






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Women's Cross Country Wins OVC 



The 1982 women's cross country season could be 
looked at as a time to remember, according to newly 
appointed coach, Rick Erdmann. 

Led by senior Maria Pazarentzos, the lady colonels 
captured the Ohio Valley Conference championship, 
placing five runners in the top ten positions. 

Pazarentzos, who placed second in the meet with a 
time of 19:06 over a three-mile course, was followed by 
teammate Lisa Renner, sixth; Barb Wildermuth, eighth; 
Ellen Barrett, ninth; and Linda Davis, tenth. 

The colonels won the meet with a score of 35 points, 
upsetting defending champs, Murray State, who fin- 
ished second with 44 points. 

Erdmann, who took over this year temporarily in 
place of Sandra Martin, said this year's team ran well 
as a group, and he contributed that as a key to their 
success. 

Other Eastern runners were Paula Garrett who fin- 
ished 14th, and Eve Combs who finished 17th. 



Right: Maria Pazarentzos trudges through cross country course. 





Front row: LR; Karen Hayden, Lisa Renner. Pam Edmonds. Paula Garrett. Mary Riffe. Second row: LR; Coach Brian Andrews, Ellen Barrett. Eve Combs. 
Barb Wildermuth. Maria Pazarentzos. Linda Davis, Coach Rick Erdmann. 



Sports/ Women's Cross Country 1 1 1 



Eels win KISC; finish sixth at Mid wests 




The Electrifying Eels had a record setting season re- 
writing no less than six school marks. 

Don Combs set new marks in the 100 and 200 meter 
breaststroke. Brian Conroy broke the record in the 100 
meter backstroke with Mark Maher eclipsing the pre- 
vious 50 meter freestyle mark. 

Conroy and Combs then teamed with Scott Vennefron 
and Maher to set the record in the 400 medley relay. Mike 
Strange and Ben Meisenheimer joined Maher and Conroy 
to form a record-breaking team in the 400 freestyle relay. 

These record-breaking performances didn't over- 
shadow the overall team performances. 

The Eels finished first in the Kentucky Intercollegiate 
Swimming Championships and sixth of 12 teams in the 
Midwest Independent Swimming Championships. These 
topped off a 5-6 dual meet season which included a 
1 -point win over powerhouse Marshall University. 

The Eels got the season rolling as they burst to a 4-2 
record with wins against Louisville, Youngstcwn, More- 
head and Marshall. They then lost four before topping 
Wright State in the season finale. 



Eel captain Scott Behymer competes during the freestyle. 




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First row: Left to right: Coach Dan Lichty, Scott Vennefron. Mike Strange. Ben Meisenheimer. Derek Whitson, Gus Rathgeber, Guy Frable, Second 
row: l-r: Graduate Assistant Scott Barber, Steve Meerman. Carl Porter, Brian Conroy. Scott Behymer. Al Raven, Benson Spurting, Steven 
Amundson, Ted Averbeck, Graduate Assistant Dave Dubois, Back row: l-r; Eric Smith, Don Combs, Jim Scott, Melanie Mcintosh. Karen Hoffman. 
Keith Haden, Steven Whitson, Assistant Coach Tim Cahill. 




Eric Smith, Mark Maher, and Brian Conroy dive for an edge in the freestyle event. Conroy is the school record-holder in the 100 and 200 meter freestyle events. 





Opponent 
Cincinnati 
Louisville 
Vanderbilt 
Youngstown 
Mofehead St. 
Marshall 
Ohio Clniv. 
0. Georgia 
Western Ky. 
CI. Kentucky 
Wright St. 
KISC 
Midwest Chps 



Opp. 

80 

17 
67^ 
A% 

21 
56 
61 
65 

^75 




43 




Thompson 



Derek Whitson competes in the backstroke against the University of Georgia. 



Sports/Swimming 113 



Freak accident 



Riflers si: 



The rifle team captured its first Ohio Valley Conference 
Championship in school history to highlight a "disap- 
pointing" season under first-year head coach Capt. Mike 
McNamara. 

The Colonels made their annual trip to the National 
Collegiate Athletic Association's championships only to 
come away with a heartbreaking sixth place finish. 

The maroon shooters were third when a freak accident 
happened to one of their members, Kim Floer. Floer's rifle 
misfired thus finishing her shooting for the day. 

"I felt terrible," said Floer. "It's not usual (misfiring) 
especially at the NCAA finals. I shot well in the individ- 
uals." 

Capt. McNamara echoed his player, "It was like run- 
ning track and tripping." 

Despite the disappointing national finish, the Riflers 
produced well enough for three members to make All- | 
American status. They were: Floer, Mark Bender and Is 
Mike Bender. Floer and Mike Bender were tops in the air 
rifle and small bore shooting respectively. 




Mark Bender shows the form he uses for success. Bender, a 1982 and 1983 secon< 
team Ail-American, was one of three seniors on the squad. 




114 Sports/Rifle 



First row: Left to right; Pam Floer, Beth Brown, Mike Bender, Anna Hogrefe. Back row: L-R; Mark Bender, Terry Sievert, Ron Wigger, Kim Foer, 
Coach Maj. Mike McNamara. 




LEFT: Terry Sievert takes aim at his target BELOW LEFT: Anna Hogrefe 
kneels in preparation for her shot. BELOW: Steadying herself for a shot is 
Kim Floer. She is the older of the two Floer sisters on the team 





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Opponent 


EKU 




CJ. Kentucky 


Won 




Ohio State Inv. 


1st 




Western Ky. 


Won 


'OpP^j 


A E. Tenn. State 


3rd 


■ 


EKU Invit. 


1st 




Xavier 


4th 




OK Invit. 


1st 




West Virginia 


Lost 




Tennessee Tech 


Lost 




OVC Championship 


1st 




West Virginia 


Lost 




Murray State 


Lost 




Appalachia State 


Won 




NCAA Championship 


6th 




Sports/Rifle 115 



Colonels Take First in OVC's MVP, and 

Coach of the Year Awards 



The Colonel's golf team got off to a slow start in 
1982. However, as the season progressed new team 
members began filling in certain spots which gave 
coach Bobby Seaholm a solid team. 

The Colonels 'gelled' in time for their Colonel Clas- 
sic. The Maroons took the tournament championship 
by one stroke over conference rival Murray State. 

The Maroons, under unsuitable weather conditions, 
took the OVC championship by a blistering 18 strokes. 
Colonel Pat Stephens finished first individually overall 
with an even par score of 216. Stephens was named 
MVP of the conference for his accomplishments. 

Coach Seaholm also garnered an individual award as 
he was named OVC Coach of the Year. 




Dave Sironen lines up a putt Photo by Mansfield. 




First row: L-R: Coach Bobby Seaholm. Second row: Scott Stephens, Dave Sironen, Billy Sebastian. Barry Wehrman, Phil Wehrman, Steve Brandenburg. Mike Goldston, 
Kelly Finney, Third row: Rob Quammen, Tom Shelton. Steve Haluska. Dave Smith, Jeff Joyce, Pat Stephens. Gregg Shawen, Tim Duignan. 



1 16 Sports/Golf 




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Rob Quammen tees off during a practice round Photo by Bailey 





OVC champion Pat Stephens blasts out of a sand trap Photo by Mansfield 



Sports/ Golf 117 



Colonel Netters finish 
with a tie for 
Fifth in OVC 




Todd Clements returns a volley 





Todd Wise digs deep for a half volley 



EKU 

3 
3 
9 
7 




urn, 



2 

3 

3 



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4 
4 
3 
2 
3 
3 
Fifth 



Jamie Harris returns a backhand shot. 








Opponent 

Richmond 
Mercyhurst 
Tennessee Tech 
Western Ky. 
Murray State 
Austin Peay 
Morehead 
Bowling Green 
Western Mich. 
Middle Tenn 
Murray St. 
Miss. State 
Indiana St. 
So. 1-C 
OVC Championship 





1 18 Sports/Men's Tennis 




The men's tennis team finished fifth in the Ohio 
Valley Conference. 

Head coach Tom Higgins remarked on the 'outstand- 
ing play of David Ghanayem and John Rowlett. The 
duo had two of the team's best records. 

Higgins commented that his team was young and 
lacked experience. He was also pleased with the play of 
new team members freshman Ed Evans and junior 
transfer Gary Frohm. Photos by Mansfield. 



David Ghanayem smashes a forehand 




First row: Pretzel, Second row: David Ghanayem, Ed Evans, Todd Clements, Chuck Gibson. Third row: Chip Cunningham, Jamie Harris, Gary Frohm, Todd Wise 

Sports/Men's Tennis 119 



Colonels Boast Five on 
All-Conference Team 

The baseball team had a record-breaking year in 
1982. They broke the school record for winning per- 
centages with a season tally of 30-12. 

The season had many highlights. The 'Lumber Com- 
pany' had a 5-1 record at the Rollins College Tourna- 
ment in Florida. They also won the Northern Division 
of the OVC with a 7-1 tally. 

According to Coach Jim Ward, the season was very 
successful. The team achieved 1 1 goals out of the 15 
they established at the beginning of the season. 

All-Conference players were Jeff Lehkamp, Steve 
Engel, Tim Hofstetter, Joe Myers, and Richie Brooks. 
Some other outstanding players were Steve Rebholz 
who ranked fourth in the nation in earned-run-average. 
Hofstetter was named All-South Regional and third 
team Ail-American. 

Three pitchers from last year's squad were signed to 
professional contracts. Jim Harkins and Gene Walter 
went to the San Diego Padres. Dominic Perrino went to 
the (Jtica Blue Sox. 





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Top right: Joe Myers gets caught in a rundown. Photo by Mansfield. Above: Second baseman Gary Buel prepares to tag a Dayton opponent. Photo by Lambert. 
120 Sports/ Baseball 



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Front row L-R — Glen Norman. Dave Carrol, Steve Rebholz, Mike Sibio, Rocky Pangallo, Kevin Larabee, Steve Hensel, Tim Hofstetter, Dominic Perrino, Hugh Davis. 
Second row — Doug Peddicord. Doug Losey, Joe Myers, Steve Engel, Paul Clark, Jeff Lehkamp, Jim Scanlon, John Miles, Gary Hardoefer, Mike Woehler, Coach Jim 
Ward. Back row — J.B. Caldwell, Jim Wrobleski, Richard Brooks, Brad Brian, David Bault, Gene Walter, Barney Joesph, Greg Anderson, Mike Strong, Gary Buel, Bud 
Fries. 





Left — Jeff Lehkamp watches his homerun during a game against Kentucky. 
Above — Tim Hofstetter gets safely back to second base. Photos by Lambert. 



Sports/ Baseball 121 



Right: All American Tim Hofstetter rounds third 
after hitting one of his year-ending 10 homeruns. 
Photo by Lambert. 












EKG 

10 



4 

7 
11 

6 
11 

6 

7 

3 

3 
13 
13 
22 
18 

6 

3 

3 
10 
15 

3 

7 




Opponent 

CJT-Chat 

Valdosta 

Valdosta 

Army 

Pittsburgh 

Rollins 

Army 

Bethune 

Pittsburgh 

Rollins 

South Carolina 

Bellarmine 

Bellarmine 

Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Tennessee 

Kentucky 

Akron 

Akron 

Northern Ky. 






Opp. 


EKCI 








1 


6 


15 


4 


5 


6 


2 




2 




7 
5 


1 
5 


4 


10 


11 


11 


4 


6 


1 


8 


2 


6 


2 


5 


3 


7 


1 


8 


5 


4 


1 




2 


1 
3 








Opponent 

Louisville 
^Louisville 
Morehead St 
Morehead 
Morehead, 
Morehead St. 
Kentucky 
Akron 
Akron 

Baldwin-Wallace 
Marshall 
Marshall 
Kentucky 
Cincinnati 
Cincinnati ':•„ 
Dayton 
Dayton 
Kentucky 
OVC Toumamen 
Middle Tenn. 
Western Ky. 






1 
2 

8 
2 
7 
3 
3 
1 
1 
21 

2 
6 



122 Sports/Baseball 




First baseman Mike Woehler prepares for a ground 
ball. Photo by Lambert. 





Left — Gary Buel tags out a Kentucky opponent. 
Photo by Lambert. Above — Steve Engel starts his 
windup. Photo by Mansfield. 



Sports/ Baseball 123 



Tracksters Have Numerous 
Victories in Major Relays 





hio Rel 

EKU-A Meet 
Murray^rrv1|. 

Becky Boone Relays 
OVC Championship 



Ninth 
Third 



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Sam Bailey runs the 110 hurdles Photo by Lambert. BELOW: Senior Ail- 
American Kenny Glover clears the bar in the high jump Photo by Lambert. 





Kelvin Lewis leads the pack during the 800 meters. Photo by Lambert. 



The Colonel tracksters had numerous victories in 
the major relays of the year. They set school records in 
the 4 x 100, 4 x 200 relays and the sprint medley relay. 

Coach Rick Erdmann was relatively pleased with the 
tracksters performance throughout the season. He felt 
they ran excellent relays and was 'excited' about the 
new school records. 

Kenny Glover, a senior from Gladstone, Virginia, 
made All-American and earned a trip to the National 
Championships. Also making the trip was the team of 
Otis Jones, Cory Forrest, Nate White and Kelvin Lewis 
in the 4 x 100 relay. 




First row: L-R: John Gilchrist, Lorenzo Combs. Vince Scott. Bill Pinkston, Ron King, Mate White, Kelvin Lewis, Ken Glover, Mike Bernard, Kenny Wilson. Second row: 
Keith Thomas, Otis Jones, Paul Thomas, Charles Canada, Bryce Allmon, Terry Lakes, Ray Johnson, John Robinson. Stan Curry. Third row: Laird McClean, Dave Holt, 
Dave Perkins, Sam Bailey, Tim Langford, Larry White, Tim Crumble, Rick White. Fourth row: Damon Lashley, mgr., George Kirk, Darrell Wainscott, Jeff Schultz, Casey 
Baines, Ed Cuhn, Mike Allen, Clarence Haskins. Fifth row: Head Coach Rick Erdmann. Assistant Brian Andrews. Graduate Assistant Chris Goodwin. 



Sports/Men's Track 125 



Women's Track Season 
Plagued by Injuries 




Lisa Graham starts the sprint relay. Photo by Lambert. 





Maria Pazarentzos finishes the 800 meter run. Photo by Lambert. 

The women's track team was plagued by numerous 
injuries which held the team from performing to their 
potential. 

Maria Pazarentzos, a junior, felt that the season was 
"more of a learning experience." She felt the team was 
young and lacking in depth. 

Coach Martin worked the team hard, but due to their 
injuries they couldn't put in enough time towards team 
workouts. As a result, the tracksters didn't do as well as 
last year. 

Iris Amos succeeded in qualifying for the AIAW Na- 
tional Championship in the 400 meter hurdles. 



Holly Foster heads for the tape during the 100 meter hurdles. Photo by Lambert 



126 Sports/Women's Track 




Florida State Inv. 

Marshall 

Ohio State 
Cincinnati 



Dogwood Relays 

Tom Samuels Open 

OK Relays 

Penn Relays 

OVC Championship 

Tom Black Classic 

NCAA Championship 



ttaetj 




No team 


scoring 


EKU — 


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No team 


scoring 


No team 


scoring 


No team 


scoring 


No team 


scoring 


No team 


scoring 


Fourth 




No team 


scoring 


No team 


scoring 



Lisa Graham rounds for home. Photo by Lambert. 




First row: L-R: Karen Hayden, Andrea Taylor, Bonnie Turner, Sherry Adams, Iris Amos, Monissa White, Barb Fennell, Andrea Johnson, Jenny Taulbee, Lisa Renner. 
Back row: Coach Sandra Martin, Lisa Graham, Mgr. Joan Talbert, Peggy Sullivan, Holly Foster, Betty Goghagan, Sharon Vincent, Maria Pazarentzos, Jill Molden, Assist. 
Coach Kathie Hensel. 



Sports/Women's Track 127 



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Board 

of Regents 



Model Laboratory 
School was voted in and 
four academic programs 
were voted out during 
the October meeting of 
the Board of Regents. 

The Model lab propos- 
al voted favorably upon 
by the Board stated that 
Madison County retain 
capital outlay and power 
equalization funds, as 
well as other current ex- 
pense funds, in an 
amount not to exceed 
$190,000 over the next 
year. Any funds over this 
amount would be used 
by the University to de- 
fray the expense of oper- 
ating the school. 

The four programs ap- 
proved for suspension by the Board because of insuffi- 
cient student enrollment include: MA programs in 
French and Spanish, and BA programs in Russian and 
Ibero-American Studies. 

Members of the Board of Regents include: Charles C. 




Combs, Chairman, J.W. Phelps, Vice-Chairman; Dr. 
Keith Algier, Faculty Representative; Robert J. Begley; 
Jerry S. Ikerd; John Keith; Dr. Rodney Gross; Mrs. 
Hallie Shouse; Dr. Grady Stumbo; and Barry Metcalf. 



New to the Board of Regents 




Joining the Board of 
Regents in 1982 were 
Barry Metcalf (left) and 
Dr. Grady Stumbo 
(right). Metcalf is serving 
as Student Regent, hav- 
ing gained the position 
through a student elec- 
tion. Stumbo is from 
Frankfort. 



130 Academics/ Regents 




President 
J. C. Powell 




"Computers 
are enabling 
us to become, 
once again, 
generalized . . ." 



This year may well be remembered as the 
year computers captured the University. Be- 
ginning with the Spring semester, student 
registration was done by a computer system 
the University had installed. 

President J.C. Powell said, "The installa- 
tion of computers illustrates a reverse of di- 
rection for the University. A few years ago, 
the Administration was very generalized. As 
the University grew to serve an increasing 
number of students, so did our offices and 
their respective responsibilities, and we in 
turn became specialized at our separate jobs. 
Now, it seems, we are going back to a more 
generalized approach. 

"Computers are enabling us to become, 
once again, generalized, and at the same 
time, supply us with a learning aid. We are 
planning a heavy commitment for instruc- 
tional computing which will probably affect 
every College at the University," said Powell. 




Academics/ Regents 131 



President Emeritus 
Dr. Robert R. Martin 



"Adequate funding is the biggest prob- 
lem facing our universities," said President 
Emeritus, Robert R. Martin. Serving as 
Senator from the 22nd district, he is in a 
unique position to understand the needs of 
higher education. Having spent 16 years 
as president of the University and being a 
driving force in the development of Ken- 
tucky's regional universities, he has a his- 
torical perspective from which to be a 
strong advocate for education. He serves 
as Chairman of the Senate Health and Wel- 
fare Committee, Vice Chairman of the 
Education Committee, and is an active 
member of the Appropriations and Rev- 
enue Committee and the Review and In- 
vestigations Committee that completed a 
review of the University's foundations. 




Lambert 



132 Academics/Robert Martin 




Lambert 



Administrative Council 




Bailey 




The University's Administrative Council continued 
to serve as a focal point for the discussion and consid- 
eration of administrative matters with institution-wide 
implications. The Council was directly involved in pro- 
jects related to the new telephone communications 
system and the implementation of administrative com- 
puting software programs. 

The Administrative Council, with the addition of the 
Chair of the Faculty Senate, served as an interim Insti- 
tutional Planning Committee which spent the Spring 
Semester developing a model for long-range planning 
at the University. 



Bob Martin fights for a brigher future for higher education on the Senate floor. 

Academics/ Administrative Council 133 



Lambert 



College of 
Undergraduate Studies 



The College of Undergraduate 
Studies was recognized for an out- 
standing general education pro- 
gram in 1981. According to Joseph 
Schwendeman, Dean of the Col- 
lege, the ACT College Outcome 
Measures Project Test began in 
1974 to measure the effectiveness 
of colleges throughout the nation 
at preparing their students in the 
area of general education. 

300 University students, tested 
in 1979-81, showed a significant 
elevation of awareness upon com- 
pletion of their general education 
program. Dean Schwendeman 
commented, "Results from the 
test ranked our students at the top; 
we tied for first place nationwide." 

Schwendeman feels this pro- 
gram's success is attributed to four 
major factors: 1) good teaching, 2) 
a formalized general education pro- 
gram, 3) effective advising, and 4) 
a competent administrative unit 
on campus. 

The new computer registration 
procedure that was initiated in 
Spring registration was coordinat- 
ed through the Undergraduate col- 
lege. Dean Schwendeman replied, 
"We began planning the registra- 
tion procedure in February of 
1981. We are pleased with the pro- 
gram's efficiency so far, but we are 
still working with the computer for 
a better response time that would 
increase its efficiency more." 




Above: Dean Schwendeman. College of Undergraduate Studies 

Below: SIGI, a computer system, helps undeclared undergraduates select a 
major area of interest. 




134 Academics/Undergraduate Studies 




Left: Tutoring is a major responsibility for the College of Undergraduate 
Studies. Here, an undergraduate student clarifies her accounting lesson 
with a tutor. 




Academics/CJndergraduate Studies 135 



Graduate School 



Reduction of federal monies in 
the area of Higher Education has 
begun to have a visual effect on 
the Graduate School. Funds that 
once helped students pay their col- 
lege costs are less available and, as 
a result, a general decline in enroll- 
ment for the School is being recog- 
nized. 

As enrollment slacks, "the con- 
tinuing concern for quality in each 
of our programs remains our ut- 
most concern," said Dean Charles 
Gibson. "What we try to do is look 
carefully at the quality of a pro- 
gram and maintain that quality, de- 



spite the pinch from the budget 
cuts." 

Two of the Graduate School's 
programs; the Master of Arts in 
French and the Master of Arts in 
Spanish, were being considered for 
suspension at the time of the inter- 
view in an effort to maintain this 
quality. Each of the Graduate 
School's programs are being re- 
viewed and those which have mini- 
mal output in degrees are being 
recommended for suspension. 
This review cycle began last year 
and will continue for five years, 
with a selected number of pro- 



grams reviewed each year. Eventu- 
ally, all the School's programs will 
be reviewed. 

Dean Gibson replied, "Mo one 
would like to see any program be- 
come suspended, but those pro- 
grams with few students compro- 
mise the quality of teaching in the 
Graduate School by overloading 
certain teachers." 

The Graduate School offers de- 
grees in 34 programs. Dean Gibson 
has been in charge of the school 
since 1973 and has been at the Uni- 
versity since 1962. 




Charles Gibson, Dean of the Graduate School, looks over results from a review of one of the Graduate School's programs. 




These three graduate students are 
working on Graduate Assistantships; 
one way in which Graduate students 
can help finance their graduate study 
and gain practical experience. 



Left, David Dubois coaches a team of Model Lab School 
swimmers- Bottom left, Lisa Graves lives and works at 
the Turley House. Bottom right, Pamela Amburgy works 
at Beckham Hall as a Dorm Assistant. 




Academics/Graduate School 137 



Laura Epperson, Hall of Fame Recipient 




138 Academics/Hall of Fame 



Laura Jane Epperson is the recipient of the Hall 
of Fame award which is awarded to one outstand- 
ing student who is voted on from a select group of 
outstanding students representing each of the Uni- 
versity's nine colleges. Laura is the outstanding 
student for the College of Social and Behavioral 
Sciences where she is majoring in Psychology. 

Laura has made the Dean's List for the last five 
semesters with a 3.906 GPA. She is also a tutor 
and peer helper for student Special Services. 

Laura said, "Eventhough I am, of course, 
pleased with this honor, what means most to me is 
the fact that my department nominated me in the 
first place. Such recognition by the people who I 
see and work with everyday is what really 
counts." 






PHOTOS BY BAILEY 



Academics/Hall of Fame 139 



College of 
Allied Health and Nursing 



According to Dean David Gale 
of The College of Allied Health and 
[Nursing, enrollment into the de- 
partment was held stable this year. 

"There is an excellent job mar- 
ket for graduating seniors," Dean 
Gale replied. "We always have 
more jobs than we have students 
available." 

Major curricular changes in the 
College are the two-year and four- 
year studies in Medical Technology 
which are fully accredited. 

Dean Gale stated, "1 am very 
proud of the students. After taking 
their licensing exam, they rank 
very high nationally." 

Judy K. Short is the Outstand- 
ing Student for the College of Al- 
lied Health and Nursing. Her major 
is in the department of Baccalaure- 
ate Nursing where she maintains a 
3.915 GPA. Judy said, "I feel I owe 
my education to my parents, hus- 
band, and children, because with- 
out their help and understanding, it 
would not be possible. My interest 
in the area of nursing is largely due 
to my former instructor, Katherine 
Johnson. She has provided inspira- 
tion and encouragement and has 
been a major influence on my ca- 
reer goals." 




Dean David Gale. College of Allied Health and Nursing. 




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140 Academics/Allied Health & Nursing 



Mrs Mary Beth McDowell, assistant professor of Nursing is the Outstanding Teacher for the College of Allied 
Health and Nursing. 






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TOP LEFT: Occupational Therapy senior Janet 
Wilt demonstrates an alternate dressing method 
for stroke patients. ABOVE: Judy Short, the out- 
standing student for the college of Allied Health 
and Nursing, prepares an I.V. set-up. LEFT: Senior 
Diane Tobergte practices starting an intravenous in 
the nursing skills lab. The nursing skills lab allows 
students in the college to acquire hands-on experi 
ence in a classroom environment. 



Academics/Allied Health & Nursing 141 



The College of Applied Arts and 
Technology, according to Dean 
Hannson, has undergone many 
changes and modifications in the 
past seven years. Dean Hannson 
said, "Change is the main thing 
when running an Applied Arts and 
Technology department. We must 
change as technology advances. 

"Major changes that have oc- 
curred since I have been Dean are 
the additions of the Mass Commu- 
nications Department and the Mili- 
tary Science Department." 

Hannson feels that federal cut- 
backs have not hindered the Col- 
lege from growing in student num- 
ber or keeping up with changing 
technology. 



College of 
Applied Arts and Technology 




Dean Kenneth Hannson, Applied Arts and Technology 




Dr Stephen W. Fardo, Associate professor of Industrial Education and Technology, is the Outstanding Teacher for the 
College of Applied Arts and Technology. 



142 Academics/Applied Arts and Technology 




Kathy Lynn Goode is the Out- 
standing Student for the College of 
Applied Arts and Technology. Her 
major is Industrial Technology and 
she has a cummulative GPA of 
3.62. Kathy lists dancing, sports, 
sign language, and traveling as her 
hobbies. 

Kathy said, "True enjoyment of 
success comes when you recog- 
nize that it's through the grace of 
God." 





Academics/Applied Arts and Technology 143 



College of 
Arts and Humanities 



The College of Arts and Humanities is dedicated to 
creative study in Arts, English, Foreign Languages, 
Humanities, Music, Philosophy and Religion, and 
Speech and Theatre Arts. The college serves all stu- 
dents through the general education requirements. 

This year the College had three degrees concelled: 
Bachelors Degree in Russian, Masters Degree in Span- 
ish, and Masters Degree in French. Dean John Long 
said, "The cancellation of the Bachelors degree in Rus- 
sian was the only serious curricular loss. It was can- 
celled because the major did not have enough student 
enrollment." 

The college sponsored two career oriented activities. 
One was the Arts and Humanities Committee for Ca- 
reer Planning and Development, which consisted of 
panel discussions by University alumni. The second 
was the English Career Day which concentrated on the 
topic of writing well. 

When asked about job opportunities for Arts and 
Humanities majors, Dean Long stated, "Changing job 
markets make finding a job hard, but well prepared 
students are finding satisfying jobs." Dean Long ad- 
vises students to try to get a liberal education rather 
than being educated in a specific area. 




Dean John Long. College of Arts and Humanities 



Regina Collet is the Out- 
standing Student from the 
College of Arts and Human- 
ities. Regina's major is Eng- 
lish/Speech Communications 
and Human Relations with a 
GPA of 3.64. She has been 
honored on the Dean's list for 
the past four semesters and 
plans to attend Graduate 
School after graduation to re- 
ceive a Master's degree in Or- 
ganizational Communica- 
tions. Regina said, "Profes- 
sors were a great inspiration, 
and they got me involved in 
college activities." 



144 Academics/ Arts and Humanities 




Regina Collet. Outstanding Student for College of Arts and Humanities. 




Dr. Doris Sutton, associate professor of English, is the Outstanding Teacher for the College of Arts and Humanities 




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As one student seeks out the correct piano 
keys, members of The Eastern Dance The- 
atre strive for perfect body form; both reach- 
ing excellence through diligent practice. 



Academics/ Arts and Humanities 145 



College of 
Business 



Enrollment growth continued in 
the College of Business in the num- 
ber of students choosing a busi- 
ness major and in the number of 
non-business electives. The growth 
was more evident in the Computer 
Information Systems area, per- 
haps because the job market in 
that field has continued strong. In 
other business areas the job mar- 
ket has been somewhat weakened 
by the general economic decline 
although job placement for busi- 
ness graduates has remained fair 
to good. 

A major change for incoming 
business students was the more 
rigorously enforced standard re- 
garding course sequencing prior to 
beginning their junior year. This 
rule is expected to strengthen the 
preparation and competitiveness 
of business students in upper divi- 
sion courses. Dean Howard 
Thompson said, "We hope it 
causes students to decide earlier 
whether or not the business pro- 
gram fits their objectives. The deci- 
sion must be made earlier, at least 
during the student's first year, in 
order to sequence the general edu- 
cation and lower division business 
courses correctly and avoid losing 
a semester. The overall result may 
be slightly fewer students, but they 
definitely will be better prepared 
graduates." 




Dean Howard Thompson, College of Business. 




146 Academics/ Business 



Dr Janna Vice, assistant professor of business education and office administration for the College of 
Business. 




Jeffrey Amburgey is Outstand- 
ing Student in the College of Busi- 
ness, where he is majoring in Ac- 
counting. Overcoming great trials, 
he has maintained a GPA of 3.946. 





Modern day computers are ad- 
vancing greatly in the business 
world, as we can see by the stu- 
dents who are witnessing these 
demonstrations by University pro- 
fessors. 



Academics/Business 147 



Changes ran rampant in the Col- 
lege of Education. The GPA re- 
quirement for incoming freshmen 
rose to 2.25 in 1981. A new Mas- 
ters Degree program in Education 
with an emphasis on gifted and tal- 
ented students was implemented 
in 1982, and the outlook for ac- 
creditation from the American 
speech and Hearing Association 
for the college's speech and hear- 
ing program was expected. Dean 
Dixon Barr explained, "We've been 
building our speech and hearing 
program and facilities over the 
past couple of years hoping to re- 
ceive accreditation from ASHA, 
and that now looks likely to be- 
come a reality." 

Competency testing began to be 
initiated earlier to insure the qual- 
ity of the teachers the college edu- 
cates. Dean Dixon commented, 
"The tests are designed to test the 
teacher-to-be 's competency in the 
basics of math, composition, read- 
ing, and hearing. We encourage 
students to take supplemental 
courses if they are lacking in an 
area(s)." 

A new program being consid- 
ered as an additive to these compe- 
tency skills is computer literacy for 
the college's students. Dean Dixon 
said, "Teachers are going to have 
to become computer literate be- 
cause of the wide use of comput- 
ers in schools." 



College of 
Education 




Dean Dixon Barr, College of Education 




Dr. James C. Stull, professor of educational foundation, is the College of Education's Outstanding Teacher. 



148 Academics/Education 




Amy Guss is the Outstanding 
student for the College of Educa- 
tion where she is majoring in Ele- 
mentary Education. Her overall 
GPA is holding at 3.71. Amy said, 
"1 feel honored because of the 
number of outstanding seniors this 
year in the College of Education. I 
think schools will be lucky when 
they all begin teaching." 



Practical experience accents College of Education 




Practical experience complements book 
learning for Education majors. A student teach- 
er (left) conducts a class at Model Laboratory 
School and (below) a student teaches a young 
group of Kindergartners. 




Academics/ Education 149 



College of 
Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics 



The College of Health, Physical 
Education, Recreation, and Athlet- 
ics was restructured three years 
ago. 

The Men's and Women's depart- 
ments of Physical Education 
which were originally a part of the 
College of Education, were com- 
bined, then added to the College of 
Health and Physical Education. 
The Department of Recreation 
which was also under the College 
of Education was added to the Col- 
lege. These changes were made to 
improve the quality of Education. 

When asked about the quality of 
education, Dean Russell Bogue 
said, "Students are feeling the de- 
mand from the job market. All de- 
partments are strong and have ex- 
cellent faculty members who are 
willing to help. 

"There are jobs available, but 
the HPERA major may have to 
leave Kentucky to find one. The 
southwest is a good place for jobs. 

The college has not had any si- 
zeable increases or decreases in en- 
rollment in any of the departments 
in the last three years. Dean Bogue 
doesn't foresee any enrollment 
problems in any of the depart- 
ments in the near future. 




Dean Russell Bogue. College of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics 



Dr. Darcy Shriver, assistant professor of physical education, is the Out -9 
standing Teacher for the College ro 

150 Academics/Health, P.E., Recreation & Athletics 





Debbie Keel is the outstanding Student for the College 
of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Athletics. 
Her major is Therapuetic Recreation in the Department of 
Recreation and Park Administration with an overall GPA 
of 3.626. Debbie said "I work hard in my classes. I was 
Vice-President of KSRPS, Kentucky Recreation and Park 
Society." 





From "On-Guard!" to offense, Uni- 
versity students recreate. 



Academics Health. PE., Recreation & Athletics 151 



College of 
Law Enforcement 



The College of Law Enforce- 
ment, under the supervision of 
Dean Robert Posey, maintained 
the same number of students as 
last year, but showed significant 
growth in the Fire Prevention and 
Control Department, and the Secu- 
rity Department. Student number 
in the Police Department and Cor- 
rections Department held con- 
stant. The Department of Fire Pre- 
vention and Control and the De- 
partment of Security boasted a 95- 
100% placement in a job within six 
months of graduation. The Depart- 
ment of Police and the Depart- 
ment of Corrections weren't so 
readily hiring — their percentage 
was 60-70%. 




Dean Robert W Posey. College of Law Enforcement. 




Dr Bruce Wolford. assistant professor of correctional services is the Outstanding Teacher for the College of Law Enforcement. 



152 Academics/Law Enforcement 



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Leuci Speaks: On November 16, Robert Leuci, a modern day New York cop, presented 
for the University an exciting lecture, Prince of the City: Surviving the System, based 
on his book, Prince of the City. 




Susan Graham is the Outstanding Student for the 
College of Law Enforcement where she is holding 
a 3.7 GPA. Susan said, "My goal is to acquire a top 
administration position as a warden. I want to use 
my intelligence and helping skills in my job." 




Fire prevention and motorcycle safety prove to be 
very interesting to these students from the College 
of Law Enforcement. 



Academics/Law Enforecement 153 



College of 
Natural and Mathematical Sciences 



The enrollment in the College of Natural and 
Mathematical Sciences increased due to expand- 
ed interest of students in the area of Computer 
Sciences and new computer purchases by the 
college reflected this increase. 

Dean Donald Batch said, "Due to tight budgets, 
the college couldn't afford all of the computer 
science machinery available in the field, but was 
able to purchase some new computer equipment 
— both hardware and software." 

This new equipment is not only to be used by 
Computer Science majors, but will be used by 
other departments, primarily the Chemistry and 
Biology Department for research and laboratory 
experiments. 

Dean Batch concluded, "Modern learning facili- 
ties and dedication of teachers are important to 
make college a worthwhile learning experience. 
The quality of a student's education is the most 
important aspect of college." 




Dean Donald Batch. College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences. 




Dr Amy King, professor of math, is the Outstanding Teacher for the College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences. 



154 Academics/Natural and Mathematical Sciences 





The College offers a wide 
range of studies for students, 
from rocks to computers. 




Margaret Hill is the Outstanding 
Student for the College of [Natural 
and Mathematical Science. She is 
majoring in Biology/Teaching 
where she is holding an overall 
GPA of 3.973. Margaret said, "1 feel 
my family has been very support- 
ive and I also felt great support 
from the faculty of the college. 
Both attributed to my success. I 
plan to attend Dental School after 
leaving the University." 



Academics/Natural and Mathematical Sciences 155 



Minimal changes effected the 
College of Social and Behavioral 
Sciences. The college, as a whole, 
did not increase or decrease in en- 
rollment with the exception of one 
program that experienced change; 
the Paralegal program increased in 
enrollment. 

Three programs in the college 
had received accreditation: Social 
Work program, accredited by the 
Council of Social Work Education; 
Paralegal program, accredited by 
the Bar Association; Master of Pub- 
lic Administration, accredited by 
the National Association of 
Schools of Public Affairs. 

According to Dean Russell En- 
zie, these accreditations are the re- 
sult of an excellent faculty. Dean 
Enzie stated, "The accreditations 
show up in the quality of students 
who graduate from the college." 



College of 
Social and Behavioral Sciences 




Dean Russell Enzie, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. 




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156/Social and Behavioral Sciences 




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Sciences. 




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The Student Association is th 
representative body for all Easter ■ 
students. Under the leadership of 
President Carl Kremer and Vice 
President Neil Dimond, the SA pro- 
vided services to the students and 
represented the students on all lev- 
els; National, State, and Local. The 
University Pal Organization, Fall 
Festival, and Spring Fling were 
some of the activities provided by 
the SA. The Senate proved to be 
instrumental in keeping the cost of 
education down by sponsoring the 
Book Exchange Directory (BED). 
The SA also published the Senate 
Scope every semester. Dr. Thomas 
Myers, Vice President of Students 
Affairs, was the group's advisor. 



ABOVE: Carl Kremer speaks at the annual football banquet honoring the NCAA champions. 




Front Row: Tanna Hicks, Melissa Macke, Rhonda Richert, John Martin, V. Chmn. St. Rights and Resp., Annette Ohlmann, St. Rights and Resp., Neil Dimond, V.R, Carl 
Kremer, Pres., Laurie Tague, Elections, Joe Kappes, Acad. Affairs, Colleen McGrady, Fin., Nancy Oeswein, P.R. / Speaker Protem. Second Row: Becky Gardner, Angela 
Spencer, Elaine Hoke, Sheila Smith, Melissa Gaw, Mary Messenger, Lance Weatherby, Martin French, Donna Buckman, Lisa Miles, Sandy Steilberg, Michael Blaser, 
Danny Parker, Michelle Desmond, Ginny Link, Christine Roberts, MaryKay Bowdy, Laura Ensor, Rick Fleming. Back Row: Bob Cole, Scott Robertson, Martin Schickel, 
Kevin Cornelius, Lewis Willian, Charles Eastin, Tim Cowhig, Terri Dimond, Gaye Bush, Sharee Wortman, Janet Lohr, Diane Freeman, Juli Hastings, Chuck Schad, 
George Starks, Larry Wallace, George Anderson, Jon Wilsby, Lewis Kuhl, Kyle Burke, Ken Kearns, George Hacker. 



160 Organizations 




Front Row: Walter Howard, Chief Just., Steven Whitson, Assoc. Chief Just., Diane Tobergte, 
Back Row: Benson Spurling, Tyrone Redden, Steve Johnson, Will Weisman. 



The Student Court was a nine 
member judiciary board organized 
under the constitution of the Stu- 
dent Senate. The members of the 
court were appointed by the Stu- 
dent Association president of the 
Chief Justice of the court. The 
court's purpose is to hear cases re- 
lating to the constitution by-laws of 
the Senate. They settle issues that 
arise and affect the students 
throughout the year. 



The Executive Council 

was made up of the president, 
vice-president, and cabinet 
members. The council was 
also comprised of appointed 
chairmen of various commit- 
tees. The Student Rights and 
Responsibilities Committee 
deals with the most basic 
problems encountered by the 
students. And the Academic 
Affairs Committee is respon- 
sible for all academic con- 
cerns of the students. Other 
committees include Public 
Relations and Committee on 
Committees. 




Front Row: Colleen McGrady, Neil Dimond, V.P., Carl Kremer, Pres. Back Row: Annette Ohlmann, St. Rights and 
Resp., Carl Kappes, Acad. Affairs, John Martin, V. Chmn. St. Rights and Resp., Nancy Oeswein, PrR. / Speaker 
Protem, Laurie Tague, Elections. 






Jennifer Blade registered a student at the Student Senate elec- 
tions. 



Carl Kremer and Martin Schickel presented Dr. Dan Robinette with a plaque honoring the 
Soccer Club. 



Organizations 161 



PROGRESS 

MAKES THE 

NEWS 



The Eastern Progress is the offi- 
cial newspaper on campus. The 
goal is to print current stories that 
are of interest to students. Produc- 
ing the Progress involves the co- 
operation of all the staff from the 
editor Shanda Pulliam, to the circu- 
lation director, Eddie Miller who 
makes sure the paper is delivered 
on time every Thursday. The Pro- 
gress is a vital part of the Depart- 
ment of Mass Communications, 
and it serves as a laboratory expe- 
rience for students in journalism. A 
new feature the Police Beat in- 
formed students of crime and van- 
dalism that occurred on campus. 
The staff produced a fine publica- 
tion showing their efforts to give 
students an informative and reli- 
able newspaper. 




Above: On a warm spring day a student enjoys her copy of the Progress. 



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ABOVE: Editor, Shanda Puliiam sets type on the Compugraphic Typesetter. 



ABOVE: Managing Editor. Beth Wilson works on a story at her desk. 




Front Row: Tom Barr, Spoits Ed., Belinda Ward, Org. Ed., Sharee Wortman, Photo Ed. 
Tim Thornsberry, News Ed. Back Row: Mark Campbell. Feature Ed.. Todd Kleffman 
Arts Ed. 



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TOP: The band at their first night game performance. ABOVE: A WTBS cameraman gives the majorettes airtime at the second night game 



164 Organizations 




ABOVE: Field Commander Laura Crawford prompts the band in concert forma- 
tion. RIGHT: Solos were attractions in this years halftime shows. Here two 
members of the woodwind section are in "center stage". 




This years marching band had the distinguished thrill 
of being the only band in the University's history to per- 
form at nationally televised night games — twice. The 
average practice session the week before a performance 
was 13 hours, and it was all worthwhile. The 105 band, 12 
flag, seven rifle members, and five majorettes put their 
practice time in at the Begley parking lot — rain, snow, or 
shine. Robert Belser, this year's new band director, 
brought enthusiasm and harmony to the band's routines. 
His graduate assistants Donna and Gary Adams and Tom 
Coleman helped to drill and polish the entire band organi- 
zation at practices. Keith Dawson, the Auxilary Coordina- 
tor, developed routines for the flag and rifle guard with the 
aid of Co-captains, Lori Laughner and Dee Dee Day, and 
Ernie Johnson, Captain. The rewards came with the posi- 
tive crowd responses — the bands main goal. 




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According to Webster, honorary adj/ la: having or 
conferring distinction b: commerative 2a: conferred or 
elected in recognition of achievement or service with- 
out the usual prerequisites or obligations. 

Honor society/n/: a society for the recognition of 
scholarly achievement especially at the undergraduate 
level in colleges and universities. 

Members of honoraries and honor societies have 
long been a mysterious group. You hear or think of the 
phrase and automatically visions come to mind of 
bookworms who never venture out of their rooms, 
except for the trips to classes and the library. However, 
this couldn't be further from the truth. Many of the 
members are involved in organizations affiliated with 
their majors, sororities, fraternities, and student gov- 
ernment. A distinction needs to be made between hon- 
oraries and honor societies. 

Honoraries are mainly groups that recognize 
achievements or service with no major requirements. 
The campus based honoraries generally have a grade 
point and a certain amount of hours required. There are 
no obligations or duties that go along with being an 



honorary, except for the gpa. 

Honor societies are constantly striving to achieve 
their particular goals. The members have an obligation 
and a duty to see that these are being carried out. They 
also have gpa requirements. 

Many of the honor societies at the university are 
nationally affiliated and must meet certain criteria be- 
fore they can become established on a campus. The 
"nationals," as they are called, begin investigations 
into the worthiness of the group, the current under- 
graduate programs being offered in conjunction with 
the specific honor society, and the campus as a whole. 
Matinoals are very selective, most only hold elections 
and initiations for new chapters every three or four 
years. The process itself can take up to five years, so 
when a chapter is chartered, it is something special for 
the campus. 

The hard work and personal sacrifice that students 
put forth to achieve scholastic excellence deserves 
recognition, and these distinguished groups accom- 
plish this. 



Alpha Phi Sigma is the na- 
tional honor society for crimi- 
nal justice. The society recog- 
nizes scholastic excellence by 
undergraduate and graduate 
students in the criminal jus- 
tice sciences. Members must 
have completed one-third of 
the credit hours required by 
the Law Enforcement Col- 
lege, must maintain a 3.0 
overall gpa and a 3.2 in the 
Criminal Justice field, and 
must rank in the top 35% of 
their class. Alpha Phi Sigma 
sponsored guest speaker, 
Rev. John Erwin, on criminal 
rehabilitation in October, and 
produced the College of Law 
Enforcement Faculty/Staff 
directory. They have been at 
Eastern since 1969. Their ad- 
visors are Dr. Elizabeth Horn 
and Dr. Bruce Wolford. 




Front row: Marilyn Lakes, Nat'l Pres., Cindy Thornburg, Nat'l Sec . Emily Kurtz. Sec. Lynne Dalton. Pres., Beth 
Tittle. V.P, Sue Graham, Treas.. Anne Cattarello. Second row: Alan Poindexter, Kevin Cornelius, Sheri Pogue. 
Deborah West. Rosemary Husted, Angela Leaver, Wendy Solderitch. Scott Prckett. Paula Lee Back row: John 
Potteiger, Paul Dillion, John Gill. Douglas Kinney. Todd Henson, Alan Booth, Tim Schipske, Jay Geiger. 



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Delta Omicron is an inter- 
national professional fraterni- 
ty honorary for women in mu- 
sic. The honorary is open to 
second semester freshmen 
that carry a major or minor in 
music. Members must have a 
3.0 in music courses and an 
overall gpa of 2.5. The group 
strives to foster fellowship 
through music. This year the 
organization sponsored two 
musicales in the community. 
The group also visited local 
schools and nursing homes. 
They provided assistance to 
various departments of music 
and music clinics. Delta Omi- 
cron has been on campus for 
fifteen years. The group's ad- 
visor is Sharon Lawrence. 



Front row: Bridget Dunaway, Dir Pub.. Elizabeth Lovett, Fst V.P. Diane Thornton. Sec. /Hist., Anna Mannerino. 
Chap/ Warden, Rachel Keyser. Dir. Mus. Act.. Rhonda Blevins. Tres.. Joy Anderson, Sec. V.P. Stacy Scurlock, Pres. 
Second row: Teresa Kelly. Robin Gnau. Joy Stewart, Cheryl Goodall, Terry Honchell Back row: Sharon Lawrence, 
Chap. Adv , Lora Seward, Amy Gilresth. Rachel Taylor, Sheila Herring. 




Delta Psi Kappa is a nation- 
al physical education honor- 
ary for students who excell 
academically in physical edu- 
cation. Members must ac- 
quire a 3.0 gpa in physical 
education courses and 2.0 
gpa overall. The honorary fos- 
tered an interest in promoting 
greater fellowship in fields of 
activity. Members benefited 
from guest speakers who 
came to discuss various as- 
pects of physical education. 
The organization also spon- 
sored T-Shirt sales, bake 
sales, and a career day. Delta 
Psi Kappa has been on camp- 
us for nine years. The group's 
advisors are Darcy Shriver 
and Dr. Stanaland. 



Front row: Dr. Stanaland, Adv.. Kim Whitley, Preselect, Terri Johnson, Pres., Michelle Palmer, Tres., Darcey Shriver, 
Adv. Back row: Greg Ballinger, Hist., Tami Phillippi, Sec, Kathy Boughton. Pari.. Laurie Jennings. Steve Simpson, 
Dave Ramsey. 



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Delta Tau Alpha, the agri- 
culture honor society, promot- 
ed, and recognized character 
among the agricultural stu- 
dents. The club also encour- 
aged and fostered high ethical 
standards in agriculture and 
exposed its members to new 
methods in their field. Mem- 
bers must be at least a sopho- 
more with a 3.0 gpa in major 
classes and maintain a 2.5 
gpa overall. Delta Tau Alpha 
hosted the national conven- 
tion in March, 1983 on Eas- 
tern's campus. Other group 
activities included sponsoring 
a bedding plant sale and a 
float in the homecoming pa- 
rade. The honor society has 
been on campus since 1979. 
The group was advised by Dr. 
Dwight Barkley. 




Melanie Vincent and Rodney Anderson repotted plants for their bedding plant sale- 




Front row: Dr Dwight Barkley. Adv., Gary Fisher. Pari., Melanie Vincent, 1st V.P., Rodney Anderson, Pres., Scott Nordheim, 2nd VP, Renee Pequignot, Treas.. Jeff 
Brown, Sec, Dennis DeWeese. Reptr. Second row: Donna Hartman. Suzanne Taggart, Anne Barker, Beth Ritchie. Donna Jungclas, Karla Adams. Brenda Woods. 
Michael Duncan Back row: Ken Hendley, Greg Kist, Steve Towery. Evelyn Stevens, Beth Sebastian, Natl. Sec, Cheryl Barfield. Amy Walker. Samuel Deacon. Jim 
Warner 



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Delta Sigma Rho is a na- 
tionally chartered honorary 
for outstanding students in 
debate and responsible public 
speaking. The speech honor- 
ary trained individuals to be 
more objective in communi- 
cation skills and to reason and 
think more analytically. Mem- 
bers must have a gpa of 2.5 or 
better. The honorary helped 
organize regional speech tour- 
naments held on campus. 
Delta Sigma Rho competed in 
numerous university forensic 
tournaments. Delta Sigma 
Rho has been on campus 
since 1965. The group's advi- 
sor is Dr. Max Huss. 



Front row: Kim Abell. Pres., Colleen McGrady, V.P Second row: Max Huss. Adv.. Mary Bowdy. Tonya Tate, Cynci 
Callaway. Back row: Timmy Price, Jill Meir. Scott Morthcutt. Todd Berling 



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Front row: Melody Flynn. Hist-. Linda Bishop, Hist., Susan Shuff, Sec. Janie Biagi, Pres., Jana Day, V.P Second row: 
Vicki Jacobs, Shannon Brian, Carla Moore, Kelly Payne, Minya Birch, Susan Wade, Dewana Sandlin, Melissa Hicks. 
Third row: Cindy Lambert, Mary Leonhardt, Janet Martin, Alice Vanover, Tammy Kabler, Maureen Burke, Angela 
Whitenack, Jance Stewart, Beth Daugherty. Back row: Paige McConaughy. Carla Dale, Vicki Bentley, Kathy 
Doegan, Jennie Waller, Paula Morton, Kerry Pence, Patty Shannon, Glynn Creamer, Adv. 



Kappa Delta Pi is a nation- 
al education honor society for 
junior and senior education 
majors with a 3.0 gpa. Individ- 
uals were invited to become a 
part of the society because of 
high records and an exhibited 
professional attitude. The 
group's goal was to encour- 
age excellence in scholarship 
and improvement in teacher 
preparation. Members pro- 
vided assistance in the com- 
munity program RIF Kappa 
Delta Pi awarded a scholar- 
ship to the male and female 
sophomore with the highest 
gpa. The group has been on 
campus since 1935. The 
members are advised by Eliz- 
abeth Jeffries and Glynn 
Creamer. 



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Since 1971, the Kappa Mu 
Epsilon honorary has been 
providing a better under- 
standing and appreciation of 
mathematics. Members are 
required to be at least a sec- 
ond semester sophomore 
with a 3.0 gpa in all math 
courses. With the assistance 
of Dr. Pat Costello and Dr. 
Don Greenwell, the members 
provided tutors in the math 
lab for students in math 
courses, hosted two guest 
speakers, and participated in 
the mathematics science day 
on campus. Kappa Mu Epsi- 
lon, also hosted the annual 
National Mathematics Con- 
vention in April. 




