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Index .... 0000 . 6 ..28 ..66 . .130 . .210 242 290 418 422 N. .A..Aj., .. .:- r, -:' '-' 'I' . fgnf' -Q' -' s 1 ,ZR rj.. , - 3' f - eg . '- ,f v.-f:., F1 , mp V "5 N . Sb! 1 5 4. wg. . , .v I A , N- v " 1. W1 Y , 5, 'V' H ' a", ':" .-, .ff 1.1- ' , .- g -gl-'LN' . ,f 'P' n i..-...,-- w- 1 ,f 1 -Q .., ,,, 3, x ' M ' ' 'MQ-.. , . ,,,. 34 :Nw w . df fm 2 af N Q,.q aw ,. wfray wg ,, as ,J fl . , 5' k V ' M 1 ,. S' n. + 55.1, I Wa' 3 1 7 'f j 4 ' 1 , 0' Q, 35" a ir W Q. . vikm, . W ,V X wi mv E Q Q 1: ' Ja y ff x 4' vs' MA 4 1 ' ii ' j,T".-A-.""::W5l. fgv"'Q-'V' . " ,W .' - u 4 f' W'g.s.ftw'2'm-. frfs ff:.w'.- 1- ., -. k .4 f ve .-ws. W. , ' " 1' N 'fi '- 1 4 ff 'qF'fX1!Nxs1x:fX 'F 5' iff 'J f-I fQ,mfQ.J y,'x:,q--:Nia R I 'f,,fwvmwHwM fre- o , 15? 'Mmm-lx f- 3: . 1, A 3 '6 vw v,.w"?Q-QM--.4 5,4 u , 1 I' x Y, ' ' i rx ' 4+ -,,-y.'k'5,,,,.,,gf ' , I ' V- - 'vv,u.4'A!l 'uiW - 1-fm. !,1X, yx., 2 1 AM WW "Wu, X 0 ' - W if 7' "sv YQ., ' . - . 1 F ...W Q V U thnx ,A fir!! : S xl V ff A-5 65' S- .nl 7 v 4 'W . Q. ,lm ,ATZ M .Aw ,,.,.- . J- -1,-.X sf x 1mXT?"'f 2 ,L N' ' N sf' Q Q . lg .-us'--1 .:x,' .X "3.. 'fi - wi. :qi Y! K , mrgpnfavlwx X ak f fm, wg wi: Q . gp-. 'vp 1 5 ,J ' ,o"' Q O is found everywhere in this college. Arlington State College begins its day when five thousand cars surge onto the campus. From the parking lots and from the dorms, a mass of people begins to move through the campus. Each person is a part of the college and each has a particular task. Administrators look through the day's appointments, profes- sors record last-minute grades from yesterdays quiz, and students fill the classrooms, the library and the student center. As the day progresses, activities increase. Throughout the day, each building hums with its own particular noises. Science Hall bubbles and hisses quietly. College Hall resounds with the sound of practice pianos, the tuning of horns, the blare of the lab band, and the quiet business of the adminis- trative offices. Unusual lectures float into the halls of the Engineering Building - a discussion of differential equations, an explanation of electrical circuits, a recitation in one of four or five languages, or a speech on marketing research. The heart of the campus is the student center. It is a mixture of all emotions- panic before a quiz, intense con- centration on a bridge game, or interest in a special lecture. The student center is also the battleground of an idealistic war between organizations and the masses. The newly formed Rebel Rousers and the Student Government try to destroy apathy. Non-joiners argue that none of the organizations are important. Thus life fills the campus until late at night when the last car leaves and the last dorm light is clicked off. l Yr- r P' NM ,... N., .-N, my pla- '14 .. H-f .. K. Aw, i l i l i l I L l Form is the product of a definite design. Architects at ASC have been striving to give the campus a sense of unity. The master plan for the campus is coming to life, instead of being a distant goal. The campus is achieving symmetry. Definite plans for structure and similar designs are being used in the new buildings. The forward progress of the campus is marked as each proposed change becomes a reality. Our growing campus has attained beauty with a definite character of its own. Form and structure are the physical properties that make the campus real and tangible. They are the only properties by which a campus visitor can judge ASC. Although additions will be made modern, many of the present structures will remain the same and will link the future college to the past college. In the fast-moving pace at ASC, the student can cling to the physical structures that tie in and make forward progress more acceptable. gr I ff' T A E 4 i 2' '."' A'f""'-"5 - - I . Lfrw. Sfliif-l'fQf'i-rite limi' - 1, si' fi fi' if:+e,-wi ' 4 'v 1 'if' 'pri' -vf':Q'ir?iiS"kq4:Qrf " 'Yi 'T 1.1, ,, . .. .HA . ' ,,,. ,lv A . 2 I .A 'Q' o. 3. eb, W' glgjiurfg "-xwv' .0135 " 'M' 'f'ygkf'5g-Tgffiligf'-.3 Nz. RY gf, .'g--1 . -1 Q4 ,up .' 'fy' .x - gf-L, -163, X. .o.'--'ls' M sag t,,.4a., Q. - H3 15- . ':. ,Vx 5 .ty 'X-uf I X 4-,'A-,',bg-gin - N K gf' .. 'o'gA.v" . 5 wir ,, I ' si., . 3 V 'A ww,-. - .gxgkvv-gy: In-P 1 '-ff pg, .pw n4yt.cj,ax,f,s fps: f'w ,N . ., ' 'jzfh fu, -w . rfvvfw- 'e - .mm jay-y .ear . ., w ff' W", 'ah'-5' . 'W' ' '- b . 1.151 ."1I,'-5 Q ' Y iq 4- "' Y I . fi- .',u"J:':." , "" T L- --f gif' Q,'-'fn f:"' " ' Z 'TV - n ip, i F523 f, 'l :w r M .At rv.-QL 2, 2 'i A ' . fi-ff f 'if -Q. w+fW4-fr.ax-3 Q f N-' ir' '12 gr 'a-fun. 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A . . . . , ', rw" 2-' 'Q L ' H ,r '.vp W ,K :QL " -'J my x n X, a I I I 'W - , " 'r " .A 4' ."- 4 B-4 rl' I I ' ' r 'I r . v '4 , ' x ,nqwr -lf al' at ,n N ,. .' . I., lf." N Y ' . .' I- -. ,qs K 5 . . 'y , j. -R1 . - .. nl , ' ' I-lp A .- - 1 , - - '.. ., I1 . ' '. -.- .' ' U s' ' .- A YM v. , .Q I' 'J ' 4 . o- in c I ' Qi 0 5 . -I . 4 . .I . , 1 NNW . ' . , .pi 'lsgfv Q . .. , "IF PY A. A ,.,Nm- A - T: . , NM... . um , K "wif, ,Q xl' - , .. ' " .. . x 1 -sf' QW. ,J A jy4.,,J.f5g--ryvg 1f...ln-.H ' .ff .. - 3 . Yl' .,,,.--.- . . ,' -1 , - ,, .S .. . V lnkugzlgrg - W 1-.f 'fa' ,TQ , ,J 'T wpmwq Mx'-f21',,... .. ...Q V I O is a requirement that any organi- zation must have in order to function as a complete unit. Arlington State satisfies all the necessary demands of being a complete institutiong but it also contains some outstanding attributes. Forty-one per cent of the entire faculty hold doctoral degrees and a majority of these are in the field of science. Students have created a composite of campus govern- ment, extracurricular activities, and academic responsibility. The enrollment indicates that approximately one-third of the students major in Business Administration, and one-fourth major in Engineering. Together, the students, faculty, and campus of Arlington State form a composition indicative of a growing college. reflects the progress of an organism's growth. At first, slight and undetailed motions occurg but with maturity, dynamic gestures result. Arlington State College is following this same pattern of movement in becoming one of the largest colleges in Texas. The student body appears as the major portion of Arlington Statels move- ment. Each dissected part of the campus functions with deli- cate and intense movement, Sometimes slow, sometimes tedi- ous, sometimes rapid, and sometimes fun, the movement all has one result - a progressive college. Other activities such as dances, rush parties, bonfires, and social entertainment pro- vide for the survival of movement. Each student activity appears as a basic part of the developing movement, while the campus as a whole performs the vivid and exact motions of a college on the move. ff-haw, Xx.,.,'gN X 'Q u..NXf2 EH X -. s. at ASC has been fantastic, among the fastest of any school in Texas, The college was founded in 1895 as Arlington College, a private institution, and had a succession of names until 1917 when it became state supported. ASC acquired senior college status in 1959. The government of the college was vested in the Texas ASLM University System board of directors from 1923 to 1965. ASC finally severed its ties with Texas A8zM in the spring of 1965 and became a member of the University of Texas System. This link has made Arlington State a part of a system regarded as one of the best in the nation. Increasing prestige has resulted in greater enroll- ment. Soaring to 11,849 for the fall semester, the number of students this year has almost quadrupled that of a decade ago. The size of the faculty has more than doubled since that time and now numbers over 350. A massive building program has been necessary to meet the needs of the exploding campus population. The campus now covers 200 acres of land. Facilities costing nearly 33.5 million were coin- pleted in 1965 alone, bringing the total assets 'to over 324 million. Included in these new projects were the multipurpose auditorium, a theater, a health center, an outdoor swimming pool, an athletic track and a building to serve as dressing rooms for athletic teams. Expansion will be even greater in the future. Among the major projects planned, or already under construction, are a four-story addition to the library costing 32.1 million, a 31.4 million class-room build- ing, a 3250,000 addition to the men's physical educa- tion building and a 3325,000 expansion of the cam- pus power plant. 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L.: - ., - V. 5:2 4. , .ii,: AMW A -A , X5 V 4 ' V ' ' . V ' ' . 4 . . MJHJM2 ' 'iv . -rV VVL-:M ,' 55' f.V- -V,5'?- - ,V V' ' ' ::.- wr - e "..,:::1,f, , : V . . if V '1.f..gi,:v,1' VL .3 'Fm . 5 5 wr A 'W . A ' -. " ff' ' V Elf? wav A' V ,,,.. 1 V V .V V Vf.p.:.p M ww ' '- A Y ,P f ,q,V,,,,,g,g,.,:.'V, 0 jV, A V::,VwV'1'Y 'V..:f.,.VV:.1:m., V. LV .V . 4 W xx- R 31 .. Xf?Mfi'1-E ... Jffffff A Living College . Arlington State College lives as a school with a spirit and a soul. As a relatively new school, it is startling people throughout the state with its rapid growth and its determina- tion to overcome impending problems. The spirit of adventure and a feeling of vitality permeate every facet of ASC. No goal seems too great, no standard too high, no tradition too ambitious as Arlington State College, alert and responsive, moves toward the future. The campus is an impressive symbol of the past and the future. Seemingly overnight, vacant lots are turned into new structures devoted to pursuit of the sciences and the arts. Some of the older buildings remain, but behind their aged facades there are new classrooms, new machinery - and that indefinable something, a new outlook, fresh ideas, and a new spirit of youth. But the most impressive manifestation of the vitality and spirit of Arlington State College is the student body. Each student soon becomes aware of the ambitious goals of ASC and becomes aggressive himself. Each student realizes that progress is being made, and is himself overcome with the idea of progress. Each student is alert and responsive to the new adventure on the ASC campus. He willingly undertakes as his own goal the building of an institution that will present to future generations the image that it presents to this generation- that of a living college. -,WI . f lg X vm-XE, , ., Q 'X -ri ' 44 , .K . 'WX ,sw ' -f f 1 v 3...- ' A as X is X X X S 5..,. X, v ggi rs s ? X ,af fr' N X' ,.,,,. A V Q f f-iff 4 . c , ' ' :seg-1:. , 'Wg 5 , Q, lit? ilk ga, .,.,51.,QlUI1,u ,. ..,.. ,. Quintana- 53,-.f I c 3 I ix Fly!! P, ., I E X 1,4 'fa 4 A ,,, J , iv 5 w l , 1 ,V uw y V N 'A ' A' ik fifv fx S V' N ? , . , . ,., I . v 1 ., .wx """'l .mmmwm we xg rg' 'iv W KQM I: JC AT - 9 ,xb Afwgw, ,Q A amz 4 'H V,A A kw ,5 ,AK ,ff Jax: Kgmflg X Q., K N'f"'wf, xy, xxx gym,-R. !!lk' v. Q W 'A Y 4 t Q 'tl N K -""'-I iii ,I-'ll 5 R ' wtX ff" if xf fl fin' ma M s X1 Q A Q, WQQQ . V , .fm U . xg, W SXZQX .,, - 5 'X Q gig Wig. N Q Q xm X 4 Nw Q5 N 2 ,K x +4 WORI 5 .3 taxi IX? 1565! GROUPS LOYALTY ,Mx 'pal' an--43 Diversified Forces Combine to Choracferize a World In Itself Work, time, pride, loyalty, and groups-these are the eal and intangible forces that make ASC a living, growing ollege. They make the college a small world in itself, operat- ng on the same principles as the larger world of which it is , part. Each group works toward goals that will benefit all of the tudents. Students take pride in their achievements, Working ogether toward a common objective draws individuals closer ogether and promotes loyalty. Groups are the factors that 'ind ASC socially and scholastically. They are looking for- ward and taking steps to make the college a unified body of people with high standards. lt takes time and it takes work, .ut the result is a living college. ., 11.1 s 'X , -' ' .4 :Slip M S " s W' 0 f its .. A ,"i T x i-- .g Na., , reii 'X we X , ,g1,i 'X ,,,,. l 3 0 5 l X ,,,.,. ff , 5 '.,, ,Lf wwwri I MNM ' 'sfikvvs-" S-..., Myer' ,e,i,, TIME PR'DE avi x XXX 15.1 Complete All ,roms ln jnk Z f ......4' 1 Progressive Changes Achieved In Library and IBM Processing Library study and reference work will become more pleas- ant with the addition of four stories to the present building. Work began this year on the library, and the building should be completed before September, 1967. Three elevators will be installed for student use in the seven story structure. Library space has been a big problem at ASC, but with the new addition, ample space will be provided. The ground floor will be reorganized to include technical processes, a browsing area where the reserve room was, a larger reserve room, the circulation desk, and the card catalogue. Reference material and documents will be located on the second floor. Periodicals, study areas, and general reading will compose the third, fourth, and fifth floors. The sixth floor will contain special collections, archives, displays, and a large lecture room seat- ing 100 persons. Audio-visual aids and possibly a snack bar will fill the basement. This addition, which will more than double the book capacity, is subsequent to last year's scrapping of the Dewey Decimal System for filing books. Under the new Library of Congress System, a letter rather than a number is used to signify the book's subject matter. Another progressive change has taken place in the Data Processing Department. IBM computers process the records of almost 12,000 Arlington State College students each semester. Data Processing maintains the addresses of all students and produces all class rolls and teacher, student, and class schedules. It also processes the annual budget and a fee audit and runs a special report on student credit hours. During the fall a new IBM academic process was developed whereby the student's standing is evaluated on his overall academic performance. ig-3 t iii W 'Q ri' , Q. ,xiii , .V v- Q ,M s -f ? H 5 'ii' t X Q f 9 55 'V 5 .1 35 ,A N. S' i ,g"' f f ,. ff ' W' f"fx t, Z M., 'eg ,, , f if 'Z -'Q U JZ mug, uW1i2H'5?2TX17zJ f's 4'AV?.L' ti, " A " W"A"'7'ff. W . f , A... . . 7' wwf L - ...M if - ff" It S H . ',1pI "-'I Sio .l I 1 4 341515 , X ..', 3 . F321 2 If 6 K 'v Uh fig if .1 4' 5 " . V. bfpfg P Q X f -wxv -XXX MUSHI 'Q A-15.8 A S I J X N Commuters and Night Students Comprise Majority of Enrollment Commuters from Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington and sur- rounding areas constitute about 89 per cent of the students at Arlington State. Since such a vast majority of students are commuters, they play a large part in determining the atmos- phere of the college. Students find it less expensive to attend college while living at home. The parking facilities that surround the campus are a characteristic of ASC. Approxi- mately 8,000 parking permits were issued for the fall semester to students who commute. Equally important to ASC are the night students, who number 2,868 Most of the students work during the day. Many are married. Ling-Temco-Vought employs math, science, and engineering students in their co-op program, and these young men and women take night courses at ASC. Most are serious-minded students striving to achieve an academic goal. Commuters and night students play a major role in ASC, and they will continue to do so. ASC fills their needs and provides the opportunity for education to many who would not have the opportunity otherwise. The college is the unify- ing factor for these people of diverse backgrounds, it draws them together in their struggle to comply with the high standards set by ASC. Dormitories Provide On-Campus Housing for 871 ASC Students Dorm life at Arlington State involves 871 students. The girl's dormitory. Lipscomb Hall, houses approximately 340 women. Mrs. Lera Hancock, Dean of Women, is director of Women's residence affairs. Pachl Hall. Davis Hall, and Trinity House, the three men's dorms. house approximately 531 men. Marion Jacob is director of men's residence aflairs. The dormitory directors are aided by dorm mothers and by student counselors. Dormitory rooms are well-lighted and provide adequate study facilities. Space for group study is also provided. Snack bars as well as TV and lounge areas are located in the dorms. L fb! V Rl............ Qi E N'-. A4- ASC Compiements Opportunities Of Fort Worth - Dallas Region Arlington is the focal point of a great metropolitan area which includes Dallas and Fort Worth. ASC satisfies the need of this great industrial area for a progressive college. Graduates of ASC find many job oppor- tunities awaiting them. lndustrial firms in the area have pro- grams enabling men and women to work and attend school either alternately or simultaneously. ASC and the Dallas- Fort Worth area greatly complement each other. ASC pro- vides a continual flow of well-trained individuals who are prepared to enter the professional World, Both cities make use of the college: and the opportunities afforded students, both occupationally and socially, are greatly increased by the cities. Dallas and Fort Worth provide many social activities which are enjoyed by ASC students. Casa Manana and the Dallas Theatre Center are cultural centers for residents of Dallas, Fort Worth. and Arlington. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra is a nationally prominent organization. Arlington was chosen as the site of Turnpike Stadium, the home of the Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs. Six Flags Over Texas, a national tourist attrac- tion, employs many ASC students and provides exciting entertainment. Dallas and Fort. Worth have shown their appreciation of ASC by giving their support to the college, The cities are a challenge to the college, which must keep pace or become useless. When progress is made by the college, the cities benefit, and achievements by the cities contribute to the col- lege, Dallas and Fort Worth are progressive cities, and ASC is striving to maintain its position of importance in the over- all picture of a modern area. ffv if . Kiwi" l 1 . Q I N .fag ...L ,Wm fafw? if A 4 fi v c1i:g 27 Q Ad f I 30 42 F lfy R h 58 LEADERSHIP 9- L df' FACULTY- STAFF? Arlington State K 54692 900 92 'S OO ser 0 nl 'fr ADMINISTRA TION Arhngtof f FACUL ew so 4 'Pe Qfe 0 eq 0 Qc' 04 4 06 TY and STAFF TELEPHONE DIRECTORY Texas System Provides Chance For Reorganization, Expansion In addition to the enrollment and structural growth of Arlington State College, the organization of schools within the college has undergone considerable change, This revision occurred for several reasons. First, it resulted from the growth of the School of Liberal Arts, which has doubled over the last five years. Second, it arose from the need for a School of Business Administration to meet the requirements of stu- dents majoring in business or economics. This group involves Jver one-third of the students at ASC. The re-division has been triggered by the plans for a graduate school. Probably nore prominent was the purpose of providing a somewhat Jetter administrative arrangement. i Under the new system, Arlington State maintains four schools, the School of Liberal Arts, t.he School of Business Administration, the School of Engineering, and the School Jf Sciences. Former head of the Department of Business, Wallace B. Nelson, was made Dean of the School of Business Administration, which offers degrees in business and eco- iomics. Dean of Engineering is Wendle Nedderman, who has Deen head of that department for six years. Allen J. Herndon acting Dean of both Liberal Arts and Sciences until a per- anent dean for each of these divisions is selected. The chool of Liberal Arts now includes the departments of Eng- Education, Foreign Language, History, Government, Art, Music, Psychology, Physical Education, and Science. The School of Sciences is made up of the Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, and Physics N To X ,if . g ,f JJ'q'.- 'WJ' ts: 'f', l President Jack R. Woolf Dr. Jack R. Woolf is serving his fifth year as president of Arlington State College. Before coming to ASC, he served as Assistant to the Dean of Engineering at Texas ASLM. The President left his duties at A8zM in 1957 and came to ASC as a dean of the college. Inaugurated on February 27, 1960, Dr. Woolf had been acting in the president's capacity since November, 1958. As director of ASC's policy, he is responsible for the operations and activities of the school. It is also his re- sponsibility to determine policy within the college and to formulate the annual budget. Dr. Woolf is chairman of both the College Executive Committee and the Academic Council. Dr. Woolf reflects the progressive movement of Arling- ton State College. He was named "Young Man of the Year" for 1960 by the Arlington Junior Chamber of Commerce and "Engineer of the Year" for 1961 by the Tarrant County Chapter of the Texas Society of Pro- fessional Engineers. Board of Regents Coordinates University of Texas System Second-largest school in the University of Texas System is Arlington State College. As the youngest member in the system, ASC was new to be governed by the nine-member Board of Regents. The board members, nominated by the governor with the advice and consent of the Texas Senate, I serve six-year terms. Their staggered terms allow three new I members to be nominated every two years. Heading the Board in his second term as Chairman was I W. W. Heath of Austin, vice chairman was Frank C. Erwin, Jr. of Waco. Walter P. Brenan of San Antonio was chairman I of the Executive Committee, Mrs. J. Lee Johnson III of Fort Worth, chairman of the Building and Grounds Committee, Dr. H. F. Connally, Jr. of Waco, chairman of the Medical Af- fairs Committee, Mr. Erwin, chairman of the Land and In- vestment Committee, Rabbi Levi A. Olan of Dallas, chair- man of the Academic and Development Committee. Other regents were Frank Ikard of Wichita Falls, Jack S. Josey of Houston, and William H. Bauer of Port Lavaca. I This Board is responsible for spending over S100 million l each year for the operation of the UT System. They deter- lr mine all policies of the system, ranging from equipment pur- chases to curriculum decisions. Dr. Harry H. Ransom, Chancellor I Left to right: Levi A. Olan, Walter P. Brenan, Frank C. Erwin, Frank Ikard, W. W. Heath, Jack S. Josey, Mrs J Lee . Johnson, III, William Bauer, H. F. Connally, Jr. M.D. 'igliilm gqx QPWQ if CLAUDE R. GILSTRAP Dedication The retirement of Professor Claude R. "Chena" Gilstrap as head coach ended a 13-year stint for ASC's man of football. Coach Gilstrap served the Rebel team and backers well in compiling a winning record for the college on both junior and senior college levels. Coach Gilstrap's humor always bright- ened a losing Rebel season, and his optimism for the future made defeat easier. In addition to his duties at the college, Coach Gilstrap is an outstanding community member. Tom Vandergriil, mayor of Arlington, said, "We in Arlington don't think of Chena just as a coach, but as a grand ambassador for Arlington." He has been named Citizen of the Year and President of the YMCA. His leadership ability is demonstrated by the respect and admiration given him by the many young men he has coached throughout his career and by his own sons. Professor Gilstrap is now responsible for the duties of head of the department of physical education and director of ath- letics. Claude "Chena" Gilstrap is serving ASC and the city of Arlington, and he will always be a favorite of the students, fans, citizens, and youngsters of this area. 1 I '- Academic Deans! If " fxxfip L 9 il if v 5 ffzfai 1 f I.. I. ' . . fr 1: 13: 'Z . K' I Q if ...X v " 'if fikpfv ' , iiixfigle ' ,ak ZW, :s w ., 5 1 l "Nil tv 1 x M7...,.Qk. V, .AM ' 1 - 'Vi ' . K--.Q-"' Dr. S. T. Keim, Jr. Dr. Wendell H. Nedderman Dean of Academic Affairs Dean of Engineering Dr. Allen J. Herndon Dr. Wallace B. Nelson Dean of Arts and Sciences Dean of Business ,V -Q. 36 1 W. .,. Ii s. Student Deans X! r W, r Dr. Robert Dollar Weldon Brewster Dean of Student Life Dean of Student Administration Dr. Horace Gillespie Mrs. Lera D. Hancock Dean of Men Dean of Women Qtr -.W-.K . p 3? as E, F S Dr. J. D. Bryant Dr. Wesley E. Mead Assistant Dean of Business Assistant Dean of Student Administration Richard M. Robl Assistant Dean of Student Life I x A - M ' f -X 1 4 1 1. , hunky W A ' xf Ihr!-xy fb .le-xx "xi . X QI A xl, K v ' ,J .L U if . .I t 11 A Q 1' ' 1 A 1 S- ' 2 it V iv ' X if MM r if if ' xl f' me 9' I' ' A-.X lwxin it Q sa. M l., Lx. ...- ... . - ,1 x 1 if I . H 1 wa. 3 LW W Mfg .3 gk .psqsgf ' if wa... Dr. Charles H. Connally Assistant Dean of Student Administration Vlarion L. Jacob Director of Men's Residence Affairs VM vi ..., Q ri " . 1 I 3,.v-mf-0 W... I, . S if ' ff? 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Brown Joe Bailey Assistant Registrar Business Manager 'ZXB1 I r----1 2 l K, Mk 4. , , o ll' AIN R Q . libbw - X :-g..q,,s-Q.. N-4' X3 h .. P5-al X. N mm 1. Carroll Sheffield Ronald Z. Prince Chief Accountant Assistant Registrar Mrs. Louise F. Crider Jonnie M. Arnold Bursar Purchasin A ent g g .W 5 Ll fl! Richard M. Yantis Gerald T. Wimpee Editor of Official Publications Data Processing Manager Mrs. Jane Gentry Smith Student Activities Advisor William A. Brown Info is 'fl rmation Writer Uv . Y .qw me 'if-"' 5' UT IX 63 U Www 1 Fl RST NATION M, BANK Mafvin J- Sc' . Spencer R. Lewis Assistant Data Processing Manager Adminisimiive Assisiani Kenneth L. Whitt Director of Public information Q ,..-fc sa' M FACULTY f ' 'x .f I . X5 4' .3 g SLN Q, g i ik . fffffitf wx.. ' sw ,wk .. Q. : ' tg.. is wa - 1 A' . . I NY.: 5 ' ? i Q lf fi ? h 5 X S A - f 3 .,,, f iX :. V' 5 45, Wi' 2 sy, Q - ' x--k X - 'lf:s:...-::.s.z' . s ""' Duane A. Adams Foreign Languages Mary Dot Adams English dl: Speech Mary Lee Alford Art Robert W. Amsler History, Government, dt Sociology Keith Amstutz Music al. 'Q-f fa ' DN WX I' f iv Nf1'f'r-:f"! X X X Nr i QQ' V gig 'ho ' .1 ,-f I, . .- ' . iz. l1,:'f?1s,: ' ,f'??fffn ' . - Zlzfggsfgf ,v ..,, . . - '4fw,:f'Q - 1' ' . : X fff ffzif z 135 ','j'af!2l fa! I n 4 ,F : 7 ffemf: .. .' .I r f. . f M -.a...,+:1.. . -i '9- , -5 A 1 if W f . . . u f 9' "V" ' 'Q i -,. , :fr 1 if . - NNTP - 1 V s one-. .s K I ,nl 'W' K S 'v' , I f 'M i aye' Roy Avant Technical Institute Joy Ashby Business di Economics Walter G. Austin, Jr. Business dt Economics Frank L. Baird History, Government, dl: Sociology Melva Lynn Baker Library Science E. C. Barksdale History, Government, dt Sociology, Head Ann Benham Chemistry E. P. Berryhill Mathematics Roberta W. Betts Art Truman D. Black Physics Paul S. Blakney English 62 Journalism Matthew S. Blanton Technical Institute Jo Boatright Music R. B. Boley Biology J. D. Boon Geology, Head Carter E. Boren History, Government, cfs Sociology E. L. Bost Technical Institute Robert D. Boyle History, Government, cQ Sociology Louis Bragg Biology William R. Brazzil Biology Charles Bruce English J. D. Bryant Business di Economics James Bryce Business cQ Economics Paul Buettiker Aerospace cQ Mechanical Engineering Daniel C. Burkholder Music Harold G. Burman Chemistry Jerome Q. Burns Engineering Mechanics James E. Caffey Civil Engineering Margaret A. Cameron English Donald Cantwell Business QQ Economics Anita Carlton Music Barbara B. Carol Library Science Robert N. Carter Business 62 Economics Floyd L. Cash Electrical Engineering Frank Cheavens Psychology Mo-Shing Chen Electrical Engineering Monroe Cheney Physics Dorothy Lynn Chesnut Mathematics Mervin R. Childers Mathematics Jo R. Chrisman Business 62: Economics Donna S. Christopher English Sgt. Alvin E. Clark Military Science Charles R. Clay Technical Institute Curtis E. Clegg Technical Institute Russell E. Clemons Geology Joyce Cochran English Kenneth M. Coffelt Biology Robert E. Coke Mathematics 1 : ,", I Q S1 .. ' 1 1 ws 1' u. 'iv' 4Z.t'4'-25255 0 w-34, 4.3 ss ef.. 'Maxine A . It D: -hw . x 'p ,ng np, 'W V' Ari fc- 5' -si? QQ. L Salvatore Comitini Business di: Economics J. F. Cook Business dt Economics Cecil R. Couch Library Science Charles M. Coulter Technical Institute Edward A. Cowan Foreign Language Nita F. Cox English -..f"UW if I Qmw, if .Y jf' 'W'- 5. ,iw 1 uf" 4 if 1g lg f NS ...B S X . 5 . Q' Qfxr 1 I . .gs , 'IES 'N .W 'mx' -45" x KW if sw-Q, M x.N,m'f ' tl .. '3'Cv'X 'haf' uc. kv .Wr- E.. 'A , f "'7',2Q -n Clifton W. Crenshaw Technical Institute Stephen Crumb Electrical Engineering Joseph W. Dalley Mechanical Engineering, Head Clarence P. Denman History, Government, dt Sociology Paul G. Desha Biology Mary Lou Devenport Physical Education Leonard M. Diana Physics Harry E. Dice History, Government eff Sociology Ronald K. Dieb English, Erwin G. Doughty Physics James E. Dowdey Physics Wilmon H. Droze History, Government, do Sociology James W. Duff Technical Institute H. A. D. Dunsworth Mathematics, Head Rex Dyer Art Clarence M. Echart Civil Engineering -PICA lv' ai. ' ,?N 1 Q, Lf QI." as Clayton L. Eichelberger English Charles M. Eller Technical Institute William G. Elliot History, Government, di: Sociology 'A Jason A. Ellis t ' Physics .3VWx- -35 N Emory D. Estes . X l" f 'Q English W 'Tr W , Noel J. Everard H ,. 5- 5 ' Q NJ 'f W Engineering Mechanics - '- .,., A X . -f David R. Falconer l X WLC? 'Q 'Li ' Mathematics Y' X -5, Patsy K. Faught I English I 1 . 'liilzf . as Carl W. Files Aerospace 62 Mechanical Engineering, Head Neita J. Flenniken English Wesley Flinn Music Russell Floyd Mathematics Ben M. Forbes History, Government, di Sociology E. H. Ford Technical Institute, Head Ailsey Forester English George E. Fortenberry English Robert J. Foster Mathematics Ronald C. Foster Aerospace 62 Mechanical Engineering Rosemary Fowler Chemistry Richard A. French English X 4 gf, GQAFQW Egal Feldman History, Government, ci Sociology X 'nl'--V' b 'X .. .-. .- 4-1 z '-4: - 5, ff ir' 1217 4 I ' '.'1. '.1-L-'--F9 -A ff-sis 1-1.- uy na. -II? Qu... Bernard Lee Frye Biology John A. Gardner Mathematics Jimmy W. Garrett Physical Education Barbara M. Getts Business dl Economics Carl L. Gilbert History, Government, dt Sociology Joe Gilbreath Mathematics Frank G. Gladden Biology Joe L. Goodwin English :Q Speech John M. Goodwin Electrical Engineering A. V. Goyne English Harold R. Green Mathematics Calvin D. Grigg Art David E. Groner English cb Speech Grover C. Grubb Civil Engineering Luther G. Hagard History, Government, Sociology C. C. Hall Biology Orton Hamby Art Wingo W. Hamilton Mathematics Sam Hamlett History, Government, Sociology Melba Hammack English Kenneth R. Hammock Library Science Lee E. Harville Military Science John J. Haynes Civil Engineering, Head Grady D. Haywood Technical Institute Larry F. Heath Mathematics Thomas R. Hellier Biology Allen J. Herndon Education, Head Ulrich O. Herrmann Physics Alan Hill Business ci Economics Dolores Holder Foreign Language Ledlie R. Holland Mathematics Harold M. Hollingworth History, Government, cQ Sociology William F. Holmes History, Government, di Sociology Joseph D. Hopkins Art Leueta Hord Library Science Rayford L. Hoyle Chemistry Tseng Huang Mechanical Engineering Capt. Chetwin M. Hurd Military Science Thurman M. Jasper Mathematics Alvin Jett Foreign Languages Charles W. Jiles Electrical Engineering Col. Charles C. Johnson Military Science, Head Grover L. Johnson Chemistry Capt. John W. Joyce Military Science Howard W. Joyner Art, Head W. J . Karraker Education Sondra O. Kaufman English 62 Speech D. V. Keilstrup Foreign Language Edward Kemp Architecture Ernest C. Kennedy Mathematics Homer L. Kerr History, Government, dt Sociology Charlie Key Physical Education Albert S. King Civil Engineering Ruth E. Kleinmann English Wendell Knox History, Government, dt .Sociology Howard Lackman History, Government, di: Sociology ww - ? . ' 4- .'.'f ff' 1 Q,-4 V- f we-1 :gysisf :EN Jw QT .a--. ASF 'QU 'Um- E ye 3.4 'L-5... 'ii 1' 5 ,fi--g .. 7, ,951--. - ,, s 'I ' ., 7 'I .al Sr 'X is F- . 53 A .1 Jr . 'JW' 1 '. - I J' 1 I v ff ,A " ix 0 It 5 .Q -sr J: J L31 5, , 'xv ki U Ns. I i ff N Mil A ,,... E ,gg Q ' We . T mi MJ" if N ..,. fr -Q was ' ,L - 1 "'?'f'3T'Q -'Nv,.al'i1sQX-s,, 'fag-x X ,Q wx ' X K. . .,.. ' Xi fix ' A . J 1 . Hs' Q- 5-af X K T' mga? 5' i . s. Mathematics ix -r, I-Q.. R -I Liston Lands as sl ass V 1 . 1 W, l 'ik X f S' Kent L. Lawrence g Mechanical Engineering John S. Lewis English was 1 if mg ,Qs . K-.if . X' f 'Q'w,gff2""xr' 4 x qw .M-4 ei kv -M. Y .1 Y cw mx . nv, '-'.-- ' X 3 ' -1... :- .Q . as be as ' sa' sf 5? sm. Qws ffm - 21' in Robert L. Littlefield English Roy N. Lokken History, Government, di: Sociology Robert H. Lunday Technical Institute .4VM" WN fs' 1 J: bi A. rm U x si is .il 5' I X , ,, ':2 X . -A "W .. Q lm Yr I r 9 . . 1: 'v , in g 4. 1 ' in X ga - X Q-4 Q PS '- 'rf uv-.L 5 A.. ixrflliw 'tty 'f wi 1 'rifwsa , E 5 '4 5 2' v-.gl it Fm . ! FW' Q in-. I Mir, 1 ,UM l 4 if . HW? X . , 5 Q 455-gg, rw- im' Q! B Bruce A. Mack Foreign Languages Jack H. Mahan Music, Head James M. MaHoney Music Edwin H. Mammen Industrial Engineering R. J. Marquis Physics, Head William W. Martin Architecture Nolen G. Massey Physics Hubert L. C. Matthias History, Government, di: Sociology Hugh D. McAfee Chemistry John W. McConnell Electrical Engineering William B. McC1'ady Biology Ted H. McDonald History, Government, di: Sociology Charles L. McNulty Geology William R. Meacham Biology Wesley E. Mead Mathematics France A. Meier Industrial Engineering Wuuam o. Miller 35 -iffiww also-x Mathematics Richard Mitchell .3 Mathematics . ' Roger W. Mitchell S- X Mathematics Norman C. 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Poage Industrial Engineering, ,,-...., VN K Head ' """" Lois A. Pool Library Science William F. Postlethwaite Music J. Dan Powell O Geology 'Q Audra L. Prewitt History, Government, cf: Sociology Judson M. Ramsey Physical Education C' ,X 3.7" ,gif ab 1' V M 'LRC Cliiford Randall Civil Engineering Stephin T. Rascoe Art Charles A. Ray Business ci Economics Clarence R. Redden Technical Institute Maj. Mark L. Reese Military Science William Reher Business dt Economics C. D. Richards History, Government, cQ Sociology Henryette Robinson Library Science Glen M. Rodgers History, Government, cfc Sociology R ,,Z5"+h-.,, . I6 X kim' ws. fx F. ., E tx W: Q I . K 36' "'7""' -'ss 4 . -fam mfs, ' 1 ,, "ki: l NX ff I A is ' 6 , , if 1 f X: is 2. 1 i .f'Sf?.wa!fT W Q V, . UK. 4,5--if 1 5 Y . 3 ne. X Q... - x . VU D Hhs- NWA 2:60-6. W , 3.4 1 s K .- iq T . 1? stiff s M A if Edmund Rudowski History, Government, dt Sociology Isaac J. Russum Technical Institute William T. Salam Business 62 Economics Andrew E. Salis Electrical Engineering Dorothy L. Sanders Library Science Allan Saxe History, Government, dt Sociology Donald D. Sealth Aerospace cfs Mechanical Engineering William B. Self Physics James L. Shawn Mathematics Shirley Sheets Library Science Gordon Shilling Mathematics George W. Shupee Architecture vw-.P A' L... I x . 5 XT' . L A x ,.., ,A 5.4 Frank L. Stallings English Bill M. Stegall Art Alan Q. Steinecke Foreign Language Douglas R. Stocks Mathematics John A. Stuart Foreign Language Don R. Swadley English Mary V. Swisher Library Science Ivan Taborsky History, Government, dt Sociology Lloyd Taliaferro Music Lucy Taylor Business QQ Economics Robert L. Tennison Mathematics Carolyn S. Thomas Music Bobbie G. Simms English Richard L. Slaughter English dt Speech Elton Smith Electrical Engineering Lee H. Smith Business 62 Economics Howard J. Snavely Business 62 Economics Daniel Spears Architecture Charles Spore Art Joe D. 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Tidwell Civil Engineering Keith W. Tompkins Physics Arthur W. Tucker History, Government, dt Sociology Richard L. Tucker Civil Engineering Billy W. Turner Business cQ Economics C. S. Turner English William D. Turner Mathematics William E. Turner Art Gary B. Turney Mathematics Eddie N. Warren Mathematics Kirby D. Watkins Mathematics Samuel E. West Technical Institute Margery Westfall Library Science Annell L. White Business cQ Economics Theodore L. Whitesel Business cfc Economics Blaine T. Williams History, Government, 62 Sociology Dewitt C. Williams Military Science Robert N. Williams Chemistry Robert L. Williamson History, Government, cQ Sociology Sarah Willoughby Chemistry James D. Wilmeth Foreign Language Elizabeth E. Winzer Business cfc Administration Carl D. Wiseman Mechanical Engineering George Wolfskill History, Government, 62 Sociology Orville S. Wright Technical Institute James L. Wyatt Foreign Language, Head Charles E. Yeager Business dt Economics g in ,N-is Q-qgz-,t " X 'A 'M R Y if rw, 5 wi . K, Research MRS. SIMONE TURBEVILLE and MRS. BOB- BIE SIMMS of the English Department are cooper- ating in the translation of an Italian novel, Paolo Il Caldo. This novel by Vitaliano Brancati was first published in 1956 in Italian and has never been trans- lated to English. Mrs. Turbeville is translating the work from Italian to English and Mrs. Simms is rewriting in order to preserve the style of the author. They plan to finish the translation before the end of the spring semester. The pair would like to publish this work and continue to translate contemporary Italian novels and other relatively important prose. DR. J. J. HAYNES of the Civil Engineering De- partment is involved in research concerning the digital computer simulation of traflic How. Many specific problems involving traflic operations may be studied by means of this simulation program that could not be studied by any other means. DR. JAMES CAF- FEY is studying the development of adequate his- toric records of precipitation, river-flows, evaporation and other hydrologic variables, necessary for subse- quent hydrology research. It is proposed that this data will be assembled for the five states of Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, and New Mexico. This data will be ultimately stored on an IBM disc storage pack for more eflicient use of the digital com- puter in future hydrologic analysis. The aim of the initial analysis will be to determine the character of interstation correlations between annual precipitation and annual river flows. Mrs. Simone Turbeville, Department of English :mm is xi I Mrs. Bobbie Simms, Department of English DR. CLIFFORD W. RANDALL of the Civil Engineer- ing Department is doing research into the pathogenic micro-organisms emitted from activated sludge units, par- ticularly viruses. It is further to be extended to a study of respiratory diseases among waste water treatment plant operators. The cities of Austin and San Antonio are of prime interest because correlations can be made with experimental work already being conducted in these two cities. DR. RICHARD TUCKER of the Department of Civil Engineering has been researching since 1962 in the fields of foundations and structures, utilizing principles of nu- merical analysis and computer techniques. His research has included five projects. The first of these has been the development of a digital computer program for the solu- tion of beam-columns under dynamic conditions such as those due to earthquakes or nuclear blasts. Second is the establishment of techniques for the preparation of large saturated homogeneous soil samples suitable for closely controlled model studies. Third is the creation of an interative procedure for analysis of fabric wings for re- entry vehicles. A fourth area concerns the development of a direct numerical procedure for solving highway bridge girder-diaphragm systems. His fifth project, spon- sored by General Dynamics and almost completed, is a study of three-dimensional solid structure analysis tech- niques, using physical element concepts. Dr. Tucker is assisted in his present research efforts by four undergraduate students, The experience gained from this research provides these aides with a useful back- ground for both graduate work and practical application. Student assistants have been highly sought after by graduate schools and have received teaching assistant- ships, research assistantships, and fellowships, due partly to the research experience gained as undergraduates. DR. JOHN A. STUART, Associate Professor of French, is preparing an edition of the correspondence of the French painter and writer Emile Bernard with Milos Martin, literary critic. Emile Bernard was a close friend of Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Paul Cezanne, and Toulouse-Lautrec. Having arranged the first exhibit of Van Gogh's paintings, Bernard was partially responsible for world recognition of the Dutch artist. He was himself considered one of the founders of the modern trend of symbolism in painting. Containing some 100 pieces of Bernard-Marten corres- pondence, the edition covers the period of 1908-1914. Dr. Stuart corresponded with Bernard's son-in-law and the widow of Marten to obtain the valuable letters and notes needed for his book. The edition, under the super- vision of the University of Paris, will be fully commentated and annotated and will include reproduc- tions of many of the paintings mentioned in the letters and notes of the two men. Dr. Stuart, in fact, has three of Bernard's original wood cuts and several reproductions of his paintings. Dr. Richard Tucker, Department of Civil Engineering ff-A ls wands Bri-iimk, xx . X N vZ..'Z"t 'lf as-Q b,,, , l::l,,,'e. B 4, DR. JAMES L. WYATT is currently involved in com- paring English and Portuguese syntax, making use of an electronic computer located at Texas A8zM. The com- puter provides him with sentences for study and analysis in Portuguese and English. The electronic device is able to randomly produce simple and complicated sentences in the two languages by means of a descriptive grammar programmed for the computer. The computer's output is used to validate the descriptive grammar. The purpose of Dr. Wyatt's research is to devise an essentially com- plete and valid bi-lingual generative-transformational grammar which could be used as a basis of an automatic machine translation program or for the production of pedagogical materials. Dr. Wyatt has been working on this project for four years and expects to continue his research and pro- gramming for an additional two years. He has already put in about 4,500 hours on this project. Dr. Wyatt be- came interested in this material because of his residence in Brazil, where he was Assistant Cultural Attache to the American Embassy in Rio de Janeiro. A book manuscript is now being studied by a publisher, and several papers have been derived from his research. MRS. BERTIE ACKARD, Assistant Professor of Spanish, is preparing a dissertation dealing with the con- temporary Mexican short story. The research involves exploring the new trends in Spanish prose by analyzing the works of current leading Spanish writers such as Juan Rose Arreola, Juan Rulfo, Carlos Fuentes, Guadalupe Amor, Guadalupe Duenas, Emma Dourjanoff, Rosario Castellanos, and Juan de la Cabada. Dr. James L. Wyatt, Department of Foreign Language 'fl z 5 . ,. . Z I 4, fl Dr. John A. Stuart, Department of Foreign Language 6I Mr. Duane R. Martin, Department of Psychology Mr. Blaine T. Williams, Department of History, Government, and Sociology B.. K X ,f .5 w X QC! 2, 'U 5 my 'H BLAINE T. WILLIAMS of the Sociology Department is involved in a research project entitled "Why Dallas: The Origin of a City." His book will explain the phenom- enal growth of Dallas, a city which has defied all the standard explanations of urban location. According to Mr. Williams, there are three standard reasons for any city's growth into a metropolis: C17 a break in trans- portation, C21 natural resources, or 139 a cultural capacity. The fact that Dallas had none of these specifica- tions and is still one of the 34 leading metropolises of the world has compelled Mr. Williams to write this compre- hensive study of urban sociology. Mr. Williams maintains that the key to the growth of Dallas lies in its leadership. After searching through record after record and transferring the data to IBM cards, the sociology professor has found that Dallas' first settlers were men of means, courage, and experience in municipal government. Through the years, the continued leadership affected the city's growth. ASLM has offered the services of its 7070 computer to Mr. Williams for the completion of his data from which he will draw his final conclusions. The professor hopes to finish his 200-page book by the end of this semester after three years of research. DR. CARTER E. BOREN of the History, Government, and Sociology Department is engaged in several research efforts. He has just recently completed a four-year project entitled The Democracy of Religion in Texas. His manu- script shows the relationship of the Texas frontier to the development of religious thought and practices in the American religious movement. Dr. Boren maintains that the frontier was a major force in shaping radical religious doctrines. The account is written against the background of national issues and thought, and the color, character, and social patterns of the Texas-Southwest environment. Acknowledgment has already been given by scholars in Mr. David R. Falconer, Department of Mathematics this field that the manuscript is "a model for future historians." In connection with his second book, concerning the lives and thoughts of philosophers, Dr. Boren traveled to Greece this past summer and did special research at an archaeological museum in Corinth. His trip and subse- quent research was sponsored by the University of Chicago. Dr. Boren also published two articles in ERA, a journal of philosophical and intellectual ideas: "The Greek Ethic" in the December, 1965, issue and "Aristippus: The Philosophy of Pleasure" in the January, 1966, issue. Several other members of the Department of History, Government, and Sociology are currently engaged in re- search. DR. W. H. DROZE, Assistant Professor of History, has just published a book entitled High Dams and Slack Waters: TVA Rebuilds a River fBaton Rouge, LSU Press, 1965.5 and is writing another dealing with the TVA flood control program. DR. EGAL FIELDMAN, Assistant Professor of History, is completing a book en- titled Anti-natiuism in American Life dealing with the attitude of progressives toward minority groups. DR. WILL HOLMES, Assistant Professor of History, is com- pleting a biography of James K. Vardaman of Mississippi. DR. ROY N. LOKKEN, Assistant Professor of History, is writing a biography of James Logan, a leadingJPennsyl- vania Quaker during the colonial period, part of which will appear in print as an essay shortly. STEPHEN B. OATES, Instructor of History, is preparing a narrative history of the Southwest and editing the diaries of William Pitt Balinger. Mr. Oates has published numerous articles dealing with the Southwest and the Civil War. DR. GEORGE WOLFSKILL, Professor of History, has just completed All But the People: Franklin Roosevelt and His Critics, 1933-1939, and is awaiting a publishers contract. He has also begun a new book, to be entitled The New Deal and the South. DUANE R. MARTIN, Psychology instructor, is presently engaged in research in the area of verbal be- havior and psycholinguistics. He is interested in how people learn and utilize the grammar of their language and how grammatical patterns help people understand things they have never heard before and generate sentences never spoken before. Mr. Martin's research will include grammar develop- ment in children and experiences that produce gram- matical behavior. By setting up analogical forms of language with grammatical bases he trys to see what subjects will generate. In doing this he hopes to gain information about how grammatical placement of new vocabulary words is determined by a person. MR. DAVID R. FALCONER, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, is conducting an investigation of methods for generating ramdon matrices in the field of statistics and numerical analysis. He is programming the computer at ASC with his research. With the completion of his effort, experiments in genetics, electrical engineering, and other fields, may be simulated that would otherwise take years to complete by standard laboratory methods. His research and programming, which has taken him more than a year to finish, is an extension of his work for a Ph.D. to be awarded in June. Several other members of the Mathematics Department are currently engaged in research. LARRY HEATH is doing research in non-rational meromorphic functions in the plane with particular interest in improving Hayman work. C. W. LEININGER is engaged in three projects, including extensions of Hausdorff Summability, properties of ordered sets, and ordered semigroups with zeroid ele- ments. RICHARD MITCHELL and ROGER MITCHELL are both investigating infinite Albelian groups. ROBERT TENNISON is investigating the con- jecture, "Can a semi-circle of diameter be inscribed in every curve of constant width d?" D. R. STOCKS is doing research in fundamental graph theory. DR. I. I. GHURANI, Assistant Professor of Economics, is now preparing a proposal for three case studies in- volving the United Arab Republic, Iraq, and Kuwait. The purpose is to examine the effectiveness of man- power programs in these three Middle Eastern countries, as is evidenced by the substantive provisions of the laws of these countries. and by their recent practices and ex- periences in the field of economic development. Dr. Ghurani hopes to spend some time in these three countries in order to collect the necessary data. Several other members of the School of Business are presently engaged in research. DR. S. COMITINI is writing a manuscript for an article analyzing cost and earning in the Pacific Halibut Fishery. DR. L. H. SMITH is working on a manuscript for an article entitled "Appli- cation of Linear Estimation of Activation Analysis, A Chemical Mixture Problem." A conceptual analysis of accounting's basic postulates is the subject of a manu- script being written by MR. H. J. SNAVELY. DR. FLOYD L. CASH has been collaborating with DR. A. E. SALIS, head of the Department of Electrical Engi- neering. on the development of an antenna and reflec- tivity range located on a 40-acre track of the old ASC farm just west of the main campus. Although the range is used for laboratory instruction, research projects by departmental faculty members share the facility and its equipment. Because of the similar nature of the equip- ment requirements, experimental studies in such fields as radio wave propagation, radar reflection measurements, and antenna characteristics can all be undertaken at the new range. At present the range is being used as the location of receiving antennas to allow the study of the characteristics of radio waves that have been propagated over various types of atmospheric paths. Dr. Floyd L. Cash, Department of Electrical Engineering Dr. Salis started the program while at Texas A8zM correlating studies between the strengths of radio signals received from very distant radio stations and observable meterological occurances. With the development of the antenna and reflectivity range at ASC, the two professors are attempting to extend the original work to higher frequencies and to increase the scope of the investigation by recording the signals received both from fixed location transmitters and from transmitters located on moving platforms such as aircraft, missles, or satellites. DR. MO-SHING CHEN of the Department of Electri- cal Engineering is involved in research vitally connected with the power failure of the New England area. His project is concerned with transient phenomenons in elec- trical power systems. Because a big electric system has many generators and covers a very large area, it is not uncommon for natural interferences to produce transcient problems. Dr. Chen is trying to develop some kind of method to study more accurately these natural factors and their results on the power systems. Then, with his research data, he is designing generators and transmission lines which will automatically control these phenomenons. A member of Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE, and Tau Beta Pi, Dr. Chen is working as a consultant to the United States Bureau of Reclamation in this effort. The Bureau is try- ing to develop an extra high voltage system and later unite the area from New York to Los Angelos under the Inter-Connected System. Three articles related to his re- search have been published on the IEEE Transactions, and an additional three in the Southwest Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Conference. Dr. Chen is writing a proposal to the National Science Foundation in the hope that it will provide him with a research grant. Dr. Mo-Shing Chen, Department of Electrical Engineering. lr-Vx DR. JOHN MCCONNELL, also of the Electrical Engi- neering Department, has been working with Texas Instru- ments in the Semiconductor-Components Division. He has designed and built a pattern classifier which utilizes a new adaptive weight element. The new semiconductor element has been recently developed and is thought to have widespread potential use in various types of adaptive electrical systems in the future. Dr. McConnell began this project in the early part of last summer. DR. THOMAS R. HELLIER, Assistant Professor of Biology, is conducting research on native fish population such as laboratory studies of growth rate related to food intake. He intends to compare this data with informa- tion concerning the growth of fishes and available food in area lakes. In addition, Dr. Hellier is developing closely inbred strains of a small native fish called the "mosquitofish" lsimilar to the guppyl for later studies in fish genetics. Laboratory research in cooperation with Dr. Robert Boley, a bacteriologist in the Department, is being conducted on bacterial parasites of native fishes in an effort to discover the incidence of these parasites in natural fish stocks. Dr. Hellier has published several papers on his previous work with fishes. DR. WILLIAM B. MCCRADY, Assistant Professor of Biology, is conducting research with carbon dioxide sensi- tivity in the fruit fly. He is principally interested in a virus which proves fatal to its carrier when exposed to carbon dioxide. While researching for his doctorate at the University of Nebraska, Dr. McCrady discovered that the Drosophila melanogaster carries a virus that causes a delayed recovery from carbon dioxide exposure. After much research, he found that the virus becomes prolific if the fly has a certain gene, the Dey gene. Dr. McCrady believes that there is some casual relationship in the gene and the virus. His past research has done much to affirm his hypothesis that the fruit fly's virus, which causes carbon dioxide sensitivity, and the gene are one and the same. Dr. Clarence C. Hall, Department of Biology DR. CLARENCE C. HALL, Associate- Professor of Biology, is publishing a book called Eriophyidae of Kansas. He began the research in 1952 on mites damaging wheat products in Kansas. Primarily interested in their life cycle, he has found that these plant feeders transmit a virus to their host. The virus disease, present in the Eriophyidaeis digestive system, is spread by three species of mites: wheat streak, peach mosiac, and fig mosiac. Dr. Hall has described 50 new species. To do this, he had to first catalog all 25,000 known species of mites, includ- ing 1,000 Eriophyid mites. A 10-year effort, Eriophyidae of Kansas will be com- pleted within three months. Dr. Hall's project is a revision of the research conducted for his Doctor's degree received from the University of Kansas. Aside from his book manuscript, Dr. Hall has also published an article in the Igansas Science Bulletin regarding the Eriophyidae family o mites. Several other members of the Biology Department are currently engaged in research. DR. LOUIS H. BRAGG is investigating chromatographic patterns of phenolic and amino acid compounds in selected grass taxa and in Prosopls species. DR. JAMES K. BUTLER is doing re- search in the minute structure and chemical composition of various cells in pill bugs and robber flies. DR. THOMAS E. KENNERLY is researching the moult pat- tern in Perognathus and the homing instinct and new burrow construction in Geomys. DR. W. F. PYBURN is studying the behavior, development, and taxonomic re- lationships of Mexican hylid frogs. Dr. William B. McCrady, Department of Biology 'N 65 " - ' 1-:.e,:9f'15i1'es,:.p, 2, 1 . .. ... .M . -L . -, " Q.