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

 - Class of 1972

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X' 8, Ffgf- -' , 9 'li ' ' ' f ', A Q if x J- L Q ffl, N -V ' I s A PTH' ' I 1 1 ass, ,Elsa sm:-1 ' ms.- .-N14 1 I i -. - -Y , ..., Ru. ' xl ' .. r 'f all 'av SSX X X e' 'f ,-.dak-1. t. .1-wb - Q -, iw '-AS it .XWQY5 . ' 4-1:1-.1 1 VNV vwreeuwuwwmw.-.W .puns f........i- fi 12:00 noon . . . Campus nearly empties For many, this is the mid-day break. Students flock to the Ram Room for a quick lunch, a leisure discussion with friends, or a round of pool. Even construction of the physical education building comes to a temporary halt A-Kiss N ' :Hwy , " ' mix xdf ' I 1 ' v" . , .2 . ' ' wif" V K ',,. 'F' 'Ml' 31 3-IJ, Q L . , 4 2 4' 1. X 1 ..' ,x - " 1 V, ,J-,P 0 1 .2 , 'sw A ",' V. ' , I ' , U V I ' - ' .1 Q .nf ,V ,,, . .gQ'f.,q l.' J ff' fi H-It - X 1. ,fu ' f 1 . , f " J 'pb f,+,-,m., f xN .,9'gF,.4-Qg,y,g?pfq fi KQ ul" 1 " - ' , o-, 4 I s ,,.4.. of -2, YS ...vw , Each student come into contact with only ca port .i,,+Q-- .".f.' ' k A vii "'1 ff' V' - 5.25 .AJ ' .gi ,f , 'Aj v 'f ,4 H ' ' I'fi', 4 -- .,,,1..n.Aiwmw-f H . . ?g1Ei:4M1MiziLv3s -wi t-:f..s,..:i . of the university, but for him, it was the university in its entirety. Ecich"did W 17 S "I .-usdcllx I i. 'flll 4' siitstth m n -, cr I 41' H? if fa' f . iiiliy 513, M .. , his own thing. 4:25 p.m .... By midafternoon the campus pace is slow. A few remain tor language or science labs. Corridors are nearly empty, a lone figure sits on the building steps. The daily lull between academic hours and social hours is now in progress . . . 7:00 p.m .... A busy dciy has become ci busy evening. Some students seek study corners in the librciry while others pursue ci social night life. It is the beginning of the end of dnotber ddy . . . :.'-f-'sg I . ....-ff' 1-QQ 4- 9 '14 . '4.-'.1'j5 'x Y ii- 154' ,....- Another Day Hos Come to can End Night Engulfs the Campus -qw bilg- .!. 1? L An ll! ,Ii ."" 4 I Enrollment Record Set cit Registrcition After fall registration 3,982 students constituted the largest student body ever to populate the ASU campus. The new graduate program registered 99 students. For some, registration was easy. For many it was a head- ache as lines grew longer and needed classes filled more quickly. Discovering that a needed class is closed requires thoughtful rearrangement of a schedule Qupper lefty. Boots Walker directs a confused student to the next step of reg- istration fupper rightj. Teachers often take time to explain course objectives to registering students frightj. .3 N., -5 ,, ,.-f' xg li by Increased tuition and fees did not affect the growth of ASU's student body fupperj. One of the final steps of registration is to check that all class cards have been authorized by department heads fleftj. Bcirbeque, Prizes Highlight Dorm Pcirty During the first week of classes, dorm officers spon- sored an evening of games and prizes for all resident students. The festivities began with a bar- beque furnished by the Food Service Center. Individuals then competed for prizes donated by San Angelo businesses. Students hurry to get names and phone numbers of others. Prizes are awarded to the students making the most acquaint- ances. F' li 'grail jk. 'N L E E+? 5, , ' 1 vi Bcirnes, Briscoe Visit ASU During the first week of Oc- tober, gubernatorial candidates Ben Barnes and Dolph Briscoe visited the ASU campus. Lieutenant g o v e r n o r Ben Barnes met students at the University Center and answered questions about the state legis- Iature. Each candidate was given a tour of campus and the Uni- versity Center. President Vincent introduces Barnes to Joshua Owusu at the reception in the University Center Quppery. Ben Barnes and his wife, Nancy, answer students' questions Qcenterj. Dolph Briscoe and President Vincent tour the campus flowery. lncreclsed Interest Shown ot Elections Student elections brought out a record number of voters this year. Election booths were set up in classroom buildings and the University Center. A poll showed that most students voted at the University Center. All elections were conducted by members of the ASUSA. Gary Terrell, Student Association member, con- ducts the polls in the Business Administration building Ccenterj. Students find the University Center a convenient place to vote Copposite page, Iowerj. Identification must be presented in order to receive a ballot Cupperj. Kathy Huff ponders over homecoming queen candidates flowery. Students Plcin After-Game Dances This fall, the Student Asso- ciation planned dances to fol- low all home football games. At the suggestion of the student body, three types of dances were scheduled. There were rock dances, soul dances and western dances. Nlost of the dances were held in the Uni- versity Center Ballroom. Students dance to music by the Drifters after the Tarleton game fupper rightj. The? University Lakehouse is the site of a soul dance flower lefty. A rock dance fea-2 turing Eagle brings crowds to the ballroom flower centerj. ly ' 1: 1 1 IT N! '5 Q W gg! ' 2 , 1 , , 'I 7 r W 'ag k if V , x x .FLJ xv in , ' - if El I , I Zyl' . 1: 4 5 5- ' , .rig ll ' I - ' f . e 'la J ggwfw j3'f'i?ET?i 3 5 54 Q ,H 'qw' 0 l '39 1 1, ,..5..f'elA I V ' M1-,I S3 l . !' K 1' - 'rv 29425, I ,'Y.,.-,Aw H . : Q W L1 . , 't' 'VH M WR '2"1f'5 ' ff A ' -lg? N fini ' : V, ' 'x A t ff: Homecoming: 'BelIs', Bonfire, Foofboll Homecoming week opened with a performance by "The Bells" at the city auditorium. The University Center Program Council planned the concert. Other homecoming activities included the annual student- faculty football game. Again this year, the students crushed the faculty for an easy win. Also this year, a Sadie Haw- kins night was held at the Uni- versity Center. Nlovies, a dance and games were provided at the event. The annual bonfire was held on Friday night of homecoming week. Freshmen sponsored the bonfire and the homecoming game pep rally took place there. Jackie.Ralphe and Cliff Edwards, "The Bells", entertain the audience with their re- cent hit Stay Awhile Aqupperj. Accompanists for the "Bells" add to the audience appeal flower left and righty. 1 r -9 "V 3 ' ' ' 2 . ,V . 1-vu .z -11' 'ii' ef' , Wi' 4. xl ,f ' I ' , , 4 ' A . U .Haig 1- Ng: 1 .lim '. m. 1' , - . 'X , s Q.-N K1 X x lf if I D . A If ,1 I . I , . 51. X 1- 'I 1 ' 1, Q' Q Q X .'l 'xln A X . ,-.. . Vx , x " . a x Ig 5' Dorms Exhibit Decorotions ot Cpen House Dorms on campus decorated both inside and outside, follow- ing closely the homecoming theme of "Action, Strength, Unity". During open house, families and friends visited the dorms and viewed the decorations. Prizes went to Carr Hall and the Women's High Rise. Third floor of the Men's High Rise reminds Ram fans of last year's game with McMurry fupperj. Parents gaze from the eighth floor windows of the High Rise during Open House flower lefty. Cathy Stacy helps erect the winning Carr Hall outside decoration. The fourth and tenth floors of the Women's High Rise won prizes for inside decorations flower rightj. Crowds Come To Watch 1971 Parade This year's homecoming pa- rade had all things in its favor. lt was the longest parade ever, with floats, cars, bands, Angel- ettes and queen candidates. Also, it was viewed by the largest crowd in ASU's home- coming history. To top it all off, the 80 degree weather couldn't have been better. Crowds line Beauregard to view the pa- rade fuppery. President and Mrs. Vincent are big attractions in an antique car fcen- ter, lefty. Each year the band marches and plays Ccenter, rightj. Angelettes and 1970 Queen, Mary Everidge, joined in the pro- cession flowery. ZW' . ..,. were .x-Nl!!!-cz, 4 JP' Flocits, Duchesses Enhonce Homecoming Prize winning floats were an- nounced at half-time of the homecoming game. First place went to Lambda Tau, social so- rority. Second and third place prizes went to the Baptist Stu- dent Union and Pi Kappa Alpha, social fraternity, respectively. The theme for homecoming was "Action, Strength, Unity". Homecoming queen candi- dates were selected by a vote of the student body from nomi- nations made by clubs on campus. Lambda Tau sorority receives S150 for their first place float flower lefty. The Pi Kappa Alpha float symbolically represents action, strength, and unity Cupperj. Uni- ty throughout the world is the theme of the BSU float flower rightj. X-x. .. ,, ,9- 52- fl mr' 'S 'K ali 4' 2:1 ya-- .g..-ff ' , .,. L .yr WT .1 . ,, 4.,,.. - I vK""" ,rev ,. ...TQ-.i K, N . ,ng- .. ,Q ..f as , i wi' ,...-ov" Tier' mmif- - -vn- . I-5. 3.1 1. .X ,e sn. X in--, c Lak.. ,'Y. 7Y"Nv ,in 1 14, .I '- Homecoming queen candidates are Annette Stooksberry, Terry Lewis, Cynthia Phenix, Delle Davis, Ana Fernandez, Trudy McCollum, and Jean Ann Block Cleft to right, top to bottomj. .leon Ann Reigns, Roms Down McMurry Homecoming 1971 was high- lighted by the crowning of Jean Ann Block of San Angelo during half-time ceremonies at the ASU-lVIclVlurry game. Jean Ann was nominated by the Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity. With a 21-3 margin at half- time, the Rams chalked up another 27 in the second half for a lopsided 48-3 victory over the McMurry Indians. Jean Ann Block leans on her brother Mike when she is announced as homecoming queen Crightj. After receiving the crown, bouquet and trophy, Jean Ann is driven around the stadium fseries, belowj. I Crowds of football enthusiasts fill the stands at the Oct. 30 homecoming game Cupperj. Rams fight their way to a 48-3 victory over McMu.rry. Total yardage shows the Rams with 455 to McMurry's 235 fleftj. Spirit of Christmas Displayed on Campus Christmas spirit was dis- played in most buildings on campus. Dormitory residents decorated Christmas trees and hung tinsel throughout the halls and lobbies. The library and bookstore also displayed many Christmas decorations. Amidst the wide array of commercial Christmas items, the true meaning of Christ in Christmas was not forgotten. Butch Willson, sixth floor student assis- tant, discusses Christmas vacation with some of the residents Cupperj. Carr Hall residents decorate the main lobby flowery. H04 P Ig' 5' sin. 'WQIQ5 . f ,M F - . " , J ,U ir f O fi '9 si-2 K 'Q 0 . 6 2, ' O1 .I .,,,,,.....anlz4'NQ'x""' - I' Q ,, "' . : -A A f Sw? Q . X N. ' N' f xg" 6 . r-NNQ , KN: ,w g . ,. ' s ' .. . I. . O' u" NK 0 ..-. O I5 if .x sw I z , xx ,,w5?"'w fi 5 , I N Y xh- Q " I ' ,W P .4 ff' N-2 x X 'M X "Q, - 4' X wi, ' , - E 4 M : Q I . 1 I 29 'l 'L mf, fu , C . .h A N i 4, Q ,L w, 6 x :',i 5? 1 S ' 'M f Q 4,,,,,., - ' lc, 4 Pu ' X' f "vm K '-Ir., N 1 g -x ' , Y Q , l 54:1 F.-N. I 0 I wx N, 0 xi Q V F. N ,'plN - 1 , , I 5 N-5, Y-1 . , Ji. p ' Q I .HV ' A' I Belle, Beciu Jean Ann Block and Jerry Orsak were crowned Mistletoe Belle and Beau on December 4 at the annual Mistletoe Ball. Runners-up for Mistletoe Belle were Trudy McCollum, Jan Pol- lard, Carol Soper and Kay Wahlenmaier. Beau finalists in- cluded Pat Gladden, Butch Hen- derson, Don McKay, and Ricky Menchaca. The dance was sponsored by the University Center Program Council and held in the Center Ballroom. "Phenix", a rock group from Austin, provided entertainment for the event. Students dance to music provided by "Phenix" Cuppery. Wayne Franke, Program Council president, announces the Mistle- toe Belle Clower leftj. Bill Brumfield, vice president of ASUSA, presents the Beau ixgrhoa gift from Nathan's jewelers flower Crowned ot Mistletoe Boll Jerry Orsak, nominated by Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, and Jean Ann Block, nominated by Delta Sigma Pi fraternity, are the 1971 Mistletoe Beau and Belle fleftj. Wayne Franke presents Jean Ann with roses and a kiss frightj. fa? Q7 Vxj Dromcitists Produce 'Streetcor Nomed Desire' Tennesse Williams' prize-win- ning play, "A Streetcar Named Desire", was the third fine arts department production of the fall semester. It was directed by Berne Enslin, fine arts faculty. "Streetcar", the story of a sensitive woman driven to insanity by her brother-in-law, was enact- ed by 15 drama students. 'Romulus'-Sell-out Show Gore Vidal's "Romulus" was performed by 16 students and directed by Dr. Raymond Car- ver. The show ran for a week in the University Center the- ater. Each night it was per- formed before sell-out crowds. The play was the story of Rome's "chicken emperor", R o m u I u s Augustulus, who philosophized about the pro- ductivity of his prize chickens while the Gothic army stormed the city gates. Dr. Bill Watts, fine arts facul- ty, designed the set for the play. Drama students helped build the scenery. Costumes for the perfor- mance were designed by Jua- nita Norris, fine arts faculty. f ffff ...S XX Q. xl X 1 f ,g X . I , f at 1 ' x. ' r 3 . , , X K r 'sk 1 1. 4 S i S-KA" Romulus fJohn Prestony and Ottaker, leader of the Goths fBer- nie Shafferj discuss their chickens as Ottaker's nephew, Theodor- ic fWade Mayerj looks on Copposite page centerj. Students re- hearsed the play throughout October fopposite page lowerj. Cast includes Joe Traugott, Ralph Gill, Randy Barbee, Mark Sullivan, Wade Mayer, Susan Coleman, John Preston, Marion Hughes, Con- nie Busch, Bobbie Copeland, Terry Wilson, Bernie Shaffer, Clay Allen, .lim Alexander, Jeff Wahrmund, Scott Enslin, and Don Pear- son Cuppery. Otto Ruph, right, submits a bid to buy Rome under the condition that Rea fConnie Buschy will be his in marriage. Aemilian fMark Sullivany protests the marriage. Romulus and Julia CSusan Colemanj look on qrightj. Busts of the Roman Em- perors are displayed in the lobby Cleftj. 'Chcirlie Brown' Comes fo ASU Sfoge Charles Schultz's precocious "Peanuts" characters came to life in the ASU auditorium in February. The play, "You're a Good Nlan, Charlie Brown" was sponsored jointly by the fine arts department and the San Angelo Junior League. In addition to the usual pub- lic performances, five special, fifty-minute shows were given for public school students. Be- cause of this large number of performances, two people were cast for each role so no student would have to miss too many classes. Each player gave two public and three school per- formances. This performance was di- rected by Dr. Raymond Carver. The set and costumes were de- signed by Dr. Bill Watts and Juanita Norris, respectively. Linus CJoe Traugottj looks on while Charlie Brown CRalph Gillj studies the lat- est news Cuppery. Charlie Brown fTodd Meadowsj waits patiently while Snoopy fBrent Scotty performs "Suppertime" fleftb. Lucy Uoanna Keanj questions Linus qMarvin Burnsy about her personality flower, centerj. Schroeder CMark Sullivanj and Patty fSusan Colemanj discuss Charlie Brown's latest antics flower, rightj. One casting includes Mark Sullivan CSchroederp, Marvin Burns fLinusj, Todd Meadows CCharlie Brownp, Joanna Kean fLucyJ, Su- san Coleman fPattyJ, and Brent Scott fSnoopyJ Cupperl. Patty fLanice Kincaidj wants Snoopy fJoe Eckolsj to go rabbit hunting with her Cleftb. Schroeder CMark Sullivany plays while Lucy Uo- anna Keanj bothers him with her constant chatter of love and marriage frightp. Year Encls With Reader's Theaters, Play "As l Lay Dying" and "The Trial" were the last two Read- er's Theaters presented by the department of fine arts this year. Because of the favorable response to this type of produc- tion, the department scheduled more of them to be presented in the future. "No Man's Land", a play about a young soldier who was court-martialed and sentenced to death for desertion during the Civil War, consisted of an all male cast. lt was the last play performed d u r i n g the spring semester. Cathy Bolon tells her part of the story of "As I Lay Dying Cupperj. Drama students present "The Trial", a Reader's Theater Cleftj. During "The Trial" actors deviate from their reading and become involved bodily flowery. "No Man's Land" took the audience through an entire court-martial and the exasperations of the man on trial Cupperj. Scott Enslin played the role of the deserter and Mark Sullivan was his lawyer flowery. -11 Bcincl Supports Roms ot Rollies, Gomes Golden Ram Band members, under the direction of Eddie Pace, practiced daily for their performances at Ram Rallies and games. They performed marching drills at all home foot- ball games. The band received the spirit log at one of the weekly rallies in recognition of their constant Ram support. The Golden Ram Band marches in the homecoming parade Cupperj. The band keeps spirit alive at the weekly Ram Rala lies Ccenter, Iowerj. X s , fi. 'Q ai SX 'WP Entertciiners, Choir Trcivel to Austin ln December, the ASU choir and "Entertainers" traveled to Austin to take part in cere- monies honoring W. E. CPeteJ Snelson. The 47-member choir per- formed during inaugural cere- monies in the Senate Chamber. The "Entertainers" provided special entertainment at the inaugural luncheon, performing a repertoire of popular songs. Both the ensemble and choir were under the direction of Dr. Charles A. Robison, associate professor of music. "ASU Entertainers" include Ginger Bee- man, Leonard Hargrove, Karen Aylor Wells, Randy Rountree, Theronne Barber, Tom Hodges, Sande Vincent, and Bob Tay- lor Cuppery. 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President Daun Smith presides over Con- gress meetings held in the new University Center Cupperj. Student Congress member Mark Tansil checks student I.D.'s during campus elections flowery. 1u.,..,,,,-, . .ji If . i 2 tif 'likf i "HF NP- Student Congress meets every Monday night to discuss plans for campus ac- tivities fupperj. ASUSA challenges the fac- ulty to a game of flag football during homecoming week flowery. Dorm Cfficers Plcin Activities Wednesday night movies, a Halloween buffet and Fun Night were some of the activities co- sponsored by lVlen and Wom- en's Residence Hall Associa- tions. Both dorms participated during homecoming week with floor decorations and Open House. Under the leadership of Pres- ident Gary Terrell, MRHA set up a new type of government. Each floor organized as a separate unit and sponsored individual floor activities, including par- ties with Women's High Rise. WRHA began the year with floor parties and an all-dorm Taco Party. Each floor decor- ated for homecoming and for Christmas with fourth and tenth floors tying for first place in the homecoming decorations. WRHA also sponsored intra- mural sports and card tourna- ments. .. .....1-nn 'l""" ' W. A up Becky Ross takes charge of the bell dur- ing a Thursday night Ram Rally fopposite page, upperj. Women's High Rise honors Mrs. Henderson with a party, plaque, and roses Copposite page, lowerj. Dorm offie cers meet to discuss plans for future hall activities flower lefty. Student assistant Bill Tiner helps new residents check in Cupperj. Residents of Men's High Rise beat the victory drum during homecoming week flower rightj. Carr Wins Again For the third consecutive year, Carr Hall took top honors for outside dormitory decora- tions for homecoming. Using the theme of "Action, Strength and Unity", the decorations de- picted the unity found on the ASU campus. They were pre- sented the winning trophy dur- ing halftime at the homecoming game. Officers for Carr Hall's dorm council included: Judy Powell, president, Sue Hoppe, vice- president, Boots Walker, secre- tary, Millie Turner, treasurer, Becky Box, reporter, and Nlar- tha Nloore, parliamentarian. Residents of Carr Hall take time out from studying for finals to decorate for Christ- mas Cupper rightj. Homecoming decora- tions show originality flower lefty. Cathy Stacy aids Carr Hall in decorating for homecoming flower rightj. 54 i Runnels Holl Wins Pumpkin Contest fi P' ff .9 - , . 'S This year the ASU cafeteria provided the dorms " fi -M-f df' with pumpkins to carve for Halloween. Each dorm E had several pumpkins for individuals or groups I rg iQ to carve. The girls in Runnels Hall carved out the ' 1 s shops of La Rue Bourbon Street. This creative entry won first place and a steak dinner for the girls. The ofiicers of Runnels Hall are Phyllis Rumans, presidentg Sue Jackson, vice presidentp and Ruth Jansa, secretary-treasurer Qrightj. The television attracts a small crowd in lobby Cleftj. La Rue Bourbon Streets wins flowerj. if ll ff' T 1 .H X , J 1 ggi' J, 1 Moyer Holl Mayer Hall began their activi- ties early this year with a talent contest. The contest, held in Runnels Hall, featured entries from both dorms. Men from IVlayer Hall put up decorations for homecoming and had several pumpkin en- tries in the Halloween contest. They also competed in intra- mural sports throughout the year. Mayer Hall exhibits a large sign boosting the Rams during Homecoming frighty. Free time can be spent in the lobby watch- ing television flower lefty. Officers are David Biggs, Andy Cole, Jimmy Dean, and James Smith flower rightj. Residents Hove Active Yeoir E-- Y 4-. RCTC Added to Curriculum During their first year on campus, ROTC members par- ticipated in several activities held at out of town Air Force bases. Local activities for the year included providing Color Guards and Flag Details at sev- eral football games and selling Prisoner of War-Missing in Ac- tion stickers. Bulletin board information is checked by Cadet Robert Gutierrez Cupperj. ROTC members practice drills on campus fcen- terj. Cadets Marvin Burns, Scott Johnson, and Tommy Robinson receive the first scholarships of the ROTC at ASU flowery. Bali Fellowship ot Bible Center The Church of Christ Bible Study Center provided, again this year, fellowship and service to the students of ASU as well as other community members. The Center also provided a place of recreation and relaxa- tion for students. As they participate in one of the Bible Stu- dy programs, students enjoy the fellow- ship fuppery. Students read a psalm be- fore one of the many lunches served dur- ing the year at the Center flowery. F UCM Sponsors Luncheons The UCM, United Campus Ministries, provided a variety of activities for students through- out the year. At the UCM itself, students enjoyed games, speak- ers, Thursday lunches, and other activities. Away from the UCM, the enthusiasts partici- pated in a variety of intra- murals. The UCM and its activi- ties were sponsored and sup- ported by the Methodists, the Disciples, and the Episco- palians. Jeanie Lange makes a sandwich at one of the UCM's Thursday lunches flowery. Mar- garet Ann Tarter talks with Bill Renfro, the UCM director, at the UCM Quppery. Center Has Social, Spiritual Activities The ASU Newman Center at- tempted to bring Catholic stu- dents together socially, in- tellectually, and spiritually. To achieve those goals, films, speakers, and discussions were used. A noon lVlass was con- ducted each Wednesday, and afterwards, lunch was served. ASU students were always wel- come at the center whether to visit, play games, or just relax. Father Tom Seibt conducts the Wed- nesday Mass frightj. The lunch after Mass is enjoyed by many fleftj. N -av.-"' -' x :::9 fa- . " Id' - l I 60 t '57 City Churches Support BSU The Baptist Student Union, supported by San Angelo's Bap- tist Churches, was the site of recreation, devotion, and re- laxation. Many students visited the BSU throughout the year to study, meet friends, or join in one of the planned activities. Students enjoy a game of cards at the Union flowery. Facilities for studying and visiting were provided at the BSU Cupperj. WRA Fun for Coeds This year's Women's Recrea- tion Association participated in three sports: basketball, volley- ball, and badminton. Basketball still remained the major sport. Officers for the organization were Cheryl Jenkins, president, Dorothy McDonald, vice-presi- dentg Reva Gail Letz, secretary- treasurerg and Gay Nobles, his- torian. Dr. Jewell Pye was the group's advisor. Coeds learn sportsmanship in their tourna- ments Cupper rightj. Captains are chosen by team members flower rightj. -"-v'-'rr e .- J...-1: vi ' ,M , , i5 av. 'fs 'F' 'fe M Ns X .xg ' W..- 5?" 'iSv. f 4 xg--,i iO' f"' T22 ' HIL.. "H - v.:aif.':. 'M K : vii ' I f v- 1 fs- -i s fi 'T 3 "iw . 3:i55: Q 5 ffl?-' 'fea-01. 5' . " .E ,J 'Vi -X Girls enjoy playing volleyball during the spring semester fupper lefty. Girls who are members of the club get points for officiating the games flower lefty. Randy Yates waits for a game to end flower righty. 3 A af + Intramural Participation Rises This Year Men's intramurals got off to another good start this year. Ten football teams organized in the American League, while the National League had nine. The American League edged the Na- tional All-stars 30-28 in a cli- mactic finish. Basketball headed the roster during the spring semester. Tournaments started in Janu- ary and were played three nights a week. Playoffs were held in mid-Nlarch. Other intramural sports in- cluded bowling, softball, and golf. Team members plan strategy for their play fupperj. Players argue a call made by an official flower lefty. A bowler watches intensely while trying to pick up a spare flower rightj. l n.,. Alton Bradshaw and a fellow official take a breather during a basketball game Cup- per lefty. Baseball games were played on Mondays and Thursdays on the intra- mural grounds fupper rightj. Students take time to watch their favorite team play ball flower lefty. Womens Club, Domes Involved on Ccimpus The ASU Women's Club was an organization of the univer- sity faculty wives. These women were active in various projects including sponsoring a fashion show. Membership in Angelo State's University Dames was open to female students who were married, widowed, or di- vorced. The club met on Wednesdays at noon to discuss current issues. Janet Douglas, Dean of Women, was the ad- visor. Mrs. Kenneth Lewis, Mrs. Jack Harrington, Mrs. John P. Ward, facing: Mrs. Warren Griffin, and Mrs. Elston Todd discuss the fashion show Cupper lefty. Two of the mode els for the show are Mrs. Charles Robi- son and Mrs. Douglas Cornell Cupper rightp. Members of the University Dames are Cback rowj Barbara King, secretary, Donna Castleberryg ffronty Gail Whittidg Thema Powellp Dean Douglasg and Dee Young, president flower rightj. .WWW- -1 l s I i Lamar Johnson sings a solo at the concert fupper lefty. Offi- cers are Arthur Epperson, treasurer, Linda Titus, vice-presi- dent, Gail Parker, secretary, and Charles Lowe, president fupper rightj. Members of the Afro-Americans perform at the concert flowery. 4 l D 'vi fl f Zami 5 Afro-Americans Give Concert Afro-American Association members sponsored several ac- tivities this year. During home- coming week the club pre- sented a soul concert in the U.C. ballroom. At Thanksgiving, members collected and dis- tributed food for needy fami- lies. The club also sponsored several soul dances throughout the year. Frank Simpson served as advisor. 67 Club Dcinces Weekly At the dances, Four Corners members enjoy group dancing Cupper right and lefty. Bob Turner, one of the advisors calls steps for the participants flowery. Four Corners, ASU's square dance club, provided weekly fun and entertainment for its members. Each Thursday night the organization met and danced for several hours. Co-sponsoring the group this year were Carolyn Crill and lVlr. and Mrs. Bob Turner of San Angelo. Officers of the club were Steve iVlcKee, presidentg Judy Huffman, vice presidentg Jean- nine Isbell, secretary-treasurerg and Nancy Barlow, reporter. Concho Aggies Leorn Crop Dusting Techniques The purpose of the Concho Aggies was to promote fellow- ship among students in agricul- ture, stimulate interest in agri- culture and promote social ac- tivities among agriculture stu- dents. To achieve these goals, the Concho Aggies sponsored and helped sponsor such activi- ties as field trips and dances. Officers of the organization were R. B. Dooley, advisor, Rodger Welch, president, Ran- dy Gill, vice president, Peter Whitten, secretary-treasurer, W a y n e Cornelius, reporter, David Whitworth, sophomore di- rector, and Bradley Kitten, freshman director. f,g.X mi' if department fleftj. . d , . Dee Sims, owner of Three Rivers flying service, explains the use of air- planes in crop dusting to Concho Aggie members fupper left and rightj. Susan Wainscott, Thurston McCutchen, and Rodger Welch learn the steps at a square dance sponsored by the Concho Aggies and home economics Rodeo Club Begins ASU's Rodeo Club opened their activities with a barbeque that was free to everyone. The club sponsored many events, including a Cowboy Ball held on December 3. Rodger Welch shows how to use the lasso fupper rightj. Members serve guests at barbecue Cupper lefty. Raymond Lopez directs a meeting flowery. Yeor With Borbecue i 4 Rifle Club Accepts Femcile Members The major purpose of the Rifle Club was to encourage the proper handling of firearms. Realizing there was a large female interest in weapons, the club amended its by-laws to in- clude the co-eds of ASU. Club members strove for marksmanship and good sportsmanship with all weap- ons. They held regular inter- club matches to maintain a high competitive spirit. Student leadership was pro- vided by president Wiley Bur- rus. Claudia Sloan was vice- president, secretary was Steve Brown and Terry Younggren was treasurer. YQMTWTTX-'V f-www-is .tg Silva -' 4 ft . Q93 , Rifle Club members are Oscar Acevedo, Wiley Burrus, Debbie Simmons, David Perry, Claudia Sloan, Ralph Gill, Dan Cogswell, Robert McGarvey, Don Hunt, Joe Zinser, Greg Hutchinson, Steve Brown, and Terry Younggren. g SEA members hear a talk on how to ap- ply for teaching jobs fupperj. Officers of SEA work at their booth during activities night flowery. -X --n i ,.-1-I -gr. "-X. ,, ---- - -'-4' uderwl 5 gift W U Ibn Students Prepare for Teaching Careers Providing opportunities for developing personal growth and professional competence was the main purpose of the Stu- dent Education Association. All ASU students working toward a degree with teacher certifica- tion were able to join SEA. SEA, sponsored by the Texas State Teachers Association and the National Education Associa- tion, held meetings which fea- tured speakers taking on the role of education and the part students would play in future education. Attending the Texas Student Education Association in San Antonio were Mary Lozano, Ann Priddy, Jo Nell Simmons, Nancy Barlow, Kathleen Teague, and Dr. Noland Harvey, sponsor. Nancy Barlow was elected to the State Standing Committee of Professional Standards at the convention. SEA members meet bi-weekly Cupperj. Dr. Douglas John and Dr. Robert Holden are sponsors of the SEA flowery. Biology Is Promoted on School Campus The Biological Society at- tempted to promote an interest in all fields of biology among the students of ASU and among interested members of the com- munity. Each month this organ- ization featured an outstanding speaker in some field of biology. Bob Slaughter presented a talk on "The Extinction of the Great American Mam- mals of the Ice Age" frightj. Barron Rec- tor, president, listens tentively during a meeting fleftj. It k i L 'E uK' P 1 . 1 ' 'Ge As C uit., , , f i N Cu lf' Ga' fy H7 5 it gf, ' B .. . ' IX ab 'Nunn Ab is H Ax 4' 5 S' ll . gg it Pg Q 1: U I po Rn L 5 Q . E pt Au BI1 A 1 . 1 .., H 'fo w Rc 05 lr L 4 E 7-'La .Cc 'Pr 'hd Bm Sin Ac Th Pa U NP P mcenrniii GN Er Tm Yb Lu Md No l.w ........M Physics Club Plcins Outings Field trips to West Texas Utilities in San Angelo and Sul Ross Planetarium in Alpine were included on this year's agenda of activities. Dr. David Loyd, sponsor, observes club meeting fupper lefty. Officers are presi- dent, Thomas McBroomg vice-president, Chi Ping Hag and secretary-treasurer, Bar- bara Nibling flower lefty. A WTU instructor explains the nature of the power plant flower rightj. . 