Angelo State University - Rambouillet Yearbook (San Angelo, TX)

 - Class of 1970

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Other Miss ASU finalists include juniors Diana Block, rep- resenting Pi Kappa Alphag Sandra D'Andrea, Alpha Epsilon's nominee, Jan Henderson, representing Delta Sigma Pig and senior Jerry Johnston, a nominee of the XGI Club. Mr. ASU candidates include seniors Alan Kelley, Press Club's nomineeg Billy Ratliff, representative of Lambda Tau Sorority, Bobby Sims, Women's Residence Hall Association nomineeg and Jack Srader. Delta Sigma Pi representative. 3' i 5 .NA Qs. X. , gf , ,N - X, X, is st XX ps. is GQXFXL-4 'sbt x' , ,- x x . A A- Miss Pietzsch, hailing from Roscoe, is an English major. Mr. and Miss ASU are Bobby Menchaca and Frances Pietzsch Menchaca is a physical education major from Christoval. ASU finalists include Sandra D'Andrea and Bobby Sims. Jerry Johnston and Billy Ratliff also hail as Candidates. ,. ' 1 if A- , .xx Jack Srader and Jan Hendeison also are nominees for the honor. ASUSA members Diana Block and Alan Kelley are finalists. 'Standin Proud in 969' Is Theme For A-State Homecoming Activities l Pride '69 rings out with solid mean- ing as A-State's Student Association an- nounces the theme for this year's HOME- COMING set for Nov. 1. A full week of activities finaled by a victory game and announcement of Homecoming Queen Diana Block is kicked off as the ASUSA challenges the faculty to a flag football game with the students winning and some of the faculty members aching. Monday is designated Blue Day and also is the day of final election of queen. Coeds vying for the title are Marsha Behrens, Diana Block, ,lan Henderson, Empress McFarland, Sara Trigg, Nancy Fraser and Martha Jordan. "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" are among several features of the film festival on Tuesday. A mock cemetery, built by the Angelettes features graves of the Tarle- ton Texans who fall to a 40-14 defeat on Saturday. Students and ex-students alike take part in the annual function. Q UQ T i f'7T?'P': 'jalgigf' 5 ,. 5 Qui'-"'Ti,S M5-Nix. -.,-' 1- 1,-5 .,:,.,y,L .1-. sq., Homecoming Queen Diana Block receives crown, roses, and queen's trophy at halftime. Dwight Burns 1151 is caught by a Camera seconds before a hand-off during the ASU-Tarleton game. ,fav- Jim Kinney expresses his sympathy for the Tarleton Texans who face the Rams. About 180 students view ASU's first film festival which featured "Dracula," the "Road- runner," and others. 'kfsf - l A S Tv 'ik' My .,,. - M vga!! . ' X I sg A 'Yeti iw I Alan Kelley and Max Bumgardner exhibit their skills as the faculty falls 26-16. Fred Moore and Diana Block man the ballot box as finalists for Homecoming Queen are elected from a slate of 19 candidates nominated by various on-campus organizations. I J? X Q tudents Share In Happenin s Much planning and work go into having a successful Home- coming, or so finds the Student Association and various organi- zations who participated in spirit-building acts during Home- coming Week. Approximately 50 units take part in the annual parade, in- cluding nine club-sponsored floats. The winning float yields 3100 for Pi Kappa Alpha. A mourners' march, bonfire, Winter Carnival, and band dance set the mood of Halloween and Homecoming Eve. W ' , pw. P-L. f,,,,Mf'i"""M Students march on from the Student Center to the twin dorms. Jan Henderson, Delta Sigma Pi nominee, finds that minutes prior to the crowning have a way of crawling by slowly. X l X..- , V rl . I x -.Lai BSU students find constructing a float quite a challenge. Marsha Behrens, Lambda Chi Alpha nominee, sits atop her convertible awaiting the halftime activities. Many students take out their aggressions at the camival. Q i - 3 Q l i L With the announcement of the winner moments away, Nancy Fraser, Lambda Tau nominee and Bill Crouch stand patiently. Parade, Game Hi hli ht Event Kicking off the big day is the annual parade in downtown San Angelo headed by such dignitaries as Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Vincent, Senator and Mrs. Pete Snelson and Representative Forrest A. Harding. A meeting of the Exes under the presidentship of Marvin Dierschke of Wall follows the parade bringing together past SAC, ASC and ASU members. The game-Rams v. Tarleton Texans-combined with the halftime event fill the afternoon as Diana Block, Wall junior speech major, is crowned Homecoming Queen and the Rams battle for their seasonls fifth win, scuffing the Texans 40-14. A dance by the music of the Sparkles ends the week. Lambda Chi Alpha members pull their second-place float down Beauregard Street. - - - 5 x -'M-Wf"'s .K 2. 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I ' Men's Hi-Rise Dorm nominee Sara Trigg pro- Diana Block, Angelette nominee, receives the crown and trophy from President Vincent and for- ceeds with her escort onto the field. mer Homecoming Queen Sandra D'Andrea as escort Marshall Huling looks on. An estimated 10,500 spectators turned out to view this year's Homecoming halftime and game in which the Rams rallied 40-14. on Q-.J . .n We . aww mi 1 'Qi :QQ 7 li .dm W .f , i 5 1 :Ska-J I S - -.:.m:s.:.Q.,-,.11..V.,.. ... .2 t W, Mistletoe Ball Sees Two ominees Crowned Mistletoe Belle and Beau With "Peace,' as its theme and a 12- foot flocked Christmas tree decorated with white doves, butterflies, velvet fruit, and packages, the annual MISTLETOE BALL attendees danced to music by Felecity. a group from Dallas. Named at this event, Martha Jordan and Bobby Menchaca are now reigning as Mistletoe Belle and Beau. Miss ,lor- dan is the Pi Kappa Alpha nominee and Menchaca represents the Women's High Rise Residence Hall. Belle and Beau selections are made from a field of ten finalists. Besides the winners, those vying include Billy Rat- liff, the senior nominee of Delta Sigma Pi and Bill DeMent, a sophomore repre- senting the sophomore class. Other Beau candidates are Marvin Schultz, the ju- nior nominee of Pi Kappa Alpha, and Bobby Sims, senior representative of Lambda Tau sorority. Belle candidates include juniors Deb- by Day, representing the Women's High Rise Residence Hall and Maryann Stephens, the Angelettes' selection. Others are Delta Sigma Pi candidate Jan Henderson and XGI Association candi- date ,lerry Johnston. 'ltr'-I f?X , T.m.g., R. to I.. Bobby Sims. Maryann Stephens, Marvin Schultz. Billy Ratliff, Jerry Johnston, Bobby Menchaca, Jan Henderson, Bill DeMent, Debby Day Dr. Lloyd Vincent. of as 'gt 22 new . ,. 9-456, f, 1 's J! Decorations for the Mistletoe Ball include white doves, velvet fruit, and packages. Mistletoe honorees Maryann Stephens and Billy Ratliff dance to music of Felecity. 1 :f 4 E 5 E E 1 'wr--. s11'7nv -isfii: M , ar, ,.w . . , ., .. X , , , w ' 5 ' , V. :NQAY , l V ,M', ca gf! W . W A xi cial Q ' As ,TQ 5, T--gin , A M , M , iw 4 1, i ,six i i' if N iq :dj 1,-ey' i X 'TU' - i "-,ij-7"5a ,, , .rv I N f gs,'+g,g,5jgq 'Q -in B rage t ' xg Y . . ., , X Q 9: ' - - l , . , ,K ' x, -, J t nf- 15' , -Ur ,I liit. 1 r ty J N XE ,V 1' ' l. ,7 ' ,F i fl H , 1 4 R l , ., Wt . rv , L ll' L ll 5 A ll ' , ' f El ' '- fl l 3' I M y el 1 1 V l A P' wi 4 . 1 E, 4 ,X 'l 1 l i E l f l B L4 4,1 fy! -W , : Martha Jordan and Bobby Menchaca are named Mistletoe Belle and Beau at the affair. .' ,f 1 1 f ax' fu K. xxx W. X 1 1' Cllf't'l'ilIlQ zldvr-r'tisir1g display NS xx uk, ' .x ,,. 1 - iff- Jain "ff-i-L-E 1 X ""x ' Q ' i aaa l ' E if P4 Q . F96 M In N ,,, e W il r V . itz. -ft ,, ,il 1 X 1 'Y' 'Q :sw 1 1 91 .N as L ,Io Lynn Dabney eliccks thw punch tape. elk? 15?- 'g , R art is journalism major Bill Brnmfield. Cordelia Mason shows Susan Locklf-ar a method of cropping pictures 3 xx, sit: Charles Redden, evening Standard-Times wire editor and Angelo State senior, writes headlines ssfiwlxxif X9 ' i f iff- Internship Provides Journalism Skill "" -'kA. I i -- --Q Critically studying his copy. editor Bill Martin discusses his feature story with Bill Brurnfield. nfs' Journalism majors and minors have the opportunity to receive on-the-job professional training through the IN- TERNSHIP program with the San An- gelo Standard-Times. Junior journalists spend five weeks as interns on the staff, during which time they work 100 hours in all aspects of the editorial depart- ments. Special emphasis is given to news writing, editing, design, and layout. During the summer a similar program is offered to any student wishing to pur- sue a career in the newspaper field. He can be employed at any of the Hart- Hanks. lnc.. newspapers for six weeks and six hours credit, Working in this program offers the journalism student experience in his chosen field as he faces deadlines, the unrelenting demands for thoroughness and accuracy, the requirements of time and space, and the opportunities for originality. Students, work is supervised by Standard-Times editors who make as- signments, provide guidance, and evalu- ate the finished product. ,M-"""" - rA" Cindy McBride looks over fashion pictures with Jo Lynn Dabney. Qgxx Xu Junior intern Susan Locklear strips the Associated-Press Photofax. fa 26 tudents Sample Suite Livin Married life, combined with getting an education, finds its place in ASU's ROSEMONT APARTMENTS where some 6,1 college-sponsored units are available for ASU married students, faculty and staff members. The one- and two-bedroom unfurn- ished dwellings are gathered into eight complexes west of the main campus and one east. There were 59 families housed in the fall of ,69. Maximum capacity was ex- pected for the spring semester. The apartments were rented by the college in 1964 from San Angelo In- dustries and in July of 1967 the College purchased the housing. it The Joe Marthiljohnis debate who's boss in the kitchen. - v Q '., Young Tommy competes with studies for attention from Nancy and Tommy Miller. Vickie and Danny Wright match wits in a card game. 'gil s gy its Daddy takes over the feeding job. Tommy captures the attention of his parents with his efforts at construction. 0' Nancy gets ideas for meals to fit ax student's budget. Breakfast comes early when one has a class at eight. iw I Vickie and Danny consider the sports page. E WJ Q! .xl , 1- .mf Vickie shows off her culinary talents. X-,F . -N X ""cv. X..- X ' 1 -4, I ssh ' ' XJ ,fb Nr' x. f 3 dx x ,H , .A -Sf ' . , mx ic 1- 'T M ,wi V' ' 3, 'A pb -- f i v X ' 1' ' - - , , xml' V, 5 I f f 1 . K i4"T1 -, -,-: . Ekimxxis Danny becomes absorbed in math courses. ,NNN if 3 at, r 'N A ...I Rambouillet Captures Activities Recording and preserving the activities of the year, the RAM- BOUILLET staff works at careful layout, editing, and design. The publication is designed to capture-with pictures and words-the climate of the ASU campus. It is not intended to capture all of the events of the year since it is possible to capture only a few. But there is an attempt to make a complete coverage of the varied lives of the ASU students and faculty. E+: Janice Halfmann. index editor, searches for correct letters while Janie Williams talks with Wanda Halfmann about their section. Marilyn Wilson studies important aspects of a picture before making crop marks. ,uv , 2. X 3' Jeanette Kujawski, section editor, is in deep concentration as she types copy for the organization pages. ,NM ,S Barbara Matthiesen. editor of the Rambouillet, and assistant editor Joyce Bubenik check off the pages necessary for one of the four deadlines. txt Q ,...., .6 .f -.idx Photographers Bemie Shaffer, Beverly Farley, and Carl Bussey focus, enlarge and proof with Omega Enlargers. vig uni ..f,jf.,.- I N' Larry Syler, photographer for the San Angelo Standard-Times gives critique of a Rarnbouillet photograph to Julie Pressly, Judy Matthiesen, and Advisor Kenneth Casstevens. Jim Roberts, photographer, discusses his picture assignment with sport editor and photographer Gary Flanagan. vm ,e li'-af 'Xe 5 Q' X' Pensador Vies As Ma azine A quarterly magazine. the PENSA- DOH. is an attempt for ASU students to display their photographic and liter- ary talents. Pictures, poems, and short stories make up the contents of this magazine. kb. ,ui, X ' 'lllllll LN Editor ,lim McDougall analyzes a picture with the help of Advisor Maxine Henthom. gg 4 K . tudent Teachin Assignment Is I-Iighli ht Of Teacher Education After four or more years of scholastic endeavors, a select group of Angelo State University students have the privilege of sitting behind the instructofs desk. This select group are the STUDENT TEACHERS. Forty-eight student teachers executed their teaching assignments during the fall semester, while the spring semester saw 122 student teachers complete their super- vised teaching. Criteria for admission to the Teacher Education Program and assignment to Student Teaching are physical, mental, and aca- demic soundness. Upon completion of the Student Teaching assignment, a teach- ing certificate is obtained by taking the National Teacher Exam- ination, having a 2.25 over-all grade point average, and receiv- ing recommendation by the Teacher Education Council. l, 'NNW . ,, ,. Through Supervised Teaching. chemistry student teacher Thomas Marsden has the opportunity to develop skills in the art of teaching. History teacher Patsy Phinney relaxes with a student before lunch. Mary Ann Wunderl teaches English full-time for at least eight weeks ml... Spring semester secondary school student teachers meet to discuss the joys and problems of their experience with Dr. Douglas John. D 3,-nr' 8 W""""" 'H - . M111-f 1 "T1r"H-lf?-fi , rfyn, ' t Q' .fa-11'--gif .5'jyf:fL1w.-,f - if ., V , ., -him-e :xc , ' ,N . ,T .,- xivj: -' r - ' - ' - 5313- -2 helium' N531 3'I'f:--'-1- - V J, 4 - X A , ,. , 'Q ,.- v -. ' v '- ffl. I rx fa Patsy Phinney is one of the 56 spring se- mester secondary school student teachers. S 32 - ' ,g??,?Zi ,1 ?J 1 , B 2. ' -'. fl , X .r . W f 9,571 491.111 'Q' 1 Y -fx lfw- :gt ,ry QA -vm . '. Q E 3-v if- ? Zia. 4 3 le . " g ,z " 7' fa, - .V ks Y.. W ' A' x ,f-'s j its f ff' V, Q ' Jr . V The teacher education program of Angelo State , X 4, ..... Larry Gabler is working toward teacher certification, a requirement of all public school teachers Na V '- -is . J. W1-nf' Q ,.. Mt .. -. , I rx ,.,. .K "' 1 , .,,,..,..x .. ' --es, M rw . if .. me S ' Q , S' C QS z. X x- f is bf. ' P X 5,-.A 32' ,tr- Student , t teacher Barbara Cray, under Miss Natalie Gunter' .b S-:Z s guidance, is in charge of the high school girl's physical education program. 2:3 ' Y dr - Yfiflg - Mrs. Bryna Lane assists Jim Kinney as his cooperating teacher. nr P l u ? lsf WP.. -x ' ' X ' f if it Q W , 9? Q V if 5 is g A 1 , wi r l ui Joe Marthiljohni counsels with his college supervisor, Dr. David Tullis. Ram Pa e Acquaints J' ampus With News Reporting weekly events on the Angelo works toward careful editing, rewriting, State University campus serves as the and proofreading. Editorials in the Ram function of the RAM PAGE, the student Page are written to reflect student views. newspaper. This weekly communications on campus and outside world matters. media serves as the voice of the students, Responses written by students on ar- faculty, and administration. It projects ticles and happenings are printed in the the news of the past, present, and future "Letters to the Editor" column. The Ram life on campus. With accuracy and com- Page is published under the direction of pleteness as its principal goals, the staff the Department of Journalism. Stanley Wilson, serving as business manager, puts ads on the dummy sheets. .. X . .ieixlggf if -, -".i Jlt . L.: . Q i X. y X b., if -' I '+R ' V wx, . Q 4 . xg . Q 1 . . . lv -. K... Photographer Austin Stockton gives editor Alan Kelley pictures. Jeanine Kunkel and Karen Kelley serve as circulation managers. Staff writers Empress McFarland and Gayle Childers go over the details ofa story. Bill Brumfield edits sports copy. Q itfft s., stiff' 94? .. ,mf-4 ---- .--W in wk Y 'Q ii '- ' 7 SX ,,..--4' sin- g ihvllb je 8. .mt .if xx , ,,.: . , .,,. i :i'.' Si" Staff writer Ray Mayo. associate sports editor Bill Brumfield and Barbara Bigard, and staff Associate editor Eddie Walraven goes over writer Debbie Hoop occupy themselves with activities in the staff room. copy with news editor Nell Fischer. Wayland Yates serves as the advisor to Assistant news editor Terrilee Pettigrew points out and offers a correction to a story in the paper Angelo State's paper, the Ram Page. to staff writers Roy Ivey, Linda Hoelscher, and Joyce Zimmerschied. auf-SA L 'Wir 43 ,-- on X X it WMM. New linie With the beginning of the spring term comes the opening of a new university HEALTH CLINIC and thus improved health services for Angelo State students. The clinic, remodeled from Concho Hall, a former men's dormitory, includes two doctor,s offices with two examining rooms adjoining each. Other facilities in the clinic include a laboratory, a small pharmacy, treatment and therapy rooms, and rooms for emergency treatment. Stu- dents also have the opportunity to re- main in the clinic overnight for observation. Clinic physician is Dr. Darlene Hunter. Members of the staff include Mrs. Frank Nichols, medical assistant, and Mrs. Eddie Glenn, registered nurse. J Affords Health Servlees Uv' 3 9 dv' -1-.----we nw 3-puns-il-P 3: E ,- 53,3256 U i XE gn-Q ,, A Y x " .- ,W ..,' ' If , ,..,-' .,,a Yi ite. .1 Dr. Darlene Hunter, the new clinic's physician, spends much time in student conferences 3 5 If: i" my t was V, I K ,, .. , - .MSWfjg,.'f..,gvw' 'ggsxflf "M ' tw? -- 'e-aiaik? " ' " 'F .-mliw' A MQW .vw xi I if ,A 0' tp My , ......:n.... Mrs. Eddie Glenn, registered nurse, serves as a receptionist for the clin- Junior Eddie Burkett displays no emotion as Mrs Frank Nichols in IC, recording the names and illnesses of ASU students. jects penicillin into his arm i ' "El s N . Mgt as. if 5 5 , 14 .3 A .A -ix r . 'f'f'5E': X1 2 V Q 5432, fig? ' ,1 i...,,g'x rigs'-T'-V ,, -vu1,,.nu: I i H ' Q 5 ,X 1 luis Blood typing is one way in which the clinicians discover the stntlent's one-mic condition: the nurse pricks a finger, gets a drop of blood, an tests for the white blood corpuscle count which indicates anemia if the count is below normal. ASU students have the opportunity to receive special attention by re- maining in the infirmary ovemight. ,Q p - l Dr. Hunter examines the throat of ASU'er Judy Rose. -?' " 11' w. 4. , X, 1 w.,,,4 , 6 ' K ' si! 'fer -.M 49" ff" wb '45 1 - 5' A ,wg N T: I if f-0 017 if gf' o a jf. ,v +47 -. ,wi V45 3' D 4 00" M49 4? 4? V. 510 gf E 6 , fr Q69 V o 47' 999' as an 9? A ff JF it if V, ,,,, A Q K C' ag' Q' , .fa ' W gf 4342? be P 23""'x Pk di 65,0 -53 -,049 -sive X..X r 4:9 ,ey 1,4 X ,439 3 'xxgf" ' Aa X v 7 Q, V1 he 3. T. ,y o m 4 Q s u 4 9' ,A an io 4 f .Q 'aa wagon? 'Pu uo N. 03240 'QQ A YM C35 cb m 9 'C' ai' S Assy? aaglk A QM '96 9-Q 44' Gwyn Q0 Q, QQBQ ea- 5. XS 5' Q A , W 'O ,',fxf ff' 1 ff' sf' XAIFY MX .34 A :,.. fine Arts allows one to express his innate and developed creativeness 'A Babbl of Confabulator ' Makes Hit as Winter Forensics Aeti it Babbling forensics carry on as the Fine Arts Department under the direction of Helen Schafer. speech instructor. presents 'QA BAl3l3I.E UF CONFABULATORSN to inform the world of what goes on inside the department. lncluded in the show is a duet reading: by James Buchanan and Karen Pearson of a cutting from 4'Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf" by Edward Albee. A short debate is given with the thesis: Resolved: That so- ciety should hold Mary Shannon legally responsible for murder. Carl Dodd and Andy Kever. the negative team. and Marvin Schultz and Rachel Harris. affirmative. reflect the challenges and problems involved in a tournament situation. Fred Moore delivers the dilemmas of a stage manager. a humorous extemporaneous talk which concludes Act I. "Dandelion Wine." a readers' theatre adaptation from Ray Bradbury's novel by the same name. fills the second part. The story is about a boy who finds himself in a world of discovery where miracles become everyday happenings and the supernatural enters into ordinary events. Narrators are Cliff Turknett. Laura Graf, Diana Block and Ronnie Love. Other performers are Gary Flanagan. Marvin Arhleger, Mar- tha Cunningzham. Arte Foster. Belinda Turn and Bob Taylor. Gary Flanagan. debate coach. joined bv other students displays the general confusion encountered when arriving at a tournament. 5452 ' I. 3 M 1 . ., I-XA x 9 X . 'fs' V' 7 1 3 il ,xg Q I V. A i f ' in' Qi , '94 ,. ... :E .. urmff the reader: theatre which tells of bpauldmv. :Q N :- tails little or no physical action in the performance. sv iv X i 1 Q if K. I One of seve places total a ,1- X 'R X 3 .95 . 1 x Q i tw , .-an ndelion Wine -...Lf ' Q r- 'wif -N . ' 1.23:--H '59 X"" 1 1 ' y ,, ...N -- Biff:-.T X-,..,. N'xg,V5Q5qa4Wag?f-eff' - Y x. Ts 'Q . N sf: 'QB vm Ex erimental Projec akes Unique Show Originating in a co-curricular actors' workshop. the production of MOTHER COURAGE is an experimental project. Through a long process of trial and error, the script was derived and stu- dents learned the theories of dramatic art. The play is set during the Thirty Years' War. Scenes take place in Swe- den, Poland, Moravia, Bavaria, Italy and Mother Courage comforts her muted daughte elsewhere as Mother Courage peddles supplies to men on the battlefield of cen- tral Europe, encountering many prob- lems along the way. Director and designer of the produc- tion is Raymond Carver, head of the Fine Arts Department. The cast includes some 24 characters with Karen Pearson having the lead role. r, Kattrin fSusan Colemanl, in trying times. ,fi , 5 'S 1 X s Q K N5 -' Swedish Commander Uim Lasterl hears foul words from Mother Courage when want- ing Eilif fCraig Torrencel to join the army. iii Mother Courage, the lead role, is played by KAREN PEASON. Karen with three years past acting ex- perience has participated in such per- formances as Romeo and Juliet, ulVly Turn Againu and "A Babble of Con- fabulatorsf' She is also handy back- stage. ,QQ fi 32, nz ' K 2, fqqyh v v H I wJ I J fi X ' ' Q3 ia!! .As l X 5.4 2' 9 H K N. Q , . Mx MXCKJ 5X A X 3' 5-I u?lbh'x'xJ, X ' K for - Preparations Progress Backstage Holly Nutt. makeup technician, ages Karen Pearson by more than 20 years before each performance in a pro es h cht ke xx-XX cI1-X WN:-x awuulsf-...,....w..q-ds Aww, W A, S Q X21 Marvin Arhelger prepares his face for that of his role as a rugged young man. Raymond Carver and Fred Moore consult other staff and cast memberb while building the -:et for production in thi' main auditorium. ,WA A K, 'Q F"'h-uv' B Parades, Concerts Kee Band Members Busy Parades, games, concerts and Band Day are among the common concerns shared by members of the GOLDEN RAM BAND. Comprised of some 53 students and directed by Eddie Pace, the group also has an annual band tour to look forward to each spring. The two-day tour this year takes them down the San Antonio and Austin way with four playing engagements. The fall and winter keeps all busy with two or three local parades and con- certs, all home and two football games away at which they perform, and their Band Day activities. Some 12 bands high schools take part this year in com- petition set to encourage incoming fresh- men to join the Ram band. Kappa Kappa Psi, the band fraternity, and Tau Beta Sigma, sorority, work through and for the band as separate yet coordinating groups. Their basic concern is in doing services for the band as a whole. from surrounding l Fw .445 A special knack of talent is provided hy Johnny Carlson as he blows into his French horn. Ram band member. Randy Williamson. manipulates trumpet and music holder. Nw.. ,jf r'-r a"2 .1 t ':" gf 2 ' Q K, QU jf? , J 57 A , 1, 'U 34- ill' - K , :aw5r'1it" Z e t e .f Freshman, Vicki Clifton, grabs a breath while practicing her French horn. Lana Kennedy twirls flames at halftime K1 ie' wi Q Ei' be ig,I:""W tii.:'5,N5'uJ-K' fif'4i7ACf,.lz r, "' Y' N 'QW "gg- . , , ,, aw, -K MMM fr ,p . - , -rs' .4 N, Q.. x .5 ll ' - .if f 'i D A lfl'f.i?f"FF.li 'Q-,i l-w5,f'p"! fd' Q A' " s 'wi .N ,Ji 4, ws' uri. ' t " ifsawgg? '+s-- X f -6. N y .-.. -r-fi.. ,pw-N., . J' , - , " ' ,JK ,1- wb v 1 61:5 ' fs xx X - ,. ,X.q , V y p Early rnoming practice tests a marcher's awakeness L- C v F . 1. ran' Q I' P! -. ll, I 4. -4 University president. Lloyd Vincent. presents Class B Band Day winner. Bronte, with trophy for precision marching and playing abilities. as he pivots and goes into formation during: daily routines. -.ff l 9. I V . 4 up S -w',n.- ' 4 .pwtlnx U .'b1-,,J..A,,- 5, -A --Qf -vwftitagih-9 ,'V,.- 1 v . , .LNx-v.,v-'.,- ,N Y ,O ',3Q., . ,.,--.43 , J - ' Nw, - ' .,'-s - A' -r 'i Q -- - b , J K i M N .bt ,. , 1 . ,,'. .v 1 ,, - . 1v"al"':' 5" K ,Q- W1 5? it a wx vw I Yr.-al. ., t . ,. N.: x ,-. Sv f , yx R In I Q. 'lr' 1 I PERCUSSION SECTION L to R Buddy Calk ,lack Pool R1ch'1rd Snffll Sue Olner Gene Cobb Lana Kennedy Douglas Rltchre ! Eddle Pace directb the Colden Ram Band as they boost the Rams durmg all home games Snare and bass requlre preclse accuracy BRASS SECTION L to R Ted Caffey Ronme De-Lon Debby Jenk1nQ Zeke Ramrrez Armando Menchaca Randy Halre Charlle Graw Sam Robblm Erneat Clll Gary Murphy ,lun Nevlns Floyd Abel Llnda Whlteker Joe Jacobo George Ybarra Roy MHTIIHEZ De-Pausx Patti Tolle Earlle Row Stan Love Ronnle McKay Curtl 1 I nw e' -lei ,zsallll ii 3 " Q . .s af F5 I ' - i S X X .Fla , . E 3 Q umsro , if ANGELS! , A...,.v N Q. iv: 'Q Q AW. 9 ,X its N ' r' N' fi .1""' I S J I M XQ ,. s A, N 1 ' ' .,, 1 .5 53:2 " A V A - 1 Wil' . , if N ., . in , ' V I X X ,, - WOODWIND SECTION: L. to R.: Danny Jayme. Glen Burleson. Philip Foster. Daniel Ander- - it " Q4 .X son, Sunny Bryan, Rea Dunivan. Norma Parry. Deborah Moore. Kenneth Thompson. Brenda Pounds, Nelda Thompson. Sally King. Jeanette Nelson. Johnny Hasty. Richard Bruce. ffnrol Flury, Glenda Smith. Fred Rogge. Jimmy Clarke. Dianne Bachman. Bonnie Amos. Sharon ffun- ningham, Iris Chaney, Dana Lowe. -ht 'J .rv . Twirlers and drum major, Ted Caffey, prac- tice drills for games and parades. Freshman look a bit "messed up" at the Homecoming bonfire and rally following initiation of all first-year band members. , if s "Fizz i' , My X pt 1 W...---' xi """""'m fx wwf? I . 4 z Marilyn A G ' Karen Pearson Sparks Joe McElwee Fred Moore ' "'is' Marvin Schultz Kaye McDougall Laura Graf "'A it ,fi ,. ,, M .NF -dips aqgwzfw YU? 3 S .af ' "' s..-l' 1.A.a.'.SEf.-. Larry Matson spoofs Larry Mclilwee, dean of students, into getting high on grass in skit Madrigal for Militants. Brenda Browne's elbow plows into Richard Fry as excitement envelopes her' while watching a cartoon during an extracurricular activities skit which views them at a sexy foreign movie. . .tw 'fi' .-e'fi1?f"3 .-at , 3 y - .Lf rx,. Craig Torrence marches on after the rest of the "My Tum Again" marching band has retired offstage for a brief break. Light-hearted gaiety and zesty momentum, tinged with a flick of mischievous satire and overall musically enhanced. "MY TURN AGAIN7' makes its showing during the week of fall registration on the Angelo State campus. The autumn review of the Fine Arts hit drama production, 6'My Turn Now" was compiled, created and produced by mem- bers of the ASU DELTA RHO chapter of the ALPHA PSI OMEGA DRAMA FRATERNITY and the Fine Arts faculty members. Part of the text is a breakdown from various humor- ous and satirical publications. The whole idea of the performance is centered around giving each person his turn to show his talent by rotating the cast at each showing. Scenes from the show range from a grand campus tour via a colorful film preview to at musical march during "Instant Commencement." A Graffitti Board filled with witty quotes and quips by the group comes before intermission and the produc- tion ends with a grand musical finale. '4lVly Turn Now" made its hit during the summer earning over 31,000 for the Alpha Psi Omega scholarship fund. This year some 12 Angelo State Fine Arts students benefit from the foundation. 56 ' 'Z -Y.,-,,,g, ,' HOLLY NUTT, graduate and inactive Alpha Psi Omega member. finds herself talking the turn of director during the entire fall review. The petite. bouncing blond is skilled in the field of acting having been in Brigadoon, Roman Comedy and The Physicist, to name a few. Currently Holly is public services representative for the Fine Arts Department. ,,.--f"i-- L ill James Buchanan assists Larry Matson as he pours Jeannie West out causing gurgley noises during a sounds exposition. Kaye McDougall sings out as Jeannie West, Cliff Turknett and Karen Pearson give the coed her tum. gg. N- 431' vlan' A at Mi' l ' K IU Q XMY ill X ig, X v-'YY 1 lx Q . -Wx x, Vi." ,- f 5 . ,,.. ,-- Y !,.l -nv fyx 1 M ., jf l Jw, -t ,,,. r i il XM 1 I if P-'fi ,fff Q a V half' 'ff' N . -Xu Marilyn Sparks and James Buchanan are a little upset about the world Laura Graf and Karen Pearson seem to be debating over exactly whose coming to an end during the show. turn it is to perform onstage. With the help of a slow shutter speed, some of the action is caught during "Do Goode-r" sung by Susan Coleman. X rx 5 ff ...MQW Q ,S E' X? aw' .A sf ' ' is . 1 12. P .av f Aw'-.fzE:, I 7 ,.., , ,. wb' ELDON BLACK, associate professor of music, guides 33 chorus members during routine re- hearsals for performances. a .ttf .V ,5 ..., U , , "Q X fkj.. e. .Xi Barbara Tubbs gives. a look of dismay while in practice for spring choral events. T 6 ' L. to R., First row: Bob Taylor, Patricia Bir, Diane Deathcrage, John Rosson. Second row: Fred Leggett, Glenn Johnson, Leonard Powell, Richard Gwyn, Bruce Hill. Third row: ,lenean Young, Brenda Moore, Albert Titus, Barbara Tubbs, Harlan Brunson, jo Smith, Brenda Mornes, ,lack Garrett, Becky Simcik, Katheryn Lucus. Fourth row: Fred Moore, George Williams, Barbara Burk, Jimmie Lynch, Rozanne Denison, Bob Cathers, Diana Williams, lldiko Roman, Larry Williams, Paddy Dicke- hut, Joyce Cobb, Linda Hahn, Clayton Ross. A " ' R ' ' f""'-44-9 -isa 4.11-Q 'X .. K "' ' "' i 1, r 'K W-NX XJ ess! ng: .d.'... min pe '- X : V . .S ,. X L """""""""""""-"""-""""' ' g i pf Bob Cathers, Richard Cwyn and Fred Leggett, like the rest of the Choir Performs In Local Area Presenting a spring concert consisting of classical, semi- classical and light pop music is one of the performances par- taken by the ANGELO STATE CHOIR. Under the direction of Eldon Black, associate professor and coordinator of the university's music division, the group also joins with the San Angelo Symphony and Symphony Chorale. With these two, the group performed Beethoven's Symphony Number Nine-the Choral Symphony. Jenine Young, George Williams, Becky Simcik, Linda Hahn, Jimmie Lynch, Fred Moore and Leonard Powell are officers and special chairmen. group. apply many hours of vocalizing before each perfomtance Enchanting an audience of children, mothers, and other admirers of Hans Christian Anderson, the Creative Dra- matics Class under the direction of James Garrett presents stories adapted from the noted author. The show, a collection of playlets adapted from fairy tales by Anderson, include "Thumbelina," c'The Princess and the Pea," "The Nightingalef' "Hans Clodhopperf, 'cCreat Claus and Little Claus", and "Elfin Mount." In Hans Cloclhopper Hans CCra1g Torrencel reweals the importance of the elements to brothers fCliff Turknett and James Buchananl. Lf ,4q ptr' S I xy- X, 'N 5 ef I-gay gf ..,, K.. xx. vm 5: X. The emperor of China fCIiff Turknettl gives orders to his cavalier flrnnes Buclrananl to find his little lost singing bird in Anderson's children's story, "The Nightingale," one of the eight playlets give-11 during three performances. Rosella fMarilyn Sparksl turns on her charm only to find herself outdone in an attempt to impress the royal family and become the new princess m the tale, "The Princess and the Pea." l welll 'Ns . n .1 -. gwser I+' f N xg X 6 w XX X x ,Y v + A-E. 'UNF 'WT ff tkXfr'? N1 S- 3 ,......---' Forensics Squad Finds Meets Vital in Gainin S eech Skills Out on a Enos y d "1 'Q Ad lx R hll-I dll Shl ht ph', medintheColo d Sp gSp hT rname W nt. 1 S 'Q Sit ...iji Q -3 N if i Dc qs. L an 6 I0 .3 so M ,.g.. 1 u . 4 Q, is A 1 Q .,.. A ., , 9 ' " ' buf!-.....' '..z,..a -- is V-,www lk aww x iwi 5 1 Qc-' Q f , 1 N., ft vi .st .......- X 4 tr 'i X Ronnie Love, Paul Harzke, Pat Turner. Cary Flanagan and Diana Block make plans for the annual summer speech and drama workshop as well as inspecting trophies for the occasion. Experience through competition in speech tournaments is gained by DELTA ALPHA SIGMA members. As a forensics squad, the group has won trophies in all individual areas which include oratory, interpretation of prose and poetry, extemporaneous, im- promptu and after-dinner speaking. ln debate, club members have reached the elimination rounds and have been included in the Top Ten Debater List. Giving programs for civic groups and affiliating with Pi Kappa Delta, an honorary forensics fraternity, are club projects. Student members also serve as judges at area speech contests, including dis- trict University of lnterscholastic League debates. The annual ASU Summer Speech and Drama Workshop for high school students is hosted by Delta Alpha Sigma. President Andy Kever and vice-presi- dent Marvin Schultz guide the activities sv' with assistance from Miss Helen Schafer, sponsor. Social chairman Ronnie Love, re- porter Gary Flanagan, and secretary- treasurer Diana Block round out the list of officers. A-L -IMI Receiving excellent and superior ratings in their first toumament situation are Fred Moore, Martha Jordan and Bob Taylor. Carl Dodd, like all others, finds trial debating a must in preparing for meets. 9325 3 Q i S',E ziz.::::i ,A.. , . sf: "' ' ?1'I?'?t.' ' t . V ' V' I A t it E wi Al an he With the outcome of ASU being named an outstanding participant in the Texas Tech meet, Jeannie West, James Buchanan, Karen Pearson and Cliff Turknett take a breather. ...J . f' Decorations for Mistl toe Ball Desi ned by Creative Arts Club Creativeness is the key to the on-cam- pus ART CLUB here. Combined talents of young art majors and interested per- sons join in presenting monthly art exhibits-works of members as well as other noted artists-in the Student Center. This year the group is also in charge of decorations for the Mistletoe Ball. Officers are Alex Inman. president: Jimmie Sue Johnston, vice-presidentg Sarah Montgomery. secretaryg Lois Crownover. treasurer: and Cathie Clem- ens. reporter. Sponsor is Tincie Heddins. art professor. Cathie Clemens finishes a package with rib- bon, while Sarah Montgomery helps Alex In- man complete one of the 100 dummy Christ- mas packages to be placed under a flocked tree as decorations for the Mistletoe Ball. Per- ry Henderson, Larry Jones, Jimmie Sue Johnston, and Sarah Montgomery are in charge of preparations for the ball. . Z'- gz ,gif - A 6, .,,.. Q, .Y sy - W jx Q . 9, fait .J only iw sj5:1.,. I is i B. ' x ' ' Tm "V-. N' , f i?iwrQ,,X3,'-.. 1' , p . 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Austin 36 20 Sul Ross 19 22 McMurry 7 9 Texas A311 19 35 Southwest Texas 29 34 Eastern New Mexico 8 40 Tarleton 14- 46 Texas Lutheran 14 0 Cameron State 28 19 Abilene Christian 51 Skull sessions call for teamwork, and everyone on the team must cooperate. i we-rffwf W .X .+ . .ge .L .Y New . .zmlsg ff' 2, N, , . 4... , ,st 1 W. z , .. in , X sei a Q .- 14 u . -3' I P' iz X vu- . 32 xx Four Rams converge on an ACC back. V A 1? . , M-3531, t we gr.. 4 1 A N-X fxltlit' S 5. .t g ., .- -3 ' fir 1: v W xt ., XM ye! ,ki K N ts I .t 3 K N f fl ' 2s ' 1 . -. A Q Ig' "kj: f' is fy - Q' A, -"15i,J1'1 , 2 ' . ' 'uk' tn!-'Q u' Us -"3-Qywlxbj u f . J , At x :iw-fit-E' Q . 1- x 2 . gi , ' .. .- 'e'gg+'.,':.' 6+ 'T Ig ' 'Q 'fxlfyxie X I w- '-:ggi ,E gg . 1--x .At ' M-as t.-ss, wx Maneval f50J and Marthiljohni 1831 block for Baker t44J on a power play. Burrell 1251 doubles as split receiver and defensive back. lwwfxfsftiarlf 1 . A was 'FW' V X "" .A L . 'Q 'W . -' 'Y' -...N . 'M-.. , x Tyler and Walker go for the ball. 3 1 .5-J -au- if-vywii 91913 11' X W . X """ -4 my i ugnlknf i 1 N - gss j , 1. . . 5 g. .tv-. Q .gi Q N A vat. . we ul 9 -v- .LV 'QQQ juan.-.., 1 My fbi t P """'f"'1Dap-a- 1. faq-my bv ,,-s q, The crowds at Ram football are larger than ever before this year as the Pride ,69 squad provides much to cheer about. Some of the individual plays that set records as well as they those that arouse the crowds could be in the record books for quite some time. Freshman Back Jerry Austin racked up the longest run from scrimmage with a tally of 55 yards against TLC. The longest field goal in Ram history as a four-year institution was set by Kenny Newman from 45 yards out against lVleMurry. Barefoot kicker Bill DelVlent produced the longest punt with a 72 yard effort against Sul Ross. 71 Q I J fa Spirit at the final game of the year, ASU vs. ACC. is boosted by the Ram band. The band entertains at half-time against SFA. 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Top row: Jerry Austin, Terry Kinard, Paul Wade, Bobby Pherigo, Mark Turner, Kenny Newman, Mike Sullivan, Steve Benson, Darrell Ear Maneval, Johnny Taylor, Gaylan Jernigan, Chris Walker, James Rat- hart, Danny Mathews, Larry Goodwin, Johnny Hedges, Mike Clarke liff, David Thiel, Jack Martin, Coach Grant Teaff, Coach Paul Horne, Gary Gaines, Joe Marthiljohni, Dan Daniels, Student Coach James 2nd row: Manager Charles Anderson, Morris Overstreet, Greg Whis- Rodrique, Manager David Dirksiv, 4th row: Trainer Steve Shelton nant, Randy Parker. Vick Smith, Mike Ott, Rodney Cason, Martin Charles Washington, John Tyler, Dwight Burns, Ben Bob Walker Allen, John Matthews. Bill DeMent. Junior Cunningham, Nick Ander- Bobby Menchaca, Don Burrell, Bobby Sims, Roy Warren Roy Baker son, Manager Eddie Wolski, Coach William Lane. 3rd row: Coach Wade Steve Carnes, Larry Powell, Tommy Orsak, Manager Richard Lima U 1, lx N. , " E, ,':,'l3-gs: , U S .. ,nv --'P' swkiix ttf Quarterback Dwight Bums U51 rolls out behind Gary Gaines C225 on a pass-bootleg option. Qt. .en 1 'vc Nt xi Qi gl -xy. 'hr zwvffflflfs A 'fe -Q, ,X Johnny Taylor C523 watches as Jerry Austin C361 pays for his yardage on the play. sr 'N Wk Iiyy dwg? Burrell congratulates an ACC player. Daniels 1103 lines up behind Maneval and Casong both tabbed post season honors K ,,...-.. ay.. 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Ll-' dx.'1J,"'.-Er - fgfi-Q- -ffl Trainer Steve Shelton helps Larry Powell as he waits for the team doctor to asist. 82 .iffy Gary Gaines reaches for the ball but it is not there. ., ,,.,. , 5, w ff Qfl tr' JN? 's '44, Qc, R Teaff Uses 'Pride To Assist Team After one year of Lone Star Conference football, the Angelo State Rams have a winning season and the majority of the starters returning, as only four seniors graduated. With the in- dication of several excellent recruits for next season, Coach Grant Teaff can anticipate a growing football program and more support from college students and area fans. Teaff at- tributes 'GPRIDEH to be the basic ingredient for the rise in Ram football popularity. Associated Press Little All-American Rod Cason leads Daniels on keeper against ACC. Il? jg-w if F 1 ,Lys e in ,1 - H Q . K H ,lv Q, 1. igimf. iiifygfijge , , 56 83 Rams Finish Fourth in LSC i 49 .Q A ff' 10 . if ' T5 b 3 ik I L.: SQ:-:igg nil! 55:5 zb' ball on the way to the basket as Billy Rhea I-L53 10015 on. I Three Foes Reach Top Ten OPPONENT ASU Southwestern University 66 St. Mary's University 79 Midwestern University 86 St. Maryls University 55 Abilene Christian 56 Cameron State 86 McMurry College 78 Howard Payne College 88 Southwest Texas 63 Texas A811 81 UT-Arlington 89 Sam Houston State 85 Stephen F. Austin 74- OPP. 61 102 88 61 58 88 71 91 78 76 100 97 99 Abilene Christian East Texas State Tarleton State Sul Ross State McMurry College Howard Payne Coll Southwest Texas Texas ASI Sam Houston State Stephen F. Austin East Texas State Tarleton State Sul Ross State ege 8x 82 92 89 81 85 87 95 80 60 69 85 65 74 72 72 76 96 95 70 87 127 73 66 62 67 Q 1 - A i r y ,I . - 1 --AZ A, V, - if 11,5 l I, - V. :ig -tae 1 5 if 1 .4es's',- Q., 1 1 EP, '-if 3 T3 R V - 21" 'T iv V V-175 if wi if GF. A . 34 4 STATE li -9, si ,N 1-'E ,Qu f P ...J It 3 ' iw lag NEELE . PEU STAIW df i- ' 3 T fiif ,lg A Y :W Ty J -1 4 i' 5 NGEEL0 STATE. L. to R., First row: Dale McCown, Larry Hoff, Robert Smith, Robert Yemer. David Smart, Mickey Pierce, Trainer John Talley. Third row Lacy, Robert Black, Dave Gentry. Second row: Manager Cary Cox, Dr. Charley Shannon, Bill Rhea. Norman Schaule. John lxubinsky Johnny Spriggs, Bill Buck, Jerry Pierce, Harold tBanjoJ White, Wes Laurin Prather, Willie Hill, Eddie Escamilla, Head Coach Phil George. ASU Completes 11-1 Season N, A-fm .wgpn---'A--f V waxwwnmm-we EQ. " - .Q X 1 - 1 Y- . .. 5, 4-is - al: ' ft , A 1 - -- ' fe "-..z.g,.,-efgiif , . .ff 2 . . - Q , I , -I: 2 " A .H t A , ' Q. . 12 1 , se - , - 2. 5' .. A 5: 1. 1 - - , :g,P.x1y-1 ,535 -Y N - -. :,.,. , '- is -ei sis. it X' F -. ' v- - Q i n ...Qi i 1-ffli ,. ...12sf,+:.w-..'- a ...-:.' : - ' . , ' '21-.sg 'seize WN"""?W - . l , -. -. fx , , ri, Rams achieve a 9-9 conference record in the 1969-70 season. In the 1969-70 BASKETBALL season, the Rams finished in fourth place in the Lone Star Conference. This rank is achieved with a 9-9 conference record and a 11-15 season record. Six of the losses are to teams that finished in the top ten NAIA national rankings. ln first place is Stephen F. Austin, followed by Howard Payne College in third place, and St. Ma1y's Uni- versity in ninth place. Head Coach Phil George finishes the season with fourteen of his roundballers playing in at least seven games and eleven members playing in at least twenty of the twenty-six contests. Three juniors, two sophomores, and two freshmen who saw considerable action this year will be returning. Although this is the Ram team's first year in competition for the Lone Star con- ference championship, it manages to gain a share of fourth place in the league. Some of the highlights for this year's campaign include four conference wins on the road, playing the national champs on the Lumberjacks home court f73-601, and gathering in 60 team re- bounds in a single game against Tarleton State. Two other season bests for the team include a high point total of 95 against Texas A811 while allowing only 58 points to be scored against them by Abilene Christian College. David Smart finds himself flat on the court during the Tarleton game in which the Rams gathered 60 team rebounds. sz. Lew' s..-.5 LQ I 'f .Q.f,:j.1r . agiifif Eli 1.-i 'Fit ' " . ,f -2' si.: vo' .- ,-.zrxr .. , , Q. ,.s1'.egf'w" ' if , v - 'sf-:'1t2t:.. ' H . .y-fax-..-.r..1--.V ,QW U -Q -' '14, 1 x X , N, ..f.1.,- ' J jg' , ,V ' cr., sis.-V . 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V : ' ' ' .. i .. -fzfff' A. .- ' ,rl w gave, Q. . it if . ,Eze g ss' ,Z ,J X ' . . fgav? L.-.. -f . -.yy f 1 1 ii? t . gg ' "tik i 1 .. - , 1- ' Q ., V Kg... rf., , . - . ,-Sf'--n': 'X 9i'15?g,T31f 4' ' ff .1zs:sr'?g.'z',f' - . 2 ,.,. .,,1. Q - , Q ' . 1. .A!'.' T , . , 1 , fm. 1 sf. ' s.-ai, - V 5, 1 .tg ,Q 3, Rams' leading scorer Prather 1431 also plays defense-here against Sul Ross. Senior roundballer from Lubbock LAURIN PRATHER leads the Rams on offense. He completed 166 of 299 shots attempted from the floor for a 54.8721 average. Behind the field goals, he com- pleted 97 of 136 free throws for a 71.3Zp average and an overall total of 429 points for the year. This adds up to a 16.5 points per game average. Following him in order of points scored are Willie Hill with 381, Johnny Spriggs with 280, Eddie Escamilla with 198, Jerry Pierce with 173, and John Kubinsky with 133. Prather, Hill, Escamilla, and Pierce are seniors, while Spriggs is a sopho- more and Kubinsky is a freshman. Prather has the highest single game total for the season against Midwestern with 35 points. Besides Midwestern, Prather has high-point man honors against Cameron State f21l, Howard Payne f30l, Sam Houston State 1241, Southwest Texas State f24l, Stephen F. Austin Q16J, East Texas State f22J, and Tarleton State f22j. Prather also leads the team in assists with 75 for the season. He is followed by Hill f51l, Escamilla MU, and Spriggs f4-ll. Even off the boards Prather 1431 is tough on H111 Domlnates Ram Defense ...