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

 - Class of 1971

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L J: Y. . , 1 5: 'fy E- iw? 3495 x , V1 R V ' rxwkf, me-I Q 'Q ' - J, .xv . 1 ' cl , 'Z ,. .W .1 A. pm. ., R! ws: Y 'PSA .w. 3 53 Q to x sf-fx wk 4 ' siudeni life moving means work- unloading. arranging we i The beginning of a new school year carried many problems along with the excitement that students felt. Eager to get moved into the dormitories and to meet their room- mates, some for the first time, stu- dents were seen running about in all directions. There were thousands of trips to and from cars, mobs of people waiting at elevator doors, col- lisons on the stairs, and, in general, "organized" chaos. The few days of moving into the residence halls were also used by the male students, for this was a time when they could legally enter the confines of the women's halls. Besides getting situated in their rooms, students were involved with the hassle of registration. There were more lines, cards to be completed, classes to be arranged, checks to be written, and headaches to be pro- duced. After the days of registration, students knew that the time for study was approaching. A new dorm room means a home-away-from-home, which necessitates moving all belong- ings. Holding a box of items, Carolyn Jackson wonders where to put her load, while room- mate Brenda Wright thumbs through her books Cupperj. Unpacking a loaded car causes many headaches. Freshmen Linda Barrington and Marva Hogg gather as many boxes as they can possibly carry in a single trip in order to reduce the number of trips flowery. L -g Instructions and directions are ever- present during the registration period as students arrange cards in order to cut down the confusion involved in being a student Cuppery. Giving approval for courses in the education department, Dr. Verna Mae Crutchfield studies one of sev- eral lists in her possession flower lefty. Even though there are drawers in the room, Becky Stephenson has persuaded Wayne Franke and Jack Srader to tote her additional dresser to her room. flower rightj. f - :Q 'new dimensions in '70-angelo homecoming "New Dimensions in '70" was the theme for ASU's homecoming. Ac- tivities were kicked off with a faculty vs. ASUSA flag football game and ended with the Rams overwhelming victory over Stephen F. Austin. Monday was designated as Blue Monday. Students were encouraged to wear blue in support of the Rams. Tom and Billy entertained ASU students as part of Tuesday's activi- ties which also included a film festi- val in the food service center. Dr. Peter Stanlis gave a lecture on Robert Frost on Wednesday and Tom and Billy hosted a concert Thursday night. A funeral procession to the bon- fire began Friday's festivities. The bonfire preceded the Winter Carni- val and dance. Mary Evridge was crowned home- coming queen as the climax to a full week of activities. Following the game ASU students dance to the music of "The Stix" in the Cotillion Room at the Town House Cupperj. The faculty comes out victorious over the ASUSA in the annual flag football game flowery. itil 14 Q, ' fga'F? . ,, 'N 5 lk Qiqmz y V flip.. ., WM.. . -: -5 . 5: D N E, qirhf f gf ' T . Ii -'k' l' ' Ice-'fftw . 'H F 1 'f ' -". R ziif g. -2 Atfg-5 it , 'gf' 1:-5 ' r ' ggjfglgf, -":-' A -'11-' :ragga , ,Pl 2:-s f' 5. . Ap, ' - 44.:.t .A , I ag --. W ff- .:-,f 1 1 V M. -5 X V- ,. Q qzzag- . , R-:ff :faxes N - as-2 '.'1::,:-ere. . Nlw DIr'EMSIElN5 I Q, FUR CHR THE Hts Winter Carnival, held on Friday night, flaunts a wide variety of booths. Delta Sigma Pi sponsors a "rat race" fupper lefty. Dr. Peter Stanlis gives an in- spiring talk on Robert Frost fupper righty. Residents of the Men's High Rise beat drums for three straight days during homecoming week as a spirit booster flower leftj. Carr Hall's "Age of Aries" takes top honors in the decorations contest flower righty. Y, - -, 9' Q., 3, m 'zuwi-4 MA Hull E Mary Evridge and her escort, Jim Wilson, await the announcement of the 1970 Home- coming Queen fupper righty. Diana Block, 1969 Homecoming Queen, prepares to crown her successor Cupper lefty. During homecoming week, singers Tom and Billy keep students entertained with a variety of music fabovej. diana's reign completed marg crowned queen . N Fighting Rams Bobby Pherigo C415 and Thomas Williams 4663 down a Lumberjack during the victorious game over Stephen F. Austin fupper lefty. The annual bonfire sparks spirit among ASU students fabovey. Lambda Tau pledges wave to the parade- watchers as their third-place float travels along Shenfvood Way flefty. christmas festivities include mistletoe ball l , I '1 . 'v X- if Leslie McCoy and Judy Rose admire the Christmas tree of Carr Hall fupper lefty. Danny Davis, resident of Mayer Hall, com- pletes drawings for a Christmas decora- tion fupper rightb. Trimming the tree in Mayer Hall are Jim Alexander, Mrs. Madg- ling, Mark McClellan, and Andrew Alaniz Qrightj. Decorations, parties, and gifts aid- ed in making the Christmas season at ASU a joyous one. Each of the dorms had at least one tree along with the traditional Christmas dec- orations. Parties were also held in each of the dorms, with exchange of gifts among some of the students. Climaxing Christmas season on campus was the annual Mistletoe Ball. ASU students danced to the music provided by "Soul Agents," a band from Lubbock. The ultra-semi- formal event was held on December 5, 1970, in ASU's Food Service Cen- ter. The University Program Coun- cil, headed by Jack Srader, provided the decorations for the fete. Enjoying a bedtime snack of punch and cookies are Mickey Nations, Rita Rogers, and Barbara Lundgren, resident of Carr Hall fupperj. Playing cards serves as a favorite past-time for many students. Spending a few minutes away from studies are Danny Davis, Andrew Alaniz, Naoaki Shibata, David Whitworth, and Scott Skid- more flower lefty. Nancy Vaughn and Bob- bie Copeland combine their talents to pro- duce beautiful tones for the others in the formal lobby of the Women's High Rise flower rightj. WY f ff Xin RRP! i Living in one of the dormitories on the campus of Angelo State Uni- versity provided many varied experi- ences forthe residents. Students en- joyed the opportunities for sociabili- ty, as they participated in card games, floor and dorm parties, films and panel discussions, and general talk sessions. They also had access to laundry facilities, pianos, televisions, and lobbies for entertain- ing friends and dates. ASU residence halls were actively involved in campus activities. Boys who lived in Mayer and Runnels pre- sented skits during Ram rallies in order to boost school spirit, while the Men's and Women's High Rises combined to jointly sponsor a casino party for all students. During Home- coming Week, Carr Hall brought home top h o n o r s for dorm decorations. X ii dorm lite-diversified activities singIe.group projects offered 3 fn. - f""'a5,3-fx S I- Weekly laundry is one of the facets of college that all students have in common. Removing a sheet from the dryer, Curg Starkey discovers that the cloth is still hot fleftj. Writing letters to family and friends involves budgeted time, as senior Bertha Kyees well knows Crightj. 27 line arts begins production with wittg comedies. historical drama Comedy was the keynote of the Angelo State University Department of Fine Arts' productions as it opened its season with "Black Comedy," written by Peter Shaffer. This pro- duction used the reverse principle, where the stage was darkened only when the cast members were sup- posed to be visible. The action began when the main fuse of a London apartment blew. From this point, everything happened. Preceeding "Black Comedy" was a short student adaptation of Anton Chekov's "The Marriage Proposal." This one-act play was adapted by ASU drama students to fit the West Texas decor. "The Town They Left Behind Them," written, directed, and pro- duced by Dr. Ray Carver, head of the fine arts department, was the next production. A cast of twenty- six actors played 133 roles, ranging from post commander to traders and Indians and re-enacted life at Old Fort Concho and in early San Angelo. ,-44 -.W Q3 A' AJ .x, . Q5 1 In a West Texas version of "The Marriage Proposal," "Aunt Hedy fKaren Pearsonj con- vinces Curley fCharles Kirkpatrickj that he is a shiftless skunk as Joanna fBonnie Bos- wellj looks on fupper righty. During the production "The Town They Left Behind Them," Charles Kirkpatrick, a soldier, and Tara Marshall share a tender moment in front of Old Fort Concho flowery. Recreations from "Black Comedy" charac- ters-Carol fSusan colemany, Colonel Melkett fDr. Bill Wattsy, Miss Rurnival fKaren Pearsony, and Harol Uames Buc- hanany-are varied when Brindsley fBob Taylory attempts to escape with "the Per- sian rug" fupper lefty. A gentleman always gives a pretty lady a hand-even in the dark and especially in "Black Comedy." Brindsley Miller assists his "very debu- tante" fiance, Carol Melkett, as she gropes through the darkness flower lefty. Pete Johnson CColonel Grierson, commander of Fort Conchoy directs Jim Alexander Ca cav- alrymany in military strategy flower lefty. g, xx intimaog keg word in 'knaok', expression kegs reader's theatre 1. N V - , ,- -A ' .yn ,fa . A ,- Catherine Cowell and Berne Enslin presented a collection of poems ln staging as well as direction, Ann JeIlicoe's "The Knack" was an intimate play. Performed predomi- nately on an improvised stage in front of and about two feet lower than the main stage, the comedy brought its intense action closer to the audience. The lives, loves, and frustrations of its characters, a closely knit group of one girl and three young men, formed the basis of this d y n a m i c contemporary comedy. "Lovers and Madmen" was a faculty Reader's Theatre production. adapted by Mrs. Cowell. This col- lection expressed the greater sensi- tivity of poets, or madmen, some- times true to reality. The second theatre production was adapted by Miss Helen Schafer from George Herman's "A Company of Wayward Saints." A troop of actors, in attempting to persuade the Duke to be their patron saint, perform for him the history of man from creation to death. Nancy, portrayed by Sharon Houck, notices that Ken Stinnet as Tolen has a certain "knack" when it comes to girls. Tom QWade Mayerj and Colin fWaymon Berryhillj are busy studying a map of the city fupper rightj. During the play "The Knack," Nancy, a country girl who has come to the city, lets Tolen and Colin know exactly how .she feels fupper lefty. Nancy fearfully evades a pass made by Tolen, a self-confident ladies' man, as Tom looks on flower rightl. 11- A ! Y H kY"1" Q Mr. Berne Enslin, director of "Night Must Fall," evaluates each student's capabili- ties during tryouts for the ASU spring pro- ductions Cupper lefty. Gary Bullingsley looks on as Sharon Houck reads from the script to "Night Must Fall" Cupper rightj. "Put a little more emphasis into that movement, like this!" Dr. Carver, head of the fine arts department, critiques stu- dents during a rehearsal of "Threepenny Opera" flower rightj. three productions bring varietg to list of spring entertainment The first production of the spring semester was E m ly n Williams' "Night Must FaII." This psychological melodrama was directed by Mr. Berne Enslin who, with Dr. Watts served as associate director of the university theatre. This play con- cerned an insane murderer and his plot to get rid of a rich, old lady so that he could acquire her money. Bertolt Brecht's musical comedy, "Threepenny Opera," was the next production in the 1970-71 fine arts season. Dr. Ray Carver directed this colorful play which depicted the lusty low-life of London. Through its cen- tral figure, Mac the Knife, it illus- trated the contrast of prosperity and poverty in society. The Readers' Theatre production, "A Company of Wayward Saints," brought the season to a close. Productions throughout the year were the result of many hours spent by the students and faculty of the fine arts department. Working to- gether as directors, designers, tech- nicians, actors, and "just plain" workers, they presented a variety in entertainment. Mrs. Juanita Norris, departmental costumer, hems the dress which Sande Vincent will wear in "The Town They Left Behind Them" fupper lefty. Janeen Haun and Mrs. Norris alter costumes worn by Cathy Bolon and Bobbi Christian flower lefty. Greg Kerley, Clay Johnson, and Bobbie Copeland help build the set for "Night Must Fall" flower rightj. numerous awards reflect skill hard work of speech. students Angelo State University speech students participated in numerous forensic tournaments throughout the year. They worked hard preparing to enter events including debate, oral interpretation, entertaining speak- ing, manuscript oratory, extempo- raneous speaking, and impromptu speaking. At contests such as those held at Lubbock, Longview, Colorado Springs, and San Marcos, they found that their efforts payed off. Partici- pating st u d e n t s won numerous awards and trophies. Miss Helen Schafer, ASU speech instructor, served as sponsor for speaking entries in competition. To- gether with other Angelo State speech instructors, she assisted and coached talented students who rep- resented ASU in speaking contests. Miss Helen Schafer, ASU speech instructor, gives Karen Pearson a few tips on delivering her oral interpretation reading fupper rightj. Preceeding their success, Rachel Wells pre- pares her debate delivery while Marvin Schultz makes his presentation flower lefty. Upon returning from speaking competition at Texas Tech, Mike Hall, Patricia Turner, Claude Fletcher, and Charles Kirkpatrick discuss the trophies they have acquired. With his suit- cases, Mark Tansil proudly carries the third-place trophy which he and Patricia Turner won during debate competition flower rightj. , L"- l ,x A v...m.L,.-:..,:v4.2.,,x -5. ,.e.sx. X L!1.q-1 5 f "'1 fi ' ii iff , l I il if-ll? Liilillalgii A1221 '43 ,Q DNENM' i.y..- n wr.-Yxv X ' . 9. 1 t we ff Marvin Schultz shows Becky Gray where she can find source material for a debate presentation fupper lefty. Ronnie Love helps Rachel Wells decide which readings she will type for presentation in the Colo- rado Springs tournament. Dale Freeman looks through the files for information he can use in his debate fupper righty. Oral interpretation entries in the numerous speech contests in which Angelo State participates include Jeannie West, William Rosser, Bobbi Christian, Fred Moore, and Cathy Bolon flower lefty. choir performs 'messiah' with s.a. orchestra In the spring the ASU choir, di- choir presented two symphony con- Jenean Young, a full-time music rected by Mr. Jon Spong, performed certs in the ASU auditorium, and it student at ASU, serves as choir HandeI's "Messiah" with the San also participated in a special Christ- president. Angelo Symphony Orchestra. The mas concert at Goodfellow. ill I , it lli v nl Ill! I ""..,., . U 1s s ,ganna gnu Hllilll Following the direction of Mr. Spong, Sande Vincent, Jimmie Lynch, Diana Wil- liams, and Diana Deatherage practice a selection from Mozart's "Regina Choeli" for the choir's spring concert fupperj. ', fnls I P K! sw firffavtigl Chili bling ..,, . up xx rs Fl ntl i golden ram band boosts spirit of football fans Members of the Golden Ram Band, led by drum major Ted Caf- fey, brightened half-time activities at all home football games and sev- eral out of town games. They per- formed precision drills devised by Mr. Eddie Pace, band director, to numerous pieces. The band also pro- vided accompaniment for the half- time routines of the Angelettes. Dur- ing the games, their numbers boost- ed the spirit of football fans. Throughout the year, the band presented three concerts in the ASU auditorium. In the spring they went on tour, making appearances at high schools as far away as San Antonio and Fort Worth. Band members step into formation during one of their daily practice sessions. They must be able to accurately perform the precision drills which accompany their music Qrightj. N 'K - . -. Yrs . 51 'f r s 1.1 '- :t :xsyfemsbw ' X-'XGs5kx5.131,'11:',5.- ,- GX --22- GN . fgygis t ..,.f.,X-. . .. . rf. sw.-.NX .ss " is :si Q X was of X Q rx 'K N ws gg - R lg- -ax. iixxqxf T Mbps .X rc? V ..zxi'i:- " . ' N- ' Q l 'f - ' ' x 'gifs K WML- ....,..,.a,eA: me fs , W . x K wp 1 ,V -,-v:.,f.Yr VV, . , The band plays "Cantique and Faranade" by W. Francis McBeth during a concert held in the ASU auditorium fupper lefty. Twirler Treva Jetter perfects a routine which she will present during halftime activities at the ASU-Tarleton game fupper righty. Mr. Eddie Pace, band director, directs the band during a concert flower lefty. As a part of halftime activi- ties, the Golden Ram Band, under the leadership of drum major Ted Caffey, performs for football fans flower righty. nw Kwgsaf 'W-W ,x.,. ,1 xx J' www bfi' ' x i ia '14 . .ff -, - x X -,f' ---- Y, fi ' ,Q nl nr' Mi' 'iw' 'WAT-.,4QmxAxl "sq2a"""'4""" 'of 1' 4- 'M 'Ju' x' M , 'v ."td grips!! lm sl-1, '4 ffm , 'J wb? . . f 'G A Q. an .., , ,- A , ,, -- A- ,N -IW - 'g -J' 3"fc':', 9- - 5 'Q' 'i'f"' A':f5x Kg-'ii I f ,' ff -- fx -'ra' Q 595' yr' - ,v f s -c'- -. . , 'ff-' , MN ff 'fl' - ,1 v45' :V .1 p., 7,4-V1,f,,.,5.Q .- I '- '1 'I " l llfyff M . 7' !:"k- i 4' I tail-4 V 'V .':,f'L"':v:'Af-- 4' r '- 15 -+ 1- J.-gn. . , fi 1.9 1: - ,sw 'f , 1 - ' f . 'ff ,QQ ,. . q' f' ' "-V-.1""'. -"-Vp' 7'-4 .1' . 'Lb ' '..N'2' 1 A' --'f:"4',' .441 , 17' ' ,"-f'? Ep, .nw zf' -H, Sr ,', . p I-1 u'.,.: iff 4 ., fi. '5lf1" I 'J 'Rav' " 1 1 ' r I2 -1 , v,',Vrp-f' A,,,. , uf! if Ap!! A ,p .. -5: T., ' 'W -' 1 Q "fc 1-f:.?'.-ff ", x gearbook staff works as one happg familg QL. if K . Rambouillet staff members include William Scherz, photographer: Diane Wilde, staff member: Julie Pressly, editor: Jeanette Kujawski, associate editor: Chris Zinser, staff member: and Ray Lynch, chief photographer fleftj. Mr. Mike Ryan serves as sponsor for the yearbook frighty. paper, magazine-creative outlet for students Members of the Ram Page staff are James Smith, circulation mana- ger: Kathy Huff, staff writer: Nell Fischer, as- sociate editor: Paul Raw- lings, business manager: Bill Brumfield, editor: Joyce Zimmerschied, staff writer: Gayle Chil- ders, assistant news edi- tor: Terrilee Pettigrew, news editor: Roy Ivey, staff writer: and .lack Cowan, sports writer frightj. i G 4773 V f.. U : f by . G i' gdim., e,, ' a., .-- .., Ng. Terry McClain, editor of Pensador, relaxes while reading his first issue. The literary maga- zine is published three times a year fupper rightj. Bob Beames is the sponsor of the Ram Page flower leftj. Serving as Pensador sponsor is Garland Ashley flower rightj. A Q, st.-yi asusa holds elections. monthlg news This year the Angelo State Uni- versity Student Association launched into its second year of publishing the monthly newsletter. This letter kept students informed of upcoming ac- tivities and events and published re- sults from former events. Student Congress, including mem- bers from each class, met each week to discuss and plan events such as homecoming and dances. Each week the Ram Rallies were taped for radio station KGKL with the aid of Marvin Schultz, Student Association president. Student Association officers include Jeanine Kunkel, Gilbert Ornelas, Marvin Schultz, and Karen Kelley fupperj. Class officer campaigns and elections represent student interest in campus affairs frightj. ASUSA members meet in the library conference room. Secretary Sheila Kelly reads the minutes from the first meeting of the spring semester Cupperj. Election committee mem- bers Karen Kelley, Gayle Childers, Diana Block and Julie Pressly discuss election pro- cedures for elections of Mr. and Miss ASU flowery. ' ' 1 ' 'X -P lfif fligf, wsyg-,fijgfr','f""':":,,-'Eff 's w...,m1.'i,,.sl-, 1 'ilk core councils plan activities Panhellenic Council, Inter-Fra- ternity Council and the University Center Program Council operated as core organizations for other campus groups. Panhellenic Council consisted of members from both social sororities. They determined all sorority regula- tions. Inter-Fraternity Council operated in the same way and planned rules for all social fraternities on campus. University Center Program Coun- cil planned activities for the student body. After the new student center is completed, it will be their head- quarters. E , -qii ill I tl lor. .7 P AWS I Officers of the Panhellenic Council are Linda Tawater, Paddy Dickehut, Barbara Bilbrey, Cathe Clemens, Sherri Green, and Peggy Neill Cupperj. University Center Pro- gram Council members are Harold Price, Nargii Shirey, Wayne Franke, Sheila Kelly, Jack Srader, Barbara Prince, Larry Matson, Bunny Barber, Ernie Gill, Pamela Holmes, Paul Rawlings and Wes Davis fcenterj. David Perry, Robert McGarvey, Wayne Franke, Bob Eckhardt, and John McGregor are Inter-Fraternity Council officers flow- er . """" , .15 3. w,,.,..?g afro-americans strive for unitg among blacks Afro-American Society members emphasized black unity as their main goal this year. Increased member- ship proved their success. The society sponsored a Thanks- giving Drive in which they went door-to-door collecting canned goods for needy families. The food was dis- tributed to the families by the Sal- vation Army. Afro-Americans also collected over S100 to help pay medical ex- penses for John T. McNally. Members of the Afro-American Society include Harry Griffin, Lamar Monde John- son, Charles fCaty Washington, Harlin Brunson, Pat Wheelock, Wanda Jackson, Dutch Flowers, Arthur Epperson, Calanthia Butler, Barbara Prince, Jackie Emith, Oma Reeves, Carroll Samuels, Morris Over- street, Phillip McGuire, sponsor, Donnie Betts, Katherine Lucas, Joe Nathan Cart- er, Jo Smith, and Johnny fThe County Spriggs Cupperj. Officers are Morris Over- street, Phillip McGuire, sponsor, Charles Washington, Arthur Epperson, Katherine Lucas, Barbara Prince and Wanda Jack- son Clower lefty. Barbara Prince partakes in a discussion on race during an experi- mental English course flower rightj. wrha discusses change in women s dorm hours A typical scene in the dorm, Linda Bicker- staff is engrossed in a TV program fupper lefty. WRHA president Cynthia Fry and secretary Julie Pressly discuss hours at council meeting fupper rightj. WRHA co- sponsors casino party with MRHA flowery. Floor representatives and dorm officers of the Women's Residence Hall Association met on Tuesday nights to plan activities for the year. During the first semester, intramural volleyball games were played. Cham- pionship went to the sixth floor. Members also spent several meet- ings discussing new dorm hours. The possibility of extended hours was taken into consideration. WRHA built a large ram head around a pick-up truck and entered it in the parade along side the float. 7 Q4 K V - 'ffgifll ,wuz ' X .- .. ' s ai giffuvfh - ' .f ' , wygiw .-1? ' T' nbxug 4 ' gf' 1? f W g ,, wr Q, S 1 X f J fy 3 x"', l 'gifs 1 17 sf X A f2 'f f5: Ae11 ff 1 .. , . . fls ' I 5 ga' 1 V i g1'L,.,.:.i,g? ,N . ,J ., 2 ,gf " , N 5 is 2 . -40, nh. N ' ' . 1 ?!5a's-2'1.lf "' b - ,z gy, A F ' 1 9: Qs fi? -fel:-.SEQ K I 'A xv . , all 3 , -5 i S9 :,fizf:f f b A I if flligv I 5, f ' X -. : . 4 -V.-2. nignrrlfza 1 1 I, P 'Img A I L 5? A. X! K S fp- . . gl .., ,-iw, , - 'V -A ,NXVJN X ' Q E-... - f 4 ' 'fm WS: ' if ' ' V... ' ' ' , K Q .. W Q -,A -1, 1 qx Xa . w.- f'5'Q , Www., "' J A -x-' "Q .Q W NXYKXXNNXXKSWKIIItil4ngyp,,'f ,f,,,,,M I. oarr hall wins homecoming decorations contest Combined efforts of the 93 women living in Carr Hall this year resulted in a victory in one ofthe major home- coming contests. Decorations, in- cluding fighting rams, zodiac posters and large signs enhanced the interior and exterior of the dormitory. All dorms competed in the decorations contest. During football season, several players gave lectures to the women on the involved tactics of the game. A game film was shown to make the lecture more explanatory. Hall meetings were held at Carr in the large main lobby several times throughout the year. Carr Hall As- sociation president was Joy Peter- man. Residents and their dates can enjoy tele- vision in the lobby at Carr Hall frighty. Some of Carr's winning decorations in- clude posters and large signs flower lefty. This resident waits for the football film to begin flower rightj. CHRI-1' 43 39 B H E A,f5i1'-255 .W women students commission represents coeds P' g4 ?'t'L . - 'vileflzifl-i'?1 - ,,, :-17.,,, - ,ig--vig ss 7'-wbiia-1132.31 . gl Newly organized, the Women Stu- dents Commission represented all campus coeds. On the eve of this year's elections WSC sponsored a panel discussion by government instructors. The dis- cussion included points of interest for present and future voters. Topics included the 18-year-old vote and candidate selection. Dean Janet Douglas sponsored this new organization. Women Student Commission officers in- clude Sheila Chambers, activities chair- man, Dean Janet Douglas, sponsor, Carol Davis, secretary, and Judy Rose, chairman. Not pictured is Toni Salvato, treasurer flefty. bible center ve faoulig in vollegball game 4i'ifs-W. In October members of the Church of Christ center challenged the facul- ty to a volleyball game, followed by a cook-out at the center. This year a planning committee was formed to organize activities for each month. Church of Christ center provided a library in which students could study and recreation facilities such as a ping-pong table and a television room for student use. Marion McKinney served as their director. David Forde and Paul Lippe relax in the television room between classes Cupperj. The research library at the Bible Study Center includes numerous volumes on religion and Bible interpretation. Starla Carter takes advantage of its facilities frightj. yu? X i bsu travels to i state convention Members of the Baptist Student Union participated in a BSU con- vention in Dallas during the fall se- mester. Students met to discuss ways to improve and expand BSU activities on a state-wide scale. This year BSU's homecoming float took second place. The theme of the float was "Peace." Led by director, Jerry Bass, other BSU activities on campus included Friday noonspirations, encounters, fellowships, and mission programs. They also participated in intramural sports. The BSU was open daily to provide a place of study, relaxation, and recreation to all interested ASU students. 5 ini ff xx av. s. ,1-- K. . ,. MI U in , l .-....,-jl Martus Miley, director during the spring, is available for counseling at the BSU fupperj. This prize-winning float expresses a new dimension for the '70's qcenterj. Noonspirations in- clude a luncheon followed by a short talk and discussion flowery. 53 ucm Features weeklg programs United Campus Ministries held several weekly programs throughout the year. These included Christian Dialogue, a discussion of subjects re- lated to church, college relations, the student and God, held each Tuesday, and "Rap and Slurp" sessions on Thursdays. The "Rap and Slurp" ses- sions featured an ASU professor talking with students over a lunch of soup and sandwiches. Topics were left open to anything the students chose to discuss. Some guest speak- ers this year were President Lloyd Vincent and Dr. Eugene Jones. UCM was open daily to give stu- dents a place to study, relax, and converse. A pool table and ping pong table were added this year. Dennis Kane and Diana Fawcett meet men from the air force base at UCM Cupper lefty. UCM pro- vides a place for relaxation and recreation Cupper rightj. Judy Harmon, Becky O'Zee, Dennis Kane and Diana Fawcett make use of the kitchen facilities at UCM qrightj. newman center changes under new director: christian science group organized this gear Under the direction of Dr. Ruth Landis, the Newman Center under- went several changes this year. The interior of the house, located on Dena Drive, was repainted, car- peted and refurnished. Included in the house were recreation room, kitchen, lounges, living room and offices. Instead of officers, the Newman Center elected a board of directors to plan various group activities. Some of these activities included Sunday dinners, films, and dis- cussions. Dr. Elston Todd served as faculty advisor of the newly-formed Chris- tian Science Organization. Members met once a month for discussions. Newman Center members listen to a record on sex Cupperj. Father Louis Droll counsels Lou Ann Frerich at the Newman Center Ccenter leftj. Dr. Ruth Landis is the new director of the center Ccenter rightj. Members of the Christian Science Organization include John Glutman, Dr. Elston Todd, sponsor, Mary Ashby, and Dianna Cudd flowery. alpha epsilon aids ohioanos Alpha Epsilon fraternity orga- nized to recruit more Mexican- American students and help them obtain an education. They sponsored a homecoming float and held a Christmas party and dance. Formal initiation of Alpha Ep- silon members was in February. They were sponsored by Dr. Bob Holcomb. -34 vk alpha upsilon forms this gear Alpha Upsilon was formed this year for the purposes of helping the Mexican-American identify with his culture and promoting participation in community affairs. They built a float with Alpha Epsi- lon for the homecoming parade. Alpha Upsilon advisor Dr. Ruth Landis is a country she visits Qupperj. .K I 1 'Q , , N 1 in N .J 1 , . y , 5 ' X 'V Q Iydia vargas president becky cervantez treasu rer mary jane martinez sandra d'andrea vice president mary frances martinez mary nava leticia marines secretary Another activity of Alpha Upsilon was sponsoring the showing of the film "Huelga". Formal initiation was held in march. Their advisor was Dr. Ruth Landis. world traveler. She collects charms from each robert e. campbell, advisor edward fisher, advisor a. c. grigson, advisor garland hunicutt, advisor richard I. moore, advisor Iorenzo penafiel, advisor neal montgomery, president daun smith, senior vice president jack srader, junior vice president james nowlin, secretary ronnie mckeever, treasurer billy jacoby, historian bobby sims, chancellor paul lankford, c.e.i. chairman linda tawater, rose tommy aishmann larry alexander james baker paul bean jerry bentley dennis block perry buck bill burnes stephen calvert philip cross -or cf? garry davis delta sigma pi compiles publishes direetorg Producing the student directory was the first activity of the Delta Sigma Pi b u s i n e s s fraternity. Through the sponsorship of various activities, the fraternity fostered the study of business in universities and colleges. It encouraged scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advance- ment by research and practice. This year members toured the Ethicon plant where surgical needles are made. Other activities included a banquet and dance each semester to initiate pledges. They also sponsored the business recruiters from various corporations who came to ASU. ln December, Delta Sigma Pi members honor their pledges with a banquet and dance. This banquet is traditional each semester to honor all new members. Mem- bers and their dates enjoy dinner at the Rio Concho Manor Cupperj. 6,8 -5' k d chael glenn griffo gene hail david - gary huffaker 113522 ksggre modllgegchke mlgreening don mckay steve mcmlllon harrison robert morse billy rhea david Iargent t0mmy robert gordon stout mike moore mike wheeler Steve rlley mcculloch scroggins Iester fufflel' campus. communitg service sororilg purpose Parties, fun, campus and com- munity service summarized the ac- tivities of Gamma Chi. Giving of their time and money, Gamma Chi's took care of an eighteen-month-old girl who spent several months in the hospital. Other activities of the sorority in- cluded rush parties, a dinner honor- ing Janet Douglas, ASU's new Dean of Women, and Dr. Caroline Remy, the sorority's new sponsor. Posting a booth at the Winter Carnival, the sorority sold hot choco- late and donuts. Gamma Chi's also caroled at the Baptist Memorials Hospital before Christmas. The purpose of the sorority was to develop the socialability of the mem- bers, to make life-long friends, to help further the growth and spirit of Angelo State University on cam- pus and in San Angelo, and to be- come active in community service. -- nv sw-'fsw'fi?'?, s .-f-"" i , Q . 2' e 'u ,.. 4. i i s 1 P I 5 3 xg ja . i, z :A X. 1 donna hope donna o'neaI marilyn wagner Occupying the game room in the basement of the Women's High Rise, the piano is a valuable asset for the girls' entertainment. Gamma Chi members Tanya Botts, Grace Fernandez, Stella Quiroz, Marilyn Waggner, Donna Hope, and Shelia Kratz unite their voices during an afternoon get-together in the dormitory Qleftj. dr. caroline remy, advisor barbara bilbrey, president peggy neill, secretary donna boedecker, treasurer tanya botts jamey chapman paddy dickehut grace fernandez nell fischer susie graham tau beta sigma obtains national membership michael barron, advisor jeanette nelson abel, president deborah graves, vice president sue oliver, secretary-treasurer dana Iowe, parliamentarian kathy burk karla hodapp jeanie loika janie moore frances murray judy ogilvy norma parry brenda pounds linda yanovich In January, the band sorority was installed as a national colony to Tau Beta Sigma, national band fraternity. An initiation team from Texas Christian University and other sorori- ty representatives were available for their installation. They were chartered as the Delta Tau Charter of the national sorority and will serve as a colony for two years. In the spring, Tau Beta Sigma sponsored parties with Kappa Kappa Psi, a band tour and the band banquet. Q5 ,W , .ass-,..... .. , ,'T'I'T"""'A ' ' ted caffey jim burnett ernest gill president vice president secretary jack pool jimmy clarke gene cobb treasurer sam robbins earlie rose zeke ramirez kappa kappa psi aids band Kappa Kappa Psi, national band fraternity, aided the band by co- sponsoring the band banquet and tour this spring with Tau Beta Sigma. They increased their membership this year after initiating eleven pledges. Kappa Kappa Psi promoted social activity among band members through various parties and fund- raising projects. Pledges meet for their first formal meet- ing. They are Harlon Trowbridge, Bob King, Glen Black, J. B. White Cseatedj, Jess Guthrie, David Foster, Ed Sparling, Dale Brancel, Jerry King, Paul Duff and Byron Jones fupperj. lambda chi alpha attends national assemblg Five members of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity went to the Grand Bahama Island early in the fall se- mester to attend the National Gen- eral Assembly of the fraternity. Promoting more on-campus activi- ties for students was their main goal. They worked to accomplish this through their Ram bumper sticker sales and distribution of miniature footballs and basketballs at home games. On Halloween the fraternity trans- formed the garage of their house into a haunted house. All children from the community were invited. They received city-wide publicity on this project. Giving full support to the fra- ternity were the Crescent Girls. These women served at rush parties and hosted several parties for the men. bedford cain lll, advisor mark thieman, president larry matson, vice-president gary bowen, secretary steve turner, treasurer pat gladden, rush chairman larry mccarrol, pledge educator jerry barnard, social chairman wayne franke, scholarship chairman herrell flynt, house manager charles beasley, parliamentarian clayton allred gary billingsley ronnie bomar robert booth steve boswell steve burdett don chambers james collie robert eckhardt -49' 1'0" '3 hd Q.. 5 steve eustis larry jones j. c. roach david stinnett r. w. faris blaine farley vance fields keith gilbert mike hale fred johnston frank love jim Iummus john macgregor charles musta john rahija harvey reeves ken sanders bob schuster rex shepard tim slaughter mike smith gary spoonts david strahl john turner gene tuttle david white jim windmiller charles stovall CK no-1 ci? T 16 :gm an 4 F Eg - - . as if, :gf , QQ- 5 9' ',,5S?'