0 0 Q Q G-r-:flip 5: 'f Q " sf in 4 15+ 1 ,Q ' sz, dx f 'Same aa 75 Group Heors Stote Hospitol Consultants The Socio-Psychological So- ciety created an interest among students this year in sociologi- cal and psychological problems of today. Programs that related to these fields were presented at each meeting. Films, lec- tures, and group discussions were presented on topics such as drug addiction and mental illness. One of the most out- standing programs was pre- sented by Big Spring State Hos- pital consultants on problems leading to insanity. The newly elected officers are Norma Par- vice resident' J' BI t ry, p , im agg. reasurerp Larry Borchers, presidentg Linda Kauff- man, reporterg and Linda Kingsfield, sec- retary Cupperj. Larry Borchers talks with Dr. Thornton after the election of new of- ficers frightj. we WSC Brings Women's Lib to Campus A film on Women's Libera- tion and Women's Day on the ASU campus were two of the activities sponsored by the Women Students Commission. Made up of representatives from each of the Women's or- ganizations, WSC sponsored several panel discussions. This was their first year to be completely organized, and the members spent much time ex- plaining their function and goals to coeds on campus. They also devoted some time to edu- cating students about their rights granted to them in the equal rights amendment. WSC members participate in a panel dis- cussion led by Odene Crawford of the San Angelo Standard Times fupper lefty. Officers include Linda Kay Martine, sec- retaryg Cynthia Fry, president: and, Donna Castleberry, treasurer flower lefty. W Chris Zinser spots a print for the yearbook Crightj. Marsha Monroe and Chris Zinser check a page for corrections fupper lefty. ,ff Staff members Chuck Maier, Karen Flan- agan, Karen Deremo, and Judy Matthiesen listen to ideas on cover designs qrighty. ....,., 1 "NEXT" Tung'-Q. wk. Rcimbouillet Records Yeor's Activities J - as , ef 'QQ 4'-vi. -Q P I Distributed in the fall of 1972, the Rambouillet was de- signed to capture all the varied events of a school year on the ASU campus. The Rambouillet was headed by an editorial b o a r d consisting of Grant Haynes, advisor, Chris Zinser, and Ray Lynch. Grant Haynes and Chris Zinser attended the Associated Collegiate P r e s s Convention, a nationwide or- ganization, to gather new ideas on yearbooks. The convention was held in Dallas last October. Members of the Rambouillet Staff are Judy Matthiesen, Ray Lynch, Joe Zinser, Marsha Monroe, Karen Deremo, Chuck Maier, Chris Zinser, and Karen Flanagan quppery. Photographer Chuck Maier checks a picture assignment fleftj. F If it Ji Careful editing and proofreading are important parts of Bill Brum- field's job as editor fupper rightj. Shirley Young serves as an assistant news editor fupper lefty. Gayle Kelley, assistant editor, finds time to rest after typing a story fabovey. Photographer Austin Stockton offers suggestions to assistant editor Roy lvey Crightj. Rom Pcige, Penscidor: Voice of Students Reporting the news of the past, present, and future, the Ram Page gathered news from students, faculty and adminis- trators. Changes in the paper included an increased use of pictures and illustrations and a new weekly column "Your- views." Co-edited by Gary Terrell and Margie Maddox, the Pensa- dor, a literary magazine, under- went changes in format this year. New changes included the use of more feature stories, controversial essays, and pho- tographs. Contents of the mag- azine were submitted by ASU students. Ram Page staff members are Candace Cooksey, Bill Brumfield, Cyndy Hood, Gayle Kelley, Shirley Young, Carlos Agui- lar, Leslie Huling, Kathy Huff, and Roy Ivey fupperj. Gary Terrell asks Margie Maddox's opinion as they work to finish the Pensador, a literary magazine pub- lished three times a year flefty. , Progrcim Council Plons Student Activities Qwfs'-K . - 5' Q .ef at 'L 'WDP' X Q4-au- -- -, Don Burke, Program Consultant, speaks to the council members fupper lefty. Wes Davis is the director of the Univer- sity Center fupper righty. Jeanie Dringman, secretary to Don Burke, keeps the activities calendar up-to-date flower lefty. Carol Rothstein works as secretary to Wes Davis flower rightj. 3 H. 'v,!l -ob. -.W tl if S 95' ' .g Mi Fe 'E -wwf Beginning this year, the University Program Council had its headquarters in the new University Center. This organization of students planned all university-sponsored student activities, including dances and speakers. The basic responsibility of the Program Council was to present programs with which everyone could identify and enjoy dur- ing his stay at ASU. The Council was budgeted by a small portion of each student's activity fee. Wes Davis, University Center Director, a repre- sentative of the ASUSA, a faculty member chosen by the University Executive Council and the Pro- gram Consultant, Don Burke served as members of the University Center Board. Program Council members on the hospitality committee make arrangements to meet speakers and give them a tour of the cam' pus fupper lefty. John Turner serves as chairman of the entertain- ment committee fupper rightj. Council members meet each week to plan campus activities flowery. Alpho Chi Recognizes Upperclcissmen Alpha Chi is an honor society associated with the National Honors Scholarship Societies. Membership is open to the top five per cent of the junior class and the top ten per cent of the senior class that have main- tained a 3.25 grade point aver- age or better during their col- lege years. Delbert Tarter sponsored the organization. Officers of Alpha Chi are John Tyler, presi- dent: Bobbi Christian, vice-president Judy Matthieson, secretary: and Patricia Rei- dinger, treasurer. xT"' Alphci Deltci Nu Aids Nursing Students Alpha Delta Nu is a service organization af- filiated with the National and Texas Student Nurs- ing Associations. The purpose of the organiza- tion is to aid members in areas related to nursing but not necessarily taught in class. The first meet- ings this fall were centered around first aid. All meetings were open to any interested nursing students. Officers of Alpha Delta Nu are Suzette Callaham, Genny Fritz, Susan Harting, Chris Weathersbee, and Mrs. McFarland, sponsor Cleftj. Mr. Barry, a member of the faculty, tries out the Modec student response machines in the lab flower rightj. A giant needle represented Alpha Delta Nu in the homecoming parade flowery. """'V"vm'f.fa:gvv-Y 1 , - ' J, ww? Q, M, 7 .. n 7'- ' rw' t 4: .-Qu lumen. i.,. - t. - Freshmen Affoin Acodemic Recognition Jie . Ns- li m' f Alpha Lambda Delta, the freshman women's honor so- ciety initiated 34 new members this spring. To be eligible for membership, a woman must have been a fulltime student and must have maintained a 3.5 or better grade point average during her freshman year. The freshman men's honor society, Phi Eta Sigma, also recognized high scholas- tic achievements. Eligibility was based on the same require- ments as Alpha Lambda Delta. The officers of Alpha Lambda Delta are Margaret Ann Tarter, Chris Zinser, Suzette Stooksberry, Jo Nell Simmons, and Deb- bie Drake. Dean Douglas and Mrs. Evelyn Click are the advisors Qupperi. Officers of Phi Eta Sigma are Teddy Durst, Grady Harlow, and Mark Pape. Vetal Flores is the advisor frightj. Spirit of Service Is Advanced cut ASU The purpose of Mortar Board was "to advance the spirit of s e r vi c e among university women, promote and maintain high standards of scholarship, recognize leadership and to de- velop a finer type of college woman." Members were chosen on the basis of leadership, scholarship and service to the school. Dora Mae Kelly served as adviser. Officers include Cathie Clemens, presi- dent, Shirley Burnett, secretary-treasurer, Linda Davis, reporterg and Melanie Wilde, vice-president fleftj. Alpho Psi Omega Adds Three Members Alpha Psi Omega, a drama fraternity, in- stalled three new members this fall. To be eligible for membership, a student must have acted in at least three university productions and worked on three technical crews. Alpha Psi Omega members served as ush- ers at plays and productions. Alpha Psi Omega members are Joe Traugott, Don Pearson, Charlie Kirkpatrick, Susan Coleman, Bernie Shaffer, Jim Alexander, Fred Moore, Bonnie Boswell, Sherry- Houck, Marvin Burns, Mark Sullivan, John Preston, Robert Taylor, Janeen Haun, Randy Barbee, and Randy Middlebrook flefty. Officers are Don Pearson, Janeen Haun, Fred Moore, Bonnie Boswell, and Susan Coleman Qrightj. Pi Kappa Delta Hosts Speaking Event Pi Kappa Delta hosted their second annual speaking event for amateurs this spring. The contest was open only to those who had not previously spoken in a judged speech contest. Funds raised from this tourna- ment were set aside to finance future Pi Kappa Delta tourna- ments. This year, the organization began allotting an annual fund to help finance the Fine Arts scholarship given each year. Officers this year were Ra- chel Wells, presidentg Mark -f N9 Tansil, vice-president, Bobbi Christian, secretary-treasurer, A H .s ,mf a-ae and Cathy Bolon, reporter. ..............a-n M C s Helen Shafer was the sponsor. f if 2 . if-. ,ai , As r Dr. Carver, an honorary member of Pi Kappa Delta, talks to several rnembers as they arrive at the spring installation fupperj. Ra- chel Wells, Bobbi Christian, and Cathy Bolon make a presentation to the old and new members after the installation dinner flowery. 'Achievement Night' Presented in Spring Guitarists are a popular part of the pro- gram Cupper lefty. Suzanne Lewis presents her composition Qupper righty. French songs are sung by students from Mr. Kahn's classes flower rightj. .gal '1 "Achievement Night" at An- gelo State was held on March 7, 1972. St u d e n t s taking lan- guage courses presented native songs, dances, skits and com- positions. Students transform their English-speaking minds into the language they wish to con- vey Cupperp. Spanish students join in a Spanish dance flowery. Homemoking Aids Coeds Eta Epsilon Gamma, the ASU chapter of the American Home Economics Association, pro- moted all phases of home eco- nomics, helping the home eco- nomics classes with their cook- ing and sewing labs. Officers were Joy Eubanks, president, Sharon Currington, vice-presi- dentg and Janice Braden, sec- retary-treasurer. Mrs. Willene Siler served as advisor for the organization. f I . ,- tr, ,rg Mrs. Willene Siler, advisor, helps students with their projects fupper righty. Lois Halfmann and Debbie Johnson prepare tacos during a cooking lab flower lefty. Sewing can be a very tedious job flower rightj. Qi.. W D.E. Students Join Club Officers of Delta Epsilon were Bob Sterling, president, Bob Norman, vice-president, Betsy lVlcSwain, secretary-treasurer, and Rickey Ramseur, reporter. Delta Epsilon is a nationally affiliated organization for dis- tributive education majors and minors who have at least a 2.5 grade point average in their col- lege vvork. Members attend regularly scheduled club meetings Cupper lefty. Joe Gabriel, ad- visor, watches over meetings Cupper rightj. Bob Sterling conducts the business at meeting Clower lefty. Phi Alpho Theto Honors History Students The Xi Zeta Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta in- cludes both ASU student members and members previously inducted into other chapters of Phi Alpha Theta. The organization recognizes those students who have maintained a 3.0 or better GPA in at least 12 hours of history and who have, also, Illpi Alplpu Elyria Clrnrlrr r 'u4.,.i. 5:-1. 4111.44 maintained a 3.0 GPA or above in two-thirds of their other college work. Officers this year included Travis Billings, vice- presidentg Laura Behrens, secretary-treasurerg and James Collett, president. Advisor was Dr. Caroline Haley. BW: 5. 8. -'Mau 4 lniticition Is in Spring Mu Gamma Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, educa- tion honor society, held its initiation this spring. Education students were invited to join on the basis of scholastic achievement and interest in the field of education. Dr. Norma Faubion presented a talk at the initiation on the importance of teaching reading comprehension. Janice Kenney attends initiation fupper leftj. Officers are Jeanette Kujawski, treasurerg Jane Horton, president: and Pat Reidinger, vice president flower lefty. Dr. Kenneth Lewis and Dr. Jack Har- rington are group advisors flower, rightj. J - X L a X f W .1 fl. 5 ' 1 'H f' iii. 5" 'fi f- E an f .'.' ' I ' if 1 1 , ik. Q.: , , .. if Brotherhood ls Gool The purpose of Alpha Epsilon was brotherhood and education through leadership and mutual understanding among university students, re- gardless of race, color, or creed. Dr. Bob Holcomb is group advisor fupper rightj. Members dance at the fraternity-sponsored dance flower leftj. Joe Flores, president Eduardo Salcido, secretary Frank Rey, treasurer Roberto Aguero Carlos Ayala Victor Belman Samuel Escobedo Martin Garcia Pete Garcia Sam Gonzales Johnny Lugo Greek Councils Set- Regulcifions Inter-fraternity and Panhel- lenlc Councils determined reg- ulations for social greek organi- zations on campus. Sororities involved were Al- pha Upsilon and Lambda Tau. Fraternities represented were Alpha Kappa Lambda, Pi Kappa Alpha, and Lambda Chi Alpha. IFC representatives are Mike Brown, Ro- bert McGarvey, Bob Eckhardt, Curg Stark- ey, Jerry Orsak, Pat Gladden, and Clayton Alred flowery. Panhellenic members are Dottie Ingham, Dr. Carpenter, Candi Coop- er, Mary Martinez and Barbara McAninch Quppery. HK 9 - - ft i-.-'.w-.-eNx:.- 9 .. - 1:5-N 5g:13EQ'.i,Q.q1a- X 'OOO' Group Serves ASU Alpha Upsilon was the only Social-service group on the ASU campus this year. Alpha, depicting the beginning of leadership and scholarship among college women, and Upsi- lon, representing the need of unity and understanding, express the purpose of the sorority. . Randolph Center and Drug Central were the sites of a few of the group's projects. Members of the sorority show their albums at registration frightj. Dr. Margaret Carpenter, advisor , Mary Francis Martinez, president Becky Cervantez, vice-president Julia Garza, secretary , ji Mary Nava, treasurer Mary Jane Martinez, historian Ampara Baldillez Carol Carrasco Paula Cassillas Hortencia Castillo B Brenda Darby Ilda Espinosa Olga Flores Adelle Garcia Argelia Garcia Beatrice Lopez Marcela Lopez Leticia Marines Ester Mieto Connie Robles Olivia Reyes Clelia Silvas Diana Soto Norma Soza .J- rrrin .- x V C' il -.C2i!:: .:1. ' . nh , . in .1 A ,iii Ti A 1: if-. , ,4 D ' ' w Bi VW' Q 'tr , 1 ' . ,hm ' ' -5" H i Q 3 I , 7" . ' w ,,,,9,.. OJ' N ,,4. . Tigllffp 4 , . A by 1239 fl 'if i l g . ,. . ,, .nr Officers enjoy their meal during the spring ini- tiation Cupperj. Alpha Upsilon members and their dates dance after the banquet qcenter lefty. New members are congratulated at the initiation Qcenter rightj. Snacks are served at the fall semester rush party flowery. OO Delfci Sigs Give fo Needy The production of the stu- dent directory was the first of many activities for the Delta Sigma Pi fraternity. The direc- tories were distributed to any person with a student I.D. Money raised by other Delta Sig activities was donated to local charities. Members raised nearly S5200 which was donated to the Mathews family to help pay expenses after four of them Tim Soyars, president Mike Moore, vice-president Robert Morse, pledge education Jerry Bently, Secretary Tommy McCulloch, treasurer James Debenport, Galen Akin David Aycock Jerry Barker Mike Block Gary Cage Steve Calvert Robert Campbell Steve Castle Philip Cross George Garcia Eddie Hale Chuck Harrison David Harrison Billy Jacoby were severely burned. Also, all proceeds from the Jaycee Charity Bowl, which the Delta Sigs helped sponsor, were dis- tributed among other local charities. Through their numerous ac- tivities, members of Delta Sig- ma Pi strove to promote good relations between the academic and business organizations of San Angelo. chancellor ' " :,'.m,..5' . A 'K ' ifF1rsZ5I'sff1f- ' ' F ,11 5 Q Si X. , ak a . 5 .fa W N? Y. . ag T: f rc-- ' Xi ' , ,o ,, E Q, , .L V l , Q ,. . 15: ' 6 ,.. 1 - .t , -IE! M " - -' -iiklf l' 1' sbt? ' 1 Mike Wheeler Bill White Lee Kane Mike Kilgore David Largent Neill McClung Don McKay Ronnie McKeever Danney Mathews Kevin O'Quin Lorenzo Penefiel Tommy Pitman Paul Rawlings Robert Scroggins Bobby Sims Lester Turner Wayne Watson John Wied Jean Ann Block, Rose An officer from national headquarters speaks to the ASU chapter of Delta Sigma Pi about fall rush. Della Sigma Pi Enferlciins Boys' Ranch l ia qv so Q Tl ,- . ca Aa, - Steve Calvert and David Largent run the Bingo table at the Halloween Carnival at the Boy's Club fleftj. Phil Cross, a Delta Sig member, hands out '71-'72 directories to Armando Martinez and Joe Hernandez frightj. x N "'+ 'N--L 5 x X 1 5 YN., Sorority, Froternity Represent Rom Bond Michael Barron, advisor Dana Lowe, president Bonnie Amos, vice president Sue Oliver, treasurer Frances Murray, recording secretary May Anderson, corresponding secretary Karla Snell, assistant pledge trainer Linda Yankovich, parliamentarian Danna Pounds Brenda Pounds Norma Parry Debbie Graves Tau Beta Sigma sponsored get-acquainted p a rt i e s for members at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters. A raffle was held to raise money for the band tour. Members of the sorority helped with the tour and the band banquet. The band fraternity, Kappa Kappa Psi, sold homecoming mums as its money making project. A joint meeting ot the band sorority and fraternity was held in November. The National Executive Secretary ot Tau Beta Sigma and Kappa Kappa Psi paid them an official visit. 4 E . X N A g' .5 , jg- -.y . . ' 51-f 1. .J ,. ' . . , .,.. .. , , A 951,21 Q if Students stop to order homecoming mums as they pass through the University Center jig: 1 its x New Socicil 'Frciternity Rises on Compus Alpha Kappa Lambda social fraternity was colonized on campus this year. Their mem- bership drive c o n t i n u e d through October, resulting in 45 members. A Little Sister organization was also begun in the fall. Twenty-two girls were initiated by the fraternity. AKL members and Little Sis- ters joined in with the other so- cial greeks on campus. O c. .1 ,. . , -. lf 'P Q l : Q I , " 'J - 5 . , 5 I, R, T' Xl--j, . i ' Q 5 7 The fellows from Boys' Ranch watch the ASU-Howard Payne game Cupperj. The boys are served a hot supper before the game Qcen- ter lefty. AKL Little Sisters include, Row 1: Jacque Allbright, Car- ol Soper, Linda Chachere, Patti Dragos, Row 2: Debbie Zachry, Vicki Baird, Marsha Gibles, Ruby Linney, Row 3: Teddie Thet- ford, Lynn Estes, Rita Jones, Judy Halfman, Suzanne Fisbeck, Marc Thetford, Row 4: Charlie Rhodes, Sharon Sullivan, Lindy Bierschwale, Cindi Turner, Row 5: Barbara Higgins, Phyllis Ru- mans, Diane Cudd, and Kayde Corbell fcenter righty. Mac Row- lett presents Lindy Bierschwale with a yellow rose upon her initia- tion as a Little Sister flowery. 5 O AKL members place signs showing their Ram support at each game and pep rally Qupperj. Dr. Charles Taylor, advisor Harold Price, president Bob Taylor, vice-president Pete Johanson, secretary Charles Kirkpatrick, treasurer Bill Watkins, rush chairman Al Bruton, social chairman Jim Alexander Randy Barbee Waymonn Berryhill Jim Blake Gary Burns Tom Burson Larry Casey Charles Corbell Jim Davis Chris Denton Scott Enslin John Garrett John Gurley AKL Joins Social Greeks S gy RAMS Ka E-xii 55- h .tt .. 'Q fs Ron Hyden David Keene Larry Kelly Mike Kidwell Clayton Kinnard Ronny Kleppner Terry Knous Kelly Knowlton Joe Koplowitz Mike Landrum Nicky Long Terry McClure Bill Oglesby Larry Patterson Scotty Pendegrass David Rawlings Skip Rhodes Mac Rowlette Pete Sandel David Skelton Scott Skidmore Steve Sperber Scott Stockton Jerry Templeton Mike Tipton Lambda Tau Wins Prize One of the highlights of the year for Lambda Tau sorority came at homecoming when their float won the first prize of S150 in the competition. The theme of the float was "Action, Strength, Unity." With the prize money, the girls enjoyed a cele- bration dinner at McEver's Ranch House. During the Christmas holi- days, sorority members went on a skiing trip to Ruidoso, New Mexico. Rushees get acquainted at the fall rush DGYYY CUPPSVD- Barbara McAninch, advisor Candi Cooper, president Linda Tawater, vice-president Dottie Ingham, secretary Dean Zanowiak, treasurer Cathie Clemens, parliamentarian Brenda Henderson, historian Lois Alcala mwah- . Karla Bradly Karen Currie Pam Davidson T? I .xx We Q- L .SWE QN At.. ,Qi . .Wi G -if Sylvia Dominguez Barbara Dressler Gayle Dunn Alisa Estes Kathie Failing Toni Garcia Teresa Hall Toye Hoppe Kathy Huff Terry Lewis Mollie Love Trudy McCollum Marcia Richards Devona Saunders Esther Trevino Marcie Wright Pam Davidson works on Lambda Taus prize winning float. 0 Bedford Cain III, advisor Larry Matson, president Wayne Franke, vice president Vance Fields, secretary Pat Gladden, treasurer Clayton Alred Jerry Barnard Gary Billingsley David Boedeker David Bowden Steve Byrd Buddy Calk Donald Chambers James Collett Bob Eckhardt P. K. Ellsworth Steve Eustis Herrell Flynt Keith Gilbert John Gravitt l.ambda Chi members drive the Ramobile in the homecoming parade flowery. ,4- and Lambda Chi Alpha Sports Ramobile-'Spirit Machine' Lambda Chi Alpha debuted their 1948 Vintage Chrysler, the "Ramobile" in early Sep- tember. It was used to promote spirit at parades, ram rallies and home football games. Local merchants and individuals do- nated materials for the rebuild- ing of the "Ramobile". This fall, the fraternity also held its second annual bumper sticker drive. Proceeds from the drive went into the Lambda Chi Alpha scholarship fund. The scholarship was presented each semester to one full-time stu- dent who had done the most to promote school spirit. As another spirit project, fraternity members threw over 200 miniature footballs to the crowds at each home game. During the spring semester, Lambda Chi Alpha held their annual White Rose Formal. 6 69' . v 3' Bill Jenkins Larry Jones Garvin Lee Frank Love Jim Lummus Brian McCollum Charles Musta Jerry Nevin Randy Rogers Kenny Sanders Rex Shepard Terry Sinclair Gary Spoonts Curg Starkey Charles Stovall Neal Sykes Gene Tutle David White Eddy Wilkinson Mark Woods Lombdo Chi's, Crescenls Boost Spirit """ fll lzilfl1I:i?Zlmr V.,, ft. 'fx .. Lambda Chi pledges give a skit at a Ram Rally Qlefty. Steve Byrd tosses footballs to the crowds at the Tarleton game frightj. Cres- cent girls and Lambda Chi's ride on the Crescent float in the homecoming parade Copposite page, Iowerj. 112 i Paula Wittenburg Joan Wright Maxie Wright Jan Yancey Sharron Baker Jana Brown Cathie Clemens Vicky Gassiot Sharon Houck Jo Anna Johns Sharon Lewis Tana Perkins Gail Smith Linda Tawater I it 'X-ESX 'X an ax5'Wg agen., ,. A' . '-': ,. . ' nw. N ' -+93-'N R 'f Al 4- " +- 1 'N '-'J '--va -A . me-f f .M-f:-e",1.T " Q. -. -.wiv-ev w .A u.WRfr-51' -' .f:,:-P' we -' - --Q .r?':L3':a Nc- - " " - 4 42:5-5' , 1 " "" ' x'-W '-'NAU' -WW--...A N 3 ,.f.-4 -efwr-- ,, ., HSL. 'H-gvk. rf- W A X ,-mx1t.,av' :--yi'-'fifl - : new- 5 . ' ' f f any . '- " Q.. xisvmgg1:Y-'-ftj:'RgJ: xwzwm Q., L fl' Tw - Em ..-4, :,fm::.,aLs-fp: Q.-1: Dr. Robert S. Coe, advisor Michael Barron, advisor Bill Irby, president Gary Rogers, vice-president Terry Younggren, secretary Joe Zinser, treasurer Steve Brown, historian Oscar Acevedo Bobby Alsobrook Mike Brown Wiley Burrus Glenn Chalker Dan Cogswell Jerry Garner Ralph Gill Don Hunt Greg Hutchinson Tommy King Don Larimore Robert Murphy fx .c ., T! . ,V , . , 1 71 x. ' , It Cindy Crawford chats with parents during parent-alumni reception flower lefty. Rosco and Dominic Ill pose with members of Pi Kappa Alpha at a Ram Rally flower righty. Pikes Introduce 'Phi Phi Wogon u lllillll null. Robert Murray Jeff McClure Robert McGarvey Phil Merkel Mickey Nesbitt Mike Noyd Jerry Orsak David Perry Cleave Pool Ford Roberson Rick Roberts Mark Steele Chris Stone Randy Thomas Bruce Wayham I l ,X XXX i ' r f X '-7 A7 cb .EX xkr . W EEE- iiiffk f 5 . gf.!:.-I' wir A tg,! it !1 l xr 'xxx ,ra . ,qc ' - fi -. Y, ",.f 1 " X' M t M it he yvg ,V 3-' ' X w X l Q If f ix xx XX X K I X X X x C9 Restoration of a 1929 Sea- graves fire truck was completed by the Pi Kappa Alpha Frater- nity in mid-September. The truck, a fraternity symbol, was used to transport members to and from Ram Rallies. ln order to promote school spirit the fraternity supplied a new live mascot, Dominic lll, with the help of Leo and Bob Richardson of lraan. "Rosco the Ram", known outside of uniform as Wiley Burrus, was created by Wiley and presented to the school along . with Dominic. lfollowing the Homecoming game the Eta Epsilon Chapter honored their p a r e n t s and alumni with a reception. Other social events included trips to Kingsville and Alpine to back the Rams. Along with a trip to the Dis- trict Convention, second semes- ter activities i n c l u d e d the Dream Girl Formal and various parties and dances. Actives, Pledges, and Little Sisters accept the Spirit Log fuppery. II 11 5 Mr. and Mrs. Don Larimore enjoy the homecoming recep- tion Cupperj. The Little Sisters assist Mr. and Mrs. Young- gren in preparing meal Qcenterj. Fraternity members enjoy lunch on the Younggren patio flowery. X. i I I i Q. LI' Little SistereOrgcinizcition Bcicks Pikes ALIIM. -1 Dana Larimore and Marsha King Qupper lefty. Debbie Simmons, Kitty Koon, Louise Petrilla, Eileen Perry, Brenda Ra- ney, and Melinda Broome Qupper rightj. Karen Schneider, Chris Zinser, Debbie Johnson, Diana Elrod, and Claudia Sloan flower lefty. Karla Walters, Carol Casbeer, and Marty Lewis flower rightj. 1' wg! K' 1 ,V , I n 5l, ur " 1 iifgfzgwlfr, P fn," , fx ' , - ' ', 'SV I 'J' ur, 'f'-1, I' wx '5""4, ff .f AMF' 1 6 u . 'Eff1f""'7of A , , Uri, 1. , , ., a , ,f 1,1 .W '54 1 " W., 494 A 1 K 1 KJ k F 1 R V I w J, .4 r K 1 r , ' . 3' . P . V' ,P re. 0 E Roms Edge Prciirie View in Pat Clarke charges into Panther offense Cupperj. Hard charging Ram takes a breather fupper righty. Ram defense stops opponent dead in tracks flowery. 88 ffl.. la ln addition to a 21-14 victory over the Panthers, ASU man- aged a lopsided decision in team statistics. The Rams out- gained the visitors 386 yards to 116. The most impressive phase of the game was the rushing defense. Besides allow- ing just over 100 total yards, ASU held the Panthers to minus 11 on the ground. A8tNl started the scoring early in the first period with an intercepted pass. The anxious Rams didn't wait long as they drove 72 yards in 12 plays with Austin bulling into the endzone and Carnes adding the extra point. The Rams went back down 14-7 in the third quarter after a successful Pan- ther pass. A fumbled punt gave the blue squad the ball. Jerry Austin and Terry Kinard took turns scoring and Steve Carnes added all the extra points. Debut 21-14 Rciin Hompers LSC Opener Rain, interceptions, and pen- alties plagued the first game of 1971 LSC competition. The Southwest Texas Bobcats capi- talized on Ram errors to exit the field with a 30-8 decision, handing the Rams the short end of the score. Gary Kirksey car- ried across for two after Jerry Austin's initial score. 2,6 -..L Al. 53 Qigsx , ., , .. N. Terry Kinard calls the signals as the powerful Ram offense pre- pares to attack fupperj. Anxious faces and umbrellas dot the stands as fans brave pouring rain to back the Rams Qcenterj. Quarterback Terry Kinard consults the coaches during time out flowery. Billy York warms up fupper lefty. Harry Griffin eyes offense at work fupper rightb. Charley Franklin smashes his way through the TSC defense flowery. Roms Crush Tcirlelon, Fumble lo 'Kats pd' V" 10 . ' "-f ' ' ?P'i.m'7 ' if ' ' iffw Us f' ' -- 2- sin Z 4 V- ,Al-, P ,se .V an ',. 'K' ,I :,' Q 5 s b L 6,9 fi A .Fl r 44'- '-'-:A 'f 'TH IFJ'- ,,,,, ..-.. 'HY-':"" ,., if' 'Obi .-Ai. f -3 ,rift . , . . , bk y L ' vo- A':La"if'3 s M X 1--' The fighting Blue and Gold avenged their LSC loss by tromping over TSC. Besides the impressive 42-13 score the Rams rolled up 537 yards rush- ing, completed 10 for 16 pass- es, and picked off 3 intercep- tions. The crushing defense held the Texans to 239 total yards rushing. Freshman Char- ley Franklin started things off early in the first period when he broke loose from the TSC nine into the endzone. Steve Carnes stepped up to the ball and made it 7-O. Billy York de- cided to help out by grabbing a TSC pass and racing 26 yards untouched. Carnes came in and the board lit 14-O. James Ratliff then made an interception but the Rams lost it on a fumble. The Texans took the opportuni- ty to register 7. On their next try ASU moved 65 yards in 5 plays ending with Bennie Wil- son's 19 yard dash for 6 more, and a Carnes kick. The Texans came back to pass for 6, only to see the PAT fail. For the fifth TD Kirksey tossed to Tyler for 27 yards, the kick was good, and the second half was under- way. The final score of the game was another toss to Tyler, this time for 16 yards and Carnes came in to make it 6 for 6. One week later the Rams traveled to Huntsville to meet the Sam Houston State Bear- kats. After a Bearkat punt the Rams moved up-field until Jerry Austin bulled across for- the only Ram score. The score re- mained 6 up until late in the fourth period when both teams took turns fumbling until the 'Kats started on their winning drive. The kick for the extra point was good and although four minutes remained the Rams couldn't get going again. The final gun sounded with the score 13-6. Gary Kirksey scrambles for yardage tup- perj. The team captains meet with official for the toss of the coin flowery. ASU Tumbles Unbeciten Yellowlcickets vu- A 4 v ' L ld - , l' T. K "ff--.-D.-',L ' arf' ., . n. g:fS1f" i3QZp5.fJSg?Q-'Sf 'L '44 15,9-'-, , "qQ,',.,' I 2. 'V '- an - . -mf' f ., X '--4+-s. . ,x Nays- .V qu N ,gt me ,- .--... , vfvu,-qw..nipfw 3,- The ASU defense stood up strongly in the final minutes of play to preserve a 28-26 vic- tory over Howard Payne Col- lege. The Rams had taken a 21- 7 lead at halftime with scores from Austin and Franklin. How- ever, the determined Jackets came back in the third period to up the score 21-14. A 79 yard march, capped by a TD by Bennie Wilson gave the blue squad their winning points after Steve Carnes booted his fourth extra point for the night. The visitors didn't give up until the final minutes, scoring two touchdowns but failing to ac- quire the extra points. Dan Daniel picked off a Colliflower pass and returned it 31 yards to halt the final drive by the Yellowjackets. A8tl slipped by the Rams with the help of two fieldgoals. The Rams put the initial score on the board with an 87 yard punt return by freshman Charley Franklin. The Hogs came back to tie the score late in the first period. That was it for the scor- ing until the Javs had two suc- cessful fieldgoal attempts. LS Then Fcills Victim lo Jcivelincis 13-7 DQ,- SJW' 1' 1: i 4 N it t Junior tailback, Jerry Austin, plows through would-be tacklers to add more yardage to his yearly total Coppo' site page upperj. Jerry Austin's Hsecond effort" almost breaks him free Copposite page lowerj. Joe Keal 1655 and James Ratliff C673 team up for the tackle fupper lefty. Quarterback, Terry Kinard scrambles for additional yard- age Cupper rightj. Pat Clarke recovers fumble flowery. 12 6 Homecoming Win Begins Victory Strecik A 48-3 homecoming victory over the lVlclVlurry Indians gave the Rams a 4-3 record. A 75- yard punt return by Charlie Franklin after the game had been over for 10 seconds ended the thriller. Thomas Williams blocked an Indian punt and Clark Riley recoverd it in the endzone to give the defense their share in the scoring. Jerry Austin and Bennie Wilson each contributed two touchdowns. Terry Kinard, Clark Riley, and Charley Franklin each tossed in six points. Steve Carnes took the honors all seven times, missing only once during the game. The Rams took their winning record and traveled to Nacog- doches to ruin the Lumber- jacks' homecoming. Steve Carnes had two field goals and five PATS to contribute eleven points to the 41-13 victory. Charley Franklin put up two of the Ram touchdowns, one a 93- yard punt return. Terry Kinard hit John Tyler with a pass in the endzone-for six points, while Larry Moore and Bennie Wilson both ran for six points. Nils .