-4 M ,.V4 1 ' 1 Q, 59,55 A1 br. -VV.,f, AA 4 Y A E Qt... wAvAs ... ...N -W. Nia H is v - K 'Wai Hill shoots over Texans for two points, WILLIE HILL, a 6'4', junior from Junction City, Arkansas, leads the 1969- 1970 defensive statistics with an average of 8.8 rebounds per game and a total of 230 on the year. Along with his de- fensive accomplishments Hill adds an average of 14.7 points per game, second highest on the team. Also against Sul Ross State Hill gathered in 17 rebounds, the highest single game total for any Ram Basket- ball player this season. The next two re- bound totals for a single game include 16 for Hill against Tarleton State and 15 for John Kubinsky against Southwest 1 L.. ++.s.......,...,... ih- Texas State. Along with his 14-.7 scoring average, Hill was the high point man against St. lVIary's 1181, Southwest Tex- as State 1211, UT-Arlington 1151, Tarle- ton State 1261, Howard Payne 1271, Texas A811 1241, and Sul Ross 1191. The other top rebounders in order are Laurin Prather 1who averaged 7.9 per game1, Johnny Spriggs 15.21, and Eddie Escamilla 13.81. Dana Keesee, a sopho- more transfer student who played in the lst seven games averages four rebounds per game and ties for high point man with Johnny Spriggs against Sam Houston State with 12 points. e,"-fi .,,.'f 1 i . -,fe A . ll .,.,,. SPECIHIOIS baCk 1116 RHITIS - - - follow the Rams . . . . . . but the officials call the game. Cheerleaders Click, Baker, and Blalock follow the action. dtt Escamilla 1253 uses hands and feet against SFA. 'S 4 1 4 "B sv a 5 ,awww-sv, ' 'www KP Y ax ,X X c ,N all ,N wl- ni, 'N :dsx ,X 9 A N - s as - va Q Rams W 111 7, Lose 5 at Ramdome Laurm Prather beats a St. Marys player for Ahe basketball on a tle ball under the basklet. M.af1 -N -f w W' I I xx : khqlg! 5 'vt':'.': J F' 'O V, Q9 KS 7' ti 1 91 I4 f' t 1 jf - -zw A, f, B. 4 ai' . .A 1' 'KL , ,4 . --Q -,,,NY H BO' .vpflyk F-. I f. I mg! wi -fm, Qaqih N N..-f 6495, K, f"'fd,,..-un- " 'Y IZ I 46 Q 8 . " A m N 1. ' I lr-up Ag,-4, Q -' Qvx,-5:. Q - 1- A . ' - if-w A liiifl E n P' 5,71 UU' DNS D 2-Sv U D i R Q x, maj, x i . i lv x '5 - -,fx LL-.0 N. C -A Coach Geor e sends "Banjo" into action as Kubinsk throws in the towel. g Y Escamilla sneaks away with a tipoff against number-one-ranked QLSC and NAIA? Stephen F. Austin. . 4 "A' s .xy :Quoin f "GND 'fi' , ,-N, Q t . .W ..,,, '1 ttt.tt ., gi 'Fi M ,Q-Q.--. -nl.. basl as " - K' 32 ' , M k Q if 'St , ,E .fn r A . , x A? KA.. ' A ' A ' 5 N M as 3 .,... In s. 5 ay ,sax I. Q A f 5 2 A W F' , A.. 'X 5 . .X 9, rg.. ef" 1" ,draw tm, -i M-..., xx l ,JS 'li- hs.-x + Ye' Q t , .C - -:W , Z F" f xQj Q. wg. L. to R., First row: Toni Garcia, Jeannie Slaughter, Mary Evridge, Mar- Linda Buxkemper, Karen Breithaupt, Jeannette Godbold, Joanna Johns, sha White, Kathy King, Glenda Geeslin, Mary Beeson, Sue Huffman, Lynn Kibler, Stacia Smith, Diana Block, Becky Smith. Camille San Miguel. Second row: Melody Theriot, Maryann Stephens, Stacia Smith shows the new Angelette uniform. Reversible capes are a new addition. Ze Z' 409491- nw.-,.M,,j,: Il elettes Entertain Ram Crowds mi ,t , are f. ...S "ww-at . 3 5 0 i vs . sv- V- , W? M X 1 . at s Q . K Q? ' it-11 Vrinluu sc Auf Q g g Q , ,, A Q? 'ov I ,f, W i is ""'i if 1 V -f"-J' 555 , W, will l"'M ' . F0 , r r whgm i r X3 Prather shows how he became leading scorer with a layup against Sul Ross. Angelettes provide a pleasant background scene for halftimes. In a very short time, the ASU ANCELETTES have become a familiar sight at Ram basketball games under the Dome. To become an Angelette is not easy, though, because they are elected on the basis of personality, poise, coordi- nation, and grades. But just staying in the Angelettes is no easy task because each one has to practice about an hour and a half each day. Besides basketball games, the drill team has performed at football games at home and on the road, at pep rallies. at the Air Force basketball tournament. for the March of Dimesg and they make signs for the games. The Angelettes also sponsor the Spirit Award which honors the top Ram football player of each game. Sharron Baker leads A-N-G-E-L-O spellout. 33133613 'aww pig 3' ag' bs S Dixiecats Provide Halftime Music The DIXIECATS provide music for the Ramdome basketball games. Headed by Mr. Eddie Pace, the group plays jazz and Dixieland music for halftime and pre-game drills. According to one of the members, most of the music is completely out of print. but the crowd loves it. ln addition to basketball games. the stage band plays for other civic groups. This year's activities include a performance for the Yvest Texas Therapy Center Charity Ball. Perhaps a better- known tradition is that the Dixiecats have appeared at every Miss Wool Parade since its inception. Regulars for the group include Mike Barron on trombone, Charlie Abel on second trumpet. .lack Pool on drums, Ronnie lllcliay on tuba. Kenneth Thompson on clarinet, and Eddie Pace on trumpet. H WN: "ka, .v Charlie Abel backs up Mr. Pace on the trumpet. e 2 'R ' we 'L i PWMSG- t .1 1 pg! , 5. U ' J ' 5? V V.. .- , ' 1 w - 'u x 'fr .1 i t ,. Q ' g. .. .. 5, ...pe ' g Y' In , - gi.. '-1' - 1 J , - ,AQ 'i.....c -. Q-a n l'-K., :: ',. , K 34" A- 'rw .. -3 " 5-??i p , S v - kj., , . . ' ' Q I ' 1 f . .- -as . 1-Y- ..'x' - Q, 'I ' A' ' K l.--' 33-if 1 " R "Y , ,PS-f -. . . " WHS , X '- . .. r " ,., . :L 1 QL' .-M'i"" '- ' Q -K Trombone Pf0Vid'?S 3 101 Of action On the Stage- Kenneth Thompson's stand-in swings on the clarinet. X, zxwg, 4 ' Q. I .-,,. v, , ,- . - ,H QS X ' X X: Rfk ' f X .. ., .W , '?""f4Si YS sig S E 5 3135 K f-Q X Fx 5 l Th' M , ll? arglns Mark 15 Gam M . es 1 , 1 in .. ...Q ' 925 i 1 7 E "' Q' l 4 -... U, From the floor, Escamilla passes through a Javelina. Prather, Pierce, George and Shannon watch ACC play Rhea 6453 goes up against Tarlewn in last home victory. After jump ball, two Texans fuul Escamilla. rr f -'Af-as ,..,., N I. A X i s . Q-'fx YA 1 lx -. S'x ASU Netters Compete ' 2 fzellz.-2 i .,M,.r,c- ,5l51,3395,,4 . 2 + - 3 -.9 i ' fs- 'T X ' ? 2 ,J I fw I 9" l. xfq,,,sMg?Li S I ,- ll 5' ' gif r Y 7? ' I I .wt , 1 gb liqigilf' H '-iii-'Y 1 ' li.. L ' E. gk 1,.- , -- 1 '- .. w li, fe 'f is . , sl X ,, .Q m Q rr pu , ,,,,,f"'-A xx McClung leans into his backhand. Rector watches the ball cross the net. A -.. .4,5gfL!,QL , . . ws . W . 5 4 X a 1 'uv wo 'X X . .I if ' . rl x 'l A fl xf':,,..w.' ,441- XS9, f ,n l 1. 53:1 l , A lx 'al ' 5 X if 2 ' 'I ' X -sax - E '- ,. 1 'N LZ? r 'xi' C J A I , , PT 1. '.-1.5 W ' 6, ". if ark! Q ' VJ 'Q A 1 ,, -' "4" Q ' - ' , X' ' 1 , fefgf- " 1 f , r .M'5l"'l.L I ,- ' b ' -f 1 9 N,--ff, 4 T . ji- in q H , .Ik X T VM fl j I V v . -Twvv' A N f x V V v .W wx - ,. N mulsff' -il l X . W" F L. to R., First row: Brad Le-hmberg, Neill McClung, Mike Broome. Second row: Tommy McCulloch, Barron Rector, David Harrison. 4 I ff ll l llll Ellls ll e -'5"519' ..,-.:i52?EvE'i:f33 :2:L:2.:f:1'E.J ,. Jai .- fn.: esp! J' ' 1i2.e:Qsaa2s's? 9555?-:fren -A 5'-P! 5 . - I-,.'2'Zii?3L?7i?'f 1. smiew' - f -Fw: f-525-sf' ' 1 Xxx F' LSFBH' ,457 iff' We N V -o sl -fr' I .- ' ' ., , Q, ' +551 3 f fi F '. T.s.4 :J!Siv9REl5 Three F ro, 11, Three Soph ake Team 1970 is only the second for ASU to field a TENNIS TEAM since the school was a junior college. Last year in their first season of competition against Lone Star Conference foes, the Rams placed second in the conference tournament. East Texas State is the only team to upset them. This season the Ram net- ters face four teams at home including East Texas State, Texas Wesleyan, Tarleton State, and UT-Arlington. On April 10 ASU holds its invitational tournament at the Swim and Racquet Club, which is also the site of their practice sessions and meets at home. On the road this year ASU will be up against Baylor, UT-Arlington, Hardin-Simmons, Abilene Christian, East Texas State, and North Texas State. The Lone Star Conference Tour- nament will be held in Alpine at Sul Ross. When the Ram tennis players are not playing out of town, practice sessions at the Swim and Racquet start at 2:00 p.m. and last till after 5:00. On Saturdays the sessions start at 9:30 a.m. All this indicates sixteen or more hours of practice per week. The man who gets the team out on the courts is Coach Paul Horne. Broome and McClung practice singles at the Swim and Racquet Club. 5, t 5 . . x . - , --- .., ..-.-----V' ' -fr gg ,-. i5..,.jF 2,:1Z:Q'31'.2,11Q3i:..5, N, Q s . . 1y,:,re.v::v'-'-.isf wg 1 .L e 1 N 3 "W,-:,'f1TL: " e. A W - , ., . . . . , 4 1 , i . Q i i V McCulloch keeps his eye on the ball as he serves 1 ,, - , I Q x Q ii g 4, M07 'rw 163' ,5 AN, so QI ,ffiiu . 'wks In 'M ag. -' ali ,ft-,A X 4,1 3' A iw' Xi f V44 x 4 , - ffxs K ,Q gb 'N , f ,. Q ,," ,g hiv mg ab , ' x , fx 1f'X+', g 'P-:Q AQ ,X .SQY X F' fx? 'Q 'Q Q A X X, Morris "S H ,X I I A Q if. f Y , ' ,J lv , " 1 Aff ,ft I9: ' " s,. .xr . A-iv'5?fr:'f". v 1 i 'Y Li ij- 5' L -fy-wweew-uv , i ,W ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.....,,.A.... x..'. , 1. ,L N. 'ml' ,J t , re- if-""r . , 'ffffm' x"' ' ' -. .. 11.4-fn' '5lvfff":7f' 5 Y' "N" at ' .,.,f.x., .-V. A ww-A '...g .f-'...,u..1L".r.."- Q-4:sa:a'T.w,:w,..s2a-14ft'f-fi3.1-i1'?ffl'ZZi?.Z'f,TIfik naken Overstreet exhibits hurdling form. Sterling Alexander and "Snake" Overstreet blast 5' ,,.,1 Mac Rowlette lofts the shot put. out of the starting block. NN xx X H 3 x 4 Q. -r X . ! RK. , K 1 Qf,Q1+lfvz:,, . i , . W P g t . , 4, f- , - ' " , ,.n.. 6 . .. ,. Q . - W P . M... W, J- tw Q-- A ', t VM. -at A - - - ws A 0 x ki f i x -- ' , t .' ' X ' t , Q-N'5,:JETi ' -W P ' N - I . if -r if t .4 , - V ' 1 ' , .4 ,. ' '. 3--it---:-,zzg----vs-,, :Q -- '- ,f :,.22, E in ,.x:?Q?:Jq?.xA: ,5Kfx:t:f5 VQm.. F ...i Q' lruilti, 5 4 ,. 1, I 4 ,. , .4 ,. . - . , .- YR P it - QSUGN " 1. J. '...Q .- . ' ' ' ' . ,,z..,,n ,. - - 1 . . ., . ..A , . -- ..,...,v.:A:. t , tr ew-.r..- -- . ff- Q ., Rwnxi Ph- . ,at 5 ...- 1 .bpg-4.1. , Q.- . lb. Seven Tracksters on ASU Squad KX-" W 7 l if 't 'W xl i . . S T V I -...st X . 4 . , . A 'N -...ff U k . 1 -. L. to R.. First row: Scott Pruett, Mac Rowlette. Sterling Alexander. Second row: Manager Tommy Stephens, Steve Langebartel, Dale Lewis, Morris Overstreet, Ray Lozano, Coach William Lane. Passing the baton is a very important part of the mile-relay event. The 1970 TRACK SQUAD got off to an early start with Morris '4Snalce,' Over- street capturing first place in the 120 ' high hurdles at the Southwest Recreation Track Meet in Fort Worth with a time of 14.5 seconds. This is the first meet of the track season for the Ram cinder- man. Others members of the team and their respective events are: Sterling i . g, " in . .. -lg-.. ,,,, ., P Alexander-440g Steve Langbartel- 880, Dale Lewis-880, mileg Ray Lozano f -440g Mac Rowlette-Shot, Discusg Scott Pruett-440. Three of the seven members are freshmen. The contest tra.-g Q. g A schedule for this season contains meets - I-3 A. V with Howard Payne College, McMurry "-"""'il"-- College, and many other teams in the - - Lone Star Conference. Besides their own -we -4+ conference, the Rams will be competing he si against trackmen from the Southwest Conference. ' ' V., . , '.." .. - Golfers Vie for LSC Crown P I Q 5 J - L. to R., First Row: Eddie Burkett, Ronnie Broadrick, Con Hartman. Second row: Wade Daugherty, Tommy Hayes, Larry Ricci, Coach Wade Tumer. Coach Wade Turner and his 1970 An- gelo State COLFERS open their season with victories over Hardin-Simmons, Sul Ross, and Abilene Christian College. This year Turner and his six-man squad are competing against all their Lone Star Conference foes as well as top- ranked national teams like the University of Houston and the University of Texas at Austin, both of whom have won na- tional NCAA titles in recent years. The University of Houston won it last year. There are two juniors, two sophomores, and two freshmen on the squad, giving the Rams a lot of balance and a look toward the future as well as putting them in contention for the present. 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BK F'Q2 H7194 vnu V if Ski: .44 159 w jms "NVQ: 4 f wssfif? 'L .P do ' 4,3 r ,Q pi 1 Qi' sly' 'N 2 x " . l v Q r-ci ' imfryx' .r ....... rm. , A-. +'531-il'i'is.?-85 Intramural games draw large crowds. Bill Crouch turns the corner. Teammates watch the action. Herrell Flynt retums an interception. f ' fx Y L I' 4 Q 4 W F-,,,, . ,un 3 Men's Intramurals Grow in ' 0 The Angelo State University INTRAMURAL SPORTS PRO- GRAM FOR MEN is provided to enable any man on campus to participate in organized sports of some kind. Categories of sports available include flag football, basketball, and softball. ln the flag football program there are over 200 men participat- ing. More than 150 individuals enter the basketball session, and more than 150 participate in the softball program. ln football the championship is determined by a playoff slate between the top four teams. Each team is eliminated after two losses in the finals. ln this manner, the Ragnotts won the 1970 intramural football championship, Similar playoff slates are used in the other areas of basketball and baseball also. Directed by Max A. Bumgardner, the intramural program has expanded rapidly and is expected to grow even more rapidly in the future. The way the program is being operated now, any number of teams can enter the competition with the Physical Education Department furnishing officials for the games when possible and the teams providing them if not. Intramural sports involves many more students than varsity sports and stimulates a great deal of interest for students who would otherwise be left out. Tight offensive play is not uncommon. .-.'--a3afXf'm--Q:,5.?'li' f 5 V .- .5 - ,.-.,..g,5,?w X - . f ..: A.. ., . 'J-H "WI-' f gage' ' , Mm' -' ' e .v MN' w if 'lfffmi ' V 93.4 ' F. QQ ,.",:fi ms.. ' A , 'V -' W Q ' I ss ' 7.1, ".,:fa- Ms., V. ' .zf.xS9i'i':',e-T' 'P' , V I .M .N kg 3,13 , P3 fitgifs -3152, -,H f ., - i . .rs '-mfi1??f?.5Za?f5 f w f. " ., TV' ' ' - . ,f':'?'fv-a,g,sf'v, :M :,s'f s-. A - va, 5f--- - - wg' Al ,g x 'X e - -L. lg.. ' 3,fi' 1"-'igVQiA1,f '.3,-ft1i'.."t4 . in ec,-I ,. wi: '1 -' 'W . , ,237-.F ml Q' S! UF T3 ,w'3?1 5-. ,,, 353. .jg 'rl ' F. N if 1--fEfE1.f+-Q51-A A f A " i' A P' X P f f QA-xmga'1f- f ff im, eff' ,ww My Coeds Partake In Intramurals Each Semester The WOMENS INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM is open to all women of the University. It is under the direction of Dr. Jewell Pye who coordinates the activities. She is assisted by other women staff members in conducting the program. The activities provide competition in individuals and or- ganized team sports. Activities for the women includes basket- ball during the fall semester and volleyball, tennis, and bad- minton played in the spring. The Womenis Recreation Association serves as the intramural planning group and the members elect individuals to serve as directors of the various sports. Referees of basketball are members chosen from the officiat- ing class, a part of the P.E. curriculum. Women who are not members of this organization may par- ticipate in the intramural program. In the tournament, each team plays two games and the winning team ig ' A , rf lilo S tx '54, , V h ,f , I HZ? 'rrrx gh .U t K -M - . '. . .- Xe! 'viii' www-- -am-ve 1+ 'Sifwqf fwfas--u P X T an i -'n . '- Qf GJJNZ .4 Z' 7:-1, :Ja E dgtlni rl 9 S.. '11, s SAX x 'N 40, gk, . s, ilu. - J, .F 1- S- 1 Q i his sushksfq O Dfs 1, lg s N- , N -Z'-'E-NZ' 'S six va. 5 K- 5:3-- , P t 1. .49 "'s ,EE77 ' - - kay ' V1 ' f . f , s 1' - 3 ,fi 5 - 572 , 5511- . wyff .-" - , X, if X A-'wwf ' . T' ff 4,',,':,.,,,.,,,....,L.,.......... . . V --,.1.tf..C,. - ' 1 i :tiff .. fl, A. 0 'Y :l ' ,A Q. ,. .- -.. ... ...Q-............. ...-.Q----1 anuaellvhuysslth inlsinislfisuiu ' .5 5215? if ,ia .5 ix 41, f I K ,gi H 3 .eg 'E ' x ,ggi 15" Jx N af' I ' 1 QR 1 ' an ? I 2 Q 955 H Q FY E I: -'L ' --9 Efaijn W , , ,, 1-135, .. 3 g-. xl fx, Thirty-Four pperclassmen Named To l1o's Who Among Students In American Universities, Colleges Late October saw the announcement of the thirty-four upper- classmen honored to appear in the 1970 edition of WI'lO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. The students are first nominated by their respective major departments. The prospects are then evaluated on the basis of their academic standing, service to the community, leader- ship in extracurricular activities and future potential by a com- mittee composed of members of the administration and faculty. Dean Sid Stevenson heads the committee whose members also include Dean William O'Zee, Dean Maxine Brown, Dr. Bernie Young, Mrs. Maxine Henthorn, and Prentiss Windsor. Then the field is narrowed to ASU's quota of thirty-four. The biographical information on each candidate is then for- warded to the national offices of WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES for final approval and also to the Student Placement Office maintained by the organization to assist in making recommenda- tions and employment contacts. In addition, the students are recognized at the annual spring Honors Program and receive a certificate citing their achieve- ment. The primary purpose of the WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES is to provide a democratic basis for the recognition of the out- standing leaders on the campuses across the nation. Only college seniors, juniors and graduate students enrolled in four-year undergraduate institutions or graduate schools are eligible for nomination to the national organization. Selected by the accounting department, RAN- DALL DOUGLAS ALDRIDGE is a senior from Ovalo. 1 Y v-7 BILLIE JEANN BATES, in the upper left hand corner, a junior from Menard, is majoring in English and is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta and Alpha Mu Gamma. ANNA RUTH BRADEN. upper right. a senior from Wall and nomin- ated by her major department, biology, is the treasurer of tlie Biological Society and belongs to Alpha Chi. A San Angelo junior majoring in general business, PERRY LEE BUCK is a member of Phi Eta Sigma and Delta Sigma Pi. A representative of elementary education and a senior from San Ange- lo, SUE BRADLEY BURROUGHS is a member of Mortar Board, the Student Education Association and Kappa Delta Pi. An active member of the Baptist Student Union, Student Education Association, and Mortar Board, MARY JUDY BYRD, in the lower left, a senior from San Angelo, was nominated by the business educa- tion department. A member of Mortar Board and senior from Water Valley, NETA SUE CARTER, in the lower right, was nominated by the department of sec- retarial science. I 52525 s QV' J 1 x 1 i l F , 1 M '- Q S77-f':0wT2 iff, :-sl' ' 5 yin' ,, Qin? 'Y W 4 5 ' ,,t,t A HEX ii S l " '5"4fff' :HH ill? S 5 x 2 S x x Qt - Q .t .Q 4-. A junior from Wall and majoring in accounting, MONROE PAUL DIERSCHKE, JR. is a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Chi, Delta Sigma Pi, Four Corners Square Dance Club, and is the president of the junior class. Selected by the accounting department, ROBERT PERRY EUBANK, standing in the lower left, is a member of the Baptist Student Union, Delta Sigma Pi and is a senior from San Angelo. LEWIS CICERO GODWIN, JR., shown in the lower right, is nominat- ed by the business department and is majoring in general business. He is a senior hailing from Odessa. 351 FX Q 2 .wx , X WRA, the Newman Club, Alpha Chi, and Alpha Lambda Delta are a few of the activities that keep JUNE LOUISE HALFMANN, a junior from Eola majoring in accounting, busy at ASU. Nominated by the business education department, JUDY ANN HAMP- TON, standing by the library, is a senior from San Angelo. Judy is a member of the Student Education Association, Kappa Delta Pi, Mor- tar Board and Alpha Chi. BEVERLY BRACKETT HERNDON, a senior from San Angelo, stand- ing in the bottom right. has a double major in English and general busi- ness. She is a member of the Student Education Association. 'S j' B -few-rfv f S4 ix ,.z W ef NV f 1. ,H -xl' R ' Xi V I .1 QF 1:11 535 26.2- : z, 'vi . 225.1 I .151 ,QL if v,.,.,. M ., 1-. ssc,-u lemme ff" Tiff. .QA ? ,faf ' '3- "' sf., 75:31, fi?-"?r'a"1L4 wy , ' 5' gt in '-QV, ufljff-' 5 ..." ' x.' ' 3 1 -1 - ia.. fr -'- ,ff A,-tx-fi, , -'s Big, F fi '17-' A 'Vi r if Xa x ,..5?i!,aeA-fgfpg 1: Qi -, - ,s - , ,- V -,st . fig .--fjyfijsctijet. , t N t . .W -,gy ff e .,:"y.,'w: i 4 " r '93 .safe-1:3-si.. ,- Chosen by the physics department, FRANKLIN JAMES HOLIK is a senior from Wall. He is an active member of the Society of Physics Students, the Math Honor Society, Phi Eta Sigma, and Alpha Chi. Listed on the Dean's Honor Roll, GENELLE EDMISTON JOHNSON. by the Food Services Center, is a junior from Eldorado majoring in accounting. Gazing at the student center, SUSAN KAY MASON is a junior from San Angelo whose academic achievements include an award for Scholar- ship and being listed on the Dean's Honor Roll. Hailing from Paint Bock, BARBARA ANN MATTHIESEN is a senior active in the Newman Club, Alpha Chi, Mortar Board, Press Club, Sig- ma Tau Delta. and is this year's editor of the Rambouillet. She is ma- joring in English and speech. Standing in front of the Science Building, EMPRESS ANN MCFAR- LAND is a busy senior from Snyder. She is majoring in journalism and English and serves as a member of the Student Association, his- torian of the Student Education Association, and a reporter on the Bam Page. She is a past holder of the title of Miss ASC and a Homecoming Duchess. An elementary education major, PAULA JANE MILLER, in the lower right, is the fifth vice-president of the Student Education Association and is a senior from Odessa. ASPN ia.. ni. s , e t t f V l 1 irq l 'ii , 1 . ffssjj L- y 5 , 1 T533 , Est? wi I ? ' I Hi? ...,, 1 ., 5 s Q il!! A 5551 at fri: ,Lx "" - 3 . . '1EfE'f if Q :T cf 4 . " 2 A member of the Student Association, Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, the president of the Student Education Association, and the second vice- president of the High-rise, and standing in the upper left, FRANCES .ENN PIETZSCH is a senior from Roscoe majoring in education and nglish. VANCE ALAN POE, a senior in the upper right quadrant, is an ac- counting major from Balmorhea. He is a member of Delta Sigma Pi. Nominated by the general business department, BILLY CARROL RAT: LIFF is a senior from Llano. He is the president of Delta Sigma P1 and the assistant director of the High-rise. JAMES BRYAN RILEY is a senior from San Antonio majoring in general business. Coming from Stamford is English major, JOSEPH MARCOS SEGURA, located in the bottom left. He takes an active part in Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Mu Gamma. the Student Association, and Sigma Delta Pi. With a double major of biology a.nd pre-med., GORDON DABNEY SCHRANK. in front of the high-rise, is a preoccupied junior from El- dorado. Appropriately. Cordon is the president of the Biological So- ciety and a member of Phi Eta Sigma. II F si .E .3 ' 'S si- Q I , N I Yi - ill H l els. . I , c fs 11 il El - W: nl K 1' El- 'I ii! 'I 'I ml Nl 'Q I li les' ilfllsldlililhllli If f . I M .. fi I I .Uh lu Iii nf, . A Y' 3 4 'U '-'ll 55N - I ,,. gn 1.3 lgjyif! L- i I s ' m I I lr I ,, ml. life? lx - ll ii? limi. ill Ik IIS IN 5 -sa' .S IFJ fail I I lu' EE ..-::--a 1: 'sr::!.EFl!LJ!!!li5fJn5f I i .- ,,-s,i M' 5, lima.. 111 4 Q1 an -X., NI if-. Sl R 5. P-x Seated by the Student Center, SUSAN GALE SCHULZE is a senior majoring in business education from Mason. She is the secretary of the Women's High-rise Review Board. and a member of Alpha Chi, the Wesley' Foundation, Sigma Tau Delta, and the Student Education Asso- C13Il0I'l. Hailing from San Angelo. RAY DON SCHWERTNER, next to the library, is a senior accounting major active in Delta Sigma Pi. KENNETH MICHAEL SMITH is a senior from Santa Barbara. Calif. He is a biology major and a member of XCI, the first past president of the Biological Society, and an Associate Justice on the student court. A San Angelo math major, VAN LINUS STAHL, is an active member at ASC He is a member of Phi Eta Sigma. Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Mu Gamma, Alpha Chi, and is the secretary-treasurer of the Math Honor Society. Stahl received a Scholarship and Academic Excellence Award. The president of the History Club, the parliamentarian of the Student Education Association, and a member of the ASU Political Science Association BURDETT HENRY TERRILL, in the lower left, is a se- nior majoring in government from San Antonio. In front of the high-rise, MIKE ANGEL TORRES, a double major in chemistry and biology, is a senior from San Angelo. He is the vice- president of the ASU Biological Society, and a member of Alpha Epsi- lon, the Math Club and Honor Society, and vice-president of the Stu- dent Life Committee. ., ,ji C3 A .X 2 x in fu M ui 'if K , V , -. ,. ' ,. + n I -rf ,. 3.. - . s c Q' "t 1 1 - 'Jw S I A il Iliff 1 I S . '59 355 I Qs.-i QS Ii I lv ME Sz, W3 tt. R if fl get if , 5 i .X . K. I x . I -4 In front of the doors to the Food Services Center is, DANIEL COOPER VAUGHN, a senior from San Angelo majoring in math. He is a mem- ber of Phi Eta Sigma, the treasurer of Alpha Chi, Alpha Mu Gamma, and the Math Honor Society. He serves as a trainer for the Ram bas- ketball team. Coming down the steps in the Academic Building, EDWARD LEE WALRAVEN is a senior majoring in joumalism from Water Valley. He received the Achievement and Leadership Award from the ASU Award committee and is the News Editor on the Ram Page. Majoring in joumalism. CLAUDE STANLEY WILSON, a senior from Odessa, is a member of the Press Club, Delta Epsilon, and is the Business Manager of the Ram Page. v 125 .aV" 'f arg! .4 "fp'5f1.' Ab' x . ,-fi. ',.- Fra..- .il 'VN' A -if 97,4 1 Hg ist 2 Y , 'lj 2-gil? .5 Wfwigxr fr if "mags af ws 14 K . Myst if Q, fn.. Av! JH ea iii? 3' K i'f Qf'. - fff f f g , , I , .. 2 if - x A 'xb-. ' QKNQN- , . , jg? 1 "ii 9' lik Q4 . '-'G , , 1 Ji vx'- 1 J 'vfgfxi 4 I rx if ,- ' 'E' " V xx 1 1 1' 1 -Vi ' 5. .- " : haf' ' .- A iz 6 ' . Q - ,ig vibr. Q ' . A,,, ff egg Q A A f ,ME fi , . N, 1 I Eff !5 R I A X., . x, "4 Inspecting the Victory Barrel are Bernie Shaffer and Joe Huchton. A' E :QQ 1- X TQTAXF . if V' -' gt ix ,SSP :- , 5 t fm Bill Corases Fred Moore Dean Raboum Rudy Zarnarippa I ""M.,. s z l I Designing the ASU sign, Rudy Zamarippa views various possibilities. i E I Circle K sweetheart is Debby Brooks. Associated with the international Ki- wanis organization. CIRCLE K serves both the campus and the community. Membership is maintained by active members as they enlist five new mem- bers each, in the fall of the year. Annual projects in which the club engages include selling mums and car- ing for the ASU ram mascot. This year, the group raised money to buy a sign for ASU and presented a Victory-barrel to the school for spirit. l w f H ...gs-x .EJ , g.:3....,,A Ex: ,mn ., -,-,aw 11. , Q l Y' , f ,J 127 i I I lr t r 28 Gamma Chi Sets Goal for OD With rush week, parties, campus and community service, and final presenta- tion, GAMMA CHI sorority enlists its members toward social status. Activities for 1969-70 includes a Creek and a Horoscope party plus dec- orating tlie Student Center for the home- coming dance. Community action involves a coke bottle drive to raise money for a needy family at Christmas. Sorority members also organize a collegiate action pro- gram for the March of Dimes. ln prepa- ration for pledge presentation, the girls raise money by selling decorator candles. 1,1-M For an extra project. Donna O'Neal and otlitr Gamma Cln members sell popcorn ball By selling scented Christmas candles. Gamma Clii girls Susie Graham and Peggy Neill earn money for the sorority presentation on February 12 Paddy Dickehut Susie Graham Janina Inman, vice Susan Lange Barbara Miller Peggy Neill Donna O'Neal 'Q Miss Randy Turnhow, sponsor Dana Boedeker, president Sandy Harris, secretary president , . ffswsqm-, is F : Q, fn- 5:52 . I . Vx.. To earn "ransom money," Gamma Chi girls kidnap Christi Lazenby from her friends in the Men's High Rise dorm. Miss Dora Kelly, Beverly Alhro Joan Bishop Anne Carey Cathie Clemens Candi Cooper Betsy Daniel Kathie Failing Nancy Fraser, president Sherri Green, treasurer Jan Henderson, vice president Linda Hooper Betty Isbell Jerry Johnston Martha Jordan Marcia Richards Kathy Ripple Ann Schertz Margaret Scott Linda Tawater Maureen Trotter Cindy Veazy, sec Peggy Williams As an early morning surprise. Candi Cooper and other sorority pledges take active Lambda Tau members to breakfast : X' 'Ii Iv P' x- -ox gg g r 1 41' xg N 42 F y A , d , .V , , K2 ,v f . ilk 30 I Peggy Williams and Ann Schertz open gifts at the annual Lambda Tau Christmas party. Sorority Emphasizes Social Development Opening the year with rush activities, LAMBDA TAU sorority bases its func- tions on social etiquette and culture. The group involves itself in community projects such as helping in the Mental Retardation Center and raising money for foster children at Christmas. During rush week, Beverly Albro and Nancy Fraser attend the sorority teas. Campus activities are included dur- ing special events of the year. The so- rority worked on a float during home- coming and contested Lambda Chi Al- pha fraternity in their annual football game. The year is highlighted with the pledge presentation in February. RY F? Q .6 X if .W 2 Dr. Robert Coe, sponsor Billy Bankston Gary Barber .lim Bean, secretary Michael Brown Mario Castillo Tommy Chambers Larry Clark Dub Cupp Maurice Havlak Marshall Huling J oe Hunter Bill Irby Rill Ivy, president Rusty McDaniel Wayne McGrath Ricky McKinney, treasurer Randall Meador Joe Milam David Perry Jim Schneider Tim Schneider Randy Thomas Gary Walker Bruce Wayhani Jerry Wilson Ricky Wilson, vice-president Ed Wyatt 'JB R73 W' 'Se ,.'st,- f l F 6 X ' y 5 l .1-'-.ra-' - A-' 'Cf' ty,-"f ' ,Q , .Q- ,z . Z 11 NW' Q' , " 'Y' , f if -u i .. . ,V ....,, , . AR T ' r-Nh. 1-4- -- M 7 R K 5 Y :gi ffl . fl i"' Wafer , -,, ,g...,A-v- o 2 r V 1,b . , Phi Sigma Becomes "Pikes', .W b Pi Kappa Alpha members prepared a Thanksgiving dinner for underprivileged families. Dedicating a flagpole to the Bradford Youth Center are Pikes Mario Castillo, Bill Ivy, and David Perry. Gaining recognition as the ASU chap- ter of the national fraternity, PI KAPPA ALPHA is changed from Phi Sigma in 1969. With 28 active members, the social organization is concerned with campus and community services. Activities for the year include home- coming preparations in which the Pikes win first place for their '6Snoopy',- mounted float. Another event is a Thanksgiving dinner for underprivileged families. ln early October, the group chooses four girls, known as Pikettes, to hostess smokers. The students include Judy Campbell. Becky Callan, Cindy Craw- ford, and ,lan Henderson. Ffa Lambda Chi Gets Charter In the process of becoming a full- fledged member of the national fra- ternity, LAMBDA CHI ALPHA uses this project as its main activity for the year. To do so, members petition about 170 other chapters in the nation, and then buy and furnish a house for fra- ternity usage. Activiites for the past year include a cystic fibrosis drive for the March of Dimes and a scholarship drive entitled "Grades for Dollars". Members also help with the Boys, Ranch. Clayton Alred Jerry Barnard Charles Beasley, president Gary Bowen Gerald Breeding Craig Carter James Collie Tim Corder Dennis Coyan Cary Davenport Robert Eckhardt Steve Eustis Vance Fields Herrell Flynt Wayne Franke Brent Fullerton Lee Garvin Pat Cladden David Gould Bill Huey 1- it otfl .f"s- ..f 9 Q x wx Q x, Q 3 X Hoe-ing weeds for the final touch on the new headquarters are Joe Jay Pitman and Pat Cladden. 3 -gg' 'SS' 453 'T 1 ...yu nl ' N' ' -iii "0'5 in--p ki '84 Cav r-9 x as sgxx -nr: ,1"'. NL. Nqryfx-xox 6 ..,. Q.. gl 32 If of 8 ax- 9 . In-.Y f' -ani .Jn- eq N., s , , i A N After selecting a house for frat usage, Lambda Chi members adjust their Greek letters. N x -9' X I,-yrr w . , X . :Q-,:.Q,.wrs-'sy-,f l S1 ,:.,: tg ff , pw W . ' ,, . X 1.-b-'rm' . ,- JP" I -.N-.ww ,sw- ewK"""' . ,,,.,.,.+-f"""W sf. ,,l, y . q I .b.,,.. , as ,sw t,:,. , . , rf ,Q ga .sf ' I ,,,s -, ,. 51. so t 2 , Q ,lv -'QQ :,, X V xi . . . "gg:-' ' , Y et .Z 'F . . '- ' f Q. .Q gjifffw' W N-we Q25 X ., ,. X-:raw-f-:v f , nv-A: ., 21:55 Q , ' gr? Jerry Head Dewayne Hahn Joe Jay Pitman Charles Oelkers Charles Musta Larry McCarroll Larry Matson Jim Lummus Lynn Lollar Wayne Lennefelt Gene Keeney John Rahija Jerry Rauterkus Harvey Reeves Kenny Sanders Sonny Sanders Bobby Shuster Ronnie Smith Dave Stinnett David Strahl, secr etary Mark Thieman, vice-president Steve Turner, treasurer Drex Vincent Del Velasquez Tonuny Wood Tana Perkins Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl ff! '-'R' wr'-""f'f7 Sandra D'Andrea, 1969 Sweetheart Jeanine Kunkel, 1970 Sweetheart Carlos Alvarado Carl Dodd Joe Flores Elias Lara Manuel Lujan Roy Martinez -,. ,qu--A -' .z:f.,.. X -:-q::,..f.,...,. W. 4--'-5' 1' 65...-v 'I Randall Middlebrook "" Manuel Sanchez Joe Segura Mike A. Torres .ai -f1.- - at f , w""l8 ii V 9 fea- ,, i 9 557. t ! X Explaining Alpha lipsiloifs procedures to Marvin Schultz, Carl Dodd, president, plans public relations services. I 11511 Alpha Epsilon Services A-State . M ln i ,seam Alpha Epsilon members head recreational facilities in the Student Center. ,o v,, s .......,......-.---n Conducting a student poll is Joe Segura. With the motto Hservice to campus and community," ALPHA EPSILON stands as ASU's only service fraternity. In their community work, members tutor elementary through high school age youngsters at the Randolph and Rio Vista centers. This is done in coopera- tion with the Collegiate Action Corp. On campus, Alpha Epsil0n's activities include keeping the activity bulletin board in front of the Student Center, and promoting the Maxine Brown Me- morial Scholarship fund. Members also volunteer to usher the New Christy Minstrels concert in January. Jan Henderson, sweetheart A. C. Grigson, sponsor Col. F. L. Grooms, sponsor Larry Alexander David Aycock James Baker Jerry Bentley Allen Bishop, jr. vice president Larry Blasdell Perry Buck, treasurer Bill Burnes Johnny Day Keith Dean Monroe Dierschke, secretary Jim Dyer, sr. vice president Robert Eubank Paul Godwin David Harrison Bill Hart Garland Hunnicutt Billy Jacoby Mike Kilgore Jim Kinney Paul Lankford David Largent Tommy McCulloch Ronnie McKeever Neal Montgomery f-ai ':"u9 '19 5, -16 .,...-an lf 63, new T5 1r'V -0' ,pai X--Q, Q -uf s , 0 5 ., ' ...f 1 ' .gl if X"5'.. Delta Sigma Pi Aids Business in L In January, Delta Sigma Pi members honored fall pledges with a banquet. 1 Serving the campus with the produc- tion of the student directory each year and the sponsorship of various school ac- tivities, DELTA SIGMA PI business fraternity functions to foster the study of business in universities and colleges. It encourages scholarship, social acnvi- ty, and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and pracnce. To begin the school year, the fra- ternity sponsors a dance during Howdy Week. Other activities include intra- mural basketball, a trip to the Ice Ca- pades with boys from the Boy's Ranch, and sponsoring a benefit game with the Dallas Cowboys. we-V f ' V 1 r 5 56, -.S 2- 49 .lames Nowlin Billy Ratliff, president Richard San Roman Ray Schwertner Bobby Sims Stanley Smith .lack Srader Kenneth Wright appa Kappa Psi Aids Band Trip iii f 'X ZZ? J, pf, ,,-I Pledges Gene Cobb, Earlie Rose, Phil Foster, and Lee Anderson ponder over rules set by their fraternity. Boosting musical ability among uni- versity band members, KAPPA KAPPA PSI band fraternity organizes social ac- tivities and fund raising projects. In the fall, members solicit a car wash to earn money for the annual band tour in March. Other projects included two blood drives for transportation to the ASU-ACC game and a trip to Austin for thc district convention, April 9-11. Members are also contracted for a land clearing job to earn c 0 n v e n t i o n expenditures. Kappa Kappa Psi members Jini Nevins, Jimmy Clarke, and James Burnett prepare for the annual band tour. Linda Whiteker, sweetheart Charles Abel, president .lim Burnett Ted Caffey Jimmy Clarke Ernest Gill, secretary C. B. Hester J oe .lacobo Jim Nevins, vice president Jack Pool, treasurer Zeke Ramirez Sam Robbins 4. M., "ww Car washing becomes a money ralsmg project for Kappa Kappa Psi members Emest C111 and Jack Pool. WSW ' "'1'f,g:.e1 x- sr - M-14 43' .M . sg ..,. . M Diane Bachman ' lb Iris Chaney i . -2 Carol Flury, vice president ' Debbie Graves, treasurer b Lana Kennedy Dana Lowe, president Sue Oliver Glenda Smith 1,9 V Linda Whiteker, secretary it X Planning the route for the band tour in March are Iris Chaney, Jeanette Nelson, and Dana Lowe. Tau Beta Si ma Benefits Band . Y I . wi W f w, rp . is -Us , .r ql A 5 s 2 1 x..........ai Practicing after a band class are sorority members Debbie Graves, Linda Whiteker, and Sharon Cunningham. Looking over new temple blocks with Mr. Pace are Sue Oliver and Glenda Smith. Functioning as the Alpha Gamma colony of TAU BETA SIGMA, national honorary band sorority, the group pre- sents its first pledge class to ASU in 1969. With the advancement of all band activities in mind, the sorority partici- pates in various department activities. During the band Christmas party, the girls give presents to representatives from the Salvation Army. They also work with Kappa Kappa Psi members in planning the band tour in March and the awards banquet in May. hu lk if I 11 l iglgil Mexico Hold New Adventure JOURNEYING TO MONTERREY, MEXICO, during the semester break twenty-seven students, faculty members and guests from Angelo State University learn that courtesy and hos- pitality are universal. The five-day trip is sponsored by Alpha Mu Gamma, the foreign language society on campus. It offers first-hand experience to language students and a valuable lesson on international friendship to everyone. ln addition to making new friends, the group tours several Monterrey industries. They visit a glass and crystal factory, a steel mill and a brewery. Several sightseeing tours take them to points of interest in the city, including the Garcia Caves on the outskirts of the city and the famed Horsetail Falls. Sponsor of Alpha Mu Gamma, Mrs. Mildred Wiseman, pre- sents letters from President Vincent to several distinguished citi- zens of Monterrey, including the mayor, Ing. Gerardo Torres Dias. k f end mth two Monterrey chlldren who greet the roup as they tour the city during their five-day visit to Mexico. . at A group of twenty-seven journey from San Angelo to Monterrey, Mexico during break. Q ff'- M ,....,,4 h 2' 'I nj! RCStauranlS visited provide entertainment- New friends are found as Don Ware and Debby Curtis meet a cart driver from Monterrey. Students view a Monterrey cathedral from therr hotel wmdow. Students relax for a moment on the Hotel Hamilton parking lot in La- redo before boarding the bus for Monterrey. 'gf T Qin K , y :Mfg 1' iv, , 'P' Q' , ' ff . 1 9 .rr'f.31!" Il, I 51 i' Us ' . , SH' lpha Chi Honors ASU Scholars Being recognized as a member of ALPHA CHI is one of the highest honors which can be bestowed upon an Angelo State University student. Alpha Chi is affiliated with the National Honor Scholarship Societies. Membership consists of the upper five per cent of the junior class and the top ten per cent of the senior class. All members must have a grade point average of 3.25 or higher. Alpha Chi holds its formal initiation during the spring. Mr. Delgert Tarter is its sponsor. Brent Tarter is the organization's president. Vice-president is ,lim Ellen Adams. Frances Pietzsch is secretary of Alpha Chi and Danny Vaughn is treasurer. W Sponsor Delbert Tarter informs new members about the local chapter. 357 U91 cm xi ww., ., Invitations for membership were sent to 29 juniors and 18 seniors. L. to R., First row: Brent Tarter, Jim Ellen Adams, Frances Pietzsch, Danny Vaughn, Mr. Sid Stevenson fsponsorl, Mrs. Maurine Walker fSP0Tl50l'l, Mr. Delbert G. Tarter fsponsorl. Second row: Ricardo Tor- res, Tom Brown, Chuck White, Lewis Godwin, Gordon Schrank, Mon- roe Dierschke, Jr., Elvis Schmiedekamp, Perry Buck. Third row: Frank- lin Hollk, Mary Sue Gill, Anna Braden, Barbara Matthiesen, Linda Hoelscher, Teresa Farina, Sara Wittel, Connie Bourg, Van Stahl. Fourth row: Nola Peer, Amy Pettit, Cheryl KDPP, .lune Halfmann, .lanice Half- mann, Cheryl Tumer, Judy Hampton, Mary Layne, Kathy Dodd, Jeann Bates. Fifth row: Freddy Fuchs, Marvin Schultz, Sue Burroughs, Sher- ry Wright, Rhonda Cochran, Sue Engelke, Patricia Tumer, Ronda Wojtek, Harold Seyvertsen. R -nn Q ar Q F' ortar Board Forms for omen is e F- I- A 1 V- 1 L.. L. to R., First row: Dr. Verna Mae Crutchfield fsponsorl. Alice Scho- vajsa, Nancy Smith, Linda Johnston, Cheryl Tumer, ,lim Ellen Adams. Second row: Mary Bvrd, Susan Schulze, Frances Pietzsch, Sara ,lane Wittel, Sue Burroughs, Eulabell Brewer, Nola Peer. Sue Burroughs leads other Mortar Board members in a discussion of future projects. Formally organized last spring, MOR- TAR BOARD is a group of twenty-one senior collegiate women. The organiza- tion may not exceed twenty-five se- lected members. Members are selected on the basis of distinguished ability and achievement in college, leadership, and service to the university. Faculty advisors are Miss Dora Mae Kelly and Miss Mildred Drach. As presi- dent, Jim Ellen Adams guides club proj- ects with assistance from vice-president Linda Johnston. Secretary and treasurer are Nancy Smith and Alice Schovajsa. Cheryl Tumer is social chairmang Dr. Verna Mae Crutchfield sponsors the group. fx Kappa Delta Pi Organizes Club The Mu Gamma Chapter, KAPPA DELTA Pl was initiated and the first officers installed in December, 1969. This is the first chapter of the nation- wide education honor society to be es- tablished on the Angelo State campus. Kappa Delta Pi invites as members stu- dents who have superior scholastic achievement and display qualities needed in the field of education. lt attempts to create an atmosphere of scholarship among students of education. In the spring new members are initiated to the society, and new officers are selected. The first president of Kappa Delta Pi is Dan Burns, and Eulabell Brewer serves as vice-president. Holding the of- fices of secretary and treasurer are Nola Peer and Alice Schovajsa, respectively. Linda Hoelscher represents the society as its reporter and historian. Dr. Lewis and Dr. Herrington advise the group in its activities. v-im,-f gS91':"3?-'IEFWQE' sl S N X Q 31' tk J .-a f? A .sg fi W, Mft 1 rw I x VA :, w .. 5 3' X. X3 A ,X " 2:2 s7:'3Pi,':: ' X x N 5 A rs tg ga i 1 ll A YX . w. 5 gd Dr. Jack Harrington and Dr. Kenneth Lewis serve as co-sponsors for Kappa Delta Pi. 'www IE? to R..Ll"irst row: Dan Burns, Nola Peer, Alice -Schovajsa, Eulabell Lela Hill Scott, Judy Hampton. Third row: Kaye Robbins, Sue B. reuer. inda Hoelscher. Second row: Amy Pettit. Christine Scott, Burroughs, Dr. Kenneth Lewis, Dr. Jack Harrington, Theresa Escobedo, Linda Johnston. Jim Ellen Adams, Sara ,lane Wittel, Mary Sue Gill, Nancy Smith. 148 1 Phi Eta Si ma Members Provide ASU Students With tudy Guides Phi Eta Sigma distributes "How to Studyw pamphlets each semester to in- coming freshmen. Phi Eta Sigma is a nationally affili- ated honor society. It consists of Angelo State men who have a 3.5 or above grade point. lt motivates men students toward scholarship. Mr. Vetal Flores is the Phi Eta Sigma sponsor. Officers include Pat Cladden, presidentg Earl Tyler, vice-presidentg David Harlow. recording secretaryg Steve Turner, treasurerg and James Lee Collet. corresponding secretary. Frank- lin Holik serves the group as senior advisor. 4 5.x A 4 A' 5 ,.1, ,,,s fi . x,..W. . iff? X" 9? P Q Q in H-i JEigh?f5fi'fflw"'7W JL.: ,,-.s . It ik -V .