.v'g'. 21.71 A 135,-t gij, 5. 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Crescent Girls are Mrs. Joe Jay Pitman, Mrs. Larry McCarroll, Sharron Baker, Joan Wright, Linda Hooper, Tana Perkins, Beverly Albro, Susan Lange, Joan Womack, Cathie Clemens, and Mrs. Jerry Head fleftj. lambda tau takes third place in float contest joleene maddox, advisor cathie clemens, president sherri green, vice-president candi cooper, secretary linda tawater, treasurer betsy daniel, historian karla bradley gayle dunn kathy failing janet fluth toni garcia brenda henderson kathy huff dottie ingham betty isabel WQM, S ,f 3 A it l I 'lf C., ,,. :rx-. L. - it XY l -' V martha jordan I-F' K . ff, ' terry lewis li Q9 w molly love fl: trudy mccollum " '- susie mcmillan T clara ortiz .5 rena mary pride marcia richards - ann schertz ..'i.S2:aQXb?iisf..-V .Af ...,:fL,.4 ,ning , . ...wp , t l s Q33 X, gh . 131.- X me 1 jeannie slaughter FN A ' ester trevino , .Tx debra wellborn X A g peggy williams . t dean zanowiak 1 chris zinser Lambda Tau sorority gained four- teen new members after formal rush week in September. Pledges were given the traditional pledge ribbon at an afternoon tea held on the week- end following rush week. Lambda Tau members designed and built a third prize-winning home- coming float. The float's theme was "Climb to the Star." A football play- er was constructed climbing stairs which represented each school in the Lone Star Conference. At the top was a large star depicting LSC championship. Formal presentation of the pledges was held in late February at the San Angelo Country Club. After presenta- tion, the sorority held spring rush. Debra Wellborn, Brenda Henderson, Linda Tawater, Gayle Dunn, Candi Cooper and Rudy Zamaripa work on the float Copposite page, lowerj. As a pledge stunt, pledges were required to perform a skit at the Sam Houston State pep rally. Gayle Dunn and Brenda Henderson dress Chris Zinser in a football uniform as part of the skit Clefty. dr. robert s. coe, advisor as bruce wayham, president bill irby, vice-president tommy king, treasurer mike autrey fps billy bankston gary barber 'Y' jim bean mike brown steve brown ,H 'Z - -Q ,, .-.,- james burleson wiley burros tommy chambers dub cupp ralph gill maurice havlak randy huddelston 5' i 3 marshal huling bill ivy ralph jordan Q7 Pikettes include Sally Walker, Mary Wilson, Eileen Perry, Cindy Crawford, Pat Williams, Dana Boedeker, Barbara McDaniels, Becky Callan, and Karen Schneider flower lefty. David Perry enjoys music by "Purple Vision" flower rightp. The ram on the Pike float rotates around the napkin-stuffed globe signifying the Rams' orbit into the Lone Star Conference Cupperj. pike fraternifg wins homecoming float contest v . x '- ."-:' .. -',,, .v Us 1 . -.i .,,.4.xQQ1e,, . .,w -.. - fm 'wi ,r-rw ,H 'lf'hg,, ,F3?:'2l.eaEzg ,,,. ..,,,M, ,W , -..:,?-ff' -. . -..i ,-f. .A '- ' '.- ,JI , .-' U. ,"- f. A 5. if gf " ,A-yt -Q -",r,4ff H 5' Nm. Ar :DM - T " . jf ti."i-mE3:x-..'21- .5 '1 ' -- 4' i A 'ti' ' sr- :JY -Q L of aj W , I 2' 4 - g fl , pal A344 3: .',14'a?"5. .xi Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity took top honors in the homecoming float con- test. The theme of their float was "Orbit into LSC." In October the Pikes held a Hal- loween party at the Southside Lyons Club. All members and dates were required to don costumes for the occasion. Before Christmas the Pikes and Lambda Tau sorority co-sponsored a dance and party. In its first full year, the Pikette sorority gave full support to the Pikes. They hosted rush parties and planned activities for Pike mem- bers. They also were "big sisters" to the pledges. Second semester activities includ- ed a formal initiation for all fall pledges. After their initiation, spring rush began. During the spring the Pikes en- joyed parties at the university lake- house and dances. don larrimore kevin martin richard may rusty mcdaniel robert mcgarvey oscar olevedo ricky parker david perry cleave pool gary rogers buz Sawyer jim schneider tim schneider chris stone david thomas randy thomas brene turner gary walker jerry wilson rick wilson terry youngren xgi's sponsor annual partg at rio vista center XGI members began the fall se- mester by planning some means of support for the child they spon- sored at the San Angelo Center. Each year the organization has contributed help to the Center. This year they provided clothing for a young boy. Other XGI activities included a homecoming float, annual Christmas party at the Rio Vista Center in as- sociation with the Community Action Council, and social gatherings for members. Bi-monthly meetings include discussions of semester projects and parties Qrightj. Officers Clarence Spieker, Lonnie Ray, Phil Merkel, and James Marecek plan the XGI homecoming float Cbelowj. t. - ff- 1w1-yf'---.,f-- - . , 4' 1' 1 1 L 'Q universitg dames created X For women students A new organization for female students who are married, widowed if I or divorced was created on campus f and sponsored by Janet Douglas, l Dean of Women. j The University Dames met at noon 7' on the third Friday of each month. At X.-15 I I Q35 I several meetings there was a guest speaker. Some speakers were Dr. Keith Lindsay of the psychology de- partment, and Dr. K. Lewis of the education department. These women discussed contro- versial subjects such as the women's role in society and the women's lib- - . 5.317 ,Jw 1 eration movement. each gathering. - , H :ai so E A ts. 3 1 ,. I rx V A . . g- , f x. X.. X , .Y .-.pa I R. . I t- . Dj 1 " X . 'N l gm., I, ..4..Q .Li Members include frow 15 Elouise Brown, Mary Balch, Mary Calhoun, Barbara King, Laurene Stanley, qrow 23 Ronda Wojtek, Maryann Roper, Dean Janet Douglas, Caroline Fannon, Ann Young, and Donna Castleberry Cupperj. Officers are Elouise Brown, secretary-treas- urer, Dean Janet Douglas, advisor, Maryann Roper, vice president, and Donna Castleberry, president Ccen- ter lefty. Ronda Wojtek and Mary Balch listen to the discussion on women's liberation Ccenter rightj. Ann Young takes part in the discussion flowery. They served a buffet luncheon at women's recreation association adds sports Badminton and volleyball were added to the Women's Recreation Association's curriculum. Their other main sport was basketball. Members met each Wednesday for a general business meeting. After the meeting they broke up into teams and competed for champion- ship in each sport. Leading the organization were Jeanie Weishuhn, presidentg Janice Halfmann, vice presidentp Katherine Lucas, secretary-treasurer: Cheryl Jenkins, reporterg June Baird, his- toriang and Dr. Jewell Pye, faculty sponsor. Jeanie Weishuhn and Glenda Bimer play doubles in a game of badminton Cuppery. Basket ball is the first sport played by VllRA. Amanda Jones and Glenda Bimer vie for the re bound fleftj. WRA members practice volleyball in the physical education classes flowery four corners club hosts parties Interested students on campus met every Thursday night for sev- eral hours of square dancing. The primary purposes of the Four Cor- ners Club were to stimulate interest in the art of square dancing and to bring about a closer social relation- ship between students. Highlighting the activities for the year were the Halloween party, Christmas party and dance and spring dance, all held at the univer- sity lakehouse. Erwin Voss, group sponsor, calls each dance for the members Cupper lefty. Dancers "wheel and deal" with hurried steps Cupper rightj. Thomas McBroom and Shelly Koontz dance at the Christmas party flower lefty. Officers of the club include Sandra Horlak, Scott Hol- land, Sharon Cox, Fred Escue, and Erwin Voss, sponsor flower rightj. -f-wma:-Q nn eoncho aggies judge livestock an Q.:::r '-'UQJP 25 3302 S2524 1.m5?.Ff'3-6:"f'SO6'1f O. -,"Df"cz.c.Q.cnm1 .1 3 .., gm mwmns- 2 2976, -SQ ,zgggccro W " mC0-m5' 0-3' ,Em '1gfD:rDJ3-.-o- 53" Ofiimg-'2'g 5,-.-cn f.6':FO252 TID -nn-Om 1-0-6 SWS- 0-o5.'-2rn5-'Sm gm m"mg'?'fD:r' 41 FO' Zgg QEIJ, -1325 50-3 5-worm 2.1-rfb Snwg 12303. 21,0 mfbrn fmmo K-6 :Z-mm "" 3 OE: ggno gbg ?:r ro::99 -4?o - 'iii V i ' ji I una- GI Judging livestock are Gary Bomar, Allan Cornelius, Pete Whitten, and Tony Frerich fupper rightj. Dennis McBeth and Mr. R. B. Dooley discuss plans for the western dance Cleftj. Mr. Dooley, sponsor, is pic- tured with David Whitten, reporter, Dennis McBeth, president, Clint Byers, vice presi' dent, and Fleet Coates, secretary-treas- urer. flower rightj. chaneg's arena scene of rodeo club activities my . ny- .. f 'M' i 0 ,U .A ,gk in . 4 ,- 1. - . 4 .fa "' ..-f-Q, CA ,, .- .- .'- .-1. i, :rf fl " ,: gl'.Z-eff?---'?:9:'5?1iQ5ii"'7' f ' 'T' '1'v"'- " ' ' ""I'X' "." A 4 5 K ' . Q h 4 . X - X 1-, 9. l , , , ,,,,, A .tn , 1: J 1 R , . .. A I , . .,n-' - 5 . -. f W l -,.-n" . 'A ,, . -. During the fall semester the Rodeo Club sponsored three rodeos. These rodeos were held at Chaney's Arena and included events such as bronc riding, bull riding and riding the barrels. ln the spring the club sponsored a horse show besides the regular rodeos. They also set up a match rodeo for late spring. Mrs. Karaan Copes served as faculty sponsor of the group. Rodeo Club officers include Lee Ray, Mar- sha White, Paul Bystron, Franky Scott, and Sharon Green fuppery. Mrs. Karaan Copes, group sponsor, rides the barrels in compe- tition at a rodeo held in the fall Ccenter leftJ.When bronc riding, one hand must be raised during the entire ride fcenter rightj. A typical scene at a rodeo, this bull is determined not to return to the pen. After a brief chase around the arena the uncooperative bull is lassoed and return- ed to his pen flower, seriesy. .,. V-e-.q-- ". -.., 4. -- ,,g.., ---14"G! .,. ---a,5....:,5., - ' . " - ..,.,.. ' ve . 1, , ' , 1 fx' ,- .', ' -- ' .A R- - gy' .,., Y' - -.,..,' -' -- . , eg,,,, s.,1--' . I .L -vi, E ' xx 1 'E ' W V-Q ?fi5-fifftfj-'9'f'jf.q-Q::.uf.f.:.:g-,gn ,,, ,, ,... , . . . ., M-- ,, s E105 -J,-. '5 . " ' Al MQ - , Q -,-if gg:-ff 1, f l 4 . f f M M. -If v . - .rv .. , , 1 xr l - , ' ' ' ' -s.:T.-N--z-Allow a 1-qv, ' ' 5 , , ' ,. -. A " .T - , ' q. U , X , 3 ., Ji I -fb A ' , 5 9-I 7 rw f ' ,- :"'A: ' .- 1 6 ' . ' :Q ' ' I -r,-. . - fsgi., -4'--wk.-gg.,-.f 1, , - -,f, f p. A - , 1.3 lf-. 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Schneider, Rick McKinney, Mike Brown, Ralph Gill, Steve Brown and Jim Bean. phi eta sigma initiates thirtg new members freshmen women's honor sooietg reorganizes Phi Eta Sigma, freshman men's honor society, initiated thirty new members after the summer and fall semesters of 1970. This group rec- ognized men of freshman classifica- tion who maintained a 3.5 or better average during their freshman year. To be eligible they must also have been fulltime students. The Freshman Women's Honor So- ciety also recognized superior scho- lastic attainment. The society initi- ated forty girls in March. Past mem- bers and sponsors of the honor so- ciety began reorganizing this year in hopes of attaining national affiliation next year. Phi Eta Sigma members are: Crow 15 Rob- ert Lewallen, Brene Turner, Mike Echer- man, Grady Harlow, Danny Williamson, Mark Tansil, Mike Bright: frow 25 Mark Pape, Kelly Knowlton, Vetal Flores, spon- sor: frow 33 Jerry King, Teddy Durst, Ross Dutton, Gene Griffin, Chi Ping Ha, Joe Koll- myer, Herby Hunter, and Dennis Owens fupperj. Those working on gaining national affiliation with the National Women's Hon- or Society, Alpha Lambda Delta, are Karen Kelley, Chairman Janice Halfmann, Kathy Dodd, Jeanie Holtman, Dean Janet Doug- las, Mrs. Click, and Pat Henslee flowery. tsea attends state convention in brownwood J TSEA officers include Kristie Parr, Sherry Miller, Joy Stroud, Sandra D'Andrea, Sherry Foster, Marilyn Heinze, Dr. Douglas John, Linda Davis, Dr. Robert Holden, Jeanette Kujawski, Belton Rasco, Ruby Wil- liams and Becky Petty qupperj. Linda Hoelscher operates the penny pitch at the Winter Carnival flower lefty. Dr. Douglas John attends the con- vention in Brownwood flower rightb. H-, Q' - 0 8 --- - - . - ,, - - -1.---,, Monthly meetings include speakers from various Texas schools fopposite page, upperb. Mr. Lloyd Matson, Assistant Superintendent of San Angelo School District in charge of Personnel, gives members some points to consider when seeking teaching jobs fopposite page, lowerj. 3 3 2-1 ,f 2 if: 552 .,, :fi if E! Ei. ,,, ,,l E? Z FQ? i ll s 34 r :. i 3 ,rx iff Q: i if ,gba il 'i 1? l i 'Es ,li it ,-, 'sf :rg Fi sl . A i -- 5 Q J ' - -:ii 1 X :,, -125.1-kyixmlmv t QE Student Education Association was open to all ASU students working to- ward a degree with a teaching certi- fication. SEA was sponsored by the Texas State Teachers Association and the National Education As- sociation. lt provided opportunities to par- ticipate in local meetings which in- cluded speakers who talked on the future role of education and the part present education students would play. It also provided area confer- ences and local and area workshops where members could exchange and discuss thoughts and ideas. we 1" H --mv"""' On a week-end in November, ASU members attended a convention in Brownwood. At this regional meet- ing, members discussed future ac- tivities for SEA. The state convention for more than 7,150 members in eighty-two Texas colleges and universities was held in Dallas during March. Another SEA activity was tutoring at the Boys' Ranch in Tankersley. Members gave their time each week to help these boys. SEA members also sponsored a penny pitch at the Winter Carnival. biological sooietg evaluates biologg department instructors ,gp- Members of the Biological Society formed a committee with Tri Beta, biology honor society, this year to evaluate the instructors in the biol- ogy department. Evaluations began in the spring and were not completed until fall. Monthly meetings included speak- ers in some field of biology, such as pharmacists and men from the Wild- life Department. During the spring semester the club invited interested people from the community to attend meetings. An annual barbecue was held in May for all biology majors. Mr. Charles Long of the Parks and Wild- life Department gives a lecture and shows slides on exotic animals in Texas tupper righty. Members hear lecture on the Tex- as Fish and Game Commission tupper lefty. Officers include Jim Bean, president: Jeannette Kujawski, treasurer: Dianna Dit- to, secretary: Bill Coe, representative-at- Iargeg and Bill Turner, vice president qrightj. phgsucs chemistry societies promote careers Society of Physics Students and Gamma Sigma Epsilon, chemistry honor society, promoted careers in these two areas of science. Inform- ing high school students of physics and engineering careers was a proj- ect of the Society of Physics Stu- dents. This group was a member of the student section of the American Institute of Physics. Gamma Sigma Epsilon members worked in the chemistry labs helping students in beginning courses. Members of the Society of Physics Stu- dents include Advisor Dr. H. R. Dawson, Thomas McBroom, Advisor Dr. David Loyd, Buddy Harris, Tim Heumler, Kelly Knowl- ton, and Robert Creel Cupperj. Gamma Sigma Epsilon members are Lonnie Pace, Kathleen Trudo, and Dr. Edgar Drake, ad- visor flowery. socio-psgchological societg features panels Opening the year, the Socio-Psy- chological Society held a panel dis- cussion in September. The topic of the discussion was occupations in psychology and sociology. Panel members included Dr. Wilmot Thorn- ton, Dr. Stanley Clifton and Dr. Wil- liam Rickman, a clinical psychologist at the medical health center. In October Dr. Caroline M. Remy spoke to the group about Mexican- American culture in Texas. A movie on schizophrenia entitled "Break- down" was shown in December. At the first meeting of the spring semester, Dr. Walter Noelke, Dr. Wil- liam Henderson and Roger Lloyd con- ducted a panel discussion on machia- vellianism. S E H -1 Dr. Walter. Noelke, Dr. William Henderson and Roger Lloyd present their discussion on machanrellianism fupperj. Members meet for discussion each month flower leftj. The society is open to all interested members flower rightj. - -. . . ' ' . . alpha chi honor sooietg has spring initiation ln late March, Alpha Chi Honor Society initiated new members. Al- pha Chi was associated with the Na- tional Honor Scholarship Societies. Membership consisted of the upper five per cent of the junior class and the top ten per cent of the senior class. All members must have had a grade point of 3.25 or higher. Mr. Delbert Tarter sponsored the society. Alpha Chi officers include William Turner, president: Patricia Henslee, treasurer: and Freddy Fuchs, vice president. The group in- cludes over fifty members fleftj. pi kappa delta installs eight charter members Pi Kappa Delta Forensics Na- tional Fraternity was installed on January 28, 1971, by Mr. William DeMougeot of North Texas State University. The ceremony also in- stalled the new members and of- ficers. The charter members in- cluded Marvin Schultz, president, Rachel Wells, vice president: Mark l Dr. William DeMougeot visits with mem- bers of the Department of Fine Arts at a coffee held in the library tlefty. Marvin Schultz, president of the newly installed fraternity, introduces Dr. Williams De- Mougeot at the ceremony Cupper righty. Miss Helen Schafer and the eight initiates form a a traditional part of the instal- lation ceremony flower lefty. Tansil, secretary-treasurer, D a I e Freeman, reporter: Becky Gray, Mike Hail, Charles Kirkpatrick, and Pa- tricia Turner. Helen Schafer was the faculty sponsor. To become a member of the fra- ternity, a student must have par- ticipated actively in forensic pro- grams-either by entering contests or by speaking before nonclassroom situations. The stated purpose of the club was to stimulate progress in and to further the interests of inter- collegiate speech activities in an ef- fort to provide functional leadership training for life. 55 .1 : 'fra ,-, 2, 4-tg'-.Qxql,??f. -:-an - ' 1131-' 'TL 39 5' l' . t -, . .e .rv May, fp, fn.. ., r w , V A, -xt,,4Agg?5:N i f , 1 rt t ii'in!:,iil 1 rm-v 9 5 eta epsilon gamma furnishes decorations for 'wool contest' Eta Epsilon Gamma members served as hostesses and provided the decorations for the annual "Make-lt-Yourself-With-Wool Con- test," held in December in ASU's food service center. Fund-raising projects of the group included sell- ing refreshments at livestock judging events and co-sponsoring two west- ern dances with the Concho Aggies. At Christmas, members sent gifts to patients in the Sanatorium in Carls- bad. Mrs. Willene Siler served as sponsor for the organization. is Officers include Shirley Stirl, vice-president, Rita Nell Davis, president: Janice Braden, reporter, and Sharon Currington, secretary-treasurer fupper lefty. Eddie Gottschalk and Alvin Dunn dance to the music of the "Drifters" at the western dance held during the spring semester in the food service center flower lefty. Eta Epsilon Gamma members Janice Braden, Sharon Currington, and Rita Nell Davis meet with Concho Aggies officers and sponsor Mr. R. B. Dooley about arrange- ments for a dance frightb. creative arts club promotes Iivelg imagination Ye-3 Fine arts on campus along with the spirit of creativeness was pro- moted by the Creative Arts Club. Social events included cookouts and swimming parties held on Spring Creek for the members. Cynthia Ra- bourn was responsible for a "get acquainted" tea at her home for new members at the beginning of the fall semester. A float sponsored and made by club members was entered in the homecoming parade. Officers for the year were Cynthia Rabourn, president: Gail Parker, vice president, Nolan Garrett, secre- tary-treasurer, and Dale Dickerson, reporter. Mrs. Tincie Heddins served as the group sponsor. Cassandra Tinnerello, Richard Contreras, and Mrs. Heddins discuss finer points of art at a club meeting Cleftj. Working on the home- coming float are Cynthia Rabourn, Richard Contreras, Dave Foster, and Nolan Garrett fupper rightj. Finalizing plans for a "get ac- quainted" tea are Mrs. Tincia Heddins and Cynthia Rabourn flower rig tj. d e club presents scholarships to students Mr. Joe Gabriel, David Blythe, and the Delta Epsilon Club presented scholarships to an outstanding high school senior boy and girl. These scholarships were presented in February at the regional convention held in Odessa. Football and basketball programs were sold at the games by the group as a fund-raising project. Candy was also sold to help raise money. Sewing as officers for the organization are Mr. Joe Gabriel, sponsor, Lester Turner, social chairman, Billie Crimm, secretary- treasurerp Mac McGowen, vice-presidentp Maurice Archer, sargeant-at-armsg and Buddy Beck, president Cupper lefty. Mem- bers show approval of a motion at a club meeting flower leftj. J A3131-xg ,p fq.-aye, -, I L'XX'h.,.x 'spanish night' attended bg alpha mu gamma members Alpha Mu Gamma members and Spanish students presented a night of Spanish entertainment. At the program, students sang Spanish songs and performed native dances. Language club members also at- tended Spanish reader's theater pre- sented by Sul Ross at ASU. Mr. Jackson accompanies while students i sing a Spanish song. alpha psi omega serves concessions at plag gf be 'Qatar flux itxi To be a member of Alpha Psi Omega, drama honor society, a stu- dent must have performed in five productions and served on the tech- nical crews for five productions. This year members served con- cessions at each university theater production. Members also attended the open- ing of the musical "Hello DoIly!" at the Cinema theater. Alpha Psi Omega members are Jeannie Schafer, Karen Pearson, Fred Moore, Bon- nie Boswell, Janeen Haun, and Susan Cole- man fupperp. Susan Coleman portrays the washwoman character at the opening of "Hello Dolly!" flower leftj. Alpha Psi Omega members serve at the intermission of "Night Must Fall" flower rightj. T le Al Qc phi alpha theta installs historg honor students Recognizing excellence in history was the purpose of the Xi Zeta Chap- ter of Phi Alpha Theta. Members were required to have better than a 3.0 average in history after com- pleting at least 12 hours in this sub- ject. They must also have maintained a 3.0 average in two-thirds of the remainder of their college work. Their initiation banquet in Febru- ary featured a guest speaker. Phi Alpha Theta's faculty sponsor was Dr. Caroline Haley. Phi Alpha Theta members include Freddy Fuchs, Charles Beasley, Beep Cain, Ricardo Torres, Marvin Schultz, Sherri Green, Bill Harris, Beth Bailey, Dale Freeman, and James Collett fupperj. Officers are Ri- cardo Torres, Bill Harris, and Freddy Fuchs flowery. Cindy Word practices giving an injection under the direc- tion of Mrs. Marcella McFarland, sponsor Cupper lefty. Carol Von Phul and Jim Hanbrighte assist at the city hospital fupper rightj. Officers include Cincy Word, Cindy Niedzwiecki, sponsor Marcella McFarland, Donna Sharpe, Debby Hail and Carol Von Phul flowerj. t Qi ,P yr.. M ..,.- 1 far 'f-N' 7 r l. 'eii gl.. 'XX ' IQ- " ik V el' ,.,: 3-M Y alpha delta nu helps careers Alpha Delta Nu was affiliated with the National and Texas Student Nursing Association. Aims of the group were to keep up with the latest technical advances and to maintain an alert, up-to-date program. This professional organization was mainly a service group for members in the community, assisting persons in a non-professional capacity. kappa delta pi installs fourteen Beginning its second year on An- gelo State campus, Kappa Delta Pi held initiation during the fall se- mester. This national education hon- or society invited as members 14 students who had shown superior scholastic achievement and dis- played qualities necessary in the field of education. Kaye Robbins served as president while Dr. Jack Harrington and Dr. Kenneth Lewis were co-sponsors o' the group. Kappa Delta Pi members enjoy refresh- ments following the initiation of new mem- bers Crighty. Linda Chaklos speaks to members of her experiences with Japanese kindergartens Qlower lefty. Dr. Kenneth Lewis chats with members at the recep- tion flower rightj. fi? fl! xi'-' rQ Q sigma delta pi honors superior spanish majors Sigma Delta Pi honored Spanish majors and minors who had at least a 2.79 overall grade point average. The organization promoted inter- est in Spanish culture and literature through its activities. ln February the group sponsored a lecture and slides of a tour through Mexico. Initiation ceremonies were con- ducted in Spanish according to Span- ish tradition. Dr. Helen Yeats sponsored the group. Sigma Delta Pi officers include Maritrances McKay, Tom Brown, and Lydia Vargas fup- pery. Members of the organization are frow 13 Lydia Vargas, Shirley West, Mari- frances McKay, Crow 23 Gilbert Ornelas, sponsor Dr. Dutton, Tom Brown, and Rudy Jacques flowery. math honor sooietg adds members at semester '9- un.. . . VJ' X. x f' 94 ' 1 . . . ...M Math Honor Society was organized for the purpose of promoting schol- arly activity in mathematics among ASU students. This year the group included eight members. These members were Jan- ice Halfmann, Shirley West, Paul Hendrix, Dwain Psencik, Jeanie Weishuhn, Joan Clark, Carolyn Mc- Geehee and Daniel Vaughn. The group met twice each semester for initiation and one program meeting. Members were awaiting possible initiation into the national math hon- or society, Pi Mu Epsilon. Mr. George Hill sponsored the group. .loan Clark is initiated and pinned by Jan- ice Halfman Qupper lefty. Officers for 1970 are Shirley West, Janice Halfman, Dwain Psencik, sponsor Mr. George Hill, and Paul Hendrix lupper rightj. Members meet and discuss the national math honor so- ciety Qrightb. . t, ww i Z mortar board initiates superior senior women Twenty-five new members were initiated into Mortar Board during the fall semester. These senior women were chosen for this national honor society on the basis of leader- ship, scholarship and service to the school. The purpose of Mortar Board was stated as "to advance the spirit of service among university women, promote and maintain high stan- dards of scholarship, recognize lead- ership and to develop a finer type of college woman." Marilyn Heinze, president, discusses initi- ates Cupper lefty. Members exchange ideas on requirements for membership Cupper righty. Mortar Board officers are Kathy Dodd, Ronda Wojtek, and Marilyn Heinze flowerl. if ,. 1? 5 J H , .2 , 'v,' .- ' 1 :uk I . ,Ji- P, Q. 1. aihleiics swt 'oats boast viotorg over a state in debut Angelo State Rams bowed to the Southwest Texas Bobcats, 20-13, in their debut as a Lone Star Confer- ence contender. The Rams, led by tailback Jerry Austin, had a more im- pressive record than did SWT, but ASU was plagued with fumbles, pen- alties, and mistakes. The Blue and Gold gave up the ball eight times as they had three passes intercepted and lost five of eight fumbles. ASU got a break on the opening kickoff when Billy York recovered an onside kick, but a fumble on the SWT twenty-seven killed the drive. Two interceptions, a fumble, and a fourth-down gamble that didn't work stopped the Rams' scoring hope in the second period. A sixteen-yard punt return by ju- nior John Tyler started the Ram drive to their first score. After trav- eling forty-one yards, senior Gary Gaines climaxed the push with a four- yard circle around left end. Steve Carnes' try for the conversion was wide, giving the Rams their only lead of the night. Second half began with the Rams' taking the kickoff and driving seven- ty-three yards for their other score as Dwight Burns connected with split-end Tyler on a fifteen-yard pass, the only completion of the night for the Rams. Two fumbles and two in- terceptions, along with ASU's inabil- ity to find the range with its passing game, halted the remaining drives. 11 3 3? rodney cason jerry austin bill york mike clarke tommy Orsak offensive tackle .tailback defensive halfback defensive end defensive guard first team first team first team second team second team all-conference all-conference all-conference all conference all conference I ,J ,F ur- ini 1 J 86 af J un., Q If guy.: . - H-Q..-.-ng , N IJ J. My ,,,L- Q . A, -1 '23-f .. .,. FN ,,..: .1 , ws '95 v' Y Arg: - A ' .- 4 . A f e N 1 J' ' '.,,' M. 1 L I X '1,1..,fW T " 1: E 1 1? .3 X ' . f , 'S . ,t , ch I" x --xi. A ' . ' lx ,mtg X XVQLFQH. M ,Q 1 Q, ,. W N , , A . ,K - , , , ,N A V , ,, 1 N b V Y. 's-15-. "' ,-' 'lv -I f 1 Y " . i :A .T .g ,l my Ax K. W! Ax rw .RM X I I Y X' WT'vwu. g': Www Av A. 1 Y-NX wx R Mm. +3 -Q2 1 ?"'fm. l 9 iw Q if . wi - 'S- X. s ' A ' '41"' Q -."""f1.I If - 4 ,: su- , - ' A 1"'V'Ql4f:.'. " ' " 1-.,?!x,',.. . ,. avg' -.F ' ' 35157 . , 'N N P, F , . 1 , X " Qi 1 QE .. f 5 1 ' Q, -Q.. ,,g: ir ,ix l Zh L N X Q U , . 5 ...jg W Rx l E, V ,x 1 fm i , ,qg- E' 4 Y Y In Q Ex Lv 'A Ig ph' "Nm,-A ' , nf: 4.2 . f ,J , Y ' 5 , 5 1 "Rh o 5 ..,N 5 . 9x l 11x . , x X 1" XE ag "' 42 P' lf' '1 rain. fumbles hinder asu blue: wildcats vietimize rams. I7-I3 Rain and fumbles proved to be pitfall for the Fighting Rams as they lost their only non-conference tilt, 17-13, to the Wildcats of Abilene Christian College. Several plays fol- lowing the opening kickoff, ACC took the lead, 7-0, on a pass from quarter- back Jim Lindsey to wingback Pat Holder. Later action showed fresh- man Joe Keel falling on an ACC fumble: the Ram offense capitalized on the mistake and evened up the score, 7-7. On the first play of the second half, ACC recovered an Angelo fumble, pushed to the eight yard line, and booted a field goal. On their next possession, the 'Cats ran the score up to 17-7, as Lindsey passed to split end Ronnie Vinson. Setting up the final ASU score, de- fensive end Darrell Earhart fell on a Lindsey fumble on the ACC seven. Quarterback Dwight Burns ran a keeper to the one on the first play and fumbled for no gaing Jerry Aus- tin then smashed through on the third attempt. The try for two failed as Austin was stacked up at the two yard line. Grasping his chest, John Tyler makes an effort to retain hold of the slippery ball qupper leftj. Sloshing around in the mud-covered field, both the Rams and the Wildcats were hindered in their playing abilities qupper rightj. Rain-soaked and covered with mud, quarterback Terry Kinard displays the effects of a hard-fought battle flefti. a staters trounoe tarleton texans in impressive conference viotorg Angelo State ended its losing streak by smashing Tarleton, 43-0, in its second conference encounter. The Rams posted several records, including the victory margin which was the largest in the school's his- tory. Other outstanding perfor- mances included the ten yards in rushing that the ASU defense al- lowed and the 509 yards total of- fense for Angelo. Quarterbacks Dwight Burns and Terry Kinard, both of whom had had trouble with their passing attacks, combined their efforts for seven completions and two Ram touchdowns. Coach Teaff's Rams marched seventy-six yards for the first score, which was completed by a sixteen- yard toss from Burns to junior John Tyler. Second quarter action found fullback Jerry Austin driving across the goal line for six points with Steve Pushing through the Tarleton line, Jerry Austin takes advantage of the hole which his teammates have opened fupperj. Announcing the ASU Rams and "Pride 7O," captain Mark Maneval, followed by John Matthews C523 and Rodney Cason 4763, leads the team onto the field fmid- dley. Junior Ben Bob Walker grabs a TSC man while teammates Dan Daniels 1215 and James Ratliff C673 rush to assist him flowery. Tahokan John Tyler outjumps his Texan opponent to score a Ram TD. The Fighting Rams won the encounter, 43-O, for its first conference victory fopposite P8897- Carnes toeing the extra point. First half play ended with a 20-0 score as Tyler caught a fourteen yarder from Kinard and Carnes' attempt being wide. Early in the third quarter, Carnes booted a thirty-five-yard field goal, but all other offensive drives were stopped by mistakes. Freshman Thomas Wililams shot through the Texans' line to block a punt which was recovered by James Ratliff on the TSC thirty. Later in the quarter, the Angelo Staters moved the pig- skin sixty-one yards in two plays as Kinard connected with sophomore Morris Overstreet on a fifty-seven- yard pass. The final score was set up by Ratliff's recovery of a fumble on the TSC ten: Roy Baker rushed across the goal line and Danny Fisher added the extra point. in 2? mud gt . I' N -, lf? I nw . 0 L Q .E Q. 4 . 1 4 - . 7 o The familiar sign of the up-raised arms by the officials signifies that six points should be added to the scoreboard fupper lefty. As one of ASU's leading receivers, John Tyler stands posed while awaiting a pass as a Bearkat speeds toward him fupper rightj. Reflecting on the previous plays, Midland sophomore Maurice Chriesmon pauses on the sidelines during the ASU-Sam Houston game, in which the Rams were defeated by the Bearkats, 27-15 flowery. insuring that their opponent is down to stay, Ram line- backers Thomas Williams C665 and Eddie Washington 4405 work together to hold the Sam Houston ball carrier fopposite page, upperb. 