Front row: Monica Feltner, V.P, Carole Stahnolia, Sec, Karen Applegate, Treas., Beth Stewart, Pres Second row: 
Ellen Daugherty. Shannon Brian, Stephanie Helton, Carol Crider, Connie Clark, Annette Ohlmann, Laura Madden, 
Third row: Diane Guthier, Scott Taylor. Arch Carrico, Jamez Ziegelmeyer, Richard Garland Back row: Pat Costello, 
Corn Sec, Phillip White, Mike Thomas, Don Greenwell, Greg Allender. Jeff Schultz. 



Lambda Sigma, a sopho- 
more honor society, fosters 
leadership, scholarship, fel- 
lowship, and the spirit of ser- 
vice among college students. 
All members must be a soph- 
omore with at least a 3.3 gpa. 
This year Lambda Sigma 
sponsored a Canned Food 
Drive for the Telford Commu- 
nity Center and decorated for 
Eastern's annual homecom- 
ing dance. Members strive to 
serve and promote the inter- 
ests of the university by vol- 
unteering their services at the 
voting booths during elec- 
tions. The honorary has been 
on campus since 1945. Their 
advisors are Dr. Martha Grise 
and Dr. Ron Wolfe. Lambda 
Sigma is a service oriented 
honorary. 




Front row: Martha Grise, Adv., Karen Mitchell. Jr. Adv., Susan Wentworth, Sr. Adv., Nancy Brennan, Rit. Chair., 
Lynne Coy, Sec. Elizabeth Cummins, Pres., Lynn Settles, Jr. Adv., Ron Wolfe. Adv. Second row: Janet Thomas. 
Janelle White, Naomi Fonda, Teresa Hulsey, Sandra Clawson, Janet Johnson. Amy Peterson, Colleen McGrady. Mary 
Klein, Cara Dyer, Back row: Brad Harlow, Mary Bowdy, Dianne Greenwell, Connie Smith, Beverly Wheeler, Leesa 
(Jnger, Elaine Abney, Shelly Manlerwein. Terri Ransey, Rebecca Ostrander, Steve Boyd. 



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Front row: Jeannette Crockett, Adv., Jennifer Blade, Sec , Kim Abel!, Treas., Paige McConaughy, Pres., Virginia Link, 
V.P., Anne Catarello, Rit. Chair. Second row: Cindy Jeffries, Kathy Goode, Carla Moore, Diane Tobergle, Jennie 
Becker, Michelle Desmond, Laura Butler, Susan Wentworth, Kim Vail, Frances Mudd, Kimberly Sasser, Helen Harris, 
Margaret Hill. 




Mortar Board, formerly 
Collegiate Pentacle, is a Na- 
tional Senior Honor Society 
which celebrated its first year 
of existence on campus. Col- 
legiate Pentacle applied for 
Mortar Board in 1979 with the 
feeling that its members as 
well as the university would 
benefit from being affiliated 
with a national honor society. 
Application for affiliation con- 
sisted of a series of letters and 
an examination of Collegiate 
Pentacle and the University 
over a five year period. Final 
approval came from obtain- 
ing eighty percent of the 
votes from the regional chap- 
ters of Mortar Board, three in 
Kentucky and eight in Ten- 
nessee. Dean Jeanette Crock- 
ett is the group's advisor. 



Order of Omega is a Greek 
honor society. The honorary 
recognized members of the 
Greek community for their 
scholarship, leadership and 
service to the Greeks, camp- 
us, and community. Members 
must be at least of junior 
standing with a gpa above the 
All-Greek average. Due to size 
limitations, only three percent 
of the Greek population at the 
university could be initiated 
this academic year. The hon- 
orary participated in the Time 
Management work shop and 
in Alcohol Awareness. The 
group has been on campus 
since 1977. The honorary is 
advised by Nancy Holt. 



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Front row: Tommy Cooper, David White, V.R, Janet Lohr, Pres , Lewis Kuhl, George Anderson Second row: Amy 
Gardner, Kelly Allen, Susan Sickmeier, Rhonda Richert, Rob Robinson, Walter Howard, Steve Johnson. Back row: 
Susan Shuff, Carla Moore, Kathryn Shaw, Jean Finley, Traci Wimsatt, Debbie Scott, Daryl Wainscott, Mark Chaffin, 
Damon Lashley. 



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Phi Alpha Theta is an inter- 
national honorary in History. 
Its membership is composed 
of students who have ex- 
celled in academic and social 
areas and are interested in the 
field of history. Members are 
required to have a 3.1 gpa in 
history courses and a 3.0 gpa 
overall. Members served as 
judges' aides in the annual 
History Day Activities held at 
Model Laboratory School. 
The organization provided 
varied cultural and intellectu- 
al activities for the benefit of 
its members. Phi Alpha Theta 
has been on campus for four- 
teen years. The group's advi- 
sor is Dr. Keith Algier. 




Front row: Ruth Graybar, Mellane Wininger, V.P, Lauren Welch, Pres., Patti Towery Back row: Anna Perry, Janet 
Johnson, Belinda Ward 



Phi Epsilon Kappa is a 

physical education honorary 
fraternity. The stated purpose 
of the organization is to en- 
courage professionalism in 
the field of physical educa- 
tion. The honorary is open to 
physical education majors 
who have completed at least 
twelve credit hours and have 
at least a 2.5 gpa. The group's 
activities included bloodmo- 
bile donations and the promo- 
tion of lectures. Phi Epsilon 
Kappa has been on campus 
for nine years. The group is 
advised by Dan Lichty and 
Hal Holmes. 




Front row: Daniel Lichty, Adv.. Preston Johnson, Sec, Rick Zacholski, Pres., Stuart Wilson, V.P, Lisa Prop. Hist. 
Second row: Belinda Gray, Karen Olde, Terri Johnson, Teresa Cann, Danny Ducan. Back row: Eric Smith. Wendy 
Stevens, Rhonda Hollinger. 



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Front row: Nancy Elliott, Hist., Susan Sickmeier, Jennenifer Smith, Audrey Shively. Melinda Williams, Proj. Chair. 
Second row: Amy Gaier, Pres.. Elizabeth Manby, Rec. Sec, Lisa Ford, Linda Meal, Jackie Chapmen, Treas. Third row: 
Ann Binkley, Chap., Linda Rozak, Katherine O'Daniel. Nancy Thomas, Ruth Phillips. Adv. Back row: Beth Dauzen- 
berg, Sallie Smith, Barbara Coffey, Marisa Wientjes, V.P. 



The national home eco- 
nomics honor society, Phi Up- 
silon Omicron, helped to 
serve and advance the home 
economics profession. Mem- 
bers must be a second semes- 
ter sophomore majoring in 
home economics with a gpa 
of 3.0. Phi (Jpsilon Omicron 
has participated in Meals on 
Wheels and other community 
projects. The group also pro- 
vided a resource room in the 
Burner Building for all home 
economics students. The 
group provided its members a 
chance to meet people from 
other areas of home econom- 
ics. Phi (Jpsilon Omicron has 
been on campus for ten 
years. Their advisors are Dr. 
Betty Powers, Mrs. Ruth Phil- 
lips and Ms. Sue Linnenkohl. 




Founded in 1935, Pi Ome- 
ga Pi is a business education 
honorary that establishes en- 
thusiasm for the teaching pro- 
fession. Assisted by Myrena 
Jennings and John Gump, 
the society prepared its mem- 
bers to be qualified business 
teachers. All members must 
be at least a second semester 
sophomore with a 3.0 jn busi- 
ness and education €ourses. 
Activities of the organization 
are designed to enhance the 
desirability of the teaching 
profession. This year they 
participated in the Blood 
Drive and various organiza- 
tional activities. Pi Omega Pi 
is one of the oldest honoraries 
on campus. 



Front row: Patricia Pratt, Anna Stewart, Beth Mclntyre, Pres., Genniver Warren, Treas., John Gump, Adv. 



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Psi Chi is a national honor soci- 
ety in psychology. The members 
fostered an interest in advancing 
the science of psychology as well 
as to encourage and maintain high 
scholarship. Members with a major 
or a minor in psychology must be 
ranked in the top thirty-five per- 
cent of their class in general schol- 
arship. Psi Chi expanded its 
group's knowledge of psychology 
through various invited guest 
speakers. This year Psi Chi visited 
the Eastern State Mental Facility. 
Also, the honorary sponsored a 
colloquium with several speakers 
in the field of psychology. They 
were installed on the university's 
campus in May, 1968, and are ad- 
vised by Dr. William H. Watkins. 




Front row: Rodney Swain, Pres., Teresa Patterson. V.P, Laura Epperson, Sec/Tres., Jackie Filicky. Pub/ 
Chair., Second row: Sheila Hardin, Jennifer Robin, Teresa Byrnside, Back row: Lara Burnette, Roger Hommes. 
Doug Stewart, Terri Cox, William Watkins, Adv. 



Sigma Delta Pi, an honorary for 
Spanish students, promoted inter- 
est in the Spanish Culture. Mem- 
bers are required to have a 3.0 gpa 
in Spanish courses and be ranked 
in the upper thirty-five percent of 
their class. The group fostered an 
interest in the Spanish language 
and Hispanic culture. Under the di- 
rection of Norris MacKinnon, the 
members served as liaisons for 
Spanish speaking foreign students 
and others in Richmond. Sigma 
Delta Pi aided the Red Cross in 
blood drives and participated in 
language conferences. The group 
has been on campus since 1973. 




Front row: Gaye Bush, Jennifer Blade, Sec/Tres., Devera Midgett. Adv. Back row: Juli Hastings, V.P, Amy 
Guss. Jeff Cook, Pres. 



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Sigma Tau Delta is an Eng- 
lish Honorary open to juniors, 
seniors, and graduate stu- 
dents with a minimum GPA of 
3.0 in all courses. Second se- 
mester sophomores can be in 
Sigma Tau Delta and partici- 
pate in the associate level on 
campus while the rest of the 
members participate in the 
national level. The members 
held a schedule of events that 
include going as a group to 
plays, visiting other Sigma 
Tau Delta Chapters, and an 
initiation banquet. The origi- 
nal chapter of Sigma Tau Del- 
ta died out in the 1950s but 
was reestablished in 1971. 
The advisors are Dr. Dorothy 
Sutton, and Dr. Harry Brown. 



Front row: Karen Gohmann. V.P., Dawn Marsh, Sec.Treas.. Lori Butler, Pres., Johanna McQuilkin, Prog. Dir., Dorothy 
Sutton, Adv., Harry Brown, Adv. Second row: Allison Jacobs, Lane Butler, Charlotte Howard, Janet Johnson, Juli 
Hastings, Tammy Lusby, Debbie Fraysure. Back row: Jeff Cook, William Humes, Diane Thornton, Jennie Beckner, 
Barbara Oliver, Jennifer Blade, Linda Leach, Cindy Yates, Ellen (Jtley, David Fessler, 




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Front row: Kyle Burke, Frances Mudd, Sec, Suzanne Fawbush, V.P., Alan Raven, Pres. Second row: Cindy Yates, 
Rep., Jean Finley, Jill Foster, Laura Shogstrom, Robin Aberg, Selma Carruba, Linda Chavies. Third row: Genniver 
Warren, Jane Stander, Regina Burton, Wanda Craig, Lisa Pace, Scarlett (Jpchurch, Helen Harris. Back row: Verna 
Baker, William Britton, Robert Robinson, Steve Whitson, Doug Smithson, Sharon Parks. 



Sigma Tau Pi is a Business 
Honorary which promoted a 
feeling of unity and fellowship 
among its members and op- 
portunities for social and edu- 
cational growth. They held 
meetings and activities to get 
to know members. They pro- 
moted goodwill and pride in 
the university. To be in Sigma 
Tau Pi, members must have 
completed 12 hours or be cur- 
rently enrolled in the business 
curriculum, be a sophomore, 
junior, or senior and maintain 
a GPA of 3.0 or better. Sigma 
Tau Pi is the oldest organiza- 
tion on campus, they were 
founded in 1926. Their advi- 
sor is Dr. Fred Engle, Jr. 



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Phi Kappa Phi is a senior honor society. Their purpose 
is to encourage superior scholarship in all academic 
areas. Phi Kappa Phi's adopted motto is "Let the love 
of learning rule mankind." These sixty-three seniors 
have attained a gpa of 3.7 or higher and have demon- 
strated scholarship and leadership in their fields of 
study. Phi Kappa Phi is the highest ranking honorary at 
the university. 



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Kimberly Abell 
Jeffery Amburgey 
Jeff Andrews 
Donald Batch 
Susan Baumann 
Jennie Beckner 
Ninya Birch 
Scott Bradford 
William Britton 
Anne Cattarello 
Kok-Wah Cheong 
Christina Collins 
Eddie Coulter 
Lavaun Davidson 
Thomas Eagle 
Laura Epperson 
Martha Eversole 
Suzanne Fawbush 
Tammy Faulkner 
Scott Goss 
Gregory Goulet 



Ruth Graybar 
Jill Green 
Carla Griffith 
Amy Guss 
Kenneth Hansson 
Jeffery Helton 
Margaret Hill 
Charlotte Howard 
Linda Jasper 
Donna Jungclas 
Tama Kirby 
Tamara Knox 
Hameed Koury 
Cynthia Lambert 
Vivian Lee 
Robert Lemon 
John Long 
Laura Madden 
Rebecca McFadden 
Susan Miller 
Carla Moore 



Mary Morehous 
Alice Osbourn 
Debra Pace 
Kerry Pence 
Greg Peterson 
Carolyn Powell 
Judy Short 
Karen Spegal 
Laura Spencer 
Carole Stagnolia 
Nancy Steddom 
Rhonda Story 
Rodney Swain 
Elizabeth Tenery 
Elizabeth Turley 
Scarlett (Jpchurch 
Susan Wentworth 
Susan Willis 
Janet Wilt 
Cynthia Yates 
Douglas Young 



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A nomination to Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges is an honor to this years fifty 
seniors. Outstanding students were nominated by 
faculty, staff, and the Student Association. Eligibility 
requirements include a 2.7 gpa, being active in at 
least one recognized student organization, being en- 
rolled for at least two years including graduation, 
and they must not have been on social probation 
since their second semester at Eastern. Each college 
is assigned a quota of nominees and many times 
that quota are received by the final nominating com- 
mittee. The guiding principle behind the honorary is 
that college students are the resevoir from which our 
nation draws its leadership strength. 




Kimberly A. Abell 
Susan J. Baumann 
Sandra K. Beck 
Jennie L. Beckner 
Jennifer K. Blade 
Anne M. Cattarello 
Kimberly C. Coy 
Lynne A. Dalton 
Frances L. Davidson 
Thomas G. Eagle 
Melinda G. Easley 
Nancy L. Elder 
Laura J. Epperson 
Suzanne P. Fawbush 
Jean E. Finley 
Laura J. Flowers 
Michael D. Ford 
Amy E. Gaier 
Tyra D. Gaylord 
Kathy L. Goode 



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Scott E. Goss 
Angela M. Hamilton 
Margaret Hill 
Godbey D. Holt 
Rosemary Husted 
Allison Jacobs 
Preston C. Johnson 
Tama Kirby 
Marilyn Lakes 
Beth A. Mclntyre 
Carla A. Moore 
Mary Morehous 
Frances A. Mudd 
Vicky A. Newell 
Nancy Oeswein 
Laura S. Parker 
Kerry Pence 
Shanda Pulliam 
Alan R. Raven 
Tammie K. Sammons 



Kimberly L. Sasser 
Sallie P. Smith 
Jean A. Strait 
Rodney Swain 
Diane Tobergte 
Susan Wentsorth 
Kim D. Whitley 
Steven K. Whitson 
Janet L. Wilt 
Richard D. Zacholski 



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The Association of Child- 
hood Educational Interna- 
tional is a professional club 
which promoted the interests 
of children and youth in the 
community. They held infor- 
mative meetings, held their 
major fundraising activity, the 
annual book fair, and pub- 
lished the Childhood Educa- 
tion Magazine. A. C.E.I, co- 
sponsored a state conference 
held in Madisonville, Ken- 
tucky in September and the 
national conference held in 
Cleveland, Ohio in April. The 
group has been on campus 
for over 20 years. The advi- 
sors are Dr. Alfred Morris and 
Mabel Jennings. 









Front row: Mr Kenneth Griffith, Adv , Anita Mudd. Treas.. Kim Abell, Sec, Kathy Getst, VP, Scott McKinney, Pres. 
Second row: Ramona Gabbard, Barbara Simpson, Donna McComas. Robin Aberg. Julia Price, Verna Baker. Janice 
Martin. Selma Carruba, Jeff Dean, Third row: Gary Catberg, Regina Burton, Tamela Meade, Michael Conley, Colleen 
Brown, Kathy Hacker, Jessica Chilton, Robert Robinson, Danny Parker, Back row: William Britton. Marvin Maupin, 
James Jennings, Mark Sizemore, Jeff Andrews, Anthony Davidson, Michael Napier, Alan Raven, Gary Avers. Chuck 
Gibson, 



The Accounting Club is an 

organization whose purpose 
is to acquaint members with 
accounting procedures and 
the business world outside of 
classes. They provide trips to 
show the practical aspects of 
accounting. Members went to 
Cincinnati for a meeting with 
the D. H. & S. Accounting 
Firm. They also held presen- 
tations at Holiday Inn for the 
"Big Eight" accounting firms. 
The club members tutored 
students in accounting 
courses, and also performed 
a service to the community 
by preparing free tax returns 
through the VITA program. 
Their advisor is Mr. Ken Grif- 
fith. The group has been on 
campus since 1963. 




Front row: Leslie Robinson, Sec. Elect, Kay Turpin, VP, Elect, Kelly Payne. VP. Janie Biagi, Treas., Carla Moore. VP, 
Jenny Bramstedt. Sec. Jennifer Wells, Pres.. Cindy Lear, Pres. Elect. Second row: Rob Schwann, Kimberly Rapson. 
Cora Costello. LouAnn Schreiber. Back row: Alfred Morris, Adv., Mabel Jennings, Adv.. Patty Kauscher. Angela 
Kelsch, Kim Kuhn, Jennifer Bingham, Mary Moore. Jana Day, Paula Morton, James Turesdell. 



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The Agriculture Club, on 

campus since 1951 , is open to 
all agriculture majors. It's pur- 
pose is to assist these people 
in agriculture in the develop- 
ment of character and com- 
petent rural and urban leader- 
ship. Social activities offered 
this year included cookouts, 
hayrides, a halloween party, 
and the annual spring ban- 
quet. The club also repaired 
and tuned up lawnmowers in 
the spring. Their money-mak- 
ing project was selling cheese 
and honey. They are advised 
by Glenn Hayes and Michael 
Judge. 



Front row: Scott Althauser. Treas-, Debbie Barnes, Rept , Ray Marcum, Pres.. Beth Sebastian. Sec. Mike Scott, V.P 
Second row: Larry Greenweil, Lisa Malone, Phil Jones, David Riggle, Karen French, Chuck Williamson Back row: 
David Weiss, Michael Schlanser, Willie Hawkins. Diane Corbett, Gayle Willoughby, Sam Deacon, Michael Judge, 
Advisor- 




Front row: Cindy Thomburg, Marilyn Lakes, Ed Taylor. Sgt. at Arms, Rosemary Husted, Pres.. Diane Feger, Treas.. 
Don Simpson, V.P, Barbara Moser, Sec, Anita Marcum, Beth Tittle. Second row: John Potteiger, Tim Lyon, Douglas 
Kinney, Joe Stephany, Emily Kurtz, Sue Graham, Scott Cooper, Angela Leaver, Janet Quigg, Joan O'Shields, 
Virginia Eversole, Everett Roberts, Sandy Steilberg, Randy Kaplan, Mitch Bailey. Back row: Tim Carman, Kevin 
Cornelius, Scott Giambattista, Scott Imhof, Paula Lee, Lynne Dalton. Sandy Dunn, Sheri Pogue, Scott Pickett, 
Jacqueline Truesdell, Cindy Adams. Wendy Solderitch, Gina Gandolfi, Sharon Mclver, Debbie West, Dwayne Pettit, 
Paul Adelfio. Paul Dillon, Daniel Moore. 



The Association of Law 
Enforcement is a social orga- 
nization for all students major- 
ing or minoring in some as- 
pect of law enforcement. 
A.L.E.'s purpose is to give the 
members an opportunity to 
belong to a law enforcement 
career-orientated organiza- 
tion. They held social gather- 
ings, sponsored guest speak- 
ers, and conducted field trips 
for the members to enable 
them to meet and come in 
contact with other students of 
law enforcement. A.L.E. reg- 
istered bicycles for students 
and faculty on campus. 
A.L.E. has been on campus 
since 1969. Their advisor is 
Mrs. Lucille Robuck. 



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American Marketing 
Association is an organiza- 
tion for all marketing ma- 
jors and other students 
who are in the College of 
Business. Their purpose is 
to unite marketing and 
business majors in a struc- 
tured learning atmosphere. 
AMA hosted guest speak- 
ers who come from all over 
the country to explain their 
marketing techniques. 
They provided a resume 
booklet, in which all mem- 
bers submitted their re- 
sume to be sent to various 
major corporations across 
the country. AMA offered 
credit cards from Sears and 
Zales to all students inter- 
ested in establishing credit 
with a National Credit Bu- 
reau. Their advisor is Dr. 
Janet Hibbard. 

The Art Students As- 
sociations purpose is to 
provide and create an at- 
mosphere in which stu- 
dents can express and 
further their artistic en- 
deavors. ASA also 
worked with the campus 
and community as a 
whole to create an inter- 
est in art. The group also 
worked with the art de- 
partment and faculty to 
generate more student/ 
faculty involvement. 
Club activities included 
trips to local art events 
and a major metropoli- 
tan art center. The club 
also provided social ac- 
tivities for the members. 
They are advised by 
Donald Dewey. 




Front row: Tommy Cooper. Pres., Steven Hensel, Treas.. Larry Fredrick. V.P., Libby Riley. Sec. Second row: Robin Fetzer. 
Laura Skogstron. Scott Jennings, Bob Sipes, Jodi Watters, Deborah Gumm, Susan Van Dyke. Kim Charles. Shelly Gex, 
Chas Barkie, Shelia Miles. Third row: JoAnna Handy, Keith Haden, Doug Allender, Mary Hall, Karen Giuffre, Pam 
Bowles, Louella Williamson, Kim Bennett. Keeley Embrey, Jill Cassell, Cindy Jeffries, David Mills Back row: Jeff 
Philpot, Tim McDonogh, Dave Dunlap. Mike Ek, Willie Weathers, Scarlett (Jpchurch, Kathy Spainhower, Kathy Cannon. 
George Johnides. Brian Gibbs, Mark Trick, Randy Greeves. 




Front row: Colleen Hoppe, Diane Shoemaker, Treas., Kathy Oldham. Pub. Chmn.. Cindy Lio. Second row: Sarah Phillips, 
Patty Phillips, Susan Massey, Scott Noland, Glenna Yancey. Sec. Jamie Jarvis, Anita Hagan, Jennifer Borror. Third row: 
Dallas Moses, V.R, John Yates. Chmn. Short Trip Com., Cheryl Fessler, Carla Kegerres, Marsha Bush, Elee Nichols Back 
row: Donald Dewey, Advisor,, Bennie Wright, David Jackson. Jim Edmon, Lou Schnier. Barb Scheider, Ranoy Lykes. 



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The Baptist Student Union is a religious organiza- 
tion on campus that is a fellowship for, and a minis- 
try to, EKG students and the surrounding area. The 
BSU promoted Christian growth and the love of Je- 
sus Christ through fellowship with other students. 
They gave the members a chance to become better 
leaders in the church and an opportunity to find and 
express the love of Christ by ministering to others, in 
activities such as worships and Bible study groups. 
The BSU is known for their clown, puppet, sign 
language for the deaf, and drama ministries. They 
held weekly programs for children whose parents 
lived on campus, they provided services to persons 
in the jail, and had weekly visits to the nursing 
homes in Richmond. The BSU provided activities for 
internationals in the community. They also partici- 
pated in blood-drives, meals-on-wheels, homecom- 
ing, and intramural recreational programs. The BSU 
has been offering activities for Eastern's students 
since 1931. The advisors are Rick Trexler, Campus 
Minster and Claude Smith, Faculty Advisor. 



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Front Row: Tony Watkins. Rec. Co . Jenny Helton, Soc. Co., Janet Boothe.Cen, Outreach, Robin Stotts, Mis Co., Keith Stillwell. Spir. Life Co., Beth Mclntyre. Pres.. Jeri 
Watson, V.R, Tom Son, Wor. Co.. Donna Champion, Com Co., Theresa Hardy, Int. Co., Theresa Brown, Bapt. Yng. Wo., Susan Cheap, Spc. Act. Co.. Krista Wyrick, Spec. 
Min. Co., Alice Cooper, Foods Co. Second Row: Colleen Sasser, Kelly Vincent, Nancy Searing, Davina McClellan, Molly Tharp, Janet Buck, Melanie Allison, Donna York, 
Sandra Bass. Becky Radin, Teresa Byrnside, Stacey Stevens, Michelle Whitaker, Rita Hartley, Sandy Adkinson, Connie Kramp, Cindy Meholovitch. Third Row: Cheri 
Hinchman. Jana Vandry, Christy Lee, Robyn Clifton, Beverly Huff, Connie Sipple, Mary Jane Mitchell, (Natalie Sharp, Bambi Sutherland, Delphia Davis, Carolyn Ashley. 
Ruby Huff, Dana Gisler. Richelle DeBell, Pamela Clifton, Linda Williams, Linda Chavies, Lana Chavies, Marcia Bellard, Sheila Smith, Debbie Fowler, Annette Burdine. 
Joyce Christman. Fourth Row: Susan Berry, Michelle Preece, Sharon Hardy, Dana Reed, Janiece Gibson, Kathy Skirvin, Cindy Eglian, Janet Leslie, Tamyra Prater, 
Becky Watts, Sandy Newkirk, Dianne Cimmins, Lee Kinkle, Bertha Brown. Fifth Row: David Schlatter, Philip Smith, John Spencer, David Stamps, Kevin Ashley, 
Donald Mattingly, Tom Thomas, Eugene Reffett. Billy McKoy, Melanie Vincent, Frank Enlow, Jim Shank, Rob Schawann, Richard Garland. Larry Puckett, Mary Bishop, 
Richard Dezarn, Debbie Baker. Back Row: Jeffrey Patterson, Janice Martin, James Horn, Mel Smith, Raymond Hilman. Willim Ellis, Tal Gribbons, Joseph Powell, Todd 
Blevins, Robert Kramp, John Kennedy, Micheal Hayes, Steven Moscoe, Eddie Coulter, Kelly Young, Dennis Stephens, David Stephens, David Arnold, Marty Elliott, Jott 
Sudduth, Blaine Kelly. 



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The Bowling Club strived 
to get students interested in 
bowling and helped them im- 
prove their skills for competi- 
tion in bowling. They also 
strived for good sportsman- 
ship and group activities. 
Some of the tournaments the 
club participated in were the 
Colonels Classic, the Racers 
Classic, and the Coca Cola In- 
vitational. The club provided 
coaching and scoring assis- 
tance in the special Olympics 
for bowling. They also assist- 
ed in keeping score in the 
Kentucky State Womens 
Bowling Tournament. This 
years team was the reigning 
conference champions. The 
Bowling Club has been on 
campus since 1973. Sgt. M. 
Christie was the group's advi- 
sor. 




Front row: DuWayne Gant, Scott Hardwick. Treas., Darcie Berg, V.P, Bridget Kersey, Pres., Leo Dyehouse, Team 
Capt, Second row: David Craft, Lori Mosely, Tanya Holder, Beth Bellanca, Jama Reynolds, Team Capt., Lee Kinkle. 
Dinah Penick Back row: Tony Newman, John Welch, Kent Keplinger, Keith Granig, Billy Dorten. Greg Darst, Kevin 
Jones. 



The Baccalaureate Stu- 
dent Nurses Association is 
an academic service organiza- 
tion which assumes responsi- 
bility for contributing to nurs- 
ing education in order to pro- 
vide for the highest quality of 
health care. BSNA allowed 
members to apply their nurs- 
ing knowledge, meet other 
nursing students, and to ex- 
pand their knowledge of the 
nursing profession. BSNA 
provided programs of funda- 
mental and current profes- 
sional interest and concerns. 
They also sponsored the bian- 
nual Red Cross Blood Mobile, 
the Blood Pressure Clinic, and 
collected aluminum cans. 
BSNA has been on campus 
for five years, and are advised 
by Kitty Crowley and Jean 
McQill. 




Front row: Connie Smith, Publicist, Judy Meiman, Rec. Sec , Cheryl Dabney, Treas , Kim Vail. Pres.. Diane Tobergate. 
V.P. Nancy Swanson, Co-pub,, Thersa York. Janice Young, Anita Johnson. Second row: Janelie White, Jill Schelling, 
Brandee Langford, Patricia Powers, Sarah Heil, Sheri Wade, Lisa Rullman. Nancy Coleman, Amy Peterson, Marion 
Gibson. Shirley Tobe, Elana Wheatley, Denise Ackerman Third row: Tonja Bollinger, Amy Topp, Susan Ziegler, 
Kathryn King, Cathy Gaier, Sue Pohlman, Michelle Vielhaver. Mary McAuliffe, Pamela Meal. Karen Rhodes, Cathy 
Rich, Lori Kelley, Lori Clark Back row: Tammy Galloway, Kelly Schoo. Nancy Elder, Kim Coy, Sheri Doster, Ellen 
Barlow, Valerie Wade. Julie Wira, Shelia Grider, Cynthia Stearman. Jeanine Goldey, Teresa Fields. Debbie Motley, 
Sherrie Smith, Beth Routledge. 



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Front row: Margaret Hill. V.P., Karen Mitchell, Pres., Ginny Link, Ben Meisenheimer, Treas., Tyra Gayiord, Sec. 
Second row: Jeannie Blaho, Charlie Sutkamp, David Ponder, Connie Hall, Gayle Spencer, Donna Lamvers. Sherry 
Bowen, Lynne Coy. Donna Frazer. Third row: Amy Woiford, Thomas Brown. Jon Sutkamp, Mike Sutkamp, Brian 
Amacker, Regina Reynolds, Tammy Gilbert, Lisa Bentley. Back row: Dr. John Meisenheimer. Adv., Jeffery McAfee, 
Kevin Miller, Steve Boyd, Wayne Pointer, Ben Childers, Harold Bertrand, Eddie Lawson. 




The Caduceus Club is a 
club for students interested in 
medicine and other related 
health fields. They presented 
programs which included 
speakers in all areas of the 
medical field to help students 
make informed career 
choices. The Caduceus Club 
took a trip to a regional medi- 
cal center. They held a picnic/ 
cookout and a banquet in the 
Spring for their members. 
The Caduceus Club is one of 
the original organizations that 
still exist on campus, it was 
founded in 1931-32 by Mr. 
Meredith J. Cox, a chemistry 
professor. Their advisors are 
Dr. John L. Meisenheimer, 
and Dr. Sanford Jones. 



The Catalina Club is a 
group that worked to pro- 
mote physical fitness and to 
familiarize their members and 
the campus with equatic 
swimming. The members 
benefited by becoming and 
keeping physically fit. Cata- 
lina Club also helped them de- 
velop the artistic creativity in 
performing the routines. Four 
clinics and tryouts were held 
in the fall for interested uni- 
versity females. The girls pre- 
sented the Spring Water 
Show in April, the theme was 
"A Salute to Walt Disney." 
Catalina club has been on 
campus since 1952. Their ad- 
visor is David Todd Day. 



Front row: David Day, Adv., Melanie Harvey, Sec, Susie Hedges, Treas.. Angela Gammon, Pres., Penny Doan, V.R 
Second row: Robin Dosch, Linda Neumann, Karen Olde, Laura Ensor, Bethany Cahill, Sharon Sorensen, Lori 
Stringer. Back row: Lynn Bishop, Suzanne Wells, Nannette Metz, Lisa Frye, April Riffignone. 



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The Data Processing Man- 
agement Association is a stu- 
dent chapter of the profes- 
sional D.P.M.A. organization. 
The goal of D.P.M.A. is to give 
the students a better under- 
standing of the vital business 
role of data processing, its re- 
lationship to management, 
and to install a professional at- 
titude among data processors 
in the application of the data 
processing skills. The mem- 
bers visited computer facili- 
ties, donated to University 
Pals, provided the computer 
program for the "Monster 
Bash," and raised money for 
the Robert Shesley Scholar- 
ship. D.P.M.A. has been on 
campus for four years, their 
advisor in Dr. E. Lin. 




Front row: Mary North, Sec. Mehdi Tavakolian. His., Pamela Williams, Pres., Mitzie O'Rourke, V.P, Rhonda Richert. 
Treas. Second row: Danny Carroll, Karla Barnhart, Julie Scearce. Tammie Sammons, Nancy Leedy. Jennifer 
Westerman, Joy Stewart, Gina Abell, Beth Witherspoon, Renee Smith, Tim Fentress Third row: David Stamper. Ken 
Brown, Pamela Carl. Michael Blackerby, Carla Griffith, Michael Grisham, Robert Johnson Jr. Rhonda Stickley. 
Bobby Estes, David White Back row: Patrick Ridgley. Adv.. Brian Fruth, Ron Frederick. Ronald Johnson. John 
Harlow, Harold Palmer, Steve Raike, Gregory Hunt. 



The Eastern Dance The- 
atre is a performing arts club 
that offered students the op- 
portunity to study dance 
technique, dance choreogra- 
phy, and to perform in faculty 
and student choreographic 
works. E.D.T worked to stim- 
ulate an interest in artistic and 
creative dance by offering 
concerts each semester that 
were open to the public. They 
also offered partial scholar- 
ships to attend various work- 
shops throughout the school 
year. E.D.T. also attended col- 
lege dance festivals where 
they shared their experiences 
with similar performing 
groups. E.D.T. has been on 
campus since 1950. Their ad- 
visors are Ms. Virginia Mill 
Jinks, and Ms. Bonnie Eppes. 




Front row: Bonnie Eppes. Adv.. Leslie Turner, Layne Mayard, Donna Becker, Sec , Art Rupe. Pres., Kirsten Has 
brouck. Colleen Fultz. Virginia Jinks, Adv. Second row: Lisa Bentley, Kelli Neal, Corita Saffer, Marilyn Londeree, 
Jennie Russell, Vicki Bentley. Libby Amelang, Susie Howard, Ann Helfrich. Back row: Michael Bingham, Chequita 
Owen, Susie Combs, Cheryl Yates, Kim Myers, Kelli Medley, Kim Decker, Bobbie Johnson. Bertis McMillan. Scott 
Northcutt. Jimmy Stone. 



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The E-Club is a coed athlet- 
ic letterman's organization. 
Their goals are to work to- 
ward better conditions for ath- 
letes and to bring about desir- 
able relationships between 
students and faculty in regard 
to athletics at the university. 
The group served as ushers at 
all home basketball games, 
and awarded E-Rings to ath- 
letes at the end of their senior 
year to allow them free admis- 
sion to all home football and 
basketball games. They are 
advised by Coach Tom Hig- 
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Front row: Don Combs, Brian Conroy, Sec/Treas., Jim Scott, Pres., Rocco Pangallo Second row: Kristi Spangen- 
berg, Marcia Haney, Vivian Bohon, Shannon Brady. Back row: Gary Hardoerfer, Mark Bender. Todd Clements, Party 
Supvsr., Chuck Gibson, Scott Vennefron. 




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Front row: Joe Morton, Craig Dieringer, Martin French, Michael Kooch, Steely Dan, Billy Begley. Second row: Harold 
Blackburn, Kevin Riley, Vincent Young, Joe Clark, Dean Loring, Dan Craft. Third row: Lee Reynolds, Treas., Jerry 
Miller, Dave Dunlap, V.P., Mark Abeling, John Potteiger, Dave Henry. Back row: Lenny French, John Fihe, Brian 
Clarke, Pres., Mike Eek, Sec, Chris Barney. 



The EKCI Rugby Club par- 
ticipated in the gentleman's 
sport of rugby football. It pro- 
moted teamwork, competi- 
tion, and sportsmanship 
among its members. The club 
is self-supporting, with mon- 
ies being raised through fun- 
draising projects. Because the 
Rugby Club is not recognized 
as a University sport, mem- 
bers paid for uniforms, equip- 
ment, and travel expenses 
themselves. Spring brought 
tournaments and the greatest 
amount of competition for 
the Rugby Club. They fin- 
ished the season with a record 
of 4 and 4. The club played 
college teams as well as other 
rugby clubs. Rugby is a slow- 
growing sport in Kentucky. 
They are advised by Dr. 
Charles Forester. 



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The Explorer's Club is a 
coed, outdoor adventure or- 
ganization. The club offers 
members the chance to meet 
new people while experienc- 
ing the fun and adventure of 
the great outdoors. They are 
affiliated with the Boy Scouts 
of America. They try to pro- 
vide the best activity for the 
lowest cost possible, this is 
feasible since the group owns 
much of its own equipment. 
This year they participated in 
the Red River Gorge Clean-up 
and the Klondike Derby. 
Some of their weekend trips 
included hiking, Whitewater 
rafting, snow skiing, and re- 
pelling. The club has been on 
campus since 1972, and their 
advisor is Michele James. 




Front row: Annette Jones, Pub Rel., Tim Fentress. Pub Rel.. Julie Price. Treas.. Len Packett, Pres., Sue Lincoln. V.P, 
Maggie Price, Sec, Jim Metzger, Nancy Forward Second row: Phil Fox, Gwenny Reome. Becky Gardner. Kathryn 
Barnes, Karen Olde, Trev Ford. Third row: James Brandenburg, Patrick Goodin, David Craft, Tonya Tate, Laura 
Winebrenner, Chnsti Loane. Wendy Bryan. Brian Capogna. Mike Velten Back row: Ed Heeg, Bob Heueel, Erin 
Magorske, Joan Kirk, Garry Meqibben, Greg Rieck, Chris Verdow, Arch Carrico. 



The Finance Club is the 

newest organization on camp- 
us. They were founded in 
March, 1982. The club pro- 
vided encouragement to 
members for accomplish- 
ments in the Finance field. 
Their goal was to encourage 
and maintain friendly rela- 
tions with business execu- 
tives. The club gave members 
the chance to meet other stu- 
dents who were interested in 
Business Finance. It also gave 
them an opportunity to get 
some firsthand information 
from business personnel. 
Their advisors are James 
Cain, Virgil Brewer, and 
James Alford. 




Front row: Gary Tasman, Treas,, Anitta Mulholland, Sec . Sarah Baker, Pres.. Bob McMichol Second row: Becky Hill. 
Maria Jahnes. Patty Chadwell, Jeff Treadway Back row: Scarlett Clpchurch, Elizabeth Ison, Elaine Hoke. Doug 
Lickert. 



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The Food and Nutrition 
Club was open to students in 
the Nutrition and Food Ser- 
vice Administration. The pur- 
pose of the group was to pro- 
mote proper nutrition 
throughout the campus com- 
munity. They did this through 
their nutrition column in the 
campus newspaper. During 
the month of March, the club 
sponsored the National 
Month of Nutrition in which 
information about nutritional 
topics were supplied. The 
club also provided assistance 
with the Meals on Wheels pro- 
gram. The Food and Nutrition 
Club has been on Eastern's 
campus for the past fourteen 
years. The members were ad- 
vised by Effie Creamer. 



Front row: Lisa Ford. Pub., Mary Menk, Pres., Nancy Thomas. V.P Second row: Pam Patterson. Mary Wilkins, 
Belinda Maness, Sherry Mikles. Lisa Swillinger. Back row: Sue Wolfe. Lisa Cubbage, Louise Menk, Tracy Phillips, 
Robyn Clifton, Barbara Hutzel, Anne Bauch. 




The Football Hostesses as 
a club have been at the uni- 
versity for the last four years. 
Their main objective was to 
assist the football program 
with high school recruits and 
their parents prior to home 
games. It gave the girls an op- 
portunity to promote the uni- 
versity and its athletic pro- 
gram. To become a hostess, 
all interested girls attended an 
informal interview. Invitation 
appeared annually in the FY1. 
The number of hostesses se- 
lected depended upon the 
number of players that were 
expected to be recruited. The 
Football Hostesses were ad- 
vised by Coach Jim Tanara. 



Front row: Elizabeth Ison, Linda Duncan, Connie Russell 
Moxsel, Adv., Barbara Coffey, Karen Spivey. 



Back row: Robin Cummins, Suzanne Fawbush, Judy 



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The FTD Horticulture/AAN club is an active 
organization in the horticulture department. Their 
main purpose is to increase professionalism in the 
horticulture field and related industries. They try 
to offer students special programs in the floral 
industry and keep students aware of the rapid 
changes in the field. To the graduating members, 
the club tries to provide transition opportunities to 
post college positions. The club is known for the 
plant sales in the Powell building, for providing 
free floral arrangements to academic offices, and 
the plants they sold daily in the book store. They 
went to conventions, held banquets, and spon- 
sored their annual Christmas party for the Dessie 
Scott Children's Home. They are sponsored by 
Robert Lay and Steve Black. 



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Front Row: Steve Black, Adv.. Suzanne Taggart, V.P. Karla Adams. Treas., Tim Tingle, Pres., Gayle Willoughby. Sec , Jerri McCarter. Reptr . Robert Lay, Adv. Second 
Row: Cheryl Barfield. Laura Winebrenner, Daniel Smith. Kenny Kirkpatrick. Beth Sebastian. Randall Powell. Hazel Stout. Back Row: Barney Joseph, Michael Duncan, 
Samuel Deacon. Donna Junglas, Diane Corbelt, Anne Barker, Renee Pequignot, Charles Schad, James Potts, Rodney Anderson. 



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Front row: Rob Schawann, V.P., Connie Smith. Hist., Carol Hoskins, Sec, Cheryl Schneringer, Treas., Lane Butler, 
Pres. Second row: Dawn Marsh, Diane Duvall, Lisa Rullman, Rachael Keyser Back row: Dr Alan Bettler, Advisor, 
Tammy Peavy, Donna Jackson, Sudie Martin, Rita Moore 



The French Club is a spe- 
cial interest social organiza- 
tion. They provided educa- 
tional and recreational oppor- 
tunities indicitive of the 
French culture. The group 
held two fundraisers and took 
a trip to the World's Fair, and a 
wine and cheese party, and 
prepared a Cajun dinner. 
These being some of the ac- 
tivities held in the fall. Spring 
semester they participated in 
the Foreign Language Culture 
weekend at Maywoods, had a 
display case depicting the 
French culture in the library, 
and presented a French play 
and dinner for the campus 
community. The group has 
been on campus since 1970, 
and is advised by Dr. Alan 
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The German Club is an or- 
ganization open to anyone 
with an interest in the German 
culture and its language. 
They strive to further the cul- 
tural knowledge of Germany, 
motive interest in other for- 
eign countries, and to bring 
an awareness to the general 
public. The group provided tu- 
toring for students in German 
courses, participated in the 
Richmond Oktoberfest, held 
candy sales, and sponsored 
the Christmas party for the 
Foreign Language Depart- 
ment. The club has been on 
campus for ten years. Their 
advisors are Dr. Sylvia Burk- 
hart, Dr. Ursel Boyd, and Dr. 
Theodor Langenbruck. 



Front row: Tim Price, Sec, Juli Hastings, Treas,, Mark Kuhn. Pres., Tim Stamps, Hist., Yvonne Wisnicky, V.P Second 
row: Claudia Hall, Lane Butler, Michelle Vielhauer, Carla Morehead, Linda Pelz, Sylvia Burkhart, Advisor, Theodor 
Langenbruch, Back row: Jenni Wood, Carolyn Bohn, Ursel Boyd, Rachael Keyser, Tom Pinckley, Carmen Cornett, 
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The Health Records Stu- 
dent Organization of Ken- 
tucky is a professional organi- 
zation for students majoring 
in the health records field. The 
purpose of HRSOK is to pro- 
mote personal, academic, 
and social growth of students 
in the club. The organization 
sponsored field trips, films, 
speakers, and social gather- 
ings for members. They held 
fundraisers for charity, partici- 
pated in the United Way Cam- 
paign, the bloodmobile, and 
the EKCJ Arts and Crafts Fair. 
The annual Medical Records 
Awareness week was also 
held for the Richmond and 
campus community. The 
group has been on campus 
for ten years. They are ad- 
vised by Linda Grodsky. 




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Front row: Gary Preece, V.R, Jennifer Justice, Pres., Susan Wentworth. Sec/Treas. Second row: Charlotte Preece, 
Pamela Ward, April Raffignone, Brenda Brown, Eileen Lear, Back row: Leslie Stewart, Susan Schehr, Mary Rudd, 
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The Insurance Society is a 

special interest organization 
that promotes involvement in 
insurance theory and the in- 
dustry. On campus since 
1981, the group has provided 
opportunities for its members 
to speak to representatives of 
the insurance industry. They 
tried to give members activi- 
ties that would help the stu- 
dent in preparing to be profes- 
sionals, keeping in mind that 
they were there for the indi- 
vidual citizen as well as the 
general public. This year they 
tried to make the students 
aware of the Insurance Major 
and the career opportunities 
that go with it. The society 
attended several conferences 
to maintain contacts and to 
compete scholastically. They 
are advised by Dr. Weese. 




Front row: Steven Parrish, V.P, Henry Goins, Jack Taylor, Pres.. Joy Rupert, Sec/Treas., Chris Woodall. Second row: 
Mark Schmitt, Sonja Newman, Sikru Ogbulu. Gerald Combs, Paula Williams. Ted Kiesler. Back row: Gary Frohn, Bob 
MclNichol, Tom Pendery, Bradley Knisley, Cathy Wieschhoff, Jeff Combs. 



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Kappa Delta Tau, the female service organi- 
zation, served the campus and Richmond com- 
munity throughout the year. It was a specia 
year for the girls as it was their 20th anniversa 
ry. Founded on March 1 1 , 1963, their main goa 
was service. They strive to uphold their consti 
tution through as many service projects as pos 
sible. Some of the projects this year were spon 
soring a Phillipine boy and a local girl scout 
troop, and collecting for CJnicef at Halloween. 
They were also involved with the local Meals on 
Wheels program by stitching linen towels and 
delivering meals at Thanksgiving, and they 
took a trip to Danville Children's Home for a 
Thanksgiving party. This was the fourth year 
for their Sunshine Week held outside the Powell 
Building every semester during dead week. The 
pupose is to cheer up and give moral support to 
students as they pass by. The girls participated 
in the Hanging of the Greens, the Lambda Chi 
Alpha Watermelon Bust. They are advised by 
Dr. Nancy Peel. 

LEFT: Diane Rice cheers a student up for his upcoming finals. 




Front row: Nancy Leedy. Fin. Chmn., Becky Judge. Rec. Chmn-, Jennie Beckner, Rec. Sec, Helen Harris, Ser. Chmn., Donna Burnett, V.P., Regina Cain. Pres.. Lois Ann 
Ferrill, Pledge Chmn., Cheryl Klatt, Asst. Pledge Chmn.. Sharon Roberts, Hist., Shelli Hendren, Chmn . Jane Hamilton. Prog/Pub. Chmn. Second row: Mary Moore. 
Michelle O'Bryan, Lynn Dee Weber. Shonna Blackwell, Vicki Lawson, Kim Evans, Pam Lathrem, Sharon Cox, Diane Rice, Kim Sasser, Pari., Jeannie Lies, Vicki 
Wooldridge, Wilma Jo Knox. Third row: Jennifer Hockey, Patricia Short, Jerri McCarter, Tari Wilson, Corr. Sec, Dana Columbia. Anna Stewart. Kathy Cannon. Kathy 
Donegan, Dewana Sandlin, Cheryl Gehringer, Tyna McClure, Karen Katter. 



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The Little Colonels drill team is 
one of the attractions at the Univer- 
sity's basketball games. This year 
the girls added a flair to their rou- 
tines with their new eye-catching 
uniforms. Each performance was 
choreographed by the co-captains, 
and practiced many hours a week 
by the girls before being put on in 
front of a crowd. The group is self- 
supporting. Expenses are paid via 
money-making projects and from 
the girls pockets. Tryouts are held 
in the fall and spring semesters for 
any interested full-time girl. 



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kle perform in their new uniforms in Alumni Colise 




Front Row: Tracey Smith. Sharon Criswell. Jennifer Parrigan, CoCapt . Sabrina Bates. Co-Capt . TammieEwalt. Melinda Wood. Second Row: Susan Wiley. Pam Winkle, 
Jennifer Foraker. Cammy Jones, Kathy Potter, Michelle Hammons Back Row: Heidi Ladenburger, Lisa Clark. Annette Slater. Terri Bagby. Linda Rankin, Rhonda 
Davenport, Amy Brown. Linda Foreman. 



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Keene Hall Council strives to 
improve living conditions for resi- 
dents in Keene Hall. They involve 
students in such activities as the 
Homecoming float, a swim party, a 
pizza party, a Hoe-Down, and a 
brother/sister program with 
Combs Hall. They also have the 
Mrs. Keene Hall pageant where 
men dress up as women and pre- 
sent a talent show. They held mov- 
ies and presentations on basketball 
and vandalism control. They were 
the most productive and visible 
hall council on campus. They are 
an extension of Men's Interdorm 
and have been on campus since 
1968. They are advised by Pitt 
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Front row: Eddie Martin, Pres., Ken Kearns. V.P. John Kasier. V.P., George Starks. Prog. Dir./lnt Rep Back 
row: Paul Greenwell. Fir Rep., Walter Hollingsworth. Fir Rep.. Detnck Briscoe. Fir. Rep.. Tom Atchison, Fir. 
Rep., Chuck Schad. Fir. Rep.. Alan White. Fir. Rep 




Front row: John Tillson, V.P, Barry Shaw, Sec. Tom Sayler, Treas Second row: David Goeing, Mark 
Gairback, Detrick Briscoe. Rodney Swain, Back row: Ken Kearns, V.P, Dean Sechrest, Eddie Martin, Pres. 



Men's Interdorm is a govern- 
ment body comprised of males 
who reside on campus and strive 
to bring male resident halls closer 
together. Their goal was to im- 
prove living conditions for the 
males on campus. The club gave 
members a chance to learn the in- 
ternal workings of the campus. 
They co-sponsored the Monster 
Bash during Halloween, the Air 
Band Dance, the Mardi Gras Night, 
and the Big Kiss for the United 
Way campaign. They have been 
making living conditions better 
since 1960. They are advised by 
Dan Bertsos. 



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National Student Speech, 
Language, and Hearing As- 
sociation's main goal is to 
promote interest in the profes- 
sional field of communication 
disorders. NSSLHA does var- 
ious activities throughout the 
year. The money raised is 
used for giving gifts to chil- 
dren who attend speech and 
hearing clinics on campus. 
They are very active in the 
WHAS Crusade for Children 
by collecting money to help 
their programs. The club 
gives members a chance to 
meet the faculty, attend semi- 
nars and conventions. They 
have been on campus since 
1970. They are advised by Dr. 
Margo Wilson. 




Front row: Kelly Allen, Treas., Naomi Arnold, VP, Katherine Chlsm, Pres., Diane Seng. Sec. Back row: Rebecca 
Williams. Connie Sipple. Rep. Fac. Kathy Clayton, Donna Smith, Susan Wade- 



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Phi Beta Lamba is the Na- 
tional organization for all stu- 
dents in business, office, or 
teacher education. Their goal 
is to bridge the gap between 
the classroom and office 
world by giving members a 
chance to learn first hand 
about the business communi- 
ty. PBL also helped students 
develop business leadership, 
promoted an understanding 
of the American business en- 
terprise, and helped establish 
employment and career 
goals. They participated in 
the Kentucky Fall Officers 
Training Conference, the 
Southern Leadership Train- 
ing, and the Kentucky State 
Leadership Training Confer- 
ence. 




