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Alumni will share their expertise on topics such as sports, medicine and business with Brigham Young University students as part of the Honored Alumni Lecture Series Thursday, Oct. 19, at 11 a.m.

Visits by the 12 alumni are sponsored by the Student/Alumni Association and ASBYU as part of homecoming week activities.- Rodney J. Brown, head of the Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences at Utah State University, will speak on, "Much More Than Living," in 446 Martin Building. He is a 1972 graduate.

- John W. Bone, principal of Westridge Elementary School in Provo, will address the education students on "The Need for Cooperative Planning and Education Reform-Partnership-Planning-Restructuring" in 115 McKay Building.

Bone graduated from BYU in 1978 with a doctorate in education.

- Melvin R. Nichols, president and chief executive officer of DOWL Inc., will speak on "Practical Insights Into Engineering You May Not Learn in School" in the Joseph Smith Building Auditorium. Nichols graduated in 1972.

- Annaley Naegle Redd, wife of Charles Redd for whom the BYU Charles Redd Center for Western Studies is named, will speak on "Reminiscences of a Ranch Wife" in 1100 Smith Family Living Center. Annaley Redd was partner in the Redd family ranch in La Sal, San Juan County. She graduated in 1938.

- Jay P. Morgan, principal of Jay P. Morgan photography, will address fine arts and communications students in the Madsen Recital Hall, Harris Fine Arts Center. His lecture, "Establishing a Look With Your Art; Carving a Niche in the Market," is the result of years of experience working for such large organizations as Columbia Pictures, Warner Brothers Records and Disney. Morgan graduated in 1982.

- Elder Marlin K. Jensen of the First Quorum of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will speak in 2084 Jesse Knight Humanities Building. "A Book, A Book" will be the title of his lecture.

Jensen graduated in 1967.

- Judge Michael L. Hutchings of the 3rd Circuit Court in Salt Lake City will give a lecture entitled "My Perspectives as a Trial Judge" in 303 Clark Law Building. The former prosecuting attorney for West Valley City graduated in 1979.

- W. Brandt Brooksby, senior vice president of finance and administration for Tab products, will address management students in 151 Tanner Building. His lecture, entitled "Your Business Life in the '90s"

will reflect his own experiences as an innovator in his field. He graduated in 1959.

- Lucie Ann Campbell Jarr, who graduated in 1984, will address the topic, "Nursing: A Profession of Opportunity and Growth," in 270 Kimball Tower. Jarr is a licensed child-nurse clinical specialist and a diabetics nurse clinician at the Primary Children's Medical Center in Salt Lake City.

- Blauer L. Bangerter, who played football for BYU before he graduated in 1951, will speak on "The Nature and Destiny of Education and Sports and the Physical Educator." Bangerter is an emeritus professor at BYU whose specialty is in kinesiology and biomechanics. Bangerter, who invented the Digit Exerciser, will be in 271 Richards Building.

- James H. Nelson, director of DataChem Inc. in Salt Lake City, will speak on "Environmental Issues in the '90s." His address will be given 250 Eyring Science Center. Nelson graduated in 1964.

- Bruce L. Olsen will speak in 375 Wilkinson Center. His address, "From the Housetops," will reflect his experience as editor of the Daily Universe and student body president at BYU as well as his current position with the LDS Church. He is managing director of the Public Communi-ca-tions/Special Affairs Department.