-"FL-':.vv.'L.,-1-1'g.-'I -1 , V V 1 , -- .Wffc7'-.:.1L: -,-'u-.1-.5.., HW-4, -:. 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These students volunteer their talents to the building of ASC spirit and to the enjoyment that band activities can provide. The Rebel Marching Band has performed twice in the Rose Bowl and for numerous Cotton Bowl nationally- televised programs. It plays for all home football games and some of the home basketball games. The 104-member march- ing band is led by head Drum Major Don Pope and Drum Majors Bob Newton and Johnnie Carr, Jr. The Rebel Concert Band is a select group from the march- ing band. Each year the Concert Band takes an out-of-town school trip. This year the band traveled to Waco, Fort Worth, Austin, Temple, and Rockdale for three days beginning March 28, 29 and 30. The group performed for several high schools in these cities. Mary Murphy prepares to have her picture made with the Rebel Marching Band. Rebel Marching Band ,Q 7 .. -- 1 4 . - . I. I ,A i , . ef g 4 . 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'-1-.Q in lliljws for - A as Sally Soldo practices in the Music Hall. x Featured Twirler, Tommy Brownfield W-e ' We Rebel Band Majorettes: Linda MacDonald, Karen Garner, Terrina Rush, Karen Pollard, Margie Maples. he lab Band accompanies a featured guitarist. Burkholder Directs Lab Band Performances and Practices The ASC Lab Band, under the direction of Daniel C. Burk- holder, is operated as a regular lab class. Many students in the band are members of the American Federation of Mu- sicians, a band union, and many play with professional bands in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Some have even played with bands in Las Vegas, Puerto Rico, and at Six Flags Over Texas. The two Lab Band classes play for various college functions including concerts and special programs. The Lab Band pre- sented a concert on April 5 and performed on April 19 with Peter Nero and the ASC Holiday Singers. The band also took part in the new theatre's College Review and presented a concert for the Texas Music Educators Association in Dallas. With a library of over 1,000 arrangements of all types of music including popular and progressive jazz, the Lab Band is well equipped to conduct an advanced study in current arrangements. , James Brown, Piano, Rush Robinsong Guitar, Floyd Dakilg Drums, Paul Vinton, Trombones, John Westfall, Al Bob Swift, Thomas Hill, Trumpets, John Brimer, Mike Bufford, Mike Bruckner, Jerry Head, Saxophones, Ben sty, Tom Milup, Jan Loven, Henry Adkins, Keith Frickeg Vocalist, Sally Soldo. M.. ,. , 1 www , """QWw.r-vi.-Peswumm H "M'xNN1N1m :wwf 'Ha 'No 9 xi i f is if N KJ iimm , Holiday Singers Choir, Holiday Singers Perform For Various Campus Events The ASC Chorale, directed by Wesley C. Flinn, is a 36- member organization. Mr. Flinn took over the Chorale in 1961 and three years later organized the Holiday Singers. Seventeen members selected from the Chorale make up the Holiday Singers, a group specializing in pop music. This group performed in Houston in May and appeared with Peter Nero in the Holiday Show at ASC on April 19. Rehearsing extra- curricularly, the Holiday Singers perform for many programs on and off campus. Many receive scholarships for their talent. Rush Robinson is the pianist for the ASC Chorale, an academic group which sings art music. Each semester the Chorale gives a concert, that is sponsored and required by the college. The group also performs for Commencement and has a part in the Concert Series. In the spring of 1965 the Chorale combined forces with the Lab Band, and the two musical groups went on a three-day tour to Oklahoma. The Chorale traveled to Louisiana and throughout Texas for three days in May of 1966. These tours were sponsored, in part, by the Music Department. o Q? N, iw .1 NS is 0 1 Q A 141 Mffwp 29 if 4 an .. e 'QW 4. Q ' an e W M 'S - , .f x JZ 4-. I W, M. ., P' -xf 4 The Medea cast included Kerry Newcomb as the Tutor and Rita 5. Webb as Medea. l ..,k , Medecfs Rita Webb acts out a scene with Jason's slave, played by Bill Sturdivant. We Nw 'kg W W - .KN ww ASC Little Theatre Welch, Webb, and Maher Lead Little Theatre's Medea Richard L. Slaughter directs the Arlington State College Theatre group. Each semester it presents a three-act play with cast members chosen from the little theatre course. During the fall semester, the group presented Robinson Jeffer's adaptation of the Greek play Medea by Euripedes. The lead was played jointly by Myra Welch and Rita Webb. The part of Jason was played by Tom Maher. Other cast members were Ginger Miles, LeRoy Garcia, Kerry Newcomb, Joe Livingston, Debbie Turner, Sandra Goodwin, R'Lene Mulkey, Sharon Adams, Suzann McNatt, Wanda Madding, Lynda Drennan, Harriet Morgan, Leonard Schlientz, Scott Brown, Bill Yarborough, John Martin, and Bill Sturdivant. In addition, each member of the class helped on the pro- duction staif. Scenery, stage crew, lighting, costumes, and publicity were all handled by students. HONOR GROUPS Phi Kappa Theta ig it Phi Kappa Theta is the campus honor society. The purpose of the organization is to further scholarship and to encourage academic achievement at ASC. To become a member of Phi Q.. Kappa Theta, a student must have a 2.5 grade point for the preceding semester of 15 hours or more and must maintain a 2.0 average. The 160-member society is sponsored by Dr. K- E. C. Barksdale and Dr. Anne Whaling. During the spring semester, Phi Kappa Theta awards a EA S100 scholarship to some student for academic achievement. Students become eligible for the scholarship when they sub- mit an entry blank to Dr. Whaling. Then she and the scholar- A , M ship committee determine the winner of the academic scholar- , fe 1 , if ship. Phi Kappa Theta holds an annual luncheon each spring .,g. and welcomes faculty speakers and panel discussions to its f monthly meetings. Officers of Phi Kappa Theta are Mike Sakowski, presidentg Rosyland Granek, vice-president: Angela eeyi A s af: fl i.:.' iii. 5 is V Gaston, treasurerg and Lynette Boroii. secretary. 5' Q.i. Dr. E. C. Barksdale, Sponsor Front Row: Angela Gaston, Mary Hill, Jan Hart, Jean Tinsley, Judy McKoy, Lynette Boroif, Mary Phelps, Hester Averitt, Sara Stokes. Second Row: Bill Tharp, Joann Herring, Frances Thompson, Donna Beene, Myriam Hubbard, Rosyland Granek, Carol Walters, William Smith. Third Row: Gordon Persky, Norm Woodall, Mike Sakowski, James Sheridan, Paul Sakowski, Paul Mix, Jack Kilpatric, Richard Kleinmann, Marion Scott. Fourth Row: William Timmons, gharles Coldwell, Robert Wisdom, Laddie Birge, Walter Vail, David Mahaffey, Jan Jackson, Walter Grantham, Jerry rone. x l Epsilon Nu Gamma Officers and Sponsors, Seated: Charles M. Cashion, John L. Byers, Jr., Joe B. Farr, Jr. Stand Dr. C. L. R. Baker, Dr. J. J. Haynes, Michael Miller, Dr. W. H. Nedderman, Dr. M. S. Chen. Bottom Row: Ronnie Murray, Joe B. Farr, Jr., Jerry W. Culpepper, Wood Cantrell, Michael W. Miller, John L. Byers, Jr., John E. Fagan, Lewis C. Harmon. Second Row: Cliff Hemming, Har- old J. Darst, Bruce T. Morland, Larry W. Hairston, Bruce E. Graham, Billy R. King, Malcolm Strange, James B. Piwetz. Epsilon Nu Gamma Epsilon Nu Gamma is the engineering honor society of Arlington State. The organization is composed of students who have brought honor to ASC by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in the field of engineering. It also recognizes alumni who have made notable engineering achievements. Epsilon Nu Gamma was founded on the ideals and precepts of Tau Beta Pi, the national en- gineering honor society. Members of Epsilon Nu Gamma are selected from the top eighth of the Junior engineering class and the top fifth of the Senior engineering class. The 23 members are led by a slate of four officers: W. Michael Miller, president, Charles M. Cashion, vice-president, John L, Byers, secretary-treas- urerg and Joe B. Farr, Jr., Cataloger. Sponsoring Epsilon Nu Gamma are professors from three different engineering departments, including Dr. John J. Haynes from the Department of Civil Engineering, Dr, Calvin L. R. Barker from the Department of Mechanical Engineer- ing, and Dr. Mo Shing Chen from the Department of Electri- cal Engineering, and Dr, Wendell H. Nedderman, Dean of Engineering. vi si'lA K X s. . ss ,mrwf i'i" Ms X s H . " s A A i xwmwwk , N ssl A K ,i - :MMM ,,,, ,Nm ...mn ,.,. -,.. M -.., W f ' E Mgt i was , X 7 ,, f ff' I If I 5 r X 1 f, , W ly zz I 0 +' 'fs f .7 12,5 f . fav' , ,f , , 24' f' ,f ff K X4 I ' f X1 N fr f aw me 1 X' X E 5 5 NK 'Su' 'Viv' WAY Lewis. Harmon, Malcolm Strange, and James Piwetz use electrical equipment for advanced engineering techniques. Charles Cashion, chairman of the projects committee, illustrates procedures for solving problems encoun- tered in engineering classes. 4 ,t X .Z S 91075 3 X o WWE fi W K 'W w e Q 4, . ., W . 0 00 5. xx W ' iv ' 1 Wayne Weth, standing, instructs Alvin Klas, Joe Farr, and David Pitts on usage of complex engineer- ing equipment. 8l is 'W Front Row: Donald Smith, Carrington Dixon, Jr., Kenneth Vines, John Levens, Don Pope. Second Row: Mike Hill Billy Hitt, Robert Wisdom, Philip Schenk, John Ferguson, Donald Dixon, James Whorley, Robert Newton, and Ben jamin Christy. Kappa Kappa Psi Kappa Kappa Psi is Arlington State's national honor- ary band fraternity. Membership requirements include a 1.0 grade average, a previous semester in band, and leadership ability. Each year Kappa Kappa Psi members usher at the ASC concert series and sponsor all activities for band members. Officers of Kappa Kappa Psi are Kenneth R. Vines, president, Carrington Dixon, vice-president, John Levens, treasurer, and Steve Lewis, secretary, The c1ub's sponsor is Mr. William F, Postlethwaite. Tau Beta Sigma Last spring REBSO, the Rebel Band Service Organi- zation, became a national sorority. Tau Beta Sigma was initiated by TCU's Beta Delta Chapter and organized as the Gamma Nu Chapter at Arlington State. Officers for Tau Beta Sigma include Marti Maben, president, Jerri Campbell, vice-president, Arla Jo Payne, secretary, Jean Crist, treasurer, Karen Garner, parlia- mentariang and Sue Harper, historian. Co-sponsoring the club's activities and projects are Miss Jan Michelson and Mrs. Thelma Hickey. Left to Right: Karen Garner, Terrina Rush, Arla Jo Payne, Jerri Campbell, Marti Maben, Jan Michelson, Jeal Crist, and Sue Harper. Not pictured is sponsor Mrs. Thelma Hickey. ny' X V 4 Vries' 'af Sigma Tau Delta Sigma Tau Delta, the national honorary English fraternity, is the only campus group exclusively for English majo-rs. Na- tional membership is open to juniors and seniors who have at least a 2.0 grade average. Any student interested in Eng- lish who agrees to uphold the high standards of the organi- zation may become a chapter member. Membership in the national fraternity is limited by the constitution to 25. In addition to the national affiliates, the Mu Theta Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta has 40 chapter mem- bers. Ofiicers, elected from the national members, are Floyd A. Walker, president, and Tommy Lane, vice president. The Mu Theta Chapter is sponsored by Dr. Margaret Lee Wiley and Miss Joyce Cochran. Programs at each monthly meeting explore some aspect of the literary art. 'The general topic of discussion this year was "The Writer and His Craft." Included in this topic were discussions of the novel, the newspaper, the short story, poetry, drama, history, and radio and TV, ,ff f I ,,-V' w 4 . ,ff Dr. Cothburn ONeal addresses a group of Sigma Tau Delta members. Front Row: Dr. Margaret Lee Wiley, Mrs. Neita Flenniken, Miss Joyce Cochran, Dr Cothburn ONeal Floyd A Walker, Tommy D. Lane, Jean Coulter, Sam Stevenson, James Crusinberry. Second Row Karen Ivy Carol Louis Ann Troyer, Ouita Putnam, Martha Wheat, Margaret Hauser, Jimmy Reed, Caroly Wietkoswki B111 Tapscott Judy McCoy, Mike Harris. eva , mg, fag K-in 1 an X x J 0 'x X 1 6 K Front Row: W. M. Dallin, Samuel A. Smith, Thomas B. Cannon, John E. Fagan, Anthony D. Malish, Jack Mills. Second Row: Mike Martin, Ronald Rhoten, Sherman Raggett, Richard Bontke, Ted Church, Cuff Hemmmg. Third Row: James M. Thomas, Joe B. Farr, Joe N. Rogers, Hal C. Ferguson, Michael Miller, Roger Rlslnger, Jerry Culpepper. IEEE Arlington State's electrical engineering group became an associate branch of the Institute of Radio Engineers in 1960 and a student branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers in 1961. The two societies merged in 1963 to form the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and ASC was immediately made a student section of the I.E.E.E. The national and student chapter of the I.E.E.E. is di- rected toward the advancement of the theory and practice of electronics, electrical engineering, allied branches of en- gineering and the related arts and sciences. The 60 members have a monthly meeting to discuss some field related to en- gineering. Once a year the club sponsors a student paper contest. ASC's first and second plac-e winners go to the regional contest and the winner there competes in the na- tional contest. Dr. John W. McConnell from the Department of Electrical Engineering is sponsor of the club. John Fagan is president, Tom Cannon, vice-president, Cliff Hemming, treasurer, and Mike Martin, secretary. Front Row: Mike Martin, John Fagan, Dr. John McCon- nell, Tom Cannon, Cliff Hemming, Second Row: Dr. Mo- Shing Chen, Dr. Stephen F. Crumb, Mr. Joe Spradlin, Dr Andrew E. Salis. I ' . , 15' 85 W ASC Art Club The Art Club was established to promote interest in the fine arts and commercial arts. One of the major events of their year was Project 3 when advertising executives from Dallas and Houston sponsored a seminar, This project illustrated the step-by-step procedures involved in creating advertising campaigns. Another Art Club project for this year was the designing of a calendar with abstract formats. The club has sixty members who meet weekly to discuss upcoming events. One important aspect of the meetings is the round-table discussions where every member can voice his opinions. Any student enrolled in the college can apply for membership in the Art Club. The oflicers for this year are Janice Tilford, presidentg Bill Lockhart, vice-president, Kaye Schmidt, secretary, and Sandy Mays, treasurer. Mr. Gene Turner and Mr. Rex Dyer are co-sponsors. Pam Pierson, sophomore art student, participates in a life-drawing class. Front row: Theresa Pilotte, Sandy Mays, Kaye Schmidt, Bill Lockhart, Janice Tilford, Frank Vasquez, Pat Stallai Second row: Pam Andreotta, Angela Gafford, Glenda Downey, Carol Hitter, June Wilson, Joan.B.rady, Jerry Wassc Marti Atkerson, Bobby Richardson, Ginny Wiehe, Kath Kirk, Jo Ann Parson, Bobbie Jean Willis, Lynn Stricklar Third row: Mr. W. G, Turner, Ron Powers, Gary Turnock, Bill Cloer, Davld Morgan, Steve Thomas, Jay Whltlf Gary Newton, Wade Cusenbary, John Tackett, Mike Franks, Ray Shaw, Mr. Rex Dyer, Henry Dailey, Mary Hopku . W j , .. : f wen- , W 1 1 WM , J. . 1 f , -- f V- f- W 1- P - f fs 'Mr' ' ' M V X- I ,Q Nagy, wi., 4, urwug is X- :.,. N, -fel.. wus . ,. . . ,.,,.w,,,NQ,,,,4,,, f ' v -' , 'xv ,f , . - . - Front row: Dr. John Haynes, sponsor, Neil Bishop, Bobby Edwards, Kelly Senter, Gilbert D. Mayfield, Robert Gouch, associate contact member, Charlie Moore, contact member. Second row: Jimmy Franklin, James Stracener, Jim Estill, Morris Shashonazadeh, David Clopton, Gary Hilliard, Milburn Smith, Bob Williams, Richie Parker, Bassam Eitouni, Robert Johnson, Tom Yates, Ronnie Smith, Vernon Proctor. Third row: Robert Cagley, Glenn Smith, Henry McGin- nis, Jim Moore, Richard Norwood, David Barber, Stanley Koonsmen, Joe Buckman, Joe Culling, Joe Milliron, Joe Morgan, Richard Kelsey, Daniel Gaudica, William Smith. ASC Civil Engineers ti A The American Society of Civil Engineers is represented at Arlington State by the Civil Engineers Club. Its main objec- tive is to enable civil engineering students to further their knowledge of the practice and ethics of civil engineering. The organization gained national affiliation last spring and be- came a local chapter of ASCE. Members of Arlington State's Student Chapter have an annual joint meeting with the Fort Worth Branch of ASCE. - The local group also has monthly meetings devoted to tech- nical talks on some specific project being built in this area or on some aspect of civil engineering. Each year the civil engineers' professional society holds its annual Christmas party in the basement of the student center. Membership in the Civil Engineers Club is open to all civil engineering students except freshmen. Kelly Senter presides over the club's 47 members. Other officers are Bobby Ed- Wards, vice-president, Neil Bishop, secretary, and Gilbert Mayfield, treasurer, Dr. John J . Haynes is sponsor. Executive committee members are Neil Bishop, Bobby Edwards, Kelly Senter, Gilbert Mayfield, front row, and Robert Gouch, Dr. John Haynes, Charlie Moore, ' back row, Front row: Johnnie L. Hunt, James E. Jackson, Robert Ola, Charles Halsen, Fred Tart, George Shupee, Jerry Arden Steve O'Hara. Second row: Marion David Wedin, John L. Horton, Robert P. Scott, Robert Skinner, Johnny Sessions Oliver Patterson, Thomas McKee, Craig Miller, Billy Joe Fornero. Third row: Paul Mix, David Timmons, K. W Tompkins, sponsor, Bryan Hawkins, William K, Hanna, Jesse G. Anderson, Marion L. Scott. Club members Jerry Arden, Fred Tart, and Paul Mix examine the X-ray machine used for crystal structure study with Dr. B. C. Thompson, sponsor. ASC Student Section of The American Institute of Physics Chartered in 1963, the Arlington State Physics Club is the student section of the American Institute of Physics. The club was organized to encourage students to study physics by presenting interesting and informative programs and in- formal association with faculty and other physics students. Membership in the ASC Physics Club, begun in 1960, is open to any student interested in physics. In addition, stu- dents can become a member of the ASC Student Section of the American Institute of Physics, which holds its meetings concurrently with the ASC Physics Club. The two organiza- tions elect a set of officers to serve both clubs. Officers this year are Robert Skinner, president, Paul Mix, vice-president, Jonny Hunt, treasurer, Marion Scott, secretary, and Steve O'Hara, publicity chairman. Mr. Keith Tompkins sponsors the club. A Christmas banquet and a spring picnic are annual activi- ties of the Physics Club. This year, the organization applied to the American Institute of Physics for a grant-award given by the Bendix Corporation. The award will help the club study the color-c-enter formation in alkaline earth crystals. Delta Sigma Pi Initiated in May of 1965, the Zeta Mu Chapter of Arling- ton State was the 135th chapter of Delta Sigma Pi to be chartered. It is an international fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities and to encourage schol- arship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice. The organiza- tion is also devoted to promoting a closer affiliation between the commercial World and students of commerce and to fur- thering a higher standard of commercial ethics in the com- munity. This fall the Delta Sigma Pi members began Working with the 21 pledges to develop an 11-acre tract south of the audi- torium. The club is Working with the city of Arlington to transform the area into a park. Each chapter of Delta Sigma Pi is run as a model business. The officers are, in effect, a board of directors. They are head- ed, in the Zeta Mu Chapter, by Curtis Mosley. Robert F. Hook is the senior vice-president, Marion L, Hicks, junior vice-president, Carson Bays, secretary, James McLendon, treasurer, Henry Blechl, chancellor: Gary Christopher, pub- licity chairman, and Chester A. Pentecost, historian, Mr. Jim Cook and Charles E. Yeager are sponsors. Gary Christopher, publicity chairman, dis- cusses publicity plans for the year with Craig Coleman and Jenny Mayfield, Reveille staff. Front Row: Jim McLendon, Robert F. Hook, Carson B , Ch t P t t H E 1 Bl hl ' Hicks, Curtis C. Mosley. Second Row: Charles E. Yeaggi Daveid Ci1Ii'r5f?0Thom3IsrShip?1ian, FtcbbertI1FovlxiiIcf?rI,1cC1raiJg Coleman, Gary Christopher, Tommy .Montgomery, Wayne A. Meier, George F. Johns, Jim Cook. Third Row: Stephen E. Lutz,.W1ll1am D. Long, Jim Voss, Larry Hampton, Bob Jenkins, Ernest Brister, Robert Smith, Ronald Canter, James Heide. Front row: James Hensley, William P, Irving, Jr., Arla Jo Payne. Second row: Clarence Cope, Michael Allen Barnes, Reg Lyle, Larry Young, Houshang Amine, Sydney Smith. Third row: Michael Judkins, Radford Chambers, Ronald Booth, Michael Mooney, Robert Goodrich, Ullrich Bour, Stephen Hale. SAE The Society of Automotive Engineers is a technical society for students engaged in the design, construction, and utilization of self-propelled machines, prime movers, and related equipment. As a national society, SAE offers many benefits that students would not have as members of a local organization. Officers of Arlington State's Chapter of the Society of Automotive Engineers are Bruce Graham, chairman, Howard McCalls, vice-chairman, Charles Besio, secretary, and James Fowler, treasurer. Sponsoring the club is Dr. C. W. Files. ASC Geological Society Promoting the science of geology and stimulating in- terest in that and other earth sciences are the main ob- jectives of the ASC Geological Society. Membership is open to all geology majors or anyone interested in geology. Dr. Harold G. Burman, Professor of Chemistry, is the only Honorary member. To earn money for their field trips, the geologists assem- ble mineral and fossil kits, which are sold in the bookstore to students enrolled in the freshman geology courses. Before this fall semester, the Geological Society went on a field trip to the Grand Canyon. The organization spon- sors an annual junior high school earth-science field trip. For the last fo-ur years, the club has entered the home- coming fioat contest, winning in 1963 and placing second in 1962. The Geological Society has 30 active members who meet every other week under the sponsorship of Mr. John D. Boon. Officers of the organization are William P. Irving, president, James C. Hensley, vice-president, Arla Jo Payne, secretary, and Steve Breakfield, treasurer. Front row: Richard E. Duval, Howard N. McCallo, Bruce Graham, James Fowler, Charles Phelan, Second row: Dr. K. L. Lawrence, advisor, Dr. Carl D. Wiseman, advisor, Larry J. Oliver, Terry McCreary. . ,I - Q T '- 4 ,Sag "'z'f's 41 .i ' .-'gil f I 1 l Engineering Technicians officers and representatives from the various engineering departments meet to plan future projects and activities. They are Billy Steele, Tony Block, Gary Coplin, Steve VanHorn, Glynn Cox, Harold Gibson, and Richard Allen Switzer. Society of Engineering Technicians Strictly for technicians, the Society of Engineering Tech- nicians serves all technology students - electrical, aeronauti- cal, mechanical, and civil-in choosing a technological ca- pacity. Preceding each semester, the technology departments select two outstanding students from each department who unite to form the Executive Committee. This committee then elects the ofiicers for the Society of Engineering Technicians, who are Billy Steele, president, Tony Block, vice-president, Gary Coplin, secretary, and Steve Van Horn, treasurer. Front row: Bill Brandon, Mike Yarbrough, Glynn Cox, Harold Gibson, Donald Douglas, Eddie R, Howard, Truett Bates, Arvel Baker, Second row: Jal W. Scarborough, Thomas Henning, Jimmy Glen Lee, Billy Steele, Tony Block, Bill Doolittle, Gary Coplin, Bobby Couch, M. S. Blanton, sponsor. Third row: Curtis Cofield, Rex W. Perry, Stephen VanHorn, Ronald P. Smith, Robert W. Crow, John Vorderkunz, Ronnie Gibson, S. E. West, sponsor, l P l l Pi Sigma Epsilon Pi Sigma Epsilon, the oldest national fraternity on cam- pus, has 37 active members and 95 alumni members. All mem- bers take an active part in the club's activities. Pi Sigma Epsilon offers professional advancement in the fields of sales, management, and marketing. Speakers and films are presented at the meetings that are held every first and third Thursday of each month, The Fort Worth Sales and Marketing Executives sponsor the club. They presented one major speaker who talked on related fields of sales and marketing this year. H-e was Dr. Arron Sartin, Dean of Business School at Southern Methodist Uni- versity. Each club member serves on one of these committees: the communication's committee, the social committee, the finance committee, the publicity committee, the speaker com- mittee, or the special event committee. James Bu-erger is president of Pi Sigma Epsilon. Other oflicers include: Winston Wortham, vice-president, David Burnett, treasurer, Bob Adams, recording secretary, and Gerald Godwin, communications secretary. Front row: Seldon D. O'Brien, Bob Adams, Bill Crain, Jim Bewley, Bob Thompson, Ron Talley, Rex Robinson, Jerry Burns, David E. Burnett. Second row: George E. Anderson, Richard J . Bontke, Herbie Garrison, Jim Hawkins, Gary Gresham, Val Gardner, Scotty Nicholson, Larry Clark, John Davis. Third row: Don B. Cowan, John F. Vinson, Dan L. Bourland, Tom Williams, John Dawson, Jim Buerger, Benny Hardin. lil! Pi Sigma Epsilon officers Bob Adams, Jim Buerger, David Burnett, standing, and Don Bourland schedule meetings and speakers for the year. We 0 if Zz if aff ff - W. r ,ff ,M Dr. Sartain, Dean of the School of Business at SMU, speaks at a regular meeting of Pi Sigma Epsilon. if fi 2? 'iii ASSSME oflicers Phillip Goode, Don Carlton, Larry Hairston, and Nathan Warren inspect some of the excellent mechanical engineering equipment on cam- pus. ASSSME The Arlington State Student Society of Mechanical En- gineers is devoted to the advancement of the theory and practice of mechanical engineering and the presentation of proper perspectives of engineering. It not only offers its mem- bers an opportunity to become acquainted with the people and activities in their society, but it also promotes a profes- sional consciousness and fellowship. Each year the club sponsors a technical paper contest. The Winner is generally awarded a S25 Marks Engineering Handbook. Arlington State's Society of Mechanical Engi- neers would like to become a member of the national society for mechanical engineers, but national affiliation is impossible until the Mechanical Engineering School is accredited by the Southern Accreditation Association, Dr. Paul Buettiker is sponsor of ASSSME. In order to join the club, students must submit their application to Dr. Buet- tiker for his signature. Don Carlton presides over the Society of Mechanical Engineers as chairman, Nathan Warren is vice-chairman, Philip Gord, secretary, and Larry Hairston, treasurer. Front row: Robert Ramirez, Richard Duval, Larry Hairston, Don Carlton, Dan Hicks, Tom Harper. Second row: Bruce Morland, Edward Fritcher, John Smith, Jim Bjork, Nathan Warren, Gary Kuhn. Front row: Alan Teal, Jim Culver, Mike Massengale, Mike Hanna, Jim Harvey, Ronald Weddell, Charles Sneed, Kent Williams. Second row: Jerry Lambert, William Epps, Charles Luther, Bill Mecay, Jerry Kelley, Lee Anne Zacha, Jack H. Ablon, David Stephens, Dan Taylor, Third row: Bob Miller, David Wynninger, Charles H. Spurgeon, Vernon A. Neel, Jr., John Riddle, John Swint, Kenn Berry. Fourth row: Willie D. May, Robert Beeman, David Bowman, John Ridgway, George F. Giallorenzo, Steve Scudder, Steve McElroy. ASC Architectural Society Arlington State's Architecture Society with 116 mem- bers strives to further the development of the architecture department. Any full time student who is an architectural major may join the club. The club scheduled several projects for this year. It sponsored a contest for the design of a decal to be dis- played on the member's cars. Speakers and films were presented throughout the year to illustrate different phas- es of architecture. During the spring semester, the Fort Worth Chapter of the American Institute of Architecture sponsored a contest for ASC architecture students, Two people, with outstanding accomplishments in architecture, received trips to Mexico City as a prize for their efforts. In February, the club held its Winter Architecture Ball. Officers of the club are Glenn Taylor, president, Bob McGlothlin, first vice-president, John Firestone, second vice-president, Richard Bury, secretary, Ron Weddell, treasurerg and Jim Harvey, historian. The sponsor is Mr. Edward V. Kemp. Front row: Bob McGlothlin, James Storey, Richard A. Berry, Jim Simpson, Timothy W. Keneipp, Chuck Patterson, Herbert Blevins, Dennis Cordes, Hubert Lynch. Second row: Glen Taylor, Lonnie Dekkers, Tommy Davis, Ronnie Orlando, George Lumley, Allen James Terrill, Jimmie R. Amsley, Phillip R. Baxley. Third row: John Firestone, Ray- mond Gill, Gary Phillips, Kenneth Burman, James Ramsey, Danny Tosh, James Martin Bower. Fourth row: B111 Schenck, Roger W, Howard, Don G, Hoaldridge, John B. Sewall. Front row: Haven Hyde, Pat Dunkin, Judi Dunnihoo, Paul Rowan, Linda Ovrick, Karen Voss, Olga Rabon, Mr. Paul Blakney. Second row: Jerry Reed, Floyd Walker, Robert Stewart, David Richter, Tommy Geddie, Don Johnson. Press Club The Arlington State Press Club is composed primarily of members of the staffs of the three student publications and students enrolled in journalism classes. President of the organization is Paul Rowan, editor of The Shorthorn. Other officers are: Judi Dunnihoo, sec- retaryg Pat Dunkin, treasurer, Garrett Drew, vice-presi- dent, Donna Rowan, program chairman, Robert Stewart, social chairman, and David Richter, parliamentarian. Working consistently toward excellence in all on-campus publications, the club is sponsored by Mr. Paul Blakney and Mr. Ernest Leister. ASC Secretarial Society New to Arlington State this year is the Secretarial Society. The club was organized early this fall to promote a deeper understanding of secretarial administration and business. All members were required to be secretarial majors and to maintain a 1.0 average. The 25-member organization is led by the following oflicers: Cecilia Thompson, presi- dent, Virginia Prince, vice-president, Judy Franklin, secretary, and Barbara King, treasurer. Gary Christopher is the club's beau, and Mrs. Annell White and Miss Bar- bara Getts are sponsors. Front row: Betty Mundy, Delaine Broadie, Judy Franklin, Cecilia Thompson, Virginia Prince, Barbara King, Lynda Saxton. Second row: Mrs. Annell White, Susan Rozelle, Sharon Mooney, Michele Dubic, Gary Christopher, Mary Wea- dom, Cheryl Montgomery, Marcia Morris, Miss Barbara Getts. Sigma Pi Sigma The Arlington State College Chapter of Sigma Pi Sigma, national physics honor society, was chartered this spring with 21 members. The national president of the society and outstanding physics professors from several colleges presented the charter and installed the members. The chapter will serve to recognize the high standing of the ASC physics depart- ment and the accomplishment of its head and its staff. The goals of the Society are to recognize achievement in physics and to stimulate interest in the field among physics students and in the general collegiate public. Oiiicers of Sigma Pi Sigma are Paul Mix, president, Fred Tart, vice-president, Katy Heisserer, secretary, and Stephen O'Hara, treasurer. Faculty advisor is Dr. Leonard M. Diana. associate professor of physics. Prof. R. L. Marquis, Paul Mix, Fred Tart, Dr. Marsh W White, Dr. Worth Seagondollar, Katy Heisserer, Dr. L. M Diana, and Stephen O'Hara. Sitting: J. G. Potter, Virgil E. Bottam, Cecil G. Shugart, L. W. Seagondollar, Fred Tart Kat He'ss P ul M' Stephen 0'H-ara, G- K- GiI1g9l'I'iCh, Marsh W. White. Second Row: Robert P. Scott, Williarrl, E. lCoedliT,M2rion Scott, N01aI1 MEISSGY, C9011 Th0U1P?0I1, John K. Perryman, Frank Harrison, Jack L. Lancaster, Rayrnon L. Brown, John L. Sessions, Robert Skinner, William B. Self. Third Row: Truman D,B1ack, R, J, Marquis, E1-Win GoD0ugh13y, J- E- Dowdey, D- R- Half, Stew? EVNISQ, RaYf01'd L- H0Y1e, Roy Avant, Leonard M. Diana, George W. Shupee, John L. Horton, Larry G. Morrison, David Tnnmons, K. W. Thompkins, Jim D. Bell. Fourth Row: James A. Adkins, Dr. Jason Ellis, Ted E. Heithecker. Pre-Law Club The Pre-Law Club has been under the direction of C. D. Richards, professor of history, for the last 25 years. Under - .DD his guidance, the club has become an active campus organi- zation. B. T. Williams from the Department of Sociology and Don Cantwell from the Department of Business co-sponsor the club. Acquainting members with the various aspects of the law profession, the Pre-Law Club often helps students decide whether or not they really want to go into law. Stu- dents are given information on the different facets of law school: entrance requirements, available schools, professional types, and what to expect from this career. Various lawyers in the community speak to the Pre-Law Club on these sub- jects. The club's biggest project of this year was the Moot Court, in which hypothetical cases were considered in mock trials. The Pre-Law Club also sponsored a spring banquet for mem- bers and prominent lawyers in this area. Another activity was the annual field trip. Members traveled this year to visit the law school at the University of Texas. Ofiicers for the fall semester were Ted Beardon, president, Jerry Atta- way, vice-president, and Bobby Allen, secretary-treasurer. Bob Flaherty led the club in the spring, assisted by Marcus Judge Duvall speaks to Pre-Law Club members after Dunn, vice-president, Paul Sakowski, secretaryg and Dave a meeting. Crowder, treasurer. Bottom Row: Max Blankenship, Judge Duvall, C. D. Richards, Ted Bearden, Joe Shannon, James Cribbs. Second Row: James Knapp, Bill Nickalus, Marcus Dunn, Bobby Allen, Don Cantwell, Bill Smith, Phil Grubbs, Joe Monte- mayor. Swwhw 4, 98 l .Sf .- xp, JQW - -gm .39 rl up 45. i S sl gy. A l 1 . Bottom Row: D. H. Ponder, D. L. Totten, R. H. Arnold, E. H. Mammen Csponsorl, S. J. Williams, H. D. Duncan, J. D. Allison, W. G. Lowe. Second Row: R. W. Boehm, R. E. Mason, M. E. Malone, D. C. Hamilton, W. J. Thompson, R. S. Tipps, S. D. Gann, E. G. Scott, A. Graham, E. R. Collerain, H. Mal- kamy, R. C. Reagor. AIIE The American Institute of Industrial Engineering is a technical institute for the encouragement and advance- ment of industrial engineering on the ASC campus. Guest speakers from engineering fields are invited to the club's monthly meetings to speak on subjects related to engi- neering. AIIE's lectures and discussions are directed to help the students when they become industrial engineers. Prof. E. H. Mammen of the Department of Engineering is the faculty sponsor of the group. Officers are R. H. Arnold, president, S. J. Williams, vice-president, D. L. Totten, secretary, and H. D. Duncan, treasurer. S.E.A. Student Education Association won honorable mention for their scrapbook at the TSEA convention in February. SEA was also given the Operation Achievement certificate and had Dian Mencke elected state secretary for 1966. The future teachers organized and sold the student dir- ectories for this year. They ended the year with a picnic, inviting several local SEA chapters. Officers for the Stu- dent Education Association are Jim Hofman, fall presi- dent, Sherri Sittler, spring president, Barbara Henson. publicity chairman, Sue Wiman, program chairman' Georgann Spoon, project chairman, Charlie Harrelll treasurer, and Dorothy Smith, secretary. Bottom Row: Linda Henson, Sue Wiman, Barbara Henson, Sherri Sittler, Penny Fulk. Second Row: Dian Mencke, Dr. Kelly, Jim Hoffman, Dr. Karraker, Wayne Clowers, Dorothy Smith. 'iff Freshman Officers A l a ,Z J: U fin Debbie Maddox -Secrefary Karen Pollard - Treasurer Jim Hampton - President The freshman officers discuss plans for use of the Class money. 0 0 . o . C I 'I . ., 0 Q ,a o ' ' , Q s 0 .I - . Q " x, , s s . A ,:,,s ""fx .a r 'va .warg fx -X ,X IOO g Tri-C hi Christmas Party Tommy Wright helps the children line up to meet Santa Clans , ' Lv milf Tom Maher. acting as Santa Claus, helps a child piclz his gift. Opening their presents, the children from Lena Pope Home entertain Tri-Chi members and their dates. Ss 5 xg ei , ' , E 5 mi hi . , v-,-N, f QW' x 'W ...anEW"'i ine SQ L. 52 if Lonely Empty I i N Xg.'3"'1'M'5QsiQ- 'Y vf 13' 'Tx--- . . -fx E , , w . , ' Nw..- 1 M. . , I ' NAV l QQ- '-V T.. rn. w 4 '17 , ji lv M J .J . . Hereford Student Cenfer 2 Q ' 3 , g ' : f h 3 Ji XX V A g ,V Q Q. 3 ' ,5g.s,.f. N , x e e es My.-V 3 Q Noisy . . . -ev: ' ef NN Happy isxrzx, vm-,K 4 N- 4 N uw, ,M sx , X Wk "yy X 2 :-' N4.N,,z-M .. f . W ,,. "' f M, .N Q X , L. :,L,ggh.,.,g f , 1 0 o o R A s ' 7 , Wfmwmvmw v. e F , 4" fwxv if f 0 4 455' W1 5 wi ' 9 I 1 I I E ,, 2 1 9 I l N Q 5 W, ,L Candidates for Military Sweetheart I I Entries in the Best-Dressed contest Entrants Seek Various Titles Open to Students of ASC A wide variety of contests are entered each year by stu- dents of ASC. In addition to campus elections, there are such contests as Miss Arlington, Miss Flame, and Miss Auto Show, which are sponsored by groups in surrounding com- munities. Miss Dixie Belle, Miss ASC, cheerleaders, favorites, and the Best-Dressed Coed all must be students. But ASC coeds have made a remarkable showing in the other contests, hav- ing Becky Cowley as Miss Arlington, Evelyn Seibert as Miss Dallas, and Sharron Terrill as Miss Auto Show of 1966. Miss Arlington, Becky Cowley, poses with two 1966 hopefuls. ag, f 11 'V N-.Q ga? 1 S1 ,j . LIT: fg I .lf - 11542 .fi sw- z' Ji ' I nv. :J -., .Q j ' , ,J xv, 'Jw 11 ff 'A xx 'I K, 1 I 47 . , t . V , 1 I ' If I ! if I 1 I l is ,- n 1 , .-Q 11 fa 1 ? rv., hw., 1, 1 rs ' P " Q 11 S f 1 I Qi I ax X3 4z If 1 'f If 1 :-:--: 1 A I I 1 , 'Q 15' 'N .0 . X X 11.1 3. ,1 - Q' I1 I? ,, I' .1 2, 11 ' 5 q w 4 x ,QQ , li x ai . E2 ,' , 54 , F! I 41' 1 I s 1 ig .. IK 1 3 I - ' L v , - . 7 N' if , Ki 131. 1 1 'I , - 4 2 I I I . 2' ' I I 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 I I I 1 I .Q - I 2,1 I I a x -. M . x 1- A ' fm ggx X Y Z2 C ' , f f- ,wwP 4 ya s X 'mf fx R X 5 X N N 1' . qw Q Q 51" Y,"vLu X ,.x..A ,A 4 X 2 Qi' M Q wf,M Jim Hampton and Rusty Osborne listen to their opponents. Alf it X w J' K ' R EX My 'ri . X ' :Qs '..g"x X Bob Andrews discusses the outcome of the debate with Darla Rhodes and Jim McClellan. Bob Andrews talks with high school students following the debate. 17 egg' y f 1 if 9 5 AN 45 rf- AW mm nga mm R mm nz mlm Ha mm In nn H- fl ' IIN lla me lln 12. Yi' viii WFP Hn Q U04 9 ug B wtig Q Ng i Q s s ,,, . N , Q W N ,, - mu X W , 5 -1-:ff ANIAN5 ik- , "F--" .v M -' as-. :bylaw ' NB. 'S' ,, . 'VW '?""' - .. s M "" a X 1. B fnigta i N r 2 , M- f fr' Q - as NX '- Gi? 4" 'Mi 7a 1 5, x V 3 .ss Q S .W Inigo Bing and Bob Andrews discuss tactics. 1 2 1 ,fr my wg 2 Inigo Bing and Bonita Bower order dinner at the Candlelite Inn after the debate. . . ,. wk . . -i I09 3 xx Xiu MN H-. X R MILITARY ,m,...,fw www ,M-W, "MW -.Q.- .,. ,, --........---......-,., u.s. ARMY R.0.T.C wwf? S ASKZJOD 1 gk, 1 Q 2 El '90 During a weekly drill, cadets practice for an up-coming Federal Inspection. Military Science The ROTC program at Arlington State College consists of both classroom instruction and experience in actual mili- tary situations. Through this program. the student is prc- pared to be a lieutenant in the U.S. Army upon graduation. In the classroom the cadet is instructed in such subjects as military history, the organization of the army, administra- tion, military law, and logistics. While he is in the classroom. the cadet is expected to conduct himself in a military man- ner. Then, for one hour per week, the cadet attends Leadership Laboratory which is designed to acquaint him with an actual military situation. During this time, he participates in active drill and training exercises. Marching by companies, cadets spend three hours each week on the drill field. 1 wy- if A "5 HQ 'fr' '. -s. 3 x 3 i I w X lu' ., , . .A...4 Af'- V l uf'-'v rfh' , . .' -.rw ww fi' ZYA.-ix"-Q' In full dress uniforms, the J odies march down Third Street. 4 'X ., . Q ff?" .jf . Q ny .H-use an v.u,...-.. fwwvy V gs' WM! 1 ,X yu-iwffuw QQHUQJMUQ ., Q - -.QT Q . fn . v s . .. fr- 'W 4. . A.S.C.'s Sam Houston Rifles drill in the football stadium. . . g. x' ' ' '--a...A-. -J I . Q t, .Y . Sweetheart - Vicki Eblen Sam Houston Rifles ASC's Sam Houston Rifles is a crack drill team composed of cadets in the military department who practice precision drill sequences on their own time as an extracurricular activity. Having decreased in numbers, the drill team is facing an extensive revamping process. Sharp, well-drilled cadets are encouraged to apply for membership. The Sam Houston Rifles, known as the Jodies, have established the distinction of being without peer in southwest drill competition. Since their formation in 1933, the team has placed lower than first only four times in competition with some of the best drill teams in this part of the country. Their distincive insignia was adopted from the Sam Houston family's personal coat-of-arms. Aside from performing at football games and other college and ROTC events, the drill team has also performed at the Presidential Inaugural of 1957, the Junior Rose Bowl, Pasa- dena, California, the Mardi Gras, New Orleans, Six Flags Over Texas, and such Texas cities as Laredo, Galveston, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, and Tyler. Front Row: Garrett, Zavalla, Eblen, Kennedy, Pitts, Lamkin. Second Row: Soules, Besio, Poe, Leavell, Campus Third Row: Holmes, McBee, Cox, Kennedy. Fourth Row: Attaway, Mahoney, Miller, Carson, Thompson. Fifth Row Belk, Harp, Parker, Phemister. f Q 3bia"'.TJEg.gi I . 4' '52, - :Z-gi Q ,Qg .gif :Av i 55 -crm. , ef: 1 .4, SF- 54- Qivxwgx bfi f ,."?fQsei ""' -S L ,. 1 Q ! ab . .. 5. - 4 X A- 'vg'1ff.l3"'-S 1 lr "' uv? . 'f-g,gW"P N sph 1 , , -..xx-.,es,. Ava. . Q, 1 a lf., .6 ,fi ,Rt , XQ . 23. 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Insurgent Team As the newest of the ROTC activities, the Insurgent Tearr was formed to train cadets in fundamental insurgency ancl counterinsurgency history, tactics, and techniques. Concen trating on ambush and field patrol, the participants engage in classroom instruction and Saturday morning field work When proficiency is reached the tearnrwill arrange to have field maneuvers with members of the regular army. The seven member team is lead by faculty advisor Majog Reeseg Commanding Officer, Cadet Stephen Lutz, Executive Officer, Cadet Walter Morosky, Personnel and Supply Ofiicer Terry Batsell. Members must be in good physical conditioi and interested in learning about the type warfare in whicl our country can expect to be engaged for the next severa years. Kf:?iZw,g.g'.4" ?a-f'?:.as . Front Row: Skipper, Batsell. Second Row: Hundt, Hen- drickson, Morosky, Lutz. I l l 1 l K I i l F l 1 i f i , K . . . K V Q f' A ' lf..-f -2" . X. 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K 'X . K .ei K,:K KW.Kf K K K ,ami gi K, KKK NK XK.KK.K KK , ,K K K . f 'ab 4' " Isa ff 'K 'ffl fi I-1' 4 K,,f4.fLvf' h?a'gA .K f-L Sink, K' 231 Q Team members charge a hill defended by Cadet Morosky while on field training. Cadet Skipper puts camou- flage make-up on Cadet Bat- sell. ,Kr-. f K KK ,, K ,K , Ny wa ,, . ,. K . K 0 1.7 ,Ka , H X ,,, m K an 1993- K K, ps , af .M , K if ,. K,,sKmK -,nm-..,,, 41' f in Rifle and Pistol Teams Arlington State College is represented in small bore pistol and rifle competition by the Varsity Rifle Team and the Army ROTC Pistol and Rifle Teams. These teams function under the joint sponsorship of the College and the Military Department. They participate in challenge and shoulder-to- shoulder matches, as well as conference matches and the National Rifle Association. In competition, both the pistol and rifle teams have shown themselves to be among the best. The Rifle Team has been very successful in competition during 1965-1966. The team won the Central Texas Con- ference Championship, as well as placing third in the 4th Army Competition and fourth in the Oklahoma State Uni- versity Invitational Match. The team captain was Cadet Donald Stevenson, with Major Chetwin Hurd as the faculty sponsor and Sandy Barnes as the sweetheart. During the year, the Pistol Team has participated in Postal League Matches, Conference Matches, and local gun club matches. On March 19, the team held a Sectional Match, inviting seven schools from Texas and Oklahoma. The team also won a second place rating in national competition, Postal League Matches, by virtue of the scores reported from weekly matches. The officers for the Pistol Team were Cadet Gary Valant, Captain and Susan Behnke, Honorary Captain. Sweetheart - Sandy Barnes Front Row: Baxley, Crawford, Stevenson, Jeanes, Austin, Bassham. Second Row: Fischer, Alspaugh, Mizrany, Bowen, Atchison, Dawson, Willingham. 1 i 1 1 1 x P J I . l -T25 77, ii 1. li 1 Sargent Raymond instructs Cadet Hawkins in the proper cleaning and use of his Weapon. Front Row: Hawkins, Behnke. Sec- ond Rowz DeVault, Smith, Wood, Poynor. Row Three: Valant, Jones. ' 1 ' f f1fif2f,,l.k5 5 f 2 f X 'Sr :T 7122, . ij' X 4 A N 'Mfr " Sweetheart - Susan Behnke i 'N Company B Commander Don Stevenson gives orders to his company as a review begins. Company C Commander John Soules mspects corps members to choose the best dressed cadet from his company Cfficers' Club Front Row: Mahoney, Massey, Lollat, McClellan, Skipper, Bingaman, Bassham, Martinez, Siddall, Kennedy. Second Row: Seilheirner, Micheaux, Harp, Whipple, Dixon, Siefert, Cochran, Bennett. Third Row: Wyatt, Weir, McElroy, Owen, Chaloupka, Svvint, Green. Fourth Row: Spiegel, Anderson, Johnson, LaPrelle, Martin, Harrison, Hendrickson. Non-Commissioned Cfficers' Club hawaiian, gy W-X Front Row: Fischer, Hoskins, Goumas, Parker, Siddall, Shepperd, Poynor, McClellan, Gerron, Moseley, DeVault. Second Row: Windham, Wyatt, Wilson, Chaloupka, Owen, Newton, Hill, Hoppe, Sword, Sorenson, Sopko. Third Row: Bowen, Bernard, Carroll, Hutchinson, Robb, Horton, Sargent, Cannon, Johnson, Bennett, Skipper. Fourth Row: Lutz, Culling, Goddard, Dennis, Harrison, Dixon, Wesolowsky, Anderson, Thompson, Evans, Morosky. Corps Sweetheart Sandy Barnes and her escort Don Stevenson, lead the first dance at the Military Ball. The Military Ball, sponsored by the Officers' Club, is a swirl of crisp uni- forms and flowing gowns. Military Ball Highlight of the annual Military Ball was the crowning of Miss Sandy Barnes as Corps Sweetheart for the 1965-66 school year. Miss Barnes, a junior business administration major, received the honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel which was pinned on her by Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Charles Lauderdale, Corps Commander. After receiving her rank and Howers, Miss Barnes had the honor of watching her new court and their dates enjoy a dance in her honor. This was Miss Barnes third year as ROTC Sweetheart but her first as the Corps Sweetheart. Miss Evelyn Seibert placed second and was awarded the honorary rank of major and the title of Deputy Corps Sweetheart. Company Sweethearts for the year were: A Company, Evelyn Seibert, B Company, Sharon Davis, C Company, Kenna Brown, D Company, Terrina Rush, Staff, Jan Bayless, Rifle Team, Sandy Barnes, Pistol Team, Susan Behnke, Sam Houston Rifles, Vicki Eblen, and Band, Karen Garner. The sweethearts have the honorary rank of cadet captain, along with the honor of attending all drills, military balls, and all other corps functions. The Jesse Lopez Band pro- vides music for dancers at i the Military Ball. WN -...pf s is if Sandy Barnes is announced as Corps Sweet heart. -,--Niuuyikn Sweetheart -I Jan Bayless Color Guard: Luper, Besio, Miller, Cox. Battalion Staff McKine1y, Lowe. Third Row: Valant Graham, Lyons, Cannon. Front Row: Lauderdale. Second Row: Company A IWW W---' , Officers: Attaway, Klutz, Whitenight, Thomas, Wright, Sosa. Sweefh ea'-f ,, Evelyn Seiberf Front Row: North, Dupuy, Mizrany, Gonzales, Tobin, Poynor, Lackey, Henderson, Gerron, Brummett, Bretz, Huff. Second Row: Kithas, Holland, Sorenson, Cotton, Hennig, Newton, Richmon, Smith, Carroll, Brown, Roeber. Third Row: Brown, Batsell, Domoter, Drone, Ridgway, Sims, Smith, Couch, Esquivel, Elston, Hoaldridge. Fourth Row: Windham, Fischer, Dennis, Mills, Morgan, Capps, Jones, Hundt, Day, Sopko, Hammock. Company B ' .. at N 1 'W ' . ' Sweetheart 1, Sharon Davis Officers: Stevenson, Yarman, Hawkins, Edmonds, Fite, Gray. 1 'ff' . ,f , . ' 1 Front Row: Coke, Hoskins, Horton, Sword, Livermore, Forester, White, Goddard, Urquhart, Brown, Leggett, Kohr. Second Row: Williams, Hill, Ohleneiler, Cain, Porterield, Alspaugh, Graham, Bates, Thompson, Evans. Third Row: Stanley, Molina, Wilson, Arthur, Dodd, Baxley, Crawford, Dawson, Nichter, Garza, Delacruz, Sampson. Fourth Row: gllaissi Cgrr, Stovall, McKinney, Armstrong, Smith, Lambert, Mohn, Willoughby, Sexton, Jeffus, Manriquez, Mallard 1 e or . 7 N3 !J la Company C F xi.. E , in Ns. 1 uns' .Q A h N M"'fvm"'fAv44z'1"'Q' f 1.-.v ie..-."1z. .a""'?'?'iw 1- ,.,, p Q . as 4,N": " 9' 13, ,N Am: .gf-su., M, A 1' 5 9 . ,RTM as FW ,, 6. 4 . ff, , .,, .r' 'CY ., Tsvlvaga nf 'V ,.--'fr , C'-'Huh' 4' A Officers: Soules, Murrell, Marietto, Jones, Lutz. Sweetheart 1 Kenna Brown Front Row: Austin, McFarland, Thompson, Parker, Hahn, Stieber, Jeanes, Hamilton, Shepperd, Farnelli, Evans, Moseley. Second Row: Palmer, Wingo, Wood, Atchison, Hutchinson, Johnson, Hoppe, Odneal, Goumas, Moore, De- Vault. Third Row: Young, Harris, Robb, Alley, Culling, Rickmers, Barbolla, Christie, Willingham, Wolfe. Fourth Row: Johnson, Moore, Morosky, Boydston, Wesolowsky, Bush, Bowen, Parks, Thompson, Elliott. fl "" M. Sig rf 'c 632 Sweetheart T Terrina Rush Officers: Genovesi, Kennedy, Jolissant, Sargent. Front Row: Mahoney, Massey, Lollar, McClellan, Skipper, Bingaman, Bassham, Martinez, Siddall, Kennedy. Second Row: Seilheimer, Micheaux, Harp, Whipple, Dixon, Siefert, Cochran, Bennett. Third Row: Wyatt, Weir, McElroy, Owen, Chaloupka, Swint, Green. Fourth Row: Spiegel, Anderson, Johnson, LaPrel1e, Martin, Harrison, Hendrickson. Band Company rx ...gl-.ala ..,.,4. gg L ii - M- -no .fb L 9, ,ti GQ, RY! X xi,-db V ,. -Qv"' ,, a Tl " '.""' '- .. X -' y 'WQOKBIF ROTC Band provides music for all reviews and official appearances. Sweetheart - Karen Ga'-ne Front Row: Carr, Kilpatrick, Christy, Bower, Parker, Moore, Schenk, Meier, Gatchel, Miller, Levens. Second Row: Denson, Holmes, Taylor, Bouffard, Alexander, Albudy, Ross, Day. Third Row: Gaines, Blackwell, Jones, Marques, Benton, Hale, Hill, Boles, Evans, Green, Merrill. -v' 5 i l X ,. ,. .. MQ, .WV Mx ', fEigMi.,'f?.f T 552. X A M W, N , 2 W ,H L7sg5"3J3: , in X w A -W gswg .Q V. , K:-n, Q' ft, 1'-5fmi 5:i RX wry V M .3 X , S-,Q :L x ,' 5 ' missy, X iw g'I+iw!i'iQgx' X xi 492411. -, H11 X mfmxzjt 1 ,lemgm V wx Kgs ms xx. -1 .NN XX it Q , Q A lu Vin. R w S xx v. i , , Sid ' kim W' W' ,. ' 5:17 'gk K -'1 A X 5 4 5, 3' 5. ,f . ,.,...-..-- ' I M - V Q ff fx f Xxsx x 'NM E. f' 'K X , V ef ,Wi S , 2 . 'f. fi. 'A I 4' gs' 3.54 M5 - at V I ' 4 S li' X 4 nl Q l ,.m,.a- R q if 1 ,,., W' X ,302 . . Q. I 'U f' " ' S Q k 'El ,, 'HQN' " '-ff ' ., ., as 5, I ,gg X, -P' x E. J. 1 3. , 1 X3 Nw L x 'NS i. 4 d -Tl I' 1 3 138 164 192 P 200 r 9 EXTRACURRICULAR CJRGANIZATIONS I3I at flag The Arlington Review Displays Creative Talents of Students The Arlington Review, the ASC campus magazine, is designed as a showcase for student work in various fields. Issued two times a year, in the fall and spring, the magazine publishes non-fiction articles of general interest, as well as short stories and poetry. In addition, student art is reproduced in the magazine. In the fall, 1965, issue, full color reproductions of student oil paintings were included, marking the first time that student paintings have been reproduced in color in any ASC publication. Each semester, the Review conducts a contest to find the top manuscripts in a number of categories. Winners in each category are given cash prizes, and their entries receive top priority for publication in the Review. First published in 1962, the Review is an outgrowth of an earlier English Department publication, Essais. In succeeding years, the Review has become a part of the ASC journalistic tradition. Floyd Walker is the editor of the Review. The assistant editor for the fall issue was Tommy Lane. Advisers are Dr. Cothburn O'Neal and Miss Alberta Harrington of the English Department. Technical adviser is Mr. Ernest Leister of the Publications Department. Tommy Lane, Assistant Editor 'Q Judi Dunnihoo, Secretary and Associate Editor of the Shorthorn Floyd Walker, Editor-in-Chief 20? Paul Rowan, Editor Karen Voss, Assistant Editor Pat Dunkin, Associate Editor Shorthorn Provides Weekly Summary of Campus Events Every Friday, students obtain a copy of ASC's campus newspaper, The Shorthorn. It is an alternating four to six - and sometimes eight-page spread that relates a weekly account of events involving ASC and its student body. The Shorthorn serves as the oflicial informer for the ASC campus. Each week a survey is published on the editorial page. It covers a variety of questions and gives the students an opportunity to state their opinions. The newspaper also contains weekly features, sports news, a campus calendar, reports of past events, and news of upcoming events. ASC's newspaper received a first place honor rating from the Associated Collegiate Press Critical Service for the spring semester of 1965. This was the first time that The Shorthorn had been entered in competition for a number of years. Editorials and photography were judged outstanding features of the paper. Keith Blacketer, Associate Editor Olga Rabon, Assistant Editor wi 513 ' I 5. G Paul S. Blakney, Adviser Z K - I is ' .W ,A i 1"" , Jerry Reed, Associate Editor David Richter, Photographer t Editor Tommy Geddie, Assistant Editor Jack O'Dell, Assistant Editor Reveille Compefes Nationally Among Collegiate Yearbooks This year marks the sixteenth anniversary of ASC's Reveille. Prior to 1950, the yearbook was called The Junior Aggie, but in keeping with the col1ege's Rebel theme the name was changed to the Reveille in that year, Changes also appeared within the book itself. The 1950 Reveille had only 240 pages while the 1965 book contained 399. This year the book has 432 pages. Scheduling and taking pictures, writing copy and drawing layouts are just a few of the numerous jobs involved in publishing a yearbook. The Reveille staff undertakes the task of capturing the highlights and daily routines that make a complete record of yearly activities at ASC. ASC's Reveille won first class honor ratings for its cover, use of color, and research section in the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association contest in 1965. It also won first class honor ratings from both the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and the Associated Collegiate Press. Ernest Leister, Adviser Hyde, Assistant Editor Don Johnson, Photographer 'fx A . ..tr'.1..i, ""i'1:vr P ,"bY , ,s K new f My E' 'Z' H V -J K JW H '54 , F - ,lf , ff, a, 4- ' li ' ' -. so ,,,,,,,,,,...w--L KF, A .. "gm, W. xx 'ff l y "N-.