Front row: R.B. Wulleumier, Adv., Maresa Taylor. Pari., Tracy Davidson, Rep., Janice Martin, Sec, Lynne Hampton, 
Fst. V.P., Tim Fentres, Pres., Scarlett Gpchurch, 2nd. VP, Sharon Parks, Treas., Mike Hall, Hist. Second row: Lisa 
Hart, Gayle Lear. Melissa Hardin, Susan Robertson, Cara Dyer, Cindy Allen, Liz Robinson. Susan Carmack. Helen 
Harris. David Mills. Mary Buchanan, Susan Ehret. Carla Blankenship, Tami Howard, Lisa Lake. Third row: Charles 
Rowlett, Angela Hobbs, Stacy Cox, Sharon Criswell, Amy Florence, Elizibeth Wernery. Jacki May. Vera Reffett. Penn 
Distler. Lisa Pace, Nancy Carey, Vicki Ewen, Vickie Tyra, Susan Lincoln. Julia Gearing. Back row: Larry Greenwell. 
Anthony Davidson, Donna Stevenson, Julia Price. Teresa Burchette, Kimberly Wilson, Caterina Mahler. Soyna 
Brooks. Gerald Combs, Wanda Craig. Wilma Rodgers. Kent Gilman, Tammy Crum, Larry Fredick, Jack Taylor, Gary 
Avers. 



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Front row: Shirley Serini, Adv., Shannon Cunningham, Sec, Sandy Beck, V.P, Lynn Crawford, Pres., Alice Osbourne, 
PR, Die, Mary Rushing, Natl Liaison, Susan McClarty, Treas., Cathy Huffman, Hist. Second row: Scott Gunnighe, 
Linda Simmons, Cheryl Scheringer, Deana Wilson, Anne Brotzge, Anita Sturgill, Lane Butler, Pamela McHugh, Dana 
Knighton. Back row: Mike Savage, Jeff Asher, Paul Gurry, Brenda Hawkins, Ashley Boyd, LuAnne Hinton, Toyna 
Simpson, Traci Wimsatt, Debbie Pollard. Cindy Huber, Michael Blaser, Tim Crawley. 



Public Relations Student 
Society of America is a pre 

professional club which al- 
lows public relations students 
the opportunity to gain valu- 
able experience while still in 
school. This year members 
started a student-client Public 
Relations Agency which pro- 
vided local businesses an af- 
fordable quality service. 
Members attend regional and 
national conferences, and 
were invited to give a presen- 
tation at a meeting of the 
Bluegrass chapter. PRSSA 
sponsored the second annual 
Bizarre Bazaar, which allowed 
clubs to promote themselves 
and their services. Their advi- 
sors are Shirley Serimi and Liz 
English. PRSSA was formed 
in 1977. 



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Front row: Kenneth Blari, Stanford Robinson, Fred Scheerschmidt, Stewart Underwood, Everett Roberts, Michael 
Wagers, Brent MacMorland, Exec. Off., Brian Brode, Co. Cmdr., William Vockery, Fst. Sgt., Ward Wood, Kyle Burke, 
Mary Utter, Toyna Steinlander, Myron Rader, Debbie Long. Back row: Margot Roberts, Ken Lawson, Stephen 
Johnson, Charles Steele, Joe Back, Sgt., Brela Rose, Adv., Cpt. William Boner, Adv., Cpt. Jerry Love, Adv., 
Jacqueline Trvesdell, David Keyser, Brian Epperson, Wade Ammerman, Lee Howard. 



The Ranger Company is a 
ROTC co-curricular organiza- 
tion whose aim is to recruit 
members into ROTC, train 
Junior cadets, and provide 
valuable training for the ad- 
vancement of ROTC. The 
club supported the university 
in providing recreational ac- 
tivities, such as free repelling 
to interested students. They 
also assist the military police 
with the traffic control during 
parades. The club also trained 
a SWAT security team from 
the Bluegrass Army Depot. 
They also worked with the 
101st Airborn Division, and 
the 149th Infantry. They have 
been on campus since 1964. 
They are advised by Captain 
William Boner. 



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The Recreation Club's stated purpose 
is to help recreation majors and minors 
improve their skills by participating in 
various activities and workshops that 
could benefit them in the future. Mem- 
bers had the opportunity to go repelling 
and camping at the Pinnacles, hiking, 
and sight seeing at Mammoth Cave. 
The club operates an adopted Grand- 
parents program with a local nursing 
home. They also raised money for the 
American Heart Association. Members 
attended the Mational Conference in 
Louisville, and workshops at 
Maywoods. The club is sponsored by 
the Recreation Department and is ad- 
vised by Dr. Marion Ogden. 




Front row: Sue Bettasso. Pres.. Dr. Marion Ogden. Adv. Back row: Angle Glatthaar. Sec Michele 
Foreman. V.P, Jeff Smith, Treas. 




Front row: Jeff Smith. Angie Glatthaar, Sue Bettasso. Michele Foreman. Dr. Marion Ogden. Second row: Jon Wilsby, Beverly Huff, Sharon Rhinerson, Sharon Glass, 
Debbie Long, Julie Mattson. Stacy Stevens. Back row: Andy Crumbacker, Nancy Lang. Tammy Kabler, Elizabeth Phelps, Monica Cummings, Melodye Foreman, Marcie 
Stone, John Spalding. 



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Student Association of Le- 
gal Assistants is a student 
professional organization 
whose purpose is to foster 
leadership and scholarships in 
the paralegal program. SA- 
LA's goal is to provide educa- 
tional experience for mem- 
bers through guest speakers, 
trips, and contacts within par- 
alegal professionals in the 
state. They strive to make the 
community more aware of 
the paralegal profession. So- 
cially, the group held picnics 
and get-togethers for their 
members. SALA has been on 
campus since 1976. They are 
advised by Dr. James 
McCord. 



Front row: Charlotte Howard, Rptr. Vicki Moore. Sec. Libbie Turley, Pres. Back row: Vicki Tyra. Debbie Fraysure, 
Ronda Oeder, Ralph McClanahan. 






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Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management is a 
business club designed to as- 
sist student members in learn- 
ing the practice of profession- 
al management. SAM helped 
prepare students for the tran- 
sition from college to their 
first post-college position. 
They also assisted the mem- 
bers in establishing and 
achieving career goals. SAM 
is a contributor to the Univer- 
sity Pals, and sold EKCJ but- 
tons during the football 
games, and "survival kits" for 
finals week. They have been 
on campus since 1977. They 
are advised by Dr. Eric Panitz. 



Front row: Joe Leising, Treas., Phylisha Stone. Sec. Doug Lickert, V.P Memb.. Jill Foster, V.P Promo,, Tammie 
Sammons, Pres., Kim Charles, V.P Back row: Cindy Yates, JoAnna Hardy. Lisa Miles. Kathe Spainhower, Eric Panitz, 
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Sigma Tau Alpha is a ser- 
vice sorority comprised of 
Rainbow girls. Jobs Daugh- 
ters, and Eastern Star mem- 
bers. The group was very ac- 
tive in the community and 
worked with charities, local 
blood mobile, maroon balloon 
sale at homecoming, Cystic 
Fibrosous, and the World Hun- 
ger program. For their mem- 
bers, they offered scholar- 
ships and a chance to meet 
masonic contacts. Alphi Pi 
Chapter of Sigma Tau Alpha 
was awarded one of the ten 
national awards in 1 982 out of 
75 chapters, and helped to ini- 
tiate a new chapter of WKU. 
They have been on campus 
since 1977. Their advisors are 
Charlene Tipton and Patty 
Reed. 




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Front row: Marcie Ball. Sec Jennifer Blade, Treas., Becky Ostranger, VP Karen Ayres, Pres.. Cindy Cole, Hist.. Serv. 
Second row: Annette Lawson, Lisa Wiseniewski. Kathy Oliver, Guide. Kim McCarthy, Beth Daughtery, Alpha, Patti 
Reed. St. Dir. . Sara Watts. Back row: George Channey, Carolyn Thomas, Sg.. Sally Gill. Sigma Tau, Lana Adams, 
Christie Muss, Soc. Chrp.. Mike Hall. 



Student Occupational 
Therapy Association pro 

vided opportunities for their 
members to promote and par- 
ticipate in occupational ther- 
apy on campus and in the 
community. Their projects in- 
cluded working with special 
Olympics, telethons and road 
blocks for charity. SOTA par- 
ticipated in the Kentucky and 
Mational Occupational Ther- 
apy Conferences. They en- 
gaged in activities to further 
the dissemination of knowl- 
edge of the practice of occu- 
pational therapy. They have 
been on campus since 1977 
and are advised by Pam Car- 
er. 




Front row: Valerie Mach, Sec. Susie Baumann, Pres., Gina Goodman. Treas., Debra Faulkner, V P Second row: Ingnd 
VanDwyne, Angela Gammon, Maria Cooper, Eve Dunning, Nancy Turnwald. Sue Filippi, Lynn Monahan Third row: 
Debbie Ludlon, Tammie Hood, Susan Skees, Laurie Whitworth, Janet Wilt, Ruth Clatos, Julie Jehn Back row: Missy 
Meek, Jackie Rodgers, Anne McAuliff. Judy Kersting, Shelli Dominique, Jana Vandry, Kathryn Creagmile. 



198 Organizations 




Textiles, Clothing and 
Fashion club is open to stu- 
dents interested in these 
fields. They strive to broaden 
the students knowledge of 
the textile and fashion indus- 
try through social and profes- 
sional contacts. They ac- 
quaint members with the new 
developments in the textile, 
clothing, and fashion indus- 
try. Members sponsor a ca- 
reer day on campus where lo- 
cal area managers, designers, 
and fashion consultants dis- 
cuss the industry. They spon- 
sor a "New York Night" where 
members dress up for a 
classy party. They have been 
on campus since 1977 and 
are advised by Dr. Christine 
Calvert. 



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Front row: Lisa Neihaus, Treas-, Susan Followell. PR . Melinda Williams. Pres., Susan Lincoln. V.P, Shelia Ryder. 
Sec, Carla Herbert. Hist. Back row: Johnie Smith, Sharon Snell. Kelly Kettenring. Connie Russell. Robin Rich. 
Thomasina Dabney. Tracy Swanner. Alicia Hennessey. Deborah Gash. Sue Wells, Elizibeth Stokes 




Front row: Janis Grimes, Adv., Lisa McManus, Exec. Mem., Shelli Dominique. V.P. Donna Burgraff. Pres.. Mary Alsip, 
Sec, Treas., Andi Leeson, Exec Mem.. Lavaun Davidson. Exec. Mem. Second row: Dawna Beebout, Debbie Covey, 
Debbie Long. Stephanie Domanico. Nancy Leedy, Shelia Howard. Susan Moorehead. Third row: Dawn Marsh. 
Theresa Buschoff. Kim Abell. Carla Morehead, Melissa King, Toyna Simpson. Kathleen Wooton. Back row: Dianna 
Sissel, Tammy Gilbert, Amy Bowman. Jill Molden. Karol Korfhage. Yvonne Winsnicky, Laura Gnepper. Linda 
Erpenbeck. 



Women's Interdorm is a 

government organization that 
strives to improve conditions 
for women living on campus. 
They provide and promote so- 
cial activities and create a bet- 
ter line of communication be- 
tween women residing on 
campus and the administra- 
tion. Members are given the 
opportunities to serve on an 
elected legislative body. 
Womens Interdorm proposed 
the bill that initiated summer 
open house hours, extended 
regular open house hours, 
and the library hours. They 
have been on campus since 
1965 and are advised by Jan 
Grimes, who was recently ap- 
pointed Director of Womens 
Residence Hall Programs. 



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GREEK IS IT refers to the es- 
sence of Greek life as it exists at 
Eastern. No Greek may be neces- 
sarily better as a person, but his/ 
her life may be benefited in the 
process. Rush is evidence of that 
fact, particularly in the fall. 

Rush offers each incoming 
freshman a chance to meet peo- 
ple, experience new horizons and 
grow as a person. Rush offers ev- 
eryone to see firsthand the bene- 
fits so cherished by Greeks — ser- 
vice, leadership, social, friendship 
and scholarship. 

The fact remains that no matter 
what phase of college life, whether 
or not you choose the Greek way, 
no life remains untouched. Rush is it. 

200 Greek Life 




"Mo man is an island unto him- 
self" wrote John Donne some 350 
years ago. This statement holds 
true today. 

Greek organizations are only as 
strong as their weakest link, and 
each person must make rush work 
as a unit, a finely tuned machine. 
No one can take away another's 
college memories, but it is time to 
share a few. 

* College life offers you the oppor- 
tunity to learn; 

Greek life provides the motiva- 
tion through scholarship and 
leadership programs. 



LEFT: Debbie Jefferies (left) and Mitzie O'Rourke 
glance over the rush booklet used this fall. The 
pamphlet contained all of the information rushees 
needed during sorority rush. O'Rourke is a Chi 
Omega and a Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister. 
Jefferies became a Delta Zeta pledge, (photo by 
Mansfield) BELOW: Alpha Gam Land was the 
theme for this rush skit. Skits are an integral part 
of the creative process used for rush 
entertainment. This one is performed by Alpha 
Gamma Delta Sorority, (photo by Mansfield) 
RIGHT: Another rush party shows everyone that 
the Kappa Alpha Thetas do not mind "clowning" 
around, (photo by Thompson) 



College life offers you a wide 
range of activities; 
Greek life organizes and involves 
you in them. 

College life offers social events; 
Greek life offers you organized 
social interaction. 
College life offers the benefits of 
the community; 

Greek life involves the communi- 
ty through philanthropy proj- 
ects. 

College life offers you four 
years; 

Greek life offers you a lifetime. 
Greek is it. 




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Greek Week provided a great fi- 
nal celebration for the hard work of 
the Interfraternity Council and 
Panhellenic for the years 1982-83. 

The second Greek Week began 
with a carnival at the Courthouse 
to raise money for the Cancer Soci- 
ety. Also for cancer, the Greeks 
smashed the McDonald's Drive- 
Thru Record. 353 Big Macs, fries 
and cokes were munched during 
the world record breaking event. 

Greek games pitted sororities 
and fraternities in intense competi- 
tive battle. Beta Theta Pi and Phi 
Beta Sigma tied for the men's 
games. Delta Sigma Theta took 
the women's honors. 

At the Armory dance and 
awards presentation, Beta Doug 
Holmes and KD Michele Paul were 
selected as Greek Man and Woman 



of the year. The Betas and Kappa 
Delta were the Greek Week overall 
champions. 

Service projects of Panhellenic- 
IFC included the Great Leukemia 
Clean-Clp, where Greeks collected 
over $500 for Richmond patients 
by cleaning up Richmond. United 
Way projects were with the Wom- 
en's Basketball team and through 
the "Rake-It-In-For-CJnited Way" 
event. 

A Greek orientation for incom- 
ing students helped to start rush in 
the summer. A total of 161 women 
and 154 men pledged in the fall. 

Spring plans included the Pan- 
hellenic Miss EKCJ Pageant, a Pan- 
hellenic Women's Concern Week, 
an Alcohol Awareness Week and 
the third Greek Week April 10-16. 





TOP RIGHT: The Pi Beta Phis and Beta Theta Pis work and have some fun while 
gathering leaves for the "Rakelt-lnForOnited Way. (Photo by Mansfield) RIGHT: 
Beta Theta Pis get involved with raising money for the Cancer Society during 
Greek Week. (Photo by Mansfield) ABOVE: Nancy Holt gives her expert advise 
during the Greek Week games. (Photo by Thompson) 




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First row: Kevin Sage, Jeff Hummer, Nick Murphy — President, Tony Whalen — Secretary, Nancy Hoit — Advisor, Tom Stipes — Treasurer, Second row: Tony 
Crenshaw, Greg Kennedy, Kelly Wynn, John Grass, George Johnidies, Kenny Yeron, Willet Crane, Third row: Joe Kloecker, Brian Gibbs, Pete Jones, Mark Ruddell, 
Darmon Atkinson, Scott Scheynost. 




row: Lauren Triplet, Mitzie O'Rouke, Leslie Moyer, Renee Jeffnes, Julie Wira, Third row: Amelia Shuford, Jill Foster. Amy Gardner, Jane Howard, Laturtya Holioway, 
Fourth Row: Beth Wright, Lisa Wolnitek, Deana Moore, Jeanean Turner, Brigitte Griffin, Susan Fox. 



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ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 





Front Row: (L-R) Pamela Black. Dean Of Pledges and Corresponding 
Secretary; Wanda Reagins, Treasurer; Melinda Coulter, Vice President; 
Juanita Mason, Vice President; Marlene Black. Sergeant-At-Arms; Lisa 
Robinson. Recording Secretary; Back Row: (L-R) Bridget Hill. Denise 
Wilson, Treasurer; Sheryl Bradley, Advertising; Jennifer Watkins; Amelia 
Shuford, Panhellenic Delegate 



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All the money that the Zeta Nu 
chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha 
made went to the community, or 
for service. 

The the community, the AKAs 
played in a charity basketball 
game for the Richmond Orphan- 
age. They sponsored a needy child 
through Model school. They also 
donated gifts to Kenwood Nursing 
Home, gave to the EKG Nursing 
Society, and went Greek Christmas 
caroling. 

Other donations were $500 to 
the Dotie Rhea Scholarship, $100 
to the Barbara Hunter Scholarship, 
the NAACP and the Red Cross. 



LEFT: A picture of closeness, AKAs (L-R) Sheryl Bradley and Britta 
Dunn struggle in the Sigma Chi Derby, (photo by Thompson) 



204 Greeks 



DELTA SIGMA THETA 





(L-R) Lucy Howard; Lynn Davis, Vice President; Sherlanda Holloway; Frederlca 
Smith; Charlene Jones; Mary Henderson, President; Janet Walker; Lisa Frey; 
Brigitte Griffin; Jeannean Turner, Secretary; Gwendolyn Rice; Latonya Curring- 
ton, Treasurer; Deidra Hickman; Tawana Webb 



This year, as always, the Eta 
Rho chapter of Delta Sigma Theta 
had service on their mind. 

The Deltas sponsored a canned 
food drive for the Kidney Founda- 
tion, a Leukemia drive, a party at 
the Kenwood House for the Elder- 
ly, and they went Christmas carol- 
ing. 

Socially, the ladies of DST cap- 
tured Teke basketball, placed sec- 
ond in Greek Week and helped in 
the Danville Special Olympics. 

The climax was the 12th annual 
Delta Week March 21:27. The fea- 
tures were the Mr. Esquire Pageant 
and the Battle of the DJs. 



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LEFT: Deltas Sherlonda Holloway, Gwen Rice, Tawana Webb and Charlene 
Jones celebrate their victory in the Teke basketball tournament. Defeating the 
Alpha Gams, the Phi Mus, The Alpha Delta Pis and an independent team in the 
finals, the Deltas were basketball champs, (photo by Bigesby) 

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ALPHA DELTA PI 



Scholarship provided the drive 
in Alpha Delta Pi. They had the 
highest GPA on campus and 
ranked in the top four in National 
GPA. The sisters won the Diamond 
Four Point Awards for the second 
consecutive year at the National 
Convention in Boulder, Colorado. 

During Homecoming, the ADPis 
placed four girls in the court. Su- 
zanne Fawbush, representing the 
SAEs, captured Homecoming 
Queen. Carol Kimmel finished as 
second runner-up. Other honors in- 
cluded two girls in the Pike Calen- 
dar, the SX Derby Queen and the 
Lambda Chi Bust Queen. 

The year in sports for Alpha Del- 
ta Pi proved successful. They cap- 
tured the Phi Delt sorority softball 



tournament, the Pike Bowling 
Tournament and the Phi Mu Swim- 
A-Thon for charity. They also par- 
ticipated in Beta Football, KA Old 
South and SAE County Fair. 

Showing their support of the 
football team, the ADPis won the 
spirit contest sponsored for the At- 
lanta Superstation televised night 
game against Murray State. 

The ADPis sponsored the annu- 
al talent show, "The Greek Follies." 
They were main contributors in the 
Leukemia clean-up of Richmond. 

Right: Christy Rotunno smiles as she ends her turn 
in the relay race of the KA Ols South Olympics, 
(photo by Hunt) Below left: Susan Will (L) pins 
another button on Lambda Chi Bust Queen Debbie 
Scott, (photo by Mansfield) Below right: A boy 
chooses his favorite lollipop during Greek Week 
1982. Debbie Dunn and Nadine Hornack watch the 
action, (photo by Mansfield) 





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1. Maggie Sherman 2. Paula Shafer 3. Bonnie Fisher 4. Susie Quessenberry 5. Amy Runyan 6. Kim Scott 7. Julie Wilfert 8. Karen 
Spy 9. Kim Erschell 10. Lauren Triplett 11. Jean Finley, Treasurer 12. Lisa Erhardt, Pledge Trainer 13. Suzanne Fawbush, Vice 
President 14. Christ! Rotunno. Standards Chairman 15. Tracy Wimsatt, President 16. Kathy Shields 17. Pam McHugh. Scholarship 
Chairman 18. Karla Hebert, Rush Chairman 19. Allison Buck 20. Wendy Swenford 21. Katherine Fulcher 22. Robin Cummins 23. 
Kathy Rich 24. Lisa Cloud 25. Jani Ethridge 26. Paula Goatly 27. Amy Gardner. Panhellenic 28. Leesa Wimsatt 29. Linda Eckart 30. 
Myra Poore 31. Melanie Hill 32. Nadine Hornack 33. Lori Kelley 34. Sandy Hall 35. Suzanne Zweigart 36. Jennifer Bakehorn 37. 
Linay Broadbeck 38. Ann-Michele Ciconni 39. Janet Thomas 40. Libby Ison 41. Debbie Kelley 42. Jill Cassell 43. Melissa Gaw. 
Registrar 44. Debbie Covington 45. Debbie Anderson, Chaplain 46. Gayle Hauz 47. Stacy Catlett 48. Caroline Keihl 49. Lynn Hartz 
50. Rhonda Goodman 51. Sarah Baker 52. Linda Rozak 53. Beth Dauzenberg 54. Karen Hancock 55. Susan Will 56. Molly Weigel 
57. Lisa Henson 58. Jennifer Brown 59. Mary Weigel 60. Cathy Carrier 61. Donna Smith 62 Debbie Dunn 63 Cindy Stanford 64 
Angie Kingsland 65 Beth Hayes 




ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 




ABOVE: In the SAE County Fair. Vicki Gruber runs with her mouth full of apple in the apple-bobbing contest. Alpha Gams (L-R) Margaret Stamper, Mel 
Buttery, Paula Shirley, Shelly Bryson, Laura LeMaster and Joanie McClellan cheer her on. (photo by Thompson) OPPOSITE: At the Alpha Gam Pajama 
party. (L-R) Jackie May, Julie Wira and Ann Wilson perform a skit for the rushees on their dormitory floor. No one would reveal the guys on the other end 
of the phone lines, (photo by Kuchle) 




208 Greeks 








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1. Belinda Cox 2. Ellen Cammack 3. Vicki McCormick 4. Todd Nolan 5. 
Dave Math 6. Barry Arnold 7. Robbie McClellan 8. Sue Schofield 9. Dawn 
Quisenberry 10. Amy Brown 11. Denni Cook 12. Jennifer Roblin 13. 
Barri Straughn 14. Susie Hampton. Publicity 15. Missy Meek. President 
16. Tammy Hibbard. Treasurer 17. Margaret Stamper 18. Laura 
LeMaster, Rush 19. Vicki Gruber, Standards 20. Julie Wira, Panhellenic 
21. Penne Distler 22. Robin Rich 23. Terri Harmon 24. Christi Loane 25. 
Ann Wilson, Activities 26. Paula Shirley 27. Becky Brown, House 
Chairman 28. Genia Rice, Recording Secretary 29. Stacy Wallace 30. 
Carolyn Johnson 31. Selena Smith 32. Jennifer Parrigan, Rituals 33. 
Joanie McClellan, Altruism 34. Marisa Madras, Social 35. Lesa 
Amburgy, Membership 36. Patty Shannon, Vice President 37. Jackie 
Mary, Vice President 38. Shelly Bryson 39. Carrie Holbrook 40. Liz 
Childers 41. Phyllis Whitehead, Corresponding Secretary 42. Melanie 
Buttery 43. Annette Slater 44. Sally Irving 



Alpha Gamma Delta shined in 
the service area for the year. They 
sold balloons at Maroon Balloon 
Day, and they staged the annual 
Mr. Sexy Legs contest for Juvenile 
Diabetes. The Alpha Gams fin- 
ished second in the Leukemia 
Trash Clean-up of Richmond, 
which was sponsored by Panhel- 
lenic and 1FC. 

This Gamma Omicron chapter 
kept very active. They strived in 
KA Old South, Greek Week, Phi 
Delt Softball, TKE basketball and 
the SAE County Fair. The Alpha 
Gams captured first place with 
their Homecoming float. 

The Alpha Gam Milestone pic- 
ture theme was "Alpha Gams Rac- 
ing through the 80's." The Cor- 
vette was provided by Buford- 
Shoop Chevrolet. 

Socially, the sorority had three 
dances and a Spring Formal. 




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LEFT: Alpha Gam Shelly Bryson displays her 
magical talents as she makes a dog with some 
balloons at the Alpha Gamma Delta Carnival rush 
party in the spring, (photo by Thompson) 



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CHI OMEGA 















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210 Greeks 








LEFT: Chi Omega Jodi Watters sneaks up on her 
unsuspecting victim at the SAE County Fair. Chi 
Os would drench anyone on the grounds for only a 
quarter at the Baby Owl Booth. Judging by the 
picture, they seem to enjoy their work, (photo by 
Mansfield). BELOW: Sigma Chi coach Brad Baker, 
cheers for Chi O Melinda Ross after a great catch of 
a very breakable water balloon (photo by Thomp- 
son) 



1. Missy Hall, President 2. Nan Metz 3. Janet Martin 4. Sheila 
Miles 5. Susan Gregory 6. Marilyn Hoffman 7. Susan Sickmeier 8. 
Jennifer Smith 9. Robin Cobb 10. Wendy Powell 11. Julie Green 
12. Wendy Stevens 13. Shannon Cunningham 14. Mitzie 
O'Rourke 15. Kathy Shaw 16. Kim Dozier, Pledge Trainer 17. 
Robin Strode 18. Tammy Bushman 19. Anita Vincent. Secretary 
20. Karen Matthews 21. Kathy Hoagland 22. Kristi Estill 23. Kim 
March 24. Julie Baldwin 25. Jodi Dunn 26. Pam Ward 27. Renee 
Looney, Treasurer 28. Kelly Matthews 29. Sandy Schaefer 30. 
Stacy Kuhn 31. Rhonda Richert 32. Cathy Queen 33. Teresa 
Hatfield 34. Angela Pyle 35. Robin Monk 36. Julie Rees 37. Robin 
Dosch 38. Rhonda Hopson 39. Debbie Whitt 40. Pam Snyder 41. 
Sandy Rice 42. Teresa Sammons 43. Lisa Hoeferle 44. Mia Bisig 
45. Suzanne Wells 46. Linda Kunkel 47. Stacey Mobley 48. Meg 
Barton 49. Karen Sapp 50. Jeanine Goldey 51. Julie Blanchard 
52. Laura Ensor 53. Barbu Vitato 54. Jennifer Gath 55. Kay 
Kinman 56. Kathy Kidd 



Activities for Chi Omega were 
successful once again. For the sec- 
ond time in three years, the sisters 
captured the championship of the 
SAE County Fair. They were third 
in the Lambda Chi Watermelon 
Bust and the Sigma Chi Derby. 

The Chi Os sponsored a tea for 
the EKU Faculty, inviting the 
guests to socialize with the soror- 
ity. 

Chi Omega sparkled in their ser- 
vice projects. They attended the 
Special Olympics in Danville, 
helped with the Juvenile Diabetes 
campaign, and aided the Muscular 
Dystrophy Telethon. The "Owls" 
sponsored their first dance contest 
for the Telford Community Center. 
Together with the Sigma Alpha Ep- 



silon fraternity, the sisters ran the 
first Richmond Ugliest Bartender 
Competition for the March of 
Dimes. 

Other busy activities included 
fall rush and the social calendar. 
The Chi Os pledged 28 new baby 
owls for the fall. Socially, they had 
a Winter Formal at the Sheraton 
Inn and Spring Formal at the Conti- 
nental Inn. 







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DELTA ZETA 



Delta Zeta closed her history 
book of colonization a year and 
two days after appearing on camp- 
us. 

September 11, 49 Xi Beta 
founders signed their charter in a 
private ceremony. That evening in- 
stallation of the chapter was cele- 
brated over a banquet with parents 
and National officers. 

Delta Zeta made their mark in 
Greek activities. They won first 
place in the Lambda Chi Watermel- 
on Bust. They also hosted the first 
Delta Zeta Frat Man Classic for 
campus fraternities. All of the pro- 
ceeds from this new event went to 
the Gallaudet College for the Hear- 
ing Impaired. 

Other service-oriented projects 
included raking leaves for United 
Way and selling balloons for Juve- 




nile Diabetes. 

The DZ's first fall rush was a 
great success as 26 new girls were 
added to the order. 

The "Jolly Joker" dance arid 
Winter Formal were highlights of 
the social calendar. 

Keeping with their Milestone pic- 
ture theme, "Run For The Roses" 
(OPPOSITE), Delta Zeta provided 
a fitting poetic memory. 
* Little Yearling, 
What do you run to be? 
Will your rider wear silks 
Of pink and green? 
Racey two-year-old, 
What do you run to be? 
Will you win a blanket 
Of Kilarney roses for me? 



Delta Zeta 




TOP: During this Grease skit from rush, (L-R) Pati Beil. Lisa Catlett and Deaha Moore show off their acting abilities, (photo by Thompson) BOTTOM: 
While fraternities battle for the championship of DZ Classic. (L-R) Kristy Claybrooks, Cindy Kincheloe. Karen Steele and Donna Schuerman keep a 
watchful eye on the "frat men." (photo by Thompson) OPPOSITE: Delta Zeta member Melissa Sizemore provides spiritual guidance to her blind-folded 
followers in the DZ Mystery Game, (photo by Mansfield) 



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1. Reva Stewart 2. Shelly Berger 3. Pati Beil 4. Sharon Ruehrwein 5. Brenda 
Lewis 6. Kim Botkins 7. Karen Steele 8. Kim Davis 9. Shelly Dunlap 10. Debbie 
Marasa 11. Lisa Wolnitzek 12. Anne Barker 13. Nancy Jarrett 14. Denise Sheets 
15. Lynn Goddin 16. Lora Perkins 17. Kim Gilbert 18. Paula Mullins 19. Nancy 
McConnell 20. Stephanie Scott 21. Deaha Moore 22. Jackie Craft 23. Angie 
McKee 24. Peggy Krammer 25. Jeri Carter 26. Nancy Dreier 27. Lisa Bailey 28. 
Melissa Kidd 29. Lisa Dyehouse 30. Carolyn Osborne 31. Debbie Jeffers 32. 
Stacy Lewis 33. Karen Cochran 34. Donna Schuerman 35. Alisa Floyd 36. Linda 
Kern 37. Jane Blevins 38. Leslie Palmer 39. Sherri Breeze 40. Melinda Miller 41 . 
Tammy Jenkins 42. Loretta Lawson 43. Lisa Rullman 44. Susan Webb 45. 
Cherie Ramey 46. Mary Shemelya 47. Mary Osborne 48. Cindy Kincheloe 49. 
Kristy Claybrooks 50. Cathy Houston 51 . Penny Doan 52. Anita Denney 53. Teri 
Dimond 54. Beverly Wheeler 55. Ann McPherson 56. Mary Rudersdorf 57. Lady 
58. Missy Jacobsen 59. Cindy Wise 60. Maryleigh Hayden 61. Angie Monin 62. 
Lisa Cuccaro 63. Anna Osborne 64. Amy Berberick 65. Bonni Peterson 66. 
Rhonda Stickley 



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KAPPA ALPHA THETA 




1. Laurie Schroter, Fraternity Educator 2. Beth McCoun, Recording Secretary 3. Carla Moore, Scholarship 4. 
Mary Osborn. Standards 5. Holly Ream, Pledge Educator 6. Debbie Easley, President 7. Kim Best, Treasurer 8. 
Susan Shuff, Corresponding Secretary 9. Jill Foster, Panhellenic 10. Margaret McConkey, Social 11. Betsy 
Frymire 12. Mary Kay Leonhardt, Activities 13. Barb Clark, Efficiency 14. Martha Guess, House 15. Sheila 
Sells 16. Barb Harris, Marshal 17. Jane Kitchen, Service 18. Robin Wilson, Editor 19. Cindy Adams 20. Teresa 
Nicely 27. Lencia Alexander 22. Shen Armacost. Sports 23. Paula Castoro 24. Anne Frymire 25. Donna Cecil 
26. Holli Heberle 27. Julie Girten 28. Chris Halbauer 29. Stacy Kisker 30. Sandy Willis 31. Joan Lewis 32. 
Cindy Hayes 33. Shawna Burkett 34. April Russell 35. Jonda Blevins 36. Lisa Carmody 37. Jennifer Shelton 
38. Joy Rupert 39. Michelle Oyler 40. Cathy Moore 41. Peggy McMabb 42. Beth Ward 43. Libbie Richardson, 
Assistant Pledge Educator 44. Beth Miller 45. Missy Day 46. Sarah McConkey 47. Kim Kuhn 48. Kay Turpin 
49. Ronda Oeder 59. Beth Nixon 51. Colleen McGrady 52. Leslie Robinson 53. Barb Spahn 54. Jenny 
Griswold 55. Shelley Jenkins 56. Jeanne Chenault 57. Cindy Gibbs 58. Sondra Wells 59. Kim Blankenship 60. 
Kelly Jude 61. Cathy Howard 62. Christi Ward 63. Joy Hagan 





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Nationals rated Kappa Alpha 
Theta sorority at Eastern the most 
improved chapter. The "National 
Forward Award" was presented to 
the Thetas at their Grand Conven- 
tion in Scottsdale, Arizona. 

In sports, they conquered all 
foes in the Beta Football Tourna- 
ment. Beating the ADPis in over- 
time and the Pi Phis 12-0 in the 
final, they took home first place 
honors. 

In the ADPi Follies, the Thetas 
captured second place with their 
"Barber Shop Quartet." Other 
acts from a new fall rush included 
"All Wrapped Op In EKU" and 
"Greatest Show On Earth," which 
inspired the Milestone theme pic- 
ture. 

The Annual Halloween Dance at 
the armory raised money for the 
Theta National philanthropy, the 



"Institute of Logopedics." Several 
girls were volunteers for the Spe- 
cial Olympics in Danville. 

The University Thetas reached 
their tenth anniversary on March 
2, 1982. Thetas from OK and Cen- 
tre came to the University to mark 
the national Founder's Day Janu- 
ary 27, which made Kappa Alpha 
Theta 121 years old. 

Academically, the Thetas 
ranked second among sororities. 



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Bottom right: Theta and Little Sigma Libby Richardson eyes the elusive derby on the head of Sigma 
Chi Mark Fryman, (photo by Thompson) Bottom left: Laurie Schroter (L) and Holly Ream (R) hustle in 
the KA Old South Relay Race, (photo by Hunt) Above right: Quarterback Jackie Stengel guides the 
football with perfect form in the Beta Flag Football Tournament Her passing keys the Kappa Alpha 
Theta offense, (photo by Thompson) 



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KAPPA DELTA 




Above: Kim Gilbert of Delta Zeta awaits a hug from losing contestants. SX Dan 
Withrow. SAE Jon Beasey and SM Perry Tussey (seated LR) anxiously hope to be the 
lucky guy. Emcee and Kappa Delta King George Anderson (alias Richard Dawson) hosts 
the gala fall event, (photo by Mansfield) 




Enthusiastic Kappa Delta took 
the annual Sigma Chi Derby by 
storm. Honored with the "Most 
Spirited" sorority award, KD 
screams were heard all around the 
campus. Overall, the sisters cap- 
tured second place. 

KD Formal Rush was highlight- 
ed by a Broadway production dur- 
ing the final round. This fall skit 
helped get 26 new pledges. Those 
same pledges produced the annual 
Kappa Delta Dating Game in No- 
vember. 

In service, the KDs earned mon- 
ey for their national philanthropy 
in Richmond, Virginia — The Crip- 
pled Children's Hospital. They also 
visited a nursing home in Rich- 
mond. 

Socially, the KDs had 4 dances 
in Lexington. A combined mixer 
with the KDs and SAEs from the 
university and CJK highlighted the 
busy calendar. 




Right: A 3-headed monster invades the Sigma Al- 
pha Epsiton County Fair. This harmless Kappa Del- 
ta creature anxiously awaits the outcome of a 
county fair event. The 3 heads belong to (top to 
bottom) Lynda Steely, Kappa Delta coach Jon 
Beasey, and Julie Palachek. (photo by Mansfield) 
Upper right: A broadway production ends with 
hands and spirits high during Formal Rush in the 
fail. This skit highlights the KD rush effort in flashy 
style, which is aptly named "Kappa Delta Broad- 
way." (photo by Mansfield) 





1. Donna Watts 2. Diane England 3. Laura Van Wagenon 4. Jan Sammons 5. Kim Bicknell 6. Beth Maurer 7. 
Kari Coleman 8. Theresa Thornbury 9. Rhonda Williams 10. Tracey Smith 1 1. Sheri Mivelaz 12. Kara Noller 
13. Jackie Cains 14 Wendy Woefull 15. Melinda Wood 16. Meg Wallace 17. Lisa Fawcett 18. Kim Lowe 19. 
Sandy Snook 20. Susan Williamson 21. Janie Biagi 22. Lisa INeal 23. Kimi McClain24. Dana Perkins 25. Kelly 
Tolly 26. Cindy Beacraft 27. Amie Hughes 28. Regina Parks 29. Lori Kinnard 30. Tara Kirby 31. Raven Downy 
32. Amy Lynch 33. Jenny Beckman, Membership Chairman 34. Cindy Burianek, Vice President 35. Kelly 
Allen, President 36. Libby Riley, Treasurer 37. Kim Dobbling, Assistant Treasurer 38. Missy White, Editor 39. 
Sabrina Bates 40. Nancy Smith 41. Janice Young 42. Rhonda Weddle43. Wendy Mills 44. JameeCox 45. Kim 
Swanson 46. Julie Palechek 47. Karla Blankenstein 48. Kellye Waller 49. Robin Rush 50. George Anderson. 
KD King 51. Beanie Kops 52. Annie Clark 53. Marsha Bush 54. Lynda Steely 55. Sharon Young 56. Susan Fox 




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PHI MU 



Social and service in Phi Mu so- 
rority remained an active part of 
the agenda for the year. 

Phi Mus placed in a tie for sec- 
ond in 1982 Greek Week events. 
They also participated in Lambda 
Chi Watermelon Bust, SAE County 
Fair, KA Old South, Sigma Chi 
Derby and Beta Football 

Always high on service, Phi Mu 
built a toy cart, filled it with toys 
and donated it to the children at 
Pattie A. Clay Hospital. The first 
Phi Mu Swim-A-Thon, as part of 
Project Hope Week, collected mon- 
ey for Greek Organizations who 
swam laps for charity. All money 
from the week went to Project 
Hope. 




The Greek "Holiday Happening" 
took place in December. This Phi 
Mu Christmas tea party gathered 
Greeks together for some refresh- 
ing spirit. 

Academically, the Phi Mu spring 
pledge class had the highest over- 
all Greek GPA. 

The Phi Mus have four dances 
each semester. Spring Formal was 
at the Continental Inn. 



Left: Pam Charles studies the course before her in 
the KA Old South Go-Cart Race. A helpful KA 
points the way, but Phi Mu Kim Early (seated) 
doesn't seem concerned, (photo by Mansfield) 
Lower left: Holly Runyan, the bartender, gets a 
laugh as two slick "customers" (L-R in 3-piece 
suits) Pam Charles and Beth Evans make their 
move. Becky Miller (L) and Marcia Stout (R) are 
amused by their attempt in the rush skit, "Pinky's 
Place." (photo by Mansfield) Lower Right: Michele 
McKenzie (L) concentrates on passing her melon to 
Michele Stanley (R) in the Lambda Chi Watermelon 
Bust, (photo by Mansfield) 





218 Greeks 



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1. Laura Simonsen, President 2. Julie Hager. Vice President 3. Patty Rush, Rush 
Chairman 4. Beverly Blackburn, Panhellenic 5. Shyrleen Doughty, Phi Director 
6. Marcia Stout. Recording Secretary 7. Terri Richter 8. Michele Stanley 9. Brigid 
Enochs 10. Rebecca Miller 11. Lisa Whonsetler 12. Vicki Kiper 13. Tammy 
Rodgers 14. Portia Spurlin 15. Barb Martini 16. Debbie Keel 17. Linda Simmons 
18. Janet Lohr 19. Tina Scanlon 20. Michele McKenzie 21. Pam Charles 22. 
Holly Runyan 23. Mitzi Rhoades 24. Jami Jarvis 25. Leslie Moyer 26. Beth 
Evans 27. Cheryl Schneringer 




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Pi Beta Phi excelled in the area 
of service over the past year. The 
sisters received a first place trophy 
in the local Leukemia drive by 
picking up trash. 

At Christmas, the Pi Phis donat- 
ed gifts to the residents of Ken- 
wood Nursing Home. For Home- 
coming, sorority members sold 
balloons for the Juvenile Diabetes 
Foundation. 

The Pi Phis raised money for 
United Way through a "Fraternity 
Kidnap" and through the raking of 
leaves. Over $900 was donated to 
other national philanthropies. 

At the annual Sigma Chi Derby 
the Pi Phis "chased" their way to a 
first place victory. In both Beta 
Football and the SAE County Fair, 
the sorority captured second 



place. They also played intramural 
volleyball and football 

This Kentucky Gamma chapter 
had a Parent's Day in October, 
their first Alumni Weekend in No- 
vember, and the annual retreat in 
Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Fall Formal 
was at Rough River State Park. 

The Pi Beta Phi National Con- 
vention was held in Louisville dur- 
ing the month of June. 



RIGHT: Pi Phis (L-R) Connie Watters and Cathy 
Spalding hoist their Sigma Chi coach. Doug Tudor, 
high in the air after the Derby championship. 
Coach Mike Richardson (holding hat) seems too 
stunned to be carried, (photo by Mansfield) BE- 
LOW LEFT: Lisa Dobson (L) and Sarah Roan (R) 
cheer their Pi Phi sisters to victory, (photo by Mans- 
field) BELOW: This Fred Flintstone powered ma- 
chine gets a high-spirited boost from Paula Richard 
son. Rider Wilella Poynter tries to keep pace with 
Pi Phi Susan Mullins (on foot) in the Greek Week 
Co-Cart Race, (photo by Thompson) 






1. Jeni Grau2. Tamara Wade 3. Stacy Pruitt 4. Denise DeReynier 5. Lisa Dobson 
6. Sara Walker 7. Lisa Tatum 8. Donna Stevenson 9. Mary Wilbert 10. Francie 
Hill 11. Kathy Giles 12. Maresa Taylor 13. Cathy Spalding 14. Jenny Pasley 15. 
Connie Watters 16. Kerri Zerkle 17. Sheri Johnson 18. Jennie Russell. Treasurer 
19. Jim Carloss 20. Stacy Cox, Vice President Moral 21. Karen Logan. Member 
ship 22. Wilella Poynter, Secretary 23. Harold 24. Becky Youngs. President 25. 
Mike Connely 26. Jane Howard. Panhellenic Delegate 27. Sarah Roan, Rush 28. 
Drew Howell 29. Amy Hoffman 30. Brenda Delanoy 31. Lisa Perry 32. Karen 
Holloway 33. Susan Webb 34. Melissa Hardin 35. Gina Cabrera 36. Robin Hen 
drickson, Social Chairman 37. Connie Hall, Vice President Mental 38. Sheila 
Smith 39. Susan Greb 40. Candy Jackson, Vice President Social 41. Elisa 
Jackson 42. Sonya Zeller 43. Nancy Howard 44. Laura Riedel 45. Lisa Swillinger 
46. Lesley Bryant 47. Joan Goode 48. Chen Willinghurst 49. Joidene Marcum 
50. Jennifer Kent 51. Tracy Davidson 52. Beth Wright 53. Ann Duncan 54. 
Alicia Hennessey 55. D.J. Kemper 56. Taren Estes 57. Diana Pruitt 58. Dee 
Baker 59. Janet Cole 60. Andy Sorenson 61. Gretchen Mersch 62. Karen Fouts 
63. Jackie Hale 64. Rachel Winger 65. Beth Boswell 



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DELTA UPSILON 




This Eastern chapter kept busy, 
as Delta CIpsilon demonstrated 
their prowess in both academics 
and in various other activities. 

They participated in the Maroon 
Balloon Day for the third consecu- 
tive year, and all of the proceeds 
went to Juvenile Diabetes. They 
also sang in the Greek Christmas 
Carol in the ravine. 

They placed well in both the 
SAE County Fair and the DZ Frat 
Man Classic. They participated in 
all intramural sports for the year. 




1. John Back. President 2. Tim Wernery. Chapter Relations 3. Brian Hyndman, Treasurer 4. Larry Parrot 5. 
Richie McKoun 6. John Schraer 7. Ronald Wigger 8. Chuck Nesbitt 9. Gerald Wise 10. Rick Heil. Vice 
President 11. Aaron McHargue, Secretary 



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222 Greeks 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 





1. Jeff Meill, Vice President 2. Mike Schneider 3. Greg Kennedy, President 4. Jerry Caldwell 5. Calvin 
Kesterson 6. Barri Straughn 7. Chuck Degrella 8. Greg Wilson 9. Kelly Stone 10. John Houghton 11. Ellen 
Cammack 12. Jack's Hat 13. Jeff Kloppenburg 14. Ashley Boyd 15. Jed Turner 16. Shadow 17. Garry 
Sennett 18. Cheryl Gilbert 19. Steve Davis 20. Jack Klotzback. Alumni Secretary 21. Scott Crimm, Treasurer 
22. Gary Fox, Scholastics 23. Brenda Lewis 24. David Vance, Fraternity Educator 25. Melissa Wilson 26. 
Martha Meef 27. Mike Savage, Social Chairman 



The Lambda Chi Alpha Water- 
melon Bust was a success for the 
sixth straight year, and it provided 
a great kickoff for the year. 

In activities, the Lamba Chis 
helped in Medic Alert Week, held a 
sorority kidnap, and were competi- 
tors in the Delta Zeta Frat Man 
Classic and Greek Week '82. 

Socially, the fraternity had its 
Homecoming dance in Richmond 
and its Spring Formal in Cincinnati. 



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Greeks 223 



BETA THETA PI 





I.Tom Lay 2. Rick Sexton 3. Kevin Parker 4. Shawn Mountjoy 5. Mike Dawkins 
6. Teresa Nicely 7. Kjreg Stengel 8. Mark Emery 9. Kelly Chenowith 10. Candi 
Jackson 1 1. Mary Ann Watson 12. April Raffignon 13. Lori Schroeter 14. Jackie 
Stengel 15. Rusty Schneir 16. Lisa Robinson 17. Jodi Johnson 18. Tom Craft 19. 
Bob Herzog 20. Jim Carloss 21. Judd Devlin 22. Aubry Lipscomb 23. Lolly 
Rogers 24. Tay Veatch 25. Annie Anatomy 26. Jane Howard 27. Brenda Deleney 
28. Nevelle Moore 29. Kelly Wynn 30. Sharon Criswell 31. Elisa Jackson 32. 
Brock Daniels 33. Brett Biddle 34. Sherrill Rhodes 35. Temple Juett 36. Sara 
Roan 37. Mike Beegle 38. Cheri Wilinghurst 39. Mark Arnold 40. Brian Mullins 




224 Greeks 



High spirits in Beta Theta Pi 

reigned supreme. The brotherhood 
successfully hosted its annual Beta 
Football Tournament for indepen- 
dents, fraternities, and sororities, 
which the SAEs and Thetas won. 

In the Spring, the Beta chapter 
captured the second Greek Week 
championship. They also had the 
"Greek Man of the Year", Doug 
Holmes. 

The Betas stole the show in the 
first DZ Frat Man Classic by win 
ning first place. They captured sec- 
ond place in tennis. 

During the Homecoming cele- 
bration. Beta Theta Pi built a win- 
ning float with the KDs to show 
their spirit. In the Milestone pic- 
ture, the Betas cheer on the Colo- 
nel football team. 





LEFT: In the heat of a tugof-war competition, Be- 
tas (front to back) Mike Deblorre. Brock Daniels 
and Bob Herzog grimace to a victory, (photo by 
Mansfield) ABOVE: Theta coach Greg Stengel 
studies the action in the sorority division of the 
Beta Football Tournament. To his left, Donna Cecil, 
Beta Judd Devlin and Sandy Willis help cheer the 
Thetas to the championship, (photo by Thompson) 
OPPOSITE: Michael Campbell takes it easy after a 
flag football game while pledge Bob Herzog carries 
the Beta flag, (photo by Thompson) 



Greeks 225 



KAPPA ALPHA 




1. Dave Cummins 2. Steve Falls 3. Tim Chisholm 4. Ed Denny 5. Glenn Mills 6. Cary Hall 7. Tim Cowhig 8. 
Tom Hartledge 9. Ray Shu 10. Jesse Land 1 1. Joey Kirk 12. Bruce Johnson 13. Derek Frix 14. Scott Porter 
15. Steve Dapper 16. John Lay ton 17. Rennie Bates 18. Donna Cecil 19. John Bradley 20. Tim Long 21. Scott 
Scheynost, President 2. Tony Whaley 23. Kenny Coleman 24. Allan Horner 25. Randy Hardy 26. George 
McCracken 27. Phillip Payne 28. Keith Morgan 29. Bob Brumfield Brumfield 30. Terry Trout 31. Jim Cable 
32. Sam Champion 33. Dwayne Wells 34. Robbie McClellan 35. Ronnie White 36. Roger Crump 37. Tom 
Morgan 38. Mark Altic 39. Jeff Everman 40. Todd Marshall 41. Tommy Nicholas 42. John McChesney 43. 
Pat Kays 41. Tommy Marlowe 45. Danny Parker 46. Dale Bartlett 47. Robin Hall 48. Dana Knighton 49. Andy 
Mathews 50. Mark McCord 51. Anthony Davidson. 




It's a muddy situation as Phi Mu Beth Evans and 
Kappa Alpha Steve Land inspect a trophy from the 
KA Old South competition, (photo by Mansfield) 




226 Greeks 





Left: "What's your game?" asks card shark Tim Chisholm at the KA-SAE Monte 
Carlo Night. This event for Muscular Dystrophy at the Richmond Armory helps 
charity while allowing students to "gamble" for door prizes, (photo by Thomp- 
son) Above: KAs (L-R) Keith Morgan, Glenn Mills and Tom Hartledge struggle to 
regain running form in the DZ 6-legged race, (photo by Mansfield) Below: Tug-of- 
war brings out the best in (front to back) Andy Matthews. Rennie Bates. Bruce 
Johnson. Tripp McCracken. Alan Horner. Joey Kirk and Jesse Land (photo by 
Mansfield) 



Service meant Kappa Alpha for 
the Delta Mu Chapter of the univer- 
sity. On Labor Day, the brothers 
donated over $1700 to the Muscu- 
lar Dystrophy Association. With 
the aid of the ADPis, Kappa Alpha 
gave a Halloween party for the chil- 
dren at the Shriner's Hospital in 
Lexington. 

Nationally, the KAs were chosen 
as winners of the "Samuel Zennus 
Amen Award" for chapter excel- 
lence. It was the third straight year 
they have been honored by nation- 
als. 

The celebration of the South 
during Old South Week highlight- 
ed the year. Sorority competition 
in the annual Old South Olympics 
added excitement to the southern 
celebration. A barbecue, a cham- 



pagne reception and "The Share- 
cropper's Ball" concluded the cere- 
monies. 

Keeping with the high ideals of 
founding father, Robert E. Lee, the 
KAs and dates donned confeder- 
ate uniforms and southern bell 
dresses to the traditional "Old 
South Ball." The South was relived 
in KA style. 

