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

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Rambouillet 1984-85 Angelo State University San Angelo, Texas 76909 Volume 44 P 2 33 87 115 165 193 265 270 chievers capture spirit of A I X h , K ,' at ,sl Y- L J -T E' it. -f . T"ff'3' 'A-cfs' rf I i ,Gm Q' 'I' . , t .st n N K -. f txt V.-V-.xlfxv - I f gl - x ' -' .. . V, .4 r ,1 ,QQ fit' ' ' .1 if , , .Q Q4 ' L I if ' W - a Q f 1 . Q' gd ' N . . V .5 1 Y 1 V N .rx :mmm ff ' - - l ' 152 E J32Lf:7f ' ' ..,, ' ' . rs-2: 'syn 1 In A i ' w Q "A' 1-an . .,V, . .. .v,. 4, 1 374. - 'ZA-I' ,2- i L , ixfw """-2' The achievements of the parts combine to make a success of the whole. Angelo State University, with its expanding facilities and progres- sive enrollment, is a product of the people who have the desire to achieve. Through the dedication of students and faculty, ASU has built a reputation of achievement. ASU owes its accomplishments, however, to the individual stu- dents. These are the people who go the extra mile to realize their goals. The success of these students comes in many forms, but no mat- ter what the field or publicity one receives, he or she is already mak- ing a mark upon the world. Through their personal success, the students of ASU have brought achievement to the school as a whole. We dedicate the 1985 Ram- bouillet to these people and the spirit of achievement. - Gary Dulude San Angelo offers many quiet spots of beauty like this one along the Concho Riv- er. CAllen Adkins Photol Students enjoy the progressive style of the ASU campus. fLarry Crochet Photo? achievements 3 A U creates colorful blend Blending all of Angelo Statels colorful people into an atmosphere that is both scholarly and enjoyable is an achievement in itself. Life at ASU offers many opportu- nities for intellectual challenges in and out of class. Not to be ignored is the achieve- ment that is seen in making new and lasting friendships. Students succeed in everything from dorm-life to night-life. This university combines elements needed to create a unique and inter- esting place to learn. - Sami Harman . , Sf' 'W 'K 1:'?"uf VY IN i L. tt t Nw 'bm ' ffttfs iw . K Q uf-'F QSM-Q-ft--uh, ,. 1' 'wwf' ' I fb ' ., tefrrmkiig-g3, ,:4 -yo -.ss st .. ," --.-req, Ly., 1. 'L xi ig. I 1 Friendships and socializing improve the rou- tine of going to class. The new Massie dorms provide students with modern facilities, movable furniture, and more living space. The modern architecture of the campus is skirted by carefully-tended grounds. lArt Hanson PhotosfASU News Sz Informationl 5 Doors open for achievement Registration marks the end of summer and the beginning of the fall semester. With this comes new classes, new professors, and new faces. This year ASU saw a drop in fall enrollment with 6,163 students en- rolled bythe 12th class day. This was the first decrease since 1981. Registration began Wednesday Aug. 29 and ran through Aug. 31. Stu- dents encountered the usual maze that runs throughout the Education- Fine Arts Building. Students take time out to exchange greetings as they rush to class. Bright, sunny days make walks to class enjoy- able. wfwi illku 5.1 35-M- , . 1 All I fl Q EST: u.. .'-. ' . N. ga ,LAN .',.k: 1 N 1 N P an x 'lf' " ' nv -4 P ' V AYP., . ' - x. 1 ' ' K ' -. I -, f:'5- N 4- ,N r ' 1 N t Q , i 1 'Q . v K L '1C,, - - -,,- ag' O-,b A sy. , 3 --1 . . 'fx - , - ,QW ' ,L , MQ- .Ki . Ii-' . f g4. A - An- 1 :71.,.,.,.. ffl X X X f, , iffy X-.Z v' . QL X gf .-.rf Photos by Art HansonfASU News 8: Information ,..4...-.ggi Matching classes offered and classes needed into a working schedule can be a difficult task. Eliza Whitfield finds laughing takes away some of the pressure that comes with being a "Fee-Fixer." registration 7 6Big Show' is big change If change is achievement, then ASU achieved great things during Homecoming 1984. Dean of Student Life Paul Horne announced plans in September that the traditional Homecoming parade would be replaced with an Olympic- style procession and "Big Show." Horne said the "Big Show" was in- vented "to give students the opportu- nity to have some input" in Home- coming, and was a way to "show off San Angelo." All ASU clubs and organizations were invited to participate in the pro- cession, and prizes for the top three entries were awarded. The Angelettes took first prize with their spirit bug. The Student Nurses were second with their S.M.A.S.H. unit, and the Baptist Student Union was third with a sur- prising "Banner Explosion" of wildly dressed people and blue balloons. A special appearance by Michael Martin Murphy brought cheers from the large crowd. Murphy rode to the stage on a chauffered golf cart with guitar in hand. Comedian David Willis emceed the show with Ram Page Editor David Ramirez. "It was interesting, it was fun, and something l would definitely do again," Ramirez said. - Sami Harman ...Mm .....w..n.1 I -. w 8 - sa., . rg, , ,A ,yf 8 X 'W' 'Eli l ll: .fa 97 4 The Angelettes danced their way to the first, place prize of 8200. tDavid Lozano Photol The Massie Men's Dorm showed their west- ern spirit with their "Best Little Dorm House in Texas." tAndy Breedlove Photo? Strangely attired people filled the stands at the Multi-Sports Complex during the "Big Show." tArt Hanson Photo!ASU News 81 ln- formationl Calvin Wimmer, Kaye McDougall and Libba Carver perform a song from"Steakhouse." tArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sz Informa- tionl homecoming 9 Career strategist Dr. Adele M. Scheele visited ASU during Home- coming Week and said getting over fear is the most significant thing that can happen to a person. Dr. Scheele spoke to an audience of about 75 people in the UC Ballroom. The lecture was sponsored by the UCPC Speakers Committee and was called "Life After College tMaking College Paylf' "The people who are afraid are stopped by their fears," Scheele said, adding that it is important not to be afraid to meet people. She said people are either sustain- ers or achievers. Sustainers do their jobs well but quietly, doing what they're told and nothing more. Achievers take stock of their abili- ties, are resourceful and self-motivat- ing. Scheele said a good way to take ad- vantage of college is to get to know faculty and administrators and to take part in university clubs and ac- tivities. - Jim Albright, Jr. The Maria Benitez Spanish Dance Company performed in the University Auditorium on Wednesday night of Homecoming Week and was sponsored by the UCPC Arts Committee. tArt Hanson Photo!ASU News Sr Informa- tion? Adele Scheele spoke to students and faculty on Monday Oct. 23 in the UC Ballroom. tJim Albright Photol 10 WFP Q Q t ' S cheele encourages achievement 1 . rw , Comedian David Willis entertained "Big Show" goers and co-emceed the show with Ram Page Editor David Ramirez. lArt Han- son Photo!ASU News Sz Informationl Carr Hall won the dorm lobby decorating con- X test with their "Carr Hall Votes for the Rams," and won S50 for their efforts. lArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sz Informationl lllil lr --'-',,..,-f-""""' 5 it 'C E crmncen Sal 3 homecoming 11 Benge achieves top honor The crowning of the Homecoming Queen was one of the few traditions that remained unchanged during Homecoming 1984. The Homecoming Queen elections were conducted differently, without the usual clutter of campaign posters and flyers. Organizations paid a S10 entry fee for their queen nominee. The ASU Student Assembly was responsible for each candidates pub- licity. ASUSA President Tim Weath- erby said voter turnout was much greater this year because of the changes made in the election process. Five duchesses were chosen from 30 candidates. Homecoming Queen Becky Benge was spon- sored by the Angelettes. Moe Scott Photo! Block and Bridle members paraded Dominic II as their entry in "The Big Show." tDavid Lozano Photo! Michael Martin Murphy made a second ap- pearance at the "Big Show." tAndy Breedlove Photol Roscoe appeared in formal attire for the crowning ceremony. lArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sz Informationb -f-f -we-qi1.gyfmr-"w4,, Ur- -:-'-- v ,, Hi .gf A I fi .ff gt gi' A 'N . X. -X .4 TW- I 4,454 KY 'txt Q I' N ff Q, ,gf , Z. 91 A3124 ,saga During the Homecoming Game. duchesses Torrie Stauher, Becky Benge, Emily King, Robin famphell, and Becky Sanders sat on the front row at the 50-yard line awaiting halt'- time and the crowning ofthe queen. During half-time, each duchess was presented a bouquet from ASU Mascot Roscoe who wore a tuxedo for the occasion. Becky Benge, a sophomore ele- mentary education major from Eagle Lake, was crowned queen with none ofthe usual dramatics. - Carrie York and Sami Harman homecoming 13 ikefest benefits Boys Club 'x X' P' 7' Texas Gold and Head East enter- tained a crowd of about 3000 during Pikefest VI held Sept. 21-22. The Pikes donated part of their profits to Crime Stoppers and the San Angelo Boys Club, said Keith Fulton, Pikefest active brother direc- tor. ASU organizations put up booths as money making projects. The clubs making the most money were Lamb- da Chi Alpha burritos and Sigma Phi Epsilon fajitas. - Sami Harman t N Q i X! ix V S . , .- if , -n 1f ::f'f3,. 'N 2" . - Ni' . ,g s 1 X S' l S Ae.- ' w 3: ' 3' Wg- 4 ,eww if Shely Jackson, Jill Morris and Becky Wil- liams take time to examine one of the booths. lDavid Lozano Photol Emily King, a senior journalism major from Roscoe, was chosen Miss Pikefest VI based on audience applause. lDavid Lozano Photol The Pike's fire engine provided a resting spot for these Pikefest partiers. fDavid Lozano Photol David Ramirez, Robert Rivera, Elsa Mar- tinez, David Nava, and John Alcala pause to be photographed. iArt Hanson Photo!ASU News 8a Inforrnationl ,P pikefest 15 16 steakhouse The "Steakhouse" cast sings "Stomp" during their performance at the "Big Show." Calvin Wimmer lBubbal and Kaye McDou- gall lBobbiel perform "That Man Could Dance." H. Mark Cullimore included many foot- stornping, toe-tapping country-western songs in his musical. lArt Hanson PhotosfASU News dz Informationl W musical hits jackpot "Steakhouse", a country-western musical written by ASU graduate student H. Mark Cullimore played here Oct. 4-7 and at the "Big Show" during Homecoming. The musical became ASU's entry in the 1984-85 American College Theatre Festival XVII which was held in El Paso on Nov. 30. The play then went on to the Regional Festival in Fort Worth and was considered for selection to the national ACTF XVII in Washington D.C. Cullimore was awarded two indi- vidual national playwriting awards for his musical: The ASCAP College Musical Theatre Award for the best musical production in the ACTF, and the David Library ofthe American Revolution Award. Accompanying these prestigious awards were cash awards of 341500 from the American Society of Com- posers, and 5142000 that came with the David Library of the American Revo- lution award. "Both were such an honor, espe- cially the David Library," Cullimore said. Cullimore wrote the play, its lyrics and songs, and plays Roy Williams, the owner of the Steakhouse. "The original Roy and Bobbie Wil- liams Steakhouse" is set in the Texas Hill Country town of Atne, and the play involves the everyday problems that arise. "Steakhouse is about people and their dreams-dreams that are hard to kill," Cullimore said. Other Cast members were Calvin Wimmer who plays the Williams' son Bubba, Kaye McDougall as Bobbie Williams, Jay B. Jones as Ronny, Libba Carver as Molly, M. Caroline Canfield as Lou, Shelly Roberts as Suzie, Robyn Harlin as Karen, and Ray Bacon as Mr. Compton. Five cast members were nominated forthe Irene Ryan Scholarship, a regional and national award for individual performances. The nominees for the award are Jay Jones, Josh Jones, Carver, Bacon, and McDougall. I7 Reagan sweeps 49 states to second term ln the largest electoral landslide in American history, President Ronald Reagan cruised to a second term in office, easily defeating Democratic challenger Walter Mondale. Reagan swept 49 of the 50 states, winning by an electoral margin of525 to 13. Mondale won only his home state of Minnesota with 10 electoral votes and the District of Columbia, which has three. "You ain't seen nothing yet," Rea- gan said in a victory address. "To- night is not the end of nothing, it's the beginning of everything." The president promised to continue his economic programs and his strength- ening ofthe nations defenses. On the heels of the president's vic- tory, Republican Congressman Phil Gramm won 64.6 percent of the vote to defeat state Sen. Lloyd Doggett, the Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate. Gramm fills the seat of retiring Sen. John Tower. Gramm had the largest margin of victory ever for a Republican candidate in Texas. The Senate race had been particu- larly bitter, with Gramm claiming that Doggett was a liberal supported by homosexual groups. Doggett, on the other hand, accused Gramm of violating federal campaign funding laws. Nationally, the Republican party maintained its Senate majority with 54 seats to the Democrats 46. Howev- er, they gained only 15 seats in the Democrat-controlled House of Re- presentatives. In the 99th Congress, the Democrats hold 252 seats to the Republicans 183. Rep. Tom Loeffler, the Republican Congressman for San Angelo and surrounding counties, won his fifth straight term representing the 21st Congressional District of Texas. Loeffler won 80 percent of the vote to defeat Democratic challenger Joe Sullivan. In what was perhaps the closest race locally, state Rep. Richard J. "Dick" Burnett squeaked past F.L. "Steve" Stephens to win a third term in the Texas Legislature. Only 497 votes separated Democrat Burnett from Republican Stephens in Tom Green County. - Gary Dulude 18 0 N 'v in . X, Q 1 ll 11 01. - Q ,, -su il Q l Ay!! -ll gi YN 1 - ,, President Ronald Reagan and Vice President George Bush wave to supporters while run- ning for re-election in 1984. fAPfWide World Photosl President and Mrs. Reagan celebrate his land- slide victory Nov. 6. Reagan swept 49 states to win a second term. lAPfWide World Photos? Democratic presidential candidate Walter Mondale made history in July when he nomi- nated Rep. Geraldine Ferraro to be his vice presidential running mate. lAPfWide World Photosl Election special competes with dailies, gives first-hand experience Complete coverage achieved Election night has long been the Super Bowl of newspaper coverage, and ASU journalism students got an early experience while working on the The Ram Page Election Special. About 45 students worked election night and some stayed as late as 5 a.m.. Jim Batts, head of the journal- ism department said. Batts and Ram Page Editor David Ramirez said the election issue gave students first-hand experience for working on a professional newspaper. "They were competing head up with any daily," Batts said. Batts said the Ram Page moni- tored network TV and The Associat- ed Press for their election returns. The key to the success of the elec- tion issue was planning, Batts said. Pages were laid-out in advance, and stories were pre-written. Election re- sults were then quickly incorporated into the story. "I was going around with a big ul- cer," Ramirez said. He said the night "strained everything - my ingenu- ity, my self-confidence and my san- ity." Staff writer Barbara Dempsey, who wrote the election overview story, had to find another source when the networks went off the air without giv- ing any official results, forcing her to use the AP broadcast wire. "Before midnight I ate, after mid- night I panicked," she said. - Gary Dulude gs: S 20 ,f 311' Nw, 'TEM x xxug .. .- .omg sw. A K i. V-ef' " ff! -- V X 0 .if .. V. X - Q. 1 u Republicans vote straight, sweep mock elections The Repulican Party, in what turned out to be a foreshadowing of Election Day, swept the polls in a mock election held in conjunction with homecoming queen balloting. Of the approximately 600 ASU stu- dents who voted in the mock election, 53.4 percent chose to vote a straight Republican ticket. President Reagan easily defeated Democratic challenger Walter Mon- dale by a vote of 447 to 130. In the bitterly contested Senate race, U.S. Rep. Phil Gramm extended the Republican sweep and beat state Sen. Lloyd Doggett 408 to 160. The mock election was added to home- coming queen voting to increase par- ticipation in the election, ASUSA President Tim Weatherby said. He said the number voting doubled to 20 percent of the student body. - Gary Dulude Experience he gained from working on several daily newspapers gives Jim Batts the know- how to advise reporters and co-ordinate the election issue. lArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sz Information? Editor David Ramirez works on the front page layout. tDavid Lozano Photol Ram Page reporters, Jim Batts, and Dr. John Jenson await election results. tDavid Lozano Photol Rhonda Woodall, Alex Draughon, Yolanda Melendez, and Kris Ballard worked late into the night setting copy and laying out pages. tDavid Lozano Photo! Americans 1984 had a promising start. The Summer Games of the XXIII Olym- piad were held in Los Angeles, Calif. US. athletes accumulated nearly 200 gold, silver, and bronze medals. The Soviet-bloc boycott had not marred the competitive spirit of the athletes. But the serene summer of 1984 was shattered by the worst one-day slaughter in U.S. history. James Huberty, 51, ex-security guard. murdered 21 people and in- jured 15 others at a McDonald's in San Ysidro. Calif. Huberty had a reputation for his "explosions of rage." 1984 became a year of break- throughs and defeats. Ronald Reagan overwhelmed Wal- ter Mondale with a 49-state sweep in the '84 presidential election. Reagan was supported by every region, every age group and almost. every demogra- phic voting bloc in the U.S. Vanessa Williams, 21, became the first black woman to hold the title of Miss America - and the first Miss America asked to resign her title. The explicit nude scenes of Williams with another woman in Penthouse maga- zine were said to have tarnished the shine in L.A. title of Miss America. Baby Fae was the first infant to receive a simian heart. She carried the heart of a baboon for 21 days be- fore she died-two weeks longer than any other previous recipient of an animal heart. Another breakthrough was that of a 33-year-old ocean geologist. Mis- sion Specialist Kathryn Sullivan be- came the first American woman to walk in space. She took part in the space Shuttle Challenger voyage with six other astronauts. Actor Richard Burton, 58, died this year of a cerebral hemorrhage. Bur- ton received seven Academy Award X .. ' i . ' I V . 5.3 . -, r 'A Z- , gljpvq 7 ,M -fe i'2'f7,....' , ' na Q , . g. 9, 3 K sk, . ,imuiga 0 'JI 'C ,fr E? ag' -ffm ' 4. iii,.'8Li4da"i' I ' . A ' qt ' ,l F R N lk:-Qian? ' nominations for his roles in such films such as "Becket,,' "The Spy Who Came In From the Cold" and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf." - Phyllis Velez Mary Lou Retton won the all-around gold medal in women's gymnastics and led the women's team to a silver medal. She also won bronze medals for the floor exercise and the uneven parallel bars and took a silver medal for the vault. CAPfWide World Photol Vanessa Williams, the first black Miss Amer- ica was forced to resign her title for nude pho- tographs in Penthouse Magazine. tAPfWide World Photol .. 3 I -aff :af- ,iv 9-. A . 1 ' if V? ' 1: 35- , 'h .-N.: 'i qu- lw... .vb tl-L., i-......m fgffelff 4' UV! 'mia ir z ,ll .5 is 5465 1 ,.. ,. J, 1-mmm 'K' vi pvmxmv'-n F1353 ,war The United States won 83 gold medals, 61 silver and 30 bronze. The men's gymnastic team walked away with a gold medal. IAP! Wide World Photol Carl Lewis lived up to all expectations and won four gold medals - the 100 meters, the 200 meters, the four 100 meter relay and the long jump. iAPfWide World Photol .f". l olympics 23 ,fa - i .. fl- w Ai- ,i ,. .ii GJ.,-. x A . 1 Z5 ' -Lhsih Campus expansion continues Despite a drop in enrollment, ASU continued to grow and expand in oth- er ways during 1984-1985. Two new dormitories were official- ly dedicated during the fall semester: Massie Residence Hall for Women, which has been open for two years, and Massie Residence Hall for Men, which opened in the fall of 1984.The twin dorms are named in honor of Robert and Mary Payne Massie, whose memorial foundation has pro- vided scholarships for West Texas students since the l930's. Construction continued through- out the year on the Nursing-Physical 24 Science Building. The S6 million structure will house the departments of nursing, physics and mathematics. In addition to offices, lecture halls, laboratories, and classrooms, the building will have a planetarium for the physics department and a com- puter lab for the math department. A program in applied physics pro- gram is designed for students who plan a career in electronics, petro- chemistry, or aviation. Two ASU organizations got good news during 1984-85. Block and Bri- dle became the third largest BSLB in the nation, smaller only to the chap- ters at Texas A8zM and Tarleton State. The Rodeo Club got a boost when it was given permission to co-sponsor a rodeo and gain National Intercolle- giate Rodeo Association eligibility. The club plans to co-sponsor their ro- deo in the fall of 1985. In other news, Randy Dale Mayo was convicted in the murder of ASU student Kimberly Sue Reeves on Jan. 31. Mayo was given the death penalty for the April 13, 1984 murder. - Gary Dulude Fl xx 'Wu Yr,,' ml """'v 6 """Yr rv, gd Q 'Y'Y'rrivn.,? The Nursing'Physical Science Building will open its doors for classes in the fall of 1985. The Massie Men's dorm provided an addi- tional 178 beds for students living on campus. A mid-January storm dumped six inches of snow on San Angelo and closed classes at ASU for the first. time in four years. 1Art Hanson Photos!ASU News Sz Information! asu news 25 Symposium examines Values ASU students and faculty took a look at the views, values, and a aspi- rations of Americans when the Uni- versity and the Honors Fraternity Council presented the University Symposium: "Perspectives on American Values." The Symposium brought speakers to enrich the academic environment by discovering the who, how, and why of the ways Americans have shaped their society. Three distinguished speakers gave lectures. Guest speakers were Dr. Elise Boulding of Dartmouth College and the University of Colorado, Dr. Peter French, Lennox Distinguished Professor at Trinity University, and Dr. William H. McNeill, Robert A. Millikan Distinguished Service Pro- fessor and instructor at the Universi- ty of Chicago. Dr. Boulding spoke on "Neighbor- hood Values in a Global Context" and said that "through the reinforcement of neighborhood values, and the link- ing of neighborhoods with common interests on a transnational basis, the U.S. can make a different kind of contribution to peace." Dr. French said that the outlook for women in business is good, and that big corpo- rations are considering women for all levels of management. Dr. McNeill spoke on "The Fron- tier and American Values," and said that all Americans want to be rich, free, equal, and virtuous." He added that all these are unattainable. Other speakers appeared through- out the fall semester. Among them were Dr. Bruce Chadwick, who spoke on his findings in the Middletown III study. Professor Charles Edgley of Okla- homa State University spoke on the new feminism. Dr. William Martin lectured on the popular religions and the role they played in the 1984 election. Sarah Weddington, known nation- ally as a leader in the fight for pro- gress for women, also spoke. 'Divo honors courses were offered with the Symposium. University Studies 3381 examined values and students participated in the Sympo- sium. It was taught by Dr. Phil Hol- comb. Dr. Paul Love took on Sociolo- gy 4381 which conducted a research survey of values in the San Angelo area. - Sami Harman l Y 5 li l ' uv 11 :::::Qf:,.'f5?Ef ' , 26 - ,- ui Dr. William McNeill, Dr. Elise Boulding, and Dr. Peter French enjoy audience inter-action during the public panel discussion. Dr. Ken Stewart, psycology and sociology de- partment head, visits with Dr. Boulding after her lecture. Most professors encouraged stu- dents' attendance during the Symposium. Dr. William Martin answers further questions after his lecture. Dr. Boulding lectures in the UC Ballroom. iArt Hanson Photos!ASU News Kz Informa! tionl 51 . , ...V-ve M-AQFQ-f ' .- -- vc. . . .. ,fog .v gqzxwxe W '- ' ' . ,.,, g NMA, A-""'rgX Q Q5, -'N ' fl Arts at Angelo State University presented "Rashomon" Nov. 6-11. The play was set in Kyoto, Japan about 1000 years ago. Ray Bacon played the bandit Tajo- maru who is accused of a murder. Three accounts are given on how the crime happened and the audience makes their own decision on which of the three reenactments is the truth. 'Rashomon' re-enacts murder Vernon McKinney played the priestg Daniel Nasworth, the wood- cutterg Josh Jones, the wig-makerg Brent Jenkins, the deputy: Jay Jones, Takehikog Goi Hongsakul, Kinumeg Christi Terrell, the motherg and Soma Reyes' the medlum' Goi Hongsakul played the wife Kmame and The play was produced by Drama Ray Bacon played the bandit Tajomaru 1Art Professor B111 Watts. Hanson PhotofASU News at Information! , ,cn . ,KNJ . wi 1 N In I I . 1 ,. f f x 4-O 28 rashomon , Graduate produces 'Terra N ova, I" . J r ff V x K I o W 'Ss ai. -PY "Terra Nova" was presented Feb. 8-12 in the Modular Theatre and was the thesis project of graduate student James Worley. Worley produced the play and was required to pay for salaries, royalties, costume rentals, and design the set all within the budget of 31500. The setting for "Terra Nova" is Antarctica and involves explorer Robert Falcon Scott and his men on their search for the South Pole. The play begins and ends in Scott's mind while he is dreaming right be- fore his death. Scott was played by Richard Nance. Other characters were Robyn Harlin as Kathleen Scott, Kenneth Fletcher as Ronald Amundsen, Todd Young as "Birdie" Bowers, Brent Jenkins as "Uncle Bill" Wilson, Dan- iel Nasworth as "Titus" Oates, and Josh Jones as "Taffy, Evans. Josh Jones, Daniel Nasworth, Richard Nance, Ken Fletcher, Brent Jenkins, and Todd Young enjoy the feast that Scott dreams they would have after reaching the South Pole. Scott tRichard Nancel holds the dying Josh Jones as Scotts wife Kathleen fRobyn Har- linl watches. tArt Hanson Photos!ASU News 8: Informationl UCPC brings Katherine Brady cannot stop talk- ing about incest, not until it stops. The author of Father's Day, the first book addressing the problem of incest, Brady spoke to an audience of about 170 in the UC Ballroom Oct. 9. Brady told the audience that one out of every three women is sexually abused during her life. Most abusers show no outward signs of their dis- turbed emotional states she said. Incest victims, on the other hand, do show outward signs of their abuse. Children may act out their abuse with others or may include genitals or weapons in their drawings Brady . said. 'i Brady involved the audience in ' three skits that demonstrated differ- ent forms of sexual abuse of women. One type of abuse affecting college women Brady called "date acquaint- ance rape." Brady explained that this happens when a woman is pressured into having sex with a man she has just met and dated. This often hap- pens, she said, when dorm doors are locked and the woman must stall her date until help arrives. Brady said her own father began sexually abusing her at 14, and that the abuse continued for 10 years. It was not until the publication of her book that her mother found out. The lecturer uses the name K'Kath- erine Brady" to protect her family. She was the second the UCPC wom- en speakers series. Kathryn Brady includes senior history major Rodney Galles in one of her skits. lJim Al- bright l3liolf1J 30 Women speakers S 'Nl X n K . . .431- ' ': -1 A V A- h . w g -, . :- WH- ' A '01 53 e,-if 9 Dr. Ruth shatters sexu "Anything two consenting adults do in their bedroom, living room, or kitchen floor is alright with me," said Psycho-sexual therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer during her Nov. 26 speech in the UC Ballroom. Westheimer, known to audiences as Dr. Ruth, spoke on everything from aphrodisiacs to abortion during her two-hour lecture before a group of 1,200 spectators. Although laced with humor, West- heimer's speech concentrated on in- forming the group about serious sex- ual matters many would have been afraid or embarrassed to ask about. ,KX Despite all of the recent education- al shows about human sexuality, Westheimer said there is still a great deal of ignorance on the topic. Westheimer has her own program, "Good Sex," on the Lifetime net- work, which is locally seen on cable channel 8. She is also the author of the book Dr. Ruth's Guide to Good Sex, and the host of the radio show "Sexually speaking." "If I can prevent one pregnancy from happening ithrough my teach- ingl, then I've done myjob," she said. Many of the questions she is asked she said, are based on beliefs stem- Dr. Ruth Westheimers appearance was the last of the UCPC Women Speakers Series lDavid Lozano Photol Although small in stature. Dr. Ruth's speech was big in content. lDavid Lozano Photol al m ths ming from old wive's tales and sexual myths. Toward the end of her speech, Westheimer showed a film on aphro- disiacs and answered questions from the audience. Her parents were killed in the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz dur- ing WWII, and she spent her adoles- cence in a Swiss orphanage. She said that the bad experience caused many of the orphans to go into "helping professions." - Alex Draughon dr. ruth 31 wi 'V is al X 4-, ..-.H Jil! 3 inn." -AL .. Ik 4' 1 r J Fort celebrates Christmas Christmas at Old Fort Concho is one of the many added attractions San Angelo provides those living here. The three-day event, held Nov. 30- Dec. 1, 1984, serves as a fundraising project for the Fort Concho Museum and National Historic Landmark, and is one ofthe primary San Angelo Christmas celebrations. Over 2,000 volunteers colorfully light and decorate the Fort for Christmas, and set up the hundreds of booths where arts, crafts, home- made baked goods, jellies and jams are sold. This year an estimated 38,000 peo- ple enjoyed the fort's grounds and en- tertainment, making 1984 a record- breaking year in attendance and money raised. A drama was presented on Dec. 1, and depicted San Angelo and Fort Concho history. Young girls performed a traditional Mexican dance during the Heritage Pageant. "A Fort Concho Christmas Carol" included reenactments of the Christmas festivities in the fort's early days. "Ballet Azteca" recognized San Angelo's Mexican heritage. iArt Hanson Photos!ASU News 8: Information? 5 'I My . .Ak ,af .- 1 ' I 4 V 'G 1 ...,.,f' mf. 1 I wr- ' x K. Hr' Q . M X, 1 -- E-.mf -. 32 Extras K vin.. W ..,,, i in-l in X It is the extras that make college life more interesting. ASU students are bombarded with extra activities designed to improve their college ex- perience. The University and other individ- ual groups bring many speakers, en- tertainers, and things to do to spice up the semesters. Main attractions during Homecoming Week were the two performances of Michael Martin Murphy. tArt Hanson Photo!ASU News Sz Informationl Homecoming duchesses Becky Benge, Robin Campbell. Torrie Stauber, Emily King, and Becky Sanders were presented during the "Big Show." r ation's issues discussed The election year brought many speakers to ASU during the fall se- mester. Among these was U.S. Repre- sentative Tom Loeffler. Tim Weatherby, College Republi- cans president. said he asked Loeffler to speak at ASU because he is a high- ranking Republican in Congress, and most of ASU's students live in Loeffler's 21st district. The congressman spent most. of his time at ASU campaigning in support of President Reagan's re-election. Loeffler said that people should see "theres no question President Rea- gan and Vice-President Bush have brought us back" to a better position than former President Carter and Vice President Mondale. He said that Reagan has accom- plished this by reducing federal spending and providing the nation with a stronger defense. During the afternoon endorsement of President Reagan, Loeffler also took time to do a little campaigning for his own campaign and pledged his continued support of the president. NASA astronaut and space shuttle pilot Col. Joe Engle also spoke to ASU students in the fall. He offered students insight into the National Aeronautics and Space Administra- tion's shuttle program. Engle was the commander for the second orbital test flight ofthe Space Shuttle Columbia, which was launched from Kennedy Space Cen- ter on Nov. 12, 1981. This major flight included the first tests in space of the 50-foot remote manipulator arm as well as 29 flight test maneu- vers. A native of Chapman, Kan., Engle received his bachelor of science de- gree in aeronautical engineering from the University of Kansas in 1955. He was commissioned through the Uni- versity of Kansas Air Force RCTC program. Prior to his selection for the astronaut program, Engle was a test pilot in the X-15 program at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. 34 United Campus Ministries was the setting for Lt. Col. Paul Lang's dis- cussion on world peace. Lang, head of the ASU Aerospace Studies Program, addressed the issue in the Ministries' Christian forum on war and peace. 'LPeace conventions will not limit nuclear weapons," he said. "A little more than good intentions are need- ed, although they are important." "All nations must have reasonable international goals and I think there are a lot. of people being unreasonable in international expectations," Lang said. "But deterrence is a two-sided street," Lang said. "We cannot mili- tarily stop things we do not like, be- cause others have the same power." "My point of view is sincerely felt. People in uniform are doing their best," Lang said. "They have a lot more interest in national security than in anything else and I would like you to walk away with the feeling that your country is acting pretty re- sponsiblyf' - Lisa Musser, Rita Andolsen Loeffler used his appearance before the Col- lege Republicans to campaign for President Reagan and Vice President Bush. tB. Sanders Photol Astronaut Joe Engle informed students of the benefits of NASA's space shuttle program. tMike Howell Photol Lt. Col. Lang spoke on the militarys role in keeping world peace. tJohn Keefer Photol Comedian emcees talent show Nine acts highlighted the Second Annual Talent Show, sponsored by the UCPC Entertainment Commit- tee. Oct. 2. First prize of 34100 went to Dan Racher. a sophomore from Dallas, for his performance of "Tracy's Song" this own compositionl and Lionel Ri- chie's "Truly". Racher accompanied himself on the piano. When asked what he would do with the money, Racher replied that he would probably spend it pledging his fraternity and as production money for his own vocal recordings. Second prize ofFB50 went to ajunior biology major from Killeen, Khadi Knowles. Knowles sang two selec- Kenny Jones performs his mime routine. lArt Hanson Photo!ASU News Zi lnformationl 36 ucpc talent show tions from the broadway musical "The Wiz," titled "Be A Lion" and "lf You Believe." Third prize and 51425 were awarded to a senior theatre major from Brownfield, Kenny Jones. Jones per- formed a comical mime routine about a butterfly. Special guest at the show was 1984 Campus Comedian Tom Parks. Parks, who recently contracted to do a Home Box Office special with George Carlin, entertained the audi- ence with his unique brand of humor before the show and between the acts, serving as master of ceremonies. Parks commented after the show, "Everyone did real greatg I enjoyed it." Among the campus comedy Parks presented, the audience learned what not to eat in the campus cafeteria and what always to take to a nude beach. Judges for the talent show included KBIL morning air personality Marti Rowg Head of the Department of Art and Music, Dr. Charles Robisong and KIXY program director Jay Mi- chaels. According to Michaels, the contes- tants were judged on a 1-10 point sys- tem over stage presence, audience ap- peal and professionalism. - Susan Williamson '51- -P' Bi fy' Tom Parks. the 1983 Campus Comedian, per- forms his routine of college-related humor. 413. Sanders Photo? Khadi Knowles sings her selections from the musical 'The Whiz." 1Art Hanson Pho- to!ASU News Sz Information? 37 l Plessala's symposium ess y wins Laurie Plessala, junior French ma- jor. took first prize ot' 3100 in the es- say contest sponsored by the Univer- sity Symposium Committee. The contest was offered in con- junction with the Symposium on American Values held at ASU in Oc- tober. Dr. Terence Dalrymple, com- mittee chairman and assistant. pro- fessor in English, said only six people entered the contest. Second place and 5575 went to Da- vid Ramirez, senior journalism ma- jor, and the third place award of 5550 was taken by Lee Elise Wheat, senior physical education major. The general topic of the contest was "Perspectives on American Val- ues," but the specific topic was open. Dalrymple said although not many students participated in the contest, a wide variety of topics were covered. These ranged from abortion, freedom of the press and discovery of peace to cultural adversity. Dalrymple said there was also a wide variety in the majors of students who participated. These included students from French, journalism, physical education and sociology. The contest judges, from an inter- disciplinary committee, included one Dean of the College of Liberal and Fine Arts James Holland shakes hands with winning es- sayist Laurie Plessala. lTricia Miller Photol Dr. Charles Endress. history department head, Dr. Terence Dalrymple, assistant pro- fessor of English, and Vice President for Aca- demic Affairs Bob Holcomb congratulate Lau- rie Plessala on her winning essay. lArt Han- son Photo!ASU News Sz Information! 38 1- '- l T 4, '--- X V X N Ml, , 'S X representative from each of the three colleges on campus, one member of the administration, and a graduate student. Mike Ryan, assistant to the presi- dent and a member of the committee, said the judges read over each essay Q' .34 several times, and basically looked to see "how Well the student handled their topic from a writing stand- point." - Lisa Musser '4 Q-, if NA.. ixg 1, 5 -.1173 LLLL EJ' ..--f i .j F Senior English major Rachel -Jenkins shows 5-Gi? QSM, off her Presidential Award pin. lArt Hanson ' ff' ' 3 W' A K 5 Photo!ASU News Sz Informationl Jenkins receives highest of honors Senior English major Rachel Jen- kins could be called a student of many talents and interests. In the eyes of the Academic Excellence Committee, she was the best choice for the 1985 Presidential Award, the highest honor given at Angelo State University. The Presidential Award is present- ed annually to the senior student for "superior academic achievement and accomplishment in the University's total program." Rachel had a cumulative 3.99 grade point average and was an active member of numerous organizations including Alpha Chi, Sigma Tau Del- ta, Alpha Mu Gamma and Sigma Al- pha lota. She performed with the marching band, symphonic band, basketball pep band, and jazz band. She is also a member of the Sierra Club and Cousteau Society. She has been a Carr Academic scholarship recipient and on the Uni- versity's honor roll since 1981. She was also named in the 1984-85 Who's Who in America's Colleges and Uni- versities. Dr. Phillip Holcomb, associate professor of English and chairman of the Academic Excellence Committee said when the English Department picked Rachel, "they were looking for Alvin: ,Mfg , Q-' 1 f----A . . . .,.,.-.,.-gS,:1,Q2SivE5v l ' -'-:a.3-:v.sf--.:"-::.:- ' . :.. --,.-.,.-fats the best all around student," and one that is "the best of the best." Rachel's interests out of college are to either pursue a masteris degree or attend law school. She calls herself an "avid conservationistu and enjoys camping and hiking. Other nominees for the Presiden- tial Award were Dacia Kay Loudamy, Deborah Lynn Bloys, Melody Mc- Donald, Valerie Ann Engelbracht, Michael Erwin Kiesling, James R. Pulliam, Daniel Lewis Harrington, Robin Turner Ritchey, Ben Louis Wilde, and Christopher B. Cunning- ham. - Susan Ryan, Gary Dulude ASU President Dr. Lloyd Vincent presents a plaque to senior English major Rachel Jen- kins, winner of the 1985 Presidential Award. lArt Hanson PhotofNews Sz Informationl presidential award 39 Who's Who honors achievers Angelo State added 45 students to the 1985 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges. Students were chosen on their aca- demic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extra-cur- ricular activities, and future poten- tial. A committee of ASU faculty members and editors of the annual directory elected the students. Honored at the Who's Who recep- tion were: James Edward Albright, Jr., journalism, Judy Kaye Brown, psychology, Roger D. Carlile, ac- counting, Christopher Brian Cun- ningham, mathematics, Lisa Gayle Lee Curnutt, finance, Judy Dittmar, physical education, Joseph Alex- 'nder Draughon, journalism, Caro- lyne Ann Droll, accounting, Bennie Howell English, government, Valerie Ann Engelbrecht, chemistry, Ronald Jay Foos, psychology, Janis Fuchs, nursing, Annabelle Gonzales, phys- ical education, Brad Clifton Hardin, finance, Cindy Marie Harrell, phys- ical education, Daniel Lewis Har- rington, computer science, Velinda Ann Harrington, history, Michael Erwin Kiesling, finance, Kim Madi- son Lamphere, elementary educa- tion, Gina Renae Lane, government, Bradley Doyne Mclvor, mathemat- ics, Charla L. Markham, English, Bobbi Faye Martin, physical educa- tion, Sally Ann Mickle, elementary education, Angela Moor, govern- ment, Meredith Jolene Morrow, speech, Kathleen P. O'Dwyer, ele- mentary education, Linda Kaye Pa- lumbo, mathematics, Phillip W. Parker, finance, Laurie Plessala French, Campbell Scott Porter, ani- mal science, David Reynolds, ac- counting, Lisa Michele Ridout, fi- nance, Bridget Ranee Robinson, gov- ernment, Sharon Robison, accounting, Pamela Joy Spring, Eng- lish, Victoria K. Stauber, accounting, Suzanne Lynn Stroher, finance, Kathleen Talafuse, chemistry, Mary Tschirhart, accounting, Robin Renee Turner, elementary education, Dan- ny Ray Villalva, accounting, Lee Elise Wheat, physical education, Ben Louis Wilde, animal science, and Su- zanne L. Wolcott, nursing. - Jim Albright y r , ' J . V 'JX,c.. '- .ij '1dv.'x'5""'x"'Y.l h 'fi nik. PS1 we-Q , . . dw f - V s . u .-'I g , b g- . l s-Ki A' Tami, . Aff: X 'EK f 'N '1 t.1 -f .. j - : k ik p el, ' -3' Q-ffm ,sg .2 fi hs-if. Qui 'IDR ' B A-Q5 gl ' as. .... ,:.e.- :...trfff sul! -f - ' The 45 students named to Who's Who pose outside the UC with president Vincent after receiving their awards. Students and parents attended the reception honoring the recipients. 40 who's who ,. ,...,. ,...-V 4 . Ben Wilde, a senior animal science major, re- ceives his award from President Vincent. tDa- vid Lozano Photosl '51- Bands entertain with spring concerts The University Auditorium rang with the sounds ofthe ASU Concert and Symphonic Bands on April 25. The Concert Band was led by As- sistant Director ot'Bands, David Fen- nell. The band performed the Folk Song Suite, Portraits from "LaPeri- chole" This Old Man f A Musical Travelogue, and others. The Symphonic Band also took part in the Spring Concert and was conducted by Harris Brinson, direc- tor of bands. The band played the Childrens March from "Over the Hills and Far Away," Slaval, and three other ar- rangements. The ASU Symphonic Band trav- elled around the state during their 1985 Concert Tour, performing at Tarleton State University in Ste- phenville, Crowley High School, Grapevine High School, Boswell High School in Saganaw, Richland High School in Fort Worth and Jacksboro High School. - Sami Harman Margaret Somereve and Chris Dell play their flutes during the Concert Bands performance in the Spring Concert. tMike Howell Photol Harris Brinson conducts the Symphonic Band during a performance on March 3. tArt Hanson Photo!ASU News 8: Informationl RCTC marches before presldent Each year, Angelo State's ROTC Detachment S47 culminates the year with its Presidential Pass-In-Review. The pass-in-review, which is held in honor ot' ASU President Lloyd D. Vincent. serves as an end of the year military review of the troops. ln May, the cadets marched before the President and special guests Col. Chalmers Carr. and Lt. Col. and Mrs. Paul Lang. A special added attraction was a P- 51 Mustang plane from the Confed- erate Air Force which tlew overhead. Lt. Col. Lang and President Vincent stand and view the troops. fDavid Lozano Photol The POC Flight. led by Joey Campanelli, march past the review stand. tArt Hanson Photo!ASU News 8: Information? Q .ri 'HL 1 "A I ' ,.,if is Xl ,,11"'E,+'f' -1'f'f'WfbiifJP ' -' 1 ' ..4 -. 42 nn llll U i l . llllllllllnnn lllllllllllnnl pnncullllllu 'P'-5-pvq.-5-5,-,K 'Z ,f. N33-R . F 1 ,V-xr.. fan- .z4f..'5",. ,.- - -hlll The entire Detachment 847 stand at atten- tion. The Ram Guards carry the Colors during the pass-in-review. fArt Hanson Photos!ASU News 8: Information? 43 UC raises hunger issue The l'nited Campus Ministries brought the issue of the starving in Africa to ASL' during March and April. Panelists for the discussion held March 28 were Dr. James Holland, dean of the college of liberal and fine arts: the Rev. Bob l-luie. co-pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Mason: Dr. Charles W. Livingston, professor at the Texas A8:lVl Research Center: Dr. Nlechel Paggi, extension economist in international trade and transportation at Texas .ASTNII Nancy Epstein, executive di- rector of the state Senate subcom- mittee on hunger and nutrition: and Dr. Ken Stewart, chairman of the psychology and sociology depart- ment. The symposium was the highlight of a semester-long UCM program which consisted of weekly forums that addressed the issues of hunger, peace and justice. Tom Jones. program assistant for CCM. said the purpose of the sympo- sium was to help people lay a proper foundation for their actions and atti- tudes regarding hunger. On March 21. the symposium featured Dr. Milo Shannon-Thorn- berry. director of Alternatives. a non- profit organization providing re- sources and encouragement for re- sponsible living. "We are just ten years into a period of history when the leaders of most nations and the well-fed minorities of the world understand that malnutri- tion is the greatest and fastest grow- ing cause of disease. disability. and death in the world." Shannon- Thornberry said. He said it was not until British camera crews went to Ethiopia in the fall of 1984 that the world began to see the horror unfolding there. Shan- non-Thornberry said although much has happened in response to this cri- sis in the past ten years. the prospects for the future are not bright. "ln Africa. 150 million people in 27 countries are affected and 335 million are in danger of starvation." he said. 44 l The problem of hunger also hits close to home, as revelaed by a 1975 study which reported that 1.5 million infants and children under the age of five in the U.S. were sufficiently un- dernourished so that normal brain development was inhibited. Added to those are the numbers of recently un- employed people who will join the list of the hungry. "There are those tucked away on Indian reservations, in migrant worker camps. in former plantation regions and sharecropper shacks, on downtown streets. They are the old and the very young. the men, women and children whose stomachs are rar- ely full and whose bodies are never properly nourished." L'From a global perspective, there is no shortage of foodg people simply do not have enough money to buy food which is available," Shannon-Thorn- berry said. "There is also a direct link between the concentration of 70 per- cent of the world's income in the hands of 30 percent of the population and the impoverishment of the other 70 percent." Shannon-Thornberry said that each nation must decide that provid- ing adequate nutrition for all its peo- ple is among its highest of national priorities. - Rita Andolsen Q 'Six Vx ' 11-:Xi TRN ' v was N asqqiws 5"YfEf'.'l,l2,QS:' 'w ixxxx Y9if:33,'f-I1:"V':'? . 1 -wQr .rN2ksv11.5:1'S::- .- 1- xg: , X. YXM.-wgx . sw f. sw- K- ., + w,s-::'s-:s.- - -. .- - V. ,h -I --qg5k,N.q:- -xxx' 15 -- QTL 31? vqlfsg- 1 , lE:514:"? fx x 4.x rslyqlkyx -'X N XNQ.:sQ.s5-. , K Wsssw .xskkwslwwq 1 ' A Q. "w4f'.Xq-.Q rxi5wNQs 'X is ie.EiQfX1'f' -s '11 : -...gf ,,g',:g: '- ., -:X ' ':iL r' b g ' - ' ' x as-fvbs-"X?4',s Niki N5-5--sf.-X.-:X-x P- ' - ' X RSF-:'QsQi4SSf:'xl-::'., Xszsisgy:-Sg.'-rzgtgt, is 'w msg- fs- -, -5-.:.i-N-sissgq-.sa -swims.-ss X s ' ' -rzb. -Mwzf-zxff.--.r.-5 ...ls , , -X -.f."i:E'-s-8115-32-XX -:fra-zbtcrg-:-sixg.fg:s:'--J V s . 1-1.f:':f-swan X5-X:gc'e1g3::1X'-.-r :Q ...Q ,fiziiiigx Q: eng. -- - -,:- --X.:--Wg .954 X-'swiss , ,. 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Dr. Livingston is a professor at the Texas ASLM Research Center. 1Mike Howell Photosl Hunger Symposium 45 Students walk and run for charit Another phase ofthe United Cam- pus Ministries hunger symposium activity was the Crop Walk which was held on Good Friday, April 5. Crop is the name given to community hunger education and fund-raising events sponsored by Church World Service, an international relief org? nization. The walk was officially sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance of San Angelo and the UCM served as re- cruiters and coordinators. "Since we are sponsoring the hun- ger symposium, we decided to 'plug in' to the Crop Walk," said Tom Jones. program assistant for the UCM. "Usually Crop works through local churches, but in this case, we feel that the campus is our church." Proceeds from the walk went to Church World Service. Three- fourths of the money raised was sent by the CWS to its African program and other projects. The remainder of the money was returned to San Ange- lo to be used by the San Angelo Food Bank and Project Dignidad, which distributes food to people in emer- gencies. - Rita Andolsen -. . r- W H -A, gg. Q - V Q , run..- 1--7 -- Q mg. ts, " LE .M I I ' ff mr' . 1--'- U' x .x Q x fix 1 46 crop walk ......k Crop Walkers carried a large wooden cross on their trek. Proceeds benefitted both Africans and the hungry in Sari Angelo. tArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sz Informationl H .. may film, - . mfr .ms er. ,A . . 4 - s .. ..-ew-'Q qggfgidag a ge ' Y I W! Q 'X .. . A5 X-gy-X ',.-ya Pa' s 'X --?..., -.....: .............. .V 1, : "jrXs...Lv?w'g fy -.-1. -........--- yifsq, BPT- . XS :V . ---..-............... 955 :--X rzgixfegbf X5 Ax ""'-"' -... ""-"-1"-1-.-.-..- S I i. if. is-we . kit- A, XX, - 1.1.4 1--..........""""""' M NX : . .mv " f - '-gf-zu :L-,,,--:-,,---....- x , ,LQ g ., ,sv Q. --i............... A Vx. K """"--..i""-"...-'i l - X. . nys -- .: f 1 s -Vik f- Q . , . As Pwfvf ' . 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The 3.1-mile-run, sponsored by lo- cal businesses, raised S32500 to benefit the San Angelo Crimestop- pers program. T-shirts were awarded to the 64 participants who were divided into various age groups. The runners started at Picnic Bend Park on Park Drive and continued to a point past the Santa Fe golf course and then re- turned to the park. - Pam Roberts This runner does his part in helping the San Angelo Crimestoppers. Alpha Phi Omega members Twila Dunavant and Cathy Carpenter organize prizes and tro- phies during the Omegathon. lMike Howell Photosl omegathon 47 Black Heritage celebrated Debbie Jones was crowned as the 1985 Ms. Ebony to conclude Black Heritage Week at ASU in February. Jones, an undeclared sophomore from Midland, won in a field of eight contestants. Lynnett Moore, secretary and pub- licity chairman of the Neo-Lea Soci- ety, said, "Being our second go- round. putting on the pageant was a real pleasure. Tracy Edwards, vice- president of the Neo-Lea, worked so hard at this pageant that she deserves a lot of credit." Sonja White of Lubbuck won Ms. Congeniality, Charlotte Jacobs of Killeen won second runner-up and The nine-member band Inn-O-Vation jams to their music during their concertfdance that kicked off Black Heritage Week at ASU in February. t-John Keefer Photo! 