4 l ,Q If hunfsville opponents rallg past angelo rams ik -as- maurice chriesmon glen christian pat clarke dan daniels defensive end offensive tackle defensive end quarterback Turnovers proved to be the pit for ASU's downfall against Sam Houston State, as the Bearkats ral- lied past the Rams, 27-15. Losing four of eight fumbles and having three passes intercepted caused the Rams' second conference defeat. After SHSU racked up their first score, ASU took the kickoff and gained seventy-one yards before run- ning out of gas, when frosh quarter- back Terry Kinard was held for no gain on a fourth-and-goal situation. Sam Houston moved the ball to the ASU forty-eight, but a lost ball covered by rover Bobby Pherigo stopped the march. The Rams, how- ever, lost a fumble on a fourth-and- one situation. The next two Ram possessions ended in a pass inter- ception and lost fumble. The second half began with an ASU fumble, but SHSU could only manage a fifty-one-yard field goal at- tempt which was blocked by Tommy Orsak and recovered by John Tyler. Trudging eighty yards enabled the Blue and Gold to score on a one- yard dive by Austin. After allowing the opponents to run two plays, Nick Anderson recovered a fumble, but ASU returned the gesture on the SHSU nine-yard line. Tyler returned a punt to set up the final Ram score, as Austin again plunged one yard. Running the two-pointer, Kinard put the Rams ahead, 15-14. The next two possessions were again lost by a fumble and interception. After al- lowing Sam Houston to add thirteen points, the final Ram push ended with a Huntsville defender's grabbing an errant Kinard aerial. 10 5 field goal supplies points for asu win overjaokefs Upsetting the Howard Payne Yel- low Jackets, 10-7, enabled Coach Teaff's Fighting Rams to stay in the Lone Star Conference race. One of the most pleasant elements of the victory was that the Rams suffered only one turnover and did not lose the ball once by fumbling. Following two unsuccessful field goal attempts by the Jackets, the Rams moved the ball to the HPC twenty-seven, where a forty-two yard field goal attempt by Brownwood sophomore Danny Fisher was short. On their next possession ASU shoved to the HPC twelve, at which point the drive was halted by an interception. The first half ended on a note of ex- citement when Eddie Washington intercepted a Yellow Jacket pass and toted it forty-five yards as the gun sounded. ASU took the second half opening kickoff and stomped sixty-four yards for their only TD, as Jerry Austin fell for one yard. Not to be outdone, Howard Payne rushed forty yards for its lone score. The teams each ran one series before the Rams started its march toward the winning field goal. Grinding out yardage from their own twenty-three, the Rams were halted at the HPC four, where San Angeloan Steve Carnes booted the winning field goal. Several HPC Yellow Jackets have nabbed Ram fullback Jack Martin as he forcefully fights for extra yardage iupper rightj. The field appears overcrowded though senior Gary Gaines C223 has managed to escape most of the multitude. Gaines leaps over a Jacket defender fbackgroundj before he sweeps to the left fforegroundj to put the Rams closer to the goal line flower righty. L.-gt., . A ' F-if," If 3 ' - ' ruff, fqvllnb, f 'c ' M 1,1'v- a '- ' -. A. 5. ' " i ' ' .r , 'fs ' x Suv' bill dement kicker tom fox wingback darrell earhart defensive end gary gaines wingback 'r .as 95 t Rams Eddie Washington 1409 and Thomas Williams C669 nail a Yellow Jacket, trying to push him back for a loss fleftj. Captain Mark Maneval carefully eyes the officials as they check the balI's forward progress Crightj. 5-f 1 MAL I- I Rex. 'Sf harry griffin gaylon jernigan joe keel terry kinard defensive safety linebacker defensive guard quarterback 'pride 70' smashes lop-ranked piggies. 38-21 i Q. "Upset" was the title given to the Angelo State-Texas A8tI contest, as the Rams overwhelmed the number- one ranked Javelinas, 38-21. The Blue and Gold defense picked off six passes, establishing another school record, while the offense main- tained its own ground, gaining 290 yards total rushing. The defending NAIA champions surpassed the Rams in first downs, twenty to thirteen, and in yards passing, 281 to ninety. The Fighting Rams mounted 200 yards rushing against the team who had previously allowed only eighty- nine. The first score of the evening came from the toe of Steve Carnes as he booted a field goal from the A8tl five-yard line. The Hogs stole a quick 7-3 lead, but the hard-fight- ing Rams surged back to score a TD. After taking an A8tl punt on the ASU ference flowery. forty-three, Jack Martin sped fifteen yards and quarterback Dwight Burns threw to Joe Marthiljohni, setting up the second conversion. Killeen senior Martin Allen then put another six points on the scoreboard as he leaped on a missed field goal in the end zone which had been touched, but not downed, by a Javelina de- fender. This play put "Pride 70" ahead, 24-7, at the half. Scoring in the second half opened on a ten-yard run by Burns, behind the blocking of Captain Mark Mane- val. A fumbled punt set up the Pig- gies' second touchdown, with a pitch-out and run, to make the score 24-13. The try for two was success- ful. Wingback Gary Gaines scooted five yards for the final touchdown, followed by one more score by the Javelinas b e f o r e the whistle sounded. Half-time activity in the locker room differs from the half-time activity on the field. Coach Grant Teaff impresses upon the Ram gridders the importance of the second half of the ASU-A8tI game, while the Ram players recall mistakes and advantages of the first half fopposite pagej. As he hangs on to a dead ball, fullback Jerry Austin wonders where the official might be. The Rams upset the Javelinas, 38-21 Quppery. Defensive halfback. Blll.York, a junior from Roswell, plows into the Hogs' ball carrier, aiding the Rams to overcome the top-ranked team in the Lone Star Con- rams scalp indians in easg win lnvading Abilene and ruining Mc- Murry's homecoming, the Fighting Rams of Angelo State University massacred the Indians, 55-O. The initial Ram touchdown was brought about by Thomas Williams' crashing through the Indian line to block a punt which he carried into the end- zone. Charging through McMurry's defense, the sophomore from Lub- bock, Jerry Austin, scored on a one- yard run and a five-yard plunge through the middle. After an Abilene punt, the Rams pushed seventy-six yards, allowing Gary Gaines, senior from Crane, to scamper fifteen yards to pay dirt. A seventeen-yard pass from senior signal-caller Dwight Burns to split-end John Tyler ac- counted forthe fourth TD of the first half. ASU added two more touchdowns in the third quarter as Austin scored on a two-yard run and Roy Baker zoomed eleven yards. The final addi- tion of points came from a four-yard pass from Terry Kinard to Joe Nlar- thiljohni. MclVlurry threatened twice in the fourth period, driving to the Ram nineteen and ten, but both were halted by the aggressive ASU defense. 14 x' Senior Mike Sullivan jumps into the air in an effort to catch a pass fupper rightj. Raising his hand in an attempt to distract his opponents, sophomore Roy Baker C445 awaits assistance from teammate Bert Ancell 1623 fleftj. Following an easy vic- tory over McMurry, Rams Joe Keel and Nick Anderson enjoy the after-game mea flower rightj. "S"'Fx rixk J , I jack martin fullback larry moore fullback ,118 3 'W RAHL wif" M1 ' 'A A W , .W , M.. .. A ,, ff .Y ,:.r',di',9 - f ., 'T 43, 'git ' ' ue- . if 165-I ' if 1 N M, 'WE After being firmly clasped by a McMurry opponent, freshman Bennie Wilson drops the ball Cupper lefty. Making sure that his opponent will not go an farther, defensive end Ben Bob Walker C805 latches onto the Indian as Thomas Williams 1665 rushes to help flowery. john matthews center randy parker tight end 'S bobby pherigo rover james ratliff linebacker vic smith right guard david thiel linebacker The SFA ball carrier pushes forward in an effort to outpace the Ram defense, composed of Mike Clarke 1849, Nick Anderson f7Oy, Joe Keel 1657, and Maurice Chriesmon C845 Cleftj. Varsity letter- man Bobby Pherigo charges after a Lumberjack as the opponent nears the six-point line fupper rightj. All players attempt to get involved in the pile-up of a dead ball. ASU demolished SFA, 41-28, in the Lone Star Conference encounter flower rightb. rams maul jacks in homecoming encounter Moving into a tie for second place in the Lone Star Conference, the Rams mauled the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks, 41-28, in ASU's home- coming battle. lt was a sloppily- played contest by both teams, as ASU lost six fumbles and had one intercepted pass, while SFA fum- bled the ball away several times and had three passes picked off. ln the opening quarter, Angelo marched to the SFA sixteen in seven plays before losing a fumble. Then the Lumberjacks returned the favor as Eddie Washington recovered a fumble on the SFA nine. The Rams then scored as Gary Gaines ran the option around left end. ASU kicked off, SFA was forced to punt, and the Rams then fumbled on the first play. The Lumberjacks ran six plays be- fore fumbling the ball, which Nick Anderson recovered. After running three plays, the Rams fumbled again, which set up a Lumberjack score. A bad punt by Stephen F. Austin put the Rams at their opponents' thirty- four. ln the fourth play, LSC lead- ing rusher Jerry Austin charged thirty-six yards for the TD, followed by a conversion by Steve Carnes. An SFA fumble set up a thirty-one- yard field goal by Carnes before Lumberjack Gaylen Ramm provided SFA's second touchdown. The Rams lost one more fumble before the end of the first half. Increasing their lead to 24-14 in the third period, the Rams drove fifty yards in three plays as Gaines dashed forty-two yards for the score. SFA fumbled on its first play and Ben Bob Walker recovered on the twenty-one. Four plays and one pen- alty later, Carnes toed a forty-four- yard field goal. On the next series, split end John Tyler threw a pass that was intercepted: two plays later Bill York intercepted a bullet at the seven. Senior Dwight Burns went the distance for the score. Nabbing a SFA Lumberjack, teammates Maurice Chriesmon C841 and Eddie Wash- ington C407 retain their opponent as the Rams were victorious in their homecoming battle Cupperj. Junior Bill York, the de- fensive halfback from Austin, puts a sud- den halt to the forward progress of the Lumberjack ball carrier flowerj. ' a-state freezes east texas. 35-8. in Iso win Playing on enemy ground in cold and windy weather, Angelo State whipped East Texas State, 35-8. The victory could be chalked up to the combined results of consistent ball control by the offense and a tre- mendous effort by the defense against one of the best offensive ball clubs in the Lone Star Conference. Neither team managed to post any points in the first half of play al- though East Texas posed two scor- ing threats. The Lions were stopped at the ASU twenty-five-yard line, and in the second quarter they missed a thirty-three-yard field goal attempt. The Rams' deepest penetration of the first half was at the ETSU thirty- five but an interception stopped the drive. Coach Teaff's Mighty Rams then marched seventy-three yards for its first score in the second half, as Jer- ry Austin ran thirteen yards up the middle. Key plays were a twenty-six- yard gallop by Austin and a major penalty for face masking. On the kickoff Danny Fisher's effort was caught in the wind and hung twelve yards downfield where the free ball was downed by a Ram. Following a protest by the ET coach, the Rams marched forty yards for their sec- ond score. A twenty-six-yard run by senior Gary Gaines provided the third score, which was followed by the only Lion score of the game. ASU then roared back sixty-nine yards for the fifth score, as Dwight Burns bul- leted a pass forty-eight yards to John Tyler. The final ram score came as a result of Dan Daniels' interception. K .ni-ga - c 1-'1 -'up' - - ,-1: - '- :'-uP" ' -"""2.:b,- 1 'tiff I .flfksm ss ii1"" Hg, -21" . ,"2 v, "g,1...,.'i' . ,J rl .'i. .t ' ,q ' v -, ' ymwlbf 'e what "-'rm' f .,L.i'.'l'eaL,t3, ',' ..i1l"' -", fy I' ."'l'ffi",,,Q". 'QV 1 ff- at ,. -as ' fe-ef: .1 i,.'i'2-,,1grqS,sJ?Jt5'1Q55l3,',5P' 71 .Q"iJ'.?4':if- ' '-1: 1 :"1f9:'lfM4Jn i ' ' i .. sal -16, hf'.,4,'v !.g3,.-'lf 9 .iw l 1 ".1'f.,.L::':i A',' - I Packing cars for road trips requires only a few minutes when the Ram gridders are anxious to play ballg the boys prepare for the long journey to Commerce by remov- ing their jackets fleftj. A familiar sight dur- ing all Ram football games was a con- ference between an ASU gridder and Coaches Teaff and Turner during time- outs frightj. john tyler defensive halfback eddie washington linebacker chris walker linebacker paul wade trainer 4? ISB- ' 1 Defensive halfback John Tyler displays his running ability and speed as he served as one of Coach Teaff's pass and punt re- ceivers Cupper leftj. Austin senior Mark Maneval C505 stands back to watch the action, while teammate Jack Martin 1265, a senior from Petersburg, jumps into the middle of it flower lefty. 5 xg -. 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Senior quarterback Dwight Burns passed to senior tight end Joe Mar- thiljohni for the first ASU score. Steve Carnes was successful for the point after try. The only other Ram score occurred in the third quarter, as wingback Gary Gaines ran for the touchdown and Carnes added the final point. Seniors who played their final game for Angelo State University were Burns, Gaines, fullback Jack Martin, rover Bobby Pherigo, de- fensive safety Mike Sullivan, middle linebacker Larry Powell, and center Mark Maneval. Others in this group were defensive guard Nick Anderson, offensive tackle Martin Allen, de- fensive end Mike Clarke, and Marthi- johni. Sophomore Jerry Austin com- pleted the season with a total of 1,263 yards rushing. Being backed up by tailback Roy Baker C445 and center Mark Maneval 1503, fresh- man Bennie Wilson dashed toward the on- coming Lobo defense fupperj. Providing a clear passage for teammate John Tyler 4883, rover Steve Carnes 1233, a sopho- more from San Angelo Central, charges toward a threatening defender flowery. 7 asu posts 6-4 record at season's end i ...l' 'hav' , JMQACQ 3 There is never such an important time during a football game as the half-time period which is spent in the locker room. In their battle against the conference champions, Ram gridders pay very close attention to what Coach Teaff is trying to tell them. The Rams topped the rough bunch from A8iI, 38-21, in the biggest upset of the season. Grasping an Indian from Abilene, several Ram gridders obtain a secure hold on their opponent. ASU massacred the ln- dians, 55-O, in McMurry's homecoming contest Cleftj. Wingback Gary Gaines C229 is nabbed by Stephen F. Austin Lumber- jacks, but Rams Chester Varnell C64J, Joe Marthiljohni 1833, and Jerry Austin C365 keep other 'Jacks away flowery. cheerleaders boost ram spirit Challenging their peers to actively and openly support the ASU athletic teams, showing leadership qualities at all times, organizing school spirit -these were the responsibilities of the 1970-71 Ram cheerleaders. Other activities for the yell leaders included Ram rallies and leading cheers at football and basketball con- tests. A spirit log was added to the Ram rallies during football season in order to get more participation from students and organizations. Executing precision movements, Sharron Baker, head cheerleader strives to in- crease spirit among the student body Cup- per lefty. Protecting her ears from the icy wind, junior Linda Buxkemper awaits the official's decision during the ASU-ETSU battle fupper rightj. Jerry Orsak, junior from San Angelo, demonstrates his en- thusiasm as he urges the Rams on to victory flowery. E . 22.35. 5 4 J t 3 W " X f '5 ,. .. . 9 . few:-..,, -. 4 ' ici.. V, q. . are t Sophomore Hedy Owens works to create spirit for the Fighting Rams as she finishes "Two Bits" with a jump fupper lefty. Crane sophomore Sue Ann Evans appears to be pleased with the per- formance that the Rams display as they clobber the nationally- ranked Bearkats of Sam Houston State, 79-72, in Angelo's final home game fupper rightj. Jim Lummus, junior from San Angelo, concentrates on the fast-moving plays during the basketball game against Sul Ross, which the Lobos pulled out, 80-79, in overtime flowery. itnflilifi I :"'1 .328 U - K In . M , nm . ... ,, V 'jg jf' vt- ,. r-we fffff Sporting a sparkling smile, Mrs. Carolyn Crill, Angelette sponsor, possesses the poise and pride that she demands from her girls Cleftj. In deep concentration, cen- tered on the intricate movements of the routine, Katrina Pankey entertains the Ram fans during basketball games Qrightb. ' G CN go ..' angelettes entertain crowd during ram games Representing Angelo State Univer- sity, the Angelettes provided enter- tainment for Ram fans during ath- letic encounters. The drill team sponsored by Mrs. Carolyn Crill, supported the Ram football and bas- ketball teams, serving as a spirit group. The girls were present at the Ram rallies and also marched in the homecoming parade. Qualifications for Angelettes in- cluded personality, poise, coordina- tion and grades. The girls practiced daily on their high kicks and intri- cate routines to insure that their per- formance would be top-notch. Captains for the fall semester were Diana Block, Toni Garcia, and Marsha White, with Miss Garcia and Staci Smith serving as co-captains for the spring semester. 1 Angelettes devote many hours for daily practice sessions in order to perfect their performance fupperj. Captain Diana Block, a senior from Wall, must learn dances and routines before teaching them to the Angelettes flower lefty. Half-time entertainment, in addition to promoting spirit, is the main duty of the drill team. Precision is required for all routines, including marching steps and high kicks flower righty. .- -' mus-.. :.+.-hefAxl:n1m,1: . -A-...re - -' ' .. 123 12 4 roundballers warm up in non-conference plag Basketball season opened against Southwestern University, where An- gelo State had yet to win a contest. The same story repeated itself as the Rams fell to the Georgetown Pirates, 69-64. Entertaining Lubbock Chris- tian, now a four-year school, ASU provided the necessary punch to win the tilt, 62-58. Driving to San Antonio, the Blue and Gold met St. lVlary's University who proved to be too much. Holding onto a 36-31 halftime lead, the Angeloans fell, 64-54, for their second non-confer- ence loss. Facing the Georgetown unit for the second time, the Fight- ing Rams overcame the Pirates, 100- 78. Junior Dana Keesee led the scoring attack with twenty-one points. The second encounter with St. lVlary's was again more than Coach George's squad could handle. The Rattlesnakes squeezed by with a 67-65 victory over ASU. During the Christmas break, Angelo State traveled to Abilene to take on the ACC Wildcats. The Rams slipped past the 'Cats, 60-59, to tie up their non- conference record. The final no- count-for-title battle found the An- gelo crew in Lubbock, bouncing the Chapparals, 85-62. The total record for non-conference play stood at 4-3. Robert Black 1203, a freshman from Abilene, appears to be suspended as -he makes an attempt for a basketball during scrimmage play against the Abilene Christian College Wildcats. Junior Dana Keesee C425 prepares to jump for the rebound, if necessary. ' -" - .. , me n ' l of Being closely followed by an SFA Lumberiack, junior Johnny Spriggs keeps eyes in the back of his head in order to keep the ball away from his opponent. Stephen F. Austin breezed past the Rams, 109-86, during the second half of conference play Cleftj. Being tied up by an A8tl Hog, Ram basketballer Robert Black 1215 aims for two while teammate Dana Keesee, a junior from Vernon, watches the action Crightj. . 1. 1, -M3 ,Ig ff-1 ' , 'Q-2.4,-5:-..11g3. ,A .K , N V I . 1 NRG- VI , l. -. ,A -.X ...,, H - X ' 'r 'M u, .,-., N , Q " -1 ' ,Qiil 'Elf' ' 'r - 'min robert black bin buck willie hill dana keesee guard guard fonfvard fowvard Awaiting a pass from Ram basketballer Johnny Spriggs 1315, sophomore Bill Buck 4235 readies himself to set up the offen- sive plays. The Hogs from Kingsville squeezed by the Ram ball club by a score of 81-80 fupper5. Freshman Benny Ward C115 from Snyder faces an East Texas Lion in a jump ball situation, while Billy Rhea C455, Robert Black 1215, and Dana Keesee C435 move toward the ball flower left5. Shooting for two, Ietterman Johnny Spriggs outjumps his Southwest Texas defender. The Bobcats squeaked past the Rams, 80- 78, in the Lone Star Conference battle flower right5. 4 9 U 6 -Af' george. shannon find strategg basketballers surprise leaders 4 Coming in for a lay-up from the backside of the court, Johnny ff' Spriggs meets a Stephen F. Austin Lumberjack who tries to block the shot Cupper lefty. During the short time-outs taken during the high-strung action, Coach George and Coach Shannon discuss team strategy with the team against the pressing team of SHSU fupper rightj. Returning Ietterman Billy Rhea C455 reaches for a two-pointer, while freshman Benny Ward anticipates a possible re- bound flower leftj. H- er Snyder freshman Benny Ward tosses an over-the-head shot in an attempt to keep the ball away from the Indian opponent. Angelo State trounced McMurry, 92-82, in LSC action Crighty. Senior Willie Hill, coming to ASU from Junction City, Arkansas, leaps high into the air in order to knock the ball to a teammate. Rams Dana Keesee C433 Johnny Spriggs 1313, and Eddy Powell C555 eagerly await the flight of the ball tleftb. ' i if i ., Q '- I 1 QR, .fs gui fgxy 5 4 ,.,.,, 3 ' 1 . 1-fs"A X Q--P' if ,...- john kubinsky eddy powell billy mea norman schaule center center forward center angelo cagers Conference action for the Angelo State University Rams opened in Brownwood against the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets. Coach Phil George's troops could not muster enough field goals to come close to the hot-hitting Jackets, the Rams were stung, 91-77, in the first con- ference tilt. Competing against Mc- Murry in Abilene, the Indians man- aged to sneak by the Rams, 90-88. lag in early conference action During Christmas break, Angelo cagers hosted Texas A8tl, in which they stole an 81-80 victory. Southwest Texas met the Rams in the Ram Dome and walked away vic- torious, as they skipped past the A-Staters, 80-78. On the road trip to Nacogdoches, the Rams were halted, 77-67, by the SFA Lumber- jacks. Still unable to break a losing s t r e a k, ASU roundballers were iff: S? stopped by the Sam Houston State Bearcats, 100-82, in Huntsville. The next two conference matches found the Rams victorious once again, as they stomped the Tarleton Texans 101-85, and whipped the East Texas State Lions, 86-77. Los- ing a heart breaker to Sul Ross, An- gelo lost in overtime, 80-79. Going into second-half conference play, the Rams held a 2-7 standing. Standing at 6'8", Eddy Powell has a goal attempt blocked by a Bearkat defender. Waiting to assist Powell are Rams Willie Hill 1415, Johnny Spriggs 4315, and Dana Keesee C433 fleftj. A familiar sight at the Ram Dome, home of the Angelo State University bas- ketball team, the lighted scoreboard broadcasts vital information to spectators, players and coaches Crightp. ram roundballers provide excitement for fans ln one of the most exciting games of the year, Johnny Spriggs tosses for two while teammate Willie Hill carefully watches the ball drop. The Rams were defeated in over- time, 80-79, by the Sul Ross Lobos frightj. During the tense excitement of the ASU- Sul Ross game, Coach Phil George and Dr. Charley Shannon exchange looks stat- ing the same disapproval Qopposite page, upperj. Laying up two points, the 6'7" sophomore from Bellaire, Ohio, John Ku- binsky aids in ASU's triumph over Mc- Murry, 92-82 Copposite page, lower lefty. Signaling the official record keepers that he has committed a personal foul, Tyler senior Billy Rhea raises his hand Coppo- site page, lower righty. l ...........-....-..- - --il EQ! 'I' Q W ..- iam, J"'!,' Q 4 sax, Xxx Q Ain-I I -J Y .. 21' ........ 5, 2 N k if ' x g -S. Lit! ' i 003i an-""Q 06' KCQVQO' -53. . . 'N if 'X 1- ahaibf A 'IT agtfqzff .4153 - 'gf'-Llff I lf i 5 .e 1- r '--"""9" r givin X li K A' i 3 X ' A li J, sv 'lp ' - I -LL Y, --. i 1, X Attempting to outpace his McMurry guard, Abilene freshman Rob- ert Black keeps the ball to the outside fupper lefty. John Kubin- sky looses possession of the ball as he attempts to score two points. Howard Payne Jackets sting their way to victory, 76-74 fupper righty. Noting the confusion in the stands, Coach Wade Turner works at the scorer's table during home games flowery. Junior college transfer Eddy Powell releases the ball just in time as he appears to be fouled by a Lumberjack Copposite page, lefty. All fingers point toward the official scorers' table as it seems that something is incorrect about the time. Several times during the season officials must call a time out for purposes of correcting any errors. Copposite page, righty. If A , I , YN... N ' fl. J go... ,,., .gt angelo state posts 5-4 record for second half any 'IA 117 iffy I',frf 1 fl, -Y' S SS 'K-Q Beginning the second half of con- ference competition, the Rams managed a 2-7 conference record. Meeting Howard Payne on AngeIo's home court was not enough advan- tage to pull out a victory, the Rams were dropped by a 74-72 score. ASU's initial Lone Star Conference victory of second-half play was pro- vided bythe McMurry Indians. Boast- ing a 25 point lead at the half, the Blue and Gold held off a rally, ending the contest on a 92-82 note. Senior Billy Rhea capped top scoring honors with nineteen, followed by Willie Hill, John Kubinsky, and Johnny Spriggs with fifteen each. Journeying to Kingsville, the fight- ing Rams bombed Texas ASLI, 99-76. Pouring in twenty-two points, Kubin- sky led the scoring attack against the Javelinas. On the same road trip, Angelo State surprised the SWT Bob- cats, 76-75. The Cats led 73-62 with 6:18 showing on the clock, but Coach George's crew refused to be defeated. R i p p i n g off fourteen straight points, the A-Staters un- raveled the Bobcats to keep the rally going. Hill netted twenty-four points to lead the Ram rally. Hosting Stephen F. Austin, Angelo was crushed by the Lumberjacks, 109-86. Junior Dana Keesee played an outstanding game, gathering eighteen points for ASU. ln the big- gest upset of the season Coach George and company plowed the Sam Houston State cagers, 79-72. Keesee again was the leading gunner, as he ripped the cords for twenty-eight big ones. The final three games of the sea- son were played on foreign courts, where the Rams fell to both Tarleton and East Texas. The Tarleton Texans sparked the Blue and Gold team from San Angelo, 85-76, even though ASU posted a 41-37 half-time lead. ln Commerce, the Lions took ad- vantage of the cold-shooting dis- played by the Angelo ballclub as they mauled the Rams, 90-70. Facing Sul Ross as the final conference tilt, ASU pulled out an 87-78 victory over the Lobos. The 1970-71 season ended with a 7-9 showing for conference competition. a state upsets bearkats: ram plagers. fans elated Outjumping three Bearkat defenders, senior Willie Hill adds two points to the Ram score. Hill serves the Rams as one of the top scorers fupperj. Overjoyed about defeating the conference leaders, Dana Keesee picks up teammate Willie Hill C415 and swings him. ASU eased past the Bearkats, 79-72 flowery. Senior letterman Billy Rhea C457 goes for a field goal as a Howard Payne Jacket leaves the floor to block the attempt. ASU fell to the Jackets in both en- counters fopposite page, upperj. Luling junior Johnny Spriggs searches for help from Ram teammates as a McMurry opponent comes too close fopposite page, lowerj. X x ' 1' 121211:-Ziiie' v 5 A XI: ' ' QQ: J: J. '55 15 , f,. .: .. i v, 1 -' x .- i0hflnY SPHESS benny ward gary cox f0I'WaI'd guard trainer 2 0 R' K rf, af-.- lf. Varsity Ietterman Billy Rhea is outmanned as he puts up an at- tempt for two. Ram roundballers Johnny Spriggs 1315, John Ku- binsky 1255, and Willie Hill C415 watch the action while getting ready for a rebound fuppery. Basketballers must learn to shoot from any position, whether balanced or not. Robert Black care- fully takes aim as he avoids contact with a McMurry defender flowery. Returning to the court with the ball, Schertz-Cibolo's Eddy Powell gives Coach George the height required to obtain rebounds fopposite page, lefty. Freshman Robert Black throws for two points as he is surrounded by several Lumberjacks. Angelo State goes down in defeat to Stephen F. Austin, 109-86, during LSC play Qopposite page, righty. -S if Q-.f"' b -fu v- . L'-'vu i -Srl 'Q 'Z J. 3- pf seniors pariicipaie in final coniesi For angelo Q nm N5 N ,nm asu cindermen test strength. endurance. speed Facing the task of developing a young team, Coach Bill Lane incor- porated the talents of his team to produce a strong contestant for the conference title. The cindermen test- ed their strength, endurance, and speed in daily practices while pre- paring for spring meets. The most outstanding trackster, Joshua Owusu from Accra, Ghana, arrived at ASU for the spring se- mester. The 6'3" athlete partici- pated in the high jump, triple jump, broad jump, and relays. In his debut in Houston at the Astrodome, Owusu copped a first in high jump with a 6'8" mark, second in triple jump and a third in long jump. Other members of the relays were fresh- men Harry Griffin and Sammy Gon- zales and Amarillo's Morris Over- street, a junior, and D. J. Flowers, a sophomore. Broad jump man was Steve Castle, while senior Ralph Jordan threw the javeline. Shot putters were Mona- hans freshman Terry Duncan, San Angelo freshman Armando San Mi- guel, and Goldthwaite junior Mac Rowlette. Johnny Garcia and Randy Cook entered as distance men, while hurdlers included Flowers and Walter Juliff, San Angelo freshman. In addition to the Houston meet, the speed demons traveled to Fort Worth for the Southwest Recreational Meet and to White Oak. The confer- ence meet was held in San Angelo in April and the national meet took place in Billingsley, Montana, in June. S-Q9 4 -L.. 1 -' -v as - 'K ,, Mile relayer Morris Overstreet, Harry Grif- fin, D. J. Flowers, and Sammy Gonzales run every day in order to stay in shape for the spring meets. The cindermen antici- pate strong competition during the con- ference meet which is held in San Angelo Ueftj. Distance man Randy Cook races against his own time during practice as he works toward a record-breaking speed frightj. V.. ,-.'. - 'N"uLw 3-44, '-ff, ,Q-. ,f-W , , LK fi ' s L, '.,-,- Q -,V-. .Emil '14 f-H, - V - 15, , .-.,..v ,-..: .lr With the final burst of energy, weightman Terry Duncan, a fresh- man from Monahans, exhibits the form required for a winning toss Cupperj. Competing as a hurdler, Amarillo sophomore D. J. Flowers divides his practice time between hurdling and running. Flowers also serves as a member of the mile and sprint relays flower lefty. Checking the time on his speed demons, Coach Bill Lane encourages his team to try to improve their own records. 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W" 1' iff?-ff, . lf, . .M .t .. it ,sv-:-,,Vk , ..,2LU -' ' " ' ,S.".,..A:-?'.v Coming from Accra, Ghana, to Angelo State University, Joshua Owusu competes in the high jump, long jump, triple jump, and relays. Owusu stands out as he places first in the high jump during the Astro- dome Federation Indoor Meet fupperj. Freshmen Harry Griffin and Sammy Gon- zales, both hailing from San Angelo, keep in step as they warm up for their up-com- ing relays flower lefty. Goldthwaite junior Mac Rowlette follows the flight of the shot as he heaves it for enough distance to qualify flower rightj. ix. . f. ., .W A vzwgife-,wiXY.:..,A:,:'d-,F I. s ' Q. ge., ,.-..+f-,, '-",..,,Nl,,N, ax . i .- . 3 ef a, "', u ,,, M0 E IO l 4 ' fu ,We .W , 'A """'11"'f'2""r , , -mn... . .. .. 5. . N -. hit. -X ,Y . F- AA. , X mg -,ey W ,-AV, ..,.,e-'- . M M 1 N'-gi'5"'Ls0:g, -fQg,..q,,,wra r v- V' ' A ' A "+Wwa9sN 512.-.tw rj ' . - ,MQW-. . ,...e-up -v-QM. . Ng .. ,c . -W ws. 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G A ' ,.v.. f,'.'-,, P ff' fi "", i ix- new coach pushes courtsmen toward Iso title Weather conditions could not stop the daily workouts that the Ram net- ters endured nor the matches they played against other schools. Coach Jim Dawson expressed the fact that this team was a contender for a berth to the national play-offs be- cause the netters were more experi- enced and talented. Returning from last year's team, David Harrison served as the pace setter for the Ram courtsmen. ln ad- dition to Harrison, returning letter- men included sophomore Neill Mc- Clung and junior Barron Rector, both of San Angelo, and junior Tommy Mc- Culloch from Wichita Falls. New re- cruits to the crew were Rick Bach- man and Felix Huerta, both from San Angelo. Scheduling of conference matches included A8tl, Sam Houston, South- west Texas, East Texas, and Stephen F. Austin. Non-conference play pro- vided matches against St. Mary's and Texas Lutheran at the Kings- ville tourney, Baylor, ACC, and Hard- in Simmons. Ram netters walked over A8tl, 6-0, in conference matches and also walked away with top honors in Kingsville. Anticipating a good season, Coach Jim Dawson mentally notes who his key men for 1971 are. Coach Dawson also spends several afternoons with the Ram gridders fupperj. Re- turning Ietterman Neill McClung, a sophomore from San Angelo, practices his serve to insure the required ace for competitive play flower lefty. Doubles competition is synony- mous with quick reflexes and fast play, but Ram courtsmen Barron Rector and Tommy McCulloch enjoy the speed of the match flower righty. harrison paces ram neffers to vioforg over a8fi Junior Barron Rector strains to return forehand volley that hits short of his court position. Rector joins teammate Tom- my McCulloch for the number-two doubles team Cupper lefty. 