Homecoming was celebrated at 
the Continental Inn. 



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KAPPA ALPHA PSI 





The tenth anniversary as a chap- 
ter of Kappa Alpha Psi on campus 
was celebrated by the Eta Alpha 
Chapter at the beginning of the fall 
semester, 1982. 

The fraternity's Guide Right Pro- 
gram, designed as the fraternity 
national service project, was the 
center of activity. 

Beginning the year by cheering 
the elderly at Crestwood Nursing 
Home, KAPsi never stopped at 
proving their fundamental purpose 
— achievement. They collected 
for the United Way, donated mon- 



ey to the First Baptist Church Mu- 
sic Center Committee, and helped 
to complete the restoration of the 
Richmond North Civil War Ceme- 
tery. 

Kappa Alpha Psi stole the show 
in the Delta Zeta Frat Man Classic 
by taking five first place finishes, 
as well as the overall second place 
trophy. 

Newly elected president Tyrone 
Redden continued to progress 
KAPsi as the 1982-83 year came to 
a close. The fraternity helped in 
the Special Olympics in April 




228 Greeks 



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1. Rick Faulkner 2. Tyrone Redden 3. Kirk Goodwin 4. Steve Johnson 5. Cla- 
rence Haskett 6. Walter Howard 7. Basil Halliday 8. George Gentry 9. Darrell 
Jackson 10. Anthony Bigesby 11. Kenneth Glover 



Left: Clarence Haskett jumps for joy in the DZ Frat Man Classic, (photo by 
Thompson) OPPOSITE LEFT: (L-R) Rick Faulkner, Clarence Haskett, Ray Ma- 
son and Billy Pinkston capture first in the mystery game, (photo by Mansfield) 
BELOW OPPOSITE: Tyrone Redden profiles in the Phi Beta Sigma Fashion 
Show, (photo by Bigesby) 




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Greeks 229 



PHI DELTA THETA 



Academic excellence remained 
a strongpoint for Phi Delta Theta 
fraternity during the past year. The 
Kentucky Gamma chapter had the 
highest GPA for fraternities. 

The Phi Delt sweetheart, Julie 
Palechak, finished as runner-up to 
the queen in the 1982 Homecom- 
ing Queen competition. 

The Phi Deltas supported the 
EKCJ Colonels throughout the year 
by ushering seats for each home 
game and by sponsoring victory 
parties after both the football night 
games. They also helped unload 
and distribute EKCJ Yearbooks. 

For the second consecutive 
year, Phi Delta Theta captured the 
championship of the SAE County 
Fair. They finished third in the 
chase for the All-Sports trophy. 




230 Greeks 








1. Rob Proctor 2. Steve LaLonda, Fall Treasurer 3. Brian Dickey, Fall Vice-President 4. Tommy Cooper, Fall President 5. George 
Anderson, Fall Secretary 6. Biffy the Wonderdog 7. Fred Day, Fall Soc. 8. Mark Livingood 9. Joe Karszen 10. John Wilkerson, 
Rush Chairman 11. Ron Johns 12. William Davis 13. Kim Warren, Spring Treasurer 14. Wendell Roe 15. David Warwick, Spring 
President 16. Troy Koshon 17. Doug Lickert 18. Wayne Haubner 19. Phil Roberts 20. Huey Bullock 21. Jay Thompson 22. John 
Madigan 23. Craig Brown, Pledge Fall Master 24. Pat Wilson 25. Scott Giambattista 26. John Martin 27. Hugh Jamesson 28. 
Mark Mackley 29. Scoot Gunnigle 30. Jay Wilson 



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232 Greeks 





1. Donnie Schroeder. Membership 2. Bryan Reganaeur. Treasurer 3. 
Darryl Wainscott 4. Marlene Adams 5. Danny Gabbard 6. Phyllis Smith 
7. Brad Weihe 8. Ken Webster 9. Maria DeFillipo 10. Bob Robinson 11. 
Fred Welch 12. Tony Kelly 13. Angie Glatthaar 14. David Least 15. Greg 
Campbell 16. Cindy Fryman 17. Johnny Spaulding 18. Jane Offut 19. 
Eve Sanders 20. Joy Hagan 21. Charlene Adams 22. Clay Hulette, 
President 23. Jay Miller 24. Pete Jones. Recording Secretary 25. Andy 
Hoekzema 26. Mary Ann Franklin 27. Lori Hyde 28. Melissa Hudson 29. 
Vickie Gruber 30. Leah Gaston 31. Janice Burchell 32. Fred Duff, Social 
33. Mike Hunt 34. Howard Berryman 35. Tom Eagle 36. Jeff Pence 37. 
Dave Stuppy 38. Time ORourke 39. Bill Bubb 40. Bill Emmanuel 41. 
Harry Watts 42. Chris Brown 43. Larry Bugg 44. Tim Tillett. 
Corresponding Secretary 45. Todd LaFollette 46. Gary True 




chapter, Phi Kappa Tau had im- 
proved in all aspects of Greek life. 

The Delta Rho chapter took 16 
pledges to strengthen their rnem- 
bership. Nine pledges were taken 
in the spring. 

Scholastically, the Phi Taus fin- 
ished with the second highest GPA 
on campus for the fall semester. 

In sports, they had a 5-2 record 
for flag football and had a strong 
basketball team. 

In the spring, the Phi Taus par- 
ticipated in the Cardinal Hill Tele- 
thon. This is the second year they 
have worked for the charity tele- 
thon. 

Phi Tau Little Sister rush was 
deemed excellent. 



RIGHT: Bryan Reganaeur protects the ball as Sam 
Carter tries to make a steal in the intramural game, 
(photo by Kuchle) ABOVE: Phi Tau Donnie 
Shroeder talks to Jay Miller at a spring rush func- 
tion, (photo by Mansfield) OPPOSITE ABOVE: 
Getting into the spirit, Phi Taus (L-R) Bob Robin- 
son, Mr. Split Personality and Ken Webster cheer 
on the undefeated NCAA football champions at a 
home game, (photo by Thompson) 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 




Civic contributions from the Pi 
Kappa Alpha fraternity were a 
goal once again. The Zeta Tau 
chapter won the American Red 
Cross Blood Drive for the third 
year. 

The Pikes began the fall semes- 
ter by handing out the Dream Girl 
Calendar for 1981-82 during regis- 
tration. 

Beginning their fourteenth year 
at Eastern, the Pikes held a Home- 
coming dance at Ramada Inn and a 
Spring Formal in Knoxville, Ten- 
nessee. 

In sports, the Pikes captured the 
tug-of-war for the second year in a 
row. They also, successfully de- 
fended their volleyball crown for 
another year. The Pikes participat- 
ed in the Teke Basketball and Beta 
Football Tournaments. 



LEFT: Pike receiver Jeff Crump tries to grab a pass 
from KA defender John Bradley, (photo by Thomp 
son) BELOW: Mark Dunaway looks for a hidden 
turtle in the DZs Frat Man classic, (photo by 
Thompson) BELOW RIGHT: Pikes (L-R) Dave 
Farmer, Mike "Bear" Carter and Steve Settle pull 
away in DZs tug. (photo by Thompson) 




234 Greeks 






1. Greg Walters 2. Dave Cornett, Treasurer 3. Brian Gibbs, Vice President 4. Dave 
Farmer, President 5. Dave Goodman. Rush Chairman 6. Susie Maze 7. Deanna 
Wilson 8. Carla Hebert 9. Kevin Fitzgerald III 10. Bernie Bandy 11. Bruce Bandy 
12. Missy Macke 13. Julie Cravens 14. Rhonda Richert 15. Sherri Kent 16. 
Susan Sickmeier 17. Kathy Shaw 18. Sarah Dempsey 19. Terrt Ratliff 20. 
Fondle Knight 21. Jenny Kohls 22. Trina Rider 23. Gary Carter 24. Jeff Harledge 
25. Leila Burch 26. Rick Silkey 27. Paul Brewer 28. Tammy Cundiff 29. Lora 
May 30. Brent Richert 31. Mario Russo 32. Rick Sullivan 33. Nick Murphy 34. 
Paul Vaughn 35. Dan Mault 36. Desiree DeVroomen 37. Erl Prindle 38. Joyce 
Shardine 39. Mike DeSpain 40. Pam Henderson 41. Christian Lanham 42. John 
Deck 43. Greg Schmitt 44. Linda Rozak 45. Dave Grim 46. Chris Woodall 47. 
Paula Goatley 48. Mark Dunaway 49. Paula Gentry 50. Grover C. Fish III 51. 
Amy Bowman 52. Steve Mangus 53. Beth McClellan 54. Boo-Boo Bradley 55. 
Don Ho 56. Roger 



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SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 



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SAE Little Sisters Of Minerva 

First row: Susan Gregory, Kay Kinman. Kerry Zerkle, Jennifer Brown. Cindy 
Roberts — Vice President, Mitzie O'Rourke — President, Judy Younkman — 
Historian, "Phi Alpha" Man. Gayle Machtolff — Historian, Melanie Hughes, Gina 
Lentini. Second row: Becky Gardner, Nancy Strong, Reva Stewart, Julie Wilfert, 



Amy Runyan, Beth Miller. Lori Kelly. Lisa Henson, Kim Erschell. Pam Williams. 
Third row: Sheila Crace. Pam Clubb, Gayle Denny, Robin Allgeier, Jenny Bonfig- 
lio, Meredith Ford, Debbie Mickell, Stephanie Schuering, Suzanne Fawbush, Kim 
Dobbling, Holding Flag: Steve Goins. Tony Puckett. 



Athletics was the word for Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Captur- 
ing the coveted All Sports trophy for the third time in five 
years, the SAEs reestablished themselves as a fraternity 
powerhouse. Enroute to the all sports victory, the "Es" 
compiled a 29-5 Greek record, including a second straight 
football championship. The brothers won Alpha Gam Vol- 
leyball, Beta Football, tennis singles, and softball. They fin- 
ished second in track, volleyball, soccer and basketball in- 
tramurals. 

Service projects remained a successful goal. A bike ride 
to Cincinnati netted over $700 for Sickle Cell Anemia. A 
stair climb for Cystic Fibrosis collected $100. Cosponsored 
with Kappa Alpha, Monte Carlo Might for Muscular Dystro- 
phy happened in November. Other events were Paddy Mur- 
phy Week, the 13th annual County Fair and the second SAE 
Haunted House. 

The SAEs were the largest fraternity at Eastern with 61 
actives, one of only two fraternities with a house and fourth 
in overall GPA. 

They sponsored Homecoming Queen Suzanne Fawbush 
from their 40-member-strong Little Sister program. 




Quarterback Keith Cross guides the SAE flag football team to a 13-1 record, 
capturing fraternity and Beta football, (photo by Thompson) 



236 Greeks 




At the 13th annual SAE County Fair, pledges (L-R) 
Fred Arbogast, Tim Thornberry, Dave Blackburn 
and Dave Jackson "grin and bear it." They earned 
money by getting egged by fair participants. The 



fair earned over SI 000 for the fraternity- 24 tro- 
phies were awarded at this annual fall festival, 
which ended with an All Greek Mixer, (photo by 
Mansfield) 




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1. John Clubb 2. Aldo Cella 3. Ed Woody 4. Jon 
Beasey 5. Tony Puckett, Eminent Correspondent 
6. Steve McCombs 7. Steve Goins 8. Suzanne Faw- 
bush. Fall Sweetheart 9. George Hacker. Eminent 
Archon 10. Kim Dobblmg. Spring Sweetheart 11 
Steve Peege. Eminent Treasurer 12. Dave White 
Pledge Educator 13. Shade Frazier, Eminent War 
den 14. Chris Robertson 15. Rick Fleming 16 
Mark Pratt, Eminent Herald 17. Jon Thornsbury, 
Eminent Chaplain 18. Jeff Shupe, Eminent Chron 
icier 19. Russ Coleman 20. Jeff Asher. Public Rela 
tions 21. Mike Asher 22. Dave Mitchell 23. Scott 
Sacre 24. Kevin Morgan 25. Mark Lile 26. Bob 
Bianco 27. "Phi Alpha" Man 28. Jim Morgan 29. 
Scott Snyder 30. Clay Barnes 31. Kurt Metherton 
32. John Rogers 33. Bill Amato 34. Dan Dellar 35. 
Andy Baker 36. Tim Thornberry 37. Mark Chaffin, 
Eminent Deputy Archon 38. Mark Riffe 39. Kevin 
Gillespie 40. Dave Ponder 41. Howard Law 42. 
Dave Jackson 43. Dave Blackburn 44. Fred Arbo- 
gast 45. Bruce Fraley 46. Neville Watkins 47. Scott 
Eisner 48. Jeff Richardson 49. Bryce Allmon 50. 
Don Carpenter 51. Jim Trousdale 52. Kevin Par- 
sons 53. Chip Brenner 54. Rob Robinson 55. Tom 
Bell 56. Chip Spencer 57. Pat Gant 58. Charley 
Taylor 59. Todd Pesavento 60. Joe Bishop 61 . Billy 
Smith 62. Jeff Johnson 63. Nick Polio 








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SIGMA CHI 





1. Dan Withrow 2. Darryl Biel 3. Mike Prall, Treasurer 4. Kevin Wallace 5. Ron 
Hartline 6. Mike Looker 7. Jeff Damron 8. Frank Stapleton. Secretary 9. Doug 
Tudor 10. Mike Richardson 11. Jeff Swinford 12. Kelly Montgomery 13. Jon 
Tudor 14. Bill Lockwood 15. Chris Outlaw 16. Chuck Maggard 17. Bob Hart 18. 
Michael Roberts, President 19. Ed Blecha 20. Paul Biel 21. Doug McDaniel, 
Pledge Trainer 22. Scott Bergstrom 23. Tom Stipes 24. Kent Howell 25. Ray 
Cosby 26. Ed Woods 27. Bob McNichol 28. Andy Sorenson 29. John Sturgill 30. 
Mark Fryman, Vice President 31. Sarah Baker 32. Libby Richardson 33. Tracey 
Eak 34. Shannon Cunningham 35. Debbie Widman 36. Wilella Poynter 37. 
Alicia Hennessey 38. Raven Downy 39. Diana Williams 40. Cindy Kelsey 41. 
Amy Hoffman 42. Sabrina Bates 43. David Stubblefield 44. Michele Evans 




238 Greeks 



Sororities learned that Kentucky 
had more than one Derby to cele- 
brate. The Sigma Chi chapter had 
one of their most successful Sigma 
Chi Derbies ever. An All Greek par- 
ty ended the Derby festivities for 
the fall event. It was a great way to 
start the year. 

The university chapter hosted a 
Leadership Training Workshop for 
Sigma Chi chapters around the 
state. This huge success helped to 
gain recognition from their Nation- 
al Fraternity. 

The second annual Sigma Chi 
Suitcase Party sent a lucky couple 
to the Bahamas for a weekend. All 



money collected went to charity. 
The Sigs entertained the residents 
of Kenwood Nursing Home and 
participated in the All Greek Christ- 
mas Caroling Event. 

The Sigma Chis participated in 
all intramural sporting events. 
They fought their way to the soc- 
cer championship, beating the 
SAEs 2- 1 in overtime and the SPis 
3-1 in the final. They finished sec- 
ond in Alpha Gam Volleyball and 
made the playoffs in football. 

Homecoming was at the Conti- 
nental Inn. The annual Spring For- 
mal had brothers traveling to 
Rough River State Park. 





OPPOSITE LEFT: Pie-eater Darryl Biel is greeted 
by teammate Ray Cosby in the Delta Zeta Frat Man 
Classic The Sigma Chi coach cheers valiantly for 
the "messy" victor, (photo by Mansfield) LEFT: 
Sigma Chis (L-R) Charles Pendleton, Darryl Biel. 
Tony Sturgill. Kent Howell, Mark Fryman, Kevin 
Wallace, and Bob Hart wait anxiously as Alpha 
Delta Pi member, Amy Gardner, tries to take the 
order. Driver Andy Sorenson has the tough chore of 
ordering "munchies" for his brothers at the Greek 
Week Drive-Thru Record at McDonald's (photo by 
Wallbaum) ABOVE: Frank Stapleton, donning an 
ADPi derby, seems ready for the challenge as anx- 
ious girls await the chase. Once leaving the safety 
of the grill, SXs are open season for sorority girls to 
steal their derbies, (photo by Thompson) 




Greeks 239 



SIGMA NU 




Right: "Road hazard" Tommy Zottman rides for 
the fraternity in the Sigma Nu bike ride to Western 
for charity, (photo by Sigma Nus) Below Left: Jim 
Brosky (L) and Ron Prewitt (R) look over history 
scrapbooks at a rush function. Scrapbooks pro- 
vide a pictorial history for fraternities and sorori- 
ties (photo by Thompson ) Below Right: Ben Hur 
would be proud. Sigma Nus (L-R) Butch Burgen, 
Perry Tussey, Bruce Higdon and Chip Bach pull the 
chariot for a Greek Week event, (photo by Mans- 
field) 



The Sigma Nus were on a roll, 
all the way to Western! The chap- 
ter sponsored a bike ride for Diabe- 
tes that collected over $250 for the 
charity. After the ride, the Sigma 
Nus brought the game ball for the 
annual Eastern-Western football 
battle (which EKO won, of course). 
Next year, the bike riding crew will 
travel to the Morehead State game 
for another charity drive. 

They also participated in the 
Maroon Balloon day to make mon- 
ey for Diabetes again. 

The Sigma Nus also had a hand 
in the 52nd Hanging of the Greens 
that went on in the Keen Johnson 
Building. 





240 Greeks 




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1. Jim Brosky 2. Paul Miller 3. Bruce Higdon, Vice President 4. David Cams, President 5. Dave Muth 6. Ed 
Tanner 7. Bill Sauntry 8. Joe Kloeker 9. John Masters 10. Chaz Clay 1 1. Randy Powell 12. Jay Wallis 13. Mike 
Cooper 14. Mike "Lurch" Whitehouse 15. Perry Tussey 17. Joe Elim 18. Doren Lockhart. Treasurer 19. 
Charles Brunson 



Greeks 241 



SIGMA PI 




ABOVE: Sigma Pi members (L-R) Kirk Randolph and Ted Lytle position themselves for a tug-of-war competition, (photo by Thompson) BELOW: The 
Sigma Pi soccer team, pictured here in the finals, finished second in the fraternity division. Greg "Pele" Fielder dribbles the ball on the attack as fullback 
Chris Hawker watches, (photo by Thompson) OPPOSITE: President George Johnides transforms into a DZ "bird" in the Frat Man Classic Mystery Game. 
While blindfolded, "poor" George has to locate three fraternity brothers by making bird calls, (photo by Mansfield) 



Success for the Sigma Pi Epsi- 
lon Lambda chapter was evident 
throughout the year. 

The Pis dribbled a basketball 
from Morehead to Richmond for 
the Meals On Wheels program, 
earning over $1000 for the commu- 
nity. 

Winning the championship of 
the Pike Bowling Tournament high- 
lighted a good year for Sigma Pi 
activities. They received the sec- 
ond place trophy for Greek Week 

In the fall, the Pis finished run- 
ner-up to the SAEs in Beta Foot- 
ball, and gained a respectable third 
place in the SAE County Fair. They 
also participated in the DZ Frat 
Man Classic and the Lambda Chi 
"Air Guitar" Contest. 



In sports, the Sigma Pis re- 
mained undefeated in soccer until 
the final game, which they lost in a 
"turkey shoot" 1-0 to the Sigma 
Chis. In volleyball, they finished 
second in both leagues. 

To help alumni relations, they 
held the annual Pig Roast softball 
tournament for alumni and area 
chapters. A party and pig roast 
closed the festivities. 

Sigma Pi held its annual Orchid 
Ball in Cincinnati's Carousel Inn. 
Homecoming was at Captain's 
Quarters on the Kentucky River 
and Spring Formal was in French 
Lick, Indiana. 




242 Greeks 










1. Scott Fawbush 2. Laura Gnepper 3. Ann Wilson 4. Charles Rowlett 5. Gina 
Hensley 6. Barry Arnold 7. Kenny Veron 8. Pat McCoy 9. Mike Jacobson 10. 
Kirk Randolph 11. Greg Chrzczon 12. Donnie Brummett 13. Mike Bolton 14. 
Kathy Boone 15. Jenny Sendlebach 16. Beth Mullet 17. George Johnides, 
President 18. John Gross, Secretary 19. Joe Ingle, Sargeant-At-Arms 20. Greg 
Fielder, Treasurer 21. Chris Hawker, Vice President 22. Ronnie Hubbard 23. Ted 
Lytle 




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TAU KAPPA EPSILON 




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1. Chas Barkie 2. Brad Kemper 3. Mike Palmer 4. Shawn Evans 5. Jeff Huemmer 6. Chris Landers 7. 
Chris Clayton 8. Pat Goodin 9. Ken Price 10. Chris Kinman 11. Bill McCool 12. Tim Byron 13. Scott 
Holbrook 14. Tony Crenshaw, President 15. Greg Botts, Vice President 16. Mike Brown, Secretary 17. 
Jay Ortez 18. Tim Schipske 19. Dave Bird 20. Twiggy 21. Tom Barrier 22. Keith Miller 23. Mike 
Hayden 24. Paul Schurman 25. Robbie Hamilton 26. Chip Booth 27. Barb Schneider 28. Ana Hogrefe 
29. Mary Hilman 30. Laura Steele 31. Tesa Sizemore 32. Missy Meadows 33. Melissa Horton 34. Robin 
Hendrickson 35. Jill Keiser 36. Julie Skogstram 37. Sheilla Williams 38. Lisa Hammond 39. Patsy 
Reynolds 40. Vicki Ashley 41. Debbie Patterson 42. Bonnie Dunlap 43. Linda Sherman 44. Jamie 
Wampler 45. Verda Tudor 46. Debbie Wilson 47. Karen Anderson 48. Mike Bennett 49. Kevin Sage 50. 
Bud Boris 51. Bill Buckley 52. Mike Bales 53. Doc Rich 54. Hudi McWilliams 





244 Greeks 




Scholastics and brotherhood for 
Tau Kappa Epsilon remained at a 
high level. They obtained the high- 
est GPA among fraternities for the 
fall semester 1982. 

The men of TKE sponsored the 
yearly basketball tournament, in 
which over 25 teams competed for 
trophies and T-shirts. They also 
sponsored a wrestling tournament 
for Greeks and Independents. 

Being one of only two fraterni- 
ties with a house, the Tekes paint- 
ed and made repairs of their cen- 
tury-old house on Lancaster Ave- 
nue. 

They participated in the DZ Frat 
Man Classic, the SAE County Fair 
and all Intramural sports. 

They also won the competition 
for the "Ideal Fraternity Man" at 
Eastern. 



The Tekes planned to have a 
"World's Greatest Weekend" for 
TKE chapters all over the (IS. 
They would participate in bask 
ball, Softball and other events. 

The brothers planned to have at 
least two service projects. One is 
for the St. Jude's Children's Hospi- 
tal, and the other is for the East 
Seals Foundation. 

The Tekes strived in their goi 
to fulfill their motto, that TKE . 
the "Fraternity for Life." 



TKE 





LEFT: Tekes (L-R) Kevin Sage, Jeff Huemmer (pie 
on face), Brad Kemper and Mike "Speedy" Krai 
have a good time at the DZ Classic, (photo by- 
Mansfield); ABOVE: Taking a "stab" at the intra- 
mural system, the Tekes sponsor a Bean The Ref. 
booth at the SAE County Fair. Greg Botts (L) and 
Chip Booth (R) fix the "referee" before the competi- 
tion, (photo by Mansfield) OPPOSITE: In the three- 
legged race (L.-R) Tony Patterson and Van Gadberry 
struggle to gain some form, (phto by Mansfield) 



Greeks 245 



THETA CHI 



Theta Chi Rally Week rallied at 
Eta Beta chapter to an outstanding 
year. Ail of the proceeds went to 
Easter Seals. 

Scholastically, the Theta Chis re- 
mained strong. They finished 
fourth in overall GPA for the year 
among fraternities. 

As always, the Theta Chis re- 
mained active in sports. They fin- 
ished a respectable third in intra- 
mural volleyball. They also fin- 
ished runner-up in the fraternity 
division of Teke Basketball. 

The Theta Chis sponsored one 
of downtown's most popular 
games for the second year, the 
Quarters Tournament. Once 
again, the SAEs won the title in 
this fun battle. 

Their Fall Homecoming Dance 
was at the Harley Hotel. 



Right: Mike Ford powers the ball over his opponent 
in an intramural basketball game. His Theta Chis 
finished second in the fraternity division of the 
Teke Basketball Tournament, (photo by Thomp- 
son) Below: The Theta Chi "Owl," J.R. Wilson, 
smiles widely after this DZ Frat Man event, (photo 
by Mansfield) Opposite Below: During a fall rush 
event, Mike Ford and Little Sister Karen Kuhn 
glance over a rush manual. Though not recognized 
as an organization on campus, little sister pro- 
grams of many fraternities provide a valuable aid 
to the Greek system, (photo by Bigesby) 









246 Greeks 






1. Chris Oliver 2. John Ernst, Pledge Marshall 3. Barry Barth 4. Mike Connelly. 
Treasurer 5. Hameed Koury 6. Kenny Rollins 7. Brad Knisley 8. Jeff Jacobs 9. 
Bob Shade 10. Rodger Ross 11. Bill Randolph 12. J. R. Wilson. Secretary 13. 
Damon Lashley. Rush 14. Chris West, Vice President 15. Terry Thomas 16. Jani 
Etheridge, Dream Girl 17. Steve Halsey 18. Mike Ford 19. Brian Dodge 20. Mike 
Phillips 21 . Mark Ruddell. President 22. Tate Carter 23. Curt Ware 24. John Cox. 



Greeks 247 



ZETA PHI BETA 




BOTTOM TO TOP: Ella Williams. Lataunta Holloway, Dianne Hichman, Secre- 
tary, Linda Hazel, Myra Clarkson, Dean of Pledges; Rebecca Hunn, Stefenie 
Rice, Phylisha Stone, Tracy McDonald. Victoria Mason. President; Kathy Walk 
er, Treasurer 



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The most recently chartered so- 
rority is the Mu Lambda chapter of 
Zeta Phi Beta, Incorporated, and 
they anticipate a prosperous fu- 
ture. The Zetas have participated 
in a number of service projects, 
which include aiding the Leukemia 
Foundation, visiting nursing 
homes and sponsoring a Christ- 
mas program at the Shriner's Hos- 
pital for Crippled Children. 

Their newest project is the Lizzie 
Miller Scholarship Fund. A Zeta 
Week was planned for the spring 
semester 1983. 

RIGHT: Teresa McDonald and spouse Emery Lee 
sing "If this world were mine" in the Miss Ebony 
Pageant, (photo by Bigesby) 




248 Greeks 



OMEGA PSI PHI 





STANDING (L-R): Ronald Davis, Earl Clark, Donald Smith. William Weathers. 
SEATED (L-R): DuWayne Gant, Charlie Howard, James Bryant, Willet Crane 



The Don McKinney Scholarship 
Fund of Omega Psi Phi provided a 
valuable educational grant in the 
honor of Don McKinney. The win- 
ners for 1982-83 were Paula Gar- 
rett and Silvia Cosby. 

Other service endeavors includ- 
ed a Halloween party and an Eas- 
ter Egg Hunt for the children in the 
Richmond Community. Each year 
a check is sent to the United Negro 
College Fund as well. 

The Omegas had their annual 
basketball tournament for teams, 
one-on-one and three-on-three. 
Other fund raisers were dances 
and car washes. 






LEFT: Joel Williams (L) and William Weathers try 
to solve a problem with one of the referees in the 
Omega Psi Phi Basketball Tournament, 
(photo by Bigesby) 



Greeks 249 



PHI BETA SIGMA 







BELOW (L-R): Dickie Smith, Grad Advisor; David Page, Secretary; James 
McFarland. Vice President; Paul Owsley, President Second row: Gary Branch. 
Keith Hines. Michael Anderson, Robert Taylor, Alonzo Robinson Third row: 
Emery Lee, Greg Hudson. Keith Gant. Jerry Payton, James Williams, Back row; 
Torre Starns. Kelvin Quarles, Donald Scott, Lorenzo Valentine, Anthony Farris 



ABOVE: Phi Beta Sigmas (L-R) Anthony Jackson, Gary Branch, David Douglas 
and Robert Taylor race with the wind in the Greek Week Chariot Race 1982. 
(photo by Mansfield) 




250 Greeks 




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PHI BETA SIGMA SWEETHEARTS 
Front row (L-R): Roberta Williams, Teresa Woo- 
dard. Angela Hunter. Paula Miller, Rhoda Haskins 
Second row: Barbara Hagans, Kay Jones. Twylane 
Payton. Sharon Owens. Lisa Miller. Anna Burns. 
Michelle Carter Third row: Yolonda Wharton. Bon- 
ita Carpenter. Sheila Southerling. Francis Wil- 
liams. Evette Reedus. Victoria Dunbar Back row: 
Anna Doyla, Marcia Whighm. Lutricia Lindon. 
Veda Crooker. Aretha Garrett, Deborah Bracey 



The Phi Beta Sigma basketball 
team finished the year in style. Un- 
defeated throughout the season, 
the Sigmas reigned as campus 
champs by winning the post-sea- 
son tourney. They also ran away 
with the track championship for 
fraternities. 

Fashion Interludes '83 directed 
by William Parris, showed new 
fashion trends and designs to the 
Eastern students. 

In service, the Iota Delta chapter 
sponsored the third annual Mark 
Singleton Scholarship Fund, which 
raised over $500. They had a Hal- 
loween party at the Telford Com- 
munity Center and sponsored 
handicapped children to an EKG 
football game. They upheld their 



motto, "Service for Culture, Ser- 
vice for Humanity." 

In 1983, the Sigmas embarked 
on a Big Brother/Little Sister joint 
service project. In honor of Martin 
L. King, a memorial service on Jan- 
uary 16 was held in the Meditation 
Chapel. 

Phi Beta Sigma sponsored the 
first Miss Black Essence Pageant 
for Calendar Girls in the Spring. 

Socially, the Sigmas had the an- 
nual Blue and White Ball, the Mark 
Singleton Scholarship Banquet, 
the Spring Formal Fashion Show 
and, last, but not least, the Phi Beta 
Sigma Greek Step Show. 

RIGHT: In the Phi Beta Sigma Fashion Show. (L-R) 
Tracey McDonald. Rothel Covington and Olivia 
Clark "strut their stuff" for Fashion Interludes '83. 




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PAMELA AMBURGY 
GAYLE ANDERSON 
RONDA ARMSTRONG 
LISA BARNETT 



DONNA E. BECKER 
DONNA BEGELY 
MIKE BEHLER 
CAROLL BELCHER 
REBECCA BENTON 



MELANIE BIRCH 
THERESA L. BISCHOFF 
AMBER L. BLACK 
SHONNA BLACKWELL 
STARR BLAKEMAN 



Beattyville, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

North Olmstead, OH 

Winchester, KY 

Salyersville, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Austin, IN 

Ft. Wright, KY 

Louisville, KY 
Irvine, KY 



Winchester, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Flemingsburg, KY 

Danville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



DONNA BRANDENBURG 
MELODY BRANDENBURG 
ANITA BROWN 
DONNA BURGRAFF 
CATHY BURRIS 



Beattyville, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Tinton Falls, NJ 

Belfry, KY 

Simpsonville, KY 



MICHELE BUSEY 
GAYE BUSH 
JACKIE CAINS 
JACKIE CAINS 
LISA JO CARROLL 



REGINA CASE 
FREDA CLARK 
DANIELLE COLDIRON 
CONNIE COLEMAN 
DEANNA G. CONDER 



VICKIE COX 
TAMMY SUE CREECH 
JUDY ANN CROSS 
PAULA GAIL DELANEY 
GAYLE DENHAM 



Somerset, KY 

Houston, TX 

Georgetown, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 



Ravenna, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Danville, KY 

Elkhorn City, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Partridge, KY 

Liberty, KY 

Falmouth, KY 

Slade, KY 



254 Graduates/ Add-Den 





KIMBERLEY DOYLE 
STEPHANIE DUNNINGTON 
HOPE EVERMAN 
LINDA FARRAR 
PAUL FELfNER 



AMY FLORENCE 
KARRIE FREEMAN 
MONICA GALLOWAY 
KAREN GLASS 
RAMONA GREEN 



LINDA GREENWELL 
GEORGE HACKER 
KEVIN HAGGERTY 
JANISE HARLOW 
KAREN HATTER 



BRENDA A. HAWKINS 
DONNY P. HERBERT 
DEBORAH G. HEEGER 
DEBRA HENSLEY 
CARRIE HOLT 



MARY HOSKINS 
SHERRY HOSKINS 
NANETTE IRWIN 
JENNY JACOBS 
JAN JOHNSON 



MARK KELLY 
CARLA K1DWELL 
CHRISTINE KILIVRY 
DENISE LAYTON 
MARY BETH LINDSAY 



RITA LOWHORN 
LORA McCABE 
JAMES McFADDEN 
ANGIE McKEE 
SHE1LAH McMOLLEN 



Richmond, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Grayson, KY 

Sparta, KY 

London, KY 



Falmouth, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Foster, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Cumberland, KY 



Shelbyville, KY 

London, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Ekron, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Lawrenceburg, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Paint Lick, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Liberty, KY 

Burlington, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Lynchburg, OH 

Ft. Wright, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Walton, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Edgewood, KY 

Springfield, OH 



Albany, KY 

Louisville, KY 

London, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Williamstown, KY 



Graduates/Doy-McMul 255 



JOHN W. MELVIN Richmond, KY 

FELECIA R. MEEK Boones Camp, KY 

ANGELA MILLER Shelbyville, KY 

LAURA T. MITCHELL Campbellsville, KY 

ANNA JULIA MOJSEJENKO Louisville, KY 



SUSAN MOREHEAD 
JEANNE MURPHY 
BETH NIXON 
ELIZABETH OLIGEE 
RUTH ANN ORME 



DONNA OVERSTREET 
RAMONA L. PALMER 
READITH PENNINGTON 
BONNI PETERSON 
CONNIE PLEIMAN 



WENDY POITER 
CAROLINE POOLE 
BECKY RADIN 
RAE MICHELE REEB 



Hebron, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Stanton, KY 



Winchester, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Russell, KY 

Lawrenceburg, IN 

New Bremen, OH 



Nassau, Bahamas 

Jeffersontown, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Springfield, OH 



CHARLOTTE REICHENBACH Stanford, KY 



JAMA REYNOLDS 
TIMOTHY L. ROBBINS 
SHARON ROBERTS 
SCARLETT ROSS 
SHERRY SCHWEITZER 



VALORIE SHELTON 
JO ELLEN SLONE 
ADA M. SMITH 
LINDA R. SMITH 
MELANIE SMITH 



MELODY SMITH 
RHONDA SMITH 
DEBORAH SPENCER 
THERESA SPERRY 
MELODY STEWART 



Henderson, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Mays Lick, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 



Greenville, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Barbourville, KY 



Freeburn, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Crawfordsville, IN 

Ghent, KY 




256 Graduates/MalSte 




ANTHONY SWEAT 
LISA GAIL SWILLINGER 
CYNTHIA TRAVIS 
MICHELE TUCKER 
KEVIN VALLANCE 



VERA VANOVER 
TROY VARNER 
KENNETH A. VERON 
LAUREN WELCH 
DEBORAH WELLS 



ELIZABETH WERNERY 
BRIAN WILES 
LISA WOLNITZEK 
SUSANNE WOOLSEY 
ANGELA WRIGHT 



LISA ELLEN YOUNG 
REGINA YOUNG 
SANDRA R. YOUNG 



Richmond, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Lebanon Junct., KY 

Campbellsville, KY 

Flatwoods, KY 



Corbin, KY 

Winchester, KY 

New Albany, IN 

Frankfort, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Reading, OH 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Park Hills, KY 

Waco, KY 

Jenkins, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Bardstown, KY 



Graduates/ Swe- You 257 



KIMBERLY ABELL 


Lebanon, KY 


ROBIN ABERG 


Louisville, KY 


TIA ABERNATHIE 


Lexington, KY 


LOR1 ABNEY 


Fremont, OH 


M. AL-MUSAHER Qatif E. Province, SA 


ABDALSATAR A. AL-SHEIKH Saudi, Arabia 


RITA ALDRIDGE 


Richmond, KY 


LORI F ALEXANDER 


Cincinnati, OH 


KELLY ALLEN 


Aberdeen, OH 


JAMES D. ALLENDER 


Independence, KY 


REGINA ANDERSON 


Democrat, KY 


JOANNA ANGEL 


Winchester, KY 


REGINA ANGEL 


Winchester, KY 


TODD D. ANGEL 


Miamisburg, OH 


JANE E. APPLEGATE 


Louisville, KY 


WENDELL D. APPLEGATE 


Tollesboro, KY 


NAOMI ARNOLD 


Rush, KY 


HOWARD ARV1N 


Irvine, KY 


JEFFREY ASHER 


Winchester, KY 


LINDA CHRISTIAN BAGBY 


Cincinnati, OH 


MITCHELL JOE BAILEY 


Campbellsville, KY 


ANN WILEY BAKER 


Manchester, KY 


J.D. BAKER 


Frankfort, KY 


LARRY L. BAKER 


Berea, KY 


SARAH BAKER 


Pikeville, KY 


GERALD BALL 


Loveland, OH 


MARCIA BALL 


Brookville, IN 


ANNE W BALLARD 


Harrodsburg, KY 


JENNI BALLARD 


Richmond, KY 


LOU ANN BALTENBERGER 


Louisville, KY 


TIMOTHY B. BARBER 


Paintsville, KY 


GREG BARGO 


Gray, KY 


ANTHONY W. BARKER 


Covington, KY 


CLAY DOUGLAS BARNES 


Cincinnati, OH 


DEBBIE J. BARNES 


Berry, KY 



258 Seniors/Abe-Bar 





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KARLA BARNHART 
JEFFREY BASTIAN 
K1MBERLY K. BASTON 
RENNIE L. BATES 
DAVID W. BAULT 



SUSAN J. BAUMANN 
BETHE BAYS 
MARY CAROL BAYS 
SANDRA K. BECK 
JENNIE BECKNER 



SCOTT BEHYMER 
CHARLES L. BEIGHLE 
CRYSTAL BEIGHLE 
MARK BENDER 

SUSAN BENECKE 



JAMES W. BENNETT 
JOSEPH BENTLEY 
BILL BERCKMAN 
DARCIE BERG 
HOLLY D. BERNHARD 



Middletown, OH 

Dayton, OH 

Dry Ridge, KY 

Hazard, KY 

Wapakoneta, OH 



Ft. Thomas, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Oneida, KY 

Crawfordsville, IN 

Nicholasville, KY 



Vero Beach, FL 

Williamstown, KY 

Williamstown, KY 

Arlington Heights, IL 

Carrollton, KY 



Wilmington, OH 
Harrodsburg, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 
Jamestown, NY 

Cincinnati, OH 



HOWARD BERRYMAN 
THEODORE S. BERTSTROM 
KIMBERLY A. BEST 
M. SUE BETTASSO 
JANIE BIAGI 



Versailles, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Piketon, OH 

Shelbyville, KY 



DARRYL MICHAEL A. BIEL 
JANICE BINGHAM 
ANN BINKLEY 
NINYA MARIE BIRCH 
LYNN BISHOP 



TAMI BISHOP 
JENNIFER BLADE 
MARY ANN BLANTON 
JOHN DAVID BLEVINS 
HOLLY BOLTON 



Louisville, KY 

Barbourville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Florence, KY 



Fairfield, OH 

Quincy, IL 

Louisville, KY 

Danville, KY 
Lancaster, KY 



Seniors/Bar-Bol 259 



MARY K. BOND 

WILLIE BOOKER 

ALAN BOOTH 

CHARLES E. BOOTH 

PAUL RICHARD BOUGHMAN 



FranKfort, KY 

Hardy, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Williamson, WV 

Louisville, KY 



KATHLEEN ANN BOUGHTON Rochester, NY 
PAM BOWLES Carlisle, KY 

SARAH S. BOWLING South Charleston, WV 
TIM BOWLING London, KY 

ASHLEY BOYD Louisville, KY 



C. DOUGLAS BOYD 
TOBY BOYD 
BONITA BRADFORD 
SCOTT ALLEN BRADFORD 
JAMES S. BRADLEY 



JOHN W. BRADLEY, JR. 
MARY E. BRADLEY 
GARRY LEE BRANCH 
ROBERT T BRESSERT 
ROBIN BREWER 



SHANNON ROSE BRIAN 
NATALIE BRITTON 
WILLIAM BRITTON 
SUSAN BETH BROCK 
BRIAN L. BRODE 



SONYA BROOKS 
JAMES N. BROWN, JR. 
THERESA F BROWN 
LOU ANN BRUMBACK 
JILL A. BRUNNER 



Paintsville, KY 

Russell, KY 

Newport, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Springfield, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Morrow, OH 
Dayton, OH 
Dillsboro, IN 

Richmond, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Waynesburg, KY 

Salvisa, KY 

Harrisburg, PA 



Princeton, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Owinsboro, KY 

Williamstown, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



JOY BUCHHOLTZ 
CHARLOTTE ANN BULLOCK 
TERESA BURCHETT 
CAMMIE BURDELL 
RANDY S. BURDEN 



Dayton, OH 

Brodhead, KY 

Grayson, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Springfield, OH 



260 Seniors/BonBur 





DEN1SE BURGHER 
DAVID GARY BURNETTE 
LARA BCJRNETTE 
PHILIP G. BURTON 
STEPHEN LYNN BURTON 



TERRI J. BURTON 
BRIAN A. BUSCH 
TAMMY JO BUSHMAN 
TERI BUTCHER 
LANE PATRICE BUTLER 



MELANEE BUTTERY 
REGINA L. CAIN 
JOSEPH E. CALDWELL 
CYNTHIA A. CALLAWAY 
GREG CAMPBELL 



Middletown, OH 

Fairfield, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Somerset, KY 



Oxford, OH 

Richmond, KY 

New Bremen, OH 

Paintsville, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 



Oxford, OH 

Hamilton, OH 

Lebanon, KY 

Anchorage, KY 

Miamisburg, OH 



MARK STEVEN CAMPBELL Campbellsburg, KY 
KATHY CANNON Harrodsburg, KY 

TINA MARIA CAPPA Fairfield, OH 

TAMMY CARDEN Belfry, KY 

MARKETA CARNAHAN Manchester, KY 



LORETTA ANN CARRICO 
DAVE CARROLL 
SELMA JO CARRUBA 
BUFORD J. CARTEN 
JIMMY CARTER 



VICKI CARTER 
JANET L. CASADA 
JOHNNY CASPER 
DIANA CASSON 
RALPH CASTLE 



SHARON CAUDILL 
DONNA CECIL 
KELLY CHANDLER 
JACKIE CHAPMAN 
KIM CHARLES 



Matewan, WV 

Lexington, KY 

Cumberland, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Junction City, KY 



Junction City, KY 

Bronston, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Miamisburg, OH 

Paris, KY 



Brodhead, KY 

Howardstown, KY 

Wheaton, MD 

Inez, KY 

Winchester. KY 



Seniors/ Bur-Cha 261 



PAM CHARLES 
LANA CHAVIES 
LINDA CHAVIS 
KELLY CHENOWETH 
LILIEN CHIANG 



KATHERINE CHISM 
VILMA CHICJ 
HAZEL CHRISTERSON 
ANN CHRISTIE 
VICK1 CIELENSKY 



CYNTHIA CLARK 
EARL CLARK 
GABRIELE CLARK 
STEWART CLEMENTS, 
TERRI A. CLEMENTS 



Montrose, NY 

Cumberland, KY 

Cumberland, KY 

West Union, OH 

Richmond, KY 



Thompkinsville, KY 

Lima, PERU 

Danville, KY 

Greensburg, KY 

Charleston, WV 



Oxford, OH 

Lexington, KY 

South Shore, KY 

JR. Richmond, KY 

Owensboro, KY 



BARBARA COFFEY 
JENNIFER LYNN COFFEY 
DIANA L. COLE 
MACHELE A. COLEMAN 
TODD COLLARD 



Monticello, KY 

Gray hawk, KY 

Bennington, IN 

Sulphur, KY 

Louisville, KY 



REGINA COLLETT 
LORA COLLINS 
GERALD COMBS 
JCJDIA CONN 
BRIAN CONROY 



JEFFREY B. COOK 
MARCIA K. COOK 
EDITH COMMER 
JANET COOPER 
MARIA COOPER 



Crab Orchard, KY 

Columbus, IN 

Corbin, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Satellite Beach, FL 



Hamilton, OH 

Eubank, KY 

Paint Lick, KY 

Burlington, Ontario 

Louisville, KY 



TOMMY COOPER 
FAITH DELIGHT CORNETT 
KIM N. COSKER 
CORA COSTELLO 
DAVID BRUCE COTTON 



Oak Ridge, TN 

Manchester, KY 

Cincinnatti, OH 

Albany, KY 

Lancaster, KY 




262 Seniors/Cha-Cot 




BECKY COULTER Danville, KY 

EDDIE COULTER Lawrenceburg, KY 

DEBORAH J. COVINGTON Bowling Green, KY 
JEANIE SUE COX Berea, KY 

K1MBERLY COX Versailles, KY 



REBECCA L. COX 
WILLIAM R. COX 
MARQUETTA CRAFT 
SCOTT F CR1MM 
SHARON CRISWELL 



MICHAEL E. CROWE 
TAMMY L. CRUM 
TANYA CRUMBIE 
PHYLLIS CRUME 
D1ANNE CUMMINS 



DANA CURTIS 
CHERYL DABNEY 
DAVID DALE 
JEFF DALTON 
MONTE DARLAND 



ELIZABETH A. DAUGHERTY 
ELIZABETH DAVIDSON 
LAVAUN DAVIDSON 
JAMES W. DAVIS 
MARJORIE DAVIS 



WILLIAM E. DAVIS 
LAWRENCE F DAWSON 
MARCIA DEAN 
CAROL DEATON 
LISA DEBRA 



BRENDA DELANOY 
THOMAS P. DELVIZIS 
TROY ANGELA DEMAREE 
CHERYL DENNEY 
MICHAEL DENNIS 



Science Hill, KY 
Stanford, KY 

Manchester, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Frankfort, KY 



Owensboro, KY 

East Burnstadt, KY 

Paris, KY 

Bloomfield, KY 

Burlington, KY 



Winchester, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Springfield, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Batavia, OH 



Varney, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Jackson, KY 

Gray, KY 



Loveland, OH 
Ashland, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Seniors/CouDen 263 



MICHELLE DESMOND 
JAN DHONAU 
ABDULLAH DHC1BAIBAN 
NOEL DIANAS 
PAUL GROSS DILLON 



DANIEL M. DIXON 
GREGORY L. DIXON 
PAULA DOKER 
SHELLI DOMINIQUE 
KATHY L. DONEGAN 



ROBIN JO DUSCH 
SHYRLEEN DOUGHTY 
MARY ANNE DOWLING 
GLENN A. DREES 
HENRIETTA DUDGEON 



FREDERICK E. DUFF 
KIMBERLY DUFF 
BONNIE DUNLAP 
DOROTHY DUNN 
TERESA DUNN 



EVE DUNNING 
RON DURHAM 
TIMOTHY H. DUVALL 
VICKI DYE 
THOMAS EAGLE 



MELINDA EASLEY 
LISA EDWARDS 
CURT ALLAN EHRLICH 
ISMAIL EL-DAGAN 
NANCY ELLIOTT 



PAMELA L. ELMY 
DAVID EMERSON 
JENNIFER ENGLAND 
CHRIS ENSING 
LAURA EPPERSON 



Cincinnati, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Rayadh, S.A. 