-J' -. '3 X' a s .. R Qiiiv' "wr" H P 'Lf ' fc . 1 3f.L'-.4323 -, N' 411.235 QQ, , 1, .""bif'7i1 l'f'f"tf"l',' "QQ, -' , .5 A..-iagifsir Terry Kinard calls the signals with the Rams one yard away from six points Qupper righty. The play is good and the quarterback is across the goal Cupper lefty. Haskell speed-merchant, Charlie Frank- lin calls for a fair catch Uowerj. The Ram offense moves into action Cup- perj. Chris Walker confers with coach dur' ing time out fcenter lefty. Danny Hartin kicks off Ccenter rightj. Charley Franklin takes a hand off from Terry Kinard and streaks around left end flowery. 28 Richard Alexander throws the block as Bennie Wilson carries Cuppery. Willie Zuni- ga is brought down after a pass comple- tion fcenter lefty. Harry Griffin runs the re- turn on an intercepted pass fcenter rightj. Jerry Austin dives forward to gain extra yardage flowery. Lions, Lobos Tumble,- Rom Secison 42 ,Wt Ends 7-3 The ASU defense paced the victory in the final home game as East Texas State was held to a total of 183 yards rushing. Billy York added another inter- ception to his record and set the offense up for the winning touchdown. Jerry Austin scored twice with Steve Carnes making both conversions. As the Rams season record jumped to 6-3 the Lions went down with a 14-7 decision. The Rams finished the season with a 45-14 win over the Lobos. Billy York added three interceptions to his rec- ord, including one he ran back for six points. Danny Hartin han- dled the kicking, hitting 6 for 6 PATS and a field goal. Jerry Austin added 18 points, Char- ley Franklin and John Tyler with passes from Gary Kirksey. Besides posting the best sea- sonal record in ASU history, the Rams put Jerry Austin, Rodney Cason, and Bill DeNlent on the All-Conference Offensive team, Thomas Williams on the first defensive, and Ben Bob Walker and Billy York on the second defensive teams. Honorable mention went to Charley Frank- lin, John Tyler, Tom Finley, Vic Smith, Richard Alexander, Tom- my Orsak, Eddie Washington, and Dan Daniel. LSC Freshman of the Year, Charley Franklin, set a conference record with the longest punt return in its history-93 yards. Bill DeMent set a conference career punting record averaging 43.2 yards in 210 punts. each put 6 points on the board Terry Kinard holds as Danny Hartin attempts the field goal fupperj. Over 300 fans attended the Sul Ross game in Alpine - flowery. L.. . Cheerleaders Buoy Student Body Spirit -1, The Cheerleaders were a fa- miliar sight and sound at the Ram sports events this year. They helped back the team at Ram Rallies, football games and basketball games. During the '71-'72 school year the cheerleaders we re Sharron Baker, Wayne Franke, Terry Lewis, Bryan lVlcCollum, Jerry Orsak, and Hedy Owens. Caro- lyn Crill was their sponsor. Y The Ram kick off is eagerly awaited by Sharron and Wayne Cupperj. Jerry looks on as Terry demonstrates her cheerleading abilities Qlowerj. The cheerleaders observe their helper Copposite page, upperj. Hedy boosts the spirit at one of the Ram Rallies Copposite page, lowerj. Angelettes Add Spirit The Angelettes performed routines during football and basketball game halftimes. Be- sides providing entertainment for the crowd, they formed a pep block and added to the team spirit. During basketball season the Angelettes present- ed the Hustle-Bucket Award to the outstanding players. New drill team members were elected each semester. They were chosen on the basis of personality, poise, coordi- nation, and grades. Carolyn Crill sponsored the organization. Joanna Johns and Lady Mary Beeson award Mike Richardson with the Hustle- Bucket Award fupperj. The Angelettes urge the team on with their uniform mo- tions and yells flowery. Carolyn Crill, spon- sor, helps out by performing during this half time performance Copposite page, upperj. Lady Mary Beeson and the others do one of their routines at a Thursday evening Ram Rally Qopposite page, lowery. if ml an lf? is p av if Q . 1 'far' JFK ' f wa-14. Rounclbollers Post 14-13 Seoson Record Angelo State's Fighting Rams turned in a winning record by downing the Sul Ross Lobos 98-82. The Ram cage squad started the season off by downing the LCC Chapar- rals in the opener, and Southwestern Uni- versity three days later. Captain Johnny Spriggs led the attack against Lubbock Christian College by hitting 10 of his first 11 shots. He ended the game with 26 points, two behind the high-scorer, Charlie Williams. The Angelo cagers connected on 38 of 64 attempts from the field and 17 of 20 free throws. The Rams dropped their record to 2-1 after meeting St. lVlary's Rattlers in a home battle. The defense-minded snakes left the Rams just short with a 75-71 decision. ASU standout, Johnny Spriggs led the assault li 1 on St. Nlary's with 25 points. The Ram's Bill Buck teamed up with Spriggs to put the blue and gold squad in the lead early in the second half. A hot streak put the Rattlers back in the lead as the final gun sounded, leaving the A-Staters 4 points shy. For the first three games Spriggs led all ------- the Rams with a 25.0 average from the 7 field. Charlie Williams and Bill Buck aver- aged 14.0 and 13.0 respectively. In the re- bound department John Kubinsky and Dana Keesee led with 30 and 18 rebounds. Craving for a victory, the Rams travelled Il to Las Cruces, New lVlexico to face the New lVlexico State University Aggies. The Aggies were rated sixteenth in the NCAA by the associated press prior to the game. Facing an unsympathetic crowd, the Rams returned from the locker room at halftime down 45-43. Captains John Kubinsky and Johnny Spriggs got the team together and led the way through the second half. ASU went into the lead with 14:42 remaining in the game. A string of 10 points in the last nine minutes gave the running blue the edge to leave NMSU the victors. The Ag- gies felt the shock of a 77-71 loss to the ASU crew. Phillip Ned grabs a rebound for ASU qrightp. Ram players scramble to get open as Ned holds the ball iopposite page, upperj. Johnny Spriggs shoots for two fopposite YS: 6 X' page, lower lefty. Bill Buck dribbles 'down the lane' look- V ""- N ing for two points fopposite page, lower rightj. Y fx X . 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The Rams had more than their share of problems as only two players got into double figures in the ACC game. This brought the team back to earth and they pro- ceeded to clobber the Southwestern Pirates by a score of 90-81. Putting it all back together the squad put Ned, Spriggs, Kubinsky, Buck, Richard- son, and Williams into double figures. Fans offer their support as the Rams down the Pirates Qupperj. Johnny Spriggs leaps in the air to attempt two points flower lefty. Hands are everywhere as Phillip Ned attempts a shot flower rightj. E i 8 The Ram basketball team played seven games during semester break, chalking up three wins and four losses. Leading most of the game, ASU handed St. Mary's a 68-64 loss. Southwest Texas State then handed the Rams an 80-74 loss, though the Rams led at halftime. The next opponent was ASLI at Kingsville, where another tough game was played. Phillip New was top scorer, but wasn't quite hot enough as the team fell 98-92. The blue and gold squad played host to the Sam Houston State Bearkats in early January, only to fall by a 78-62 decision. Coach Phil George and his crew then awaited the arrival of the NAIA third ranked SFA Lumberjacks in the San Angelo Coliseum, to pound them with a 143-111 victory. Dana Keesee jumps high in an attempt to get the ball for the blue and gold Qupperj. A wild scramble costs Charlie Williams the ball flowery. 5 N Q .713 s . 1 2.1. --. , , w.,,4.h. 4 --1 AW' Blue ond Gold Topple SFA Lumberiocks IRQ V blk N, High-scorer Johnny Spriggs goes for two more Qupper lefty. John Kubinsky attempts to tip the ball from opponents hand Cup- per rightj. Captain John Spriggs guards charging ACC player flowery. 0 Roms Post LSC Win Over Eost Texois State, The Rams got back into the winning department by downing East Texas State 88-84 in an LSC contest. The win gave the Rams their first LSC victory. Johnny Spriggs and Philip Ned paced the scoring with 23 points each. ASU posted its second LSC victory and evened its record to 7-7 by downing the Tarleton Texans 105-95. Charlie Wil- liams led the scoring with 24 points. Traveling to Alpine, the Blue and Gold toppled the Sul Ross Lobos 78-74. Two nights later, the LCC Chaparrals were hand- ed their second loss by the Rams in a 67-60 decision. iq ss X Z' The 'Dixiecats' provide halftime music at Ram home games Cup- pery. John Kubinsky attempts to block an opponent's shot flower lefty. John Kubinsky and John Spriggs prepare for the rebound on Phillip Ned's shot flower rightj. N .te - r Torleton,i to Even Record to 7-7 1---an ' x h fm 'Q - Mi' -. . :TERQ-s " 1555 ' - ' - S The Ram Roundballlers warm up in the Ram Dome Cupperj. Eddy Powell drives the cen ter lane and pops in two points flowery. The lVlclVlurry Indians stopped the Ram's five game winning streak with a 94-91 up- set. The Rams got off to an early lead but settled for a 41- 41 half time tie. The teams bat- tled out the start of the second half until the Indians grabbed control by surging ahead eight points. The Rams could only get within three points when the game ended. Things didn't get any better as Howard Payne's Yellow- jackets took on the ASU team. Going into the locker room at the half with a 55-41 lead, the 'jackets returned to take the Rams by a final score of 95-88. The Rams moved into the San Angelo Central High gym to meet the Bobcats of SVllT. Four Rams were shooting hot enough to make double figures as they held back the Bobcat attack. Late in the final period the Rams faltered and South- west Texas State went on to win 86-81. The Rams moved back to the San Angelo Coliseum for the wildest and roughest game of the season. There were 58 per- sonal fouls, three technical fouls, and a pushing match during the course of the game as the Rams clobbered Texas A8tl 110-98. The Javelinas got no closer than a five point margin. The action slowed down as Abilene Christian College came to the Ram Dome and popped the Rams in a close battle 90- 80. ASU then had an even sea- son with an 11-11 record and a 5-8 conference mark. 42 i to-A--....,-,td-" i The Ram basketball team had it rough on the road as they dropped a couple of games to Sam Houston State and Ste- phen F. Austin State. The Rams traveled to Hunts- ville to take on the Bearkats of SHSU and left on the short end of an 85-81 score. Sam Hous- ton State dominated the game. Top ASU scorers were John Ku- binsky with 17 points and Dana Keesee with 15. In Nacogdoches, the Rams tried their hand against the number four ranked SFA Lum- berjacks, but were defeated by a score of 110-87. Although the Rams tied the score several times, they never did lead the game. Leading scorers for the game were Phillip Ned with 26 points, Johnny Spriggs with 19 and Bill Buck with 11. AJDQ-in gl . W fin 4 , I . 'W , 98" , . f I ff ,.,. ' ' av- -V ,S 256- L.. N-xx .,. .. 'N?.'r m.+'.1:rgQFN. JI. ,,-5:10 3, Tw- gg-..r .sw 3' - V .. ."' Johnny Spriggs fights hard for two more points Cupper lefty. Ram defenders gather as opponent tries for two points fupper rightj. Dana Keesee shoots high from the outside to avoid defender's hand Qlowerj. Fighting Rcims Finish' Fifth in LSC T di 5 E! 'sus-maze P..-.,, Tn el hu ...zif?' ' i W 'SX WX A I Both teams swarm to the basket in preparation for the rebound fuppery. The ball hovers during that breathless second between victory and defeat flowery. ,,, Q23 ' ""-Em The East Texas State Lions fell victim to the Rams in an 81-72 whipping. The Lions came into the Ram Dome to play against a stiff ASU de- fense. The Rams dominated the entire game as Ned hit 24, Spriggs added 19 and Kubinsky tossed in 18 points. Tarleton's Texans were next on the Ram's list as the efforts of Williams, Richardson, Kubin- sky, and Ned led to an 84-77 conference victory. Down at half time by two points, the Rams came back to tie the score. The hot shooting of Phil- lip Ned and Bennie Ward put the game out of reach for the Texans in the final minutes. The Rams hosted the Sul Ross Lobos for the final game of the season. The game start- ed fast as Dana Keesee tossed in four points with only seven seconds m i s s i n g from the clock. lt was the Ram's game the rest of the way as the Lobos fell 89-74, leaving the Rams fifth in the LSC. Cindermen Toke Lone Stcir Conference Crown Josh Owusu racked up 23 points and won three events to lead the Angelo Staters to 62 points and the 1972 Lone Star Conference track and field title. Owusu, the outstanding field performer won the long jump, the triple jump, and the 440-yard dash. The 440-yard relay team added another victory in the first running event. With the addition of this win the Rams were in the lead the rest of the way. ASU's Guy Levey posted his best mile ef- fort and then came back to take a second in the three-mile run. The Ram mile-relay team posted a third place finish to put the Rams out of reach to HPC's Yellowjackets. ln that last race, Okyir, running with a pulled muscle, held out long enough to hold fourth place as he handed to Morris Over- street. Overstreet ran the second leg and handed to Owusu with the Rams still in fourth place but the Ghana sophomore poured on the steam to put ASU in second and pass the baton to Griffin. Griffin's anchor leg helped the Rams to a 3:17.5 third-place finish. As the LSC marks fell the A-Staters took the crown away from Sul Ross by a 62-37 margin. fin-ss--.r - vw- , '- ., X -- '.-- - - - w,.,n1N gavid ,Pagan prepares to throw the shot fupperj. Morris Overstreet maintains the lead in the 440-yard low hurdle race ower . x Dila:- !"l?93?9i?' .A .. : -5511, '-rw' X . , H Q 'tigfisfl . . ,gh- X, isa. M,,4..31i' 1" iv 'Q 194 ' S+ 5.2: f .B ," 2 , . ., A . 7 1, 1Q3 tw-at Q' ,,A- f 'I I m f Morris Overstreet streaks to the finish to set his best time in the hurdle event fupper lefty. Coach Dave Nobles keeps a wachful eye as his Ram tracksters race toward the 1972 crown fupper rightj. Joshua Owusu leaps over the high jump bar flowery. 14 Trcicksters Boost Conference Records K. O. Okyir established a new 220-yard dash mark with a 21.3. But he didn't stop there. Spectators watched Okyir push the 100 yard dash record to 9.4 seconds. Harry Griffin turned a 48.3 loop in the 440-yard competi- tion. Guy Levey turned a 9:29.2 mile run while Joshua Owusu wrapped up the long jump with a 25'-QW' leap. ln the mile re- lay the Rams upped the mark to 3:19.8. Overstreet and Treadaway held the hurdles in ASU country with 0verstreet's 14.6 in the 120 yard highs and Tread- away's 57.1 in the 440-yard hurdles. Overstreet came back in the LSC meet for his best time of the year, a 55.0 in the 440 hurdles. 1 Relay runners, Mo s O e street Josua Owusu Harry Gr ff d K O Oky r pace each other on a warmup 440 flowerj. Josh O usu st des to a d another long 1 p eco d Qupperj uqewrs N N W' X '.-- F x i 'Qi' ' J 5 iff? .. F-f' 5 nv -.va-, .. I , A t.t,,:. ' L0 U3 5' 'Q W QU ff Qs fif ' -1 s 6- 4 -S' 6 1 'z fW1 XXX -..,,. I 'new' ' Swv 5 ' --K ore.. . We , -.Saw-. Sprinters line up and stretch into blocks to wait for starting gun fupperj. David Pagan, A. San Miguel and Tom Finley handle field events for ASU flower lefty. Josh Owusu stretches in preparation for another high jump flower rightj. Roms Toke Second in LSC Net Action The Angelo State University Tennis team wrapped up the 1972 season in second-place behind East Texas State. ASU, the defending cham- pions, went into the final tour- ney with a record of 24 wins and six losses compared to ETS 29-O standing. Angelo State won the 1971 LSC crown from seven-year holders ETSU and went into the final 1972 round neck and neck. Rams David Harrison and Neill NlcClung teamed up to put up a strong defense for the Rams in the final elimination round. ' I' H Members of the Ram Tennis team are Rex Hoffman, Tommy Mc- Colloch, Barron Rector, Stewart Shelton, standing, and Neill Mc- Clung, Felix Huerta, and David Harrison, kneeling fuppery. Coach Vandergriff offers last minute advice before final round Cleftj. Tommy McColloch sets for the return frightj. ...uxsu T wiimm x sei?-s , ...,,,, , 1 u SM X iviin 3C"f'l':f- -in .. ,. ,. .. .s . X tw. .. fllifff F-' f w'XQLE:b'5lsx.-..L 1.10.1 .Sm -'1-ix '51-' sf- 3 -: 2 :- r J 9 Q -J w Adi' -1-7 David Harrison makes recovery after return fupper lefty. Neill McCIung serves to get the game underway Cupper rightj. Team members Tommy McCulloch and Neill McCIung examine new equipment flowery. The Rams of coach Jim Hess traveled to Commerce to break a second-place tie with Sam Houston State. The Rams were only four strokes behind going into the final round of LSC play. Stephen F. Austin completed the 1972 LSC golf competition with its fourth tournament win and team title. At the same time, ASU's Ron Broadrick took individual hon- ors for the season. Team members, Keith Mc- Cutchen, Jim NlcAnally, Jim Mundell, and Con Hartman joined Broadrick to put the Rams second in front of Sam Houston State, Tarleton State, and East Texas State. In the final round Broadrick posted a 70, NlcCutchen a 705 Jim Nlc- Anally had a 733 Con Hartman posted a 75, and Jim lVlundell a 73. Ii B Angelo State Golfers Take Second Place .-.-v ..t , R., x 3, - 1- -egg. vial.. i wig. x v X bl fm' xi i Craig Stevens, Jim Mundell, Keith Mc- Cutchen, Jim McAnally, Coach Hess, Ronnie North, and Con Hartman repre- sented Angelo State in the LSC golf cir- cuit Copposite page upperj. 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N, .-f-.1,4wux15f'f-19 .-.. :'!91.e-J-N-'-ff-' .' .- -.gf - 1 . ...Q I E' FI' rw- - 1 Honors Presented to Cutstonding Students ASU students voted for and elected those students who rep- resented them as Mr. and Miss ASU, Homecoming Queen and Rodeo Queen. Every campus or- ganization was permitted to nominate candidates for each position. The first election de- termined the finalists for each position. Winners were chosen in a run-off election. Homecoming Queen and Ro- deo Queen must be of at least sophomore standing. Only ju- niors and seniors were eligible for the Mr. and Miss ASU titles. Twenty-eight upperclassmen were chosen as members of Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities. Stu- dents were nominated by their major departments and then evaluated according to their qualities of leadership in aca- demic and extracurricular ac- tivities, citizenship and service to the university and com- munity. Scholarship and prom- , ise of future potential were also taken into account. The main ' purpose of Who's Who was to provide a democratic basis for national recognition of out- standing campus leaders. Mr., Miss ASU Runners-up 1 x . .. , A in Barbara Prince Brenda Preiss Tommy Orsak ri Rfili ..., -NIP, :'t' U ,r . 'ff 157 Cindy Phenix Burt Bloodworth rx f 'wmv G Sf fl? 5 2,5 1 , h ,V -film W - -' ' " J ,2-151, 1-me Q ,, 'ff W .V 1. -Q-,.,,. I 'Vis' ' Hb-I ---- ""' N 153- " 4 "-' ..- ,,,, ,W A ' A" 'vzggg-,-..... ffl, , .. ' ' - - . , . j' 5 .- -- mean. I , A . .. .A,-..,.....,,-an - ,, A W-.M 4 D, Al,-,.,,.,.. N... W W, X G I A -L... --4--KH-.......... . ' --:M---ff: ,,.. ,Y I , U . A v M I A ,,, 'gg -3-.. .M .,,,,,,a-,Mmm WW D 4 - fl .'4. Q-' " 2 ,..,- .,L,.. ' , 1... ig 4 . In u A ? BN Q H 1 L' ' f f , - . 4 A A s ,X 'P 'Q 5 ip if .v-is . Q V' rj: ' : i f 2 ir 45 1 0 , Qi 4 A V x eg .. 4 Homecoming Queen Jean Ann Block ,4 .rf-J :J 1 ...---,, V. '42 Q' - 4.. V. ..1,4 I ,L. N-. .'o' ,4. L r. 1 -.-.' . .,. Nl, ,pp-..,' o - n 1 9 L 1, A A 2'-5 'Jr . . 1 Y L-.A.p.. --,-p- ...vg,..,.. L , Na X Trudy McCollum Ana Fernandez Delle Davis 5 T . guy: .ff.',w, -ff-i -1 I ..,...,.q.f,.,fu.,-, y- K: , Q --,YWK 54 1 Lf efoe Belle K ', if n Block 'Ye'5ggv,g.Lq,,. N I, ,rggvl fx f r 'u"'a"K55'liS1-U ea-.sum J-az.-.-,.4,.5,. ,W H s lj HIHLQ Q 'af fm 6 '1" -x 'ffl via. 'Q . I U Misflefoe Beau Jerry Qsclk - , ms- ! . F. Who's Who J k J 5 if 'gp:',,,,' I: J W W .. .-in i 'L A we Ww i-i JP JL K . 'M ..W' .. . 1, - X , - 'fs Q3L1.tWr23o'F glvho members include Duan Smith, Janeen Haun, June McBride, Morris Overstreet, Sharon Houck, Michael Broome, and ei a a in o. 154 I Garry Davis, Dana Lowe, Dean Zanowiak, Kathleen Trudo, Bill York, David Harrison, and Laura Behrens were also chosen as mem bers of Who's Who. 6 HEX W .'.-ns .'f"' 'een'- ., .1 3 ': R :'a': G.-.,fn. in ef , Fsiigzr Yet ers nc.uoe Dale Freeman, Carol Holtrnan. Larry Matson, ,- Who's Who Jo Nell Simmons, Clinton Henson, Rachel . -QQ-If 'I , '.', . I V 1 , .,z,! -VA, ' , J-'j Grp' 'f.f4,r,1--1, ,gf W -. ,--ff 1 1 ,- -1 . , -V3 A fn X5-117' .' .- -. , ,1 , . 'Tiw .g -, U N - I' ",' , ,l , . . .A -J f gg-. eq- 5--' v X ""' Lira . 1-5 , K - 3: ' " V V -, .55 "'- . SX lx . ,ASV 5- . ,r ' his ' .lf- Yg 'pjf Z T , . .. J' ,-' . - 1 -1 Vx'-23. ' 4 S- el - - 1- f. 3 .. . 3 F9 4 2 -. .1 kv" 1, - . ,fi 1 , fu- ,111 . -L' iq 'lift-l"9' A: J- M - r 1,vif,:g."q- -- - -. "11f".. a.,g,4,,., .Af -Nw, f 'Jw , . , .1 - X I .L . '-T?" z fm-W ' en: 'J . . -2y!7-:f:.,.v1'- I 'I , x ,. ,A ..!,..x l J 2, , -1' 4 V. -u :,. ,rz ' 1,5 .. 5--m' rfb- 41.5" "9'f,I.- .-' ' " .- I Q.-V1---b' 2 -gifs,-, Q.. W 3:1-!z1'1 gm fggx' -1, l .- ,I r'1"'f ,-. , . , , - ' , warm' "1 '. .9 , -D, 'ual v 1 . - I Dr. Lloyd D. Vincent President's 'Office Promotes University Dr. Lloyd D. Vincent, Presi- dent of the university, coordi- nated all official functions of Angelo State. He also reported directly to the Board of Regents on the conditions of ASU. Administrative Assistant to the President, Bedford Cain, helped plan, draw-up and write all university catalogs. A supple- mental color brochure was dis- tributed in July to all prospec- tive fall students. Mrs. Virginia Scott, Adminis- Mrs. Virginia Scott compiles files and records for President Vincent as one of her secretarial duties flefty. Janie Trowbridge prepares address lists for information sent from the President's office Crighty. Bedford "Beep Vincent and assists him in his official functions flowery. I ,,-1--"" , V , . ,1......1--7 ,I -.-.A B. I gag. .i jliiimasaf. . .-stvzvv-qs -5-Q.--. . trative Secretary, was especially helpful to Dr. Vincent with his reports to the Board of Re- gents. Miss Janie Trowbridge helped Mrs. Scott with her sec- retarial duties. " Cain sets up all appointments for President I V I I I-A 'Tit-g mmf M- be :wa -17 .'2 1 'R tiihqii T -fs. wa' ' " '-1 ,ffj -- -ff' -' K .1--1 -1,511.5 i' M, , . -. ,fr -' ' ,jl'.o,A':.43f1".Q':5 iw--1' ' ' ' ,4 .. 9 .-, . Presiclent's Home ls Entertciinment Site President and lVlrs. L. D. Vin- cent opened their home for . many ASU activities this year. Possibly the biggest event at the home was the luncheon held when United State Secre- tary ot the Treasury, John Con- nally, former Texas governor, came to Angelo State to dedi- cate the Houston Harte Uni- versity Center. Connally, a per- sonal triend ofthe late Houston Harte, spoke to over 2,000 stu- dents, faculty members, and townspeople. Following the ceremonies on campus, the Vincents hosted the luncheon in their back yard. At this luncheon, President Vin- cent presented Secretary Con- nally with a gold money clip in remembrance ofthe dedication. The president's home is located on a spacious lot at 2602 Live Oak Qupperj. Secretary Connally speaks to the many people who were present for the dedication Cleftj. Connally thanks President Vincent and the entire university for his gold money clip flowery. -..mv',,,,, A ,-... --4 an ..z.,.. ei' P,J'i Secretary Connally and his wife enjoy the catered luncheon at the Vincent's Cupperb. Mark Tansil and Duan Smith look at dollar bills countersigned by Secretary Connally flowery. Ks. 174 Deons Concentrcite on Student Life Student deans provided a counseling service to ASU stu- dents. They also acted as disciplinarians. Angelo State University's Deans include Dean of Men, Paul Horne fupper lefty, Dean of Stu- dents, Dr. William 0'Zee fupper rightj, Assis- tant Dean of Women, Beverly Truett flower lefty, and Dean of Women, Janet Douglas flower rightj. Grdclucite Study Begins The graduate program was initiated at Angelo State Uni- versity in the fall of 1971. Graduate programs were of- fered in the fields of English, History, and Elementary Edu- cation. There were 93 students enrolled in the graduate pro- gram during the fall semester. Academic deans include Dr. Bernard Young, Graduate Dean Cupper Ieftjp Dr. James Holland, Director of Curriculum fmiddle lefty, Dr. Hugh Meredith, Dean of the University flower leftjg and Dr. Gordon Welch who serves as liaison with Good- fellow Air Force Base flower rightj. 11157 ww H' "FW Business Cffice Is Asset to Students In-Q Bill Hale, business manager prepares the budget for annual ex- penditures Cupperj. Volita Wilkinson serves as head cashier in the business office flower lefty. June Dunkin is administrative secretary to Mr. Hale Crightj. Robert Krupala serves as head auditor Clefty. He is assisted by Ross Harris and , J O k I lefty. Victor Wilde is ames c er lower i the University Purchasing Agent frightj. X xj MV Bill Hale, Business Manager, was in charge of the general financial management of the uni- versity. Among his duties were the preparation and administration of the annual budget and the operation of the auxiliary enterprises of the uni- versity. Victor Wilde, Purchasing Agent, handled the purchasing of most departmental supplies and equipment. Robert Krupala, with the assistance of Ross Harris and James Ocker, handled the au- diting. 7 78 Foll Enrollment Reaches New High Enrollment for the fall se- mester reached an all-time high with 3,892 students register- ing, according to Dr. Warren G. Griffin, registrar. The sopho- more, junior,and senior classes were the largest in the history of Angelo State. ASU boasted 32 foreign students, 16 of whom were from Hong Kong. ASU Registrar Dr. Warren G. Griffin sets up class schedules fupperj. Michael Bar- ron, admissions officer, reviews qualifica- tions of students entering ASU flowery. 4 V VZQQI ?lllT1 lllm A-x...Ad X xxmx-xxfwqmigxp Registrar, admissions, and fiscal office personnel include Pete Hitch, office su- pervisor Cupper lefty, Victor Wilde, pur- chasing agent flower lefty, Dr. O. S. Cau- then, director of special services fupper rightyp and Bill Hale, business manager flower rightj. 18 O Campus Operations Maintain University . X A Erwin Voss checks invoice with Lee Motl Cupper lefty. Carl Stemple repairs door in the workshop fupper rightj. Harold MacDonald stays busy in his office typ- ing various reports flower leftj. Dale Combs also helps with repairs flower rightj. P ,-i g at XA. I lx, The Physical Plant handled all plumbing and electrical work, carpentry, vehicle re- pairs, and moving for the uni- versity. Doc Smith, the plant di- rector, reported that the only addition to the plant equipment this year was an air lift scaffold for changing lights in the new gymnasium. The Data Processing Depart- ment handled all university rec- ords. There has been no addi- tion since the IBM 360, Model 25 computer that was installed last year. The computer helped to meet the growing demands of the university. Print shop personnel printed university forms, documents, reports, cards, and university advertisements. T h e y also printed semester tests for the faculty members. Doc Smith, Physical Plant Director, and secretary Onita Seevy, talk with visiting student Cupper lefty. James MacDonald works on a program at the key punch ma- chine Cupper righty. Arthur Sherman gets help on flowcharts from Darvis Cormier fleftj. Hecilth Clinic Aids Students The Angelo State University Clinic had medical assistance constantly available for those in need of such assistance. Dr. Darlene Hunter and nurses are available to treat students for illnesses and injuries. All ser- vices from the clinic were free. Sharon Frysak serves as secretary for the clinic fupper lefty. Medical services are given by Dr. Darlene Hunter fupper rightj. Jeanne Shlenauk fills a prescription at the clinic flower lefty. A patient is treated by Marjoria Nichols flower rightj. If tr l l l i X ' 1 '2 If Ox . FQ 1 5.3 IP 5 I 4 in bt. I Light.. damage' 1' I Q41 X 9 f'X 'Wd' p 42 'ti N X, 8 f w, f ,z f 9:53 4.531 -if, ' 3 5 if .3 Q4 "i i -17 9 f' 'Q' f's,"W ,.., .W ff, .,,',.'x W .93-1 . Cfficers Wotch for Violotors Two functions of the Campus Security Officers were traffic control and campus parking. Security also issued student identification cards. Excitement was stirred in the Security Office during the fall semester when the officers ran a deer off the ASU campus. Bobby Peiser is Security Director for An- gelo State fupper lefty. Campus Security remains at their office for a second year flower lefty. E Spocious Librciry Meets Students Needs V a r i o u s accommodations were available in the library to aid students with study and re- search. R e s e r v e d reading rooms, ear training rooms and typing areas satisfied most study needs. Newspapers and magazines were readily avail- able to students through the periodical section of the li- brary. Another facility available for student use was the Xerox machine. Students and faculty spent many hours in the spacious li- brary preparing for semester tests and finals. Students read daily newspapers in the periodical section of the library Qupperj. Joe Lee heads the library staff flower lefty. Librarians check out books to students fcenter rightj. Reserved reading rooms are popular places in which to do research flower rightj. 5' "H AL- -- 's M.: Riley Heods New Bookstore The opening of the new book- store was a rewarding event for the students on the ASU cam- pus. The better facilities pro- vided more space and a larger selection of books and sup- plies. Beside school supplies, the bookstore sold make-up, records, jewelry, and other items. The store also had a wide variety of greeting cards and Angelo State shirts. Morgan Riley, manager, and Randy Scott, assistant manager, take inventory fupper lefty. Checks are received at the bookstore flower lefty. Ann Burns and Virgie Spieker, bookstore employees, admire the Christ- mas display set up in the store Clower rightj. Firm Plans New Fcicilities An architectural firm was ap- proved this year to begin prelimi- nary plans for a new agricultural building to be located on a recently purchased plot of land which lies in the North Concho Reservoir area. Since the Homemaking Depart- ment was incorporated into the Ag- riculture Department two years ago, departmental clubs have co-spon- sored a number of social activities. Several barbeques and dances were held this year. Dr. E. James Holland, department head B,A., Southwestern University B.D., Yale Divinity School Ph.D., The American University F. Willene Siler B.S., Baylor University M.S., Texas Tech University R. B. Dooley B.S., M.Ed., Texas ASM University Aerospcice Progrom Begins in Foll The Air Force ROTC program at ASU of- fered the university student a unique opportuni- ty to prepare for a second profession while completing the academic requirements for a civilian occupation. The AFROTC graduate obtained the intangible satisfaction of knowing that he was contributing to the security of his nation. Major Buford D. Graham, department head Captain Ervin M. JuVette Deportment Revises Courses Freshman biology classes were revised and improved on an experi- mental basis during '71 and '72. Revisions i n c l u d e d open labs throughout the year as well as sev- eral weeks of team teaching. This year also saw the implemen- tation of the graduate program in biology. Dr. Elston H. Todd B.S., University of North Carolina M.ED., University of Florida Ph.D., Montana State University Alvin G. Flury B.A., M.A., University of Texas at Austin Dr. Gerald G. Raun, department head B.A., Texas Tech University M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas Dr. Clara L. Jones B.A., M.S., Louisiana State University Ph.D., Indiana University Dr. Wilmot A. Thornton B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas Melvin E. Hetherly B.A., M.A., Southwest Texas State College uw-""" s. i XX A 'r K U Dr. Gordon Creel ' B.A., Howard Payne College M.A., University of Texas at Austin Ph.D., Montana State University Dr. John E. Ericson B.S., Colorado State University Ph.D., Montana State University Dr. Alan P. Bloebaum B.S., University of Texas at Austin M.S., University of Houston Ph.D., New Mexico State University Dr. Chester M. Rowell, Jr. B.S., Oklahoma State University M.S., Texas A8tM Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin Dr. Royce E. Ballinger B.S., ASU M.S., University of Texas at Austin Ph.D., Texas Tech University 189 Chemistry Lab Aids Students Besides the regular class- room activities in the chemistry department, students attended labs on Monday afternoons. These labs enabled them to learn as they worked and observed. 