48 Danielle Smith of Washington, D.C. won first runner-up. Jones received the highest score on talent by singing 5'Home" by Diana Ross. The Black Heritage Week at ASU was part of the local celebration of National Black History Month which takes place every year during February. The main organizers of the activi- ties were the Neo-Lea Society, the Black Organization Striving for Suc- cess QBOSSJ and the Generation of Faith. Black Heritage Week was officially proclaimed by ASU President Dr. Lloyd Vincent at a noon ceremony Feb. 18. He designated the week from Feb. 18 to Feb. 23 as the official com- memoration time. However, activities for the week began Feb. 16 as the nine-member band Inn-O-Vation played at a con- certfdance in the U.C. Ballroom. The campus black organizations also heard a variety of local speakers including Benjamin Hooks, execu- tive director ofthe National Associ- ation for the Advancement of Col- ored People. - Alex Draughon N... ig?" i Sophomore Debbie Jones reacts after being crowned Ms. Ebony 1985 at the close of Black Heritage Week. iJohn Keefer Photol black heritage Week 49 Blacks' journey not o er Benjamin L. Hooks. executive di- rector ofthe National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. said Tuesday. Feb. 19 that blacks need to "vote dream. try, and be- lieve" to succeed. Hooks spoke to a near capacity crowd in the CC Ballroom. The LCPC Speakers committee brought the NAACP head as part of Black Heritage Week at ASU. Hooks, an ordained Baptist Minis- ter. used his humor and evangelical speaking style to remind blacks that though great strides have been made in racial equality, the journey is tar from over. The former chairman ofthe Feder- al Communications Commission quoted Frederick Douglass who said: "Slaves cannot vote themselves free, but free men can vote themselves slaves." Throughout his speech, Hooks stressed the importance of voting. saying that a man with a Ph.D. that does not vote is a "phenomenal duncef' He also said that it is a disgrace for blacks not to vote now that there is no danger in doing so, as opposed to when blacks used to risk their lives to vote. Hooks said that blacks need to dream. Quoting Langston Hughes. he said, "Never lose hold of your dreams for without them life is like a broken winged bird that can't fly." The civil rights leader also chided the Reagan administration calling it "a nightmare, not a dream," he said. Hooks added, however, that he did not think of President Reagan as a racist. "Blacks have always believed in the American dream," said Hooks, who was the first black criminal court judge in Memphis. "Blacks have fought and died in every American war because they believe in the American Dream," he said. 4- Robert F. Gault Hooks said that student loan cuts are bad for both blacks and whites and. that Nlfthey tstu- dentsl don't pay the loans back they should be thrown in jail." tGiles Smith Photol President Lloyd D, Vincent poses with Benja- min L. Hooks before his lecture. tMike Howell Photol 50 ii v-v'i..4f' Q .TQ1 'H 15' ye: ,au A J , , 4 - -'gr' ' " . Mexican dancers from San Angelo performed during the variety show on April 24. Mexicans celebrate culture Also celebrating their individual heritage were Mexican-American students at ASU who sponsored a week of activities April 22-26. University President Dr. Lloyd D. Vincent signed the resolution pro- claiming the week Mexican-Ameri- can Week at ASU. With this procla- mation, the University declared its desire to promote a greater apprecia- tion for the many distinct achieve- ments of Mexican-Americans and to focus attention on their numerous contributions to our state and nation. The week also gave students, facul- ty and staff the opportunity to be- come better informed about the im- portant accomplishments of Mexi- can-American citizens and their contributions to the development and enrichment of our American heritage and culture. The group began their celebration with a dance at Holy Angels Catholic Church on Friday, April 19. Around 200 people from ASU and the com- munity attended. Throughout the week, Association of Mexican-American students tempted students in the UC Circula- tion Court with mexican sweet bread, tamales and nachos. Wednesday April 24 featured a Fi- esta Night in the UC Ballroom where the community participated in cul- tural dances and a variety show. On Thursday, an arts and crafts exhibit appeared in the UC and showed works of students from San Angelo schools in kindergarten through twelfth grades. All proceeds from the activities went toward a scholarship that AMAS gives one deserving member each year. The week came to a close on Friday with their end-of-the-year banquet. - Rita Andolsen, Sami Harman fix Sandra Lomas fired past her challenger Dan ny Munoz in the -Jalapeno Eating Contest tArt Hanson Photos!ASU News Sz Informa tionl mexican-american week 51 aoler blasts government Consumer rights advocate Ralph Nader informed an audience of about 200 of ways to protect themselves as consumers in an April speech in the University Center Ballroom. In his speech, Nader was critical on issues ranging from hot dogs to gov- ernment. The hot dog industry is puttingjust about anything into their ingredients and getting away with it, he said. Nader said little effort is made to keep the industry in check, but those individuals who make such attempts usually get a response from manufac- turers like "no one forces you to buy them." Nader said the way to make an im- pact on the industry was to fight as a group rather than as an individual. The first step in regulation is to form a group with common inten- tions Nader said. Nader stressed the importance of consumer power. Businesses don't fret over a silent public, he said, and a strong consumer voice will keep in- dustry on its toes. He told his audi- ence to ask questions. Consumers should not only ask questions be- cause it is their right, but they should also feel it is their responsibility. According to Nader, not only will a strong consumer voice keep busin- esses in line, it will also keep govern- ment employees in line. In a press conference held prior to his speech, Nader said the consum- er's top priority is to keep a perpetual eye on their congressmen. Nader said that congressmen are urged to make their voting records available to citizens in their area, but only three ofthe 435 congressmen ac- tually do. San Angelo's congressman, Tom Loeffler, does not, but Nader re- vealed his record. Nader said Loeffler was the worst in Texas in voting for consumer protection laws. He is in the bottom ten percent nationally and has opposed all consumer protec- tion bills except one during his stint in Washington Nader said. 52 N' an-w Nader also commented on his fa- vorite topic: President Ronald Rea- gan. Nader said Reagan is in the posi- tion of president today because of his false front and appealing appearance. He said if people really knew the facts on Reagan, Mondale would have made a more successful run at the presidency. Nader said Reagan has a knack for crediting himself for the good and blaming others for the bad. He criticized Reagan for permitting the export of products deemed not fit for American consumption but fit for other countries. He said he is also re- X , Q.. -.,i-gtk. 51 -"-:::.1f1'-.p.'3:,,5 Q4 X - Q - EliS5-i3iQ1i3'3ei2'1a?fQX Y . Age , fs- ' fs .52-s Q sw. .xg xx X.. J in 45. an -.x- Ns, -as ,H ,QIRQ ,. .X ,1 ax igqsygxcl 2. .wt 'X ands-. - 'wmssrss sponsible for inadequate inspections of poultry products. Nader urged all students to exer- cise their right to vote, pointing out that college students have the worst voting percentages in America. He also encouraged students to evaluate their plans for the future and make an impact on society. - Paul Freeman Melton "Public Citizen" Ralph Nader lectured and answered questions for three hours. Albee 'junksi theaters "We have a very healthy theater tin Americaj, but it's not on Broad- way," said playwright Edward Albee, who lectured on "The Playwright vs. The Theater" on April 18 in the ASU Auditorium. He said the Broadway producers "don't want to take a chance on the good stuff." He said the best works being done are in the universities and community playhouses. "The stuff they do in the commercial theater. . . is a bunch of junk," Albee said. Albee is best remembered for the movie based on his play 'tWho's Afraid of Virginia Woolf." He said he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for the play, but that the prize was taken back because of the controversial na- ture of that play. He has since been awarded two Pulitzers for his works "A Delicate Balance" and "Sea- scape" "I think I have two-and-a- half Pulitzer Prizes." He said "no play of mine has ever gotten unanimous reviews." He said a play is doing its job as long as it doesn't "leave you with less than you started." Albee said he had been on the col- lege lecture circuit for about 20 years. He said he enjoys the workshops with the students because "They've got a kind of spontaneity to them." He said the spontaneity often leads him to think of things in a new light. Albee began writing at the age of six, but didn't have his first play pro- duced until the age of 28. Albee who is now in his mid-50's, said that he has no plans to retire. He said that he always has ideas for three or four plays rolling around in his mind all the time. Albee also held a workshop in the Education Building on April 17 for drama students, helping them devel- op their acting techniques and giving them an idea of what an author ex- pects a character to be. - Alex Draughon Edward Albee appeared on campus through the sponsorship of the UCPC Arts Commit- tee. tAlix Jeffry Photo! 53 Mark Weiner and his puppets, the Weiner- ettes, perform improvisational comedy and puppeteering at ASU. tMike Howell Photol is L ,. - gf'-3"i2C Weiner involves audience Marc Weiner and his puppets, the Weinerettes, performed in February at the University Center Ballroom before a small group of about 70 peo- ple. Weiner specializes in improvisa- tional comedy and puppeteering. During his act, Weiner did every- thing from squirting members of the audience with a spray bottle to liter- ally chasing a media cameraman out of the ballroom. His comedy is based on audience participation and improvised props that he finds on the stage. The first two-thirds of his show was spent doing comedy on, with, at and in the audience. At one point he was using a child 54 from the audience as a puppet. Many of his jokes were based on his microphone stand. It became an oil pump, the plunger for an explosive, a helicopter, a satellite receiving sta- tion and an electronic device to check for dust and dead bugs on the ledge of the ballroom ceiling. The short, balding, bug-eyed New Yorker called two members of the au- dience on the stage to participate in his routine, however, once they were on stage, he did so many other jokes that the main sketch was lost and he never really used the people. One joke he made about his balding head was "I'm not going bald. I'm converting to solar energy." He said he often holds fire drills for himself in his New York apartment. He said he never knows when he's going to have to leave one. The puppets in his act were differ- ent from standard puppets. His pup- pets were hand puppets but his hand went into the puppet through its head. He used his fingers to control the puppet's arms and feet and has a string connected to its mouth that he controlled with his other hand. Most of his puppet routines were set to music. One black puppet was carrying a tiny aluminum foil "ghetto blaster". When the puppet dropped the radio, the music stopped until he picked it back up. - Alex Draughon ..-K2 If in sw DeLuca's act Comedian-hypnotist Tom DeLuca returned to ASU for the second straight year in April performing for a crowd of about 700 The 31 year old entertainer held the crown captive with light witty humor and a hvpnotlsm displav The program began with a slide presentation which poked fun at un usual town names and celebrities DeLuca then subjected volunteers to var1ous tests in a comical attempt to prove that psychic phenomena ex lsted Following the comedv portion of the program and a brief intermisslon DeLuca called for sixteen vol unteers from the audience to undergo hypnotism The volunteers were seated in a semi circle and told to Q hypnotizing close their eyes and relax. The New York native then repeatedly urged the volunteers to take deep breaths and relax . . . relax . . . relax. After a few minutes, DeLuca told the volunteers that when he counted to five, they would awake and begin laughing. At the count of five, the vol- unteers sat up and began laughing. DeLuca followed this feat with others, such as having volunteers stretch, forget their names, and act like they were five years old. The vol- unteers complied with what they were told to do, although when De- Luca asked them ifthey thought they had been hypnotized, the group re- sponded negatively throughout the program. - Elvin Putman Comedian-hypnotist Tom DeLuca entertains his audience during his ASU performance. DeLuca's hypnotism volunteers relax as in- structed. tDavid Lozano Photos? 55 WhiteHeart jams for Jesus WhiteHeart. one of the hottest contemporary Christian rock groups in the nation. thumped into San An- gelo in April and entertained many ASU students. Alpha Omega, a Christian service organization at Angelo State, brought WhiteHeart to the area as a forerunner for their Music Fest '85. WhiteHeart has been touted as the next king of Christian rock. Some of their fans, as well as some of their critics, have prophesied their re- placement ofthe current king, Petra. Formed in the fall of 1981, White- Heart consists of six members that "were drawn together by a common dream," according to their press re- lease. That dream was to use their musical talents in the service offlesus Christ. The band chose the name of WhiteHeart to "reflect their desire to consistently strive for a clean, pure and 'white' heart in their artistry and throughout their lives." They've put out three albums and WhiteHeart keyboardist Mark Gersmehljams for Jesus during their San Angelo appearance. The Christian rock band WhiteHeart brought their musical message to San Angelo and many ASL' students in April. tMike Howell Photosl 56 whiteheart are on tour with their latest cut, "Hotline" Their first two albums were "WhiteHeart" and the critical- ly-acclaimed "Vital Signs." The band creates a fresh sound with a diverse blend of contemporary pop, rhythm and blues, and rock. They use their music as a ministry of the Lord and encourage Christians through their songs. WhiteHeart. consists of guitarist Gordon Kennedy, vocalist Scott Douglas, bass-player Gary Lunn, drummer David Huff, keyboardist Mark Gersmehl and writerfpro- ducerfguitarist Bill Smiley. They describe their directions and goals with these words, "We are not stars . . . we are servants. We have a responsibility to share a message, but it is also a joy and a privilege. Hope- fully we can show the world that Christians can have fun. Most of all, we want to continue to allow Him to use us to change lives." - Gene Powell Russian born pianist Ariel tickles the ivories at ASU in April. tJohn Keefer Photol Russian pianist entertains in his own way Russian-born pianist Ariel enter- tained a crowd of about 100 people, but few students when he performed at ASU in April. Ariel introduced himself saying, HI am Russian. Wait. Don't throw toma- toes at me. I am a good Russian. I pay taxes? The 29-year-old, who is now a Houston resident, mixed wit with tal- ented hands and tickled the ivories with contemporary and classical mu- sic. He introduced his second number, Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake," and added with tongue-in-cheek that in Russian it would be "Swine Lakeskif' Ariel said of his Tchaikovsky ren- dition, "As you can see, I like to bring my contemporary spirit to some of the old guys." He introduced his next piece, a rousing boogie-woogie arrangement, and said, "Here's something you all - excuse me, y'all - will under- stand." Ariel added something definitely different to his performance by show- ing a 10-minute silent black-and white Charlie Chaplin film, and he dramatized the slapstick scenes with piano accompaniment. Kevin Trzcinski, a freshman com- puter science major, said of Ariel's performance, "I think it's neat. I think other students should get in- volved. After all, UCPC sets this up for us, not just the community." Joey Inabnet, a member of the UCPC Films Committee, expressed his own views, noting the predomin- ence of senior citizens and other members of the community in the au- dience. "Senior citizens have more appreciation for this. The students are real apathetic to our events as it is," he said. "It's their loss if they don't come to it." Noting the atten- dance of outside community mem- bers, Inabnet said, "They know qual- ity when they see itf' Ariel opened after intermission with a solemn Rachmaninoff piece, After playing it, he said, "That was one of those heavy-duty classical masterpieces." 'LI recognized the value of contem- porary music,', he said, adding that some of today's music will be classics. He played Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven," talked seriously about Siberia, and began his own composi- tion, 'Siberian Sun." As a closing piece Ariel performed "American Rondo," composed by himself as a tribute he said, to "a country that allowed me to realize my hopes and dreams." - Cheryl Carter ariel 57 Budd Rich's drumming packs 'em in The seasoned musician exercised movements that were so much a part of him that the man seemed to be playing his audience instead of his drums. A captivated audience of diverse ages and backgrounds witnessed an astonishing display of flair and show- manship during Buddy Rich's perfor- mance in the ASU auditorium in Jan- uary. The auditorium, which seats about 450 people. could not hold the im- mense number of people who had planned to listen to the jazz legend. Rich, a self-taught drummer, be- gan playing professionally at the age of four. He proved that, at 67. he still "The Worlds Greatest Drummer." Buddy Rich, performed in a packed auditorium at ASU. tRoger Denim Photol 58 buddy rich has the touch and swiftness of a man half his age. With a seemingly effortless mo- tion, Rich spontaneously moved through a poetic array of pat.terns while he eyed the other musicians in his band and his responsive audience. The other members of his band played outstanding solos, but Rich stole the show. He brilliantly pound- ed his tom-toms from the drum heads to the rim and, with unbelievable speed and a whirling inventiveness, delicately banged on his snare and cymbals while keeping time with his bass drum. Many people consider Rich the "World's Greatest Drummer," but he said that he doesn't think about being the best. "I don't think about it at all," he said. "I think it's insanity." A man of few words, but a lot of class, Rich showed a sense of pride, but not of conceit. He said that peo- ple are never satisfied with the same music for a long period of time, and they want a variety. "Music is music and people always want something different," he said. Rich definitely delivers something different, as he is one ofthe last musi- cians who has survived through an era of music, which, along with the times, has vastly changed. - Charles Bryce QL 5' :fri-' 'Map- Deborah Zall performs a series of avant-garde characters at ASU. t-Joe Scott Photo? Deborah Zall shares some of her expertise with ASU Dancers and Angelettes. tfjiles Smith Photo! , 25 A WN 1 W Zall's avante garde dances unique Dancer, choreographer, teacher Deborah Zall moved her painfully slim form across the ASU auditorium stage in February as she danced a se- ries of avant-garde characters. Zall performed as three Marys: Mary Tyrone, Mary, the bag lady, and Mary, Queen of Scots. In a dressing room interview, fol- lowing the performance, Zall said she could identify with each of the char- acters that she portrayed. Although she pointed out that the characters weren't literal translations of her life, she has experienced many of the same problems. She said that she and Mary Tyrone shared a common prob- lem - drugs. "I have been a drug ad- dict," she said. During her rendition of the junkie, Mary Tyrone, Zall flew across the stage in fits ofecstacy, then fell to the floor as her high wore off. The highly interpretative dance showed the bleak existence faced by addicts. She also said she identifies with Mary, Queen of Scots. "Her life was chosen for herf' Zall said. Zall made the analogy of her life being con- trolled by dancing, just as Mary, Queen of Scots was controlled be- cause she was a ruler. Zall used very few props during her show. One prop missing from her dance was a throne which she said usually doubled as an execution block. The background music for all three sections was a very modern avant- garde style. The music accompanying the Mary, Queen of Scots segment was especially written for her. Zall said she identified with Mary, the bag lady, "in terms of displace- ment." She said bag ladies are in cities all over the country, but that she decided on her character after seeing one in Los Angeles. Zall said she does not like to prac- tice her characters between perfor- mances because "they get stale." She added that the characters change each time she performs them. "Things happen on stage tto the charactersl because ofthe audience," she said. - Alex Draughon deborah zaH 59 Actors pla Angelo State University Theatres production of "Play By Play" brought a different type ofdialogue to audiences February 26-March 3. The play was different because there were no parts, only actors. Ac- tors played actors. On-stage, the actors competed for stardom and revealed their hopes that the audience would appreciate and applaude their efforts to convey the playwright's ideas. The play, written by Robert Pat- actors rick, had each of the characters in their stereotyped roles, but each tried to steal the show. ' Play director Dr. Raymond Carver described "Play By Playv as a very funny play, but added that it was a very difficult play to understand by talking about it. "It's a zany kind of clown show," he said. The actors in the play were Jay B. Jones, a senior drama major who played the Leading Man, and Kaye McDougall, a theater management graduate student who played the Leading Lady. Other members of the cast were Elizabeth Jones as the confidant, Christi Terrell as the ingenue, Chuck Wilson as understudy, Catherine Cowell as the audience member, M. Caroline Canfield as the critic, and Buddy Price as the Character Man. Caroline O'Keeffe and Vernon McKinney played OnefTwo and TwofOne clowns respectively. - Pam Robers gk! V In , -RT' i . 60 4' u 4" l F0 A ' .Ofn In the "Let Me Die" sequence, Character Man Buddy Price comes on stage dressed as the Leading Lady after the understudy, played by Chuck Wilson trightl, steals his clothes. tArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sr Informationl The Leading Man, played by Jay B. Jones. comes on stage during the second act dressed in street clothes acting the part. of an audience member. lDan Nazworth Photol Cast members posing for the curtain call in- clude Christi Terrell, Caroline O'Keeffe, Ver- non McKinney, Kaye McDougall, Jay B, Jones, Chuck Wilson. Betsy Jones. and Buddy Price. CArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sz In- formationl S' . -Q 'ww . Q .n play by play 61 fAgnes of God' questions nun Could a young and seemingly inno- cent nun conceive a child, later kill her own baby, and not remember? "Agnes of God", by John Pielmeier, questioned the symbolic undertones of faith and the presence of miracles during the play which was presented by the ASU drama department in April. The plot revolved around only three characters and required them to re-evaluate their lives, faith, and the commitment of love. Agnes, the nun accused of murder- ing her own baby, was played by Shel- ly Roberts. Paula Raab played Dr. Martha Livingston, a psychiatrist appointed to determine the sanity of Agnes. She also went through some personal soul-searching. Rebecca Scott portrayed Mother Miriam Ruth who tried to shelter Ag- nes throughout the play. Although many explanations were offered, the final decision of Agnes' guilt or innocence was left to be de- cided in the mind of the audience. - Pam Roberts 62 "agnes of god" Mother Superior Miriam Ruth tRebecca Scottl and Agnes tShelly Robertsl discuss the possibility of miracles in "Agnes of God." tMike Howell Photol Shelly Roberts enacts a scene from "Agnes of God," a drama directed by Bill Watts. Agnes lShelley Robertsl is hypnotized in an attempt to determine how her baby was killed. iMike Howell Photosl Suzie Abbott, Valsine Johnson. and Dru Ann Jamison perform the modern dance "La Pe- tite Chose." Toni Colvin and Marcela Rios dance to the choreography of Deborah Zall in "La Petite Chose." fMike Howell Photos? 64 asu dancers Dancers send invitation The ASU Dancers' spring presen- tation, "An Invitation to Dance," ran for three nights beginning April 11. The presentation included seven numbers performed by various danc- ers of the group. Their first number, "La Petite Chose," was choreographed by Deb- orah Zall, an internationally ac- claimed solo artist who worked close- ly with the Dancers during the spring semester through the sponsorship of the ASU Program Council. Their sixth number, "dddddddddigits," was choreographed by the members themselves. All other dances were choreographed by Ann Akins, coordi- nator of the ASU Dancers. "It is time-consuming for them. but I think they get allot out of it," Akins said. "They get the chance to perform concert dance on stage, to try to perfect their own dance tech- nique, and they also learn to increase their discipline." - Rita Andolsen "Spreadin' Rhythm Around" with a lively tap dance routine are Valsine Johnson, Dru Ann Jamison. Stephanie McAdams, Debbie Var- gas, Laresa Walker, and Lisa Price. tMike Howell Photol The ASU Dancers begin rehearsals in January and receive class credit for their participation. tGiles Smith Photo? Current fashion presented 9'0'O' x X 6 . 20.4 Claudine Kletter displays the latest in bridal wear during the Christmas style show held in the UC Ballroom on December 4. KTricia Mill- er Photol Liz Neslage models a popular "spring show off" tank top dress with a dropped and gath ered waistline. CJohn Keefer Photol Mamselle escort Michael DuPont. a graduate student in psychology. models Christmas fashions. lTricia Miller Photol Wearing popular spring and summer fashions are: lfirst rowl Clare Ronaghan. Robin Campbell, Kelly Jinwright, Pam Swanson, Veda Owens, Tracee Thompson, Leslie Fleming and Jenifer Spencer. lSecond Rowl Angie Moore, Liz Neslage, Stephanie Oates. Emily King, Toni Teague, Lisa Price, Paula Terry, and Linda Walker. Keeping the campus aware of cur- rent fashion trends were the ASU Mamselles who held several style shows and workshops throughout the year. For openers, they held the "Fall Fashion Kick-off" on October 1 and presented the latest fashions for fall from jogging suits to formals and wedding gowns. A Homecoming style show was also held on October 22 of Homecoming Week. Christmas fashions were modeled on December 4. April 2 brought "Spring Show- offs" which presented to the audience the 1985 overall new look for spring. he l -if .-11.3.-f' Soldiers from Old Fort Concho marched through the streets of San Angelo during the parade held Friday March 8. lArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sz Informationl ASU students Scott Porter and Jonama Cox took part in adult sheep judgings. fArt Hanson Photo!ASU News Sz Informationl Dawn Shever of the Schliecher County 4-H outfitted her lamb in a specially designed cut- out hood. fDavid Tillery Photo!San Angelo Standard-Times? f 'VRF ' W..-,-xsv.t.... "' lg '53 a,.in . QR! X 5 L 7 I -ff? S' T - i T. V. .".x-.- f.:-- 'TA 'ffwr ni ,.' N I' Q -15' f Q,- is. iv 1 '- -13. Rodeo brings week of activities Rodeo Weekend in San Angelo - the anticipated event, which usually attracts an added 20,000 people to the city each March, provides interested ASU students with extra entertain- ment while officially kicking off Spring Break at the same time. Hotels and motels are filled to ca- pacity. Big name entertainers and ro- deo contestants, the carnival, live- stock shows and heightened night life make some fun available for every- one. The 53rd Annual San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo got underway on Monday March 4 with American Quarter Horse Association sanc- tioned cutting horse competitions. There the horse "Peppy Lee San," owned by Jim Ware of Rayville, La., won the contest by beating out 43 other horses and snagging 32,438.25 in prize winnings. The contest re- quires the horse and rider to separate or 'Lcut" one cow at a time from the herd and move it to the center of the ring. Livestock judging activities began on Wednesday March 6. Elementary, junior high and high school students from around the state descended on the livestock barns hoping that their animal would prove a profitable ven- ture. Matt Tucker ofthe Andrews Coun- ty 4-H showed the grand champion steer of the show and took home 36,500 Adults also took part in their own divisions. Suzy Sorrell. an ASU stu- dent, showed the number one Colum- bia ewe during Wednesdays show. tcontinued on page 701 69 ff 3 More than 420 rodeo contestants, including six current world champi- ons, were entered for the rodeo per- formances which began March 6 at 8 p.m. The men and women competed in the events of bull riding, calf and team roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing, bareback and saddle bronc riding for a piece of the 354,208 prize money total. 70 Mm? AK. Tom T. Hall entertained rodeo fans during Wednesday night's perfor- mance. Among the entertainers also playing was Freddy Fender singing his song "Wasted Days and Wasted Nights," and Clyde Foley Cummins who played the fiddle while riding a horse around the arena. Although the rodeo was well attended, most agreed that the "Beer Barnl' was the place to be. Sunday's matinee performance brought to an end a week-long week- end, and when the scores were tallied, Brian Fulton of South Dakota won the All-Around Cowboy honors with 31,753.28 in steer wrestling and calf roping winnings. - Sami Harman ws...-', : f. tiff 6 va-a vi q . . 1' x s, ' Igaf-5. 4 S. x P , . - A ., K. :Y -3 ,P- . gui' ,J ' A T 1984 World Champion Bullfighter Rick Chat- man displays his crowd-pleasing personality while riding a three-wheeled motorcycle dur- ing the Stock Show and Rodeo parade. fDavid Tillery Photo!San Angelo Standard-Times? Dar Haskins scores 71 points with his bare- back horse "Godfather" putting him in third place after the first rodeo performance on Wednesday. tPat Dawson Photo!San Angelo Standard-Timesl ASU students enjoying the action at the "Beer Barn" outside the Coliseum during Sundays matinee performance included Holly Johnson and Joellyn Rose. KSami Harman Photol 4 , . 'V ,Fi , ' Q K 1' sf fx- X Yi -" I , ix I 3 ! - I f , rl mb' -, ,. ff . n 5 44-H' N """'!11?SJT? XX ' if .r X 'C 4 . ' I' f' 'bt' f J . f. 3' - U .. ' - 'Rf' rs My .l . ,,i A 9+ . i, - '5:i':f,-my. :sv 1 . ' ' ' ' -Q' r ff1'..- -.-iii' Q '- 3 - .,g:if:.- .s ,fr 1 Q5 ' . ' ,Q -i f 5 ' - PF Sly iff Q'5?fif?I'5:1rff-4' " -i-if f - ' '5 -- swivel . , 'Z 'K if:-is V s if ' I .. .g'- V",-' 5, E -. 4. hh I ii Lx l xg .QL .,,x suv 71 'hw- :fe X. x. ,-5 S B hosts convention The ASU Block Sz Bridle Club hosted the 1985 Southwest Regional Block 8: Bridle Convention Thurs- day through Saturday April 4-6. The convention attracted approxi- mately 25O representatives from col- leges and universities in Texas, Lou- isiana, Oklahoma, Colorado, and New Mexico. Headquarters for the event was located at the Inn of the Conchos. This year the theme of the conven- tion was built around the wool indus- try, due to its economic impact in San Angelo and the surrounding area, said Dawn Kelly, public relations di- rector for the ASU BSLB. The club conducted educational tours which explained the steps in the wool process. These began Friday morning at Old Fort Concho where delegates viewed the shearing, spin- ning and weaving of wool. A style show featuring clothing made from wool product.s was also held. The Texas ASzM Scouring Plant, the ASU Management, Instruction, and Research Center, the ASU cam- pus andthe Mohair Industries Incor- Barry Cooper and Pat Thomas pose with Sue Engdahl, the wife of Dr. Gilbert Engdahl. State Senator Bill Sims spoke on the future of agriculture during his lecture. 72 xx if ?x . Q1 f Q- 3? 1 ., . ,Y.14fJ,L?g, ISM, ' g '- lx' eff: - A " I -si 7514-A A K I porated Plant were also sites visited on the tours. On Saturday morning a "College Bowl" contest was held during which four member panels from each club were questioned on agricultural pro- cesses. During the noon banquet that fol- lowed, Senator Bill Sims, a charter member of the Block Sz Bridle organi- zation, was the featured speaker. - Sami Harman ' 1 if fit '-' t Q' f . .. ' ' , .v 'ul .- S A bl' ,rf . ' , ' .Y - . gil. ,' 7' Q- N hi." 1 PM-7 qi N' '. if . ,'-" " QQ . 09 .1 S. lyvf' ' .L-., ' ' 1 1.32 :4!.- r M-Quiulilf Steve Sappington, Scott Porter and Barry Cooper cut the lamb and goat meat while pre- paring for the dinner the club hosted. A toe sack race was part of the Superstar Con- test held out at the Lakehouse on Saturday April 6. fScott Porter Photos? . N fr A , , -" 'X , '.,,,. .-'.':'ff1-f j,g,:A -' ' ejgg-Rfafzf--1'-,Q F . 3 '..'-J--.. 'xfv-Q-5' block Sz bridle 73 Am Powell crowned Miss Lamblast Dancing to the music of Bob Blandford and the Rodeo Men and the crowning of Miss Lamblast marked the beginning of the 8th An- nual Lamblast lamb cook-off cham- pionship. Students and San Angeloans at- tended the dance at the San Angelo Coliseum on April 12 where Amy Powell, a junior from Stanton, was crowned Miss Lamblast. Saturday took the crowds to the Goodfellow Recreation Camp where lamb-cooking teams had been tend- ing their dishes since before dawn. Fifty-six teams entered the contest and travelled from places like Men- ard, Lubbock, Llano, San Saba and all points in between. People wandered about under the trees tasting samples of the lamb and enjoying the showmanship teams and various booths. Horseshoes and washers were thrown and pitched as well as eggs in the popular egg tossing contest. Lamb entries finally judged, Amy Powell presented the first-place tro- phy to the Wylie Coyote team from Mertzon. The Sterling Coyotes placed second and the Sundown Lions Club third. Showmanship awards were given to the Thompson Brothers of Sonora, the Have Pit Will Travel team and the Range Canning Co. - Sami Harman Jelly Rowe, ASU intramurals director, enjoys a lamb-kabob made by the ASU Block Sz Bri- dle club. 74 lamblast '85 i v- 4 'el pq' .hui v. il Y fi Tx K X Q, - Q 'R ,... -sv . 'iv' --1-"t XS 1 id 4 s l I Brian May and Scott Taylor take a break from an exciting round of washer pitching. University Rodeo Club chief cook Maggie Banner cuts a piece of lamb for Debi Ward to sample. lSami Harman Photosl 9 X X J , x ,. l F7 i 3 ill X :X fx. L 'X- xx : W, - .QXQZR X " x 7,4-'X 'F jj. J i 4393 ass fun aitwdi in flasi International dinner samples the world The posters said there would be foods of 15 countries at the Interna- tional Club's dinner. After an hour of serving line plate- heaping, the foods had melded into a combination that no country would accept credit for. However, the 200 or so people who showed up for the 35, all-you-can-eat affair didn't seem to care. There were fried Wonton tlittle dumplingsl from Hong Kong and an upside-down rice dish from Pales- tine. The Russian Cookies went fast. as did the Sfeeha tLebanese Pizzal. Thailand's gifts included spicy fish with coconut milk tHomokl, fired green gram noodle with beef tNya- Putt-Boon Senl, baked chicken tGai- Obl, and Tub-Tim-Krob tstuffed, boiled flour in coconut creaml. The Thais also brought a hot spice and sour chicken soup called Tum Yum. If that didn't satisfy the soup lovers, there was Peanut Butter Soup from Ghana. The peanuts didn't stop A group of Indonesian students in native dress come back for seconds. A student from Thailand performs at the In- ternational Club's dinner. tJirn Albright Pho- tosl 76 in Ghana, though, because Indonesia brought a vegetable mixture topped with peanut sauce called Gado-Gado. Nigeria prepared beans, called Moi- Moi. There was much Moi food served at the banquet from other countries such as Yemen, West Germany, Taiwan, Sweden, Poland, Malaysia, Iran, India, Greece, and Columbia. One hundred twenty-seven foreign students were enrolled in ASU in 1985, and many of them were respon- sible for preparing and serving the dinner. Dr. Otto Tetzlaff, head of the mod- ern language department, and Inter- national Club faculty sponsor, said the foreign students who brought food were very excited about the din- ner. Almost all of the food was gone within an hour and a half of the be- ginning ofthe dinner. - Jim Albright, Jr. 43 ni .3 ,ye -f ' 3 wsu- - .,. ' ,. 4 X- . ,K -f. -. A,---" . - X ' -w fu- ,ff V, N..- Y V . W -M. ff' Q fi l J . '- ' ' ' U ' . -- . 1'. I - QQ' 'f 'RTT i V -e 5 -. 1 . '-X , A-" 'W ,gpg-1 N, 4 3 'ra we - A - :i. wil' - -if 1 , , 1:-3 1 h ,P-.:.. 1 I 5 - , K df qv' TKQQ L 15... 41 3 M .- ,l1"' ' "' :rv iw' l' 1. L: I',,ql .' . j fp" H V , S - il JS. 'X 1 X 'Y'-91 r 'P'-X' . - ' Q S av- l'.7."J V"i I F, '7 li ' gi . 'l .ziiillsv .1 if . ,gn .SL A ' f -,-' ., ' ' ' '1 - i. iq - 2' 'gm-3 . . 4, J: 5, -xg. -:jc-5,4 . ll .. -AQ A .. - .ff ffsig. Kurt Steinzel of West Germany speaks with Nigerians Sanu Ibrahim, Stella Njemanze and Kehinde Vaughan. A group of students from Thailand perform a Thai Northeastern Folk Dance. lJim Albright Photos? We are the World sung for hungr EZIEEEI EEIEEI Ullll Dllll lllll A historic event occurred after the American Music Awards in 1985. Stars from all areas of the music world came together and recorded "We are the World," a song used to raise money to fight starvation in Af- rica. The song "We are the World," written by Lionel Richie and Michael Jackson, shot to the top of the charts. The "star formula" included old standards like Bob Dylan and Dionne Warwick. New sensations in the form of Cyndi Lauper and James Ingram added a twist to the effort. Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity did their part by calling out to the ASU dormitory residents to join hands and sing along with a broadcast of the song. Students of all races and back- grounds gathered between the two high rise dormitories. During the chorus, their voices could be heard over the radio broadcast. Sig Eps raised over 55200 for the USA for Africa Campaign. Stereo equipment for the event was donated by Sig Ep alumnus Donald Solomon of Texas Audio-Video. - Jose R. Brown Dorm residents gather together to have fun and support the drive to end hunger in Africa. Over 100 people sang along arm in arm for the USA for Africa fund. iMike Howell Photosl 79 Sig Eps win 9th championship The ASU Multi-Sports Complex was the site for the Greek Games held on April 17. Although the competition was close throughout the games, the Sig- ma Phi Epsilon chapter pulled ahead in the final event to win their ninth consecutive Greek Games champion- ship. This year the Lambda Chi Alpha team was not able to compete because their annual wheelchair push to Aus- tin for the American Heart Associ- -Y, '-W7 3,3.g'em-vu A Pike Little Sister stretches before her event. Mary Ellen Baumer and Connie Powell, Sig Ep Little Sisters, try their luck in the three- legged race. SO ation was at the same time. The Delta Zeta sorority competed unofficially, leaving only Sig Eps and the Pi Kappa Alpha team in the run- ning for the team trophy. Greeks competed in the 100-, 200-, and 800-meter dashes, the 400-meter and medley relays, and shot put, dis- cus, chariot race, long jump, and three-legged race. The Pikes got first place in most of the running events, with the Sig Eps getting the points for second, third, L SN -. ,L . and fourth places. Sig Ep Jose Brown explained the tension: 4'We were say- ing prayers believe me." Finally, Sig Eps Hayden Towerton, Carl Stewart, and Andrew Morin dominated the softball throw adding the points needed to capture the Greek Games championship and the Interfraternity Council All-Sports Trophy. - Sami Harman 14 E' bb- Rh www Y. I Eff bw Jose Brown comforts Cindy Lacy after her run in the 400-meter relay. iDavid Lozano Pho- tosb 12 fl? Greeks cheer on their runners in the 800-me- ter dash. Jennifer Brinson edged out Pike Little Sister Jonama Cox in the 100-meter dash. greek games 81 Alumni boosts intramurals ASU intramurals took on a new shape this year with the addition of new sports. The new sports include, Powder Puff' Football and a Slam- Dunk Basketball Contest. The Slam-Dunk contest was held at halftime ofthe ASU-ACU Basket- ball game. Daryl Ward, ajunior phys- ical education major, won the con- ' by wp . pg., test. Ward beat his nearest competi- R .-fQ D, x I 4 tion, Sean Harrington, by one point. , ' The judges awarded one to five ,A ' X points for style as well as two points l QQ f ""g N s S-- for each successful dunk. The high- Q 39 r"f-i ...ip-P 5. L N x light of Wards performance was an ' A Q ' attempt at a f'Spinning 3650" slam. l ,.-Q ' , ' Team champions in each sport A were awarded a T-shirt for their ef- ' t "" i-'- forts. The shirts and other prizes in were provided by the ASU EX-Stu- 4 Q dents Association. The Alumni also M ' provided flyers and other support for . A , - the program- A ,. Q m z - Jose R. Brown ,t k X ' .X Q,x,f,.g , i 4 r i Q. . ...L . .s ,. 82 intramurals An intent rusher eyes a fleeing ball carrier while the student referee watches for the grab. fJose R. Brown Photo? Powder-puff football finally got underway this year. A confident defender holds up the flag to stop the ball carrier. tDavid Lozano Photo! Sean Harrington slams one home during the First Annual Slam-Dunk Contest. Harrington finished second in the contest. CMike Howell Photol e Q I X , -:ties V - . 2- 22 -xii: -'xgkfs xv Daryl Ward uses his unique "cross-up" dunk- ing style to clinch the Slam-Dunk contest. ClVlike Howell Photol An intramural quarterback unleashes a "Hail Mary" pass in the face of an opposing team member. Hose R. Brown Photol Two powder-puff football players stretch out for the ball. Body sacrifice is still the name of the game. lDavid Lozano Photol '?le,::,,.,A.fZ-- ,X 1 'rl ' '.: mf? i N F- - , L?" ,. - ir" V, 2. . - . 1. ' 5 MA.- rv ' ' ,Ns , W, , Xl ,lt ,J .QQRE X329 . ,U or 4 ' .Q Ag- , ' -'11 'I' Wg .hr ff. 8 pf I .:g-:- tl. ' 'S-6 ' " 'f 'M . . 1.-f ,ig J 4 W 1 Viv L15 -. 1 T' 45vsQf1?ff-1:-rx, . I z' ,'t WA? .lf A: A -sax.-,.f wen: ,,-we 1 , , 1 frrgw- 6 W ll l s s- i , .','r, - A " ,.-' -f. fs ' V . 4. . .,L -L Las., .u..A .az .- , , as 'Y' , ,, w. ,. aw- ,l-..'ff-., ' v wh, as -' SU intramurals iii-N.. ., SN A Et'x'WA', .5 . --we ' A softball pitcher shows his form during a men's softball playoff game. lDavid Lozano Photol Intramurals Director Larry "Jelly" Rowe and a helper tabulate scores for the archery com- petition. lDavid Lozano Photo? W? .4 at .- 35'NNNx 84 intramurals -.lr-,.i4f'2.n-e'rr-2'-'A 5 - Paul Stepherson goes for a hook shot, much to the chagrin of opposing player Sean Harring- ton. lDavid Lozano Photol Powder-puff got a little rough, but good sportsmanship prevailed in the end. lDavid Lozano Photol A quarterback delivers a pass on the run. Doug Flutie: Eat your heart out! lDavid Lozano Photol ore Than Just a Game' Gold tomps blue in Cbowl' Everyone remembers the annual "Spring Game" from High School. The LSC Champion Ram Football team also have a spring game but, a different twist is added. Local media personalities serve as coaches for the Ram teams. Bam head coach Jerry Vandergriff said that the Media Bowl "is never an artistic success because you've got talent spread out too thin." The tal- ent ended up on the Gold side of the field with the Gold team shutting out the Blue 13-0. KLST Sports Director Don Scott and KLST Sports Announcer Bobby Lacy led the Gold team. San Angelo Standard Times Sports Editor Pat- rick Wascovich, and Ram Club mem- ber. Pete Lara served as the Blue braintrust.. The Gold team, under the direction of quarterback Bryan Gregory, marched down the field in the first quarter to score their only touchdown with 2:32 left on the clock. The Gold team seemed to have it all: a running game, a passing game, and most importantly: a defense that held the Blue offense to 92 total yards. The Gold scored the other six points on Blue turnovers which were converted to field goals of 51 and 27 yards by kicker Greg Wright. The Blue team had their best chance at putting some points on the board late in the first. quarter. A 32 yard punt return by Earnest Jackson set the Blue offense up on the Gold 38 yard line. The Blue drive was soon stalled by two dropped passes and a missed field goal attempt of 31 yards by Paul Drain. eJose R. Brown 86 Y l f :N-"".. ,ba wg, X 3 . A . . f .'Nigw5:e.sqw..f .. .. ,s.9fwlfK5'?"P ' 2.4.- wr sf s-ifmf. iv- i K filvsb - "S3f?ll..i'3YQ,'?'s."' saga. t K- Nxfix ..- qv., ,VW Q- ,' . gxxyft. X. v vi -if ."Qk715p'iF'-5- ,. .jxixiv . x , N.-N :Q M--12.5 g..sfi's+f19'Qx.s'. i ,sts-.. A swift Blue runner races around the end with a Gold teammatefopponent in tow. KLST Sports Director Don Scott coached the victorious Gold team. Gold quarterback Bryan Gregory drops back behind good blocking to throw a pass. Assisting Scott with the Gold team coaching chores was Bobby Lacy, KLST sports an- nouncer. tDavid Lozano Photos? 's thletics ii Even ram couldnt keep the loyal Ram fans from cheering the Rams to an LSC title. - derson Breedlove Photo? Don Johnson was not only a football player, he was also a formidable basketball power. tMike Howell Photo? Cheerleader Peggy Davis shows her Ram spir- it. fArt Hanson Photo!ASU News and Infor- mationl Il!! E Y A ff .I as ,,,L.L.v- if IQ, I r :W -L ,iw - 3. ,rigiii-ii' 'Q'-I 517757 25 Ram teams saw many achieve- ments in the 1984-85 athletic year. The football team beat all of its LSC opponents to win the LSC title. The Rambelle volleyball team won its third consecutive LSC title. In basketball, the Rams took it to the wire with the ACU Wildcats but fell in the final game ofthe LSC tour- ney, In tennis, Elizabeth Pierre won the LSC Singles title and Steve Enriquez captured the singles title in the men's division. - Jose Brown 87 thletes honored at banquet ASl"s many talented athletes were recognized for their efforts at this vear's Nathans Banquet. The ath- letes receiving honors are selected by their teammates. Nathan's provides exclusive watches for the honorees. ln football. Flanker Mike North- cutt, a senior from Muleshoe was rec- ognized. Northcutt finished his ASU career fourth on the all-time receiv- ing list. Mary Tschirhart, a junior from Amarillo, won the award for the vol- leyball team. She earned every possi- ble honor in the LSC this season. Tschirhart was also on the LSC all- acadeinic team. From basketball, Mike Jones, a se- nior from Trenton, N.J., received the honor from his teammates. Jones helped the Rams to two ofthe most successful back-to-back seasons in ASU history. In womens basketball, senior Kel- lie Adams from Denver City received the Nathan's Award. Adams earned first team LSC and LSC all-academic mention this season. The multi-talented Alan Moore re- ceived the honor for the men's track team. He had a top score of 6,992 points in the decathalon this season. Three-time LSC 100-meter hur- dles champ and three-time women's track Nathan's Award winner, senior Cindy Stewart from San Angelo re- ceived the award again this year. Her all time best was a 13.57 clocking in the event. Wilson Fennelly, a senior from Kil- kenny, Ireland, received the award from the men's tennis team. Fennelly earned first team LSC honors for his perfect 3-0 LSC singles record. In women's tennis, first-year play- ers Pam Kincheloe, from Roswell, N.M., received the award. Kincheloe advanced to the second round of the LSC singles tournament before being eliminated. Senior Lance McMillan from Sny- der received the award for the golf team. McMillan earned second-team LSC honors with a ninth-place finish at the LSC tournament. - Jose R. Brown K1 -' -wg,-.MJ 88 nathan's banquet 'Q' Kellie Adams receives her Nathan's Award for her achievements in the 1984-85 women's bas- ketball season. tArt Hanson PhotofASU News 8: Informationl S 3R""?:7-H " QQ- Mike Northcutt celebrates a touchdown. Northcutt finished his ASU Career fourth on the allatime receiving list. Cindy Stewart is a three-time LSC 100Ameter hurdles champ. Stewart has also received Nat.han's honors three times. lArt Hanson PhotosfASU News Sz lnformationl 9 S X " . 1' 45.1 'K I if K , If f 1 '- N umm iil wl x kl T 1 wi xx X ' - a i gh., i . , ..., I, l V 'i 'lim K la K ,Qitiz ,Q i iw W.. V - 41232 mil Mary Tschirhart sets the ball. Tschirhart also received the Nat,han's Award for academic ex- cellence for her 3.96 GPA. Mike Jones earned second-team all-LSC hon- ors this season. Jones shot 65 percent from the field in LSC games this season. lMike Howell Photosl Rams sweep L C, 4-O ln the summer of '84 a movie titled "Ghostbusters" played in theaters nationwide. It was a tremendous suc- cess. In the fall of '84 ASU Ram football Head Coach Jerry Vandergriff intro- duced the t'Passbusters" to the LSC. It was also a tremendous success. The "Passbusters" were led by cor- nerback Glen Saterfield, 5'10" 185 lbs. from Georgetown, with six intercep- tions and 15 pass breakups. Sater- field also tied an ASU career inter- ception record of 18. The potent ASU defensive secon- dary was assisted with an equally po- tent line and linebackers. Defensive tackle Steven Ford, 6'0 265 lbs., led the Ram defense in single tackles with 35. The ASU defense only allowed 6.2 points per game in the LSC, and only 7.6 points for the last five contests. Including a 30 to 7 dismantling ofthe Abilene Christian Wildcats. On the other side of the line was sophomore quarterback Ned Cox, 5'11" 185 lbs. Cox led the LSC in total offense finishing with 1,990 total yards, 1,802 of which were gained by air. Forty of those aerials were caught. by senior Mike Northcutt, 6'0" 195 lbs.. from Muleshoe, for a total of 847 yards and four touchdowns. The Ram backfield was led in '84 by fullback Michael Guidry, a senior from Galveston. Guidry rushed 54 times for 912 total yards for an aver- age of 5.7 yards per carry and two touchdowns. rf - Jose Brown Senior cornerback Tony Staten cuts upfield after an interception. tDavid Lozano Photo? The swarmin' ASL' defensive line an sacks 3 g 3 the Eastern New Mexico quarterback. tArt Hanson Photo!ASU News Sz Information! 90 15, Y ,. 4. Www ,,. 1- -.L -gqts . -.2 ..w.-xv .H-' cf.. sf ,:- .5 Q: at - e leg. xi ,I "' N Q. 4 we Y . X., f 'T Y . J --was-Q . .-y . ,xy , xx . x.., ., 1. ' .44 xx-'G' .- sal 4 .9151- .ww-zsggza 1 "fe" ,, - 1 ,- --- 1 --N, Rafi H kim , agv, . . J -. -V vsfvv- ' lv A N , 1 HK' f J 'X'-4 , t - ,M ' pnuvimfwmws WN! : f. . N-1 -, . ..,, X , ,. -'-'qlaf..mn. -A ,. .4 ,.-' ,., XN' e. .ti-L I Agn- -' Quarterback Ned Cox drops back to hurl one of his many passes. lDavid Lozano Photo? Barefooted place-kicker Paul Drain attempts a field goal while a capacity crowd stands in anticipation. 1Art Hanson PhotofASU News Sr Information! ,f -ef , 1 ' Quan- . ff. A ,,.?'- . ...+- 2 .LIC .eh ,.- . -J M A-" . do football 91 Place-kicker Paul Drain, center, celebrates a long field goal with Pete Hibler, left, and Mike Northcutt, right. iArt Hanson Photo!ASU News 8: Informationl :Egg-rf Q4 A A I A4 ' . 1 ine make The battling ASU Ram football team led by sophomore quarterback Ned Cox beat all four of its LSC op- ponents to capture the conference ti- tle in 1984. Angelo State placed nine players on the All-LSC first team this year, more than any other LSC team. Heading up the first defensive team is Steven Ford and Glen Sater- field, both All-LSC selections last year. Ford, 6'0" from Abilene High, finished the year with 35 unassisted tackles and a total of 76 stops. Ford was also named the LSC Lineman of the Year. 92 Les 'Nl'-fs. A V H - '-.e.'! X.f all-L C first team Glen Saterfield, a senior from Georgetown, also received first team LSC honors for his six interceptions and 42 total tackles. Saterfield fin- ished his career with 18 intercep- tions, tying the ASU record. Sater- field was also named the LSC Defen- sive Back of the Year. Two other Ram linemen made the LSC first defensive team. They were defensive end Karl Haney, a junior from Killeen, and middle linebacker Keith Cox, a senior from Duncan- ville. Saterfield is accompanied by two of his "passbuster" teammates on the All-LSC team. Stong safety Kelvin Williams, a junior from Angleton, and senior cornerback Tony Staten from San Antonio were included. Staten led the Rams with seven in- terceptions. Three Rams were named to the All-LSC first team offense: quarter- back Ned Cox from San Antonio, se- nior wide receiver Mike Northcutt from Maleshoe and senior Ken Wil- liams from Forth Worth. Jerry Vandergrift was also named LSC Coach of the Year. - Jose Brown - ,.xg-., ., I., .yah wg., TN 'za , ,e Je, . 2' ' 1-'---1 " --,.-, -:Q 1- 4. , -v ,U Wide receiver Mike Northcutt breaks a tackle. lArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sz Informa- tionl Quarterback Ned Cox and Frank Johnson sprint around the end leaving a trail ofdefendf ers in their wake. IDavid Lozano Photo! Head Coach Jerry Vandergritt gives his team a postagame talk after beating Sam Houston State 52-7. tA1't Hanson Photo!ASU News 81 Information? football 93 Belles Win third L C crown After losing all of last year's start- ers except 5'5" Junior Mary Tschir- hart: the last place you would expect to ind the ASU Rambelle Volleyball team was on top of the Lone Star Conference. The two time LSC Champion 'Belles made it three straight this year with a 29-13 season record. The first four games netted the 'Belles four losses. "I got gray hairs the first few games," Coach Kathleen Brastield said. What the new team needed was experience and more time playing together, she said. The 'Belles gelled quickly. They raised their record to 5-6 at the end of the Southwest Texas Tournament. "Reaching .500 was a real break- through forthe girls," Brasfield said. After that breakthrough the 'Belles went on to win three straight tournaments. They swept the LSC 5- 0 in both of the mini-tournaments, and finished 3-1 in the Angelo State- Nathan's tournament. The biggest asset for the 'Belles this year was their bench strength. "At one time or another, everyone contributed to a win this season," she said. Coach Brasfield was also named LSC Coach of the Yearg for the third straight year. Brasfield has compiled a 295-142-3 record in her eight year tenure at ASU. Next year looks to be an even bet- ter year forthe 'Belles The entire '84 team will remain intact for the '85 season. - Jose Brown Sophomore middle blocker Janet Dragas goes one-on-one with a Southwest Texas spiker. tMike Howell Photo! Mary Tschirhart and Tonya Daniels prepare for the upcoming spike. tArt Hanson Photo! ASL' News 8a Information? 94 i . .Y Y, -....-.vs-t----.-.1-1-.--. 5 -Q-div-nn-nnQH s x 1 .S .:1...:.,.... -'ii ' . A , . X g z X542 ss? -H 5 i ' w fi ' ' ' Q- ., . -- U i Efx' K . .row---'-1--Q ' ' ' TF , V' S' '-Q.. 6 , "Q I I Q. Sf-f-T H -F X 2 time gd st x ,,,.... .9 Mlm' ..,.- 3 . . Y r W i 'gf U,-.1-':'1'-I, I .. xv, -Y. - L, is gli:-.' -215 i . -. -f-FSZBF5 ' ri" ' 5...-1 .V .mi ,3--g- 3 l Jam -Ng V i .. - sf, l W6 1 - L-.veit--Q:-.-.. g I 'A . as-it - - w s- ,V .- .. A l l l i l I i I .i 'i '4 -ea . . 1' . A MQ1: -: X ':S5'x?fT'-'I 1 ' " f a W .L 2 P ,-f-'Am f -, 5 Ne A n it Av-wiv?-or rf 31-P-g,,,,M4 4 vf' l ff 1, 1 rxqQ.y1r,.w.-.Q..w!v:vx-Rl' N eg '-'WW f"'95'v':" ' '-1' U5-'-.'Q'?'.C 1753 X ' - Q- :sg a. W --- x x x X. N r, we--ef , , "Rm .RK - ..,.,. . xx H N x T 4 r X N 'fig , w K fx r xt yr 4 " s Regina Cole and Susan Dorwaldt team up to block a spike. fTricia Miller Photol Freshman Patty Acosta concentrates on set- ting a difficult serve. iTricia Miller Photo? Rambelles. Sherry Mayes, Janet Dragas. Tonya Daniels, and Mary Tschirhart. con- gratulate themselves on a job well done. lArt Hanson Phot0fASU News Sz Informationb ----a......-, ,,..--'- K V. '..-xrvs-1:'.:'s" ,swf .' '.fd'l.x'C-I-:F P 'A-f:fgQ2fy1x:s' . ev.,- I' -L 95 Mary Tschirhart and Tonya Daniels each go up to block a shot while Connie Bryan moves in to help. iArt Hansen Photo!ASU News Sz Informationi Patty Acosta and Lisa Lisewsky set up a spike in practice. iTricia Miller Photoi Mfr., ,, .. E Vw , 5 I , 41" J 'Q' Q-I lf, .N...,,.. , .,w,.,:--H v Y N -"' -I .-Y. 5 A .NN H Q """9 Y '-vr-r-11--vv- f--1'-Q--1.1-g...J....,.,.,,,,, s - 7--aw--I-ew-f,...,, ,M - . -H-:rag-vvpsqwxqpbponq-v,...,.--.-,,.. ,, . 'v 0 X 1 'Bur' -- --vw ' 1+ ab'--Q' .-40' Q .e Q: Tonya Daniels scores a kill while Connie Bry- an watches. Mary Tschirhart and Janet Dragas go for the block while Regina Cole 13121, and Connie Bryan 119431 prepare for the unexpected. fArt Hanson Photos!ASU News Sz Information! Rams fall s The 1983 Lone Star Conference Champion ASU Rams started the 1985 season with high hopes. but were edged out by the Abilene Chris- tian Wildcats forthe 1985 LSC title. The Rams were blessed with three returning starters: Kenny Smith. Dickey Winter, and Tony Mathews. Newcomers Don Johnson and Brian Essary also saw action during the S93SOI'1. The Rams placed four players on the All-Conference team this year. Senior guard Tony Mathews was the only Ram hoopster to make the first Team. Mathews was the Ram's second leading scorer this season with a 12.9 point-per-game average. His best game was against Sam Houston in which he scored 37 points. Senior guard Kenny Smith and ju- nior center Don Johnson each made the LSC second team. Johnson also earned LSC honors on the 1984 Ram football team. Smith led the team in scoring with a 13.5 point-per-game average. Smith finished his two-year career at ASU as the 15th leading scorer of all-time with T60 total points. Seniors Mike Jones and Dickey 1 ,Q-Q Q ' Winter each garnered honorable P: ie . ,- c- ' A--- mention honors for their last seasons with the Rams. i - Jose R. Brown . Y FAME 4? 1 98 aus- ' Roscoe Ram displays his trampoline-aided jumping ability in the Slam-dunk contest. Head Coach Ed Messbarger and his assistant Kyle Short watch the action closely. Kenny Smith finished the 1985 season as AS1"s 15th all-time leading scorer. fArt Han- son Photos!ASU News Sz Informationj Kenny Smith looks for another Ram to pass the ball to. lMike Howell Photosl hort of L C title 'fi-a.. .- I L ,. 5 '1' 'TW . v 1 x ..v... .wp W-vw,-: Xa S Ai. sms'-'A ...LL Sub I-S Xxx Dickey Winter, Mike Jones. and Don Johnson battle under the board for a rebound. lArt Hanson PhotofASU News 8: Informationl Tony Mathews rolls in an easy shot against the Abilene Christian Wildcats. fMike Howell Photol Dickey Winter takes two Wildcats to the hoop while teammates Mike Jones and Tony Math- ews watch for the rebound. lArt Hanson Photo!ASU News Sz Informationl if All O T" e 3.-f 5 lil, Y D .:-qqs., Rams runner up 1n L C tourney The Slammin' Rams thrashed their first two LSC Tournament ri- vals. Howard Payne University, and Texas A 8: I. The scores were 91-79 and 88-7-1 respectively. Their excel- lent tournament performance earned the Rams the right to face the LSC Champion Abilene Christian Wild- cats. The Rams had to face their task without their mentor, Head Coach Ed Messbarger. Messbarger was hos- pitalized with a bleeding ulcer before the tournament. Student coach Kyle Short, 22, stepped in for Messbarger. ACU scored six points before the Rams started trading baskets. Then the whistles started blowing and ref'- eree's arms were pointed at Ram players. ASU's Mike Jones exited the game early with four fouls. One could think that the whole starting Wildcat lineup were drama majors. During the first five minutes of the game, almost everyone ofthem hit the floorg with or without Ram assistance. The Abilene fans seemed to be the most enthused about the game. Be- fore the game, five of the Wildcat track team members scooped up Ram mascot Roscoe and carried him off' the stadium floor. The game's end brought the Abi- lene crowd to its feet with the Rams on the bottom of a 99-81 score. - Jose Brown Ram forward Mike Jones battles under the board during the LSC Tournament final. 1-lose Brown Photo! Kenny Smith runs the 'Slammin Ram offense. fflose Brown Photo? Mike Jones looks to pass the ball. 1-Jose Brown Photo? Kenny Smith, guarded by his older brother Mike. goes up for two in the Eastern New Mexico game. Kenny outscored his brother in 330-24 in the contest. tMike Howell Photol Bryan Essary guns between two ACU defend- ers. fLisa Musser Photo! 100 li Nag - ' Q.. .X -4 ' F-4 m llhfw - 'QE rin -cpx cv' W V Q Q ' , -- ' 4 ' J V ' - , . -Q-Lx' W, ' f ,. ' Wg' Q-f'3gI,, an -nw-'L,y,:, 1 .1 zfnrv- "1 rx- Ap' K-..u.xAf'ne -A Q , ,fQ1,'?w""'i A -. gf. 5' 1, my VW Laji , 'i- 'Y 'PM .q M ll "Q ..,wivTYl"E'4 '.