-.-, ,N W ,fag-ff , -5- ... rt" .H-'ff' fa- X ,.,,aT-1','uf K A 12-iw '-Si... - sw? ' 'wc' Y .i,ar"i' "i'Mww5.1 S. f Wars' M, rs 5- L. to R., First row: Mike Rauch, Earl Tyler, Monroe Dierschke, Jr., Gordon Schrank, ,lim Patterson, Howard Chapple, Pat Cladden, Mr. Perry Buck, James Collett, David Harlow. Second row: Chuck White, Vetal Flores lsponsorj. V.,-'f" gr' ,za f',.,. 149 Phi lpha Theta otes Excellence In History Stud L. to R.. First row: Allen Hurt. Linda Jones. Freddy Fuchs. Jim EI' len Adams. Second row: Amoldo DeLeon. Charles Parrish. Mr. Barry Crouch. Mr. Bob Holcomb. Mr. Robert Byms. Mr. J. Ralph Randolph. sponsor. Recognizing excellence in history is the Xi Zeta Chapter of PHI ALPHA THETA. Members must have a better than 3.0 average in history, completing at least twelve hours in this subject and having 3.0 or above in two-thirds of the remainder of their college work. This group includes both student members and members previously inducted into other chapters of Phi Alpha Theta. Their initiation banquet features a guest speaker. Xi Ze-ta's faculty sponsor is Mr. Randolph. Student leaders include Charles Parrish. president: Arnoldo Del..eon. vice- presidentg Jim Ellen Adams, secretary-treasurerg and Freddie Fuchs, historian. tex L. to R.. First row: Davye Loyd. Lela Hill Scott. Isabel Anderson. Beth Bailey. Sara Jane Wittel. Second row: Lvnda Duerksen, Harold Sywert- sen, Marvin Schultz. Breht Tarter. Elvis Schmiedekamp. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Randolph assist guests at a tea held for prospective Phi Alpha Theta members in the ASU Food Service Center. 9 A sw' free T' .Ao I. f,-r' r !'ffg"'f , .. V .y r E ix' Yi s fb 'L -JL-' 1595 - . . Qi all 7' 1- 'UL lyk athematics Honor Society Begins First Years ith The MATHEMATICS HONOR SOCIETY was formed in May, 1969, with a total of seventeen charter members-eleven students and six mathematics faculty members. The present so- ciety roll includes an addition of five fall semester initiates. Promoting scholarly activity in mathematics among students is the organization's purpose. The society works in close coor- uch Enthusiasm dination with the Mathematics Club to promote mathematical interests. The group plans to affiliate with Pi Mu Epsilon. the national mathematics honor society. President Anne Paschal and vice-president Danny Vaughn initiate the society activities, while Van Stahl acts as secretary- treasurer. Sponsoring the honor group is Mr. George Hill. p ,X J-:gf 3' 'S' L- T0 R-, First 1'0WZ Mr. George Hill, Danny Vaughn, Anne Paschal, Janice Halfmann, Franklin Holik, Linda Johnson, Carolyn Seitzler, Van Stahl. Second row: Mike Torres, Dr. Cass Archer, David Could, Shirley West, Dr. John Duke. Langua e Students Go to Mexico To help promote international under- standing, the members and sponsors went to Monterrey, Mexico, during the semester break and hope to make this trip a yearly project. ALPHA MU GAMMA, Epsilon Kappa Chapter, is a national foreign languages club with membership open to students taking any foreign langauge. A student studying any language and interested in promoting international understanding may be an associatemember. Making two Ais in the same foreign language is the requirement which active mem- bers rnust meet. The primary purpose of the local chapter is to encourage and honor stu- dents for outstanding achievement in college foreign language study. Wi S A X J ,P 'L tefgixi W 'ifi XXV? L. to R., First row: Dr. Lewis Fraser fsponsorb, Dr. Otto Tetzlaff thonorary memberi, Mrs. Mildred Wiseman fsponsorl, Louise Agnew, Guy Askew, president Julia Caballero, Connie Hen- son. Second row: Shirley West, Betty Hicks, Jeann Bates, Pamela George, Maureen Trotter, Ben Perez. Miss Elaine Lewis. Third row: Thomas Brown, Danny Valadez, John Hulme, Gilbert Omelas, Steve McKee, Karen Kelly. Hugo Levander. Fourth row: Joyce Bubenik, Sherrie Godf win, Margaret Daniel. Pcni Trusler, Don Ware, Viola Peer, David Gould. Fifth row: Terrilee Pettigrew, Debreah Curtis, Josefa Sandoval, Cheryl Kopp, Van Stahl. 1 i I P M,,,.,...-- ,4--u-P One honorary and 21 active new members were initiated Dec. 8. 152 ,X Monterrey. Mexico was tmm-d by at group of 27 for five days. Members provide entertainment at fund-raising Mexican supper. 7 Q 5 l 4 5 Sigma Delta Pi Stresses ualit In Spanish Skill 4 .Ls " s L i 'B "A"1weQt.t,, A The newly organized SIGMA DELTA Pl encourages schol- arship in Spanish. lt honors Spanish majors and minors who have at least a 2.79 overall average. The organization promotes an interest in Spanish culture and literature through its activities. Initiation ceremonies are conducted in Spanish according to Spanish tradition. Also, Mr. Osvaldo Orraca, the groupis faculty advisor, spoke on Miguel del Unamuno, one of the greatest Spanish philosophers and authors of the century. Dr. Helen Yeats is sponsor of Sigma Delta Pi. President is Joe Segurag vice president is Florence Emlerg and Christine Scott is secretary-treasurer. H. A -1QV:r:.:x' . - . 34" x 4. '1 ' - 1 5. . . 'il' ld O tfacult' advisorl, Dr. Helen Yeats fsponsorl. L. to R., First row: Joe Segura, Florence Emler, Gloria Garcia. Second row: Mr. Osva o rraca y . ,Y -9- I L 4' NN," , .ZF f " ""'+-.,N ' "1'T""':r - ix--..MN ,jr M1 , he 5 1. lv. Wy . 5 f 1 i S 36' , X13 1 , 'SA' -..,.. 'K p :lf " X , 2-.+.-v r 'z' sf' 'A ."'Nw, X- Us vv ,- ' X f Q-HRT 5 . 'Q l 3 f' it lf. , 411.25-t ' +3 QV? 93 During a stock show, James Meador judges At a Concho Aggies meeting, Will Ray Long Ccenterl, information and education director for 1 b a am . the Texas Parks and Wildlife, speaks to club members. , AZ, :sd A, . ,,--,:f,.--1:2527 gf' f' Y ' -1-' ff' As part of their class work, ag students Charles Frey and Kenneth Land investigate insecticide spraying crops. 'vi up ggies Learn MN Farming Skills Judging a stock show in December are ex-students Dawson Coleman of 1 g Miles and Robert Elliot' rancher' In his entomology class, Merel Wilson studies crop insects. C0HCh0 Aggies SP0US01'i5 MT- R- B- D001eY- As the only female ag major at ASU, Sheri Allen studies for a lecture. if is t :wg X . . ' L' ' ii s 'Q B " Q' nj, ne , no , f rc - 1 U I " 1-gr, . , ' so rw.. Karen Mohler is Aggie sweetheart. 1. ., .48 Promoting an understanding of agri- cultural systems and equipment, the CONCHO AGGIES were founded in 19418. A student must be taking one or more courses in agriculture and have an interest in the program to become a member. Projects for 1969-70 include prepara- tions for two state eliminations held on the ASU campus. A recognition banquet in the spring commends students who have contributed to the club, to the ag department or to the University. SEA, Tutors Boys at Boys Ranch ASU's STUDENT EDUCATION AS- SOCIATION tutors at Boys, Ranch. Members bring candy and fruit for the boys' Christmas party. SEA attempts to introduce education majors to the teaching profession. Each month SEA hosts a guest speaker. Among these speakers is Mr. Glenn Kidd, a consultant of Texas State Teach- ers Association. Members attend the area conference in Abilene and the state convention in Corpus Christi. At the dis- trict ETA convention the club provided a panel on '5What is SEAT' The organi- zation sponsors a cake walk at the Win- ter Carnival and a car for the Home- coming parade. Sponsors are Mrs. Maurine Walker and Dr. David Tullis. Officers are Fran- ces Pietzsch, presidentg Julia Caballero, Ist vice-presidentg Janice Burrus, 2nd vice-presidentg James Riddle, 3rd vice- presidentg ,Io Lyn Dabney, 4th vice- presidentg Paula Miller, Sth vice-presi- dentg Beverly Herndon, recording sec- retaryg Glenda Ward, corresponding A secretary: Margo Santiago, treasurerg I Burdett Terrill, parliamentariang Ruby Williams, historiang and Empress Mc- Farland, reporter. ,W-'f"f3w,:. ,fe Q., .. ,-uf' The Student Education Association operates a cake walk at the ASU Winter Camival. L' to R- First f0W' James R Riddle Frances Pietzsch B d tt t , .. , , 7 H H 'IIgerr1ll',MMEYg0 Simflilgo, Glenda Ward, Paula Miller, Beverly ulfieindon mprtss IcFarland, Jo Lynn Dabney, Ruby Williams. Second row Mrs. Maurine Walker tsponsorl, Christine Woodrow, Starla Carter: .Ioy Ella Petermann, Sandra D'Andrea, Sara Jane Wittel Judy Hamp lon, Cheryl Turner, Lynne Leifeste, Dena Porter, Barbara Matthiegen Third roiv: Jeanette Kujawski, Linda Law, Nancy Smith, Joe Segura, Pam Ixexth, Susan Schulze, Anna Holder, Louise Agnew, Amy Pettit, Sharon Prather, Marcy Allen, Linda Hoelscher. Fourth row: Wanda Porter, Margaret Greer, Sue Noelke, Maria Valdez, Belton Rasco, Eu- gene Castleberry, Randy Middlebrook, Bobby Norman, Marilyn Heinze. Delta Epsilon Sponsors Scholarship S l Wl d B ll M l W Bean Seldon Paschal Sanny Roach, Buddy Beck,. Charles Oelkers. gliyR Bill1lEtlllljaZonHallIalrYcTdH1gZ2 elClay1 Siggrgilu gecjnd rgi-qi lnPaii Robert Brown Mr Joe Gabriel lsponsorl, Walter Dufram. Each year DELTA EPSILON pre- sents a scholarship to an Angelo State freshman who has done outstanding work in his high school distributive edu- cation class. Delta Epsilon is a nationally affili- ated organization for distributive edu- cation majors and minors who have at least a 2.5 average in their college work. This club operated a dart booth at the Winter Carnival. At Christmas, the club members take presents to the physically handicapped children at the Helen Keller School. Mr. Joe Gabriel is the sponsor of the D E club. Charles Oelkers is presi- dentg Hal Ward is vice-presiclentg Mari- lyn Wilensky is secretary-treasurerg and Stanley Wilson is reporter. 'Ulu .IC OFM I . . :Ll nb i K . Melanie Wilde, Robbie Smith, and Teresa Newsom register Make-It-With-Wool contestant. Eta Epsilon Gamma Sponsors Wool Show On Nov. 17, ETA EPSILON CAM- MA, the ASU chapter of the American Home Economics Associaiton, sponsored the annual District IV Make It Yourself- With-Wool Contest. The club promotes all phases of home economics by helping the home econom- ics classes with an open house and by co-sponsoring a social event with the Concho Aggies. Sponsor of this club is Mrs. Willene Siler. Officers are Melanie Wilde, presi- dentg Teresa Newsom, vice-presidentg Susan Hudson. secretary: Martha Deh- nel. treasurer: and Jo Smith, historian. Each wool contestant is required to model the garment she had constructed. L. to R., First row: Patricia Dierschke, Lauren Jo Smith, Kay Mat- ley Stirl, Teresa Newsom, Susan Hudson, Rita Nell Davis, Janice Isbell, lock, Mrs. Willene Siler, fsponsorl, Martha Dennel. Second row: Shir- Shelly Koonta Melanie Wilde, Deborah Curtis. f '-t.. ., M N . E T T rag A, l L A T kv i , 'if W ir of - .. A 'Rx Q S Q "D t QN13 . ,P Y A' ' gig! 'W' as- ggs Q - - ' . Jw 'N Q 1 - - r'A'?n-ez' WR .4 qi. :,. - M, -1 . A . fir V' -Q J: .. .,, msg V al. I 5 E ...... 4 K mmm KQSQIKBSSSSSI ,, mm' insane nnasunn! nsnlunl llnflltkll umannn Xhlll naman! neun V annul '2222 llll lllllll one 't as ?:f't"" r'..- " ' J , 1 4 ,feast , f- M.. 5 We ' C 9 K., K ' S ,+view . N ' -,W . wk 1 . 6 'B K 3 ""'-BSE'-all - , 'ir-Q .X 'y an , .. . -1 H22 'W'f.,i . Q. .- g 'Q 'If' 'gsslnssasrsm -, A '- W 5 yang as - A- f 1 llllllilfil -, 3 . melmlulllf. . l ' ll 5 , . ' 8. XX " " ' K ui..- T "lr" , ' J I N " - x K . . 'fs ' :fits I J .i at ff +' . ,- -f ' ..,.a.g-.g.,.w- - f ""i'T'ff""' , A -v+.?.+.vf-T v ' rx S l Y ! . Alpha Delta Nu Performs Skits L. to R., First row: Mrs. Elizabeth Jones lsponsorl, Wanda Halfmann Bessie Hitch, Juanita Pruneda, Beth Durgin, Jean Corley, Ruth Halfmann, Mrs. Shirley Robertson lsponsorl. u Ls 'ffl' ' 4 F5 lmitating the nursing instructors and characterizing nursing fundamentals are the theme of two skits performed by student members in an attempt to in- crease membership. This professional organization is main- ly a service group for members in the community, asisting persons in a non- professional capacity. ALPHA DELTA YL' is affiliated with the National and Texas Student Nurs- ing Association. Aims of the group are to keep up with the latest technical ad- vances and to maintain an alert, up-to- date program. Nursing instructors Mrs. Elizabeth Jones and Mrs. Shirley Robertson spon- sor the group. Linda Burpo is presidentg Beth Durgin fills the vice-president slot. Secretary and treasurer are Bessie Hitch and Wanda Halfmann. respectively. ! i I .T , '4 ,L - ----if - ' '- Q i X .ale-f -Q I t ,h W l 5 T ' ' I Lg f - - ' , "" -Q ,L 'ln- ' as N Y Bessie Hitch, senior nursing student, misuses a clamp in a skit performed during Alpha Delta Nu's membership drive conducted this fall. 159 Physics Club Promotes Careers Informing area high school students of physics and engineering careers is a project of the SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS. A second club activity is to help conduct the Texas Academy of Sci- ence held on March 6. This professional group is a member of the student section of the American Institute of Physics. Guest speakers at the monthly meet- ings inform the students of the latest physics and engineering news. Charles Kahlig and Larry Kujawski are the president and vice-president, re- spectively. Pat Gladden holds the posi- tion of treasurer, while Franklin Holik is secretary. 'Sven- Sponsor Dr. Loyd points out the effects of a laser light to a group of interested club members. L. to R., First row: Michael Ocker, Franklin Holik, Robert Creel. Second row: David Henderson, Charles Kahlig, Larry Kujawski, Dr. H. R. Dawson fsponsorl. Dr. David Loyd fsponsorl. Third row: Gary Warden, Pat Gladden, Joe Koontz, Daniel Kujawski, Randal Meador, Thomas McBroom, Bahram Moghadam. N 'X L. to R., First row: Chuck White, Jeanette Kujawski, Dianna Ditto, Phyllis Zuehlke, Dr. Gordon Creel fsponsorl, Mr. Melvin Hetherly, Dr. Cordon Welch, Ray Trimble, Jimmy Lee. Second row: Earl Tyler, Mike Torres, Lanita Amburgey, Yvonne Chandler, Kathy Dobler, Barbara President Gordon Schrank awards Dr. Raleigh Trotter with Honorary Lifetime Membership for his work with ASU biology majors. ASUBS sponsors a trio of "bugs" in the annual Homecoming Parade. lg PAPA Btj, l Archer, Anna Braden, Gordon Schrank, Ken Smith. Third row: Bob Smith, Pat Schraer, Eugene Castleberry, Chuck Brooks. Fourth row: Clayton Kinnard. Biological Society Recognizes Men The Angelo State University BIOLOGICAL SOCIETY be- stows honorary lifetime membership upon three outstanding San Angelo area residents. These men, Mr. O. C. Babcock, Dr. Cecil French, and Dr. Raleigh Trotter, are honored because of the interest they have shown in both the com.munity and the college. The Biological Society. newly organized last spring, attempts to promote an interest in all fields of biology among the stu- dents of ASU and among interested members of the community. Hoping to unite those interested in biology, it also contains about twenty associate members who are physicians, wild life biologists, faculty members and other professionals in biology. Each month this organization features an outstanding speaker in some field of biology. ln the spring, it actively helps to plan and coordinate the Texas Academy of Science-Collegiate Acade- my which was held at Angelo State University March 5-7. The society also presents displays promoting biology and sponsored a field trip and several social functions. Dr. Gordon Creel is the club's sponsor. Gordon Schrank is its president, Mike Torres is vice-president. The secretary is Bar- bara Archer, treasurer of the group is Anna Braden and Ken Smith is the Representative-at-large. F7 t.. Historical Society Hosts Speakers At each of its monthly meetings, the Angelo State University HISTORICAL SOCIETY presents a guest speaker on some field of history. Topics vary from Stephen Schmidt's "Why Restore Fort Concho" to a talk presented by Dr. Robert Franken on "The History of Medicine." The major purpose of the Historical Society is to cultivate an interest in his- tory on the Angelo State Campus. The society attempts to present many dif- ferent aspects of history each year. It hopes to reach the interests of many ASU students, as well as club members. It also wishes to further the historical knowledge of its members. Dr. ,lack Bates sponsors this organization and Burdett Terrill is president. Serving as vice-president is Bob Miles, and Julia Caballero is secretary-treasurer. E-ai I 8 History club members gather after a meeting to talk about individual history interests. Colonel Bums, Dave Wilson, and Gail Conner L. to R., First row: Bob Miles, Lucy Keene, row: Dave Wilson, Julia Caballero, Dr. Jack discuss a fine detail of history. Burdett Terrill, Christine Woodrow. Second Bates, Gail Conner. i S . A 6:32 . . x , if-llc Q' Q' I ', ' ---tml? Guest Lectures and Films Expose tudents to Mathematical Concepts Guest lecturers furnish information about mathematical concepts lightly touched upon in the classroom and about concepts the student has not been ex- posed to. Through films obtained from the Audio-Visual Department and re- search reports, the significance of mathe- matics is realized by the members. Supervising the MATHEMATICS CLUB,s projects are president Jackie Dukes and vice-president Janice Half' mann. Sherry Vaughn is the secretary- treasurer, while Peggie McClement is the publicity chairman. Sponsor for the group is Dr. Noel Evans. A barbecue supper held in May for the club members and the staff mem- bers of the Mathematics Department is a special club project. QI L. to R., First row: Janice Halfmann, Peggie McClement, Sherry Vaughn. Second row: Jackie Dukes, Dr. Jay Amburgey, Dr. Noel Evans fsponsorl. Dr. Jay Amburgey of the mathematics faculty explores the subject of axiom systems as a guest speaker at the club's November meeting. 'ft 5 Pit-'FYSINWYII J 'NA XGPS Have Prize Float Winning third place for their Horne- coming Hoat, the XGI ASSOCIATION received Z1 350 award. XGI is a social and fraternal organi- zation for ex-seiwicemen and active duty members. They sponsor a dart booth at the Winter Carnival, hold a social event eaeh semester, and have a Christmas party for underprivileged children at Rio Vista. Each year the club promotes a project for the benefit of the college. Last year Dave Horton and Glenn Pruitt put up the club's banner for their booth L. to R.. First row: Larry Clark, James Marecek, Darrell O'Neal, David Horton. Second row: Robert Rosson. ,Iini Riddle. Linda Tawater tsweet- heartt. Glenn Pruitt. Clarence Spieker, ,Ierry Ayers, Warren Kaiser, they purchased the Ram mascot, Domi- nic II. As a public service, they provide a resident, on a yearly basis, at San Angelo Center at Carlsbad. Alan Borger is the group's sponsor and Barry Crouch is co-sponsor. Its of- ficers are David Horton, presidentg Steve IVIcElrath, vice-presidentg Clar- ence Speiker, secretaryg and John Speiler, treasurer. ruth. Lonnie Ray. -ill at the camival. XCI s choose Linda Tawater as sweetheart Richard Ratliff, Mr Alan Berger fsponsori Third row Larry Chap man, C. T. Jones, C R Cillard Fred Cox Jerry Suriff Steve MCE! Rifle Club Develops Marksmanship Encouraging the proper handling of firearms is the major purpose of ASU's RIFLE CLUB. The club, composed of students who respect and understand their guns, arouses a competitive spirit among its members. They strive for marksmanship and practice good-sports manship in rifle matches. Most of the matches they attend are sponsored by the San Angelo Gun Club. Mr. Delbert Tartar is the faculty spon- sor of the club. Student leadership is provided by president lim Bean. Ted Caffey is vice-president and Bill Coffey is program chairman. Treasurer of the group is Eugene Castleberry. Rifle Club members Eugene Castleberry, Mike Brown, Robert McCarvey, and Jim Bean practice proper handling of various firearms. 3' ' ,, Press Club Sponsors Journalism orkshop Q A major project of the PRESS CLUB by taking and selling pictures at both the each year is Journalism Day. This work- Winter Carnival and the Mistletoe Ball. shop is held in the spring for area high This club also participates in many other school journalism students. campus activities. The organization consists of ASU stu- Mr. Wayland Yates and Mr. Kenneth dents interested in journalism. Mem- Casstevens are co-sponsors of the Press bers sponsor a yearbook workshop and Club. Alan Kelly is the club's president, hold a workshop for visiting Girl Scouts and Eddie Walraven serves as vice- in the fall. Several club members attend president. Nell FiSl16r iS Secretary- the Texas lnterscholastic Press Associa- treasurer. Parliamentarian for the Press tion. This year it is held in El Paso. Club is Charles Redden. ' Money to send these members is raised V- --f-----sv-.-ww ---V. .. rs X- r- f-Nl, ,Z si' ax Beverly Farley, Joyce Zimmerschied, Debbie Roop, Mr. Wayland Yates, sponsor, and Paul Rollins point out and correct some copy in the Ram Page. Alan Kelley presides over the Press Club. Terrilee Pettigrew, Nell Fischer, Barbara Bigard, Roy Ivey, and Mr. L. to R., First row: Joyce Bubenik, Gayle Childers. Second row: Charles . Ken Casstevens, sponsor, look over some plCtuI'CS. Redden, Eddie Walraven, Barbara Matthiesen, Linda Hoelscher, Stanley Wilson, Bill Brumfield, Vicki Clifton. - "U 'S 52-.. f .- ,-allns5...h, r l V L 1 r lucano Student l'g3IllZ2ltlOl1 Sponsors Public Services ,-nil L. to R., First row: Mr. Robert Feynn fsponsorl, Nemesio Perez, Rich- ard Aguirre, Robert Martinez, Lydia Cantu, Sylvia Lara, Elias Lara. Second row: Heraclio Herrera, Roy Martinez, George Barragan, Carlos During the winter, the CHICANO STUDENT ORGANIZA- TION attempts to increase the number of San Angelo residents eligible to Vote. Together with the ASU Newman Center and the Mexican-American Association at San Angelo Central High School, they encourage people to take an active interest in their community by registering to vote. They also provide transporta- tion to the polls on election days. The Chicano Student Organization is newly formed this year. Its primary purpose is to serve as a public service group and its projects attempt to benefit both the community and the college. Throughout the year, it sponsors several social events. These include a dance by the Soul Masters and a taco dinner at the Newman Center. The group also provides a tutoring service at Mertzon High School and encourages high school students in the San Angelo area to strive for a higher education. It contributes 'Q f . ,Af R .lf E , li 5 I' Z' vi'i ' - Alvarado, Sam Ibanez, Jesse Macias, Mary Lou Hemandez, Julia Car- cia, Olga Valenzuela. Third row: Lydia Vargas, Danny Valadez, Pat Nava, Jaime Hervella. to the Friendship Tree for the benefit of St. Iohn's Hospital. Also, it sells bumper stickers supporting the grape boycott and organizes a petition to change the food commodities program to the food stamp program. The Chicano Student Organization par- ticipates in numerous other community projects. Now the group is attempting to establish a scholarship fund for some ASU stu- dent. It also wishes to donate books on Mexican-American his- tory and Mexican-American culture to the ASU library. This organization has two sponsors, Mr. Robert Feynn and Mr. Jerry Perry. The officers of the Chicano Student Organiza- tion are Nemesio Perez, presidentg Richard Aguirre, vice- presidentg Robert Martinez, program chairmang Lydia Cantu, secretary, Sylvia Lara, historiang Elias Lara, parliamentariang Mary Ornelas, rcporterg and Gilbert Ornelas, treasurer. ASU Dames Serve Women Promoting friendship among the married and formerly Inar- ried women students of Angelo State University is the purpose of the UNIVERSITY DAMES. These women serve their community in many public service projects. They sponsor a Christmas collection for the neighbor- hood centers in San Angelo. Each year the women of the Dames hold a coffee for the graduating seniors. They also hold various other teas throughout the year. Once a month the Dames meet at an informal 'luncheon meeting to conduct business, eat lunch and get acquainted with one another. Dr. Williani F. O'Zee serves as sponsor. President is Bennie Lock. Patsy Green is first vice-president, and Charlotte Myers is second vice-president. Ruby Thompson is secretaryg Elsie Berry is treasurerg Glenda Matthews is reporterg and Sara Jane Wittel is parliamentarian. L. to R., First row: Jim Ellen Adams, Bennie Lock, Charlotte Myers, Glen da Matthews. Second row: Yvonne Carroll, Donna Castleberry, Allyne Appleton, Nelda Backus. 38 si ., Yury, President Bennie Lock presides over informal luncheon meeting. 'W' W .t ns.. .. W t...f. M . -:......, ..-... f:,-' 4 ' I H 1 - The University Dames unite ASU married women students socially. l is O ' .i 8 LINK!" S eg gawk i Editorial Board Coming together to discuss common publication problems of the RAM PAGE, RAMBOUILLET, and PENSADOR is the prime purpose of the ASU EDI- TORIAL BOARD. With the hopes of improving and up- grading the universityis publications, the group meets with publication advisors monthly. The board is composed of all per- sons holding editorial positions on the Angelo State campus. Barbara Matthiesen, Rambouillet editor, uses a paper box and viewer to crop prints. rx fadvisor J. 2 X lilditing the quarterly published literary maga- zine, Pensador, is Jim McDougall. L. to R., First row Stanley Wil on Eddie Walrawen Mr Maxine Henthom iadwlsorl Second row: Dee Lackey. Nell F1 cher Joyce Bubenllx Barham Matthiesen Third row Alan lxellex ,lim McDougall, Charles Redden Fourth row Mr Wayland Yates iadusorl Mr Ken Casstesens Charles Redden, Eddie Walraxen and Alan Kelley ponder a problem occurring on the Ram Page Women's Recreation Association Plans Individual Team Sports WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIA- TION serves as the Women's Intra- mural Sports Program planning group and strives to promote friendly intra- mural competition. Individual members act as directors of the activities, which include team and individual sports. Awards are presented to outstanding participants in basketball and volley- ball. Projects include planning tournaments for intramural sports activities and sponsoring an annual WRA Picnic in May for members and women health and physical education staff members. President Pam Love and vice-presi- dent Madeline Smith provide leader- ship for the club. Handling business and financial matters is secretary-treasurer June Halfmann. Reporter Nancy Kidd and historian Janice Halfmann-serve in the public relations area. Sponsor is Dr. Jewell Pye. A co-ed can earn a sweater and varsity letter by participating in WRA and intramurals Activities include basketball, volleyball, badminton, and tennis. Team captains are elected for each sport by the team members ,, sw!" as 1 113' -S H . vfw, rg, w 'k , ,' Nw IH . 1 Jlkmbfzl. ill ww .X S .'..1.L 'slab Yi if all yuan f',.. 1-. Often. club sponsor, Mr. Voss, functions as the dance caller. - AXRW. Diana Block reaches for the next "gent" in a dance maneuver. . -XX 'TJ' ,-1, ' Four Comers provides its members with enjoyment and relaxation. L. to R.. First row: Peggy Wyatt, Cindy Fry, Micki Sullivan, Nancy Rogers, Mr. Erwin Voss fsponsorl, Second row: Kay Corbell, Ellen Mul- ter, Betty Wilde, Nancy Guy, Patricia Dierschke. Third row: Marilyn Heinze, Sandra Havlak, Bonnie James, lldiko Roman, Sharon Cox, Karen Counts. Fourth row: Barbara Holtman, Jeannie Weishuhn, Deb- bie Moore, Alan Hohensee, Kent Sorenson. Fifth row: Marshall Huling, Vernon Moore. Jim Alexander, Tom McBroom, Norma Perry, Don Sum- mers. Sixth row: George Williams, Michael Block, Monroe Dierschke, Scotty Holland, Freddie Escue, Waymon Burns, Steve Sullivan, Bobby Halfmann, Lee Ray. 172 1 , ,I 5. M., Four Corners Fosters quare Dance Events Each year, FOUR C O R N E R S SQUARE DANCE CLUB builds a float for the rodeo parade. Upon this float, members of the local square dance club perform various dances. The major purpose of Four Corners is to provide fun and fellowship for Angelo State University students. It pro- motes recreational activities on campus and acts as a channel of communica- tion between students interested in square dancing and members of the local square dance club. At weekly meetings, the members learn and perform numerous dances. Often they hold exhibition dances for social groups. They participate in square dance festivals and Western Association square dances. Among those attended this year was the Brady Square Dance Festival at which Harper Smith, a professional caller from Dallas, performed. The club is also establishing an annual scholarship for one of its members. Sponsor for the club is Erwin Voss. Officers of the club are Marshall Huling. presidentg Freddie Escue, vice-presi- dentg Marilyn Heinze, secretaryg and Sandra Havlak, reporter. C .c.. . y lm . ,,. .f.. ' ' QQ ,"' Skirts whirl as Peggy Wyatt and her partner "promenade home" after a "right-left grand." -t Bible Center Gives Community Progress, Christian Emphasis "'T1!""Z x 'X FF .t 2 P' . ' -f.'?.f..1Q i,..tE' AO- nf 'V 1 -A . 3a,x1',""' 1 Relaxing after classes, Roger Lloyd uses the TV room in the Church of Christ center. Keeping the community as well as the University in mind, the CHURCH OF CHRIST BIBLE STUDY CENTER provides fellowship and service to the people of San Angelo. Under the guidance of Mr. Marion McKinney, sponsor, the center involves its members in activities for the develop- ment of Christian growth and com- munity progress. Getting acquainted at the beginning of school is the purpose of the faculty tea given to honor t e a c h e r s and administrators. Twice during the year, center mem- bers travel to the H. E. Butt Foundation Camp near Leakey, Texas for weekend retreats. . The Church of Christ Bible Study Center provides classrooms for courses in Bible instructed by Mr. McKinney. Upon completion of the course, students receive three credits toward graduation through the University. s L'.1::ifY"' Preaching a sermon at Miles Church of Christ is Cary Brewer. "im, -. rm 'wit-r ,s:y.Lw:f. 3. Lecturing during a Bible class is Marion Mc- Kinney, sponsor. Weekly charm classes under the direction of Mrs. Alice Surber train girls for etiquette and poise. BSU Aids Growth Plus Recreation Helping at 3 L3tiH'AmefiCan Baptist Church After classes, Donna King finds recreation facilities at the BSU. is Jo Ann Burrell. l . . , I s i Practicing for their state choir parts are Richard Gwyn and Dee Walsh. M z .1 f- YY 1 T9 5 'windy k,2"ai 4 .gigx . ' f pl? '5 ..,."i3f . , fr., 'tw .JS 2 s V1 Z il ,. :elf " ff' - I 'We if .ff skew. if . Q , J - , H7 f hktiii- ' .....j't' BSU secretary is Norma Payton. Providing a center for devotion and fellowship, the BAPTIST STUDENT UNION is supported jointly by the Bap- tist Churches of San Angelo. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Don Reavis, BSU en- lists ASU students ecumenically in ac- tivities for mission action plus Christian education. In September, BSU members spend a weekend at the H. E. Butt camp near Leakey, Texas. The group also travels to Cloudcroft for a ski retreat between semesters. Two ASU'ers, Dee Walsh and Richard Gwyn, are members of the State Choir. Newman lub Backs Friendship The ASU NEWMAN CENTER at- tempts to bring Catholic students together socially, intellectually, and spiritually. Under the direction of Father Russell Schultz, the club meets on Thursday for films, speakers, and discussions. Every Sunday evening and often during the week, Father Schultz conducts mass. This is usually followed by an informal meeting. The doors to the center are always open and ASU students are always wel- come to come in to talk, study, visit the chapel, play games. or just relax. The Newman club is governed by an advisory board consisting of Laura Hud- son, Peggy Neill, Jonathan Jeffries. Jim Perry. John Peca, Ruby Williams, and Father Schultz. A nun. Sister Joan Mary, is often available to assist students. ,,,f it z Director Fr. Schultz conducts mass services several times weekly. Dennis Kane discusses a problem with two Angelo State coeds. Newman center provides a place to study "3 - q ' 'P if l f. ' - ' .ts if . , N.-4 , 4 N- ......s.-vu Students enjoy a relaxing game of chess. 1 L Reverend Thomas Connolly stops . . . ponders his next thought . . . I and presents it to UMC students. I I I I I I I I 1 I gi! Thee Faiths Worli Together as United ampus Ministries The UNITED CAMPUS MINISTRY serves as the bible center for three dif- ferent churcli groups-the Methodists, the Disciples, and the Episcopalians. The center provides a place for stu- dents to come for relaxation or for study. It attempts to create an atmosphere where students can engage in active Christian faith. As the church on campus. the United Campus Ministry holds Sunday evening sessions and a service during the week. These religious services are usually fol- lowed by a short meeting and a dis- cussion. Rev. George E. Archer, associate minister of the First Christian Church. Rev. Thomas Connolly, pastor of Day Memorial Church, and Rev. Richard F. Neal, pastor of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, are the directors. 'WYESF M Vail' Hd' '. 'Q Members of the United Campus Ministries take the time to relax and play some spades. Women's Residence Associations Coordinate Coed ' Dorm Lif The newly organized CARR HALL RESIDENCE ASSOCIATION serves as the governing body for girls living in Carr Hall. It plans activities for the girls. These include building a float and decorating the dormitory during Home- coming week. This year Carr's decora- tions placed first in the dormitory competition. The association attempts to unite the girls and encourages them to show school spirit. The girls built a plyboard ram and presented it to the school to boost spirit at sporting events. President of the Carr Hall association is Joy Petermann. Sue Sorrells serves as vice-president and Lillian Strickland is the organizations secretary. Treasurer for the group is Madaline Smith. Cindy Birchet is parliamentarian and Terrilee Pettigrew is reporter. Mrs. Ruby Brook- shire. director of Carr Hall. is the spon- sor of the organization. r,."" "x. -P f -K pl "s , , 4 Il f' ', if ev. f P. haf S N34 ,A x -. A., .M vsjgr-, -as AGM, .r I , ' :ii-x .3 Jr, xv . x P' 2 tlgs-3, E- R, . E-.s-,Q fiff' '- X ,Z -. 'Pfffk ' ' if s-If , , ff? JSE' ,4 af., -2" v., ,.., fy x A "' I ! - . ' L ' 1' T""' A Carr Hall residents prepare decorations for their float entry in the Homecoming parade. gr r"- L. to R., Wywone Green, Judy Rose, Nancy Kidd, Terrilee Pettigrew, Mrs. Ruby Brookshire fsponsorl, Janie Pearce, Nadine Pentecost, Madeline Smith. Representatives: L. to R., First row: Vanetta Newton, Aurora Price, len Turnbow, Marylou Harris, Sharon Cox, Jennifer Henson, Kay Mat- Diane Ward, ,lane Fargo, Diane Stoner, Shirley Stirl, Cynthia Fry, Cindy lock, Lindy Lissner, Susan Lange. Veta Deaver, Cathy Smith, Reva Harrod, Debbie Mayes. Second row. Pam Kieth, Linda Buxkemper, El- Letz, Lynda Miller, Bonnie Boswell, Karen Kelley. Victory bell is presented to Coach Lane by Jeanine Kunkel of the Women's High Rise. The victory bell which is rung at every game is presented to the Rams by the WOMENS HIGH RISE RESI- DENCE ASSOCIATION. The girls from the high rise keep the bell and ring it at every game. The residence association. composed of representatives from each floor and a slate of officers elected by the girls, is the governing body which plans and coordinates programs affecting residence hall living. It attempts to stimulate inter- est in campus activities and serves as a channel of communication among the residents. The residence association sponsors a float for Homecoming. operates booths at the Winter' Carnival, and participates in the Boys' Ranch Christmas party. At Christmas, the association sponsors an open house. and during the weeks before Homecoming and Christmas it holds floor and door competition between the girls. Miss Beverly Truett, director of the high rise, is sponsor of the association. ,X L. to R., First row: Empress McFarland fpresidentl, .Ieanine Kunkel lfirst vice-presidentl, Frances Pietzsch lsecond vice-presidentl, Ann Lilly Csecretawl, Cheryl Tumer ltreasurerl. Sec- ond row: Miss Beverly Truett fsponsorl, Joanna Johns Ireporterj, Marsha Behrens lhistorianl, Martha Jordon Iparliamentarianl Residence Committees nite Men Students Organizing and coordinating activi- ties for men students at ASU is the pur- pose of the MEN'S RESIDENCE AS- SOCIATIONS. They participate in many campus activities including Home- coming and intramural sports. They en- courage the boys to take pride in their school and to demonstrate school spirit at pep rallies and sporting events. They also plan athletic activities. ,1- 'gi jfs R Each of the three residence associa- tions serves as a governing body for one of the men's dormitories on campus. The IVIen's High-Rise Residence Hall Coun- cil is directed by Mr. Roy Lazenby. The Mayer Hall Residence Association has as its sponsor Dormitory director, Mrs. Zola Modgling. Mrs. Jewel Ochsner is director of the Runnels hall committee. .h 5 . . -ky. 2' F56 F,- 1--' I -. X' gg' 'save' JQX Phil Decker, Jimmie Wilson, and Jim Alexander serve as officers for Runnels Hall. Pat Allaire, Clarence Davidson, Naoiki Shilmta. Alton Patterson, and Glenn Patterson are officers of Mayer Halls Residence Association ....,L...4-.,.sassl.,. . -.-....vm..i1..1..... In H! M f 13 'Nga ,WN uk .- ' sm . 'Q ,4. 4 J Vi. Aug Rvws H-A pw- , . A 3 , " ' :E 1 Iv Y Eff "7 A X "'X Dx I 2 Responsible for the functioning of student life within the framework of campus policy, the ANGELO STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENT ASSOCIA- TION includes all registered students taking a full load. The overall purpose of the ASUSA is to provide information concerning student life with explana- tions of policies, schedules, activities, ASU traditions, and a slate of proposed activities. In 1969-70, STUDENT ASSOCIA- TION events were introduced during Howdy Week at the beginning of school. Monthly film festivals are sponsored by ASUSA during the year and entertain- ment includes shows and dances with the Uniques, Ray Price, and the New Christy Minstrels. Student Association government is di- vided into three branches including the executive, the legislative, and the ju- dicial. Smaller interests are headed by eleven ASUSA committees which direct the services in each field. With the participation and support of each Student Association member, a proper scholastic attitude may be established. 1,41 ASUSA officers include Darrell O'Neal, business managerg Marvin Schultz, activities vice-presi- dent: and Jerry Johnston, first vice-president. I First row: Richard Gwyn, Tim Leifeste, Darrell O'Neal, Jerry Johnston, Third row: Joyce Halfmann, Carl Dodd, Eddie Walraven, Larry Matson, Empress McFarland.. Frances Pietzsch, Diana Block. Second row: Fran. Alan Kelley. Marvin Schultz, Jack Srader, Cliff Neal, Jeanine Kunkel, ces Moore. Vicki Clifton, Marsha Behrens, Janet Fluth, Jeannette God- David Slrahl. bold, Karen Kelley, Gilbert Omelas, Charles Kirkpatrick, Ron Williams. ASUSA Demon trates Campus Leadership Student duties include voting on campus , W , policy' Chosen by the students as ASUSA president is Carl Dodd. fi: .00 5,17 C4-1" ya, E 'ln M6l?lhCfS ofthe student court are Christine Motl, junior associate justice, Brent Tarter, chief justice, Ken Smith, senior associate. and Ben Perez Jumor associate justice. Committees Are ASUSA Core .., .,.,,, 7 ' se: 4, me . t 1 ft 43 BY ....: ft- , -.-::gi:.i::i1::fEi2 ---.g':5tisfsf1.' 1-1 .- 4.-,z's:f'1'-11-me rNws'H-,::.,- . M 1-.este ,-.:,.:, sg-..f M- .- . . are ' - ' - f ,:,.:::j::5:j3a-.4 X' 1:::.g- - faI':l"z1 'EI ' sie I size 't:2i'1,,2'- ' . .',', N- Preparing decorations, Marvin Schultz and Beep Cain get ready for the homcoming dance. Supplementing the student governing body, eleven STUDENT COMMITTEES work in conjunction with faculty mem- bers and administrators to provide the best possible educational opportunities. According to the role of the committees they are jointly guided by the ASUSA president, or the activities vice-president. The committees include entertainment, speakers-on-campus, traffic appeals, pub- lic relations, constitutional reform, and educational reform task force. Each one is designed to serve the purpose for which it was intended. Discussing entertainment possibilities are members of the committee, Cynthia Rabourn, Vicki I Counting ballots after an ASUSA poll is Fred Moore. t i t.'N Clifton, and George Williams. , , y 4 My Q. X, 1 "" ' N 'w..,,,s,. , S . . . fx k sw xx. - H- H - , u -sb-ix., A , t- x sgxix !""P----- --'--- ---.........., , Promoting all campus activities are members of the public relations committee, Richard Gwyn, Gilbert Ornelas, and Diana Block. Working on committee projects are Karen Kelley, Dean Rabourn, Cynthia Rabourn, Marvin Schultz and Richard Gwyn. Judo Club kills Students In Balance and Leverage The skills of balance and leverage which are a must in accomplishing the task of JUDO have become an active phase in the lives of several ASU students. Once this feat is gained, the expert has an ability to break arms, crack heads and generally protect himself should the need ever arise. The club, founded on the A-State campus in '69 by Dr. William Norwood, meets thrice weekly. Passers-by during a meeting are likely to hear shouts, screams, moans and groans as the grapplers challenge each other in an apparently murderous manner. The match is a formal process, begun with the reieree's urein signal for a bow and uhajimen for the match to begin. Then the action begins with holding, choking and throwing procedures met by precise timing, balance and footing. Coeds, as well as the male set, take an active part in this art. Following the shout of the referee's bowing signal "rei," John Curley, John Moore and Dr, Noel Evans wait for "hajime" which starts the action. Bottoms-up finds a judoka following a throw which set him off-balance during a match. H z if wi' , 3 XRS., X I ' l 2 1 t Nw, All beginners are at the white belt stage which has three classes. After passing these, one earns a brown belt. To win, one or the other must score a good throw or clamp his opponent to the mat with a choke or some other type of punishing hold for at least 30 seconds, or an end may come if Z1 fighter decides to concede the match and give up. Final rank, black belt, follows 16 Slepg, so 1 X o ei r l f 3 5 ,, . ' 1 if e- ., ,V l xi. Amee: if L W gli. Q I s. Gigs SP ,, W-'71 , . A Tv , :X Q x N 49 rf W I , Q, . V -..,....,.-...... sure F "9 z W.. ,gb "1qli."",If ix 1 4, t nw' F' ',5f'1siiVN ir J ff 4 Q' 5' V vi .. 5? umvensz tif 'if' 3 "ig ,, ,S I I I r f X X F VX Six U' M .IUQ ua of W6 " 14, w N.. . 4. ,J N535 .W , ,,:A ww, .- ' J, .vi . 3 fig Q" Q. ff?" v .5 s Qi , ,Li A I w W. ,,. X 5353 1 1 Anna will I X f f I 'i",71 Facult 4 P provides leadershqr and admzmstranon to a dnd cHangin,g university . W-mi. y-..W""' ww President Vincent takes care of the paperwork delegated to a university president. DR. LLOYD D. VINCENT President of the University B.S., M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas Sai 5 x 15' g pf 'Q X .Q ,..,......-QQ f - -' ss: DR. HUGH E. MEREDITH Dean of the University B.A., Oklahoma Baptist University B.