1 - I ' I ly .refs .. -4 - A Dr. H. D. Harlan, Department Head B.S. University of Texas at Austin M. A. Southwest Texas State University Ph. D. Baylor University Dr. George E. Shankle B.A., Ph. D., University of Tennessee Delbert G. Tarter B.S. East Texas State University M.A. University of Texas at Austin Dr. Ross C. Dawkins B.S. Abilene Christian College Ph. D. University of Texas at Austin Dr. E. N. Drake, Ill B.S. University of Houston M.S. University of Colorado Ph. D. Texas A8tM University Dr. Michael J. Carlo B.S., B.A., Ph. D. Texas AGM University I .COMM xg lsbi I. K Physics Instructors Ecirn Study Grcints mi,- Vt .fi I . ,IV i Dr. H. Ray Dawson B.A., M.A., North Texas State University Ph.D., University of Arkansas Lawrence W. Epps B.S., M.S., Baylor University Dr. C. Varren Parker, Department Head B.A., M.S., Sam Houston State University Ph.D., University of Texas Dr. David Lloyd B.S., M.A., University of Texas Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Wayne Bailey B.S., University of Texas at Arlington M.S., Baylor University Dr. Ray Dawson and Dr. Da- vid Loyd received research grants totaling S20,000 from the Robert A. Welch Foundation of Houston this year. They were awarded the grants for their study ot how the speed of pro- tons which are passed through neon, helium or argon gas tar- gets effects the transferring of electrons to protons to produce hydrogen atoms. 2 Loccil Firms Aid Students San Angelo business firms ac- tively participated in the Depart- ment ot Business Administra- tion's Administrative P o l i c i e s classes. Each student was sent to a business where he was given an actual problem related to that business. After studying the busi- ness and the problem the student worked out a possible solution and reported on the project. Busi- nesses involved in the program were General Telephone, Ethicon, Sears, Gandy's, Monarch Tile, Madye's, Skaggs-Albertson, the Wilson Beef and Lamb Company, KCTV, Newstoto, Levi Strauss, Lown's Foundry, and Mitsubishi Aircraft. Dr. Robert S. Coe, department head B.S., Miami University COhioJ M.S., Ph.D., University of Houston O. Imogene Henry B.S., M.A,, Hardin-Simmons University Dr. Terry P. Sutton B.A., Kansas State College of Pittsburg M.A., Ph.D., Kansas State University Edward K. Fisher B.S., Texas A8tM University B.F.T., Thunderbird Graduate School of international Management M.B.A., Texas Tech University Dr. Adnan A. Daghestani Law D., Damascus University MS., Ph.D., Colorado State University Dr. Fred C. Homeyer B.A,, M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin If-, I -I, . el Robert E. Campbell B.B.A., McMurry College M.S., Texas Tech University Ronald W. Mortensen B.S., M.B.A., University of Utah Richard L. Moore B.S., IVl.B.A., University of Utah Robert W. Smith B.B.A., M.B.A., North Texas State University Billy Timberlake B.S., East Texas State University M.B.E., North Texas State University 193 94 Deportment Joins Network The ASU business de- partment joined the South- west Region Educational Computer Network this year when it was linked through teletype and tele- phone lines to the com- puter center at the Univer- sity of Texas at Austin. With this system it was possible for the computer courses to be taught on a more demonstrative and experimental basis. Joseph R. Gabriel B.S., Southwest Missouri State College M.Ed., University of Missouri Dr. Lorenzo V. Penafiel B.S.C., Far Eastern University M.B.A., D.B.A., Texas Tech University J. D. Avary B.A., M.A., University of Texas at Austin Dr. Albert C. Grigson B.A., B.S., Ouachita Baptist University fArkansasJ M.S., East Texas State University Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin Gary Gage B.S., M.B.A., East Tennessee State University Journolism Deportment Under New Heod S i Acting in his first year as head of the journalism depart- ment at ASU, Mike Ryan also served as ASU's news service correspondent. Ryan notified newspapers and made radio an- nouncements on all important events at ASU. Joining the department this tall, Grant Haynes taught all photography classes and was in charge of the photo lab. Bob Beames taught advanced jour- nalism classes. Beames served as advisor of the Pensador. while Ryan advised the Ram Page. and Haynes advised the Rambouillet. Grant Haynes B.A., lVl.A., University of Georgia Dr. Bob Bearnes B.A., Southeastern State of Oklahoma M.A.. Ph.D., East Texas State University Mike Ryan B.A., University of Texas at El Paso M.A., University of Oklahoma 145 Gloria Young serves as secretary of the Journalism department flower rightj. 5 Depcirtment Adds Equipment This year was a year of prog- ress tor the Education Depart- ment. Educational television equipment was acquired, mi- crocopy teaching was used in secondary methods classes, and student teachers were video taped as they taught in public schools. New programs approved were special educa- tion in language andfor learn- ing disabilities, drama major with a teaching certificate, minor teaching field of art and Dr. Jack Harrington B.S., Southeastern State College, Oklahoma M.S., East Texas State University Ed. D., University of Houston Dr. Fred L. Mahler, department head B.S., M.A., Southwest Texas State University Ed.D., University of Houston Dr. Robert L. Holden B.S., M.A., Southwest Texas State University Ed.D., Arizona State University Dr. Douglas O. John B.S., M.Ed., Ed. D., North Texas State University Dr. Verna M. Crutchfield B.A., Howard Payne College M.A., Hardin-Simmons University Ed.D., University of Denver German, area of specialization tor elementary education ma- jors in sociology, and a new Master of Arts in Teaching with elementary education as a major. A research project was con- ducted on the secondary course sequence for secondary educa- tion majors. Research results indicated that secondary educa- tion requirements for sec- ondary students needed to be redesigned. Dr. Noland Harvey B.A., Northeast Louisiana University M.A., Louisiana Tech University Ph.D., Texas A8iM University Dr. Kenneth L. Lewis B.A., Oklahoma State University M.F.A., Ed.D., University of Oklahoma Dr. Richard L. Gwyn B.A., M.A., Baylor University B.D., M.R.E., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Ed.D., University of Houston Dr. Norma Faubion B.A., M.A., University of Texas at Austin Ph.D., Texas A8tM University Dr. James G. Hademenos B.S., University of Houston M.A., University of South Dakota Ph.D., Syracuse University 8 Dr. Grcigg Hecids Dr. Perry Gragg served as the new English de- partment head this year. Additions to the faculty staff included David Ransom, Wallace Bost, and Roy lVlcCleery. This was the second year for an experimental freshman English class which was structured around a study of the problems of today and the variety of media through which they are seen. Such media as television, films, lectures, books, poems, short stories, and tapes were used in classrooms for the study. Dr. Perry Gragg, Department Head B.A., Davidson College M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas Dora Kelly B.A., North Texas State University M.A., University of Colorado Dr. Harold Davis B.A., M.A., University of Denver Ph.D., Louisiana State University David Ransom B.A., University of Texas at Arlington Kenyon Wagner B.A., M.A., Eastern New Mexico Univer- sity T. Dale Reeves B.A., North Texas State University M.A., M. Phil., Ph. D., University of Kansas English Department ftmdon 'E ft .ik n,.y..!l1t' 1 l l .,, 1 Ai-P f-- .. ,- i r il w r gli . Q WW" E Us - 5 Prentiss Windsor B.A., West Texas State University M.A., University of Texas Dr. Dale Hesser B.A., Harding College M.A., Oklahoma State University Billie Loving B.A,, M.A., North Texas State University Wallace Bost B.A., Hardin Simmons University M.A., North Texas State University Peggy Skaggs B.A., Southern Methodist University M.A., Texas A8tM University Marie Ward B.A., Texas Women's University M.A., Hardin-Simmons University Dr. Margaret Carpenter B.A., M.A., Southwest Texas State University Evelyn Click B.A., East Texas State University M.A., Sul Ross State University 199 Vetal Flores B.A., Texas Tech University M.A., Hardin-Simmons University Roy R. McCleery B.A,, Angelo State University M.A., North Texas State University James Feynn B.A., M.A., Texas Tech University Charles Taylor B.A., Northwestern University M.A., University of Iowa Phillip Holcomb B.A., M.A., University of New Mexico Kathleen Holcomb B.A., New Mexico Highlands University M.A., Tulane University -3. we Government Courses, Teachers Added "American Political Theory" was a special topic course of- fered in the fall and spring by the government department ac- cording to Dr. Eugene Jones, head. New additions to the staff included Miss Barbara Mc- Aninch and Mrs. Barbara Reno. Published in 1972, Readings in Politics, Government, and Public Policy, edited by Richard H. Kraemer and Philip W. Barnes, contained essays by two ASU government profes- sors. Charles P. Elliott con- tributed "Democratic and Re- ! 1 -3 UL... America." 425 Q , ...ic .D . - K iywilts I E." 95 in ,SH publican County Party Chair- man" and Dr. Walter Noelke added "Student Politics in I -f... 7' .wa W- , , if .- 45 Q qi: . , '?i- f t - ,1 - ,4 ga 3 Dr. Eugene Jones B.A., M.A., University of Akron Ph.D., University of North Carolina Dr. Charles Elliott B.A., M.A., Texas Tech University Ph. D., University of Texas Dr. Bill Henderson B.A., Tarleton State College M.A., Texas Tech University Ph.D., University of Kansas Dr. Walter Noelke B.A., M.A., University of the South Ph.D., University of Texas Barbara Reno B.A., M.A., Baylor University Barbara McAnnich B.A., Wayland Baptist College M.A., University of Houston -Q 201 202 Fine Arts Shows Voriety in Presentations This year the Fine Arts department presented ten outstanding plays for the public. Five ot these were Readers' Theater plays and tive were three act plays. They also had nine student directed one act plays. During the year the ASU band and choir gave a total ot seventeen special perfor- mances. Pi Kappa Delta, the speech fraternity, hosted their second annual speaking contest in the spring. The art department presented both a student and a taculty art show in the University Center. Zelma Heddins B.F.A., University of Texas M.A., New Mexico Highlands University Dr. Raymond Carver, department head B.M., Baylor University M.F.A., Yale University Ph.D., University of Denver Berne Enslin B.A., M.A., University of Iowa Dr. Billie Watts B.S., M.S., Kansas State Teachers' College Ph.D., University of Oregon Otis Lumpkin B.S., University of Arkansas M.A., East Texas State University Charles Bleick B.A., M.A., Chico State College fl , i gi' li Ei ii ...Q ---5-is E r ii' T Dr. Doreen Grimes B.M., M.M., Southern Methodist University Ph.D., North Texas State University Douglas Cornell B.S., Livingston State College B.M., Auburn University M.M., University of Kentucky Catherine Cowell B.A., M.A., University of Denver Dr. Jack Eli B.A., M.A., Murray State University, Kentucky Ph.D., Southern Illinois University Dr. Paul Brownlow B.A., M.A., Abilene Christian College Ph.D., Purdue University Helen Shafer B.S., M.A., Texas Women's University Charles Robison B.M., University of Mississippi M.M.E., University of Michigan D.M.E., University of Oklahoma Eddie Pace B.M., M.M., University of Texas 203 :3 '- I .......,,,,-q -1,1 -1. Y If 206 Dr. Gerald McWilliams B.S., NLS., Ph.D., Texas Tech University Dr. Cass Archer, Department Head B.A.Ed., lVl.Ed., NLS., Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin Dr. James E. Hodge B.S., M.S., North Texas State University Ph.D., University of Georgia Dr. Johnny Bailey B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin Dr. Noel D. Evans B.A., Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin A-Nl -si. lu., ,. - U ll 'tellin I l il FS 3' t. ...yn-runnin-v'l"""" 3 ' 1 tswtoiswsr s MAT Degree Progrcim Begins in Summer Seven professors from the mathematics de- partment were selected to teach courses in a graduate program that will lead to the degree of lVlaster of Arts in Teaching. The program, begun in the 1972 summer terms, was designed to aid in the development of math teachers with a high degree of subject matter competence at the ele- mentary and secondary school levels. A Dr. John W. Duke B.A., North Texas State University M.S., Texas Tech University Ph.D., University of Colorado Dr. Jay Amburgey B.S., New Mexico State University M.S., Ph.D., Texas Tech University K. Wayne Milligan B.S., M.S., North Texas State University Terry Watkins B.S., West Texas State University M.S., Illinois Institute of Technology 207 208 ww... ' A ' 0 im 'V' ' X O7Yii"v , f New Doctor Is Hired i Dr. H. Salvador Martinez was hired last fall to teach in the language department at ASU. He will begin teaching in the tall term of 1972. Dr. lVlar- tinez has received three doctorates, two from universities in Rome and one from the University of Toronto. Dr. Tony Dutton B.A., M.A., University of Texas Ph.D., Cornell University Dr. Otto Tetzlaff, Department Head B.A., Northern Illinois University M.A., University of Illinois Ph.D., University of Texas Dr. Helen Yeats B.A., West Texas State University -...N c.. ..... . M.A., Ph.D., National University of Mexico Dr. Michael Jenkins B.A., London University M.A., Laval University Ph.D., Cornell University 1'-r' sf' xpilx' '. y X ' .L E A A . lx-.Q . -AL -i..',' ' Neil Devereaux B.A. Brigham Young University M.A. University of California Cynthia Chapa B.A. Valparaiso University, Indiana M.A. University of Chicago ,Q 1 .I-1, ,I -, 'Qsfr-1 ' AS xx Gr . 3 -:F-as 1 N. 'Z Jeffrey Kahn B.A., M.A., Brigham Young University Stanley Jackson B.A., M.A., Arizona State University I , . 1 'Q L xl 'Q 3 in O Nursing Foculty Goins New Instructors list iilq V3 all si: 25. N- ' A X . AK 'il Joyce Burdett, Susan Baker, Sharon Wright, Joyce Simpson and Sandra Jeschke were new to the nursing faculty this year. Mr. Barry continued to be the only male instructor, but about 15 men are enrolled in the program. Actual hospital work for the students was pro- vided by the local hospitals. ln the labs students were able to progress at their own rate with the use of the multi-media lab equipment. Linda Simmons, Department Head R.N., A.A., B.S.N., M.N., University of Florida Sandra Jeschke B.S. in Nursing, Texas Women's University Marcella McFarland B.S., Texas Women's University . Susan Baker B.S., Baylor University ATL. fx W i Mayme R. Boothe R.N., Shannon West Texas Memorial Hospital B.S., University of Syracuse Joyce Simpson B.A., Mary Hardin Baylor University Diploma in Nursing, Hillcrest Baptist School of Nursing John Barry R.N., Rochester State Hospital fNew Yorky B.S., University of Rochester M.H.A., Washington University Joyce Burdett B.S. in Nursing, Texas Christian University Sharon Wright Qnot picturedj B.S., Texas Christian University Diploma in Nursing, Lillie Jolly School of Nursing 212 New Gymnasium Gpens for Fall Term Work on the new gym continued throughout the year with the structure scheduled to be opened for the fall semester of '72. Construction began in December of '71 after the acceptance of the 352,000,000 proposal by the Board of Re- gents. The building has four basketball courts, handball facilities, dressing rooms, weight-lifting rooms, an Olympic pool, offices and classrooms. Under the new catalog the previously required four hours of physical training have been changed to a requirement of only two hours. However, under this new plan students may not take the same course twice for credit. Activities offered by the department were bowling, conditioning, gym- nastics, badminton, square dancing, tennis, and golf. With the completion of the new gym, swim- ming will be added to the list of activities offered at ASU. 'Wm Carolyn Crill B.S., M.S., Eastern New Mexico University H. Earl Yarbrough, Jr. B.S., M.Ed., Ph.D., Texas A8iM University Kathleen Shelton B.S., Texas Tech University M.A., University of Southern California Jewell Pye B.S., Stephen F. Austin State University M.Ed., Ed.D., University of Houston l t. 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So., Sweetwater , . . . Fr., Abilene Jr. Burnet g.,,, ., Sr., Harlingen fff-, ' W ' , 1: l . 1 f, I Y N 2 'Zi It lvl 1 1 I 'V ,A im '9 Growing Enrollment Noted ot Registrotion 11? .Lx b . Q. if 'argl 4' . 't ii cz - , . ,U b . .' B QT A Jia A r NI l ii. l fa ar is ,X J fr J , D ' "",.... f 55' 'fa' if - f Q 5- ' li A iq X 4 L 1' 1" ,rr ' f .,,., Q! , -4- N , ax, rf .Q -- X 7 ki " v 1 A 1-Q 'Ce f x 'TS ,K JMX s fi fi-QQ, .IQJ Y 'ta 2. li' Alexander, Myrtill Alexander, Patricia Alexander, Richard Alexander, Robert Alford, James . .. Albright, Jacquelyn Alldredge, Darrell Allen, Daniel ,... Allen, David ..,. Allen, Gary . ., I f -.9 X. 3 -Xl Q 4' ' l G. f - r i X ' .f ,xx K ' . xx V I X 2051- lax . N ' Q' X A! 1 Allen, Will ...... Allgood, John Alsobrook, Bobby Alvarado, Carlos . Alvarado, Lydia .. Amelunke, Sharon Ames, Jimmie ... Ameycua, Authur . Anderson, Henry . Anderson, John Anderson, Mark . Anderson, May .. Anderson, Tonya . Anthony, Paula .. Archer, Susan . ,. Armendariz, John Armistead, Kerry . Atchinson, James Austin, Jerry ,... Avants, Jackye . , . Averitt, Frankie .. Ayala, Carlos . . Aycock, David .. . Ayers, Jerry .... Ayers, John .... Fr., Abilene .,.,.. Fr., Andrews . . Jr., Fort Worth . , . .Jr., Kerrville . . , . . Fr., San Angelo . So., San Marcos ....,. Jr., lraan Jr., Colorado City Fr.,DelRio . Sr., San Angelo . Sr., San Angelo . . ...... Jr., Bangs . Fr., San Angelo . . . . . Sr., Sweetwater .. , . . Sr., Lamesa So.,Waco .. . . , Sr., San Angelo . . ...... Jr., Del Rio . . .... Jr., McCamey , . , . Fr., Pecos , Fr., San Angelo . Jr., San Angelo . . . . . Fr., San Angelo . . . Fr., Ballinger Fr., San Angelo . Fr., San Angelo So.,Pecos . Fr., San Angelo . . . , Jr., Lubbock . . . . So., Brady . . . Jr., Big Spring . , , . So., Kerrville Sr., Colorado City Jr., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo 2 218 New Rom Room Cffers Vorietyof Moods Ayers, Linda .... Aylor, Karen ,.., Bachman, Becky Bachman, Dianne Baer, Debra . , , . , Jr., Vestal, New York So., San Angelo Grad., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Bahman, Danny .,,.,, Fr., San Angelo Bailes, Cindy , . . Baird, Dennis , .. Baird, Vicki ,..., Baker, Randall ,. Baker, Robert .. Baker, Samuel W. Baker, Welden , Baldillez, Amparo Bales, Kenneth .. Ball, Ernest ,,.. Balliew, Cindy .. Balzen, Corliss . . Banister, Vernon Bannister, Nona . Barbee, Randy .,.. . Barber, Ebba . . . Barber, Jamie .. Barber, Paula . .. Baremore, David Barker, Jerry , , Barfield, Joy Barlow, Nancy ., Barnhard, David . Barraza, Jimmy . Sr.,Throckmorton So., Wichita Falls Sr., Wichita Falls . .... Jr., Ballinger . . , . , . Fr., Sweetwater Fr., Snyder Sr., Water Valley Fr., Rocksprings ... Fr., Marshall Fr., Midland . . . . Fr., Albany . .,.... Fr., Hondo , , , . . . Fr., San Angelo Fr., Water Valley , , . . So., Bronte Fr., San An elo S Fr., San Angelo . . . . Fr., Odessa ,. . Fr., Kermit ..... Jr., Junction Fr., Sweetwater .. ,. So., Texas City . , . . . . . Fr., Monahans Fr., San Antonio if ,X .n 4? 1 r v7 l l 0 1 i - 1 Q 4 x Q1 U., N1 .. yi-.L-A - F, li ' '- Q " 4-Ai 1 :Wx .. l . by ffk v 1--' rf,-. 'mx' 3? -A ' .V . .-. L, -1-1 .i . ra VY. V . . 1 . f . 1 34'71?1fff:F fl? f B V11 f '35 f"lW' 0. J fig, "5 Il 'W' N si MX . -lv w F . fJ,' l r 1 . Q r'. l i i Y F7 X 13 if "ff an i ' 'i-'-".'f' 'iii iii Barr, James .... . . Barr, James ,,.. , Barron, Carlene Barron, Donald Fr., San Angelo ..... Fr., Tyler . Sr., Big Spring . Jr., Kingsville Barron, Nancy . ,. .. , Fr., Lamesa Barta, Carolyn , , . . . Bartels, Judy .......,, Bartin, Bobby .... So., Barry, Shelly ....,..,.. Basquez, Joe .. Bates, Linda .... Baxter, Samuel . . . Beach, Judy , .. Beaty, Ginger ., Beaty, Linda Beaird, Catherine , Bearfield, Bobby Bearfield, Susan . . . Beauchamp, Kathy .. Beckett, Carol .,.. , . Fr., San Angelo .. . Fr., Rowena Ellisville Missouri So., San Angelo Fr., Bronte ,, Fr., Menard . , . Fr., Anson , . . Fr., Rowena .. . Fr., Albany . . Fr., Abilene . So., Merkel ..... Fr., Miles .. Fr., Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Fr., Pecos ,.. Jr., Iraan The Ram Room in the new University Center offers students a place to get to- gether with friends, catch a bite to eat, and at rare times, it's even a place to study. 219 20 Rams Wiley Burrus and Dominic Ill at- tend all pep rallies and football games. The Pike fraternity furnishes Roscoe the Ram and takes care of Dominic. Beckett, William . Beckham, Gayle . Beekman, Danny . Beesley, Andre .,...... Beeson, Lady Mary Behrens, Laura .. .. So., lraan Jr., Snyder . So., Big Lake Jr., San Angelo ..... Sr., Spur . Sr., San Saba Behrens, Stephen . . ,.,, Fr., San Saba Bell, Alton .,..,. Bell, Rance .... Bell, Randel .. Bennett, Billy Benningfield, Rona Id Benson, Larry ........ Benson, Millie .... Benton, Richard , Fr., San Angelo ,,... Fr., Llano Fr., San Angelo . Fr., Kerrville , ,. ,..,. Jr., lraan So., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo 1 za 'Q I'.s :tt A .vlr :I ' fr? ' J X . 3 ? it ..,,.- V -0, V ima :W A 4. ff Q r 'J' 'N 1 L x A I -I -3 , 3, 'Q CI fy' I LT, K- 'Z -Q.-' y A Al i yy Ak.. A f .. Fr., Dilley Dominic III, Roscoe Boosl Rom Spiril Berrones, Luis l i f B ' - f if SE. 1 if 4? X :K L VN ., -B X Q x J l so 'eff i" .1 f' i fr 4 . ' J IJ is 'R 1 Wi? , . ,, xii .J pi- ,... CWA . A' ii l l li ' f-C2 , '9- xi' ' Y k --af, 3593 5 - al I fl Berry, Lawrence . . , Berryhill, Waymon . Bickel, Stanley .... Bickerstaff, Lynda , Bierschwale, Belinda Bigham, Gloria . .. Billingsley, Gary ., Billingsley, Kathie . Bishop, Jimmy ...A Black, Billy ...., Black, Carol Ann . . Black Glen ,.,., Black Black Judy .... Michael . . . Cheerleader Jerry Orsak announces cheers at weekly Ram rallies. . Jr., El Paso . Fr., Roscoe Jr., Ballinger So., Carlsbad, New Mexico ........So., Fredericksburg . So., Snyder Jr., Lubbock , So., Abilene . Fr., Winters ., Fr., Merkel . l l . So., Snyder .. . Jr., Dumas Sr , . ., Bronte . . Sr., San Angelo Foreign Students: Integrol Port of ASU Black, Paulette . Blagg. James .. Blair, Doyle . .. Blair, Judy . ,. Blair, Linda .L Blair, Ricky . .. Blake, James . . Blanek, William Blanton, Tonya . Block, Jean Ann Bode, Donna . , . Boedecker, David I V Q H I Boef, Sharon .. Bolon, Cathy .. Boever, Nona . . Bomar, Cathy ., Bonner, William Book, Glen .... Boone, Frances . Boothe, Robert . Boring, Russell , Boundy, Brenda . Bourg, David ,. Bowen, Martha . Bowden, James , Fr., Wichita Falls . .. Fr., San Angelo So., Robert Lee . Fr., Robert Lee Fr., Robert Lee Fr., San Angelo Fr., Del Rio Fr., Sterling City , .l...., Fr., Ozona .. So., Wall . . . Sr., Junction Fr., San Angelo Fr., Kermit . So., McCamey . . , Fr., Lamesa . . . Fr., Winters Fr., Big Spring So., Miles ..... Fr., lraan , So., Ballinger Fr., San Angelo . So., Deer Park So., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo fe f . '-..- x ,C X C 0 'SS' ax it IL X I' HT ii -5 2 I , v 'l Q Nil! xi fd 3 .- r AA 6 5 'ri 4 A- . Y 4 5 l ,I ff lf' ill' 1-firftx 3 , , w Y , 3:4- br , ,x - Q A ik X X ..t i ,0,.5i"f Q H F ff- 1. 3,4 ' fm 0 t gbxaw.. AWN X.. N-14, A fir ,az .1 ,.,, l -- . if ,,. . J' me 1 . ., lil, 0 7' r, X ZQPUTXA Ffh: ...- . . ,, I 51-an im. - 1 ' b QDYIIUU ' . u . .A ,O Foreign students enjoy a game of soccer on a warm fall afternoon. Box, Mary ..,, Boxley, Lesley .. Boyce, Karen . . Boyd, Richard ,. Bradshaw, Alton Bramblett, Linda Brame, Carl .... Brancel, Dale . . . Brandon, Melinda Branham, Laura Brask, Betty . . . Bratton, Bonnie Bray, Thomas .. Brenek, Lynn .. Bretting, Dennis Brewer, Rhonda . Brice, Anna ..., Bright, Garry . . Briley, Paula ,. Brisco, Worthy . . Brite, Denise . . . Brnovak, Gaylon Brodbeck, Dwight A I H ' Broome, Sonja . . . , Fr., San Angelo .. Jr., Monahans . , , Fr., San Angelo . , Sr., San Angelo ,, . . . Sr., Brady . , Fr., San Antonio Sr., Tampa, Florida , , So., San Angelo Fr., Marfa .. . Fr., McCamey . , Jr., San Angelo .. .. So., Brownsville . . . . Jr., 'Mercedes , So., San Angelo .. Sr., San Angelo . . . . So., Lamesa , . . . , . Fr., Snyder , . . So., San Angelo .. Fr., Monahans . . So., San Angelo . . , . . Fr., Junction Jr.,Trent . Jr., Johnson City . So., San Angelo Brotherton, Richard .... So., Comstock 22 224 Long-Awoited University Center Gpens Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Barbara ., Barbara, .. Billie ..... Debbie K. . Jana .... Jennifer .. Melissa .. Michael .. Paul ..... Browning, Harvey . Brueggeman, Linda Bruk, G. David . .. Brunson, Harlin .. Brusenhan, Billy . Bruton, Mark .... Bryan, Bryan, Bryant, Bryant, Bryant, Bryant, Bryant, Bryant, Bryant, . . . Fr., Sanderson . . . . Fr., Winters . . . Fr., Ballinger Fr., Colorado City Fr., Imperial . . . , So., Snyder , , . . Fr., Sonora So., Connersville, Indiana . So., San Angelo , . ..... Jr., Snyder So., Haskell . Sr., Greenwich, Connecticut , . Jr., Pine Bluff, Arkansas , So., Monahans . Fr., San Angelo Brad , .... .. Fr., Ballinger Madelyn . . ..... Fr., Winters Cathy .... -. ..,. Fr., Abernathy Deborah . . Fr., Sweetwater Deborah . . Fr., San Angelo Dolly . . . . . . Sr., Balmorhea Jerry . . .,... Jr., Sonora Leita . . . . . Sr., Roswell, New Mexico Patti ..... ,..... F r., Kermit Buchanan, Cindy . Buchanan, Joseph Buck, William Bufen, Thomas . . Buford, Lana ..... Buford, Raymond . Fr., San Angelo , . . So., Odessa ..... Jr., Austin . Fr., San Angelo , So., San Angelo Fr., Llano 'isge r-2-:,.jf'f" if xt P W NA K 2 -Q " I its ':f,,,,: W f e.. 1,5333 yd I X, 3 N if ' 1 it lil 2 :, , -:'- 4. l . . 1. .--4 fzgyg S1 l I l 3 ff J, . .A-.fda--'la . ' sq? W ..-6 y s,, 6 K. his F L. Q. fig 1 li '. r, A A fr The new University Center, which open to unwind after a long day of classes. Bunn, Wayne Burk, Kathy . A. Burke, Alice . 1-'Hr Burke, Janice Burke, Sandra ed in July, provides a place Sr., San .. So., San Sr.,San .. So., San , .. Jr., San Angelo Angelo Angelo Angelo Angelo 225 6 Burnett, Thomas Fr., Mason . A Sr., San Angelo Burnett, Bobby .... Burnett, Sherry .... . . . . . . So., San Angelo Burnham, William .... So., Fort Stockton Burns, Gary ,... Burns, John .,.,.. Burson, Tommy . A , . So., Maypearl . .... Sr., Odessa Fr., Silverton Burrus, Wiley .,....., So., San Angelo Burson, Fra ncene Busbee, Rita ...,.. Bush, Donnie ..... Butler, Calanthia Buttery, Gary ..,.... . . 4 . 4 . Fr., San Angelo , , Fr., Big Lake So., San Angelo So., Lamesa Sr., San Angelo Butts, Peggy ,........... Fr., Ballinger Byerly, Robert .... Byrd, Loyd .,,.. Byrd, Stephen . , , Caldwell, Mary .... Sr., Chico, California . . . Fr., Wingate Jr., Brady Fr.,DelRio Calhoun, Daniel .. So., San Angelo Calk, Eldon .,.. Calvert, Steven . Campbell, Terry Cano, Rose ...... Caraway, Steven . . . . . Fr., San Angelo Calton, Cynthia . , A Carley, Nancy ,... .. . Jr., Eldorado . . , Sr., San Angelo Jr.,wank Fr., San Angelo . . . . Fr., Lubbock Fr., San Angelo Carmier, Paul ........ So., San Angelo Carnes, Steve ..,...... Jr., San Angelo Carpenter, Martha .,,,,,.. So., Mereta Carrasco, Edward . So., McCamey Kg l Q V - C , V33 'ir l' 5' X l J li f Q .J ll ,44 -, , 'R ll .X. A t"'1 lv, r vm , . 'c -.. K 'n lax Q. W. Q ki l t L, r , ,,. ix .x PM gy ' VIH v42,3j.1111gg'- W? lj- 1 l I F. I. .J 'L 'fi ff l 'Z . .,,u:., -I ..a""'- 11' ...-9 .t Carter, Brenda Carter, Cheryl Carter Craig . Carter, Mary . Carvin, Calvin Case, Rhonda Casey, Gary . Casey, Larry . Casillas, Paula Cason, Rodney Cassell, J. , Castle, Kay ..... I3 .Fr- 40 3, ' f Il. 5 ,,,, . f t ff h x l Mi 1 ff J . i-rd 'J ,R 5: iq' Va- ' I 5 Q , V., -ra . gf' I Xl lrw RQ 'TA XR h' V I 'fbi S xx X 1 fx ? X Q X I 1 I x 5 iw fj l,lell 4 I w U, ,Q u 'f A r rg fsigfff Castle, Stephen .. Castleberry, Donna Castellano, Sandra Castillo, Edward . Castillo, Hortencia Castillo, Manuel . Cave, David Cave, Randal , . . Chachere, Linda . Chalker, Glenn . .. Chambers, Donna . , Chapman, David . Chastain, Paula .. Cheaney, Donald . Chester, Ollie . . . Chick, Joetta .... Childress, Dwain . Childress, Susan . . Fr., Sanderson .. . Fr., Ballinger . Sr., San Angelo ,.,.. So., Rotan , So., San Angelo , , , . , Fr., Post .. ... So., Rule . So., San Angelo , . . . . Fr., Pecos . Sr., San Angelo , . . . So., Abilene Fr., Fort Stockton So., Fort Stockton , Sr., San Angelo . Fr., Comstock . Fr., Coyanosa . Fr., Kerrville Fr., Mason Fr., Wall , . Fr., Wingate , Fr., Portland Fr., Colorado City So., San Angelo . Jr., San Angelo So., San Angelo . Jr., San Angelo .... Jr., Odessa . .. Fr., Bangs . Jr., San Angelo . . . . Jr., Abilene 2 1, 5 Freshman class officers include Cyndy Hood, secretai,g Terry Sinclair, president, Bill Jenkins, treasurer, and Neil Sykes, vice president. 9 x 45, Q ff-ff QW f J " ef! Q , X im w g f . ,l R X , l Clark, Sarah .. Clarke, Barbara Clarke, John Cleek, Charles Clemens, Cathie Clemmer, Patricia Clendennen, James Cleveland, Terah , '. l Q BF P K s T R ll l v it ' N vw lx li l -X S flex Q9 X , 1 ,I I I ' I X V l , x hi ' ,Q 1, -j .A :gg i l If ' - . 'nf' If I rr., A V Q A , ll , Cloudt, Ellen , Cobb, Allen Coggins, William Colby, Billy Cole, Andy .. . Coleman, Susan , Collins, Darlene So., Snyder So., Abilene So., Cuero Fr., Mt. Vernon, Illinois Sr., San Angelo Fr., Big Lake So., Silver Fr., Christoval So., Rocksprings Jr., San Angelo So., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo Jr., Robert Lee , Sr., Ballinger Sr., Kansas City, Missouri Sr., San Angelo Sr., Sheffield Fr., Big Lake Fr., San Angelo Linda ,. So., Harrison, Arkansas Michael . ,,,.. Fr., Spur Collins, Donald , Collett, James ,, Collins, Joe .,., Collins, Juanita , . . Collins, Collett, Comer, Betty ..., Fr., Wayne, New Jersey Compton, Susan . .. .... Fr., Wingate Conner, Teresa .,.. Sr., Big Spring Cook, Carl ,..,.. . . Fr., Big Lake 22 .... Jr., Eden 230 Cook, Carolyn .. Fr., San Angelo Cook, Cindy . . . Cook, Joy ,,.,,, Cook, Marilyn A Cooksey, Candace Cooney, Jan . , Cooper, Candi .. CoeTer ,. . p , ry ., h Copeland, Bobbie Corases, Bill .,,, Carbell, Kay . .. Corbin, Brenda ,. Corder, Timothy . Cornelius, Allen . Coronado, Edward Coronado, Sylvia Cortez, J. D. Coulter, Harold . Cowart, Carol .. Cowden, Paul . ,. Cox, Danny . . . Cox, Gary ...... Cox, Rue Ann . . , Cox, Sandra .. Craig, Emily Craig, Michael .. Crawford, James Creel, Diane ..,. Croad, Annette . Cross, Phil .. .. . Fr., San Angelo ,.,,.. Fr., Austin , ,, Fr., San Angelo . , So., Sanderson So., Kermit ,. . .. Jr., Lubbock So., San Angelo . So Brad , . . ., y . . .. . Sr., San Angelo , ,, Sr., Eola ..,, .. Fr., Pecos . , . . . Jr., San Angelo .,... So., Miles . Sr., San Angelo .. . Fr., Del Rio . . . . Fr., Brady . . Fr., Van Horn . . , . So., Pecos . . . Fr., Kerrville . . . Fr., San Angelo .. . Jr., San Angelo .. . .. Jr., Big Spring So., San Angelo ..So., San Angelo . .. Fr., Haskell . . Fr., San Angelo . . . . Sr., Seattle, Washington , , Sr., Midland Crouch, Robert ..,.,, So., Dallas Crow, Douglas , Cuellar, Richard Cumbie, Linda ., Cumbie, Susan . So., New Braunfels . Fr., San Angelo Sr., Bronte . , . . Fr., Bronte l 'r l I f Q X X nl .X ' . 