-. sl T 4 , 4 "E H316-' f wa' 1 fiinfie-ffvza. ""ff-ui., - "4 S1423 ff' ' f- . N 'QQ ff-. fb 7 , , ' gA..-, 21 'gf Faire? - 'igwi 'S . S7 -. sz , i a 1 Y . ' A ' -- '51 1 an-.-,,. . ' , 1.1 In 'fi s - J an ' 4 1- E"' , ' x - . 4 . N qu' g Y "f 57 A " fi 3 Q A, ' '- - 5: X- . " . - ' x h ' ' . W R m . as Q LX .,.A 4' K, W : .QY hi -Y xl ,A-A C-' i ,jjj--"E,"-,, I 4 V-kH- , - -n 4-27257 -1 54 "5 ' V kr D K L V. T 1 A m . I Q E Q J-'W - rf Yo f ,' L.. "" , y 2 I .t-Q4 ix? E EAM9 '34 . 4. Sv-ff. :gl :UQ Adams, Clark lead 'Belles Last year was billed as a rebuilding year for the Ranibelle basketball team. Last year they suffered through a seesaw season that ended with a 10- 15 record. This year the 'Belles returned nearly the whole team from last sea- son, including Judy Dittmar: a sec- ond team All-LSC guard. Dittmar scored the game high against Ca- meron University with 22 points. The odds were with the 'Belles this year, but the pendulum just didn't swing their way. They dropped many close games including a 66-64 loss to Abilene Christian at ASU. The final tally showed the 'Belles at 10-15 just like last year. This year's standouts were Kelly Clark. a junior forward from Marble Falls and Kellie Adams. a senior guard from Denver City. Each earned game high-point honors 11 times. "Kellie Adams is the best all-around basketball player l've seen since I've been here." said ASU wornen's ath- letic director Kathleen Brasfield. Ad- ams also earned LSC Defensive Play- er of the Year honors. Clark averaged 15.2 points per game and 9.8 rebounds. Clark also led the 'Belles in steals with 66. Adams made off with 38. With a new Head Coach in Peggy Till and the signing of two Texas all- district basketball players: the 1985- '86 season looks better for the 'Belles - Jose R. Brown 102 J i,f l y0J E3 2 STH' Q X 1 5 N 4 -3 Q . -f .- T " .'.' ' ' i w . 5345- -.-.ilcbt W! -33, - t.f3-rftw igwrx, -, - 15 Elise Wheat throws up a prayer in a battle with Howard Payne. The 'Belles finished on top of a 97-82 score in the game. tMike Howell Photo? M., www A .-'VP' r fe 59551 l 34 V J l All H477 he W lk' J- 4 L14 if 4 :J 9 ,A W " -4 S' 2 ,gi ,A ff l l 533. T Q I , ' a ux: l I 3 '55 Q I I A l ia: . X ll ,A f Vg f ., . www. 'xy e fi , 115 I -.Z Kelly Clark 14343 takes a shot with two de- fenders in tow. Kelly Richards l4f23l outmaneuvers two de- fenders to score two tough points. Coach Laura Quillian talks strategy during a time-out. iMike Howell Photos? rambelle basketball 103 , r , 20351:-'g-gf '..,- . . ?3fs2?'Z5r9l't 5 . ffliifgiyrw' 'T " 4 mfg ,- M-f-Q -1 Qvwygw rib 4 5, ?'1-1 -.5 2 , . ',3-.igiifk-4. png., H W-'fu-.E': . lj 'E - gfgjp .,-55.5 JE X. A35 Xasywglg V3 j Qfsigw- . " x ' fx T .f A ix L ,qi ' ....wQ.,..,., , . Nile . . . A VJ 'MV Y .ii'fi,gs1. . ' E . 5. LL, H 1.,' ...., 3-,. -i ,... ..1-ma... ,... - - .-L1t-:-P' A I xs- Kelly Clark M343 Caps off a 'Belle fast break with an easy two points. Clark was named LSC Defensive Player ofthe Year. Kelly Richards 14231 plays hard despite a leg injury. The 'Belle defense surrounds an opponent. The 'Belles beat their opponents this season in blocked shots 53--19. tMike Howell Photosl 105 Enriquez, Pierre nab titles The ASU Men's tennis team fin- ished second in the LSC with 30 points behind the 36 points of East Texas State University. Steve Enriquez won the LSC sin- gles crown for the Rams, beating Ron Johnson of ETSU 6-4, 6-3. In the doubles contest, Enriquez and Hayden Towerton were defeated by ETSU. Wilson Fennelly and Dan Olesen went to the doubles finals where they were defeated 6-7, 6-1, 6-4 by Gary Rutherford and Manny Sosa of ETSU. Three ASU tennis players Went on to post season play this year. Eliza- beth Pierre, LSC Women's Singles Champion, made it all the way to the third round of the NCAA tourna- ment before being eliminated. Enriquez and Olesen were also in- vited to the tournament but they were both eliminated in the first round. - Jose R. Brown ,. . .V .,,f,.,. ...Ts-,x-,t-fb ..- 1 4' . ' :Q f.l.: " 5 has ' A ,W .h U! -' -115:-JCR, f "' " 4 2 Q 5235 J ff Hr! :.r.:.a,- PR if iv , 5, -ffl-X. '1 fi Jjf, V V. X. A . . Q ni + .K ' K . ,, .-. --.ng .4 , MF 3 3+-ff' ' F9' .r .st all '- 106 tennis ,Z-.W,......, , . VB eff- 1 Steve Enriquez sweeps low for a forehand vol- ley. lJose R. Brown Photo! Hayden Towerton concentrates hard on his backhand. lJose R. Brown Photo? Louis Austodillo goes airborne for a volley. lJose R. Brown Photo? Steve Enriquez returns an easy forehand at an ASU meet. 1Jose R. Brown Photol Dan Olesen stretches out for a diiiicult back- hand. lJose R. Brown Photo? Elizabeth Pierre leans for a low shot. Pierre won the LSC Women's Singles title for the Rambelles this season. lCharles Bryce Photo? Golfers finish third At first glance, the life of an ASU golfer might seem quite cushy. You see the football and basketball squads sweating it out for hours a day: and you figure that a golfer has it easy. That's not altogether true. The ASU golfteam "works out" every day at the two local country club golf courses. The atmosphere is decidedly lighter. Laughter andjokes fill the air between holes. Once on the green though, all is quiet. Here, concentra- tion is paramount. This concentra- tion is the main ingredient in a golfers game. One way this concentration can be developed is through experience. Twenty-four-year-old senior Lance McMillan from Snyder has more ex- perience than anyone on the team. McMillan served as unofficial team captain. "He's a veteran. and I think he has given us good leadership," said men's athletic director and golf coach Phillip George. George was very pleased with his team this year. "I'm proud of these guys," he said. He was also pleased with the Ram's performance in the LSC tournament at Abilene. This year's LSC Tournament was held at Abilene's Fairway Oaks Golf Senior. Lance McMillan eyes his shot closely. fArt Hanson!ASU News 81 Information? The 1984-'85 ASU Ram Golf Team. Left to right, front row: Kevin McKinney. Lance McMillan. Tim Conzemieus. Back Row: Coach Phillip George, Ken Novak. Randy Hicks. -Jim Brad Hopkins. tDavid Lozano Photo! 108 and Raquet Club. The Ram golfers finished third overall in the 54 hole match with a score of.932. Abilene Christian won their home tourna- ment with a score of 906. Eastern New Mexico captured second place with a 921. The Ram golfers had a good chance of winning the LSC title but the weather on game day did not agree with them. Winds whipped the course during the whole tourney. In golf, the winds can be a real factor, but the Rams "handled it well." George said. McMillan and freshman Ken No- vak from Austin were the Ram Standouts for the LSC Tournament. Novak was a Runner Up Medalist with a score of 225 with a 75 average. McMillan, right on the heels of Novak, scored a 233 with a 77.6 aver- age. Tim Conzemieus, a junior from Breckenridge, Minn., scored a 233. George expects good play out of Con- zemieus next season. Three Ram golfers earned post- season honors this season. Ken No- vak earned first-team all-LSC hon- ors for his play. Lance McMillan and Tim Conzemieus each captured sec- ond-team ratings. - Jose R. Brown oils . -- N- W had -fx- wi s " 'x ,tg-gy, .1 iilif -' Q el' X P' .A ng' 'pi Q.. ' H is-W' ,,,,, . A F. - t x 4 v Wi' J' .eg Tim "Jed" Conzemieus earned an all-LSC sec- ond-team placement this year for his efforts. Lance McMillan follows "all the way through" on a drive. Jim Brad Hopkins waits for his putt to hit its mark. lArt. Hanson PhotosfASU News Kz In- formationl SS? golf 109 Ram weight men shine at LSC meet Allan Herberts throw in the jave- lin eclipsed his nearest competition by 18 feet in the Lone Star Confer- ence Meet in Abilene on April 26. Herbert won the contest with a throw of 214'9". Colin McCall of Abi- lene Christian University came in second with a 196'8". Allan Moore and Kyle Longley of ASU finished seventh and ninth. Ram weight men captured two third place finishes. In the hammer throw. Mark Petross swung it 166'2". Alan Moore also lept 24'5V2" to earn third place in the long jump. ln the discus competition. ASU garnered second place points with Paul Cacciapaglias throw of 157'7". The winning throw traveled 186'11". The Ram speedsters and distance men did not fare too well at the LSC meet but. eight of them qualified to travel to Los Angeles for the NCAA Division Il National Meet. The Ram 400 meter relay team, Larry Payne in the 200 meters, Kevin Herring in the 800 and Kevin Keiser in the 3.000 steeplechase were the ASU entrants in the meet. Allan Herbert, Alan Moore, Mark Petross, and Eddie Goodson repre- sented ASU in the field events. ACU won the conference meet with 265 points. ASU came in a dissa- pointing fourth place with only 83 points. Texas A8zI and East Texas State University finished second and third. - Jose R. Brown Alan "A.J." Moore hits the mark and launches his javelin. Moores season best was 187'8". lGiles Smith Photol 110 Two make All-America list Wg. 4 'S . 'L................ Senior Paul Cacciapaglia earned All-America honors in the shot and discus at the NCAA division II Na- tional Meet in Los Angeles, Califor- ma. Cacciapaglia placed third in both events with throws of 58'11VQ" in the shot and 168' in the discus. One Rambelle also earned All- America list. Kehinde Vaughan won the 400 meter dash with a 53.54. LSC javelin champion Allan Her- bert scored a 10th place in his event. Kevin Herring finished eighth in the 800 meters to score one point for the Rams. Kevin Keiser came in 12th in the 3,000 steeplechase finals. Heptathelete Karin Lindqvist fin- ished eighth for the 'Belles in that event. Her total for the contest was 4,986 points. The 'Belle 1600-meter relay team composed of Rhonda Herndon, Kin- dal Burton, Stella Njemanze, and Kehinde Vaughan, finished fourth in the finals with a time of 3:44831 a school best. Cindy Stewart also put the 'Belles in the points with a fourth place finish in the 100 meter hurdles. - -lose R. Brown ll ,.- V A Eddie Goodson appears to be running as he flies through the air on a long jump attempt. Kurt Stenzel leads the pack in a long distance race. Larry Payne sprints away from an exchange while a teammate winds down to take a breather. tArt Hanson Photos!ASU News 8a Informationl 111 Belles finish second in L C Impressive performances in the field events by Barbro Sjoberg and Anna-Lenna Pihl set the pace for the Rambelle track team at the Lone Star Conference meet held April 27 in Abilene. Barbro Sjoberg jumped her way into points for the Belles three times. She placed fourth and second in the high and triple jump contests. Ajump of 20'1V1" earned her first place in the long jump. Her nearest competition was Yolanda Henry of Abilene Chris- tian with a 19'5V1". Anna-Lenna Pihl added second-place points in the jav- elin throw with a 1453" throw. The running events were all hotly contested with 'Belle speedsters fin- ishing in the top three in nine of 11 ., . h :yr-N ' 1 Egfr' Q .9-5. .. . i 14' - . ' , w r 5 '- l N . rw - A ads. ' ' . 'N , X c . 'I . K .BX r QA ' "I 'N A ' 'e f ' , ' Mg - ' . . .,.,-- D .4 - . . ,,.i. . - ' Si? .1 gil B -az: ' ' . A 2 Q.. ...x Birgitta Troive threw the discus for a season best of 150'10". lArt Hanson Photo!ASU News Sz Informationl Rambelles Kehinde Vaughan and Cindy Stew- art push hard in a close race. lArt Hanson ,N Photo!ASU News 8: Informationl Cindy Stewart flies through the 100-meter hurdles. lGiles Smith Photol 1 12 races, Kehinde Vaughan won the 400 meters with a time of 55.27 seconds beating Henry of ACU by 314 of a sec- ond. Hurdler Cindy Stewart broke her old meet record in the 100 meter hur- dles with a 13.84. Her old record was 13.92, set in 1983. Stella Njemanze added third-place points with a 14.64 in the event.. In the 800-meter run Kindal Burton came in second with a 2:15.4. The relay teams each scored sec- ond-place finishes behind the potent ACU squads. The 400-meter relay team ran a 47.42. The mile-relay team ran a 4:02.23 behind the 3:51.12 of the ACU team. - Jose R. Brown filflm ,,. . .-.. .... A .fit x Sf .P ss Y all Z' ua-ff' '.F 1..- 'I Y .,.l1fA' . AG' it iff' 5 . A -r .jr Q -'urikf ,,',..,,pq1 g pudFl- 4.a-zr' 1 '- ' ' -vgev sqm' xv--,fn-gp-zuur"-.P V .-vgvvvvgcn ww' 3. P l ' -- - . W A A ,A-n. -- ,. 4 ' +V 4- ,mgssn . 1 1 , . , .V .van-N Ms. -nf 'A ' e ' l- s- , .:,.--M H--me 1 he 4 4 N, if -Y F, 'N z A -. .rg -3-gm' .Q 1 3 ,1 - ju img,-in-13. . aiu. . x l , X F , , ,nik :A .::s7YsNsQ.W.z-As. 1 . c 'Q . k , Lt -ffl ,mm . ' - 3 j !4+H!E: ' +',g?c K I Y ,f ' ., .91-. ' J r s Q 3'6" , , ' - xi X x li' Q 1 " ,-- A ri 1 H .xl 1 y IH Y 3 no f ,,' ls? 'l Y:-il ' Y A '1 x 'K m3fLli73TATl1 film' 'Nm HN-5 l l W 'Isl In X " A ' ' 1 lr 'f mi f 1 f Q ' on :lv J lflrzlfrflffli J 6 xx I L 1 I IU if M1 ,I M Wh 5. .Q- wind' G-VN 'l-FWGQP ,ss dl .N A3 NX N" f .,-,.4,., l I3 1, , f fy H f --Q,-4 ,lf - " - auf avg- , A.- 'v V, ' . ' H' ' s - ' -', 11' W, , - ,r:..'., infill, ,ff 1' sf I :yf ,V w1'1'!gfl 1 + xi .,, .af 1- 1, .H , H - , . .i 1.0! ., f ...,-fn" V' ' 'Lf - 1 I V17 -1" V: ' is 'ff es, F ls ,Ja - 1 .R lp.: -.-3 -big? " 40" - ' - 1--...T ' '- I ' 5:1 . Catricia Mills flops over the bar during a Rambelle practice. lArt Hanson PhotofASU News 8: Informationl Anna-Lenna Pihl looks skyward as she "puts the shot at the Texas Tech meet. 1Catricia Mills Photol Barbro Sjoberg clears the last hurdle in the 100-meter hurdles. lA1't Hanson PhotofASU News 8: Informationl rambelle track 113 Sjoberg aims for 1988 Olympics V Living in a foreign country can be pretty scary when you don't know anyoneg making a name for yourself can be even harder. But Rambelle heptathlete Barbro Sjoberg, who came here last January from Sweden, seems to be well-ad- justed and has found herselfa spot on the ASU track team. The 21-year-old native of Malmo, Sweden said what she likes best about living in America is "the weather and the opportunity to go to school and do what you like most at the same time." Barbro said she enjoys running track most of all. She said the sport is much more popular over here than in Europe and there are a lot more fans at the track meets. Soccer and tennis are the most popular sports in Swe- den and there are no organized sports in the school systems. There are dif- ferent sports clubs made up of stu- dents who practice during the school year and compete against each other. At the age of 14, when she was in the seventh grade, Barbro decided to switch from playing basketball, vol- leyball and doing gymnastics to con- centrate on track. She started mn- ning for the Helenholms Sports Club that summer and found that track was her true love. Almost seven years later, the 5- foot-9 physical education major has definite goals for her future. She says making the 1988 Olympics Games in Seoul, Korea is her ultimate goal. If she does, she will be on the Swedish team unless she marries an American citizen. The versatile athlete's personal re- cords are: 14.85 in the 100-meter hur- dlesg 5'7" in the high jumpg 42'11" in the shot putg 25.5 in the 200-meter rung 120' in the javeling 20'33A" in the long jumpg and 2:23 30 in the 800- meter run. - Charles Bryce Barbro Sjoberg placed first at the LSC meet with a long jump of 20'11fi". tArt Hanson Photo!ASU News Sz Information? 114 . -.., .-K. :v..v.-Q' W -- I " xv?-Iwi-fri: Group L Vg. ,L rs sg, . i 1 I ,AIX 't f", "X 5 'gr l QRS! Edward Albee fthird from leftl poses with ASU playwrights before his lecture in April. fArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sz Informa- tionl Journalism majors Sami Harman, Barbara Dempsey, Yolanda Melendez, John Parsons, Kris Ballard, Charles Bryce, and Brent Rud- dell pause for the University Photographer on their way to class in an attempt to get in the yearbook. CArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sz Informationl First year Nursing major Chris Carlisle com- forts a crying baby. fEva Stuart Photol lel LAM? This section composed of the groups at ASU - students who found achievement in their extra-curricular activities, clubs and organizations. This section recognizes the aca- demic and professional organiza- tions, governing organizations, Greeks, honorary clubs, religious or- ganizations, special interest organi- zations, and performing organiza- tions. t . :V .. "QMxI1i- 'ZX '-f -iX:.saH?i'x, K ,-V' -' ' " gi.C"ifl L' Af je-K 1-'rf' fi " i gt ,.r,- f . - 5 'ffl -' we-f M ' 7 ' 1."' 0 ,g p I . ' C- QwQ.k, 1.'QfT9f1?'1 p "- i --1 .J 'I in 'bkxyj-X5-' . lr. "cl: ' " 1 F . A f- : fa- X ' groups 1 15 fb of Academic and professional clubs combine speakers and activities relative to their many different fields and professions in 'Appl ing knowledge for achievement . . . "Another excellent year" was the achievement of the ASU Account- ing Society according to President David Reynolds. Highlighting the year for the orga- nization was the tenth Annual Ac- counting Appreciation Week on Oct. 29-Nov. 2. Festivities included an accounting symposium and a banquet at the Sheraton Hotel. ACCOLNTING SOCIETY - Front Row: Ernest Jara. Carolyn Droll. Karolan Kinsey. Sharon Robison, Debbie Biskey, Virginia Hunt, Janet Mills, Becky Lenien. Victoria Stauber. Second Row: John Murphey, Terry Spurlin. Nadine Quart. John Hancock. Sidney Beal, David Reynolds. Roger Carlile. Michelle Schniers. tMike Howell Photol AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY First Rowz Randall Curtiss. Mark Johnson. Craig Sponseller. Malcolm Upton, Eric Wilkinson. Second Row: Oneita Burgess. Mike Britt. Allison Burk, Sam New, Valerie Engelbrecht, Claudia Emmett, Wende Pincus. lMike Howell Photol 116 Members also volunteered their time to help the needy in San Angelo complete their tax returns, Reynolds said. Lorenzo Penafiel, professor of ac- counting, was the adviser. The American Chemical Soci- ety strived this year to "offer a chance for chemistry majors to in- volve themselves with other chemis- try majors. . .and further their inter- vu, Y 'est in chemistry," Oneita Burgess, president of the ASU chapter said. The group worked toward their goal by sponsoring speakers, tours, and fund-raising activities that in- volve current research in scientific fields. Adviser for the group was Michael Carlo, professor of chemistry. - Lisa Musser Elf. is . t:1i'Ql R -1: 5' . 1' 1. K I X . A l fx 5 Q 6 J . , 4 I . . AY .-3-45-N 15- . .X I if N . ., " 1 If wt '-55.541536 -:il"N"9BA: . 1, 1 i.g,,..y ' -'hissrwsil 1, The American Marketing As- sociation began in October of 1984 and experienced "tremendous pro- gressn Adviser S.K. Chawla, assis- tant professor of marketing, said. The group is still in the "progress of buildingi' President James Sand- ers said. The 70 member group earned over S500 during the year. Their principal fund raiser was per- forming a survey for the San Angelo Standard-Times newspaper. AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCI- ATION member Ann Faithasang washes a car during a fund-raiser sponsored by the organi- zation in April. YVETTE ARLEDGE dries a car for the American Marketing Associations spring fund-raiser. tDavid Lozano Photos! AMERICAN MARKETING ASSO- CIATION - First Row: Ann Faithasang. Leticia Rascon, Tonya Thompson, Yvette Arledge. Second Row: Dema McMinn, Sue Nelford, Cheryl Payne, Layne Caskey. Brent Rutherford. Third Row: Anthony Kulhanek, Tisha Schwartz, Rene Segoviano. Melvin Douglas. Fourth Row: Jonathon I-Ierrera. James R. Young, Andrew Oehler, Rico Joe Forlano. 1'-:iii-S f .. .gf -.-+ The group strived to educate their members on the role of marketing through speakers and club activities. The Student Chapter of the As- sociation For Computing Machin- ery 'tincreased membership, interest, enthusiasm and revenue for end of the semester parties," Mark Young. president for the spring semester said. The group accomplished their achievements listed above by work- ing towards their goal - "to supply computer science students with in- formative speakers on up-to-date computer science technology," Young said. He jokingly added that the group also introduced the "worst selling" T-shirt on campus. Bill Graham was president during the fall semester. John Leggett, assis- tant professor of computer science was the group's adviser. - Lisa Musser 117 Applying knowledge for achievement . . . "We want the community to know that we're interested in helping them and that we enjoy what we do." said President Robyn L. Davis ofthe Stu- dent Nurses Association. The two primary goals of the soci- ety are to do more voluntary work for the community and in doing so gain more recognition as a local organiza- tion. Their actiyities this year have included blood pressure drives and participation in Poison Control Week. Jo Sears. assistant professor of nursing. was the advisor. - Sherry Burson L44 ' ,,,,f'-' E A STUDENT NURSES Cathy Burk. Desi this fall. tArt Hanson Phot.ofASU News 81 Carter, and Robby Davis promote their asso- Informationb ciation at Round-Up in the University Center it ' . . I " K I 1 In . , 1 1 f ,. I .2 W . F-Q at 3 in A to , tw t Q-we I, 4 Qt 5. ,lt I S ' - I 'DW it 'D ' sex T55-Y I 1 H ' x 9 N' - . ' x . . 1 ' 3 x I - - , ,. 1-,J p , I A , -' N J ' -"'.W',PjA-h -WL, " - B., V: " A it A .1 L f Ah I ROBBY DAVIS explains to Angie Arrieta the -Qi requirements for membership in the Student is Nurses Association. tArt Hanson Photo!ASU News 8: Information! THE S.NI.A.S.H. LNIT, sponsored by the ' I Student Nurses Association took second prize at the Big Show during Homecoming. Partici- Short. Rebecca Wainwright. tFrontl Meagen Kissell. Melissa Kissell. and Dummy. tDan pants are 4Leftl Wanda Zellmer. tBackl Pam Wheeler Photot 118 NURSING STUDENT ASSOCIATION - Seated: Dottie Read, Kay Lackey. Front Row: Chris Carlisle, Jan Gould, Cathy Burke. BeBe Doe, Jay Prieto, Rita Lopez, Janis Fuchs. Back Row: Robbie Davis, Paula McNaughton, Desi Carter. Francis Nelson, Sheri Gerhardt, Barbara Conoly, Brenda Gibbons. Gail Evans, Charlotte Cardenas, Melissa McDowell. tEva Stuart Photoj "We've had a very successful year," said Delta Sigma Pi President Da- vid Scoggins. The first business fra- ternity on the ASU campus, Delta Sigma Pi was designed to foster the study of business in universities and encourage scholarship, social activ- ity, and the association of students. The organizations aim this year was to "better the business student," said Scoggins. Their activities included speakers, tours of businesses such as Gandy's Dairies, Ethicon, and Levi Strauss, blood drives, sponsoring the ASU Town Hall, and a community Plant a Tree Day, and working with the West Texas Boys Ranch. Tom Bankston, associate professor of finance, was the adviser. Promoting "studying rather than socializing" is the purpose of Phi Al- pha Theta, according to President Deborah Bloys. The organization is an international society in history and is open to any student of good character who meets the require- ments put forth in the by-laws of the society. An Annual Banquet for members is the club's big function. James Ward, professor of history, was the adviser. This year Phi Gamma Nu contin- ued to "promote scholarship on the university" by awarding top graduat- ing business majors at graduation, President Tammy Rusk said. Phi Gamma Nu is a national pro- fessional sorority formed to promote competency and achievement in the field of business. The 31 member organization had speakers and highlighted their year by raising approximately 35800 for the American Heart Associations "Tur- key Walk" in November. Diane Ray was president during the fall semester. Andrew Dane, asso- ciate professor of economics was the Phi Gamma Nu adviser. A Lisa Musser - Sherry Burson IL? YN S52 DELTA SIGMA PI A Front Row: Todd Harper, Teresa Dennis, David Scoggins, Lisa Ridout, Eric Miller, Back Row: Mike Kiesl- ing, Dwain Gilliam. Rob Holley, Jimmy Bas- quez. tDavid Lozano Photol , 1 1' I .. .i ' R Howell Photol if trait..-f DELTA SIGMA PI members Teresa Frericks. Debbie Mauldin, Lonnie Perkins, David Scoggins, Dawn Brewer. Tina Carter, Mike Carter, John Parker, Todd Harper, and Darla Lohse tleft to right, top to bottoml enjoy the festivities of a fundraiser for a guidance and counseling center in San Angelo. The organization, aided by Graham's Central Station and KIXY radio station, raised over S600 for the center. tDayid Lozano Photo? PHI GAMMA NU - Front to Back, Left to Right: Mindy Hutchinson, Susie Stroeher, Patsy Davis. Kim Rodgers, Diane Risen- hoover, Lynne Robertson, Ann Walker, Susan Watts, Janet Tuttle. Toni Teague, Catricia Mills, Tammy Rusk, Joe Lawrence. Diane Ray, Kim Dunnam, Janet Mills, Karen Schil- ling, Janis Turner, Elizabeth Latham, Caro- lynne Schenkel, Robert Schenkel. lMike 1 19 Applying knowledge ' I v - "' A I J f .fr Q . ,- 1 1- , A . Q' I "4 o ' 1 on ' ji ,. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a na- tional professional fraternity "out to help better the music department," Gary Vaden, president of the ASU chapter said. Selected activities for the group this year included setting up for the San Angelo Symphony and a Putt- Putt, video game fund raiser. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia raised approximately 3500 with this activity. Edward Surface, instructor in mu- sic, was the adviser. - Lisa Musser V'-JJ' ' i . . W PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA - First Row: Jim Newsom, Gary Vaden, Joe Riggs, Kippy Edge, Darren Skinner: Second Row: Orlando Rodriquez, Tracy Womak, Rob Franklin, Doug Holley. John Douglas: Third Row: Rob Holley, Stephen Henry, Daniel Villareal, David Dalton, Brian Bulley. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA - Jenny Dell Tamara Hart, Rachel Jenkins. Pat Graham: Colleen Silven, Becky Hunt.. Sigma Alpha Iota, a women's mu- sic fraternity requires a student to have full-time status and a 2.5 grade point average overall with a 3.0 GPA in music. Selected activities for the organi- zation were local musicals and pro- viding a music program for young people. Becky Hunt was president. Sharon Towndrow, instructor in music, was the adviser. - Lisa Musser 120 Academic Organizations Any ASU student who is interested in the field of management may join the Society For Advancement Of Management. Speakers, a spring banquet, and business and company tours were part of the clubs agenda this year, with a management seminar as their biggest accomplishment. "The mem- bers that attended the seminar prob- ably have a better understanding of the theories and concepts that make up the field ofstudy that we call man- agement," President Steven Jones said of the seminar. The group's adviser was Robert Coe, professor of management. The purpose of the Angelo State University Finance and Real Es- tate Organization is to provide Stu- dents a forum for interaction be- tween the academic and financial in- stitutions in the fields of finance and real estate. This year's group achieved their goals by hosting speakers for its members and providing community service programs. lt also hosted its yearly banquet. Lisa Lee Vurnutt was the president ofthe Finance and Real Estate Orga- nization and W. B. McKinney. instructor in real estate was the adviser. W Sherry Burson - Lisa Musser 'girl FINANCEXREAL ESTATE ORGANIZA- TION - They requested a list of their members run rather than a picture identification. Members: Doug Averill, Susan Averill, David Aycock, Patricia Beach, Larry Bell. Jimmy Boen, William Bohannan, Darrell Carter, Roy Dale Cassas, Timothey Condry, Monty Cooper, Dale Cox, Keith Cox. Monty Crawford, Lisa Curnutt. Larry Davis, Dolly Dodd, Ben Franklin, Eddie Garcia. U fx SOCIETY FOR ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT - Front Row: Donna Carruthers, Cheryl Lewis, Ann Tran. Second Row: Todd Ethridge, Danny Sanders, Brian CI'-' Kerry Gartman, Brian Gary, Holly Giddens, Paula Green, Teresa Gregory, Austin Hale. Brad Hardin, Kay Hamilton. Yvonne Henry. Russell Higgins. Russell High, Lisa Hoodenpyle, Tammy Howard, Hu Hunger. Calley Hurley, James Hulto, Mark Johnson. Steve Johnson, Jennifer Jones, Todd Keating, Larry Key, Greg Kraus, Anthony Kuhlanck. Kathleen Lockwood, Lisa Lovett, Wayne Long, Doug McLean, Michael Mertz, Mark 'O LQ Schwiening, Steve Jones, Kevin Bock, Richard Jimeney. Third Row: Stewart Shiller. Dernal Jackson, Chris Rifle, Dave Heath. David Kohler, Rodney Lloyd. Milligan, Terry Morris, Shannon Neill, Andrew Oehler. Laura Parker, Kay Parras. Dennis Papasan, Sherl Priddy, Randy Rawls. Keri Ridout. Monica Rolen, Terri Sansing. Albert Sherman, Robin Smith, Steve Stehle. Susie Stroeher, Jay Surrat, Jeff Tankersley. Judy Vick, James Wallace, Jeff Wright, Jeffrey Young. Academic Organizations 121 Appl ing Kno ledge for achievement . . . The construction of the Nursing! Physical Science Building brought meetings of the Society of Physics Students to a minimum: but, this did not limit the goals of the organiza- tion. President Gary Seeton said the aims of the society are found in the words of R. Buckminster Fuller. "Up to the twentieth century, 're- ality' was everything humans could touch, smell, see and hear. Since the initial publication of the chart of the electromagnetic spectrum . . . hu- mans have learned that what they SENIOR PHYSICS MAJOR Ricky Schalek solves optics problems in the physics lab. tPaul England Photo! SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS f Front Row: John Holbert. Kent Smith, Brenda Siith. Ricky Schalek. Dennis Hapr. Second Row: James Martin, Robert Smith. Paul England, Darrell Freeman. Joel Bryan. Adnar Samarah, Eric Wilkinson. lDavid Lozano Photol STUDENT PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOC- IATION S Front Row: Dacia Loudamy, Marla Stevens, Catherine Cottle. Second Row: Unidentified. David Lozano. Sherrie Hughes. Back: David McCraw. lAnderson Breedlove Photol can touch, smell, see. and hear is less than one-millionth of reality. Ninety- nine percent of all that is going to affect our tomorrows is being devel- oped by humans using instruments and working in ranges of reality that are nonhumanly sensible." Dennis Harp, assistant professor of physics, was the adviser. The Student Psychological As- sociation worked to interest more students than psychology majors, ad- viser Wayne E. Rautenberg, instruc- tor in psychology, said. Sandra S. Maxedon, co-adviser of the organization said the aim of the programming was to "build up atten- dancef, President. Kathryn Cott.le said the club took trips, sponsored speakers and participated in programs such as the Crisis Int.ervention Program. Members who volunteered for the Crisis Intervention Program were trained to work with people over the phone on a "crises hotline" she said. - Sherry Burson - Lisa Musser tg-J hrs! 122 academic, professional organizations .,.,q-. A N .li gain' gi 'TTY K 5 'i""" G i 3'5:i',,g.-1:4 ft - 'PSF- r f,.i.,.,,- WW ,. SW .. .r - --1 .. , .. 'V .' v . - . ' ' x JN-545. i . rua' .t'f--tial-+v e -fi . ' Q 'ai N- -if V ..,,:p..-'- eye sp... . ' . -. v.-1-wiv- -2 'X at 1 .N-5 iii.: - . if H iw, ifgr. tg, 3 ,-.-R4 wfqilkd :fini 4. : 'A '- . 'fffa'-tf""1.-t 'r"'1." ' .its-,,.:c,y' wg'--cs, , ll I-Zyl.-say-5.5.-. j y, -..f:.1f"'-nf "ft 'r 9275! W 3 . t e '- .-ffffff'-ffs'-1 . .QI K 1. 'vi cpl LJQJF'-' - . . .' k w 'si . A bm rt-.:5,, ,- 'pit . . '- if 9' dy., ,N-,I 'Sd - A it .X ' tx- iiiivjlii t . N ' .ni . 1 'Ti' ANGEL FLlCil-IT - Front Row: Lisa 'f,. " -' DeLaRue, Lorie Bossie, Barbara Lou, Darcy 'H -"f . 'wg' 93 Taylor, Stewart, Linda Shelton. Second Row: Pam Stacy Clark. Janet Tuttle. Elisabeth Allen tM1ke Howell Photol SIGMA DELTA C HI Ol' l' IC li RS President Susan Williamson, Vice lresident Dixid Ramirez Secretary Ireisurer Alex Isham w SIC MA Rhonda Albright Parsons Ramirez Tammy Draugho Draughon and Quill forrespondent Joe ere installed at the or inization s till initiation Ulm Albright Photo! DELTA CHI Front Row lim Batts Carrie York Cheryl Carter Xolanda Melendez Sami Harman lisa Musser Woodall Barham Dempsey lim Second Row Alex Carillo John Gene Powell Joe Isham Dixid Anderson Breedloxe I:,lx in Putman Olson Susan Williamson Alex n tlrene Page Photol t""9 ,ag- Angel Flight is a service organi- zation which aided the progress ofthe Arnold Air Society and promoted the Air Force ROTC and the U.S. Air Force. Selected activities for the group were providing the Homecoming bonfire and institutional and com- munity service. Suzy Wolcott was the student lead- er and Major Ron Carter, assistant professor of aerospace studies, was at-Pvt the adviser. The purpose of the ASU chapter of Sigma Delta Chi and the Society of Professional Journalists is to associate journalists into a more or- ganized unit of good fellowship and to advance the standards ofjournalism. The 30-member organization did this by sponsoring "brown bag lunches" with speakers on various to- pics, President Susan Williamson said. 'C7 XJ Q7 A debate between the local politi- cal party chairmen was featured at one of the lunches. The organization also sponsored a Socratic debate in April. Williamson said the main achieve- ment was increasing membership. Jim Batts, associate professor of journalism, was the adviser. - Lisa Musser academic, professional organizations 123 Residence hall organizations plan parties, dances to involve and entertain students while they re djusting to dorm life Five individual dorm organizations make up the Residence Hall Associ- ation. The Carr Hall Association strives to uhelp the girls get adjusted to college life," said President Ve- linda Harrington. They accom- plished this through sponsoring ac- tivities and entertainment, and through involvement in other Uni- Jo Gruell, Carr Residence Hall su- pervisor, was the group's adviser. "Trying to put a little break in the routine and add some fun," is what the Massie Men's Association aims for, said Vice President Gene Powell. Dances, all night movies, mixers, barbeques, and board games were some of their activities. Nolen Mears, associate dean of student life, was the groups adviser. versity activities. pf It . f at P E ' .4 LESA GASSIOT of the Womens High Rise Association. performs in the Big Show. tDa- vid Lozano photol MASSIE MENS ASSOCIATION - First Row: Wendell Tucker. Shane Clark. Britt Reese, -lim Irwine. Second Row: John Quattrin, John Hobbs, Gary Dulude, Billy Smith, Chuck Arledge. Jaye Hicks. Third Row: Marshall Smith, Mike Wooley, Cal Hendrick, Dan Massey. Fourth Row: Robert Glass. Charles Neal, William Tabor, Duane Fine. Keith Williams. tDavid Lozano Photol CARR HALL ASSOCIATION - First Row: Debra Evans, Carey Bradford. Second Row: Connie Ratliff, Teresa Klein. Carrie Marchant, Darla Emdy, Rita Denton, Charlotte Gregg. Third Row: Teresa Fogle. Jan Smith, Becky Wainright, Velinda Harrington, Julie Barney. Sherrie Rasberry, Ag ie Urias. Vicki Harris. tMike Howell g Photol -swf se,.x...,-i-- , ..... . . .. u 124 Massie Women's Association also provided activities to involve. educate, and entertain their resi- dents. Gayla Thorpe, Massie Hall for Women supervisor, was the adviser. The purpose of the Men's High Rise Association is to urepresent the 500 men living in the Men's High Rise. We have some high expecta- tions and we hope to accomplish " ki some of our goals," said President Jimmy Linn. The groups goals and accomplishments included dances. involvement in Homecoming and the Big Show, and remodeling the room in the basement for a study and a meeting room. Greg Pecina, Men's High Rise su- pervisor, was the groups adviser. The Women's High Rise Associ- ation's goal is to provide the resi- MH WOMEN'S HIGH RISE ASSOVIATION - First Row: Becky Benge. Sherri Ileatherage. Vickie Haltmann, Wilma Carter. Melanie Rankin. Second Row: Irma Yillescas, Dora Cazares. Anita Garner, Tonya Kittle, Pat Wilson. Leslie Sumner. lfylike Howell ljliulol dents with an organization that will represent them and will offer them opportunities to "voice their opinions about dorm life, meet and get Io know more people, and help make dorm life a little easier and more enjoyable." said President Vickie Halfmann. Michelle Turner, VVomen's High Rise supervisor, was the groups adviser. - Sherry Burson Et MASSIE WOMENS ASSOCIATION f Becky Stephens, Laurie Brader, Bobbi Martin. lMike Howell Photo! MENS HIGH RISE ASSOCIATION - Top: Chip Sohl. Left to Right: John David Templeton, Kevin Wood "Howdy", Jed Conzemius. Robby Kent. Thomas Murphy, Robert Bacon. Jimmy Job Linn. David Barton. lDan Wheeler Photol 125 Coordinating efforts equals achievement . . . "lt is the students right to improve life to the best of his ability." said Dr. Michael Carlo, adviser ofthe Angelo State University Student Associ- ation and professor of chemistry. Students can do this by using ASKSA as a "sounding board." The purpose of ASUSA is to in- crease the educational values of stu- dent life: to strengthen the unity of purpose among students, faculty, and administrationg to broaden the repre- sentative character of student gov- ernment: and to realize more fully in student affairs the concepts and practices ofefficient and dynamic de- mocracy. 3 5 Under fall semester President Tim Weatherbv and spring semester president Lola Bennett, ASUSA made many achievements on the campus. including changing the poli- cy for sponsoring a homecoming duchess. sponsoring a mock election, and looking into the need for an es- cort service for girls at night, and the need for additional parking space. - Sherry Burson ASUSA OFFICERS - Front Row: Jamie Lola Bennett, Raymond Roessler. tMike Rich. Lori Pattillo. Second Row: Sal Acosta, Howell Photo? The organization of the Angelo State University Student Association Dean of Student Life ,Y President of Student Association Select Committees Student Assembly Standing and Student Association Special Committees 126 Governing Organizations W 'fix k l "T 1 'F 1 D, '41 v rr fe' ly s. 93 The Residence Hall Association had an exciting year as it hosted the Texas Residence Hall Association Conference. "The main goal ot' RHA this year was to host the hest conference ever." HHA President Mitch Landry said. ASU was the smallest school to ever host the conference in which over 250 delegates from other univer- sities around the state attended. The purpose ot' RHA is to act as a liaison between on-campus students and the office of Student Life. RHA also sponsored or participat- ed in "Open House" in each residence hall. hall decorating contests. the Big Show, Security Awareness Week, RHA Week. and a tlea market during "Dead Week." The annual Homecoming Carnival sponsored hy RHA was cancelled due to bad weather. Nolen Mears. associate dean ot' student life, was the groups adviser. - Sherry Burson - Lisa Musser RESIDENCE HALL ASSGCIATION f Front Row: Mitchell Landry. Kim Grant. Craig Sponseller. Melody McDonald. Second Row: Tommy Richardson, Sherri Deathrage. Jim Hanso, Kevin Wood, Wendall Tucker. Third Row: Janie Elkins. Vickie Haufman. Dora Cazarez, Sherri Rasherry. Fourth Row: Cindy Martinez, Velinda Harrington. Becky Stevens, Laurie Brader, Bobbi Martin. Fifth Row: Scott Gray. Tom Frizzell, Kevin Schwalb. Connie Ratliff. John Quattrin. Not pictured: Jimmy Linn. tDavid Lozano Photo! ANGELO STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENT ASSOCATION f Front Row: Raymond Roessler. Lori Pattillo, Lola Bennett. Jamie Rich. Sal Acosta. Second Row: Cheryl Carter. Lisa Ridout. Monty Crawford, Scott Wisdom, Becky Jones, Ricky Menchaca. Lyndon Marquez, Susie Stroeker. Dan White, Melody McDonald. Third Row: Shannon Neill. Tony Marquez. Aaron Tatum. Joel Bryan, Joey Inahnet. Ron Cline. Mitch Landry, Brad Hardin. Trudy Ottmers.tMike Howell Photol Governing Organizations 127 Coordinating Efforts Equals Achievement "Bringing bigger and better pro- gramming for ASU" was the biggest achievement of the University Center Program Council, Presi- dent Ricky Menchaca said. The UCPC is a student group who worked to provide cultural, social, re- creational. and educational activities for ASU. The multifaceted program is divided among seven committees: ARTS COMMITTEE f First Row: Chuck Wilson, Libba Carver, Scott Wilkinson. Second Row: Kaye McDougall. Calvin Wimmer. Robyn Harlin. Cindy Newlin, PROGRAM BOARD Y First Row: Lynnett Moore, Libba Carver, Robin Campbell. Amanda Redeker, Emily King, Lisa Olivas. Second Row: Ricky Menchaca. Rusty Williams, Rick Greig. Dr. James Ward. David Holcomb, Joey Inabnet. lDavid Lozano Photos! l 28 Arts, Entertainment, Films, Hospi- tality, Recreation, and Speakers. This was Rick Greig's first year as program director. He replaced Sue Parman. Menchaca replaced David Holcomb as president in the spring. The Arts Committee, under Chairperson Libba Carver was dedi- cated to bringing cultural arts to ASU. The group sponsored several pro- grams, including a performance by the Maria Benitez Spanish Dance Company, a concert by Buddy Rich and a performance by the Baylor University Woodwind Quintet. The committee also hosted exhib- its to the Houston Harte Gallery and presented workshops and seminars on the visual arts. -30 K 1 Cl gb ..r,, as F' qe.3Ign5. t if '.:r'l" f lu- 3-ll F M -I f e nv- ' 4' O 'fx r ' "ffl 10 xi! Ni-f 7-9- The Entertainment Committee highlighted this year by bringing Mi- chael Martin Murphey to campus and sponsoring the second annual Talent Show with guest host comedi- an Tom Parks. Chairperson was Lisa Olivas. Chairperson Amanda Redeker and the students on the Films Commit- tee brought movies to the UC Con- ference Center every week. These films included "On Golden Pondfl "Tender Merciesf' "Police Acade- my," "Moscow on the Hudson," "Purple Rain," and many others. They' also sponsored a 'Dive-In Movie' at the ASU pool which fea- 5x 5 Q-.D tured "-Jaws." The Hospitality Committee opened the year with the Fall Fashion Kick-off. "The reason we named it the 'Fall Fashion Kick- off' was in support of the football team, Chairperson Emily King said. Members of the Hospitality Com- mittee are known as the official host- esses of ASU. They sponsor an ASU modeling group called the Mam- selles. The committee hosted fashion shows, modeling workshops, and seminars on diet, exercise, as well as hair and skin care. - Lisa Musser vldhdl Photol Photol s MAMSELLES - First Row: Angie Douglas. Debbie Schmitz. Leslie Fleming, Toni Teague, assistant chairperson, Lisa Price. Jennifer Spencer. Emily King, chairperson, Stephanie Oakes, Robin Campbell, assistant chairperson, Tonya White. Second How: Aaron Tatum, James Hendrix, Michael DuPont. Dennis Lewis, Ricky Medellin. Ken Kassay. Vorky Lucas, Francisco Perez, Lupe Hendon. Third Row: Paula Terry. Michelle Reed, Leigh Ann Billingsley, Stacie Rhodes, Veda Owens, Claudine Kletter, -lane Schmitz, Trish Racher, Liz Neslage, Tracy Thompson, 1Andy Breedlove Pholol ., 5 y : bm' ,. COMEDIAN MARC WEINER was one of the many talents brought to ASU by the Entertainment Committee. tGiles Smith FILMS COMMITTEE - Front Row: Kenneth Noller, Amanda Nedeker. Dan Trombly. Second Row: Joey lnabnet, Keith Klix, Ron Cline, William Deiterman. Not Pictured: Mike Daugherty. tDavid Lozano 129 Coordinating Efforts Equals Achievement . The Recreation Committee, headed by Chairperson Rusty Wil- liams. sponsored indoor and outdoor, on campus and off campus games at X Q'- ASL. A ski trip to Crested Butte, i Colorado highlighted the events. i Q l The Speakers Committee spon- 'kb X i sored lectures featuring well-known 'kb 1 , ' h q, 7 - N' 'E l -. I' speakers such as Benjamin Hooks. 5 Lu, in h 1 F executive director of the NAACP. S They also hosted speakers Adele Sheele and Katherine Brady. The speakers committee chairper- son was Lynette Moore. - Lisa Musser MAMSELLE Emily King greets Fubar. a ro- bot sponsored by the PROGRAM COMMIT- TEE. tArt Hanson Photo!ASU News Sz Infor- 1 Q X Q X mation? SPEAKERS COMMITTEE - First Row: Kathy I-Ialamicek. Dan Bohr. Second Row: Lee Maes, Lynette Moore. Connie Kochanski, Darcy Dana. Twila Dunavant, Third Row: Jay Justiss. Lyndon Marquez. tDavid Lozano Photol RECREATION COMMITTEE f First Row: . . Debbie Wallin. Kathy Arroyo, Rhonda ' Woodall. David Lozano. Second Row: Rusty VVilliams. Becky Williams, Liz Lewis. tMike Howell Photo? ff' - 9127 i :"'. if 4 .. fy M.- +A. 13' Promoting "the interest ofthe fra- ternities it represents as well as the University" are the goals of the In- terfraternity Council, says Presi- dent Keith Fulton. The organization, which is composed of three delegates and one alternate from each of the mutually exclusive national social fraternities and colonies on campus, functions to coordinate the activities of fraternities at ASU. The council was involved in many activities this year, including Greek Week, a Greek volleyball, softball, and track and field tournament, an All-Greek Banquet to award the out- standing fraternity and its members and a Boys Ranch Picnic. Nolen Mears, associate dean of student life, was the adviser. "We try to develop and maintain a fraternity life and interfraternity re- lations at a high level ot' accomplish- ment and in doing so promote superi- or scholarship. We cooperated with other fraternities and the adminis- tration, and thadl fine social and moral standards," Melody Mc- Donald, President ofthe Panhellen- ic Association, said. The organization with adviser Wil- lene Siler, coordinates sorority ac- tivities at ASU. This year they revised rush rules, planned social activities, and worked with the lnterfraternity Council on such events as Greek Week and the Greek Games. Encouraging the principles of scholarship is the aim of the Honor Fraternity Council. "Our main function is to work with the Sympo- sium tandl get honor fraternities to- gether," said President Brad Hardin. The President, Vice President, and Faculty Sponsor of each recognized honor society on campus are eligible for membership in this organization. Phil Holcomb, associate professor of English, was the adviser. f Sherry Burson '34,-F QL JBL. ,V INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL f Front Row: Chuck Arledge. Dennis Lewis, Keith Fulton. Second Row: Danny Lane. Tom Frizzell, Lyndon Marquez, Jef Butcher. Johnny G. Herrera. Back: Aaron Tatum. tDavid Lozano Photo? PANHELLENIC - Front Row: Melody McDonald. Leslie Weerns, Debbie Schmitz, Clare Ronaghan, Second Row: Karen Hardie. Martie Reeves. Lesley Berry. Lisa Kottler. Third Row: Willene Siler, Laura Alvey. Suzy Sorrell, Kim Martin. tMike Howell Photol Governing Organizations 131 of QQ? ASU's fraternities and sororities offer a family away from home for students who achieve by Going Greek style. This year the ASU chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity raised approximately 35,000 a semester for charity, according to President Dwain Gober. The Texan's War on Drugs was one of the group's prime beneficiaries, PI KAPPA ALPHA members follow as Kevin Burnett on the left and Chuck Arledge on the right pull the miniature Pike fire engine containing Dwain Gober at the Big Show. 4Dan Wheeler Photol PI KAPPA ALPHA f Front Row: Todd Neilson, Chris Mickleson, Roscoe Ram, Preston Coffer. Eric Miller. Second Row: Billy Ledbetter, Rud Byrd, Danny Lane, Dan White. Third Row: Kurt Brunson, Craig Leeder, Steve Ocker. Fourth Row: Paul Melton, Kevin Brunson. Fifth Row: Kenneth Arnold, Joe Perez, Chuck Arledge, Marc Jenkins. Sixth Row: Don Massey, Bill Childress. Seventh Row: Jimmy Miller, Kyle McKinnes, Lonnie Hise, Kelly Wilson. Eighth Row: Bobby Brooks, Aaron Tatum, Stephen Blue. Ninth Row: Bill Lanear, Scott Nowell, Bruce White, Dean Buchanaan. Tent.h Row: Scott Carter, Robert Gonzales, Dennis Lewis, Jeff Knopp. Not Pictured: Gary Masters. 1David Lozano Photo? 132 wmfwxwl' I ENEBZBRAW 'N gr- t- . ji Gober said. Major activities of the social fra- ternity were Pikefest, Greek Games, Greek Week, and publication of the Dream Girl Calendar which featured Pike Little Sisters. The ASU fraternity is 14-years-old and dedicated to the establishment of brotherhood on a firm lasting basis. The national chapter was founded in 1868. Adviser for the Pikes was Ed Ol- son, assistant professor of govern- ment. se This year Sigma Phi Epsilon, a social fraternity, celebrated their tenth anniversary at ASU. The anni- versary motto was "A Decade of Brotherhood and Beyond," Jose Brown, Sigma Phi Epsilon guard said. In honor of the anniversary Uni- versity President Dr. Lloyd Vincent declared December 7, 1984 Sigma Phi Epsilon Day at ASU. The main purpose of Sigma Phi Epsilon is to promote the ideas of brotherly love and friendships. Ray Zepeda was president during the fallg Rob Key was president for the spring. Sigma Phi Epsilon adviser was Wallace Bost, associate professor of English. - Lisa Musser CDE UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT Dr. Lloyd Vincent congratulates Ray Zepeda on the ASU Sigma Phi Epsilon's tenth anniversary. CDavid Lozano Photo! SIGMA PHI EPSILON members attend Dr. Lloyd Vincent's presentation on ASU Sigma Phi Epsilon Day. Front Row: Todd Goodnight, Jay Fillpot, Lyndon Marquez. Andy Seneno, Roland Alvarez. Scott Howard. Back Row: Mark Martin, Robert Key, Mark Powell. Wall: Patti Drennan, Little Sister. sg Q! Going Greek St le LAMBDA CHI CRESCENT Ginger Hooten takes her turn at pushing the wheelchair with teddy bear to Austin. CRESCENT Debbie Pullig rests against the pickup which provided transportation on the trip. tCarrie Marchant Photosl "Lambda Chi Alpha is not just for four years - it.'s for life," Presi- dent Jef Butcher said. Lambda Chi Alpha, the first frater- nity chartered at ASU, is dedicated to inspiring loyalty, appreciation, and devotion to Christian principles. "Interaction through meetings, fund-raisers for the community, and other activities allow the members to develop a long-lasting genuine friendship between one another," Butcher said. This year the fraternity did several community service projects, includ- ing helping the West Texas Boys Ranch. They also raised money with their annual wheelchair push to Aus- tin for the American Heart Associ- ation. Michael Carlo, professor of chem- istry, was the adviser of Lambda Chi Alpha. - Lisa Musser 134 greek organizations 'fit' American Heart Association . - Lfgw-My. ,tv ,- A.. Q, , ' . -. .X ..fwt..tws- t LAMBDA CHI - Front Row: Jef Butcher. Russell Webb, Orlando Rodriquez, Caine Rosignol, Tino Akins, Scott White. Back Row: Glen Moore, Clifford Ashley, Clint Terrell, Jeffy Trevino, Marshal Smith, Toby Guerrero. Not Pictured: Dallas McConeghy. Paul Wayne English, Jeff Stoddart, Tom Frizzell, Wes Davis, Glenn Box. tDavid Lozano Photo? 4, X X, if l 1 'Ny ' rl in gl., I. Sigma Phi Epsilon members and their little sisters helped clean up San Angelo and raised money for their fraternity in April. The second annual Sig Ep Trash Clean-Up raised S500 for the frater- nity. Ten percent of the money raised by the clean-up effort went to the Committee to Beautify San Angelo. rfb ff ,fm 1 j Q ,I ,-,L . fo 1 I i H: F 'gferg' 'Qin' "' il .. 4 , ,,.va.-- h .R :S 4, ssl, f, 'Q Q, -. .- Vu.: Ji .t-:M -: 4 -:s..v:-.r -- - V-.3427 ,,., t . A . ' 4 sus Q- 1 ' X -E . be 'S ik.-ln' Sizf' X .Q T-I-ex. X XX X s.. I W 'X 'N' ' xx - BS . N-" ' ' x .1 . rcs w - .1-f The fraternity members collected trash along a 10-mile route starting at the end of Loop 306 near Sunset Mall. The Sig Eps solicited pledges from local businesses for each mile of trash collected. This year's second part of the route included a four-mile stretch along the Concho River. - Jose R. Brown, Gary Dulude Sigma Phi Epsilon brothers and little sisters pose with the results of their second annual Sig Ep Trash Clean-Up. lJose R. Brown Photol 135 Going Gree k style Achievement was the word for Sigma Kappa, an ASU social soror- ity. this year. The group obtained two national awards, The Sisterhood Award and the award for doubling chapter size. Both ofthese were given by the National Sigma Kappa organi- zation. B 5 wwf.- '7 The ASU chapter had only been in existence for seven years, the nation- al organizatin was founded in Maine in 1874. ASU had approximately 30 members in their chapter this year. The ASU chapter was active in the fight against Alzheimer's disease, a disease that affects the memory of its .ry . victims, President Michelle Collins said. Sigma Kappa was proud to have "taken on this new challengen with their other efforts towards gerontol- ogy, a study of the problems of the aging, Collins said. - Lisa Musser 1 f ' , s -. . 7- 1 . ' 'ifesfigjcr , .V ,, ,. '- 'T '.,'., .iN.,av'- 15:13, Q-em. F' '. ., :Ti Y' is -- 2fE"LJgA"'q.f'f -I 4- I- - ,. , ",- ,' .1 z t I - - ' v',f V ,, 9feL'1f1f!3'. :fL1l9'fin.?i.'f,f1 A -,244 - i ' . SIGMA KAPPA SORORITY members pull their float into the multi-purpose sports complex for the Big Show. SIGMA KAPPA - Front Row: Coleen Edward, Dianne Clemmens, Jeanie Chance, Tisha Schwartz, Lori Patillo Melody Avants. Michelle Collins. Second Row: Elizabeth Speed, Perri Taylor, Kathryn King, Lisa Price. Third Row: Betsy Biedermann, Lori Lessard, Sharla Gregg, Ginger Pickens, Pam Slaughter, Leslie Weems. Fourth Row: Robin Campbell, Tawney Mullins, Karen Hughes, Sheri Stuard, Marti Reeves. Fifth Row: Clare Ronaghan, Kathy Morris, Cristi Vadnais, Cindi Clark, Lisa Kottler. Sixth Row: Lucia Young, Michele Garcia. Not Pictured: Lola Bennett, Karin Hardie. Alumna Advisors: Debra Brown, Linda Bible, Angie Wright. fDavid Lozano Photol e-ew Q -v , is QI, is-'f . 4 fs ' Q ' . 54 . gf-S. T ' Stl x X -its ' ww-5 One of the two social sororities on campus, Delta Zeta strives to unite its members in bonds ofsincere and lasting friendship, to stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge, and to pro- mote moral and social culture. "We-'re there to help people through their col- lege years, Vice President Cathy Patter- son said. The sorority celebrated their tenth anniversary this year, participated in the Turkey Walk for the Heart Associ- ation and was active with the Mental Health and Retardation Center. Sheri Combest, registrars secretary, was the adviser. The Delta Zeta ASU chapter started in 1975. A Sherry Burson X iv" ,,, Q 'yr L. 4 . 5 DELTA ZETA Sorority member Jill Morris checks out a booth at Pikefest. fDavid Lozano Photol DELTA ZELTA - Front: Shaun Smith, Pam Pfluger, Tammy Carter, Debbie Schmitz, Lesley Berry, Carole Slater. Left: Melissa Lowrance, Debbie Chapman, Rene Toney, Melody McDonald, Val Johnson, Kim Martin. Point: Janet Tuttle. Right: Cathy Patterson, Grace Edmondson, Kathy O'Dwyer, Susan White, Tracy Ellmer. -Z: Front: Kiyomi Shintani, Vicki Shipley, Gina Zimmerman, Jill Morris, Suzanne Johnston. Diagonal: Dianne Schmitz, Jennifer Wood, Shelly Williams, Louise Figura. Top: Kim Newton, Laura Alvey, Becky Williams, Carrie Martin, Suzy Sorrell. tAnderson Breedlove Photo? -di 137 Academic achievement doesn't go unrecognized at ASU as its honor societies pay tribute to exceptional achieving above and beyond students for the crowd . . . Besides having received the Mary' land Cup for being the outstanding Arnold Air Society squadron in the nation. the ASI' society, comprised ot'Air Force ROTF cadets. "achieved unity." said Suzy Wolcott. student leader of the group. The Robert G. Carr Squadron of Arnold Air Society is a private pro- fessional honorary service. This year the group helped the or- ganizations Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, The Red Cross, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association through "man powerw and "fund raisers" Wolcott said. Major Ron Carter, assistant pro- fessor of aerospace studies was the group's adviser. - Lisa Musser 138 Ma" ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY - Front Row: Roger Tinder, Rob Drury, Dan Bohr, Kirk Mott, Dan Trombly, Suzy Wolcott, Malcolm Upton, Bobby Vance, Mark Board. Second Row: Tol Singer, Matt Trippy, Michael Lemming, Paul O'Halloran. Macho B. Bunny, Monica Wulf, Raymond Roessler. Tim Logan. Gina Fratiani. Kenneth Roller, Bruce Dobbins. Third Row: Brian Ganoe, Gabriel Green, Mike French, Shawn House. fDavid Lozano Photo? . W fi" LIEUTENANT COLONEL Paul Lang, pro- fessor of aerospace studies, attempts to stop the freshman and sophomores from gaining any bases in a baseball game between the offi- cers and the freshman and sophomores. '1 if ,Fw 1 'j f 154 . U 'RQ' 5' . - ,, psy .fr Wy. .+- 'L , 'l' T I s A ug 35 , , Y V, -.xg . 3. , ' ' H . . , al. N . ,J " , W -, A' x- Q -'Q' i Q. ' I fm: 4 Y". fe, ,.'Tl."'i' Q , 4 ' A ,- iff,-X 'Q 3,539 A 8' QTQZ 'Yu 5 Q, , ' I . if Ci':?i+ I I T S QS.. ' 4 .1 3 - ef I 4 Law , .Q 4-.::-:r ' . , .,.. 5:5 ,Q A 55,-i,,.,s-."l,1g ,fi ,ff H gf I N"'.c.- . Qrfk r XXQ . A V ' " Q - -Q Q. f' A9393 . R' ' ' 51 ' N- vi' 'fl"'?ZW' , ' . - Av- --if 5+ ,. is Gwagfg I Fi 46:1 ,,, . o -HE .J-' in 4" ol, .,c. il lid --fr , l x . K-. . jliix Mn S1 Q '4- I 5. 5 9 F 3-5 MEMBERS Terry Hamilton, Joel Dollot, -lim Ross, and Earl Milam work in a concession stand at an ROTC Drill Meet. lMike Howell Photos? I .-1' I, 6 . 52 ar 9 -J ff: .5 I J 1. JA , - .. ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY adviser Major Ron Carter, assistant professor of aerospace st.ud- ies, bats for the officers in an ROTC game between the officers and the freshmen and sophomores. FALL SENIOR ENLISTED ADVISER Paul O'Halloran relaxes at an ROTC picnic with spring senior enlisted adviser Shawn House. fMike Howell Photosl 139 Achieving above and be ond the crowd Alpha Lambda Delta's major goal this year was to "let the school know that we're here," said President Cal Hendrick. The organization is a freshman honor society for academically out- standing freshmen. This year's club was "more active" than in the past as it sponsored its annual initiation and banquet, host- ed a study skills seminar, sold T-shirts, and provided speakers Hen- drick said. Tamara Hess, instructor in chem- istry, was the group's adviser. Sigma Delta Pi, a national Span- ish honor society for Spanish majors and minors, works to "encourage the students to continue learning the language and the culture," President Leticia Ferreira said. The group's major activity of the year was initiation. Membership con- sists of five classes: active, alumnus, honorary, associate, and distin- guished. Adviser of Sigma Delta Pi was Da- vid Torres, associate professor of Spanish. - Lisa Musser .....-f 1 pies. -Q.,-a -va- SIGMA DELTA PI - Diana Soto, Ralph Rickey, Katie Pollard. David Torres, Leticia Ferreira, Harvey Martinez, Maria Senatore, Mary Lou Lowry, Adriana Martinez. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA - Front Row: Melissa McDowell, Taffi Hedges, Laura Beth Pyssen, Cheryl McCoy, Stacy Hampton, Melanie Andress. Second Row: Brent Burt, Marla Stevens, Liz Albracht, Stuart Helden, Kim Grant, Cal Hendrick. tMike Howell Photol 140 rttir- .-"xv-M! The primary concentration of Al- pha Mu Gamma, an honor society for recognizing achievement in mod- ern languages, was "expanding our public image," President Alex Draughon said. The groupls major effort centered on a four language seminar for the public this year, Draughon said. Janine Randal, professor of French, was the group's adviser. - Lisa Musser ALPHA MU GAMMA President Alex Draughon adds the touch of a smile to his club's booth at the Pikefest. tDavid Lozano Photo! ALPHA MU GAMMA f First Row: Becky Jones. -Jeanne Rogers, Alex Draughon, Laurie Plessala, Mike Kiesling. Second Row: Allison Huth, Charla Markham, Susan Bowen. Adriana Martinez, Tanya Long, Tanya Biggs, Patty Schwarz. Third Row: Dr. Otto Tetzlaff, Richard Blair, John Parsons, Daniel Trombley, Dr. Janine Randal. tMike Howell Photol 141 Achieving above and beyond the crowd . . . To "encourage high professional, intellectual, and personal standards and to recognize and apply outstand- ing contributions to education" are the aims ofthe Mu Gamma Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, says President Melody McDonald. The membership ot' this organiza- tion is composed of elementary, sec- ondary, and special education majors, who have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0. and who are seeking teacher certification. The honor society was busy this year promoting programs concerning education issues, sponsoring guests 's speakers, and touring the Region XV Center, for the public school system's supplies. Kenneth Lewis, associate profes- sor of Education, was the adviser. - Sherry Burson in KAPPA DELTA PI President Melody Mc- Donald, an English and government major, student teaches a high school history class. KAPPA DELTA Pl - Bottom to top: Carol Cunningham, Terry Ward, Lou Ann Blankenship, Brenda Alexander, Melody McDonald, Donna Oates. Mrs. Joanne Gibbs, Dr. Kenneth Lewis, Forrest Perry, David Roeder. iDavid Lozano Photos! 142 , Q 55422214 YQ. Kappa Kappa Psi, a national honorary band fraternity, was open to all members of the Golden Ram Band. Membership was by invitation. One selected activity of the frater- nity was freshman orientation. David Roeder was president fall se- mesterg Burt Stovall was president in the spring. David Fennell, instructor in music and assistant director of bands, was the adviser. t . "We support the band," Leslie Harrison, president of Tau Beta Sigma said. Tau Beta Sigma is a natinal honor- ary band sorority for Golden Ham Band members. "Most of us are leaders in the band," Miss Harrison said. She said the organization takes care of the music library, alters uniforms. sends band recruiting letters and makes themselves available for other band "Et " .51 .1 E-:Qi-'i 5 Q , " ' 2.:"g.', ' . .5 D . T7 2 . bg-y . ,W K. 1 . A 3.4 .5 .-is lil' ' .W i V V ,J W ,':"lQii,ffi'Qf V' 1 In ix needs. The members also judged pageants for -Jeanne Deans School of Dance and Theatre Arts to raise funds for band parties and things the band needed. Harris Brinson. associate profes- sor of music and director of bands. was adviser for Tau Beta Sigma. -e Lisa Nlusser KAPPA KAPPA l'Sl l-'ront lion: hlike Stone, Ricky Hinker. Robert Forton. Second How: David Roeder. Burt Stovall. John Horton, t'hip Vhapman, Scott Stephenson. David Howard. Daniel Nunez. l-'orrest Perry. Rod Shepard. Tony Moran. Danny Garza. Kirby Still. Steve Patey. Andrew Vascandwek. Gary Yadin. John Douglas. Travis Strothers. Third Bow: Mike Thompson, Nick Jenkins, Kenny Taylor. Shaun Vick. Ernie Slatinsky. tDavid Lozano Photol TAU BETA SIGMA - Front Row: Donna Franco. Marla Deese. Cathy Lewis. Teresa Ramos, Jennifer Brinson. Second Row: Rha Deatherage. Kellie Stovall. Janet Norris. Janet Graham. Kathy Bray. Ginger Hardy. Third Row: Kitty Ellis. Katherine Hallamicek, Kim Stephenson. Cindy Martinez. Leslie Harrison. Vhris Dell. Kathy Powell. Margaret Some-reve. Cheryl Hitt. Charlotte Morris. Elise Robertson. tMike Howell Photo! V f'-, E. 17" 143 Achieving above and beyond the crowd . . "For the past two years we've been nominated and recognized as one of the outstanding chapters in the na- tion." Beta Beta Beta President Paula Harrison said other organiza- tion. Beta Beta Beta is an honor and professional society for advanced students pursuing a major in the bio- logical sciences. Harrison said the group tries to promote an interest in biology. scholarship. and biology re- search. Dut of approximately 300 chapters nation wide. the ASU chapter is ranked in the top seven, Miss Harri- son said. Crosby Jones, associate professor ot' biology was the adviser. Pi Mu Epsilon is a national honor society which promotes scholarship in mathematics. Students who achieved distinction in mathematical science were eligible as members. Jack Hall was president of Phi Mu Epsilon and David Cochener, associ- ate professor ol' mathematics was ad- viser. - Lisa Musser 2- p 'W' sl E 23 E TA w. T". s-, N.. 144 aaa. cf-1.sfM.aowon , f-5 Q ,. , SEQ' vwwx PI MU EPSILON - First Row: Chris Cun- ningham, David Cochener, Amalia Sipes, Donnie Daily. Second Row: Joel Bryan, Brad Mclver, Sam Burgeson, Jack Hall. BETA BE TEE if-fer'-" ss-v Q dggi' v. ""wv!!?' i il ig i,si ,. g 5 s.: 5 W 'ein T 7 ".J.Q1'g A .:s,. it , ff,- . .1 . L...- i 1 E a 2 I BETA BETA BETA - Front Row: Lynn Simpson, Drexel Gordon, Jody Sessom. Sec- ond Row: Bilal Jilani, Donna Conlon. Stuart Taylor, Brent Burt, Delbert. McCaig, David Etheredge, Paula Harrison, Chris Mickelson. Grace Chapman, Lola Bennet.t. CMike Howell Photosl "Alpha Chi broadened the educa- tional horizons of the ASU student body by hosting the first ASU stu- dent symposium," Alpha Chi Presi- dent Chris Cunningham said. The symposium "Perspectives on American Values" was the major con- tribution and achievement of Alpha Chi this year. It was held Oct. 29-30 and featured noted sociologists. Alpha Chi is considered one of the premier scholarship societies at ASU. Adviser for the group is Phillip Holcomb, associate professor of Eng- lish. "We recognize - that's our main purpose," said Epsilon Delta Pi President Donna Pfeiffer. This organization is an honorary society for computer science majors whose academic achievements, repu- tations, and creative abilities deserve recognition. Approximately forty members make up the club. Fred C. Homeyer, professor of computer science, was the adviser. Membership in Sigma Tau Delta national English honor fraternity consists of English majors and mi- nors who have completed a minimum of two college courses in literature in addition to the usual requirements in freshman English. The society's aim, according to its constitution. is to "advance the study ofthe chief literary masterpieces, en- courage worthwhile reading, promote the mastery of written expression, and foster a spirit of fellowship among students specializing in the study ofthe English language and lit- eraturef' Sharon Willcockson was Sigma Tau Delta president. Wallace Bost. associate professor of English, was the adviser. - Lisa Musser Sherry Burson EPSILON DELTA PI - Front Row: Debbie Nunn, Donna Pfeiffer. Mike West, Debbie Mauldin, Linda Dunn. Elaine Gully. Joy Reynolds. Back Row: Fred Homeyer. Ronnie Killough, Mikal Cox, Terry Anderson, Glenn Kadlacek, Sean Graves. Russell Neeper. Kathy Reynolds. ALPHA CHI - Dr. Phillip Holcomb, Laurie Plessala, Craig Sponseller, Joel Bryan. Not pictured: Dr. Bob Hegglund, Dr. Perry Gragg. I tMike Howell Photosl 145 0,95 ASU religious organizations Q9 use talent and determination in Striving towards their ultimate goal . . . .R N -Q-.4 ,X iQ xr., 4 f ALPHA OMEGA: First Row: Todd Thomas, Yvette D. Arledge, Eric Vaughn Hindman, Sheri Hughes, Tim Seymore. Second Row: Mike Levesque, Melody Crowder, Annie Crowder, Pat Crowder, Darren Richardson, Mickey Wilson. Robert B. Bedinger. fMike Howell Photo? A place for all ASU students to have fellowship and ugrow in Christi, is what the Baptist Student Union offers, Sam Burgeson, president of the BSU, said. This year the BSU served between 200-300 students a week at lunch on Wednesdays and Fridays, Burgeson said. The students' cost of Wednes- days' meals was for the price of the food, Fridays' meals were donated by area churches. The meal's costs, payed by the students, went to the BSU summer mission program. The BSU also hosted Bible study and action groups this year. It is sponsored by the Southern Baptist 'FS Convention. Richard Lewallen, in- structor in Bible, is director. A Uhome away from home" is what the Newman Center provides, ac- cording to Olga Munoz, who assists President Marie Griffin. The Catholic Center, which is open to anyone interested in participating in its activities, offers counseling, scripture studies, movies, mass on Wednesdays and Sundays, and a place to study. "Our purpose is to keep their Catholic faith," says Munoz. - Lisa Musser - Sherry Burson 5 if -,ir ' I ,QV - ,., 7-fy - :, 1,1 All X? l .. li 'lr r 1 if ,I ,N F lf, ll- lil L- .. t.""5'4lQ1fdi"" i. H' :3g?iG2?igzq.?Q rf R ii, .Q-..g.f:f.a. . 5 -,,,-!':gQ'- A A-uicr 1. A. 7 4 R .gm 3 I A .,i1,LMwg, ,Q f ,. ., , V .. 'I 'E I: 3' Q ' - ,Qi .,,,.., I. "We don't specify that members be athletes. Welre spreading Gods word to fthe? campus," says Fellowship of Christian Athletes President David Bilderback. FCA is a special interest student organization which promotes fellow- ship and Christian ideals. The organization sponsored a number of projects, one of which was a spring revival led by students. Shirley Morton, was the group's adviser. - Sherry Burson GENERATION OF FAITH members carry the cross as their entry in the Big Show. tDan Racher Photol CHRISTIAN CAMPUS CENTER: First Row: Jeff Boerner, Lani Steward, Mike Harrington, John Stamps, Robin Stamps, Amy Chow, Cathy Reagan, Ronnie Broadfoot. Second Row: Jim Haynes. Burt Stovall, Rhonda Young, Margaret Allen, Elizabeth Latham, Brett Miller, Charles Roe, Sherri Deaths-rage, Wende Strickland. Third Row: Sabina Harrington, Kellie Stovall, John Cundiff, Rodney Tovaas, Rusty Garvin, Shanna Calaway, Pam Roberts. Leigh Ann Glosson. Fourth row: Mary Jean Owens. Keith Klix, Dorothy Stewart., Lori Steward. Leigh Ann Billingsley, Leilani Schuhmacher, Rodney Lloyd, Brent Cox. Fifth Row: Pat Baker, Mark Webster, Chip Sohl, Forrest Perry, Michael O'Briant, Scott Bayer, Robert. Hatcher, Daren Benbenek, Steve Neeley, David King. tMike Howell Photol Striving towards their ultimate goal. "Our main goal is to help some- body," said President Walter John- son of the Generation of Faith. The organization is a special interest group that performs vocal gospel mu- sic for various University, church, and civic functions in order to spread a message of hope and redemption through song. "I believe that every- one has a talent, but it is a special blessing when you can share that tal- ent with others, in hope that it will cause them to see the majesty of the Lord in life of our choirf' Johnson WALTER JOHNSON. president of the Gen- eration of Faith, shares his talent to sing and his faith during a performance at the Massie Residence Hall for Women. tMike Howell Photol 148 religious organizations said. The organization is composed of 25 members. "It is not a black organiza- tion, all are welcome," said Johnson. Their achievements include an annu- al concert held December 1, 1984 with guest artists the Director of Musical Department at The School of Arts, Dallas and the Director of Sanctuary Chair Golden Gate Mis- sionary B.C. Brother Michael Ter- rell. Johnson said, "We only pray that through our singing a life might be t touched." Harvey Johnson, instructor in mathematics, was the adviser. The goal of Alpha Omega, a stu- dent organization, was to "tell every- body on the ASU campus about Je- sus," President Mike Levesque said. Activities of the group this year in- cluded distributing posters advertis- ing the movie "The Prodigal," hold- ing Bible studies, and working to be- come an ASU student ministry service. Q1 .K . 'P'.r4..bmsms . .,, ,7 , 4 K Y N X., I ij f., Y! U S as-gnfgg-'r2?' - ,am Alpha Omega began as a prayer group in 1981 and serves non-de- nominational and Assembly of God churches. Pat Crowder was Alpha Omega Campus pastor and Troy Reeves, professor of English was the adviser. "We want to be a port in a storm for students away from home per- haps alone in the crowd here at ASU," Christian Campus Center President Michael 0'Briant said. The Christian Campus Center, 9 rang! 'K supported by the Church of Christ, is a religious organization which pro- vides opportunities for fellowship and Bible study. This year the organization spon- sored a ski trip, Wednesday night Bi- ble study and charitable activities. Sabina Harrington was president of the CCC during the fall semester John Stamps, instructor in Bible was the CCC director. The United Campus Ministries was open to any ASU student want- gge- W. 3 2 if ,.. ' 1 I Y 'i . f M -94- BSU member Kenny Jones explains in mime language why Donna Taylor can't speak to comedian David Willis. lDan Wheeler Photol Bishop Joseph Fiorenza speaks to a gathering at the United Campus Ministries. lArt Han- son PhotofASU News 8: Information! ing to get involved in Christian fel- lowship and study. It was supported by the Presbyterian, Episcopal, Methodist, Christian and Lutheran churches. The UCM offered recreational and service projects as well as counseling services. John Holbert was president. David Ehalt, instructor in Bible, was the UCM director. - Lisa Musser - Sherry Burson 149 fl ogy Special interest organizations vary as much as their members, from ethnic to political, but each group reaches its goals by Achieving their own W . . . ASSOCIATION or 'A is .X 4'.- fig' .1 'ig :3-figs-Y, , , ,.,. i 1-l. etr' ttf: ' if if Y?-Sriiifflgf f " sg lc, t ss.-wg wss- - f " ig- - LN...-sc? .--1 '. -U' t c i - A . I - t Ns was-Yj ,Y--' -L .- -5-My ry I v-Vg.: 's-mga grim - .-W.. , .44-.rr :::1'f:s'ir.-1: .A,.-:A,wil-GHS? hmtqlggf AN AMERICAN sTuDENrs -'i "'l 3 ,,. Q ' -1 ' 7' ' ' Edl!- xy , sv- ,. ,. N ..-'iz 2, i f - .-,Wrox 9 1. r .b f' ' -, 'll 'S 'Hr' if .I i I . l f I ASSOCIATION OF MEXICAN-AMERL CAN STUDENTS' members Elizabeth Yerna and Betty Espinoza carry their banner in front of their float in the Big Show. lDan Wheeler Photo? .ASSOCIATION OF MEXICAN- AMERICAN STUDENTS - Front Row: Sandra Zapata, Nena Pena, Patsy Hernandez. Second Row: Nedia Flores, Olga Rodriguez, Victor Martinez, Armando Reyna. Third Row: Cater Villarreal, Chris DeLuna, Joe Munoz. George Trevino. Fourth Row: Betty Espinoza. Elizabeth Yerna, Greta Groomer, Dominic Sanchez, Dr. Arnoldo DeLeon. Fifth Row: Tony Marquez. lMike Howell Photol "The Association of Mexi- can-American Students was formed to fill a gap at ASU, and in its third year, has become one of the largest organizations on cam- pus," said President Johnny Gal- van. AMAS, through friendship and belonging, "eases the fears college life can bring to all students," and s A 4-Y'6'NQ:v5 - - .-Q -sm 1- -S --.m-xf,-f .ANK,.-.5-. , K .se X - 2 sms ' x Fix x I' 4"'f '-1-mf! I ZF,- Qt. -- - -1 - - 1 ' I-if X' 1 . 5' g W T 2 - Z in ABQ-f - f., . 7 helps its members develop through serving member in financial need. activities that benefit ASU, Gal- Arnoldo DeLeon, associate pro- van said. fessor of history, was the advisor of AMAS recognizes the value of the group. higher education, and formed the - Lisa Musser AMAS scholarship to help a de- 150 Special Interest Organizations 'FY'-'yi' " ' dl The Neo-Lea Society was very active this year during Black Heri- tage Week at ASU, mainly with spon- soring the Miss Ebony Pageant. "Being our second go-round, put- ting on the pageant was a real plea- sure," Lynnette Moore, secretary and publicity chairman, said. Ot.her organizers of the Miss Eb- ony Pageant were the Black Organi- zation Striving for Success and the Generation of Faith. Debbie Jones was named Miss Ebony for 1985. The Neo-Lea Society, of which anyone can be a member, was de- signed to help the community and "work together harmoniously," President Carolyn Wright said. Har- vey Johnson, instructor in math- ematics, was the adviser. -A Lisa Musser DEBBIE JONES was chosen Miss Ebony during Black Heritage Week. lJohn Keefer Photol BLACK ORGANZIATION STRIVING FOR SUCCESS - Front Row: Mark Scott, Pat Wilson, Corraine Mitchell, Tracy Edwards. Don Robinson. Second Row: Thomas Terrell, Cheryl Lewis, Lynnette Moore, Danny Caldwell. tMike Howell Photo! This year's goal ofthe Black Or- ganization Striving for Success was for its members to achieve "greater community awareness," President Don Robinson said. In doing this, BOSS provided speakers and participated in commu- nity activities. They aided in bringing Benjamin Hooks, executive director of the NAACP, to ASU as a speaker. The group is very active during Black Heritage Week and sponsors the Miss Ebony Pageant. Wayne Rautenberg, instructor in psychology, was the organization's adviser. - Lisa Musser Special Interest Organizations 151 Achieving in their own way . . . This year the ASU Block and Bridle Club was the third largest chapter in the nation, with approxi- mately 185 members. The goal of the club was to "make more people aware of agriculture and what it does,'l Jimmy Fontenot, president, said. Block and Bridle at ASU peaked this year also by being chosen as the host for the Southwest Regional Block and Bridle Meeting in April. The group participated in 4-H and FFA stock shows and rodeos, held Children's Barnyard Day, and sent representatives to the National meeting ofBlock and Bridle in Hous- tOfl. Gil Engdahl, associate professor of animal science, was the Block and Bridle adviser. - Lisa Musser 5 W-.ff .. 4. 'w 1' ---1r.1s:,: ..4- - ...E . Q , N allifsrarfi- 1- I '.'-lei. ,, "1 9115, i- X .sill Y 'lg' sefggf.-:q'. -' x 'gy-V. -- -7, 55 f we-W V as ,r , .. ,,g.,.. it Q ,.,. . 1 Q A X... ,. l.. . . ,h . .. ,Q ..v N Miilll-' ' '4 1 n , , Y xf'!7'7'5' lf- ,f .l - ' '. if', Q 152 Special Interest Organizations Xl .4-""pmCw4,,,,.i-1 BLOCK AND BRIDLE members march in the Big Show Parade during Homecoming. Members are Jay Herman, Rocky Vincent, Jay Daniels, and Randall McCarty. fDan Wheeler Photol JAY HERMAN explains for listeners at Chil- dren's Barnyard Day the uses of a tractor. tArt Hanson PhotofASU News Kc Informationl JONAMA COX tells children at Childrens Barnyard Day about swine behavior. A GROUP OF CHILDREN stretch out to touch a baby chick held by Tom Allen at Childrens Barnyard. BLOCK AND BRIDLE members Kevin Barron and Bonnie Lou Mayer encourage a reluctant lamb-petter with help from a teachers aide at Childrens Barnyard. 4Art Hanson Ph0tos!ASU News Sz Informationl W x . ' 9 3' E xy 6, 'L J-U' V' 1, . 1' J-'a-. 357.0 149' ,- ja. Special Interest Organizations 153 Achie ing their o y... The Rodeo Club of ASU took a big step this year by gaining per- mission for a co-sponsorship rodeo with another university that is a member of the National Intercol- legiate Rodeo Association. "The Rodeo Club has shown the continuity it takes to have the ad- ministrations supportf' President Bryan James said of the achieve- ment. The rodeo is scheduled for the fall of 1985. The club is a social organization that stresses the appreciation for Western heritage that is kept alive through the sport of rodeo. It had for NIRA individual com- petitors, Ruby Lee, Cindy Harrell, Rod Miller, and Kirk Griffin. Waynette Dolan, instructor in physical education, was the Rodeo Club adviser. - Lisa Musser CINDY HARRELL, from Leakey was first region in breakaway roping and in the ed for the college National Finals qualifi Rodeo . e- ..-ri. .1 4 I.. lil 4x RODEO CLUB - First Row: Rex Taylor, Kara Welch, Debbie Feist, Jennie Gilbert. Maggie Banner. Mark Ramirez, Claire David. Second Row: Bert Pina, Greg Kimzey, Seana Vay, Pam Lackey. David Eoldhoff, Billy Thompson, Dow Mathis. Third Row: Coleman Biuan, David Bittle, Mike Dain, Karen Honesze. Vonda Garner, Paula Honesze. Fourth Row: Sami Harman, Melissa Evans, Cindy Harrell, Kent Lee, Ruby Lee. ROD MILLER, an Ozona transfer student from Hardin-Simmons practices calf roping before the Sul Ross State University Spring Rodeo held in February. tMike Howell Pho- tosl 154 Special Interest Organizations .... . . --H . t f it F Q . S " Q , Q., 1 em -. A', l. w.. " -'gif-",,.e-f.g'1 '- . H . ','.-f .., . -se w e. S- A :' A f -A '- Q ' Lf' ...rash " t i 2s "s, 1-9 f?'i"."-fx 1' ,qv ge., . 1t 53 ii? Q , tt 5? s F sfr,-v,-' - -5 Q QV'-fi tv Z-.,.,. ,-,X 4 1-"""'-' 'gWe're a service organization and that's the key to it all," Alpha Phi Omega President Suzy Fulton said. Alpha Phi Omega's members are dedicated to serving the university, community, and nation. This year, the groups major achievement was raising funds to aid Joshua Whitley. a one-year-old leukemia victim. Joyce McLaughlin, circulation li- brarian, was the groups adviser. The Ram Gaming Society is a special interest group that promotes wargaming and the role-playing hob- by. This year the group hosted tour- naments, including a Trivial Pursuit Tournament. Malcom Upton was president. Charles lVIcCamant, associate profes- sor of computer science, was the groups adviser. -Lisa Musser ALPHA PHI OMEGA - Front Row1Darlt-ne Garza, Cathy Carpenter. Second Row: John Lynch, Garnet Coone. Tomoko Nakagawa. Twila Dunavant. Hugh Ward. tMike Howell Photo! TOMOKO NAKAGAWA takes a break from work in the Alpha Phi Omega booth at Pike Fest in the tall, tDavid Lozano Photol Special Interest Organizations 155 Achieving their own way . . . 'Wise ' 1:44 Z -. ' 'N' . yu Q. . xr, 'gs ' - Ni' x 3, e ' , N V- 5. U.S. REP. TOM LOEFFLER speaks to the ASU College Republicans in October. tDan Wheeler Photol COLLEGE REPUBLICAN Joey Inabnet, left, cheers with other Republicans Nov. 6 at Tom Green County Republican Headquar- ters. fTricia Miller Photol UNIVERSITY DEMOCRATS - Paul Love, Ron Cline, Carol Blyth-Frost, Kenneth Elder, Jim Cotter. iMike Howell Photol 156 special interest organizations "To increase knowledge of stu- dents" was the purpose of the two po- litically-oriented organizations on campus - College Republicans and University Democrats said College Republican adviser John Pierce, instructor in business admin- istration. These organizations aim to assist in the election of candidates to local, state, and national officeg dis- cuss the ideals of their partiesg and provide a training ground for future political leaders. Tim Weatherby was College Re- publicans president, James Cotter was University Democrats president, and Paul Love, associate professor of sociology, was University Democrats adviser. - Sherry Burson vw, . 4 r I Any ASU student interested in studying and promoting fine arts is eligible to join the University Arts Guild. This year, "to promote the appre- ciation of art to students on campus," the Guild sponsored an art sale in the fall, making over S300 according to Tomoko Nakgawa, Guild president. The Guild also visited museums, galleries, and cultural sights in Dal- lasfFt. Worth during March. Paint- ing the backs of San Angelo bus benches in cooperation with KGKL radio station was another project. Martha Wittstruck, instructor in art, was the Guild's adviser. "We just play together as a team," says President Brian Francis of the International Club. The organiza- tion was formed to provide opportu- nity for social and cultural exchange, a support base from a loving group, and entertainment for the members. The club sponsored such activities .K as a game night on Fridays, an Inter- national Dinner, and an Internation- al Week, which was so popular among the students that it was extended for five weeks at ASU. The clubs' main accomplishment, according to Francis was ugetting students together." Otto W. Tetzlaff, head of the department of Modern Languages, was the adviser. M - Lisa Musser - Sherry Burson UNIVERSITYARTS GUILD - Front Row: Martha Wittstruck, Tomoko Nakagawa, Cathy Carpenter, Connie Kochanski. Second row: Donnie Gierisch, Twila Dunavant. Jay Justiss. tMike Howell Photo? INTERNATIONAL CLUB OFFICERS - Secretary Fernando Alvira. Vice President Bi- lal JiLani, Adviser Otto Tetzlatf, President Brian Francis, Treasurer Mohamad Itani. 1Mike Howell Photol INDONESIAN INTERNATIONAL CLUB MEMBERS Anthony Eifendi and Ridwan Kandou wore their native dress to the Inter- national Club Dinner held in the University Center Ballroom in the spring. tDavid Lozano Photo? 157 ASU performing organizations come in many shapes and sizesg but they all have one achievement in common, Working together for success. "Were mainly for recruiting," said President Scott Stephenson of the Golden Ram Band. The organiza- tion, whose primary purpose is to provide halftime entertainment at Fort Worth area for a Spring Tour tion. ASU's football games, traveled to the credit for each semester of participa- February 28 - March 1. Harris Brinson, associate profes- This organization must be audi- sor of music and director of bands, tioned for and offers one hour of class was the adviser. are THE GOLDEN RAM BAND marches for a Ram football halftime during the 1984 foot- ball season. tA1't Hanson Photo? MELODY MCDONALD adds talent and en- tertainment to a Ram football game with her twirling. tArt Hanson Photos!ASU News Sr Information! 3 158 performing organizations it S 1-uw' ff: ' . Nw-1 rrggikgmr V WP? H393 . .3--, , .,.,, M, g. - I -- - -- - - -- . . - ' H ....., . . IFMQ. -.1 1 ,-.-W - gd' FH- QW. .mi 1. .I K ' -' - Y 'e-U . h gf f'f h "' . P I ' I . . . f, -'r-'f1!L'- H 'T -'isa-. - -1 :g . fi'-Q -- ' L 1 . -' , , . - A - '-,-w-.:,f,g, ' f . - 7 .1 - .,. H , . , Jw- 'if' , 1-'P -'.,.. ue, '- ' "' ' P ' ' '.L."'1' , -V , , ' .. U ,i...1'3-law-,,-,M-1 N. -'Pi - I " .ly -V -' . .11 i,,gjxJr.s1f Y L '-19.5,-,ff'.. . ' , . , ' .il " " 'f The Angelettes, a dance ensem- ble comprised of 341-556 girls, adds beauty, talent, and entertainment to Ram football games, basketball games, and parades. In April, a 3-day dance concert was presented by the ASU Dancers, a group made up of 15 girls. The ASLI Dancers are chosen from the Ange- lettes. The organizations "take up a lot of hours," said President Valsine John- son. The Angelettes spend approxi- mately 10 hours each week in re- hearsing with the ASU Dancers spending approximately 15-20 hours. Ann Akins, instructor in physical education, was the adviser for both organizations. - Sherry Burson ANGELETTE MELISSA ABBEY dances during halftime of a Ram football game. The Golden Ram Band provided music for the An- gelettes' performances. lArt Hanson Pho- tofASU News ,Sr Informationl ANGELETTES: Front Row: Debbie Raney. Becky Benge, Melanie Graham, Keri Bidout, Laresa Walker, Jeanie Chance, Marcela Rios, Ginger Hooten. Second Row: Sandra Sanchez, Lori Jackson, Kim Thompson, Melissa Abbey, Angie Gray, Dianne Clemmons, Jennifer Wood. Third Row: Dru Ann Jamison, Lynne Hardy, Suzie Abbott, Julie Barney, Valsine Johnson, Leah Cochran. Lezlie Gregory, Shelli Dankworth. Carol Bernashausen, Lori Reed, Carey Bradford, Stephanie McAdams. fDavid Lozano Photo! Working Together for uccess . . . Soccer and volleyball on Sundays, parties, an annual Spring Banquet. and hard work are all activities ofthe ASU Choral Organizations. These organizations are a combina- tion ofthe efforts of three choirs on campus, with each organization com- posed of mainly the same member- ship. Approximately eighteen people make up the Chamber Choir, which is the most prestigious of the 3 and rehearses for 50 minutes 5 days a week. After being heard on a tour to Fort Worth last year, Chamber Choir HOMECOMING CHORUS - Left side. clockwise from top: Sherry Browning. Jean Marie Micale. Gail Reynolds, David Dalton, Torrey Sparks: Center: Wayne Eastwood: Right side, First Row: Karen Wing. Patti Wetzel, Darren Skinner: Second Row: Lynne Richman. Kippy Edge: Third Row: Vanita Lewis. Colleen Silyen. John Triplett. Billy Barfield, Bob Franklin. tArt Hanson Photo!ASU News Sz Informationl HOMECOMING CHORUS - Left side. clockwise from top: Randy Carpenter, William Carpenter. David Dalton. Mack Fox. Right side, clockwise from top: Debbie Hunter, Sherri Brownrigg, Gail Reynolds. Torrey Sparks. tArt Hanson Photo!ASU News 8: lnformationl was invited to travel to Fort Worth again this spring and perform Bach's "Passion" with the Fort Worth Sym- phony. In May the choir participated in Opera Box Office at the ASU Audi- torium, where Bach's "Passion" again was presented. The biggest achievement of the choir was to attend the Texas Music Educators Association, which is the largest of its kind in the world. The Entertainers, another one ofthe choirs which compose the Cho- ral Organization, performed for var- ious civic groups in the community. Approximately 35 people make up the Concert Chorale, the third part of the organization. This choir prac- tices for 50 minutes 3 days a week and performed Brahmls "Requiem" with the San Angelo Symphony. As a whole, the ASU Choral Orga- nizations are striving for 'fa higher awareness of music." said President Clifford Edge, III. Wayne Eastwood, instructor in music, was the adviser. - Sherry Burson THE CONCERT CHORALE and Genera, tion of Faith give a joint performance at the Big Show. lArt. Hanson Photo!ASU News 8: Information! MRS. CAROL DARBY. instructor in music. adds her musical talents to the Homecoming Chorus. lArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sz Information! HOMECOMING CHORUS - Front Row: Karen Wing, Patti Wetzel, Darren Skinner. Second Row: Lynn Richman, Kippy Edge, Billy Barfield. Third Row: Vanita Lewis, Colleen Silven, John Triplett. Fourth Row: Jean Marie Micale. Rob Franklin. 1Art Hanson Photo!ASU News Sz Information! Working together for success . . . The absence. at any athletic event. of a roaring crowd cheering their team to victory would greatly take away from the thrill and the spirit of the sport. The ASU Cheerleaders serve as "the people between the players and the fans," said spring se- mester head cheerleader Tommy La- Fon, "Our main purpose is to be a driving force behind the teams." Aside from their responsibilities at athletic events, the cheerleaders also judged eight area high schools cheer- leading tryouts. The cheerleaders are chosen on the basis of their skills in both an indi- vidual cheer and a cheer with a part- ner. One quarter of their score is based on a personal interview. Melayne Hendley was head cheer- leader for the fall semester. Shirley Morton, administrative assistant, was the adviser. The ASU Ram Guard achieved a "sense of military bearing and pride," Executive Commander Mike Lem- ming said of the ASU ROTC drill and ceremonies team. The main purpose ofthe group is to promote leadership, discipline, and school spirit. Lemming said that be- sides this the group Worked for "unity within ourselves" and to show the campus ROTC pride. A major activity of the group was the presentation of colors at ASU sports activities. Capt. Richard Shearer, assistant professor of aero- space studies, was the adviser of the group. - Lisa Musser - Sherry Burson GQ FALL CHEERLEADERS - Front Row: Peggy Davis. Jill Transki. Melayne Hendley, Karen Gartman. Back Row: Tommy LaFon, David Worner. Bmce Wilson, Kevin Barron. RAM GUARD members Michael French, Bob Vance, and Tol Singer show precision in a flag retreat. MEMBERS Bob Vance, Michael French, Shaun House, Mike Lernming, and Tol Singer march in step to an ROTC drill. tArt Hanson PhotosfASU News Sa Informationl 162 tArt Hanson Photo!ASU News Sz Informationl SPRING CHEERLEADERS - Front Row: Tommy LaFon, Bruce Wilson, Jim Siano, Kevin Barron. Back Row: Peggy Davis, Carol Martin, Lisa Brakebill. Karen Gartman. tJohn Keeter Photol Y-Jsgm: ,ann , RAM PAGE CAR'I'O0NIS'I'Alex Varrillo in- spects one of his editorial cartoons before pub- lication. tDavid Lozano Photol THE RAM Page Staff - -Ioe Isham. Alex Draughon. Susan Williamson. -lim Albright. David Ramirez. Other staff members Giles Smith. Rhonda Woodall. Rita Andolsen. Kris Ballard. Maggie Banner. Charles Bryce. Don Bynum. Barbara Dempsey, Robert F. flault. Michael Green. Sami Harman, Vonnie Kochanski. Yolanda Melendez. -lasques Mora. Lisa Musser. John Parsons. Gene Powell. Elvin Putman. Don Robinson. Carrie York, Edward Garcia, Mike Howell. -Iohn Keeler. David Lozano. tArt Hanson Photo!ASIl News Sz Informationl Q. 'i r 49' . Fixx -4-'l',Q'iQg." X 'X 7 9-'asia-...R ., V .ini .. - g ' I il 'ff e , -'tg e .' .Q DVR'- N at .5 : Y 5 . -. Ei'-: ' i- N x .f , I ,ET -4 A . ,cg . A . '. Q 1 A ,SK I -.. 1, Q1 dj 8 -r -an M fi.. X1 4, . 4 Q ?f xg ,Q J . E Tx "Ig gy-11 . six, rf. , Y I s ir f ix ! F - f - ' . ,fp f Fixx 5 I '- -- tl r B we f gffl X- W 'ii H-ftvx' . . 11. .' C 4,2 4-1. i , ., ig- - .sfggililxx " 4" 1 H?" f - Q f-'fsii"i- .- 'tIt's served its basic purpose A to inform, but it's been entertaining too," David Ramirez Ram Page editor, said of the ASU student publication. The Ram Page, a consistent win- ner in annual competition, highlight- ed its year by publishing a special election issue. Its staff worked through the night to give ASU a com- plete report on election results. Ramirez said that he and the staff strived to make the Ram Page, a weekly publication, "better every week." Jim Batts, journalism department head, was the Ram Page adviser. - Lisa Musser COPY EDITOR Joe Isham keeps track of returns on election night. Isham was chosen to be the Ram Page editor for 1985-86. I-Ie will replace 1984-85 editor David Ramirez. tDavid Lozano Photol 57", If - - '-fi?f5'1l"?l' . fx i if.. ff - .- .. 1, g . at A A t' a - Ars - m jr yr . 5. M" 3. .4 ' :-T . - xx 0- A x it , .W xl s., K , .ii 1 -' Q. rf .':Z:J - -,.- L, 1-gf v YZF' 2' '1 '- - "f1'if.'C'fii. 'SX' 3. -L, 'ru ., , -. X ,' Sk V gf- 5, '.Ly-sg j f H'-.vf 'i ' , h -fff ' 5 2 3, . THE RAMBOUILLET ADVISER for the 1984-85 year was Art Hanson, photography instructor, RAMBOUILLET STAFF - Front: Lisa Musser. Second Row: David Lozano, Sami Harman, Raymond Stubblefield. Third Row: Mike Howell, Jose Brown, Gary Dulude, Sherry Burson. fArt Hanson Photo!ASU News 8: Informationj ,i,.'gc?9i1'Ad Working together for success. The Rambouillet Staff achieved great things in 1984-85 that most would have thought unbelievable. The first of these amazing accom- plishments was when Sami Harman, our bewildered sophomore editor, somehow managed to pull together the people who became a part of our unique group. The words "Learn By Doing" were relevant to our situation, since the staff was composed entirely of fresh- men and sophomores. Although young in years, we had plenty of enthusiasm and set. out to create a yearbook with a new look. 164 The staff includes: Editor Sami Harman, from Alpine, Assistant Edi- tor Lisa Musser, a sophomore from Coahoma, Indispensable Staff Mem- ber Sherry Burson, a freshman from Garden City, Kang Creative Writer Gary Dulude, a freshman from Abi- leneg Sports Editor Jose Brown, a sophomore from Killeen, and Staff Swing - Man was Raymond Stubb- lefield, from Houston. Photogra- phers David Lozano, a freshman from San Antonio, and Mike Howell, a freshman from Edmond, Okla., were consistent and responsible. Andy Breedlove was photography editor during the fall semester. Kath- leen Everett, a freshman from Marfa who transferred to Eastern New Mexico State University, was layout editor in the fall. Somehow our individual talents blended together well and we began putting the book together. February brought the reality of our first deadline which we made with pages to spare. We just hope that everybody at ASU likes what we're doing as much as we do. - Sami Harman - .7 ,P. "F-' ' 5 5.15, ' r 3.-: , vw .1 ' 1 'V -: , - . as: : - 1 ,, Y , - ,: The driving force behind the stu- dents of ASU will always be the ad- ministration and faculty. Both find their sense of achievement as leaders in the education process and in pro- viding a worthwhile college experi- ence for each and every student en- rolled here. President Lloyd D. Vincent visits with par- ents during the Parents Day welcome recep- tion in the UC, fArt Hanson Photo!ASU News Sr Information? Secretary Brenda Sharber consults Dr. Ken- neth Stewart, psychology and sociology de- partment head, during Fall Registration. iArt Hanson Photo!ASU News 8: Information? Board of Regents Regents establish policy, oversee educational direction The nine members of the Board of Regents, Texas State University Sys- tem, travel many miles and put in many long hours away from their professional and personal lives to bring the highest quality of leader- ship available to the four universities under their governance - Angelo State, Sam Houston State, South- west Texas State and Sul Ross State. Acting upon recommendations from the presidents of the four uni- versities, the regents establish policy, act on fiscal matters, authorize con- struction projects and oversee the educational direction and the quality of the educational programs at each of the schools. Through this active involvement, they touch the lives of every student and faculty member at each of the system universities. The combined enrollments for the four schools during the 1984-85 academic year amounted to approximately 38,000 and the total operating bud- gets for the same time period for the four institutions was in excess of 3142 million. The system's nine regents, each appointed by the governor for stag- gered six-year terms, serve the State Jack L. Martin of Austin was appointed to the Board by Governor Mark White. Edmund M. Longcope of San Marcos was ap- pointed along with Martin in February. 166 and the system without pay. They at- tend at least four quarterly meetings each year as well as several special called meetings when required. Since the meetings are held on the universi- ty campuses on a rotating basis, their attendance requires considerable travel and time with most of the regu- lar meetings scheduled for two-day periods. Too, the complexity of the matters brought to them for consid- eration requires considerable time spent before and after meetings in study and review. San Angelo Regent John S. Cargile served as chairman of the Board dur- ing 1984-85 and Regent Bernard G. Johnson of Houston served as vice chairman. Other regents include Lee Drain of Dallas, Ruben M. Escobedo of San Antonio, Edmund M. Longcope of San Marcos, Katherine Lowry and Jack L. Martin, both of Austin, W.C. Perry of Waco and Philip G. Warner of Houston. Regents Longcope and Martin were appointed to the Board during the spring and Regent Warner was reappointed for another term at the same time. While most of the action taken by the regents occurs during meetings of the full board, all of the recommenda- tions are reviewed first by various committees of the board. These com- mittees include the Building Com- mittee, the Finance Committee, the Curriculum Committee and the Rules and Regulations Committee. In addition, each University is as- signed a three-member Local Com- mittee which functions as the prima- ry liaison between the university president and the full board. Regent Lowry served as chairperson for An- gelo State's local committee. Located in Austin, the system's board office is managed by Lamar G. Urbanovsky who serves as the execu- tive director for the system. In addition to their regular board duties, the regents also serve as Trustees for the Angelo State Uni- versity Robert G. and Nona K. Carr Scholarship Foundation and are re- sponsible for management, control, administration and investment guidelines for this massive scholar- ship trust benefitting Angelo State University. 'QS'-1.'z."..."r 531' 4 S Q CT 33 'av ' - ' ": T ..- ', ' I A.. l BOARD OF REGENTS, Texas State University System, Seated From Left: Bernard G. Johnson, Houston: John S. Cargile, San Angelo: and Katherine S. Lowry, Austin. Standing From Left: Philip G. Watner, Houstong Bill Wright, Houstong Lee Drain, Dallasg the late Hollis Smith, San Marcosg W.C. Perry, Wacog and Ruben M, Escobedo, San Antonio. John S. Cargile questions a point during the Regents meeting on the ASU campus. lArt Hanson Photo!ASU News Sz Information? f , , . 7 F board of regents 167 President Llo d D. incent Vincent enjoys and molds all aspects of life at ASU ASL' President Lloyd Drexell Vin- cent loves his job - and it shows in the enthusiasm he has for the univer- sity. 'Tye got the best job in the world," he said. ul wouldnt trade it for any other." Much of Dr. Vincent's time outside his office is still spent with ASU. He enjoys all the fine arts, sports and academic activities, and he says he and his wife try to attend as many of them as they can. A self-professed "workaholic," Vincent does spend a good deal of his time on his job, often working nights and weekends to take advantage of a quiet office. "lt's a very relaxing and enjoyable time," he said. Vincent is active in the community as well, serving on numerous boards and councils, including the United Way, the West Texas Rehabilitation Center and the U.S. Air Force Board of Visitors. Next year, he will be chairman of Cultural Affairs for the West Texas Chamber of Commerce. Besides his professional associ- ations, Vincent takes a great deal of interest in his family, and especially his six grandchildren. Vincent's job has taken him around the world, and in 1983, he joined university presidents and pro- fessors from around the nation in vis- iting the Soviet Union and China and some of their universities. The presi- dent also spent the summer of 1966 in India and visited such places as Hong Kong, Thailand, Jerusalem, Leba- non, Italy and France on his way to and from India. He said knowing something about other countries and their culture has helped him relate better to international students. "I can better share their culture," he said. Vincent became president of ASU in 1967, when the school was making the transition from a county junior college to a senior state institution. He said his greatest personal achieve- ment has been "to put my imprint on a university like Angelo State." He called it Ha privilege" to have a hand in helping ASU mature into "one of the finest regional universities in the state." Vincent credits much of ASU's success to the "vision and generos- ity" of Robert and Nona Carr and the Carr Academic Scholarship Pro- gram. He said the scholarship is at- tracting more outstanding students each year. Over 9096 of the students offered a Carr Scholarship in 1984 ac- cepted the award, he said. Attracting top students is not enough however, Vincent said that to keep students at ASU, the university must provide them with the quality of education they deserve. This requires continuous development of the cur- riculum and of the faculty, he said. Such efforts to continually im- prove the quality of education at ASU must be working. Angelo State ranks highly in enrollment of achiev- ing students. Vincent pointed to a re- port of the Coordinating Board on Admission Standards on the 1983 freshman class. 81 percent of that year's enrollment at ASU were in the top half of their graduating class. ASU ranks fourth in the state, be- hind Texas ASLM, the University of Texas-Austin, and the University of Houston-University Park. At 61, Vincent has nine years be- fore he would have to retire from his post. He hopes to remain president until then, and continue to enjoy the benefits of mixing business and plea- sure - broadening the dimensions of the university and reaping the re- wards by participating in all aspects of life at ASU. - Gary Dulude Mike Ryan. assistant to the president, goes over some papers with ASU President Lloyd D. Vincent.. Dr. Lloyd D. Vincent ASU President Lloyd D. Vincent takes a break from his duties to read The Wall Street Journal. tDavid Lozano Photosl ?sg.!J Universit Affairs Cauthen supervises and promotes After 21 years, Vice President for University Affairs Ollie S. Cauthen still enjoys his job. "I think it's one of the better jobs on campus, since I get to deal directly with the students," he said. Since his arrival in 1963, Cauthen has seen a small San Angelo junior college of almost 800 students grow to state university status with an enrollment of over 6,000 students. One of Cauthen's more interesting responsibilities is the sponsoring of college l .ww QF, nights at many high schools in order to " promote and sell this uni- versity." Cauthen added that his job involves recruiting stu- dents to attend Angelo State and then placing them in the job market after graduation. However Cauthen said the best recruiters for this university are the students themselves. Under Cauthen's super- vision are the dean and the associate deans of student life, the student assembly, ,..G'-1-sz 4 E 9 Ollie S. Cauthen Vice President for University Affairs -lim Valentine Financial Aid Dir. James Parker Asst. Financial Aid Dir. Alan Borger Housing Dir. 170 'uf X vlxtruv' ii .w is the housing office, and health clinic. Cauthen also oversees the Houston Harte University Center, campus security, financial aid, the counseling center, and the intercollegiate ath- letics program. Regarding the improve- ments at Angelo State, Cauthen modestly said, "I have seen many changes in the past, but I can't attri- bute that to myself. That has to be attributed to the leaders of the past 15-16 yearsf' - Brent Ruddell 'Q - il W7 Q ' lf Qfl - t f Ffvifiviifilf fi-T' ' 'V ,-LFE ., ,N I .' W -. :ie fI4,.l,4. xy 35 'Egg Z 'URM .J Wes Davis University Center Dir, Jim Glossbrenner Secur1tv!Satety Dir. . f.j3"l - 4 , . L' ,M 4. . A l f . . . ,-, 5, , 'x.F's, A .fill '- Ljipvtiig . ' -. , . . ,, 1' ll' 'll-0 4, ' ' , - h ' - 4 :,,l'i . - ' '5 ' ' X- 't !'Qf-15'-,Q ' . A l Q. 1 if Counseling Sz Placement Dir. -ef 5 sg-'3:Q.'g 'fl"': gf. .1 -. ' ' i , X- ..-.....,.,..q- Joel Howerton - .,,,'-,pct , :I-'N ' . , -.Ag li I 'I .A Student Life With the purpose of en- hancing the students life at ASU, the deans of stu- dent life assist in creating a better college experience for every student on cam- pus. At the head of this office is the Dean of Student Life Paul K. Horne who is re- sponsible for all student or- ganizations, student gov- ernment activities, the UCPC, and student disci- pline. "Anytime a student has a question, my door is open," Horne said. "Whether it be from an informational fbi YT lf Y iihx QHAN N 'f' ara' , ,, . - X vt? -- irflix X' " Paul K. Horne Dean of Student Life Nolen Mears Associate Dean of Student Life Willene Siler Associate Dean of Student Life deans enhance college experience standpoint to development of programs and activi- ties." One accomplishment in Horne's years at ASU is the University fee. "It brought many programs which is good for the students," Horne said. Other doors open to stu- dents are those of the Asso- ciate Deans Willene Siler and Nolen Mears. The as- sociate deans are involved in student counseling, the sponsoring of all interfra- ternal councils, and in of- fering workshops at var- ious residence halls. Siler said a workshop was held this year and was based on improving study skills. The deans also handle most testing such as CLEP exams, graduate record ex- ams, and the P-PST ex- ams. Mears and Siler agreed that trying to get to know as many students as possi- ble is a major part of their job, "whether through counseling or on a friend- to-friend basis," Siler add- ed. - Yolanda Melendez university affairs 171 Academic Affairs I Department maintains commitment to quality education "The main goal of Aca- demic Affairs is to main- tain a commitment to qual- ity education," said Bob Holcomb. vice president for academic affairs. The department has a wide range of responsibil- ities including registration, admissions, curriculum and university catalog changes. Holcomb said his department deals with both routine detail and emergency situations. Routine work involves signing forms. budget changes, and travel ar- rangements. Emergency situations arise from student com- plaints and problems in academic fields Holcomb said. . He said the department has become much more complex in the 10 years he has been with the Universi- ty. Holcomb attributed this to increased growth, more academic programs, and the increase in student en- rollment. "We now compare favor- ably to academic programs nationally," Holcomb said. He said that although An- gelo State does not offer all the programs available at larger schools, the curricu- Bob C. Holcomb F Vice President for Academic Affairs Manuel Lujan Registrar 172 iS iii 1 Larry Harris Asst. Registrar Steve Gamble Admissions Dir. lum that is offered is good. The academic affairs de- partment has been in- volved with the faculty dur- ing the past few years in adding new curriculum and in bringing accreditation to several departments at ASU. Alt will be harder in the future to maintain the cur- rent academic levelf' Hol- comb said, citing budget decreases as the challenge I of the future. "However, we will try to continue at the present level," he said. Holcomb said that the most rewarding aspect of the job was working with faculty and students. The 48-year-old native West Texan said, "I have a lot in common with the students and enjoy working with them." - Elvin Putman .I I N 1:4 l 1 W V' tl ,' it l 6---N 95" 1 or .- .V"'7'F?" cf f l 'EFX -'W ,425 . , wg. Bernell "Doc" Smith Physical Plant Dir. Ross Harris Business Manager Morgan Riley Bookstore Manager Fiscal Affairs X Office oversees money matters Fiscal Affairs is respon- sible for the general finan- cial operation of the uni- versity. The office supervises the operation of the bookstore, post office, and print shop. ILL! UI ll!! In addition to preparing the campus budget, the of- fice also audits records for the university. Vice President Robert Krupala oversees the ac- tivities of this office. f-4' l tt "XV Robert L. Krupala at Vice President for Fiscal Affairs X X Q I 6 . 'QS' ' ikxxif is s. vssisfwsv-' . , .X- ,asf . 137-, V -x Lg.. f Joe Bill Lee Head Librarian Colegate Spinks Computer Center Dir. academic, fiscal affairs 173 Ann Steger is a secretary in the Center for Counseling and Placement Services. Dr. Armando de Armas received his doctorate at Washington State University before com- ing to ASU. lMike Howell Photosl I'- Wi yn, 5 I i ,Z Center provides counseling The Center for Counseling and Placement Services replaced the Of- fice of Placement and Career Plan- ning and added a psychologist to its staff during 1984-85. Dr. Armando de Armas provides personal counseling and therapy to students. "My main purpose is to help stu- dents with any problem that might be interfering with their schoolwork," he said. De Armas said he stresses skills training and problem solving. The behavior therapy he uses is different from behavior modification. "I teach people howto change their behavior," he said. De Armas' goal during the year was to make the students aware of the counseling services available to them and to build a reputation for himself. He said many students who have had counseling refer him to their friends. Students who have sessions with de Armas are guaranteed confi- dentiality except for situations where disclosure is necessary to protect someone from harm, de Armas said. De Armas said some students have reservations about seeing a psycholo- gist, but the situation is improving "Students are becoming more open," he said. Personal counseling services in- clude stress management, develop- ment of personal relationships, deal- ing with loneliness, study skills im- provement, coping with text anxiety, pre-maritalfmarital counseling, cop- ing with depression and dealing with self-harmful thoughts. In addition to personal counseling, the center provides academic coun- seling and career placement. Director Jim Glossbrenner said his main job is "to help students get in touch with prospective employers" and bring more companies to ASU for on-cam- pus interviews. To accomplish this purpose, the center compiles a "credentials pack- agen on the student. This permanent file contains biographical data, a re- sume, an ASU transcript and refer- ences. The package is activated by the student and sent to prospective employers on the co1npany's or the student's request. Glossbrenner said his office is al- ways trying to bring more firms to ASU for interviews. However, he said that ASU gets a reasonable number of companies to come, considering the size and location of the universi- ty. He also noted the increased size of the annual teacher job fair in 1985. About 50 school districts participat- ed. - Gary Dulude x I-1 ,-- .Q-.L+--4 K' 'Jh- riff' "V AJ 49 - ' " ' .glam J Lg - ' ...1 w,. Maria Hernandez and Petra Hernandez are two line servers who give service with a smile. Hal Peter. a junior marketing major from Kerrville, anticipates the eating of the cookie he has chosen. Food Service director Don Crumbaker strives to improve the eating experience at ASV. lEva Stuart Photos! Food ervices: more than a cafeteria Most people never think much about Food Services even though it is involved in all areas of University food preparation. From the Universi- ty Center Snack Bar to the campus cafeteria, Food Services does more than just provide daily meals. According to Don Crumbaker, Food Services director, the group tries to "reach a high standard and maintain it. The customers are why we're here," he said. In fact, there is a Food Services Committee composed of students representatives from each of the dorms. These students discuss upcoming menus, listen to complaints, and try to solve problems that come along. Food Services is equipped to cater anything from a barbecue to a gour- met dinner. During the spring semes- ter they acquired a new set of china and flatware to be used for banquets and other special dinners. V J '- v ln the UC Ballroom, Food Services can accommodate up to 600 people. Flowers and decorations are avail- able in six colors. Intent on continually improving their service to students, David Dan- iel, the Food Services Snack Bar Manager attended the Culinary In- stitute in Hyde Park, N.Y. during the summer of 1985. - Pam Roberts .. iiic '-'em-1 F . ....,- - 'z 175 Universit extras help students The ASU Post Office is a "people job," said Bill McCarthy, chief postal clerk. McCarthy said he enjoys working at the front counter because he comes into contact with many different peo- ple. The post office, which is open year- round, provides most postal services including money orders and regis- tered mail. McCarthy said postal employees try to have mail for the students post- ed by noon every day. He said they are normally able to do this, although they sometimes miss their deadline because of a late delivery. The busiest time for the post office is just before and after students leave for the summer, since the post office is responsible for forwarding all mail, McCarthy said. It's time for that big test and you wake up with the sniffles and a nag- ging cough. What do you do? Head for the University Clinic for exper- ienced medical assistance and medi- cation if needed. The health clinic, available to all ASU students, handles most illnesses and minor emergencies. Dr. Gabe Co- leman and Dr. H.M. Anderson make the health clinic just like a physi- cian's office off campus without the cost. On an average day, the clinic sees up to 65 students. These cases are mostly sore throats and bronchitis symptoms, but the clinic does get its share of more serious cases. Authorized by the Board of Re- gents, this student care program is based on the recommendations of a student Medical Services Committee which is composed of faculty, stu- dents and administration members. The clinic, which was opened in 1968, has facilities to keep a student overnight and makes referrals for students requiring more extensive medical services. The University Bookstore pro- vides students with all required text- books and school supplies plus a few extras of more interest to students. Cliffs Notes were available to help students through Shakespeare and their literature classes. Cards and stationery were sold and made letters to loved ones at home brighter. ASU souvenirs, T-shirts, shorts and warm-ups let students advertise their University affiliation. The Bookstore is supervised by Morgan Riley who has been its man- ager for 18 years. - Pam Roberts ... w""'iv. -' - ' I 1 ,golf -,-,,,-s- ""Q Bookstore employees assist students in find- ing their textbooks amid the post-registration confusion. tArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sz Informationl ,-I t - Wx tt ftflvftf i,N"'ftff il I fflxnlijf C I ll 1 ii LI . A..