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A V, H -.,.M,,.,.,....MM.MMw ,X X.,,.,., W 1. Y V Vi I' ' vii ' . eg K x 5 - wg :gr -jgffj .XX A'-:TH .f','i'5-fI1iQ Runner-up in last year's Lone Star Conference singles action, David Harrison returns a backhand to a team- mate during practice. A junior from San Angelo, Harri- son Ieads the Rams in many of its tournaments fupper lefty. During daily practice sessions, Wichita Falls ju- nior Tommy McCulloch demonstrates his powerful fore- hand return. McCulloch is a returning Ietterman for Coach Dawson Qupper righty. As a new recruit to the Ram tennis roster, freshman Rick Bachman grimaces as he concentrates on placement of his overhead slam flowery, ram greensmen qualify with good aim Fighting their way back from a third-place finish in 1970, Coach Wade Turner's linksters proved to be a strong contender for the Lone Star Conference championship in 1971. Coach Turner listed four returning lettermen, including Con Hartman and Charlie Ramirez from San An- gelo, Eddie Burkett from Big Lake, and Ronnie Broadrick from Big Spring. Other members of the Ram golf squad were Coleman freshman Jim McAnally, senior Lee Emfinger from San Angelo, and Keith McCutchen, a freshman from Bronte. Freshmen Steve Lankford and Danny William- son, both from San Angelo, com- pleted the Ram roster. Highlights of the season included the Border Olympics in Laredo, the ASU Invitational, the Sul Ross ln- vitational, and the Lone Star Confer- ence Meet in San Angelo in April. Also listed on the schedule were dual matches against Abilene Christian College, Hardin Simmons, Howard Payne, and Sul Ross State University. In order to play in the tourna- ments, Ram golfers qualified in rela- tion to their teammates. During meets any number of linksters could enter, but only the top four scores each day were recorded. ln confer- ence play, five greensmen could play but only four scores counted. The national meet was hosted by Rock- ford College of Rockford, Illinois, in June. Returning letterman Charlie Ramirez studies the putting techniques of team- mate Danny Williamson, a freshman from San Angelo. Both linksters provide depth and e e' n t mak ASU xp ne ce necessary o e a strong competitor for the conference title Crightj. I , . l , 4 X ff? If s H- vu .xii Q1 E317 ' -if fl' gui J 4.14.- 'Z 7 N S X ,Q ' 1 5 M I XA -, wh p t! I L ,ix all ' Q X. -.5. - ffl K' f 11 I inf , iff V ii- M ft Q M, Nags 1.3 ' e xx, N ex J V. .Q .3 ' if:-'iff--QS -'N .wie 2-JW ' 1 X f . V -" 5 --gl x xi . 5?'--.:- 'fn ce- . if , fe. , . " ' , Q. 1 , """ . if' "ff.7L:'1f-'iii' 1 'Mi M: 'J' . V .15 ix 1 i a t 'F 1,4 , ""' Q V, ,. Fila. 3 f ir' J X. 3? may zazugiky ,4 Y S . -v .1 f- J.. . i . 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Being in the rough is no fun, but junior linkster Con Hartman uses his five-iron to move the ball toward the green. Hart- man is a key man in the Rams' bid for conference flower lefty. On an uphill lie, Big Lake senior Eddie Burkett uses a chip shot in order to reach the green and insure a par four fleftj. Getting out of a sand trap requires skill, as Keith McCutchen, freshman from Bronte, can easily verify flower leftj. Lining up his putt, senior Lee Emfinger studies the lay of the green and the probable course of the ball flower rightl. .ua-. X LQ, ' Y 4. wi . , Q1 - 2 X gt YE flfckx if ' it x 5 A X' 'L ,,,. xi Z , :as Q x' Qi., K 1 , .X 3 , fill PT Y--gtwx. X g ' 1' A 9 A - t 'sf . W . X . 1. I, 4 .- i kk 'wx 'M x ,N ,- x 'Q 1 :,.-., ' ,ff , K 5 v - -" Y x v I x -. 21. . es- .X-Q Q .1 f x ' " v'-.X Xe- x f' s"..' f Y . 1 5 I- it X t - if .nfl ffm , xx , ,,,- . A X f 'J' " i , V r-N . . ' -C., .tx L I ' Q .- 'Qu ',"x'i- X S '."' 'fi 'Q . ' ' -1 l A X - tb - -i 1 :. In , . , W. 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'4' '- - Waiting for the ball to drop into the cup, Coleman freshman Jim McAnally remains in his stance. McAnally serves as one of Turner's strongest competitors for the conference title Qupper Ieftl. Big Spring sophomore Ronnie Broadrick, a one-year Ietterman, exhibits good form as he aims toward the green Cupper rightj. golf team vie for title' asu hosts competition 2 IN 'iw 'X x Q-A no ,.'l. ,, s " . 'fri e 5 L' - , ' A, PT.-1 ,A i, V , 12" '- l . -A "1 Te' 4:1-' f I l ' ' - h , - . ' . ' . 6' Q .Q Phil Decker watches a fast-paced game of men's intramural basketball fupper lefty. Vic McElrath pivots away from defending player after rebounding a teammate's shot fupper rightj. Referee Bobby Doyal pre- pares to throw penalty flag during a men's intramural football game Clower rightj. Opposing team members attempt to gain control of the ball after a jump ball flower lefty. K 56 teams compete in three intramural sports Three intramural sports drew sev- eral hundred students during the fall and spring semesters at ASU. Sixteen football teams sought the intramural grid title in the fall, with the American League champion Dicks taking the crown in a playoff with the Pikes, winners of the Na- tional League. The Dicks swept the first two games in a best-of-three series with the Pikes, 28-12 and 50-22. Third-place winners in the intra- mural tournament were the Lambda Chi's, while the Bombers finished fourth. Twenty teams competed the intramural basketball championship in a four-division league, headed by Intramural Sports Director Max Bumgardner and his staff assist- ing of Alton Bradshaw, Dorman Moore, Mickey Pierce, and Jerry Pierce. Two leagues of ten teams also vied for softball honors following the spring break in March. An all-star tilt ended the season, following a playoff between the league winners. Teammates watch as number 13 adds two points to his team's score Cleftj. intramural sports include basketball, vollegball All women on campus were in- by volleyball competition during the named after all matches were vited to participate in intramural bas- spring semester. completed. ketball and volleyball. Basketball Five teams competed alternately Dr, Jewell Pye was advisor ofthe competition was held first, followed each week and a champion team was intramural Competition, 2 Glenda Bimer, Connie Ricks and Janice Halfmann vie for the re- bound during intramural competition fopposite page, lefty. Mem- bers of the White team set up for the spike fcenterj. The set up is successful as a member of the White team puts the ball across the net frightl. f . 6 . , !.. -w r,---4 1... ,fx , .,,x .' M 1 ..A, 'x.L 1 ' . . 'I - , I I 1 1 1 x . .V 1 'P' 1 1 ,Vf-,tb---V ,, , im-'AfT"-,T'.'b': , -ffrvtf gqt-,,, - H-,-' ., ,. . ,-.-.Q 3 wr. , .-,,,- i,x,,4.,,,-1--,,.:--.,,L5-,L . I .' I '.-vl.l." 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Q-stand .mm Am.. 4 z-. .a.n.u.x-A SGW lela scott nancy frafe gilbert orne . fred moore r la S 1 mi' tn. ' Celfieind " f' , a y 0 L " ' - .-,.-f'TJ-19.2- -. , SUZanne Slflgg L ' '. E , Y.- , - , ww- ' . marvm schultz A ., -. .:- ,H "' - df- -""" A . 1, wwe 4 D n : ,-zn.f',:.f- f, , .:.Q.li tl y lt, '.:,., 'vp 'I' ,. 4.7 .. :ff 'f 1 99' 1-3" 7' , A,,,,,,.i' 4 ' I ..,.1-.1.-mam-f'C""V-I'f""77' -' u V ,. .L -v V - Y ' . .P 4 :MJ ,. .I .WI ng. , - M t,,'.1fV,' ,bf i ' r s - 5 ..-va--1-"bf-'1I"1""' 1 -'A 7' Q M. W, Q.- 1.-.'. za uh- . -' . W ' fn! FN -R qv W aw- vx All .nv -sf. -.- E- 6 ."?. 'A 1. 4. ,, .W lfff, ' r .,r Q, ff' 9- M I 'ls 'w'4i.'. L A :f:5:::3:5-5:iiQj5:ggtg,,7-, ,. Q. 4. L. PX'+"if" f.1z:z:-fzarsfzsmsff-: 'N' QS' .. 'V - academics nwauQhgg..'nA1 167 ,S varied interests displaged bg president's familg Being a member of the family of the President of Angelo State Uni- versity was simply a formality re- garded as common by Sandra, his daughter, and Johnell, his wife. Drex, his son, was married and could es- cape being referred to as "the presi- dent's son." Each of the Vincents had his or her own interests and hobbies. Dr. Vincent found painting a restful ac- tivity as he attempted to free him- self of all the responsibilities of being a university president. He also spent his spare time identifying with the university and deriving recrea- tion from the university life. Mrs. Vincent utilized her time in community projects. She belonged to a study club and to the Faculty Women's Organization. She served on the Board of Directors for the Concho Valley Home for Girls and she also taught a Sunday School class. She enjoyed reading and play- ing bridge from relaxation. Sandra, the only child remaining at home, was a devoted Dallas Cow- boy fan in addition to being an avid spectator of all sports. Between her singing appearances and working, Sande kept quite busy. f' Escaping to her bedroom, Sande enjoys playing her favorite folk songs on the guitar Qleftj. Taking a break away from the business-like routine of the office, Dr. Vincent relaxes with a paint brush fupper rightb. Mrs. Vincent spends a few minutes each day grooming Missy. her pet poodle flower rightj. .U .- 4 -- . 11 , P. - ' .- - Iff fwf izv fX"i+.42?fWa? Q 6 q,1wf1Q: 4251--y,wQ--1.-vfmfwcfaE2.M?g,Q,.. ',:2f?gi1lfXiE3Qi 5????f'Q?2fiZfY 54 -ffizfii 5535! 5 5-wgjfgvzg-1' M222-z1,:sa1T2 v'M,v'2:? -.isa ' - 'f' - : ?'?5'iE1'? WIP? I 5 " rv ' ,affz-f?!'w'2?a4 w,-,s+5?.'w.,,.5w?5n,,,,sf-P-" aff- - -, . . ,. ,. , W ..,. ,..y,,,i4.,. ww 'V Ag: 'v:.,,w:-.443-, 'MQ . f X O S. ,.. -1. W9 ET' N001 S X figs? ..,9Qj,. , ,. . , , IA vv'A - ' Qs :q,, iif .,f -Q ,ez , :- - gr, i ' president coordinates functions personnel implements programs As the chief executive officer of the university, Dr. Lloyd D. Vincent coordinated all activities of Angelo State: this included the academic, fiscal, student, and special services programs of ASU. He was the only individual who reported directly to the Board of Regents, which was ac- complished through the President's Report. Official duties of the presi- dent ranged from nominating staff members and recommending posi- tions to directing the master plan for college development. He was also re- sponsible for promoting public rela- tions, raising funds for the univer- ,f""" sity, and promoting the general wel- fare of the student body. Bedford "Beep" Cain carried the title of Administrative Assistant to the President. He acted in some of the same capacities as the president and also served as Executive Secre- tary of the Alumni Association. Mrs. Virginia Scott, Administrative Secre- tary, worked closely with Dr. Vincent, especially concerning his reports to the Board of Regents. Acting as re- ceptionist, Mrs. Diane Wosoba as- sisted Mrs. Scott with her secre- tarial duties. As the official spokesman of the university, Dr. Lloyd D. Vincent represents ASU in all relations with the state and federal gov- ernments fopposite pagej. Working close- ly with Dr. Vincent, Mrs. Virginia Scott files information concerning the President's Report to the Board of Regents fupperj. In addition to being the receptionist, Mrs. Diane Wosoba prepares coffee for the other members of the staff fcenterj. As Administrative Assistant to the President, Beep Cain serves as Executive Secretary of the Alumni Association, to which he xgafst elected by the Board .of Directors e J. Dr. Hugh Meredith, Dean of the Univer- sity, heads one of the most important phases of university life, the academic program flowery. In addition to sewing as assistant to Dean Meredith, Dr. Gordon Welch serves as Liaison with Goodfellow Air Force Base frightj. graduate school now a realitg Continued growth of the academic program was evident this past year. The opening of the fall semester brought thirty-eight new professors to the Angelo State campus. Courses were offered which led to three bac- calaureate degrees-Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bach- elor of Business Administration-as well as to the Associate of Science Degree in Nursing. Also offered were pre-dentistry and pre-medical de- grees, and two-year programs in agri- culture, home economics, pre-engi- neering, pre-law, and pre-pharmacy. The graduate program for Angelo State was also approved in October of 1970. Dr. Bernard Young was ap- pointed in November to head the graduate program slated to begin in the fall semester of 1971. Dr. Bernard Young, Graduate Dean, is responsible for all phases of the graduate program, authorized to begin in the fall semester of 1971 fupper lefty. As Director of Curriculum, Dr. James Holland reviews degree requirements in order to provide students with the best possible degree Cleftj. 17 3 X53 -f-Z" - ir 7 X ei 1 l l Q ii ll ,bil From requisitions and bids, Victor Wilde decides upon necessary purchases of supplies and equipment fupperj. The accounting of university income and expenditures is handled by the staff in the fiscal office fcenterj. Business Manager Bill Hale reviews a portion of the annual budget with Auditor Robert Harrison flowery. -I fm enrollment at new high In the fall of 1970, the Office of Registrar and Ad- missions with Dr. Warren G. Griffin as Registrar and Mi- chael Barron, Admissions Officer, noted a high of 3883 students in attendance at Angelo State University. This office also noted that the average score made by entering freshmen on the ACT test was higher for 1970-71 than for any previous time. Financial aid, employment, and placement of students attending ASU were among the responsibilities of Dr. O. S. Cauthen,.Director of Special Services. The general financial management of the university and the preparation and administration of the annual budget were some of the duties of Bill Hale, the Business Man- ager. He was also responsible for the operation of the auxiliary enterprises of the university. Under him, Auditor Robert J. Harrison controlled the fiscal transactions of the university. Purchasing of the majority of the departmental supplies and equipment was handled by Victor Wilde, Purchasing Agent. Admissions Officer Michael Barron evaluates students' qualifica- tions before they register at Angelo State University fupperj. Through letters, conferences, and recommendations, Dr. O. S. Cauthen assists over a third of the student body each year flower lefty. Dr. Warren Griffin and his secretary review the spring regis- tration schedule Qlower rightj. -, 3 lil-- Axe counseling service available lo asu students Dean of Students, Dr. William O'Zee headed the non-academic pro- gram at ASU. His office was mainly concerned with the student life. Other concerns included the Uni- versity Center, Health Clinic, Alumni Office, and counseling service. Offices of the Dean of Men and Dean of Women carried out the coun- seling service of this program. Com- pleting his first year as Dean of Men, Paul Horne's duties involved a wide variety of the more serious problems of men to the informal visit. Whatever the situation the office pro- vided reciprocal action based on re- sponsible counseling to cause men to perceive and honor themselves. The Dean of Women's Office, headed by Janet Douglas, aimed at helping women help themselves to cope with the everyday problems of living. This was accomplished through individual counseling and by environment modification. Dean William O'Zee hopes ASU grows into one of the largest universities in the state, one about which students would be proud to tell others. S Dean Paul Horne desires to see the uni- versity continue to develop a positive at- mosphere promoting service, quest for knowledge, personal problem-solving, and self-evaluation fupper lefty. Dean Janet Douglas would like to see the women stu- dents of ASU assume leadership roles on campus and in the community flower lefty. 17 campus operations grow with student population Alan Borger, Director of Housing, reported that both high rise dormitories were filled to capacity at the begin- ning of this year. His office handled the physical and sta- tistical aspects of student housing. The newly-built physical plant served as headquarters for the university's building and ground maintenance. Under the direction of Doc Smith, it handled all plumbing and electrical work, carpentry, vehicle repairs, and moving for Angelo State University. The Data Processing Department was primarily con- cerned with the handling of university records. This year, a new IBM 360, Model 25 computer was installed. With this larger machine, data processing, under the direc- tion of Joe Martin, was able to more efficiently accommo- date the growing demands of the university. The Print Shop, directed by printer Ray Bolf, printed all university forms, documents, reports, cards, and other materials. lt did all departmental printing including the important semester tests. Printer Ray Bolf prepares a master for printing while his assistant, James Torres, works on some plates fupper righty. Alex Valverde checks to see if everything is ready before he makes a photo- graphic master flower lefty. ln approving student housing, Director of Housing Mr. Borger often considers special problems of stu- dents Qlower rightj. 'SN X 'X .V .. Qxbgiijltrg Q .,-' . N 4 ., sy...-1 ,. z -LY 4 z- ix -.R,,..s5s.: :arg , -1 -fs. - :,:- aff: xg. Qs- f' as .1 X ,,,x ,, V,,,., ,., . . .X X x . ,,x.,,, ., ilq, N,1,1V , ., . . 'Q A, N 7x N Rf-.1 ., .Q 5 N x 5 X Q Sf ' T ' Q +-'- X 'YM it I 1 aww ,. , . .. .- I Data Processing Operations Manager, Joe Martin, reads over the information printed out by the computer Cleftb. Outside the new physical plant, Doc Smith, Director of Plant Operations, supervises the moving of supplies and equipment. Erwin Voss, Central Stores Supervisor, assists him with this task flowery. --..,. ' xv- If Uiiww x .43 V ' .rfb 1 I . , - t x fwf il al 801. ff, --....-,. 179 O seeuritg, clinic give. cure ills Security officers moved into their new building this fall. They secured university buildings and patrolled campus parking lots. Nurses were available daily to treat students for illnesses. Dr. Dar- lene Hunter saw patients five days a week for three hours a day. Services were free for all students. Dr. Hunter sees nearly 20 students daily Cupperb. Security officers patrol campus for parking violations Ccenter lefty. Debra Wellborn is dismayed about ticket fcenter rightj. ' nfs.. fl? -In . gf ti g+vN'Xx Ili WW J if? wfx L06 3-'IEE U molena tunnell cloreen welch morgan c. riley bobby peiser ea I rarian librarian librarian bookstore manager security director bookstore. librarg satisfg academic demands Under the management of Morgan Riley, the bookstore provided a large variety of goods to satisfy the needs of every student. During the year the bookstore bought and sold new l and used books. l During dead week the library ex- tended its hours to accommodate the study needs of students. The smok- ing rooms and typing rooms gave stu- dents added conveniences. .'.:.."1:s ' Diana Cudd, bookstore employee, helps Steve Simpson find a required book Cupperj. Lindy Lissner seeks help from Mrs. Georgia Edwards Qcenter lefty. Connie Hargrove works at the book- store cash register Ccenter rightj. James Collett aids students with films from the library tape section Qleftj. 18 agricultural program combines areas of studg Formerly in the Department of Bi- ology, the agricultural and home eco- nomics areas of study had been com- bined to form the Agricultural Pro- gram for ASU. Recently, a Manage- ment, Instruction, and Research Cen- ter was designated for the 6,015 Finalizing arrangements for the annual "Make-It-Yourself With Wool" contest keeps Mrs. Siler, home economics teacher, busy ri ht! Students in Agriculture 132 anxiously await as Dr. Hol- t 3 - land returns a major exam frightj. acres on the North Concho Reservoir that Angelo acquired on a long-term lease from the Texas Parks and Wild- life Commission. This center was designed to serve the twenty-two mil- lion-acre Edwards Plateau of the West Texas area. It was planned to 2 dr. leon holland b.s., m.a., ph.d., oklahoma university r. b. dooley b.s., m.ed., texas a8tm university willene siler b.s., baylor university m.a., texas technological college ' ' iii VA . include activities in wildlife manage- ment and ecology, studies in water utilization and pollution, instruc- tion and research in the agricultural and biological sciences, recreational development, and brush control and range improvement. ,J Z- XJ, dr. david harlan heads chemistrg department Dr. David Harlan, head of the chemistry department, adjusts equipment for use in advanced chemistry experiments Getty. Chemistry experiments and problems are made easier for freshmen students with help from Dr. George Shankle frightj. Dr. David Harlan completed his first year as head of the chemistry department. During this year, Dr. Michael Carlo returned to the faculty after receiving his doctors degree, and Dr. Ross Dawkins and Dr. George Shankle were added to the faculty. The discovery method of teaching chemistry labs was introduced to re- place the demonstration method. In this way, the students were able to perform the experiments themselves and obtain a better understanding of what goes on in chemistry. dr. david harlan b.s., university of texas 1 Alf ' m.a., southwest texas state university ph.d., baylor university dr. michael carlo b.s., m.s., ph.d., texas adm university dr. ross dawkins b.s., abilene christian college m.s., texas a8tm university ph.d., university of texas dr. edgar drake b.s., university of houston m.s., university of colorado ph.d., texas a8tm university dr. george shankle b.a., university of tennessee m.s., university of texas ph.d., university of tennessee delbert tarter b.s., east texas state university m.a., university of texas plans for grad program in '72 become reality Under its new head Dr. Gerald G. Raun, the Department of Biology had slated many changes for the coming years. Its graduate program had been set to begin in 1972 and would include a Master of Science in en- vironmental biology and a Master of Arts in Teaching in biology. This year the department proposed and made many changes in its course offerings in preparation for the graduate program. Two new professors were present in the department this year. Dr. Raun, the department's head, ob- tained his doctorate in zoology, verte- brate ecology. A taxonomic botanist, Dr. Chester M. Rowell, Jr., was add- ed to the teaching staff. Mr. Al Flury relaxes a few minutes follow- ing one of the eight freshman zoology lab sessions which he instructs Crightj. 11' gerald raun joe carter gordon creel john ericson alvm flury b.a., texas tech university b.s., m.s., new mexico b.a., howard payne b.s., colorado state b a m a university of m.a., ph.d., university state university college university texas of texas m.a., university of texas pn,d,, montana state ph.d., montana state university university melvin hetherly clara jones b.s., m.a., southwest b.a., m.s., louisiana texas state state university ph.d., indiana university chester rowell, jr. wilmot thornton b.s., university of texas m.s., texas a8tm university ph.d., oklahoma state university b.a., m.a., ph.d., university of texas elston todd b.s., university of north carolina m. ed., university of florida ph.d., montana state university lm, has Qleftj. 1 vgirfg - 4 Dr. Rowell studies some of the specimens from his herbarium Cupper lefty. Before class, Mr. Hetherly clarifies a concept for Lin da Bickerstaff Cupper rightj. ln a discussion with Dr. Ericson .lack Norlin discovers that pine trees can be an interesting topic courses utilize taped lectures The computer science program became a part of the Department of Business Administration. Under this program students were able to re- ceive a computer science major be- ginning next year. A major had been anticipated in the not-too-distant fu- ture. The acquisition of a new IBM 360 Model 25 computer by the ASU Data Processing Center should have a significant impact upon the ac- quisition of these p r o j e c t e d programs. Dr. Fred Homeyer, computer sci- entist, had been experimenting with Pausing from his economics lecture, Mr. J. question Qrightj. the use of delayed-live video taped lectures supplied by the Western ln- formation Network. These tapes had been used as both supplementary and primary instructional devices in his computer courses. Other developments had occurred in the business administration de- partment. The addition of six full time faculty members resulted in the conversion of classrooms into of- fice space. The department also re- ported the addition of several new courses and an increase in student majors. D. Avary listens to and considers a student's S.. . F , lb robert coe j. d. avary robert campbell b.s., miami university b.a., m.a., university of b.b.a., mcmurry college m.s., ph.d., university of texas m.s., texas tech houston , , university joseph gabriel edward fisher b.s., southwest missouri albert grigson b.s., texas a8tm state college b.s., b.a., ouachita university m.ed., university of baptist university m.b.a., texas tech missouri m.a., east texas state university university ph.d., university of texas eddie daghestani law degree, damascus university, syria m.s., colorado state university imogene henry. b.s., m.a., hardin simmons university mildred drach b.a., university of colorado m.I., university of pittsburg fred homeyer b.a., m.a., ph.d., university of texas ronald mortensen garland hunnicutt I'iChal'd m00l'e I b.a., b.b.a., university of b.s., m.b.a., university of b.s., m.b.a., university texas southern california of utah m'2QignLQQQ'e's'ty of terry sutton billy timberlake b.a., m.a., ph.d., kansas b.s., east texas state Iorenzo penafiel state university university b.s.c., far eastern m.b.e., north texas state university, manila university m.b.a., d.b.a., texas tech university 2 , A-2 'WS' gi ' Mr. Eddie Daghestani briefly reviews the lesson which he has planned to present to his statistical analysis students fupper lefty. Business administration professor, Mr. Ronald Mortensen, takes a few restful minutes to read an article from the Wall Street Journal flower lefty. Mr. Joe Gabriel, who teaches several distributive education courses, checks roll before he begins his marketing class flower righty. 187 fred mahler ruby cox b.s., m.a., southwest b.s., texas woman's texas state university university m.a., southwest texas state university ed.d., university of houston verna crutchfield b.a., howard payne richard gwyn b.a., m.a., baylor college university m.a., hardin simmons ed.d., university of university houston ed.d., university of denver james hademenos b.s., university of houston m.a., university of south dakota ph.d., syracuse university l r i im if Dr. Douglas John, a member of the teaching team for the new secondary program next fall, reviews reference materials from his bookshelf Ccenter lefty. Elementary student teachers receive a "last minute briefing" from education professors Dr. Robert Holden and Dr. Richard Gwyn fcenter rightj. jack harrington robert holden douglas john b.s., southwestern state b.s., m.a., southwest b.s., m.ed., ed.d., north college, oklahoma texas state university texas state university m.s., east texas state ed.d., arizona state university university ed.d., university of houston department forms plans for graduate program Many new programs have been planned in the Depart- ment of Education for the fall of 1971. Their graduate program, a Master of Arts in Teaching in elementary edu- cation, had been approved. The department had also been scheduled to play a supporting role in two other graduate programs, a Master of Arts in Teaching in En- glish and one in history. A certification for kindergarten teachers under the elementary education major has been planned for next year. In the secondary education program, a team- teaching project, also to begin in the fall, was designed to provide practical experience for students planning to teach on the secondary level. ln preparation for these programs, the Department of Education had undergone many changes. Dr. Fred L. Mahler served as the department's new head. The psychology discipline, included in the Department of Education, was taught by Dr. Keith Lindsey and Dr. Jerry Thornton. During a session of the course "Problems in the Education of Mentally Retarded Children," Dr. Crutchfield informs students of the techniques involved in understanding these children. kenneth lewis keith lindsay ieffy th0l'l'lf0l'l b.a., oklahoma state b.a., linfield college b-S-. east texas state universitty m.a., university of UniVel'Sify m.f.a., ed.d., university northern colorado ffl-S-. Ph-d-, University of oklahoma ph.d. stanford university Of Oklahoma Prentiss Windsor helps with ticket selling at home Ram football games frightj. Dr. Troy Reeves finds time for poetry reading during a break between his classes fleftj. ,xg W , Q ,-t 1 vit- S.. 2 X ,-"" , 4 ' N, , .t,, Q. . sf.: -X" -V:-rf, V.,-, t-S. 'EV . ,.41- 'X , 'T a ,411 ,-we I .4 ,.. 43' ' s mg, if' 'Q I dr. harold davis dr. margaret carpenter evelyn click vetal flores b.a., m.a., university of b.a., m.a., southwest b.a., east texas state b.a., texas tech denver texas state university university university ph.d., louisiana state ph.d., university of texas m.a., sul ross state m.a., hardin simmons university college university dr. dale hesser dr. perry gragg b.a., harding college phillip holcomb dr. joseph johnson b.a., davidson college m.a., oklahoma state b.a., m-B-. Uf1iVefSitY of b-2-, university Of m.a., ph.d., university of university new mexico oklahoma texas ph.d., university of ph.d., vanderbilt kansas university iames feynn b.a., m.a., texas tech university dora kelly b.a., north texas state university m.a., university of colorado gerald lacy b.a., east texas state university billie loving b.a., m.a., north texas state university Pegg!! Skaggs b.a., southern methodist university m.a., texas a8tm university charles taylor b.a., northwestern university m.a., university of iowa After a full morning of class lecture, Gerald Lacy pauses for a few rest- ful moments flowery. kenyon wagner marie ward b.a., texas womans university m.a., hardin simmons university prentiss windsor b.a., west texas state university m.a., university of texas pop lit, folklore new for english Contemporary literature, Ameri- can folklore, and black novelists were new additions to the curriculum of the English department. Other new courses in this department in- cluded an experimental freshman class, which emphasized current problems as seen through a variety of media, and a survey course of trends in pop culture. Studying the English language aids in training students to read and write effectively and in informing them about the nature and structure of the language, studying literature acquaints the student with literary functions and contributes to a fuller understanding of human experiences through significant works. b.a., eastern new mexico university m.a., eastern new mexico university eleanor batjer b.a., eastman school of music of university of rochester m.m., hardin simmons university charles bleick b.a., m.a., chico state college dr. paul brownlow b.a., m.a., abilene christian ph.d., purdue university douglas cornell b.s., livingston state college b.m., auburn university m.m., university of kentucky catherine cowell b.a., university of denver m.a., university of denver zelma heddins Vim b.f.a., university of texas m.a., new mexico highlands university 'fear otis lumpkin ' b.s., university of arkansas m.a., east texas state uiversity ' W--A" " 'Wa ,, A- , ?wq,,,,,,--,an-"'s .eg ii 3 as fr X xx I My Ai l., if g V.,--1 6 z-at M V ' ' I-all Z ' . I fr' - ie flag ' at ' I 'lol Arg Lights in the Academic Building prove to be a bit too bright as f Mrs. Helen Schafer lectures to her speech class fleftj. Taking a X. few minutes before speech class to become better acquainted are Mr. Berne Enslin and Jerry Austin Crightj. A '11 J . .., w'i' x 1 My xr iq . v 4 i ' iii Dr. Raymond Carver, head of the Depart- ment of Fine Arts, instructs a.class on styles of acting and characterization. department of fine arts faeultg increases statt bg tour members Continuing its outstanding tradi- tion of excellent productions, the main productions of the Department of Fine Arts for the fall semester in- cluded the "Town They Left Behind" and "The Knack." On the calendar of events were three original Readers' Theatre programs. Also on the cal- endar were the ASU band and choir and the ASU Youth Symphony in concert. The department offers a major program of study in speech, a sec- ondary program in drama, and two- year programs in art and music. Charles Bleick Cartb, Paul Brownlow Cspeechj, Pauline Randow fspeechb, and Jon Spong Cmusicj completed their first year in the department. eddie pace b.m., m.m., university of texas 'V' pauline randow b.s., southwest texas state university m.a., louisiana state university helen schafer U I b.s., m.a., texas womans university jon spong b.m.e., m.m., drake university wilson stevens b.a., oklahoma city university m.a., eastern new mexico university dr. billie watts b.s., m.s., kansas state teachers college ph.d., university of oregon discussion. lecture classes highlight government program Small group-large group experi- mental method of teaching govern- ment 231 and 232 highlighted the government department this year. The large group classes consisted of 225 students each and were taught by the five members of the govern- ment faculty in a team-teaching type situation. Each teacher presented lectures to the classes. Class parti- cipation and discussions were en- couraged in the small group classes, which had no more than thirty stu- dents each. This method of grouping was reviewed at the close of the spring semester. Afte r some changes, plans were made to con- tinue with the method in the tall semester of 1971. Mr. Jerry Perry waits patiently at his desk for the morning mail Cupper rightj. Dr. Eugene Jones helps Lee McElrath, a gov- ernment major, with pre-registration for the spring semester fleftj. llll A1-3.14--Q -9 x, . . my '- , f - ni 'li A ,X l',.I,!': 44 2 dr eugene jones charles elliott bill henderson walter noelke lerry perry ba., m.a., university of b.a., m.a., texas tech b.a., tarleton state b.a., university of the ba baylor university akron university college south m 2 University Of texas ph.d., university of m.a., texas tech north carolina university journalism department has new teaching stall Garland Ashley served as acting head of the Department of Journal- ism while Michael Ryan served as news service director and Bol Beames as assistant professor. AI three men were in their first year o service at ASU. On this campus, journalism was not all theory and drill. Students were able to get a portion of their training out in the professional world. This was provided by means of a five-week internship program with the San Angelo Standard-Times. Classes in the intern program were under the direction of Bill E. Martin, editor of the Standard-Times and a part-time member of the journalism department. ln addition to this, fa- cilities of KCTV-television of San An- gelo were utilized by students in a course on television news. Also, in a photography class, students were given the opportunity to become competent in covering photo assign- ments from c a m e r a operation through photographic print. .