'A i K, i 4 '15 at ff, fax!! '-'17 fi 2 , f V X , I f I , 12 47' ' 'tr 4 . . 4" S - 1.-24' 41- W . . '--M l HUM it fi- fi .rr , -X, -'Q' L I 'Q M' ls' AX, xifsx X 'al J f.. . ,l AXX ' fil l C' ff , V 1 I il Y sm.. , .hi ' '17 I , A l "4 ,ff " fx.: , ff 4 1, T A 3 A A 1 . .i 1 l fififxi- ' V. 55, .gs v' J gf .S 1 gg If M Q S 4 I W x , ' .J H N 'J 'J - X ,J 4 X X a I 'gi i X hi Q S '..' 1,1 - 'G 4. M . i 1 if iz, 5 f G I ' ,HX f is rf-3 , x '3 ii, X' 4 Q ' lx 5 : i . vb u . X if h A' 6. ' l i l L ' as-4' l 5 "-t A i . i N- i 1 gy Q f 'N 4' -i A .i J R L. xfg 5 I . . . A ., Cumbie, Kathy , Currie, Karen , , Currie, Susan , . Currington, Sharon . Cushing, Joe , , . Fr., Snyder Fr., Seagraves , So., Paint Rock So., Sterling City . Sr., Big Spring Dabney, Nancy . . , Darby, Brenda . Damian, Richard . Daniel, Richard Don , . Sr., San Angelo Daniels, Marsha .. ., Sr., San Angelo Daniels, Samuel . So., San Angelo Daniels, Susan . Sr., Kahuliu, Hawaii Daugherty, Charles Daugherty, Gail Daugherty, Linda Daugherty, Wesley Davidson, Pam Davidson, Samuel Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Alana , Donna . James . . James . Lincoln . Lynne . . , Maggie . Davis, Toby ,. Day, Donna , .. Day, Hank . . . Dean, Carl . Dean, Danny . Dean, George . . Dean, James . Deatherage, Jill Deaton, Craig . . Deaton, Deborah . , , Fr., San Angelo Fr., Laughline AFB Fr., San Angelo .. Sr., Big Lake . , , . Fr., Big Spring . A Fr., Crane , So., San Angelo Fr., Travis AFB, California So., San Angelo .. Jr., Fort Worth Fr., San Angelo ,. , Sr., Merkel ,, Fr., Silverton Fr., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo So., Eldorado Fr., Winters , Fr., Coleman . .. Fr., Rotan .. . Jr., Stanton Fr., Ballinger . , , . . . Fr., Stanton . So., Goldthwaite ,. Fr., San Angelo M... Fr., Ozona . Fr., San Angleo Debenport, James Decker, Phil . .. De Cuir, Sharon , . Deering, Lowery .. Delz, Wesley .,.4. De Marinis, Sandra DeMent, Bill .,,.. Demere, Jan ...., Dendle, Debbie . . . Denton, Chris .. Deremo, Karen . . . Devall, Ronald . ., Dickson, Gary . ,. Dickson, Ricky .L Dicus, Loretta .. Dieringer, Linda B. Dierschke, Glenn ..if..i Dierschke, Sharon . Dietel, Pixie , , , . Dittmar, Delores ,. Sr., San Angelo Sr., Talpa . . . . . Jr., San Angelo . . . Fr., Abernathy . . A Fr., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo .. . . . Jr., San Angelo Jr S .. . ., an Angelo Fr., San Angelo .,, Fr., San Antonio . . Fr., San Angelo .. Sr., Robert Lee Sr.,WaIl .. Fr., San Angelo Fr., Little Rock, Arkansas , Sr., Ballinger Jr., Wall Fr., Rowena So., Fredericksburg So., Fredericksburg Each afternoon finds the game rooms of the new University Cen- ter filled with students. Pool, ping pong, and checkers are available. v .Q I, R ii i t Q' IQ. 'F r . A, J 1 .1 I ies, If .cr i., 14" , K -J Q VU l M W h XV 1, l- ,A wt, " AA. 1' ,ri A J - A in -Li V , 7. 6 if A l f' , ' N ' . T l rr 1. A 5 VU. 1 Q5 as ,y X I X jp Y - A ,M it '-1. 'iifiilff .Es ,s Ditto, Dianna AA Dixon, Charles A Dixon, Curtis A A A Dixon, Lois A AA Dodds, Donald AA Dodds, Martha A Dominquez, Sylvia Donahoe, Charles Donnelly, Stephen Dorotik, Rebecca Doty, Vicki .,... Dorrance, Craig ,..,,, Doyal, Terry A A A Doyle, Kenneth A A A A Dragos, Patti AA Drake, Debbie ,..,,.,. Dressler, Barbara Drews, Evelyn AA Drude, Karen A A A cards, pinball machines Sr., San Angelo A So., Monahans A A A Jr., Ballinger A A A Fr., Monahans Fr., San Angelo Sr., Sterling City A Fr., San Angelo A A Fr., Andrews AA Fr., Del Rio A A Sr., Winters A Fr., San Angelo So., San Angelo AA A. A Sr., Lohn A A So., Eldorado So., San Antonio So., San Angelo Fr., Sweetwater A Fr., Navasota A A A Fr., Houston Drueckhammer, Donna A A So., San Angelo 233 234 Pikes Dubose, Wanda Duncan, Darrell A Ducote, Bobby A Duff, James A AA Dugan, Linda A Duke, Michael A Dunaway, Rebecca Dunlap, Mark A Dunn, Alvin AA A Dunn, Eddie AA Dunn, Gayle Dunn, Joy .,i,, Durst, Douglas A Durst, Ted A AA Dusek, Bob Dusek, Calvin A Dutton, Ross A Dyess, Tommy AA Eades, Herbert AA Eades, James Eakins, James AA Earhart, Darrel AA Earle, Nita .... Early, Timothy A A Ebeling, Judith Eckhardt, Robert Eckols, Eugene A Edling, Dwayne A Edwards, Forrest Edwards, Randell Edwards, Stanley Edwards, Steve A Eggemeyer, Sheryl Eisenbach, Sharon Eisenbach, Vicki A Debut A A Fr., Dallas A A A A A Jr., Killeen A A Fr., San Angelo A So., Snyder Fr., Odessa A A A A Jr., Coahoma AA Fr., San Angelo A A A A So., San Angelo AA A Fr., Winters AA Sr., Ballinger A So., Colorado City AA A So., Midland Fr., Fredericksburg AA AA A So., Mason A AA Sr., Lowake AA So., Lowake AA So., Eden AA A A A Sr., Nolan A Jr., San Angelo A A A Fr., Snyder A So., Rotan AA Sr., Harlingen Fr., Snyder A A A A A A Fr., San Angelo So., Round Mountain A .lr., San Angelo A A A A A A A Sr., Rankin A Fr., San Angelo A Fr., Midland Fr., Del Rio A A A Sr., Rotan Fr., Wall Fr., Midkiff A A A A Fr., San Angelo A A A A A Fr., San Angelo Rebuilt 1929 Fire Engine W E r- I x K Q, 1 iffxx 'fix A vi U :V I X 4 4 f i - s ,api 3 L 1-.17 in lt. 'W I- fb NJ' l Y R l . ,-' ' ,Al l 41 x AMW x ' ,. ty Pee' W . 7 LA " . ' 1- "X, t A X fi F 1? ' 1 A l I Q .J A u ai ,iq f X MX -:lil if ES Rox ,X A N Q Q or if 'IKNQNN 'N N YRX X NN GFX 4 , 1. 4 '.y.x' X 1 't x XT XR R f""k Elgueseba, Irene Jr., Brady fi Elkins, Glenda Fr., San Angelo Elliott, Morris Fr., Miles .xii ww K, N. l ' I-Q X V gl l ,' Aug - 'tug xx . fl' X Ellis, Kathy Ellison, Darlene . Ellsworth, P. K. . . . , Elrod, Diana , . . Ely, Randon . Emmons, Gary , , Emsoff, Bill , . Endicott, Bobbie Fr., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo So,. Brownwood So., San Angelo . Fr., Merkel Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo So., San Angelo 'Q Engelman, Kathy So., San Angelo vcr, 4- Englebrecht, Debbie . So., Frankfurt, Germany Englert, Ralph ., Ensminger, David So., San Angelo So., San Angelo Xa 5 9' sg Pi Kappa Alpha fraternities across the nation sport a red fire engine as their national symbol. This year the Pikes at ASU rebuilt a 1929 engine and brought it to Ram Rallies and games. ,,, 235 236 Ensor, Delma Epperson, Arthur Ertreavaag, Chris Escobedo, Samuel Espinosa, llda .. Estes, Alisa ,,., Etgen, Martha , .. Ethridge, Thomas Eubanks, Joy . . . Eubanks, Pamela Eustis, Maureen . Eustis, Steven .. Evans, Evelyn .. Evans, Janet Evans, Janis , . Evans, Rickey . . Evans, Sue ..,. Everett, Alton . .. Everidge, Mary .. Fannon, Carolyn . Jr., Bronte Fr., Pine Bluff, Arkansas So., San Angelo . Fr., Stamford So., Pecos Fr., Brownwood , . . Fr., Snyder .. Fr., Barnhart So., McKinney .. Fr., Amarillo Fr., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo . Jr., Sheffield , . Fr., Sheffield So., San Angelo . Jr., Coahoma .... Jr., Crane ., Fr., Ozona . . . . Sr., Brady , Jr., O'Donnell Individual post office boxes were an add- ed improvement in the new University Center. "'? .K gl? D f ii 'Q n 1 ii i - 12 5 ws 4 ., . em. 6 fxffw Q ff: 4 .I , I , rf A -Q 1 ' ! 1 V. . gr L'-ll 'if - I iw' ll 2 Y lf X I . ,' A -sl .Q yfwsgfgffxxf F., 'Q , '1+?,g,i7.-, . - - ff-..':,-,fp 3: x ' Q mv 2252 . ' W .Jim in ,QL .. A J .ix . ,L we .- -X X Q it li' Qi . ai - fm. iS.1" .- 56 Q, 'ff A ., J' l V! -L ww f Us ii :xx NwN-', , , A .: x Q, ,Z is z. i f . T L N? .. is ,XL ..,,. X b. Q Q Iv.. .fi ' X xi X rx , - 'NV , 3 " T ,'V.,.. bn K X J'- .mu r. TQ , i R .5 .- .31 ' Fant, Charles Faris, R. W. Farrar, Susan ,. Faught, Larry . Fecher, Patricia , ., Feller, Nancy . Fenex, Trenton rr.. . Ferguson, Carey Fernandez, Ana Fernandez, Hilda Fielder, Fred . . Fields, Renee . Fields, Vance , Fincher, Leona , Finley, Lewis .. Fisbeck, Suzanne Flanagan, Karen Flanagin, Thomas Fleenor, Patty .. Flores, Dan ,. Flores, Linda , Flores, Luis Flores, Joseph . . Flores, Mario ,, Flores, Olga . . . Flowers, Robe . Flowers, Ray ., Floyd, Charles ., Foelker, George Fogerty, Sherry . Fonville, Ann . , , Fore, Cynthia . . Foster, David , . Foster, Donna . Foster, Thomas Fr., So., San .. So., So., San So., San . , . Jr., Fr., San Fr., San So., Leon, Fr., San Uvalde Angelo Snyder Angelo Angelo Harper Angelo Angelo Spain Angelo . Sr., Big Spring , . . . , Fr., Dallas Jr., San Angelo Sr., Water Valley . So., Blackwell , Fr., Midland ,, Fr., Ballinger . . , . So., Brady . , . Fr., Abilene . . So., Houston Fr., San Fr., San So., San Fr., San Fr., Angelo Angelo Angelo Angelo Pecos Jr., Lamesa .. . Fr., Abilene Jr., San Jr., San Angelo Angelo ,. , Jr., Houston Fr., Fr., San So., San . . . . Fr., Fr., San Pecos Angelo Angelo Dallas Angelo 237 238 Fowler, John .. , Fowler, Vicki . Fowler, Vicki . , . Fox, Pamela , ,, Franklin, Charles Franklin, Jerry . . . Franklin, Jim Franklin, Wilson ,... Freeman, Bobbie . .. Freeman, Dale . Freeman, Linda , , Freeman, Lisa .. French, Marion ..,., Frerich, Lou Ann . Fritz, Genevieve . Fry, Cynthia . , .. Fry, Richard . . Sr Frysak, Sharon . , , Fuessel, Ricky . Fulgham, Nancy , , Funk, Michael . Furgeson, John ,. Galindo, Adelita . Galindo, Letticia . . . Galindo, Manuel , Gallegos, Edward ,.., Gamez, Trini , , Garcia, Adelle . , Garcia, Albert . , Garcia, Alvin . . So., San Angelo , Fr., Midland ., So., Odessa So., Brownwood ., Fr., Haskell . . Fr., O'Donnell Jr., San Angelo So., San Angelo So., San Angelo .. . Sr., Hedley , So., Ballinger .. So., Christoval .. Jr., Paint Rock So., San Angelo . . .. Fr., Harper . Sr., Del Rio Colorado Springs, Colorado . So., Garden City . Fr., San Angelo , , Sr., Big Spring . Fr., Del Rio ., Fr., Maple .. , Sr., Miles ,. So., Sonora ., Jr., Del Rio Fr., Fort Stockton Jr., Tarnes City ,. So., Midland , . Jr., San Angelo . Fr., San Angelo c .ia l .1 r ,f 1 l f i, 9, l, 3 lk X- Y ,js i 'J Q I f J li x it fl Q ":'f5ff:i'7'5E5f5'lglgkfff lx ' ij I 1 I 4 to 4: , 5 1' 1 I Q ll X f -I lf id ii 4 ' i Q. ,af 't N xg' r Q 5 l-N J r N-Sa ,. t lg-l I Q!- J is ' if 14' Vi X C 1 Q 'Q '3 Q at rr lglgx f Y . if al 5 f Q: 9 lvl? ri' '--v .4 11' P 1 ff , -is it A! 'N fi- , I f a ll 9'f l'fb. lx pxv- nf! K 1 R N if lx .L gy 4 Q ,A .I 1 , da. Garcia, Angelia Garcia, George , , Garcia, Maria . , Garcia, Martin Gardner, Robert Garner, Jerry .. Garrison, Molly . . , ., . Garza, Aida . . . Garza, Marion , Gassiot, Vicki A Gates, Edward . Gaynor, Kenneth Gehring, Bennie Gerloff, Cathy Gerrells, Marsha Gibbs, Barbara ..,. Gifford, Johnnie Gill, Ernest ..... Gill, Mike ..,. Gill, Ralph .. Gill, Randy ..,.. .. Glaesek, George .,ii Glass, Mary Helen Glasscock, William ,, Glassen, Larry .,., Glenn, Janis .... Goedrick, Diana ..,... Gomez, Louis ..... Gonzales, Martha ...,.. Goodru m, Johnny ..,,. Fr., Brady . Jr., San Angelo , Jr,, San Angelo So., Jayton Fr., Hamilton Fr., Mason Jr., Stephenville A , Fr., Mason Fr., Eola .. Fr., San , Fr J Fr., San , , Fr., San A So., San Angelo Talpa Angelo Angelo Angelo . , So., Carlsbad, New Mexico A , . Fr., San , Fr., San , Sr., San ,, Jr., San .. Fr., San Angelo Angelo Angelo Angelo Angelo . . . , Fr., Fluvanna Jr., St. Clair Shores, Michigan , . . So., Rowena Fr., Big Lake .. Fr., Coleman Sr., San Angelo So., Schulenburg .. So., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo Fr., Clovis, New Mexico 23 2 Student assistants and dorm officers en- joy a picnic at the University Lake House before residents begin arriving. Goodson, Gill ,, Gordon, Kelly ,. Gordon, Pamela .,.. Gore, Paula .... Gotcher, Gay . . . Govea, Evangeline Grafa, Steven .. Granberg, Paul ., Graves, Deborah Gravitt, John ,. Gray, Larry .,.. Green, Bovneva . Green, La donna Green, Sharon . Greenlee, Linda Greer, Ted .,.. Gregg, Kyle .. Gregston, Alan . Griffin, Harry Grigson, Wayman . Fr., San Angelo . Jr., San Angelo Fr., Fredericksburg . . . . . Fr., Abilene . . Fr., San Angelo , , Fr., San Angelo . So., San Angelo ...... Fr., Blanco . Sr., San Angelo . Fr., San Angelo . , . . . Jr., Odessa . Sr., San Angelo .. . .. Jr., Loraine .. Sr., Christoval Fr., Kermit . So., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo . . . . So., Stanton . So., San Angelo . . Fr., San Angelo . . . M4 ' fx 1' '- Q, ' 4 'n 'W f l L ,ff 3 . -he - , S' 4 5 M A 'X 1. i ffl f3ib3'f5'-97? -"'f g?iSi3 5 3375" Xa l ' if av '4 L 'I ' W Q 1 ... ffiv ,T :dxf K X 6 4 ,L 11 Q. ,, 5 :- !4f Picnic Held For Student Assistcints ,as -D If 'V I X-Q 9 fifyl .s-YQ fi J. ii ri' J S. .3 ' , w ' -wx ,T ' f Ql . . 'gllee do I ,I r ., ri I-E 'N f i gi. ' ff? . l i i ' 'l ., NF i A' .EQ iff at 1 ! W fir Grimshaw, Iris Grissom, Phyllis . Grizzle, Barbara Groff, Ernest . , Grubb, Teresa . Grubbs, Katheryn . Sr., Lingleville . , , Fr., Winters , Fr., Brownfield ,. Fr., Kerrville . . Fr., Arlington So., Fort Worth Gruetzmacher, Carolyn . . Jr., Port Lavaca Guerara, Leon . Guerrero, Julio , Guess, Susan . . Gully, Jerome . Gumm, Ricky Guthrie, Jessie . Gutierrez, Arnoldo Gutierrez, Delia Gutierrez, Robert Gwyn, Richard . Ha, Chi Ping ... Hagar, Martha .. Haglestein, Gregg Hailey, Becky . , . Hale, Marcus . ., Hale, Michael ,.,.. Haley, Charles .. Halfmann, Arnold Halfmann, Judy . Halfmann, Lois . Halfmann, Pam . Hall, Deborah .. Hall, Deryl Hall, Randy .. Hall, Susan .... Hall, Teresa .,.,... Hallmark, David . Hamby, Ruth ,. Fr., Fredericksburg . , . . . So., San Angelo Fr., Big Lake Jr., Rowena . Fr., Sweetwater So., San Angelo Jr., Del Rio Fr., San Angelo .. Jr., San Angelo . . . Sr., Texarkana . . So., Hong Kong . , . , , Fr., Pecos . . Sr., San Angelo ,.... Fr., Irving . , . Sr., Christoval .. Jr., San Angelo . Fr., Fort Stockton . . . , . . . . Fr., Ballinger .. So., Garden City . . . Fr., Ballinger .. , . . So., Wall , . . . Fr., Midland . A Sr., Big Spring .. . . , Jr., Ballinger Fr., Mountain Home ......, Fr., Snyder .. So., San Angelo .. So., San Angelo 24 Sophomore class officers are Larry Jones, vice-president, Shelly Barry, treasurer, Sheila Kelly, secretary, and P. K. Ellsworth, president. Sophomores Begin Another ' x'r:i.'-' EN .. W - . 55 X ' -- 1 in .Q . ,.,. L 1 ls! X ' My A if-'3:'t'2: ' 1 ggviigfe. .. .lf f" szf l 3 J' 0 lla A Q x 'R x X X ,s -,ga all ' life isis fi . Qs? -v lf, il W W N SX '1 ll. i X I , -:- ' S 'a I- : lg' ff' ix ll Q N J :wr :bn -,X - -- J 2' s -i:Qsl.f-A.-X . .f l gcgtye ., .f - - ,i...,, . .svfffw l - -inf? . ' - X. 1 Q , If 1 4 N4 1 as 4, A Q, E I ,-,x4, 3 7 In X A4 1 P. 'Br s N Q , 7 tx l if L X , fc? x 'E . 1 I 1,2 :. 5" 4 . o .. . o o .X --- ' ogo,,0.oooo9Q,o y - i2?"o9?oo o,o,9:9fo'o2f 1 lsfjg ,i J f J x J It fr iff' Ss X Yecir ot ASU Harbour, Kay .... Hardberger, George Hardegree, Cynthia Hardin, Deborah , Harlow, David . . . Harlow, Grady ., Harmon, Judy ,.. Harper, Morris .. Harrell, John Harris, Anderson , Harris Harris Harris Clifford ., Deborah ., Mary Lou . Harris, Regina , . Harris, Sharon .. Harris, Taylor . . . Harrison, Carol . Harrison, Charles . . Harrison, David . Harrison Gloria . Harrison, Jan . . , Harrison, Mark . , Harrison, Sarah . .. . . Hartin, Danny Harzke, Paul .. So., Fort Stockton . . .. Fr., Lamesa , Fr., San Angelo . Fr., Sweetwater Sr., San Angelo So., San Angelo .. So., San Angelo . . . . So., Harper .. Fr., Sweetwater Fr., San Angelo . Fr., Sweetwater . Sr., Eden ..... Jr., Bangs ..... Fr., Nixon Sr., San Angelo .. Jr., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo . Sr., Fort Worth Sr., San Angelo . . . . Sr., Odessa Fr., San Angelo . Fr., Abernathy Jr., San Angelo . Fr., Cedar Hill .. . Sr., Eldorado 243 Hasse, Judy J JJ Haun, Janeen J JJ Havlak, Sandra J J Hawkins, Ann ...,. Hawkins, Roslyn ,J Hawthrone, Barbara Haynes, Stephen J Head, Michiel .... Head, Sharron J Hearn, Betty Helmers, Deborah Hempel, James J J J Henderson, Brenda Henderson, Perry J Henry, Mary .,,., Hensley, Peggy J J J Hensley, Sam JJ J Hernandez, Joe JJ Hernandez, George Hernandez, Santa ,J Herndon, Clarence Herridge, Carolyn '-lerridge, John J J J Heskett, Eddie JJ Hess, Kathlyn J Hess, Margaret JJ Hester, Joy ..... Heumier, Gary J. Heuimer, Timothy Hibbs, Helen ,,.. Hickey, Phyllis J J J Hicks, Cindy J J Hicks, Larry G. J Hicks, Robert J Hicks, Russell .J JJ Fr., Junction J J J J Sr., Snyder Sr., Wall J J J Jr., San Angelo Fr., Leavenworth, Kansas J J J J Fr., Andrews J J J Fr., Del Rio J So., San Angelo J J J JJ So., Dallas J J J Fr., Sonora J J J J Sr., Eden J J J J J Fr., Kerrville So., Colorado City J J Jr., San Angelo J J J J Fr., Ballinger J J Fr., San Angelo JJ So., San Angelo J Fr., San Angelo J J Fr., San Angelo J J JJ Sr., Del Rio Sr., Bartow, Florida J Fr., San Angelo J J Jr., San Angelo J J J So., McCamey JJ J So., Dallas .J Jr., San Angelo JJ Sr., Big Spring J J Fr., San Angelo J. Jr., San Angelo Fr., Blackwell J J J J So., Crane J J Fr., San Angelo .J So., Goldsmith J J J J Sr., Albany J J J So., Stanton 1 3 I ".-T ' it 1 ' "X at 3 Q: J ' M 'Xi X 'fi J 631 Y if J JJ Q si, l ' 1 ' fi? K . 1. fx QF X l Q I . ff .- .s 3 4 all 'Q :I-I' Qu' fr.. .154 id if J ll' -1 A e.Jf: P- 'L '46A' g'i! 'ri' J ' fi -11 I 1 JM ,- Lee l - Q , I X l l is f' " Tiki - '5 fo X x' Q1 tl 11, E " V 7: J ,W :J J i ' U J-'l E L-U 'Ryu .Lv V19 I, Hiebert, Tommy Higgins, Barbara Higgins, John . Hill, Don .,,, , Hill, Gary Hill, Linda , ,, Hill, Mark ,.,... Hillon, Elizabeth Sue , Hinds, Jack .,., Hines, Debbie . Hirt, Stephen . .. Hodge, Thomas . Hodges, Tommy . Hodapp, Karla . Hodnet, J. C. . . Hoelscher, Cindy Hoelscher, Karen Hoelscher, Yvonne Hoerres, Patti . Hoester, Christin . Hogg, Marva Lee Hohensee, Jerry . Hohensee, Ronald Holden, Mike . .. Holder, Thomas . Holik, Frank . . . Holik, Fraron . , . Holik, Walter ,. Holland, Sarah .. Holleman, Margy . Fr., San Angelo So., Merkel . So., Merkel . Sr., San Angelo So., Kerrville ., Fr., Monahans , Fr., San Angelo , Fr., San Angelo So., San Angelo Fr., Colorado City ,. Fr., Garden City .. . So,, Big Lake Fr.,Lohn , So., San Angelo . . Jr., Winters . Fr., San Angelo So., Garden City . So., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo So., San Angelo , So., Lamesa ,.., Jr., Miles , , . Fr., Miles Fr., San Angelo ., Fr., Lamesa .. . Jr., Wall ... So., Miles .... Jr., Miles , , Fr., Vernon . . Fr., Abilene Hollingsworth, Kenneth . . Fr., San Angelo Holmes, Diana ....,..,,,.,. Jr., lraan Holtman, Jeanie ...,.. Sr., San Angelo Holtman, Lounette . . Fr., Chugiak, Alaska Hood, Cynthia ...,,.., Fr., San Angelo Foll Roin Interrupts Regulor Routine ' . ' ny 5-Q . AX' l I K' ,-. i ffiwyf J ' 4" L. il 'lv' ,J li KN' Y, wifi l ' xp r " 6 CQ - ,H f X l if ,l i' . 1 Q? illlliiilll 3, I ,Q f-r, .. 1:25 f"!' 7' , ff I ,A .jf r -. X .-- ? iv Q t ku 5 91' V -f fy S x if - f I' X1 6 Horton, Steven G. , Hoskins, Michael Houpt, Jimmy . Howard, Jack . Howard, Paul . .. Howard, Randy . Howard, Robin .. Howell, Brent Hruska, John Hubbell, Carl . Hubble, Renette Huchton, Donald Huchton, Joseph Hudson, Dow ., Hudson, Gay . . . Huff, Kathy . ., Huff, Margaret .. Huffaker, Rodney Huffman, Judy , Huffman, Mary . Hughes, Marion . , , Huling, Leslie ., Hull, Hanley ... Hunt, Don . ,. Hunt, Nelda ,, Hunter, Omar .. ., Hunter, Thomas . , , . . . . So., Snyder . So., San Angelo , Fr., San Angelo , , Fr., Sweetwater . Fr., San Angelo . . Jr., Brownfield Fr., Cuba, New York . So., San Angelo . , Fr., Wall So., Ballinger . Jr., Hereford . So., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo Sr., Goldthwaite ., Jr., San Saba So., San Angelo . . Fr., San Angelo , Fr., Abernathy Fr., San Angelo A Sr., Brady So., Marfa Fr., San Angelo . . So., Junction Fr., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo Fr., Sweetwater . . .... Fr., Pecos Hurst, Joseph . . Jr., Mosheim, Tennessee Hurt, Richard .,...,,. Fr., San Angelo Hutchinson, Martha . So., San Angelo 247 248 Hyden, Ronald .. Ingham, Dottie Irion, Betty .... Isbell, Jeannie . Irvin, Marguita .. Ivey, Roy ..,,.. Ivy, Candace .... Jackson, Arthur . Jackson, Jan . .. Jackson, Jean . . Jackson 1 John ..,, , . . Robert ,..,.. Jackson, Jackson, Sue , . . Jacoby, Billy . .. Jacques, Henry . . Jansa, Ruth .,.. Jarrell, J alle Jenkins, Katherine ,.., Jennings, Louise Jernigan, Carroll Jernigan, Thomas Jeschler, Wilburn John, Angelique Johns, Joanna . . Johnson, Christy Johnson, Dana . Johnson, Debbie Johnson, Donald So., San Angelo . . . . . So., San Angelo .. . Fr., Midland . . , So., Haskell . . . Fr., Kermit Jr., Robert Lee .. . So., Junction . Jr., Fort Worth . . . Fr., Houston Sr., San Angelo .. Jr., Big Lake Sr., San Angelo So., San Angelo ..... Sr., Eden . Fr., San Angelo , . . . Fr., Norton .. . So., Abilene Fr., Brownwood . . . , Sr., Menard Jr., Goldthwaite . Fr., Christoval ..... So., Wall Fr., San Angelo . . . , Sr., Abilene , . . . So., Austin ,. , Fr., Kerrville .. Fr., Eldorado . . . , . Sr., Brady Fr., Wichita Falls Johnson, Joan . Johnson, Lauren Jo ........ Sr., Brady Johnson, Johnson, Johnston, Mickey . . Sr., San Angelo William ..... So. San An elo . 8 Jacqueline ..,, Fr., Plainview Joiner, Donna ..... .. Fr., San Angelo Jones, Amanda .,.,.. So., San Antonio , rf. !,,' . . 135 ' 1, fi- ' , qi .. , cg I k - . ' 1, . " 1' 'R' I . t 1 'Q I N I' I lk I x I f were ' Y' X yi I ns ' AO Q 2- ' A xx ilv ld, . .. . X ' 1, , 5 i ' xii -. 'ls " ei fu. 1 x T535 .lit -W I Q ik, A ,- S. .uw- Y N? fr -xx J Wim 5 .3 .. - 4 X50 933, . - -X t -'N J X ws x 5 Y 1 i i N. 4 fl .v ' - Nix s- N :- N I S X Bs -rg Y - X ESX-' t ' 7. e . - Q N AE, if N N Q., Y X . X ..:--5. 225-. sr . K . 1 we ' , 2 I .51 in in " Q' ":fz1-g4x'- 'xifnucx 'ei .I . V-:.,:::.: '.'1,:l'5:fk s rl' A Ax X isfssre 3:-wgx: - ' -9235-5 'sf N v.. ., , tl .,,. .xxx , -A Q NSE.. , 'I Qfzia'-v . ' 5 1 ' -: A 'lr'-,,.T, ' ' ""gi.:' 1 : s- .. . ,zarggeg I - . 6' 1' Q.: . 5 ., fssqq xx X NK Q QNX ' . U . 'ix- ,X A to 1 Q ,Q - X xl: 'E X. 'Z . QNQ- - N .I 43. ' 0 " .e l K 5 c-.. - f Q I i J X29 iff., Img' Q-. x : 1' '17' ' . M33 ' x . - f ' if r kt ' , Q X r N . V X s s X . 1 Q ii. I - A 6 x .L A L . I. aj" " ,I 11.- ' '51 . 4 fi, ' tx- it 5 f i 1 V Q., 3 . V A ' w C ' N, Alf? X . . 'C . :A tra - wx X. fi " J? Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jordon, David John C. Larry . Louie Mickey Rita Vicki Ray Joslin, John , Justiss, Carolyn Kahlig, Joyce Kantro, Frank Kapavik, Alma Jo Karmany, William Karnes, Suzanne Kasper, Rita Keel, Joe . . .. Keeling, Alan .. Kuling, William , Keener, William Keesling, S. Diana .. Kelley, Gayle . Keller, Kenneth Kelley, Larry W. , Kemensky, John . Kennedy, Mary E. Kenney, Janice Kessee, Dana Kessler, Ann Keyser, Colleen . Kidwell, Michael Kiefer, Linda . Kiesling, Lynn . , . Kiesllng, Shirley . Kilgore, Mike . . . So., Silver Fr., San Angelo So., Breckenridge Fr., Crane So., San Angelo Sr., Rising Star Fr., San Angelo Fr., Lamesa Sr., San Angelo Fr., Sweetwater . .. Jr., Wall Fr., San Angelo . So., San Angelo Sr., Hummelstown, Pennsylvania Jr., San Angelo . . . . Fr., Dublin . . So., San Angelo . So., San Angelo . So., San Angelo , . . . Fr., Welch So., San Angelo , . Jr., San Angelo Fr., Fredericksburg , . So., Houston .. Fr., San Angelo So., San Angelo , Jr., Devine , Sr., San Angelo . So., Kerrville .. So., Mason Fr., Shreveport, Louisiana . . Fr., San Angelo . , ,,...... So., Wall .. ,. Fr., San Angelo . . Sr., San Angelo 250 University Center Uses Are Numerous Kinard, Terry M. Kincaid, Janis ., Kincaid, Lanice King, Brenda ,, King, Debra . . . King, Donna Gail King, Jerry .,i, King, Patrick ,. King Paul ,.,. King Susan Kinsey, Martha . Kinsfield, Linda Kirby, Martha .. Kirkpathick, Charles .... Kirksey, Marsha .,, Jr., Lamesa . . Fr., Abilene . . Fr., Abilene , . Fr., Winters . . Fr., Slaton Jr., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo . Fr., Kerrville . . . . . Fr., Kerrville Fr., Brownwood So., Robert Lee So., Old Glory So., San Angelo Jr., Water Valley . . Sr., Lubbock Drama students use the University Center to create illusions of nature. asf r ,S A lt Y , ,V -i f . ' Q W Q r lf' ,gf l .. in XX, 4 V .rl V . ., 4 ' ' fa ' 751,51 1 x .7 i , 1 r ,cum IQ g ,D LV I 5 . 3 N A .x R ' gs-'r A ,Q ,E , l 43 3 l,, ,A lx H x K ' -LE 1 1 i V N fx, A X 1 I B e ' 4 A A A X I 5 b' l J ' J s if AA A - ig X ff, aig x X N it Ar' M , A QT" Q-.A ,A at 'Wil-iii I Q - , , 2 rr - TA A Ag' Al M - li A A sr -AA . A: Af A x I ,f fix! 5 2: -WAAS A , 1 A ,.x, , , A. -V 1 N 5 A ,AM J A A A, " 1 'Af Q, .1:, A ,,. I nq" " Z' ' A '4 Y - is-,Q A i 75 A '. A 'f . X F ' e x ' Ju 'L ' G A f- C I Klattenhoff, Susan Kleppner, Ronnie Kleypas, Barry AA Kniffen, Rita A A AA A A So., Miles A A Sr., San Angelo A A A A A Fr., San Angelo Knight, Margaret A.. Knowlton, Kelly A Koke, Al ...., A Koon, Kitty ...,, Kothmann, Judy G Kotrala, Eugene A Krejci, Gary A Kubala, Donnie BY Kubinsky, John ,,.A.. Kuhlman, Ronda A Kuhns, Cathy Kujawski, Jeanette Kuroiwa, Tzumi A A Kusenberger, Diane Kuss, Barbara A A Kuss, Leonard J. Kuteman, Sandy A Kyser, Betty Ann A Lacy, Bob A A A Laird, Debra . . A Lancaster, Cheryl Landrum, Michael Lane, Clyde E. Lane, George A A Lane, Janice A A Lange, Ann A AA Lange, Carl J. A A Lange, Doyle AAAA Lange, Jeannie A A A Lange, Marlene Lange, Mary Kay A Jr., Sonora A A Fr., San Angelo A So., San Angelo A A So., Monahans Fr., San Angelo A Sr., Mason A A Fr., Wall A A A A A So., Roscoe A A Sr., Hermeleigh Sr., Bellaire, Ohio AA Fr., Lenorah A Fr., San Angelo A Sr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo So., Fredericksburg A Fr., Ogden, Utah Jr., Hermeleigh A SoA, Weatherford A A Sr., San Angelo A A A A A Jr., Miles Fr., Midland A A Jr., San Angelo A Fr., Fluvanna Fr., Corpus Christi Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo AA Fr., Rowena A A A Jr., Rowena Fr., Norton A A So., San Angelo A A Sr., Norton Jr., San Angelo 252 Lankford, Stephen . Langohr, Marcus Lapham, Douglas ,. Largent, David . ., Larimore, Dana Larimore, Don . . Larko, Peter , .. . La Roux, Belva Jo . . La Roux, William, Jr. Lassetter, David . . . Lassetter Lau, Siu Laurence, Lawrence, Lawrence Ellen . . , , . . . Fr., Carolyn . Charles . Sherry , . Lavender, Mary . . Leal, Maria l..,... Ledesma, Roberto . Lee, Garvin ...,.,. Lee, Gregory ...A Lee, Sandra Dell . .. Leggett, John , . , Leggett, M. Fred . . Lehr, Margaret .. Lehr, Richard . , Leifeste, Joan Marie Lennefelt, James . Lester, Nancy ..,,. Letz, Regina .... Letz, Reva Lewallen, Gary , . Lewallen, Robert . Lewis, Marty . Lewis, Ronnie , Lewis, Sharon . . . ,. So., San Angelo . , Fr., San Angelo , . Fr., San Angelo . . . . Sr., Abilene , . Sr., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo , Jr., Big Spring . . . . Sr., San Angelo . . , Jr., Snyder .. Sr., Stamford ...., Jr., Stamford Macao, South China ......, Fr., Abilene So., Fort Stockton . , So., Fort Stockton . . . Fr., San Angelo . . So., O'Donnell .. .... Fr., Del Rio .,,... Jr., Garland ., Fr., San Angelo . , ., , . So., Bronte ., So., San Angelo . . . . So., San Angelo ,, Fr., Robert Lee ,. Fr., San Angelo So., Mason Fr. San An elo i S Jr., Big Spring Fr., Old Glory ., Sr., Old Glory ., Sr., San Angelo . , . . So., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo Fr., lraan .. Fr., San Angelo R t 4 Q .Q it fl lk, Ht N31 x F - VE g J ii g . 'J' v' 33' i 'mWl'l iil 5 x , r Q 'i 'I I 5 VXA 1 7 i 'Yin' -, c I - 5 Q I Nm ' in R if Q- QRS' I K , X -v, X Z X2- :kg is xiii LL, I 5' -f ' S fi I. J ' K . l 5 fl- l V f R, fx 'a R X 'xf' x W. X ,,w,Q . is. x 1 R0-1:-arse C:':-,-'lice' . Wir I, J .3 --Qi W1 1421125 Q, N Q X N Q5 ' Qx X x t N x .X ' ' V "" ' S . i X ,, XX N X 'SX xxx ' xx i .9 i 'X l as ' .J- 4 '-f 'R A li ,pl fail. , . I' y I X X L- 'IY""', A, S. if X . 'X gk A r Q . F fe, 5 Y lef- S-:e 'x ref., V ' 1 : 1' 1 xr NW F N. is K-1 .P - ,. . . V ,E ii if . 'i 5 Qi X -.f ' 3 A as N 1 X' il E X ' if ' -if , .X , i it i . in- gl ,. ,.f+wtj.f" , N ' X f It li X ix E si . M . q 1., 5.3 eg A 5 " X N 1 Cavs Lester, Helen Lewright, Jack Liddell, Brenda Lilly, Ann Lindsey, Brenda Lissner, Mary . . . Little, Delta Ann Littleton, William Lloyd, Rita .,,. Lloyd, Weldon David' Lockley, Linda . Lockwood, Vickie Logan, Mary Lee Long, Eddie Long, Eugene . Long, Nicky , .. Long, Ricky ., Lopez, Carlos . Lopez, Lawrence Loudon, Marilee Love, Frank .. Love, Ronald . Loyola, Carlos Lubke, Ronald .. Luckenbach, Jerry Luedthe, Stanley Lunday, Nona . Luttrell, Mark A Lynch, David . Lynch, Jimmie McAfee, Cindy ,. McAnally, Jim , Lee Fr., Colorado City , . . . So., Abilene . Fr., Monahans So., Throckmorton . Sr., Andrews , Jr., Del Rio So., San Angelo .. Fr., Dryden , Fr., Eldorado ,. Jr., Eldorado . Fr., Woodbridge . .. So., Santo So., San Angelo , So., San Angelo . Jr., Big Spring . . Fr., Silverton .. Fr., Monahans . . Fr., San Angelo . , . , . Fr., Kerrville So., Fredericksburg So., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo .,.,.. Sr., Snyder .. So., Eden So., Fredericksburg . . , Fr., Miles , . . . Fr., Pecos . , Fr., Odessa .. Jr., Snyder .. Jr., Midland . . Fr., San Angelo So., Cokman McBride, Mary ..... McBride, Susan . So., Clear Falls, lowa McBroom, Mickey , ,,,,.... Fr., Ozona . Jr., Water Valley 253 254 McBroom, Thomas .. McCabe, Jeffery C. . , McCabe, Roy .,.... McCarty, Autry D. . . McClury, David . , McClellan, Marcus Lee McClement, James McClure, Terry W. . . McCIung, Charles , McClung, Neill . , . McClure, Jeff A. . . . McCoy, Leslie L. , . , McCoy, Paula .....,... McCulloch, Tommy . . McCutchin, Philip K. . McDaniel, Albert J. , . McDaniel, Howard . . McDonald, Dorothy . .. McDorman, Thomas . McGarvey, Robert . . . Sr., Robert Lee Sr., Robert Lee Fr., Robert Lee . . . . Jr., Tennyson Fr., San Angelo So., Gouldbusk Sr., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo , , . . Fr., Odessa Jr., San Angelo Fr., Roby ... Jr., Menard , . . So., Abilene Sr., Wichita Falls . . . . So., Bronte . Jr., Big Spring . So., Ballinger Jr., Mason , . . So., Snyder . . Sr., Ballinger Students relax on campus grounds be- tween classes and discuss the day's ac- tivities. I - a ,j xl F f T Q. IT n, A i. lf' I Q.. A 4 ef f . 1. 5 l 'ij vw- R v-tv Y .av L I J 11 4 4 , t , Q . K I :Z I , August Roin' Improves Compus Grounds ' QS: ' Q ws-2 . .Wig F ? A .A W ef A -uv :- X X 5 1 1 Q E .'.-, -fi:-' ' Eb- Iv -',. iff? Q-- K 1 X X , ,rg Q A .1 X H We rx R 'sfo t v l A Q qs ..- X L E 'uf if Q X t . A- :X .. , If ,..... ' ,xx AIA AA i -. .... it f-if X - - w 0 l i X xy KX lr gg?-wx . A T IA' N ,10- - . i ' -1 X 5 3' A Q i t f www ' .K ?:,1Nx -X grin: ' -ft -:xc-195 gif: A X sgsgu 'A xx-' . 