Arlington State College - Reveille Yearbook (Arlington, TX)

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Personalitiesu... beauties .............,....,.. best-dressed coed favorites ....... ........ who's who ....... royalty ,,,....., Sports...... football ......... basketball ........ minor sports ........ intramurals ...,. Leadership ..... administration . faculty ........... research ....,.. CIasses..... graduates seniors . juniors ..... sophomores freshmen ..,.. Closing ..... lndex..... . 6 . 8 .. 24 .26 ..5O ..75 ..80 H86 107 114 120 139 ..146 148 164 166 170 176 ..184 188 200 220 228 ..226 234 252 266 ..274 276 278 293 310 335 .....369 .....376 15217, J :., , .xv- .':'..C"4 ' ' . ,' 'fx Q P h V Ar, v L vw. . . 1 ,.,W ,,m.V,.,V,,,15 ,A . ,, , X, A - Gigi , H, V j Q -fig' ' ? -' ' ' if 5 "' ' ' " "' Egtvyql' 'P .5 t' 1 Db X, 1 A f I ., , gp 1 -1 flfi' f5'rfef . . ff' ' -A r,,: .,, -., f-.W L ,g.f, I f 3-ff - ,1 i A,-,wb 252' f' 'f -wy . . 1, ,v., I 5 f',"?4f'f:'fJW""f:l'.f I f., 'Tv-u.f--v .- - ,., .turighr ., vng f -34" -'T ,,,, , .,-1-,,. , .dw , Z. 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V K MAJ!-as and ,Q ,lx new I A A year of growth . . . a year of grandeur . . . a year of study and achievement . . . a year of frolic and quiet concentration . . . a year that saw a cross-section of ages, classes. races, creeds, nationalities, loyalties, interests and ambitions . . . when brotherhood advanced the ending of racial barriers and social bigotry . . . when no idea was too frivolous and no scheme too far-fetched . . . a year of hurried lunches and intermittent sleep . . . a year of commuting . . . a year of walking from dorms . . . a year of participation . . . a year of contribution . . . a year of searching ...a year of change . .. A VlNTAGE YEAR . . . the year Arlington State College became Uni- versity of Texas at Arlington . . . the year the Fleville was caught in the midst of the name change and half of the book was obsolete before it was published . . . the first year UT at Arlington students used identification cards bearing social security num- bers . . . the first year Nancy Thorpe served as Dean of Women . . . the first year national Greek letter soror- ities and faternities were invited to rush social clubs on this campus . . . the first year for the four newly- formed academic schools to be head- ed by Deans Girardot, Green, Nelson, and Nedderman . . . ix. - ,. , ,., 1 . . I -. J ,. -A MWF, ,, ,. ,,,,, ,.,..-...-.. ,. 4. ' .. 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University of Texas at Arlington students learned that a graduate school in social work would soon be added to the curriculum . . . . . . the year spring registration exceeded fall registration . . . the year William Manchester published Death of a President and Jacqueline Kennedy filed suit to prevent his re- leasing certain details of her life . . . l . l l i l ii l l -l l l i il l l i ,l l l l rl l l l l l i l l l i l l l l l l -i i l l l l l i i l l i l l i l i l l l l l l l lll x I .Q 'A mfhhm.. , , A A gf , ,ya 1 4 fa I 'S' f Q vi ' I , 7 'AWN i lil p...' ms.. .",r',,uAQ . gv. ...Mn 5' "' :viii ,, . ,.' , ,nw ,Q .1 ,ans n"' l ..gi'x'v- Q m gill .,n' 1 .n ,nun .I Wu -. n Q nn! N. o " : N ,,-.uw , Q , me anc.',wa su. dns uunnnaul uuaunw :annum auuuaw uso:-.mu asaxgsal nglnlgn vlugnnv uuvnlu Olrvltl' I eqll , an .'n,,5,gu o"'1nol" wif' . III all' :tial null' no lulnlll' Onllauilll lnuwousno oeuosnn Insane: llnllll unusual uncanny lvresol rllllnullf' 0 I lluwial llllitli Hashana armani: fllllll laosnuu Ulllllu Hassan: Ulassiaa Iluaoals 'lsuqnna 'luuuacr 'llltale illalla 'luunslc 'literal .'.lllll Hilvooauu "Ultima: "'.lllIl' l'lluuass Ulltuaaaa i'llloonu U llnnuaul 'Ultraman .av ' 'Kg ,gd sa the year rapid growth of UI at Arllngton could be seen ll on block wrth the addltnon of four sto: ses to the Lubrary and a brand new Ma ematscs and Forelgn Language Bulld n the year the 65 year old cerne tery west of the audutonum was con verted unto a campus park e year coeds wore textured hose pants s straight halr falls and pleces whale college men favored velour shirts and stay pressed slacks the year of the Appollo space craft tragedy Involving astronauts Grissom White and Chaffe . , . X X25- I .I I, H Qzx , 2.4 . 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Lb 2' , . . the year of the Biggest Bon- e in the history of the college . . . 2 year Johnny Reb broke his wrist d four fingers as he was thrown im a startled horse during a pre- me run , . . the year of the contro- rsy over Congressman Adam Clay- n Powell, who was charged with eping his wife, a resident of Puerto co, on a US government payroll . the year few young men escaped 2 military draft . . . the year Myra Jrry became the Director of Student :tivities . . . . . .the year radios aired such tunes "California Dreaming" fthe Mamas d the Papasl, "l'm a Believer" fthe onkeesj, 'My Cup Ftunneth Over th Love" fEd Amesj, and "Love Is are and Now You're Gone" fthe ipremesl . . . the year that started e development of a commuter- iented "drag" on Cooper Street. :ree new shopping centers were Ided within two blocks of the cam- IS. . It WQITE CHECKS PAYABLE to ARLINGTON STA For Exact Amount HERE TE COLLEGE 1, all ll L-. . . . the year the college Concerl Series included such artists as Man- tovani, Van Cliburn, and lerry Van Dyke . . .the second year Sally Soldo represented UT at Arlington in the annual "Campus Talent" TV program sponsored by Bell Telephone Com- pany . . . the year college students echoed comedian Maxwell Smart's "Would You Believe?" and "Sorry about that." Student Activities also used the phrase as theme in the Homecoming parade - "Would You Believe ASC?" . . , . , .the year the Association of Col- lege Union Conference was held at UT at Arlington . . .the year thousands of General Motors employees were laid off because of a strike dispute in Mansfield, Ohio . . . the year all trces in front of Davis Dorm were uprooted in accordance with the master plan for campus landscaping . . . the year the Little Theatre presented "Tartuff , . . the year several faculty members and their wives organized the Arling- ton Drama Society and presented "Three Golden Monkeys", written by Dr. Steve Turner . . . 1 v t . t -. Q .' an i 'K 'v v ' K' ' if Z l l E .. fry 5 J? N. X I X , " i A fx X l XR A f 'Y y'x' Q , ,.s. LA ix , ..,.. 5 X, 42 " W , l QL F yi-33 I F l F I !7 M ,.,. l 13-.Sw-1 ""-.sf "'-dr F? 'EB X! H: SX . . . the first year political cluos met 1 campus. . .the year the University i Texas at Arlington hosted the Ur- an Affairs Conference . . . the year artoon king Walt Disney and actress 1n Sheridan died . . . the year movies "Dr. Zhivago", "A Funny ming Happened on the Way to the nrum", "Georgie Girl", and "The and Pebbles" . . . the year the Ad- nistration Building was renovated th new desks, windows, and exteri- doors, suspended ceilings, and ntral heating and air-conditioning . the year the Shorthorn advertised any special discounts to collegians local eating places . . . ....,4.u-.mni.B 9Ii,...Q l l ii, l l 3 , 5 1 X11 r P ' ani i' Q-'l, J 4 ,fl A, gyr- Nw .5.'.-1 f fm h KJQL - ' fbi ' uw- , - V "hw-.-.. ., N iz fxsxx I . i Hn- 'I ,QF ' KV! ef' ,K 5 -af.-,. . wk 1v,.,m. f. 1.-Ax, N 'u ,c . Hwy. v A wi 5 ,xx T V , 1- ffxd' ig" 'N' ' ' W5 ' 1 Y ix. fy , 5 Q. 'j,, ' REU 1 - ,. K, I. yy-w - -ax ms 'Ex A . 'xl A A 3, im , 3, 1 43 , W V xxi. -is . Z' U N 19" A ' 'GM-'Haw I' , 9, X Y . , 1: f' t , if K if' ' , ' ' Sy 2 - ii 1 P ec z X . A O 1' ue 'Q ,f OP' 1 ,r 1 we f KK J 1 xf' I v 'N 15,44 I I '-.. lf'f- QPY x gmyx 'Q F, , , X w,-+P R' A N.. a X Q91 -mi, Y M "9 fi? :iv 1 s ,LST,NQ?y- X, .X ww A if W , '.Q,,FQ'S?32'?Xwf ' X Q H ey: gwgx gms, , . , , N, iik ,lil YU ' 1 . ,1- V A vb .' v L+- ff rf ,I , .f 9 -X4 5 NY ff .RN 1 , X' - Luff- 4, .- r 1-'.t N 5 . . . the Golden Anniversary of the eveille . . . a year of upward and utward expansion . . , a year oi lemorable moments . . . a year of iy interspersed with tragedy. The Fieveille believes history will :cord the bittersweet season as a ntage year. ',,4!" MQ f 'Q' 'KX 23 'tg i 10111 9' nv J I' 2: 0565 oRGANlzATloNs 24 1 D Q li Q . t " " . 314 ,j 53 '-7. ' ' - ' knawx--,,..Q.f' . " f",-If S." F- ' .- . ' Q iH'ewsw:1' ' 2 i fH '?"Y!?5!?TE Y ,i !P'gl'gi'gxq nnpvv.p-14.2-' --.Wg . .A ,,.--,. .-Q. 1- ,-fu ,.--.--1 .ummm SHARPENI Ng, .0 " -" " 4 f' -. N4 4' 3 J: "c""-- 'M 'Muff Q W2 -4 Eg '-,I 'R . . r h " . f A- 'UQSO Iiffsfnf 3'4--75' STUDENT GDVERNNIENT PROBLEMS fi 'New 'f"'V' ont row: Joey Sandifer. Second row: Jan Hart, Jan lviahaney, Richard Calfee, Sherry Penny. 'ont row: Bob Sandifer, Joyce Water, Sue Grant. Second row: Don Smith, John Battle. Executive Committee Officers of Student Government also serve on the Executive Commit- tee. They are Joey Sandifer, presi- dent, Richard Calfee, vice-president: Jan lvlahaney, corresponding secre- tary, Sherry Penny, treasurer, and Jan Hart, parliamentarian. The com-mittee supervises Student Government activities and renders policy decisions. Another function is to select business to be brought be- fore the organization as a whole. R.E.D. Committee Under the leadership of John Battle, the Research, Evaluation, and Development Committee investigates needs of the college community, rec- ommends solutions, and evaluates the success of their measures. Each year the committee deter- mines the policy for who will publish the student directory. They also select the members for the Student-Faculty Relations Board and recommend stu- dents to serve on the campus traffic court. Efforts were successful in February to open recreational facili- ties of the Student Center on week- ends, and a reception for National Merit finalists in the area was held again in the spring. :ft ZW! 'iii U y G- X, It 42-,Q Lieneral improvement and beauti- 42" D Front row: Joyce Waters. lan Mahaney. Toni Hart. Second row. Mike Sowers, Tommy Wallace, Charles Smithson, Bob Sandifer. Communications Committee Encouraging communication be- tween campus organizations is the work ofthe Communications Commit- tee, headed by Tony l-lart in the fall and by Tommy Wallace in the spring. Bulletin boards relaying organiza- tional messages are maintained throughout the student center. The committee also coordinated the sec- tion on organizations in the student directory and sponsored Town Hall meetings, open forums held once each semester. The President's Reception was held again to inform administra- tors on campus activities and to spot- light common goals of the various or- ganizations. Campus Committee fication ofthe campus is the purpose of projects carried out by the Campus Committee, headed by Steve Tipps. The group considered putting pencil sharpeners in classrooms and having street lights installed between the girls' dormitory and the library. They also made plans to set up bicycle racks, permanent map stands, and a sign board to announce important events. fa Front row: leri Haagen, Steve Tipps. Second row: Mallard Walton, Stuart Mills, Cam lohnson Bob McBrien. xww iinance Committee Treasurer of the Executive Committee, Sherry Penny, chairman of the Finance Committee. Under their juris- ction are matters involving finances for Student overnment activities. The group determines the budget, eeps the books, and decides rules concerning money. 1arles Smithson, lan Hart, Steve iipps W Rules Committee Serving as chairman ofthe Rules Committee is parlia- nnentarian of Student Government, lan l-larti Arbitration is the main function of the group in solving constitutional questions, interpretations of rules, and appeals from decisions from the election committee. ,f-2' ' as 3. i Susi Dana boosted Rebel Rousers and Student Government by purchasing both a freshman beanie and a Rebel flag, I I I I I I I I i I I I l i I I I I I I I I I Ii N. Rebel Rousers sponsored the construction of a 50-foot Homecoming bonfire, largest in the schools history. XX ,K nv! ww CVM 'ont row: Karen Pollard, Sherra Rayfield, Sharon Pannell, Phyllis Davis, Frankie Carrell, Michele Dubic. Second row: Jamie Hobbs, Pam Hollinger lyron Walters, James Ward, Joe Beissner, Edward Lozano, Marti Atkerson, John Fitio, Glen Wallace. Third row: Doug Johnson, Richard Brin Fred obbs,tBuddy Lear, James Livermore, David lvlindrop, len Wallace, fall president, and Jamie Hobbs persuade a freshman to purchase a beanie iring registration, Rebel Rousers As ASC spirit-boosters, Rebel Rousers organized last year to gather support for athletic contests, pep rallies, and other campus activities. A major undertaking this year was the construction of the largest Homecom- ing bonfire in the history of the school. Glen Wallace and Brian Rob- bins, directing the project, secured a crane to pile the wood 50 feet high. Organizations contributing the most wood were awarded a trophy and a spirit stick. Members maintained a card sec- tion at football games to form a Rebel flag and to spell out "Go," "Rebs." and "ASC" They also sold refresh- ments at track meets. David Mindrop served as presi- dent. Other officers were Doug Johnson, vice-president, Sherra Ray- field, secretary, and Karen Pollard. treasurer. The group assisted in freshman orientation, helped Student Government sell freshman beanies during registration, sold Rebel flags. and entered Old South games and Western Day activities. The club sponsors the election of Mr. and lvliss Rebel Spirit. 'ft i f.-. I H' utr.: ' . fl' V I ' ' i T... . 5 3' A ' we a. l 5 tl . 41- - ' -IWW - .,-' 9,542b5:sft . 4 ' T 'rixvivyt 32 41' N 1 'Q at , Nh.8zNMss ' RebelSphH ' School spirit is the special intere of UT at Arlington cheerleaders. i each game they come on field to ei courage enthusiastic support of Reb fans for the University team. The watch the crowds closely from tf very first game, especially the out-o town ones, to see who is there an who most diligently supports the tear with his yells. l The cheerleaders are searching fc the one boy and the one girl who mos typify Rebel Spirit. The chosen coupl was named at the Homecoming Bore fire on November 10. Miss Rebel Spirit is Donnav Owens, a junior English major. Activil in Avolonte, she represented he l l l 4' l sorority in intramurals, Winter Olym' pics, Campus Canto, and Old South She is also an enthusiastic Rebel' Rouser. Donnave sprained her knee twice this year in intramurals - once during powderpuff football and agair. in basketball. This is the kind of en' thusiasm UT at Arlington cheerleadersl wish to recognize, Ken Terry received the lvlr. Rebe Spirit honor. Like Donnave, he is active in campus affairs. Ken playecl on the football team for four years l In his last year he was a startingi offensive guard. Athletic Directoi Claude Gilstrap said, "Ken played football with the same determination . . . that made him Mr. Rebel Spirit." Since Ken's eligibility to play on the team has expired he has become an enthusiastic spectator at all athletic contests. Though not an official mem- ber of Student Government, he is re- garded by some of his friends as a "permanent fixture" of that organiza- tion's activities. ilection Determines 'reshman Officers Freshmen were given their first chance to par- pate in campus elections this fall when they went the polls to elect four officers from their class. lil this year their titles were more of an honorary tinction than responsible positions. However, shmen officers this year made some headway in lanizing their class. The four met with other shmen and constructed a Homecoming float for T class. The title of their float was "Breaking the ains of Bondage." fl ,qu lf' lla ,nv vw-xl, ,N 1' T' . !.'S'f 4 . S-get ., ' f 'l wtfff f Q, .. .K H T -,gif-:Q ' H ' 'Yi it :J ' .fx . -, ' N' Simi T X fy' QV f. M, ' Ether ' 5 Q 1 I T we-J-'M' - - - i 41, S5352 D K 1 6 me t' S! ,af-Q ,H , ' , -pw:-.va igagjg, , .ff l ,ll . .,-.sew 5 l, 5 1 L Y l X E 2 if , - S X' 1 yigg, mei: -1 X fe sei t 4 , Y .ZS 4 X.x i h ' 'mu 5 . A, x i'WMWFMiiw A tc, i 5 fZlQT"'i'Q if f,-ti M i if Above: Scott Taylor, presidentg top left: Steve Klutz, vice-presidentg middle left: Nancy Cox, secretaryg lower left: Sally McClure, treasurer. SAB Committees Sponsor Activities SAB is the popular nickname for the Student Activities Board. lt publishes a campus calendar and provides general activities information Barbara Williams heads the Executive Committee. Other officers are Cindy Roberts, first vice-presidentg Bruce Meyer, second vice-president, Eleanor Batch- elder, secretary, and Marti Atkerson and Glenn Day, area advisors. Ralph Baldridge is photographer. COLA CCouncil on Leadership Advancementj trains student leaders. Creativity is the key for the Exhibits Committee, which schedules displays on special interest and current events. The Fine Arts Committee sponsors Foreign Country Week and Fine Arts in Dimension, and the Hospitality Committee organizes receptions for campus visitors and spon- sors a charm school. Special Events Committee coordinates large all- school activities, such as Homecoming Parade and Old South Casino. Free movies and the Popular Artists Series are arranged by the Entertainment Committee. The Recreation Committee plans game tournaments and instruction programs, and the Levee Committee organizes dances. The ideas and lssues Committee brings lectures, films, and panel discussions to the campus. Executive Committee-Front row: Barbara Williams, president, lvlyra Curry, Student Ac- tivities Director. Back row: Ellie Batchelder. secretary, Cindy Roberts and Bruce Meyer, vice-presidents, Glenn Day and ivlarti Atkerson, area advisors. Front row: Ralph Baldridge, Photographer, Pat Reeves, program advisor Richard Calfee Student Government representative Judy Dunnitl COLA. Back row: Linda Chamberlin, Recreation, Patti Tilson, Exhibits John Fitio Levee Le Roy Garcia Fine Arts lohnny Stewart Special Eve: Ken Arnold, Entertainment, Paula Pressley, Recreation, loan Dawson Hospitality -.rw I 5 Jliss ASC, Mary Huebner, answers questions about the campus for ACU delegates. SAB Holds Varied Events Student Activities Board CSABJ sponsors cultural, social, recrea- tional, and leadership programs. Council on Leadership Advancement CCOLAJ hosted the Association of Colleges Union Conference held here in December. More than 450 dele- gates from a three state area - Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana - attended the Region XII ACU con- ference. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss ways to improve stu- dent activities on college campuses. SAB's Fine Arts committee spon- sored Holland Holiday Week in October. Activities began on Monday with the Miss Holland Contest. Diane Martin of Les Choisies was named official hostess for that week. The week's other activities included a Dutch lunch, an address by the Dutch Consulate-General, Holland games, and a semi-formal dinner and dance. Dfficial hostess for Holland Holiday Week, Diane Martin represents UT at Arlington to Dutch Consulate-General J. C. Beetman -'QQQ .ANN The Art Clubs giant papier mache hornet recalls the campus when it was Grubbs Vocational College l Homecoming Paradi initiates Exes Day Homecoming week in 1966 was full of activities. 1 The action began Thursday night with the bonfire, under direction of the Recreation Committee and the Rebel Rousers. Following the bonfire, a discoteque! type dance was held. Friday the Special Events Committee judged the Homecoming Dorm Decorations competition ac- cording to the Homecoming theme, "Would You Believe. . . ASC?" Saturday, November 12, was the day of the Home- coming game. The parade began at 12:00 noon. This year's parade lineup included 55 cars, 34 floats, five bands and six drill teams. Winners in the float competition were, in order, the Sociology Club, the Newman Club, and Koshari sorority. Homecoming activities. Miss ASC, lohnny Reb, and the varsity team met with the ex-rebels at a recep- tion held in their honor. The All College Review, presented annually by the exes, featured music by the ASC Lab Band, and songs and dances by talented exes and students. l 1 l Exes were not without representation in the 7' 551651. 'A Sans Souci's float criticizes the limited parking area on campus. "-. 'fix V ' dolf"h' t htth'fI t. men of Delta Chi Omega trace the history of their fraternity through Dorm residents 3 mls mg OUC es O ew O3 changes of the college. "W" if N 6 Rebel swimmers predict the fate of the Arkansas t Indians in the Homecoming game held after the pa- '35 7:9 3 ff-5 if ,f 4 , gc yy, in 2 . ff: w w 4 I s fl .fb . ,. Af-2 , .-,i , ,' , . ' 'SQ , 'V r, iz . ra de. 1 - l i l i i A i s l l i ,l 1.-. 'lx Ci.. .wig Vx '4Q9""""""-. I .J .xi The Ex-Students Association organized the Exes Reception held Saturday afternoon before the Homecoming game. Many exes from the days when the school was called Grubbs Vocational College still attend the Homecoming events. The dance held after the Bonfire boasted such bands as the "Outlaws", the "Uniques", and the "Sonics" 38 i C 5 RN -48' C 'fe' z - - Ilvapw ' T If 'ol' Q 'If' ,P x fr- W y . fx A i K K 1 fi wif 3 X K 'Kr A Snowball Elegance Christens Holidays Nine hundred students crowded into the Ball- room December 10 for the annual Snowball. Those attending were given a special treat this year with the announcement of the Beauty and the Beast winners. Students elect the Beauty and the Beast by donating pennies to the candidates of their choice. Sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, proceeds of the contest are spent by the fraternity for their service projects. This year's Beauty was Susan Gant, of Koshari sorority, and the Beast was Dale Smith. They were presented at the Snowball, along with the other Beauty and the Beast candidates and the newly-elected Favorites. A reception was also held before the dance in honor of this group. The Levee Committee of SAB decorated the Ball- room with angels, Santa Clauses, misletoe, and the traditional white-flocked Christmas tree. The Galen leter Orchestra provided music at the all-school Christmas dance. Dale Smith, Beast, and Susan Cant, Beauty inspect their winners plaques, awarded by Alpha Phi Omega W! . 1JJxxLJ" t W fl l ft? Attending the Snowball, lvlary Huebner and LeFloy Garcia found the Beauty and the Beast plaques on display before the winners were announced All students who attended the Snowball were offered part of the decorations as 1 SOUVGFIIV , s e Galen Jeter Orchestra provuded soft musrc for the dance 'f'f 'W 4 b X Professloha! photographers were OD hand to take pictures of the couples Dr Charles Van Cleve delivers a mid day secession speech in front of the SUB Old South Events Rise with Tradition The South rose again for UT at Arlington durir the traditional Old South days, April 3-8. Action b gan Thursday at 11 a.m. with the Chi Chi Chi H Grab. Les Choisies, collecting 34 hats from Chi C Chi members, won the trophy. "When Cotton Was King" was the theme feature at the "Cotton-Pickin"' Casino, complete with be dance hall girls, and all forms of gambling. Aegeida fraternity was awarded the Best Fraternity Gambling Awardg lim Justice was named Best lndividua Gambler. Sorority skits were presented later in the cafi teria. Pledges of Les Choisies presented the winnir skit. Second place went to San Soucig third place ' En Ami. Festivities continued on Friday as fourteen UT Arlington organizations opened their booths alor Second Street. Alpha Sigma Chi's "Rebel Riverboat booth took the first place trophy and a S15 ca award. Second place winner was the Newman Clu and third place went to Sigma Tau Delta. Dr. Chuck Van Cleve delivered the tradition Secession Speech at noon. Old South Games wel then played. Sorority winners were En Ami and Sar Souci. Alpha Sigma Chi and Sigma Phi Beta tied the fraternity division. Newman Club and Your Republicans captured top honors in the independen' division. Winners in all events were announced 4 the Old South Ball held on Saturday night. The "Co ton Cotillion" theme of the ball brought Old Soul Days to a formal close. 1? Wits ean Horace Gillespie joins in the Delta Chi Omega event. E at Q-w fbi Fter the games were over, weary sorority members rested by their booths. Fraternities and sororities paired off for the three-legged race. Delta Chi Omega's entry was the Old South Fair, in which baseballs were tossed to release a lever and drop a person from a platform into the water below. ,nf.hl i, , Ka I Casino Held ik. of 3, Q , 7 4 x....w'k""' ,uv ' 'im 1' A cigar-smoking gambler joins in the Casino activities. , li Games of chance were played with fake money. ...,, 5 ff ' sf "' l i 1 5 , i ix ' 4 O I ' 1 9 . , ,I 1" , -S I Cindi Coulson and Susie Wine become dance hall girls for the evening. Dana Askew helps entertain the Casino gamblers. 4 'E ' Cotton-Pickin' W, ...wg a xi 'hir' v Q 4734 iam? ' Wg' Pinus W" as 'Q 5 Avolonte pledges perform their skit as a take-off on Lyndon Johnson and Barry Goldwater. ' r Q Q wfxztt -UE lCMAN ll if ANDY .- .ar-W eanor Batchelder, Linda Hamilton, Marilyn Boules. Linda Knowles, lenny Baker, and Tina Barnett wear nriations of campus social club names in their skit, which won third place for En Ami. QNX. N ,M M Sans Souci took second place honors with their parody on "Gone With the Wind." Kay Karr and Jamie Hobbs sing, dance, and tell jokes as part of the Zongola presentation. Boll Weevil, Cow Paddy. and lack star in Les Choisies' parody on lack and the beanstalk, which took first place in the skit contest. lzntertainers Spice Year Student Activities Board's Enter- tainment Committee, headed by Ken Arnold, books entertainers for the Pop Artist Series. The road show "l-lalf a Sixpence", a musical comedy by Orsen Wells, played at the Audi- torium October 28, and Jerry Van Dyke entertained March 17 with the Holiday Singers and the Lab Band. ln April, Will Ceer presented "An Evening's Frost", a dramatic reading featuring Anne Gee Byrd, Thomas Coley, and lack Davidson. May featured a six-member jazz and blues band from Preservation Hall in New Orleans. Arlington Concert Association sponsors the Concert Series, which this year brought the First Chamber Dance Quartet and baritone William Warfield to the campus. Pianist Van Cliburn played a varied selection of numbers to a sell-out crowd in October. ln November, lvlantovani, prominent orchestra leader, drew another sell-out crowd and two stand- ing ovations for his performance. The Young Folk t -5.-:, Jerry Van Dyke William Warfield ,K fl . .f .qiiff .iwn,, K gp-Q my Q i I",- .aff .x' . 1 ss - l is ff The Images V gf x 5 ,Vik . , f jk W Kenneth Nelson Concert Series Nlantovani Van Cliburn vvx 9 mf A x gf X iw X f X W ' X 4 X 4 X . X . . . ' ' - -'X ...X .X'fX"'-3 X- -.X "-X'. X, X X .C , .XX',: X XXX X X XXX,XX X ' X A ' ' ' '7' ."'-. X , ' I ' 1 -X :X XX"'. ',f.'.f,- - , , X - ., X X... '- 'M . XXX, . ' Xl X X 'Xl .'X-XXHK "MC, X X ,- X - -X X X - .X X X , X, XXX. X XXXX 4 , X X XX . . 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Two competitors display the usual intramural extra effort. Future Rebel tends down marker. 5 W WS 'S 'YI-W'3i'85 NEW Entries for the Fioman Toga Contest line up before the judges. M 1. '23, Ni ' .ha-, Q 5 11. "W 3 i 4 . O lx, I 'a ai P J. . P yi 4 it V Avos Top Sorority i In Winter Dlympics i After a years absence, the annual Alpha Sigma Chi Winter Olympics returned on November 17. Girls from each of the seven sororities competed in a series of events from which the overall vvinner re- ceived a trophy. 1 For the chariot and horse contest, sororities dec- 1 orated a wagon and a tricycle with a horse head and raced them. The iousting event was entered by girls armed with cans of shaving cream. ln the spoon dig, i one girl from each sorority searched through a pile - I Q of flour forthe spoon with the name of her club on it. 5 Other contests included the musical tubs, the bat l relay, the egg roll, shot put, discus throvv, javelin throw. and Roman toga competition. Winner of the Winter Glympics was Avolonte. Les a Choisies was runner-up, and Sans Souci placed third i Alpha Sigma Chi pledges clown before the I Winter Olympics games begin. i ,. rl fa C .B 4 l ,AWN 'i 1 l . i 4. Y' F 11 vm,-Q V. W M Al 'I l if--uN9l'Uw?iJiIl!lsf -awdfi wr a 5f11t'Q' 1' qfivj' ' V ,uf Q qi. ,X , , 4 Us ,J , wi b ,, X . - 3 ,Q j QVC' -Q., -' . ,. 3 - --"' - ,p Q 4' yn i - - rl '-wx, f - as Q f -jaw, M gy I 4? X 'fe A 14' r Q6 'T' 'Q A A , 'sw ,f s xx. f.. r ' ', r' 1- ' .4 ., ' figgw- ,Q ' T i,,,?,A - vi rrfasww, 'Tim'-w 'f'7?,:S,. RPT- 'Zim 4i.7l6.-.f. 1 I 1 Q '..,, ' Lynne Bishop of San Souci throws the winning javeiin. -Q5 as is 'I 'ZS' W. ,g,"4.'f,rM'f'p' ,Cr E Mhnswf.-1 K :dial rr Lee Ann Zacha, Avolonte pledge, tries her hand at the javelin. .,,- . , X I. v fW"",f is it ,?,'.4l0Y'lps3 ' , Eglin, 4'4"'7h N-.., Eff nib: 2Ll'QiV""ll7f"R' .J ,' . WZ. '-x F, 'Z Laceys Sharon Hendrix, Barbara Stuart, and Janet Heidt prepare Karen Voss for the Chariot Race, Jerri Campbell, Karuso Pteros, throws the discus. 55 i uv -- Y , -- Panel Judges Club Singsong Competition in singing groups among sororities and among fraterni- ties provided the fare for the second annual Campus Canto sponsored by Sigma Delta Phi on December 14. Profits from ticket sales went to the Fellowship Fund for graduate stu- dents. Contestants were judged on how' well they worked together as a group and how entertaining their presenta- . tion was during their allotted time of y six minutes each. Winners, deter- i mined by a panel of judges, were Avolonte and Alpha Sigma Chi. So- rorities placing second and third were Zongola and En Ami. Tri Chi was the runner-up fraternity. Other featured performers included the Holiday Singers of the ASC music department, Fred Dobbs, hypnotistg - Flush Robinson, pianist, and lvlac Q Martin, master of ceremonies. Alpha Sigma Chi includes their Sweetheart, Susie Wine, in their presentation of serious son s. ...--1..- .. ,, .3 A,..-- .., . .Y- ..AY A----1.-.4,-7 --.,..,,-. i-- Karuso Pteros performs a skit along with their "Christmas Favorites". Sans Souci presents their version of a hobo's Christmas X X . . ,ff A .w ' Q N 3 1 Q1 's 'kj , , ZW X V xx, Rf: 1 ' "f I , if ,. f A 2? , , Z if xi 1 , fu-. , .- YU' ,,. 1 X I 'Q J 'f X .5 I Uv.. 5 W, S My U I M X . 1, 'fi ,V ' f'.'WKMGHW7"i ' ""MZL3X7?YWW4'4 FlfiC?2" , v , ,JJ ' i' Q , , A X w v x F ' " ,TN X X, .x .. Q .Y W M, 2 . Guy Davis lon Early William Edwards lohn Elliott Boger Farr Gary Freer David Gradick Bobby Hackler Andy Haden William Harp Burl Brown Don Cleveland William Coke leff Crayton Monty W. Ande Gerald Baker Barry Palmer President Buster Andersc P 'sN' ' r 2'0" u i if .,--, .. K .i lm? ' t 4- vb - N. l x lj" tttlli 1 x 6- Larry Bennett ' Barty Boydston , ,i fir? M, in 1 . ""' sl 3: lla 31 L E J W x A .l rg A in 63 to -, ff X Ay L -f - - y ff ty t Y .11 l .. . K Q N Z l . lf "AQ . 5' 0- L' . .,.-A " ""m"' 17 V tj' X, - x 'X f' lx fd a ti fi' Y' ? ' xl 1 n ll it lin l. 2 .l i ' 4 tt' 'i ,ft 5?-'B r' I , x ' x i . ' 4 i i i fy i ' ' X ' x . I xg. N- it fi r Howard Hale loe Hardin Chi Chi Chi Formed in 1961, Chi Chi Chi is the third largest fraternity on campus. Each year during Old South Week, Chi Chi Chi sponsors the Tri Chi Hat Grab. Girls from each sorority on campus join in the snatch- ing of hats from the heads of Chi Chi Chi pledges. The fraternity annually holds a Christmas party for the orphans of the Lena Pope Home. Members set a precedent last spring by sponsoring an Easter Egg Hunt for orphans, aged two to five, at the Lena Pope Babyland in Fort Worth. Chi Chi Chi is unique in having, rather than a club sweetheart a-s the other campus fraternities, several girls to serve as queens 'A Q at their various parties. Chosen as first party queen ' Q s Q' Eire HHOLiWg'r:th this year is Mary Huebner of Les Choisies and then f A WM S Marilyn Pearson, a Les Choisies alumni, and Pat will "' Taylor, an Avolonte. .,,,, Chi Chi Chi has several distinguished personalities , l"" among its members. Fioger Farr is the vice-president , R E of the inter-Fraternity Council. Howard Hale is the 5 ' Avolonte Beau, Gary Freer, Sans Souci Beau, and fl Tom Townley, Les Choisies Beau. Dr. Glen Bodgers i leffv 10hf1S0f1 is Tri Chi's faculty sponsor. Officers are Barry Pal- A 'W ' i Q' Thomas KOOPS mer, president, Barty Boydston, vice-president, Roger .125 , 5 fi! Farr, secretary, Howard Hale, treasurer, and Gerald Baker, parliamentarian. Q C R Bill Lanford ,. my W M 4, ttz xr? Larry Lewis J if K ha, X 1 AA " " lack Merbler " 3 t,'f l "i g Larry Mills Q H is - as ,'iVV l f Cordell'Moore 5- L 1 ' 6' Jerry O Rear -t-ae 1 ' my uv- Butch Flux ,, fx ... ,Q .1 my ff Iss- 4. Tom Townley Mike Wallace Earl Weiher " Curt Whitsel - lohnny Wright 1 5 - ' ' ' Z ' Q. X fl ,iw f-21 Q' A if if 2 'S' X I 7' C it SR G uk X V ' i. 'V - R ' with tw Tau elta Tau Taudelt was reorganized last year as Tau Delta Tau. Last year's membership of 13 has grown into 33 this year. Activities in which Tau Delta Tau participated this year include the Homecoming Float contest, all intramural sports, the wood-gathering contest for the bonfire, and the Old South Booth contest. The frater- nity also held an anniversary party. Tau Delta Tau's Best Pledge for 1966 is Freddy Drennon. The holder of the highest grade point aver- age in the fraternity is David Fleed. Tau Delta Tau took third place honors last year both in the Old South Booth contest and for baseball in intramurals. Club sweetheart is Nancy Cox, the freshman class secretary. Mr. Stephen Oates is Tau Delta Tau spon- sor. Officers are Bennie Jeter, presidentg David Reed, vice-president, Mike Choate, secretaryg and Freddy Drennon, treasurer. John England Buss Fields George Fortenberry Bill Friedman Sonny Hodge Robert Hollingsworth Gordon Johnson, Jr. Ronald Laludice Tom Marlin Dave Muir Mike Nelson Jim Oldhan Van Ray Perkins David Reed Jim Rovello Sammy Fiudel Bill Stuart Mark Tarletz Frank Taylor Bobby Wright tr? H:-'7 Bennie Jeter President Nancy Cox C A Sweetheart v j'f, ' . ji., Q, 4 J Q 4' YN Q' fu- - . 5 YI? it A "f'f'x y Ce' S Terry O'Neal President Sharon Terrill Sweetheart Lee Barlow Gene Bibb Dan Boone Jerry Carson Don Crowe Sigma Delta Phi One of the main functions of Sigma Delta Phi's 28 members this year was the sponsoring of the Campus Canto. However, this year the fraternity invited all fraternities to participate. Previously only sororities took part in the Christmas-time singsong-. Sigma Delta Phi president Terry O'Neal awarded the trophies to the winners. Revenue from Campus Canto ticket sales went to the Graduate Students' Fellowship Fund. Sigma Delta Phi is also the owner of the Rebel Flag displayed at football games. Members were honored in 1965-66 by winning second place in the Homecoming float competition and second place for their Old South booth. Sigma Delta Phi also holds the Scholarship Award given by the Inter-Fraternity Council. Crimso-n and navy blue are the colors worn on the blazers of the 28 Sigma Delta Phi members. The fra- ternity to-ok in 11 pledges. Sponsored by Mr. Wendell Knox, Sigma Delta Phi elected Sharon Terrill as their sweetheart. Sharon is Miss Arlington and the first runner-up as Miss Texas. Sigma Delta Phi officers include Terry O'Neal, presidentg Gene Bibb, vice- pres-identg Ray Moore, secretaryg Jerry Luke, treas- urerg and Dennis Wilson, social director. 95. lames Falls George Felix Rusty Fowler Mike Goldberg Bob Greene Terry Haynes Richard Lawson lerry Luke Robbie Mardis lohn T. Martin tix Robert Meyer Ray Moore Harold Stieber, ll lohn Travis Samuel D. Wilson Robert Cox Barry Cremer Tommy Davis John Feik Randle Garner Ronnie Golden Gordon Kinney Robert Hale David Hendrix Aubre Howell Mike Innerarity David Johnson Phil Johnson Freddie Jones Greg Kent George Bellomy David Brazier Royce Bush Mike Calcagno Charles Alexander Allen Griffith ""'-31.5, ffl' 'dr , Garry Gooden President Susie Wine Sweetheart fi ,1- R C' Ronnie Campbell Ted Carmack Howard Conine James Conine f., AQ. ' QA 43- . Q... 'C ta. .,. 7- L is 4- A ':,, F ,.. J Don Key M 4' Michael Knox x . Y sr A Q El gs-:iii T is gf Q.,- -3-lm-1 'F D. A. Koebernick Al Kraft Leslie Lewis Ronald Mason fi! fw- Alpha Sigma Chi Alpha Sigma Chi, with 60 members, is the largest fraternity on campus. Alfasig, as the fraternity used to be called, owns the victory bell and victory vvagon and, with these, promotes school spirit at the foot- ball games, The fraternity also fosters a Korean or- phan named Olympia. On November 17 Alpha Sigma Chi held their annual Winter Olympics of Roman nature. On the night following the games, the frater- nity held a Winter Olympics Dance, announcing the winners of the various contests and the overall vvin- ners They also sponsored a Christmas party for the Dallas luvenile l-lome. Cheerleader Freddie lones is an Alpha Sigma Chi, as are ASC Favorites Buddy Lear and Robert l-lale. Besides these individual honors, the fraternity as a vvhole has distinguished itself. Alpha Sigma Chi was the i965-66 Intramural champion. They also took the fraternity trophy in the 1966 Campus Canto, spon- sored by Sigma Delta Phi. Cheerleader Susie Wine, Avolonte, is the frater- nity's sweetheart, Sponsors,are Dr. Robert Carter and Dr. Scott Roage. Directing Alpha Sigma Chi's activities are Carry Ooodin, presidentg Ronnie Mason. vice-presidentg Royce Bush, secretaryg Ken Kautz, treasurerp and Ted Carmack Jim McCoy Karl Osborn W Buddy Reed Walt Robison Tom Schneider it' ,ww ff'-' Jim Shackelford Bill Slusser Phil Smith Charles Smithson Mike Soward avftf gp-Q., vvs,::' Bobby Standifer Ronnie Stevens Chris Stoehr Cordell Swindle Cyril Sulak Rick Terry John Wilson Larry Wolfe Ronnie Wright Paul Wynne Delta Chi Omega Delta Chi Omega was one of the first social clubs on campus. The fraternity, formerly called Sakkara, now has 36 members. Fall Rush produced Delta Chi Omega with 18 pledges. Last year Delta Chi Omega won second place in intramural football. Besides winning the Sportsmanship Award, several Delta Chis won intramural fraternity letters. Colors for the fraternity are black and gold. Linda Pendergrass, elected as Delta Chi Omega's sweetheart, was one of the five finalists in the Miss Arlington Contest and, on campus, an Avolonte fall pledge. Mr. Ken Coffelt is the fraternity's faculty sponsor. Officers for the club are Howard Daniels, presidentg Larry McFarland, vice-presidentg Gari Ruggles, secretary-treasurer. lames Burger Waland Burger lohn Buyers Donald Connally loel Conway William Cravens E f 5? ' Richard Dixon l . Kenneth Gooch James Grange Anthony Griffin Mickey Griffin Robert Hall Richard Hoekendorf Curtis Kayem Robert Keener Ed Kieschnick, lr. Michael Lamp Richard Long Larry McFarland "Y lerry McGill Frank Murtagh Gary Newsom Robert Pitchford Edward Reeves Tom Roeber Dennis Rollans Gari Ruggles lim Sanders Roger Schutte lack Sterling 'Pr' Tom Waldrop Russel Weik Tommy Wolfgang Tim Gardner - 5. g gg, - -cf' tum Q-ff K4 Howard Daniels President Linda Pendergrass xii? Sweetheart all ,..s bn px N 1 iv ,aw tc ef, wx' i. 'S X ti i 5 X ,, :,,: , ,,.. -Q ,f David Watson President Mary Huebner Sweetheart Bishop Allen Ken Arnold NA xv,-.,.-f 5,5 ., 9 , as ' n Bw' Scott Barker lay Chatham Phi Delta Epsilon Organized as Phi-Eps in November of 1964, Phi Delta Epsilon is the newest fraternity at ASC. Even though a young fraternity, Phi Delta Epsilon has taken a large part in campus activities. ln intramurals last year the fraternity won the swimming competition. This year Phi Delta Epsilon won the Homecoming spirit award by gathering the most wood for the Homecoming bonfire. To increase school spirit, Phi Eps and their pledges are remodeling a Volkswagon to be used as a "Welcome Wagon" at all pertinent campus functions. They are painting the bus bur- gundy and gold, their club colors. Distinguished Phi Eps are David Watson, who is not only head cheerleader but also an ASC Favorite, and Ken Arnold, head of the Entertainment Com- mittee of SAB. Officers for the 32-member fraternity are David Watson, president, lohn Morawski, vice- president, limmy Wrenn, secretary, limmy Pritchett, treasurer, and leff Miller, pledge master. Dr. Charles Van Cleve is sponsor. Phi Delta Epsilon elected Mary Huebner, who is also Miss ASC, as their sweetheart. Mike Christa! Mike Craven Larry Glatts loe Guthrie lohn Hergenroether Donald Jones Steve Kirk lohn Lee Monte McCormick lohn Mead Gary Moore Lee Moore John Morawski Flichard Norman lon Parker Bill Prikryl bf gp-2' limmy Pritchett Drew Smith William Springer James Vest Tim Williams limrny Wrenn Aegeidae Second-largest fraternity on campus, Aegeidae was organized in September of 1963. Club colors are blue and grey. This year the fraternity put in time and effort toward an Orphans Christmas Party. Aegei- dae's Fall Smoker produced the fraternity 16 fall pledges. Among Aegeidae's members is loey Sandi- fer, the president for 1966-67 of ASC's Student Gov- ernment. Richard Calfee serves two organizations in vice-presidential capacities: Student Government and his own fraternity. Another distinguished Aegei- dae is David Bowman, an ASC cheerleader. loey Sandifer and David Bowman were also voted in fall elections as ASC Favorites. lvlr. Ronald Foster is Aegeidae's faculty sponsor. The fraternity elected Sue Grant as their sweetheart. The 45-member fraternity is directed by Tom Trostel as president. Other officers are Richard Calfee, vice- presidentg lan Wallace, secretaryg Andy Howard, treasurerg and Garth l-lodge, pledge trainer David Bowman Alan Caldwell Richard Calfee Glenn Carter Tom Crider Danny Davis lohn Dillon Charles Debbs Bill Dollar Paul Englebretson Stan Everett Kenneth Fischer lames Guenzel Peter l-l l-laagen Harold Armstrong Bobby Barnes lim Beggs Bryan Bishop Tom Trostel President Sue Grant Sweetheart ,f 66 l 0, I-I. Steve Hawkins Wm Garth Hodge, Jr. Andy Howard Dave Howard John Huggins Bill Jodon Cam Johnson ,J James Livermore Kerry Moseley John Nowell Robert O. Phillips Gary Roper Joey Sandifer Norman Tindall Jan Wallace Mike Wallace Thomas Wallace Myron Walters Clark Warren Bob Webb Weyland Wilder Tom Wood 1, Wi 9 A U 2.7 ,.- -s: "' Njk i Karuso Pteros San-s Souci Koshari Koshari Coeds in blazers of royal blue and gold are mem- bers of Koshari Sorority. Ko-shari's Homecoming float, "We're Still Bebs," won the- third place trophy in the Homecoming parade. Honored Koshari members are Ginger Fulenwider, Staff Sweetheart of ROTC and a Reveille Beautyg Jennifer Stephen, who won the Sportsmanship trophy for Winter Olympics, and Susan Gant, an ASC Fa- vorite. Susan also succeeded Ginger as Beauty in the APO Beauty and the Beast Contest, which made the trophy a permanent possession- of Koshari. Heading the club are Ginger Fulenwider, fall presi- dent, and Mary Ellen Venturi, spring president. Mrs. Bertie Acker and Miss Madeline Hill co-sponsor the sorority. Koshari beaux are Ken Sargent, Jerry Atta- way, and Tony Narvaez. Jeannie Allison Gloria DeLaPaz Susan Gant Kathy Gibbs Barbara Grewe Sandy Grider Y Phyllis Isaacs i I Jennifer Stephen Ellen Venturi . .Xt ., ' V. 1. r- H Wlrlf .lf fs.-. .g.- ivolonte 4. WX 61 N Eileen McCluskey i ty? ':::' 5 at X 'xv . ,. V ., 'N-.. Rx 'Q HX X A W' e,,1,Qxjkb QN L " N ,Sw , 1 all l N. K -. - t' li-2 li. 1. -XL ff I , 1 3 T y, 1 faq P -2 1 CEM: W gg , EJ, ' . A.: A 3, ,W ,n?!' UK V F? ., ' ' , ' ,. L ' pq- - .,,l . hwy 1 4' K . , . PT-. I, L W .W mf, .Q 0 4 4 'Z ' ,, - ffl, A Lu g , Ka ruso Pteros As the newest sorority on campus, Karuso Pteros has 12 members this year. ln keeping with a prece- dent they set last year, KP's again this year estab- lished- a college blood bank. Distinguished Karuso Pteros members are Barbara Sury, elected to Student Government and a member of Sigma Tau Delta, Evelyn Hodges, a member of Phi Kappa Theta, Penny Cotton and Eileen lv1cCluskey, dorm counselorsg and Karen Pollard, a majorette. lerri Campbell is the vice- president of ISC and a member of Tau Beta Sigma, the national band service sorority, along with Marti Maber and loan Crist. Busty Bussell is the Karuso Pteros beau and the sponsors are Miss Anna Byan and Miss Donna Chris- topher. Les Choisies Zongola En Ami 1 ' ' L f , Jerri Campbell V N i ,Z ff - f M ,L Penny Cotton . -f-. f- .. , if Y" W lean Crist X E ggi gf, L Q" Q14 Susan Hofmann 5 --VVV T V. Kim Sylvia Lawton ', 1 l , fy if y l l, , ., , uf.: , g ifs ---- - ' an 5271? ff? 'tag N A T ' X' if - V ,gm ' T f . , ' Sally Ann Lee 53, ,K ' ' T' if F. 4, ,Q an-. Q 2' I ' Kay Lewis U ,- M 1 :Z ' g , .,,. 'i j Marti Maben "' P'-,X 'gw K ' .iff r .,,g, , lubgbbu . Karen Pollard W df' W' ' , . "i' V Izl Barbara Sury N h i ' I "I A 1 X 59' Z 'A T 15-P : . 