-N3"" 7 ..k 4 K - f' 1 Robert Stewart, Fall Editor Donna Rgwan, Spying Edimy Jenny Mayfield, Assistant Editor Delaine Broadie, Secretary Jimmy Stephens, Phiotographer .fgj 33335 ,Q G i 1 STUDENT GCJVERNMENT Steve Evans, Myriam Hubbard. David Harrell, Jan Hart Don Long Sharon Freeman Executive Committee The Executive Committee is composed of the officers of Studet Government. Six members make up this committee: Steve Evans, president of Student Government, David Har- rell, vic-e-presidentg Sharon Freeman, recording secretaryg Myriam Hubbard, corresponding secretary, Don Long, treas- urerg and Jan Hart, parliamentarian. The six-member committee is responsible for making policy decisions that affect Student Government handling of campus affairs, as well as ruling on the many procedural matters and small items of business that the council must handle. In addition, the committee is in charge of deciding what business is to be brought to the attention of Student Government as a whole. The committee makes arrangements for representatives of campus organizations to participate, without vote, in council deliberations, especially when matters of particular interest to that organization are being discussed by the counci . The duties of the Executive Committee might be summed up in one general phrase as "the gear greasers of the council" since their overall responsibility is to insure the smooth functioning of the Student Government. Steve Evans, Student Government president ? a'a,'iZ' . af 'F -4 'v . ' ii -'.-2' " y ' - . , .,.-f ' I R 1 'A ' r n I I ff, 3 ., 1, b, ai V - 'Q' lginlviflfxwi 5:-:gi G 1. in 1 A K i ? f br -as k . 1 2 Z H A , S RVN ' - f. Vaqueros hang a Courtesy Day offender Bobb1 Rdgatz, MISS DIXIE Belle, and Scotty Nicholson, Johnny Reb, welcome '34 4- x Front Row: Myriam Hubbard, Lory Bowles, Jamie Hobbs, Gerry Bell, Barbara Sury, Karen Marazzini, and Susan Andries. Back Row: William Pinson, Earnest Brister, Allen Ueckert, Jim Justice, Pierce Chandler, and Roger Glass. Communications Committee Working to encourage communications between the vari- ous organizations on campus is the Communications Com- mittee. This group is composed of eighteen members headed by Pierce Chandler. The many bulletin boards throughout the student center are an evidence of this committee's work. The bulletin boards are used to relay organizational messages to students. This year the committee published the Student Government N ews- letter and made up the section on organizations in the student directory. Another of the Committee's projects was the President's Reception, held on October 25. Invitations were extended to the president or chairman of every group on campus, in addition to Dr. Woolf, his staff, and the academic and student deans. The purpose of this meeting was to let the various organizations become aware of their common goals so that they might work harmoniously toward the betterm-ent of their group and their school. Sponsoring an organizational sub-committee was also an undertaking of the Communications Committee. Composed of one representative from each organization at ASC, this sub-committee worked through the Communications Com- mittee with the Student Government as a whole. Its purpose was to encourage cooperation and coordination among the different clubs on campus. Steve Evans presides at a Student Council Meeting Front Row: Jan Hart, Luellen Ufheil and Susan Behnke Second Row J1m Voss, Peter Hagen, Joey Sandifer and Mike Martin Top Row Steve T1ppS Mar vin Smith, J . D. Wade, Peter Nyberg Marcus Dunn R. E. D. Committee Under the leadership of Joey Sandifer, 25 students give their services to the Research, Evaluation, and Development Committee. These members work to determine the needs of the college community and conduct investigations into the best means of filling these needs. They not only recommend measures that seem advisable but also evaluate the success of these measures. Each year they fix the policy for determining who will put out the Student Directory. The committee also chooses the members for the Student-Faculty Relations Board. The five students in the traffic court who hear campus cases are also recommended by this committee. This year the R. E. D. Committee held an Honor Recep- tion for the 35 finalists of the National Merit Scholarship. Planned by the committee is an Inter-School Conference in which all colleges Within a 100-mile radius gather to discuss common problems and their solutions. The committee is also working to lengthen the hours which the student center is to stay open. Chairman Joey Sandifer explains the system W of filing the committee's findings to committee member Luellen Ufheil. Rules and Finance Committee The Student Government's Rules and Finance Committee serves a dual purpose. It handles all finances of Student Government, and it acts as arbiter in any disputes over Student Government affairs. Don Long, Student Government Treasurer, is president of the Rules and Finance Committee, Another representative initiated into the committee is the Parliamentarian, who handles all procedural matters. Three other student govern- ment members are chosen at large to make up the remaining committee members. Originally, there was both a Finance Committee and an Arbitration Committee, but the two were combined last year into the Rules and Finance Committee. The members meet only to either settle disputes concerning the constitution or to discuss matters of finance. No other group on campus can rule on constitutional matters. The Rules and Finance Committee is also responsible for the Book Registration Service. The committee registers a student's book for a nickel and assists him in locating the book if it is lost. Around 4,000 books are registered each semester under this service. David Timmons, Don Long, Jan Hart, Jim Voss, sr ? :at ' Don Long, treasurer, looks at the financial records and Steve Tipps. Front Row Pat Ivy Barbara Bartlett, Sylvia Sumner, Sue Watson, and Lee Ann Zacha Back Row Glen Wallace, Linda Parker, Pam Hollinger, Linda Gregory, Student Affairs Committee The Student Affairs Committee is in charge of all phases of the school elections. It is also responsible for developing programs designed to promote school spirit in the social, athletic, cultural and other co-curricular activities of ASC. Duties of the committee include providing ballots, voting areas, voting boxes or machines, and counting the votes. Revision of the election rules is a 1965-66 project for the 25-member committee. As chairman of the Student Affairs Committee, Sylvia Sumner also heads the Rebel Rousers, a spirit organization stemming from this committee. This young organization is made up of over 100 students whose purpose is to stimulate school spirit and gain support for all Rebel functions. The members try to gather support at games, at pep rallies and in all campus activities. Rebel Rousers formed a welcoming committee at regis- tration and welcomed students to the campus. They were also in charge of the bonfire. They secured an approved campus site for it south of the parking lots, gathered wood, and placed a guard on it at all times. In addition, the Rebel Rousers made posters for all the games and pep rallies and, for one week, filled the student center showcases with pictures of the football team and other memorabilia. Steve Evans, David Harrell, and Rusty Russell at SOS reorganization meeting. Rebel Rousers .Aix Www- QNX Dx Seated: Sylvia Sumner, Lee Ann Zacha, Pam Hol- linger. Standing: Mike Millican, Craig Parker. - f David Harrell, left, and Sylvia Sumner ' " assist freshman John Miller as he , , M, V .LW .1 if joins Rebel Rousers and purchases his A, 'X ' L ' M " beanie. Bottom Row: Candy Menger, Sylvia Sumner, Pam Hollinger, Claudia McDowell, Gayla Endicott, Lynda Gregory, Sylvia Ramsey, Ivanka Taborsky. Second Row: Al Hydak, Craig Parker, Linda Parker, Jamie Hobbs, Candy Lee, Sherra Rayfield, Barbara Gostomski, Lynne Easter, Alvin Kohr, Glen Wallace. Third Row' Bif Fornero Bruce Mey- ers, Peggy Widaman, Greg McDaniel, Doug Johnson, Kerry Moseley, Stephen Findley, Mike Millican, David Wind- rup. I45 , 4 . Ji ' 'gm Q r Q-am 0 At a Student Government meeting, President Steve Evans discusses the Campus Committee's proposals. Campus Committee The Campus Committee is composed of seven members who work for the welfare, improvement, and beautification of campus facilities. These students are the oflicial care-takers of the Rebel Flag and were responsible for obtaining the use of the Hagpole that is in front of the Student Center. Committee members engaged in several projects this year. Among these were having the stadium bleachers sanded, placing trash cans around the campus, and increasing the number of direct lines to Dallas. Other projects assumed by the Campus Committee were securing pencil sharpeners for the class rooms, placing bicycle racks around the campus, and attempting to install benches on the quadrangle, projects which were small in nature but did much to improve the func- tion and beauty of ASC. Courtesy Day was the biggest project undertaken by the Campus Committee. This event was publicized by Charlie and Harrigan of KLIF, a Dallas radio station. Male students at ASC were asked to treat the fairer sex with more consid- eration than usual. They were to wear suits and ties, carry the ladies' books, and offer them chairs. Those who disobeyed were carted off to the jail outside the student center. Left to right: Ralph Baldridge, Paula Acuff, Richard Calfee, Jamie Hobbs, Karen Marazzini, Rusty Russell. if ' I M Student Activities Board Student Activities Committees work to bridge educational and social life on the ASC campus. Members of SAB are a part of a leadership training program designed to give stu- dents a Well-rounded education. SAB is made up of nine committees, including the newly organized Council on Lead- ership Advancement. COLA was created to provide confer- ences and seminars on better leadership and to help com- mittees in group dynamics. Organized for this year only, the Conference Committee convened to consider the LSU bid for a regional conference. The Entertainment Committee helps select and make ar- rangements for all featured attractions of the Concert and Popular Artists series and also schedules the weekly film attractions. Coordinating big all-school activities such as Homecoming, Old South, and the school trip is the job of the Special Events Committee. The Recreation Committee spe- cializes in leisure time, planning and conducting campus and intercollegiate tournaments in bridge, chess, billiards, bowling and ping pong. Sponsoring art contests and musical programs and selecting paintings, records, and books for the student lounge areas is the responsibility of the Fine Arts Committee. The Exhibits Committee schedules and coordinates exhibits of arts, crafts, hobbies, and special interest displays. Mem- bers of the Hospitality Committee organize and host recep- tions for speakers, entertainers, and campus visitors. The Levee Committee plans, decorates, and carries out social events ranging from the Howdy Dance through Old South Week. Thought-provoking lectures, book reviews and group discussions are activities of the Ideas and Issues Committee. Dean of Women Mrs Lera D Hancock presents her views on a proposal of the Student Activities Board. v r 1 - dr +5 f -gk-"' f'.Ws"W' ' wwf -' ' V' "YY sff,s'!?r- . . - . , ' i lr- , fb ' 1 ' I ig,-f , ' fa fy- S - 5 , . , l 4 ' , ,M 1 W - . Ji' V If W4 rg, ' 5 xx 1 , . , . M, ,M 5 I J., ., fy - Juv ,ff is 1. .1 .- -' , . ,JU . , ., - W .1 ZA, kk , . V VV f rf . 5 a ff - -ggi ii Eg! i 5 1 "' f i . r 1. 'Sf . 3 as 2 f . f . ,- AML.. . -.1 ' JY' 1 x-" an-1 Q , ' V55 .1 f 1 X , I 4' rw G X C , f . W fi , ' X Y-rw ,I f I X, f 1 .- 35 ,. Q Q14 Q . s s Q-Qlkglgix Sl 'J . ii-sein 'Y Fm 'ug .,,1 w ""ft,j 'M 'SM' A A C :iff , aww .ni 54? .Xin J, ' -' -Z.-36, .-... M, , , i . fs. I , V! ,Vw 'Q' 5 1 Z Levee Sitting: Linda Henson, Wayne Meadlin, Paul Cohen, Barbara Gostomski. Standing: Pris cilla Smith, Sandy Grider, Judy Franklin, Claudia MacDowe1l, Ivanka Taborsky. Entertainment Committee Sitting: Jackie Pearson, Ross Breckeen, Nick Jones, Ann Helton. Standing: Lynda Bothe, Edie Brusewitz. I48 ,. .OV -i -,FH . ,, V X .W . K,,,i,1,.,, 1. ,K Special Events Committee Sitting: Dana Rittiman, Susan Wine, John Fritio. Standing: Terry Kepley, Allen Graham. Recreation Committee Sitting: Marie Elza, Ralph Baldridge, Linda Chapman: Standing: Troy Ottwell, Pat Parker. f , 1 X Q , Wem- , 'NJ' Fine Arts Committee 'fis- XJ 9 i . -. - Left to right: Sheila Bell, Marti Atkerson, Sandy Ballard, Leroy Garcia. Hospitality Committee Seated: Judy Watson, Sharon Davis, Kerry Moseley, Pam Greener. Standing: Sylvia Ramsey, Joan Dawson, Peggy Widaman, Marcia Elliott, Beth Morelan. YL S , dxf- yx If Xxfyif' COLA Seated: Myriam Hubbard, Ann Moore, Candy Menger. Standing: Steve Hunt. Jim Hampton and Joey Sandifer. Conference Committee Left to right: Bruce Meyer, Cindy Roberts, Jackie Moe, Ann Moore, Candy Menger, Sam Mid- dlebrooks, Lee Lilliard. 6 f it Z 1,5 gm if a gba 5 ft mf Exhibits Committee ' ' "'5f5. " w 'A f 5 N ' . , mm e,-Q. M .. .Q , X 'ww . H 9 -g Left to right: Karen Allen, Dan Swanson, Llnda Hunter Martha Wolfsklll Tlm Apgar Ideas 8 Issues Committee Seated Roger Hoppe, Don Garner, Nita Murry. Standmg Molly Whlsman Peter Nyberg s GB '1 -Ca '35 ,Q I 'iw-. Ilj 's ggfk' but -5"l7'v- Oriental Week features Karate, just for fun, demonstrated by Phillip Ola and Lee Roberts. fm :Us Ah- , -LE 4A,,,-f'i'J,vf. ' , ' .II Q l X Q. 1 limi' ' A 5 W 4.-ings 4 Q..- I v-4,,,,,,,,., . ,A f , , mga In Sharon South, freshman, participates in the rice- eating contest which climaxed Oriental Week on November 12. Oriental Week '65 Allen Steen displays the correct way to deliver a Karkte chop. I53 is f e i ef S 2 MW Gambling Rebels use their fake money at a game table. Pat Taylor, Avolonte pledge, captures a Rebel hat from a Tri-Chi member. Casino girls join the gamblers at their table. Did South Week Features Hat Grab, Casino, Gomes, Boll Old South Days began at 8:00 a.m. on March 31 with the Tri-Chi Hat Grab. Four girls from each of the seven sororities were allowed to snatch Rebel hats from Tri-Chi members. Avoklonte and Sans Souci tied for first place, each collecting 16 ats. "Pat O'Brien's" was the theme of the Old South Casino held Thursday night in the student center. As students en- tered the casino, they each received S100 in fake money to use in playing cards or roulette. In typical casino tradition, a player piano and several dance hall girls were on hand to add to the casino's atmosphere. At 9:00 p.m. the Old South crowds moved to the old ballroom to witness the skits pre- sented by each of the girls' sororities. April 1 was the day for Old South booths and games. The campus was cluttered with a sidewalk art show exhibited by the Art Club, a love-meter booth by Alpha Phi Omega, Alfa- sig's Mississippi Mansion, Tom Sawyer's lemonde by Zongolag a cotton candy, root beer, and box lunch auction by the New- man Club, and a cider booth by Karuso Pteros. Tri-Chi and Avolonte sponsored a ring tossg Delta Chi Omega sponsored a water balloon throw, Koshari, a five-cent coffee booth, Les Choisies, a peanut wagon, and Sans Souci, a fishing pond. En Ami won the social club games. The Old South Ball was the highlight of Old South Week. Formally attired, students turned out to dance and hear the results of the Old South contests. Mary Huebner, a sopho- more from Arlington, was announced as Miss ASC and given a bouquet of roses. Johnny Reb was revealed as Rusty Rus- sell, also a sophomore from Arlington. Winners of the skits, games, booths, and the hat grab were announced at the Old South Ball. Members of various social clubs made up this chorus line N 3 Avolonte pledges present their skit. Eileen McCluskey portrays Robin in the Karuso Pteros skit. hi Lecey pledges seem upset in this scene from "Sh0wboat Meets the Stars." f' 1 ig S n I F ' . l r' 1 Little Miss Soucibelle seems to be hav- ing trouble finding a parking place. if wtf , i'fx f I ,N is E l Old South Skifs Pledges from the seven girls' clubs wrote, planned, and presented skits along the theme of "Showboat". Sans Souci presented the winning skit, "Little Miss Soucibelle', a take- off on the parking problems at ASC. En Ami's "Mississippi Melodrama or Whatever Happened to Baby Galore?" was rated second by the judges: Avolonte's skit, entitled "Show- boat ASC", was a melodrama of a showboat voyageg Zon- gola's 4'Coming Events on the Zongola Showboat" was a melodrama spoofg Koshari's "Leaky Lipscomb" included a bloomer raid. Karuso Pteros presented a batman melodrama entitled "Who Stole the Rebel Flag?", and Les Choisies bor- rowed popular espionage characters and recreated them for their comic skit, "Showboat Meets the Stars: The FBO". En Ami pledges Denise McCorkle and Marti Atkerson present the Mis sissippi Melodrama". fvk ,mn-f,ns:N':.ia1w MM? ML xg mi gy Homecoming '65 Avolonte's "Wash Those Lum- berjacks Outa Our Hair" places first in the float competition. 'VIH' I , lrmfrn t s ,EQ llliililll M353 lil' X A 5, 2. U -- if 12 Jr iii, fifl Qilfg, .sl , lliwiigli 1, "Rebel Rumble from 'West Side Story' wins first place in the dorm competition for Lipscomb Hall. lf! Ulf f E UM -- Nllllllllhllll "WW ff 'HH I swarm " f IIl.:.... ll 158 I The annual Rebel Bonfire sparks off this year's Home coming events. ASC students found this wooden satire to greet them during Homecoming festivities. Jlembers of Alpha Sigma Chi parade their entry for the float competition before the Reveille cameraman. 'M Concert Series John Browning i Henry Mancini Nona Lorca MA 'x . E. W- .r,1'5..i..ii,,,k X s Y . x X. Capacity Crowds Attend Series Ot Concerts in New Auditorium ASC's new multi-purpose auditorium, which seats 2,800, Jpened with the first of the concert series on October 18. Sponsored by the Popular Artists Series, the first program featured jazz musician Louis Armstrong and his All-Stars. Students gave the musician a warm reception by filling the huge auditorium. The second show gave Arlington State theatre-goers their first real taste of culture. The Grand Ballet Classique de France was sponsored by the Arlington Concert Association. Five performers, known as "The Kingsmenj' also played in the new auditorium. They performed at the ASC Home- coming Bonfire Dance, immediately following the bonfire. Boris Goldovsky brought his opera theatre troupe to Arlington State in November. Goldovsky presented Mozart's "Don Giovanni" to two thousand people. Jose Greco presented a Valentine concert of Spanish Gypsy dancing in the Arlington State Auidtorium. Greco's show of Flamenco and Spanish Gypsy dancers contained the largest company ever assembled under his banner. The unique sound of the Clebanoff Strings and Orchestra came to the ASC Auditorium in February. Clebanoff's com- pany of 20 was presented by the Arlington Concert Association. Grand Ballet Classique X Louis Armstrong X fl- fl ,, Sf, .M , 3 f is iq" " yr ,. 1 , ,. 1 fs f 2 -n A : ff , :r 3 lbl si N 4'- ' Q f' I 1 X ' ,, L, .Ffh N ,, .,. .5 ,v g Ax xy wa' , .w gqni vw. . 2,61 Xa :gym -: ' ' Vi m, W 1, .. Y ,YR-xv Wwtf. 5 , X--Nux . x MXN--, X A 5 , .x' '93, Z ' 5 in 1.5 lk: -Q tv gg,-Yvq W x. 5, .,,V r. ,A r, pf.. gais . xx-sg ,KM 2 12? ic f - s Q gg i Y 5 ar Q .. sy? 1 gr M1 1 1- , 2 ., 2 Wx! ' 11 xx I ,f k L c it X ,l i I ' e Q V 3' 1 K X 1 W x 1 , , ' 2 x SOCIAL CLUBS Inter-Club Council Establishing the general policies which govern all social club activities is the purpose of the Inter-Club Council. Two representatives from each of the seven sororities make up the 15-member council. All club constitutions must Eonforn? to the standards established by the Inter-Club ounc1 . ICC begins its work each fall by setting up a forum to inform freshman girls about the social clubs on campus. Members also sponsor the Apple Mixer, appointing com- mittees for decoration, publicity, and refreshments. During the spring semester the club holds its annual ICC dance for all sorority and fraternity members. The Inter-Club Council determines the rules for rush, formal and informal teas, and the dates for signing the preference lists. This fall ICC sponsored a charm school open to all campus coeds. During the spring semester, ICC joined with COMSO to sponsor the National Fraternity and Sorority Forum. Officers for the Inter-Club Council are Judy Sellers, president, and Dana Ascue, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Lera D. Hancock sponsors the club. The climax of the charm school was the style show in which Vivian Bauer was a participant. Front Row: Dana Ascue, Barbara Grewe, Barbara Henson, Judy Sellers, Linda Long, Marcia Diem, and Myriam Hubbard. Second Row: Sherri Sittler, Ginger Dean, Barbara Williams, Karron Braswell, Judy Franklin, Jerri Campbell, Juli Davies, and Brenda Worsham. ,BQ ' T45 - ' 's fvul A , , A ,fv I- ., . g,',FvH'g el .-A A I .,,. 'o Steve Fowler presides over a discussion of fall rush during a COMSO meeting. Comso Acting as a governing body to the represented fraterni- ties, the Council of Menis Social Organizations works to coordinate formal and informal rush and to determine such aspects as scholastic achievement and necessary disciplinary actions. Creating, promoting and perpetuating the best interests of Arlington State College and of its fraternities, COMSO insures cooperation between them and the college authori- ties. Leading the council toward the achievement of this purpose are Steve Fowler, president, Mickey Griffin, vice- president, and James French, secretary-treasurer. Laverne Shields Sweetheart Alray Henderson Johnnie Hunt Earnest Williams Kappa Alpha Fi Kappa Alpha Fi, organized in the spring of 1963, had 11 members this fall. The club won the intramural doubles bowling championship in 1965. Kappa Alpha Fi officers include Ronald Jones, president, Earnest Williams, vice- president, Herman Mason, treasurer, Johnnie Hunt, scribe, and Alvin Johnson, social director. Laverne Shields is the club's sweetheart, and Horace Gillespie sponsors Kappa Fi. Members not pictured are Kenneth Cartwright, Tommie Chambers, Everett Gray, Alvin Johnson, Her- man Mason, Jesse Oliver, and Alfonso Owens. Ronald Jones Ls' President Phi-Eps Organized in November of 1964, Phi-Eps is the newest men's social fraternity at ASC. With 20 active members and nine fall pledges, Phi-Eps has been active in the various aspects of student life. The sweetheart for this year is Connie Knight, a sophomore Spanish major from Italy, Texas. The fraternity's fall officers were Jim Vest, president, John Lee, vice president, J immy Porter, secretary, and Bob Dean, treasurer and pledge master. The spring officers are Jeff Miller, president, John Morawski, vice president, Larry Glatts, secretary, Hal Cooper, treasurer, and Jim Porter, pledge master. Faculty advisors are Dr. Charles Van Cleve, Professor William Lawley, and Sgt. Lance Williams. Jimmy Vest President fi-'Q-C Larry Aulenbach Reid Brandon Tom Chamblee Joseph Conti Larry Glatts Lin Kimmer John Lee 'U' Connie Knight Sweetheart 70" 'C . E C ?. John Morawski Jim Porter William Springer "ZF-vi' JB N ' J-its 1 1990 Rod Stephens Bill Tillman Patrick Vader Tim Williams Jimmy Wrenn 9' if it .Eng Mills Boon President Charles Alexander Al Anglin Tye Barnett Gary Blum Ralph Boehm Richard Cavender Pat Childress John Clark E54 .Q-.--uv '-?'s Pvc f' as Q QL. XGA N Q A X .R 4 Bobbi Ragatz Sweetheart Kent Cox Tommy Davis Charles Edwards William Ellis Jimmy Falvo John Feik Don Frost Randle Garner Jerry Garrett Max Gathings Ronnie Golden Garry Gooden Robert Hale David Hendrix Aubre Howell Freddie Jones Ken Kantz Gordon Kinney Douglas Koebernlck Buddy Lear Alpha Sigma Chi One of Alpha Sigma Chi's main projects for the year was the construction of a Victory Wagon in support of the Rebel football team. The club won the intramural football cham- pionship in the social clubs division. Officers for 1965-66 are Mills Boon, Presidentg Gary Gooden, Vice-presidentg Tye Barnett, Secretaryg Bill Sladov- nik, Treasurerg and Brad Nelson, Pledge Trainer. The club's sweetheart is Bobbi Ragatz, this year's Miss Dixie Belle. Among Alfasig's members are Rebel cheerleaders Buddy fs 1 gsm-Lg '75- Lear and Tommy Davis. M A4 --F I I , . ,sw slim ll 'K' Jw I-'E' ll 745 CRN Leslie Lewis Gene Malone Ronald Mason Jim McCoy Billy Morris Bradford Nelson Karl Osborn Bill Reed Lee Roberts Randy Rogers Gus Schumann Scotty Shallcross George Shupee Bill Sladovrrik Philip Smith Mike Soward Ronnie Stevens Cyril Sulak Paul Tallas Lee Torbett Don Waldrop Gary Whitfill Jack Womack James Wright Ronald Wright Shari Lynn Wells Sweetheart f 0-. ff , J ffm., .tvs . 30-v '4T."""' "' Lee Adams Gene Bibb Ernest Brister Hulen Buckner Don Crowe Ben Day George Donovan , George Felix Q V iff' Russ Fowler Steve Fowler Mike Goldberg Robert Hopkins William Lowe Edward Lunt Mac Martin Terry Oneal James Sims Harold Stieber James Thompson if James Williams Citus Falco Sponsoring the Campus Canto was Citus Falco's biggest project this year. The fraternity also worked to win second place for their homecoming float, "Trouble Right Here in Rebel City for the Lumberiacksf' The Rebel Hag, displayed at home football games, is the valued property of Citus Falco. Officers for the 15-member fraternity are Don Mebus, presi- dentg Steve Fowler, vice-presidentg Terry Oneal, secretaryg Mike Goldberg, treasurerg Jim Sims, reporterg and Jerry Lowe, parliamentarian. Steve Fowler is also president of COMSO and Ed Lunt, Terry Oneal, and George Donovan brought further honor to Citus Falco by making the All-Star Intramural football team. Citus Falco elected Shari Welles sweetheart. Wendell Knox sponsors the fraternity. A Don Mebus President Q,--. ' X... 'sf q'C'."'? Hs' 'Ss Sf , tilt- ff Malcolm Strange President 'ca-4 4. 'fs-f Aegeidae With eleven new members, Aegeidae had the largest number of fall pledges. Formed in September of 1963, the fraternity has been active in all campus functions. Fall officers included Malcolm Strange, presidentg Larry Smith, vice presidentg Don Stanek, treasurerg Tommy Crider, secretaryg and Tom Trostel, Social Chairman. Mr. Ron Foster served as faculty advisor. Judy Sellers Harold Armstrong Sweetheart David Bowman NK Q 2Q,N A xii I al-sg XQTX Tommy Joe -- Brownfield g ""' Richard Calfee A J Tommy Crider Gary Esters Kenneth Fischer John Gallagher fx 1 Y' 'P if Peter Huagen William Hodge Andy Howard -4 of V 'Q 5 ix I Charles Huggins Dale McCutcheon tux 'N'-...,..f Danny McKay John Nowell Robert Phillips 1' William Richardson -id-fs i.,,,, W ' Joey Sandifer ibn-N 'i 'asv ' WYQ "' William Schenck L env-nf... Larry Smith Donald Stanek me Tom Trostel Q, Myron Walters We--v. Edwin Welch Weyland Wilder :avi 'umm' M. . : "1 'L S , 1 2. .mb ,ev up ,- f' ' T ' ' ' ' w., 5.5 ,T iff 4. f -" -1 X5 ig W gl - - yf". gKQf 'gg L 4. 2 K' :sf f 13-f xi f", .. gms. it ' wif ss?'ff W ' ' fu.:rm,,x.va' Becky Cowley Sweetheart John Mclftoberts Dave Muir Lindley Myers David Reed Arthur Roark Sammy Rudel Kenneth Terry Gary Valant Ross Fields Bennie Jeter Ronnie LaJudice Tau Delta Tau Formerly known as Taudelt, Tau Delta Tau has been engaged in a program of reorganization as well as being active in all forms of campus activities. Tau Delta Tau's sweetheart for this year is Becky Cowely. The faculty advisor for the fraternity is Rick Hurlock of the Psychology Department. Officers of Tau Delta Tau for 1965-1966 are Alan Yurman, presidentg David Muir, vice presidentg David Reed, secretaryg and Ronnie Lajudice, treasurer. Alan Yurman President f S- Harold Bourne VT Fav' 'UV by JT' -'is 4 A Tom Roeber President Delta Chi Omega Delta Chi Omega, formerly Sakkara, was one of the first social clubs on campus. The club won second place in intra- mural football. Mr. Ken Coffelt of the Biology Department is faculty sponsor. President of Delta Chi Omega is Tom Roeber, and the sweetheart is Alexia Urban. Other officers are: Jerry McGill, vice-president, Mickey Griffin, secretary-treasurer, John Rawlings, sergeant-at-arms, and Howard Daniels, reporter. Howie Daniels jf-Q W Randy Day g K 'ie Richard Dixon Larry Estes Arthur Griffin Q AQWWX S 0 fi Q Q on A lx A " i ' Alexia Urban .. Sweetheart Mickey Griffin Richard Hoeckendorf in-.. PIM :Th Ein qv' 99" Ts... Jerry McGill Buddy McMahon Bill Sneed Bob Solomon Dennis Webber Larry Worley QQ: ,, Bill Schaad, Mike Langdon, Jerry O'Rear, and Red Harp put the finishing touches on the Chi Chi Chi homecoming float. Chi Chi Chi members and their dates enjoy the Christmas dance. Jerry Busbee David Cannon Mike McAlister President tl- Ronald Anderson Barty Boydston 'ai James Buis Buddy cubum X 'N' N John Donaghy GJ' - 'C W 33- W- lk' I Jon Early 5 C 5 C Kenneth Embry , - K " li Roger Farr I 4 M A i M Y, , LJ fn :gr f . T' I or , + 1 , l ,V F lx Gary Freer 5 James French I Q? 4 'R 5' ' David Garrett t., l .::...., Howard Hale 1 Harry Hamilton X p, " L0 Chi Chi Chi Mike McAlister served as Chi Chi Chi president for the school year of 1965-1966. The club, founded in 1961, has won intramural honors each year. Faculty sponsor for the frater- nity is Glenn Rogers of the History Department. This fall Chi Chi Chi sponsored a Christmas party for the orphans of the Lena Pope Home. The fraternity annually holds a hat grab, inviting all the women's social clubs to join in the snatching of hats from the heads of Chi Chi Chi pledges. Included in Chi Chi Chi's membership is Mike Langdon, a Rebel cheerleader. The fraternity's colors are blue and gray. Officers are Curt Whitsel, vice-president: Bill Schaad. secretaryg Jim French, treasurerg and Tommy Koops. parlia- mentarian. 12 isis ,X :, K' AA N elf: X xxx 1 Su! i s Mgt' William Harp Bruce Hutson Lynn James Zig: x A ,V 1 . , "f"f'. . ..,s WQ - ,,,, KAW T . f x A . 1 3 'rf my i iff' ,.,. M 1 , N A N ' . 1 . 1' 2 ' M- X ii. l -, . ? si- W 6 A ' R 5 R., f fc- 1 vs . I ey . V ' 'iffy ' V Sw Q ix --ax J EY fx 'fx as s x -f x. 1 l ,wwf it .X was it ff , l A .nn ,x "" Q - 'Dx , . A .. r 4 , K 1 S5 5 L K f it M . V- fl f . .f Q X- if Q -M , if 5 ffq f gm . Q, I A 2:1 Q Aw , Q -ak if A ' J' L' , x. - , 1 . Qu...., - ,4 , . as 1 ' A A A A f '- Z 4 - J I 7' 'xr Barry Jenkins Thomas Koops Michael Langdon Thomas Maher Jack Merbler Merlin Morgan Jerry Oakes Jerry O'Rear cn., ffbg, an Hb ,K 'if wh- Barry Palmer Chuck Patterson Harold Prather Alan Rogers William Schaad Charley Scott Tommy Townley Earl We-iher Curt Whitesel Johnny Wright Avolonte Besides being a Reveille favorite, ICC president, and sweet- heart of Aegeidae fraternity. Judy Sellers also leads the Avolonte girls social club. Other officers are Colleen Waddell, vice-president: Valerie Briggs and Dana Ascue, secretaries: and Myriam Hubbard. treasurer. Ronnie Russell is the club's beau. The sorority is sponsored by Miss Jane Perry and Miss Betty Maples. Avolonte members have won many campus honors. Among them are Donnave Owens, vice-president of Rebel Rousers: Myriam Hubbard, secretary of Student Government: and Susan Andries. vice-president of the Newman Club and a Student Government member. Others are Barbara Warren. Reveille beauty and sweetheart of Trinity House and ROTC: Peggy Sellmeyer. Vaqueros sweetheart: Karen Garner. major- ette and ROTC sweetheartg and Terrina Ruth, Reveille favor- ite, majorette, ROTC sweetheart, and Lee House Officer. Avolonte won first place in both the Campus Canto and the Homecoming float contest. '- .. 5--Nw, Valerie Briggs Suzanne Bryan ' J fg- A asv' S-SC Janet Crane - ' 15- Q 'K' 44' Karen Garner T. V it C I G G 'bb' Xu erry F1 in f 'A ' ' JK-1 X f X--x -. L , Myriam Hubbard 12" 1 Kathleen Kane N 1 Ann Lamkin --g . Connie Lee .41 xg ,ff Jan McCormick If N f . A Melinda Motes K Q Carol O'Kelly 5 as Donnave Owens iq. Donna Payne Cynthia Roberts K Susan Andries Dana Ascue W Q... , 'l f fin f ,f Margie Robinson Terrina Rush Colleen Waddell S x Barbara Warren Linda Wise Judy Sellers President Ronny Russell Beau , X vi 'Nb fm . 1 ,f "gl v-,W Q-.V-v sf X- W QT' 1 'GN-g 'str-s 4. , il .X' vt' -3 in-1 'xiii 4-K 7 '53 5 x 1177 9 YH-'av Q""9 'rf' s i Zongola The motto of Zongola Sorority is the translation of their gypsy name, which means "light of heart." Zongola's colors are maroon and white, and its flowers are red and white roses. The president of Zongola, Karron Braswell, was a Reveille Beauty finalist. Other officers are Jill Jamieson, vice-presi- dent, Ginger Dean, secretary, and Shirley Mystrom, treas- urer. Sponsors are Miss Mary Lou Davenport and Mrs. Neita Flennigan. Outstanding members are Evelyn Siebert, Miss Dallas, ROTC Sweetheart, Deputy Corps Sweetheart, Reveille Beauty and Best Dressed Coed, Paula Acuff and Candy Menger, Student Government, and Barbara Wheeler, Recreation Committee Chairman. ' T M J g ,..,., Karron Braswell 'X O 'fb s 1 'A " President Q M' . I ' ' J Tom Trostel Beau HW . r . - fall? ,. 5 'at' 8' Q A 1 it gi "Uk 5-T as V 4 lx. . 1 Zongola members Paula Acuff and Beth Newell greet prospective rushees at the Apple Mixer Paula Acuff Ginger Dean ntoinette Hart .f 4' My 1 CTX 1Z'?""f' J 7' Ns 7 Rosan Hoifpauir Jill Jamieson Candy Menger Shirley Nystrom Arla Jo Payne Evelyn Seibert Jeanne Upchurch Barbara Wheeler Kenneth Sargent Beau Wanda Clinkscales Ginger Fulenwider Sharon Hall Barbara Henson Judy Land Patricia Robinson Luellen Ufheil Koshari Barbara Grewe is the 1966 president of Koshari sorority. Other officers are Barbara Herron, secretary, and Ginger Fulenwider, treasurer. Sponsors are Melva Baker and Fran- cine Morris. Club Beaux are Ken Sargent and Allen Yurman. The motto of Koshari is "Kindness of spirit helps attitudes reap information." Its flower is the chrysanthemum, and its colors are blue and gold. "-as -x .. Barbara Grewe President Alan Yurman Beau lixffg rl'-i5 IPX -K- K aruso Pferos Karuso Pteros, founded in 1960, is the newest sorority on campus. Its motto, "with wings of gold," is the translation of the sorority's name. The marigold is the club flower, and gold and white are the colors representing Karuso Pteros. This year KP established a college blood bank. Blood donated by students is deposited in the Carter Blood Center and is available to anyone associated with Arlington State College. Members who hold honors on campus are Barbara Sury, Student Government, and Sylvia Lawton, Student Activities Board. X "M lx f , ,gg 1 . A A it ' JS g ,N Jerri Campbell I- gi jp ' ' President x ' Robert Hook Beau ff , , Ls. J, Karuso Pteros members Jerri Campbell and Arlene Thomas spend much of their spare time attending sorority meetings. Jacqueline Brice Jean Crist Helen Fine 2' ,, gl'i f - 4 ,, K -F .X .Qv-f 0 n, if 1, in D V4 i' "'2 li' I fm 4? i, X " 'K 6. L if YN X , z Susan Hofman Sylvia Lawton Sally Ann Lee Marti Maben Lynda Price Sherri Sittler Lynn Smith Barbara Sury Arlene Thomas Cindy Wilkerson L-Wk.?"1-. Sans Souci Sans Souci Sorority, organized in 1932, is the second oldest social club on campus. It was originally known as the Long- Haired Club, and the members were required to have long hair. Sans Souci is French for "without a care," the motto of the sorority. All four ASC cheerleaders are Sans Souci members. They are Lynn Petrelli, Sandy Barnes, Sharon Terrill, and Becky Cowley. Other outstanding Soucis include Jackie Moe, Miss ASC, Sandy Barnes, Reveille Favorite and ROTC Corps Sweetheart, Sharon Terrill and Brenda Worsham, Reveille Beauties and Best Dressed Coed finalistsg and Rusty Burris, Reveille Favorite and Student Government Representative. Becky Cowley is also Miss Arlington. Also, Sans Souci won third place in the Campus Canto. Officers are Julie Davies, presidentg Brenda Worsham, vice- presidentg Ellyne Wisenbaker, secretary, and Barbara Siver, treasurer. Sandy Barnes Cherie Barton Penny Bell Rusty Burris Rebecca Cowley Carolyn Critz Susan Fowler rc Haven Hyde Dianne Key Jackie Moe M Lynn Petrelli L0 Marilyn Reese Cindy Roberts Peggy Sheridan f-in ,- VaLois Shockley 'Fava is' Sheryl Stewart "T" Barbara Siver Beverly Stanford Sharon Terrill jx FW Carole Vadner Ellyne Wisenbaker 'P- Brenda Worsham Juli Davies President Robert Hale Beau '5Z""' , 'SS' 'GZLZ7' dm IT? it-' To Yf,'7' fx L ti L 4.- .,?-.-v- 3 , ln 'fi 'Us A-it TF sa' TF' ' I ""'V' N A rss, XX it R E v- as M gl X rug , , .,,,. .. Marcia Diem President Lee Roberts Beau Barbara Bartlett Sandra Combs M f Les C hoisies Formerly called LaDocena, Les Choisies was started in 1927. "Let Friendship Prevail" is the Lacey motto, and the red carnation is the club flower. This year, Les Choisies projects included making Christmas cards for the soldiers stationed in Viet Nam. One of the first activities after Fall Rush was the Mother-Daughter Banquet held in November. Les Choisies members holding campus honors include Bobbi Ragatz, who is Miss Dixie Belle, Reveille Beauty, Alpha Sigma Chi Sweetheart, and ROTC Sweetheart. Francine Rice is also a Reveille Beauty, and Mary Huebner and Donna Kramer are Reveille favorites. Officers are Marcia Diem, president, Linda Long, vice- presidentg Linda Parker, secretary, and Sue Watson, treas- urer. Sponsors are Dolores Holder and Jeanne Ford. ,,,, f. Lynne Easter rrr' -P X w i . i' N wgflf T ,X Pam Elliott C ' , , , . 1- Shay Hadley gf.-si f W . K' Q72-'S' Tr d' H ll llyp 35-in L,X .W r, yea u 1 a aran ,- Harriett Hamilton 4525 l i f Mary Hough s it f L, c 'fi , Mary Huebner ,Q -A ' 1- ,Q J .... , , 2... ""' M J 1 Aa f" Donna Kramer X , , , ..,, . . . , 4:4 . ffl '. 'mm' Judith Lockher V AA ' I gg ' '. 1 XJ: iizw I V, .. . it ' ss V MV , it Llnda Long 4. .,.. .... , L V Becky Martin rii i ' Pam Mathes ,,.., ,N X W U l . "' Linda ovnck "M rs Linda Parker Pam Pierson YK r ,Ji eg A iii . f' x if , 'K'- X , L4 Janice Pirkle Patty Potter Bobbi Ragatz 'X-2 Francine Rice Sue Scanlan " -'.- . . in ,,., . Pam Stribling M Sheila Tallon Beverly Vinson J ere Winter Susan Watson I8l En Ami En Ami Sorority officers this year are Barbara Williams. presidentg Pam Greener, vice-presidentg Jan Hart, secretary: and Katy Keisserer, treasurer. Miss Mary Ann Kinnebrew is the club sponsor, and Scotty Nicholson is club beau. En Ami, chartered in 1960, means "As a Friend." Its colors are green and white, and the flower is the gardenia. Among En Ami's outstanding members are Barbara Williams, Inter- Dorm Council, Ideas and Issues Committee: Pam Greener. Hospitality Committee Chairman, APO Sweetheartg Katy Keisserer and Jan Hart, Student Government. En Ami had the highest scholastic average for the third time in five years. Also, En Ami won first place in the Campus Canto sponsored by Citus Falco. Scotty Nicholson Beau Laura Banks Carol Bell Sheila Bell Barbara Berg Candy Carter Judy Franklin Pam Greener Jana Hamlett Jan Hart t .. , H . f Katy Heisserer I ' ,fs 1 K as-2 4' ean c pine :J ll J M A ' 4 . Judy McKoy . Ann Reagan I - Jeanetta Roberts Rebecca Reed Joan Smith Barbara Jean Williams Martha Wolfskill l82 Peggy Crawford President ,sa N. by 4. M .Cv '1".'l,f .hw 5 i N 1 I Zi 1 ' fs , . I vw ff E K K K af i ' '- "Ir Lv N Y' M , , l qv- ff , V1 QQX is 'NW "Sw 12,L.Tv v7-Q5 1 Jii GL' Nz,-ff L.. Sororities, Dorms Represented ff ff in Powder Puff, Intramural Football . 'f . lm., iggcf A defensive player stops a possible long run in inter- fraternity football. A participant in intramural football reaches for a pass. while another looks on in surprise. l Judy Langley pulls in a high pass. Janet Hardin, representing second floor, north, of Lipscomb Hall, heads for the goal line in a Powder Puff football game against the ICC team. l83 ve q,,,'hn-15 AH! I . 5 4 Y- ' X , ' 4 lc., Ms, ' ' , l t .. ff N we Q A ' xl ? Q: 9 C Sans Souci pledge Felixa Florence, left, was surprised bp her Souci sisters when they presented her with her b1d. Apple Mixer, Panhellenic Forum Sponsored by Inter-Club Council The first sorority function of the fall semester was the Apple Mixer held in mid-November. All girls interested in sororities were invited to attend the mixer and meet members of each of the seven clubs on campus. The sororities ac- quainted the prospective members with each group by dis- playing scrapbooks and trophies. Campus Canto, sponsored by Citus Falco Fraternity, was held in December. The Canto was a competition song festival for the sororities. En Ami placed first in the contestg Avolonte won second placeg and Sans Souci won third place. In February, ICC and Comso sponsored a Sorority and Fraternity Forum for the purpose of informing students about affiliation with national sororities and fraternities. ' '75 'ff':::' 4,9 'Q si F' :",?o iq S' 1 , C vp 1, f-Tfifvf Y W up .1 Ng' L x Prospective rushees get lf' 'H Y J.: .X 54,41 acquainted with members of Avolonte sorority at the Apple Mixer. Zongola Sorority entertains at the Campus Canto sponsored by Citus Falco. A , I . f ,81- . uf, A . Ls. 1 -f B ' f 0 Ns r fVf ICC Representatives responsible for coordinating the Panhellenic Forum are Barbara Williams, Julie Davies, Judy Sellers, Brenda Worsham, and Barbara Henson. Residence Halls Inter-Dorm Council The dormitory councils regulate activities in each of the dormitories on the Arlington State College campus. Members alternately serve on the Judiciary Council. The Inter-Dormi- tory Council is composed of council members from Lipscomb Hall, Lee House, Trinity Hall, Pachl Hall, and Davis Hall. This council sponsors such activities as intramural sports, dorm dances, and lireside chats. At Christmas, they con- tributed 700 pounds of gifts, packages, and cards, which were donated by dorm residents, to the soldiers in Viet Nam. Inter-Dorm Council OfHcers: Bill Bryson, Cotton, secretary, Mr. Jacobs, advisor. ,KW , ,3f'Y vice-president, Jim McClellan, president, Penny Inter-Dorm Council: Barbara Williams, Mike Warren, Sam Hunt, Jimmy Gaddis, Rusty Burris. Don Downing, Bobby Jones, Sandy Kerr, John Cornett, John Foreman. WW MO' 2 Wsawwmsw ,, ,AA Lipscomb Hall Lipscomb Hall, the only women's dorm on campus, houses approximately 300 girls in two wings. Oflicers of Lipscomb Dorm Council are Penny Cotton, president, Rusty Burris, vice-president, Kay Lewis, secretary, and Nina Sparks, treasurer. Pachl Hall, one of three men's dorms, was remodeled in 1963 into a more modern residence hall. Officers of the dorm council are Eddie Smallwood, president, Ernest Stone, vice- presidentg and Bill Knight, secretary-treasurer. Lee House is a privately-owned, off-campus dormitory for both men and women. Dorm council ofiicers are Harold Riddle, president, Mary Hough, secretary, and Sandy Kerr, treasurer. Linda Miller and Mary Murray are two of nearly 300 residents of Lipscomb Hall. Lipscomb Hall representatives to the Inter-Dorm Council are Barbara Williams, Lipscomb Council Secretary, Donnave Owen, Penny Cotton, Lipscomb Council Presidentg Rusty Burris, Lipscomb Council Vice-President and Susan Andries. Lee House lm 14" ' rf? ' 4, in , ,el ,, ,Qefff ,neg 5' 3 J Lee House Inter-Dorm Representatives: Gary Plante, J. D. Wade. Harold Riddle, Sandy Kerr. Pochl Hall wx. W W Y Q W , , Pachl Dorm Council: Eddie Smallwood, Bobby Jones, Don Downing, Ernest Stone fnot shownl ggi! 2? fig e W 1 W My '14 V X , y i , fi ,f gf f 1.50 -A A 1 1 i 1 ' W 'ia if y Trinity House Trinity House Officers: Carl Huguley, vice president, Jerry Bryan, president, and John Foreman, secretary-treasurer. Trinity House Council: ffront rowj Jimmy Smith, Morris Narunsky, Bill Bryson, Csecond rowj Mike Braswell, Wayne Lynn, Lee Young, John Cornettg fthird rowb Jimmy Gaddis, J. B. Miles, Charles Dobbs, Tommy Windham. 1 we . -V -f-- """ 'V l .-I A Davis Hall Council: Jim McClellan, presidentg Mike Warren, vice presidentg Jon Marquardt, secretaryg and Sam Hunt, treasurer Knot picturedJ. 1 .rffyw - - Y' aww , 4 f Q Q A 2 ? -Q, Davis Hall A :wr .1671 SQ I V. I 'Sl' RELIGIOUS CLUBS Baptist Student Union Around 65 students frequent the Baptist Student Union. These students are led by Reverend Dan Boling and Assistant Director Robert Cannon. The BSU, newly built this year, is equipped with a lounge, kitchen, and recreation center. It offers students fellowship, recreation, and noon meetings and vespers. Students are invited to attend the state convention, the leadership training conference, and the pre-school and mid-winter retreats. The Baptist Student Union has had several projects this year. Their biggest involved the raising of 951,000 for summer missions. The money was used to send students to missions around the world. Many students sacrificed their Friday nights to work with underprivileged children at missions in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The BSU also held a student- faculty breakfast, sponsored for the Baptist faculty members on campus. Open from eight a.m. until 10 p.m., the BSU is ever ready to help students with their problems or offer them fellowship and recreation. Besides the direction of Reverend Boling and Reverend Cannon, an Executive Council of 12 members is on hand to coordinate the group's activities. 5, fra Q' Wheat Students pause between classes to attend a weekly luncheon in the BSU. J - sg t , -ww 4 i ' nw f -wh gfiizf 'e'9i?-fs . 1, ' f.aag,r NFS. , gg' .w,twfwafi.f.f gf 'iff 5' I 4'-.if Aff, yin? M. y A V 53th ,i. 1- 5 3 .' f I V ..' .af 1. rf -, X V jg,-Z .-5, 'ff V. , J 'ii . V'.' ',,,,. , f " R if . 2 e ww. ITU CENTER . 5 , ls 1 16' -. - . , I lg, . A Ii -v.a.'3L""2'.1,- 5 ,, , .:,-4.23, Y vu s ,,"1r':f 361, ,-9? A, x 944.if"'H'x'.-345--f ' "' X' .fm 4A22'3"m' - Methodist Student Center The Methodist Student Center offers religious fellowship to Methodists on campus. Director is Reverend Ken Black- ford, and Reverend Bill Patteson is Associate Director. The center is run by a steering committee of eight members. Activities include a Friday noon luncheong a Tuesday evening lecture and dinner, cooked by the membersg discussion groups once or twice a weekg and two retreats a year. The Methodist Student Center also offers bridge lessons and study groups on literature and religion, an experiment in group dynamics. -sv , , . Q , Z X .., - x f , - x IQ f N f , - if a s X. gb 1 Rx l Xxx W X spital in Fort Worth speaks to students at a weekly luncheon. , . Rss f 1 A .3 my I N it Newman Club Catholic students at ASC find cultural, religious, and social opportunity at the Newman Club. Father Robert T. Littiken is Chaplain. Members attend bimonthly meetings, planned socials, and religious retreats. Some of the Newman Club's more outstanding meetings included a talk by Dean Robl on how to be a good student on campus and a discussion by Father Murphey on the hardships and joys he experienced as a missionary in Bolivia. The Newman Club also built a float for the Homecoming Parade. 'X . Left to right: Father Robert T. Litteken, chaplaing Robert Henning President Bob Clampitt Treasurer Penny Cotton, Secretaryg Susan Andries, Vice-Presidentg Burley Walker Sponsor Church of Christ Bible Chair The Church of Christ Bible Chair is directed by William Harper. This year the group held three retreats: two at the Christian Youth Center and another in Athens. The Bible Chair also built a homecoming float entitled "Ship of Fools." Another project was the collecting and selling of newspapers to raise money for religious books to donate to the library at the Bible Chair. They earned S360 in this endeavor. The Bible Chair offers students both daily devotionals and Mon- day night devotionals along with various social functions. . 5, yu Ny fy H... . - - -- -. ..a, , - J--f s. " ' P - -W.-- 4 1-r M. 'Te'-'1 - flff'-in A ff . -.-'W'H'4?QQ'1Hs,s?'f-awww ' E ' - - . W ' 1 f. f,v,g,u4 - ., A, ,V A H 1 .- . ,M . 'A ., ,Y--1 ,A Lv: Xu.. . f ' A ' " .f -. WN 9" Q. if ? V- "4n'fNxi1 ?3Tf.ir'3if3?w3i1l:sf.kXr"r..f'-TS in if ' l w Seated: Paul Phillips, assistant director, Harriet Miles, secretary, Dianita Welch, Mayrene Tucker, Andrea Everitt, 5 Janice Steelman, J anaan Ivie, Sue Eddleman, Gail Cole, Dorothy Gage. Second Row: Gary Northam, Dan Mitchell, William Harper, director, Woody Weimer, Jimmy Patterson, Bruce Nutt, Ricky Flatt, Robert Travis, John Black- 1 stone. Third Row: Teddy Tucker, Ken Black, Steve Gann, Ron McGregor, Don Snodgrass, Robert Otta, Tommy , Gentry, Phil McMillion, Don McPherson, Joe Compton. .. ,, Av.. -M .,.... . ....-.....,.,... . -, . , Canterbury Association The Episcopal Church provides a full time chaplain to the college with an office in the Cove, 307 W. First. Father George E. Luck teaches accredited courses in the Christian Religion, sponsors programs for the Canterbury Association, and is available for counseling. The Canterbury Association is made up of students who meet for weekly discussion groups and participate in various week-end conferences and social activi- ties. Programs for the Canterbury Association have included Van Nguyen from Viet Nam, who spoke on the customs of her countryg Father Dimitri, who discussed Eastern Ortho- doxyg and Father Blackwell, who gave a talk on marriage counseling. H Seated: Eleanor Batchelder, Patti Spann, Donna Sue Willis, Pat Brown, Van Nguyen Standing Mrs. Luck, Father Luck, Fat Emmons, Alan Plattner, Elaine Chaney. Standing fsecond rowl Doug Middleton, Alan Stemeck, B111 Hughes. N x ' 97 W S:-i ii 'Q 4227 sts' 1 . Christian Science Student Organization The Christian Science Student Organization is an active group on the ASC campus. It meets each week at 5:15 p.m. in the Williamsburg Room of the student center. Directed by Dr. R. D. Boyle and Wesley Flinn, the group participates in informative discussions of a wide variety. Special study ses- sions and speakers provide members with a broad expanse of programs. A yearly project of the Christian Scientists is to supply and distribute Christian Scientist literature. Club members place the literature in the student center lobby. 5 Mr. Wesley Flynn, Sponsor Bottom Row: Terry McCreary, Lynda Hunter, Mrs. Ruth Sparrow, Sponsor, Dian Mencke, Ronnie Shepherd. Sec ond Row: Dr. Robert Boyle, Suzanne Duckett, Sherry Coorpender, Tim Apgar, Lee Barlow, Lyle Martin Henry Thomas, Virginia Jett, Ronnie Darr, Charlotte Whitney, Mr. Wesley Flinn. l X AL. 5 '- ,bv -ev '+I ,U Xa Q I1 Y SPECIAL INTEREST f V 1 i W I' 5332 nf Circle K Club The Circle K Club is an international service organization with chapters throughout the United States and Canada. The club holds a regular meeting every Wednesday night. In Aug- ust the Arlington State Circle K Club hosted the convention held at the Statler Hilton in Dallas. Sophomore Larry Oliver was elected Lieutenant Governor for Region Eight of the Texas-Oklahoma region. Members served ASC this year by selling programs at the football games and handing out student surveys during regis- tration. They also helped students at the University of Dal- las to organize a Circle K Club. Officers for the service organi- zation are Ken Burman, president, Don Fite, vice-president, Terry McCreary, treasurer, and Morris Narunsky, secretary. WY' Eddie Warren, Sponsor Eddie Warren, Larry Candy, Donald Fite, Marion Hicks, Doke Kiblinger, Kenneth Burman, Paul Strong Larry Oliver, Bill Freeman, Sam Buzbee, Morris Narunsky, and Terry McCreary. ,E-Til f if ZW iran, gg .A 11 il in WRMTVI14 , 4 1 X .4 - .g Q' if 'E M Vaqueros Every other Thursday a saddle is hung in the large tree in front of the student center. Vaqueros, the western club on campus, uses this unique method to signal their Friday meet- in ing. With a membership of 40, the Vaqueros strive to pro- mote activities along a western line. Roaring Rebel, II, the cannon shot at all football games and special activities is owned by the Vaqueros. The cannon is a two-thirds scale model of a Civil War cannon. Vaqueros acted as sheriffs for Courtesy Day and held a match rodeo with East Texas State College. Each year they sponsor the Western Day games and Rodeo. Bucking barrel, sack race, barrel roping, tricycle race, egg tossing, cigar smoking, tug-of-war, fast gun, and whip popping were this year's Western Day events. The rodeo, held at the Kow Bell Arena, in Mansfield, featured the girl's calf scramble and boy's steer-leading events. Officers for Vaqueros are Jerry Hatfield, president, Bobby Lewis, first vice-president, Betty Wyatt, secretary, Sharon Lewis, treasurer, and Gloria Camp- bell, corresponding secretary. Others are Phyllis Deardorff, off-campus publicity g Carolyn Pace, on-campus publicity, and Jimmy Greer, seargent-at-arms. William D. Turner of the mathematics department sponsors the club, aided by the Board of Directors, Don Coker, Tom Wilson, and Dave Free- man. " Sweetheart, Peggy Sellmeyer Bottom Row: Henry Thomas, Roger Starnes, Thomas Wilson, Bill Friedman Jim McLean, and Nick Holland Second Row. Parker Hoover, Kay Andrews, Sharon Lewis Carolyn Pace, Jerry Hatfield Betty Wyatt, Sandee Howard d , , , an Susan Dean. Third Row: Frank Pace, Earl Landry, James Guenzel, Don Coker, Steve Colwell, Peggy Sellmeyer, Jimmy Greer, Bill B d D ' ' ' ran on, ennis Hunt, Tyler Oster, Wm. D. Turnei, and Bobby Lewis. fl W N L F vmvfnff Vaqueros members watch Courtesy Day activities. OFFICERS: Seated: Carolyn Pace, Jerry Hatfield, and Betty Wyatt. Standing: Tom Wilson Don Coker, Jimmy Greer, Bill Friedman, Bobby Lewis, and Sharon Lewis. Q K 5 'Q S K ff faiyf X ' 9 ' Bottom Row: John Joner, Rod Wells, Glen Taylor, Pam Greener, Allen Graham, Gardner Chambliss, Bob Leicht. Second Row: Harry Meissner, Ken Sargent, Charles Harrell, Donald Benton, William Irving, Larry .Wygaut, Roger Hoppe, Ben Pilcher. Third Row: John Cochran, Stephen Findley, John Yantis, Ed Thompson, David Brown, Gary Coplin, Nick Loesch, Randy Evans, Donald Majka. Alpha Phi Omega Alpha Phi Omega is a national service organization which offers membership to men with a background in scouting. It is the largest service fraternity of national status. A Phi O meets every Thursday in the student center to plan its many service projects. The service-oriented group is sponsored by Ben Pilcher of the Biology Department and aided by Dr. Cash, professor of Electrical Engineering, and Mr. Preiss, Director of Admissions. Serving Arlington State in many ways, A Phi O works with the Rebel Rousers, runs the polling places in student elec- tions, helps with Casino Night, and takes care of all lost-and- found pickups on campus, auctioning them at the end of the year. The inter-club communication boxes used by the Com- munication Committee is a product of this fraternity's labor. Another APO subject is the outside ramps used by handi- capped students on campus. Alpha Phi Omega also utilized campus talent in a show for mentally retarded children at Denton and built Luminero lights to decorate the campus for the Snowball. The Beauty-and-the-Beast Contest is another APO-sponsored project. Oflicers are Ken Sargent, president, Dale Miller, first vice-presidentg Glen Taylor, second vice- president, Ronny Russell, recording secretary, Roger Hoppe, corresponding secretary, Donald Majka, treasurerg and John Yantis, historian. A Phi O sweetheart, Pam Greener, repairs an election sign. Q YS Jack Ablon, A Phi O pledge, appeared as "Raggy the Clown" in the frater- nity-sponsored Easter party for children at the Denton State School. Gardner Chambliss, Ken Sargent. Beast-Larry Worley, Beauty - Ginger Fulenwider, Stephen Findley, and .r..21:. .2.. vlll ww 1 S 1-. 