Kemper, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Columbia, TN 

Lancaster, KY 

Lakeside Park, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Dayton, OH 



Bellevue, KY 

Crab Orchard, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 

Mountaintop, PA 

Campbellsville, KY 



Somerset, KY 

Russell, KY 

Wilmington, OH 

Burgin, KY 

Jackson, KY 



Crofton, KY 
Belfry, KY 

Albany, KY 
Pikeville, KY 
Franklin, OH 



Marion, KY 

Gravel Switch, KY 

Rochester, NY 



Stanford, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Oak Ridge, TN 

Ashiand, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Henderson, KY 




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264 Seniors/ DesEpp 




LISA ERHARDT Jefferson City, MO 

KR1STI ESTILL Mays Lick, KY 

JANI ETHER1DGE West Chester, OH 

VIRGINIA MARIA EVERSOLE Richmond, KY 
GERI L. FARLOW Paoli, IN 



MICHAEL FARMER 
SUE FARMER 
ANTHONY FARRIS 
DANNY FAULCONER 
TAMMY FAULKNER 



SdZANNE FAWBUSH 
U. E. FELIX 
PHILLIP MILO FETT 
SCJE FILIPPI 
JEAN E. FINLEY 



PETE FISH 
GARY FISHER 
K1MBERLY FLOER 
SUSAN FOLLOWELL 
MARY FOOKS 



MICHAEL FORD 
JILL FOSTER 
DEBRA ANN FRAYSURE 
RONALD FREDERICK 
BRUCE FREEMAN 



KAREN LEE FRENCH 
ANNE FRYMIRE 
DAWN FULLER 
PAMELA FULLER 
DANNY GABBARD 



ANGELA SUE GAMMON 
GINA MARIE GANDOLFI 
AMY L. GARDNER 
MIRIAM GASH 
REGINALD J. GAY 



Middlesboro, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Corbin, KY 



London, KY 

NIGERIA 

New Carlisle, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Leesburgh, OH 



Berea, KY 

Dubois, IN 

Cincinnati, OH 

Danville, KY 

Benton, KY 



Valley Station, KY 

London, KY 

Augusta, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Richmond, KY 



Charlotte, NC 

Madisonville, KY 

Alexandria, KY 

Feds Creek, KY 

Hazard, KY 



Sciotoville, OH 

Rockledge, FL 

Galena, OH 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Seniors/ Erh-Gay 265 



JAY BRADLEY GE1GER 
KATHLEEN L. GEIST 
NANCY C. GEOGHEGAN 
JEANNiE H. GEORGE 
KEITH A. GEORGE 



CHARLES GIBSON 
BRUCE GIGANDET 
SALLY GILL 
JULIE L. GIRTEN 
KAREN GIUFFRE 



SHARON GLASS 
DAVID GOLDNER 
GINA GOODMAN 
SCOT GOSS 
GREG GOULET 



DOUGLAS GRAHAM 
SUSAN GRAHAM 
SUSAN LYNNE GREB 
JILL RENEE GREEN 
PAMELA GREEN 



CARL KEITH GREENE 
LYNDA L. GREENWELL 
JACKIE S. GRIFFIN 
CARLA GRIFFITH 
GREGG L. GRIFFITH 



KIMBERLY GRIFFITH 
SUSAN ELAINE GROGORY 
ESTHER L. GROTKE 
KIMBERLY GRUBBS 
SANDRA GUFFEY 



Cheviot, OH 
Lexington, KY 
Bardstown, KY 

London, KY 
Glasgow, KY 



Richmond, KY 
Versailles, OH 
Loveland, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 
Centerville, OH 



Georgetown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Louisville, KY 



Dayton, OH 

Beavercreek, OH 

Miamisburg, OH 

Winchester, KY 

Somerset, KY 



London, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 



Hilliard, OH 
Sciotoville, OH 

Buffalo, NY 
Richmond, KY 

Albany, KY 



GENE GUINN 
AMY GUSS 
KATHY HACKER 
SIDNEY CHRIS HACKER 
KEITH HADEN 



Monticello, KY 

Santa Barbara, CA 

London, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Pensacola, FL 




266 Seniors/GeiHad 




CHRISTOPHER HAGAN 
ABBAS HAGHNAZAR 
JIVONDA HAINES 
RUTH ANN HALE 
LORA HALL 



MARY BETH HALL 
STEPHANIE D. HALL 
TINA HALL 

LARRY W. HAMILTON II 
LORI A. HAMILTON 



PENNY K. HAMMONS 
LYNNE HAMPTON 
SHERRY HANLON 
LAURI ADKINS HARDIN 
SHEILA HARDIN 



JOANNA HARDY 
JOHN JARRED HARLOW 
HELEN HARRIS 
DONNA HARTMAN 
MELANIE HARVEY 



Lebanon, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Mackville, KY 

Georgetown, KY 



Winterhaven, FL 

Hazard, KY 

Inez, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Corbin, KY 

London, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Inez, KY 



Science Hill, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Dayton, OH 



SUZANNE ROBINS HASTINGS Salisbury, MD 
RANDY HATFIELD Belfry, KY 

DALE HATTER Waynesburg, KY 

JAYMA HAWKINS Frankfort, KY 

MICHAEL A. HAYDEN Frankfort, KY 



HEATHER HAYDON Lawrenceburg, KY 

NICKI HAYNES Murchison, TX 

CARLA FRANCES HEBERT Lexington, KY 
SARAH ANN HEIL Louisville, KY 

RAY HEILMAN Campbellsburg, KY 



ALI HELABI 
M. SUSAN HELLMAN 
HUGH HEM-LEE 
MARY HENDERSON 



SAUDIA ARABIA 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Gasparillo, Trin Wl 

Georgetown, KY 



KENNETH SCOTT HENDLEY Miamisburg, OH 



Seniors/Hag-Hen 267 



SHELLI HENDREN 
CAROL HENDRIX 
DAVID HENRY 
JAMES B. HENRY 
REGINA HENSLEY 



TODD HENSON 
KIM PATRICE HERZOG 
TAMMY H1BBARD 
TANNA HICKS 
MARGARET HILL 



SHEILA HILL 
STEPHEN HILL 
ALONNA K. HODGES 
CRAIG HOGAN 
TANYA HOLDER 



Salvisa, KY 

Paris, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Paris, KY 

Brookville, IN 



Frankfort, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Barbourville, KY 

Bowling Green, KY 

Ravenna, KY 



Winchester, KY 

New City, NY 

Lexington, KY 

Blanchester, OH 
Louisville, KY 



JAY K. HOLLINGSWORTH 
MARK HOLSTEIN 
ROGER A. HOMMES, JR. 
RALPH HONCHEL 
KIMBERLY HOOVER 



REED C. HOPKE 
RHONDA HOPSON 
HAROLD HOSKINS, JR. 
DARRYL HOUSTON 
WALTER HOWARD JR., 



CATHERINE J. HOWARD 
CHARLOTTE HOWARD 
CHRISTOPHER J. HOWARD 
GARY HOWARD 
P. FAITH HOWARD 



JEAN HRANICKY 
LINDA GAIL HRANICKY 
CATHELEEN HUFFMAN 
JIM HUFFMAN 
KIMBERLY HUFFMAN 



Columbus, OH 

Charleston, WV 

Richmond, KY 

Hazard, KY 

Frankfort, KY 



Florence, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Morningview, KY 

Wheelwright, KY 



Knoxville, TN 

Manchester, KY 

Knoxville, TN 

Maineville, OH 

Lexington, KY 



Somerset, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Winchester, OH 

Springfield, OH 

Grayson, KY 




268 Seniors/Hen-Huf 




KATHY HUGHES 
PATTY HUGHES 
WILLIAM J. HUMES 
REBECCA HUNN 
KIMBERLY HUNT 



KARLA HURT 
LISHA KAYE HURT 
ROSEMARY HUSTED 
CYNTHIA K. HUSTON 
JOHN P. HUTCHENS 



ALLISON K. HYER 
BRIAN HYNDMAN 
RAY RAY IGECHEP 
SCOTT VERNON IMHOF 
IRA INMAN 



DON S. IRVINE 
REBECCA ISOM 
ELIZABETH ISON 
KAREN IVIE 
MILES JACKSON 



LARA JAGGERS 
MARIA L. JAHNES 
CHERYL LYNN JEFFRIES 
CINDY A. JEFFRIES 
KIMBERLY JENKINS 



JAMES H. JENNINGS 
LAURIE ANN JENNINGS 
GEORGE JOHNIDES 
RONALD C. JOHNS 
ANITA JOHNSON 



JEFF JOHNSON 
JENNIFER JOHNSON 
JILL JOHNSON 
PRESTON C. JOHNSON 
TERRI LYNN JOHNSON 



Mason, OH 

Irvine, KY 

Chaplin, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Greenville, KY 



Frankfort, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Sebree, KY 

London, KY 

Portsmouth, OH 



Hannibal, OH 
Leesburg, FL 

Carolina Islands 
Louisville, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 



Somerset, KY 
Manchester, KY 

Richmond, KY 
Ft. Thomas, KY 

Pembroke, VA 



Cynthiana, KY 
St. Albans, WV 
Crestwood, KY 
Crestwood, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 



Shelbyville, KY 

Attica, NY 

Monticello, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Corbin, KY 



Paintsville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Fairfield, OH 

Mason, OH 



Seniors/ Hug-Jon 269 



ROBIN JOHNSTONE 
ANNETTE JONES 
CYNTHIA JONES 
KIM JONES 
LESLIE A. JONES 



Harrodsburg, KY 

Shepherdsville, KY 

West Portsmouth, OH 

Hazard, KY 

Columbia, KY 



OTIS JONES 

DONNA LISA JCJNGCLAS 

TINA JURY 

JENNIFER JUSTICE 

RICK JUSTICE 



RICK K. JUSTICE 
TAMMY JO KABLER 
KIMBRA KAHLE 
JOSEPH KARSZEN 
PATRICIA KAUSCHER 



DANIEL KEELING 
BRIDGET KERSEY 
EMILY KILBURN 
DANIEL L. KING 
SHARYL KING 



ALESIA KIRK 
THOMAS L. KISSEL 
LISA J. KITTILA 
JOHN CASSIDY KLAREN 
ZIP KLAREN 



JAMES KLINGENBERG 
JOSEPH W. KLOEKER 
MICHAEL KLOTZ 
TAMARA LYNN KNOX 
KAROL KORFHAGE 



MICHAEL E. KRAL 
JOHN KURT KRAUSS 
SANDY KROMENACKER 
TAMARA JO KUHLMAN 
JEFFREY M. KUNKEL 



Anderson, IN 

Milford, OH 

Gallipolis, OH 

Georgetown, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Phyllis, KY 

Mt. Olivet, KY 

Huber Heights, OH 

West Sayville, NY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Delphia, KY 

Rockville, MD 

Taylor Mill, KY 



Warfield, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Aberdeen, OH 

London, KY 



Ft. Thomas, KY 

Independence, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Duluth, GA 

Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Van Buren, OH 

Erlanger, KY 





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LINDA KUNKEL 

EMILY KURTZ 

NANCY J. LAEHU 

JENNY LAI 

MARILYN LOUISE LAKES 



Cincinnati, OH 
Cincinnati, OH 
Ft. Knox, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Richmond, KY 



CYNTHIA A. LAMBERT Sturgis, KY 

TERRI LAMBERT Richmond, KY 

JONATHAN ERIC LANGFORD Somerset, KY 
CARLA S. LATIFF Middlesboro, KY 

ANNETTE LAWSON Columbus, OH 



JUDY M. LAYNE 
LINDA SUE LEACH 
VAUGHN LEAKE 
ROB LEAPLY 
DAVID LEAST 



Middlesboro, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Swanton, MD 

Corbin, KY 



NANCY ELLEN LEEDY Stanford, KY 

JOSEPH LEISING Cold Spring, KY 

ROB LEMON Cincinnati, OH 

JUDY LEONARD Louisville, KY 

MARY KATHLEEN LEONHARDT Louisville, KY 



SUSAN LINCOLN 
VIRGINIA LINK 
CINDY HUI LIO 
DENNIS KIRWIN LIPPY 
LINDA M. LISCH 



ELIZABETH LOCKHART 
KIRK EDWARD LOKITS 
BUNNY LOOP 
B. DEAN LORING JR., 
TRACEY LOWERY 



CAROLYN LUDWICK 
DORMAND LUTTRELL 
LESLIE LYNCH 
TIM LYON 
GAYLE MACHTOLFF 



Louisville, KY 
Sidney, OH 
Hong Kong 

Louisville, KY 
Springfield, OH 



Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Bemus Point, NY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Covington, KY 



Frankfort, OH 
Danville, KY 

Louisville, KY 
Hillsville, VA 

Louisville, KY 



Seniors/Kun-Mac 271 



DEANNE GAYE MADDEN 
JOHN L. MADDEN, JR., 
LACJRA MADDEN 
JOHN MADIGAN 
MARISA MADRAS 



KEITH MAHAN 
STAUFFER P. MALCOM, JR 
MARK F. MALLICK 
ELIZABETH MANBY 
ANNA MARIE MANNERINO 



JAY MANNING 
WILLIAM L. MANSFIELD 
WILLIAM R. MARCUM 
KAREN E. MARSHALL 
DARRELL MARTIN 



JANET MARTIN 
JANICE K. MARTIN 
VICTORIA MASON 
JOHN S. MASTERS 
MIKE MATHIS 



DAVID MATTINGLY 
DWAYNE MATTOX 
MARVIN MAUPIN JR. 
JACKIE MAYNARD 
MARY-KING MAYS 



Hopewell, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Hudson, OH 

Louisville, KY 



Burdine, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Williamsville, NY 

Middletown, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Cincinnati, OH 

Troy, KY 

Alpha, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Eminence, KY 



Radcliff, KY 

Brandenburg, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Crab Orchard, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Springfield, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 

Albany, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Princeton, KY 



JEFFERY L. McAFEE Mount Washington, KY 
SUSAN DIANE McCLARTY Louisville, KY 

SUSAN MCCLELLAN Louisville, KY 

THOMAS D. McCOMB Glasgow, KY 

A. PAIGE McCONAUGHY Ringoes, NJ 



REBECCA McFADDEN 
BART McFARLAND 
SCOTT McGUIRE 
PAMELA ANN McHUGH 
LEE McINTOSH 



London, KY 

Paris, KY 

Middletown, OH 

Union, KY 

Lexington Park, MD 




272 Seniors/Mad-Mcln 




MICHAEL McINTOSH 
ANDRA McINTYRE 
BETH McINTYRE 
KIMBERLY A. McKENNA 
LINDA McNAMARA 



Lexington Park, MD 

Louisville, KY 

Vine Grove, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Lexington, KY 



JOHANNA McQUILKIN 
JAMES RICKY MEADE 
JANELLE DAWN MEECE 
CARLA MEEHAN 
STEVE MEERMAN 



Dayton, OH 

Burnside, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Scuddy, KY 

Gainesville, FL 



JUDY L. MEIMAN 
LOR1 MELVILLE 
MELISSA A. MENDOZA 
BESSIE MERRILL 
ANITA MESSER 



NANNETTE J. METZ 
JULIE METZMEIER 
SHELLY MIKOLAJCZAK 
BILLY WAYNE MILLER 
EDDIE J. MILLER 



Louisville, KY 

Southgate, KY 

Thompkinsville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Portsmouth, OH 



Cincinnati, OH 
Cincinnati, OH 
Longview, TX 
Quicksand, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 



JARENDA CHRISTINE MILLER Burnside, KY 
LISA GAYE MILLER Nicholasville, KY 

LORI MILLER Portsmouth, OH 

MEL1NDA MILLER Springfield, OH 

SCOTT MILLER Millersville, PA 



TERESA L. MILLER 
BILL MILLION 
ARTHUR R. MILLS 
DOUG MINGS 
SHERI MIVELAZ 



JEROME T MOHR 
LYNN C. MONAHAN 
SANDRA LEE MOODY 
CARLA MOORE 
DANIEL MOORE 



Wheelersburg, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Radcliffe, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Ft. Thomas, KY 

Southfieid, MI 

Berea, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 



Seniors/Mcln-Moo 273 



DAVID K. MOORE 
DONNA G. MOORE 
MARY MOORE 
PENELOPE MOORE 
VIKKI J. MOORE 



CARLA MOREHEAD 
JANE MORRISON 
JOSEPH MORTON 
TIM MOSELEY 
DALLAS TODD MOSES 



FRANCES ANITA MCJDD 
ANNE MARIE MCJIRHEAD 
SALLY MCILLANEY 
DONNA MARIE MULLER 
ROBIN MGLLINS 



HOLLY MYERS 
JOSEPH E. MYERS 
MICHAEL B. NAPIER 
PAUL R. NAVE 
DANNY NEAL 



LINDA WRIGHT NEAL 
LISA NEAL 
MARTHA NEEF 
VICKY NEWELL 
BECKY NEWKIRK 



MARY R. NEWKIRK 
TERESA NICELY 
LISA NIEHAUS 
KELLY NILES 
JO LYNN NORFLEET 



MARYANNE NORTH 
KENDALL NOXSEL 
GARY NCJSSBAGM 
R. ODONG-WODOLAM 
KATHY L. OGARA 



Monticello, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Mishawaka, IN 



Hebron, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Camp Hill, PA 

Crestwood, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Lebanon, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Hamlin, WV 



Richmond, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Frankfort, KY 

Borden, IN 

Pine Knott, KY 



Stearns, KY 

Clay City, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Pickerington, OH 

Wilmington, OH 



Wilmington, OH 

Wurtland, KY 

Fort Thomas, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 



Georgetown, KY 

Wheelersburg, OH 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Gulu, Uganda, AFRICA 

Louisville, KY 



274 Seniors/ MooOga 





BA B. OGBULU-FADEYI 
KATHY L. OLDHAM 
MITZIE OROURKE 
MAAYOUF OTAIBI 
GREGORY A. OWENS 



DEBRA L. PACE 
MICHELLE M. PALMER 
DANNY L. PARKER 
TAMELA PARKER 
PAMELA PATTERSON 



LESA GAIL PATTON 
MICHAEL R. PAUL 
KELLY SUSAN PAYNE 
SUSAN M. PAYNTER 
JANICE PELFREY 



Suru-Lere Lagos, NIG 

Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Stearns, KY 



Cynthiana, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Berea, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Bellbrook, OH 



Hawesville, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Stanton, KY 



JOYCE PENCE 

KERRY PENCE 

GREG PENN 

JILL PENSKE 

RENEE LYNN PEQUIGNOT 



Eubank, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Springfield, OH 



DANA LYNNE PERKINS 
LOIS PERKINS 
KAREN PESAVENTO 
TANIA LYNN PETRY 
BOB PETTIT 



DWAYNE PETTIT 
JANICE PHARIS 
TAMI PHILLIPPI 
BETH PHILLIPS 
RUTH A. PHILLIPS 



FLONNIE PIERCEY 
BEVERLY PING 
WILLIAM PINKSTON III 
ROBYN PITTMAN 
KATHY PLUMMER 



Jeffersontown, KY 

London, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Deepwater, WV 

Louisville, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Burkesville, KY 

Freedom, NY 

Manchester, KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 



Albany, KY 
Somerset, KY 

Baltimore, MD 
Frankfort, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 



Seniors/Ogb-Plu 275 



SHER1 POGUE 
JAMES POHL 
CARL PORTER 
RONALD L. POST 
JOHN D. POTTEIGER, 



JR. 



CAROLYN G. POWELL 
KIMBERLY LEI POWELL 
RANDALL Q. POWELL 
PATRICIA A. POWELL 
BEVERLY POYNTER 



DOLORES PRESSLEY 
WILLIAM C. PRESSON 
JULIA PRICE 
LISA LEXIE PRICE 
CHRIS PROESSEL 



Cincinnati, OH 

Kettering, OH 

Satellite Beach, FL 

Lebanon, OH 

Harrisburg, PA. 



Georgetown, KY 

Paducah, KY 

Conway, KY 

Harlan, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Rochester, NY 

Benton, KY 

Shepherdsville, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Corbin, KY 



LARRY WAYNE PUCKETT 
TAMARA GENE RANEY 
GARRETT D. RATHGEBER 
PHYLLIS C. RATLIFF 
ALAN R. RAVEN 



CANDACE RAY 
HOLLY REAM 
JEFFREY A. REAMS 
STEVEN J. REBHOLZ 
DEBORAH REFETT 



REG1NA REYNOLDS 
SHARON RHINERSON 
B. J. RICE 
KAREN RICE 
LINDA E. RICE 



Winchester, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Fredonia, NY 

Hamilton, OH 

Waynes, MI 



Richmond, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Taylor Mill, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Beckley, WV 



Jeffersontown, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 



ROBIN N. RICH 

WILLIAM D. RICHARDSON 

TERRI RICHTER 

ANITA RICKS 

STEVE RIEHEMANN 



Covington, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Hopkinsville, KY 

Sarasota, FL 




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276 Seniors/ Pog-Rie 





MARK LAWRENCE R1FFEE 
ELIZABETH ANN RILEY 
CHARLOTTE ROBERTS 
CYNTHIA A. ROBERTS 
ELVA ROBERTS 



KIMBERLY L. ROBERTS 
MARGOT MARIE ROBERTS 
PHILIP D. ROBERTS 
SHARON ROBERTS 
THERESA ROBERTS 



Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Burnside, KY 

Hopkinsville, KY 

Manchester, KY 



Russell, KY 

Kings Park, NY 

Newcastle, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 



W. SCOTT ROBERTSON Bethel, KY 

ROBERT E. ROBINSON, JR. Fern Creek, KY 
MICHAEL D. RODGERS Frankfort, KY 

LARRY M. ROE Silver Spring, MD 

WILMA ROGERS Stanton, KY 



CYNTHIA ROLEN 
KENNETH ROSS 
RHONDA LEE ROSS 
RODGER ROSS 
ANGELA ROSSETTI 



CHRISTY ROTUNNO 
BETH A. ROCJTLEDGE 
ART RUPE 
PATTY RUSH 
MARY E. RUSHING 



CONNIE RUSSELL 
SCOTT RUSSELL 
GARY GORDON RUTZ 
SHEILA C. RYDER 
ALAN SADLER 



MICHAEL D. SALLEE 
TAMMIE SAMMONS 
JENNIFER SANDERS 
DEWANA SANDL1N 
JOHN D. SANDUSKY 



Portsmouth, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Ashland, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 



Saline, MI 

Bellevue, KY 

Elkhart, IN 

Edmonton, KY 

Glenview, IL 



Lebanon, OH 

Morehead, KY 

Carlisle, PA 

Findley, OH 

New Castle, KY 



Winchester, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Harlan, KY 

Trenton, OH 

Lebanon, KY 



Seniors/ Rif-San 277 



KIMBERLY L. SASSER 
JACQUELINE SAWYERS 
ROB SCHAWANN 
TIMOTHY J. SCHIPSKE 
GAIL SCHMIDT 



Corbin, KY 

Albany, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Franklinville, NJ 

Eaton, OH 



MARILENE L. SCHMIDT 
MARTHA ANN SCHWENDAU 
JAMES R. SCOTT 
KIMBERLY E SCOTT 
JOEY SEALE 



Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Brentwood, TN 

Ashland, KY 

Brookville, IN 



PATT1 SEALS 
STEVEN D. SEARS 
CHARLES D. SEBASTIAN 
BARBARA R. SELBY 
SHEILA M. SELLS 



TINA SERMERSHEIM 
KATHRYN SHAW 
AMY J. SHEFFIELD 
MARY SHEMELYA 
CATHERINE SHIELDS 



PAMELA SHIRLEY 
JUDY SHORT 
SUSAN D. SHUFF 
GINA SIMMONS 
BARBARA SIMPSON 



CHERYL A. SIMPSON 
STEVE SIMPSON 
CONNIE SIPPLE 
DIANA S1SSEL 
CHERYL SIZEMORE 



MONROE E. SIZEMORE 
TESA SIZEMORE 
WENDALL SKEEN 
LAURA SKOGSTROM 
AMANDA BOONE SMITH 



Berea, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Lou., KY 



Louisville, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Orlando, FL 

Campbellsville, KY 



Harrodsburg, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Miamisburg, OH 

Crestwood, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Williamstown, KY 

Erlanger, KY 

Falmouth, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Barbourville, KY 




278 Seniors/SasSmi 




ANGELA SMITH 
JEFF SMITH 
JERRY SMITH 
MICHAEL SMITH 
PAT SMITH 



SALLIE PENNINGTON SMITH 
SHERRE SMITH 
DOUGLAS SMITHSON 
LESLIE RENEE SNEED 
SANDY SNOOK 



CHARLES V. SPARKS 
KAREN L. SPEGAL 
LAURA SPENCER 
LiNDA SPENCER 
VICKI L. SPINNER 



Freeburn, KY 

Paris, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Kettering, OH 

Hazard, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Milford, OH 

Winchester, KY 

Frankfort, KY 



Columbia, KY 
Dry Ridge, KY 
St. Marys, OH 
Beattyville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



W. DUDLEY SPOONAMORE 
CHERYL A. SPRINGMEYER 
BENSON SPURLING 
CAROLE STAGNOLIA 
MARY ANN STAHL 



Danville, KY 
Brooks, KY 

Knoxville, TN 

Cumberland, KY 

Edgewood, KY 



DAVID STAMPER Olive Hill, KY 

TIM STAMPS Richmond, KY 

GREGORY STAPLETON Boiling Sprgs., KYPA 
GEORGE STARKS Covington, KY 

LISA STECK Linden, MI 



GWEN STEPHENS 
HOLLY STEPHENS 
LATESHIA STEPHENS 
JILL STEVENS 
ANNA STEWART 



JANICE STEWART 
LESLIE M. STEWART 
EDWARD K. STINSON 
THOMAS A. STIPES 
ELIZABETH STOKES 



Richmond, KY 

Mason, OH 

Russell Springs, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Ashland, KY 



Harlan, KY 

Union, KY 

Sandy Hook, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Femcreek, KY 



Seniors/ Smi-Sto 279 



WILLIAM A. STOKES 
PHYLISHA D. STONE 
RHONDA M. STORY 
JEAN A. STRAIT 
LAURIE LYNNE STRUBBE 



London, KY 

Summer Shade, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Bryan, OH 

Miami, FL 



ANITA STCJRGILL 
ANTHONY W. STURG1LL 
THERESA SUBLETTE 
FRANK SULLIVAN 
CRAIG SUTTON 



ELIZABETH K. SUTTON 
JAN SUTTON 
RODNEY SWAIN 
TRACY C. SWANNER 
WENDY SWINFORD 



Stambaugh, KY 

Louisa, KY 

Gilbertsville, KY 

Mt. Washington, KY 

London, KY 



Springfield, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Bagdad, KY 

East Bemstadt, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 



LAURIE ANNE TAGUE Ft. 
TAWFIK TAKIELDIN 
JOHN F TANGER 
KATHRYN TARTER 
GARY L. TASMAN 



CHARLES TAYLOR 
JACK TAYLOR 
KATHY A. TEMPLE 
SUSIE THACKER 
CAROLYN THOMAS 



Myers Beach, FL 

Richmond, KY 

Carlisle, PA 

Liberty, KY 

Richmond, KY 



London, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Marion, KY 

Fishtrap, KY 
Dry Ridge, KY 



TOM THOMAS 
FRED THOMPSON 
CYNTHIA L. THORNBURG 
TIMOTHY L. THORNSBERRY 
MICHAEL J. THORNTON 



Pittsburgh, PA 

Louisville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Harrisburg, PA 



DIANNE THORPE 
LORI TIPTON 
ELIZABETH TITTLE 
DIANE E. TOBERGTE 
ERNEST H. TOBIS 



Irvine, KY 

Neon, KY 

Oak Ridge, TN 

Independence, KY 

Covington, KY 



280 Seniors/Sto-Tob 





JIMMY TODD 
COLLEEN TOFTNESS 
MICHELLE D. TROSPER 
JACQUELINE TRUESDELL 



Lebanon, KY 

Richmond, KY 

London, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



JAMES DOUGLAS TRCIESDELL Norwood, OH 







ELIZABETH J. TURLEY 
ROSALIND TURNER 
WILLIAM C. TURNER 
VICKIE L. TYRA 
SCARLETT N. UPCHURCH 



KIM VAIL 
DAVID VANCE 
JANA J. VANDRY 
SUSAN L. VANDYKE 
ALICE VANOVER 



CANDI VICE 
MELISSA VINCENT 
SHERI L. WADE 
KEITH WAFORD 
DARYL A. WAINSCOTT 



AMY S. WALKER 
JOHN R. WALKER 
MARK WALL 
JENNIE WALLER 
DEN1SE WALTERS 



BARRY WARD 
BELINDA WARD 
DEBORAH S. WARD 
MICHAEL R. WARD 
PAULA WARD 



DEBRA WARFORD 
JAMES WARNER 
GENNIVER WARREN 
KIM WARREN 
DAVID B. WARWICK 



Mount Sterling, KY 

Bonneville, KY 

Coevurn, VA 

Stanton, KY 

Stearns, KY 



Fairfield, OH 

Georgetown, KY 

Paducah, KY 

Englewood, OH 

Middlesboro, KY 



Portsmouth, OH 

Fairdale, KY 

Gallipolis, OH 

Shelbyville, KY 

Edgewood, KY 



Owensboro, KY 

Barboursville, KY 

Bybee, KY 

Berea, KY 

Berry, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Glasgow, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Phyllis, KY 



Winchester, KY 
St. Charles, IL 
Louisville, KY 

Winchester, KY 
Jackson, MI 



Seniors/ Tod- War 281 



ANNA WASHKO 
BEREDA WATKINS 
TONY WATKINS 
BECKY WATTERS 
BEN WATTERS 



REBECCA WATTS 
LANCE WEATHERBY 
KAREN WEGENAST 
SUE WELLS 
THOMAS DIRK WELLS 



SUSAN WENTWORTH 
TINA WERMUTH 
DEBORAH WEST 
KATHY WEST 
ALAN WHEELER 



KELLIE WHITAKER 
DAVID R. WHITE 
DORIS WHITE 
MISSY WHITE 
MONISA R. WHITE 



NATHAN WHITE 
SUSIE WHITE 
WANDA A. WHITE 
KIM WHITLEY 
STEVEN K. WHITSON 



LAURIE A. WH1TWORTH 
MARISA M. WIENTJES 
KAREN WILDER 
MARK S. WILEY 
VICKIE LYNN WILHOITE 



Milford, OH 

Salyersvilie, KY 

Lancaster, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Allen, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Corbin, KY 



Belfast, ME 

Fairdale, KY 

Forest City, NC 

Paint Lick, KY 

Dryden, VA 



Lexington, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Richmond, IN 



Washington, DC 

Richmond, KY 

Paint Lick, KY 

Ft. Wright, KY 

Knoxville, TN 



Louisville, KY 
Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 
Cynthiana, KY 

Owenton, KY 



BEVERLY KAYE WILLIAMS Louisville, KY 

BRENDA WILLIAMS Flatwoods, KY 

BRIAN O. WILLIAMS Pasadena, MD 

MELINDA L. WILLIAMS Mt. Washington, KY 
PAMELA WILLIAMS Jacksonville, FL. 




282 Seniors/WasWil 




LOUELLA WILLIAMSON 
JEANNE W1LLMES 
MARK WILLOCIGHBY 
TERESA K. WILMERS 
DEANA WILSON 



DICK WILSON 
KIMBERLY E. WILSON 
LISA L. WILSON 
MICHAEL D. WILSON 
JANET L. WILT 



TRACI A. WIMSATT 
MELLANE WININGER 
DENISE WINKLER 
DARRYL A. WISEMAN 
RICK W1TTMANN 



MICHAEL WOEHLER 
LLOYD WOOD 
BRENDA L. WOODS 
EDWIN R. WOODS 
KATHLEEN WOOTON 



BARBARA WRIGHT 
ROBIN WRIGHT 
JOSEPHINE YAGODICH 
MING-TIEN YANG 
CYNTHIA YATES 



McKee, KY 

Park Hills, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 

London, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Wilmington, OH 



Louisville, KY 

Sarasota, FL 

Irvine, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Russell, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Richmond, VA 

Mays Lick, KY 

Grayson, KY 

Wooton, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Lewisburg, KY 

Toler, KY 

Tainan,Taiwan,REPCHI 

Louisville, KY 



DARRELL K. YORK 
THERESA YORK 
STEVEN YOONG 
JUDITH L. YOUNKMAN 
KATHYRN YOUNT 



Nicholasville, KY 

Belfast, ME 

Cincinnati, OH 

Williamsville, NY 

Frankfort, KY 



RICHARD D. ZACHOLSKI No. Tonawanda, NY 
JAMES J. ZIEGELMEYER Ft. Mitchell, KY 
BETH Z1EGLER Edgewood, KY 

TOMMY L. ZOTTMAN Lebanon, KY 

DEBORAH DIALS Paintsville, KY 



Seniors/Wil-Zot 283 



PATRICIA ABELL 
CAROL L. ABRAHAM 
DON ADKINS 
ED ALLISON 
KATHY ALLISON 



LINDA ANDERSON 
KIM BALL 
LORRAINE BARRY 
SAMUEL BASTIN 
JON BEASEY 



RUTH BLACKWELL 
DEBBIE BRADY 
MERTIE BRANHAM 
NANCY L. BREWER 
ALAN BRITTON 



Lebanon, KY 

Bellevue, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Morehead, KY 

Frankfort, KY 



Lawrenceburg, KY 

West Harrison, IN 

Kettering, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 



Irvine, KY 

St. Joseph, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Harrodsburg, KY 



MARY BUCHANAN 
KENNETH BUCKLE 
GRANVILLE MARK BUNCH 
JANICE BURCHELL 
RENEE CANNON 



Russell, KY 

Hyden, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Liberty, KY 



PATSY CHAPPEL London, KY 

SONDRA EILEEN CLAWSON Richmond, KY 

DONNA COKER Louisville, KY 

REGINA COOMER Somerset, KY 

MARK COYLE Lebanon KY 



PAULA A. CRAWFORD 
DAISY S. CRISOSTOMO 
MARY E. CURRY 
ANNE CZOR 
GREG DARST 



MELISSA JEAN DEEL 
KARA DUMMER 
SANDY C. DUNN 
MARY CATHERINE DYE 
MARK S. EMERY 



Manchester, KY 
Barbourville, KY 

Columbia, KY 
Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Forest Hills, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Jackson, KY 

Stamper, KY 

Cadiz, KY 



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284 Associates/AbeEme 





TAMMIE EWALT 
DOUGLAS FELTS 
PAT FICHETOLA 
JENNIFER FITZGERALD 
JENNIFER FORAKER 



DEIRDRE FRANK 
SHADE FRAZIER III 
KAREN FYFFE 
TERESA GENSHEIMER 
JULIE GREEN 



JEANNIE HAMILTON 
THERESA MAE HARDY 
LINDA K. HARGROVE 
KATHERINE B. HARRISON 
KATHRYN S. HATTON 



Lawrenceburg, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Waco, KY 

Burnside, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Springfield, OH 

Whitesburg, KY 

Blaine, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Winchester, KY 



Berea, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Crawfordsville, IN 

Junction City, KY 

Winchester, KY 



JANET L. HEDGESPETH Campbellsville, KY 
AMY HILLEBRAND Prospect, KY 

JOSEPH MACLEOD HOBSON Frankfort, KY 
ALICIA HORNE Richmond, KY 

TAMMY HUFFINES Mt. Vernon, KY 



TAMMY HUTCHISON 
LISA M. JACKSON 
CAROL JENSEN 
CAROLYN JOHNSON 
KEVIN D. JONES 



TERRI JONES 
PAULETTA KING 
EDW1NA LAWSON 
EILEEN LEAR 
DEBORAH LEE 



Columbia, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Waddy, KY 

Chesterfield, MD 

Danville, KY 



Campbellsville, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Miracle, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 



JENNIFER LESTER 
LENORA SMITH LOVINGS 
ETHEL DARLENE LOWE 
JENNIFER GUY LYLE 
BARBARA S. MALONEY 



Berea, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Gravel Switch, KY 

Scottsville, KY 

Winchester, KY 



Associates/ Ewa-Mal 285 



LARRY E. MASCHINO Newcastle, KY 

RAMONA McGOVERM Bellevue, KY 

LAIRD McLEAN Scarbourough, ONT.CA 

TONNETTE McQUEEN Richmond, KY 

JOAN MESSERKNECHT Baltimore, OH 



KEVIN S. MIDDLETON 
KATHY MILLER 
LANA MIRACLE 
KAYLER MONTONEY 
DEANA MOORE 



RITA K. MOORE 
DEBORAH L. MCJDD 
LORENA MULLINS 
CONSTANCE MURPHY 
JOYCE NANTZ 



WOODY NEAL 
REBECCA NEWTON 
JEFFERY LEN NOEL 
MARY E. OSBORN 
TAMMY SUE OWENS 



CANDICE PHILLIPS 
MARLA PITTELKO 
JAMES POTTS 
LARRY QUILLEN 
TERRI L. REED 



GARRY RENSCHLER 
DWAYNE RICE 
ELLEN R. RICHARDSON 
LORI RICHARDSON 
DAVID ALLEN RIGGLE 



SUE ELLEN ROARK 
JENNIFER ROBERTS 
ROBERTS, MELANIE 
SAUNDRA ROBERTSON 
LISA G. ROBINSON 



Richmond KY 

Louisville, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Morganville, KY 

Arcanum, OH 



Irvine, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Paintsville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Lancaster, KY 

Dry Ridge, KY 

St. Marys, OH 

Liberty, KY 



Bardstown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Flatwoods, KY 

Corbin, KY 



Carrollton, KY 

Paris, KY 

Glasgow, KY 

Rockledge, FL 

Cynthiana, KY 



Pineville, KY 

Brodhead, KY 

Falmouth, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Louisville, KY 



288 Associates/Mas-Rob 





LISA ANN ROSE 
LESLIE K. ROTH 
PAMELA RCJNION 
JEFF SALE 
LEE ANN SALISBURY 



MARJORIE SHIVEL 
RAUL SIERRA 
MARY ANNE SMITH 
LYNNE SMOCK 



Falmouth, KY 
Somerset, KY 

Whitley City, KY 
Springfield, OH 

South Shore, KY 



Brodhead, KY 

Panama City, Panama 

Carlisle, KY 

Parksville, KY 



DELLA LOUISE SPARKS 



LISA SPARKS 
KACHETA LYNN SPEARS 
GREG T STALLARD 
DANA STAMPER 
KIMBERLY STEPHENS 



LEANN STOVER 
SUSAN SUTTON 
BRENDA TINCHER 
CAROLYN TUDOR 
DEBORAH VILLADSEN 



CECILIA VOWELS 
TRACIE WATERS 
SUSAN R. WEBB 
PATTY WILLIAMS 
MONICA WILLS 



ROBERT DEE WILSON 
PATTY ZOLLA 



Blaine, KY 



Morrill, KY 

Bethelridge, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Stearns, KY 



Auxier, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Carlisle, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Bradfordsviile, KY 



Vinegrove, KY 

Whitley City, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Winchester, KY 



Radcliff, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Associates/ Rog-Zol 287 



MARK ABELING 


Erlanger, 


KY 


GINA L. ABELL 


Crestwood. 


KY 


CYNTHIA JANE ADAMS 


West Liberty, 


KY 


JAMES ROBERT ADAMS 


Lemoyne 


PA 


MARLENE E. ADAMS 


Crestwood, 


KY 


DEBRA K. ADDISON 


Bonneville, 


KY 


ROXANNE AHRMAN 


Peebles, 


OH 


LAURIE AINSWORTH 


Louisville, 


KY 


IBRAHIM M. ALJASSER Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 


MARTIN ALLEN 


Printer, 


KY 


RICHARD ALLEN 


Richmond, 


KY 


GREGORY ALLENDER 


independence, 


KY 


MARY SUE ALSIP 


Mt. Vernon, 


KY 


STEVE AMBURGEY 


Means, 


KY 


RODNEY ANDERSON 


Louisville, 


KY 


DAVID ANDREW R 


jssell Springs, 


KY 


KAREN APPLEGATE Arlington Height; 


, IL 


TONYA ARNETT 


Salyersville, 


KY 


DAVID ARNOLD 


Lexington, 


KY 


KAREN ARNOLD 


Louisville, 


KY 


SHERRI ARNOLD 


London, 


KY 


MICHAEL A. ASHER 


Winchester, 


KY 


GARY AVERS 


Richmond, 


KY 


KAREN AYRES 


Manchester, 


OH 


JOHN K. BACK 


Dayton, 


OH 


TAMALA BAHM 


Louisville, 


KY 


CASEY BAIN 


Berea, 


KY 


GENEVA BAKER 


Cutshin, 


KY 


MARK BAKER 


Carlisle, 


KY 


TANYA BAKER 


Hamilton, 


OH 


VERNA BAKER 


Burdine, 


KY 


LARRY BALLARD 


Ravenna, 


KY 


FLORENCE E. BARCLAY 


Richmond, 


KY 


CHERYL BARFIELD 


Louisville, 


KY 


CANNA JO BARGO 


Gray, 


KY 


KATHY BARCO 


Gray, 


KY 


ANNE BARKER 


Winchester, 


KY 


KAREN BARKER 


Louisville, 


KY 


CHAS BARKIE 


Park Hills, 


KY 


M. ELLEN BARLOW 


Owensboro, 


KY 


LINDA BARROW 


Louisville, 


KY 


KIMBERLY K. BASTON 


Dry Ridge, 


KY 


JAMIE BEADLES 


Springfield, 


OH 


DAPHNE BEAR 


Johnstown 


PA 


SCOTT BEAUCHAMP Winston Salem, 


NC 


SHARON BECKER 


Goshen, 


OH 


MARY ALICE BENCH 


Monticello, 


KY 


MIKE BENNETT 


Villa Hills, 


KY 


ROBERT D. BENTLEY 


South Shore, 


KY 


MICHELE E. BERGER 


Louisville, 


KY 


DEBBIE BISHOP 


Foster, 


KY 


LINDA D. BISHOP 


Richmond 


KY 


MARTY BISHOP 


Louisville 


KY 


WILLIAM C. BISHOP 


Louisville 


KY 


JAMES KENT BLACKBURN Phyllis 


KY 


MICHAEL BLACKERBY 


Springfield 


KY 


CARLA D. BLANKENSHIP 


Batavia, 


OH 


TAMARA BLAG 


Walton, 


KY 


ANNE BLAYNEY 


Louisville, 


KY 


DELLA BLEVINS 


Grayson, 


KY 


JANE BLEVINS 


Ashland, 


KY 


RHONDA BLEVINS 


Springfield, 


OH 


PATRICIA BOAZ 


Buffalo. 


KY 


MICHAEL A. BOLCAS 


Versailles 


KY 


MICHAEL BOLTON 


Lancaster 


KY 


WILLIAM BOPP 


Lykens 


PA 


JENNIFER BORROR 


Corbin 


KY 


KIMBERLY BOTKINS 


Georgetown 


KY 


LYNN BOUCHARD 


Louisville 


KY 


BETSY BOWLES 


Lagrange 


KY 




288 Juniors/ Abe-Bow 





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TED A. BOYD 


Russell 


KY 


CINDY BRADSHAW 


Lucasville. 


OH 


BELVA BRANDENBURG 


Beattyville 


KY 


CONNIE BRANDENBURG 


Beattyville 


KY 


MARY BRANHAM 


Winchester 


KY 


JOHN KENNETH BRAY 


Berea 


KY 


LUCY BREWER 


Louisville 


KY 


SUE BR1ZENDINE 


Richmond 


KY 


RHONDA CAROL BROCK 


Pineville 


KY 


SANDY BROCKWELL 


Hopkinsville 


KY 


LINAY BRODBECK 


Kettering. 


OH 


MARY BRODBECK 


Springfield, 


OH 


GARY BROOKS 


Paris 


KY 


GLENDA BROOKS 


London 


KY 


ANNE MARIE BROTZGE 


Jeffersontown KY 


DON BROUGHTON 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


BOBBY L. BROWN 


Monticello 


KY 


BRENDA BROWN 


Louisville 


KY 


DEBRA BROWN 


Nichlasville 


KY 


JENNIFER BROWN 


London 


KY 


LINDA BROWN 


Sitka, 


KY 


PATRICIA BROWN 


Ft. Thomas 


KY 


REBECCA M. BROWN 


Lexington, 


KY 


STEPHEN B. BROWN 


Louisville 


KY 


THOMAS BROWN 


Englewood. 


OH 


WALTER BROWN 


Williamsburg 


KY 


LAURA BRUCE 


Corbin 


KY 


JAYNE BRUEGGEN 


Dayton 


KY 


DONNIE J. BRUMMETT 


Crab Orchard, 


KY 


SUSAN BRUNE 


Brighton 


Ml 


ELIZABETH BRYANT 


Eminence, 


KY 


LESLIE BUIRLEY 


Dayton, 


OH 


KATHERINE BULLOCK 


Brodhead, 


KY 


KIMBERLY A. BULLOCK 


Brodhead, 


KY 


W1LMA BUNCH 


Paducah, 


KY 


JOHNDA B. BURCHETTE 


Gulnare, 


KY 


DONNA C. BURNETT 


Radcliff, 


KY 


JILL BURRIS 


Radcliff, 


KY 


JACK BURTON 


Mt. Sterling. 


KY 


REGINA BURTON 


Florence, 


KY 


JAE BUTCHER 


Ashland, 


KY 


RENAE BUTCHER 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


GINA CABRERO 


Richmond, 


KY 


BETHANY CAHILL 


Petersburg, 


KY 


ANGIE CAIN 


Big Creek, 


KY 


VANESSA L. CALHOUN 


Corbin, 


KY 


GAY LYNN CALKIN 


Louisville. 


KY 


SUSAN CARMACK East Burnstadt, 


KY 


CATHERINE CARMOS1NO 


Springfield. 


OH 



TERESA CARPENTER Berea, KY 

ARCH CARRICO Louisville, KY 

KAREN ANN CARROLL Red Bank, NJ 
GARY W. CARTER Junction City, KY 

SAM CARTER Pikeville, KY 

KEITH CASE Louisville, KY 

TRULENA CASE Irvine. KY 



DAVID CASEY 


Waddy 


KY 


KEVIN CASEY 


Louisville 


KY 


JILL CASSELL 


Louisville. 


KY 


TINA MARIE CERRA 


Charleston, 


WV 


PATTY CHADWELL 


Lexington. 


KY 


GEORGE CHANEY 


Beattyville, 


KY 


BEN JASON CHILDERS 


Campton, 


KY 


KELLY CHILDRESS 


Versailles, 


KY 


DEBBIE CHILDS 


Frankfort, 


KY 


JOYCE CHRISTMAN 


Centerville. 


OH 


CONNIE CLARK 


Dayton, 


KY 


KATHRYN ANN CLARK 


Owensboro, 


KY 


TARA CLARK 


Shelbyvilie, 


KY 


THOMAS CLARK 


Monticello, 


KY 


Juniors/ Boy 


Cla 289 





WILLIAM JOE CLARK 
SANDRA CLAWSON 
KATHY CLAYTON 
CHERYL CLEMENTS 
ED CLEMMONS 
TRACEY CLESTER 
ROBYN CLIFTON 



DIANE CLINE 
TINA MARIE COBB 
STEVE COFFMAN 
KATRINA LYNN COLE 
JEFF COLEMAN 
NANCY COLEMAN 
RUSSELL D. COLWELL 



ANTHONY COMBS 
MICHAEL COOMES 
ALICE COOPER 
NOEL S. COOPER 
BUTCH CORNETT 
CAROL CORNETT 
RANDY C. CORNETT 



VENITA CORNETT 
LORI CORNFIELD 
MELINDA L. COULTER 
CLARISSA COWAN 
WANDA CRAIG 
JULIE CRAVEN 
ANDREA CRIDER 



Lebanon, KY 
Rockholds, KY 
Cynthiana, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Hebron, KY 



Morganfield, KY 

Cold Springs, KY 

Newport, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Louisville. KY 

London, KY 



London, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Hazard, KY 

Daisy, KY 

Jenkins, KY 



Jeff, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Cynthiana, KY 
London, KY 
Corbin, KY 
Covington. KY 
Louisville, KY 



VONDA LEEANN CROUCHER 

GORDON CROWLEY 

MARK CRUEY 

AUDRIE CULLEY 

J. PAUL CURRY 

CARLA BREEDING DALE 

JOHN T. DALTON 



Berea, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Erlanger, KY 

Belpre, OH 

Covington, KY 

Rineyville, KY 

Monticello. KY 



TERESA DANIEL 
ELLEN DAUGHERTY 
ANTHONY DAVIDSON 
JEFFREY W. DAVIS 
PETER DAVY 
SAMUEL M. DEACON 
MELINDA DEAN 



Frankfort, KY 

East Bernstadt. KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Bethel, OH 



JOHN DECK, JR. 
ANDREA DECKER 
JEFFERY F DECKER 
DANIEL R. DELLER 
NANCY DIANE DEVER 
DESIREE DEVROOMEN 
RICHARD DEZARN 



TERRI DIMOND 
DEBBIE DISHMAN 
KIM DOBBLING 
DEDE DOLLAR 
BRIDGET L. DUNAWAY 
GARY DUNCAN 
MISCHA DUNNINGTON 



Richmond, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Crab Orchard, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Williamstown, KY 

Manchester, KY 



Columbus, OH 

Monticello, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Hopkinsville, KY 

London, KY 

Waddy, KY 

Monticello, KY 



A. THOMAS EDINGTON Medway, KY 
MARGARET MARIE ELDER Louisville. KY 

TERESA ELLIOTT Stanford, KY 

HOLLY ELLISON Wilmington, OH 

KEELEY J. EMBREY Rineyville, KY 

JULIE ERNST Beavercreek. OH 

MICHAEL ERNST Louisville, KY 



PAM ESTEP 
TAREN ESTES 
PATTI ETHERINGTON 
KAREN EVANS 
K1MBERLY D. EVANS 
LISA K. EVANS 
MARY A. EVANS 



West Portsmouth, OH 

Paris. KY 

Versailles, KY 

Corbin. KY 

Miamisburg, OH 

Verona, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 



290 Juniors/ClaEva 





MONICA EYCKMANS 
CHERYL FANNIN 
KAREN FARMER 
SCOTT FAWBUSH 
MONICA FELTNER 
BARB FENNELL 



GARY A. FERGUSON 



Lexington, KY 

Wheelersburg, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

St. Cloud. FL 

London. KY 

Cambridge. Ontario. CA 



Pineviile. KY 



ROBIN A. FETZER Louisville, KY 

LISA FINNELL Lexington. KY 

ANTHONY J. FISCHER Southgate, KY 

SHERILYN FIVEASH Toronto, Ontario. CA 
RON FLANNERY Booneville. KY 

BRADFORD L. FLEMING Ashland, KY 

RICHARD F FLEMING Thousand Oaks, CA 



WINSTON FLEO 
MICHAEL D. FLOWERS 
TRACYE FLOYD 
MELODY FLYNN 
LINDA M. FOREMAN 
CONNIE FOOSHEE 
LISA E. FOX 



SUSAN FOX 
KEENAN FOY 
DONNA FRAZER 
JOANIE FREDRICK 
BRAD FRUTH 
BRIAN FRUTH 
TRACYE FRUTH 



Bristol, VA 

Middlesboro, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Vine Grove, KY 

Turners Station, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Louisville. KY 
Poca. WV 
Louisville, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Richmond. KY 
Richmond, KY 



BETSY FRYMIRE Madisonville. KY 

MARY KRAFT FULMORE Crestwood, KY 
CATHY GAIER Huber Heights, OH 

DONNA K. GAINES Versailles, KY 

SCOTT THOMAS GALLOWAY Cincinnati, OH 
SHERRI GAMBRELL Corbin, KY 

REBECCA L. GARDNER Galena. OH 



RICHARD D. GARLAND 
GREG GARNER 
JANE GARRETT 
MELISSA ANN GAW 
TERESA GAY 
TYRA GAYLORD 
CHERYL GEHRINGER 



BETTY GEOGHEGAN 
RACHEL GEORGE 
SCOTT GIAMBATTISTA 
BRIAN GIBBS 
MARIAN GIBSON 
MICHAEL W GILKEY 
JOHN ALAN GILL 



MISSY GILL 
KEVIN C. GILLESPIE 
DAWN GLENKLER 
KAREN A. GOHMANN 
HENRY GOINS 
LISA GOODIN 
SUSAN GORRELL 



SANDRA L. GRAHAM 
KEITH B. GRAMAN 
DOUGLAS W GRANT 
WILLIE GRAY 
SANDRIL GREEN 
SHARON GREEN 
LARRY GREENWELL 



PAUL G. GREENWELL 
RANDY GREVES 
MARY GRIDER 
SHEILA A. GRIDER 
HARRY W GRIFFITH 
JOHNNY GRIFFITH 
MARTHA GUESS 



Somerset, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Spencer, WV 

Middletown, OH 

Booneville, KY 

Nicholasville. KY 

Wilmington, Oh 



Cynthiana, KY 

Erie. PA 

West Sayville. NY 

South Shore, KY 

Lancaster, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Versailles, KY 



Somerset, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Hebron, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Anchorage, KY 

Austin, IN 

Prestonsburg, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Lexington. KY 

Louisville, KY 

Leatherwood, KY 

Hopkinsville, KY 

Bardstown, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Madison, IN 
Glasgow, KY 
Glasgow, KY 
Wooton, KY 
Wooton. KY 
Jamestown, OH 



Juniors/ Eyc-Gue 291 



DEBBIE GULLETT 
SCOTT D. GUNNIGLE 
CHRISTY GUTTRIDGE 
ANGIE HACKEL 
FREDA HAGAN 
TERESA HAGAN 
JILL HALCOMB 



KAY HALE 

ROBERT HAMILTON II 
SHELIA HAMILTON 
DAVID HAMMONDS 
MARCIA HANEY 
PATRICIA M. HANLEY 
MARY HANNAN 



Harrodsburg, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Richwood, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Whitesville, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Albany, KY 



Blue River, KY 

Vine Grove, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Stanford. KY 

Bedford, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Berea, KY 



DEBBIE L. HARLOW Cynthiana, KY 

CONNIE SUE HARRIS Yeaddiss, KY 

REBECCA LYNN HARRISON Irvine, KY 

CHERYL HARROD Ft. Thomas, KY 

LISA M. HARROP Brandenburg, KY 

WILLIAM R. HART Middleboro, KY 

KIRSTEN HASBROUCK Lexington, KY 



MARY HASSFURDER 
JULI HASTINGS 
CHARLES W HATFIELD 
TERESA HAWKINS 
GINA HAWKS 
WILLIAM HAY 
MARYLEIGH HAYDEN 



MARYLEIGH HAYDEN 
MICHAEL B. HAYES 
HOLLIS N. HEBERLE 
EDWARD HEEG 
MICHELE HELLMANN 
JENNY HELTON 
VICKI HEMBREE 



ROBIN HENDRICKSON 
MARTY HENSLEY 
KAREN HERALD 
JOSE L. HERNANDEZ 
SHARI L. HERRIN 
WILLIAM J. HETZER 
MELISSA ELLEN HICKS 



ROBBIN HIGGINS 
SHARON HIGHFILL 
DANIEL R. HILL 
MELANIE HILL 
THERESA HILLERICH 
CHERI ANN HINCHMAN 
ROBERT HOAGLAND II 



ANDREW HOEKZEMA 
ELAINE HOKE 
CARRIE HOLBROOK 
VICTORIA HOLBROOK 
JULIA L. HOLLIS 
TERRY HONCHELL 
MICHAEL W. HOPKINS 



DAVID J. HORTON 
JANE HOWARD 
KENT D. HOWELL 
TINA JILL HUBBARD 
CINDY HUBER 
KATHY HUBER 
BOB HUEPEL 



BEVERLY ANNE HUFF 
ANN HUGHES 
JAMES HUME 
KIM HUMPHREY 
GROGORY HUNTER 
TAMI HURT 
PATRICIA HUTCHINS 



Madison, IN 
Owensboro, KY 
Forest Hills, KY 
Shelbyville, KY 
Harlan, KY 
Monticello, KY 
Middletown, KY 