'v , li ' n -fg fifa A 'f ' ' . ff-Q Avolonte Avolonte is the only sorority on campus with a separate summer uniform. Besides this distinction. many Avos have distinguished themselves in campus affairs as well. Susie Wine is a cheerleader, Alpha Sigma Chi Sweetheart, and a finalist for Miss Dixie Belle. Other honored members are Donnave Owens. Miss Rebel Spiritg Linda Pendergrass, Delta Chi Omega Sweetheartg Linda McDonald, majoretteg Sheryl Bowden, Reveille Beautyg and Golria Camp- bell, Vaquero Sweetheart. Avos Cindy Roberts and Terrina Rush are ASC Favorites. Terrina is also a majorette and Jodie Sweetheart. Avolonte took the 4 ,fp Q PEETQQZZZET 0 L QS - - Howard Hale ! ! Beau G3 first place trophy in the Alpha Sigma Chi Winter 2 ? 2-3 Olympics this year and in the Sigma Delta Phi V Campus Canto. Miss Jane Perry and Miss Betty Maples sponsor Avolonte. - I E. ff i Dana Ascue 'A I Q , g ' t Sheryl Bowden xx I Iii J Q g M!" 4 Gloria Campbell 'N' H QQ 2 1 I ' T64 Sherry Cantrell 'N N ':b 35- x Pat Cloughly ' ' V " f S J J' ' it 0 ,A Rebecca Connaster A H F-ai. ' f H A Yvonne Cooper A J , Janet Crane V W' Fw " W2 gif 3 Jerri Criswell 1 bf ig 0 V A Q. gm .""' X , D'Anna Dana ' ' J - -,M ,,... we Beverly Dunn is ' f XX fx ' A V ..47L:fI'l . - Karen Garner A '55 A I A ax Connie Glover 34' Q F 1 ' f i t Myriam Hubbard QPR ti' T Q' - ' M ,,, 5 T- 5+ - lorja Jackson ,353 A . ,,. fx V 2' Connie Lee .f r R' 'T-M ' ' ' , Jane Loiry ' g , A N 'X X' L t.- R' N A, A IX Linda MacDonald X , fl 1? ' ,y ' ' J 'Z' Harriet Morgan -7. F i S, I W fix' 'J' 5' Rhonda Morris "' A K "" 7 'B Jig it " J J Carol O'Kelly af, 1,"E'5 . f f A E ' I J ' :L Donnave Owens ' ' V' P Linda Pendergrass Q V Q, P 'ti l - 4 , 1 y t. 3 . I FW? Q Wendy Pickens I . -vi 5 Mary Anne Richmond lj f'.,A W L ' lr L - 6 ' Cynthia Roberts '+ bf' ' ' "' .A bf' Vx y i Terrina Rush rx 1-4 fix fl 1'-S' P- Q5 QA ludy Sellers g " . ' Dawn Stewart x ' ' D N N Pat Taylor Ann Weaver Mary Ellen Wells Kay Williams Susie Wine Linda Wise ' J, J .1 ,.,- -7.1 . fi" 'I -A , 'N ' Q .iff Z -LX 'rx hiv - 1 wh, I - X 1-1 is 1 J 1,319-1 I. A A 'ni HB X f f Q- 1 f Q A53 ff: yrs 3 iff S S N ar- X K Y - 1 1 Sue Scanlan President Tom Townley Beau Q15 cfs-..- as , . 4535 ',,!! i :W lj . I.. fr - , ..,.,,0A, , K X 4 M X 7 ' Eff' 'f V7 , 9,-x N 3 .2 i as qi 'P i X ff, Q l -5 . ,, 7 X 1 Y My 2- Y Ya- ,.. V X AA' , L sw ,Y , Linda Bookout Barbara Burns Sandy Combs E f- Cindi Coulson V, M, ,, es Choisies Second largest sorority on campus, Les Choisies has as its motto "Let Friendship Preyailf' Les Chois- ies distinguished itself this year by winning the Home- coming Spirit Stick and the second place trophy in the Alpha Sigma Chi Winter Olympics, As a charity project, Laceys collected clothing and sent it to Korean orphans Two Laceys hold the top campus coed honors: Mary Huebner, who is Miss ASC, and Patty Kalan, Miss Dixie Belle. Mary is also Phi Delta Epsilon Sweetheart and was presented as queen at the first Chi Chi Chi party of the year, and Patty is a Bebel cheerleader. Cheerleader Cindy Coulson, like Bar- bara Stuart, is a Reveille Beauty, and, along with Bene DeMaris, an ASC Favorite, Barbara Stuart was also one of the five finalists in the Miss Arlington Pageant. Other distinguished Laceys are Lynne Eas- ter, Sigma Pi Epsilon Sweetheart, and fall pledges lean Heidt, winner of the Six Flags scholarship, and Wanda Downing, "Miss December" in the Shorthorn. The 33 Laceys are sponsored by Miss Dolores Holder and Mrs. leanne Ford, 5 lx. Bene DeMaris Marcia Diem Wanda Downing Suzanne Duckett 2 ,,,f 5, Lynne Easter - ,, fr lf' Q, .- fi 1' Q 'Y . O . Q , ,v xl 'Sh at tai 'ff 1 , , .-.t , X A Sherry Furgeson Brenda Haire 1- f Trudi Hallaran A Harriett Hamilton A Patty Hambrick L. ft K 1 QUR fl ' 'Q x Q uf 1 " i f - , y -. t L.: g. I 51 i ii -f-1.9151 ,P s f if A W , G A 4 fl i ff f Q if N 4 lanet Heidt lean Heidt sf- . Sharon Hendrix Mary Huebner Patty Kalan ' 'R 1. '4 WX Vickii Henchcliffe Mm, 4' Ji H., t Linda Ovrick Diane Martin Linda Parker Cheryl Pate Patty Pottei Suzanne Boberts Y ,fit Merrilee Smith Pam Stribling Barbara Stuart Sheila Tallon Karen Voss Sue Watson En Ami Out of the last seven years, En Ami has taken the Scholarship trophy four times and finally won it per- manently last spring. En Ami also won third place in the Campus Canto. The club won the Old South trophy for 1966. Several En Ami members also took individual honors on campus. Karen Marazinni is Deputy Corps Sweetheartg Military Sweethearts are Eleanor Batchelder, Susan Behnke, and Sally So-Ido. Sally is also a cheerleader, a finalist for Miss Dixie Belle, and one of the five national finalists in the Miss Cheerleader, U.S.A. contest. Barbara Williams is president of the Student Activities Board. En Ami sponsored a Christmas party and a field trip forthe Fort Worth School for the Deaf. Green and White are En Ami's colors, and George Medlin is beau. Sponsoring the club are Mrs. Ernestine Sewell and Mrs. Robert L. Williamson. Martha Wolfskill is presidentg lvanka Toborsky, vice-presidentg Ann Reagan, secretaryg and Susan Behnke, treasurer. Connie Ashley Marti Atkerson Jenny Baker . 5. X . rf it Eleanor Batchelder 5 HV l Susan Behnke Sharon Camp Sharon Davis loan Dawson Judy Franklin lanet Hardin Sandy Hardin Jan Hart -V Katy Heisserer Karen Marazzini If Denise McCorkle Beth Morelan "" 4 K K 7- Sylvia Ramsey Ann Reagan Dallas Snyder Sally Soldo lvanka Taborsky Peggy Van Dorn ludy Watson Barbara Williams Martha Wolfskill President George Medlin Beau hr 4? ' l xx Q.. 4 Et Brenda Worsham President Gary Freer Beau fx f X Sw ggi K st g., s X V v G! A 'fn N. Q- 1, lerry Barfield Vivian Bauer Lynne Bishop .K . ' ls NX-3 . ,,2aa ,E fm 'X Qi. ll Sans Souci Organized in 1932, Sans Souci is the second oldest sorority on campus. Sans Souci took third place honors in Alpha Sigma Chi's Winter Olympics this year. Working with Circle K, the Soucis sponsored a "Toys for Tots" program, sending gifts to a nearby orphanage. Outstanding members include Debbie Maddox, ASC Favorite, Beverly Biggall, Kathy Cox, and Sharon Terrill, Reveille Beauties. Sharon Terrill also holds the Miss Arlington title and is first runner-up to Miss Texas. Senior Jackie Moe is the regional vice- chairman of the Associated College Union, and was in charge of the Begion XII ACU conference hosted by ASC. Several Soucis are sweethearts for different organizations on campus: Lynn Petrelli for the Bifle Team, Vivian Bauer for Circle K, Sheryl Stewart for Alpha Phi Omega, and Sharon Terrill for Sigma Delta Phi. Mrs. Bobbie Simms and Mrs. Mary Spoon co- sponsor Sans Souci. Gary Freer, Chi Chi Chi, is the Souci beau. The 28 members are directed by Brenda Worsham, president, Debbie Maddox, vice-president, Vivian Bauer, secretary, and Diane Dodgen, treas- urer. . ., Busty Burris Kathy Cox Carolyn Critz Q -ff' VN Diane Dodgen ' A 1, Tresa Edington f -P Felixa Florence Mary Zane Gayler ' 1 ' Haven Hyde if lit , S Kathy Mack Debbie Maddox X l ..., . Z Y Mgr .- , 'iw ,sn "!l'.Z'fx ,E-N Susan Meinke Cindy Mergele Jackie Moe Beverly Fiiggall Cindy Roberts Marie Simmons G-eorganne Spoon Sheryl Stewart Sharon Terrill Van Nguyen Zongola Zongola, with colors of maroon and white, numbers 28 this year. Members participated in the Alpha Phi Omega's party for the mentally retarded children at the Denton State School and also sponsored a Christ- mas party at the Pilgrim Best Home in Dallas. Besides their activities, Zongola holds several campus honors. The club won second place in the Campus Canto. Arlo lo Payne is president of the Lipscomb Dorm Council and Tau Beta Sigma, the national band service sorority. Dorothy Smith is the vice-president of the Student Education Association: Toni l-lart, chairman of the Communication Committee of Student Governmentg and Nita Murray, one of the 14 elected representatives in Student Government. Phyllis Davis won third place in the Beauty and the Beast Contest and second place in the Miss Holland contest. Miss Dallas of 1965, Evelyn Seibert, was selected as the Best-Dressed Coed last year. Mrs. Neita Flenniken and Miss Mary Devenport are the faculty sponsors for Zongola. The sorority's beau is Tom Trostel. Officers are lill Jamieson, fall presidentg Linda Barr, fall vice-presidentg Dorothy Smith, fall vice-president and spring president: Ginger Dean, secretaryg Sherry Felscher, fall treas- urerg and Kay Karr, spring treasurer. Annabelle Corboy Phyllis Davis Ginger Dean Sandra Elbel Sherrye Felscher Leuna Gilbert X Toni Hart Jamie Hobbs Rosan Hoffpauir Nelda Hynds Kay Karr Wanda Madding Suzanna McNatt Arla lo Payne Toni Schneider nw gg! Sf Evelyn Seibert Fiosanne Sherrill Dorothy Smith Gayle Steen Sue Wiman 5 2 . , Z lt ' .Afx f Karron Braswell fr' s"'f'9t vt . . v Z sy 'El xg " 2 Alf , fx 5 'fi " "Q "" - ' 72 . ' ' 1 ,A 'Q L- lf-v Nb! 'r i I i l l lill Jamison President l l l Tom Trostel Beau 1 l l l I V-Q , , '+E:,fl 'L X ' 2 N: b , are -fs H' . 591 'Q A i l X-1 X 'W .. .K l . wg -4""'v 5'- in 5 . 'U L-X e +- TJ r RELIGICUS IVISC The Methodist Student Center of- fers fellowship for Methodists on campus, credit courses in religion, and non-credit lay-theological studies. The group sponsors Friday noon luncheons and Tuesday night suppers with programs, and has two weekend conferences a year. Rev. Ken Blackford sponsors the Methodist Student Center. The steer- ing committee of six officers consists of Dennis Burdette, Marcia Elliott, Carol l-lalwes, lan Hart. lack Roberts, and Bill Shepard. Members of the Methodist Student Center listen to speaker Carter Boren. The MSC offers special speakers for the Friday noon luncheon :semarie Bowman, Buddy Spiegel, and Diane Bush await the food at the BSU's annual Christmas .f 'ft A vu Q! 11 gf x. I Q, ,., , , l .,. . A ., as .4 .- H I Fficer Jerry Bass and his date Millie Henderson entertain Mike Graham and Terresa Edington afore the dinner. Banquet. BSU With 150 members, the Baptist Stu- dent Union participates in state con- ventions, leadership training confer- ences, and Friday night missions at Eastland Street Baptist Church. The group meets from 12-12:30 on Mon- days, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and from 6-6:30 on Tuesday and Thursday nights for vespers. Serving on the executive council are Earnest Stone, president, Anita Prichard, vice-president, and Millie Henderson, secretary. Other officers are Carol l-lart, missions chairman, Darlene White, summer missions chairman, Tommy Stone, social chair- man, Buddy Spiegel, music chairman, Tim Morris, vespers chairman, Woody Mabry, enlistment chairman, Margie Montgomery, publicity chairman, Pam Arfman, devotional chairman, Beverly Mickle, student center chairman, and Jerry Bass, evangelism and study chairman. Staff members are Bev. Dan Boling, director, Don Akin, as- sistant director, and Linda Benton, secretary. "fl x .g.' is-- ax, P.- , I ? A Bible Chair Besides providing a building for recreation and relaxation, the Church of Christ Bible Chair serves as the central office for the religion depart- ment and offers accredited religion courses. An expanding library is also provided. Activities include daily noon devotionals, luncheons, frequent re- ,-""' treats, and a Monday night visitation program. Director for the Church of Christ Bible Chair is William S. l-larper. He is assisted in his work by Paul Phil- lips. Singing is always part of the daily devotionals at the Church of Christ Bible Chair. i i l i l l I l Front row: Suzanne Gordon, Harriet Miles, Penny Clowers, Sue Eddleman, Dorothy Gage, Elizabeth Ashbrook, ludilyn Akey, Cathy Riley, Dianita Welch. Second row: William S. Harper fdirectorj, Melody LeFan, Don McPherson, Ray Miller, Ronald Box, Robert L. McMahon, lr., Robert G. Travis. lohn B. Waggoner, Danny W. Minton, Paul Otes, Ricky Flatt, Jimmy Patterson, Mike Poynor, Mayrene Tucker, Paul Phillips fassistant directorj. Third rowr David Giddings, Ron Bolton, Dan Hawkins, Wayne Lingecum, Ron McGregor, Brad Burke, Ronnie Dove, Argyle Tucker. Gills' Yf? K. f. af-. 'S 1.0 0 Q9 W Q WW X PUBLICATIDNS Arlington Review Over 3600 in prize money was di- vided among students who had win- A 'ming entries in the fall and spring Arlington Review literary contests. Each semester, the Review conducts a contest to secure top entries in a wumber of categories, and the winners 'eceive priority for publication. Faculty members from the depart- nents of English, foreign language, wistory, sociology, philosophy, and art udge the contest. Sponsoring the Jublication are Miss Alberta Harring- ion and Dr. Cothburn O'NeaI of the English department and Ernest Leis- er, student publications advisor. Judi Dunihoo, as editor, was assisted by Bruce Meyer, associate editor, and Dick Galliher, art editor. 1- i 5 f 'X 5 . x H X 1,50 x . .,. t NJ . J, ,M . W, . use C X B uf .W P , . - mf ts.:-4 X ,Q K 41" mg M' Ryan, 1 K , . ., ,xtj ,. f f W ' ' xv A We f , , .V, ,M 1,1 -V W HW- I-v7?ix www N X W ff ggi V ,X ,dw 'Ui R migf. rx E 153 ,V 17 1' sf its ! X' www f f fwfr! ludi Dunnihoo, Editor E , ,:5f3MK5X'f Qffx ' .r Dick Galliher, Art Editor W-,Sass My gs 1 93X-Ale' "'?1"'W"""" . 1 Zh :iuvtf wil' fret 5 itifr. ' 1 ,: 5' A ? i 5 i 'ifff 'K rf. ,I .If i Ijfizg lg lit fi Milli iii Bruce Meyer, Associate Editor iff.. A-.Q .ji N XX , .XXXL 5 i lbw 2 yu. 1 :K ll li rl .W V., wg V.. -X., r i 2 K Q X X X xy . l f i -as i 8l Reveille Securing pictures, laying out pages, and composing copy are not the only tasks in developing a yearbook. The Reveille staff also arranges interviews, sponsors the Reveille Beauty Contest, and follows campus activities to cap- ture both the typical and the unusual which tell the story of the year. Eight staff members were employed this year to create a 400-page year- book which gives an overview of the 1966-67 activities at ASC. The Texas Intercollegiate Press Association judged the 1965 book first place, and the Associated Collegiate Press awarded the 1966 book a first class honor rating. Lindsay Mann, Photographer 1 e .4 in . x 1 9 ,,,,,, 1. Eu , V 992.411 mum, Jenny Mayfield and Linda Ovrick, Co-editors 1 53.1 3 I I 3 arf 1 E Ken Roselle, Photography Editor --Ill!! 4 it X Q , i x if if 'ff A Y x t if 19 S if 5 55 3 x 'N fi 1 I 3? i i dy Briley, Associate Editor ""' -..'.': lgsgl Q ' ' H Jenny Baker, Assistant Editor iii - -.: ' lla igskiag mf, ,gr ihapur Omid, Associate Editor li ' 1. s l 1 'tw La xx X 5 .M t Ax ,RMK , ' - 'rw gm Shorthorn As students crisscross the campus on Fridays copies of the Shorthorn, the campus newspaper, rapidly disap- pear from their stacks. Eight thousand issues are printed weekly with fea- tures, sports news, editorials, reports of past activities, and information of upcoming events. Eleven staff members receive a com-bined monthly salary of 3410, and three more work on commission. To- gether they turned out 26 regular is- sues and, for the first time, a special registration issue distributed to fresh- men during summer orientation ses- sions. In 1966 the newspaper earned an overall third place rating in the Texas interscholastic Press Association, fall- ing only two points behind a first place position. Tommy Geddie, Editor lin---W ,-1 H 'rs ' J ,..-me 'lb rx! X 'X -f i . xt a ,pq .Q-tr -5 I UH, 'KL a f . i' .Li 'gc' . im' - Karen Voss, Associate Editor Claudia McDowell, Associate Editor lim Reeves, Associate Editor Z 7 2 ' ,z,f- 4 ,Q Q' X ,5i,tgi .2 i ii . it t ' 'N' A , ' fa- is i . - ' ,A T, Qi L t fs i A it 1 i in Donna Darovich, Associate Editor A-.PY Ja 'aj ' , gh ggu M 321 u wi Q. lim Q gm 'ig-9 gi gag? "4" in .---- ill HES ' x .lg RIN n ggi? , . 5' it :mfg i " .V A if I ' 4:1 X , vs s .- ' - v , . ! L , M158 M . , ,A t , ,vw 14 '- -.rf we" 'Q ,fe y -,. NN'p"""""W--rv... lf- ' ' +'?f?m5m,,,,,,. ,,,f" QL ff? I X LL W , -,- nz , ' W A s 7 l B Q i f A lgfgfj. 1 r t ax Q rw - Q n . ' - im' fxgp:-2 t . A b ,tw , if ,A XX 3 David Richter, Photographer Bruce Meyer, Associate Editor Judy Smith, Assistant Editor Jerry Schraeder, Business Manager f M M , Q L M? A E 7 45 43 " i , gigiiiifwf' N-irq .f t 4,,r"!-- Qffwgis vi" ,' , ' H l Q . Nj! AS + it 1 'fig If -l:' -'.. R 'Sify J H viii ' ivvwd-,I inhuman gwwmsww Www 1 I MM Gene Williams, Reporter iw' her' Sens -vi if . ,fav aww M Y- 1" wr? 5 f V v' 0 , r 12" ii- 'fgzerff' Qyfe 2 .- 1 M" 5,1 1 34.5.92 if f.lf,'U Military ,wi Army Directs ROTC Program Through the Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps program instituted at ASC, students are provided military leadedship training and an opportunity to earn commissions as Army officers, Freshman and sophomore courses of- fer instruction in basic military sub- jects, military history, weapons, equip- ment, and leadership techniques. Juniors and seniors train in military techniques, logistics, administration, teaching methods, leadership tech- niques, and the exercise of command. ' ali' For one hour per week, the cadets attend a Leadership Laboratory de- signed to acquaint them with actual military situations. Active drill and training exercises are carried on at Flandol lvlill Park. '-s f""',.F?' , V A , '-Sur .-NM' I 1' t -. 'C Warren Underwood uses a sandbox to train Cadets Christopher Mills and Bill Cain in ttlefield tactics. Zolonel Charles C. Johnson awards direct commissions to six Distinguished Military Science Students: Charles Cannon, lon Hoaldridge, Richard lones. len Sargent, Everett Gray, and Gerald Attavvay. . 1 ' ' - i.f'f.f' Q uk' - l 'yawn' ',l ' b , Q AJ . v 15 . J, QL . ..., '3"" ,1 ' 1'-4'.."' 'ff' fs" 'T . . . ' , 4. Y . . . Y, A ff -' -f "7 " 4 ' . , , tw- ,f Ns , j vt 5: .M , iv L ' , A 1 2, L,'f'r"gi I 'noi w ... 2, A-:thx ,, K ,..,2Q Q - V H ,N A , X, -- - . . , .Q . , 1, fx, E, , . ,gs , ' f rg, -Q,-h .. ,mfni r M IL. - . 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Decorated with an oriental theme, the Military Ball began at 7:30 P.M. with a receiving line, whose mem bers were introduced to the guests by Cadet Bay mond lolissant, Battalion Aide. The receiving line con sisted of the head of the Military Science Department Col. Charles Johnson and his wife, the Academic Dean for Liberal Arts, Dr. Charles Green and his wife, and the Corps Commander, Cadet Charles Cannon and his wife. Music was supplied by the Danny Burke Band. Ken Sargent, President of the Officers's Club, emceed the presentation of Sweet hearts and the coronation of Corps Sweetheart and Deputy Sweetheart for the Military Ball, sponsored by the Officers Club. Linda Hamilton, a little teary-eyed, smiles to the cadets who elected her Corps Sweetheart, while emcee Ken Sargent looks on. AS.. 4. T . ' A 'A -fk1 ff 'NWA ii' 1 :YQ fx 'N ,tx Fifa-N" N . r Q E f 'Ex - X. K 5 M, wks, X K' ix xx. on u W YK "' fi., I . ix: A uf ' ' -- ,E 'xm Q , , L. 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Military cadets and their dates dance beneath the firey dragon at the orientally-decorated Military Ball 93 Don Cranford, captain of the Rifle Team, and Sweetheart Lynn Petrelli, look through the , sighting scope at the marksmanship of Truman Goodman ung- E7 , l W Susan Behnke- Sweetheart Steve Martin, Marvin Arthur, Dale Smith, Butch Walker, Nancy Krog, and Susan Behnke practice shooting. Front row: David Wood, Ann Reagan, Susan Behnke, Dora Duncan, Nancy Krog, lon Hoaldridge, Doug Sword. Second row: Steve Martin, Richard i Jones, Marvin Arthur, Jim Parker, Butch Walker, Dale Smith. l v ,,,,+.,.- l 94 , l l l Front row: lim Foster, Truman Goodman, Lanny Bassham, Mickey Austin, Don Cranford. Second row1 SFC James Sawyer, Harvey Atchison, Bill Bearden, Lynn Petrelli, Bobby Bowen, Roger Fitzpatrick, Larry Wright, Dan Dawson. P i , R e Lynn Petrelli - Sweetheart Present Competition Representing ASC in various smallbore pistol and rifle competitions are the 25 members of the Pistol and Rifle Teams. Shooting with five boys to a team, the Rifle Team entered two Fourth Army Area competitions and seven Postal Matches this year. From the Oklahoma State University Invitational Rifle Match on October 18, the team returned with a third place trophy and an individual who fired the highest score in the match to set a new national record. Lan-ny Bassham's score of 1158 ofa possible 1200 points is the highest score ever fired b-y a civilian in an International Shooting Union Match modified by National Rifleman's Asso- ciation Rules, Team captain for the group is Cadet Don-ald Cranford, faculty sponsor is SFC James Saw- yer, and sweetheart is Lynn Petrelli. With equipment furnished by the government, the Pistol Team offers membership to anyone interested, including girls. The group enters postal matches throughout the year, participates in invitational meets, and competes with the Air Force Academy. Members of the first team are Richard lones, David Wood, Butch Walker, Steve Martin, and loh-n Hoaldridge. David Wood is master shooter and student coach, and Richard Jones serves as expert and team captain. Sweetheart is Susan Behnke, who last year was named outstanding college coed freshman shooter. Faculty advisor is SFC Lee Harville. Select Cadets Form Precision Drill Team ASC's Sam Houston Rifles is composed of cadets in the military department who practice precision drill sequences on their own time as an extracurricular activity. Chosen on the basis of skill, the Sam Hous- ton Rifles, known as the lodies, number 14 this year. Recruits with a 1.0 grade average are elected by the corp memb-ers on the basis of the skill which they display in their precision drill. Established in 1933, the Sam Houston Rifles have maintained the distinction of being without peer in southwest drill competition. The lodies engage in drill competition during the spring semester with LSU and San Antonio. Last spring the Sam Houston Rifles won the comp-etition in the Fies-ta Flambeau. During the fall se-mester the lodies march in the games' half-time exercises, serve as honor guard for Homecoming, and march in the Tyler Rose Festival Parade. Sergeant Warren Underwood se-rves the lodies as faculty advisor, a position recently vacated by Cap- tain lohn W. loyce. The team commander for the Sam Houston Rifles is Captain Edward H. Thompson. Terrina Rush - Sweetheart Front row Thompson Cox Second row: Ellis, Johnson, Besio, lollisant, Ruth, Zavala, Attaway. Third row: Starr, Brown, Whalin, Hoffman, Cook Reynolds Smith Holmes Mahoney, lv1cClinton, Beck, Bird. frry Cox, Tommy Thompson, and Dan Mahaney perform the Queen Anne Salute during the alftime at an ASC football game. Tommy Thompson, Jodie commander, calls an order to his team dies march in the November 12 Homecoming Parade. ,i-44'-W' ' Insurgents Formed to train cadets in funda- mental insurgency and counterinsur- gency tactics, history, and techniques, the Insurgent Team is in its fourth year on campus. Eight members and 17 re- cruits concentrate on ambush and field patrol through classroom instruc- tion and Saturday morning field ma- neuvers. As the voluntary insurgents reach proficiency, they carry out field problems against an organized force. ASC's Homecoming Bonfire was placed under the protective guard of this group from 6:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. on the night before the game. Any prospective arsonists were undoubt- edly frightened off by these insur- gents. The 25 members are led by xi, I x ii W- l Faculty Advisor Major Fleeseg Com- ,.,-J" ' v manding Officer Cadet David John Skipper, lr., and Personnel and Sup- ply Officer, Cadet Sam lvliddlebrook. 1' ,Q '- 1 A member of the Insurgent Team participates in ' a field maneuver at Handol Mill Park. ff If Front row: Skipper, Evans, Middlebrooks. Second row: Morosky, Hendrickson. Gerron, Moore, Hunpt, Third row: Owen, Crews, Ansley, Karlovetz, Fiainone. Fourth How: Eubanks. Weir, Bryson, Weldon, Davis. l E . 9 l l l l l l l i i l l i i 4 F' Q K 3 V, eff .4 , A' X' , vi' Q ' Qi- I 'W I ' sr ,L fi' i .. A K - - Q -B is' K , 5 ,Q t .3 f gtkxlih? 2 fig, , b j l frifii 3' 1, Ji X 'iii E533 Q! 2 Xa Q-3' J' vi ' 'Yin - '- ra , if i A i get sid' .AX 5 W Q Xx- fflfgir r kmiraxf, les Johnson, lr., and Patrick Whitfill line up their sights in an action field problem. Insurgent Team Cadet less Weldon rests during a break in a field problem. iuflaging for a field problem are Toby Davis, Charles Johnson, lrs., Patrick Whitfill, Allan Husch, and lim Crews. f f -Xt-Magix f Qi E -HI 1 I iw.. Jpbafv , gZW ,l : ?w"'Zffr 'W M V. x ww , 4 'rf A i A .ia- Q 1 ' iss C 5' Lia 'H -L ,- N f -sera 'Cirx 1 1'rjN ,A 7 I , 5 pi "J 4,1 VW NKJ- s x '-X fxwiww 4,250 - , W wa M i 15T" 1l3oI iii, ,avr f?:???s':'?rTW'l: M .s Q si :L Y L - r L-y 'LQ' 7, Recruit Whatley, Mike Bouffard, and Sheryl Pruitt demonstrate for an onlooker Randy Evans ..D.. Company first Sergeant confers with Karen the "Weapons of the Modern Army" display in the SUB in November. Marazzini during drill. Sgt. Lee E. Harville illustrates assembly and disassembly procedures for the M-1 rifle. i l l l '1 i i i l l l l . V,- IOO X COLOR GUARD: Jerry Cox, Charles Besio, Johnny Miller, Freddy Campos. B I i O n Ginger Fulenwider - Sweetheart Battalion Staff: Mike Edmunds, Jerry Hill, Raymond lolisant, Charles Cannon, Jerry Attaway, John Levens, Charles Hutchinson. 5. 1 J- Staff Sergeant Edwards Thompson, squad leader, inspects rifles. Sally Soldo - Sweetheart C 0 m p a n y A Bottom Flow: Cochran, Lollar. Second Flow: Johnson, Brown, Drone, Sampson, Alley, Brown, North, Evans, Seilheimer, Smith, Parker, Burdosh, Cain Johnson. Third Row: Beitelspacher, Sadler, Bush, Fondren, Muetzenberg, Stevens, Kinsey, Richardson, Ard, Austin, Craig, Hennig, Dixon. Fourth How Dove, Windham, Gleason, Johnson, Spurr, Adams, Wampler, Davis, Bridges, Hawkins, Wingo, Jones, Arthur. Fifth How: Fiidgway. Sessom, Andrews Mills, Dobbs, Beid, Jones, Ford, Wilgy, Husch, Dorris, Warren, Anderson. Sixth Row: Fioberts, West, Norwood, Oliver, Looney, Key, Childers, Belcher Culling, Tucker, Miller, Wright. 2 p fx I 3,31 hw-5,1 . . i '. . , I' , 'KY' "" ' H" " renew- ' ff- , -we - r . ,. -,t'-itxialffi-wvvww f gy m- z- , . V-feat, 1,-,f V., -- t g m 'gg-sis'-'fzavfea-w32nl5z'z'4f" g B Qc , t . H 3, 4 r 1 , ' ' "if f - ' f.',:1"QT.h""f',,1?' -4 .,:? -yr ff .. :': 4 'Q . e P . . tm . . ', i ,Q ' V ' T 1,1 s-Q.: , .. 1, ,. ,, . 3 G Y i 41' 'tidal i : in or asr-if-at--weewwfft--Mat-W--ef. M ,A., , . .- , t. , , F it Y , Bottom Row: Gray, Glass, Floeber, Smith, Chaloupka, Windham. Second Row: Johnson, White, Kennedy, Sittlers, Malone, Cotton, Livermore, Gober, v1cNeese, Bradshaw, Feldner, Brown. Third Row: Gerron, Copeland, Donaldson, Pace, McCumbs, Whalin, Morrow, Moon, lohnson, Glasser, Owen -luguley. Fourth Row: Veit, Walder, Biship, Turner, Niehter, Tully, Johnson, Smith, Hall, Blanchette, Kirk, Leavell. Fifth Row: Lutz, Newton, Middle- Jrooks, VonBose, lanes, Powers, Visser, Grimes, Klutz, Mclntosh, Collins, Mahoney. Sixth Flow: Hendrickson, Woolf, Reynolds, Armstrong, Ford Dortch, Crews, Axley, Morris, Moore, Hofmann, Weir. Eleanor Batchelder -- Sweetheart Company B 1? ti 'e E J it ij at 7 X fn P if Sgt. Lee E. Harville explains to a freshman cadet details on the assembly of a rifle. F' 1-,X i I03 l lg. gy , J? , .' ,V v qi lp! , ' gi A, l Q , . .Y 1 1 -A - . 5: V-., i . . , , 1 9 ,.. V 1 ,' ".. 117 ' '. .,, ff .,l. . ' .!, . nm I : I ,, ,. - 3 r . - . , 1 Q - 1 0 9 , ' - nr - o Q Q . 1'- ., . fb' 7. . I I .Q '-.- -,, I O O Q . ' , I mm ,MAA 'IT , L Quill VN V' , 1' . .Nr fi an ' Y v , .Q Q J:-K A Q .1 Q Y Y I J Mei... Larry Leggett calls orders to his squad during an afternoon drill practice. Company D ttom Flow: Evans, Willeford, Skipper, Morosky, Hoaldridge, Jackson. Second How: Massey, Foley, Flainone, Algood, Sword, Bryson, Smut, Wyatt, ggett, Kithas, Robb, Charles, Estes. Third How: Klepper, Barron, Eubanks, Walling, Davis, Carter, Ansley, Evans, Crawford, Austin, Moseley, pko, Bassham. Fourth Flow: Morros, Shawver, Sheppard, Karlovetz, Stewart, Stanley, Cook, Wied, Weldon, Geiser, Roberts, Walthall, Bates. Fifth w: Clingman, Colley, Woodruff, Harris, Atchison, McFall, Salmerson, Bellamy, Martin, Satcher, Morrison, Allen, Gessel. Sixth Bow: Frazier, lame- n, Hammack, Yeckert, Parker, Clack, Wooley, Fortenberry, Thompson. Karen Marazzini - Sweetheart il: V 3 'N We Band Company members perform at the ceremony on Award's Day. Cheryl Pruitt - Sweetheart B a n d C O m p a n y Bottom Bow: Carr, Biddle, Gaines. Second Flow: Henderson, Westmoreland, Blackwell, Marques, Hammond, Bradshaw, Corbin, Smith. Third Miller, Sarratt, Webb, Futch, Aman, Gaskill, Evans, Bouffard, Fourth Flow: James, Whatley, Oyler, Holmes, Whiteright, Alderdice, Day, Gibbs. ilk, Row: Fifth Row: Wasik, Levens, Dunsworth, Hock, Hale, Cook, Strong, Halmark. Sixth Bow: Magnus, Gathings, Bower, Holmes, Brown, Hoel, Lyell, Cayce. -f-uv-1-rg Domvls it void N' ' -f 'Nl' ,ff Familiar faces to the residents of Lipscomb are Mrs. Thelma Hickey assistant dorm supervisor and Mrs. Gertrude Wehring supervisori Officers elected by the girls at Lipscomb Hall are Mary Phelps vice-president Sandy Hardin secretary- Arla lo Payne president' and y Donna Darovich, treasurer. Q l 1 l l i li l l i l l i K I ,., mx Q Q, w. ' N L F 'Mx ta X . iv is an 4 ,E A Q 4 .. Ffa' i We . A i f jr wt gk f ff , , 2 Y. 4 4 , ,R .M 1, . ., Y W' 92 V K SY it Q z .3 N sm X 55 X AI' , Q ur X , A Q + ,Nil . r Q ,Wi if ATENN X many of Lipscomb HaII's 400 residents, Friday means a trip ne for the weekend. Permission to use popcorn poppers and percolators in dormitory rooms was granted for the first time this year. Patty Sherman and Jenny Baker relax with their newly- acquired privileges. Lipscomb Hall nod and friendship are both part of life at Lipscomb for Janet Hardin, Sandy Hardin, and Gretchen Helm, Aw," 3 K VK 9 r , is-f' X wdfwfc' Lee House Lee House, an off-campus dormitory for both boys and girls, houses 190 students. 'I T3 .6 Front row: Cindy Richey, parliamentariang Dallas Snyder, social chairman, Connie Glover, reporter. Second row: Lee Barlow intramural chairman Jerri Chriswell, secretary, Lynne Easter, treasurer, lim McCoy, president. Not pictured: Robert Hale, vice-president. F . K.. Y I 'Q 9 WIT' "-5, ea iv 'izzzra' ,X ,Q ji ., -- mmm-MW W. 4 V:-XII. A Y af r ., ,, .- , , X .f' , -, , Y, .mn ' f - V . nxwnyiyu, ,,VQilQ'f"' , ffiirggi I W, I 4 QW' 2 ,I vgwff . .kt i M ? V 2 Tim.. i 3, i b r it . 5 ,Es , 5 , ,Ii i, Q- , . 'Egtf Z 1' if 'if' 3 E 5 , ' HV V 02,2 ---0 -......w. 2' A Hz,-:ig 'Y ,J W Y, -- e --I '74 il 'I , 'V Q art ., tm , dr, YK V ' f x .A Q 1, tiff! .i . 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M W' 1 Af? 42. it-1 fif,:f:V ,.. , E1Nf 'f ' fr -.2 s,.,.5Y:W::mzQ One of three men's dormitories on campus is Pachl House. achl Hall Dorm mother for Pachl is Mrs. Ozell Wright. mt row: Albert Burson, secretary-treasurerg William Garrettg lack Harperg Kennith Ellestong Clarence Babersg Paul Chatty. Second row: Russell 'rantep Scott Bradfordg Greg McDaniels, vice-presidentg Alan Hillg Mike Cunningham, president. W,-an wx Y"-w, W. , mga Wa 'Q -Warm HV . ., .. 'EE-T',, 1 I sawn, in :nr- , 1 .N :x?',w. .ha f' ' V lx 1, "5 , . I 7 ' " " ' ' 1 'sts ,':.,'5Q.g'f 3 ' t ,i , rf ,S ' . o p Q5 , I 1. A rv' ' Vf .464 Qirtvf' hir. 7. 'll naw' yt. A W ,,, I t, Q If 4 , y -41-' ' G j ., 1 1 1 I if -1 .4 if M fx ' , l W- Tr- i To 1 Z iff, '95, 4 1' .. ' - s ' ' , ' ! 'r ' QA '.i y ,Wy P . . Trinity House .M A U .,1' mlfllge 3 ' L' . 5 iilfs lil mm 335 Sluts lil iililt iialtsiiiiii X it 52 ZW? Head resident lim McClellan discusses Trinity's new college bowl trophy with Mrs. Faye D. Groves, dorm supervisor. Trinity, located on the western edge of the campus, is ASC's newest dorm. int row: Lynn Thetford, Joe Bagot, Robert Spencer, Pete Martinez, Robert Tigner. Second row: Steve Cason, James Ingram, Martin Woodruff, Paul idleton, Gary Burleson, 'David Pinson, X SIR LAS sv? HO CRARIES Q 5 :nt row: Dr. E. C. Barksdale. Second row: Juanita Ayala, treasurer, Paul ikowski, vice-president, Mary Phelps, secretary. Phi Kappa Theta With 2.5 grade point averages for 15 semester hours during the preceding semester, students are eligible for membership in Phi Kappa Theta. To retain membership, a 2.0 average must be maintained. The group attempts to promote scholastic endeavor and provide intellectual fellowship through monthly meetings and an annual ban- quet. A S100 scholarship is awarded each year to a win- ner chosen by the sponsors and the officers. Sponoring the 83 members are Dr. Anne Whaling and Dr. E. C. Barksdale. Presiding as officers are Lynette Borotf, president, Paul Sakowski, vice-president, Mary Phelps, secretary, and Juanita Ayala, treasurer. :ront row: Karen Lam, Arla lo Payne, Dulce Maria Hughes, Becky Smith, Ann Troyer, Linda Lee Maxwell, Lita Campbell, Ann Mann, Margaret Sims. Sharon Jones, Peggy Norman, Dian Mencke, Denise McCorkle. Second row: Sarah Killough, Wanda Montgomery, Carol Blount, lohn Doerr, Randy 3lake, Bill Hickman, David Peterson, William Garth Hodge, lr., Eligio Dela Cruz, lr., Ronnie Bob Whitaker, Charles E. Coldwell, lr., Ronald Darr, Larry -ewis, Norman Woodall, William H. Smith. Third row: William Milkie, lim Strawther, Bill Slusser, Barry Cremer, lon Estes, Edwin Norwood, lr., Ronald N. McGregor, Howard A. Smolleck, Bob Alford, George Squibb, Paul H. Williams, III, Ronald D. Weddell. Front row: Dr. Mo Shing Chen, sponsor, Ron McGregor, president, Tommy Green, vice-presi- dent, Dr. Calvin Barker, sponsor. Second row: Billy Nickerson, cataloguerg Rupert Emison, SGCFGIB Ty-tl'e8SUfel'. Epsilon Nu Gamma To honor outstanding engineering students and to recognize alumni who have made notable engineering achievements, Epsilon Nu Gamma was established on the precepts of Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering hon- or society. Renewing an old tradition, the group again organized the Engi- neers' Banquet. Members are selected from the top eighth of the junior engineering class and the top fifth of the senior engi- neering class. This year, 22 members joined under the leadership of Ronald W. McGregor, president, Tommy L. Green, vice-president, Rupert F. Emi- son, secretary-treasurer, and William l. Nickerson, cataloger. Sponsors for the organization are Dr. John J. Haynes, Dr. Calvin L. R. Barker, Dr. Mo Shing Chen, and Dr. Wendell H. Nedderman. Front row: Wayne D. Miller, F. L, Smith, lr., James Alvis Fowler, William Nickerson, John D. Walls, lerry M. Martin, Pierce L. Chandler, S. H. Prather. Second row: Gaylord Carlock, Roger Goolsby, Rupert Emison, Wood Cantrell, Tommy L. Green, Ronald W. McGregor. l i i l i i i i i l l i 1 l l 7 l l i X X 'ti 4 Q Front row: Neita Flenniken, Martha Wheat, Phillip Ariola, Sam D. Stevenson, Claudia Clayton, Joy Cody. Second row: Melita McGee, Miss Joyce Cochran, Linda Barr, Susan Mays, Karen Ivy. Sigma Tau Delta This year Sigma Tau Delta, the national honorary Eng- lish fraternity, is emphasizing the international aspects of learning by having professors who have studied or taught abroad speak to the club. This also accents their general purpose of promoting good writing and studying good literature. Junior and senior English majors wtih a 2.0 average are eligible for membership. Twenty-five students and 15 faculty members meet monthly for lectures and discus- sions. Sponsors for the group are Mrs. Neita Flenniken, Miss Joyce Cochran, and Dr. Margaret Wiley. Officers are Phillip Ariola, presidentg Linda Barr, vice-president, Martha Wheat, secretary-treasurer, Melita McGee, re- porter, and Faylee Gorthey, marshall. Kappa Kappa Psi Dedicated to the betterment of the ASC Rebel Band, the Delta Sigma Chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi has 27i members on roll. The national honorary band fraternity plans numerous activities each year, including coordinat- ing and supervising all band trips and tours. Each year the service organization ushers for the Arlington Concert Series Programs, the proceeds of which go to the Rebel Band Scholarship Fund. For the second year the organ- ization hosted the Six Flags Musical Festival. Jack Mahan and William Postlethwaite sponsor the band fraternity. Officers for the year are Bob Newton, presidentg Kenneth Vines, vice-presidentg Ben Christy. secretary, and Don Dixon, treasurer. Front row: Jim Whorley, Don Dixon, Kenneth Vines, Robert Newton, Ben Christy, Carrington Dixon, Don Smith, John D. Ferguson. Second row: Johnnie Carr, lr., Bob Davis, Gary Cromeens, Mike Hill, Tony Jones, Gary Wilkerson, John Levens, Ronnie Day, Jon Moody, David Michels, William F. Postle- thwaite, Third row: Phil Schenk, Skip Leslie, Glenn Marques, Bob Miller, Michael Wasik, Brad Smith, Michael Bouffard, Norman Anderton, Alan Stovall, l i l l i l i l l ,D-. ,www 1 Nm X :Qt-2 X. hh - , '54 . W v , X A L 5- v f I -, W .ZW A a my , I I , ' . ,ff Q, me 5 ' x ' x A .mf Q x -I. wk X MHS? 35 . X ' 3 Q. 4 x -" fn.. M 4., aww:- gyif,-'Swim .Q H :Q-:W ,Q ,M '-if gg 534 W fs f f, 'Q N , gk ww, M fa ,, Z, ,. . fl X 1.1 3 I :NiT,Q1'Tg-4,i in R , A I 9 'LT A ,A'A , Veg ww fn 1 ,.... ,. g ' ,Q :,k f ' 4, V , ' Nl Q, Qix f I - V ' . f . ' 1- - V, 'ak ' :Jil x . A I- L1 , f..5. 1 -- if ' uf as 1 'W . P M ,A,.. 1 I1 , I ' ff Q A ' ' gf- , Q1, f v A iii , Y A I s, ' ' 4 2 f , ' 9 Wx J Y gm M 5 ' x 2 i 3 CLUBS 'i' sg , 114 fi Q, Art Club Open to all students interested in the fine arts and the commercial arts, the Art Club this year enrolled 35 members. To earn money to build a float for the Homecoming Parade, they worked as waiters for a school ban- quet. During the spring semester, the club sold calendars featuring selected sketches to the students and held a painting and drawing sale. They also visited various local museums throughout the year. ln charge of planning the club's ac- tivities are Patricia Groody, president, Alan Smith, vice-president, Ginger Matthews, secretary-treasurer, and Sharon Copeland, special events com- mittee chairman. Rex Dyer is sponsor. Front row: Patty Groody, president. Second row: Sharon Copeland, special events chairman, Alan Smith, vice-president, Ginger Matthews, secretary- treasurer. ont row: Dee Ann Huff, Jerri Barfield, Sharon Copeland, Gay Coleman, Ginger Matthews, Charlotte Lapington, Peggy Widaman. Second row: lo Ann arsons, Charles Cervantes, Patty Groody, Flonnie Parker, Stephen Thomas, James Martin. Third row: John Miller, Alan Smith, Mr. Fiex Dyer, Jeff Sanders. X. 'M l X , A ll!! Geological Society Students can qualify for member- i ii'--Q ship in the ASC Geological Society by having a major or minor in geology, or by having an interest in the earth sciences. Thirty-five such students joined this year to promote interest in this field. Fund-raising is accomplished by preparing mineral study kits which are sold to freshman geology students. They aid Boy Scouts by helping start new troops and by helping those who are attempting to earn the Geology Merit Badge. The group also arranges field trips and lectures for themselves and for elementary, junior high, and high school clubs. During the year 4 they attended the Southwest Associa- Yn ,Q i tion of Student Geological Societies . and entered a float in the November Homecoming Parade. Beginning his first year as sponsor , for the group is Charles F. Dodge, an assistant professor of geology. Offi- cers for the year are Dave Wright, president, Butch Chambers, vice-pres- identg Arla lo Payne, secretaryg and Sydney Smith, treasurer. Professor C. F. Dodge, sponsor of the Geology Society, examines a pneumatic drill with Lauran Litton. Front row: Sidney Smith, Lauran Litton, Arla lo Payne. Second row: Dave Wright, Jimmy Richardson, Stephen Hale, lack Rader, Radford Chambers, Larry L. Young, W. D. Brown, Larry Floss. Third row: Doug Middleton, William Irving, lr., W. L. Pratt, Jr., Drew C. Gill, Professor C. F. Dodge, Steven N. Breakfield. fi i i i rorit row: David Timmons, Jerry Arden, Robert P. Scott, Katy Heisserer, Greg McDaniel, Wade Newton, lim D. Bell. Second row: B. C, Thompson W. Hardgrave, Paul Mix, Fred Tart, Raymon L. Brown, lack Lancaster, Robert Moody, Jeff L. Howard, Harvey L. Richey, Ted Heithecker. Third row lr. Nolen Massey, Truman D. Black, William Cook, Billy loe Fornero, David Peterson, lon De Koker, Robert Vander Wiel. Physics Club Students interested in physics are eligible for membership in the Physics Club, and, in addition, they may join the Student Section of the American Institute of Physics. The two groups hold their meetings concurrently and elect a common set of officers. Dr. B. C. Thompson advises the group led by Paul Mix, president, Billy Fornero, vice-presidentg David Timmons, sec- retary, and Robert Scott, treasurer. Last year the organization applied to the American Institute of Physics for a grant-award given by the Bendix Corporation, and the club continued the project this year. The 50 members also held their annual Christmas ban- quet and spring picnic. an 'WM V lf Sl fa l ff 'i fi ff ' -.. X ' cw12g'e,,5 'T ' "f A . ,...... , 451 Robert Scott and Jerry Arden operate an electron paramagnetic resonance spectrometer in the basement of the Science Hall. K 4 Front row: Charles Richard Lewis, Mr. Melvin L. Pierce, Janne Evans, Nancy Archer, William Rodriguez, Mr. David R. Falconer, Robert Sharp. Second row: Terrell Harrison, Warren M. Leffler, Steve McKoy, Mike Fannin, Scott Wheeler, John Walker. ACM Completing its second year on campus, the Association for Computing Machinery numbers 20. Membership, open to anyone, offers subscripitons to three national computer periodicals and group trips to computer installations in the area. Melvin Pierce from the Department of lndutrial Engi- neering and Dr. David Falconer from the Department of Mathematics sponsor the club. Officers are Scott Wheel- er, president, Clyde Haggard, vice-presidentg Nancy Archer, secretary-treasurer, and Janne Evans, publicity chairman. ASSSIVIE To promote fellowship and to acquaint members with the modern advances of engineering, the Arlington State Student Society of Mechanical Engineers was established in the fall of 1963. The group holds two meetings each month, arranges field trips, and sponsors a technical paper contest. Thirty-eight members are under the sponsorship of Dr. Paul Buettiker. Officers are Tom Harper, chairmang Don Sanders, vice-chairman, David Pendleton, secretaryg Billy Nickerson, treasurerg and Eddie Fritcher, sergeant- at-arms. Front row- James Fowler, James Boswell, Rodney Wilson, John Jiura, Mike Collins, Richard Duval. Second row: David Pendleton, Billy Nickerson, Roger Coolsby, Mike Cassey, Tom Harper, Harold Prather, Jack Ogdey. Don Sanders, Third row: Larry Johnson, Benny Smith, Tommy Green. Tommy McElroy, John Clock, Ron McGregor, James Fritcher, John Walls, Front row: David Fritcher, David Pendleton, John D. Walls, Rodney P. Wilson, William Nickerson, Harold Prather, Edward S. Lozano. Second row: Paul March, Bennie Smith, Larry D. Johnson, Ronald W. McGregor, Terry A. Crone, Gary H. Fry, Thomas D. Sill. Third row: Charles R. Carlisle. Wood Cantrell, R. lvl. Casey, Edward B. Fritcher, James Alvis Fowler, Donald E, Sanders. Front row: Ron McGregor, chairman, Eddie Fritcher, secretary, Second row: Richard Duval, treasurer, James Fowler, vice-chairman, Dr. Joseph Stanovsky, sponsor. SA As one of ASC's national organiza- tions, the Society of Automotive En- gineers is a technical society for stu- dents engaged in the design, con- struction, and utilization of self-pro- pelled machines, prime movers, and related equipment. This year's pro- grams included field trips to indus- tries, film meetings, and lectures by leaders in the mechanical industries. Sponsor for SAE is Dr. Joseph Stan- ovsky. Officers who head the club's activities are Ronald McGregor, chair- man, James Fowler, vice-chairmang Eddie Fritcher, secretary, and Richard Duval, treasurer. l l E l l 'fl fi ,-f-A ASCE Sponsoring a student paper con- test, a Christmas party, and a spring picnic are activities of the Civil Engi- neers Club, the campus chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Monthly meetings further their knowl- edge of the practice and ethics of the civil engineering profession. Dr. John Haynes is the faculty ad- visor for ASCE's 52 members. Offi- cers are John Reglin, president, Gary Hilliard, vice-president, Eillene Rising- er, secretary, and Hank McGinnis, treasurer. The civil engineers elected Carolyn Critz as their sweetheart. ,gm-A.. Q-1 Front row: Gary Hilliard, vice-president, Eillene Risinger, secretary, Henry McGinnis, treasurer. Second row: Dr. John J. Haynes, sponsorg John Reglin, president. l26 Front row: Albert L, Wallis, Joe Morgan, Gary W. Basham, James Moore, Eillene Risinger, Murray Huffman, Hank McGinnis, Gary Gilliard. Second row: Dr. John J. Haynes, Worman Corbitt, Joe V. Milliorn, David Johnson, Ray Moore, Joe Skelton, Buddy Reed, Roland Fuerster, Ronald C. McNeme, Edwin B. Norwood, Jr., John F. Reglin, Third row: Charles Duncan, Damon L. Watkins, Gary K. Trietsch, Clifford E. Johnson, Jr., Brad Smith, Ty Rudd, Robert L, Cagley. Fourth row: Bill Howard, Charles Rogers, Glenn Smith, Robbis Mardis, Gene Worrell, Joe Chapman. :nt row: Greg Connally, Morris Narunsky, Eddie Warren, Vivian Bauer, David Blair, Terry McCreary. Second row: Larry Oliver, Ronny Taylor, Davld terson, Charles T. Powers, Bill Freeman, Frank Moeller, Carl F. Busbee. Zircle K As a branch of Kiwanis International, Circle K is an ganization for young men on campuses in all 50 states :l in Canada. At Christmas the group instituted a "Toys Tots" program to repair toys for an orphanage. Sweetheart for the 14 members is Vivian Bauer. Elwood eiss and Eddie Warren are sponsors, working with 'ry Oliver, president, Terry McCreary, vice-president, eg Connally, secretary, and Bill Freeman, treasurer. Iding positions off-campus are Terry McCreary, re- lnal lieutenant governor, and Morris Narunsky, district :ording secretary. Amateur Rad o Club Sending and receiving messages for the Fort Worth- Dallas area about health, safety, and other matters is one of the activities of the Amateur Radio Club. The group, numbering 17, has the opportunity to use the equipment in the old drawing building in the Engineering Technology Laboratory. Club members have the chance to learn to use the complex transmitters and earn their operator's licenses. Officers elected this year are Eugene lurajda, presi- dent, Don Douglas, vice-president, and John l-loskins, secretary-treasurer. Joe Spradlin is the faculty advisor, and Robert Lunday serves as station trustee. int Row: Sheila Reifle, Ronald Douglas, Sandy Frank, Jerry Winfield, Earl Bradley, Lawrence W. Bradford, Joe D. Spradlin. Second Row: Henry Kinney, Bob Lunday, Gary Coplin, Dale Scott, John Hoskins, William Leon Wernly, Eugene Jurajda. i l l l Front row: Cheryl Smith, Susan Price, Mary Weadon, Michele Dubic, John Jones. Second row: Barbara Getts, Carol McCarthy, Patty Bauguss, Gland Crawford, Judy Klostuman, Mary Sue Miller, Mrs. Jo Chrisman. Secretarial Society To help increase speed in shorthand and typing, the Secretarial Society established a lab on Thursday after- noons and opened its services to anyone. Membership is limited to secretarial majors with a 1.0 average. Fifteen joined the club this year. Three meetings are held each month, and secretaries frequently speak to the group. Beau for the organization is John Jones, the president of APO. Miss Barbara Getts and Mrs. Jo Chrisman spon- sor the girls, and the officers are Mary Weadon, presi- dent, Cheryl Smith, vice-president, Michele Dubic, sec- retary: and Susan Price, treasurer. AIAA Completing its third year, the American Institute c Aeronautics and Astronautics numbers 36. To encouragi interested students, the group meets twice monthly fc discussions and lectures by speakers from area indus. tries, such as Larry Patton from General Dynamics. Film on the Gemini flights were shown at the Decembe meeting. Dr. Jack E. Fairchild sponsors the club, which electe- Suzanne Chenowth as its sweetheart. Heading the or ganization are Troy Carter, presidentg Pierce Chandlei vice-president, Penny Carlisle, secretary, Joel Cantrel treasurer, and Jim Justice, parliamentarian. Front row: Dr. Jack E. Fairchild, Pierce Chandler, Penny Lee Carlisle, Suzanne Chenowth, Margaret Kantz, Troy Carter, Wood Cantrell. Second row: Morris Narunsky, Toby Davis, Bob Hicks, Ronald Young, John Parsa, Edward Ball. Third row: James Fowler, George Sparling, Mike Cassey, Don Snodgrass, Richard Jones, Jim Justice, Doug Hance. 