'I-I' NYQIIC ' - Y, ef' F - , , TNQ ,S 5 1 sw , A:g:'AAf:fj'v X :RX - Aix . X . MX XX +X SN t t t. X N N 3 f X X s 3 X 'S Q X X S McGowen, Randal A A McHugh, Roy Thomas McKay, Barbara .... McKay, Mike .,., McKay, Leah A AA McKee, Steve ,,..., McKeever McKinney McKinnon', McKneely, McLauren, McMeans, McMillan, NlcMillan, McMillan, r Ronnie A A A Randy A A Clayton A A A Linda A A A Michael AA Debra Larry A A A Marsha A A Nancy A A McMillan, Susan M. A A McMurray, Alta ,... McQueen, Larry A A A McRae, Charles A McRoy, Donald A A A McSwain, Elizabeth AA McSwain, Thomas McWilliams, David ,A,AA Macias, Jesse ,A,A, Magee, Sally P. A A Maier, Charles H. A A Major, Marshall AA A Manas, Johnnie .AAA Manship, Gregory A A Manske, Marilyn AA Marecek, Dan AAAAAA Marecek, James Marcos Mi uel "HJR cha Jr., San Angelo AA A So., Abilene So., San Angelo A A A A Fr., Crane Fr., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo A A A A A A Sr., Merkel So., San Angelo A So., Big Spring A Jr., Cherokee Fr., San Angelo AA Fr., Stanton A A A Fr., Ozona So., Brownwood A A Fr., Junction So., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo A A A So., Temple A Fr., Casterville So., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo A A A Fr., Odessa Sr., San Angelo A A Fr., Ballinger So., San Angelo .A Fr., Midland Sr., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo So.,Rule Fr., Rowena Sr., Rowena cago, Illinois Fr., San Angelo , g AAAA Markee, Donald E. A A A Marks, Ricky AAAAAA Fr., Winters 256 Morrow, Clarence ...... Morrow, Karen . , . . , . , Marshall, Tara ,,. Martin, Brenda .. Martin, Charlie ,. Martin, Mike ..., Martin, Susan , .. Martinez, Armando Martinez, Fernando Martinez, Frances So., San Angelo . . . So., Odessa So., San Angelo So., Gouldbusk .. Fr., Eldorado .. So., Snyder So., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo ., , So., Ozona i 1 4? -x ' ,l PQ Junior class officers are Vance Fields, vice president, Mike Smith, secretary-treasur- erp and Bob Eckhardt, president. Juniors Are Active Members on Campus Martinez, Hector .,,... Fr., San Angelo Martinez, Mary . , . .....,, So., Ozona , Massey, Teresa . .. So., San Angelo A Masters, Steven .. Fr., San Angelo , Mathews, Daniel ...... Jr., Brownwood .A ptr l f we Q, ' R M W, f A k,.,.. Mathews, Glenda , . , Mathews, James . , Matson, Christy . . . Matthiesen, James , .... Fr., Ballinger Matthiesen, Judy , . . Maxwell, Frances . .. May, Daniel .... , Mays, Marion ..,,,., . . . Sr., Dallas .... Sr., Elkhart . , Fr., San Angelo .. Sr., Paint Rock ...... Fr., Tarzan . . . Sr., Denver City .. . Jr., Robert Lee Mears, Natha Jo .,.......... Sr., Post Medrano, Guadalupe Meikle, Donald ....., Menchaca, Margaret Menchaca, Ricky ..... . . . , . , So., Lamesa . . . . Fr., Plainview . , Fr., San Angelo , . . Fr., Christoval Menchaca, Sylvia .,.... So., San Angelo Mendez, Anna .,.. Menzies, John . , . Mercer, Carolyn ,. Mercer, Jimmy ,..., Merkel, Phillip .. Merrill, Clifton . , So., Big Lake Fr., San Angelo . . . . . So., Eldorado . . . Jr., Eldorado Sr., Quincy, Illinois . . . , .Sr., Sonora 257 258 Middlebrook, Randal Mika, Janice F. . .. Milburn, Lynda .,.. Miller, Donald .. Miller, Tommy Miller, Tommy ... Miles, Gary .... Millican, Teddy . . , Mills, Mary O. .. Mills, Richard .,.. Mireles, Manuel . ., Mitchell, Ardith . .. Mitchell, Martha . .. Mithcell, Michael A. Mitchell, Patricia .. Fr., San Angelo Meyers, Rhonda ...... . . . . Sr., Stamford So., Miles . . . . So., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo So., Brownwood . . , . So., Andrews .,.,.. Jr., Midkiff . . Fr., Robert Lee .... Fr., Kermit .. . . . Fr., Orange Fr., San Angelo .,,.... Fr., Wichita So., Rocksprings ...... Fr., Houston . . . . Fr., San Angelo Montgomery, Roxanna .... Jr., Hobbs, Moore, Billy ......,. Moore, Fred .. Moore, Larry ., Moore, Merry D. . .. Morales, Linda R. .. Morris, Jane ,.,. Morris, Roy E. . Morris, Sue .. Morrison, Royce . . . Morse, Stanley ...,... New Mexico Jr., Colorado City . Sr., San Angelo . . . , So., Slaton . . . Fr., Uvalde ..., Fr., Pyote . . Jr., Odessa . , , . . Sr., Welch .. Fr., Eldorado . Fr., San Angelo . Fr., San Angelo Mortensen, Dallas .. Fr., San Lake City, Utah Moseley, Stephen ,...,... Jr., Rochelle Moss, Ricky T. , . . . Mosty, Liesse .,.. . . . So., Anson .....,. Fr., Kerrville Moulton, Joe ........ Fr., San Angelo Mullins, Christine , ...., Jr., Big Spring Multer, Marsha .... Murray, Bryan E. .. . . . So., Rowena .. . So., Melvin 5 l , ,x .1 ll 71 X xr H ' x , 1- X ,Q 1 i T X' i 'A 1 .4 mul ' Xl 'I l P Y . I, J. '79 '17 V ?ff'-.. it , , 1 orr esie , 3.. ,, -., N, , V 5. .Nik 1 as liri "-ff Ai '- ' ' f -X . ti iw. Xlc QK P X : G , s I 593 Y Q- A - l, X - N' l 5 ll itll . X l, 45 X , 70 " "ar f. N. .ff " ww. maj if X I 'UN Y Nw., h , uf 'xi' -u Murray, Gary M. Murrell, Graydon Murray, Robert E. Mussatto, Deborah Myers, Louis Nalepka, Edward Neal, Anna Marie Neal, William E. Neely, Robert , Neeper, Darla . Neighbors, Philip Neill, Patricia Nelson, Gary , Nesbit, Cabot Nevins, Jarry . New, Phillip C. Newman, Gale . Newsom, Denise Newton, Martha Newton, Susan Nibling, Barbara J. Nichols, Danny ., Nichols, Halena , , Nicholson, Ken Niehues, Roy Niets, Maria .. . Nigem, Hanna T. Nixon, Margaret Nobles, Lydia Noles, Diana Norman, Bob . . , Norris, David . . . Noyd, Michael .. O'Bryant, Vicki , O'Dell, Michael . Jr., Carlsbad Fr., San Angelo Fr., Des Plaines, Illinois So., Amarillo Fr., San Angelo So., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo So., Paint Rock So., San Angelo , Fr., Sweetwater . So., Pomona, California , Fr,, Slaton So., San Angelo ,, Jr., Angleton . Fr., San Angelo . , So., Dallas Fr., San Angelo , . Fr., Kermit Jr., Big Spring . . Fr., Midland , So., San Angelo Sr., Big Spring , . Sr., Big Spring , . Jr., San Angelo Fr., Norton ,, . Fr., Del Rio Jr., Nazareth, Israel So., Eldorado ., . Jr., Mason . , So., Sudan Sr., San Angelo , .. So., Hobbs, New Mexico Jr., San Angelo , , Fr., Kerrville ,, . Fr., Winters 260 Dorms: A Second Home for Sludenls Odom, Jana .... Odstrcil, Linda .. Odum, Harold G. Odum, Ronald .. O'Flynn, Larry .. Oldham, Mitzi .. Oliver, Emily S. . Oliveras, David ,, Olsak, Stephanie Olson, Allen ,... O'Neal, Alice ., O'Neal, Donna .. Ornelas, Silverio , Ortiz, Ray R. , .. Osbourn, Joni .. Osbourn, Russell Osbourn, Toni C. Oswald, Bonnie . Overstreet, Morris Owens, Sherry .. Parr, Mary . . . Pace, Robert .... Pagan, David Pagan, Rodney W Palmer, Ronnie . Palmer, Wayne . . Palmow, Gene . . . Parker, Linda . . . Parker, Randy .. Parker, Richard . . . Fr., Ropesville Fr., Abilene . So., San Angelo Fr., Midland . Fr., San Angelo . Fr., San Angelo So., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo . So., San Angelo , Sr., San Angelo .,,, Jr., Midland .... Jr., Midland . Jr., San Angelo . Fr., San Angelo ,.... Sr., Llano ,. , Jr., Llano ,. . . . Sr., Llano .. So., San Saba .. , Sr., Amarillo ., Sr., Amarillo , , Fr., Gorman ..... Fr., Post . . . . Fr., Ozona .. . . . So., Ozona . Fr., San Angelo . . . So., Mertzon Sr., Los Angeles, California So., Colorado City Jr., Colorado City . Jr., San Angelo l , l z bl . V 4 K ,- 4' , 3. f- U "Q if , . ' M854 IVY .AXP 546+ I 495, J., er ,fgjfll egg 4 lr, 3. 7' 1 L' A 5 . ' rf' F 1 'I N V X I i lP sl I . J QU G, N. Fir xv. 3 QS, IQ 1-'Q I Residents enjoy relaxing evenings in the dorm lobbies. Parrish, Charles .. Parry, Norma ,. Partridge, Emmett Paschal, Saundra Pate, Gary ,,ii,, Patrick, Donna ., Patterson, James . . Patterson, Larry .,., Pattillo, Patricia .. Paulsen, Gary . , . Paulson, Kathy . Paz, Jose , , . , , Pearson, Don . . Pehl, Glenda . . Peiser, Karen . . . Peitchinsky, Jesse . Sr., Ballinger .. Jr., Barnhart ,. , So., Munday , , ,. Fr., San Angelo , . Fr., Floydada Jr., San Angelo Grad., San Angelo Fr., Fluvanna Fr., Colorado City . Fr., San Angelo . Fr., San Angelo , Sr., Del Rio . So., San Angelo .. Fr., Stonewall , Fr., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo Pekez, Ada ..,..,. ,..,. S o., Sonora Pelzel, Larry ..., Pena, Lorenzo . .. ,. Pena, Santa . . . , , So., Ballinger .. . So., Ballinger . Fr., San Angelo 262 Bicycles Big on Pender, Vivian .,.. Pennington, Caroline Perez, Jerry ,...., Perez, Nemesio ..,. Perkins, Delana . . . Perkins, Tana .. Perry, David . , . Perry, Sharon .. Peters, David Peters, Frank .... Petro, Gene . .. Pettiet, Ginny ..., Pettiott, Thomas . . Petty, Michael . . . Phelps, Donna . .. Phenix, Cynthia . . Pherigo, Bobby , . Pina, Santos ...,. Pinkerton, Patricia . Pittcock, Rhonda .. Pittmon, Greg . , , Pitts, Robert . . . Plumlee, John . . . Pointer, Jerry . . . Pontani, Michelle ., Pool, Billy , ., Pool, Christine .. Pope, James .... Porras, Carmen . .. Porter, Jack .,.,. Porter, Mark .. Porter, Steven . , . Poteet, Randall . ,, Pounds, Brenda Pounds, Donna . . , . , So., Colorado City . Fr., Big Lake Fr., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo . Fr,, Quanah Sr., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo So., San Angelo . So., Kerrville . Jr., Big Spring .. So., Midland Fr., San Angelo , , , So., Sonora Fr., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo .... Jr., Crane Grad., Coahoma . Fr., Eldorado Fr., San Angelo Fr., Aspermont Fr., San Angelo Jr., Brownwood Jr., San Angelo .,.. Fr., Pecos Fr., Del Rio Fr., San Angelo , Fr., San Saba Sr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo So., San Angelo ., Fr., Stanton . . . So., Odessa Fr., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo So., San Angelo Campus This Yecir .fl 'x P Y ix 5, A i. i S N- f"S ,X 5 x M ffk, Bw? .2 Q -3 if W'-:I l ' -.0 X i x 'Ml x lv- ff- G -rr Q l 3: 'Q 4. ' 1 I X, , . .fps . ,H A fk 5 5,5 1 .xx , ix ,I :fi x si Y A I fi I . i x st JW '13 42 Q 'NT J i ,Q 1 as X if ' n 'Q I Y. 3. Pruitt, Sr., Norton 1 .M 3 5,5 I l i lx! '5 1 5 rt i gg 'if ll- rj. 5 A ,LA . E h 5- ii -af ,C , f G'-ff A L II I3 0 SN N 1 , 1 -AQ 1 " ' Krtrrf' Q 1 It X3 Xl ' N 1 l L l l Y , v fag :dsl Z 4 X . kv, 1 p Bicycle racks were placed all over campus this fall to accomodate the great number of bikes appearing at ASU. Powe, William Powell, Bishop A Powell Jan AA Powell Larry ..,. AA Powell Madelaine Powell, Phyllis Powell Robert A Powell Thelma Powell, Weldon A Power, Kenneth Price, Harold A Priddy, Ann Pl'lESS, Brenda A Prince, Barbara Pruitt, Glenn AA Nolvia -l N A A 'fr ffl fl Au ' - F L 4'v'ts Q33 'Q ! NX l fy fin . Psencik, Karen A Pullig, Don A A Pulsey, Debbie A A A Qualls, Wanda Ramirez, Benny A Ramirez, Charlie Ramos, Johnny A A Ramsdell, Stephen Raney, Brenda Rasor, Beverly A A A A Rauch, Michael A A A A Fr., Talpa A So., Ballinger Fr., Kerrville Sr., Spur So., San Angelo A Sr., Eden Fr., San Angelo Sr., Snyder Sr., Sweetwater Fr., San Angelo Jr., Abilene Jr., Hereford AA Jr., Mason A So., Odessa Sr., Abilene A A A A Fr., Eola AA A Sr., Rotan A Fr., Del Rio Fr., Brownfield So., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo A A Jr., Sonora AA So., Millis, Massachusetts Fr., Lubbock So., Sweetwater Jr., San Angelo Rawlings, David A AA A So., Water Valley Rawlings, Paul A Sr., Water Valley Ray, Lonnie A A A A Sr., San Angelo 26 Reagan, Benjie , Reavis, Kathryn .. Rector, Barron, , Rector, Ricks . Reed, Mychelle .. Reed, Jackie . Reed, Roley . . . Reese, Virginia . . . Reeves, Clinton , Reeves, Earl , Reeves, Eathel , , . Reeves, Gary .... Reichenau, Joan . Reyes, Olivia Reynolds, Darlene . Reynolds, Fred .. Reynolds, Richard Reza, Amelia ,.,. Ribble, Darla .. , Rice, Billy .... Rice, Janalyn ..., Richards, Carolyn Richards, Marcia ,. Richards, Sallie ., Richards, William Richardson, Debra . Richardson, Judith . Richardson, Michael Richardson, Susan . Richardson, Sharla Richmond, James Richling, Eugene .. Ricks, Connie . , , Riess, Andrew . . Riggs, Mitchell , . . , Jr., San Angelo .. . So., Ozona . . Sr., San Angelo .. Fr., San Angelo Fr., Floydada So., Rankin .... Fr., Ingram , . So., San Angelo . , Fr., Abernathy . So., San Angelo Jr., Colorado City . So., San Angelo So., Fredericksburg . Jr., San Angelo Fr., Colorado City ,, Jr., San Angelo So., Colorado City . Fr., San Angelo , Fr., San Angelo . Jr., San Angelo ,. . Fr., Odessa . A . . . Fr., Bronte .. Jr., San Angelo , . . , . Fr., Bronte ,. Jr., San Angelo . . Fr., San Angelo . . Fr., San Angelo , So., San Antonio . . , Fr., San Angelo ..,. Fr., Midland , , . , , Fr., Pecos . Fr., San Angelo ,. Sr., San Angelo . . .. Jr., Winters .. Jr., San Saba J'- IV 1, .. ' xx c 5: 3 fi l . ,i .. , . 1 . Nl X I U' N x V i , '5 .41 ' I 'fb . W , ! I i,f"-A . l i l i l ii l i 1 f ' 1, , ' 1 - L x . - AMiXl DI' Pl AL, if N fa I 1 x. f. A ,L Q . i f' Riley, Clark Riley, Reanna Rios, Juan Rippetoe, Judy Ripple, Terry , Rivas, J Rivera, oe Joe i Rives, William Roach, Christie , Roach, J. C. Roach, Lillian Roach, Paul Roach, Sheila Roach, Sue . Roach, William Robbins, Portis Robbins, Lisa Roberts, Charlotte Roberts, Elton Roberts, Penny . Roberts, Richard Roberts, Theresa Roberts, Wilma Robinson, Debra Robinson, Jimmy Jr., Abernathy So., Hunt So., Ozona Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo . . Jr., lraan Fr., Sweetwater So., McCamey Fr., Robert Lee Sr., San Angelo So., San Angelo So., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Robinson, John , Robinson, Michael Rodgers, Susan . Rodriquez, Janie Rodriquez, Jolanda Sr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo . . Fr., Abilene . . Fr., Crane Fr., San Angelo So., San Angelo . Fr., Lamesa So., San Angelo . So., Midland . Jr., McCamey So., San Angelo So., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo So., Monahans , Jr., Sheffield Rodriquez, Maggie Rogers, Christie Rogers, Randy .,., . . . Rogers, William Rogers, William A. ,. Fr., lraan Sr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Rojas, Olga Roos, Nancy Rose, Earlie ., . Rose, Judith ., Rosenfeldt, Jerene Ross, Becky . ,. Ross, Marijohn , . . Ross, Sue Anne . Rosser, William . Rosson, Jim , Rosson, Roy . . , Rosson, Susan . . . Rountree, Clarice . Rountree, Randolph Rowden, Michael , Ruddell, Cynthia .. Rudder, Deborah Ruddick, Donna . Ruggles, Linda Rust, Frederick . . . . Fr., San Angelo Runnels Hall, previously a men's dorm, was redecorated during the summer of 1971 to accommodate freshman women. Residents from Mayer and Runnels Halls get together on the front lawn. Fr., San Angelo Fr., Fredericksburg , Jr., San Angelo . Jr., Sweetwater . So., San Angelo ., So., Lamesa . . . . Fr., Pecos . Fr., Bandera . ,. So., Miles . Jr., Snyder T77 5 . . . Sr., Snyder ' , , . . . Fr., Snyder , Jr., Big Spring . . Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Nd Fr., San Angelo Fr., Colorado City .. Sr., Lamesa . . Jr., San Angelo Runnels Hcill' Changed lo'Women's Dorm .4 '. f gsm ' .J . HSXNE " ' . -- arf EST. C -11' ' 1 . .hglsg 151 ' ' ' ' wi-:Ai fl 'ist .3311 Y N 1 60 . ,XX .W is .. XX fir if I P 3 vi x E, Sl X ,K X ,gist 1s.,g'1 x P - -2 f ' ' . V . . . '. 1-a Q -5 3 1 .ggi z Rushing, Lauren Russell, Chris Russell, Linda Sage, Gary Saldana, Virginia Salinas, Hermalindo Salinas Jaun Salvato, Frank Salvato, Toni Sanchez, Manuel '-N N5 .. 1 !-7 1 - . 3 .. 4 ' A., V ' 4 T V. V -L. f ll ,, ,X f ' Ml Q' I 0 ,,,,,. gi ' . 5' I 1 - -r 1 BQ" fr 4' X x 1- K rg .I . Y f , Y, L X - , f- as-' ,.. ' a' l 4 ' A A N' iy L wt . X' xi- ' CIA . . l ,N I Qui In 3 -1 Sanchez, Mario Sanchez, Romelia Sanders, Kenneth Sankey, Lois San Miguel, Armando Satsch, Dennis Saunders, Devona Savage, Richard , Savory, Cynthia Sawyers, Buz . Sawyers, Clyde Saylor, Stephanie Scarborough, John Scarbrough, James Schafer, Johnny Scherz, William Schinkel, Roberta Schneider, Karen Schneider, Timothy Schrader, William Schraer, Donna , Schultz, Peter Schulz, Cathy . Schwab, Christine Schwartz, Floyd . , Fr., Odessa Fr., San Angelo Fr., Kermit So., Odalou Jr., Seminole So., Laredo Sr., Laredo Fr., San Angelo So., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo So., Monahans So., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo So., San Angelo So., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Fr., Bloomington, Indiana Fr., San Angelo . So., Point Fr., Fon Stockton Fr., Goldthwaite Fr., Lamesa So., Dallas Jr., Garden City So., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo So., lraan Fr,, San Angelo . So., Miles Fr., San Angelo , Fr., Eola ,.,,. Fr., Dallas Fr., Garden City 267 268 Students Enioy Worm November Doys Schwarz, Evelyn .. Schwertner, Ronald Schwertner, Teresa Schwertner, Yvonne Scott, Brent . . . Scott, Carol . , . Scott, David . , , Scott, Donald . . . Scott Gary .. Scott Harvey . . Scott, Nolen ..,. Scruggs, Robbie . . . Scudder, Edward . Seaman, William .. Sedino, Frank Sefcik, Jerry ,... Seidel, Danny . .. Serna, Willie ..... Sevier, Fernando . Sexton, Richard .. Shaffer, Bernie ,. Shahan, Debra .. Shahan, Keith . , , Shatto, Jimmy , . . Shaver, Ronald . , Shaw, Arthur . . . Sheen, Sandy .... Shelburn, Phyllis . Shelton, Charles .. Shelton, Steven .. Shipman, Terri .. Shook, Diana .. Shook, James . . . Short, Annette . .. Shuffield, Carolyn . . . Fr., Miles ,... Fr., Miles So., Ballinger ..,.. So., Miles Fr., San Angelo Jr., Sweetwater .. Jr., Coleman Sr., San Angelo ... Fr., El Paso Sr., San Angelo So., San Angelo , Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo ,..,..Jr.,Wall So., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo ,. . Fr., Midland . . . Sr., San Angelo . So., San Saba . . Sr., San Saba So., San Angelo .. . . , Fr., Kermit So., San Angelo So., San Angelo . , . . Fr., Burnet Fr., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo . Fr., Abernathy ..... So., lraan .. Sr., Winters .. Fr., Bandera . Fr., San Angelo ,ffl l if RA T7 Q, l x I A fl! az v 0. ' Q Y X .. 4 . ' ca' Xe. A X xl 5 . . 4 4 'Q 'x LL. AS! fa .9 55 .p-9 low 5 Q", fdkax J , A G' E arf? l I ., Q ' ,I 94-A -fr ' I 1375. ' I - + iii V if . ' 0 Ai Q zxfi .ici . f ' 1 fri? J ff l i A Q 40 . , 4' T . ft 61 Q'-F -.. ' !d bf -, , if A ia ' is .I ,i'Q4'fQ4f . . ' H1-1-fx 'Mil - - ,' ,-4-1. . . , I ,, , ...pe .-1 f f . . 1'-,'-fdpi,-,- .J-,g,---fa , - . gl'-.f --' X., Hg: ..Q...,:, - , 5. 11565 .A ,utr V- 3.5. tj, 03 . -.lf , if J ,L t 356'-fi 4 S , 3- . ', f ajaf. H Ad. .Q- E , 4.5 .. i is 1 , I., N :gang z A4 e . .' f g Ayfhgbhi- Shuster, Robert Shutter, Carole Silva, Julia .,., Silvas, Clelia ,, Simmons, Debbie Simmons, Jo Nell Simmons, Nancy Simmons, Tom , Simpson, Sharon Simpson, Steve Sinclair, Terry . Sipes, Jeff ...,, Skidmore, Scott . Skelton, David .. Slagle, Shelley .. Slagle, Suzanne . Slaughter, Sandra Sloan, Claudia ,... . . Slone, David Sloper, Sally . . . Smetana, Ricky . Smetana, Ralph . Smith, Andrea . , Smith, Bob .... Smith, Charles . . Smith, Cindi . , . Smith, Chuck . . . Smith, David .. Smith, Donna .. Smith, Dwayne . Jr., Fort Stockton . Fr., Arlington Jr., San Angelo Fr., Sanderson . . . . So., Roby .. Jr., Winters Fr., San Angelo , Sr., Ballinger .. . Jr., Pecos .. Sr., Floydada Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo .. Sr., Midland Jr., Water Valley Fr., San Angelo . So., San Angelo . . . . So., Brady . So., San Saba . Fr., Christoval . Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Fr., Eola So., San Angelo . . . . Jr., Midland , Fr., San Angelo . . . Fr., Lubbock , Sr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo . . . . Sr., Pecos .. So., Winters With warm weather lasting through mid- November, students spend many after' noons out-of-doors. K vs ' Q g K ff-Q 269 Senior class officers are Dean Zanowiak, treasurer, Bill York, secretary, Roy Stacy, president, and Larry Matson, vice presi- dent. Seniors Look to Jobs, Graduate Work .f 1.1 ,A I 43 v S KY' Y . Smith, Smith, Smith Smith, smith, Smith Smith Sneedy, Phyllis Roy . Shelia Stacia , Stephen Susan Vic , , . Rhonda Snell, Richard ,,,,, Snodgrass, Shirley Socha, Larry ,,.i. Socha, Margie . , Soldano, Margaret Solomon, Phillip . Sorrells, Sue .... Sosa, Armando . . . Sota, Diana . Sotels, Antonia Soto, Tomas ..i.. Sowers, Richard Soyars, Timothy .,., Soza, Norma . Specht, John .,.. Specht, Robert . . . Speck, Walter .. , So., Lamesa So., San Angelo , So., Sweetwater . . Jr., Fort Stockton .. Fr., San Angelo . , Fr., Imperial , , Jr., San Angelo . . . . Fr., Winters . Grad., San Angelo . ,. Sr., Kerrville . . . So., San Angelo , , So., San Angelo . , . Fr., San Angelo . . So., Big Lake Sr.,Ira ,, . Jr., San Angelo . So., San Angelo ..... Fr., Del Rio . . Fr., San Angelo . Fr., San Angelo Sr., Norfolk, Virginia .,... Fr., Del Rio ., So., San Angelo , . Jr., San Angelo Fr., Eldorado 2 Librory Crowded During Midterms, Finols Spencer, Kenneth . . . Spinks, Colegate . .. Springer, Lora ..... . . . . . Sr., Lenorah Springer, Ronald ..... Springer, Roy .... .. Stacy, Roy .,,.,... Staha, Michael ..... Stallone, Janet .. So Stanfield, Pamela . . . Stanford, Patti .. Stanford, Terry . .. Stanly, Betty ..... . . Starkey, Alonzo .... Steele, Mark , . . . . . Stephens, Ben .. Stephens, Rebecca ,. Sterling, James .... . . . , Jr., Coahoma Sterling, Patti .... .. Stevens, Craig .... Stevens, Perry ..,. . So., San Angelo . Fr., San Angelo . So., San Angelo . Jr., San Angelo . , .... Sr., Rankin . Fr., San Angelo Natchez, Missouri . , , . . Fr., Hobbs, New Mexico . So., San Angelo So., San Angelo . Jr., San Angelo So., Kerrville So., Fort Stockton . Fr., Robert Lee Sr., Fort Stockton . So., Big Spring . Fr., San Angelo . Jr., San Angelo The magazine section of the library is a popular place to study in the evenings. 3 .9 if .S 3 .5 Y . ,f af H at l N ix I 2 Wi, y 4 L l 1: XX 2, , X if if iz- lm- ' fix 'ar N,,, Q l' ' X 'Z it , 4 1. tl, X lv ,, xr. 6 5... i-4 K ,X T X -I? 1 3 . . , S xii: ' s XX ix: Mg, ., U in 3 ' Y X K 3 X S X'-1 'Y X Q X ' " 3: , .Qtek K X x - - 5 R 4-1 - .' 1 OU' l XX 5 'SS' i X lt, . , S , S v . i l 1 I -Qi is S N rf? NK A I Xi' X l' X IJ'-: Q "-. L :nv l Y i , W T 1, I . Cl' ,A ' . l, A ig, . Y' " P f .sxflnx , ,f I ,-N -t-X rf "l' vt- l ' A - -, t. X -. X X he . 2 A 2' . x Y 1 I I X ' ' MEM, , 'I-if ,nf ' S ix 3 ' QS' ,. - xt t f is .. ,'-. x 4 ks Q fs 'P 3 it Q .X 5. .ff-gi? free s 2 Q' Stewart, Jeffrey Stewart, Lynn Stewart, Rex Stewart, Tracy , Stinnett, Kathryn Stinnett, James Stinnett, Susan Stirl, Ralph St. John, Mackie Stockbridge, Wilfreda l Stoerner, Cathy Stone, Chris Stoner, Michael Stout, Susan Stovall, Nancy Strahl, Stephen Strapp, James Strickland, Deborah Strickland, Jody . . . Strickler, Jack l Stricklin, Glenda Strom, Ann , l Stroud, Terry .,,, Strube, Teresa Strum, Michael Stubblefield, Kim ,. Stubblefield, Keryth Stutts, Gary .,,... Sublett, Bruce , ,. Sudduth, Michael ., Sullivan, Marcus . . . Sullivan, Sharon , . . Sullivan, Thomas ..,,,, Sundberg, Jamie , . Sutton, Edward .. ,, Fr., Snyder Sr., Burnett Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo So., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo . . . , , Sr., Brady Fr., Loraine Sr., Ballinger Fr., Mason .. So., Lockney Fr., San Angelo .. Sr., Gordon . Sr., San Angelo So., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo So., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo , Fr., Monahans . . . . Fr., Kermit Jr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo . Fr., San Angelo .. . Fr., Wall Jr., Wall , , . So., Pecos , . . So., Pecos ., So., Merkel , .. Fr., Crane . . , Jr., Eldorado So., San Angelo , , . . Fr., Abilene So., San Angelo Fr., San Antonio . . . , Fr., Sonora 73 274 Commuters Eot in New Rom Room Switzer, David Tabb, Grace A Talamantes, Arthur Talamantes, Rolando Tally, Deborah Talley, John Taylor, Robert Tankersley, Carolyn Tarpley, David . Tarter, Flora Tarter, Margaret Tawater, Linda Taylor, Rebecca . Teague, Charles Teague, Karen Teague, Kathleen . Teal, Martha , Templeton, Jerry Terrell, Caroline Terry, Margaret Terry, Tim Thetford, Maureen Thetford, Tecanna Thieman, Mark ,. Thomas, Sharon Thompson, Donald Thompson, Kenneth Thompson, Nancy , Thomson, Lin .. . Thurman, Sharron Tilton, Fern . Tisdale, L. G. Titsworth, Lester Tolle, Patti , Tompkins, Jean Fr., Miles Fr., Ozona Jr., San Angelo Fr., Del Rio Sr., Lometa Jr., San Angelo , Jr., Odessa Fr., Abilene , Fr., Merkel So., San Angelo So., San Angelo .. Jr., Midland Sr., Big Spring Sr., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo Fr., Pecos Sr., Sweetwater , Sr., Abilene Fr., Odessa Fr., Sterling City So., Johnson City .... Fr., Midland Jr., Midland Sr., San Angelo Sr., Coahoma Jr., Snyder Sr,, San Angelo . Fr., Big Spring Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Fr., Brady Jr., Weslaco Jr., Rankin Jr., San Angelo Sr., McCamey I ty "ig I N 9 .Q . 1.2 I- ' Uv,-f 31' KX Q tt tall P' 1 ii V T .1119 r ti. Q L1 .sf 1 iq. , i . '15 . C . -1.- 1- C 1 'E V if 1, 1 me 'Q' -41 M "T, X ti I '3 x ,f 7, r 'J I r :gl I X x Q l i 'B .- ,- 'K ?. .41 -rv I ,l 'fo I . Q37 v K f T3 f R HT T' P ' mba . fe, , K , X l I , ,Mn a l 5 'usa F"' V Torres, Billy . . Tounget, Donna . Touzet, Carole Towns, Robert Traugott, Joe Treadway, Larrie Treadway, Stephen Trevino, Ester Trevino, Rudy , Troop, Alice Troop, Stanley , Trowbridge, Alton , Trowbridge, Debbie Trowbridge, Harlow Tubbs, Barbara ., Tubbs, Michele Tucker, Wilma Tumlinson, Jana Turnbo, Ann . Turner, Joel . . , Fr., San Angelo ,, . So., Ballinger . So., France Fr., Kermit So., San Angelo Fr., Tulia ..,. Fr., Miles . So., San Angelo , Jr., San Angelo So., San Angelo Sr., San Angelo . Jr,, San Angelo . So., Robert Lee So., San Angelo , Jr., San Angelo So., San Angelo . Fr., Miles . Fr., San Angelo So., Fort Stockton So., Midland The new Ram Room in the Houston Harte University Center is a convenient place for commuting students to grab a quick lunch. 275 276 Turner, John . . , Turner, Mildred .. Turner, Robert . . , Tutle, Dugan E. ,... . Twilligear, George A , Twilligear, Mary Underwood, Claudia Underwood, John . . Vadney, Barbara .. Valdez, Luis .,.. Valenzuela, Olga . ,, Vallandingham, Irene Vandivere, Douglas , Van Court, John Vanhoozer, Stephen So., San Angelo . So., Big Lake So., San Angelo .. So., Lamesa . , Jr., Leakey A . , Fr., Leakey Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo . So., Munday ,. Fr., Del Rio . Jr., McCamey ..... So., Wall Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo .. So., Midland 'MSX rf' x -s l I 'V' ,X ' Will! I' :Zen , ,iffrfmifmzih 'X i A i IU . ' ra te vr t V, il X , 'fi A, ' The new and expanded bookstore in the University Center offers a wide selection of goods. . is .ll J N 'V9' Spocious, New Bookstore Offers Greoter Shopping Convenience qi. . ld , is ,:.'- 1 Lf. AQ' "vi ,-,,: X Z T N f 'tru Q' 2 br--1x',, , HX! .1 1 s i ' 'fi f lg 'T -1 ff. -. 5: S if J"S' ' A f . t J, 1, ,r rv' . . X. zigj " " P G W . '35 y2f,,'Q t gy 'sf . 1" 25 -5, iffgl . ,f - 232 ' ' ' V ... X , P if ,fa 5 ' L I L ' 4- . "ik " Y, -. 3 X 'I ,. . - -Q .4-' x , i I . X . N 'lf fi 'Q f"' . 'Q i f 3, . 1 .oii i h 11- ' 1' ' In S X j Varga, Clay .. Varga, Jan Varien, Richard , Varnedore, Michael Varnell, Chester Vaughn, Dallas Vaughn, H. Lynn . Vaughn, Nancy .. Vila, Maria , .. . . Vest, Debbie . Vestal, Steven .. Vick, James tt,, Vincent, Sandra . , Vinson, Linda ,, Virdell, Mike , . Von Phul, Carol Vordick, Michael , Voss, Eddiw ., ,. Wachsmann, Jame Waddell, Judy ., Wade, Paul .. .. Wagner, Douglas Wagner, Joy .t.. Wagner, Larry . Wagner, Marilyn Sr., Rocksprings So., Rocksprings Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Jr., Wichita Falls . Fr., Lamesa . . . Jr., Lamesa .. So., Snyder . , So., Del Rio So., Abilene . Fr., O'Donnell , , Fr., Rankin So., San Angelo ,. So., Avoca , . . Sr., Llano So., Great Falls, Montana Fr., Wantagh, New York Jr., Santa Anna ,. . Fr., Miles Jr., Ballinger . . Jr., Lamesa ., . So., Pyote . . So., Seagoville So., Crane So., Seagoville 277 78 Wagoner, Damona Wahlenmaier, Joan Wahlenmaier, Kay Walker, Ben Bob . Walker, Bonnie , ,, Walker, David .. Walker, Nitia Walker, Paul ,.. Wallace, Carol . . Wallace, Daphnia . Wallace, Doyle ,. Wallace, Sherry . , Wallace, Tony . . . Wallace, William . . Wallen, Mike . . Wallin, Vicky .. , Walling, Charles Walsh, Dee , , Ward, Benny .. Ward, Diane ,. Angelettes strive for perfection through daily work-outs. Fr., Eldorado . So., Midland . Fr., Midland Sr., Childress Fr., Robert Lee Fr., Sweetwater So., Santa Anna Jr., Fort Stockton . . . . Fr., Odessa . . Fr., Spur Sr., San Angelo Fr., Fort Stockton i Sr., San Angelo . Fr., Crosbyton Fr., Del Rio Jr., Big Spring i So., Borger , Sr., Dallas , . Jr., Snyder Jr,, San Angelo in ii fl ln, P " i I 'W .B V -6 - W9 'A J " 41 fi if f 'Q u 4' . ilk 3 , ry' X L hi , A in in li "fi x Q E xl , N ,Q Z xi, - Rxiiss I--fi' li., ,, Continuol Rom Support 5. .6 5 it W I, t a 73: fffjf' - fi Q .' C? 3- -A -9 f I 2 xo, t . Dx Ware, Garret Warner, Fletcher Warner, Paul Warren, Mike . Washburn, Marilyn Washington, Susan Watson, Alan . Watson, Barry Watson, Emlyn Watson, Phillip Watson, Thomas Watson, Wayne Wattis, Michael . Wayham, Bruce . . Weant, Curtins Weaver, Jan . , . Weaver, Melissa Webb, Donald Webb, Margaret . Weems, Billy . Weir, Gary ,, Welch, John . . Welch, Phillip Welch, Roger . Welch, Victoria . Fr., Mercury Jr., Texarkana Jr., San Angelo r . . . So., Crane Jr., Palatine, Illinois Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Fr,, Monahans So., Ballinger So., Big Lake Fr., San Angelo Jr., San Angelo l So., Prescott So., San Angelo .. Fr., Ozona . Sr., San Angelo So., Colorado City , Sr., Eastland Fr., Marfa Fr., Sweetwater Jr., Ira Fr., Fort Stockton r r . Jr., Big Spring . . . . So., Belton , . Fr., San Angelo 0 Studying: Necessory Porl of College Life Weldon, Deborah Weldon, Glen . . , Wellborn, Deborah Wells, Albert ..,. Wells, Greg ..,.. Wells, Larry .... Wells, Rachel Wessels, Ronnie , Westbrook, Anthony .... Westbrook, Julian wiv: V, Fr., Brownwood Fr., San Angelo . 4 . . Fr., Boerne . . . . Sr., San Angelo . . . . Fr., Mason . . . , , Fr., Monahans Sr., San Angelo Fr., San Angelo Fr., San Antonio Jr., San Antonio "r 'G' if is Q I1 5'-55 fwzwiy, dw t lf.,-fiiwr-.N 'N H lryrfeir- ' f.'N'qv 1 ' , l , . " a X . 'i, u .,-. , J . 5 x o 1 x-5 X Q X '- ' l ', 'v v ' ' ' 'fl .."-fwK '-ro' .l A ' s Art Jackson, a sophomore from Fort Worth, finds a quiet reading spot on a Sunday afternoon. axe, 1.24 ...I Z . ..... J 5 - '23 2fQ,I!.f 1 The reserve reading room at the library offers a quiet place for serious studying. Wester, Carolyn . Wheeler, Mike .. White, Cynthia . . White, James . . . White, James .. White, Jan A.. White, Larry .... White William ., Whitelxen, Stephen' I A V E Whitely, Pearl . i A .. Jr., Odessa , Jr., Monahans , ,... Fr., Post ..,.. Fr., Bangs So., San Angelo A . . Fr., Abilene Azusa, California Jr., Brownwood ,. . Sr., Midland .. Fr., Lamesa 2 Whitfield, Pete , Whitt, Horace T Wh itten, Bryan Wilborn, Richard Wilde, David , , , Wilde, Fred ..., Wilde, Melanie . Wilde, Thomas . William, Holman Williams, Gary . Williams Williams Williams, Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams, Williams Williams Harold Jack , Joe . Lewis Marie . Norman . . Ronald Thomas A .. Tony A , . Vickey Wiley Burrus takes a break from his Ros coe the Ram" act at the Tarleton game . Sr., San Angelo . Fr., Abilene .. . Fr., Houston . Fr., San Angelo So.,Wall . . So., Rowena Sr.,Wall . Fr., San Angelo . , . . Fr., Lamesa . Jr., Robert Lee . Fr., San Angelo . So., San Angelo Fr., Ira Fr., San Angelo . So., San Angelo . . Jr., San Angelo . Sr., San Angelo So., San Angelo T . . Fr., Sherman Fr., Post 'Roscoe' Boosls Spirit for Second Yecir ' l ?f 'f , 75 ' l , if ir, l ' l . X5-7 il 3 ,ill Mit . W., i-i'+5'iiii,: J , is Mn R ll fr X fr lx 1 gr. ' ', J is . VX V' 'Wir ,-A, 7" fl N . i li A it 3 5 49 4 Williamson, Kathy Willman, Judy Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Benny . Deborah Don Don Doneva . Jimmie . Sheila , Theresa Wilson, William Winn, Janet Withers, Mary . , Wittenburg, Paula Wittie, Shirley Woellert, Terry . Wolfenbarger, Cra Womack, Joan Womack, John . Womack, Laura . ig "Roscoe the Ram" is present at all Ram Rallies and games. Beginning his second year as a Ram booster, Roscoe sports a new outfit. Fr., San Angelo . . Jr., Brady , . So., Vernon Sr., San Angelo , Fr., Llano So., Abilene So., Abilene . Jr., Ira Fr., New Braunfels . Fr., Kermit Sr., Blackwell Fr., Big Lake ,... Jr., Irving Fr., Lometa Sr., Kermit , Jr., Snyder So., San Antonio Sr., San Angelo Fr., Corpus Christi Sr., Del Rio Wong, Wong, Wood, Wood, Wood, Chi Ho . Hoi Chee Dannie . Jane .. Randall . .. Wood, Thomas Woods, Mark ,. Worner, Patty . Wren, Elizabeth Wren, James . . Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright, Jack . , So., Hong Kong So., Hong Kong Fr., San Angelo Fr., Kerrville Fr., Dallas Fr., Roswell So., Brownwood Fr., San Angelo Sr., Lampasas Fr., San Angelo .. So. Lubbock Marcia . . Fr., Elk City, Oklahoma Roberta .,...,.. Sr., San Angelo Sandra ..,.,.,... Fr., Amarillo Wuertenburg, Ernie .... Fr., San Angelo Q 19' , frm' f ll'm5:+ , l --4' . ' , ,T Simi V t 14 ii Bl alla Il was ma ! .ll u ' 5': P . 