- NN .i -LQ J 'YW Nuys' TNQ 'PQ 'iw 'F'-.SN ?""-,Q Z5 2 fillll -t.. L ff. :iles -4 A -1 Don Kretschmer, a senior criminal justice ina- jor. masters the special equipment it takes to run a postal contract station. tDavicl Lozano Photol The University Clinic provides examinations. diagnosis, and consultation services at no Charge. lNews Sz Information Photo! College of Liberal Sz Fine Arts Holland sees many changes during 10 years at ASU Dr. Jim Holland, dean of the Col- lege of Liberal and Fine Arts, has seen many changes during his 10 years at ASU. In addition to the physical changes on campus, Holland said there have been modifications in the adminis- tration ofthe campus, such as the ad- dition ofthe psychology and sociolo- gy departments in recent years. Cur- riculum and degree requirements have also changed he said. Despite these changes. "we have maintained a stability" in the depart- ments. Over the decade, Holland has no- ticed the development of more co- curricular organizations and activi- ties such as last fall's University Symposium and the Moon lectures. r lxvziiiik. J "f"'E?E.i . .. - vie 7 W E. James Holland pauses in his office during his many duties as dean of the College of Lib- eral and Fine Arts. tMike Howell Photosl 178 Also a professor of government, Holland has been a resident of San Angelo since 1967. He is a past mem- ber ofthe Board of Directors for the Concho Educators Federal Credit Union and has been a board member of the United Campus Ministries since the late l96O's. - Pam Roberts Si Dean Fred L. Mahler enjoys facing the daily challenges in the College of Professional Stud- ies. tMike Howell photos! 1 .fav f Q? sw t ii.zfi25rs:.:i1:-.-sf College of Professional Studies Mahler looks to higher level of quality, competitiveness Dean Fred Mahler described the year in the College of Professional Studies as "terrific" There were few changes or major obstacles that had to be overcome. The College of Professional Stud- ies is the largest at the University, with seven departments and over 3000 students. Meeting the needs of so many students could be a difficult task, but Mahler says it is something he enjoys. "I want our students to feel they have a top-notch degree and are competitive," he said. To reach a higher level of quality and competitiveness, the department of education has implemented new teacher certification standards. Mahler said he was glad to see this done because it will attract more seri- ous students. In the near future, Mahler hopes to gain national ac- creditation for the business depart.- ments. "One thing is that we are planning for the opening of the new depart.- ment. of accounting, economics, and finance next fall," he said. This had to be done because the department of business analysis and information systems has been growing at a tre- mendous pace. Mahler, who has been at ASU for 15 years and a dean for 10, said his strong background in education has helped him in his goal of being able to relate to students as much as possi- ble. - Raymond Stubblefield 179 College of Sciences Nursing gets national accreditation and new building "I hope that all of our students will look back on their college experience with fond memories and feel like they have received the best possible edu- cation," commented Gordon Welch, dean of the College of Sciences. Welch said that ASU was in a posi- tion to do that because of its size. "Students have a better chance of do- ing well at smaller institutions than larger ones because of the availability of professors," he said. Departments in the College of Sci- ence include agriculture, biology, chemistry, mathematics, nursing, and physics. V, ' .' A xx X li r G? . E ,, W. F, " Alfnzln 'F 3 r 1 ,J 1-2 Ulf." X ,V 3-:Q V Gordon E. Welch supervises and assists stu- dents as dean ofthe College of Sciences. tMike Howell Photos! 180 college of sciences "My job is to provide overall super- vision," Welch said. As far as contact with students, Welch's job includes making modifications with degree plans, certifying for graduation, and keeping academic records. Dean Welch said he was pleased with how the 1984-85 year went. The Bachelor of Science degree in Nurs- ing was accredited by the National League of Nursing and the Universi- ty was able to consummate clinical affiliation agreements with Ethicon, Goodyear, and Goodfellow Air Force Base. Welch said he is looking forward to next fall when the Nursing-Physical Science Building will open. The new building will provide more room and greater facilities than have been pro- vided in the past. It will also allow the University to offer a degree in geology for the first time he said. Welch has been the dean of the College of Sciences since its start in 1973. He said he has seen steady and continual growth, especially in the nursing department, and expects the entire school to continue at its pre- sent rate of growth. - Raymond Stubblefield gs' .. ,,x E-is f-R3 Z ' w. ----W L new-25 1' g cpwa T, .. E :I E 'hu A H5 5 71' F' 1 L i" S -. V Z .1 Lil,1 it I . t I 'V Satish Dean Bernard T. Young has seen steady growth over the past years in the Graduate College. tlVlike Howell Photosl NN. Graduate College Young sees continued growth in cquantity and quality' A continued growth in "quantity and quality" best describes the Grad- uate College during 1984-85. Dean Bernard Young said, "The tgraduatel school has grown 55 per- cent over the past two years." One goal of the college is to "see the full- time student enrollment continue to grow. The reason is that full-time students have as a priority their grad- uate work." Dean Young said he was pleased that the college had established stricter admission requirements. These new standards will "probably cause an increase in the number of quality students we attract," Young said. As dean, Young is involved in acl- ministering the graduate program, acting with the director of the com- puter center, and some teaching. Young said he hopes that all of the graduate students will feel like they are becoming "well prepared for their next step in life, whether it be going out in the business world, research, or earning a doctorate degree." Young came to ASU in 1968 and became dean ofthe Graduate College in 1970. There are presently 460 stu- dents and 95 faculty members in the college. - Raymond Stubblefield graduate college 181 Kp N ro 'NC "We have more flavors than Baskin-Robbins. Th 0,5 very nature of fine arts gives us many opportunities to add spice to ASU through presentations ranging from marching band to art shows." Harris Brinson Margaret Dunn David Fennell Doreen Grimes Pamela Homer - Charles Robison Q, e , C gxggx X .Nc . X , ' . - J ' rf t, S X -- f- , in N 4 jfs' xx rx ...f- X x X Yu X . W X 3 N 53 Q. X Xb . Q. Nr 4. I if Tj salt 1 Otis Lumpkin K , Robert Prestiano 3 13 is Edward Surface 9' if U, X-.1 ,. 1 N ' John Vinklarek spy..-Q I I Q N K. gg QP "The most outstanding feature of our department 1 QQ! is involvement. Drama students typically spend over . . C5 100 hours per show . . . speech students spend hours h fiwn i ii' OH researching, writing, and practicing." 'fy' is Kim - Jack Eli 1 af in Q Pm is l' lil f 8435-4 X X ,. ?NNL'S"' ' ls an N. - ' w Raymond Carver C- f l Catherine Cowell p' 1 - " ..,. '15 W, 1 K . Ann Noble . , ' V 1 1 X Q ,V X Bill vvaus I V V f X--' 'A N A L 1' e X .i t lx 182 "Our emphasis is on teaching effective composi- -N439 tion, intelligent use of reading skills and an apprecia- ojqbv tion of our cultural heritage by focusing on imaginative literature." Nancy Allen Mildred Boren Wallace Bost Terence Dalrymple Harold Davis Patrick Geoghegan Dale Hesser Kathleen Holcomb Phillip Holcomb Gerald Lacy - Perry Gragg L A ' x 1 . , . in NN X , Q ,....J-, .rr X 1 X "'7'3'1'f i if NTI . 'V Mix Y Stl U V -ix fl -Aj. U . ,Q .H .wif , gan 3 . I --. ,gp J J, ,X- P ' 45YW"-fig" ' P ' if S? f 'i K N Ar K . 7 l tfxg 2 :L ' 'T A 'je' , 'vs fi x L xt I egg hav' 1 I K , ff 'P Aff'-se A 6' lr . so P i. m -we in Y 1 '.fx'5'lf. ww, ' ,f A ' M151 f , . I fi' l Ai r c 'fem ' H ,ffiif ' , i ,f Q gr. , r jf ' I f fe rg ,N . 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Y f 7 1' ' Dempsey Watkins , , , W e , V - " ---V3 W!" John Wheeler I Y ' 'A A' V X , 1 1, , .f.r-s.- .A Y gzgm 3 . , ,, :t a X 3 V 1 TU' 'lf ,fi I it N4 4 ,. , ,051 "We're trying to increase student participation in QQ public affairs under the guidance of faculty mem- iiy, bers, and to continue the successful development of our 99 Q, new criminal justice program. Walter Noelke Edward Olson Barry Price Cynthia Slaughter Michael Swan 1-N . Ja 17 - '-1 uf, - Bill Henderson X fx- H .Z 'QF o Q50 Wt f L ,wbbivy 1 we-diff . Q: X2 05' CJ. "Our major goals in the psychology and sociology 50 department are to support the university in provid- ing a high quality liberal arts education to students, and QS-W to provide excellence in basic professional education for those pursuing careers in psychology or sociology." - Kenneth Stewart V I ' ff' V 'X . A ,ft 1 W ' Richard Gwyn , Keith Lindsay if "" Ji: I ' F .gg , V ' ,,'i- rx-Ei: .mx , r ..,, Paul Love '1 9, ' . - ? E H 5 v Sandra Maxedon 1:52 WN-if N a fx Wayne Rautenberg 5 "1 M F 'Wm Y, .XX RJ ' saga ' ,, L - A X isdn . N Sangeeta Singg f -rw - xii.. 8 J, Jerry Thornton ' , 5 I V ' X- 1 G-A -'H I L, J A ,A , X Q51 .... QQ' "The department gives a kind of international fla- Q vor to the university. We hope our students demon- Q0 strate a greater awareness of global affairs than the average university students." Otto Tetzlaff Tony Dutton 1, 4, ., ii V , , Q Hg, 1125: izgi. -' J ' Michael Jenkins - ,.: ,Q ,If Q, Janine Randal Q-'Q r3u.'W iff, f N . , 3 . .W 3:2732 . N 1-, ,, , David Torres ",pXQ.,f.:g . 53 -4, V Ffh-'-4-5 " xjqgv-" 3.9, M , AWN 'Qga-J' i 'VN .- 1,15 , l .. Xi- 185 we in eil' Ya David Alcorn Valeriano Cantu Robert Coe Duane Eberhardt Lula Goode xii' er YY' and financeb. We're fortunate to have an outstanding fac- "Our number one priority in the business adminis tration department is to provide quality instruction the classroom." - Robert Hegglund , xt 4 M ' i- ' f , 1 gax fx f. r 1 if: w V N Q 0 ' 'Du K I ,' 5- x . 'S L 7 it , , , 'L' ' , A . . 1 ,. " yilfx -.K D , - 'jx uf tilt?" ,tk , '?A.1:A5i4,3h , X , t A X s f vu: ' 1- V ,ff If . 1 1.5 f . Imogene Henry psp! -Q ' fl, ,. Kip- Z5 '- A - ultra ' - D 1 Q -' fi 'f- - John Pierce 1 it 45 sg: L ff., ' X l Q :. , 41' , r ' 'v n r i f -' . M r James Rlchardson - JM p X ,- tx .ms A A - ,, l , jf - 'o W'll' ' ', " 'N '-. , 5 ' - ' .. - ' "Y, if 1 1am bmrth 'gn qw- V E 5 A 1 1 ,X h ' f. - 1 it 'lil "Our main goal has been to prepare for the depart- ment split in the fall iinto the department of comput- science and the department of accounting, economics QP' ulty. We have graduates in top firms around the world." Thomas Bankston Jon Beard Kurt Buerger Andrew Dane Forrest Harlow - Fred Homeyer . . '1 X 'f i " ,A 5 u v' WE X U ,:f."' N ' I xg h N Ah - f- ,ldv in M X ?'?V ,"'f7-35? .- f , , - - f nfl ? . . , A W .c 17 I '25-V A. A .r If-it ' 5 . if is I, . A 91.5 -we r - s . me l A 4 V- '7f' v j' A 2' X e fx I meow f , ,fa f,.T, 2 John Leggett Q 'limit we 'l'erri Leggett , , 'CA' hp t ' r ff 1 - xt .M xp 5 i i 1 L f ' Y I Charles lVlcCamant ' 5 Q 1 i E Q tl 2 ff X XJ' X A Bill lVIcKinney 'QQ Q3 ,EQ Q ' Q Q Q '4 Q QT Q Q 'QQQQ fb' 3 Leslie Park i s , ' f' jr: .. Q .A Q . Q-- It ,rig QQ, Lorenzo Penatlel .wi 1 QQQQQQ Q Q X ,S , QQ! YQ Cheryl Warren 3 A 1 -1 ,Q .EQ Q - ' e .A X L-. X. J U . 0 Our goal is to produce public school teachers who 'NO are second to none. We are unique in that we are QQ' 65' responsible in seeing that students pursuing teacher - 699' certificates satisfy institutional and state requirements." -ff - - James Hademenos Q , Q .1 " ,l E lk: X ' 'XQH l s N s Q -if-f' J -- X at K Norma Faubion Joanne Gibbs Noland Harvey Robert Holden Douglas John tt rx, .NX . N N N X2 X .X ' 1, , ' ' "! WH . . f' . -, .. te , Q, Q, . 'N A 'x ,"' sf f . -, it QM: .QQ s, . f'1.i,-"QQ w ' W1 'F L . L - V. . . 1' -4 . R a -, 9 QA ' Ss Q v ' 1 'iw ' j i Kenneth Lewis John Miazga YQ 'illiam O'Zee a--9 fx Q4 , ll I Qf X ' X I .Q s X 1 'A . ' - '- ' - L. . - X ml , f!X -Q -vqv A A Q Q fp Q1 Q Q,Q ' S .i.a f at N i e .Q It l K QQ T L Y Q,1 tv-.ZEQ X Q Q Q Q - -X. 'f y ', :af , V 'L N, ' L 'if' 3 f i ii" W E i , f 5- fllvf fn it I i v Philip George Michael Martin Randell Matthews Edward Messbarger David Moody Jewell Pye Timothy Reid Jane Spragens Jerry Vandergriff Earl Yarbrough ' 510 bachelor of arts degree and basic journalistic skills to XX: . . . . . O: produce thinking, competent Journalists in prospect. 050' We bring an inquisitive, professional tone to the news of the campus." "Our emphasis is on preparing teachers and teach- i i ing lifetime fitness and sports." as , P - Charley Shannon 2222+ g I A -'Iv' ,Edgy 'Q x , :.',:':::,...:.,-,ig . .,-'.::g::.g:g.f:1fz :r.z.'-'::,'-:fwf . ' N -51: ltxx ,.,, ,, ..,, 11:12 N, . K ,,. ..tg Fi Y Q- as M ff V" ' - .qgffi x . n ' in an -.t h 12 - - :- r v " xA f Q 1 , 4 li , f,-sg an . p ffm m f., it ws , , - .- f gg, N -. ,g A . If . - , .h ., It ' 5, '4 N 4 .N A ' -'pug r A nm Q - 'K f' ' 'x by W wkh. 'Zi 'hi' N...- i -.'- 4. D k if . K wxzekar 1 "Our goal is to marry the liberal education of a - Jim Batts fvks if John Jenson a t , Art Hanson q1..f ' - i A V 'fli p g 5' Q Q 3:51 QR .,33?5l.f 'T- L -1' " N X -14 ,gn ry 1 X 2 ' ' "" " ,IA lt N Q' rf I r"',v , .4 ' fn - 5 5 t hi K ri Y , , . I A g 3 - ' Q l .X 'usb Q ggi l ,QQJ "The agriculture department emphasizes teaching Xvgl' more so than research. Our teaching programs cen- Ql ters around animal science and range and wildlife man- ,.e C agement." . LJ.-61. Y, - Leon Holland , l, ,,l wr 7-I .J . , . . X El ll 1 A .Wyse xt gil. xr- I .rl 'X .i i-Til" I llfllf C Goldie Coleman "li " or Warren Griffin 5 :W A V, Xi ' Cx ' F 1' -T' . , I, Donald Shelby S Q 7 if N - y W9-7' Robert Steger sf b get .Y V 1 " X if "Vg ! f"T'f' K ,I sa... X ,V , 4, ' C his 8 Mark Engstrom Crosby Jones David Marsh Edith Marsh Chester Rowell "We have an excellent faculty with a true love for teaching. Our goal is to educate to the best of GQ? our ability in the biological sciences." Terry Maxwell .41 ,y.,...-' .-.1 y x a Ned Strenth 189 7? X ,S "Our goal is to prepare students for a career as . 526 professional chemistsg for a graduate schoolg for ' QM pharmacy, medical, and dental schools. The faculty up Q, members have outstanding backgrounds, excellent train- ,:.,i'1 ,' QF' ing as chemists and impressive breadths of interest." D X Q - David Harlan . sg-ffw r ft . Q- .- , NF r E 'iff y H , '. ,Y 4 lx '- fi iig314i9as?ii A pe We 5 fr Michael Carlo 521' D 5, Ross Dawkins ,QI ,T-,, , N I ' 6 as Edgar Drake ' X Ai in X V ' ' Tamara Hess -L X K- f , ' ff' Harold Peterson Suv 1 V TT . 5 V X4 ' ,, a r Q R' 5' Ifmy f' WNTSQQ-44 -.g4-,, gmal"i21AM - - --P , .f f' l ... , Fw George Shankle ' Qs, .17 "Our department provides an exciting environ- . Q55 ment for learning based on the close working rela- Q' tionships among faculty and students." - Ray Dawson 190 'Ui x James Grenda .V 2. 1' -we S, Varren Parker X V N XE AN x V 4 ' A l, , "We provide students with a background of aca- . demic preparation with a Wide range of clinical ex- Q' periences in order to practice the profession of nursing. The students are more dedicated and eager because they have a set goal to achieve." Mary Mays .,,.?gr "J'.,-05 X mr, 5-,W fe. A f- A we V .qlkp W Q b X' 1-5 , sf' 4. Molly Allison . ,,.jExl' CQ15f-fl f 5 I' Ann Armstrong , i I X , , I ,I V 'f"1'? JearmeDa1y in 5, y fyf . ' fa' 'UN pe 1' as Judithe Hanover v ' N ,- X .,.f"'-'H V K X 1: f Q ui- - Dorothy Read ,Q f A ' I x viii? X K7 1 1 f Q as A L si' Ag: 5 Y ' e M rf! ' Michael Van Doren My 'C J 1 Esther Wooten W- iffy, 6 N' 'g ' X Wanda Zellmer QF, P A T' Q p - in . --Ei! E' X' W "The ability to take an idea for a program and . ' 69' provide all administration necessary to make a pro- F. ' ' Q10 gram a reality is one of our outstanding features. We g try to provide continuing educational opportunities to the - community." e A Q h - Don Hale - .7 f-- o x, 5' . e , X n X x 191 We Q X T55 'NC5 "No comment." I 16919 - Johnny Bailey X iss, A k - y le ,dbx f i I. . . if -A 'flvli X 'Q c. David Cochener John Duke James Hodge Harvey Johnson Sally Low s i -1 r 4 . .- "' ,... 5 'Si -A-X 'pl ...N . N fb f- 5 -g ef 'wif is ' ' I 'Q V if . xr if. 5' - Ni. 'l .-:rf ' rl. xx, .5 N X ,- X. ' . 'Q 4 , " 1 use l .Y i ' XE ' i Ji V+ 'f Vi' NY Q-A 'ml m i x x A ' aah' . if , i -x 4 V., . i' "A! -L "X f --,Q if A '-2 Linda McCamant A g K Barbara Sidener I ff W' 5- l -,Ek L Catherine Talley ' ti FJ, A px' ' Deborah Wells ff' ' ' ' '-ff-ff' W X 'V v ,ag . 1 -1 ' J xii' ,V V - 59- D ' . x Q! "We provide immediate career opportunities to In g GQ, fthel student body and highlight national security is- . Q XM SQ sues in an academic arena, bring extensive guest speak- D i N Q ers from both the Air Force and civilian worlds, and offer 2 a locally conducted flying training program." ' h - Paul Lang , ' - 5 A if IIA A Q . -N. - sw. -' . V lx: ' . Ssklic 2 Q Nil Kit? Ronald Carter Daniel Connor KX mx A Hx- Q P l U 4 .. - fl' - Q, l pg 7 i Nj- m ' J 1 1 5 v gs 8: Features Found here are the ordinary mug shots of the students at ASLI. Al- though this section may be consid- ered the least interesting, it is the one looked at most. Scattered among the mugs are short articles featuring some of Angelo States special stu- dents that lead thier school in the spirit of achievement. Andy Breedlove and Lisa Albright celebrate the victory over Abilene Christian durin Homecoming. tArt Hanson Photo!-XSL News Sz Information! Lori Mason. Lorenz Werner and Derritk Jackson take advantage ot the sunshine out side the new Massie dorms tArt Hanson I t tofASU News 8: lnformatxonl ing. tMike Howell Photo? , - 5- 's fan , . ...,,s,.'. " Rod Miller practices to improve his calt mp Ernest Abalos 1 Robert Lee Melissa Abbey 1 Del Rio Amy Abbott 1 San Angelo Kenya Abbott 1 Pontotoc Suzie Abbott 1 San Angelo Ciary Abee 1 San Antonio Kim Abel 1 San Angelo X X1 x XA i - l -1 N S" ,, c. xiii ix' tlk ff! its -fl A 1 " 1X:'N . x:1-KN' A Q-5 -Q - A sa-A MX K Sq L x .XX . S 'it 'v ' ' A' Nr 9 ' Xxl f AZN ' se. . ,. "-'f' jrxx 1' "' - " ff " TV3 i "-3 1'-I-A N:-:., ,. ., 1 -ff: C ' Michael Abelar 1 Big Spring - 'ffl 'A XX ' wx - 'Q -.Xa .L Cathy Abell 1 San Angelo ' 1 l Q i ' ' - - ' 1 i r- 4 Nafez Abu 1 Baker ' X - x, if 5 lk W X 5 iff., 5 i - .el .15 1 l,.,' '45 F , Paul Abundez 1 Big Spring 1 'X 1 fi X " i. ,L Qxxj ,ig l All Tie fig Ciary Acevedo 1 San Angelo , ff' . XX ,, A "-' Fl"X'XX5gi ' X v XX 53- ' ' . if ,Xt 45X 'A Peter Argumaniz Y Sweetwater .-XX g XX ,X - . N XX N ,-QA, fx X 5-.XXX XS , K 'VX Q XXXXX X XXSX ' f ' kg. Kevin Aeker 1 Nazareth X W XXIC- .X XX 1 X- 1- K XX X ' ti 4 fx 1- X, ay 71:1 ,gay W- my ' -X X, .-.- ,, ---- -..v -'-,--, Mis Xig.X.,s-g.1.:Xg-i-55 .,,1t,t1. X -X - -. -rr-V .-, - ' gQwf-H 15 "iw-2 Alice Acosta - Haskell ' i , .5 X, A' , i1 X X if A-fl 'C . . XX M 1 -- Cristina Acosta 1 Abilene ff: 'f ' .- 1 , QX ' , X" 5 "rw X Patty Acosta 1 Pecos -. 5- SQ! , 1 7' X 1- v. me as X.'rfQg,, ' ' Xf' A ff: ,. 3 Salvador Acosta 1 Abilene :jr '- .3 .ir jXX L3 'i I. X4 ,..- , 'J 5 : .L T 'W' David Acevedo 1 El Paso , , ,W Nia is 4 ffl 'Xt' - :H A X,X,g3. X . X. it VN' 'iff-2 Christi Adams 1 Big Spring " 9' ' ' SA X " '- 1 1 l ' '7 '. v ' if Gay Adams 1 Center XX ak X X 1 Kelli Adams 1 Denver C ity i"""i'N"B , t-X 44,, ,fm .X :Q "" X if X X , Terry Adams 1 San Angelo -..'7', F ' X X x 1 ,X Q t Joe Adcock 1 Coleman it 3 X' I 5.7 et: ' ggi " R :. 2 - 1' " A :- Allen Adkins 1 Sweetwater .vs ' iii gf- T f- -1 Q-' 1' A gg Xfi' Dawn Adkins 1 Sweetwater - " V C -.,. l' ' ,.'., X Q? if ' ' 12" f" Cruz Aguirre 1 San Angelo ' ' A S' X' ' X fl Q ' ' A l ' t ,. " NA, Trinidad Aguirre 1 San Angelo Xi' XX ' x' N-Q. X ' X x XX Bernabe Aguilar 1 San Angelo X i Xgrc' XJ' QIXX X X f Faustino Aguilar 1 Big Spring i f . Q:-XX X X ' XIX "" '- ' :R-at X. Alejandio Aguilera 1 Ballinger 'IS' G! vs 1 . M 5 ,D 'X X : -X X X 2 X , 15 If X, qt -Q .1 Aim 1 Ode -. in X i A 1 Albert Alanlz 1 San Angelo X Xf' il .. if ,X- X, 335 f A -A gal:-' ' 1 W, Miguel Alba 1 Clint 'A 'l X " "' 'li 'Nail A' f KX: ,X S l'1-' ,j Karen Albert 1 San Angelo X ' X4 '- ,X Q Xxx. Q ' ' ' K ,, . . , - x .4 - R4 V, 171- ' ' ii. 1-FFS' - ' 'f '1 ski. ,'-. "-i vigrx Le,-:--'X xy. ""s- . Ht, T Y" ., . '-if+i'Y Liz Albracht 1 Nazareth '," 1552 -"' X-"1 fill' X R11 , X -f' 1, ,fx Patricia Albrecht 1 Hutchinson 1 . - X X Age w' - ' r, " 'a S3 James Albright, Jr. 1 San Angelo 3 Q, . , Q 43 Q- 'fl ' 'i 1-1 - -I 'X " - . - ' " cl?0naldA1T!ibXr:1ght 1 Mertztm X X X CA ,. j Xfxi 14543 , - ,.g.. XX.: f, XX - 1- 1 :A X ' X X4 arrle 1 ge ,X 1 ' ' L i . X ' 1l 33 if 1 3,0 1 X 1 X Brenda Alexander 1 San Angelo ,Q X, " g ' I 'Q' . ., il? ' " li Dina Alexander 1 Freer 'X-XX - X1 '1 X Lit X :' N.X.XX,1 X. .1 as ,, -f '.,. 1 --f V . WT 'f' "' " '..1.Tfe11 Johnny Alexander 1 Comfort XX ' ,ff i 'FN 'N -Y-"l il' Xl ' Kevin Alexander 1 San Angelo ill" N" 1 -"' 4 it -1, H X X, ,sw X ff, ' Michael Alexander 1 Plains XX -X .X'?. ' X 6 'ri 1 -7- 5' . xx? X 7' 'i 'Xl ' " 1 C XX Tina Alexander :L IX A ' 'g I' X CT' 5 ' 'X ' " Li- Il i 'X -4- 'X Howard Alford 1 Lubbock " " .4 V- , f ' X , X 7 bi ,P-'V 1 ' Ricky Alfaro 1 San Angelo EX 'S' , .lv is l A X f Danny Alford 1 Brownwood X 'S' " X XX LX E X -X A , , L, ,. ,., , , W- - - av- :qv Hatim Al 1 Kakhan ' ' 1' "cs EF!" 'X 4 'jf -1 Saetd Al - Kimi 1 'Y - ' A at QV' -l NY '.. N1 lf' , " "' X f 1' - Angela Allen 1 Abilene ' 'F 1 5' ' A " 'X 5' ' 9 7' HV? ,Q 5. 1 XP' 5, Billy Allen 1 Abilene X- - A X 1 . ,, A Q X3 " X if-, W XJ Tr-r 'if Burdette Allen 1 San Angelo Q ' - " id" ' ' "'-' 'I' " ' ' -P Al 2 Doyle Allen 1 San Angelo 1 t ' X 7K4 'i ' uf: ., 1 5' XX X Q XX l X Elisabeth Allen 1 San Antonio W' N "' I 'V N-1 . ' i X 5' A l A . 1 Lk A x 1 1 Gerald Allen 1 San Angelo . -. 'V ' 'H' 1 " .- f i James Allen 1 Wolfforth ' vel' ' , Y-fl Kara Allen 1 San An lo 3 . 'I "X A ll" :Wa ' 4" " x " ge 11 ' Q "' 1 2 ng lqqfk 4' 9 ' 191' ,,X X in l X , I ,H-.-55 Kelly Allen gi X -- !1,.x X ' Xf X " - 1 'fff ' ' P , iz, , X Lisa Allen 1 Garland 'T .1:XX tv, A " ' Ai-I ' ' X l"XXXXX v ' 'V'-rg ' X K 1 K'-3 ' ' Rita Allen X 'Q j " 4 ' X- XX rm' f,XgX,,XXXX A-.,X,1. "' Rohm Amen C han Angehi' X5-4-1 ki., ft! ga , -4 ' 5 , Thomas Allen 1 Brownwood X " 'A' . ' 'l -Rl AXXX . " ' YY Virginia Allen .5 img- - l i XX" A ' ' .sf . Sf 51 il Belinda Alley 1 San Angelo X :wh i X -X' ' ' 7, 5, lf" . of '- " ,' 'A' if 'v i 1 1 a ' .li 'X if ,ft-"5 . Leslie Allison - Hobbs -A ay 1 '1 73g 2- A ,, X X N. gl "-:Sir All Wg.f:,X '1 Alicia Almengor 1 Sierra Blanca X ' A . XQLTX-f 7 " 1. ww if ' ' . 1 Esam Al-Naser 1 Israel - 15 " 1 X ' X ,ll ' ' wi ' X Henry Alsbrooks, Jr. 1 Lubbock " 2" 1 X, gig Mr E l. ' XX X X' ' l ' 5. . . l f- 111. .lfl-nl l 1 l A L . -1 ii. L l 194 .1 J P4 4"-ri - .3 li 1. 7 V3 Wynn Alston A Madisonville " . 4 ,W ' ,J ,, il 1 ' ' 'W .il f Gregory Althot A Roscoe div' 13 C "Q 4 - rm f ' H Y ' ' - . 95 - , " - VL- '21 ' m!"'2Q , ' 1 N. ,, ,H M I ' f ", if 5 " "' Helen Althof' Q ,,4f 2 fl ' -A rw, 9' Fifi. gl Si, X fi.. 1 . A If by :EDJ , Juan Alvarez A San Angelo QM' ix 'r"- m 3 K ' -f fx ' V: Q51 5' ' elf- ff W M, A Xi, Roland Alvarez A Ennis ' A n 1, -I . X Y l , X, r ' NH lj ' N4 ' , f' 5 - V Laura Alvey A San Angelo X gig jx all F lmcuil 'M A W- "lf Fernando Alvira A Columbia F' "fri" . ' eg- ' W 1' 1 1 -.vw . 'R v F' U? QE 'A ' f 'Q , ' V. ' Marco Alvizo A Eden 'fl ' ., , I A' 'T -, l 2' 'f 'hug , fi ' Barbara Amonette A San Angelo , , at 'B la - 1 ,qwf 3 Cr is 3, 1 A , ,R 3 .f "B ' Jack Amerine A Merkel lu ' dll , Q 5 '5 :nf-'R 5- A -1 V ' ' ig ,ne .lp 'I U ,, . .QL Jerry Ames A San Angelo 3, K 1 Y L v r A- - QA V. Q ,L M A P, "," ' , Y Q 5235, I L- J . ? ' ,W , Jorji Amicone A San Antonio ' A .Ln 3 ' , M N' A ' . r' .. Jo Ann Anaya A Ft. Stockton . N - i f' 1 1 1. 4 Y, 1' , 1 ,T v '. V Billy Anders A han Angelo l 'NBWFgg!llllF??' 5 5 f ,ff S ,- ff. .' f , "' 'P -- A fag ,i . .P A' K Q ' . , N ' K , 5421. ,,. 7 -4 1. - ,. 4, -,..- ..L. ., 1 A-...yqhi - A-sc-ss-2 . if , Q ,4f""'. 37.d 'A 'Few .sw .+ve-1-S , , vs... ,. , - fiesta: Xmas -' - , g . . L, ,, x " "x2."Q. , ez 5 'v , 3f?WRg'i 5 I We 'lt :Fug Two ASU co-eds make the walk from Massie dorms to the Food Service Center. fArt Hanson PhotofASU News gl Informationl , 1 3 ' " T ' ' .1 A"l --,.- ' WYV, Y ' ".'q' f1jlQQI5'3i"" ':.' ,A ,X-11' we 'wiv' ww Y ' J " W: L ' X rs W' - Q Audrey Anderson A Mineral Wells x "., hw V 'Q ' - - fjg X X i Dannie Anderson A Temple S Sze ,, :Aug V 5: . zu vs, A av A FAQ 4' A- , ,Q 7, 'w 1 Donnell Anderson A Hereford F 'u :L V W H 1.13 , Q36 lk: ., sf.-K 3 LQ 1 -r - V Anderson Breedlove A Simonton H ,ge 1-1, Q' N, 'lg' Q 'Nba Y. Y 2 v 1 1 ' X' ' Glenn Anderson A Schertz . S V, J Q, if-p , 'I X , A ' i 1 Julia Anderson A Del Rio f- X H K -1 V. fi , 'B X xxx Tb! , Kirk Anderson San Angelo gg 7 Z 'if ' l W 4 A fo Y' Kristen Anderson A San Angelo 1 L' " . 1 1 H-I - gif Lynda Anderson A Hondo f T5 ' - ' ,1 5, , 'yd N is 'Fr 1. ., Martha Anderson A San Angelo we - Y 'Q A if '- ' ,gw X , F7 1 fi J ' 4-A" 'A Rozalyn Anderson A San Angelo fl' " ,A - ks N Cf jg ' is V f'f'17.N , s - L Terry Anderson A San Angelo lv -nik gy E: . ' ' f 94 Aki A A .QR Melanie Andress A Lubbock Q- ' -' ' ' Q' - . ' L "" ' '- 'ff mn ' A 'gf Q Donna Andrews A San An elo A ' A ' ll N4 ll fe . ' Y g ' f -'f' 'Q H7 F wk T? v . "" N 5 , Janet Andrews A Brownfield ' H ' -ff! 1 ,V W - ' r jgv, '41-fu-.M,,f c .r l Iii- irxlfif l '-:QQ Lori Andrews A Big Spring A Q, if 13 :N i W gg 3 " , Q 3 gg, F-3 Ewan Qngfe A Sin Angelo fit. Q I . A - lyk.. 4 5: A I L N. QL- : 1 N, :A lf' . e x 1-"fry ,J ,N jg evm ns ey A nson A 'Vw :iw 1 , Nb 7 Dawn Anthony A Bulverde 4- is A V . ' 111 :xg A b F: ,- " V I' Q, Belinda Arcos A Del Rio -' H23 ' X , x f X -QA -. ' ' " Jesse Arcos III A Del Rio , Z- P l ' 1 195 1 .- -. . ' te-fs,-'-'e Q .. -x-' f -'V' -V " if -' ' "T ' l"1'4' Theresa Arcos - Hondo 4V5g?s'a X M M- ' Eilgffg In XR A - ' ,-fi, -fV ,f - . V,-1 Staton Ardhuerumly - Anson V V+:.Vftl 'fi H ' ' 1' ' "Q, , Vx ' 3 1-V, Lisa Arguijo - Kermit h 4' "' 4 ,V -'73 ri ,YN ' - 3 FV - , S Q - '5 55 Mary Arhelger - San Angelo 'A gp , ff. VN in V 1:1 - V -f ' V 'l V,, V --9 r V 023 'f ' .QL il Chuck Arledge - .Abilene v Qi K' ' ,, ' -X 'S r - f 'A V 'f , David Arledge - Del Rio ' Y t'i1",. :V W ,A 4 '-'S+ " it , l AV , if , , -A -f q t V ,- ' Julie Arledge tg ju I VVV i Vu -V V V VV V V .. VVV Daryl Armstrong - Fort Stockton VV VVV- V. ' t V V ' t '4 ' rt "QV U V Eric Armstrong - Floresville xiii, N .. R V, , --A' 3 ratify - ,Q f:.1, Norman Arndt - Schertz 'S V' ' gf V I , " Q'-F. V 'V " -iff' Q- ST I V Q C " ff Andrea Arnold - Waco .ff 9 ' ,QV it 'xii .QQ i "Tl Vg . ' Q' ' Q- .V QV,-Q 1: -Q j . 529: James Arnold - Seguin ' Nh- ,Tie l - N, X Vx V " - f A E571 XA, F ' ., " -- ' - Richard Arnwine - Merkel S- ' V- BW V ' Q Vt' I, " 55 V Terri Arons - ban Angelo 4? -iii kj 4,1-I-:' V X - , i 42 gn'-'Q ii -'ik I Agfa-N 2 l X Q-VV ,Avant f- .V , V 1.3 p-D 11- - A . -A.. , 'Q - :--t . , vavk.. . L? .,, ,gt mv .ft A if '-Q '. "' ' -r- -in ' , , .azz ... Q . -' -,, -, 1 . 'Nr Ni? if - X'-f --.,,. S' V, . V V' V 'FW 'S-f " ' ' F A, -- ...i X A sg? - sez: -.- 1- 1.-ze -t- "'f"' - ' '- " lf. V. :.. 'T""'i'?'lJ - f"'--Le-,V DB-" " ,WU ,s.o---, 1' ... -, .-.Hi .f 1.-1 W A ,vf Mi ,VR 1-gf. VV, ag- - -Q -f i. .T -- 5, C-- ..-- -V ..:,, ,H 1 -w .. ,f- -. , U- -' , ' ,J ,, ' -ff-12" '-1f-'r.t..i"1'fw3l'1Tr - 'N , , i ., . , . W- , ., -- -',. - Q -4144, ' -. ..-va-SVA -.n-gi... ASU Angelettes entertain fans during halftime ofa Rams football game. tArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sa Information! - ,t - .fri f. 'W' rf' ' " Clara Arrendondo - Sonora ' ' 3' -' 1 Angeline Arrieta - San Angelo ' , ' VV ' Rhonda Arrington l ' 'B if , 4-1 V 4 VV' 3-1 6 33 F5 -Jorge Arroyos - Hereford ' gfw ' Lf L.. - I ii X Kathleen Arroyo - Big Spring x Q V - j V I EJ Marta Arteaga - Ballinger . - . Vi - lf . A l V V V ' V U, -V - U ,V sx . 'rv "f Tenna Artea,,a ban An,,elo L V X X VVV X .4 Jimmy Arthur Q- Midland ffr lt ii' ix ' mfibii in V i - fi-Vf V VH ' 3 Toni Arthur - Christoval Lf" A ,N V tif' V-,W 1-QV , 3 W 1 , VVSVV3 Carolyn Ashbrook - Wichita Falls "lint 7 5 ' Q fYVf V A1 - 32 '-V 1 ' t VN Q i D H ' Flitlord Ashley -A San Angelo V f ' - ff' . it 3 -, V, .iii-V ' F' 'lt . ' A VAR Steven Ashley - San Angelo l 1' B V ' 'E 4 T DHT' l Vx VV ', 'H gg: N, Sammy Ashurst -- Del Rio ' V 2 1 - -5 ' - as 'tif' lx' t f , i fl .i 1,.,ii15A5iudi11f, A san Angelo V - , 3 A t- ,ftll X ' .-2 , it it 1 r, i - - - i. f X l Ruth Atkinson - San Angelo lift, 5 - -I 'A ii- ' '-" ' ,V X W- Andrew Atwood -' ""-N - -j' V 't'- ...W ,i f VVH151 A V. Pg V f, , V'i Ailflil AIWUrmCl f ldaltiu F 3 i V. ,V ' V611 "IQ ' H-. fs , V .1 t' .V - Af Ki 'gs SV -VV.' " f John Austin v San Angelo '4 K ,, ig 1, '3' l ' '1 ' Ci "3 A - ,' im ' ,VVV 41' 4--3 W z William Austin - Winters , i V 5-if, LQ1.. fk -tk' ' . ' H ' I ' ' - ft- .lo Ann Avants - San Angelo tv 7-ii' ' V A 'V - "i- N' V ef A A V ' i V Melody Avants - San Angelo ' 'gg -'gk Wk -' Q V l 1 'z"- LJ- - i ' l I3 196 X TWH 1 iw- fj 1,-l J 5 I, V ,l . + . 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' t .,, Rene Avalos f Fredericksburg Duane Averill f l'valde Susan Averill - l'valde Susan Avery Joseph Awosipe -- Nigeria Kelli Aycoek - San Angelo Paula Baccus -V Odessa Melissa Bat-on f l.uhbot'k Robert Bacon Erik Baden San Angelo Michael Baethge - Harper Michael Baggett A Fort Stockton Mustafa Baghdadi Switzerland Todd Bahlrnann A- Downers Grove Gwendolyn Bailey Le Ann Bain - San Angelo Richard Bain Jr. - Monahans Todd Bains - Monahans Monica Baiza - Fort Stockton Beula Baker David Baker - Muskegon Donna Baker -A San Angelo Mildred Baker Patrick Baker Reba Baker Rebecca Baker - San Angelo Midland Thomas Baker - Trudy Baker -- San Angelo Mary Balderaz - Monahans Darnell Baldinelli - Abilene Paula Baldree Paula Baldwin - San Angelo Ginger Ball - Abilene Kristeen Ballard Michael Ballard - San Angelo W J an T fr Y as - 5, X T gif' 1" . A Mary Balladares - Knickerbocker it I ' ' ,I ' - ri-Nfl' ' QI Billy Ballard - Girard , 'I X F ,,, A -1- -.Q - ' I I -1 W i Lori Ballentine - San Angelo IQ A f If:-gg, l A ' H- I.. I ' I: egg ' " ' Mary Bankhead - San Angelo R i ic l LA lt' I KAAH I Q A ffl . Q I I v I i William Banner - Dryden K A y xx , ' Nl 7 I I I N --I " 3 ' XI FrederiCkIIBarchetII I Q t 1 II I II X ij II ,HI II A UI If Billy Bartield - heminole IS- 'J B K I -,qggi as A James Barefoot - Copperas Cove 'i 1. IGS: AI-II I .I ,, cgi. Im .ir ' ' ' I Rachel Baring - S. I .I N I Iv QI ' ,. 1. ' ag- : ' AI III I Arthur Barker "Wig -yt 1 I :I-I 12I ,If I Q? ,-", ?'ff,L I-Frrf.I Q -I I -. 'I I I Shelly Barker - Pampa 1 1, - , ' at 'X 3 - I, A 5 ' i e ar ows y - amesa M ' i ' .aryl . i - ' fl' " I A X I, Gayle Barnes 1 San Angelo I , 5 A ' C 1 i X' ' ', 'H r' ,f ', 1 ,.. , l ' . f- . ' Yi , . l -1 "A f N ' ' Leeann Barnes - tx-iidiand 5' ' l . ig: H N I-yi I' - ,. i lu ' Robby Barnes - Stanton ,R TI, 'Ii 1 0 Se 6 gil 4 I T I Shaun Barnett -I Plains W II It ,AL :wx I 3- - 1 J Julie Barney - Kentpner "" ,III . I " I I 2- ' QA- II ' V., ' -I ,' Gregg Barr - Sterling City JR f., -il , 'QQ " K S' I QI-:Q9 Q Jeff Barr - Sterling City J 51 MI A II I IL' Paul Barr Millerswievi P V P' -1.7 ""' I V l ' . ,I 1 I ' "A, N wi Leticia Barrera - Midland , I ' II.I-i ' ' I 1 Iftf ,333 -' - ' N ll Robert Barrera - Andrews I. I' I 3- 5 '- 4'-w .,. ,I ff' JFS, I Q Fe Q I Nw ' - ,, If Faron Barrett - Princeton Pi 5-,N 'I IMI -- :SI I I I I I-Z ,Ir I ,X Nfl Sheila Barrett - Bronte r , . ., .. if -'K A - , Brent Bam - Brecke--ridge K " V' ' X - -Ii'l ' I-'. I I t. v 'l M " Christine Barron - Ballinger -A ' N ' , i X- -' f A I II IZ lf. IIIPIIIEIIIIII II. ,Q QI IIIXI It I , Kevin Barron ban Angelo . - l .,.- 3 -:ffl YY I, -:AI L1 Y i Randy Barron - San Angelo rl, 'l H" N as II ?' . 3 ' X Lee Ann Barrows - Odessa I-' 1 I , Q 3, ., I' -Ii ,II'I - QA I ' 1 A if E25 -,1' :. yi Barbara Barry -Sk A- f fi- if 3-I ' . 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I ,rf X w xi 4 A X el E . 2 - 'F--A .-V --T'--wg 1 .S A .V -.- U , xx , .rv ' ' f Penny Biggs - Pyote I'anya Biggs - San Angelo David Bilderback - Denison Leigh Ann Billingsley - Ackerly Cheryl Bindseil - San Angelo Debra Bindy Nariko Bingham - Fountain Valley. CA Stephanie Binnion - Midland Quint Binns - Scott City. KS Joel Birch - Pattonville Stephanie Bird - Abilene Scott Bingham - San Angelo Deborah Biskup A Troy Brent Bitner - San Angelo Cynthia Bitner A Big Lake Regina Bitner - San Angelo Shelley Bitner - Big Lake David Bittle A Fort Worth Coleman Bivins - Sagerton Michael Black - San Angelo Rodney Black - San Angelo Roger Black - San Angelo Tracee Blacklock - San Angelo Marie Blake-man - San Angelo Jolla Blackwelder - Pharr Nasreen Blaisleh - Nablus W Bank Tangela Blain Carl Blair - El Paso Ella Blair - La Pryor Pamela Blair - La Pryor Richard Blair - Kerrville Tim Blair - San Angelo Mari Blake - Wichita Falls Sue Blancett - San Angelo Gerald Blanchard Charles Blanek - Sterling City Marchelle Blanek Sandra Blanke James Roy Blankenburg - Dumas Lou Ann Blankenship - Sweetwater Julie Branson - Roby Scott Blanton - Dallas Deborah Blasingame - San Angelo Billy Bledsoe A Valera Alison Bleisteiner Deborah Bloys - Beeville Stephen Blue - San Angelo Todd Boales - Uvalde Mark Board - Austin Carrie Bobo Israel Bocanegra - San Angelo Kevin Bock - Big Spring Dru Boen - Odessa Jimmy Boen - Odessa Jeff Boerner - Hobbs Glenda Bohannan - San Angelo Daniel Bohr - Munhall Tawana Boisse - San Angelo Jennifer Boldin - Lamesa Brad Bolen - McCamey Lynette Bolen - McCamey Curtis Bolt' - Wink Randy Bolf - San Angelo Carla Boling - Austin Pamela Bond - Sierra Blanca Stacey Bond - Golden Pam Bonner - San Angelo Amanda Bonnerup - San Angelo Douglas Bonsal - Dumas Scott. Book - Dimrnitt 199 .aff-of .V . 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S Cathryn Burk 1 San Angelo i 24 i ,gi 'C' 'ga if -' James Burk 1 San Angelo i t ' .- " V ".'-' -gr X' 'L' ,,-e ' V 0 lt' , Jason Burk 1 San Angelo 51 - . l A ft 1 '- ig' r ,qi l .L - -" ' - X" f-Snr ff' ft- 11.-'. at 1 Cullimore likes theatre despite uncertain future He doesn't know why he started. He doesn't know how far he will take it. He does know what he likes and he likes the theatre. H. Mark Cullimore, a 23-year-old working on his Master of Arts in the- atre management, wrote STEAK- HOUSE, a full length play presented by the ASU theatre department. Besides his work in the theatre, Cullimore also works as a laboratory aide at Angelo Community Hospital. 'Tm the ghoul that goes around get- ting people's blood," he said. Cullimore said that his future in the theatre is uncertain. "You can't make a living at it unless you get a good break. The idea of starving does not appeal to me.'l His degree in theatre management will qualify him for managerial or public relations work, he said. 1 Barbara Dempsey 202 , .-FSS? f'Y'T:15f1:--1 152:11-lyssffiisk , ,. f tx-M-us---.... y . . WN-Sf ' N -:SN.1::?r 'SfiS'1i:'- . .,. f 1 .fi it r""N.-, w -Lit - - "gy:-xv' . sh" vs- ' .I1:,g..s.. , . iw. K skis' , in-S "0 ,,..s --- N . " , I K 'L X .. A we gf 'wr 1 fo- fi' Q' I-, -- Mark Cullimore performs "The Man I Used To Be," a song composed for his original play, "Steak house." tArt Hanson PhotofASU News and Informationl -sg. ,vi - -, ,- r ' . -a f .AS f W - ' .. - ", - 6-,ij 'K T' qv I ,, ' 3 ' , 9---mi-af' "' f . 'J ' ' , ' , n BN' 5 -n . 1. X,X B - 5, 5 9 1 l n Q.: my XX ,X- Xt?-'QSJBX pi Q. I.. 'MAE ,XXX XX. i 'TW - ' 1 U' X XX X f., 'if ' X k v XXX, XX X t-,igLX Q at as-- X -IX, - . " ' . I ' ' XX ' v ' sv ' ,,, ' x 1 ' x - 4 ,Z Ki L X' efkxl 'eff e' l . - '. - - - -. I, 4 4- wh W , .. 4' " ' 1 'f- A ' Q .X ,gg , ,S I - . gg-. L. 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Robert Chaney Ping Chao - Hong Kong Clitlord Chapman - Nlicllancl Dehliie Chapman -- l'lainx'iew Grace Chapman -- San Angelo Jody Chapman 5 lklzlson Lorie Chapman - Austin Angelita Chappa - Mereta Alicia Charles Will Charlesworth - Hallengei' Carole Chase - San Angelo Lori Chasteen -- Sweetwater Tom Chavez Ill - San Angelo Vicki Chiapetta - Franktort, Il, Panida Chitpavanaskul - Bangkok Donnie Childers - Tulia Sandra Childers - Copperas Cove C4JClX Cl1lldE'I'S f Stilinfa Chris Chisni - Fort worth Amy Chow -- Hong Kong Carin Christall A Fort Stockton Ivey Christian A Andrews Melanie Christopher - Laredo Ping Chu - San Angelo Alan Churchill - Kemper Helen Ciber - Winchester. Oh. Gilberto Cisneros, Jr. - Big Spring Moses Cisneroz - San Salia Richard Cisneros - Post Marcy Clapp - Kingwood Randy Clanton - Coahoma Ron Clanton - Coahoma Laura Clardy 1 Stanton Cindi Clark - San Angelo C. Shawn Clark 5 San Angelo Deana Clark - Big Spring Kelly Clark - Marhle Falls Kevin Clark - San Angelo Lawerence Clark - Menard Mark Clark - San Angelo Melanie Clark - Florence Michael Clark 1 Artesia Michaele Clark - San Angelo Teresa Clark - San Angelo Tim Clark M San Angelo William Clark - Eldorado Chuck Claxton - Colorado City Travis Clay - San Antonio Tom Clemens 1 San Angelo Craig Clements - Brownwood Shawna Clemmer - San Angelo Shelayne Clenimer - San Angelo Dianne Clemmons A San Angelo Peter Clemmons - Seabrook Chris Cleveland - Christoval Wayne Cleveland - Rota Delihi Clift Martha Clift Juliann Clifton - Gouldbusk Lori Clifton - Ballinger Tommy Clifton - San Angelo Ronald Cline A San Angelo Wendy Cline - Brownwood Darrell Cmerek - Miles Randall Coahran - Plano Shaye Coalson - Bronte Courtney Coates - Granbury Pam Coates Matt Coble - Stratford Flash Cockrell f Lometa 205 Preston Cotfer - Richardson .t f. '-w'5i1"'T 1- ---' "emi" Joelle Cotfin - Abilene 'i A A-. ' Chad Coffman - Stratford 1 M lil Pamela Colbert 4 Big Lake i , 'VV li-F1 aw M VV w- '- V Christopher Cole - Plano "r 1 1 - Q13 v ." Qi' -' V 3 '- Lana Cole - San Angelo ' , 'f N V' ...f ix- V' "Q Regina Cole - San Angelo ' . V Cv, ' 'N P' V K xx S" J: e . . . Frances Coleman - Crystal City 1 .25 ' i V4 A N, VV: 1 VVVVVTY, . ,Vw 4:7 Kenneth Coleman - San Angelo N "" ' f , . WX ce': Sg?l 5- T' -.Sri ' ' i N Randal Coleman - San Angelo ' , if ig ' P QV-if N. VR Sylvia Coleman - Floydada -3 "i 'VU V. 5' 5- V - - V- " N' :TT , fi l? Dian Collier k San Angelo fn, X QQ- V 'V -' Vf 443 V V A- ' ' N f i Kerrie Collier - Austin -V .. ' ' - , W 'A 'f- J'-A Michelle Collins - Odessa q f-X' "i H X' X Paula Collins - Benbrook NV X N A , Y..,., :VV J VV ,T . V A VV V ,' , VV .VV Raechel Collins - San Angelo Q.: l is SEZ? -V 1, it A A 1 - ji: '- ' Sandra Colson - Midland ' "" + ruff ml i-'ei Vxigff " ' i yfxf- "M Toni Colvin - Brownwood 1? TJ wg, -g, 'B 1- AV David Colwell - Harper V ' Q FXS gb ,self t ,'VViiV,:X riva l VJL. Va: -, ' :a ,r.VQ,'V H- John Compton W Spring Hill. KS ' ' ' r- 'H' 5 X'-T' A Kevin Compton - Winters . ' '95, ,.', 1 K -ff ' l i f , 5-' V, - -r . ' . . X 'f 5 -A 4 JJ' 'Y Victoria Compton - Rockport V V , V V NV VM VV VV ,,,, " . V P -K5 R A , . A A Timothy Condry - Del Rio V Q 1. .i V X - as V V .. -: 'V K X Tammy C onger - Sanger V, V 'Eg-9 535 . V, fx: 1 SSX NV VV John Conklin - San Angelo if 5, V at ' V M H- -R if -A T it Stephen Conkling - Killeen fer .1 - t V 45, N, 'L ' --.V ffllii . Q11 - ,gg I f .' Q-5 ,i Gloriana Conley - Abilene 'Jig T' ' ' 'V if X wi in - I X, 4,15 Donna Conlon W Odessa by X I P g l' " li i 'V V V ' P X 1 x - V ' 'i li il' I Niki . 'XV 'Q I Kent ctmnaiiy a Goidihwaire VV , VV V x,p, VV V uwql VV to ,VV V V on VV Vo V TV V V V V V Donald Conner - Tulsa. OK VV. . V w T K . Pamela Connor M Ballinger Q M' I -V .V -z -"' 1 Jig, iffy "L, J, X' " """Vf- f fgf' Paul Conoly - Van Horn V, 'V l .7 ig :W A, , 5' , V va 3 V V ' . - Yi ",' VV' fp T 1 A ' V 7 Cheryl Conradt - San Angelo , . . ft' 1 V ff: eq, Vi" ' 'P Q V ' p .3 ' ,..- x," , t 'lj ,,V, " V V Q 'VV' V Robert Contreras - Pecos V 'YP fr V V 4" 'W :N V' ' ,V El f' V V 573195 ' '- ' ' V' QV 31' ' ' 'N l Timothy Conzemius L A i W' A 5, 'Y .,,N 1. 'V 51-f. V , ' X l i 'X Q.-5' V ig.. X v X P -- Breckenridge MN '- X "" 1 'legal 'il 'X ' illlv 5- 7 ' il HBQTW U" - F in ' X Kelly Conk - Simon A xi 1 ihfzf YS ffi ,'ix.,.,. "f www' 'r - .RTT r". f 3 1 x Y-. f-by-y KN :gT'Ti" " 333,-pwjtt ' -- k- -glint... it Richard Cook - Abilene Em ' ' ' Darlene Coone V V ,., f V R -f xii 3 ' 3 5 '1V Garnet Coone Y San Angelo it 1, 1 -7. ' ' If ' " " .V QV N. "'-R a Af 'U George Cooper 4 San Angelo ... V V . l l, , Q5 ' .,-. i 'T -. - -Je' K H Kelly Cooper - Sonora 'irq ff' X V i A' NL' Bl ix' K- A Mark Cooper - Junction Q' 1 ff" , V ' gl ' R Marvin Cooper - Oklahoma City, OK A "' -wt, i A vwfyzf r"' vm" 'ig-'gi-"1sf5" W j::"g'rx5-q:3:t k " VA: 3? -- X14 " f Monty Cooper - Brownfield .15 ' " V ' V ' .John Copeland - Gardendale N' 'l ,V la , 'iff-VS ""' 5 , ' QQ ' - , Cathy Coplen - San Angelo V "Ji", V. '. 3' 5' -G S- tbl. 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V -V X V Q V ' V -' Kalani Cotner ,I L- v ,',j- 9 R " ' F ' i ,, 5 .5 in 'um 2 5 ,A ' glib' Lori Cotter - San Angelo Q 5 41 R' " ,V F V. ' QQ, Aff L15 I V :Vis Kathryn Cottle - Big Wells V ..,, 7 Y 5 .21 X' "' iw V , 4 . - K i ,5f'l",e-'53 Michelle Couch - Ozona i V A ' K , l Xie ' im, A , " , " ! ' Perry Collom - San Angelo km' i ' A f 'fi V K , V 1 J 5 'I Vx , , , . . . A c i ' ' "" 75911 . V, igirgegsylej O Brien V -44 V 4 V V .4 Ly.. 4, Q4 iV- Sharla Cowart - Pecos P - - Q -1 il' ' 3 Q. WH . A.: 2. ' 1 1 'D S' 17 3 R' -" 1' Patrick Cowell - Alpine ,L .. V. ' 1' V. .4 P V '.-' - M Q3 fx 11- I' V ily' 1 A A if 91v5'f,. I 1 EV 21 ff: Bobby Cowley - San Angelo ' ' fi' i 'e" ' SKY! XV ' V x H -- V -. - Brad Cox - Kerrville ' ' I Q V. V ' l ink N 'A i 'fu '- Q f ", 'D i i . . ' V e:.V, V , 1 f V X " Cody Cox San Angelo I LA IJ I A my I Q N 206 :ty I , . .,- 'Q A. ixf' 1 'Ve L x I it-tail Ttaifn dg, 4' . , ., X , W I -J 1 1 wit -r-' WW Y- 1 511- . , I V. V Y tim? 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"-.V Dale Cox -- Horan David Cox San Angelo Monty Cox - Monahans Lance Cox - Midland Mikal Cox Stainlord Timothy Cox Crowell Linda Coyne Pattie Crabtree - ffllonnell Pete Crabtree Rick Cargil -A I-Brownfield Kim Craig - Winters Jett' Champlin - I,uhhot'k Karen Crandall - Big Spring Bruve Cranford - Grand Junttion Del Cranford Stacey -Io Cranford -V Fort Worth Sandra Cravens - Houston Lori Crawford - San Angelo Staci Crawford Theresa Crawford - Del Rio Timmy Creekmore - San Salsa Connie Creager - Pecos Randy Cregar - Big Spring Ana Crihh A Mexico Bohhy Crider - Denver City Larry Crochet 1 San Angelo Stephan Crochet - San Angelo John Cromer - San Saba Margaret Cromer - San Angelo Janet Crooks - San Angelo Missy Crossman - Painpa Jane Crouch - Austin Karen Crouch 1 San Angelo Mark Crouch Lesa Crouse - Kermit His tenth year at ASU, Director of Bands Harris Brinson directs the symphonic band during a concert. tArt Hanson PhotofASU News S: Informatlonl 207 Dunking, preaching makes winning combination for basketball player Dunking and preaching may be an unlikely pair, but for senior Angelo State basketball player and licensed preacher, Tony Mathews they're a winning combination. After playing only one year of orga- nized high school basketball in his hometown of Buffalo, N.Y., he re- ceived a full scholarship to Niagara County Community College and then came to ASU. Here he receives a full scholarship as a guard. This year, Tony was the second highest scorer for the Rams and was chosen for the LSC All-Tournament. team. He said that he came to ASU "be- cause of Texas." He said he had al- ways wanted to go to Texas and plans to work in Dallas for a large corpora- tion. He also hopes to attend semi- nary and possibly serve as a bivoca- tional Baptist preacher. In the fall of 1983, Tony said God called him to preach. He was licensed to do this in New York that year. Tony was active in the San Angelo Coy Crow - Midland Barry Crowder - Midland Susan Crowder - Midland Yolanda Crowder - Lubbock Zanetta Crowder - Lubbock Milton Crutchfield 1 Mesquite Benny Cruz - San Angelo St. Paul's Baptist Church as a youth minister and also preached whenever given the opportunity. Tony said his biggest personal ac- complishment at ASU was "maturi- tyf, He hopes ASU students remem- ber him mainly for his smile. - Lisa Musser . , ,, ...LA V .-.1535 f was e l, . I, . Y t Q10 3-:ya-w-wg'-'- e-.. ' t ' "H az ' -1 ff . . v ,-:Sr A-. A .1 ew 1- 4. 'Q Ft -.7 l C' X .Y .. -Y . Y adj - - N --1 A ' PJ ----gi x H----X. .Mgr Tony Mathews goes for a basket during a Ram home ballgame. tMike Howell Photo? Tony prepares a sermon in his apartment. lDavid Lozano Photo! ggy 5. e f te' .. , gf V... Q .Q as-1 ' fri' 4. 1- ' 'wg Q", -. N' Y - . -. ttf' I , ' f Q... - 1 l . I I Patty Cruze - Memphis fa.--N . A V"" L ' L, A Connie Culpepper - Santa Anna " i ' " 'f " ' I g. . ' 2 R Shem Culpepper - Eastland st fy 3 'Y I 'fx - . SC 'f V ' ' -If Dale Culver - Killeen 1,19 7'-r . 4 - -. Q -- 5 . 'gf 'R R Christen Cumberland - Georgetown ' 5 +--'Q . .. Y 31. i, gh Kathleen Cumming - San Angelo A' l . 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Kathy Drennan Leslie Drennan A San Angelo Patti Drennan A San Angelo Gary Drew A Abilene Amy Dre:-:ler A Virginia Driver Carol Droll A H Robert Drury A ElHoy Dsouza - Nigel Dsouza A Della Dubose A San Antonio owena Abilene Manama Bahrain San Angelo John Dudgeon A Leander David Durr A Pattonville Wilma Duke Viola Dulaney A Abilene Gary Dulude A Abilene 'Twila Dunavant Melissa Dunbar Darla Duncan A A San Angelo A Junction Brownfield Jeffrey Duncan A Comstock Reece Duncan A Sweetwater Sheryl Dunham A Muleshoe Amy Dunn - San Angelo Carolyn Dunn A Corydon, IN Cheryl Dunn Kelly Dunn A Mesquite Kimberlie Dunnam A Big Spring Michael Dupont A Killeen Juan Duran A Del Rio Chris Durden A Leo Diruea A A Canyon bilene Eddie Dusek A Vancourt Lee Dyal Cynthia Dyer A Del Rio Rex Dyer A San Angelo Roy Dyer A San Angelo Arlena Dygert A Azle Dee Earhart A Big Spring Donna Early A Troy Clayton Easley A San Angelo Dennis Eastman A Dickinson, ND Julie Eastman A San Angelo Kevin Eaton A Stamford Mitzi Eaves A Jal, NM David Ebner A Boerne Patty Eckeberger A Decatur Danny Eckert A Snyder Becky Eckhardt A Wetmore Marlys Edborg A San Angelo Kyle Eddy A San Angelo Kippy Edge A Bobstown Lance Edgemon A Anton Joseph Edmiston A Eldorado Grace Edmondson A Copperas Coxe .Iodine Edmonds Ben Edwards A Ronny Edwards Charles Edwards on A Fredericksburg Odonnell A Odessa David Edwards A McKinney Tracy Edwards A Abilene William Edwards A Rocksprings Anthony Effendi Steve Eggleston A Wink Jennifer Ehlers A Tahoka Vivian Ehrig A Miles Jay Eiland A Snyder Jennifer Eiland A Granbury Neil Eisenbach A San Angelo Robert Elich A Midland Donna Elick A Abilene 211 Manama Bahrain "When something dies, then it is set freef, Newsomis musical wedding tribute lasts forever Don't expect to hear "The Greatest Love" on the radio anytime soon. Not that it is a bad song. "The Greatest Love" is a beautiful gift that ASU student Jim Newsom composed for two friends at their wedding. Jim describes the unique signifi- cance of his gift: "On paper, it meant nothing-playing it brought it out in the open." However, the song will never be heard again. After the wedding, Jim destroyed the only copy. "When something dies, then it is set free," he said, explaining that de- stroying the paper version of the song means that it will live forever, mak- ing the musical tribute all the more special. Jim, a senior from Dallas, said he uses music to communicate with peo- ple. In addition to composing, he plays the bassoon and the saxophone in the Golden Ram Band. Though he has no definite future - Lynn Holmgren plans, Jim is sure music will fit into - Gary Dulude them. 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Faris-Odessa Thomas Farris Joana FaughtfMidland James FavilaMSonora Jerry Favila-Mesquite Rhonda Feagan-Sweetwater Kim Feaster-Colorado City Vanya Feaster-Mason Kim Featherston-Kermit Debbie Feist-San Angelo David Feldhotl- Paint Rock Scott Feltner-San Angelo Vicki Felts-Fort Stockton Johnny Fergeson-Sweetwater 'Timothy Ferrer-Corsicana Laura Field-San Angelo Mark Fetzner-San Angelo Melinda Fielder-Abilene Nita Fields-Brady Ray Fields-San Angelo Sally Fields-Nevada. MO Sherman Fields-Wichita. KA Joshua Fielek-Plano Louise Figura-San Angelo Rodney Fike-Bertram Jay FillpottfSan Angelo Donald Fine-Harker Heights Mike Finkelstein-Silver Springx MD Katherine Finnegan!San Angelo Daryn Fischer Janet Sisher Jessica Fisher-San Angelo Kelli Fisher-Memphis Kenneth Fischer-Ballinger Laura Fischer A Michael Fischer Judith Fiveash Leslie Fleming Kingsville A San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo Susan Fleming A Schertz David Fletcher A San Angelo .Jeanine Fletcher A Del Rio Kayla Fletcher A Midland Mark Fletcher A Phillip Fletcher Barbara Flippin Jack Florence A Adam Flores A Bertha Flores A Nidia Flores A Portiirio Flores A Steve Flores A Vicente Flores A San Angelo A Copperas Dove A San Angelo Hawley Ralls San Angelo Pecos San Angelo San Angelo Mertzon Bob Flowers A Robert Diann Floyd A Big Lake Michael Floyd A Seagroves Dianna Fly A San Angelo Alice Flynn A San Angelo Richard Foli A Clarks Summit, PA Teresa Fogle A Frisco Renee Foley A Ft. Pierce, FL James Fomby A San Angelo Jacqueline Forbes A Brownfield Donna Ford A Vernon Gwendolyn Ford A San Angelo Leslie Ford A Crane Michele Foresman A San Antonio Eloise Forge A Mexia Rico Joe Forlano A Eldorado Bruce Forrest A Pasadena Debra'Foster John Foster A Snyder Scott Foster A San Antonio Robert Fortin A Sweetwater Deborah Fowler Tom Fowler A San Angelo Mack Fox A San Angelo Sheila Fox A Ranger Brian Francis A Bahrain Marla Francis A Midland Donna Franco A Rocksprings Robert Franco A San Angelo Stephen Franco A San Angelo Branda Franke A San Angelo i ' f' -c T""5 j Q Y., , :Q ,, v 1 IP. 5, A 3: , . , .Q ., , xl . , I. ' A A ' I g ,' Q- - -LE, ig -f l 9:82 5 , : "Z, fa - - i, -A .- . Q -i t , i fv- Q 5 il M ' 1 F51 X it ha' 1 w' csv '-q?',rc, , , ,V , , - KK fs. fi WK A ' ' 1 f F' N A! 'Saw .,, M Q, -4 F xg is , V. in A 1 .5 x ' X :' It ,. f ,r .. if '35 F ' 'i 243-V" " , 13, -1' . 2 A 'F i I... , .rid vi ni l H Q, 1: 6 ,. rf -mf. 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Gonzalez - Eric Gonzales - Eugene Gonzales Ygnacio Gonzales Robert Gonzales Robert Gonzales Ruben Gonzales James Gonzalez John Gonzalez - Paul Gonzalez S Todd Goodnight Drexel Gordon -- Misty Gordon - Sheila Gordon - Paul Gtiri - Poq Tami Gorman - San Angelo Menard Sonora - San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo Brownwood - San Angelo San Angelo San Angelo - San Angelo San Angelo Ballinger San Angelo UUSUH Andrews Randal Gorton - Deer Park Jeanann Goss - San Angelo Novarat Gould - San Angelo Karen Graf - Del Rio Carrie Graff - C leburne Gerald Grafton - San Angelo Robert Grafton - San Angelo Janet Graham - Melanie Graham Pat Graham - S William Graham Midland f Fort Slofkton an Angelo - Kerrville Valerie Granado - Pecos Kelly Granzin - Carol Ann Grant San Angelo 4 George West Jay Grant - Kerrville Kim Grant 1 Big Spring Lail Grant - Midland Vance Grant - Abilene Janet Grantham - San Angelo Larry Granzin - San Angelo Brendan Graves - Big Spring Jonathon Graves - Bandera Patrick Graves - McGregor Jo Anna Gravitt Angie Gray - Bangs Cindy Gray - Odessa Leslie Gray Leslie Gray - San Angelo Scott Gray - Virginia Gray - Dennis Green - Gabriel - San A Lisa Green A Sa Stamford Idalou ngelo n Angelo Lonni Green - Bastrop Martin Green - Paula Green - S Abilene an Angelo Ralph Green - San Antonio Greg Greener - Morton Carlton Greenshaw Angelia Geer Gitch Greer Judy Greer A Midland Charlotte Greeg A Lubbock Louise Gregg - San Angelo Sharla Gregg - San Angelo Leslie Greggerson f Ballinger Bryan Gregory - Littlefield Lezlie Gregory 4 Littlefield 2 1 7 Richard Gregory - Paducah Teresa Gregory - Hamlin Patti Grelle - Eldorado Lari Grider - San Angelo Billy Sha Griffin - Abilene Dan Griffin - Schertz Debbie Gritfin - Junction Kirk Griffin - Eldorado Rebbecca Griffin - Sonora Wyona Griffin - Schertz Anna Grimaldo - San Angelo Laura Grimes - Abilene Debbie Grindstaii' - San Angelo Diane Griswold rf N . 5? , 'Ni it 275 "' ' XX t Six if 'te 4 f ,cf X 4: 1 S. 3. 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Darin Hair - Slaton 23' Ag 3. 4 F5 , 64 :L . , -,, .fy 'R 'l - Fatimah Haji - Ismail tg- 5 . ' 1 ' 4 A ,et 4 I TT? psig '-" C-bf gal v. 1 A Katherine Halamicek W Fredericksbur V325 li! Y Q t ' 'Al' 9' ' f . 4 ' ffgl X54 ' I 'f X Leigh Ann Halamicek - Brownfield j-gif Y W - ' W I V dat 4, V Y v X E: 4511: i Rocky Halbrook A Dallas rx X I ' 5 2 l ' Pl - 3, . L l ' i 1, - Xi 1 .. , . ss.. .-4 Austin Hale - Coahoma -, V , V ' Q , fy il- ,, ., , - c X Q' Carrie Hale - Talpa 5 f' ' 1' ff -".-, , -' 'Ulf , , - ' . Charlie Hale - Iraan 'ff 4 - nf. 4, - 7, g: -ff' lf' 1' ' - w ff?:, ,.,, 4. Kendra Hale - Plains ., ii ,4 L- Vt 1 y 'IA A. D' 1 QQ, ' "4 '14, " 315, 52? ' Chickie Halfmann IP- ff l I , P' Q fi' -' , ' Q C " I I Vtgetifil Lisa Halfmann - San Angelo V ' V" 4' V' 'l"y ,ffliff lj ' I A Y" I ' if 3 Rodney Halfmann - San Angelo l X ,fJ '1' - Darrin Halfmann - Garden City 1 4 'Eg " l 3,115 ' ' ' ' A Sherry Halfmann -- - ' 44 ' 'A ' Tommie Halfmann - Ballinger , : " ' '37 ,-3, ' ,Q 6 Q 5 1: :T '. .,.i 1 LJ J 'H Brenda Hall - Plainview FK gg T f -4 Q.. '- '- 13 ,. g 1 gg 'X " if 'Q :A " ' Cynthia Hall R San Angelo it-1 r, A4 'K '-' A ' ' -Ni 41 ' -,D Ea'-N ' Q 3 Jack Hall - San Angelo 4. i, 1 ' ' 1 ' ', JS, ,L E , 'i X ya JaCQuie Hall - Hobbs Q " ' Ars f f x ' x A 7"- -N .. if '-UF N I . lb 218 N A is ' all Q Y' ' I 'B' .K ia John Hall V- Canyon A W V I. Y ' ' 'bg' if :. F 4. 'ig " Kevin Hall - Wellington bf' '73 " if 1' " ,,',. , M "V I ' rx Shannen Hall Wolforth nf" -f 1 '55 ' 1, if .X 'i -tg 1 ' 'i - ' Q.: " Tammy Halmark - Ballinger V pix V L, 4, - fhgyw ul. , ral 1 , I I gf Q l f .L .QQ . f, V , .Y 3 'V ,u Y Aaron Halmon - Shanta Anna 3 Al, -q ' :SX ttf, l' FF! ' Deanna Halto - Sonora il A I f Aim' ' J ' Nh iii Steve Ham - Lamesa - U ,f lg! -Y In 1 ' Jetfrey Hamby -V Hereford 1.1. M .8 rf, ' kj 'a ..y- 5,53 .N , Bobby Hamilton as Mfadoti 1 C3 S -Y ' 'F' gk' L if ur :IA kc Q hr CF W 'if' af! Doretha Hamilton M Dallas ly' X. Ly, 'l ' '- " .V . .' .g 5 5-lg, dl . V, " J Gary Hamilton M Midland ,y J A J I N' v 4' f Q. P I X-.xv 5 g Janis Hamilton -f W ' ' W ff S 1, ' 'l ' ' -left' Hamilton - Devine .4 Tia .-Nuff, "J 'iii , X I gl Kasandra Hamilton - San Angelo . , fu - I 7-'flow' . Q ' 7- his F 'lfklf fi? ' 'Q M! lg., . .-f rf-Va',..4" n Q A I I ',- V 4... , ' J' W . BX, A Y 'l,..-- 'llM:.txQ1 V i ' ' ffl q . -W ' . f ff , f"rf'- . ',f 1 R ,xab V.- . . WM, h tiifif: NC ' v A member of the ASU Ex-Student Association serves a free soft drink to an ASU coed during fall registration. fAl't Hanson PhotofASU News Sz Ina formationj "Z u - 'L' A , 'AV' tg.. l M" Lori Hamilton - Bronte ggx' 1 time ' X .- . 4, , Jeff Hammond Y Colorado City 4- 4. " -- 4 Q : 9 ' CT. 17 Q' -2 :r W' FF f' -Q gtacyi-IHanE1pton - Brownwood N .4'9'.'fLf.4,f4 Q- . ' " -N rf, f P A I " -. ' an ana 3- X L Jil 5 f 19 Xian. Y fi . , John Hancock - San Angelo V A' -'k 54 i "" ' . " A B"-.ll .- Paula Hancock 4 San Angelo , uw mx 54 I X X Q X K ftliz' Roy Hankins - Winnsboro i x . .. . .S ' .f . L. " at ' N :-f .Q V . 1-. Shirlev Hankins g '- 0 .fig if Bruce Hannah - 'Dalia ft A r 7 f ' ar .Q Ax 0 Dan Hannifin - Midland mi ' "6 ns.. ' 5 A - F ' f . v Marv Hanna - Sonora a,- , Lis- 1 f ,X .4 t - x + .. r 1 . f 'D' 5121" 5 A ,L J 1 ' iq Nick Hanna - Plains 4' 'QW '. , ' i l T3 ' Cary Hannsz - Haskell X ' Casey Hannsz - Haskell 'tl Q u 1 Z,-ff? i P if-""h l --Q Steve Hanson Y San Angelo 1 , K N X, 5' ' -a X, ' 552-1 'Y ' ,5 Rusty Harbour - Stratford 1 f " j 7, 1 Q5-. ' - 9 - Brad Hardin - Fredericksburg ,mid ,fs 115 ,. gig LN William Harding - San Angelo - f f F' 511' , Ginger Hardy - Abilene Bffl' w y . W I ' ' i n ' F V Lynne Hardy - San Angelo Q ' ' , f ' -"' .