1. 'Y "N QP fs. QQ "7" nt row: Sandy Rourke, Helen Cochran, Sallie Worley, Linda Dempsey, secretary, Marieluise Baur, Kathy Skaggo, Loren Hart. Second row: Maitre .rmes D. Pnevot, William R. Brazzil, sponsor, Larry Ross, Charles Duncan, sergeant-at-arms, David Gr Broyles, presidentg Uli Baur, Roger Town id, treasurerg Larry Gardner. encing Club Young Republicans Barely one year ago, the Rebel Fencing Society was ablished. The group now has 20 members and holds ekly meetings. This year they hosted two tournaments the Amateur Fencing League of America, sent teams collegiate tournaments, and met for lessons on Mon- ! nights. Nilliam Brazzil is the sponsor. Membership-, open to all dents and faculty members, is overseen by David Jyles, president, Linda Dempsey, secretary, Roger zvnsend, treasurer, and Charles Duncan, sergeant-at- ns. Just before Thanksgiving the Young Republicans be- came an official club on the ASC campus. The group of politically-minded students meets every Wednesday at 7 a.m. in the Lee Jackson suite under the sponsorship of Dr. Glen Rodgers. In November they entered a float in the Homecoming parade. Activities are organized under the leadership of Reed Hunt, chairmang John Rodgers, vice-chairman, Judy Proc- ter, recording secretary, Kay Von Hagel, corresponding secretary, and Pat Will, treasurer. nt row: Kathy Gibbs, Mary Ellen Venturi, Marien Schwind, Connie Allen, Sherra Rayfield, Jamie Hobbs, Evelyn Hodges. Second row: Pat Will fe McNely, Rusty Russell, Jim Justice, Stephen Hunt, Billy Floyd, Hilton Robinson, Henry Crouch, Reed Hunt, Judy Procter. Third row: Byron iondson, Bill Freeman, Richard Brin, Howard Daniels, Glen Rodgers, Dickie Thomas. A- a Wim, -X 0 I 'yn' 6 X S x K Q O 9 af' - X ' ' Q 1,5834 , W: Q vi' qv if Q5 MQ 3? 411' T 1 N , 'K ff, Q K .R X 43. aiu 1 f ' :::A , F 4 J " ' x Q ........v- ...W N y anjgfrx- X U .. , . YQ X 30' Q,33.17fw 'I U 'i - Y Y .4 V. +7 'W 51 7.7 if i' A P 'Of'-b Q. A , ' M' -ma A Q . x Xu-'Wim .W auf Ny ' Q, .QA - f . N K Z4-5. 6 ku E ,S ' g at MQ .rg ' 1' I.-4533 lxx .M ,gh iniw 'gdb isaaii '23, Fw- ?? V1 Q" X 'f'ff7!5" 9.5 1 ,ang . 4- J. ,1 ,A 10,5 . F ,,v' f' 2 4 , 4 1, VI' ' , x ' x 'bw A r 'T if . f' 2' ' V 45,432 . A 1 I, 'F X 6:1 6' , ,:. I if pw .. N, 1,1 ,I 5 gg 5 I I W NN xv -3 Q W Q W Y 5 V X 1 Q tk , , ,,,, -mf , A , A. ,I 1, , , V, V ' ' ' .' , , , V ' ' ' Q J n ff - . - ' ' - . f , , . k ' ' I ,-.- l l Architecture Society' After 15 years on campus, the ASC Architecture 1 Society has 75 architecture majors who are members. 9 The group sponsored a Christmas dance and acted if as hosts at the Texas Society of Architects in Fort Worth at the Texas Hotel. Four delegates attended li the Student Architectural Forum in Washington, D. C. ll l l il Sweetheart for the architects is Beverly Dunn, and l sponsors are George Shupee and Edward Kemp. Officers are Ronnie Weddell, presidentg and, as vice- presidents, William Austin, programs, Ray Morrison, membership, R. L. Hauk, social, Mike lmes, treasurer, l and Lee Ann Zacha, secretary. . T FFFF l l l . i r l 1 1 l Front row: Bill Mecay, Roger Powell, Jerry Oates, Eddie Free, Herb Ingram, Robert Preddy, Harry H. McClendon, T. Richard Corkery, Randy Blanks, Lewis Harding. Second row: Bill Hardage, Edward Rose, Eric Dalton, Kenneth Sims, Phil Watson, Chris Nix, Stuart Kuehl, Jimmy Fallis, Robert B. Grumbling. Front row: Steve Scudder, William Epps, Lee Anne Zacha, Dick Dabney, Frank Mills, Randy Busby, lim Atkins. Second row: Wayland Threadrl- lerry Gregory, loseph Harrell, Bob Drake, Randy Harrison, Reginald D. Smith, Arthur L. Adams, Ron C. Brooks. Third row: William K. Houp, Killisl Almond, Kent Williams, Bill Dickson, Robert S. Tedford, Michael A. White, John W. Riddle, James D. Dixson, H. D. Patterson. L '- Q. , if X, nw aw K K 1 b 1 gf! Q, wg, f. xy, , ,,g, Q- M, .WAQ f 'Q . . Q Ag ,Af '. fmt' f 1 Q 9555 gg -.3, 'fm V i , 'QQ Q2 X Y ,- 'Vff 7' . gfgf KTGL J, u. 31: Em' 42,5 2 X? ' xv 0' Y' 3' :A f ff . K ,, 2 Qs 1 MX.. , Q , 9 K, . -aa -Q. by mg U J 5 K K " . , 5 , f N- Y x f, , - y Q 'mf x .N H , - P . . +-:- -. , , .- 'A ' gr X fx " ' -. if ' Xa Q, A ' w i f ' ' - ""' -Q w , 'f:iQ?-730 ' ' ' " Ja- W1' 5 ', lx ffl , ' 'N , Mimi A ' Jil? ' - ' "' H A , 5, Q-'W Q, f 1 -X . 1 Q 'f' Ng , ' , ' ' Q .U f I my , L . .S ., x, ,, xfiggfy i Q ay.. 54. - - ' f , 'W ,Q as .9 . 1 f ' VAS" vw? 4' Q ,7.3,,, H I-1 A .. I 4 I f - f ' ' , A 1 4 EEZ' -. A QQ QV 7 04 Fr' 4 S i P 14- ' - k . ' X- .'.,, " Q '3 ' '.. ypx. V N: f 'f' ' x' ' 'P ' -,Q M A X ,271 V . , gf ., ,f A , . Q - .. L , if '- - ' , xx 'I ' C '. y 1. ' X , ",.f' ,X w x , i ,LA, ,N , X . W A X q' ff S x , 11131, 2 n , . 3-W: Q 1' I s , M 1 N 7, 3 I X X - ' A I A A A. X f . I 1 1 5, ,. Y is- rf., ' . C n i 'V ' " S' , gig, V ,A 1 1--nn-uf Vaqueros When a saddle is hung from the tree in front ofthe student union building on Thursday, the students know that Vacqueros will hold a meeting the follow- ing day. Vaqueros, the western club on campus, now has 30 members who try to promote activities with a western theme. Throughout the year they participate in match rodeos with other colleges in the state, including East Texas and Abilene Christian. In November they sponsor Fun Day at the Arlington Saddle Club Arena, and in the spring they hold Wetsern Day and the All College Bodeo for the campus and sponsor a West- ern Dance. Charles M. Eller and W. A. Turner sponsor the organization, and its officers are Bobby Lewis, presi- dentg Jimmy Greer and Dennis Hunt, vice-presidents, Gloria Campbell, secretary, Sharon Lewis, treasurer, Earl Landry, sergeant-at-arms, and James Guenzel, publicity director, Sitting: Bobby Lewis, president. Standing: Sharon Lewis. treasurer James Guenzel, publicity director, Front row Eddie Hurst Phil Johnson Earl Landry Trinka Rucker Susan Gantg Gloria Campbell, secretary: Karen Pollardp Kenny Hollarzjdg Daggi Mindrup Jimmy Greer Second row Tommy OKelIey James Guenzel publicity director, Dennis Hunt, vice-president, Bobby Lewis, pres: ent i 1 XHX , . W, . , Ak. 4 Nh: , X xaf b f .gg k.v:f.4ii 1 'ww x ws 4 x Q . fury 5 l av, N1 N L 223: ,.!,,4 nz vii' 7'-F, V' J r 'i S I if X . Q 'CA K.,. V v 4.1 . Z: 'z'4"f'2 HA ,V s' 5 f ' ag, , w-Qld! f . , , ,fn 1-iiffhi' J . A A,,, , W - I Y I ,.' , V V,, X, ' 1 ,.. , , f . Pre-Lw Club Future lawyers seeking information and guidance in their chosen profession compose the 30-member Pre-Law Club. Participation in the organization ac- quaints members with the various aspects of the law profession and often helps them decide whether or not to make law their career. Moot courts were again held this year as members staged hypothetical cases to be considered in mock trials. The group also met with the Arlington Bar December 7 and took a field trip to the SMU Law School. Among the speakers invited to speak at their meetings was Frank Coffey. Officers are Paul Sakowski, presidentg Helen Coch- ran, secretaryg and Delbert Bradshaw, treasurer. C. D. Richards and Donald Cantwell are co-sponsors of the group. Front row: Helen Cochran, secretary, Paul Sakowski, president. Second row: Donald W. Cantwell, co-sponsor, Delbert R. Bradshaw. treasurer. Front row Michael S. Johnston, Cathie Sue Wincovitch, Michael 1. Rogers Bernard P Long Second row David M Hancock Kris L Landrith Robert Jenkins, lr., Robert Flaherty, Gary Cumbie. FINE ARTS . N.,- 71: ' A W-. ' J ' 7x1"f"K . f ,-WL' 'N' " '17 x in . : .ysuv A ..J .pq ,, , M, . sl -.ff AQ, fa' :QQ 4. . Q." Al ity' " QS ' ' fling: '5.agFa", 4212751 fp . ,,...,4, Af .. ,, Mgkhlng Band Concert Band -, .f JL n 9 llarching, Lab, Concert Bands Daily practice and frequent re- aarsals prepare the 22-member Lab and for various competitions and arformances. Directed by Dan Burk- Jlder, the group played at the April :age Band Festival at the Wm. Ed- wgton Scott Theatre and participated events at TCU, NTSU, and TWC. ally Soldo is vocalist for the Lab and. Many boys in the group play 'ofessionally in local combos and lchestras. Three drum majors, five twirlers, id 105 marchers compose the ASC ebel Band. The band performs dur- g half-time at all home games and is year traveled to Beaumont for the imar Tech game. The Marching Band ive a Christmas concert December at the Theatre and sponsored a :holarship Awards Concert in the iring. lack Mahan directs the group, id W. F. Postlewaite assists him. -ading the band are Johnnie Carr, um major, and Bob Newton and ilton Strong, assistant drum majors. e five majorettes are Terrina Flush, ida MacDonald, Karen Pollard, andy Caffey, and Cheryl Ferguson. To interest prospective students in SC, the Concert Band, composed of 2 members of the Marching Band, Jrs high schools during the spring. ' auditioning during the year, mem- rs earn chairs and form a Sym- onic Band. Lab Band I, I1 M T' Lab Band members practice for an upcoming concert A Capella Choir Holiday Singers All types of music are performed by the 60-member A Capella Choir and the 20 Holiday Singers selected from its members. Beginning his first year as director is Gary Ebensberger, who transferred from Howard County lunior College. All students are eligi- ble to audition. For the holiday season, the A Capella Choir sang at area churches, held a Christmas concert, and pre- sented a Yuletide program in the Stu- dent Center. They also sang at the Texas Hotel for the Fort Worth Na- tional Bank Christmas Dinner. ln the spring, the choir tours the state, sing- ing for high schools and other groups. Elizabeth Hawks accompanies the choir. With Rush Robinson as pianist, the Holiday Singers specialize in popular music. They performed for the Cam- pus Canto, the Homecoming Review, the ASC Faculty Women's Club, the Arlington VVomen's Club, and the Ex- ecutive Dinner Club at the Dallas Country Club. Composing the Holiday Girls' Trio are Mary lane Dietz, Chris- tine Rutherford, and Connie Glover. Mr. Gary Ebensberger directs both the A Capella Choir and the Holiday Singers. A Capella Choir N! , Holiday Singers practice to the accompaniment of Rush Robinson. indie? DC Holiday Singers 2 V," NN-. F1 i .,,. X N... ,if Bondey Mays as Tartuffe makes a pass at Elmire, played by Sharon Terrill. Valere fTom Cardnerj declares his love to Marianne fPatty Blakej in the highly dramatic Tartuffe. has a H aw Front row: Patsy Gregor, Brenda Callaway, Cindy Hodges, Sharon Terrill, Pam Burgess, Bonna Barton, Second row: Carol Neilson, Lorraine Johnson. Susan Hoyerstadt, Linda Ware, Ann Armstrong, Carol Holder, leri Mahan, Charlotte Biagiotti, Diane Weinstock. Back row: Thom Gamble, Howard Wal- drop, Philip Cook, James Klutz, Lonnie lvie, Robert McGill, James Baker. i 4 . 3515, 41 2 . ... ii-as 1a.'-.gii'vxsJY.t' x Q J i X f Ti 'af' uw Q L it gt' ,, pan:-a h Sign agar W 6 ,, . Aww ' 'J T ' 'z ,Q ' ' ' Q, '- V. rs Q lx ' 'A ii A :qi Q ,-i n gf . . it fs J fl eww 2 " 'Vic 1 - qfn n mw ,Al ,Ft t , -in , Q s., Q f, , 1. i 9 X 1 . 'Q , J f .. , ,. 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Students who assumed roles in the pro- duction were John Martin as Orgon, Bon- dey Mays as Tarturfe, Sharon Terrill as Elmire, Jerry Rossing as Damis, Patty Blade as Marianne, Wanda Madding as Dorine, Randle Garner as Cleante, Ruby Rivers as Madame Pernelle, Tom Mahar as Loyal, Lonnie lvie, as the policeman, Diane Winestock as Flipote, and Tim Gardner as Valere. John Martin and Wanda Madding rehearse a scene from the Little Theatre's produc- tion of "Tartuf'fe." low 1: Terry Viegas, Vicky von Bose, Trudy Taylor, Suzie McNatt, Wanda Madding, Karen Pollard, Ruby Rivers, Bette Bronstod, Lorraine Johnson low 2: Charles Adawse, Dana L. Rittiman, Sherry Norris, Myra Livingston, Bonnie Bartren, Debbie Russell, Ann Armstrong, Barbie Kusman, Chuck Ia 'resti Row 3: James Ezell, David Peterson, Manny Castillo, Larry Rock Webb, Lewis Jordan, Tom Maher, Jimmy Wrenn, John T. Martin, Mike Raskin Jill Crump. - '12 V We X, J 'Q wi 5' .IL egg' , dz, ' ' ' r - , A , F - ,- t'?1A..mu,wiQ-.f..,. 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The rules state that each organization may sponsor two candidates. Ballots this fall named 25 women and 16 men candidates for Favorite. I, I lgihg 'tiniest hit if f 1--af to S 154' V git tif te .Q Q' :L ---v X Q 1 " ' ' f 31-1 'P tt , If S+ i Q. ,, ,-...,.,, A W., , ery Cindy Roberts Susan Gant no O i v.1' -yfvfrff 1' ' .4 5:11 5",.'-g-if--:ll,,4l.:glYH" ,i Hx"'f x-'ii l., a e S 4- -- C- o 1""'1?,-ff"'w wk' Q A ' ' H 1' U: . 1 'yunf 'gil' K gi I! ' I ig-xiq'-Iliff Qiiihlfl x Wiiyi-xA"Efx'!.g5 - 4? 2' 'itf-'..C'lq ',9,jt,'. A. :lf . j J , ' Wg: if Q' ."'?Q 'f f' X 54, ,X QVZI' M A- 'V- A ' 1 ax,-.2,,f ,Ma ta W 'Mi-3 Xia 'T 1,1 I. 3 ,uw 1-lf' , ,, ,A 3 wifm, 5 :sf "?'f,ie'AAzv-.KV A xv ,- X o A 3150 o we '33 W-fxf' -A+ --fw.zf. as' A i ' 'JZ , E N Q fd L' tj xl Q 5' if V if - H, 1' A N I ! Ii is el I L--' if Q, yn vxtdaf '21-7g,,...n.-. , . I. ..-f", Joey Sandifer ,, ,AZ '- ,,,,w . 5 ,. ,K y ' flew .F Aw' ,so w, L ", 31-,Nw 1, 'L 'fl -oi-. ,..- 'XHQA ',".. 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Selection of candidates is based on high scholastic average and proven ability in the major subject. Nao' F .,f""v "'t""""'v- XM, Top left: William Garth l-lodge, lr., Architecture, Top right: Denis Byron Wilson, Electrical Tech- nology. Above left: Kenneth Wayne Fliza, Mechanical Technology. Above right: Larry Flay Carlock, Aeronautical Technology. Across left: lohn F. Fleglin, Civil Engineering. Across right: Ronald VV, McGregor, Mechanical Engineering. I 1,15 Z' 9' iius Q5 lllgfpl , w 71 ,fi i A , -1 'P I I 5 I ...f-"" f ,sg . A Top left: Macnee! Barnes, Geology. Top nghre Paul L, Mxx, Physncs, Blgnt' Donald Lynn Jernigan, Chemistry. Below lefty Dayud Bedd, Mathematucs Below rvght: Ken Rogers Smith, Biology - 5 tr P' li' S W' Top left: Richard Galliher, Art. Top right: Judi Dunnihoo, Journalism, Flight: Martha Wheat, English, Below left: Weldon Lee Turner, Education. Below right: Benjamin Christy, Music: 13' ll li 5-fhwfa-, ,Qs iffhf ' LK .a:.te:,v, ll Yvkuhtlm my W LW ,.,. ii 'FIM :vw NX l l YLQL-55,5 'f7Sf':' 'U 1 '51-35 49--,,.... --" 'fs fw- 'E Wwqw fn-l-:TV7 'M Top: Guy Colby, l-listoryg Karin lVloAllster, Psychology: Suzanne Justice, Philosophy .,, -+L German. Bottom: Randy Blake, 'S l v l 'opz Sharon Davis, Speech: Ruth Ann Hosey, Sociology. Flight Dulce Maria Hughes, Spanish, Bottom left: Jerry Don Courtney, Hovernment. Bottom right: Peggy Sue Norman, French-Russian 5? tlwllwill Il ll' lltl lwr' l at-'N 'N ,A---rx WN X18 ,vw ll? 'S 'iw' 41, ,W L I'22t.33f wc, . wah-siwf is nlggrkk- 3,4 A . ,-.ff J I Y , ex X i- l Top left: Betty I.. Slaton, Economics. Top right: Boriaid Miles Canter, Busi ness Administration. Bottom left: William Nevius. Accounting. Bottom right Vickie Sue Elbert, Secretarial Administration mfg? tim' QQ!! vi as ..,-,-v. ln. ' NES-- 'HU -r""" V , , .: .nl -,......1lvf2 1 f A +hfg:,,, ,TW V ,J .W , ii, V lr., L 4 '. ' in 2,2 - i ., :X . fx 'Q . , , i , W ,, ' - ' I w. wi rl' m 1 it YJ 5 d is 1 r . . . .AM 1' 4 Q ,- 1 ,, f " . -M ,,, 4, , , is Patti Kalan and loey Sandifer are both ecstatic as she is announced Miss Dixie Belle during l " ' " ' R Patty Kalan Assumes Miss Dixie Belle Role During the Homecoming half-time activities, four Miss Dixie Belle finalists were escorted onto the field to hear the results of the fall elections held three weeks before. The finalists were Sally Soldo, a junior from Dallas, Patty Kalan, Susie Wine, and Vivian Bauer, all sophomores from Arlington. As tension mounted in each girl, the inter-com system revealed the winner to be Miss Patty Kalan, a physical e-duca- tion major. As Miss Dixie Belle, Patty joined Miss ASC and Johnny Reb in their role as official hosts for campus functions. Patty Kalan, who is a Les Choisies Pledge Trainer, succeeded an ex-sorority sister, Bobbie Ragatz, also a Pledge Trainer. Patty has served ASC on the Special Events Com- mittee and as a Rebel Rouser. She was elected cheerleader by the student body last spring and served in that position this year. .jtlfis at' xt 5309 3245 P .. Bob Diem, Patty's fiance, distracts her from her studies. Cheerleader Patty tries to raise Rebel spirit at a football game. Q tx 1 'fix N ,Q . . , db N- ' . .fy Q 5 in N " 153' 5 S73 ,, l I if 'Q .A if Q A 'f ., S , 5 ' 1 X ,F Q. - f 'L . wg, 3 Q I 5 Q 'ff 3 Q W- f Q ' P' - 'W . 3 0 4' 2 A .k 3 5 3 Q i "Gigli 'IAQ L ' S X +3 '- -X f 7 5 3 a A N, M H A i , 1 5 P W f it We - Xdgk '. fy-J 'H mlfu-Qd, 'QQ Q Ax . ,, f , .ff F'N-3' f . ,. UPS : I lf . :i' 7 , 5 ' N -. tx s if . ug. is ' I ' hx . '...v X k X X. v , ,T 1 tstivi t R V . 'Q f A , lr . K, Q -L, Q . U I V. sm k.Ak Q' gx W .. .K , 4 -. :W f1 5 N ' - M f ' ...Q XM A t:i 1 : , , ' I ' . Q I kf"' 21: , ', R .' ' . a ' ' fl fgi' , .Na , -fp, ww . al QL '. , , 0 - A . ,Q -af as 4, . .fiv . 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Rusty's spirit and friendliness aid him in his daily role as the official representative for ASC. Aside from his duties as the escort of Miss ASC at school functions and Miss Dixie Belle at Homecoming, and his duties as the symbol of ASC's Rebel spirit, the Arlington junior is involved in many other campus activities. As a freshman, Rusty served on the R.E.D. Com- mittee of Student Govern-ment and presided as chair- man over the S.O.S. Committee during the Amend- ment I proposal. He served on both the Campus Committee and the Communications Committee as a junior. Rusty was a Student Government represen- tative for two consecutive years. This year Rusty is chairman of a special Student Government sub-committee organized to "find a Rebel theme." He is a Rebel Rouser and a member of the Board on Student Organization. Johnny Reb is also beau for Karuso Pteros Sorority. A govern- ment major, Rusty worked for two years to organize the ASC Young Republicans Club. 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With this title comes many re- sponsibilities which require both poise and person- ality. As official hostess for Arlington State at dele- gated functions, Miss ASC speaks to freshmen at their clinic and welcomes them to the Freshman Assembly. Mary's first duty as Miss ASC was to present the awards at the Southland Spring Sports Festival. Her Homecoming duties include attending the receptions for the parade officials and the Ex-Studen-ts' Recep- tion. Mary also welcomed guests to the All College Union Conference. As a freshman, Mary served on the Fine Arts Com- mittee and was elected as a Student Government repre-sentative in the spring elections. She was sec- retary of the Art Club during her sophomore year, following a summer of volunteer work at the Fort Worth Flehabilitation Center. Added to the honor of being Miss ASC, Mary was also a '66 Favorite and was presented as queen of the first Tri-Chi party on Oct. 1. 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This group leads the student body in yells at pep rallies and athletic events. Stimulating Flebel support this year are Cindi Coulson, Patti Kalan, Sally Soldo, Susan Wine, David Bowman, George Garrett, Freddie Jones, and David Watson. Susan Wine I "TIM V51 UM. V 'wefttfialfwml A N xl stef, - -' 'A T' Xrmrxe- veevmsi v N ,K Q' .1 " FODTBALL 'T-:TN f of ? .-, i 9 et 4 XM X , Y kit vg X 1' '1' Rebel co-captains Bernie Stewart and Kenneth Ozee. fh ft ink, ...af d"'s Head Coach Burley Bearden fsittingj and assistants Charlie Qualls, Charlie Key, and ludd Ramsey. Football Fever Opens Autumn Th-e Arlington State Rebel football team enjoyed its finest senior college football season in 1966, and its 6-4 record was deceiving. Three of those losses came to major college powers-East Texas State, New Mexico State, and Texas West- ern- and the final loss was to Lamar Tech, rated number nine in small col- lege polls. The Rebs finished the season rated number 10. Coach Burley Bearden was named Southland Conference Coach of the Year and senior co-captain Ken Ozee was honored as Defensive Player of the Year and first team little All- America. Along with Ozee, seniors Mike Barnes, Melvin Witt, and Bob Diem, and junior Robert Willbanks and sophomore Ken Riley were named to the all-conference team. Senior defensive tackle Jesse Carpenter watches a Rebel defeat from the side lines Junior back Raymond Matthews C271 breaks loose on a punt return. West Texas Wins 38-6 In Season's First Game Arlington State's inexperienced- young Rebels opened the 1966 football season with a trip to Can- yon, Texas, on September 17. The trip really wasn't worth it, though, as the Buffaloes of West Texas State shocked the Rebs 38-6. The Buffs racked up 557 yards against at young ASC defense that found out the hard way college football is a big boy's game, and that its lessons are often learned the hard way. The only Rebel score came late in the first half when sophomore quarterback Carl Williams passed to wingback Raymond Matthews on a 12-yard play. Pleasant surprises in this opening game disaster were freshmen Skipper Butler from Gladewater and Danny Griffin from Cleburne. Butler punted eight times for a fantastic 47.8 yard per kick average, while Griffin, a 200-pound fullback, was the leading rusher with 53 yards in 11 attempts. Ronny Young C821 makes one of his record-breaking catches Ronnie Faulkner Dennie Hunt Mike Baylor Fred Doerr . New Mexico State Defeats ASC, 23-10 The Rebels showed vast improvement September 24 against the New Mexico State Aggies. NMSU won 23-10, but in reality the game was much closer. "With the exception of two plays," said defensive back coach ludd Ramsey, "our kids played about as good a defensive game as you could expect." Those two plays, an errant pass by Carl Williams and a breakaway 79-yard run by Aggie star lim Bohl. provided the two NMSU scores which made the difference. Midway through the first period, the Rebs covered an Aggie fumble four yards from the goal and scored on a Williams-to-Jimmy Thomas pass to tie the game. Then with 1:33 left in that period, Skipper Butler kicked a 37-yard field goal and the Rebs had their first lead of the year, 10-7. Bohl made his long run to set up a New Mexico score. The Aggies scored two more touchdowns and a safety on a fumbled kick-off to ice the game. "i Sidelined Rebels spur their teammates on with shouted advice, lebs warm up prior to NMSU-ASC clash. Keith Luft Ronnie Tufts Charles Soladay Raymond Matthews i u ' :jf ' T ' ,,,, 'T Q 4 -9 Q v Y i 1 Q g I 4 1 . Nga ni 1 ff Q'-f Y' " X A v x -- -" N. ' . , 11' -- If 'I f X vi . .T N- . I' X1 f A 2 - k . , X ,. f 4 H ,I-X W , . , :Wr- , X . L- -were ' , - r be ,M ,, . - 1.3:-T. -v ,f -ff ' ,M-ff"i 1 iw 2 ,ff-. 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ASC totaled 457 yards offense for a n-ew schoo record, while a fast-improving defense held the Lions to 228 yards. Some of the defensive standouts were Ken Ozee Jesse Carpenter, Melvin Witt, Robert Willba-nks, Jin Sheridan, Robert Overton, and Mon-ty Tolleson. Danny Griffin lim Marcum qv!! . . Y .. V , W , ' 'M 'Nw--.QV VV 4. 'ff -' ' ff 537' '727Y3?f45fV','I' -- XV Y if 1 is V NN is f X - ji. 'beef' we - Y 1- i ta t i Q 75 i 2 K 'v at WMM . X - V J I N 1 ,ity ' f wg, V45 :H W xQ,f,f' r , i , Q i flip H as 'V i ,Q ' sk , is it Y 1, .TX -iff 'nw f' - Y M ' R ' -, -, ' VX . tl X ,,j1j WF 4 if tn- X Vs, Ng -WU ' f ' EB- Jim , ., -Z ' ' 581 - x , Asn 35,55 ' 'J ' -, , NV j , , Q Wy ,. , i A , xi I 54 xx ' -X Vp,-fi xxx' -, ,, V ,e Y 4 Q QQ. .:V- V V 1 l, ' I if 918 i ' i - K ' - 'VZ-Q Qt' NN . . 'W 'Luiz'-t21 g4fj,:ggQ "ri . ' X A f - , " ' V x 1 jg, K ' Q' Xi 'X - cb , , ., , - ,K i I ' 1 , X X , , - g, Y I+ , X N , ' ' E -1. """ . 5 l ,f 5 I ' . , 1 i Q f I - 3 ax fzsfs' . :.. - . 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' ' uw '- ' '- ' i',f'A'l if 'Aalf-VV 'W' Var f ' ' m v 31' . f. 64. . - 2 :S ' i 'V ' V ' ,, 1- , -' V' 'V, V pt- '- -' ' V, 1' I I ., A-St' IM,-V ,,,,:,ia , m..,i.LV ' -' - " ' Robert Willbanks Richard Norwood Jarterback Carl Williams finds the going rough in action against McNeese Cate. efensive end Weldon Grisham pounces on a McNeese tumble. Bobby Utley Robert Overton Rebs Blank Lions In Home Game On Oct. 8, ASC shut out McNeese State of Lake Charles, La. 20-0. Carl Williams started it all in the first quarter with a one-yard run around right end. Other scoring came on a three-yard pass from Mike Baylor to Jimmy Thomas and two field goals by Skipper Butler. An estimated crowd of 8,000 looked on as the Bebels put on another superb defensive show, limit- ing McNeese to 211 yards total offense and inter- cepting five passes. Meanwhile, the Bebels racked up 346 yards, 295 on the ground, and 20 first downs to leave no doubt about the outcome. Defensively Ken Ozee, Jesse Carpenter, Bobert Willbanks, Mike Barnes and Bonnie Tufts turned in stellar performances to lead the ASC charge. l an .Rfza,WIBMlS W 1 gf s l x f 2 F A -jfil' , ' S' ' 1 2-. if iz M , if at as . ' :sf EV . H V if v Q 1 lg. 11 ' x .rf ,f we W XX K Zffi 5. I P 1 ix lx 1 A 1 312- 5, v iQ,fi3,,N,W.T 4, 1 , A K ' ,V1 ' ' . ,un-Ag me Q ,. ,, T. , ' J ,QZ'96'a ' . 'f gif' A 'gif i - ' - ' ' in ,.. ' 'i-:ff , 1 V - -new ' .,A ' :1 -f . ' 2' , riff, ff' ti ,f.,.f.,, ,.. , ar , 3 . . K Q! if .2 L e we I r 2 1 , . 1 A' 1 r z 'J' ul . ' 1 .1 -, 5 , y A -it W, A 'I .1 , ,A - .lduf M 3- .U 5, .,,. K hh 1 . .. .-, Tr-s. V Q 'rf-f5'i!43R4Q3f-35'3ytN'Q--1.gI.-.:4.:. up Jerry McLaughlin Bernie Stewart Monty Tolleson George Medlin VV ss, , Coach Burley Bearden is engrossed inthe game, Miners Whip Rebs 68-21 in El Paso Against Texas Western College, The University of Texas at EI Paso, ASC lost 68-21 to suffer their worst defeat in history. Raymond Matthews ran 69 yards for the first score early in the game, but then the potent Miners flashed their speed and racked up 68 straight points before Mike Baylor scored twice in the closing minutes. The Rebs were unable to contain the passing of Billy Stevens, one of the nation's highest rated passers, who connected for 492 yards in the air. Scoring by quarters for the Miners was 17, 28, 14, and 14, and Texas Western picked up 24 first downs to six for the Rebs. Keith Luft follows the path opened by his blockers ASC Tops Trinity In SLC Opener ASC beat the Trinity Tigers 20-7 in a close-fought Southland Conference game at Memorial Stadium Oct. 22. Defense was once again the key as the Rebels in- tercepted three passes and recovered three Tiger fumbles. Defensive leaders were Ken Ozee with 12 tackles and David Miller with ll. Others doing out- standing jobs were Jesse Carpenter, Melvin Witt and Monty Tolleson. Offensively, Skipper Butler kicked two second quarter field goals to provide a 6-O halftime lead for the Flebs. ln the third quarter, Keith Luft blasted over from one yard out and in the final period Jimmy Thomas caught a seven-yard touchdown pass from Mike Bay- lor for the final score. Trinity scored in the closing minutes on a seven- yard pass from Donnie Witwiski to Earl Eason. .S E. Freshman end Dick Hill jumps high between two Trinity defenders to haul in a Mike Baylor pass. Reb rover lim Marcum confronts Trinity end loe Manak in a one-on-one situation, . Billy Stewart Jerry Stephens Mike Pastusek Bob Diem 3 w g . . s hz, Q, ftp? . ,, f . ff X k ttf'- H1 f" ,i. 'L Q - -4 3 ' -D 5 yd QE' . sg: f ' ' WH! i ' ' -' 44? ' ,, X! A 1, ,-.X .45 , v..a., a-. ,f if -tv- . tw we I mfr, f WW ff . S f 'W f Ji? fi . "2 27 " 'x i' f V W, Q -Y 21 Q ' .. M-V, if l 43 N A V' .. X f ,S J .g r e J 5 X . c-! lk l XLT , n X 5 E i Q X, K B is r A K Xe , i - ff 1? -":f'i.""-F' if -T kr . . 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H .X -W6-We '7 11 ' .,, A A144 U l Nw. " X Reb defenders Robert Willbanks, Jesse Carpenter, Melvin Witt, David Miller and Ken Ozee flock toward the ball, Jim Sheridan Jesse Carpenter Greg Bailey Ray Kalinich ,,.f G i ,i i 1 , D was .4 ' ' A ' J 33- 4 ' -fra ' w w t if .. seg .,, ,, W 4 l , 1 -1 Q . ,ftp og-w :,feYo21:sf..'2s 0 ' i i ' , - ef ' " E 'f W e . ,v i ri ' l- ' ' f-sgv"iQf'?g if 1 f , r 'Y " , , , -A . w'5g::fc:i1WCf ff v -lr .. " , , ' - Qtfr, , .. L maui, .N L' ' r ya. A ""' f. .. ," , , '- '- F -:ll -D cl., A - W? I1 Y - 4. . ' - '- 1 . 5. L Rebels Set Records Against TSC Rivals Arlington State renewed a rivalry begun in 1917 when they met the Tarleton State Texans Oct. 29. The Rebs won 46-15, setting senior college records for points scored in a single game, touchdown passes thrown in a single game, touchdown passes caught in a single game, and touchdown passes caught in a season. Tarleton was also held to minus 68 yards rushing, which is a record as far as can be deter- mined. Freshman end Dick Hill caught an eight-yard touch- down pass from Mike Baylor to start the scoring avalanche and the Rebs were never headed. Hill scored twice more and Raymond Matthews, Jimmy Thomas and Danny Griffin each got a touchdown. Top Reb Defensive Sets Wildcat Loss A hard-hitting defensive effort helped ASC ruin Abilene Christian College's Homecoming Nov. 5 in a Southland Conference game. The defense set up three scores and made the fourth themselves as the Fiebs won 23-O. "Our people up front-Melvin Witt, Ken Ozee, Jesse Carpenter and David Miller- did a spectacular job," said Coach Burley Bearden. ASC intercepted five passes and three fumbles to corral the speedy Wildcats. Scoring for the Rebels were Raymond Matthews, Keith Luft, lim Marcum and Skipper Butler. 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I f- .1 6. l , . .,.. i' H . 1 4 ,391 fri 'Z 1 . 1 fi Z, rw- Y ,MV g H Q ---c L, Y Vw ., - T ,T if ' .--1-la.:..,.!.. q-h I 1 - H-ia...-i.1L .... " if " ' X' !" ' , ' ' 1' ik Q . ..... w- -J , Y-my M g r' 1, .Em at U -W" lf5.,': ,nf..E vw-me V - 1 At 2 , ,- ff '1 ' S A I Troy Patridge Fred Gough Ronny Young David Miller Rebels Win 16-6 At Homecoming The Bebels eked out a narrow 16-6 win over Ar- kansas State Nov. 12 before a 10,000-plus Homecom- ing crowd in Memorial Stadium. Defense again was the key as the Bebs limited the indians to 223 yards total offense and only 56 on the ground. Standouts were Ken Ozee C17 tacklesl, Monty Tolleson 1161, David Miller H161 Bobert Will- banks 1141, lesse Carpenter C131 and Melvin Witt C1 11. The Indians scored first, taking the kick-off and marching it down the field. But then it was all ASC. Mike Baylor hit Jimmy Thomas with an 81-yard scor- ing strike just before the half to tie the score, but the try for point after was wide, leaving the score knotted 6-6. A Skipper Butler field goal and another Baylor to Thomas pass provided the last 10 points. Quarterback Mike Baylor zeroes in on a receiver in a Bebel practice session Defensive back Robert Willbanks pulls down an opposing ball carrier amar Tech Wins 1 Closing Game i the last game of the season, with a chance to win Southland Conference grid title outright, the els journeyed to Beaumont only to lose to the ar Tech Cardinals 26-7. The game put the two ads in a tie for the crown. was a more than frustrating first half for the Beb- The Cardinals scored four times-on a 22-yard by fullback Darrell Johnson and two touchdown ies and a one-yard run by quarterback Phil Primm, Jo-time All-Southland performer. The Bebs were :inually blocked in their own end of the field. like Baylor threw an 18-yard scoring strike to :rd-breaking senior end Bonny Young in the fourth 'ter for ASC's only score. Young became the ing receiver in ASC history with his performance nst Tech. Defenders Mike Barnes and lim lvlarcum close in on Lamar Techs lohnny Fuller One of the fundamentals of winning football is blocking, Senior end Bonny Young takes a Mike Baylor pass toward paydirt BASKETBALL .yt .XF 'N emi' ,,'--6 ,f 's PVT gg fps- '7' lf f N 'T 'sf' , "PTT sy ,, .Jif ,Q ,ftif gigs n .lfiyfgg .Jig .A ai' J, 453 42 1 , fvri- ,VI- 1 ' , ,i , Q,,'z y,, Q" ' wfig 41, X4 qgs ji," M, 1 ,gg i ., -, W 1' , ffm S., Lv-,MQ cya: Barry Dowd Bill Reeves Rebs Place Fourth n Annual Tourney , The Flebels won fourth place in the Cotton Bowl 'ournament during the Christmas holidays, Dec, E9-30. They beat Austin College 93-76 in the first round, hen fell to Midwestern 83-66 and East Texas State '7-65. New coaches this season were Barry Dowd, a Uni- 'ersity of Texas graduate in his first year of collegiate ioaching, and Bill Beeves, a 1962 graduate who iandled the freshm :HESHMAN TEAM--F 'owz Flobert Luttrell, lo erry Kirby- mgr. GD. Fiebels Mike Nau and Huey Saulsberry find the area under the basket a little crowded as they fight for the ball against SMU in Dallas. ront row: Eddie Stallings, Bradley Burk, loe Gary Smith, Mike Collingsworth, Verner Stenstrom, Richard Teague. Back e Bob McGinnis, Bay Birks, limmy Gunter, David Wollenman, Larry Dunn, Mike Hunter, Mike Brooks, loe Phelps-mgr. Ease? ,Q Nj? ,gn A S ., ,. 4 ,wi jf ii , i .3 1 . .- 27 3: -, .. .., , :A Q. ,'fst.cc.,i I 'rms' Q ,, K xi fl : L .i gr f, 5 Rebs Whip Rams Twice in 1966-67 Arlington State swept its home-and-home series with Texas Wesleyan this year for the first time in three seasons, winning 89-69 at home and 81-76 in Fort Worth. On Dec. 6, lviike Nau and Terry George led the ASC offense with 31 and 20 points respectively as the Fiebs won handily 89-69. The visiting Rams led 39-38 at the half and stayed close through the first 10 minutes of the second half before ASC's superior depth began to show through and the margin widened. Playing at the Southside Recreation Center in Fort Worth fsince Texas Wesleyan does not have a home courtj, the going was a little rougher. ASC had not beat the Rams in Fort Worth for two years, but some clutch free throw shooting in the fading minutes proved to be the deciding point as the Fiebs won by four points. ASC Splits Series With Lumberjacks The Fiebels split a pair of matches with a highly- rated Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks, losing 90-86 at home Dec. 7 and winning 66-64 in Nacogdoches Jan. 2. ln the first game between the two ASC earned a 48-40 half-time lead, but lost the game in the closing minutes to the undefeated Lumberjacks, who stretch- ed their record to 5-0. lviike Nau scored 23 points to pace the Fiebs and lohn Shelton, loe Gary Smith, Gene Gipson and Gene Wilson were also in double figures. Then, in Nacogdoches, Nau connected on a jump shot with two seconds left in the game to provide the 66-64 margin over the lacks. He also claimed game scoring honors with 20 points. Joining the big senior in double figures were Wilson, Gipson and Terry George. Here Nau dunks a shot against the Rams in Fort Worth as Gene Wilson stands by. ,ff ' ANS? ja X my M, Q Q . Q1 ' fs., , Z -' s ' 1'-XY suffix t .sf Mike Nau Eddie MHIEI' Nau releases another hook shot against Texas Wesleyan 5 is :- Jot with my ball you don't," Nau seems to be telling a Lumberjack forward. Sf 1 s-A-'IA X 4 f' 75 , N 2 .X 31 5 .1 's x X whiff Q 4 'fs -Q A I z f 9 'WX fb 14 if C A 1 t 5' Gene Gipson Ronnie Wirz 4 57? The rewards of victory are sweet for Rebel courters. John Shelton hauls in a rebound against Austin College. ASC Wins Twice Against Kangaroos Arlington State jumped on Sherman's Austin College twice during the 1966-67 season, whipping them 99-64 in Arlington and 91-71 in Sherman. In the Arlington game, played Dec. 13 in the ASC auditorium, the Rebels racked up a 69-38 half-time lead and looked certain to break a hundred points. But the Kangaroos came out in a stall in the second half to effectively freeze the ball, holding ASC to only 30 points while scoring just 26 themselves. loe Cary Smith and lvlike Nau led ASC with 23 and 22 points respectively, while Terry George, Eddie Miller and Ronnie Wirz also scored in double figures. lody Oren led Austin College with 19. ln the second meeting between the two schools, lan. 30, Smith led the Reb attack with 21 points and Mike Collinsworth and lohn Shelton had 19. Ronnie Wirz scored 14 and Mike Nau 12. vw 2 Q Q, Jack Lynch Huey Saulsberry loe Gary Smith, freshman guard, takes a pass and heads for the basket. Rebs Blast Lions In Close Contests The Rebels further heated a growing rivalry with the East Texas State Lions by whipping the Com- merce team twice in regular season games, both times by narrow margins. On Dec. 15, in Arlington, ASC beat the Lions 63-57 which wasn't decided until the final minutes when ETSU star Jeff Fitch was ejected from the game. Then in Commerce on lan. 4 the Flebs won 66-62. ASC steadied halfway through the first half to over- come a seven point deficit and take the win. Mike Nau got 20 points to again lead the way and Terry George got 18. Tarleton Texans Fall Two Times To Rebs Arlington State beat the Tarleton State Texans twice during 1966-67, lan. 12 in Arlington by an 86- 70 count and Feb. 1 in Stephenville 103-70. Big guns in the Arlington encounter were Mike Nau, 16 points, David Cullen, 16, Joe Gary Smith, 15, Terry George, 12, and John Shelton, 104 The Rebels topped the century mark when they journeyed to Stephenville to meet the Texans on their home court. Leading the way in that game were Mike Nau, 23 points, lohn Shelton, 14, Gene Gipson, 12, and Terry George, 10. The two court contests helped the Rebs take a clean sweep of the Tarletons in football and basket- ball, as the two teams renewed an old grid rivalry this year. John Shelton fights for the ball against Tarleton State as Mike Nau and C1609 Wilson come to the rescue. ack Lynch, lohn Shelton, and Gene Gipson surround a free ball, g J 1 ,E g sg Q 1 5939! 7' 1 n fs' John Shelton Gene Wilson Rebels Beat Cards In Two Thrillers Arlington State won two close Southland Confer- ence decisions over the Lamar Tech Cardinals during the 1966-67 season. ln the first game, played lan. 7 in Beaumont, the Fiebs built up a 19-point lead with less than eight minutes to play, then almost blew it. They managed to hang on for a 72-71 victory in that conference opener. John Shelton led the scoring with 18 points and also in double figures were Mike Nau, Gene Wilson and Terry George. Then on Feb. 14 in Arlington, it took three over- times for ASC to turn the trick 138-135 in a game that established new Southland Conference scoring rec- ords. Both teams broke the old mark of 125 points in a game and ASC's 57 field goals was another record. 3 ' , f i . I V s.- , 'xxx Q John Shelton fights for a rebound against the Cardinals as Mike Nau looks on. Rebel guard Terry George drives for a lay-up against Lamar Tech. Rebs Split Series I Arlington State's young Rebels beat the potent Trinity Tigers, a Southland Conference pre-season iavorite, once during the season, and carried the second game all the way to the wire before faltering. On lan. 10, the Rebs caught the then thirteenth iationally ranked Tigers in the local gym and trounced hem 108-95. The lead was even more substantial intil the closing minutes. The Fiebs rolled up a 60-34 halftime lead in that game thanks largely to 32 and 26-point outputs by guard Terry George and forward Gene Wilson, re- spectively. Also in double figures in the key game vere Mike Nau with 15 and Joe Gary Smith, 10. Then on Feb. 4, ASC grabbed an aroused Tiger by he tail in San Antonio and came out on the short end if a narrow 77-74 score after leading 37-35 at the ialf. Leading the way were Nau with 21 points, Shelton vith 15, Smith, 14, and Wilson and Collinsworth, 12 each. 6-6 sophomore forward Gene Wilson puts up a two-point shot over Trinity's George Dupree in the Rebs 108-95 victory. -ri Wilson fires this shot against the Tigers in San Antonio. ' ich! says Terry George as Trinity's Fioy Gamez attempts to ack the little Fieb's shot. i - 209 x x Indians Whip Rebs Southland Conference champion Arkansas State -featuring 6-11 All-American John Dickson and a good supporting cast-beat the Fiebs twice during the 1966-67 seasong 99-87 in Arlington, Feb. 18 and 93-77 in Arkansas, Feb. 25. In the first game big Mike Nau got 23 points and 17 rebounds to establish an ASC school scoring record, but Dickson scored 47 to set an SLC single game mark and the Rebs went down in defeat. They stayed in contention throughout the first half and came within 48-42 at the half with a last sec- ond, midcourt shot by 5-11 freshman loe Cary Smith. A record crowd of 1,600 watched as Smith C16j, Shelton C141 and George C111 joined Nau in double figures, ln the season finale against the lndians, ASC stayed in contention most of the way but was unable to overcome A-States heighth advantage, ,JC fj,.X,-Q5 iii I. 1 l tl N Robert Hale Joe Gary Smith An ACC player watches a Fleb's successful attempt to make a basket. ASC Tops Wildcats Arlington State split its two game series with Abilene Christian College in 1966-67, winning at home 82-78 after losing 92-72 in Abilene. On Feb. 7, in Abilene, the Rebels fell behind 34- 26 at the half and were never able to recover. lvlike Nau again led the ASC charge with 18 points and joining him in double figures were Terry George with 13 and Mike Collinsworth, 12. Then on Feb. 21 the Rebs got their revenge, out- scoring the Wildcats 45-41 in the first half and hold- ing off at 37 each in the second to take the narrow decision. It took a flurry of last minute free throws to assure the Rebs of their first .500 season as a senior col- lege, bringing their record to 14-11. Mike Nau, playing his last home game before graduation, scored 23 points and got 10 rebounds to lead ASC to the win. Also in double figures were Joe Gary Smith with 16, lack Lynch with 12 and lohn Shelton with 11. lohn Shelton drives the baseline for two points. -4...,,-f 'nv Barry Dowd is congratulated by cheerleaders Sally Soldo and Susie Wine. Terry George's shot is blocked by an Indian player, X NJ ,I jfcw- TRACK Enter University Division Bebel track coach Bobby Lane fielded a 10-man varsity squad during ASC's first year in University Division competition. Among that number were Dale Drennan, NCAA College Division record holder in the 3,000-meter steeplechase and the first track All-America pro- duced by the school, and hurdler Ken Walters and high jumper Al Kraft, both defending Southland Con- ference titlists. High jumper Mike l-lale, weight man Skip Benson, hurdler Bob McGlothlin, distance man Richard Key, broad jumper Bill Devine, sprinter Stan Dugan, and weight man Kenneth Terry rounded out the squad. Lane cited the hurdles and distance events as Arlington State's strong points during the season. For the first time in the school's history, ASC fielded a freshman track squad. Bobby Lane - Coach Ken Walters Dale Drennan - Captain gf 6' l'llll.EllC fem 58 2l3 M? ,. .i.4,f2.'t"'::.'