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary M.A,, Ph.D., University of Texas Dr. Bernard Young assists Dr. Meredith with the duties of a university dean. Dr. Hugh Meredith concentrates on clerical work in his capacity as Dean of the University. DR. BERNARD T. YOUNG Associate Dean of the University B.S., Slippery Rock State College MS., Ph.D., Texas ASM University 'lung BILL R. HALE Business Manager B.S., University of North Carolina DR. OLLIE S. CAUTHEN Director of Special Services BS.. M.A., Sul Ross State College Ed.D., University of Wyoming Empbasizing a point during a business class is Dr. Robert Coe, business administration professor. DR. WARREN GRIFFIN Director of Re 'strar gl B.S., M.A., Sam Houston State College Ed.D., University of Missouri li' li DR. WILLIAM F. OZEE Dean of Students BS., M.Ed., University of Texas Ed.D., Colorado State College SID B. STEVENSON Dean of Men B.S., M.A., Sam Houston State College 4 MAXINE BROWN Dean of Women B.S., Incarnate Word College M.Ed., West Texas State University ,e.,e:t gg, A spectrophotometer is used by Dr. Edgar N. Drake to study the reaction of serum with monosaccharides in alcohol. ALAN BORGER - Housing Office , ' H 7 X VICTOR WILDE Purchasmg Offlce B.S., St. Mary's University we V- B.S., M.Ed., Texas Technological College X, C Bw' " Audio Visuals Holds Vast Future Averaging more business in one week than in a whole se- mester two years ago, the AUDIO VISUALS Division is on-the- go. Mrs. Polly O'Neal, head and sole full-time employee of the department. has the occasion of caring for over 150 tapes, 100 reels of film, and numerous other audio visual aids. Also a part of her job is the building of a tape library for the department which is a part of the Porter Henderson Library. Among machines which are available mainly for faculty use are a microfilm printer and reader, a diazo printer, projectors, tape recorders and record players. The department is divided into a study lab and three listening rooms for students to use when listening to tapes and records of literature. drama, modem languages, shorthand, music, gov- ernment and psychology. Also a preview room is located in the department for faculty to use in viewing movies. Plans for the future see another room being converted into a darkroom for processing slides and photos for the department as well as much more equipment being added. Mrs. Polly O'Neal has recorded over 150 tapes since 1967. ff". KU s 1' K .t- - 2 elf... Karen Burton explains the manual film strip projector to Ricky Jones and Tommy Randle in the Audio Visuals class. Y H! ....... -4 L 'H' - wx, l 5 Vlckey Strlckland uses one of the slx tape deck tables avallable ln the study lab to speed up her shorthand DI' Richard GWYT1 flnds the Card Catalog 3 helpful asset Johnny Ruth and Karen Burton experlment mth the dxazo prmter which makes transparent prints for faculty and students 'ST' . A lpwp 'mms ,...nv-f""- --an-"""""-1-' K9 ' 11' Aff' ,ff .ffkegr , ,xi xv-'1 , ,N Assistant professor of history 1. Ralph Randolph leads his history students in an infomial classroom discussion. DR. LLOYD AMBURGEY, Mathematics B.S.. New Mexico State University M.S., Pli.D., Texas Technological University ,r. Q. MRS- SHARON DR. CASS ARCHER, J. D. AVARY, ANDDROES, Mathematics, Government Nursing Dept. Head B.A., M.A., University RN.. B-SN'-. ICl2fl10 B.S., M.Ed., M.A., Ph.D., of Texas State UHIVCFSIW University of Texas M.S., Tulane University School of Medicine 4-1"""" DR. JOHNNY BAILEY, Mathematics B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas DR. JACK BATES, History B.A., Abilene Christian College M.A., University of the Pacific Ph.D., University of Southern California KU i r V. v 4 MRS. ELEANOR ELDON BLACK MISS MAYME MAX BUMGARDNER JONATHAN BURTON, ROBERT BYRNS, BATJER Fine Arts BOOTHE, Health 8: P.E. Mathematics History Fine Arts B.M., M.M.Ed., North Nursing B.S., M.Ed., University B.S., M.S., Texas B.A., Colorado State B.M., Univ6rSily Texas State University R.N., Shannon School of Texas Technological College of Rochester of Nursing University M.A., Texas ASM B.S., University of University Syracuse Student Alvie Clark receives counseling and assistance from Mrs. Maurine Walker, instructor in the Education department. 4 rs .s gs-As,-:-S150 - ' e2esiQ:Qwsisg. N- '--'--Nwssz, - - 1 L, if fl 3? y ft at al. '. ,Q ui' f .V ft : ' sf C' ' ' t, ' 5 , -"' I ' , ' ' "e 2 K , .43-:Evra :ont t: :-, ' -me ,M X 9 197 2 ,Sy in 'v 3 ,f ,...--3' 's .U xx? ,A X. w,, W. . Xe, M2 J, Q-mn X - , 4 Q 'qw --:fx ' . ,x., ..,. . ,A Wyi f ,,...-H-' - 2 .X A 5 A T?-v 'W ' ....:--' 1 0 l X ,Q Ja . i J il L-fl il 31' fd!!! Q A .. an x -Q ut 3 b -1 is nwo , , s - 'wi - ExP 13173 , . --'-W-HN'-M ----A ' has Eg, 557 EJ sw -250 I 301 -260 ea 42,7 Eel' 4548 L ,Q A L Mrs. Linda Simmons. nursing instructor, holds conference wit DR-.GORDON CREEL, MRS. CAROLYN BARRY A. CROUCH, B10l08Y, Dept- Head CRILL, History B-A-, HOWHTCLPGYUC Health 81 P.E. B.A., Western State C0llCg6. 1 BS., MS., Eastern New College fColoradoJ M-A-v UUIVEYSIW Of TEXHS Mexico University M.A., University of Ph.D., Montana State Wyoming University K-.. .1 .9 ,,,. h student nurses after a lab at Shannon Hospital. DR. VERNA EDDIE DACHESTANI, CRUTCHFIELD, Government Education Law Degree, University B.A., Howard-Payne of Damascus College MS., Colorado State M.A., Hardin-Simmons University Ed.D., University of Houston DR. HAROLD DAVIS English, Dept. Head B.A., M.A., University of Denver Ph.D., Louisiana State University IU? Q 1, .W l DR. H. R. DAWSON, R. B. DOOLEY, Physics Agriculture B.A., M.A., North Texas BS., M.Ed., Texas State University A8iM University Ph.D., University of Arkansas fy dt-. ,, '53 1 i V '18, MISS MILDRED DRACH, DR. EDGAR DRAKE, II DR. ESCAL DUKE, DR. JOHN DUKE, Business Adm. Chemistry History Mathematics B.A., University of B.S., University B.A., Howard Payne B.A., North Texas Colorado of Houston College State University M.L., University of MS., University M.A., Ph.D., University MS., Texas Technological Pittsburgh of Colorado of Texas University Ph.D., Texas ASM Ph.D., University University of Colorado Dr. Lloyd Vincent and Berne Enslin relate the day's happenings during a coffee break in the Academic Building. I t S v 3 VT? ... R' . , .rt f . .Z . .3 .gs 28 201 fi fiv- N , , DR. CHARLES BERNE ENSLIN, DR. JOHN ERICSON, ENDRESS, FINE ARTS BIOLOGY HISTORY B.A., M.A., University B.S., Colorado State B.A., Vanderbilt of Iowa University M.A.. Ph.D., Tulane Ph.D., Montana State University f... .. ,Ali sf 4 'tl ' 5 DR. NOEL EVANS, ROBERT FEYNN, EDWARD FISHER, MATHEMATICS ENGLISH BUSINESS ADM. B.A., Ph.D., University B.A., M.A., Texas B.S., Texas A8zM of Texas Technological College University M.B.A., Texas Technological College vi! . .4-,, it! K fix , ,, X,,,,.f fx . ' . X x I l -llldglflfl liWSl0f'k is ll basic' fundamental to be learned by students in the agriculture department which is headed by Dr, Leon Holland. 202 I I n Q49- - v - .-.- iii ' ' X iff AAQP tv ,FQK ... W-in M- N---...r .-.....N... . 'qq A n Sponsor Mrs Carolyn Crill and team captains Marsha White and Marsha Behrens direct the activities of the university's drill team. DR. LEWIS FRASER, MODERN LANGUAGES B.A., M.A., North Texas State University Ph.D., University of Utah JOSEPH GABRIEL, BUSINESS ADM. B.S., Southwest Missouri State College M.Ed., University of Missouri NM?-t,, 'Fi' MRS. ADELE GAGE. MODERN LANGUAGES B.A., Austin College M.A., University of Mexico .pitch JAMES GARRETT, FINE ARTS B.A., Hendrix College M.S., University of Southern Mississippi 203 ,lf i ea e +' , v .A I 4 fl ,I 575, , in , . F H . -4 at E., we is . Zim Nvvix V x V fp 3 N X f' I W1 xi t X 'Doc' Smith and Charles Whitlock repair an electric welder. elsif: --:ein New Home Built For Maintenance Like the stage hands of a successful play, the sixty-five per- sonnel of the MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT are seldom noticed but nonetheless essential for the success of the uni- versity. Headed by Bernell 'Doc' Smith the department is re- sponsible for the upkeep of the 64' acres of the campus under their domain. To fulfill this responsibility, the staff performs its own paint- lfffi ing, woodworking, gardening, landscaping, plumbing, and me- chanical repairs, besides its custodial duties in the 37 buildings of classrooms, offices, and living quarters. The new physical plant, finished late this spring, serves as an headquarters for the department. It contains new and expanded iii offices, shops, and storage space that will aid the staff in the 2 ..,. completion of their duties. 5' Y, Need for a new shop is evident as Bobby Craft and Bill Carter work amid the clutter and chaos of the old maintenance shops. mmif x ,, X . rrf"'-'rrrsh W A C , ,.-S 'Y' Fud E i fr .5-A um -"r 'Lk' : r , 2 Hu? ,V , . 2 .NV ,., we-...MF Y, s ' of N ' Y Lkhn f ,..,,,, 2 204 'ull in ' 43" -gn . Q.-xg'.v wx W Student Gary Dickson wel ds a beam in place on the new physical plant build Maintenance director 'Doc' Smith consults secretar O 'd S w f ing being constructed for the maintenance department. y 1161 H evey about a parts order. Dale Combs finishes sanding a hat rack. ' -ft S' A ' , 'ff HW' .,,,, ., '52 T W i Q.. . . N 'lf-" c ' Mm: 1, "9 ,, 5 7 , , Qgyyw x.,4 Ne- V, if li-' En 2 if 5 new ii, in lt ,..',, ' W 20 Yi fl l x . 4 g. 'ff' . ' A J ,A ig -gf, X K , 'l N X-X- -M ... er: 'S f " : Qi fx X .,,,,.. f- ait at ' -Q,-.. 5 f N- ' 5 l N sf :f'- ' "'f V 3 -"Y:-I """ f 3 l:Sa,, ' I X, dr rift Y' fbi' X 4 it - I A, ..- W' r A I 205 Q 'Q s 'Z i 1 5 "'Q. M DR. RICHARD GWYN Education B.A., M.A., Baylor University Ph.D., University of Houston Q IVY ff x mm x. b i Q MNT S 1 li ,G 'X ,: f' V, 1-4' -'b A - f -- E ' 3' A H S IR. DAVID HARLAN, DR. JACK WINFIELD MRS- TINCIE HEDDINS, BILL HENDERSON, MRS. IMOGENE HENRY Chemistry HARRINGTON, HARTGROVE, Fine Arts Government Business Adm. LS., University of Texas Education, Dept. Head Agriculture B.F.A., University B.A., Tarleton State B.S., M.A., Hardin- LA., Southwest Texas B.S., Southwestern B.S., Texas Technological of Texas M.A., Texas Simmons University State College State College C01-ilal College M-A., New Mexico Technological College 'h.D., Baylor University M.S., East Texas Highlands University State University Ed.D., University of Houston Dr. Vema Mae Crutchfield, instructor in psychology, uses newspaper clippings to emphasize specific subjects in class. Q ummm-zewsmsr ' --t- A 207 2 0-0 , ff' DR. DALE HESSER, English B.A., Harding College M.A., Oklahoma State College Ph.D., University of Kansas :gf fi sm , ., . 1 I 3 me ig - ww ,A ,. .... . 3 --, : .- Salty Sgig :mr 1: g.- r. v...,' ,X V, gif!!! ESQ. ' . .- .0 ' oi 1 ' 1 QV' if-Q N " ' . .Sf .vu , -. M GEORGE HILL, Mathematics BS., M.S., Texas Christian University M.A., Oklahoma State DR. ROBERT HOLDEN Education B.S., M.A., Southwest Texas State College Ed.D., Arizona State University Oswaldo Orraca instructor of Modem Language, promotes proficiency in Spanish by using written translations in ASU's academic building. T 4 fl! ,',ti 2:-' . t . . .x3.'1s1.,g,.a t I I 4 I, .v Wx 'Ve-.Q " ' it ,, ' w 3,1 A v 5. E wagpwk J S ,.. lf " ref, mi' I f.v -N,v H ix 'rf 4 Q Q 4. .1 ,L" ' vs-1 ., J f Dr Otto Tetzlaff left and Dr Lloyd Vincent rlght, lead participants in the 22-mile walk-a-thon held for March of Dimes. 'R JAMES HOLLAND DR LEON HOLLAND PAUL HORNE, Government Agriculture Dept Head Athletics 81 P.E. B.S., M.Ed., Abilene Christian College GARLAND HUNNICUT, DR. DOUGLAS JOHN, Business Adm. A.S., Odessa College B.A., B.B.A., University of Texas M.B.A., University of Arkansas Education B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D., North Texas State University DR. JAMES JOHNSON English B.A., University of Oklahoma Ph.D., Vanderbilt University ff is l ' Q-S 'Q glli 209 it is C' 4 Randal Meador is taught by instructor Miss Elaine Lewis how to operate learning machines used in the language lah. DR.. CLARA JONES, MRS. ELIZABETH DR. EUGENE JONES, MISS DORA KELLY, GERALD LACY, Biology' JONES, Government, Dept. Head English English B.A., M.S., Louisiana Nursing, Dept. Head B,A., M.A., University B.A., North Texas B.A., East Texas State University R.N., B.S.B., Texas of Akron State University State University Ph.D., Indiana University Christian University Ph.D., University of MA., University of B.Si-Nl., University North Carolina Colorado o exas ' .F-wr! 210 WILLIAM LANE, Athletics 8: P.E. B.S., Stephen F. Austin State College M.Ed., East Texas State University l MISS ELAINE LEWIS, DR. KENNETH LEWIS, Modern Languages Education B.A., M.A., University B.A., Oklahoma State of Texas University M.F.A., Colorado State University Ed.D., University of Oklahoma Angelo State football coach Grant Teaff and " .,...L t . ..it .5 MRS. MARGARET LEWIS, Nursing B.A., Asbury College player Don Burrell ha 1 DR. KEITH LINDSAY, Education B.A., Linfield M.A., Colorado State Ph.D., Stanford University DR. CHARLES LIVINGSTON, Agirculture B.S., Sul Ross State College D.V.M., M.S., Texas University af' if , to E , if .X 5 - ix CIT? ,c ,wt ..: ,:25,, ,GN ,V ,. ,QF MISS BILLIE LOVING, English B.A., M.A., North State University ASM a last-minute conference before Burrell goes into the game. Q 45351 s t 338 H34 I u. ' , 5 xi . Lftigf 53 1 S 5 A gk' Al ,,fl"ff'hw-YQ., r-. 'Y-i".a1r 5 F' 5 .-. iii' XJA' T 1 S Q., 4 Q nd' , V22 ff s., ' 1 xi 'I 3 . 'N Xi X EAM. pn Texas 211 v ,. , ,gf win 1 4 0' . Y, .W I ' Ka. Sz' as V K6 V as ' an , A' Y 4, . is V z -Q , . Dr. E. James Holland, instructor DR. DAVID LOYD, Physics B.S., M.A., University of Texas Ph.D., University of Wisconsin in OTIS O. LUMPKIN, Fine Arts B.S., University of Arkansas M.A., East Texas State University government, receives the catch during a student-faculty game on the ASU campus. MISS SALLY MCINTOSH, Nursing R.N., B.S.N., Florida State University 212 Annu. ef f MARION B. MCKINNEY, Bible B.A., M.A., Eastern New Mexico University ,ifsagmw A M x ...-..,, . V, J. I ' 'wi' rl-, WT -Us 1 , , .....,.. ,. -w -iw'-3-K . X -y-ev-', -1, .'J7L'Zt:'q:g ,,s:l4:Is:,- W., s mt:::'Q.'.r,-',w,v-.. I ' fr- :J .. , ,ww W.. ,Ny . ...,, . s.fz,-:-.'-p-.- A Q -.tri fi +.',?f5hQ ns . 'w Q- ,..::e 1: : my 2 f?b1.g,,'::.... .t .r,,,.'- . fe . 5' v-.,.f-v--- M BILL E. MARTIN, Journalism B.S., North Texas State University 1-was DAVID NATION Chemistry B.S., Stephen F. Austin State 'f4fWQY 'WHWW 5 r 5 5 1 :li ri if 3 e i J .w X1 . vm xl sa 0 . s t.. t e X t f t Q ,,. -1 2' . A P xx . ,, w xXXBl'Nl X 'x . .., . 'ng ' gif' Mrs. Maxine Brown, former dean of women, gives housing approval for fall semester to Brownfield sophomore Ann Schertz. RICHARD NEAL, OSVALDO ORRACA, EDDIE PACE, DR. C. V. PARKER, JERRY PERRY, GARY POLLARD, Bible Modern Languages Fine Arts Physics Dept. Head Government Business Adm. B.A., University of B.S., University of B.M., M.M., University B.A., M.S., Sam Houston B.A., Baylor University B.S., Texas Texas Mississippi of Texas State University M.A., University of Texas Technological College B.D., Church M.A., North Texas State Ph.D., University of Divinity School University Texas of the Pacific . 'WW Q: :mfg 1 0 Nl I i , f f 1 Q I inf X All equipment must be accurately made. Dawson Employs Grant For Atomic Research Working on a research study financed by a grant from the ASU faculty re- search funds, DR. HORACE RAY DAWSON is studying the process by which protons capture electrons from the atoms of various gases. The information which he expects to secure from this research will probably be useful in calculations concerning the auroras-the light above the earth's polar regions. Dawson believes that this information may also be helpful in de- veloping ion propulsion and thermo- nuclear reactions. In the initial stages of his studies, Dawson will design and construct most of the complex equipment used in his research. This will include a low energy proton accelerator, an analyzing magnet, collision and observation chambers, and an optical detection system. Later he will use this equipment to determine the number of protons which capture elec- trons as they pass through a target gas. ln addition, he can determine the energy level at which the electrons join the protons by the color of light they give off. Measurements will be made by a photo multiplier tube so precisely cali- brated that it will actually determine the number of protons or units of light emitted. Dr. Dawson has been a member of the ASU faculty since 1966. He has a bachelors and a masters in physics from North Texas State University and a doc- torate in physics with a specialization in atomic collisions from the University of Arkansas. Two ASU students, Frank- lin Holik and Larry Kujawski are as- sisting the physicist with his research project. K' fbi L. K f N is 5 Dr. Dawson and his student assistant, Larry Kujawski, check the critical allignment necessary in all the equipment he will use. 14 W gvv.-V -il C B was Many accurate measurements must be made to obtain useful data. Dr. Dawson stops to ponder a question concerning his research project on atomic fission. H X Q f 'ir Q an YT l - 8 kseyf 5 ., . is U Q Yea Dawson connects the diffusion pump to the vacuum system. -' t 5715- , ,215-V1.2-L.: -4,-gf-,:,1f'if?:-a,.v .,:..:f.- '- ' m?Z51E3'i:15i'f ,, ..,, This data will be used to determine the means in which protons capture electrons. 215 115 , , s X r I .IEW ELL PTE. RALPH RANDOLPH. rafilz S PE. History F Stsylirtz E. X " B X Ni X Llzxiversizy .ate Coifsgc oi Ne'-N Mexico NI Ld.. EAD., Lyn x ' H OQSIOYZ 3 5 DOX REAYTS. Bibfe BAN East Texas Baptist College li.Dix.. foigtlxwesrern Baptist Theo. renal. i D P if P 6 20 TROY REEYE5. English BA.. North Texas State Liniversity BLA.. Llniversity of Kansas as or the physics e artnient. durin .lk MRS. SHIRLEY ROBERTSON. Nursing HN.. AA.. Amarillo Junior College B.S.X.. Texas Christian L'nix'ersity A rioni session JAMES SALITROS, Chemistry B.S.. MS.. Texas A S: M University TQ f7'1'T.i'w fr If 'r f V B 1 rfff' IAQ : , if -,Q "- ex, 55 V, . . . .v Y A b 2. 4 V' ' .Af - . v v , if WF! YZHNQ 1 . 5 :A rs. ,. QE? , ' 'llgu fs:- ,zz .155 gg, .NS Va. 3? .n s 1 J 3 MISS HELEN RUSSELL SCHULTZ DR CHARLEY NIRQ W ILLENE NILER NIRb LINDA. SIXINIONS B1hle H0316 Economy' NUT Hlg Fme Arts B.A Samt Mary 5 Athletic 81 P E B S Bawlor Lnner nw B 'N XI N Lnner lu, B S MA., Texas College B S NI Ed 'funny XI -X Texa of Flonda W0m8H,S University Dr. Kenneth L. Lewis ! 9 L I R L u x N ' ,if- Q S I vi as Q 'fs a M1 ,fi ff Q 5 QQ-an DR. ELSTON TODD, Biology B.S., University of North Carolina M.Ed., University of Florida Ph.D., Montana State University Dr. Gordon C. DR. DAVID TULLIS, Education B.S., Southwestern State College M.A., Ed.D., Texas Technological College Creel, biology department head, inspects one of many collections stored in the Science Buildin 9, -as ' , e A .J N f' " xt N f ' ,series . i MISS RANDY TURNBOW WADE TURNER, KENYON WAGNER, MRS. MAURINE Business Adm. Athletics 81 P.E. EHSHSII WALKER, B.S., M.B.E., North B.S., M.Ed., Stephen F. B-A-. M-A., Eastern Education Texas State University Austin State College New Mexico UUWCTSUY B-5-, M-A-, Howard Payne College g. ' S get ,, - ' B g .. 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Lee. head librarian. with 15 years of experience. staffs 14 women full-time and many student assistants parttime. Built at a cost of S15 million in 1967. the three floors of the modem construction have a seating capacity of 1000 students. Providing service for students. faculty and local residents. the library consists of nearly 100.000 volumes. 70.000 of which have been placed since its opening. Also extending facilities for reference and research. the building supplies about 1000 current magazines and 30 daily and weekly newspapers. eight of which are foreign. Although there are no recent plans. the construction is de- signed to add a fourth floor. The card catalogue provides a quick reference. i WP' K 'Q-I , 14" W' 1, 1-vw.-' W! .UN 4 mtg I Ria fr V The study . . . -'A if A . :af iz' Q 4 N 0 e. 6 1 .11 'S f A - -i , -r,v,,,.-- Jr xi. . F, If ,. g G- . 'J' .F 1 A n .gr 1' ,.-fd,-b ,, 1424 Jr 1-'F iwgzigp I fl X V' ' Q 5' Si, Q11 I! ff I X all 1- , ...dcmmxx 1 E E -EE' eg. 5 ,. 'lm 35.wf3rx!" .f E, ga mln U fl fig. ANGELO STAT! INIVERSIW muuumtk IJKQV' Y' Q i 9 I - sw 1, 2 fi i . f S x. lg? A .2, . 5. - " I E , 1 x 0 v-.YQXXA O gf X Q hx X U me Q 51 ATE uwvrliwf 4, J 1 1, S- X .4--Tri, el 7' , . . , , 4: I ie i . T if - .- 4 rx.. ,V " - ,VM 3 A .r ' - , J .. Y za , , 'Q P , V a 4. w 1 N N w W . . ZS' Us il , -U.. X Wxm swf' 331' J 3 1, ,-, xl A 656 i J S I 1 mwmx Q' ww. f .,, 5 Q- ,FTW A- 1 'J 'ff Kr f . fm 'ff f 5 f Kryyx K aff "L ,..N ,.T,,'L ,... omgiww A - Ayf' ,QIVL ,F ,, ff!!! M55 44,51 wig! Jgf 226 PR IX IlU1..'-10 Q It OPOSED SCH ll 1 1 .- ul M x11 It U""V1f FIGHT SONG I fb.. ' "'-N11f1 The newly created school song of Eldon Black and Douglas Cornell was adopted this fall for Angelo State University. ..,: gg .7 .3 A-. Albert Abel, Sr. . . A 1 fa "' 9 Doug Acton, Fr. . . . . V F, Q - 3 5' ,J James Adams, Fr. . fu, C q T A 'A X ' Janet Adams, Fr. . . . X . ff' " D ..t 9, X I A , - - Jim Ellen Adams, Sr. "' K' " f "' fx 'F ' ' vt John Adams, Fr. . 1 ,, ,x ,L . ' Linda Adams, Fr. ' 'Y s -- . - - "7 " Patricia Adams, Fr. .. 5 . Randy Adams, Fr. . Q Y "NL xx . OOL .-,NIH ll14,X WA WH SONG YIIIQX 1.1.7, . b' Il, Spina . sl., linux' H-'llkjw -. J A lily' f1X'f"1.- -A 111 ,M 1 . llllilli if -.Lo IX If 1 , .N 1.- 11151.- MJ' XJlII.!1U1'!1Xllf HIHJJI-11. -N IX Iinfxlv.: OF V X - .111 xy N H ULN ,Iwi VIII.. ' ff ' J V- fllll' A M WH11 .l'.1,q, N-IAVINIQ . 'ff 01.13 . 411 IH 'XSL 1-5 it-UH'L ' D . . . . .San Angelo . .... San Angelo .. . . .San Angelo James T. Adams, Fr. . . . ..... San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . . .San Angell? . ..... San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . . .Rocksprings . .. . .Colorado C117 Richard Adams, Jr. . Ronald Adkins, Fr. .. Ross Adkins, So. . . . . . . .Robert Lee . . . . .Robert Lee Russell Adkins, Sr. . . . . . Sharon Afflerbach, Fr. . . Lydia Aguirre, Fr. . . . . Ruben Aguirre, Fr. .... .. Tommy Aishman, Jr. Robert Akers, Sr. ...... .. Bobbie Akin, Sr. . . . . Galen Akin, Fr. Beverly Alhro, Sr. . . . . Lanny Aldridge, Sr. . Randall Aldrige, Sr. .. Jerry Alexander, So. Jimmy Alexander, Fr. Mary Alexander, So. Mickey Alexander, So. Ronny Alexander, Fr. Jaffe Alford, Fr. Richmond, Va. . . .San Angelo . . . . .Ballinger . . .San Angelo . . .San Angelo .........Iraan . . .San Angelo . . . .Comanche . . .San Angelo . . .San Angela . . . .Goldsboro . . . . . . Ovalo . . . . Winters . .... Burnet . . . . .Snyder . . . . . . .fayton . . .Paint Rock . . .San Angelo A J, r, in 1, 2 fi T., X 4 'l 1 '-ll in - f lx l . X! f r xf if f, I - I far-M C I , FJ fs IX, .' 1 I -9 K - K, I ' C I 3 .. I Ii Q o . -6. ,-'rg I 7 Diana Block greets Dean Hugh Meredith with a cup of punch at the Presidential recep .5 - Q I.. ,K I tion held in the food service center. IIIII I I JF7. Y ' rf' I .J elf .,."Q' ' 1 I- . ' I A ' , -- ,gl 'L ,-rf.-N "' gl, vw T'-' ., 475' pi alffxgpg Q, 'R Cl-.'k: 1 - 1 ' J A-'m.,P.g."". " G92 .1' '.Y . P ' 1 X ., A . X 1'-' we .K fe. ff - 10' - -v I X f N .-.. , . I , 4 I 227 Patrick Allaire, lr. . Cheryl Allen, fr. .. Gary Allen, So. Marcia Allen, fr. . Robert Allen, fr. . .. William Allen, So. . . . . Jackie Alley, Fr. . . . . Thomas Alley, Fr. . . . .lohn Allgood, fr. . Charles Allison, fr. . Avelina Almanza, Fr. Carlos Alvarado, So. . Charles Amato, Fr. .... .. Lanita Amburgey, Sr. Jimmie Ames, So. Ft. Stockton . . . . . .Dallas .San Angelo . . . . . . .Killeen .San Angelo . San Angelo . . . . .Brownwood .San Angelo ......Bangs ......Dallas . . . . . .Odessa . .Sweetwater .........Ira . . . . .Notrees .San Angelo Bonnie Amos, Fr. ....... ..... S an Angelo Glenda Anderegg, Fr. Dale Anderson, Fr. Daniel Anderson, So. . David Anderson, Sr. . Douglas Anderson, Fr. Henry Anderson, Fr. . . ....... Doss . ..... Big Lake ' 'f f f .' feilfiir . .San Angelo ..... McCamey Leslie Anderson, Fr. . ...... Snyder Randolph Anderson, Fr. ........ San Angelo Sammy Andrade, Fr. ...... Coleman Linda Anthony, Ir. .. ...Monalzarzs Weldon Anthony, So. . ..... San Angelo Lonnie Appel, Sr. ...... Follel! Alvin Archer, fr. ..... ..... L amesa Barbara Archer, Sr. ..... Lamesa Zona Argo, So. ..... Marvin Arhelger, Fr. Kay Arledge. fr. .... . Anne Armstrong, So, . .lohn Armstrong, So. . Linda Armstrong, Sn. Wayne Armstrong, So. Jamie Arnn, jr. Deborah Arrott, Sr. . Nancy Arwine, Jr. .. -San Angelo ..San Angelo ..San Angelo . . . . .Midland .......lraan . ...San Angelo . ..... San Angelo .....San Angelo .....San Angelo ... . .San Angelo NN4 s ' I l , 1 'A ,X -FK X ...af X K vt' , N-. 'X 6. . ,r pug 41- . I nn- N , .-o A7 1 .4-v R r 40- gb I e r I? . ,,,, it v 5 x W A Q vu:-v I Ye! A ' r X' 'ls' 4' 4? 'U Q I if Q I-L g A I Q fl' A an e i fr ' if is lf ni X f 1 S 4 -4 A tx l X VA Q A N A :A V. t X ' ' n ill - ul l -l' v if l 'aka . I 14- K ,Jr , Q r S it 7 C X A " ' Pi .V v 355 -Q x ,r , -I: - -i h 1 ' Q If X V .V V! I A Q Q N 33 V ,A '. 7 4: 'LR Q n :fill -- ' . ,i f A A 'l" J J , fr r b 3 ,eg , - AP X .A- ,Ax XB ll II , V tt "4 K5 7 ' f Qs' .. . -gfxr- - , 1--2 r : V-A, W5 Liu .1 an ., r , 6, , .7 ' ' , Q ' 9 it fx A 1 T Af " 5- '13 I xi J s P' f' of a relaxing chair crosses stu Fi .1 11.15 4 .. X N 'V V8 OD 3 Mary Ashby, So. . Gary Ashley, Fr. . . William Ashton, Fr. Guy Askew, Jr. . . . Jessie Ault, So. . . David Aycock, lr. . . Connie Ayers, Jr. . . . ........ Abilene .. ..... San Angelo .. ..... San Angelo .......S0nora . . . . .Lampasas ....Colorado City . . ..... San Angela Louis Baca, Fr. ....... .......... M iles Dianne Bachman, So. .. .... San Angela Reggie Badgett, Fr. Alvin Bain, So. . David Baird, Fr. .. Joseph Baird, Fr. .. Stephen Baird, fr. . Carolyn Baker, Fr. James Baker, Jr. .. Randall Baker, So. . Royce Baker, Sr. .. Sharron Baker, So. . Verdena Baker, Sr. Weldon Baker, fr. .. Jane Bale, So. Jodie Balkum, Fr. . Judy Ball, Fr. Patricia Ball, jr. .. .. ..... .Iraan . . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .Ft. Stockton . . ....... Ballinger . . ....... Ballinger . . .... San Angelo .. ...Ballinger . . , . .Ballinger .......Wilson . . ......... Sudan . . ..... Springlake . . . . .Grape Creek .............Crane . ......... San Angelo ... .Rochester, Minn. Lansing, Mich. ..-.""'.in S..-1 1dent's minds as the ID line bar-ked up during fall registration. Causing hours of waiting. l FE 'sf Deborah Banister, Fr. Michelle Banks, Sr. Billy Bankston, fr. . Dolores Bara, Fr. .. . . .... San Angelo . . . .... San Angelo . . .Hillsboro . . . . . .Brady Catherine Barager, Fr. . .. . .... San Angelo Johnny Barbee, Fr. . ..,.. Ozona Gary Barber, Fr. San Angelo Mary Barfielcl, So. . ..McCamey Michael Barker, Fr. ...Junction Wanda Barker, Fr. . ...Junction Jerry Barnard, So. .. ..... San Angelo Nolvia Barnes, So. .. ....... Norton Philip Barnes, Fr. . .,.. Menard Danny Barnhill, Fr. . San Angelo George Barragan, Fr. ,,C0m5z0ck E r: O O fl. 5' 'U :- DJ :: O D9 :: Q. 5. Q. c: T. 2. O s: UI 0 O FD Q. U1 O O 5 cr' ... :s 0 ' 3 US.. 4 fb 9 O O B CD :s U1 SU fb 2 Q. 0 :: O 0 III 2. D7 ::1 FD ,- 4 ..- o O wr' Q. L: D :1 ma III Q E! FU O o B ... :1 rm 5 O vr' W DDQ! " A V, Y , - iff: ll I L . l l.. ' 501. . l i . 44" B an N ff 4 N .3 I 230 I? i .1 'P Q 3 , are -I, H Q Q ,A it-'li S, ' 655 ' , ne 'IS' ' """" E Qi X yt ka W ,Q A i J Q., ' V V x V V ,, S I ,. 1 17' ' 4 . - , f - .J 1 A fre G Q- ef sl' if" L f -X it 1 ' , I , , f A ' .X A A Ram rallies led by ASU cheerleaders are held on Thursday nights preceding football games. Raymond Barrandey, Fr. ......... McCamey Alejandro Barrera, Fr. . Hortensia Barrera, So. . . . . . . . Anne Bartnicke, Fr. . . . ..... Theresa Bartz, So. Billie Bates, Jr. .... . Carrizo Springs .....Van Horn Taipei, Taiwan .. . . . . .San Angelo .......Menarcl Damel Batko, Jr. ..... ......... A bilene Katherine Bauer, Fr. .. Robert Baxter, Fr. Mary Beach, So. .. Stephen Beach, So. Larry Beadles, Fr. .. Zeddie Beal, Fr. .. Judy Beam, Jr. Raymond Beam, Fr. .. Jim Bean, Jr. ....... . Charles Beasley, Jr. Lou Ann Beauchamp, Fr Buddy Beck, So. .... . Donald Beck, Fr. .... . Danny Beekman, Fr. . .. Marsha Behrens, So. .. Becky Belcher, Fr. .. Alton Bell, Fr. Lloyd Bell, Fr. . ...San Angelo ........Coleman .Colorado City ... . .Paint Rock .Brownfield .. . .Robert Lee . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo ... .San Angelo .. . . . .Hamilton ....San Angelo ........Snyder ......Big Lake . . ...San Saba . . . . . . .Andrews . . . .San Angelo ....San Angelo . . ' Q die? il 5 23 232 Howard Benes, fr. .. John Benes, Fr. Terry Benner, Fr. Blaine Bennett, Fr. .. Rudy Bennett, fr. Ronald Benningfield, Fr Grace Benson, So. Gregory Benson, fr. Lee Benson, Fr. ..... . Mildred Benson, Fr. Steve Benson, So. .... . William Benson, So. .. Richard Benton, Jr. Sheila Bernier, Grad. .. Lawrence Berry, Fr. .. Tom Berseheidt, Fr. William Bertzyl-Q, SO. .. james Bickel, Fr. . Ronnie Bigbee, Fr. .. Travis Billings, So. .. Cary Billingsley, Fr. . lo Billo, Fr. ...... . Marion Bird, Sr. . Cindy Birtchet, So. . Chane Bishop, So. . l.arry Bishop, Fr. luanita Bivens, Fr. .. Robert Black, Fr. .. Sherry Black, Sr. .. Judi Blackburn, Fr. . Doyle: Blair, Fr. ..... . Judy Blair, jr. ...... . . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo .........Munday ..........Stamford . . . .Greenville, S.C. . . . . .Sheffield . ...San Angelo .. . .San Angelo ... .San Angelo . ...San Angelo . . . . Wichita Falls . . . . .San Angelo . . . . . . .San Angelo Slevenson, Wash. Paso ......San Angelo . . . .Hunzer, ND. .. . . . .Ballinger .......Merlcel . . . .San Angelo .... . . .Lubbock .. . .San Angelo .. . .San Angelo .......Belzon . ...Winters . ...San Angelo .......Brady .. . .Abilene ....Uvalde . . . .Abilene ...,Robert Lee . ...Robert Lee Timothy Blair, Fr. .... Seagraves Ceorgianna Blalock, Su. .... San Angelo lftha Blankenship, Sr. .. .... Big Spring Laffy' Blfiidffll, fr. .. .... Goldlhwaite Patsy Blasdell, Fr. Thomas Blasdell, fr. .. Bobby Bleacher, jr. . .. Cynthia Bledsoe, Fr. ...........Star ,...San Angelo ....San Angelo .-.San Angelo f .3 . ,, I 65? if, 1 I--rf .. f f A BTL. 5 ,K .az , 4 f 2: .3 ,ss ' ,.... , - ev - X 5- 40 ' f' - ' 956' X ' N l l' Q Xt fir Y LA l I' r UQ ' 2' 1. , if Q. za' -fm ' it Y M, H, If I 4' NT 'et I t . fra 1 - ,dev V f ff' -P Eta! W s Q . if WT , . .3 X - 'Fr 'QF' '2 .i , 1 S x I -A A l lf' X l fr A X 5. 4. V nik l " ' 'Q fix '23 9 s .qs ...un 'VT' w .rp 'UT - fl - nv kr '19 ff H U y gift X rf' A Q .ifi,,i ,fu K gr I J rl' P ii we K Xxx Sli- ff i . .. - gi X '- Qg:.,L' N . ,, r. 2 .f Q35 X I 'ii Q QA' V "5 'fliifffg , 4 2' 1 ' N NX by A f A ' or ,gg .,V- . V - ws.:-' 4- A 'T i , 4? XXL 1 X: , ima, .. b r we , 1 fy fi- nk- ff"r B 1 fx High upon a mound of chicken wire and tissue, these two coeds find building BSU's homecoming float an exciting addition to education. 8 0 3 r . ' ref- . f -5 ' H ., , Q . , . 4 ij , V Y' 5 E xv we Vai 4., gy :- . . 4 A 5 ft 9 H . ,1f-" -13 l' M "' 2:2 . l M., ' - 'XX Y as -'L v ,, .3 J ve- f.: .1 2 .5 Xa v ig, 2 ' L vlhv X yn . . i I' b is .V .nf X mmm 11 - , 'Y!! 45 , X fit' ,fy- . 12 X. l f? , M55 N s i f 2 P. f Z vs. fr x 4, ' L4 'lxlxiil S . Q -, . . '2 , ': if 'r . - 1 1' ' .iz X 'T "A. ' ' L5 l ' 'i 2 i 4: 1.,' 2: 2 i 5 my Q :l Q ,Q if - l "r'7Lf ii ' lfi if Y, Robert Bledsoe, Fr. Dennis Block, Fr. Diana Block, Jr. Janelle Block, Fr. . Michael Block, Sa. .. Patricia Block, Sr. . Bert Bloodworth, So. Trudy Bloodworth, Fr David Blythe, Sa. .... . Mary Bode, Fr. .... . Dana Boedeker, So. . . Vicki Bolin, Fr. Betty Book, Fr. .. Fred Book, So. .. Larry Book, Fr. .. Thomas Book, Fr. .. David Booker, So. .. Steven Boswell, Fr. .. Mary Bourg, Sr. .... . Wilford Bourg, Fr. Gary Bowen, fr. David Bowlin, Sr. Janice Bowman, Fr. William Box, jr. Lesley Boxley, Fr. . . .Blackwell San Angelo San Angelo . . .Ballinger San Angelo . . .Ballinger . . . . .Sonora San Angelo San Angelo San Angela San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo .. . ..Van Court . . . .Rowena . . . . . . Waco San Angelo San, Angelo San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo ........0dessa . . .. . .Stamford .....Wickelt C1 , ,f-. f R , vw . fi. Liv ,f 1 '35 x - 5 X Ba 1 ZR f' . F gg 4101 -9 --1 A x 4 A " s"' l, Rl ' - 'E A f if A Q B t 4 a -4 a J' J l' ,, 'Q .N AQ fi fl ' f ia! .l .. 1 A ' As they rally a winning season, the Golden Rams fill many inches of on- and off-campus newspapers. Donna Boyd, Fr. Gary Boyd, Fr. Michael Boyd, Fr. .. Richard Boyd, Sa. .... . Wanda Boydstrun, So. Anna Braden, Sr. . . Arnold Braden, Fr. .. David Braden, Fr. .. Sarah Bradford, So. . . . . . Sula Bradford, Jr. .. Alton Bradshaw, So. .. .. . . . . . .Alpine .......0zona . .San Angelo . .San Angelo . . . . .Midland . .San Angelo .Garden City i ..... Kerrville .Three Rivers . .San Angelo .......Brady Casey Bradshaw, So. .. ..... Comanche Kathy Bramlet, So. ....... Monahans Delton Brazell, Fr. Gerald Breeding, Sr. .. Karen Breithaupt, Jr. Gary Brewer, So. James Briggs, Sr. . . Bill Briley, Sr. . . . . .F art Stockton . .San Angelo . . .......... Odessa . .San Angelo Eulabell Brewer, Sr. . . . . . . . . . .Monahans . .San Angelo . . . . . .Abilene f, l'li: Q Rams, Javelmas, Ehle Top Qlone Star Conference Stats ,.-rang., ge.-:taste-1-s:::. K A Y r IM ww.,-Ms.w+am-:femwnwa , ,. , was W"N Bobby Briley, So. .. Glenda Brimer, So. .. John Briscoe, fr. .. Bill Bristow, Fr. ...... . . . . Caylon Brnovak, Fr. Ronnie Broadfoot, Sr. Ronald Broadrick, Fr Dwight Brodbeck, Fr. Delvin Brookfield, Fr. Beverly Brooks, So. . Charles Brooks, Jr. .... . . . Deborah Brooks, So. Larry Brooks, Fr. Michael Broome, So. . . . . . Winters . ........Valera . . . . .Sweetwater . San Angelo .........Trent .San Angelo . .Big Spring Johnson City . . . . . .Friana Sterling City .San Antonio , .... Abilene .San Antonio Jerry Brooks, Sr. ..... . . . . . . . .San Angelo . . ..... San Angelo Emmitt Brotherton, Fr. . . . . . . . Comstock Beverly Brown, So. Mary Brown, Jr. . . . . .Abilene Jan Browder, Fr. .... . . . . ...... Ballinger ..........Austin Robert Brown, Jr. . . . ..... San Angelo Progress and growth of the University are I1 rt," tg sr .G . underway as A-stater G , -Q I? . ,... an PY X Y., . A .,.,-HP' s l'i'j! rg aa 4 K i.,, f , he ' Q: ' 1 'Z' I f- B N1 3 4 , 1 . K na K ary Dickson welds into shape the frame of a maintenance building MN-4 . ' gztzz:-ms -, J' Harvey Browning, Fr. Paula Bruce, Fr. .... . Richard Bruce, So. .. Edwin Brumfield, lr. Harlin Brunson, Fr. . . Donald Bruton, Jr. .. Frankie Bryan, So. .. Gaylan Bryan, Fr. . Sunny Bryan, Fr. Beverly Bryant, Fr. Jerry Bryant, Fr. Betty Bubenik, Fr. . Joyce Bubenik, Jr. .. Gregory Buchanan, Sr. James Buchanan, Sr. . Brenda Buck, Fr. Perry Buck, Jr. .. William Buck, Fr. .. John Buhay, Sr. .. Gary Bulger, Fr. . . . ...... Snyder .. . . . .Junction ...........Gladewater ..............0dessa Pine Bluff, Arkansas . . . . .San Angelo . ..... Coleman .. ...Winters . . ...... Ballinger . . . . .Sherwood ..........Son0ra ..San Angelo .......... Wall . . ....... Nolan . . . .Odessa ....San Angelo ......San Angelo ..............Austin .....Walnulport, Pa. ..........Stamjord ,.1-f A xl! X N to X I cf, " , , 3 T3 J, pg .L 1 P A-. ' -w Y ...ann 4- r '-"f, " if IJ 3 fa VJ ici . . 131' - 3 5' 2. ',' . l A 'I f. tj Q, , - gl ,' K K 1-34 .fs EJ' " Vi, Y fi' :P 1 V as H Y , -..JW 5: i In ,Q Je' M ' i' l , 3 . ev' X 1 Q 3 " X t 4 xx A " X SIP Two "cool" rams, carved by ASU's Richard Gwyn, provide a center attraction at the Presidential reception held in September. .f fl TEN 6. sl. 4 .ffl l .f W fi. . 'Q , X i l ' ag.. . ., WS AState voters express their choices for class offlcers and freshman representatives and senators at the early fall election. Barbara Burk, Fr. .. Jerry Burk, Fr. John Burk, Fr. .. Alice Burke, So. Barbara Burke, Fr. . Sandra Burke, Fr. . .. Eddie Burkett, So, . . . Glen Burleson, Fr. . Bill Burnes, Jr. .. James Burnett, Sr. .. Thomas Burnett, Fr. William Burnham, Fr. .. . . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo .. . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . . . . . .Big Lake . . . .San Angelo ........Rotan . . . . .San Angelo . . . ..... San Angelo . . .Ft. Stockton Marvin Burns, So. ..... ...... S an Angelo Linda Burpo, Sa. . . James Burr, Fr. .lo Burrell, Fr. .... . Sue Burroughs, Sr. . Linda Burrows, Fr. . Janice Burrus, Sr. Dennis Busby, Sr. ,, Norman, Okla. ............Crane . . . . .San Angelo . ..... San Angelo . ..... San Angelo .........MLles .. . .Coleman Noisxooa P'-Lf gy. sv 1, E,.,,,g. figififif? WC' ' f ?t'f i .,. fri '- f ,gxfy--. I . il ' 1 fu I 3 X , A Xi .LAY , 2 "sb"f - 3 N' . l , Vi v we 1 ., ,fa ' ' TQ .,." 35- , . ,-'JP if t . En- f L I' l 3 , gt, lv 2, 'gg . Marvin Schultz has the Carl Bussey, So. Walter Buster, Fr. .. Alta Butler, So. ..... . Gary Buttery, Jr. .... . unanimous undivided . ........ Dallas . . . . .San Angelo ... . .San Angelo . . ..... San Angelo Linda Buxkemper, So. .. ...... Ballinger Robert Byerly, So. . Roy Bynum, So. . Danny Byrd, So. Mary Byrd, Sr. Clyde Byrne, fr. .. .lulia Caballero, Sr. .. ...San Angelo .. ...San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo .... .San Angela . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo Maria Caballero, Jr. .... .......... B oerne Richard Caballero, Sr. . Teddy Caffey, Jr. Carolyn Cain, Fr. William Caldwell, So. . Daniel Calhoun, Fr. Eldon Calk, Fr. Steven Calvert, So. Isidoro Calzada, Sr. .. Ernest Cammack, Fr. . . . .. Bud Campbell, Fr. Charles Campbell, lr. .. Cary Campbell, Fr. .. .ludy Campbell, Fr. .. ..... San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo .....San Angelo . . ..... San Angelo .. . . .San Angelo . . . . . . . .Eldorado . . . . .San Angelo .. . . .Sanderson ...Big Lake .. . . . .San Angelo ... . . ,San Angela . . . . .San Angelo . . . . . . .Abilene , """- attention of frosh duri f ng orientation at fall registration. . 'ia' 'C tu 'P' - f K , x ., f js . M, ' -.r- X , A . wr - ' -4- 'Q i, ,-4 .Q ' 9 'ties-1 'fy U - ui X fx-ll .4 x fe - 'IL C, e . as 3 fs N X Q' E . A 'S- r, 'i , 1 ' N C ' A, fl XL. ' J " l ft. 1 . ' . ' fr- i ,B , 'A as ,i..,?,g 'X l t 157 N Q et X X , R 'ii .F -.f V it .1- I 4 .,.,.1-A -Q ,gf 1 fcfv Q XX be -2 fm M 2 1 X X A 5 46' 1 lr ,J 2. If N Q X it , X dl X W , t A 1 is X LE 1 z I fn , fe 1 '3 M ' if 15 i 'Q 1 lx ,ttf w if Ag, .4 eq .QQ t gf, 4 .J fx 'x ax 7 Jhg f " J X A xx I X. Xi tg' Students find the 8 A M band practice more than a challenge on some momings. Lynda Cantu, So. Victoria Cardinas, Sr. Jeane Carey, Fr. .... . Dugan Carlton, So. .. Lonnie Carnes, Fr. .. Patricia Carney, Fr. .. Elclene Carr, Fr. Kenneth Carr, jr. Carley Carrico, Ir. . Marybeth Carriker, Fr. ...... . . . . . .Hobbs . . . . . Valera San Angelo ..McCamey . . . . .Anson San Angelo . .McCamey San Angelo . . . ......... Baird .San Angelo Yvonne Carroll, Sr. ...... Sonora Judy Carruth, Fr. .. Bobby Carter, So. Craig Carter, So. Garth Carter, Jr. Joe Carter, Fr. Keith Carter, Sr. .. Marian Carter, lr. .. Ronald Carter, Jr. .. Starla Carter, Sr. .. John Carver, Fr. .. Carol Casbeer, So. .. Gary Casey, Fr. . . . . Janice Casey, Fr. . . . . Rodney Cason, So. . ..... lraan San Angelo San Angelo ........Snyder . . . . .Odessa . . . .Lamesa .........Wingate San Angelo . Sweetwater .Robert Lee . . .Eldorado ............Rule San Angelo San Angelo ,..c.g.... Dl!FJ2H'- vE?5ZW' 89 Rnliilfk- ..-M nwxq 5 . ,--. " ,S . In . I ..,. A ,E .,, si Eli io Castaneda, Fr. . Mario Castillo, Sr. Eugene Castleberry, Sr. . . . Hector Castro, So. Martha Cates, Sr. With the students posting a victory, the Student-Faculty football game kicks off Homecoming Week activities. va' g ' 1? t. ,MB . ,gm ,CR 1 t 1 H X 4 3, f i l ' "'. , . f' If lv? i lil V, , fi we Y ' .:r J , it -1 1 If f K f ' AA' j ' 2 ' " .-.i 3 W" l . V, .W ci? . A I t:" r , t M41 Q , 'Z A '-., 'Q 47: . 'W . J, uf. 'M 5. 3 y , W ,4 V Q K 5 Z. f 1 Q , N Y -f f-,, .T N 'fel , sw -X -,x is 2' .40 i Q ,.', ts A21 lx , V. .,, ,av ip S xx 'K Y ...- Q I x t .. Q x , ,,.,, I lx? 'N -In we., K' it-,M I A 195 I tt. Q-gm. .E 'x K 'C 'I Xi M ' 7 X M -:-:SEQ KAX fx X, PA, J Joseph Cates, Fr. Earl Cathers, Fr. .. . Mary Cathers, Fr. Clint Caves, Fr. .... . Patricia Cavness, Sr. . Lydia Cedillo, So. Frank Centilli, Fr. Rebecca Cervantez, Fr. Thomas Chambers, Fr. Yvonne Chandler, Sr. Iris Chaney, Fr. .... . William Chaney, Grad. Dehorah Chapman, Jr. Larry Chapman, lr. . . . . . . . . Stephen Chapman, Jr. . . . . . Howard Chapple, Fr. ,lo Charlesworth, Fr. . . Tommy Chasak, fr, . James Chesnut, lr. . Linda Chesnut, Ir. .. . ........ Del Rio San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo . .Big Lake San Angelo ......El Paso ........El Paso San Angelo . . . . .Brady San Angelo ...... Del Rio . . .Kerrville . .Hemphill San Angelo San Angelo . . .Midland '. '.'.'. . .Ballinger .Big Spring . . C hristoval . . . . .Slazon San Angelo San Angelo San Angela ........0dessa George China, Fr. Gayle Childers, Fr. Billie Childress, Sr. Dwain Childress, Fr. Jerry Chitsey, Jr. .. Victor Choate, Fr. . . . , . . . . Barbara Christian, Fr. . . . . . . Sam Chumley, Sr. . Alvie Clark, Sr. Frankie Clark, Jr. . Larry Clark, Jr. ....... .... . Larry W. Clark, So. . . . . . . . . Susan Clark, So. Thomas Clarke, Jr. . . . . . . . Clay Curtis, So. .. James Clayton, Jr. . . ....... Ballinger Floyd Clements, Fr. . . . . . . . Carol Click, So. Randy Clifton, Fr. . . Vicki Clifton, Fr. . . .Damascus San Angelo ........Mertzon San Angelo u:li.Hermleigh San Angelo San Angelo . .Big Lake . . . .Abilene .Big Spring San Angelo San Angelo . ......... Snyder .San Angelo . .. . .. .Snyder San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo . . . . . . Spur Two hours of laboratory work per week accompany all freshmen level forelgn language courses 53:29 Caroline Cloudt, fr. Gary Coates, Jr. .. . . Roy Coates. Fr. . Allan Cobb, Fr. .. James Cobb, Jr. .. Joyce Cobb, fr. Andrew Cody, Fr. .. William Coe, Fr. .. Billy Colby, Fr. .. Andrew Cole, Fr. .. Kenneth Cole, So. .. Susan Coleman, So. Suzanne Colgin, Fr. Edward Collard, Sr. James Collett, So. .lames Collie, Fr. Charles Collins, Fr. Donald Collins, So. Wyvonne Collins, Fr. William Combest, lr Johnny Com ton F . P a 7- William Compton, Sr. Barbara Condon, So. Evans Conley, Fr. .. Donald Conner, Fr. ., Angelo State's drill team, .........Uvalde . . . .San Angelo .........0zona . . . .San Angelo . ...San Angelo . . . .San Angelo ... .San Angelo . , . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo .. . . .Robert Lee . . ...... El Paso . . ..... Ballinger . . . ....... Odessa . . ...... Midland .. . . .Sheffield . . . .San Angelo ...... Monahans .. . .San Angelo . . . .... .Andrews .. ..... Odessa ..........San Angelo . . . ...Bossier City, La. .............Kerr1,'ille . . . . . . .Robert Lee .. . .Monahans , A -C? 'IF Q 4119 . v 1 'Zag --in af . - as. 'N f r ...f we . ! f ' ,Q fi i Q My 1 ,p 4 1 -1 ., 'F .4-.,,, lg' ' ll I "' , Q , . '-- ,4 ,S i 'po' C: ts . "AQ: .P 'fs - I ' r s g A pl fx! f 'Z ,,., .mv -7' YU' x l . the Angelettes, sponsored by Mrs. Carolyn Crill, performs at the Ram rallies and games. . ff -in it Kiwi' -i 4 "' . '- f,1"',"'J 1 9 D- pg' l ts- 'LM' Ziff' 1' -.a"'Qu.,.a,-A .-W., -,L xx 13: i A f .j?f," res I n-.. -32 W .4- x ll F .e 9. H fi . . 1,91-in In x , A W .li 1 -gx' xl 4 X., ,, - 51 il X N ' X l llfmi K1 , 1 1 I I 7 f va 3 F? P Aff K ' QA' ' J , , 5' 'H' fs' 1.51 ' Vi 31? I - -sv-fi A 'f . Y lu' - l 1 I .2 ta.: , V 4. K H I . i,,1'? lg. 4- -3 2' f n 162 V' i .ui xi? 4... . W-WA? 5-2 4 l , 1 C ,. C . l I r if X' . 'I ' 1 'Ii' J 'TQ 3 Aj ' K -3 N .2 N X 4 f N. lad' l- ' 11 'K f 1'-- X g u i" l l 'ir' 1 Richard Contreras, Fr. John Cook, Grad. Kay Cooke, Jr. Rhea Cooke, Sr. .... . Beverly Cooksey, Fr. .. Robbie Cooksey, Fr. .. Ellen Cooper, Fr. .. .. George Corases, Fr. . Kay Corbell. Fr. .. Richard Corder, jr. . Timothy Corder, So. Deborah Corley, Fr. .. Nelda Corley. So. Don Cosper. So. .. Diana Couch, Fr. . James Counts, Fr. .. Charles Courtion. Fr. James Covey, So. . . . . Frances Cowan, So. .. Harry Cowan, Sr. . . . Andrea Cox, So. .. Cathy Cox, Fr. Donald Cox, Fr. .. Frances Cox. Jr. Cary Cox, So. .. Marsha Cox, So. . Sharon Cox, Sa. .. Samuel Coy, So. .. John Coyan, Sr. .. .. Bertha Cozby, Fr. Kathryn Craig, Sr. .. Michael Craig, So. .. Robert Cranford, Fr. Cynthia Crawford, Fr. .. Debbie Crawford, Fr. Rebekah Crawford, Sr Ronnie Crawford, Fr. Kay Creath, Fr. Robert Creel, So. Cynthia Crellin, So. . . .. . . .San Angelo ..........Dallas .....San Angelo .........Abilene . . . . .San Angelo . .... San Angelo ........Lubl1ock .. . . .San Angelo ..........E0la . .... San Angelo .. . . .San Angelo . . . . . . .Lamesa .....San Angelo .. . . .San Angelo .. ...Abilene ......Roberz Lee . . . . .San Angelo .........IrL'ing . . . .Ballinger . . . .Ballinger .........Del Rio .....Ft. Stockton . . . . .San Angelo .. . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo .........Abilene .. . .N0ru'00d, Ohio . . . . .San Angelo .. ...San Angelo .....San Angelo .........Eclen .........Miles ........Lubbock .. . . .San Angelo . . . .......... Rolan .. . . .San Angelo .... ...San Angela ... . . . .San Angelo Los Angeles, Calif. :Z l .fi Q .X . I s A " . A- - - tt: 1-1 6 ft, . , .A E Q 7 , .4 , it x- 'N 4 1 ' V i l i: r ' 1' l X j if it I ' E V ' ' l A - if i is iw A. 'Q ' g r A-3 'E -f' I P - l . Z R- ., 'V ' in s Y . . f I - ff 1 A izffs '. 2 if 4' 45' . 1 '.. ASUSA's Victory Barrel .. 5 fd 9 is a spirit booster at football games. Wasw. , . ' 5 ' t ' 5 'W X1 f xx lzl Jimmy Cross, Fr. . .. Jime Crossno, Sr. . . . Gary Crouch, Fr. .... . Lois Crownover, Fr. Suzanne Crump, Sr. . . . . . . . . Jerry Cruse, Fr. ...... . G C F ary ruseturner, r. . . . . . . . . Eliozar Cuellar, Sr. ...... .... . Robert Cuellar, So. ............ . Martha Cunningham, Fr. ....... . Sharon Cunningham, So. ...... . Woodrow Cunningham, Sa. .... . William Cupp, Jr. ............ . Ella Currie, Fr. .. ......... . . . . .Brownwood .........Llano .....Mason San Angelo San Angelo ......Waco San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo San. Angelo .San Angelo .Sweetwater San Angelo Paint Rock Wilma Currie, Fr. . ..... Colorado City Deborah Curtis, So. San Angelo Debreah Curtis, Fr. ......... Earth Sandra D'Andrea, Jr. .... .... . Io Lyn Dabney, Sr. Ft. Stockton San Angelo Philip Danaher, Jr. ....... Houston The new game room provides relaxation for ASU's students. bw' 1 l SX Sr I fi HP lp Youre gi"llRdE liluml Avenues E. HY llepnalmo if EPR nl Lil UURSE S gf. llemi Fall registration includes cards and Elizabeth Daniel, Fr. Margaret Daniel, Jr. . . . . . . . Robert Daniel, So. ..... .... . Marsha Daniels, So. .... .... . ,Ianett Dankworth, Fr. San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo . . ...... Ballinger William Darden, fr. . .... ......... W aca Charles Daugherty, Sa. . . . ........ Big Lake Wesley Daugherty, Fr. San Angelo Gary Davenport, Jr. . . . ..... Brady Clarence Davidson, So. . . . ..... Quanah Samuel Davidson, Fr. San Angelo Walter Davies, Jr. .... ...... L ubbock Alana Davis, Fr. ..... Ft. Worth Carol Davis, Fr. .... Sweetwater Danny Davis, Fr. ,,.,, Crane l 1-X 2 N, L , J ln Y J more cards, stops and more stops and most of all many headaches. , 15. 51,2 1 . H i QA i as N w 11- S NN " , A ., X-Zyl A. .., ,- 6 X 1 1 f D .,l 1 1 I AX . A , i it X X5 A l T 0 1 4,2 , W i 6 S 1' 1. ' .:X w 4 , 3 4' . ' i H6391 , Q 4- ig -I ,1 'fi ' - 4 l l 1 I N' .. 1' E 1 5 X XA I Y 0 lx , 3 , ' ' I I 1 I 2 45 5-:1 Y 246 lam 3 par I. if 55 ' 5 2' :QV ,, .. David Harrison and Jack Srader construct Delta Sigma Pi's roulette booth as a side attraction at this year's Winter Camival. Dwight Davis, fr. Florine Davis, Fr. Garry Davis, fr. .. Jacquelyn Davis, jr ...... Junction ..... San Angelo .......Menard . . .Eldorado Lynne Davis, Fr. . .I G D...-...San Angelo Rita Davis, Fr. Deborah Day, jr. .. Jonny Day, Sr. .. Carl Dean, Fr. .. Keith Dean, fr. .. Mary Dean, Fr. Peggy Dean, Fr, .. . . f' Diane Deathe-rage, Fr. ..... San Angelo Jesse Denton, Fr. ...... ..... . Lynn Deaver, Ir. .....San Angelo ........Rotan ..........Miles ..........Stanzon Vallejo, Calif. . . ..... San Angelo Little zeld Ozona . . . .Bangs - . .Z A "2 ,,:L"la' 5 W "'!-'Isa-:W l fx l fi 5 4 ,Q V4 13 ,su lil Q: L' -Z, , --.Q K . N K Y rl X Q X ,' x Q .fi- l V 1, Q, '3- :graft .ix I-itat? grgsvlvzz-3.-. ,. . r-f.'io'. 43:5 .:,, .. 9 ' 1-um ,- if . -. .rf t,- -' :Av ,.,.,,b. tu x fv- Q.-Q V f QV' t S' X ,iv .,, K. X 'Q Q? 4 ,, ,ri . ' of-V ei H :qq Z 1 4- ,CF f Q 1 - B -, Lg bn X . , ax l ' XY. ff? Q ' 13 9 Q -3 ' J N W 0 'R -vx, -A xi 4 Q' j Veta Deaver, So. . .. . . . . . Mary DeChearo, Jr. Phillip Decker, So. Sharon Decuir, So. . . . . . . Donald Deel, Fr. . Martha Dehnel, So. Arnoldo DeLeon, Sr. Diana DeLeon, Fr. Ronald DeLong, So. Brownwood San Angelo .........Talpa .San Angelo . . . .Rankin . .M CC am ey . .Robslown . .Robstown . . .... Eldorado Ronnie Delz, Sr. . . . ,.... Texan Jon Demere, Fr. ....... ..... S ierra Blanca Elaine Dempsey, Fr. . ........ Eldorado Elmer Dendle, So. .... .... . Nancy Dendle, Sr. . . . . . . . Rozanne Denison, Fr. . . . . . , . Ann Denniston, Fr. Ricky Densman, Fr. Dan Derrick, So. .... . . . . Donald Devoll, So. Ronald Devoll, So. . Miss Dora Mae Kelly tries to squeeze one of the 66 English courses offered for the fall semester into a student's schedule, San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo .....Au.szin ...Coleman .San Angelo . . .... Robert Lee . . .... Robert Lee .ww 'I We .- . nf" c x -1 1 x B. i " v e 4, 1 , 4 3' 5 CAM ,a.. Quan Sophomore Class Officers: L. to R., First row: Martha Jordan Ctreasur Junior Class Officers L to R First row Joyce Halfmann fsecretaryl erl,-Cathle Clemens lsecretaryl. Second row: Jeanine Kunkel fvice Second row Frances Moore fV1C6 presldentl Monroe Dlerschke fpresl presidentl, Wayne Franke lpresidentl. dem Kathy Dews, Fr. .. .limmy Diaz, Fr. San Angelo Emma Dicke, Jr. ..... .... . Paddy Dickehut, Fr. . . . , , , Cary Dickson, Fr. .. Hiram Dickson, So. Lewis Dickson, Fr. . . . . . . , Glenn Dierschke, Fr. Monroe Dierschke, Jr. Patricia Dierschke, Fr.H.. ........0zona Knippa Del Rio . . . . Wall L C San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo . . . Wall San Angelo , I an C t -Q li .l ,. xi 1 '- X ' 4 x x 2- l fx' Senior Class Officers: L. to R., First row: Pam Keith ftreasurerl, Jerry Sflflsl Freshman Class Officers: L. to R., Ellen Tumbow ftreasurerl, David Gentry fpresidenti. 5 E L. to R., Barbara Mackin fvice-presidentl, Marsha Johnson lsecretaryl. Q ' i' Johnston fsecretaryl. Second row: Tim Leifeste fvice-presidentl, Bobby Menchaca fpresidenti . ,,Y 5 S X x 'ioff N iris . . - . ii "ir l il 1 B I. ,., -4, '-,.. V. lgxf V .,, . i " . ,- l E i Q L ' x Ray Dierschke, Jr. Monte Dillard, Fr. Shirley Dillard, Jr. Larry Dillon, Fr. . . . . . . .. Dianna Ditto, So. . Billy T. Dixon, Fr. Curtis Dixon, Fr. Neva, Dixon, Jr. . .. . .... . Gaylon Doan, Fr. Kathleen Dobler, Jr. . . . . . . . . . .... .Rowena ......Sonora . . .Midland San Angelo San Angelo . ....... Clyde . . . ........ Ballinger San Angelo . . . .Merkel San Angelo Carl Dodd, Sr. ........ .... S an Angelo Kathryn Dodd, Jr. ........ .... S an Angelo Richard Dominguez, Fr. . . .... San Angelo Joy Donaldson, Sr. ..... .... S an Angelo Esta Dooley, Fr. ..... .... S an Angelo Derrell Dorrance, Fr. .. .... San Angelo Dennis Douglas, Fr. . Beth Downey, Fr. .... . Bobby Doyal, Jr. Terry Doyal, So. Royce Drennan, fr. .. . Paul Dubbs, Sr. .... . James Dubose, Fr. . .. Randle Ducote, Fr. .. Tom Dudley, So. .. Lynda Duerksen, Sr. . Walter Dufrain, Fr. .. James Dugan, Fr. .. Jackie Dukes, Sr. .. Rea Dunivan, Fr. .. Evelyn Dunlop, So. Elizabeth Dunn, Fr. .. Douglas Durst, Fr. Tommy Durst, Fr. .. Bob Dusek, Jr, .. Calvin Dusek, Fr. .. Jimmy Dyer, Sr. .. Richard Dyer, So. ,. Tommy Dyess, So. Herbert Eades, Jr. . Thomas Eades, Fr. .. Beverly Eagan, Fr. Stephen Easley, Sr. .. Connie Easterwood, jr. Michael Easterwood, Sr. . Mike Echols, Fr. .... . Robert Echardt, Fr. .. Margie Edgerton, Jr, . Margo Edwards, Fr. . . . ..... Ozona . . . .San Angelo .........Lohn .....Lohn . . . .San Angelo . . . ...... Slaton . . . .Garden City . . . .San Angelo . . . .Comanche . . . .San Angelo ........EderL .McCamey . . . .Paint Rock . . . . .Ballinger ............Waco ........San Angelo Fredericksburg . . , . . .San Angelo ........Rowena .. . . ..Rowena .........Roscoe . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo .. . .San Angelo . . . .McCamey ....San Angelo ........Brady ......Brady . . . . . .Christoval . . . .San Angelo .......0zona ..........Wall Roylynn Edwards, Fr. .. .... San Angelo 1984 1 of 1, i XX Daz- , I .E 1 5 '33 ' as ft l -7-1 ' B f wil ir lk V. A 'ft' D .tx Q I 1 - if , 'QV ii" ' 0:3 ' in 9' , g ff- ,fm , .. A - N .25 I - Q? ' ' 4 1 j fa 5: 1.4 +4 xx :Qs -mi T ' s l, S , ,, at ? t if Am ,. 4- t 1- V Q . ang df! cl . s i J 1 an ll 45? 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Nestor Elorreaga, Fr. .. ..... Rotan . . . . .San Angelo .....San Angelo . . . ..San Angelo ........Mason .......San Saba . ....San Angelo ..San Angelo ......Lima, Peru Richard Emanuel, Fr. . .. ..... San Angelo Theresa Emmert So. ......Winters Deborah Enderby, Fr. ......San Angelo Mari Engelke, So. .. Maril n En land r y g , J. .. Karen Engle, Fr. Susan Englert, Jr. . Delma Ensor, Fr. . . Elaine Ervin, Fr. . . Debra Erwin, Fr. ..... . Sarah Escalona, Fr. Edward Escamilla, S Ida Escobedo, Fr. .. .lohn Escue, Fr. Lelah Estes, Fr. . . . . Robert Eubank, Sr. . . . . . . . . .San Angelo . . . .Brookshire . . . . .San Angelo .....Winters ..........Bronte ............Crane . . . . .Colorado City . . . . .San Angelo r. . . .... San Antonio . . . ........ Stamford . . . . .San Angelo . . . .Sterling City . . . . .San Angelo Frances Eubanks, So. .. ........ Bronte Stevan Eustis, Fr. ..... Evelyn Evans, Fr. .. Mary Evans, fr. Sue Evans, Fr. .. Cynthia Everhart, Fr. Mary Evridge, So. . . . . . .San Angelo . . . . . .Sheffield . . . .Big Spring .......Crane .......Lamesa ..........Brady Sharon Ewald, Fr. ...... ..... S an Angelo Constance Falkner, Sr Becky Fanning, So. . Jane Fargo, Jr. .... . . ..... San Angelo . . . . . . .Abilene Edison, New Jersey Beverly Farley, Jr. ............... Sanderson Larry Faught, Fr. .. Ronald Faught, Fr. . Diana Fawcett, Fr. .. . ......... San Angelo .........Doss .....San Angelo 25 252 As part of their traditional welcome Us OC' to freshmen each year, Lambda Chi Alpha sells beanies durin - J ai , U. H," ' f X 1' ' l I3 lit, as 4 I i at l. - J i 03. 'vit 1 X Q Q 1,5 b.: QT: , l T K " rv 5 Q ,X X ' . ' . A o F "4 '55 i 653 2 1 -V ., 4 G- i ' 'F W 7 -Tx F I . X j .ki 5 A X., Nl J' J, Atl, xf, W V X lv xg, is ' 8 5 we .mf g fall registration. Gary Feist, So. ...... ...... M idland Ruth Feller, Fr. Richard Fergeson, Fr Barbara Fickling, fr. ........Hou,ston . . . ..... Brownwood . . . .... San Angelo Douglas Field, Fr. .... San Angelo Vance Fields, Fr. . . . Robert Finch, Fr. .. Leona Fincher, So. . . Nelda Fischer, Jr. .. Anna Fishel, Fr. Danny Fisher, Fr. . Suzanne Fisher, Fr. . Richard Fiveash, So. Vallie Flemming, So. George Fletcher, Fr. . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo Water Valley .. . . . .... . .Mereza . . . .San Angelo . . ..... Brownwood . . . ..... Big Spring . . . ..... Paint Rock . . ........ Brady ......Pecos Edward Flores, So. .... ..... S an Angelo Joseph Flores, Fr. . Julia Flores, So. Mary Lou Flores, Fr Charles Floyd, So. .. . . ..... San Angelo .....San Angelo . . . . ..... San Angelo .....San Angelo Carol Flury, So. Janet Fluth, Fr. . Lyndon Fly, Sr. . Herrell Flynt, Jr. Linda Folz, jr. .. David Fondersmith, fr. .. Billy Ford, Fr. .. Charles Ford, So. Terry Ford, So. .. Jerry Forester, So. Jesse Forester, So. Philip F oster, Fr. Sherrilynn Foster ....... Walton Foster, Fr. .... . Jamie Fox, Jr. ..... . .. . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo , .... San Angelo' ....Laurel, Md. ..........Suclan .....San Angelo .....San Angelo ....Ft. Worth ...........Rogers .......San Angelo . C harlottesville, V a. .......San Angelo . . .. .. .. .Ballinger 1,0 1 Ei W Q A . 'ir f 73 .J JJ! The science labs provide practical application of knowledge gathered in the class room. if P -W .ff 4 .-,Wi J, .X . , . I - AAI' -.-.-5, . , .. 'sic it J-if ,nn ff .,. - , . A .. il I 1 -..,'v -I we ., -xl f X 4 - ,ew 3 x PN Cindy Crawford and g. r ,, . , if-.1-fi-. 2, 'A-'+V fn wi ,0- .gf 11. vf, 1 J' 49 J- i lllskgx A G' C X 'f' Wi N . :CN 1 Mas. . ...N-4 L ia ,il . N Jerome Franke, Fr. . . . . . . . . .Rowena Wayne Franke, So. . Glen Franken, Jr. . Jim Franklin, So. .. Nancy Fraser, Jr. . .San Angelo .San Angelo .San Angelo .San Angelo Bonnie Frazier, Sr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Eola Ronnie Free, Fr. .. Barbara Freeman, So George Freeman, Sr. Georgia Freeman, Fr. . . . . . Marion French, Fr. Tony Frerich, Fr. . Charles Frey, Fr. Jeanette Fritz, Fr. . Cynthia Fry, So. . . . . .Judy Campbell, Pi Kappa Alpha Pikettes, escort "Snoopy", the winning float, during the homecoming parade. 'ezr 3 '-'4, J 4 'J 5. . r gg 'Tgsl i'.' . X f it .fl xg r 5 . 'I t, A. .' . .ff 1 .i' 'wa vu" r-'3'.: 1-A, ' f 5' '5 Ui 1' ' 7 .........Eldorazlo San Antonio . . . .Midland .San Angela .Paint Rock .San Angelo . . . . . .Rowena . . . . .Harper . . . .Del Rio .,I' -x ,132 If X Xi. .,. 5. 2 if 1 1 ik l il .4 .1 it if ig. Daily workouts help boost the Ram football team to a winning season. Richard Fry, So. .. . . . . .Des Moines, Iowa Dennis Fuchs, Sr. .... . .............. Wall Freddy Fuchs, fr. . . . ...... ..... . . Wall Glenda Fuchs, So. .... ..... R owena Ralph Fuchs, Fr. .... ...... W all Olivia Fuentes, Fr. .. ........ Bronte Karen Fulgim, So. . . ..... San Angelo Larry Gabler, Sr. ...... Roscoe Kenneth Gage, So. . Linda Gage, So. Adelita Galindo, Fr. Manuel Galindo, Fr. Brenda Gallemore, Fr. .... . . . Melodye Gann, Fr. . Albert Garcia, Fr. .. Gloria Garcia, Jr. . Julia Garcia, So. .. Leonor Garcia, Fr. Maria Garcia Fr. .. . . .Lubbock . . . . .Iraan ......Miles San Angelo .Ft. Stockton . .Arlington San Angelo Garden City . ....... McCamey Garden City San Angelo Mario Garcia: Fr. . . .... Del Rio Sabina Garcia, Fr. .. Jack Garrett, Fr. John Garrett, So. .. Rodolfo Garza, Fr. . Johnny Gaston, Fr. . ..... San Angelo . ..... San Angelo ..... San Angelo . . . ........ Wingate . . . ..... San Angelo Mc: ff!! 5 ' -1? ,WM ps., J L A fi V 3 Q 255 Q' c 'yr ' J' l Q, Walter Gaston, Fr. .. .. David Gay, Jr. Ronald Gay, Fr. . Glenda Geeslin, Fr David Gentry, Fr. Jerry George, Fr. John George, Fr. . Pamela George, So Herman Gerber, Fr Clifford Gibson, Fr . .San Angelo . .San Angelo . .San Angelo . .Goldlhwaite . . . . .Mertzon . .San Angelo . . . ......... Big Lake Lebanon, Ind. . .San Angelo . . . . Christoval ' 91. 5 , .wif - .wr . , . . . "- A grit-Q-"4,V ..,w',,'-,gi.'!fg.'ff',g-iff? 2. g v , Y. X -. - ,,, -2 1-"Ffh f.. , -. t , ' N- , VB .A 7, is 1!,,n-Msudh,-JAQ-, swf-,UMVY17'5'Y'-EQQQ'lm-"jv'-'.f'g,.K,m, , I N ' Qs' - 1, A' Q I .V mf 51.5 A - 3?v"xf:,' t-W".g.-Yi5N"P1ig"'2fiQ'::,5j9:b'"2A. x -L ,sax :L '4 11 - - X 1 ,. A , - ,AH ,-. ,Mxyfl .A 0 , .,u,'. .Q . . ' A v2ri....-thaw-,,-.3iSQi'5.fxefs',.s:+1 ' ---I:.f---at t at . Participating in homecoming activities, the sophomore class presents its own version ofa float for the parade. Joe Gibson, Sr. .... .... . Terry Gideon, Fr. . . . . . , . Ernest Gill, So. . . . . . . . . Mary Gill, Sr. .... .... . Kent Givens, So. .. Cecil Gladden, So. George Glaeser, Fr. Burnell Glass, So. James Glasscock, Ir. . . . . . . Alan Gleason, Fr. San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo . . . . . .Iraan San Angelo . . . ........ Rowena .San Angelo . . . .Albany .. ,,t, A! 1 " 43? rt me so vs- 3 ffl? git, i f 'Q M' rw, X ..-A-.9 ,Q . Y A rr , ,f X 'wg 31 . 5 D: lA. S fa at Q Q i ffl 1 A Am 2 ,?,,,. In , M, , S N . ,, , :JL eo- Ns 2: X W, B.. TS' fs TN " fi I, f 'A ' I K ,, X V ,qv X f 'N in Y ,-at I , -f-5 R .s 'xr Q3 -bi Q? IH 9 Q , 'A' 'Sa' 1 ' -A . S' A . TY ,. ' If fqwwfr F' 11' ff 1 U 4 Z. f ffif 4 .u' S? If so La , Y , f , f r 1 V va 'Y .. U 1, AY XX I a ll X p ., v f m vf Q Q xx 1 f 9 C v r " 5 . iv' b..7sn .1 Eddie Glenn, Sr. . . .lanis Glenn, So. . . .. Guy Glimp, Fr. Mar Godbold Fr y , . .. Lewis Godwin, Sr. .......Bronte . . . .San Angelo .. . .... Bronte .. . .San Angelo .......0dessa Paul Godwin, Sr. . .. ..... McCamey Sherrie Godwin, Sr. .. ..... McCamey Gary Goetz, Jr. ..... ..... B allinger Tony Gomez, Fr. .... . . . . .lesusita Gonzales, Fr. Jimmie Gonzales, Fr. . .. Martha Gonzales, So. . ,. Sammy Gonzales, Fr. . .. Bernice Gonzalez, Jr. Patty Goodman, Fr. Paul Goodness, Sr. .. Mary Goodwin, Fr. . Nanette Gordano, Fr. Kelly Gordon, Fr. .... .. David Gossett, Fr. .. .lonnie Goswick, So. . Carel Gotcher, Fr. .... .. Jackie Gotcher, So. ..... .. Eddie Gottschalk, S0 David Gould, Sr. ...... .. David Graf, Fr. Laura Graf, So. Sarah Grafa, So. .... .. Bobby Graham, Fr. . . . ... . Gwendola Graham, Fr. .. . . Amador Granado, Fr. .. . . .Sweetwater . . .San Angelo ...San Angelo .. .San Angelo .. .San Angelo . . ...... Sanderson . . . ..... Big Spring Palmyra, N.Y. ......Midland .. .San .-lngelo . . .San Angelo .. .San Angelo ...Big Spring .. .San Angelo . . .San Angelo . . ...Ballinger ...San Angelo ......Del Rio ......Del Rio ...San Angelo .Colorado Cily ......Midland ... . .McCamey Rosalind Grantham, Fr. .. ....... Abilene Deborah Graves, So. .. Barbara Gray, Sr. .. Murray Gray, Fr. . Sheron Gray, Fr. .. David Green, lr. .. Floyd Green, So. . . .. Kathryn Green, Fr. . . . . . . Patsy Green, Sr. .. ...San Angelo ...San Angelo ..Ft. Stockton ..............lra ...San Angelo . . . .Lovington, N.M. . ....Big Lake . . ....... Miles 257 Xia . . .Christoval Odessa . . . .Quanah . . . .Quanah Sharon Green, So. . Wyvone Green, Fr. Ann Greening, Fr. ..... Michael Greening, Jr. .. Dalton Greenwood, Jr. . .San Angelo jk, I ...Sheffield San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo Margaret Greer, So. Garland Gregg, So. . Kyle Gregg, So. Doris Gregston, Fr. fi' X y i s leo John Gregston, So. ..... Robert Lee ' 2 Catherine Grief, Fr. .. ..... San Angelo Kathryn Griffin, Fr. .. ........ Marfa Albert Grigson, Fr. .. ..... San Angelo Mavis Grissom, So. . .......... Crane Carl Groat, Fr. ..... San Angelo "1 .N:.., ,1'i ::i i I .a 'X San Angelo r -' ,. Y' Charles Grosshans, Fr. .. .. . . . ' ,qs Diana Gully, So. ..... ....... R owena Jerome Gully, Fr. . . ..... Rowena Sandra Gully, fr. . ..... Rowena Donna Gunter, lr. .. .... Rogers The victory bell, which is transported to Ram rallies and games, is kept in the informal lobby of the girls' high-rise. ,QF Niue, rex-'QR - g X .X G X lv ta QF, Q fu Us .,.1fH'l,r mam, VA 51:1 :F - if 1' ,JI l 'S H... -'Q- . .aa s - QI3.....h9"'- 4 N A 1 J-aww-.W-A ,V ,M L:-xx., ir ,. .Mdnn-lbs Nancy Kidd makes use of the Porter Henderson Library as a place for study. fs. Johnny Gurley, So. .... ........ P ecos "' 4 'q S Cheryl Gustafson, Sr. .. ........ Abilene - - ' Arnoldo Gutierrez, So. ..... San Angelo if '. ' - Dora Gutierrez, So. .... ..... S an Angelo Modesto Gutierrez, Ir. .. ..... San Angelo is K. '. W Robert Gutierrez, So. .. ..... San Angelo , -2 fir Of' Mark Guy, Sr, ...... ..... S an Angelo , Nancy Guy, Fr. ..... .,..... A bilene e Richard Gwyn, So. . .... Texarkana Gregg Hagelstein, So. ..... San Angelo l rf J at 5 Dewayne Hahn, So. ..... San Angelo 3 an-Q, 5 Linda Hahn, So. ...... ..... S an Angelo " Margaret Hahn, So. .. .......... Mason My 1 A Deborah Hail, Fr. .. ..... San Angelo ' Sherry Hair, So. ..... San Angelo A E G 'gg H ,7 David Haire, Fr. ..... San Angelo ', ' Z , ff Norma Halbert, Ir. ...... Eldorado - - 3 ' Marcus Hale, So. .... ......... C hristoval V VV .- "" Michael Hale, Fr. ........ ....Eldorado X V , . S1 y ff John Haley, Fr. Lebanon, Tenn. f . . 1 9 ' 259 X X Q.-F-f . u K 2 N ' 3: - X A if X .. -.., ,, . . . ,G , , - As part of homeco - as 4. in 4 9 913. H -Q I ,.,, rvrvg, ,J . I, -J' , h 'S T N41 A .nfl . MSW W Jfbxi . Y I .5 MA, ffwfw ' Y " ,- ws' ' -Q Y-,Q :.. X ,H ' A ' Sf' ,ps 1, 'M ,-X ming week activities, the Student Association-faculty football game draws spectators of all ages. 12'-FHS. ' -9 S AV V. -Y , V -A , ,. V: igk K lx M -,, . 2533, a H' ' if. N H J 1 , dy I ,L-'f' , ,Ax , , I mx J , Q ...4 W if .4 . 7 ' r .ug-1. fi :RV ag, 135 4707 -,xx X. .Ax X k 3 K ' l. X f fx A ,. A QQ A i I, K S 0. "3 fm r 'T' l ' ,i K ,g I K .. x i!! M 1 fe, . Q-:ff ,.. ,. is A X S N Q 'Nfl Bobby Halfmann, So. Charles Halfmann, So. Diane Halfmann, Fr. Gary Halfmann, Sr. ..... . . . . Janelle Halfmann, So Janice Halfmann, Jr. .lo Halfmann, Fr. Joyce Halfmann, Jr. . June Halfmann, fr. Marsha Halfmann, Fr. Roland Halfmann, Fr. ...... . Ruth Halfmann, Fr. . Sharon Halfmann, Fr. Sherry Halfmann, Fr. Steven Halfmann, Fr. Wanda Halfmann, So. .......Wall .San Angelo . . . .Rowena .San Angelo . . . . ......... Olfen . . . . . .Eola . . . .Rowena . . . .Rowena . . . . . . .Eola .San Angelo . Garden City .......Wall ....Rowena . . . ..... San Angelo ....Rowena .......Wall Bonnie Hall, Fr. ..... ...... M cAllen Deryl Hall, So. .... . James Hall, Fr. .. Marvin Hall, Sr. .. .Big Spring . . . . .Snyder .Big Spring Patricia Hall, Fr. Randy Hall, Fr. Susan Hall, Fr. Debra Halley, Fr. Jackie Halley, fr. Charles Hamilton, San Angelo . . . . . .Robert Lee . . . .Abilene . .Big Lake . .Big Lake Fr. . . ........... Crane David Hamilton, Fr. .lim Hamilton, Jr. .lack Hampton, Fr. .ludy Hampton, Sr. San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo - Q. -1 as A A A 3, t , . if-.IVY - -1 Q. 1 'f " n , s , ips' ,e . ' - I' in , gg 2 A Jo? s , A . M N is xg, r' .1 i , t ,L E f - .: f -.1 J . AW, , 9, A S 4 i ' ' x . A-X l ,9 A ft G if Early in the fall semester, Delta Sigma Pi, business fraternity, sponsors a street dance held south of the girls' High Rise. ww it xx,-1, xr N., w,,.. ' ' S Kg' ' T5 .Q te,' W e' 5 -l -fl as ',i' To ii .K -,.. V ., 2 s . t -FG! - K3 . 'W'-N. 5 3 1 Q "Sim s 2 Richard Hansen, Fr. .... Midland Rebecca Hanson, fr .... Crane Richard Hanson, Fr ...... Crane Sandra Hanson, So. ..... Snyder Meredith Hard, Sr. ..... Kermit Paula Hardy, lr. ..... .... G arden City Connie Hargrove, lr. David Hargrove, So. Ramona Hargus, So. Willene Harlan, So. David Harlow, So. Linda Harp, So. .. Norris Harp, Fr. .. Cary Harper, Fr. .. .... ....Rotan . .... ....Rotan . . . .... Ft. Stockton . . ..... San Angelo .. ..... San Angelo .. . . .Big Spring , . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo Morris Harper, Fr. . . . ..... Harper David Harrell, Fr. . . . ..... Ballinger Deborah Harris, Fr. . ......... Eden Jackie Harris, Fr. . . ..... Eldorado Judy Harris, Fr. Marylou Harris, Fr. . . ...San Angelo . . ........ Bangs 4 X r 5 we ' ar! f'f? X , l i ' ,rn-im 44 1 0- ns I .1 ,K Y i . ' " ,P Q y x -so if Q. . i -. F n il't l 'xref if r A, 2 .E A" I . ,Q- f 1 3 H 3' -sv , X ' 5 Q We ff- ' av- r A 1 V11 Q rf' t I p X - 1 ' - ""f5 , Q. 3 I FZ? XM' ldv I ' 1. , r Donald Lowery, Randy Thomas, and Jim Bean of Pi Kappa Alpha stop Lambda Chi's Bill Crouch as they post a 26-20 intramurals win. 'N awww X ,X X X -i Ng, Y 5 -. .N wx , ,Q 1 in ik W x V .- ..,, ,gg is M, if me 'ie Q--if ass.-ri if? aww... Vis xv: ,X ww. -N 4. 9 .3--yy Y, .. for -- 5 , A psf " ,uf M A - gow V., -"' I i dw x ' ' f r Q i X S X Y , 3 i N f K .- .. g ,f W, Q 'f M .npr xg is Y "" X A 5 iii. s .., - M ,.. ,H 1 : A , , ., I 0, fgf ' .. V . " -, "1 . 'ig ' f -.V ffs ' " . ' ' N. -I ' A ' 1 ,Q Barrelling through a paper sign marked the beginning of the ASU-Tarleton game, 1' MQ '35 a 4 . AA S l . I 3' .1 . V 7? M y ' 1 A Q t ii Qwx " ff' if . A, J - . ' -ff? 9 ,Q '73 " , in dv 3 1 Q C -A ff ....4" V l l 2 L X HHH V' 'rl q,' lilly si 1 F10 K "2 - aww... which the Rams won by a score of 40-14. Rachel Harris, Fr. .... Richard Harris, Fr. .. Sandra Harris, Sr. . . . Sarah Harris, Fr. Sharon Harris, So. Arthurl n Harrison, Sr. .. .. Y David Harrison, So. . Ronald Harrison, Sr. . . Marian Harriss, Fr. ..... .. . Cynthia Harrod, Fr. .... . . William Hart, Sr. Condry Hartman, Fr. Doyn Hartman, Fr, . Doug Harvey, Fr. Tommye Harwell, Ir. . .San Angelo . . . . . . . .Eldorado .......Slaton Colorado Cily . .San Angelo . .San Angelo . .San Angelo . .San Angelo .Brownwood . . . .Monahans . . .Brownwood . . .San Angelo Sweetwater . .Ft. Stockton . . .San Angelo kiw- ,glfx ,, gj ,A- Jk rex If QQW Hx. . .,.. N1-sv v- ig., A . . at -Jig, "mais, vvfliiiskr ' Qfbitg. - x 5 35'-H H . ,. , 'A , , ,. . 2-, ' '-. Q, Tr, -55,1 A A if ff 'P a, 'vw Q. 'N '- ww ' , -x, :K ' 5. '11, ' - 'fa .. 1 -- , .M v Paul Harzke, Jr. . . . Jerry Hatley, Fr. . . . Janeen Haun, So. . . . . . . ..... San Angelo Maurice Havlak, Jr. . Sandra Havlak, So. .. Margaret Hawkins, Fr. . . . . . Martha Hawkins, Fr. Ben Hawley, Fr. ..... .. Tommy Haynes, Fr. .... . Garland Haynes, So. James Haynes, So. . Sheila Haynes, Sr. . Milton Head, Jr. .. Jack Hearn, Sr. Jack Hedrick, Fr. . . Gary Heflin, So. Marilyn Heinze, Jr. . Deborah Helmers, So. Owen Helms, Fr. ..... . Aubrey Henderson, Fr Brenda Henderson, ,Ir Charles Henderson, Jr. .. .. Janet Henderson, fr. . .. .. Perry Henderson, So. . . . . . ......Eldorado William Henderson, So. . . . . . ...... Big Spring Mary Hendrix, Fr. .... . . Sam Henderson, Sr. Cecil Hendricks, Jr. Vallene Hendrix, So. Larry Henke, Ir. .. Eileen Henness Fr Y, - Erle Henry, Fr. .... .. Connie Henson, So. . . . . . Jennifer Henson, So. Kim Henson, Fr. . .. Robert Henson, Fr. Delia Hernandez, Fr. .loe Hernandez, Jr. . ........Brady . .... Seminole .......Snyder .........Wall 1 . . .San Angelo . . .San Angelo . . .San Angelo . . . . .Big Lake .......Brady .....Eden .......Eden .......Snyder James Hazel, So. . . . Brenda Head, fr. . . . . . . . . . .San Angelo ........Rotan .......Sonora Corpus Christi .. .San Angelo ......... 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W " A ,. ,.-Q.,,,,4g3,,lMtX...-.., -N .. 3 On the sidelines during the ASUSA-faculty football game, Gilbert Ornelas awaits his call into the game. i , i Q Q" ,, ,. ,Q i..i 1 , 'Gig Q R '-,1 xi, Q fi ,f t ., i aa , , ai Q x W " 1 x V J' ff , .. paw . f if 1 Q V - i as if 4- A ,, -3 3 ..,,? , 'W Q li. , r .V X . i it K n X . 1 . it f , .I VV v if F 0 I' .. 2 ., 4 " ' i ' Q- N. . ,., ff 0 if , . "' . fe ii M I I 1 t V Q- - 1 ' fr M 'Mx ' 3 r A , ' , -' 1 i lim-. -1+ V- --1:. ,xg ."1 . Y., 4x'f-wif. f ,- . W , Paul Hill, Fr. . Terry Hill, Sr. . Willie Hill, Jr. .. Jacky Hinds, Fr. . Max Hinds, fr. Claudia Hipp, Fr. .. Terry Hitch, jr. Donna Hite, Fr. Marie Hobbs, Fr. ..., . . . N ,Na -'N 'at , dim .........San Angelo ..............Dimmitt Junction City, Ark. . .San Angelo . .San Angelo . .San Angelo Throckmorzon . .San Angelo . . . . .Midland David Hoelscher, Fr. .. .... Garden City Linda Hoelscher, So. .... . . . . .Paint Rock Patricia Hoelscher, Fr. . .. ........ Ballinger Patti Hoerres, Fr. . . . . . .. Larry Hoff, Fr. .. . . Tommy Hogue, Fr. . .San Angelo . . . . . .Abilene . . .Brownfield Alan Hohensee, Fr Jerry Hohensee, Fr Anna Holder, Sr. Jon Holdren, Fr. . Frank Holik, Fr. . At the Homecomm game the crowd responds woclferously to Prlde 69s 4014 trounce over the Tarleton State Texans. San Angelo . . . . . .Miles . . . . Winters . . ..... Snyder .....Wall ,Z X f H fy, r .J V X ,f ff 'dw X k .- RTE? A 711- Q M 58 F ., I 'lv ' il 9' A. - .L s x V N .1 Nz .- ll if ,,' 3 f X ' 5 'l f fi Qi' , J, f ,y u 5 ii, E , 'Q il 1 Q fav rl 'fa Q I 40' I W ,-5, Franklin Holik, Sr. .. Walter Holik, Fr. .......W'all ........Miles Jerry Holland, Fr. . .. .... San Angelo Scott Holland, Fr. .. ........ Marla Tony Holland, Fr. .. ..... Bronte Larry Holliday, Fr. ...., Amarillo Thomas Hollis, Fr. . ..... Snyder Samuel Hollmig, Fr. . . ...... Marathon Zella Holmes, Fr. .. .... ..... S an Angelo Barbara Holtman, Jr. ...... Rowena Cherry Hood, Sr. . .. ........ Midland Michael Hooker, So. Chris Hooten, Sr. James Hooten, fr. .. Virginia Hooten, So. David Horton, Jr. . . Michael Hoskins, Fr. . Sharon Houck, Fr. Drenda Houston, jr. Pamela Houston, Sr. .. .Robert Lee William Hood, Sr. .... .. . . ..... Big Lake ...Mason . .. .Del Rio .......Mason . .... San Angelo . .... San Angelo Fort Stockton . . . .... Paint Rock . . . ..... Paint Rock Jerry Hovorak, So. ..... Paint Rock Brenda Howard, Sr. .. ..... San Angelo Gary Howell, Fr. .. ......... Spur Larry Hower, fr. .. ...... Dallas Edna Hubbard, So. ....... Ballinger .lalinda Hubbard, Fr. . . ..... San A ngelo Renette Hubble, Fr. ..... Hereford Shirley Hubble, So. .. ..... Eldorado Stella Hubble, So. ..... Eldorado Donald Huchton, Fr. .... San Angelo Joseph Huchton, Fr. .... .... S an Angelo Randy Huddleston, Fr. ............ Andrews David Hudson, Fr. ...... . Dow Hudson, lr. .. Frank Hudson, Fr. . . . . Laura Hudson, lr. .... . . . . Susan Hudson, So. .... . . Barbara Huebner, Fr. Billy Huey, Fr. ...... .. . Cheyenne, Wyo. . .Goldthwaite . .San Angelo Colorado City . .Fort Worth . .San Angelo . .San Angelo P' 'vi Lv ms .- '.-! -H ef Q 7' N at new 4 1 X 14 11, ,rip be 'ite , .4 . . K, .,, , .-V, A 4 X , cm - .5 I 'T' 4l A ' -C-' -f-'Q v ,nan A p 1 'X . 'ft x-sfffx i A Janice Huff, Jr. .. . Jo Huffman, Fr. . . . . Mary Huffman, So. . . Danny Hughes, Fr. . . Evelyn Hughes, So. . . . .......Midland . . . . . .Monahans .........Brady ....San Angelo ........Baird James R. Hughes, Sr. ............... Rotan Lloyd Hughes, Sr. ....... . ..........Baird Cheryl Hughey, Fr. .... Carlsbad, New Mexico Gregory Huling, So. ...... . Iames Huling, Ir. ........ . Cynthia Humphrey, Fr. ... .Sant Angelo . . . .San Angelo ........San Angelo .lane Humphrey, Jr. ...... ..... S an Angela .lean Humphrey, Jr. .... ..... S an Angelo Cary Humphreys, Fr. Roger Humphreys, So. Lauretta Hurt, So. .. 1 V in i f" ' . ,Q 5 f ' . X 'A M -'... , , I I ' 15 ,gf - ' A .qt "' . ft ' wif" jg ' " I' e e , ,.,, , dp 1 '- ' K if- - .. K mf Qxiixf. 1 X 4 1' .af-:-1. f!':':':-is Y K ' V Q .f3323:?:5?i The lobby of the Women's High-Rise dorm provides a relaxing atmosphere for ASU coeds and their dates. ......Del Rio . . . . .Comstock . . . . .Brownwood Michael Humphries, Fr. .. Joseph Hunter, Sr. .... .......... M idland Joseph Hurst, So. ....... . Wanda L. Hurst, Sr. ...... San Angelo . M osheim, Tenn. . . . . . .Monahans s Q5 S Q f ' 1. My i K till 4 . i .af f - ,.1 xx is K Af , ..-mf If 45" ,Ina-0'4" , 5 2 l"" J' s. '71 -.' vm., - X C' N' I Ewgsfq 'S t 955357- 'bm . 1 "s-s-.- . ...... .linear .7 .mu . k " e "fqt-9125? 4 iz? K.Tf:xs:z: 'YStNiXNQ92'f3i5ff-3 bW?'l N- 3. 1:33325 Qggzig . - tr1Q:gQ'- -35,j.." - ,lr I Q3 5, gv 'Qt K X Dennis Hutchenson, Fr. . Thompson Hutchinson, So Janina Inman, Jr. .... . Valtin Inman, Jr. ..... . Billy Irby, Fr. Morris Isabel, So. . Janice Isbell, Fr. Mary Isbell, So. Juanita Ivey, Sr. .. Roy Ivey, So. .. Jana Ivy, Fr. ..... . William Ivy, fr. . . Betty Jackson, So. . . Billy Jackson, Fr. . . . Carolyn Jackson, Fr. . . V , - -r 'Q ju' MQ' .,- ' f n,,V f . - ...QS f c 3' -,g.:-:- .kr -, I ..........Wolforth .San Angelo . ....... Sweetwater ........Llano San Angelo San Angelo . . . .Haskell . . . .Haskell .Robert Lee .Robert Lee .Sweetwater . San Angelo . . . .Menard .San Angelo . . . . .Lamesa I N Homecoming activities include primping and pacing. fl ity A t , 1 I I1 0 E vi f , , H if fl - ., e - .fa 4-P N745 X. X fy? 5 ' ' In -X xx f' X 'I l l I ' . . ,Z -.-.' I' I ' 3 13 'J bi "' 'Q' 'Q I' ' ,I ' Q tl H lx: K ' tr X IA , ll I 7 I-t g-il :ll , alll .3 A .' fx 'T .t .., .1 M.,-0' 2, 2' "" gf! ft , L ,. C at 9 1 272 U' :,,,. 'z M45 . Je-f3'H,'v .ev -ef -?3,,,'w 5 ix- 'ffl 'YZ 'Nm ff Q . I.. sf? QF? Ulf is . , . f 1 .Jr W ' .4 '51 C -If ' ti? " " .ke .. , ' 'fifvwxswiaa-.'a,.-f , I D- I, 'jf' ir!! . 4, no X., -,, ,. 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V. ...V.,.,. ,-...,.., QQ f SQ , if - b J z,,,:h 1'1.'5.,fL'i ' -:DY--w 'R 1 . ,V A , J .T 1 , 5 J X 1 .r F , 5 .Zi ii 'f v" f . . lt: A .A " 1' l I . X 1 , 1 XX. . "J l . wr L I , l fl " : J "': Joe Jennings, Fr. .. Sharon Jenson, Fr. Carroll Jernigan, Fr Roger Jeschke, So. Ismeal Jimenez, So. . . Joe Johanson, Sr. .. Joanna Johns, So. . Carolyn Johnson, Fr. Cordell Johnson, Fr. Donald Johnson, So. Genelle Johnson, fr. . . . . . . . Glenn Johnson, Fr. . Henry Johnson, Sr. Linda Johnson, Sr. Freddie Johnston, lr Jerry Johnston, Sr. . Venda Jolmston, Sr. Charles Jones, Sr. .. Larry Jones, Fr. .. Linda Jones, Sr. Mary Melinda Jones, Mary Jones, Jr. . .. Mike Jones, fr. .. .. Peggye Jones, Sr. .. Terry Jones, jr. .. San Angelo . . .Midland Goldzhwaile . . . Veribest . . .Imperial . . . . .Brady . . . .Abilene San Angelo San Angelo . . . . .Brady . . .Eldorado San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo . . . ........ Snyder . . .Midland . . .Midland . . . .Nashville, Tenn. .. . . . . . . .Stamford San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo ........Uvalde When current renovations are completed, the student center will benefit from and provide students with more and larger facilities. Debra Jordan, Fr. .. ..........Spur Martha Jordan, So. .. . ..... Big Spring John Joslin, So. .. . .San An elo g Karen Jost, So. ..... ...... R owena Robert Junginger, Jr. . . . . . .San Angelo Bonnie Justice, So. .. .... Madera, Calif. Charles Kahlig, Sr. ............ Miles Joyce Kahlig, Fr. Allen Kaiser, So. Sharon Kaldahl, Fr. . . . Prestidge Kane, So. Ralph Kane, Fr. William Karmany, So Curtis Kasner, Fr. .. Deborah Keeling, fr. . Gene Keeney, Sr. Kenneth Keeney, Fr. . Pamela Keith, Sr. .. Ronnal Keith, Fr. . Alan Kelley, Sr. .. Arthur Kelley, Sr. Karen Kelley, jr. ...............Mzles . . . . . Tonawanda, N.Y. .San Francisco, Calif. . ....... Udessa . . . ...... Big Lake . . . . .... San Angelo . . . .... San Angelo . .... San Angelo . . .... San Angelo . . .... San Angelo . . . . . . .Eastland .. . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo ..............Midland .North Dighton, Mass. Kip Kendall, Fr. ............. Danville, Ill. Lana Kennedy, So. . Kenneth Key, Fr. ...........San Angelo ....Colorado City .ml ' K J f, l - 1,774 ' J' ii ' ' , if , il -5 ff Y -.S 'fr L 5 I me . Q 62 , We . 55 , , I I QXQI I fl. b U . ',,i.. 4' -. W " 55" ii ' Q' . Q QA L' C9 irlhw' 1 " Pr x Q ". - Rx x ...Q .2 N J , 515, X J, X - - ,qs A fl ilfefxtw it Wilson Key, Fr. .... .... S an Angelo , ,, I Lynn Kibler, So. .... .... C omanche ""' 'P N . 4 Nancy Kidd, Sr. ....... .... S an Saba gf t I 5 K l - Michael Kilgore, So. .. ...... Ozona l X 57 i l , r Cletes Killough, Sr. .... Winters l ' -P " vw P xx, J , ls I Ji H I R 5 ,.1"'l ,,a, in it f Nancy Kimbrough, Jr. .. ........ Odessa -' ,Ai , , - r ,un Bernard Kimrey, Fr. .. .... San Angelo ' " fi "' -' 'J-' X 15, A X 49 ii Ronald Kincaid, Fr. . ......... Rolan " - ,A J I , j Katherine King, Fr. .. .... San Angelo , Q '- -"-1' l ' n " tr . .I ' Thomas King, So. .... San Angelo 4 ' J' , ' 1 X v 'Nw ! ,. at Wynona King, Sr. .... ....... S nyder ,, .. . l Lester Kinnard, Fr. .... ......... R oscoe 53? fn -f' S U Jimmy Kinney, Grad. .. ..... Sweetwater . , - John Kinsel, fr. ....... ........... H ouslon V , ' 6 N Q, 7: Sara Kinsey, Grad. ........ k '59 . 0 ...... Crosse Pointe Farms, Mich. f t . -. t ' 'Q 1 ' h t , 4 J J fs.: l, fi r I an ua Ji , 4.1 ,.. ,- or 4 5 J "Q --edge J' X 1 ,. 3 ' 'JN s f: - fe J, 6 L. J- '. '-331 - vi 'Qi " 'JN ' 751 , X. " T ' I 0 .' :S I 'D ' ' ' H " 1 . ,J . 1 If 9 N if I A A ll ii! ' 1' ' 5 .5 . 'D A Q ff - ' 5 40 J f'- - .J J 5 ff In ev' ,f X A N v te fl .-.g '23 7 ., .4 A ' 'K J 15' fl J 1 .1 r ' x -. i , . - f-' Q av 7' ' J C ., J i ff! 1 1' . ,fr-F 4' ' ei X b' r J ' A 5 A -' jf Ji - 7 if K I t . X il- es- . ,A ds ' l"'l5 .75 , Q . Y ,1A- 2 ,f--,Z.,f -fe:-4 Jn' .z - ' ' e f "iam ' f .' J.. A 1. ".,'f',:: ' Ellen Kirby, So. .. . . . .San Angelo Jerry Kirby, fr. ..... ....., L ometa Martha Kirby, Sr. Charles Kirkpatrick, Fr . . ......... Uvalde . ...... Water Valley Michael Kirtley, So. ....... Houston Larry Klattenhoff, Fr. Ronnie Kleppner, So. Dwi ht Klin Jr g g, . .............. San Angelo Richard Knapp, lr. .... . Rita Kniffen, Fr. .. Charlene Knight, Fr. .. Ronnie Knight, Fr. Wallace Knight, Fr. .. Audrey Knox, Sr. .. Cynthia Knox, Fr. .. Marcus Kocich, Fr. .. John Konz, Sr. Shelly Koontz, Fr. .. Cheryl Kopp, Jr. Ava Kothmann, So. .. Judy Kothmann, So. .. Shelih Kraatz, Fr. ...... . Ronnie Krejci, Sr. Roberta Krumbhaar, Ir Donnie Kubala, fr. ,. John Kubinsky, Fr. .. .......... Miles . . .. . ...San Angelo Beverly Hills, Calif. ..............Sonora . . . ...Ballinger . .... San Angelo . . . ...Merkel . ...San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . .... San Angelo . . . . .Marlin .. . .San Angelo .. . .San Angelo .......Brady . .... Mason . ..... Winters ........Roscoe . . .... San Angelo . . . . . .Roscoe . . . . .Bellaire, Ohio Kenneth Kubish, Fr. .... ..... D enver City Daniel Kujawski, So. Jeanette Kujawski, fr. Lawrence Kujawski, Sr. Jeanine Kunkel, So. .. Allen Kuss, Fr. ..... . Leonard Kuss, Fr. Allen Kuykendall, So. Vickey Kuykendall, Fr. Betty Kyser, So. .. Betty LaCo5s, Fr. Belva La Roux, So. .. Harry Lacy, So. .. Lloyd Lacy, Fr. .. ....San Angelo .. .... San Angelo .. .... San Angelo . . . . .Seymour . ..... Hermleigh .....Hermleigh . .. ...... Big Lake . .... Brownwood . ...San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . .... Colorado City . . . .San Angelo . ...Stamford ! -Q s. ,F I fo t A I 5 ' fn w ri of 3 ,A . Q L, 1 r Y- .af f, -4' ,f1l" sv 1 Jr' I , -. J ' 9 ' ,. , S '2- i 4' X 4 Robert Lacy, Fr. . . . . ........Miles Robbie Lafoon, Fr. ......... .Lawn William Lamb, Fr. . Cheryl Lancaster, Fr. Kenneth Landfried, Fr San Angelo San Angelo .......Roscoe Anthony Lange, Sr. .. ..... Norton Dwaine Lange, Fr. . . . ..... Norton Gary Lange, Fr. ..... ...... R owena Marlene Lange, So. .. ......... Norton Mary Lange, Fr. .... San Angelo Lois Ann Crownover uses ingenuity while mixing colors and strokes to create an original during her pictorial composition class. :Sf 1 6 ' XY KN . -L "1 . it 1-'Q-f:.4.g:-Q-5' ' x 'QA SM- 'S Using one of the many Roger Lange, Fr. . . . Susan Lange, So. .... . William Lange, So. . . Paul Lankford, Jr. .... . . . . Estelle Lanning, Fr. . . . , . . . Elias Lara, Sr. . . Sylvia Lara, So. . Charles Larey, Sr. . . . Largent, So. .... ......... A bilene Larry Larimore, J r. .... . . . . David Steven Lalioque, Fr. . William LaRoux, Fr. James Larremore, Fr. . . . . . . Leoma Lasater, Fr. .... . . . . William Lasseter, Fr. . David James Linda James Linda Lassetter, Fr. .. Laster, Jr. Law, So. Lawrence, Fr. . . . . Lawson, So. .. E Q science labs available to students. Mare! YVil:2on and Stacy Mohler bmah up on Garden City Carden City . . . .Rowena .San Angelo .San Angelo .San Angelo Garden City .San Angelo San Angelo .......May .....Snyder .San Angelo .San Angelo . . . .Abilene . . .Stamford . . . . .Snyder . .Monahans . . .Coleman . .Monahans L... M I ig as L. X, we Q .f , ' X V, L. 1, V tj. A I ,f their knowledge of mitomology. ir .-NX il rw- i' " 5 ,, ,qv . I V, t . if Q ' 1 ' .g ' . J .. '25 0 im -' 1 ,e .2 J 1 V f- ' 5 A ,M I' r 3, if 2 L 4 V We 'Sv .-Q- 1 me +V 1 Tatum, AS law' Aximhx N Qs. l s V "-s...i U Ram Bobby Sims peps the crowd at a Ram Rally prior to the A-State-McMurry game where the Rams scored a 22-7 victory. ' , k .r N. xx l 4 W- ,, fl E! XX 'Q' , X Q x 3 iw- " ff' L , N A . 1 1- --' 1 -1 ff UK xx , 'F- I . 5: 4 ii Y . A 'fn si' , X, 5 , 10 45 F, as' C ,y .J A A 2 vcr' J X I Mary Lawson, So. . . . .. Bill Lee, Fr. ..... . Garvin Lee, Fr. . . Jimmy Lee, Sr. . . . Linda Lee, Fr. . .. Sandra Lee, Fr. .. Manzy Leggett, Fr. Arthur Leifeste, Sr. Kurtis Leifeste, Jr. Lynne Leifeste, Sr. Roy Lennefelt, Sr. Linda Lentz, So. Camille Leonard, Fr Reva Letz, Fr. Hugo Levander, Sr. .Sallisaw, Okla. .........Snyder . . . . . . .Garland . . . .Sweetwater . . . .Coleman . . . ...... San Angelo . . . ..... San Angelo . . . .San Angelo ........Mason . . . . .Midland . . . .San Angelo ........Llano . . . . .Monahans . . . . .Old Glory . . . . .Houston Gary Lewallen, So. .... ....... S an Angelo Belinda Lewis, Fr. .. Linda Lewis, Fr. . . . . Marcia Lewis, Fr. . . . .. . . .Ft. Stockton Ft. Collins, Colo. Dale Lewis, Jr. .... .... . . . . .. . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo Margaret Lilly, Fr. .......... Throckmorton David Lindemann, Fr. .......... San Angelo William Linderm an, So. William Lindsey, Fr. . . . . Charles Lipsey, Sr. . .. . . ......... Eola ......0zona .....Cisco 'vi of , . -' 1 gi 'l . :L f , S ": Q " I , A l R s is tsii Si 9 yi 8 Q , 25 .2 , ,lf F 'x H . , Ax , ,J l Xi S 1 l N L xx I X if Q Mary Lissner, Fr. ..... ........ D el Rio 4 'L Elmarine Little, Sr. ................. Austin - ' Anita Lively, Sr. .................... Iraan 0 'J Richard Livensparger, lr. .. .Mansjield, Ohio Roger Lloyd, Jr. .......... Buchannan Dam "M" x -, .V ..1, S -r kgslgtzgzwlg -. I . ..-' , ' fa' - ' Weldon Lloyd, Fr. .. .... Eldorado ' jj," if r, A' Bennie Lock, Sr. . ...,. Hamlin , -3' 'l' ' " , 15" ' 4 gf" Thomas Lock, Jr. ..... Cherokee ' - 5 lx ,il ' Susan Locklear, Jr. ...... Brady gf, V M... 5 -1 if -""'P Michael Loehman, Fr. .. ..... Winters " If - xr' Q3 il ,X f P f f or if ASU offers several courses in physical education including bowling at Stadium and Sherwood lanes for the separate classes. t C' t ., J 4 S I, .1.. slr 2. .7 ,f".I-'--' S Sponsored by the ASUSA. Ray Price and the Cherokee Cowboys perform for Angelo State. San Angelo, and the surrounding area, Mary Loika, Jr. .loe Longoria, Sr. . Filimon Lopez, Sa. .. ......... Valera Raymond Lopez, Fr. .. . Larry Loudam y, Sr Franklin Love, Fr. Pamela Love, Sr. . Ronald Love, So. . Stanford Love, Fr. Betty Low, Fr. . Dana Lowe, So. Pamela Lowe, Fr. . Laura Lowery, Sr. Lee Lowery, jr. .. Tod Lowrie, Fr. .. ...San Angelo .. .San Angelo . . .Millersview ...San Angela . . .San Angelo . . . ..Elf1urad0 . . .San Angelo . ........... Eldorado Fredericksburg ...San Angelo .,....Del Rio ...Qarz .'l7lIOT1l'0 .. .San Angelo ....Ropr'suille ff g L S3 f r ' 'X 2 J... f VW,,,, 41? - 5 " .aw ,Ae- Q Q X ll l 1 , V 5 i PE A lf 'fi M 3' rr . ' P ' jzl ' , L . ' A I fx , ' .- , A Q , , kai sf, , 1, -' f rexl- - sf i .M A .,...N,,gx wg v X gn :NE -'fi Q my X li' ,ak 4 Q , , U: " ' ' ' , - - 1 ' ef, M.. ' W N ' . r 1' P ,, K 'O til - .Ja I K 3 Y .1 , g .1--s . 2, . Q f ff , A-1: ll C' 1 ' Q 0 XF-K F: .A . X - ar S - ni . W f' l ,gf Q 2 if - '34, X , ff ACA -, Q. D . , . y +Q t .. y X . S' . il e '77 . -- ' X X. Y an ,4 ,x as 1 Sl B if Q b. x if f iff , Aff' Davye Loyd, Fr. . . . . Vincent Loyola, So. .. Ray Lozano, Fr. . . .. Katherine Lucas, Jr. .. Manuel Lujan, fr. .. Jimmie Lummus, Sa. . Fonda Lumpkins, Sr. . .San Angelo . . . . .Snyder .San Angelo . . .Big Lake Ft. Stockton .San Angelo .San Angelo Richard Luna, Fr. .... Midland Barbara Lundgren, Fr. .. . .... Menard Truman Lux, Fr. .. ..... Eldorado David Lynch, Fr. ...... ..... S nyder Jimmie Lynch, Fr. .... Midland Douglas McAnally, So. ....... Iraan Dennis McBeth, Sr. .... ........ If 'inters Mary McBride. Fr. .. Water Valley Thomas McBroom, So. .. ..... Robert Lee Jerry McBurnett, jr. . Malcolm McBurnett, jr. .San Angelo .San Angelo Jeffery McCabe, So. ..... Robert Lee Vaughn McCall, Fr. . Larry McCarroll, Jr. .. Danny McCleery. Fr. . ......Rotan ......Brady ......Mas0n Margaret McClement, Jr. . ..... Big Spring William McClung, Fr. . Gary McClure, Fr. ASU students gather around the XGI dart throwing booth as the largest crowd ever enjoys the winter carnival. .San Angelo .. . .Coleman Q 2 Terry McClure, Ir. Donald McCollum, Sr. Trudy McCollum, Fr. . Kathy McCown, So. .. Leslie McCoy, Fr. . Danice McCrohan, Fr. . Tommy McCulloch, So. . Debra McCullough, Fr. Janice McCullough, Fr. Sylvia McCutchen, So. . Thurston McCutchen, Fr Deborah McDaniel, Fr. . Rusty McDaniel, So. . Carol McDonald, Fr. .. Danny McDonald, Fr. Dorothy McDonald, Fr. Elizabeth McDonald, Fr Joe McDonald, Sr. Phillip McDonald, Jr. . William McDonald, Jr. . . . . . . . Thomas McDorman, Fr. Kaye McDougall, Sr. . Robert McElrath, Fr. . . . ..... San Angelo . . ..... San Angelo . .Brownwood .......Miles . . . . .Menard . . ..... San Angelo Wichita Falls .. ........ Midland ...........Midland . . ..... San Angelo . ..... Sonora . . ..... San Angelo .. . . .San Angelo . . ...,. San Angelo .. ..... San Angelo . ............ Mason . ...... Center Point Joan McDonald, Sr. ..... .. .....Winters .. .. ..Snyder . .San Angelo .Ft. Stockton . . . ...Snyder . . ..... San Angelo Terry McDowell, Fr. . . . . . . . . . ..... San Angelo . . . . . .Snyder Under the direction of the Health and Physical Education Department the mtramurals program includes football and other sports if 282 v r 5 . Q .r ff gn Klit,-Qsrvg l..f'x, 1, S. 1-ts aff-ga -I5 N v , 1 W' WW Anticipation by the crowd of action on the field is shared by Dr. Tom Hunter and Mike Ott during the ASU-Tarleton football game. ' Stephen McEIratl1, Sr. .. .... San Angelo V ,gg . 