- -.-s ,Ag ig .: r s i f ,..tt 1 if 5.11 M a ,..,t ..,:,5 . A ! 1 garland ashley bob beames mike ryan b.a., m.a., university of b.a., southeastern state b.a., university of texas maryland college at el paso m.a., east texas state university ,.,,4dlA Mr. Bob Beames uses time between classes to do extra reading for his journalism classes Qupper lefty. Mr. Mike Ryan, news senlice director, makes final plans for football programs flower leftj. 5 dr. robert carter max bumgardner kaaren copes b.s., university of notre b.s., m.ed., university of b.s., m.s., east texas dame texas state university m.a., ed.d., columbia university lit fp. l Q rv- ns .-ap carolyn crill b.s., m..s., eastern new mexico university jimmy dawson b.s., west texas state university - , it as' lr. 1. Q Mrs. Kaaren Copes gives fresh- man tennis student Marsha Mul- ter a few pointers on correct form Qcenter lefty. Coach Wade Turner observes students during bowling class at Sherwood Lanes fcenter rightl. Dr. R. P. Carter, head of the Department of Health and Physical Education, feels that his department is responsible for the total physical fitness of ASU students flower righty. philip george b.s., m.ed., university of texas phgs ed stresses total fitness. obtains modern gum complex Having the sole responsibility of improving the total physical fitness of ASU students, the Department of Health and Physical Education was unique in several aspects. In addition to the varied activity courses offered each semester, students were given the opportunity for instruction in health and hygiene, safety, and rec- reation. Every student was required to complete four hours in physical training which included courses in bowling, conditioning, gymnastics, badminton, square dance, tennis, and golf. During the fall semester, a pro- posal for a new gymnasium was ac- cepted bythe Board of Regents. Con- struction of the 352,000,000 physical education building, started in De- cember, was scheduled to continue for approximately eighteen months. The complex was planned to include four basketball courts, handball fa- cilities, dressing rooms, weight-lift- ing rooms, an Olympic pool, offices and classrooms. Directing a speedball game during men's activities class, Max Bumgardner instructs one of the players Qcenter lefty. b.s., m.a., mcmurry b s m ed stephen f college austin state university , . t .te l y tp - P'iQ' A . f 3 ff'5?Tifg'-vgfj' , ' ff' is ' i .'-f -Q ' .4 "". Q., f- '41':,:5:.-, ' '25 5, ff5y..1,,1 .. 'M Y' V '-" vv.. I if ,..- ,tt 3. 4. william lane . dr. jewel pye I dr. charley shannon grant teaff wade turner b.s., stephen f. austin b.s., stephen f. austin b.s., m.ed., trinity university m.ed., ed.d., university university b.ed., east texas state of h0USt0I'l ph.d., university of texas university 19 dr. bob holcomb b.a., mcmurry college m.a., oklahoma state university ph.d., texas tech university ,Q l W dr. jack bates b.a., abilene christian college m.a., university of pacific ph.d., university of southern california .Q robert byrns b.a., university of northern colorado m.a., texas a8lm university dr. c. s. clifton b.a., trinity university m.a., duke university m.a., university of minnesota ph.d., university of minnesota gi fi 8 S.. s fa ' Ox ...,npy4pwu-Q ' s. 'Jn 5' Phillip McGuire finds the podium a useful aid in lecturing to his class fleftj, Jollene Maddox helps students to readily visualize places of importance in history with the use of a map Qrightj. -in-51-nv -1-:1 M , . U-: xxrc. . dr. escal duke b.a., howard payne college m.a., university of texas ph.d., university of texas - ' .Jac I 'La ,.. fi . , .,,. A l-"Ui A., ,iu'::..a". - . Q r-so l . ' . -:, 5 I F , '..g..,. -.- '.. ' l - '-'Jun " L . 'gl ' 'L'- V ' -if , .4 historg department adds new profs. courses Five history teachers were added to the Department of History, along with two new history courses, special topics and honors class for the sec- ond half of freshman history. "Black History" was the subject presented in special topics, taught by Dr. Frank Simpson. Selections for the honors class were made from students who did particularly well in 131 History. Another innovation introduced in the department allowed the individual in- structor to choose the text for the classes he taught. "Minority Groups" and "The Fam- ily," advanced sociology courses, were taught by Dr. Caroline Remy and Dr. Stanley Clifton, respectively. The department was awaiting ap- proval to offer a major in sociology. Sociology was included as a part of the history department. Enjoying a free moment between lecturing classes, Dr. Frank Simpson relaxes in his office in the Academic Building. dr charles endress phillip mcguire marion mckinney dr caroline remy IBITIGS ward b a Vanderbilt b s bishop college b a eastern new b 2 university of texas b-3-1 FBXBS Christian university m a southern mexico university m a trinity university UUIVGFSIYY m a tulane university methodist university m a eastern new Ph Ci UUIVEFSIW Of m-3-gtexas Christian ph d tulane university mexico university texas Uh'Ve"Sity 2 freshman mathematics course taught with different approach A freshman math course was initi- ated this year by the Department of Mathematics. This course was or- ganized to familiarize students with the varied language and procedures of mathematics. The department of- fered several other new courses, among which was a senior-level re- search course. To assist with the teaching of these new courses, two new professors, Dr. James E. Hodge and Dr. G. V. McWilliams. joined the department. These new develop- ments formed the preliminary steps for a graduate program in teaching mathematics which was scheduled to begin in 1972. The math courses in computer sci- ence were taught by a professor from the Department of Business Ad- ministration, Dr. Fred Homeyer. The math department provided daily problem sessions in which students received assistance in working prob- lems and understanding concepts. Mr. Burton explains to his trigonometry students the relationship between sine and cosine functions. cass archer b.a.ed., m.ed., m.s., ph.d., university of texas jay amburgey b.s., new mexico state university m.s., ph.d., texas tech university johnny bailey b.a., m.a., ph.d., university of texas jonathan burton b.s., m.s., texas tech university escal duke b.a., howard payne college m.a., ph.d., university of texas noel evans b.a., ph.d., university of texas george hill b.s., m.s., texas christian university james hodge b.s., m.s., north texas christian university gerald mcwilliams b.s., m.s., ph.d., texas tech university fl! - .- xiii'-'im-izq-vffhsii--"1'f!'?'1sI5:1a51?'- . ' A ' . . sE?':"2':,1-X1 1 . 1---Q-wap .-.N -:,':s-uqw , Ig: sq-:.sL - ' 'T , ,- -. 5 s. S. r -S t Es?-3 . V .,.x e seg..- 9.4-umm:-"'Q""""""'N raw . ' . sw w. 431222145-25253, ,gg r 7 Sfigsgggk - vs -,sea wif ""e ' language department sponsors convention for german students ASU's Department of Modern Languages hosted its first Texas As- sociation of German Students con- vention this spring. Over 1000 stu- dents and professors from many dif- ferent colleges and universities par- ticipated in this two-day affair held on the university campus. The language department includ- ed three new staff members, Dr. Tony R. Dutton, J. Stanley Jackson, and Jeffrey Kahn. lt offered a sopho- more course for native speakers of Spanish. This course allowed per- sons who spoke Spanish in their homes to begin their study of Span- ish on a sophomore level. Also this year, students of German had the opportunity to gain a greater pro- ficiency in that language. The modern language department had anticipated the addition of a linguistics course. lt had also plan- ned to offer a German major with a teacher certification. Student instructor Libby Garcia operates the console to the tape system in the language laboratory. Students listen to tapes and with the assistance of the instructor, they learn the correct pronunciation of a modern language Cleftl. g otto tetzlaff b.a., northern illinois university m.a., university of illinois ph.d., university of texas tony dutton g b.a., m.a., university of texas ph.d., cornell university lewis fraser . b.a., m.a., north texas state university ph.d., university of utah elaine gist b.a., m.a., university of texas ' james jackson b.a., m.a.,- arizona state university jeffrey kahn b.a., m.a., brigham young university helen yeats b.a., west texas state university m.a., ph.d., national university of mexico 202 multi media lab: first in the state Students are able to progress at their own rate with the use of the multi-media lab flower lefty. Under the watchful eye of New additions to the nursing faculty were Marcella McFarland and John Barry, the first male instructor in the department. instructors did field testing and collected data con- cerning the nursing department's multi-media learning laboratory for Actual work, a necessary part of nursing training, was carried on at a local hospital as part of the cur- riculum. For students in pediatric nursing, this was extended to work- ing with patients in physicians' of- fices and making house call to care the University of Wisconsin. for sick children. Mrs. Marcella McFarland, student nurse Jeffery Allred brushes teeth of lab assis- tant Melinda Sullivan Crightj. Q , 4 sf' . -V .X V 5 ,, . xi ,I ff' 0- , O-4' 9 1"'Qf ,,.-n S Q elizabeth jones b.s.n., texas christian sharon androes b.s.n., idaho state uni- 45 6' . Q. --' 'N' B, ', Il- 1 ' i X f ' I 1' cl john barry maymelboothe r.n., rochester state hos- b-S-1 UHIVGFSIYY Of pital syracuse b.s., university of roch- I'-fl-. ShaHl'10l'1 SCh00l Of ester nursing university versity m.s.n., university of m.s.h.y., tulane univer- texas sity school of medi- margaret lewis b.a., asbury college cine shirley robertson b.s.n., texas christian university m"Jggitg'VaSh'ngton un" marcella mcfarland . b.s., texas women's uni- linda simmons VSFSIYY b.s.n., m.n., university of florida relevancg keg A-s to phgsics class Increased enrollment and curricu- lum changes were experienced in the physics department this year. Class enrollment was greater then ever be- fore. Relevancy was the key word to a new type of course offered for liberal arts majors. Laboratory work showed students the relation be- tween physics and the "everyday" world. Another physics course in the developmental stage was a course in electronics. Dr. Loyd and Dr. Dawson made considerable progress with their re- search work. Construction was com- pleted to the extent that measure- ments were made on the operating accelerator. Dr. Parker served the department as head. Investigating the basic laws of electricity are Wally Jones and Cliff Merrill fupper lefty. Observing the reactions to the collesions of the disks on an air table are Thomas McBroome, Donald Treadwell, Wayne Breen, and Jack Porter fleftj. dr. c. v. parker dr. h. r. dawson william gilliland dr. david Ioyd b.a., m.s., sam houston b.a., m.a., north texas b.s., m.s., university of b.s., m.a., university of state university state university southern mississippi texas ph.d., university of texas ph.d., university of ph.d., university of arkansas wisconsin 203 registration means added time. moneg. effort 204 zuniga, willie ...,...,. , .... fr, midland ziriax, kathy . ,...... .I ..... fur., mason zinser, chris ,.., fr., indianapolis, indiana zimmerschied, joyce . zentner, jennifer .... zapata, ray ........ zanowiak, dean ,.... younggren, terry .... youngblood, vicki . . . youngblood, valerie . . . young, rudy . . . young, nancy . ,. young, marie . .. young, john .... . . you ng james ... . young, frank ,. young, burk . . . york, mark .. ybarra, jose . . . ybarra, george .. yankovich, linda .. yancey, guy ..... wyatt, bobby .,... wunderl, john ...,.. wuertenburg, ernest . wright, roberta . . . . wright, paula . .. . . wright, jack ..... wright, brenda wren, ann ..... worley, dana ....... workman, david , . . . wootton, galen .... sr woodward, ann ..... woods, royette . . . . . . ,sr., san angelo . 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This coed looks weary upon discovering that an- other class is full Ccenterj. Topping off the day, hard-earned savings are turned over to the university for tuition and fees frighty. 205 206 oompuler programming becomes verg essenlial parl of business world Jeannie Weishuhn plans a program in computer programming lab. This is a required course for business majors. willson, jane ............. fr., floydada willman, judy .............. so., brady williamson, kenneth ..jr., lovington, n.m. williamson, jaunita .......... fr., sudan williamson, janice .......... so., snyder williamson, glenn williams, williams, troy ....., . . thomas so., brownwood . . .fr., littlefield .fr., san angelo williams, steve .... ....... j r., roby williams, ruby ..., sr., hermleigh williams, ronald ., .... sr., san angelo williams reagan , . .... so., san angelo williams marie . .fr., san angelo williams, larry .. ..... sr., crane williams, johnny .fr., san angelo 3' 'P Q. fl llX L, '-3 'TV 'Sb R . rr' --nil A is - at if Qlil 2 , i -as is X P l 5 X f. 9 i f J, X Q ,Q f 45" P Y Q69 9 l I X' X W 99' 'W I- 'KT I 5 -li ie. 9 'Vt 1 ff Q" S X 2 l S j s 'S HIE . ,N 4 K t. , ,Q , M na A .e .A ,. . 'ag tv . - 5 williams, williams, williams williams willberg,' jack .. george gary .. diana . ralph . wilkinson, george wilhelm, nancy . wilde, melanie . wilde, freddy .. wilde, diana .. wiggins, diane . . wiginton, ben .. wied, johnny . . . wickson, mary . whitten, lisa whitley, cathy .. whitfield, pete .... jr., san angelo whiteker, steve .... whiteker, sharon white, william . . white, ruby .... white, randy white, marsha . white, lillian .... white, larry . .. white, james . . . white, beverly .. wheeler, mike .. whaley, lynette . westbrook, julian west, west, west, west werth, ..fr., san angelo . . .jr., san angelo . .... so., robert lee ......so., crane . . . . .so., miles . . . . .fr., menard . .fr., san angelo ........jr., wall . . . .fr., ballinger ......sr., wall ......sr., marfa ..fr., san angelo . . . . .fr., kerrville . . . .jr., menard . . . .fr., eldorado . . .fr., fort stockton . . . . .jr., midland . . . .so., midland ..fr., san angelo .. .so., san angelo . . . . .fr., abilene . . . .sr., mason . . . . .san angelo . .so., paint rock . .fr., san angelo .so., san angelo . .so., monahans .sr., san antonio .so., san antonio sonja . .. fr., myrtle beach, south carolina shirley .. . .sr., san angelo julia .... .... s o., abilene jeannie . . . . . .sr., san angelo charlotte . ..... sr., knippa 7 208 werst, danna . , wells, rachel .i wells, durvvard 4 . . wellborn, debra .. welch, sherry , . , welch, rodger . ,, weishuhn, gary weishuhn, jeanie , . webb, donald ,.... weaver, melissa .,...,, wayham, bruce . .. watson, emlyn , .. watson, cathy ,... washington, charles warren, donald ward, gene . .4 ward, diana . .., wanier, harvey ,. walters, karla .. walsh, dee ...A wallace, tony . . wallace, jamie . . . walker, horace .. walker, chris .. walker, boots . , . , .sr., garden city .so., san angelo , .so., san angelo . . . 4 A .fr., snyder fr., fort stockton ..,..,fr., belton ,sr., san angelo . ,ir., san angelo i . , .jr., eastland fr., colorado city .so., san angelo . . . . .fr., rowena ..fr., san angelo . . . . . .sr., dallas , . , . .fr., merkel ,fr., san antonio . . . . .so., odessa ..jr., san angelo . . .fr., blackwell , . . . .sr., dallas ,so., san angelo . ,ir., sweetwater ......fr., snyder so., fort Stockton . .fr., santa anna After paying his hall dues, Roland Half- mann receives a receipt from Darrell Ald- ridge and Dottie Ingham. With the dues, the dorms are able to sponsor more stu- dent activities. '1 N sfiwq Q, .5 Q-4' C-.7 ' 1 K af, xx J, X' . fildlkzl fa El -- 'V fp , A i I' 1 d iv 1 .tt A x A6 35' 1 - . e it Y Ta ' Q l Qi- .4 5 I H L I "' R I4 q -v 'ff Y 1 x ' collection of fees helps to finance activities walker, ben bob , wahlenmaier, joan wagnor, phil ..,. wagner, marilyn .. .. wade, paul .,... voss, eddie ...,. . ..... ir., childress . . . .fr., midland fr., fort Stockton , . .fr., seagoville , . . .so., lamesa .so., santa anna vosburg, debra . , .... fr., robert lee virdell, mike .... A vincent, sande . . vestal, susan . . vest, deborah . . . vaughn, nancy .. vaughan, lynn .. vasquez, roberto varnell, chester . vargas, ruben .. vargas, lydia .. varga, janet . .. varga, clay .... varela, george .. van natta, janina van hoozer, stephen vandivere, doug ...... vandiver, doug ....... vandiver, charles . . . . van court, johnny valverde, alex ........ .......1r., llano . .fr., san angelo . ..... fr., friona . . . .fr., abilene . . . . .fr., snyder . . . .so., lamesa .....fr., del rio so., wichita falls . . . .sr., lamesa . . . .so., lamesa . . . .fr., san angelo .. .ir. san angelo .......fr., post . .sr., sweetwater . . . .fr., midland . . . . . .ir., albany ..fr., san angelo . .fr., san angelo . . .fr., christoval ......so., eden vallandingham, irene .... fr., san angelo valenzuela, olga . vadney, barbara ..,. upham, gary . .. uechi, patti .... tyson, karen . .. tyler, jerry . . . tyler, earl . . . ....... so., mccamey . . , ,fr., munday . ,... sr., rankin . . .fr., monahans ,.....fr., iraan . . .fr., hereford . .ir., san angela 210 tutle, gene . . . turner, steve 4. turner, robert , , , turner, mildred 44 turner, john ..... turner, brene . , turnbo, harold . , . turnbo, ann ..... tuffley, linda 4 .sr., tubbs, micki ..... tubbs, barbara ,. trudo, kathy .... trowbridge, Ionnie trowbridge, harlon trowbridge, denice trowbridge, benny trowbridge, alton . trojcak, patrick 4. trojcak, nancy , 4 4 trimble, jimmie . .. , trevino, esther . . . trevathan, jennifer treadwell, donald . treadway, Ionnie . traugott, joe .... trantham, sammy tounget, donna .. torrez, linda ..,, torres, richardo ,. tooke, dexter .... tompkins, jean anne ..... tomlin, becky tolle, patti ...... tiner, bill ...... .....4fr., .,,,sr., san ....fr., san lamesa angelo angelo . . .4 .fr., big lake , 4 .fr., san , . . .sr., san angelo angelo . . 4 .so., fort stockton . . . .fr., fort Stockton westminster, california ......fr., san . 4. .so., san . .... sr., san ...fr., san ...,44fr., san .. ...,. fr., ......fr., san .. ...jr.,san . ..,so., san angelo angela angelo angelo angelo odessa angelo angelo angelo angelo . . . .fr., san , . .fr., menard . . . . . 4 .fr., san angelo . . . 4 , . .so., hannibal, missouri . . . . .fr., san angelo .. ....... fr., tulia . .fr., bronsville .fr., san angelo . . .fr., ballinger 4 . . .fr., san angelo ......sr., alice . . . .so., crane . .,....... fr., ...so., san ...,......so., .fr., mccamey roscoe angelo odessa thornton, richard ...... so., fort stockton Tyra Q Y :xx . l X. 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'-V Q . f r x r 4 we - Y XV , , L... ltd' at ' ' 45, ' avi' .f.fP homecoming festivities bring name of queen 1969 Homecoming Queen, Diana Block, works at the polls in the 1970 Homecoming Queen elections. thorne, elaine thomason, donna . fr., breckenridge .. . ...... fr., winters thomas, sharon . .. thomas, robert . . . thomas, david .. thiel, david .... theriot, melody . thacker, mae .. terry, timothy .. terry, steve .... terry, gayle .... terrazas, leonel ...... tennis, tommy . . teller, mary ann . . . .fr., coahoma . . .fr., kerrville . . . .so., oaris . . . . . .so., lubbock ..so., san angelo . . . . . . .fr., kerrville .. .so., johnson city . . . .fr., comstock , . . . .ir., ballinger so., fort stockton . . .fr., san angelo . . . .... fr., san angelo teal, martha jo . . . taylor, wanda . . taylor, robert .. taylor, robert .. taylor, johnny . . taylor, don .. taylor, barbara . tawater, linda .. tatsch, dennis ...... tarter, margaret a tarter, flora .... nfl . . ,ir., sweetwater . . . . . .fr., snyder ,.fr., san angela . . . . .jr., odessa ......so., spur . , . .ir., eldorado ..so., duncanville . . . .so., midland .......fr., brady . . .fr., san angelo . . . . .fr., san angelo 2 212 tankersley, phillip tallon, judith . .. tallman, donald . . talley, robert . ,. talley, john .,, talamantes, elia talamantes, arthur . . talafuse, jan .... swink, donnie . .. swenson, curt .. sutton, tom . . . sutton, scott . . , sutton, janice . . . susaraba, connie surratt, michael . . .fr., mertzon fr., san angelo so., san antonio so., garden city san angelo ....so., .. . , . , .fr., san angelo . . . .so., san angelo , . .fr., san angelo . . .so., aspermont . . , . .fr., austin .....so., del rio . . .fr., brownwood . . . . .fr., sonora . . . .so., san angelo .....,.fr., alpine suriff, jerome .,,. sr., Ievitton, New York summers, don . sullivan, thomas stutts, gary sturm, michael . houston . . , . .fr., san angelo ,.,....fr., merkel stuart, patti , , A strube, thomas stroud vicki ., stroud joy .... strom, karen .. . . . .so., san angelo . . , . .fr., Kermit ...so., wall f ' f j .so., san angelo . . . . .sr., odessa , . .so., san angelo strom, glynn , , stricklin, glenda Strickland, lillian strahl, david ., stovall, nancy . stovali, charles stout, gordon . . stout, deborah ..... stoner, diane .... stone, chris , . , , . . .fr., san angelo . , , .so., san angelo .,,....sr., bronte .. .sr., san angelo . . 4 .fr., san angelo . . . . .fr., san angelo portageviile, missouri . . , . .sr., san angelo ...,,..,.1r., odessa , . , .fr., san angelo rv: ,ns . of Q KL 'E' X as A-A 'X r IQ -gr I X , K k f ,X it, ,F 1 ,L 4, . , f. gg, "X " A3 it ,. Xl - xx X L -tl Sl rf ls 5 'V' iff f fm? Y A L I, 2 A 'is ig .f . ilk fs 'Q 45 1 ,. "- x.f - I Q' , xx! g ,vu fr? rig' pa do , , as ' ,, Z -v Ax .7 . I I 2 X A ! 1 " .lar if, 1 , FJ as - f, lr- Q il, 7' xi., Q . 1- on Q-V v . 1' I , 'xx ', ' nj XZ WJ 3 f 1 cheerleaders help boost spirit at athletic events. ram rallies 'l if e , 'i f wa ...' f fi ' A : if t lt u xl' . ' e P , e s I ,ff-t ,..r-1e, . if Af fl' 'A ' 1 X ,- V' Y it l l Q. 1: ' - 'T ' 5 - 1 :3 f LU 'vi ia' ,fm f, W"3 E . H F -I - A ' , ' 'fr sf i , ' dll t :Z I' - Tv I l llv -ss -g In , ,v-. s l I - ' L ' H t l, , :f e i W J s ,,. . , ye Q ' '43 I I- Q . 3 , 5 .XVJFX , l l l if-are ' l Q I A A' I X, 5 i f I l I .- I S, I ' ga 'wi f f- f ,. A f ., . . r fn , . ,,.,, . if 1, A 'Q . f ie' ss.-v3 -. as-' 'I . :-- h X I Eli.. wi r , , it 2 z:..- , ,fr l G V, b , N, ,,,,, Q I- . X t x ,, Y Y G X 3 ' X K stirl, shirley .. stirl, ralph ..... stewart, william .. stewart, susan . . . stewart, janet . . . stevens, perry .. stevens, marc .. stevens, charlie .. sternard, rodney . . sterling, patricia . . stephenson, becky stephens, thomas . stephens, mary ann stephens, cherry . . stephens, aaron .. steele, mark .........r stasey, maribeth .. starkey, alonzo . ,. stanley, lynn .... stanley, alan . . . ...so., ....fr., loraine loraine . . . .fr., lubbock .....fr., dunn ....fr., .so., san . . ,ir., san .fr., san .Sl'., San del rio angelo angelo angelo angelo . . .fr., coahoma ..fr., paint rock ......jr., bangs . . . . .sr., bangs . .fr., san angelo .fr., san angelo fr., fort stockton .so., san angelo . . . .fr., kerrville . .sr., big spring .....sr., san angelo Cheerleaders lead the Ram football team onto the field prior to the Angelo State-Tarle- ton game in Stephenville, a 43-O victory for the Rams. 3 214 stanford, terry . . . stanford, patti . , . stamper, delia . . . stacy, roy ...w. srader, jack ..... sprnnger, ronme .. springer, Iora ..,, . . . spiers, mark ,.., spencer, kenneth . . . . . specht, robbie . . . sparling, edward . sparks, charles .. sorrells, sue . . . fr., san angelo .fr., san angelo . .so., coleman . . . . .jr., rankin . . .sr., quanah so., san angelo Springer, roy ...... . . . ' ' . ...fr., san angelo . . . .fr., lenorah .fr., san angela .fr., san angelo so., san angelo . . . .fr., castroville .fr., san angelo ........ir., ira sorrels, bill ....... .. .so., san angelo sonnenberg, Yphillip socha, margie ...,.,... socha, larry ..... smith, willie . .. smith, stanley ..,... Z i I smith, vick .... . . . .fr., mereta .fr., san angelo .fr., san angelo . . . . .so., llano so., san angelo . . .sr., quanah smith, stacia .. .... so., fort stockton smith, sheila . , . ...,. fr., sweetwater smith, robert .. .... fr., monahans Through a bird's-eye view from atop the science building, students are seen hurrying to and from class on a warm, fall day. f X11 W its ff, -.x nj . - -. Z. Sw. rx ia f Q l 'F' Q 'W 'at' 1 -l g .i cj, fi . ll '99 1" ,. t .r 4, x L X ' l y 1 K . Ah 5 ' ,A is .- Us f I 10 ' '-g 1 ' i - 11,10 'X ' PQ, Y f' . , - 1 l . 4 rg. A vi i I I 1 9 11. W -3. 3 . A r Y' ,iv A 'Y t 1 229 ... ..l 1 J warm weather characterizes earlg fall semester smith robbie .. smith richard .. smith rebecca . Smith phyllis .. smith milburn . smith michael . I , ' 59 3-f t 15 X751 , . ' ' EIXYBSJE 2':'i,':I',' T15 S, 11: 'g:'1'3' W. . f QQ 49' l , .,.., as ew smith lauren jo smith larry .... smith, kathy . . . smith, john . . . smith, ' jo .... smith, jerry .. smith, james .. smith, glenda . . smith, gayle . .. smith, gall . . . smith, floyd . .. smith, dwayne . smith, david .... . . smith, charles . . smith, calvin . . . smith, bob .... smith, andrea .. smetana, ronnie smee, patti .... slone, daved . . . sloan, claudia .. slaughter, sandra slagle, suzanne skinner, marsha skelton, david .. singleton, james singleton, carolyn I . . . . .sr., san angelo singletary, charles ..... sims, john .. . .so., robert lee . .fr., san angelo sr., fort Stockton . . . . .fr., lamesa . .jr., san angelo .so., san angelo ......fr., brady . . .sr., san saba . .fr., san angelo . .ir., san angelo ......fr., lohn . . .sr., menard ......fr., brady . .so., san angelo ,......fr., lohn . so., san angelo . ....... SO., Cfafle . . . . .fr., winters . .fr., san angelo . .ir., san angelo , . fr., Sweetwater . . ..... so., midland . .fr., san angelo . . . . . .sr., san angelo . .fr., san angelo . . .fr., christoval merivale, australia ......fr., brady .fr., san angelo . . . . .sr., odessa so., water valley ..fr., san angelo .fr., greensboro, north carolina . . .fr., cedar hill simpson, steve ., simmons, jo nell . simmons, deborah simcik, janet .... shuster, robert . .. shoults, vesta . . . shook, diana ....4 shirey, nargii .. ,fr shima, yoko ..... shibata, naoaki .. sherman, Ionda .. shelton, steve . . . shelby, jackie . . . shatto, jimmy . . . sharpes, richard .. . . .jr., floydada . . .so., winters ..........fr., roby .. . . .jr., san angelo . . . .so., fort stockton . . . . .sr., big spring ...........fr.,iraan claremont, california U. . .sr., nagoya, japan ..jr., nagoya, japan ........jr., odessa . . . .so., san angelo . . .fr., san angelo . . .fr., san angelo . . . .fr., winters ag , ,,. P -. 'fl' 5 3 iii X -J .XXK X fl v- , x f. dvi 4 ' li' ' 5-gr ' . - A-.wtf V - I !zli'v .II -x .A. ,i " ',r5?iiIhwa .N -iff ffkffv -, -. g, J.. tart' ll 3.1, 5 1 - , .:. ' -'I It .I .X I ..., J: I, .rf ,P ,vig ' 'ls "' ' . " 9 . . ' Y--',-':", - 41-- 1 '-..-- .P WA -, -,if 'I -Fqf ' ',,- . ' ff-3 S -' as .s f. '. i.. I . ,-. , . 3 .... 1 J : h "-.ff fy. ' fy. J i . . - , ' '- , V ' yi" 7' " if I 5 N Students walk to and from classroom buildings and dorms. The land in between is available for future campus expansion. T...- construction-bids awarded for new p.e. building 'ia . V jr, .,.' A Q E x . , vi Vl dxii: K an , ,,:.:. ni li . 5 D ,.f' i 1 , r -l. f i dd . ,r t. 4 kir :ln , N :VKI LS X ,N A ,I l-l. . 1' f if: Qk pf 5 ' .33 V y I y' Qtg: at V e f- - S. 12, IL. , ' We 'A'd i 1d::.,, If K f' I -vAf-A y 1 Xf "',Ad f ""' in to sf- XXQ .' l V k ' 'X ' W X ' , K ' u e Y ,L ' Q V ' "" Y' 2 l f ? 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SEE! :yea b::'j.'f 2.15: i f ff r, 'W K 'H 4 1 l it 13 1 di- Q 3 ' " "X , wi: I ' 'if ' ar 'I 1 X Q: f .. 513, E' as 'A' eg :Z i ggi c is 'ke , ,sg I ,nur vw fs' - Il 1 If S : X' if Q K N 3-we 3 P + 'rr ji ' 4 337 y my 3 RX 'ii i W5 K' f ii R ..,V 9 sharpe, donna shahan, van shahan, keith .. shahan, kathy .. shahan, debra . . . service, johnny . . . sellers, bill ..... seidel, daniel . .. sefcik, jerry . . . seay, patricia . . . scruggs, ruth . . . scott, nolen .... scott, scott, margaret .. franky .. scott, donald . . . scott, david lynn . scott, david ...... . scott ben ...... . . .so., lubbock so,, san angelo ..ir., san saba ..fr., san saba ..fr., san saba . .fr., robert lee .fr., san angelo .fr., san angeio ......so., wall . .jr., big spring .so., san angelo .fr., san angeio .sr., san angelo .ir., sweetwater . . . .so., san angelo .. . fr., bronte . . .sr., coleman .fr., crane , .... . . . schwertner, yvonne .. ...... fr., miles schwertner, teresa .. schwertner, judy . .. . . .fr., ballinger . . .so., bailinger schwartz, orville ..... fr., snyder schwartz, ernest . . . schultz, peter .... schultz, marvin .. schul, pat ...... schraer, patricia schraer, donna . . . schneider, karen . . . schneider, jimmy . . schnaubert, debbie . schmiedekamp, elvis schertz, ann .......... schaule, norman . . . saxon, billy ...... .fr., garden city .fr., san angelo .sr., san angelo .so., comanche ....,.ir., miles .,....fr., miles .jr., san angelo .sr., san angelo .fr., san angelo . . . .sr., rowena .sr., brownfield .sr., san angelo . . .so., midland Freshman officers include president Mark Hill secretary -It h bara Lewis Copposite pagej Building the homecoming bon n Terri Lewis, vice-president Pete'Schultz, and treasurer Bar- b F fire is the responsibility of the Freshman Class, although all Rams are encouraged to assist flowery. sawyer, william ..,.. sawyer, vicki ....., san miguel, armando sandlin, billie ...., sanders sanders sanders sanchez, sanchez, Sanchez Sanchez , sanchez, Y v v mike ..... kenneth . . caryn .,.. romelia . , richard . 4 , michael .. manuel . , jesse .. . , . .fr., snyder . . . .fr., abilene .fr., san angelo . . . .fr., jayton if IA sr., san angelo so., san angelo . . .fr., houston .fr., monahans , . . .fr,, ozona . . . .fr., fabens A . . .fr., san angelo . , fr., coleman ' .-- ,au fx 11.1, Lp , 'A -J 7.51,-Y 3 f -Q 'ff Q, 59 Ap. 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Students learn both beginning and advanced typing skills in the sec- retarial science courses. . . . .fr., san angelo . . .fr., Seminole fr., fort stockton . .fr., san angelo . . . . . .fr., idalou rutherford, barry ............ fr., waco rust, rick ......... .... s o., san angelo russell, danny .. russell, barry , . . . . rushing, randy .. royder, james . . . roycroft, calla . .. . rowlette, mac . . . rowell, mary .... routh, paula gay rosson, robert . . . rosson, jim .... rosser, william .. ross, rebecca .so., san angelo . ,fr., san angelo . . . .so., snyder . . . .fr., houston . .fr., lubbock . . . .fr., goldthwaite . . . . .sr., odessa . .fr., monahans . . .sr., snyder . . . .so., snyder .,....fr,, miles . . . . .fr., lamesa rosenthal, mary .... fr., san angelo rose, judith .... rose, earlie ..... roper, mary ann ..,... roman, ildiko rose roman, david ..... . .so,, sweetwater .so., san angelo ......sr., brady .so., san angelo . .sr., big spring W few , LA ' Q , E . 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N NA 1 4:-fb ' W 5 r 2' M11 fl! fr Q ' : . f, I .E -.,,. , Men find that moving into their home-away-from-home is a tiring and tedious, yet necessary task. pullig, don ..... psencik, lloyd .... psencik, dwain ..... pruitt, nolvia ...... prue, patricia .... so prosise, carla .... proffitt, wayne . . . proctor, eddie .. prince, vickey . . . prince, barbara .. priess, brenda pride, rena ..... priddy, ann .. price, william . .. price, harold . . price, garla .... powell, weldon . . . powell, thelma . . . powell, olan powell, madelaine ..... powell, larry ...... ...,ir., roby .......fr., eola ..,....sr., eola ........ir., norton biddeford, maine .......sr., eola . . . .sr., big lake ..fr., san angelo . . . .so., ballinger . . . .fr., odessa . . . . .so., mason . . .so., oak ridge . . .so., hereford ..fr., san angelo . . . . .so., abilene . . . . .so., roscoe . .sr., sweetwater . .... ir., snyder . . . .fr., ballinger . .fr., san angelo .......ir., spur 2 224 This student finds the auditorium to be a quiet, peaceful place in which to practice piano. powe, william . pounds, danna . poulson, kathy porter, steven . porter, john . . . porter, james . porter, jack .. porter, carl . . , pool, cleave , . pollard, jan .., polk, charmaine plaster, john .. plant, pat ,..,. pitts, harold . . , pitts, danny . 4. plttmon, greg . . pittard, mark .. pirtle, mary . .. pipes, tommy . pietzsch, jerry . .......fr., talpa . . .... fr., san angleo . . . . .so., san angelo 4 . ...... fr., odessa ..sr., san angelo . . . . .sr., lometa . .fr., san angelo . . . .fr., eldorado . .fr., san angelo . .fr., brownwood . . . ..,.., fr., lubbock . . . . .so., san angelo . . . ,so., salt flat . , , .fr., snyder . , ,fr., roscoe , .... fr., san angelo ...,.....fr., novice fr., throckmorton . , . . . .so., dilley . . . ..... Sf., VOSCOE win 1 . 10 ik, 'F X A A X ll f '5 1. 4, '-an 3, M6 A 15 41 -, X N flat". rv-' ,se 5 "" .D 2, , 'X Q, i as 4 sz musicians seek quiet setting for 'noisg' X Q X ,V MA. new X X37 . be X age YB A9 if V fit ' ' " , 5, 5 V V NT x 73' . A - f-up fi Q Lf , R ,fl fig? 49' e is -11.-:. ,, . , 5, A M 475 'I' I .-f.-'ff fx V, J, sf, 5 519 A I ' , 9 , s" 'K X ' sz N 5 .. Q as 4, ..., f' '44 l 4 Ar V ' 4 Sli fi ' r wk il f fz . -Q 5' Sw Q x - K Y ,X ,s aff' !' it ci 'Z 3 I 1? -f I pierce, stanley . . pierce, mickey . . pierce, frances . . . piel, kathy ..... phinney, gary .. phillips, jackie . .. .. pherigo, bobby .. phenix, cynthia . petty, becky pettigrew, terrilee petross, stanley peters, david ....... peterma n, joy ..,.... pesina, ruben .. perry, sharon .. perry, david . . perry, cathy . . perkins, tana . . . perkins, leslie .. perkins, joy .. perkins, jack . . . perez, sylvia . . . perez, benjamin . perez, ada elia .... perciful, dee ann pennington, gary penick, patti . . . pender, vivian .. pena, Iorenza .. pelzel, patrick .. studg . . . .sr., floydada . . .sr., san angelo . . , .fr., bronte . . . .fr., austin . . . .so., eola . .fr., breckenridge . . . . .sr., coahoma ,..,.,.fr., crane . . . . .sr., rotan . . . .sr., junction ... ...fr., bangs . . . . . ,fr., kerrville .sr., fredericksburg fr., chicago, illinois . . . .fr., san angelo . , . .fr., san angelo . . . .fr., san angelo . . . .fr., san angelo . . .sr., san angelo . . .so., san angelo . . .so., san angelo . . . .ir., del rio . . . .sr., sonora . . . .fr., sonora . . .fr., bronte .......so., albany . . . . . .fr., fredericksburg ..fr., colorado city . . . . .fr., ballinger ......so,, miles 225 pelzel, larry pelzel, janet .... pechacek, sharon pearson, melissa pearson, kathy .... pearson, karen . pearce, janie sue pealor, sue .... paz, jose ,..... peyton, norma . . payne, jerry .... pavlicek, donna . pauley, rebecca . patton, fred .... patterson, jim . . patterson, james patterson, debra patterson, brent paschal, seldon parry, norma .. parr, kristie . .. parks, larry . . .fr., ballinger . . ..,.... so., miles . . . . 