. S-'Ri 4 'iii E' Mickey Eddleman if' , ,H ffl-i . ,ggf'E'a N-ef' fa 5 - li., 4 . K 4' 'x B Rick Ward works on increasing the height of his pole vault. AI Craft 'f 4 Xi 1 vwfx in i 4 gg i .ov ff ghd! I A S 1. iii . 4? is , 3.241 .fifi '- .' -M in-W CN-'-3' 'W 1-itgmgiv' 14-A wa 11, 2fM2"5,rf' f nf fwfr- mf' 'F '!lng,w uw. I 3? if ,. Track member Mickey Eddleman perfects hrs pole vault. Larry Haffner -L. A M . V Wwwm., f X , .ff , ,,.V.T S., 3' K wx, ,L Y, , A. 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' .' . ..g"" 1,,. , A 5 . xg, ,. - ' -, '- ' -r -,. - . . av. . I I -P .Q ,i ,, .JU 1 ,QU . Wnxv , Y., -13 - l -H ..2,-. vu' f .., f , ' riigi. . n- , ' 44 ,VM-v..-.. ' . " ' ' '.. .--' ' 1 5-q"f:....L.. 'v 4, 'WC' ..v- Y n ,4f'-.wr N r L V639-6 ns, W' f If , Q, vv - X15 -N fini M -. W. . MP' 4"'Y-JSQJ-4V'5.f f Tfknadf 001411 4 Yblwbls d"'I""C3 IVIINCJR SPDRTS ? 1 inker Heads Go f --1--3153 K 1 The Rebel golfers, who finished second in the Southland Conference meet held here last spring. had only one letterman to call on during the 1967 , season. Grand Prairie junior Tom Burseen, the only 1966 holdover, finished eleventh in the 1966 meet. Other team members included freshmen Ronnie Burseen, Leonard Cochran, Chuck Michael and Scott am Jones. Tom Tinker, golf coach, was in a sense a new- comer, too. Dean of the coaching staff, he joined ASC in 1940 and was head basketball coach for 23 years until retiring last spring to handle the golfers. He had coached the team last two years earlier. P ti' H Coach Tom Tinker shows Tom Burseen how to do it. Golf Team: Scott Jones, Chuck Michael, Leonard Cochran, Ronnie Burseen, Fioel Garza and Tom Burseen, 9 Fi sig i. a A . N. , 1 X ' y 'I Ev X i 3 l - ?'--Nggx 1134. ... ...,.-..,., . ..,... ., -.1 I 6- ... 1-rl 1 x , A 222 1 'Wa Tennis Team Rebuilds The Arlington State tennis team faced a rebuild- ing year in 1967, with only one letterman back from a dismal 4-13 season of the year before. That letterman was Bichard Prince, a sophomore from Dallas. Also on hand were squadmen lerry Gardner, lohn Telford, and Fred Dobbs, a transfer from Foothills lunior College in 1965 where he was a member of the state championship team. Dobbs was injured during much of '65, Three freshmen helped to complete the team. Bill Saunders, from Brownwood, was a class AAA state singles champion. Other frosh were Paul Snively, a high school district champion, and lohn Colgin. Coach of the team is Bill Floark. Boark joined the ASC staff in 1961 after coaching in the Fort Worth public schools system and 1967 marked his fourth season as tennis coach. Bill Saunders whacks the ball in practice at Flandol Mill Park. ri Tennis Team-Front row: Bill Saunders, Flichard Prince. Back row: John Colgin, Paul Snively. Bill Roark-Coach W, ,,,,,.,,,,, , ,-.,, . bg. ',.,gy-.4i....i?.,...wZ..... - QS, 41-55255 - 5 'lla ' 3- 15551 lim 'L " Q "4 k .. ., it K 5 ' """ 'ff ' -12:1 - Ii, 1 - ' ,Q win .. L.. ' A 1 ' .J l ' I ins Q ----4.,,gm l 0 m"1'N .,.'x,wx-i gi 1. 'v QXL ,fry R, -. Juv , ww, ,vmxxntqg l,:q,,i1.':. I . v , J W V gg. .tits M r X ,Q . 'T C Aff it T f 'Ei fybbj, .it i X' ff' , M i. ll '-1' ,nfs g 'fue - -til riqjm W - fi! z' ,-'jrg:'il's-,Aka ,ffl "7 " ' V B, it ,s i :xg-,i. v f W S J mmm! I Bowlers Pace Tl The Arlington State College bowling team stayed near the top of the Texas Intercollegiate Bowling Conference all season, pulling into the lead late in the year. lt marked the second consecutive year for the squad to be a contender. Team members were Mike Cockrell fcaptainj, Don Smith, Ronnie l-lundley, Mark Morgan, l-larold Krecek, Denny Rives, Mike Branson, and Steve l-lart Sponsor for the team was Don Beckner. The team participated in home-and-home meets with the other eight teams in the TIBC and competed against such schools as the University of Houston and Texas ASM. Don Beckner - Coach visa? 30' ,Q-as 4J,'3li 5 5 it! it 1-'ii M fg ,,,R E ty 2 .. M I If siy. - it if ,F gf R v Bowling Team-Front row: Mike Branson, Don Smith, Mark Morgan, Ronnie Hundley. Back row: Denney Rives, Mike Cockrell, Harold Krecek, Steve Hart. 50 '1 is :Qu 3 H.. :fa 'X ii N "5 w X, K 'WQJSJA 4 Q f 1.9, 05' dbh? - ,- A-ax ff W Tankers Have Best Season Ever The Arlington State College swimming team, under the coaching of Don Easterling, had its best season since being formed three years ago. The squad lost dual meets only to perennial Southwest Conference powers SMU and Texas. Headed by national record holder Doug Russell, a sophomore, juniors Rick Nesbit and Ed Bagot, and freshman George Deerfield, the team made a strong showing in every meet. Divers were Brian Robbins, Rusty Strong and Dewey Lewis. Other swimmers included Alfonso Pacheco, Bobby Burns, Bob Cain, Steve Russell, Luther Walker, Ernie Siefert, Dan Boone, Chick Aillet, lim Hammock and Chuck Dragisic, Ed Bagot, captain: Don Easterling, coach, and Doug Russell and fkneelingj Rick Nesbit, All-American candi- dates. l M53 ront row: Alfonso Pacheco, tif Dewy Lewis, Greg Ludingham, Skip Kingom, George Seidel, lack Peck, lohn Towers, Ed Westerling, Ed Bagot- , Bob Cain, Dan Boone, Rick Nesbit, Doug Russell, Steve Russell, Tom Henson, Don Mayo, Lee Rogars, Second row: uther Walker, Chuck Dragisie, Brian Robbins-diver, Terry Collins, Bob Eason, loe Bagot, Doug Ingram, Ernie Siefert, lim Hammack, Steve Cason, George Deerfield, Bobby Burns, Rusty Strong-diver, Mike Allielt, Henry Geinsweider-manager, Tom Parker. aptain, Coach Don Easterling 1- , V ,Q 1 ff' ' I 42,3 -1-Az'-Q. 4 7 I 'fr Q , e, 1, 7- . . . Y....,..,feAf:-W... ,dam ,Y 1 1 V ""T 1. f ----.,..,,, pk.- - 4 K TP. ir- .,. ,, 5 E P 4? il L 226 , . -M-., , Vq.,,,..w, 'adam -Qmw Reb swnmmers Dan Boone amd Huck Nesbitt hit the water against Texas Tech. Dewey Levvus starts a dave Swimmers Set School Records Lewis completes a jacknife during a dive. during the 100-yard butterfly against Texas Tech. 4-. sis? Wmlmnu... INTRAIVIURALS ichl Hall is represented in the intramural football tournament by this team. ntramurals Provide thletic Competition For students not affiliated with a college athletic team, intramural sports provide an opportunity for competition and experience. Dr. Horace Gillespie, dean of men, directs the program with Coach lim Gar- rett in organizing the leagues and scheduling games. Students participate by joining dormitory, social club, religious center, or independent teams. Fall intramural champions in flag football were the Dean's Boys, an independent league, who won out over the dorm's Pachl Second Floor, the social league's Chi Chi Chi, and the women's Super Squir- rels. Pachl Third Floor, the Newman Club, and Alpha Sigma Chi competed for the tugwof-war champion- ship, with the Alfasigs winning the title. The Newman Club claimed both men's and wo- men's cross country runs. Walt Hammond, Mark Mat- zner, lohn Swallow, and Mike Connor completed the one-and-a-half-mile run, and Kathy Penn, Teresa Pilotte, Helen Cochran, and Sharon Ponnell raced the half-mile. Winners of the men's bowling event were also rep- resentatives of the Newman Club -- Mike Connor, David Shipman, Ralph Wiemar, Henry Crouch, and David lacob. Women's champs were Kay Karr, Patty Schumacher, Linda Watters, Susan Warzback, and Natala Aschner from Lee House. Swimming contests were carried by Don's Duds, an independent league. Members of the team were Bob Maxwell, Massud Pelaseyed, Arthur Zeigel- meyer, Sam Smith, Dick Tautenhan, Tom Uchurch, and Guy Baird. Spring sports, begun in February, included basket- ball, billiards, golf, volleyball, table tennis, softball, track, and bicycle racing. An intramural awards ban- quet honored the athletes in May. Two students volley the ball in a table tennis tourna ment, held from March 20 through March 28. x x v 2 9333 ki 'ky ,aw Z Wwi 3' , R f f-,fo ET g ft lk 'l 3 ,t , f..,," U. Q-'-'Q' a f N i ,l tt it r . "' fa, ' il' -'-"f ""' 135.4 yo +14 ,Qi ,ix is is QQt,,gW fi 5, .T M -...W WY .vii 46. A A 1,11 J H W W 1-'f m ,L ' TT " ' 13155-' , ' W w- . " 1 P' 'Q f ,fi .1"' :i , . , F .153-1 1-1 'F f 1 fZg:f',.' ki, W' A ,V v ii.i1TQ,r v up c g, s,,gr 4, V ,. - '. Q I ' -'ff Y ' 'WU I ' fi Q - xwnik R 9' gf., ,N 5 .ay 3 , ii -,':..-xii, Ll, 5,4 QI, v ,Ei 2 ,. ., ,SQ ., ,Qt lg. f K F ft ' ,,1.-, '-,rf + f -, L a .,, ,I . -,-fm'-',,,, "4 ..:, . 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Intramural Football champions - Deans Boys fl. to r.J - Back Row: Terry Redman, Jerry Bennett, Joe Weaver, Kenny Walters, Walter Osborne Front row: Joel Horsley, Jerry Warren, Larry lones, Larry Freeman, Chuck Fleddick, Jerry Foster. Not pictured: John Osborne, Gary Gilbreath. 1 Mural Program Sports ,A rm we :f'314,- W. g-Hi n . , Q . --.N :pw 4 new ,lf- .... 11" la- P 11- - gg mi w 1 'I Mens bowllng champuons Newman Club CI to rj Joe Yaka mavrch Davld Jacobs Mike Conner Ralph Waemard, Davld vs V df J in ef' -8vvfXx ".'w-A W - Wm. Y : A I .ga N 'K' ji" EADERSHIP ,w .M-iw Q15 - ,g..e-E ,1 . 1 U .,. , ...,.. -, fe- -w -- me iw.. .Qy-1 ' it 'W X . if V, 1 l M fs I N, H I1 I W 1 R F fx 'SSW 'Sf yr v X vm? 8 -QM' 1 H I 5 . U 'rin 4 .- , . -. 1 ' '- 1 ij , ' . 1' 'mimi 12 J 1 I ,aww In 'i I :TTS 1 X g Y ' 5 ,fa g 4 Q i -v' ' j1L,fi',- V F . H. N. Jw, I X wa , 'Sa I Ka g.,, . 2 TA 9' , ' 3 IF- ,a D PW iff ' f S Q ,A ' 'S A ' ' 3 ff' ' f ' M 1 if . X A 3 ' K ' ,V , M H kklr Aww A - , , I , . 7 qv 4 W ' krk, V. ' f if' 5 ' I 4 vfge. 4 361' 5 ,A F , v 2 x 3 3 i I l 1 S ADIVIINISTRATIO President Jack R. Woolf Chancellor Harry Ransom Woolf, Ransom, Regents Direct Curriculum Dr. lack R. Woolf has served as president of Arlington State since 1960 under three different conditions. He presided first under the Texas A8.lvl System and then un- der the University of Texas System. This year he has taken on a new title-President of the University of Texas at Arlington. Dr. Woolf continues to direct the Academic Council and College Executive Committee. lust above him in the chain of command is Chancel- lor Harry Ransom. He acts for the regents in coordinat- ing UT at Arlington and the other schools included in the University of Texas System. The University of Texas Board of Regents are chosen from all over the state. Appointed by the governor, they serve a six-year, staggered term. No major change in curriculum or expenses at any of the system's colleges can be made without approval of the regents. They control everything from teachers' pay to courses offered. 'bm .W-Q, William H. Bauer Walter P. Brenan Frank Connally """"" Frank Erwin il Frank N. lkard Mrs. J. Lee Johnson lack losey 1 Rabbi Levi Olan 'S .A.. ,QQ. .- .,.., illll K' ,,-fr ' -..Q2m,,,gx i if Q5 S. T. Keim Dean of Academic Affairs Deans Direct Departments Dr. S. T. Keim, lr., is responsible for the development of academic pro- grams and facilities. He serves as liaison between UT at Arlington and accrediting agencies. Dr. Keim's other responsibilities include assisting and supervising deans of the four divisions of study. Dr. Peter Girardot, Dean of Sciences, assists in the supervision of the curriculum and academic affairs for the departments of biology, chem- istry, geology, physics, and mathe- matics. He is the liaison between fac- ulty members in these departments and the administration. Dean of Liberal Arts Dr. Charles H. Green concerns himself primarily with the improvement of the curricu- lum. His other responsibilities include recruiting qualified faculty members and promoting research. Supervising the budget person- nel, and curriculum at the college is the major duty of Dr. W. H. Nedder- man, Dean of Engineering. He is also responsible for keeping records of the equipment for the School of Engineer- ing and the Technical Institute Divi- sion. Program development and re- cruiting faculty members is the chief duty of Dr. W. B. Nelson, Dean of Business Administration. In addition, Dr. Nelson secures contacts with in- dustries for prospective graduates. Charles H. Green Dean of Liberal Arts Dr. Woolf awards Tom Tinker with a plaque expressing gratitude for his 26 years of service as head basketball coach Peter R. Giradot Dean of Sciences Wallace B. Nelson Dean of Business Administration -if MSX fix Af 9- W- 1 -WN :-'NWT ' rv J A ,pf - fm- , W af , . V ,Q 1 ,MJ - g:,1v.14:-in . ,J '-it - ....- ,A - ' 'Fi " 5 E S L ll ,X .A ' 1 x rj Wendell H. Nedderman Dean of Engineering Two Officials Aid President Dr. l. R. Woolf is president of the University of Texas at Arlington. He is responsible for all matters ini- tiated by and concerning the institu- tion. But the management of what was formerly known as Arlington State College is a demanding and time- consuming job. While the school is growing in scholastic excellence and enrollment, the administrative staff is also e-xpanding in numbers. Two men were appointed last year to assist Dr. Woolf in overseeing the school's business. Bob Stephens represents President Woolf at meetings of community lead- ers, legislators in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and representatives from business and industry. Stephens acts as liaison between the University of Texas at Arlington and outside inter- ests. One of his primary responsibil- ities is to inform these interests of the needs and purposes of UTA. Charles McDowell acts as liaison between the president and the four academic deans, department heads, and faculty heads. His duties include representing the president at many social and official functions. McDowell is also instrumental in interpreting plans, policies, and procedures sup- ported by the college. Bob Stephens l Assistant to the President L.....! Jem O Department Relays College Information Three college administrators, acting as a liaison Jetween professional newspapers and the school, direct the Office of Public Information. Kenneth L. Whitt, Information and Publications Director, is also a photographer. It is his responsibil- ty to secure, coordinate, and publish all news re- eases and official publications of the college. Richard M. Yantis, Editor of Official Publications, ivorks with Kenneth Whitt and also oversees the com- iosition and distribution of catalogues, class sched- iles, ASC briefs, and other materials. William A. Brown, Information Writer, works almost exclusively with sports releases for newspapers, ind he also edits brochures on athletic activities. He ravels with the teams, attends the games, and works vith the annual football banquet. Ken Whitt Director of Public Information fichard Yantis Editor of Official Publications .xx ,--X ga isp ,tr- -nitric ,175 5 ' . 43, I Kos, in 1, ,.. ,V . .... . I Y.: ff W .Q 4 I fi' i -aa ,s Fi' F K ,fs we if 7 Wlliam Brown , Editor of Sports Information 4,-M' ,,A.,.,,. ...M ..,, ,,,,a,,... . 4 ,,i, ,il iz. , f 1 f , I Q 'A 1 f Weldon Brewster . ' Dean of Student Adminlstratuon ,,""""f' f 5 oY,f41rC?i"f1fT"ZY, 'Z f A, W, 13,9-M . , - nv Uwygywazflvsiir Q, , - 22 - 1 ,, I 75 ,glenn ff w . , W 4. " 'S s f ' ' " ' " .S . h M .si fifs ix Sli' 5 Aff -5-L41 -XX S. -wv-+ 1 Charles H. Connally qu X Assistant to the Dean of Student Admunlstratlon uPr"4 Wesley E. Mead flu, Assistant to the Dean of Student Admunlstratlon Gfficials, Assistants Serve Student Body Three administrators and their assistants daily render services essential to the 11,000 students en- rolled at ASC. The office of Dr. W. l. Karraker, the Director of Testing and Counseling, provides summer orientation counseling through the freshmen guidance clinics. Assisted by Kenneth L. Permenter, he also adminis- ters tests to entering freshmen. Chief responsibility for the admission of students and for maintaining their academic records lies with Elwood Preiss, the Registrar and Director of Ad- missions. With the creation of the office of the Dean of Student Administration two years ago, there was made available a central information agency with 18,000 folders on ASC students. Charles Connally and Wesley Mead, Assistants to the Dean, process absence reports, administer probation regulations, and change student majors. Supervising these activi- ties is Weldon Brewster, whose other duties include making space allocations and inventories and pre- paring statistical reports. William Karracker I Director of Testing and Counseling I wh l 2 5 'lily Q -i I j . , ln , .. 5 l ' ' i X A il i A 1 A , i Hs , X QW -mv f' A . a 7 1 1' ' '- .-.1 I 4 ,351 1 A Sgr, L i 1 1 , Kenneth Permenter Student Counselor Elwood Preiss Registrar and Director of Admissions Registrars Handle Ronald Prince Assistant Registrar 'EVN-.. Enrollment, Grades Four Assistant Registrars aid the Registrar in supervising admissions of students and maintaining their academic records, Ronald Prince, Darwin Stevenson, Paul Strong, and Kenneth Thomas handle transcripts, arrange schedule changes, answer mail inquiries, and coordinate their business with other college departments. H ' A i,t,,,' :"tfMf"'T' ,Zia Kenneth Thomas Assistant Registrar Darwin Stevenson Assistant Registrar Paul Strong Assistant Registrar ibrary- New ampus Face Mushrooming from three floors to seven, the library now houses almost 200,000 books and subscribes to more han 1600 periodicals and newspapers. vlaintenance and development of its acilities and resources rests with lohn -ludson, the College Librarian, and iflary Swisher, the Associate College -ibrarian. A staff of 38 full-time em- :loyees and 96 student employees naintains a collection of recorded apes, microfilm, film strips, motion iictures, and slides. With the beginning of the fall se- nester, 1967, the ground floor will louse a reserve room, the circular lesk, and the card catalogue. Refer- ence materials and documents will be ocated on the second floor. Periodi- rals, books, and s-tudy areas will com- iose the third, fourth, and fifth floors, ind the sixth floor will contain dis- ilays, archives, and a lecture room ieatin-g 100 persons-. lohn Hudson College Librarian flary Swisher Associate College Librarian KI-'SW 4.a L31 X V1 'fn in Q Patterned with the indications of cur- rent construction, the face of the li- brary changes daily as four more floors are added. fees! Three Direct Fiscal Affairs Chief financial officer for the college is B. C. Barnes, the Director of Busi- ness and Finance. He deals with all money matters, including staff budgets and financing construction. loe Bailey oversees the fiscal office. As Business Manager, he is responsi- ble for all cash receipts, disburse- ments, purchasing, and payment of invoices. Upkeep of all grounds and buildings is the duty of the Director of the Physi- cal Plant, Everette Strahan. He also oversees campus construction proj- ects and is in charge of all mainten- ance employees. B. C. Barnes Director of Business and Finance loe Bailey Everette Strahan Business Manager Director of Physical Plant . 5 5,-J ', fr ljfifiw ,sf 7' 4 .fn --- .Lv ..,....., Q '- ' ""-'--egg-ff, ,--., .+.- , grktgfigwt f vf,,i.,f , 3 ZF, fa ' inf fi x - .',y,5,i r , DlreCtCrS Supervlse ' tiff 'situ' xk., ,fy A , iQ'+'ftf - 'lifrff tails . On-Campus Facilities Operation of the Student Center and the business nanagement of the four dormitories are the respon- sibilities of the Director of Housing and Student Cen- :er Facilities, J. Pat Fowler. Working with him is Fred -lunstable, the Assistant Director. Retail Store Manager Larry Minor secures supplies :or the Exchange Store. The Food Service Director, Alma Stekelenberg, coordinates all phases of the :ampus food services. . A, wlg '- - A 4 -red Hunstable Assistant Director of Housing and Student Center Facilities 3 f, ii W ii 2 1 f- -XX s-,. , W. i ,WW W 6 fy A . , tu ' "QL . F , .M Y ,f .--if ,g-, , .zi..f4,,a4t::+: W! X. ., at .t Ks-XL Myst J. Pat Fowler Director of Housing and Student Center Facilities Larry Minor, Fietail Store Manager Alma Stekelenberg, Director of Food Service .-'S-dm ff" ix y ' -. -4 P 1 Norman Weaver Data Processing Programmer -0-M!! F lack Utterback ' Auditor Gerald Wimpee Data Processing Manager .H V I efrn W Administrative Staff Money, employees, and records require the at- tention of many administrators. Their activities include handling the payroll for 1303 employees, reporting for the Registrars Office and the Business Office, purchasing supplies, and balancing college accounts. Marvin Sanders Assistant Data Processing Manager 11' 11' Handles School Affairs . -Y ft arroll Sheffield Chief Accountant Eugene Prasek 'bf f 'L K M ,f ,M-Q, W A nam 4,-i' . I """"w f i V' i ,wa w Eola Monnich payrou Officer Louise Crider Bursar Purchasing Agent Norman lvlinter Director of Personnel giigluvvv 0 gggaq-ov-f g-so-Y' 1 ,va-sm!"l'm""' Deans Govern Student Life All offices and activities concerned with student personnel are overseen by the Dean of Student Life, Dr. Robert Dollar. This includes student discipline, government activities, pub- lications, placement, residence affairs, Health Center, ROTC, and parking facilities. Beginning her first year as Dean of Women, Nancy Thorpe is now coun- selor and disciplinarian for women students. Dr, Horace Gillaspie, Dean of Men, is responsible for the housing, discipline, counseling, and intramural sports for men. Paul Blakney, as sponsor, and Ernest Leister, as editor, supervise the three student publications - the newspaper, Shorthorng the yearbook, Reveilleg and the literary magazine, Arlington Review, The Director of Student Activities, Myra Cook Curry, promotes cultural and recreational activities by advising student organizations. Dr. Robert Dollar Dean of Student Life I , 45...,,,,,,w .r"""" 415. .- F I. nl. I- , . .i A ,. fy i "iff p " - -.-.........---"'J--- 5' ,ti i W It r orace iaspie - - T , D . H G'Il ' , . ' l ""aff?' ' a. 248 "ff:-Mxi' 1.14 , l, am, anis,-. Nancy Thorp Dean of Women Dean of Men QVFFM ' awe Myra Curry -"Q gi-I "W-.4-g,,f :AM kiln!-Inv Director of Student Activities Deans Fiobert Dollar, Nancy Thorp, and Horace Gillaspie are three administrators responsible for student life. 'lf' Z ,.,-n..,,,,ahs- Irn-est Leister Student Publications Editor Paul Blakney Student Publications Sponsor X" ' X' , if 1 . I ,M 2, 'S 249 I li :C I . I I 5, ff. 1 och, 1 lf Rufus Taylor fv ,.v F , um, ., X f , i ., , ,.. sq X 1. X, "wi 1, 1-,gn 'G- X me K' N S'-I " xx, N . WQQ Security Chief "N"-s, vm. ,N Campus security officials regulate parking for thousands of commuting students. l I David Gardner Associate Placement and Student Aid Director Franklin Yates Director of Placement and Student Aid xg 'N Ax, e K2 it 1 W5-'vena 3' 1 Z' x.. 1 Campus Authorities Supervise Activities Because QOJM, of the student body commutes, sup- ervision of the parking facilities is the full-time re- sponsibility of Security Chief Rufus Taylor. Operation of the Health Center to provide on-campus medical attention is the concern of Juanita Turner, Nursing Services Supervisor. Franklin Yates, Director of Placement and Student Aid, counsels graduates and assists them in begin- ning their prospective professions. With the assist- ance of David Gardner, his office also aids students in securing part-time employment and administers the scholarship program. Boys' dormitories come under the oversight of Marion Jacob, Director of Men's Residence Affairs. Colonel Charles Johnson, Professor of Military Sci- ence, heads the Army ROTC department which offers military training for 365 students. He is also respons- ible for insuring the qualifications of cadets for com- mission. lvlarion Jacob Director of ivlen's Residence Affairs gif' 1, , . , ff ,M " "" ,, ,A .- , ' f 418W I ,Qi , ! ,I .5 , 'I 5 .. 4 :X S J 5,7 'li 3 qs, if I 33i 'i1UZg X ' t EERE - -' Z ' iff Q K ,Meat it ,V Y :,.., 1 Q!-f ' Juanita Turner 5 Nursing Services Supervisor - - A- Y W Colonel Charles Johnson if W X X , Professor of Military Science FACU LTY -19 Teach at State's Fifth Largest School 1 , Ffa' K... ,- g 4- 1- Y fa.. - ,-. fm? x X N.:-3 twin , l. 23.3-'I-: f I W 1 X S . . . ,U ,Q-rg, -'Nu ,wet mix Q X4 . t. if C T r F Us if vs s 3 .,, ,, X V X i an gg A K 5, IL. 9 333' ' . ,,:, my ,K AE N A as -in F 3 h j L T Q 5 I " Q. if 4 X 1 X ., lilies fl Y'-' :gif .Q X AX .. 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Barker Aerospace 8 Mechanical Engineering Melva Lynn Baker Library Dorothy Ballard Library E. C. Barksdale History, Sociology, 8 Philosophy Harry Fl. Beaudry English William E. Beeman Mathematics Ann Benham Chemistry lra H. Bernstein Psychology Patricia Berry English E. P. Berryhill Mathematics Roberta W. Betts Art Truman D. Black Physics Charles C. Blackwell Aerospace 8. Mechanical Engineering Paul S. Blakney English Matthew S. Blanton, lr. Technical Institute James C. Bolen Mathematics lo Boatright Music R. B. Boley Biology Eunice Bonar Chemistry +5 'ui 9 'Sv .ggi Kev., i .nf gf .ii fr-'. 43. -A gi-5 . ,. . - ,'0'., 1 N W L v -' Gif' ' jf ' S. 'fipfi XM", A 5' is 6?u"'gc7iQ?fr t. 2 + jest? i wr' J 4' fd HE' N'-D ' t Q- A' A .- Q' 1 :I V: 142 sl , 5 'Q ,-Qflw Q, f + is il 'f - 5' Jaffa: '23 M N 'TA 4 Dr. Charles W. Marshall. associate professor of mathematics, oversees the work of one of his algebra students, Jerry Fisher. Chalk, Blackboard Simplify Algebraic Problems Louis H. 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C lf :I 'J,..kg, vxifix' ui' A if 'Xlkw-....,,,,-N 4 - Www wi: .'f"1"q" P 'QF' ek x- N, S ' , I ' ' ' K X N Q ,,,+fi,-131 ,xg w 'S 1 A KGN ' V ,, .f-4, 33?13awg:?" -- bl I I I mf ff A ' il' ' :KMA .JK E w if . Y Engineering Profs Conduct Research Projects DR. KENT L. LAWRENCE, an assistant professor in the engineering mechanics department, is utilizing a dig- ital computer to examine the numerical solutions to the equations of structural dynamics. Previous work in this field includes his doctoral dissertation and a study con- ducted under a research grant from the Bell Helicopter Company in the summer of 1966. DR. JAMES E. CAFFEY, assistant professor in the civil engineering department, is investigating the regional cor- relations in precipitation and runoff in his research of hydrology and hydraulics. Continuing his work from year to year, Dr. Caffey proposes to study the Texas area to see if relations hold over greater distances and how they may vary through the seasons. His method involves applied statistics and probability using precipitation rec- ords published by the U.S. Weather Bureau and runoff information reported by the U.S. Geological Survey. The data already collected is so voluminous that computer storage has become a problem. Past research shows that factors such as river basin characteristics tend to cause the regional patterns for the annual river flow to differ from those observed for the annual precipitation. Explaining the practical results of his study, Dr. Caffey says, "Applications of knowledge gained should lead to more efficient distribution of gauging stations." DR. RICHARD TUCKER, an associate professor in the civil enginering department, is analyzing highway bridge girder and diaphragm systems in his study of the inter- action of soils and structures. He has previously com- pleted five years of work in this area, and has authored several publications, two of them on the international level. Working with a high speed digital computer, he is making possible better and more realistic designs of many types of structures. DR. CLIFFORD W. RANDALL from the civil engineer- ing department is conducting laboratory research in two areas. The first involves investigation of the effects of certain insecticides on aquatic micro-organisms. Using an activated sludge unit, employed for waste treatment by many large cities, he concluded that micro-organisms actually can metabolize insecticides. His second project, researching air pollution from sewage processing, uses a rotating drum device for keeping airosols suspended. The drum, located at the Southwestern Medical School, is one of five in the United States. Observations of dis- ease incidence among employees at sewage treatment facilities are being conducted to determine whether or not such units should be modified. DR. JOHN I. HAYNES, professor and head of the civil engineering department, is researching in a field which may have a direct effect upon the city of Arlington and surrounding areas. The research involves computer sim- ulation of vehicular traffic flow. His particular area of interest is the simulation of an intersection similar to that at Park Row and Cooper Streets. Dr. Haynes is attack- ing the problems of a signalized traffic intersection. studying its various signal phases and traffic volumes. The professor and his two research assistants, Robert Cagley and Stanley Reed, are using a digital computer programmed to "move" vehicles through an intersection. The stimulations of the vehicle characteristics and driver decisions form the basis of the program. An event re- corder with 30 channels is used at the intersection to record the situation as it happens, this data will be com- pared to the IBM 1620 ll Digital Computer simulation f. I5 A1 if ' i ' 'E i 2 i 5 2 22' 1 M, 1 ., it a 4 ffwftff? il Z H"""'fI 'tt 2 I 'll' ,.,l . i ' e 'WA -ft Zim Dr. Carl D. Wiseman Engineering Mechanics data on the campus. Dr. Haynes hopes to employ this evaluation of signal phases as related to traffic flow towards improving general traffic movements. DR. CARL D. WISEMAN, an associate professor in the engineering mechanics department, is studying gas- metal surface reactions. With special vacuum systems, he heats metal strips to white heat in a bell jar and then reacts them with the particular gas under investigation. He then studies the decomposition of the gas and its diffusion into the metal to form a hard inter-metallic compound. DR. MO-SHING CHEN, an associate professor in the electrical engineering department, is conducting an anal- ysis of the unbalanced three-phase power system. Prev- ious work performed in this area by Dr. Chen includes his M.S. thesis, his Ph. D. dissertation, and IEEE papers. Using the eigenvectors of the impedance matrix, he establishes a generalized transformation. He is working for a simple system, and additional work is required to solve a general unbalanced system. 267 "Ii'SFMT8I"2J3i . '. l f ""' il Dr. Richard Mitchell and Dr. Roger Mitchell Mathematics Researchers Explore Mathematical Areas DR. RICHARD MITCHELL and DR. ROGER MITCHELL, assistant professors in the mathematics department, are attempting to discover more about the structure of cer- tain algebraic systems, specifically infinite abelian groups. They conduct their investigation by isolating properties that are common to many algebraic systems. By this method they are able to prove facts that would have otherwise been obscured by the mass of nones- sential information present in each particular case. Sev- eral papers have already come from their studies of structure theorems, isomorphism theorems, and prop- erties of neat, pure, and basic subgroups. ROBERT O. DEAN, an assistant professor from the mathematics department, is conducting an investigation of direct and subdirect sums in semirings. Continuing work begun for his doctorate dissertation, he is trying to obtain a representation theorem for several types of semirings. ROBERT LEE TENNISON, assistant professor of math- ematics, is attempting to answer the question, "Does each measure of symmetry which possesses the 'super- minimality' property have the simplex as its only ex- trema?" His area of interest is convexity in n-dimensional Euclidean space, a field which constituted part of his Ph. D. thesis. IOHN K. PERRYMAN, associate professor from the mathematics department, is interested in the general problem of finding a transform useful in solving certain differential equations. He is presently studying a set of polynomials which he feels will be useful in answering the problem. D. R. STOCKS, IR., an assistant professor of the math- ematics department, is doing research in the graph theory, a branch of topolory, continuing work he has been conducting during the past three years. His purpose is the discovery of relations between lattice paths and special sequences of integers. Some results of his studies were published in the April, 1965, issue of the Fibonacci Quarterly. Three Investigate Foreign Literature DUANE V. KEILSTRUP, instructor of foreign language, is conducting a study of the Germanic languages and literatures entitled "Style of Old Norse Romantic Sagas". The role of the verb is of particular interest to Mr. Keil- strup. He is analyzing every verb in the representative sagas as to tense and aspect. Since the shift of tenses seems to be arbitrary, as his research has indicated thus far, Mr. Keilstrup maintains that translations should be more easily made. DUANE A. ADAMS and ALAN A. STEINECKE, as- sistant professors from the foreign languages department are jointly carrying out a project to study French language and literature. To investigate the composition and style found in the literature of the late nineteenth and twen- tieth centuries, they are selecting a large number of paragraphs from the best French authors of this period. Their work involves the use of programming and a com- puter. Possible implications for further research are cen- tered in a study of the basic French program at ASC and the development of a text for teaching advanced French composition. Alan A. Steinecke and Dr. Duane A. Adams Foreign Languages y9.'?2" N! Z Faculty Members Test Aspects of usiness JERRY C. WOFFORD, an assistant professor from the Jusiness administration department, is conducting two 'esearch projects. The first, developing a method of measuring behavior patterns for personnel, is being in- vestigated by administering questionnaires in a company and comparing the scores with performance results. Data from this study would be useful in personnel selection and development. His second field of interest concerns :est construction methods. Tests were administered to ZOO students, and information is being analyzed to de- termine the reliability and validity of the test. H. lvl. HELM, JR., an assistant professor from the busi- wess administration department, is centering his study of finance on the stock market and its influences. With experience as a stock trader and as a doctoral candidate, he is attempting to correlate market participant activity and common stock price movement with particular em- ohasis on the timing of common stock purchases. His study is part of a broad investigation of common stock price determinants. CURTIS G. GRAHAM, an assistant professor from the accounting department, is emphasizing control of over- head costs in his study of the applications of the appli- cations of correlation techniques in accounting. With a 5500 research grant from the School of Business, he is investigating the field using complex multiple curvilinear correlation computer programs. "Practical appIications," says Professor Graham, "are unlimited in developing in- formation for business management." Curtis C. Graham Accounting HOWARD l. SNAVELY of the accounting department is doing research for his doctoral dissertation. He is studying criteria for selecting financial accounting prac- tices. Aware that present criteria are not explicitly de- fined and convinced that there is a need for such, he is attempting to determine which criteria to use and why. By library research and personal evaluation, he is identi- fying specific standards by which the value of a given accounting practice can be determined. WALTER G. AUSTlN, assistant professor of account- ing, investigated financial reporting by commerial banks. The study involved the comparison of principles used by banks with those of regular commercial firms. A paper written by Professor Austin appeared in the April, 1967 issue of The Texas Certified Public Accountant. RALPH ESTES, assistant professor from the account- ing department, is engaged in a research project to de- termine, describe, and evaluate international financial reporting principles and practices. He is using a variety of techniques, including analysis of financial statements from various countries, communication with foreign ac- countants, visits to a number of countries, and attend- ance at the International Congress of Accountants in- cluding the Ninth International Congress of Accountants to be held in Paris in September. The results of his re- search will be published as a book tentatively titled International Accounting: Principles and Practices, as well as in articles and papers. Ralph Estes Accounting tm 269 Faculty Researches Government, History DR. FRANK BAIRD, assistant professor in the govern- ment department, is conducting research in two fields. Through an analysis of government documents, Dr. Baird is continuing his previous study of the Federal Communi- cations Commission and Congress in the field of radio and television program content from 1934 through the Kennedy administration. A second field of interest is the political behavior of the Great Plains area. By surveys and interviews, he is studying the causes for conserva- tism in the Texas Panhandle. ARPAD J. NEGYESSY, instructor of government, is utilizing a chronological and interpretive approach to study the law-making process in the Communist orbit. ln attacking the root of tradition and nationalism versus imposed outside revolutions, he is continuing his prev- ious work in the method of Communist take-over. He has been assigned to write book reviews and two articles on his study. ALAN A. SAXE, instructor of government, is examining the early development of state policy on desegregation of Oklahoma's public schools. His central concern is to relate the starting points of the innovation, the succes- sion of ideas and techniques used to bring about the transition and dynamics of this transition. As a result of this study, Mr. Saxe has reached the conclusion that Oklahoma adjusted the operations of a public school system to constitutional requirements because the state's leaders were effective politicians and bureaucrats. LUTHER W. ODOM, instructor of government, is doing research in the area of public law, American government and politics. His study is classified into two groups. The first, entitled "Judicial Review in Massachusetts, 1882- l902", determines the extent of judicial activism in de- cisions by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court during the stated period. The second, "Function of Legis- lative Committees in Texas", examines the influence of standing committees on legislation in Texas. Both are being studied for their comparative value with other states. The latter is seen as a prelude to a more exten- sive look at the whole legislative process. HUBERT L. C. lvlATTHlAS, an assistant professor in the history, sociology, and philosophy department, is researching comparative political behavior and acquir- ing a two-foot file of information on the unconscious elements retarding democratization among Germans. .X vrv"" i l' lx .--it A-t , if f .461- .43 .5 -,lx iiiill Dr. Luther G. Hagard, Jr. Government Through collecting and classifying material, he is finding a basic element to be the structuredness of German life in general, the slowness of any social evolving. Other diverse factors included the grammar content of German, the history of Roman law, and feudalism. DR. LUTHER G. HAGARD, JR., associate professor of government, is involved in three separate research en- deavors. The first is an annotated bibliography of the United States Constitution. It will contain an anticipated amount of from 25,000 to 35,000 entries of Constitutional matter which will be of bibliographical interest to stu- dents of government. His second area of research is en- titled "A New Dimension in Legislative Gerrymandering". Dr. Hagard is writing a paper that explicates his assump- tion that gerrymandering is not restricted solelyto politics, a theory that places the burden of proof on those who draw the district lines. A study of interstate compacts involving Texas is Dr. Hagard's third research project. In this he is determining the scope and extent of activi- ties that involves interstate relations. Hubert L. C. Matthias History, Sociology 8. Philosophy ' :,. . 4'.d A.:x i Experimental Study Interests Scientists DR. PETER R. GIRARDOT, Dean of Science, is center- ing his study of Mossbauer spectroscopy on the struc- tural problems in iron compounds. ln his investigation, he is using radioactive sources, a multichannel analyzer, punched tape data output, and high vacuum systems. From his preliminary results, further research is implied in the fields of corrosion, blood chemistry and chemical bonding. DR. TRUMAN D. BLACK, assistant professor of Phys- ics, is conducting a study of spin-lattice interactions in crystalline materials. He is interested in the magnetic properties of materials and their coupling with the struc- tural properties of materials. The main objectives of his research are to understand how crystals are put together and to explore the inner molecular environment of crys- tals. An electron paramagnetic resonance spectrometer is used to measure the spin-lattice interactions. WILLIAM B. SELF, an instructor in the physics depart- ment, is studying the interactions between atoms of iron whiskers, hair-like crystals approximately .0004 inches in diameter. After magnetizing the iron with a coil about the size of a pinhead, he uses another coil to measure the current required to reverse the poles. Research in this area is valuable, because the iron whiskers can with- stand millions of pounds of pressure per square inch and are important for use in developing strong materials. CHARLES F. DODGE, assistant professor from the geology department, secured a 35,000 research grant from the American Petroleum Institute to study the homo- geneities of clastic reservoir rock. Using a special design diamond core rig, he sampled sandstones to measure sedimentary parameters and correlate this with reservoir parameters. Investigation in this field may make possible increased oil recovery from certain types of reservoirs. DR. JAMES K. BUTLER, an associate professor of bi- ology, is conducting a study of spermatogenisis in the isopod Armadillium vulgare. The research was begun in the summer of 1965 as a preliminary examination of the ultrastructure of the testis of Armadillium while at the Electron Microscope Lab of the Genetics Foundation at the University of Texas. The animal has a very unusual type of nonmotile sperm. Development of the sperm tail is of considerable interest from both a physiological and evolutionary standpoint. 1 X .xc'i-'QU bm N525 Dr. lason Ellis Physics DR. JASON ELLIS, associate professor of physics, is publishing a journal of relativity for laymen entitled Spacetime. Co-editing the journal is his wife Katherine, who has a Ph.D. in mathematics. Spacetime grew out of a three-week conference upon the teaching of relativity, held at Arlington State College during the summer of 1965. The periodical contains articles using various ap- proaches to relativity and other features aimed at im- proving the presentation of relativity at the undergraduate level. Spacetime has over 3000 subscriptions, a few of which are outside the United States. Dr. Ellis is also conducting research in the fields of relativity, electro- magnetic theory and structure of space. He is aided in these endeavors by graduate student David Wedin. x ff f 27I .Yi ---4-i...