3: Vic Mclilrath, Sr. ..... Coleman 9 pl " i ' Joseph McElwee, So. .. .... San Angelo X: " V . Q J , 4 Empress McFarland, Sr. . .. ..... ..Snyder H 'r , - 4 , "ij, , F Aline McGee, Fr. ...... .... S an Angelo ,R 5 I QA 'b i ' X, unnusurusln- 4 1 6 Gary McGel1ee, Fr. ...... Morgan ' ag A, 57 Randal McGowen, Fr. .. .... San Angelo ' ' I 'Q A K n X l Wayne McGrath, Fr. . . .... San Angelo ' ,' 3 , . .Vgf ' Roy McHugh, So. ...... Abzlene ' ' 3 'HW Wesley Mclnnis, Fr. . ....Menard min at X ' fr Connie Mclntire, So. ., ...... Abilene ' ,., ,v ' - A Donald McKay, So. ......... Crane Q it -1 I, K j Ronnie McKay, So. . . . .. ..San Angelo C 'Q z, 'Q I A 5' Steven McKee, Jr. ..... .... S an Angelo l . ' . ,-J l all ' r , . "" i Ronnie McKeever, So. ...... Merkel Xi., ,nn,. ylwlv-annum ' if charge of animal care, Earl Tyler tends Harry, the Biology Department Mascot. . '7 , 1" ef? S. 1 tjw N 7 x .Q -41 It 5 ,. Q "TV . I' f .f . ii ,ar 'x l ,ll f g 5' ., l X E 3 A ,E g- 'K ,- f Wayne McKenzie, Ir. ' ' in' ' 4 ' Gay McKin1mey, Sr. . ' Q W L Diana McKinney, So. f - -it Drake McKinney, Jr. 1, qx Randall McKinney, Fr . i , 3, e 1 5' ,J -f 'Q Q s ' fr-..' -1 fv' 4? . X Q v ,A ,- 1-,Ip x ' X ,,.. ' M C C or rrr or .1 .f 1-. i . .mil 7 - ' .. -. ,. . . .San Antonia ' .. ..San Angelo .........E0a .........0zona . . . .San Angelo Richard McKinney, Sr. .. ..... San Angelo Ray McKinnon, So. .. . Linda McKneely, Fr. Dale McKown, jr. . .. . Leslie McLaughlin, Sr Sarah McLean, Ir. Inger McManus, fr. .. Mary McMath, Fr. .. Gay McMillan, Sr. Steven McMillon, Fr. . . . . .Big Spring . . . . .Cherokee . . . . . .Austin . . . .Crane ggi S Ir it 52 H l 1 X - 'K l r g, Q. V 'Im km 1 1 5 . 5- . 'p i , 8,3 5.1 a . ,KM C , , 3 we gb r ,Y Q 3 ' milfs, -mf . , X tio , 3 . Q a 8 ff M ' l l . . . . Wichita Falls 1' .....Ft. Worth l .Colorado City Ai ........Mason 'p ......Abilene 5: l : l k 1 1 y . . ...San Angelo William McNatt, Jr. .... . . . Joel McMinn, Fr. . . . . ......Brady Kenneth McPherson, So. ..... Odessa Danny McQueen, Jr. .... . . . .Ballinger Sherry McSherry, Fr. ..... Menard Kerry McSpadden, Jr. .. . Thomas McSwain, So. .. Joe McWhorter, Fr. .......... . Bobby McWilliams, Fr. Karen McWilliams, Sr. Jesse Macias, So. .. Mary Mackey, Fr. . . . . .Odessa . . . . . .Brady F z. Stockton . . . .Junction .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo Barbara Mackin, Fr. .... . . . . .San Angelo Margaret Maddux, So. .............. Dallas Mike Maines, Fr. ..... . . . . . .Colorado City Evangelina Maldonado, Fr. .......... Ozona Teresa Manitzas, Fr. ........... g Omaha, Neb. Donald Mann, Sr. .......... . Jackie Manning, Fr. .. Dianne Manns, Fr. .. Johnnie Manos, So. . Gregory Manship, Fr. . Bill March, So. ..... . James Marecek, Fr. Leticia Marines, Fr. Thomas Marsden, Sr. .. Albert Marsh, fr. .... . Helen Martin, Ir. .. Kevin Martin, Fr. .. Paul Martin, Sr. .. Roy Martin, Fr. .. Gloria Martinez, fr. . Manuel Martinez, Fr. .. Robert Martinez, Jr. .. Billie Mason, Fr. Ray Mason, Sr. . Susan Mason, lr. . Karen Matheny, Fr. Glenda Mathews, So. .. Hubert Mathews, Fr. . . . San An elo San Angelo San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo .. . .Rowena ....Del Rio San Angelo . . . . .Odessa Crystal City San Angelo San Angelo .. . ..San Angelo ........Hobbs . . . .Mertzon . . ...Odessa . . . . .San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo . . . . .Dallas ......Bangs Danny Mathis, Fr. .. Laura Matlock. So. . Larry Matson, So. ....... .. . Edward Matthews. Sr. John Matthews, Fr. Barabara Matthiesen, Sr Judith Matthiesen, Fr. Frank Maxie, Fr. William Maxwell, fr. . Deborah Mayes, Fr. .. ........Crane . . . . .Brownwood . .San Angelo .Pitcairn, Pa. Colorado City . .Paint Rock . .Paint Rock . . . .Big Lake . .San Angelo . . . . .Lubbock Grace Mayfield, Fr. ...... Del Rio Robert Mayfield, Fr. .. .......... Ozona Robert Mayfield, Sr. . Sandra Mayo, Sr. .. . . James Meador, Fr. Judy Meador, Sr. . Ronald Meads, Sr. . . . Natha Mears, Fr. .... . Bobby Medders, Fr. .. Cathleen Menchaca, Sr. Margaret Menchaca, Fr Sylvia Menchaca, Fr. . Sherian Mercer, Jr. .. Russell Merket, Sr. .. Henry Meyer, Sr. . ..San Angelo Colorado City . . . . .Eldorado .. ...Eldorado ..San Angelo .........Post .......Eden . . . .Andrews . . ....... San Angelo .. . ..... San Angelo . ....... San Angelo Colorado City . . . . .San Angelo 2 The ltlaintenanve Department of Angelo State is .W , ,,.,,, , 222:25 ,A 1-' if' 1931 A- in ,. 7, gg t Li .,. " A 'lt Q Q 1 TN Q e n is . 3 T 1? fi A fic fc E .o , 3 l i '37 QQ? fl t 1 161 1 -as , P YQ X ,B y R X X 2 A Q 3. fr M... x responsible for the upkeep of the grounds, buildings, and equipment. .iii- -' '44 gi C i . o. t to l ,. , I t o, . 1 x ' i 286 ,x 'H 'l"tfie1T'2 l N..- .2 ww-w-f wr-7-"W" ' 'Ni Y. V s. m ,. N!! QQ. 1 .,L ,1 " gssf ,lg 5 h J Q 'sa v Decisions are often hard for . K: way N -...,.t.,w, , x Z S4 'u ' Q a -.'-F vm'1'.' .. students as they .1 ,I fl bt X X i 1 choose from the large variety of foode served by the Food Sc-rvicfx Center. , ,Al IQ I! ! 3 4 J 's tal of X . ,4. v- tg' AT' H I ,I ax K f e l' 1 , ,4 rl- f 1 l 'Ur Timothy Mickelson, Fr. Laura Micklethwait, So. Randall Middlebrook, So. Amanda Middleton, fr. .,.. . . Ve. ff . f .ff-it , F 1 -Q w.. 'boar --1. N"'y "' .K Y -t 13642 fri . . ., .Abilene .......Brady .. . . . .Stamford ........0a'essa Robert Middleton, Fr. ..... San Angelo Sheryl Middleton, fr. . Carlos Mijares, jr. .. Juanita Mijares, So. . Gary Mikeska, Jr. .. Joe Milam, Sr. Barbara Miller, Fr. . Candia Miller, Fr. .. Doyle Miller, So. . Kye Miller, So. ..... . Lynda Miller, Fr. . . . . .Lamesa ..Snyder ........Snyder . . . . .San Angelo . . ...San Angelo . . . . . . .Ballinger .. .San Angelo . ...Odessa , . .San Angelo .......Canyon 5. ,L " wa' li 'r rs l , A V. J ' w 1 "' ' -1 JM .2 44 ,FL i - .D ' ..,a, v 'fy . i -Ax j , x J J N f"' 15 1- C 12 -3 . 'x ...B l , Kr. x .fx 1 Wm 13 9. v 'S 'X it . I -b fp K g 7, C, S ,S v.:QfP 1 ,F Lo. A it X! I S' I --v ls. 1'- - fro 4 1 N 4 i 3 .N ' ' .f ' X 1 l . ...t ,gn X 3 N x X lN.MSi . f X 'NM N311 ES Q ,ii 5 ini V-Q, 4. fag: 'H 'S 'M ' gi.. . ' l c .Y L tl! Q ' X Z s W Nancy Miller, Sr. .. Paula Miller, Sr. Sherry Miller, So. . . Tommy Miller, So. . . . Warren Miller, Fr. . . . Teddy Millican, Fr. . Kelly Mims, Ir. ...... . . . . Carolyn Minton, Grad. .San Angelo . . . . .Odessa . . . . . .Plains . . .Big Lake . . .Stamford .Robert Lee .Sweetwater . . .Erie, Pa. Janet Minzenmayer, So. .... . . . . . . .Rowena Eloisa Miranda, Sr. .. John Mitchell, Fr. .. Marsha Mitchell, Sr. ..... . . . . Bahram Moghadam, Fr. . . . . . Tim Mahon, Fr. Karen Mohler, So. .. Stacy Mohler, So. Janice Monroe, Jr. . Lorenzo Monroe, Jr. .. .. Steve Montano, Fr. .. Santiago Montez, Fr. Chris Montgomery, Fr. Barron Moore, Sr. Billy Moore, So. Brenda Moore, So. .. Deborah Moore, Fr. . . . Dorman Moore, Jr. . . . . . . Frances Moore, Jr. .. Fredrick Moore, So. .. Lawrence Moore, Jr. . . Michael Moore, Sr. . Noah Moore, Jr. . Rebecca Moore, Fr. .. Sherry Moore, So. . .. Sherry Moore, Fr. Terry Moore, Fr. . Timothy Moorman, Fr. Dale Moos, So. Caryl Morey, Fr. Aubrey Morgan, lr. . Morris Morgan, Jr. . .San Angelo . San Angelo .Robert Lee .Tehran, Iran .. .... Burnet . San Angelo . ...... Miles . . . .Midland . . .Maryneal .San Angelo .San Angelo .San Angelo . .Balmorhea . . . . .Odessa . . . .function . . . . .Kermit ......Brady .San Angelo .San Angelo .San Angelo . .... Pam pa . . . . .Sonora .Pear Valley .San Angelo . . . .Midland . S weetwaler .San Angelo .San Angelo . . ......... Menard . San Angelo .San Angelo s-iv Q, W lla dug ' n s . R 0 NY I f' ' ., L ' , - . . 1 Y X ... 5 , Q I: 1' yy 4 '- s -'SX 'F A H Y - f -- . f. X-' . ' . fs. E x ,, an - N. V. .- .1 sf .l' x K 5 , . w.z',' 5 X' N ' ' A 05"-'33 . - . tl. , K E, L - 1 A- ,Q sf A-XIX . -'xxivww ,, UQ 'g,e,AA,..,2 , Q Jam rx gf ' -15 ' wig 'uf' ss . X . i 'Q is .V 255,511 rj +WEQ.1N'Y' -- Mfg' , it-3-',.?g"Hm i.l,fq'fRl .pl Y- J -'FN , - , , . .Lili 'E E' F" M' , ASUSA president Carl Dodd sizes up the opposition during the First Annual student-faculty flag football game held on October 26. Dean Young and the faculty's attempt to outmaneuver the students fails, as the final score saw the faculty ten points behind. UU! ' all we Q ll! IF as Wi K :bi K 4 J' I 'F . fy' l u me s e' is - i - V , no .ii- i-ffg in-N , in A. . - . - ,, ,mv 1 'L wi ' ' w I 5 ea- - - 1 Rf k-Z-, . r W Y K ht-f... - - ,,' K , Q, . Ne' i -- -:- 1"",Lw fu ii F . nr it . . t w it . . - :xi ff .. -:wp . 'wg - :W .. W- .rr Vx ' -, ,. so -ik , ry .i J . . , x A as 'r',7 . qw X S , X A-QNX' " s L . 1 f. X s z , -r Nijvyfi .. , N . gag -- x .ve .5 ei . " ' , ' if'j63Q23'iQl'1l'l TN it X' " 'ix x. ,,, gg .- .X ' x 1 . X. Q x 5 - +- 1 ft, ' x V- ,, X - ,xv ' . gkqlisi S. YK ' 1 ' ' . s Q -" 4. , . A . ls ' 'lg Stew: , f' x W 1 -'Btn xy... my ' N- gig A A Y. -if I -.,, fi + x 't . -Q, , . ' . ., if . 'rf-mgs ' W... ' "- ' ix if . a S V. 4' 5. ":vi'W-Q V is - gi' . , Qs I N. W wut 1 V x . A , .f 1 tk' M QNX .f--ss . 'lm' . A a -' ,- ., .1 '- at . We 4 u 'vit ' M- Intramural activities promote a spirit of competition and fair play among the men students of Angelo State University. Q 43 A ta, . I ,X pr S.-mf 5 'QI'- -- -21 .gi ,A " ' . 'r M we r 1 i ' ti, 2.4 . X ' ""j 'X M . - ls . 'J' 1 M l 1.11.5 it :V 1 ' .- .X so as . of ' t 'rf N A , I Q, S V . J lv . l ,qi A x ' i' Q ,...: 'lf fl A , Q ' K' if 47" Y 5 .X 'isiw 3' i v fl If VR I as J J -A s A ' ' -1:24 ", it .-uf' ,Y KK I V. ilii...4i 1. IN William Morgan, Fr. Qstzg . 1 . ..- SR. ' fe. .........Crane Gary Morris, Sr. ..... ..... B ig Spring James Morris, Fr. . . ......... Sonora Norma Morris, Sr. .. .... San Angelo Roy Morris, Sa. ........ Welch Clarence Morrow, Fr. .. .... Millersview Thomas Morrow, Fr. .. . .... San Angelo Lisa Moss, Fr. ...... .... S an Angelo Christine Motl, jr. .. Gary Motl, Fr. .. Joyce Motl, Fr. . . . Carolyn Moya, Fr. . . Olga Moya, Fr. . . , Ellen Mnlter, Fr. . Corine Mund, Sr. . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . .... San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo ...........Rowena Fredericksburg 4 8 Mary Mund, Fr. . Van Mund, So. .. Sally Munn, So. Gary Murphy, Fr. .... Beach, -Calif. Michael Murphy, So. Charles Murray, So. Cornelius Murray, fr. Gary Murray, Fr. . .. Mary Muse, So. . . . . Charles Musta, Fr. Donald Musta, fr. . . . . Charlotte Myers, Jr. Robert Myers, Sr. . . . Charles Nash, Fr. Mary Nava, So. . . Patricia Nava, So. .. Joe Neal, Fr. ..... . Barbara Neeley, Fr. .. Peggy Neill, Jr. Diane Nelson, Fr. .. -a s WF X. .X .ff-N f' .1-. ,XX X ,tx P , E Q Fix 4: .-J N ,,, ,, Qt' Q. ,Af ' yf"x f' ,K . .1 X 4 X r ' bf -X, 1 fl X X W5 7, f-C " . ..........Harper . . .Fredericksburg Water Valley .........Mzdland, . . . . .Christoval . . . . . .Fabens . . . . . .. .Carlsbad . . . . . Goldthwaite . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . . . .Abilene ..........Austin . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . . . .Sultille ........Rolan . . . .San Antonio . . .. . . .Houston Signs reveal the feelings and emotions of ASU students Gary Nelson, Fr. Jeanette Nelson, Fr. . Daniel Nettles, Fr. James Nevins, So. .. Mary Newsom, Fr. .. Teresa Newsom, Fr. . . Yanetta Newton, Fr. . . Sheila Nichols, Fr. . . . . Kenneth Nicholson, Fr. . . Victor Niedzwiecki, Sr. . . Delores Nix, Jr. Linda Noble, Sr. Lydia Nobles, Fr. .. Mary Nobles, So. .. Roger Nobles, So. . Sue Noelke, Sr. .lohn Norman, Sr. Robert Norman, So. . Deloris Norris, Fr. Michael Norris, Sr. .. As one of Gamma Chi's . . . .San Angelo fs M, .......0dessa 'S' ' 4 , . . ...Coleman . . ...San Angelo - , . . . .San Angelo J, Ei, R lp 'K fl I 5, .........A:le . . . . .Lubbock , ........Eden " . . . .San Angelo 1 1 f , . . . .San Angelo 'iq If 1 Q i rt E X 1 l f x .53 5 . . . .San Angelo V , 5 . A . K X sq ......Abilene "X "Y l all 1. . . . . .Mason f ll 1 i 'aa' . ' A , X . . . .Brady - , 5 -1 2' .....Mason l ' ........Iraan 1 l A ,Ni .........Odessa ' d 1 if 1- " "- '- ., . . . .San Angelo 'oi , 1 ' . -, al ,. .........Snyder ' -F Q , . K ....San Angelo 'pal f Y Y 4 4? ,X lx f M J .X K y. QF i numerous activities, sorority pledge Susan Hall unrolls the wares she is required to sell to Gilbert Ornelas We Hffihv , Wlllllllllllllll Ill :lun-M-,,,.,, va,.t.gMn5!H!lU!l!l EEK IIEFKHSQSPPS la'-TWSWSIUIEIBISI III lllllrlfrlnru Qxwgr ,-,t Q Qs. ul N ix' ,a ,V , , I . Q., -1 If, . 'I , l AfQ,ig!',10'5 Q5,4,gu1 r b'0'a9W ' PI 5- E ,ny I Q gf fl 4 -if gf? rj 5 a ,bgoggg ggfi 0'02o9o2ofdg l.O Oqmiifi-ifj-a54f4?i??zsf QOOQ9- - N, - ,. Aft . w x1" ' o,qo,E, Q a A Q . x A fa- K r ' . x f"" i f fa ff' ff of xgr f'!-f"r-2' RQ if A is 1 ff ' R f. Ffff fog ri , Giving an inside view the Baptist Student Unions homecoming float John Srader works toward completing it for the parade. Ronald Norris, fr. . Joy North, Fr. Lydia Nowak, So. . James Nowlin, fr. . Michael Noyd, Fr. . Brenda Nunn, fr. . James 0'Bryan, Fr. Elmer Ocker, So. .. Michael Ocker, jr. . Cynthia Oefinger, Fr Thomas Ogilvy, Sr. David Olivares, jr. E 'l Ol' ' Fr . . . ..... San Angelo Andrews . Angelo R I 0 an San Angelo . . . ...... Big Lake A . . . . . . uslm San Angelo . . . ......... Ballinger . .......... San Angela . .. ........... Odessa . . . ...... San Angelo . . . ...... S An lo mi y ner, . . an ge Reta Oliver, Fr. . ........ ........ H amlin Richard O'Loughlin, Fr. . . . ..... Lubbock Cynthia Olsak, Jr. .. Ronald Olsen, Fr. All Ol Fr. ......San Angelo ' topza . . . . . .San Angelo en son, Darrell O'Neal, Jr. ...... San Angelo Donna O'Neal, Fr. .......Midland 293 Richard O'Quin. Jr. .. Gilbert Ornelas. fr. .. Silverio Ornelas, Fr. .. Emily Orrison. Fr. .. Jerry Orsak, So. .. ....San Angelo ...San Angelo . . . .San Angelo .. . .San Angelo .. . .San Angelo Manuel Ortegon, Fr. . . . . .San Angelo Joni Osbourn, So. Kenny Osbourn, Fr. . Toni Osbourn, So. .. Roxeana Osteen, lr. . Michael Ott, Fr. . Sarah Otto, Fr. . . .. Walter Otto, Fr. .. . . Lloyd Overstreet, Fr. Hedy Owens, Fr. Kalista Pace, Fr. . Cary Pair, Jr. .. Jan Pair, So. ...... . Ronald Pair, Fr. .... . O'Connsa Palmos, So. Twenty-one light poles -- :A :zz ,r i " J - sf M x O TU can ss STREET Pusu BUTTON WAIT Fon , WALK X. L IGHT P' .12 . -.-- Q .l V . .4 . 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Michael Pappas, Fr. . . Bradford Parker, Fr. David Parker, Fr. David Parker, Fr. . . Gary Parker, Jr. . . Jeffery Parks, Fr. . Kristie Parr, fr. . . Edna Parris, Jr. . . . . Norma Parry, Fr. . . Wendell Partridge, Jr. Anne Paschal, Sr. .. Patrick Paschal, Fr. . Seldon Paschal, Fr. .. Donald Paske, Fr. .. Alton Patterson, Fr. .. James Patterson, fr. .. James Patterson, Fr. .. Sally Patterson, Sr. . Fred Patton, Jr. .. Rebecca Pauley, Fr. . Donna Pavlicek, Jr. .. Bobby Payne, So. Jerry Payne, fr. Norma Payton, So. .. Peggy Pealor, jr. . Janie Pearce, Sr. Raymond Pearce, So. .... . Karen Pearson, jr. . Claudia Peays, So. Sharon Pechacek, Fr. . ........Abilene ..San Angelo . .San Angelo . . . . .Eldorado . . . .San Saba Colorado City . .San Angelo . .San Angelo . .San Angelo . . . . .Barnhart . . . . .Munday . .San Angelo . .San Angelo . .San Angelo . . . . .Ballinger . . . . . .Snyder . .San Angelo . .San Angelo ........Lawn .. ..Midland .......Talpa . .San Angelo . .San Angelo . .San Angelo .. .Lamesa .....Edcouch ...Abernathy .Richland Springs ........SUn .-lngclo ......E1'rmf .........Garden City Randy Peel, Fr. ............ . Nola Peer, Sr. ...... . .lanet Pelzel, So. Patrick Pelzel, Fr. Steve Pelzel, Fr. ..... . Consuelo Pena, Fr. . . . . Lorenzo Pena, Fr. . .. . Scottie Pendergrass, Fr Gary Pennington, Fr. .. New .Sterling City Orleans, La. .......Mrles .......Mzles ..........Wall ....San Angelo ......Ballinger . . . ..... Sweetwater ......Albany Drncilla Pentecost, Sr Carolyn Percifull, Fr. Benjamin Perez, Jr. . Jimmy Perkins, Fr. .. Lee Perkins, Fr. Leslie Perkins, So. .. Tana Perkins, So. .. David Perry, So. William Perry, So. . Joy Petermann, lr. .. David Peters, Fr. .... . Sherry Pettigrew, Fr. Terrilee Pettigrew, fr. Amy Pettit, Sr. Janet Petty, So. Rebecca Petty, fr. . Sara Peyton, So. . . . Patsy Phinney, Sr. . ..............Veribest Jerry Pierce, Sr. ....... . Mickey Pierce, Sr. .... . Frances Pietzsch, Sr. Jerry Pietzsch, lr. .. James Pinto, Fr. Thomas Pipes, Fr. .. Randall Piplcin, fr. . Gerald Pippin, Fr. . .loe Pittman, Fr. .. Bobby Pitts, So. .. Danny Pitts, Fr. .. .lohn Pitts, Fr. .. Patricia Plant, Fr. . .lohn Plaster, Fr. .. John Plumlee, So. . Rex Plumlee, Fr. .. Vance Poe, Sr. . .. Mary Polk, Fr. Leta Pollock, Fr. .. Alfred Ponce, Fr. .. Eddie Pool, So. . Laura Pool, Jr. .. . .. ..... ......Lawn .. ...Robert Lee .........Son0ra . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo , . . . .San Angelo . . . .Fredericksburg . . . . .San Angelo . . . . , .function . . ........ function . . ...San Angelo ........0dessa . . ...Rotan ...............0dessa Follansbee, W. Va. .F0llansbee, W. Va. .. .. ..Roscoe .........Roscoe . . . . .Brownwood ........DiIley . . . . .Monahans .. . . .San Angelo . . . . . . . .Andrews . . . . .Brownwood .........Roscoe . . . . .Brownwood . . . .Salt Flals .. . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo .. . .Comanche . . . .Balmorhea .......Salt Cap .....Santa Anna .....San Angelo .....San Angelo ........LaRue .gp 7,9 fs vw' ,fr , 1 n 'Gr lv, , ,nm 4 if, fli ,, ? .1 -,: I A 3- f -A1 nr 4 - 5 v-,JA ' ij R 1 4 B . Q. ,t Q ' ,fra , 1 if I is X ' ,., ivii fps, Q get Vg A -1 A' J x , if ,,,, N. , xg. , ix Q 1 1 wk Xe . I is -s .3- , , .xg . s. i xx "J I K ll I ' x "af" -A .,-,Jr l X . q,, lg. x V Mx ff' 'EI 1 es. 491, gr' F5 . fi Y fy-Q.. if 4 -fa .,,5' ferr I e M' 'K x ' ss' .NV X t . 4 b b ,Z ,Q I! A K " PP It ,PW A -1: 4 . .s-fl . - 15- - Y A '? li .Q ,J ."' gs::'N q A 15, I -'VF X. x I 5'4- ' 'X fn. .1 , 'ev ,SQ 'ra af 'N if x, 1 r, 3 X X .9 cpm Z3 t r X 'S -.. sy 1 1 AO' 4?- fsf 5 X2 , 1 ix! ' fe ' J ' 1 4 ' -we 4 1? .we ., i SW- . K' 42:5 Q, Rza ' Q 52 Q '95 s is ' 'il , .3 F x li 9' Q x ,V K Lwwv 2 W TQ ui " l li N f.. . l 4 . , ' a +1 ,Z A I, ,.., , ..,., .:. Q , lg 4 W I ff! k . Michael Pool, So. .... San Angelo .lames Pope, So. Kathy Pope, So. . David Porter, Sr. .. Dena Porter, Sr. . Harold Porter, Fr. James Porter, fr. . . . . .San Angelo ... .San Angelo .......lVorton . . . . .Ballinger . . ....... Rankin ........Lomeza .lohn Porter, Ir. ...... .... S an Angelo Wanda Porter, fr. ..... Big Spring William Porter, Fr. Kathy Poulson, Fr. Brenda Pounds, Fr. ,ludy Powell, Fr. . . .... San Angelo . . .... San Angelo . .... San Angelo .......Big Lake Mary Powell, So. .... ..... S an Angelo Weldon Powell, So. .. ..... Sweetwater Laurin Prather, Sr. Sharon Prather, Sr. Mike Prescott, Fr. . . ........ Lubbock . ......... Lubbock Colorado Cily Larry Prewit, Fr. . .. ..,...., Winters Aurora Price, So. . . ........ Rotan Carla Price, Fr. . .. ......... Roscoe ,lohn Price, Fr. ., Karen Price, Fr. .. Polly Price, Fr. Thomas Price, fr. .. . ...... Sweetwater . . . . .Cary, Illinois For! Stockton . . . . .San Angelo Elizabeth Priddy, Fr. ............. Hereford Rena Pride, Fr. .......... Oak Ridge, Tenn. Brenda Prress, Fr. ................... Mason Gwendolyn Priest, Fr. .. ....... ,San Saba Vickey Prince, Fr. . .. ..... Ballinger Leonard Proffitt, Sr. Michael Pruett, Fr. . . . ..... Big Lake ......Bangs Glenn Pruitt, fr. ...... .... A bilene Juanita Pruneda, Sr .... Ozona Dwain Psencik, lr. . . . ... .Eola Don Pullig, So. ...... ....... R oby Sandra Pullig, Sr. ..... ........ R olan Clifford Pumphrey, Fr. .. .... San Angelo Don Purser, Fr. ....... .... S an Angelo James Quinn, Fr. .. . . . .San Angelo Jean Rabon, Fr. ...... . . . Cynthia Rabourn, So. John Rahija, Fr. Alan Ramage, So. . . Charlie Ramirez, So. Irma Ramirez, Fr. . . Mary Ramirez, Fr. . Richard Ramirez, Fr. .. Susie Ramirez, Fr. .. . Johnny Ramos, So. .F t. Stockton . .San Angelo . .San Angelo Colorado City . .San Angelo . .San Angelo . . . . .Coleman . .San Angelo . . . . . .Rankin . . . . .Sonora Rickey Ramseur, So. .. ....... Victoria Daniel Ramsey, Fr. Sidney Randle, Jr. . . . . . . Roberto Rangel, Fr. Belton Rasco, So. . Three ASU students take time out to utlllze the ping pong tables which are one example of the many facilities found in the game room. !' Colorado City . . . . .function . .Paint Rock ... . . .Hearne if 'i 'S' 11, 1 ,P- X Partaking in the ASU sponsored Ray Price show and dance held at the coliseum are 1200 students and country-westem music fans. Foriest Rasco, Sr. Richard Ratliff, So. . . . . . . .Stamford ........Rolan Jerome Rauterkus, So. ..... San Angelo Paul Rawlings, So. . .... ..... W ater Valley Elizabeth Ray, Fr. .. Lonnie Ray, Fr. Mary Ray, So. .... . Walter Ray, Fr. Larry Reagan, So. . .. Barron Rector, So. .. . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .Gatesville . . . . . Veradale . ......... Knippa . ..... San Angelo James Redman, Jr. . . . ..... Big Spring Bobby Reed, Sr. .... ..... S weetwater Ronald Reeder, Fr. .. ..... Fluvanna Stanton Reese, Fr. .. .... Comanche Harvey Reeves, fr. . .. ..... San Angelo Mel Register, Fr. .... .... S tam ord Charles Reichenau, Sr. Joan Reichenau, Fr. . Linda Reichenau, Jr. Freeman Reisner, Sr. . . . f . . ...... San Angelo Fredericksburg . . ...... San Angela . . . .... San Angelo .' ' 'Q V, we - e tii fi ti' it Xl iiil - l, ' ' tt f r f , X, ' , ii .,,. ' V H. 4 -51 ,At Xe, . - j ' K 9 ,N A ffff- j'9' ' X , N QMS, r 25 f me S r 5' x , f " 1 ,f 1 "' it "' 3 A9 vs 1'-y 299 ' :" Y " yi, x fe X5 If: 5' U' . it , -311,4-AQ ,. s 3, , ' . 'JM , , rf J., w.....,,-N X, , 1 X' t W fvs v".2.. -, -WF ' Outside the suggested two hours of daily study for each course taken, ASU coeds find time for recreation and extra-curricular activities. Rita Rendon, So. .... .... S anta Anna Q: R3 gt f-3 'ffl' ., Edward Reyes, Fr. .. ..... San Angelo M J Ramon Reyes, Fr. ..... ...... S an Angelo Richard Reynolds, Fr. .. .... Colorado City -H' Billy Rhea, So. ...... .......... T yler 5 Kimberlee Rhea, Jr. ..... San Angelo Ronald Rhemann, Sr. . .. ....... Simonton Lawrence Ricci, fr. .. .... San Angelo 3 Marcia Richards, Fr. .... .... S an Angelo William Richards, So. .. .... San Angelo l X ' 'J Myra Richmond, Fr. ..... Hamilton James Riddle, Sr. ........ .... S an Angelo Patricia Riedinger, Fr. . .. ..... Burlington Timothy Riggan, Fr. . . ...... . .Trent Mitchell Riggs, Fr. . .. .... San Saba - , - PS if 1' 'N 'Vx f., 1 '-' -51. t e i x Q Q QL t., A Q ..-Fi X te , ' . , ' t fin . 1 ' Robert Rike, Fr. . Carol Riley, fr. .. James Riley, Sr. .... Thomas Ringo, Fr. . Barry Rinker, Fr. Deborah Ripple, Fr. Katherine Ripple, Fr. Joe Rivas, Fr. .... . Manuel Rivera, Ir. . . . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Antonio . . . .San Antonio .. ...San Saba . . .Snyder .....San Angelo . . . ..... San Angelo Rodney Ripple, Fr. . . . .........Wall ...........1raan , . . . .Colorado City 1 Q ,...- x V, .4 . ,P fs l ff at , x hai ' ,- '52 ff' X x 1 -,.- A I X13 fag ff .J : 4 sr , S p ni 41-Q f to Y Richard Rivera, Jr. . ..... Sweetwater A William Rives, Fr. ....... MCCamey 'F '? Cary Roach, Fr. .. ..... San Angelo V Glenn Roach, fr. . ..... Robert Lee M J. C. Roach, So. ..... San Angelo "" X :xg J., H A Vivian Roach, Sr. .... ..... S an Angelo ,K ' 1 it ti Portis Robbins, So. ..... San Angelo 4 VI! ' 4? f' 5 Q Frances Roberts, fr. .. ............ Brady v , 5' U 5 ' V .4 James Roberts, fr. .. ............ Andrews '-f fy K . 4' , ' Ronnie Roberts, Fr. . . .... Yokosaka, Japan i I, ' er M R We or rf - if i, E f Q I , l Karen Briethaupt looks wide-eyed during a 14-hour fan bus trip to the ASU-A811 game in Kingsville where A-State fell 199 -4 'X Lf -C D -v -3- 1 nil 1 ' 5 4 Q . - 4: 'IL x -+ A 3 -i 9 I L' F4 '7 4 , If l F eg 'V 53 A 4 ' '-1' N - Sharon Rusler, So. ...... Eldorado Barry Rus:-ell. Fr. :an .-in- ' Hayman RLLSSEU. Fr. . . .. ,STZ .-in Marilyn Ruiseil. Fr. .. ...Sm .-ln- ' 1 Fredrick REL Fr. :cm Angel Johnny Ruth. Jr. .... ..... . Willie Ruth. fr. . Willard Rutherford. Rebecca Rutigliano. if Alan Rutherford. Fr. . .. ..... . . .O cf in-Q :ft .-1.,,.J . s ZITI T" fv X ..J. .... .Def Ronald Rutledge, Fr. . .. . . .Sr Juan :aLu1as. Jo. . ..L J' Rio ' Q Q. C'ECA 11' .Q Toni Safvato. Fr. .... ...fat A . Cai 5 Sznchefz Fr. .. ..... .O o Pamela Sandel. Jr. . J! .412 , - 4 ,if MY.. Barbara Sanders. F' 1' J Brandon Sazdes. J' Nz: it , Kenneth Sazders. F' -I .4151 " , " ,Q Michael Sandera J' in .itgffs 9 F Josefa Sandoval. J: .. ...... Miki: 1 7 - -" , - ff? 3 1 f .h I The Rams gave an overwhelzirgg bo-:st to foozbell Qiffliigzg :':"lI.2 if Qrsest :::'-'S Eli? Eexig 5 L:-Ee: L::i:i::. Q T I i 955' ggi ' H S - SF- I 'f "' w- 'U " f F ' ---4: x ' ,jg.fl44hN'Jp-4' ff' LQ-5:15937 v ,,- in - 5-h.,4,5,q F- , I is '.'4'w'fw'lh:1-. '11 Mfsfs' -" Q' . farm' v-'s..4'o L..,?-L' ' ' 's ', L 595' r "n m 1 , . ' ,2-F zo. A.- 6 narngx ,iw .ttva kil ",1.?g -if.. 1. 9 .L ff", 319' is' '.'Q:1.2'f'fw -a '- '-':"- WV' f-3. "H ff ' 'ng i l Q Q A b A x , .kg u Q -',' i r :f y ' 1':-Q...f M ' - Q lui -I -3: -d 5" i' Q dxf I X , P np' glvgikg A . ,r ' 2 ' ' of 1, . wi "- ' , . ' " - i f o l d E' nQ -il,-lf, ' . . '.f,.d,' . 4. f o ' -' if .r xiJ. ':' ff" 431' . 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Relda Schmidt, So. .San Angelo . . . . . .Roscoe .San Angelo . . . . . .Lubbock . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo Robert Schmidt, Fr. .......... . Elvis Schmiedekamp, Jr. Jimmy Schneider, fr. .. Karen Schneider, So. .. Jerri Schooler, Sr. Alice Schovajsa, Sr. .. . Patricia Schraer, So. .. Gordon Schrank, Jr. William Schroeder, Sr. .. Michael Schul, Fr. . . . Patrick Schul, Fr. . . . Marvin Schultz, Ir. . . . ASU's twin ten-story high-rise dorms accommodated some 700-plus men and women residents during the fall semester. . . . . .Boerne .San Angelo . . . .Rowena . . .... Iraan San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo . . . . . .Miles . . . . .Eldorado . . . . .Burnet . .Comanche . .Comanche San Angelo N""--Q, I L I .-: ?j, .1w - J . '-.ls,A5.:? .,l,. lvtwwsw h u ,.!,5L55g,3H r. .,:, .- " I 5 , Q ll-Lt: ' m . ' r- , 1 is 5. :zur , , I I X' ll. I 4' ' ' l ,S 1 ug 5- - ' 1 .Il 5 R L 'ff , ., ti l 1 ., - ,D-5515 if S- will L A 1 , ., H. -4.1144 ,,,,, I.. .LUN a I D, LL!! , ' 1 ' I f ' ""' 'l alfilg Ft .. I ,mv 3: A "fill 5 ,L- I lllll'I. 1 1 Ill nnnnangqllgllnu 9" U 4 nil . .- .. -.nt-W .44 Ill 'l"il'umnlH I-I L y,jv ' 5, K 5 'J' Aix "--1---'M'--M-1-1 Ill it--.--..., .,. , i t 1, l. -A-llllnw-lu--lu ' nl -..u-I.-qluln.. R I " ' .,, -.-'mln-1--....q. lg' .,..,..,..g..,. ,,, .,. A5 , , . I ll --- .- 4. Ill L., 1 I I u l .. .. , -.u-'.-- Ill 1.-I . 1 rj l'. K1 1 5-L - -grrf r f l 304 .lr . jg.. ' .fa , . ,, iii.. 1 A xr if me-f"w 'Gs Q., E I ff ,ay ' 41 " 2 Moving into the dorm brings a regular stream of parents, brothers and sisters, and friends to ASU at Carla Schulz, So. Susan Schulze, Sr. .. Diane Schwab, So. .. Ernest Schwartz, Fr. .. Harold Schwartz, Fr. .. Harvey Schwertner, Fr. . .. Herbert Schwertner, Fr. . . .loy Schwertner, So. . . . . .ludy Schwertner, Fr. ..... . Lavanda Schwermer, Fr. .. Maynard Schwertner, lr. .... . Ray Schwertner, Sr. ..... . Sylvester Schwertner, lr. Christine Scott, Sr. ..... Dale Scott, So. .... .. .......Eola .....Ma.s0n San An elo - 5 Garden City . . Rapesville ......Miles . . . Vancourt . . . Vancourl . . .Ballinger . . . . .Melvin . . . .Rowena . . .San Angelo ......MLles i I l I. i. i. San Angelo San Angelo 4- yan. -A .Mr VU! Www. if rl? 4 in i , Q 'S 'SK ,,,.r' .fin y f' , J!" the beginning of school. 4' 4 A S i X zs'l l U Q ff Ffh' r , I J . Y xlwi ,V T981 fi 1 'Wt . 5? ' 'f 9' V if: f "' , -Q ., : i , - ." z .S ' ,..r f ' 'V' ' W' X 1- 11, , -i A'-' A, .J , 'H x X Y A 1 9 l , T- 3 i X, ' in ' f' fi me 1' , I W . um Y R, ,J i ,- rj to ... igl ' , A ,N lx Q .m .u " H - 4? o ' "' 5 ' 'gl ,.:,, .fi it Ee 3 e by ' l I 4? , 1' 1 The new game room in the Student Center provides pinball machines, ping-pong tables, and pool tables 'Rf was David Scott, So. .. Franky Scott, So. Reynold Scott, Jr. . . . Janet Scribner, Fr. .. Ruth Scruggs, Fr. . .. Rudy Sedeno, So. Jerry Sefcik, Fr. . . . . ,loesph Segura, Sr. .. Rodney Seitz, Sr. Carolyn Seitzler, Sr. Ceor e Sevier Fr g , . . lrane Sevier, So. . . . . . Harold Seyvertsen, Sr . . .Coleman . . . .Sweetwater San Angelo . .San Saba San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo . . .Stamford . . . . .San Angela .........Dallas Marvin Shafer, Fr. .... . Bernard Shaffer, So. James Shahan, So. . . Richard Shamel, Fr. . . Donna Sharpe, Fr. .. John Shattuck, Fr. . Johnny Shelton, Fr. for the use of students. .- ...X , X., ,M gf: ww .V M4- X4 2 , f, ,, KN. 5" . . . . Yoakam .San Angelo .San Angelo .San Angelo .San Angelo . . .San Saba .San Angelo . . . . Lubbock . . . .Mertzon . . .Ballinger ,535 is N 3 Y I 1 4 'Qu' Competing in a game Jack Shely, So. Ann Schertz, So. ..... ........ B rownfield Naoaki Shibata, So. Yoko Shima, So. Debra Shirley, Fr. ....... McCamey Karen Shirley, So. ...... San Angelo Diana Shook, Fr. .. Vesta Shoults, Jr. .. Robert Shuster, Fr. . Linda Sigmon, Fr. . . . . Janet Simcik, So. . Rebecca Simcik, So. Susan Simmons, Fr. ........Rankin ,, , 1 .k S w. XN-,NWN XSS? x Wx W- as ,iv X YW S gi, , ,, 1 il' Sim iii if .F N . is -. aefipu i . f 1 ygmfv N 1 ' . - ' amy. xii, x of intramural flag football are Larry Smith Cleftl, for Pi Kappa Alpha, and Jerry Rauterkus of Lambda Chi Alpha. . . . . . . .Sanderson A T: fx Q N sn, 1 Q was . . . ..... Nagoya, japan f , 'B V -- is . . . ..... Nagoya, Japan M., 'T' , ' ' f' . , ' 'A , rirr X r ' -f I sr l 'K f S " .-.. 3 in iv 'gift' Q ' ' 4' 4' N . . . . . . . . .Iraan A 'W Q A 1' r' as ,, 'fi . . . .Big Spring I , 3 .....Ft. Stockton ' - L -v Tom Simmons, Sa. Susan Simon, Sr. .. Debbie Simpson, Fr. Glenda Simpson, Fr. Shirley Sims, So. .. Danna Skeeters, So. . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angela . . . .Ballinger . . . . .Houston . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . ...... San A ngelo David Skelton, Fr. . . . .... Water Valley I fi- pg!- IN - J 7 4 'Il V 3. . me frrtl F if ' 7 'Q if . J PN , u-.mini ' ,qt gf, .B "SV .A X Jack Skinner, Grad. .. .Christoval Marsha Skinner, So. .... ......... 0 dessa Teresa Skrabanek, Fr. . . .... San Angelo Eloise Slater, Fr. .Boone Coralis Slay, Fr. . .. . David Smith, Sr. . . . Ronnie Smetana, So. Bobby Smith, Jr. . .. Calvin Smith, Fr. .. Charylene Smith, Sr. Curtis Smith, So. Dale Smith, Sr. Daniel Smith, So. . David Smith, Sr. . .. Donna Smith, So. Dorothy Smith, So. .. Glenda Smith, Fr. .. Jack Smith, So. John Smith, S0. p pu n 0 practice leamlng they have acquired in ASU nursing lecture courses. Ysleta Slaughter, F r.. I i I . . . .San Angelo . . . . .Menard .Austin .San Angelo .San Angelo . . . .Sweetwater . . . ........ Jayton .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .Robert Lee . . .Cherokee .Sweetwater ..........Pecos San Angelo San Angelo . . .Midland X NS-,L 4 l ii . l . 0 gi' x X. 1 Xt Y' 8 Spectators of the ASU vs. St. Mary's basketball game Show anxiety as the Rams are overcome by a score of 67-65. Kenneth Smith, Sr. . . .Calif. Kenny Smith, So. .. ....... Crane Larry Smith, Sr. . . . . . . Larr Smith Fr Lynne Smith, Fr. .. Madeline Smith, Sr. . . . . . . . . . ........... Minn. Nancy Smith, Sr. .... .... . Norman Smith, Fr. ... . . . Michael Smith, Sr. Quinton Smith, Jr. Rebecca Smith, So. ...San Saba ...fal, N.M. Lauren Smith, So. . ......... Brady .San Angelo . . . . .Menard Ft. Stockton .San Angelo . . .Smithville . . . ..... Ft. Stockton Robbie Smith, Fr. .. .... Robert Lee Robert Smith, Fr. ... . . , . . .Monahans Rodney Smith, Fr. . ..... Ft. Worth Rosemary Smith, Fr. .... San Angelo Roy Smith, Fr. ...... .... S an Angelo Scott Smith, Fr. .... .... B routnzvood Stacia Smith, Fr. .. ..... Ft. Stockton Stanley Smith, jr. . . . . .Quanah 'T .if I P 1 B .vuht , qvvq 1 .H :Av X 1 if E: X I' A vw . .. '- V ,N V 5 My x f ,M ' .if Z! ix Q si ' X 2 X ? V 1 x i Q . I ., - - J Q. . . I B A 5 1 Q K, -S 1 ,sg S' I ,L ,Q x S E A ii , f I X ,,,. v""? . Q1 'Qin yv- X 4 fb a ll SW "Q .QQ Y I 'T' 5 ' -an' 1 y 309 l Stephen Smith, Fr. Thomas Smith, Fr. .. . .San Angelo . . . ....... San Angelo Timothy Smith, Sr. . ..... Coloroda City Warren Smith, Fr. . William Smith, lr. . Willie Smith, Fr. .. Richard Snell, Sr. .. Mary Snuffer, Fr. .. Richard Snyder, Sr. Larry Sockwell, Fr. James Soliz, Fr. .. Sue Sorrells, So. .. John Sorrels, Fr. . Armando Sosa, Fr. . David Sosa. Fr. .. Samuel Soto, Fr. .. Marilyn Sparks, fr. Robert Stecht, Fr. .. Anthony Speciale, Fr. Jimmie Spence, Fr. Clarence Spieker, So. Mary Spieker, Sr. . .lohn Spieler, So. . Tom Sprawls, So. . Alan Springer, Fr. . Denver Springer, So. Ronald Springer, Fr. Roy Springer, Fr. . Wilburn Springer, Fr. Beverly Sprinkle, Fr. .lack Srader, Jr. . .lohn Srader, jr. . Roy Stacy, So. Van Stahl, Sr. Delia Stamper, Fr. . Terry Stanfield, Fr. Alan Stanley, jr. .. Betty Stanley, Fr. . ...........Pecos .........layt0n .......Llano . ...San Angelo .......Wingate . . . .Big Spring .. . .Robert Lee .... .Rotan . . . ...Snyder . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . ...San Angelo .. . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . . . . . .Snyder ........Wall ., ....... Brady . . . .San Angelo . . . . .Denver City . .... Bradenton, Fla. ... . . . .Lenorah . . . .San Angelo ...,San Angelo . . . .San Angelo ......Wintcrs . . . .Quanah .. . . . .Quanah ........Rankin ....San Angelo . . . . .Coleman .......Winlers . .,.... San Angelo . . . ........ San Angelo Lynn Stanley, Sr. .............. Big Spring Richard Stapleton, Sr Cincinnati, Ohio ' T3 rl J, V A-3 -1 S '- f- ' 1 f- V , ' , ' 15 , 1' ' x :Q x . ,- l ' l ' Q A R' .4 'J ' gf l D. , ,W , R, Q , Q. 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Bangs Thomas Stephens, So. Rodney Stemard, Jr. Linda Stevens, Sr. . .. Marc Stevens, Sa. Perry Stevens, Fr. Alfred Stewart, Fr. . Gerald Stewart, Fr. .. James Stewart, So. . Lynn Stewart, So. .. Pat Stewart, Sr. . .. . Roberta Stewart, Sr. David Stinnett, Jr. Shirley Stirl, Fr. Claude Stites, Ir. . .. . Lewis Stockton, Fr. . . . ......... Bangs . . .... San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . . . . .Pineland . . . .San Angelo . . . . .Christoval ........BurneL . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . . . .San Angelo . .. .. .. .Loraine . . . .San Angelo . . . . . .Sonora l ,R Y 'fffh J i N 1 'gf' 4 , ,Jil il GMT? 'thy ,X 53 X I r Q75 , ' 4 s -9 'es K2 fs 5, "' qgf - ,fd A 1 s NX aiixl lf' ' i f r MY 1 Q r I" QQ. .A 4 x A0 'X 'T' Q 1 ay 1 is ,Z . f ! n K? a 1 S Michael Stone, Sr. .. Anita Stoner, So. .. Robert Stout, fr. Charles Stovall, Fr. David Strahl, fr. Dale Straley, Fr. Lillian Strickland, So. . .. . Vickey Strickland, Fr. Glenda Stricklin, Fr. Glynn Strom, Fr. .... . Betsy Strong, Fr. . .. Carol Strother, fr. . .. ,loylyn Stroud, Jr. .. Melissa Stroud, So. Sherry Stroud, fr. .. . . . . .San Angelo ................Odessa Portageville, M 0. . . . . .San Angela . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .Coldthwaite ..........Bronte . . .Colorado City . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . . . . .Midland . . . . .San Angelo ..........0dessa . . . . .San Angelo . .. .Odessa In addition to three hours of classroom lecture, freshman-level botany students also attend a two-hour laboratory session weekly. Close attention is needed to record a photosynthesis experiment. fini 'mei- We - lu X " Q.f54l?" -9 X 3 ' t - 1 'S ,QX Q U l 1. y 'T ,f , i"4j'i: , 'v " 'Ebf I fc ' t, . 5 ,ff th Ar" 1 Two students pause for a minute on the staircase in the Academic Building to point out something: uorthnhile in the mall Vicki Stroud, Fr. . . . Al Strube, Fr. ..... . Thomas Strube, Fr. . Sharon Studer, Fr. .. Michael Sturm, Fr. ,. Jean Sudduth, Jr. .. Ollie Sudduth, fr. .... .... . Sharron Sullivan, Fr. Stephen Sullivan, So. San Angelo . . ..... Rowena San Angelo ..........Uvalde San Angelo . . . . .Alpine . . .Eldorado San Angelo . . . .Menard Don Summers, So. .... ..... H ouston Michael Summers, Fr . ..Sagerton Janice Sutton, So. .... ........ S onora Thomas Sutton, Fr. . .. ......... Del Rio Lloyd Swaringin, Fr. . San Angelo Donnie Swink, Fr. .. .Aspermont Harold Sword, Jr. . .. Michael Sydiskis, Sr. . Antonio Talamantes, Jr. ........ . Arthur Talamantes, Fr. . ........ . .loe Talamantes, Fr. .... . . . .Ca .San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo rrizo Springs John Talley, So. . . . . . . . .San Angelo Patricia Talley, Jr. .... .... S an Angelo Robert Talley, Fr. ..... ...... S nyder Robert Tankersley, So. . . . ....... Merlzon Joe Tarter, Sr. ....... .... S on Angelo Linda Tawater, Fr. ....... Midland Barbara Taylor, Fr. . . . .... Duncanville Carolyn Taylor, Fr. . .. .... San Angelo Don Taylor, So. .... .Eldorado Patricia Taylor, Sr. .. ..... Odessa Robert Taylor, Fr. .... .... S an Angelo Tommy Taylor, Fr. . .. .... San Angelo Wanda Taylor, So. . ...... Snyder Charles Teague, Fr. .. .... San Angelo Billy Tedrow, Fr. .. ...... Menard Dewey Teel, Ir. ....... .... S weetwater Choya Teichelman, Fr. . ...... Slamjord Linda Teplicek, Fr. .... San Angelo Steven Tepper, Fr. .. Leonel Terrazas, Fr. . Burdett Terrill, Sr. .. Gayle Terry, Fr. .... . Timothy Terry, Fr. . . . .Selma, Ala. . . . . .FL Slocklon . . . . .San Antonio ... . ....Ballinger . . . .Johnson City Melody Theriot, Fr, .. .... San. Angelo Mark Thieman, So. . Eunice Thixton, Ir. .. . . , ,San Angelo . . . .Big Spring Randy Thomas, Ir. .... San Angelo Sally Thomas, Fr. .... .... S an Angelo William Thomas, Fr. .... . . . . James Thomason, So. ......Paris . . .... Robert Lee Linda Thomesen, Fr. .... San Angelo Donald Thom son F p , r. .. Kenneth Thompson, Jr. ......Snyder . . .... San Angelo Manfred Thompson, Fr. .. ........ Bronze Marilyn Thompson, Fr. .. .... San Angelo Nelda Thompson, So. Ruby Thom son Sr p , . .. Dorothy Thornton, Sr. .. . ...San Angelo Vaughan, N.C. . . .Big Spring James Thornton, Jr. ..... ....... M cCamey Richard Thornton, So. . . ..... Fl. Szockran Y, wh, 'W' '1- ,A gav- 'TB AM F X .I- I g .- r 15- X Qs Q - J 4 , X f , A in 1 H' 4 A Q '19 el 3- 5 N' f 1'1" ,o ' 1 X, RK , , Rf. rl 6 J 'F' 55 f .fs ll . -I 3 M 'Q . ' 1, Y 4 - A A M' - A .3 ai ' " ' 1 ' ' 3 13, -K ' l 1 . XC f ,. i his W X ' ru 4 x x T X l-.J . vi-X' . - ' -lvl. 1, . 4 y. if 5 is -9 , ,',,,,, I X it X gs, ' - ,.::: f V Q - "Tse 'e"' T 1 v Zh' ' " 3 if 16 C- 4 :hi I 3 lx ' W ,ij 3, . 'A .I 1, K gf ' r ii? 4, ' -63 ,A , . A , ' W f , N iff," 1 -6 All of the trees surrounding the Student Center are removed before the renovation begins in February. gwswi .gy--.5 Yxqiei' William Thornton, Fr. . Larry Thorp, Sr. .... . William Tiner, So. W f ar -e Q X fe 3' K X U? Lester Titsworth, Fr. . X X t xr 3 ,fh 1 il 1 - :fl 4. Patti Tolle, Fr. Dexter Tooke, Fr. Craig Torrence, So. James Torres, So. .. Mike Torres, Sr. .. Y .f s 1 Cassandra Tinnerello, Fr. . . . . . . . .Big Lake . . . . . .Lamesa , ...Odessa . .San Antonio ... . . . .Rankin . . .San Angelo .. .... ..Cranc ........WaUo . . ...Stamford .. .San Angelo Ig I Ricardo Torres, So. , . . .... . . Lgifiliie ,, , . Alfred Torrez, Fr. .... an nge o rw la X' Vicki Townley, Fr. ..... .... S an Angelo Q ' uf l . -, Jimmy Townsend, Sr. . ....... Snyder V W' A 'i r-""" 32. . Paul Townsend, Jr. . . . . . . .San Saba H . - ., 35' 1 4 l FX 1 1. Jennifer Trevathan, So. 1 V ' 1 Albesa Trevino, So. . . . . . , A l -Q Rudy Trevino, Fr. . A , Yolanda Trevino, Fr. . X ,Q Sara Trigg, So. . . . . Q r 4.55.1 .J ... Qfif ffi' 'wi tv' -if 1 Jr ' 'x S Hannibal, Mo. . . .San Angelo ...San Angelo .. .San Angelo .......Snyder bt ASU students Empress McFarland and Susan Locklear engage in macrophotography in the new photography studio. ff? fZ5,15fI-,f3- 1: 1 E' A' , I , -. 1, . r,i I as yi Jimmie Trimble, Fr. . ...... Menard Patrick Trojcak, Fr. . . .... San Angelo Stanley Troop, Jr. .... .... S an Angelo Maureen Trotter, So. . . .... San Angelo Peni Trusler, Jr. . . . ..... Ballinger Barbara Tubbs, Fr. . . . .... San Angelo Beverly Tucker, Fr. ..... Coleman Cecil Tucker, Fr. .. ........Mzles Gary Tucker, Fr. ........ .... S an Angelo Francis Tumlinson, fr. .... .... S an Angelo Gilda Tumlinson, Fr. . . . ..... San Angelo Belinda Tum, Fr. .... ..... S an Angelo Dana Turn, Sr. . . . . . . . .San Angelo Raleigh Tum, So. .... ...... S an Angelo Harold Turnbo, Fr. . Ellen Tumbou, Fr. . . Cheryl Turner, Sr. City . . ...... Ft. Stockton Stamford Dannie Turner, Fr. .. ........ Menard Gail Turner, Fr. Gene Turner, Fr. .. ........Dallas . . .Sweetwater Steve Turner, Jr. Sidney Turney, Jr. .. Earl Tyler, So. .... . Jennifer Tyler, So. .. Jesse Underwood, Fr. .. Gary Upham, Jr. .. Danny Valadez, Jr. .. Maria Valadez, Sr. Olga Valenzuela, Fr. ,. Mary Vallandingham, Fr Alex Valverde, Fr. .... . Charles Vandiver, So. .. Leonard Vannocker, Fr. . Clay Varga, So. ....... . ,lanet Varga, Fr. . . . . Lydia Vargas, Fr. Ruben Vargas, Carol Vaughan, Fr. .. Daniel Vaughn, Sr. .. Sherry Vaughn, Sr. .... . fr. .. Cynthia Veazey, Sr. .. Del Velasquez, Fr. .. Wesley Verner, Jr. .. Dana Vicary, Fr. Carole Villaret, Sr. .. Drexell Vincent, Sr. . . Jerry Vincent, Fr. . . Nancy Vincent, So. .. Bobby Vinson, So. . . . . Eddie Voss, Fr. Susan Votto, fr. . . . . Judy Waddell, So. .. Barbara Wade, So. . . . . Carla Wagley, Fr. .... . Edmund Wagner, So. .. Ricky Wagner, Fr Arthur Wagnor, Fr. Gary Walker, jr. Paul Walker, Fr. Doyle Wallace, Sr. .. .. . . .San Angelo . . . . . . .Coleman .. . .San Angelo . . ...Ballinger ... .San Angelo . . . . .Rankin ....0zona ......0zona ..........McCamey . ...... San Angelo ...........Eden . . . . .San Angelo . . .Girdley, Kan. . . . .Rocksprings . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .Lamesa . .... . .Lamesa .. . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo Richland Springs . . . . .San Angelo .. . . .San Angelo , . ...San Angelo . . . . . .Herrnleigh . . ...San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo ......,.Lubbock . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .San Angelo . . . .Santa Anna . . . . .San Angelo . . . . . . .Ballinger . . . . .San Angelo . . . . .Georgetown . . . .San Angelo ........Pyote . . . . .San Angelo ........Del Rio ....Ft. Stockton . . . . .San Angelo f -5 2-1 Q 1 X Xu. V. -A 3 . , fl A 5 1 n fb 3 N' Q I. ff , , , - AQ':i1r V. .A P . 'R ,G 'X ag X 'fa ui. 4 '5 1' ' . Y., I ' 1' li x V , 4 If N .2 -.I Y f il! -ig if: :Q C. . -he - , Y Q '0 .', . N tx K l X 1. HJ, Square dancing taught by Mrs. Carolyn Crill is only one lt 5 'li " Wei ,A ' -eg 3. .Ex x ,C o,,n2: i W' 1-A r .-:Ex ' :av V. Xl-. v fa! mr, Jamie Wallace, So. . . Jimmy Walace, Fr. . . Tony Wallace, So. ..... . . . Edward Walraven, Sr. Nancy Walsh, Jr. .... . Vickie Walter, Fr. . . Diane Ward, Fr. . Glenda Ward, Sr. .......... . Harvey Ware, Sr. .......... . Charles Washington, Jr. . Bobby Watson, Fr. . Robert Wayham, Fr. Carl Weaver, Sr. Nickie Weaver, Sr. . Jayne Webber, Fr. .. Alan Wedeking, Fr. . Billy Weedon, Fr. . James Weidel, Sr. .. Gary Weir, Fr. ....... . Allen Weishuhn, So. . Carol Weishuhn, So. . Gary Weishuhn, Jr. . . Linda Weishuhn, Fr. . Albert Welch, Sr. Linda Welch. Sr. of the ten different physical education activity courses offered to students. .M n ' l . . . .Sweetwater . ...... Roscoe . . .San Angelo . . .San Angelo ........Dalla.s .........Wall ..........0dessa .Redmond, Ore. . . . . .Buchanan ........Dallas . . . . . .Stamford . . .San Angelo .........Wac0 . . .San Angelo . . . .McCamey . . . . .Stamford .......Bangs . . . .Big Spring ..........Ira .......Eola . . .San Angelo . . .San Angelo ..........Eola .. .San.Angelo . . . . . .Knippa ,wp 41-is Square dancing classes, as do all other physical education activity classes, meet for one-hour sessions twice a week. Ray Welch, Fr. ....... ...... E I Paso - 3- A Bobbie Weldon, Sr. . ........... Post asf... 4 in ' Albert Wells, Fr. . . ...... San Angelo ' ' .. Q, Danna Werst, Jr. ..... ..... G arden City fe" 59 Charlotte Werth, Ir. .. ........ Knippa -" ,fr 1 4? x W f X X R 1, R .iff . ,J WM Jeannie West, Sr. .. .... McCamey K .. Julia West, Fr. .... .......... A bilene fv ' A, 3' t -, ' 'I " 1 Shirley West, fr. .. ........ San Angelo i R P , A f J ""' 2 j i Steven West, Jr. ..... Lake Park, Fla. . 