441 5,4- gw? is - "-' i , ,rf 4 f 1 F ' K 1 'P f 211,11 1--f V Flying club members ready the plane and board it for their trip to Austin. X, lf mw' N , -nl. -- -Q. ""--Q., MQ-V - M' Rebel Flying Club Begun To Provide Flying Facilities Born this semester, the Rebel Flying Club was patterned after the highly successful Longhorn Flying Club at the Uni- versity of Texas. The club was organized for the purpose of providing safe and efficient flying facilities for students and faculty who wish to fly for pleasure, obtain high ratings, or merely learn to Hy. Dr. Jack E. Fairchild is the faculty spon- sor of the two-part club. The actual flying club handles or- ganizational and membership details, while the second part is a non-profit organization operated under Texas state laws for corporations. It is governed by four elected officers who double as a board of directors for the corporation, and all board actions must be approved by the faculty sponsor and club members. The Rebel Flying Club, based at Arlington's new Municipal Airport, operates only new aircraft for use by its members. The club hopes to maintain a ratio of 20 members to one plane to assure members of a reasonable availability of air- craft as well as to assure the club of sufficient utilization to operate economically. The Rebel Flying Club elected Jay Jackson presidentg Bill Worthington, vice-presidentg Don Snodgrass, secretaryg and Jerry Bramlett, treasurer. Of the 25 charter members, four are ASC faculty members. Profes- sor Don Cantwell, of the business and economics school, is assisting the club in preparing the legal papers and forms for incorporation into the non-profit group. Q 'r .W I I .f Wiswuvf Prior to take-off, Dean Robl discusses the trip with the airport manager. Larry Johnson and his co-pilot prepare for take-off. Ferrell Forehand, second from right, gets signatures for Schlientz. FM Radio Referendum In the spring elections ASC students voted overwhelmingly in favor of the referendum for an FM radio on campus. Student approval of the bill was all that was needed to sub- mit the proposal to the administration. The FM Radio refer- endum was the result of three months of figuring, discussing, and debating on the part of several interested radio operators. Farrell Forehand, a sophomore speech major, was the main instigator of the idea. He received a great deal of encourage- ment from Student Government officers Jim Justice, Pierce Chandler, and Steve Evans. Joe Goodwin, Radio-T.V. in- structor, helped with the technical information, along with the TCU Radio Department. Farrell's figures set the cost of the FM Radio system at 312,072.09 This budget includes the cost of installation, lawyer's fees, record budget, licensing fees, and all equipment. If the bill is approved, FM radio music will be played throughout the student center, in all offices, and in the dorms. Operators will be selected on a voluntary basis, using speech majors or students who want to announce. From six to ten announcers will be chosen on their ability as demonstrated in their audition. the petition from Verna Harris, Bobby Bowen, and Len ,f.. fa ,ff if, Q fl X if 5 "ff lg fl ' E if I Tm 01 915- Xa i 'W.d"'f"'f W l'Il llr ru.. .s N2 I Amateur Radio Club Provides Outlet for Study of Electronics Many students licensed by the Federal Communications Commission have found expression for their hobby as mem- bers of the ASC Amateur Radio Club. Around 25 members meet weekly in the Art Building to operate their ham radios. Tom Bullington heads this group in its study of electronics in applied communications. The Amateur Radio Club works in conjunction with other colleges to maintain a traflic network that could prove indis- pensible in the event of a commercial communications break- down. The University of Texas, Rice University, the Univers- ity of Houston, Abilene Christian College, Texas Tech, and the ASC Club could be instantly connected with each other by means of the amateur network, This year has been the most successful for the club in terms of reaching other sta- tions and relaying messages. The radio club meeting room in the Art Building is equipped with equipment for beginning operators as well as more complicated radio transmitters and receivers that would be used in the emergency network. Joe C. Spradlin, Associate professor in the Electrical Engineering Department, is sponsor of the club. The Amateur Radio Club is also aided by Robert H. Lundy, who serves as station trustee. Members of the Amateur Radio Club have access to modern transmit- ting and receiving equipment at ASC. 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' ' S 4.1 .4 nib 1 fc.. Kicidl 1':..-f4x""""q'...n.Sf'4L.l.!L:' 10-'fnfmif "f' .'x.?inA 2. 99+"g !.gx...: , .f'-..x1.'39i.K'i3 '.-f' PERS CNA Ll TIES BEAUTIES Poise and Personality Quality Entries for Reveille Beauties A smile, poise, a pretty face and a sparkling personality are a few of the qualities that make a Reveille Beauty. She is judged on hair styl-e, use of make-up, figure, and facial features. The judges also look for good posture, fashionable clothing, and photogenicity. During the contest this year, each contestant was asked a question and had to give a spontaneous answer, During this event, the judges rated the 26 contestants on voice and the appropriateness of her answer. The contest, sponsored by the Reveille, was held on Octo- ber 25 in the new theater. The contestants made two appear- ances before the judges, first wearing suits and then wearing after-five dresses. The judges who picked the eight Reueille Beauties were Rudy Galvan, of Marcel's Studiosg Sherry Gardner, of the American Airlines Stewardess Collegeg and Les Strother, of Texas Metro Magazine. Primping before going on stage is part of the Reveillle Beauty Contest. Karen Garner appears before the judges Jan Bayless answers a question in the final part of the contest. -4 pn"N af! Brenda Worsham Pre-Law Club Ng-J, VUVWN' 'JN W1 A ig 1 I was 3 1 r 1 LQ 5.....:.,....-.-N.,... :A A-1 we-Y' 'D 'if X fe Aix 1 f ' 5 FN 45 X .0 Q . www., w 3 ,HK xxim ls 'Y' 1' gf W, 'ww-nn-m....., ...... .--.......,-W...-.....4.............. M Bobbi Ragafz Independent KX Q10 .th .th wx GK I 155, Francine Rice Independent QF' Jwwwu. 'ZQQ Sharon Terrill Sans Souci Jan Bayless Pi Sigma Epsilon Barbara Warren Independent ,Q-'if' fn Sherry Hovend Tri-Ki ff' dt fl jffmx, .X ,Q l'?S 12 'Q i S. Q 3, 1 i 2' A 1 . b-g-:ii Q -"' Evelyn Seiberf Pi Sigma Epsilon ..--,-wwf' T' jiiqgf -nfl' ,. 1, :B s I f: ag. Sw' . 3 J. -Q 835 KSQ vires-E :ai f K A -amlfwfx r lm' 8 , - M N if W 1 ,W . y, W I 5-sq, 4 Royalty on Campus Spotlighted By Fall Homecoming Activity Each year ASC elects a special group of students to represent the campus. These students have become tradition- ally known as the "Royalty" of Arlington State. Elected in the spring of the preceding year with the cheerleaders and Student Government members, Miss ASC reigns as official hostess for all on-campus events. She receives all visitors to the campus and takes part in the welcoming of students each fall. Johnny Reb is another campus official chosen in the spring elections. As the escort of Miss ASC, he, too, receives visitors. Dressed in his Rebel uniform, he appears at each football game brandishing the official Rebel flag. He also heads the activities during Old South Week. Chosen in the fall, Miss Dixie Belle is elected by the student body along with the favorites and the Freshman Class officers. The four girls with the most votes are made Miss Dixie Belle finalists and presented at the Homecoming game. The Winner of this honor is announced and crowned during the half-time exercises of the Homecoming game. Another member of the Royalty is ASC's Best Dressed Coed. She is chosen in a spring contest co-sponsored by The Reveille and Glamour Magazine. Each contestant makes three wardrobe changes: on-campus wear, off-campus wear, and after-five wear. The winner is chosen on the basis of her wardrobe. 'WSG' ' -'Ellis -ff ' . , . , ,- 1 ffgi, ' ' A w ZEWE' aff, 3.3 5, W' .. , zy. ,,c ez if K, 2 . .f Q Q 'xg , ' f nm as 1 Mt f fs J f f. s . 'V .,,' ,.,f,-N 1 lgfqf, ., - Avy cpe , , A ,. , , M .,,,.,W,. . .W , , f. .mf ms gm .1 i 1 Amid tears and smiles, Bobbi Ragatz is crowned Miss Dixie Belle for 1965-66. The Rebel flag, carried by Scotty Nicholson, aids Becky Cowley and Sandy Barnes in boosting school spirit. 'Nw- N , , -. 223 f- . : Q .ff fi f ,Q " f J- 3 xr .- V is . .1 . J. AW. A . ,., Q - M, , . - sy? . i Jackie Moe Welcomes Visitors As 1965-66 Campus Hostess Jackie Moe, a junior psychology major from Dallas, was chosen in the spring election to represent the college as Miss ASC. Her position is symbolic of the dignity and prestige of Arlington State. Miss ASC, ofiicial hostess for all visitors to the campus, makes her first appearance when she gives a speech welcom- ing freshmen to the school. She is also presented as a part of the annual homecoming festivities. She precedes the floats in the parade and is presented at the Old South Ball. Jackie Moe is Personnel Director of the Student Activities Board, a committee in charge of providing social and cultural activities for the students. She is a member of the council of leadership advancement, the advisory committee on student government reorganization, and chairman of the fine arts committee. She is also a member of Sans Souci. As a sophomore, she was a Reueille Beauty and Sweet- heart of Trinity Dorm. In her freshman year, she was Sweet- heart of Phi Sigma Epsilon. - .- A eerr 2 itrf' f f i f , . t -'-"t new f 5 5 f t 2 5 2 5 W ! .,. nz Q! if za 5 f J I , gs. .,.,, ,-- l' 'f.3- Q.. " .,. ' . "'x-.-.chi ' mf 1 . .. gg f Aw- , 4:- ,,i .QM ' if 4 Q F M V, A , A , , . V Q? ,f ,J W N af ,MPM N-7 W "Qfl,,5w X, if ' f ,f ' ',,,' 4 il 1,5 I w ,. ., , rem, A if , 9 . Y. ' in , f F. ,U M P34 ,f if ,ll fini 'M Scotty welcomes Freshmen in a school assembly in the fall. Johnny Reb Contributes to AS C -tj, Through Spirit, Activities, Clubs' at I N5 Scotty Nicholson, ASC's Johnny Reb, is a busy man on campus A senior business major, Scotty is president of Pi Sigma Epsilon the business club. During the fall semester he served as chairmai of the Communications Committee for Pi Sigma Epsilon. As beai of En Ami Sorority, Scotty attends the Apple Mixer, the forma and informal teas, and many of the sorority's meetings and dinners He also serves as a counselor at Lee House and is active in intra mural sports. Johnny Reb is the symbol of ASC's Rebel spirit. Scotty carrie out this spirit in both his extra-curricular activities and in hi duties as Johnny Reb. Acting as the mascot for all Rebel footbal games, Scotty rides horseback onto the field before each game an. during the half. It is Scotty's duty as Johnny Reb to act a official escort for Miss ASC. He is also the unofficial host fo Arlington State, entertaining celebrities and visitors to the campus When Charlie and Harrigan from KLIF Radio Station came t ASC for Courtesy Day, Scotty was there to host the occasion. H and Bobbi Ragatz, Miss Dixie Belle, greeted the two disc jocki and rode with them in their helicopter. 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J , . -1 nf en. ., '-Egg--...X .Q 5: WN1 P 1 Y . ' 11- 7--N., ' "Miva 5 M- .. , ffm- ..,.,, 'Q':.A+ 3 K . W ' -0 ar-..,,, ' P. , - 'T:.QQ'1a 3' "pd wry ,. ..., 5 -" .g.,,M' f'-.. M "iw ' I 'lf VIN, X -TAN' -YQNQR V ' -wb... J.. 1 "1 '- . "" N3L,,.,-x ' .- , 1" A 4, ' "W-,-, - ' ' ' 'M' dv 1 . A 'f It A ffm' '-. Yi" 5'-ml, 8 NS' ' :'f:+':" . ' SAfff'vQf ' ,, ' 1 . , ' K. ' " L Q My mg' vw-fT,.' ', Two-wif ' N. ., ,L U-, .SK . ,MW , , -.wa rn saw. ' wil ., .L Knit: .,, .mn Bobbi Ragafz Named in Halftime Crowning of Homecoming Queen Bobbi Ragatz is the 1965-66 Miss Dixie Belle. She was elected in the fall by the ASC student body. Comparable to a Homecoming Queen, Miss Dixie Belle is crowned during the halftime exercises of the Homecoming Game. She is selected from five finalists and revealed the night of the game. As Miss Dixie Belle, Bobbi became an ofhcial hostess for campus functions. She and Scotty Nicholson received Charlie and Harrigan for the Courtesy Day festivities. The Miss Dixie Belle title was just another honor added to Bobbi's sizeable collection. A member of Les Choisies so- rority. she was chosen Best Pledge in the spring of 1965. The Laceys also elected Bobbi Pledge Master for 1965-66. In addition, she was one of the eight Reueille Beauties. Other title for Bobbi include B Company Sweetheart 119669, D Company Sweetheart 119655, and Deputy Corps Sweetheart 619651. Serving on the Student Activities Board in the fall semester of her freshman year, she also made the Honor Roll. In addition to these activities, Bobbi dedicated her left-over energy to the Rebel Rousers. After being crowned Home- coming Queen, Bobbi is es- corted from the field by Scotty Nicholson, Johnny Reb. Kenny Vaughn, co-captain of the Rebel football team, pre- sents Bobbi with the tradition- al bouquet of mums. Best-Dressed Coed Title Goes To Evelyn Seibert from Dallas Evelyn Seibert, added the title of "Best-Dressed Coed" to a long list of honors, which includes the title of Miss Dallas for 1965-66, Reueille beauty, and Miss Dixie Belle finalist in fall elections. She also won the honor of representing ASC in Glamour Magazines national competition to select the 10 best-dressed Coeds in U. S. colleges and universities. Winners of the national competition received a round trip to New York City and a two-week expenses-paid stay there. Miss Seibert, a sophomore music major from Arlington, is also active in Zongola social club, the concert choir, and the Holiday Singers. She lists singing as her main personal interest or hobby. The five finalists included - besides Miss Seibert - Mary Zane Gayler, Karen Pollard, Sharon Terrill, and Brenda Worsham. In the finals, the entrants wore a campus outfit, an off-campus outfit, and a party or after-five dress. Judges for the contest were Steve Evans, student govern- ment presidentg Donna Christopher, instructor of Englishg and Ken Whitt, Public Information director for ASC. W7 -Q-R., fs x fr' Fw Q11 "' v ,X N 'v X Wye fs s. , W, 'N ,fire F ? in O Q Q. Ya' l' 'We x 3,1 D H I he I ? 'E Q b 9 Y 4? w 'B lv It ww' 3 wa. -wa: .WA -.x P x '4 . Q 6 U. it ,W 531.5 A Y, , I 1 X lx Q t ,. W , X 'fy , Q Q 1 N .qw - A K .,. 8 S Q 55 . , , Q 15 W G lx V M, 5 XR ,T ' - I-Q J' , MM R wg ' . V 3 .W S a I K f x .Q '," - ,x' ..,, s g". W as Q S A .. H " M , f "', S' 4 wa Q Siu fi O 4 n , rf 1 3 as ., x W A A W - -f as . 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' ff- -- . , 'hid l I ,Qu l .gg 'Fl xii we . 3 1 P Q., , . , .f Q Q. 'Ky ' Left: William Gerald Lowe, Industrial Engi- neering. Above: Charles Lauderdale, Military Science. Below: Kelly Senter, Civil Engineer- ingg Joseph King, Architecture. Bottom: Jay Jackson, Aeronautical Engineeringg Mike Mil- ler, Electrical Engineering. Not pictured: Larry Hariston, Mechanical Engineering. 1 i'-iq .. .... ,h,. ' iX"Tr K 3 2' '--,...----,- 3. . XX - 1: as 3. 5' 9.3 .9 H- FN TID L Q. ,. an Q,-""j"1 i-,,,,,,.. I' Above: Peggy Sue Norman, Russiang Joanne Peteet, Spanish. Below: Robert Daubert, Chemistryg Susan Thompson, French. Bot- tom: Marion L. Scott, Physicsg Robert Gar- rett. Biologyg Jutta Irene Van Selm, German. Not pictured: Richard Martin, Geology. xx, ff? HI ' i. Y 1 I is lu., j W 'EE .iff 4' ri . . , -.ff f f -J ' ' 9 I 4 ' i .3 Q'-A ' 1 - if 'G-, lg-S: ' 'SSLY ' --ff W-H R' 3 A- X i:': - , afiii-W' f 'swim 1.-:ff X HE: x Y -- is-' i .In lg A 414' 5 1 42 N X X' fill ,, Am. Who's Who 'QF' L.. vfw, 1' up 1 Y, , A gk:-, W M x X as 4' Q x ,Q-flgl-'55 ,Q:65f?,gl9ff4 'fix' f '1::L":3j,:E:': Lf1:ff.'.0. w e f s , lid, - 4 f is 'X 0. ., .. .. . - -.,.,,,:,, ,. ,. ,Q X M mx ...1 lv , ,J .tg-1 ' 4 MN! X "7lf"',f':? AKA '- I llfil. 115,51 rl. lllll flV,ll,I I , f Ill 'HJII . I L3 ffl., 1 r-4 an I 'E Top: Robert Dooley, Mathg Mary Alice Andrews, Secretarial Adminis- tration. Above: David Newell, Busi- ness Administrationg Ronald Weddell, Economics. Left: Lynn Thomas, Ac- counting. P -'Y'-9g,L,+:.qf.LQ!219.5 o r-'P1cm1. SCHOOL T G ch... th gg:,r3R+1...NU-ul' 0 on 1. 3 Yau favor. ,,.,.-vnxhfg Q, X be an ima. J N .lib ob Muay: ae gm se 5 4 ' qw 'ke p 9xV'nsG ' X O K otfe...... of Ax 0 M A -Skhslig-llggze 'Q Call N O ' 7' Q19 sczi In lo 4:9 YALL Exicuoss was 437' OOC g 6 ovvxcuu- gcvkoox, enum '21 QQ? check 6 boys for F.W09-YYE. mean 6 gina tor YNYCRXTS 1. with mon 1. Sandy B-Sf-'MS . Daniel Boone. 2. Suzanne 89139 .70 Co ' 55-. . 5- 0 3. 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Q AJ. l' . h 1 vf Football . S W S S Basketball ,..a aaal Track , Minor Sports Intramurals A. or S at SPORTS 244 258 266 270 280 K , Q,-my x,j-,Lx A . X 'kiwi 'fx 2 Q iii sf. fmevc vw NW M. ' '.1.,. ,W Q a, X ,jg . x. +. ,. M .1,,p- W .xba , - . fi fbi, fb 2,4 "'ig::,, , . iff -- is 1'-. Wt. x ,Q '- e 1 J- ' 'X , ,EL 'P A U '4- 'N 4 :Q A ., ,. 8' V ' ,. X Q Xu A V., X: , Q , , , 3.5 A 2 a X .? X f X X X S K ii sg Wm :Qi j' Q ages- Rafi 'ir '25 'Q ig. N 1 F3 S wf fue, 2 Mi ,ig 'NWA E1 1 ,Q , xx. v x fl X -X . ' Sri N3 Q. X ,I q.. - Q wx . Nm X Q U? 4 The 1965 Football Team A 9 Q i 2 rl' q ' -- ' ,QS wwe? M Q We ' it -225-T3 696561419 .33 it 73 Front row Roy Partridge Joe O Brien Tom Hendrix Bubba Garner Jack Miller, Pete Estrada, Dub Galbraith, Deno Nichols David Farrow Jimmie Brooks Kenneth Bowman Keith Luft, Ronny Young. Second row: Carl Williams, Jim Brady Richard Willis John Osborne Bernie Stewart Kenneth Ozee Jesse Carpenter, Joe Hendrix, Kenneth Terry Jerry Stephens Melvin Witt Mike Baylor Bobby Utley Mike Farhat Richard Norwood, Bob Maloney, Gary Page Third row Robert W1lbanks Steve Jackson Tony Estrada Raymond Matthews, Billy Stewart, Faust Parker, John ny Stanton Kenneth Vaughn Ray Kalmlch Bob Diem Mike Barnes Ronnie Callaway, James Davis, Kenneth La In 1965, ASC produced a surprising team. A 52-yard field goal by Faust Parker amazed everyone and captured the conferenc-e record. A 9-0 loss to Trinity University disappointed many people with visions of an invincible team. In the next game, Arlington State set a new record for total points scored by defeat- ing McMurry College 41-16. The Winning sea- son and the 6-3 record was not siuprising but the games won and lost were, After losses to Trinity University and Abilene Christian Col- lege, ASC was chosen for the bottom of the Southland Conference. Then the Rebels de- feated the number two team in the con- ference, Arkansas State College, and finally the conference champion, Lamar Tech. SEASON RECORD ASC Opp. 10 New Mexico State . . ...27 25 Texas ASLI... .. . 7 20 East Texas State . ...... 6 0 Trinity University . , 9 41 McMurry Jr, College 16 27 Arizona State College 6 12 Abilene Christian 14 27 Arkansas State 12 31 Lamar Tech 21 193 Total Points 118 245 Chena Giistrop Resigns as Head Coach to Be Athletic Director After 13 years as head coach at Arlington State, Professor Claude R. "Chena', Gilstrap resigned to become head of the department of physical education and intercollegiate athletics at ASC. Behind Chena Gilstrap is a record of 85 Wins, 40 losses and 3 ties at ASC. In 1956 and 1957 he was named Junior College Coach of the Year. In those two years Arling- ton State won the Junior Rose Bowl and the 1957 team was the No. 1 junior college team nationally with a 12 Win and no loss record. In 1961 Gilstrap was voted District 7 Small College Coach of the Year by members of the American Foot- ball Association, In 1965, he was named Coach of the Year by the members of the Southland Conference. Gilstrap's decision to resign was announced November 3 at a televised press conference attended by Tom Vandergriff, Mayor of Arlingtong John D. Boon, ASC professor of Geology and president of the Southland Conferenceg and Ben Cook, assistant to the president at ASC. Mayor Vandergriff, who announces ASC football games, said, "We in Arlington don't think of Chena just as a coach, but as a grand ambassador for Arlington. He has been named Citizen of the Year and president of the YMCA." In 1965 Chena Gilstrap left at the end of a Winning season with a 6-3 record and a team losing only nine seniors. N.. 5 A- it-If 1 P New Mexico State Gets Rebels Started on Wrong Foot, 27-10 Arlington State's Rebels opened the season with a home A , stand against a powerful New Mexico State Aggie team, and ASC NMSU after a fine effort dropped to the Aggies, 27-10. 13 First downs 17 But Arlington found reason to cheer even in losing as , freshman quarterback Carl Williams, starting for the Rebels 115 Yards rushmg 180 before he had attended his first college class, led an offensive 155 Y d L ' 117 show which kept the Arlington State fans in the stadium until ar S passmg the final Sgggnd. 11 of PEISSGS 7 of 26 Trailing by only ten points in the middle of the final - . quarter, Williams kept the game in doubt until New Mexico 6 315 Puntmg 730-1 State returned an intercepted pass 48 yards for the deciding touchdown. Three lost fumbles and three pass thefts proved to be the difference in this contest, but a passing attack that netted 156 yards plus a rugged defensive showing prophesized the return of winning ways for the Rebel gridders. Carl Williams gains yardage around the end with help from Deno Nichols. Mike Baylor Carl Williams Faust Parker Melvin Witt Q7 M I . .P C 1- ' Y r f r i I 7 fl, J . gig 247 Helmet smashing tackle brings down the A8zI halfback. ASC Achieves First Win, 25-7 Over Favored Texas A 8. I Hogs Arlington State drove its season record to 1-1 by bombing favored Texas A8zI, 25-7. The passing and running of Carl Williams again provided the offensive punch for the Rebels, but this time he received help in the form of broken-field running by Junior Pete Estrada. The defense also played an exciting game, picking off five of heralded AM quarterback Randy J ohnson's passes. A8aI scored first, thanks to an ASC fumble on their own twelve yard line. But Arlington State came back in the second quarter with a 46 yard touchdown pass from Carl Williams to Raymond Matthews. Faust Parker added a 32 yard field goal later to give the Rebels a 9-7 halftime advantage, Williams scored twice more and Parker added another 32 yard field goal in the second half to stretch the final score. Leading the offensive show was Williams with 198 yards in total offense, Linebacker Roy Partridge, and halfbacks Mike Barnes and Kenneth Vaughn led the defensive show. Kenneth Vaughn stops a Javalina Kenneth Bowman Ronny Young Bernie Stewart Dub Gailbraith f W' in V V v ,, xx -: 'a E3 i ,- 4 4 fi X , N ,- 1' ,Ay L . . . J ' ,Q . f 31 k A ' 'Q , I if x X X , x , 'sg UN' f Q X ' ,, 1 n xg, g , ,, ,. . ,- an df? if ff Hr .ff ,fppvu . F.1!,5'1,,r'Id V vliliaui '!ii'!gIx'If,l ,f ' -, " f' :Us .Ii-'E 5551 H"gffQgF,,d'f,afi-gi' -9' ' W - H Er In ill' zvvhy' 5 . 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Another 10 yard run by Carl Williams in the third quarter and a one yard plunge by freshman fullback Sammy McNeill with both extra points by Faust Parker gave the Rebels their score. Defensively, Ken Ozee stopped many ETSU passes before they started and Roy Partridge intercepted one thrown by Lion quarterback Curtis Guy. Carl Williams cuts through. Rusty Russell left at 6:30 A.M. for the game. Pete Estrada goes through the middle. ? s Richard Willis John Osborne Jerry Stephens Kenneth Terry ' .. ... . rf' F5 9' li' Wi. it T , . f 'F' 3 . ' ' 1' .K ..i. Iy ' f i W, f . t x Q 1 X . , p . I, qxlv ,. g , A P- ' I . . ,,,V.. we E I ., .. -,.. ...,,., - 1, , Q R W W ll Q "i' 1 2 -M " f "' N E L. If ff N if I . 1, R lg I A , - M . Xv P! f. , l A ' ' ' ff --11?-.:::1zz:'.:,..-wi'-f-PEZQQ' ,K X iidfi E S J fr ai., 1 .W "' 'D fx , ,,.-,Wf-w-f:ffm::':w.- X - -.W-, ,."'!'..'.A'3-' ft K V A, I .. ,A . ,iv V ,, I E 'ff7.2:-11:-:rf gs- , aff .1 ,H .34 nf I' if ,V .L Q f 1 I 4 V A L... 41... 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In spite of these great efforts, ASC failed to score because of numerous fumbles and pass interceptions. Trinity first scored with a 48 yard field goal by Gene Upshaw which gave him the conference record for a few weeks, On a third and nine situation at the Trinity 19, Quarter- back Les Obie threw to end Truman Franks who was quickly tackled by Rebel defenders. But. a Tiger halfback was close by to receive a pitchout and run the remaining 60 yards for a touchdown, defeating the Rebels 9-O. Junior end Ronny Young gains yardage after a pass received from quarterback Carl Williams in the second half Tom Hendrix Pete Estrada Johnny Stanton Robert Wlllbanks 'ff .f ' A 4 Jw it I f - " , . Q1 N X I J P-wx . X J We J f f ,4 xc' I X , 1 l , .v 1 , Y f' X I 1 l , eisif H' 'W 'K ' 'iff' . .. -.....-.- 'lf'- .I xp? ' I V K .. . 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Faust Park-er claimed the Southland Conference field goal distance record with a 52 yard boot, and he became the Rebel's leading scorer for the season with a 24 point total. The first Rebel score came on a 24 yard pass from Williams to Ronny Young for a touchdown, Keith Luft scored the second touchdown from the one yard line. The next tally came from a three yard run by Ken Bowman. Faust Parker then kicked field goals from 52 and 42 yards away, Mike Baylor then passed to James Davis for another TD and Parker kicked the final point. W fri H-. X in 'iii 'lf --nam. ,gum in-y.-5,1 f-,,',a Q . ff A 5. 4-..9,,,' 1 .,,v 5- ww,-uaq.-k,.,, ru- "I, -ivy-.. I, of ' ' , A' pw, df.. 5 , , ,, 1.9-v 1 , .. :..",., , -, ..1,dp. t 1-, as. 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W-, ' -v - .A 1, 5 E -555 ' a a Sf - M aififii '- yin-1'-' fi 3,1-.':.m,', 'fl-' f' -2" Rebs Regroup for Third Win As ASC Wins Homecoming Game Arlington State's Rebels swept to their first Southland Conference Victory by swamping Arkansas State 27-12 in Jonesboro. Freshmen Keith Luft and Mike Baylor, starting his first game as a Rebel, led the attack, Luft scored three touchdowns and Baylor completed 12 of 27 passes for 152 yards. Kicking specialist Faust Parker added field goals of 43 and 25 yards plus three extra points to account for the rest of the ASC score. Miscues cost the Rebels in the first half, but Arlington State's rugged defense, headed by tackle Kenneth Ozee and linebacker Steve Jackson, staved off the Arkansas offense and left the Rebels with an advantage at the half. Then the Rebels came back in the second half to assure their victory. ASC's defense sparkled as they held the Lum- berjacks to 215 yards, while the offense rolled up a total of 310 yards against a defense which had previously allowed an average of only 200 yards per game. Strong Defensive Stand by ASC Holds Arizona State to Six Points A record crowd of 9,000 watched the Rebels defeat Arizona State 27-6 at Homecoming. Carl Williams, Keith Luft and Ken Bowman covered 76 yards in 11 plays for the first touchdown of the game, A fumble gave the Axers the ball on Arlington State's 18 yard line. This field position allowed Arizona its only score. Williams ran the second Rebel touch- down over and passed to Jack Miller for a third touchdown with only 24 seconds left in the first half. At the halftime activities, Bobbie Ragatz was presented as Homecoming Queen, Miss Dixie Belle. The second play of the third quarter sidelined Carl Wil- liams with a shoulder injury first reported as a broken collar- bone. Later it was decided that the injury was less serious. Mike Baylor, another outstanding freshman quarterback, took over and showed a passing attack comparable to that of Williams. Sometimes not as quick as Williams, Baylor demonstrated accuracy by hitting seven of ten passes. He passed 5 yards to Joe O'Brien for another touchdown and Faust Parker kicked his third extra point for the evening. Carl Williams goes through for a TD. QA K. 7 'V I P xx f 2 - -.S M' .ff KX Q 1 f . .fix 7 - . K . . w , are L s . f s .5 . ,, 4, 7 2 7, I ,F viig ',,,Zjm .y fi, . ' f T762 7. a . Y -- 105-'IfS'."i?Q+f?"'i-54 was A few ffff ff - v - 'N .fs f., 4- 'QQ ,W ..5 , sw 'r:,..,j' -Q, -eewfgq' '. 5 43.53 g 1 7 , . ,Q if X Raymond Matthews gains more yardage. Steve Jackson Bob Diem Raymond Matthews Mike Barnes V' - , ., if - f 1 . i ffl ""' t A H iiii . M . , 1 x 7 -V , -vga -21. ll. ' f .. f if. s ' A ' ' ,V V Av K X pf xx 1 Qi "TQ: lu Q wavgfgn ,.c.,.,Q,M , X 1 xx if ix X - ' 1. ' . xi. is NK? 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With less than one minute left, Mike Baylor again drove down to the 20 only to have a would-be touchdown pass inter- cepted. In his first start, freshman Mike Baylor laid claim to three single game records by throwing 48 times, completing 20, and amassing 198 yards through the air. The old marks were all held by Carl Williams. Raymond Matthews collected 3 tosses for 20 yards, raising his season totals to 22 catches and 341 yards. Both of these are new marks, surpassing Kenneth Vaughn's records. Rebel Defenders Melvin Witt V711 and Roy Patridge move in for tackle. Kenneth Ozee Ronnie Tufts Bob Maloney Gary Page T , C 2' ' H L' ' x bn i f . A 4 . f -Q .ffm .4 in 4 .M as ,. , C N K C im! Wd' ' , "' C ' X J xim-J . ' X g 3 X f i ,v f-1 .' :- , , ' 4 '- , . . . ' H ,- 'L' ie. P . .-535-if' "'i3"f5"'ff 'X r , 3 :iii -"f -"if A I f'f'Tf3-"2i""f""Q"'dy ' Li is 71. 2 ,e azifafsvggf 1:4 if' . -- - ' ' 57 V "f 1 , .W .H a"'r,if"',i1't,r- - ,,f',,I' ,r" ,i a' . 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Standing: manager Terry Nixon, Robert Hale, Norris Weir, Huey Saulsberry, Dennis Holbrook, Coach Torn Tinker, Ronnie Wirz, Bill Huff, John Shelton, Jack Lynch and manager Ronnie Wirz. ww As Eight Lettermen Return For 1966 Rebel Basketball Season The eight lettermen returning this fall found a new basket- ball home in the multi-purpose auditorium located across from the library. Going into the first of the season, Coach Tom Tinker rated the 1965-66 Rebels as the most experienced team since ASC became a senior college. He felt that the boys had adequate shooting abilities, good balance, and above aver- age team speed. The Rebels' weakness, however, was in re- bounding: outside of Mike Nau f6'7"J the team was practi- cally devoid of height. With this shortage of height the Rebels were at a defensive disadvantage to begin with, but the out- look improved when the eight returning lettermen, five of them seniors, and the promising newcomers were considered. At the first of the season, the top outside shooters were Dink as - Ford, also deadly on free throws, and Jack Lynch, a good re- bounder. Mike Nau, taking over rebounding and scoring chores from Rebel ex Bruce Tibbets, and John Reglin, ASC's best all-around man in 1963-64, joined David Duke in being this season's hope for inside scoring. Q51 ' X r if Head Basketball Coach Tom Tinker Mike Nau gets the ball over outstretched ASC 91 Lamar Tech 93 ASC 69 Lamar Tech 82 p Rebels Drop Season Opener The 1600 fans who attended Arlington State's season opener with Lamar Tech could scarcely have asked for a more exciting game. In the first half, ASC built up a 45-41 lead, then increased it to 59-48 with 11 minutes, 51 seconds left. With only 43 seconds remaining in the game, ASC led 77-73, but Lamar Tech put the game into overtime by scoring two quick field goals. In the first overtime period, Fred Romero scored all six points for Lamar Tech, but the Rebels matched his with six points of their own, forcing the game into a second overtime period. With only three seconds remaining in the second overtime, the score was tied 91-91, and Lamar Tech had the ball. With just one second remaining, the Card- inals shot and made itg thus making the final score 93-91. Unfortunately, the second meeting of the two teams was not as close in the scoring department. ASC opened the scor- ing as John Reglin popped in a goal from the corner with 20 seconds gone in the Hrst period. However, the Cardinals drew ahead and, at the half, they led 46-33. In the second half the scoring was exactly equal with each team scoring 36 points, making the final score Cardinals 82 and Rebels 69. Mike Nau prepares to act as a screen for David Duke as a slightly frustrated op- ponent looks on. .ge--ff-9119 ink Ford Robert Hale Jack Lyn To Lamar in Double Overtime Rebs Conquer Trinity Tigers ln Only Conference Victory In their first meeting with Trinity, the Rebels snapped a five-game losing streak. Mike Nau paced the Arlington State team with 25 points and 16 rebounds. The Rebels held a nine- point lead in both halves, but they also trailed by nine points with only eight minutes remaining in the game. This 76-74 win over Trinity represented the Rebels' only victory in con- ference play. The Tigers had their revenge in the second meeting of the two squads as they recorded a 13-point win over the Rebels. The Trinity team used a second half fast break, plus some excellent field goal shooting to defeat the Rebels. At the half, the Tigers led 45-44, but they managed to widen the gap to give a final score of 93-80. Mike Nau again led the Rebels in the scoring column as he racked up 33 points. -' , L f 'W , 5 XR - .. r. t C-tag . fS??7,v if ,S.',,,Q, 4 ' , . X . , Q st , , Reglin tries corner shot against Trinity. Norris Weir seems to be calling time out as he and Dink Ford work fastbreak against Angelo State. 'ww ASC 76 Trinity 74 ASC 80 Trinity 93 Eddie Miller Mike Nau Jim Oldham John Reglin rw XX -eic ' ' ,..M,:52f'W3ZW'f5"f'Z? f wwf' ,AKA . ff NM ,,e,v:" ' ww 'mffdm ' N ff 'N 2" , 3' 1 L fe-ef' r 2 T ff ' 1 zur. .JW WM iw 2 :Qi R ? Mike Nau escapes guard to stuff one. ASC 72 ACC 87 ASC 61 ACC 79 Dink Ford drives down the middle in quest of score against Angelo State. Don Robinson Huey Saulsberry John Shelton Norris Weir Abilene's Wildcats Cverpower Tinker's Fighting Ball Team Despite a brilliant team effort sparked by Mike Nau, the Rebels found themselves outmanned in their first meeting with Abilene Christian College. The Rebels never led during this contest, as the Wildcats opened the scoring after the first 16 seconds of the first period. The ACC team, who came into the game ranked as thirteenth among some 300 small colleges around the country, proceeded to build up that mar- gin until they led 48-36 at halftime. In the second half, Abilene came back with more of the same, the final score being 87-72. In this meeting, Abilene Christian hit a sizzling 61.362, of their field goal attempts while Arlington State scored on only 38.8fZ,. In the second meeting of the two teams, the Wildcats again fielded a powerful team, but in this contest, the Rebels ex- hibited a splendid display of shooting and hustling. During the first minutes of the game the Rebels held control, but at the half the Wildcats led 45-33. In the second half the Rebels fell even further behind, and Coach Tinker resorted to his reserves, however, Abilene continued to lead and made the final score 79-61. This win, coupled with the upset of Lamar Tech, gave the Wildcats the Southland Conference title even before their meeting with the Cardinals. ss- f-, N. Q' Arkansas State Team Bests Rebel Quintet in Two Games In their third conference game of the season, the Rebels met the tall Indians from Arkansas State. Although they trailed by 12 at the half, the Rebels were able to come within seven points by the end of the game. The Rebels lost almost all of their height when Mike Nau fouled out. The final score for this game, played on Arkansas State's home court, ended with the score Arkansas State 89, Arlington State 81. In the final game of Arlington State's basketball season, the Rebels again met Arkansas State in a contest that saw the lead change hands 20 times, the last of which occurred in the final three minutes of play. Rebel scoring was led by Mike Nau with 31 and Dink Ford with 25. The final score for the game was Arkansas 91 and Arlington State 85. Losing this game left the Rebels with a conference record of 1-7 and an overall of 9-13. ellfwpid X kwa, q Q... " W. ff' J- W, X si. " w ., t. Q ,ffm -INQRZI vW..,,:.s,,mva.. John Shelton brings ball downcourt, carefully shielding the ball from the prying arms of Texas Wesleyan's Ron Eades. A irimg dectiegnilned J cg1hR4Skhel1t?n eyes the basket a1gdAteanF- C 8 1 C ma es avi u e an 1 e au in ac ion a ains n e o Safe- g g ASC 85 ASC 91 Ronnie Wirz David Duke attempts to shake his man for field goal try in victory over Trinity. 1, if suzfi gi -4 4 ,ff VV V 2 A iii ff: 1 :fl ir 5' Dink Ford sights goal at end of fastbreak against Angelo State. Mike Nau somewhat resembles a ballet dancer as he l n D A glides in for a goal againgt Trinity. Seniors Dink Ford ileftj and John Reglin irightj served SEASON RECORD ASC OPPONENT 61 East Texas State 67 102 Texas Wesleyan 61 East Texas State 87 Tarleton State 98 Austin College 64 Arkansas 95 Austin College 74 Midwestern 82 Bishop College 70 Austin College QOT 91 Lamar Tech K2 OTsl 68 Angelo State 72 Abilene Christian 91 Texas Wesleyan 81 Arkansas State 77 Trinity 99 Angelo State 69 Lamar Tech 61 Abilene Christian 80 Tarleton State 80 Trinity R5 Arkansas State as co-captains for the 1965-66 season. 1 1 swam , ,J ' rr J f K .- 1 f f l p" C 1 .3 1 .-lf f .www A AA x 4 f x '41 . x ' ,- . ' 1 K9 c L 44 ,.."6 .,-- .e Q , 1 , . .. . - ,.- Q M. - Q Hj'P,e'Z 7' AT, :' I 4 '- . I.. .'V :, 31,4 .P W. ,. A r", 'uh' ..,," ,, hu. f V-4 J TRACK aw -W' 'WTP ,jp Q JW X A Bob Mcmofhlm Oliver Patterson Dale Drennan ' Ss. ' 3 Y A 4 , . .,,N-H-' ,, ., - - . . 1 -M 'gdpnm . .-Q-fi .-N' 'H' VM J .,,, ov, A qw -so- L L. Skip Benson David Chambers I .10 af" . Q93-3 'LJ C rim? 195.3-1: 268 ' f -'.. ' 21. 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Competing against such powers as Southern Methodist, Texas and Oklahoma, the team compiled an overrall 6-7 dual meet record, but more important, the Rebs broke 23 school and pool records. Using what freshman Doug Russell calls "the Easterling technique," the team impressed fans everywhere with the potential of being a contender for the national collegiate championship in the future. The roster listed one junior, eight sophomores and 12 freshmen. Russell was top individual performer for the season with 117 points. He entered 24 events and won 18 first places. Ernie Siefert had 69 points and Rick Nesbit 58511. The squad swam in new Olympic-size pools this year. Faci- lities included a 25-yard, six-lane outdoor pool and a 50- meter eight-lane indoor pool. Both conform to all NCAA and AAU specifications. Swimming Doach Doin Easterling Top row: Pat Hilyer, Ed Bagot, Dewey Lewis, Doug Russell, Tom Henson, Skip Kingan, Max Heidenreich, coach Don Easterling. Middle row: Tom Fisher, Brian Robbins, Joe Miller, Rick Nesbit, Tom Upchurch, Jack Peck, Daniel Boone. Bottom row: Dennis Wilson, Bruce Wilson, Sammy Stewart, Luther Walker, Ernie Siefert, Don Mayo. .. ,Tv 9' 4 1 I f, ,JN I 4 T315 5 .. MJ' -' 'ff' Ml' ' W a 000 0 , f-'H 1 W , A T ..M.,w V mon- f w if gp-Yi 5-Q... Fri- -L 'X rw ,K , Q w-.....,,. Swim Meets , V xwmmkwmwwmw 'Nb-fQ...,lQ,.,A,,mtWm M , I m Wg , W 9 my f J' ah . f X ' . , is i 3 Q V slimzm ,.. K 5 f, a . + 'S 5 ,,S. 5 V W ,, UB V J , ff ,,. ' x Coach Bill Roark 7 E -..--a-an-v Q l Q sr Birge and Jones Lead Neffers Badminton Led by McAlpine Coach Bill Roark's tennis team played a full slate of dual matches prior to the Southland Conference meet held here in Arlington at Randol Mill Park. Veterans Laddie Birge and Lynn Jones and junior college transfer Fred Dobbs provided most of the push in the team's attack. Badminton, a sister sport to tennis, moved into its second year with an optimistic outlook. Team sponsor Miss Jane Perry coached the girls about four hours a week. The team appeared in several double elimination tourna- ments and brought home several trophies. Back row: Zack Prince, Lynn Jones, Jack Powell. Front row: Laddie Birge, Jerry Gardner. i. li - it YL w f, S i , X P? H Linda Ovrick, sophomore from Fort Worth, stretches for Miss Jane Perry, badminton sponsor, gives a few tips a high One- to senior stand-out Jean McAlpine. Front row: Sunnye Martin, Barbara Johnson, Jean McAlpine, Delaine Brodie, Lida Urie. Back row: Linda Ovrick, Joyce Moore, Jenny Mayfield, Gayla Gillie, Sandy Combs, Donna Rowan. 1 I Q Rebel Golf and Bowling Teams Coached by Key and Beckner The Rebel golf team had one of its better seasons in 1966 with four of five lettermen back from the 1965 team. Seniors Harvey Wehman fcaptainl, John Allen and Terry Morris and sophomore Tom Burseen combined with Phil Lumsden, Roel Garza and Dana Gibson to form the strong team. Charlie Key, the Rebel coach who graduated from ASC, is in his second year as golf coach. Arlington State's bowling team came into existence in 1959, but was not school supported until 1961. This year the team, sponsored by Don Beckner, participated in eight matches. The bowlers competed at TCU, University of Houston, Southwest Texas State, Trinity, Texas A8zM, Sam Houston State and held one meet on the ASC campus. The team's captain was Ansel Goldgar, a sophomore elec- trical engineering major from Arlington. Phil L den John Allen, Roel Garza. Kneeling: Harvey Wehman, Tom X s nl 5 , lf, rw, YJ Kneelgng: hMike Cockrell, Ansel Goldgar, Oscar Murphy. Standing: Carl Beheler, Ronnie Hundley, Harold Krecek Don mit . ,. , Don Beckner, Coach .fffv ,Rm 'f J' T1 1 vi Vl' ' "Pe 7, ,af ' WI, qc , , 1' X ' 7' f' ,,, , ,, 31 . Q ' X . ,N--' 'Qu . ,-!U, , Jw ,qvifx . . '-'."'31XfL'? X , I V ' Ar. F 'iff ,M M . xii. in Qaxzy x .W A ..'1:zQckQ 'z '. 7 - V "" '11- '5.'1'Kr pl" 'Qi ',. ,AF N S . 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N ' I - 'ishiialrx 5 xx ' , ' . I ' 4 ,-'EMM I 7 s . af ag, 1 .v 1 ' 5 A Q ' .xp W ,- I fx. 'Mural Program Growing Fast With Help From Gillespie, Rudel The intramural program at Arlington State has been grow- ing at a phenomenal pace since its beginning in the spring of 1964. Much of the credit goes to Director Dean Horace Gillespie and Student Director Sammy Rudel. Intramurals this year have been enlarged to include a third league - the Independent - along with the Dormitory and Social leagues. It was added so that commuting students could have the opportunity to play. Intramural sports include football, tennis, swimming, vol- leyball, billiards, basketball, softball, golf and track. Girls participate in tennis, swimming, volleyball, basketball, and, for the first time, powder-puff football. The annual awards banquet was held on May 11, with awards presented for individual and team sportsmanship, championships in each event, over-all league champions and individual letters for ten boys and two girls. iq,-new -fm- .Q f' IUD " 'Vw Sammy Rudel, a Junior Business Administra- tion Major, is the Student Intramural Direc- tor. Dean Horace Gillespie has V been in charge of the intra- mural program at ASC since A, its inception. Faculty cheerleaders Ouilda Piner, Lucy Taylor, Mary Spoon and Burley Walker seem to be enjoying the game as the Faculty team is Winning. Dean Bob Dollar takes a shot for the Faculty. Security Chief Rufus Taylor gets ready to take a shot against the KBOX "Good Guysf, "Bad Guys" Beat "Good Guys" To Raise Money for Intramurals In order to raise money for the Arlington State intramural fund, a group of ASC faculty and staff members challenged the disc jockeys of KBOX in Dallas to a basketball game. It was played January 12 in the women's gym. The faculty, dubbed the "Bad Guys," jumped out to a 16-2 lead over the KBOX "Good Guys" and held on to win the game 51-39. Weldon Knox of the History Department, Bill Patterson of the Engineering Department, Robert Tennison of the Mathematics Department and Ernest Leister of Student Publications were four of the faculty standouts among the 19 who played. One of the game's outstanding plays was a play on words by Dr. Lee Smith of the Business and Economics Depart- ment. Just before half-time, Smith missed a shot and one of the ofiicials kindly asked if he wanted to borrow a pair of glasses. "Heck no." replied the panting Smith. "I need your legs." Richard Tucker scores on a jump shot as the Faculty wins 51-39. 'X' Q Baptist Student Center player Tommy Ford is caught by the camera driving through a host of Newman Club defend ers. Tommy Ford and Johnny Deford of Baptist Student Center race down court, accompanied by a couple of Two Newman Club players seem to have a Baptist Newman Club defe11deI'S- Student Center ball-handler corralled. --Q -- A , ' 'i.5' Pd'Q- ir. Boys' Basketball Attracts 200 As 27 Teams Compete for Title Twenty-seven teams competed in the boys' division of intramural basketball. Over 200 boys, more than in any other sport, played, proving that basketball is the most pop- ular of the sports. Boys' play started in the Independent, Social and Dormi- tory leagues on February 23 and continued on into April with games scheduled every Sunday afternoon and almost every night. All games were played in the men's physical education building. The Dean's Boys won the Independent crown with the Maurauders finishing second. In the Social league, Tri Ki, Phi Eps and Alfasig fought it out for the title. Men's Hall A lst Floor West and Pachl lst Floor were the top teams in the Dormitory league. Student director Sam Rudel noted that the caliber of play in intramural basketball was so high that the varsity might start recruiting from its ranks in the future. vi Many of the intramural football teams used passing attacks such as this in winning their games. . One of the boys who competed in intramural football seems to have found a way to take it easy! Z . I -...N 'ii X nr ' f I ,- s 'Q -hu.,-X Angela Patton, playing for the P.E. Majors, looks Girl Basketball Players Lay Claim To Participating in Popular Sport Girls' basketball has always been one of the most popular intramural sports at Arlington State. The pictures on these two pages show why. Action got underway for the girls on March 21 with Social league teams Koshari and Karuso Pteros squaring off. This year there were twelve girls teams divided into two leagues. The social clubs comprise one six-league six-team league. Members are Zongola, Sans Souci, Avolonte, Les Choices and the above mentioned Koshari and Karuso Pteros. The Dormitory and Independent league is made up of six teams also. Lipscomb Hall 2nd and 3rd Floor North, New- man Club, Lipscomb Hall lst Floor North, P.E. Majors, Lee House and Methodist Student Center all entered teams in this league. Judy Wallis of Lipscomb Hall lst and 3rd Floor makes an attempt to block P.E. Major Trish Speak's shot in intra- mural action. Trish Speaks captures a pass for the P.E. Majors as Judy Wallis of Lipscomb Hall lst and 3rd Floor defends. as if she is about to take one of the more unorthodox shots in basketball. Two nameless girls duel near midcourt in girls' play. ' Q H I' 2 J., X. -s 'E zae 'ia ' jc M . ,,, ., ra ' ,mg 0.9, . Qxqnk -A . QV ,. WK ww, ,,,.,.,M,4.-.M Q W1 v U53 N Mike Adams, Phi-Eps' entrant in the mtramural billiards tournament, stud- ies all the possibilities as he lines up his shot. 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'K M ,' , ' 1 1 ,VK f aqui J .5 Qzxwcl t X h X 1 fl 4' 1 f ' ff ' W ww Rf! 44fA.fvvL,.CjL 1411 ffj,,,, ff 1 14, fr SENIGRS About to Grad uofe ..,..-- '43 N WK- i l""lt- atb .Zur K' gg- Ki" -5: ff fi. sro- Wm . ,ka 'Ri-f is 'Ui Bob Adams, Dallas Business Administration, Accounting Honor Roll, Pi Sigma Epsilon !Secre- taryj Hoppie Alexander, Tyler History-English Houshang Amini, Tehran, Iran Geology George Anderson, Forney Business Administration Pi Sigma Epsilon Jesse Anderson, Gainesville Physics Tri-Ki IParliamentaru1nj, Physics Club Boyd Andress, Fort Worth Business Administration Traffic Appeals Committee James Anton, Dallas Electrical Engineering Jerry Allen Arden, Arlington Physics Physics Club Liebert Armour, Fort Worth History BUS fPresidentj, Traffic Appeals Com- mittee James Armstrong, Garland Business Administration, Accounting Richard Armstrong, Fort Worth Aerospace Engineering Rifle Team, AIAA, Rebel Flying Club Ronald Arnold, Fort Worth Industrial Engineering AIIE fpresidentl, Track Gale Ashworth, Arlington English Les Choisies, Reveille Beauty, Reveille F avorite, Staff Sweetheart, Vice-president Sophomore Class Jimmy ASl1W01'l3l'1, Arlington Business Administration, Accounting Alfasig Hester Averitt, Dallas Spanish Phi Kappa Theta Guadalupe Ayala, Fort Worth History Anthony Azcue, Dallas Electrical Engineering Raymond Azcue, Dallas Electrical Engineering John BaCSik, Grand Prairie Mechanical Engineering SAE Colleen Baker, Fort Worth Mathematics Steve Baldwin, Joshua Electrical Engineering IEEE Ronald Bales, Dallas History Rlchard Banks, Dallas Pre-Law David Barber, Fort Worth Civil Engineering ASCE David Barker, Arlington French Phi Kappa Theta IVice-President, Presi- dentj, Whois Who in French, Methodist Student Center KSteering Committej Walter Barrett, Arlington Pre-Med Joyce Battee, Grand Prairie History John Battle, Terrell Electrical Engineering IEEE, Amateur Radio Club DOI'Otl'1y Bayer, Muenster Pre-Pharmacy CaI'S0n Bays, Grand Prairie Economics Delta Sigma Pi ISecretaryj, Honor Roll Ted Bearden, Dallas Government, Pre-Law Pre-Law Club fPresidentj '-5-9. Q14 Betty Beeman, Fort Worth French Michael Bell, Irving Spanish Phi Kappa Theta, Who's Who in Spanish Charles Bellows, Fort Worth Chemistry C' TOIII Bennett, Dallas P' Qy 'Z fi- may agg- --. gr- fav 'Ds Mathematics ite' Intramural Sports Council 1?T""'v i.. Dave Bergman, Fort Worth Aerospace Engineering AIAA, Honor Roll The new health center, located across West Street from the Power Plant, was officially opened with the beginning of the spring semester. i 5 Blll BetSlll, Fort Worth Nell BlSl10p Fort Worth 931 Business Administration Civil En ineerln 8 S ASCE fSecretaryj Q' N Rebel Seniors Henry Blechl, Atlanta Business Administration, Accounting Delta Sigma Pi, Honor Roll Beverly Blount, Grand Prairie History Ralph BO6l'lrn, Fort Worth Industrial Engineering Alfasig fTreasurer, Secretary! AIIE Student Activities Board Stephen Bonney, Dallas Biology Little Theater, Pi Mu International Re lations, Track Elizabeth Borst, Fort Worth Biology Zongola RiCha1'd Bontke, Plainview Electrical Engineering S IEEE Mills Boon, Arlington Pre-Law Alfasig fPresidentj Gary Boswell, Fort Worth Mechanical Engineering ASSSM E Kathleen Bower, Dallas Medical Technology SAB ISpecial Events Chairmanj C editor of Arlington Review Robert Bowling, Dallas Business Administration Katye Boylan, Fort Worth English John Bradbury, Cleburne Business Administration James Bradley, Fort Worth Government Honor Roll Mary Braggs, Mexia English Bill BI'anCl0n, Farmersville Electrical Technology R0llal1 Bray, Arlington English SEA Ernest Brister, Fort Worth Business Administration Citus Falco fSocial Directorj Delta Sigma Pi, Officers Club Donna Britain, Dallas Psychology Ideas and Issues Committee Carl Brockway, Dallas 'Business Administration Jimmie Brooks, Borger Football Mary Ann Brooks, Borger English Sigma Tau Delta Douglas Brown, Fort Worth Business Administration Michael Bryan, Cleburne Mathematics Math Club, Phi Kappa Theta Suzanne Bryan, Irving English Auolonte fPresident1, ICC Jerry Bryant, Fort Worth Electrical Technology Weldon Bryant, Fort Worth Pre-Dental Bill Bryson, Jacksonville Electrical Technology Trinity Dorm Council CChairman-Special Events Committeej, Inter-Dorm Council fVice-Presidentj Joe Buckman, Fort Worth Civil Engineering ASCE James Buerger, Dallas Business Administration Pi Sigma Epsilon KPresidentj, Pre-Law David Burnett, Irving Business Administration Pi Sigma Epsilon ITreasurerj, Business and Economics Club. American Produc- tion 8: Inventory Control Society Ben Burns, Carrollton Business Administration Jean Burns, Palestine English Jerry Burns, Dallas Business Administration Pi Sigma Epsilon Rowena Burns, Dallas History Jackie Burnside, Plano Business Administration, Accounting Ike Burress, Arlington Business Administration Alfasig, Pre-Law Club Edward Burrows, Dallas : xi Chemistry 'Gifs 35555 Gerald B1.lSClOSh, Fort Worth Mathematics Bill Buttram, Dallas Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi John Byers, Dallas Electrical Engineering Epsilon Nu Gamma fSecretary-Treas- urerj, IEEE William Byrd, Arlington Mechanical Engineering Final-year Rebels A or Ei aff' sg, .X I ,-Q - 'YN vs "L,-. X-. ir- thai 'SS -., Q- if L-... wb. Charles Smithson examines pictures used in the Reveille sports section. , J James Byrnes, Fort Worth Mathematics John Callaway, San Antonio Mathematics HCO 0fficer's Club KPresidentj, Team, ROTC Brigade Commander 2 JZ 1, M ep -sq will 'ibn-P ai " ' Y 1133 4 1 . , ' 4 ,ret 'Q v .rw tax . ff wasp: ,f-X, Mr r X X 4 4 f , if 'gSsN.z.a vffa, V, , ,,'. I f Jef' ' W .lg M 4 fyxa' . 1 A A ., , rp, . Rifle 'N-.. -rf,' ' 111 .' 