-an Dr. Bayford L. Hoyle Chemistry Dr. Margaret C. Willoughby Chemistry Laboratory Work Involves Chemistry Profs DB. THOMAS J. COGDELL, a professor from the chem- istry department, performed a year of research at the Bell Telephone Laboratories in New Jersey in the field of organic chemistry. Continuing an investigation in this area, he is now researching the synthesis and electron spin resonance measurements of organic molecules con- taining several nitroxide radical groups. The synthetic work will be done at ASC, and the spectra will be taken by his collaborator, Dr. Edel Wasserman of the Bell Tele- phone Laboratories. About a dozen compounds have been made and studied in the past year. DB. G. L. JOHNSON, assistant professor of chemistry, is examining the inhibition of oxygen corrosion in salt solutions. He is determining the contribution of dissolved oxygen to metallic corrosion in salt solutions, with the object of inhibiting this corrosion chemically. Dr. Johnson exposes the iron samples in controlled-temperature salt solutions and then measures the oxygen concentration and corrosion rate. Employing an atomic absorption spec- trophotometer to measure minute quantities of iron in solution, he uses iron surface potential as an indication of corrosion probability. Then, by the addition of in- organic chemical inhibitors, Dr. Johnson attempts to de- crease the corrosion rate. Don L. Jernigan is the student research assistant aiding Dr. Johnson. HUGH D. MCAFEE, associate professor, and DB. JOHN T. MUBCHISON, professor and head of the chemistry department, are conducting research to determine the lead concentration in the water of Lake Arlington. The chemists are preparing solutions of lead and water with known concentrations. Then each solution is fed into an atomic absorption spectrophotometer, which sends the solution through an acetylene flame. The heated lead then gives off a spectrum of light, unique to each degree of concentration, and the results are recorded. Then samples of water from Lake Arlington are fed into the spectrophotometer. By comparing the spectra of the samples with the spectra of the control solutions, the degree of concentration of lead may be determined. As yet, there is no positive proof that a condition of lead exists in Lake Arlington, the professors are simply in- terested. lf, however, too much lead is found in the water, they hope to find a chemical means for removal or dim- inution during the purification process. DB. MARGARET C. WILLOUGHBY, an associate pro- fessor from the chemistry department, is doing research in the field of polymers, studying the effect of sterore- gularity on crystallinity of polymers of the covalent type. She previously conducted industrial research- in protec- tive coatings and did a doctoral thesis on surface effect measurements in coatings. Professor Willoughby has a paper in progress titled "Molecular Symmetry and Crys- tallinity in Polymeric Systems." ,llln DR. RAYFORD L. HOYLE, an associate professor in the chemistry, department, is using gas chromato- graphy, an X-ray instrument, and an electron microscope in his study of the kinetics of chemical vapor deposition processes. With an S8000 a year grant from the American Electroplaters Society, he is thermally decomposing NifPF,,j. and studying the structure of the deposited nick- el. Special attention is being given to the possible rela- tionship between the structure of the deposit and the kinetics of the process. DR. ROBERT B. BOLEY, assistant professor of bi- ology, is investigating pathogenis bacteria parasitizing certain species of small fish in Lake Arlington. The pur- pose of study is to isolate, characterize and identify the causal organism and to determine what microbial factors are responsible for the observed pathology. Results of the study will provide additional information relating to diseases of fish and perhaps establish a previously un- reported parasitic relationship. GARY A. SMITH, an instructor in the department of biology, is studying prairie vegetation to determine the effects of grazing and to compare an artificial undis- turbed area with a native undisturbed area. By sampling 30 plots in each area, he is investigating species compo- sition and importance and comparing the numbers of species. Thus far, he has found little variation in peren- Gary A. Smith Biology A-A' it tilts nials versus annuals in the grazed field, ungrazed field, and two undisturbed areas. A possible implication for further research is better management of range lands in terms of grazing and conservation. DR. WILLIAM F. PYBURN, associate professor of biology, is conducting a study of the behavior, develop- ment and relationships of Mexican hylid frogs. ln his research, he is attempting to determine the relationships of Mexican treefrogs through studies of life history, behavior, embryonic and larval development, and by ex- perimental hybridization. Species from southern Mexico are being investigated because their great number and diversity of forms offer better opportunities for evolu- tionary studies than the less numerous and more uni- form North American species. THOMAS E. KENNERLY, JR., an associate professor in the biology department, is employing a soil moisture determining device and remote temperature probes in his study of the microenvironment and evolutionary sta- tur in mammals. To decide if certain behavior patterns may be utilized as a phylogenetic characteristic, he is recording the patterns with a time-correlated code. A photographic phase of the project will also be included. Results indicate a typical sequence of patterned activity, but specific triggers initiating particular points in the se- quence are not clear. Dr. Thomas E. Kennerly, Jr. Biology y, 'WL K . .- X A -5 . 'U W 'Aww . ,Q , I .4 I -. 1? -'..':Ef Z3?--- s sa .I 1 E V L c ' "S-it A . In X-.7 Kr: ' 15:1 K 5 flx Z I 1 I ' H ,V', Q 4 tm- l 'A 1 , I fl g c 4 ' ' I x X' 1 E xx ,ltx X if J I1 X LAX 5 V15 - ' g -Q +"Tff4'1:' '1l". e " 'f 4 K N 1' , I I" Y I 1 l iv 1, ' ' ' xkixrxinl uw. U':x . x .F ' I ' if U ,Q 4 - A .. ff-f'T A . 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The board 4, I g -A granted ASC permission to award masters degrees in electrical engineering, engineering mechanics, . - - J. -' . 'l Vi' ' .'Y1L-1z1.i!-'H' t.',.1,i'1 "mil, economics, mathematics, psychology and physics. , Advisors for the six fields, who counsel and as- sist graduate students as well as teach, are Dr. Theo- i 'rigs ,", tk! 5 d - l 1' 'lk'YF-. f1lr'f"2?fI4.59'TK'i.i'if!:l-E?7f?5?'if-'all' L ore L. Whitesel, economics, Dr. Stephen F. Cru-mb, n .gy electrical engineering, Dr. loseph W. Dalley, engi- 15 523, neering mechanics, Dr. Basil lvl. Wall, mathematics, .gjzf . . "Ay-1 'Y ltfsfl-q'?'5i5 my "-A fflfwi, it Dr. James E. Dowdey, physics, and Dr. Erwin lvl. 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Qi- WJ' ga K 115 if 'Uv' 4 Clifton Abernathy, McKinney Bob Adkins, Arlington Hoppie Alexander, Tyler James Alford, Arlington Robert Allen, Arlington Roberto Ampuero, Oruro, B David Anderson, Fort Worth Robert Anderson, Fort Worth olivia Phyllis Anthony, Arlington James Anton, Dallas Jerry Arden, Amarillo Phillip Ariola, Dallas Richard Armstrong, Fort Worth Jerry Attaway, Texarkana Anthony Azcue, Dallas Raymond Azcue. Dallas Richard Baggett, Fort Worth Steven Baldwin, Joshua lvlaria Ball, Dallas Michael Barnes, San Diego, Ca E J J' -Xa it I f Q ' - , Wal sa fx5??7J'a, ' 5' 'TR' :fs ,B tu .- X. a Q ,, 15 , K ,J Af if x fl I ,i f 'r , ll 'l l' gi lf,-. it' , U gi 55, vm. ,, its' -.1 , ,..K! -'nit ,V ,, i 1 r 5 Jig, 5- X l ' 1 Ai. 5 .f it li f ti? ll! Mffq-5 A' lwrl f, f -gd , ff ' fa? 2 tiff 1. , J f if j, i is Wir' 2 ' 'fyfjg , 1, .sta f . ,, ,wats "es ' ,avg gf. 5-V ." 4:7 1 ' ""z"Q'512-V 1 '- Amway? r ' V aa W Balconies of the Administration Building oint for the people- provide a vantage p watchers on campus, lifornia Stan Barnes. Dallas Linda Barr, Arlington Wayne Barry, Dallas T. W. Bates, Grapevine lohn Battle, Terrell Charles Baxter, Fort Worth Clarence Bayer, Muenster Ted Bearden, Dallas Jimmie Bell, Fort Worth Kenneth Bell, Moscow, Kansas Phil Belt, Corpus Christi Jerry Bennett. Graham Victor Benton, Arlington Ellis Bewley, Mansfield Charles Billings, Dallas Bryan Bishop, Irving Charles Blackwell, Arlington Randy Blake, Fort Worth Ronald Bolton, Fort Worth Betsy Boockoft, Dallas G. L, Boswell, Arlington E. Allen Bowden, Arlington Robert Bowling, Dallas Michael Bowles. Grand Prairie 1 4 N '1 l l f r f qw 279 David Bowman, Harlingen Michael Boyd, Goldsmith Flobert Boykin, Richardson Delbert Bradshaw, Boyd l. H. Bramlett, Amarillo lirnmy Brandenburg, Duncanville Karron Braswell, Arlington Kay Breedlove, Tyler lim Britton, Fort Worth David Brown, Arlington Flaymon Brown, Dallas Michael Bruckner, Lancaster Ferrell Bryant, Arlington Grady Buck, Fort Worth Madeleine Buckellew, Fort Worth Gerald Busbee, Fort Worth William Arnold Byrd, Big Sandy Carol Campbell, Arlington Jerri Campbell, Midland Charles Cannon, Fort Worth Odis Don Cannon, lrving Ronald Canter, Hurst Wood Cantrell, Irving Al Cargile, Abilene Charles Carlisle, Dallas Penny Carlisle, Arlington Gaylord Carlock, Joshua Leon Carpenter, Dallas Carolyn Carroll, Blooming Grove Troy Carter, Abilene Flobert Casey, Arlington lerry Caswell, Bridgeport, Nebraska lim Chambers. Euless P. L, Chandler, lr., Mineral Wells Linda Gilmore Childers, La Marque Gary Christopher, Fort Worth Ted Church, Dallas Sam Clarke, Corsicana Charles Clawson, Arlington 'ohn Cochran, Fort Worth Claude Cockrell, ll, Arlington Gene Coffey, Red Oak Fay Coffman, Fort Worth Flonald Coker, Arlington ludy Collins, Whitesboro Betty Connatser, Fort Worth Claude Conwell, Azle Gary Sam Coplin, Fort Worth William Cook, Dallas Carol Covey, Waco James Dalton Covington, Cleburne Henry Crouch, lr., Bridgeport, Conn. David Crowder, lr., Dallas lames Crusinberry, Dallas ,. 5 i R X s. I xx 1 . if 4' . l 'whit . ai' 'f "-i. s f f l ? :Q QE 439' 'ff ll A 'C' ui' .1 , 7' 'Ov 5 ?'S if . ' f' rf A X x x ., Q E W 'FN .- f .C 1 T17 A U wx, if X 'TTI- L- ltr 5 1 'S .. if , .-94 - rm gi' f '. :gvf3:.1:qif.': '85 ' ta N .Y .f' iv 53 if f ,, . S G2 C' Lx Q7--v 'rf' Tom Cushman, Fort Worth Howard Daberry, Fort Worth Gerald Darr, Cisco Ronald Darr, Fort Worth Rechey Davidson, Mesquite David Davis, Dallas Laddie Davis, Waxahachie Robert Davis, Irving Robert L. Davis, Fort Worth Lois Dean, Dallas Carolyn Denton, Arlington Marcia Diem, Arlington Glen Lark Dillehay, lr., Mansfield Fred Dobbs, Dallas xftgfl 7 7 'ZS' gl ff 'SP-H5 if , f :f : .J "-, 7 f Patty Kalan and David Watson find some cheerleading positions a - I I Antics Boost Spiri Donald Douglas, Dallas lames Dozier, Forney Jerry Drago, lr., Garland Dale Drennan, Alvarado Linda Dubach, Ellis, Kansas lames Dulaney, Fort Worth Judy Dunnihoo, Arlington Travis Earhart, Dallas Don Edmonds, Fort Worth Michael Edmonds, Irving Rupert Emison, Irving Carlton Epperson, Garland I B -X Q3 Pamela Jones discusses upcoming Flebel activities with fellow students. Gary Eppink, Mesquite Steve Erickson, Dallas n 455 Keith Escoe, Dallas .kg Stan Everett, Lancaster -. " lohn Fagan, Arlington f loan Falconer, San Antonio James Farmer, Fort Worth Alan Farrow, Dallas lohn Ferguson, Fort Worth Leonard Ferstenfeld, Fort Worth Billie Sue Fields. Fort Worth Lawrence Finn, Arlington lames Fitch, Waxahachie lohn Fitzgerald, Hooks Nicki Fleming, Fort Worth Wendell Fleming, Dallas Michael Fletcher, Dallas Flonald Foerster, Dallas Dink Ford, Hallsville Eddie Ford, Waxahachie lames Forrest, Fort Worth limmie Foster, Fort Worth Richard Foster, Hurst lames Fowler, Dallas Sims Fowler, lrving Johnny Francis, Fort Worth William Freeman, Dallas William Friedman, DallaS Edward Fritcher, Fort Worth dhw A 'X my-' - 75- ljiyf .V D - f Q ,, V 13. 141454-Y .iso l ,. sf ri' -e-rr Hr. 446 Ir' 1 3 T -I ,.. J.:-i zz .:. , .. 1: 12" SUB Hub of Rebel l. , 5, X X! 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Lutz, Benbrook Alex Lyons, Dallas Thelma MacFedrics, Duncanville Christine Macri, Arlington James Mahanay, Alvarado Thomas Maher, Dallas Donald Majka, Arlington Anthony Malish, Taylor Nick Mallouf, Dallas Pat Malone, Dallas Ann Mann, Cameron Janice Mann, Grand Prairie Jerry Martin, Fort Worth William Martin, Tyler Linda Maxwell, Arlington James May, Dallas Scott. May, lowa Park Susan Mays, De Soto Celeste Melton, Dallas Wanda Melton, Denver City Betty Melugin, Dallas Dian Mencke, Fort Worth Richard Merrill, Arlington Frank Merritt, Dallas Robert Mikulastik, Lancaster Bobby Miller, Fort Worth Phil Miller, Mesquite Walter Miller, Fort Worth Wayne Miller, Arlington Tanya Miller, Arlington Joe Milliorn, Arlington Jackie Mills, Dallas David Mindrup, Dallas William Mitchell, Fort Worth Paul Mix, Farmers Branch Jackie Moe, Dallas Frank Moeller, Waco Atidet Mokavej, Bangkok, Thailand Charles Monroe, Fort Worth H. Feland Montgomery, Dallas James Moore, Rockwall Frank Morales, Dallas Ismael Morales, Dallas Dale Morfeld, Fort Worth Joe Morgan, Fort Worth Scientists Fashion Molecules N, 63 Ss . 'x'X ' 'IT' , fx ,Ai i " r R ,.. fm. J.. 1 'I A I' if "-h . L 3. hr- S G if' s. I N xl If UL l g i l me l X ,.-. , ,f W, . 'N-"'0Gh'1-"' 1 , 1 ff! i f-'fy' ' 'iQ-aff' J- M1-"f"' ,NWLR Chemistry students construct molecules from wooden balls representing various atoms, - R 93-53 3 xiii i i, e 'Us f. - he Q. , l H-..f Q, Atl E? 1:5 i fzkf' ' - ,2'.i,ymf..kNg4gi M . 'bk y ff ' 1, E fe , W" ti f X ,ar 9 N Z X :Km John Morris, Arlington Dalton Morrison, Powderly Curtis Mosley, Arlington Tom Mouck, Arlington George Mount, Dallas Dave Muir, Oallas Glenn Murphree, Clifton Karin McAlister, Arlington 'E Z NS? Hwy' ibm' il" f, . ffmii . l. S. McAIister, Arlington Willis McBride, Houston Connie McBroom, Arlington Robert McCallister, Fort Worth Charles McGallon, Dallas Norman McCallum, Hackensack, Eddie McClendon, Fort Worth John McCIung, Dallas Eileen McCluskey, Dallas Richard McConathy, Dallas Molly McCreight, Fort Worth Melita McGee, Fort Worth Robert McGill, Dallas H. l. McGinnis, Arlington Ronald McGregor, Grand Prairie Edward McKinley, Fort Worth Linda Mcl.arty, Dallas Tyce Mcl.arty, Dallas N David McNeely, Dallas Antonio Narvaez, Fort Worth -E--2 3 A ' 7: K: -' 0 x Q-V Michael Nau, Dallas Hardy Wayne Neelley, Weatherford Y Thomas Neighbors, lrving Tena Nelson, Dallas 51 21- A 'H to ff, 'fi I William Nevius, Arlington Dorothy Newton, Grand Prairie Michael Newton, Dallas Earnest Nichols, White Settlement H. W. Nickel, Granbury William Nickerson, Pittsburg Sharon Noah Arlington Mark Norris Fort Worth Edwin Norwood Dallas Richard Norwood, Forney Malcolm Obstler, Arlington William Nikolis, Douglaston, N, Y. W f l Q A of . 5? Pat O'Conner, Fort Worth William O'Grady, Dallas lim Oldham, Lubbock Douglas O'Neal, Dallas William O'Neal, Pecos Ken Otto, Arlington lames Ownby, Sherman Ken Ozee, Fort Worth Linda Parker, Fort Worth lohn Parsa, Dallas Mary Patterson, Fort Worth Ann Patteson, Fort Worth Darrell Paulk, El Paso Carolyn Peadon, Dallas Paul Pederson, Dallas Vernon Peipelman, Arlington Rene Pena, Galveston David Pendleton, Stephenville D. C. Pendleton, Dallas William Penton, Terrell Sheryl Penney, Longview loanne Peteet, Arlington Mary Phelps, Fort Worth Robert Phillips, Dallas David Pickett, Arlington Lynn Pinson, Dallas Elmer Powell, lrving Michael Poynor, Fort Worth Judy Prather, Arlington S. H, Prather, Arlington Cheryl Pugh, Arlington M. Kay Randolph, Grand Prairie Tom Ransom, Dallas Larry Ratliff, Arlington Margaret Ratliff, Arlington David Redd, Grand Prairie 5 .QL 'lt l lst i 4. F .. K t, 'ETH' X X X A " .4 5 '- Af is f t i N9- :xii-L l- '21 x f. 2 ' C .-'fly ' i , . 'WXXN 5-J-J. K ,ng 5 if X gi- ,.. ,Fe-r NY 1 'IT I Qin in Olympics vo- v- -fx YD Draw Crowds lohn Reglin, Waxahachie Robert Rhea, Fort Worth James Rhodes, Cleburne Don Richeson, Dallas lack Richison, McAlester, Oklahoma David Richter, Dallas Norma Rucker, Irving Pat Ricks, Fort Worth Roger Risinger, Dallas Larry Roberts, Paris lohn Robertson, Arlington Margie Robinson, Dallas William Rodriguez, Fort Worth Charles Rogers, Dallas Michael Rokey, Fort Worth Don Ross, Arlington Michael Ross, Dallas lack Rowland, Morgan Frank Roznovsky, Dallas Tyrus Rudd, Dallas Karen Rush, Arlington lohn Saldana, Dallas Lucy Saldana, Fort Worth Sammye Sailing, Dallas Donald Sanders, Texarkana Harold Sanders, Fort Worth Pamela Sanguinet, Mansfield Larry Schaefer, Dallas Lights Transform Campus at Night as, ludy Sellers, Grand Prairie Alicia Sevier, Arlington Joann Shaw, Fort Worth Richard Shaw, Weatherford lerry Shelby, Dallas Willie Shepherd, Fort Worth Guy Sheppard, Fort Worth Gary Shieds, Dallas Larry Shoemaker, Sherman Richard Sierra, Havana, Cuba Garry Sills, Ennis Phillip Silvernail, Irving lerry Simpson, Dallas Becky Smith, Mineral Wells Billy Smith, Fort Worth Cecil Smith, Mount Calm Douglas Smith, Dallas Douglas Smith, Mineola Fitzhugh Smith, Arlington G. Dan Smith, Dallas Glenn Smith, Arlington Lucius Smith, Irving Obrey Smith, Santa Anna Robert Smith, Dallas Don Snodgrass, ldalou Michael Soward, Arlington Patti Spann, Arlington George Sparlirig, Grand Prairie Nancy Spell, Fort Worth Glenn Sperry, Arlington Gary Spinks, Grand Prairie Hershall Spradley, Fort Worth William Springer, Dallas Patrick Squires, Fort Worth Dan Sramek, Grand Prairie George Steigerwald, Euless lames Stephenson, Dallas Bernie Stewart, Fort Worth Earnest Stone, Mesquite Barry Strelsky, Dallas Donald Strickert, Arlington ludy Strickert, Arlington Robert Strickland, Dallas Kenneth Starnes, Fort Worth lay Stroh, Midland Barbara Sury, Arlington Molly Switzer, Grand Prairie Sheila Tallon, Arlington ,f " . -ax -N sg. , Cb if 'fb l .ir el, , -... ri. lr ir 3 -'W' kai' - R'- ':-' J R X Q 'K 1' a -W- fp- 'RAN Th s WS' K i ,Pg -so 1 1 t-is t '. . 'T 5 - D Q ,, ,.:.,.., ,..f.,. , . . . tw -vi f . I gn, I, si .Lrg be A ss X 2. ..,. J ' , I t H, V y , ....,,. ig Q Lg x M Sari! it g is , W3 if lF.'s..,. -fem " ,pw Aly, 'PS uw' fi 427' i i V Quail, ,es - Q- ,,., 1" " ' . 'f' ." , ,7 1 . .f Xl , , . ., 'X 5 ., ,. is. , X' if Iss? E. ' x a,f22' Q,"3 t r' Vg M A it , LW, 5 we i . Q A b Many part time students enrolled in night classes are graduating seniors. W -1- I: in . ,fr Tom Tanner, Arlington Fred Tart, Wills Point Glen Taylor, Arlington David Teague, Fort Worth Wilbert Templeton, Ladonia J. W. Thomas, Dallas Frances Thompson, Arlington lames Thompson, Arlington David Timmons, Van David Titsworth, Dallas Edison Titsworth, Fort Worth Albert Tomme, Fort Worth Samuel Toub, Dallas Teddy Trept, Dallas Walter Trewin, Dallas Richard Tribble, Dallas Patrick Trinkle, Richardson Ann Troyer, Fort Worth Weldon Turner, Aledo Henry Urquhart, Dallas Richard Usry, Dallas Albert Vacula, Fort Worth Kenneth Vines, Mineral Wells John Vinson, Irving Anthony Waggoner, Dallas Elizabeth Waggoner, Fort Worth Charles Wakefield, Mount Pleasant Fleba Walker, Dallas lan Wallace, Irving Sharon Wallace, Fort Worth JL.. 373' at SY .,.,n:,- A . :, , A Xrbnf, if -7 . . , N- wm4x!,,. , M.,-I,,1gl,?'h.l D i W,-.,,, i ,-,..v,,.. .-., r fa lm' t P'-1.-'a.1ax3JvJh""1'-+n4f-fn-. ff..-ax"--- Nlale Students Dominate Campus 4-1 Edwin Waller, Colleyville Albert Wallis, Dallas John D. Walls, Ill, Dallas Travis Waltrip, Dallas Michael Ward, Fort Worth Patricia Warren, lrving Carolyn Waters, Fort Worth Fleming Waters, lrving Daman Watkins, Early Don Watson, Cleburne Linda Watson, Grand Prairie Ronald Watson, Keller Morris Waxler, Johnson City lack Webb, Waxahachie Gerald Webster, Texarkana William Wernly, Dallas Stephen West, Dallas Richard West, Dallas William Wharton, lr., Fort Worth Pegge Whatley, Mansfield Martha Wheat, Arlington Charles Whisenand, Fort Worth David Whittle, Fort Worth Roger Wilkinson, Dallas Dolores Williams, Dallas Myra lean Williams, Dallas Kenneth Williams, Dallas Rodney Wilson, Arlington Norman Woodall, Grand Prairie lerry Woodlock, Arlington Michael Woodson, Waco Wellman Works, Dallas lames Wray, Grand Prairie Dave Wright, Grand Prairie Vernon Wrinkle, Fort Worth Larry Wygant, Arlington Paul Wynn, Arlington Michael Yarbrough, Abilene Marvin Yeakle, Dallas Larry Young, Fort Worth Ronald Young, Dallas Maria Zamora, Fort Worth " H 'al Q- -H if lim Of- qs...-. 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A fv- ,- I in 74 i gf f if, In 4' . ,qgg in C x 9-5 Lf .--, .v-"' it vv 4 1 yr J .f,, ' 'sa f- 'iii X . -V I JUNICRS A U, mggfggg Paula Acufi, Fort Worth ludilyn Akey, Fort Worth Saundra Akin, Dallas Hashim Ali, Diwaniyah, Iraq Keith Allen, Arlington George Anderson, Waxahachie Monty Anderson, Fort Worth lanis Anthony, Fort Worth Harold Arnold, Arlington Dana Ascue, Arlington La luan Ash, Waco Helen Ashmore, Dallas Clarence Babers, Fort Worth Barbara Baker, Grand Prairie Carl Baker, Fort Worth Donald Baker, Irving Gerald Baker, Arlington Laura Banks, Dallas lb 5. ,, L, xg .v ,. ,, . , . ., E.. is ' wxvqfs-b " i tr' -at 'X L-,l L .B be 1... r Neal Barkhurst, lrving Lee Barlow, Harlingen Colin Barnhorst, Somerset Edwin Bateman, Dallas James Baughman, Kilgore Marieluise Baur, Arlington Larry Baxley, Dallas Larry Beam, Mason Barry Bearden, Arlington Charles Beatty, Longview Football half-time gives the Rebel Band an opportunity to exhibit their marching and playing skills, Precision Ivo-vxh snr t Steps Advance Band , ac. , ,fig ...- V! v K XX X K. 2 ,,,.,,. Q fm, , it , w .' AH I X J ,X . . f" uf, Q Et , X 'F' Y. , -ar' W1 ' 32-' l. Qin " 'T' las YT s xg x in Q X , Ttegyt, ' , , i ig - X X ,iii , . Jiri' X 2 va M3 1 L I N sa-' -r 'X rag- :iv 5 A . YZ' 9' QP ' E . , N 9 Q YEQ A, 4 r N ZJHJ li, ,,, A ,A . I -,,, 4 , J 0. 1 if Q if 3. A , if f tt , -:Q 1, Wai M' ., ,ax 195' ' ic ' is f ,,. Qui X,,3,,l, 'V J- QS is i J A 3 5 i if 'hr' if in James Bennett, Kerens Terry Bennett, Arlington Skip Benson, Duncanville Linda Benton, Lancaster John Bernard, Dallas Patricia Bevels, Fort Worth Priscilla Bevels, Fort Worth John Bezner, Fort Worth Lynne Bishop, Fort Worth D. W. Blacherby, Whitewright Fred Blair, Farmers Branch Gary Blass, Arlington, Virginia Charles Blomquist, Grand Prairie Amy Bloomfield, Dallas Joel Boles, Forney Bonald Booth, Irving Authur Borne, Fort Worth Bonita Bower, Dallas James Bower, Arlington Lory Bowles, Hurst Barty Boydston, Decatur Marvin Bradley, Fort Worth Mary Braggs, Mexia Billy Brassell, Mineral Wells Michael Braswell, Texarkana Don Brawley, Weatherford Gerald Brett, Arlington Charles Britt, Fort Worth David Brock, Irving Flon Brooks, Chico David Brown, Fort Worth David Brown, Fort Worth Harry Brown, l-lico David Broyles, Arlington David Broyles, Houston Judith Bruner, Fort Worth Edie Brusewitz, Abilene Fred Bruss, Dallas Joe Bruss, Dallas Andrew Bryan, Garland Bob Buchanan, Fort Worth Dennis Burdette, Dallas James Burger, Fort Worth Flusty Burris, Fort Worth Tommy Burseen, Grand Prairie John Burt, Fort Worth Stan Burton, Cleburne Boyce Bush, Arlington Charles Bussey, Fort Worth James Butcher, Tyler John Buyers, Fort Worth Jerry Bynum, Palestine Bob Byrne, Fort Worth Fred Byther, Fort Worth Robert Cagley, Terrell Larry Cain, Grapevine Federico Campos, Fort Worth 2:- Sandy Cantrell, Arlington '54 Sherry Cantrell, Arlington ' ""' Dan Capers, Fort Worth 9 I John Carroll, Dallas ' Glenn Carter, Dallas J John Carter, Dallas ,gm 2 av Jenny Cashion, Arlington ,Q,-3? i Brian Cassady, Fort Worth :ff Ed Caudill, Fort Worth 'X , l G Claudia Cayton, Fort Worth Pat Cde Baca, Plainview Charles Cervantes, Dallas Johnny Chaloupka, Fort Worth 3 Jerry Chambers, Odessa Radford Chambers, Dallas Gardner Chambliss, Fort Worth Paul Chattey, Lima, Peru John Chesnut, Arlington Helen Chessmore, Grand Prairie ri- " bg ' 15" Sanit Chittangwong, Bangkok, Thailand Ann Clark, Arlington Cs! 933' 57' Gertrude Clark, Dallas Mark Clark, Dallas - Ji fi? 'Y' Q Q , by ' 11 I ici: s John Clock, Grand Prairie Sidney Cohen, Fort Worth !?'Tf President J. R. Woolf addresses the Arlington Betterment Association con- ar! f cerning the future expansion and development of ASC. .. 'f:.g- ,- , ,, it Y i , , ,il ,Il . fi 1 ' X' 5.1 ' S... U ,fha-pf-, Uv I P ASC President Dutlines Future X f""l1 4 E C' 1?-I9 Q . il-t... +-4. x ra- nh ig. fa, ' ,Q h e Y ,.+ . t ribs. ,Ne w Wh QD , 4, xi 'S fi l ' lbw' ,L. , . . "V-1. i . Fi .... l 'Gm 1 X 'Ria ' 39:5 i " . it ,QW 2 Q Mt issskw f fl A, E ""' , ' ' 7. N '. f.. E1 - 'Nm . fat '1 A Gene Coldwell, Dallas Edward Collerain, Dallas Candy Collier, Arlington Brad Collins, Arlington Larry Collins, Arlington Bill Constable, Dallas Janice Cook, Ferris Gary Cooper, Fort Worth Walter Cooper, Marshall Warren Cooper, Fort Worth Danny Copeland, Fort Worth Norman Corbitt, Hollis, Oklahoma Dennis Cordes, Arlington Penny Cotton, Dallas Bobby Couch, Irving lohn Couch, Arlington Fred Covert, Garland Douglas Cowart, Dallas lohn Cox, Grand Prairie Balph Cox, Garland Robert Cox, Dallas Tad Cox, Fort Worth Mary Crenshaw, Fort Worth Carolyn Critz, Sweetwater Terry Crone, Dallas Don Crowe, Dallas Bucky Browley, Beaumont Gary Cummings, Fort Worth Don Cummins, Sherman Linda Cupp, Texarkana Gene Dale, Daingerfield D'anna Dana, Fort Worth Fieldona Dana, Fort Worth Paul Darden, Irving Linda Darnell, Fort Worth Danny Davis, Duncanville Joe Davis, Dallas Juanita Davis, Arlington Phyllis Davis, Fort Worth Toby Davis, Fort Worth Tommy Davis, Fort Worth Tommy Davis, Fort Worth Chuck Dawson, Fort Worth Scotty Dean, Venus lon De Koker, Fort Worth Hannah De Konty, Fort Worth Donald De Laughter, Texarkana Joe Delwaide, Fort Worth Roy Dempster, Dallas Bob Dennis, Dallas Mary Dennis, Dallas Daryl Devault, Dallas Eddie Dicken, Fort Worth Bob Diem, Arlington Sleep Delays Study Mike Dingus, Irving Y Donald Dixon, Fort Worth Walter Donalson, Arlington ' A Beverly Douglas, Grand Prairie Q , Q' Dv' ,SA , EAX vn,,,' ' 1' ' -H- E Q wr-A-of' - ,hiv I P ref?-V . F' 1' ir ff' , g i Richard Douglas, Grand Prairie Fred Drennan, Arlington Billy Duke, McCamey W- is ,W Dixie Dunbar, Harlingen fad' , - y , - wt 4 , Larry Dunn, Dallas , '44 Marcus Dunn, Bowie 1 Connie Durham, Irving Diana Durling, Dallas S259 Xi. 'gr ' , 4 A i Y , ' "'ft av ., I 'N 5 F v-ji 1. V. C " . 'Fi iflfli-. ip- 'Ke Ai i P ir- Ii hex ip' Z -29 'E vi 'Qjl 'W Nfl i E arfl , L lg , L' Q ' 9 '4- "" v-f I --- , 'I A K, lf nb, .1 n A 12123, lil: i s::t.- . 9:-L ll' Hugh Eagle, lr., Azle Lynne Easter, Waco Tresa Edington, Grand Prairie Bonny Edmundson, Lytle Deanna Edwards, Dallas Robert Edwards, Wichita Falls Steve Elliott, Fort Worth James Eddis, Corsicana Eskandar Enayati, Tehran, Iran Barry Erlic, Arlington Earl Evans, Dallas Randy Evans, Arlington Donna Faries, Dallas l. D. Farmer, Fort Worth lohn Feik, Champaign, Illinois Sheri Felscher, Brenham Frank Fertitta, Dallas Nelson Files, Arlington Stephen Findley, Arlington lack Fisher, Roanoke Thomas Fisher, Fort Worth Robert Flaherty, Arlington Victor Flatt, Waco Lonnie Ford, Dallas Billy Fornero, Texarkana Joseph Foltz, Dallas Doug Ford, Fort Worth Rusty Fowler, Arlington Karen Frank, Washington, D.C. Robert Frank, Dallas lerry Franklin, Dallas Forrest Frantz, Garland Gary Fry, Dallas lacquelyne Furlong, Dallas David Gaines, Fort Worth Betty Garis, Dallas I 1 'W f ss. l E r fa " . s X ,Q- .t,.. l if l ' i l ti 2: 1: :- , I ' i .4 1..Li:,:- uv ia' t L Z - MQ ' h . E ji., X ,QW X ,h gi: v ig- Z' N - 6 " X " ll -W f 1 ' 4 v -"g"-",'.-i,-1S-'- . Q.. 3. ss-:es-.. 15,51 L N 1 v,.E.5x:'. my ' g ' If, , 1 ,gz-.. 'W L ,1- i I J ' Q " lf J , , 1 K N' J ' it J s Wiiftvi-Le "" i2 . t' , 1, ' " 6 H BE-1' J 5 N k i X 5.552441 EE' 113' his I 'Q- l 'vw-0 . 1 51 if M12 J 2 .. ,": 'Km 5is4X:iifr':r5fstJ , V .ai- , fy?-TK ? J f' X LQ. ,fl me 'L 2 k friv- xw K un-f" , .,.,,. a eg f it ,ma N443 , A Z.. I xy i 16 'T ,.. g .. . . yt, J, , Qt. 4. +r'4"x.'1.fk. 'V 'J v Q 4 is -1- ' F' by -' ' ":S 1 'Z A 'K W: 1 . Y ,. g ,fm I A We 'Yr . wb- Students spend many sleepful hours in the library. William Garrett, Dallas John Garth, Dallas Joe Garvin, Arlington Hoel Garza, Fort Worth Stanley Gatchel, Arlington Stephen Gay, Dallas. Sheldon Gerron, Ennis David Giddings, Fort Worth Gene Gipson, Tyler Pamela Gist, Richardson Larry Glatts, Carthage Connie Glover, Arlington John Goad, Texarkana Ronnie Golden, Fort Worth Patti Gooch, Arlington Harry Goodman, Fort Worlli Eugene Gorham, Fort Worth Mary Ann Gostomski, Arlington Janet Gourley, Arlington Stephen Graham, Mesquite Sue Grant, Arlington Gorman Green, Dallas Mike Greene, Saginaw Carolyn Greenwood, Temple Flay Griffith, Fort Worth Larry Groce, Arlington Robert Grumbling, Fort Worth Vijay Gupta, India Bobby Hackler, Mansfield Tony Haddock, Dallas Betty Hailey, Fort Worth Mike Hailey, Fort Worth Flobert Hale, Lubbock Duane Hall, Dallas Pati Hambrick, lrving James Hamm, Dallas it -i rl, ,X 5 . ai'- .', Q' q ff' X ti- gywx ' Q-.x ' 1 . i .Q nuff I ,sri Sgt: TQ, fi Q 5'5" aj P'-' xf' . 2-,4 - 2', ,--- . - .n Onlookers observe the sorority competition of Alpha Sigma Winter Olympics. Bryan Hayes, Midlothian lerry Hayes, Dallas Wayne Hays, lr., Avalon Frank Hearst, Dallas Lynn Heitman, Cedarhill Danny Helms, Cleburne George Henchclifte, Arlington ' Alray Henderson, Terrell 1 Edward Hernandez, Dallas fw- Lewis Herring, Stephenville - rf' f John Hess, Bedford Randy Hicks, Fort Worth i Dwight Hill, lrving James Holland, Dallas Leota Holcomb, Euless Pam Hollinger, Arlington Bob Holman, Fort Worth Diane Hooton, Fort Worth ,YQ vi 1455 his Girls Vie In Ulympics Doug Hance, Texarkana lerry Hardgrave, Fort Worth Ralph Harju, lr., Palestine Doyle Harris, McKinney Randall Harris, Mesquite Robert Harris, Dallas Harry Harrison, Arlington Patricia Harrison, Fort Worth Gary Harvey, Garland Gary Hatley, Bakersfield, California 'Y 4' ij. S iff s Ks il Nrx, Neff It ... 1 . A-es. A ' ix . ,- '05 is 'fs hifxrv 'J me -- Af- wr M , U' .M I , Hi. N-' MX xf X A:.' f . Q M . , X M. F !ZgfE,, .w1f4v,Qg 1 X, 3, .s i it x rs'-mv. 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K 1 JV J sf 9""'N Roger Hoppe, New York, New York Robert Horak, Dallas William Horst, Wichita Falls John Hoskins, Fort Worth Aubre Howell, Arlington Myriam Hubbard, Fort Worth Mary Huebner, Arlington Gary Huffman, Euless Lloyd Huffman, Corsicana Tom Hufham, Irving Carl Huguley, Dallas Larry Huntsinger, Lorena Charles Hutchinson, Beulah, Colorado Garry Hyde, Fort Worth Karen lmber, Fort Worth Marvin lmboden, Dallas Mike lnnerarity, New Boston William Lee Jacobs, lll, Burleson Curtis Jefferson, Jr., Wortham Dennis Johnson, Fort Worth Lonnie Johnson, Jr., Arlington Larraine Johnson, Arlington Larry Johnson, Bedford Mary Johnson, Fort Worth Robert Johnson, Wichita Falls Sharon Johnson, Fort Worth William Johnson, Fort Worth Donald Jones, Fort Worth Freda Jones, Fort Worth John Jones, Denison Pamela Jones, Dallas Richard Jones, Dallas Rickey Jones, Grand Prairie Robert Jones, Carrollton Sharon Jones, Dallas Duane Jordan, Brownwood Carl Justice, Mansfield Jerry Kamerud, Arlington Tani Keith, Fort Worth Phil Kennedy, Arlington Madalyne Kennett, Arlington Carolyn Kettrick, Port Arthur Sarah Killough, Grand Prairie Betty King, Saint Jo James King, Farmers Branch Roy King, Grand Prairie Jerry Kirby, Avalon George Kithas, Fort Worth David Kizer, Dallas Gary Knodle, Dallas Patrick Kolojaco, Arlington Larry Korenman, Fort Worth Laurance Kriegel, Bovina Richard Lackey, Grand Prairie Student Center Offers Refuge Ronald Laludice, Arlington 6,5 - - Earl Landry, Gatesville , X Donald Langford, Wellington rt 'W' 4-J - ,.-, 1 .R M Lars Larsen, Irving X- fy A 4, L- Ray Larson, Minneapolis, Minnesota '15 " 'F' Donna Lawhon, Ennis V x X' ' 1 ':'iA",i I .t A - i L, K fx- l. Marceline Lawlis, Fort Worth Buster Leavell, Dallas Sally Ann Lee, Dallas . , '- -' f, A Melody LeFan, Fort Worth Gyn ix 'Lf 4, 'Q' V Virginia Lepenski, Fort Worth ,Q " T as A V" S, 'Cf 1 'si David Lewis, Dallas ,WV is f C' ' L if ' ti ill' ii YQ Larry Lewis, Arlington Cathy Lindman, Irving Roger Lindsey, Dallas Myra Livingston, Dallas Glen Lobb, Plano Jane Loiry, Fort Worth Anthony Long, Dallas Valjeanne Loudder, Cisco Johnny Loughridge, Arlington Lloyd Loving, Dallas Jerry Luke, Fort Worth James Lumpkin, Fort Worth Woody Mabry, Mesquite Janice Mahaney, Fort Worth Richard Mallard, Fort Worth Ronald Mallory, Harlingen Robbie Mardis, Fort Worth Roy Markham, Keller Gustav Marquardt, Comfort James Mars, Arlington Jerry Mars, Eddy Sharon Mars, Cleveland, Ohio Anthony Martin, Dallas Linda Martinez, Fort Worth Ray H. Massey, Wortham Kenneth Maughon, Joshua Truman May, Dallas Jennifer Mayfield, Fort Worth Eugenie Mee, Irving Michael Melton, Texarkana Bruce Meyer, Fort Worth Sam Middlebrooks, Arlington Douglas Middleton, Arlington Paul Middleton, Fort Worth Larry Miles, Garland Barbara Miller, Haltom City Bruce Miller, Irving Jack Miller, Fort Worth Loyal Miller, Richardson Wanda Miller, Dallas Dennis Mills, Pampa Jerry Mills, Mansfield ,gf ,f Wx 'CZ' 3- kln VN' li ss , gjaixxt . t fa., 'n 'viii r K if 'W ' 'Cf 'Z-". Sf .52 1 Hs: UB- Abs, 5' IM" :L C21 be '1-V-s C' 'J Ri-is lents rely on the E. H. Hereford Student Center for relaxation from academic pressures. 'V fi-' wg tg g, f A vii' fr? 'K , , if . 4 'Ir' ' tr-A x A ,, ,.f- if, . . -.-f is-TT mx X X Xi I . r,r:,1 ! M-0... !l x . . f ' wmv' , . sf :Sr fat? XA M, ' X K j, ,. X mx P JS? fa f Z stiff if N5 Thomas Milson, Fort Worth Maria Mitchell, Grand Prairie lames Mobley, Cedar Hill Shokrollah Mohammadi, Bojnurd, Iran ff' S-l n f .5 .5"w N, .53 1 , 1 f bf' '?""' fn Wanda Montgomery, Euless Allan Moore, Dallas Benny Moore, Fort Worth lohn Moore, Mesquite Ronnie Moore, Dallas Harriet Morgan, Arlington Duane Morris, Cleburne Gary Morris, Grand Prairie Rhonda Morris, Fort Worth John Morrison, Hurst Oscar Murphy, Dallas Richard Murphy, Dallas Thomas C. Murrell, Hurst Ronald McAfee, Fort Worth Wayne McCall, Irving lim McClellan, Dallas Denise McCorkle, Dallas lan McCormick, Arlington Terry McCreary, Arlington Bobby McCullough, Electra Gregory McDaniel, Mesquite W. R. McDearman, Amarillo Sharon McElroy, Grand Prair Scott McGinney, Arlington ie Robert McGIothlin, Grand Prairie Marvin McGregor, New Boston Ronald MoDougle, Dallas Louise McKenzie, Fort Worth Bryan McKinney, Arlington Jim McKnight, Fort Worth Stephen McKoy, Arlington Lynn McLarty, Los Angeles, California Tom McMahan, Irving John McMichael, Midlothian Ronald McQuinn, Irving John McRoberts, Arlington Larry McSpadden, Odessa Morris Narunsky, Dallas Hal Nesbitt, Fort Worth Sandy Ness, Dayton, Ohio ' 27' Hary Newsom, Irving - f ix 6. iq-:ff Tom Newsom, Fort Worth Robert Newton, Grand Prairie A-,Lie 'J Wade Newton, Houston 1 Robert Nickels, Bokchito, Oklahoma A Kathy Nelms, Fort Worth Ronal Nolan, Dallas lf?- 4 Wt? lxt ,Q-1. .,. Peggy Norman, Hurst Richard Norman, Dallas Carole Ogawa, Dallas Carol O'Kelley, Grand Prairie Nancy Oldham, Fort Worth Larry Oliver, Arlington '4E"" y f' 'Q-J " J v-' .. H., Li Q, , ,tx gfzff .-.L Luther Oliver, Denison g if X J li ltr- 'Z at if ' J A Woodrow Oliver, EI Dorado, Arkansas Kamran Ommidvarpour, Tehran, Iran Terry Oneal, Fort Worth Ronnie Orlando, Fort Worth Linda Ovrlck, Fort Worth Fred Owen, Fort Worth Donnaue Owens, Hurst Mary Owens, Arlington Warren Owens, lrving Bill Ozborn, Fort Worth Richard Page, Dallas Brady Pamplin, Marlin James Parker, Arlington Sandra Parris, Fort Worth Samuel Pate, Hurst Robert Patrick, Grand Prairie James Patterson, Fort Worth Alan Paul, Fort Worth Arla Jo Payne, Colorado City Ronald Peaden, Mineral Wells Johnny Pearcy, Houston Ruth Pendergrass, Dallas William Persky, Arlington Suzann Peterson, Arlington J 5 'fs A 1953 tugvrcf' 9-:A iw-2 in Q7 "'9' ling cheerleaders help to welcome freshmen at the Get- iuainted Party. U? , Cheers Greet Freshmen gg--is if ,... l'x N QT hiilsfrxgr-mtaqikfstst' , -r - . ., ,Qs ,.: f - n fs ag .Q f R, 47,1 df A A. K.. ,- L 4 'Q X f N M . mf '?I'?? t v i 74? 2 af ' 'ff' .. 5 '52, 1 gl A :BM x s ,W -bg as '7 . gt, .A 19 ,, .N t vw, f7 I if 'A yi' sr f f N is 244 f X. A 'ffl , ., :vv ffl' ' A F iilllwv Sv- A i xl X ' A iff' fr' lt 'zito Gr' Q .Q Armpx t0 Q.. Q . wvg, k,,.:'f3" ' " K A Lynn Petrelli, Fort Worth loe Phelps, Fort Worth Beverly Posey, Grand Prairie Ray Pottkotter, Dallas William Pounders, lr., New lack Powell, Fort Worth Charles Powers, Arlington Ronald Powers, Dallas Rex Prater, Balch Springs Frederic Pratt, Fort Worth Ann Price, Arlington Anita Prichard, Dallas Jimmy Pritchett, Dallas Anita Pulls, Dallas Jimmy Quevedo, Dallas William Ramick, Fort Worth George Rash, Fort Worth Ann Reagan, Cleburne Edward Reeves, Bonham lerry Rench, Fort Worth lane Reynolds, Lubbock Mary Rhea, Arlington Diana Alan Rice, Stevens Point, Wisconsin Donald Richardson, Naples Nancy Ricketts, Arlington Eillene Risinger, Dallas Ruby Rivers. Dallas Billy Robb, Dallas Rebel Enthusiasm Spills Over From Crowds .11-Q Q- W, 4,5 gun X- ,fs 'HJ lt J lag 1 'Q 6 -c-v '3S. 0' . X. Q .-N -Lit' 4 31 Mes. A --1. , fm af ' ' Xl Er. ' ' bf - C 4- 5- , 5, -., Cv ,,.,. fffa by E .ij ,.-, Y 75 1 - , I 1 N 'V WZ' i 4 ,fi X l , ' ' 'N ...J X 5' - :, ,F 3, 'K A' .:, gg QL as i 521 ..., ,ff- ,J ls .,- ,ss f"'x ',f-T 73.-A ti ,- fr- .xx f i 'Q-F' i5 N 4' 14" ax , 5 . .sg g 5- ts i 'R , ,if 1 5. . .vu as , id ,H 'aft I, ..,., , ap'- Q' . I 4 J- V, Din h 1, i 4' dl' N 6- , Q. Lg' ' Q' fi fy .li Horace Sharp, Dallas Steven Shaw, Dallas Quin Shepperd, Grand Prairie James Siebold, lrving Donald Sherrer, Durant Thomas Sifford, Hurst Roy Sikes, Dallas Warren Simi, Bedford John Sims, Dallas David Skipper, Newark Ann Smith, Hurst C. Drew Smith, Dallas Cindy Roberts, Fort Worth Diann Roberts, Fort Worth Linda Roberts, lacksboro James Robinson, Dallas Melvin Robinson, Fort Worth Patricia Robinson, -Arlington Rush Robinson, Arlington Donald Rocksted, Richardson Don Rogers, Hillsboro Jimmy Rogers, Petrolia Kay Rogers, Dallas Mike Rogers, Cleburne Thomas Rogers, Cedar Hill Fred Roland, Cisco Loyd Roland, Paris Dennis Rollans, Euless Don Rose, lrving James Rose, Dallas Bill Rosenberry, Arlington Gwendolyn Ross, Los Angeles, California Harold Ross, Fort Worth Angela Rotavista, Cali, Colombia Terrina Rush, Fort Worth Rusty Russell, Odessa Russell Ruyle, Dallas Paul Sakowski, Arlington Joseph Sandifer, Dallas Kenneth Sargent, Hurst Sandra Satterwhite, Dallas Andy Schellenberg, Dallas Phillip Schenk, Grand Prairie Leo Schindler, Dallas Billy Schulze, Malone Evelyn Seibert, Dallas David Sellers, Hurst James Shackelford, Fort Worth 43 X It .. IQ? vi. Y Ky? " Q Y '- 7- Q-'- T ...,. ra, ,MU C ? 'Q Z ' , V ,, gt lf- J J. 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'ff Rebel fans both the cheerleaders and the student body, display their approval of a winning basket. . t N NL, X "st N- 'rv 'Qt Donald Smith, Cleburne Dorothy Smith, Arlington James Smith, Azle Loren Smith, Dallas Michael Smith, Arlington Philip Smith, Fort Worth Ronald Smith, Dallas Charles Smithson, Grand Prairie Chuck Sokol, Hurst Sally Soldo, Dallas Michael Sorenson, Fort Worth Hugh Southall, Fort Worth Jerry Spanhel, Garland James Spillman, Irving Clark Sprake, Richardson Kenneth Springer, Midlothian Terrence Squires, Fort Worth James Starnes, Fort Worth Phil Starnes, Irving James Stegall, Duncanville Jack Sterling, Odessa Linda Sterner, Dallas Ronnie Stevens, Snyder Larry Stevenson, Dallas Sam Stevenson, Fort Worth Billy Stewart, Snyder Sheryl Stewart, Arlington William Stockton, Arlington Paul Stogsdill, Fort Worth Tommy Stone, Mansfield James Stroud, Maypearl Michael Stroud, Mineola James Sturges, Lancaster Charles Summers, Burleson Jett Switt, Fort Worth Douglas Sword, Dallas HxN??Y4?'..,. 1 WT" Arlington lyanka Taborsky, Arlington Nancy Tanner, Fort Worth Harold Taylor, Irving Lee Taylor, Dallas Laurel Tech, Chicago, Illinois Sharon Terrill, Arlington Raymond Theesfeld, Arlington James Thomas, Fort Worth Ronald Thomas, Fort Worth Andrew Thompson, Houston Dwight Thompson, Fort Worth Michael Thomas, Arlington lvlildred Thompson, Dallas Tommy Thompson, Granbury William Thompson, Dallas Robert Tigner, Whitney Tommy Timmons, Fort Worth Steve Tipps, Mineral Wells Carlos Tomas, La Habana, Cuba Roger Townsend, Denison John Trapani, Dallas John Travis, Arlington Lida Urie, Port lsabel Gary Vaught, Waxahachie Henry Veselka, Waco Corliss Vileta, Arlington Jim Vineyard, Grand Prairie Kay Visone, Sherman John Wacker, Dallas Judi Walden, Dallas Charles Walker, Dallas John Walker, Irving Luthur Walker, Houston Sidney Walker, Dallas Mary Walls, Dallas Linda Walters, Fort Worth Eddie Warfield, Fort Worth David Watson, Dallas Susan Watson, Fort Worth Lloy Weaver, Dallas Bob Webb, Dallas Roger Webb, Fort Worth Daniel Weedon, Arlington Dianita Welch, Fort Worth Dave Wells, Irving Charles West, Dallas Daniel Wewer, Irving Scott Wheeler, Fort Worth Brenda White, Atlanta, Georgia David White, Dallas David B. White, Irving Patricia White, Dallas Sammie Whitley, Bedford Jim Whorley, Mineral Wells 308 i Attending the Urban Affairs Conference are such noted personages as Speaker of the House Ben Barnes, former president of the Texas Electric Service Company Beeman Fisher, Congressman lim Wright, and ASC professor of business Bill Salam. mf.. , "riff . l Q.. 43 - T' A '- ' ' Us -..- f its Q-W - 'il br , g , fa 2' -, , 'W f""', -its 0 'QL f-f -' Pat Will, Houston Robert Willbanks, Seymour Fred Williams, Dallas Ralph Willoughby, Texas City . , if z It .F ,,,,i iw , X l Q , :JR 5 f ff 2 3? CS lbw mx 1 FN, 'Yf."" F ha, 1 A v xz2L1, f, ,MEF , K 1,5 X HH- 733 ' Q. an , , ,,,, , - ,' :iss 'ff :ff I ,Q 2- ' 4. '. .fa-.E K' lfwawwmwg ., it , . 'Q ,L - f- ' ', ' X-t is i ,, Q fat '. r ,J ti. , . , , - 3 ygy rt :iv W- 7. 8:31, si , i ,V I E was .I L i C' 5 A V x f. 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I X 3. 4-. ,Es 1 41" Carolyn Abbott, Irving Don Abernathy, Mesquite James Abt, Cleburne William Acker, Dallas 5, ie, it A 'H-sf' gr:- ii I is ls 2 .N ... 5: is 9' SQQQ 'Y wi-v '..-v' 5, vt A me - t,vw"3'f'x lliwt lim, Q Q" I- ' ei W 53 all My .5 ill N '1 . iff' ,M we .- kr ml 'Q V -' ac A bk," ' br' ,if r' is at tx lx ll ff get EL me as .4 W, ,..., - I i a . Q pw , 1 , i 'WN .-,N , :ix I VI' ,i 1 gh, f ,- iff If J", N . 4 .1, 31 ttvkssh 2 fs'f4'2es2f':s ' 1 aa .ae at- .51 -iff T gi The morning madness of the student center is somewhat diminished by late afternoon. Cynthia Adams, Glen Rose Ronald Addison, Fort Worth Edwin Aduddell, lr., Grand Prairie Joe Ahearne, Irving David Alexander, Fort Worth Kenny Alexander, Olney Robert Alford, Arlington Armon Lee Allen, Dallas Curtis Allen, Arlington Ronald Allen, Fort Worth Bob Alley, Arlington leannie Allison, Dallas Darrel Alsabrook, Dallas Darlene Anderson, Arlington Diane Anderson, Arlington Robert Anderson, Fort Worth Norman Anderton, Snyder Pamela Andreotta, Grand Prairie Theresa Anglen, Grand Prairie lames Ansley, Fort Worth Pam Artman, Everman Charles Armstrong, Sherman Ken Arnold, Fort Worth Marvin Arthur, Irving Natala Aschner, Dallas Barney Ash, Azle Connie Ashley, Houston Wayne Ashlock, Everman Harvey Atchison, Dallas Juanita Ayala, Dallas Guy Baird, lr., Palacius George Baker, lll, Victoria lenny Baker, Abilene Mark Baker, Dallas Ralph Baldridge, Arlington Luann Ballenger, Fort Worth 5 pal vous. 'T MJ"-..4,,, l HN Q Bodney Barber, Fort Worth lerry Barfield, Hurst Gary Bargas, Fort Worth Larry Barker, Fort Worth Scott Barker, Grand Prairie Bobby Barnes, Dallas Charlotte Barney, Arlington Lanny Bassham, Euless Vivian Bauer, Arlington Sam Baughman, Everman Mike Baylor, Houston Elaine Bean, Dallas Bita Bearden, Arlington Ricky Beasley, Irving Bruce Beduhah, Fort Worth Dwayne Beeler, Fort Worth Bobert Beeman, Burkburnett lim Beggs, Irving Susan Behnke, Fort Worth Mooyean Bell, Fort Worth John Bell, Dallas Peggy Bell, Fort Worth Larry Bennett, Dallas Carla Benson, Dallas Lawrence Beralek, Axtell lake Berkline, Dallas Pat Berryman, Dallas Flonald Bigelow, Dallas limmy Birchfield, Cleburne Allen Bishop, Dallas loanie Bixler, Arlington Bill Black, Irving Eugene Black, Midlothian Barry Blackburn, Mineral We lohn Blackstone, lrving lames Blackwell, Arlington David Blair, Arlington Judith Block, Arlington lackie Bloom, Dallas Carol Blount, Grand Prairie Karen Bond, Eastland Linda Bookout, Fort Worth Dan Boone, Fort Worth Dorcus Bosh, Dallas Plobert Bosher, Cedar Hill Michael Bouffard, Fort Worth Sheryl Bowden, Arlington Bobby Bowen, Fort Worth lerald Bovvrner, Euless Bonald Box, Fort Worth Lawrence Bradford, Cincinna Ernie Brady, Fort Worth Kenneth Bramlett, Fort Worth Bruce Brannon, Lancaster lls ti, Ohio 74 . 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A., ,, ky in K me f , bf 1 ,IX 43' xx eq' lx if 'thx X P ,. 