9 7 1- 4 5 .... bf I N f Tommy West, Jr. .. ........ San Angelo 1 ' 5 , V',A I f . Wx Ft fr L1 Ira Westbrook, Sr. . . ..... San Angelo ' Julian Westbrook, Fr. . .. ..... San Antonio . , , Lynette Whaley, Jr. ..... ..... S an Antonio E , 5 Q ' . D L John Wheeler, Fr. ........ ...... M onahans 1. ' .9 , fx 'TQ ' f -Mgr X Joseph Whisnant, Fr. ..... Brownwood ' FT' Y " ' 1 V ,. 2f:, ., It X ' - X I, 'X J li X Q . la Richard Whitaker, So. ,.... ..... S ilver Beverly White, Fr. .... .... S an Angelo . . Bobby White, Fr. .... San Angelo V 4 S Charles White, Jr. .. .... San Angelo Harold White, Sr. . .. .... San Angelo X N, Y Q- U 20 Jeri White, Jr. .. .. Larry White, Fr. Mary White, So. Riley White, Fr. . Ruby White, Fr. . Terry White, Fr. Linda Whiteker, So. Stephen Whiteker, Ir. . Pete Whitfield, So. Patricia Whitley, Fr. Billy Whitson, Fr. .. Rebecca Whittenburgj Sara Whittington, fr. .... . Mary Wickson, So. Nancy Wiggins, lr. . Carolyn Wilcox, Fr. .. Betty Wilde, Fr. Diana Wilde, Jr. .. Harvey Wilde, Sr. .. Melanie Wilde, So. .. ..........Eldarado West Covina, Calif. ......San Antonio ...............Ira ... . .San Angelo .Anson .....Midland ....Midland . . . . .San Angelo ........Oz0na .. .... Kingsland .... . .San Angelo .. . . .Big Spring . . . . . ,Menard .. . . . .Marfa .....Tulsa, Okla. ..........Wall .........Wall .....Wall .....Wall to ,f Q fd W sv .AJ f l 3 X l ' Sgr , t 'Z it 'X f In B I 'Q 'Dy V nr S 1 , t , A 3, , , N 'lv X -4 egg,-, -.ef. X xx i ml . m x ' dui I ' K I it ' ? 'W ifi l N fit 'S P 4 ' f l il ' J 'L 1' I F C IP - ,r . ig ...v'5:.i:Ii , Q Q .... I . A Y ,. ,.,:..,, 1,'-,.,'.of, ,'.f,.Q'-fggfggji '. K, ' My 1 .-, 1 ,A ,, - -grip, ..,. :: 4. 7 ldivkfc diff i1'l'lll1??illlllf35!t'l .llifiil ,ff Nancy Rogers checks the time required for leaf discs to rise in a hoto th .S '? 1,1 uv 4, Q5 3 H p syn esis experiment conducted during a botany laboratory. . xx . X XXQA V' L e J! 9 M t N . I .,.. ..,.. . , , ,,, , M . . Wevwwnf- Q, ., M '5r,.. , : f " ' NX , 'Nses,i1E 1 . 'Wipe Ag.5g,5a.,s QA. . i V ' , 1 Q my x - -nm"'-.:'F' 4 fl Freshman Joy Wood from Water Valley relaxes and enjoys Y. "I , ' .. X. .s I 4 . .qs t A, ' oo.: Q, 2 'ii 3 M. , Q i -E l - f' Q ' "'k fv :r . X if fer -- affix' , f i lX ,rf an -.LAQHIH V Hill BHK! S, X. Q v!"f, J .s ,G .Q 1+ 'ii the Christmas decorations on one floor in the Women's Residence Hall. ' 5' -V: i "7 also N v Q i my ..,, Y- I ff- - a K ' 'R lf? N" , ' A X X Q l ff i "U ' . if Sara Wilde, jr. Shirley Wilde, So. .. ,Ierrolyn Wiley, Sr. .. Milford Wiley, Sr. .... .. Eddie Wilkerson, Fr. .. .. G Wx ........W'all .... .Eldorado .... .lunclion . ...Ballinger . .Big Spring Jan Wilkerson, Fr. ..... ....... f ibilene Anita Wilkinson, Fr. ..San Angelo Ralph Willberg, Fr. ..... ......... M iles Charles Williams, Fr. Darl Williams, So. . . .San Angelo . .San Angela Cary Williams, So. .,... Robcrl Lee Hilbert Williams, Sr. ,lack Williams, Fr. ..... .. Lawrence Williams, fr. . Lenora Williams, Sr. Marilyn Williams, So. Patricia Williams, Fr. Ronald Williams, lr, Sterling Cily . .San Angelo .......Crane . . . . .Burnet . .Sweetwater .. . . . .Snyder . .San Angelo ... .Ballinger Patti Williams, Fr. .... .. Peggy Williams, Fr. .. .. . .... San Angelo s Ronald Wlilliams, Sr. .. . . . .. Ruby Williams, fr. .. Steve Williams, Fr. .. Troy Williams, Jr. .... .... . Walter Williams, Sr. . . . . . . . . Kenneth Williamson, So. . .. Randy Williamson, Fr. Judy Willman, Fr. .. Alan Wilson, Fr. .. Billy Wilson, So. .. Bobby Wilson, So. Carol Wilson, Jr. . Claude Wilson, Sr. .. David Wilson, Sr. . Donna Wilson, Fr. Duke Wilson, Sr. . . . . Gerald Wilson, Fr. Holly Wilson, So. . .lay Wilson, Fr. .. Jerry Wilson, lr. .limmie Wilson, Fr. . . Johnny Wilson, jr. . . . Marel Wilson, Fr. . . . . Marilyn Wilson, Fr. .. San Angelo . Hermleigh . . . .... Bronte . . . .Lomeza San Angelo .Lovington, N.M. . . . . . . . . . .Sweetwater .lames Willis, So. ..... .... . San Angelo .........Brady San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo ........0dessa San Angelo . ..Rio Honda San Angelo .......Winters San Angelo San Angelo . . . . . .Snyder . . . . . . . .Ira San Angelo . .... Rio Honda San Angelo President .lulia Caballero guides the Executive Committee in a discussion ofthe membership rules of Alpha Mu Gamma language club Because only 490 persons attended the Christy Minstrels concert, the show results in a 31.900 loss for the ASU Student Association. Michael Wilson, So. .. . .... San Angelo fr 'gan V7 , k ' Murray J. Wilson, Fr. . . . ..... Winters l , W - Rl Olivia Wilson, Jr. .... ....... L ubbock fm- , Pamela Wilson, Fr. .......... Luther S Ronald Wilson, So. .... ...... S an Angelo .1 X . . , X y :,,:::. 'Rini' .. ....... Blackwell . . ..... San Angelo . . . ..... San Angelo Dennis Winterrow, So. .. ......... Pecos Calvin Witt, Sr. ...... ..... S an Angelo William Wilson, So. . William Wilson, Sr. . James Windmiller, fr. Kar' Martha Win, So. . Sara Wittel, Sr. .... . . . . . . . . .Ballinger . . . . .Manheim, Pa. - :IH Petra Witten, So. ...... ...... S an Benito Terry Woellert, Fr. . . ........ Snyder Ronda Wojtek, Jr. . .. .... Robert Lee Bonnie Wolferd, Jr. . . ..... Highland, Cal. .loan Womack, Fr. . . ...... San Angelo . . . . . . .Sanderson . . . . . .San Angelo .......Winters Joy Wood, Fr. Lewie Wood, Sr. .. Sam Wood, So. .. " S ' Thomas Wood, Jr. ..... ...... S an Angelo . . . . .... Ft. Stockton . . ...... San Angelo Byron Woodard, So. Sharon Woodfin, Fr. Christine Woodrow, So. . ..... New Boston as Randy Woods, Jr. .... .... B ig Spring S I V 1 x M 5 X ,- tiff ., N . fi . - 2, - 2 wgt Z5 g xv -:- , V , 1, , g. , 1- I -if. . . . , ., v y N .lj . .:. .1 , at t i 324 ,as K V ' ,if X ' ' A f" J XE ' nfs ' B itfm ASU coeds add the finishing touches to a package which is part of the Yuletide decorations at the women's high-rise residence hall. Galen Wootton, Jr. .. Cynthia Word, Fr. . Dottie Word, Fr. .. Dana Worley, Sr. Bobby Wright, Fr. Kenneth Wright, Sa. Sherry Wright, Sr. .. John Wunderl, Fr. . Bobby Wyatt, Fr. . Cathye Wyatt, Sr. . Charles W'att Fr . y , . . Edward Wyatt, Sr. Tommy Wyatt, Jr. Jacky Wyrick, Fr. Patsy Yarbrough, Sr. James Yarnell, Fr. Byron Yates, So. Trinidad Ybarra, So. Becky Yell, Fr. ..... . Becky Yonan, Fr. .. Trinidad, Colo. ...San Angelo . .Ft. 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S nyder e --Q Lb q: Q ':"' Joyce Zimmerschied, Jr. . ..... San Angelo fl Tony Zuniga, So. ..... . .... San Angelo ki I The flames rise as does the spirit of students, Exes, and faculty who attend the ASU vs Tarleton State College homecoming bonfire. rf Aaron, Robert Lloyd Abbott, Lonnie Joe Abel, Alben Charles 226,52,96,141 Acosta, Juanita B. Acton, Doug Robert 226 Adair. Joe Ronald Adams, James Calvin 226 Adams, James Thurman 226 Adams, Janet Tyler 226 Adams, Jim Ellen VVells 226,147,146 Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen, Allen Allen Cheryl Jo 155,228 David Eric Gary Floyd 228 Lewis Peamian Marcia Jan Crane 228,156 Martin Roy 73 Raleigh Edward Jr. Allen Robert Roy 228 Allen Vllilliam Ellis 228 Alley Alley , Jackie Darrel 228 , Thomas Jefferson 228 Anderson, David Lee 228,140 150,148,168 Adams, John Patrick 226 Adams, John Quincy 181 Adams, Linda J. Tennyson 226 Adams, Patricia Marlene 226 Adams. Randy 226 Adams, Richard Gerald 227 Adkins, Ronald Mac 227 Adkins, Ross Dresden 227 Adkins, Russell Ben 227 A.Hlerbach. Sharon K. 227 Agnew, Marvin Louise 152,156 Aguirre, Femando R. Aguirre, Helen Aguirre. Lydia Belia 227 Aguirre, Richard R. 167 Aguirre , Ruben Rodriguez 227 Aishmaii, Lawrence Edward Allgood, John Landon 228 Allison, Charles Ottis Jr. 228 Almanza, Avelina 228 Alred, Edward Clayton 134 Alvarado, Carlos Xavier 228,167,136 Alverson, james Ellie Amato, Charles Jr. 228 Amburgey, Lanita C, Brown 228,161 Ames, Jimmie Vfilliam 228 Amos, Bonnie Beth 228,53 Amos, Gary Orlando Aishman. Thomas Jeffery 227 Aitken, John Joseph Akers, Robert Mark 227 Akin. Bobbie Kay Burton 227 Galen B. 227 Albarran, Columbo Ocampri Albert, Carolyn P. Pope Albro, Beverly Carol 130,227,131 Alcala, Gilda Jane Alflridge, Bobby DBlt1ir1 Aldridge, Lanny Dwayne 227 Aldridge, Randall Douglas 227,114 Alexander, Jerry Lynn 227 Alexander, Jimmy Douglas 227,172, Anderegg, Anderson, Glenda Laverne 228 Bobby Frank Anderson, Charles Albert 73 Anderson. Dale Wayne 228 Anderson, Daniel Lee 228,53 Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Douglas Howard 228 Henry Dee 228 Isabel Martin 150 Armstrong, Vfilliam H. Arnn, Jamie Christopher 228 Amold, Dixon Jay I1 Arrott, Deborah F. VVilliams 228 Arwine, Nancy Elaine 228 Ashby, Mary Mavis 229 Ashe, Judy C. Ashley, Gary Leroy 229 Ashton, YVilliam Lee 229 Askew, Guy XVyat't 152.229 Atkins, Allen Joseph Atkinson, David D, Attaway, Ronald Rex Auer, George J. Ault, Jessie Jo 229 Austin, Jerry Phillip 73,79 Avery, George P. Awalt, Randell Glen Axsom, John M, Aycock, David Richard 22.9 Aycock, Gene Vemon Ayers, Connie Rose 229 Ayers, Jerry XV. 164 Ayers, Tommy Dean Baca, Louis Charles 229 Bachrnan, Dianne 229,53,1-12 Backus, Nelda 168 Barager, Catherine Lynn 230 Barbee, Gay Ann Gabbart Barbee, Johnny Lee 230 Barber, Billy Ray Barber, Gary Ray 230,132 Barfield, Mary Davena 230 Barker, Joe Carl Barker, Michael Jerry 230 Barker, Wanda Kay Murr 230 Barnard, Jerry F. 134,230 Barnes, Mary C. Towner Barnes, Nolvia Gaylyn 230 Barnes, Phillip Murphy 230 Barney, Ganfy Lee Bamhill, Danny Paul 230 Barragan, George Rizo 230,167 Barrandey, Raymond C. 231 Barrera, Alejandro F. 231 Barrera, Hortensia 231 Barrett, Bobby Merle Barron, Michael Barry, Claudia Jo Anderson, Jacquelyn Brown Anderson. Kathleen Anderson, Leslie Gene 228 Anderson, Neil Bailey Anderson, Nick Gene 73 Anderson, Randolph Robert 228 Andrade, Sammy 228 Anthony, Linda Lea 228 Anthony, VVeldon Eugene Jr. 228 Appel, Lonnie Dean 228 Appleton, Lois A. Landrum 168 Archer, Alvin Maurice 228 Archer. Barbara L. Alford 228,161 180 Alexander, Joe Mark Alexander, John Laurence Alexander, Mary D'Anna 227 Alexander, Mickey Darliri 227 Alexander, Ronny Dale 227 Alexander. .2-te rlnif 12. 10-1,103 L Alford, Jalie Lyvin 227 Allairp, Patrai- 1 r ans 225,150 Allard, Betty .un- Allarfl, Raymond 1,fHiLl Alldredge, Darrell NX :ijvrie lil Archer, P. J. Bostwick Archer, Rebecca Louise Argo, Zona Zee 228 Arhelger, Marvin Robert 228,49 Arle-dge, Kay Elaine 228 Armstrong, Anne Farrior 228 Armstrong John Timothy 228 Amistrong, Linda Marie 228 Armstrong, Robert Paul Armstrong, XVayne Gregory 228 Badgett, Reggie VVendell 229 Baggett, Stanley W. Bailey, Frances E. Goodman 150 Bailey, Marjorie L. VVillner Bailey, Nannette Bain, Alvin Joe 229 Baird, David Glenn 229 Baird, Joseph Rodney 229 Baird, Stephen Franlclin 229 Baker, Carolyn Sue 229 Baker, Gary Neil Baker, James Coleman 229 Baker, Randall 229 Baker, Roy W'esley '71,74,73 Baker, Royce Dean 229 Baker, Sharron Marie 229,76,95,90 Baker, Verdena M. Curtis 229 Baker, XVeldon Dane 229 Bale, M. Jane 229 Balkum, Jodie Kathryn 229 Ball, Judy Ann 229,157 Ball, Patricia Ann 229 Banister, Deborah Gayle 230 Banks, Michelle Harding 230 Bankston, Billy Gail 230,132 Bara, Dolores H. 230 Bartnicke, Anne Lin 231 Bartnicke, Raymond Frank Bartz, Theresa Sue 231 Bates, Billie Jean Schneider 231,152, 115.146 Batko, Daniel Edward 231,181 Baucom, Andrea Laveryn Baucom, Virginia Fae Bauer, Katherine Sue 231 Bauerlein, David Neil Baxter, Robert Jackson 231 Barter, Virginia Darlene Beach, Mary Martha 231 Beach, Stephen YVayne 231 Beadles, Larry Bruce 231 Beal, Zeddie Lynn 231 Beam, Judy Gayle 231 Bea.m, Raymond W. 231 Bean, Jim Neal 231,262,132,165 Bean, Kenneth Eugene Bean, Paul Walter 157 Beane, Jackie Wayne Beasley, Charles Walter 134,231 Beauchamp, Lou Ann 231 Beauchamp, Michael O'De1l Beck, Buddy Duncan 231,157 Beck, Donald Bradley 231 Bedford, Rita Gayle Harris Beekman, Danny George 231 Beene, Ramey Carroll Beeson, Mary 94 Behrens, Marsha 231,182,18,179,203 16,172,65,94,15,182,185 Belcher, Becky L. 231 Belew, James Thomas Bell, Alton Douglas 231 Bell, Carol V. Sutherland Bell, James Calvin Bell, Lloyd T. 231 Benavides, Johny Benavidez, Emma Esther Benes, Howard Fred 232 Benes, John Henry 232 Benitez, Rudy Benner, Terry Don 232 Bennett, Blaine Elliott 232 Bennett, Rudy Hilton 232 Bennett, Tommie J. Elliott Benningfield, Ronald Glenn 232 Benson, Grace Lynell 232 Benson, Gregory Howard 232 Benson, Lee Harry 232 Benson, Mildred Jo 232 Benson, Steve Don 232,73 Benson, William Earl 232 Bentley, James Stanley Bentley, Jerry Lynn Benton, Pat Lowery 58 Benton, Ray Owen Benton, Richard James 232 Berg, Joe Harley Bergland, Kathleen E. Bemhardt, Esther L. Cauham Bemhardt, George Paul Bemier, Shelia Yvonne 232 Berry, Elsie Earwood Berry, Lawrence Paul 232 Berscheidt, Tom Leroy 232 Bertzyk, William James 232 Bibb, William Jackson Bickel, James Stanley 232 Bigard, Barbara Jane 35,166 Bigbee, Ronnie Mack 232 Biggs, Richard Edward Billings, Travis Ray 232 Billingsley, Gary Brian 232 Billo, A. J. Billo, Jo Ann 232 Bird, Marion E. Grommds 232 Birdsley, David Bmw Birkhead, Jimmy Birtchet, Cindy Louise 232 Bishop, Allen Chester 232 Bishop, Chane David Bishop, Larry Alan 232 Bishop, Zelda Joan Doyle 130 Bivens, Juanita Diana 232 Black, Donald Wade Black, Gary Bryan Black, Martha Owen Black, Robert Leon 232,85 Black, Sherry Gay 232 Blackbum, Judi Donna 232 Blair, Alfred Eugene Blair, Doyle Roy 232 Blair, John Marshall, Jr. Blair, Judy Lynn McMinn 232 Blair, Timothy Brooks 232 Blalock, Georgianna 232,90 Blankenship, Etha J. Oliver 232 Blasdell, Larry Don 232 Blasdell, Patsy J. Carswell 232 Blasdell, Thomas Michael 232 Bleacher, Bobby David 232 Bledsoe, Cynthia Lou.ise 232 Bledsoe, Robert Dee 233 Block, Dennis Wayne 233 Block, Diana Marie 227,233,21,17, Block, Janelle Elizabeth 233 Block, Michael Joseph 233,172 Block, Patricia Ann 233 Bloodworth, Bert Rice 233 Bloodworth, Carl Emest Bloodworth, Lonnie Earl Bloodworth, Trudy K. 233 Blythe, David Carroll 233 Bode, Mary Lee 233 Boedeker, Dana Annis 129,233 Bolding, Donald James Bolding, Marcella A. Lowery Bolin, Vicki Gail 233 Bolling, Sterling R. Jr. Bolton, Gary Clarence Book, Betty Jo 233 Book, Fred David 233 Book, Larry Bemard 233 Book, Thomas Lynn 233 Booker, David Lynn 233 Bordelon, James Elliott Bormaster, Harold Jay Boswell, Bonnie 179 Boswell, Steven Vance 233 Bourg, Mary Connell 233,146 Bourg, Wilfred M. Jr. 233 Bowen, Gary Lee 134,233 Bowers, Thomas Daniel Bowlin, David George 233 Bowlin, Robbie Nell Jones Bowman, Janice 233 Box, William Don 233 Boxley, Lesley Leroy 233 Boyd, Donald Lynn Boyd Donna Mae 234 Bunn, Wayne Lee Burdett, Steven Russell Burk, Barbara Nell 237,58 Burk, Jeny Dean 237 Burk, John D. 237 Burke, Alice Ruth 237 Burke, Barbara Lynette 237 Burke, Sandra Ann 237 Burke, Walter Lee Caruth, James Montgomery Caruthers, Randee Fawcett Caruthers, Robert Hugh Carver, John Thomas, Jr. 239 Casarez, Arturo Cuarez, Minerva M. Casbee Casey, Casey, r, Carol Lee 239 Gary Lee 239 Janice Annette 239 Boyd: Boyd, BOWL Gary Lee 234 Howard Steven Michael Paul 234 Boyd, Richard Porter 234 Boydstun, Wanda Jeanne 234 Boyer, Boyle, Gladys Josephine Lesley Curtis Braden, Anna Ruth 234,161,115,146 Braden, Amold Dean 234 Braden, David Patrick, Jr. 234 Bradford, Sarah E. Saffold 234 Bradford Sula Ka 234 v Y Bradshaw, Alton Stephen 234 Bradshaw, Casey Alton 234 Braly, Charles James Bramlet, Kathy Louise 234 Brandenburg, Jeanette M. Branham, Van Arlon Branum, Sandra Jo Pickens Brauns, Stephen Linn Braymer, Mary L. Robertson Brazell, Delton Lee 234 Breeding, Gerald Wayne 134,234 Breeding, Margaret Bonner Breithaupt, Karen Jane 234,301,94 Brewer, Eulabell Luthy 234,147,148 Brewer, Gary Nowlin 234,174,181 Brice, Paul Ramsey Bridges, Graham W. Brienza, William Michael Briggs, James Fred, Jr. 234 Briley, Briley, Bill Warren 234 Bobby James 235 Brimer, Glenda Nell 235 Briscoe, John Edward 235 Bristow, Bill Lafette 235 Brnovak, Gaylon Joe 235 Broadfoot, Ronnie Warren 235 Broadrick, Ronald Wayne 235,106, 105 Brodbeck, Dwight Allen 235 Brookfield, Delvin I..ee 235 Brooks, Beverly Frances 235 Brooks, Charles Davis 235,161 Brooks, Deborah Lynn 235,127 Brooks Brooks , Jeny Glenn 235 , Larry 235 Brooks, Walter Edward Burkett, Eddie Clarke 237,38,105 Burleson, Glen Ray 237,53 Burnes, Bill Ray 237 Burnett, James Daniel, Jr. 237,140, 141 Burnett, Thomas R. 237 Bumey, Steven Blaine Burnham, William Jesse, Jr. 237 Burns, Jerry Dwight 16,74,73 Burns, John R. Bums, Kenneth Dan 148 Bums, Marvin Richard 237 Bums, William Thomas Burpo, Linda Faye Jones 237 Burr, James E. 237 Burrell, Don Earl 71,75,73,2ll,79, 171 Burrell, Jo Ann 237,175 Burroughs, Sue Bradley 237,116,147, 146,148 Burrows, Linda S. Muhle 237 Burrus, Janice May Urban 237 Burton, Karen Ruth 194 Busby, Dennis Wayne 237 Bush, James Howard Bussey, Carl Nolan 238,31 Buster, Walter Vaughan 238 Butler, Alta Lee 238 Butler, Ronald Wayne Buttery, Gary Lee 238 Buxkemper, Linda Ann 238,179,94 Byerly, Robert H. 238 Bynum, Roy Alvin 238 Byrd, Danny Mack 238 Byrd, Mary Judy 238,116,147 Byrne, Clyde Darrell 238 Caballero, Julia 238,152,322,162 Caballero, Maria J. Lopez 238 Caballero, Richard Sanchez 238 Caifey, Teddy Lee 238,53,l41 Cain, Carolyn Louise 238 Cain, Patricia A. Crochet Caias, Joe, Jr. Caldwell, William J. 238 Calhoun, Daniel Baker 238 Calk, Eldon Thomas, Jr. 238,52 Cash, Ellen J. Cason, Rodney Steven 239,73,79,83 Castaneda, Eligio H. 240 Castillo, A. Mario 240,132,133 Castleberry, Donna L. S. 168 Castleberry, Eugene Earl 240,161, 165,156 Castro, Alex Perez Castro, Frank Castro, Hector T. 240 Cates, Dorthea S. Frierson Cates, Joseph Amett 240 Cates, Martha Elaine 240 Cathers, Earl Robert 240,59,5B Cathers, Mary Elizabeth 240 Caves, Clint Harvey 240 Cavness, Patricia S. Nixon 240 Cavolina, Michael David Cedillo, Lydia 240 Centilli, Frank Robert, Jr. 240 Cervantez, Rebecca Chipman 240 Chambers, Donald Dean Chambers, Thomas Norman 240,132 Chandler, Anthony Lane Chandler, J. Yvonne Gamer 240,161 Chaney, Iris June 240,53,142 Chaney, William Fred 240 Chapman, Darlene G. Wright Chapman, Deborah Jo 240 Chapman, Larry Dean 240.164 Chapman, Stephen Earl 240 Chapple, Howard Harland 240,149 Charles, Luis Charlesworth, Jo Ann 240 Chasak, Tommy Wayne 240 Chastain, Paula Jo Miller Cheaney, Peggy L. Harrison Chesnut, James William 240 Chesnut, Linda Gene Quick 62,240 Chiha, George 241 Chiha, Salim K. Childers, Gayle 241,34,166 Childress, Billie L. 241 Childress, Dwain Pinson 241 Childs, John Earl Chislock, Thomas Mark Chitsey, Jerry Dale 241 Brookshire, Carolyn Rae Broome, Michael Wesley 235,100,101 Brothers, Garry Wayne Brothers, Reginal Louis Brotberton, Ernmitt Ray 235 Brotherton, Janet Kay Browder, Jan Frances 235 Brown, Alexander, Jr. Brown, Beverly Sue 235 Brown, James Everette Brown, Larry Winston Brown, Mary Elouise Baker Brown, Mary Janette 235 Brown, Michael David 132,165 Callan, Rebecca Leah Calvert, Steven L. 238 Calzada, Isidoro, Jr. 238 Cammack, Ernest Wayne 238 Campbell, Bud Wayne 238 Campbell, Charles William 238 Campbell, Cherie V. Lavert Campbell, Gary Scott 238 Campbell, Campbell, Campbell Judy Ann 238,254 Lark Samuel Lawrence S. Canfil, David Key Cantu, Lydia M. 239,167 Caraway, Deborah Florence Cardinas, Victoria Maedgen 239 Choate, Victor W. 241 Choice Chom, , Ronald Ray Roger Dale Bryan Chriesmon, Maurice Christian, Barbara Askins 241 Chumley, Lana Craig Chumley, Sam Houston III 241 Churchill, Nelwyn Sue King Churchill, Ronda Sara Clark, Alvie L. Milford 241,197 Clark, Frankie J. Neel 241 Clark, Gary Lynn Clark, George Lynn Clark, Jerry Dwayne Clark, Larry Charles 241.132 Brown , Robert Hillman 157 Brown, Robert Thomas 235 Brown, Sharon Ann Seaton Brown , Sharron Regina Brown, Thomas Maurice 152,146 Carey, Jeane Anne 130.239 Carleton, Fredson Williams Carlson, John Edward II 50 Calton, Dugan Wood III 239 Clark, Larry Wayne 241,311,164 Clark, Susan Marie 241 Clarke, James Michael 53,73,140,141 Clarke, Thomas James 241 Browne, Brenda Ann 55 Browning, Harvey Wayne 236 Bruce, Billie D. Sarver Bruce, Paula Ann 236 Bruce, Richard Carl 236,53 Brumfield, Edwin W., Jr. 236,34,35, 24,25,166 Brunson, Harlin 236,58 Bruton, Donald Wallace 236 Bryan, Frankie D. Mitchell 236 Bryan, Gaylan Edsell 236,53 Bryan, Sunny Ann 236 Bryant, Beverly Jan 236 Bryant, Jerry Lee 236 Bubenik, Betty Jane 236 Bubenik, Joyce Francine 236,152,169 166,30 Buchanan, Gregory Lee 236 Buchanan, James H. 236,56,57,47,43, 62,61,60,65 Buck, Brenda Jane 236 Buck, Perry Lee 236,115,146,149 Buck, William Garnett 236,85 Buhay, John George 236 Bulger, Gary A. 236 Bundage, S. B. Cames, Carolyn Jean Cames, Harold Stephen 73 Cames, Lonnie Dale 239 Cames, Paul Dennis Camey, Patricia Jo 239 Carpenter, J. W. Carr, Brenda K. Carr, Buff Carr, Eldene Jack 239 Carr, Kenneth Lyle 239 Carr, Nancy Elois Byrd Carrell, Morgan Douglas Carrico, Carley Greer 239 Carr-iker, Jackie Pat Carriker, Mary Beth 239 Carroll, Yvonne I. Chavers 239,168 Carruth, Judy Ann 239 Carson, Don Richard Carter, Bobby Joe 239 Carter, Craig Earl 134,239 Carter, Garth Michael 239 Carter, Joe Nathan 239 Carter, Keith Devem 239 Carter, Marian J. Burrow 239 Carter, Neta Sue Thomas 116 Carter, Ronald Dale 239 Carter, Starla Ann 239,158 Clarkson, Mavis Clawson, Johnny Warreh Clay, Curtis J. 241 Clay, Vemon James Clayton, James W. 241 Clemens, Mariana Catherine 66,67, 248,130 Clements, Floyd Wayne 241 Cleppe r, Randel Roy Cleveland, Gerald P. Click, Carol Jean 241,77,90 Clifton, Kandace Dann Clifton Clifton , Randy Scott 241 , Vicki Lee 241,50,166,182,184 Cloudt, Caroline 242 Coates, Gary Lee 242 Coates, Roy Fleet 242 Cobb, Allan Eugene 242,140 Cobb, James Ralph 242 Cobb, Joyce Ann 242,58 Cochra n, Phillip Mitchell Cochran, Rhonda Susan T. 146 Cody, Andrew Earl 242 Coe, William Ayers 242 Coffee, Michael Wayne Coffey, William Curtis Coggin, Mary Ruth Cogley, William Thomas Coker, David Marion Colby, Billy Walter, Jr. 242 Cole, Andrew Lawrence 242 Cole, Anita L. Allbritton Cole, Kenneth Lee 242 Coleman, Janice Gayle Coleman, Susan Hope 242,57,46 Colgin, Suzanne 242 Collard, Edward Spencer 242 Collett, James Lee 242,149 Collie, James Ray 134,242 Collier, Ira Cecil Collins, Charles Garland 242 Collins, Donald Jackson 242 Cruse, Diana L. Bailey Cruse, Jerry M. 244 Crusetumer, Gary Nonnan 244 Cuellar Ayda Hernandez Cuellar, Eliozar Lara 244 Cuellar, Robert Mario 244 Culbertson, John William Cunibie, Linda Lee Cummings, James Lee Cunnin ham Helen R. S , Cunningham, Jeannette Sue Cunningham, Martha Ellen 244 Cunningham, Sharon Sue 244,53,l43 Cunningham , William Arthur 73 Cunningham, Woodrow Wilson 244 Collins Joseph L. Cupp, William Alfred 244,132 Collins, Marilyn R. Magill Collins, Wyvonne 242 Collom, James Larry Combest, William E. 242 Comiskey, James Terrance Compton, Johnny Lee 242 Compton, Richard Jefferson Compton, William Richard 242 Currie, Ella Susan 244 Currie Wilma Joyce 244 curse' Deborah Kay 244,158 Curtis, 145 Debreah Eileen 244,152,144, Curtis, George Cusano, Arthur Paul, Jr. DeVoll, Donald Glen 247 DeVoll, Ronald Len 247 DeWoody, Wesley Everett Dews, Kathy D. 248 Diaz, Jimmy Hidalgo 248 Dicke, Emma Elisa 248 Dickehut, Paddy Sue 248,58,129 Dickens, Marion Boyd Dickinson, Robert Gentry Dickson, Gary Lyn 248,235 Dickson, Hiram Andrew 248 Dickson, Lewis Wyatt 248 Dierschke, Glenn Emmanuel 248 Dierschke, Monroe Paul, Jr. 248,117, 172,146,149 Dierschke, Patricia Diana 248,158, 172 Dierschke, Ray Allan 249 Dill, Rick Craig Dillard, Monte Roy 249 Dillard, Shirley Ann 249 Dillon, Larry Wayne 249 Dirksir, David 23 Conaway, Minnie Wilson Condon, Barbara Lee 242 Conley, Evans Quinn 242 Conley, Kay Frances Connell, Kenneth Clark Conner, Donald Earl 242 Conner, Phyllis Lenell 162 Connolly, Candice Jenkins Contreras, Richard Allen 243 Cook, James Vincent D'Andrea, Sandra Marie 21,156,15, 136 Dabney, Jo Lynn 244,156,24,25 Dacy, Benny Fred Danaher, Philip Cody 244 Daniel, Elizabeth Lee 245,130 Ditto, Dianna M. 249,161 Dixon, Billy Thomas 249 Dixon, Dixon, Curtis Waymond 249 Neva Sue 249 Dixon, Steven Wayne Dixon, William H. Doan, Gaylon Boot 249 Daniel , Margaret Ann 245,152,130 Daniel, Richard Daniel , Robert Eugene 245 Daniels, Dan 73,79,83 Cook, John A. 243 Cook, Loretta L. Stewart Cook, Richard Joseph Cooke, Kay Francis 243 Cooke, Rhea Neill 243 Cooksey, Beverly Gail 243 Cooksey, Robbie Gail 243 Cooper, Ellen Candice 243,130 Daniels, Marsha Ann 245 Dankworth, Janett Wade 245 Dankworth, John Claybum Darden, William E. III 245 Daugherty, Charles Wade 245,107, 105 Daugherty, Mary Spraggins Daugherty, Wesley Earl 245 Cooper, Joseph Elzavan Copeland, John Gay Corases, George William 243,127 Corbell, Kay Burlene 243,172 Corder, Richard Milton 243 Corder, Timothy Scott 76,77,134,243 Corley, Deborah Lynne 243 Corley, Nelda J. Venable 159,243 Comell, Sybil T. Coslett, Dorothy Belle Cosper, Don Kerry 243 Costello, Victor J. Couch, Diana Kay 243 Coughenour, Raymond Lorin Counts, James Samuel 243 Counts, Karen Anne 172 Counts, Linda G. Gregston Counts, Robert James Courtion, Charles Emile 243 Covey, James David 243 Covington, Ted M. Cowan, Frances Roan 243 Cowan, Harry Leland 243 Cowan, Waylon Dee Cox, Andrea 243 Cox, Cathy 243 Cox, Cox, Donald Craig 243 Donna Joy Cox, Frederick Taylor 164 Cox, Gary Wayne 243,85 Cox, M. Frances Musgrave 243 Cox, Cox, Marsha Ellen 243 Sharon Elaine 243,172,179 Davalt, Ellen F. Moore Davenport, Gary Lee 134,245 Davidson, Barharra Joan Davidson, Clarence F. III 245,180 Davidson, Samuel Harley 245 Davies, Walter Craig 245 Davis, Alana 245 Davis, Arthur Donald Davis, Barry Lynn Davis, Carol Jane 245 Davis, Connie Sue Davis, Danny Ray 245 Davis, Dwane Davis, Davis, Dwight 246 Florine Velma 246 Davis, Garry Dayne 246 Davis, Jacquelyn Ruth 246 Davis, James Louis Davis, Lester Franklin Davis, Lydia Bond Davis, Lynne Francine 246 Davis, Rita Nell 246,158,67 Dawson, Linda Lou Wieland Day, Deborah 246,22 Day, Jonny Mac 246 Dayton, Charles E. Dean, Carl Travis 246 Dean, Keith William 246 Dean, Mary D. Reischman 246 Dean, Peggy Jane 246 Deatherage, Diane 246,58 Deaton, Jesse Mark 246 Deaton, Mattie E. Jordan Cox, Sherry Lynn Coy, Samuel Lee 243 Coyan, John Dennis 134,243 Cozby, Bertha Texanna 243 Craig, Kathryn Elizabeth 243 Craig, Michael Floyd 243 Stanley Craig Cranford, Cranford, Crawford Crawford Frances Mitscher Robert Mitchell 243 Cynthia Ann 243,254 Debbie Ila Lee 243 Crawford Lauren J. Simpson Crawford, Rebekah Ann 243 Crawford, Ronnie Dale 243 Crawford, Creath, Kay 243 Creel, Robert William, Jr. 243,160 Crellin, Cynthia Ellen 243 Crisp, Albert Dewey Cross, Jimmy Don 244 Crossno, Jime George 244 Crouch, Gary DeWayne 244 Crouch, William Kinard 262,19,108 Crow, Douglas A. Crownover, Lois Ann 244,276 Crum, Jo Ann Cook Crump, Suzanne E. Rogers 244 Crunk, Billie Frank Deaver, Lynn Jerlline 246 Deaver, Veta Carol 247,179 DeChearo, Mary Nell 247 Decker, Phillip Jeffrey 247,180 DeCordova, Mary B. Taylor DeCuir, Sharon Hortense 247 Deel, Donald Wayne Jr. 247 DeFeo, Michael Anthony Dehnel, Martha Louise 247,158 DeLeon, Amoldo 247,150 DeLeon, Diana 247 DeLoera, Jessie Louis DeLong, Ronald Joseph 247,52 Delz, Ronnie Lee 247 DeMarco, Michael Lee DeMent, William Leon 22,73 DeMere, Jon Robin 247 Dempsey, Elaine 247 Dendle, Elmer George, Jr. 247 Dendle, Nancy Sue 247,67 Denison, Rozanne 247,58 Denniston, Ann Webster 247 Densman, Ricky Lee 247 DePaolo, William DePauw, Floyd L. 52 Derrick, Dan Christopher Desmone, Richard Dennis Dobler, Kathleen Marie 249,161 Dodd, Carl Thomas 65,182,250,289, 183,136 Dodd, Kathryn Louise 146,250 Dodds, Martha Ann Moseley Dodson, Elsie Gayer Dodson, Vickie C. Wampler Dolan, John Eugene Dominguez, Richard T. 250 Donalson, Joy Marie 250 Dooley, Esta Lucile 250 Dorrance, Derrell Dean 250 Dorrance, Doris J. Lummus Doss, Linda Sue Douglas, Dennis Lee 250 Downey, Beth Fern 250 Downs, Randall C. Doyal, Bobby Dean 250 Doyal, Terry Neal 250 Drake, Charles Alvin Drennan, Royce Lee 250 Drew, William Paul Dringman, David Bruce Dubbs, Paul David 250 Dublin, John Christopher Dubose, James Richard 250 Ducote, Cynthia Ann Latham Ducote, Randle Michael 250 Dudley, Tom Joe 250 Dudley, Tom Robert Duerksen, David Oliver Duerksen, Lynda Rue 250,150 Duesing, Philip Milo Duff, James Samuel, Jr. Duff, Sarie L. Booy Dufrain, Walter Floyd 250,157 Dugan, James Thomas 250 Duke, David Sims Dukes, Jackie Nelson 250,163 Dunaway, Ricky Royce Duncan, John Thomas Dunivan, Rea Eileen 250,153 Dunlop, Evelyn Diane 250 Dunn, Carll Briscoe Dunn, M. Elizabeth Brown 250 Dupre, Walter Joseph, Jr. Duran, George Duran, Yvonne Martinez Durgin, Wanda Beth 159 Durst, Douglas Glenn 250 Durst, Tommy Neal 250 Dusek, Bob William 250 Dusek, Calvin James 250 Dustin, Daniel Leroy Dye, Linda Katherine Beam Dyer, Jimmy Dale 250 Dyer, Richard Vick 250 Dyess, Tommy 250 Eades, Herbert Glenn 250 Eades, Thomas Elliott 250 Eagan, Beverly Diane 250 Earhart, Darrell 73 Easley, Stephen Michael 250 Easterwood, Connie Gaile B. 250 Easterwood, Michael Joe 250 Eaves, Billy Wayne Echols, Mike Owen 250 Eckert, Michael George Eckhardt, Robert 134,250 Eckols, Dollie S. Meredith Eckols, Eugene Michael Economidis, Bobbie A. Jones Economidis, George H. Edgerton, Margie Jane 250 Edling, Norman Espar Edwards, Margo Elizabeth 250,149 Edwards, Roylynn 250 Edwards, Stanley Leland 251 Eisenstein, Judith A. Licht Elder, Deborah Ann 251 Eliasen, Marcia Ruth 251 Ellett, Shirley Ann 251 Elliott, Robert Alvin Ellis, Elizabeth Loeffler 251 Ellis, James Robert 251 Ellis, Ralph Duwain 251 Ellison, Edna Darlene 251 Elorreaga, Nestor Caleb 251 Elstro, Larry Ralph Elswick, Elvin Roy Ely, Connie Regene Emanuel, Richard O'Neal 251 Emerson, Wymon Lee Emert, Tad Howard Emler, Florence R. Baker 153 Emmert, Theresa Jean 251 Enderby, Deborah Jean 251 Engelke, Mari Sue Scott 251,146 Engelking, William Ross England, Marilyn Gail 251 Engle, Karen Jo 251 Englert, Arlene Marie Englert, Susan Joyce 251 Enrlquez, Diana Sue Ensor, Delma Anna Qualls 251 Ervin, Elaine 251 Erwin, Debra Ann 251 Escalona, Sarah Sanchez 251 Escamilla, Edward Homer 251,86,85 93,90,99 Esco, Charles David Escobedo, Ida C. 251 Escobedo, Theresa 148 Escue, Freddie Lee 172 Escue, John Carl 251 Estes, Bessie Lea Estes, Lelah F. 251 Eubank, Robert Pen'y 251,117 Eubanks, Frances Glenn 251 Eubanks, G. Ray Eustis, Stevan Donald 134,251 Evangelista, Steven A. Evans, Elmer Stanly Evans, Evelyn Irene 251 Evans, Mary 251 Evans, Sue Ann 251 Everheart, Cynthia Holman 251 Everheart, Everett Eugene Evridge, Janie Evridge, Mary Margaret 251,94 Ewald, Sharon Elaine 251 Failing, Kathleen Ann 130 Falkner, Constance Elaine 251 Falkner, Joe Howard Fanning, Becky Suzanne 251 Fannon, M. Carolyn Pearce Fargo, Jane Jeffcott 251,179 Farina, Teresa Louise 146 Faris, Robert Whitney Farley, Beverly Emestine 251,166,131 Farmer, Clarence S. Faught, Larry Reed 251 Faught, Ronald Glenn 251 Fawcett, Diana Rochelle 251 Feist, Gary Lee 252 Feist, James Lee Feller, Ruth Ellen 252 Fellers, Garry Preston Fellers, Patricia A. Lane Fergeson, Richard Ryal 252 Femandez, Oneida Feuge, Roberta Ann Busby Fickling, Barbara Jean 252 Field, Douglas Ray 252 Fields, Merle Fields, Vance Winfrey 134,252 Finch, Clayton Ray Finch, Robert Lee 252 Fincher, Leona Merle 252 Fischer, Nelda Faye 252,35,169,166, 144 Fishel, Anna Catherine 252 Fisher, Danny Lee 252 Fisher, Ken Vance Fisher, Suzanne 252 Fiveash, Richard Lee 252 Flanagan, Keith Gary 31,-42,65 Flemming, Vallie Belann 252 Fletcher, George Earl 252 Florek, Michael Francis Flores, Edward Gonzales 252,66 Flores, Jerry Torres Flores, Joseph F. 252,136 Flores, Julia Guerrero 252 Flores, Mary Lou 252 Flores, Robert Castillo Floyd, Charles Michael 252 Floyd, Terry Hughes Flury, Carol Jean 253,53,142 Fluth, Janet Clare 253,182 Fly, Lyndon Bruce 253 Gibson, Ann Vlasta Gibson, Clifford Dale 256 Gibson, Joe Anderson 256 Gideon Terry Lynn 256 Gifford: Kenneth Eugene Gill, Bailey Michael Gill, H. Ernest, Jr. 256,52,141 cm, M ary Sue Bohannon 256,146,148 Gill, William David 11 Flynt, Herrell Byron 134,253,108 Fogle, Gary C. Foley, Lewis Bryant Foltz, Linda Diann 253 Fondersmith, David Lloyd 253 Ford, Billy John 253 Ford, Charles David 253 Ford, James Wade Ford, Terry Wayne 253 Forehaud, Stephen Bruce Forester, Jerry Don 253 Forester, Jesse P., Jr. 253 Forester, Sally C. Enault Foster, Gary Dean Foster, Philip Duane 253,513,140 Foster, Sherrilyn Kaye 253 Foster, Walton Arthur II 253 Fox, Jamie Dalton 253 Fox, John Wesley Franco, Alfred Alvidrez Franke, Jerome Herbert 254 Franke, Wayne Thomas 76,134,248, 254 Franken, Glen Darden 254 Franklin, Jim Robert 254 Fraser, Nancy 254,19,130,131 Frazier, Bonnie L. Corbell 254 Frediani, Denis D. Free, Ronnie Mack 254 Freeman, Barbara L. Marsh 254 Freeman, George Winston 254 Freeman, Georgia A. Frazier 254 French, Marion Glyn 254 Frerich, Tony Carl 254 Frey, Charles Henry 254,154 Fritz, Jeanette Marie 254 Fry, Cynthia 254,172,179 Fry, Richard Lewis 255,55 Fuchs, Dennis Albert 255 Fuchs, Freddy Joe 255,146,150 Fuchs, Glenda Ranell 255 Fuchs, Ralph Anthony 255 Fuentes, Olivia Pineda 255 Fuessel, Lorine D. Spieker Fulcher, James Shelton Fulgim, Karen 255 Fullerton, Brent Hudson 134 Fullerton, Teri T. Hassell Furman, Patricia Faye Gabler, Larry Glenn 255,34 Gage, Kenneth Ray 255 Gage, Linda Sue Owens 255 Gahr, Johnny Gaines, Gary Alan 73,83 Galey, Robert Dan Galindo, Adelita 255 Galindo, Manuel R. 255 Gall, Joseph John ' Gallemore, Brenda June 255 Gambala, Elmer L. Gann, Melodye Jayne 255 Gillard, Clark Rodney 164 Gilliland, Erma Jean Girvin, Barbara L. Jones Gist, Johnnie Sue Hyatt Givens, Kent Barr 256 Gladden, Cecil Patrick 256,134,160, 149 Glaeser, George Henry 256 Glass, Burnell William 256 Glass, John Alvin Glasscock, James Marvin 256 Gleason, Alan Edward 256 Glenn, Eddie Frank 257 Glenn, Gary Anthony Glenn, Janis 257 Glenn, Victor Clark Glimp, Guy Robert 257 Gloria, John Ybarra Glover, Phyllis Gober, Donald Reio Godbold, Mary Jeannette 257,94,182 Godwin, Lewis Cicero, Jr. 257,117, 146 Godwin, Paul Douglas 257 Godwin, Sherrie K. Carlton 257,152 Goenne, Myra Jane Tindall Goetz, Gary Lynn 257 Goff, Gaylia C. White Goldberg, Manny Goldberg, Richard Alan Gomez, Louis Gomez, Tony Torrez 257 Gregston, John Darvin 258 Grief, Catherine Laura 258,67 Griffin, Kathryn Lucile 258 Griffin, Ronald Grant Griffo, Glenn Grigson, Albert Clay, Jr. 258 Grindstaff, Robert Daniel Grinslade, Dewey Grissom, Mavis Jo Toby 258 Groat, Carl William 258 Grosshans, Charles 258 Grolmds, Joy Guenthner, Brian Lee Guenzler, Stephen George Guerrero, Nonna S. Galvan Gully, Diana Lyn 258 Gully, Jerome Frank 258 Gully, Sandra Kay 258 Gimter, Donna Kay 258 Curley, Johnny Oliver 259,186 Gustafson, Cheryl Kay 259 Guster, Embry Lloyd Gutierrez, Amoldo M. 259 Gutierrez, Dora 259 Gutierrez, Erasmo Jesus Gutierrez, Herlinda Gutierrez, Modesto S., Jr. 259 Gutierrez, Robert Uranga 259 Guy, Mark Sloan 259 Guy, Nancy Rose 259,172 Gwyn, Richard Amlor 259,236,59,58, 175,182,185 Haas, James Ronald Hacking, Nolan Slaugh Hackleman, Mary Elaine Hagelstein, Gregg Barsch 259 Hahn, Dewayne Edmon 135,259 Hahn, Linda Jean 259,58 Hahn, Margaret Ann 259 Hargrove, David Alton 262 Hargus, Ramona Elizabeth 262 Harkey, Suzanna Shuler Harlan, M. Willene Lockhart 262 Harlow, David Randall 262,149 Harlow, Oleta Harris Harlow, Timmy Douglas Harms, Karan E. Partrick Harp, Linda Jo Tune 262 Harp, Norris Dale 262 Harper, Gary Reid 262 Harper, Michael Evan Harper, Morris Aubrey 262 Harper, Nell C. Wilkins Harrell David Carrell 262 Harris, ,Deborah Lee 262 Harris, Dorotha Rene Harris, Jackie Lynn 262 Harris, Jerry Paul Harris, Judy Kathryn 262 Harris, Larry W. Gonzales, Jesusita 257 Gonzales, Jimmie Pete 257 Gonzales, Martha Martinez 257 Gonzales, Raymond, Jr. Gonzales, Sammy M. 257 Gonzalez, Bernice Montalvo 257 Gonzalez, Noe Goodm an, Patty Lynn 257 Goodness, Paul John 257 Goodwin, Larry Earl 73 Hamilton, Bern ard Franklin Garcia, Albert Carrille 255 Garcia, George A. Garcia, Gloria 255,153 Garcia, J. Guadalupe Garcia, Julia Gutierrez 255,167 Garcia, Leonor 255 Garcia, Maria Antoinette 255,94 Garcia, Garcia, Mario Alberto 255 Sabino 255 Gard, Leila Peyton Goodwin, Mary Lurae 257 Gookin, Diane Marie Abel Gordano, Nanette Ann 257 Gordon, Kelly Gene 257 Gossett, David Allen 257 Goswick, Jormie Wayne 257 Gotcher, Carel Lynn 257 Gotcher, Jackie Lindell 257 Gottschalk, Eddie Marie 257 Gould, David Mahlan 257,l51,152, 134 Gould, Paula Lou Davis Gould, William Gordon Graf, David Paul 257 Graf, Laura Elizabeth 257,54,57,44, 45,47 Grafa, Sarah Ellen 257 Graham, Bobby Dwayne 257 Graham, Gwendola Sue 257,129,128 Graham, Vicki Carlene Granado, Amador Carrasco 257 Grantham, Ronald Douglas Grantham, Rosalind Gail 257 Granzin, Stacy Albert Grass, William M. Graves, Deborah Ann 257,52,142,143 Hail, Deborah Ann 259 Hail, Gene Warren Hair, Sherry Marisa 259 Haire, David Randy 259,52 Halbert, Norma Kay Mund 259 Hale, Bonnie Ann Boswell Hale, Evelyn Joy Chaney Hale Marcus Edward 259 Hale, Michael Vaughan 259 Haley, John D. II 259 Haley, Johnny Mack Halfm ann , Bobby Joe 260,172 Halfmann, Charles Emest 260 Halfmann, Diane Theresa 260 Halfmann, Gary Lynn 260 Halfmann, Janelle Ann 260 Halfmann, Janice Marie 260,151, 163,146,30 Halfmann Jo Ann 260 Halfmann Joyce Marie 260,248,182 Halfmann June Louise 260,118,146 Halfmann Louis Arthur Halfmann Marsha A. Pinson 260 Halfmann Roland Ross 260 Halfmann Ruth Ann 159,260 Halfmann, Sharon Gayle 260 Halfmann Shen'y Ann 260 Halfmann H alfmann Steven Edward 260 I Wanda sue 30,159,260 Hall Bonnie Ruth 260 Han: Deryl Ann Dunagan 260 Harris, Marylou 262,179 Harris, Michael Roy Harris, Rachel Ellen 263,43,64 Harris, Richard Loye 263 Harris, Sandra Jeanne 263,129 Harris, Sarah Jane 263 Harris, Sharon Lavon 263 Harrison, Arthurlyn Carol 263 Harrison, David Earl 263,246,100 Harrison, Ronald Lea 263 Harriss, Marian Alene 263 Harrod, Cynthia Sue 263,179 Harrod, Mary Lillian Harrod, Mary P. Hart, James Rufus III Hart, Lawrence L. Hart, Virginia L. Windedahl Hart, William Louis 263 Hartgrove, Winfield M., Jr. Hartman, Condry 263,107,105 Hartman, Doyn Ray 263 Harvey, Doug Wayne 263 Harwell, Tommye Sue Price 263 Hanke, Paul VVoodrow, Jr. 65,265 Hasty, Johnny 53 Harley, Jerry Wayne 265 Haun, Janeen Clements 265 Havlak, Maurice John 265,20,l32 Havlak, Sandra Kay 265,172 Hawkins, Margaret Ann 265 Hawkins, Martha Jan 265 Hawley, Ben Bradley 265 Hayes, Tommy Carl, Jr. 265,105 Hayman, Doyle Russell Haynes, Garland Weston 265 Haynes, James David 265 Haynes, Sheila Lois 265 Hays, Marsha Hays, Nita Sue Hazel, James William 265 Head, Brenda Dian 265 Head, Milton Jerry 135,265 Headstream, Patricia 146 Heam, Jack Melton, Jr. 265 Hedges, Johnny Lynn 73 Hedrick, James Dwight 265 Heflin, Gary Lee 265 Heinze, Marilyn Jo 265,172,156 Helmers, Deborah Jane 265 Helms, Owen Riely 265 Hall, James Ray 260 Hall, Lewis Wallace Hall, Marvin Eugene 260 Hall, Patricia Ann 261 Hall, Randy Hershal 261 Hall, Susan Lynette 261,292 Gray, Barbara Joy 257,35 Gray, Murray Alan 257 Halley, Debra G. 261 Halley, Jackie Dewayne 261 Gray, Peggy Glenn Arnold Gray Randall Paul Garner, Michael Loy Garrett, Jack Edwin 255,58 Garrett, John Thomas 255 Garrison, Gary Elbert Garza, Pedro Martinez, Jr. Garza, Rodolfo 255 Garza, Santiago 0 Gaston, Johnny Wesley 255 Gaston, Michael Lawrence Gaston, Walter Wallace, Jr. 256 Gay, David William 256 Gray: Sheron Wyvonne 257 Grayson, Jerry Don Green Billy Carnell 67 Green: David Lester 257 Green, Green Floyd Alan 257 Kathryn Francys 257 Green: Patsy Aim Balch 257 Green, Sharon Lynette 258 Green, Sherri Merlene 130 Green, Vikki Carol Green, Wyvone 258,178 Hambright, Jim Bob Hamilton, Charles Ray 261 Hamilton, David Earl 261 Hamilton, Jim Weldon 261 Hamilton, Nelson Hayne Hamilton, Pamela Daugherty Hammons, Walter L. Henderson, Aubrey Lynn 265 Henderson, Brenda S. Brenfz 265 Henderson, Charles Alan 265 Henderson, Janet Lou 265,18,22,130 15 ' Henderson, Mary J. Gorman Henderson, Perry Neil 265,67 Henderson, Richard S. Henderson, Sam Houston, Jr. 265 Henderson, Stanley Robert Hamner, Darrell Leland Hampton, Jack Gordon, Jr. 261 Hampton, Judy Ann 261,11B,l56, 146,148 Haney, Syble Fay Stoner Henderson, William David 265,160 Hendrick, John Stephen Hendricks, Cecil Edward 265 Hendrix, Mary Antoinette 265 Hendrix, Paul Gail Hendrix, Vallene Kay 265 Henke, Larry Alfred 265 Hennessy, Eileen Winnifred 265 Henry, Erle Allan 265 Henry, Jacqueline Swinney Henry, Paul Lester Gay, R onald Craig 256 Geeslin, Don Kent Geeslin, Glenda Gayle 256,94 Gelwicks, Frank Irven Gentry, David Tyson 256,249,85 George, Jerry Lee 256 George, John Michael 256 George, Pamela Jean 256,152 Gerber, Herman Louis 256 Gibbs, Sand Greene, Aaron Willick Greenhill, Mary Lena Greening, Ann R. 258 Greening, Michael Wayne 258,181 Greenwood, Dalton Robert 258 Greer, Margaret 258,156 Gregg, Garland Dale 258 Gregg, Kyle Stanley 258 Gregston, Doris Lynn 258 Gregston, Eastena Brown Hanks, Cherylene Sue Hansen, Richard Dean 262 Hanson, Rebecca Jean 262 Hanson, Richard Dean 262 Hanson, Sandra Kay 262 Harbaugh, Richard Wallace Harbison, Pamela Sue Hard, Meredith Thomas 262 Hardy, Paula Beth 262 Hargrove, Connie Hill 262 Henslee, Patricia J. Keyes Henson, Clinton Earl Henson, Connie Jo 265,152 Henson, Frances Houston Henson, Glen Dale Henson, Jennifer Kay 265,179 Henson, Henson, Kim Allen 265 Robert Morse 265 Hemandez, Delia 265 Hemandez, Erminia Herndon Jeffries, Francis Michael Herrera, Hemandez, Joe Euardo 265 Hernandez, Martin E. 266 Hernandez, Mary Lou 266,167 156 , Beverly Brackett 266,118, Herndon, Clarence W. 266 Hemdon, Richard Ervin Hemdon, William Edward Heraclio Navarro 266,167 Herridge, John Robert, Jr. 266 Herrington, Frank Hugh 266 Hervella, Jaime Rogelio 266,167 Hess, Michael Wayne Hester, C. B. 266,141 Hester, Jimmy Narl 266 Hester, Joy Z. Williams Heumier, Timothy Alan Hicks, Arvid Ray 266,171 Hicks, Betty L. Sullivan 152 Hicks, Billy Martin 266 Hicks, Sharon Frances 266 Higgins, James Joseph, Jr. Higgs, Nancy Lou 266,157 Hight, Carol Lynn Maxwell 266 Hight, Delbert Andrew Hill, Arthur Leroy Hill, Billy Bruce 266,58 Hill, Don Ervin 266 Hill, Gordon Russell Hill, Johnny Lee Hill, Kenneth Ray 266 Hill, Larry Lynn 266 Hill, Pan-icia Ann 266 Hill, Paul Kelley 267 Hill, Rocky Ray Hill, Terry Lee 267 Holder, Elmer Dwayne Holdren, Jon Wesley 268 Holguin, Joe Ornelas Holiday, J. U., Jr. Holifield, Maldon Ridgely Holik, Frank Joseph III 268 Holik, Franklin James 2e9,151,119, 146,160 Holik, Walter Emil, Jr., 269 Holiman, Linda Lou Holland, Jerry Wayne 269 Holland, Scott Edward 269,172 Holland, Tony Alan 269 Holland, Vicki Holliday, Billy Carroll Holliday, Larry James 269 Hollis, Thomas Lee 269 Hollmig, Samuel Elder 269 Hollway, E. Jane Wiley Holmer, Zella Diane 269 Holtrnan, Barbara Ann 269,172 Honea, Michael Hood, Cherry Anne 269 Hudson, Susan 158,269 Huebner, Barbara Marie 269 Huey, Billy Jack 134,269 Huff, Jackie Don Jamar, Teny Randall 272 James, Bonnie Louise 172,179,272 James, Deborah Gail 272 James, Julia Ryon Huff, Janice Clora 270 Huffaker, Gary Lee Huffman, Jo Beth 270 Jameson, Cecil Wayne 272 Jansa, Dorothy Ann 272 Jaques, Evelyn O. Gueyara Huffman, Mary Sue 270,94 Hufstedler, Timothy C. Hughes, Danny H. 270 Hughes, Evelyn I. Smalley 270 Hughes, James Raymond 270 Hughes, Lloyd Ray 270 Hughes, Vicki Sue Hughey, Cheryl Bickerstaff 270 Huling, Gregory Sanford 270 Jayme, Danny 272,53 Jenkins, Cheryl Ann Jenkins, Curtis W. 272,52 Jenkins, Dan Alan 272 Jenkins, John Douglas Jenkins, Linda Kay Phelps Jenkins, Wanda Leah Jenness, Paula Sue 272 Huang, James Marshall, Jr. 27o,21, 172,132 Hulme, John William II 152 Humphrey, Cynthia Gail 270 Humphrey, Jane Elizabeth 270 Humphrey, Jean Louise 270 Humphreys, Gary Wayne 270,181 Hood, William Ray 269 Hooker, Carroll Dea Hooker, John F. Hooker, Michael Ray 269 Hooper, David Ray Hooper, Linda Ruth 130 Hooper, Velma Durham Hooten, Chris Dee 269 Hooten, James Thomas 269 Hill, Ten'y Lee Hill, Willie Arthur 267,89,85 Hillan, Gregory Lawrence Hillis, James Orvel Hinds, Jacky Don 267 Hinds, Max Wayne 267 Hines, Terry Lane Hipp, Claudia Ann 267 Hirt, Ronald William Hitch, Bessie Marie 159 Hitch, Terry Calvin 267 Hite, Donna J. Muckleroy 267 Hobbs, Marie Elaine 267 Hodnett, Linda Sue Hoehne, Robert H. Hoelscher, David Arlis 267 Hoelscher, Linda Jane 267,35,l56, 146,166,148 Hoelscher, Patricia Ann 267,67 Hoelscber, Patsy L. Holden Hoerres, Patti Lorraine 267 Hoi-E, Lan'y Robert 267,85 Hoffman, Lee Michael Hogue, Tommy Lynn 267 Hohensee, Alan Dennis 268,172 Hohensee, Jerry Glyn 268 Holcomb, Sammy, Jr. Holder, Anna Lee 268,156 Hooten, Virginia Ann S. 269 Hoover, H. O., Jr. Hopkins, Donald Baxter Hom, Peggy Jo Price Horton, Beverly Lynn Horton, David Otho 269,164 Horton, Eva Browne Waring Horton, Mary Jane Hosldns, Michael Preston 269 Houck, Sharon Lynn 269 Houston, Drenda Kay 269 Houston, Pamelia Lynn 269 Hovorak, Jerry Lynn 269 Howard, Brenda Elaine 269 Howell, Gary Wayne 269 Hower, Larry Richard 269 Hubbard, Edna L. Calvert 269 Hubbard, Jalinda Marie 269 Hubbard, Virgil Glen Hubble, Renette Dalene 269 Hubble, Shirley Jean 269 Hubble, Stella Gene 269 Huchton, Donald Frank 269 Huchton, Joseph M. 269,127 Humphreys, Roger Andrew 270 Humphries, Michael Kirby 270 Hunnicutt, Garland G. Hunter, Joseph Klude 270,132 Hunter, William Austin, Jr. Hurst, Joseph Lynn 270 Hurst, Wanda Lee Koon 270 Hurt, Allen Lee 150 Hurt, Lauretta Jane 270 Husby, David J. Hutcheson, Dennis Wayne 271 Hutchinson, Thompson G., Jr. 271 Jennings, Joe Keith 273 Jennings, Robert Allen Jenson, Sharon Diane 273 Jernigan, Carroll Gaylon 273,73 Jeschke, Roger Lynn 273 Jeschke, Wilbum Charles Jimenez, Ismael Inacio 273 Johanson, Joe Gale 273 John, Betty Lou Beckham Johns, Joanna Lynn 273,179,941 Johnson, Albert Floyd Johnson, Carolyn Jean 273 Johnson, Cordell Edward II 273 Johnson, Deborah Ann Johnson, Donald Ray 273 Johnson, Genelle Edmiston 273,119 Johnson, Glenn Alexander 273,58 Johnson, Henry Claudis 273 Johnson, Linda Diane 273,151 Johnson, Marsha Ann 249 Inch, Thomas Snyder Inman, Janina Sue 271,129 Inman, Valtin 271,66,67 Irby, Billy Gene 271,132 Irwin, Duane Carrol Isabel, Morris Aaron, Jr. 271 Isbell, Betty 130 Isbell, Janice 271,158 Isbell, Mary Jeannine 271 Ivey, Juanita A. Franklin 271 Ivey, Roy Gene 271,35,166 Johnson, Travis Pharon Johnston, Freddie Harrison 273 Johnston, Jerry Larue 273,249,22,13 15,182 Johnston, Jimmie Sue 66,67 Johnston, Linda Longlois 147,148 Johnston, Venda Shana 273 Huddleston, Randy Michael 269 Hudgeons, Kay K. Saunders Hudson Hudson , David Lee 269 , Dow Thomas 269 Hudson, Frank Dewayne 269 Hudson, Karen K. Walraven Hudson, Laura Louise 269 Hudson , Rose Baker Ivy, Annabeth Lee Ivy, Jana Gay 271 Ivy, William Carroll 271,132,133 Jackson Betty A. McCain 271 Jackson Billy E. 271 Jackson, Carolyn E. M. 271 Jackson, Edwin Martin, Jr. Jackson, Jean L. Petrilla Jackson, Patsy J. Rodgers Jackson, Robert Alan Jackson, Shireen 272 Jackson, Shirley J. Sofge 272 Jackson, Wanda Faye 272,171 Jacobo, Joe Luis 272,52,141 Jacoby, Billy Ray 272 Jacoby, Suzanne 272 Jones, Charles Terrence 273,164 Jones, Eugene Dale Jones, Larry Dewayne 273,67 Jones, Linda Ann 273,150 Jones, Mary Melinda 273 Jones, Mary Sue 273 Jones, Michael Joaquin 273 Jones, Peggye F. McDonald 273 Jones, Richard Hill 194 Jones, Teny Allen 273 Jones, Wendell Mike Jones, Willy Jordan, Clovis Minnard Jordan, Debra Lynn 274 Jordan, Martha Jane 274,20,248,179 23,65,130 Jordan, Peggy Lou Berry Joslin, John Irl 274 Jost, Karen Frances 274 Joy, Edward Lee Joy, William Preston McClure, Gary Clinton 281 Junginger, Robert John II 274 Justice, Bonnie L. Jennings 274 Kahlig, Charles Anthony 274,160 Kahlig, Joyce Annette 274 Kaiser, Allen Warren 274,164 Kaldahl, Sharon 274 Kaliselc, Edward Thomas Jr. Kane, Dennis 176 Kane, Prestidge Lee 274 Kane, Ralph Bowman 274 Kaplanian, Boghos Kevork Karmany, William Jr. 274 Kasner, Curtis Edwin 274 Keating, John Brady Keel, Ben Richard Keel, James M. Keeler, Bradford Lance Keeling, Deborah Joyce 274 Keene, Lucy Anne 162 Keeney, Gene Price 135,274 Keeney, Kenneth Wayne 274 Keesee, Dana Richard Keith, Pamela Marie 274,249,179,l56 Keith, Ronnal Jay 274 Kelley, Alan Kent 274,17,34,169,166, 15,182 Kelley, Ann Elizabeth Kelley, Arthur Lee 274 Kelley, Donald Elmer Kelley, Karen June 274,152,34,l79, 182,185 Kelly, Betty Jo Basinger Kelly, Mildred Ann Comils Kelpe, Roland Kurt Kemp, Carolyn Ann Kendall, Kip 274 Kennedy, John W. Kennedy, Lana Lou 274,50,142 Kennemer, Linda Kay Kennon, Lovie D. Jr. Kent, Jerry Wayne Kemen, Michael Joseph Kever, Justin Andrew 64 Key, Kenneth Foy 274 Key, Stephen Murry Key, Wilson Dennie 274 Kibler, Lynn 274,94 Kidd, Nancy Jean 274,259,178 Kilgore, Michael Don 274 Killough, Cletes Wayne 274 Killough, Danny Ray Kimble, Russell Crawford Kimbrough, Nancy Jean 274 Kimrey, Bemard William 274 Kothmann, Ava June 275 Kothmann, Glenda Laveme Kothmann, Judy Gay 275 Kraatz, Shelih Lucrecia 275 Kreici, Ronnie Ray 275 Krumbhaar, Roberta A. 275 Kubala, Donnie Ray 275 Kubinsky, John Michael 275,85,192, 93 Kubish, Kenneth Lee 275 Kujwwski, Daniel Wayne 275,160 Kujawski, Jeanette Carolyn 275,161, 156,30 Kuiawski, Lawrence Joseph 275,214. 