4 .so., garden city . . . . .fr., lubbock . . . . .fr., novice .sr., san angelo ' I . . . . .sr., abernathy . . . .sr., edcouch .. .jr., del no . . . .jr., lamesa , . . .sr., san angelo .. .. sr san an elo . ., g .. . . . ,so., talpa . . . . .sr., midland , .... so., san angelo . . . . . .sr., san angelo . . . ...... fr., medina . . . . .fr., munday .. .... fr., san angelo . .,... fr., barnhart . . .sr., san angelo ........fr., roby parks, jeffery . . . .... so., san angelo parker, randy .. parker, gall . . . parker, cynthia . pape, mark .... pape, delbert .. palmos, o'connsa palmer, wayne . . pagan, rodney . o'zee becki . . . owens, terry owens, susan .. so., colorado city . .... fr., san angelo ..........fr., san saba fr., fredericksburg grad., san angelo ..,,.....jr., eldorado . . .fr., san angelo . .,...... so., ozona . . . . . .fr., san angelo .fr., colorado city .......fr., ozona owens, sherry .. ...fr., colorado city A ,ii 1 FQ . 4- N -" V "' sa A i s 1 - j " 1- 'E fi , 'E X ff -f-Q 4 - V 5 , I X X 1 , 'Y I ' we , f . x " K. ll .ia Q kc 1 ,sly '35 fv G' fr. fn, 5 his ft 4? T1 I 1' A X f '25 11: A 4. ,, 3, ' K 4 X ' i f. s. 1893 4 Q , 5 l Lf - i 4,121 iizfi I A V imfn .ev -,4 phgsical education has varietg of sport events In gymnastics classes, girls learn tumbling, acrobatics, and tram- poline techniques. For testing purposes, each girl plans a rou- tine including specific stunts. owens, shelia . . . overstreet, morris otto, sarah ..... osbourn, toni .. osbou rn, russel . orsak, tommy . . . orsak, jerry .... o'neal, donna . . . olson, allen .... oliver, sue .... owens, hedy ...... . osbourn, joni . . . .. ornelas, gilbert .... .... . . .so., abilene , . .so., lometa . . .ir., amarillo so., san angelo . . . . .ir., llano . . . , .so., llano . . . . .ir., llano so., san angelo . .... ir., san angelo sr., san angelo ..so., midland .. .... ir., san angelo fr., san angelo sr., san angelo olsak, stephanie . . . , . . . olsak, cindy ..... .... . . . .fr., san angelo ogilvy, thomas . . . ogilvy, judi ..... offill, vickie .... oestreich atti , , .fr., miles .,...,.fr., miles .......fr., miles fr., fredericksburg , p .,,... oefinger, cynthia ........ so., san angelo odum, hal ..... odom, debra . . . noyd, michael ,. nowlin, james .. nowlin, aurora norvvood, linda ..... norris, ronald ..... norris, david .... fr norman, bobby . .. noles, diona sue . nobles, rita nobles, mary . ,. nobles, lydia .. noble, keith . .. nixon, terry . . . niehues, roy ,. nicholson, ken .. nichols, halena . . . nichols, danny . . . newsom, mary .... . . .fr., san angelo . . . . .fr., san angelo .,so., san angelo .......sr., rotan ......jr., rotan so., vestal, new york . . . . .sr., san angelo ., hobbs, new mexico . . .fr., san angelo ..........fr., sudan . . .fr., mason . . . .so., brady ITIBSOFI so., ........1r., snyder . . . .so., san angelo ..,....fr., norton ..so. san an elo , S . . . .ir., big spring . . . . .ir., big spring . . . .so., san angelo calendar change brings earlg semesler finals .. ,a vi fik 5, , x 40 CT '19 -A f-- xx f J M -. ,I i , "W 1 1 f 5 if F, l 4.. 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Mi 3 if M fig-:r 3 f 4' , Q L l i Q 1 During dead week, the library becomes a familiar place to many students. nesbit, clay ..... nelson, jeanette . . . . . nelson, gary ..... . . neill, peggy ....... . neighbors, philip neely, robert ...... . nedzwecki, kathy . nations, michele .. nabers, robert .. myers, richard . . . mutschink, karen .... musta, donald ....... mussatto, debi ...... murray, mary frances . murray, connie ...... murphy, mike . .. . munn, sally . .. mund, corine ...,... multer, marsha ...... mullins, lynn . . . . motl, joyce . .. motl, gary ...... . motl, christine .. moss, ricky . .. mosley, don .. moseley, melody .... mortensen, rayde mortensen, dallas morrison, richard . . . morris, roy ....,. . . . .so., angleton . . . . .so., odessa ,.so., san angelo . .sr., san antonio . . . .fr., pomona, california . . .fr., san angelo . . .fr., san angelo .......fr., ozona . . . .ir., blackwell . . .fr., san angelo ......fr., mason . . .sr., san angelo . . . . . .fr., abilene . . .fr., san angelo . . . . .sr., fabens . . . . . .sr., odessa . .fr., water valley sr., fredericksburg . . . . . .fr., rowena . . . .fr., eden ........so., wall . . .fr., san angelo .. .sr., san angelo .......fr., arson . . .fr., san angelo .......fr., mason .so., salt lake city, utah .fr., salt lake city, utah . . .so., san angelo ......ir., welch 2 0 morris, james morris, brett . morin, bonnie moore mike . moore loyd .. moore, larry moore, joe . . . moore, janie . moore, frances moore, dorman moore, brenda moore, billy .. moore, angie . montgomery, chris . montgomery, cheryl monroe, sonny monroe, marsha .. mohler stac ..... , y .... moghadam, bahram moeller david . .. modgling, mancigailt mitchell, martha . millican, teddy ,... , . . . . .fr., sonora .fr., san angelo . .fr., ropesville . . . .sr., odessa . . .fr., odessa . . . . .fr., slaton . . . .sr., sonora .......fr., kermit sr., san angelo . . . . .jr., brady . . . .ir., junction . . . .fr., odessa . . . . . .fr., sonora .so., san angelo . . . .so., odessa . . . . . .sr., roscoe . .fr., sanderson .so., san angelo so., tehran, iran . . . , .fr., rowena . . . . ,fr., san angelo sr., san antonio . .so., robert lee x fl W . 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'gs- . .gfffriz A lv gg? , -1:7335 of t , LX w V. t .' -. x P Q , wssw mcwhorter, joe . . . . . .so., fort stockton mcswain, thomas ............ ir., brady mcrae, chuck ...... mcpeters, tim ..... mcnatt, william .... mcnair, lee alan . . . mcmillon, steven .. mcmillan, susan . . . . . . . . .fr., brownwood mcmillan, marsha mcmillan, jimmy . . . mcmillan, jimmy . mcmillan, james . . . mcmeans, john .... mclean, delang ..... mckinney, randall mckinney, drake .... mckinney, donna .... mckenzie, wayne .... mckeever, ronnie mckee, steve .... mckay, ronnie . . . mckay, barbara . . . mcintire, connie .. mcinnis, wesley . .. mcgowen, randy . . . mcgowen, mac ,. mcentire, pam . . . mcelrath, vic ....... mcdurmitt, dan ..... mcdorman, thomas . . . .fr., castroville . fr., tulsa, oklahoma .....,..sr., brady . . . . . .fr., snyder . . . . . .so., abilene . . . .fr., san angelo . . .fr., spartanburg, south carolina . . . .fr., hermleigh . . .fr., cross plains . . . . . .fr., stanton . . .sr., wichita falls .. .so., san angela ........Sf., OZONE . .fr., colorado city ,.sr., san antonio .......jr., merkel . . .sr., san angelo . . . ,jr., san angelo .. .fr., san angelo . . . . .sr., abilene . . . .so., menard . . .so., san angelo .. .sr., san angelo . .so., sterling city . . .so., san angela .. .fr., san angelo . . . . . .so., snyder sonng, ch mcdonald, phillip . mcdonald, joe ..... . mcdonald, dorothy mcdonald, charles ....,. mcdaniel, brenda . ..... mccutchen, keith mccullough, jan . mcculloch, tommy mccoy, paula mccoy, Ieslie mccown, kathy . .. mccoulskey, kathi mccollum, trudy . mccollum, bryan . mccollom, jerry .. mcclurg, charles , mcclure, terry . .. mcclung, william . mcclinton, thomas mcclement, peggy mcclement, james mcclellan, marcos 234 arles lead sophomores .sr., san angelo . . . .sr., snyder . . .so., mason ir., fort stockton . . .sr., big lake . , , . .fr., bronte . . .so., midland ir., wichita falls .. .,..... fr., abilene . . . .ir., midland ......ir,, miles .so,, san angelo fr., san angelo . .fr., san angelo fr., fort Stockton , , , , ,fr., odessa .sr., san angelo .so., san angelo .fr., san angela .sr., san angelo . . .fr., leonardo, new jersey . .fr., gouldbusk :TY Alu ff, 4: r . ,, ,, -'r ,- fx xi' f r - , gt :ii- ,g -X' R fi 3 rv: .V i 5 1 X sr Cp, N 4 :SFA .,ll,nA- K ,a .I 'lil' A In-7 - ,i , T Y Q r nt, X lxll ' H X . -sf -,f Gm ,. aa. 5 YI! ' V 'W im z ,A., f 1 , 1 x xg " f 1 Y ' fr ,gy 'Leif - , fr ,s:::::f:' l'4,f71w' V 5 if " L". ' , ' - ' fir , I .QA X X X mcclellan, donna mcclain, terry . . . . . . mccaw, mike .... . . . mccarroll, larry . . . . mccabe, jeffrey . mcbroom, thomas mcbride june mcbeth,' gay .... ' ' i Z Sophomore class officers include presi- dent Sonny Wells, secretary Rachel Har- ris Wells, treasurer Candi Cooper, and vice-president Charles Kirkpatrick. .fr., brownwood .fr., san angelo .fr., san angela . . . . .sr., brady ..ir., robert lee ........fr., robert lee so., water valley .fr., san angelo 2 35 lilerarg club becomes campus organizalion mcbeth, dennis mcanally, jim . .. mcanally, douglas mcafee, cindy . . . lynch, raymond lynch, jimmie . . . lynch, david .... lundeen, carol .. luna, richard . . .so., winters . . . , . ,fr., burkett ........jr., iraan . . .fr., san angelo . . . . .fr., kerrville . . . . .so., midland . . . . . .so., snyder fr., fredericksburg .so., midland lumbley, david . . . A san angelo luckenbach, jerry lucas, katherine . loyola, vincent . loyola, carlos . . . lowery, lee .... lowery, donald . . . . love, susie .... love, ronald . . . love, mollie love, frank . . . loudon, marilee . lopez, rosa ..... lopez, filimon . . . long, eugene .. long, edwin . . long, chuck . . . long, ann ...... loika, larry ..... loika, jeanie .... lockwood, vickee .fr. fredericksburg . . . . .sr., big lake . . . . . .ir., snyder . . . , . .so., snyder . . .fr., san angelo . , .sr., san angelo . . . . .fr., big lake . . .ir., san angelo . . . . . .fr., snyder . .so., san angelo fr., fredericksburg . . .fr., san angelo ..,.,..ir., valera . . .ir., big spring . . .fr., san angela . . .fr., goldthwaite ., ,sr., san angelo . . ,fr., san angelo . . .sr., san angelo .......fr., santo rs fc If' ' '5 . W 51 A X ll Dr 3,35 " X ll if IW X ' xx A I , l i-Q ' ,aw L" ,J "4 fts f---49 if f :Vx .13 fi' X' 4393i i Ah V X A 1 2 llfrwa-'!f.!!lllman 1- 5 -fe "Q 1 , 4 ' i ,. 't l 1 L 1? 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Members of the newly-formed Literary Club spend their first "get'acquainted" activity at the university lake-house. ........fr., brady sr., buchanan dam .........fr., iraan . . . .fr., san angelo . . . .so., laredo ........sr., miles ., .fr., san angela .so., throckmorton . . .fr., san angelo . . .fr., san angelo . . . .fr., san angelo . . . . .fr., abilene . . . .fr., san angelo . . .so., san angelo . . .so., san angelo 237 38 Rams have an almost incredible lead over number-one rated A 8. I as half- time nears Cupper lefty. Fans are ecstatic as the Rams gain another first- and-ten against AAI qrightj. Defense players run off the field after gaining the ball by an interception flower lefty. The kick is good and the Rams score another point flower righty. ff I .v".c' PBITI - X my 23- .. E' 'vs M '50 ,gi 'P ul it together' to down lop-rated a 8r i 'sf ' if 3 fs . . Q' - 2' .x 41 ,,.,. W X X x :X X X xx 'XO NN N XX, wx xg Q X -- X , . . ., ?55:1::Hg:jf' . X wg 5 X X t R 3 . 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Iange, lange, lange, lange, lange, Iange, susan .. roger .. mary .... . marlene .. jeanie . , . gary .. so., fort stockton , . .fr., san angelo ..fr., san angelo ..ir., san angelo . . .so., old glory ,.fr., san angelo ......sr., mason . . . . .fr., mason ., .... sr., mason . . .fr., san angelo . , .fr., lubliock . . . . . .fr., bronte . . . . . .fr., monahans .fr., fort Stockton .fr., fort stockton . . .so., stamford . . . .fr., stamford ..so., san angelo ........fr., may ..sr., san angelo . . . . . .fr., abilene .fr., fort stockton . . .fr., san angelo . . .sr., san angelo . .ir., garden city ..so., garden city . .so., san angelo ......ir., norton . . .fr., san angelo . . .so., rowena 239 240 'pokes hold speolalors spellbound during rodeo A member of the Rodeo Club takes the hard way off during the organization's annual rodeo, held during the fall semester. lange, dwaine . Iange, doyle . 4 , lange, debra .. Iange, carl ..., lanehart, chuck lane, terry . . , lane, george . . 4 lane, ed ...,,o landfried, kenny land, kenneth ,. lance, connie .. lancaster, juliann lancaster, cheryl lampkin, patsy .4 lamb, kathleen Iakey, denise .. lacy, bob ,,,.,. . . . .so., norton . . . . . .fr., norton . . . .fr., ballinger . . . .so., rowena . 4 , ..., fr., pampa . . . . . . .fr., perryton 4 ,..... fr., san angelo . . , . , .fr., corpus christi .,........4fr., roscoe . , . .fr., richland springs . 4 . ...... fr., sudan . . .... fr., monahans . . . ..., so., san angelo . . . 4ir., mccamey . , , . .sr., san angelo . 4 . . .fr., san angelo . . . ......4. so., miles kyser, betty ,4,,........ ir., san angelo kuykendall, vicke kuykendall, allen y ..... so., brownwood .. ..,.,4 ir., big lake ' .J ,A Anite Q vs-..,,.,Zwp' ,nf 'X 33 4' x I 1, A 1 if l gr-as YU' F. 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A Nr? . 1:-will ,K ,A is kane, ralph . . . kane, lee . . . kahlig, joyce . kacal kenneth kacal, kathy . . .I I joseph, janis . . . . . . . jones, wallace jones, rita jones, richard jones, peggye jones, nila jones mike .. jones jones jones, jones, jones, linda .. larry .. .. grover byron . amanda . . . .fr., big lake . . . .ir., odessa . . . .so., miles . . .fr., waco . . . .fr., odessa fr., fredericksburg . . . . . .fr., snyder . . .ir., rising star .......fr., pecos . .sr., san angelo .......fr., santo . . .sr., san angelo . . .fr., san angelo .fr., breckenridge ..fr., san angelo .... .......fr., palestine ..fr., san antonio johnston, freddie .. johnson, ruth ann ...... fr., san angelo johnson, patti . . . . . .sr., snyder .fr., fort stockton Dr. Clara Jones helps biology students disect a cat to aid studying anatomy. 243 lake house offers peaceful. fender. momenfs johnson, linda ., .... fr., kermit l tq xx johnson, Iamar ..... ....... f r., lamar T ' - 'Nl' , johnson, chandra . . . . . .jr., big spring ' ,X ,Vf X P johns, joanna ,..,, .... j r., abilene H, Q 'F' jimenez, sam ...jr., imperial A N , "1" I f K ,gg 9' ,eg , -. ,J A A ,fad jeter, treva ..... ...... f r., lamesa ,gg jernigan, mike .... fr., monahans tj, jernigan, gaylon .,.... so., goldthwaite "' 'ga jennings, larry ...... fr., midland jarrell, jane .... ..... f r., abilene X jaques, rudy .... sr., ballinger james, bonnie .... . . .so., san angelo jacoby, suzanne .. .,.sr., san angelo jacoby, billy ..,.. ....... j r., eden jackson, wanda .. ,,., so., midland jackson, richard .. .... fr., big lake jackson, lane ....,. .,,. f r., wingate jackson, carolyn .... so., lamesa 1, , 'U .. jackson, betty ...... jr., menard Q jackson, arthur .. .... so., fort worth 3 R' IT lr: l l ivy, jana ..... .... s o., Sweetwater ivy, Candace ,. ..... fr., junction ,,. ivey, juanita ., .... sr., bronte ' usbell, mary .... ..... j r., haskell isbell, janice ..,. so., haskell 5 ff' A l jsabell, lucille . . . ........ jr., bartlett rsabel, .betty ., .... so., san angelo lrby, bully, ..., .... f r., san angelo rngram, mike. . , . . . .fr., san angelo mgham, dottue .,.. fr., san angelo Aff .N " "' ' I' N' f . . 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' ii" f ff ' , ..,,1 J A 'ff' i N' 9 ,sf hutto, gary ,... ........ hutchinson, martha hutcheson, debbie hurt, Iauretta .... hurst, joseph . .. hunter, thomas .. hunter, herbert .. humphreys, gary .. .,.. humphrey, jean .. humphrey, jane .. huling, james .. huling, greg ..... . .... jr., san angeio hughes, marion . ,. . . hughes, karen . .. huffman, sue .. huffman, kathy . . . . . . . huffman, beth . . . huffaker, gary huff, kathryn ..... . ,fr., comstock fr., san angeio . . . .fr., abiiene .sr., monahans ir., san angeio fr., san angelo fr., san angelo . . . .ir., del rio sr., san angeio sr., san angeio sr., san angeio ...,.fr., mayo . . . .fr., roscoe . . .jr., brady fr., san angeio .so., monahans .so., mccamey .fr., san angeio huerta, felix ..., fr., stockton, california A moment when words cannot suffice . . a tender touch . . . a gentle kiss . . 46 hudson, tommy huchton, kenneth huchton, joseph huchton, donald hubble, renette . hubbell, carl . .. howeth 'o ce ,JAY - hovorak, jerry . . . . . houck, sharon .. hoskins, mike . .sr., goldthwaite . .fr., san angelo . . . .... so., san angelo . .fr., san angelo , . .so., hereford . . .fr., ballinger . . . . .fr., abilene ,.fr., paint rock so., fort Stockton .so., san angela horton, steve ........ fr., snyder horton, david .. .sr., san angelo horak, marilyn .. ....... fr., crane hopper, donna . hoppe, charlotte hope, donna . .. hooten, james . hooper, linda .. hooker, mike .. holmes, pamla . holmes, diane . hollis, tommy . holland, scott . holland, don . . . holik, fraron . .. holik, frank .... holik, eddie ..... hohensee, ronny hohensee, jerry hoS8, marva . . .fr., big spring . . . .fr., winters . . . .fr., winters ...,.sr., del rio ..ir., san angelo ..fr., san angelo .fr., san antonio . . .so., iraan . ....... so., snyder .. . . .so., marfa .fr., fort stockton .......fr., miles . . .so., wall .....fr., wall . . . .fr., miles . . .so., miles . . . .fr., lamesa f Q . wx 1 - 'B x fix 1 . r A ness-f Q -- , - - '1-. it V Lf l X 1 if l e , X f kr it it 'Os ,uf t X s Ei i 'I no lx ,Q . ,H sl! "-1? A ' X, 'll' 1. ll' all " - ,M -ff ., , s A Vi f rr till Construction workers spend hours each day toward completing the anxiously awaited student center. , . 'NV A ,4 - , f , V ' 'fm ,fm ' . ---r A x we 'HE' hoelscher phyllls hoelscher patricia h I h r I' d oe sc e nn a . hoelscher karen . san angelo .,so. ballinger t . . .sr. mere a . . . . . . .fr. garden city consfruciion coniinues on new universiig een fer E .P V 1 Qi 4 - hoerres, natti I '. .. san angelo gi 1 'L-A f.i:' J my if " I I ' 5 f Q , , X, 'X K t' J' f ,f 1 'fl .I Y 247 248 Students enjoy extravagant spending with play money at the casino party. hoelscher, cindy hodapp, karla .. hobbs, marie .. hitt, bill ,...,.. hitch, terry .. hirt, steven .... hirt, ronnie hipp, claudia .. hines, terry ,. hinds, max ,. hinds, jack .,... hill, willie ,... sr hill, pat ....,.. hill, mark ..... hill, kenneth .. hill, johnny . .. hill, gary .. . hill, don .. hill, arthur ,... . . . . .... fr., san angelo 4 . . .... fr., san angelo .....,....jr., midland .fr., brightwood, virginia . . . . . .sr., throckmorton . . . . .fr., garden city . . . .so., garden city . , .so., san angelo ...so., robert lee . . . .sr., san angelo ........fr., san angelo , junction city, arkansas . . 4 . .so., new braunfels ..,.....fr., san angelo . ., sr., maryneal . . .fr., new braunfels ..,.......fr., kerrville ...... .so., san angelo sr., north port charlotte, florida higgins, john ,............. fr., merkel ..'X 95333 Hz: 54 3, was .sun J Piwf ..! bww L 5 . I , ' ,. A au. , je if f A 43 .-.7 yi? . 6 A , ' 1. e l - -1 " 'X . .hill f J X ie o 0: an X high-rise assooialions combine efforts, sponsor casino parlg 'of cgi . lifes x L fx 5, J 7 iw X Q 4 lx 5, oo oo o i ok S CIE? .. gg, ff! . " :-- 2' Q , . X 25. "':" . f ll i ' ' 'U 4 I., .if if l A, L fl Q, 1 4 ' I higgins, barbara hicks, rusty ..... hicks, robert hicks, larry hicks, betty .. hickey, phyllis . . .fr., merkel . . . .fr., stanton .......ir., albany .........fr., crane . . . ,so., san angelo .....,fr., crane hibbitts, jeff .,... .... s o., eldorado heyman, sharon ...... fr., menard heumier, tim .... hess, margaret . . . herring, pamela .. herrera, teodolinda herrera, heraclio .. herrera, charlene . . herndon, clarence . herndon, bobby .. hernandez, delia .. herbold, diana . . . hensley, sam . .. henslee, pat ..sr., hendrix, vallene . . hendrix, paul hendrix, burk . .. hendricks, cecil .. henderson, randy henderson, jan henderson, brenda helmers deborah heidleberg, robert . . . .so., san angelo . . .fr., san angelo ...........fr., wink . . . . . .fr., san angelo . . . . . .fr., san angelo . . . . , .fr., san angelo .,ir., barstow, florida . .fr., barstow, florida ........so., menard . . . . . . .fr., monahans fr., san angelo anacortes, washington . . . . .jr., san angelo . . , .sr., san angelo . . .fr., san angelo .. .sr., big spring . ..... fr., artesia, new mexico . . . . .sr., san angelo . . . .fr., colorado city eden . ....... sr., miles , . heinze, marilyn . . . . . .sr., san angelo 249 junior officers desire interest and uniiioaiion 250 Junior class officers include vice-presi- dent Dale Freeman, president Catherine Miller, secretary Cathie Clemens, and treasurer Dean Zanowiak. hegefeid, kerry head, michiel .. head, linda may head linda ka I Y hazel, mary ..,.,,. , . . hazel, george ., hayden, judy , hawkins, ann .. havlak, susan .. havlak, sandra .fr., san angelo .fr., san angelo ,.....fr., rotan .fr., san angelo .sr., san angelo sr., san antonio .fr., garden city .so., san angelo .fr., san' angelo ,,..,.,1r., wall 'Q X 3019 .ar fav Q pe' f ' -' , X. u- 5"'...w . 3 -hx I U 53192 Q if R .,., ,..,... . ,g P X ' AY' harzke, paul . .. harwell, tommye harvison, terry . harvey, thomas hartman, doyn hartman, con .. harrod, maggie harrod, lilly harrison, rex ., harrison, gloria ff . . .sr., eldorado . . . . . .sr., rochelle . . . . . .fr., rochelle ir., mechanicsburg, pennsylvania . A .so., sweetwater . . .fr., san angelo , ..... .fr., eden ...,..sr., eden . . .fr., winters . , .sr., odessa 52 band wins spiril log for faithful team support harrison, david ., harrison, charles . . . harrison, bobby . harris, sharon . . . harris, ronnie .. harris, deborah . harrington, larry . harrell, david ,... harmon, judy .. harlow, grady ., harlow, david . ., hargrove, david . . . hargrove, connie harbour, dorothy . hanz, maureen .. hanson, sandra . hanson, richard , .. hanna, jerome .... haney, sandra , .. hancox, mike . . .sr., hamrick, charles . hammit, rhonda . hamilton, raymond hamilton, mike .... hamilton, james . hallmark, david ,. hall, susan ..... hall, susan hall, patricia hall, james .. halfmann, william halfmann, sharon . halfmann, pamela halfmann, michael halfmann, judy .. A . jr., san angelo . . .ir., fort worth ,..,,...fr., iraan . . , .fr., san angelo . . . .fr., san angelo .....ir., eden , . . . .so., Odessa , , , , .so., ballinger . . , fr., san angelo . . . .fr., san angelo . . . .fr., san angelo jr., rotan ,,......sr., rotan . . ,fr., fort stockton . . , ,fr., san angelo . . . .ir., snyder . . . . .so., crane . . . . ifr., robert lee . . . . .fr., big spring artesia, new mexico . , , .fr., san angelo . ,......... fr., rotan . . . ..... fr., friona . . .fr., mertzon . . .fr., rankin ,. .fr,, san angelo . . . .fr., san angelo . , . . .so., abilene . . .so., san angelo . . . . . .fr., snyder . . . .,,. fr., ballinger . . , .so., rowena ...,..fr., wall . . ,,.. fr., ballinger ,. ,fr., garden city I 47' it Q l 1 I Q , Iv 5: s' ,sb lx 'xx V V: . Z , Nl' lla or - 1 914' , X. it lu u- W- Q 'l Q wi t . mf , in, 4 X i , . I ,,Av J . , li A 5 1 . if ' f J ' sig, -X 2 . 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K u if . fl rr, x 4 mf 2 M, ra fa J 1 l X' fr' Wi 1 ,wt . xv ...: ' if 4 lg m 2 f' " Q al, r Q' 4 N ' " ' W A ':'f N ff ' 'Q -3 333' x- "AI - .sir Q F ang' - Band members look on proudly as their title is carved into the spirit log. halfman, joyce .. halfmann, janice . halfmann, glen .. halfmann, bruce . halfman, donnie . haley, johnny .. hale, michael . . . hail, mike .... hail, debby . . . hail, gene . . . hahn, elwin . haas, james ..... , . .sr., ballinger ......sr., eola . . . .so., rowena ,.....fr., wall . . . .fr., ballinger . . .so., san angelo . . . .ir., san angelo . , .fr., water valley . . .so., san angelo . . .sr., san angelo . . . .fr., san angelo .so., new braunfels ha, chi ping ,...... ..... f r., hong kong gwyn, richard . . .ir guy, nancy ...... gutierrez, robert .. gutierrez, modesto guthrie, jessie .... gully, jerome .... gully, charles .. 'I texarkana, arkansas . . . . . .so., abilene . . . .fr., san angelo , ........ sr., bronte . , .fr., san angelo . . . .so., rowena . . .fr., rowena 25 angelelles' work page off at games. ram rallies gulden, charles guerrero, julio . guebara, pete . .. gritta, pamela ., griffin, harry .. gregston, alan . gregory, bobby , gregg, garland . . greening, michael greening, ann .. green, green green green green vicki . . . sherri . . . sharon . . rick gwyn gray, earl .... gray, becky .... graves, michael . grantham, gail .. granado, amador graham, vicki .. graham, susan . graham reanna graham 1 gwendola .. ,... so., midland grafa, steven . .. 254 miles . . . .fr., san angelo . . . .fr., san angelo . . .fr., fort worth , . , .fr., san angelo .. . . . . .fr., stanton . . . .fr., san angelo , . . . .fr., san angelo sr., medicine mound .......so., quanah . . r . .so., temple . . . .fr., san angelo , . , .fr., christovai . . , . . .fr., haskell . . .fr., mereta . . . . . .fr., snyder . . . .fr., cherokee . , . .fr., san angelo . . . . .so., abilene . . .so., mccamey . , , .fr., Sweetwater ...fr., san angelo , . . . .fr. kerrville . . , .fr., san angelo 141 '- 4 in f , 1-5 :KR FL" , , H , td., X i ,. s x ' Y 1 x - N u,' J il' l -3. 'N X, - fi .la 1-il bp 4: 4?. 1 .-A :Et . ii t if l 3, an .A -CU' 0 i Q l 1 I IO -:Q , ,. 9 ' f H, 4 : .3 wg e - s' ' .V - .Q'Z:.1.'Z' r.. -f ' ..' 'u fax!- W , - , - 131,57 .. ..s, I .,.z J Z- 0 ' f' ul f y ,' I 'I ' i 9, i Alun, ff, YW! f- 'X . "'9f . S l ' ' " I. 4-if -1-IE: ' ' x, ,,,. Fl Y sim J "ix l Angelettes practice daily on perfecting game routines. Several drills include pom- pom routines Cleftj. After a long evening of practice, these Angelettes head for home flowery. gotcher, jack gottschalk, eddie gotcher, gay . .. gossett, david . . . gordano, nanette goodwin, gary .. gonzalez, sam . . gonzales, martha golson, james .. goedrich, diana , .. .. godwin, karen .. gleitman, john . . glasscock, william glass, mary .... glass, burnell .. glaeser, george . gladden, pat .... gist, johnnie .. gill, ralph . .. gill, mike . .. .fr., san angelo . . .ir., ballinger .fr., san angelo .so., san angelo so., san angelo ..ir., big spring .fr., san angelo .fr., san angelo . . . . .fr., bronte . fr., fort stockton . , . .fr., midland . , . .... ir., san angelo . . .... fr., big lake . . .fr., rowena , . .so., rowena so., san angelo ......ir., iraan .sr., san angelo .fr., san angelo so., san angelo 255 garrett, nolan .,.. A A A baskeiballers prepare for upcoming season gilbert, roger .,.... so., menard gilbert, keith .,.. A A A gibbs, marsha .... A A geuea, johnnie gerrells, marsha eff! FOSS 8 S S , 8 fy gerloff, cathy ..., A A A george, john AA gay, ronald ...,. A A garza, esther A A , A A garvey, deborah garrison, molly mariaAAA garcia, sabino A garcia, martin garcia, garcia, leonor A garcia johnny A garcia george A garcia adelle AA gandy, mary jean ...... galindo, Ietticia A A A A galindo, adelita gaines, sharon gaines, gary AA fulgham, nancy fuentes, albert fr., fort Stockton A Afr., san angelo Afr., rocksprings A A Afr., carlsbad, new mexico AAAAA..fr., wall Afr., san angelo A A A Afr., big lake .so., san angelo A A Afr., eldorado Afr., san angelo so., stephenville Afr. san an elo , B A A .... fr., san angelo A A A A Afr., jayton ,so., san angelo Afr,, garden city A A .AAAA.,A fr., anson A A .AAA fr., san angelo , A A Afr., midland jr., breckenridge A A A A Afr,, sonora A A A A Aso., miles A A A Asr., crane A A A Asr., crane A Ajr., big spring A A A A A Afr., san angelo fuchs, doris AA.. ..A,A.AA f r., wall fuchs, dolores A. AAAAAAAAA fr., wall frysak, sharon fr., garden city f richard A Air., pearl harbor, florida ry, u A A A fry, daphnia A fry, cynthia A A A fritz, jeanette A frerich, tony AA spur AAA.,A,.A.AA.sr.,delrio A A.AA,.A so., harper so., san angelo gkl' Q 4 x r I . x 1 g Alu I It , 'wfs j. V F A -. X ,A sl A- N' Y l . 'GP T7 Af' Q . .3 , 'Cz' is . 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' ., '1 'il, i A ' At basketball practice, this Ram player improves his coordina- tion and leg muscles by jumping rope. 257 58 Freshman coeds attend first Ram rally and become acquainted with school spirit. foster, charlotte ford, billy ..... foltz, linda .,.. flynt, herrell . A , fly, lyndon fluth, janet .... floyd, mike 4... flores, mary lou flores, julia .,,. flores, erlinda .. flores, dan flint, bruce . ., fletcher, claude flanagin, thoma flanagan, gary . . , . . .fr., sterling city . . .,.,... so., sudan . . .sr., san angelo . . . .sr., san angelo sr., san angelo . , .so., san angelo . .... jr., san angelo . . , , . .so., san angelo . ,,.. ir., san angelo , .... fr., san angelo .. 4 .,... fr., houston . . . .... fr., san angelo .......,so., san angelo s . . .,.,., fr., brady . . . .... jr., ballinger fc Q ll 4.- . at I - 0, 1. li' K. , l lk :N f ov.. l i E ,- X 'E 'Y i ai Q4 'Tfk ' xy" l',fX'i 'A" A weeklg ram rallies help keep sludenf spirii high 0',f!am 'W' S K, if gg I A A f SE sz U 4 jg ,W U, gx 'L ll r., .' 1:3 9 9 Q Y N ' - . t. BE w 2? .,v .i- .-4 we ,elf 4 , sf W lg 9 5 Q. x , , U , 5ii 2.fi3ilsiE,iil' A , 2 k ll: e ,li X I I? , .,.., ,V l t ",l L,:: . , ,. ,H V 5. ,. . ,,e,l ,ZA .-"s, -.,- I 1 , -- v .Q ., , , Q. 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A . . . 4 .fr., sonora . . . . .so., uvalde . . 4fr., snyder , . . ,fr., bronte . . . . . .fr., san angelo 4 4 . ,fr., christoval . . . . . .fr., cheraw, south carolina 4 . , .fr., san angelo 4 4 , 4 . .fr., snyder .sr., Sanderson fr., san angelo so., san angelo ........lr., brady ...,..1r., brady . . .fr., san angelo . 4 . . .fr., lamesa . . ,so., lamesa 4 . . . .so., crane . . . .sr., big spring , . . .so., san angelo . . . . . .fr., mckinney . . . . . . .so., stamford ir., grand junction, colorado epps, deborah . .. ..... fr., san angelo 259 2 epperson, arthur .... fr., pine bluff, ensor, delma .,.,.. . . arkansas . . . . .so., bronte ensminger, david . . . .... fr., san angelo enriquez, mary . . . english, jesse ,.., englert, ralph . .. englert, joyce .,.. en land maril n 8 l Y emanuel, yvonne . ,. . emanuel, dale , . , ely, randon .. elrod, diana .... ellsworth, p.k. .,.. . ellison, darlene , . . . ellis, lynn ...., ellis, leslie ellis, dean .... elliott, morris .,.. elder, grady , ....... . eggemeyer, lorene edwards, roylynn edwards, margo . . edburg, penny ,...... ebeling, judith ,....... easterwood, connie dyess, tommy . .. dyer, robert dyer, glen . .. dyches, gary , .. dutton, ross . ,. dusek, calvin . .. dusek, bob . . . durst, teddy . . dunn, joy .... dunn, gayle .. . . .fr., san angelo . . .fr., bronte ,.fr., san angelo , . . . lsr., winters . .sr., brookshire . .fr., san angelo . . . .fr., midland ...,.,,fr., merkel 4 .fr., san angelo . .fr., brownwood ..ir., san angelo . ,ir., sweetwater fr., colorado city . ,fr., san angelo .....,.fr., miles .fr., san angelo .,,...fr., miles .so., san angelo ..so., san angelo ... . . .fr., austin fr., round mount ..,.,.sr., brady . . . . .ir., nolan .....fr,, IOSCOC . . . .so., coleman so., brownwood .,..,,.fr., eden . . . .fr., rowena . . .sr., rowena ..,,..fr., ITIBSOD . . . . .fr., midland fr., colorado city ' 1? 4, VX ' fi x l X . , A mf l 1-A T 'P r ' ffgi li ill. i L. l lifhx 4 if f '-S f' it if ' 5' A l ! f54,! 'Qfm J 1 r , 1. r.. Q Q32 f 46 ' H 1 if 5 .1 'xi V Q lf 7. twig' l ' ' - 5 . l i 'L .',i ' l I I Z X .4 X X M A - " - r 4 5 A '1- H, ' i X 1 - M 1- I Y si X w R ,Le id ' campus bookstore place for student purchases Angelo State coed Lisa Whitten tries on one of the new ASU jackets for sale in the campus bookstore. dunlap, mark duke, mary lupe .... duke, flora ........ dugan, Jimmy .. - dufrain, walter iv H A-as A fi fgsafp-z' l . . duff, james paul . . . . - ducote, jean .,...... , " , W Z! gf 1- jg - drueckhammer, donna . , - ' ,fy 'A X -0 P 'ii' f 1 dringman, david . , . . ,K P ix -'fr H" ,Z ,X draper, mary ann . .. x , . -fa 1734 it , , I 33 ' 15 A like --va ,Y af drake, debbie . . . Q dragos, patti .. ' ab ' doyal, terry ..... '- .., downey, beth . X J' dowd, donna .. , -1 ' ll p douglas, elizabeth . .. ' S if dougherty, gene .. ' - f A dorrance, craig , . . , " "" ' dobler, kathie . . . . gf dobbs, david .. ,.fr., san angelo fr., knickerbocker fr., Knickerbocker . . .so., mccamey . . , .so., eden . . , . . .fr., snyder . .fr., san angelo .. .fr., san angelo . . . .so., san angelo . . , . . .fr., eldorado . . . .fr., san angelo . . . ,fr., san angelo ....,...sr., lohn . .so., san angelo .,fr., san angelo .. .fr., san angelo . , . . . .fr., perryton .. .fr., san angelo . .sr., san angelo . . . .fr., blackwell 262 dobbins, velma A A A dixon, curtis ..A. ditto, dianna dittmar, delores A A dippel, charlene A dietel, rosemarie A dierschke, pat AA A dierschke, monroe dierschke, glenn AA dickson, becky .A., dickinson, robert dickerson, dale dicke, emma .,., diaz, patricia dews, kathy . A A A A Afr., coleman A AA so., ballinger A jr., san angelo fr., fredericksburg A fr., stamford fr., fredericksburg A A A . Aso., wall A .,,.A sr., wall A A.,. so., wall A Air., san angelo A A Aso., midland A fr., san angelo A A .sr., knippa A A A Afr., coleman A Aso., san angelo r I A fi?" N 15 '92 fm -4: Y-17 X ,K A. AAAAA' A A Aw A vjz w ' - Tifxbig ef ' , A A- 'S . XX KNXN , Qg4 f. f-f'xx srl Art students, studying bodily motion portrayed in drawing, practice drawing different angles as the model changes positions. arlisls discover unique expression . ,Q 4 ,sf Q X ix , X w Q, .i ii gri iuwsr 'e . ' ' jj,'Q f wi .nl x 4 ,vl ,N ,X ,i tx elk fi , in N , ,f-A f -:'2'V . L ' MQ? A-Y 5' ixxigii 1 f jig e ffi- f f 1' 1, v' Vx 1.55 , 5, X , 1, ' 'z 5 Q gr Y Av -all Q? A- at fig' c Wk X :fn , 5 I .-.s ey 4:2 'Y -.Q 9 1' - .3 .1 :,:-',- E19 I X ,,.. 3 Q js? gig? . V- Xl? .e' - K ' I . V 14' v A df, .f f zi' , 'B .A , i i l ssis .Fig 5 , fi -1:5 " ' . . 