119 'U' f A I X Daniel Branscum, Arlington Bobbye Bratcher, Fort Worth Sherry Breckenridge, Dallas Bonny Bridges, Grand Prairie Howard Britain, Arlington Bette Bronstad, Fort Worth Betty Brown, Dallas Carey Brown, Fort Worth Dennis Brown, Arlington Greg Brown, Arlington larnes Brown, Dallas Janette Brown, Grand Prairie John Brown, Fort Worth Kathy Brown, Fort Worth Prior to a game, Lacey Cindy Coulson helps Avo Susie Wine give instructions for having the Avolonte Flebel spirit sign. Clubs Boost Rebels xx - -- , 4 yew 'K in-'P Mary Brown, Fort Worth Roy Brown, Fort Worth Teresa Brown, Fort Worth Flonald Browning, Fort Worth Mary Bryant, Terrell Martha Buchanan, Plainview lo Lynn Buntin, Merkel Joe Burba, Dallas Pamela Burgess, Venus Barbara Burns, Fort Worth Bobby Burns, Wichita Falls Jack Burroughs, Fort Worth Ronald Burseen, Grand Prairie Gary Bussey, Arlington Bob Cain, San Antonio Alan Caldwell, Mesquite Sharon Camp, Arlington Gloria Campbell, Grand Prairie Kerry Campbell, Lancaster Sam Canup, Rockwall William Capps, Arlington Johnnie Carr, Hurst Perry Carr, Arlington Ray Carr, Granbury Judy Carrothers, Hurst Flobert Case, Grapevine Barry Casebeer, Irving Grady Casey, Muleshoe Barbara Cassada, Fort Worth George Cassidy, Dallas l. 533' 1- I 'wx 5 N tm X xl ix l 'I 1 X Bt l Bonnie Castleberry, Dallas Wanda Caudle, Arlington Fred Caver, Fort Worth Blanche Cervantes, Fluvanna lim Chamberlain, Fort Worth Hozea Chambers, Murchison Bonald Champion, Irving Larry Champlin, Hurst Bennie Chapman, Grand Prairie loe Chapman, Grand Prairie Sophomore John Clark finds something to do in his unoccupied moments as announcer for station KASC Aspiring Jockeys Nlan KASC R ,, S, l lf , -G- wi, it J ,.. x 3 ,JV i J , t , J - if is N' l it 1 X f E xl 1 EA X X Z ,iw its ,1- cs- Y, ..0 I l J ,Q ,f is -:' it P K fx st .rt 3 33,2 as v:,iw.:,. i ,L 1, ' a li mv, 6 'lim w Linda Chapman, Arlington Boy Chappell, Amarillo Steve Chapman, Dallas Beverly Charles, Dallas Jimmie Chatham, Marshall Mike Chelf, Austin Suzanne Chenowth, Dallas Beatrice Chism, Arlington lanetta Choate, Italy Robert Cisneros, Fort Worth Billy Clark, Irving John Clark, Irving Sharon Clark, Arlington Steve Clark, Grand Prairie Danny Claterbaugh, Carrollton Pat Cloughly, Arlington James Cochran, Fort Worth Gay Coleman, Fort Worth William Condon, Dallas Milton Conner, Arlington Patti Conner, Irving Joel Conway, Euless Christophe Cooper, Colorado City Yvonne Cooper, Fort Worth Howell Cooper, Fort Worth Sharon Copeland, Fort Worth Annabelle Corboy, Arlington Max Cormier, Irving Robert Coulson, Dallas Cathy Costello, Fort Worth Elaine Coville, Grand Prairie Carl Cox, Grand Prairie Judy Cox, Dallas William Craenns, Fort Worth Don Cranford, Dallas Danny Crawford, Grand Prairie Edward Crawford, Fort Worth Jon Crawford, Fort Worth Barry Cremer, Arlington Jerri Criswell, Fort Worth Laurence Culling, Texarkana Michael Cunningham, Denver, Colorado Randle Cunningham, Dallas lohn Curry, Crane Duce Dalton, Dallas Eric Dalton, Arlington Danny Danielson, Grapevine Anne Darland, Arlington Donna Darovich, Mesquite Morris Darwin, Kopperl James Davis, Dallas Guy Davis, Fort Worth Michael Davis, Dallas Paul Davis, Fort Worth Randolph Davis, Dallas Robert Davis, Cleburne Sharon Davis, Dallas Shirley Davis, Irving Mike Dawley, Mansfield loan Dawson, Rockwall Glenn Day, Mansfield Michael Day, Dallas Penny DeBusk, Fort Worth Eligio Dela Cruz, lr., Florence David DeLaughter, Dallas Grady Deloach, Dallas Linda Dempsey, Arlington Lynn Denson, Dallas lohn Derczo, Dallas Daniel Dias, Grand Prairie Rita Dickerson, Richardson William Dickson, Dallas lames Dixson, Fort Worth lohn Dillon, Duncanville Charles Dobbs, Dallas Diane Dodgen, Arlington lohn Doerr, Cleburne Frank Dominguez, Fort Worth Paula Dorsey, Hurst Erceal Doty, Abilene Wayne Drews, Waco Michele Dubic, Grand Prairie Donald Duncan, Fort Worth Beverly Dunn, Fort Worth Duane Dunson, Stephenville lohn Dupuy, Kansas City, Kansas William Dwight, Fort Worth lohn Dycus, Fort Worth Bobby Easom, Dallas Robert Eastlake, Wichita Falls Sue Eddleman, Gustine Terry Edwards, Fort Worth Fred Eichenberger, Fort Worth Elizabeth Einhaus, Arlington Sandra Elbel, Schertz Don Elliott, Dallas Marcia Elliott, Grandview Richard Elliott, Dallas Terri Elliott, Arlington Kathryn Elridge, Fort Worth Marie Elza, Arlington Gayla Endicott, Irving Bobby England, Dallas William Epps, Dallas Ayse Erdogdu, Istanbul, Turkey Gerald Erickson, Bedford Tom Erwin, Dallas Florentino Esquivel, lr., Dallas l l i Lab Utilizes Design Theories dv- 4..- , , xr, 2555 ' x . 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'Wh 5. -.Ks A NX 1 vw- " ,J .., f 'S ,fr fl an .io rg.. 5... ,aww fx GA 43' ,, Q: f R is ' V N295 ' J ,-f 5, JJ . 'va , , - If 1 a. f r f N 1 mai: P va f 4: 8 at J x rg Jon Estes, Vernon Terry Eudaley, Fort Worth Jimmy Everett, Fort Worth Andrea Everitt, Bowie Charles Fain, Dallas James Falls, Daingerfield Gary Fenoglio, Fort Worth Janet Fisher, Rio de Janeiro UQ' I' r , t ,uw-M4 ,t.'g 5.t.. ., ll in ,, , , wtf 1 if J A fl get U Nrljrwk ,, I A Wow . ' 'Www Brazil John Fitio, Fort Worth James Fitzgerald, Arlington Richard Flatt, Fort Worth Felixa Florence, Grand Prairie Billy Floyd, Monahans Patrick Flusche, Dallas Carolyn Foit, Dallas Frieda Forcht, Arlington Cheryl Ford, Arlington Linda Ford, Fort Worth Jack Foreman, Fort Worth Phyllis Fowler, Dallas Judy Franklin, Dallas Jacque Frazell, Dallas Darold Freeman, Fort Worth Fiita Frey, Fort Worth Michael Frye, Fort Worth Sherry Furgeson, Arlington 3 Q U. N, nl. 11' P ,Y , ,,,, , , The musical cadence of the ASC Flebel Band heads up the halftime of each home game. William Gatlin, Fort Worth Jessie Gavia, Fort Worth Mary Zane Gayler, Mineral Wells Tommy Geddie, Lancaster Mike Gentry, Fort Worth David George, Columbus John George, Arlington George Giallorenzo, Fort Worth Kathy Gibbs, Fort Worth Gary Gibbons, Garland Larry Lee Gibson, Dallas Terry Gilbert, Fort Worth Gayla Gilley, Dallas Susan Gillham, Bedford Calvin Girvin, Colorado City Barbara Glynn, Fort Worth Robert Gnuse, Dallas Jack Golden, Hurst Band Opens Half Time Janet Furstenberg, Dallas Jimmy Gaddis, Austin Angela Gafford, Dallas Dorothy Gage, Fort Worth Thom Gamble, Fort Worth Mary Ellen Gann, Waco Susan Gant, Fort Worth Sharon Garrett, Grand Prairie Victor Garza. San Antonio Johnny Gaskill, Richardson ,Q- ' X ' ff Q, .fx N, i 2 .,, 1 , Q5 Nw- A5 7' -- J w s . 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AIA 1 , Eleanore Goldie, Fort Worth Billy Goodale, Fort Worth Frank Goodman, Irving Mel Goldman, Dallas Linda Goodman, Irving Lee Goodwin, Midlothian Barbara Gostomski, Arlington Mike Graham, Grand Prairie Grady Green, Dallas Tommy Greene, Mineral Wells Jerry Gregory, Dallas Larry Griffin, Emory Weldon Grisham, Fort Worth Patricia Groody, Fort Worth Rexanne Grove, Hurst Robert Grubbs, Grand Prairie Ken Hagood, Comanche Mike Haines, Dallas Michael Hale, Wylie Stephen Hale, Cincinnati, Ohio Robert Hall, Houston Dudley Hamilton, Cleburne Jan Hamilton, Fort Worth Lawrence Hamlin, Grapevine Linda Hamilton, Fort Worth William Hamilton, Dallas Jim Hampton, Arlington James Hardin, Fort Worth Janet Hardin, Dallas Mike Hardin, Fort Worth Sandra Hardin, Dallas Lewis Harding, Hurst Bill Hardisty, Arlington Candy Harnage, Fort Worth Larry Harp, Everman Shirley Harpster, Arlington Rankin Harrelson, Grand Prairie Lynda Harris, Dallas Glenn Harrison, Lampasas Bill Hart, Lancaster Linda Hart, Hurst Loren Hart, Arlington Bill Hartwell, Garland Linda Harvey, Brady Parviz Hashemi, Iran James Haverkorn, Fort Worth Michael Hawkins, Dallas Henry Hawley, Grand Prairie Carol Hayes, Dallas Janet Heidt, Arlington Jean Heidt, Arlington Gretchen Helm, Colorado City Horace Henderson, Dallas Paul Henderson, Denison Ronald Hendrlckson, Arlrngton Sharon Hendrix, Fort Worth Don Hennrg, Dallas Lrnda Henson, Arlrngton Torn Henson, Waco Glorla Herring, Hrllsboro Weldon Hlcklln, Dallas Sandra Huggins, Irvlng lames Hlll, Abilene Linda Hull, Waco Sandra Hllland, El Paso Norman Hlpple, Fort Worth lamle Hobbs, Dallas Margle Hobbs, Mansfleld Don Hodde. Dallas Richard Hoeckendort, lrvlng ludy Holland, Fort Worth lvllke Holloway. Dallas Barbara Hollowell, Dallas Blll Holmes, Arlrngton Margaret Holmes. Dallas Donna Hobson, Grand Prarrre Thomas Horton, Dallas Whatley Horton, Dallas Grady Housewrlght, Hurst Harry Houston, Arllngton loe Houston, Palo Prnto Phillip Howell, Dallas Sonny Howell, Arlrngton Dave Hoxworth, Dallas John Hubbard. Dallas Hay Hubbard, Dallas Danny Huckabee, Colleyvrlle Charles Huggins, Fort Worth lohn Huggins, Dallas Hunter Huqhes, Arllngton Ralph Hughes, Arlrngton Sarah Hull, Fort Worth Dennis Hultsman, lrvrng Ton: Humphries, Bloornrng Grove Dennis Hunt, Fort Worth Phillip Hunt, Fort Worth Michael Hurn, Dallas Norma Hurst, Fort Worth Martln lmwalle, Dallas Laurie Innes. Arlrngton Don Isaacs, Fort Worth Charles Irvin. Grand Pralrle Kaye lvy, Arlrngton Davld lackson, Ourtman lorla lackson, Grand Prarrre LaVon Jackson, lrvrng Floqer lackson, Dallas Frank lacob. 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Jonne Jones, Dallas Judy Jones, Houston Bonald Jones, Dallas Susan Jones, Arlington Tommie Jones, Dallas Larry Jordan, Dallas Patty Kalan, Arlington Kay Karr, Dallas Greg Kent, Arlington Karolyn Kerl, Dallas Richard Key, Arlington Bassim Khoury, Beirut, Lebanon Randall Kildow, Fort Worth Janis Kimberling, Fort Worth Becky James, Dallas Scott Jamieson, Arlington Shirley larred, Winnsboro Bill Jeanes, Fort Worth Stephen Jiles, Cleburne David Johnson, Fort Worth James Johnson, Lake Dallas Larry Johnson, Fort Worth Nancy Johnson, Fort Worth Phil Johnson, Wichita Falls Weldon Johnson, lrving David Jones, Fort Worth Observant game-goers can witness not only the Flebel foot ball team but also the unorthodox antics of the cheerleaders With Bonfire Charles Kingan, Houston Garey Kirk, Fort Worth Sheila Knutson, Brady Bernice Kopp, Arlington Janet Kovvar, Fort Worth Al Kraft, Grand Prairie Kenneth Kunkel, Arlington Larry Lacefield, Grand Prairie Jimmy Lackey, Irving Ronnie Lackey, Irving Karen Lam, Arlington Charles Lambert, Carrollton Walter Lambert, Waco Richard Lamothe, Lubbock Michael Lamp, Irving Marsha Land, Fort Worth David Lanford, Fort Worth Linda l-ang, Arlington Richard Lang, Arlington Grady Langley, Fort Worth Charlotte Lapington, Dallas Janice Latham, Fort Worth Leota Leal, Dallas Marvin Lee, Carbon Larry Leggett, Fort Worth Jim Leith, Fort Worth Anne Lemmons, Arlington John Lemond, Fort Worth Larry Lewis, Fort Worth Earlene Lilly, Dallas Patty Lipinski, Richardson Henry Lipstraw, Lake Dallas James Lively, Dallas James Livermore, Fort Worth Eric Lockhart, Dallas Mary Lohrman, Dallas Bernard Long, Dallas Kenneth Long, Denton Jerry Lowe, Dallas Doris Lovvrie, Irving Jerry Luckett, Dallas Keith Luft, Waco Joyelene Lutes, Arlington Danny Lynch, Fort Worth Sheila Lynch, Arlington David Lynn, Fort Worth Ronald Lyons, Dallas Joe Maberry, Dallas S r R I Joseph Kimbrough, Fort Worth Judy Kincaid, Pampa Robert King, Fort Worth 5- ,X ,,-. 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A Walter Manser, Dallas Edmond Mantooth, Irving Karen Marazzini, San Antonio Lindy Markham, Dallas Glenn Marques, Grand Prairie James Marshall, Dallas William Marshall, Fort Worth Diane Martin, Arlington Robert Martin, Dallas 'tt 'M' A N 'W' Stephen Martin, Fort Worth Sunnye Martin, Midland wg Pete Martinez, Wylie ' Nah-v",t 3 , 1 -llmt lf, t , Doug Maryak, Arlington Howard Massey, Fort Worth Michael Massengale, Fort Worth - I YZ., fr- Ginger Mathews, Fort Worth lerry Mathis, Dallas Flonald Matthews. Waxahachie Two Vaqueros take their turn in a vigil watch of the bonfire wood. igwmf .,' .Ni,,xn.M I . i lynx .45 gy, . W 1 ,A Yu , in 'pasta ,, ' ,X X ,v .vvV' V, rr' ' N". - -x ' gf Q ,' m ' ' A "w- - v1.,:,Q I T13 A - f , ' l' -, 'ef' QF? ' A ws- X ' ' 1 ... aMfY"lM.d 1 ,.-"' - '- Disguised as Indians, members of the ASC Swimming Team cavort in the Homecoming Parade Swimmers Romp In Homecoming Parade William Milkie, Dallas Bobby loe Miller, Arlington Q ' 'FT Chris Miller, Arlington ' -- David Miller, Canton lanelle Miller, Fort Worth John Miller, Bedford Robert Miller, Dallas Ron Miller, Irving Ruth Miller, Dallas Stanley Miller, Arlington Carol Milliren, Fort Worth Diana Mills, Bowie In 1 Q.. I L23 'A Ronald Matson, Fort Worth Jackie Mayfield, Pilot Point Donald Mayo, Waco John Meade, Sherman Williams Mecay, Denton George Medlen, Olney Clayton Melanson, Fort Worth lack Melton, Cleburne Louis Mendez, Dallas Claudia Meyer, Fort Worth Richard Meyer, Dallas David Michels, Fort Worth Beverly Mickel, Arlington Daniel Milam, Bedford ' +5 if KN, 6- ., . ' W 2 I X X r 'X 45711 tr I l QL CQ 6- .--. S, 9' xv" T-ww Q ,LIX in-' AMI X vw, Q' -1--4+ i- A I 'Lf 1 65. 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C ,3 YSC' " g, A 5 ,,, .- -is-' XM., ,V 17,1 E x, 4 ,f i +.., J 1 - 4'3" ff 1 .I , I if Scott Mills, Fort Worth Marla Mitchell, Kaufman Thomas Mitchell, Bridgeport Gary Modgling, Weatherford Asyncion Molina, I-Iargill John Monroe, Weatherford Mary Ann Montgomery, Colora Jeanette Monzingo, Arlington Raymond Moore, Fort Worth Travis Moore, Arlington Beth Morelan, O'DonneII Lynelle Morelock, Hurst Dennis Morris, Dallas Glenn Morris, Mount Vernon Judy Morris, Dallas Larry Morris, Duncanville Paula Morris, Arlington Sherry Morris, Fort Worth Tim Morris, Fort Worth Linda Morosky, Dallas Larry Morrow, Garland John Morse. Dallas Paul Morrow, Garland Montgomery Morrow, Garland Kerry Moseley, Fort Worth Jana Moser, Fort Worth Wilford Mosley, Waxahachie Carla Moss, Arlington James Mott, Dallas Jeff Mudgett, Palestine Carl Mulcahy, Seguin Jimmy Mulholland, Fort Worth Donna Mullin, Dallas Ruth Mullin, Cleburne Ronnie Munday, Lampasas Robert Murry, Jr., Gatesville Rosemary Murray, Dallas Sandra Murray, Dallas Dewey Myers, Munday Patricia Myers, Irving Priscilla Myers, Irving Charlie McCall, Fort Worth Gregory McCall, Dallas John McCarroll, Arlington Carol McCarthy, Fort Worth Fred McClendon, Odessa George McCombs, Irving Joseph McCoy, Arlington William McCraw, Arlington David McCulloch, Avalon Jean McDade, Grand Prairie Robert McDaniel, Fort Worth Steve McElroy, Dallas Lee McGlasson, Dallas do City James McKeage, Dallas Tommy McKenney, Dallas Henry McKinney, Fort Worth William McKinney, Dallas Austin McLaughlin, Fort Worth Jerry McLaughlin, Weatherford Larry McNeeley, Kerens Suzanna McNatt, Fort Worth Lana McNeilly, Fort Worth Donald McPherson, Grand Prairie James McQuerry, Fort Worth Robert McRee, Fort Worth Michael McVean, Cleburne Benjamin McWilliams, Dallas Joyce McWilliams, Dallas Donald Nabours, Fort Worth Mike Naeve, Fort Worth Arthur Nagy, Wheeling, W. Va. Barbara Nauert, Grand Prairie Alan Neace, Fort Worth Jane Neeley, Alvarado Charles Nelson, Irving Alan Neuschwander, Bedford Tommy Newsom, Irving Cheryle Newsome, Dallas Elizabeth Nichols, Fort Worth John Nichols, Dallas Charles Nichols, Fort Worth Royce Nickell, Glen Rose Ronald Nickels, Bokchito, Oklahoma Fred Nickols, Dallas Charles Nix, Dallas Larry Nix, Seagoville Van Nguyen, Saigon, South Vietnam Sara Norris, Fort Worth Dinah Norton, Arlington Edward Nowaski, Arlington Robert Oliver, Dallas Curtis Opperman, Three Rivers Thomas O'Kelley, Grapevine Jerry Osborne, Irving Robert E. Otta, Euless Robert Overton, Fort Worth Chester Owens, Dallas Mickey Oxford, Gilmer Neysa Page, Arlington Phyllis Pakan, Shamrock Cheri Palfi, Arlington Sharon Pannell, Fort Worth Terry Pardo, Waco John Parfait, Dallas Craig Parker, Baltimore, Md. Nancy Parker, Arlington Patricia Parker, Arlington 'ST' U, Fe fn I l G 45 ' laik bw J 23 i2,,.93f My , 'Y H3 45 5 , 1, ' , 9 , .L '59 ,.,- W , ikf 53' ,,, f"U.,w , 'rr i f l ':f?573f,iif.2g?f5-' A A ug' is 1 5 X qi l F I 1' X -cs Aa.- .bl J, " 1?- Qf 'X Q .x ff QW 'ND G 0 'X .f S- i,,4:W'. in ' -"Ll ' x ,L .. - . W 3 fa... -. '22-Qv . 3' 'Xi-1, 'Sw me-' ,iw-s4,iif2sir,.f .x-Qhi-Tn-'n 'eh IS 48. gfif' .W 9 J. ampu Jobs Offered wr ' Q A 5, ,Vi , ff' , V R? l f i :A , P , . . a .M fx: :,. D.: ' v ,mwkif-w-fl NN W ,, ,ii 'C"'f ' 5, Q, 'QT-5 'lf ,. 'sw IJ' Slew 11 f z I YR IVV'- wl I mx rx ' f 'be ms. -Lx 6 ww' FQ. -npw.vN 2 , , "hw . "' ,, il wx' Q faux xg - qi: WlX , fi 42 2' K' N '21 vc- 7 4-3. 8- 5' P' 52 fy ,455 f it J 5 M Q 4 X 53. 'fa ' 5 6, V. 222 ' Q I ass lx 3 K1 ' A K ,AA H ffgzlt t, k K Q4 Yf w Q H. K -'f- ,QP A I F ? is ., , - t 8 , ' xjgz fy., ' 1. I l i l 1 A :Q 4rQ-L l lf ' i Stephen Parker, Fort Worth Barbara Parks, Houston Linda Parnell, Fayetteville, Pa. lack Parshall, Irving Tommy Patterson, Dallas lohn Payne, Dallas Larry Payne, Arlington lalane Pearcy, Dallas Michael Peavler, Fort Worth lack Peck, Waco David Peery, Gainesville Massud Pelaseyed, Teheran, I Linda Pendergrass, Dallas Doyal Perry, Lewisville Stan Perry, Grand Prairie David Peterson, Arlington Daniel Phillips, Arlington Joe Phillips, Grand Prairie Lovell Phillips, Joshua Flay Phillips, Fort Worth DeAnna Pickett, Arlington lim Peir, Terrell Peter Pierce, Arlington Theresa Pilotte, Fort Worth Dennis Pitts, Fort Worth Greg Plechus, Fort Worth Karen Pollard, Dallas Sandi Polovkas. Grapevine A Relay of Research . -,A , - -Q: V. ff, of . 5- 'X ki 4: - ', ' , 'vw' , ' 'na' 5 fx wx, ,Q "' ti '3' J re: -gs is np. v .NW .. ihtkar. ' mm A X. i.ih2.P'aK1 1' -Y Q . ,- ,xx A 1- CW 'N K 3 i f P! Ai A N ,- fir , 'iifl.'i TJF.-'ffl' ' 5' . V . sunk' V 4. 'S ,. ' f '- . 'ar 4 ,. .. x,'f'L eww. aw 'S' Ll, ' Qfmilx If L' , . K J S- ! A of., as s 1 els I fl Mike Pontremole, Strawn Nina Popoff, Dallas Jimmie Poston, Irving James Pottinger, Dallas Ronald Powell, Fort Worth Ronnie Powell, Fort Worth Charles Precopia, Grand Prairie Michael Prescher, Fort Worth ,-'81, ,ff f ' it Jin 6' f- - X QW? Y' ' , ,Q at , 0.- f 1. ,- pvsas Q-fx f.,,R ' 2 F' - J.. i ' , X -'A '3 5' tg' i '.' QQ. 'r 'vu if - , 1 . Qlqi 1 gl, i i i ..,. 1' 2: f. f +f . xi: , .-Lvl 'N Y . wiser" ml'-J 7 :Nil ff t , iilrisiii :NSW L 6- sa. rm 1, ' . 154, V: .mfrlr 342-s -s . ,+L , 3,5- if' Qian-'s-, X is X V' x is 5? ' Ye, X 8223 sd, ,,. , .,, vga W 5. fp Km K Q N 4 Hs- f .szfff r ..'f. , CR' .aiu 43545 sis ,ei Eugene Preston, Hooks Gayle Prestridge, Arlington Kenneth Price, Southmayd Richard Prince, Dallas Ronald Pyle, Dallas Jeannette Raffetto, Dallas Donna Rake, Pampa Sylvia Ramsey, Dallas Bernard Rathmell, Mesquite Larry Ratliff, Grand Prairie Donald Rawe, Arlington Roger Ray, Fort Worth Sherra Rayfield, Arlington Terry Redman, Niles, Michigan Deborah Reed, Fort Worth Warner Reeder, Fort Worth Philip Reeves, Dallas Vicky Reimer, Waco Ross Reinwald, Fort Worth Dale Reisfield, Dallas Sally Remeur, Bedford Elaine Reynolds, Arlington Dalton Rhea, Arlington Esta Rice, Arlington Janice Rice, McLean, Virginia Larry Richards, Fort Worth Mike Richardson, Irving Harvey Richey, Azle Eddie Rickman, Dallas Mary Anne Richmond, Fort Worth John Riddle, Denton Beverly Riggall, Dallas Dana Rittiman, San Antonio Kenneth Riza, Cleburne Brian Robbins, Dallas Gary Robinson, Garland iii! Paul S. Blakney schools students in the methods of journalism. Janis Robinson, Dallas Randa Robinson, Fort Worth Charlotte Robison, Fort Worth David Rodgers, Fort Worth Bert Roseland, Houston Joseph Rowe, Arlington Hilda Rudd, Fort Worth Rick Ruhman, Dallas lames Rupard, Garland Mike Russell, Dallas Sarah Ryrnal, Dallas Cynthia Saffarrans, Arlington John St. Denis, Irving Phil St. Marie, Fort Worth Tamiko Saito, Tokyo, Japan Challys Samsill, Keller R. Wayne Sanders, Fort Worth Connie Sanderson, Fort Worth lan Sanford, Arlington Felix Saucedo, Dallas Huey Saulsberry, Fort Worth Kip Saunders, Arlington Paul Schattman, Fort Worth Pat Schelper, Fort Worth Cathy Schmitt, Dallas Tom Schneider, El Campo Toni Schneider, Arlington Kenneth Schrunsher, Fort Worth lon Schuman, Fort Worth Roger Schutte, Dallas Judy Scroggin, Arlington Steve Scudder, Graford Steve Seate, Fort Worth Edwin Seghers, Fort Worth Niksaied Seifollahi, Teheran, lran William Sells, Mansfield Art Serrano, Fort Worth lames Service, Fort Worth William Sexton, Dallas Brack Shaver, Knox City Dennis Shaw, Canton Gary Shaw, Fort Worth Baymond Shaw, Fort Worth W. D, Shepard, Arlington Bonnie Sherman, Fort Worth Laverne Shields, Dallas David Shipman, Hurst William Short, Dallas Tim Shropshire, Austin Martha Siar, Dallas Ernest Siefert, San Antonio Marie Simmons, Dallas Margaret Sims, Euless Nancy Sims, Alvarado Bichard Sims, Cleburne Bill Skelton, Irving Mike Skidmore, Fort Worth loe Skipper, Fort Worth Bill Slusser, Arlington B, L. Smith, Fort Worth Bradley Smith, Dallas Charlotte Smith, Arlington Christia Smith, Fort Worth Cora Lee Smith, Fort Worth Aided by a microphone, Flayford L. Hoyle professor of chemistry lectures in the Science Hall to a class of around 200 students 7' fn 4 x l'z 1 i ws . .. ,,. , -xv -5:11:31 , 5. gs-ffl:-h -if , -N ., 'J' Y S Ei E if 'r t , t ecture Hall Accommodates 200 Q , J . X so f: 5: .C A X 1- t-, -V. 21 9 sri l-A ' N4 and Z ' Q, Q' W Q' N 'in- ,N K EX? ,, A., 2, - XX 5 Jin- J 100' .-X " ,N '1 4 3: - Qarwii -K ,W , s. an-,. , 4 ' f 1 it -G1 AJ 1 I i ,fa aj 'A , fai r, r- N ' Q.. -r is-ig f ww' If . L, A b , J, ID- J 'cv L vig. 'Si iw- s . 3 , Ks' 1:3-"r ,' MW j rf' I i CA -7. 5, 'Q fab- lf, , wwf 'Af' gf 2' l 1 A ,..4 1 -I--QitQ13..,ff' AW. L 'w. ,,,, ,LEW V, Q 5 Viqg ljf K t W X, .- L elf ,vi fn - f- ,L - 54-ar 'Q 'G 3 J. ' it "" -ft . vii! I W' . sa 'rl q 5 . , K ,V I egg! lf: 1 X 1 .., , , , , , ,,,- ,f- . N. .P 1 V. i M , 4' ,, 75 , - - 'i R' , i,q tae, - QW5 eg ,Q S' .M LJ ' Q., -Sf. , , 6.1, Iii, - J WM , as 1 4 Xi A --- l 1 f ,S 41' , i aww- 4-. if ff' V B., 4 E kr, Q '.V "':': ff gf lf A G' g sr, gg? it it X .. J I f Dale Smith, Fort Worth Frances Smith, Grand Prairie George Smith, Fort Worth Larry Smith, Grand Prairie Merrilee Smith, Fort Worth Richard Smith, Burleson Shari Smith, Fort Worth Sidney Smith, Grand Prairie W. E. Smith, Fort Worth Howard Smolleck, Grand Prairie Anne Snodgrass, Smithfield Dallas Snyder, Dallas Howard Snyder, Hurst Sue Snyder, Mesquite Eden Soliz, Garland Scotty Somers, Dallas David Sopko, Fort Worth Michael Sowers, San Francisco, Calif John Sparks, Fort Worth Nina Sparks, Eddy Tommy Spellman, Dallas Earl Spiegel, Lancaster Jimmy Spitzer, Meridian Georganne Spoon, Grand Prairie Marcie Spradlin, Irving Boger Springer, Arlington George Squibb, Hurst Charles Spurgeon, Tyler Bill Stahnke, Grand Prairie Michael Stamps, Houston David Stedman, Bowie Gayle Steen, Dallas David Stephens, Jr., Dallas Jennifer Stephen, Strawn Steve Stevens, Fort Worth William Stevenson, Fort Worth Dawn Stewart, Dallas John Stewart, Dallas Johnny Stewart, Irving Michael Stifolter, Grand Prairie Gary Stiles, Fort Worth Pamela Stockstill, Arlington Michael Story, McKinney Wayne Story, Coppell Bill Stracener, Dallas Nolan Strahan, Duncanville Jim Strawther, Kirbyville Bettye Stripling, Dallas Curtis Strittmatter, Fort Worth Barbara Stuart, Dallas John Sudds, Dallas Arthur Sullivan, Harlingen Henry Summerall, Lancaster Barbara Supulver, Fort Worth William Swaftord, Arlington Roberta Swain, Arlington Dan Swanson, Plainview lohn Swint, Fort Worth William Sykora, Megargel Susan Tabor, Dallas Mark Tarletz, Dallas Pat Taylor, Breckenridge Hank Terrell, Arlington Gloria Terry, Dallas Tim Terry, San Antonio Lowell Theesfeld, Arlington Bobby Thomas, Dallas James Thomas, Groesbeck Jimmy Thomas, Greenville John Thomas, Arlington Stephen Thomas, Fort Worth Dan Thompson, Pecos Mark Thompson, Fort Worth Benny Throne, Fort Worth Earl Tidvvell, Arlington Norman Tindall, Lancaster Lee Toal, Fort Worth Gary Trietsch, Fort Worth John Trimble, San Antonio Vicki Trimble, lrving Diane Tucker, Fort Worth Hayden Tucker, Joshua Richard Tucker, Fort Worth Janet Turnbow, Phoenix, Arizona Terry Tyler, Arlington Alexia Urban, Fort Worth Robert Vander Wiel, Dallas Nathan Vandermeer, Fairbanks, Alaska Peggy Van Dorn, Liberty George Van Dyke, Arlington Delores Vargas, Fort Worth Jack Venable, Waxahachie Mary Ellen Venturi, Strawn Ellen Victor, Fort Worth Phyllis Vinson, Denison Paul Vinton, Dallas David Vogel, Arlington Milton Vrla, Dallas Walter Waggoner, Dallas William Wagner, Dallas Gerald Waite, Dallas Tommy Waldrop, Arlington Robert Walker, Talco Mike Wallace, Irving Thomas Wallace, Irving Karen Waller, Dallas Richard Waller, Colleyville Myron Walters, Hurst Float' Plows Down West Street xi if , T" A f J -f it ,1 1 'f?'3'M'i " A 'J iQ l i. ln.f.L.l - h i f x J. J :Q .J X aj Y fl -t'- I , lt l xi l 1 TT' 'N 45 Ji ct -,,.. Q1 T A T all 1 fx gg. I j 1+ f, ur. yi' gl' 'TWP A 'Tr' 1 'Z li . X XS 22 ,,,, - , Q L A X ' l Q wi? 3 A l f ,,' x -Ji :fV' e 1Q 1 X S A! U. sf A X l 5- J i ' M CJ ,,. f--- -r. ,-556' V 4"" ttf WN X, Les Choisies pledges add humor to the array of Homecoming floats, -Q vs l f m, X Q . 'F' ,t fjx f l K V X sr a-W 1 as 1li j .ff A it f .. A 'H "5 1 'Q in s... Howard Walton, Arlington lim Waltrip, Fort Worth Carolyn Ward, Fort Worth lames Ward, Van Alstyne David Ware, Arlington Linda Ware, Arlington John Washburn, Fort Worth Michael Wasik, Fort Worth dimfflil NEH ":::' XZ' inn llhlliiltoil 1 wr, ' ,vn ,Q,, B .4' ' Z' "i' K , gs .Av r , tt. f ffm RAKEj ANS 5 Sammy Watkins, Grand Prairie Mary Weadon, Hico Anita Weaver, Dallas Jinx Weedon, Glen Rose Russell Weik, Fort Worth Gene Weiler, Fort Worth Larry Weir, Arlington Mary Ellen Wells, Arlington Charles Werner, Irving Raymond West, Cleburne Linda Wester, Lancaster Ronnie Whitaker, Fort Worth Boyce White, Fort Worth Darlene White, Waco Kenny White, Dallas Michael White, Rochester, N. Y Sandra White, Dallas Peggy Widaman, Ft. Walton Beach Fla 1' x Gary Wilkerson, Fort Worth Dennis Williams, Duncanville lan Williams, Georgetown Kent Williams, Cleburne Paul Williams, Fort Worth Thomas Willis, Dallas Charles Wilson, Cleburne Franklin Wilson, Fort Worth Cathie Wincovitch, Arlington Susie Wine, Arlington Harry Winters, Euless lackie Winters, Dallas Flobert Wisdom, Kaufman William Wise, Hurst Tommy Witt, Fort Worth Glen Wood, Fort Worth Warren Wood, Fort Worth Georgia Woodard, Fort Worth Dale Woods, Fort Worth Glenda Woolard, Alvarado Michael Woolsey, Fort Worth Arthur Worley, lr., Fort Worth Conrad Wredberg, Dallas Jackie Wright, Dallas Thomas Wright, Arlington Robert Wirtz, Fort Worth Susan Wurzbach, Fort Worth Brent Young, Fort Worth Clay Youngblood, Dallas Eleta Younkin, Arlington LeeAnne Zacha, Fort Worth Frank Zelenuk, Arlington Cheryl Zelt, Fort Worth Flobert Zemenick, Grand Prairie Flaymond Zips, Fort Worth Zolton Zsohar Waxahachie cadets Drill Weekly ,K at 1 . 1 i Randy Widaman, Fort Worth 4, i - D' , Lf' Bonny Wilbanks, Athens T' M i ge. Barbara Wilcox, Euless 'K q Michael Wilemon, Arlington Q- . fm K l Nl ll al. . f if ' f- L i sa, ,ow , gi s- Q, ' N .'. Eff! l ffxifh it l:-.-fl no f 3 A 5 ' -,A A 1 J 1, ,. "7 , N I 4,611 , W. ,-Al-2554214 r L , ' 5 6 452 .7 A I N lxpvvv ::, U W ', ' 15. , l -5- if rf gf: 7' E f 'rig-5 , 1-rv DQR " ' 3 ' N 'S ' ' C ' K f M I I P.. .fri as , i , Rai XY. . ,Hr ,y an W v 1 J C E 4' gif. y t.: M l , i., l mf f I I N ' r 9 fl. f "' l- " 1: ' ' A I if RRR WI i ,.,,,. ' T l:'l' .',-i ' A ' QI" ,f X , 'ar , ,Y X I x Q . I - ,A - 5 . Av' 1 ' 0 f N-f Military Cadets file down to the football field for a weekly drill, l ,1 .f"' 5 1- s ' A' 'K fn, -A ,- ,Dx ,, X ' X FRESHIVIEN if ,,. . f! ff Q 1 f Ginda Abraham, Fort Worth lack Abraham, Dallas Elene Acuf'f, Fort Worth Arthur Adams, Grand Prairie Patricia Adams, Fort Worth Roger Adams, Arlington lack Adkins, Dallas Mike Aillet, Houston Teresa Airhart, Arlington Pam Akey, Hurst Flonald Albertson, Fort Worth Marc Alderdice, Fort Worth Lecil Alexander, Gillett, Arkansas Mark Alexander, Dallas Robert Algood, Mabank B. L. Alholm, Grapevine Connie Allen, Duncanville Donnie Allen, Fort Worth Frank Allen, Duncanville Gary Allen, Victoria Marcia Allen, Arlington Sherry Allen, Fort Worth Curtiss Aman, lrving lan Ammons, Fort Worth Bill Anderson, Arlington James Anderson, Fort Worth Marie Anderson, Dallas Boy Anderson, Arlington Steve Anderson, Mesquite Thomas Anderson, Fort Worth Franciene Andrews, Fort Worth Susan Applewhite, Fort Worth Steve Ard, Fort Worth Ellen Armstrong, Arlington Elizabeth Ashbrook, Fort Worth Gregg Ashe, Fort Worth ludy Ashley, Arlington Nina Atherton, Fort Worth lim Atkins, Clarksville Linda Atkins, Grand Prairie Charles Austin, San Angelo lacque Austin, Arlington Robin Austin, Irving Stanley Austin, Fort Worth William Austin, Columbia, Kentucky Nancy Baack, Fort Worth Kenneth Baccus, Fort Worth Fred Backus, Dallas Bill Bailey, Frederick, Oklahoma Nancy Bailey, Arlington lo Dora Baird, Fort Worth lames Baker, Fort Worth Ginger Balentine, Dallas Dan Ballmann, Hurst f ass bf ,-Q ay, fig. I-c'f!fiiT '75 . si- ,Q 'L It is r' fi' .ko - ,, f 'sm A X . X Ml. 'At s lk ,ff F 5-A l -3-' A 4- 1- f-N ga , ' Q1 , g X i K v- - 1:- 5 t f X , .- .el w. KA .. - xt., x .. V 5' if - 1 J x 4 ff-is 'G' E fills bf N-.2 l I ff. 2 ' i an 5, A fr- C' -H ' ' , WX 'L rg' 4 ""' ' 'C' i tri. 1,-5 S A V A 1: - , 7 ' -T? - rs 33 .ex iz- 4 f. 'I N 7 . . ' I K xx it ll 5. f. - ' 1 2+ 53- Q b Q- 5, fx-" 4 Q? be .rf S 3 e , , f-'-'41, ..,.. to- by ll 'L' L' Y. , ,.,,., ,,... Y-.X Gi' x 4 -x K2 x I R, 4 L l A i K X 1 4 S fr '."5'iai ssl 4 ,J-'..'f' i,--v 'S if C' vt x ' ml , 'g' . 5 T:-. QA. . ,pm na A ii bio , 1 QA Q ,N 4 3 , f l 'ti , X .5 1, K M 4, X L- 'il' L F so KA .wo- V X K Frank Banell, Hurst Vicki Barker, Grand Prairie Martha Barnes, McGregor Gary Barksdale, Fort Worth Drewford Barnett, Hico William Barnett, Fort Worth Ardith Barnhorst, Dallas Larry Barnes, Grand Prairie Sandi Bartelli, Fort Worth Benita Barton, Fort Worth Bonna Barton, Grand Prairie Jeff Barton, Arlington Susan Barton, Fort Worth Lynda Bass, Arlington Another of the many SAB-sponsored dances is the Hospitality Committee's Oriental Valentine Dance. SAB Holds Dance 7 fa ' . . J gui 2 Fr is A an " N .L av 1 A f" ' ' as , f is V. war. A Bandy Bates, Dallas Patty Bauguss, Mesquite Leslie Baxter, Dallas William Bearden, Mineral Wells luanita Beasley, Fort Worth Luke Beck, Dallas Ardith Becker, San Antonio Anne Beeman, Arlington loseph Beissner, San Antonio Phillip Beitelspacher, Fort Worth Kent Belcher, Grand Prairie Debbie Bell, Bedford Listing and locating the library's 245 OOO books, the card catalogue is in strumental in student research papers Fred Bell, Dallas Janet Bell, Fort Worth Patricia Bell, Fort Worth Teri Bell, Arlington James Bellamy, Fort Worth Susan Berry, Dallas Tommy Berry, Arlington Randy Bertman, Bedford Brian Besinque, Arcadia, California Nora Betts, Fort Worth Stephen Betts, Fort Worth Iris Biasatti, Irving Brian Bibb, Graham Sharon Bickel, Fort Worth Sheryl Billingsley, Fort Worth Dub Bingaman, Fort Worth Roger Bird, Arlington William Bird, Fort Worth Rita Bridwell, Fort Worth Rayford Birks, Waco Gary Bishop, Grand Prairie Terry Bittner, Corsicana Mary Black, Grand Prairie Robert Black, Waco Patty Blake, Dallas Barbara Bland, Arlington Randy Blanks, Fort Worth lane Blanton, Fort Worth Rosanne Bobbitt, Fort Worth Robert Bock, Houston ludy Boggs, Fort Worth Carol Bolton, Dallas loe Bond, Smyrna, Georgia Danny Bonham, Mesquite Tommy Boorman, Fort Worth Andy Booth, Everman i tg w u s ' ? X x 1' I -1 Cynthia Boyle, Fort Worth Cary Bradford, Farmers Branch Lane Bradford, Dallas Earl Bradley, Abilene Johnnie Bradshaw, Waco Russ Bragg, Arlington Jerry Brannen, Fort Worth Ricky Brashear, DeSoto Ray Brass. Bedford Cecil Brewer, Fort Worth Terry Brewer, Dallas Carole Brewster, Arlington Richard Brewster, Irving Stephen Brewton, Grand Prairie Ken Breyer, Hurst Michael Bridges, Grand Prairie Charles Briley, Dallas ludy Briley, Fort Worth Richard Brin, Dallas Melanie Brinkley, Arlington Gloria Briseno, Fort Worth Douglas Brister, Grand Prairie Carla Brock, Fort Worth Gary Broiles, Dallas Kenneth Brooks, Waco lim Browder, Fort Worth Bob Brown, Arlington C. Dall Brown, Dallas Harold Brown, Texarkana Laura Brown, Fort Worth Rick Brown, Fort Worth Robert Brown, Dallas Robert Brown, Dallas Royce Brown, Dallas Stanley Browning, Euless Melinda Bruner, Fort Worth Linda Boren, Mansfield Larry Borne, Fort Worth Randal Boston, Fort Worth Marilyn Boullt, Fort Worth Robert Boullt, Fort Worth Linda Bowden, Grapevine Sherry Bower, Arlington Rosemarie Bowman, Arlington File Aids Research , 'QR ,bw . vars? -x ' Z tv 4 , if .K . ' . N ,N ' "mv , -y . ?:i"Qjjv:54v. , 1 1 ...L . f ,Q N lpast. vii ' 1 - 1 , -ff - n 0143 . 1 '15 ' ' sg- i 'iz-2 - , , K fr - lyk' if 1 -1-.Q Q...-4 ,sa . KYL 5 Q9 2 'Q' K sf X Q , sir if VH , ff , A was A 2:2 5' :,, M ! be ft K x : lil ll We 1 E ,j,,,,,,, , lil. ffl Q.. W? V 75: - .s vw M tail wg-TN ZR Q '56 ,, - '.,.44g,i:um2, X 3521- i ff 2 l X YW . KX Q. 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"-: X 'Q"it .-'-." rw- r, s. -' H' -.W5 'Iwo' 1 mga k :V dh ax W -'ss Q nr' C .QQ Theresa Campbell, Arlington Ralph Caravvay, Houston Douglas Carlisle, Dallas Richard Carlson, Glendale, California Sharon Carnahan, Bedford Mary Carnes, Fort Worth Frankie Carrell, Cedar Hill Gustavo Carrizales, Dallas Dianne Carson, Mount Pleasant Carroll Carter, Waco Jerry Carter, Garland lohn Carter, Dallas Kay Carter, Fort Worth William Carter, Dallas William Carter, Dallas Nevin Carver, Irving Wayne Carver, San Francisco, David Case, Arlington Steve Cason, Dallas Mary Castillo, Fort Worth Edward Cate, Fort Worth Sandra Cate, Irving Cameron Cayce, Fort Worth Manuela Cedillo, Dallas Linda Chamberlin, Fort Worth Connie Chandler, DeSoto Robert Chapman, lrving Russell Chapman, Arlington June Cheatham, Bedford Sarah Chennault, Mansfield Susan Cherry, Bedford Linda Chesney, Fort Worth Ben Childers, Dallas Doyle Choate, Arlington lane Chrietzberg, Cleburne Marty Christie, Irving Scott Christopherson, Hurst Lonni Chubb, Mesquite Barbra Clark, Fort Worth Connie Clark, Dallas lerry Clark, Dallas Linda Clark, Arlington Pat Clark, Arlington Ron Clark, Fort Worth Herb Clarkson, Arlington Brian Clem, Dallas Rita Clemmer, Dallas Dan Clemson, Fort Worth Leslie Cleveland, Arlington Ronnie Click, Grand Prairie David Clingrnan, Arlington Cynthia Clouse, Dallas Cary Cobo, Dallas Helen Cochran, Fort Worth Calif pile I ll' i an-A-' 4 ' C 'Qs T A . ., , 4 . 1 1 G. f 3 'Q tl T . 86 off Q- Mr Lyndal Wilkerson, storekeeper in the freshman chemistry lab, keeps the supplies in order. Michael Connor, Utica, Michigan Lloyd Cook, Wylie Philip Cook, Arlington David Cooley, Grand Prairie Linda Cooper, Hurst Melvin Cooper, Kennedale Pam Cooper, Euless James Copeland, Waco Steven Corbin, Arlington lvlartha Corboy, Arlington David Cotten, Dallas Billy Couch, Irving Ross Coulson, l-laltorn City Ron Coulter, Texline Kathy Cox, Hurst Nancy Cox, Fort Worth Cindy Crabb, Arlington Floss Craft, Dallas 475 Leslie Coe, Dallas 'M ' ... vs . ,, V s Lynne Cohen, Fort Worth Barbara Coke, Keller Stephen Colley. Fort Worth George Collier, Mesquite Sherry Collins, Arlington Terry Collins, Abilene lohn Conley, Dallas Ex , Q. ' 6- G .ra u-.., Q.. J' f in 'Mig ,132-i 1 im I . , L. .Q '-flw - L in-f?':f' . xxl X I I X, .- .x 'V , 'Di 2, Q. A i Y l' "'v- ve , w .- J C' A i .., . W Kia. 8 V Q-:Q '-'ig ,TQ 7 . 'ijt' bt g, 4 ' 1: ,Yx Q, ',,, is--K l MK ' - r 1 1 M gf I , . ,g uy qi , K tl 4 :il ilfqfffg,-i Y: K i f f X :lfli-ffifx -l'- Ht: .,s..t. ' .ei ,L . Store Supplies Chemica s -ct g ...,. 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J it 5 ' X fl Q31-1 Y it 5. 4. 41" iff Q Steven Craig, Del Rio Allen Crawford, Strawn Glenda Crawford, Kermit Stephen Crawford, Abilene Debbe Crayton, Arlington lames Credille, Dallas Sharon Creel, Dallas Paula Crockett, Abilene Sue Crockett, Arlington Danny Crow, Seagoville Horace Crow, Fort Worth Fluby Crowder, ilearne Gary Cumbie, Grapevine Lynn Cummings, Dallas Linda Cumings, Fort Worth Donna Cunningham, Arlington Patti Cunningham, Fort Worth Richard Cummins, Graham William Curtis, Grand Prairie Michael Cushman, Wann, Oklahoma Bob Dabbs, Irving Suzanna Dana, Fort Worth Dianna Daniels, Arlington Gerald Daniels, Greenville Norman Davidson, Fort Worth Cheryl Davis, lrving Danny Davis, Fort Worth Linda Davis, Fort Worth Linda Davis. Dallas Susan Davis, Arlington Barbara Day, Grand Prairie Donald Day, Spur Kermit Day, Fort Worth Linda Day, Burleson Bonnie Day, Fort Worth Glenda Dean, Kennedale Linda Dean, Dallas Betty Deason, Duncanville Cynthia Decker, Dallas Mike DeFrank, Arlington Kay Dekker, Arlington Samuel Del.aughter, Texarkana Mary Deneve, Arlington Drake Dennis, Denison Billy Derrick, Dallas Tommey Dickerson, Fort Worth lack Diehl, Fort Worth Douglas Dietert, Dallas Mary lane Dietz, Fort Worth Linda Dodgen, Arlington Nancy Dodson, Fort Worth Alexander Doak, Fort Worth Robert Doerr, Cleburne Ann Donaldson, Pampa M ecture Aids Lab ' p v. li. 0 1 . ' 'Hia , VK.. 1 L iii sw fv- ,. I LP al R' +R fa N I V 13 .gil s nf 129' 3, X tar ',-ui ,-55 iu' . ,i F 4-x L0 , 's .5 1 ., +, -carl. V A , 'jf' 1-Q1 F s, , R... gf, L! 1' 1 Q4 . HL ffl , .2 'P-:K x 1 X 1 ,X as , 'Q .F ll J it N Lg, 4 . Y' B I may 4. rc ' NS .. In Al Linda Dooley, Grand Prairie Maureen Doremus. Dallas Herve Dorsey, Waco Tommy Dortch, Irving Marsha Douglass, Fort Worth Robert Dove, Dallas Chuck Dragisic, Midland Karen Drexel, Fort Worth 'ik 1 Aa' X la.-1' 45 r Qt S , If. 0- - ,K 'cs X. G " C ' RW ,girl 4' - I r -. +- 'zv' R:-' I 'S , , K I x ., " X .J fi lu a , Q 31,5 ,Q '71 0 N 5125? aj , ,,,Q4'5'.'il, Ai!!! 4: .Wi '1 l 'I 'rams N ' .3a ..f:.w i a-12. .-- i 'A ,f-'ru-5. 9 . Ta. A 'J 1-if -X luv ," f t" i' If I I W - L, C 'dv ' at Al UQ" , ' , 'fvgfiw gi". 'Z' 'Wi 'P -c' Ronnie Downey, Amarillo Robert Drake, Dallas limmy Duffer, Mesquite Richard Duke, Dallas Chip Dunaway, Irving Dora Duncan, Abilene Martha Duncan, Tyler Ronnie Dungan, Fort Worth Ronald Dunkin, Fort Worth David Dunsworth, Wichita Falls Carol Drennan, Fort Worth David Dutton, Hurst Ronnie Dutton, Fort Worth Robert Dye, Lubbock Paul Eaton, Arlington Pat Echels, Fort Worth Barbara Edwards, Dallas Cheryl Edwards, Anson Eugene Edwards, Dallas Cathy Egger, Irving Craig Ellis, Grand Prairie Lehman Ellis, Dallas Kenneth Elliston, Fort Worth Diana Embry, Dallas Emily Emerson, Fort Worth Karen Emmons, Arlington D. W. Engelhardt, Hurst Rhonda England, Dallas Bettie Epps, Daingerfield Laurie Erspamer, Grand Prairie Carmelita Escajeda, Bridgeport Judy Essary, Garland Charles Estes, Arlington Michael Evans, Del Rio Paulette Fahey, Mesquite Jimmy Fallis, Dallas B'---.nf-,-..UQ,,. .W af- , 1 .xv , v .1 ,wwf aa ' P fr J, .ea v ? ".. 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Felty, Fort Worth Gayle Fenimore, Hurst Cherryl Ferguson, Fort Worth Russell Ferrante, Farmers Branch Darwrn Fields, Lancaster Ronald Fieseler, Euless Linda Filadelfia, Fort Worth lanie Finch, Euless lack Fischbein, Fort Worth lerry Fisher, Fort Worth lohn Fissel, Arlington Wayne Fleming, Dallas Ronald Foley, Fort Worth Dot Follln, Fort Worth loe Ford, Abilene Kenneth Ford, Grand Prairie Elma Forgy, Keller Aurian Forrester, Fort Worth William Forsythe, Fort Worth Linda Foster, Arlington Mack Foster, McKinney Frank Fowler, Venus Charlotte Fox, Fort Worth Linda Francis, Arlington ludy Freeman, Temple R. l. Freeman, Hondo David Fritcher, Pilot Point lack Frost, Lancaster Anne Fugate, Fort Worth Gerald Fulkerson, Fort Worth Travis Fullwood, Arlington Linda Fuqua, Arlington Dianna Gaddis, Mount Pleasant Treva Gafford, Grand Prairie Margie Gaidica, DeSoto Ellen Galloway, Grand Prairie Linda Garza, Fort Worth Albert Garza, Edcouch Sharleen Gedeon, Arlington William Geiser, Dallas David George, lrving Richard Geril-c, Fort Worth Emma Gibbons, Meridian Phil Gibbs, Mabank Deborah Gibson, Duncanville Judy Gibson, Arlington Susan Gibson, Mesquite Teresa Gilbert, Bedford Mack Gilbreath, Arlington Mary Gilbreath, Arlington Boy Gilmore, Euless Cynthia Glass, Grand Prairie William Glasser, Arlington David Gleason, Hico ludy Glomski, Dallas Sherri Godsey, Arlington Donald Goin, Arlington Anthony Gonzales, Fort Worth James Good, Woodson James Goode, Azle Suzanne Gordon, Fort Worth John Gorham, Waco Duaine Goulding, Cleburne Pat Gowens, Graham Archie Goyne, Fort Worth Barry Goza, Dallas Nadine Grab, Arlington Barbara Graves, Fort Worth Jerry Grves, Garland Bob Gray, Fort Worth Carolyn Gray, Dallas Dale Gray, Hooks Deborah Gray, Hillsboro Paul Gray, Pilot Point Claude Green, Dallas Gayle Green, Dallas Jack Green, Fort Worth Kay Greene, Fort Worth Bob Greene, Arlington Sandra Greer, Texarkana Sandra Gregg, Arlington Curtis Gregory, Irving q ,, I 1 N I gtk ti, li L l 1' l F,-as 4 -v-x . , Avv A s 4 , -if -A -5- N :Q 'fr rib' 5 A A at N kr Q: if 1 l 4 it 'X -Vvh ,, 1? Q X .V r az, ff 1. 'l my fr i- 3' ,- z- - X35 x 4' fx 'X f K? y M vi A ts J i K Ly J., sf ' A Q15 X 1 f .. ,we 3 , , . ' J' l A ..:.g::: .,,f i ll l ttiflf it I rv u- . gmt 4, .4 -MS, 'A 4' - f A3 '- gs l is QV' . Rx-in V ' r- A? " R ' an ,. sys' wr' -nm , My, , ia. , . ., ,qs . .,, L ein?-"-f Y r 1 --Wk? 1' .1 . 'x'i'g-5-l'F'4'H' - , , we 'ZAXZKCQ ' 5 4 ,, -' .gwgffrnl J snr zxvit-'ti'v,xi ch iach civil engineering student gets the chance to prove his skill ind perception in actual field practice, : 'M I V 'il l' '-ff 'H . 11? -JY S L 1 .7 . 'MW gf-2 .sis ,,,. 2.1, MX R . , 5 ' J -f -7 Q M - K " . 5 f Q I-' I .J 1, . KW "Q'lf:15:":: u ttgs.--:A :'...,+ , in - , :Jae H. v - ig ,. f A 5 4 z , - 4 ,W K1 -g ,- at ,f I . yi , f L ' 6 .A 'I ig! H 5 web.. 'LU Class Scans Campus mv.. r L' . ,ve -' ' if if 5 1 . as 35:3 A 4 Q. 'S K . 'vw Z. H! wi av -9",.7'v7" V 1, If i K I lv ...i .,,, ' ' V ' il jffg M- l 'Se - ,fs .mf Q 7: A I ,- ,. , A 7 ma . 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X ,ig 'L , E13 " 5 Larry Gregory, Fort Worth Lynda Gregory, Fort Worth Ric Gregory, Fort Worth Sallie Gregory, Euless Sandy Grider, Fort Worth Leonard Griffin, Arlington Marlene Griffin, Arlington Sandra Griffin, Arlington Jack Griffith, Grandview James Griffith, Fort Worth James Grimes, Caddo Mills Richard Grimland, Fort Worth James Grisham, Paradise Rickey Groves, Grand Prairie Charles Grubbs, Mansfield Joe Guarnera, Dallas Vera Guillory, Fort Worth Mabel Guinn, Arlington James Gunter, Corsicana Jerilyn Haagen, Fort Worth Dike Hadsell, lrving Brian Haley, Irving Mickie Haley, Lone Star Bill Hall, Bartlesville, Oklahoma Cindy Hall, Arlington Jane Hall, Grand Prairie Karen Hall, Grand Prairie Kathryn Hall, Fort Worth Mike Hall, Fort Worth Pam Hall, Dallas William Hamblin, Bridgeport John Hamilton, Fort Worth Patricia Hamilton, Dallas lames Hammack, San Antonio Walt Hammond, Fort Worth Merlin Hampton, Hawthorne, Nevada Wayne Hampton, Austin lay Hancock, Arlington Margaret Hancock, Fort Worth Michael Haney, Harrold lim Hankins, Fort Worth Ellen Hanlon, Fort Worth Mike Harbuck, Greenville Elbert Hare, Dallas Becky Harper, Burleson Marilyn Harrell, Arlington ludy Harris, Arlington Tom Harris, Arlington Larry Harrison, Arlington William Harris, Mansfield Dan Hart, Lancaster Leslie Hart, Irving David Haverkorn, Hurst David Harvey, Manilla, Iowa Linda Harwell, Dallas lerrold Hassenpflug, Grand Prairie Neal Hatcher, Cleburne Gary Haught, Fort Worth Carol Hawkins, Fort Worth Cheryl Hawkins, Fort Worth Sandi Haygood, Dallas Billy Hayner, Irving lane Hays, Abilene Larry Heath, Grand Prairie Michael Heidt, Irving Rosanna Heinze, Bowie Robert Helpinstill, Dallas lanis Helton, Grand Prairie Douglas Henderson, Fort Worth William Henning, Arlington Bonnie Hensel, Grand Prairie Kathy Henson, Waco Suzanne Henson, Fort Worth Paul Herrbold, Dallas Terry Herrington, Fort Worth Bruce Hesker, Richardson lanice Hesler, Fort Worth Cathi Hickman, Fort Worth limmy Hicks, Fort Worth Linda Hicks, Arlington Dianne Higginbotham, Fort Worth Bruce Hill, Dallas All Paths Cross in SUB l i Q' .,., S ' J 4' x it X I Q- , f. ,,... W. A .cw if iii ,1 i s 4 . A if- 'Qi . 1- rings. N , ' M ' up H WTI? " . ""' g K - ,sl ,5'k',g,5-' run A ,F-1:3-1,1 . ,lik . - M ' -Q2 l tk 11 it ' .i:. 'i:2iLT - ' .,,, 31545 A i1i'ii::sa'Q1:gQ:Er? 'f-tl: ,. ,wa-:,,'5j1,113 rr,. :sf x g 3'WiB-1' 9' I APN R C3 lf. .ti , l XJ i ' l f'tff 'N .... K N 4 as wwf i"N'7: ,I if lv' K 3 Lo- lb' B' H9 . 5 Rails ' .YA Qplffi. hip., W A - Students of sundry backgrounds, hometowns, majors, and interests fraternize in the Student Center. A f f.. 'tt 3 6 . ff-A 9 q, , M Q31-1 if " o ften 1 -w - , Q' St -A, Si ,ffl gl. it A 3 ri i Q' ad' M- if .-ff 1 'hw ve f 'S aw iv YW 44, X X 5 it , X 5 Q X i Dick Hill, Irving Pam Hill, Fort Worth Sandye Hill, Irving Tommy Hill, Fort Worth Daniel Hinkson, Strawn Richard Hitt, Dallas Cindy Hodges, Irving Yvonne Hodge, Irving 5.-Li, 1 - . :,i,,.g:r'-S r , ,,f,n-,No fr 'Q' f 1: f .xezf " c is '- L , -fi' ,,,,. ry., as , . v, ffmr , efmxAL..k.. . a,f R .gm ff - 'M X ' 1, X. wifi' 'YV' Y, r l 1 .X Q ., 94,3 in Q N 1 1 S X a , yiiv f 4 W ff W Q f i x c ms' Michael Hoel, Clifton Dixie Hoff, Grand Prairie Robert Hofmann, Fort Worth loe Hogan, Arlington Larry Hogan, Fort Worth Candace Hoggard, Fort Worth Danny Hogsett, Pampa Robert Hohman, Dallas Charles Holland, Dallas lames Hollingsworth, Arlington Robert Hollingsworth, Arlington Roger Hollowell, Azle George Holmes, Dallas James Holmes, Fort Worth Patricia Hooper, Arlington Jerry Hoover, Arlington Timothy Hope, Arlington lanet Hopkins, Fort Worth ,. Sherry Hopper, Fort Worth Steve Horstmann, lrving Gwynne Horton, Fort Worth Sandy Hory, Coppell lohn Houston, Houston Rebecca Houston, Irving Mike Howsley, Arlington Dorinda Huddleston, Grand Dee Ann Huff, Arlington lunior Rebels cheer as the varsity squad rushes on to the Me- morial Sradium field. Susan Huff, Fort Worth Greg Huffaker, Fort Worth Team Opens Game Harold Hughes, Arlington Steve Hughes, Dallas Mike Hunter, Fort Worth Sharron Huntsinger, Lorena Allan Husell, St. Louis, Missouri Rose lhrie, Mesquite Kenneth lmes, laoksboro Doug Ingram, Houston Herb lngram, Sunset Rodger lsom. Lancaster George Ivy, Dallas Beverly Jackson, Fort Worth Glenn Householder, Peru, Indiana Susan Hoverstadt, Fort Worth Gabriel Hoyos, Manizales, Colombia Prairie -a So- .M V1 8 ,gan-5, xx. X,--. i A91 nil, -X. T l ' 'l' .fl if N, Q. 