Middletown. KY 
Lexington, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Fort Thomas, KY 
Edgewood, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Ingram, KY 



Pineville, KY 

Williamsburg, KY 

Newport, KY 

Naples, FL 

Cincinnati, OH 

Indianapolis, IN 

Augusta, KY 



Falmouth, KY 

Jeffersontown, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Allen, KY 

Frankfort, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Dublin, OH 

Jackson, KY 

Ft. Huachuca, AZ 

Cincinnati, OH 

London, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Ft. Wright, KY 

West Harrison, IN 

.Covington, KY 



Vanlear, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Lancaster, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Albany, KY 

Lancaster, KY 

Radcliffe. KY 




292 Juniors/GulHut 




LISA HYMAN 
THERESA L. IKER 
KELLY IRWIN 
JENNIFER M. ISAACS 
JIM 1SAMAN 
JULIE IVES 
ABBIGAIL JACKSON 



DIANA L. JACKSON 
CABOT L. JAHNIGEN 
AHMED JAMA 
JULIE JEHN 
TAMMY JENKINS 
SCOTT JENNINGS 
WINFRED JENNINGS 



Louisville. KY 

Reading, OH 

Indianapolis. IN 

London. KY 

Lexington, KY 

Prospect. KY 

Artemus. KY 



Artemus. KY 

Cynthiana, KY 

Mogdishu, Somilia 

Covington, KY 

Norton, VA 

Louisville. KY 

Harlan. KY 



ELIZABETH JOHNSON 
JANET GAIL JOHNSON 
RICHARD H. JOHNSON 
TERRI JOHNSON 
GARNET M. JONES 
ROBERT A. JONES 
DEBBIE KAMMERER 



CARL J. KAPPES 
ELIZABETH KASPER 
KAREN KATTER 
BLAINE KELLEY 
JOHN W. C. KENNEDY 
JUDY KERSTING 



Frankfort, KY 

Richmond. KY 

Ft. Myers, FL 

Richmond, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Veavercreek, OH 



Fort Thomas, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Wilmington, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Sonora, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



KELLEY ANN KETTERING Frankfort, KY 



DANIEL W KEYSER 
RACHAEL KEYSER 
BETH KIMBROUGH 
CHERYL L. KLATT 
DANA KNIGHTON 
THOMAS A. KRAESIG 
LINDA KUEHN 



LEWIS KUHL 
LISA LAKE 
STEVEN LALONDE 
MIKE LAMB 
MELISSA LAMBORN 
JOSEPH M. LASSLO 
JONI LAT1FF 



LORI LAUGHNER 
LORETTA LAWSON 
VICKIE LAWSON 
ALLAN R. LEACH 
SARAH L. LEAKE 
CINDY KAYE LEAR 
GAYLE LEAR 



PAULA LEE 
MARY JO LEEDY 
ANDI LEESON 
LAURA L. LEMASTER 
PAULA LEPPO 
RON B. LiEBERMANN 
BECKY LITTLETON 



Belmont. OH 

Richmond, KY 

Shelbyvilie, KY 

Southgate, KY 

McKee, KY 

Pearl City, HI 

Sabina, OH 



Louisville, KY 

Berea, KY 

Lexington. KY 

Paint Lick, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Hazard, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 



Russell. KY 

Norton, VA 

Williamsburg, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Raywick, KY 

Mt. Vernon. KY 

Crab Orchard, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Westchester, OH 

Centerville, OH 

Fairborne, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Grayson, KY 



MARK CARTER LIVINGOOD Dry Ridge, KY 



RUTHIE LOCKARD 
RONNIE LOGUE II 
KEVIN LOTHRIDGE 
DEBBIE L. LUCAS 
DALE LUDWICK 
ELIZABETH LUXON 



KATHERINE D. LYNCH 
MICHAEL LYNN 
KATHY LYONS 
MELISSA MACKE 
DONNA MADDEN 
PENNY ANN MAHAN 
SCOTT MANDL 



Constantine, KY 

Danville, KY 

Aurora, IN 

Melvindale, Ml 

Dayton, OH 

Richmond, KY 



Elizabethtown, KY 
Turners Station, KY 
Ashland, KY 
Covington, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Lexington, KY 



Juniors/ Hym-Man 293 



BELINDA MANESS 
KAREN MANGUS 
LYNN MANGOS 
CHRISTINE MARTIN 
GENTRY MARTIN 
PAUL J. MARTIN 
SUDIE MARTIN 



CAROLYN M. MASON 
DAVID A. MASTERS 
G. DONALD MATTINGLY 
SHEILA MATTINGLY 
PAUL J. MAZUREK 
ANNE McAULIFFE 
RENEE McCOWAN 



MARCIA McGEE 
VIRA McGEORGE 

timothy sean mchale 
dan Mclaughlin 

KATHY McNEIL 
CLAUDE McNEW 
TAMELA MEADE 



Phelps, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Bath, NY 

Danville, KY 

Bath, NY 

Richmond, KY 



Milford, OH 

Erlanger, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Springfield, KY 

Northvale, NJ 

Cincinnati, OH 

London, KY 



London, KY 

Pineville, KY 

Waynesburg, KY 

Eminence, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Berea, KY 

Richmond, KY 



MISSY MEADOWS 

JEFF MEEK 

PAULA MEEK 

J. MEHOK 

GRETCHEN M. MERSCH Union, 

DARRELL MEUSCHKE North Canton, 



Middletown, 

Pikeville, 

Boones Camp, 

Danville, 



ELIZABETH MiCHALEK 



SHEILA MILES 
DEBBIE MILLER 
JONATHAN MILLER 
SUSAN MINGUS 
MONA MINTER 
ROB MIRACLE 
SHARON MIRACLE 



WILLIAM B. MITCHELL 
KAREN MITCHELL 
MARY MITCHELL 
JILL MOLDEN 
LEISHA MOODY 
KIMBERLY MORELAND 
DONNA MORRIS 



PAMELA K. MORRIS 
SHEILA LYNNE MORRIS 
PAULA MORTON 
STEVE MOULTON 
CHRIS MULLINS 
ROBIN MULLINS 
SHERRI MURRAY 



CRISTIE MUSS 
DAVE MUTH 
PAULA MUTHLER 
STEVE NAISER 
RHONDA NALLEY 
LARRY NASER 
JEANNIE NELSON 



OH 
KY 
KY 
KY 
KY 
OH 
Springville, NY 



Louisville, KY 

Florence, KY 

London, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Grayhawk, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Pikeville, KY 



Paris, KY 
Boiling Green, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Somerset, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Lexington, KY 

Busy, KY 



Busy, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Stanton, KY 
Columbus, OH 
Crestwood, KY 
Winchester, KY 
New Paris, OH 



West Point, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Philpot, KY 

Brandenburg, KY 

Glasgow, KY 



LINDA NEUMANN 
JACQUELINE NEWBERRY 
SANDY NEWKIRK 
LYNETTE K. NEWTON 
THOMAS P. NICHOLAS 
CALVIN NOEL 
KAREN NOEL 



Highland, IN 

Milford, OH 

Wilmington, OH 

Salem. WV 

Anchorage, KY 

Dry Ridge, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 



SCOTT NOLAND 
RACHAEL NORMAN 
WILLIAM OBRIEN 
KATHY ODANIEL 
RHONDA OEDER 
PAMELA J. OHARA 
ANNETTE OHLMANN 



Harrodsburg, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Meta, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Lebanon, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Brandenburg, KY 




294 Juniors/ ManOhl 




KAREN OLDE 

ZACHARY C. OLDHAM 

KEVIN OLIVA 

MICHAEL OSBORNE 

LISA PACE 

CHRISTOPHER Y. PAGEL Elizabethtown, KY 

PAULA PAINTER Alexandria, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Harlan, KY 

Corbin, KY 



SHARON KAY PARKS Hamilton, OH 

SHARON PARRETT Dabolt, KY 

JENNIFER PARR1GAN South Williamson, KY 
SHEILA ANNE PATRICK Hazard, KY 

JUDY PATTEN Junction City, KY 

JEFFREY L. PATTERSON Nancy, KY 

DAVID ONEIL PAULEY Laura, KY 



KELLY PAULL 
MARIA PAZARENTZOS 
BONNIE PEABODY 
TAMMY PEAVY 
DOUG PEDDICORD 
STEVE PEEGE 
DOUG PENCE 



DORIS E. PERKINS 
DOUGLAS D. PERKINS 
LORA PERKINS 
JOLENE PERRY 
DOUGLAS W. PETERS 
KIMBERLY PETERS 
GINA PETTIT 



Summer Shade, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Loretta, KY 

Covington, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Middletown, OH 



Butler, KY 
Monticello, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Bonneville, KY 
Falmouth, KY 



MARTI PFALZGRAF 
ELIZABETH PHELPS 
J. WILLIAM PHELPS, JR. 
JOHN K. PHILLIPS 
TRACY PHILLIPS 
STEVE PIGG 
SANDRA PITMAN 



DEBBIE POLLARD 
BETH POWELL 
LAURA T POWERS 
TAMYRA PRATER 
CHARLOTTE PREECE 
GARY L. PREECE 
MATT PRESSLER 



BILLYE PRESTON 
JILLANN PRIVITERA 
ANTHONY R. PUCKETT 
SHERRY PUCKETT 
CATHY QUEEN 
GRACE RAINWATER 
KIMBERLY RAPSON 



ALTON RATCLIFFE 
SUZANNE R. REDER 
JAYNE REED 
JOEY L. REFETT 
THERESA RENN 
GWENN REOME 
JOHNNY RESTREPO 



LEE REYNOLDS 
RACHEL I. RHUDE 
BRENDA J. RICE 
DIANE RICE 
IVAN KEITH RICE 
LISA RICHARDSON 
DAN RIDDER 



Prospect. KY 

Somerset, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Irvine, KY 



Burlington, KY 
Somerset, KY 
Middlesboro, KY 
Langley, KY 
Paintsville, KY 
Paintsville, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 



Richmond, KY 
Boca Raton, FL 
Winchester, KY 
Winchester, KY 
Ashland, KY 
Monticello, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Nashville, TN 

Martinez, CA 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 
Dearborne, Ml 
Lexington, KY 



Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Blanchester, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Paris, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Bellevue, KY 



DAVID A. RIDDLE 
TRINA ANNETTE RIDER 
SARAH ROAN 
PHIL ROBERTS 
DARRELL A. ROBERTSON 
SUSAN ROBERTSON 
BOB ROBINSON 



Pikeville, KY 

Dry Ridge, KY 

Pineville. KY 

Lexington, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Waddy, KY 

Larks Lane, KY 



Juniors/Old-Rob 295 



CARLENE ROBINSON 
ELIZABETH ROBINSON 
PAM ROBINSON 
ROB ROBINSON 
ELIZABETH ROGERS 
JOHN C. ROGERS 
BRONICA ROSENBACJM 



Webster, KY 

Lockland, OH 

Irvington, KY 

Bellevue. KY 

La Grange, KY 

Glasgow, KY 

Louisville, KY 



TAMMY ROSER Carlisle, KY 

LISA ROLLMAN Aurora, IN 
MARY CONDON RUSSELL Louisville, KY 

KEVIN SAGE Campbellsburg, KY 

JILL SANDER Louisville, KY 

DANNY SANDERS Georgetown, KY 

LONNY SATTERLY Lawrenceburg, KY 



RONDA SATTERLY 
MARGARET SAVAGE 
DIANE SAYLOR 
JULIE SCEARCE 
CHARLES SCHAD 
SUSAN SCHEHR 
MARTIN D. SCHICKEL 



KAREN SCHMIDT 
BARBARA SCHMITZ 
MELINDA SCHNITZLER 
PATSY SCHNITZLER 
SANDY SCHOONOVER 
DONALD T. SCHRODER 
LAURIE SCHROETER 



JEFF SCHULTZ 
CLIFTINA SCOTT 
GWEN SCOTT 
SHANNON SCOTT 
STACY SCURLOCK 
DEAN SECHREST 
CONSTANCE SEMLER 



Grayson, KY 
Albany, KY 
Seymour, CT 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Cincinnati. OH 
Loveland, OH 



Erlanger, KY 

Park Hills, KY 

Waynesburg, KY 

Waynesburg, KY 

Mason, OH 

Lawrenceburg, IN 

Shelbyville, KY 



Alexandria, KY 

Mays Lick, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Horse Cave, KY 

Ashland, OH 

Louisville, KY 

St. Louis, MO 



DIANE MICHELLE SENG 
DALE E. SEXTON 
JACQUELINE SEXTON 
GLENN SHEILDS 
PAULA SHIRLEY 
PATRICIA SHORT 



FRED SIEBERT 



DON SIMPSON 
TONYA SIMPSON 
JEFF SIZEMORE 
MELISSA SIZEMORE 
SUSAN SKEES 
BILL SKELTON 
CINDY SLOAN 



KATHY ANN SLONE 
ANGELA SMITH 
CHRISTOPHER SMITH 
DANNY SMITH 
DONNA SMITH 
JENNIFER SMITH 
KEITH SMITH 



LAURA LYNNE SMITH 
LINDA SMITH 
PHYLLIS SMITH 
RENEE SMITH 
KAREN SMOCK 
SHARON SORENSEN 
LESLIE ANN SOUDER 



Louisville, KY 
Ashland, KY 
Monticello, KY 
Shelbyville, KY 
Harrodsburg, KY 
Muldraugh. KY 
Chicago Heights, IL 



Richmond, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Covington, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Ellzabethtown, KY 

Villa Hills, KY 

Monticello, KY 



Ashland, KY 

Freeburn, KY 

Pitman, NJ 

Littleton, CO 

Cincinnati, OH 

Monroe, OH 

Radcliff, KY 



Dayton, KY 
Greensburg, KY 
Harlan, KY 
Winchester, KY 
Bryantsville, KY 
Centerville, OH 
Florence, KY 



JOHN SPALDING Springfield, KY 

JACQUELINE SPENCER Oakwood, IL 

JOHN A. SPENCER Pikeville, KY 

JOYCE A. SPENCER Mt. Sterling, KY 
THERESA GAYLE SPENCER Eastview, KY 

JEFFREY T SPRAGUE Bellevue, KY 

MARGARET STAMPER Beattyville, KY 



296 Juniors/Rob Sta 





RANDY STANALAND 
MARY JANE STANDER 
STUART STANSBURY 
CYNTHIA STEARMAN 
LYNDA MARIE STEELY 
LEE ANNE STEER 
SANDRA STEILBERG 



Huddy. KY 

Ludlow, KY 

London. KY 

Summersville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Louisville, KY 



EVELYN STEVENS Valley Station, KY 

ROBERT T. STEVENS. JR. Aberdeen. OH 
JOY C. STEWART Hamilton, OH 

REVA J. STEWART Ashland, KY 

RHONDA STICKLEY Arcanum, OH 

BEATRICE STIGALL Somerset, KY 



MICHELLE STIRNEMANN 



Cleves, OH 



CHARLES M. STIVERS Manchester, KY 

MARCIA STONE West Carrollton, OH 



RITA DEVONE STONE 
MARILYN STRUNK 
TAMMY LYNN STRUNK 
ANTHONY L. STURGILL 
BILL SULLIVAN 



Bloomfield. KY 

Tapeville, KY 

Pine Knot, KY 

Frankfort. KY 

Corbin, KY 



JOH SUTKAMP Bellevue. KY 
MARY ANNETTE TACKETTHarrodsburg. KY 

SHERRIE TACKETT Inez, KY 

RENEE TATE Louisville, KY 

TONYA TATE Louisville, KY 

LISA A. TATUM Louisville, KY 

DONALD J. TAYLOR Prospect, KY 



KEVIN P. TAYLOR 
MARILYN H. TAYLOR 
JANET LEA THOMAS 
NANCY THOMAS 
CONNIE THOMPSON 
TRACY THOMPSON 
JOHN MARK TOBY 



NINA TOLER 
REBECCA TOLLE 
PATTI C. TOWERY 
STEVE TRAMMEL 
JEFFREY TREADWAY 
JIM TROUSDALE 
LAURA TROUTMAN 



London. KY 
Flemingsburg, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville. KY 
Rshberville, KY 
Somerset, KY 
Somerset, KY 



Russell, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Ludlow, KY 

Ft. Worth, TX 

Louisville, KY 

Shepherdsville, KY 



TERRY L. TROUTT 
GARY TRUE 
DOUG TRUSTY 
SHEILA TUCKER 
THOMAS PAUL TUCKER 
KEVIN TURNER 
MARK S. TURNER 



PERRY TUSSEY 
THOMAS TYE 
JOHN UNDERWOOD 
MELANIE VANDERPOOL 
LISLIE VANOVER 
DEBBIE VINCENT 
LINDA VITTITOW 



WILLIAM N. VOCKERY 
JEROME VONDERHAAR 
SUSAN LYNN WADE 
VALERIE WADE 
JANET WALKER 
PENNY WALKER 
SARA HELEN WALKER 



DAVID A. WALTERS 
LEE ANN WALTERS 
DONNA WARD 
PAMELA WARD 
RANDY J. WARD 
BRUCE W. WATSON 
BRAD WEAVER 



Knoxville, TN 

Liberty, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Frazier, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Danville, KY 



Lancaster, KY 

Naples. FL 

Frankfort, KY 

Jeffersonville, IN 

Closplint, KY 

Ivel, KY 

Bardstown, KY 



Richmond, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Beattyville, KY 
Leitchfield, KY 

Louisville, KY 
Taylorsville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



London. KY 
Nancy, KY 
Beauty, KY 
Harlan, KY 
Offutt, KY 
Irvine. KY 
Versailles, KY 



Juniors/Sta-Wea 297 



KATHY WEBB 
LYNN DEE WEBER 
KENNETH G. WEBSTER 
SANDRA WEBSTER 
MADONNA WEDDLE 
RHONDA LYNN WEDDLE 
MARY WEIGEL 



Oneida, KY 

Dublin, OH 

Frankfort. KY 

Mt. Sterling. KY 

Pineville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Somerset, KY 



MOLLY WEIGEL Somerset, KY 

DAVID ALAN WEISS Augusta, KY 

GLORIA WEST Carrollton, KY 
JENNIFER WESTERMAN Shepherdsville, KY 

TAMARA K. WHILES Stanford, KY 

DAVE WHITAKER Cincinnati, OH 

KAREN WHITAKER London, KY 



KEITH WHITAKER 
PHILIP WHITE 
STEVE WHITE 
DAVID WHITSON 
SHERI L. WHITSON 
BOB E. WHITT 
DEBBIE WHITT 



DANA WICKER 
PAUL WICKER 
CHARLOTTE WIDENER 
HELEN WIGGER 
LONNIE WILDER 
LISA WILHAM 
JOHN D. WILKERSON 



Elizabethtown. KY 

Louisville, KY 

Ft. Campbell. KY 

Jeffersontown, KY 

Jeffersontown, KY 

Paintsville, KY 

Ashland, KY 



Mousie, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Donnelsville, OH 

Cubbage, KY 

Covington, KY 

Sardinia, OH 



TRACY A. WILL Louisville, KY 

ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Dawson Springs, KY 
ELLA WILLIAMS Mays Lick, KY 

GARY EDWARD WILLIAMS Columbia, KY 
MARY ELIZABETH WILLIAMS London, KY 
ANN S. WILLIAMSON Jackson, KY 

CHARLES B. WILLIAMSON Louisville, KY 



DONNA M. WILLIS 
SANDY WILLIS 
BEVERLY WILSON 
DEBORAH WILSON 
GREG WILSON 
LORI WILSON 
JAMES G. WIMSATT 



Corbin, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Union, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Lagrange, KY 

Louisville, KY 



MARY JO WIMSATT Louisville, KY 

CINDY WISE Richmond, KY 

YVONNE MARIE WISNICKY Hazard, KY 

ELIZABETH WITHERSPOON Harrodsburg, KY 

CONNIE WOLFE Burlington, KY 

SHERRI WOMER Erlanger, KY 

JENNIE WOOD Bellbrook, OH 



VICKI WOODARD 
VICKIE WOODRIDGE 
WALTER SCOTT WOOSLEY 
BENNIE WRIGHT 
KRISTA WYRICK 
PATTY YATES 
JACQUELINE YEARY 



Dayton, OH 

Stanford. KY 

Waco, KY 

Jenkins, KY 

New Paris, OH 

Bardstown, KY 

Aurora, IN 



GEORGE EDWARD YEASTE Harrodsburg, KY 
JEFF YORK Monticello. KY 

KAREN YORK Nicholasville, KY 

JANET YOUNG Radcliff, KY 

OWEN YOUNG Ashland, KY 

MARK ZWEIFEL Salvisa, KY 








29& Juniors/WebZwe 




ELAINE ABNEY 
JOHN L. ABNEY 
CHRISTINE ACUFF 
DARLENE ADAMS 
RANDY ADAMS 
RODNEY ADAMS 
AFFIONG AKPASO 



Calhoun, KY 

Irvine. KY 

Dayton, OH 

Woodbine, KY 

Middletown, OH 

Carrollton, KY 

Ikot Ekpene. NIGERIA 



WANDA ALBERTSON 
CARLA ALEXANDER 
CINDY ALLEN 
STACY ALLEN 
ROBIN ALLGEIER 
W. SCOTT ALTHAUSER 
JAMIE ANDERKIN 



LARRY ANDERSON 
TAMORA ANDERSON 
THERESA ANDERSON 
FRED ARBOGAST 
SUZANNE ARNOLD 
KRISTINE ARTZ 
VICKI ASHLEY 



JAMES O. ATWOOD, JR. 
TED AVERBECK 
DELANA BACK 
SAM BAILEY III 
ELISSA BAILEY 
MELISSA JO BAILEY 
TODD BAILEY 



ANGELA BAIRD 
ANDY BAKER 
CHRIS BAKER 
MARC1A BALLARD 
JERRILYN BARNETT 
CINDY BARNEY 
ANNE BAUCH 



JACQUELINE BEARDEN 
RANDY BEATY 
LISA M. BELL 
BETH BELLANCA 
LISA M. BELLUCCI 
BRYAN BEMISS 
LAURA BENNETT 



MICHAEL BERRYMAN 
JOHN BIDDLE 
PAIGE BISCHOFF 
CAROL BISHOP 
JOSEPH BISHOP 
DONNA BIVINS 
H. DAVID BLACKBURN 



KAREN BLACKBURN 
TODD BLEVINS 
JUDY BLOEMKER 
JULIE BOBROW 
LISA BOCOOK 
BASCIL BOGGS 
REX BOGGS 



TONJA BOLLINGER 
JULIA BOLTON 
JANET BOOTHE 
BRENDA BOUCHER 
MARY KAY BOWDY 
JOHN C. BOWER 
RENEE BRADENBURG 



MAUREEN S. BRADY 
CAMMY BRAET 
J. ERIC BRANDENBURG 
JAMES BRANDENBURG 
SUSAN BRANDENBURG 
ANNE BRAUN 
NANCY BRENNAN 



Albany, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Hodgenville, KY 

Albany, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Richmond, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 



Parris, KY 

Paris. KY 

Paris, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Mason, OH 

Ft. Wright, KY 

Columbus, OH 



Munfordville, KY 

Walton, KY 

Monticello, KY 

New Orleans, LA 

Louisville, KY 

Benham, KY 

Grand Island, NY 



Louisville, KY 

Mt. Sterling. KY 

Greenville, OH 

Winchester, KY 

Lewisport, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lagrange, KY 

Edward, KY 

Albany, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Springfield, OH 



Stanton, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Winchester, KY 
Taylor Mill. KY 
Lexington, KY 
Lexington, KY 



Southgate, KY 

Cumberland, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Whitesburg, KY 

Annville, KY 



Kettering, OH 

Dayton, OH 

Rineyville, KY 

Fremont, OH 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

South Shore, KY 

Irvine. KY 



Louisville, KY 
Winnetka, IL 
Richmond, KY 
Beattyville, KY 
Beattyville, KY 
Ft. Thomas, KY 
Clearwater. FL 



Sophomores/ Abn-Bre 299 



CHIP BRENNER Worthington, OH 

AMY BRENT Peweevalley. KY 

PAUL BREWER Cincinnati, OH 

BRADEN THOMAS BRIAN Louisville. KY 

K A BRINDLE Mexico DF 17 MEXICO 

CHRIS BRINLEY Corbin. KY 

JOYCE BRITT Louisville, KY 



DENA BROCK Calvin, KY 

SANDRA LEIGH BROCK Hulen, KY 

BRAD BROCKMAN Lebanon, KY 
DAVID DARNELL BROCKMAN McKee, KY 

GREGORY S. BROCKMAN Sand Gap, KY 

MARY BROOKS London, KY 

AMY LYNNETTE BROWN Louisville, KY 



DEBRA BROWN 
DONYA L. BROWN 
JOYCE BROWN 
ROBERT L. BROWN 
CHAZ BRUNSON 
MARTHA BRYANT 
SUZANNE BUCHANAN 



LORI JEAN BURCH 
M. DONNA BURCH 
RODNEY BURCH 
JEFF BURNETT 
DOYLE BURTON 
BRENT BUTLER 
DONNA G. BYBEE 



Henderson, KY 

Brodhead, KY 

Paris, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Danville, KY 

St. Louis, MO 



Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Millsboro, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Somerset, KY 
Independence, KY 
Monticello, KY 



FAITH CADY 
STEPHEN J. CAHILL 
DIANA CAIN 
GEORGE A. CALDWELL 
BETSY CAMBRON 
ANGELA CAMPBELL 
CHARLES A. CANADA 



ADRENA CANTRELL 
MARK CARMACK 
VICKIE CARPENTER 
LISA GAYE CARRENDER 
NORMA CARRICO 
DANNY CARROLL 
CARLENE CARTER 



Louisville, KY 
Springfield, OH 
Owensboro, KY 

New York, NY 

Bardstown, KY 

Portsmouth, OH 

Lexington, KY 



Elkhorn City. KY 

Wilmington, OH 

Owingsville, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Matewan, WV 

Grayson, KY 

Ashland, KY 



SALLY CASE 
NORMA CASEY 
LEAH CASTON 
CATHY CHEROL 
LISA C1SSELL 
BRIAN CLARK 
DAVID CLARK 



DEIDRE CLARK 
LISA CLARK 
LORI CLARK 
MELON1E CLARK 
MYRA CLARKSON 
DOUG CLENDENEN 
DAVID CLUTTS 



TAMARA COFFEY 
LACINDA COLE 
TAMMIE J. COMBS 
DERRICK CONNER 
JILL CONWAY 
SELENA COOK 
COHEN E. COPLEY 



Centerville. OH 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Williamson, WV 

Louisville, KY 

Loretto, KY 

Lima, OH 

Frankfort, KY 



Bardstown, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Leitchfield, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 
Evarts, KY 



Mt. Vernon. KY 

Lexington. KY 

Hazard, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Bethel, KY 

Forest Hills. KY 



DIANE CORBETT 
NANCY CORBETT 
ROBIN L COX 
SHARON COX 
TERRI COX 

KIMBERLY J. CRABTREE 
LISA CRADLER 



Louisville, KY 

Loretto. KY 

Corbin. KY 

Versailles, KY 

Covlngi'in, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Aurora, IN 




300 Sophomores/BreCra 




YVONNE CRAIG 


Danville, KY 


JUNE CRENSHAW 


New Castle, KY 


AMY S. CRIDER 


Loyall, KY 


BETH L. CRIDER 


Loyall, KY 


ECJLENE CROSS 


Cincinnati, KY 


PAM CROUCH Mt. Washington, KY 


KEM CRUMBIE 


Paris, KY 


TIM CRUMBIE 


Paris, KY 


DAVID A. CRUMP 


Winchester, KY 


CLARICE CUMMINS 


Lagrange, KY 


GAY DAILEY 


Edgewood, KY 


MARY DALTON 


Monticello, KY 


TRACY L. DALTON 


Jackson. KY 


DON DALY Highland Heights, KY 


KATHLEEN DARST 


Louisville, KY 


NANCY DAVIDSON 


Corbin, KY 


TRACY DAVIDSON 


Pendleton, KY 


DELPHIA DAVIS 


Louisville, KY 


JANE E. DAVIS 


Louisville, KY 


KERRY S. DAVIS 


Monticello. KY 


KIM DAVIS 


Park Hills, KY 


TERESA DAVIS 


Harrodsburg, KY 


DEE DEE DAY 


Paris, KY 


JOAN DAY 


East Burnstadt, KY 


JEFF DEAN 


Bellfontaine, OH 


PAUL J. DEBOOR 


Lexington, KY 


CHARLOTTE DEBROOMEr- 


Williamstown, KY 


RICHARD RUHLE DECK 


Richmond, KY 


DENNIS DEITZ 


Paint Lick. KY 


GUY DELIUS 


Louisville, KY 


NANCY DELUSE 


Westchester, OH 


GAIL DENNEY 


Louisville, KY 


DAVID DERRINGER 


Liberty, KY 


ELIZABETH DIMM 


Lexington, KY 


DAVE DIXON 


Independence, KY 


CATHY J. DORTON 


Winchester, KY 


SHERI LEE DOSTER 


Louisville. KY 


RANDY DOTSON 


Somerset, KY 


TAMERA DOTSON West Prestonsburg, KY 


JUDY ANN DOUGLAS 


Danville, KY 


JEFF DOWNEY 


Bethlehem, KY 


RAVEN DOWNEY 


Louisville, KY 


PATRICIA DOWNING 


Middletown, OH 


NANCY LEE DREIER 


Cincinnati, OH 


MONICA D. DRESSMAN 


Erlanger. KY 


ANGELA DUFF 


Booneville, KY 


MARK DUNAWAY 


Corbin, KY 


ANN DUNCAN 


Louisville. KY 


BOB DUNCAN 


Louisville, KY 


M. KRISTIN DUNCAN 


Milford, OH 


TIM DUNFORD 


Somerset, KY 


LINDA DUNN 


Burgin, KY 


DEBBIE DURACKA 


Laura, OH 


KELLEY DURHAM 


Louisville. KY 


JACKIE L. EDWARDS 


Berea, KY 


CHARLES EGERTON 


Bedford, KY 


CINDY EGLIAN 


Ft. Thomas, KY 


GINA ELLIOTT 


Stanford, KY 


LEVETA ELLIS 


Louisville, KY 


DOUG ELSWICK 


Elkhorn City, KY 


KIMBERLY ERSCHELL 


Ft. Thomas, KY 


VICKIE EWEN 


Bowen, KY 


DIANE FAULKNER 


Louisville. KY 


DIANE FEGER 


Louisville, KY 


CHERYL FESSLER 


Crestwood, KY 


GREGORY K. FIELDER 


Monroe, OH 


CHERYL A. FIELDS 


London, KY 


ELLEN FIGLESTAHLER 


Sciotoville, OH 


ROXANNE M. F1LYAW 


Rineyville, KY 


KIMBERLY FISTER 


Lexington, KY 



Sophomores/CraFis 301 



JUNE FOGT 
NAOMI K FONDA 
SCOTT FORD 
TREV FORD 
MELODYE FOREMAN 
KAREN FOUTS 
MARIANNE FRANKLIN 



BRAD FRAZIER 
RON FRENCH 
LISA FROST 
CINDY FRYMAN 
COLLEEN E. FULTZ 
SHERYLLYN GADD 
JAMES F GAMBREL 



Richmond, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

London, KY 

Taylorsville, KY 

Eminence, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 
Bellbrook, OH 
Louisville, KY 

Orange Park, FL 
Pineville, KY 



MARK GARBACK 
TRENT GASH 
JULIA GEARING 
SHELLY GEX 
MELISSA GILBERT 
TRACY L. GILBERT 
CHARLOTTE A. GILLESPIE 



Frankfort, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Wapakeneta, OH 

Florence, KY 

Lebannon, OH 

Harlan, KY 

Irwin, PA 



AMY GILREATH 
KATHRYN T. GLASS 
ANGELA GLATTHAAR 
LAURA GNEPPER 
NANCY GOCKEL 
JEANINE GOLDEY 
JAN GOOCH 



DORSEY H. GOOD, JR. 
JOAN GOODE 
TAMMY GOODWIN 
MARK C. GRABER 
TERRI GRACE 
KATHY GRAHAM 
MARY BETH GRAHAM 



Church Hill, TN 

Owensboro, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Freemont, OH 

Dayton, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Stanford, KY 



Owensboro, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Old Saybrook, CT 

Louisville, KY 

Albany, KY 

Louisville, KY 



RICK GRAHAM 
KEITH GRAMIG 
BELINDA GRAY 
MELINDA GRAY 
KAREN BETH GREASE 
GWENDOLYN GREEN 
STEPHANIE GREENHILL 



Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 
Speedway, IN 

Paintsville, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Hopkinsville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



MARLENE GREER 
BR1G1TTE Y. GRIFFIN 
JOHN D. GROSS 
SHERRI GRUBB 
LUCRETIA S. GUE 
RANDY GUFFEY 
KEVIN GUNTER 



MICHELLE GUSTIN 
LORI HAAKE 
MARY KAY HACK 
JENNIFER HADDIX 
ANITA HAGAN 
MICHAEL RAY HALL 
DENNIS W. HAMILTON 



JANE E. HAMILTON 
PHILLIP HAMILTON 
MELINDA HAMPTON 
ROBERT S. HAMPTON 
SUSIE HAMPTON 
MARK T. HANSFORD 
SHARON KAY HARDY 



PAUL HARLEY 
BRADLEY HARLOW 
KELLY HARMON 
TERRI JO HARMON 
KAREN HARRIS 
SANDY HARRIS 
LISA HARRISON 



Corbin, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Fort Wright, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Albany, KY 

Versailles, KY 



Mt. Clemens, Ml 

Taylor Mill, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Slemp, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Hamilton, OH 

Louisville. KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Barbourville, KY 

Liberty, KY 

Irvine, KY 



Harrodsburg, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Nicholasville. KY 

Elkton, KY 

Paris, KY 

Irvine. KY 




302 Sophomores/Fog-Har 




TOM HARTLAGE Louisville, KY 

MICHAEL STEVEN HAWLEY Paint Lick, KY 
JACQUELINE BROOKE HAY Monticello, KY 
CLAUDIA HAZLETT Louisville, KY 

SUSAN HEDGES Shelbyville, KY 

JAMIE HENDRICK Big Stone Gap, VA 

ELiSE HENDRICKSON Pewee Valley, KY 



LARRY C. HENRY 
ELIZABETH HENSLEY 
KELLY HENSLEY 
MARK HENTHORN 
DAVE HERKAMP 
LYNN HERTLEIN 
STEPHEN HERZOG 



Lexington, KY 

Paint Lick, KY 

Loyall, KY 

Crawfordsvitle, !N 

Louisville, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Radcliff, KY 



DEBORAH L. HESS Lexington, KY 

LINDA HETTINGER Louisville, KY 

BRENDA HICKMAN Bardstown, KY 

DIANNE E. HICKMAN Lebanon Junction, KY 
ELIZABETH ANN H1GHTOWER Louisville, KY 
CYNTHIA HILL Milton, KY 

JORDAN HINES Louisville, KY 



LU ANN HINTON 
HOWARD W. HINZE 
ANGELA HOBBS 
MARILYN HOFFMAN 
ANA HOGREFE 
DAIVD HOLCOMB South 
JAMES HOLLIDAY 



RICHARD HOLLINGSWORTH 
MARK HOLMES 
SUSAN LESLIE HORINE 
ESTILL LYNN HORTON 
THERESA HOSKINS 
GAYLE HOUZE 
MICHELLE HOWARD 



Louisville, KY 
Bellbrook, OH 

Taylorsville, KY 
Louisville, OH 
Sandusky, OH 

Portsmouth, KY 
Moores Hill, IN 



Nicholasville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Lagrange, KY 
Hyden, KY 
Woodbine, KY 
Louisville, KY 

New Haven, KY 



SANDY HOWARD 
JACQUELINE HOWELL 
RONALD HUBBARD 
JEFFERY HUEMER 
STEVE HUESING 
MELANIE HUGHES 
TERESA ANN HURLETT 



Nicholasville, KY 

Naples, FL 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Burlington, KY 

Pleasureville, KY 

Lancaster, KY 



SCOTT HURLEY 
ROSE MARIE 1BANEZ 
JOSEPH INGLE 
DIANNE INGRAM 
BELINDA K. ISAAC 
DEBBIE ISAAC 
ROBIN A. ISAACS 



REGINA ISOM 
SHARON ISREAL 
DIANA IVERS 
DAVID B. JACKSON 
JIM JACOBS 
RENE JEFFRIES 
LORI A. JENKINS 



Hamilton, OH 

Hazard, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Frankfort, KY 

Middletown, OH 

South Charleston, WV 

Richmond, KY 



Manchester, KY 

Tipp City, OH 

Fairfield, OH 

Corbin, KY 

Louisa, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



BARBARA JOHNSON 
ERNIE LAMONT JOHNSON 
JEFFREY HOLT JOHNSON 
JIMMY JOHNSON 
LINDA JOHNSON 
WENDELL JOHNSTON 
EDDIE JOHNSTON 



McKee, KY 

Danville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Paris, KY 

Williamson, WV 

Henderson, KY 

Russell, KY 



CHARLES K. JONES 
CYNTHIA K. JONES 
MARY JONES 
PAULA K. JONES 
ELV1N JOSEPH 
NOELLA JUSTICE 
TERRI L. KARTSHER 



Gray, KY 

Barbourville, KY 

Sharpsburg, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Wooton, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Springfield, OH 



Sophomores/ Har-Kar 303 



TROY KASHON 
ANNA KEELING 
LINDA KEHL 
CINDY KELSEY 
KENT KEPLINGER 
RICHARD S. KERBAUGH 
MELISSA KIDD 



CrawFordsville, IN 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Russell Springs, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Milford, OH 



ANGIE KILGALLIN 
TONI SUZETTE KINCAID 
STEPHEN CRAIG KINCER 
TIMOTHY KINCER 
LYNN KING 
MELANIE KING 
TERRI KING 



Catlettsburg, KY 

Beattyviile, KY 

Thornton, KY 

Elsmere, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Paris, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 



CHRIS KINMAN 
J. KAY KINMAN 
MARGO KINZER 
STEPHANIE D. KISKER 
TAMMY KISTNER 
MARY GENE KLEIN 
JOHN KLINE 



ANGELA KLOEKER 
DOCIA KNEZEVICH 
LISA KNIGHT 
WILMA JO KNOX 
NANCY KOOP 
CONNIE KRAMP 
ROBERT KRAMP 



Highland Hts., KY 

Louisville, KY 

Cincinnati, KY 

Ft. Thomas. KY 

Williamsburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Dalton, PA 



Independence, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Danville, KY 
Rogers, KY 
Erlanger, KY 
Danville, KY 
Danville, KY 



EDDIE KUHN Cincinnati, OH 

STACIE KUHN Tipp City, OH 

CHRIS KURTZ Louisville. KY 
SHARLENE W. LAFOLLETTE Richmond, KY 

DONNA JUNE LAIR London, KY 

GREGORY LAKES McKee. KY 

LINDA P. LANDRUM Cynthiana, KY 



CHIP LANTRIP 
DALE LANTRIP 
CHERYL LAPPIN 
TONYA LEE LASHLEY 
PAM LATHREM 
CHARLES M. LAWSON 
CHRISTY LAWSON 



Princeton, KY 

Princeton, KY 

Fairfield, OH 

Port Richey, FL 

Versailles, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Whitley City, KY 



Cynthiana, KY 
Flatwoods, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Albany, KY 
Lewisport, KY 
Covington, KY 

Lexington, KY 
Shelbyville, KY 
Georgetown, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Prestonsburg, KY 
DONNA KAY LITTLEFIELD Louisville, KY 
CHRISTI LOANE Harrodsburg, KY 



TERESA L. LAWSON 
THOMAS A. LEACH 
RENEE LEAGUE 
CHRISTY R. LEE 
JENNIFER LEE 
WANDA LEE 
MELANIE LEHMAN 



JEFF LEMSTER 
MARY GINA LENTINI 
BRENDA LEWIS 
DEBORAH LEWIS 
KATRINA LEWIS 



MARILYN J. LONDEREE 
G. TIMOTHY LONG 
JANET LONG 
MELONIE LONG 
SHERRI LONG 
MATTHEW LOONEY 



Charleston, WV 
Louisville, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Irvine, KY 
Lancaster, KY 
Louisville, KY 



CONNIE BOWLING LOUGHRAN London, KY 



DON LOWE 
TIMOTHY LOWE 
BECKY JO LUCAS 
BOBBY LUSBY 
STEVEN C. LUTTREt ! 
KELLY S. LYKINS 
AMY J. LYNCH 



Pikeville, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Eminence, KY 

Owenton. KY 

Bei, 3, KY 

West Chester, OH 

Charleston. WV 




304 Sophomores/Kas-Lyn 




KENNY MACK Louisville, KY 

CHARLES J. MAGGARD Clarksville. OH 

SHELLY R. MAHLERWEIN Blanchester, OH 

NANCY MALEY Elsmere. KY 

RICHARD L. MALLOW Dayton, OH 

BRENDA MANNING Bellevue. KY 

ALLEN MARCUM Corbin. KY 



ANITA LOUISE MARCUM 
DONNA MARCUM 
JOIEDENE MARCUM 
ED MARTIN 
JOHN M. MARTIN 
RANDY MARTIN 
SCOTT MATTINGLY 



Winchester, KY 
Lexington, KY 
London, KY 
Louisville. KY 
Oak Ridge, TN 
Lexington, KY 
Bardstown. KY 



LARRY D, MAYNARD 
MAUREEN McCABE 
HAL McCOIG 
MARK McCORD 
ROSEMARY McCOY 
TRIP McCRACKEN 
LEE McDEVITT 



Virgie. KY 

Dayton, OH 

Georgetown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Prestonburg, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 



sharon Mcdonald 

TRACEY M. McDONALD 
MARY McGILL 
KARLA McGLOTHIN 
DALE E. McGONIGLE 
COLLEEN McGRADY 
TARA S. McHALE 



Demossville, KY 

Owensboro. KY 

Lagrange. KY 

Mt. Sterling. KY 
Clay City, KY 
Tipp City. OH 

Waynesburg, KY 



DENNIS McHARGUE 

kelly Mcknight 
matt Mcknight 

CHARLES M. McNEAR. JR. 
IVY JOAN McNEW 
JENNIFER K. MEADE 
JHONDA MEADOWS 



London, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Erlanger, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Berea, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Greenup, KY 



BEN MEISENHEIMER 

MARGARET M. METZGER 

TIM MEYER 

SHERRY LYNN MIKLES 

JOHN PAUL MILES 

JEFF MILLER 

MARK MILLER 



BECKY MIRACLE 
SUSAN MIRACLE 
EVELYN MITCHELL 
KELLY MONTGOMERY 
MELVA MOORE 
LISA MORELAND 
KEITH MORGAN 



Richmond, KY 

Florence. KY 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

McCarr. KY 

Louisville, KY 

Finchville. KY 

Mt. Olivet, KY 



Pineville, KY 

Pineville. KY 

Paintsville, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Versaille, KY 



MITZI MORGAN 
DAWN MORRELL 
DANITA K. MORRIS 
LORI MOSELY 
AMY L. MOSLEY 
CARLOS MULLINS 
DAVID NANTZ 



London. KY 

Lawrenceburg. KY 

Cecilia, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Hyden, KY 

Hatfield, KY 

Corbin, KY 



PAMELA NEAL 
SANDRA RACHEL NEEF 
MARSHA NEGLEY 
SALEEM NEMER Saudi 
LEESA NEWBY 
ANTHONY S. NEWMAN 
KIM NEWPORT 



Stanton, KY 

Louisville. KY 

La Center, KY 

Arabia — QATIF 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Petersburg, VA 

Pineville. KY 



MICHAEL NICHOLSON 
HYMAN OAKS, JR. 
ARTHUR OBANNON, JR. 
MICHELLE M. O'BRYAN 
MAUREEN E. OGARA 
KATHY LYNN OLIVER 
SHIRLEY OLIVER 



London, KY 
Jeffersonvifle, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville. KY 
Louisville, KY 
Hamilton, OH 
Booneville, KY 



Sophomores/ Mac-Oli 305 



LISA OLSON 
LORI OSBOURN 
DAWN L. OSCHWALD 
REBECCA E. OSTRANDER 
KARLA DEANNE OSVATH 
MICHAEL OCJSLEY 
CHEQUITA OWEN 



Russell, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Versailles, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Xenia, OH 

Glasgow, KY 

Crofton, KY 



JAMI M. OWENS 
BRENDA PARKER 
JILL PARKER 
KEVIN KELLY PARSONS 
TINA PATSIAVOS 
GREG W PELSTER 
BECKY PENDERGEST 



Winchester. KY 

East Bernstadt, KY 

Batavia. OH 

Lebanon. OH 

Van Wert, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Smithfield, KY 



ANETTE S. PEQCJIGNOT Springfield, OH 

TODD E. PESAVENTO Richmond, KY 

LORI PETERS Westchester, OH 
RICKY PETERS East Barnstadt, KY 

STELLA PETERS London, KY 

AMY C. PETERSON Charleston. WV 

BARBARA KAY PHILLIPS Pine Knot, KY 



THERESA PIKE 


Bardstown, 


KY 


AUBREY RADELL PITTS 


Louisville, 


KY 


GREG PITTS 


Berea, 


KY 


TERESA PLACKE 


Somerset. 


KY 


WAYNE POINTER 


Louisville, 


KY 


GRACE POWELL 


Louisville, 


KY 


TROYE POWERS 


Louisville, 


KY 



ALISSA PRICE Crab Orchard, KY 

MAGGIE PRICE Pewee Valley, KY 
WILLIAM TIMOTHY PRICE Shepherdsville, KY 

CINDY PROCTOR Shelbyville, KY 

ROB PROCTOR Lima, OH 

LISA F PROP Cincinnati. OH 

CHRISTY PURCELL Lancaster, KY 



ROBERT QUARMMEN 
DENISE QUILLEN 
GARY QUILLEN 
JANET C. RADCL1FFE 
RAFFIGNONE, APRIL 
MIKE RAKESTRAW 
KAREN RALEY 



DEPP E. RASNER II 
KAREN RATCLIFF 
TERRI RATLIFF 
SHARI RAU 
JANE REES 
JULIE G. REES 
PAT REESE 



Lexington, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Flatwoods, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Dillsboro. IN 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Shepherdville, KY 
Burlington, KY 
Middletown, OH 
Paris, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Richmond, KY 



VERA MALONEY REFFETT Richmond. KY 



KAREN RHODES 
SHERRILL RHODES 
VIRGINIA B. RHODES 
PAMELA RICE 
SANDRA RICE 
JEFFREY RICHARDSON 



JILL RICHARDSON 
JAMMIE RISLEY 
STEPHANIE RISNER 
WILLIAM R1SON 
R BRUCE ROBBINS 
CHRISTINE ROBERTS 
DOROTHY ROBERTS 



MARY ANNA ROBERTS 
CHRIS ROBERTSON 
KEITH ROBINSON 
MICHELE ROGERS 
PAMELA ROSE 
SUSAN CLARK ROSE 
DANA ROTHACKER 



Louisville, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Catlettsburg, KY 

Ashland. KY 

Shelbyville, KY 



Jamestown, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Centerville, OH 

Ravenna, KY 

Stanford. KY 

Kings Park, NY 

Eminence. KY 



Maysville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Campbellsville. KY 

Irvine, KY 

Paris, KY 

Louisville, KY 




306 Sophomores/ Ols-Rot 




MICHELLE ROTUNNO 
MARY BETH ROSCHELL 
CONSTANCE A. RUSSELL 
JENNIE L. RUSSELL 
MARIO J. ROSSO 
TRACEY E. RUTLEDGE 
REGINA SALISBURY 



Saline, Ml 

Villa Hills, KY 

Prospect, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Lexington, KY 

South Shore, KY 



TERESA SAMMONS Lexington, KY 

MARSHA J. SANDUSKY Liberty, KY 
MELISSA SARAKATSANNISFt. Thomas, KY 

JOYCE SCHARDEIN Louisville, KY 

LAURA SCHARDEIN Lagrange, KY 

JILL SCHELLING Hillsboro, OH 

MICHAEL SCHLANSER Cincinnati, OH 



RONDA R. SCHMITZ 
PATSY SCHNITZLER 
DONNA SCHUERMAN 
CHIRS SCHULER 
LORRIE SCHWARTZ 
GREGORY L. SCOTT 
WILLIAM SEBASTIAN 



DONNA SHARP 
MARY JO SHAW 
TAMMY SHAW 
EDIE SHEPHERD 
PAUL SHEPHERD, JR. 
WILLIAM M. SHERRARD 
KIM SHOUSE 



Van Bureri, OH 

Waynesburg, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Ft. Wright, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Irvine, KY 



Versailles, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 

Xenia, OH 

Beckley, WV 

Slemp, KY 

Covington, KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 



MIKE SHOVER South Shore, KY 

RAY SHROUT Covington, KY 

MARY DENISE SICKLES Louisville, KY 

JANET L. SILVERS Somerset, KY 

CINDY SIMMONS Lexington, KY 

SANDRA D. SIMPSON Gravel Switch, KY 
KEVIN DOUGLAS SIZEMORE Richmond, KY 



MONA SIZEMORE 
KATHY SKIRVIN 
RITA SLAGLE 
ANNETTE SLATER 
ROSS SMALLWOOD 
ALICE SMITH 
CONSTANCE SMITH 



Paint Lick, KY 

Eminence, KY 

Monticello, KY 

South Williamson, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Hamilton, OH 



DONALD R. SMITH 
ERIC MILO SMITH 
FRANCES LAUNA SMITH 
FREDERICA D. SMITH 
JUDY SMITH 
LISA SMITH 
MICHELLE SMITH 



Richmond, KY 

Paris, KY 

Ransom, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Portsmouth, OH 

Hinkley, KY 

Somerset, KY 



NORMAN SMITH 
SHERRI SMITH 
TONY SMITH 
PAMELA SMITHY 
PAMELA SPARROW 
DIANA SPENCE 
DONNA SPENCE 



ANGELA SPENCER 
NADENE SPIVEY 
GINA SPRAGGS 
KAREN GAIL SPRINKLE 
SUSAN SPURR 
DEBORAH STAMBAUGH 
KAREN J. STEELE 



LAURA M. STEELE 
DAN STEELY 
ELIZABETH STEPHENS 
JACQUELINE STEPHENS 
BRENDA STEVENS 
NATHAN RAY STEWART 
VERONICA STEWART 



Stanford, KY 
Girdler, KY 
Corbin, KY 
Terrace Park, OH 
Williamstown, KY 
Virgie, KY 
Virgie, KY 



Frankfort, KY 

McKee. KY 

Lexington, KY 

Danville, KY 

Carrollton, KY 

McRoberts, KY 

Winchester. KY 



Bellbrook, OH 

Corbin. KY 

Whitley City, KY 

Paintsville, KY 

Lagrange, KY 

Worthville, KY 

Covington, KY 



Sophomores/ Rot-Ste 307 



JENNIFER STILWELL 
DEBBIE STIRNEMANN 
CYNTHIA STOCKER 
SHANNON STODGHILL 
EVELYN STONE 
JOHN D. STONE 
ROBIN STOTTS 



PATRICIA STOVER 
LISA STRADER 
NANDY J. STRONG 
COLLEEN SULLIVAN 
MARK SUTTON 
CHERYL SWANSON 
DAVID SWARTZEL 



Elizabethtown, KY 

Cleves, OH 

Frankfort, KY 

Shelbyville. KY 

Cynthiana, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Louisville. KY 



Albany, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Middletown, OH 



ROBERT J. SWEAT Lexington, KY 

JEFFERY A. TALBOT Taylor Mill, KY 

VICKIE TALBOTT Albany, KY 

CYNTHIA TAYLOR Keene, KY 

MARESA TAYLOR Turners Station, KY 
MARGERET ANN TAYLOR Richmond. KY 

PATRICIA TAYLOR Crestwood, KY 



RACHEL TAYLOR 


Beaver Dam 


KY 


RICK TEEPLE 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


MOLLY JAN THARP 


Sonora 


KY 


ELIZABETH A. THOMAS 


Williamstown 


KY 


TAMMY THOMASON 


Dayton, 


OH 


JAY THOMPSON 


Frankfort 


KY 


NEIL THOMPSON 


Valley Station 


KY 


DIANE THORNTON 


Demossville, 


KY 


THOMAS J. TIERNEY 


Louisville, 


KY 


SHIRLEY A. TOBE 


Louisville, 


KY 


P. ALLEN TOMES 


Louisville, 


KY 


SCOTT TORBET 


Lima, 


OH 


ANN TRACJTHWEIN 


Fairfield, 


OH 


DWAYNE TRAVIS 


Irvine, 


KY 


LEE ANNE TRIBBLE 


Richmond, 


KY 


K. LESLIE TURNER 


Louisville, 


KY 


KIMBERLY S. TURNER 


London, 


KY 


MARK TUSSEY 


Richmond, 


KY 


JENNY URBAN 


Seven Mile, 


OH 


MARY LOU VANCE 


Winchester, 


KY 


PATRICIA M. VANCE 


Louisville, 


KY 


WILLENE VANOVER 


Williamsburg, 


KY 


MELBA VAUGHN 


Corbin, 


KY 


TERESA VAUGHT 


Liberty, 


KY 


SCOTT VENNEFRON 


Ft. Mitchell, 


KY 


RENEE WADDLES 


Kite, 


KY 


DAVID WALKER 


Charleston, 


WV 


JOYCE WALKER 


Radcliff. 