- L: ' I Becky Hardman - Ovalo t Sf t ,ml at HI J... 219 5- f ' ff 55" -. :ggi A - fs x s W' pw-N ' ' Q , . jr' Deborah Hargreaves --- Killeen ' -,F Tb? er 1V 3 -ivy: . . " . 4 'lim HJFSTUYP - Lubbock , . , :Q I .ll e 2-xr' - il 33 A , Gregg Harlak I, " le- LPI .Q '-. fi Q ft ,im X' A YQ , N' 5 a Robyn Harlin - Colorado City - ii gb fi, fix gi 0 'ii ' ,gf i 67' iw " JJ 1 , l Kelly Harlow - Llano '- ' X V ff N V ' X V I Q :A ,I e l' gf" V -iii Linda Harmon K San Angelo :fy ' " W' . ' -YV i V VVS-- iii. Nr y -4' s ' ' . ' fern: -41- ei' 15' . hami Harman - Alpine 3, V, K ,F V N X X G Lynell Harned - San Angelo 'Isl 1 A gms' H V' ' fi ,V Mark Harness - San Angelo "X: W . " ' - ex .l ., V ft: V X Jimmy Haper - DeLeon 1- R I K 17- v- ll'-::k'7' r' le' . - 'Self , - , aw . ,-Q,-, , . 1 - N- . Q gg i- V ,, ' Todd Harper - San Angelo V, L- i 1 - , 5, V4 L5 Ve it I YV ' -fx . V Paul Hurdle W Worcester. MA K V 5, S 3 V' K - '- . - -"' 4 if Becky Harrell - Herinleigh - Q N 'A ,Q V -3 55: g AA l 1 Y wi .. i - w -N V V. V. V , . e -1 I, , ,L N , Q hristi Harrell - Plainxieyx 1- ,Bu "' , X ' X f Personal philosoph guides McDonald7s success "Never be satisfied until you reach your goals." This philosophy has been the cornerstone of Melody McDonald's many successes in life. Melody's life has been filled with setting and conquering goals. She has won hundreds of twirling awards, in- cluding Miss Majorette of Texas. Her beauty pageant awards include Miss San Angelo and Miss Tom Green County. Scholastically, she has maintained a 3.95 gpa and has been on the Dean's List every semester of her college years. The National Delta Zeta sorority awarded her the 1984 Florence Hood Miner Award, which is given to one girl in the United States each year. In the future, Melody is looking forward to being an attorney, raising children, and possibly getting into politics. - Raymond Stubblefield Melody McDonald uses her twirling abilities to entertain during a halftime show. tArt Han- son PhotofASU News Sz Informationl , :'.4,gs,,95-+"sxi?"!?fP ypakkk-'Af ' , e 17" ' f' ' "Ti - - 'WW' t- Cindy Harrell - Leakey 'Vs , " V Q91 X Wes Harrell - San Angel i 5 V? ' 'V A - Dan Harrington - Arlington 1: , -J VV! r 3 'Y ' ' ff" "' N ' ."' ' " Jill Harrinmon l Q ' V-V lz- ,V ' 'VV ' 'I-f , Marie Harrington - Fairfax, YA y I H 'N M ' " ' Mil-ie Harrinmon - San Angelo YV ' KX 3' ,sg l i Sean Harrington - Arlington , , 11,3 V! -Vg il , R .a- "' 1- Angela Harris - Austin lv A.- ,iv fi 'K ' Anthony Harris - San Angelo I V -lana Harris A Lamesa V , N F , A Q Jason Harris - Amarillo Vi ', ' ' ' - V 'X F N ,lyk N . , , c -e' - - I N , .lenniter Harris - Brackettville grzy V ' N 'v ' g 1, 'ff K '- :gi-V .Jolene Harris - Monahans " 1 'lg 'WV in. 'I ' " ' N 1' ' ' vs f flo K s l - ' I 1 l l lxenneth Harri ppera Cove I t V H I Kevan Harris -. -:3,. J' - v X 1 VV,. H Michael Harris -V Pecos if -QV' M .V .' mil V ' ,. .N V I X .- VV Michelle Harris - Andrews l' -R sq 57' V- VV ,. ., 'ii All V f: - , 1 Preston Harris --- Big Spring , v , V' 'i ' 'Z ' " " ' 'h Randy Harris -- San Angelo ig if .il If ,,.., E 4 -if 595-3 Roy' Harris A Del Rio 'fm' - .K ' f ' , ' i '- 54' we ' Steve Harris -- Bedford X ' ff, xx i' tl . -rss! J 220 tx. ,lx -.t Vicki Harris 1 William Harris Amy Harrison Billie Harrison Leslie Harrison 1 Lyndall Harrison Paula Harrison Ahilene Rotan Hichmone, MO Strattord Breckenridge 1 Breckenridge Big Spring 'Tracy Harrison Nancy Hart - Stephenville Pete Hart 1 Seymour Tamera Hart 1 Big Spring Jill Hartgrove 1 San Angelo David Hartman 1 Rochester. MN Michael Hartman 1 Santa Anna Robin Hartman 1 Santa Anna Cherisa Hartwell 1 San Angelo Donna Hasert 1 New Brauntels Kim Hastings 1 Valparaiso. FL Tracie Hasty 1 San Angelo Robert Hatcher 1 Sparks, NV Kim Hatchett 1 Austin Gayla Hatfield 1 Crane Jan Hatler - Winters Mark Haubrich 1 El Paso Stephanie Haught 1 Hamlin Jamie Haver 1 Lampasas Douglas Havlak 1 San Angelo Lisa Hawes 1 Snyder Mike Hawks 1 McCamey Donald Hawkins 1 San Angelo Jay Hawkins 1 Brownfield John Hawkins 1 San Angelo Hunter Hayes 1 Henrietta Angela Haywood 1 Los Angeles, Jerry Head 1 San Angelo Peggy Head Bruce Hebbert 1 Sierra Blanca Dale Heck 1 San Angelo Taffi Hedges 1 Sundown Martin Hedman 1 Houston Georger Heflin 1 Monahans Alvin Helfer 1 San Angelo Cynthia Helmers 1 San Angelo Mike Helms 1 San Angelo Karen Height 1 Georgetown Jeff Heinatz 1 San Angelo Steve Heinen 1 Medina Harold Heinze 1 Dallas Wendy Hamby 1 Ralls Cynthia Hemphill 1 Pear Valley Caroline Henderson James Henderson - San Antonio Jeb Henderson 1 San Angelo CA , "' QQ . Q A. 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KS Mary Ann Hogard Andrews Rosa Hoge-da - San Angelo Melinda Hohenberger -- Midland Greg Hohensee - Miles Karen Hohensee -- Miles Paula Hohensee --V Miles Lisa Hohertz -- Ozona Diane Hohmann San Angelo Wally Hohmann - San Angelo John Holbert -- San Angelo David Holcomb - Houston Stuart Holden - Ballinger Danny Holik - Miles Lynn Holmgren - Artesia Douglas Holley - San Angelo Bob Holley - San Angelo Larry Hollifield f- Copperas Cove Melody Hollon - Yancourt Dawn Hollowell - Big Sandy Trey Holloway - San Angelo David Hullum - Abilene Deana Holt - Houston Leslie Holt - Rosenberg Lonnie Holt - San Angelo Robert Holton - Midland Panjarat Hongsakul - San Angelo Larry Hood - Odessa Theresa Houpy - Lago Vista Ginger Hooten - Brackettyille Richard Hope - Brownfield Doug Hopkins - Mcfamey Jim Hopkins - Abilene Joani Hopkins - Stanton Wade Hopkins 1 Sonora Kim Hopper - Iraan Holly Horne - Kyle Jerry Hi nrne A Craig Horton - John Horton A San Angelo Chicago. IL Colleyville Martha Horton - San Angelo Robert Horton Linda Horwood - Blackwell Keith Houk - Dousman Burt House - Paducah Shaun House - San Angelo Carla Houston Randy Houston - Abernathy David Howard - San Angelo Marie Howard - Lorena Scott Howard - Marfa Todd Howard - Lamesa Kathy Howell - Abilene Mike Howell - Oklahoma City, OK Billy Howerton - Hamlin Lacy Howerton Y San Angelo Scotty Hoyle - Garza Jenny Hsiao A Taiwan Maureen Hsu - Taiwan Barbara Hubbard - Kempner Drew Hubbard - Coleman Joanie Hubbard - Rising Star Darren Huckaby - Blanco Trent Huckaby - Fort Stockton Sharon Huckeba - Odessa Scott Hudgins - Kingwood Andrala Hudson - Toledo, OH Angela Hudson - San Angelo Clare Hudson - Olney 223 ' -Q. ' -. mir' I f' Ray Huff - San Angelo Mark Hutfman - San Antonio Sam Huffstetler 1 lngram New York. NY - Brunswick, NIE - Kermit David Huggins - David Hughes Jackie Hughes Jana Hughes - Avuca - Crane - Blanket - Eldorado Julie Hughes Karen Hughes Shelly Hughes Timothy Hughes - San Angelo William Hughes Robin Hughlett - Amarillo Lawrence l-Iuigens - Strasburg, CO . a. -1 -V, 'K .fi ' R M Xt ' P N l 1 , 'iff - r L ,L-A ti f . II X -2 - - .- it - 7- ... ' bf, ' , ' -is , , , ' 7 I II I Q I X , I I '- . I - ll 1 ww r T 43' Xi, . . . ., T: .II I ll "' 1 " TTUHIXK-le' Brenda Huisenga - San Angelo I -'-' ' A l Q' ' '1I'vff'QI 'x" Z. 'vii -I, I f Lisa Huling - San Angelo ,iq- f , Qj, QI 1 X ' H Q F ' ' ,I -F77 A Q , . Christi Hurnes - San Angelo I Q , I-ff Fs-'lf,If-- 'fi if I ' I' r ' -.- Karen Humphreys - Lubbock , F ,' L. 3- .I UTP A ,233 Hu Hunger - Van Horn i M -. X J .ffj , -. 45'i'g Laddawan Hungsibinatee V- A l, V' V 'I N' " - ' Y ' ' ' U -. - -- .,,.., -H S , lv , Timothy Hunnicutt Big Spring in .5 Q I I ,III KIES I II IILIZL II I 14, ,I--rf II ,IMIIIII I III I I I Deanne Hunt W San Angelo Y- 'l V fit ,' V -'.A - T f T5 ml? -hyat . Z , g . i Katherine Hunt - San Angelo 'J 5 i l ' - -' " -f 1 R ei lx - ' 1 1 c- . . .- LI . .. x .I . . u , Lyleann Hunt - San Angelo , It J 4 7 . It fa-. 2. -f - 'Y I II Virginia Hunt A San Angelo ' ,. Q - 1, 4 5 , I I A f :sb :V-ii Q - " I QI, Rebecca Hunt - Midland ' 'i - , ' , i' I 1, ' ff' Q-:fL'F'Q' ,,, 3-fri 1 'V,i , 1 .A gg? Debbie Hunter - San Angelo .- 4' 7 ""l F --1 4: - 'A vi " - 4. -- - ' ll 5? Rob Hunter f Hurst if A ' Ik Samuel Hunter - San Antonio I ll X Jeffrey Huntwork - San Francisco, CA 2 ' Calley Hurley - Pecos , fr I .. 1' Jennifer Huro f San Angelo I S , .lo Ann Huro - Brady as-:ill ' ' Gregory Hurst - San Angelo E- 3 y Ln Y v William Hurt 4 Lubbock A 3' -. N I , 3, Q 1 in I II 'Wi 1 .. Go-ahead opens doors for future rodeo achievement The Rodeo Club of ASU achieved their major goal in 1985 when the University administration approved the club's request for permission to co-sponsor a college rodeo and gain their National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association eligibility. The club has been allowed only four student com- petitors. Schools are required by the NIRA to produce a rodeo every other year to have team eligibility. Four students had NIRA cards and represented ASU in the Southwest- ern Region in 1984-85. Rod Miller, an Ozona transfer stu- dent from Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity, competed in calf roping, team roping, and steer wrestling. Kirk Griffin, a sophomore from El- dorado, is also a calf-roper. 224 1' ""' " ' Wi'-it-' I I N, . , D ,I ,, , I 'b.-fl' 'aggmcv 1"" 'T I ,l,."'f' ' F01 ,f'-?'741f:1'f ' " -, '?.':"1,' ' ., A 1 ,ff - Qi. ' ' 22. 5 II.?I. , I 'EI' - . - I 4 I II - ll I .-.,- ig ' jI1I 4 - Ii - :I -.1 I 4. . II II II., ga, z-.5 - -.. -- 5. 5 . . IMI i I- I , ' ' I S - I I-.I I II B I .Qi tg II 1 Q., I, 5 II Y, . , I I, ,-I , I I xIII .I-Iuflz-.Y 4 if + . , " 1 'Welt' 't x ' .. ef -.1 '--golf ' 1 ik ' 7 W 't, 1' 7 7, 2 A i - ,, A 'II ,, I,21""4-r - . ' - ' i l i ' 1 ' ll - .- ' 7817332-'rif ' I1 17 I, -. t , - If I 'QI I s' If ' I I ' ' IgIII-gi-55,731-Q,Lt -, If - : I . I . - A I' - - -3- I it I I Iggy-I if 4- 1 . , Y , . , .- , ' '. ,ul-'.-7!1-.1 ,-.i.r'12...u. . Rod Miller, Cindy Harrell, and Ruby Lee take time out from practice roping before the Sul Ross State University Spring Rodeo held in Fort Stockton Feb. 14-17. CMike Howell Photol Cindy Harrell, from Leakey, was first in the region in breakaway rop- ing and qualified for the College Na- tional Finals Rodeo in Bozeman, Mont. in June 1984. She was also a tough competitor in barrel racing, goat-tying, and team roping. Ruby Lee, who transferred from Western Texas College in Snyder, placed consistently throughout the year in breakaway, barrels, and goat- tying. At the start of the spring 1985 rodeo season, she was placed second in the Southwestern region in break- away and was third in the nation. - Sami Harman Q 3. 1 ex. , Q. -1- F-C' -, fg.-.,, -' . I ', - A R' , , , QQ!-'i'Q" , it .M Allison I-luth 1 Kerrville ,r ' r - --Q . , .-- -1 Q1 , . fl .l.LJ+'- Scott I-Iutchens San Angelo lff . ... - ig 4? 9 QQ IA Q 2 5. . 'ilriwlq Q .5 IQ ' 5. Q ' ' 3- 1 Debbie Hutchinson 1 Weinert Q QVQ QV '-Q A -' Q'Qg 4 -' - 'i " QQ Q lx :Q K if 'Q - 1-2 Mindy Hutchinson 1 Knox City - ,-nge. 3 I - . '. - Li QQ - ,- '- i QQ James I-Iutto 1 Llano Q "1 - ' ' ' ' it ' V X ' Kevin I-luyler 1- San Angelo Vx Q' i 5 QQ X Q I '-' Kim Hyles 1 San Angelo .411 Q '- i J X- I ' , - A' T' "s s as s 1 - , . A wa ' ,, Q - "'-.N - Scott Jacobs San Angelo ' Q ' f ' i it Q ' Takoma Jackson 1 Sari Angelo 'S 5- ' -3, W T ei 'DQ . ' " . - . if -0 , Stacy -Jackson 1 Big Spring ll' Em I 3 ' -' "lr ' f. Shely -Jackson . , F J-.' -I - ' U +9 mQ Sheila Jackson 1 Midland If - 'X JJ' . . 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Margie Ktienig - San Angela Phillip Kiiger - Big Spring David Kohler - Fnrt Worth Clare Kiinaghan Tncld Koontz - Gltnn Ktishalenclra - Flirt Worth Susan Kuthmann - Menard William Knthmann - San Angelo Helen Kramer i Ozona Tilly Kramer - Oznna Cindy Kraus - Fredericksburg Gregiiry Kraus - Fredericksburg Margaret Kraus - Abilene Denette Krueger - Hamiltun Geneva Krueger - San Angelo Faye Kruppa - Miles Pam Kruse - Aubrey Handy Kruse - Katemcy Ray Kruse - lyalde Kim Kuhne - Abilene Lisa Kuker - Dumas Anthfvny Kulhaner - Megargel Dawn Kuwpus -Y San Angeln Patricia Kuykendall - Abilene Rebecca Kuykendall - Fhristnval Janice Kvapil - San Angelii Vicki Kvapil - San Angelo Rusty Kwast Suzette Kynnr f Coiirne Pam Lackey - Ansnn Cyndi Lacy - San Angelo Tfirnmy LaFfin - Kermit Michelle Lake Y Pnrtageville. 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Julie Latham - Del Riu Margaret Lawhun - San Angelu John Lawlis 'A San Angelu Penny Lawlis - San Angelu .line Lawrence - Sweetwater Jellrey Lawrie - San Angeln Zane Laws - Valera Karen Lawson - Devine Terri Lawsun - Odessa Barbara Lay - Huustun Davella Lay f Del Riu Lisa Lay Charles Layton Il - San Angelo Cuung Le Greg Leach - Del Riu Kevin Leach - Knnx City Lynne Leach - San Antunin Senaida Leal - O'Dunnell Laurie Lee - San Angeln Rehecca Lee - Dell City Tina Lee A San Angelo Richared Leeder - Bnerne Kim Leinweher Ellis Leifeste Becky Lemen - Snyder Michael Lemining - Mabank Donna Lemons - Iraan Richard Lenhart Il - San Angelo Richard Lenhard -- San Angelu 'Troy Lennon - Cninstnck Perry Leunard - Roscoe Russell Leonard - Midland Diane LePak - San Angelo Lnri Lessard - Wichita Falls Elizabeth Lessor - Peabody, MA Mellissa Lester - El Paso Rikke Letcher - San Angelu Cash Letsinger - Rucksprings 229 Jeffrey Levens 1 San Angelo Vicki Leventen 1 San Angelo Joannie Lewellen 1 San Angelo Rusty Lewellen 1 San Angelo Cathy Lewis 1 Robert Lee Dennis Lewis 1 San Angelo Elizabeth Lewis 1 Verhalen Jeff Lewis 1 Andrews Jeff Lewis 1 Burleson -Jimmy Lewis 1 Monahans Mark Lewis 1 Goldthwaite Todd Lewis 1 Richland Springs Yanita Lewis 1 Midland Vicki Lewsader Brenda Lightfoot 1 Sweetwater Elizabeth Lightfoot 1 San Angelo Richard Ligon 1 Colorado City Jyhshiun Lin Kevin Linch Adam Linehan 1 Cleburne Jimmy Linn 1 1 Burleson Slaytorl Denise Little 1 Michael Little Terri Little 1 Jeiii Liu 1 Taiwan Ballinger San Angelo Rodney Lloyd 1 Batesville Shao Eing Lo Linda Locke-tt 1 Eden Kathleen Lockwood 1 Fort Worth Charles Loelller 1 Pleasanton Mark Lot' 1 San Antonio Cheryl Lofton 1 San Angelo Betty Logan 1 Weatherford Tim Logan 1 San Angelo Darla Lohse 1 San Angelo E?' t .e,ev sw gm is JS as ,Sl --'-1 as 53 Q1 . :gs ig., QT - Q 1- .ig ' Q'-1 X Ni ei Y l i ' A A ' 5' T ' - -g P. 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Leticia Lopez - Del Ri., f T - I ' 'S ' H Michael Lopez .33 - , P l QW "fl 'E' Ricky Lopez 1 Sweetwater 4 W ' lr .. - A 5 1 I 4' " Q 1- ri' ,jf f", R, Rita Lopez 1 San Angelo fn: ' 1 , gl -we L, 5 L, . Q5 . 3, I , Q Teresa Lopez 1 Kerrville ' '11 S- A' - i ' Y -..- , - . V- 5' hr . 'i "Y Irene Luvaul - i i ,,,. A '4 T It L ll 1 f X , Andy Love 1 San Angelo ' 1- ' i '15 My Q .-is ' .x . , , L,-1.-2'-, 'imgfi F Gary Love 1 Copperas Cove , ' ,f 9-51. 'ik A X Y T Mary Love 1 San Angelo xp", 'V 4 ' 'A i-3 'F ,- " iii X 3 Richard Love 1 Copperas Cove 3 ,R h '5:Y-sz-, gi -Q gs Q :T :ff .' ichael Lovelace 1 Vernon Q , 4' Ad -. 43 E' , QQ ,Qi -.. Ati" Darla Lovell 1 San Angelo it 5.4 ' i , - l ,T 1, Q' -'Tim X Phillip Low 1 Sweetwater , Q A' l ' Y ' K l i' 5 i David Lozano 1 San Antonio ' V5-A' l V - ' Q43 L ,, x - 230 l l l 1 l l l l l l l l 1 1 l 0 4- sg A .5 i ,. . . ,I . ,, i , xr f . , 2- . - . I l 4 K .. N ' ' ii 1 i I T T 4 l if ' i .- 'f K ' 5 -. ' , il 5':' ig.: . - f i , i my ' 'T""Tl' T I v 4 v w . Jenny Lea Lozano ii Ed Ludlow -- San Angelo , Mildred Luera - San Angelo -. 1- .- Adam Lugo -- San Angelo ., ,. Deborah Luker - San Angelo Joe Luekett - Hronle 'Q S f " 44 gh I Lei K K' 3 I it-lui S l 1 I l f " . r .1 , -4 'li ,N I 'F' i f X 9 tl! Q l Ml r' rl iv 'K 1 ' N x fx P' JR 1 , jg 4:2-'I Lira- . Eric Lumpkin - San Angelo - ' - Q F'-'QWSQW H ' ' ' ' , ' ' W F Y . , . 4' :fi N- ff.: lf-,nf . N I' Michael Lunan - behertz Al ' ii ,X L Q MH - - 1 X I . Leslie Luther - Burnet R fr.. "fir -13 it r .4 .53 1 ' b -- "'- 3 3 -Q - Roger Lux Comfort '9' ig! '. K A i . -M - KC' -A ga' g I QQ Pamela Lykins Y Breckenridge -.X 'i . 'Q -1 ,, " ' l Frances Lynch R Lubbock 'N l l -'Y f ' I 7 ' John Lynch - San Angelo - ' - ' 1:??sEisfi:'. . -... ' , A ,. ' V f I ,ily gig Robert Lynn - lxnox City ,..1,,3"'T' i" Q A Q at . i 'A A ' ' 4, H. A. wiaaske E- X.. if . . M v ' ' Chris Mabry -- Lubbock an 5 tg-cr 5 :, X. yr. .P N QS We 5155-5 .Q a. M 1, Jon lvlavceb- San Angelo AY ! ,ILA I ' " Q-sg fp N 6' Brian fiillivray - Del Rio f i y N ,llvijfl ' Q e V Q Lois Maekaig - Downey, CA f ,Eff - fee- B' br ii 4- i " - ,, my-ifi Madden - Ramiiui, ii, PS f V Q Pride Madden - Denver City f i. Lf-' s...- ' if FT' V ii 'W ,Q Triad Maafii-ix Todd - Carisbad. NM 1" -' N P ,F 52. hw" . , ' Pegg' Maddox - Sweetwater tsp SF- 5' U .252 fi! 1 5- 5. Q F ,523 -' f Ann Madison - San Angelo .gb fr:-1 :L S? I-A lub , Ir : 555' ' Q- I f X I I Kim Madry 1 Big Spring 'gi .,- " X uf: 1,-25 Q4,., , '-hx' ' , S -Q "' ggi K Y, lx K ' '- 'I Anthony Mahan - San Angelo 1 , '- ' 51 H - :N AK l L..5g5,,q. i ,Q-. .V Lisa Mahler - Gail 'T 1 if X ' X X, 332 N ,f ' Michael Mahnken - Garland .' '- - xl , . - . tif: .s-. i L' i , ' . f . , . -. ..g - if". -:-r"-'zp-. --5-:pq r- -75: E 4, ji . ig' ,ax QL.. ii.-,SZ-qgv. Y I .s N X-. .. .3 gf' . -. " A ' , . if Ea, i-es. ef, 3. e - ,. Y 9 T Q --' 4. ' iwrfrxilbwl ii ski' S' 1 9 "fr-.: I ,- A 1 ,lr A - l L ,M .-cy' b, - ! ,.- W V K ii- :g::f"-E 4- ,N ,.,.:i 2 . T - N .PRX X---V , f' g --1 7+ - . i , gs- ' ,, 8-if :gag-, -U ' Q 4 3- . . ii V. . ':. .- " 1-grl x . , 1 1 -sa - " ' l 'if'-'f' .ff 'v x l R-vi' Kelly Maier - Bandera SKelly Majors - San Angelo Lisa Majors - Big Spring Mamdouh Makary - Egypt Bertha Maldonado - San Angelo Javier Maldonado Mary Malik - San Antonio ASUSA president aims toward business, politics ix - .V , I . ' ,. .5 : . .L . V .rw . x .55 - ng.. W . 3,19 .--ge" Tim Weatherby takes results over the phone election night at Tom Green County Republican Head- quarters. fDan Wheeler Photo? xx .. if X Q X Q "If Ronald Reagan, as president of the United States, does as well as Tim Weatherby, as president of ASUSA, the country would be in bet- ter shape," said Michael Carlo, chem- istry professor and sponsor of the ASU Student Assembly. Tim, a senior finance major, was also president of the College Republi- cans. He said his main goal after graduation was to "get into businessw and "stay active in politics." After graduating in December, Tim became a congressional page in the U.S. House of Representatives for Rep. Tom Loeffler. As ASUSA president during fall of 1984, Tim oversaw many changes made by the organization, including a new homecoming election process. Tim said he wanted to be remem- bered for increasing student partici- pation in ASU activities and organi- zations. Outside of college government, he played an instrumental role in sever- al Republican candidates' cam- paigns. - Lisa Musser Ram Page editor broadens editorial scope Some people crumble in a crisis. But Ram Page editor David Ramirez thrives on controversy. Even an at- tempt to remove him from his editor- ship for his strongly political editori- als did not faze the "proudly conser- vative " Ramirez. ln fact, that furor over his editorals "made it all the more fun," Ramirez said. "I'd rather they be complaining about what's written than not com- plain. which indicates they're not reading." Ramirez not only livened up the newspapers editorial page, but he also widened its scope for added in- terest and relevancy without forget- ting campus issues. Ramirez, who graduated in May, 1985, plans to work in the newspaper field for five years, then go to gradu- ate school. After that, he plans to teach at a university. "I like college life," Ramirez said. 'Tm always in- terested in learning." - Gary Dulude Carl Malone - Comanche G -lon Malstrom - El Paso wg' Ralph Mann - Goodlellow AFB ' Q -- 'Ia gf , Bridgette Manning - Brownwood ' Pg .. Tracy Manning - San Angelo V fi ' George Manuel - Asbury. NJ ' -7, Michael Maples 1 Junction lf If ' Carrie Marc-hant - Midland Aseneth Marin - San Angelo Melissa Marion - San Antonio Charla Markham - Stephenville Rissa Marlar - Snyder 564111 Marlar - Snyder Antonio Marquez - El Paso .X Elizabeth Marquez Y Abilene Lyndon Marquez -- Stanton Joyce Marshall - Harper A ' Becky Martin - Fort Stockton " " Bolblll Martin - Yan Horn -M- Bryan Martin - Brady Carol Martin - Quanah Carrie Martin - Littlefield Connie Martin - Mertzon l-5' 4' James Martin - El Paso ' f Q, .Qi -lill Martin - San Angelo P ' , John Martin - El Paso Q Larry Martin f- Copperas Vove X Rhonda Martin - San Saba Rob Martin e Levelland Q Ron Martin - Odessa i Shelly Martin - Loraine C Tami Martin - Mertzon , 3-X Vaughn Martin -v Big Spring William Martin f San Angelo - Shawna Martindale - Littlefield 232 fv- sX 'xg is -09' -fa 1. 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Katherine Martinez Mastin Luretta Martinez San .-Xngeln Luis Martinez Nuel Martinez San .-Xngeln Y luhllllfiri 1 lik' Hanitiii Martinez San Aiigelti Rayniund Martinez San Angelo Richard Martinez - San Aiigelu Rnekey Martinez San .-Xiigrelti Tino Martinez Vic-tnr Martinez Dell Pity Luri Masnn - lfnpperas lliye Don Massey - Aliilene Gary Masters - Del Rin Ruben Mata f- Kiiit-kerluticker Judy Mathews - San .-Xngelfw Lesters Matthews lluuldliiisk Louise Matthews - San Angeln Tuny Mathews - Hullaln, NY Denise Matthiesen -- llmile Derrick Mathis Dow Mathis -- Deniutt Jeffrey Matthis - Arliitgtmt, YA Lela Mathis - San Angela Pegg Mathias Greg Mathus - Dininiitt Craig Matlock - Laniesa Mary Mauldin - El Past, Barbara Maxwell - Perrytim Cristi Maxwell 4 Early Rtiliert Maxwell - Perrytnn Gayla May A Rust-tie Jill May - Coleman Karnlyn May - Wall Bniinie Luu Mayer Lee Mayes Deliura Mayfield Steve Mayfield - San Angela Wendy Maypnle - San Antciiiiti Menet Mays - Kermit Donald Meadur - Hangs Harold Meadtir - San Angell, Stacy Meadur - Odessa Keith Meadnws - Austin Kevin Meadows - Austin Ricky Medellin f San Angeln Ray Medlin - Seagrayes Ruhert Meek - San Angelo James Meeker - Meadow Vista. 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Sanjay Mehta e Singapure Gilda Mejia - Memphis Purlirin Mejia - Memphis Steve Mejia - San Angelti Yolanda Melendez -- Sweetwater James Meler James Melott - Snyder Jnhn Melutt - Snyder Patil Mellini f Friuna Ernest Menehaca - Del Rin Ricardo Mencham -V Ilel Rin Jessie Mendez - Lat-nste Linda Mendoza - Ckvltiracln City Martina Mendnza -- Flirt Stnektuii VVade Menges - Hunt Laurie Mercer - Ctwluradu City 233 Rita Merchant Pam Merrill 1 Sonora Teresa Merritt 1 Odessa Ronnie Merriman 1 San Angelo Donna Mesa 1 San Angelo Edward Messbarger 1 San Angelo Carrath Metcalf 1 Robert Lee Mark Metzger 1 Stratford Darlene Michel 1 San Angelo Todd Michaels 1 Abilene Chris Michaels 1 San Angelo Chris Mickelson 1 San Angelo Sally Mickle 1 Weatherford Donna Middlekauf 1 San Angelo Lesa Middleton 1 Denver City Ronda Middleton Brad Mikeska 1 Wingate Brett Mikeska 1 Wingate David Mikulik 1 San Angelo Earl Milam 1 San Angelo Coy Miles 1 Ozona Juliet Miliziano 1 San Antonio Andrew Miller Caryl Miller 1 Brownwood Cynthia Miller 1 Lampasas Eric Miller 1 Farmers Branch James Miller 1 Pecos James Miller 1 Rochelle Louise Miller Miriam Miller 1 San Marcos Robert Miller 1 Tulia Rod Miller 1 Odessa Ronny Miller Scott Miller 1 Killeen Sharon Miller 1 San Angelo Joey 'Millican 1 Silver Mark Milligan 1 Denver City Carlos Mills 1 Dallas Catricia Mills 1 Universal City Daphne Mills 1 Odessa Janet Mills 1 San Angelo William Mills 1 San Angelo shi: ,C ,,V."A S Q : ts- ' .Al 4 kr V Y 4 'A+ 5- 'S l 1 ' 'A TQ T 'eat . f ' to N , J V ' F . 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B, L I , Q v A.. A . 1 Xrg- , A llihi i. i 'fsx i , ec- -v AAN 'Xl Y I 1 4 W, -1 , 1, '-fe A N 1'- A R- H algo A Q f . n if V , '-' 4 if 4' "-fi I- "3 r ' V, V .M . ,. - J- ir ' .- ,k:-'xgcf' I , . X 1 a , Q A X , x 4, , ' 5. pe .1 ,m,k - r,..- X. V cl. if X 7 e W ,,, .-'. , 'f ix as ,1 2 f .F Z, i i ri o at I x, J., 'Q fles- KN "1 X ' x r ' r . is V B ls X ,xg if x ,5- .4 3 EW N', Q . 3 X,--'x . fa-2. ' Cf: ,,. .- , A, . Christopher Moore Carrollton Connie Moore San Angelo Darrell Moore -- Matador Glenn Moore - San Angelo KaI'E'l'1 Nloort' ff Fort Stockton Kerri Moore - Lampasas Lisa Moore - Brady Marc Moore - Hopesville Marla Moore -- Ropesville Patti Moore - San Angelo Rebecca Moore 7- Richland Springs Scott Moore - litfingharn. Il, Sherri Moore -- Iiampasas Julie Moorman - San Angelo Juan Morales Leroy Morales - Roscoe Reginald Morales A San Anvelo Marcia Moran - Ozona Tommy Moran - San Angelo Tony Moran - San Angelo Veronica Moreno - Brownwood r- Elbert Morgan Trey Morgan - Crane Andrew Morin - San Angelo Meg Moring - Midland Amy Morris - Tulia Bradley Morris - Blanket Charlotte Morris - San Angelo Jill Morris - Hobbs. NM Kathy Morris - Austin Kim Morris - Brownwood Jetfrey Morris - Hereford Terry Morris Y Hereford Willie Bell Morris Louise Morriss - Rocksprings Earl Morrissey - Del Rio Henry Morrow Meredith Morrow - Bandera Gilbert Morse - San Angelo Michael Moss - San Antonio Beverly Moseley - Odessa David Mossell - San Angelo Jacqueline Mossier - Carlsbad. NM Carl Mosty - Ingram Jacques Mota - Del Rio Sharron Motes Cheryl Morrison - Lometa Kirk Mott - San Antonio Sharon Moutry - San Angelo Jeff Mounts - San Angelo Tom Moulton 1 San Angelo Michael Moya - San Angelo Mark Muegge - Brownwood David Mullins - San Angelo Rhonda Mullins 1 San Angelo Tawney Mullins - Abilene Tim Mulnix Mario Muncey - San Angelo Orlando Muniz - Big Spring Dora Munoz 4 San Angelo Danny Munoz - San Angelo Joe Munoz - San Angelo Margaret Munoz - Loraine Martha Munoz - Loraine Greg Munsell - San Angelo Johnny Murchison - Menard Rebecca Murchison - Ballinger Jody Murph - Uvalde Edwina Murphy - San Angelo Sally Murphy - San Angelo 235 Sean Murphy - San Angelo 'llhwnias Murphy - Gatesville Ruger Murray - Camden. NJ Lisa Musser - Cuahuina ,lily Myrirk f Delewn Linda Myrick - McL'ainey Stephanie McAdams - Loraine Kristi Muliee - Brady Mike McBride - Aliilene Walter McBruiun -- Haskell Kelly Mcfalie - Aliilene Michelle McCabe Melissa McCabe - Midland Patrick Mufadirey - Yuiiiigstmrii, OH -lullll Alffklll - Slllltlll lmri McCall Marty McCainnmn - Cnpperas Cove Glenda Mufandless - Stainfurd Delbert Mulfarg Kevin MuCarley - Ben Wheeler Gerry Gay lNlc'C'arsim William Mcllarsun - Talpa Cecilia McCarty - Purtland .lanies Mcfardy' flesse McCarty - Caldwell Randall McCarty - Austin Pam Mifaeland A Vvalde .lulie xlL'Cl8LlghBIl - San Angela: .luhn Mcfhesiiey - El Pasu 'lhni Mi-Clain - San Angelo Cvnthia Mcl"lny - Paiiitsville, KY Mark McClung - Ainarillu Sandy Muflung - Heel-cy Mc-Vliire Brant MeL'lure - Pamela McClure Mark Mcfanlies Hefky Mufiilluni Vicki Muffulluni San Angell, Bl'uWI1WUUCl - l,ittlel'ield - Stephenville San Angell, James Nlelhirieghy' - Duncanville Eddie ML-Cnrkle - San Angeln ilenrge Mufnrkle Jetlrey Mcffwrriiick Y Iiuckney Fheryl Klufuy - Cnalinma Ray Nlvfhy' - Dallas David Mcfraw - Abilene Eva Lee McC'ullneh - Millersview Man' Mi-Viillwugh - Yvalde Edward Mr-Vune - Abernathy Susa Mcf'uteheun - Fort Wayne Sharun Mclwutchin -- Lubbock Harry Mclbaniel - Suitland, MD Danny Mcllaniel - Pwanquete ... 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Sandra McDonald -- Vuleman ' 7 I - X f' V W X I lr N f 'i Steve MrIJiinald v Wink QQ 1 ' ff l A ' W 'P 5 A ' T 1 1 'A 1 eil M 3 -X5 :Sw Terry Mclbimald A - Abilene , ' X W all - fr , 4 i Y 4 " Q: in -Q14 Melissa Mcllmvell - Asiermunl ,J , . 1 .ge ,g ' we we , " .w.:, - .g . 1 ji. 1 :S ' , I X 5, 4- - -, 1 . rlerry Mcljmvell - Old Glory' ll W li vi E H ll -L i -xii J' S "" ' 1, in ""' ' ,X ,.,. ju' Varul Maliarhern - San Angelo 3,1 f v , X , Wf - 'ig ' QQ' If e" K Misty Mc'ElrriY Y Furl Davie. r - "fl !, 'N - w iw 1 lv -F'E'.! , X' jx Marvin McFadin - Ahilene U Y Lf N 'ff qv. , - 236 Aa :Ap Val Johnson's love for dancing shines during every performance. tMike Howell Photol Angelette dances, strives toward goals "I feel the music: it comes from in- side," said Angelette dancer andjour- nalism major Valsine Johnson. Val, an ASU junior, is an achiever. She is striving to someday reach the heights of success like dancer Debbie Allen of the movie 'fFarne"and be an- other "one in a million" success story. She became interested in dancing as a child, but did not get to take for- mal lessons until after she graduated from high school. Her love and talent for dancing were discovered with her ' '-NRQ-Li:-' F participation on the drill team at her high school in Austin. This year she served as student di- rector for the Angelettes, an ASU dance group. This job included di- recting practices inthe absence ofco- ordinator Ann Akins and choreo- graphing dances for the group. Other future hopes of Val's include a career in broadcasting, a dance de- gree frorn the University of Texas and opening a dance studio. 1 Lisa Musser 'f"fe" to -. . 1 "" " . ,A V ' N X .1 ' X X 1552? 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FL Jeanne Nutt - Dallas Cindy Oates - San Angelo Donna Oates - Kerville Mark Oates - Lamesa Stephanie Oates - Loop Michael O'Briant - Arlington Sean O'Bryant - Odessa Dale Ochs - San Antonio Greg Ochs - Midland Steven Ocker - San Angelo Alison O'Connor - San Antonio Patrick O'Connor - New Hampton IA Yousuf Odeh Michael Odell i Bedford Steven Odom Kathleen O'Dwyer - Copperas Cove Andrew Oehler - Boerne Richard Ogan - San Angelo Paul O'Halloran Mary Lisa O'Harrow - Christoval Jeff Ohman 4 Escanaba. MI Ola Oladutemu - Lubbock Olaleye Olawoye Daniel Olesen - Tacoma, WA Dana Olin - San Angelo David Olness - San Angelo Lisa Oliva - San Angelo Douglas Oliver - San Angelo Jarrett Oliver - San Saba Marcie Oliver - San Angelo Shawn Oliver - San Saba Kevin Olson - Boerne 239 la ., e.,.Q -' ,rg A QQ - , ',:,. Q Taninijv Olson - San Antonio , Q Q QQ C r, -1 Bridget OMoragbon - San Angelo 5' ' ' 58.-e, 1 ' QQ Q Colleen O'Neal - San Angelo ls Q 1. ' i 'fri fi Q.. tk KP' Henry Omoragbon - Benin City. 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I ' Q:gQ'i," 'g ft f 5 ' It t his Q . : Jeffrey Quinn - San Antonio Q x 'Y ' - fiifl.-N't'g l e I , 1 ' ' 5,51 , EVE F--i - '4 , -t Debra Quintela - Snyder N i A xi--2: ' f 1-. - - :E ,,. t . 1 7,1 :Q rp- ' 51 Y 4 '59 R 3 is 72 3 N, R 11 3: Q., t N, Sr 35. -V . I ls- J . . ff 'v u Roger Quinsenberry - Odessa ' ZS 5 EN: LT? ' 5 '- A' ,. X 4 P W 3, 1 Tricia Racher - Hondo, NM :J-113,11 'cg i , '-' "" QD - . Ntyk , ,,, J , 2 James Rackley - Plainview lx - fix' --ii?" t " X' ' tt 'S if ' me ' Xi f ' Carrie Rae - Coleman . xX X A 7 'T x . is f V ,,,,.t,,i.mzg g , lxxf 1 ' Rebecca Rae - Coleman ,es , -. flffi' ' 1.if5sl4'. i f 1 "1 , ,. -4 x..W:..E3SS. . fi?-XJ Charles Ragan W Big Spring 5 N' , R ' " ' A ' ' V r ,s,1Q'. , --Qi ff' ' A Rebecca Ragsdale - Eldorado In L G . A A ' I' z - .3 ff: il' gf- -I Fl in I ,A :Bi k ,. 7: Kim Raines - Big Spring W i-3'-4 4 5 3 -i -59 ,wil ii-1 ""i.-itll.-Q-'Q' ', Lge Robin Raines A Seminole -. 1, A gii R X, "' ,J 1, . iq ' Jeffrey Rainey - Floydada . V ' ' l' l' " ' Q J PT Terence Racher - Hondo NM i i ,at it t A f 'A 4 l N A' s A and K 'i .A , , .ilk Y f X . Ci X LQ A 5.5 gme aimrez - ermi xy . -, , L 4. its v. ,. : i' J. N X it . .l ' f " ' " ' ""' "' "" "'Y"'T""' ' ' - "W 74,521-C H' 7 . . . it .- . ig X , QB?" W 'Lire' Cristina Ramirez - Snyder 'f'- , 5-:gl fm M 1 t Danny Ramirez - San Angelo we 2 2. I -"in" in U l ,gr f - A 1- fig: ,Q - L9 'V David Ramirez - San Angelo A - ,Qi ' -'Q igggy vc.-v R553 ' 1 me f , A , ,..t REX' jg- .QNX -N f 1 C' rl A., Jesus Ramirez - Eagle Pass - X e i .vw 1 - ' -- ' -. yr t i . L 5 " -'Y ' A if Qi Y g Q h -Q ' - -rd. 'if Kathleen Ramirez - Snyder i '1 " 'Q' I R, . .Nadu N- , . ' N' S Q A 5 -3 " 3 Maria Ramirez - San Angelo ' ,.:QQ'fi New- , f' ' l ff , Mark Ramirez A San Angelo W - J ' l i t at 243 X -X - iv' -1, Melissa Ramos - Mason R 4 ,. :XR ' '- A 'f , 'E X F Teresa Ramos - Odessa iff 4 ix T' N -1 Kaen Ramsey - Early W Q' 2, If A , 'V 2, A A X Y Q Kimberly Randolph - San Angelo 'l U 5 - 4 v , I l W -1' . LL Tray Rankin - Carrizo Springs ' s V 'TT -T X ' 'R X 'Q' 11" Melanie Rankin - Allen l R at 'if ii t-1 V' 'Al E James Rannefeld - Eden X 7 'ax' 1: '- ff ff q ' tl kxxee ,A D- , .ta :L-Pilvfi , i ' A A -- , -H. se was ",' ' . . ' . ""' fsfvfi- - 'ff George Raptis - San Angelo A ,ty R vi: 5 t Q' A J in 5544",'? ' 5 Sherri Rasberry - Abilene li? ,1 J b T" ' ..ii' 'ft ni Karen Rasco - Robert Lee 4, 1' ,ii F ' A M K si! r '2 2 1. no 1- V 'lf Effr t K' " Leticia Rascon v Ft. Stockton T, Zfd Q- , kt - , 'P "' ' ' I1 ,Q - I -, if-rg' Kris Ratekin - San Angelo it - W V' .. , R " ev , il 'iv -'.' '." My g ii 5 ' T l Kipp Rathmell - San Angelo ' - si" i i " 1 ' : N f -'QM tfilif' Connie Ratlift' - Brownwood I ' Q' 1 Q Q R ' A L . A . , ' , 1 Music gives Racher flanguage of emotion', 'an art of expression' Describing it as a "language of emotion," and "an art of expression," Dan Racher finds an escape and a form of communication in music. Combining his composition "Tracy's Song" with Lionel Richie's "Truly," Dan placed first in the UCPC Talent Show. Besides writing music, he enjoys acting and singing. "l've always had aspirations of being known," Dan said. "Becoming acquainted with as many facets of music as possible is important." Growing up in a musical environ- ment gets partial credit for his musi- cal success, but more important to it is his faith. He has based his life and talents on Christian principles. "My faith in God has given me a good idea of what life is all about," Dan said. Using this foundation and "God given" talents, he looks forward to a professional career in music. - Raymond Stubblefield Dan Racher performs "Tracy's Song," his own composition and winning entry in the UCPC Talent Show held in September. tArt Hanson PhotofASU News Sz Information? ' t-. ' V 2. -11 T 'T -' 'M H R TA fn EQH'--V-' "M W' Tonya Ratliff - Abilene - :fb - . 'ffligy X in 'X ' Randy Rawls e Levelland .iq . 1 12? ,A gffftg A L Stephanie Rawls - San Angelo X ' Qs .- Q V?" 1 x I FS if wr ' fa Q- is ca. F Lx Terri Rawls - Georgetown Q K 'Y' 49 ' N -r Vx.. -1 'V ' , l vu . '- LQ SQQN av, A g B Mark Ray - San Angelo Il ,, 1 I N! ' 4. 'r' ' V 3-' ' Q it X S Russell Raye - Pecos Tk Pa? ' 'I ASP X l F , - ,"' th fa Catharine Reagan - Knippa , -' i , g' 1 '4 1 1 If ' 5 . - 4 G ,.r T H 1-.- qv- ,S K' -. fa h Y :5, .A,.- . 35 1- W Dean Reber - Sterling City I " R' ' ' if 'jk - Y T 5 x p 3 ' N K - in Leslie Reed - Midland L. 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NM Doug Rowe 1 Monahans Heathre Rowe 1 San Antonio Melissa Rowe 1 Lubbock Steve Rowe 1 San Angelo Roxy Douglas 1 Andrews Barbara Royal 1 San Angelo Christopher Ruby 1 Killeen Jeanne Rucker 1 Dublin Joseph Rucker 1 Temple Wiley Rudasill 1 Rocksprings Brent Ruddell 1 San Angelo Mike Ruff 1 Floydada Terri Ruff 1 Menard Cheryl Rumble Christopher Rup Robby Rupard 1 Big Spring Dale Rush 1 Paducah Dereak Rushing 1 San Angelo Joe Rusinig 1 San Angelo Joan Russell 1 Ft Davis Michelle Rust Chad Ruth 1 San Angelo Brent Rutherford 1 Brownwood Brent Rutledge 1 La Pryor M. 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' I ,sq Gp 0 X "" " wx W 'ffl Dianne Schmitz - Copperas Cove I, l 1 'ji' ' H '4 i ' f V lf- " Louise Schnase - Del Rio 'xv' X" 'f' J 1 'AN fy . P x i 4 Cd' Michelle Schneider - Iraan N 7- ' 59' 3 -Q X 1 - . i .' t . -.15kei.'M ta I 1-.4 C ' 7 W v i- 'I fi-7 ' 1427, Laid back Bryan . . I, Jin I f I Q' ' Q happy with himself tr J H :nn-1 H-'ffl f""1 ' When you reach your goals and .. l are doing what you want, then you're S I U, successful," said Joel Bryan. L Describing himself as "carefree," .4 laid back," and "typical," Joel takes I . . . A -.M 1 4 pride in being well-rounded and hap- X--X' - fi' py with himself. He enjoys basket- ball fishing, cards, ping-pong, and good humor. Being a physics major means a little more studying, but to Joel it is important to be doing what he wants. In setting goals, make sure it's something you want to do and that you enjoy," he said. Ioel's goals include finishing school, getting a job he enjoys, get- ting married, and having children. 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CO Rene Segoviano 1 San Angelo Constancia Segura - San Angelo Raymond Selby 1 Austin Carla Seldon - Abilene Sabrina Sellman Y Cherokee Wende Strickland - Crestview, FL Steve Serna - S an Angelo Jody Ray Sessom - Midland Kevin Settle 1 San Angelo Fernando Sevier e San Angelo Lori Sewell - Fort Davis Kim Sexton - Big Lake Timothy Seymore - El Paso Stan Shaft - Yu Renita Shafer - Ruby Shafer ba City, CA Del Rio 249 Vallex Helaine Shaw 1 Seminole Virginia Shafer 1 San Angelo Jake Shanklin 1 Rocksprings Savell Shannon 1 Sonora John Sharp 1 Kerrville Sharie Shaw 1 Big Spring James Shearer 1 San Angelo Jenifer Sheen 1 San Angelo Timothy Sheehon Brett Sheffy 1 Dimmitt Angela Shehan 1 Canyon Angie Shelton 1 Fort Worth Beverly Shelton 1 Albany Cynthia Shelton 1 San Antonio Judith Shelton 1 San Antonio Lawra Shelton 1 Midland Linda Shelton 1 San Angelo Suzanne Shelton 1 White Settlement Roderick Shephard 1 Seminole Sherill Shepard 1 San Angelo Helen Shepperd 1 San Angelo Albert Sherman 1 Haskell Julie Shern Stacey Shewmake 1 Clyde Tracey Shewmake 1 Clyde David Shields 1 Brady Stuart Shiller 1 San Angelo Robert Shivers 1 San Antonio Klyomi Shintani 1 Odessa Vicki Shipley 1 Hamlin Robin Shipman 1 San Angelo Renee Shorter 1 Pecos Sandra Shorter 1 Pecos Andrew Shores 1 Kerrville Kyle Short 1 Snyder Pamela Short 1 San Angelo Texas Shorts 1 Houston Mark Shriver 1 Gatesville Keri Shults 1 Brownfield Mary Snne Shurley 1 Sonora Michael Shurley 1 Marfa Yvonne Sicina 1 San Angelo Robert Siede 1 Rochester Alicia Sikes Vince Sikes 1 San Angelo Francisco Silva 1 San Angelo Joao Silva 1 San Angelo Colleen Silven 1 Dallas Nancy Simcik 1 San Angelo A - n 5-1 .L . 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'-lt ' X -T Q, , , -J' Deborah Stokely - Ozona 'V ' 'f 'il Av -V sol ', - . l . Q 'E' M k St k l - R' 'k ll f , t all ali . Q Q t Q X ar 0 ey Wa Q A A Q - A ' N ' ,Q W Deborah Stokes - San Angelo l',"-'gr' Q f ' 1 3. 'Fr :-sl 'f . t,. to , ' Q F 'Q ' A -- Ricky Stokes - Fort Stockton Q 3 5, ii Q C . 41- I ' F' 2 C 'ZF' .Q Q -fs We Ng 2 Benny Stone - Andrews 4 5' .4 ., -1 1 :A Q -Q ? -1, 1 Q: , 5 5 Eelogei gone - Zan Angelo J? . .1 K - A Qs Q- Q V Y 'WY' , . QQ Q X - gc Q' N, , x Q., Q t g QD 6 W 0116 - i9ylTl0L1l' i ts 5' Q xx' Qgk ,Q Q- X ' W-" fl" l 'X I ,Q l -i ' l .eff " Michael Stone - San Angelo X .Q-gf' v ,xy f" ' . x Qo , Sandra Stone f Midland . , - , x- , S . 4 t 1 , . ,f ' ' il il 21:--' Q 5- Qjfl' X Y D Thomas Stone - San Angelo l S 'f ' ',, , U L 5 Laina Stooksberry aa- Q' 4 9 Q. -a Q at - ' or A M GQUSIOU1 - San Angell' ' I Q - 1 f B .Qi ,JIM N A Q Q gg ' 5. Q Bun SlOV8ll a Midland -. . 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OK Lili Ann Talamantez - Pecos Jackie Talley - Coleman Bruce Tankersley - Midland Jeff Tankersley - Ralls Jason Tanner - San Angelo Maribel Tarango - Pecos Barbara Tarrant - Douglass Felicia Tartard - San Angelo Tracy Tarter - Colorado City Lynn Tarver W Willis Karl Tatsch - Llano Aaron Tatum - Corpus Christi Marc Tawil - Helotes Andrew Taylor - San Angelo Babette Taylor - Doole Carolyn Taylor - Sweetwater Cliff Taylor - San Antonio Debbie Taylor - San Angelo Donna Taylor - Anthony Genni Taylor - Bronte James Taylor - Waco -Janice Taylor - Hurst Jennifer Taylor - San Angelo Karl Taylor - Ravenna Kenneth Taylor - Muleshoe Lynn Taylor - Burnet Michael Taylor - San Angelo Rex Taylor - Del Rio Ronald Taylor - Benbrook 254 .cn Av 4 ,I ,V fig, , ,- -x, X gf 'P - iff' :Vxirfi .VI Q . .L V if- :T Q: - V -V- ak"- ig J I rg . Q13 Vf ff .- ,A VI ' Ex l' II , Q.. , A, v ': ' 1 - ' tigj, . V,- -- V, K V - X 'J Va V V VV . .LV Y' ' . , - 'C -P . I ,Q .1 ,Q I. 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NNI Tana Taylor -- San Angelo Horng Te f San Angelo Vincent Teauhout --- Vista, CA Rodger Teafl' --- Abilene Kathryn Teague - Sweetwater . Toni Teague -- Blanket . Roxann Tearnan -- San Angelo Mark Tedder -- Fort Worth . Cynthia Tedford - Ft, Stockton Delinda Teel - Sweetwater I " 'FQ 1, Qin" N' ' rr. ' fffifei ' if ,. ,-Q ,M l .Q Y: .5 V. . X' ' 1 A - '11, , . ., - J i. " 5 7' -itll ,', 1 l . -io V' li . jx: , i li Floyd Telschow - Houston , ' . 'SQ' Levis. .. -N ' X 1 . ' 3 Q . f-533, if Q g if rl- SY 3- iq John Templeton -- Llano - if A . ,. Q ' -- K 1 Q74 Terry Tennell - Big Lake 'Q i " " ,- - - , Q Q. in E f, . L f' 0 Orlando Tercerop 4 Big Spring . - r '-Q - -. f--: A . . . . . I v - --Q " N - X ,Qs 3 1 . 4--3 3:-5 j f '- K Christi Terrell - Spur Y , gi X 'X ' ,V :e gg ' f ix: P - Cllint Terrell - Abilene ' 9-.R , " Q ,ff 'W 'Z hay Terrell - Georgetown X li Q! . lx l V 6 N Q 'N -. J I Paula Terry - Roby Q" fix fy " Q , ' it St ' f 4 Q.,-A ,P " , -w,5:i,4gI - 1 llffig Matt Teston - Zephyr Q ff if ' ""' " 53:6 Q ' ., ' , A. A 1. ' Q - GBT ' Q , 5 Q ' ' it Doug Thacker - San Antonio .Q "' z "Y F- Q i i 'Q ' ' 'QW' 4- 1 " L I 'o l fi " Joseph Thane - San Angelo ' . - N Q' i ff ,Q if- ' 7952 l, .1 ,ju . -N E- H t -J fi 45" ' - David Theriot - San Angelo E if " .iff ' ., fji- Q, 1 . , N' 1,135 't P Kimberly Theriot - San Angelo 'Y-V' ' ,A l I X S L . ' w '5 tl if ' t Tully Theriot - San Angelo ,. 5 ff1Q.QQ I I Arlieta Thomas - Hamlin 4 r'A' f sys z , e, 1 , ss- - fvwf.-gr t- - ... 1,-, Q . , . get ' T " -f vu ' 'Tw ji Wi? gg, fi., U in --: ,ai 'W-. Connie Thomas - San Antonio fi" ' '-3 ,13 " ' 1 59" . Q3 j 'x'l'Wf'- ,g if 'il V 'sg Lucy Thomas M 5' if :fr r " fl ijiiflf 1"'ilQ, 'S " lf,ffiE5i ' ,Q f Ronnie Thomas f Kermit 4 5 2 t Q-gg L 'E Qliiirlg . Li. ' 5-Q Todd Thomas A san Saba 51 . . ' Q ' K , .Q i mf- . i 1 Wayland Thnm-as ' Kefmif " "5 ' 'fi V. ffl " Q " " 'li i ' - ' Billy Thompson - Big Spring Ng "' ' Dwayne Thompson - San Angelo x ll A l T Photographer learns cost of perfection tl Tricia Miller doesn't mind lying down to get Photographer and journalism ma- jor Tricia Miller learned a valuable lesson this year - perfection is im- possible. During the fall semester of 1984, Tricia served as photo editor for the ASU student publication, The Ram Page. This position required a lot of time. Because of this, she found she couldn't make this commitment for v :'Q A 43,3 A' 1 t L. .Y N . Q17 .- . .T ib yvygxih F . . U-S421-5 V F' .. sif t 4 i " -f ' " ggafftftis., .- i ----- a good picture. lMike Howell Photo! the spring semester. "Somewhere in the last three months I lost about five hours," the energetic sophomore said after re- signing her position. She said the job left her little time for studying as she spent hours in the dark room. "Theres always one picture I feel could be better," the five-foot photog- rapher said. Tricia said that through the job she improved her photography, learned to communicate better, and became more self-sufficient. She intends to one day be a photog- rapher in the magazine field. "I love journalism - the photogra- phy and the excitement," she said. -Lisa Musser 255 AFROTC cadet meets Air Force chief of staff 1' ROTC Cadet Col. Ravmond Roessler meets Gen. Charles Gabriel. Air Force Chief of Staff, at Washington D.C. in September 1984. Jeff Thompson 1 San Angelo John Thompson - San Angelo Kim Thompson - Abilene Kurt Thompson - San Angelo Leslie Thompson - Littleton, CO Rickey Thompson - Abilene Shelia Thompson - Tulia Tracy Thompson 1 Sonora Terri Thomson - San Angelo Tonya Thomson - Sonora Chris Thornton - Menard Kelly Thornton V Iraan Robby Thornton - San Angelo David Thorpe - Amarillo Selin Thorsgard - Thornton. CO Bill Thrash - Plains Christi Thurman - McCamey Tami Thurmond - Lamesa Deborah Tidrow - Breckenridge -James Ticlwell - Bronte Lori Timmons - Irving Roger Tinder - Hempstead Kay Tinkler - San Angelo Michael Tinkler - Ballinger Mike Tischler - Crane Lorie Tjaden - San Angelo Craig Tobin - San Angelo Bobby Todd - Georgetown, IN Troy Todd -- Odessa Cindy Tolbert - San Angelo Charlesa Tom - Stanton Raegan Tom - Stanton Sharynn Tomlin - San Angelo Tina Toney - Sagerton Ernest Torres - Eola 256 Q t . ' fs 'S -X ., Q ff rr A Q 1 Q J f 1 .vf W fy ,, Q . 4 ,N VT my ' FY ' r T N x 3, v + . Y l R-.wb I "" wx Tl" X 4 P ,A 1 NX l bi 92 1 Y , , 1 wt 4 - , . - .. -H .. . H 1 ,,. . . ' , ' - 1 ' 5 . . - -. 51- If L J f - its-' I, f. Vt x '11 7X , kfff? , 4. 5397! ' ex X 'Y' s H to . . gc N lf l ts t xksfsi 5" 30, -' W 1 X N, it U ig "P NK N , W '.... .A N 'r'sS'Qgi-F3 x x , 0' X X Aga- X-xfl ' . .md i 3 In his first two years in the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Cadet Col. Raymond Roessler, a junior from Belton, has achieved what few officers do in their entire careers - meeting Gen. Charles Ga- briel, Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force. Raymond received that honor as Commander of Area XV of the Ar- nold Air Society during its Septem- ber Executive Board of Directors meeting in Washington D.C. ASU is the 1984-85 Headquarters for Area XV, which includes AFROTC de- tachments in other Texas universi- ties. Raymond earned his command by virtue of his hard work, exemplified in more than 17 awards and honors. These awards include the Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Carr Award to the top GMC cadet in the corps and the Christopher D. Nichols award for be- ing the outstanding sophomore cadet in the nation. - Gary Dulude , g , h Y ,.- Y ,,- A g 1. A45-g 1 . H X '. s 1 J, .' .-- ' -Q , 1:...N . . . X " ' 0 X Q X Q' X , Xt X i X, K ti t wi N t :e I ' ty, . 4.1. - -.- g -N-'ES 9' Xx ,E N x ,au i S x x xx I4 ta I .Et -! :Ai i.:-.- ' K ' V, . ,- - 1 I A TA- Gg U.. . 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From these, Kenny was chosen out of 90 to work at a center at the Olympic Games. The center provided services such as emergency housing, food shelters, tours of star's homes, and hosting the track and field athletes during the Kenny Jones performs his mime that won 3rd place in the UCPC Talent Show. Pantomim- ing is a talent Kenny used at the 1984 Olym- pics. tArt Hanson Photo!ASU News Sz Infor- mationl American trials. People from 58 countries and 48 states received ser- vices from the center. As the mis- sionaries came into Contact with these people, they told them about Christ, and 142 people accepted Jesus as their Savior. The Olympic missionary group performed for three hours on Sun- days in area churches and for eight hours a day the rest of the week in a mini-Coliseum which Kenny de- signed. This group, which consisted of four men, three women, and leader sang at the Olympic Village for two weeks, appeared on television four times, and were featured in six maga- zines and several newspaper articles. Besides his accomplishments at the Olympics, Kenny is active in dra- ma at ASU, directs drama at the BSU, and won third place in the Uni- versity Center Program Council Tal- ent Show. He also enjoys church, golf, raquethall, diving, and hackeysac. Kenny said he accomplished more than he expected to at the Olympics. but there remains more to achieve. He said he wanted to leave people with the impression "that I was a man of God. and that I was a person who showed other people the same love that Jesus had shown me." When asked if he had any plans to continue in missions, Kenny said. t'Wherever l'm at is a missioinf' - Sherry Burson 1. 1 Q . .. . lisli l vt Lea Ann Wright - San Diego. CA . 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' ., 1 ,,.Q,:.- 4 'A gf- Q , '. , , , QQ, ms- 3 J ng- 3 525- hay Yawn Y Fort Stockton P3 f ' 'K Y' ' aff' Cvnthia Yharra - San Angelo ,. - .- 1.1 Q ' jQ , ' 4? 's ' ' QV ' v . Q 3' "' 'Y , .192 ffg-Q5 9' ,Sf ,Q K.-3, . jg, i Danny Yeager 4 Met amey D Q it ' ' 'f' A Q, ' L " ' ' r' 5 ' Doug Yeager - lY'lt-Carney v mg V , ' x rg 'glfj' " serv, , A Ricky Yeager - San Angelo f t 'L ' A i 1 Joe Yell -lr, i - t .. ,. -4 wt , r f A , v , 515' ' A Q 1 Elizabeth Yerena - Del Rio s ,. .- - gre 'gc N '- ' N X , , . LQ? 'Ig Q Q ' egg" , -' X .g Timothy Yoas - han Angelo .Q .-, A as i. l fl , .-' -' ' Q1 A Carrie York - Breckenridge Q, 2 , ' X l' ' G, .5 r rf- -' x ' in mt. :argl I: .QI 1 Kim Yvorli - San Angelo , QQ,-Qx ff Xa L, if N' ' 'gg -If JT Q, 'W' if Debbie Young 4 han Angelo 9' ' V ' ax 4, Q ,Syst : g V ' ., J , i Dennis Young 1 Ozona - a liz "N lli l Q A ' - "xi Q , Nora Young - San Angelo " ' 'fi Q. Y Lu 'f . E . 5'ms'Y 7 FSQEQD-' Q Dwight Young -- San Angelo , n . Q ' Cf 'I A ' kg- , James Young - Dallas A N Eff? I9f""i l" " lff"'L ' Joel Young - Hamlin . S, .1 2 gf- "R e. ' lk 6' ' K .V . Lisa Young V Ki-3, 'L gg f . P ll X 'gm 4 ' 4 - XI, ' Lucia Young - San Angelo V lg .35 4, . ' .J Q 1' ' -' Mike Young - Baird up Yi' Am' 1' 6 ' l l, 1 Patty Young - San Angelo 1 -X Y-fx, -rt l .L is i 1 Y 963 i.. . I N223 N, E ggs- Y, Newspaper intern V if A KN . .f Z t Q A g encounters emotion, 1 Q ,y is m , . Q O vc "Ss L gathers experience 3 3 er' Don Robinson listened to the upset girl, himselfstill haunted by the dead, mutilated 11-year-old gir1's body he had almost tripped over. Don, an ASU government major, experienced this emotional moment as he worked as an intern reporter for the San Angelo Standard-Times newspaper. The young reporter got this story about a tragic pedestrian-car acci- dent on Oct. 12, 1984 and achieved state-wide readership for it after it was picked up by The Associated Press. All of the stories he covers are not this emotional, but Don says he in- tends to apply the experience he has gained in dealing with people toward a positive political career. His ulti- mate goal is to be Governor of Texas. Don has received many awards for his endeavors including being named as one of the Most Outstanding W l .,, .-.-fra .id -L r f I Don Robinson takes notes during an interview with San Angelo Central Fire Station Chief Gene Kilgore. tMike Howell Photol . Q .-as f i yi Young Men in America. ft " i ' 5 if 'Fi-3? i sf.. Z.: Y " C ,.-Lg' . i1..5. Q ' 1 Llsa Musser David Ivey - Coyanosa uh T 5- f :K 'li-eff A Rhonda Young Y Midland ' T.. T i--,fs V V' 5' "ggi-Q: .- Ii , A ' F 9 5 ,, 4 Renee Young - Lometa . 1 . X 4253 M f "fi" L P Robert Young "1-"l YI" P .. HN K 0, -N .4 -4 l if R . Nxxr ' U b 4 '.irx" ' -,ly 1 ft . . i . .2 A -Y wh o 1 Shawn Young A Odessa F N SET-TT:-T' N is '- Z i Todd Young - San Angelo 7 i Q13 ' R Vx . 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V r .f'N i 7+ if 3.-5'I -- --4 ' Gina Zimmerman - New Braunfels - A ',f HW i , a, - N A' 'iv' Julie Zipper - Wetumka, OK I ' ,L x I , 3 f 2, 3' gg x Eddie Zly - Ballinger an an A LI Nay " 1- g il, -5 6 3 K I g -, -I , V Laura Zuehlke - San Angelo 9- A " 'f ' . 1 .,,,-:jf GLN fi -ra 3 1 N I 5 "3 3' S 'i' Stella Zuniga - Del Rio g R , A' 1. , ? fir f' E, if Christine Zych - Randolph AFB ' F' EQ 1 It 1 V V ' -', - x v Kelli Zygner - Katy ' X wrt -1 5 ' ' I' Q .. 'tsl . G3 I ... 1 l x' X 264 Finale lt's been said a million times be- fore: Alas. another year must come to an end. Spring warms the air and the campus grows greener. After spring break. the semester seems to move by faster and spring activities speed up. The sun and tan bodies become the primary concern, second only to the eventual reality of finals week and graduation. Libby Carver plays the part of Molly in "Steakhouse" Quiet as the falling January snow. the LT' functions as the social center for ASK. 1Art Hanson Photos!ASU News 62 Informatiom 265 Personal growth seen at year's end The accomplishments made in 1984-85 at ASU will long be remem- bered. Achievement has a timeless quality. A school year, however, races by at time's urging, and can never be recap- tured in anything but the memory. It seems you've just moved into the dorm and registered for classes when you start studying for finals and be- gin packing the car to go home for the summer. Somewhere, wedged in between those nine months is part of an edu- cation. But that education is so much more than lectures, books and tests. lt's all-night movies in the dorm, standing in line at the bookstore and lazy Saturday afternoons at the lake. It's leaving school a better person than you were when you came. That's achievement. - Gary Dulude Spring brings bright sunny days, inevitable finals and approaching summer. Terri and Mark Johnson of Monahans enjoy the afternoon outside the Massie dorms. 266 finale FY 1-1. . me 1-3: elEfff!zJ-w":'lit if "'f5'm'si 'iii ' ' -' wi- , sgffsl- 'ev f f22irwrScar4i,.1-' ,gr-1.,1gf-2. "' - -sf' A-R.:-:sf ,Q -N .fe '. . ,- -- ' -f-f-fri..-4 . - 44 1 xg . .. '-- ., . - Jw - f-A ' .. - - - V. 7 rv----f ...L...-..1lJ',uhJ'4 A I I l . 1-W 5 .,t...y. .. g , . .X ' H Barbara Dempsey. Mary Lou Hardy and Kris Ballard stop between classes tu visit outside the journalism department. - ' " iii., ' Ti 3' xi j , 'S XF Q, . X," 1 Warm spring Weather allowed Dr. Norman t , 'xx4'.4,Q gf w -Sa ' ,, vi' -4, x X t Lf! 1 x. Stroh to take his Children? Literature Class 1 . lg f .Sw v- , " ,- ' K ' N t S, outside for instruction. tArt Hanson Philm- LY.: , " -'. 4.1 -' . 3 If -. - A '. I l - . . ' SXASU News Sz Informationl S, . .,, ff? In - ,vwa-.vffmvssvn 'git'-giXWN,,.L:p3Rxxjfk'3g53yS M . ki V: rfsujii. "3vLt.g:"g'f- 5,5 vi , Minh, si like I 1 Q l, , lib' fm .mr V is V .ffl W I " get M ' X L, 267 Grads shine with spirit of achievement The gymnasium was packed - perhaps even more so than at any basketball game. Hundreds of flash- bulbs winked in the stands as the dark-robed figures filed in. The for- mal strains of "Pomp and Circum- stance" filled the air. Graduation night at ASU - May 10, 1985. In the largest graduating class in ASU history, 427 students received degrees in arts, music education. business administration, science and nursing. Addressing the graduates was Katherine Lowry, member of the Texas State University System Board of Regents. Lowry said the graduates must take what they have achieved in the past and apply it to their future. "The lessons you've learned in your courses here will be helpful in life. but the essentials of living is also thinking, caring and expressing your- selves," she said. After Lowry's speech, the long list of names were read as ASU President Dr. Lloyd D. Vincent conferred de- grees to each graduate. Education and achievement were recognized as one. - Gary Dulude President Lloyd D. Vincent confers the degree of San Angelo journalism major Alex Draughon. Graduate students file out with degrees in hand. tDavid Lozano Photos! 268 commencement -aj' f .4 .QA 1.,'x , ,ix Y K .I . xx Lx NA X Pi 1 , u A-1 vi 54 1 Sv li U . XXXIQSAXK i se K X 'O I .1 P is li Eff: .?ff.ZfI 'VT if-I 9 fiQff:Q2E ,, '2JEf?i? 35? " ,. ff -v-. qswr.. The graduating class of 1985 tile out after re- ceiving their degrees. fArt Hanson Pho- to!ASU News Sz Informationl Dolly Dodds shares her achievement with her mother before graduation exercises. fDavid Lozano Photo! Regent Katherine Lowry of Austin told gradu- ates to apply their educations to their futures. 1Mike Howell Photo! o A ralos.. Ernest 194 ibey, Melissa 159, 194 Jbott, Amy 194 Jbott. Kenya 19-1 llbott, Suzanne S-1. 159, 194 bee, Gary 194 bel, Kimberly 194 belar. Michael 194 bell. Calhenne 194 ,bemalhie, Donna thu. Baker 19-1 ihundez, Paul 19-1 icevedo. David 19-1 icevedo, Gary 194 Xcl-zer, Kevin 1911 Kensta. Alice 194 Kcosta. Cristina 19-1 -Xcosta, Patty 96. 194 Acoste, Salvador 125. 127. 19-1 Acosta. Teresa Adams. Chnstina 194 Adams. Gay 194 Adams. Kelli SS. 194 Adams. Terry 19-1 Adcock. Joe 194 Adkins, Allen 19-1 Adkins, Dawn 194 Aileck. Patricia Aguilar. Bemabe 19-1 Aguilar. Fausuno 19-1 Aguilar. Maria Aguilera. Alejando 194 Aguirre, Cruz 194 Aguirre, Emest Aguirre. Trinidad 194 Ahrens. Conway Akins, Christian 194 Alaniz, Alberto 19-l Alba. Miguel 194 Albert, Kami 19-1 Albracht. Liz 1-40. 194 Albright, James -10, 123. 163. Albright, Ronald 194 Alcala. John 15 Aldridge. Carrie 194 Alexander, Brenda 142, 19-1 Alexander. Dina 194 Alexander, Tina 194 Alfaro. Ricky 194 Alford, Danny 194 Alford. Howard 194 Al-lialihem, Hakim 194 Al-koni, Saetd 194 Allen, Angela 19-1 Allen. Billy Allen. Burdette 194 Baccus. Paula 197 Allen, Doyle 194 A1len. Elisabeth 194 Allen, Gerald 194 Allen. James 194 Allen. Kara 19-1 Allen, Kelly 19-1 Allen. Lisa 194 Allen. Margaret 147 Allen. Rita 19-1 Allen. Robert 194 Allen, Thomas 153, 19-1 Allen. Virginia 19-1 Alley. Belinda 194 Allison. Leslie 19-1 Almengor, Alicia 194 Al. Naser Alsbroolts. Henry 19-1 Alston, Wynn 195 Althof. Gregory 195 Althot. Helen 195 Alvarez. Juan 195 Alvarez. Roland 1113, 195 Alves. Vickie Alvey, Laura 131. 137. 195 Alnzo, Marco 195 Amerine. William Ames, Jack 195 Ames, Jimmie Ames. Terrance Amicone. Joni 195 Amonelte, Barbara 195 Anaya. Joann 195 Anders, Billy 195 Anderson. Adrienne Anderson, Audrey 195 Anderson. Brenda Anderson. Cara Anderson, Dannie 195 Anders-on, Donnell 195 Anderson. Gary Anderson. Glenn 195 Anderson. Kirk 195 Anderson. Kristen 195 Anderson, Leon . 194 Arana. Anderson. Leonard Anderson. Lisa Anderson, Lynda 195 Anderson, Martha 195 Anderson. Romlynn 135 Anderson. Terry 145, 195 Andnlsen, Rita Andress, Melanie 140, 195 Andrews, Donna 195 Andrews, Janet 195 Andrews, Lori 195 Andrews. Shen Angle. Bryan 195 Angle. Suzen Anguiano. Frank Anguiano, .lerry Ansley, Kevin 195 Anthony, Dawn 195 Antu, Maria Robert Archer, Rube-rt Archut, Bennea Arms, Belinda 195 Arms, Jesse 195 Arms, Theresa 196 Ardhuerumly, Statnn 196 Arguijn, Elisa 195 Argumaniz, Peter Arhelger, Mary 196 l Arledge. Charles 131. 1il2, 196 Arledge. David 196 Arled e ,lulie 196 g , Arledge, William Arledge, Yvette 117. 