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Ls 'E' fit' , f J fr if Donald Jackson, Burleson Michael Jackson, Irving Paul Jackson, Dallas Susan Jackson, Fort Worth Wayne Jackson, Fort Worth David Jacobs, Arlington Harold Jacobs, Montgomery, A Jerry Jacobs, Arlington Robert Jacobs, Dallas Bill James, Fort Worth Delaine James, Arlington Jack James, Fort Worth Lavern James, Fort Worth Lyndon James, Mesquite Nelda James, Justin Don Jameson, Waco Patricia Jameson, Arlington Stella Janavaris, Arlington Larry Jay, Abilene Chris Jenkins, Arlington Bill Jernigan, lrving Richard Jeter, Arlington Theodore Jeter, Grand Prairie Gene Johnson, Longview James Johnson, Fort Worth John Johnson, Fort Worth Karen Johnson, Arlington Thomas Johnson, Dallas Linda Joiner, Fort Worth Michael Johnston, Tyler Randy Johnson, Arlington Andrew Jones, Waco Charlie Jones, Grand Prairie Karen Jones, Dallas L. W. Jones, Dallas Mark Jones, Grand Prairie Michael Jones, Fort Worth Monty Jones, Roanoke Pat Jones, Fort Worth Richard Jones, Garland Roger Jones, Dallas Roy Jones, Dallas Sharon Jones, Dallas Wilkins Jones, Dallas Paula Jordan, Arlington Susan Joyce, Fort Worth Billy Judd, Burleson Bob Juge, Fort Worth Sherry Kanaday, Dallas Joseph Kanazeh, Beirut, Leban Jim Karlovetz, West Lafayette, David Kasen, Dallas Jerry Keating, Fort Worth Stephen Keeton, Fort Worth labama on Ohio Fog Shrouds 8:00 Classes George Kelton, Henrietta Bobby Kent, Garland Dewayne Kent, Hurst Ronald Kent, Dallas Pamela Kerlee, Fort Worth Barbara Kessler, Grand Prairie Ken Keton, Waco Bashir Khoury, Beirut, Lebanon Michael Killian, Fort Worth Nancy Kilpatrick, Fort Worth Tommy Kilpatrick, Fort Worth Kathy King, Arlington Sharon Kinsey, Arlington Robert Kirby, Garland Victor Kirkwood, Dallas Ronnie Kittrell, Grand Prairie Ronald Kline, Arlington ludith Klosterman, Dallas Mike King, Fort Worth Phil King, Cleburne Vivian King, Fort Worth Richard Knott, Dallas Brenda Knowles, Arlington Linda Knowles, Fort Worth Michael Knox, Fort Worth Harlen Koen, Midlothian Julia Koerner, Fort Worth Karen Kohlhund, Orange Barbara Kootswatewa. Tuba City, Arizona Deborah Kraus, Dallas Charles Krauss, Philadelphia Patsy Kreger, Arlington Nancy Krog, Fort Worth Frank Kuban, Fort Worth Eugene Kubelka, Ennis Perry Lacy, Abilene Larry Lakes, Irving Mike Lance, Hurst Kris Landrith, Arlington lanis Lanford, Fort Worth Calvin Langford, Wink Billy Langston, Grand Prairie Sammy Laningham, Fort Worth David Laredo, Dallas Regena Large, Brownwood lames Largent, Dallas Sharon Larimore, Mineral Wells Dwayne Lasater, Grand Prairie as R A-ANNA Q -R 6: X x Ladelle Keith, Arlington Richard Keith, Garland Keith Kelley, Fort Worth Q..- Wy., ,- NOD 21 w . x es, elf .I 5-5. N Fw 8. , , Q 49 ' 4 ik L 'tt I 53 A5 ' Vx' if . lit It S. I rqNa X 6 in to it tr-1 xv swf i t o' aj 'rs X .Q vw ' ' V RF L 1 Eg JZ. ri 5- 0- A s Q- 4 . .Ax L' X Y:-' ' YJ if 1 L 5 , ,, .tgxztgt r A , , L is ' f xx, 'QL'- b'c i, QA 'E -:Y Cv- Qu gs. Bill Laster, Dallas Larry Lathern, Waco Larry Laux, Fort Worth .. 6'- if-lr N cg Steve Lawley, Dallas Janice Lawson, Garland xx Larry Lawson, lrving Barbara Leach, Hurst .,i.u,,,w. , an M v Fiicky Lee, Dallas " if 'A 'W Rodger Leger, Dallas ff- lan Leggett, Grand Prairie Nick Lehnert, lrving Nancy Lett, Arlington Emmett Lewis, Burnet Rex Lewis, Dallas Fioss Lewis, Dallas Cecil Lillard, Fort Worth X, ' W Wayne Lincecum, Franklin L nhl Ss Mickey Lindecker, Fort Worth mi ' Gary Lindsey, Fort Worth Q .N f' Nh' Y P- Lois Lindsey, Irving is f "" A f" x Q Wi, ciyde Littlefield, Rails ef.-if if l ' """ Brenda Locker, Cleburne V , Katy Lomax, Fort Worth Michael Long, Arlington ' -'i' , E , ik g.Kx Troy Long, Arlington I , ff 7g ' ., A Vicki Loock, Fort Worth .X 4. if - g :V +" f.: Nm "' William Looney, Dallas , Q, A A, " ,A QQQ, I 1 1 ,HVV 22 ' Clifford Lopez, Fort Worth J A ' i Betty Love, Arlington Beverly Love. Dallas Students attend classes despite rain, fog, or occasional snow. vi Officials Visit ASC ,pix llsig A NW ,.., s Gu 3. L- cy if' - G K 1 A '33 " 1 . - ,FUQ4-rt 4' -. ,. bl' . t.."1fff . .lt-'S , , ':f.:.,: 'ff .1,,.g::"ey, -in-" wg f Rebecca Love, Fort Worth Diane Lowry, Dallas Edward Lozano, Dallas Sue Luck, Arlington Fiobert Luttrell, Texas City James Lutz, Fort Worth Mike Lyell, Natchez, Mississippi Sue Lynch, Dallas Xi . 2' J ,Lgv if xr 5- .H '29 T' ' -c' V '- Q A 1 A K g ,tt - all wafer -- V2 X ,J 3 i i 5 A S . 2' Var' ra Q' .!. wt - t J we 1 J. A X mi i p 4 an--' xx .. :fix ii' J g I' , L A Y KAN' Q STH kj 5 ' ,J , re - ll x maxi, Ll 1 Q -vs x y 5' Dx 'rw- Sharyn Lyon, Hurst Michael Mabry, Hurst Stephen Macsisak, Leonard J. D. Madewell, Fort Worth Andy Magnus, Fort Worth Flandal Mahanay, Alvarado Flicky Malliton, Irving Guy Mallow, Plainview Chad Maloney, Fort Worth Doland Maner, Arlington Paul March, Dallas Carl Marshall, Fort Worth Donna Martin, Arlington James Martin, Fort Worth Larry Martin, Amarillo Toni Martin, Fort Worth William Martino, Dallas James Marusek, Dallas Francia Marzonie, Arlington Nancy Massey, Dallas Rick Maxey, Pampa John Maxwell, Arlington Lynda Mayfield, Fort Worth David Mays, DeSoto Shelby Mecewitz, Azle Dwain Mees, Fort Worth Fred Meier, Dallas Fiueino Mendoza, Fort Worth Kay Mercer, Grand Prairie John Merrill, Arlington Roberto Mersecchi, Forli, Italy Larry Middleton, Mesquite Judy Milburn, Dallas Curtis Miller, Fort Worth Dan Miller, Frisco Frances Miller, Waco Q G hi x 1 X , - QQ . .fre-frgaa - S f ' N 2 Q il? A 'xt' w 4. Q? Q -mf 6 A ff' ,.f 8 Q-aff V - X . rf A i ,.,. V, fy ...alia Z 2 K M , 105 , Q 'sn 'Cv N-we-H K v uh", .Q Q o Yxtf' if 5' ' ,W yur-V. if A L aw i ,..r ,.., Dick Weicker, Assistant Editor of THE CITIZEN JOURNAL, Rev. Digby of the First Christian Church, and Dr. How- ard Nedderman, Dean of the School of Engineering, converse after a lunch- eon on campus. Lee Miller, Fort Worth Linda Miller, Marble Falls Mary Miller, Memphis Peggy Miller, Bowie Tommy Millsap. Cleburne Paula Miner, Arlington Terre Miner, Arlington Shirley Minter, Arlington Danny Minton, Plano Lloyd Mitchell, Arlington lerry Mltschke, Harrold Charles Moncrief, Dallas Michael Moon, Fort Worth Boyd Mooney, Haltom City Sherry Morales, Dallas David Moore, Gainesville Gerry Moore, Valley Mills James Moore, Grand Prairie Dougg Moreau, Dallas Patricia Morey, Fort Worth lohn Morosco, Irving Barbara Morris, Arlington Dennis Morris, Dallas Donna Morris, Fort Worth lim Morris, Arlington Flay Morrison, Fort Worth Ronald Morrison, Denison Gayle Morrow, Arlington James Morrow, Arlington lohn Morrow, Dallas Dale Moses, Dallas Edward Mosley, Dallas loy Mudd, Kennedale Cary Muetzenberg, Wylie Chuck Murphy, Dallas Mike Murray, Dallas llmmle Musselwhlte, Grand Prarrre Glorla Myer, Mansfreld Frances Myers. Fort Worth lohn McAdams, lrvrng Llnda McCasland. Dallas Rlchard lVlcClaln, Fort Worth .1 lv. . 7, 4, -v. B' Q' xffb -An g.-, G L Q c" . "" Y' 1 xl' NI? Robert tVlcCleskey, Abrlene W' rf , ' Wlllllarn lV1CCllntOn, Waco a , 7 h t 1 I t Saute McClure, Dallas i , l Eq, - "' 'Kr 'L' , Gayle lvlcCreery, Huntsvrlle, Alabama -ff 'R' h --'2, x1'g',wf, Rachel McCrelght, Fort Worth ' kmpw X j' ' f u 'i,. V j Le :gg Davld lvlcDanlel, Dallas ii ' ,.-., . ' X lf , X 2: g 4 -bf' Lenda McDonald, Bedford Mary McDonald, Dallas Mlke McDonald, Fort Worth Patrlcla McDowell, Arlrngton Glenn Mclfowen, Fort Worth Rlchard McFall, Fort Worth Gall McFarland. Grand Prarrre Davld lVlcGllvray, Fort Worth Edward McGowan, Keller Kathy McGuure. Fort Worth Patrlcua McGulre, Arlrngton Ellen lVlCKelvey, Arllngton Ruta lVlcl-ilnley, Arlrngton Carrle McLean, Grand Prarrre Davlcl McLeod, Fort Worth Dennls lvlcLemore, Mrdlothlan ' ,rp-fx hx ,-R C'- Cffll rw 1 YL, 'dv at W, 4 Q f , . , r. a Sw. aol an 5- in JL h. -Q" ' 131' qt. M- x E ' Tx W M to 1- .. QQ 00' f eng. Q -2-H' . Q E t l lm .. 1- 1 K xt, L- ' Qc' l as- :Q ,A 4, I 1 -1 " . A la 9 1 M I-l qu 1 Clndl Coulson rallles support from Rebel lanS Cheerleader Fires Sidelines nr wh- Z lf' .-,rt - X ff ' ' . J Q. gli, -, W e A 1 'M , S r 4 fax t 4 4, s Lx f x. , ., . , J-me ,X A -' j.-I-,rn V - i , f f, ' A , 'X My 1,1 A- :jf A 1' :xg 1:-v - is ,, if ' . rg' i H Q - , M F., , Q up so ' xixfiis W ' if L-5' , f - J A ' ':u.Q,m,,v r4'g 4 ' -H313 Q' IV ,- .-.x l xx. fx' 54 ' E ' r w fr ,ff r r .-:Q '. 'iv' Sfefxr Q r- r' a re 1 , , .i ya :TM-55, angie: , y .g 1 , -yi B ,Q g 2 - , 2,-X f 1. l5,..:, ' 'sm l Z 4 . r I 1 Q . A 4 ' N, X , . I Q . ., ,,..Q. 1 , rl . if 2' , , - it? J' ,vi , f ',.,, " i if 'bi , Ji .ay ,,-.nl M., J i 5, an 6, Q, , 'MD' A .N Q- X l" - - MX ,., riff X - .Y 111 W: mr mera ,gal . H- N U' , ld'- , as . ,wx Q, ,, .,...- 'W cal it 'ar' 5-.W by-r 5' hy. lan Charles lvlclvlrllron, Fort Worth Martin McNeese, Richardson David McVay, Bonharrr Phyllis Natanson, Arlington Cherie Neal, Arlington Elaine Nealy, La Marque Carol Neilson, Arlington Howard Neitsch, Georgetown Brenda Nelrns, Mesquite Elaine Nelson, Dallas Joyce Neuner, La Marque Keith Newberry, Waco Donna Newton, Grand Prairie Paul Nichols, Hurst Teresa Nichols, Burleson Luana Nicholson, Arlington Norah Nrkolrs, Douglaston, New York Gerald Nrrnerrck, Jerseyville, Illinois Chris Nix, Dallas John Nixon, Irving David Noll, Burkburnett Bonnie Norman, Fort Worth Randy Norman, Sioux City, Iowa Candy Norris, Arlington Johnny Norris, Dallas Bonald Norton, Texarkana Larry Nowell, Fort Worth Boy Oats, Mesquite Michael O'Brien, Garland Pat O'Dell, Arlington Boy O'Dell, Fort Worth David Ohlweiler, Irving Michael Oliver, Dallas Yolanda Ortiz, Fort Worth Jeff Osborne, Hurst Donald Osburn, Fort Worth Paul Otts, Grand Prairie Wayne Overstreet, Fort Worth Phillip Overton, Fort Worth Nancy Ovrrck, Fort Worth Grady Owen, Fort Worth Cathy Owen, Fort Worth Kenneth Oxford, Hurst Steve Oyler, Colorado City Charles Pace, Fort Worth Alfonso Pacheco, Brownsville Glen Page, Arlington Susan Palazzetti, Bedford Larry Pamplin, Marlin Jerry Panter, Arlington Buth Paris, Fort Worth Sam Parker, Fort Worth Samuel Paschal, Jacksboro Adolphus Patterson, Fort Worth Q 'L ' XL. r , mr .vugfifu H it v.' Two coeds escape the noise of the inner SUB by adapting a bench in the hall for study Dennis Peek, Fort Worth Janice Penn, Dallas Fred Pennington, Arlington Wayne Pennington, Lewisville Leonard Pennock, Texas City Linda Perkins, Duricanville Patricia Perricone, Fort Worth Charles Peters, Dallas Susan Peterson, Fort Worth William Pettus, Dallas Flosalee Phillips, Grand Prairie Teddy Phillips, Pampa David Pickard, Grand Prairie Nancy Pinkston, lrving David Pinson, Rio Vista William Pinson, Houston Cynthia Pipes. Cleburne lohn Pippin, Waco A Break, A Bench, A Book 3, V -L -- L, 'Q :p f' l lu Viifi f' 'f - . tg, L W P J A , f.: k t' ' , at X an 2 -if -'rf -il ' I rf, we , A A. x , Xi L f ,, xx X X . F ' x ' X i l .1 X K- ., .X.,..,,: . ,si 1AA is a "' ig- ILM 211 J ig i J A ?. . ki . 4. An w , , , 5'- .M PM J , J .- i fl 'S X Q-...a ik ga. - ..,. as f 4 J M, 4 , , ,, 1' 1 -1 ,P X ' 94 N.:- 'X:pESfi,,w.if7 V I 1 ' v I 8 . 591 -4515 are ' YE" ,aw f 'WV ' . Gi. A.-x Q-wr' A fl I 3' L Q we fx ai . efx ' it i - gk yi . .., .,:,, , r , . h Spa.. - ,vv-' Q Qxi' x Mi ' W fig "Qt Q 1- i crab , Vx A hwy ,.Iv t I 'Wa 5 ...ff 5 . ....... J.. i it . fc i-i-'- '. ' ii 'QP ,QQ L' i 'Z' X ME -r-H x Q O X V ' , 2, - sw J, , t iff? ff-,J ' fails fi A Qi V- x x i X I-.- 5i' draw, , .8 Fifmt i if!! Alden Pitman, Dallas Charles Plumlee, Dallas Darrel Pocock, Watauga Larry Pogue, Dallas B. J. Polk, Fort Worth Roger Polson, Dallas Sue Poston, Arlington Maxie Powell, Fort Worth Sherill Powell, Grand Prairie Wayne Pratt, Dallas Robert Preddy, Dallas Paula Pressley, Fort Worth Janice Price, Dallas Mark Price, Arlington Wayne Price, Dallas Mel Prince, Dallas James Pringle, Irving Judy Procter, Fort Worth Cheryl Pruitt, Fort Worth William Purdy, Dallas Mary Rabroker, Dallas Mike Rainone, Columbus, Ohio Cheryl Rainwater, Fort Worth Buddy Rake, Pampa Larry Ramer, Dallas Frances Ray, Memphis Marsha Ray, Grand Prairie Phillip Ray, Fort Worth E. W. Reddell Jr., Fort Worth Elaine Reddick, Grand Prairie Barbara Reed, Arlington Bobby Reed, Grand Prairie Ruth Reed, Argonia, Kansas Leonard Reese, Dallas Martha Reese, Arlington Sally Reese, Fort Worth Craig Reid, Dallas Sheila Reifle, Hurst Oscar Rene', Ticonderoga, New York Bryan Renfro, Dallas Rondal Rexroat, Fort Worth Barbara Rhodes, Dallas Gina Rhome, Dallas Ronald Richards, Grand Prairie Jackie Richardson, Arlington Jimmy Richardson, Dallas Cindy Richey, Fort Worth Ron Rickard, Everman Roy Ricker, lrving Van Risinger, Euless David Rittenberry, Dallas Arville Ritz, Dallas James Ritz, Dallas Norman Roaten, Fort Worth Members of Alpha Sigma Chi promote Rebel spirit by sounding the bell mounted on their Victory Wagon. James Robbins, Fort Worth Rosemary Robbins, Fort Worth Connie Roberts, Dallas Donna Roberts, Fort Worth Larry Roberts, Fort Worth Marcia Robinson, Fort Worth 'J-. ,. Peggy Robinson, Prairie Hill Waymond Robinson, Cleburne .f Ronald Rockwood, Fort Worth - f Lee Rodgers, Dallas f ii"1 . fr.- i Tommy Rodgers, Dallas ,Kxt ti Susan Rodke, Abilene Ray Rodriguez, Dallas Sandra Rodriguez, Arlington L lohn Romoa, Oakland, California David Roper, Dallas Kenneth Roselle, Fort Worth his Larry Ross, Fort Worth Sandy Rourke, Galveston George Routt, Grand Prairie James Routt, Dallas AnnaLee Rowland, Morgan Rosanne Ruggiero, Fort Worth Diane Rush, Arlington Debbie Russell, Plano Stephen Russell, Midland Christine Rutherford Myra Rutland, Mansfield -, Cindy Sabatucci, Arlington ' ,. ,fe na- il' ko id L. -vs 2:20 '- 4X .ilfx ivf :A if all l Au -wr I.. . 11.0 ,o I-QXI4 ,Ex n- 'T V' i ll-L fi Alfasigs Sponsor V-Wagon , K. ' ,..,, . X wa, . el, it ' g, -QM. Q . ,MDE --- -. A U J 'K , l .-fats? A- -A . X',...,,h.h N 'R , ,,,, . Q ' i J Xxx 'U SK sg. 39 ,Q Q-L' '7 LYN, 1516? X 1-""' mf ,.,,x I -,.. P " s , . N r x lk xx J 't . 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Y ,if SIL, Dale Sadler, Fort Worth Retha Sailers, Dallas Tim Sampson, Arlington Robert Sandifer, Terrell Bob Sard, Fort Worth Tom Sarratt, Grand Prairie James Satcher, Irving Bill Saunders, Brownwood Bill Saurenmann, Fort Worth Jim Savage, Arlington Randy Sawey, Fort Worth Clarence Scaggs, Tulsa, Oklahoma Daniel Schaffner, Fort Worth Karla Scheppler, Grand Prairie Michael Scheuermann, Dallas Shari Schick, Houston Sandra Schieme, Fort Worth John Schleimer, Grand Prairie James Schmidt, Fort Worth Jerry Schraeder, Fort Worth Lynn Schrimsher, Fort Worth Joan Schuller, Fort Worth Barbara Schultz, Arlington Marian Schwind, Breckenridge Judy Scoggin, Fort Worth William Scott, Arlington Donald Scruggs, Arlington Sandra Sechrest, Grand Prairie Georg Seidel, San Antonio Larry Self, Mesquite Sid Sellers, Farmers Branch Mauro Serrano, Fort Worth Paulette Serna, Fort Worth Cole Sessom, Fort Worth Bob Severance, Grand Prairie Shiela Sewell, Grand Prairie Deborah Sharp, Corpus Christi Paula Shallcross, Arlington Caryn Sharp, Dallas Robert Sharp, Parkersburg, West Virginia Paul Shawver, lacksboro Robert Shaver, Lancaster Johnny Shear, Fort Worth Janis Sheen, Arlington David Shepard, Coppell Richard Shepler, Dallas Nancy Sheppard, Dallas Pattie Sherman, Dallas Sam Shimek, Dallas Harvey Shuler, Sweetwater Vanda Shults, Grand Prairie Karen Sides, Garland David Siebold, Fort Worth Thomas Sill, Dallas Dan Simmons, Arlington Kenneth Sims, Duncanville Howard Sinclair, Arlington Jimmy Sinclair, Grand Prairie James Singletary, Arlington Victor Sittler, Arlington Rusty Skipwith, Arlington Susan Skipwith, Fort Worth Larry Slater, Hurst Mary Ann Slimp, lrving Alan Smith, Arlington Betty Smith, Bedford Bobby Smith, Burleson Carole Smith, Fort Worth Charles Smith, Littleton, Colorado Cherie Smith, Hurst Dan Smith, Arlington Donna Smith, Hurst George Smith, Winslow, Arizona Jackie Smith, Arlington Janis Smith, Arlington Jeanie Smith, Fort Worth John Smith, lrving John Smith, Dallas John Smith, Fort Worth Judy Smith, Mineola Mark Smith, Fort Worth Mike Smith, lrving Nancy Smith, Fort Worth Pat Smith, Arlington Reginald Smith, Dallas Sammie Smith, Grand Prairie Shannon Smith, Arlington Steve Smith, Fort Worth Virginia Smith, Dallas Karin Soderstrom, Dallas Karen Sparkman, Arlington Phil Sprinkle, Leonard William Spruce, lrving Colleen Snowden, Arlington Pamela Sodowsky, Grand Prairie Anna Sparger, Bedford Susan Speight, Fort Worth Carl Spruill, Arlington Lynn Squires, Fort Worth Richard Squyers, Azle James Stacy, Fort Worth Teresa Stacy, Fort Worth Larry Stafford, Waco Linda Stafford, Dallas Carole Stanford, Arlington Derreck Stanford, Dallas Paul Stanton, Dallas Kathy Stark, Cedar Hill Steps Support Conversation 4? YA' E s... xi'-K 122 Y Gi . it iz' T' Y L-. sr' 'R NN , ' we 7 ' V FM 1. I l Xb at VP" -rf' 1' i l 't fa 'f 'J If tv t k 6:51 f ly b f I ...X ' , 3 3 I J-A A fe- J Q. J A ft :lt X X i-by tt , F ,Sq tw I J- A- , ' t- frsait ' ' 5 4 foe V x ,wr f 1 ,,,: 1 4 ' 4 -"QU ' ' fa 'lm 'tif l --' J. . oh!! x es- E- 'f 6- .36 ,W , ? xt ,g 'll .. J .9 i- lt 43' ., ' yy I. -'S' A ., a e W Y 1 A , rw , 5 in fi-.X .gg gg if . Q Q ., . is? V . y 1... ' -0- S tv 'Q 1:7 - 'P' S ' " A " ' K ' ' 'RWIQHX' fzvf ' N X- -, l 1 - -"9?3?i5?15W3Wi, '35 l H' " ua t - N W 3 R Ott :- H av- s3"?l.w + of Eh. 5 t M , , X XX A 4:1 hw'- .. , X Vg ' at .W .Q 1 'QP f I lf. ' BM' , A 2 S'5 f:f:L,-Q ,l Q All ..- V,- ,xr JV. f Y -v -'S in 'f Qs 'CT' Terry Stevens, Midland Dianne Stevenson, Fort Worth Dede Stewart, Arlington Kyle Stewart, Hillcrest Larry Stewart, Fort Worth Laura Stith, lrving lohnnue Stoker, Fort Worth loan Stott, Fort Worth Patte Stover, West Rebecca Stowers, Hurst Milton Strong, r-iearne Russell Strong, Midland Mary Stults, Coppell Gary Suits, Mesquite V . .,s 1 ,' . ..ZJ.:7?s'i-35" r' sf .V A . Robert Starr, Jacksonville Bill Staton, Waco Margaret Steen, Arlington lay Stelndorf, Dallas Verner Stenstrom, Dallas Dale Stephens, Fort Worth Darla Stephens, Comfort Ivan Stephens, Corpus Christi Louis Stephens, Fort Worth Nancy Stephens, San Antonio Beaulah Steptue, Fort Worth Royce Steubing, Comfort Conversation on the SUB steps delays two Coeds passage to class. J , gan!!! 2,5 ogy My ,5. . we we 1? E v f - ff 4 , gh P 4 'M my f ,,, E ,...s..4. , 143:u,.'2 - , V V ' 1.0. ,, ,ry wf W 3, M' Q '-92? 1 A 'Q 5 Q 'W fl 1, 9 53,3 ,, , am ' X:-.Sewlu 3 T ww, L,-I ., 1 S st C V -A ., Q11 .1-. Q f -A ' ,trier z f l fe. ls." ,W .. t 363 Yelling Cheerleaders instigate the first excitement of the evening by bringing the Rebels onto the field. Marsha Summers, Grand Prairie Shirley Sutton, Fort Worth James Swim, l-laltom City Daryl Swinney, Bowie Bernice Sweatt, Dallas Sandra Sweatt, Colorado City Danny Tartt, Loraine Richard Tautenhahn, Houston Curtis Tawney, Garland lean Taylor, Dallas Mancill Taylor, Dallas Ronald Taylor, Dallas Scott Taylor, Arlington Trudy Taylor, Fort Worth Wayne Taylor, lrving Valerie Taylor, Fort Worth Richard Teague, Fort Worth Tira Teeter, Arlington Ronnie Temple, Grand Prairie Lynn Thetford, Gainesville Michael Thetford, Fort Worth Karen Thill, Dallas Christine Thomas, Arlington Dewayne Thomas, Arlington Dickie Thomas, Cleburne Gary Thomas, Fort Worth Larry Thomas, Dallas Anne Thompson, Dallas Eric Thompson, Fort Worth Kenneth Thompson, Fort Worth Ralph Thompson, Euless Thresa Thompson, Irving Carolyn Thornton, Calvert Mike Thornton, l-lico Rita Thornton, Fort Worth Charlie Thorpe. Dallas n , i 51 .. 5 fr . I as 1' 345: 5 ,ls .Q px tg 32- WN xvhun, i g- . Qt' x i 'Ye ill A lt -I , .Z Vx fi' -its Li ,.,, ,, i Q. as if ., HN.. ' ' 3M - , " M, few, t A I T I ii is y, it I X ffm' S ,559 tx X T" .,, EE A 'Q R KX L Us x Q x-kt - x , ,-313 Q Nr :M Q X lx JL X XX K- sag .Sz Sh bw Dena Tillery, Fort Worth Patti Tilson, Fort Worth Robert Tingle, Fort Worth William Tippens, Fort Worth Dorothy Todo, Fort Worth Melinda Toland, Dallas Enriqueta Tomas, La Habana, Cuba Larry Tomison, Bedford Tom Tompkins, Dallas Larry Tonn, Georgetown Barbara Totten, Fort Worth David Traffanstead, Fort Worth Ricky Trager, Fort Worth Harold Triplett, Cleburne Francine Trussell, Fort Worth L. C. Tubb, Fort Worth Richard Tullos, Garland Cathy Gurner, Dallas James Turner, Gordon lon Turner, Dallas Lynn Turquette, Dallas Gary Tutle, Cleburne Nilta Underwood, Fort Worth Alan Upchurch, Killeen Francisco Urbina, Dallas Sue Utterback, Fort Worth Rusty Vaden, Grand Prairie Diane Vannoy, Fort Worth Ricky Vaughn, Dallas Thomas Vaughn, Dallas Tom Vennum, Arlington Glynda Vernon, Dallas Casey Vett, Arlington Susan Villars, Grand Prairie loseph Von Bose, Arlington Victoria Von Bose, Dalvvorthington Gardens Rebels Rush Onfield Sheri! Thrasher, Grand Prairie Wayland Threadgill, Henrietta William Thresher, Fort Worth Kay Thweatt, Fort Worth ' Q' " Steve Tibey, Fort Worth Billy Tiblets, Mingus f ,M Anita Tidwell, Arlington Norman Tietz, Plano W OVW" t 9, it is Y 'f A 1 A 51 'iv' , ,ah . , x . ,'1 f , 'ss if " , 'awww "nu ' 1- "A P - i a Q g - , i K x ' - A .. Q l- ng fb, ' .' 2- ' ', , fr wfw- 1 471. wtf, t W' 1 ?iij?Ig , 4, ,za , - MM fm - , : se- 2 X Q v 5 ww H -H we ""w"7 ,441 4. . If , ' ' ' WH.-3'ii,.,., U " I S4-V - : .M ,y 8 X X W X f g f if i 5? SP' G. t Q. 5 Q- H 5 N535 K 'PI i 1 , E SQ ..,' 'TN 'Mg "" fr be iw ' x, A o, af Q , P "1 , ' G' , ' of M- 1. A' .' R TQOQ' 1 at vv -- . c. , 4 - Q . T .32 I Q- A Wei-svveaff 15:1 ai if X bw ' 4 . . T I A ' . .t if . '.,. E ,:9.l, 'x iqy"'g.' Q. .Q FY. ' L f'- J fav, N x .1 .f I I, xt I 4 ' x N ' .wp 'I 'Q Q,lIiyL',. t ' J A if ix f , y rn e',,x -Z i Q Q . W fy . gg I As? sh' I 626: ', ' ' T72 . " " ' sl ' 1' 'W 'K I .l V? N 5 4 " i 1 -at -- J J ,ra-V 9 I . .0' -J' ' Q 3- M- li. , , .X ,x ,il r -' 0-new-oawwz4pi"'h The many benches-in-the-round encircling trees on campus are favorite spots for student conversation. Bruce Wallace, Bedford lvlax Wallace, Saginaw Ronald Wallace, Fort Worth Norman Walling, Linz, Austria Morris Wallis, San Angelo Mary Walter, Waco Flocky Walton, Fort Worth John Wampler, Arlington Dana Wangler, Grand Prairie Andrew Ward, Richardson Dale Warila, Fort Worth Bill Warren, Smithfield Cameron Warren, Grand Prairie John Waters, Dallas David Watkins, Richardson Randy Watkins, Sweetwater Carol Watson, Grand Prairie Kay Watson, Fort Worth 'N-mi Tree Tends Friends Ronnie Vrba, Waco Kathy Vrla, Dallas Watson Wakefield, Dallas Bill Wade, Irving James Wade, Dallas John Waggoner, Pittsburg, Kansas Elizabeth Waldrip, Fort Worth Kathy Waldrip, Cleburne Kenneth Walker, Comanche Larry Walkington, Fort Worth Q..- in 3 N if 'SS' s.,-1 ns 'E' 4-x 1 :Q if. F ri K , K is if , fm. IVR V ' 5- .M H up i, rv U -. i i X, '- fs J f " S7 'L"w" -vs Q ,Q 69" C.- , 21 ' . Q -J j 2-:J :Zi i N x . . Q. J - ' ,gt ni' if L 3 Br, , JF . St til L, ir 5. L ' w- V V - - .. I Q- 4 in .1 jf, ' xt i A NN X ,, If t iii , f to i X X X st -f , . ' J , t it ki iw te M - ,X 1 ,151 fi ' L -ts W1 if 4" '- '- 4- l Qu? bl W J ,. Q, H 211, .....r' ' ,XA t, . . mf' is ., tx 49- ,21 . SW-w ' A ,M J . nt. f- -if ut l , t A, A p af f y , ,fi J is A ,za i it , ".- 1 J f . , J' , P , s r f , Wi- " 52- 5- . V 1' " A -s S fig I A. r a l, V ' i ,ijt A . K 1-i.s:A4i' J.-ff blllh X 0' 1. in ' 5. 4 I - is X , ' 45 3 ,tx 4 x X 5 i Q f , , P ' 1 R - 1 X sr' ' 1 . l . Y , ' Ei l . X . L 1 :,. I I x A 'N ,V in .ag , Zu ,..., .M if J 5,25 P ,5 thi sa , af. 1. ' ' A Q L.. A Martha Watson, Hurst Wilbert Watson, Dallas Joyce Watters, Arlington Don Watts, Fort Worth Pam Weatherall, lrving Larry Webb, Bowie Vickie Weddel, Fort Worth Diane Weinstock, Dallas Eddie Welch, Grand Prairie Bill Weldon, Palestine Larry Weldon, Vernon Phillip Weldon, Arlington James Welch, Dallas Jimmy Werner, Fort Worth Charlotte West, Mansfield Ed Westerlund, Houston Larry Westmoreland, Fort Worth Billy Whalin, Arlington Jim Whatley, Fort Worth Bart Wheeler, Grand Prairie Beth Wheelis, Jacksboro Wayne Whitaker, Waco Mike Whitbeck, Fort Worth Billy White, Bridgeport Linda White, Dallas Richard White, Cleburne Richard Whitenight, Arlington R. W. Whitton, Hurst Tom Whorley, Mineral Wells Jennie Wiehe, Irving Bill Wiggins, Fort Worth Martha Wiggins, Arlington Allene Williams, Dallas Ann Williams, Fort Worth Carley Williams, Fort Worth Donnie Williams. Spearsville, Louisiana Earnestine Willams, Fort Worth Eugene Wlliams, Kensington, Maryland Gary Williams, Fort Worth Gerald Williams, Fort Worth Kim Williams, Arlington Judy Wlliams. Irving Larry Williams, Dallas Robert Williams, Mount Vernon Susan Williams, Dallas Tommy Williams, Fort Worth Woodrow Williams, Fort Worth Richard Williamson, Dallas Barbara Willis, Dallas Becky Willis, Fort Worth Susan Willmington, Fort Worth Cynthia Wills, Hamlin Sharon Wilshire, Keller Barbara Wilson, Grand Prairie Sharland Windham, Fort Worth De Esta Winters, Sherman Mike Winton, Fort Worth Vernon Wisdom, Grand Prairie Sally Wistrand, Colorado City Julia Wofford, Fort Worth Theresa Wolf, Arlington Glynda Wolfe, Cedar Hill Bob Womack, Fort Worth Melanie Wood, Arlington Gene Woodard, Fort Worth Sharon Woodring, Fort Worth James Wilson, Mesquite Janet Wilson, Arlington Leon Wilson, Fort Worth Judy Winaski, Fort Worth xx K L 'gl X t 'X tax its -s .-rw vvx. Q- -f A ,qfcrgzz , t y. f'i.f'12'l- '.'j,-- A ' ., u. ',. tl" e if ' . - ,.,'v- v.',r, t Q N.. 1- , . 1-f R First Dance Held is 'bw' .32 Q t y mtv .l lx , , -e--- wx 3 t J 3 'Q taxa E -Q' x 5 Q J X , ' Martin Woodruff, Decatur Q X' X Flandell Woods, Jacksboro iff-ff-+"i John Woolery, Grand Prairie Q Orville Wooley, Fort Worth 'ik A J' fl "' Pam Workman, Arlington 31, Sandra Wozniak, Dallas g Jo Etta Wright, Omaha ' , Larry Wright, Fort Worth - Pat Wright, Dallas . H Fi Robyn Wright, Arlington 'V+' "' Shannon Wright, Anson 6- QTQ' Sherry Wright, Arlington X Anderson Wyman, Mexico City, Mexico l SNL X X Linda Wyrick, Garland Joseph Yakamavich, A Scranton, Pennsylvania A gh 1 Q? Donnie Yandell, Fort Worth 3 g, ' C Q an ' Richard Yates, Dallas also 'V' Judy Yeargin, Richardson ,A ft x X Q Robin Yerxa, Arlington Darlene Yoes, Mineral Wells David Young, Dallas Richard Zemenick, Grand Prairie Glenda Zimmerman, Arlington Vicki Zvviacher, Fort Worth as - : ,Q T, of 3' K Students mingle in the first dance of the year, the Howdy Dance KW, x v QW 'if x . . -mf . 2,112 V -X -1 'MJ' X 1' 1 1 'N X ' s x TW X '95 x " , . P D I 1 'xnxx' U 9 -x' K X R . K w N -' 1-x 1 RW N ia K . L .-1.i,wg, , ' ZX-x" 'V wp- iv. , if X 's Q, Q X. , 2 Q fu X ... if ,QTTMN QMS? , 1 Q, V xi 1 Mmlwiw x MP 'fy' X ' Y T 'L ,5 S1 Xw"N46f?, N ' It 49 ,, Q4 Q 9 ' if Q M ,ff " f if , K if 1,55 an ,Q 1. ' fi -M. .5 L- kg , xi 369 i N 1 1 4 Several people made the task of liting the yearbook much easier. We ve a special thanks to these: Ken Roselle who gave something himself to the yearbook by spend- g many undemanded hours to create ctures of unexpected quality, with- it whom, we feel, this book would ive had many meaningless pages . . Judy Briley, a mere freshman, wo finished the year with experience writing copy, drawing layouts, in- rviewing professors-in fact every- ing but taking and printing pictures . Jenny Baker who came to us with tle experience but whose cheerful titude and willingness to help made e year more enjoyable . . . Kay Karr wose speed at the typewriter and ficient filing system made her an valuable secretary . . . Shapur Omid do brought years of experience and slight language barrier to the pro- iction of special portraits of Beau- as and Favorites . . . Tommy Ged- e, the Shorthorn editor, who wrote iorts copy for our all-girl editorial aff . . . Lindsey lvlann and David tchter who served as part-time iotographers . . . Ernest Leister who lvised as until he was called into e military service . . . Kathi Hig- ns who became faculty advisor in e middle of the year, gave her time iselfishly, and saved us from many mstly errors . . . Millie Grice who rned the rough idea for a cover asign into a finished professional oduct . . . Fred Byther who came to ir aid with art work when the time as running out . . . and thanks to e following for their assistance: Les iller of Marvin D. Evans Cog Ken 'hitt and Dub Brown of Public In- rmationg Paul S. Blakney, Student Jblications Advisor, the Shorthorn affg Marcels Studio of Fort Worthg dy Dunnihoog the Student Activities aff, and the academic department aads. The Reveille has seen another year zme to a close. As editors of this Jth yearbook, we feel that outstand- g changes have earned for this year e title "A Vintage Year." From this 'emise, we compiled for you the 1967 eveille. 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Engineering Technicians 133 Amateur Radio Club 127 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 128 American Society of Civil Engineering 126 Art Club 121 Association for Computing Machinery 124 Avolonte Social Club 70 ORGANIZA TIONS Christian Science Col lege Organization 79 Church of Christ 78 Circle K 127 Concert Band 140 Davis Dorm Council 111 Delta Chi Omega 64 Delta Sigma Pi 131 En Ami 72 Epsilon Nu Gamma 116 Eta Kappa Nu 119 Fencing Club 127 Geological Society 122 Holiday Singers 142 lnstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 135 Baptist Student Union 76 Chi Chi Chi 58 Abbot, Carolyn 311 Abernathy, Clifton 279 Abernathy, Don 311 Abraham, Gincla 336 Abraham, Jack 336 Abt, James 311 Acker, Bertie 253 Acker, William 311 Acuff, Elene 336 Acuft, Paula 292 Adams Arthur 336, 134 Adams Cynthia 311 Adams Duane 253, 268 Adams Adams, Patricia 336 Roger 336 Addison, Ronald 311 Adkins, Bob 279 Adkins, Jack 336 Aduddell, Edwin 311 Ahearne, Joe 311 Aillet, Mike 336, 225 Airhart, Teresa 336 Akey, Judilyn 294,78 Akey, Pam 336 f A asgsi, . , 4 4. 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Jodies 96 Kappa Kappa Psi 118 Karuso Pteros 69 Akin , Saundra 294 Albertson, Ronald 336 Alderdice Marc 336 Alexander David 311 Alexander, Hoppie 279 Alexander, Kenny 311 Alexander, Lecil 336 Koshari Sorority 68 Lab Band 141 Lee House Council 110 Les Choisies 71 Lipscomb Hall Council 108 Little Theater 145 Marching Band 140 Methodist Student Center 77 Newman Club 79 NCO Club 89 Pachl Hall Council 112 Phi Delta Epsilon 65 Phi Kappa Theta 115 Physics Club 123 Pi Sigma Epsilon 130 Pistol Team 94 Pre-Law Club 138 Press Club 132 Rebel Rousers 30 Rifle Team 95 INDEX Alsabrook, Darrel 311 Aman, Curtiss 336 Ammons, Jan 336 Ampuero, Roberto 279 Amsler, Robert 253 Amstutz, Keith 253 Anderson, Bill 336, 133 ROTC Otficer's Club 89 Sam Houston Rifles 96 Sans Souci 73 Secretarial Society 128 Sigma Delta Phi 61 Tau Delta Tau 60 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 117 Sigma Pi Sigma 117 Sigma Tau Delta 118 Society of Automotive Engineers 125 Student Activities Board 34 Student Government 26 Student Society of Mechanical Engineering 124 Trinity House Council 113 Vaqueros 136 Young Republicans 129 Zongola 74 Anthony, Phyllis 279 Anton, James 279 Apgar, Jack 79 Apgar, Tom 79 Applewhite, Susan 336 Ard, Steve 336 Arden, Jerry 279 Alexander, Mark 336 Alford, James 279 Alford, Mary 253 Alford, Robert 311, 135, 137 Algood, Robert 336 Alholrn, R. L. 336 Ali, Hashim 294 Allen Armon 311 Allen Connie 336, 129 Allen Curtis 311 Allen Donnie 336 Allen Frank 336 Allen Gary 336 Allen Keith 294 Anderson , Buster 58 Anderson, Darlene 311 Anderson, David 279, 131 Anderson Diane 311 Anderson George 294 Anderson James 336 Anderson Marie 336 Anderson Monty 294, 58 Anderson Robert 311 Anderson Robert W. 279 Anderson Roy 336 Anderson Steve 336 Anderson Thomas 336 Norman 311 Arfman, Pam 311 Ariola, Phillip 279 Armstrong, Ann 144 Armstrong, Charles 311, 133 Armstrong, Ellen 336 Armstrong, Harold 66 Armstrong, Richard 279 Arnold, Harold 294 Arnold, Ken 311, 65 Arthur, Marvin 311, 94 Aschner, Natala 311, 231 Ascue, Dana 294,70 Ash, Barney 311 Ash, La Juan 294 Allen, Robert 279 Allen, Ronald 311 Allen, Marcia 336 Allen, Sherry 336 Alley, Bob 311 Allison, Jeannie 311, 68 Almond, Killis 134 Andreotta, Pamela 311 Andrews, Franciene 336 Anglen, Theresa 311 Anquizola, Gustave 253 Ansley, James 311 Anthony, Janis 294 Anthony, Janis 294 Ashbrook, Elizabeth 336 Ashby, Joe 253 Ashe, Greg 336 Ashley, Connie 311, 72 Ashley, Judy 336 Ashlock, Wayne 311 Ashmore, Helen 294 ,lwflgfgfggqg .146 ,,,,. 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B-3'5" -'s Atchison, Harvey 311, 95 Atherton, Nina 336 Atkerson, Marti 72 Airing, Jim 336, 134 Atkins, Linda 336 Baker, George 311 Baker, Gerald 294, 58 Baker, James 336, 137, 144 Baker, Jenny 311, 72, 83, 109, 132 Nancy 336 Baack, Attaway, Jerry 279, 68, 87, 101 Austin Charles 336 Austin Mickey 95 Austin Jacque 336 Austin Robin 336 Austin Stanley 336 Austin Walter 253 Austin William 336 Averitt, Hester 277 Ayala, Juanita 311 Azcue, Azcue, Babers, Anthony 279 Raymond 279 Clarence 294, 111 Baccus, Kenneth 336 Backus, Fred 336 Bagot, Ed 225 Bagot, Joe 225 Baggett, Richard 279 Bailey 13111336 Bailey, Duryl 253 Bailey, Greg 196 Bailey, James 253 Bailey Joe 244 Bailey Nancy 336 Baird, Frank 253 Baird, Guy 311 Baird, Jo 336 Baker, Barbara 294 Baker, Carl 294 Baker, Donald 294 Baker, Mark 311 Baker, Melva 253 Baldridge, Ralph 311 Baldwin, Steven 279 Balentine, Ginger 336 Ball, Maria 279 Ballard, Dorothy 253 Ballenger, Luann 311 Ballmann, Dan 336 Banell, Frank 337 Banks, Laura 294 Barber, Rodney 312 Barfield, Jerry 312, 73 Bargas, Gary 312 Barker, Calvin L.R. 253 Barker, Larry N. 312 Barker, Scott 312, 65 Barker, Vicki 337 Barkhurst, Neal E. 294 Barksdale, E. C. 253 Barksdale, Gary 337 Barlow, Lee F. 294, 61, 110 Barnes, B. C. 244 Barnes, Michael A. 279 Barnes, Stan 279 Barnhorst, Colin G. 294 Barnes, Bobby 312, 66 Barnes, Martha 337 Barney, Charlotte 312 Barnett, Drewford, A. 337 Barnett, William L. 337 Barnhorst, Ardith 337 Barnes, Larry 337 Barnes, Mike 199, 172 Barr, Linda 279, 74 Barry, Wayne P. 279 Bartelli, Sandi 337 Barton, Benita 337 Barton, Bonna 337, 144 Barton, Jett 337 Barton, Susan 337 Bass, Jerry 77 Bass, Lynda 337 Bassham, Lanny R. 312, 95 Batchelder, Eleanor 72, 103 Bateman, Edwin 294 Bates, Randy 337 Bates, T. W. 279, 133 Battle, John O. 279 Bauer, vivi.-in 312, 73 Baughman, James D. 294 Baughman, Sam 312 Bauguss, Patty 337 Baur, Marie Luise 294, 129 Baur, Ulrich 129 Baxley, Larry 294 Baxter, Charles L. 279 Baxter, Leslie 337 Bayer, Clarence 279 Baylor, Mike 312, 196, 198 Beam, Larry 294 Bean, Elaine 312 Bearden, Barry 294 Bearden, Burley 194 Bearden, Rita 312 Bearden, Ted 279 Bearden, William 337, 95 Beasley, Juanita 337 Beasley, Ricky 312 Beatty, Charles 294 Beaudry, Harry 253 Beck, Luke 337 Becker, Ardith 337 Beckner, Don 223 Beclunah, Bruce 312 Beeler, Dwayne 312 Beeman, Anne 337 Beeman, Robert 312 Beeman, William 253 Beggs, Jim 312, 66 Behnke, Susan 312, 72, 94 Beil, Moonyean 312 Beissner, Joseph 337 Beitelspacher, Phillip 337 Belcher, Kent 337 Bell, Debbie 337 Bell, Fred 338 Bell, Janet 338 Bell, Jimmie 279 Bell, John 312 Bell, Kenneth 279 Bell, Bell Patricia 338 Peggy 312 Bell, refs 338 Bellamy, James 338 Bellomy, George 62 Belt, Phil 279 Benham, Ann 253 Bennett, James 295 Bennett, Jerry 279, 230 Bennett, Larry 312, 58 Bennett, Terry 295 Benson, Carla 312 Benson, Skip 295 Benton, Linda 295 Benton, Victor 279 Beralek, Lawrence 312, 133 Berkline, Jake 312 Bernard, John 295 Bernstein, lra 253 Berry, Susan 338 Berry, Tommy 338 Berryhill, E. P. 253 Berryman, Pat 312 Bertman, Randy 338 Besinque, Brian 338 Besio, Charles 101 Betts , Nora 338 Betts, Roberta 253 Betts, Stephen 338 Bevels, Patricia 295 Bevels, Priscilla 295 Bewley, Ellis 279 Bezner, John 295 Biagiotti, Charlotte 144 Biasatti, Iris 338 Bibb, Brian 338 Bibb, Gene 61 Bickel, Sharon 338 Bigelow, Ronald 312 Billings, Charles 279 Billingsley, Sheryl 338 Bingaman, Dub 338 Birchfield, Jimmy 312 Bird, Roger 338 Bird, William 338 Birdwell, Rita 338 Birks, Rayford 338, 201 Bishop, Allen 312 Bishop, Bryan 279, 66 Bishop, Gary 338 Bishop, Lynne 295, 54, 73 Bittner, Terry 338 Bixler, Joannie 312 Blacherby, D. W. 295 Black, Bill 312 Black, Eugene 312 Black, Mary 338 Black, Robert 338 Black, Truman 253 Blackburn, Barry 312 Blackstone, John 312 Blackwell, Charles 279 Blackwell, Charles 253 Blackwell, James 312 Blair, David 312 Blair, Fred 295 Blake, Patty 338, 144 Blake, Randy 279 Blakney, Paul 253, 132, 249, 329 Bland, Barbara 338 Blanks, Randy 338, 134 Blanton, Jane 338 Blanton, Matthew 253 Blass, Gary 295 Block, Judith 312 Blomquist, Charles 295 Blonder, Arnold 112 Bloom, Jackie 312 Bloomfield, Amy 295 Blount, Carol 312 Boatright, Jo 253 Bobbitt, Rosanne 338 Browning, Ronald 313 Bock, Robert 338 Boggs, Judy 338 Bolen, James 253 Boles, Joel 295 Boley, R. B. 253 Bolton, Carol 338 Bolton, Ronald 279, 78 Bonar, Eunice 253 Bond, Joe 338 Bond, Karen 312 Bonham, Danny 338 Boockott, Betsy 279 Bookout, Linda 312, 71 Boon, John 254 Boone, Dan 312, 61, 225, 226 Boorman, Tommy 338 Booth, Andy 338 Booth, Ronald 295 Boren, Carter 254, 76 Boren, Linda 339 Borne, Arthur 295 Borne, Larry 339 Bosh, Dorcus 312 Bosher, Robert 312 Bost, E. L. 254 Boston, Randal 339 Boswell, G. L. 279 Bouffard, Michael 312, 100 Boullt, Marilyn 339 Boullt, Robert 339 Bowden, Allen 279, 135 Bowden, Linda 339 Bowden, Sheryl 312, 70 Bowen, Bobby 312, 95 Bower, Bonita 295 Bower, James 295 Bower, Sherry 339 Bowles, Lory 295 Bowles, Michael 279 Bowling, Robert 279 Bowman, David 280, 66, 167 Bowman , Rosemarie 339, 77 Bowmer, Jerald 312 N Boyd, Michael 280 Boydston, Barty 295, 58 Boykin, Robert 280 Boyle, Cynthia 339 Boyle, Robert 254 Box, Ronald 312, 78 Brock, Carla 339 Bradford, Gary 339, 111 Bradford, Lawrence 312 Bradford, Lane 339 Bradley, Earl 339 Bradley, Marvin 295 Bradshaw, Delbert 280 Bradshaw, Johnnie 339 Brady, Ernie 312 Bragg, Louis 254 Bragg, Russ 339 Braggs, Mary 295 Bramlett, J. H. 280 Bramlett, Kenneth 312 Brandenburg, Jimmy 280 Brannen, Jerry 339 Brannon, Bruce 312 Branscum, Daniel 313 Branson, Mike 223 Brashear, Ricky 339 Brass, Ray 339 Brassell, Billy 295 Braswell, Karron 280, 74 Braswell, Michael 295 Bratcher, Bobbye 313 Brawley, Don 295 Brazier, David 62 Brazzil, William 254, 129 Breckenridge, Sherry 313 Breedlove, Kay 280 Brett, Gerald 295 Brewer, Cecil 339, 137 Brewer, Jerry 339 Brewster, Carole 339 Brewster, Richard 339 Brewster, Weldon 240 Brewton, Stephen 339 Breyer, Ken 339 Bridges, Michael 339 Bridges, Ronny 313 Briley, Charles 339 Briley, Judy 339, 82, 132 Brin, Richard 339, 129 Brinkley, Melanie 339 Briseno, Gloria 339 Brister, Douglas 339 Britain, Howard 313 Britt, Charles 295 Britton, Jim 280 Broiles, Gary 339 Brock, David 295 Bronstad, Bette 313 Brooks, Kenneth 339 Brooks, Mike 201 Brooks, Ron 295, 134 Browder, Jim 339 Brown, Betty 313 Brown, Bob 339 Brown Burl 58 Brown, Carey 313 Brown, Doll 339 Brown, David 295 Brown, David 295 Brown, David K. 280 Brown, Dennis 313 Brown, 'Greg 313 Brown, Harold 339 Brown, Harry 295 Brown, James 313 Brown Janette 313 Brown, John 313 Brown Kathy 313 Brown Laura 339 Brown, Mary 313 Brown Raymon 280 Brown, Rick 339 Brown, Robert 339 Brown, Robert L. 339 Brown, Roy 313 Brown Royce 339 Brown, Teresa 313 Brown, William 239 Broyles, David 295, 129 Broyles, David 295 Bruce, Charles 254 Bruckner, Michael 280 Bruner, Judith 295 Bruner, Melinda 339 Brusewitz, Edie 295 Bruss, Fred 295 Bruss, Joe 295 Bryan, Andrew 295 Bryant, Ferrell 280 Bryant, J. D. 254 Bryant, Mary 313 Bryant, Warren 340 Bryce, James 254 Browning, Stanley 339 Buchanan, Martha 313 Buchanan, Michael 340 Buchanan, Rob 295 Buck, Grady 280 Buckellew, Madeleine 280 Buehler, William 340 Buehrle, Betty 277 Buettiker, Paul 254 Bullock, Jimmy 340 Bump, Daniel 79 Bumpass, Beverly 340 Buntin, Jo Lynn 313 Burba, Joe 313 Burdette, Dennis 295 Burger, James 295, 64 Burger, Waland 24 Burgess, Eddie 340 .f , 45 . t .ff me 7 ,-if 1, slate ff 2:-wise pw as .,.-25"-'. if A W4 1, 552 .-kL- z 4? n V 3 Burgess, Pamela 313, 144 Burgin, Ann 254 Burke, Brad 78, 201 Burkett, Carol 340 Burkholder, Daniel 254 Burleson, Gary 340 Burman, Harold 254 Burns, Barbara 313, 71 Burns, Bobby 313, 225 Burns, John 254 Burris, Rusty 295, 73 Burroughs, Jack 313 Burseen, Ronald 314, 221 Burseen, Tommy 295, 221 Burson, Albert 111 Burt, John 295 Burton, Stan 295 Burton, William 340 Bury, Bruce 340 Busbee, Carl 130 Busbee, Gerald 280 Busbee, Randy 134 Bush, Ray 340 Bush, Royce 295, 62, 230 Bush, Sharron 340 Bussey, Charles 295 Bussey, Gary 314 Butcher, James 295 Butler, James 255 Butler, Louray 340 Butler, Robert 340 Butler, Skipper 340 Butts, Bev 340 Buyers, John 295, 64 Buzbee, Sam 112 Bynum, Jerry 295 Bynum, Sandra 340 Byrd, Paddy 340 Byrd, Tanya 340 Byrd, William 280 Byrne, Bob 295 Byther, Fred 295 Cade, William 340 Coffey, James 255 Caffey, Sandy 340 Cagle, Judy 340 Cagley, Robert 296 Cain, Bill 187 Cain, Bob 314, 225 Cain, Larry 296 Calcoagno, Mike 62 Calder, Charles 340 Caldwell, Alan 314, 66 Caldwell, Don 340 Calfee, Richard 66 Calhoun, Margie 340 Callaway, Brenda 340, 144 Cameron, Margaret 255 Camp, Perry 340 Camp, Sharon 314, 72 Campbell, Carol 280 Campell, Cathy 340 Campbell, Gloria 314, 70, 136 Campbell, Jerri 280, 55, 69, 289 Campbell, Kerry 314 Campbell, Ronnie 62 Campbell, Theresa 341 Campos, Federico 296, 101 Cannon, Charles 280, 87, 93, 101 Cannon, Odis 280 Canter, Ronald 280, 131 Cantrell, Sandy 296 Cantrell, Sherry 296, 70 Cantrell, Wood 280 Cantwell, Donald 255 Canup, Sam 314 Capers, Dan 296 Capps, William 314 Caraway, Ralph 341 Cargile, Al 280 Carlisle, Charles 280 Carlisle , Douglas 341 Carl isle, Penny 280 Carlock Carlock Carlson , Gaylord 280 , Larry 133 , Richard 341 Carmack, Ted 62 Carnahan, Sharon 341 Carnes, James 255 Carnes, Mary 341 Carol, Barbara 255 Carpenter, Jesse 196 Carpent er, Leon 280 Carr, Johnnie 314 Carr, Perry 314 Carr, Ray 314 Carrell, Frankie 341 Carrizales, Gustavo 341 Carroll, Carolyn 280 Carroll, Joan 296 Carrothers, Judy 314 Carson, Dianne 341 Carson, Jerry 61 Carter, Carroll 341 Carter, Glenn 296, 66 Carter, Jerry 341 Carter, John 341 Carter, John 296 Carter, Kay 341 Carter, Robert 255 Carter, Troy 280 Carter, William 341 Carter, William 341 Carver, Nevin 341 Carver Wayne 341 Chapman, Steve 315 Chappell, Roy D. 315 Charles, Beverly 315 Chatham, Jay 65 Chatham, Jimmie 315 Chattey, Paul 296 Cheatham, June 341 Cheavans, Frank 255 Chelf, Mike 315 Chen, Mo-Shing 255 Cheney, Monroe 255 Chennault, Sarah 341 Chenowth, Suzanne 315 Cherry, Susan 341 Chesney, Linda 341 Chesnut, Dorothy 255 Chesnut, John 296 Chessmore, Helen 296 Childers, Linda 280 Childers, M. R. 255 Childers, Ren 341 Chism, Beatrice 315 Chittongwong, Sanit 296 Choate, Doyle 341 Choate, Mike 60 Choate, Janetta 315 Chrietzberg, Jane 341 Chrisman, Jo 255 Christal, Mike 65 Christie, Marty 341 Christopher, Donna 255 Christopher, Gary 280, 131 Christopherson, Scott 341 Chubb, Lonni 341 Church, Ted 280 Cisneros, Robert 315 Clark, Ann 296 Clark, Barbara 341 Clark, Billy 315 Clark, Donnie 341 Clark, Gertrude 296 Case, David 341 Case, Robert 314 Casebeer, Barry 314 Casey, Grady 314 Casey, Robert 280 Cash, Floyd 255 Cashion, Jenny 296 Cason, Steve 341, 225 Cassada, Barbara 314 Cassady, Brian 296 Cassidy, George 314 Castillo, Mary 341 Castleberry, Ronnie 314 Caswell, Jerry 280 Cate, Edward 341 Cate, Sandra 341 Caudill, Ed 296 Caudle, Wanda 314 Caver, Fred 314 Cayce, Cameron 341 Cayton, Claudia 296 Cde Baca, Pat 296 Cedillo, Manuela 341 Cervantes, Blanche 314 Cervantes, Charles 296 Chaloupka, Johnny 296 Chamberlain, Jim 314 Chamberlin, Linda 341 Chambers, Hozea 314 Clark, Jerry 341 Clark, John 315, 314 Clark, Linda 341 Clark, Doyle 255 Clark, Mark 296 Clark, Pat 341 Clark, Ron 341 Clark, Sharon 315 Clark, Steve 315 Clarke, Sam 280 Clarkson, Herb 341 Claterbaugh, Danny 315 Clawson, Charles 280 Clay, Charles 255 Clegg, Curtis 255 Clem, Brian 341 Clem, Donald 133 Clemmer, Rita 341 Clemmons, Russell 255 Clemson, Dan 341 Cleveland, Don 52, 58 Cleveland, Leslie 341 Click, Ronnie 341 Clingman, David 341 Clinton, Doyle 255 Clock, John 296 Cloughly, Pat 315, 70 Clause, Cynthia 341 Clowers, Penny 78 Chambers, Jerry 296 Chambers, Jim 280 Chambers, Radford 296 Chambliss, Champion, Ronald 314 Champlin, Larry 314 Champlin, Larry 314 Chandler, Connie 341 Chandler, P. L. 280 Chapman, Bennie 314 Chapman, Joe 314 Chapman Chapman: Robert 341 Linda 314 Chapman, Russell 341 Gardner, 296, 137 Cabo, Gary 341 Cochran, Helen 341, 160 Cochran, James 315, 137 Cochran, John 280 Cochran, Leonard 221 Cochran, Margaret 255 Cockrell, Claude 280, 223 Coe, Leslie 342 Coffelt, Kenneth 255 Coffey, Gene 280 Coffman, Fay 280 Cogdell, Thomas 255 Cohen, Lynne 342 Cohen, Sidney 296 3 6 t 2 x Q if Nqfwf Si. 2 1 fs V W ,, V,,.,. 