KY 


KATHY L. WALKER 


Louisville, 


KY 


TIM WALKER 


London, 


KY 


NANCY WALKUP 


Fairfield, 


OH 


KIM WALL 


Winchester. 


KY 


KELLYE P. WALLER 


Louisville, 


KY 


DARRIN L. WALLINGFORD Maysville, 


KY 


MIKE WALSH 


Lexington, 


KY 


MARY BETH WALTER 


Fairfield, 


OH 


JAMES A. WARREN 


Danville, 


KY 


NEVILLE WATKINS 


Owensboro, 


KY 


JAN WEBB 


New Carlisle, 


OH 


KIMBERLY A. WEBB 


Waco. 


KY 


LEE ANN WEBB 


Frankfort, 


KY 


MELISSA A. WEBB 


Irvine, 


KY 


GENA WEBSTER 


Frankfort 


KY 


TODD A. WEBSTER 


Dry Ridge 


KY 


FREDERICK P. WELCH II 


Frankfort 


KY 


STEPHANIE WETZEL 


Greenville, 


OH 


BEVERLY WHEELER 


Ashland 


KY 


DARLENE WHEELER 


Chillicothe, 


OH 


DONNA WHITE 


Dayton 


KY 


308 Sophomores/ StIWhi 







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HOLLY MICHELE WHITE 
JANELLE WHITE 
MARY ANN WHITE 
GiNNY WHITT 
ANDREA F WICKER 
SUSAN WILEY 
VICKIE WILEY 



Casey Creek, 

Sandy Hook, 

Winchester, 

Mt. Washington. 

Eastern. 

Carrollton, 

Louisville. 



KY 
KY 
KY 
KY 
KY 
KY 
KY 



LINDA J. WILKE 
AMY J. WILLIAMS 
DIANA WILLIAMS 
FRANCES WILLIAMS 
LINDA WILLIAMS 
PAULA C. WILLIAMS 
SHEILA WILLIAMS 



Louisville, KY 

Ft. Wright, KY 

Russell Springs, KY 

Mays Lick, KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Edgewood, KY 



JEFFREY A. WILLIAMSON 
TONI WILLOUGHBY 
ALAN WILSON 
ANN WILSON 
GAVIN WILSON 
NANCY WILSON 
RICK ALLEN WILSON 



Big Clifty. KY 

Richmond, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Lebanon. OH 

Lexington, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 

Chenoa, KY 



PAMELA C. WINKLE 
JULIE WIRA 
VICKY WITHERS 
VICKI WITT 
LAURA WOLFROM 
DAVID ELMER WOLFZORN 
MELINDA JO WOOD 



Ludlow, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Richmond, VA 
McKee. KY 
Richmond, KY 
Ft. Thomas, KY 
Frankfort, KY 



TERESA WOODARD 
SHAWN WORTHINGTON 
SHAREE WORTMAN 
CHERYL YATES 
TIMOTHY L. YEARY 
WALTER L. YORK 
KELLY YOUNG 



GREG ZELLNER 
DANIEL ZIARKOWSKI 
RHONDA L. ZIRNHELD 
JEFFREY R. ZOLLER 



Owensboro. KY 

Danville, KY 

Charleston, WV 

Louisville, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Albany, KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 



Hamilton, OH 

Irvine. KY 

Louisville, KY 

Moores Hill, IN 



Sophomores/Whi-Zol 309 



LISA ABNER 
RENE ABNER 
JERRI LEE ALCORN 
DHEIA ALMUSAHER 
MARK ALTIC 
DAVID ANDERSON 



McKee, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

McKee, KY 

Qatif-Saudi. Arabia 

Arcanum, OH 

Danville, KY 



JULIA HANCE ANDERSON 



Walton, KY 



MICHAEL ANDERSON 
BARRY ARNOLD 
GWEN AYLOR 
RUTH AYLOR 
ROGER AYRES 
JOHN KEVIN BABB 
JACKIE BACK 



LORIE A. BARKER 
MARK BARNARD 
CYNTHIA BARNETTE 
ELLEN M. BARRETT 
MEG BARTON 
SANDRA BASS 
BETH BECKMAN 



Ft. Thomas, KY 

Danville. KY 

Villa Hills, KY 

Hebron, KY 

Lancaster, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Monticello, KY 



Corbin, KY 

Mt. Sterling. KY 

Hendersonville. TN 

Glen Burnie. MD 

Lexington, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Villa Hills, KY 



GINGER BELL 
LISA BELLANCA 
JILL BENGE 
RHONDA BERRY 
LAURA LYNNE BEST 
SCOTT WAYNE BEUTEL 
KIMBERLY BICKNELL 



Rocky Branch, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Bellvue, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Ludlow, KY 

Wilmore, KY 



VICTOR A. BINGHAM II 
KAREN BLACKBURN 
KATHY BLACKBURN 
CARLA BLANTON 
CAROLYN ANN BOHN 
BILLIE BONFIELD 
PATRICIA J. BOOTHE 



Gray. KY 

Turkey Creek, KY 

Southgate, KY 

Barbourville. KY 

Louisville, KY 

Mt. Sterling. KY 

Brooksville, KY 



JENNIFER BORDERS 
MIDGE BOTKINS 
LUCILLE BOTTS 
SHERRY BOWEN 
AMY LYNN BOWMAN 
SHANNON BRADSHAW 
SHELLY BRANDENBURG 



LOIS BRAUNAGEL 
BOBBI LYNN BRENNAN 
DAVID BRIAN 
PAT BROTZGE 
BETSY BROWN 
ERIC D. BROWN 
KIMBERLY BROWN 



MARY BETH BROWN 
NANCY BROWN 
SCHERL BROWN 
JEFFREY S. BROWNING 
LESLIE BRUMMETT 
CHRISTINE BRUNER 
WENDY BRYAN 



Lake Wells, FL 

Manchester. KY 

Denniston, KY 

Harrodsburg. KY 

Kettering. OH 

Waddy, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Milford, OH 
Frankford, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville. KY 

London, OH 
Louisville, KY 

Saginaw, Ml 



Prospect, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Paris, KY 

Falmouth, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Fairfield, OH 

Toledo. OH 



KATHY L BRYANT 
ALLISON BUCK 
ANNETTE BURDINE 
BRUCE L. BURGER 
BRUCE BURNS 
JULIE BURT 
NANCY BUSH 



SHERRIE BUSH 
KIM VAN BUSKIRK 
DANIEL BUSSER 
LINDA BYBEE 
TERESA BYRNSIDE 
NERISSA CALHOUN 
MICKI CANN 



Taylorsville, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Crab Orchard, KY 
Anchorage, KY 
Louisville. KY 
Somerset, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Richmond. KY 

Brooksville, FL 

Dayton. OH 

Fairdale, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Beattyville, KY 



310 Freshman/ AbnCan 





KATHLENN CANTRELL 
SHEILA CANTRELL 
TIM CARMEN 
LORI ANN CARPENTER 
STEVE CHOATE 
LAURA C. CHRISTOPHER 
MARK CLARK 



Louisville, KY 

Ashcamp, KY 

Middleburg, KY 

Lawrenceburg, IN 

Jamestown, TN 

Winchester, KY 

MAYSVILLE, KY 



ONEDA CLARK 
PAMELA CLIFTON 
MELISSA COCANOUGHER 
DEBRA COLE 
KARI COLEMAN 
LORI COLEMAN 
TAMMY COLLIER 



South Shore, KY 

Hebron, KY 

Danville, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Sidney, KY 



CATHERINE COMBS 
LISA COMBS 
DANA COMPTON 
NANCY CONNIFF 
DENNI COOK 
LISA A. COONEY 
PATTY COSBY 



KEVIN COVINGTON 
SHEILA DIANNE CRACE 
JACQUELINE CRAFT 
KIMBERLY CRAIG 
VIVIAN CRAIG 
CHRISTINE CRAVEN 
MARGIE CRAVENS 



TERESA CREECH 
OPAL CRESS 
JAHNNA CROUCH 
ROSE CRUM 
LUCI CUMMINS 
BRIAN CUND1FF 
THOMAS1NA DABNEY 



DAWN DALEY 
EMMIE LEE DAUGHERTY 
MARLENE DAUGHERTY 
MARK E. DAVENPORT 
MICHELLE DAVIS 
KATHY DAVISON 
DENIS L. DE REYNIER 



LUCIAN DEATON 
ELiZABETHANN DEEL 
DONNA DENHAM 
JIL DENHAM 
DWANNA DICK 
CHYRL DOBSON 
STEPHANIE DOMANICO 



Lakeland, FL 

Zachariah, KY 

Grundy, VA 

Louisville, KY 

Sparta, NJ 

Ft. Wright, KY 

Cox S Creek. KY 



Crestwood, KY 

Lexington, KY 

South Shore, KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Sulpher, KY 

Covington, KY 

Amelia, OH 



Stanton, KY 

Harlan, KY 

Mariba, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Primrose, KY 

Versailles, KY 



Hodgenville, KY 

Mt. Vernon. KY 

Stearns, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Florence, KY 

South Shore, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Booneville, KY 

Forest Hills, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Vanceburg, KY 

Monticeilo, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Villa Hills, KY 



LEIGH ANN DOSCH 
ED DOTSON 
KELLY DOWNS 
AMANDA DUFFY 
JOHNNY DUNCIL 
BEN DUNN 
DONNA J. DUNN 



JODI DUNN 
FARRELL DUPLA1N 
DIANE DUVALL 
LISA DYEHOUSE 
LAURA EADS 



Bellevue, KY 

McVeigh. KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Randallstown, MD 

Hamilton, OH 

Middletown, OH 

Burgin, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Crab Orchard, KY 

Frankfort, KY 



CHARLES ECKFORD EASTIN II Lexington, K Y 
PATSY EDL1N Louisville, KY 



PAMELA EDMONDS 
MELISSA EDWARDS 
DIANE ELDER 
AMY ELLIOTT 
MARK ELLIOTT 
BILL ELLIS 
MARY HELEN ELLIS 



Louisville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 



Freshman/Can-Ell 311 






CLAYTON C. ELSWICK 
FRANK ENLOW 
TRACY F^TEPP 
LENORA EWEN 
CHERYL FARTHING 
KIRK FAUVER 
DAVID A. FEAGAN 



Somerset, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Paintsville, KY 

Bowen, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Brooksville, KY 



SUSAN FEKETE Louisville, KY 

SHARON P. FELICE Lakeside Park, KY 

TERESA LEANN FLETCHER Belfry, KY 

PAMELA FLOOR Cincinnati, OH 

PHIL B. FOX Barbourville, KY 

MONICA FRANCIS Middletown, OH 

NANCY FRANKLIN Taylorsville, KY 



PATTI FRAZIER 
DIANE FREEMAN 
BARBARA GADROW 
DELIA GAINES 
STEVE GAISER 
KATHLEEN GAMMON 
W. PATRICK GANT 



Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Owenton, KY 

Campbellsville. KY 

Ludlow, KY 

Florence, KY 

Paris, KY 



KEVIN L. GACIDELL 
MELINDA GAW 
WILLIAM THOMAS GAY 
JOHN R GENSHEIMER 
BETTY JAN1ECE GIBSON 
TAMMY GILBERT 
ROBIN GIRG 



Louisville. KY 
Middletown, OH 
Lancaster, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Perryville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Ft. Knox, KY 



DANA GISLER Danville, KY 

KRISTEN GLAESSER Harrodsburg, KY 

DAVID GOODE Versailles, KY 

JONNA BETH GORRELL Prestonsburg, KY 

DAVID L. GORUSCH, II Overpeck, OH 
MARGARET JOAN GRAHAM Dekalb, IL 

JENI GRAC1 Florence, KY 



DENNIS GRAVELY 
GLADYS GREEN 
JOHN GREENE 
TAL GRIBBINS 
SHERRIE GRITTON 
JANE E. HACKNEY 
CANDY HALL 



CLAUDIA SUE HALL 
VICKI HAMBY 
SHELIA HAMILTON 
KAREN SUE HANCOCK 
KELLY HARGADON 
REBECCA HARGETT 
PENNY LYNN HARR 



LISA ANN HARPER 
DELYNN HARRIS 
LANA HARRIS 
ERIC HART 
CHARLIE HARVILLE 
TODD HASKEN 
BARBARA HAYDEN 



Jackson, KY 

Leatherwood, KY 

Charleston. WV 

Louisville, KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Irvine, KY 



Hazel Green, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Vine Grove, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Waddy, KY 

Augusta, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 



Pleasureville, KY 
London, KY 
Versailles, KY 
Corbin, KY 
Hamilton, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 



MARY HAYES 
CATHY HEAD 
CATHY HEAD 
JULIE HEIN 
ELIZABETH HELFRICH 
SHARON M. HELLMANN 
MICHELLE HELTON 



Shelbyville, KY 

Fairfield, OH 

Bardstown, KY 

Centerville, OH 

Jacksonville, FL 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Fairdale, KY 



JAMES W. HENDRICKS, JR. Louisville, KY 
BETH HENSLEY Germantown, OH 

DWIGHT HENSLEY Williamsburg. KY 

JACK EDWARD HENSLEY Ludlow, KY 

LAURA HEUN Louisville, KY 

JOE HICKS Monticello, KY 

REBECCA HICKS Bardstown, KY 



312 Freshman/Els Hie 





SHEL1A HICKS 
LISA HIGGINS 
REBECCA J. HILSE 
SANDI HOLIDAY 
ANNE MARIE HOLTMAN 
PAM HOOVER 
DUANE HORN 



EVELYN HOWARD 
HEIDI A. HOWARD 
SHEILA HOWARD 
SHERRI HOWE 
ALLISON HOWELL 
MELISSA S. HUDSON 
M1CHELE HUFF 



MITCHELL P. HUNTER 
LORI A. HYDE 
VALERIE ISOM 
JUAN RICO JACKSON 
RAYLENE JAMES 
DEBBIE JEFFERS 
CARLA JEFFERSON 



Monticello, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Beattyville, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Covington, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Lancaster, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Nicholasville, KY 
Harrodsburg, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Albany, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Whitesburg, KY 

Paris, KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Hyden, KY 

Germantown, KY 



JOHN JENNINGS 
LENISE D. JENNINGS 
DEBBIE JETT 
BARBARA ANN JETTE 
JODI ELLEN JOHNSON 
KEITH JOHNSON 
TODD JOHNSON 



Shelbyville, KY 

Jeffersontown, KY 

Mount Olivet, KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Ludlow, KY 

Pineville, KY 



VICKY JOHNSON 
VIRGINIA JOHNSON 
JENNIFER L. JONES 
JENNIFER SUSAN JONES 
K. THOMAS JONES 
RITA JONES 
DALE JOSLYN 



ROBERT W KEESAER 
DEBBIE KERRICK 
ELLEN KETTENRING 
DANA R. KIDWELL 
MELISSA KING 
LEE KINKLE 
SID KITTILA 



KAREN KUHN 
KAREN LAMB 
DONNA LAMBERS 
MICHELLE LANASA 
DAVID LAND 
BRANDY LANGFORD 
BARBARA LATHAN 



JUDY LAWHORN 
ANGELA LAWSON 
RALPH LECOMPTE 
MICHELE LEIST 
GERi LYNN LETNER 
STACY LEWIS 
STARR L. LEWIS 



CINDY LOANE 
RHODA LOGUE 
JANICE RAE LONG 
MARC LORANCE 
DEBRA LUTES 
RANDY LUTZ 
KAREN LYNN 



TAMMY MARCUM 
ANGELA MARSHALL 
ED MARSHALL 
SUSAN MARTIN 
TRACI MASTERS 
CHAP1E MASTIN 
CHERYL MATHER 



Georgetown, KY 

Beatyviile, KY 

Paris, KY 

Newark, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Falmouth, KY 

Danville. KY 



Louisville, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Vanceburg, KY 
Burlington, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Richmond, K^ 

Bardstown, K^ 

Union, K' 

Kettering, Ol 
Beattyville, K' 

Lexington, K' 

Frankfort, K' 



Dunnville, K 

Burkesville, K' 

Frankfort, K' 

Farmersville, Ol 

Beattyville, K' 

Knoxville, TI 

Atlanta, G/ 



Harrodsburg, K' 

Danville, K' 

Brodhead, K 1 

Hamilton, Of 

Irvine, K\ 

Louisville, KV 

Liberty, KY 



McKee, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Castalia, OH 

LaGrange, KY 

Waco, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 

Buffalo. KY 



Freshman/ Hic-Mat 3!3 



KAREN MATTHEWS 
CHRIS McAFEE 
MARY McAULlFFE 
JAMES A. McCALL, JR. 
KIM McCARTY 
DAV1NA McCLELLAN 
J. D. McGRATH 



DANIEL McGRAW 
KIMBERLY McGRUDER 
AARON McHARGUE 
JESSIE McKAY 
MICHELLE McKENZIE 
SUSAN McLEAN 

diana McMillan 



JACK McNEAR 
JENNIFER McNEESE 
ELIZABETH McQUERRY 
ROBERT G. MEGIBBEN 
KAREN MEREDITH 
SUSAN MiDDENDORF 
LISA KAYE MILES 



LISA MILLER 
RANDY MILLER 
TIMOTHY S. MILLER 
DELIA ANN MILLS 
CARL MOCKBEE 
ROBIN MONK 
MARK MOORE 



MICHAEL MORRISSEY 
TAMMY MOSES 
DEBBRA MOTLEY 
AMANDA J. MULLINS 
SHEILA MGLLINS 
JONI NAISER 
KELL! NEAL 



RODERICK NEAL 
ROXANNE NELSON 
PAM NETTRO 
ROBERT J. NEWELL 
SHIRLEY NEWSOME 
DELLA NOLAN 
ED NORKUS 



Louisville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Fisherville, KY 

Irvington, KY 

Ft. Worth, TX 

Burgin, KY 



Aurora, IN 

Louisville, KY 

Bedford, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Bronston, KY 

Walton, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Covington, KY 
Paint Lick, KY 
Finchville, KY 
Fairdale. KY 
Ft. Mitchell, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Mount Olivet, KY 

Florence, KY 

Dry Ridge, KY 

Freeburn, KY 

Walton, KY 

Houston, TX 

Stanton, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Corbin, KY 

Frenchburg. KY 

Covington, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Taylor Mill, KY 



Bluefield, WV 

Erlanger, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Pickerington, OH 

Pikeville, KY 

Tyner, KY 

Stevensville, Ml 



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PAMELA LYNN NORMAN 
BRUCE L. NURSE 
AMY ODANIEL 
BRENDA ODANIEL 
MICHAEL OHARA 
TERI LYNNE OMAN 
JOAN NANCY OSHIELDS 



KELLY FAYE OSVATH 
TIM OWENS 
RUSSELL PAINE 
TINA PARSONS 
LORETTA PATE 
STEPHEN PATRICK 
JOHN R. PAYNE 



PEGGY PAYNE 
SHERRY PENDLETON 
ELESHA PENNINGTON 
DARLENE PERKINS 
NOEL PERKINS 
LAURA PERRERO 
ANGELA LYNN PERRY 



Huddy, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Falmouth, KY 

Williamsfield, OH 

Falls Church, VA 



Xenia, OH 
Liberty, KY 
Mt. Sterling, KY 
London, KY 
Deland, FL 
Hazard, KY 
Pewee Valley. KY 



Florence. KY 
Dunnville, KY 

Sandy Hook, KY 
Dry Ridge, KY 

Middletown, OH 
Cincinnati, OH 
Frankfort, KY 



RHONDA PERRY 
BRENDA PETER 
FRANCES MAE PHELPS 
SUSAN ELAINE PHILLIPS 
JACK PHIPPS 
PAMELA J. PHIPPS 
MELISSA PICKENS 



Independence, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Somerset, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Somerset, KY 
Jamestown, OH 




314 Freshman/MatPic 




LISA PIGG 
SANDRA L. POFF 
SUE POHLMAN 
LARRY D. POLLEY 
KATHY POTTER 
WENDi POWELL 
STACY PREWITT 



Lexington, KY 

Liberty, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Elkhorn City, KY 

Troy, OH 

Richmond. KY 



ELIZABETH ANN PROCTOR Brodhead, KY 
JEFF PYLES Somerset, KY 

APRIL ELIZABETH RADER Jeffersonville, IN 
CANDACE RALENKOTTER Florence, KY 
SHAR1 LEE RAMEY Sharpsburg, KY 

LISA MARIE RAMSEY Winchester, KY 

ROBERT W. RANDALL Richmond, KY 



DAVID RASNER 
JEFF RATLIFF 
DONNIE LYNN RAY 
DAVID G. REEVES 
DEANNA RE1D 
PAULA REMBOLD 
STEFFANIE RHEIN 



Shepherdsville, KY 

Phelps, KY 

Lancaster, KY 

Albany, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Wilmington, OH 



CAROLE SUSAN RIDGLEY 
MARY DEL RIFFE 
JANNA RILEY 
MONICA C. ROBERTS 
SUSAN ROBERTS 
MICHAEL OWEN ROBINSON 
SANDRA ROBINSON 



Richmond, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Hamilton, KY 

Lexington, KY 

London. KY 

Irvington, KY 

Webster, KY 



TAMMY ROBINSON Lawrenceburg, KY 

ANTHONY ROGERS Somerset. KY 
CAROLYN MARTHA ROGERS Glendaie, KY 

ELIZABETH ROGERS Richmond, KY 

RISA ROGERS Nicholasville, KY 

JOHN ROLF Ft. Thomas, KY 

DEBRA ROSE Richmond, KY 



MARY ANN ROSE 
MARTHA RUBLE 
TINA RUCKER 
SUSAN RUCKRIEGEL 
TRICIA E. RYLE 
KAREN RENE SAPP 
DENISE SCALF 



PAMELA SCHEELER 
JOHN D. SCHRAER 
JEANIE SCHREIBER 
STEPHANIE SCOTT 
TERESA LYNNE SCOTT 
WILLIAM LEE SCOTT 
KIM SEARS 



LAURA SEAY 
LISA SEBASTIAN 
BETH SEVERT 
MICHAEL SEXTON 
SANDRA SHACKELFORD 
VICTORIA A. SHAY 



LINDA SHEARER 



LINDA SHERMAN 
TERESA SICKLES 
RUSSELL SIMMS 
KEN SIMON 
DEBBIE SINDEL 
LEE ANN SISSEL 
MARIA SLONE 



AMY SMITH 
ANDREA LEAH SMITH 
BEVERLY SMITH 
BILL SMITH 
BUAN SMITH Hi 
DEBORAH SMITH 
DIANA SMITH 



Berea, KY 

Shelbyvilie, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Ludlow, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Pikeville, KY 



Greenfield, OH 

Madiera, OH 

Florence, KY 

Knoxviile, TN 

Hardy, KY 

Cimberland, KY 

Stanford, KY 



Calvert City, KY 

Irvine, KY 

London, OH 

Neon, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Villa Hills, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 



Cumberland, KY 
Louisville. KY 
Harlan, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Gahanna, OH 
Falmouth, KY 
Pikeville, KY 



Dayton. OH 

Winchester, KY 

Butler, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 



Freshman/Pig-Smi 315 



GEORGIA ANN SMITH Turner Station, KY 



GINGER SMITH 


Eminence, KY 


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JULIE LYNNE SMITH 


Cincinnati. OH 




KEVIN S. SMITH 


Taylorsville, KY 


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MARK SMITH 


Versailles, KY 


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RENEE SMITH 


Newcastle, KY 


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SHELIA SMITH 


Lexington, KY 


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SLIM ANN SMITH 


Graham, KY 


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SUSAN SMITH 


Barbourville. KY 


WANDA R. SMITH 


Richmond, KY 


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PENNY SNOWDEN 


Stanton, KY 


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MICHAEL LEE SOUDER 


Nicholasville, KY 




DAVE SPRADLIN 


Elkhorn City, KY 


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DARLENE SPURLOCK 


Busy, KY 


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ROBERT STANTON STACK 


Louisville, KY 


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DANA STAMPER 


Brook Park, OH 


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CYNTHIA J, STANFORD 


Cincinnati, OH 


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LATONYA STANHOPE 


Stanton, KY 


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ROBB1N STEELE 


Evarts, KY 


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TONYA STEINLANDER 


Louisville, KY 


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JACKIE M. STENGEL 


Louisville, KY 


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LESA STEWART 


Pineville, KY 


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WANDA R STEWART 


Ashland, KY 


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JOHN MICHAEL STRANGE 


Midway, TN 


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DENISE STRATMAN 


Erlanger, KY 


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BARRI STRAUGHAN 


Lexington, KY 


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LUCY STROSNIDER 


Ashland, KY 


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JOTT SUDDUTH 


Louisville, KY 


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MIKE SUTKAMP Bellevue, KY 

ROBERT G. SWARTZENTRUBERTalbert, KY 
MICHELLE SWINEY Elkhorn City, KY 

CONNIE SYDNOR Lakeside Park, KY 

TINA TAPHORN Walton, KY 

JENNIFER BETH TARTER Liberty, KY 

SCOTT A. TAYLOR Louisville, KY 



LYNDA THACKER Pineville. KY 

TIM THIERSCH Louisville, KY 
GREGORY D. THOMPSON Crab Orchard, KY 

LISA THOMPSON Nicholasville, KY 

THERESA THOMPSON Monticello, KY 

TERESA THORNBURY Grundy, VA 

MITCHELL THRASHER Albany, KY 



MICHELLE TILLER Crab Orchard, KY 

TINA MACHELLE TINGLE Campbellsburg, KY 



KENNETH S. TRAMMEL 
SALL1E TRAXLER 
CINDY TRCJ6A 
CYNTHIA TUDOR 
CECILIA TUTTLE 



MARY UTTER 
REBECCA VANSICKLE 
GEORGETTE VARBLE 
MELANIE VENABLE 
PAMELA J. VERVILLE 
BETH VETTER 
MICHELLE VIELHAUER 



Ludlow, KY 

Columbus, OH 

Hazel Park, Ml 

Richmond, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Louisa. KY 

Vevay, IN 

McKee, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



JEFFREY WAYNE WAGERS Marcum, KY 



LAURIE WALKER 
KAY WALL 
MEG WALLACE 
TERESA WARD 
MIOEKA WASH 
TERESA WEAVER 



JA,MIE WEIDLE 
WILL WEISMAN 
CARI WELLS 
LADONNA WELLS 
DEBBIE WETHINGTON 
ELENA WHEATLEY 
ANGIE L, WHITE 



Owensboro, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Inez, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 

Charleston, WV 



Germantown. OH 
Hamilton, OH 
Coxs Creek. KY 
Paintsville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Maysville. KY 



316 Freshman/Smi-vVhi 





DEREK WHITSON 
BETH WILDER 
BARBARA W1LDERMUTH 
JANENE K. WILEY 
JOLENE F WILEY 
KATHY WILHOIT 
ROBERTA WILLIAMS 



THERESA WILLIAMS 
LAURA WINEBRENNER 
KAREN A. WISSMANN 
LISA WISZNiEWSKI 
WENDY WOELFEL 
AMY WOLFFORD 
JAMIE L. WOOLDR1DGE 



L. DARYL WRIGHT 
LISA YATES 
REBECCA YATES 
GINA LYNN YOUNG 
JOAN ZIEGLER 
SUSAN LEA ZIEGLER 
KAREN ZIRKELBACH 



Knoxville. TN 
Versailles. KY 
Sidney, OH 
Freehold. NJ 
Freehold, NJ 
Versailles, KY 
Mays Lick, KY 



Clay City, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Erlanger, KY 

East Point, KY 

Louisville, KY 
Taylor Mill, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Shelbyville, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Winchester. KY 

Cincinnati. OH 

Alexandria, KY 

Erlanger. KY 



Freshman/Whi-Zir 317 






Classes & Index Editors: Karla and Kelly Osvath 



Academics Editor: Melissa Hicks 



Greek Organizations Editor: Jeff Asher 



With the combined leadership of Will Mansfield and 
Michelle O'Bryan, the 1982-83 Milestone staff put the 
sixtieth volume of the university's yearbook together. 
The main objective of the staff was quality first then 
quantity. At times that objective was questioned as 
those never ending deadlines approached and a certain 
amount of pages had to be sent to Delmar — or else. 
The real task was to put out a book that you would be 
proud to see and show to others, and one that would 
vividly picture life at the university this year. 

The production of the yearbook is an incredible job 
once undertaken. To say the least, the finished product 
did not appear overnight. Applications were taken 
from any interested full-time student beginning in Sep- 



tember all the way into January. They tried to cover as 
many activities as possible without leaving any one 
group out and combine them within these 328 pages. 
That is a story within itself. 

All in all, this yearbook staff strived to prepare a 
permanent record of the year, 1982-83, at the Universi- 
ty with the help and understanding of their advisor, 
Larry Bailey. He gave room for experimentation in lay- 
outs and ideas while giving guidance. 

The people on these two pages want you to know 
that the long hours of work were put into a book just for 
your enjoyment. The Milestone tradition never stops, 
even with the staff changes. 




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Editor In-Chief: Will Mansfield decides on slides to be used in the opening 
section. 



Managing Editor: Michelle O'Bryan checks copy for a student life layout. 



318 Milestone 



1983 MILESTONE STAFF 




Front Row: Jinny Johns, Diana Smith, Stephanie Domanico, Lori Jenkins Back Row: Jon Stewart. 
Billy Pinkston. 




ABOVE: Staff photographers: Karen Kuchele. Neil Thompson, and Tony Bigesby, BELOW LEFT: 
Sports Editors: Melanie Corwin and Scott Wilson. BELOW MIDDLE: Student Life Editor: Mike Hall 
BELOW RIGHT: Non-greek Editor Jannene Maudlin 



Dateline — September, 1982 

Welcome to the first staff meeting, lam 
your editor and this is your managing 
editor. Everyone must fill out an applica- 
tion. Be sure to sign next to the line that 
says, "I will give my all to the Milestone 
above all else, except studies, of 
course. " (If you believe that, the univer- 
sity has 24-hour open house.) Our 
deadlines are two weeks earlier than 
last years. (Thank you Delmar.) Get the 
smelling salts for the returning staff 
please. 

Does anyone have a question so far? 
The process of working up a page? 
First you get pictures taken, draw a 
dummy layout, crop all of the prints, 
write copy, and then transfer every- 
thing to final layouts. Be sure to be near, 
and use a ball-point pen on the finals. 
This is a simplified description of course. 
The details will be worked on at the 
workshop this Saturday. 
Yes, we will have weekly meetings. 
Our advisor'' Assistant Director of Pub- 
lic Information, Larry Bailey. 
Our goals Jo put out a book that stu- 
dents won't burn at a peace rally. Re- 
freshments' 1 Only caffeine loaded bev- 
erages. By the way, the pizza and coun- 
seling center number are up here along 
with a coffee pot, if you need to work 
late. (NEED TOO?!!) 
Yes, the office will be open for week- 
ends. It will be open all night, if you 
have to work before a deadline. (HAVE 
TOO?!!) 

Dateline — February, 1983 

Well it's over. We did it. Another edi- 
tion, another year, another staff. Okay, 
the books will be here at the end of 
April. The getaway car will be ready at 
the end of distribution on the first day. 
When does everyone want to gather at 
the farm for a picnic, wooden duck 
hunting, and sunburn? This meeting is 
adjourned. 





Abelmg. Mark A. 185, 288 

Abell. Gina L. 184, 288 

Abell. KimberlyA 169, 171, 177. 178. 199. 

258 
Abell. Patricia L 284 
Aberg. Robin L. 178, 258 
Abernalhie. Tit: 258 
^bner Lisa S. 310 
Abner, Teresa Rene 310 
Abney, Elaine J. 170. 299 
Abney, John L. 299 
Abney. Lori E. 258 
Abraham, Carol L 284 
Ackerman. Denise D. 182 
AcufF, Christine Y. 299 
Adams. Charlene 233 
Adams, Cindy J 214. 288 
Adams. Darlene 299 
Adams, James R 288 
Adams. Karla R 168. 188 
Adams, Lana 198 
Adams. Marlene E. 233. 288 
Adams, Randy 299 
Adams, Rooney W. 299 
Adams. Roy W 127 
Addison. Debra K 18. 288 
Addison. Willie 254 
Adkms, Bertee 254 
Adkms. Donald R. 284 
Adkms, Retta 254 
Adkmson, Sandra J 181 
Ahrman. Roxanne 288 
Amsworlh. Laurie J. 288 
Akpaso. Affiong N 299 
Jasser Ibrahim M 288 
AlSheikh. Al 258 
Albertson. Wanda M 299 
Alcorn, Jerri L 310 
Aldndge. Rita F 258 
Alexander. Carla M 299 
Alexander. Lencia L 214 
Alexander. Lori F 258 
Algier. Keith 130 
Allen. Cindy L, 194, 299 
Allen. Kelly E 171, 194, 214. 258 
Allen, Martin V 288 
Allen. Michael C 125 
Allen, Richard M. 286 
Allen, Stacy A 299 
Allender, Gregory E 170,288 
Allender, James Doug 180. 258 
Allgeier, Robin A 236. 299 
Allison. Edward J 284 
Allison. Kathy L. 284 
Allison. Melanie B. 181 
Allmon. Bryce J 125, 237 
Almusaher, Dheia 310 
Almusaher. Mohammed 258 
Alsip, Mary S. 199, 288 
Althauser. William S. 179, 299 
Altic. Mark A. 226, 310 
Amacker, Brian S 183 
Amato, William J. 237 
Amburgey. Jeff S. 147. 176 
Amburgey. Steven B 288 
Amburgy, Lesa A 209 
Amburgy, Pamela S 136, 254 
Amelang. Libby B 184 
Ammerman, Franklin W 195 
Amos. Melissa E 127 
Amundson. Steven R 112 
Anatomy. Anne 224 
Anderkin, Jamieson E 299 
Anderson, David W 310 
Anderson, Debbie L 207 
Anderson, George L. 160, 171. 216. 217, 

231 
Anderson, Gregory S 121 
Anderson. James R 289 
Anderson. Joy A 167 
Anderson, Julia H 310 
Anderson, Karen L. 244 
Anderson. Larry P 299 
Anderson, Linda S 284 
Anderson, Michael A 250. 310 
Anderson, Regina 258 
Anderson, Richard R 188 
Anderson, Rodney 168 
Anderson, Tamora A. 299 
Anderson. Theresa L. 299 
Andrew, David C. 288 
Andrews. Coach Brian 111, 125 
Andrews. Jeff W. 176, 178 
Angel, Joanna 258 
Angel, Reg.na L. 258 
Angel. Todd D 258 
Applegate. Jane E 258 
Applegate. Karen 17C. 288 



Applegate. Wendell D 258 

Arbogast, Frederic T 237. 299 

Armacost. Sheri A 214 

Armstrong, Tron O 82, 87 

Arnett, Tonya L 288 

Arnold, Barry S. 209. 243, 310 

Arnold. David R. 181, 288 

Arnold, Karen L 288 

Arnold. Mark B. 224 

Arnold. Naomi L. 194. 258 

Arnold, Shern G. 288 

Arnold. Suzanne R. 299 

Ariz. Kristine A. 299 

Arvin. Howard G 258 

Asher. Jeffrey N 159. 195. 237, 258, 318 

Asher, Michael A 237, 288 

Ashley. Carolyn D 181 

Ashley. Kevin E 181 

Ashley. Vicki A 244, 299 

Atchison. Charles T 193 

Atkinson, Darmon 203 

Atwood. James O Jr 299 

Averbeck, Theodore T 1 12. 299 

Avers. Gary K 178, 194, 288 

Ayers, Barbara Sue 288 

Aylor, Gwendolyn M 310 

Ayres, Karen R. 198 

Ayres. Roger M 310 



B 



Babb. John K 310 

Bach. Daniel M Jr 240 

Back. Delana J 299 

Back. Jackie L 310 

Back, John K. 222. 288 

Back. Joseph M. 195 

Bagby. Tern L 192 

Bahm. Tamala S 288 

Bailey. Elissa M 299 

Bailey, Kelli R 165 

Bailey. Melissa J 213. 299 

Bailey. Mitchell J 258 

Bailey. Sam 124, 125. 299 

Bailey, Todd H 299 

Bain, Casey E 125, 288 

Ba.nes. Frank W. Ill 94 

Baird. Angela M 299 

Bakehorn, Jennifer L 207 

Baker. Andy 237, 299 

Baker. Ann W 258 

Baker. Bradley K 211 

Baker, Christine R. 299 

Baker, Debra L. 181 

Baker, Delisa M 221 

Baker, Geneva 288 

Baker, Johnnie D. 258 

Baker. Larry L 258 

Baker. Mark E. 288 

Baker. Sarah E 186. 207. 238, 258 

Baker, Tanya L 288 

Baker, Verna L, 175. 178, 288 

Baldwin, Julie C 211 

Bales. Mike L 244 

Ball, Kimberly D 284 

Ball. Marcia A. 198. 258 

Ball, Mitchell G. 258 

Ballard. Anne W 258 

Ballard, Brian T 53 

Ballard, Jennifer L 258 

Ballard. Larry R 288 

Ballard. Marcia L 181. 299 

Ballinger. Greg 167 

Baltenberger, Lou A 258 

Bandy, Bernard B II 235 

Bandy, Bruce A 235 

Barber, Scot! H 112 

Barber. Timothy B 258 

Barclay. Florence E 288 

Barfield, Cheryl A 168. 188, 288 

Bargo. Canna J. 288 

Bargo, Gregory H. 258 

Bargo, Kathy A 288 

Barker. Anne S 168. 188, 213. 288 

Barker, Anthony W 258 

Barker. Karen D 288 

Barker. Lone A 310 

Bark.e, Joseph (Chas) 180. 244. 288 

Barkley, Dwight 168 

Barlow. M Ellen 182. 288 

Barnard. Mark G 310 

Barnes. Clay D 237. 258 

Barnes, Debbie J 179, 258 

Barnes, Kathryn A 186 

Barnett, Jernlyn L 299 

Bametle. Cynthia M 310 

Barney. Christopher (J, 185 

Barney. Cynthia I 299 

Barnhart, Karla A 184. 259 

Barr. Dean Dixon 148 



Barr. Thomas J III 163 

Barrett, Ellen M 110. 111. 310 

Barrier. Tom A. 244 

Barrow. Linda M. 288 

Barry. Lorraine A 284 

Barth. Barry R. 247 

Bartlett, Dale A 226 

Barton, Margaret M 211. 310 

Bass. Sandra K 181. 310 

Baslian, Jeffery S 259 

Baslin. Samuel D II 284 

Baston. Kimberly K 259. 288 

Batch. Donald 154. 176 

Bates. Rennie L 226. 227. 259 

Bates, Sabnna S. 192. 217, 238 

Bauch. Anne E. 187. 299 

Bault. David W 121, 259 

Baumann, Susan J. 176, 177. 198, 259 

Bays. Everett B 259 

Bays, Mary 259 

Beadles, Jamie C. 288 

Bear, Daphne A. 288 

Bearden. Jacqueline 299 

Beasey. Jon E. 216. 237. 284 

Beaty. Randy L 299 

Beauchamp. Carlton S. 288 

Beck, Sandra K 177. 195, 259 

Becker. Donna E. 184 

Becker, Sharon A 289 

Beckman, Jennifer S. 217 

Beckman. Murray B. 310 

Beckner. Jennie L 171, 175. 176, 177, 191, 

259 
Becraft. Cynthia L 217 
Beebout, Dawna B 199 
Beegle. Michael D 224 
Begley, Billy G. 185 
Begley, Nina L. 254 
Begley. Robert 130 
Behler. Michael G 254 
Behymer, Scott D 112, 259 
Beighle. Charles L 259 
Beighle, Crystal L 259 
Beil, Patricia A 212, 213 
Belcher. Carol L 254 
Bell. Ginger A 310 
Bell, Lisa M 299 
Bell, Richard A. 89 
Bell. Thomas 237 
Bellanca. Elizabeth 182. 299 
Bellanca. Lisa M 310 
Bellucci. Lisa M. 299 
Bemiss. Robert B. 299 
Bender. Mark D. 114. 115. 185. 259 
Bender. Michael J 115 
Benecke, Susan M. 259 
Benge. Jill A 310 
Bench. Mary Alice 289 
Bennett. James W 259 
Bennett, Kimberly L 180 
Bennett. Laura A 299 
Bennett. Michael A. 244, 288 
Bentley, Joseph R 259 
Bentley. Lisa A 183. 184 
Bentley, Robert D 288 
Bentley. Vicki L 169, 184 
Berbench. Amy M 213 
Berckman, William A 259 
Berg, Darcie J, 183. 259 
Berger, Michele E. 213, 288 
Bergstrom. Theodore S 238 
Berling. Todd W 169 
Bernard, Mike 125 
Bernhard, Holly D 259 
Berry, Rhonda K 310 
Berry, Susan L 181 
Berryman. Genna 100 
Berryman. Howard G 233. 259 
Berryman, Michael W 299 
Bertrand. Harold L 183 
Beristrom. T.S. 259 
Best. Kimberly A. 214, 259 
Best. Laura L. 310 
Bettasso, Melody S 196. 259 
Bettler. Dr Alan 189 
Beutel. Scott W 310 
Biagi, Jane F 169. 178. 217. 259 
Bianco. Robert D 237 
Bicknell. Kimberly A 217, 310 
Biddle. Brett 
Biddle, John H 299 
B.el. Darryl M. 238, 259 
Biel. Paul A. 238 
Bigesby. Anthony H 229. 319 
Bingham, Janice G 259 
Bingham, Jennifer L. 178 
Bingham, Michael T. 184 
Bingham, Victor A. Ill 310 
Binkley, Ann M 173. 259 
Birch. Ninya M, 169, 176. 259 
Bird, David E. 244 
Bird. Stephen L 73. 84. 87. 89 
Bischoff, Paige M 299 



Bishop. Carol A 299 

Bishop. Deborah L 288 

Bishop. Joseph W 237. 299 

Bishop. Linda D 169. 288 

Bishop. Lynn M 183. 259 

Bishop. Marty R 181, 288 

Bishop, Tamara G. 259 

Bishop. William C 288 

Bisig. Dorothy M 211 

Bivins. Donna K 299 

Black. Marlene D 204 

Black. Pamelia J 204 

Blackburn. Beverly K 219 

Blackburn. H. David 185. 237. 299 

Blackburn. James K 288 

Blackburn. Karen G. 310 

Blackburn, Karen L 299 

Blackburn, Kathenne 310 

Blackerby. Michael W, 180. 288 

Blackwell. Ruth W. 284 

Blackwell. Shonna R 191 

Blade. Jennifer K. 161, 171. 174, 175. 177. 