'isis , Students relax on the steps of the Food Service Center on a warm Saturday afternoon. 'Suitcase College' Image Fades As More Weekend Activities Are Offered 4 , .. .1 ,PM X v , 1, .' Wunderl, John . . . . , . Fr., San Angelo 1' 4 4- J' 122' I -4 ' 'U '-if Wyatt, Bobby Jr., San Angelo Wyatt, David .,., . , . Fr., San Angelo " ' ' Wyrick, Jacky .. So., San Angelo tw - 1 I .4 Vxyi , f . Yancey, Guy . , , I . , So., San Angelo X I I It ff R I A If 5 Yates, Randy So., Eldorado 1 It I' , ' Yates, Richard .. .,.. Fr., Abilene ,- " I rj 3 gg Q' Yoakum, Anita ..... . , Fr., San Angelo i.-' I , f f York, Bill ..... Sr., Roswell, New Mexico , I ,tw , York, Gary .... Jr Roswell, New Mexico I K I :Q X - - , X Iffflfifm A I Q Egg Young, Rudy .. .... Sr., Sumter, tw I South Carolina 5 Young, Shirley . Fr., San Angelo ' , Young, Susan . . . .... . . Sr., Moran Y Youngblood, Vicki .. So., San Angelo ' X5 Younggren, Terry , . So., Fort Stockton Wg J ,. Zanowiak Dean , A 'Tw ., Zawilski, Robert . . 4' --, 1 H J 1 11+ I ,W Zuniga, Willie , , . . . . , Sr., Mineral Wells . . . . Sr., San Angelo Indianapolis, Indiana Zinser, Chris .. So., Zinser, Joe .t.. Jr., Indianapolis, Indiana Ziriax, Kathy ...t,........ So., Mason .. . So., Bronte 28 286 Spring Semester Cpens with Snowfoll Spring semester began with a rare happening this year. Four inches of snow fell on San An- gelo in early February. This was the tirst measurable snowfall here in two years. Judging from the snowmen and student snow ball fights on campus, it came as a delightful surprise. However, it was no surprise when the next day the mercury rose into the sixties and melted the unusual white stuff. Changeable San Angelo weather can be a real nuisance Cupperj. Students enjoy the snow before it even covers the ground flowery. , ,.5,,,c:g,,,:iQ-vi . I -' f ,. " ,Maxine----s L - ,i ,-5 ..3 ,. S . fs? 1 N.. r -7,4 W...- 45--.S A ill... . X N. . - , . .. ..-..-M ...fd-L ..,,,,,t.k -, ....+.vsn.-1-f-.,.,,m..,6,, N, M. , , -V. . 'JON-Q ..s.,f.,.ag-.. ' - ' " v ',. .27 .f,'5' :7 ' ' ' ffflfkij "Q" gf. ' - . . , , ., . 1, p 1 S -, . ,3 gs , was ""'3'- - is ,tn .15 5-xl l .v.lh , .. fy ' I ' I , ' Y . , 1 - -ffggef-.r V ff--IW, -f ,jk . -ears. ' .,.,,,s. -ms' 'f -:. - 9' t 1, ,113 . . ' ., 2 1 , . r' - , V s ' - " if as .- . , A . 1' 'F I Wifi ' Jim l - . ' ,' . " i , . Q -. .. 1 .1! .:: I' , Y . " n x mu . 4 X' '-1"'f-If .....Z1 . 'f X fx "" ,E 'Z'f1lf - . .f Nw' K ffl. ' . 'Q'-P1 1 1 r X. JJ' f Pr we nel . .ga . 1 4 .-Ab m X , if ,,,, ......... - Q .. .. N LK . . 'fs' , . ---K N. - ' I 33" ,A L, -5' . ... f .QA YZSFJL -'fr 'Q-,Q - 5 ge . 5 is 4534 f' - . .NLL-1. Q, "M 'T' - -2, f'n 'y X ' ' 4'lf ?.4f'l-1 ' J V JN. ' .,-fg, . . ', -A . V- Ally- 'fa- " - 5-ei ' .af "' ' ' ' ,e' .-i ,, 8-42, ,tv f-Q rf-. , . 4. - ..- 3, - , .'ifj4.1 l :-14:1 I , ,nf i - , u" ' f' - "if QV' .r I fx. 'S V V' ,' ' N f 1:3 --:gn o f W -'F W- -- fi , . V" . - V 3 ,uf U, ,ff ,ly 1 Y V ,-Nr, ' 5. . L- f -'K .. - 's:."f,', 5,03 " ' if' .I-Lfjli QU.-L ' . X 'YJS' - f.-.f r e- .Tiles-.,:'-Qixik -we f Y . Q , 1-Q-2,5 . f... 1,-. ...X QQQ :Ss , N -'3aL,.j. -. :,,.F., .4 - ,A P frs ,1f,.1fgL'fe.1: V ' r of f . r ev: :-I vu r Unusual February snow lends beauty to the campus Cuppery. Students manage one last snowball fight before the sun melts it all flower, lefty. Dorm lights glisten on the freshly fallen snow flower, righty. L S i E i Y:-,hay i .g .... 4 MN -. 'av ll' 5 1 my a A nl In . A x,, X J ,f ,gg -. 1- ' Y - 'It 0 , A . .' .!. X ,Af c 1.. 1 'Q i R X A x 1, I ,VN s N XX x y X J? V k R f .. I. .N I xx! xx . xvda' qgqguqr wr -e:'--.:- -f -u .ssl f is v .iii Spring Fling Week was sponsored by the Program Council and held during the last week of April. Activities such as bingo, bicycle races for both men and women, pie-eating contests, horror shows and an all-day picnic at the lake were provided free of charge for ASU stu- dents. Prizes for bingo, the bicycle races and the pie- eating contest were donated by local businesses. Bernard Kalb speaks at ASU Copposite page, lefty. The President's Award is presented to James Collett fopposite page, upperj. Other ASU students are honored for scholastic achievements Copposite page, lowerj. Leslie Huling and Jimmy Shatto work together to win first place in the plea eating contest fupperj. Students enjoy bingo during Spring Fling Week flowery. After elghts laps around the U.C. park- ing lot, bicycle races are ready for a long rest frightj. 2 Al ll Winn at "v if K 1 1' I 1. W '1' W' I l -5 -9' I' W A sfvf'--.f I- F-5' l'5"ll-W-9 f J"-f - .rf-. ...f J:-'.,. ..-: '-D ug.- gil 2 t' 5-', 0 I'-rx- . ,N -3--nm... f- ...H ' 5 'Z ' i . li ' 2 A---1-f--': :,. If 271, .70-' .f il, . -3-'ffsL'L" Judith Ebeling, Rodeo Queen, rides in the grand entry at the rodeo Qupperj. Calf-roping is one of the rodeo fans' favorite events Cleftj. After a rider has fallen from a bull, the clowns attract the bull's attention while the cowboy gets out of the arena qrighty. ASU Sponsors First' NIRA Rodeo ASU Rodeo Association sponsored the first Na- tional lntercollegiate Rodeo Association rodeo in April at the Tom Green County fairgrounds. The rodeo was held in memory of Gary Boyd and Rusty Dodson, two ASU cowboys who died in 1971. Nineteen colleges and universities from Okla- homa, New lVlexico, and Texas participated in nine performances. These were bareback riding, rib- bon roping, steer wrestling, calf roping, saddle bronc riding, breakaway roping, barrel racing, goat tying, and bull riding. Judith Ebeling, an ASU sophomore, reigned as the 1972 Rodeo Queen. Her court included Leslie McCoy, Cindy Phenix, and Randy Yates. Harry Vold of Fowler, Colorado provided stock for the rodeo, while Tom Hadley of Kerrville was this year's announcer. Walt Garrison was a special guest at the event while Scott Stuzman of Ulysses, Kansas and Danny Fletcher of El Paso were the rodeo clowns. After the successful NIRA rodeo, ASU Rodeo Association members expressed as their goal a desire to become the largest Intercollegiate Rodeo. Saddle bronc riding is done with a plain halter, one rein and sad- dle Cupperj. Participants in the Grand Entry compete for the award presented to the outstanding organization flefty. Degrees Conferred to 344 Graduates Three hundred forty-four graduates received degrees at the sixth annual commence- ment exercises on Nlay 12. As families and friends of the graduates filled the seats in the academic mall, rain fell on San Angelo. Fortunately, the shower lasted only a few minutes and did not hamper the graduation. Dr. Bevington Reed, Com- missioner of the Coordinating Board of the Texas College and University System addressed the graduates. 292 Dr. Reed addresses the graduates and guests Cupperj. There are mixed emotions as graduates listen to the school song fleftj. After graduation exercises, seniors line up to return their caps and gowns flowery. -'Mist ,+.q5.m' nit 511 President Vincent confers degrees after the address by Dr. Reed Cup- perj. Rain does not dampen the spirits of proud parents and guests Ccenterj. ASU choir joins in the National Anthem flowery. r F f l 1. si A.: N--52:-fi-A . , . r:v:.1r2:41,, " f' - - V, '11, H , - '59,,-1- f fE 11 - ,- 4 -.f"'f?fl?'T?x.'. ,i . , g,:,.,- ,- ,: ggf?"339a5f'ZfaQ.iil ' , ' ' ' , 3, ,,.:?,'f' ,gig tiff," ' J, - ft. ,-5'5'4f,' 1 ' -'iii 3, v".f,"a,sI-1178 53-3 A-Tfxftf' I , ' 1 2 i 1 E 1" 'g,,'-1? ,:-jf H ,- - A- I 5, '..,'i2'2'x"-vain 5.5: ,.f.,45i5,f,,.i MQ- ,z i H his? I. ,MJ . ,g,5,,,n,Q3,,x, ., ,,, ,,,,., l ' -' 1 -4, ig:-fqalHr?Qi'Zi'g:f..4s,f '-1- in--11-ff i ' 2 fa-11"-aft' " 1' 41-5ffw2'1e'u+' Abbott, Lonnie Joe 216 Ables, Janice Gwen 216 Ames, Jimmy William 217 Amezcua, Arturo 217 Amos, Bonnie Beth 104 Anderson, Anderson Anderson Henry Dee 217 John Kimberley 217 Mark Fors 217 Baker, Sharron Marie 113, 131,130 Baker, Weldon Dane 218 Baldillez, Amparo J. 218,98 Bales, Kenneth Wayne 218 Ball, Ernest Eric 218 Balliew, Cindy Lynn 218 Balzen, Corliss Elaine 218 Banister, Vernon Morrow 218 Bannister, Nona Katherine 218 Barbee, Randy Nelson 41,106, 218,88 Barber, Ebba Vonciel 218 Barber, Jamie Theronne 47, 218 Barber, Paula Jane 218 Baremore, Garland David 218 Barfield, Joy Denise 218 Barker, Michael Jerry 100,218 Barlow, Nancy Kay 68,218 Barnard, David Russell 218 Barnard, Jerry F. 110 Barr, James Rick 219 Barr, James Taylor 219 Barraza, Jimmy Ray 218 Barron, Carlene E. Coleman 219 Barron, Donald Wayne 219 Barron, Nancy Ann 219 Barry, Claudia Jo Barry, Mary Michele 219,243 Barta, Carolyn Faye 219 Bartels, Judy Marie 219 Bartin, Robert Edmond 219 Basquez, Joe 219 Bates, Linda Gail 219 Baxter, Samuel Clay 219 Beach, Judy Marie 219 Beaird, Catherine Fern 219 Bearfield, Bobby Errol 219 Bearfield, Susan A. Heller 219 Beaty, Ginger Lynn 219 Beaty, Linda Jean 219 Beauchamp, Kathy Jo 219 Beckett, Carol Ann 219 Beckett, William Michael 220 Beckham, Gayle Elizabeth 220 Beekman, Danny George 220 Beeman, Virginia Lee 47 Beesley, Andre Gardner 220 Beeson, Lady Mary 220,132 Behrens, Laura Lee Pool 220, 94,165 Acevedo, Oscar 71,114 Acosta, Jose Israel 216 Adams, Sharon Kay 216 Adkins, Jo Louise 216 Adkins, Johnny Densmore 216 Agnew, John Burr Jr. 216 Aguero, Roberto 96 Aguilar, Carlos 81 Brown Aguirre, Ernest 216 Aguirre, Jose 216 Aguirre, Ronnie C. 216 Akin, Galen B. 100,216 Alaniz, Andrew Villarial 216 Alcala, Lois V. Holigun 108 Aldredge, Cheryl Ruth 216 Anderson May Louise 104, 217 Anderson, Tonya M. Wright 217 Anthony, Paula Kay 217 Archer, Susan Patricia 217 Armendariz, John Martin 217 Armistead, Kerry Keith 217 Atchison, James Harvey 217 Austin, Jerry Phillip 125,128, 217 Avants, Jackye Lynn 217 Averitt, Frankie Don 217 Ayala, Carlos David 217,96 Aycock, David Richard 100, Behrens, Stephen Gary 220 Bell, Alton Douglas 220 Bell, Rance Carleton 220 Bell, Randel Grant 220 Belman, Victor 96 Bennett, Billy Don 220 Benningfield, Ronald Glenn 220 Blanton, Tanya Lynn 222 Block, Carol Ann 221 Block, Jean Ann 31,32,101, 222,103,162,159,37 Block, Michael Joseph 100, 221 Bloodworth, Bert Rice 158 Bode, Donna Jean Fife 222 Boedeker, David Ralph 110, 222 Boever, Nona Lee 222 Bolf, Sharon Elaine 222 Bolon, Cathy Linn 222,44,89 Bomar, Cathy Ann 222 Bonner, William Alfred Jr. 222 Book, Glen Richard 222 Boone, Frances Sharilyn 222 Boothe, Robert Quincy 222 Borchers, Lawrence James 76 Boring, Russell Lee 222 Boswell, Bonnie Ann 38,86 Boundy, Brenda J. Young 222 Bourg, David James 222 Bowden, James David 110, 222 Bowen, Martha Jane 222 Box, Mary Kathleen 223 Boxley, Lesley Leroy 223 Boyce, Karen Denise 223 Boyd, Richard Porter 223 Bradley, Karla Gail 108 Bradshaw, Alton Stephen 223, 65 Bramblett, Linda Jane 223 Brame, Carl Edward 223 Brancel, Dale Howard 223 Brandon,Melinda Sue 223 Branham, Laura Jane 223 Brask, Betty W. 223 Bratton, Bonnie Florine 223 Bray, Thomas Roy 223 Brenek, Lynn 223 Bretting, Dennis James 223 Brewer, Rhonda Kay 223 Brice, Anna Margaret 223 Bright, Garry Michael 223 Briley, Paula Diane 223 Brisco, Worthey Otto Jr. 223 Brite, Denise Rene 223 Brnovak, Gaylon Joe 223 Broadrick, Ronald Wayne 151 Brodbeck, Dwight Allen 223 Broome, Melinda Kaye 116 Broome, Michael Wesley 164 Broome, Sonja Joann West 223 Brotherton, Richard Mills 223 Brown, Barbara 224 Brown, Barbara Ann 224 Brown, Billie Marie Selby 224 Brown, Debbie Kay 224 Benson, Larry Martin 220 Benson, Mildred Jo 220 Bentley, Jerry Lynn 100 Benton, Richard James 220 Berrones, Luis Ernesto 221 Berry, Lawrence Paul 221 Berryhill, Waymonn Lee 106, Brown, Brown, Jana Sue 113,224 Jennifer 224 Brown, Melissa Muriel 224 Brown, Michael Charles 224 Brown, Michael David 114,97 Brown, Paul Alan 224 Stephen Doyle 71,114 221 Alexander, Jimmy Douglas 41 106 Alexander, John Lawrence 216 Alexander, Myrtice Annette 216 Alexander, Patricia Gayle 216 Alexander Richard Thomas 217 Ayers, Jerry W. 217 Ayers, John Arthur 217 Ayers, Linda Kay Norwood 218 Aylor, Karen Kay 47,218 128,216 Alford, James Kimberley 216 Allbright, Jacquelyn Marie 105.217 Alldredge, Darrell Wayne 217 Allen, Daniel Wayne 217 Allen, David Eugene 217 Allen, Gary Floyd 217 Allen, Robert Clayton 41 Allen, William Ellis 217 Allgood, John Landon 217 Alred, Edward Clayton 110,97 Alsobrook, Bobby Joe Jr. 114, 217 Alvarado, Carlos 217 Alvarado, Lydia M. Vargas 217 Amelunke, Sharon Kay 217 Bachman, Bessie E. Shepard 218 Bachman, Dianne 218 Baer, Debra Ann 218 Bahlman, Danny Lynn 218 Bailes, Cindy Lee Curtis 218 Baird, Dennis Carroll 218 Baird, Vicki Lynn Thornton 105,218 Baker, Randall 218 Baker, Robert Allan 218 Baker, Samuel Wayne 218 Bickel, James Stanley 221 Bickerstaff, Lynda Sue 221 Bierschwale, Belinda Lou 105, 221 Biggs, David Eugene 56 Bigham, Gloria Rose 221 Billings, Travis Ray 94 Billingsley, Gary Brian 110,221 Billingsley, Kathie Janett 221 Bishop, Jimmy Dane 221 Black, Billy Don 221 Black, Glen Alan 221 Black, Judy 221 Black, Paulette 222 Blagg, James Raymond 222, 76 Blair, Doyle Roy 222 Blair, Judy Lois 222 Blair, Linda Sue 222 Blair, Ricky Mitchell 222 Blake, James Thomas Jr. 106, 222 Blanek, William Carl 222 Browning, Harvey Wayne 224 Brueggeman, Linda Faye 224 Bruk, David 224 Brumfield, Edwin W. Jr. 80, 81,36 Brunson, Harlin 224 Brusenhan, Billy Wayne 224 Bruton, Alpheus Cosby Jr. 106 Bruton, Mark Gale 224 Bryan, Brad Alton 224 Bryan, Madelyn Gayl 224 Bryan, Patti R. Stuart 224 Bryant, Cathy Elizabeth 224 Bryant, Deborah Jean 224 Bryant, Deborah Lee Dorris 224 Bryant, Dolly Mozelle Cook 224 Buchanan, Cynthia Sue 224 Buchanan, Joseph Wood 224 Buck, William Garnett 224,134 Buford, Lana Sue 224 Buford, Raymond Elden 224 Bunn, Wayne Lee 225 Clarke, John Francis 229 Buren, Thomas Van 224 Burk, Kathy Lou 225 Burke, Alice Ruth 225 Burke, Janice Ann 225 Burke, Sandra Ann 225 Burnett, Bobby Ray 226 Buggett, Sherry E. Moore 226, Burnett, Thomas R. 226 Burnham, William Jesse Jr. 226 Burns, Gary Eugene 106,226 Burns, John R. 226 Burns, Marvin Richard 42,43, 57,86 Burrus, Wiley Ross Jr. 71, 114,22O,226,282 Burson, Francene Beth 226 Burson, Tommy Don 106,226 Busbee, Rita Marie 226 Busch, Connie J. Corbell 41 Bush. Donnie Edward 226 Butler, Calanthia Yalanda 226 Buttery, Gary Lee 226 Butts, Peggy Marie 226 Byerly, Robert H. 226 Byrd, Loyd Von 110,226 Byrd, Stephen Edwin 112,226 Caldwell, Mary Claudine 226 Calhoun, Daniel Baker 226 Calk, Eldon Thomas Jr. 110, 226 Calliham, Suzette 85 Calvert, Steven L. 100,226,103 Campbell, Robert James Jr. 100 Campbell, Terry Lee 226 Cano, Rose Marie 226 Caraway, Steven Ray 226 Carley, Nancy Hart 226 Carlton, Cynthia Ann 226 Carnes, Harold Stephen 226 Carpenter, Martha Ann 226 Carrasco, Carol 98 Carrasco, Edward Gonzales 226 Carter, Brenda Kay 227 Carter, Cheryl Lynn 227 Carter, Craig Earl 227 Carter, Mary Kaye McKimmey 227 Casbeer, Carol Lee 116 Case, Rhonda Diane 227 Casey, Gary Lee 227 Casey, Larry G. 106,227 Casillas, Paula Bersosa 227,98 Cason, Rodney Steven 227 Cassle, James H. 227 Castellano, Sandra 227 Castillo, Edward M. 227 Castillo, Hortencia Lilia 227, 98 Castillo, Manuel S. 227 Castle, Kay M. Salisbury 227 Castle, Stephen Neil 100,227 Castleberry, Donna L. 77,227 Cave, David Wayne 227 Cave, Randall Lee 227 Cervantez, Rebecca Chipman 98 Chachere, Linda Diane 105, 227 Chalker, Glenn Allen 114,227 Chambers, Donald Dean 110 Chambers, Donna Denise 227 Chapman, Roy David 227 Chastain, Paula Jo Miller 227 Cheaney, Donald McKee 227 Chester, Ollie Wayne 227 Chick, Joetta Gail 227 Childress, Dwain Pinson 227 Childress, Susan L. Hall 227 Chisum, Michael Jess 228 Chgggy, Martha Henderson Choate, Victor W. 228 Christian, Barbara Askins 228 Christian, Richard Travis 228 Christian, Trudy Ladell 228 Christopher, Judy Ann 228 Chu Napoleon Yau Shing 228 Clark, Jerry Dwayne 228 Clark, Luda Carolyn 228 Clark, Sarah Martha 229 Clarke, Barbara 229 Clalrlgg, Charles Patrick 120, Cleek, Charles Marshall Jr. 229 Clemens, Mariana Catherine 108,113.229,87 Clemmer, Patricia Nan 229 Clendennen, James David 229 Cleveland, Terah Lynn 229 Cloudt, Ellen Lorraine 229 Cobb, Allan Eugene 229 Coggins, William Earl Jr. 229 Cogswell, Daniel Linn 71,114 Colby, Billy Walter Jr. 229 Cole, Andrew Lawrence 229,56 Coleman, Susan Hope 41,229, 42,43,86 Collett, James Lee 110,229, 289,94 Damian, Richard G. 231 Daniel, Richard 231 Daniels, Marsha Ann 231 Daniels, Samuel Russell 231 Daniels, Susan Linda 231 Darby, Brenda Denise 231,98 Daugherty, Charles Wade 231 Daugherty, Linda Kaye 231 Daugherty, Wesley Earl 231 Daugherty, F. Gail Coates 231 Davidson, Pamela Jan 108, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn Alvin Lee 234 Eddie Gottschalk 234 Gayls Ann 109,234 Dunn, Joy Lee 234 Durst, Durst, Douglas Glenn 234 Teddy Edward 234,86 Dusek, Bob William 234 Dusek, Calvin James 234 Dutton, John Ross 234 Dyess, Tommy 234 109,231 Davidson, Samuel Harley 231 Davis, Alana 231 Davis Delle Myra 31,161 Davis Donna Jean 231 Davis: , Garry Dayne 165 Davis, James Lawrence 106, 231 Davis, James Louis 231 Davis, Lincoln Leroy 231 Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Linda Joyce Law 87 Lynne Francine 231 Maggie B. 231 Toby Lynn 231 Day, Donna Sue 231 Day, Henry Livingston 231 Dean, Carl Travis 231 Dean, George W. 231 Dean, Herbert Danton 231 Collett, Michael Ray 229 Collins Darlene A. Smith 229 Collins, Donald Jackson 229 Collins, Joe Ralph 229 Collins, Juanita 229 Collins, Linda Ann 229 Comer Betty Jo 229 Compton, Susan Renay 229 Conner, Teresa Diane 229 Cook, Carilyn Ann 230 Cook, Carl Stanley 229 Cook, Cynthia Ann 230 Cook, Joy Charlene 230 Cook, Marilyn Von 230 Cooksey, Candace Sue 81,230 Cooney, Jan 230 Cooper, Ellen Candice 108, 230,97 Cope, Terry Lee 230 Copeland, Bobbie Jean 41,230 Corases, George William 230 Corbell, Charles Lee 106 Corbell, Kay Burlene 105,230 Corbin, Brenda Joyce 230 Corder, Timothy Scott 230 Cornelius, Allan Wayne 230 Coronado, Edward F. 230 Coronado, Sylvia O. 230 Cortez, J. D. 230 Coulter, Harold Michael 230 Cowart, Carol Ann 230 Cowden, Paul Benjamin 230 Cox, Danny Ray 230 Cox, Gary Wayne 230 Cox, Rue Ann Guill 230 Cox, Sandra Jo 230 Craig, Michael Floyd 230 Crawford, James Robet 230 Creel, Diane Eileen 230 Croad, Annette Stacy 230 Cross, Philip David 100,230, 103 Crouch, Robert Neil ll 230 Crow, Douglas A. 230 Cudd, Diane Katharine 105 Cuellar, Richard Dean 230 Cumbie, Kathy Elaine 231 Cumbie, Linda Dee 230 Cumbie, Susan Jane 230 Currie, Ella Susan 231 Currie, Karen Elizabeth 108, 231 Currington, Sharon Marie 231 Cushing, Joe David 231 Dabney, Nancy Jean 231 Dean, James Ambros 231,56 Deatherage, Jill 231 Deaton, Craig Walton 231 Deaton, Deborah Jo 231 Debenport, James Fuller 100, 232 Decker, Phillip Jeffrey 232 Decuir, Sharon Hortense 232 Deering, Lowery C. 232 Delz, Wesley Paul 232 Demarinis, Sandra Anne Lee 232 Dement, William Leon 232 Demere, Jon Robin 232 Dendle, Debbie Jean 232 Denton, Chris Edward 106, 232 Deremo, Karen Elizabeth 78, 79,232 Devoll, Ronald Len 232 Dickson, Gary Lyn 232 Dickson, Ricky Pat 232 Dicus, Loretta M. Gross 232 Dieringer, Linda Buxkemper 232 Dierschke, Glenn Emmanuel 232 Dierschke, Sharon Kay 232 Dietel, Rosemarie 232 Dittmar, Delores Ann 232 Ditto, Dianna M. 233 Dixon, Charles Melvin 233 Dixon, Curtis Waymond 233 Dixon, Lois Ann Smith 233 Dodds, Donald Rex 232 Dodds, Martha Ann Moseley 233 Dominguez, Sylvia Ann 109, 233 Donahoe, Ronald V. 233 Donnelly, Stephen Corgan 233 Dorotik, Minnie R. West 233 Dorrance, Craig Ronald 233 Doty, Vicki Amanda 233 Doyal, Terry Neal 233 Doyle, Kenneth Wayne 230 Dragos, Patti Eilene 105,233 Drake, Debra Jane 233,86 Dressler, Barbara Jane 109, 233 Drews, Evelyn Lois 233 Drude, Karen Ann 233 Drueckhammer, Donna Mae 233 Debose, Wanda Faye 234 Ducote, Robert Wayne 234 Duff, James Paul 234 Dugan, Linda Jolene 234 Duke, Michael Ray 234 Dunaway, Rebecca Renee 234 Duncan, Darrell Eugene 234 Dunlap, Mark Randall 234 Eades, Herbert Glenn 234 Eades, James Warren 234 Eakins, James Garland 234 Earhart, Darrell 234 Earle, Nita Louise 234 Early, Timothy 234 Ebeling, Judith Dee 234,290 167 Eckhardt, Robert 110, 234, 257,97 Eckols, Eugene Michael 234 Eckols, Joseph Slayton 43 Edling, Dwayne 234 Edwards, Forrest Walton 234 Edwards, Randall Gene 234 Edwards, Stanley Leland 234 Edwards, Steven Hemphill 234 Eggemeyer, Sheryl Ann 234 Eisenbach, Sharon Lynette 234 Eisenbach, Vicki Ruth 234 Elgueseba, Irene 234 Elkins, Glenda Gay 235 Elliott, Morris Walter 235 Ellis, Kathy Diane 235 Ellison, Edna Darlene 235 Ellsworth, Perry Kent 110.235, 243 Elrod, Diana Louise 116,235 Ely, Randon Bond 235 Emmons, Gary Marshall 235 Emsoff, Bill Lynn 235 Endicott, Bobbie Jean 235 Engelman, Katherine Layne 235 Englebrecht, Deborah Paige 235 Englert, Ralph Alfred 235 Enslin, Scott W. 38,41,106,45 Ensminger, David Wayne 235 Ensor, Delma Qualls 236 Epperson, Arthur W. Jr. 55, 236 Ertresvaag, Chris Eric 236 Escobedo, Samuel Cedillo 236, 96 , Espinosa, llda 236,98 Estes, Alisa Kay 109,236 Estes, Lynn 105 Etgen, Martha Cogdell 236 Ethridge, Thomas Burton 236 Eubanks, Joy Lee 236 Eubanks, Pamela Ann 236 Eustis, Eustis Oma Maureen 236 Stevan Donald 110,236 Evans, Evelyn lrene 236 Evans, Janet Lee 236 Evans, Janis Rene 236 Evans, Rickey Don 236 Evans Sue Ann 236 Everett, Alton Floyd 236 Evridge, Mary Margaret 29, 236 Failing, Kathleen Ann 109 Fannon, M. Carolyn Pearce 236 Fant, Charles E. 237 Faris, Robert Whitney 237 Farrar, Susan 237 I- 296 Faught, Larry Reed 237 Fecher, Patricia Lee 237 Feller, Nancy Lee 237 Fenex, Trenton Lane 237 Ferguson, Carey Marie 237 Feiinglndez, Ana Maria 31,237, Fernandez, Hilda 237 Fielder, Fred Wayne 237 Fields, Renee 237 Fields, Vance Winfrey 110,10, 237,257 Fincher, Leona Merle 237 Finley, Lewis Wayne 237 Finley, Thomas Don 147 Fisbeck, Suzanne 105,237 Flanagan, Karen M. 78,79,237 Flanagin, Thomas David 237 Fleenor, Patricia Marie 237 Flores, Dan Deleon 237 Flores, Joseph F. 237,96 Flores, Linda S. 237 Flores, Louis Banda 237 Flores, Mario Armando 237 Flores, Olga Melendez 237,98 Flowers, Rabe 237 Flowers, Ray 237 Floyd, Charles Michael 237 Flynt, Herrell Byron 110 Foelker, George A. Jr. 237 Fogerty, Irene Catherine 237 Fonville, Ann Renee 237 Fore, Cynthia Jean 237 Foster, David Edwin 237 Foster, Donna Lynn 237 Foster, Thomas Arnold 237 Fowler, John Victor 238 Fowler, Vicki 238 Fowler, Vicki Rae 238 Fox, Pamela Kaye 238 Franke, Wayne Thomas 110, 131,37,36,130 Franklin, Charles Ray 122,126, 127,238 Franklin, Jerry Dee 238 Franklin, Jim Robert 238 Franklin, Wilson Dale 238 Freeman, Bobbie Jo 238 Freeman, Garlon Dale 238,166 French, Marion Glyn 238 Frerich, Louise Ann 238 Fritz, Genevieve Charlotte 238, 85 Fry, Cynthia 77, 238 Fry, Richard Lewis 238 Frysak, Sharon Gail 238,182 Fuessel, Ricky Lynn 238 Fulgham, Nancy Cunningham 238 Funk, Michael Eugene 238 Furgeson, John Francis Jr. 238 Galindo, Adelita 238,164 Galindo, Delma Letticia 238 Galindo, Manuel R. 238 Gallegos, Edward Gonzales 238 Gamez, Trini 238 Gagga, Adelle Alvarado 238, Garcia, Albert Carrillo 238 Garcia, Alvin C. 238 Garcia, Argelia Galindo 239,98 Garcia, George A. 100,239 Gaggig, Maria Antoinette 109, Garcia, Martin Berlangas 239, 96 Garcia, Pete Ronald 96 Gardner, Robert Walter 239 Garner, Jerry Don 114,239 Garrett, John Thomas 106 Garrison, Molly S. Wofford 239 Garza, Aida 239 Garza, Marion Albert 239 Gassiot, Vicki Ruth 113,239 Gates, Edward Lee 239 Gaynor, Kenneth Paul 239 Gehring, Bennie Jean 239 Gerloff, Cathy F. McGinnis 239 Gerrells, Marsha Jo 239 Gibbs, Barbara Jean 239 Gifford, Johnnie Harold ll 239 Gilbert, Donald Keith 110 Gill, Michael 239 Gill, H. Ernest Jr. 239 Gill, Ralph Morgan 41,71,114, 239,42 Gill, Randy Arnold 239 Gladden, Cecil Patrick 110,97 Glaeser, George Henry 239 Glass, Mary Helen 239 Glasscock, William Andrew 239 Glasson, Larry Doyle 239 Glenn, Janis 239 Goedrich, Diana Faye 239 Gomez, Louis 239 Gonzales, Martha Martinez 239 Gonzalez, Sammy F. 96 Goodrum, Johnny Lee 239 Goodson, Gill Scott 240 Gordon, Kelly Gene 240 Gordon, Pamela Elaine 240 Gore, Paula Dell 240 Gotcher, Gay Laine 240 Govar, Evangeline 240 Grafa, Steven Nance 240 Granberg, Paul Anderson 240 Graves, Deborah Ann 104,240 Gravitt, John Lee 110,240 Gray, Larry Dean 240 Green, Bouneva Jo Holland 240 Green, Ladonna Gaye 240 Green, Sharon Lynnette 240 Greenlee, Linda Gayle 240 Greer, Elias Theodore 240 Gregg, Kyle Stanley 240 Gregston, Alan Grady 240 Griffin, Harry John 122,128, 240,146 Grigson, Wayman Dale 240 Grimshaw, lris J. Riddell 241 Grissom, Phyllis Kay 241 Grizzle, Barbara Jean 241 Groff, Ernest Fred 241 Grubb, Teresa Kay 241 Grubbs, Kathryn Lou 241 Gruetzmacher, Carolyn C. 241 Guerrero, Julio Galan 241 Guess, Susan Gail 241 Gully, Jerome Frank 241 Gumm, Ricky Don 241 Gurley, Johnny O. 106 Guthrie, Jessie M. Jr. 241 Gutierrez, Arnoldo M. 241 Gutierrez, Delia Uranga 241 Gutierrez, Robert Uranga 241, 57 Gwyn, Richard Armor 241,166 Ha, Chi Ping 75,241 Hagar, Martha Sue 241 Hagelstein, Gregg Barsch 241 Hailey, Becky Lynn 241 Hale, Marcus Edward 100,241 Hale, Michael Vaughan 241 Haley, Charles Leslie 241 Halfmann, Arnold Ralph 241 Halfmann, Judy Ann 105,241 Halfmann, Lois Ann 241,92 Halfmann, Pamela Jane 241 Hall, Deborah Kathleen 241 Hall, Deryl Ann Dunagan 241 Hall, Randy Hershall 241 Hall, Teresa Ann 109,241 Hallmark, David Ann 241 Hamby, Ruth Ann Scruggs 241 Hamilton, Jackie Wayne 242 Hamilton, James 242 Hamilton, Michael Newton 242 Hammit, Rhonda Jane 242 Hammons, Katherine R. King 242 Hammons, Walter L. 242 Haney, Sandra Kay Phillips 242 Hann, Terry Michael 242 Hansen, Richard Dean 242 Hanson, Sandra Kay 242 Harbour, Dorothy Kay 243 Hardberger, George Robert 243 Hardegree, Cynthia Ann 243 Hardin, Deborah Ann 243 Hargrove, Leonard 47 Harlow, David Randall 243 Harlow, Grady Michael 243,86 Harmon, Judy Gayle 243 Harper, Morris Aubrey 243 Harrell, John Michael 243 Harris, Anderson Campbell 243 Harris, Clifford Bill 243 Harris, Deborah Lee 243 Harris, Marylou 243 Harris, Regina Laura 243 Harris, Harris Sharon Lavon 243 Taylor Murphy 243 Harrison, Arthurlyn Carol 243 Harrison, Charles Eugene 100, 243 Harrison, David Earl 100,243, 148,149,165 Harrison, Gloria Jane Ray 243 Harrison, Jan 243 Harrison, Mark A. 243 Harrison, Sarah Emily Otto 243 Hartin, Danny Ray 127,129, 243 Hartman, Condry 150 Harzke, Paul Woodrow Jr. 243 Hasse, Judy Lee 244 Haun, Janeen Clements 244, 88,164 Havlak, Sandra Kay 244 Hawkins, Margaret Ann 244 Hawkins, Roslyn Louise 244 Hawthorne, Barbara Ann 244 Haynes, Stephen Teil 244 Head, Kathering Michiel 244 Head, Sharron A. Jackson 244 Hearn, Betty Lois 244 Helmers, Deborah Jane 244 Hempel, James Dudley 244 Henderson, Brenda Kaye 108, 244 Henderson, Perry Neil 244 Henry, Mary Jane 244 Hensley, Peggy Diane 244 Hensley, Sam Lennon 244 Henson, Clinton Earl 166 Hernandez, George Henry 244 Hernandez, Joe 244,103 Hernandez, Santa 244 Herndon, Clarence W. 244 Herridge, Carolyn Ann 244 Herridge, John Robert Jr. 244 Heskett, Eddie Ray 244 Hess, Kathlyn 244 Hess, Margaret Rose 244 Hester, Joy Z. Williams 244 Heumier, Gary Clark 244 Heumier, Timothy Alan 244 Hibbs, Helen Margaret 244 Hickey, Phyllis Anne 244 Hicks, Cindy Sue 244 Hicks, Larry Glenn 244 Hicks, Robert Dean 244 Hicks, Russell Dale 244 Hiebert, Tommy Mac 245 Higgins, Barbara Jean 105, 245 Higgins, John Scott 245 Hill, Don Ervin 245 Hill, Gary Randall 245 Hill, Linda Gay 245 Hill, Mark Lamont 245 Hillan, Elizabeth Sue 245 Hinds, Jacky Don 245 Hines, Debbie Ann 245 Hirt, Steven Dale 245 Hodapp, Karla Gayle 245 Hodges, Tom Lyndle 47,245 Hodges, Tommy Lee 245 Hodnett, J. C. Jr. 245 Hoelscher, Cynthia Gail 245 Hoelscher, Karen Anne 245 Hoelscher, Phyllis Yvonne 245 Hoerres, Patti Lorraine 245 Hoerster, Christin Claire 245 Hofmann, Rex William 148 Hogg, Marva Lee 245 Hohensee, Jerry Glyn 245 Hohensee, Ronald James 245 Holden, Michael S. 245 Holder, Thomas Wood 245 Holik, Frank Joseph Ill 245 Holik, Fraron Emil 245 Holik, Walter Emil Jr. 245 Holland, Sarah Nell 245 Holleman, Tylithia Nanette 245 Hollingsworth, Kenneth W. 245 Holmes, Debra Kay 245 Holtman, Carol J. Weishuhn 245,166 Holtmann, Lounette Lee 245 Hood, Cynthia June 81,229, 245 Hood, James Keith 246 Hooker, Michael Ray 246 Hoover, Bobby Lowell Jr. 246 Hoover, Jay Don 246 Hope, Donna Kay 246 Hoppe, Toye Grace 109,246 Hopper, Donna Kay Kincaid 246 Horak, Marilyn Joe 246 Horn, Larry Daniel 246 Horne, Paul Varric 246 Horton, Jane Nash 95 Horton, Steve Garry 247 Hoskins, Michael Preston 247 Houck, Sharon Lynn 113,86, 164 Houpt, Jimmy Charles 247 Howard, Jack Wayne 247 Howard, Paul Davis 247 Howard, Randy Lon 247 Howard, Robin Sharlee 247 Howell, Brent L. 247 Hruska, John Menke 247 Hubbell, Carl Edward 247 Huble, Renette Dalene 247 Huchton, Donald Frank 247 Huchton, Joseph M. 247 Hudson, Dow Thomas 247 Hudson, Gwendolyn G. Priest 247 Huerta, Felix Diaz 148 Huff, Kathryn Lynn 23,81,108, 247 Huff, Margaret Jean 247 Huffaker, Rodney D. 247 Huffman, Judy Susan 68, 247 Huffman, Mary Sue 247 Hughes, Marion 41,247 Huling, Leslie Leigh 81,247, 289 Hullharvey, Howard 247 Hunt, Don Carl 71,114,247 Hunt, Lou Nelda Gibson 247 Hunter, Omar Eugene 247 Hunter, Thomas Remegius 247 Hurst, Joseph Lynn 247 Hurt, Richard Dwain 247 Hutchinson, Martha Ann 247 Hutchinson, Thompson G. 71, 114 Hyden, Ronald Edwin 107,248 Kiesling, Lynn Duane 249 Ingham, Dorothy Marie 108, 248,97 Irby, Billy Gene 114 Irvin, Marquita Wyvonne 248 Isbell, Mary Jeannine 68,248 lvey, Roy Gene 80,81,248 Ivy, Candace Mae 248 Johnson, Joan Verna 248 Johnson, Lauren Jo Smith 248 Johnson, Mickey Charles 248 Johnson, Rufus Lamar 55 Johnson, William Edwards 248 Johnson, Jacquelene Gayle Kelly, Sheila Ann 243 Kennedy, Mary Ella Rodgers 249 ' Kenney, Janice Sue 249,95 Kessler, Harriet Ann 249 Keyse r, Colleen Ann 249 Kidwell, Michael Kurt 107,249 Kiefer, Linda Janelle 249 248 Joiner, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Danna F. Haney 248 Amanda Moore 248 David Scott 249 John Corwin 249 Larry Dee 111,243,249 Louise 249 Mickey Kay 249 Rita Gail 105,249 Vicky Ann 249 Kiesling, Shirley Joan 249 Kilgore, Michael Don 100,249 Kinard, Terry Mac 121,125, 127,126,129,250 Kincaid, Janis Lee 250 Kincaid, Lanice Jetta 250,43 Jackson, Arthur Charles 248, 280 Jackson, Janet Lea 248 Jackson, Jean L. Petrilla 248 Jackson, John Richard 248 Jackson, Robert Alan 248 Jacglgon, Susan Howard 248, Jacoby, Billy Ray 100,248 Jacques, Henry Jr. 248 Jansa, Ruth Marie 248,55 Jarrell, Gloria Jane 248 Jenkins, Billy Jack 111,229 Jenkins, Katherine Alice 248 Jernigan, Carroll Gaylon 248, 155 Jernigan, Thomas Calvin 248 Jeschke, Wilburn Charles 248 Johanson, Peter Albert 106 John, Angelique Marie 248 Jol1r5s5JoAnna Lynn 113,248, Johnson, Christy Lynne 248 Johnson, Dana Kay 248 Johnson, David Scott 57 Johnson, Debbie Elaine 116, 248,92 Johnson, Donald Ray 248 Justiss, Carolyn J. 249 Kahlig, Joyce Annette 249 Kane, Prestidge Lee 100 Kantro, Frank Leon 249 Kapavik, Alma Jo 249 Karmany, William H. Jr. 249 Karnes, Suzanne Stewart 249 Kasper, Rita Larue 249 Kauffman, Linda Carol 76 Keel, Joe David 125, 249 Keeling, Alan Jerald 249 Keeling William Forest 249 Keene, David 107 Keener, James Ray 249 Keesee, Dana Richard 142, 138 Keesling, Sylvia Diane 249 Keller, Kenneth Karl 249 Kelley, Gayle Childers 80,81, 249 Kelley, Larry Wayne 107,249 King, Barbara J. Herron 66 King, Brenda Gayle 250 King, Debra Gayle 250 King, Donna Gail 250 King, King, King, King, King, Jerry Don 250 Pat Cowden 250 Paul Ray 250 Susan Kay 250 Thomas Wayne 114 Kingsfield, Linda Kae 250,76 Kinse Martha Ann 250 Laroux, Belva Jo Shipp 252 Laroux, William Josiah 252 Lassetter, David Leslie 252 Lassetter, Ellen D. Turnbow 252 Lau, Siu Cheng 252 Laurence, Carolyn E. 252 Laurence, Charles Edwin 252 Laurence, Sherry Lynn L. 252 Lavender, Mary Anne 252 Leal, Maria Regina 252 Ledesma, Roberto 252 Lee, Garvin Rudolph 111, 252 Lee, Sandra Dell, 252 Leggett, John Joseph 252 Leggett, Manzy Fred 252 Lehr, Margaret