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W ' We . im! cox, sandra jo . . cox, nita .,... cox, gary cox, danny . . cox, benny .. cowley, jan . . . cowart, carol .. covey, james . . cotham, peter ., cotham, brenda costello, billy . . . . . cornelius, wayne cormier, darvis , corley, jean . .. corbell, kay .. copeland, larry copeland, bobbie cooper, candi .. cooney, jan cooksey, candace Not many violators can "beat the system" as the owner of this double-parked car will soon learn. ,fr., san angelo ,fr., big spring so., san angelo .fr., san angelo .fr., san angelo .fr., san angelo . . . . .fr., pecos . . .sr., irving . . .jr., paris . . .so., paris .fr., san angelo ......fr., miles . .... so., san angela so., san angelo ......so., eola . . .ir., waco . . . ,fr., melvin . . .so., lubbock . . . .fr., kermit '. .fr., sanderson 2 band praolices drill for game performances 6 cooke, relda .. cooke, kay ,... cook, sherri . . . cook, regina . . cook, janet ., Contreras, alma . conner, teresa .. conner, donald . conley, quinn .. compton, richard compton, johnny collins, ham . ,. collins, donna .. collins, donald . collins, charles . collard, mary lou collard, edward . colgin, suzy cole, deborah ., cole, carolyn .. . . . . , .fr., boerne ..fr., san angelo ... . . ,fr., austin ,.....fr., del rio . . . .fr., sweetwater sr., corpus christi . . .fr., big spring ..so., monahans . . .so., robert lee ......so., toyah . , .... so., san angelo . .... fr., san angelo . . ,.fr., san angelo . .fr., san angelo . . . . . ,fr., petters ......so., bangs , .sr., san angelo . . , . .so., odessa , .sr., san angelo ..fr., sterling city 'D -Q "Z ,Lam Ae., ... -.qt .,p. so 'HS 4- .., .Q 1--'YF 5 ij",.'. iv-t1.fikTk6. is fr: X ' i Lak 1, 3 A W L 'TIZPI x,, x"f X A i L Jxiil 5 ' ii ,a.-S ' n 'Z' Q 1 K jim i l .1 5. . z 'N A. ff? , , ' Y.. f ff M " XQS, I l ix S ,ff X Vx 'MX ,W Z. . 5 1 x' , qs ' 1, 5 :ll J' .ff l A :Rus iff-s , 1. x - '. .124 l 'VAV he le 443 Q Q "ws -. cv -y Kg ld ,gg Q x I .2 img. .Q 23 M. Q l . X' Halftime action for the Homecoming game against Stephen F. Austin begins on the practice field. Here the band practices marching formations. r 75 l. ,fic N. lg., 'i' 4 i 49 if u w colby, billy . .. coker, jan .... coker, david .. coffey, william coffee, michael cochran, rhonda cochran, phillip cobb, james .. cobb, allan . . . .so., san angelo fr., fort stockton . . . . .fr., merkel .sr., san angelo . . .ir., mccamey . . . .ir., coahoma . . .sr., coahoma .sr., san angelo . . .so., san angelo coates, gary . . . .. .sr., san angelo cloudt, ellen . . .. .fr., rocksprings clifton, vickie ....... so., spur clifton, randy .... ...fr., san angelo clemmer, dennis claunch, kathy clarke, john .. clarke, barbara clark, susan .. clark, sarah .. clark, jerry . .. . .fr., san angelo . . . .fr., ballinger . . .fr., cuero . . . .fr., abilene . . . . .ir., snyder . . . . .fr., snyder ..ir., san angelo 267 26 8 clark, carolyn .,.. chu, philip .,..... christian, robert . .. christian, barbara .. childress, dwain . . childress, donna . , , childers, gayle . , . chavez, rachel .. chastain, paula ..,. chapple, howard .. chapman, karen .. chapman, jerry .. chapman, david . . chance, kayron .. chan, sui wah .. chan, kok wah chambers, thomas chambers, sheila , . cervantez, rebecca . cave, david ,.... caudle, janice ...so castro, manuel ,... castleberry, donna , castle, steve .,..,. cassle, james . . .fr., san angelo .. .fr., hong kong . . , .fr., andrews . . , .so., towson, maryland . . so., san angelo 4 . 4 . .fr., san angelo . . . .so., san angelo . . . . .fr., ballinger . . . .fr., san angelo . . . . .so., slaton . . . .fr., Ioraine . . .fr., christoval . . . . .so., midland .. .fr., san angelo . . . ,fr., hong kong . . . , .fr., hong kong . . . , . .so., hemphill . ,fr., universal city . . . . ,so., kerrville . . . .fr., wall hobbs, new mexico . . , . .fr., old glory . . . A .fr., san angelo . .fr., fort Stockton . . . . . .fr., abilene Having moved into its new home early this year, the campus security office is now located across from the bookstore. .'--1' ' .J-vi' 3 EX ve I K 'TV e ,tr ., .AI I' . ,:, f- .2 " ,G in l W 5. Q I z 0 h l WV Q ' A - ' - '75 in , L of ' 1 "1 .,u-'ff ' V -...- CMNI iklllm l V ,-,,.,,+T-51-j'f"' -vt...,..,1 - " ' ,vang-eq-.... I V nl auf2NtlIRQ.x:!u' Nba '1.......a-:.. , -..., -- -f " ""' . ..", N.,- W in-N Buff Z -..-...,1.1.'-.mw-c-+- we v-,..-915,-f...il'ff::,'f:.- -Afrvrsf -A-n, 11- , -1475,-il i.2'Cw-"'f"1- -H: A -n.-4-....,+ W ' ' ' 'H-'iv'-1. x -"1 . ,I ' 4- ff, t, ., . .- 1 -f'-M . -- fn' A W., f... JE:-":' 'ff' - fm: --,,:a,,-...f--u:5f'1P':'1-:-f'-T1 17 -v ,.,, b' - N if " ' - - ,' 75,7 "'..-,,'-,f1' fif. , I 'H I " I "'-ng.-as --I, ... f .L, I . . r' , , - 1 de - -": N---e-fb .f"'::+f-- "V -f.'- '. We-., -:'- - e -' - - 4 -4... 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'12 4? or vu . 32? 1. , .. , lg f 1 5 1 A 1 gvs 1 3. casey, janice casey, gary .... casbeer, carol . carter, starla . .. carter, mary carter, marian . carter, garth . . . carrillo, eliza ann carrasco, edward carr, kenneth . .. carr, elois ..... carpenter, martha carnes, harold ..,..... carley, nancy cantu, joe canady, kayla .. campbell, terry . campbell, pat .. campbell, gary . campbell, david . campbell, charles calvert, steve . . . calliham, suzette calliham, suzanne calk, buddy calhoun, pat cajas, olga . . . byrne, clyde .. byrd, stephen .. byrd, danny ,. .fr., san angela ......so., rule ..so., eldorado ,sr., Sweetwater . . . . .fr., rotan . . . .sr., winters .fr., san angelo fr., san angela ..fr., mccamey .sr., san angelo so., san . . . .fr., so., san .fr., san .....fr., angelo mereta angelo angelo ozona . . . . .fr., trent ......so., wink .fr., san angelo so., san angelo .fr., san angelo so., san angelo .fr., san angelo . . . . .fr., brady . . . . .fr., brady ..so., eldorado fr., san .fr., san sr., san .....fr., ....so., san angelo angelo angelo brady angelo 269 270 b ler aula y , p ...., . . byerly, robert . . . jr buxkemper, linda buttery, gary . s . butler, darlene . . . , . butler, calanthia burwick, robert . . . . . . burrus, wiley . .. burress, billy .A burrell, jo ann , burr, james ..l.. burnett, steven . burnett, sherry . . . . . . burnett, james . .. , .. burnett, david . . .fr., sweetwater chico, california . . .jr., ballinger .jr., san angelo fr., san angelo . . . .fr., lamesa ..fr., blackwell ,fr., san angelo . . . .fr., abilene so., san angelo . , , . .so., crane . . . .so., snyder .jr., san angelo ,sr., san angela .so., san angelo food service furnishes special dinners. buffels Dorm students enjoy various buffets and outdoor meals served by the food service center. 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" X ""' 1WM f'f35'-1-W Zfeiaf' -we . 425. 2:-:sth - A . , L Y e are burnes, debby .. burnes, bill .... burleson, philip . . . burleson, james . . burkett, eddie . burke, sandre .. burke, janice .. burke, alice .. burk, kathy .... buckner, paula .. buck, william ..,.. buck, brenda ...... bryant, sally ...... bryant, jerry .. bryant, jerry .. bryant, dolly .. bryan, gaylan .... brusenhan, billy brunson, katherine . brunson, harlin ..jr., brumfield, bill .... bruk, david ....... brueggeman, linda . bruce, paula ...... browning, harvey .. brown, thomas . .. brown, steve .. brown, paul brown, jennifer . browder, jan ...... brotherton, janet brotherton, dusty '.' .' broome, michael .. broome, melinda . . , ..... sr., rotan . ..... sr., rotan .so., san angelo .so., san angelo . . .sr., big lake so., san angelo .fr., san angelo . . .ir., san angelo .fr., san angelo . .fr., big spring . . . . .so., austin .so., san angelo buchanan, marsha .. , ...,. so, odessa .. .so., san angelo . . . .S0., SOHOFE .fr., san angelo ,.ir., big spring . . . .so., winters ..fr., monahans . .. .sr., san angelo pin e bluff, arkansas ........jr., odessa . . . .so., san angelo . . . . .fr., haskell . . .so., junction . . , . . .so., snyder .sr., san angelo .fr., san angelo .fr., san angelo . . . .fr., snyder . . . .so., abilene . . .jr., comstock . . .fr., comstock . .ir., san angelo . .fr., san angelo 7 272 brooks, paula ....,..... fr., san angelo brooks, deborah brooks, charles . . , , . . brooks, beverly . brodbeck, dwight brocksch, janice . broadrick, ronald ....,..,i.jr., abilene .sr., san antonio .ir., sterling city so., johnson city .so., brownwood . .so., big spring broadrick, linda . . . .... fr., big spring brnovak, gaylon . britton, butch .. briscoe, john . . . brinkley, dianne . brimer, glenda .. briley, bobby bright, jim , .. bright, garry . . . brice, susan .... bretting, dennis . brenek, lynn breithaupt, karen breeding, murlene bredemeyer, rand bratton, bonnie . brancel, dale . . . . bradshaw, jo bradshaw, alton . bradley, karla . . . bradford, kay i . , braden, janice .. boyd, richard . . . boyd, gary .... boyd, ben .... boxley, lesley . .. box, becky .... .....,so., trent . . . ifr., mcallen .sr., sweetwater . ..... fr., andrews . .... . . .jr., valera . . . .so., winters .fr., san angelo .. .fr., san angelo . . . .fr., san angelo . . ,..1r., san angelo . fr., san angelo . . . . . .... sr., odessa .fr., san angelo , . , .fr., winters o., fort Stockton Y brazell, delton ,....., s . . . . . . .fr., brownwood . . .fr., san angelo . . , .fr., brady . . . . .so., brady . . .fr., san angelo . . . .sr., san angelo . . . . .fr., rankin . . . .sr., san angelo ..,...so., ozona . . . Air., san angelo . . . .so., monahans , , . .fr., stamford .1 I" V ,Xi if ,. ig i , i li Pj A A r . a 0 Q ' .I ,Q li 'M--ff . -Q' g .tix 'GB' f e x l . ..s Q 3 Q5 V , 1, ---' I N i I ., x,' A i .X . fi. '. ,wi y , 1 i , X I . gf l 7- x 1' 'N r 10 ff ' 'Q 2- 1 'Q 1 , , ' . ' , . '-2' l ,,,,,. ' --" e I s M , , X fig' . - rd :V a X Y' lv 1 S h I was i if ff W 'L' . 'I fy V 3 't 'AIS fx' -NJ 'la 9 'P 5 A ' K' I. , gy 5 ' - X ' s MF i we , 6, I, A E ii, A-1 I giv ' X ' f' ' L ' 'B' f N ,X , H , , - I 7 ' Nt: W Q fl ' .1 lil X . Kfxf 'X Qs. X., +I, 'Q 'Q-H' seniors eleei female leader Senior officers include vice-president Jack Norlin, secretary Lauretta Hurt, treasurer Sherry Miller, and president Lynn McSpadden. 273 2 bowen, gary .. boundy, brenda boswell, steven boothe, robert .sr., san angelo fr., deer park . . .fr., midland botts, tanya ..... .,.. .. .... so., san angelo , . ,fr., ballinger book, thomas .. ,... so., rowena book, glen ..,... fr., miles book, betty jo . , ..,. so., san angelo bonner, william bond, clayton . bomer, ronnie . bolon, cathy .. bolin, vicki .... boedeker, dana bode, donna .. blythe, david . block, michael . block, jean ann block, janell .. block, diana 4 . . .so., big spring .fr., sweetwater .fr., san angelo . ,fr., mccamey .so., san angelo .ir., san angelo . . ,ir., junction .jr., san angelo .jr., san angelo ,fr., san angelo ,.so., ballinger .ir., san angelo block, carol .,,, .,..,.. f r., snyder bligh, blenda . blasdell, thomas bvi' A l blanek, louis .. blanek, bill . ,. ,fr., san angelo ,jr., san angelo .fr., san angelo fr., sterling city Ram football players Eddie Washington and Morris Overstreet tell Carr Hall girls "everything you want to know about foot- ball but are afraid to ask." 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Q. it K L if blair, judy . . . black, sherry .. black, robert .. black, leon .. black, glen .. black, billy don . ,. bitters, johnnie . .. bishop, larry ..... billingsley, kathie . billingsley, gary .. billings, travis . . . bilby, ray gene bilbrey, lyna .... bigham, gloria .. biggs, david .. bierschwale, pamela bierschwale, lindy . bierschwale, brenda bickerstaff, lynda .. bickel, stanley .. betts, donnie ..... berscheidt, tom . . . berryhill, waymonn berry, lawrence . . . benton, richard . . . benson, millie . . . benson, larry ..... bennett, william . . . behrens, laura . . beekman, danny . . . . . . .sr., san angelo . . . . . .sr., uvalde . . . .so., abilene . . . .fr., maverick . . . .fr., dumas . . . . . .fr., merkel . .fr., san angelo ,.so., san angelo . . . . . .fr., abilene . . .so., lubbock . . .fr., san angelo . . . , . .fr., ranger . . . .fr., san angelo . . . . . .fr., snyder . . .fr., aspermont . . . . . .fr., harper fr., fredericksburg fr., fredericksburg . . . .fr., carlsbad, new mexico . . . .so., ballinger .....fr., de kalb ,.so., san angelo . . . . . .fr., roscoe ......fr., el paso . . . .sr., san angelo . .so., san angelo . . .fr., san angelo . . . . . .fr., rankin . . . .fr., san saba . . . .fr., big lake 275 276 beckett, carol ,, beck, buddy .. bearfield, deborah beane, carolyn . , , beam, nancy ...A. beaird, catherine beach, stephen ., beach, mary baxter, virginia , . batko, daniel .,,. bates, johnny . . , .,,,,..,.fr., junction bassham, verona . . bassford, jim . ,fr., bartz, terri .,.,.,, bartholmae, jack ., barry, shelly .,... barron, david ..... barrington, linda , barrett, peggy ann barrandey, raymond barnhill, danny . ,. barnes, arvil .,., barlow, nancy . .. barker, jerry ..., barber, bunny . . , barbee, randy . . . barager, cathy . . banks, paul ,.. banks, linda .... bale, jane ,.,.., baldillez, amparo . baker, sharron . . . baker, randall . ,. .......so., iraan . . .sr., san angelo , . , .fr., fluvanna . . . .fr., imperial beaver, gina ...., beaty, terry ,....,. . .. . .fr., san angelo . . grad., hermleigh . . . . , .fr., odessa . ...... fr., merkel . , , ,so., paint rock , . . ,ir., colorado city . . . . .ir., coleman ,. A . . . .sr., abilene , , . .fr., fort stockton columbia, mississippi , . . , . .ir., san angela . , .fr., fredericksburg . . . .fr., san angelo . , . .fr., san angelo A ,,.. fr., lamesa . , , . ,fr., maverick . . . . . .so., mccamey . . .fr., san angelo . . . . . .fr., lueders . . . .fr., texas city . . . . .fr., junction , . .fr., san angelo ...,,,.fr., bronte . . , .so,, san angelo . . ,fr., san angelo . . . .fr., colorado city .,......ir., crane fr rocks rin s - -1 ' P E ....,,,ir., sudan . , .ir., ballinger ff? Z2 a 57 - iv J -J 6' -vi i l q B 1 X ,J ,gif 7 I '11 Q' . X Q f A l7'1Q rg, X... i .1 l '12 I l ' ' t lx i 14. ' cv AS: 5 t xg, Rl f 1 N. L' -5 Y -'fr' i ,gf f -Q '-. 1 K ff ' Auf, :i,'g 122, SQ , 5 4 g . S Q1 .w ,f f + 1 Q 3 Q Q 1' QQ. Q 3 E? i, in ' VJ I 'S 3 5 X, -, . - 1 f-1 l Elf: f. if ' L S. s,q v W' V ,rj V " ,. -s' M., ' , ff., , -A Q I , - E if -I 1: '.,13.s. 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X lgqggill, .Q e gg .3-::,,3,5,i:1 1 ' ws 1 F- drama series presents plags Sharon Houck and Fred Moore spend time building stage sets for university productions in the drama workshops. baker, james .. baird, joe ..... bailey, nannette bailey, mary lee baenziger, lesa . . .sr., ballinger . . .so., ballinger . . . .so., ozona fr., brownwood fr., new braunfels badders, james . . , . . .fr., san bachman, rick . bachman, dianne baca, louis .... aylor, karen .... ayers, tommy . . ayers, jerry .. ayers, earl . . . ayers, connie .. ayala, carlos . . . . .fr., san . . .fr., san angelo angelo angelo . ..... so., miles . .fr., san . . .so., san . . .so., san . . .fr., san .. .Sf., Safl angelo angela angelo angelo angelo . . . .fr., kerrville 277 avants., jackye . autrey, mike .. austin, jerry .. atwood, karen . atkinson, billy . askew, guy . .. ashcraft, tana . . ashby, mary . .. arvedson, richard arthur, richard . arthur, connie .. arrott, jim ..... arnn, ginger . . , armstrong, linda armstrong, linda armistead, kerry arhelger, marvin archer, alvin . .. appleton, Iois ., anderson, ra ndolph , anderson, may ., anderson, lee , .... , anderson, dale .,... ancell, bert .,.., amos, bonnie ,.,... ammons, sheila . ames, jimmie .. amelunke, sharon alvarado, theresa alvarado, carlos . . . . .fr., brady . . . ,so., lubbock . . . ,so., lubbock . . . .fr., Kermit . . . .fr., snyder . . . . .sr., sonora . , .fr., san angelo .,......jr., abilene . . . . , . .fr., san angelo . , . .fr., comanche , , .fr., san angelo . .,,,. fr., ballinger . . . ,fr., san angelo . grad., san angelo ......,,,.fr., snyder ...,,..fr., pecos . . . .so., san angelo . , . . . .sr., Iamesa . . . .sr., san angelo . . . .so., san angelo .. ,so., san angelo . . . .ir., san angelo .. . . ,so., big lake artesia, new mexico . . . .so., san angelo ., . . , , .fr., abilene . . . ,jr., san angelo ,.,.,,,fr., waco ......fr., marfa . . , .jr., Sweetwater D- t N--. F 'aw . , 5 N J -1 x 4 X. wigs become popular assel lo asu women's wardrobes VI: ,.,. I. X . L' r iv F A l M W iw 'C 'X Q ,, Q A Q Q If , f Tirirfl - -..4 W U nf N1 .gf ffxg! i I jd A. ' fra -. ' . - 43' l 1 , X N llll' , :ww 3 3- , ,' I ' , ' ff ' w ie 1 3 'X if f' '- I -1' I 7 in fl! ' N414 I - - allen, N -. allen, ,gf - XX ' allred, ,. I 'ARR J. ' allen, w Q ' - X -Q U Q ' 'P allen, Y . v 1, ' Gig ,Q 5 ,zg -s , l X X ,gl rf lf allen, jeffery .. will ..... sherry ., marcia ,. lualice .. craig ........, alldredge, darrell . . . .fr., blanket . . .ir., san angelo . , . . , .fr., winters ,.....,.,fr., killeen fr., new braunfels .fr., mentor, ohio . , . .SO., lfaafl ....,,..fr., san marcos . .... fr., fort Stockton , . , ..,... jr., harlingen albert, james .... fr., citronelle, alabama l alaniz, andrew ......... fr., sweetwater 49' H allbright, jacque ,- 1 allaire, theresa , ky alexander, john sl ' fi ' ' hd Q . ' 73? akin. Saleh . . . . us! . . - yr r 9, - aishman, thomas ,. ,J " ' Q -ef aquirre, trinidad I . . : I g 6' is - 1 Casting a weary glance at the elevator light, dent finds moving to be a tedious task. . , . .so., san angelo .........sr., iraan . . . .fr., san angela this high-rise resi- 79 28 0 graduates get afflerbach, sharon ...... adkins, ross .....,.,,.., adkins, mac ..... .... adkins, johnny . . , . .. degrees during summer event .so., ballinger ,ir., robert lee so., robert lee ' " A 1 A. . f S Y .. .so., haskell 9 , A , l -,.-v , 15? Aga 2 ' Jr I 1, ,v I N , 1 f K K r 1. 'J' .Q 4 l kt adams, larry .r.. . . .fr., rocksprings f ' F' 1 adams, janet . . , ,... so., san angelo r 45 l ,IV Q f acosta, alberto ,..... fr., ackerly ', ' " ' , ' ff acevedo, oscar . 4 . . , .fr., san angela ' K --2 gg- X . K xg' b I -- ' h ,,, e X it J vi 1 X, ables, janice .,...... fr., braay Q ,. g A e Q abel, barry ..... .... f r., san angelo A " , 13 , If , W - abbott, lonnie . . . .. .fr., san angelo 1 f ' Y 'k if if yi 3 abair, dennis , 4 . .... fr., wenatchee, f" I l . 1 2 A ,. 'Y V ,i washington - " ' X J ' A , A t l A l Y Y f A J - , 1 3 Dr. Lloyd D. Vincent, president of the iv rsi con ratulates a summer grad- un 9 fy. S uate during ceremonies last August. . i f K' at 'P a I 1 Brown, 102,109,192,119 Abair, Dennis Michael 280 Abbott, Lonnie Joe 280 Abel, Barry Kenneth 280 Ables, Janice Gwen 280 Acevedo, Oscar 280 Acosta, Alberto Abreo 280 Arthur, Connie Lea 278 Arthur, Richard L. 278 Arvedson, Richard Stephen 278 Ashby, Mary Mavis 278,55 Ashcroft, Tana Caroll 278 Askew, Guy Wyatt 278 Atkinson, Billy Don 278 Atwood, Karen Suzanne 278 Austin, Jerry Phillip 278,98,99,100, Adams, Janet Tyler 280 Adams, John 280 Adkins, Johnny Densmore 280 Autrey, Paul Michael 278 Avants, Jackye Lynn 278 Ayala, Carlos David 277 Adkins, Ronald Mac 280 Adkins, Ross Dresden 280 Afflerboch, Sharon K. 280 Aguirre, Trinidad Jr. 280 Aishman, Thomas Jeffery 279,58 Akin, Galen B. 279 Alaniz, Andrew Villarial 279,24,26 Albert, James Logan 279 Alexander, Jimmy Douglas 24,29 Alexander, John Lawrence 279,58 Allaire, Theresa Ann 279 Allbright, Jacquelyn Marie 279 Alldredge, Darrell Wayne 279,49,208 Allen, Craig Scott 279 Allen, Lualice 279 Allen, Marcia Jan Crane 279 Allen, Martin Roy 279,100 Allen, Sherry J. McWright 279 Allen, William Arthur 279 Allred, Jeffery Lynn 279,202 Alred, Edward Clayton 279,64 Alvarado, Carlos 278,56 Alvarado, Theresa Ann 278 Amelunke, Sharon Kay 278 Ames, Jimmie William 278 Ammons, Sheila Jane 278 Ancell, Bert Bryant 278,103,110 Anderson, Dale Wayne 278 Anderson, Daniel Lee 278 Anderson, May Louise 278 Anderson, Nick Gene 100,112,110 Anderson, Randolph Robert 278 Appleton, Lois A. Landrum 278 Archer, Alvin Maurice 278,87 Arhelger, Marvin Robert 278 Armistead, Kerry Keith 278 Armstrong, Linda Marie 278 Arnn, Sherri Virginia 278 Arrott, Jim Bob 278 Ayers, Connie Rose 277 Ayers, Earl Wayne 277 Ayers, Jerry W. 277 Ayers, Tommy Dean 277 Aylor, Karen Kay 277 Baca, Louis Charles 277 Bachman, Dianne 277 Bachman, Richard Oden 277,145 Badders, James G. 277 Baenziger, Lesa 277 Bailey, Mary Lee 277 Bailey, Nannette 277 Baird, Joseph Rodney 277 Baker, James Coleman 277,58 Baker, Randall 276 Baker, Roy Wesley 103,110 Baker, Sharron Marie 276,160,120 Balch, Mary Violet G. 71 Baldillez, Amparo J. 276 Bale, M. Jane 276 Banks, Linda Dianne 276 Banks, Paul Randall 276 Bankston, Billy Gail 68 Barager, Catherine Lynn 276 Barbee, Randy Nelson 276 Barber, Bunny Lynn 276,46 Barber, Gary Ray 68 Barker, Michael Jerry 276 Barlow, Nancy Kay 276 Barnard, Jerry F. 64 Barnes, Arvil Alexander 276 Barnhill, Paul Daniel 276 tudent index Barrandey, Raymond C. 276,56 Barrett, Peggy Ann Culp 276 Barrington, Linda Gale 276,18 Barron, David Larry 276 Bartholmae, Jack Niel 276 Bartz, Theresa Sue 276 Bossford, James Manning 276 Bassham, Vernana lrene 276 Bates, John Russell ll 276 Batko, Daniel Edward 276 Baxter, Virginia Darlene 276 Beach, Mary Martha 276 Beach, Stephen Wayne 276 Beoird, Catherine Fern 276 Beam, Nancy Ellen 276 Bean, Jim Neal 68,75,8O Bean, Paul Walter 58 Beane, Carolyn Sue Chitsey 276 Beartield, Deborah Marie 276 Beasley, Charles Walter 64,90 Beaty, Terry Lance 276 Beaver, Gina Lisa 276 Beck, Buddy Duncan 276,87 Beckett, Carol Ann 276 Beekman, Danny George 275 Behrens, Laura Lee Pool 275 Bennett, William Barry 275 Benson, Larry Martin 275 Bentley, Jerry Lynn 58 Benton, Richard James 275 Berry, Lawrence Paul 275 Berryhill, Waymonn Lee 275,30 Berscheidt, Tom Leroy 275 Betts, Donnie Lavarn 275,47 Bickel, James Stanley 275 Bickerstaff, Lynda Sue 275,148,185 Bierschwale, Belinda Lou 275 Bierschwale, Brenda Sue 275 Bierschwale, Pamela Sue 275 Biggs, David Eugene 275 Bigham, Gloria Rose 275 Bilbrey, Barbara L. Miller 46,61 Bilbrey, Lyna Jon 275 Bilby, Ray Gene 275 Billings, Travis Ray 275 Billingsley, Gary Brian 275,132,611 Billingsley, Kathie Janett 275 Bimer, Glenda 153 Bishop, Larry Alan 275 Bitters, Johnnie Lee 275 Black, Bill Don 275 Black, Ellis Leon Jr. 275 Black, Glen Alan 275,63 Black, Robert Leon 275,124,132,136, 125,126 Black, Sherry Gay 275 Blair, Judy Lynn McMinn 275 Blanek, Louis J. 274 Blanek, William Carl 274 Blasdell, Thomas Michael 274 Bligh, Blenda M. Bartaletti 274 Block, Carol Ann 274 Block, Dennis Wayne 225,24,58 Block, Diana Marie 22,45,211,123,162 Block, Janell Elizabeth 274,160 Block, Jean Ann 274 Block, Michael Joseph 274 Blythe, David Carroll 274 Bode, Donna Jean Fife 274 Boedeker, Dana Annis 274,68,61 Bolin, Vicki Gail 274 Bolon, Cathy Linn 274,33,35 Bomar, Gary Don 64,74 Bomer, Ronald Louis 274 Bond, Clayton Randal 274 Bonner, William Alfred Jr. 274 Book, Betty Jo 274 Book, Glen Richard 274 Book, Thomas Lynn 274 Boothe, Robert Quincy 274,64 Boswell, Bonnie Ann 28,89 Boswell, Steven Vance 274,64 Botts, Tanya Alisa 274,61 Boundy, Brenda J. Young 274 Bowen, Gary Lee 274,64 Box, Becky Ann 272 Boxley, Lesley Leroy 272 Boyd, Ben Harold Jr. 272 Boyd, Gary Lee 272 Boyd, Richard Porter 272 Braden, Janice Kay 272,85 Bradford, Sula Kay 272 Bradley, Karla Gail 272,66 Bradshaw, Alton Stephen 272,49 Brancel, Dale Howard 272,63 Bratton, Bonnie Florine 272 Brazell, Delton Lee 272 Bredemeyer, Randy 272 Breen, Robert Wayne 203 Breithaupt, Karen Jane 272 Brenek, Lynn 272 Bretting, Dennis James 272 Brice, Susan Zennea 276 Bright, Garry Michael 272,77 Bright, James Earl 272 Briley, Bobby James 272 Brimer, Glenda Nell 272 Brinkley, Dianne 272 Brisca, Worthey Otto Jr. 36 Bricoe, John Edward 272 Britton, Chandos Hurstell 272 Brnovak, Gaylon Joe 272 Broadrick, Linda Jo 272 Broadrick, Ronald Wayne 272,149 Brocksch, Janice Carol 272 Brodbeck, Dwight Allen 272 Brooks, Beverly Frances 272 Brooks, Charles Davis 272 Brooks, Deborah Lynn 272 Paula Jo 272 Brooks, Broome, Melinda Kaye 271 Brotherton, Janet Kay 271 Brown, Brown, Elouise 71 Jennifer 271 Brown, Michael David 68,76 Brown, Paul Alan 271 Brown, Stephen Doyle 271,68,76 Thomas Maurice 271,93 Bruce, Paula Ann 271 Brueggeman, Linda Faye 271 Bruk, George David 271 Brumfield, Edwin W. Jr. 271,42,162 Brunson, Harlin 271,47 Brunson, Katherine Maxwell 271 Brusenhan, Billy Wayne 271 Bryan, Gaylon Edsell 271 Bryan, Dolly Mozelle Cook 271 Bryant, Jerry Glen 271 Bryant, Jerry Lee 271 Bryant, Sally Lu 271 Buchanan, Marsha Kaye 271 Buchanan, Phillip Alan 29 Buck, Brenda Jane 271 Buck, Perry Lee 58 Buck, William Garnett 271,126 Buckner, Paula 271 Buckley, Christopher P. 111 Burdett, Steven Russell 64 Burk, Kathy Lou 271,62 Burke, Alice Ruth 271 Burke, Janice Ann 271 Burke, Sandra Ann 271 Burkett, Eddie Clarke 271,148 Burleson, James Lewis 271,68 Burleson, Philip Edward Jr. 271 Burnes, Bill Ray 271,58 Burnes, Deborah Day 271 Burnett, James Daniel Jr. 270,63 Burnett, John David 270 Burnett, Sherry E. Moore 270 Burney, Steven Blaine 270 Burns, Jerry Dwight 99,100,103 Burr, James Ellis 270 Burrell, Ja Ann 270 Burress, Billy C. 270 Burrus, Wiley Ross Jr. 270,68 Burwick, Robert Glenn 270 Butler, Calanthia Yolanda 270,47 Butler, Lela Darlene 270 Buttery, Gary Lee 276 Buxkemper, Linda Ann 270,120 Byerly, Robert H. 270 Byers, Clint Lane 74 Byler, Paula Kay 270 Byrd, Danny Mack 269 Byrd, Stephen Edwin 269 Byrne, Clyde Darrell 269 Bystrom, Paul Erik 75 0 Coffey, Teddy Lee 39,63 Caias, Olga 269 Calhoun, Mary E. Hearn 71 Calhoun, Pat Maxine 269 Calk, Eldon Thomas Jr. 269 Callan, Rebecca Leah 68 Calliham, Suzanne 269 Calliham, Suzette 269 Calvert, Steven L. 269,58 DeVo Contre 282 Campbell, Charles William 269 Campbell, David Birk 269 Campbell, Gary Scott 269 Campbell, Patricia Ann 269 Campbell, Terry Lee 269 Canady, Kayla Ann 269 Cantu, Corley, Joe Luis 269 Nancy Hart 269 Carnes, Harald Stephen 269,103,117 Corpen ter, Martha Ann 269 Carr, Nancy Elois Byrd 269 Carrasco, Edward Gonzales 269 Carrillo, Eliza Ann 269 Carter, Garth Michael 269 Carter, Joe Nathan 47 Carter, Marian J. Burrow 269 Carter, Mary Kaye McKimmey 269 Carter, Starla Ann 269,52 Casbeer, Carol Lee 269 Casey, Janice Annette 269 Cason, Cassle, Castle, Rodney Steven 98,99,102 James H. 268 Stephen Neil 268,142 Castleberry, Donna L. S. 268,71 Castro, Mendoza Manuel 268 Caudle, Janice Lee 268 Cave, David Wayne 268 Cervantez, Rebecca Chipman 268,57 Chaklos, Linda Ruth Hipple 92 Chambers, Donald Dean 64 Chambers, Sheila Gaye 268,51 Chambers, Thomas Norman 68 Chan Kok, Kwok Wah Stephen 268 Chan S ui, Wah Boniface 268 Chance, Anna Kayron 268 Chapman, Jamey 61 Chapman, Jerry Wayne 268 Chapman, Karen Sue Lang 268 Chapman, Roy David 268 Copeland, Larry Cecil 265 Corbell, Kay Burlene 265 Corder, Timothy Scott 65 Corley, Nelda J. Venable 265 Cormier, Darvis Wayne 265 Cornelius, Allan Wayne 265,74 Costello, Billy 265 Cotham, Brenda Jean 265 Cotham, Peter Stanley 265 Covey, James David 265 Cowan, Jack Findley 42 Cowart, Carol Ann 265 Cowley, Jan 265 Cox, Curtis Ben Jr. 265 Cox, Danny Ray 265 Cox, Gary Wayne 265,135 Cox, Lanita Sue 265 Cox, Sandra Jo 265 Cox, Sharon Elaine 264,73 Craig, Marilyn Beth 264 Craig, Michael Floyd 264 Crawford, Cynthia Ann 264,68 Creel, Robert William Jr. 264,81 Crimm, Billie D. Mason 87 Crockett, Cheryl Ellen 264 Crass, Philip David 264,58 Crouch, Janice Diane 264 Crouch, Robert Neil ll 264 Cudd, Diane Katharine 5,181 Cunningham, Angela 264 Cunningham, Martha Ellen 264 Cupp, William Alfred 68 Currie, Ella Susan 264 Currington, Sharon Marie 85 Curtis, Debreah Eileen 264 Cypert, Billy Wayne 264 Chopple, Howard Harland 268 Chastain, Paula Jo Miller 268 Chavez, Rachel 268 Childers, Gayle 268,42,45 Childress, Dwain Pinson 268 Chriesmon, Maurice 104,105,112,113 Christian, Barbara Askins 268 Christian, Robert Glenn Jr. 268,105, 33,35 Chu, Philip Shiu Lun 268 Clark, Jerry Dwayne 267 Clark, Joan Fisher 94 Clark, Luda Carolyn 268 Clark, Sarah Martha 267 Clark, Susan Marie 267 Clarke, Barbara 267 Clarke, Charles Patrick 105 Clarke, James Michael 98,112,116,63 Clarke, John Francis 267 Claunch, Nancy Katherine 267 Clemens, Mariana Catherine 250,46, 65,66 Clemmer, Dennis Harroll 267 Clifton, Randy Scott 267 Clifton, Vicki Lee 267 Close, Douglas Michael 267 Cloudt, Ellen Lorraine 267 Coates, Gary Lee 267 Coates, Roy Fleet 74 Cobb, Allan Eugene 267,63 Cobb, James Ralph 267 Cochran, Phillip Mitchell 267 Cochran, Rhonda S. Tiller 267 Coe, William Ayers 80 Coffee, Michael Wayne 267 Coffey, William Curtis 267 Coker, David Marion 267 Coker, Jan Colette 267 Colby, Billy Walter Jr. 267 Cole, Carolyn Sue 266 Cole, Deborah Kay Huling 267 Coleman, Susan Hope 29,89,158 Colgin, Suzanne 266 Collard, Edward Spencer 266 Collard, Mary Lou Harris 266 Collett, James Lee 90,181 Collie, James Ray 64 D'Andrea, Sandra Marie 264,78,57 Daniel, Elizabeth Lee 264,66 Daniels, Danny 264,116 Daniel, Marvin Dwayne 264 Daniel, Robert Eugene 264 Daniels, Marsha Ann 264 Darden, Judith Ann Ross 264 Daugherty, Wesley Earl 264 Davenport, Gary Lee 264,159 Davidson, Samuel Harley 264 Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis , Alana 264 , Carol Jane 264,51 , Danny Ray 24,26 , Delle Myra 264 , Flarine Velma 264 , Garry Dayne 264,58 , James Lawrence 263 , Linda Joyce Law 263,78,162 Davis, Lynne Francine 263 Davis, Rita Nell 263,85 Davis, Sam J. 263 Davis DOY, , Vickee Lee 263 Jonny Mac 263 Dean, Carl Travis 263 Dean, James Ambros 263 Dean, Keith William 263,164,59 Deans, Alanda Cheryl 263 Deatherage, Diane 263,37 Deaver, Veta Carol 263 Dechearo, Mary Nell 263 Decker, Phillip Jeffrey 263,150 Decui r, Sharon Hortense 263 Dehnel, Martha Louise 263 Deloe ra, Jessie Louis 263 Delong, Ronald Joseph 263 Delor Demo Deme Deme Demo ia, Sherree L. Barton 263 rinis, Sandra 263 nt, William Leon 263,107 re, Jon Robin 263 ville, Brent 263 Dempsey, Elaine 263 Dendle, Elmer George Jr. 263 ll, Ronald Len 263 Collins Collins , Charles Raymond 266 , Donald Jackson 266 Collins, Donna Jean 266 Collins, Hammond Reynolds 266 Compton, Johnny Lee 266 Compton, Richard Jefferson 266 Conley, Evans Quinn 266 Conner, Donald Earl 266 Conner, Teresa Diane 266 ras, Alma P. Vega 266,86 DeWees, Nancy Jo 263 DeWitt, Elizabeth B. 263 Dews, Kathy D. 262 Dicke, Emma Elisa 262 Dickehut, Paddy Sue 46,61 Dickerson, Dale Ann 262 Dickinson, Robert Gentry 262 Dickson, Rebecca A. Simcik 262 Dierschke, Glenn Emmanuel 262 Dierschke, Monroe Paul Jr. 262,59 Cook, Janet Leigh 266 Cook, Randy 138 Cook, Regina Faye 266 Cooke, Francis Kay 266 Cooke, Relda Jane Schmidt 266 Cooksey, Candace Sue 265 Cooper, Ellen Candice 265,249,66,67 Copeland, Bobbie Jean 265,26,33 Dierschke, Patricia Diana 262 Dietel, Rosemarie 262 Dippel, Charlene 262 Dittmar, Delores Ann 262 Ditto, Dianna M. 262,180 Dixon, Curtis Waymond 262 Dobb Dobb ins, Velma Sue 262 s, David Wayne 261 Dobler, Kathleen Marie 261 Dodd, Kathryn Louise 77,95,164 Darrance, Craig Ronald 261 Daugherty, Norman Eugene 261 Douglas, Elizabeth Ann 261 Dowd, Donna Catherine 261 Downey, Beth Fern 261 Doyal, Bobby Dean 150 Doyal, Terry Neal 261 Dragos, Patti Eilene 261 Drake, Debra Jane 261 Draper, Mary Ann 261 Dringman, David Bruce 261 Drueckhammer, Donna Mae 261 Ducote, Jean 261 Duff, James Paul 261,63 Dufrain, Walter Floyd Jr. 261 Duke, Flora Ann 261 Duke, Mary Lupe 261 Duncan, Terry Lee 139 Dunlap, Mark Randall 261 Dunn, Gayle Ann 260,66,67 Dunn, James Leo 85 Dunn, Joy Lee 260 Durst, Teddy Edward 260,77 Dusek, Bob William 260 Dusek, Calvin James 260 Dutton, John Ross 260,77 Dyches, Gary Dole 260 Dyer, Robert Donald 260 Dyer, Roger Glen 260 Dyess, Tommy 260 6 Earhart, Darrell 107 Easterwood, Connie Gaile B. 260,246 Ebeling, Judith Dee 260 Eckerman, Michael Alan 77 Eckhardt, Robert 46,64 Edburg, Penny Zemma 260 Edwards, Margo Elizabeth 260 Edwards, Raylynn 260 Eggemeyer, Lorene Marie 260 Elder, Grady Lee 260 Elliott, Morris Walter 260 Ellis, Leslie Edward 260 Ellis, Lowell Deon 260 Ellis, Lynn Berton 260 Ellison, Edna Darlene 260 Ellsworth, Perry Kent 260 Elrod, Diana Louise 260 Ely, Randon Bond 260 Emanuel, Dale Allen 260 Emanuel, Yvonne Carol 261 Emfinger, Lee 148 England, Marilyn Gail 260 Englert, Ralph Alfred 260 Englert, Susan Joyce 260 English, Jesse Wilburn 260 Enriquez, Mary E. Robles 260 Ensminger, David Wayne 260 Ensor, Delma Anna Qualls 260 Epperson, Arthur W. Jr. 260,47 Epps, Deborah Faye 259 Ericson, E. Linnea 259 Escobedo, lda C. 259 Escue, Freddie Lee 73 Eubanks, Joy Lee 259 Eustis, Stevan Donald 259,65 Evans, Mary 259 Evans, Sue Ann 250,121 Everheart, Cynthia Holman 259 Everheart, Everet Eugene 259 Evridge, Janie 259 Evridge, Mary Margaret 259,22,161 Evridge, Susan Louisa 259 Failing, Kathleen Ann 259,66 Fairly, John Blaine 250,65 Fannon, M. Carolyn Pearce 71 Faris, Robert Whitney 65 Farley, Beverly Ernestine 259 Farrar, Susan Louise 259 Fought, Larry Reed 259 Faulkenberry, Sue C. Hewitt 259 Fava, Felipe 259 Fawcett, Diana Rochelle 54 Featherston, Shela Fay 259 Fellows, Sheryl 259 Felton, Bobbie Bernice 259 Felts, Linda Kay 259 Fernandez, Ana Moria 259 Fernandez, Grace 61 Field, Douglas Ray 259 Fielder, Fred Wayne 259 Fields, Vance Winfrey 259,65 Finch, Clayton Ray 259 Fincher, Leona Merle 259 Finley, Lewis Wayne 259 Fischer, Nelda Faye 259,42,61 Fisher, Anna Christine 259 Fisher, Jack Leroy 259 Fisher, Jane Earl 259 Flaherty, Mary Elizabeth 259 Flanagan, Keith Gary 258 Flanagin, Thomas David 258 Fletcher, Claude Jr. 258,34 Flint, William Bruce 258 Flores, Dan Deleon 258 Flores, Erlindo 259 Flores, Joseph F. 56 Flores, Julia Guerrero 258 Flores, Mary Lou 258 Flowers, Dutch 138,47,139,141 Floyd, Charles Michael 258 Fluth, Janet Clare 258,66 Fly, Lyndon Bruce 258 Flynt, Herrell Byron 258,64 Ford, Billy John 258 Ford, Charles David 52 Forester, Jerry Don 162 Foster, Charlotte 258 Faster, David Edwin 257,86,63 Foster, Sherrilynn Kaye 257,78 Fox, Denise Carolyn 257 Fox, Pamela Kaye 257 Fox, Tom M. 107 Franke, Ann Marie 257 Franke, Wayne Thomas 19,46,64 Franken, Glen Darden 257 Franklin, Wilson Dale 257 Fraser, Nancy 257,164 Freasier, Larry Allen 257 Frederick, Chris B. 257 Free, Ronnie Mack 257 Freeman, Bobbie Jo 257 Freeman, Dale 35 Freeman, Garlon Dale 257,90 Freeman, Linda Sue 257 Freeman, Lisa Minnette 257 French, Marion Glyn 257 Frerich, Louise Ann 257,55 Frerich, Tony Carl 256,74 Fritz, Jeanette Marie 256 Fry, Cynthia 256,48 Fry, Daphnia Marcelle 256 Fry, Richard Lewis 256 Frysak, Sharon Gail 256 Fuchs, Dolores Ann 256 Fuchs, Doris Ann 256 Fuchs, Freddy Joe 83,90 Fuentes, Albert P. 256 Fulgham, Nancy Cunningham 256 Fulghum, David Allen 256 Gaines, Gary Alan 99,106,107,119 164 Gaines, Sharon F. Hicks 256 Galindo, Adelita 256 Galindo, Delma Letticia 256 Gandy, Mary Jean Roberts 256 Garcia, Adelle Alvarado 256 Garcia, George A. 256 Garcia, Johnny Zambrano 256 Garcia, Leonor 256 Garcia, Maria Antoinette 256,66 Garcia, Martin Berlangas 256 Garcia, Sabina 256 Garrett, Nolan Wayne 256,86 Garrison, Molly S. Wofford 256 Garvey, Deborah Ann 256 Garza, Julia Delarosa 256 Gay, Ronald Craig 256 George, John Michael 256 Gerloff, Cathy F. McGinnis 256 Gerngross, Gary James 256 Gerrells, Marsha Jo 256 Geuea, Johnnie L. 256 Gibbs, Marsha E. 256 Gilbert, Donald Keith 256,65 Gilbert, Roger W. 256 Gill, H. Ernest Jr. 46,63 Gill, Ralph Morgan 255,68,76 Gist, Johnnie Sue Hyatt 255 Glodden, Cecil Patrick 255,64 Glaeser, George Henry 255 Gloss, Burnell William 255 