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ggies guide national group, tour
"Well, for the most part people general-
ly think we're just a bunch of goat ropers,
sitting around dipping snuff and chasing
cows," said Joel Lanier, president of the
Aggie Club and a senior agriculture
business major from Midland.
Carter Scott, Aggie Club member and a
This page: top left - Brent Carpenter
evaluates Allen Farm animals as he
would in a judging meet,' top right -
Before mounting her horse sophomore
Fara Pase checks the saddle's cinch: bot-
tom - Aggie club members and sponsors.
junior general agriculture major from
Sweetwater, agreed with Lanier's descrip-
tion of the club's image. "Most people
think we're just a bunch of old cowboys,"
he said, "and that is almost true. But . . .
we accomplish things."
One of those accomplishments was rais-
ing funds to support the animal judging
team and to finance banquets, Lanier said.
The first such fund-raising project was
the club's October sale of hams purchased
from Gooch Packing Co. The club
switched from pork to goat Oct. I6 and
helped sponsor the "Roast the Rams"
barbecue at the Allen Farm before the
Angelo State University football game.
The Aggie Club acted as host for the
first open horse show for junior and senioi
divisions in Abilene. The people whose
horses won received belt buckles.
The club also was host of the National
Block and Bridle Tour Feb. 2 for the
Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and New
Mexico regions. Most major southwesterr
universities participated in the tour of ma-
jor ranches, veterinary clinics, breeding
farms and stockyards in this area.
"Overall," Lanier said, "this has been
the most successful year in about three
FRONT ROW - Lisa Butler, Larry Martin, Sandra Tetreault, Sammy Bradley, Brad Stuart, Chuck Milner, Carter Scott, Charlie Singleton, Kendall Young, Janie
Swann. ROW 2 - Dr. Keith Justice, Darrell Stewart, Brent Carpenter, Chuck DuBose, Bruce Bailey, Mike Brass, Phil Donaldson, Pam Neathery. ROW 3 - Dr. Ed-
win DuBose, Britt Stuart, Sid Sawyer, Jennifer Johnson, Annetta Jones, Danny Nutt, Joel Lanier, Debbie McClung, Alisa Willis, Dr. Ed Brokaw, Dr. F. M. Churchill
ROW 4 - Don Johnston, Doug Smithson, Lori Zirkle, Grant Sanduskey, Bill Dickerson, David Autry, Harold McDonald, Monty Mclnturff, Schuyler Wight, Mikc