198. 259 
Btaho. Jean K 183 
Blanchard. Julie M. 211 
Blankenship, Carla 199 
Blankenship, Kimberly 214 
Blankenstein. Karla A. 217, 288 
Blanton, Carla D 310 
Blanton. Mary A 259 
Blaser. Michael H 160. 195 
Blau, Tamara J 288 
Blayney. Anne S 288 
Blecha, Edward W. 238 
Blevins. Delia R 288 
Blevins. Jane A. 213, 288 
Blevins. John D. 259 
Blevins, Jonda S 214 
Blevins. Rhonda K 167, 288 
Blevins. Stephen T 181, 299 
Bloemker. Judy A. 299 
Boaz, Patricia C 288 
Bobrow. Julie A 299 
Bocook, Lisa A 299 
Boggs, Bascil K 299 
Boggs, Rex W 299 
Bogie, Betty L 28 
Bogue. Dean Russell 150 
Bonn. Carolyn A. 189. 310 
Bohon. Vivian L 100. 185 
Bolcas, Michael A 289 
Bollinger. Tonja L 182, 299 
Bolton, Holly K 259 
Bolton. Julia A 299 
Bolton. Michael D 243, 289 
Bond, Mary K 260 
Boner, William 195 
Bonfield, Billie L. 310 
Bonfiglio, Jennifer 236 
Booker. Willie 260 
Boone. Mary K 243 
Booth. Alan D 166. 260 
Booth. Charles E. 244. 260 
Boothe. Janet F 299 
Boothe, Patricia J 310 
Bopp. William H 289 
Borders, Jennifer G 310 
Borror. Jennifer A 180, 288 
Borus, Ernest B. 244 
Boswell. Beth 221 
Botkms. Kimberly A 213, 289 
Botkins. Milderd M 310 
Bolts, Lucille 310 
Bolts. Greg 244 
Bouchard, Lynn M. 288 
Boucher. Brenda K 299 
Boughman. Paul R. 260 
Boughton, Kathleen A 104. 167. 260 
Bowdy, Mary K 160. 169. 170, 299 
Bowen. Sherry F 183. 310 
Bower. John C 299 
Bowles. Betsy K 288 
Bowles. Pamela K 180. 260 
Bowling. Sarah S 260 
Bowling, Timothy W 260 
Bowman, Amy L 199, 235. 310 
Boyd. Ashley D 195. 223. 260 
Boyd. Clifford D 260 
Boyd. Stephen C 170. 183 
Boyd, Theodore A. 289 
Boyd. Toby 260 
Bracey. Deborah M 251 
Bradford, Boniia E 260 
Bradford. Scott A 176. 260 
Bradley, James S 260 
Bradley. John R 204. 235 
Bradley. John W. 266. 260 
Bradley. Mary E. 260 
Bradley, Sheryl L. 204 
Bradshaw. Cindy E 289 
Bradshaw, Shannon L 310 
Brady. Debra A 284 
Brady, Maureen S 100, 185, 299 



Braet. Camille A 299 
Bramstedt. Jennifer L, 178 
Branch. Gary L 250. 260 
Brandenburg. Belva L 289 
Brandenburg, Connie J 289 
Brandenburg. James 186. 299 
Brandenburg, John E 299 
Brandenburg, Renee 299 
Brandenburg. Shelly L. 310 
Brandenburg, Steve 116 
Brandenburg. Susan G 299 
Branham, Mary L. 289 
Branham, Mertie A 284 
Braun. Anne W 299 
Braun. Elizabeth J 114 
Braunagel. Lois J. 310 
Bray. John K 289 
Breeze. Sherri A. 213 
Brennan. Bobbi L 310 
Brennan. Nancy M. 170. 299 
Brenner. Charles E. 237. 300 
Brent. Amy C. 300 
Bressert. Robert T. 260 
Brewer. Lucy E. 289 
Brewer. Nancy L. 284 
Brewer, Paul R. 235, 300 
Brewer, Robin M. 260 
Brian. Braden T 121. 300 
Brian. David M 310 
Brian, Shannon R 169. 170, 260 
Brindle, Kimberly A 300 
Brinley, Christopher 300 
Briscoe, Detnck L 193 
Britt. Joyce E 300 
Britton, Alan C 284 
Bntton, Natalie A. 260 
Britton. William C 175, 176, 260 
Brizendine, Neoma S 289 
Brock. Dena F 300 
Brock. Rhonda C 289 
Brock. Sandra L. 300 
Brock, Susan B 260 
Brockman. Bradley A, 300 
Brockman. David D. 300 
Brockman. Gregory S 300 
Brockwell, Sandra J 289 
Brodbeck, Mary L 289 
Brodbeck. Linay 48. 207. 289 
Brode. Brian L 195. 260 
Brooks. Gary T 289 
Brooks. Glenda M 289 
Brooks. Mary E 300 
Brooks. Richard W 121 
Brooks. Sonya M 194, 260 
Brosky. James M 240. 241 
Brotzge. Anne M 195, 289 
Brotzge, John P 310 
Broughton, Donald L. 289 
Brown. Amy L 192. 209. 300 
Brown. Anita Ann 254 
Brown, Beatrice P 289 
Brown, Bertha 181. 310 
Brown. Bobby L 289 
Brown, Brenda D. 190. 289 
Brown. Chris J. 233 
Brown. Colleen M 178 
Brown. Craig R 230. 231 
Brown. Deborah C 289 
Brown. Debra J 200 
Brown. Donya L 300 
Brown. Eric D 310 
Brown, Harry 175 
Brown, James N. Jr. 260 
Brown. Jennifer L. 207. 237. 289 
Brown. Joyce A 300 
Brown. Kenneth R 180 
Brown, Kimberly 310 
Brown, Linda C 289 
Brown. Mary B 104. 310 
Brown. Michael L 244 
Brown. Nancy R 310 
Brown, Patricia L 289 
Brown. Rebecca M. 209. 289 
Brown, Robert L. — Bos. 300 
Brown. Scherl M 310 
Brown, Stephanie G 310 
Brown. Stephen B. 289 
Brown. Teresa L 181, 260 
Brown. Thomas M 183. 289 
Brown. Walter B 289 
Brown. Jeffrey L 168 
Browning. Jeffrey S 310 
Bruce. Laura E 289 
Brueggen, Jayne M. 289 
Brumback, Lou A. 260 
Brumfield. Robert B 226 
Brummett, Donnie J 243. 289 
Brummett. Leslie K 310 
Bruner. Susan L 289 
Bruner. Christine A 310 
Bruner, Margaret J 260 
Brunson. Charles F 241, 300 
Bryan. Wendy E 186, 310 



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Bryant. Elizabeth [_. 289 

Bryant, Kathy L 310 

Bryant. Lesley G. 221 

Bryant. Martha A. 300 

Bryson, Shelly L. 208. 209 

Bubb. Bill 233 

Buchanan, Mary E. 194. 284 

Buchanan, Suzanne L 300 

Buchholtz, Joy A. 260 

Buck. Allison B. 207. 310 

Buck. Janet R. 181 

Buckle. Kenneth A. 284 

Buckley, William C. Y. 244 

Buckman, Donna M. 160 

Budzinski. Michael S. 94 

Buel, Gary D. 120. 121, 123 

Bugg. Larry A. 233 

Buirley. Leslie K 289 

Bullock, Charlotte A. 260 

Bullock. Huelan 231 

Bullock. Kimberly A. 289 

Bullock, Kathenne R. 289 

Bunch. Granville M. 284 

Bunch, Wilma A 289 

Burch. Leila R. 235 

Burch, Lori J. 300 

Burch, Mary D. 300 

Burch, Rodney G 300 

Burchell. Janice S. 233. 284 

Burchett, Johnda C. 289 

Burchett, Teresa A. 194. 260 

Burdell, Cammie M, 260 

Burden, Randy S. 261 

Burdine. Carolyn A. 181, 310 

Burgen. Butch 240 

Burger Bruce L. 310 

Burgher, Denise L 261 

Burgraff, Donna L 199. 254 

Burianek. Cynthia A. 217 

Burke, Kyle T. 160. 175. 195 

Burke, Maureen A. 169 

Burkett. Shawns L, 214 

Buckhart. Sylvia 

Burnett. Donna C. 191, 289 

Burnett, Jeffrey R 300 

Burnette, David G 261 

Burnette. Lara L. 174. 261 

Burns. Anna M 251 

Burns. Bruce A, 310 

Burris. Jill A 289 

Burt, Julie E, 310 

Burton. Doyle F 300 

Burton, Jack G 289 

Burton. Philip G, 261 

Burton, Regina L. 175. 178. 289 

Burton, Stphen L 261 

Burton. Tern J. 261 

Busch, Brian A. 261 

Buschoff. Theresa 199 

Bush. Gaye E. 160. 174. 254 

Bush. Marsha L, 180, 214 

Bush. Nancy C. 310 

Bush. Sherrie J 310 

Bushman, Tammy J. 211, 261 

Buskirn. Kim Van 310 

Busser. Daniel E 310 

Butcher. Griselda R 289 

Butcher, Jae L. 289 

Butcher. Teri L. 261 

Butler, Brent M 300 

Butler. Lane P 175. 189. 195, 261 

Butler. Laura L. 171. 175 

Buttery. Melanee A. 208. 209. 261 

Bybee, Donna G. 300 

Bybee. Linda M. 310 

Byrnside, Teresa A. 174. 181. 310 

Byron. Timothy W. 244 



Cable, James W III 226 
Cabrero. Gina M. 221. 289 
Cady. Faith E. 300 
Cahill, Bethany A. 183. 289 
Cahill, Stephen J. 300 
Cain. Angela 289 
Cain, Diana M, 300 
Cain. Regina L 191. 261 
Cains, Jackie S 217 
Caldwell. George Jr. 300 
Caldwell, Jerry 223 
Caldwell, John B. 121 
Caldwell. Joseph E. 26] 
Calhoun, Nerissa L. 310 
Calhoun, Vanessa L. 289 
Calkin. Gay L 289 
Callaway. Cynthia A. 169. 261 
Cambron, Elizabeth H 300 
Cammack, Ellen B 209. 223 
Campbell. Angela D. 300 



Campbell, Greg S 233. 261 

Campbell. Mark S. 163. 261 

Campbell. Michael G. 225 

Canada. Charles A. 125. 300 

Cann. Michal J. 310 

Cann, Teresa A. 172 

Cannon, Anna R 284 

Cannon. Kathy 180, 191. 216 

Canlrell. Adrena G. 300 

Cantretl, Kathleen M. 311 

Cantretl, Sheila C 311 

Capogna, Brian L 186 

Cappa, Tina M. 261 

Garden, Tammy K. 261 

Carey. Mancy 

Carl. Pamela K. 184 

Carlos. Jim M. 221 

Carloss, James D 224 

Carmack. Mark E 300 

Carmack. Susan L 194, 289 

Carmody. Lisa A. 214 

Carmosino. Catherine 107. 289 

Carnahan, Marketa 261 

Cams, David H, 241 

Carpenter. Bonita G 251 

Carpenter. Donald H 237 

Carpenter. Lori A 31 1 

Carpenter, Teresa A 289 

Carpenter, Vickie L. 300 

Carrel. Sandra L 108. 109 

Carrender. Lisa G. 300 

Carrico. Arch C. 170. 186. 289 

Carrico, Loretta A 261 

Carrico, Norma R. 300 

Carrier. Cathy R 207 

Carroll. Danny R 184, 300 

Carroll, David W 121. 261 

Carroll, Karen A 289 

Carruba, Selma J 175, 178. 261 

Carten. Buford J 261 

Carter, Carlene R 300 

Carter. Gary W. 235. 289 

Carter, James L. 261 

Carter. Jen L 213 

Carter. Michelle R 251 

Carter. Mike W 234. 235 

Carter. Robert T 247 

Carter. Sammie A. 233. 289 

Carter. Vicki Y. 261 

Casada, Janet L 261 

Case. Keith A 289 

Case, Sally L. 300 

Case. Trulena S 289 

Casey, David C 289 

Casey. Kevm A 289 

Casey, Norma J 300 

Casper, Anita M 104. 105 

Casper. John F 261 

Cassell, Jill P 180, 207, 289 

Casson. Diana M 261 

Castle, Ralph Y 261 

Caston, Leah S 300 

Castoro, Paula A, 214 

Catberg, Gary 178 

Catletl. Lisa A 213 

Catlett, Stacie L 207 

Cattarello, Anne M. 166. 171. 176, 177 

Caudill. Sharon G. 261 

Cecil. Donna J 48. 214, 225, 226. 261 

Cerra. Tina M 289 

Chadwell. Patricia A 186, 289 

Chaffin. Mark A. 171. 237 

Chambers, James C 94 

Champion. Donna A 181 

Champion, Samuel J. 226 

Chandler. Lisa K 261 

Chaney. George D. Jr. 198, 289 

Chapman, Jacqueline 173. 261 

Chappell, Patsy C. 284 

Charles. Kim R. 180. 197, 261 

Charles. Pamela A. 218. 219, 262 

Chavies. Lana R 181, 262 

Chavies. Linda R 175. 181, 262 

Cheap, Susan J. 181 

Chenault. Jeanne R 214 

Chenowelh, Kelly L. 224 262 

Cheong Kok Wah 176 

Cherol. Mary C. 300 

Chiang Li Lien 262 

Childers, Ben J 183, 289 

Childers. Elizabeth A. 209 

Childress, Kelly J 289 

Childs, Deborah J. 289 

Chilton. Jessica L 178 

Chisholm, Timothy 226. 227 

Chism, Kathenne E 197. 262 

Chiu, Vilma C. 262 

Choate. Stephen A. 311 

Christerson, Hazel M. 262 

Christian. Linda C. 258 

Christie, Ann R 262 

Christman. Joyce E. 181. 289 

Christopher, Laura S- 311 



Chrzczon. Gregory L, 243 

Ciconni. Michele 

Cielensky. Vicki L. 262 

Cissell. Lisa A. 300 

Clark. Annie M. 217 

Clark, Barbara L 214 

Clark, Brian S 185. 300 

Clark, Connie R 170. 289 

Clark. Cynthia L 262 

Clark, David T 300 

Clark. Deidre L. 300 

Clark, Earl L Jr 262 

Clark, Gabnele 262 

Clark, Joseph A 185 

Clark, Kathryn A 289 

Clark. Lisa G 192. 300 

Clark. Lori A. 182. 300 

Clark, Mark A. 311 

Clark, Melome K. 300 

Clark, Oneda L 311 

Clark, Paul E 121 

Clark, Tara S. 289 

Clark, Thomas G 289 

Clark, William J 290 

Clarkson. Myra E. 248. 300 

Clatos, Ruth R 198 

Clawson, Sandra R 170 

Clawson, Sondra E 284 

Clay. Charles D 241 

Claybrooks. Knsty L 212. 213 

Clayton, Kathenne J 194. 290 

Clements. Cheryl A- 290 

Clements. Stewart E 262 

Clements. Tern A. 262 

Clements. Todd M. 118, 119. 185 

Clemmons, Edward C 290 

Clendenen, Richard D 300 

Clester. Tracey W 290 

Clifton. Pamela G 181. 311 

Clifton. Robyn L 181. 187. 290 

Cline, Diane L. 290 

Cloker, Joseph 54 

Cloud. Lisa M 207 

Clubb. John M 237 

Clubb, Pamela L 236 

Clutts. David W, 300 

Cobb. Robin K 211 

Cobb, Tina M 290 

Cocanougher, Melissa 311 

Cochran. Karen L 213 

Coffey, Barbara A 173, 187, 262 

Coffey, Jennifer S 262 

Coffey, Tamara S 300 

Coffman. Steven M 290 

Coker, Donna M 284 

Cole. David G 

Cole, Debra L 

Cole. Diana L 262 

Cole. Janet L 221 

Cole. Katnna L 290 

Cole. Lacinda J 198. 300 

Cole. Robert L II 160 

Coleman, Jame:. J 290 

Coleman. Kan L 217. 311 

Coleman, Kenny 226 

Coleman, Lori A. 311 

Coleman. M. Nancy 182, 290 

Coleman. Machele A 262 

Coleman. Russell B. 237 

Collard, Todd A 262 

Collett. Regina M 144. 262 

Collier, Tammy R 311 

Collins, Christina 176 

Collins, Lora L 262 

Columbia, Dana M 191 

Colwell, Russell D. 290 

Combs, Catherine I 31 1 

Combs. Charles C. 130 

Combs. Don M. 185 

Combs, Donald G Jr 112 

Combs, Eve 1 1 1 

Combs. Gerald G- 190. 194, 262 

Combs. Jeffrey A 190 

Combs, Lisa A 31 1 

Combs. Lorenzo 125 

Combs, Robert A 290 

Combs, Suzie 184 

Combs, Tammie J 300 

Compton, Dana J 311 

Conley. Michael J 178 

Conn, Judy A 262 

Connelly. Michael K. 221. 247 

Conner. Derrick S 300 

Conniff. Nancy A 311 

Conroy. Brian C 1 12. 1 13. 185. 262 

Conway, Mary J. 300 

Cook, Denebola R 209. 311 

Cook, Jeffrey A 174. 175 

Cook, Jeffrey B 262 

Cook, Marcia Karen 262 

Cook. Selena C. 300 

Coomer, Edith B 262 

Coomer. Regina E 284 



Coomes. Micheal W 290 

Cooney, Lisa A 31 1 

Cooper. Alice M. 181. 290 

Cooper. Janet L. 262 

Cooper. Maria L. 198. 262 

Cooper, Michael T 241 

Cooper, Noel S 290 

Cooper. Tommy J 171. 180, 230, 231. 262 

Copley. Cohen E 300 

Corbett. Diane 179. 188. 300 

Corbett. Nancy J- 300 

Cornelius, Kevin R 160. 166 

Cornett. Carmen D 189 

Cornell. Carol A 24. 290 

Cornett. David W. 235 

Cornett. Faith D 262 

Cornett, Lannie G Jr. 290 

Cornett, Randy 290 

Cornell. Venetia C 290 

Cornfield. Lori M 290 

Corwin. Melanie S 75, 319 

Cosby, Patricia L 31 1 

Cosby. Ray K 238 

Cosker. Kim N 262 

Costello. Cora M 178. 262 

Costello. Pat Dr 170 

Cotton. David B 262 

Coulter, Eddie 176, 181, 263 

Coulter. Melinda L 204, 290 

Coulter, Rebecca M. 263 

Courtney, Lori J 108 

Covey, Debra A. 199 

Covington, Deborah 207. 263 

Covington, Kevin J 311 

Cowan. Clarissa 290 

Cowhig, Timothy R 160. 226 

Cox. Belinda K 209 

Cox, Jamee A. 217 

Cox. Jeanie S 263 

Cox. John T 247 

Cox, Kimberly A 263 

Cox, Rebecca L 263 

Cox. Robin L. 300 

Cox, Sharon R 191. 300 

Cox. Stacy A 194. 221 

Cox. Tern J 174. 300 

Cox. William R 263 

Coy. Kimberly C 177. 182 

Coy. Lynne 183 

Coy. Merlynne (J. 170 

Coyle. Mark D. 284 

Crabtree. Kimberly 300 

Crace. Sheila D. 236. 311 

Cradler. Lisa A. 300 

Craft. Dan 185 

Craft, David 182. 186 

Craft. Marquetta 263 

Craft, Thomas O. 224 

Craig. Kimberly C. 311 

Craig, Vivian L 311 

Craig. Wanda A 175, 194, 290 

Craig. Yvonne D 301 

Crane. Willet C 203 

Craven, Christine E 31 1 

Craven. Julia M 235, 290 

Cravens. Margie C 311 

Crawford. Laura L 165 

Crawford. Lynn M 195 

Crawford. Marshall P 24 

Crawford. Paula 284 

Crawley, Timothy B 51, 195 

Creagmile. Kathryn L 198 

Creamer. Glynn 169 

Creech, Teresa L 311 

Crenshaw. Anthony C 203, 244 

Crenshaw. June L. 301 

Cress, Opal J 311 

Cnder, Amy S 301 

Cnder, Andrea K. 290 

Cnder. Beth L 301 

Crider, Carol A 170 

Cnmm, Scott F 223. 263 

Cnsostomo. Daisy S 284 

Cnswell, Sharon L 192, 194, 224. 263 

Crocker. Veda M 251 

Crockett, Jeannette Dean 171 

Cross. Fulene K 301 

Cross. Keith A. 236 

Crouch. Jahnna L. 311 

Crouch. Pamela L 301 

Croucher. Vonda L 290 

Crowe. Michael E 263 

Crowley, Robert G 290 

Cruey, Thomas M 290 

Crum, Rose M 311 

Crum. Tammy L. 194, 263 

Crumbacker. Andy D 196 

Crumble. Kim E. 301 

Crumbie. Tanya S. 263 

Crumble. Tim L 125. 301 

Crume. Phyllis A. 263 

Crump. David A. 301 

Crump. Jeffrey L 234. 235 



Crump. Roger 226 

Crutchfield. Ronald 230, 231 

Cubbage, Lisa B. 187 

Cuccaro, Lisa A. 125 

Cuhn. Ed 125 

Culley. Audrie A. 290 

Cummings. Monica 196 

Cummins. Clarice L 381 

Cummins, David E 226 

Cummins, Dianne P. 181, 263 

Cummins. Elizabeth A 48, 170 

Cummins, Mary L 311 

Cummins, Robin A 187. 207 

Cundiff. Brian S 311 

Cundiff, Tamara A 235 

Cunningham. Charles M 1 19 

Cunningham. Shannon L 195, 211, 238 

Cunngton. Latonya M 205 

Curry. J Paul 290 

Curry. Mary F 284 

Curry. Stan 125 

Curtis. Dana E. 263 

Czor, Anne L 284 



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Dabney. Cheryl L 182, 263 

Dabney. Thomasina E. 199. 31 1 

Dailey. Gay M. 301 

Dale. Carla B 169. 290 

Dale, David M. 263 

Daley. Dawn M 311 

Dalton, Jeffrey D 263 

Dalton, John T 290 

Dalton, Lynne A. 166. 177 

Dalton, Mary F 301 

Dalton, Tracy L 301 

Daly. Don 301 

Damron. Jeffrey R. 238 

Daniel, Teresa D 290 

Daniels, Jeffrey S 94 

Daniels. Kenneth B 224. 225 

Dapper. Steven E 226 

Darland. Monte G. 263 

Darst, Gregory A 182. 284 

Darst. Kathleen M. 301 

Daugherty. Elizabeth 169. 198, 263 

Daugherty. Ellen C 170.290 

Daugherty. Emmie L. 311 

Daugherty, Marlene 31 1 

Dauzenberg, Beth L 173, 207 

Davenport. Mark E 31 1 

Davenport, Rhonda J 181 

Davidson. Anthony A 178, 194, 226. 290 

Davidson. Elizabeth A. 263 

Davidson. Frances L 177 

Davidson. Lavaun 176. 199. 263 

Davidson. Nancy L. 301 

Davidson. Tracy J. 194. 221. 301 

Davis. Delphia 181. 301 

Davis. Hugh M 121 

Davis. James W 263 

Davis. Jane E. 301 

Davis. Jeffrey W. 290 

Davis. Kerry S. 301 

Davis. Kimberly J 213, 301 

Davis. Linda L 1 10, 1 1 1 

Davis. Lynne C, 205 

Davis. Marjone E. 263 

Davis. Michelle R 311 

Davis. Stephen L 223 

Davis, Teresa R 301 

Davis. William E. 231, 263 

Davison, Kathy J. 311 

Davy, Peter A. 290 

Dawkins. Michael C. 224 

Dawson, Lawrence F 263 

Day. David T 183 

Day, Deidre J. 301 

Day. Fred E Jr. 230, 231 

Day. Jana S 169, 178 

Day. Joan W 301 

Day. Missy 214 

De Reynier, Denis 31 1 

Deacon. Samuel M. 168. 179. 188, 290 

Dean. Jeffrey L 178, 301 

Dean, Marcia L. 263 

Dean. Melinda L. 290 

Deaton, Lucian N 31 1 

Deaton. Thelma C 263 

Debell. Anne R. 181 

Deblasi. Robert M. 225 

Deboor. Paul J. 301 

Debra. Lisa 263 

Debroomen, Charlotte 301 

Decamill.s, John A. 94 

Deck. John M Jr. 235. 290 

Deck, Richard R. 301 

Decker. Andrea L 290 

Decker, Jeffery F 290 



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Decker. Kimberly R. 184 

Deel, Elizabeth A. 311 

Deel. Melissa J. 284 

Defilippo. Maria 233 

Degrella, Chuck C 223 

Deiiz, Dennis D. 301 

Delanoy. Brenda L. 221, 224. 263 

Delius, Guy F 301 

Deller, Dan R. 237. 290 

Oeluse, Nancy J. 301 

Delvizis. Thomas P 263 

Demaree. Troy A. 263 

Dempsey. Sarah L. 235 

Denham, Donna S 31 1 

Denham. Jill L. 311 

Denney. Anita E. 213 

Denney. Cheryl R 263 

Denney. Edwin L. 226 

Denney, Gayle A. 236. 301 

Dennis, Michael J 263 

Dereynier. Denise L 221 

Derringer, David L. 301 

Desmond, Michelle 160, 171. 264 

Despain, Mike L 235 

Dever, Nancy D. 290 

Devlin, Judson E 224, 225 

Devlin, Siobhan A 104 

Devroomen, Desiree C 235, 290 

Deweese. Dennis A. 168 

Dezarn. Richard 181. 290 

Dhonau, Janice L. 264 

Dhubaiban, Abdullah M. 264 

Dianas, Noel P 264 

Dick, Dwanna S 311 

Dickey, Joseph B. 230. 231 

Diennger. Craig A. 185 

Dillon. Paul G. 166. 264 

Dimm. Elizabeth T 301 

Dimond, Neil J- 160, 161 

Dimond, Theresa I. 160, 213, 290 

Dingman. Deborah M 108 

Dishman, Debbie G. 290 

Distler. Penne A. 194, 209 

Dixon, Daniel M. 264 

Dixon, David W. 94, 301 

Dixon. Gregory L 264 

Doan, Penny L, 183, 213 

Dobblmg, Kimberly L 217, 236, 237. 290 

Dobson. Chryl A. 311 

Dobson, Lisa M, 221 

Dodge. Brian R. 247 

Doegan. Kathy 169 

Doker. Paula J. 264 

Dollar. Geraldine A 290 

Domanico. Stephanie L 199, 311, 319 

Dominguez, Alejandro 80 

Dominique. Michelle B. 198, 199, 264 

Donegan. Kathy L. 191. 264 

Dorten, William R 182 

Dorton. Cathy J. 301 

Dosch. Leigh A 311 

Dosch. Robin J 183, 211. 264 

Doster. Sheri L 182, 301 

Dotson, Randy G. 301 

Dotson. Ransom E. 311 

Dotson. Tamera L. 301 

Doughty, Shyrleen E. 219. 264 

Douglas. Judy A 301 

Dowling. Mary A 264 

Downey, Claude J. 301 

Downey. Raven L 217, 238. 301 

Downing, Patricia J. 301 

Downs. Kelly D 311 

Doyle. Anna M 251 

Dozier. Kimberly K. 211 

Drees. Glenn A, 264 

Dreier, Nancy L. 213. 301 

Dressman. Monica D 301 

Dubois. David A. 112. 136 

Dudgeon. Henrietta 264 

Duff. Angela 301 

Duff. Frederick E 233. 264 

Duff. Kimberly R. 264 

Duffy. Amanda G 31 1 

Duignan, Timothy A. 116 

Dummer. Kara L. 284 

Dunaway, Bridget L. 167, 290 

Dunaway, J. Mark 234, 235, 301 

Dunbar. Victoria D 251 

Duncan, Ann T 221, 301 

Duncan, Bob 301 

Duncan, Danny L 172 

Duncan, Gary W, 290 

Duncan. Linda L. 187 

Duncan. Lori L 108 

Duncan. Mary K 301 

Duncan. Michael L. 168. 188 

Duncil. Johnny R. 311 

Dunford, Timothy L 301 

Dunlap, Bonnie S 244, 264 

Dunlap, Dave C. 180, 185 

Dunlap. Rachelle A. 213 

Dunn, Benjamin R II 31 1 



Dunn. Deborah R. 206, 207 
Dunn. Donna J. 31 1 
Dunn, Dorothy L. 264 
Dunn, Jodi E. 211. 311 
Dunn, Linda L. 301 
Dunn. Sandra C 284 
Dunn, Teresa S. 264 
Dunning, Sharon E. 198. 264 
Dunnington, Mischa K. 290 
Duplain, Farrell W. 311 
Duracka, Debbie 301 
Durham. Kelley J. 301 
Durham, Ronald D. 61. 264 
Duvall. Diane L. 189, 311 
Duvall, Timothy H 264 
Dye. Mary C. 284 
Dye. Vicki L 264 
Dyehouse. Frankie L 182 
Dyehouse. Lisa K 213, 311 
Dyer. Cara N 170. 194 



Eads, Laura J 31 1 

Eagle, Thomas G. 176. 177, 233, 264 

Eak, Tracy L 206, 238 

Early. Kim 218 

Easiey. Deborah A 214 

Easley. Melinda G 177, 264 

Easterlmg. Chene A 107 

Eastin, Charles E. II 160, 311 

Eckert, Linda E. 207 

Edmgton. Albert T. Jr 290 

Edhn. Patricia L. 311 

Edmon. James M. 180 

Edmonds. Pamela M 111,311 

Edwards. Felicia L 264 

Edwards. Jackie H 301 

Edwards. Melissa M 31 1 

Egerton, Charles F 301 

Eglian. Cynthia L. 181, 301 

Ehret. Susan L. 194 

Ehrlich, Curt A. 264 

Eisner, Scott A. 237 

Ek, Mike B. 180, 185 

Elam, Joseph M 241 

Elder, Margaret M 290 

Elder. Nancy D 311 

Elder, Nancy L. 177. 182 

Eldohan, Ismail A 264 

Elliott. Amy 31 1 

Elliott. Gina L. 301 

Elliott. Mark A 311 

Elliott. Marty D 181 

Elliott. Nancy E. 173, 264 

Elliott. Teresa A 290 

Ellis, Leveta Y 301 

Ellis. Mary H 311 

Ellis, Nazzie 311 

Ellis. William F 181. 311 

Ellison. Holly A. 290 

Elmy, Pamela L. 264 

Elswick. Clayton C 311 

Elswick. Joseph D. 301 

Embrey. Keeley J. 180. 290 

Emerson. David L. 94. 264 

Emery, Mark S 224, 284 

Emmanuel, Fred 233 

Engel, Steve M. 121, 123 

England, Diane L. 217 

England. Jennifer C 264 

Enlow. Frank 181, 312 

Ensing, Chris A. 264 

Ensor. Laura J. 160. 183. 211 

Enzie, Dean Russell 156 

Epperson, Brian K. 195 

Epperson, Laura J 138. 139, 174. 176, 177. 

264 
Erdman, Coach Rick 115, 125 
Erhardt. Lisa A. 207. 265 
Ernst, John P 247 
Ernst. Julie A, 290 
Ernst. Michael J. 16. 90, 290 
Erpenbeck, Linda L 199 
Erschell Kim L 207. 301 
Eslep, Pamela K 290 
Estepp, Tracy L. 312 
Estes, Bobby J 184 
Estes, Taren R. 221. 290 
Estill, Kristi A. 211, 265 
Etheridge. Jane E. 207, 247. 265 
Etherington. Patricia 290 
Evans. Beth A 218. 219. 226 
Evans. Edward V 1 19 
Evans. Karen L. 100. 290 
Evans, Kimberly D. 191, 290 
Evans. Lisa K. 290 
Evans. Mary A, 290 
Evans, Michelle 238 
Evans. Shawn T. 244 



Everman. Jeffrey S. 226 
Eversole. Martha S. 176 
Eversole. Virginia M 265 
Ewalt. Tamala J. 192. 285 
Ewen, Lenora F 312 
Ewen. Vickie L. 194. 301 
Eyckmans. Monica J, 290 



Falls. Steve W. 226 

Fannin. Cheryl L 291 

Fardo. Dr. Stephan W. 142, 143 

Farlow. Geri L 265 

Farmer. David P 234, 235 

Farmer. Karen A, 291 

Farmer. Michael R 265 

Farmer. Norma S 265 

Farns, Anthony E. 250. 265 

Farthing. Cheryl R 312 

Faulconer. Danny L. 265 

Faulkner. Debra E. 198 

Faulkner. Diane J 301 

Faulkner. Ricky L. 228. 229 

Faulkner. Tammy L. 176. 265 

Fawbush. Kevin S. 243. 291 

Fauver. Kirk D 312 

Fawbush. Suzanne P. 41,44, 175. 176. 177, 

187. 207. 236. 237. 265 
Fawcett, Lisa L 217 
Feagan. David A, 312 
Feger. Diane C- 301 
Feix, Derek E. 226 
Fekete. Susan L. 312 
Feldhaus, Allen L. Jr 94 
Felice. Sharon P. 312 
Feltner. Monica R, 170. 291 
Felts. Douglas R. 285 
Fennell. Barbara 291 
Felix. U E, 265 

Fentress. Timothy L 184. 186, 194 
Ferguson, Gary A 291 
Ferrill. Lois A. 191 
Fessler. Cheryl M. 180, 301 
Fessler. David F 175 
Fett. Phillip 265 
Fetzer. Robin A. 180. 291 
Fichetola, Patricia H. 285 
Fielder, Gregory K. 243, 301 
Fields, Cheryl A. 301 
Fields, Teresa A. 182 
Figlestahler, Ellen S. 301 
Fihe. John F 185 
Filicky. Jacqueline J. 174 
Filippi, Sue A. 198. 265 
Filyaw. Rosanne M. 301 
Finley. Jean E. 171, 177, 207. 265 
Finnell. Lisa J 291 
Finney. Kelly S. 116, 175 
Fischer, Bonni J. 207 
Fischer, Tony J 291 
Fish, Grover C. Ill 235. 265 
Fisher. Gary J 168. 265 
Fister, Kimberly A. 301 
Fitzgerald. Jennifer 285 
Fitzgerald, Kevin L 235 
Fiveash, Sherilyn V 107, 291 
Flannety. Ronald J 291 
Fleming. Bradford L. 291 
Fleming. Richard F 160. 237. 291 
Fletcher, Teresa L. 312 
Fleu, Frank W. 291 
Floer, Kim A 114. 115, 265 
Floer. Pamela J 1 14 
Floor, Pamela 312 
Florence. Amy L. 194 
Flowers, Laura J. 177 
Flowers. Michael D 291 
Floyd. Alisa I. 213 
Floyd. Tracye L 291 
Flynn. Melody A, 169. 291 
Fogt. June M 302 
Followell. Susan L. 199. 265 
Fonda. Naomi K. 170. 302 
Fooks, Mary F 265 
Foraker. Jennifer K 192. 285 
Ford, Lisa E. 173. 187 
Ford, Meredith 236 
Ford. Michael D. 177. 246, 265 
Ford. Scott E. 90. 302 
Ford. Trev B. 186. 302 
Foreman. Linda M 181. 196. 291 
Foreman. Melodye L, 196. 302 
Forhecz, Robin M, 104, 105 
Forward. Nancy L. 186 
Foster. Holly 126. 127 
Foster. Jill R 197. 203. 214. 265 
Foushee, Connie J. 291 
Fouts, Karen F 221. 302 
Fowler, Deborah C 181 



Fox, Gary E. 223 

Fox, Lisa E. 291 

Fox, Philipp B 186. 312 

Fox. Susan V 203. 217. 291 

Foy, Keenan T. 291 

Frable. Guy V 1 12 

Fraley, Bruce 237 

Francis. Monica L 312 

Frank. Deirdre A. 285 

Franklin. Marianne 233, 302 

Franklin. Nancy L. 312 

Fraysure. Debra A. 175. 197, 265 

Frazer. Donna M 183, 291 

Frazier. Bradley R. 302 

Frazier. Patricia A. 312 

Frazier. Shade III 237. 285 

Frederick, Joanie L 291 

Frederick. Ronald J. 184, 265 

Fredrick, Larry L. 180, 194 

Freeman, Billy B. 265 

Freeman. Diane D. 160, 312 

French, Karen L. 179. 265 

French. Leonard W 185 

French, Martin R 160, 185 

French, Ron G. 302 

Frey. Lisa A. 205 

Fries. Bud 121 

Frohn. Gary E. 119. 290 

Frost. Lisa G. 302 

Fruth. Brad W 291 

Fruth, Brian S 184. 291 

Fruth. Tracye W. 291 

Frye, Lisa A, 183 

Fryman, Cynthia J. 233. 302 

Fryman, Mark T. 215, 238 

Frymire. Anne T 214, 265 

Frymire, Elizabeth C 214, 291 

Fulcher. Katherine A. 49, 207 

Fuller. Dawn M. 265 

Fuller, Pamela K. 265 

Fulmore. Mark K. 291 

Fultz. Colleen E. 184. 302 

Fyffe. Karen 285 



Gabbard. Danny K. 233. 265 

Gabbard, Ramona B 178 

Gadd. Sheryl 302 

Gadrow, Barbara A. 312 

Gaier. Amy E 173. 177 

Gaier. Catherine A, 182, 291 

Gaines, Delia L. 312 

Gaines. Donna K, 291 

Gaiser, Steven W 312 

Gale, Dean David 140 

Galloway. Scott T 291 

Galloway. Tamara L. 182 

Gambrel, James F 302 

Gambrell, Sherri D 192 

Gammon. Angela S. 183. 198. 265 

Gammon, Kathleen M, 312 

Gandolfi, Gina M, 265 

Gant, Duwayne L. 183 

Gant. Keith H. 250 

Gant. William P 237. 312 

Garback. Mark W 302 

Gardner. Amy L. 171. 203. 207, 265 

Gardner. Rebecca L. 160. 186, 236. 291 

Garland. Richard D. 170. 181, 291 

Garner, Gregory M 291 

Garrett. Aretha C. 251 

Garrett. Jane E. 291 

Garrett. Paula R, 111 

Gash. Deborah G 199 

Gash, Gregory T 302 

Gash, Miriam J 265 

Gaston. Leah 233 

Gath, Jennifer G. 211 

Gaudell, Kevin 312 

Gavin, Mary E 104 

Gaw, Melinda S 312 

Gaw. Melissa A 160, 207, 291 

Gay, Reginald J 265 

Gay, Teresa J. 291 

Gay, William T. 312 

Gaylord, Tyra D. 177, 183. 291 

Gearing. Julia K. 194. 302 

Gehringer, Cheryl A 191. 291 

Geiger. Jay B 166, 266 

Geist. Kathleen L 178, 266 

Gensheimer. John P 312 

Gensheimer. Teresa L. 285 

Gentry, George E 229 

Gentry, Paula M 235 

Geoghegan. Betty J. 291 

Geoghegan. Nancy C. 266 

George. Jeannie 266 

George. Keith A. 266 

George. Rachel D. 291 



Gex, Shelly L. 180. 302 

Ghanayem. David J. 119 

Giambattista, Scott 231. 291 

Gibbs. Brian S. 180. 203, 235. 291 

Gibbs, Cynthia L 214 

Gibson, Betty J 181. 312 

Gibson. Charles H, 119. 178. 185, 266 

Gibson. Dean 136 

Gibson. Marian L. 182, 291 

Gigandet. Bruce A. 266 

Gilbert. Cheryl L. 223 

Gilbert. Kimberly J 213. 217 

Gilbert, Melissa A. 302 

Gilbert. Tamela G, 183. 199. 312 

Gilbert, Tracy L 302 

Gilchrist. John M 125 

Giles, Kathryn A. 221 

Gilkey. Michael W 291 

Gill, John A. 166, 291 

Gill. Melissa D. 291 

Gill. Sally J 198. 266 

Gillespie. Charlotte 108. 203 

Gillespie, Kevin C. 237. 291 

Gilman, Kent 194 

Gilreath. Amy S. 167. 302 

Girg. Robin E. 312 

Girten. Julie L. 214. 266 

Gisler. Dana L. 181. 312 

Giuffre. Karen A. 180. 266 

Glaesser. Kirsten 312 

Glass, Kathryn T. 302 

Glass, Sharon L. 196. 266 

Glatthaar. Angela L 196, 233. 302 

Glenkler. Dawn M. 291 

Glover. Kenneth 124. 125. 229 

Gnau. Robin L. 167 

Gnepper, Laura A. 199, 243, 302 

Goatley. Paula A. 207. 235 

Gockel. Nancy J, 302 

Goddin. Lynn H. 213 

Goeing. David B 193 

Gohmann. Karen A 175. 291 

Goins. Henry Jr. 291 

Goins. Steven A, 236. 237 

Goldey, Anna J. 182. 211, 302 

Goldner. David E. 266 

Goldston, Michael E. 116 

Gooch. Jan L. 302 

Good. Dorsey H. Jr. 302 

Goodall. Cheryl R. 167 

Goode. David S. 312 

Goode. Joan R 221, 302 

Goode. Kathy L. 143. 171. 177 

Goodin, Lisa C 100, 291 

Goodin. Patrick 186, 244 

Goodman. David B 235 

Goodman. Gina E. 198. 266 

Goodman. Rhonda M. 207 

Goodwin, Chris 125 

Goodwin. Kirk A. 229 

Goodwin. Tammy L 302 

Gorrell. Jonna B 3 1 2 

Gorrell. Susan R 291 

Gorsuch. David L, II 312 

Goss. Scot E 176. 177. 266 

Goulet. Gregory J 176, 266 

Graber, Mark A. 302 

Grace. Terri L 302 

Graese, Karen B 302 

Graham. Douglas P 266 

Graham, Kathy L. 302 

Graham. Lisa J. 126, 127 

Graham, Margaret J 312 

Graham. Mary B 302 

Graham. Ricky E, 302 

Graham. Sandra L. 291 

Graham, Susan L- 153, 166. 266 

Graman. Keith B 291 

Gramig. Keith A. 182. 302 

Grant. Douglas W. 291 

Grau. Jenifer A. 221. 312 

Gravely. Dennis E. 312 

Gray, Belinda S 172. 302 

Gray. Melinda A. 302 

Gray. William E. Ill 291 

Graybar. Ruth F 172. 176 

Greb. Susan L. 221. 266 

Green. Gladys R 312 

Green. Gwendolyn 302 

Green. Jill R. 176, 266 

Green. Julie A. 211. 285 

Green. Pamela M 266 

Green. Sandril L 291 

Greene. Carl K. 266 

Greene, John S. 312 

Greene. Sharon 291 

Greenhill, Stephanie 302 

Greenwell, Diane 170 

Greenwell. Don Dr 170 

Greenwell. Larry R 28, 179, 194. 291 

Greenwell, Lynda L. 266 

Greenwell. Paul G 193. 291 

Greer, Delorice M. 302 



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Greeves, Randy 180 

Gregory. Susan E. 211. 236 

Greves. Randy E. 291 

Gribbins. Cleo T. 181, 312 

Grider. Mary F 47. 291 

Grider. Sheila A 291 

Grider. Sheila K. 182 

Griffin, Brigitte Y. 203. 205. 302 

Griffin. Jackie S. 256 

Griffith. Carla S. 176. 184, 266 

Griffith. Gregg L 266 

Griffith. Harry W, 291 

Griffith. Johnny W. 291 

Griffith. Kenneth 178 

Griffith. Kimberly J. 266 

Grim, David H. 235 

Grimes. Janis 199 

Grise. Martha Dr. 170 

Grisham, Michael J. 184 

Griswold. Jenny E 214 

Gritton. Sherrie T 312 

Grogory. Susan E 266 

Gross. John D. 203. 243. 302 

Gross. Dr. Rodney 130 

Grotke. Esther L. 266 

Grubb. Sherri L. 303 

Grubbs. Kimberly D 266 

Gruber. Vicki L. 208. 209. 233 

Gue, Lucretia S. 302 

Guess. Martha J. 214. 291 

Guffey. Randall K. 302 

Guffey, Sandra G. 266 

Guinn, Gene S. 266 

Gullett. Debbie L. 291 

Gumm. Deborah K. 180. 230. 231 

Gump. John 173 

Gunnigfe. Scott D 195, 292 

Gunter, Kevin 302 

Guss. Amy J. 149. 174. 176. 266 

Gustin. Michelle S 302 

Guthier, Diane M. 170 

Guttndge. Christy L. 292 



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Haake. Lori 302 
Hack. Mary K. 302 
Hackel. Angela M. 292 
Hacker. George M. 160. 237, 255 
Hacker. Kathy R 178, 266 
Hacker, Sidney C. 266 
Hackney. Jane E 312 
Haddix. Jennifer S. 302 
Haden. Keith T 112. 180, 266 
Hagan. Anita M. 180. 302 
Hagan. Christopher M. 267 
Hagan. Freda A. 100. 292 
Hagan. Joy L 48. 214. 233 
Hagan. Teresa A. 292 
Hagans. Barbara E 251 
Hager. Julie M. 219 
Haggerty. Kevin M. 255 
Haghnazar. Abbas K. 267 
Haines. Jivonda C. 267 
Hairston. Edward V. 83. 84 
Halbauer. Christine 214 
Halcomb. Teresa J. 292 
Hale, Jacqueline 221 
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Mahterwein, Shelly R 305 

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Ward Harry Ci ?B I 

Ward. Belinda K 163. 172. 281 

Bell E 214 
Ward. Chrisn R. ?I4 
Ward, Deborol 
Ward. Donna S. 297 
Ward Michael R 281 
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Ward, Paula 281 

Ward. Randy J 297 

Ward. Teresa A 316 

Ware, Carl C 247 

Warford. Debra A 28! 

Warner, James W- 168, 281 

Warren. Genniver L 173, 175.281 

Warren, James A 308 

Warren, Kim 231. 281 

Warwick. David B 231. 281 

Wash. Mioeka C 317 

Washko. Anna M 282 

Waters. Connie M 221 

Waters. Connie M 221 

Waters. Tracie R 287 

Watkins, Bereda 282 

Watkins, Bill K 175 

Watkins, Jennifer Y. 204 

Watkins, Neville M 237, 308 

Watkins, Tony L 181. 282 

Watson. Bruce W 297 

Watson, Jen L 181 

Watson, Maryann 224 

Watters, Benjamin S 282 

Walters. Jodi L 180. 211 

Watters. Rebecca L 282 

Watts, Donna R 217 

Watts, Harry Jr. 233 

Watts. Rebecca A 181. 282 

Watts. Sarah R. 198 

Weatherby. Lance 160. 282 

Weathers. William A 180 

Weaver. John B 297 

Weaver, Teresa K 317 

Webb, Jan 308 

Webb. Kathy A 297 

Webb. Kimberly A 308 

Webb, Lee A 308 

Webb, Melissa A 308 

Webb, Susan M 221 

Webb, Susan R 213, 287 

Webb. Tawana F 205 

Weber. Lynn D 191. 297 

Webster, Kenneth G 233. 298 

Webster. Regena A 308 

Webster. Sandra A 298 

Webster. Todd A 308 

Weddle. Madonna J 298 

Weddle, Rhonda L 217, 298 

Wegenast, Karen E 282 

Wegner, Susan J 1 08 

Wehrman, Philip J 116 

Wehrman. R Barry I 16 

Weidle. Jamie J 317 

Weigel. Mary E 207. 298 

Weigel. Molly A 207, 298 

Weihe. Brad 233 

Wersman. William L 161. 317 

Weiss. David A 179, 298 

Welch. Frederick P II 233. 308 

Welch. John A 182 

Welch. Lauren L 172. 257 

Wells. Carl N. 317 

Wells. Dwayne 226 

Wells. Jennifer L 178 

Wells. Ladonna J 317 

Wells, Sondra L 214 

Wells, Suzanne H 183, 199, 203, 211, 282 

Wells, Thomas D 282 

Wentworth. Susan R 170, 171. 176. 177. 

190. 282 
Wermuth. Tina L 100. 282 
Wernery, Elizabeth A 194 
Wernery, Timothy J 222 
West, Chris A 247 
West, Deborah A 166. 179. 282 
West. Gloria B 298 
West. Nina K 282 
Westerman. Jennifer A 184. 298 
Wethinglon. Debra K 317 
Wetzel, Stephanie A 308 
Whaley. Anthony D 203, 226 
Wharton. Yolonda. R 251 
Wheatley. Carol E 182. 317 
Wheeler. Alan H 282 
Wheeler, Beverly L 170, 213, 308 
Wheeler, Darlene S 308 
Whigham. Marcia L 251 
Whiles. Tamara K 298 
Whilaker, David J 298 
Whitaker. Jeffery K 298 
Whitaker, Karen 298 
Whitaker, Vera M 282 
Whitaker, Margaret P 181 
White. Angela L 317 
White. David R 171. 184. 237. 282 
While. Dons H 282 
While. Hoik M 308 
While. James A 193 
While. Janelle 170. 182, 309 
While, Larry D 125 
While, Marianne C. 282 
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White. Missy 217 

White. Monisa R. 127. 282 

White. Nathan 123. 282 

White. Philip H 170, 298 

White, Ronnie 226 

White. Rick 125 

White. Sonya F 282 

White. Steven J 298 

White. Wanda A 282 

Whitehead. Phyllis L 203. 209 

Whitehouse. Michael P 241 

Whitenack. Angela M 169 

Whitley, Kim D 167, 177. 282 

Whitson, David W 112. 298 

Whitson. Derek A 112. 113, 317 

Whitson, Sheri L 298 

Whitson. Steven K 161, 175. 177. 282 

Whitt. Debra L 211. 298 

Whitt, Ginny L. 309 

Whitt, Robert E 298 

Whitworth. Laurie A. 198, 282 

Whonsetler. Lisa A 219 

Wicker. Andrea F 309 

Wicker. Dana L 298 

Wicker, Paul E 298 

Widener, Charlotte L 298 

Widmann. Debbie I 238 

Wientjes. Elizabeth M 173. 282 

Wieschhoff. Cathyanne 190 

Wigger, Helen L 298 

Wigger. Ronald L 114. 222 

Wilbert, Mary J 221 

Wilder. Elizabeth A 317 

Wilder. Karen M 282 

Wilder. Lonnie H 298 

Wildermuth, Barbara L 111, 317 

Wiley. Janene K 317 

Wiley, Jolene F 317 

Wiley, Mark S. 282 

Wiley. Susan L 192. 309 

Wiley. Vickie J. 309 

Wilfert. Julie A 207. 236 

Wilham. Lisa M 298 

Wilhoit, Cathy H 317 

Wilhoite. Vickie L 282, 309 

Wilkerson, John D 231. 298 

Wllklns. Mary E 187 

Will. Susan L 206. 207 

Will. Tracy A 298 

Williams. Lewis 160 

Williams. Amy J 309 

Williams. Ann S 298 

Williams. Beverly K 282 

Williams, Brenda G. 282 

Williams, Brian O 282 

Williams. Diana R 238, 309 

Williams, Elizabeth A 298 

Williams, Ella L 248. 298 

Williams. Frances C 251, 309 

Williams. Gary E 298 

Williams. Linda G 181 

Williams, Linda L 309 

Williams. Mary E 298 

Williams. Melinda L 173. 199. 283 

Williams. Pamela S 184, 236, 282 

Williams, Patricia C 287 

Williams, Paula C 309 

Williams Paula K 190 

Williams, Rebecca A 194 

Williams. Rhonda L 217 

Williams, Roberts E 251. 317 

Williams. Sheila A. 244, 309 

Williams, Theresa M 317 

Williamson, Charles B 179.298 

Williamson. Jeff 309 

Williamson. Louella 180. 283 

Williamson. Susan L 217 

Willlnghurst. Chen M 221, 224 

Willis. Donna F 298 

Willis. Sandy 224. 298 

Willis. Sherri L 176 

Willmes, Jeanne A 283 

Willoughby, Alberta G. 179 

Willoughby. Bobby G 181 

Willoughby, Mark T. 283 

Willoughby, Tom L. 309 

Wills. Monica D. 287 

Wilmers. Teresa K. 283 

Wilsby. Jon 160 

Wilsby. Jon 196 

Wilson, Alan F 309 

Wilson, Ann E. 208. 209. 244. 309 

Wilson. Beverly J 298 

Wilson. Deana C 195. 235. 283 

Wilson. Deborah S 298 

Wilson. Denise A 204 

Wilson. Elizabeth J 163 

Wilson. Gavin L 309 

Wilson. Gregory A 223. 298 

Wilson. Jackie I 283 

Wilson, James R. Jr 246. 247 

Wilson. Jay 231 

Wilson, Kenny E. 94. 125 



Wilson, Kimberly E. 194. 283 

Wilson. Lisa L. 283 

Wilson, Lori A. 298 

Wilson. Melissa H 223 

Wilson. Michael D 283 

Wilson, Nancy E. 309 

Wilson. Patrick A 231 

Wilson. Richard T Jr. 283 

Wilson. Ricky A. 309 

Wilson. Robert D. Jr. 287 

Wilson. Robin L 214 

Wilson. Scott A. 74. 319 

Wilson. Stuart 172 

Wilson. Tari J 191 

Wilson. Denisa Ray 244 

Wilt, Janet L. 140. 176, 177. 198, 283 

Wimsatt, James G. 298 

Wimsatt, Lesa M. 207 

Wimsatt, Mary J 298 

Wimsatt. Tracl A. 171. 195. 207. 283 

Winebrenner. Laura A. 186. 188, 317 

Winger. Rachel A 221 

Wlninger. Mellane S 172, 283 

Winkle. Pamela C 192. 309 

Winkler, Margaret D 283 

Wira. Julie A. 182. 203. 208. 209. 309 

Wise. Cynthia A 213. 298 

Wise. Jerald A. 222 

Wise. Keith T 118. 119 

Wiseman. Darryl A 283 

Wisnicky, Yvonne M. 189, 199. 298 

Wissmann. Karen A 317 

Wisznlewskl. Lisa M, 198, 317 

Withers, Vicky L 309 

Witherspoon. Elizabeth 184. 298 

Withrow. Daniel C 216. 238 

Witt. Vicki L. 309 

Wittmann, William R 283 

Witzerman, Michael A 91 

Woehler. Michael A 121, 123. 283 

Woelfel. Wendy L 217. 317 

Wolf, Peggy E 107 

Wolfe. Connie L 298 

Wolfe. Ron Dr. 170 

Wolfe, Susan E 187 

Wolfford. Amy J 317 

Wolford. Aneida M 183 

Wolford, Bruce Dr 152 

Wolfram, Laura 309 

Wolfzorn. David E 309 

Wolnitzek, Lisa M 203. 213 

Womer. Sherri L 298 

Wood. Jennifer L 189. 298 

Wood, Lloyd T. 283 

Wood. Melinda J 192. 217. 309 

Wood. Ward W. 195 

Woodall. John C 190. 235 

Woodard, Teresa B 251, 309 

Woodard, Vicki L 104. 298 

Woodndge, Vickie 298 

Woods. Brenda L 168. 283 

Woods. Erwin R 238, 283 

Woody. Edward M 237 

Wooldridge. Jamie L. 317 

Wooldndge. Vickie L 191 

Woolum. Tuck 73. 78, 80. 87. 89 

Woosley. Walter S 298 

Wooton. Kathleen 199. 283 

Worthington, Shawn R 309 

Wortman. Sharee M 160, 163. 309 

Wright. Barbara L 283 

Wright, Bennie 180, 298 

Wright, Beth 203. 221 

Wright, Lemuel D. 317 

Wright. Robin W 283 

Wrobleskl. Jim M 121 

Wulleumier, R.B 194 

Wynn, Kelly B 203. 224 

Wyrick. Krista L 181. 298 



Yagodich. Josephine 283 

Yancey, Glenna E 180 

Yang. Mingtien. 282 

Yates. Cheryl A 184, 309 

Yates. Cynthia L 175. 176. 197. 283 

Yates. John H. 180 

Yates. Lisa M. 317 

Yates. Patricia A 298 

Yates, Rebecca L 317 

Yeary. Jacqueline 298 

Yeary, Timothy L 309 

Yeast. Nicky R 80. 84. 89 

Yeaste. George E 298 

York. Darrell K 283 

York. Donna J. 181 

York, Jeff R 298 

York. Karen D 298 

York, Theresa R 182, 283 



York, Walter L. 309 
Young, Douglas W. 178 
Young, Gina L. 317 
Young, Janet M 298 
Young, Janice A 182. 217 
Young. Kelly H. 181. 309 
Young. Owen A 298 
Young, Sharon J 217 
Young, Steven L. 283 
Young, Vincent M. 185 
Young. Becky 221 
Younkman. Judith L. 236. 283 
Yount. Kathryn 283 



Zacholski. Richard D 172, 177, 283 
Zeller, Sonya K 221 
Zellner, Gregory A- 309 
Zerkle, Kerry L. 221. 236 
Ziarowski, Daniel V 309 
Ziegelmeyer, James J 1 70. 283 
Z.egler. Elizabeth J. 283 
Ziegler, Joan M, 317 
Ziegler. Susan L 182. 317 
Zirkelbach. Karen L 317 
Zirnheld. Rhonda L. 309 
Zolla, Patty A. 287 
Zoller, Jeffrey R. 309 
Zottman, Tommy L. 240. 283 
Zweifel. Mark W 298 
Zweigart. Suzanne L. 207 



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Specifications 

The 1983 Milestone was prepared by the students of Eastern Kentucky 
University and printed by offset lithography by Delmar Printing Company, 
Charlotte, North Carolina. 

The paper stock is 80 pound Wesvaco Sterling Gloss Enamel. 

The cover is an original design skiver, with debossed design, and gold foil 
stamping. 

The standard type face is korinna. Cutlines are set in eight point with one 
point leading. Body copy is 12 point with two point leading. 

Cameras used to photograph activity pictures for both four-color and 
black and white included Nikon (35 mm) and Hasselblad {2Va\2.Va). Lenses 
used ranged in focal length from 24mm to 500mm. Senior and underclass 
portraits were photographed by Yearbook Associates, Miller Falls, Massa- 
chusetts. 

Press run was 7,500 copies. 

Special Thanks 

There were many people who made contributions to this book in one 
way or another. Special thanks go to: Gene McLean of The Lexington 
Herald Leader for his original story "The Making Of A Champion;" Bill 
Stoess, Becky Alexander, and Greg Whalen of Delmar Publishing for their 
continued support and Southern hospitality; Larry Bailey for his trust and 
reassurance; Donald R. Feltner, Vice President of Public Affairs for his 
continued dedication; Don Rist for his creative suggestions and comic 
relief; everyone in Public Information; Paul Lambert and his obedient troop 
of student photographers; contributing photographers Greg Hunt, Eric 
Schindelbower, and Don Wallbaum; Deana Moore, alias super staffer, for 
her innovative layout ideas; Melissa Deal for her work on the Academic 
Section; Kevin Grimm for his cartoon; Sheri Mivelaz and Linda Steele for 
their input on the Greek Section; Yubi the cat; and the entire cast of Leave It 
To Beaver. 

Editor's Note 

Looking back now it seems ludicrous that the most essential part of my 
life, and most of my friends' lives, was not the education we attained here, 
but rather the fun we had. Someone once told me that our's is a generation 
of fun seekers — "If it's not fun forget it!" So it was no surprise that at times 
Richmond looked like a big nursery school. 

There were moments when 1 couldn't imagine what 1 would do after 
leaving. Every student had them; those little darts of fear when you don't 
know if you can stand being an insurance salesman, or an accountant, or 
husband-and-father after four years at Eastern. 

In the book you just looked at, we had 328 pages in which to portray one 
year in the life of Eastern well enough so that ten years from now you can 
pick up your 1983 Milestone and relive not only one year at Eastern, but 
your entire college experience. I think we did it.