Glass, Mary Helen 255 Glasscock, William Andrew 255 Gleitman, John Lynn 255,55 Godwin, Karen Jo Bolkum 255 Hamm Goedrich, Diana Faye 255 Golson, James Barton 255 Gonzales, Martha Martinez 255 Gonzalez, Sammy 255,138,l40,141,142 Goodwin, Gary Earl 255 Gordano, Nanette Ann 255 Gossett, David Allen 255 Gotcher, Gay Laine 255 Gotcher, Jackie Lindell 255 Gottschalk, Eddie Marie 255,85 Grafa, Steven Nance 254 Graham, Gwendola Sue 254 Graham, Reanna 254 Graham, Susan Kay 254,61 Graham, Vicki Carlene 254 Granada, Amador Carrasco 254 Grantham, Rosalind Gail 254 Graves, Deborah Ann 62 Graves, Michael Edmond 254 Gray, Earl Wayne 254 Gray, Rebekah Lynn 254,35 Green, Gwyn Ellen 254 Haley, Johnny Mack 253 Halfmann, Bruce Alois 253 Holfmann, Donnie Lee 253 Halfmann Glen Kenneth 253 Halfmann 162, 1 52' Halfmann, Joyce Marie 253 Halfmann, Judy Ann 252 Halfmann, Michael Wayman 252 Halfmann, Pamela Jane 252 Halfmann, Roland Ross 208 Halfmonn, Sharon Gayle 252 Halfmann, William J. 252 Hall, James Ray 252 Hall, Patricia Ann 252 Hall, Susan Lynette 252 Hall, Susan Lynn 252 Hallmark, David Ann 252 Hamilton, James 252 Hamilton, Michael Newton 252 Hamilton, Raymond Lewis 252 it, Rhonda Jane 252 ' Janice Marie 253,72,77,94, Head, Linda Kay 250 Head, Linda May 250 Hegefeld, Kerry Chris 250 Heidleberg, Robert Haley 249 Heinze, Marilyn Jo 249,78,95 Helmers, Deborah Jane 249 Henderson, Brenda Kaye 249 Henderson, Brenda S. Brentz 66,67 Henderson, Janet Lou 249 Henderson, Randy Butch 249 Hendrix, Burkley Joseph 249 Hendrix, Paul Gail 249,94 Hendrix, Vallene Kay 249 Henslee, Patricia J. Keyes 249,77,83 Hensley, Sam Lennon 249 Herbold, Diana Ruth 249 Hernandez, Delia 249 Herndon, Bobby Gene 249 Herndon, Clarence W. 249 Herrera, Charlene 249 Herrera, Heraclio Navarro 249 Herring, Pamela Faye 249 Green Green, Green, Rickie Otis 254 Sharon L. Fredeck 254 Green, Green, , Sharon Lynnette 75 Sherri Merlene 254,46,66,90 Vicki Flores 254 Jernigan, Carroll Gaylon 244,49,108 Greening, Ann R. 254 Greening, Michael Wayne 254,59 Gregg, Garland Dale 254 Gregory, Bobby E. 254 Gregston, Alan Grady 254 Griffin, Gene Everett 77 Griffin, Harry John 254,47,108,138, 140,141 Griffo, Glenn 59 Gritta, Pamela Ann 254 Guebara, Pete Delgado 254 Guerrero, Julio Golan 254 Gulden, Charles Arthur 254 Gully, Charles Edward 253 Gully, Jerome Frank 253 Guthrie, Jessie M. Jr. 253,63 Gutierrez, Modesto S. Jr. 253 Gutierrez, Robert Uranga 253 Guy, Nancy Rose 253 Gwyn, Richard Armor 253 Ha Chi, Ping 253,77 Haas, James Ronald 253 Hahn, Elwin Andrew 253 Hail, Deborah Ann 91 Hail, Gene Warren 253,59 Hail, Michael Wayne 34 Hale, Michael Vaughan 253,65 Hamrick, Charles Thomas 252 Hancox, Michael Ray 252 Haney, Sandra Kay Phillips 252 Hanna, Jerome Edward 252 Hanson, Richard Dean 252 Hanson, Sandra Kay 252 Hanz, Maureen Carol 252 Harbour, Dorothy Kay 252 Hargrove, Connie H. Hill 252,181 Harlow, David Randall 252 Harlow, Grady Michael 252,77 Harmon, Judy Gayle 252,54 Harrell, David Carrell 252 Harrington, Larry Don 252 Hess, Margaret Rose 249 Heumier, Timothy Alan 249,81 Heyman, Sharon Louise 249 Hibbitts, Jeffery Norton 249 Hickey, Phyllis Anne 249 Hurst, Joseph Lynn 245 Hurt, Lauretta Jane 245 Hutcheson, Debra Ruth 245 Hutchinson, Martha Ann 245 Hutto, Gary Lynn 245 Ingham, Dorothy Marie 244,66,208 Ingram, Michael Robert 244 Irby, Billy Gene 244,6B,76 Isabel, Betty Louise 244,66 Isabel, Edna Lucille Berry 244 Isbell, Janice 244 Isbell, Mary Jeannine 244 Ivey, Juanita A. Franklin 244 Ivey, Roy 42 Ivy, Candace Mae 244 Ivy, Jana Gay 244 lvy, William Carroll 68 Harris , Buddy 81 Harris, Deborah Lee 252 Harris, Ronnie Mack 252 Harris, Sharon Lavon 252 Harris Harris Harris on, Bobby Wayne Jr. 252 on, Charles Eugene 252 on, David Earl 252,145,59 Harrison, Rex Hall 251 Harrod, Margaret Ellen 251 Harrod, Mary Lillian 251 Hartman, Condry 251,147 Hartman, Doyn Ray 251 Harvison, Terry 251 Harvey, Thomas Richard 251 Harwell, Tommye Sue Price 251 Harzke, Paul Woodrow Jr. 251 Haun, Janeen Clements 33,89 Havlak, Maurice 68 Havlak, Sandra Kay 250 Havlak, Susan Faye 250 Hawkins, Margaret Ann 250 Hayden, Judy Marie 250 Hazel, George Bryan 250 Head, Katherine Michiel 250 Hicks, Betty L. Sullivan 249 Hicks, Larry Glenn 249 Hicks, Robert Dean 249 Hicks, Russell Dale 249 Higgins, Barbara Jean 249 Higgins, John Scott 248 Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Arthur Leroy 248 Don Ervin 248,36 Gary Randall 248 Johnny Lee 248 Kenneth Ray 248 Mark Lamont 248,36 Patricia Ann 248 f Willie Arthur 24a,i34,i29,i36, 128,130 Hinds, Jacky Don 248 Hinds, Max Wayne 248 Hines, Terry Lane 248 Hipp, Claudia Ann 248 Hirt, Ronald William 248 Hirt, Steven Dale 248 Hobbs, Marie Elaine 248 Hodapp, Karla Gayle 248,62 Hoelscher, Cynthia Gail 248 Hoelscher, Karen Anne 247 Hoelscher, Linda Jane 247,78 Hoelscher, Patricia Ann 247 Hoelscher, Phyllis Yvonne 247 Hoerres, Patti Lorraine 247 Hogg, Marva Lee 246,18 Hohensee, Jerry Glyn 246 Hohensee, Ronald James 246 Holik, Eddie Frank 246 Holik, Frank Joseph Ill 246 Holik, Fraron Emil 246 Holland, Don Odom 246 Holland, Scott Edward 246,49,73 Hollis, Thomas Lee 246 Holmes, Pamla Annette 246,46 Holmes, Zella Diane 246 Hooker, Michael Reid 246 Hooper, Linda Ruth 246 Hooten, James Thomas 246 Hope, Donna Kay 246,61 Hoppe, Charlotte Sue 246 Hopper, Donna Kay Kincaid 246 Horak, Marilyn Joe 246 Horlak, Sandra 73 Horton, David Otho 246 Horton, Steve Garry 246 Hoskins, Michael Preston 246 Houck, Sharon Lynn 246,32,277,30 Houston, Pamelia Lynn 246 Howard, Brenda Elaine 246 Hower, Larry Richard 49 Hubbell, Carl Edward 246 Hubble, Renette Dalene 246 Huchton, Donald Frank 246 Huchton, Joseph M. 246 Huchton, Kenneth A. 246 Huddleston, Randy Michael 68 Hudson, Dow Thomas 246 Huerta, Felix Diaz 245,144 Huff, Kathryn Lynn 245,42,66 Huffaker, Gary Lee 245,59 Huffman, Jo Beth 245 Huffman, Kathy Alice 245 Huffman, Mary Sue 245 Hughes, Karen Kay 245 Hughes, Marion 245 Huling, Gregory Sanford 245,68 Huling, James Marshall Jr. 245 Humphrey, Jane Elizabeth 245 Humphrey, Jean Louise 245 Humphreys, Gary Wayne 245 Hunter, Herbert Alan 245,77 Hunter, Thomas Remegius 245 Jackson, Arthur Charles 244 Jackson, Betty A. McCain 244 Jackson, Carolyn E. M. 244,18 Jackson, John Richard 244 Jackson, Lane Odell 244 Jackson, Wanda Faye 244,47 Jacoby, Jacoby, James, Jaques, Jarrell, Jenning Billy Ray 244,58 Suzanne 244 Bonnie Louise 244 Rudy 244,93 Gloria Jane 244 s, larry Wayne 244 Jernigan, Mike 244 Jeter, Lottie Treva 244,39 Jimenez, Ismael lnacio 244 Johns, Joanna Lynn 244 Johnson, Chandra Yvonne 244 Johnson, Clay Anderson 33 Johnson, Linda Dianne 244 Johnson, Patti Lau 243 Johnson, Rufus Lamar 244,47 Johnson, Ruth Ann 243 Johnsto n, Freddie Harrison 243,64 Jones, Amanda Moore 243,72 Janes, Byron Dwaine 243,63 Jones, Larry Dee 243,65 Jones, Linda Susan 243 Jones, Nila Geon 243 Jones, Peggye F. McDonald 243 Jones, Richard Hill 243 Jones, Rita Gail 243 Jones, Wallace Houston 243,203 Jones, Wendell Mike 243 Jordan, Jordan, Joseph, Martha Jane 67 Ralph Eli Jr. 68,141 Janis Terese 243 Juliff, Walter David Ill 142 Kacal, Kathy Linn Sigman 243 Kacal, Kenneth Eugene 243 Kahlig, Joyce Annette 243 Kane, Dennis E. 54 Kane, Prestidge Lee 243 Kane, Ralph Bowman 243 Kapavik, Alma Jo 242 Karnes, Karnes, Kasper, Kassel I, Suzanne Stewart 242 William Drake 242 Rena Darlene 242 June Lorraine 242 Keating, John Brady 242 Keel, Joe David 242,108,110 Keeling, Deborah Joyce 242 Keeling, William Forest 242 Keeney, Kenneth Wayne 242 Keesee, Dana Richard 242,'l24,134, 129,125,126,128 Keesling, Sylvia Diane 242 Keller, Kelley Kelley, Kelley Kathleen 242 Ann Elizabeth 242 Karen June 242,44,45,77.157 Randie Lou 242 Kelly, Sheila Ann 45,46 Kemper, James Fredrick 242 Kennedy, Mary Ella Rodgers 242 Kerr, Larry J. 242 Kessler, Harriet Ann 242 Noles, Key, Richard Gene 242 Keyser, Colleen Ann 242 Kidd, Kenneth William 242 Kiesling, Lynn Duane 242 Kilgore, Michael Don 242,59 Killough, Cletes Wayne 242 Kinard, Terry Mac 242,99,101,108 King, Barbara J. Herron 71 King, Brenda Joyce 242 King, Jerry Dan 242,77,63 King, Robert Joseph Jr. 63 King, Thomas Wayne 68 Kingsfield, Linda Kae 242 Kinsey, Martha Ann 241 Kirby, Jerry Eugene 241 Kirby, Martha J. Fulenwider 241 Kirby, Martha Louise 241 Kirkendall, Mary Jane Cox 241 Kirkham, Judy Frances 241 Kirking, Alfred Clifford 241 Kirkpatrick, Charles A. 24l,2B,34 Kiser, Sandra C. 241 Kite, James Odis 241 Klattenhoff, Larry Wayne 241 Kleppner, Sherry 241 Kling, Claudia J. Sheppard 241 Knapp, Linda Lou 244 Knickerbocker, Beniamin R. 241 Kniffen, Rita Danice 241 Knight, Ronnie Dale 241 Knapp, Melissa Joan 241 Knowlton, Kelly Bruce 241,77,81 Knox, Cynthia Sue 241 Kocich, Marcus Andrew 241 Kohutek, Blake Anthony 241 Kollmyer, Alan Joe 241,77 Koontz, Shelly T. 241,73 Kothmann, Ava J. Dahlberg 241 Kraatz, Shelih Lucrecia 61 Krupala, Judy Lanell 241 Kubala, Donnie Ray 241 Kubinsky, John Michael 241,132,136, 131 Kuiawski, Daniel Wayne 241 Kuiawski, Jeanette Carolyn 241,78,80, 41 Kunkel, Jeanine Ann 44,159 Kusenberger, Diane Lynn 241 Kuss, Allen Frank 241 Kuss, Leonard James 241 Kuykendall, Allen Jerrel 240 Kuykendall, Vickey Elane 240 Kyees, Bertha Nell 27 Kyser, Betty Ann Ashley 240 Lacy, Robert Christian 240 Lakey, Denise Camille 240 Lamb, Kathleen A. McKenzie 240 Lampkin, Patsy Rene 240 Lancaster, Cheryl Vonette 240 Lancaster, Juliann 240 Lance, Connie Ryiean 240 Land, Kenneth Arland 240 Landfried, Kenneth Roland 240 Lane, Clyde Edward 240 Lane, George Martin 240 Lanehart, Charles Winston 240 Lewallen, Robert Linden 239,77 Lewis, Barbara Jean 239 Lewis, Belinda 239 Lewis, Linda Rae 237 Lewis, Marcia Alison 237 Lewis, Terry Ann 237,67 Lewright, Jack Lloyd Jr. 237 Leyva, Jesse 237 Lichnovsky, Randy Wayne 237 Ligon, Deborah Sue 237 Lilly, Margaret Ann 237 Linthicum, Lisa 237 Lippe, Lydia Ruth 237 Lippe, Paul Karl 52 Lissner, Mary Lindora 237,181 Little, Delta Ann 237 Lively, Sherry Ann 237 Lloyd, Roger William 237,82 Lockleor, Jamie Leesa 237 Lockwood, Vickee Lee 236 Laika, Larry F. 236 Laika, Mary Eugenia 236,62 Long, Ann Reynolds Dingler 236,164 Long, Charles Edward 236 Long, Edwin Keith 236 Long, Eugene Lawrence Jr. 236 Lopez, Filimon 236 Lopez, Rosa Maria 236 Loudon, Marilee 236 Love, Franklin Andrew 236,65 Love, Mollie Gail 236,67 Love, Ronald Wayne 236,35 Love, Shirley Sue 236 Lowe, Dana Susan 62 Lowery, Donald Ray 236 Lowery, Lee Dale 236 Loyola, Carlos Miiarez 236 Loyola, Vincent Miiares 236 Lucas, Katherine Louise 236,47,72 Luckenbach, Jerry Max 236 Lugo, Johnny Moreno 56 Lumbley, David Carl 236 Lummus, Jimmie Don 65,121 Luna, Richard Authur 236 Lundeen, Carol Ann 236 Lundgren, Barbara Winn 26 Lynch, David Michael 236 Lynch, Jimmie Gayle 236,37 Lynch, Raymond Jr. 236,41 mC McAfee, Cindy Jean 236 McAnally, Douglas Menn 236 McAnally, Jim Thomas 236,149 McBeth, Betty Gay 234 McBeth, Dennis Hoyt 236,74 McBride, Mary June 234 McBroom, Thomas Wayne 234,203, 81,73 McCabe, Jeffrey Carson 234 McCarrall, Larry Elgene 234 McCaw, Mike E. 234 McClain, Terry F. 234,43 McClellan, Donna Gay 234 McClellan, Marcos Lee 234,24 McClement, James 234 McClement, Margaret A. 234 McKay, Donald Carroll 59 McKay, Ronnie Arthur 233 McKee, Steven 233 McKeever, Ronnie Ray 233,58 McKenzie, Wayne Hugh 233 McKinney, Donna Lynn 233 McKinney, Drake Laine 233 McKinney, Randall Everett 233,76 McLean, Sarah Delang 233 McMeans, John Russell 233 McMillan, James Loren 233 McMillan, Marsha 233 McMillan, Susan Maureen 233,67 McMillan, Steven Grant 233,59 McNair, Lee Alan 233 McNatt, William Charles 233 McPeters, Timothy E. 233 McRae, Charles Richard 233 McSwain, Thomas Francis 233 McWhorter, Joe Dale 233 McWilliams, Bobby Don 232 McWright, Carles Randall 232 ITI Mackey, Marifrances Harper 232 Maier, Charles Harvey 232 Malitz, John Alan 232 Maneval, Mark Wilson 100,102,107, 115,117 Manns, M. Dianne Gerth 232 Manship, Gregory Garvis 232 Mapes, Kerry Dell 232 Marcum, Alfred L. 232 Marecek, James Allen 70 Marines, Leticia 57 Markee, Donald Eugene 232 Marsala, James Wallace 232 Marshall, Tara Kathleen 232,36 Marthiliohni, Joseph Otis 99,100,119 Martin, Betty Jean Calcote 232 Martin, Brenda Marlene 232 Martin, Charlie Jim Jr. 232 Martin, Jackie Waylon 100,106,111, 1 15,156 Martin, James Michael 232 Martin, Kevin Joseph 232,69 Martin, Roy Dale Jr. 232 Martin, Terry Lee 232 Martinez, Manuel Sosa 232 Martinez, Martha Amalia 232 Martinez, Mary Frances 232,57 Martinez, Mary Jane 232,57 Mason, Susan Kay 232 Mathews, Glenda J. Parson 232 Mathews, Hubert Daniel 231 Mathews, James Preston 102,110,111 Mathis, Loy Ann 231 Matson, Larry Glen 46,64,65 Matthews, John Paul 231 Matthiesen, Judith Helen 231 Matthiesen, Peggy Ruth 231 Moxie, Frank David 231 Maxwell, William Steven 231 May, Peggy 231 May, Daniel Richardson 231,69 Mayer, Wade Alan 231 Mayes, Deborah Jo 231 Monroe, Lorenzo Daw Jr. 230 Monroe, Marsha Ann 230 Montgomery, Chris Doose 230 Montgomery, Georgia Cheryl 230 Montgomery, Truett Neal 58 Moore, Angie Neill 230 Moore, Billy Gene 230 Moore, Brenda Joyce Bates 230 Moore, Dorman Wayne 230 Moore, Frances Elaine 230 Moore, Frederick Stanley 277,36,89 164,35 Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Janie Ruth 230,62 Larry Ray 230,111 Loyd Francis 230 Michael Dale 230,59 Noah Joseph IV 230 Morin, Bonnie Kay 230 Morris, Morris, Morris, Morris, Brett Lloyd 230 Gary Wayne 158 James E. 230 Ray Eugene 229 Morrison, Richard Stroth 229 Morse, Robert A. 59 Mortensen, Dallas Ilene 229 Mortensen, Rayde Warren 229 Moseley, Melody Ann 229 Mosley, Don 229 Moss, Ricky Thomas 229 Motl, C hristine Yvonne 239 Motl, Gary Martin 229 Motl, Joyce Marie 229 Mullins, Frankie Lynn 239 Multer, Marsha Ann 239,196 Mund, Corine Kay 239 Munn, Sally May 239 Murphy, Michael Greer 229 Murray, Cornelius E. Jr. 229 Murray, Mary Frances 229,62 Mussatto, Deborah Susan 229 Musta, Charles Anthony 65 Musta, Donald Joseph 229 Mutschink, Karen Lyn 229 Myers, Richard F. 229 Nabers, Robert Dewey 229 Nations, Michele Anne 229,26 Nava, Mary Ellen 57 Nedzwecki, Kathleen E. 229 Neely, Neighb Robert Lawrence 229 ors, Philip Arthur 229 Neill, Peggy Osbourn 229,46,61 Nelson, Gary Lynn 229 Nelson, Jeanette Gayle 229,62 Nesbit, Cabot Clay 229 Newsom, Mary Lawren 228 Nichols Nichols Nichols Nixon, Noble, Nobles , Danny Lee 228 , Holena Wozencraft 228 on, Kenneth E. 228 Terry Ann 228 Keith Laray 228 Lydia Gay 228 Nobles, Mary Jo 228 Nobles, Rita Sue 228 Niehues, Roy Werner 228 D iona Sue 228 Lange, Carl James 240 Lange Lange Lange Lange , Debra Kaye 240 , Doyle Francis 240 , Dwaine Charles 240 , Gary Lynn 239 Lange, Jeanie Ann 239 Lange , Marlene Ann 239 Lange, Mary Katherine 239 Lange, Roger Joseph 239 Lange, Susan Gail 239,65 Lange bartel, Steve Jay 141 Lankford, Paul Frederick 239,58 Lankford, Stephen Lynn 239,147 Lanno m, Ruth Elaine 239 Largent, David Fulton 239,59 Larimore, Larry Don 239,69 Laraque, Steven Lane 239 Lasater, Leoma Kay 239,36 Lassetter, David Leslie 239 Lassetter, Ellen D. Turnbow 239 Lauderdale, Sherry Lynn 239 Laurence, Charles Edwin 239 Lawson, Linda Jo 239 Lee, Sandra Anne 239 Leftw ich, Jack Wilson 239 Leggett, John Joseph 239 Leifes Leifes Leifes te, Joan Marie 239 te, Kurtis Fritz 239 te, Margaret A. Hahn 239 Lester, Karen 239 Lewallen, Gary Wayne 239 McClinton, Thomas Edward 234 McClung, William Neill 234,143 McClure, Terry Wayne 234 McClurg, Charles Weaver 234 McCallom, Jerry B. 234 McCollum, Bryan Lynn 234 McCollum, Trudy Kay 234,67 McCoulsky, Kathi 234 McCown, Kathy Farrington 234 McCoy, Leslie Louise 234,24 McCoy, Paula Karen 234 McCulloch, Tommy Leslie 234,143, 144,145,59 McCullough, Janice 234 McCutchen, Philip Keith 234,148 McDaniel, Brenda O. Nunn 234 McDaniel, Thomas Richard 69 McDonald, Charles D. 234 McDonald, Dorothy Ann 234 McDonald, Joe Lynn 234 McDonald, Phillip Lynn 234 McDorman, Thomas Dean 233 McDurmitt, Dan Lee 233 McElroth, Vic 233,150 McEntire, Pamela Ann 233 McGorvey, Robert Burton 46,69 McGowen, Mac Gregory 233,87 McGowen, Randal Martin 233 McGregor, John Webster 46,65 Mclnnis, Wesley T, 233 Mclntire, Connie Joyce 233 McKay, Barbara Ann 233 Mayfield, Mayfield, Richard lvy 231 Robert Bruce Jr. 231 Mays, Pamela Annette 231 Meares, Deborah Joan 231 Mears, Natha Ja 231 Meason, Brenda Sue 231 Medders, Bobby Gwinn 231 Meisler, Glen Alan 231 Menchaca, Ricardo Galan 231 Mercer, Sherian Mertice 231 Merkel, Philip Steven 70 Merrill, Clifton Edwards 231,203 Merriman, Danice McGrohan 231 Merritt, Charlotte Jane 231 Meza, Amelia Torres 231 Michalik, Kenneth Alan 231 Mickelson, Timothy Austin 231 Middlebrook, Randall Dean 231 Middleton, Middleton, Amanda Jane 231 Paula Sue 231 Mikeska, Gary Noel 231 Milam, Mikki Dere 231 Milburn, Lynda Sue 231 Miles, Gary James 231 Miller, Cat Miller, She herine 231,250 rry Kay 273,78 Millican, Teddy Wayne 230 Mitchell, Martha 230 Modgling, Nancigail 230 Moeller, David James 230 Moghadam, Bahram Salimi 230 Mohler, Stacy W. 230 Norlin, John Louis 273,185 Norman, Robert Edward 228 Norris, David Lloyd 228 Norris, Ronald Barron 228 Norwood, Linda Kay 228 Nowlin, Aurora Fae Price 228 Nowlin, James David 228,58 Noyd, Michael R. 228 0 Odom, Debra Jean 228 Odum, Harold Glenn Jr. 228 Oefinger, Cynthia A. 228 Oestreich, Patti Lane 228 Offill, Vickie 228 Ogilvy, Judi Faye 228,62 Ogilvy, Thomas Wingfield 228 Olivares, David 36 Oliver, Emily Sue 227,62 Olsok, Cynthia Kay 227 Olsok, Stephanie Ilene 227 Olson, Allen Eugene 227 O'Neal, Donna Ruth 227,61 Ornelas, Gilbert Lopez 227,44,93, 164,56 Orsak, Jerry Joe 227,120 Orsak, Thomas Calvin 227,98 Phenix, Russell, Barry Lynn 220 Russell, Danny Ray 220 Rust, Frederick William 220 Rutherford, Barry Karl 220 S Sage, Gary Max 220 Salas, Erminia Sandoval 220 Salcido, Eduardo Garcia 220,56 Saldana, Virginia 220 Salvato, Toni Rosanna 220 Samuels, Carroll 47 San Miguel, Armando Joseph 218,142 Ortiz, Clara 67 Osbourn, Joni Meryl 227 Osbourn, Russel Terry 227 Osbaurn, Toni Cheryl 227 Otto, Sarah Emily 227 Peterman, Joy Ella 225 Peters, David Riley 225 Petross, Stan Murice 225 Pittigrew, Terrilee Pearl 225,112,162 Petty, Rebecca Ann 225,78 Cynthia Ann 225 Overstreet, Morris L. 227,274,47,13B, 141 Owens, Dennis D. 77 Owens, Hedy Jean 227,121 Owens, Shiela 226 Owens, Sherry Leigh 226 Owens, Susan Carol 226 Owens, Terryl Ann 226 Owusu, Joshua 140,141 Ozee, Be cki Ann 226,54 Powell, Madelaine Ann 223 Pace, Lonnie Charles 81 Pagan, Rodney Wayne 226 Palmer, Wayne Lee 236 Palmas, Oconnsa G. Parker 226 Pankey, Katrina Gail 122 Pape, Delbert D. 226 Pape, Mark Wayne 226,77 Parker, Cynthia Jeanne 226 Parker, Gail Marie 226 Parker, Randy Dean 226,111 Parker, Richard Kevin 69 Parks, Jeffrey Mark 226 Parks, Larry Dane 226 Parr, Kristie Phyllis 226,78 Parry, Norma lone 226,62 Paschal, Seldon Reese 226 Pherigo, Robert Wayne 225,23,112,158 Phillips, Jackie Carlene 225 Phinney, Kenneth Gary 225 Piel, Kathy Marie Cory 225 Pierce, Frances Glenn 225 Pierce, Mickey 225 Pierce, Stanley Thomas 225 Pietzsch, Jerry Don 224 Pipes, Thomas Ike 224 Pirtle, Mary Elizabeth 224 Pitman, Joe Jay 65 Pittard, Mark Armor 224 Pittmon, Gregory Terry 224 Pitts, Danny Ray 224 Pitts, Harold Louis 224 Plant, Patricia Roseann 224 Plaster, John Galen 224 Polk, Charmaine Melinda 224 Pollard, Jon Elizabeth 224 Pool, Billy Cleave 224,69 Porter, Jack 224,203 Porter, James Edward 224 Porter, John Randall 224 Porter, Steven Wayne 224 Porter, William Carl 224 Poulson, Kathy Elizabeth 224 Pounds, Brenda Ann 62 Pounds, Danna Jeannette 224 Powe, William August 224 Patton, F Patterson , Brent Lee 226 Patterson, Debra Ruth 226 Patterson, James Clifford 226 Patterson, James Randall 226 red Maxwell 226 Powel I, Powell, Edward Lee 132,129,136,128 Larry Neal 223 Powell, Olan Bishop 223 Powell, Powell, Pressly, Thelma J. Walker 223 Weldon Robert 223 Julio Ann 45,48,41,162,288 Price, Gorla Jean 223 Pauley, Rebecca Ann 226 Pavlicek, Donna Lue Taylor 226 Payne, Jerry Wayne 226 Payton, Norma Louise 226 Paz, Jose Roberto Jr. 226 Pealor, Peggy Sue 226 Pearce, Janie Sue 226 Pearson, Karen Lee Bayres 226,29,28, 89,34 Pearson, Kathy Laiuan 226 Pearson, Melissa Ann 226 Pechacek, Sharon Marie 226 Pelzel, Janet Ann 226 Pelzel, Larry Gene 226 Pelzel, Patrick Louis 225 Pena, Lorenzo Gonzales 225 Pender, Vivian Ann 225 Penick, Patti Diette 225 Pennington, Gary Randall 225 Perciful, Dee Ann 225 Perez, Ada Elia 225 Perez, Beniamin Avendano 225 Perez, Sylvia 225 Perkins, Jack William Jr. 225 Perkins, Joy Ann 225 Perkins, Leslie Ann Moore 225 Perkins, Tana Lou 225,65 Perry, Cathy Dyann 225 Perry, David Neil 225,46,68,69 Perry, Sharon Eileen 225,68 Pesina, Ruben Cruz 225 Price, Harold Dean 223,46 Price, William Oliver 223 Priddy, Elizabeth Ann 223 Pride, Rena Mary Charles 223,67 Priess, Brenda Fay 223 Prince, Barbara Diana 223,46,47 Prince, Vickey Karen 223 Proctor, Edwin Ray 223 Proffitt, Leonard Wayne 223 Prosise, Carla J. Schulz 223 Prue, Patricia Whitehurst 223 Pruitt, Nolvia G. Barnes 223 Psencik, E. Dwain 223,94 Psencik, John Lloyd 223 Pullig, Don Wayne 223 Pullin, Glen Allen 223 Purvis, Sandra Lee 223 I' Rabourn, Cynthia Lee 86 Rahiia, John lll 222,65 Ramirez, Benny Ray 222 Ramirez, Charlie Salazar 146 Ramirez, Joe 222 Ramirez , Mary Alice 222 Ramirez, Zeke 222,63 Ramsey, Donna Jo 222 Rasberry, Milton Jean 292 Rasco, Belton D. 222,78 Ratliff, James William 102,112,116 Rauch, Michael Scott 222 Rawlings, Paul Thomas 222,42,46 Roy, Lonnie Robert 222,70 Ray, Walter Lee Jr. 222,75 Rector, Barron Scott 222,143,144 Redman, Susan Jo 222 Reeves, Harvey Leon 222,65 Reeves, Oma L. 222,47 Reichenau, Joan Dee 222 Revell, Jerry W. 222 Rey, Francisco D. 56 Reynolds, Jonathan F. 222 Reynolds, Rebecca 222 Rhea, Billy Ansel 222,59,127,134, 136,126,131 Rhea, Kimberlee Susanne 222 Rhodes, Jacquelyn Ker 222 Rice, Billy Joe 222 Rice, Brent Mitchell 222 Richards, Garland Holt 222 Richards, Marcia 67 Richards, William A. 222 Richardson, John Charles 221 Richardson, Michael Theron 221 Ricks, Connie Lynn 221,153 Riddle, James Richard 221 Riley, Stephen Michael 49,59 Ripley, Michael Lynn 221 Ripple, Rodney Wayne 221 Rivas, Joe 221 Rivers, Deborah Louise 221 Rives, Stephen Edward 221 Rives, William Randolph 221 Roach, Glenn Pierce 221 Roach, J. C. Jr. 221,65 Roarick, Elizabeth Ann 221 Robbins, Portis Samuel 221,63 Robbins, Preston Carol 221 Roberts, James Arnold 221 Robertson, Peggy Ruth 221 Robinson, Cynthia Kay 221 Robinson, Debra Kay 221 Robbinson, Hughbert James 221 Robinson, James Ray 221 Robinson, Thomas Garner 221 Rockwell, Donna Ruth 221 Rodemyer, Thomas Irvin 221 Rodriquez, Janie Marla 221 Roe, Laniece Adell 221 Rogers, Christie 221 Rogers, Gary Wayne 221,69 Rogers, Neil 59 Rogers, Rita Melba 221,26 Rogers, Willie Don 221 Roman, David Allen 220 Roman, lldiko Rose 220 Roper, Maryann Weir 220,71 Rose, Earlie Odus Jr. 220,63 Rose, Judith Gail 220,24,51 Rosenthal, Mary Ann 220 Ross, Rebecca Mae 220 Rosser, William Lynn 220,35 Rosson, Jim Chris 220 Rosson, Robert W. 220 Routh, Paula Gay 220 Rowell, Mary Ruth 220 Rowlette, Mac Alan 220,140 Roycroft, Calla Gay 220 Royder, James Milford 220 Rushing, Randall Avon 220 Sanchez, Jesse Leon 218 Sanchez, Manuel 218 Sanchez, Michael 218 Sanchez, Richard A. 218 Sanchez, Romelia Mary 218 Sanders, Caryn Louise 218 Sanders, Kenneth Foster 218,65 Sanders Sandlin, Sawyer, Sawyer, , Michael Barnett 218 Billie June 218 Vicki Lynn 218 William Vernon 218 Sawyers, Eddy Ross 69 Saxon, Bryant William 217 Schaule, Norman 217 Schertz, Ann Elizabeth 217,67,159 Scherz, William Carl 41 Schmiedekamp, Elvis Joseph 217 Schaubert, Deborah Jo 217 Schneider, Jimmy Randell 69 Schneider, Karen G. Seward 68 Schneider, Timothy Joe 69,75 Schul, Pat Lloyd 217 Schultz, Marvin Edward 217,44,84, 90,1 64,134,135 Schultz, Peter Heinz 217,218 Schwartz, Ernest Louis 217 Schwartz, Orville Lynn 217 Schwertner, Judy Ann 217 Schwertner, Teresa Marie 217 Schwertner, Yvonne Rose 217 Scott, Ben Wayne 217 Scott, David Lynn 217 Scott, David Wyatt 217 Scott, Franky Mc 217,75 Scott, Lela Hill 164 Scott, Margaret Ann Daniel 217 Scott, Nolen Lee 217 Scroggins, Robert L. 59 Scruggs, Ruth Ann 217 Seay, Patricia Jo Baxter 217 Sefcik, Jerry Lynn 217 Seidel, Daniel F. 217 Sellers, Bill Cooper 217 Service, Johnny Howard 217 Shahon, Debra D. Fought 217 Shahon, James Keith 217 Shahon, Katherine Jo. 217 Shahon, Van B. 217 Sharpe, Donna Jo 217,91 Sharpes, Richard C. 216 Shatto, Jimmy Ray 216 Shelby, Jacqueline Dazey 216 Shelton, Steven Robert 216 Shepard, Rex Burton 65 Sherman, Londa Joan 216 Shibata, Naoaki 216,126 Shima, Yoko 216 Shirey, Nargil 216,46 Shook, Diana Joyce 216 Shoults, Shuster, Vesta Harrison 216 Robert Bradley 216,65 Simcik, Janet Louise 216 Simmons, Deborah Jane 216 Simmons, Jo Nell 216 Simpson, Steve Alan 216,181 Sims, Bobby Lawrence 162,58 Sims, John Michael 215 Singletary, Charles Robert 215 Singleton, Carolyn Ruth B. 215 Singleton, James Clayton 215 Skelton, David Lynn 215 Skidmore, Scott Anthony 126 Skinner, Marsha Glyn 215 Slagle, Suzanne 215 Slaughter, Mercer Timothy 65 Slaughter, Sandra Gayle 215 Slaughter, Ysleta Jean 67 Sloan, Claudia Leigh 215 Slone, Doved Lee 215 Smee, Patti Marie 215 Smetana, Ronnie Andrew 215 Smith, Andrea W. 215 Smith, B abby David 215 Smith, Calvin Mack 215 Smith, Curtis Charles 215 Smith, David Wayne 215 28 86 Onucs THE E args C9 Rllfforn r WCS C , xii 3' onlllllili 2 1 so 'T frost ,Mg Smith, Dwayne Cole 215 Smith, Floyd Earl 215 Smith, Gail Green 215 Smith, Glenda Nell 215 Smith, Hamer Lawrence 215 Smith, Jacqueline Gayle 47 Smith, James Allan 42 Smith, Jerry Dan 215 Smith, John Pierce Jr. 215 Smith, Kathy 215 Smith, Larry Don 215 Smith, Larry Joe 215 Smith, Lauren Ja 215,47 Smith, Michael Thompson 215,65 Smith, Milburn Ashley 215 Smith, Phyllis Jane Ray 215 Smith, Rebecca Lane 215 Smith, Richard Duwayne 215 Smith, Robbie Jane 215 Smith, Robert Lee Jr. 214 Smith, Sheila Ann 214 Smith, Stacia Dee 214 Smith, Stanley Daun 214,58 Smith, Vick Edward 214,100,112 Smith, Sacha, Willie Marcus Jr. 214 Larry Joe 214 Sacha, Margie Jane 214 Sonnenberg, Philip Q. 214 Sarrells, Sue Carol 214 Sorrels, John William 214 Sparks, Charles Scott 214 Sparling, Edward Alexander 214,63 Specht, Robert Allan 214 Spencer, Kenneth Wayne 214 Spieker, Clarence Howard 70 Spiers, Mark Erwin 214 Spaants, Gary Scott 65 Spriggs, Johnny Lee 47,127,134,135, 129,136,125,126,128,130 Springer, Lara Lau Pierce 214 Springer, Ronald Baldwin 214 Springer, Ray Ellis 214 Srader, Jack Harlon 214,19,46,58,159 Stacy, Roy Lee 214 Stamper, Delia D. Holguin 214 Stanford, Patti Sue 214 Stanford, Terry Lynn 214 Stanley, Alan Dale 213 Stanley, Laurentia Kartes 71 Stanley, Lynn Dale 213 Starkey, Alonzo Lycurgus 213,27 Stosey, Maribeth 213 , Steele, Mark William 213 Stephens, Aaron 213 Stephens, Cherry Blair 213 ills Stephens, Mary Ann 213,160 Stephens, Thomas Charles 213 Stephenson, Rebecca Jane 213,19 Sterling, Patricia 213 Sternard, Rodney Robert 213 Stevens, Charlie Mack 213 Stevens, Marc Edwin 213 Stevens, Perry Leslie 213 Stewart, Janet Ruth 213 Stewart, Susan Marie 213 Stewart, William Earl 213 Stinnett, David Alan 65 Stinnett, James Kenneth 33 Stirl, Ralph Eugene 213 Stirl, Shirley Diane 213,85 Stone, Chrisler Lee 212,69 Stoner, Anita Diane 212 Stout, Deborah Ann Elder 212 Stout, Robert Gordon 212,59 Stovall, Charles 212,65 Stovall, Nancy Laverne 212 Strahl, David Lynn 212,65 Strickland, Lillian Kay 212 Stricklin, Glenda Sue 212 Strom, Glynn Wayne 212 Strom, Karen Sue Matheny 212 Stroud, Jaylyn Kaye 212,78 Stroud, Vicki Lynn 212 Strube, Thomas Dale 212 Stuart, Patti Regae 212 Sturm, Michael Paul 212 Stutts, Gary Albert 212 Sugg, Suzanne P. Pohleman 164 Sullivan, Melinda 212,202 Sullivan, Mike Ray 110 Sullivan, Thomas John 212 Summers, Don Alan 212 Suriff, Jerome Louis 212 Surrort, Michael Lee 212 Susaraba, Connie R. Probst 212 Sutton, Janice Louise 212 Sutton, Jay Scott 212 Sutton, Thomas Gene 212 Swenson, Curt Dexter 212 Swink, Donnie Lee 212 1 Talafuse, Shela Jan 212 Talamantes, Arthur E. 212 Talamantes, Elia 212 -M-law Talley, John Harmon 212 Talley, Robert Wyn 212 Tallman, Donald Wilson 212 Tallon, Judith Annette 212 Tankersley, Phillip Lynn 212 Tansil, Mark Hall 77,34 Tarter, Flora Bell 211 Tarter, Margaret Ann 211 Tatsch, Dennis Lee 211 Tawater, Linda Sue 211,46,66,67,160, 58 Taylor, Barbara Ann 211 Taylor, Dan Charles 211 Taylor, Johnny Webb 211 Taylor, Robert Ronald 211,29 Taylar, Robert Stephen 211 Taylor, Wanda Verlene 211 Teal, Martha Jo 211,158 Teller, Mary Ann 211 Tennis, Tommy Everett 211 Terrazas, Leonel P. 211,56 Terry, Gayle A. 211 Terry, Steven West 211 Terry, Timothy Mark 211 Thacker, Wennia Mae Moore 211 Theriot, Melody Ann 211 Thiel, David William 211,69,122 Thieman, Mark H. 64,65 Thomas, Randy Gene 69 Thomas, Robert Wayne 211 Thomas, Sharon Joy Roberts 211 Thomas, William David 211 Thomason, Danna Carol 211 Thorne, Eugenia Elaine 211 Thornton, Richard Eugene 210 Tiner, William Elvis 210 Tinnerello, Cassandra 86 Talle, Patti Ruth 210 Tomlin, Becky Ann 210 Tompkins, Jean Anne 210 Tooke, Dexter Keith 210 Torres, James Escobedo 178 Torres, Ricardo 210,90 Torrez, Linda M. 210 Tounget, Donna Louise 210 Trantham, Sammy Ray 210 Traugott, Joseph Stacy 210 Treadway, Lonnie Richard 210 Treadwell, Donald Edward 210,213, 203 Trevathan, Jennifer Lee 210 Trevino, Esther 210,67 Trimble, Jimmie Dean 210 Troicak, Nancy Carol 210 Troicok, Patrick George 210 Trowbridge, Alton Dwayne 210 Trowbridge, Benny Cleve 210 Trowbridge, Denice Daniel 210 Trowbridge, Harlan George 210,63 Trowbridge, Lonnie Clay 210 Trudo, Kathleen Elizabeth 210,81 Tubbs, Barbara Anne 210 Tubbs, Michele Ann 210 Tuffley, Linda C. Lutz 210 Turnba, Fontilla Ann 210 Turnba, Harold Lewis Jr. 210 Turner, Brene Dale 210,69,77 Turner, John Alan 210,65 Turner, Lester Wilson 87,59 Turner, Mildred Lee 210 Turner, Patricia H, 34 Turner, Robert Wayne 210 Turner, Steve Ross 64 Turner, William Clay 80,83 Tutle, Dugan Eugene 210,65 Tyler, Earl Day 209 Tyler, Jerry Douglas 209 Tyler, John H. T. 100,101,102,104, 209,115,117,162 Tyson, Karen Lynn Monroe 209 U Uechi, Patricia Lynne 209 Upham, Gary Gene 209 V Vadney, Barbara Ann 209 Valenzuela, Olga Gonzales 209 Vallandingham, Irene Ella 209 Valverde, Alex 209,178 Von Court, John William 209 Van Hoozer, Stephen Wyatt 209 Van Natta, Janina Sinman 209 Vandiver, Charles M. 209 Vandiver, Douglas Eugene 209 Vandivere, Douglas Wallace 209 Varela, George Luis 209 Varga, Clay Erwin 209 Varga, Janet lyn Martin 209 Vargas, Lydia M. 209,93,57 Vargas, Ruben Lee 209 Varnell, Chester Kay 209,119 Vasquez, Roberto Ortega 209 Vaughan, Hiram Lynn 209 Vaughn, Nancy Joyce 209,26 Vest, Deborah Lynn 209 Vestal, Susan Gaye 209 Vincent, Sandra 209,33,37,168 Virdell, Mikel Ray 209 Von Phul, Carol 91 Vosburg, Debra June 209 Weishuhn, Carol Jean 206,208,72,77 Weishuhn, Gary Lynn 208 Welch, Rodger Irvin 208 Welch, Sherry Lynn 208 Wellborn, Debra 208,67,1B0 Wells, Wells, Werst, West, West, West, West, Albert Durward 208,235 Rachel E. Harris 208,235,34,35 Danna Lee 208 Jeannie Marie 207,89,35 Julia Louise 207 Shirley J. Crawford 207,93,94 Sonia Joanne 207 voss, Eddie Jr. 209 Westbrook, Julian Candler 207 Whaley, Lynette M. Manley 207 Wheeler, John Michael 207,59 Wheelock, Patsy N. 47 Williams, Marie June 206 Williams, Patricia Ann 68 Williams, Peggy Ann 67 Williams, Reagan Rene 206 Williams, Ronald Joseph 206 Williams, Ruby Leona 206,78 Williams, Steve ONeal 206 Williams, Thomas Edward 206,23,104, 107,111 Williams, Tray L. 206 Williamson, Daniel Bruce 77,146 Williamson, Glenn Baker Jr. 206 Williamson, Janice Kay 206 Williamson, Juanita Louise 206 Williamson, Kenneth Dale 206 Worley, Dana Sue 204 Wren, Elizabeth Ann 204 Wright, Brenda Karlene 204, Wright, Jack Howell Jr. 204 Wright, Paula Nanette 204 Wright, Roberta Joan 204 Wuertenburg, Ernest D. 204 Wunderl, John Roland 204 Wyatt, Bobby Don 204 W Wade, Paul Cameron 209,115 Wagner, Marilyn Jo 209,61 Wagnon, Philip Casey 209 Wahlenmaier, Joan 209 White White, White, , Jessie Birdnell Jr. 63 White 1 Beverly Ann 207 David Anthony 65 James William 207 White, Larry Dwayne 207 White, Lillian A. Rose 207 White Marsha Foy 207,75,160 White, Ruby Lois 207 White William Wesley 207 Willmann, Judy Gail 206 Willson, Sara Jane 206 Wilmeto, Mitchell Elton 205 Witt, James David 205 Walker, Ben Bob 209,102,111,116,162 Walker, Gary Herschel 69 Walker, Horace Blake 208 Walker, Nita Boots 208 Walker , Paul Chris 208,115 Wallace, Jamie Rae 208 Wallace, Tony Steele 20B Walsh, Nancy Dee 208 Walters, Karla Jeanne 208 Wanier, Harvey Allen 208 Ward, Benny Adron 127,134,126,128 Ward, Daniel 'Gene Sr. 208 Ward, Diana Ruth 208 Warren, Donald West Jr. 208 Washington, Charles Benard 208 Washington, Eddie Charles 274,47, 103,104,107,ll3,115 Watson, Cathy Lu 208 Watson, Emlyn F. 208 Woyham, Robert Bruce 208,68 Weaver, Melissa Carol 208 Webb, Donald Ray Sr. 208 Whiteker, Sharon D. Jenson 207 Whiteker, Stephen Wayne 207 Whitfield, Pete Maxwell 207 Whitley, Cathy Nell 207 Whitten, David Allan 74 Whitten, Lisa lllene 261 Whitworth, David Olen 26 Wickson, Mary Carolyn 207 Wied, John Martin 207 Wiggins, Nancy D. Baker 207 Wilde, Diana Marie 207,41 Wilde, Fred W. 207 Wilde, Melanie Jane 207 Wilhelm, Nancy Ruth 207 Wilkinson, George Lamar 207 Wilson, Alan R. 205 Wilson, Bennie Cary 205,111,117 Wilson, Doneva Ann 205 Wilson, Donna Marlene 205 Wilson, Jimmie Ward 22 Wilson, Marilyn Joanne 205 Wilson, William Jasper Sr. 205 Wilson, William Milton 205 Windmiller, James Cowden 65 Winsor, Donnld Keith Jr. 205 Winters, Ginger Jo 205 Yancey, Guy Stuart 204 Yankovich, Linda Joy 204,62 Ybarra, George Alfonso 204 Ybarra, Jose Jr. 204 York, Billy Lee 98,109,113 Willberg, Ralph Hoy 207 Williams, Darl George Jr. 207 Williams, Diana Kay 207,37 Williams, Gary Sam 207 Williams, Jack Wallace 207 Williams, Johnny J. 206 Williams, Lawrence Robert 206,36 Wittie, Shirley G. Wright 205 Woitek, Ronda Lee Young 95,71 Wolfenbarger, Craig 205 Womack, Joan M. 205,65 Wong, Chi Ho 205 Wong, Hoi Chee Anthony 205 Wood, Joy Louise 205 Wood, Robert Bruce 205 Woodrow, L. Susan 160 Woods, Aleta Royette 204 Woods, Brad Douglas 205 Woods, Mark Alan 205 Woodward, Ann Korrine 204 Wootton, Galen Edward 204 Word, Cynthia Ann 91 Workman, David D. 204 York, Wendell Mark 204 Young, Young, Annie C. Price 71 Frank Elmer Jr. 204 Young, James Robert 204 Young, Jenean Swindall 37 Young, John Harlan 204 Young, Michael Burk 204 Young, Nancy Leigh 204 Young, Rudy ONeal 204 Young, Susan Marie 204 Youngblood, Valerie 204 Youngblood, Vicki 204 Y9U'19Qren, Terry M. 204,69 Z 18 Zanowiak, Betty Deon 204,250,67 Zapata, Ray 204 Zentner, Jennifer Susan 204 Zirnmerschied, Joyce Marie 204,42 Zinser, Christine Anne 204,67,41 Ziriax, Kathy Louise 204 Zuniga, Willie Puentez 204 28 X x .1 1 N x ' N - . i . . X . X A . . N X x . 1' i'Wx ja xx- xii i vis. .- .pq- :AQ "il 'i I. ' 1 s. if-i . 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