160 Kunkel, Jeanine Ann 275,248,34,179, 182,136 Kuss, Allen Frank 275 Kuss, Leonard James 275 Kuykendall, Allen Jerrel 275 Kuykendall, Vickey Elaine 275 Kyser, Betty Ann Ashley 275 La Roux, Belva Jo Shipp 275 Lackey, Dee 169 Lacoss, Betty F ranoes 275 Lewis, Marcia Alison 279 Lewis, Michael Kirk Lilly, Jeffrey Amet Lilly, Margaret Ann 279,179 Lindemann, David Marvin 279 Lindemann, James F. Lindemann, Mickie Marlene Linderman, William Wayne 279 Lindsey, William Terry 279 Lippe, Lydia- Ruth Lippe, Paul Karl Lipsey, Charles 279 Lissner, Mary Lindora 279,179 Little, Elmarine Brown 279 Little, Ronald Dee Lively, Anita Louise 279 Livensparger, Richard Paul 279 Livingston, Ottis L. Lloyd, Mary K. Oldberg Lloyd, Roger William 279,174 Lloyd, Weldon David 279 Lock, Bennie B. Elkins 179,168 Lock, Thomas Richard 279 Lock, Bennie B. Elkins 279,168 Locklear, Susan Ann 279,816,24,25 Loehman, Michial 279 Lacy, Claude Jr. Lacy, Hany Jr. 275 Lacy, Lloyd Leon 275 Lacy, Robert Christian 276,85 Lafoon, Robbie Charlene 276 Loftus , Jolene M. Rauterkus Loftus, William Owen Lohse, Loika, Henry Arlen Mary Eugenia 280 Lollar, Linwood A. Jr. 135 Lamb, William A. II 276 Lambert, Zolly Carlton Lampman, Charles Eugene Lancaster, Cheryl Vonette 276 Land, Kenneth Arland 154 Landfried, Kenneth Roland 276 Landgraf, Bobby Joe Lane, Mack E. Langbartel, Steve 104 Long, Ann Reynolds Dingler Long, Herman C. Long, Richard Eugene Long, Richard Ronnie Longoria, Joe Levario 280 Lopez, Filimon 280 Lopez, Fredriek Joe Lopez, Raymond 280 Loudamy, Barbara Sue Lange, Anthony Walter 276 Lange, Dwaine Charles 276 Lange, Gary Lynn 276 Lange, Marlene Ann 276 Lange, Mary Kay 276 Lange, Roger Joseph 277 Lange, Susan Gail 277,179,129 Lange, William Ray 277 Kimrey, Dorothy Dosher Kinard, Terry Mac 73 Kincaid, Ronald Jay 274 King, Barbara J. Herron King King , Donna Gail 175 , Katherine Renee 274 King, Kathy Odell 94 King, Kenneth Marvin King, Sally 53 King, Thomas Wayne 274 King King Kinn Ki.nn , William Fredrick , Wynona F. Buchanan 274 ard, Lester Clayton 274,161 ey, Jimmy Ray 274,17,35 Kinsel, John Winston Jr. 274 Kinsey, Sara S. Champion 274 Kinsey, Wayne Larry Kirby, Bill Anderson Kirby, Ellen Anne 275 Langebartel, Steve Jay 104 Lankford, Paul Frederick 277 Lanning, Estelle B. Crow 277 Lara, Elias Jiron 277,167,136 Lara, Sylvia Torres 277,167 Larey, Charles David 277 Largent, David Fulton 277 Larimore, Larry Don 277 Laroque, Steven Lane 277 Laroux, William Josiah 277 Larremore, James Michael 277 Lasater, Leoma Kay 277,67 Lasseter, William Franklin 277 Lassetter, David Leslie 277 Laster, Dennis Ray Laster, James Oren 277,46 Law, Linda Joyce 277,156 Lawdermilk, Trueman Paul Lawrence, James Edward 277 Lawson, Linda Jo 277 Lawson, Mary E. Dyer 278 Layne, Mary K. Sparks 146 Leavitt, Jerry Farris Jr. 181 Ledbetter, Billy Ray Leddy, Deborah Ann Lee Louda Love, Love, Love, Love, Love, my, Larry Don 280 Franklin Andrew 280 Pamela Gene 280 Ronald Wayne 65,280 Sharon Lois Stanford Eugene 280,52 Low, Betty Lou Baker 280 Low, Danny Myers Lowe, Dana Susan 280,513,142 Lowe, Janet Ruth Lowe, Pamela Irene 280 Lower, Cleva M. Tiner Lowery, Donald Ray 262 Lowery, Laura Jean Gray 280 Lowery, Lee Dale 280 Lowrie, Ted Rayland 280 Loyd, Davye June Joiner 281,150 Loyola, Vincent Mijares 281 Lozano, Ray Louis 281,104 Lubke, Ronald Melvin Lucas, Bonita Kaye Lucas, Katherine Louise 281,58 Lucenti, John Peter Lugo, Johnny Mareno 144 Lujan, Manuel Rubio 281,136 Luker, Charles Melford Lummus, Jimmie Don Lumpkins, Fonda Ray 281 Luna, Richard Anthur 281 Lundgren, Barbara Winn 281 Luther, William G. Lux, Truman De 281 Lynch, David M. 281 Lynch, Jimmie Gayle 281,58 McAdams, Mary Leonard McAllister, Clifford Duane McAnally, Douglas Menn 281 McArthur, John Edward McBeth, Dennis Hoyt 281 McBride, Mary June 281 McBroom, Thomas Wayne 281,172 160 McBurnett, Cathy J. Meador McBurnett, Jerry Lee 281 McBumett, Malcolm Guy 281 McCabe, Jeffrey Carson 281 McCabe, Thomas A. McCall, Vaughn Stephen 281 McCarrell, Ronnie Gene McCarroll, Larry Elgene 281,135 McCarson, Richard Von McCleery, Danny Lee 281 McClement, James McClement, Margaret A. 281,163 McClinton, Bryson Lee McClish, Mildred L. James McClung, William Neill 281,101,100 McClure, Terry Wayne 282 McCollum, Donald George 282 McCollum, Trudy Kay 282 Kirby, Jerry Eugene 275 Kirby, Martha J. Fulenwider 275 Kirkley, Frederick H. Kirkpatrick, Charles A. 275,182 Kirtley, Michael Marvin 275 Kiser, Larry Jay Klattenhoff, Larry Wayne 275 Kleppner, Ronnie Scott 275 Kling, Dwight Douglas 275 Kluiber, Frank M. Knapp, Jill Brown Knapp, Linda Lou Knapp, Richard Franklin 275 Knebel, Dorothy Lee Kent 268 Kniffen, Rita Danice 275 Knight, Charlene Kay 275 Knight, Ronnie Dale 275 Knight, Wallace Lynn 275 Knisley, Jefferson Spencer Knox, Audrey R. 275 Knox, Cynthia Sue 275 Kocher, Duane Michael Kocich, Marcus Andrew 275 Kohutek, Susan Kate Konz, John Paul 275 Koontz, Joseph Patrick 160 Koontz, Shelly T. 275,158 Kopp, Cheryl Leigh 275,152,146 , Bill Glen 278 Lee, Garvin Rudolph 134,278 Lee, Jim Dean Lee, Jimmy Delas 278,161 Lee, Linda Marilyn 278 Lee, Linda Walton Lee, Lee, Sandra Anne 278 William Dean Leggett, Manzy Fred 278,59,58 Lehmberg, Brad Miles 100 Leifeste, Arthur Thomas 278,249,182 Leifeste, Kurtis Fritz 278 Leifeste, Lynne Wiley 278,156 Leinneweber, Emma Webb Lennefelt, Roy Wayne 278,135 Lentz, Linda Carol 278 Leonard, Camille Ann 278 Lepard, Ronnie Wayne Lester, Judy Dianne Ward Letz, Reva Gail 278,179 Levander, Hugo Ephraim Jr. 278,152 Leverett, Billie J. England Lewallen, Gary Wayne 279 Lewis, Belinda 279 Lewis, Dale Jay 279,104 Lewis, Helen Marilyn Hale Lewis, Joanne Lewis, Kathleen Lewis, Linda Rae 279 101 McCullou h Debra Ann 282 Mcrcnigm, McConnell, Michael Bemard McCoulskey, Vera McCown, Kathy Farrington 282 McCown, Sidney Alan McCoy, Leslie Louise 282 McCravey, Margaret Maureen McCrohan, Danice Kay 282 McCulloch, Tommy Leslie 282,100, S . McCullough, Janice Sue 282 McCullough, John M. Jr. McCutchen, Sylvia Ann 282 Mc.Cutchen, Thurston Ben 282 McDaniel, Deborah Mae 282 McDaniel, Lavina M. Jenner McDaniel, Terry Ottis McDaniel, Thomas Richard CRust'yJ 282,132 McDevitt, Maureen Ann McKee, Jimmy Dorsey McKee, Kenneth Gale Jr. McKee, Penny Lyn Riley McKee, Steven 283,152 McKeever, Ronnie Ray 283 McKenna, Richard Lee McKenzie, Wayne Hugh 284 McKim.mey, Gay J. Evans 284 McKinney, Diana Kay Krieg 284 McKinney, Drake Laine 284 McKinney, James Michael McKinney, June E. McKinney, Randall Everett 284 McKinney, Richard Alan 284,132 McKinnon Dinah Raye McKinnon, Ray Smith Jr. 284 McKneely, Linda Mae 284 McKnight, Betty R. Rose Billy Lane Mercer, Sh McDonald , Carol Jean Young 282 McDonald, Charles D. McDonald, Danny Boyd 282 McDonald, Dorothy Ann 282,110 McDonald, Elizabeth Ruth 282 McDonald, Joan L. Ahrens 282 McDonald, Joe Lynn 282 McDonald McDonald, , Phillip Lynn 282 William C. III 282 McDonough, Barbara S. Rimes McDonnan, Thomas Dean 282 McDougall, Kaye 282,54,56,62,63 McDougall, James Ray 169,31 McDowell, Terry Don 282 McElrath, Jim McElrath, Robert Lee 282 McElrath, Stephen Franklin 283,164 McElrath, Vic 283 McElwee, Joseph Arthur 283,54 Mc.Elwee, Larry A. 55 McEwen, Bill Wayne McFarland, Empress Ann 283,2O,316, l20,34,179,l56,182 McGarvey, Robert Burton 165 McGee, Aline Laroe 283 McGehee, Carolyn O. Tullos McGehee, Gary Lee 283 McGill, Herman Henry McGowen, Mac Gregory McGowen, Randal Martin 283 McGrath, Wayne Edward 283,132 McHugh, F. Nadine Honeycutt McHugh, Roy Thomas 283 Mclnnis Wesley T. 283 Mclntire, Connie Joyce 283 McIntyre, Robert Wesley McKay, Donald Carroll 283 McKay, Ronnie Arthur 283,52 McKee, J. Frost McKown, Robert Dale 284 McLaughlin, Leslie Marion 284 McLean, Sarah Delang 284 McManus, Inger Hansen 284 McManus, Judy McMatb, Mary Jane 284 McMillan, Gay 284 McMillan, Scott McMillan, Steven Grant 284 McMinn, Doreen McMinn, Joel Henry 285 McMinn, Pearson Vernie McNatt, William Charles 285 McPherson, Kenneth Doyle 285 McQueen, Danny Michael 285 McSherry, Sherry Lee 285 McSpadden, James McSpadden, John Keith McSpadden, Kerry Lynn 285 McSwain, Thomas Francis 285 McWhorter, Joe Dale 285 McWilliams, Bobby Don 285 McWilliams, Karen Jo 285 McWright, Donald Robert Macias, Jesse Joe Jr. 285,167 Mackey, Mary F. Harper 285 Mackey, Sheri Willingham Mackin, Barbara Ann 285,249 Maddoux, Vemon Darrell Maddux, Margaret Ann 285 Maheu, Mary B. Dominguez Maines, Mike David 285 Maldonado Evangelina G. 285 Malone, Penny Sue Maness, Danny Wayne Maneval, Mark Wilson 71,73,79 Manitzas, Teresa Faye 285 Mann, Donald Lee 285 Manning, Jackie Dean 285 Manns, M. Dianne Gerth 285 Manos, Johnnie Dobbins 285 Manship, Gary Nolan Manship, Gregory Garvis 285 Manske, Lynn Dale Maples, Daniel Joseph March, Bill Gary 285 Marecek, James Allen 285,164 Marines, Leticia 285 Markham, Michael Van Marques, Leticia Martinez Marren, Thomas Edward Jr. Marro, Roberta L. Crgnkhite Marsala, James Wallace Marsala, Mary C. Donohoe Marsden, Leeroy Latimer Marsden, Thomas Dan 285,32 Marsh, Albert Ray 285 Marsh, Elias Joseph II Marthiliohni, Joseph Otis 26,29,35,71, 73 Marthiljohni, Margaret L. 26,29 Martin, Helen J. Ray 285 Martin, Jackie Waylon 73 Mayfield, Phyllis Herman Mayfield, Robert Bruce Jr. 286 Mayfield, Robert Earl 286 Mayo, Currie Ray 35 Mayo, Sandra Sue Coffman 286 Meador, James Clay 286,154 Meador, Judy Beth McCarver 286 Meador, Randal Britton 210,132,160 Meads, Ronald Charles 286 Mears, Natha Jo 286 Medders, Bobby Gwinn 286 Meier, Charlotte Jo Story Mejia, Rosa D. Urista Mellon, Milton Thomas Melton, Billy Ronald Menchaca, Armando 52 Menchaca, Bobby Galan 249,22,23, 73,14 Menchaca, Cathleen A. 286 Menchaca, Margaret Diana 286 Menchaca Sylvia Rose 286 Mendez, 8am L. Mendoza, Santos Jr. erian Mertice 286 Martin Martin Martin, Martin, , Paul Dean 285 Kevin Hoseph 285 Patricia June Ryan Roy Dale Jr. 285 Martinez, Gloria Louise 285 Martinez, Manuel Sosa 285 Martinez, Robert Silvas 285,167 Martinez, Roy Robert 167,52,136 Mason, Billie Darlyne 285,157 Mason, Ray Jackson 285 Mason, Susan Kay 285,119 Massaro, Anthony Joseph Mata, Phillip Jr. Matheny, Karen Sue 285 Mathews, Glenda J. Parson 285,168 Mathews, Hubert Daniel 285,73 Mathews, James Preston Mathews, Larry Kendrick Mathis, Danny Wayne 286 Meredith, Bennye Sims Merkel, Sandra. Merket, Russell Hayden 286 Merriman, James Lowell Merriman, Ronnie Louis Merritt, James Barron Meyer, Henry Herbert 286 Mickelson, Timothy Austin 287 Micklethwait, Laura Elaine 287 Middlebrook, Randall Dean 287,156, 136 Middleton, Amanda Jane 287 Middleton, Don Edmund Middleton, Robert C. 287 Middleton, Sheryl Dean 287 Mifsud, Paul Charles Mijares, Carlos Losoya 287 Mijares, Juanita 287 Milceska, Gary Noel 287 Matlock, Laura Kay 286,158,179 Matson, Larry Glen 286,55,56,135, 182 Matthews, Edward W. 286 Matthews, John Paul 286,73 Matthiesen, Barbara Ann 286,120,156 146,l69,l66,30 Matthiesen, Judith Helen 286,31 Matthiesen, Steven Glen Maxie, Franke David 286 Maxwell, William Steven 286 May, Daniel Richardson May, Donald L. Mayes, Deborah Jo 286,179 Mayfield, Grace Irene 286 L .. , .-...mv -if - .an--in. .4 A .1..-A . . ,H ,. -,-g "QM Milam, Joe Thomas 287,132 Milbum, David Barry Miles, Bob 162 Miles, Gary James Miller, Barbara Lyn 287,129 Miller Candia Ann 287 Miller, Doyle Glenn 287 Miller, Kye Royden 287 Miller, Larry Edward Miller, Lynda Kay 287,179 Miller, Nan Louise Sweet Miller, Nancy Lou Fulcher 288,27,26 Miller , Paula Jane 288,120,156 Miller, Sherry Kay 288 Miller, Tommy Gayle 288,26 Miller, Warren Edward 288 Ne Miller, William Anthony Millican, Jimmy Wayne Millican, Teddy Wayne 288 Mims, Kelly Bryan 288 Minton, Cynthia Maureen Minton, G. Carolyn Brock 288 Minzenmayer, Harrell W. Minzenmayer, Janet A. Ocker 288 Miranda, Eloisa Caballero 288 Mitchell, John Barry 288 Mitchell, Lemuel Laurel Neeley, Barbara Lou 291 Neill, Peggy osboum 129,291,128 Nelson, Betty A. Nelson, Diane Louise 291 Nelson, Gary Lynn 292 Nelson, Jeanette Gayle 292,513,142 Nelson, Pamela Sue Nettles, Daniel Graves 292 Nevins, James Roger 292,52,140,141 Newby, James Duncan Kenneth Lee 73 Parker, Parker, David Worth 295 Gary Gene 295 Parker, Gary Ray Parker, Glenda Jean Parker, Randy Dean 73 Parks, Gerald Curtis Parks, Jeffery Mark 295 Parr, K ristie Phyllis 295 Parris, Edna Hopper 295 Parris, Katherine E. Parrish, Charles James 150 Mitchell, Marsha C. Miller 288 Mixon, Randy Ray Modisett, William Ezell Jr. Moellering, Margaret Ann Moghadam, Bahram, Salimi 288,160 Mohan, Tim Paul 288 Mohler, Karen Kay 288,155 Mohler, Stacy W. 288,277 Molsbee, Donald Wayne Monde, Robert Alfred Money, Ronnie Lynn Monroe, Janice Lynne 288 Monroe, Lorenzo Dow Jr. 288 Montano, Steve Jr. 288 Montez, Santiago Gutierrez 288 wman, Newsom, Mary Lawren 292 Newsom, Teresa Ann 292,158 Newsome, Nelson Joe Newton, Vanetta Melba 292,179 Nichols, Sheila 292 Nicholson, Kenneth E. 292 Niedzwiecki, Victor 292 Niehues, Carl William Niehues, Carol K. Steinbach Nix, Dolores A. Spinelli 292 Nixon, Terry Ann Noble, Keith Laray Noble, Linda B. Knapp 292 Nobles, Lydia Gay 292 Nobles, Mary Jo 292 Parrish, Johnny Jay Parry, Norma Ione 295,53 Parsons, Mike R. Partridge, Wendell Dean Jr. 295 Paschal, Anne Pearl Bales 295,151 Paschal, Patrick Wayne 295 Paschal, Seldon Reese 295,157 Paske, Donald Kieth 295 Patterson, Alton Lynn 295,180 Pilgri.m, Joe Wayne Pinto, Pipes, James Levi 296 Thomas Ike 298 Pipkin, Georgia Suzzanne Pipkin, Randall Jess 296 Pippin, Gerald Wallace Jr. 296 Pitman, Joe Jay 296,134,135 Pittman, Robert Gaines Pitts, Bobby Fred 296 Pitts, Danny Ray 296 Pitts, John Charles 296 Plant, Patricia Roseann 298 Plaster, John Galen 296 Plumlee, John Howard 296 Plumlee, Rex Anthony 296 Podolske, Timothy Poe, Vance Alan 296,121 Poehls, Edward Ray Polk, Mary Candace 296 Pollock, Leta Pearl 296 Powell, Judy Sue 297 Montgomery, Barbara Anne Montgomery, Carl Montgomery, Chris Doose 288 Montg Montg Montg Moody, Ma omery, Georgia Cheryl omery, Sarah Pauline 66,67 omery, Truett Neal Hibbard TY Moore, Barron Bishop 288 Moore, Billy Gene 288 . Moore, Brenda Joyce Bates 288,58 Moore, Cathy McAnal.ly Moore, Deborah Ann 288,172,153 Moore Dorman Wayne 288 Moore: Frances Elaine 288,248,182 Moore Fredrick Stanley 288,17,54, 49,l26,127,58,65,185 Moore, George Edwin Sr. Moore, Lawrence Wallace 288 Moore, Martha Jean Love Moore , Miami one 2ss Moore, Noah Joseph IV 288 Moore, Rebecca Ann 288 Moore, Sherry Ann 288 Moore, Sherry Ellen 288 Moore, Teny Lee 288 Moore, Vernon N. 172 Moorman, Timothy Mack 288 Nobles, Roger Wayne 292 Noelke, Kennie Holmes Noelke, Sue Ann Wade 292,156 Norman, John William 292 Norman, Robert Edward 292,156 Norris, Deloris Anitta 292 Norris, anis ean Non'is I J , Michael Gary 292 Norris, Ronald Barron 293 North, Joy Elaine 293 Norwood, Linda Kay Ponce, Alfred 296 Pool, Eddie Jack 296,52,141 Pool, Laura F. Bickley 296,128 Pool, Michael Dennis 297 Pope, James David 297 Patterson, Alvin Glenn 180 Patterson, James Clifford 295 Patterson, James Randall 295,149 Patterson, John Lynn Patterson, Sally Ann 295 Patterson, William C. Patton, Fred Maxwell 295 Pauley, Rebecca Ann 295 Pavlicek, Donna Lue Taylor 295 Payne, Bobby Joe 295 Payne, Charles Richard Payne, Jerry Wayne 295 Payne, Lorrine Payton, Pealor, Norma Louise 295,175 Peggy Sue 295 Pearce, Janie Sue 295,178 Pearce, Raymond Clayton 295 Nowak, Lydia 293 Nowlin, Bob Allen Nowlin, James David 293,139 Noyd, Michael R. 293 Nunn, Brenda Oveta 293 Nunn, Frank N. Jr. O'Bryan, James Thomas 293 Ocker, Elmer Hurman 293 Ocker, Michael Bemard 293,160 Odor, Carolyn Sparks Oefinger, Cynthia A. 293 Oelkers, Charles Gene 157,135 Ogilvy, Thomas Wingfield 293 Ogleshy, William Henry Olivares, David 293 Pearce, Rinky Ann Pearson, Karen Lee Bayres 295,54,56, 57,46,48,43,65 Peays, Claudia Permelia 295 Pechacek, Sharon Marie 295 Peel, Randy Lee 295 Peeples, Bettimae S. Pope, Kathy Jane 297 Porter, David Harvey 297 Porter, Dena C. Shepard 297,156 Porter Harold Andrew Jr. 297 Porter, James Edward 297 Porter, John Randall 297 Porter, Joseph Craig Jr. Porter, Wanda Kay 297,156 Porter William Richard 297 Ponsdn, Kathy Elizabeth 297 Pound s, Brenda Ann 297,53 Powell, Larry Neal 73,82 Powell, Leonard Edward 58 Powell, Mary Jane 297 Powell, Weldon Robert 297 Prather, Dwain Frederic Prathe r, Laurin Walker 297,91,88,85 95,92,99 Peer, Nola May Felix 295,152,147, 146.148 Pelzel, Janet Ann 295 Pelzel, Pelzel, Patrick Louis 295 Steve M. 295 Prather, Sharon Nell Young 297,156 Prescott, Mike Leon 297 Pressly, Julie 31 Preston, Jill Applewhite Preston, John L. Moos, Dale Crews 288 Morey, Caryl Ann Maddox 288 Morey, Cheri L. 0'Neal, Donna Ruth 293,129,128 Moya, Carolyn Charline 290 Morgan, Aubrey Neal 288 Morgan, Morris Glynn 288 Morgan, William David 290 Momes, Brenda Joyce 58 Morrill, William Dexter H Morris, Gary Wayne 290 Morris, James E. 290 Morris, John Bemard Jr. Morris, Norma Ilene 280 Morris, Roy Eugene 290 Morrison, Dwain Robert Morrow, Clarence Taylor 290 Morrow, Thomas Doak 290 Morse, Robert A. Morton, Marcia June Moss, Lisa Maree 290 Motl, Christine Yvonne 290,183 Motl, Gary Martin 290 Motl, Joyce Marie 290 Motley, Nelson Lee Moya, Olga c. 290 Multer, Ellen Jo 290,172 Mund, Corine Kay 290 Mund, Mary Nell Tarr 291 Mund, Van Lowell 291 Munn, Sally May 291 Munoz, Vincente Jr. Murphy, Delia Richardson Murphy, Gary Edwin 291,52 Murphy, Michael Greer 291 Murray, Charles Robert 291 Murray, Cornelius E. Jr. 291 Murray, Gary Max 291 Muse, Mary Lou 291 Musta, Charles Anthony 291,135 Musta, Donald Joseph 291 Myers, Charlotte Murphrey 291,168 Myers, Robert Everett III 291 Nance, William Herbie Nash, N ava, Charles Durham 291 Mary Ellen 291 Neva, Patricia Ann 291,167 Neal, Joe Clifton 182,291 Neel, David Lee Olivares, Isaac Daniel Olivas, Raul Paul Oliver , Emily Sue 142,293,143 Oliver, Reta Grace 293,128 O'Loughlin, Richard Kane Jr. 293 Olsak, Cynthia Kay 293 Olsen, Michael Wayne Olsen, Ronald Eugene 293 Olson, Allen Eugene 293 O'Neal, Alice Pauline Carr Pena, Claro Ybarra Pena, Consuelo 295 Pena, Lorenzo Gonzales 295 Pendergrass, Scottie Clark 295 Pennington, Gary Randall 295 Pentecost, Dmcilla CNadineJ 296,178 Pentecost, James Bird Percifull, Carolyn Sue 296 Percifull, Kathy Jean Perez, Benjamin Avendano 296,152, 183 Perez, Frank Jr. Perez, Lisandro Perez, Nemesio 167 Prewit, Larry Bob 297 Price, Price, Aurora Fae 297,179 Garla Jean 297 Price, John Robert 297 Price, Karen Louise 297 Price, Polly Ann 297 Price, Thomas Carroll 297 O'Neal, Darrell Wayne 293,3l1,l64, 182 Oquin, Marcus Kevin O'Quin, Richard Marion 294 Omelas, Gilbert Lopez 267,294,292, 152,182,185 Omelas, Mary Lopez Omelas Silverio Lopez 294 Orraca, Osvaldo E. Orrison, Emily Kay 294 Orsak, Jeny Joe 294 Orsak, Thomas Calvin 73 Ortegon, Manuel 294 Perez, Sylvia Perkins, Daron Ray Perkins, George David Perkins Perkins , Jack William Jr. , Jimmy Lee 296 Perkins, Lee 296 Perkins , Leslie Ann Moore 296 Perkins, Tana Lou 296,135 Perry, David Neil 296,132,133 Perry, James Ector Perry, Jerry Lee Perry, Michael Charles Perry, William Allen 296 Petemiann, Joy Ella 296,156 Priddy, Elizabeth Ann 297 Pride, Rena Mary Charles 297 Priess, Brenda Fay 297 Priest, Gwendolyn Gay 297 Prince, Vickey Karen 297 Privett, John Delmar Proffitt, Leonard Wayne 297 Pruett, Michael Scott 297,105,104 Pruitt, Glenn Aulton 297,164 Pruneda, Juanita Perez 159,297 Osboum, Joni Meryl 294 Osbourn, Kenny Randolph 294 Osboum, Russel Terry Osbou m, Toni Cheryl 294 Osteen, Roxeana 294 Ott, Kenneth Michael 283 Ott, Michael Royce 294,73 Otto, Sarah Emily 294 Otto, Walter Donald 294 Overstreet, Lloyd Earl 294 Overstreet, Morris L. 73,17l,104,103 Owens, Hedy Jean 294 Ozee, Juanita Boyd Pace, Kalista Ann 294 Pace, Lonnie Charles Pair, Gary Dwain 294 Pair, Jan Frances Wagley 294 Pair, Ronald Neil 294 Palmo s, O'Connsa G. Parker 294 Pankey, Katrina Gail Panne ll, Ronald Lynn 295 Pappas, Michael Nick 295 Parker, Bradford Jay 295 Parker, David Glenn 295 Peters, David Lee 296 Peterson, Leroy Edward Pettigrew, Sherry Lynn 296 Pettigrew, Terrilee Pearl 296,152,35, 166,178 Pettit, Amy E. Lee 296,156,146,148 Petty, Janet Adell 296 Petty, Jon Duane Petty, Rebecca Ann 296 Peyton, Sara Kathryn 296 Phelps, Donna J. Griffin Pherigo, Robert Wayne 73 Phillips, Elaine Willbom Phillips, John Burton Phillips, Kenneth Lois Phinney, Patsy E. Panner 296,33,34 Phy, Edwin Gale Jr. Picazio, Carl A. Piedfort, Mark Truman Pierce, Jen'y 296.85 Pierce, Mickey 296,85,99 Piemsch, Frances Ann 296,121,147, 179.156,146.l82 Pietzsch, Jeny Don 296 Pilant, William Calvin Psencik, E. Dwain 297 Pullig. Pullig, Don Wayne 297 Sandra Fay Herron 297 Pumphrey, Clifford Powell 297 Purser, Don G. 297 Quain, Jerry Neal Quinn , James William 297 Rabon, Marian Jean 298 1' Raboum, Cynthia Lee 298,184 Raboum, Dean Owen 127,185 Rahija, John III 298, 135 Rainey, Robert Rust Ramage, Alan Jarrel 298 Ramirez, Charlie T. 298 Ramirez, Irma Joyce 298 Ramirez, Mary Alice 298 Ramirez, Richard Dale 298 Ramirez, Susie Abalos 298 Ramirez Zeke 52.141 Ramos, Johnny 298 Ramseur, Rickey Allen 298 Ramsey, Daniel Lynn 298 Randle, James Bates Jr. Randle, Sidney Thomas 298,194 Randle Walker Murray Rangel, Roberto Garcia 298 Rankin, Lewis Gene Rankin, Modena Ann Rasco, Belton D. 298,156 Rasco, Foriest Lane 299 Rasmussen, Joan Maniscalco Ratliff, Billy Carrol 12l,22,23,15 Ratliff, Dolores Groves Ratliff, James William 73,139 Rogge, Clifton Fred Jr. 302,53 Ratliff, Richard Wayne 299.164 Rauch, Michael Scott 149 Rautenberg, Wayne Edmond Rauterkus, Jerome Hubert 307,299,135 Rawlings, Paul Thomas 299 Ray, Elizabeth Maurine 299 Ray, Lonnie Robert 299,164 Ray, Mary Jean 299 Rogers, Neil 302 Rogers, Steven Ross 302 Rogers, Rogers, William Mason 302 Willie Don 302 Rollins, Paul 166 Roman, Roman, David Allen 302 lldiko Rose 302,172,58 Ray, Norman Scott Ray, W alter Lee Jr. 299,172 Reagan, Larry Joe 299 Rebsch, Rector, Roland Everett Barron Scott 299,100 Ror' :o, Mary 302 Hoop, Deborah Kay Dewoody 302,35, 166 Roper, Maryann Weir 302 Rose, Earlie Odus Jr. 302,52,140 Redden, Charles Michael 24,169,166 Redman, James Larry 299 Redmon, Carolyn D. Lady Redmon, Ronald Elwood Reed, Bobby Randall 299 Reeder, Ronald Ray 299 Reese, Stanton Odell 299 Reeves, Harvey Leon 299,135 Register, Mel Stephen 299 Rose, James Daniel Rose, Judith Gail 302,39,178 Rose, M Ross, Cl eredith Mi.ke 302 ayton Jr. 302,58 Ross, Don Gordon 302 Ross, Edward Rock Ross, Richard James Reichenau, Charles Harold 299 Reicbenau Reichenau Reichenau , Donald Ray , Joan Dee 299 , Linda Joy Ward 299 Reisner, Freeman Earl 299 Rendon, Rita Ann 300 Reyes, Edward Joe 300 Reyes, Ramon M. 300 Reynaud, James Adams Rosson, Jim Chris 302 Rosson, John Mack 302,58 Rosson, Robert W. 302,164 Rouse, Donald Marvin 302 Rowan, Donald Gene 302 Rowe, Ronnie Lee 302 Rowell, Mary Ruth 302 Rowlette, Mac 103 Rucker, Mary Lou 302 Rushing, Randall Avon 302 Rusler, Sharon S. Edmiston 303 Reynolds, Richard Keith 300 Rhea, Billy Ansel 300,84,85,99 Rhea, Kimberlee Susanne 300 Rhemann, Ronald Harold 300 Ribble, Dorothy L. Edwards Ricci, Evrard Louis Ricci, Lawrence Albert 300,107,105 Richards, Marcia 300,130 Richards, William A. 300 Richardson, Janet K. 67 Richardson, Tommy Duane Richey, L. Jolene Hudspeth Richmond, Myra Lottie 300 Riclmian, Hannah L. Ricks, Connie Lynn 149 Riddle, James Richard 300,164,156 Riedinger, Patricia Hughes 300 Riggau, Timothy Wayne 300 Riggs, Mitchell Louis 300 Rike, Robert L. 301 Riley, Carol Annette Ford 301 Riley, James Bryan 301,122 Russell, Barry Lynn 303 Russell, Danny Ray Russell, Hayman 303 Russell, Marilyn Kay 303 Russell, Sarah J. Gregory Rust, Frederick William 303 Ruth, Johnny Burns 303 Ruth, Willie Dean 303 Ringo, Thomas Lloyd 301 Rinke r, Barry Lloyd 301 Rutherford, Alan Rodney 303 Rutherford, Larry Demby Rutherford, Robert Emest 62 Rutherford, Willard Joe 303 Ruttgliano, Rebecca Jean 303 Rutledge, Ronald David 303 Rychlilc, Claire Patricia Rylander, Teresa Ann Salinas, Juan 303 Salvato, Toni Rosanna 303 Sammons, Tom Jones San Roman, Richard 139 Sanchez, Carlos Alviar 303 Sanchez, Manuel 136 Sandel, Pamela Joy 303 Schulze, Susan Gale 305,123,147,156 Schwab, Diane 305 Schwartz, Emest Louis 305 Schwartz, Harold Joe Jr. 305 Shelton, Johnny Wesley Jr. 306 Shelton, Steven Robert 73,82 Shely, Jack Dee 307 Shepard, Rex Burton Esse Uval Ripley, Johnie Wayne Ripple, Deborah 301 Ripple, Katherine Joyce 301,130 Ripple, Rodney Wayne 301 Rivard, William Randall Rivas, Joe 301 Rivera, Manuel Najar 301 Rivera, Richard 301 Rives, Stephen Edward Rives, William Randolph 301 Roach, Gary Lynn 301 Roach, Glenn Pierce 301 Sanderford, Sybil J. Brown Sanders, Sanders, Barbara Ann 303 Brandon George 303,135 Sanders, Dorothy Janell B. Sanders, Hubert Dennis Sanders, Kathy Jane Sanders, Kenneth Foster 303,135 Sanders, Sandifer Michael Barnett 303 , Lavon Rudolph Sandoval, Josefa 303,152 Sanford, Larry Sinclair Sanford, Patsy Alice 304 Schwenner, Harvey Lee 305 Schwertner, Herbert Walter 305 Schwertner, Joy Cecile 305 Schwemier, Judy Ann 305 Scbwertner, Lavanda Murray 305 Schwertner, Maynard A. 305 Schwertner, Ray Don 305,123,139 Schwertner, Sylvester G. 305 Scott, Christine Carole 305,148 Scott, Dale Leslie 305 Scott David Wyatt 306 Scott, Sheridan, Kathy Louise Sherman, Arthur Lee Shertz, Ann 307 Shibata, Naoaki 307,180 Shin-ia, Yoko 307 Shirley, Debra Arlyne 307 Shirley, Karen 307 Shook, Diana Joyce 307 Short, Bobby D. Shoults, Vesta Harrison 307 Shuster, Robert Bradley 307,135 Sigmon, Linda Diann 307 Roach, J. C. Jr. 301 Roach, Mary Bamett Roach, Sanford Ray 157 Roach, Vivian Marie 301 Robbins, Kaye Lynn Waid 148 Robbins, Portis Samuel 301,52,141 Roberts, Bobby Joe Roberts, Frances Theresa 301 Roberts, Gary Dale Roberts, James Arnold 301,31 Roberts, Ronnie 301 Robertson, Cynthia Louise 302 Robertson, James Michael 302 Robertson Pe Ruth 302 Robinso Robinso Robinso - ESV n, Dennis Jay n, Hughbert James 302 n, Jimmy Don 302 Robinson, Joe Duane 302 Robinson, John Thomas 302 Robinson, Robinson, Rena L. Thomas Garner 302 Robledo, Richard Jimmy 302 Robles, Irene Isabel 302 Robles, Ofelia 302 Rodgers, H. Alyne Nutt Rodrique, James Avert 73 Rodriguez, Modesta T. Rodriguez, Henry 302 Rodriquez, Jo Elda 302 Rodriquez, Ramon Roe, David Lee 302 Rogers, Gregory Alan 302 Rogers, Helen Jane Rogers, James Marvin Rogers, Nancy Lee 302,320,172 Sanmiguel, Camille 304,94 Santiago, Margarita 304,156 Sargent, Ronda Lee 304 Saumell, Rosa Saunders, Kaye Annette Sawyer, Edwin III Sawyers, Eddy Ross 304 Scarborough, Dale Chester Schacherl, Janis Elizabeth 304 Schaule, Norman 304,85 Schertz, Ann Elizabeth 307,207,130, 131 Schiller, Larry Wayne Schkade, Kermit Claude Schmidt, Relda Jane 304 Schmidt, Robert August 304 Schmiedekamp, Elvis Joseph 304,146, 150 Schneider, Jimmy Randell 304,132 Schneider, Karen G. Seward 304 Schneider, Timothy Joe 132 Schooler, Jerri Kay Teague 304 Schooley, Donna N. Davis Schooley, Joseph C. Jr. Schovaisa, Alice S. 304,147,148 Schraer, Patricia Ann 304,161 Schrank, Gordon Dabney 304,161, 122,146,149 Schroeder, William Edward 304 Schul, Michael Lynn 304 Schul, Patrick Loyd 304 Schuller, Joel Lynn Schultz, Marvin Edward 238,304,54, 22,64,146,150,l82.184,136,185 Schulz, Carla Jean 305 Scott, Franky Mc 306 Scott, Harvey Allen Scott, Lela Hill 150,148 Scott, Reynold Randy 306 Scott, Ronnie David Scott, Royce D. Scribner, Janet Elaine 306 Scroggins, Patricia Hall Scroggins, Robert L. Scruggs, Carol Ann Wright Scruggs, Lawrence Russell Scruggs, Ruth Ann 306 Sedeno, Rudolph Figueroa 306 Sedwick, William Lee Sefcik, Jerry Lynn 306 Segura, Joseph Marcos 306,122,153, 156,137,136 Seitz, Rodney Dale 306 Seitzler, Carolyn S. Adams 306,151 Self, Richard Eugene Sevier, George Edward 306 Sevier, Irene B. 306 Sevigny, Judith Marie Sexton, Don Wayne Seyvertsen, Harold Louis 306,146 Shafer, Marvin Jerome 306 Shaffer, Bernard D. III 306,127,31 Shahan, James Keith 306 Shahan, Roy Michael Shahan, Susan P. Wells Shamel, Richard Edwin 306 Sharpe, Donna Jo 306 Shattuck, John Elson 306 Shea, James M. Sheen, William Winston Simcik, Janet Louise 307 Simcik, Rebecca Ann 307,58 Simmons, Bill Odie Jr. Simmons, Janice H. Green Simmons, Jo Nell Simmons, Susan 307 Simmons, Tom A. 307 Simon, Susan Elia 307 Simpson, Debbie Jayne 307 Simpson, Glenda Sue 307 Simpson, John Doyle Sims, Bobby Lawrence 278,22,73,15 139 Sims, Shirley Jean 307 Skalak, Joe Wayne Skeeters, Danna Katherine 307 Skelton, David Lynn 307 Skinner, Jack Glen 308 Skinner, Marsha Glyn 308 Skrabanek, Teresa Ann 308 Slater, Charles Eugene I1I Slater, Eloise Mae 308 Slaughter, Stephen Dale Slaughter, Ysleta Jean 308,94 Slay, Coralis Sue 308 Sloan, Peter Claude Smart, David Harold 308.85,87 Smetana, Ronnie Andrew 308 Smith, Barbara Stevens Smith, Bobby David 308,161 Smith, Calvin Mack 308 Smith, Charylene Brantner 308 Smith, Constance Smith, Curtis Charles 308 Smith, Dale Loyd 308 Studer, Smith, Smith, Smith, Daniel Edwin 308 David Carroll 308 Donna Elizabeth 308 Smith, Donna Nall Smith, Dorothy Catherine 308,179 Smith, Glenda Nell 308,53,142,143 Smith, Jack 308 Smith, James Douglas Smith, James Michael Smith, Jerry Earl Smith, John Howard 308 Smith, Smith, Smith, 188 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, 148 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Snell, John Pierce Jr. Karl Lee Kenneth Michael 309, 161,123, Kenny Carl 309 Larry Don 309 Larry Don 309 Larry Joe 307 Lauren Jo 309,158,58 Lillie M. Washington Linda Rae Hallgren Lynne Susan 309 Madeline Elaine 309,149,178 Michael Robert 309 Michael Thompson Nancy Ellen Nancy Kathryn 309,147,156, Norman Gary 309 Paula Kay Lewis Quinton K. 309 Rebecca Lane 309,94 Robbie Jane 309,158 Robert Lee Jr. 309,85 Rodney Cole 309 Rosemary Ainsworth 309 Roy E. Jr. 309 Scott Amold 309 Stacia Dee 309,94 Stanley Daun 309,139 Stephen Lynn 310 Thomas Eugene 310 Timothy Ronnie 310,135 Vick Edward 73 Warren Richard 310 Wesley Brent William Ray 310 Willie Marcus Jr. 310 Richard Allen 310 Snider, Bill C. Snuffer, Mary Verjean 310 Snyder, Richard Russell 310 Sockwell, Larry Don 310 Soliz, James Martin 310 Sorenson, Kent William 172 Sorrells, Sue Carol 310 Sorrels, John William 310 Sosa, Armando Gomez 310 Sosa, David Sepeda 310 Soto, Samuel Jerry 310 Sparks, John Rodney Sparks, Marilyn 310,54,57,6l Specht, Robert Allan 310 Speciale, Anthony Paul 310 Spence, Jimmie Ken 310 Spieker, Clarence Howard 310,164 Spieker, Mary E. Parker 310 Spieler, John Howard 310 Spill, Van Ray Spiller, Walter Melvin Spokely, Roland J. Jr. Spoonts, Gary Scott Sprawls, Tom Wayne 310 Spriggs, Johnny Lee 84,85,92 Springer, Alan Leighton 310 Springer, Denver Allen I1, 310 Springer, Jack C. Springer, Ronald Baldwin 310 Springer, Roy Ellis 310 Springer, Wilbum Boone 310 Sprinkle, Beverly Ann 310 Srader, Jack Harlon 246,310,293,15, 182,139 Srader, John Garton 310 Stacy, Roy Lee 310 Stafford, Linda R. Huffman Stahl, Van Linus 310,151,152,124,146 Staley, Jay William Stamper, Delia D. Holguin 310 Standefer, Phyllis Ruth Stanfield, Terry Altus 310 Stanley, Alan Dale 310 Stanley, Betty Lee 310 Stanley, Lynn Dale 310 Stapleton, James N. Stapleton, Richard C. 310 Stapp, Hill David Starkey, Judy K. Matthews Stasey, Maribeth 311 Stegall, Donna Kay 311 Stephens, Charles C. 311 Stephens, Jimmy 311 Stephens, Maryann 311,22,23,94 Stephens, Thomas Charles 311,104 Stephens, William James Stephenson, Larry Mac Stemard, Rodney Robert 311 Stevens, Linda R. Van Ness 311 Stevens, Marc Edwin 311 Stevens, Perry Leslie 311 Stewart, Alfred Clude III 311 Stewart, Elaine L. Barina Stewart, Gerald Wayne 311 Stewart, James Michael 311 Stewart James William Stewart, Linda Sue Stewart, Lynn Howard 311 Stewart, Pat Ray 311 Stewart, Roberta A. Morse 311 Stillwell, Homer Allison Stinnett, David Alan 311,135 Teel, Dewey Lynn 314 Teichelrnan, Choya Carlton 314 Templeton, Albert Eugene Templeton, David Glenn Teplieek, Linda S. Peterson 314 Tepper, Ben Steven 314 Terrazas, Leonel P. 314 Terrill, Burdett Henry 314,124,156, 162 Terry, Gayle A. 314 Terry, Timothy Mark 314 Theriot, Melody Ann 314,194 Thetford, Douglas Alan Thiel, David William 73 Thieman, Mark H. 314,135 Thixton, Eunice L. Thompson 314 Thomas, Peter Michael Thomas Thomas Thomas , Randy Gene 262,314,132 , Sally Frances 314 , William David 314 Stirl, Shirley Diane 311,158,179 Stites, Claude Holland 311 Stockton, Lewis Austin Jr. 311,34 Stone, Jerry Wayne Stone, Michael Craig 312 Stone, Samuella Nutt Stoner, Anita Diane 312,179 Stout, Jo Ann Featherston Stout, Robert Gordon 312 Stovall, Charles 312 Strahl, David Lynn 312,135,182 Straley, Dale Wayne 312 Strickland, Lillian Kay 312 Strickland, Nita Jean Strickland, Vickey Lynn 312 Stricklin, Glenda Sue 312 Thomason James Craig 314 Thomesen: Linda J. 314 Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, 'I'hompson, Thompson Thompson Donald Milton 314 Kenneth Eugene 314,53 Manfred Rolf 314 Marilyn Fergason 314 Nelda Jane 314,53 Ruby A. Chewning 314 Streigler, 0. D. Strom, Strong, Glynn Wayne 312 Betsy Ann 312 Strother, Carol Ann 312 Stroud, Stroud, Joylyn Kaye 312 Melissa Gaye 312 Stroud, Shen'y Lynn 312 Stroud, Vicki Lynn 313 Strube, Al Wilford 313 Strube, Thomas Dale 313 Sharon Lee 3 13 Sturm, Michael Paul 313 Sudduth, Jean Ann Low 313 Sudduth, Ollie Neille 313 Sugg, Joel David Sugg, Suzanne P. Pohleman Sullivan, Mike Ray 172,73 Sullivan, R. Sharron 313 Sullivan, Stephen Roy 313,172 Summers, Don Alan 313,172 Summers, Michael Zenor 313 Suriff, Jerome Louis 164 Sutton, Janice Louise 313 Sutton, Thomas Gene 313 Swaim, Paul David Swanke, Betty J. Scott Swaringin, Lloyd D. 313 Swartz, Donna Ann Vaneff Sweet, Michael Swink, Donnie Lee 313 Sword, Harold 313 Sydislcis, Anita C. Wilhelm Sydislds, Michael Arthur 313 Syvertsen, Harold 150 Talamantes, Antonio A. 313 Talamantes, Arthur E. 313 Talamantes, Joe V. 313 Talamantez, Mario Frausto Talbot, Harold G. Talley, John Harmon 314,85 Talley, Patricia Barth 314 Talley, Robert Wyn 314 Tankersley, Robert Neil 314 Tanner, Payton Francis Tansil, Harry A. Tarter, Joe Brent 314,146,l50,183 Tate, Allene Ruby Thornton, Dorothy Lucille 314 Thornton, James Woodrow 314 Thomton, Richard Eugene 314 Thornton, William Thomas 315 Thorp, Larry Wayne 315 Thorp, Thomas Marion Timm, Connie Lee Marshall Tiner, William Elvis 315 Tinnerello, Cassandra 315 Tinney, Clifton Lee Tipps, Susanne C. Griffin Tipton, Leslie Mansell Tipton, Michael Gene Tishman, Allen Joel Tishman, Maxine Bernstein Titsworth, Lester Ray 315 Titus, Albert Tolle, Michael James Tolle, Patti Ruth 315,52 Tomlin, Stuart Monroe Tooke, Dexter Keith 315 Torrence, Craig Overton 315,55,46,62 63,60 Torres, James Escobedo 315 Torres, Marcelo Jr. Torres, 136 Torres, Torrez, Mike Angel 315,l51,161,124, Ricardo 146,315 Alfred Martinez 315 Tawate Taylor, Taylor, r, Linda Sue 314,164,130 Barbara Ann 314,58- Carolyn Kay 314 Taylor, Don Charles 314 Taylor, James Alva Taylor, Johnny Webb 73,79 Taylor, Lewis James Taylor, Michael Wayne Taylor, Mozelle A. Sayner Taylor, Patricia Ann 314 Taylor, Robert Stephen 65,314 Taylor, Tommy Clayton 314 Townley, Vicki Lynn 315 Townsend, Jimmy Dwaine 315 Townsend, Paul Arthur 315 Trainer, Ralph Mitchell Trantham, Sue Ann Trevathan, Jennifer Lee 315 Trevino, Albesa 315 Trevino, Ezequiel Trevino, Rudy Garza 315 Trevino, Yolanda Maria 315 Trigg, Sara Beth 21,315 Trimble, Jimmie Dean 316 Trimble, Michael Gordon Trimble, Raymond Edwin 161 Trojcak, Patrick George 316 Troop, Stanley Ross 316 Trotter, Maureen Elizabeth 316,152, 130 Trudo, Kathleen Elizabeth 1- Tmelt, Terry Lynn Trusler, Peni L. Heam 316,152 Tubbs, Barbara Anne 316,58 Tucker, Beverly Ann 316 Tucker, Cecil Eugene Jr. 316 Tucker, Gary R. 316 Tumlinson, Francis Marie 316 Tumlinson, Gilda Leigh 316 Turlcnett, Clifford Harlan 44,45,56,61 62,60,65 Turn, Belinda Gail 316 Tum, Dana Lou Lusby 316 Turn, Raleigh Kip 316 Tumbo, Harold Lewis Jr. 316 Tumbow, Ellen Denise 316,249,179 Tumer, Cheryl Diane 316,147,179, Taylor, Wanda Verlene 314 Teagarden, Fred McGuire Jr. Teague, Charles Allen 314 Teague, Grady Baxter Teal, Martha Jo Tedrow, Billy Lamoine 314 156,146 Tumer, Dannie Wade 316 Tumer, Danny Ray Tumer, Gail Ann 316 Turner, Gene Craig 316 Tumer, Turner, Lester Wilson Steve Ross 317,135 Turner, William Clay Tumey, Sidney Eugene 317 Tweedy, Barbara Vannan West, Kenneth Morris 324,139 Zachry, Deborah Ann 325 Tyler, Earl Day 284,317,161,149 Tyler, Jennifer Lou 317 Tyler, John H. T. 71,73 Underwood, Jesse McCray 317 Underwood, Pamela J. Archer Underwood, Wendel Arthur Upham, Gary Gene 317 Urista, Frank Castro Jr. Valadez, Danny Munoz 317,152,167 Valadez, Maria Concepcion 317,156 Valenzuela, Olga Gonzales 317,167 Vallandingham, Mary Ann 317 Valles, Richard John Vallette, Mary Beth Valverde, Alex 317 Vandiver, Charles M. 317 Vannocker, Leonard Joel 317 Vanzant, Eddie Lee Varga, Clay Erwin 317,157 Varga, Janet Lyn Martin 317 Vargas, Lydia M. 317,167 Vargas, Ruben Lee 317 Vamadore, Jimmy Douglas Vamell, Chester Kay Vamer, James William Vaughan, Carol Louise 317 Vaughn, Daniel Cooper 317,151,125 146 Vaughn, Sherry D. Carroll 317,163 Veazey, Cynthia Marie 317,130 Veazey, Willard Shelby Velasquez, Del Valez 317,135 Vemer, Wesley Earl 317,85 Vicary, Dana Sharon 317 Villaret, Carole Mary 317 Vincent, Drexell Stuart 317,135 Vincent, Jerry Lee 317 Vincent, Nancy L. Fairchild 317 Vinson, Bobby Reece 317 Vinson, Jon W. Virdell, Sharon Kay Voss, Eddie Jr. 317 Votto, Susan Kay 317 NVaddell, Judy L. Burkes 317 Wade, Barbara Beth 317 Wade, Paul Cameron 73 Wade, Vera Elizabeth Wadsworth, Nell Bentley Waggoner, Michael David Weishuhn, Cary Lynn 318 Weishuhn, Linda Marie 318,149 Weisser, Gilbert E. Welch, Albert Darius 318 Welch, Frank Dell Welch, Linda Gayle 318 Welch, Ray Bruce 319 Weldon, Bobbie N. Compton 319 Wells, Albert Durward 319 Werst, Danna Lee 319 Werth, Charlotte Ann 319 West, West, West, Caroline Sue Jeannie Marie 56,155,319 Julia Louise 319 West, Shirley J. Crawford 319,151,152 Steven Marshall 3 19 West, Tommy Ray 319 Westbrook, Ira O'Neal 319 Westbrook, Julian Caudler 319 Whaley, Lynette M. Manley 319 Wheeler, James Rudolph Wheeler, John Michael 319 Whisnant, Joseph Gregory 319,73 Whitaker, Richard Stephen 319 White, Beverly Ann 319 White, Bobby James 319 VVhite, Charles Edward 319,161,1-46, 149 White, Harold James 319,85,93 White, Helen M. 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Price 325 Young, Clarence Jake 325 Young, Donnie Ray 325 Young, Jenean Swindall 58 Young, John Harlan 325 Young, Judith Janet Harlow Young, Michael Wayne 325 Young, Richard D. Young, Rudy O'Neal Young, William Bruce 325 Whittington, Sara Ellen 320 Wickson, Mary Carolyn 320 Wiggins, Nancy D. Baker 320 Wagley, Carla Jean Moore 317 VVag'ner, Edmund Alideen 317 XVagner, Ricky Dean 317 Wagnor, Arthur Wayne 317 VValker, Ben Bob 7l,75,73 Walker, Gary Herschel 317,132 Walker, Leonard G. 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Martin Williams, Lawrence Robert 321,58 Williams, Lenora Jane 30,321 Williams, Leonard Forrest Williams, Marilyn Kay 321 Williams, Michael Thomas Williams, Patricia Ann 321 Williams, Patti Marie 321 NVilliams, Peggy Ann 321,130,131 Williams, Reagan Rene Williams, Robert Hartwell VVilliams, Ronald Joseph 321 Williams, Ronald Lee 322,182 Williams, Ruby Leona 322,156 Williams, Steve Alan YVilliams, Steve O'Neal 322 NVilliams, Troy Gene 322 Williams, Troy L. Williams Walter Harvey 322 Wolferd, Bonnie Anne 323 Wolferd, Forrest C. Jr. VVolski, Edward Leo 73 XVolslager, Joseph F. Wolslager, Paula Jay Wolslager, Terry J. St. Clair Womack, Joan M. 323 Wood, Jay Boyd Wood, Joy Louise 323,321 Wood, Lewie H. 323 VVood, Sam B. 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