1 Sex r .l. Q1-on s -f" 'Hr-" 'gm-W YIM' Edward Camp, Arlington Biology Charles Campbell, Fort Worth Government Diane Campbell, Duncanville English Jerri Campbell, Midland Psychology Tau Beta Sigma fTreasurer, Vice-Presi- dentj, Karuso Pteros fSocial Chairman. Presidentj, ICC, Rebel Band Jimmy Campbell, Graham Physical Education Wood Camtrell, Irving Aeronautical Engineering Epsilon Nu Gamma, SAE, AIAA SD Barry Candy, San Antonio Psychology Circle K Hailey Carer, Dallas Mechanical Engineering Charles Carlisla, Dallas Mechanical Engineering SAE fVice-Presidentj, Trac Penny Carlisle, Arlington Aeronautical Engineering Donald Carlton, Denton Mechanical Engineering SAE, SME, fChairman, Sec Doug Carter, Fort Worth German, Russian Troy Carter, Abilene Aeronautical Engineering AIAA Charles Cashion, Dallas Electrical Engineering IEEE, Phi Kappa Theta, Gamma fVice-President! k retaryj Epsilon Nu if x Associate Editor Haven Hyde discusses an up- coming deadline with Donna Rowan, Editor of the 5 .gl Gloria Chambers, Fort Worth English Tommie Chambers Fort Worth ,h Reueille. X John Casper, La Porte Mechanical Technology John Caudry, Fort Worth Business Administration L., wr- 'QS' Y History Kappa Alpha Phi Pierce Chandler, Mineral Wells Aeronautical Engineering Methodist Student Center, Honor Roll. Student Government KCommunications Committee-Chairman, Campus Commit- te?AAReorganization Committeej, SAE, A Sanit Cl'1ilJtangWOng, Bangkok, Thailand Civil Engineering Ted Church, Dallas Electrical Engineering IEEE lx 22:2 .N Larry Clark, Decatur Business Administration Doris Claybrook, Arlington Spanish Nolan Clemens, Dallas Business Administration gg David Cl0ptOI1, Garland L Civil Engineering 'hx ' Fred Close, Dallas to Business Accounting Pi Sigma Epsilon Harold Clowers, Bedford A Mathematics SEA, Math Club Jim Cole, Canton Electrical Engineering Amateur Radio Club, IEEE Robert Coleman, Arlington V Business Administration - Delta Sigma Pi, SAB fSpecial Events- Chairman! Jack Connell, Fort Worth Mathematics Math Club fVice-Presidentj, Phi Kappa Theta, ACM KVice-President! 1, K' gl 'vi if Q-...f , ck X i , 'vs KS 5 I 'Qi 42' , x ' -its-V .Y A4 Soon to Graduate KK Gzrfr' QW'-1 Y' .gn-I' 'W' Ax A Q5 F ' l S was :r 1 ' 'Q-1. A Jw Q 'Cv' K ....., .. LX J, 9 ,K . , 1 479 34'-I i. ' tai? arcs .Vic one uzfgfbg .feed tt- - N.. ra 04 'ld'-"""' Carolyn Conrad, Dallas English U , Phi Kappa Theta KVice-Presidentj, Sig- ma Tau Delta fMarshallj, SEA, SAC, International Relations Club, Honor Roll Darrell Cook, Irving Mathematics Phi Ka pa Theta Jimmy Cooper, Arlington Aeronautical Engineering AIAA, AIEE Eddy COSpeI', Arlington Biology Beverly Couch, Dallas History Phi Kappa Theta, Scholastic Scholarship Jeannie Coulter, Arlington English En Ami, Sigma Tau Delta KSecretary- Treasurerj Glynn Cox, Albuquerque, N. Mex. Mechanical Technology ASCSET fMechanical Technology Rep- resentativej Jerry Cox, Fort Worth Mathematics ROI1alCl CI'3.dd0Ck, Forreston Business Administration William Crain, Arlington Business Administration Pi Sigma Epsilon Thomas Cravens, Corsioana Ciyil Engineering Judith Crawford, Fort Worth Medical Technology Phi Kappa Theta Peggy Crawford, Dallas History En Ami fPresident1, Student ment, Phi Kappa Theta Richard Crawford, Arlington Business Administration Jim Cronkhite, Dallas Mechanical Engineering AIAA, SAE Marian Cummings, Arlington Psychology Robert Crow, Dallas Aeronautical Technology Taylor Cumpton, Grand Prairi QL F" 56g T W, Electrical Technology James Curtis, Dallas Psychology Gloria DeLa Paz, Fort Worth Foreign Language 6 Govern Class of '66 William Dallin, Dallas Electrical Engineering IEEE Gerald Darr, Cisco Biology Harold Darst, Carrollton Electrical Engineering Epsilon Nu Gamma ROb8I't Daubert, Fort Worth Chemistry Gene Dean, Fort Worth History Arlington Sociological Association Richard DeLange, Fort Worth History NCO Club, Honor Roll James Doerr, Cleburne Mathematics Phi Kappa Theta, Honor Roll H. Gr. Dollar, Fort Worth Mathematics RObe1't Dooley, Fort Worth Mathematics BSU, Math Club, SEA Karen Doolittle, Fort Worth Business Administration fAccountingJ aff- ax 'X Donald Douglas, Dallas , if SQ 3' Electrical Technology ASC Amateur Radio Club Vg-., Ronnie Dover, Waxahachie Mathematics ' James Dozier, Forney Electrical Engineering Deryl Duer, Fort Worth Electrical Engineering Allen Dulaney, Fort Worth Mchanical Engineering James Dulaney, Fort Worth Civil Engineering ASCE Dan Duncan, Fort Worth Industrial Engineering AIIE KTreasurerl Pat Dunkin, Fort Worth ff-7' 3? English Shorthorn, ASC Press Club fSecretary, Treasurerj, Phi Kappa Theta Clayton Dye, Arlington Biology Odis Dyson, Rockwall History, Pre-Law 1,5 L. I - 41 - Q L. 517 SAB sponsored an exhibit in the lobby 'ff W of the student center to emphasize Fine Arts in Dimension Week. Libby ECkblaCl, Dallas Sociology Arlin ton Sociological Association E Bobby Edwards, Anson Civil Engineering ASCE fVice-President! D011 EliCk, Arlington Psychology Band, Lab Band John Elliott, Arlington History Track Susanne Elliott, Arlington English Gary Eppink, Mesquite Electrical Engineering Gelia Estes, Dallas Business Administration ASC Bowling Team Jim EStlll, Arlington Civil Engineering ASCE fSecretaryj -wr" .a..M E si- . 1: Ti lil llltg l -i.- , , ' Tommy Etheridge, Arlington Electrical Engineering George Evans, Fort Worth History Honor Roll, Track Mary Evans, Hurst Histo-ry Phi Kappa Theta, SEA, Honor Roll Steve Evans, Big Spring Physics Student Government fPresident1, Phi Kappa Theta, Physics Club Parrish Eugene, Greenville Biology Michael Farhat, Arlington Business Administration Football Joe Farr, Grand Prairie Electrical Engineering Epsilon Nu Gamma fCatalogerj, IEEE Gholam Fatemi, Dallas History ,V P, Q l. 4 1, Q L.. Helen Fine, Fort Worth Medical Technolo gy Karuso Pteros, Newman Club Donald Fite, Dallas History Circle K, NCO Club, Officers Club fVice- presidentj, Honor Roll John Fitzgerald, Hooks Electrical Engineering IEEE J. R. Flatt, Fort Worth Industrial Engineering AIIE Tom Floyd, League City Electrical Engineering IEEE Alex Fogelin, Fort Worth Economics Betty Foreman, Richardson Mathematics Math Club Jimmie Foster, Fort Worth History James Fowler, Dallas Mechanical Engineering AIAA, SAE Itreasurerl, C Roll Steve FOWleI', Arlington Business Administration Citus . Falco fVice-presidentj, COMSO, KPreszdenU DOH FOX, Grand Prairie Biology .Pi Mu fVice- resident! Jimmy Franklin, Dallas Civil Engineering ASCE, Civil Engineering Honor Society R125 lid , 1145 N Ml. William Feath, Arlington Electrical Engineering J. S. Fennig, Dallas History Press Club John Ferguson, Fort Worth Biology Kappa Kappa Psi, Rebel Band Lois Ferrell, Dallas Medical Technology sf' , 9- U Q--gr T" XJ' Graduating Rebs as . Q 2: l - - A 'kr' 5' i ,Q :VD 'fx' l I' S Y X rf ,er-..., ful: 'X' .1 ,Qu . William Galiga, Irving Business Administration Michael Gamble, Fort Worth Phi Kappa Theta, Honor Roll Thomas Gandy, Fort Worth John Garner, Arlington History Allan Garonzik, Dallas Business Administration Sam Houston Rifles, Ohcicers Club, IPresi- dentj, Reville Photographer George Garrett, Boston, Mass, History Sam Houston Rifles Angela Gaston, Arlington French and Spanish Phi Kappa Theta KTreasurerj, Honor Roll, Who's Who in French, Outstanding Achievement Award in French, Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Nomination Daniel Gajdica, De Soto Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club Elton Geeslin, Dallas Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club, ASSME, Student Activities Board KFine Arts Committee! Richard Geist, Dallas Business Administration Pi Sigma Epsilon, Phi Kappa Theta Dennis Genovesl, Dallas Electrical Engineering Club, Officers Club, BSU, Honor o Jack George, Dallas Mathematics Physics Club, Math Club, Phi Kappa Theta Kenneth Godfrey, Fort Worth Mathematics Alpha Phi Omega, Rebel Band Gerald Godwin, Kemp Business Administration Pi Sigma Epsilon I Secretary 2 Mike Goldberg, Dallas Business Administration Ansel Goldgar, Dallas Electrical Engineering IEEE, Bowling fCaptainJ Phillip Goode, Dallas Mechanical Engineering 'SI AIAA, ASSSIUE fSecretaryJ Garry G00d91'1, Fort Worth Business Administration John Gordon, Trinidad, Colorado History Honor Roll, Football - Bruce Gorman, Fort Worth Electrical Technology ASSET Darrell Gotcher, Arlington Business Administration -'vw Bruce Graham, Fort Worth Mechanical Engineering Alpha Phi Omega, Epsilon Nu Gamma SAE fChairmanQ Rosyland Granek, Dallas Mathematics SEA, Phi Kappa Theta fVice-Presidentj Carl Greenfield, Fort Worth History German Club, NCO Club, SEA IBoard of Directorsj, Honor Roll John Grey, Dallas Biology A x ii cr' 'UK' QP ' 79- V 'N we-sl Q? David Grimm, Dallas English SEA Thomas Grissom, Dallas I Business Administration, Accounting S119 Gruber, Dallas History A future electrical engineer operates a wave analyzer in lab. Clyde Haggard, Irving Mathematics BSU, Math Club, ACM Lawrence Hairston. Rockwall Mechanical Engineering ASSSME KTrea.surerj, Epsilon Nu Gamma S- 4 1:---, Q"""" 0 James Hale, Dallas Sharon Hall, Dallas Koshari Student Activities Board IHospi- taltty Committee Special Events Com- Donald Halpenny, Fort Worth Alpha Sigma Chi, SAE, lllath Club, IEEE Student Government Charles Halsey Dallas Physics Club Math Club Harry Hamilton, Fort Worth Business Administration Pat Hamilton Brownfield Electrlcal Technology Jack Hammond Dallas Lawrence Hampton, Dalllag Q Busmess Administration Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha Plhi Omega fTrearurerj Honor Business Student Dudley Haralson, Hurst Benny Hardin, Mesquite Business Administration Pi Sigma Epsilon fSeargent-at Armsj David Harp, Dallas Electrical Engineering William Harp, Dallas History Tri-Ki David Harrell, Waco History Honor Roll, Student Government lVzce President! George Harris Dallas Mathematics Math Club. Keith HHYTIS, Dallas Mathematics ACM, Math Club Dawn Harrison, Waxahachie History . Phyllis Harrison, Mansfield History Carol Hart, Irving English Sigma Tau Delta Margaret Hauser, Arlington English Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Kappa Jim Hawkins, Arlington Business Administration Pi Sigma Epsilon Head, Whitesboro English Class of 1966 .Q Ronald Hearne, Fort Worth Biology D James Heide, Taylor Business Administration, Accounting Delta Sigma Pi Virginia Heise, Arlingtgn Biology Honor Roll. Phi Kappa Theta Katy Heisserer, Arlington Physics EnAmi Ktreasurerl, Student Government, , Student Activities Board KSpecial Events Committeej, Choir, Phi Kappa Robert Henning, Dallas Electrical Technology Newman Club Joan Herbert, Fort Worth Psychology David Herr, Arlington English Sam Houston. Rifles, NCO Club Lynn Hersley, Horoford Business Administration Paul Hesse, Muenster Biology Steven Hetherington, Dallas Mechanical Engineering ASSSME, SAE James Hicks, Dallas Mechanical Engineering SAE, ASSME Marion Hicks, Arlington Business Administration, Accou Theta nting Delta Sigma Pi, fvice-presidentj, Circle K, Honor Roll, Phi Kappa Theta Arlene Hight, Dallas Medical Technology James Hildebrand, Dallas Business Administration Roland Hildebrand, Eoloss Mathematics Gary Hlll, Fort Worth History Billy Hitt, Grapevine Business Administration, Accounting Ffallk Arlington German Jerry Hodges, Irving Foreign Language, Spanish Rosan Hoffpauir, Arlington Mathematics Zongola fpresirlenll, Physics Club fsec- rclaryl snap M ra.-1 L " an Qi 'Sf- K. I wr- X xx x in 1 I C i f e L' .ii . 3 ss .. ,, x ,ag Q Ml ir jf , L KV? ?",f0ix? isa tif' gs 1 as Q, i W, ra, 1 s . se N w, A A f x 135 WS ' li' -mx N X , in ,L gum 'bf -RM Chr l ..2.l'Zl Q. 'Q ag.. i if 'ZZ' TN T'-s MIM 3 X Sherry Staples, a distributive education student from Arlington High School, finds employment as a cashier in the student center snack bar. James Hofmann, Fort Worth Foreign Language. French SEA Kpresidentl, Alpha Phi Omega --, as Jerry Holder, Arlington Q , Q Sociology I " s Sociology Club, Student Government, gy Student Activities Board IDistinguishecl , ..s,,, Service Award, Decorations Committee yt Chairman, Public Relations Director, ' Vice-president? .V lt, ,cf A Z?- ,,.. 'Y' 'Wx i 'iv' R "H LiL x ' mul' ' s are NFB fgri 211. s..5,, . WJ rift, ,fr J, sl' 'ff ,-, l Robert Hook, Dallas Business Administration, Marketing Delta Sigma Pi IVice-president! Gregory Horsley, Grand Prairie Pre-Law Track, Basketball John Horton, F01-tW01-th Physics Physics Club Mary Hough, Lufkjn Business Administration Les Choisies, Rebel Rousers, Student Activities Board fSecretaryJ, SOS Com- mittee Aubrey Houston, Wylie Electrical Engineering Daniel Howell. Fart Worth Aerospace Engineering K-Deltphi Howard Hoyle, Fort Worth Business Administration JOB Hudgins, Roanoke Electrical Technology Phi Kappa Theta , John Hunter, Dallas Mathematics William Irving, Dallas Geology Geological Society fpresidentl 'try Karen Ivy, Arlington English Leonard Iwan, Fort Worth Mathematics IEEE, Newman Club, Rebel Band es- X, 'wr Dewey Jackson, Farmersville 11137 Mathematics Math Club fpresidentj. Phi Kappa James Jackson, Dallas Physics Physics Club Aria ff' J Paul Jaqua, Irving Business Administration Robert Jenkins, Dallas Business Administration, Accounting Virginia Jett, Dallas Spanish Johnny Jetton, Dallas Mathematics Math Club George Johns, Dallas Business Administration, Accounting Delta Sigma Pi, Inter-Dorm Council Student Values Committee Marshall Johnsey, Dallas Electrical Engineering Alvin Johnson, Grand Prairie Business Administration A DGIIHIS J0hI'1SOl1, Walker, Minnesota Mathematics Math Club, Honor Roll Larry Johnson, Waco Mechanical Engineering AIAA, Rebel Flying Club, Student Government Nona Jones, Fort Worth Art H-4. National Society of Interior Designers KSecretaryj Ronald Jones, Dallas Psychology Kappa Phi fPresidentj, BSU, COMSO, Psychology Club in Ronnie Jones, Dallas Accounting 4 LPN Ernest Karalisr Dover, New Hamp. Electrical Engineering IEEE Ken K3-utza Arlington X Accounting, Pre-Law X I Alfasig X The campus book store provides students with reading material for classes and entertainment Rebel Seniors 41 "W xi- iv? h Q "V I . .' Mmm 'GW 4!"'x ...Uv ,Av ,ff k ,AV A I .. Q. A EM all Q s 0... 63' 8 2.9 at nga J ! lx Q4 , M f sg ' 3- sa S f a W 1 af 1' I A , ,WMM S . ., ,Q . ,gs os N . is 2 N., M 1 1 fa ' D ' -ncwiiknl' IKFJQF' 'S N X f ,L :2:::.:3g,e,e:zh'xz::g2f.yMy:.gQg - ..,, ,gf-'1 .. ,. N ' l ' X K . """' ., .... s Troy Kelly, Irving Business Administration Judy Kelsey, Arlington History Phi Kappa Theta Richard Kelsey, Fort Worth Civil Engineering Steve Kennedy, Dallas History Sam Houston Rifles, NCO Club !Con- gressmanl G3-TY Key, Cleburne Math Beta Phi Omega, Interdorm Council. ACM, Trinity House KOutstanding Resi- dent. Presidentl DOKC Klbllngef, Covingtgn Accounting Circle K Club fPresident, Public Re- lations Uhairmanj, Honor Roll Travis Kimball, Arlington English Oliver King, Ducanville History Robert King, Fort Worth Economics Kappa Alpha Phi TLITH King, Taft, California Pre-Med Honor Roll Alvin Klas, Garland Electrical Engineering Richard Kleinman, Dallas English Phi Kappa Theta Donnell Koos, Dallas Pre-Dent Dalton Kroder, Fort Worth Math Gary Kuhn, Fort Worth Mechanical Engineering . h NN Society of Automotive Engineers, Ameri- AIAA KSecretaryj Sue Kassmger, Sherman Medical Technology :- ': 'Z fl? Wayne LaCava, Euless A S23 'hr x Y-,-.-r History BSU . Mark Lamkin, Arlington History J' :jg TOTTITTIY L9-ne, Kingsport, Tenn. English -if Sigma Tau Delta fVice Presidentj, Arlington Review fAssociate Editorj, Nominee for Woodrow Wilson Fellowslhip Charles Lauderdale, Midland Government ROTC KOfficers Clubj, NCO Club, Cadet Corps Commander, NA can Society of Mechanical Engineers, William Long, Arlington Business Administration, Accounting Jim Lawrence, Dnnoanvillo Mathematics Sylvia Lawton, Dallas Business Administration Karuso Pteros tReporter1, Student Ac- tivities Board tExecutive Secretary, Special Events secretary, Chairman of Recreation Committeej Buddy Lear, Grand Prairie Business Administration, Accounting Donald Leatherman, lvlillsap .Mathematics Jlmmy Lee, Hamilton Electrical Technology .gociety of Engineering Technicians, Ham lub John Lee, Dallas Mathematics Phi-Eps tVice-presidentj, Math Club, Physics Club Charles Leech, Dallas History Barbara Leigh, Arlington History En Ami Billy Lemons, Koons Electrical Technology Alan Lewis, Irving Electrical Engineering IEEE Lee Lillard, Arlington Mathematics Student Activities Board tPresident, Entertainment Committee Chairmanj, COLA, Student Faculty Relations Board, Student Counselor, Phi Kappa Theta, Honor Roll Ronald Lipscomb, Fort Worth Electrical Technology Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Kappa Theta ,, D lg, John Lord, Arlington Government Carol Louis, Arlington English James Loven, Dallas X Psychology William Lowe, Fort Worth Industrial Engineering Citus Falco. ROTC. NCO Club, Officers Club, AIIE Carolyn Lummus, Borlforrl , Psychology ROTC Sweetheart, Pistol Team, Citus Falco Sweetheart Laureen Lynch, Dallas, Medical Technology Ronald Madison, Fort Worth Government Pre-Lau' Club Senior Rebs , X pe., ' . ,,,, - :sex , . V ,W -s-tw X , 1 H., " . in W '10-if 1 r n, V Mig ' M .... -... X ,si D , A i M is- Q- JMR x' I5 i x Nw to - L- ' . I ., . . ip, 'W' 5, x ' in fs, , L- X NH-Q. W'1"""" s A, as . 1 v S' X '. . rf. ' rf ::::: :fl , -'i-.-ff.-i'.iy'3x ,,f 'X ' A 1 ,Elm " I ' ,Sfiitf .' 2:15 ,V-3.7 "T-F' s-3:9 -as- 41.5" ."-N .', of K, , . 'W' , 5' X, 4--' ' T., 'T'- P' Q-f-Q A hd' ' 'Y 'Ri taxi' 5 nz ' xb pi" Us Terry Munn and a coed enjoy a casual conversation as evening ap- proaches the campus. Larry Magness, Arlington '-'Fr J English la., nf Nell Magness, Arlington 'TM' History M ix ,si . . fur '. J A ,wa .M fm-Q' ' if ' lxhit Douglas Malcolm, Dallas Business Administration Hood Malkafny, Bushire, If Industrial Engineering Mallouf, Dallas Business Administration Circle K, Kappa Psi Thomas Maner, Dallas Psychology all Tri-Chi, Little Theater, Newman Club Paul Mangum, Clifton Mathematics Math Club, Honor Roll, Phi Kappa Theta Charles Marietta, Pittsburgh, Pa, History Officers Club, NCO Club, Honor Roll Qs im- ,irtfs W A, . ,a .. :Y il: XE ' 5 . , 'Y ' 4' ,V I 1 lr s t ,V 'Pls -K li, l. ,4",,f" A w 435, rw-L Q 1 Qs Qi ff Daniel Marshall, Fort Worth Business Administration Ronald Mason, Fort Worth Industrial Engineering AIIE, Alfasig Richard Mayes, Dallas Business Administration Gilbert Mayfield, Anson Civil Engineering ASCE Student Chapter KTreasurerj Jean McAlpine, Richardson Mathematics Phi Kappa Theta, Math Club fRepor terl, Student Government, En Ami Joe McAnally, Dallas Mathematics ASCET, Honor Roll James McBride, Dallas Business Administration, Accounting Newman Club Howard McCalla, Lancaster Mechanical Engineering SAE fVice-chairman, Secretaryj, AIAA ASSME, Honor Roll tim - Robert McCal1ister, Fort Wm-th Electrical Engineering Dennis McCarty, Fort Worth Pre-Law, Business Gerald McChesney, Arlington Civil Engineering Mary McCorkle, Dallas Mathematics 'fn-...f , , Im .14-1? A f 5 4? v AE 'X X sv- A 1 -...S V 3 'L N fi Qu-...v N2 1. a if , sr, is ll l K V' ' X X, Mp, '. no 'N' 8 I Q re 8 A '4' F7 All 'tl rigs 1 I E --5 , l x if K0 5 , .. 'Yi' K, un S., X . i S5 is X ffa io W, Gs Final Year Rebels Judy McKoy, Arlington English Phi Kappa Theta, Sigma Tau Delta, En Ami Tyce McLarty, Dallas Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Theta James McLendon, Fort Worth Business Administration, Accounting Wayne Meier, Fort Worth Business Administration, Accounting Delta Sigma Pi 'ki X 'ng E l ll? WN- gn' VFX U r I ix Fig Y x Kira 4 S A N 'Y it Q IVV Candy Menger, Arlington English Zongola, Phi Kappa Theta, Student Government fSecretary, Treasurer, Vice- Pres.j, Student Activities Board, Secre- tary of Sophomore Class Richard Merrill, Arlington Business Administration, Accounting ASC College Choir Sharron Merrill, Arlington Mathematics ASC Concert Choir James Miears, Fart Worth Arlington Business Administration Dan Miller, Dallas Biology Honor Roll Craig Miller, Fort Worth Physics Physics Club Michael Mlllef, Mesquite Electrical Engineering IEEE, Phi Kappa Theta, Gamma fPresidentj Phil Miller, Mesquite Electrical Engineering C. F. Millican, Dallas Business Administration Richard Mills, Dallas Aeronautical Engineering AIAA, ASSSME, SAE Thomas Milyo, Dallas Mathematics Jerry Mitchell, Dallas Pre-Med P3111 Mix, Farmers Branch Physics Plhysics Club KVice-Pres.j. Theta, Pachl Dorm Council, Dorm Student Joe Montemayor, Dallas Business Administration Pre-Law Club James Moody, Fort Worth English, History Ronny Moore, Valley Mills Aeronautical Engineering AIAA, Phi Kappa Tlheta, Gamma, Honor Roll Epsilon Nu Phi Kappa Outstanding Epsilon Nu X Antonio Morales, Fort Worth r' Government Dale Morfeld, Fort Worth ,. - A' Biology Bruce Morland, Grand Prairie Aerospace Engineering AIAA lPresidentj, ASSSIWE Larry Morris, Arlington Psychology vu, i f' 7 rg Lf'-A'-Q ,Clog is 'R W- . fl' 5 5 an fx , 513 3 1 F. Gnd .. VB. T, ,- . xg- ..,,, fy' Terry Morris, Fort Worth Business Administration Pre-Lau' Club. Golf Robby Mosley, Longview Industrial Engineering AIIE Tom Mouck, Arlington Business Administration Phi Kappa Theta Mike Murphy, Dallas Mechanical Technology Tri-Ki Ronnie Murray, Fgrt Worth Electrical Engineering IEEE, ACM, BSU, Epsilon Nu Gamma Ronnie Murrell, Abilene Aerospace Engineering BSU KExecutiUe Councill, NCO Club, gfjggers, AIAA, Alpha Phi Omega, Honor 0 Don Myers, Dallas Business Administration Rifle Team, Officers Club, Cheerleader Favorite John Myers, Dallas Physics CaT01i1'l9 Nagel, Giessen, Germany German Lipscomb Dorm Council ITreasurerj, Texas Association of German Students Eating facilities provided in the student center in- clude a cafeteria as well as the much-used snack area. 19" V C16 . N ,.49zQ""' ,fi ,. "I-in R-61 554. , Zh ii i S ai 'K A' 'h-.... A 3 V if is -' N ,iw 1 Ronald Neely, Irving Mathematics Charles Nemec, Dallas Chemistry I. Kappa Kappa Psi .r is Ea lir x 3vsx . . gck 1 . 'Ungar -Q., :gags-. ffmw , W -, fit: 52+ 4 . QQ Who" N 5 av a i Through George Nemec, Dallas Business Administration Alvin Neve, Dallas Electrical Engineering David Newell, Fort VVOrth Business Administration Phi Kappa Theta, Business and Eco- nomics Club Jerry Newell, Eslor Mechanical Engineering ASSSIME, Pachl Dorm Council Glynn Newell, Dallas Electrical Engineering Jerry Newman, Big Spring Mechanical Technology Larry Nicholson, Plano Business Administration, Accounting Scotty Nicholson, Business Administration Pi Sigma Epsilon, Johnny Reb, Rebel eo. it 'Q- 5 sis.-+x es il i, Rousers u Nelda Nowlin, San Angelo English Peter Nyberg, Fort Worth Pre-Law, Business Administration Shlfley NyStrOII1, Grand Prairie Mathematics , Honor Roll, Zongola KSOcial Chairman Q, W 4, Treasurer! 'W' Joshua Obak, Koror, West Caroline Islands i . German ,,, iw? i fit, Phi Kappa Theta so if i ws , fi? Bill o'Grady, Dallas vi cfm' Q y vs, A ffgaf f fu' 1 i 21- 1 f X A?s,.,AfL , ..2- .A 1 AQ. Physics Mn Robert Ola, A1'1'i1'1gt0I1 Physics Honor Roll, Physics Club Anna Orrell, Mansfield English Kathleen Ott, Keller Mathematics Math Club, Little Theatre tv Ronald Owens, Carrollton Mathematics Bill Oxley, Dallas Mechanical Technology ASCSET Sandy Page, Irving Psychology Wes Palmer, living Mathematics T Business Administration, Accounting Stephen O'Hara, Fgrt Worth Newman Club KVice-Pres.1 Physics Club Honor Roll, Phi Kappa Theta Q Richard Palomo, Dallas Spanish Ronald Parr, Fort Worth Electrical Engineering Ronald Parrish, Dallas Business Administration Honor Roll, Phi Kappa Theta Oliver Patterson, Fort Worth Mathematics Physics Club, Math Club, Track Charles Payne, Arlington Mathematics Sam Houston Rifles Gordon Peadon, Fort Worth Mathematics Association for Computing Machinery fPresidentj, IEEE Sharon Penker, Fort Worth Mathematics BSU, TSEA George Petrick, Hurst Mathematics Math Club, Newman Club fPresidentj Robert Phillips, Dallas Electrical Engineering Aegeidae, IEEE fTreasurerl Billy Pickard, Midlothian Business Administration George Pickett, Dallas Industrial Engineering AIIE COI'lI'3.d PleI'Ce, Galveston Civil Engineering ASCE James Piwetz, Arlington Electrical Engineering Epsilon Nu Gamma Bobby Jack Poe, Arlington iw Government I Sam Houston Rifles , Q' Q Don Ponder, Richardson Industrial Engineering AIIE fPresident1, Joint Council of Student Engineers Larry Pope, Mineral Wells Architecture Circle K KTrea,surerl , Kappa Kappa Psi, r A Architecture Club, ROTC, Band fDrum Mojorl, REBSO Mike Poynor, Fort worth Pre-Dental Jerry Prater, Fort Wo Business Administration, Accounting Q' Phi Sigma Epsilon Harold Prather, Arlington Mechanical Engineering Dale Presnell, Arlington Mathematics l rth . Fourth Year Rebs ff I9 xi 1 5" ' MU fill . ,QQ og, ?""" Q' 1 1. .-... K- has-:N 1:-1--r r 'FQ -o-s..s .hx Vw 'Q - N' f""A!iNr tm I 1-if . I fix ,Q-Qs ,K - '11 ,,': 5: , ig Charles Starnes sophomore electrical engineering student checks an oscilloscope for use in a laboratory. x Gordon Rainey, Waxahachie Business Administration Guillerma Ramirez, Fort Worth Foreign Language James Ramsey, Fort Worth Architecture Cameron Reagor, Arlington Industrial Engineering Don Reynolds, Fort Worth Mathematics Physics Club, Math Club. Honor Roll, Trahic Court Diana Rhinehart, Grand Prairie History James Rhodes, Dallas Mechanical Engineering Ronald Rhoten, Fort Worth Electrical Engineering IEEE i David R1Ch6SOD, Fart Worth Business D Administration Evelyn Rlchler Fort Worth Business Administration Roger Risinger, Dallas Electrical Engineering IEEE Barbara Roberts, Dallas English Lee Roberts, Arlington English TIN A, James Robertson, Dallas Business Administration Tri-Ki Alfasig, Favorite, Les Choisies Beau ix! O 1 , i l ',1"J' I 433-:x ,4 U P V, Rex Robinson, Hamilton Business Administration Joseph Rogers, Cedar Hill Electrical Engineering Amateur Radio Club, IEEE Dan Roles, Arlington Biology Angela Roll, Fort Worth French Sans Souci, Student Government Merle Ann Roten, Duncanville History SEA ITreasurerj Durward Rutledge, Big Spring History Inter-Dorm Council, Dorm Council fSec- retary-Treasurerj, Pre-Law Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Beta Phi Omega Don Ryan, Fort Worth Aerospace Engineering American Institute of Aeronautics Kc As- tronautics IVice-Pres., Parliamentarianj Michael Sakowski, Arlington Pre-Med., Biology Newman Club, Phi Kappa Theta fPresi- dentj, Pi Mu Pre-Med Society fVice- Pres., Executive Committee! Jim Sallmg, Dallas Economics Civil Engineering Club Wayne Sampson, Irving Pre-Med Charles Schuerenberg, Mesquite Pre-Law, Business Pre-Law Club Lloyd Scoggins, Dallas Electrical Engineering Edwin Scott, Dallas Industrial Engineering H3-fry SCOU31 Gainesville Electrical Engineering During registration, Student Government provided students with the chance to insure books for five cents Margie Robinson, Dallas English Avolonte, Cheerleader, llliss Dixie Bell Finalist Pat Robinson, Dallas English Phi Kappa Theta, Koshari KSecretaryl -Gs' 'Q u is-Q 8 ve...- .,,.- L., Lenard Scott, Dallas History Marion Scott, Fort Worth Physics Phi Kappa Theta, Physics Club fSecrc- tarvl Kelly Semler, Dallas Business Administration, Accounting Kelly Sentefr Arlington Civil Engineering John Sessions, Arlington Physics Physics Club fVice-Pres? John Sessions, Fort Worth Mechanical Engineering Sharon Sessions, Arlington Mathematics Phi Kappa Theta, Honor Roll Morris ShaShOua, Ramat Qan, Israel Civil Engineering Jerry Shelby, Dallas Industrial Engineering James Sheridan, Leonard Mathematics Gary Shields, Dallas History Thomas Shipman, Fort Worth Business Administration, Accounting Delta Sigma Pi Bettye Showers, Dallas History Student Government, Lipscomb Dorm Council fPresident1 Phillip Silvernail, Irving Business Administration Larry Simmons, Dallas Aerospace Technology Society of Engineering Technicians. B Honor Roll Barbara Siver, Arlington Mathematics Sans Souci fTrea,surerl, Math Club fSecretary-Treasurer! -'br Esta Skinner, Mesquite Government ,,.-Q Methodist Student Center, Honor Roll Q Robert Sklnnef, G1-and Prairie Physics Baptist Student Union fExecutiUe Councilj, Physics Club fPresia'entj Kenneth Smart, Dallas Mathematics Math Club Carole Smith, Dallas Chemistry Ready To Meet The World Charles Smith, Fort Worth History SEA Douglas Smith, Fort Worth Music Dwain Smith, Dallas Business Administration, Accounting D, Irving Electrical Engineering Alpha Sigma Chi lPresidentj, Student Council, Ideas and Issues Committee lChairmanj, Election Committee KChair- manj, Phi Kappa Theta Lee Smith, Arlington Electrical Engineering Milburn Fort Worth Civil Engineering ASCE Student Chapter, Vaqueros Obrey Smith, Fort Worth Electrical Engineering IEEE . Ronney Smith, Irving Civil Engineering ASCE h Samuel Slfllth, Arlington Electrical Engineering IEEE 0 William Smith, Hooks Civil Engineering ASCE Student Chapter fAdtvisory Board! James Sockwell, Dallas Business Administration John Soules, Dallas Business Administration Michael Spiro, Chicago, Ill History . William Spruiell, Irving Business Administration Daniel Squibb, Dallas Business Administration Trinity House Dorm Council, Honor Roll Patrick Squires, Fort Worth Aerospace Engineering Beta Phi Omega, Society of Engineering Technicians. Phi Kappa Theta, Inter- dormitory Council KPresident2, Trinity House Council fltepresentatiuej Dan Sramek, Grand Prairie Electrical Engineering Don Stabeno, Arlington Physics Karen Stabeno, Garland English DOH Stalflek, Arlington Chemistry Aegeidae. Circle K. Pachl Dorm Council KPresidentl, Phi Kappa Theta, Student Government Representative Beverly Stanford, Arlington English Sans Souei lSecretary2. Sigma Tau Delta. Phi Kappa Theta George Steele, Grand Prairie Biology Pi Mu 'Of "5"'pir Q ,4-' if .. AE, if-rf' L- 'Sf 'fi-' A x if 41" 1-,A ,295 41" Johnnie Stegemoller, Hamrlton Electrical Engineering IEEE Tommy Stephens, Grapevine Economics -r--N fv- 'VS X ffs? Qu Q! Nba' 9-k, 'www- Cheerleader Sharon Terrill leads Rebel fans in support of football team. A1'1th0ny Stewart, Grand Prairie Business Administration Baptist Student Union Honor Roll Robert Stewart, Hurst Biologv Press Club P1 lllu Honor Roll Arlington Bevzew tFd1torj Beuezlle tEd1tor Fallj Sara Stokes, Fort Worth Mathematics TSEA Math Club Jaynne Storey Fort Worth History Vaqueros tTr'easur'er'J, Karuso Pteros tSocial Chairrrzanl Western Day Queen, Lipscomb Hall Dorm Council tSociaI Chairrrianl James Stracener, Dallas . or -rar Civil Engineering ASCE Student Chapter' Malcolm Strange, Dallas Electrical Engineering Aegeidae, Epsilon Nu Gamma, Phi Kappa Theta, Student Gouernrnerit, Student Ac- Q- tivities Board, IEEE, COMSO. Favorite Paul Strong, Arlington Mathematics ACM, IEEE. Cir-cle K, Baptist Student Union Cyfll Slllak, Arlington Spanish Suzy, ,,g.-f" -' 1-saw, , as...- X A ' Alpha Sigma Chi, Newman Club, Honor A , P ,,.. ,. RON - - Larry Swaim, Fort Worth Business Administration. Accounting Ron Talley, Fort Worth 'rw' Business Administration Tom Tanner, Arlington E Business Adrninistration. tllarketing if Henry Tate, Waco Civil Engineering ASCE Student Chapter .3-5...-s ,fgm K 'SI-F' James Thomas, Fort Worth Electrical Engineering IEEE fVice-Chairman, Publicity, Refresh- ments! A Robby Tl'101'I'1aS, Fort Worth Business Administration. Accounting Pre-Lau' Club. Phi Kappa Theta Bobby Thompson, Arlington Business Administration Pi Sigma Epsilon fPublicity Chairmanj Jack Thompson, Dallas Mathematics William Thompson, Fm-l, Worth Industrial Engineering Epsilon Nu Gamma, Honor Roll Jean Ann Tinsley, Arlingtgn English Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Kappa Theta Arturo Torres, Dallas Government Ncuiman Club fPresidentj, Track Team Barbara Totten, Fall Worlh History Sans Souri Dwight TOUGH, Richardson Industrial Engineering Alpha Sigma Chi, AIIE, Phi Tlufla Curtis Totty, Dallas Mathematics Harold Townsend, Dallas lVlafhf-matics ROH3lfl Tflblile, fllpbllrng Business Administration Kappa Q0 .39 Melvin Taylor, Dallas Business Administration Gary Teague, Fort Worth Civil Engineering Bill Thafp, Fort Worth Aero-space Engineering AIAA lPresidentj, Phi Ka Arlene Thomas, Fort Worth Mathematics Karuso Pteros KVice-Pres Treasurer! Vaqueros, lllafh Club K- 5545 .inks Sf' W' - Architecture, Architectural Engineering rx susan, 7' f, F l is l T g K , - - S NX., is el ' as l If X we 1' 'X ' t sg fi l 35? X it lm x Q3-'sv Graduating Rebels Luellen Ufheil, Dallas Biology Koshari fPresidentj, Student Government fSecretaryl, Phi Kappa Theta, Honor Roll Carole Vadner, Fort Worth Business Administration, Accounting .guns Souci, Phi Kappa Theta. Honor 0 l Anthony V3-11013, Grand Prairie English Sigma Tau Delta, ASC Lab Band Kenneth Vaughn, Grapevine Business Administration, Accounting Football fLetterman, All-Southland Con- ference, Most Valuable Back, Sportsman- ship Award, All Texas, Captain, Scholas- tic Awardj David Vines, Dallas Business Administration J. D. Wade, Abilene Business Administration Inter-Dorm Council Floyd Walker, Arlington English Sigma Tau Delta lSecretary, President, Achievement Awardj, Woodrow Wilson Nominee, Nancy Jones Scholarship in English, Press Club, Communications Committee, The Arlington Review fEdi- torj, Reveille fCopy Consultantj John Wallis, Dallas Mechanical Engineering ASSSME, Student Government Kenneth Walters, Fort Worth Engineering Track David Walton, Dallas Mathematics William Waltrip, Dallas Psychology Linda Warner, Dallas Sociology Arlington State Sociological Association. Sociology - Who's Who Nathan Warren, Fgrt Worth Mechanical Engineering SAE, ASSSME fVice-Chairman! Fleming Waters, Irving Mechanical Engineering D011 W3.tSOI'l, Cleburne Mechanical Engineering Larry Webb, Dallas Aerospace Engineering AIAA fPublicity Chairmanj, SAE Norris Weir, La Porte English Basketball, Track Pegge Whatley, Mansfield English James Wheat, Dallas Mechanical Technology James White, Dallas History, Pre-Law Pre-Lau' Club GGOI' 9 Whltehl ht, Arlington g g Business Administration ROTC Officefs Club Jackie Whitley, Fort Worth English Bob Whitten, Dallas Business Administration, Accounting Delta Sigma Pi, Tennis Varsity Carolyn Wietkoswki, Arlington English Phi Kappa Theta, Sigma Tau Delta, Sans Souci Walter Wilbur, Arlington Industrial Engineering Baptist Student Union, AIIE. Student .Activities Committee Cindy Wilkerson, Arlington Mathematics Karuso Pteros tTreasurerj, Math Club. Phi Kappa Theta, SEA Robert Williams, Arlington Civil Engineering Student Chapter ASCE Samuel Williams, Fort. Worth Industrial Engineering , 5: . 5 f Newman Club, IUIIE fVice-Pres.j U ' Wayne Willis, Arlington Business Administration Linda WllSh1r8, Mansfield Mathematics Deana Wilson, Waxahachie English. Hugh Wilson, Arlington Civil Technology it "'L'i-Z, is 4- A ya Scotty Wimberly, Fort Worth History Don Windham, Cleburne Business Administration Kenneth Wofford, Dallas Mathematics Away We Go! rv, -err" ,f 2 pf-Q QT- Clyde Womack, Fort worth Business Administration, Accounting Phi Kappa Theta Lowry Wood, Bedford Business Administration 'L- Q-..... 'Vx vi- 4. -,gs . to vaga- 475 ri -if at - S 1 Psa it 5 X J is gg ,X 3. ' 9 t Mar Woodson, Arlington lm X5 English I I Sigma Tau Delta . Lloyd Woolverton, Fort Worth 7 A at History I A Dave Wright, Grand Prairie Geology , Geological Society g ii . J0l11'1I1y Wright, Arlington Business Administration Betty Wyatt, Dallas , " ' Business Administration Vaqueros KSef-refaryj, Western Day fif ty! Queen ' N John Yantis, Arlington "" Mechanical Engineering . Alpha Phi Omega fDistinguished Service S "'f tv- Key, President, Historianj, ASSSJWE Michael Yarbrough, Abilene , i Electrical Technical W l"' ,- -,n. ,I ,n" ASCSET LOUISQ Yates, .Houston English, Spanish Sigma Tau Delta William Yates, Dallas Civil Engineering ASCE Howard Y63.I'y, Cleburne lf 1 Civil Engineering 1 -'ki ' B I N XX Alan Yl.l1'TI13.I'1, Kearny, N, J, f ll' 'Q' 5 History " Tau-Delt. Military Officers Club xx E 5 Mlke YOL1flg, Carrollton Qs S Psychology Q X Y f Football ,,'7l:i' Bill Zigrang, F01-r Worth "N 5 'Z'l Business Administration M' sr- Don Zimmerer, Amarillo V' N ig- Mechanical Engineering rw' SAE. ASSSME Carol Barnes, Fort Worth Post Graduate - Chemistry Bobbi Ragatz, Miss Dixie Belle, and Scotty Nicholson, Johnny Reb, greet KLIF disc jock- eys Charley Brown and Irving Harrigan as they arrive for Courtesy Day. JUNIORS fi- Us X X , . AX X ll i r Lui L-', Paula Acuff, Ft. Worth Michael Addison, Ft. Worth Bobby Adkins, Arlington Henry Adkins. Terrell , , iwrx -W 'W' JW 5 f "' 'N Charles Alexander, Ft. Worth A 5 S.. We Richard Alexander, Dallas Q.. f 1 " m A - - - f K1 '3-V 5 ,,., li' 2 ,f,:..- :gf 1- I ff:-iw X, ,,.t ,gy 5 'V "'- V A , ' ""f 4 .5 A . f 5 ,' t,v, Q f . ', f if .. 4 l ,... rss Y B LFE- .5 xc .1 V f fl' Riva' Y N It I 3 'K 1 ,.. W . gx X z 1 A 59' im- 'K is- 3 "' E ll 'N ax Swv 5 I mil ..n .514 GN Q7 "" Sylvia Sumner dances at the Western Dance held by the Vaqueros during the fall semester. Joe Alford, Arlington Mike Allison, Waxahachie Catherine Anderson, Harlingen David Anderson. Fl. Worth Paul Anderson, Dallas Ren Anderson, Hurst Ronald Anderson. Gainesville Gerald Ashmore, Dallas tr- 'Qna '- !p..J ' il 'av-Q., i f if .M i - -f Vs . ai J I, ,H 'S if 1 ii, tg Mme fn- 'JS' Richard Baggett, Fl. Worth Maria Ball, Dallas Mike Bandera, Arlington Michael Barnes, Arlington Sandy Barnes, Ft. Worth Stanley Barnes. Dallas Truett Bates, Grapevine Clarence Bayer, Mll9llSlFl' Randall Beeman, Arlington Faye Bell, Dallas Jim Bell, Ft. Worth Jerry Bennett. Graham Victor Benton, Arlington Ellis Bewley, lllansfield Bryan Bishop, Irving Terrance Bitenbender, Grand Prairi John Blackwell, Dallas Laura Boswell, Ft. Worth 6 Kenneth Boyd, Ft. Worth Michael Boyd, Goldsmith Ann Brackeen, Dallas Joan Brady, Dallas Jerry Bramlett, Amarillo Gerald Brett, Arlington Jim Britton, Ft. Worth Phil Brookshire, Arlington Harry Brown, Hico Michael Bruckner, Hillsboro Grady Buck, Ft. Worth Madeleine Buckellew, Ft. Worth James Buis, Ft. Worth Thomas Bullingrton, Ft. Worth Larry Burns. Dallas John Bush, Dallas Bobby Byrne, Ft. Worth Anthony Cabrera, Havana. Cuba Robert Cagley, Terrell Richard Calvert. Dallas Jack Campbell, Ft. Worth Charles Cannon, Jasper. Ala. Thomas Cannon, Dallas Ronald Canter, Hurst Al Cargile, Abilene Gaylord Carlock, Joshua Gene Carpenter, Midland Jess Carpenter, Lancaster Leon Carpenter, Dallas Don Carter, Dallas 52" Class Of Steve Bosworth, Dallas Dan Bourland, Dallas Harold Bourng. Houston William Bowen, Waco James Bowe, Ft. Worth Ellen Boyd, Ft. Worth 51' in . VY DHI 1 ' "' .. as 1 1 ,,... :?. . V F lu.- "x 1 1 967 J A 'Y 5. 'Ak 4' 5, 'H N-if ff' A ' ff'- id pi' :ghd FE ,L Y 2 0 Q" Q2 -,X ,lv xx? N, 1' fl P E .A x . 5 K 7'X 1 L J HN Cx' ,L- i'75t' KW 1 if ...kr y , .2-' 1' 31 ,A af Hola Q Bi' 'L s . sw S-N., we--.f '-' 1 ' "il U.-. V' wg' i i 13 5- , ' A . , . . 'Fi :if -- fl X 4' 'f A 'I I 14' 9-1 4 5 . ' if ' ga TEH' 11-N is . 1- QM? Q c A' Q., is , K 4' 4 sew . L. do 1. 5.-- s ignin X X 5 - Gif iw, A I fx A T' 5 if XgS's ,1SgN:z,a R "I " Sw- 5 QW. 1 If A- V, Qs, -1, - .-,Q 5., 'Wx Qs, Y Q W -Q ' X .. 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X l.,, pix-xw af' 'M-dill' Arvel Baker makes final adjustments Wlth his equipment for a surveying project L Pg, Wi, gf-rr ,Q sex.-, Z 3 f John Cochran, Fort Worth Michael Cochran, Hot Springs, Ark Gene Coffey, Red Oak Curt Cofield, Dallas James Cohen, Fort Worth Ronald Coker, Arlington Kenneth Collier, Gilmar Bobbitt Collins, Dallas Judy Collins, Whitesboro Joe Compton, Weatherford William Cook, Dallas Betty Connatser, Fort Worth c . Aw. s Ui.,,, 5851 ,i "' ' 'f"'hQr ', lu -up Y. ,W My 1-1. . .. 'wa if , fu-.'. - . 5 D Ki' 'ws w-iQ, 4, -z, 1 mli ' - .-,, A ." 9' ln. -.,,, . .,,,, -,+ 4... un. man w -u L, ' A.. ,x-I -sn .. --.Aw . ae. +... A fr-gh 1-"Q ' . H05 W in W. a, 4 M A Y -.1 i mm r A ma - was 4 -.ui ...N , A R.. Q ' w.' 7 .. pw in-gb w 'N If-4.4 -Y, ilu! a. .,- , Asn S ' n '11, . 'i' Sylvia Sumner leaves Preston Hall before the crowd surrounds her. 330 Cyril Cross. Grapevine Henry Crouch, Bridgeport, Conn. Tom Cushman, Fort Worth Howard Daniels, Waco Linda Darnell, Fort Worth Robert Davenport. Arlington Rechey Davidson. Dallas Charles Davis, Dallas David Davis, Dallas John Davis, Waco Juanita Davis, Grand Prairie Phyllis Davis. Fort Worth Robert Davis, Irving Charles Dawson, Fort Worth Ginger Dean, Dallas Scott Dean, Venus Perry Demerson, Fort Worth Roy Dempster. Dallas 'Bifida Q Q 9 .vm J, .A ,Af up.:-W.. I - M wi, "9 Q brig: . hw un-7, gan. -ww - v..,......,,,,, v --- V ff wer. .s E IV W una s.w4 Clarence Cope, Dallas gs rr-0+ Q.: ai. s William Cope, Dallas ev- X Gary Coplin, Fort Worth 5, , A' J if 2, 'IN . y I' 5- N . Paul Cordes, Arlington - A ' 'gl Barbara Counts. Texarkana V f L "ix James Covington, Cleburne Rebecca Cowley. Irving Kent Cox, Arlington Shirley Cox, Fort Worth 1 My ,N Af' 'A '54 . " 155 K., - , -2'-X I' Ns" .fl 1 I Al-J ?N fi 1' 5' 1 , r .gf ,lf .4 LS' MQ .9 1 - X0 ., 4 ' Mr. . -ills. P Q- 0- in L . 'W-.. ' QT 'fi V 4' Ag .. M, . f' . Z X' . 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Cynthia Denges, Dallas Donald Denton, Dallas James Derden, Fort Worth Marcia Diem, Arlington Glen Dillehay, Mansfield Carrington Dixon, Garland Richard Dixon, Arlington Fred Dobbs, Dallas Ronnie Donald, Dallas Michael Donovan, Waxahachie Dod Dosser, Dallas Jerry Drago, Garland Susan Doran, Dallas Dale Drennan, Alvarado Windas Dubach, Ellis, Kans. lm, ,l 'Pia ,rl- , flu ,gg 7 . , f ,Tl fsf ,ix limi mo..-. was .M - ,-if 'N WU WTS? we '14 Robert Duff, Dallas Dixie Dunbar, Harlingen Judi Dunnihoo, Wellington Travis Earhart, Dallas Bonny Edmundson, Lytle Thomas Edmondson, Dallas Gordon Elmore, Dallas Truman Elrod, Cleburne Sharon Elrod, Fort Wortih Kenneth Embry, Dallas Rupert Emison, Irving Ronald Endress, .Muenster Keith Escoe, Dallas Emilie Evans, Duncanville James Evans, Euless Ray Evarts, Fort Worth Joan Falconer, San Antonio Judy Fancher, Irving Phil Farley, Fort Worth Hal Ferguson, Haslet James Fitch, Waxahachie Victor Flatt, Waco Wendell Fleming, Dallas Michael Fletcher, Dallas Don Ford, Gladewater Doug Ford, Fort Worth Eddie Ford, Waxahachie Edward Fore, Wlhite Settlement Ferrell Forehand, Fort Worth Richard Foster, Odessa Holly Frost. Dallas Ginger Fulenwider, Dallas Penelope Fulk, Ft. Worth Gary Gabbert, Bedford Skip Ganne, Fort Worth David Garrett, Richardson Jerry Garrett, Seagoville Robert Garrett, Coleman Herbie Garrison, Fort Worth Rachel Gavia, Fort Worth Thomas Gentry, Dallas Herschel Gibbs, Arlington Harold Givson. Waco Larry Giesen, Cleburne Ann Gilbert, Fort Worth Don Gidley. Arlington Paul Gillaspia, Bowie Roger Glass, Fort Worth Teddy Gober. Fort Worth Ronnie Golden. Fort Worth Harry Goodman, Fort Worth G. R. Gordon, Fort Worth Pamela Gotcher. Denver, Colo. Allen Graham, Euless Stephen Graham, lllesquite Skip Graves. Garland Everette Gray, Dallas Gary Green, Fort Worth Chester Green, Dallas Linda Green, Euless Robert Fowler, San Antonio Jerry Franklin, Dallas Sharon Freeman, Waxahachie William Freeman, Dallas Bill Friedman, Dallas Edward Fritcher, Fort Worth wx One More Year AFR- ,, fs' 4 il 1 I sux q,,f4 Qi' '-E' Q. . g. tri 1 Nb- Q me dn A ..-.. 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X.'5,f +5 Clinken Beard checks for damaged pages before she returns her library books. A-vs. "WK C YW' ,D W lf' 1 52, A A , K 4 be EHQ- ..nluQf:g Q x J , 1 sg I .',. if gt, N Wu' "M" J s""'A vjy' 'Cl-r Lee Halkias, Wichita Falls Jim Hall, Loneta Suzanne Hall, Wicfhita Falls Dennis Halwes, Arlington Edward Hamilton, Arlington Laurence Hamrick, Fort Worth Hames Hammons, Fort Worth David Hancock, Arlington Diana Hardin, Fort Worth Ken Harp, Euless Jack Harper, Mesquite Sherry Harper, Fort Worth Sue Harper, Mansheld Charles Harrell, Fort Worth Willene Harrington, Fort Worth Thirel Harris, Dallas Haskell Harwell, Arlington Terry Harwell. Dallas Gene Harley, Dallas Donald Haynes, Dallas Thomas Hays, Waxahachie Pete Henchcliffe, Arlington Marry Henderson, Fort Worth David Hendrix, Arlington 2,1 5 Zeiss W' 333 Jon Hoaldridge, Fort Worth Ronnald Hodges, Dallas William Hoffman, Fort Worth Kerry Honeycutt. Dallas David Hope, Keene Robert Hopkins. Fort Worth Terri Horst, Wichita Falls Ronald Henson. Dallas Ronny Henson, Hurst Joann Herring, Dallas Doug Hewett. Fort Worth Monty Heying. Fort Worth William Hickman, lllineral Wells John Hilek, Arlington Acan Hill, Kopperl Joe Hill, Dallas Carol Hitter, Arlington Edward Hiorth, Fort Worth Don Hoaldridge, Fort Worth ' - ' ,sf Juniors '66 r ' 'xii Q. ,.... it if --ee .ig wg ., 1 1 l 'Q' :N ' mimi .ww A, 3 Aa .A- -va . Ruty Hosey, Arlington K Q 3 .A Sherry Hovend. Fort Worth X til' ', l Andy Howard, Garland ,sly ,.. 'iv X :Q Bill Howard, Fort Worth ' .L A y wg- X is Glen Howard. Arlington ""' ,' 'ef I W wr . in if Robert Howard, Fort Worth Allan Hrncir, Dallas Don Hrncir, Dallas Myriam Hubbard. Fort Worth Bill Hudgens, Fort Worth Miguel Hughes, Havana. Cuba Sammy Hughes. Arlington Charles Hutchison, Dallas Johnnie Hunt. Fort Worth Clayton Huntington. Jefferson Al Hydak, Fort Worth Nicolas Iqlecia, Hatorey, Puerto Rico Mike Irmerarity, New Boston Rachel Isaacs, Fort Worth Douglas Jakuhik, Temple Lynn James, Fort Worth Michael Janick, Dallas Warren Jann, Fort Worth .'l -ws 'Sa' 'R is 1 4 if if I'-' C- f x , 5, -1 E ' I l Q. Q. S-, M A, I ' N-F' Ff- Rx 422131: us.J.l..v 42:11 ,'sr'j 2 TFJSAE' "o,'I."oz- - 7' '.1 .-12.22. K' .f A .A :,':':'1" Q 4 , 7-q,wj.? , 45" . 'N , uf- rl , fr, l N :M EJ f 1 fVk QL- Y.. . Carolyn Johns, Arlington -gf Clifford Johnson, Fort Worth Doris Johnson, Dallas if f 5 Freddie Johnson, Fort Worth N, ' ' ?. 1, b ,: U 'X A T' "S" Janice Johnson, Fort Worth A. X I 3 li' Johnny Johnson, Arlington A .i' , vu. k ,L N 1 Si 71 Kb x .A Y .W l + ts? N V ---., On N uf? ale , I X X ix, Y A if .. N , 4' - .jvirsivf -. mx 1 .W2v?'.i.rN: H -. .sm , -p., Y. 'X 5 i 6 R Xb, ---...W A pretty coed spends her hours between classes studying in the library. Michael Johnson, Dallas Norman Johnson, Post Robert Johnson, Wichita Falls Coy Jones, Dallas David Jones, Dallas Richard Jones, Arlington 7. 153' - X " .gf : 5 'f' 4 K ,..,, ,. 1- K -2-- ' ,, ' fa n 'Q' tvs-' ,'1t f-W if H W I J I A - A A I 1 A .. . lm., - la .r-s ,9- .QQ L 2, 1 gi "N ,L x ta- 41' ' " A, W , Y. ' , 'vi-so ' Steve Jones, Dallas Don Jordan, Fort Worth Phil Joseph, Dallas Jim Justice, Maypearl Kapadia Jitendrakumar, Surat, India Armin Karbach, Arlington Thomas Karr, Fort Worth Ray Keel, Fort Worth Dewayne Kelley, Midland Janet Kelly, Fort Worth James Kerl, Dallas James Kevil, Arlington Jack Kilpatric, Kerens Inkon Kim, Korea Charles Kimbrell, Fort Worth Jerry Kirkham, Dallas Robert Kirkham, Boxton David Kizer, Dallas John Kumpf, Arlington Warren Lambert, Irving Gary Lancaster, Arlington Judy Land, Dallas John Land, Fort Worth Michael Langdon Fort Worth Donald Langford, Welling John Lapp. Eden Margie Lapp, San Angelo Raymond Larson Fort Worth Edwin Leavenworth. Dallas Barlow Leef, Harlingen Connie Lee, Arlington Gwendolyn Lee, Dallas Robert Leicht. Dallas Warren Leffier. Fort Worth Tommy Leslie, Big Spring John Levens, Fort Worth Alton Lewis, Athens Dewey Lewis, Dallas Kay Lewis, Rising Star Dennis Little, Ennis Bill Lockhart, Dallas Don Long, Toledo, Ohio Charles LoPresti. Du ncanuille Jan Loven, Fort Worth Edward Lunt, Fort Worth Reginald Lyle, Arlington Marti Maben, Fort Worth Woody Mabry, Mesqzlite 'fl' 1, up 1 X 4. ff. n 9 .., Nv- i Q.. James Klutz, Arlington Douglas Koenbrnick Fort Worth Stanley Koonsen. Holland Gwendolyn Kraatz, Dallas Donna Kramer, Fort Worth David Kuhlmann. Bullard E!- vQ tx un.. I '84, Q' -45 ASC Juniors 's" if m Q . XSARWGY I D x I " , X an g g xl L K 'Q "' X e l f' if M I ,, ,, 5,5 ' 'M' V 'K x I x Y L04 5 iss' Q, , , . Q X N' 2 -' 89 QT ie 's Y- Q 5- V Z X, ,, Q I '95, .A- . xl 5 I A, -we . 353' 4, . 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"lsQi2i4t.+a.A1'Qr?f, ff x 3---' Freshman Richard Laws completes a let- tering project for a Technical Illustration Lis I 9 'Sify mf ,J Class -.Q 21 J .lx . .X mv , ps, si X . A, PDA Ji 'Q-. gf 'Y ,K , I f W.. 5 mr' . Q ff Q ,. .A l . gg 4 3 23? Ann Mathes Athens Susan Mays DeSoto Karin McAlistor Arlington James McAnally, Dallas Matt McBride, Houston Jerry McCarley, Quitman Howard McCarthy, Coahoma Eddie McClendon. Fort Worth H. D. McElreath, Big Spring Clifford McKenzie Fort Worth John McKinstry, Denison Rita McKissack, Dallas Robert McMil1on, Euless Robert McMahon, Weatherford Wayne Meadlin, Fort Worth Donald Mebus, Arlington Betty McLugin, Dallas Lynn Meyer, Dallas Larry Miles, Bedford Tanya Miller, Arlington Walter Miller, Fort Worth Jack Mills, Dallas Jackie Moe, Dallas Frank Moeller, Waco .,-- " 337 z, f er i. , ,. 4-is QF' ,ygamiifi mv" I 1 lj' s y -I . . , f 'Cs . Fif- . N' --if 'M V f ,,, ' E wr to , . , ' ff! lf Pl ...si lil V N I A ' I ,, -ft A f Toni Cowen helps George Donavan ease the pres- sure of finals. John Morris, Arlington Curtis Mosley, Arlington George Mount. Dallas Jimmy Mullens, Fort Worth Thomas Mundheim, Fort Worth Antoinette Murphree, - I 1 A x Q. nr? 'X Burleson Mary Murphy, Port Arthur Frank Murtagh Niagara Falls, New York , 3, Michael Nau, Dallas Wayne Nelley, Weatherford ,, V' Tom Neighbors, Irving John Nelson, Dallas fr. f-fs , , Glenn Nelson, Fort Worth Tena Nelson, Dallas William Nevius, Arlington Frank Newby, Arlington Roy Newman, Arlington Tommy Newsom, Fort Worth 338 f J fer A4361 so X Atidet Mokavej Bangkok. Thailand William Mokry, Dallas David Montgomery, Richardson Feland Montgomery, Dallas Brenda Moore, Fort Worth Ismael Morales, Dallas Joe Morgan, Fort Worth Betty Morris. Fort Worth 4 ,.r.f! - Q. 5 iw-.,.,, , - "' X ' . , up. ' L- Bill Mohr, Irving A Yrs- Ar ' , Q' ' 4- 5. L., Eff' 1 1 h ll ., sv " .1 X 1, '19 Mr ' ,,,.. 'F " Q 2 4 ' N N? , t fu i i ll , H. -Q, .. 494 t ' A wgi f w XM' M six l ixm N wt VG 1 vp. E A exft S' tl ' v tt, ,N . . t U ,.1,,,w,w ,. Qu- ' g. 1+- Q-.. x QQ if .:, l . 4 - lk Q l so is QM' 1 x 3 , it 3 'll eii Douglaston New York Sharon Noah Arlington Mark Norris Fort Worth Richard Norwood, Forney Frank Oliver, Fort Worth Charles Osborne, Arlington Eleanor Otto, Dallas Keneth Otto, Arlington Ken Ozee, Fort Worth Russell Page, Dallas James Parchman, Fort Worth Faust Piarker, Fort Worth James Parsons, Fort Worth Roy Patridge, Arlington Mary Patterson, Fort Worth ,of Darrell Paulk, El Paso Karen Paull, Arlington Sparky Pearson, Fort Worth wi' Frederick Pebworth, Fort Worth Cheryl Peeler, Midland 5. N. K. x Q 1 David Pendleton A ' Stephenville f Rene Pena Galveston 'N KW -of-K. ' g ,K Qs Joe Perez, Fort Worth Y 3 . Chet Pientecost Irving Rudolph Perry, Dallas PW 'V t A Joanne Peteet Arlington 1 MTN Allan Poole Fort Worth Jim Porter Lubbock Molly Poteet Fort Worth ig ' Joby Pike, Diincanville ,X . 6 -- ., 4, ,.,, Harkins Rea, Hurst 5 .gig W is ' :ss . ,Q Q, yi Charles Quick, Butler "N ' W Jerrold Raskin, Dallas ... Margaret Ratliff, Irving ' i David Redd, Grand Prairie ,, , ,TV J w 0 f ,,l, nz is-:iii 5 Jimmy Reed, Dallas William Reese, Dallas Jerry Rench, Fort Worth John Rhea, Osceola Robert Rhea, Arlington James Rhodes, Cleburne David Richter. Dallas Pat Ricks. Fort Worth Ann Roberts, Duncanville Richard Robinson, Richardson Donald Rockett, Grandview William Rodriguez Fort Worth Ronald Roeder, Dallas John Rogers, Fort Worth Randy Rogers, Arlington James Rose, Cleburne Marian Rose, Fort Worth Frank Roznovsky, Dallas Sammy Rudell, lllarshall Karen Rush, Arlington B. Sally Head unscrambles her supplies to start an art project. W 2' ,. I u. ,W -:Zigi is 'sr ti' 'QI' L. S ' ,- -as 3- ,ss J,-F 'Wifi 'x n J 4 -. E Y 7' J tqsl Q- f- A " B-f x J .vs , - 'QQ ' x '34 x W- 4---... ' Q- Q-. - W Q .' -' ' ikgq' 2 ,.. "rv-' .-., 1 e - 3' 6 pv' . 'Vt " . r Ronny Russell, Fort Worth ' VS " K :tl Jimmy Sain, Fort Worth fi Q 'ss ' A ,If X .., :S - f '2 . ,t 2 2 ,ff John Saldana, Dallas gf 4, Lucy Saldana, Fort Worth T' t M 1 gi, f Q, fl 1' xX,l Ti. '55 .. "Q fo Sammye Salling, Dallas .-fl. 3 :J Johnny Salter, Waco 1 I " . ' g Frank Sanborn Dallas Harold Sanders, Fort Worth A X li Three-Year Rebels fm Q"" Q'-7 ii Mfifw 32 wi.-fe ... '.,,.--"L-nv, ,,,..Qmx F. ,fn ',:,,,,.nns'WmhQG Q Kenneth Sargent, Hurst James Sawey, Fort Worth Andrew Schellenberg, Dallas Leo Schindler, Dallas Oliver Scott, Dallas Robert Scott, Fort Worth f Judy Sellers, Grand Prarie' f Donald Settlemeyer, Duncanville A Alicia Sevier, Arlington James Shadle. Fort Worth ,. 4, Q an f. M ,A David Shaffer, Carrolton 1' Scotty Shallcross, Arlington :ll Horace Sharp, Dallas ' 'J ,,,, 1.:Q,.A q W, T. Shaw. Arlington it vi , . va-X ,- ' .' ' ,f 'ns , Q .,,, 1, ,,,, QA t ,, ' 'Qu' Nw V .,,,. A - ii .2 lxw- fv' ' fy f W ' vm fy Q ta Ve. SYN V24 Q-.,- RT' A ,Q 79,7 535 5- 1 X 49'- T...-. ., , ,V ' 9, A l A av-1 fi , , WM... , N . - - - aff X . K, .22-522, . ...f -5 ,467 jxwf? , tx M ' 1: X7 .t ,xx-1 .9 rf Robert Shepek, Fort Worth Guy Sheppard. Fort Worth James Sims, Fort Worth Richard Sisk, Royse City Bill Sladounik. Fort Worth Eddie Smallwood, Decatur Bennie Smith, Illidland Cecil Smith, lllt. Calm Donald Smith, Dallas Donald Smith. Andrews Douglas Smith, Dallas George Smith, Waco Glenn Smith, Arlington James Smith, Richardson Ken Smith. Grand Prairie Lynn Smith, Dallas Marvin Smith, Garland Michael Smith, Dallas Nancy Smith, Grand Prairie Philip Smith, Fort Worth William Smith. Fort Worth Don Snodgrass. Irlalou Charles Sowell, Cleburne Secundino Sosa. Dallas Michael Soward, Arlington George Sparling. Grand Prairie Nancy Spell, Arlington James Spellings, Fort Worth Gerald Spencer. Dallas James Spillman. Irving Gary Spinks, Grand Prairie Wesley Spradley, Fort Worth William Springer. Dallas Edward Standifer. Dallas Billy Steele. Leonard Bennie Stephens. Dallas Grady Stephens, Olney Frances Stevenson Fort Worth Earnest Stone, Mesquite Donald Strickert Grand Prairie Robert Strickland, Dallas Michael Stroud, .Mineola Gary Sturgeon, Waxahachie Sylvia Summer. Grand Prairie Wilma Summers. Irving Barbara Sury. Arlington Molly Switzer, Grand Prairie Reza Tadayan. Yazd, Iran Sheila Tallon, Arlington Bill Taylor. Fort Worth Three Down, One Richard Smith. Odessa Robert Smith. Dallas Ronald Smith. Dallas Scott Smith, Arlington To Go nv-- PF .4 Q77 1' x 1, AA .rs , Q- if 1.-.1 Q- vi XZ?-r l V Y" Q A ii! A I- f ff' C, in x f4,-1 ,Ge ,,. I ,vs -an hiv' :fi i 0 U a f" fm, K T ' K, . V., A ml 55'-5 X Cv' ..,p Q' A f , ..- , vs 1.- -. .. V , X ' ww. X . was. , 5 'N 'Q- fawli' X 3 it -rv Ili xf i in-4' M K -'ie i an sa. Q. N hs. fp ,,. , .f"'-fa. '.' , mivmgfm' If an 'Us QS-'-" ' f hi Bill Taylor, Fort Worbh Glen Taylor. Arlington ' Woody Taylor, Dallas George Teague, Hurst ff ww , v . AW .. . .Mx , a Q.. dbx ingu- W' 'Q is? A Alan Teal, Fort Worth iw- i John Telford. Arlington gi Q V Frances Thompson. in. 'W 'E' Arli . ' -ff Gerald Thompson Shelia Sewell gathers information from the card s tft e X? s. 55 W 5 X vb- 1 . 9, ,,,,,.,,A,,.,. If - 99'- ,ow ., N fl l l . . .,.f, Aw an ,Q A My ,QM c Et' ,' F off Worth index in the library. ..7 aa, R , ,. 'l fin ,e V?" x-4, Q- -' w 1 .5 ' 1,2 als - 2 5 MJF- . yu 1Z""' 5.1, .JQTMJ if -4 Q.. 1 . 'Zin' N .5 i7 Am M 'xii' 'six 'ix Q? fa C' 1'-X YF' 12' tb X , 5.32.1 I ' 50-'X Q i - "ig E, im 'W ' 2 X gl f-... , .sm - - LeRoy Thompson Fort Worth James Thornton, Arlington Robert Tigner, Whitney Janice Tilford, Fort Worth David Timmons, Van David Titsworth, Dallas Lee Torbett, Marlin Samuel Toub, Dallas Gilbert Trevind, Dallas Walter Trewin. Dallas Ann Troyer, Fort Worth Robert Tubbs, Dallas Bill Tucker. Grand Prairie Judi Turnbow, Ft. Worth Weldon Turner. Alerlo Victoria Turpin, Dallas Gerald Tyner, Corsicana Henry Urquhart, Dallas Walter Vail Muskegolz. llflichigan Travis Van Hoose Bridgeport Colleen Waddell, Hurst Liz Waggener. Fort Worth Don Waldrop, Arlington Reba Walker, Dallas Edwin Waller, Colleyville Autrye Warren, Dallas Lela Warren, Fort Worth Mike Warren. Wilmer Patricia Warren, Irving Carolyn Waters Fort Worth Damon Watkins, Early Ronald Watkins, Corsicana Terry Watts, Dallas Morris Waxler. Johnson City Douglas Webb. Irving Stephen Van Horn Valdosta, Georgia James Vaught, Waxahaehie Kenneth Vines, Mineral Wells Beverly Vinson, Fort Worth John Vinson, Dallas James Voss, Arlington S42 f 1 gg rx Q ' "ix L- A Tx . .. . . ,, ,L .J Kiss, 'Iv' his will 155' Q. I +. " 5 D Y Junior Rebels ,gi Wm , ns 4' I 'X -, sr" S' g , ii W M Q, ' . 