Ellen 252 Lehr, Richard Paul 252 Leifeste, Joan Marie 252 Lennefelt, James Craig 252 Lester, Helen Ann 253 Lester, Nancy C. Clark 252 Letz, Regina Faye 252 Letz, Reva Gail 252 Lewallen, Gary Wayne 252 Lewallen, Robert Linden 252 w 4-ushg..' Y, Kirby, Martha Louise 250 Kirkpatrick, Charles A. 106 250,86 Kirksey, Gary Dwain 123 Kirksey, Marsha J. McCurry 250 Klattenhoff, Lesle Susan 251 Kleppner, Ronnie Scott 107, 251 Klaypas, Barry Alan 251 Kniffen, Rita Danice 251 Knight, Margaret Ann 251 Knous, Jerry Lynn 107 Knowlton, Kelly Bruce 107, 251 Koke, Walter Alvin Jr. 251 Koon, Florance Katherine 116, 251, Koplowitz, Joe 107 Kothmann, Judy Gay 251 Kotrla, Eugene Alfred 251 Krejci, Gary Gene 251 Kubala, Donnie Ray 251 Kubinsky, John Michael 251, 141,139 Kuhlman, Ronda Lynn 251 Kuhns, Cathy Ann 251 Kujawski, Jeanette Carolyn 251,95 Kuroiwa, Izumi 251 Kusenberger, Diane Lynn 251 Kuss, Barbara Riding 251 Kuss, Leonard James 251 Kuteman, Sanford 251 Kyser, Betty Ann Ashley 251 Lacy, Robert Christian 251 Laird, Debra Kay 251 Lancaster, Cheryl Vonette 251 Landrum, Michael Depue 107, Lewis, Georgianna 90 Lewis, Marcia Alison 116,252 Lewis, Ronnie Dale 252 Lewis, Sharon Lea 113,252 Lewis, Terry Ann 31,109,131, 130,160 Lewright, Jack Lloyd Jr. 253 Liddell, Brenda Sue 253 Lilly, Margaret Ann 253 Lindsey, Brenda C. Guyton 253 Lissner, Mary Lindora 253 Little, Delta Ann 253 Littleton, William Steven 253 Lloyd, Rita Mae Roden 253 Lloyd, Weldon David 253 Lockley, Linda Ruth 253 Lockwood, Vickee Lee 253 Logan, Mary Lee 253 Long, Charles Edward 253 Long, Eugene Lawrence Jr. 253 Long, Nicky Wayne 107,253 Long, Ricky Lee 253 Lo pez, Beatrice O. 98 Lopez, Carlos 253 Lopez, Lawrence L. 253 Lopez, Marcela Tavarez 98 Lopez, Raymond 70 J 251 Lane, Lane, Clyde Edward 251 George Martin 251 Lane, Janice Annette 251 La nge Ann Frances 251 Lange, Carl James 251 Lange Lange Lange Lange Lango , Doyle Francis 251 ,Jeanie Ann 251,59 , Marlene Ann 251 , Mary Katherine 251 hr, Marcus Dale 252 Lankford, Stephen Lynn 252 Lapha m, Douglas Darwin 252 Largent, David Fulton 100, 252,103 Larimore, Dana A. Boedeker 115,116,252 Larimore, Larry Don 114,115, 252 Larko, Peter 252 Loudon, Marilee 253 Love, Franklin Andrew 111, 253 Love, Mollie Gail 109 Love, Ronald Wayne 253 Lowe, Dana Susan 104,165 Loyola, Carlos Mijarez 253 Lubke, Ronald Melvin 253 Luckenbach, Jerry Max 253 Luedtke, Stanley Wayne 253 Lummus, Jimmy Don 111 Lunday, Nona Ruth 253 Luttrell, Mark Douglas 253 Lynch, David Michael 253 Lynch, Jimmy Gayle 253 Lynch, Raymond Jr. 79 McAfee, Cindy Jean 253 McAnally, Jim Thomas 253, 150,151 McBride, Mary June 253,164 McBride, Susan L. Harting 253 McBroom, Mickey Dan 253 McBroom, Thomas Wayne 75, 254 McCabe, Jeffrey Carson 254 McCabe, Roy Doyle 254 McCarty, Autry Duane 254 McCleery, David Ray 254 297 Presto Pace, Robert Harold Jr. 260 Martinez, parker 298 McClellan, Marcos Lee 254 McClement, James 254 McClung, William Neill 101, 254,148,149 McClure, Jeffrey Alan 115,254 McClure, Terry Wayne 107, 254 McClurg, Charles Weaver 254 McCollum, Bryan Lynn 111, 130 McCollum, Trudy Kay 31,109, 161 McCo Leslie Louise 254 Y. McCoy, Paula Karen 254 McCulloch, Tommy Leslie 100,254,148,149 Mcgugchen, Philip Keith 254, McCutchen, Thurston Ben 69 Matson, Larry Glen 110.257, 271 Matthiesen, James Allen 257 Matthiesen, Judith Helen 78, 79,257,84 Maxwell, Frances Dolores 257 May, Daniel Richardson 257 Mayer, Wade Alan 41 Mays, Marion Douglas 257 Meadows, Todd Kevin 42,43 Mears, Natha Jo 257 Medrano, Guadalupe 257 Meikle, Donald Rene 257 Menchaca, Margaret Diana 257 Menchaca, Ricardo Galan 257 Menchaca, Sylvia Rose 257 Mendez, Anna L. 257 Menzies, John Stephen 257 Neeper, Darla Suzan 259 Neighbors, Philip Arthur 259 Neill, Patricia Darlene 259 Nelson, Gary Lynn 259 Nesbit, Nevins, Cabot Clay 259 Jarrold F. 111,259 Newsom, Denise Ann 259 Newton, Martha Ann Hughes 259 Newton, Susan 259 Nibling, Barbara J. 75,259 Nichols, Danny Lee 259 Nirghggs, Halena Wozencraft Nicholson, Kenneth E. 259 Niehues, Roy Werner 259 Nieto, Maria Esther 259 Nigem, Hanna Toumeh 259 Nixon, Margaret E. McDaniel, Albert Lowell 254 McDaniel, Howard G. 254 McDonald, Dorothy Ann 254 McDorman, Thomas Dean 254 McGarvey, Robert Burton 71, 115,254.97 McGowen, Randal Martin 255 McHugh, Roy Thomas 255 McKay Barbara Ann 255 McKay, , Donald Carroll 101 McKay, Leah Denise 255 McKay, Michael Joe 255 McKee, Steven 68,255 McKeever, Ronnie Ray 101, 255 McKinney, Randall Everett 255 McKinnon, Clayton Dee 255 McKneely, Linda Mae 255 McLaurin, Michael Wayne 255 McMeans, Debra Lynn 255 Mercer, Carolyn G. O'Harrow 257 Mercer, Jimmy Randall 257 Merkel, Philip Steven 115,257 Merrill, Clifton Edwards 257 Meyers, Rhonda Kay 258 Middlebrook, Randall Dean 258,88 Mika, Janice Fay 258 Milburn, Lynda Sue 258 Miles, Gary James 258 Miller, Donald Dale 258 Miller, Tommy Charles 258 Miller, Tommy Gayle 258 Millican, Teddy Wayne 258 Mills, Mary Opal 258 Mills, Richard Earl 258 Mireles, Manuel Jr. 258 Mitchell, Ardith Marie 258 Mitchell, Martha 258 Mitchell, Michael A. 38,258 Mitchell, Monroe, Patricia Diane 258 Marsha Ann 78,79 McMillan, Larry Don 255 McMillan, Marsha 255 McMillan, Nancy Sue 255 McMillan, Susan Maureen 255 McMurray, Alta Ann 255 McQueen, Larry Joe 255 McRae, Charles Garland 255 McSwain, Elizabeth Renee 255 McSwain, Thomas Francis 255 McWilliams, David Morris 255 Macias, Jesse Joe Jr. 255 Maddux, Margaret Ann 81 Magee, Sally Jane Parker 255 Maier, Charles Harvey 78,79, 255 Major, Marshall Rufus 255 Manos, Johnnie Dobbins 255 Manship, Gregory Garvis 255 Marcos, Miguel Juan 255 Marecek, Dan M. 255 Marecek, James Allen 255 Marines, Leticia Markee, Donald Eugene 255 Marks, Ricky Joe 255 Marshall, Nancy E. Mathis Montgomery, Roxanna J. 258 Moore, Billy Gene 258 Moore, Frederick Stanley 38, 258,86 Moore, Larry Ray 258 Moore, Merry Dee 258 Moore, Michael Dale 100 Morales, Linda Reyes 258 Morris, Jane Annette 258 Morris, Roy Eugene 258 Morris, Sue Ann 258 Morrison, Royce Neill 258 Morrow, Clarence T. 256 Morrow, Karen E. Clark 256 Morse, Robert A. 100 Morse, Stanley 258 Mortensen, Dallas Ilene 258 Moseley, Stephen Lee 258 Moss, Ricky Thomas 258 Mosty, Mary Louise 258 Moulton, Joe Angus 258 Mullins, T. Christine Ligon 258 Multer, Marsha Ann 258 256 Martin, Brenda Marlene 256 Martin, Charlie Jim Jr. 256 Martin, James Michael 256 Martin, Susan Carol 256 Martin, Wesley Homer Mundell, James Clinton 150, 151 Murphy, Robert Louis 114 Murray, Bryan Edward 258 Murray, Gary Max 259 Murray Mary Frances 104 Murray, 259 Murrell Robert Ellinwood 115, Graydon Neal 259 Mussatto, Deborah Susan 259 Musta, Charles Anthony 111 Myers, Louis Allen 259 Edmiston 259 Nobles, Lydia Gay 259 Noles, Diona Sue 259 Norman, Robert Edward 259 Norris, David Lloyd 259 North, Ronnie Lee 150 Noyd, Michael R. 115,259 O'Bryant, Vickie Lynn 259 O'Dell, Michael Leslie 259 Odom, Jana Elaine 260 Odom, Ronald Gene 260 Odstrcil, Linda Ann 260 Odum, Harold Glenn Jr. 260 O'Flinn, Larry Paul 260 Oglesby, William Henry 107 Okyir, Kofi Obuame 146 Oldham, Mitzi Kay 260 Olivares, David 260 Oliver, Emily Sue 104,260 Olsak, Stephanie Ilene 260 Olson, Allen Eugene 260 O'Neal, Alice Pauline Carr 260 O'Neal, Donna Ruth 260 O'Quin, Marcus Kevin 101 Ornelas, Silverio Lopez 260 Orsak, Jerry Joe 115,221,131, 97,37,130,163 Orsak, Thomas Calvin 159 Ortiz, Reynaldo Ramirez 260 Osbourn, Joni Meryl 260 Osbourn, Russel Terry 260 Osbourn, Toni Cheryl 260 Oswald, Bonnie Sue 260 Overstreet, Morris L. 260,145, 146,144,164 Owens, Hedy Jean 131,130 Owens, Sherry Leigh 260 Owuso, Joshua Kwasi 21,145, 146,147 Pagan, David Mac 260.144, 147 Pagan, Rodney Wayne 260 Palmer, Ronnie Lee 260 Palmer, Wayne Lee 260 Pape, Mark Wayne 86 Patterson, James Clifford 261 Patterson, Larry Jay 107,261 Pattillo, Patricia Ann 261 Paulsen, Gary Raymond 261 Paz, Jose Roberto Jr. 261 Pearson, Donald G. 41,261,86 Peiser, Karen Faye 261 Peitchinsky, Jesse Terrell 261 Pelzel, Larry Gene 261 Pena, Lorenzo Gonzales 261 Pena, Santa L. Trevino 261 Penafiel, Rolando 101 Pender, Vivian Ann 262 Pendrergrass, Scottie Clark 107 Pennington, Caroline Jo 262 Perez, Ada Elia 261 Perez, Jerry Soto 262 Perez, Nemesio 262 Perkins, Delana Starr 262 Perkins, Tana Lou 113,262 Perry, David Neil 115,262 Perry, Sharon Eileen 116,262 Peters, David D. 71,262 Peters, Frank Robert 262 Petrilla, Louise 116 Petro, Eugene Francis 262 Pettiet, Ginny Ann 262 Pettiet, Thomas Glenn 262 Petty, Michael Scott 262 Phelps, Donna J. Griffin 262 Phenix, Cynthia Ann 31,262, 160,158 Pherigo, Robert Wayne 262 Pina, Santo C. 262 Pinkerton, Patricia Ann 262 Pitman, Tommy Richard 101 Pittcock, Ronda Doylene 262 Pittmon, Gregory Terry 262 Pitts, Robert Fred 262 Plumlee, John Howard 262 Pointer, Jerry Duane 262 Pontani, Michelle Ann 262 Pool, Billy Cleave 115,262 Pool, Christine Diane 262 Pope, James David 262 Porras, Carmen M. 262 Porter, Jack 262 Porter, Mark Sidney 262 Porter, Steven Wayne 262 Poteet Pound Pound , W. Randall 262 s, Brenda Ann 104,262 s, Danna Jeannette 104,262 Powe, William August 263 Powell, Edward Lee 141 Powell, Jan 263 Powell Larry Neal 263 Powell, Madelaine Ann 263 Powell, Olan Bishop 263 Powell Powell Powell 66 , Phyllis D. Turner 263 , Robert Larry 263 , Thelma J. Walker 263, Powell, Weldon Robert 263 Power, Kenneth Byron 263 n, John L. 41,88 Martine, Linda Kay 77 Martinez, Armando Gongalez 256,103 Martinez, Fernando T. 256 Martinez, Hector Duran 257 Martinez, Mary Frances 256, 97,98 Mary Jane 257,97 Massey, Teresa J. Honeycutt 257 Masters, Steven Kimble 257 Mathews, Glenda J. Parson 257 Mathews, Hubert Daniel 101, 257 Mathews, James Preston 257 Nalepka, Edward 259 Nava, Mary Ellen 98 Neal, Anna Marie 259 Neal, William Ellis 259 Ned, Phillip Charles 141,134, 137 Neely, Robert Lawrence 259 Parker Gail Marie 55 Parker, Linda Dianne Banks 260 Parker, Randy Dean 260 Richard Kevin 260 Price, Harold Dean 106,263 Priddy, Elizabeth Ann 263 Priess, Brenda Fay 263,159 Prince, Barbara Diana 263, 159 Pruitt, Glenn Aulton 263 Pruitt, Nolvia G. Barnes 263 Psencik, B. Karan 263 Pullig, Don Wayne 263 Pusley, Debbie Ann 263 Qualls, Wanda Florence 263 Parr, Mary Catherine 260 Parrish, Charles James 261 Parry, Norma lone 104,261, 76 Partridge, Emmett Bradford 261 Paschal, Saundra Lynn 261 Pate, Gary Lloyd 261 Ramirez, Benny Ray 263 Ramirez, Charlie Salazar 263 Ramos, Johnny 263 Ramsdell, Stephen Kenneth 263 Raney, Brenda Joyce 116,263 Rasor, Beverly Jo 263 Ratliff, James William 125 Rauch, Michael Scott 263 Raigvlings, David Robert 107, 63 Rawlings, Paul Thomas 101, 263 Ray, Lonnie Robert 263 Reavis, Kathryn Jean Bolen 264 Rector, Barron Scott 264,74, 148 Rector, Ricki Ann 264 Reed, Anita Mychele 264 Reed, Jackie William 264 Reese, Virginia L. King 264 Reeves, Clinton Lee 264 Reeves, Earl Wallace 264 Reeves, Eathel F. 264 Reeves, Gary Wayne 264 Reichenau, Joan Dee 264 Rey, Francisco D. 96 Reyes, Olivia C. 264,98 Reynolds, Darlene Seibert 264 Reynolds, Fred Davis 264 Reynolds, Richard Keith 264 Rhodes, Clyde Estle Ill 105, 107 Ribble, Darla Jeanette 264 Rice, Billy Joe 264 Rice, Jana Lynn 264 Richards, Carolyn K. Bryan 264 Richards, Marcia 109,264 Richards, Sallie Odom 264 Richards, William A. 264 Richardson Debra Shane 264 Richardson, Judith Marie 264 Richardson, Michael Theron 264,136 Richardson, Sharla Jo 264 Richardson, Susan Denise Ripple, Terry Charles 265 Rivas, Joe 265 Rivera, Joe 265 Rives, William Randolph 265 Roach, Cristie Lea 265 Roach, J. C. Jr. 265 Roach, Lillian Ruth Jones 265 Roach, Paul Henry 265 Roach, Sheila Mae 265 Roach, Sue Ellen Craig 265 Roach, William Ross 265 Robbins, Lisa Renae 265 Robbins, Portis Samuel 265 Roberson, Refford M. 115 Roberts, Charlotte Jean 265 Roberts, Elton Erron 265 Roberts, Penny Anne 265 Roberts, Richard E. ll 115, 265 Roberts, Theresa Wynelle 265 Roberts, Wilma C. Taylor 265 Robinson, Debra Kay 265 Robinson, Jimmy Don 265 Robinson, John Thomas 265 Robinson, Michael Carter 265 Robinson, Thomas Garner 57 Robles, Connie Marie 98 Rodge rs, Susan Ernestine 265 Rodriguez, Jolanda F. 265 Rodriguez, Maggie 265 Rodriquez, Janie Maria 265 Rogers, Christie 265 Rogers, Gary Wayne 114 Rogers, Randy Ross 111,265 Rogers, William Andrew 265 Rogers, William James 265 Rojas, Roos, Olga 266 Nancy Jane 266 Rose, Earlie Odus Jr. 266 Rose, Judith Gail 266 Ross, Marijohn 266 Ross, Rebecca Mae 53,266 Ross, Sue Ann 266 Rosser, William Lynn 266 Rosson, Jim Chris 266 Rosson, Roy Jay 266 Sage, Gary Max 267 Salcido, Eduardo Garcia 96 Saldana, Virginia 267 Salinas, Hermelindo 267 Salinas, Juan 267 Salvato, Frank Lynn 267 Salvato, Toni Rosanna 267 San Miguel, Armando Joseph 267,147 Sanchez, Manuel 267 Sanchez, Mario Soto 267 Sanchez, Romelia Mary 267 Sandel, Clyde Darwin 107 Sanders, Kenneth Foster 111, 267 Sankey, Lois Anne 267 Saunders, Devonna Ray 109, 267 Savage, Richard Steven 267 Savory, Cynthia Jean 267 Sawyer, Clyde Wilbert 267 Sawyers, Eddy Ross 267 Saylor, Stephanie 267 Scarborough, James Lynn 267 Scarborough, John Lane 267 Schafer, Johnny Lee 267 Scherz, William Carl 267 Schinkel, Roberta Lynn 267 Schneider, Karen G. Seward 116,267 Schneider, Timothy Joe 267 Schrader, William Gary 267 Schraer, Donna Jean 267 Schultz, Peter Heinz 267 Schulz, Cathy Jo 267 Schwab, Christine Martin 267 Schwartz, Floyd Jerome 267 Schwarz, Evelyn Annette 268 Schwertner, Ronald Paul 268 Schwertner, Teresa Marie 268 Schwertner, Yvonne Rose 268 Scott, Carol Jane Davis 268 Scott, David Wyatt 268 264 Richling, Eugene Joseph 264 Richmond, James Thomas 264 Ricks, Connie Lynn 264 Riedinger, Patricia Hughes 95,84 Riess, Andrew John Jr. 264 Riggs, Mitchell Louis 264 Riley, Clark 265 Riley, Reanna Graham 265 Rios, Juan Ernesto Briones 265 Rippetoe, Judy A. 265 Rosson, Susan Kay Brown 266 Rountree, Clarice Marie 266 Rountree, Randolph Winsler 47,266 Rowden, Michael Alan 266 Rowlette, Mac Alan 105,107 Ruddell, Cynthia Dawn 266 Rudder, Deborah Lois 266 Ruddick, Donna Kaye 266 Ruggles, Linda Kay 266 Rumans, Phyllis Ann 105,55 Rushing, Lauren Dayle 267 Russell, Chris Lee 267 Russell, Linda Lou 267 Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott , Donald Lee 268 , Gary Leon 268 , Harvey Allen 268 , Kerry Brent 268,42,43 Nolen Lee 268 Scroggins, Robert L. 101 Scruggs, Robbie Dale 268 Scudder, Edward Kenneth 268 Seaman, William Harold Jr. 268 Sedeno, Frank Figueroa 268 Sefcik, Jerry Lynn 268 Seidel, Daniel F. 268 Serna, Willie Jr. 268 Sevier, Fernando Briones 268 Sexton, Richard Alan 268 Shaffer, Bernard D. III 41, 268,86 Shahan, Debra D. Faught 268 Shahan, James Keith 268 Shatto, Jimmy Ray 268,289 Shaver, Ronald Lee 268 Shaw, Arthur Donald 268 Sheen, Sandy M. 268 Shelburn, Phyllis Ann 268 Shelton, Charles Stuart 268, 148 Shelton, Steven Robert 268 Shepard, Rex Burton 111 Shipman, Terri Lynne 268 Shook, Diana Joyce 268 Shook, James Douglas 268 Short, Joy Annette 268 Shuffield, Carolyn Elaine 268 Shuster, Robert Bradley 269 Shutter, Carole Sue Travis 269 Silva, Julia Lee Lara 269 Silvas, Clelia 269,98 Simmons, Deborah Jane 71, 116,269 Simmons, Jo Nell 269,166, 86 Simmons, Nancy Jane Osborne 269 Simmons, Tom A, 269 Simpson, Sharon Rose 269 Simpson, Steve Alan 269 Sinclair, Terry Michael 111, 229 Sipes, Jeff Edward 269 Skelton, David Lynn 107,269 Skidmore, Scott Anthony 107 269 Slagle, Shelley Elaine 269 Slagle, Suzanne 269 Slaughter, Sandra Gayle 269 Slaughter, Ysleta Jean 154 Sloan, Claudia Leigh 71,116, 269 Slone, Daved Lee 269 Sloper, Sally Ann 269 Smetana, Ralph John 269 Smetana, Ricky Donald 269 Smith, Andrea W. 269 Smith, Bobby lrson 269 Smith, Charles Verner 269 Smith, Curtis Charles Smith, Cynthia Elaine 269 Smith, David 269 Smith, Donna Nall 269 Smith, Dwayne Cole 269 Smith, Gail Green 113,270 Smith, George Edward 270 Smith, Glenda Nell 270 Smith, Jacqueline Gayle 270 Smith, James Allan 56 Smith, Janet Lee Brashear 270 Smith, Jerry Dwayne 270 Smith, Michael Dale 257,270 Smith, Nolan Douglas 270 Smith, Philda Darlene 270 Smith, Phyllis Jane Roy 271 Smith, Roy E. Jr. 271 Smith, Sheila Ann 271 Smith, Stacia Dee 271 Smith, Daun 173,164 Smith, Stephen Gale 271 Smith, Susan Diane 271 Smith, Vick Edward 271 Sneed, Rhonda Lynette 271 Snell, Richard Allen 271 Snodgrass, Shirley Secar 271 Socha, Larry Joe 271 Socha, Margie Jane 271 Soldano, Margaret J. Barler 271 Solomon, Phillip Wayne 271 Soper, Carol Ann 105 Sorrells, Sue Carol 271 Sosa, Armando Gomez 271 Sotelo, Antonio Garcia 271 Soto, Diana 271,98 Soto, Tomas Garcia 271 Sowers, Richard Mason 271 Soyars, Timothy Ray 100,271 Soza, Norma Leticia 271,98 v 2 Specht, John Warren 271 Specht, Robert Allan 271 Speck, Henry Walter Ill 271 Spencer, Kenneth Wayne 272 Sperber, Steven Abraham 107 Spinks, Colegate Villaret 272 Spoonts, Gary Scott 111 Spriggs, Johnny Lee 141,142, 139,134,137 Springer, Lora Lou Pierce 272 Springer, Ronald Baldwin 272 Springer, Roy Ellis 272 St. John, Mackie William 273 Stacy, Catherine Carr 28,54 Stacy, Roy Lee 271,272 Staha, Michael Joseph 272 Stallone Janet Lorraine 272 Stanfield, Pamela Kay 272 Stanford, Pattie Sue 272 Stanford, Terry Lynn 272 Stanley, Betty Lu 272 Starkey, Alonzo Lycurgus 111,272,97 Steele, Mark William 115,272 Stephens, Ben Michael 272 Stephens, Rebecca L. Smith 272 Sterling, James Thomas 272 Sterling, Patricia 272 Sterling, Robert Allen 93 Stelvgiis, Craig Alan 272,15O, Stevens, Perry Leslie 272 Stewart, Jeffrey Jay 273 Stewart, Lynn Howard 273 Stewart, Rex Wayne 273 Stewart, Tracy Sue Hess 273 Stinnett, James Kenneth 273 Stinnett, Kathryn Ann 273 Stinnett, Susan Evridge 273 Stirl, Ralph Eugene 273 Stockbridge, Wilfreda 273 Stockton, Jerry Scott 107 Stockton, Lewis Austin Jr. 80, 81 Stoerner, Cathy Lee 273 Stone, Chrisler Lee 115,273 Stoner, Michael Augustus 273 Stooksberry, Annette 31,161 Stooksberry, Suzette 86 Stout, Susan Elizabeth 273 Stovall, Charles 111 Stovall, Nancy Laverne 273 Strahl, Stephen Clifford 273 Strickland, Deborah Ann 273 Strickland, Jody H. 273 Strickler, Jack Frailey Jr. 273 Strom, Ann Marie 273 Stroud, Terry 273 Strube, Theresa Irene 273 Stubblefield, Karyn Kimbal 273 Stublefield, Keryth J. 273 Sturm, Michael Paul 273 Stutts, Gary Albert 273 Sublett, Bruce Loren 273 Sudduth, Michael Allen 273 Sullivan, Marcus Lloyd 41, 273,42,43,86,45 Sullivan, Sharon Kay 105,273 Sullivan, Thomas John 273 Sundberg, Jamie Lue 273 Sutton, Edward William 273 Switzer, David Wayne 274 Sykes, Neil Anderson 111,227 T Tabb, Grace Ann 274 Talamantes, Arthur E. 274 Talamantes, Rolando G. 274 Talley, John Harmon 274 Tally, Deborah Jane 274 Tankersley, Carolyn Sue 274 Tansil, Mark Hall 173 Tarpley, David Earnest 274 Tarter, Flora Bell 274 Tarter, Margaret Ann 274,59, 86 Tawater, Linda Sue 108,113, 274 Taylor, Rebecca Palmae 274 Taylor, Robert 47,88 Taylor, Robert 106,274 Teague, Charles Allen 274 Teague, Karen Sue Pasley 274 Teague, Kathleen Gail 274 Teal, Martha Jo 274 Templeton, Jerry Don 107, 274 Terrell, Caroline Kinloch 274 Terrell, Gary Ronald 23,81 Terry, Margaret Susan 274 Terry, Timothy Mark 274 Thetford, Maureen E. 105,274 Thetford, Tedanna F. 105,274 Thieman, Mark H. 274 Thomas, Randy Gene 115 Thomas, Sharon Joe Roberts 274 Thompson, Donald Milton 274 Thompson, Kenneth Eugene 274 Thompson, Nancy Jo 274 Thomson, Lin Metcalfe 274 Thurman, Sharron Yvonne 274 Tilton, Fern Barbara 274 Tiner, William Elvis 53 Tipton, Michael Charles 107 Tisdale, L. G. 274 Titsworth, Larry Dean 274 Titus, Clessie F. Titus, Linda Vonne 55 Tolle, Patti Ruth 274 Tompkins, Jean Anne 274 Torres, Guillermo Billy R. 275 Tounget, Donna Louise 275 Touzet, Carole Claude 275 Towns, Robert D. 275 Traugott, Joseph Stacy 41, 275,42,86 Treadaway, Stephen Lynn 275 Trevino, Esther 109,275 Trevino, Rudy Garza 275 Troop, Alice Mae Endicott 275 Troop, Stanley Ross 275 Trowbidge, Alton Dwayne 275 Trowbridge, Debra Sue S. 275 Trowbridge, Harlon George 275 Trudo, Kathleen Elizabeth 165 Tubbs, Barbara Anne 275 Tubbs, Michele Ann 275 Tucker, Wilma Suzanne 275 Valenzuela, Olga Gonzales 276 Vallandingham, Irene Ella 276 Van Court, John William 276 Van Hoozer, Stephen Wyatt 276 Vandivere, Douglas Eugene Vandivere, Douglas Wallace 276 Varga, Clay Erwin 277 Varga, Janet Lyn Martin 277 Varien, Richard H. 277 Varnadore, Michael Lynn 277 Varnell, Chester Kay 277 Vaughan, Hiram Lynn 277 Vaughn, Dallas Bradley 277 Vaughn, Nancy Joyce 277 Vela, Maria Gloria 277 Vest, Deborah Lynn 277 Vestal, Steven Keith 277 Vick, James Wesley 277 Vincent, Sandra 47,277 Vinson, Linda Sue 277 Virdell, Mikel Ray 277 Von Phul, Carol, 277 Vordlck, Michael Dee 277 Voss, Eddie Jr. 277 Wachsmann, James Lawrence 277 Waddell, Judy Lynn Burkes 277 Wade, Paul Cameron 277 Wagner, Douglas Dale 277 Wagner, Larry Gene 277 Wagner, Marilyn Jo 277 Wagoner, Damona Beth 278 Wahlenmaier, Joan 216,278 Wahlenmaier, Kay 278 Wahrmund, Jeffrey Lynn 41 Wainscott, Susan Denise 69 Walker, Walker, 278 Walker, 278 Walker, Walker . Wallace, Wallace, Wallace, Wallace . Wallace, Wallace, Ben Bob 278 Bonnie Quisenberry David William 127, Nitia Boots 18,278 Paul Chris 278 Carol Evon 278 Daphnia Fry 278 Doyle Wendyl 278 Sherry Rene 278 Tony Steele 278 William Gerald 278 Tumlinson, Jana Rene 275 Turnbo, Turner, Fontilla Ann 275 Cindi Ruth 105 Turner, Joel Dee 275 Turner, John Alan 276 Turner, Lester Wilson 101 Turner, Mildred Lee 276 Turner, Robert Wayne 276 Tutle, Dugan Eugene 111,276 Twilligear, George William 276 Twilligear, Mary E. Rushing 276 Tyler, Earl Day Tyler, John H. T. 84 Underwood, Claudia 276 Underwood, John Sidney 276 Vadney, Barbara Ann 276 Valdez, Luis M. 276 Wallen, Michael Andrew 278 Wallin, Vicky Lee 278 Walling, Charles Oddist 278 Walsh, Nancy Dee 278 Walters, Karla Jeanne 116 Ward, Benny Adron 278 Ward, Diana Ruth 278 Ware, Garret Burk 279 Warner, Fletcher E. 279 Warner, Paul David 279 Warren, Mike Owen 279 Washburn, Marilyn J. Wilson 279 Washington, Susan Kieth 279 Watkins, William James 106 Watson, Alan Glynn 279 Watson, Barry Ray 279 Watson, Emlyn F. 279 Watson, Phillip Lee 279 Watson, Thomas Lynn 279 Watson, Wayne Cavender 101, 279 Wattis, Michael Ray 279 Wayham, Robert Bruce 115, 279 Weant, Curtis Steven 279 Weaver, Jan C. 279 Weaver, Melissa Carol 279 Webb, Donald Ray Sr. 279 Webb, Margaret Shelley 279 Weems, Billy Wayne 279 Weir, Gary J. 279 285 Welch, John Robert Jr. 279 Welch, Phillip Alan 279 Welch, Rodger Irvin 69,70, 279 Welch, Victoria Lee 279 Weldon, Glen Preston 280 Wellborn, Deborah Jean 280 Wells, Albert Durward 280 Wells, Greg Max 280 Wells, Larry Len 280 Wells, Rachel E. Harris 280, 166,89 Wessels, Ronnie Douglas 280 Westbrook, Anthony 280 Westbrook, Julian Candler 280 Wester, Carolyn Lee 281 Wheeler, John Michael 101, 281 White, Cynthia Lois 281 White, David Anthony 111 White, James Darcy 281 White, James William 281 White, Jan Renee 281 White, Larry Dwayne 281 White, William DeForrest 281 White, William Wesley 101 Whiteker, Stephen Wayne 281 Whitely, Pearl Ester 281 Whitfield, Pete Maxwell 282 Whitt, Horace Mayes 282 Whitten, Bryan Chandler 282 Wied, John Martin 101 Wilborn, Richard Ramirez 282 Wilde, David William 282 Wilde, Fred W. 282 Wilde, Melanie Jane 282,87 Wilde, Thomas Dwight 282 Wilkinson, Eddie Wayne 111 Williams Williams Williams Williams , Williams, Williams Williams Williams, Charlie Jr. 138,136 Gary Sam 282 Harold Wayne 282 Jack Craig 282 Joe David Jr. 282 Lewis Otis 282 Marie June 282 Norman E. 282 Wittie, Shirley G. Wright 283 Woellert, Terry Lee 283 Wolfenbarger, Craig 283 Womack, Joan M. 283 Womack, John Wayne 283 Womack, Laura E. Graf 283 Wong, Wong, Chi Ho 284 Hoi Chee Anthony 284 Wood, Dannie Ray 284 Wood, Jane E. Cochrane 284 Wood, Randall Lee 284 Wood, Thomas Doran 284 Williams, Ronald Joseph 282 Williams, Thomas Edward 282 Williams, Tony Ray 282 Williams, Vickey Ruth 282 Williamson, Kathy Lou 283 Willmann, Judy Gail 283 Willson, Sara Jane 34 Wilson Wilson 283 Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson Wilson Wilson Bennie Cary 128,283 Deborah J. Holden Don Allen 283 Donald Ray 283 Doneva Ann 283 Jimmie Ward 283 Sheila Gay 283 Wilson, ,Terry Vaughn 41 Wilson, Theresa Ann 283 William Milton 283 Winn, Janet Lou 283 Withers, Mary 283 Wittenburg, Paula Louise 113,283 Woods, Mark Alan 111,284 Worner, Patty Sue Haley 284 Wren, Elizabeth Ann 284 Wren, James Ray 284 Wright, Jack Howell Jr. 284 Wright, Marcie Lee 109,284 Wright, Paula Nanette 113 Wright, Roberta Joan 113,284 Wright, Sandra Lacheryl 284 Wuertenburg, Ernest D. 284 Wunderl, John Roland 285 Wyatt, Bobby Don 285 Wyatt, David Lee 285 Wyrick, Jacky Clayton 285 Yancey, Guy Stuart 285 Yankovich, Linda Joy 104 Yates, Randy Jean 285,63 Yates, Richard Lynn 285 Yoakum, Anita G. Hallmark 285 York, Billy Lee 122,285,271, 165 York, Gary Gene 285 Young, Rudy Oneal 285 Young, Shirley Elaine 8O,81, Young, Susan Marie 285 Youngblood, Vicki 285 Younggren, Terry M. 71,114 285 Zachry, Deborah Ann 105 Zanowiak, Betty Dean 108, 285,271 Zawilski, Robert Walter 285 Zinser, Christine Ann 78,79, 116,285,86 Zinser, Joseph Ralph 7l,79, 114,285 Ziriax, Kathy Louise 284 Zuniga, Willie Puentez 128 302 GRADUATES BACHELOR OF ARTS Patrick Evans Allaire Carlos Xavier Alvarado Lydia Vargas Alvarado Vickie Lynn Thornton Baird Kenneth Eugene Bean Laura Lee Pool Behrens James T. Belew Richard James Benton Edwin W. Brumfield, Jr. Clyde Darrell Byrne Manuel Castro-Mendoza Barbara Askins Christian Mariana Catherine Clemens Susan Hope Coleman James Lee Collett Larry Cecil Copeland Vic Costello Royce Lee Drennan Eugene Michael Eckols Elsa Linnea Ericson Gary Lee Flage Jerry Torres Flores Robert Castillo Flores Susan Joella Frazier Richard L. Fry Nancy LaVerne Fulgham H. Ernest Gill Peggy Arnold Gray Jeane Riddell Grimshaw Deborah Lea Harris Sharon LaVon Harris Arthurlyn Carol Harrison Joyce Hart Janeen Clements Haun Vallene Kay Hendrix Eva Waring Horton Allen Lee Hurt Deborah Jo Jennings Karen June Kelley Brenda Guyton Lindsey Abel Garcia Loredo Ronald Wayne Love Manuel Rubio Lujan Terry F. McClain Steven McKee William Charles McNatt Thomas Francis McSwain Margaret Ann Maddux Terry Gene Marsden Nancy Elizabeth Marshall Patricia Martin Glenda Jean Mathews Larry Glen Matson Billy Gene Moore Mary Ellen Nava Carol Steinbach Niehues Dolores Ann Nix Raymond J. Nix Morris L. Overstreet Charles Parrish Nemesio Perez James David Pope George D. Powell Larry Neal Powell Ezequiel R. Ramirez Floyd DeWayne Richards Patricia Hughes Riedinger Mary Mavis Ashby Riley J. C. Roach, Jr. Karen Jo Robinson Delmer Ross Juan Salinas Karen Seward Schneider Bernard D. Shaffer, Ill Ralph Wilson Sheffy Linda Lawson Sims Roy Lee Stacy Laurentia K. Stanley Marc Edwin Stevens Jerry Wayne Stone Michael A. Stoner Amanda Jane Middleton Tarver Occie Hewitt Tate, Jr. Rebbecca Palmae Taylor William L. Thomas James Escobedo Torres The List of Graduates Larry Eugene Underdonk Barbara Beth Wade Nancy Dee Walsh Donald Ray Webb, Sr. Rachel Harris Wells Ronald Joseph Williams Rudy O'Neal Young Pamela Maryta Zimpfer BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Weldon Eugene Anthony, Jr. Jamie Christopher Arnn David Richard Aycock James C. Baker Jerry Lynn Bentley Larry Don Blasdell Michael Joseph Block Carl Ernest Bloodworth Richard Porter Boyd Dennis James Bretting Alpheus Cosby Bruton, Jr. Phillip Alan Buchanan Robert Lewis Bullock Eddie Clarke Burkett Sherry Ellen Moore Burnett William John Caldwell Steven Lynn Calvert Jerry Dwayne Clark Johnny Lewis Coats Edward F. Coronado Samuel Lee Coy Garry Dayne Davis James Louis Davis James Fuller Debenport Sandra Anne Lee DeMarinis William DePaolo George Wilford Draper, Jr. Bob William Dusek Michael Thomas Dwyer Randall L. Evans Oscar Allen Faulkenberry Herrell B. Flynt Archie M. Gallant Deborah Ann Graves J. Greg Gray Robert Allen Green Gregg B. Hagelstein David Randall Harlow David Earl Harrison Sandra Kay Havlak James William Hazle Patricia Jean Henslee Clarence Warren Herndon Joy Hester William C. Huitt Billy R. Jacoby Rita Gail Jones Wendell Mike Jones Michael Don Kilgore Donnie Ray Kubala Larry Don Larimore Anna R. Long Jerry Lee McBurnett Owen R. McCombs Tommy Leslie McCulloch, Jr. Joe Lynn McDonald Billy L. McKnight James A. Marecek Lawrence Wallace Moore Roy Eugene Morris Vicki Sue Morris Allen Eugene Olson Weldon Robert Powell Stephen Michael Riley David A. Roman Mackie William St. John Brandon G. Sanders, ll Arthur Lee Sherman Tom A. Simmons Curtis Charles Smith Milburn Ashley Smith, Jr. Stanley Daun Smith Shirley Secor Snodgrass Timothy Ray Soyars Thomas Charles Stephens Gene Allen Talley Donald Wilson Tallman Randy Gene Thomas Stanley R. Troop Gary Gene Upham Douglas Wallace Vandivere Ben Bob Walker Walter Hanley Williams Duke Glover Wilson William D. Wilson Kenneth Morris Wright Elizabeth Dean Zanowiak BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Deborah Jane Helmers Allen Nick Gene Anderson Linda Lea Anthony Alvin Maurice Archer Dianne Bachman Cindy Lee Curtis Bailes Sharron Marie Baker Anita B. Ball Carlene Elizabeth Barron Claudia Jo Barry Mary Martha Beach Buddy Duncan Beck Lady Mary Beeson Jimmy Birkhead Sherry Gay Black Bert Rice Bloodworth Shirley M. Bradshaw Glenda Nell Brimer Ronnie W. Broadfoot Frankie Darlene Bryan Dolly Mozelle Cook Bryant Joseph Cajas, Jr. Nancy Faye Carlisle Rodney Steven Cason George Lynn Clark James Michael Clarke Wanda LaVaughn Collier Sandra Marie D'Andrea Richard Jay Daniel Marsha Ann Daniels Linda Law Davis Phillip Jeffery Decker Mary Byrene de Cordova Linda Buxkemper Dieringer Dianna Marie Ditto Martha Ann Dodds Rebecca West Dorotik Terry Neal Doyal Paul David Dubbs Dave Randall Edmiston Gary J. Eicher Susan Joyce Englert Mary Margaret Evridge Myrtle Loise Lewis Fields Leona Merle Fincher Sherrilynn Kaye Foster Cynthia Fry Jemima Gonzalez Bouneva Jo Green Sharon Lynette Green f Glenn Robert Griffo Dora Elsa Gutirrez Richard Armor Gwyn Deryl Ann Dunagan Hall Connie Hollyce Hargrove Suzanna Shuler Harkey Timmy Douglas Harlow Lige Franklin Harris Gloria Ray Harrison Thomas Richard Harvey Doris O. Hamphill Jerry Lee Herring Carol Jean Holtman Donna Kay Hopper Jane Nash Horton Mary Sue Huffman Susan A. Hutchens Mary Jeannine Isbell Jean P. Jackson Robert Alan Jackson Cheryl Ann Jenkins Laura Louise Wilkinson Jennings Joanna Lynn Johns Lauren Jo Johnson Mary Ella Key Kieras Wynona Fern King Ellen Anne Kirby William Hummel Karmany, Jr. Ava June Kothmann Judy Gay Kothmann Jeanette Carolyn Kujawski Betty Ann Kyser Marlene Ann Lange Dana Annis Larimore Reva Gail Letz Gary W. Lewallen Mary Kay Low Thomas Wayne McBroom James W. McClement Gordon Dwight McDonald Jesse Joe Macias, Jr. Mark Wilson Maneval Johnnie Hilda Manos Barbara Lynn Marsh Judy Helen Matthiesen Natha Jo Mears Philip Steven Merkel Doyle Glenn Miller Tommy Gayle Miller Lorenzo Dow Monroe, Jr. Deborah Leddy Montgomery Dorman Wayne Moore Cornelius Emmett Murray Halena Estelle Wozencraft Nichols Keith Laray Noble Aurora Fae Nowlin Joni Meryl Osbourn Toni Cheryl Osbourn Glenn Patterson Tana Lou Perkins David Neil Perry John Randall Porter Phyllis Dian Powell Thelma Powell Don W. Pullig Charlie Salazar Ramirez James William Ratliff Lonnie Robert Ray Barron Scott Rector Connie Lynn Ricks Portis Samuel Robbins Mary Romero Willard Joe Rutherford Patricia Ann Schraer Ronnie Andrew Smetana Donna Smith Gail Green Smith Esther Pauline Jones Sofge Sue Carol Sorrells Lora Lou Springer Alan Dale Stanley Rebecca Lane Smith Stephens Lynn Howard Stewart James Kenneth Stinnett Sharon Elaine Cox Summers Janice Louise Sutton Paul David Swaim Harold Edward Sword Don Charles Taylor Wanda Verlene Murphy Taylor Linda Sue Teplicek Mark H. Thieman Sharon Joy Thomas William Elvis Tiner Paul Arthur Townsend Kathleen Elizabeth Trudo Lester Wilson Turner Earl D. Tyler Kelly Walraven Dana C. White Marsha F. White Stephen Wayne Whiteker Shirley Elaine Wilde Ruby Leona Williams Deborah Jean Wilson Ronald David Wilson Shirley Gayle Wittie Ronda Lee Young Wojtek Joan M. Womack Deanna Kay Woodruff Edward Carl Wright Annie Claudette Young Robert W. 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