145 Armstead, Mark Armstrong, Daryl 196 Armstrong. Eric 196 Arndt. Norman 196 Arnold. Andrea 196 Arnold. James 196 Arnold. Kenneth 132 Arnwine. Richard 196 Arons. Terri 196 Arrendondo, Clara 196 Arrendondn, Hilda Arrieta, Angeline 196 Arrington. Rhonda 196 Ai-ron, Kem Index Barnes, Jaye Barnes, Jimmy Barnes, Rance Barnes. Robby Bamett. Shaun 197 Barnett, Timothy Barney, Julie 12-1, 159, 197 Barr, Gregory 197 Barr. Jetferson 197 Barr. Paul 197 Barrera. Jesus Barrera, Leticia 197 Barrett. George Barrett, Sheila 197 Bamentes, Jnsefa Barrios, Noemi Barron, Brent 197 Barron. Christine 197 Barron. Kevin 1521. 162. 197 Arroyo. Kathleen 130. 195 Arroyos. Jorge 196 Arteaga Arteaga Anea a . Griselda , Marla 195 , Omega - E Arleaga. Tenna 196 Arthur. Arthur. Jimmy 196 Toni 196 Ash. Karen Ashbmi ik. Carolyn 191-1 Ashley. Clifford 195 Ashley. Steven 196 Ashuist, Sammy 196 Astudillo. Louis 1117, 196 Atchison. Matthew Atkins, John Atkinson. Ruth 196 Attaway, Reha Atwood, Richard Atwood, Vicki 196 Austin, John 196 Austin, Kenneth Austin. William 196 Avalos, Rene 197 Avants. Joann 1911 Avants, Melody 1116, 196 Averill. Doug 121 Averill. Duane 197 Averill, Susan 121, 197 Avery. Samuel Awosipe, Florence Awosipe. Joseph 197 Barron. Barron. Marie Randall 197 Barrows, Lee Ann 197 Barry. Barbara 197 Barsch, Kenneth 197 Barthold, Kenneth 197 Bartlett. Christy Bartlett, Diana 197 Bartlett., Richard Bartley, .lirnmy Barton, Cathy Barton, Cindy Barton, Cody Ayana. Osatohanmwen Aycock. David 121 Aycock, Kelli 197 Azuhike. Oriaku B Bachman, Ronald Backen, Lynda Bacon, Manlyn Bacon. Melissa 197 Bacon. R-ey Bacon. Robert 125, 197 Baden. Erik 197 Baeth Vlichael 197 ge. . Baggett, Michael 197 Baghdadi, Mustafa 197 Bagley. Craig Bahlmann. Todd 197 Bailey, Christine Bailey, Gwendnlynn 197 Bailey, Robert Bain, Leann 197 Bain, Richard 197 Bains. David Bains, Todd 197 Bama, Monica 197 Baker. Beula 197 Baker. Cary Baker. David Baker. David Baker. Donna 197 Baker. Jane! Baker. Kelly Baker. Kenneth Baker, Mark Baker. Mildred 197 Baker. Pa! 147, 197 Baker, Reba 197 Baker, Rebecca 197 Baker. Russ Baker, Susan Baker, Teresa Baker, Terry Baker. Thomas 197 Baker, Tiffany Baker. Trudy 197 Baker, Valerie Balderaz. Mary 197 Baldinelli, Darnell 197 Baldree. Paula 197 Barton, David 125. 197 Barton. Frederick Bartz. Albert Bartz, Sharon 198 Baskin, John 198 Basquez, Jimmy 195 Basquez. Martin 198 Bass, James Bassett, Sarah Bates, Linda 193 Battles. Laura 198 Baty. Nancy Baucocn. Brent 198 Baucom. Gregory Baucom. Jennifer 198 Baucum, Terry Bauer. Paul 198 Baugh, Mariacristina 193 Baugh. Sandra 198 Baumer, Mary Ellen 80. 198 Baumgartner. Daniel Bautista. Angela 198 Bautista, John Baxter, Patricia Bayer, Donald Bayer. Scott 1-17. 198 Baynham, Nancy 193 Baze. Susan 198 Beach. Brad 198 Beach. Patricia 121 Beadle, James Beal. Rebecca Beal, Sidney 116. 198 Beall. Lowell Beals, Deborah 198 Bean, Janell 198 Beard. Jason 198 Beasley, Ronald Beasley. Scott 195 Beavers, Nancy Becker. Jan 195 Becker. Tracy 198 Beclzmann. Barbara 198 Becknell. Alan 155 Becknell. Margo 198 Bedford, Perry 198 Bedinger. Robert 146, 198 Beebe. Doris Beech, Constance Beech, Michael Beeson, Laura Behrend, David 198 Behringer, James 198 Belcher. Deborah 1915 Belcher, Julie 198 Belk, Stephen Bell. James Bell, Kent 195 Bell. Larry 121. 198 Bell. Lawrence Bell. Ralph 193 Bell, Randall Bell. Ronald Bell, Wanda Bell, Wayne Belman, Norma 195 Below, Kelly Benavides, Cecilia Benbenek, Daren 147, 198 Baldwin, Coy Baldwin, Paula 197 Bale. Donald Ball, Ginger 197 Balladares. Mary 197 Ballard, Billy 197 Ballard, Knateen 111. 197, 267 Ballard, Michael 197 Ballantine, Lon 197 Bampton, Barry Bampton, Tracy Bankhead. Mary 197 Banner. Jesse Banner, Maggie 75, 15-1, 198 Banner, William 197 Baragas. Darlene Barchet, Fredenck 197 Barchet, Mitzi Barefoot. James 197 Benbow, Matthew 198 Bendinelli. Edward Benge, Becky 12. 33, 78, 125. 159. Benlamin. Rebecca 198 Bennett, Deborah Bennett. Gregory 198 Bennet. Jimmy Bennett, Rnss Bennett, Lula 126, 127. 144, 198 Bennett, Milton 198 Bennett, Patricia Bennett. Ralph Bennett. Robert Bennett, Ross 198 Bennett, Boy Benoit, Edward 198 Benson. Gregory Benson. Walter Benson, Kimberly Bartield, Billy 160, 161, 197 Baring, Rachel 197 Barker, Barker, Barker. Barker. Arthur 197 Jamie Richard Shana Barker, Shelly 197 Barlus. Vicki 197 Barlwwsky, Mike 197 Bames. Gayle 197 Benson. Nancy 198 Berg. Sharon Bergman, Carla 193 Bergman. Lewis 198 Bergman. Richard 195 Berlingen. James Bernshausen, Carol 159. 198 Bern, Cathryn 193 Berry, Danus 198 Berry, Lesley 1211, 137, 198 1 Ben'yhill. Darren 198 Berryhill. Samuel Beischeidt, Jim 198 Bertin. Jinger Bevers, Tina Beville, Angela 198 Beyer, Pamela 158 Bhat. Suresh 195 Bible. Patricia 198 Bice. Carey Bicltford, Timothy 198 Biddix, Daniel 19B Biederrnann, Betsy 136, 198 Biedermann, Terri 198 Bien. Margaret Bierschwale. Ann 198 Bierschwale. Pamela 198 Biggs, Penny 199 Biggs, Tanya 1-11, 199 Bilderback, David 199 Billingsley, Leigh Ann 129. 1-17. 199 Bindseil, Cheryl 199 Bindy. Debra 199 Bingham, Narxko 199 Bingham. Scott 199 Binnion, Stephanie 199 clinns. Quint 199 Bintang. Barusman Birch. Joel 199 Birck, Keven Bird. Perry Bird, Stephanie 199 Bonnerup, Amanda 199 Bonnet, Susan Bonsal, Douglas 199 Book. Gayle Book. Scott 199 Booker. Nathaniel 200 Boon, Elizabeth Boone, Karen 200 Boonyachai. Manan Booth, Emes! 200 Borchers, Shannon 200 Bordner, David 200 Boren, Kari 200 Boring. Kelly 200 Bnrkholm, Clayton Borland, Dennis 200 Bormr, Wayne 200 Bossett, Martha Bossie. Lorie 123, 200 Bost, Mary Boulter. Karen 200 Boulter, Kimberly 200 Bourquin. Stacie 200 Bowden, Panate 200 Bowden. Robin 200 Bowden.-Sharon 200 Bowen, Susan 141. 200 Bowen. William Bowers, Kevin '200 Bowles, Candy 200 Bowles. Catherine 200 Bowling. Rebecca 200 Birmingham, Gary Bishop. Dale Biskey, Debbie 116 Biskup. Deborah 199 Bitner . Brent 199 Bitner, Cynthia 199 Bitner. Regina 199 Bitner. Shelley 199 Bittle. David 154, 199 Bivms, Coleman 154, 199 Bizzell. Mark Black. Angela Black, Ellis Black, Jamie Black, Linda Black. Michael 199 Black. Rodney Black, Roger Bowman, Daniel Bowman. James Bowman, Rocky 200 Box, Don 200 l Box. G en Box, Laura 200 Box. Pamela Boyce. Jana 200 Boyd. Carla 200 Boyd, Carol Boyd, Crystal 200 Boyd, John Boyd. Martin 200 Boys, John 200 Bozarth. Andrea 200 Bomrth, Timmy 200 Bozeman, Jelfrey 200 Bracken. David 200 Black, William Blacklock, Leslie Blackloclc. Tracee 199 Blackwelder, Jofla 199 Blaihleh. Nasreen 199 Blain. Tangela 199 Brader. Laurie 125. 127. 200 Bradlield, Michael 200 Bradford, Carey 124. 159, '200 Bradford. Lavelle 200 Bradford. Shauna 200 Bradley. Sandra 200 Blair. Becky Blair, Carl 199 Blair, Donald Blair. Ella 199 Blair. Lisa Blair. Pamela 199 Blair, Richard 141. 199 Blair. Tim 199 Blake. Mari 199 Blake. Michael Blakely, Kelley Blakeman, Bryan Blakeman. Lilly Blakeman. Mana 199 Blakeney, Nita Blakesley. Amanda Blancett, Charles Blancelt. Sue 199 Blanchard. Gerald 199 Blanco, Yvonne Blanelt, Charles 199 Blanelt, Marchelle 199 Blanke. Sandra 199 Blankenburg, James 199 Blankenship, Lou Ann 142. 199 Blanton, Scott 199 Blasin game, Deborah 199 Blatter. John Bledsoe, Billy 199 Bleisteiner, Allison 199 Blevins. Cynthia Bloys. Deborah 199 Blue, Stephen 132, 199 Blume. Donald Blyth-Frost. Carol 156 Boales. Todd 199 Board. Mark 138, 199 Boatright. Au-iby Bobo, Carrie 199 Bocanegra. lsrael 199 Bock. Donald Bock. Frederick Bock, Kevin 121, 199 Bock, Megan Boen. Drew 199 Bradley, Stephen 200 Bradshaw, Eugene Bradshaw, Trey 201 Bragg, David 201 Brake, Shelby 201 Brakebill, Lisa 162. 201 Braly, C arolyn 201 Bramble, Anita Bramble. Paul 201 Brandenberger, Carl '201 Brandenburg. Gary 201 Branham, Erin 201 Branham, Karla Brannan. Allen 201 Brannon, Jerry Bransdorf, Kenneth Braslield, Milda 201 Branson, Julie 199 Brassell. Ava 201 Bratcher, Deborah 201 Bratcher, Gregory 201 Brauer, Holly 201 Braun, Serran Bray, Katherine 143, 201 Breazeale. David 201 Breazeale, Michael Breeding, Margaret 201 Breedlove. Anderson 123, 193, 195 Breen, Robert Brekke. Deanna Breltlie, Sonja 201 Brenek. Chris 201 Brenek, Daniel Brevard, Bradley Brewer. Brewer, Brewer. Brewer. Brewer, Brewer, Andreia 201 Dawn 119, 201 Donald 201 l.10ri 201 'Iyrone Wanda Brian, Connie 97 Bridges. Bridges, Bridges, Darla 201 Diana 201 Dwight 201 Briggs, Denise 201 98 Boen,.limmy 121, 199 Bnerner, Jedrey 147, 199 Boettcher. John Boggs, Larry Bohannan, Glen Bohannan, Glenda 199 Bohannan, William 121 Bohr. Daniel 130, 138, 199 Bman, Marvin Boisse, Tawana 199 Boiswe. Alma Boldin, Jennifer 199 Bulding, Candice Bulen, Bradley 199 Bolen, Dena Bolen, Lynette 199 Boley, Susan Boll, Curtis 199 Boll. James Bolt. Lonnie Bolt, Brandy 199 Bolin, Helen Boling. Carla 199 Bolton. Rhonda Bond, Darla Bond. Joe Bond, Pamela 199 Bond, Stacey 199 Bonner. Pamela 199 Briggs, lna Briggs, Kenneth Bright, Charlotte 201 Bright, Teri Briley, Bryan 201 Briley, Tina 201 Brim, Susan 201 Brininstool, Rohbin 201 Brinson, -Jennifer 81. 143. 201 Brinson, Zachary Briscoe, Clay Bnstow, Brent 201 Bristow, Stephen Bntt. Karen Britt, Lisa 201 Britt, Michael 201 Bnttain, Je5 201 Broadfood, Ronnie 1-17 Brock, Dick Brock. Larrv 201 Brock. Brock, Leslie Stephen 201 Brockmann. Curt 201 Brockmann, Susan 201 Brodeu r, Cynthia 201 Brooks, Bobby 132, 201 Brooks. Cheryl Brooks. Conoly 201 Brooks. Dennis 201 Brooks. Donny 201 Brooks, Kermit Brooks, Tymi 201 Brosig. Michael Broussard, Angel Broussard. Charlotte 201 Broussard, Debra 201 Browder, Carl Browder, Judith C Brown. Beadie Brown. Bryan 201 Brown. Daniel Brown. Darrell Brown, Donna 201 Brown, Elizaheth Brown, Ernest 201 Brown. Gary Brown. James 201 Brown, Jeffery 201 Brown, Jennifer Brown. Jet 201 Brown, -lose 81, 16-l Brown, Judy -lll Brown. Kathryn Brown, Kyle 201 Brown, Lanny 201 Brown, Linda B 201 Brown. 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Perry 206 Colson, Sandra 206 Co1vin.Toni 64, 206 Colwell. David 206 Combest. Mark cftmpt. Comptl tn, John 206 in. Kevin 206 Compton, Raymond Compton, Victoria 206 Condry, Timothy 121. 206 Cunkling. Michael Conkling. Stephen 206 Glonana 206 Cape. Sandra 204 Capers. Freddie Cardenas. Charlotte 118, 204 Cardenas, Daniel Cardwell, Mitchell Carey. Sheila Cargill. Rick 207 Carlile. Jimmy 20-4 Carlile. Roger 40. 116. 20-1 Carlisle. Christina 118. 20-1 Carlisle. Kimberly 20-1 Carmichael. Gordon Charlton, Gary Chase. Carole 205 Chasteen, Lori 205 Chavez. Tom 205 Chavez. John Chavez. Leticia Chavez. Robin Chavez. Samuel Carmichael, Kowe C armona. Tonativh Carnes. Cara 204 Carnes, Reba Carney, De-anne 204 Cart xwell. Mitchell 20-1 Carpenter, Cara Carpenter. Catherine 47. 155. 157. 20-1 Carpenter. Randy 161. 204 Carpenter. Ronald 20-1 Ca enter Sherri 204 rp . Carpenter, William 161, 204 Carr, Charles Carr. Sandy 204 Carr, Sid 204 Carrasco. Lorena 20-1 Carrasco. Maria Carrasro. 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Moses 205 Clanton, Randy 205 Clanton, Ronald 205 Clapp. Marcy 205 Clardy. Laura 205 Conley, Gwenell Conlon. Donna 144, 206 Connally. Kelli 206 Connelly, Ruth Conner, Donald 206 Conner. Karen Conner, Rebecca Connor. Pamela 206 Conoly, Anthony Conoly. Barbara 118 Cont ily. Paul 206 Conradt, Cheryl 206 Contreras, Myra Contreras, Robert 206 Conzemius, Timothy 108, 10 Cook, Kelly 206 Cook. Kenneth Cook. Loretta Cook, Priscilla Cook, Richard 206 Coone. Darlene 206 Coone, Garnet 155. 206 Cooper. Barry 72. 73 Cooper, George 206 Cooper. Julie Cooper, Kelly 206 Cooper. Mark 206 Cooper. Marvin 206 Cooper, Mona Cooper. Monty 121, 206 Cooper. Phillip Cooper. Quincy Cuope r. Roy Copeland, John 206 Coplen, Cathy :oe Coppinger. Dee Ann 206 Corbin. Corbin. Patricia Ronda 206 Clark. Christi Clark, Cynthia 136. 204 Clark, Deana 205 Clark. Kelly 103, 104, 105. 20 Clark, Kevin 205 Clark, Lawrence 205 Clark, Mark 205 Clark, Melanie 205 Clark. Michael 205 Clark. Michaele 205 Clark. Nora Clark. 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Margaret Cram. Susan Crandall. Karen 207 Cranford, Bruce 207 Cranford. Del 207 Cranford, Kaye Cranford, Robert Cranford, Stacey 207 Cravens. Sandra 207 Crawford, Allison Crawford, Lori 207 Crawford, Monty 121, 127 Crawford. Stacey 207 Crawford. Theresa 207 Creager. Connie 207 Creekmore. Timothy 207 Cregar. Randolph 207 Crellin. Dynthia Crenshaw. Edward Crews. Robert Cribb, Ana 207 Crider, Bobby 207 Criner, Terry Criscoe. Vicky Crisp. Mary Criswell, Sam Crochet. Larry 207 Crochet. Phillip Crochet. Stephen 207 Crocker, Evelyn Croker, Armando Cromer, John 207 Cromer. Margaret 207 Cronin. Brenda Crooks. Janet 207 Cross, Kimberley Crossman. Melissa 207 Crouch, Janie 207 Crouch. Karen 207 Crouch. Mark 207 Crouse. Lesa 207 cmw, ctw zoa Crowder, Barry 208 Crowder, Susan 208 Crowder. Zanette 208 Crutchfield, Milton 208 Cruz. Benny 208 Cruz. Danny Cruze, Patty 208 Cuellar. Adelina Culhmore. 1-1 Mark 202 Culpepper. Connie 208 Culpepper, Shem 208 Culver, Dale 208 Cumberland. Christen 208 Cumming, Kathleen 208 Cummings, Julie 208 Cummins, Debbie 208 Cunditf John 1-17, 208 Cunningham, Brett 208 Cunningham, Carol 142 Cunningham. Christopher 40, 144. 'Z08 Cunningham. Dena Cunningham, Kenneth 108 Cunningham. Lee 208 Cunningham. Richard 208 Cunningham, Steven Cunningham, Thomas Curham, William Curlee, Stacey 208 Curless, Sidney Curley, Anthony 208 Curnutt, Lisa 40, 121, 208 Curry. J efl' Curry. J nhn Curry, Teresa 208 Curtis. Jimmy Cyprian. Rose Ann 208 Czubinski. Joseph 208 D Daggett, Lea 208 Daggett, Marsh Daggett, Walter 208 Daily. Darrell 208 Daily. Donnie 144, 208 Daily. Elizabeth 208 Dain. Michael 154. 208 Dalton, David 120, 160. 161, 208 Dana. Darcy 130. 209 Dane. Rhonda 209 Daniel, Debra 209 Daniel, Glen Daniel, Janiece 209 Daniel, Jay 209 Daniel, Lyle 209 Mitchell Daniels. Felicia Daniela. David 209 Daniel . James 209 Daniel , Jay 152 2 7 1 Daniel. s S Daniels. Regina 209 Daniels. Tonya 94. 95, 95. 97. 209 Dankworth, Shelli 159. 209 Darby. Holly Darby. Trislum Darney, Tracy Darr. Jesse Daugherty, Heidel 209 Daugherty, Michael 209 Daughhetee, Cindy Daughhetee, Sanden 209 Daxee, Brenda 209 Davenport, Cindy 209 Davenport. Davette 209 Daves, Karen 209 Davidchik. Ken 209 Davidson, Pamela Davis. Alan Davis. Arnold Davis, Belinda Davis. Brent 209 Davis. Bryan 209 Davis. Carmen 209 Davis. Claire 154 Davis, Dirk Davis. Georgia Davis. Grace 209 Davis. James 209 Dav1s.Jerr5 209 Dav1s.Juan 2119 Davis, John 209 Davis. Julie Davis. Kathy 209 Davis, Kelly Davis. larry 121. 209 Davis. Laifada 209 Davis. Linda Davis, Mark 209 Davis. Martha Davis. Matthew 209 Davis. Michael 209 Davis. Mike 209 Davis. Mitchell 209 Davis. Nula 209 Davis. Patsy 119. QU9 Davis. Paul 209 Davis, Peggy ST. 162 Davis. Richard Davis. Robert 209 Davis, Robyn 118. 209 Davis. Samantha 209 Davis, Stephen Davis. Susan 209 Davis. Wesley 209 Davis. William 209 Davis, Wilma Dawson. Ted 209 Daj-. Brant 209 Day, Dwayne 209 Day, Joe Day. Lillian Dar, Robert 209 Day, Shawn 209 DCnsta,Sav1o 209 Del-loyos, Delia 209 De Hoyas. Felipe 209 De l-loyos, Randy 209 Delaplain. Dianne 209 De la O. Diana De La Rosa, Elsa 123. 209 De Leon, Delma De Leon, Sam 209 DeLuna, Chns 150 De Luna, Jose 210 De Luna. Mana 210 De Luna, Pablo 210 1 Dean, Thomas L09 Dean. Tracy Deans, Melvin 209 Deancla. Oscar Dearman. Benjamin 209 Deatherage. Benjamin 209 Deatherage. Rhalynda 143 Deatherage. Shem 125. 127, 147. Deats. Stephen 209 Deaver. Kevin 209 Deck. Tonya 209 Dec ker, Charles Decuir, Deborah 209 Deese. Marla 143, 209 Degner. Matthew Deiterman, William Delarue, Lisa 209 Delaughter, Deanna 209 DeLeon. Amold 209 DeLeon, Tommy 209 Delk. Robert Dell. Christine 41,143,210 Dell,Jenn1fer 120. 210 Dell, -loan 210 Dell, Juella 210 Del Rm, Leticia 210 De Marco. Vicki 210 Dempsey. Barbara 123. 210. 267 Dempsey. Thomas Dennan, Clement 210 Dennis, Barbara Dennis. Beverly Dennis, Cathy 210 Dennis. David 210 Dennis, Teresa 119. 210 Dennis, Wisteria 210 Densman. Donnda 210 Dent, Karlah Denton, Jem 210 Denton, Rita 124, 210 Denngwn, Vandall De S ein laura 'Z p , io Devanney. Emily 210 Devin. Janie 210 Dewey. Gerald Dewey. Jennifer Dewitt, Douglas 210 Diaz. Bobby 210 Diaz, Joe 210 Diaz, John Diaz, Miguel 210 Diaz, Sylvia 210 Dickerson. Charlie 210 Dickey. Michele Dickey. Susan Dickson. Sarah 210 Diebitsch, Gregory Dierschke, Brian Dierschke. Janis Dierschke, Tonya 2 Dietrich, Kelly 210 Dill, Phillip 210 Dill, Rhonda 210 Dillard, Keith 210 Dionne, Daniel 210 Diruen. Leoti 211 D1ixmar,Jucl11h 40, 210 Dmmar. Rebecca 210 Divich. Deborah Dixon, Mark 2111 Dixon, Patricia Dt1hh1ns,Bruce 138 Dobbins. David 210 Dobb1ns.Jerry 210 Dobbs. Denise U10 Dodd. Darlene Dodd, Dolly 121. 269 Dodds. Darrell 210 Dodds, Karla 210 Dodson. Shen 210 Doe, BeBe 11S Doe. Retta 210 Doege, Melinda Dnertler. Sharon 210 Doerr, Paul 2111 Doll. Darol Dolle, Jennifer 210 DulluH, Joel 210 Dollnt. Joel 1519 Dulur, Albert Dulur. Anna Donaldson. John 210 Donalson. Johnny Donelson. Tammy 210 Donelson. Terry Donnelly, Daniel Donnelly, Mildred Donohoo, James 210 Donop. Kenny 210 Donowho. Pamela 210 Danse. Chris Doran.Jod1e 210 Doran, Lee Domer, Denise 210 Dorr, Revert Doms. Stephen 210 Dnrwaldt. Susan 95 Duscher, James Dulson, Michael Duty. Charles 210 Douglas, Angie 129. 210 Douglas, Carla Douglas, Gregory Douglas. John 120. 1-121.210 Douglas, Melvin 117 Douglas, Roxy 247 Douma. Michele Dow. Annette 210 Dow. Carolyn Dnwis. Sharon Dowling, Alan Dowling, Mary Ann 210 Doyle. Joana 210 Doyle. Kasi 210 Dracuulis. Suzette Dragas. Janet 94. 95. 97 Dragas. Kenneth 210 Dra1n,ClLfton 91. 93. 210 Drake. Dana 210 Drake, Manon 210 Drake. Tamara Drane. Donnette 210 Draughon, Alex 21, 40, 123. Drenna. Guy Drennan, Kathy 211 Drennan, Leslie 211 Drennan. Patti 133, 211 Drew. Gary 211 Drewien. Judith Drexler. Amy 211 Drisl-tell. Robert Dnver. Virginia 211 Droll, Carolyn 40,116,211 Drury, Robert 1218, 211 Dmschel. Mark DSouza, Elroy 211 DSuuza. Nigel 211 Dubose, Della 211 Dudgeon. John 211 Dudley, Julie Dudley, Mark Duefksen. Richard Duff. Nora Duffy. Stephen Duke. Douglas Duke, Wilma 211 Dukes, Mary Dulaney. Vinla 211 Dulude. Gary 124, 164, 211 Dumont. Lane Dunavant. 'Fwtla 47, 1210. 15 Dunhar, Melissa 211 Duncan. Alan Duncan. Bobby Duncan, Darla 211 Duncan. Jeffrey 211 Duncan, Phillip Duncan, Reese 211 Dunham. Sheryl 211 Dunkin, Cynthia Dunlap, R, E Dunn. Amy 211 Dunn. Anne Dunn. Carolyn 211 Dunn, Cheryl 211 Dunn. Gregory Dunn. Gregory T Dunn, Kelly 211 Dunn,K1mberl1e 211 Dunn, Linda 145 Dunnam,K1mberl1e 119 DuPont, Michael 129. 211 Duran. Juan 211 Durden. Chnstopher 211 Durham, Jacki Durham. Salye Dunlla. Kathryn Durkay. John Durkay, Mark Duir. David 211 Duryea, Keith Dusek, Eddie 211 Dyal, Lee 211 Dyer. Cynthia 211 Dyer, Jimmy Dyer. Rex 211 141,163,210 5.157.211 Dyer. Roy 211 Dygert. Arlena 211 E Earhart, Dee 211 Early. Donna 211 Earnest, Deborah Easley. Clayton 211 Easley, Steven Eastman. Dennis 211 Eastman, Julie 211 Eastman. Sheryl Eastwood. Wayne 160 Eaton, Kevin 211 Eaves, Mitzi 211 Eberhardt. Melva Ehner. David 211 Eckeherger. Patty 211 Eckert. Danny 211 Eckhardt, Becky 211 Economidis. John Economidis. Naneigail Edborg. Marlys 211 Eddy. Kyle 211 Edge, Clilford 120, 160, 161 Edge, Deborah Edgemon, Lance 211 Edmiston. Angie Edmiston. Clint Edmistun. Joseph 211 Edrniston. Nelda Edmondson, Grace 137. 211 Edmondson,Jud1ne 211 Edmonson. Charles Edwards. Bennie 211 Edwards, Bonny 211 Edwards. Charles 211 Edwards. Coleen 136 Edwards. David 211 Edwards. Sally Edwards. Steven Edwards. Tracy 151.211 Edwards. William 211 EEendi, Anthony 157, 211 Eggleston. Steven 211 Ehlers. Jennifer 211 Ehrig, Vivian 211 Ehnng, Charles Ehring, Lee Ann Eiland, Jay 211 Eiland. Jennifer 211 Eisenbach, Cecil Eisenbach, Neil 211 El-Masri, Tito Elder. Kenneth 156 Elder. Melanie El Faruqi. M, El Guea, Katheryn Elich, Robert 211 Elick, Donna 211 Elkins, Janie 127, 212 Elliott, Barbara 212 Elliott. Chen 212 Elliott. David 212 Elliott. Deborah 212 Elliott, Janice 212 Elliott, Paul 212 Ell1ntt,Sheryll 212 Elliott, Shonda 212 Ell1ott,V1ki212 Ellis, Kathleen 143, 212 Ellis. Linda Ellis, Roger 212 Ellis. Sherri 212 Ellis, Susan Ellis, Terrence Ellison, Randy 212 Ellruer, Tracy 137. 212 Ellsworth, JeElrey 212 Elmasn, Tito 212 Elmore, Nancy 212 Elmore, Sofia Elstad, Russell 212 Emborski, Michelle Emdy, Darla 124, 212 Emert, Lyndal Emert, Susan Emfinger, Steve 212 Emmett. Claudia 212 Enderli. Jill 212 Endress, Margaret Endress. Virginia 212 Engel, Todd 212 Engelbardt, Valerie 212 Engelbrecht. Valerie 40, 212 England, Paul 122 Engle, Karen 212 Englehart. Donna 212 Englehart, Paula 212 Englert, David Englert. James English, Bennie 40, 212 Enox, Kandis 212 Enriquez, Bmce 2121 Ennquez, Stephen 107 Eotf. Peggy 212 EoldhoB', David 154 Epperson. Vernon Erickson. Bnan 213 Erickson, Ennis 213 Emst, Dale 213 Emat, Ella 213 Erskine, Doris Erskine, Michael Erwin. Christie Erwin. Dana 213 Erwin. Raymond 213 Escalante, Johnny Eschman, Virginia Escobedo. Hermelinda Escoto, Becky Fscue, Glenn Eskew-Ford. Marilyn 213 Espana. Abigail 213 Espana. Naldo 213 Esperanza. Onofre 213 Espinn, Minerva Espinosa. Betty 150 Esquivel, Berta Essary, Brian 100. 213 Estes, Steve Estrada, Armando 213 Estrada, Emelia 213 Estrada, Stella Etheredge, CliHord Etheredge. David 144. 213 Etheredge, John 213 .211 Ethridge, Todd 121, 213 Eudy. Renonia 213 Eues, Bnan Eues, Suzette Eustis. Stevan Evans. Charles Evans, Deborah 213 Evans. Evans, Gail 118. 213 Evans, Mark Evans. Evans, Rene 213 Evans. Richard Evans. Robert 213 Debra 12-1, 213 Melissa 154, 213 Floyd. Michael 214 Fluitt, Lance Fly. Dianna 214 Flynn. Alice 214 Flynn. Peter Foelker, George Fofi, David Foti, Richard 214 Fogle. Teresa 124, 214 Foley, Kathy Foley. Rene 213 Foley. Michael Fomby. James 214 Foos. Jay 40 Evans, Rose 213 Everett. Elaine Everett. Kathleen 213 Evridge, Billy Ewert., Dawn 13 Ewen, Rex 213 Ewing, Craig F Fahl, Matt 213 Fairchild. Charles Fairchild, Duane Faircloth, Edwin Faircloth, Lou Faithasang, Ann 117 Faithasang. Uraiwan Falcon. Julian Falk, David Fannin, Jacqueline 213 Fanning, Howard Fanning, Michael 213 Faris, Lofton 213 Farmer, Sharla 213 Farmer. Tammy 213 Farr, David 213 Farr. Richard Farrell, Sue Farrington. Lynn Fams. Cindy Farris, Dianne 213 Farris, Gina 213 Farris. J. B. 213 Farris. JNetta Farris. Thomas 213 Faught, Juana 213 Favila. James 213 Favila. Jen'y 213 Faz. Jerry Feagan. Rhonda 213 Feaster, Kimberly 213 Feaster, Vanya 213 Feathers, William Featherston. Brenda Featherston. Kim 213 Feist. Debbie 154, 213 Feld.hoB'. David 213 Fellhaum. Mary Feltner. Scott 213 Felts, Vicki 213 Fennell, Fennelly, Wilson Fenner. Hollan Lee Fenton, Kay Fentress. Elizabeth Fergeson, Johnny 213 Ferguson. Bill Ferguson, Peggy Fernandez. Lawrence Ferreira. Leticia 140 Ferrer. Timothy 213 Ferris, Gerard Ferris, Linda Fetzner. James Fetzner. Mark 213 Field, Lara 213 Field, Mary Fielder, Melinda 213 Fontenot, Nolan Fonville. Forbes. J David acqueline 2 14 Forbes. Leigh Ann Forbes. Stanley Ford, Alan Ford, Do nna 214 Ford, Gwendolyn 214 Ford, Kamala Ford. Leslie 214 Ford, Steven Fore. Dianne Foreman . Kimberly Foresman, Michael 214 Forge. Eloise 214 Forge, N Forlano. ickie Rico 117, 214 Forrest, Bruce 214 Forster, James Fortin, Robert 143, 214 Fortner. Nancy Foster. Debby 214 Foster, Debra 214 Foster. John Foster, S cott 214 Fowler. Deborah 214 Fowler. Thomas 214 Fox. Douglas Fox. Mack 161. 214 Fox. Sheila 214 Francis, Brian 157. 214 Francis. Marla 214 Franco. Donna 143, 214 Franco. Robert 214 Franco. Robin Franco, Stephen 214 Franke. Brenda 214 Franke, Shawn 21-l Frankfather. Karen 214 Franklin. Benjamin 121. 214 Franklin. David 214 Franklin. Fredrick 214 Franklin .Jayne 214 Franklin. Michael 214 Franklin, Robert 120. 160. 161. 214 F1-atiani, Gina 138, 214 Fraune. Mark Fraune, Yvonne 214 Fraze. Mark 214 Frazier. Lonnie Frazier. Tara Freatman. Arlene F1-eatman. Mark 214 F1-eatman, Terry Free. Robie 214 Freeman, Cari 214 Freeman .Clyde 214 Freeman. Darrell 122. 214 Freeman. Leonard 214 Freeman. Mary Freeman. Sherry 214 Freitag. Carla 214 French, Darren 214 French, Michael 38, 162, 214. 215 Frentz, Carl 215 Frerich. Mark 215 Fields. Nita 213 Fields. Patricia Fields, Ray 213 Fields. Sally 213 Fields. Sherman 213 Fielek, Joshua 213 Figro, Kirkland Figura. Louise 137. 213 Fike, Rodney 213 Fillpot, Jay 133, 213 Fincher, Laytnn Findlater, Mark Findling. Denise Fine, Donald 213 Fine, Duane 124 Finkelstein, Mike 213 Finnegan. Kathenne 213 Fischer. Geraldine Fischer. laura Fisher, Daryn 213 Fischer. Janet 213 Fischer, Jessica 213 Fisher. Kelli 213 Fischer. Kenneth 213 Fischer. Laura 214 F isher. Lee Fisher, Lynn Fisher, Michel 214 Fitzgerald. Janice Fitzgerald. Vincent Fiveash. Diane Fiveash. Judith 214 Fiveash, Peggy Flatt. Devin Fleming, Leslie 67.78, 129. 214 Fleming. Susan 214 Fletcher. David 214 French. Rebecca 215 Frerich. Teresa 119. 215 Friemel, Paul 215 Friend, David 215 Friend. Michael Friend. Zane 215 Frierson, Randall Frizzell. Thomas 127, 131.215 Froclt, Glenna Frock, Jiny 215 Frock, John Froehlich. Sue 215 Frost. Mark 215 Frost. Paige 215 Frost, Suzan Fry. Charles Fry. MicheUe 215 Fryar. C hristy Phrchs, Bill 215 Fuchs, J Fuchs, J anis 40.118, 215 oanna 215 Fuchs, Merl Fuentes. Fuentes. Francisco 215 Julie 215 Hientes, Lydia 215 Fuentes. Maria Fuentes, Rosa 215 Fuessel. Rhonda 215 Fuhlendorf. Sam 215 Fulcher. Debbie 215 Hillen. Lori 215 Fuller, Marilyn Fletcher. Jeanine 214 Fletcher. Kayla 214 Fletcher. Ken 29 Fletcher. Mark 214 Fletcher. Martha Fletcher, Phyllip 214 Flippin. Barbara 214 Florence. Jackie 214 Flores, Adam 214 Flores, Anita Flores. Bertha 214 Flores, Leonard Flores, Nidia 150. 214 Flores. Pnrnrio 214 Flores, Steve 214 Flores. Theresa Flores, Vicente 214 Flowers. Bob 214 Floyd. Diann 214 Fuller. Miahell 215 Fullwood, Charles 215 Fulp, Sylvia Fulton. Bradley 215 Fulton, Jen'y 215 Fulton, Keith 131 Fulton, Patsy 215 Funk, Leslie 215 Fhrqua, Lori 215 Fustcs. Jeanine G Gabler. Larry Gabriel. Gary 215 Gaddy. Henry Gaddy. Jonna Galford, Grady 215 Gaford, Toni Gage. Guy 215 Gagliano. Stephen Gagliardi. Gina 215 Gagne. Roland Gaidosik. Kay 215 Gaines, Gary 215 Gaines. 'Ibnda Galarza, Elizabeth Galhreath, William Galindo, Diane Gallagher, Jan 215 Gallaway, Manlyn 215 Gallegos, Gilbert Galles. Rodney 30 Galoms, Raymond Galvan. Johnny 215 Galvan, Pedro Gamble, Kelly 215 Gamblin, Deborah 215 Gambhn, Tina 215 Canoe, Bnan 138. 215 Garcia. Alvin 215 Garcia, Bertha 215 Garrra, Danny 215 Garcia, Deborah 215 Garcia, Dellina 215 Garcia. Edwardo 121,215 Garcra. Fred 215 Garcia. George 2l5 Garcia, Glenda 215 Garcra, Jacqueline 215 Garcia. Joaquin 215 Garcia. Johnnie Garcia. Ramon Garcia, Lydia 215 Garcia, Manuel 215 Garcia. Martha 215 Garcia. Marylou 215 Garcia, Michele 136 Garcxa, Ramon 215 Garcra, Raul 215 Garcxa. Rodney 215 Garcla, Roger 215 Garcla, Rosie Gardenhxre, Billy 215 Gardner. Dana Gardner. Kaylan Garlxtz, Don 215 Garlrtz, Gregory 215 Gamer. Anna 125, 215 Gamer. Clayton 215 Garner. Karen 215 Garner. Ronald Garner. Stacy Gamer. Sue 215 Garner, Vonda 154, 216 Garrett. Cynlhra 216 Garrett. Patrick 216 Gartman,Frank1e 216 Gartman. Karen 162 Gartman. Kerry 121, 216 Garvin, Rusty 147, 216 Gary. Brian 121, 216 Gary. Kayleen 216 Garza, Amadeo 216 Garza, Bonnie 216 Garza. Carole Cana, Cecilia Garza. Danny 143 Garza, Darlene 155 Garza, Fermin Garza, Gloria Garza, Israel Garza, Jacquelrne 216 Garza, Reynaldo 216 Garza, Richard 216 Gilman, Norma Gilmore, Pam 216 Gingrich. Barry Gladson, Tracy 216 Glass, Gaynell 216 Glass, Mark 216 Glass, Robert 124. 216 Glasscock. Selma Gleason. David 216 Gleason. Jim 216 Gleason, Tma 216 Glenn. Vlcwr Glasson, Leigh Ann 147, 216 Gober, Dwam I32, 2l5 Gober, Gregory 216 Gober, Wylie Goddard, David 216 Godwin. Ellen 216 Guesslrhg. Karen 216 Goetz. Denise 217 Goetz, Lisa Goetzel, Dwayne 217 Goff. Donald Golf. Scott 217 Golden. Paul Golovach. Casandra 217 Gomez, Bloy 217 Gomez. Jaime Gomez, Rose Gonzales. Annabelle -10 Gonzales, Elisa Gonzales. E M, 217 Gonzales, Enc 217 Gonzales, Eugene 217 Gonzales, .hmmle 217 Gonzales. John 217 Gonzales, Katherine Gonzales. Marla Gonzales, Olga Gonzales. Paul 217 Gonzales, Robert 132, 217 Gonzales, Ruben S. 217 Gonzales, Ruben 217 Gonzales, Victoria Gonzales. Ygnacm 217 Gonzalez, Edgar Gonzalez. James Gonzalez, John Gonzalez, Mary Gonzalez, Michael Gonzalez, Paul Goodnight, Todd lilil. 217 Goudson, Edward 111 Goodwin, Patrick Goodwin. Paul Gordon. Drexel 14-1. 217 Gordon. Misty 217 Gordon. Sheila 217 Gon. Paul 217 Gorman, Tami 217 Gorton. Randal 217 Goss. Jeanann 217 Gotcher. Carel Gulcher. Lynn Gott.-shall, Yvette Gould. Jan 118 Gould, Novarat 217 Graf, Anthony Graf. Karen 217 Gnfhn, Debra 218 Gnmn, Uma Gnllin, Johnny Gnflin, Kelly Gnflin. Kirk Grrfhn. Rebecca Grrllln. Wynona 218 Gnflis, Scot! Grrhilh, Nlnchael Gnlilh, Patrick Gnmaldu, Anna 215 Grimes. Carolyn Grim ea, Laura 218 GrmdaLalT, Debra 218 Gnswnld. Diane 218 bmgan. Paul 218 Grnmalsky. Sheryl 218 Grunuvuld, Juhn Grrmmer, Greta 150. 218 Grmmms. Krmberly 218 Grusa. David 218 Gross-Rhude. Theo ljrnle. Pam Grolh. Grlherl Gruber. Mark 218 Gruher, She-rn Grun,Jul1a 218 Grun. Tanya 218 Grvder,Jefr1218 Guadrana, Omar 218 Guelker. Joe 218 Guenal. Fharles Guerrra. Manuel Guerra. Martha Guerra, Sandra 218 Guerrero, Nuram Guerreru, Trlby Guess,Cl1lTurd 218 Guess, Karen 213 Guevara, Amalra Guevara, Rosie 218 Ruevara. Samuel 2lB Gudey. Barry Gurdry. Michael 218 Gumn. Colleen 218 Gully, Elaine 1-15 Gully, Janice 218 Gully. Melissa 213 Gully, Michael 218 Gully, Wayne 218 Gunnels. Karen Gurnue, Shexlla 218 Guthals, Kimberly 218 Guthne, Bruce Guherrez. Amaha 218 Gutierrez, Danny 218 Guherrez, Elizabeth 218 Gutierrez, Elloy Gutierrez. Gilbert Gulxerrez, Herblerto Guherrez. Rose Guttery. Joe Guy. Barron 218 Guzman, Joey 218 H Haas, Duane Hacker, Rance Hackney. Andy 218 Hackney, Julie 218 Gaskamp. Terry Cass, Diane 216 Gasslot. Jimmy Gassmr, Lesa 216 Gaasmr, Shem 216 Gattrs, Marchena 216 Cams, Sheila Gauer. Betty 216 Gauln, Ruben 216 Gayler, Cheryl 216 Gayler, Laurie 216 Geen, Glenn 216 Geena, Jackie 216 Gehring, Allison 216 Gehrela, Craig 216 Geiger, James 216 Geilhausen, Robert 216 Gentry, Velma George, Cynthia 216 George. James George, 'lhflinre 216 Gerhan, Shem 216 Gesch, Denise 216 Gesch, Karen 216 Gesch, Rnbbin Gesch, Walter Gibboney, Vandaline Gibbons, Brenda 118 Gibbs, Carlos 216 Gibbs, Kyle 216 Gibbs, Mrtchell Gibbs, Richard Gibson, Brian 216 Gibson. Jenny 216 Gibsnn. Nora 216 Gibson. Phillip Gibson, Phyllis 216 Gibson, Robin Gibson, Tommy 216 Giddena. Holly 121, 216 Gierlach, Donnie 157 Gierisch. Perry 216 Gifford, Charles Graga, Kimberly GraE. Carrxe 217 Grafwn. Gerald 217 Grafton. Robert Graham, Clllford Graham, Deborah Graham, Janet 148. 2l7 Graham, Melanie 159. 217 Graham. Patricia 120 Graham, William 217 Granaclu, Valerie 217 Granl. Carol 217 Grant, Jay 217 Grant. Kimberly 127. 140, 217 Grant, Lail 217 Grant. Vance 217 Grantham. Janet 217 Granz Granz Grave Grave in, Kelly 217 in, Larry 217 s, Brendan 217 s, Jonathan 217 Graves, Patrick 217 Graves, Sean 145 Gravitt, Joanna 217 Gray. Angela 159. 217 Gray. Cynthia 217 Gray. Elaine Gray. Leslie 217 Gray. Kimberly Gray. Leslie Gray, Mam Gray. Sandra Gray, Scott 127, 217 Gray, Stanley Gray. Virginia 217 Gray, Walter Green, Dennis 217 Green. Gabriel 138, 217 Green, Lisa 217 Green. Lonni 217 Green. Martin 217 Green. Michael Green. Paula 121. 217 Hackney. Tom Haddad. Amin 218 H ade me-nos. George Hafermalz. David 218 Hafermalz. William Hagel. Gregory 2l8 Hagemann. Kelly 218 Hagler, Vernon Hagler, Terry 21B Halle, Vera Haines. Patti 218 Hain. Dann 21B Hajl. Fallmah 218 Halamrcek, Katherme 130. Halamlcek. Leigh Ann 218 Halbronk. Rocky 218 Hale, Austin l2l, 218 Hale, Came 218 Hale, Charles 218 Hale. Jeanmane Hale. Kendra 218 Hale, Troy Hale, Kenra Haley. Carol Halfmann, Dann 218 Halfmann. Lisa 218 Halfmann. Priscilla Halfmann. Rodney 218 Halfmann. Sherry 218 Halfmann. Tommy 218 Halfmann, Vickie 125 Hall, Hall Brenda 218 Cvnlhua 218 Hall: Jack 144, 218 Hall. Jacquelyn 218 Hall. John 219 Hall. Kevin 219 Hall. Sonja Hall, Shannon 219 Hall, Tanya Hall. 'Timothy Hallman. Holly Hallmark. Tammy 219 Gifford, Kenneth Gilbert, James 216 Gilbert, Jennie 154, 216 Gilbert. Richard 216 Gilbert. Sally Gilbreth, Kimberly 216 Giles, Paula Giles. Terri 216 Gilger, Kelly 216 Gill. Clark 216 Gill. Crystal 216 Gill. John Gill. OSCBI 216 Gill. Steve 216 Gill. Timothy 216 Gillenwaler, Edward Gillespie, Robin 2l6 Gilliam, Dwain 119 Gilliam. Robert Gilliam, Shanna 216 Gillilan, Russell Gillia, David Gillis, J. Catherine 216 Gillis. John 216 Green, Ralph 217 Greener, Greg 217 Greener, Robert Greenhaw. Carlton Greer. Angelia 217 Greer, Barbara Greer, Gitch 217 Greer, Judy 217 Greer, Rodney Gregg- Charlotte 124, 217 Gregg. Louise 217 Gregg, Sharla 136, 217 Greggerson. Leslie 217 Gregory, Bryan 86, 217 Gregory. Lezlie 159, 217 Gregury. Richard 218 Gregory, Teresa 121, 218 Gregawn, Candyce Gregawn, John Grelle. Patti 218 Grider, Larinda 218 Griffm, Alexander Grimm. Billy 218 Griifm. Dan 218 Hallman, Aaron 219 Halsell. Bobbie Haltom, Deanna 219 Ham, Steven 219 Hambnck, Linda Hamby, Jedrey 219 Hamby, Wendy 221 Hamilton, Bobby 219 Hamilwn. Doretha 219 Hamilton. Gary 219 Hamilton. Janis 219 Hamilton. JeB'rey 219 Hamilton. Kasandra 219 Hamilton. Kay 121 Hamilton. Lori 219 Hamilton, Stacy Hamilton. Terry 139 Hamiltun, William Hammer, Julie Hammond, Jeffrey 219 Hampton, Stacy 140. 219 Hamrick, Cynthia Hanak, Dan 219 Hancock, John 116,219 l Hancuck. Payla 219 Haney, Jolene Haney, Karl Hanl-uns, Huy 219 Hankma, Shurlex 215! Hanks. Stephen Hanna. ,Inhn Hanna. Mary 219 Hanna. Nick 219 Hannah, Bruee 219 Hanmlln. Damel 2151 Hannlng. Rnd Hannsz. Cary 219 Hannsz, Casey 219 Hanau,Jm1 127 Hanson. Patrick Hans-rn. Steve 219 Hapf. Uenmx 122 Harbau gh. Ilanrel Harben. Dana Harben. Dxanna Harbour. Rusty 219 Hardne. Karin llll Hardie. Ste-Ian Hardrn, Brad 411, 121. l27, 219 Hardzn. Jennrler Hardm.V1ck1 Harding, William 219 Hardman. Becky 219 Hardwxuk, ,lackle Hardy. Hunger 143, 219 Hardy. Kenneth Hardy, Lynne 1524. 2l9 Hardy, Mary Lnu 267 Hargravea. lfryulal Hargreaves. Deborah 22U Hargrnve. Janlfer 221! Hargrnve, Mn-helle Harkrns. Kathleen Harlak, Greg 22I1 Harlan. Je-Hrey Harlln. Huhyn 29, 128, 220 Harlow, Kelly 220 Harman.Sam1 l2fl, 154,164,220 Harmnn, Linda 2:11 Harned, Lynell 221! Harness. Mark 2241 Harper, Jrmmx' 220 Harper. Marlnn Harper. Todd 119. 220 Harrell, Becky 220 Harrell, Christi 220 Harrell, Cynthra 40. 15-1. 220 Harrell , John Harrell, Wes 220 Harnngwn. Damel 40, 220 Harnngum. Gre Harrln nn F? gt .Juli :lu Harrington. Mane 220 Harnngtun, Michael 147, 220 Harrrngtun. Patnra Harnnglnn. Sabina 147 Harrmgtnn, Sean 142, 220 Harnngtun, Vellnda 40, 12-1, 127 Hama. Angela 220 Harns, Anthony 220 Hams. Cynthia Harris, Jana 220 Harns, Jason 220 Harms, Jemfer 220 Harns, Jolene 220 Harns, Kenneth 220 Hams. Kevm 221! Harris, Michael 220 Hams. Michelle 220 Hams, Preston 220 Harns. Randy 220 Harns, Roy 220 Hams, Steve 220 Harns, Thomas Harns, Vicki 124, 221 Harms, William 221 Harnson. Amy 221 Harrison, Billy 221 Harrison. Leslie 143. 221 Hamson. Lyndall 221 Harrxson, Melissa Hamann. Paula 144, 221 Harrlaon, Ralph Hamann. Tracy 221 Hart, David Han, Nancy 221 Hart, Peter 221 Han, Tamera l2U. 221 Hartgraves. Mom Hartgrove. Jill 221 Hartman. David 221 Hartman. Debbie Hartman. Michael 221 Hartman, Rnbrn 221 Harvey. Dorothy Harvey. Nancy Harwell, Charesa 221 Hasert, Donna 221 Hash, Gene Hassell, Cyndi Hastey, Donna Hasungs. Kim 221 Hasty,Trar1e 22l Hatcher. Robert l-87, 221 Hatchet. Kim 221 Hatfield. Gayla 221 Hathaway. Neal Hatler. Jan 221 Haubrich. Mark 221 Haufman. Vickie 127 Haught. Stephanie 221 Haver, Jamie 221 Havlak, Guy 221 Hawes. Lisa 221 Hawkins. Alisha Hawkms, Donald 221 Hawl-rms. Elva Hawkins. Grover Hawkins. Jay 221 Hawkins. John 221 Hawkuns, Tranel Hawks. Hayes. Hayes, Hayes. Mike 221 Hunter 221 Wayne Jim 147 Hays, Timothy Hayward, Luda Haywood, Angela 221 Head, Jerry 221 Head. Peggy 221 Head, Milton Heath, Daw 121 Heath. Edward Hehherl, Bmue 221 Hehben, Deanna Herk, Dale .521 Hernrr, Nlarrus Hedges. Tam l-Ur. 121 Hedman, Nlamn 221 Heflm, Hunnle Hellln, George 221 Heller, Alvin 221 Height, Karen 221 Helnalz, Jeffrey 221 Hemen Lynne Hvmen, Steven 221 Hema. Knstl Hexnze. Haruld 221 Hernze, T-vm Heyl, Tern Heller, Alun Helm. Kennelh Helmers, Cynlhxa 221 Helma. Mlke 221 Hemhy. Mana Hemmelxne,Dav1d Hemphrll. Cynthia 221 Henderann, Carulyn 221 Hendersnn, Came Henders-rn, Vynthxa Hendersnn, James 221 Henderson, ,leb 221 Hendersnn, Karen 221 Hendr-mln. Mark 221 Hendersun. Tracy 221 Hendley, Melayne 162. 221 Hendon, Terry Henclrnck. Benard 124. 140 Hendncks, Davxd 221 Hendrlcka, John Hendrlcks, Kellen 221 Hendrix. Chen Hendnx, James 129. 221 Hendnx, Mxchelle 221 Hendry. Leah 221 Hendry, Michael Henke. Karen Henkes, Marla 221 Hennecl-re.Can1-I 221 Hennmgtun. Michael 221 Henry. Barbara 221 Henry. Deanna Henry, Donna 221 Henry, Nanetle 221 Henry, Palrlck Henry, Ruben Henry. Shawn 221 Henry. Stephen 120, 222 Henry. Tobre 221 Henry. Yvonne l2l Henshneld. Curlm 222 Hensnn, Kumbra Heppard, Barbara 222 Herbert, Allan 222 Herbert, Brenda Herhst, Darla Herd, Larry Herm, Karla 222 Herman, Jay 152 Hernandez, Angelxra 222 Hernandez, Chnsue 222 Hernandez. Ernest 222 Hernandez, Juhn 222 Hernandez. Letma 222 Hernandez. Mxke Hernandez, Orlando 222 Hernandez, Pascual 222 lm Hernandez. Patncra l5U. 222 Hernandez, Ruare 222 Hernandez, Sandra Hernandez, Valentine 222 Hernandez, Ventura 222 Hernandez. Vman Hernandez, Wrllre Herndon. Molly 222 Herndon, Randall 222 Herndon, Rhonda Hemd.Nem1er 222 Hemdun, Russell 222 Herrera. Johnny 117, 1311, Herrera, Lynne 222 Herrera, Sandra 222 Herrera,Sylv1a 222 Herrm. Joseph 222 Herring, Davld Hernng. Jason 222 Herrmg, .Irm 222 Hernng, Kevm 222 Hernng. Peggy Hernngu,-n. David 222 Hernngmn. Larry Herrmann. Jaye 222 Hershherger. John 222 Herlel, Kevm 222 Hess. Kenneth 222 Hesaell, Deborah Heuertz, Ruger 222 Heumrer, Annette Hewell, Hilary Heyn. Lee 221 Heyn, Mrchael Hxbler. James Hrbler, Pete '33, 222 Hxckey, Lrsha 222 Hlrkey, Lycha 222 Hickman, William 222 H1rka.Jaye 222 Hrcka, Kevm 222 Hrrka. Palncla Hrcks, Paula 222 Hrcka, Randall 108. 222 Huck:-, Trmnthy 222 Hrgdnn. Debra Hrgdun. Homer 222 Hrggms. Russell 121 Higgms. Wrllram Hrgh. Russell 121 Hrghsnnth, Jamre 222 Hrghl. Sharmon 222 Hrghwwer, Jennifer 222 Hrghtower, Jerry Hildreth. Karen 222 Hill, Dana 222 Hill. David 222 Hill, Donna Hill, Jacquelme 22 222 273 Hill. Jennifer 227 Hill. John Hill. Joseph Hill, Kan 222 Hill. Kristi 222 Hill. Milton l-lill. Opal l-lill. Richard 222 Hiller, Susan Hlllier, Karl Hillin, Dana 222 l-lillis, Donald Htndman, Eric 1-16 Hinds. Dava 222 Hinds. Hettie 222 Hines. Terrell Hinkley. Eileen 1-linojos. Magda 1-linoyos. Yolanda Hmojosa- Elvia 222 Hinson. Jeiery 222 Hippe, Helen 222 Hipsher, Thomas 222 Hirschfelt. Craig Hxse. Lonnie 1.12. 2- Hitch, Lee 222 Hitchcock. William 222 Hin. Cheryl 1-13. 222 Hixon, Karen Ho, Yung-Fu Hobbs. Alice Hobbs. Darin Hobbs, John 124. 222 Hodge. Meshell 222 Hodnett. Thomas 200 Hoekcher, Lori 200 Hoelscher. Carl Hoelscher. Marianne 2110 Hoelscher, Pamla Hoevelman, Debra Zoo Hofacket, Shelly 200 Hofmann. Wayne Hogan, Bnan 223 Hogard, Mary 2221 Hogeda, Joann Hogeda, Rosa 223 -1-1 I-luhenberger. Melinda 22.1 Hohensee. Gregory 2211 Hohensee, Karen 154, 223 Hohensee, Paula 154, 223 Hoherlz. Lisa 223 Hohmann. Diane 2211 Hohmann. Wally 2211 Hulbert, John 122, 2221 Holcomb. David 128. 2221 Holcomb. Rebecca Holcla, Julie Holden, Patrick Holden. Shawn Holden, Stuart 140. 223 Holguin, Valerie Holik. Danny 223 Holik. Renie Holik. Tom Hollebeke. Rebecca Holley. Douglas 120. 223 Holley, Robert 119. 120, 223 Hollilield. Larry 223 Hollmig. Rebecca 1-mon, Melody 223 Holloway. Richard Holloway. Marshall Holloway, Trey 223 Hnllowell. Dawn 223 Howey. Douglas Howland. Thomas Hoyle. Scotty 2211 Hog-1, .li rainy Hrbacek. Tracy Hsiao, Jenny 223 Hsu. Maureen 223 Hsu. Meer-Ling Hubbard. Barbara 223 Hubbard, Drew 223 Hubbard. Joanne 223 Huckaby. Darren 223 1-luckaby. Trent 223 Huckaba, Sharon 223 Huddleston. Gerald Huddleston. Nancy Hudgens, Sherri Hudgins. Janet Hudgins. Scott 223 Hudman. Becky Hudson. Andrala 223 Hudson. Angela 223 Hudson. Clare 223 Hudson, Doris Hudson. Gordon Hudson. Kelli Hulf. Ray 22-1 Hutfman. Mark 224 Hutisletler, Sam 224 Huggins. David 224 Hughes. Brookie Hughes. Cathi Hughes. David 224 Hughes. Jackie 224 Hughes. Jana 224 Hughes, Julie 224 Hughes, Karen 136, 224 Hughes, Roddy Hughes, Shelly 224 Hughes, Sheryl 122. 146 Hughes, Timothy 224 Hughes. William 224 Hughlett, Robin 22-1 Hughston, Paul Huigens. Lawrence 22-1 Huisenga. Brenda 224 Huizar. Roger Huling. Lisa 224 Hullum. David 223 Hullum. George Hulse. Donald Hulse. Dwain Humes, Chnsti 22-1 Humphreys, Karen 224 Hunger, Hu 121. 22-l Hunger. Tim Hungsibmatee. Laddawan 224 Hunnicutt. Timothy 224 Hunt. D Hunt, K eanne 224 athenne 224 Hunt, Lois Hunt. Lyleann 224 Hunt. Rebecca 120. 224 Hunt. Virginia 116. 224 Hunter. Debra 161, 224 Hunter. Morris Hunter. Robert 22-1 Hunter. Samule 224 Hunter. Sylinda Huntley. Steven Huntsuc ker. Deborah Huntwork, Jeffrey 22-1 Hurdle, Paul 220 1-lolly. David Holmes, Eugene Holmgr en. Lynn 223 Holmgren, Wendy Holt, Bemie Holt, D eana 223 Holt. Leslie 223 Holt. Connie 223 Holt, Patrick Holt, Teresa Holton, Robert 2213 Holzgraf, Christian l-lonea. Sharon Hongsalrul. Panjarat 223 Hood, Steve Hood, Larry 223 Hoodenpyle. Lisa 121 Hooker. Kimberley 223 Hooker, Michael Hooker. Nancy Hooper Hooper Hooten . Kim 223 . Lauri .Ginger 1254, 159. 223 Hope, Richard 223 Hopkin Hopl-on l-lopkin 5, Douglas 21.1 5. James 108. 109, 223 s. 'loam 2221 Hopkins. Wade 21:1 Hopper. Kim Horeis, Paul Horne. Holly 223 Home, Jerry 2221 Horton. Craig 2221 Horton, John 143. 223 H--mm, Martha Z., .774 Horton, Robert 2231 1'-lorlnn,Shem Horwood. Linda 227 Hooght nn. Craig Houk. Keith 228 Hurley, Calley 121. 22-1 Huro, Jennifer 224 Huro, Joann 224 Hurst. Gregory 224 Hurst, Noel Hurt. William 224 Huston. Anthony Hutchins. Scott 225 Hutchinson Deborah '72 , ..-S Hutchinson. Melinda 119, 225 Huth, Allison 141, 225 Hutto, James 121. 225 Huyler. Kevin 225 Hyles. Kim 225 I Ibrahim, Lilian Ibrahim. Sanu 77. 225 lenatsch. Britt 225 lnabnet. Joseph 127, 128, 156. Inge. Charlotte Ingham, Dawn 225 Ingram, Mark 225 Inman, Sharon 225 lnyang, Okon 225 lovaas, Rodney 225 Irby. Bayless 225 lrvxn. Kelly living, James 225 Irwin, Judy 225 Irwine, James 124 lsham, Joe 1221, 1613. 225 llani. Mohamed 157 Ivey, Daid 264 J Jahlonski. Theresa Jacobs, Scott 225 Jacks. Jetfrev Jacques. Mary Ellen 225 Jackson. Atene 225 Jackson, Benny 225 Houpy. Theresa 2211 House. Brian House, Bun 22:1 House. Shaun 1218. 1319, 162. 223 Houston. Carla 222 Houston. Randy 222 Howard. David 1-1.1, 223 Howard. Mane 2211 Howard, Nancy Howard, Rebecca Howard, Scott 1371. 223 Howard. Tammy 121 Howard, Todd 223 Howard, Walter Howard, Warren Howell. David Howell. Dean Howell, Kathy 223 Howell, Michael 164. 223 1-flower. James Howerton. Billy 223 Howerwn, Lacy 223 Jackson. Barcy 225 Jackson. Darrel 121. 225 Jackson. Derrick 19.1, 225 Jackson, Diane 225 .1 acksnn Jackson . Ernie . George Jackson, Hazel Jackson. Henry Jackson. Jerry 225 Jackson. Joanna 22:1 Jackson, Karla Jackson, Kim 225 Jackson, Kim 225 Jackson. Lon 159, 225 Jackson, Marilyn Jackson. Rina Jackson, Sean 225 Jackson. Sheila 225 Jackson, Stacy 225 Jnv kson, Takoma 225 Jai kson, Shely 15, 225 Jacobs. Charlotte 225 Jaim, Rajesh Jaklewicz. Greg 225 James. Donna 225 James. Joe 225 James. Lisa James, Bryan James. Steven 225 Jameson, Brenda Jamieson. Robert Jamison, Dru Ann 64, 65. 15 Jamison. Mark Janczyk. David Jannarone. Pattie 225 Jara. Ernest 116. 225 Jaratjassada. Pasuk 225 Jarratt, Kimberly 225 J arvis. Jasso. Melissa 2115 Yolanda 225 Jeffcoat. Beverly Jetferson, Wilbert 225 JeB'reys. Susan Je6'ries, Esther Jenkins. Brent 29, 225 Jenkins, Dana Jenkins, Jerl 225 Jenkins. John Jenkins, Leland Jenkins. Marcus 132. 225 Jenkins. Nicholas 143. 225 Jenkins. Rachel 39. 120. 225 Jenkins, Randall Jenkins. Robbie 225 J enkin s, Stephen 225 Jenkins, 'Tkaci 225 Jenkins. Victor 225 Jennings, Deborah Jennings. Edward Jennings. Joy 225 Jennings. Larry 225 Jennings. Roxy Jennings. Sheila 225 9, 225 Jones. Rob 226 Jones, Rodney 226 Jones, Samuel Jones. Sandra 226 Jones. Shamone 226 Jones. Sherri Jones. Steven 121, 226 Jones, Terry 226 Jones. Theo 226 Jones. Thomas 226 Jordan. Daryl 226 Jordan. Kelly Jordan. Mary Jorgensen, Kerri 226 Joslin. Charles 226 Jost, Anthony 226 Jost. Lisa 226 Jost. Paul Jost. Sandra Jouett. Carol Joy. Terry Joyce. Kathryn 226 Juhl. Richard 225 Julian, Bradley 226 Jung, Chun 226 Jung, Matthew Jung, Sandra 226 Jurrius. John 226 Justice. Bonnie Justice. Tina 226 Justiss, Jay 130, 157 Juatiss. John K Kaaa. Renate 227 Kaase. Tammi 227 Kadlacek, Glenn 145. 227 Kafer. Jim Bob 227 Kail. Nicholas Kail. Shane 227 Kalaitzes. George 227 King. Rhea King. Rose King, Susan 228 King, Terry King. William 228 Kinne. Michael 228 Kinsey. Dawn Kinsey. Jacquelyn 228 Kinsey. Karolan 116 Kint. Richard Kirby. Bill Kirby. Hugh Kirby. Kara Kirby, Michael 228 Kirchhoi. Mark Kirk. Mary Kirk. Rachelle 228 Kirk. Regan 228 Kirkpatrick. Brian 228 Kirpach, John Kirtley. Penny Kiser. Gregory Kisor. Craig Kisor, Patti 228 Kissell. Meagan 118 Kissell.Me1issa 118 Kissko, Matthew Kitchens. Linsa 228 Kitsmiller, Jo 228 Kitsmiller. Marion Klar. Laurette 228 Klein, Deborah Klein. Keith Klein, Teresa 124. 228 Klement, Christine 228 Klepac. Carla 228 Kletter. Boyd 228 Kletter. Claudine 66. 129. 227 Kleypas, Kyle 228 Klinger. Kenneth 228 Klinpongsa. Kittipong 228 Klix. Keith 147 Jennings. Sonja Jennings. William 225 Jennison. Barbara Jensen, Kristie 225 Jessee. Judi 225 Jeter, Joseph Jetton, Sammy 225 Jewell. Larry 225 Jewell. Vicki 225 Jilam. Bilal 144. 157,225 Jiminez. Jerry 226 Jimenez. Juan Jimenez, Richard 121, 225 Jimerson, Alberta Jinnght. Kelly 67. 226 John. Brock 226 John, Hadyn Kamas. Suzie 227 Kane, Paul 227 Kandou, Ridwan 157, 227 Karim. Shomela Karschner. Jane 227 Kasberg. Samule 227 Kassay. Ken 129, 227 Kaufman. Christa Kearns. Jeff 227 Kearns. Tina 227 Keating, James Keating. Patricia 227 Keating. Todd 121, 227 Keefer, John Keel, Kay 227 Keeling. Gregory 227 Keeney, Luida 227 Klobucar. Catherine Klobucar, Thomas Klose. Klose, Leanne Sheila 228 Knapp. Debbie 228 Knebel, Dorothy Knebel, Kent Knebel, Kitty 228 Knebe l, Sharon Kneese. Bryan 228 Knepp. Carolyn 228 Knepp. Christi 228 Knepp. James KniHen, Barry 228 Knight. Gregory Knight, Jennifer 228 John, Jacob 226 Johnson, Alicia 226 Johnson, Calvin 226 Johnson, Clark Johnson. Connie 226 Johnson. David 226 Johnson. Devery 226 Johnson. Donald 87, 99 Johnson, Dub 226 Johnson. Frank 93. 226 Johnson, Hazel Johnson. Holly 71 Johnson. Jacquelyn 226 Johnson, Janet 226 Johnson. Jerry 226 Johnson, Jo Johnson, Joan 226 Johnson. Kavin 226 Johnson. Kenneth 226 Johnson. Lisa Johnson, Marcelyn Johnson. Margaret Johnson. Marie Johnson. Mark 121, 226, 266 Johnson. Melissa 226 Johnson. Michael 226 Johnson, Randall Johnson, Rebekah 226 Johnson, Ricky 226 Johnson, Stephen 121, 226 Johnson, Stephen C. 226 Johnson. Tammy 226 Johnson, Terri 226. 266 J ohnson, Johnson, Walter 226 Johnston. David 226 Johnston. Jerry Sr Johnston, Jerry Jr Johnston, Jill Johnston. Suzanne 1117 Johnston. Walter 1-48 Joiner. Danna 226 Joiner. Sue 226 Jolly. JeHery 226 Jolli, Lori Jonas, Lanny 226 Jonas. Michael Jones. Amy 226 Jones, Amy 226 Jones. Angela 226 Jones. Carol Jones, Carlton 226 Jones, Charles 226 Jones. Cheryl Jones. Daniel 226 Jones, Debra 48. 49, 151. 226 Jones, Dwight Jones, Edward Jones, Elizabethe 61 Jones, Ernest Jones. Gary Jones, Jay 61 Jnnes.Jenni1'er 121 Jones. Jerry 226 Jones. Jim Jones, Joanna Jones. Josh 29. 226 Jones. Joy Jones. James Jones, Kenneth 36. 149, 263 Jones. Kerry 226 Jones. Kimberly 226 Jones, Kimberly G. 226 Jones, Margery Jones. Mike 89. 99. 100. 226 Jones. Jones. Jones. Ray Rebecca 127. 141. 226 Richard Valsine 64. 65, 137. 159, 226 Keesee, Tony 227 Keeton. James 227 Keith, Laura Kelch, Pamela 227 Keller. Lisa 227 Kelly. Dm 227 Kelley. Kelvin 227 Kelly. Daniel Kelly, Dawn 227 Kelly. Jessie Kelly. Kerry Kelly, Lisa 227 Kelly, Mark Kelly. Nancy Kemp. Dale 227 Kemp. Earl 227 Kemp. Earl Kemp, Jeffrey Kemp. Kenneth Kemp. Philip Kenan, Shamette 227 Kendzora. Mark Kennedy. Allen 227 Kennedy. Douglas 227 Kennedy. Glenn 227 Kennedy. Russell 227 Kent. Anna Kent, Janis 227 Kent. Perry 227 Kent. Robert 125. 227 Kerbow. Susan 227 Kemion, Charles Kerr. John 227 Kerr. Melissa 227 Kershner. Margret Kessler. Joseph Kesterson. Peggy 227 Kettle. Tonya 125. 227 Key. Cheryl Key, Larry 121 Key. Leland 227 Key. Lynn 227 Key. Robert 133 Key. Roy Kidwell. Patnck 227 Kiefer, Carlene Kiefer. Craig 227 Kieke, Deborah Kieser. Kevin 227 Kiesling. Michael 40, 119. 141, 227 Kiesling. Sheryl 227 Kietesamutthara. Maleerut Keith, Lance 227 Keith. Lateshia 227 Kieth. Terry Kiker, Lateshia 227 Kilby. Thomas 227 Killough. Ronnie 145, 227 Kilpatrick, Charles 227 Kim, Tony 227 Kimbrell. Edward 227 Kirnzey, Gregory 154 Kin, Adela 227 Kincheloe. Pamela 227 King, Angelia 227 King. Anthony King, Betsy King, Beverly 227 King. David 147, 227 King, Deann 227 King. Douglas 227 King, Elaine King. Emily 15, 33. 67. 128. 129, 130, 227 King. Jerry King. Kathryn 136. 227 King. Kenneth 227 King, Kim 227 Ki.ng, Kimberly 227 Knight. Melinda Knight. Rodger Knight. Vickie 228 Knoesel, Cheryl 228 Knopp. JeErey 132, 228 Knowles, Catherina 228 Knowles. David Knowles. Khadi 37 Knowlton. Robert 228 Koch, Brett 228 Koch. Charles 229 Koch, Kathryn Kochanski. Constance 130. 157, 229 Kodiyan. George Koelsch. Gary Koen. Anna Koenig. Margie 229 Koenig, Patsy Koger. Phillip 229 Kohler. David 121. 229 Kolodziej. Mary Kolodziejcmk, Karen Konaghan, Karla 229 Koonts. John Koonts, Todd 229 Koshalendra 229 Kothmann. James Kothmann. Susan 229 Kothmann, William 229 Kotsch, Jo Kottler. Lisa 131. 136 Kovach, Olive Kovaric, Lu Ann Kozel. Karen Kraft, Edward Kramer. Helen 229 Kramer. Kendalia Kramer. Tilly 229 Kraus. Cynthia 229 Kraus, Gregory 121, 229 Kraus. Margaret 229 Krause. Douglas Kretschmer, Don 176 Krezer. Todd Kroboth. Frank Krolczyk, Eric Krout, Lily Krueger. Denette 229 Krueger, Geneva 229 Kruppa. Faye 229 Kruse, Pamela 229 Kmse. Randy 229 Kruse. Ray 229 Kruse, William Kuhlmann, Stephen Kuhn, Timmy 229 Kuker. Lisa 229 Kulhanek. Anthony 117, 121, 229 Kuopus, Dawn 229 Kuykendall. Patricia 229 Kuykendall, Rebeca 229 Kvapil. Janice 229 Kvapil. Vicki 229 Kwast. Andrew Kwast. Rusty 229 Kynor. Suzette 229 Kyzar. Mike L Lafon. Tommy 162 La Foy, Gloria Lackey. Kay 118 Lackey, Pamela 154, 229 Lacy. Cynthia 81, 229 Lacy. Viki Lafun. Tommy 229 Laird. David Laird. Matt 229 lake. Michelle 229 Lalone, Michael 229 Lalone, Richard 229 Lambert. Leonard 229 Lamkin, Alfred Lamphere, Kim 40 Lamphere, Scott 2129 Lancaster, Butch 229 Lancaster, James Lancaster, Julie 229 Land. Teresa Landgraf. Max 229 Landon. Rhonda 229 Landry. Mitchell 127 Landry. Sharon 229 Lane. Danny 131, 132. 229 Lane. Gina 40. 229 Lane. Kiersta 229 Lane. Patrick Lanear. Bill 132 Lanford. Michael 229 Lang. Sabrina Lang. Sandra Lange, Bmce Langford, Stephanie Lang1s. Margaret Langley, Vrcwr Langston, Amy 229 Langston. Martha 229 Langston. Melinda Langawn. Stephanie 229 Lanham, Jill 229 Lanler. Douglas 229 Lamer. Wrlliam 229 Lanning. Larry Lannon. Christopher 229 Lanouette, Davxd Lanser. Scott 229 Lara. Michelle 229 Lara, Paul Laracuente, Blanca 229 Larkm. Norman Larsen, Byron 229 Larsh. Linda 229 Larson, Suanne 229 Larson, Virginia Lasater. Connell 2129 Lasslter. Dons Lassiter, Lea Ann 229 Laswell. Susan 229 Latham, Allen 229 Latham. Elizabeth 119. 147. 229 Latham. Julie 229 Laurence, Kimberly Laurence. Kimberly Laurence. Sandra Lawhon, Margaret 229 Lawlis, John 229 Lawlrs, Penny 229 Lawrence, Joe 119, 229 Lawrence. Laura Lawrie. Jetfrey 229 Laws, Zanes 229 Lawson. Donald Lawson. Karen 229 Lawson. Terri 229 Lay, Brabara 229 Lay, Davella Lay, Lisa 229 Layton. Charles 229 Le, Cuong 229 Leach, Gregory 229 Leach. Kevin 229 Leach, Lynn 229 Leach. Norma Leal, Ruth Leal. Senaida 229 LeBlanc, Amy Ledbetter. Billy 132 Lee. Charles Lee, Jo Anne Lee, Kent 154 Lee. Laurie 229 Lee. Patricia Lee. Rebecca 229 Lee. Hehbecca Jane 229 Lee, Ruby 154 Lee, Sherry Lee, Tina 229 Leeder. Craig 132 Leeder. Richard 229 Leeper, Peter Leggett, Jelfrey Lewis. Lmda Lewls. Mark 2130 Lewis, Pamela Lewrs. Sharon Lewis. Todd 2211! Lewrs. Vanlta 160. 161 Lewsader, Vicki 230 Lreverman, Linda Lightllmt, Brenda 2210 Lightfoot, Jo Lrgnn, Richard 2210 Lin. Jyhshrun 2210 Llnch, JeE' 2110 Linch. Mark Linderman. Mary Lmdley, Becky Lindley, Carla Lindqvlst. Karin Lrndaay. Ray Lindsey. Stephanie Lmehan, Adam 2210 Linehan. Keith Lmn, Dennis Linn, Jimmy 125, 2210 Lmtz. Dirun Lipsey, Charles Lisewsl-ry. Lrsa 97 Lrttle, Denise 2210 Little. Mrehael 2110 Little. Tern 230 L1u.Jau-Yarn 230 Lloyd. Catherine Lloyd, Rodney 121, 14 Lo. Shao Elng 230 Loafman. Lee Ann Lock, Carla Locke, Jason Locket, Lrnda 230 Lockwood, Kathleen 1 Loden. Mary Laelfler. Charles 2210 Lol. Mark 2210 Laftln, Cheryl 230 Logan, Betty 230 Logan, Tim 138. 2110 Loh. Wisdom Luhse, Chrlslynn Lohse. Darla 119, 230 Lomas. Ricardo 230 Lomas. Sandra 51 Long. Eugene Long, Don '230 Long, Kay Long. Kelly Long. Larry 2110 Long, Leslie 2310 Long. P Carla 230 Long, Phyllis Long. Rlckle 230 Long. Ronnie 230 Long. Sabrina 230 Long, Steven Long. Tanya 141, 230 Long. Wayne 121 Longfellow. Scott 230 Longley. Kyle 230 Longley, Rodney Longoria, Richard Lanka. Susan 2210 Looney. Lana Lonsxer. Odrs 230 Loper. Bobby 230 Loper. Cheryl 230 Loper. Judy 230 Loper. Mary 230 Lopez, Anthony Lopez. Armando 2110 Lopez, Carolyn Lopez, Cynthia 280 Lopez, Eliberto 230 Lopez, Elsa Lopez, Joe 230 Lopez. Leticia 230 Lupez. Lmda Lehmann, Twila Lehr. Sally Lehr, Susan Leifest., Ellis 229 Leinweber. Kimberly 229 Lemen. Rebecca 116. 229 Lemming, Michael 138. 162. 229 Lemons, Donna 229 Lenhart, Richard 229 Lenhart.. Richard 229 Lennartz. Kathy Lennon, Troy 229 Leonard, Connie Leonard. Perry 229 Lopez. Maria Lopez, Martin Lopez. Michael 230 Lopez. Ricky 230 Lopez, Rita 118, 2210 Lopez. Ray Lopez. Sylvia Lopez, Teresa 230 Loprtakwung, Somyod Lorance. John Lou. Barbara 123 Loudamy, Dacia 122 Love. Andy 230 Love. Gary 230 Love, Mary 230 Love, Nancy Love, Richard 230 Love. Wayne Lovelace. Michael 230 Lovell, Charles Lovell. Darla '230 Lovett. 'Pisa 121 Luce. Leonard, Russell 229 Lepak, Diane 229 Lerch. Mary Lessard, Lori 136, 229 Lesaor. Elizabeth Lester. Melissa 229 Letcher, Rikke 229 Letsinger. Cash 229 Leminger. Gary Levens, Jeirey 230 Leventen, Victoria 230 Levesque. Michael 146 Levrier. Yvonne Lewallen, Bobbie Lewallen, Gary Lewallen, William Lewe1len,Joannie 230 Lewellen. Noble Lewellen. Rusty 230 Lewis. Cathy 143. 230 Lewis. Cheryl 121, 151 Lewis. David Lewis. Dennis 129, 131. Lewis. Douglas 132, 230 Lewis. Elizabeth 130, 230 Lewis, Gay Lewis, Helen Lewis, Jed' 230 Lewis, Jefferson 230 Lewis, Jimmy 230 Low. Phillip 230 Lowe. Tamara 2"lU 7, 2110 21. 230 Lowery, Mary Lowrance, Melissa 137 Lowry, Mary 140 Loyd. David Lozano, David 122, 113 Lozano, Jenny 231 Lucas, Corky 129 Lucas, Jorge Pamela Luckett, Joe 231 Ludlow, Edward 231 Luera. Mildred 2211 Lugo, Adam 231 Lujan, Sammy Luker, Deborah 231 Luker. Virginia Lumpkin, Eric 231 Luna. Margarita Lunan. Michael 231 Lunsford, Sandra Lupton. Charleen Lutes, Medea Luther, Deborah Luther, Leslie 231 Luther. Sheri Lutz, Charles Luvaul, Irene 230 Lux, Roger 231 0. 164, 230 Lykins. Pamela 2111 Lynch. Frances 2111 Lynch. .lohn 155. 2211 Lynn. Michelle Lynn, Robert 2:11 M Maaske. Barbara 2211 Mabry, C hns 2211 Mace, .lon 2211 Mactlillvray, Bnan 2211 Maeiejew Macltarg. slu. Teresa .lnvce 2111 Madan 1. Seyed Madden, Madden, Maddox, Madd- rx. Madxsun. David 2111 Prxde 2211 Peggy 2511 'lbdd 2211 Ann 2111 Madrxnn, Ehzaheth Madry, Klmberly 2211 Maes. Lee 1210 Magee. B rnlla Mahan. Anthnny 2211 1 Mahken, Mrchael L211 Mahler, Lrsa 2111 Maier. Kelly 2211 Marlhml. Barbara Majors. Kelley 2211 Majors, Llaa 2111 Makary, Mamduug 2111 Makres. Paulmea Maldunadn. Bertha 2:11 Maldonado. ,lavrer 2211 Maldonandn. M-.mea Malik. Mary 2111 Malkowskr, Grave Mallory, Samuel Malone, Carl 2112 Malone. Lurena Malstrnm. Jun 2212 Manes, Val Mann. Ralph 2212 Manning. Bridgette 2112 Manning, Tracy Manshlp, Marcia Manuel, George 232 Maples. Michael 2212 Marberry, Davnd Marchant. Cam 124, 2212 Marecek. Scutt Mann, Aseneth 2112 Marlon. Melissa 2212 Markham. Charla 40, 1-11,2212 Marlar, Chanssa 2212 Marlar, Scott 2212 Marlm, John Marquart. Nadine Marquez, Antumrl 127, 150, 2212 Marquez, Elizabeth 2112 Marquez. Lyndon 127. 1110. 131. Marschall. Joyce 2212 Marsh, Shelby Marshall, Terr Mamn. Bobbi 40. 125. 127, 232 Martm, Bryan 232 Martm. Carul 162. 232 Martrn,Carr1e 1217, 2212 Martin. Constance 232 Martin. Elizabeth Martin, Ellen Martm, James 122. 232 Martrn,Jenn1fer Martrn, Jill 232 Martm. Juhn 232 Martrn, Julie Mart1n.Kn-n 1111. 1217 Mamn, Larry 2212 Martin. Mark 133 Martin, Mary Martin, Ollie Martm, Rebecca 232 Martm, Rhonda 2112 Martin, Rxchard Martrn. Robert 2212 Martin. Run 232 Martin. Shelly 2212 Martm, Steven Martm.Tam1232 Martm. Vaughn 232 Martm, Vicki Martnnl William 2212 Martindale. Shawna 2212 Martmee, Crssy 233 Martxnec, Joe Martmec, Lea Martmez. Adnana 140. 141, 2321 Martinez Martinez Martinez ,Cynthia 127. 