'E ig " " ,f 4'- al ,-.1 , . A Q A s' RX J , PSTN ,Qg 'z' N A A Q-" an in GL- ez 'rj A "N---......f-' ,.4:fl -A. s 3. f ff' Gerald Webster, Texarkana 4 Danny Weeks, Stanford A gg-A .hi William Wemiy, Dallas f A A up 'G' William Wharton ,,,Q, W if as xx-1 Fort Worth ' , I ' Scott Wheeler. Fort Worth L ,, , 'A 6 Q . A., Qt' ,, Y Y ' Q yi nu ts I 'ala I Q is ' zf zrl, X- i 'J J r 1' H 4-L,,z '.e Carroll Wietkoswski, Arlington , h 1, A ,L 55 ,X Charles Whisenand 7. nf' Q is Fort Worth ' 1' Gloria White, Dallas - Gary Whitfill, Fort Worth ' W, ' ' h' , s f' lil, ' Keith W itsel Galveston A 2 hx M X? Roger Wilkinson, Dallas Anthony Willenborg, West Jimmy Willeford, Fort Worth Harley Willett, Dallas Dolores Williams. Dallas .- "5'x W.-'Zo JG, '::" 'LL Jimmy Smith and Laird Gillespie play defensively as Gary Turner helps Devra Boater make a bid. Larry Wiliams, Mesquite Myra Williams, Dallas Bruce Wilson, Fort Worth Floyd Wine, Arlington Jere Winter, Fort Worth Ellyne Wisenbaker, Garland Carol Witherspoon, Fort Worth Louis Wittkower, Dallas Larry Wittmann, Hurxt Jack Womac, Dallas Norman Woodall, Grand Prairie Jerry Woodlock, Fort Worth Larry Woodson, Arlington Michael Woodson, Waco James Wray, Grand Prairie Ronald Wright, Fort Worth James Wright, Dallas Vernon Wrinkle, Duncanville H. F. Wurzbach, Fort Worth Larry Wygant, Grand Prairie Marvin Yeakle, Arlington Robert York, Arlington Larry Young, Fort Worth Maria Zamora, Fort Worth Jsggannmswww fJ-' 4 1 ,i I lbw him Sf- xn... s it Y, ,, ,F r rs l j, 5 Q w . .wily in P fi . ii,.Qsf x i rv- :VN s tix' l s in i ii, ,. ,, ,. , ' fi Q A 3. 1 E ,X V 4 4 L A , sz-1 if . ., 55 , X .2 if Ago .lf 5. 6' :V N I' if so iff? rm Clifton Abernathy, McKinney Johnnie Adams, Arlington Mike Adams, Dallas Tommy Adams, Dallas Judilyn Akey, Fort Worth Don Alexander, Fort Worth M,-wa A , :fr ,gs . -, ,- - ,,,. . W, , V l ,g ,5 .N ,ff N. . : ' ' I X X 1 'Nj ' V,v, Cf 7. -J : vs,...N 7 " ' A Q 1 E i 1 rv, if f, ns, , , fa.. I r 1- ,W ,, .x gas K' " " Vik! i is my Q eff. . .isE+."fa?Nl, in 'T'-sf .f sw A tr' ' llf Fred Tart constructs a helium-neon gas laser for use in the Physics Department. Kenny Alexander, Olney Hashim Ali, Diwaniyah, Iraq Marsha Alldredge, Midland Karen Allen, Hurst Mike Allen, Fort Worth Robert Allen, Arlington Michael Allums, Garland George Anderson, Waxahachie 05, i li V 'xr 'DM' f W ',-12' X - i its iv- , . -,- i '51 s n .K fi 'Q xx,-X i , .... l if Y: 'v -V . I I af- i ' -'Q fi- 1 s r ' A, 2 5 N , 1 , , ,, ,S ' Q 4' s X . .l ,L e Z l rg, ag. ir., X V' S L an , , ' Q t . ., in i? Monty Anderson, Fort Worth Lewis Anderton, Dallas Karl Andrews, Arlington Mary Alice Andrews, Irving Susan Andries, Fort Worth Al Anglin, Fort Worth Jimmie Ansley, Fort Worth Phyllis Anthony, Arlington Harold Armstrong, Amarillo Dana Ascue, Arlington Jeff Ashlock, Arlington Helen Ashmore, Dallas John Atchley, Grand Prairie Marti Atkerson, Arlington Robert Awanessian, Dallas Chris Bachman, Wichita Falls David Bailey, Grand Prairie Carl Baker, Fort Worth 347 Kenneth Barnes, Fort Worth Robert Barnes, Rochwall Tye Barnett, Arlington William Barnett, Fort Worth Larry Barrick. Wayne Barry. Arlington Dallas Darryl Barton, Arlington Bobby Bates, Fort Worth Nora Bates. llrlexia Marieluise Baur. Arlington Larry Baxley. Callas Larry Beam. .Mason Claudia Beavers, Fort Worth Freddie Beck. lllesquite Linda Beck. Fort Worth Donald R. Beddingfield. Duncarwillv Ronald Beddingfield, Duncanuillv Donna Beene. Fort Worth James Beene, Boerne Sheila Bell, Bedford Barbara Bell. Fort Worth Phil Belt, Corpus Christi Terry Bennett. Arlington Skip Benson, Duncanville Donald Benton. Arlington Linda Benton. Barbara Berg, John Bernard. Richard Berry. Allen Beseda. Lancaster Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Dallas John Baker. Fort Worth Kay Banks. Dallas Rosemary Barajas. Fort Worth Wayne Barbee. Dallas Neal Barkhurst, Irving Maurice Barksdale, Fort Worth Q, , . -9' 5 .. .-. . I ,.. 9- B N 4 " Q gf' ' 'C 4 1 SA., 'Q',, 'Q-....,, his usd f I' A 1 5 39 ts' A .par- A tx J .a,l .. 'fi . an , er. 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' Lynne Bishop, Fort Worth V ', Q, ' Ning -.Q .,,. , V5 , X 5 Q' K- A.. ll 'Q' 'KM James Bjork, Dallas iw , K , ,K 4 as., Glenda Blackwell, Lampasas : CB 'W' Henry Blankenstein, Waco Q, 'Ss ,' -Q-'rw rs' J X ,q s ga ,X M 5' ' w as may . ,l,,l A -ill Fi ""? ff' iii' S --:-' .4 Ir- 2 in va'- fair IWW V AV,, l.l, A 5 W :U , is gfe- VU! f A -fx Ig, 2 M' 9 P! QW ,HV ,. i X g vi' 9' ,-5 -1-4. ,f i is if xx., ...4.... f Gary Blass, Arlington, Va. Johnny Blesi, Arlington Herbert Blevins, Fort Worth Kelly Blomdahl, Grand Prairie Charles Blomquist, Grand Prairie Gary Blum, Fort Worth Joel Boles, Forney Daniel Bonne, Odessa Gerald Borders, Dallas Arthur Borne, Fort Worth Lynette Borotf, Arlington Billy Boswell, Dallas Lynda Bothe, Fort Worth Bonita Bower. Dallas James Bower, Arlington Lory Bowles, Hurst Barty Boydston, Decatur Sammie Boydston, Fort Worth Eddie Boyce, Irving Robert Boykin, Richardson Glenn Brandon, Fort Worth Reid Brandon, Dallas Lawanda Branum, Fort Worth Billy Brassell, Mineral Wells Dwight Braswell, Rockurall Mike Braswell, Texarkana 4 Gary Brewer, Dallas 'W '-A Rickey Bridgewater, iw - Fort Worth 9 N Valerie Briggs, Dallas ' DeLaine Broadie. Fort Worth Sherry Brisco, Fort Worth John Brotherton, Hurst Judy Brougham, Arlington James Brown, Euless ng 've 3'3- , L. . , L Jeff Brown, Big Spring V if 7' in 4 , Q George Brown, Waxahachie g 63 Q, f A nh. li if , Mary Lee Brown. Arlington N 1, 5. ,V QV A , Q in A' Richard Brown, Fort Worth -- ---. ,,,., Edie Brusewitz, Abilene g 1 W ti im, 4 Andrew Bryan, Garland T - Jerry Bryan, Waco ,i ,Q Mary Bryant, Terrell Q ' W Jim Bubewik, Duncanville -A 'I Uv Rob Buchanan, A' 'Q Boston, lllass. , A Michael Bullock, Farmers Branch Donna Burch, Hurst Edward Burke, Dallas Marcellous Burkett, Blum Kenneth Burman, Arlington Pat Burress, Arlington Kay Lynn Burris, Fort Worth Diana Burson, Haskell Raymond Gill, Roger Howard and John Hess solve engineering problem during class period. zggl 9 xi F 'T' If-',41 Film Z c 2 ffl 2 4' ig l 1 ,aa 'ICQ ' - ., . il - -er Q . .9 C A rl 1 E'-rv' if .gm John Burt, Fort Worth Mike Burton, Grand Prairie Stan Burton, Cleburne Larry Bass, Dallas T' 0 rj-mb .1 is ' . .. FU' 4. 'sf -5 7 si' , , , ,s.'.., - . uf,',,X,. 6-' 'Ta 11 1' bi.. f-Q S Sophomores R sr- I ,,, 911. T-A we--' C .2-li .- Us mv, . 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Candy Carter, Dallas Glenn Carter, Dallas Donald Casey, Arlington Mike Cash, Irving Brian Cassady, Fort Worth Bill Caster, Grand Prairie Paul Caton, Hurst Richard Cavender, Arlington Pat Cdebaca, Plainview Andrew Celovsky, Abilene Blanche Cervantes, Fluvanna Barbara Cheshier, De Soto Johnny Chaloupka, Fort Worth David Chambers, Grand Prairie Radford Chambers, Dallas Gardner Chambliss, Fort Worth Helen Chessmore, Grand Prairie Pat Childress, New London Guy Choate, Redwood City Ben Christy, Dallas Robert Cisneros, Fort Worth Larry Clanton, Fort Wortih Don Coker, Arlington Candy Collier, Arlington Gary Collins, Dallas Nancy Collinsworth, Dallas Mike Colvin, Everman Gene Collins, Fort Worth Dianne Conaway, Fort Worth Cheryl Conway, Dallas Suzanne Cook, San Antonio Warren Cooper, Fort Worth Jerald Cope, Arlington Danny Copeland, Fort Worth Dennis Cordes, Arlington Paul Cormier, Fort Worth Albert Cornell, Arlington John Cornett, Cleburne Everett Costa, Garland Penny Cotton, Dallas John Couch, Arlington Vanyelle Coughran, Fort Worth Jerrell Countryman, Midlothian Linda Covey, Pottsboro Robert Covington, Grand Prairie Dough Cowart, Arlington Dolly Cowsar, Fort Worth Gary Cox, Dallas John Cox, Grand Prairie Ralph Cox, Garland Tad Cox, Fort Worth Theddeus Cox, Euless 352 Class of 7968 Ann Clark, Arlington Bobby Clark, Dallas Gertrude Clark, Dallas Wallace Clement, Dallas Don Cleveland, Fort Worth Wanda Clinkscales, Dallas Connie Clover, Arlington Harold Cluts, Richardson Dennis Cochran, X ,- , WM A.. ' A CL- Kb Qvv ,Q-E -Dx ' .pn,Q N-sf -4 - A, , .w x Gif K jg Al A Hot Springs, Ark. W l Mike Cockrell, Arlington Jeannie Cody, Dallas Richard Coke, Fort Worth 9 KUY 'X 5 sf' l ,pw c 'wif H W! Q Q 4 L 'V I 1 S- 54 , ffi v- TN 28 'tv' f i 43- u g -lg' 'D igit 1 i gp' ' s. l A 1117: J "r f Tl ' ,- ax- ? . V . a ii V' ,A rf STE? 1 '- QT' x,K,- W! :R Y' . A 1 7 , , N? ,nu Q. , - , 6 Us l d xt- 590 li ,Q - -x xv! ,:,, Xb ,- it ,lf 4-, , ' l' , , 1' gn Q :T ' i' -' ,vf-1 3 'Tk - ,vs :K -- ,gy . K , li.- Q - , in C' .,, . sg, . ll' ' is n ' Y I li , 1 , M3 3 ,- G fi if ,Q ,VNRUQV -7' ,h X ' I Q - D' ix? G be JL i 'WC J' it Q: lt:-' F, v l 4 1 -s 33-' . f A- ' A ei il s .1 f rn A -ee ' V Y X, , in it L. I A - is I ,E f-J-I X , 'E' H, 'gil HR. 5' V ,ri 3, b if K' D' . A L- A' ?' - , tv-v -f I , W . x l A in A My A - Lk ' Kathy Cozzens Fo t Worth Iames Craig Fort Worth -. i 5- , ,Kiki . D www' U, 'JF '-JS' Bessie Crain, Dallas D N Bert Crawford, San Benito , -'VX 1 -M qshff , , f is-We ma , f - s , ::. 1 M' f" AA A "':': N M . v r Mary Crenshaw, Fort Worth Patricia Crenshaw. Fort Worth 11" ' Tommy Crider, Terrell 5, Jerry Crim, Dallas Jean Crist, Cleburne Sally Saldo rehearses with the lab band, directed by Mr. Dan Burkholder. . 1 7 Carolyn Critz, Sweetwater 2 3 'A D lm ' Don Crowe, Dallas Bucky Crowley, Beau mont ' ,:- -it 'A '11-": 'n 15, if if Y V' M Y ' ,.. t ir , t 6. v w T' ' L...- f v- fx A Q . -. I l Uf""v Y- if 'hx-ff ff ,. in V... , , , ,,,. 1,-V t V, V, 1, F, , , sf 5 N ra-e 'E -vle ff' 21' i A M """ 1 X agp hx f Scott Culpepper, Dallas Gary Cummings, Arlington Fred Cummingham, Arlington Marcine Curb, Browntuood Jane Curry, Duncanvllle D'anna Dana, Fort Worth Fieldona Dana, Fort Worth Robert Danford, Grand Prairie Karen Daniel. Dallas John Daugirda, Arlington John Davenport. Dallas Robert Davey. Irving Burton Davis, Fort Worth Laddie Davis, Waxahachie Ted Davis, Carthage Tommy Davis, Fort Worth William Davis. Dallas Jimmy DeVault, Dallas Jerald Dewveall, Fort Worth Eddie DeYound. Arlington David Dickson, Irving Robert Diem, Arlington R. B. Dill, Mineral Wells Mike Dingus, Irving Donald Dixon, Fort Worth Billie Lynn Dodd, Fort Worth Clifford Drane, Houston David Draper, McGregor Suzanne Draper, Arlington Freddie Drennan, Arlington Robert Drowe, Chicago, I ll. Don Duhr, Fort Worth Kay Duke, I raan Larry Dunn, Dallas Marcus Dunn, Arlington Diana Durling, Gainesville Pamela DuVal, Dallas Fredrick Dydek, Fort Worth Hughe Eagle, Azle Donald East, Arlington Robert Edmondson, Dallas Charles Edwards, Arlington Chelly Edwards, Dallas Deanna Edwards, Dallas Steve Elliott, Burleson Don Ellis, Mansfield Mike Ellis, Dallas Two-Year Rebels John Dawson, Grand Prairie Pfarker Day, De Soto Caroline Dean, Dallas Mary Ailene Dennis, Dallas Bill Denig, Dallas Daryl DeVault, Dallas QM- "'N 1 i In . g ,T ...e wr, ...v- 'vs 'ie ti-- Rf 'Tr -'api -fc. 5 L Ei ' ,, .nh ,,-. Q sae IW' f 4? is ., P tm I K . 4 A ,..:4 : il 3 73' X- X w l , , 9 l ' " 9 'fi : as ,L .-1 lf F- ' 'FP f c he -,. 'V' N , ..,, -4... 'zur-' Q-:jr ' ' MW 'K A, 2 l, if - A X 41 Y Q 4- ,T ,mf in . Alix E ""l"x I ' Y ', ' pm-fiillililw , MA jj I V Q K , ' V fx g f' pw: gi f ,f :Y- 1 i " J. ' .291 t fl-W -' A , :Q ' ,, --f , J-f in t,,uF7 gf! T' "'s " AY A 34-x 4 ,yt . -gf 1 . M x ,' X i N s. A, - Gary Ellis, Ore City 'K ' 'af WO X sgnlfi 2 at Q g "" wr- vi Michael Emery, Arlington A Tommy Emmons, Dallas , f lk, s 3 5 is x s Q' .X . K aw sh- .v this an 1 E X ,, 7 L' M .-11' . :. P Eskandar Enayaatii, 1' , " - Q , ehran, Iran ltqilpai 4? A iw vs . ' 3' Brent Erickson, Dallas " gf, it gf S., Barry Erlick, Arlington Qs Q , .', .xx ,, 1 Q T Gary Esters, Fort Worth 1 wal i , mf 'ng' W J Charles Estes, Tomball 3, 5- , K in ' AA Charles Evans, Fort Worth 'f""" ggi' I V . K X 1 mix - A we , W A Randy Evans, Arlington , e ' 'r 1 it Troy Evans, Dallas Q X, M, 1 Ted Farmer, Duncanville 1 - A Ernest Wllhamsmarches with exactness lr. l g v:-' durmg the halftime exercises of a game ' V 'i"l' A V' " ,x ' - , Roger Farr, Fort Worth i 1 A A ' R I' 4 George Felixh Fort Worth .Q '63 - f,,,, A A e, " 5 f' V, --e ' y Sherrye Fels er, Brenham nf 'll' ax C ii 'N W "i' . Bonnye Jean Ferenz, A X - A wi- G g- - Fort Worth ta- .tag . Y 'S A Q or ' -. Michael Ferguson, Arlington wg X l W N g l Frank Fertitta, Dallas s ra e l frr 1 A . . X f V,y,. , r - A lg L , J P : ltt A 4' if w e ' A Fri Nelson Files, Arlington ' ' Z A A 1 A ' l' Stephen Findley, Arlington ,,,zq,Q .l 'ml ' , '55 . .,,s : fe Johnny Firestone. 55 ,Q , 5 ff , " " W' Fort Worth by , ,V W '. . ji I ' Q, Jack Fisher, Roanoke . -.,. , K ' --- fl' ,, Q Kenneth Fischer, Dallas -A f t't' ' ' X e- 1 Thomas Fisher, Fort Worth at l A -Q 1 2? N. , . ws .. 3 ,mes In I ., . .K is 1 V ,M-si ,, x 4 ': . l 1 h S x 2 a' ':-il , Sui - ' if 2' we if w..A V V . K t ,. W 4 t ,,.Av if i f ill A 475 Q0 ,.,r,, . , ,. Q. 'gf' X , H' I D K tv-" an-fr' 4 5 4 A 4s an I " , -P -by -N u ft., V 0 x 1 fr 5 5, if Larry Fitzhugh, Dallas Gordon Flagg, Grand Prairie Robert Flaherty, Arlington William Flowers, Fort Worth Wayne Fluke, Dallas Joe Foltz, Dallas Linda Forbes, Dallas Carrol Ford, Fort Worth Billy Joe Fornero, Texarkana, Ark. Gordon Fowler, Arlington Randy Fowler, M esqulte Susan Fowler, Arlington The shaded Wall between Preston Hall and the Johnny Francis Fort Worth Robert Frank, Dallas 'R' Terry Frank, Fort Worth Judy Franklin, Dallas Elizabeth Fraser, Fort Worth Gary Freer, Fort Worth M, David Fridge, Fort Worth Q. .Y :fl 1 A In Administration Building is the most popular Nancy Friedman.F t W th or or spot on campus for outdoor study. Richard Fritz, Fort Worth Jackey Fuller, Grand Prairie A - ,fffl A F iz, Jerry Fuller, Fort Worth f , Donna Fyffe, Ranger if 'G 1 " X David Gaines, Fort Worth LM Fredrick Gant, Dallas eggs Larry Gardner, Wichita Falls Karen Garner, Waco Randle Garner, Abilene Val Jean Gardner, I ruing Jerry Garrett, Arlington Tommy Garrett, Grand Prairie William Garrett, Dallas John Garth, Dallas Stanley Garchel, Arlington Judy Gathings, Arlington Darwin Geiselbrecht, Irving Sheldon Gerron, Ennis Gene Gharis, Dallas 356 Nw - 5 Q' X 11" - I' f '52 lk, sl 0 f 4 .."i r' wa- U 1 . 'uh' 1 Y Til , if Robert Gharis, Dallas Ronald Gibson, Waco Raymond Gill, Iruing Q .-f Pamela Gist, Richardson Timothy Gleason, Sophomores '66 ' -Qc. Farmers Branch John Goad, Texarkana Eddie Godfrey, Arlington I Q ' Bobby Lee Goin, Arlington " Sabino Gomez, Arlington. lb wr' ,,,A,,..x 4 I Fi wp . N sm 1 Harry Gooch, Dallas f , Charles Gooden, Arlington 2, f N ' Frank Goodman, Irving - l Robert Goodrich, Troup - Sandra Goodwin, Fort Worth ws.. 'C' 5' r A ,Tk ww 4, l Q 'X , .W it ' 'mx A Q V A 1 W ' 'N 5. i Cl fs: ff . I, iii? as 3 I 15 W , ev 4- aw Y All ,S ,si ,X E E! SL. 1 Z Guam., 'Sf' f ' I '11T'7A"? f A .5 um- X ',, y 'Q X gp, ,. gf:-V' 1121117 -4-"' xw. x. S , 4Q,,,,.-' umuf- ,,,,,,,,.. fm. X xv, wt fv- ru 5 5 g 5. W ZF' f x A A il I fl A Q ,R 1 4 l si, Eugene Gorham, Fort Worth Mary Ann Gostomski, Arlington Lloyd Gouge, Garland Richard Goumas, Fort Worth William Grady, Dallas Sue Grant, Fort Worth Michael Gray, Irving Gorman Green, Dallas Mike Greene, Saginaw Pam Greener, Fort Worth Bobby Greer, Hurst Jimmy Greer, Mesquite Gerry Gribbin, Fort Worth Michael Griflin, Arlington Ray Griffith, Fort Worth Cecilia Grimes, I rving Michael Grimes, Dallas Larry Groce, Arlington Albert Grubbs, Lake Dallas Judy Gunnels, Fort Worth Marvin Gunter, Dallas Vijay Kumar Gupta, Arlington Bobby Hackler, .Mansfield Tony Haddock, Dallas George Hahn, San Antonio Betty Hailey, Fort Worth Mike Hailey, Fort Worth Duane Hall, Dallas James Hall, San Angelo Mary Ann Hall, Fort Worth Farrell Hamilton, Arlington Lee Harmon, Arlington Harry Harr, Austin Michael Harris, Dallas Verna Lou Harris, Arlington Antoinette Hart, Cedar Hill Jan Hart, Breckenridge Larry Hassenpflug, Fort Worth Connie Hastings, Wakita, Okla Jerry Hatfield, Sherman Gary Hatley, Dallas James Haubert, Fort Worth Erin Hawkes, Arlington Dan Hawkins, Fort Worth Johnny Hawkins, Fort Worth Roger Hawkins, Cedar Hill Bryan Hayes, Midlothian Tom Hayes, Dallas Tom Hearst, Dallas Max Heidenreich, Dallas Bill Heim, Longview Lynn Heitrnan, Cedar Hill Danny Helms, Cleburne Alray Henderson, Terrell Barbara Henson, Arlington Ron Henson, Farwell John Hergenroether, Dallas Alberto Hernandez, Robstown Edward Hernandez, Dallas Paul Herring, Dallas Donna Lynn Herron, Hurst 358 Two Down, Two To Go Jana Hamlett, Dallas Pene' Harnmon, Fort Worth Shirley Hanak, Arlington Doug Hardeman, Grand Prairie Bonnie Harman, Fort Worth Janet Harlow, Louington. N. Mex. 1 K x I 3 r .Q 4'- U' W' 1 . m , y....,5 Eh: 1 2.1, s W- N 7 M , X f r . t- if Q is f 595 f , W 'f x-S' x ,vw x Q ia X -fa Q - 1' ""x 1 PA Q 9. l X fix 'YS 1 h Ln I NA Z A A 3 Qu.. ,. Q--' l Y Y x A i I ls. fm 3 f , . 1. 1 "" V ': ,QV , . - ha xt' Vis- , k ,rw t I Q, :ga R . x by I I' 4 , il, 15,1 A-A v-- K N 'W A AI J is li x ,liiili ff ' :Ti W V faq , 1,5 V , - " - . l ...H r. . "" iff Mm' xg' 95.3 N " X W Q fb' as hr vw- La Q' "' ' ,..... v'--1 ,,..... Q-,Q 4, 1 - h A r . ... Q , 'CL ' pl 1 Q -, , Q if I - if ' J - . uv--f V Qs- Ei L" ' . W I ,Z YS1 A l .I . , I Ll . is . . ng, 'I' 2 N .- - 1" an , -3- " an .Q if v 5- v ,Q bi , ., ., f Q, ,Q 1 . -.. 'M' r Q.. Q ' I 'IT' 'N' - 'S' v' . M .. x 4 9 J: V- . X 'X as fs .4 10" V, Randy Hicks, Fort Worth Jill Higgins, Grand Prairie I N ...,. ' 4 It ' 1 ta, James Hill, Irving Y im, Marc Hill, Dallas 4 X .. L ,.-41. ag , N ff . l uv- T1 CS X ....,- N, ,, X , X. ,N X. DK Vx .R X S ! N., ii r wi Mary Hill, Arlington O. Doyle Hill, Fort Worth Mike Langdon voices his Rebel spirit during a football pep rally. 'i -1 S' So i X -.. X fe get . -Q ,A Jo-Ann Hillebrenner, Dallas Sandra Hinkson, ,,, I ,N 4' Q, ' an , -1 f North Little Rock, Ark. M X 'W We """ 'N gx QV Genie Hiigog, Drglas ' l, , ' Wi iam 0 ge, nnis 'fi i' 5 K Glenda Holland, Fort worth ,yi Pam Hollinger, Arlington 1 .nm M X g A g 'V' ,Y W J N , K f Richard Hood, Fort Worth 7 ' Mary Hopkins, Arlington rf- A if -A 7 gg, Q? i... ,., Roger Hoppe, F . i 3 'gg 6 Q East Fishkill, N. Y. ,Q :I it ' - rw. ,7 W, Nell Hornsby, Mesquite ' , fu K ' - "'r'- '--ff Y Joel Horsley, Grand Prairie r - ' ' William Horst, Wichita Falls ah iris r aff! rf ' "Ph ' " ww, K . 'fir-ifafsy ,p 4 45' Q N- ' .l" .. H James Horton, Dallas ' John Hoskins, Fort Worth Grady Housewright, Hurst 'X v is G J b x. X A is Eddie Howard, Grapevine ' W 7 Z Jeff Howard, DeKalb .. hw Q: wh Q- . y'9r Aubre Howell, Arlington , o A ' 'sf l A 4... .. Q Qnllr f' , x I. , rfb Q A , , ,'.. ,,:, . V' , ,T WT' , I . f i Haan' , Ax, ,Il , A ' n ' ' Mary Huebner, Arlington 5. 4, , . . ' f an We ' Mg W1 - Gary Huffman, Euless Hunter Hughes, Arlington Guy Hull, Garland James Hunt, Fort Worth ' A ' ' ' Larry Huntsinger, Lorena i - Rfb 4 L -Q iv My QQ.. ws 1 M 1 V :tx A 1 E up-'ff I W ' :ir 4 5, w-an-.. , "Q---Q K: W ,au "1lN. x X 1 -. X f 9, Z. Q i ii 'i 1 . ' ' 'tv N. ,i ig, is 3 K lc' 1 Bruce Hutson, ' Rapid City, S. Dak. Haven Hyde, Arlington Randy Hyde, Fort Worth Karen Imber, Fort Worth Jill Jamieson, Arlington Donna Jeanes, Fort Worth 1 f A' -t " ns- fm ,S ""'1-v 5 r .J K 'Il an h A X 359 Lonnie Johnson, Arlington Lorraine Johnson, Arlington Mary Johnson, Fort Worth Ronald Johnson, Carrollton Sharon Johnson, Eastland W. Alan Johnson, Fort Worth Glenn Johnston, Dallas Braxton Jones, Cooper Clevis Jones, Fort Worth Derrell Jones, Clarksville Donald Jones, Fort Worth John Jones, Duncanuille Judy Jones, Fort Worth Nickey Jones, Grand Prairie Pamela Jones, Dallas Richard Jones, Dallas Robert Jones, Carrollton Carl Justice, Illansfield Kathleen Kane, Fort Worth Wesley Kasper, Belvidere, Ill. Charles Kee, Bedford Robert Keener, Fort Worth John Keinburg, Sydney, Nova Scotia Tani Keith, Fort Worth Nancy Lee Kelley, San Antonio Dianne Key, Arlington Sarah Killough, Dallas Lin Kirnmer, Dallas Gordon Kinney, Dallas Don Kinsey, Lake Worth ASC Sophomores Bennie Jeter, Arlington , ... John John, Arlington "i "Yi "- A 1 5 Biff Johnson, Fort Worth L. A - Denms Johnson, Fort Worth ,?x TJ 5 1 5- 1- h 'Q Gayle Johnson, Dallas I Larry Johnson, Bedford , it 'fi 5' X , . fsavx -W gs 'G ?l'Y,12'-1 . 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Richardson Connie Knight, Italy Mary Anne Knight, Dallas Mary Sue Knight, Grand Prairie Gary Knodle, Dallas Larry Korenman, F art Worth Paul Kramer, Dallas 'V' rri .ta W: 2 f- -or " .fmnuoqefgf v at s .i . . V. -V N A t, .V Carolyn Critz and Don Waldrop enjoy a walk through one of Arlington States surrounding parks. nn , 1 ,Cyl M riff! XE fn. , 'Nr ah i 4- f Q., , 1- -re lf 'Sin " a n dy: K - Sl :ld A Laurance Kriegel, Bovina Ann Kuntz, Dallas Randy Kunze, Fort Worth Ann Lamkin, Arlington. Earl Landry, Gatesville Ann Langford, Dallas Alfred Langham. Grand Prairie Mary Lattimore, Fort Worth Richard Lawson, Fort Worth Annette Layton, Arlington Gary Layne, Arlington Buster Leavell, Dallas Hubert Ledbetter, Fort Worth Edwin Lednicky, Grand Prairie Sally Ann Lee, Dallas Scott Leidolf, Dallas Virginia Lepenski, Grand Prairie Jim Level, Fort Worth Bobby Lewis, Fort Worth Charles Lewis, I ruing David Lewis, Dallas Larry Lewis, Arlington Leslie Lewis, Dallas Temple Lewis, Abilene .-1 . gf, . 4 i 'f i Cathy Lindman, Irving X 'T --,N i W ,Q ' Roger Lindsey, Dallas J m ' W 7 ' 'X '53 5, Henry Lipstraw, Lake Dallas N L. 4, A- ' , K, X David Lobb, Plano Q5 'f-e 1- '- - Roy Lobb, Fort Worth ' K -u1"'b, . Y Avi K . .1 iwsw L ' ' Eff" Jane Loiry, Fort Worth ' A " ' ' - Anthony Long, Dallas QQ , ' ' ' A ' 'f ,R - , 1.. ,qw Iliiinda LOLES, A2li?gf0n W i""" A Q A ' J onnie ng, rington ' . ' f Q A Shelia Lonzie, Dallas X3 fb SHA M X l J "Z", if .,.' l Jerry Lott, Weslaco - Johnny Loughridge, , 'fi' , Arlington ,' .' W Lloyd Loving, Dallas wg . i Q, - John Lowe, Dallas ' w... f .rf Pauline Lucas, Dallas X K' if Q A, A f ,, -if 2 rg , " XX + - ' 'fr Gerald Luke, Fort Worth ia PP., I X Q if in i N P ' A s, George Lumley, Mesquite uf, c 1 , ...A sb- Q A James Lumpkin, Fort Worth 1 ' "' wx 'N ,' ,Q ..2. l " I as, fa Larry Luper, Dallas , . '-..- A - f K- V A- , Elouise Luster, Hurst ' z 'Q-'lr A v-- , f -r-V ' -:W M 1'- Li - L J ... Y' i ,S Hubert Lynch, F ort Worth 4, , - i H ,, I QS? Leonard Lyons, Fort Worth 8 V W 'J' 'N -s -f jf, 4 Ronald Lyons, Dallas '. AQ 2 i L., , ' Paula Mabry, F ort Worth 'ff 1, -7+ T-,N Q15 f N f ' , 4 li r siwsis A ,, uf jafxx 1 Kathy Mack, Fort Worth , g ,Q A l i ,. av- g ws ' , 'ff 224 Guy MacLaughlin, Houston Nancy Maddox, Fort Worth Harold Magill, Dallas Pat Willis records the results of her organic lab experiments. . l fl 1 v 62 P i fi I I 7 u . 4 Janice Mahaney, Fort Worth Eileen Mahoney, Fort Worth ,X he .-,,... ,. v.. 1 T" Judy Malone, Fort Worth Richard Mallard, Fort Worth .- ' ASC Sophomore Rebels J. Q, i. , Si-. .l - A W, fs -4535: as j Q it Q' N ,fax 6 fm- in as f " "' . - A We k uv- .A 1 1 A 1 ig. , l - 1 , .lv Q mv ' Q-5 b, M- , Q. I, 2 - 1.4 - 1. l if ri f .Nw A F 'Q 5 321. 5- 5- ' I A ' ' 'J C 757 'Wig A . b LN , . Q I 9 I 4 aj ' 2 we 'mf 310 tttv,i " ' v i, o o ss L Q - .M .. h -i:yl tfi " 5 -' , ' Ks. .',, tj Z4 - - Q, Q, VV... - "'- , Q Q:-Ns, ki K A nn- -V N T As- X , I align it ' ,,,,, A " . 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Sammy Mathieu, Irving Kenneth Maughon, Joshua Sandra May, Dallas Jennifer Mayfield, Fort Worth Gayle Mays, Azle Truman May, Dallas Silvio Mazzella, Staten Island, N. Y. Ronald McAfee, Fort Worth David McBee, Fort Worth David McBride, Fort Worth Libby McBride, Dallas James McBrown, Fort Worth Paul McCalib, Dallas Jerry McClain, F ort Worth Jim McClellan, Dallas Ray McComb, Fort Worth Hoyt McConnell, Fort Worth Denise McCorkle, Dallas Jim McCoy, Lancaster Jerry McCoy, Fort Worth Terry McCreary, Arlington John Mclemore, Fort Worth Tom McMahan, Irving Ted McPherson, Grapevine Jeanie Mee, Irving Dennis Meek, Fort Worth Mary Merkle, Fort Worth Barbara Merrill, Dallas Bruce Meyer, Fort Worth Carol Lynn Meyer, Fort Worth Sam Middlebrooks, Arlington Douglas Middleton, Arlington James Miles. Dallas Ann Miller, Dallas Bruce Miller, Irving David Miller, Fort Worth J eff Miller, Arlington Jerre Miller, Fort Worth Stewart Miller, Dallas James Mills, Mineral Wells Larry Mills, Fort Worth Jerry Mills, Mansfield Thomas Milson, Fort Worth Dan Mitchell, Duncanville Robert Montgomery, Richardson Tommy Montgomery, Fort Worth Wanda Montgomery, Euless Allan Moore, Dallas Benny Moore, Fort Worth Jackquline Moore, Mansfield Ronnie Moore, Dallas Greg McDaniel, Mesquite Marsha McDonald, Hurst Melvin McDonald, Lancaster Sharon McElroy, Grand Prairie Bob McGlothlin, Grand Prairie Kennith McIntosh, Dallas Forrest McKenzie, Sedalia, Mo. Bryan McKinney, Arlington Jim McKnight, Fort Worth Steve McKoy, Arlington Lynn McLarty, Dallas Raynell McLean, Grand Prairie a t 1 ,-X B of ' ,Q Q1 . ,ji- Q, ..... , 3 ' Q ,A i l l 4 ' XX wo 'Y Yi" I ' s is, 'ai f x ' Gr I ., x g1.,.4 'S rx, avi? 5- T4 Ww- 5. fN K an fm Q9 LA A , i-.4 ' I l. I: ASC Sophomores ' -Q nrx 4 ,, fi sf I ,N :gg Q24 -I A 43- j ... L xg 1. L - 95-f ,IQ "---- Q-.QN gg, za -N 'E -wx - 'Ui X 2 ss- xax ,J ky 1 - ll , A -sf-I V121-i I Q . i, , . - B- "' X. 5' "':""'f, l bbw gi 1 ll .1 ll X 'V I, gl . -sz' n V it , sf. f ' ' X f' 'TN If l 5... ,,.. 1 , - .. i'.- , . V J D is . 'er-tr - . X Q 152 .,-4 Dav1d Morgan Dallas Harriet Morgan Arlington M- Walter Morosky Dallas Duane Morris Cleburne l W Johnny Reb enjoys himself at an ETSU recep- tion after the fooiiball game at Commerce, Gary Morris Grand Prairie Judy Morris Fort Worth Dee Morrison, Fort Worth Larry Morrison, Hurst Patsy Morrison, Dallas Wilma Morrison, Fort Worth Shirley Ann Mosley, Fort Worth Claudie Moss, Fort Worth .4 . "1qs...4. W -. , , is ,fs , ,J , 4? -rf. I f . '-" it X '22-'ii' ' ' 7 EF I-. Qs , X? H VW-R ...,. 'si' 3 ',,, m:"-- K"""" is 'mr' . 'MN D all Es fi' X e sf fs ,, , -l f is lsr is Y Ka 'ff A X QQ Wax xv? f . ,, i . .f,,7 3 i as QM, X W A 'N K Franklin Moss, Fort Worth Melinda Motes, Lambertville, Mich. Sharon Mlowery, Dallas Jimmy Mulholland, Fort Worth Anita Murdock, Grand Prairie Richard Murphy. Dallas Sally Muthis, Dallas Linda Myers, Fort Worth Morris Narunsky, Dallas Michele Nead, Arlington Gary Neidenbach, Dallas Kathy Nelrns, Fort Worth Charles Nelson, Irving Mike Nelson, Farwell Harold Nesbitt, Fort Worth Richard Nesbit, Dallas Sandra Ness, Dayton, Ohio Gail Neve, Dallas Robert Nickels, Bokchite, Okla. Peggy Norman, Hurst Richard Norman, Dallas Ted North, Fort Worth Marjorie Norvell, Arlington Deborah Odle, Grand Prairie Carole Ogawa, Dallas Larry Oliver, Arlington Vaughn Oliver, Denison Sandra Olson, Fort Worth Shapoor Omid, Iran Kamran Ornrnidvarpour. Tehran, Iran Ronnie Orlando, Fort Worth Robert Orr, Joshua Joel Otts, Grand Prairie Robert Ottwell, Dallas Troy Ottwell, Dallas Linda Ovrick, Fort Worth Fred Owen, Fort Worth Chester Owens, Dallas Donnave Owens, Hurst Gerald Owens, Fort Worth Rosetta Owens, Fort Worth James Ownby, Sherman George Padilla. Dallas Brady Pamplin, lllarlin Dean Parker, Denison Jon Parker, Dallas Richie Parker, Dallas Sandra Parris, Fort Worth Kerry Newcomb, Arlington Nancy Newell, Arlington Robert Newton, Grand Prairie Wade Newton, Houston Edwin Nicely, Dallas Victor Nichols, Dallas V V,,, ., , " in -"A fixhd , ,fn ' if ' , ':.- ' v -' "Q Q fy ,z 'ss' Q: ,. 4' wf 'N 'V 'ln 'bl 'ia nxfix. Q' " gzjw- ,rx fgs . .-.. N- N? , A ' A t . ,... A. fre L 5 rr' I Sophomore Rebels las, LA M- C LA: A - 1 l l ,- ' 4 . aff ,ff X mm - fa 3 afvpx t 'vs ' , ve ' A f 'G' . ..,,,... . 3 5 , ' ,P K. fm? W' if 1 gf Y. ... -A-A 4 .+ 1, I Q? . g U R VA .H MQ" i g i gg I f 'l " JS-. - - If -A EQ! I R i Y it Wrlblr i, Wlivzl 'Wi .' 'T f fl f N.. 4 ... I 'U' , s-'18, N s P kr x 1 i 'Q s Tn - A n-- Q. iw. , D , ' 1 L lf A 4 X r . I sr V Qu P Q' X s. gk gf r K - ggi' if A if David Parton, Galveston Paul Patak, Dallas Robert Patrick, Grand Prairie Alan Paul, Fort Worth Arla Jo Payne, Colorado City Donna Payne, Arlington Johnny P-earcy, Houston Pat Pease, Bedford Ruth Pendergrass, Dallas William Persky, Arlington James Peters, Waco Cynthia Peterson, Arlington Gi W -me ' ff f as .. Q M f 0 ,,.,,. is lx-C A iz. ..., ,' -L s We f A A A nh 1 4. , ,,., ' j ' 3 1 f , .. rf ,vi .0 .2 H ' Q e ' , wa . 2, ,, 1 , S . 3 'U P ' 8' M- 'Mv iv ws'-'7 V I . , ,sm Y , I N.. -' t"'fT"l H Z' wh I V, S U ' '11, 11 1 lr KA. wL 'HSV W James Brown plays in the Lab Band Lynn Pietrelli, Fort Worth Mary Phelps, Fort Worth Gary Phillips, Dallas Joe Pickle, Garland Carroll Plunk, Dallas Joe Porter, Dallas Beverly Posey, Grand Prairie Terry Potter, Grand Prairie Ray Pottkotter, Dallas William Pounders, New Diana Charles Powers, Arlington Ron Pxowers, Dallas Frederic Pratt, Fort Worth Ann Price, Arlington Lynda Price, Seagoville Anita Prichard, Dallas William Prikryl, Arlington Doylene Primm, Fort Worth Ray Pringle, Dallas James Pritchett. Dallas Cindy Roberts and Becky Cowley entertain visi- tors at an informal Sans Souci tea. David Reed, Arlington Rebecca Reed, Hurst Robert Reed. Boerne Robert Reed, Fort Worth John Reeder, Dallas Marilyn Reese, Longview Ed Reeves, Bonham Philip Reeves, Dallas Becky Reynolds, Fort Worth Diana Ribble, Dallas Carlene Rice, Arlington Francine Rice, Dallas William Richardson, Fort Worth Leo Rickrners, Arlington Harold Riddle, Italy Wayne Riddle, Fort Worth Gary Riester, Huntingburg, Inrl. Terry Riley, Canton N fi? :fa l U4 I rv v , i A Q1 .ff Al fwfr. -01, ,V TZ" Anita Pulis, Dallas Robert Quillen, Dallas Bobbi Ragatz, Arlington Jay Ransom, Atlanta Edward Rawlings, Dallas Russell Raybourn, Dallas Ann Reagan, Cleburne Timothy Reasonover, Dallas Bill Reed, Fort Worth Buddy Reed, McKinney !iy 'Q:'.L" 'hrvf' .Xl Q f 8. A 1- L 195 415 l xr , .I L C 5' L A " C, 1 - ' - is :sf 'M K ,1-.Q if . ma V V A w is . C iw , K.. V 'fx' ' X V as - E .- 1' , ly l 5 W , uf is 'lg 'O ' - 5 f., , "C" 'W 'C' , 'i r- YI? I - 1 , ,h iv C . fil'i"fi'rQ r r 'N - W ml i .. fr: .1 L- N . Q, R X is 4 'C' W .. 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Ditann Roberts, Fort Worth Linda Roberts, Jacksboro James Robinson, Dallas Patricia Robinson Grand Prairie Don Robson, Burleson Donald Rocksted, Richardson Juanita Rodriquez, Fort Worth Richard Rogers, Duncanville Mike Rokey, Fort Worth Fred Roland, Cisco Dennis Rollans, Euless Donna Rollins, Irving Ronald Rooth, Irving Don Rose, Irving James Rose, Dallas Bill Rosenberry, Arlington Ladelle Ross, Fort Worth Angela Rotavista, Fort Worth Russell Roush, Arlington Donna Rowan, Dawson Paul Rowntree, Grand Prairie Herbert Ruiz, Dallas Robert Russell, Arlington Rusty Russell, Arlington Paul Sakowski, Arlington Michael Salas, Dallas Mike Salter, Mount Pleasant Samuel Salrneron, Fort Worth Terry Samples, Grand Prairie Timothy Sampson, Arlington Judith Sanborn, Dallas Joseph Sandifer, Dallas Sandi Satterwhite, Dallas Lynda Saxton, Arlington Sue Scanlan, Arlington Sophomore Rebels Larry Seale, Longview David Seals, Euless Thomas Seay, Gorman Evelyn Seibert, Dallas Billie Self, Paris David Sellers, Hurst Peggy Sellrneyer, Dallas William Sells, Mansfield John Sewall, Dallas Frank Shannon, Fort Worth Steven Shaw, Dallas Ronald Sheckels, Fort Worth Quin Shepperd, Grand Prairie Peggy Sheridan, Arlington James Sherman, Plainview William Shull, Grand Prairie Richard Sierra, Havana, Cuba Thomas Sifford, Hurst Warren Simi, Bedford Jim Simpson, Waco Konstanze Sims, Dallas Sherri Sittler, Arlington David Skipper, Newark Becky Smith, Mineral Wells Drew Smith, Dallas Eddie Smart, Haskell Joan Smith, Ballinger Kay Smith, Irving Loren Smith, Dallas Lorrie Smith, Arlington 370 4 .. 4 Class of 1968 Clark Scarborough, Denison Pnhilip Schenk, Grand Prairie William Schenck, Fort Worth Serge Schragin, Paris, France 4 ,152 X iff- i,,,. 'if 5- K Q-S ' Q X A an -- an-. 'A 'as ov fs l Y V- KX L .X 5 J., A QPR ' 1-. I , John Schultz, Sherman A , 'si' ss- Marge Scott, Arlington. 'uf Qt- N - s Q V Q A X --L7 1:2 3 4' -ei N P ff- ' 1 '95 1' . .PL - 4 . I 'si A Q ,, , ,X S , U .5 'ST ' Q 4:-l ' P X Gb- L' Q vi v ii: Prvx , QbZ,v N... -'r' X Q 1. -1 I JN I ' i -- if . 4- 'Q i -W' ,gi 1'--. --v' 'T ' ',. . -few' X . X, .h f 'fa'- ka l L J an ?' A LA '1. . 'au-'S OL 9' - 4 . .1 14' X ti.- Q 1 . Q . Qty l l Q fx ho'X ,li in 4. ,,..--Y :mm . 5 ' , : .s 1 s ly T 1 von, - fin L , c-...- ,Mrs Q A yi "' f' 7-.315 rt 'fi M ' s as X it ,F f fill? 61 f' I J , Ng 'Q YW' v 5 Q , Lucius Smith, I ruing Lynn Smith, Fort Worth Michael Smith, Arlington Pat Smith, Dallas Priscilla Smith, Garland Suzanne Smith, Arlington Charles Smithson, Grand Prairie Fred Smithson, Fort Worth Barbara Smyth, Arlington Michael Sninely, Grand Prairie Wallace Snoddy, Gatesville Anne Snodgrass, Smithfield E, J ' ,,,. 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Johnny Speck, Fort Worth Donald Springer, Arlington Kenneth Springer, Midlothian Michael Sorenson, Fort Worth Dale Sparks, Hamilton Ragan Spooner, Fort Worth Edwin Spurlin, Cleburne Terrence Squires, Fort Worth Ann Stacy, Fort Worth Bill Stahnke, Grand Prairie William Stallings, Dallas Terry Stanford, Seymour Steve Stark, Cedar Hill Wilma Stark, Grand Prairie Rod Stephens, Fort Worth Helen Stephenson. Fort Worth Linda Stemer, Dallas Donald St. John, Dallas Tommy Stone, Mansfield Pat Storm, Fort Worth James Sturges, Lancaster Ruth Stutler. Arlington Helen Sullivan, Emory Charles Summers, Burleson Joseph Svacina, Dallas Judy Swafford, Grand Prairie Ralph Swanson, Fort Worth Doug Sword, Dallas Ivanka Taborsky, Arlington Jim Tackett, Alvarado Nancy Tanner, Fort Worth Bill Tapscott, De Soto Candace Taylor, Grand Prairie Mike Taylor, Garland Thelma Taylor, Fort Worth William Taylor, Waco Laurel Tech, Arlington Sharon Terrill, Arlington James Thomas, Dallas Jan Thomas, Mansfield John Thomas, Arlington Joe Thomas, San Diego, Calif. Ronald Thomas, Fort Worth Cecilia Thompson, Fort Worth Dwight Thompson, Fort Worth Jay Thompson, Fort Worth Tommy Thompson, Fort Worth ASC Sophomores ,..., r is Larry Stevenson, Dallas , gg. l 3' . 1 " 'X ' Ronnie Stevens, Snyder X f O I Q, Sam Stevenson, Fort Worth 1-.- 'Q-ev' A a ' YC! ,f C A 1 W - J Gene Stewart, Fort Worth ' S l Sheryl Stewart, Arlington 7 , , Harold Stieber, Fort Worth 'W Q L- , -f , ef ta -1 A r 1' AL . , T ' I JW 3 ' ns as l f - ,. ' y Q L "'V"l::' X fgf gh A if :f L it -, -. - f E 's., tg- f fi' , - if N iv L- , 'Y - A ff-A -- r 'eff' W? , wg, X ! 3 A .1 'HS B-X 16-1- Q 'x ,4 'CTX 'If"' I '1 "3- wg.- Q l 1 lv' ff ' xv 7"-5' 1 ' X .,.-15.1. . lk A A 1 ' -S- 'nlqlfx ' I QR 'fl 1. . ' b 4- - ,- L f'3".2'i f William Thompson 1 V , 5 iCorsicana - f N U x Q' a sm" . . . . A f 4? , - .3 -5 'P Bill Tillman, Grand Prairie '7 ' L V ' y. William Timmons, - I 'bf' Fort Worth L fi ,r 1 . f 1. -as it i gun... .. .Aux . X I s U gg-.x c . ,Uhr Steve Tipps, M ineral Wells Wanda Titsworth, Dallas Carlos Tomas, LaHabana, Cuba Danny Tosh, Fort Worth Tommy Townley, Waco Roger Townsend, Denison img is ,... 5 John Travis, Arlington Q 'W 5- Williiam Tucker, Fort Worth 5 i Q! ' ' ' -,, I dsgs. ,A K 'gm - Q L- 'tif' .U A' 7 .t.t '.,. f' 4 4 t A i- . A,, Q 'cf V 'F 5 - A ,Q - - A Q 'F iam- Zi. 'ai ' 1 'ff' .4 ' c in 42 4 g A "Ni A ... S 75,- 5... 1:-ff 'W ' fe" ' s ,A " 'Ps J' X "' ' J' ' ' .ur I Jimmy Turner rf" 'YC 'ik 5 Q ' wg fp A in if l 1 -1- Q 4.-1 Grand Prairie 1 P , M r k " wjls 3 , gk, A ,ul Q. S J- ' A h as L. A we , W f , X lk -1 h Y . KA! 4 . A f L - - r+t 1 , "- "war, .f ,W 'Nm 'R' , 'MS is ,Wfniii The new band uniforms must be built before each performance. James Underwood, Dallas Manuel Uribe, Dallas Jeanne Upchurch, San Jose, Calif. Patrick Vader, Arlington Frank Vasquez, Fort Worth Tommy Vaughn, Euless Gary Vaught, Waxahachie Roger Venable, Irving Tirnothy Vineyard, Grand Prairie Kay Visone, Sherman ,X 4'--nzf' 6 " K- ' I 'bt 'ff if . Qi tx John Vorderkunz, Waco John Wacker, Dallas Tommy Wade, Fort Worth Judi Walden, Dallas Charles Walker, Dallas John Walker, Irving Luthur Walker, Houston Sidney Walker, Arlington Jan Wallace, Irving Elizabeth Waller, Arlington 373 Kenny Walters, Irving Richard Ward, Dallas Walter VVard, Dallas David Watson, Dallas Susan Watson, Fort Worth Theresa Wattner, Dallas Ann Weaver, Fort Worth Bob Webb, Dallas Roger Webb, Fort Worth David Wells, Irving Rod Wells, Fort Worth James Wesson, Dallas W. J. Westfall, Dallas Karen White, Vic Stewart chords a few notes on his guitar before Joining the rest of the Jesse Lopez band. A- ps ,ax fa. N if yQ rg as Eddie Warfield, Fort Worth K- - , Barbara Warren. Fort Worth ...,,. , . ,.,, ' 4 V 1 ,. . , if X ax 1 1 Y X :Ka 4, Kenneth Watts, Fort Worth Zi, ,, X ' iv' , rr A' 'rr' ' '-"f ,f ara. 'sta ,, r Dianita Welch, Fort Worth . ' AWQBGQ' vis' J 9'-a , - Paul Wellendorf, Fort Worth .X . , , ' 6 4 s.. -4' M , V 1 4 . .. .li . A ,rf ,ar-e ' X ,viii W S I ,i fs l flmli Eli ll X Barbara Wheeler, Arlington QV L., Ar at i"" I J iiiam D tv. A' K hr 3 av X Washington. IJ, C 'fr' a K E 'A 1,, I . 'f 1 , r Carolyn Whitsel, Fort Worth ' ' ,v , Jim Whorley, Mineral Wells 7 5 "' s ' ' an lg ' Randy Widaman, ' ta. . Fort Worth 'P gf' V r fi Gary Wigley, Fort Worth f ' A A D A A Isaac Wiley, Duncanville 5 I 'i,'- J X ti Oi 4 ,, Barbara Williams, Garland f MS- as - ., :ls f-r - y fr f Carolyn Williams, Houston ' S L, , Dale Williams, Dallas 31 J ff- , --a ta , fl? mil li! A Fred Williams, Dallas ff- '4 f . ' it Jackie Williams, 4- "fy ,,,. Grand Prairie 'I' " a V -af- , 'H l-.sa J X. . V P n Ns, x f. 'ii James Williams, Duncanville " L- Kay Williams, Waco 1 th afl- . lr '66 Sophs fi 7, 1 y If-2' e.-K -:e Q . L. K W - .1 51 X 'QQ t at is ,L 3 ky, Maurice Williams, Dallas Mike Williams, Euerman Philip Williams, Dallas Robert Williams, Cleburne Roger Williams, Garland Donna Sue Willis, Dallas 4.3, R - ?imixfKl'C' X iliil f lf. , - X I -,. t K ',-::v- - ' A Q Q 'Q . Jack Wiuis, Dallas f-1 "SS-" ff gg, X, ,N , -,--, . ..,1 f g Q Ralph Willoughby, 8 ' N ' 1 ' Q Texas City ,W 3 ,gig 3' , James Wilson, Fm Worm e , ., ,KK ' an P J Marilyn Wilson, Dallas A A l , A ..h.,. I f1" -, 'Lf V of D' S Rib, g il gxalmuel Vxxglfon, lgouston , , ,, x ,,..l- f , .,,, 2,3 omas i son, enton 6' W gf . ' A snip i Tommy Windham, Dallas , 'A-Q M 1 an W , - Rim Wim, F01-1: Worth 'ull' 'cj' Q' ' if W 'WN Donald Wirz, Kopperl . t l 1 L ' - , , 52 gognie Wirg, Koivperll , . Q 1-1' o ert Wis om, au man A . 'N' Q Q 95 "' f 1 ' Willis Wm, FO,-f Worm " ' W' as ' gb. ' , N ' ' Jack Wolfe, Jacksboro 'cw' 'M g:"".MY f torn Larry Wolfe, Arlington i x, ,,. ' X .-"- E V fzl 1 ,. , nl Q A f l',, r", i " f g A f ff' "" i " Lawrence Woodaqrd, Irving - "S 1159, , P , ,Q Adrian Woodfor , W A ff' vi ' il C . 3 Sacramento, Calif. M.: 6-' w' , Jack Woodruff, Dallas 'QL' , 1 'mi " V 'N " ' gin ' Roy Woolsey, Fort Worth , P Paula Kay Wozkialjq . i ' 'e"" V, rlington .Q K 1 A 1 I . ., Q .l,, ' -f ' , if, Brenda Worsham, Dallas , L " u fm g "-55. Wm ' 1'-"gs 'S David Wright, Fort Worth . ,A 'fn in 5 l G. lee ,E l if 'A David Wyatt, Fort Worth A, f - vw, " ,gl I -,., -MA N Calvin Young, Fort Worth g W' Q b "l' V ' Yi. ' George Yound, Fort Worth ' Tm' 0 as .W 1 ' +- - 4 1- ""'aTs s m, 1- . Q . A nh? Lee Young, Grandview Pat Yung, Fort Worth Vincent Zaby, Dallas Richard Zavala, Fort Worth Diana Zuniga, Arlington STANDARD PROCEDURES FOR R EA EA RC H and the PREPARATION OF INVESTIGATXVE PAPERS ARLINGTGN STATE LJOLLEGE FRESHMEN Class of 1969 N f ' . ' Q A 3, , X at , .S D -in I ,, 1 ,,,, ,V . . 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Dallas Cynthia Adams, Glen Rose Sharon Adams, Grand Prairie Ronald Addison, Fort Worth Judy Agee, Arlington Joe Ahearne, Irving David Alexander, Fort Worth Robert Alford, Arlington William Alford, Fort Worth Betty Alldredge, Alvarado Arrnon Lee Allen, Dallas Donald Allen, Fort Worth Michael Allen, Dallas Ronnie Allen, F ort Worth Sandy Allen, Dallas Tommy Allen, Fort Worth Mike Alspaugh, Grand Prairie Eddie Anderson, Dallas Robert Anderson, Fort Worth William Anderson, Kansas City, Mo. Sidney Simms is welcomed to the Avolonte in formal tea by Dana Ascue. W1 -,fm Freshmen find that college requires many hours of library study. LaJuan Ash, Waco Goldie Ashford, Dallas Pat Ashinhurst, Grand Prairie Harvey Atchison, Dallas Carol Atchley, Dallas Bill Atherton, Fort Worth Terry Atkins, Arlington Rick Atkinson, Irving Charles Austin, Fort Worth William Austin, Fort Worth Thomas Autrey, Fort Worth Lynda Avary, Grand Prairie Linda Axley, Fort Worth Ronny Axt, Grand Prairie Juanita Ayala, Dallas Kenneth Bailey, Arlington Joel Baker, Grand Prairie Mary Jo Baker, Irving Virginia Baker, Abilene Ralph Baldridge, Arlington Johnny Banks, Dallas Richard Banks, Dallas Tommy Banks, Marshall Michael Barbolla, Fort Worth Jerry Barfield, Hurst , rhggin. 5, wills, f 5' Y nv, E3 'T ' fs 42, 'sl Live pvrf Pamela Arfman, Everman Sharen Armstrong, Fort Worth Ken Arnold, Fort Worth C. H. Arnspiger, Fort Worth fn., vi " V, :rs if fx N A tri' vi A is Q . 0 Q. . B as l , w , ' 9:3 A 'lilo if H1731 'N 'fill' Marvin Arthur, Irving l , ' Barney Ash, Azle Q'--4 slx K, A I 4? -4' 'I gi ' 1, , N J aw vs - 3 '-.sqm if ' ak Q' A x 'Ap P ll X ix ' x D . ,LT 4. rs I fi H E: 1' e 'Z3iv,., A!! 1' x 4rui"cs'!iX Q, L A N 7.-a -R ' ,' -S . i ..v tv.. Li- fUW A ! rx ,Ex A fl it 75- 'L . 'I I 4: 'li 4 Q- X ll' ' 'v 1- . A- '5 ' :j M 'X' A - - ADA.. L ASC Freshmen , - A , t fp ft, , st . Xi rx N 'FN xl h , gg .HX M- or ai AN :S 5 5 " Q' -Y . . M l , A ' N - QV' n ' ' , A ' 'lt " -' . -nt rf I ., 'V . A i i A A A Q - t' , A ,-f ' ' A: - lwwx zu., ' M M ' r x as Sl ' , V' :sv J - i I 1 A, , Q r 'il' ,Q f '--- A VM' J, 8' 5 PP it ll. Q -le xx' 4, if K x 'S ,r E B' .QS Ub- , x, , t , G., I ' ' 5 N T A ' J Qi, t , ..k, ,.:, , 5 ,v" " 5lx i 2 gm V -Q X 75" il If ,Sw 5 ,, , mr ,-:"' tv A ,P - 1 fi NWN . 4? f 1' is f as . ,, b 'Q 'YTD We . 5,5 r A ,E if -1 . ff ! I5 A 47 or---v L is l ,, . x Q 18 ., v., -,N ,-'N , l w ...MF X W... tx '52 ' , ,, W Fifa! ' so in ,A f?" to a 1 . f F --" ' 9 ff! f 'E , Nm an Q, F K aa-x Q ' if ,if .GY Scott Barker, Grand Prairie Johnny Barnett, Dallas Michael Barnett, Fort Worth Charlotte Barney, Arlington Colin Barnhorst, Somerset Robert Barton, Arlington Edwin Bateman, Dallas Lanny Bassham, Euless Vivian Bauer, Arlington Darlene Baugh, Arlington Sam Baughman, Everman Jan Bayless, Venus Robert Bean, Dallas Rita Bearden, Arlington Juanita Beasley, Fort Worth David Beaver, Garland Linda Beck, Arlington Marsha Beck, Arlington Dwayne Beeler, Fort Worth Susan Behnke, Fort Worth James Bell, Waco Moonyean Beil, Fort Worth Billy Bell, Garland Gerry Bell, Fort Wortlz Rodney Bell, Dallas James Bellamy, Fort Worth Phil Benedict, Euless Carol Bennett, Fort Worth Susan Bennett, Fort Worth Carla Benson, Dallas Mary Benton, Arlington William Berkley, Dallas I .1 -glgp-' .x Carl Bernardo, Dallas W w " Kenn Berry, Dallas Q51 "' 5' li 'V' Paul Bickley, Bedford X - , Z A' KA 4 L Ronald Bigisow, Dallas rc Q Charles Billings, Dallas g i Q, X 1 B C ' ,1 jx ., ,., B, .sm .I V ' Dub Bingaman, Fort Worth 'M 55' " W Jimmy Birchfield, Cleburne 42 gh ' 1. -- N-M., l I Beanie bedecked freshmen attend the '65 Howdy Joan Bixler Arlington ' 9: ' Dance- Jon Black, Marshall LA 1 Ah Barry Blackburn, A A 5 . Mineral Wells ' ' ' 'l David Blair, Arlington Qs Q fm X , - '- h W Tom Blanton, Fort Worth A ' N Judith Block, Arlington 5 We ' ' Q.. by 5, ff, ' W' 4' Ronnie Bloom, Dallas a-- 'rv ' ' 'JT' Carol Blount, Grand Prairie F I :R .f MTM ,N 3- 4 Ffa? 1 M A 5 .l??l"" A fl I5 S .A 1'5" -2 Mike Blubaugh, Fort Worth Joyce Blue, Fort Worth Donald Boedeker, Dallas Fred Bolliger, Fort Worth Jeffrey Bonnell, Dallas Linda Bookout, Fort Worth !f ' . 74 , , ,Q 'N' Qvaas- 2' -.fc 'iz' DQ A Dorcus Bosh, Dallas Michael Bouffarcl, Fort Worth LeRoy Bouldin, Dallas Bobby Bowen, Fort Worth James Boyd, Euless Glenda Boynton, Mineola . ' N if' ii 1 E l l D K S :" xr Af YJ l I ' 380 is-N Yf' Beanie Donners Ml. 'N' SQA r iw, at Bl H . Nh is a ll L -we ,. 5 "YS ' ' .f : fi r. ' ff -.gg is-X at "fi-.HW RF , Q . 'Q l X33 fr ' " iq, 'A fu" 7 . ,. 1, -Q lu. .lx ,il-72,5-gi, 5 ..,m..,,,?g? .....g 5 1 w L' xl. - ' 5- f ., Q 'lr' "X N' "' A y 1,3..:tg R 'P ,ff f 'fn A i N 1' A i ri.. u R Q... f x any 5 x E A - .g --W-N 1 .. wt Q., 'Q'-M--' W-Y , AE: my ,ww 5' X ' Q .f'- YL,- 4 ,z ' u t ,qi -. ,-,,, A , it ' isnt- 'ws 5 'vgx X 5 W? A ., ,tin X 'Q , ,,,, ,M N 5 L i , , Z x 6 Jerald Bowmer, Euless Ronald Box, Fort Worth Mary Brandt, Dallas Daniel Branscom, Arlington Ernie Brady, Fort Worth Linden Bransom, Dallas Mike Branson, Irving Clifton Brashear, Red Oak Bobbye Bratcher, Fort Worth Ross Breckeen, Fort Worth Sherry Anne Breckenridge, Dallas Jacqueline Brice, M esquite Jo Bridges, Arlington Ronny Bridges, Grand Prairie Marianna Britton, Mansneld Ned Brooker, Grand Prairie Al SC and ff! IV' ,Q f 1. . ,,,. X E S -Q, """r ,, 'n f Iv i 'l Ss g , m V f by tv I -V P , N I , .-.- Q ., i 4,1 at .E 5 r- A - X Z i va 91:5 T ' 4 'gifs' lf' il' , ' Q If ..lV:v I V5 'f" . V K H . trrr 1 QM: ., x Mary Brooks, Fort Worth Greg Brown, Arlington Janette Brown. Grand Prairie John Brown, Fort Worth Kenna Lou Brown, Arlington Mary Brown, Fort Worth Roy Brown, Fort Worth Scott Brown, Euless Keiv Brammett, Arlington Davene Bruton, Denison Deborah Bryan, Fort Worth William Bullinger, Grand Prairie Daniel Bump, Arlington Pamela Burgess, Venus Glenna Burgoon, Grand Prairie Kathi Burke, Waco Linda Burks, Arlington Porter Burns, Dallas Robert Burns, Dallas Tranquilla Burns, Irving Freshmen '66 Ronald Burseen, Grand Prairie Albert Burson, Dallas Ronald Busdosh, Fort Worth Ray Gene Bush, Grand Prairie Sam Buzbee, Clarksville John Cadena, Arlington Alan Caldwell, Bonham Royce Calk, Fort Worth Susan Calvert, Fort Worth Stanley Cambell, Fort Worth Sharon Camp, Arlington Gloria Campbell, Grand Prairie Gary Canada, Fort Worth Pam Cannefax, Dallas Pam Cantrell, Arlington John Cardwell, Nocona Mary Carnes, Fort Worth Sherry Carlton, Arlington Johnnie Carr, Hurst Raymond Carr, Granbury Jean Carroll, Fort Worth Mike Carter, Arlington Nola Carter, Fort Worth Ronnie Carter, Richardson Sandye Carter, Arlington Charles Cash, Hurst Ken Cash, Dallas Nancy Caster, Dallas Wanda Caudle, Arlington Fred Caver, Fort Worth Curtis Cavin, Fort Worth Joe Carlile, Grapevine ' Q ' ' Q gr , ,, .. ,551- ,yfsaigi 1 Xx, ,iE"'lff?f.f ff- . 5, , V H n .A as ,K - '- s. 7H knli " a 5' F I , Y 'sz' ir' tr' 1 L A - - 4 L si 21- A 4. , L, I" iff 151 1'jv'--- . ---.. L l .I A Q K B i if Q., , Cs- L. 4. lf.,x'Q'-- f 5 K 1 ' l I. ... Q " ' " ' " ' 'iywiib uv- L, I sf , C5 - Vs.- J ,f 7,2 l w -at J - A :- M 0101- 1 1 AL are ' f fe if X1 1 gi' 1-' 'C 'I --f' fig. X 1-j ST W 'C Q-.Q - l 1 , F 4 1 ' . t ll ' . Q V1 ig s , Q 4, . ,lui 'B 'Sf .,,..,,,,x .f 'sr-Af GX 'I l Al Q ii K Wx . 4 , . 2. ..,,, ,f ws,- lx ,rf " gg, , 5. ,A , 1 'P , A " .fr g' 95 sg--v ar- "' hx 'es - 1 Thomas Cestarte, Irving Jack Chamberlain, Dallas Tommy Chambers, Fort Worth Tommy Chambers, Gatesville Larry Champlin, Hurst Danny Chapman, Grand Prairie Joe Chapman, Grand Prairie Linda Chapman, Arlington Pat Chapman, Irving Beverly Charles, Dallas Charlene Charles, Barbara Bartlett and Francine R106 1n Lacy blazers, greet prospectlve pledges Fort Worth Jimmie Chatham, Marshall W at the informal tea. ,,,, f' Phyllis Chavous, Arlington M-A-fx :sl Judy Chenevert, Fort Worth GS -f N.. at 1, xx .. ,:9. 'gm' i 'wsm W " 1 QQ? ji? 1 ,re V QQ. H , I " x A .V V' ' ,,.,. . , , A, - all . Q.. Qi Q .- A ' q it W V ik' X Q--A i ' 5!'T":.7v lx :Al i 'll Mike Chernosky, Arlington John Childers, LaMarque I J anetta Choate, Grand Prairie " Mike Choate, Abilene M . Mike Christal, Grand Prairie ..... Allan Christie, Sherman X , ,M U"' 9' , .ha . W' fi ., N Vlrwr- A , YW' mv Ts 'Z' 4 "C, 'fb' rf ,, if v QA. an jr ww- I r ' ' Kenneth Churchill, Fort Worth Billy Clark, Irving Janis Clark, Waco John Clark, Irving Mark Clark, Dallas Sharon Clark, Arlington Steve Clark, Grand Prairie Michael Claunch, Fort Worth Larry Clements, Ranger Pat Cloughly, Arlington Susan Cobb, Fort Worth Laura Cocharo, Boulder, Colo. James Cochran, Fort Worth Joy Lynn Cody, Fort Worth Nancy Cody, Dallas Carlton Coleman, Arlington Pam Collins, Arlington Robert Collins, Vernon Larry Colwick, Arlington Henry Combs. Dallas Howard Conine, Dallas Donald Connally, Fort Worth Milton Conner, Arlington Nell Conway, Waco Bill Cook, Fort Worth Linda Coone, Arlington Annetta Cooper, Dallas Chris Cooper, Colorado City Denzil Cooper, Bedford Howell Cooper, Fort Worth Cheryl Grunbock, freshman biology student, learns to use modern microscopes. rg, gg f -. NM tg' 7' US 1 . xx is is. cgi! ff'-nn. at .1-A gl, ,mg A if q,,, A W A Q 'K fr" Q 1 I i ,K 3 5-ir . f , ,,, , ff' A n' 'C' 'Tr' A4 A A . iil it 1 Quant, ii sw 5 4 7 fflfi yi wx K -Ist -ia.. If ,f ., 1 ie 'f q,. v lb If Q' ev, I-if V 4 I ig", ',: .gr-tp' ,X X ,A . xv iq D rl' ,tb f ' -1-: -5 7 . 4 . in x .31 Z! x ., Q , I . 9 Y 1 I . 57 In - 4 I ' 5' 1 . ,4 ' ,xh fi ., N. x I r"f' .1 v A Yvorme Cooper, Fort Worth Rebecca Connatser, Fort Worth Jeannette Connor, Grand Prairie Sharon Copeland, Fort Worth Sherwin Coplin, Fort Worth Paul Corbitt, Arlington Annabelle Corboy, Arlington Max Cormier, Irving v , G1 L- L 'Sz' """"' f ,I ,XL ,. :fc ,, ., J' fl M ss, ff? 4 i I Nfl , , we l la , ,lf wi ,, 5 Lax If K K as 1 , 6' - ' ' 4:- rs: - 1 1 r w lv I . -, -, f if First Year Rebels , .,,. 1 If i f I A is: . Q 5, Q :, Cathy Costello, Fort Worth i L- . , 53,5 Cindi Coulson, Arlington Y. Wt." fi 2 ,Q , X ' lf, Robert Coulson, Dallas ' e, X 3 l .4 I Q A U 5 ' -X . r, ,N ' L rl? Carolyn Counts, Fort Worth Danny Cowan, Hurst 5- N, Larry Cowsert, Dallas D f.T1 , f',1,'b gs Donald Cranford, Dallas Danny Crawford, Grand Prairie Jon Crawford, Fort Worth Barry Cremer, Arlington Jerri Criswell, Fort Worth Gary Cromeens, Mesquite Becky Cromer, Euless Samuel Crow, Fort Worth Laurence Culling, Texarkana Jimmy Culver, Burleson Lorenza Cunningham, Arlington Michael Cunningham, Dallas Randie Cunningham, Dallas Phil Cupples, Arlington Lana Currey, Dallas Jeri Curry, Arlington Henry Dailey, Arlington Duce Dalton, Dallas Eric Dalton, Arlington David Daniel, Arlington Qi . - 33 ' .gf B 35, ' "ii 1 il' H Carl Cox, Grand Prairie X ' Q, lt- ' Glenda Cox, Fort Worth 251 - ' ' Q31 W' :fl Jerry Cox, Guthrie, Okla. " , q',. . sh-A ' Mike Crayne, Denver, Colo. 'fi .5 4 Q . x . N X ii ,.', A Q . ' K D SL' lip 5 ' . E A I , . V i , R , Q. ,,:. : ..j , A is i It g I' as U m r' f. 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A - ,fi ' - .,,,, , L John Daniel, Dallas Danny Danielson, Grapevine Donna Darovich, Mesquite Thomas Darr, Fort Worth Charles Davenport, Everman Freshman Class Robert Davenport, Waxahachie Dolores Davis, Fort Worth Michael Davis, Dallas Paul Davis, Fort Worth Robert Davis, Cleburne Sharon Davis, Dallas Robert Dawley, Mansfield Joan Dawson, Rockwall Betty Day, Grand Prairie Glenn Day, Mansfield Michael Day, Dallas Ronnie Day, Fort Worth Nancy Deas, Fort Worth Penny DeBusk, Fort Worth Hannah DeKonty, Fort Worth Eligio De1aCruz, Florence Swindle Dell, Euless Grady Deloach, Dallas Rene DeMaris, Arlington Linda Dempsey. Arlington John Derczo, Dallas Daniel Diaz, Grand Prairie Charlene Dickenson, Burleson Lewis Dickerson, Celina Rita Dickerson, Richardson Sandra Dickerson, Arlington Malee Dickey, Dallas William Dickey, Henrietta William Dickson, Dallas Betsy Dieb, Fort Worth Caron Dillon, Arlington John Dillon, Duncanville evil it A an is . fix. 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N . qw--I-' tx- i hx--'-"' V 5 ' , ' , I l ., fi, V ' . , -X .Q ' 1 ,r if' v 3 Q, L ug. 35. ...- l -- J C 5 " in si- ,ff K " H f' ,Qs X, 3 .v ,- A , N 'ik M P .wiv 6 ji' ' 79: x Av, , 'F' .S 1 A acts' 'Q Elaine Eades, Dallas Bobby Eason. Dallas Judy Eddleman, Gustine Tresa Edington, Grand Prairie , . . 1 gkgwimtkm- l sf ! A' fl 1, ,nv-. sug 5 'vw , .,,. - B -gms .Q ,F-3 Q 1 Charles Dobbs, Dallas Janice Dobson, Fort Worth Dania Dockery, Dallas Diane Dodgen, Arlington Dennis Dodd, Texas City Pat Dodson, Dallas John Doerr, Cleburne Frank Dominguez, Fort Worth Danny Donaldson, Mount Vernon Bill Doolittle, Fort Worth Paula Dorsey, Fort Worth Erceal Doty, Myrtle Beach, S. C. Wanda Downing, Arlington Michele Dubic, Grand Prairie Forrest Dugger, Waxahachie Billy Duke, McCamey Stan Duncan, Arlington x s W My' X 'Q' at 55 4 f f 2 . I ,qmmxh hifi? I in 1 K ,v"54 x' X' vu f Duane Dunson, Stephenville John Dupuy, Fort Worth Danny Dwight, Fort Worth John Dycus, Fort Worth Larry Dye, Arlington DeLayne Dunn, Fort Worth Dance. Freshmen take time out from their lengthy studying to enjoy the music of the Howdy Chuck Edwards, Grand Prairie Frederich Eichenberger, Fort Worth Elizabeth Einhaus, Arlington Sandra Elbel, Schertz Kathryn Elridge, Fort Worth Gene Elrod, Arlington Clinton Elsner, Arlington Michael Elton, Fort Worth Marie Elza, Arlington April Emrnert, Dallas Patsy Emmett, Dallas Gayla Endicott, Jachsboro Fred Englerth, Jackson, Miss. Wayne English, Irving Carolyn Ensey, Fort Worth Jay Eppink, lllesquite William Epps, Dallas Dale Erickson, Dallas Gerald Erickson, Bedford Thomas Erwin, Dallas Florentino Esquivel, Dallas Beverly Essary, Hurst Terry Eudaley, Fort Worth Charles Evans, Dallas Charles B. Evans, Dallas Suzanne Evans, Arlington Andrea Everitt, Bowie Jimmy Everett, Fort Worth Linda Fahrenkamp, Dallas Jerry Fairchild, Whitesboro Newton Fallis, Fort Worth Patsy Fallis, Dallas James Falls, Daingerfield Dempsey Farmer, Garland One Down, Three To Go Gwen Elkins, Hurst Ed Elliott, Fort Worth Marcia Elliott, Grandview Richard Elliott, Dallas Terri Elliott, Arlington Kenneth Ellis, Richland Springs t A, A! ,lf -fx . " N 'V' 'vs 1- 1.7 J' A I 4'9- ' f 'WN is " ii x T""'7 4- . Q ' iw' P' 4 f L 'a W gf ,Q-kffx bib Fw 2 chilli A YT"4f f R ,ax ':-,W Q 'Z gg, T . - ggwtxl 2 V at 'js I 4,4 I f M F 'vx an 2 R 1 A.. . f 3:9 - 1 'wr xi" ft, I L V, I5 I pin. X 'CW hifi' 3 M' , H, X -4, Www- " 1' ' 'ilu--' .fiizl .Q , . N' D V I sf sq aa , . 'll L- '8 Q., , .1 it ' N , . u Y,,, - M s F ZPL 4. A 4 " x ' ll fig , if r f '3- - --.fm- t to Qi s,.,, :J 4- . -+- A-'Y ttf' ,C , 2 e fu w ,. ,E 5 'A i "' 5' . 'xx Y' c I f 'W' J, . 8 A . lik -1- 'V ,EIN nr is ,, 3 N' ge' ty' - 'Q' X. Q Q ,A :K A , :ig . s LQ' C, ,wcfrr In s L 4 7:3 J ,F 4 c 55-- fc' "1 -'J' Q 1 . mx 'ff' - S "J . y fn al 1 l - 1 4.- f", C. ,bi tba, N. Au L Y ,jj . v. r-5 'X-' TW ...Q f D 1 Constance Farris, Fort Worth Donald Faulkenburry, Grandview Mike Fickle, Hurst Eugene Field, Fort Worth Russ Fields, Dallas Loretta Finley, Wichita Falls Mike Finnell, Cleburne Norma Fits, Grand Prairie William Fitzgerald, F ort Worth Deanna Flowers, Fort Worth Jane Flowers, Bossier City, La. Richard Flatt, Fort Worth so 7 gc' n ,M , . ...fy '25 it in '- J -sf Qin 1 A Y liv- ., , fr: l i ,,,, 'Q - ' f N ' 13 755 Q 6919! I 1 L ,l R 1 ki X - ' A .,.. , , Judi Walden gets motivation from quiet surroundings for her painting Felixa Florence, Grand Prairie Patrick Flusche, Dallas Paul Flynn, Fort Worth Arthur Ford, Grand Prairie David Ford, Midlothian Linda Ford, Fort Worth Jerry Foster, Mansfield Prentis Foster, Arlington Yvonne Foster, Arlington Phyllis Fowler, Dallas Rob Frazier, Irving Mike Freeman, Dallas Rita Frey, Fort Worth Richard Fromm, Fort Worth Douglas Fulenwider, Dallas Keith Fuller, Dallas Cheryl Fry, Fort Worth Michael Frye, Fort Worth Janet Furstenberg, Dallas Angela Gafford, Dallas Judy Gafford, Fort Worth John Gallagher, Fort Worth Thomas Gamble, Fort Worth Cathryn Gammenthaler, Lancaster 389 Susan Gant, Fort Worth LeRoy Garcia, Dallas Richard Garland, Hurst Sharon Garrett, Grand Prairie Joseph Garza, Fort Worth Johnny Gaskill, Richardson Mary Zane Gayler, Mineral Wells Phil Gaynor, Fort Worth Tommy Geddie, Lancaster Sandra Geer, Euless Thomas Geer, Euless Cheryl Geltmeier, Fort Worth Dale Gentry, Fort Worth Mike Gentry, Fort Worth David George, Columbus Gary Gibbons, Garland Dana Gibson, Lakeview Larry Gibson, Dallas Mildred Gideon, Fort Worth Charles Gifford, Duncanville Gayla Gilley, Dallas Susan Gillham, Bedford Douglas Gillispie, Fort Worth Nancy Glenn, Grand Prairie Robert Gnuse, Dallas Larry Goddard, Corpus Christi Jack Golden, Hurst Alfred Gonzales, Dallas Maintenance men adjust equipment in the power Freshmen . 5 Lx - Q JA- , Yi v gh, , T: ."' e f,.wifWN fs is 1 A E MA6- 'x x 'Ji' -15363 ,R gxis- , Q .- xml x Q.. 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W - deaf f x L Ernest Goyne, Fort Worth Ardis Graham, Dallas Dale Graham, Fort Worth Elaine Graham, Grand Prairie Mike Graham, Grand Prairie Jim Grange, Richardson James Graveh, Dallas Jerry Graves, Dallas Joyce Gray, Arlington Roger Gray, Fort Worth Barry Green, Fort Worth Bob Greene, Arlington Kay Greene, Fort Worth Larry Greene, Fort Worth Tajuana Green, Grand Prairie Lynda Gregory, Fort Worth Paula Gregory, Lancaster Sandy Grider, Fort Worth Stanley Grier, Fort Worth Bobby Griffin, Arlington Danny Griffin, Cleburne Jack Griffith, Grandview Weldon Grisham, Fort Worth Don Grizzelle, Hurst Don Grogan, Irving Patricia Groody, Fort Worth Sandra Groseclose, Dallas James Guenzel, Arlington Sheron Guillory, Grand Prairie Tommie Gustafson. Fort Worth Don Guthrie, Fort Worth Harry Hafele, Fort Worth Skeeter Hagler, Fort Worth Kenneth Hagood, Comanche Will Hagood. Dallas Mike Hall, Grand Prairie Sammy Hallmark, Vernon Charlene Hamilton, Arlington Dudley Hamilton, Cleburne Jan Hamilton, Fort Worth Sandra Hardin, Dallas Lewis Harding, Hurst Wayne Hardy, Fort Worth Ralph Harju, Fort Worth Lynda Harris, Dallas Linda Harrison, Dallas Robert Harrison, Fort Worth Bill Hart, Lancaster Linda Hart, Hurst Loren Hart, Arlington Perry Hart, Irving Jim Harvey, Arlington Bill Hartwell, Garland David Harvey, Manilla, Iowa Parviz Hashemi, Abadan, Iran Joe Hathaway, Dallas Otto Hatton, Dallas R. L. Hauk, Fort Worth Gary Hawkins, Irving Nathan Hawkins, Glen Rose Thomas Hawkins, Dallas Teresa Head, Cleburne Lewis Hearrell, Pearsall Janet Heidt, Arlington Jean Heidt, Arlington Bill Heise, Arlington Gretchen Helm, Colorado City Andrea Helton, Fort Worth Horace Henderson, Dallas Ronald Hendrickson, Arlington 392 Rebel Linda Hamilton, Fort Worth Lawrence Hamlin, Grapevine Johnny Hammonds, Fort Worth Paul Hammond, Cleburne Jim Hampton, Arlington Alicia Hamrick, Fort Worth Gerald Haney, Dallas Mike Hanna, Cleburne Linda Hands, Fort Worth Linda Hansen, Dallas Janet Hardin, Dallas Mike Hardin, Fort Worth Q" M in A X, a-91 from 1 X Nb' th -A U bf--Y - MLA -5 A f' 'TU i ?.0' QT.-T' A lf! -..l L- svx .P,A s. e hA L Freshmen .gn N N kv N 1 -N as , 4. gl, ,ig ,ref W fn , H, Q X e -I 'U 7., wwl 1 YZF' I X ,TV -. , Mug? N A' H T? E ltlllirw 4 ' an , , , Y a f M if ' . Sl . iff 'K 'K V "'r"' 1: f ' in 6- sb-fy N I 7 . l X -xx ll if ?' . 'Ti 55- ? M e x 4 l iv-N N, 1 ,J'uL,.,, 1 x Q x 'Q' 7 3? .. 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' .," f ' V - Nw., PF? .U 7-s i Jimmy Hill, lllineral Wells Sandra Hilland, Hurst Buck Hilliard, Arlington Susan Hinton, Dallas Norman Hipple, Salina, Kansas Richard Hirsch, Arlington Robert Hirsh, Dallas Bobby Hitt, Grapevine Jamie Hobbs, Dallas Margie Hobbs, Mansfield Clarence Hodge, Arlington Scott Hoffman, Fort Worth. Kenneth Hoffman, Arlington Susan Hoifman, Daingerfield Dennis Holbrook, Arlington Clif Holland, Irving Kenneth Holland, Dallas Monty Jean Holland, Terrell Kent Houp, Fort Worth Becky Houston, Irving Billy Houston, Azle David Howard, Vernon Sandra Howard, Dallas Phillip Howell, Dallas Trinia Howell, Arlington David Hoxworth, Dallas Jerry Hubbard, Arlington Ray Hubbard, Dallas Hanes Hudson, Port Arthur Hollis Huggins, Dallas Sharon Hulion, Grand Prairie Sarah Hul.l, Fort Worth Mary Hulse, Urbana Dennis Hultsman, Irving Harvey Hunke, Waco Dennis Hunt, Fort Worth Phillip Hunt, Fort Worth Norman Hurst, Fort Worth Robert Hurst, Dallas Larry Hutchens, Fort Worth Michael Hutchings, Dallas Richard Hutchinson, Fort Worth Valerie Huth, Irving Nelda Hynds, Fort Worth Laurie Innes, Arlington Charles Irvin, Grand Prairie Don Isaacs, Fort Worth Simmie Isaacs, Fort Worth Barbara Hollowell, Garland Margaret Holmes, Dallas Tommy Horsley, Herrin Kathryn Horron, Little Rock Whatley Horton, Grand Prairie Donna Hopson, Grand Prairie Frosh '66 , lf' ' . EI , rig Q . Ri 4 1- fa. W- : L. 4" L. ' 'Y Q f- hw " ,., ...l , f Y, - 4 ff---s ws...,.., ,V ,127 H 1,-vw 3 , , ,gg mm , ' , 4 i,,,,id-HIA X ' I ig K 1' ' I . , V . , 9- .I A ! 61- I y , , is-J . fs. 2' ' - ' f N 6.4 .4 f 're -N ,-- 5 ls' fQrv i Q fi' 1-v Q----v Q ' t is -' -o ANN - Y '-GFI B 'it QA- I at '5" -1, , Lcg .. - if X Q- tf' 2: ' 5 'A -A ii if L i, A 4 ,' 5 .-QS? 1 - - il 'arf ' 'Nw '11 ,N 4 HQ 'F' h ' 'A' x 1 A :wx ffl 'ffl' -If ' :L L' .L A JI - Ld.. 'Ns 1 i A 'Vx , bf I 'J ' Y"" N 4 -iw Donna Jackson, Irving Jorja Jackson, Grand Prairie Judy Jackson, Dallas LaVon Jackson, Irving Stella Jackson, Fort Worth Sally Jacobson, Burleson J erel Scott Jamieson, Arlington DeVah Jenson, Grand Prairie Teddy Jeter, Grand Prairie Barbara Jett, Dallas Stephen Jiles, Cleburne Douglas Johnson, Fort Worth 6:- AX H ' W5 at , Q . X f 1 - Z lli "l' I 4 1 is x ,sf S6 fn' I P- if gs ,X ..,, A' if l ' 2 K . A A h Y J 'W l 'W' 15' -. 1' 4 fl ,X D k ' , '-wg, 'tr if El flllll! iv ri V 'nf at V- -3 ,M 4 A - I I 5. X Johnnie Carr, Don Pope, and Robert Newton join in a jam session. Gerald Johnson, Fort Worth James Johnson, Lake Dallas James Johnson, Dallas Juanita Johnson, Arlington John Johnson, Dallas Kristine Johnson, Dallaf Mary Johnson, Brownwood Pamela Johnson, Fort Worth Phil Johnson, Wichita Falls Richard Johnson, Arlington Robert Johnson, Grapevine Ronald Johnson, Fort Worth Sandra Johnson, Fort Worth Sherry Johnson, Arlington Wayne Johnson, Dallas Weldon Johnson, Irving Myra Sue Johnston, Euless Bobby Jones, Fort Worth David Jones, Fort Worth Jap Jones, San Antonio John Jones, Arlington Jonne Elaine Jones, Dallas Keith Jones, Silver Kit Jones, Hurst Susan Jones, Arlington Tommie Jones, Dallas Duane Jordan, Brownwood Randy Joyce, Irving Michael Judkins, Grand Prairie Sammy Kaker, Bridgeport Sally Soldo discusses the success cf the Coffee Klatch with Jim Long. Kay Karr, Dallas William Kassinger, Sherman Annie Kay, Fort Worth David Kee, Grand Prairie Sharee Keller, Arlington Gwen Kelley, Fort Worth Patti Kembro, Arlington Betty Kennedy, Grapevine Larry Kennedy, Dallas Greg Kent, Arlington Karolyn Kerl, Dallas Kathy Kern, Dallas Dennis Key, Burleson Dick Key, San Angelo Susan Kidd, Hurst Randall Kildow, Fort Worth Tommy Kilpatrick, Fort Worth -loo Kimbrough, G1'ewiUille 396 ku' A Patty Kalan, Arlington Faye Kale, Fort Worth ' . fs - .xwmiiig P Q .Q ST 'f 'fra :J i 'B al at 5 M.. t.- X TC' "0-1 'Y' 9' .4 1 AA . 'lf Q. ci-X L' fi! Q? Sharon Jones, Dallas X T" I m-iU.". ' .4 ' ' .I FM R Q' fi. Q ' 12 ' -' ' 5 . ..',-f'zx,k eg- . , . I X LA, 1' x s i -we ,gg ,ly F Cx ' , ,- nl 1 , H ' -4: ,- -wx w. t A' ' 'AX Q YQ-Q 'N-4 If ph i -.LN 5,- pn-'X A f"'7 Na-xx 1 -4. f ll bf"-x g 1':"' .Al A , ' A, Y yy E , N 1' -1? Q, 'Q , sr' . in 5' U 'V' A-, . A- WTT' 'L A X 5 ' has 2 , .. .n Q l - ' L Freshmen Rebels X -, 1 - 'ffpw Q.. .L ' - 5 . T' ' , M' Yi Q-' ,TSX Fug ivy ,AF"""' , S ,t ' gf " A ,P , , ,kr .K i I ii. ' 'V ,, po-x 'gk ,.. .. Q , 3 M Q A L W. , mi- as A s-. Mk, QV. . f Y, e 5 ' Q:-grjyx ip. , rv , " S ,. , X K' ' x , 5 Q s in , an ' " from is L' 5 ""' Q-1-ff' C 'u:---- g,,gM,,- ff X 4' M x i fu D , '75- , 'P vs- X K we O A gc MK, X wr as , A- i-. " are 'rar N it Q . -V Q 1 1 ws... J' 1 4 , . 1 f Mix 1 f D 1 ,, Q 1' I ei ,Q f f l 4--A... fb Judy Kincaid, Silver Tommy King, Euless Charles Kingan, Hoyston Ted Kiper, Tallahassee. Fla. Darla Kirk, Fort Worth Mike Kirk, Dallas Gary Kirkham, Dallas Michael Kirkland, Irving James Kitchens, Grand Prairie Judy Kitchens, Fort Worth Charles Kneeland Fort Worth Ike Knight, Fort Worth Terri Knight, Hurst Michael Knell, Euless Alvin Kohr, Wichita Falls . . ,P l ' 'BNN VV 1 ""' in 'A X gf' f' K' fy E' f : ff :-1 . jf ' X si ,Mx y,.. an-:'s,s f1a.'2N -f 'N' fgf'-ir 4 , Q' , t , . 'L V. U , fr, ' lu .u f',Q',J', i L x., 1 'V I. A- 1 1 i X 'ci- , K ,,1,,:,,, Lv , ' W v .S X is S, re N lr , . J I fsgfll, i 3 fl f r A 'X J W an fi . -Q W My , if .La .L A , s V .. N mx I gf 7 D 'W iffzlfi ' A' ..,, Q.. 'J' M, Y. 'K i E. . , M, 4 , 1 A X 1 t 1 "V, 2'?giQ,x - . , if a , " ' di . r k-9.4 , ' ' 24-. . i S. 4 - ' nf- Janet Kowar, Fort Worth Al Kraft, Grand Prairic Susan Kuelbs, Dallas Theodore Kuntz, Grand Prairie Frances Anne Lacefield, Grand Prairie Larry Lacefield. Grand Prairie Jirmny Don Lackey, Irving Robert Lackey, lllansfielrl Karen Lam, Arlington Jerry Lambert, Grand Prairie Walter Lambert, Waco Doug Lambright, Fort Worth Richard Lamothe, Lubbock Michael Lamp, Irving Charles Landers, Dallas Linda Lang, Arlington Richard Lang, Arlington Grady Langley, Fort Worth Florence Lantier, Fort Worth Charlotte Lapington, Dallas Rogers LaPrelle, Fort Worth Patrick Larkin, Fort Worth Nancy Layne, Dallas Donna Ledwin, Hurst Bobbie Lee. Angleton Candy Lee, Denver, Colo. Danny Lee, Grand Prairie Hosea James Lee, Dallas Paulette Leigh, Arlington Terry Lemaster, Dallas Rosemari Listi, Dallas Samye Littrell, Anna James Livermore, Fort Worth Eric Lockhart, Dallas Frederick Lockwood, Dallas Nick Loesch, Fort Worth Mary Lohrman, Dallas Rex Lollar. Irving Larry London, Fort Worth Bernard Long, Dallas Sherry Long, Arlington Thomas Long, Decatur William Long, Dallas Valjearme Loudder, Cisco Jerry Luckett, Greenville Frank Lump, Arlington Joyele-ne Lutes, Arlington Charles Luther, Irving Andy Lutz, Dallas Robert Lutz, Dallas Danny Lynch, Fort Worth Sheila Lynch, Arlington Joe Michael Maberry, Waco Linda MacDonald. Arlington Claudia MacDowel1, Fort Worth John Madden, lWcKinney Wanda Madding, Grapevine Cathy Maddox, Fort Worth Debbie Maddox, Fort Worth Judy Maggard, Fort Worth 398 First Year Rebels Glen LeMay, Fort Worth Anne Lemmons, Arlington Jerry Levy, Dallas David Lewis, Dallas Q T' -v- -. x 52 S-. ,,,, 6. ax' h , E' lvs 'Q' ABM 7 1 B'll L' st tf d at 'N 1 imer, ra or sg Wayne Linenschmidt, w 'S' i Arlington 1 'A ' of-N , ' 5- 1' , ,554 Q 93 X, ,. K. - ,,,, P- . ' ' -if - A 51 N' 0 i . X ' . En' I ', L -A 'X A t. M 4 1, fff, ' ' A V' t wwf. tink' ' V T. M g fy, W ' :rx W Wk- 4 1, 3 ' lx ' N ., - X ,X ' sa A.,-if i- N -1-sf X' , ' 'C' l ti , g f lr, A it L A A A , A sit ' .. Q , , A x lg 8' V, Q! X .fx 5 jg! X 2-5 ,A yu PW' ., l M U Y A id, Mn , k ifnv, 'J 4 tr- whip 1217-3-X Q! r Y . '. , x ' I A ib ' ' . A, ., -fx , - ::- . ' l '-s -Q ' -, fo ' 'W " 'B-'x sf N 's 4, 56 s. """' 7 " ?, EIN. f -an 4' 5. 'Z' .L L 44 R5 L l il 4, W v J ,fag I' u Q 93 fl 5 40' 'Q Y 2-'L-J. P X2 CW' y In L Nb 'QM' Charles Major, Richardson William Mahan, Garland Maureen Malloy, Dallas Kathleen Maloney, Fort Worth 1 fur- , v-gg,--:3'r - V A -V Q. .,,q.h , X , . Lgf,,.L,,,. A.-. -.,..sa., .. , i ,.,- .QM -, - in-. ff ' fr 2' H ' ' o . P In Y' l l A C liiiif 'fr-1 Qi? . V . -a.. 4 -.Qs vw 4 f ,.....,., v-.,v....- ...-.'f . un' 'rv-,z y flu , 2 . x -- ,, . .YM vi' ""' ' gnu:-1' 'rv Q- ,, IV' 1- ' A , V wif' .Q -f , . .-,. Y, . E A V . 2 'WCA ,,....... . . - .,.-...,-. f-.- -1 af, W 1, ig - W""7"' Q W., N' Q' 5 .XV X gk W :IP B d M W M' A X Loyd axrligrumir gesltv vh . " ""f -- " In Say ann' mt mt Charlie and .Harrigan from KLIF ' "'Q X radio station in Dallas arrive by heli- , f l X copter to promote Courtesy Day. X, 'i': :g li , .I I L, ggi: Y K K 2,31 , "WNW X p M 1 ,fm I syy, Al V VV Nicholas Manrriquez, Dallas 'ki' t' ' 3 ,,--2' it ff W W sy , V. Walter Manser, Dallas T l 'A wg Edmond Mantooth, Irving 'f W' f , fm. Y ,.,.,,. Margaret Maples, DeSoto 'Y'-1' i X gf -swf " Karen Marazzini, V ,V San Antonio 1 a 'J R. J. Marcuse, Fort Worth 6- 4 at Q f . ,W.V..M A i 5 ,,, '91 I, l. .wt My ' d A , 14 , Glenn Marques, Q t , 5 5' Q f hGrand Prairie yi 'Q' .,, ,ag ' ,I , VVilliam Mars all, ' Q J l tg ' M vi 'Z 'Q Fort Worth QW., it ig- L V L Barbara Ann Martin, 1, I " ' i F 9 -Q-My Burleson V , V A Diane Martin, Arlington , ' V J Fred Martin, Dallas if James Martin, Fort Worth A ' A V ',. '-if A fl , ,,.s. wi , Xmas '-'VV- l Q VV Q V it 5 Q A 'Q fii"4f,, A , X ' Lyle Martin, Azle ' X is Q I ' ff iii, , g B , I , ,j. Sunnye Martin, Midland ,, an fti' , M . 'ff' ' fmt " 'W Thomas Martin, Dallas 2 ,X A, wffff , tg, 'ii 1 gm ' t William Martin, Weatherford i "A" 'gif' K R-"' V -V-W - -1' 1 :YQ John Martindale, . , its " I ' Ihlf. , Fort WOI'fh V X P L if X 'o 'r't f' ,R Pete Martinez, Wylie L L- V - 'P l 4-23 In if L ii'i 4 'U i.i" 5 W. .., i t,,. A 'I , V 'J 3 .. Mx f X A 4 V 'A , , 1 p. . 4 1 1 x . is 1 --1 ar, , , , , Q L n f A 3--5 Stephen Martonak, Fort Worth J Roger Marvin, Arlington Lynne Massey, Dallas Ginger Mathews, J Fort Worth Beverly Mathis, 'VV '- A if Grand Prairie 4 ,,,, 1 f S , ", , 1 , f Q Carol Mathis, Fort Worth 1 5 Q 4 ? ge sl A ,Q L- L ,,' .V . ' Larry Mattox, Fort Worth William Mauricio, Dallas Jackie Mayfield, Pilot Point ' Donald Mayo, Waco ' Judy Mays, Fort Worth ' Kathie Mayes, Hearne f 4 XA? vi is J il 4 ff. it W I Connie McCarther, Dallas Carol McCarthy, Fort Worth Joe McCarver, Fort Worth Frank McC1endon, Dallas James McClure, Richardson George McCombs, Irving Barbara McCormack, Dallas Dane McCurdy, Dallas Jean McDade, Grand Prairie Robert McDaniel, Fort Worth Stephen McElroy, Dallas Janell McFadin, Mansfield Judy Lynne McFadin, Arlington Larry McFarland, Richardson June McFarlin. Dallas Lee McG1asson, Dallas Thomas McKenney, Dallas Lawren McKenzie, Dallas Henry McKinney, Fort Worth Mary McKnight, Fort Worth Janetta McMullen, Fort Worth Robert McMurire, Euless Suzanna McNatt, Fort Worth Larry McNeeley, Kerens Lana McNei1ly. Ft. Worth Donald McPherson, Grand Prairie Donald McPherson, China Lake, Calif. James McQuerry, Fort Worth David McVay, Dallas Mike Mc'Vean, Cleburne Class of 1969 S . 5 L.. H Donald Maywa1d,F W 1 'J ort orth ' 9 Mfg, 5 , - Larry Mazo, Arlington , ' ' h M Don McAna11y. Fort Worth u. fs- K-- Q-.-f Q wr vc--' L L h A - V' wr , if PE WN it '- ' Steve McCann, Fort Worth is I. 'X if Ui L ' X W Ann McCart, Fort Worth ' Q., 'L' , i ,gig V A' John McCarrol1, Arlington A 'Dx 'D I A X. A I .. , J X Qu Qs ll -ix an '. gi.: it " . ' , 4' t lxw, L. - E? R' . , YN'-'L :.- Q 1-A-, gg, tar , N 'ii 'll'?':'l I - - X9 A l L -a .. 4i--r - ' -ms, Ni' -' A A "i 'Ti "ff" ' A ,, K ' 1. li 'D ' .Q B r I N- ' e , L- X ' was " r L. we tp- 4 l 1 ' Q h V. N 1 l N 5 15 'E Q 1 3' - .R Ti, 1 at J s. H ., . T ., V L . X a fe Yx if 1 , 5? ' v 1 " '21 ' D 1 - L J if 2 .,.. - A.. L X., W .-"' ,..i,., 1 --Ea 5121 ff' an A hs.-4 I A 'lx 1-N X an-as., A po . ' X th' fS '75 fx r N 5-X , ,V 'ra .., .7 A QQ A 3 fi- A 5 - L 1 ,nn I . VL rf: if-I ' A IJ asm as I 'K of- . 121- ' .2 5 V Q.: , Q Q A- w rr .- -- QQ Sr 'st xX , x lib,- ' PM x Eg-V 7 I rfri i I' V 1 1' aw 'P A 'Fi 5-R 'SEX S- Ben McWilliams, Dallas M, X wx is, Gerald McWilliams, Dallas 'cr ' Q '13-V 3- T Joyce McWilliams, Dallas at - 'ij . Ji N X 'N' ,D I William Mecay, Denton A 11: a ' ' 3 'TSI K- Clayton Melanson, 3 U .. , . gr Fort Worth Ifyrp Y.,-f Xian, Jack Melton, Cleburne Xl A Al sf 'io ,f Z f ,.', Ql... ' f 5 , A Hilda Menendez, Q no is i l , 'gl ,e.l , Havana, Cuba an 'f f' w fv- i f? ., 1- X Cynthia Mergele, gf--.15 iblbb W, .:Qx.,J , A- Y L 6 Fort W ' l- sp- "f ' tsl' Sandy Meyer, Dallas Q... X f Susie Me er Dallas Roger Mikel, Fort Worth K .Q "' Q y v lm Carolyn Middleton .. sa W KI :W N. -f e ,iq , fi 1 4- ' - , X55 . V, ' iff, 4 ff ' r i- . 1, ' - K , A 'V I W , xtw, f f . I ,,,V ix K qt r . X ,Q W-. X I ' x ""a ' f - i 'rn .,- li ii W A K7 N , J. I ,. I ff- ' C sf W ,ri al " . and YF- fh' 52115 3 4,- ff ,ff M-I Jesse Lopez entertains at the Military Ball. fax Z I if 7 Sis 421' V X fill- l gg ,WY ' if .. .same ,V YW! , N Bill Milkie, Dallas Bobby Joe Miller, Arlington Chris Miller, Arlington David Miller, Arlington Janelle Miller, Fort Worth Jeffrey Miller, Dallas Joe Miller, Dallas Robert Miller, Dallas Ruth Miller, Dallas Steve Miller, Fort Worth Ron Miller, Irving John M. Millican, Arlington Jim Milliman, lllansfield Diana Mills, Bowie Suzette Mills, Dallas Sara Milner, Carrollton Keith Milyo, Dallas Nancy Minyard, Arlington Marla Mitchell. Kaufman Janies Mobley, Cedar Hill Laurance Mohn, Fort Worth Asuncion Molina, Hargill Mary Ann Montgomery, Colorado City Cynthia Moody. Arlington its if .1 ,it . - 3? ,nc rs ,. is ..LL.n One Year Rebels Ai -Q John Monroe, Weatherford X Jeanette Monzingo. Arlington Sharon Mooney. Arlington 3 'R I z 4 fgl. fe Km Q. 4 -, 1 f P Tv" Cheryl Moore, Crawford Gary Moore. Sherman ,A ' xxx Jan Moore. Grand Prairie Mary Moore, Arlington Raymond Moore, Ft. Worth ' 'W fi! I, I? Li? 'vs' inn-' MW -1. fi P x x 1? W Roger Moore. Dallas N -1- Steve Moore. ' 1 Springfield, virginia l f - Beth Morelan. O'Donnell ..., Lynelle Morelock. Hurst Burton Morgan, Talco nw 'X fi. Michael Morgan, Dallas 4' L. Linda Morosky, Dallas 11:14 'H' fk A Glenn Morris, Mt. Vernon Henry Morris, Ft. Worth Marcia Morris, Arlington Paula Morris. Arlington Sherry Morris, Ft. Worth I.: CX fir I n ' Q. X If . -Xiggyn . Kerry Moseley, Ft. Worth l ' Michael Mossengolo, 'M Ki Q' Ft. Worth 'Q i , Jeff Mudgett, Palestine 7"',,2,,f,, 1.. . .i ' 'TT V Carmen Mullan, Dallas b .1 fr' ii iuiima-:-' .. -4141 .n u 1'- Betty Mundy, Grand Prairie Beverly Munson, Ft. Worth Christine Muroski. Johnsonburg. Penn. Billie Murphy. A rlington if! Q 1 Art students take advantage of the warm spring days. , 'y M jf F .,.-.V ' f Nita Murry, Gatesville 1 .gi ,ff , , QW 45535-' fi 1 ., ,, x X ,s Q' 1, ,, ' ., -, A- ' - ' Rosemary Murray. Dallas - -f N. , list!" ' i,.,i ,Llu-'J' A-Qhkvma MA, .. . . ya .. 5' W 'Kirin X A. .4 ,.,- . is 4 . 6---7295. -4 i t Wa sg 5 nr , . Cn:--:Qu p1qlf 1-5 I 3- 9---F I 'E '+L' li.l.-.... ----e 14-1--v-1' una: I ,,---, ...- 1 r h 'I A 'P X- Patricia Myers, Irving Priscilla Myers, Irving 1 N X ' - -1 , Q 1 na- r ax" ' 'fflxjeiif - f. . 'n' 1 b., I gi ,. 0 r Yin A .. M . lf'-D ' ur 134,-il its-birth-gff 9X ' 9 par JI! W-fn? ' fix I . 4 V T I - .3 - 'n ,.. i ' f ri-. - ,....-1. . , Y - V , . ,.' ' ' f ' fi- . "5g,,a.' 'Ui KW ll. 1215+ 'X N K. iv fe f m ,. F ,. 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Gu. - - .M f A 'S ' f 'Y X I 'JH 1 - 1' 73 1 'kv O ... x r warm- ?'. i rl' ". as . ml A., A L , , John Nadelman, Dallas Linda Nash, Arlington Barbara Nauert, Grand Prairie Paul Neal. Britton Jane Neeley, Alvarado Jenifer Nelms, Dallas Barbara Nelson, Dallas David Nelson, Fl. Worth Clifton New, Ft. Worth Justin Newman, Dallas Cheryle Newsome, Dallas Eddy Nichter, Dallas Charles Nichols. Ft. Worth Mike Nichols, Dallas Royce Nickell. Glen Rose Fred Nickols, Dallas Larry Nix, Seagoville Judy Nixon, Arlington Mary Nolan, Dallas Ronal Nolan, Dallas Bruce Norling, Garland Gary Northam, Daingerfield Dinah Norton, Arlington Mary Norvell, Arlington Mary Nosko, Dallas Jack O'Dell, Ft. Worth James Odiorne, Bastrop Richard Odneal, Ft. Worth Sheryl O'D0nnell, Ft. Worth Tommy O'Kelley. Grapevine Pihilip Ola, Arlington Jimmy Opella, Ft. Worth William Orr, Jr., Ft. Worth Mary Orrell, Arlington Jerry Osborne. Irving Robert Overton, Ft. Worth Barbara Owens, Dallas Clifton Owens, Dallas David Owens, Ft. Worth Linda Owens, Dallas 4 Janie Patterson, Ft. Worth Tommy Patterson, Dallas Mary Paul. Grand Prairie Thomas Paull, Arlington John Payne, Dallas -Ialane Pearcy. Dallas Michael Peauler. Ft. Worth Jack Peck. Waco Robert Pederson, Arlington Linda Pendergrass, Dallas Jake Penny. Forney Monte Perkins. Irving Rick Perkins. Dallas David Peterson. Arlington Cynthia Pettigrew, Ft. Worth Ann Phillips, Smithheld Daniel Phillips, Arlington Efton Phillips. Ft. Worth Lovell Phillips. Joshua Clifford Pichard Jr., Dallas Wently Pickens, Hurst Peter Pierce, Arlington Kathleen Pine, Ft. Worth Dennis Pitts. Ft. Worth Karen Pollard, Dallas Mike Pontremole. Strawn Patrice Pool. Arlington Vancly Poole, Arlington Varvy Post, Dallas Marilyn Potthoff. Arlington Martin Owens, Ft. Worth Melvylin Pace, Ft. Worth Just Beginning Phyllis Pakan, Shamrock .M-f Craig Parker, Dallas 11 1 Nancy Parker. Arlington V Pat Parkman. Ft. Worth J-.2 lm Bill Parks, Ft. Worth k Q W, P H Linda Parnell. P ' Fayetteville, Pa. . ' 1 Christine Parr. Ft. Worth Gail Paschal, Ft. Worth Yvonne Pate, Perrin Chuck Patterson, Ft. Worth 1" . 1 r i- I . nies t"' hi' 3, ., af 4 kt fx N I . 44, 1.5 4. - Nbr, -Q., ee s A 'EY --CN gs. . 1 A H f x! ' 'film ' A 5 . i' i., tm- " ,f 'N' , . ' I . ' ii vs.. - . 'Y if- Cf? y L. ,. as .f A is 1 X 1 In 25" -.iitifai F fi? -' if -sr' 7- Yi? , 51.3. Q41 .x -. -s-- -- is 4,0 - Qi-A' ' if ' , tl i 'R A I2 X 106 8 1 , , .za ur -W AW , ,, 521 ,, 'f-airs. gp, 5? F '5- tusg . BX Y" Q' gb-1+ . , 9- , fi N 1 , , 2 f .A 7 73' 'tffii-1 5 .-L or I, X. 0 " 5 a 0 .... if X' I ' is -fs Q li is -1- 'Om - 4 2 'fp - I l um 1-4 - ' 'F' fzQiIi"'i . V l ' I x 4. , 'F' - gf eg 0 gs is gba -' QWQMKXN 4, xx X: 4 . W . F Ti 1-it We f KI . I U' it A x-- ' , Fx ' f:4,k...g, H pjmf- ,Q , W . --A . "1" 11' - - ,. if 1 r .W l 1 . f.: J 3' Nancy Power, F t. Worth Ronald Powell, Ft. Worth Mike Prescher, Ft. Worth Mark Pressley. Mansfield -uf 9 Gayle Prestridge, Arlington Kenneth Price, Southmayd Susan Price, Arlington Margaret Prigmore, Ft. Worth Richard Prince, Dallas Judy Pringle, Ft. Worth Roger Piruit, Euless Tommy Pryor. Arlington I tijiii 75 5' ..-Q., 4 Q' Y if TI. Frank Mills, .freshman architecture student, con- structs a projected approach to campus. - I xy J, 15:9 A ' .5 .... 1, ' 'W ,W 5 I 'bg yy In -5. fi sy. my ii' Q Nix is 2 i i P v .., A s Q kk Vvzl .- "' ,. i.i.- i xi! --.- t :':i fi ,- 2' 22,74 1 2 1 2. X , , . I Q k V 'l I 'VV' 1 " all-A F . 1" 4 I A 9 4, I L A , A, xv far. rf 'ri at as iv ii H- 1 'af V gg, W' ,- ., ,K "0-Q eh, f T. , Ya. 1 X ',,-,. Iy. . O' ., " Nu - 'A"' rv .- ii ' if g A' r W A 1 'fri We 2- ' f M" at in ,fi i ' - If Q t 'Q an K. X A wh ' A 4 ,vs " I 'i ' W , I . i n'V' Qftgzii ,. .ff , , Virginia Prince, Dallas David Quate, Grand Prairie Mike Rader, Hurst Robert Rae, Grand Prairie Jeanette Raffetto, Dallas Donna Rake. Pampa David Ralston, Austin William Ramick, Ft. Worth Richard Ramos, Ft. Worth Sylvia Ramsey, Dallas Phillip Rasor, Dallas Donald Rawe. Arlington James Raybould Grofue City, Pa. Jane Rayburn, Mansfield Sherra Rayfield, Arlington Cort Rea, Ft. Worth Carolyn Redding, Irving Deborah Reed. Ft. Worth 405 Dale Reisfield, Dallas Mary Rhea, Arlington Darla Rhodes. Ft. Worth Karen Rhodes, Ft. Worth Willie Rhodes, Dallas Ronald Richards, Grand Prairie John Richardson, Dallas Wendel Richmon, Killeen Mary Richmond, Ft. Worth Robert Ricketts, Jr., Jackson, Tenn. Beverly Riggall, Dallas Gary Ring, Ft. Worth Dana Rittiman, San Antonio Kenneth Riza, Cleburne Gwen Roach, Grand Prairie Darlene Roberts, Dallas Jack Roberts, Ft. Worth Jimmy Roberts, Dallas Suzanne Roberts, Ft. Worth David Robins, Dallas Billie Robinson, Ft. Worth Janis Robinson, Dallas Walter Robison, Ft. Worth William Robison, Naples Ronald Rockwood, Ft. Worth George Rodriguez, Havana, Cuba Yolanda Rodriguez, Dallas Evelyn Roe, Grand Prairie Mike Rodgers, Cleburne Robert Rogers, Ft. Worth Rebel Freshmen K , ,,, is :W . f iw 2 .N .. Tr, ., . ,fi-x ' M A f '- n ? g .Z A i af - v- Q . ..,,, , , A ...gg gnu .5 V' L X i 5- it L ... if IW lx mini ,K 1 3. 1 'I' '43 LN th .f f A, i . 'i , 1-fs p 1, . , . .X fig f 't x ' ., VH x 5 x an-. SVN Ag L if l i 18" ii. f ff' Y r w i ii i, PM if' . 'I Af- f .N , , K , UN X fd! ., ' ' i M... " if .F -is . ,, ..., .N X r. 4-.-f. TS? f- 'N 1,1 l .2 f,er?I5.s i?Z"?'T " ' , ,, - A ' . . . -. J Z , , I Y 4 -at . A Q , 1 l 9, X x -A f' x ' X se 4 ,, . X f , Y , ,.Z,,.wf" A-' ' 5 I -mg K, , 53,2 1?'.D gh--v ff fw- x ."' Jr Q- J I 41,1 I Marcia Rosenbloom, Dallas Rudolph Rozacky, Ft. Worth Susan Rozelle, Hurst Sandy Ruark, Dallas Hilda Rudd, Ft. Worth Gari Ruggles, Irving William Rushton, Arlington David Rusk, Duncanville Mike Russell, Dallas David Ruyle, Garland Cynthia Saifarrans, Arlington Tamiko Saito, Ft. Worth HJ it ,Q --- , ff". Q vt 7? it . f N ll A 'V 4 KM, Y rifle if' , . t , yr f s M, i sh PM Len Stephenson, student assistant, demon- strates his form between instruction class- GS. --ii'-ff. uw- g 1 tiki, HN. Q ui. ' 'mf sq?-H-'V Svx so-Nd., Joseph Salrin, Grand Prairie Challys Samsill, Keller Connie Sanderson, Ft. Worth Jan Sanford, Arlington Richard Sanner, Dallas Harriet Saunders, Arlington Paul Schattman, Ft. Worth Pat Schelper, Ft. Worth Otis Schmidt, Ft. Worth Cathy Schmitt, Dallas Toni Schneider, Arlington Ronnie Schomerus, Ft. Worth Larry Schorn, Ft. Worth Joan Schuller, Ft. Worth Barbara Schultz, Arlington Patty Schumacher, Burleson Lee Schwemer, Arlington Candy Scott, Euless Steve Scott, Ft. Worth Steve Scudder, Graford Steve Seate, Ft. Worth Paul Sebastian, Irving Edwin Seghers, Ft. Worth Seifollahi Nik Said Tehran, Iran 407 if ft , f.fiW'5Ef?ff4 . , ,,,f ,,, I Q ft,-re: Iii' iw, .4 95, A 1 Q if 3 I nl, F i F- -1 .3 F-1 - ' A ,,.,.,..i.. i -FN K-, lun Film E 'midi L S ,,i I .T ' v- 408 fli, -'J 'filige "H Kathy Mack selects a greeting card in the new section of the book store located in the student center. Laverne Shields, Dallas David Shipman, Hurst William Short, Dallas Tim Shropshire, Austin Martha Siar, Dallas James Siddall, Ft. Worth Peggy Siebold, Ft. Worth Gary Simmons, Euless Sidney Simms. Arlington Mary Sims, Euless Nancy Sims, Alvarado Richard Sims, Cleburne Rose Simmons, Dallas Kc-ith Sipes, Arlington Frederick Sivley, Grand Prairie Kathryn Skaggs, Arlington Bill Skelton, Irving -loc Skipper, Ft. WOI'fl1 Art Serrano Ft Worth Charlene Sexton, Pampa Dennis Shaw, Canton Larry Shaw, Irving Ronald Shaw, Wichita Falls Shirley Sheppard, Hurst James Sheridan, Elkhart Betty Sherrill, Arlington Rosanne Sherrill, Arlington ,9- f n s f'-,, 'D X 1 X 4P"'r .4-M in W tx I, lll l 1 F ,Wx U' V .sv .MNA -gfl M, W3-A-7 - .N- F , . If L. A- , 5,-., Q- s it 11: Only Freshmen 9, U- .LA ,af- W. 'x ,. M . T"'f X wel , gl . , .Q ri ,X x hx NSE st an Q X X X .. . .tx 'u t X R I x , Bi, M . ff , .t . 5, 5, L. ts. , , if . , ,st x XJ , Q ka- , X 4 3 N his Q QQ K f - U' , ,,... if-fx 'f'sf"' it A ,Z ' , X .N my lx 1 . toll I Q Y J' it I 5 4. I . , X k , 2, ., 'Eff 7 f ,f""Mx is 2 'N fe'-2.1: X., - " ,p st N f x , 61 if 'K- YM A N S 1 xx 61 . fl? 51" E tv v J 'Nw .V i A O V .r ' ..., aa-- J 4 d j 'Y 2 'fr-1: . " Zi , ,F , t. ,iw ff, . :Q '- W ,a . . , , , . XX 'I N- , e , is ' Q s fn. 'Q wi ,fg:,,,QiwwH'i f q'1'.r 'Shi If . ,.- if .. 1 ss..:,5Qia - E' ., ' n . in ,f 'tt 'Q , V H' - , an W ' CT' A-2 - , fa. f' 1, ,V fav H 2-1' fr u ff iss., N-', X Y oi-.....,, I, , 5' ' , , st., me Hn, ...,.. Q. sf ,g. M, .asf ,gh -s fs C J X5 Mg? Q 1 fsflii f. s , , .s sam, ,K --'v 5. msg.. f ' ,iw ,Q 'X 'Iff -'Q ' "'f 'K 4' my 3 68 , W Jeanette Sliter, Dallas Woody Slover, Jasper Becky Smith, Colorado City Bill Smith, Grand Prairie Bill Smith, Irving Bradley Smith, Dallas Burnice Smith Jr., Ft. Worth Charles Smith Yazoo City, Miss. Charlotte Smith, Ft. Worth Charlotte Smith, Ft. Worth Christa Smith Richland Hills Christine Smith, Dallas Cora Smith, Ft. Worth Dale Smith, Ft. Worth Dorothy Smith, Arlington A George Smith, Ft. Worth , James Smith, Midland Jerry Smith, Mesquite Joseph Smith, F t. Worth ' Joy Smith, Dallas . f' Kerry Smith, Ft. Worth :yah we X we-X Wfvw-of x 45 Larry Smith, Dallas Larry Smith, Grand Prairie Linda Smith, Everman Merrilee Smith, Ft. Worth Michael Smith, Dallas Howard Smolleck, Grand Prairie Charles Sneed, Grand Prairie .',. Richard Snoddy, Arlington 'VW -- 5 . .,, m y i A N , E gk James Sockwell Jr., W Lancaster 3 'sr H' Bob Sonnamaker, Abilene X . David Sopko, Ft. Worth Sharon South, Arlington Mike Sowers Dallas .1 ..Q1 1 Nina Sparks Eddy Ron Sparks Ft. Worth Q-w e 7 Tommy Spelhnan Dallas A f- Shirley Spencer, F t. Worth .Ni + Q ,ri 'ny HM, , .C s., 3, ' t John Sparks, Ft. Worth 4 A 1 1 I 1 'ij , Earl Spiegal, Lancaster Linda Spiller, Dallas Georganne Spoon, ' , Grand Prairie I Harold Sprowl, Ft. Worth ra if ztl . 554 '4 Larraine Stacey. Arlington Pat Stallard, Arlington 409 4 Janice Steelman, Gilmer Gayle Steen, Irving Deward Stegal, Dallas James Stephens, Grand Prairie Jennifer Stephen, Strawn Jimmy Stephens, Dallas Raughn Stephens, Albany, Calif. Paul Sterling, Grand Prairie Dawn Stewart, Dallas Dede Stewart, Arlington Gary Stiles, Ft. Worllh Jimmy Stines, Ft. Worth Irma Stipp, Ft. Worth Pam Stockstill, Arlington Bonnie Stoddard, Arlington Linda Stoffels, Gainesville Deanna Story, Ft. Worth Michael Story, McKinney Pam Story, Grapevine Brian Stovall, Burleson Ronnie Stovall, Ft. Worth Bill Stracener, Dallas Nolan Strahan, Duncanville Jim Strawther, Ft. Worth Cheryl Strittmatter, Ft. Worth Curtis Strittmatter, Ft. Worth Barbara Stuart, Dallas Pat Sulton, Ft. Worth Henry Summerall, Lancaster Barbara Supulver, Ft. Worth Things to Learn and See il K 3 , 5 V . .J James Standefer, Waco Roger Starner, Dallas Merlin Starr, Ft. Worth Diane Stearman, Euless Duane Stearman, Euless David Stedman, Bowie .Q Q, 'l""S I 'iff U' 'Q .. N-5 . . ay. 1. .. ,ra .. 'N 'N "' 'vs Q W- X7 L :Is l 4:1 gs Q 1' 852 i .xl 1 K. -x gt' f :gf Int 'F-FU. 'Q- ?, N. f ,QX Us P 2 '61 T' X , :A QA, - V -yl ,T .ns Q , J , ng- -- -' - , ' I gi L ,L- FW' I X ig f -no+-- 1 xgsx A.. I xg an . Y si ws - -if Q M. - , N ' X A if if-fri. ' NN ' .. I 3 'I . is f"" . 'Y 0 L' X -fi Y it A' 5' Q 'TT ' K JI A . 1 Wh. 5 L ' 5 'Lb Q ',.,..,. . -.Mn Jack Sutton, Irving '1' Q 1 Qy. 1 ffl Dan Swanson, Plainview I Q 4 sg ev' Rosemary Sweet, h u Grand Prairie William Sykora, Megargel r '4XX YK fl xx ' NA 'G V.. 1 tt 2.5 -Q S Y ww lx is ,s I Susan Tabor, Dallas . I Randy Tareilo, Dallas lf-T' if 4-ff' ff X l S' 1- - i ,... , at Marie Capote, Steve Caldwell, and Robert gezaenick relax on the steps of the Science la . A 3' Mark Tarletz, Dallas A Mary Tatarko, Ft. Worth 4- , 4 wx To " Peggie Tatum, Garland 5. 5 52, 3 L 3 Dan Taylor, Ft. Worth N Pat Taylor, Breckenridge I " l W' ' Philip Taylor, Dallas ' Q? K I .,,, ,,lll . .Qi . ff is 1 A 5 I 5 " Billy Teague, San Angelo A . . Q e, ,, - Gary Teal, Ft. Worth ""' 9 I W Q Hank Terrell, Arlington 5-'V f ' , Gloria Terry, Dallas Ii' ,fl X '-"V W1 fi V Tim Terry, San Antonio 5 ' his i'n,'- li a r, .f .. Bob Tesch, Ft. Worth Henry Thomas II, Ft. Worth James Thomas, Groesbeck vs- ..3 L, bg., 5 kim . Qwq 2: iz Q'-w :ICS Q1---v 'W A Y it , I 'Wi f ia Judy Thomas, Arlington Stephen Thomas, Ft. Worth Velma Thomas, Ft. Worth James Thompson, Grand Prairie 3.1 rsh A .. Q ,a 'gg ef, A . .1 f, sf" 'R .I Mark Thompson, Ft. Worth Mildred Thompson, Dallas Ralph Thompson, Euless William Thompson III, Dallas John Thomas, Arlington Leslie Thomas, Bedford ' i p Ed Thompson, Richardson ' , ,, K L A Ann Thornton, Arlington 3, . .,, Patricia Thornton, Kemp X - " ' f " Patricia Thornton, Arlington 'J - Y 1 Benny Throne, Ft. Worth M Q L Katie Tidwell, Euless 411 Robert Travis, Ft. Worth James Treadway, Ft. Worth Jack Tredemeyer. Grand Prairie Vicki Trimble, Longview Diane Tucker, Ft. Worth Hayden Tucker, Joshua Richard Tucker, Ft. Worth Robert Turner, Dallas Terry Tyler, Arlington Bill Umbarger, Dallas Charles Underwood, Ft. Worth Mitchell Upchurch, Dallas Barry Upshaw, Hurst Alexia Urban, Ft. Worth James Van Horne, Dallas Charyn Vanderbilt, Haltom, City Peter Van Leuvan, Arlington Merrill Van Matthew Jr., Grand Prairie Troy Vaught, Arlington Jimmy Venable. Irving Freeman Venerable, Dallas Ellen Venturi, Strawn Evelyn Villa, Eagle Pass Thomas Vines, Dallas Paul Vinton, Dallas James Visone, New York City, N.Y David Vogel, Arlington Karen Voss, Arlington Milton Vrla Jr., Dallas Angie Wacaste. Bedford AI: 1 Michael Tidwell, Sweetwater Jack Timpson, Dallas Lou Tinker, Arlington Dorothy Todd, Ft. Worth Thurman Toller, Dallas Ron Trammell, Dallas 'l ann.. A Q- ' 'T , 55 " 'T , - I A - X ,A Q x 37 -- H, V . R "M ' ' ' -f-fi Sw X 'YN 'vs I k . ffs - Y I in TZ," 'E .L ' 5 ' .6 J 'Q Q I ,nf T, ,pff w is ll, bw: ',k" X7 as-' :iv Y x ' 1 :Ill -Q X 'ig 1 K wg, . I . f r I I QQ,- E in I. E f.pJv""'-s.X -- J' ' J N ' ' . ,.: g, - ' '11 Q L. - lf' 1--r 'W "- Walte Waggoner, Dallas William Wagner, Dallas Nancy Waldeck, Ft. Worth Ollie Waldrop, Ft. Worth Bobby Walker, Ft. Worth Charles Walker, Royce City - "1"wgf Ms.-,5 3 f 'mt x . ,ai 'fl V Jiq,.Jle,5' fin ,lf wi., r' A 4,5?Zffi,,?2G-Iv Xi. 1+ ,, .51 6' W-,ff my V ,Z .f-rf? f f.,,' 1w4,, tif. f , ..,. 'mf X-A , P li 1 if X ble viyzgfif? s 'N 9 Y' 1 as 'vi 5 I N f +53 ,EI , 1 f ,Q A J 1 Paula Gregory blushes under the admiring glance of Bernard Rathwell. . ,...,. , W ' W ,A 2 'lg is Q- Terry Walker, Dallas sy, ,L 5 Tim Walker, Dallas A U Q 1' Q 'f?"' gs ' Glen Wallace, Houston ...H f . 1 .::, .- . . 'asf fy 11, ' - Q '..:b ,gb . 1, ' M Nancy Wallace, Arlington 'Sl-9 "J . Karen Waller, Dallas ,, 3 5- F- ,,,,A ef Richard Waller, Colleyville ' wt . ' 5? " .k 1 A rf Y. I I.. nw' A af rf' 7 5 bt-f 'S-.-' , XJ 1 .- f S 1 am X 'Q x as , , Xg W' 4? E - f A X it 1 ff A ' ,ah I 1 x - , I 1 3, X .,, f 1 , 1 X A f' f 52 - ,' gi M' . P ff f' r ' v ,fi Wnjiffli' fly yr IK lZf2t'f,f44vZ4wf l Ks. F bg rg H qw , Alix .,, :K ,- VJ x. it fi 1 . he ig , nf R 'Ava -. Myron Walters, Hurst Ron Walton, Euless James Ward, Van Alstyne Ronald Ward, Lubbock Anncenetta Warren, Ft. Worth Cameron Warren II, ' Grand Prazrze John Washburn, Ft. Worth Jimmy Washington, Ft. Worth Mike Wasik, Ft. Worth Charles Waters, Garland Jan Watkins, Grand Prairie Sammy Watkins, Grand Prairie Ann Watson, Mansfield Roger Watson, Dallas Mary Weadon, Duffau Anita Weaver, Dallas Jinx Weedon, Glen Rose Woodrow Weimer. Mineola Russel Weik, Ft. Wortlh Larry Weir, Arlington Gilbert Welch, Coppell Mary Wells, Arlington Mary Sue Wells, Ft. Worth Shari Wells, Graham Nearly Sophomores Keith Werner, Ft. Worth Louis West, Garland Raymond West, Cleburne Linda Wester, Lancaster M, J. Westmoreland, 'fs-:sl iq. 'Q-sm." Ft. Worth Johnny Whaley, Dallas Jim Wheat, Irving Dannye Wheeler, Arlington Ronnie Whitaker, Ft. Worth Boyce White, Ft. Worth Michael White, Rochester, N.Y YI'-" P Ron White, Irving Sandra White, Dallas Peggy Widaman, Ft. Worth . Jennifer Wiehe, Irving L.. lffflia M Ralph Wiemar, Ft. Worth Ann Wikoff, Ft. Worth '93, fy: J.. Clois Wilkins, Grand Prairie 'I Gary Wilkerson, Ft. Worth isf X Allene Williams, Dallas 1 ,,.. Bettie Williams, Arlington Bill Williams, Grand Prairie Charles Williams, Ft. Worth Charles Williams. Ft. Worth Dennis Williams, Duncanville Gregory Williams, Dallas Jan Williams, Itasca Kent Williams, Cleburne This diligent art student works to complete a color scale. .Z 1P"',2" I tx'- fl I mlm .il il ,fu W in ' 'ny as f QF' gr- 'Cl N dv is llil ii V 57 'F lk-I - , ..4g Q X Q- , its Xi. l Larry Williams, Dallas Linda Williams, Ft. Worth Michael Williams, Ft. Worth Pam Wiliams, Ft. Worth Us N '11-" 0 Wh- K' g. - CVS- . Q-f--v Nu x Q ., , I if 'f" b limb C'- fa fx, .05 Y 'IN It , X-N. xx hx 'GD "4" ,,,,,,..-fm 'tiff' D ww- . U 4, .. "Z 'rr ' I li ez:- qi fs- tt.- tj? I Q, . . ft , I .W P95 if L. i'l""' 1 falt , ,Q i , , L etfkl. ,y ,W , J yrs ,V 3 K 1 ve.. 3 4 i W - pa . 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Ed Yentzen, Grand Prairie Brent Young, Keller Cyndy Young, Ft. Worth Clay Youngblood, Dallas Eleta Younkin, Arlington Mariano Yzquierdo, Ft. Worth Lee Zacha, Ft. Worth Cheryl Zelt, Ft. Worth Robert Zemenick, Grand Prairie Zoltan Zsohar, Waxahachie 4 '55 Y 3 'f'.h?"X E-'f 'lil 13 Q 'Q 1 ,ff 'IM 8 '1- SU Q sv . " "1.. QQIJD pw. -.. -12,355 Q. ly' Hgq. p-saugm r, Q Q ' "- ' Q-. Wah ' 4 .2 lll vu 5. 4 K up y 'I " an ,X , ' r-hr , ., E is ' '- ' .fl ' mf' .. ,X D ' Mlm -:' . 53? X 1 F 'x k vm .,m,,Nw W - ' J. ' ' , . U-.. V A ,W f QSM-'-. Al , A " QQ x - K . -U1 l seg NS 3, AN5' Q 1 x fl, vs K ffgivil wkhx :SM ' fad!-K L. Q ,N , xg ,YQ 4, G4 41411. , rw.-R Q the hundreds or ooks and 15iles1UofW?7 and the sczence labs, the q panzc of finals they are all some thmgs wall lmger forever 'Q h I Until Next Year . . . 1966 has been a year of growth and change at ASC. Construction, faculty increases, new courses, and more activities for students have encouraged college atmos- phere at Arlington State. The 1966 REVEILLE has tried to follow this pattern, having 32 pages more than the 1965 REVEILLE, addi- tional color pictures, and more features about student life. The staff has tried to make this yearbook one which belongs to the students. Thanks should go to many people for help in producing a '66 REVEILLE: Jenny Mayfield, who worked on everything from Per- sonalities to ROTC, and did a fine job throughout the year. Q Linda Ovrick, copy editor, who could smile in the face of an unfinished deadline, and who tackled sports copy withqthe question, "Now, do they play football inside a gym.7? Delaine Broadie, secretary, whose efficiency made the rest of the staff jealous. . I-laven Hyde, who worked for many hours on the organ- izations sections. Tommy Geddie, who came at the last minute to save a sgorts section from the unqualified hands of a 3-girl sta . Eleanor Batchelder, a last-minute addition to the staff who saved us from disaster. David Richter, the only photographer who managed to stay with us the entire year and turn out prints with the whole staff looking over his shoulder. John Ladusky, photographer, who was a lifesaver when we needed a capable person most. Bunky Garonzik, Jimmy Stephens, and Don Johnson fvho took pictures until circumstances forced them to eave. . x.. ' "Q Floyd Walker, who helped out a shaky copywriting staff. Gary Hoover, whose cutlines and sense of humor were wonderful until they were combined. Jerry Reed, who helped on our Sports section, in addi- tion to his Shorthom duties. Olga Rabon, who served as staff aide. Ken Whitt, Dub Brown, and Dick Yantis, who were always there to give professional help. Les Miller, who took care of our book at Marvin D. Evans Company, made several trips to Arlington, and gave advice to an inexperienced staff. Mr. Paul Blakney, whose confidence in our ability made us work hard to live up to his expectations. Mr. Ernest Leister, adviser, whose experience, advice, approval, tolerance, sense of humor, and hard work made the 1966 REVEILLE a reality. And many, many others. Sincerely, Donna Rowan Editor .QA4 -PL- -f., -1 'il . A . - - lk lv. .. s.- 417 Aegeidae 171 AIIE 99 Alfasig 168, 169 Alpha Phi Omega 204 Architecture Society 95 Art Club 86 Arlington Review Staff 133 ASC Civil Engineering Club 87 ASC Geological Club 91 ASC Radio Club 209 ASC Secretarial Society 96 Avolonte 176 Baptist Student Union 193 Battalion Staff 123 Bowling Team 279 Campus Committee 146 Canterbury Association 197 Cheerleaders 288 Chi Chi Chi 174, 175 Chorale 74, 75 Christian Scientists Organization 198 Church of Christ 196 Circle K 201 Arnold, Jonnie M. 43 Bailey, Jo 42 Barnes, D. C. 40 Brewster, Weldon 35 Brown, John H. 42 Bruce, Charles 48 Bryant, J. D. 38, 48 Bryce, James 48 Buettiker, Paul 48 Burkholder, Daniel C. 48 Burman, Harold G. 48 Burns, Jerome Q. 48 Caffey, James E. 48 Cameron, Margaret A. 48 Cantwell, Donald 48 Carlton, Anita 48 Carol, Barbara B. 48 Carter, Robert N. 48 Cash, Floyd L. 48 Cheavens, Frank 48 Chen, Mo-Shing 48 Cheney, Monroe 48 Chesnut, Dorothy Lynn 48 Chrisman, Jo R. 48 Christopher, Donna S. 48 Clark, Alvin E. 48 Clay, Charles R. 48 Clegg, Curtis E. Clemons, Russell E. 48 Cochran, Joyce 48 Coffelt, Kenneth M. 48 Coke, Robert E. 48 Comitini, Salvatore 49 Connally, Charles H., Dr.39 Cook, J. F. 49 Couch, Cecil R. 49 Coulter, Charles M. 49 Cowan, Edward A. 49 Cox, Nita F. 49 Crenshaw, Clifton W. 49 Crider, Louise F. fMrs.J 43 Crumb, Stephen 49 Dalley, Joseph W. 49 Denman, Clarence P. 49 Desha, Paul G. 49 Devenport, Mary Lou 49 Diana, Leonard M. 49 Dice, Harry E. 49 Dieb, Ronald K. 49 Dollar, Robert J. 35 Doughty, Erwin G. 49 Dowdey, James E. 49 Droze, Wilmon H. 49 Duff, James W. 49 ORGANIZATIONS INDEX Citus Falco 170 Colorguard Staff 123 Communications Committee 141 Company A 124 Company B 125 Company C 126 Company D 127 COSMSO 166 Delta Sigma Pi 89 En Ami 182 Epsilon Nu Gamma 81 Executive Committee 139 Golf Team 278 ICC 165 Ideas and Issues Committee 152 IEEE 85 Insurgent Team 114 Kappa Fi 166 Kappa Kappa Psi 82 Karuso Pteros 179 Koshari 178 Lab Band 73 Levee' Committee 148 Little Theatre 77 Les Choisies 181 Marching Band 70, 71 Mechanical Engineering 94 Military Band 128, 129 Methodist Student Center 194 Newman Club 195 Non-Coms 118 Officers Club 119 Phi Kappa Theta 79 Phi Delta Epsilon 167 Physics Club 88 Pi Sigma Epsilon 92, 93 Pistol Team 117 Pre-Law Club 98 Press Club 96 Rebel Rousers 145 Research, Evaluation, and Development Committee 142 Reveille Staff 136, 137 Rifle Team 116 Rules and Finance Committee 143 Sakkara 173 Sam Houston Rifles 112, 113 San Souci 130 Shorthorn Staff 134, 135 Sigma Phi Sigma 97 Sigma Tau Delta 83 Society ol' Automotive Engineering 90 Society of Engineering Technicians 90 Special Events and Recreation Committee 149 Student Activities Board 147 Student Affairs Committee 144 Student Government 138 Swimming Team 273 Taudelt 172 Tennis Team 276 Tri Chi 174, 175 Twirlers 72 Vaqueros 202 Zongola 177 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Dunsworth, H. A. D. 49 Dycus, Clarence 42 Dyer, Rex 49 Echart, Clarence 49 Eichelberger, Clayton L. 50 Eller, Charles 50 Elliot, William G. 50 Ellis, Jason A. 50 Estes, Emory D. 50 Everard, Noel J. 50 Falconer, David R. 50 Faught, Patsy K. 50 Feldman, Egal 50 Files, Carl W. 50 Fleming, Jerry L. 42 Flenniken, Neita J. 50 Flinn, Wesley 50 Floyd, Russell 50 Forbes, Ben M. 50 Ford, E. H. 50 Forester, Ailsey 50 Fortenberr Geor e E. 50 ,Yi 8 Billy G. 42 Foster, Foster, Robert J. 50 Foster, Ronald C. 50 Fowler Pat 40 Fowler, Rosemary 50 French, Richard 50 Frye, Bernard Lee 50 Gardner, John A. 51 Garrett, Jimmy W. 51 Getts, Barbara M. 51 Gilbert, Carl L. 51 Gilbreath, Joe 51 Gillispie, Horace G. 35 Gladden, Frank G. 51 Goodwin, Joe L. 31 Goodwin, John M. 51 Goyne, A. V. 51 Green, Harold R. 51 Grigg, Calvin D. 51 Groner, David E. 51 Grubb, Gover C. 51 Haggard, Luther G. 51 Hall, C. C. 51 Hamby, Orton 51 Hamilton, Wingo W. 51 Hamlett, Sam 51 Hammack, Melba 51 Hammock, Kenneth 51 Hancock, Lera D. 35 Harville, Lee E. 51 Haynes, John J. 51 Haywood, Grady D. 51 Heath, Larry F. 51 Hellier, Thomas R. 51 Henderson, Major Leondus Herndon, Allen J. 34, 51 Hill, Alan 52 Herrmann, Ulrich O. 51 Holder, Dolores 52 Holland, Ledlie 52 Hollingworth, Harold M. 52 Holmes, William F. 52 Hopkins, Joseph 52 Hord, Leueta 52 Hoyle, Rayford 52 Huang, Tseng 52 Hudron, John A. 41 Hurd, Capt. Chetwin M. 52 Jacob, Marion L. 39 Jasper, Thurman N. 52 Jett, Alvin 52 Jiles, Charles W. 52 Johnson, Col. Charles C. 52 Johnson, Grover L. 52 Joyce, Capt. John W. 52 Joyner, Howard W. 52 Karraker, W. J. 52, 41 Kaufman, Sondra O. 52 Keilstrup D. V. 52 Keim, S. T. 34 Kemp, Edward 52 Kinnebrew, Mary Ann 182 Kennedy, Ernest C. 52 Kerr, Homer L. 52 Key, Charlie 52 King, Albert S. 52 Kleinmann, Ruth E. 52 Knox, Wendell 52 Lackman, Howard 52 Lands, Liston 53 Lawrence, Kent L. 53 Lewis, John S. 53 Lewis, Spencer R. 45 Littlefield, Robert L. 53 Lokken, Roy N. 53 Lunday, Robert H. Mack, Bruce 53 Mahan, Jack H. 53 MaHoney, James M. 53 Mammen, Edwin H. 53 Marguis, R. J. 53 Martin, William W. 53 Massey, Nolen G. 53 Matthias, Hubert L. C. 53 McAfee, Hugh D. McConnell, John W. 53 McCrady, William B. 53 McDonald, Ted H. 53 McNulty, Charles L. 53 Meacham, William R. 53 Mead, Wesley E. 53, 38 Meier, France A. 53 Miller, William O. 54 Minter, Norman W. 41 Mitchell, Richard 54 Mitchell, Roger W. 54 Mohn, Norman C. 54 Moore, Paxton 54 Morris, Francine 54 Mouck, Bill 54 Murchison, John T. 54 Nedderman, Wendell H. 34 Nelson, Wallace 54 Nicholson, James C. 54 Nolen, Robert L. 54 Odom, Luther 54 O'Neal, Cothburn M. 54 Owens, Rosemary J. 54 Parker, James E. 54 Patterson, Robert A. 54 Patton, Lois D. 54 Paysinger, Marian 54 Perkins, John E. 54 Perry, Jane L. 54 Pierce, Melvin L. 54 Piner, Ouilda 54 Poage, Scott T. 54 Pool, Lois A. 54 Postlethwaite, William F. 54 Powell, J. Dan 54 Preirs, Elwood J. 40 Prewitt, Audra L. 54 Prince, Ronald Z. 43 Ramsey, Judson M. 54 Randall, Clifford 55 Rascoe, Stephin T. 55 Ray, Charles A. 55 Redden, Clarence R. 55 Reese, Maj. Mark L. 55 Reher, William 55 Richards, C. D. 55 Robinson, Henryette 55 Robl, Richard M. 40 Rogers, Glen M. 55 Rudowski, Edmund 55 Russum, Issac J. 55 Salam, William T. 55 Salis, Andrew E. 55 Sanders, Dorothy L. 55 Sanders, Marion 45 A Anglen, Theresa 377 Saxe, Allan 55 Sealth. Donald D. 55 Self. William B. 55 Shawn, James L. 55 Sheets, Shirley 55 Sheffield, Carroll 43 Shupee. George W. 55 Silmeth, James D. 57 Simms, Bobbie G. 56 Slaughter, Richard L. 56 Smith, Jane G. 41 Smith, Elton 56 Smith, Lee H. 56 Snavely, Howard 56 Abbott, Carolyn 377 Abbott, Judy 377 Abbott, 'r erry Ann 377 Abernathy, Clifton 347 Abt, James 377 Acker, William 377 Acuff, Paula 327, 177 Bell Acosta, Ben 377 Adams, Cynthia 377 Adams, Johnnie E. 347 Adams, Lee 170 Adams, Mike 347 Adams, Robert H. 293 Adams, Sharon 377 Adams Tommie W. 347 Addis on, Addison, Micahel 327 Ronald 377 Adkins, Bobby 327 Adkins, Henry 327 Agee, Judy 377 Barnett, Johnny 379 Ahearne, Joe 377 Akey, Judilyn 347 Albudy, Glenn 128 Barney Alexander, Charles 327, 168 Alexander, David 377 Alexander, Don B. 347 Alexander, Hoppie 293 Alexander, Kenny L. 347 Alexander, Richard 327 Alford, Joe 327 Spears, Daniels 56 Spradlin, Joe D. 56 Stallings, Frank L. 56 Stegall, Bill M. 56 Steineche, Alan Z. 56 Stephens, Bob 39 Stocks, Douglas 56 Stuart, John A. 56 Swadley, Don R. 56 Swisher, Mary V. 56 Taborsky, Ivan 56 Taliaferro, Lloyd 56 Taylor, Lucy 56 Tennison, Robert L. 56 Thomas, Carolyn S. 56 Thompson, Cecil 57 Tidwell, Jimmy O. 57 Tompkins, Keith W. 57 Tucker, Arthur W. 57 Tucker, Richard L. 57 Turner, C. C. 57 Turney, Gary B. 57 Warren, Eddie N. 57 Watkins, Kirby D. 57 West, Samuel E. 57 Westfall, Margery 57 White, Annell L. 57 Whitesel, Theodore L. 57 STUDENTS Andrews, Susan 347, 176, 188 Anglin, Al 347, 168 Ansley, Jimmie R. 347 Anthony, Phyllis Jean 347 Anton, James 293 Apgar, Timothy 377 Appleby, Ronald 377 Applewhite, Conehetta 377 Apuzzi, Joseph 377 Arden, Jerry Allen 293 Arfman, Pamela 378 Armour, Liebert 293 Armstrong, Harold B. 347, 171 Armstrong, James N. 293 Armstrong, Richard C. 293 Armstrong, Sharen 378 Arnold, Ken 378 Arnold, Ronald H. 293 Arnspiger, C. H. 378 Arthur, Marvin 378 Ascue, Dana 347, 176, 165 Ash, Barney 378 Ash, LaJuan 378 Ashford, Goldie 378 Ashinhurst, Pat 378 Ashlock, Jeff 347 Ashmore, Gerald 327 Ashmore, Helen Yvonne 347 Ashworth, Gale 293 Ashworth, Jimmy 293 Baldwin, Steve 293 Bales, Ronald 293 Ball, Maria 327 Bandera , Mike 327 Banks, Johnny 378 Banks, Kay 348 Banks, Laura 182 Banks, Richard 378 Banks, Richard E. 293 Banks, Tommy 378 Barajas, Rosemary 348 Whitt, Kenneth 45 Williams, Blaine T. 57 Williams, Dewitt C. 57 Williams, Robert N. 57 Williamson, Robert L. 57 Willoughby, Sarah 57 Wimpee, Gerald T. 44 Winzer, Elizabeth E. 57 Wiseman, Carl D. 57 Wolfskill, George 57 Wright, Orville S. 57 Wyatt, James L. 57 Yantis, Richard M. 44 Yates, Franklyn 40 Yeager, Charles E. 57 Beeler, Dwayne 379 Beeman, Betty 294 Beeman, Randall 327 Beene, Donna 348 Beene, James 348 Behnke, Susan 379, 117 Beil, Monnyean 379 Bell Barbara 348 Barbee, Wayne 348 Barber, David 294 Barbolla, Michael 378 Barfield, Jerry 378 Barker, David 294 Barker, Scott 379 Barkhurst, Neal 348 Bell, Billy 379 Bell, Caral 182 Bell, Faye 327 Bell Gerry 379 Bell James 379 Bell, Jim 327 Bell, Penny 180 Bell Michael D. 294 Bell Rodney 379 Sheila 348, 182 Barksdale, Maurice 348 Bellamy, James 379 Bellows, Elbert C. Jr. 29 Belt, Phil 348 Benedict, Phil 379 Bennett, Carol 379 Bennett, Jerry 327 4 Barnes, Carol 325 Barnes, Kenneth 348 Barnes, Michael 327 Barnes, Robert 348 Barnes, Sandy 327, 120, 121, 116, 122, 118, 180 Barnes , Stanley 327 Barnett, Michael 379 Barnett, Tye 348, 168 Barnett, William 348 Charlotte 379 Bergman, Dave 294 Alford, Robert 377 Atchinson, Harvey 378 Alford , William 377 Ali, Hash im 347 Alldredge, Betty 377 Alldredge, Marsha 347 Allen, Arom Lee 377 Allen, Donald 377 Allen, Karen 347 Allen, Michael 377 Allen, Mike 347 Allen, Robert L. 347 Allen, Ronnie 377 Allen, Sandy 377 Allen, Tommy 377 Allison, Mike 327 Allums, Michael 347 Alspaugh, Mike 377 Amini, Houshang 293 Anderson, Catherine 327 Anderson, David 327 Anderson, Eddie 377 Anderson, George E. 293 Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson fXnderson fXnderson , George W. 347 , Jesse G. 293 , Monty 347 , Paul 327 , Ren 327 , Robert 377 , Ronald 327, 174 William 377 Anderton,, Lewie 347 Anderton, Norman 377 Andress, Boyd 293 Andres, Kay 202 Andrews, Karl 347 Andrews, Mary A. 347, 337 Atchley, Carol 378 Atchley, John R. 347 Atherton, Bill 378 Atkerson, Marti 347 Atkins, Terry 378 Atkinson, Rick 378 Aulenbach, Larry 167 Austin, Charles 378 Austin, Willias 378 Autrey, Thomas 378 Avary, Lynda 378 Averitt, Hester 293, 79 Awanessian, Robert 347 Axley, Linda 378 Axt, Ronny 378 Ayala, Guadulape 293 Ayala, Juanita 378 Azcue, Anthony 293 Azcue, Raymond O. 293 Bachman, Chris 347 Bacsik, John 293 Baggett, Richard 327 Bailey, David 347 Bailey, Kenneth 378 Baker, Carl D. 347 Baker, Colleen 293 Baker, Joel 378 Baker, John 348 Baker, Mary Jo 378 Baker, Virginia 378 Baldridge, Ralph 378 Barnhorst, Colin 379 Barrett, Walter Grant 294 Barrick, Larry 348 Barry, Wayne 348 Bartlett, Barbara 181 Barton, Cherie 180 Barton, Darryl 348 Barton, Robert 379 Bass, Larry 351 Bassham, Lanny 379 Bateman, Edwin 379 Bates, Bobby 348 Bates, Nora 348 Bates, Truett 327 Battee, Joyce 394 Battle, John 294 Baur, Vivian 379 Baugh, Darlene 379 Baughman, Sam 379 Baur, Marieluise 348 Baxley, Larry 348 Bayer, Clarence 327 Bayer, Dorothy 294 Bayless, Jan 379, 123 Baylor, Mike 245, 247 Bays, Carson W., Jr. 294 Beam, Larry 348 Beam, Robert 379 Bearden, Rita 379 Bearden, Ted 294 Beasley, Juanita 379 Beaver, David 379 Beavers, Claudia 348 Beck, Freddie 348 Beck, Linda 379 Beck, Linda G. 348 Beck, Marsha 379 Beddingfield, Donald R. 348 Beddingfield, Ronald 348 Bennett, Susan 379 Bennett, Terry 348 Bennett, W. Tom 294 Benson, Carla 379 Benson, Skip 348, 268 Benton, Bary 379 Benton, Donald 348 Benton, Linda 348 Benton, Victory 327 Berg, Barbara 348, 182 Berkley, William 379 Bernard, John 348 Bernardo, Carl 380 Berry, Kenn 380 Berry, Richard 348 Beseda, Allen 348 Beshears, James 349 Besio, Chip 349 Betgill, Bill 294 Bethune, Bill 349 Bevels, Patricia 349 Bevels, Priscilla 349 Bewley, Ellis 327 Bibb, Gene 349, 170 Bickley, Paul 380 Biglsow, Ronald 380 Billings, Charles 380 Billingsley, Marshall 349 Bingaman, Dub 380 Birge, Laddie V. 79 Bishop, Bryan 327 Bishop, Diane 349 Bishop, Lynne 349 Bishop, Neil E. 294 Bittenbender, Terrance 327 Bixler, Joan 380 Bjork, James 349 Black, Jon 380 Blackburn, Barry 380 Blackwell, Glenda 349 Blackwell, John 327 Blair, David 380 Blankenstein, Henry 349 Blanton, Tom 380 Blass, Gary 349 Che shier , Blechl, Henry E. 295 Blesi, Johnny 349 Blevins, Hervert 349 Block, Judith 380 Blomdahl, Kelly 349 Blomquist, Charles 349 Bloom, Ronnie, 380 Blum, Gary 349, 168 Blount, Beverly 295 Blount, Carol 380 Blubaugh, Mike 380 Blue, Joyne 380 Blum, Joyne 380 Boedeker, Donald 380 Boehm, Ralph 295, 168 Boles, Joel 349 Bollinger, Fred 380 Bonnell, Jeffrey 380 Bonney, Stephen 295 Bonst, Elizabeth A. 295 Bontke, Richard 295 Bookout, Linda 380 Boon, Mills 295, 168 Boone, Daniel 349, 240 Borders, Gerald 349 Borne, Arthur 349 Boroff, Lynette 349, 79 Bosh, Dorcus 380 Boswell, Billy 349 Boswell, Gary L. 295 Boswell, Laura 327 Bosworth, Steve 328 Bothe, Lynda 349, 148 Bouffard, Michael 380, 128 Bouldin, LeRoy 380 Bourland, Dan 328 Bourne, Harold 172,328 Bowe, James 328 Britain, Donna Jean 295 Britton, Jim 328 Britton, Marianna 381 Broadie, Delaine 350, 277, 96, 137 Brocker, Ned 381 Brockway, Carl D. Brooks, Jimmie 295 Brooks, Mary 381 Brooks, Mary Ann 295 Brookshire, Phil 328 Byrd, William 296 Byrnes, James 297 Byrne, Bobby 328 Cabrera, Anthony 328 Cadenhead, Roger 351 Cadens, John 382 Cagley, Robert 328 Brotherton, John 350 Brougham, Judy 350 Brown, Douglas 296 Brown, George 350 Brown, Greg 381 Brown, Harry 328 Brown, James 350 Brown, Janette 381 Brown, Jeff 350 Brown, John 381 Brown, Kenna Lou 381, 126 Brown, Mary 381, 350 Brown, Mary Lee 350 Brown, Richard 350 Brown, Roy 381 Brown Scott 381 Brownfield, Tommy Joe 71 Bruckner, Michael 328 Brugoon, Glenna 381 Brusewitz, Edie 350, 148 Bruton, Davene 381 Bryan, Andrew 350 Bryan, Deborah 381 Bryan, Jerry 350, 190 Bryan, Michael 296 Bryan, Suzanne 296, 176 Bryant, Mary 350 Bryant, Weldon 296 Bowen, Bobby 380 Bowen, William 328 Bower, Bonita 349 Bower, James 349, 128 Bower, Kathleen 295 Bowles, Lary 349 Bryson, Bill 296, 187, 198 Bubewik, Jim 350 Buchanan, Rob 350 Buck, Grady 328 Buckelliw, Madeleine 328 Cahill, Phillip 351 Cain, Larry 351 Caldwell, Alan 382 Caldwell, Jefl 351 Callee, Richard 171 Calk, Royce 382 Callahan, Jimmy 35 1 Callaway, John 297 Calvert, Calvert, Cambell, Richard 328 Susan 382 Stanley 382 Camp, Edward 297 Camp, Sharon 382 Campbell, Charles 297 Campbell , Diane 2 97 Campbell, Gloria 382 Campbell, Jack 328 Campbell, 165 Campbell, Jimmy 297 Campos, Federico 351 Canada, Gary 382 Candy, B arry 297 Cannefax, Pam 382 Cannon, Charles 328 Cannon, David 174 Cannon, Thomas 328 Cantrell, Gloria 351 Cantrell, Pam 382 Cantrell, Sandy 351 Cantrell, Wood 297 Canter, Capers, Ronald 328 Don 351 Cassady, Brian 351 Caster, Bill 351 Caton, Paul 351 Candle, Wanda 382 Caudry, John 298 Cavender, Richard 351, 168 Caver, Fred 382 Cavin, Curtis 382 Cde Baca, Pat 351 Celovsky, Andrew 351 Cernantes, Blanche 351 Cestrarte, Thomas 383 Chaloupka, Johnny 351 Chamberlain, Jack 383 Jerri 297 , 179, Chambers, David 351, 268 Chambers, Gloria 298 Chambers, Jim 329 Chambers, Radford 351 C ha mbe rs C ha mbe rs C hambe rs , Tommy A. 383 , Tommy D. 383 Tommie A. 298 Chambleef Tom 167 Chambliss, Gardner 351 Champlin, Larry 383 Chandler, Pierce 298 Chapman, Danny 383 Chapman, Durrell 329 Chapman, Joe 383 Chapman, Linda 383, 149 Chapman, Pat 383 Chapman Robert 329 Charles, ,Beverly 383 Charles, Charlene 383 Chatham, Jimmie 383 Chavous, Phyllis 383 Chenault, Cheneve rt Christa 329 , Judy 383 Chernosky, Mike 383 Barbara 35 1 Bowling, Robert G. 295 Bowman, David 171 Bowman, Kenneth 245, 248 Buckman, Joe 296 Buckner, Hulen 170 Buerger, James 296 Carbonell, Adrian 351 Carboni, Richard 351 Cardwell, John 382 Bowmer, Jerald 381, 268 Boyce, Eddie 349 Boyd, Ellen 328 Boyd, James 380 Buis, James 328, 174 Bullinger, William 381 Bullington, Thomas 328 Bullock, Michael 351 Boyd, Kenneth 328 Boyd, Michael 328 Boydston, Barty 349, 174 Boydston, Sammie 349 Boykin, Robert 349 Boynton, Glenda 380 