1421, 2213 . Cynthia Yvonne 233 , Eliazar 233 Martmez, Harvey 140, 233 Martmez, Jose Martmez, Juventlnn Martmez, Kathenne 2321 Martinez, Loretta 233 Martinez, Luis 233 Martinez, Manuela Martmez, Mary Martmez, Noel 233 Martinez, Ramon 233 Martmez. Ramon Marces 2213 Martmez, Rebecca Martinez. Richard 233 Martmez. Hockey 233 Martinez, Samuel Martmez. Trno 2213 Martinez, Trina Martmez, Victor 150. 233 Maskill, Corby Mason. Lon 193. 233 Massey. Donald 124. 132, 2213 Masters, Gary 132, 233 Mata. Ruben 233 Math. Nada Mathews, Jody 233 Mathews, Lester 2321 Mathews, Louise 233 Mathews. Tony 99, 1209. 233 Mathias, Charles Mathias, Kenneth Mathias. Pauline Mathias. Peggy 233 Mathis, Derrick 2233 Mathis, Dow 154, 233 Mathis. Lela 233 Mathos, Gregory 233 Matlock. Craig 233 1.1.1, 2212 Matta, Tl .ma-. Matthews. Matthews. Lester Luurae Mallhrest-n,l1enrme 21121 Matth1a,JetTrey2I12l Mauldrn, l lelrnrah 1114. 145 Maulrlln, Marv 23111 Maxwell, Barbara 21121 Maxwell, t Maxwell, l 'hrlstr 211.14 ,ance Maxwell, R--hr-rt 2.111 May, Hrran 75 May, Gavla 221.1 May. .lrll 21l21 May, .lunlyn May. Kam lvn 22121 Maver,1-1-lnnxe lam lf-21, 2'1 Mayes. lee 2121 Mayes, la Mayes, Sh le erry 95 Mayfield, llahura 211.1 Mayl1eld,Steven 22121 lvlavpnle. Gwendnlvn 2111 May. Menet 211.31 Mazur, An n Mazur. Sandra MtAdamS, MrAdams. 1Vlt'Adarns-l. McAnally. Pamela Stephame HS, 1219, 2.16 Thnrnas Karla McAnully, Vharlutte McBee, Krrstl 2216 McHnCle, Mxc hael 2116 Mclirnum, Walter 2116 Mcf'ahe. Bredda ' Mc-Cabe, Kelly 2116 McCabe, Mrchelle 2216 McCabe, Mrchelle 2216 Mcfabe. Melissa 2116 Mefalirey, Patrlek 2316 MCCaig. Delbert 144 MCCa1n, Janet McCann, ,lo McCall, Jnhn 2216 McCall. Lon 2216 Mrffalllster. Mary Mdfammun, Marty 2216 Mcfandless, Glenda 2216 Mcfanlres. Mark 2216 McCarg, Delbert Md'arg, Delbert 2216 McCarey, Kevrn 2216 MeCarsnn, Gerry 2216 McCars0n, Wlllram 2216 McCarty,Cec1l1a 2116 McCarty, Debra McCarty. James 2216 Me1'arty. Jesse 2216 McCarty. Randall 152, 2116 Mvfasland. Pamela 2116 McCaughan,Jul1e 2216 McChesney, Jnhn 2116 McCla1r. Tony 2216 McCleery. Karen McClellan, Alta Mcflrntuck, Sandra McCl0y. Cynthia 236 McClung. Mark 2216 McClung, Sandv 2116 McClure. Brant 236 McClure, Janrce McClure. Pamela 2216 McClure, Rebecca 2216 McCollum. Becky 236 McCollum, Vlrl-rl 2116 McCuneght, James 235 McCnrd. Dafana MeCurkle.Edd1e 2116 MCC'nrm1rl-r, Amy MfC..mm1r, Jedrey use Mcfuv, Cheryl 140, 236 Mefuy, Ray 7 MeCraw, Davnd 2115 McCrea, Mark MeCulluch, Eva 2216 MrCulluugh. Mary 236 McCune. Edward 2216 Mctfurdy, James MeCutchenn. Susa 2216 Mtfutchln, Sharon 2215 McDaniel. Danny 236 McDamel, John 2216 MCDanrel, McDanrel2 Michael 236 Thomas 236 McDonald. Cnstr 2216 McDonald. Genny 2136 McDonald. James McDonald. Jefflery 236 McDonald, Jerry 2216 McDonald. Melody 127, 13 -me McDonald. Sandra 236 McDonald, Shel McDonald. Steven 236 McDonald. Terry 2216 McDonald. Timothy McDonell, Deborah McDougall. Kaye 9. 16, 61. l 8 McDowell, Melrssa 118. 140. 2116 McDowell, Ten'y 236 Mcllachem, Carol 236 McElroy, Mary 2:16 McEnrue, Mrcheal McFad1n. Marvxn 236 McFarland, Darlene 237 McFarland, Karen McFarland, Sharon McFaul. Cath: 237 McGarvey, Carol 237 MeGary, Richard 2117 McGee. Edward 2217 McGehee. Kevln 237 McGill. Michael 237 Mt-Gonagrll, Pattr 2217 McGovern, Rebecca McGovern. Steven 237 McGowan, Ehzabeth McGowan. Janet McGowan, Cynthra 2217 McGowen, Jody 237 McGow1n,J11l McGregury, Gregory 237 McGuf5n. Karla McGuire, Charla McGuire, Dennis 237 McGuxre. Melame 237 1 1117, 142.1581 Nlcflurre, Mrchael 277 Mtflulre, Mrchael K 2.17 M111-nre, Shawn 2,17 Mt Horse. Rickey ., W, Nlnldltlrse. mntt ..,, Mtlntnsh,1'lenjamln 2227 Mclver. McKee. Hradley -lil, 144 217 Snlvra McKennev. Betta MtrKmnek. Kyle 1111 MvKrnnej,', Kevm Ula "' 2X1cKrrlne3.-, M111 lla? Nl: Kinney, Ver-ln nl McKlnnr:-, vlelfrey 227 MrK1'2+-uk, Vu lu 517 2X1rKnrght, Vharlr- 2217 M:Kl1rghl.K::v217 Mfl.axn,f'lr1l 2.17 Mtl.axn, llnnalrl Mvl1ar1ghl1n.1l:nla 2217 MLl,aurln, .lun 2217 M1111-an, llrluglar- 121 1217 Mc'l.ean,11r.1n! 2.17 Mclean, Sheryl 2217 Mn l,r1sas. Debra M1 Mahnn, Frederrflfr ..,, lVlf'Mah1rn,.lmeph 21h MtMah4ln, Marla 217-1 Mm Mann, Marx Mt Manu-., Terranfe 22134 ,,,,, Mtklenamv. -lamea lylwlklenamv, lenmler Mrfklxllan. Lame llld. 1119 ML'M1llan. Teddy Mcfvlxnn. llema 117, 21111 NlcMul1an,V1x1an Mt Murray, Wade 2.18 5.1rNahb, Htete 214: MtNauahtnn Nanvy McNaughmn Paula 118 MLNeaae. Hndnev MtNeelv.1'1lurtney 221H MtNutt, Mark 2215 MtPherf.nn. Rrthard McQursll.n, llenrns Mcllevnnlds. Vhrrstuphe McRnrey, Jr Larry 22495 McShan. Bnnnre McShan, Mxshelle 211:-1 Mchlherry. Heather 2315 MtSherry, Jerry MeSherry, Mary r McWhorter, IV James 2R15 lVlcWrll1ams.4falvm McWrIlrams.l'hr1s Mt'Wlll1ama.f'hr1sty 2.1251 McW1ll1ama,Denn1s 21111 McWrll1ams1 Meaclrlr, Dana ... Meadar. Harold 21111 Meadnr, Randal Meadnr. Stacy 23.1 Meadnws. Kelth 22111 Mead-nas. Kendall Mead-ms. Kevrn Sherry ld '1'1'1 Medellm. Enrxque 128. 22 Medina, Lenexa Medhn. Roy 2313 Med.:-ann. Alma Meece, Curtxa Meere, Patrxrk 2217 Meek. Janrce Meek. Rnbert 21111 Meeks. John 2311 Mehta, Sanjay 211.1 Merer, James Merer. Leslxe Mena, Grlda 2.111 Me1ra,Pahln Mejla. Pnrfirru 21121 Met1a.Steve 233 111 Melendez. Yolanda 21, 1221. Meler. James 22121 Mel.-tt. James 22121 Melntt. .lnhn 2213 Melton, Davrd Meltun, Paul 1212, 1.111 Menchaca. Alvm Menchaca. Ernest 22121 w 22121 Menchara. Rreardtv 127. 128, 2321 Mendez, Jesus 21121 Mendoza. Llnda 22121 Mendoza, Mamna 22111 Menduza, Mary Menzea, Wade 21121 Mennn. Anrl Menun. Arun Mercer. Candace Mereer, Laune 2321 Merchant. Rlta 2114 Merkel. Rhonda Merkel. Klmberly Mernll. Pamela 2234 Merriman. Ronnie 234 Mentt. Teresa 2214 Mertz. Mrchael 121 Mesa, Donna 2214 Messbarger, Edward 234 Metfalf, Carrath 2114 Metzger, Mark 234 Meza, Amelra Mrcale. Jean Mane 160, 161 Michaels, Chnsmpher 2214 Mrchaels. 'lbdtl 234 Mrchalewrez. Paul Mrchel. Darlene 234 Mrckelsnn, Charles Mnckelson, Chns 2214 Mrckelsan, Kerry Mrckleson, Chna 1112, 144 Mlekle, Sally 40. 2214 Mrddlekauf. Donna 234 Mrddleton, Lesa 2114 Middleton, Ronda 234 Mrkeska, Bradley 234 M1keska.Brett 2:14 Mikulrk. David 234 Mtlam. Earl 139. 234 Mllbourn, Cums Miles. Coy 234 Mtley. Michael Milfnr. Ronnre Millztanu, Ju1ret234 Miller. Alan Miller. Alisa Miller. Alisa 275 Mills. Miller. Andrew 1134 Miller. Brett 1-17 311111-r,t'arxl2S-1 Nl1ller,t'ynth1a .. "'i4 R11ller,Er1c 119. 1112. 2114 Miller, Gina Miller. James 132. 234 M1ller..lames G 23-1 Miller, James 31 Miller, Kelley Miller. Kim Miller, Louise 11.1-1 Miller, Miriam 234 Miller. Patricia Miller, Patruia Miller. Phyllis Miller, Robert 234 Miller, Robert W hllller, Rodney li-1, 193, fd-4 Miller, Ronny 23-1 Miller. Scott 2114 M1ller.Sharun 234 Miller. Sharon K Nlillican, Joey 234 Milligan, Mark 121, 2114 M ills. Nl ills. Mills, Carlos 234 Catricxa 1111, 119, 2114 Daphne 211-1 Mills. Janet 116. 119. 23-1 Mills. Jo Ann William 231 Peared Ptings Milner. Robert Nlims. Robert 234 hlinick, Patricia 23-1 Minick. Randall 234 Nl1nnxck,Garry 2114 ftlmor,Ja1me Minor, Richard 2114 Minton, Randall 2214 Minzenmag er. Shamone Mn-duski. Carolyn Itlmduski. Mark Miranda. Freda 234 5l1tchell,Anthnny Mitchell. Christina 234 M1tchell.Corraine 151 Mitchell, Jamie Mitchell, Michael 234 Mitchell, Stacy 2214 Mitchell, Teresa 234 Mitchell, Theresa Mitchell, Wanda 23-1 Mitts. Sharon 2514 Niize. Jenny Mxze. Jr Bxllyiil-1 Moblex. Thomas 2214 Modgling, David '23-1 Mohler, Shirley. 234 Mohler, Susan 2114 Muir, James Molina. Cynthia Stnlitnr, Patncia Mnnd. Todd 234 Monreal, Diane 234 Monroe, Leesa Monroe. Stephanie 234 Montag. James 234 Muntalvo, Carmela 234 M-mtemayor, Chnsiy 234 Montenegro, Patncia Montes, Claude Montes, Louise Montel. Alicia Montez, Glons Morris, Jill 15, 137, 2115 Morris, Kathy 1146, 2115 Morris, Kim Morris, Randy Morris. Terry 121, 235 Morris, Willie 235 Morrison. Aaron Morrison, Cheryl Morrison, Randy Morrison, Rotce Morrison. Sheryl 2115 Mornss. Louise 235 Morrissey, Earl 235 Murrow, Henry 235 Morrow, Meredith 40, 235 Murrow, Patricia Morse, Gilbert 2215 Morton, Donna Moseley. Beverly 235 Moser, Kenneth Moser. Ronald Moss, David 235 Moss. Michael 2115 Mussell, David 235 Mossier, Jacqueline 235 Mussell, Michael Musty, Carl 235 Mota, Elma Muta, Jacques 2115 Mules, Sharron 235 Mutt, Charles Mutt, Kirk 138, 2115 Moulton, Thomas 235 Muunce. Cynthia ' Mounts. Jeffrey 2215 Moutry, Sharon 235 Moya, Michael 235 Muegge. Mark 1235 Mueller. Patrick Mullen. Barbara Mullen. Christopher Mullen. John Mullins. Carolyn Mullins. David Mullins, Justin Mullins. Rhonda 235 Mullins, Steve Mullins. Tawney 136. 235 Mulnix, Timothy 235 Muncey, Mario 235 Mund, Todd Muniz, Orlando 235 Monoz, Daniel 51. 235 Munoz. Dora 235 Munoz, Joe 150.1135 Munoz. Jorge Munoz, Kathy Munoz, Margaret 235 Munoz, Martha 235 Munoz, Mary Munsell, Greg 2115 Munson, Penny Murchison, Johnny 235 Murchison, Rebecca 235 Murdoc Murph. h. James Jody 235 Murphey, John 116 Murphy, Cynthia Montgomery, Kendall Montgomery, Lisa Mooney. Stephen Mooney, Scott 23-1 Mooney, Tina Moore . Adrian 234 Moore, Alan 110, 234 Moore, Angela 40, 67 Moore. Barrett Moore, Bobby Moore, Christopher 235 Moore . Connie 235 Moore, Dana Moore, Darrell 235 Moore , Deborah Moore, Eddy Moore, Emestine Moore, Glenn 235 Moore. Herbert Moore, Jon Moore. Karen 235 Moore. Kerri 2115 Moore, Leslie Moore. Lisa 235 Moore, Lynnette 129, 1510, 151 Moore . Marc 235 Moore, Marla 235 Moore , Patricia 235 Moore. Rebecca 235 Moore, Robert Moore. Scott 235 Moore, Sherri 235 Moore, Steven Moore. Vivian Moore, William Moorman, Julie 2715 Moosher. Nicholas Morale. Juan 235 Morales, Leroy 235 Morales, Lisa Morales. Reginad 2215 Moran, Anthony 143 Moran. Donald Moran, Marcia 235 Moran, Thomas 235 Moran. Tony 235 Moreno. Veronica 2115 Morgan. Donna Morgan. Elbert 235 Morgan, Jack Morgan, Susanne Morgan, Trey 235 Monn, Andrew 235 Munn. Guadalupe Monng, James Moring. Meg 235 Moms, Amy 235 Morris, Bradley 235 Moms, Charlotte 143 Morris. Jeirey 235 276 Murphy, Edwina 235 Murphy. Sally 235 Murphy, Sean 235 Murphy. Thomas 125. 235 Murray, Diane Murray, Roger 235 Muse, Arthur Musser, Lisa 123, 164. 235 Myers, Susan Myers, Tammy Myrick, Robert Mynck, Joy 235 Myrick, Linda 235 N Nabors, Tammy Nahas, Susan 238 Nayar, Sabas Najera. Billy 2118 Nadagawa. Naomi 238 Nakagawa, Trimoko 155, 157. Nance, Deborah 238 Nance, Richard 29 Nanez. Daniel 143, 238 Nations. Libby 238 Natfa. Anita Natlor. Mark Neva, David 15 Nazworth, Daniel 29, 238 Nazwnrth. Susan 238 Neagle, Lori 238 Neal, Charles I24, 238 Neal, Connie Neal, Kyle 238 Neal, Lisa 238 Neeley, Stephen 147, 238 Neeley. Viva 238 Neeper. Bradley 238 Neeper, Cynthia Neeper, Russell 145 Negley, Robert 238 Nehring, Kara 233 Neill, Debra 238 Neill, Mike 238 Neill. Shannon 121, 127, 238 Nielson, Todd 132 Neiter. James 238 Nelford, Sue 117, 238 Nelms, Betty Nelson, Andrew 233 Nelson, Coleman 238 Nelson. Eddie Nelson. Emil 238 Nelson, Frances 118, 233 Nelson, Gary Nelson, John Nelson, Mathew 238 Nelson, Paul 238 Nelson, Rodney Nelson, Sherry 238 Nelson, Steven Nelson. Tonya 238 NemerotT, Scott Nenos. Samuel 238 Nesbitt. Michaie Neskorik, Daniel 238 Neslare, Ken 238 Neslage. Luz 67, 129 Neslage, Marion Nestor. Mark 238 Nethers, Brenda New, Patricia New, Ruby 2118 Newcomb. Jetl' Newell. Shawn 235 Newlander. Jeff 238 Newlin. Cynthia 128, 238 Newman. Diana 238 Newsom, Jim 120, 212. 238 Newton. Kimberly 137, 238 Nguyen, Thudung 238 Nguyen,"lN1an 238 Nhyea, Anita 238 Nichols. Bevery 238 Nichols, Christina Nichols, James Nichols, Jelf 238 Nichols, Jeffery Nichols, Jimmy 235 Nichols. Lanell 238 Nichols, Mark 238 Nichols, Mary Nichols, Mitchell Nichols, Todd 238 Nicholson, Judy Nickel. Beverly 238 Nickel. Lawrence 238 Niehues, Brenda 238 Niehues, Kevin 238 Nielsen, Todd 238 Nieto. Henry 239 Nik. Moho Kam1l239 Nikolauk. Mark 239 Nikolauk. Wendi 239 Nilsson. Todd 239 Niniapruck, Pornthip 239 Nino. Johnny 239 Nixon, Mickey 239 Njemanze, Charles Njemanze, Stella 77. 2119 Nobles, Barby 239 Noe, Michiel Noelke. Margaret Noesen. Glen 239 Nohe, Pornsak 239 Noland. Dana 2119 Noland, Kevin 239 Nolder, Debra Nolder. Dennis 239 Notting, Kevin 239 Nordeck. Steven 239 Norfleet, Stanton 239 Norkunas. Nancy 239 Norman. Mark 239 Norman, Tarnra Norman, Vicky 239 Norris, Cody 239 Norns, Deana 2215 Norris. Debbie 239 Norris, Deborah 239 Norris, Janet 143, 2119 Norris. Kimberly Norris, Linda Norris, Margaret 239 Norns, Margaret Q. 239 Norris, Randall 1139 Norris, Stephen Northcutt. Mike 89, 93, 2119 Northmgtnn, Cynthia Northington, Kunchen Northingtnn, Robert Norton, Jon Norton. Shelley Nottingham, Jerry 239 Novak, Ken 108. 239 Nowell, Douglas Nowell,S1'utt 1112, 239 Nowell. Terri 2519 Nowlain, Tanya Nowlin, James Nowlin, Lee 239 Nsiegbe, Victor 239 Nunez, Joel 239 Nunn, Debbie 145, 239 Nunn. William 239 Nutt, Jeanne 239 O O'Br1ant, Michael 147, 239 O'Dwyer. Kathleen 40, 137. 2119 O'Resr, Susan O'Bryant, Sean 239 O'Halloran, Paul 138. 139. 239 O'KeeHe, Caroline 61 O'Moraghon. Bridget 240 O'Moragbon, Henry 240 O'Neal, Colleen 240 O'Rear, Susan 240 Oakes, Stephanie 129 Oates, Cynthia 239 Oates. Donna 142. 239 Oates. George Oates, Mark 239 Oates. Stephanie 67, 239 O'Bryant Ochs. Dale 239 Ochs, Gregory 239 Ocker. Steven 132, 239 O'Connor, Alison 239 O'Connor, Patrick 239 Odeh, Yousuf 239 Odell, Michael 239 Oden, Billie Odom, Steven 239 Oetinger, Tammy 209 Oehler, Andrew 117, 121, 239 Offill, Linda Ogan, Richard 239 Ogden, David Ogden, Richard Ogden, Tina Oharrow. Mary 239 Ohman, Jeirey 239 Oladutemu. Ola 239 Olawote, Olaleye 239 Olesen, Daniel 107. 239 Olin, Dana 239 Olivas, Lisa 128, 239 Oliver, Andy Oliver, Douglas 239 Oliver, Gregory Oliver. Jarrett 239 Oliver, Katrina Oliver, Marcy 239 Oliver, Rory Oliver, Shawn 239 Olness, David 239 Olson, John Olson, Kevin 239 Olson. Tammy 123, 240 Omar, Moyad Onofre. Esperanza Onsted. James 240 Onsted, Polly Onyiri, Sunny Opara. Alfred 240 Oravetz, Mac Oren. Charles 240 Ornelas, Della 240 Ornelas. Elsa Orosco, Sarita 240 Orourke. Patrick Orr. George 240 0sb0m, Bill 240 Osborne, Lawrence 240 Osei-Wusu. Francis Osmanski, Vincent Osteen. Richard 240 Ottmers. Trudy 127. 240 Otto, Carrie 240 Outlaw, Debra Outler, Hansel Overman, Sabnna Overton, Candy 240 Pelzel, Mary Lee 241 Pelzel, Monica 241 Pena, Daniel Pena. Estella Pena, Maria Pena, Nena 150 Pena, Pablo 241 Pena, Raymundo 241 Pena, Robert 241 Pena, Veronica Penalver, Jane 241 Pencalr, Ruth 241 Pennington, Gary 241 Penny, Randy Pepper, Peggy Perales, Esther Perales, Hector Perales. Irene Perales, Ruben 241 Perez, Benito Perez, Carol 241 Perez, Cindy 241 Perez, Daniel 241 Perez. Edna 241 Perez, Edward Perez. Elsa 241 Perez, Estella 241 Perez, Frank 129, 241 Perez. Ignacio Perez, Javier Perez, Joseph 132, 241 Overton, Jana 240 Owen, Beth 240 Owen. Cody 240 Owen, Katherine Owens, David Owens, Heidi 240 Owen. Jetiery 240 Owens, Karry 240 Owens. Lonnie 2-10 Owens, Mary 147 Owens. Micky 240 Owens, Susan 240 Owens, Veda 67, 129, 240 P Pace, James Pace, Marnique 240 Pacetli. Roberta Pacheco, Jocelin 240 Pack. Mary 240 Padgett, Barbie 240 Padilla, Anthony 240 Patford, Sheri 240 Painter. Gayla Painter, Pamela Palma, Odilia Palmer, James Palmer, Mary 240 Palmer, Ronnie Palmos. Charles Palumbo, Linda 40, 240 Pangemansn, Rudolf 240 Pankau, Monica 240 Papano, Peter 240 Papasan, Dennis 121 Papasan, Tammira Perez, Joseph 132. 241 Perez, Juan 241 Perez, Luis 241 Perez, Luz 241 Perez, Mary 241 Perez, Melva 241 Perez, Nereida 241 Perez, Nomia Perez. Sandra 241 Perez, Tranquilino 241 Perez, Vera Perez, Zelda Perkins. Francis Perkins, Lisa Perkins. Lonnie 119 Perkins, Timothy 241 Perry, Connie 241 Perry. Forrest 142, 143, 147 Perry. Marvin Perry, Mitchell 241 Peter, Anthony 241 Peter. Hal 174, 241 Peters, Brenda Peters, Less 241 Petersen, Shirley 241 Petersen, Thomas Peterson, Chad 241 Peterson. Dale Peterson. Kimberly 241 Peterson, Trian 241 Pethnium. Penchom 241 Petross, Mark 241 Pettiet, Sheila 241 Petty, Brian Petty, Donna Petty, Glenda Pape, Michael 240 Pappas, Katherine 240 Papas. Michael 240 Paquin. Michael Parapuntakul, Tanin 240 Pardue, Lezlie 240 es. Jaime Petty. Kim 241 Petty, Michael Pettyjohn. Laurie 241 Peugh, Tammy 241 PfaB'. Penny 241 Pfeiffer, Donna 145. 241 ten, Brent Paredes, Margarita 240 Paret, Renee 240 Pansh, Alan 240 Parker, Brenda Parker. Guy Parker, Jada 240 Parker. Jane Parker, John 119, 240 Parker. Laura 121. 240 Parker. Lisa 240 Parker. Melissa 240 Parker. Phillip 40, 240 Parks, Laura 240 Parnell, Tomothy Parras. Kay 121 Parrish. Linda Parry. Paige 240 Parsons, Clinton Parsons, John 123, 141 Pashai, JeB'rey 240 Pate. Shauna 240 Patnck, Donna 240 Patrick, Stacey Pattay, Alison 240 Pattay, Stephen 1411 Patterson. Cathryn 137, 240 Patterson. James 240 Patterson. Timothy 240 Patterson, Treva 240 Pattillo, Lorinda 126. 127. 136 Pattison, Bruce Pattison. Jacqueline 240 Patton, Larry 240 Patton, Shari 240 Plitzner, Laura 241 Pfluger, Eileen 241 Pfluger, Pamela 136, 241 Piluger, Reil 241 Pfluger, William Phaerukltakit, Kittigpong Pham, Myn 241 Pharr. Stacy 241 Phelan, Susie 241 Phelps. Sherrill 241 Philipp, Harold 242 Phillips, Kristi 242 Phillips. Cynthia Phillips, Darla 241 Phillips, Deleatha Phillips, Doris 241 Phillips, Ilene D. 241 Phillips, Kurt 242 Phillips, Lisa 242 Phillips. Michael 242 Phillips, Susanna Phillips, Tony 242 Phinney. Faron Phinney. Jane 242 Phinney. Patsy Phinney. Regina 242 Phunman, Worapan Phy. Timothy 242 Pickens, Ginger 136, 242 Pickens, Melissa Pickens, Paige 242 Pickens. Virginia Pickett, Teri 242 Picon, Dee 242 Patzer. Pavlik. Bart 240 John 240 Paxton, Kristi 241 Payne. Payne, Payne. Payne, Payne, Payne, Payne. Payne. Payne, Payne. Peacoc Benson Caren 240 Cheryl 117 Clifton 240 Joe 240 Kim 241 Larry 111, 241 Marianne Robert Steven k, Ricky 241 Pearcy. Robyn 241 Pearso Pecina Peden. n. Laurie 241 . Gregorio 241 Kristyl 241 Pedersen. Ilene Pedersen, Robert 241 Pedigo, Patricia 241 Peek, Thomas Peel, Richard 241 Peeples. Stacy 241 Pegan. Pelzel. Lisa 241 Curtis 241 Piel, Allison 242 Pieper, Britt 242 Pieper, Dale 242 Pierce. Carla Pierce. Rachel Pierre. Elisabeth 107, 242 Pierson, Cynthia Pihl, Anna-Lenna 113 Piland. Gwen 242 Pinand, Mary Pina, Humberton 154 Pincus, Wende 242 Pinkham, Ruth Pinson, Douglas 242 Pittman. Cynthia Pitts. Michael 242 Pjemanze, Charles 243 Plessala, Lauri 38. 40. 141, 145 242 Plott, Charles Plowman, Jason 242 Pohl, Debora 242 Pohler, David 242 Pohler, Marla 242 Poist. Palitz. Melinda John 242 Polk, Angela Pollard, Katherine 140. 242 Polley. Cynthia 242 Ponce, Guadalupe 242 Ponder. Karla Pongpiansml, Mongknl 242 Pope. Avery Rasberry. Sherri 124, 127. 244 Rascu. Karen 244 Rascun. Leticia 117, 244 Ratanasuwan. Songpol Ratelun. Knslna 244 Rathke. Maryin Rios. Rms. Rios, Rios. HI .lame Marcela 64, 159, 245 Rehecta 245 Susana le Karen Pope. Deborah '242 Pope. Karla 242 Pope. Mitzi '242 Purraa, Ted Porter. Dana 242 Porter, Scott 40, 68, 73 Porter, Carlos Porter. Mary 242 Posey. Renee 242 Poswn, Shannon Potter. Dwayne 242 Potter. Elizabeth 242 Potter, Kimberly Potter. Larry Pounds, Dawn 242 Powell, Amy 242 Powell, Connie Powell, Gma 242 Powell, Gene 123, 242 Powell. Kathy 143. 242 Powell, Kellye 242 Powell. Lance 242 Powell. Mark 133 Powell. Nelda Powell, Victoria 242 Rathm ell, Kipp 244 Ratigan, Karen Rallili, Connie 124, 1127, 244 Ratliti, RatlilT. Rawls, Rawls. Rawls. Rawls. Ray, D Ray Karrle 'Ilmya 244 Charles Randy 121. 2-44. LZ-15 Stephanie 244 Terri 244 lane 119 . James Ray. Mark 2-14 Ray. Ray Philip e. Russell 244 Read, Dottie IIB Reagan, Cathy 147, 244 Reber. Dean 244 Reber. Willard Redeker. Amanda 128 Heder. George Redwine, Wanda Reed. Leslie 1244 Reed. Um l59, 244 Reed. Margaret 244 Reed, Michele 129 PP . Risenhiinver, Diane 119. 2-15 Htsinger, llaniona Ri:-Inger, Michelle 245 Rtlchey, Varmen 245 Httchey. Michael Ritchey. Phillip Ritchey, Hubble 245 Ritchey. Hubin Ritchey, Vernon 245 Rntman. Betty Rittman. Elizabeth 245 Rnvas. Janet 245 Rivera, ,loan 245 Rivera. Lorena 1245 Rivera, Nurhertu LZ-16 Rivera, Ruhert 15 Rives, Bonnie 246 Rives, Terry Rizley, James 246 Roach, llavy Ruach. Janice 246 Roach, Linda 1246 Ruark. Ryan 246 Ruark, William Robeson, Nancy Power, Monte 242 Powers, Daved Powers, Lee Ann 242 Powers, Rita Puynor, David Poynor, Joanne Preas. Jerrell 2422 Preas. Susan 242 Presseau. Michelle 242 Presly, Annette 242 Preasly. Mable Prestlanu, Jerrilyn Preston, Jill Price. Amber 242 Price, Barry 242 Pnce Buddy 60. 61 Pnce. Donald '242 Price, Jalisa Pnce, lennif r 94" . e . .. Price. Lisa 65, 67. 129, 136, 242 Price, Scott Priddy, Celeste 1242 Priddy, Erin 242 Priddy, Sherl 121. 242 Prieto, Isaias 241 Prieto, Jay 118 Pritchard, Terry 242 Probandt. Kathleen Proctor. Maudene 242 Procter, Stella Protitt, John 2412 Prokopchuk, Richard 242 Provence, Lance 242 Pruett, Gary 242 Pruett, Todd 242 Pruitt, Dru 242 Pruitt, Karen 243 Pruitt, Marshall Pryce, Bamngmn 243 Paenclk. John Psencik. Loyd 243 Puckett. Steven 243 Pugh, Carolyn Pulliam, James Pullig, Debra 134, 243 Pullig, Kacie Pullig, Steven 243 Putman. Elvin 123, 243 Pyssen, Judith 243 Pyssen, Laura 140, 243 Pyssen, Rotce 243 Quade, Steven 243 Quart, Nadine 116 Quattrin, John 124. 127. 243 Quilllcy, Bradley 243 Quinn, JeB'rey 243 Quintela, Debra 243 Quisenberry. Roger 243 R Racher, Dan 243. 244 Racher, Tnsh 129, 243 Rackley, James 243 Rae, Carrie 243 Rae, Rebecca 243 Ragan, Charles 243 Ragadale, Rebecca 243 Ragsdale, Keith Raines. Kimberly 243 Raines, Robin 243 Rainey. Jelfrey 243 Rains, Bradley Ramadoss. Balaghurumurthx Ramer. Bobbie Ramen Daved Ramirez, Agmed 243 Ramirez. Alicia Ramirez, Antonio Ramirez, Araceli Ramirez, Cristian 243 Ramirez, Danny 243 Ramirez. David 15, 21. 38, Ramirez. Jesus 243 Ramirez. Juan Ramirez, Kathleen 248 Ramirez. Maria 243 Ramirez, Mark 154, 243 Ramirez, Patricia Ramon, Ben Ramos, Melissa 244 Ramos, Teresa 143, 244 Ramsey. Charles Ramsey, Karen 244 Randle, Brenda Randolph, Kimberly 24-4 Raney, Deborah 159 Rangel, Jaime Rankin, Joseph Rankin. Melanie 125. 244 Rankin, Trey 244 Rannefeld. James 244 Raptis, George 244 123, 163. 243 Reeger, Ron 244 Reeger, William Reeh, Donald Rees. Lou Anne Rees, Victoria Reese, Barry Reese. Britt 124. 244 Reese. ChEord Reese, Virginia 1244 Reeves, Clarence Reeves, Gayla 24-1 Reeves, Lamar Reeves, Martie 131. 136 Reeves, Ralph 244 Reihe. Sally Reichert, Patrick 244 Reid. Barry '244 Reid. Douglas 244 Reining. Monica 24-1 Reker, Donna 2-14 Reker. Keith Rendun. Gloria Rendun. Guadalupe 129, 227 Renclrm, Maria 245 Rendon, Sara 245 Renfrrv, Troyce 245 Rrpas, Dawn 245 Repas, Michel 245 Resmann, Judy 245 Revelez. Jaime Revell, Sheri 245 Reviere, Robert 245 Reyes, Annabell Robbins, Amy 246 Robbins. Shelley 246 Ruhercla, Olan Ruberda. Rita 11-16 Rohersun. Hickv 246 Robersnn, Sharon 2-16 Roberts, Billie 1246 Roberts. Debra Roberts, Enrich Roberts. Eugene 246 Roberts, Jimmy 246 Roberts, Wallace C246 Roberts. Roberts Neal 246 Pamela 147, 246 Roberts: Shelley 612 Roberts, Shelley Lynae 246 Roberts, Timothy 246 Robertson. Darlene 246 Robertson. Eli:-e 143, 246 Robertson. Jeffrey 246 Robertson. Linda Robertson. Lynne 119. 246 Rubertsun. Marlon Robertson, Sarah Robichaud, Julie Rublnett, Dua 246 Robinett, Trisha 246 Robinson, Brian 246 Robinson, Bridget 40 Robinson. Chrlstene 246 Robinson, Diane Rublnsun, Don 151, 246. 26-I Robinson, W Dons 246 Robison, Edward 246 Reyes, Lydia Reyes, Martha 245 Reyes. Mary 245 Reyes, Michael 245 Reyes. Ruben Reyes. Soma 'Z-15 Reyna, Armando 150 Reyna. David 245 Reynolda, Connie 245 Reynolds. David 40, 116, 245 Reynolds, Gail 160. 161. 245 Rey nnlds, Joan 245 Reynolds, Joy 145 Reynolds, Kathy 145. 245 Reynolds, Ladeana Reynolds, Mane Reynolds, Sharon 245 Reynolds. Stephen 245 Revnulds, Travis Rhe ay, Donald 245 Rhodes, Stacie 129. 245 Rhodin, Laura 245 Rice, Claudia Rice, James Rice, Malcolm Rice, Patricia Rice. Sheila 245 Rich, Jamie 126. 127. '245 Richards, Kelly 103. 105, 245 Richards. Kelly 245 Richards, Linda 245 Richardson, Anthony 245 Richardson, Bethany 245 Richardson, Caroline 245 Richardson, Charles 245 Richardson, Darren 146, '245 Richardson. Dennis 245 Richardson. Jeff Richardson. Jerry 245 Richardson. Jon '245 Richardson, Shirley Richardson, Tim 245 Richardson. Tommy 127 Richman, Lynne 160, 161. 245 Richman, Kerby 245 Richmond, Sandy Richters, Jenny 245 Rickel, JeUrey 245 Rickey, Joe Rickey. Ralph 140, 245 Riddle. Marla 245 Riddle. Thomas '245 Rideout. Quentin 245 Rideout. Robert Ridge. James Ridgeway, Donny 245 Ridgway, Julie 245 Riduut, Keri 121 159, 245 Ridout, Lisa 40, 119, 127. 245 Rille, Christopher 121 Riggan, Cheryl 245 Riggs, Joseph 120. 245 Riley. Daniel 245 Riley, Josh 245 Riley. Michael 245 Rimer, Charles 245 Rincon, Lauro 245 Rinker. Ricky 143. 245 Riojas, Mary Riojas, Virginia 245 Robison, Jeffrey Roblsnn, Sharon 40, 116, '246 Robledu, Jessica 246 Robles, Nolan Robley, Ginna 246 Rocamontes. Rndollo 246 Rocha. Cynthia 246 Rocha. Mary Rocha. Virginia 246 Rock, Judi 246 Rnddie, Kirk 246 Rodgers. Brady 246 Rodgers. Eugene Rodgers, Floyd 246 Rodgers. Jerome Rodgers, Kim 119 Rodgers. Walter Rodriguez, Bernarda Rodriguez, David Rodriguez, Enriquem 246 Rodriguez, Glenn '246 Rodriguez, Gricelda 246 Rodriguez, Irma Rodriguez. Joe Rodriguez, John Rodriguez. Kimberly 246 Rodriguez. Laura 246 Rodriguez. Lorina 1346 Rodriguez. Magdalena Z-16 Rodriguez. Margaret 246 Rodriguez. Mancela 246 Rodriguez. Olga 246 Rodriguez, Orlando 120 Rodriguez, Reginaldu Rodriguez, Rosa Rodriguez, Roy Rodriquez, Cynthia Rodriquez, Francisco Rodnquez, Glenn Rodriquez, Margaret Radriquez, Olga 150 Roe, Charles 147 Roe, Rebecca 246 Roeder, David 142, 143, 246 Roehr, Joanne 246 Roehr, Paul Roehrman, Michael 246 Roehrman, Ressa 246 Ruessler, Raymond 126, 127. Rogers, Anna 246 Rogers, Jeanne 141. 246 Rogers, Jen 246 Rogers, Kimberly 246 Rogers. Lucia Rogers. Lynda 246 Rogers. Paula '246 Rojas. Rnbie 246 Rojas. Rupertn Rojprasit, Krittasux Roland, Lisa Rolen. Monica 121 Rolfe, Lisa 246 Rnller, Kenneth 138. 246 Rollins, Paige '246 Rolswn, Mary 246 Ronaghan, Clare 67. 131, 136 Root, Danny 246 Root, Donna Roper, Thomas Rorie, Steven 247 138. 246. 256 Ruse. Blanc 247 Ruse, .luellyn 70, 247 Rose. Marla Q47 Rose, Melinda 247 Ro5igrwl,f'a1ne 1347 Russ, Beth U47 Russ. James 247 Rows. Marilyn 1147 Ruse., 'lbbln Roasmg, Yvonne 247 Rnsaman, Wade 1247 Ruth, Delilah 1547 Roth, Valerie 247 Rntsucnntrangun. Oraprn Rouethe, David 247 Rouse. Ilnnald Rnwe, Douglaa Rnwe, Heathre 247 Rowe, Melissa U47 Rowe, Steve 247 Royal. Barbara 247 Royal. Stuart Ruhio. Jose Ruby, Christopher 247 Rucker. Jean 247 Rucker, Joseph 1:47 Rucker. Paul Rucker. Rebecca Rudasill. Wiley 247 Ruddell. Brenton 347 Ruff, Mike 247 RuH,'l'err1247 Ruiz, Willie Rumble. Cheryl 1147 Rungstrinatee. Laddawan Runquiat. Elizabeth Rup. Christopher E47 Rupard, Rnhhy 1147 Rush, Dale 247 Rushing, Derek 247 Rushing, Joseph 247 Rusk, Tammy 119 Russell. Juan 247 Russell, Steven Rust. Michelle 247 Ruth, Chad 2-17 Rutherford, Brent 117.24 Rutledge. Brent 247 Ryan, Cynthia Ryan. Della Ryan, John Ryan. Melvin Ryan, M Greg 247 Ryan, Susan 2-17 Ryan, Wllllam Rychlik, Michael S Sablan, Frankle 247 sablan, Sammy Sablutny, Dena 247 Sadler. Julia 247 Saegert. Marilee Saenz, John Salfell. Timothy Sage, Jill Saldin, Patrick Salas, Daniel Salazar, Crisanla Salazar, Efram Salazar. Jerry 1147 Salazar. Manuel 247 Salazar, Shen 247 Salcedn, Guadalupe 247 Saldana, Marcus 247 Salma, Daniel 247 Salling, Shelly 247 Salmon, Katie 247 Salmon, Mary Salmon. Stephen Samacl. Gary Samaniegn. Diana Sumaniegn. Joe 1147 Samaniegu. Noemi 247 Samarah, Adnan 122, 247 Sammons, Sue Sample. Jayna Sample, Todd Samuelson, lrmgard Sanchez, Alvino 247 Sanchez, Connie 247 Sanchez. Dominic 150, 247 Sanchez, Eric Sanchez. Nanette 247 Sanchez. Norma Sanchez, Raymond Sanchez, Sandralee 159. 247 Sanchez, Selma Sanchez, Steve 247 Sanders, Becky 33, 247 Sanders, Chester 247 Sanders, Danny 121. 247 Sanders, Eric 247 Sanders. James 247 Sanders. James Weldon LZ Sanders. Karan 247 Sanders, Linda 247 Sanders. Mark Sanders, Mary Sanders. Richard Sanders. Hubert Sandidge, Shauna Sandlin. Ted 247 Sansing, Tern 121 Santellano, Remigio Santillan, Gus 248 Santos. Marisella 248 Sanlucci, Joseph 248 Sappington. Duane 248 Sappingtun. Stephen 73 Saaseen, Donna Saterfield, Glenn 248 Satitvipawee. Piyawaclee Satterwhite. Michael Sauders. Ron 248 Sauer, Lester 248 Sauer, Nathan 248 Saultz, Sharon Savage. Minerva Savage. Richard Savva, Savvas 248 Sawaya. Deborah 248 Sawyer, Cindy 248 Sawyer, Lorrie 248 Saxon, Bryant Sayles. Lawrence 24h Scarboru. Mark 2494 Scarbomurih, James. Z-18 Scarborough, 'lrur v Scar-pulla, Anim 2-vi Schacerl, Randy 245 Schaefer.1'unrne Ula Schaefer. Imnna !4f-4 Schae1er,Juun HH St haefer. Rhunda Schaefer. Suaari Schalek. Richard 132 sfhenkel. r'..f..1ynm na. me 'ua Schenkel, Rnherl ll9. L Scherg, Stephanie Schxde, Shawn Schiller, Charles Schilling, Karen 119. 24a Schlaudl. Donna 246 Schlaudl. Kenneth Schluudt, Val in Schlltter. Rohm 2411 Schmerher. Scotty 248 Srhmickle, Mikellu 2475 Schm1dt.1'harlea Schmidt. Vheryl Schmidt. Lani 24a Schm1tz.Deburah 1254. l'4l. 121 Schmitz. Dianne 1317, 2424 Schnase. Marv NH Schnase. Patricia Schnalz. Paul Schneider. Dawn Schneider. Michelle 248 Schneider. Nancy 1149 Schneider, Hehetta Schneider. Rumx'1l4H Schneider, Tereaa 249 Schniers. Janell 349 Schnlers, Lynette U49 Schniera. Mlchele llti, 249 Schnentield. .lay 249 Schnenlield, Karl Schrwajsa. Margaretana 249 Schrader. Patricia U-19 Schraeder, Seleese Schroeder, Eric 249 Schroeder. James 2-19 Schroeder. ,lessee 249 Schroeder. Jualia Srhuhmacher. Leilr-ini 147, 249 Schulenherg. Ginnie 249 Schultz. Karen 249 Schultz. Lian Schulze. Rehe-Lua 249 Schulze, Terry 1149 Schumacher, Richard Schwalb, Kevin 127, 249 Schwartz, Cyndee LZ-19 Schwartz. Jeffrey 349 Schwartz. Kent 249 Schwartz. Letitia 117. 1116. 249 Schwartz. Stacie U49 Schwarz, Charles 249 47 Schwarz, Connie Schwarz, Patricia 141. 249 Schwartz, Steve Q49 Schwertner, Gregory 249 Schwertner, Lon Schwerlner, Pamela Q49 Schwertner. Ruse Schwiening. Bryan 121. 249 Scoggins, David 119 Scoggins. Ronald Scott. Ami' 1249 Sc0t1,Carule U49 Scott. Carrie Scott. Chris 2-19 Scott. Daniel 249 Scott, Jam: 249 Scan, .Jennifer 29-1 Scott. John 249 Scott Kim 2-19 Scott. Manun Scott, Mark 151. 249 Scott, Mary Scott. Michael 249 Scott Paula Scott. Rebecca 62, 249 Scott Ruben Scott. Sherri 2-19 Scott, Suzan 249 Sculthorp. Rubin 249 Sczech, Rickey 249 Seabnrn, Jody Seagler. Mellisa 249 Seal. Carul Seals-. Lee Ann 249 Seamands, Douglas Sears, Michael 249 Seay. Bradley 249 Sebera, William 249 Sebnng, Sherri 249 Sedum, Andy 249 See. Jim 249 Seetun. Gary 249 Segoviann. Gene 117. 249 Segovianu. Rodolfo Segura. Constantin 249 Selby, Raymond 249 Selden, Cana 249 Self, Patricia Sellman. Sabrina 249 Senatore. Mana 140 Seneno. Andy 1513 Sentell. John Sentell. Waylana Serna. Steve 2-19 Sessom. Jody 144, 249 Settle. Kevin 249 Sevier, Fernando 249 Sewell, Lori 249 Sexton. Kim 249 Seymore, Timothy 146. 249 Shackelfurd, Jana Shafer, Bonita Shafer, Renitva 249 Safer, Ruby 249 Shafer, Virginia 250 Shader. Roy Sl1aGer, William Shaft. Stanley 249 Shahan, Carla Shankle, Evelyn 277 iv Shanklin, -lake 1511 wiunn-tn. Satell 25:1 Sharp, t harloxte Sharp, John 2511 Shaw, Danny Shao. llenice Shaw. Helaine L50 Shaw, Sharie Zio Shearer, James 25o Sheen, Jenifer 1511 Sheen, Julie She-eh. in. Toni ithy 250 Sherty, Bren :so Shehan. Angela 250 Shelto n. Beverly 2551! Shelton, Cynthia Zio Shelton. George Shelton, Joyce Shelton, Judith 250 Shelton. Laura 2510 Shelton. Linda 1221. :io Shelton, Suzanne 250 Shepard. Sherrill 250 She h ard Roderick 1-1.1, 250 c p . , Shepperd. Helen 250 Sherman. Albert 121, 250 Sherman, David Sherm Shern, an. Tracey Julie 150 Sherrod. Slade She-wmake. Stacey 2511 Shewmake. Tracey 2511 Shields. David 250 Shields, Donald Shiller, Clifford Shiller, Stuart 121, iso Shintarn. Kiyoi-ni 1:27, 250 Shipley. Viflii 117. 250 Shipman, Robin 2511 Shipp. Lara Shirley. Robert Shivers. Robert 2511 Shores. Andrew 250 Short, ,Iohn Short. KYle BS. 250 Short. Mark Short. Pamela 118. 250 Shorter. Renee 25o Shorter. Sandra 250 Shorts, Texas 250 Sh-ms, Staten Shriier. Mark 2541 Shriyer, Sherrie Shrum, Karen Shults 1-ten :io Shultz. Julie Shurlev, Mary Anne 25o Swift, ,Colleen 120. 1611. 161 Simcik. Smothermon, Joanne Sxano. James 162, 251 Sicina, Lawrence Sicina. Yvonne 250 Suede, Robert 2511 Sikes. Alicia 250 Sikes. Vincent 250 Silapachai. Apichart Silva. Francisco 2541 Silt a, Joao 25l.I Stlten Nancy 250 Simmons. Diana 250 Simmons. Harold 2541 Simmons. Steven 250 Simpson. Lynn 1-14. 250 Simpson, Randall 250 Simpson, Roberta 1511 Sims. Doug 250 Sims. D W Sum, Joey Sims. John 250 Sims. Larry Sims, Lee Ann 2511 Sims, Reggie 2511 Sims. Vance 250 Sincleair, Mary Eno Singer, Tol 1116, 162 Singer. William 248 Singleton. Noel Singleton, Percy 250 Sinze, Martha 2311 Sipe, Jamie 251: Sipes, .-Xmalia 144 Sipes, Michael 25o Sitompul, Eltrida Siturnorange, Sahat 250 Sitz. Kevin 251+ Sivells, Monica 2511 P-yoberg.Barbro112,113,114 stan, Najib Skaggs, Mary Sl-1idrnore.l'lavid 2511 Skiles. Dawn 250 Skiles, Greg 251 Skinner, Brenda 251 Skinner, Darren 1211, loo, 161 Skinner. Johnis .351 Skinner. Susan Sl4ipworth,Angir'.151 Sklenar1k.l-inward 251 Slate, Elizabeth 251 Slate, Stanley 251 Slater. Carole 1.47, 251 Slatinskv. Ernest 143, 251 Slalton, Stephanie 251 Slaughter, Mark 251 Slaughter. Pamela lilo. 251 Sloan, llannv 251 Sloan. Steven 251 Smallwood, Warren Smart smet z . Diane 251 er, Debra Smetzer, James Smiley, Laura Smith Smith .Asunl ion . Bam- 251 Smith. Beckey 251 Smith. Blake 251 Smith, Bobby 251 Smith, Brenda 122, 251 Smith, Brian Smith. Cell 251 Smith, Charlene 251 Smith cn-de Smith, my 251 Smith, Danielle Sml1h.David Mark 251 278 . liao 251 Smith. David Nathan 251 Smith. David Todd 251 Smith. Deborah 251 Smith. Donna Smith. Edward 251 Smith. Fred 251 Smith, George Smith, Giles smith. Holly :si Smith. Jana Beth Smith, Jana C Smith. Jana Mauldin Smith, Jon 251 Smith, Olen Smith, Philhurn Smith, Karen 251 Smith, Kathleen 251 Smith. Kelli 251 Smith. Kelly Smith. Kenny 98, 100 Smith, Kent 122 Smith, Kyle 251 Smith, Laura 251 Smith, Lisa 251 Smith. Lloyd 251 Smith, Luann 251 Smith, Margaret 251 Smith. Mark 251 Smith. Marshall 124, 251 Smith, Melanie Smith, Michael Andrew 251 Smith, Michael Steven 251 Smith, Mickey 251 Smith. Mindy 251 Smith, Monty Smith, Neva Smith. Paula 251 Smith. Philbum 251 Smith, Priscilla 251 Smith, Raymond 251 Smith. Reece 251 Smith. Richard Preston 251 Smith. Richard Vance 251 Smith. Ricky Smith, Robert 122, 251 Smith, Rohm Gay 121. 251 Smith, Robin Lorene 251 Smith. Rosemary Smith, Roy Smith, Sam 251 Smith. Shana Smith, Sharon D'Anne 251 Smith Sharon Lvnn 251 Smithi Shaun 135.251 Smith. Sheila 251 Smith, Sylvian Smith, Tammy 251 Smith, Timothy 251 Smith. Todd 251 Smith. Tlinda Smith. Travis 251 Smith. Troy 251 Smith, Vicky Smith. Virginia 251 Smith, William 124, 251 Smith. Woodson 251 Smothermon. Charles Snead. Ben Snead. Byron Snelgrove. Bruce 251 Snelgrove, Karl Snell. Cliiord 252 Snider. Joey 252 Snider, Julie Snider, Lon 252 Snodder, Dale 252 Snodgrass, Barbara Snook, Danny Snow, Valarie 252 Snyder, Philip 252 Snyder. Robert Snyder, Roland 252 Sotinowaki. Jeannette Sohl. Charles 125. 147, 252 Soldano, Margaret Solis. Thomas. Solley. Joseph 252 Solley. Mark Solomon. Eugene Solomon, Judy Solomon, Kelly 252 Solomon. Michael 252 Solomon. Susan Solts, Thomas 252 4x5-1 Somereve. Margaret 41. 143, .- . Somers. Mickey Sonnenberg. Phillip Sonnenberg. Jedrey Sorenson. Marney 252 Sorrell. Leslie Sorrell. Sheri Sorrell, Suzy 1151. 1117, 252 Sorrells, Diana Sorrells. Stephanie 252 Sorrells, Tanya 252 Sorrella, Cynthia Sosa. Jimmy 252 Sosa, .le Sosolilt. Randolph 252 Sotelo, Frances 252 Soto, Diana 140, 252 Soto, Lionel Soule, Glen Southern, Nlonue 252 Spain. Beverly Sparks. Charles Sparks. Janna 252 Sparks. Karen 252 Sparks. Michael 252 Sparks . Paula 252 Sparks, Shelley 252 Sparks. Torrey 160, 161, 252 Spaw, Scott 252 Spearman, Gerry 252 Spears, Susan 252 Speciale. Joanna 252 Speciale. Paul 252 Speck, Quint in 252 Speck, Tom 252 Speed. Denise Speed, Elizabeth 136. 252 Speed, Gary 252 Speer. Paige 252 Speer, Susan Spence. Christopher Spence, John 252 Spencer. Jennifer 67, 129, 252 Spencer. Keri 252 Spencer, Romy 252 Spenz. John 252 Sperry, Christopher 252 Spielman, Nancy Spikes. James Spiller. Charles 252 Spiller. Mary 252 Spinks. Gregory 252 Spinn. Craig 252 Spinn. Gaylon Spivey. Kimberly 252 Spivey, Yanry Sponseller, Craig 127. 145. 252 Spring, Pamela 40. 252 Springer. Donald Spurlin. Terry 116. 252 Squyres, Christina 252 Sriaroon. Jarussri 252 St, Germain. Chuck 247 St. Germain, Louis. Stachura. Kerry Stacy, Karen Stacy, Steven 252 Stade. John 252 Stafft. Pamela 252 Staha. Glorai Stahl. Becky Stahl, Debbie 252 Stahl. Janelle 252 Stair, Sherry 252 Stambolides. George Stamps, John 147 Stamps, Robin 147 Standlee, Robert Standley. Peggy 252 Stanford, Elizabeth 252 Stanley, Lisa 252 Stapleton. Monica 252 Starnes, Cynthia 252 Starr. Donald 252 Staten, Tony 90 Staton, Guy 252 Stauber, Victoria 33, 40. 116, 242 Steakley. Audrey 252 Stedham, Dennis 2511 Steele, Jonnette 253 Steele, Michelle 253 Steele, Patncia 253 Steele, Ricky Stefler, Dana 253 Steflik. Robert 253 Stegall, Lawrence 253 Strickland. Wende 147. 249 Striegler. Joe Stringer. Carter Stringer. Sharon 253 Stringer, Terry 253 Stripe. Carl 253 Stripe, Donald 253 Stroeher, Suzanne 40, 119, 1 Stromboe. Shelly 253 Strother. Travis 1411, 253 Stroud, Renea 253 Stuard, Carla 253 Stuard, Sheri 136. 253 Stuart. Eva Stuart, Martin 253 Stubbletield, Raymond 164, Stubbs. Pebbles 253 Sturdivant. Ed 254 Sturdivant. Robert Sturgeon. Robert Sturm, Clinton Strum. Ralph Stutzman. Dana Styers. Malcolm 254 Suarez. Mary Suarez, Rafael 254 Subia, Rebecca 254 Subia. Suzanne Sudduth, Amy Suksta. Walter Sulecki, 'Nmothy Sullivan. Kevin Sullivan. Mickey 254 Sulterrnier. Ronnie 254 Summerlin. Samantha 254 Summerour, Shelly 254 Summers. Arthur Summers, Donna 254 Summers, Lisa 254 Summer. Lynn 254 Summers, Patsy Summersgill, Jim 254 Sumner. Leslie 125, 254 Sumner. Margaret Suphavarodom, Chitchanok Suratt, Jay 121, 254 Surl, Sanjay 254 Sussdort. Stuart Sutton. Robert 254 Swalford. Janie 254 Swatford, Mitzi 254 Swaim. Sheryl 254 Swanson, Pamela 67, 254 Swanson. Phillts 254 Sweat, Johnny 254 Sweet. David 254 Sweet. Kerry Sweet. Tony 254 Stegall. Leslie 2511 Lana Stegall. Phyllis 253 Stehle, Steve 121. 253 Steinbach, Karen 253 Stemm. Deborah Stenzel. Kurt 77. 111 Stephen. John 253 Stephens. Becky 125, 121, 253 Stephens, Glenda Stephens, Keith 253 Stephens, Knsti 2521 Stephens. Terry 2511 Stephenson, Kimberly 143, 253 Stephenson. Scott 1411 Stephenson. Stephen Stephenson, William 253 Swift, Roy 254 Swift, Todd Swigart, Ellen Swindle. Donna 254 Swoiiord, Sharla Sykes. Alison Sykes, Deborah Sykes. Sherri 254 Syler. Melanie 254 Sylvest. Karla 254 Symes. Geoirey 254 Szalwinski. Bradley 254 Stepherson. Paul 55, 253 Stevens, Barbara 252 Stevens, James Stevens, Lee Ann Stevens. Marla 122, 140 253 Stevens. Roger 253 Stevens . Russell 253 Stevens, Shannon Stevenson. David 253 Steward, Lani 147, 253 Steward, Lori 147, 253 Stewart, Allen 253 Stewart, Angela 253 Stewart, Bobby Stewart, Brad 253 Stewart. Bryan 253 Stewart. Carl 253 Stewart. Cindy 89, 112, 253 Stewart. Clalene 253 Stewart, Dale Stewart . Dorothy 253 Stewart. Ken'y 253 Stewart, Michael Stewart. Pamela 123 Stewart, Paula 253 Stewart, Robert 253 Stewart, Shannon Stewart. Sherry Stidham, Cheri Stilea. Bobby 253 Still. Kirby 143, 2511 fi Stockbridge, Sarasu .53 Stoddart, Jeffrey StoEt. Pamela Stokely. Deborah 253 Stokely. Mark 253 Stokes, Deborah 253 Stokes, Ricky 253 Stone, Benny 253 Stone, Debra Stone. Dolores 253 Stone, Kendell 253 T Ta, Phi 254 Tabor. Barbara Tabor. Craig 254 Tabor, Holly 254 Tabor, William 124, 254 Tackett. Bill 254 Tackett. Bryan 254 Tackett, Gerald 254 Tackett, Lana 254 Tackett, William Tait. Gregory 254 Taiclet., Shane 254 Talafuse. Kathleen Talfuse. Timothy Talamantez. Liliann 254 Talley, Jackie 254 Talley, Robert Tambunga. Angelina Tankersley, Bruce 254 Tankersley, Jetfrey 121, 254 Tankey, Patricia Tanner. Jason 254 Tarango. Maribel 254 Tarrant. Barbara 254 Tartaro. Barbara Tartaro. Barbara Tartaro, Felicia 254 Tartfaro Walter Taner, Plora Tarter, Tracy 254 Tarver. Lyn 254 Tatsch, Karl 254 Tatum. Aaron 127. 129 131. Tawil, Marc 254 Taylor. Andrew 254 Taylor. Babette 254 Taylor. Carolyn 254 Taylor, CliB'ord 254 Taylor, Cynthia Taylor. Darcy 123 Taylor, Debbi 254 Taylor. Dianne Taylor, Donna 149, 254 Stone. Michael 143, 253 Stone, Sandra 253 Stone, Thomas 253 Stookesberry. Lama 253 Stout, Gail 253 Smut. Leticia Stovall, Burton 143, 147. 252 Stovall. Kellie 143, 147, 253 Strain, Barbara 253 Standtman. Brian 253 Strange. Nancy Stranick. Steven Strasner. Harold Strasner, Valerie Strawn, Donald 253 Strayhorn, Carol 253 Strickland, Dan Stnckland, Michael Stnckland, Nancy Taylor, Genni 254 Taylor. Horace Taylor, James 254 Taylor, Janice 254 Taylor, Jennifer 254 Taylor. Gaylord Taylor. Karen Taylor, Karl 254 Taylor, Kenneth 143, 254 Taylor. Lynn 254 Taylor, Michael 254 Taylor. Paulette Taylor, Perri 136 Taylor. Rex 154. 254 Taylor, Rolli Taylor. Ronald Paul 254 Taylor. Ronald Ray 254 Taylor. Scott 75 Taylor. Shanna 255 21, 127 253 132. 254 Taylor, Steven 255 Taylor. Stuart 144, 255 Taylor, Tana 255 Taylor. 'Nmothy Taylor, Victoire Te. Homg 255 Teachout, Vincent 255 Teaif. Rodger 255 Teague. Kathryn 255 Teague. Toni 67. 119. 129, 255 Teakell. Donna Tearnan. Roxann 255 Tedder. Mark 255 Tedford, Cynthia 255 Teel, Delinda 255 Telschow, Floyd 255 Templeton. John 125, 255 Tennell. Terry 255 Tercero, Orlando 255 Terrell. Christi 61, 255 Terrell, Clinton 255 Terrell. Kay 255 Terrell. Thomas 151 Terrill, Sylvia Terry. Kelly Terry. Paula 67, 129, 255 Teaton. Matthew 255 Thacker, Doug 255 Thane. Joseph 255 Thanomaing, Lalit Theriot. David 255 Theriot. Kimberly 255 Theriot.. Tully 255 Therwhanger, Kerry , L, Thiess. nda i Thipayasaem, Jintana Thomas. Anthony Thomas. Arlieta 255 Thomas, Carol Thomas. Constance 255 Thomas. Laurie Thomas. Lucy 255 Thomas. Patrick 72 Thomas, Ronald 255 o Thomas dd 146, 255 . T Thomas, Wayland 255 Thomason, Darla Thompson, Billy 154, 255 Thompson, Dwayne 255 Thompson, Jef! 256 Thompson, John 256 Thompson, Judy Thompson. Kelly Thompson, Kim 159. 256 Thompson. Kurt 256 Thompson, Leslie 256 Thompson, Michael 143 Thompson, Patricia Thompson. Rickey 256 Thompson. Robert Thompson, Shelia 256 Thompson. Tonya 117 Thompson, Tracy 67, 129. 256 Thomson, Terri 256 Thomson, Tonya 256 Thongprasert, Tirawan Thornton, Chris 256 Thornton. James Thomton, Kelly '256 Thomton, Lori Thomton, Robby 256 Thorpe, David 256 Thorsgard, Selina 256 Thrash, Bill 256 Thung. An Thurman. Christi 256 Thurmond. Tami 256 Tianen, Larry Tidrow, Deborah 256 Tidwell, James 256 Tidwell, Joy Timm, Walter Timmons, Lori 256 Timmons. Tina Tinder, Roger 138, 256 Tinkler, Cheryl Tinkler. Kay 256 Tinkler, Michael 256 Tischler. Mike 256 Tyaden, Lorie 256 Tobin. Craig 256 Todd, Bobby 256 Todd, Troy 256 Tolbert. Cindy 256 Tom, Charlesa 256 Tom. Reagan 256 Tomei, Lance Tomlin, Sharynn 256 Tomlinson. Mickey Toney. Rene 137 Toney, Tina 256 Torbert, Jeirey Torres, Emest 256 Torres, David 140 Torres. Katherine 257 Torres, Rita 257 Tounget, Rhonda 257 Tovaas, Rodney 147 Tovar. Dionicio 257 Towerton. Hayden 107, 257 Tran, Ann-Dao 121, 257 Transki. Jillian 162. 257 Trantham, Sue Traverso, Claudio 257 Traweelt, Rebecca 257 Trego, Kathryn Trejo, Jesse Tregvino, Gerardo Trevino. G 'iselda Trevino. lda 257 Trevino. Jorge 150, 257 Treybig, Ellen 257 Trimble, Jim 257 Tnmer. Ruth Triplett. John 160, 161 Triplett, Mike 257 Tripelett, Kenneth Tripp. Cynthia 251 Trippy. Mathew 138 Troive. Birgitta Trombly, Daniel 133. 141. 257 Trotter. Alvin 256 Trotter. Savoy 256 Trjillo, Tolanda Yeager. Trull, Deborah 56 Trull, Minnie Trulock. Carol Trzcinski. Kevin Tschirhart.. Mary 50. 89, 94. Tschudi. Nanette Tuck. Doyle Tucker. Donna Tucker, Garry 257 Tucker. Timothy 27 95, 96, 97 Thicker. Wendell 124. 127. 257 Tudor, Roger 257 Tug, John 257 '1N1llia. Tummy Tumlinaon, Mark 257 Tune, Laura 257 Turk. James 257 Turnage, Cindi 257 Thrner, Gary 257 Turner. Gregory 257 Turner, Lori 257 Turner, Janis 119 'lY1rner.Janis 257 Turner. Loraine Turner, Lou Ann 257 Thrner. Margaret Thzrner. Marsha 257 Turner. Michelle Turner. Phillip 257 Thrner. Ralph Turner. Richard 257 Turner. Robin 40 Thirner. Terry 257 Turney, Joe 'IY.trnley. Robert 257 Tuson. James 257 Tutt, Jacquey 257 Tuttle, Janet 119. 123. 137. 257 'IYitLy. Raymond 257 Twomey. Julie 257 Tyler. Paige 257 Tyler, Tommie Tyson. James Tyson, Kyle 257 U Ulmer, Neal 257 Ulrich, Karen 257 Underwood, Diana 257 Unruh. Douglas 257 Upp, Franklin 257 Upton, Malcolm 1218, 257 Upton, Oren 257 Ui-bantke. Cynthia Urbantke, Scott 257 Urbina. Serapiu Urias. Agueda 1211. 257 Usener. Sheryl V Vacek, Jamie 257 Vaden, Gary 120. 143. 257 Vadnaie. Christine 186, 257 Valadez. Joe Valadez, Richard Valadez. Roy Valdez, Genaro Valdez, Julian Valenzuela. Helen 256 Valenzuela, Valerie 256 Valles, lrma 257 Valles, Manuel 257 Van Court. Susan 257 Van Dam, Twila 257 Van Pelt. Cynthia Van Winkle. Loads Ann 258 Vance, Robert 138. 162. 257 Vandecarr, Tami 257 VandeCarr, Tina VanDe1"1atert, Pauline 257 Vanhoozer, Susan Vankirk, Jane 257 Vann, Danny 257 Vann, Ila Vann, Linda Vanoss, Henry Vargas, Deborah 65 Vargas, Vickie 258 Vargas, Victor Varnell. James 258 Vasquez. Cathy 258 Vasquez. Olivia 258 Vasquez, Ruben 258 Vasquez, Yolanda 258 Vaughan, Kehinde 77, 112 Vaughan, Rebecca Vaughn, Ricky 258 Vaughn, Shauni 258 Vaughn, Thomas 258 Vay, Seana 154, 258 Veach. Margaret Vejil. Eusebio Vela, Edward 258 Velasco, Minerva 258 Velasquez, Cynthia 258 Velasquez, Luis 258 Velez. Phyllis 253 Venhaus, Connie 258 Vera. Maria 258 Verdu. Ferran 258 Verette. .Jeffrey 258 Vernor, Kenneth 258 Veasell. Billie Jean 258 Vessell, Charles Vessell. David Vest, Justin Vick. Judy 121, 258 Vick, Sean 143, 258 Viduam. Ruben 258 Vigil, Ernest 258 Villalva, Danny 40. 258 Villaret, Richard Villareal. A1 258 Villarreal. Catarino 150, 258 Villarreal, Daniel 120 Villarreal. Maria 258 Villarreal, Rodolfo Villarreal, Sandra 258 Villegss, Bobby 258 Villescas, Irma 125, 258 Vincent, Rocky 152 Vining, Jack 258 Vinson. Carolyn 258 Vinson, Jerry 258 Vinson. Rocky 258 Vinson, Tanya 258 Virgen. Sandra 258 Vogler, Joe Vogler, Mark 258 Vogt, Gary 25:3 Von Schwarz, Mark Vosburg. Marsha Voss. Gary 258 Voss. Sally Voss, Scott 258 Vowles. James, Vu Tan. Duy W Waddell. Dorothy Waddell, Robert Waddle. Kimberly 258 Wade, Donna 258 Wade. James 258 Wagaman. Michael 25121 Waggoner. Paula 258 Wagener, Charles 255 Wagner. Wagner. Wagner. Wagner. Wainrig Waites. Waketie Walden. Cynthia 256 Karen 258 Laura 258 Matthew ht, Rebecca 115, Penny 258 ld, Jan Lease 258 watctfip, Matthew Waldrop, Stacy 258 124. 258 Walker, Amy 258 Walker. Ann 119. 255 Walker, Brent 258 Walker, Bryan 258 Walker. Cindy 255 Walker, Clay 258 Walker. Daniele Walker, Dennis Walker, Douglas 2513 Walker, Elizabeth Walker, Kay Walker, Laresa 65. 159. 258 Walker, Linda 67. 258 Walker, Linda 258 Walker, Lisa 258 Walker, Sandra 258 Wall, Wanda 259 Wallace, Benjamin 259 Wallace. Cathy 259 Wallace. Douglas Wallace. James 121. 259 Wallace. Leigh 259 Wallace. Melinda Wallace. Stephanie 259 Wallace. Tammy Wallace, Teresa Wallen. Emily Waller. Scott 259 Waller, Shannon Waller, Valerie 259 Wallin, Debra 130 Walston, Raymond 259 Walsworth. Jay 259 Walters, Kenneth Walther, Jennifer 259 Walton. Donna 259 Walton, Carroll 258 Walton, Ronald 259 Walton, Lindy 259 Wang. Tammy 259 Wankowskl. Douglas 259 Wanoreck, Gary '259 Ward, Daryl as Ward, Hugh 155, 259 Ward, Joe Ward, Kristi 259 Ward, Robert 259 Ward, Teresa 259 Ward. Terry 142 Ward. Tina 259 Wardlow, Bradley Ware, Darrell 259 Ware, Jerry Warner, David 259 Warren, Amette 259 Warren. Cheryl 259 Warren. Douglas 259 Warren. Douglas G 259 Warren, Tracy Washburn, Mark 259 Waters. Brad 259 Watson, Robert 259 Watson, Thomas Watts, DAvid 259 Watts, Susan 119, 259 Weatherby, Karen Weatherby, Sherry 259 Weatherby, Tim 259 Weatherred, John 259 Weaver, Gene 259 Weaver, Jana 259 Weaver, Martiza 259 Weaver, Mary Weaver, Michael Webb, Joyce 259 Webb. Russell 259 Webb. Tina Webber, Carol Webber, Jimmy Webec, Wendy 259 Weber, Dale Weber, Donna Webster, Mark 147 Weddlli, Paula 259 Weed, James Weems, Leslie 131, 136, 259 Weeren, Kimberly Wegner. Billy 259 Wegrier. Mary 259 Weidenfieller, Ken 259 Weidner. Randall Weido, Andrew 259 Weiler, Marifrances 259 Weinheimer, Bryan 259 Weirich, Dwayne 259 Weise, Dale 259 Weise. Wilton 259 Weiser. Alan 259 Weishuhn, Doyle 259 Weiss, Christina 259 Welch, Dwayne 259 Welch, Ethel Welch, Kara 154. 259 Welch. Lynette 259 Welch. Mark Welch. Timothy Welch. Tracy 259 Welch. Valerie 2551 Welling. Tim 259 Wells, Deborah 259 Wells, Glenn 259 Wells, Grant 259 Wells. Susan Wells, Wilson Wen Suh. .len Wendland. Karla 251-1 Wentz. Kat' 259 Wen1el,tleorge 2611 Wenzel, '111dd Werner, Harvey 24-ill Werner, Jam-ll 11611 Werner. Lorenz 1911, 2611 Werner, 1-1: tdney Werner, Steven Werner. Tammv 2611 West. Alan 260 West, Alicia West. Laurie West. Michael 1-45, 2611 West, Pamela West. Susan 260 Westbrook, Lori Westlake, Judy Westlake. Ronald Westmoreland. Christa Westover. Debra 260 Weatphal, James Wetsel. Charles 260 Wetzel. Coralxe Wetzel. Michelle 2611 Wetzel. Patricia 160, 161 Wetzel. Ruth Whalen. Carollee 260 Wheat, Chris 260 Wheat. Elise 118. 411. 102, 2611 Wheat, Monty Wheatley, ,lonna 2611 Wheeler. Daniel 260 Wheeler. David 260 Wheeler, Mary 260 Whipple, Ronald 260 Whisenant. James 260 Whitaker. Jennifer White, Alton 2611 White, Bradley White, Brenda White, Bruce 1112. 260 White, Connie 260 White, Cynthia 260 White, Dan 127, 1T12,26I1 White, Darwin White. David White. Deana White. Donna 260 White. Gene 260 White. Greg 2611 White, Jackie 2611 White. Janet White. Jennifer 2611 White, Jonathon 2611 White. Kelltan 260 White, Kurt 2611 White, Linda 260 White. Michelle 260 White. Rita 260 White. Sheryl White. Sonia 129, 260 White. Stanley White. Susan 1237 White. Vernun 260 White, William 250 White, William W 2611 Whiteaker. Becky Whiteaker. D'Ann 260 Whiteaker. Jennifer 260 Witechurst, Russell Whitener. Sandra 260 Whittill, Grace 260 Whitley, Kenneth 260 Whitley, Richard 260 Whitling, .Jack Whitlow, Mark 260 Whittington. Angela 260 Whitton. L, D, Wigington, Chris 260 Wigington, Johnny Wiober, Mildred Wilcox, Michelle 260 Wilcox, Patricia 260 Wilcox, Tracy 260 Wilcox, Truyce 2611 Wilcoxson. Mark Wilde, Ben 40, 260 Wilde. Connie 260 Wilde. Daniel Wilde. Darrell 260 Wilde, Joe 2611 Wilde. Penni Wilde. Tony 260 Wilie. Brett 261 Wilkerson, Stacia 260 Wilkes, Sam 260 Wilkins. Jerry Wilkinson. Eric 122 Wilkinson. Scot 128. 260 Wilda, Beverly Wilks. Brian Willeke, Vita Willett, Shelley 137, 2611 Willette. Candice 260 Willey. Steven Williams. Angela 260 Williams, Annette 260 Williams. Becky 260 Williams. Britt 260 Williams, Charles Williams, Christa Williams, Curtis 260 Williams, David 260 Williams, Debra Williams, Diana 260 Williams. Elizabeth 261 Williams. Frances 261 Williams, Gail Williams, Gregg Williams. Gregory 261 Williams, William Williams. llne Willtams, Robert 261 Williams. James 261 William:-, Jeanette Williams, Jeanne 261 Williams, Jetlrey 261 Williams-,.let1'rey tl 2111 Williams., John 2151 William-1, Judith 261 Williams, Kathleen Williams. Keith 124. 2111 Williams. Kelvin Williams, Kenneth Williams, Kenneth W Williams. Kirk Williams, Libby 261 Williams. Marilyn 261 Wtlliama, Mark 261 W1lltams,lNlarty-261 Williams, Marv 261 V1'i111atns, Naomi Williams, Nicholas Wxlliams,1'a1rifxa 261 Williams, Patty Williams. Perry Williams. Rebecca 15, 12111, 1.17 Williams. Ronald Williams. Roy Lee Williams, Russell 128. 12111, 261 Williams, Serena 261 Williams. Sherry 261 Williams, Suzanne 261 Williams, Terry 261 Williams, Tonya 261 Williams, Weslev 261 Williams, William S Williams, Willie K Willamson, Farol 261 Willamson, Faith Williamson. Lawrence 261 Williamson. Susan 1251. 1611 Williford. Pamela 261 Willis. Deanne 261 Willis, Glenn Willie. Lee Willis. Myndte 261 Willis. Norman Willis. Sherrill 261 Wtllman, Jay Wills, Rany Wilson, Wilson. Wilson. Wilson. Becky 261 Bruce 162. 261 Bruce 261 Christine 261 Woodrutf. 1311116 U63 1.'l'oodr1.iFl, Jill 162 Woods,.1tmmy 262 Woodul, Karen 262 Woodul, Kathleen 262 Woodul. Mary Woodul Tualaon. Karen Woody, Putrtt ia l62 uwtotey, Gregory Woolley, Mu hat-l 124, .162 Wooster, Sherrie Woo1en,1'her1e 262 Worley. Dana 262 Worley, .laniea Worley, Shannon 262 Worrier. Itavid 162 Wovoba. Jonathon 262 Wozencrott, Linda Wright, Angelina 262 Wright,1'harlie 262 Wright, Deborah Wright. Edna Wr1gh1,tiregurylIl'i2 Wright. James 2112 Wrn1ht.Je1'iery 121, 262 Wright, ,loel 262 ungm. Laurie 21,2 Wright, Lea Ann 2611 Wright, Le:-lie Wrtght, Lori Wright, Misti 2621 Wright. Twana Wright, William 2611 Wrinkle, Vhristopher 2621 tvroe, Cheryl mars Wu, Lee-Ling 2611 Wulf. Linda 2651 YYull, ltltinlta 1.1l'1,26l1 Wupperman, Peggilee 2651 Wyatt, ,toon Wvatt, Mark Wynn, Marvin 2621 Yandell Flay 2651 Yanez, ac vat-ht.. gh, cat-ryt 26:1 Yarbrough, Shane 26171 Yarbrough, Stephen Yassen. Edward Yates ina 2611 uinlyn Yawn, Kay 263 Yawn. Sara Ybarra, Vynthia 2611 Ybarra. Jesusita Yharra. Raymond Yeager. Danny 2611 Y Yancey. Diane ' .i- tt u ' V , G Yates, Q Douglas 253 Wilaon.FhuckliU,F11. 128 Wilson, Clit1'ord 261 Wilson. Daren 261 Wilson. Darrell 261 Wilson. Everett 261 Wilson, Garv 261 Wilson. Janell 261 Wilson, Jan 261 Wilson, Jean 261 Wilson, Kelly 1112 Wilson, Kimberly Wilson, Lawrence Wilson, Michelle 2151 Wilson, Mickey 146 Wilson, M'Lisa 261 Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Patricia 125. 151.2131 Yeager. Ricky 2611 Yell. Joe 2631 Yerena, Elizabeth 150, 2153 Ynostrosa, Sammuel Ynostroza, Rose Yoas, Timothy 2611 York, Came 1211, 261 York. Kim 2613 York. Laurie Young. Bernard Young. Curtis Wilson. Randy 261 Wilson. Regina 261 Wilson. Rufus Wilson, Sarah Wilson. Suzanne 261 Wilson, Sylvester W1lsun.Wxl11am 261 Wimett. Charles Wtmmer. Calvin 9, 16. 125. 261 Winfield, Denise 261 Winheld, Ray 261 Wing, Karen 1611, 161, 261 Wink. Harvey Winkler. Su An Winkles. Kenneth 261 Winkles, Teresa Winn. Michael 261 Winnett, Kathy 261 Winstedl, David 261 Winstedt, Elizabeth Winter. Richard 99, 261 Winter. Scott Winterrowd, Julie 261 Wire, Richard Wisdom, James 127 Wisdom, Kevin 261 Wiseman. Karyn 261 Wiseman. Kimberley 261 Wittenbrink. Robin Wittenburg. David 261 Wittenhurg, Jeanna 261 Wittstruck, Martha 157 Woehl, Brenda 261 Woehl, Delores 261 Woehl, Gayenell 262 Woehl, Lisa 262 Wojszynski, Thomas Wojtek. Stacy 262 Wolcott, Constance Wolcott, Suzanne -10, 1518, 262 Wolfe, Kimberly 262 Wolfe, Sandra 262 Wolfe. Theresa Wolli. Greg Wnltf. Tammy 262 Womack, Ronald Womack, Tracy 120. 262 Wong. David 262 Wong, Kit Wong, Kuo-Weil 262 Wongsrichanalai. Buunwond Wood. Jennifer 137. 159, 262 Wood. Jere 262 Wood. Joseph 262 Wood, Kevin 125. 127. 262 Wood. Laura Wood, Phyllis 262 Wood, Rachelle Wood, Richard Wood, Theresa 262 Woodall. Rhonda 21, 123, 130. 200. 262 Woodruff. Jill Woods. Bryan 262 Young. Young, Cynthia Deborah 2611 i Young. Dennis L63 Young, Diane Ytong, Dwight 2611 Young, James 117, 2611 Young, .leF1rey 121 Young, Joel 21511 Young, Michael 2613 Young, Lisa 2651 Young, Lucia 1116. 2621 Young, Mark Young, Nora 2611 Young, Patricia 2611 Young, Renee 264 Young. Rhonda 1-17. 26-1 Young, Robert 264 Young, Shana Young, Shawn 26-1 Young. Suzanne Young. Todd 264 Young, Ulmda Youngblood, Rocky Youso. Frank Youso. Linda Z Zaha. Vicki Zamarippa. Virginia Zamudi Zamudi o, Damiana 264 o, Guadalupe 26-1 Zapata, Karen Zapata, Noel 26-1 Zapata, Rebecca 264 Zapata, Robert 26-1 Zapata, Sandra 150. 264 Zarate. Sandra 26-1 Zaruba, Scott 264 Zeitler, Cathenne 26-1 Zellrner. Wanda 118 zepe-da, Ray 1:13, 264 Zertuthe. Brenda Zhang, Demyl 264 Zhang, -lan 264 Zicterman. Robert Zimmerman, Gina 1217. 26-1 Zipper, Julie 26-l zty, Eddie 264 Zuehlke. Laura 26-1 Zuniga, Zumga, Mike Stella 26-1 ft Zych, Christine -6-1 Zych. Patrick Zygner, Kelli 26-1 279 1984-85 Rambouillet Staff Editor ........... ......... ............ . . . Sami Harman Assistant Editor .... .... L isa Musser Sports Editor .............. ...... J ose R. Brown Fall Layout Editor ........... ......... K athleen Everett Indispensable Staff Member .... ............. S herry Burson Creative Writers ........... ........................................... G ary Delude. Pam Roberts Staff Swing-Man ,... ................................................. R aymond Stubblefield Photographers ............................. Mike Howell, David Lozano. Eva Stuart. Anderson Breedlove, Dan Wheeler Contributing Writers: Alex Draughon. Rita Andolsen, Jim Albright. Elvin Putman, Tammy Olson, Carrie York, Susan William- son. Brent Ruddell, Gene Powell, Lynn Holmgren, Barbara Dempsey, Robert F. Gault, Yolanda Melendez. Contributing Photographers: Giles Smith, Scott Porter, B. Sanders. John Keefer, Tricia Miller, Jim Albright, Allen Adkins, Joe Scott Adviser ..... .......................... . . . Art Hanson Acknowledgements The Rambouillet staff wishes to thank, above all, Art Hanson for his patience, good humor and quality photography: Jim Batts for his belief that we could do it, Esther Yarbrough and the entire News and Information office, the Ram Page Staff for their Cooperationl and the San Angelo Standard-Times for the Stock Show and Rodeo photos. 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