Boylan, Katye 295 Box, Ronald 381 Brackeen, Ann 328 Bradburky, John 295 Bradley, James 295 Brady, Joan 328 Braggs, Mary 295 Bramlett, Jerry 328 Brammett, Keiv 381 Brandon, Bill 295, 202 Brandon, Glenn 349 Brandon, Reid 349, 167 Brandt, Mary 381 Branscom, Daniel 381 Branson, Mike 381 Branum, Lawanda 349 Bump, Daniel 381 Burch, Donna 350 Burgess, Pamela 381 Burke, Edward 350 Burke, Kathi 381 Burkett, Marcellous 350 Burks, Linda 381 Burman, Kenneth 350 Burnett, David 296 Burns, Ben 296 Burns, Jean 296 Burns, Jerry 296 Burns, Larry 328 Burns, Porter 381 Burns, Robert 381 Burns, Rowena 296 Burns, Tranquilla 381 Brashear, Clifton 381 Brassell, Billy 349 Braswell, Dwight 350 Braswell, Karon 165, 177 Braswell, Mike 350, 190 Bray, Rollan 295 Breckeen, Ross 381 Breckenridge, Sherry 381 Brett, Gerald 328 Brewer, Gary 350 Brice, Jacqueline 381, 179 Bridges, Jo 381 Bridges, Ronny 381 Bridgewater, Rickey 350 Briggs, Valerie 350 Brisco, Sherry 350 Brister, Ernest 295, 170 Burnside, Jackie 296 Burress, Pat 350 Burress, Warren 296 Burris, Kay 350 Burris, Rusty 240, 180, 188, 187 Burrows, Edward 296 Burseen, Ronald 382 Burson, Albert 382 Burson, Diana 350 Burt, John 350 Burton, Mike 350 Burton, Stan 350 Busbee, Jerry 174 Busdosh, Gerald 296 Busdosh, Ronald 381 Bush, John 328 Bush, Ray 382 Buttram, William 296 Buyers, John 351 Buzbee, Sam 382 Byers, John 296 Carer, Hailey 297 Cargile, Al 328 Carlile, Joe 382 Carlisla, Charles 297 Carlisle, Penny 297 C arlock , Gaylord 328 Carlton, Carlton, Carnes, Donald 297 Sherry 382 Mary 382 Carpenter, Gene 329 Carpenter, Jess 329, 245 252 Carpenter, Leon 329 Carr, Johnnie 382 Carr, Raymond 382 Carrell, Larry 351 Carroll, Jean 382 Carroll, Larry 351 Carson, Mickey 351 Carter, Candy 351, 182 Carter, Don 329 Carter, Doug 297 Carter, Glenn 351 Carter, James 351 Carter, John 329 Carter, Mike 382 Carter, Nola 382 Carter, Ronny 382 Carter, Sandye 382 Carter, Stephen 351 Carter Troy 297 Cartwright, Tommy 329 Carver, Darrel 351 Case, Bobby 329 Casey, Donald 351 Cash, Charles 382 Cash, Durward 329 Cash, Ken 382 Cash, Mike 351 Cashion, Charles 297 Casper, James 329 Casper, John 298 Caster, Nancy 382 Chessmore, Helen 351 Childers, John 383 Childers, Linda 329 Childress, Pat 351, 168 Chittangwong, Sanit 298 Choate, Guy 351 Choate, Janetta 383 Choate, Mike 383 Christal, Mike 383 Christle, Allen 383 Christopher, Gary 329 Christy, Ben 351, 234, 128 Church, Ted 298 Churchill, Kenneth 383 Cisneros, Robert 351 Clampitt, Robert 329 Clanton, Larry 351 Clark, Billy 383 Clark, Janis 383 Clark, John 383, 168 Clark, Larry 298 Clark, Mark 383 Clark, Sharon 383 Clark, Steve 383 Clarke, James 329 Claunch, Michael 383 Clawson, Charles 329 Claybrook, Doris 298 Clay, Richard 329 Clemens, Nolan 298 Clements, Larry 383 Cliburn, Buddy 174 Clinkscales, Wanda 178 Clopton, Bobbie 329 Clopton, David 298 Close, Fred 298 Clough, George 329 Cloughly, Pat 383 Clowers, Harold 298 Cobb, Susan 384 Cocharo, Laura 384 Cochran, James 384 Cochran, John 329 Cochran, Michael 329 Cody, Joy Lynn 384 Cody, Nancy 384 Coffey, Gene 329 Cofield, Curt 329 Cohen, James 148 Cohen, Paul 148 Coker, Don 202 421 Coker, Ronald 329 Coldwell, Charles 79 Cole, Jim 298 Coleman, Carlton 384 Coleman, Robert 298 Collier, Kenneth 329 Collins, Bobbitt 329 Collins, Judy 329 Collins, Pain 384 Collins, Robert 384 Colwell, Steve 202 Colwick, Lary 384 Combs, Henry 384 Combs, Sandra 181, 277 Culling, Laurence 385 Culver, Jimmy 358 Cummings, Marion 299 Cumpton, Taylor 299 Cunningham, Lorenza 385 Cunningham, Michael 385 Cunningham, Ranlie 385 Cupples, Phil 385 Currey, Lana 385 Curry, Jeri 385 Curtis, James 299 Cushman, Tom 330 Dickey, Malee 386 Dickey, William 386 Dickson, David 352 Dickson, William 386 Dieb, Betsy 386 Eason, Bobby 387 East, Donald 352 Easter, Lynne 181 Evlen, Vickie 113 Eckblad, Libby 233, 301 Diehl, Roy 269 Deim, Bob 245, 253 Diem, Marcia 331, 181, Diem, Robert 352 Dill, R. B. 352 Dillehay, Glen 331 Dillon, Caron 386 Dillon, John 386 Dingus, Mike 352 Eddleman, Judy 387 Edington, Tresa 387 Edmundson, Bonny 331 Edmondson, Robert 352 Edwards, Bobby 301 Edwards Charles 352, 168 Edwards, Chelly 352 Edwards, Chuck 387 Edwards Deanna 352 Compton, Joe 329 Conine, Howard 384 Connally, Donald 384 D Dailey, Henry 385 Dixon , Dixon , Dixon , Carrignton 331 Donald 352 Richard 173 Eichenberger, Frederick 387 Einhaus, Elizabeth 387 Elbel, Sandra 387 Connatser, Betty 329 Connatser, Rebecca 384 Connell, Jack 298 Conner, Milton 384 Conner, Milton 384 Connor, Jeannette 384 Conrad, Carolyn Hope 299 Conti, Joseph 167 Conway, Nell 384 Cook, Bill 384 Cook, Darrell 299 Cook, William 329 Coone, Linda 384 Cooper, Annetta 384 Cooper, Chris 384 Cooper, Denzil 384 Cooper, Howell 384 Dallin, William 300 Dalton, Duce 385 Dalton, Eric 385 Daniel, John 385 Daniels, Howard 330, 173 Danielson, Danny 385 Darnell, Linda 330 Darovich, Donna 385 Darr, Gerald 300 Darr, Thomas 385 Darst, Harold 300 Daubert, Robert 300, 236 Davenport, Charles 385 Davenport, Robert 386 Davenport, Robert M. 330 Davidson, Rechey 330 Davies, Juli 180, 183 Dobbs, Charles 387, 190 Dobbs, Fred 331, 230 Dobson, Janice 387 Dockery, Dania 387 Dodd, Billie Lynn 352 Dodd, Dennis 387 Dodgen, Diane 387 Dodson, Pat 387 Doerr, James 300 Doerr, John 387 Dollar, H. G. 300 Domingues, Frank 387 Dona hy, John 174 Donald, Ronnie 331 Donaldson, Danny 387 Donovan, George 170 Donovan, Michael 331 Elick, Don 301 Elkins, Gwen 388 Elliott, Ed 388 Elliott, John 301 Elliot, Marcia 388 Elliot, Pam 181 Elliott, Richard 388 Elliott, Steve 352 Elliott, Susanne 301 Elliott, Terri 388 Ellis, Don 352 Ellis, Gary 352 Ellis, Kenneth 388 Ellis, Mike 352 Cooper, Cooper Jimmy 299 Yvonne 384 Cope, Clarence 330 Cope, William 330 Copeland, Sharon 384 Coplin, Gary 330 Coplin, Sherwin 384 Corbitt, Paul 384 Corboy, Annabelle 384 Cordes, Paul 330 Cormier, Max 384 Cornett, John 187, 190 Cosper, Edd 299 De HS Y Costello, Cathy 385 Cotton, Penny 188, 187 Couch, Beverly 299 Coulson, Cindi 385 Coulson, Robert 385 Coulter, Jean 299 Counts, Barbara 330 Counts, Carolyn 385 Covington, James 330 Cowan, Danny 385 Cowley, Rebecca 330, 180, 172 Cowsert, Larry 385 Cox, Carl 385 Cox, Glenda 385 Davis, Dolores 386 Davis, James 245, 255 Davis, Juanita 330 Davis, Juli 165 Davis, Michael 386 Davis, Paul 386 Davis, Phyllis 330 Davis, Robert 386 Davis, Robert 330 Davis, Sharon 386, 125 Davis Tommy 239 , 168 Dawley, Robert 386 Dawson, Charles 330 Dawson, Joan 386 Dawson, John 352 Day, Ben 170 Day, Betty 386 Day, Glenn 386 Day, Michael 386 Day, Parker 352 Day, Randy 173 Day, Ronnie 386 Dooley, Robert 300, 237 Doolittle, Bill 387 Doolittle, Karen 300 Doran, Susan 331 Dorsey, Paula 387 Dosser, Dod 331 Doty, Erceal 387 Douglas, Donald 300 Dover, Ronnie 300 Downing, Don 189, 187 Downing, Wanda 387 Ellis, Williams 168 Elmore, Gordon 331 Elridge, Kathryn 388 Elrod, Gene 388 Elrod, Sharon 331 Elrod, Truman 331 Elsner, Clinton 388 Elton, Michael 388 Elza, Marie 388, 149 Embry, Kenneth 331, 174 Emery, Michael 352 Emison, Rupert 331 Emmert, April 388 Emmett, Patsy 388 Dozier, James 300 Drago, Jerry 331 Emmons, Tommy 352 Enayati, Eskandar 352 Dean, Caroline 352 Dean, Gene 300 Dean, Ginger 330, 165, 177 Dean, Scott 330 Dean, Susan 202 Nancy 386 Drane, Clifford 352 Draper, David 352 Draper, Suzanne 352 Drennan, Dale 331, 267 Drennan, Freddie 352 Drowe, Robert 352 Dubach, Windas 331 Dubic, Michele 387 Duer, Deryl 300 Duff, Robert 331 Dugger, Forrest 387 Duhr, Don 352 Duke, Billy 387 Duke, David 259, 260 Duke, Kay 352 Cox, Glynn 299, 234 Cox, Jerry 385 Cox, Jerry Don 299 Cox Kent 330, 168 Craddock, Ronald 299 Crain, William 299 Crane, Janet 176 DeBusk, Penny 386 DeKonty, Hannah 386 DelaCruz, Eligio 386 DeLange, Richard 300 DeLaPaz, Gloria 299 Dell, Swindle 386 Deloach, Grady 386 Cranford, Donald 385 Cravens, Thomas 299 Crawford, Danny 385 Crawford, Jon 385 Crawford, Judith 299 Crawford, Peggy 299, 182 Crayne, Mike 385 Cremer, Barry 385 Crider, Tommy 171 Crist, Jean 179 Criswell, Jerri 385 DeMaris, Rene 386 Demerson, Perry 330 Dempsey, Linda 386 Dempster, Roy 330 Denig , Denges Dennis Bill 352 , Cynthia 331 Mary Ailene 35 Denson, Gary 128 Denton, Donald 331 Derczo, John 386 Derden James 331 2 Critz, Carolyn 180 Cromeens, Gary 385 Cromer, Becky 385 Crone, Jerry 79 Cronkhite, James 299 Cross, Cyril 330 Crow, Robert 299 Crow, Samuel 385 Crowe, Don 170 Crouch, Henry 330 DeVault, Daryl 352 DeVault, Jimmy 352 Devine, Bill 268 Dewveall, Jerald 352 DeYoung, Eddie 352 Diaz, Daniel 386 Dickenson, Charlene 386 Dickerson, Lewis 386 Dickerson, Rita 386 Dickerson, Sandra 386 Dulaney, Allen 300' Dulaney, James 300 Dunbar, Dixie 331 Duncan, H. Dan 300 Duncan, Stan 387 Dunkin, Patricia 300 Dunn, DeLayne 387 Dunn, Larry 352 Dunn, Marcus 352 Dunnihoo, Judi 331 Dunson, Duane 387 Dupuy, John 387 Durling, Diana 352 DuVal, Pamela 352 Dwight, Danny 387 Dycus, John 387 Dydek, Fredrick 352 Dye, Clayton Gary 300 Dye, Larry 387 Dyson, Odis 300 Eades, Elaine 387 Eagle, Hughe 352 Earhart, Travis 331 Early, Jon 174 Endicott, Gayla 388 Endres, Ronald 331 Englerth, Fred 388 English, Wayne 388 Ensey, Carolyn 388 Eppink, Gary 301 Eppink, Jean 388 Epps, William 388 Erickson, Brent 352 Erickson, Dale 388 Erickson, Gerald 388 Erlick, Barry 352 Erwin, Thomas 388 Escoe, Keith 331 Esquivel, Florentino 388 Essary, Beverley 388 Esters, Gary 353, 171 Estes, Charles 353 Estes, Gelia 301 Estill, Jim 301 Estrada, Pete 250, 245 Estrada, Tony 245, 255 Etheridge, Tommy Ray 301 Evans, Charles 353 Evans, Charles 388 Evans, Charles B. 388 Evans, Emilie 331 Evans, George 301 Evans, James 331 Evans, Mary 301 Evans, Randy 353 Evans, Suzarme 388 Evans, Steve 301 Evans, Troy 353 Evarts, Ray 331 Everett, Jimmy 388 Everitt, Andrea 388 Eudaley, Terry 388 Fahrenkamp, Linda 388 Fairchild, Jerry 388 Falconer, John 331 Fallis, Newton 388 Fallis, Patsy 388 Falls, James 388 Falvo, Jimmy 168 Fancher, Judy 331 Farhat, Michael 301, 245, 252 Farley, Phil 331 Franklin, Judy 356, 182, 165, 148 Fraser, Elizabeth 356 Frazier Rob 389 Freeman, David 303 Freeman, Mike 389 Freeman, Sharon 332 Freeman, William 332 Freer, Gary 356, 174 Farmer, Dempsey 388 Farmer, Ted 353 Farr, Joe 301 Farr, Roger 353, 174 Farris, Constance 389 Fatemi, G. H. 301 Faulkenburry, Donald 389 Feath, William 302 Feik, John 168 Felix, George 353, 170 Felsher, Sherrye 353 Fennig, J. S. 302 Ferenz, Bonnye 353 Ferguson, Hal 331 Ferguson, John 302 Ferguson, Michael 353 Ferrell, Lois 302 Fertitta, Frank 353 Fickle, Mike 389 Field, Eugene 389 Fields, Russ 389, 172 Files, Nelson 353 Findley, Stephen 353 Fine, Helen 302, 179 Finley, Loretta 389 Finnell, Mike 389 Firestone, Johnny 353 Fischer, Kenneth 353, 171 Fisher, Jack 353 Fisher, Thomas 353 Fitch, James 331 Fite, Donald 302 Fitio, John 149 Fits, Norma 389 Fitzgerald, John 302 Fitzgerald, William 389 Fitzhugh, Larry 353 Flagg, Gordon 353 Flaherty, Robert 353 Flatt, J. R. 302 Flatt, Richard 389 Flatt, Victor 331 Fleming, Wendell 331 Fletcher, Michael 331 Florence, Feliza 389, 182 Flowers, Deanna 389 Flowers, Jane 389 Flowers, William 353 Floyd, William 302 Fluke, Wayne 353 French, James 303, 174 Frey, Rita 389 Fridge, David 356 Friedman, Bill 332, 202 Friedman, Nancy 356 Fritcher, Edward 332 Fritz, Richard 356 Fromm, Richard 389 Frost, Holly 332 Fry, Cheryl 389 Fry, Martha Jo 303 Frye, Michael 389 Fulenwider, Douglas 389 Fulenwider, Giner 332, 178 Fulk, Penelope 332 George, Jack R. 303 Gentry, Dale 390 Gentry, Mike 390 Gentry, Thomas Gerron, Sheldon 356 Gharis, Gene 356 Gharis, Robert 357 Gibbons, Gary 390 Gibbs, Herschel 332 Gibson, Dana 390 Gibson, Harold 332, 234 Gibson, Larry 390 Gibson, Ronald 357 Gidley, Don 332 Giesen, Larry 332 Gideon, Mildred 390 Gifford, Charles 390 Gilbert, Ann Green, Tommy 333 Greene, Bob 391 Greene, Kay 391 Greene, Larry 391 Greene, Mike 357, 191 Greener, Pan 357, 182 Greenfield, Carl C. 304 Greer, Bobby 357 Greer, Jimmy 357, 202 Gregory, Lynda 391 Gregory, Paula 391 Gresham, Gary 333 Grewe, Barbara 333, 178, 165 Grey, John 304 Gribbon, Gerry 357, 176 Grider, Sandy 391, 148 Grier, Stanley 391 Fuller, Gary 303 Fuller, Jackey 356 Fuller, Jerry 356 Fuller, Keith 389 Furstenberg, Janet 389 Fyffe, Donna 356 Gabbert, Gary 332 Gaddis, Jimmy 187, 190 Gafford, Angela 389 Gafford, Judy 389 Gajdica, Daniel 303 Gallagher, John 389 Gailbraith, Dub 245, 248 Gaines, David 356 Galiga, William A. 303 Gallagher, John 171 Gamble, Michael 303 Gamble, Pat 269 Gamble, Thomas 389 Gammenthaler, Cathryn 389 Gandy, Thomas 303 Ganne, Skip 332 Gant, Fredric 356 Gant, Susan 390 Garchel , Stanley 356 Garcia, LeRoy 390 Gardner, Larry 356 Gardner, Val Jean 356 Garland , Richard 390 Garner , Garner , Bubba 245, 251 John 303 Flusche, Patrick 389 Flynn, Paul 389 Fogelin, Alex 302 Garner, Karen 356, 128, 176 Garner, Randle 356, 168 Garonzik, Allan 303 Foltz, Joe 353 Forbes, Linda 353 Ford, Arthur 389 Ford, Carrol 353 Ford, David 389 Ford, Dink 259, 260 Ford, Don 331 Ford, Linda 389 Garrett, Garrett, David 332, 174 George B. 303 Garrett, Jerry 356, 168 Garrett, Jerry W. 332 Garrett, Robert 236 Garrett, Sharon 390 Garrett, Tommy 356 Garrett William 356 Gill, Raymond 357 Gillaspia, Paul Gilley, Gayla 390, 277 Gillham, Susan 390 Gillispie, Douglas 390 Gist, Pamela 357 Glass, Roger 332 Glatts, Larry 167 Gleason, Timothy 357 Glen, Nancy 390 Gnuse, Robert 390 Goad, John 357 Gober, Teddy 332 Goddard, Larry 390 Godfrey, Kenneth Wayne 303 Godrey, Eddie 357 Godwin, Gerald G. 303 Goin, Bobby Lee 357 Goldberg, Mike 303, 170 Golden, Ronnie 332, 168 Golden, Jack 390 Golder, Ansel Nathan 304 Gomez, Sabino 357 Gomzalez, Heleodoro 390 Gooch, Harry 357 Goode, Phillip L. 304 Gooden, Charles 357 Gooden, Garry 304, 168 Goodman, Frank 357 Goodman, Harry 332 Goodman, Linda 390 Goodrich, Robert 357 Goodwin, Lee 390 Goodwin, Sandra 357 Gonzales, Alfred 390 Gordon, G. R. 332 Gordon, John 304 Gorham, Eugene 357 Gorman, Robert Bruce 304 Gostomske, Barbara 390, 148 Gostomski, Mary Ann 357 Gotcher, Darrell 304 Gotcher, Pamela 332 Gouge, Lloye 357 Gouman, Richard 357 Goyne, Ernest 391 Grady, William 357 Graham,Allen Griffin, Arthur 173 Griffin, Bobby 391 Griffin, Danny 391 Griffin, Mickey Griffith, Jack 391 Griffith, Jerry 333 Foreman, Betty 302 Foreman, John 187, 190 Fornero, Billy Joe 353 Hall Foster, Foster, Jerry 389 Jimmie 302 Foster, Prentis 389 Foster, Yvonne 389 Fowler Gordon 353 Fowler James 302 Fowler Phyllis 389 Fowler Randy 353 Fowler, Robert 332 Fowler, Steve 302, 170 Fowler, Susan 353, 180 Fox, Don 302 Francis, Johnny 356 Frank, Robert 356 Frank, Terry 356 Franklin, Jerry 332 Franklin, Jimmy 302 Garrison, Herbie 332 Garth, John 356 Garza, Joseph 390 Gaskill, Johnny 390 Gaston, Angela 303, 79 Gatchel, Stephen 128 Gathings, Judy 356 Gathings, Max 168 Garia, Rachel 332 Gayler, Mary Zane 390 Gaynor, Phil 390 Geddie, Tommy 390 Geer, Sandra 390 Geer, Thomas 390 Geeslin, Elton 303 Geiselbrecht, Darwin 356 Geist, Richard 303 Geltmeier, Cheryl 390 Genovesi, Dennis 303 George, David 390 Graham, Ardis 391 Graham, Bruce Edward 304 Graham, Dale 391 Graham, Elaine 391 Graham, Mike 391 Graham Stephen 332 Griffin, Michael 357 Groggotj, Ray 357 Grimes, Cecilia 357 Grimes, Michael 357 Grimm, David 304 Grishan, Weldon 391 Grossom, Thomas J. 304 Grizzelle, Don 391 Groce, Larry 357 Grogan, Don 391 Groody, Patricia 391 Groseclose, Sandra 391 Grubbs, Albert 357 Gruber, Sue 304 Grumbling, Robert 333 Guenzel, James 391, 202 Guerra, Jesse 333 Guillory, Sheron 391 Gunn, Barbara 333 Gunnels, Judy 357 Gunter, Marvin 357 Gupea, Vijay Kumar 357 Gustafson, Tommie 391 Guthrie, Don 391 H Haagen, Peter 333 Hackler, Bobby 357 Haddock, Tony 357 Hadley, Shay 181 Hallaran, Trudi 181 Hafele, Harry 391 Haggard, Charles 333 Haggard, Clyde F. 304 Hagler, Skeeter 391 Hagood, Kenneth 391 Hagood, Will 391 Hahn, George 357 Hailey, Getty 357 Hailey, Mike 357 Hairston, Lawrence Whitfield 304 Hale, Howard 333, 174 Hale, James E. 305 Hale, Robert 333, 180, 168, 259, 260 Granek, Rosyland 304, 79 Grange, Jim 391 Grant, Sue 357 Grantham, Walter J. 79 Graveh, James 391 Graves, Jerry 391 Graves, Skip 332 Gray, Everette 332 Gray, Joyce 391 Gray, Michael 357 Gray, Roger 391 Halkias, Lee 333 Hall, Duane 357 Hall, James 357 Hall, Jim 333 Hall, Mary Ann 357 Hall, Mike 391 Hall, Sharon Louise 305, Suzanne 333 Hallmark, Sammy 391 Halpenny, Donald D. 305 Halsey, Charles 305 Halwes, Dennis 333 Green, Barry 391 Green, Chester 332 Green, Gary 332 Green, Gorman 357 Green, Linda Lou 332 Green, Tajuana 392 Hamilton, Charlene 391 Hamilton, Dudley 391 Hamilton, Edward 333 Hamilton, Farrell 357 Hamilton, Gary Pat 305 Hamilton, Harriet 18 1 178 4 Hamilton, Harry 305, 174 Hamilton, Jan 391 Hamilton, Linda 392 Hamlett, Jana 358, 182 Hamlin, Lawrence 392 Hammon, Pene 358 Hammond, Jack B. 305 Hammond, Paul 392 Hammonds, Johnny 392 Hampton, Jim 392 Hammons, Hames Hampton, Lawrence H. 305 Hamrick, Alicia 392 Hamrick, Laurence 333 Hanak, Shirley 358 Hancock, David Haney, Gerald 392 Hands, Linda 392 Hanna, Mike 392 Hansen, Linda 392 Head, Teresa 392 Hearne, Ronald Homer 306 Hearrell, Lewis 392 Hearst, Tom 358 Heide, James T. 306 Heidenreich, Max 358 Heidt, Janet 392 Heidt, Jean 392 Heim, Bill 358 Heise, Bill 392 Heise, Virginia 305 Heisserer, Katy 306, 182 Heitman, Lynn 358 Helm, Gretchen 392 Helm, Danny 358 Helton, Andrea 392, 148 Henchcliffe, Pete 333 Henderson, Alray 358 Henderson, Marry 333 Henderson, Horace 392 Haralson, Dudley Q. 305 Hardeman, Doug 358 Hardin, Benny 305 Hardin, Diana 333 Hardin, Janet 392, 183 Hardin, Mike 392 Hardin, Sandra 392 Harding Lewis 392 Hardy,Divayme 392,269 Harju, Ralph 392 Hendrickson, Ronald 392, 114 Hendrix David 333 , 168 Hendrixi Joe 245, 255 Hendrix Sharon 393 Hendrix: rom 245, 250 Henning, Robert Paul 306 Henning, Thomas 393 Henson, Barbara 358, 178, 165, 123 Henson, Linda 393, 148 Henson Ron 358 Harley, Gene 333 Harman, Bonnie 358 Harp, David 305 Henson: Ronald 334 Henson, Ronny 334 Harp, Ken 333 Harp, William B. 305, 175 Harper, Jack 333 Harper, Sherry Harper, Sue 333 Harlow Janet 358 Henson, Tom 393 Herbert, Joan 306 Hergenroether, John 306 Hernandez, Alberto 358 Hernandez, Edward 358 Herndon, Wayne 393 Harmonm, Lee 358 Harr, Harry 358 Harrell, Charles 333 Harrell, David 305 Herr, David 306 Herring, Joann 334, 79 Herring, Paul 358 Herring, Vicki 393 Harrington, Willine 333 Harris, George W. 305 Harris, Keith W. 305 Harris, Lynda 392 Harris, Michzel 358 Harris, Thirel 333 Harris Verna Lou 358 Harrison, Dawn 305 Harrison, Linda 392 Harrison, Phyllis 305 Harrison, Robert 392 Herron, Danny Lynn 358 Hersley, Greg 27 1 Hodge, William 359, 171 Hodges, Jerry 306 Hodges, Ronald 334 Hoeckendort, Richard 173 Holland, Glenda 359 Hoffman, Kenneth 393 Scott 393 Hoffman, Hoffman, Susan 393, 179 Hoffman, William 334 Hoffpauir, Rosan 306,177 Hofmann, James 307, 179 Holbrook, Dennis 393 Holder, Jerry R. 307 Holland, Clif 393 Holland, Kenneth 393, 202 Holland, Monty Jean 393 Hollinger, Pam 359 Hollwell, Barbara 394 Holmes, Margaret 394, 128 Honeycutt, Kerry 334 Hood, Richard 359 Hook, Robert F. 307, 179 Hope, David 334 Hopkins, Mary 359 Hopkins, Robert 334, 170 Hoppe, Roger 359 Hopson, Donna 394 Hornsby, Nell 359 Horron, Kathryn 394 Horsley, Gregory C.307, 269 Horsley, Joel 359 Horsley, Tommy 394 Horst, Terri 334 Horst, William 359 Horton, James 359 Horton, John 307 Horton, Whatley 394 Hosey, Ruth 334 Hoskins, John 359 Hough, Mary Virginia 307, 181 Houp, Kent 394 Houston, Aubrey C. 307 Houston, Becky 394 Houston, Billy 394 Huntington, Clayton 334 Huntsinger, Larry 359 Hurst, Norman 394 Hurst, Robert 394 Hutchens, Larry 394 Hutchings, Michael 394 Hutchinson, Charles 334 Hutchinson, Richard 394 Huth, Valerie 394 Hutson, Bruce 359, 175 Hydak, Al 334 Hyde, Haven 359, 180 Hyde, Randy 359 Hynds, Nelda 394 Imber, Karen 359 lnnerarity, Mike 334 Innes, Laurie 394 Iqlecia, Nicolas 334 Irvin, Charles 394 Irving, William P. Jr. 307 Issaacs, Don 394 Issaacs, Rachel 334 Issaacs, Simmie 395 Ivy, Karen 307 Iwan, Leonard R. 307 Jackson Dewey 307 Jackson Donna 395 Jackson, James E. 307 Jackson, Jan W. 79 Jackson, Jay W. 308, 235 Jackson, Jorja 395 Jackson, Judy 395 Jackson, LaVon 395 Jackson, Stella 395 Jackson, Steve 245, 252 Hart, Antoinette 358 Hart, Bill 392 Hart Carol A. 305 Hart Jan 358, 79, 182 Hart Linda 392 Hart Loren 392 Hart Perry 392 Hartwell, Bill 392 Hearsley, Lynn 306 Hesse, Paul F. 306 Hetherington, J. Steven 306 Hewett, Doug 334 Heying, Monty 334 Hickman, William 334 Hicks, James Daniel 306 Hicks, Marion L. 306 Hicks, Randy 359 Hiett, Betsy 393 Higgins, Jill 359 Higgins, Sandra 393 Hight, Arlene 306 Hildebrand, James V. 306 Hinson, Gene 359 Hinton, Susan 393 Hipple, Norman 393 Housewright, Grady 359 Hovend, Sherry 334 Hover, Parrer 202 Howard, Andy 334, 171 Howard, David 394 Howard, Eddie 359 Howard, Glen 334 Howard, Jeff 359 Howard Sandra 394 202 Howe11,,Aub1-e 359, 'ies Harvey, David 392 Harvey, Jim 392 Harwell, Haskell 333 Harwell, Terry 333 Hashemi, Parviz 392 Hassenpflug, Larry 358 Hastings, Connie 358 Hatfield, Jerry 358, 202 Hathaway, Joe 392 Hatley, Gary 358 Hatton, Otto 392 Haubert, James 358 Hildebrand, Roland O. 306 Hilek, John 306 Hill, Acan 334 Hill, Hill Burton 393 Gary 306 Hill, James C. 393 Hill, James M., 359 Hill, Jimmy 393 Hill, Joe 334 Hill, Marc 359 Hill, Mary 359, 79 Hill O. Doyle 359 Hauk, R. L. 392 Hauser, Margaret 305 Hawkes, Erin 358 Hawkins, Don 358 Hawkins, Gary 392 Hawkins, Jim 305 Hawkins, Johnny 358 Hawkins Hawkins , Nathan 392 Roger 358 Hawkins: Thomas 392 Hayes, Bryan 358 Hayse, Tom 358 Haynes, Donald 333 Hays, Thomas 333 Head, Judith 305 Head, Sally 393 Hilland, Sandra 393 Hillebrenner, Jo-Ann Hilliard, Buck 393 Hinkson, Sandra 359 Hirsch, Richard 393 Hirsh, Robert 393 Hitt, Billy E. 306 Hitt, Bobby 393 Hitt, Frank A. 306 Hitter, Carol 334 Hiorth, Edward 334 Hoaldridge, Don 334 Hoaldridge, Jon 334 Hobbs, Jamie 393 Hobbs, Margie 393 Hodge, Clarence 393 359 Howell, Daniel H. 307 Howell, Phillip 394 Howell, Trinia 394 Hoyle, Howard 307 Hoxworth, David 394 Hrncir, Allan 334 Hrncir, Don 334 Huagen, Peter 179 Hubbard, Jerry 394 Hubbard, Myriam 334, 79, 176, 165 Hubbard, Ray 394 Hudgens, Bill 334 Hudgins, Joe Allen 307 Hudson, Hanes 394 Huebner, Mary 359, 237, 181 Huffman, Gary 359 Huggins, Charles 171 Huggins, Hollis 394 Hughes, Hunter 359 Hughes, Miguel 334 Hughes, Sammy 334 Huguley, Carl 190 Hulion, Sharon 394 Hull, Guy 359 Hull, Sarah 394 Hulse, Mary 394 Hultsman, Dennis 394 Hunke, Harvey 394 Hunt, Dennis 394, 202 Hunt, James 395 Hunt, Johnnie 334 Hunt, Phillip 394 Hunt, Sam 187, 190 Hunter, John Edward 307 Jacobson, Sally 395 Jakubik, Douglas 334 James, Larry H. 306 James, Lynn 334, 175 Jamieson, Jerel Scott 395 Jamieson, Jill 359, 177 Janick, Michael 334 Jann, Warren 334 Jaqua, Paul 308 Jeanes, Donna 359 Jenkins, Robert 308 Jenson, DeVah 395 Jeter, Bennie 360, 182 Jeter, Teddy 395 Jett, Barbara 395 Jett, Virginia 308 Jetton, Johnny M. 308 Jiles, Stephen 395 Jitendrakuman, Kapadia 335 John, John 360 Johns, Carolyn 335 Johns, George F. 308 J ohnsey Marshall E. 308 Johnson: Alvin 308 Johnson, Barbara Johnson Biff 360 Johnson Clifford 335 Johnson Donna 360 Johnson Dennis R. 308 Johnson, Doris 335 Johnson, Douglas 395 Johnson, Freddie 335 Johnson Gayle 360 Johnson Gerald 395 Johnson James 395 Johnson James 395 Johnson Janice 335 Johnson John 395 Johnson Johnny 335 Johnson Juanita 395 Johnson Lonnie 360 Johnson Larry 360 Johnson Larry D. 308 Johnson Lorraine 360 Johnson Kristine 395 Johnson Mary 360 Johnson Mary 395 Johnson, Michael 335 Jolmson, Norman 335 Johnson, Pamela 395 Johnson, Richard 395 Johnson, Robert 335 Johnson, Robert 395 Johnson, Ronald 360 Johnson, Ronald 395 Johnson, Sandra 395 Johnson, Sharon 360 Johnson, Sherry 395 Johnson, W. Alan 360 Johnson, Wayne 395 Johnson, Weldon 395 Johnston, Glenn 360 Johnston, Myra Sue 395 Jones, Bobb 395 189 187 y 3 3 Braxton 360 Jones Jones, Clevis 360 Jones, Coy 335 Jones David 335 Jones David 395 Jones Derrell 360 Jones Donald 360 Jones Freddie 168 Jones Jap 395 Jones John 395 Jones John 360 Jones Jonne Elaine 395 Jones Judy 360 Jones Keith 395 Jones Kit 395 Jones Nickey 360, 148 Jones Nona 308 Jones Pamela 360 Jones Jones Richard 360 Richard 335 Jones Robert 360 Jones Ronald Eugene 308 Jones Ronnie W. 308 Jones Sharon 396 Jones Steve 335 Jones Susan 396 Jones Tommie 396 Jordan, Don 335 Jordan, Duane 396 Joseph, Phil 335 Joyce, Randy 396 Judkins, Michael 396 Justice, Carl 360 Justice, Jim 335 K Kaker, Sammy 396 Kennedy, Steve R. 309 Kent, Greg 396 Kepley, Terry 149 Kerkham, Robert 335 Kerl, James 335 Kerl, Karolyn 396 Kevil, James 335 Key, Dennis 396 Key, Dianne 360, 180 Key, Dick 396 Key, Gary Stefon 309 Kiblinger, E. Doke, Jr. 309 Kidd, Susan 396 Kildow, Randall 396 Killough, Sarah 360 Kilpatric, Jack 335, 79 Kilpatrick, Tommy 396, 128 Kim, Inkon 335 Kimball, Travis 309 Kimbrell, Charles 335 Kimbrough, Joe 396 Kimmer, Lin 360, 167 Kincaid, Judy 397 King, Joseph 235 King, Oliver 309 King, Robert 309 King, Tommy 397 King, Tura L. 309 Kingan, Charles 397 Kinnery, Gordon 360 Kinney, Gordon 168 Kinsey, Don 360 Kiper, Ted 397 Kirk, Darla 397 Kirk, Mike 397 Kirk, Steve 361 Kirkham, Gary 397 Kirkham, Jerry 335 Kirkland Michael 397 Kirkland Terry 361 Kitchens James 397 Kitchens Judy 397 Kizer, Daivid 335 Lam, Karen 397 Lambert, Jerry 397 Lambert, Warren 336 Lambert, Walter 397 Lambright, Doug 397 Lamkin, Ann 361, 176 Lamkin, Mark 309 Lamothe, Richard 397 Lamp, Michael 397 Lancaster, Gary 336 Land, John 336 Land, Judy 336, 178 Landers, Charles 397 Landry, Earl 361, 202 Lang, Linda 397 Land, Richard 397 Langdon, Michael 336, 239, 179 Langford, Ann 361 Langford, Donald 336 Langham, Alfred 361 Langley, Grady 397 Lane, Tommy D. 309 Lantier, Florence 397 Lapington, Charlotte 397 Lapp, John 336 Lapp, Margie 336 LaPrelle, Rogers 397 Larkin, Patrick 397 Larson, Raymond 336 Lattimore, Mary 361 Lauderdale, Charles W. 309, 235 Lawrence, Jim 310 Lawson, Richard 361 Lawton, Sylvia 310, 179 Layne, Gary 361 Layne, Nancy 397 Layton, Annette 361 Lear, Buddy 310, 168 Leatherman, Donald 310 Leavell, Buster 361 Leavenworth, Edwin 336 Ledbetter, Hubery 361 Listi, Rosemari 398 Little, Dennis 336 Littrell, Samye 398 Livermore, James 398 Lobb, David 362 Lockhart, Bill 336 Lockhart, Eric 398 Locklier, Judith 181 Lockwood, Frederick 398 Loesch, Nick 398 Lohrman, Mary 398 Loiry, Jane 362 Lollar, Rex 398 London, Larry 398 Long Anthony 362 Longi Bernard 398 Long, Don 336 Long, Linda 362, 181, 165 Long, Ronnie 362 Long, Sherry 398 Long, Thomas 398 Long, William 398 Long , William D. 310 Lonzie, Shelia 362 Lo Presti, Charles 336 Lord, John F. 310 Lott, Jerry 362 Kalan, Patty 396 Kale, Faye 396 Kalinich, Ray 245, 252 Kane, Kathleen 360, 176 Kantz, Ken 168 Karalis, Ernest Stephen 308 Karbach, Armin 335 Karr, Kay 396 Karr, Thomas 335 Kasper, Wesley 360 Kassinger, Sue 309 Kizer, Gary 361 Kizer, Jerry 361 Kleinmann, Richard 309, 79 Klutz, James 336 Kneeland, Charles M. 397 Knell, Michael 397 Knight, Billy 361 Knight, Clyde 361 Knight, Connie 361, 176 Knight, Ike 397 Knight, Mary Ann 361 Knight, Mary Sue 361 Knight, Terri 397 Knodle, Gary 361 Koenbrnick, Douglas, 336, 168 Kohr, Alvin 397 Koonsen, Stanley 336 Koops, Thomas 175 Koos, Donnell Kenneth 309 Koremnam, Larry 361 Kower, Janet 397 Kraatz, Gwendolyn 336 Lednicky, Edwin 361 Ledwin, Donna 397 Lee, Bobbie 397 Lee, Candy 397 Lee, Connie 336, 176 Lee Conny 397 Lee Gwendolyn 336 Lee Hosea James 397 Lee Jimmy 310 Lee John Charles 310, 167 Lee Sally Ann 361 179 Leech, Charles J. 310 Louder, Valjeanne 398 Loughridge, Johnny 362 Louis, Alice Carol 310 Loven, James A. 310 Loven, Jan 336 Loving, Lloyd 362 Lowe, John 362 Lowe, William G. 310, 235 170 Lucas, Pauline 362 Luke, Gerald 362 Luckett, Jerry 398 Lumley, George 362 Lummus, Carolyn 310 Lump, Frank 398 Lumpkin, James 362 Lunt, Edward 336, 170 Luper, Larry 362 Luster, Elouise 362 Lutes, Joyelene 398 Luther, Charles 398 Lutz, Andy 398 Lutz, Robert 398 Lutz, Stephen 114 Lyle, Reginald 336 Lynch, Danny 398 Lynch, Hubert 362 Lynch, Jack 259, 260 Lynch, Laureen C. 310 Kassinger, William 396 MacDonald, Linda 398 Kautz, Ken 308 Kay, Annie 396 Kee, Charles 360 Kee, David 396 Keel, Ray 335 Keener, Robert 360 Kerr, Sandy 189, 187 Keinburg, John 360 Keith, Tani 360 Keller, Sharee 396 Kelley, Dewayne 335 Kelley, Gwen 396 Kelley, Janet 335 Kelley, Nancy Lee 360 Kelly, Troy Walter 307, 309 Kelsey, Judy 309 Kelsey, Richard 309 Kembro, Patti 396 Kennedy, Betty 396 Kennedy, Larry 396 Kraft, Al 397,271 Leef, Barlow 336 Leffier, Warren 336 Leicht, Robert 336 Leidolf, Scott 361 Leigh, Barbara Chism 310 Leigh, Paulette 397 Lemester, Terry 397 LeMay, Glen 398 Lemmons, Anne 398 Lemmons, Billy Don 310 Lepenski, Virginia 361 Leslie, Tommy 336 Levens, John 336, 128 Lynch, Sheila 398 Lynn, Wayne 190 Lyons, Leonard 362 Lyons, Ronald 362 M Maben, Marti 336, 179 Maberry, Joe 398 Mabry, Paula 362 Mabry, Woody 336 Kramer, Donna 336, 181 Kramer, Paul 361 Kriegel, Laurance 361 Kroder, Dalton 309 Kuelbs, Susan 397 Kuhn, Gary E. 309 Kuhlmann, David 336 Kuntz, Ann 361 Kunta, Theodore 397 Kunze, Randy 361 Kumpf, John 336 L LaCava, Wayne 309 Lacefield, Larry 397 Lackey, Jimmy Don 397 Lackey, Robert 397 LaJudice, Kenneth 245, 255 LaJudine, Ronnie 172 Lever, Jim 361 Levy, Jerry 398 Lewis, Alan B. 310 Lewis, Alton 336 Lewis, Bobby 361, 202 Lewis, Charles 361 Lewis, David 398 Lewis, David 361 Lewis, Dewey 336 Lewis, Kay 336 Lewis, Larry 361 Lewis, Leslie 361, 169 Lewis, Sharon 202 Lewis, Temple 361 Lillard, Lee A. 310 MacDowell, Claudia 398, 148 Mack, Kathy 362 MacLaughlin, Guy 362 Madden, John 398 Maddine, Wanda 398 Maddox, Cathy 398 Maddox, Debbie 398 Maddox, Nancy 362 Magill, Harold 362 Madison, Ronald 310 Maggard, Judy 398 Magness, Larry 311 Magness, Nell 311 Mahaffey, David 337, 79 Limer, Bill 398 Lindman, Cathy 362 Lindsey, Roger 362 Linenschmidt, Wayne 398 Lipscomb, Ronald Lee 310 Lipstraw, Henry 362 Mahan, William 399 Mahanay, James 337 Mahaney, Janice 362 Maher, Thomas 311, 175 Mahoney, Eileen 362 Majka, Donald 337 425 McNeilly, Major, Charles 399 Malcolm, Douglas 311 Malkamy, Hood 311 Mallouf, Nick 311 Malloy, Maureen 399 Malone, Gene 337, 169 Malone, Judy 362 Malone, Pat 363 Maloney, Bob 245, 254 Maloney, Kathleen 399 Mangrum, Boyd 399 Mangum, Paul 311 Mann, Kay 363 Mann, Lindsay 399 Mann, Olen 363 Manrriquiz, Nicholas 399 Manskey, John 363 Manskey, Robert 337 Manser, Walter 399 Mantooth, Edmond 399 Maples, Margaret 399 Marazzini, Karen 399 Marconi, Lawrence 363 Marcuse, R. J. 399 Mardis, Robert 337 Markham, Roy 363 Marks, Albert 363 Marietta, Charles 311 Marquardt, Gustav 363 Marquardt, Jon 191 Marques, Glenn 399 Mars, James 363 Marrs, Jennifer 363 Marshall, Billy 363 McAfee, Ronald 363 McAllister, Mike 174 McAlistor, Karin 337 McAlpine, Jean 311, 182, 277 McAnally, Don 400 McAnally, James 337 McAnally, James L. 311 McBee, David 363 McBride, David 363 McLugin, Betty 337 McMahon, Buddy 173 McMahon, Robert 337 McMahan, Tom 364 McMillon, Robert 337 McMullen, Janetta 400 McMurire, Robert 400 McNatt, Suzanna 400 McNeeley, Larry 400 Lanna 400 Minyard, Nancy 401 Mitchell, Dah 364 Mitchell, Jerry 313 Mitchell, Marla 401 Mix, Paul 313, 79 Mobley, James 401 Moe, Jackie 337, 225, 180 Moeller, Frank 337 Mohn, Laurance 401 Mohr, Bill 338 McBride, James 311 McBride, Libby 363 McBride, Matt 337 McBrown, James 363 McCalib, Paul 363 McCalla, Howard 311 McCallister, Robert 312 McCaniel, Greg 364 McCann, Steve 400 McCarley, Jerry 337 McCarroll, John 400 McPherson, Donald 400 McPherson, Donald R. 400 McPherson, Ted 364 McQuerry, James 400 McRoberts, John 172 McVay, David 400 McVean, Mike 400 McWilliams, Ben 401 McWilliams, Gerald 401 McWilliams, Joyce 401 Meadlin, Wayne 337, 148 Mokavej, Atidet 338 Mokry, William 338 Molina, Asuncion 401 Monroe, John 402 Montemayor Montgomery Montgomery Montgome ry Montgome ry , Joe 313 , David 338 , Feland 338 , Mary Ann 401 Robert 364 Montgomeryi Tommy 364 Montgomery Wanda 364 McCart, Ann 400 McCarther, Connie 400 McCarthy, Carol 400 McCarthy, Howard 337 McCarty, Dennis 312 McCarver, Joe 400 McChesney 312 McClain, Jerry 363, 234 McClellan, Jim 363, 187, 191 McClendon, Eddie 337 McClendon, Frank 400 McClure, James 400 Mebus, Donald 337, 170 Mecay, William 401 Mee, Jeanie 364 Meek, Meier, Melans Dennis 364 Wayne 313, 128 on, Clayton 401 Melton, Jack 401 Menendex, Hilda 401 Menger, Candy 313, 177 Merbler, Jack 175 Mergele, Cyntia 401 Merkle, Mary 364 Merrill, Barbara 364 Marshall, Daniel 311 McComb, Ray 363 Merrill, Richard 313 Marshall, James 363 Marsha". William 399 Martin, A, thony 363 Martin, Barbara 399 Martin, Becky 181 Martin, Diane 399 Martin, Fred 399 Martin, Gayle 337 Martin, James 363 Martin, James M. 399 Martin Lyle 399 Martin, Mac 170 Martin, Michael 337 Martin, Mike 337 Martin, Rosa 337 Martin, Rosemary 363 Martin, Sunnye 399, 277 Martin, Thomas 399 Martin, William 337 Martin William 399 Martihfiaie, John 399 Martinez, Alfred 234 Martinez, Pete 399 McCombs, George 400 McConnell, Hoyt 363 McCorkle, McCorkle, Denise 363 Mary 312 McCormack, Barbara 400 Merrill, Sharron 313 Meyer, Bruce 364 Meyer, Carol 364 Meyer, Lynn 337 Meyer, Sandy 401 Me er Susie 401 McCormick, Billy 312 McCormick, Jan 176 McCoy, Jim 363, 169 McCoy, Jerry 363 McCoy, Raymond 312 McCreary, Terry 363 McCurdy, Dane 400 McCutcheon, Dale 312, 171 McDade, Jean 400 Y , Middlebrooks, Sam 364 Middleton, Carolyn 401 Middleton, Douglas 364 Miears, James 313 Mikel, Roger 401 Miles, J. B. 172 Miles, James 362 Miles, Larry 337 McDaniel, Robert 400 McDonald, Carol 312 McDonald, Marsha 364 McDonald, Melvin 364 McElreath, H. D. 337 McElroy, Sharon 364 McElroy, Stephen 400 McFadin, Janell 400 McFadin, Judy 400 Martinez, Victoria 363 Martonak, Stephen 399 Marvin, Roger 399 Mason, Marilyn 363 Mason, Ronald 311, 169 Massey, Lynne 399 Matelan, Mathew 337 Mathes, Ann 377 Mathes, Pamela 363, 181 Mathews, Ginger 399 Mathews, Michael 363 Mathieu, Sammy 363 Mathiews, Ra ond 245, 253 Ym Mathis, Beverly 399 Mathis, Carol 399 Matto, Larry 399 Maughon, Kenneth 363 Mauricio, William 399 May, Sandra 363 Mayes, Richard 311 Mayfield, Gilbert 311 Mayfield, Jackie 399 Mayfield, Jennifer 363, 2 Mayo, Donald 399 Mays, Gayle 363 Mays, Judy 399 Mays, Susan 337 May, Truman 363 Mayes, Kathie 399 Maywald, Donald 400 Mazzella, Silvio 363 Mazo, Larry 400 McFarland, Larry 400 McFarlin, June 400 McGill, Jerry 173 McGill, Robert C. 312 McGlasson, Lee 400 McGlothlin, Bob 364. 267 McGregor, Ronald 312 McHargue, Gene 312 Mclntosh, Kennith 364 McKay, Danny 312, 171 McKee , Thomas 312 McKemie, Douglas 312 McKenney, Thomas 400 McKenzie, Clifford 337 McKenzie, Forrest 364 McKenzie, Lawren, 400 McKinley, Edward 312 McKinney, Bryan 364 McKinney, Henry 400 McKinnon Johnn 312 , Y McKinstry, John 337 McKissack, Rita 337 McKnight, McKnight, Jim 364 Mary 400 McKoy, Judy 313, 79, 182 McKoy, Steve 364 McLarty, Lynn 364 McLarty, Tyce 313 McLean, Jim 202 McLean, Raynell 364 McLemore, John 364 McLendon, James 313 Milkie, Bill 401 Miller, Ann 364 Miller, Bobby Joe 401 Miller, Bruce 364 Miller, Chris 401 Miller, Dan 313 Miller, David G. 364 Miller, David J. 401 Miller, Eddie 259, 261 Miller, Janelle 401 Miller, Jeff 364 Miller, Jeffrey 401 Miller, Jerre 364 Miller, Joe 401 Miller, Linda 188 Miller, Mike 235 Miller, N. Craig 313 Miller, Phil 313 Miller, Robert 401 Miller, Ron 401 Miller, Ruth 401 Miller, Steve 401 Miller, Stewart 364 Miller, Tanya 337 Miller, W. Michael 313 Miller, Walter 337 Millican, C. F. 313 Millican, John M. 401 Milliman, Jim 401 Mills, Diana 401 Mills, James 364 Mills, Jerry 364 Mills, John 337 Mills, Larry 364 Mills, Richard 313 Mills Suzette 401 Milne,r, sara 401 Milson, Thomas 364 Milyo , Milyo , Keith 401 Thomas 313 Mincke, Dian 233 Monzingo, Jeanette 402 Moody, Moody, Mooney, Mooney, Moore , Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore , Moore , Moore, Moo re , Cynthia 401 James 313 Sharon 402 Mike 270 Allan 364 Benny 364 Brenda 338 Crawford 402 Gary 402 J ackquline 365 Jan 402 Joyce 277 Mary 402 Raymond 402 Roger 402 Ronni 365 Ronny 313 Steve 402 Morales, Antonio 314 Morales, Ismael 338 Morawski, John 167 Morelan, Beth 402 Morelock, Lynelle Morfeld, Dale 314 Morgan, Burton 402 Morgan, David 365 Morgan, Harriet 365 Morgan, Joe 338 Morgan, Merlin 174 Morgan Michael 402 Morland, Bruce 314 Morosky, Linda 402 Morosky, Walter 365, 115 Morris, Betty 338 Morris, Billy 169 Morris, Duane 365 Morris, Gary 365 Morris, Glenn 402 Morris, Henry 402 Morris, John 338 Morris, Judy 365 Morris, Larry 314 Morris, Marcia 402 Morris, Paula 402 Morris, Sherry 402 Morris Terry 314 Morrison, Dee 365 Morrison, Larry 365 Morrison, Wilma 365 Mose, Claudie 365 Moseley, Kerry 402 Mosley, Curtis 338 Mosley, Robby 314 Mosley, Shirley 365 Moss, Franklin 365 Mossengolo, Michael 402 Motes, Melinda 365, 176 Mouck, Tom 314 Mount, George 338 Mowery, Sharon 365 Mudgett, Jeff 402 Muir, Dave 172 Mulholland, Jimmy 365 Mullan, Carmen 402 Mullens, Jimmy 338 Mundheim, Thomas 338 Mundy, Betty 402 Munson, Beverly 402 Murdock, Anita 365 Muroski, Christine 402 Murphree, Antoinette 338 North, Ted 366 Northam, Gary 403 Norton, Dinah 403 Otto, Eleanor 339 Murphy, Billie 402 Murphy, Mary 338 Murphy, Mike 314 Murphy, Murray, Murray , Murray Richard 365 Mary 188 Ronnie 314 Rosemary 402 Murrell,, Ronnie 314 Murry, Nita 402 Murtagh, Frank 338 Muthis, Myers, Myers, Myers, Myers, Myers , Myers, Sally 365 Don 314 John 314 Linda 365 Lindley 172 Patricia 402 Priscilla 402 N Nadelman, John 403 Nagel, Caroline 314 Narunsky, Morris 365, 190 Nash, L Nau, Mi Nauert, inda 403 chael 338, 259, Barbara 403 Nead, Michele 365 Neal, Paul 403 Neeley, Neeley, Jane 403 Wayne 338 Neely, Ronald 314 Neidenback, Gary 365 Neighbors, Tom 338 Nelms, Kathy 365 Nelms, Jennifer 403 Nelson, Barbara 403 Nelson, Bradford 169 261 Nelson, Charles 365 Nelson, David 403 Nelson, Glenn 338 Nelson, John 338 Nelson, Mike 365 Nelson, Tena 338 Nemec, Charles G. HI 314 Nemec, George Wm. Jr. 315 Nesbitt, Harold 365 Norvell, Marjorie 366 Norvell, Mary 403 Norwood, Richard 339, 245, 251 Nosko, Mary 403 Nowell, John 171 Nowlin, Nelda 315 Nyberg, Peter 315 Parker , Faust 339, 245, Parker, Jon 366 Parker, Linda 181 Parker, Nancy 404 Parker, Richie 366 Parkman, Pat 404, 149 Parks, Bill 404 Parnell, Linda 404 Parr, Christine 404 Parr, Ronald 316 Parris, Sandra 366 Parrish Eu 'ene 301 247 Nystrom, Shirley 315, 177 Obak, Joshua 315 O'Dell, Jack 403 Odiorne, James 403 Odle, Deborah 366 Odham, Jim 259, 261 Odneal, Richard 403 O'Donnell, Sheryl 403 Ogawa, Carole 366 O'Grady, William R. 315 O'Hara, Stephen Guy 315 O'Kelly, Carol 176 , 3 Parrish, Ronald L. 316 Parsons, James 339 Parton, David 367 Partridge, Roy 245, 251 Paschal, Gail 404 Patak, Paul 367 Pate, Yvonne 404 Patterson, Chuck 404, 175 Patterson, Janie 404 Patterson, Oliver K. 316, 267 Patterson, Tommy 404 Patrick, Robert 367 Patridge, Roy 339 Patterson, Mary 339 Paul, Alan 367 Nesbit, Richard 365 Ness, Sandra 365 Neve, Alvin 315 Neve, Gail 365 Nevius, William 338 New, Clifton 403 Newby, Frank 338 Newcomb, Kerry 366 Newell, David 315, 207 Newell, Glynn 315 Newell, Jerry D. 315 Newell, Nancy 366 Newman, Jerry 315 Newman, Justin 403 Newman, Roy 338 Newsom, Tommy 338 Newsome, Cheryle 403 Newton, Robert 366 Newton, Wade 366 O'Kelly, Tommy 403 Ola, Phillip 403, 270 Ola, Robert Lewis 315 Oliver, Frank 339 Oliver, Larry 366 Oliver, Vaughn 366 Olson, Sandra 366 Opella, Jimmy 403 Omid, Shapoor 366 Ommidvarpour, Kamran 366 O'Neal, Terry 170 Orlando, Ronnie 366 Orr, Robert 366 Orr, William 403 Orrell, Anna 315 Orrell, Mary 403 Osborne, John 245, 249 Osborn, Karl 169 Osborne, Charles 339 Osborne, Jerry 403 Oster, Tyler 202 Ott, Kathleen Roseanne 315 Otto, Kenneth 339 Otts, Joel 366 Ottwell, Robert 366 Ottwell, Troy 366, 149 Overton, Robert 403 ovrick, Linda 366, 181, 277 Owen, Fred 366 Owens, Barbara 403 Paul, Mary 404 Paulk, Darrell 339 Paull, Karen 339 Paull, Thomas 404 Payne, Arla Jo 367, 177 Payne , Payne , Payne, Peadon, Pearcy, Pearcy, Charles 316 Donna 367, 176 John 404 C. Gordon 316 Jalane 404 Johnny 367 Pearson, Sparky 339 Pease, Pat 367 Peauler, Michael 404 Pebworth, Frederick 339 Peck, Jack 404 Pederson, Robert 404 Peeler, Cheryl 339 Pena, Rene 339 Pendergrass, Linda 404 Pendergrass, Ruth 367 Penker , Sharon 316 Pendleton, David 33 9 Poole, Allan 339 Poole, Candy 404 Pope, Larry Don 316 Porter, Jim 339, 167 Porter, Joe 367 Posey, Beverly 367 Post, Carey 404 Poteet, Molly 339 Potter, Patty 181 Potter, Terry 367 Potthoff, Marilyn 404 Pottkotter, Ray 367 Pounders, William 367 Powell, Ronald 405 Power, Nancy 405 Powers, Charles 367 Powers, Ron 367 Poynor, Mike T. 316 Pratt, Frederic 367 Prater, Jerry 316 Prather, Harold 316, 175 Prescher, Mike 405 Presnell, Dale 316 Pressley, Mark 405 Prestridge, Gayle 405 Price, Ann 367 Price, Kenneth 405 Price, Lynda 367, 179 Price, Susan 405 Prichard, Anita 367 Prigmore, Margaret 405 Prikryl, William 367 Primm, Doylene 367 Prince, Richard 405 Prince, Virginia 405 Pringle, Judy Ann 405 Pringle, Ray 367 Pritchett, James 367 Proctor, Vernon 317 Pruit, Roger 405 Pryor, Tommy 405 Pulis, Anita 368 Quate, David 405 Quick, Charles 339 Quillen, Robert 368 Penny, Jake 404 Pentecost, Chet 339 Perez, Joe 339 Perkins, Monte 404 Perkins, Rick 404 Perrys, Rudolph 339 Persky, James 367, 79 Peteet, Joanne 339, 236 R Rabon, Olga Mae 317 Rader, Mike 405 Ragatz, Bobbi 368, 228, 229 181, 168 Rainey,, Gordon 317 Owens Chester 366 Owens Clifton 403 Owens David 403 Owens Donnave 366, 176, 188 Owens Gerald 366 Owens Linda 403 Owens Martin 404 Owens Ronald W. 315 Owens, Rosetta 366 Ownby, James 366 Pickens Nicely, Edwin 366 Nichols, Charles 403 Nickols, Fred 403 Nichols, Mike 403 Nichols Victor 366 Nicholson, Larry 315 Nicholson, Scotty 315, 227, 229, 182 Nichter, Eddy 403 Nickell, Royce 403 Nickels, Robert 366 Nikolis, William 339 226, Oxley, Bill 315 Ozee, Kenneth 339, 245, 254 Peterson, Cynthia 367 Peterson, David 404 Petrelli, Lynn 367, 180 Petrick, George 316 Pettigrew, Cynthia 404 Phelps, Mary 367, 79 Phillips Ann 404 Phillips Daniel 404 Phillips Efton 404 Phillips Gary 367 Phillips Lovell 404 Phillips, Robert O. 316, 171 Pichard, Clifford 404 Pickard Billy C. 316 Wendy 404 P Pace, Carolyn 202 Pace, Frank 202 Pace, Melvyline 404 Padilla, George 366 Page, Gary 245, 254 Page, Sandy 315 Pickett, George F. 316 Pickle, Joe 367 Pierce, Conrad M. 316 Pierce, Peter 404 Pierson, Pam 181 Pike, Joby 339 Pine, Kathleen 404 Pirkle, Janice 181 Rake, Donna 405 Ralston, David 405 Ramick, William 405 Ramirez, Guillerma 317 Ramos, Richard 405 Ramsey, James 317 Ramsey, Sylvia 405 Ransom, Jay 368 Raskin, Jerrold 339 Rasor, Phillip 405 Ratliff, Margaret 339 Rawe, Donald 405 Rawlings, Edward 368 Raybould, James 405 Raybourn, Russell 368 Rayburn, Jane 405 Rayfield, Sherra 405 Rea, Cort 405 Rea, Harkins 339 Reagan, Ann 368, 182 Reasonover, Timothy 368 Redd, David 339 Redding, Carolyn 405 Nix, Larry 403 Nixon, Judy 403 Noah, Sharon 339 Nolan, Mary 403 Nolan, Ronald 403 Norling, Bruce 403 Norman, Peggy 366, 236 Norman, Richard 366 Norris, Mark 339 Page, Russell 339 Pakan, Phyllis 404 Palmer, Barry 175 Palmer, Wess 315 Palomo, Richard 316 Pamplin, Brady 366 Parchman, James 339 Parker, Craig 404 Parker, Dean 366 Pitts, Dennis 404 Piwetz, James B. 316 Plante, Gary 189 Plunk, Carrol 367 Poe, Bobby Jack 316 Pollard, Karen 404 Ponder, Donald 316 Pontremole, Mike 404 Pool, Patrice 404 Reed, Bill 368, 169 Reed, Buddy 368 Reed, David 368, 172 Reed, Deborah 405 Reed , Jimmy 340 Reed, Patricia 233 Reed, Rebecca 368, 182 Reed, Robert 368 Reed, Robert Wayne 368 Reed, Robert 40 6 Reeder, Reeder, Reese, A John 368 Warner 406 larilyn 368, 180 Reese, William 340 Reeves, Ed Reeves, James 406 Reeves, Philip 368 Reeves, Ricky 406 Reglin, John 259, 261 Reimer, Vicky 406 Reisfield, Dale 406 Rench Jerr 340 , Y Reynolds, Becky 368 Reynolds, Donald Fain 317 Skipper Rhea, John 340 Rhea, Mary 406 Rhea, Robert 340 Rhinehart, Diana 317 Rhodes, Darla 406 Rhodes, James 317 Rhodes, James A. 340 Rhodes, Karen 406 Rhodes, Willie 406 Rhoten, Ronald 317 Ribble, Diana 368 Rice, Carlene 368 Rice, Francie 368, 181 Richards, Ronald 406 Richardson, John 406 Richardson, William 368, 171 Richeson, David 317 Richie, Evelyn 317 Richmon, Wendel 406 Richter, David 340 Ricketts, Robert, Jr. 406 Rickmers, Leo 368 Ricks, Pat 340 Riddle, Harold 368, 189 Riddle, Wayne 368 Riester, Gary 368 Riggall, Beverly 406 Ring, Gary 406 Risinger, Eillene 369 Risinger, Roger 317 Rittiman, Dana 406, 149 Rivers, Ruby 369 Riza, Kenneth 406 Roach, Gwen 406 Roark, Arthur 172 Robb, Billy 369 Robbins, Allen 369 Roberts, Ann 340 Roberts, Barbara 317 Roberts, Cindy 369, 180 Roberts, Cynthia 176 Roberts, Darlene 406 Roberts, Diann 369 Roberts, Jack 406 Roberts, Jeanetta 182 Roberts, Jimmy 406 Roberts, Lee 317, 169 Roberts, Linda 369 Roberts, Suzanne 406 Robertson, James E. 317 Robins, David 406 Robinson, Billie 406 Robinson, Don 259, 262 Robinson, James 369 Robinson, Janis 406 Robinson, Margie 318, 176 Robinson, Pat 318, 178 Robinson, Patricia 369 Robinson, Rex 318 Robinson, Richard 340 Robinson, Walter 406 Robinson, William 406 Robson, Don 369 Rocksted, Donald 369 Rockwood Ronald 406 Rodriguez, George 406 Rodriguez, Juanita 369 Rodriguez, William 340 Rodriguez Yolanda 406 Roe, Evelyn 406 Roeder, Ronald 340 Rogers, Alan 175 Rogers, John 340 Rogers, Joseph N. 318 Rodgers, Mike 406 428 Rogers, Randy 340, 109 Richard 369 Rogers, Rogers, Robert 406 Rokey, Mike 369 Roland, Fred 369 Roles, Danny Joe 318 Roll, Angela 318 Rollans, Dennis 369 Rollins, Donna 369 Rooth, Ronald 369 Rose, Don 369 Rose, James 340 Rose, James 369 Rose, Marian 340 Rosenberry, Bill 369 Rosenbloom, Marcia 407 Ross, Ladelle 369, 128 Rotavista, Angela 369 Roten, Merle Ann 318 Roush, Russell 369 Rowan, Donna 369, 277 Rowan, Paul 233 Rowntree, Paul 369 Rozachy, Rudolph 407 Rozells, Susan 407 Roznovsky, Frank 340 Ruark, Sandy 407 Rudd, Hilda 407 Rudel, Sammy 340, 172 Ruggles, Gari 407 Ruiz, Herbert 369 Rush, Karen 340 Rush, Terrina 240, 127, 176 Rushton, William 407 Rusk, David 407 Russell, Mike 407 Russell, Robert 369 Russell, Ronny 340, 176 Russell, Rusty 369 Rutledge, Durward Earl 318 Ruyle, David 407 Ryan, Don W. 318 Saffarrans, Cynthia 407 Sain, Jimmy 340 Saito, Tamiko 407 Sakowski, Michael Joseph 318 Sakowski, Paul 369, 79 Salas, Michael 369 Saldana, John 340 Saldana, Lucy 340 Salling, Jim 318 Salling, Sammye 340 Salrin, Joseph 407 Salter, Johnny 340 Salter, Mike 369 Salmeron, Samuel 369 Samples, Terry 369 Sampson, Herschel Wayne 318 Sampson, Timothy 369 Samsill, Challys 407 Sanborn, Frank 340 Sanborn, Judith 369 Sanderson, Connie 407 Sanders, Harold 340 Sandifer, Joseph 369, 171 Sanford, Jan L. 407 Sanner, Richard 407 Sargent, Kenneth 341, 240, 178 Satterwhite, Sandi 369 Saulsberry, Huey 259, 262 Saunders, Harriet 407 Sawey, James 341 Saxton, Lynda 369 Scanlan, Sue 369, 181 Scarborough, Clark 370 Schaad, William 175 Schattman, Paul 407 Schellenberg, Andrew 341 Schelper, Pat 407 Schenck, William 370, 171 Schenk, Philip 370, 128 Schindler, Leo 341 Schmidt, Otis 407 Schmitt, Cathy 407 Schneider, Tony 407 Schomerus, Ronnie 407 Schorn, Larry 407 Schragin, Serge 370 Schuerenberg, Charles E. 318 Schuller, Joan 407 Schultz, Barbara 407 Schultz, John 370 Schumacher, Patty 407 Schumann, Gus 169 Schwemer, Lee 407 Scoggins, Lloyd D. 318 Scott Candy 407 Scott, Charley 175 Scott Edwin 318 Scott Harry 318 Scott Lenard Dale 319 Scott Marge 370 Scott Marion 319, 236, 79 Scott Robert 341 Scott Steve 407 Silvernail, Phillip 319 Simi, Warren 370 Simmons, Gary 408 Simmons, Larry 319 Simmons, Rose 408 Simms , Sidney 408 Simpson, Jim 370 Sims, James 341, 170 Sims, Konstanze 370 Sims Mary 408 Sims, Nancy 408 Sims, Richard 408 Sipes, Keith 408, 271 Sisk, Richard 341 Sittler, Sherri 370, 179, 165 Siver, Barbara 319, 180 Sivley, Frederick 408 Skaggs , Kathryn 408 Skelton, Bill 408 Skinner, Esta 319, 233 Skinner, Robert Dowell 319 Skipper, David 370 , Joe 408 Scudder, Steve 407 Seale, Larry 370 Seals, David 370 Seate, Steve 407 Seay, Thomas 370 Sebastian, Paul 407 Secundino, Sosa 342 Seghers, Edwin 407 Seibert, Evelyn 370, 230, 231, 124, 177 Seifollahi, Nik Said 407 Self, Billie 370 Sellers, David 370 Sellers, Judy 341, 239, 176, 165, 183 Sellmeyer, Peggy 370, 202 Sells, William 370 Semler, Vernon Kelly 319 Serrano, Art 408 Service, James 270 Sessions, John Layton 319 Sessions, John P. 319 Sessions, Sharon O. 319 Settlemeyer, Donald 341 Sevier, Alicia 341 Sewall, John 370 Sexton, Charlene 408 Shadle, James 341 Shaffer, David 341 Shallcross, Scotty 341, 169 Shaw, Dennis 408 Shannon, Frank 370 Sharp, Horace 341 Shaw, Larry 408 Shaw, Ronald 408 Shaw, Steven 370 Shaw, W. T. 341 Shashoua, Morris Aboullah 319 Sheckels, Ronald 370 Shelby, Jerry T. 319 Sladounik, Bill 341, 169 Sliter, Jeanette 409 Slover, Woody 409 Smallwood, Eddie 341, 189 Shelton, John 259, 262 Shepek, Robert 341 Sheppard Guy 341 Sheppard, Quin 370 Sheppard, Shirley 408 Sheridan, James 408, 79 Sheridan , Sherman Peggy 370, 180 James 370 Sherrill,,Betty 408 Sherrill, Rosanne 408 Shields, Gary DeWayne 319 Shields, James 319 Shields, Laverne 408 Shipman, David 408 Shipman, Thomas H. 319 Shockley, Valois 180 Short, William 408 Showers, Bettye Ann 319 Shropshire, Tim 408 Shull, William 370 Shupee, George 169 Siar, Martha 408 Sierra, Richard 370 Sifford, Thomas 370 Siddall, James 408 Siebold, Peggy 408 Smart, Eddie 370 Smart, Kenneth R. 319 Smith, Becky 370 Smith, Becky 409 Smith, Bennie 341 Smith, Bill 409 Smith, Bill 409 Smith, Bradley 409 Smith, Burnice 409 Smith, Carole 319 Smith, Cecil 341 Smith, Charles 409 Smith, Charles Walter 320 Smith, Charlotte 409 Smith, Charlotte 409 Smith, Christine 409 Smith, Cora 409 Smith, Dale 409 Smith, Donald 342 Smith, Donald Andrews 342 Smith, Dorothy 409 Smith, Drew, 370 Smith, Douglas 320 Smith, Douglas 342 Smith, D. P. 320 Smith, Dwain Gaylon 320 Smith, George 409 Smith, George Allen 342 Smith, Glenn 342 Smith, James 409 Smith, James Larry 342 Smith, Jerry 409 Smith, Jimmy 190 Smith, Joan 182, 370 Smith, Joseph 409 Smith, Joy 409 Smith, Kay 370 Smith, Ken 342 Smith, Kerry 409 Smith, Larry 409, 171 Smith, Larry Van 409 Smith, Lee 320 Smith, Linda 409 Smith, Loren 370 Smith, Lorrie 370 Smith, Lucius 371 Smith, Lynn 342, 179 Smith, Lynn 371 Smith, Marvin 342 Smith, Smith, Merrilee 409 Michael 409 Smith, Michael E. 342 Smith, Michael R. 371 Smith, Milburn 320 Smith, Nancy 342 Smith, Obrey B. 320 Smith, Pat 371 Smith, Philip 342, 169 Smith, Priscilla 371, 148 Smith, Richard 342 Smith, Ronney 320 Smith, Robert 342 Smith, Ronald 342 Smith, Samuel A. 320 Smith, Scott 342 Smith, Suzanne 371 Smith, William 342 Smith, William M. Jr. 320, 79 Smithson, Charles 371 Smithson, Fred 371 Smolleck, Howard 409 Smyth, Barbara 371 Sneed, Bill 173 Sneed, Charles 409 Sninely, Michael 371 Snoddy, Richard 409 Snoddy, Wallace 371 Snodgrass, Anne 371 Snodgrass, Don 342 Sockwell, James Jr. 409 Sockwell, James Williams 320 Soldo, Sally 371 Solomon, Bob 173 Sonnamaker, Bob 409 Sopko, David 409 Sorenson, Michael 371 Soules, John 320, 118 South, Sharon 409 Soward, Michael 342, 169 Sowell, Charles 342 Sowers, Mike 409 Spanhel, Jerry 371 Sparks, Dale 371 Sparks, John 409 Sparks, Nina 409 Sparks, Ron 409 Sparling, Georges 342 Speakers, Tricia 371 Speck, Johnny 371 Spell, Nancy 342 Spellings, James 342 Spellman, Tommy 409 Spencer, Shirley 409 Spiegal, Earl 409 Spiller, Linda 409 Spinks, Gary 342 Spiro, Michael 320 Spoon, Geortanne 409 Spooner, Ragan 371 Stephens, Jerry 245, 249 Stephens, Raughn 410 Stephens, Rod 371, 167 Stephens, Tommy Young 321 Stephenson, Don 120, 118 Stephenson, Helen 371 Sterner, Linda 371 Sterling, Paul 410 Stevenson, Frances 342 Stevens, Ronnie 169 Stevenson, Larry 372 Stevens, Ronnie 372 Stevenson, Sam 372 Stewart Anthony Hight 321 Stewart, Bernie 245, 248 Stewart, Dawn 410 Stewart, Dede 410 Stewart, Gene 372 Stewart, Robert 321 Stewart Sheryl 372, 180 Tata rko , Mary 411 Tate , Henry 321 Tatum, Peggie 411 Taylor, Bill 342 Taylor, Bill 343 Taylor, Candace 372 Taylor, Dan 411 Taylor, Glen 353 Taylor, Melvin 322 Taylor, Mike 372 Taylor, Pat 410 Taylor 411 Taylor, Phillip 411 Taylor, Thelma 372 Taylor, William 372 Taylor, Woddy 343 Teague, Billy 411 Teague, Gary 322 Teague, George 343 Teal, Alan 343 Townsend, Harold 322 Townsend, Rogc r 373 Trammell, Ron 412 Travis, John 373 Travis, Robert 412 Treaclway, James 412 Tredcmeyer, Jack 412 Trevind, Gilbert 343 Trewon, Walter 243 Tribble, Ronald 322 Trimble, Vicki 412 Trobctt, Lec 343 Tronc, Benny 411 Trostel, Tom 171, 177 Troyer, Ann 343 Tubbs, Robert 343 Tucker, Bill 343 Tucker, Diane 412 Tucker, Hayden 412 Tucker, Richard 412 Spradley, Wesley 342 Springer, Donald 371 Springer, Kenneth 371 Springer, William 342, 167 Sprowl, Harold 409 Spruiell, William L. 320 Spurlin, Edwin 371 Squibb, Daniel P. 320 Squires, Patrick K. 320 Squires, Terrence 371 Sramek, Dan 320 Stabeno, Don 320 Stabeno, Karen 320 Stacy, Ann 371 Stacey, Lorraine 409 Stahnke , Stallard , Bill 37 1 Pat 409 Stallings, William 37 1 Standefer, James 410 Standifer, Edward 342 Stanek, Don 320, 171 Stanford, Beverly 320, 180 Stanford, Terry 371 Stanton, Johnny 245, 250 Stark, Steve 371 Stark, Wilma 371 Starnes, Roger 410, 202 Starr, Merlin 410 Stearman, Diane 410 Stearman, Duane 410 Stedman, David 410 Steele, Bill 342 Steele, George Mack, Jr. 320 Steelman, Janice 410 Steen, Gayle 410 Stegal, Deward 410 Stegmoller, Johnnie L. 321 Stephens, Bennie 342 Stephens, Grady 342 Stephens, James 410 Stephens , Jennifer 410 Stephens, Jimmy 410 Stieber, Harold 372, 170 Stiles, Gary 410 Stines, Jimmy 410 Stipp, Irma 410 St. John, Donald 372 Stockstill, Pam 410 Stoddard, Bonnie 410 Stoffels, Linda 410 Stokes, Sara Margaret 321, 79 Stone, Earnest 342 Stone, Tommy 372 Storey, Jaynne 321 Story, Deanna 410 Story, Michael 410 Story, Pam 410 Storm, Pat 372 Stovall, Bryan 410 Stovall, Ronnie 410 Stracener, Bill 410 Stracener, James 321 Strahan, Nolan 410 Strange, David Malcolm 321, 171 Strawther, Jim 410 Stribling, Pam 181 Strickert, Donald 342 Strickland, Robert 342 Strittmatter, Cheryl 410 Strittmatter, Curtis 410 Strong, Paul N. 321 Stroud, Michael 342 Stuart, Barbara 410 Sturgeon, Gary 342 Sturges, James 372 Stutler, Ruth 372 Sulak, Cyril M. 321, 169 Sullivan, Helen 372 Summerall 410 Summers, Charles 372 Sumner, Wilma 342 Supulver, Barbara 411 Sury, Barbara 342, 179 Sutton, Jack 411 Sutton, Pat 410 Svacina, Joseph 372 Swafford, Judy 372 Swaim, Larry Don 321 Swanson, Ralph 372 Swanson, Dan 411 Sweet, Rosemary 411 Switzer, Molly 342 Sword, Doug 372 Sykora, William 411 T Tabor, Susan 411 Taborsky, Ivanka 372, 148 Tackett, Jim 372 Tadayan, Reza 342 Tallas, Paul 172 Talley, Ron 321 Tallon, Sheila 342, 181 Tanner, Nancy 372 Tanner, Tom 321 Tapscott, Bill 372 Tareilo, Randy 411 Tarletz, Mark 411 Teal, Gary 411 Tech, Laurel 372 Telford, John 343 Terrell, Hank 411 Terrill, Sharon 372, 180 Terry, Gloria 411 Terry, Kenneth 172, 245, 249 Tucke r , William 373 J Tufts, Ronnie 245, 254 Tuohy, James 323 Turnbow, Judi 343 Turner , Turner , Turner Turner Jimmy 373 Robert 412 Weldon 343 William D. 202 Terry , Tesch, Tharp, Tim 411 Bob 411 Bill 322, 79 Thoman, Joe 372 Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomps , Arlene 322, 179 , Henry 411, 202 , James 372 , James M. 411 , James M. 322 , Jan 372 , John 411 , John 372 , Judy 411 , Leslie 411 , Lynn 237 , Robby 322 , Ronald 372 , Stephen 411 , Velma 411 on, Bobby 322 Thomps on Thomps on Thomps on Thompson: Thompson, Thompson, Thompson Thompson: Thomps on Thomps on Thomps on Thomps on Thomps on Thomps on: Cecillia 372. 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