1' ,, firgkst' ,-' is 443,332 , 'ad' 3 Coke, Barbara 342 Coke, Robert 255 Coke, William 58 Coker, Ronald 280 Coldwell, Gene 297 Coleman, Gay 315 Colgin, John 222 Collerain, Edward 297, 132 Colley, Stephen 342 Collier, Candy 297 Collier, George 342 Collingsworth, Mike 201 Collins, Brad 297 Collins, Judy 280 Collins Collins Larry 297 She rry 342 Cotten, David 342 Collins, Terry 342, 225 Combs, Sandy 71 Committe, Thomas 255 Condon, William 315 Conine, Howard 62 Conine, James 62 Conley, John 342 Connolly, Charles 240 Connally, Donald 64 Connatser, Betty 280 Connatser, Rebecca 70 Conner, Mike 231 Conner, Milton 315 Conner, Patti 315 Connor, Michael 342 Constable, Bill 297 Conway, Joel 315, 64 Conwell, Claude 280, 132 Cook, Cook, Cook, Cook, Cook, Cook, J. F. 255 Janice 297 Jim 131 Lloyd 342 Philip 342, 144 William 280 Cooley, David 342 Cooper, Christophe 315 Cooper, Gary 297 Cooper, Howell 315, 112 Cooper, Linda 342 Cooper, Melvin 342 Cooper, Pam 342 Cooper, Walter 297 Cooper, Warren 297 Cooper, Yvonne 315, 70 Copela Copela Copela nd, Danny 297 nd, James 342 nd, Sharon 315 Coplin, Gary 280, 137 Corbin, Steven 342 Corbitt, Norman 297 Corboy, Annabelle 315, 74 Corboy, Martha 342 Cordes, Dennis 297 Corkery, Richard 134 Cormier, Max 315 Correa, Rudolph 133 Costello, Cathy 315 Cotton, Penny 297, 69 Couch, Couch Billy 342, 133 Bobby 297 Couch, Cecil 255 Couch, John 297 Coulson, Cindi 71, 168, 313, 356 Coulson, Robert 315 Coulson, Ross 342 Coulter, C. M. 255 Coulter, Ron 342, 133 Covert, Fred 297 Covey, Carol 280 Coville, Elaine 315 Covington, James 280 Cowart, Douglas 297 Cox, Carl 315 Cox, Jerry 97, 101 Cox, Judy 315 Cox, Kathy 342, 73 Cox, Nancy 342, 33, 60 Cox, Nita 255 Cox, John 297 Cox, Ralph 297 Cox Robert 297, 62 Cox, Tad 297 Crabb, Cindy 342 Craenns, William 315 Craft, Ross 342 Craig, Steven 343 Crane, Janet 70 Cranford, Don 315, 94, 95 Craven, Mike 65 Cravens, William 64 Crawford, Allen 343 Crawford, Bob 277 Crawford, Danny 315 Crawford, Edward 315 Crawford, Glenda 343 Crawford, Jon 315 Crawford, Stephen 343 Crayton, Debbe 343 Crayton, Jeff 58 Credille, James 343 Creel, Sharon 343 Cremer, Barry 315, 62 Crenshaw, Clifton 255 Crenshaw, Mary 297 Crews, Jim 99 Crider, Tom 66 Crider, Louise 247 Crist, Jean 69 Criswell, Jerri 315, 70, 110 Critz, Carolyn 297, 73 Crockett, Paula 343 Crockett, Sue 343 Crone, Terry 297 Crouch, Henry 280, 79, 129 Crow, Danny 343 Crow, Horace 343 Crowder, David 280 Crowder, Ruby 343 Crowe, Don 297, 61 Crowley, Bucky 297 Crumb, Stephen 255, 135 Crusinberry, James 280 Culling, Laurence 315 Cumbie, Gary 343, 138 Cumings, Linda 343 Cummings, Gary 297 Cummings, Lynn 343 Cummins, Don 297 I' was .....i'.... Cummins, R icttard 343 Cunn ingharn , Donna 343 Cunn Ingham, Cunningham, Patti 343 Conn ingham, Randie 315 CJpp Linda 297 Curry, John 315,131 Curr, Myra 240 Curti William 343 Cushman, Michael 343 Cushman, Tom 281 Michael 315, 111 Dobbs, Bob 343 Daberry, Howard 281 Dabney, Dicl.134 Dale, Gene 297 Dailey, Joseph 255 Dalton, Duce 315 Dalton, Eric 315, 134 Dana, D'anna 297, 70 Dana, Fieldona 297 Dana, Suzanna 343 Daniels, Dianna 343 Daniels, Gerald 343 Daniels, Howard 64, 129 Danielson, Danny 315 Darden, Paul 297 Darland, Anne 315 Darnell, Linda 297 Darovich, Donna 315, 85, 108 132 Dart, Gerald 281 Darr, Ronald 281, 79, 135 Darwin , Morris 315 Davidson, Norman 343 Davidson, Rechey 281 Davk, Davk, Davk, Davk, Davk, Davig Davh, Davk, Davk, Davk, Davh, Davh, Davk, Davk, Davk, Davk, Davk, Davh, Davh, Davh, Davig Davk, Davh, Davk, Davk, Cheryl 343 Danny 343 Donny 297, 66 David 281 Guy 315, 58 James 315 Joe 297 Juanita 297 Laddie 281 Linda 343 Linda 343 Michael 315 Paul 315 Phyllis 297, 74 Randolph 316 Ray 133 Robert 316 Robert L. 281 Robert S. 281 Sharon 316, 72 Shirley 316 Susan 343 Toby 297, 99 Tommy 297 Tommy 297, 62 Dawley, Mike 316 Dawson Dawson Dawson , Chuck 297 , Dan 95 , Joan 316, 72 Day, Barbara 343 Day, D Day, D iane 93 onald 343 Day, Glenn 316, 137 Day, Kermit 343 Day, Linda 343 Day, Michael 316 Day, Ronnie 343 Dean, Euda 255 Dean, Glenda 343 Dean, Linda 343 Dean Lois 281, 74 Dean Dean Robert 255 Scotty 297 Deason, Betty 343 Debbs, Charles 66 DeBusk, Penny 316 Decker, Cynthia 343 Deerfield, George 225 DeFrank, Mike 343 Dehler, Ronald 343 Dekker, Kay 343 De Koker, Jon 297 DeKonty, Hannah 297 Dela Cruz, Eligia 316, 112 De La Paz, Gloria 255, 68 Del.oughter, David 316 DeLaughter, Donald 297 DeLaughter, Samuel 343 Deloach, Grady 316 Delwaide, Joe 297 Denman, Clarence 256 Demaris, Rene 71, 166 Dempsey, Linda 316, 129 Dempster, Roy 297 Deneve, Mary 343 Dennis, Bob 297 Dennis, Mary 297 Denson, Lynn 316 Denton, Carolyn 281 Derczo, John 316 Derrick, Billy 343 Desha, Paul 256 DeVault, Daryl 297 Devenport, Mary 256 Diana, Leonard 256 Dias, Daniel 316 Dice, Harry 256 Dicken, Eddie 297 Dickerson, Rita 316 Dickerson, Tommey 343 Dickson, William 316, 134 Diehl, Jack 343 Diem, Bob 297, 195 Diem, Mamie 281, 71 Dietert, Douglas 343 Dietz, Mary Jane 343 Dillehoy, Glen 281 Dillon, John 316, 66 Dingus, Mike 298 Dixon, Donald 298 Dixon, Richard 64 Dixson, James 316, 134 Doak, Alexander 343 Dobbs, Charles 316 Dobbs, Fred 130 Dobbs, Fred 281 Dodge, Charles 256 Dodgen, Diane 316, 73 Dodgen, Linda 343 Dodson, Nancy 343 Doerr, John 316, 135 Doerr, Robert 343 Dollar, Bill 66 Dollar, Robert 248 Domanovsky, Paul 256 Dominguez, Frank 316 Donaldson, Ann 343 Donalson, Walter 298 Dooley, Linda 344 Doremus, Maureen 344 Dorsey, Herve 344 Dorsey, Paula 316 Dortch, Tommy 344 Doty, Erceal 316 Doughty, Enivin 256 Douglas, Beverly 298 Douglas, Donald 281 Douglas, Richard 298 Douglass, Marsha 344 Dove, Robert 344 Dove, Ronnie 78 Dover, Ronald 256 Dowd, Barry 201 Dowdey, James 256 Downey, Ronnie 344 Downing, Wanda 71 Dozier, James 281 Dragisic, Chuck 344, 225 Drago, Jerry 281 Drake, Robert 344, 134 Drennan, Carol 344 Drennan, Dale 281 Drennan, Fred 298, 60 Drews, Wayne 316 Drexel, Karen 344 Droze, Wilmon 256 Dubach, Linda 281 Dubic, Michele 316 Duckett, Suzanne 71 Duff, James 256 Duffer, Jimmy 344 Duke, Billy 298, 60 Duke, Richard 344 Dulaney, James 281 Dunaway, Chip 344 Dunbar, Dixie 298 Duncan, Donald 316 Duncan, Dora 344, 94 Duncan, Martha 344 Dungan, Ronnie 344 Dunkin, Ronald 344 Dunn, Beverly 316, 70 Dunn, Larry 298, 201 Dunn, Marcus 298 Dunnihoo, Judi 281, 81, 173 Dunson, Duane 316 Dunsworth, David 344 Dunsworth, H.A.D. 256 Dupuy, John 316 Durham, Connie 298 Durling, Diana 298 Dutton, David 344 Dutton, Ronnie 344 Dwight, William 316 'S-iff Dycus, John 316 Dye, Robert 344 Dyer, Danny 256 Dyer, Rex 256 Eagle, Hugh 298 Earhart, Travis 281 Early, Jon 58 Easom, Bobby 316, 225 5 12' Q 5" ei? 'Ng ,rs 5 Easter, Lynne 298, 71, 110 Easterling, Don 256, 225 Eastlake, Robert 316 Eaton, Paul 344 Ebensberger, Gary 256 Echart, C. M. 256 Echels, Pat 344 Eddleman, Sue 316, 78 Edington, Tresa 298, 73, 77 Edmonds, Don 281 Edmundson, Bonny 298 Edmondson, Byron 129 TELEPH NE Edmunds, Mike 101 Edwards Barbara 344 Edwards, Cheryl 344 Edwards, Deanna 298 Edwards, Eugene 344 Edwards, Michael 281 Edwards, Robert 298 Edwards, Terry 316 Edwards, William 58 Egger, Cathy 344 Eichelberger, Clayton 256 Eichenberger, Fred 316 Einhaus, Elizabeth 316, 79 Elbel, Sandra 316, 74 Eller, Charles 256, 133 Elliott, Don 316 Elliott, John 58 Elliott, Marcia 316 Elliott, Richard 316 Elliott, Steve 298 Elliott, Terri 316 Elliott, William 256 Ellis, Craig 344 Ellis, James 298 Ellis, Jason 256, 271 Ellis, Lehman 344 Elliston, Kenneth 344, 111 Elridge, Kathryn 316 Elza, Marie 316 Embry, Diana 344 Embry, Kenneth 132 Emerson, Emily 344 Emison, Rupert 281, 135 Emmons, Karen 344 Anagati, Eskandar 298 Endicott, Gayla 316 Engelhardt, D. L. 256 Engelhardt, D. W. 344 England, Bobby 316 England, John 60 England, Rhonda 344 Englebretson, Paul 66 Epperson, Carlton 281 Eppink, Gary 282 Epps, Bettie 344 Epps, William 316, 134 Erdogdu, Ayze 316 Erickson, Gerald 316 Erickson, Steve 282 Erlick, Barry 298 Erspamer, Laurie 344 Erwin, Tom 316 Escaieda, Carmelita 344 Escoe, Keith 282 Esquivel , Florentine 316 Essa ry , Judy 344 Estes, C harles 344 Estes, Emory 256 Estes, Jon 317, 135 Estes, Ralph 256, 269 Eudaley, Terry 317 Evans, Earl 298 Evans, Michael 344 Evans, Randy 298, 92, 1OO Everard, Noel 256 Everett, Jimmy 317 Everett, Stan 282, 66 Everitt, Andrea 317 Fagan, John 282, 135 Fahey, Paulette 344 Fain, Charles 317 Fairchild, Jack 256 Falconer, David 256 Falconer, Joan 282 Fallis, Jimmy 344, 134 Follis, Mary 345 Falls, James 317, 61 Falvo, Susan 345 Fancher, Gary 345 Fanning, Craig 345 Faries, Donna 298 Farmer, James 282 Farmer, J. D. 298 Farmer, John 345 Fal'row, Alan 282 Farquhar, Ronnie 345 Farr, Roger 58 Fehler, Ronald 345 Feik, John 298, 62 Feliton, Leah 345 Felix, George 61 Felscher, Sheri 298, 74 Felty, F. E. 345 Fenimore, Gayle 345 Fenoglio, Gary 317 Ferguson, Cheryl 345, 144 Ferguson, John 282 Ferrante, Russell 345, 111 Ferstenfeld, Leonard 282 Fertita, Frank 298 Fields, Billie 282 Fields, Darwin 345 Fields, Russ 60 Fieseler, Ronald 345 Filadelfia, Linda 345 Files, Carl 256 Files, Nelson 298 Finch, Janie 345 Findley, Stephen 298, 137 Finn, Lawrence 282 Fischbein, Jack 345 Fischer, Kenneth 66 Fisher, Jack 298 Fisher, Janet 317 Fisher, Jerry 345 Fisher, Thomas 298 Fissel, John 345 Fitch, James 282 Fitio, John 317 Fitzgerald, James 317 Fitzgerald, John 282, 135 Fitzgerald, Roger 95 Flaherty, Robert 298, 138 Flatt, Richard 317, 78 Flatt, Victor 298 Fleming, Nicki 282 Fleming, Wayne 345 Fleming, Wendell 282 Flenniken, Neita 256 Fletcher, Michael 282 Flinn, Timothy 257 Flinn, Wesley 257, 79 Florence, Felixa 317, 73 Floyd, Billy 317, 129 Floyd, Russell 257 Flusche, Patrick 317 Foerster, Roland 282 Foit, Carolyn 317 Foley, Ronald 345 Follin, Dot 345 Foltz, Joseph 298 Forbes, B. M. 257 Forcht, Frieda 317 Ford, Cheryl 317 Ford, E. l-l. 257 Ford, Dink 282 Ford, Doug 298 Ford, Eddie 282 Ford, Joe 345 Ford, lxenneth 3-15 Ford, Linda 317 Ford, Lonnie 298 Foreman, Jack 317 Forester, Ailsey 257 Forgy , Elma 345 Fornero , Forrest, Billy 298 James 282 Forrester, Aurian 345 Forsythe, William 345 Fortenberry, George 257 Fortenberry, George 60 Foster, Jerry 230 Foster Jimmie 282, 95 1 rosref, Linda 345 Foster, Mack 345 Foster, Richard 282 Foster Robert 257 1 Foster, Ronald 257 Fowler, Frank 345 Fowler, James 282 Fowler, Pat 245 Fowler, Phyllis 317 Fowler, Rusty 298, 61 Fowler, Sims 282 Fox, Charlotte 345 Francis, Johnny 282 Francis, Linda 345 Francis, Robert 257 Frank, Karen 298 Frank, Robert 298 Franklin, Jerry 298, 130 Franklin, Judy 317, 72 Frantz, Forrest 298 Frazell, Jacque 317 Free, Eddie 134 Freeman, Darald 317 Freeman, Judy 345 Freeman, Larry 230 Freeman, R. J. 345 Freeman, Ron 130 Freeman, William 282, 129 Freer, Gary 58, 73 French, Richard 257 Frey, Rita 317 Friedman, Bill 282, 60 Fritcher, David 345 Fritcher, Edward 282 Fritz, Jake 283 Frost, Jack 345 Fry, Gary 298 Frye, Michael 317 Fugate, Anne 346 Fulenwider, Ginger 283, 68 Fulkerson, Gerald 346 Fullwood, Travis 346 Furlong, Jacquelyne 298 Furgeson, Sherry 317, 71 Furstenberg, Janet 318 Fuqua, Linda 346 Gabbert, Gary 283 Gaddis, Dianna 346 Gaddis, Jimmy 318 Gafford, Angela 318 Gatford, Treva 346 Gage, Dorothy 318, 78 Gaines, David 298 Gaidica, Daniel 283 Gaidica, Margie 346 Galliher, Dick 81, 173 Galloway, Ellen 346 Gamble, Thomas 318, 137, 144 Gann, Mary Ellen 318 Gannett, Skip 283 ow, sum 313, ce, 136, Gardner, David 250 Gardner, John 257 Gardne r, Larry 129 Gardner, Tim 64 Gardner, Tom 144 Garis, Garner Garner Garonz Garrett Betty 298 , Karen 70 , Randle 62 ik, Allan 283 , Jerry 283 Garrett, Jim 257 Garrett, Robert 283 Garrett, Sharon 318 Garrett, William 299 Garth, John 299 Garvin, Joe 299 Garza, Linda 346 Garza, Roel 299, 221 Garza, T. Albert 346 Garza, Victor 318 Gaskill, Johnny 318 Gatchel, Stanley 299 Gatlin, William 318 Gavia, Jessie 318 Gavia, Rachel 283 Gay , Stephen 299 ,111 George, David 318 George, John 318 George, Terry 209, 203, 208 Gerik, Richard 346 Germany, Brent 283 Gerron, Sheldon 299, 131 Getts, Barbara 257 Giallorenzo, George 318 Gibbons, Emma Sue 346 Gibbons, Gary 318 Gibbs, Kathy 318, 68, 129 Gibbs, Phil 346 Gibson, Deborah 346 Gibson, Geargeann 283 Gibson, Judy 346 Gibson, Larry 318 Gibson, Susan 346 Giddings, David 299, 78 Gifford Chuck 137 Gilbert Carl 257 Gilbert Leuna 74 Gilbert Teresa 346 Gilbert, Terry 318 Gilbreath, Joe 257 Gayler, Mary Zane 318, 73 Geddie, Tommy 318, 84, 132 Gedeon, Sharleen 346 Geinsweider, Henry 225 Geiser, William 346 Genovesi, Dennis 283 Gentry, Mike 318 George, David 346 Gilbreath, Mack 346 Gilbreath, Mary 346 Gillespie, Paul 283 Gillaspie, Horace 249 Gilley, Gayla 318 Gillham, Susan 318 Gilmore, Roy 346 Gipson, Gene 299, 205, 206 Giradot, Peter 236 Girvin, Calvin 318 Gist, Pamela 299 Gladden, Frank 257 Glass, Cynthia 346 Glasser, William 346 Glatts, Larry 299, 65 Gleason, David 346 Glomski, Judy 346 Glover, Connie 299, 70, 110 Glover, Nolan 283 Glynn, Barbara 318 Gnuse, Robert 318 Goad, John 299, 131 Gober, Teddy 283 Godsey, Sherri 346 Goin, Donald 346 Goldberg, Mike 283, 61 Golden, Jack 318 Golden, Ronnie 299, 62, 230 Goldgar, Ansel 283, 135 Goldie, Eleanore 319 Goldman, Mel 319 Gonzales, Anthony 346 Gooch, Kenneth 64 Gooch, Patti 299 Good, James 346 Goodale, Billy 319 Goode, James 346 Gooden, Garry 283, 62 Goodman, Frank 319 Goodman, Harry 299 43Il 1' f Goodman, Linda 319 Goodman, Truman 94, 95 Goodwin Goodwin Goodwin Goodwin Goolsby , Gordon , Gordon, Gordon, Gorham, , Joe Lee 257 , John 135 , John M. 257 , Lee 319 Roger 283 Garland 283 Jim 283 Suzanne 346, 78 Eugene 299, 130 Gorham, John 346 Gostomski, Barbara 319, 79 Gostomski, Mary Ann 299 Gotthard, David 283 Gough, Fred 198 Goulding, Duaine 299 Gourley, Janet 299 Gowens, Pat 346 Goyne, A. V. 257 Goyne, Archie 346 Gozo, Barry 346 Grab, Nadine 346, 79 Gradick, David 58 1 s l f k l Greenwood, Carolyn 299 Greer, Jimmy 136 Greer, Sandra 346 Gregg, Sandra 346 Gregor, Patsy 144 Gregory, Curtis 346 Gregory, Jerry 319, 134 Gregory, Larry 347 Gregory, Lynda 347 Gregory, Ric 347 Gregory, Sallie 347 Grewe, Barbara 283, 68 Grider, Sandy 347, 68 Griffin, Anthony 64 Griffin, Arthur 283 Griffin, Larry 319 Griffin, Leonard 347 Griffin, Marlene 347 Griffin, Mickey 64 Griffin, Sandra 347 Griffith, Allen 62 Griffith, Jack 347 Griffith, James 347 Griffith, Ray 299 Hadsell, Dike 347 Hagard, Luther 258, 270 Hager, Don 283 Haggard, Clyde 283 Haggard, Ruth Ann 258 Hagood, Ken 319 Hailey, Betty 299 Hailey, Mike 299 Haines, Mike 319 Haire, Brenda 71 Hale, Howard 59, 70 Hale, Michael 319 Hale, Robert 299, 62, 166 Hale, Stephen 319 Haley, Brian 347 Haley, Charles 283 Hamrick, Laurence 283 Hance, Doug 300 Hancock, David 283, 138 Hancock, Jay 348, 133 Hancock, Margaret 348 Haney, Michael 348 Hankins, Gary 283, 130 Hankins, Jim 348 Hanks, Harry 259 Hanlon, Ellen 348 Hanning, Thomas 259 Harbuck, Mike 348 Hardage, Bill 134 Harder, Kenneth 283 Hardgrave, Jerry 300 Hardin, James 319 Haley, Mickie 347 Hall, Bill 347 Hall, C. C. 258 Hall, Cindy 347 Hall, Duane 299 Hardin, Janet 319, 72, 109 Hardin, Joe 59 Hardin, Martha 259 Hardin, Mike 319 Hardin, Sandra 319, 72, 108 Hall, Hall, Hall, Jane Ann 347 Jim 283 John 112 Grange, Graham, Allen 283, 284 Graham , Curtis 269 Graham, Mike 319, 77 Graham, Norweita 258 Graham, Stephen 299 ,James 64 Grant, Sue 283, 66 Graves, Barbara 346 Graves, Jerry 346 Gray, Bo b 346 Gray, Carolyn 346 Gray, Dale 346 Gray, Deborah 346 Gray, Ev erette 283, 87 Gray, Paul 346 Grayson, Gary 137 Green, Charles 236 Green, Claud 346 Green, G. N. 258 Green, Gary 283 Green, Gayle 346 Green, Gorman 299 Green, Grady 319 Green, Harold 258 Green, Jack 346 Green, Tommy 283 Greene, Bob 346, 61 Greene, Kay 346 Greene, Mike 299 Greene, Tommy 319 Grigg, Calvin 258, 264 Grimes, James 347 Grimland, Richard 347 Grisham, James 347 Grisham, Weldon 319, 193, 197 Groce, Larry 299 Groner, David 258 Groody, Patricia 319 Grove, Rexanne 319 Groves, Rickey 347 Grubb, Grover 258 Grubbs, Charles 347 Grubbs, Robert 319 Grumbling, Robert 299, 134 Guarnera, Joe 347 Guenzel, James 66, 136 Guillory, Vera 347 Guinn, Mabel 347 Gunter, James 347, 201 Gupta, Vijay 299 Guthrie, Joe 65 Haagen, Jerilyn 347 Haagen, Peter 283, 66 Hackler, Bobby 299, 58 Haddock, Tony 299 Haden, Andy 58 Hall, Karen 347 Hall, Kathryn 347 Hall, Martin 258 Hall, Mike 348 Hall, Pam 348 Hall, Robert 319, 64 Hallaran, Trucli 283, 71 Hamblin, William 348 Hambrick, Pati 299, 71 Hamby, Orton 258 Hamilton Hamilton Hamilton Hamilton Hamilton 104 Hamilton, Hamilton, Hamilton I I I I I I Dudley 319 Harriett 71 Jan 319 John 348 Linda 319, 90, 91, Patricia 348 William 319 Wingo 258 Hamlett, Sam 258 Hamlin, Lawrence 319 Hamm, James 299 Hammack, Hammack, Hammond, Hampton , Hampton, Hampton, Hampton, Hampton, James 348, 225 Melba 259 Walt 348 Jim 319 John 283 Lawrence 283, 131 Merlin 348 Wayne 348 109 Harding, Lewis 319, 134 Hordisfy, Bill 319 Hare, Elbert 348 Harley, John 259 Hariu, Ralph 300 Harmon, Lewis 283 Harmon, Lonnie 283, 133 Harnage, Candy 319 Harp, Ken 283 Harp, Larry 319 Harp, William 283, 58 Harper, Becky 348 Harper, Jack 283, 111 Harper, Martha 259, 260 Harper, Sue 283, 132 Harper, Tom 283 Harpster, Linda 283 Harpster, Shirley 319 Harrell, Charles 283, 137 Harrell, Joseph 134 Harrell, Marilyn 348 Harrelson , Rankin 319 Harris, Bruce 130 Harrington, Alberta 259 Harris, Doyle 300 Harris, Jud 348 Harris, Lynda 319 Harris, Randall 300 Harris, Robert 300 Harris, Tom 348 Harris, William 348 Harrison, Glenn 319 """l'lssg,,,,,,,nxX lu., Q my 1 .sg--W, 1 -1 "'M Harrison, Harry 300 Harrison, Larry 348 Harrison, Mary 283 Harrison, Patricia 300 Harrison, Randy 134 Harrison, Terrell 283 Hart, Bill 319 Hart, Dan 348 Hart, Donald 283 Haught, Gary 348 Haverkorn, David 348 Haverkorn, James 319 Hawkins, Carol 348 Hawkins , Cheryl 348 Hawkins, Dan 78 Hawkins, Jim 284 Hawkins, Michael 319 Hawkins, Steve 67 Hayner, Hart, Jan 283, 72 Hart, Kay 283 Hart, Leslie 348 Hart, Linda 319 Hart, Loren 319, 79, 129 Hart, Steve 223 Hawley, Henry 319 Hayes, Bryan 300 Hayes, Carol 319 Hayes, Jerry 300 Haygood, Sandi 348 Heinze, Rosanne 348 Heisserer, Katy 72 Heitman, Lynn 300 Hellier, Thomas 259 Helm, Gretchen 319, 109 Helm, H. M. 259 Helms, Danny 300 Helpinstill, Robert 348 Helton, Janis 348 Henchcliffe, George 300 Henchcliffe, Vickii 71 Henderson, Alray 300 Henson, Tom 320, 225 Hergenroether, John 65 Hernandez, Edward 300 Herndon, Allen 259 Herndon, Andy 136 Herr, Phillip 130 Herrbold, Paul 348 Herring, Joann 284 Herring, Gloria 320 Herring, Lewis 300, 137 Herrington, Terry 348 Herrmann, Ulrich 259 Hesker, Bruce 348 Hesler, Janice 348 Hess. John 300 Hess, Thomas 284 Hess, Zoe 259 Hetherington, Ross 132 Hetherington, Steven 284 Hickey, Thelma 108 Hicklin, Weldon 320 Hickman, Bil 284 Hickman, Cathi 348 Hicks, Jimmy 348 Hicks, Linda 348 Hicks, Randy 300 Higginbotham, Dianne 348 Higgins, Sandra 320 Hilek, John 284 Hill, Allan 259 Hill, Alan 284,111 Hill, Bruce 348 Hill, Dick 349, 195 Hill, James 320 Hill, Jerry 284, 101 Hill, Linda 320 Hill, Madeline 259 Hill, Mary 284 Hill, Pam 349 Hill, Sandye 349 Hill, Stephen 284 Hill, Dwight 300 Hill, Tommy 349 Hilland, Sandra 320 Hilliard, Gary 284 Hindash, Yusuf 284 Hinkson, Daniel 349 Hipple, Norman 320 Hitt, Richard 349 5751 Hoaldridge, Jon 284, 87, 94 Hobbs, Jamie 320, 74, 129 Hobbs, Margie 320 Hodde, Don 320, 133 Hodge, Sonny 60 Hodge, Garth 67 Hodge, Yvonne 349 Hodges, Hodges, Cindy 349, 144 Evelyn 129 Henderson , Henderson , Douglas 348 Horace 319 BHly 348 Hart, Toni 74 Harte, John 284 Hartwell, Bill 319 Harvey, David 348 Harvey, Gary 300 Harvey, Linda 319 Harville, Lee 100, 103 Harwell, Linda 348 Harwell, Terry 284 Hashemi, Parviz 319 Hassenpflug, Jerrold 348 Hatcher, Neal 348 Harley, Gary 300 Haynes, Donald 284 Haynes, John 259 Haynes, Terry 61 Hays, Jane 348 Hays, Nick 284 Hays, Wayne 300 Haywood, George 259 Hearst, Frank 300 Heath, Larry 259 Heath, Larry 348 Heidt, Janet 319, 71, 55 Heidt, Jean 319, 71 Heidt, Michael 348 Henderson, Millie 77 Henderson, Paul 319 Hendricks, Bill 259 Hendrickson, Ronald 320 Hendrix, David 230, 62 Hendrix, Sharon 320, 55, 71 Henning, Thomas 133 Hennig, Don 320 Henning, William 348 Henry, Boyd 284 Hensel, Bonnie 348 Henson, Kathy 348 Henson, Linda 320 Henson, Suzanne 348 Hoeckendorf, Richard 320, Hoel, Michael 349 Hoff, Dixie 349 Hofmann, Robert 349 Hofmann, Susan 69 Hoffpauir, Rosan 284, 74 Hogan, Joe 349 Hogan, Larry 349 Hoggard, Candace 349 Hogsett, Danny 349 Hohman, Robert 349 Hoit, Bill 259 Holcomb, Leota 300 Holder, Carol 144 Holder, Dolores 259 Holland, Charles 349 Holland, Del 284 Holland, James 300 Holland, Judy 320 Holland, Kenny 136 Holland, Ledlie 259 Hollinger, Pam 300 Hollingsworth, Harold 259 Hollingsworth, James 349 Hollingsworth, Robert 349, 60 Hollingsworth, Russell 284 Holloway, Mike 320 Hollowell, Barbara 320 Hollowell, Roger 349 Holman, Bob 300 Holmes, Bill 320 Holmes, George 349 Holmes, James 349 Holmes, Margaret 320 Holmes, William 259 Holton, Marguerite 259 Hooper, Patricia 349 Hooton, Diane 300 Hoover, Jerry 349 Hope, Timothy 349 Hopkins, Jonet 349 Hopkins, Joseph 259 Hopkins, Kathryn 259 Hopkins, Robert 284 Hoppe, Roger 301, 137 Hopper, Sherry 350 Hopson, Donna 320 Horak, Robert 301 Hord, Leveta 259 Horsley, Joel 230 Horst, William 301 Horstmann, Steve 350 Horton, Gwynne 350 Horton, King 284 Horton, Thomas 320 Horton, Whatley 320 Hory, Sandy 350 Hosea, John 284 Hoskins, John 301 Hough, Mary 284 Houp, William 134 Householder, Glenn 350 r. Housew rgrri, Grady 320 Houston, Harry 320 Houston, Joe 320 Houston, John 350 Houston, Rebecca 350 Hoverstadt, Susan 350 Howard, Andy 284, 67 Howard, Bill 284 Howard, Glen 284, 135 Howell, Aubre 301, 62 Howell, Daniel 284 Howard, Dave 67 Howell, Phillip 320 Howell, Sonny 320 Hundley, Ronnie 223 Hunt, Dennis 320, 136 Hunt, Phillip 320 Hunt, Stephen 129 Hunter, John 285 Hunter, Mike 350, 201 Huntin gton , Clayton 285 Huntsinger, Larry 301 Huntsinger, Sharron 350 Hunstable, Fred 245 Hurn, Michael 320 Hurst, Eddie 136 Hurst, Norma 320 Hurst, Rud 129 Husch, Allan 350, 99 Hutchinson, Charles 301, Hutchison, Charles 285 Hutson, Bruce 59 Hyde, Garry 301 Hyde, Haven 73 Hynds, Nelda 74 Ihrie, Rose 350 Imber, Karen 301 lmboden, Marvin 301 lmes, Kenneth 350 lmwalle, Martin 320 Ingram, Doug 350, 225 Ingram, Herb 350, 134 lnnerarity, Mike 301, 62 Innes, Laurie 320 Irvin, Charles 320 lsoacks, Robert 285 Isaacs, Don 320 Isaacs, Phyllis 68 Isom, Rodger 350 Ivy, George 350 Ivy, Kaye 320 Ivy, Keren 277 Howsley, Mike 350 Hoxworth, Dave 320, 59 Hoyle, Raytord, 259, 272, 330, 345 Hoyos, Gabriel 350 Hrncir, Donald 285 Hubbard, John 320 Hubbard, Myriam 301, 70 Hubbard, Ray 320 Hickabee, Danny 320 Huddleston, Clovis 259 Huddleston, Dorindo 350 Hudson, John 243 Huebner, Mary 301, 57, 65, 71 Hutt, Dee Ann 350 Huff, Susan 350 Huftaker, Greg 350 Huffman, Gary 301 Huffman, Lloyd 301 Huffman, Murray 285 Hutham, Tom 301 Huggins, Charles 320 Huggins, John 320, 67 Hughes, Dulce 285 Hughes, Harold 350 Hughes, Hunter 320 Hughes, Miguel 285 Hughes, Ralph 320 Hughes, Sammy 285 Jacob, Marion 251 Jacobs, David 231 Jacobs, William 301 Jackson, Beverly 350 Jackson, David 320 Jackson, Donald 351 Jackson, LaVon 320 Jackson, Michael 351 Jackson, Paul 351 Jackson, Roger 320 Jac ksa Jac kso n, Susan 351 n, Wayne 351 Jacob, Frank 320 Jacobs, David 351 Jacobs, Harold 351 Jacobs, Jerry 351 Jacobs, Robert 351 John, Edward 259 James, Becky 321 James, Bill 351 James Delaine 351 James, Jack 351 James, Lavern 351 James, Lyndon 351 James, Nelda 351 Jameson, Don 351 Jameson, Patricia 351 Jamies Jamies on, Jill 285, 74 on, Scott 321 Janavaris, Stella 351 Jaross, Richard 285 Jarred, Shirley 321 Jasper, Thurman 259 Hughes, Steve 350 Huguley, Carl 301 Hull, Sarah 320 Hultsman, Dennis 320 Humphries, Toni 320 Jay, Larry 351 Jeanes, Bill 321 Jefferson, Curtis 301 Jenkins, Chris 351 1 Jernigan, Bill 351 Jernigan, Donald 172 Jeter, Bennie 60 Jeter, Richard 351 Jeter, Theodore 351 Jett, Alvin 259 Jiles, Charles 259 Jiles, Stephen 321 Jodon , Bill 67 Johnsey, Gene 285 Johnson Cam 67 Johnson Charles 259, 251 Johnson Charles 99 Johnson Clifford 285 Johnson David 321 Johnson David 285, 62, 230 Johnson Dennis 301 Johnson Dwight 285 Johnson Gene 351 Johnson G. 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C. 260 Kennedy, Phil 301 Kennerly, Thomas 273 Kennett, Madolyne 301 Kenny, Gordon 230 Kent, Bobby 352 Kent, DeWayne 352 Kent, Greg 321, 62 Kent, Ronald 352 Kerl, Karolyn 321 Kerlee, Pamela 352 Kerr, Homer 260 Kessler, Barbara 352 Kettrick, Carolyn 301 Keton, Ken 352 Kevil, James 285 Key, Charles 260 Key, Donald 285, 63, 132 Key, Richard 321 Khoury' Bashir 352 Khoury, Bassim 321 Kieschnick, Ed 64 Kildow, Randall 321 Killian, Edgar 285 Killian, Michael 352 Killough, Sarah 301 Kilpatric, Jock 285 Kilpatrick, Nancy 352 Kilpatrick, Tommy 352 Kim, ln Kon 285 Kimberling, Janis 321 Kimbrough, Joseph 322 Kincaid, Judy 322 King A. S. 260 King Betty 301 King Donald 285 King James 301 King Kathy 352 King Mike 352 King Phil 352 King Robert 322 King Roy 301 King Terry 285 King, Vivian 352 Kingan, Charles 322 Kingom, Skip 166 Kinnebrew, Mary 260 Kinney, Gordon 62 Kinsey, Sharon 352 Kirby, Jerry 301, 201 Kirby, Robert 352 Kirk, Gorey 322 Kirk, Steve 65 Kirkham, Bob 285 Kirkham, Jerry 285 Kirkwood, Victor 352 Kissinger, David 285 Kithas, George 301 Kittrell, Ronnie 352 Kizer, David 301 Kleinmann, Bette 260 Kline, Ronald 352 Klosterman, Judith 352 Klutz, James 285, 33 Knodce, Gary 301 Knott, Richard 352 Knowles, Brenda 352 Knowles, Linda 352 Knox, Wendell 260 the l.24l ill , K., ,. 1' ..f , 1-'I ii- I izzm ,. 1 "m14nu. -.-0' -5 Q . SP Knox, Michael 352, 63 Knutson, Sheila 322 Koebernick, D. A. 63 Koen, Harlen 352 Koerner, Julia 352 Kohlhund, Karen 352 Koloiaco, Patrick 301 Koops, Thomas 59 Kootswatewa, Barbara 352 Kopp, Bernice 322 Korenman, Larry 301 Kowar, Janet 322 Kraatz, Gwendolyn 285 Kraft, Al 322, 63 Kraus, Deborah 352 Krauss, Charles 352 Krecek, Harold 223 Kreger, Patsy 352 Kriegel, Laurance 301 Krog, Nancy 352, 94 Kuban, Frank 352 Kubelka, Eugene 352 Kuehl, Stuart 134 Kumpt, John 285 Kunkel, Kenneth 322 LaCava, Wayne 285 Lacefield, Larry 322 Lackey, Jimmy 322 Lackey, Richard 301 Lackey, Ronnie 322 Lackman, Howard 260 Lacy, Perry 352, 133 LaJudice, Ronald 302, 60 Lakes, Larry 352 Lam, Karen 322 Lama, Carlos 285 Lambert, Charles 322 Lambert, Walter 322 Lamothe, 322 Lamp, Michael 322, 64 Lance, Mike 352 Land, Marsha 322 Landman, Sidney 260 Landrith, Kris 352, 138 Landry, Earl 302, 136 Lands, Liston 260 Lantord, Bill 59 Lanford, David 322 Lanford, Janis 352 Lang, Linda 322 Lang, Richard 322 Langford, Calvin 352 Langford, Donald 302, 135 Langley, Grady 322, 135 l-angston, Billy 352 Lanier, David 285 Laningham, Sammy 353 Lapingtan, Charlotte 322 Larce, Regena 353 Laredo, David 353 Largent, James 353 Larimore, Sharon 353 Larsen, Lars 302 Larson, Ray 302 Lasater, Dwayne 353 Lassen, Lloyd 260 Laster, Bill 353 Latham, Janice 322 Lathern, Larry 353 Laux, Larry 353 Lawhon, Donna 302 Lawley, Steve 353 Lawley, William 260 Lawlis, Marceline 302 Lawrence, Kent 260 Lawson, Janice 353 Lawson, Larry 353 Lawson, Richard 61 Lawton, Sylvia 285, 69 Leach, Barbara 353 Leal, Leota 322 Lear, Buddy 168 Leavell, Buster 302 Lee, Connie 285, 70 Lee, Eddie 285 Lee, John 65 Lee, Loyd 285 Lee, Marvin 322 Lee, Ricky 353 Lee, Selly 302, 69 LeFan, Melody 302, 78 Lettler, Warren 286 Leger, Rodger 353 Leggett, Jan 353 Leggett, Larry 322 Lehnert, Nick 353 Leicht, Bob 137 Leigh, Benny 285 Leister, Ernest 249 Leith, Jim 322 Lemmons, Anne 322 Lemond, John 322 Lepenski, Virginia 302 Lett, Nancy 353 Levens, John 286 Lewis, Bobby 136 Lewis, Charles 286 Lewis, David 302 Lewis, Lewis, Donna 286 Lewis, Emmett 353 Lewis, John 261 Lewis, Kay 286, 69 Lewis, Larry 322 Lewis, Larry 302,59 , Leeiae 63, 230 Lewis Lewis, Rex 353 Lewis Ross 353 Dewey 225, 226, 227 Lillard, Cecil 353 Lilly, Earlene 322 Lincecum, Wayne 353 Lindecker, Mickey 353 Lindman, Cathy 302 Lindsey, Gary 353 Lindsey, Roger 302 Lindsey, Lois 353 Lingecum, Wayne 78 Lipinski, Patty 322 Lipstraw, Henry 322 Little, Dennis 286 Littlefield, Clyde 353 Littlefield, Robert 261 Lively, James 322 Livermore, James 322, 67 Livingston, Myra 302 Lobb, Glen 302 Lobb, Roy 286 Locker, Brenda 353 Lockhart, Eric 322, 133 Loesch, Nick 137 Loftis, John 131 Lohrman, Mary 322 Loiry, Jane 302, 70 Lokken, Roy 261 Lomax, Katy 353 Lozano, Edward 354 Lucas, William 261 Lucas, Wayne 130 Luck, Sue 354 Luckett, Jerry 322 Lucy, Forest 286 Ludingham, Greg 225 Lufi, Keith 322, 194 Luke, Jerry 302, 61 Lumpkin, James 302 Lunday, Robert 261 Lutes, Joyelene 322 Luttrell, Robert 354, 201 Lutz, James 354 Long, Long, Anthony 302 Bernard 322, 138 Long, Kenneth 322 Long, Michael 353 Long, Richard 64 Long, Troy 353 Loock, Vicki 353 Looney, William 353 Lopez, Clifford 353 LoPresti, Charles 286, 137 Loudder, Valieanne 302 Lutz, Steve 286, 131 Lyell, Mike 354 Lynch, Danny 322 Lynch, Jack 206 Lynch Sheila 322 Lynch, Sue Sue 354 Lynn, David 322 Lyon, Sharyn 354 Lyons Alex 286 Lyons Ronald 322 Loughridge, Johnny 302 Love, Betty 353 Love, Beverly 353 Love, Rebecca 354 Loving, Lloyd 302 Lowe, Jerry 322 Lawrie, Doris 322 Lowry, Diane 354 Maben, Marti 69 Maberry, Joe 322 Mabry, Michael 354 Mabry, Woody 302 MacDonald, Linda 323, 70 MacFedries, Thelma 286 Mack, Bruce 261 Mack, Kathy 73 Macri, Christine 286 Macsisak, Stephen 354 Madding, Wanda 323, 74 Maddox, Cathey 323 Maddox, Tony 197 Maddox, Debbie 73, 169 Madewell, J. D. 354 Magness, William 323 Magnus, Andy 354 Mahan, Bill 323 Mahan, Jack 261 Mahan, Jeri 144 Mahanay, James 286 Mahanay, Randal 354 Mahoney, Janice 302 Maher, Thomas 286 Mahoney, Dan 323, 97 Mahoney, James 261 Main, Mike 323 Maines, Dashelle 323 Maika, Donald 286, 137 Makarwich, Byron 323 Malish, Anthony 286, 135 Mallard, Richard 302 Malliton, Ricky 354 Mallory, Ronald 302 Mallouf, Nick 286 Mallow, Guy 354 Malloy, Maureen 323 Malone, Pat 286 Maloney, Chad 354 Maner, Donald 354 Mann, Ann 286 Mann, Janice 286 Mann, Lindsay 323, 82 Manrriquez, Nicholas 323 E11 I TI E e , . Z 'I if ee 2' --'K 1' TZ. 1 f i 1 i 1 L -- , - i i 4 "' I 1 E 'l , - 7. 11 Mitschke C. V , ....-Ins, X - ML, r . 7 .Ls Ii . . 1 ,: ips,-7'6Q", - ,fd 'V' ,f Lf, 1 . 'J Lf X f f Ji' x . v S' 'V . fc, ix ,, , J. . 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Nr' Martino, William 354 Marusek, James 354 Marvin, Bruce 133 Maryak, Doug 323 Marzonie, Francia 354 Mason, Ronald 63 Massey, Howard 323 Massey, Nancy 354 Massey, Nolen 261 Massey, Ray 302 Massengale, Michael 323 Mathews, Ginger 323 Mathis, Jerry 323 Matthews, Jack 261 Matthews, Raymond 196 Matthews, Ronald 323 Matthias, Hubert 261, 270 Matson, Ronald 324 Maughon, Kenneth 302 Maxey, Rick 354 Maxwell, John 354 Maxwell, Linda 286 May, James 286 May, Scott 286 May, Truman 286 Mayfield, Jackie 324 Mayfield, Jennifer 302, 82, 132 Mayfield, Lynda 354 Mayo, Donald 324, 225 Mays, Bondey 144 Mays, David 354 Mays, Susan 286 Meacham, William 261 Mead, Wesley 261, 240 Meade, John 324, 65 Mecay, William 324, 134 'T L XC Milam, Daniel 324 Milburn, Judy 354 Miles, Harriet 78 Miles, Larry 302 Milkie, William 324 Miller, Barbara 302 Miller, Bobby 286 Miller, Bobby 324 Miller Bruce 302, 137 Miller? Chris 324 Miller, Curtis 354 Miller, Dan 354 Miller, David 324, 196, Miller, Eddie 203 Miller, Frances 354 Miller, Jack 302 Miller, Janelle 324 Miller, John 324, 101 Miller, Lee 355 Miller, Linda 355 Miller, Loyal 302 Miller, Mary 355 Miller, Peggy 355 Miller, Phil 286 Miller, Ray 78 Miller, Robert 324 Miller, Ron 324 Miller, Ruth 324 Miller, Stanley 324 Miller, Tanya 286 Miller, Walter 286 Miller, Wanda 302 Miller, Wayne 286 Miller, William 261 Milliorn, Joe 286 Milliren, Carol 324 Mills, Christopher 87 Mills, Dennis 302 Mills, Diana 324 Mills, Jackie 286, 135 Mills, Frank 134 Mills, Jerry 302 Mills, Larry 59 Mills, Scott 325 Millsap, Tommy 355 Milson, Thomas 303, 135 Mindrup, David 286, 136 Miner, Paula 355 Mecewitz, Shelby 354 Medlen, George 324, 72, 194 Mee, Eugenie 302 Mees, Dwain 354 Meier, France 261, 132 Meier, Fred 354 Meine, Paul 261, 133 Meinke, Susan 73 Melanson, Clayton 324 Melton, Celeste 286 Melton, Jack 324 Melton, Michael 302 Melton, Wanda 286 Melugin, Betty 286 Miner, Terre 355 Minor, Larry 245 Minter, Larry 137 Minter, Norman 247 Minter, Shirley 355 Minton, Mitchell Danny 355, 78 Lloyd 355 Mifcheuf Maria sos Mitchell, Marla 325 Mitchell , Richard 268 Mitchell, Roger 261, 268 Mitchell, Thomas 325 Mitchell, William 286 , Jerry 355 Mencke, Dian 286, 79 Mendez, Louis 324 Mendoza, Rufino 354 Merbler, Jack 59 Mercer, Kay 354 Mergele, Cindy 73 Merrill, John 354 Merrill, Richard 286 Merritt, Frank 286 Mersecchi, Roberto 354 Meyer, Bruce 302, 81, 85, 284 Meyer, Claudia 324, 84 Meyer, Richard 324 Meyer, Robert 61 Michael, Chuck 221 Michels, David 324 Mickel, Beverly 324 Middlebrooks, Sam 302 Middleton, Douglas 302 Middleton, Paul 302 Middleton, Larry 354 Mikulastik, Robert 286 Mix, Paul 286, 172 Mobley, James 303 Modgling, Gary 325 Moe, Jackie 286, 73 Moeller, Frank 286, 132 Mohn, Norman 261 Mokavei, Atidet 286 Mohammadi, Shokrollah 303 Molina, Asuncion 325 Moncrief, Charles 355, 137 Monnich, Eola 247 Monroe, Charles 286 Monroe, John 325 Montemayor, Joe 130 Montgomery, Feland 286 Montgomery, Mary 325 Montgomery, Wanda 303 Monzingo, Jeanette 325 Moon, Michael 355 Mooney, Boyd 355 Moore, Allan 303 Moore, Benny 303 McAfee, Ronald 303 McCain, Moore, Cordell 59 Moore, David 355 Moore, Gary 65 Moore, Gerry 355 Moore, James 286 Moore, James 355 Moore, John 303 Moore, Lee 65 Moore, Raymond 325, 6l Moore, Moore, Ronnie 303 Travis 325 Morales, Frank 286 Morales, Ismael 286 Moralas, Sherry 355 Morawski, John 65 Moreau, Doug 355 Morrow, John 355 Morrow, Larry 325 Morrow, Paul 325 Morrow, Montgomery 325 McClendon , Eddie 287 Morelan, Beth 325, 72 Morelock, Lynelle 325 Morey, Patricia 355 Morosco, John 355 Morfeld, Dale 286 Morgan Harriet 303, 70 Morgan Joe 286 Morgan Mark 223 Morgan Wayne l3O Morosky, Linda 325 Morris, Barbara 355 Morris, Dennis 355 Morris, Dennis 325 Morris, Donna 355 Morris, Duane 303 Morris, Gary 303 Morris, Glenn 325 Morris, Jim 355 Morris, John 287, l35 Morris, Judy 325 Morris, Larry 325 Morris, Margaret 26l Morris, Paula 325 Morris, Rhonda 303, 70 Morris, Sherry 325 Morris, Tim 325 Morrison, Dalton 287 Morrison, John 303 Morrison, Ray 355 Morrison, Ronald 355 Morrow, Gayle 355 Morrow, James 355 Morse, John 325 Moseley, Kerry 325, 67, l37 Moser, Jana 325 Moses, Dale 355 Mosley, Curtis 287 Mosley, Edward 355 Mosley, Wilford 325 Moss, Carla 325 Mott, James 325 Mouck, Billie 26l Mouck, Tom 287 Mount, George 287 Mudd, Joy 355 Mudgett, Jeff 325 Muetzenberg, Gary 355 Muir, Dave 287, 60 Mulcahy, Carl 325 Mulholland, Jimmy 325 Mullin, Donna 325 Mullen, Ruth 325 Munday, Ronnie 325 rviefxlisie.-, D. lvl. 59 McAlister, J. S. 287 McAlister, Karin 287, l73 McBride, Willis 287 Mc Broom, Conn ie 287 Garvin 258 Mc Dearma n, W. R. 303 McDonald, Lenda 356, l44 McDonald, Mary 356 McDonald, Mike 356 McDougle, Ronald 303 McDowell, Charles 238 McDowell, Patricia 356 McCall, Charlie 325 McCall, Gregory 325 McCall, Wayne 303 McCallister, Robert 287 McCallon, Charles 286 McCallum, Norman 287 lVlcCarroll, John 325 McCarthy, Carol 325 McCasland, Linda 256 McClain, R McClellan, ichard 356 Jim 303, l69 McC lendon , Fred 325 McClendon McC leskey, McClinton, , Harry T34 Robert 356 William 356 McClung, John 287 McClure, Sallie 356, 33 McElroy, Sharon 303 McElroy, Steve 325, l37 McEovven, Glenn 356 Mclzall, Richard 356 McFarland, Gail 356 McFarland, Larry 64 McGee, Melita 287 McGill, Jerry 64 McGill, Robert 287, l44 McGilvray, David 356 McGinney, Scott 303 McGinnis, H. J. 287 Murchison, John 26l Murphree, Glenn 287 Murphy, Chuck 355 Murphy, Gscar 303 Murphy, Richard 303 Murray, Mike 355 Murrell, Thomas 303, l35 Murry, Robert 325 Murray, Rosemary 325 Murray, Sandra 325 Murtagh, Frank 64 Musselvvhite, Jimmie 356 Myer, Gloria 356 Myers, Dewey 325 Myers, Frances 356 Myers, Patricia 325 Myers, Priscilla 325 Nl McAdams, John 356 McAfee, H. D. 26l McCluskey, Eileen 287, 69 McCombs, George 325 McConathy, Richard 287 McConnell, J. T. T35 McConnell, John 26l McCorkle, Denise 303, 72 McCormick, David 26l McCormick, Jan 303 McCormick, Monte 65 McCoy, Jim 63, ll0 McCoy, Joseph 325 McCrady, William 26l McCravv, William 325 McCreary, Terry 303 McCreery, Gayle 356 McCreight, Molly 287 McCreight, Rachel 356 McCulloch, David 325 McCullough, Bobby 303 McDade, .lean 325 McDaniel, David 356 McDaniel, Gregory 303, l ll McDaniel, Robert 325 McGinnis, Joe 2Ol McGlasson, Lee 325 McGlothlin, Robert 304 McGowan, Edward 356 McGregor, Marvin 304 McGregor, Ronald 287, 78 McGuire, Kathy 356 McGuire, Patricia 356 McKeage, James 326 McKelvey, Ellen 356 McKenney, Tommy 326 McKenzie, Louise 304 McKinley, Edward 287 McKinley, Rita 356 McKinney, Bryan 304 McKinney, Henry 326 McKinney, William 326 McKnight, Jim 304 McKay, Stephen 304 McLarty, Linda 287 McLarty, Lynn 304 McLarty, Tyce 287 McLaughlin, Austin 326 McLaughlin, Jerry 326, T94 McLean, Carrie 356 McLemore, Dennis 356 McLeod, David 356 McMahon, Robert 78 McMahon, Tom 304 .l Q . . ,,'Q1-aw", ss, 'r McMichael, John 304 McMillion, Charles 357 McNatt, Suzanne 326, 74 McNeely, David 288, 129 McNeeley, Larry 326 McNeese, Martin 357 McNeilly, Lana 326 McNulty, C. L. 261 McPherson, Donald 326, 78 McOuerry, James 326 McOuinn, Ronald 304 McRee, Robert 326 McRoberts, John 304 Mc5padden, Larry 304 McVay, David 357 McVean, Michael 326 McWilliams, Benjamin 326 McWilliams, Joyce 326 Nabours, Donald 326 Naeve, Mike 326 Nagy, Arthur 326 Norunsky, Morris 304 Narvaez, Antonio 288, 68 Natanson, Phyllis 357 Nau, Michael 288, 201, 202, 203, 204, 206, 208 Nauert, Barbara 326 Neace, Alan 326 Neal, Cherie 357 Nealy, Elaine 357 Nedderman, Wendell 237 Neeley, Jane 326 Neelley, Hardy 288 Negyessy, Arpad 261 Neighbors, Thomas 288, 131 Neilson, Carol 357, 144 Neitsch, Howard 357 Nelms, Brenda 357 Nelms, Kathy 304 Nelson, Charles 326 Nelson, Elaine 357 Nelson, Mike 60 Nelson, Tena 288 Nelson, Wallace 237 Nesbit, Rick 225, 226 Nesbiff, Hal 304 Ness, Sandy 304 Neuner, Joyce 357 Neuschwander, Alan 326 Nevius, William 288 Newberry, Keith 357 Newby, Frank 262 Newsom, Gary 304, 64 Newsom, Tom 304 Newsom, Tommy 326 Newsome, Cheryle 326 Newton, Donna 357 Newton, Dorothy 288 Newton, Michael 288 Newton, Robert 304 Newton, Wade 304 Nguyen, Van 326, 73 Nichols, Charles 326 Nichols, Earnest 288 Nichols, Elizabeth 326 Nichols, John 326 Nichols, Paul 357 Nichols, Teresa 357 Nicholson, James 262 Nicholson, Luana 357 Nicholson, Scotty 130 Nickel, H. W. 288 Nickell, Royce 326 Nickels, Robert 304, 112 Nickels, Ronald 326 Nickerson, William 288 Nickols, Fred 326 Nikolis, Norah 357 Nikolis, William 288, 130 Nimerick, Gerald 357, 133 Nix, Charles 326 Nix, Chris 357, 134 Nix, Larry 326 Nixon, John 357 Noah, Sharon 288 Nolen, R. L. 262 Nolan, Ronal 304 Noll, David 357 Z- sl 5 Norman, Bonnie 357 Norman, Peggy 304 Norman, Randy 357 Norman, Richard 304, 65 Norris, Candy 357 Norris, Johnny 357 Norris, Mark 288 Norris, Sara 326 Norton, Dinah 326 Norton, Ronald 357 Norwood, Edwin 288 Norwood, Richard 288, 193 Nowaski, Edward 326 Nowell, Nowell, John 67 Larry 357 Oats, Jerry 134 Oats, Roy 357 Obrien, Michael 357 Obstler, Malcolm 288 O'Connor, Pat 288, 133 O'Dell, Pat 357 O'Dell, Roy 357 Odom, Wayne 262 Ogawa, Carole 304 O'Grady, William 288 Ohlweiler, David 357 O'Kelly, Carol 304, 70 O'Kelley, Thomas 326, 136 Oldham, Jim 288, 60 Oldham, Nancy 304 Oliver, Oliver, Larry 304 Luther 304, 135 Oliver, Michael 357 Oliver, Robert 326 Oliver, Woodrow 304, 133 Ommidvarpour, Kamran 304, O'Neal, Bill 131 O'Neal, Cothburn 262 O'Neal, Douglas 288 O'Neal , Terry 304, 61 O'Neal, William 288 Opperman, Curtis 326 O'Rear, Jerry 59 Orlando, Ronnie 304 Ortiz, Yolanda 357 Osborn, Karl 63 Osborne, Jeff 357 Osborne, Jerry 326 Osborne, Walter 230 Osburn, Donald 357 Otes, Paul 78 Otta, Robert 326 Otto, Ken 288 Otts, Paul 357 Overstreet, Wayne 357 Overton, Phillip 357 Overton, Robert 326, 193 Ovrick, Linda 304, 52, 71, 82, 132 Ovrick, Nancy 357 Owen, Cathy 357 Owen, Fred 304 Owen, Grady 357 Owens, Chester 326 Owens, Donnave 304, 70 Owens, Mary 304 Owens, Rosemary 262 Owens, Warren 304 Ownby, James 288 Oxford, Kenneth 357 Oxford, Mickey 326 Oyler, Steve 357 Ozborn, Bill 304 Ozee, Ken 288, 196, 197 Pace, Charles 357 Pacheco, Alfonso 357, 225 Page, Glen 357 Page, Richard 326 Pakan, Phyllis 326 Palazzetti, Susan 357 Palfi, Cheri 326 Palmer, Barry 58 Pamplin, Brady 304 Pamplin, Larry 357 Pannell, Sharon 326, 79 Panter, Jerry 357 Parclo, Terry 326 Parfait, John 326 Paris, Ruth 357 Parker, Craig 326 Parker, James 94 Parker, Jon 65 Parker, Linda 288, 71, 289 Parker, Nancy 326 Parker, Patricia 326 Parker, Sam 357 Parker, Stephen 327 Parker, Tom 225 Parks, Barbara 327 Parnell, Linda 327 Parris, Sandra 304 Parsa, John H. 288 Parshall, Jack 327 Paschal, Samuel 357 Pastusek, Mike 195 Pate, Cheryl 71 Pate, Samuel L. 304 Patrick, Robert M. 304 Patridge, Roy 230 Patridge, Tony 198 Patterso Patterso n, Adolphus 357 n, H. D.134 83 Patterson, James 304, 78 Patterson, Mary H. 288 Patterson, Robert A. 262 Patterson, Sharon 358 Patterson, Tommie 358 Patterson, Tommy 327 Patteson, Ann 288 Paty, John 358 Paukert, Kenneth A. 358 Paul, Alan 304 Paulk, Darrell 288 Payne, Arla Jo 304, 74, 108 Payne, John 327 Payne, Karen 358 Payne, Larry N. 327 Payne, Lauran 358 Payne, Pamela 358 Paysinger, Marian 262 Peaden, Ronald D. 304 Peadon, Carolyn 288 Pearcy, Jalane 327 Pearcy, Johnny 304 Peavler, Michael 327 Peavler, Sherry 358 Pebworth, Rick 137 Peck, Dennis 358 Peck, Jack A. 327, 225 Pederson, Paul 288 Peery, David M. 327 Peipelman, Vernon Lee 288 Pelaseyed, Massud 327 Pena, Rene J. 288 Pendergrass, Linda 327, 70 Pendergrass, Ruth 304 Pendleton, David 288 Pendleton, D. C., Jr. 288 Penn, Janice 358 Penney, Sheryl A. 288 Pennington, Fred P., Jr. 358 Pennington, Wayne 358 Pennock, Leonard 358 Penton, William R. 288 Perkins, Linda 358 Perkins, Van Ray 60 Permenter, Kenneth 241 Perricone, Patricia 358 Perry, Bruce 262 Perry, Doyal 327 Perry, Jane L. 262 Perry, Stan 327 Perryman, John K. 262 Persky, William M. 304 Peteet, Joanne 288 Peters, Charles E. 358 Peterson, David 327 Peterson, Susan 358 Peterson, Suzann 304 Petrelli, Lynn 305, 94, 95 Pettus, William 358 Phelps, Joe 305, 201 Phelps, Mary E. 288, 108 Phillips, Daniel o. 327 Phillips, Joe 327 Phillips, Lovell 327 Phillips, Ray 327 Phillips, Robert 288, 67 Phillips, Rasalee 358 Phillips, Teddy 358 Pickard, David 358 Pickens, Wendy 70 Pickett, David R. 288 Pickett, Deanna 327 Pier, Jim 327 Pierce, Pierce, Pilotte, Melvin L. 262 Peter C. 327, 137 Theresa M. 327 Piner, Ouilda 262 Pinkston, Nancy 358 Pinson, David 358 Pinson, Lynn 288 Pinson, William L. 358 Pipes, Cynthia 358 Pippin, Pirkryl, John 358 Bill 65 IOTE.. PBR U ,... 29 , C 7 rr' A ,p00 R115 P 00 Pitchtord, Robert 64 Pitman, Alden 359 Pitts, Dennis 327 Plechus, Greg 327 Plumlee, Charles 359 Poage, Scott T. 262 Pocock, Darrel 359 Pogue, Larry 359 Polk, B. J. 359 Pollard, Karen 327, 69, 136 Polovkas, Sandi 327 Polson, Roger 359 Pontremole, Mike 328 Pool, Lois 262 Popoff, Nina 328 Posey, Beverly 305 Postlewaite, Wm. F. 262 Poston, Jimmie H. 328 Poston, Sue 359 Potter, Patty 71 Pottinger, James 328 'En WP if lllg- 1 1 v il: Prescher, Michael 328 Pressley, Mark 137 Pressley, Paula 359 Preston, Eugene G. 328 Prestridge, Gayle 328 Price, Ann 305 Price, Janice 359 Price, Kenneth R. 328 Price, Mark 359 Price, Wayne 359 Prichard, Anita 305 Prince, Mel 359 Prince, Richard 328, 222 Prince, Ronald 242 Pringle, James 359 Pritchett, Jimmy 305, 65 Procter, Judy 359, 129 Pruitt, Cheryl E. 359, 106, 88, 100 Pugh, Cheryl 288 Pulis, Anita 305 Pottkotter, Ray 305 Poulter, Virgil L. 262 Pouders, William E., Jr. 305 Powell, Elmer 288 Powell, Jack 305 Powell, J. Dan 262 Powell, Maxie 359 Powell, Roger 134 Powell, Ronald L. 328 Powell, Sherill 359 Powers, Charles T. 305, 130 Powers, Johnny 133 Powers, Ronald 305 Poynor, Michael T. 288, 78 Prasek, Eugene 247 Prater, Rex D. 305 Prather, Judy 288 Prather, S. H. 288- Pratt, Frederic 305 Pratt, Wayne 359 Precopia, Charles, Jr. 328 Preddy, Robert 359, 134 Preiss, Elwood 241, 137 Purdy, William 359 Pyburn, William F. 262 Pyle, Ronald 328, 112 Quevedo, Jimmy 305 Rabroker, Mary 359 Raffetto, Jeannette 328 Rainone, Mike 359 Rainwater, Cheryl 359 Rake, Donna 328 Rake, Marvel 359 Ramer, Larry 359 Ramick, William 305 Ramsey, Judd M. 262 Ramsey, Sylvia 328, 72 Randall, Clifford 262 JI uf Randolph, M. Kay 288 Ransom, Tom 288 Rao, K. Rama Mohan 262, 135 Roscoe, Stephen 262 Rash, George 305 Rathnell, Bernard 328 Ratliff, Larry 328 Ratliff, Larry 288 Ratliff, Margaret 288 Rawe, Donald 328 Ray, Charles A. 262 Ray, Frances 359 Ray, Marsha 359 Ray, Phillip 359 Ray, Roger 328 Rayfield, Sherra 328, 129 Reagan, Ann 305, 72, 94 Redd, David Joe 288, 172 Reddell, E. W., Jr. 359 Redden, Clarence R. 262 Reddick, Chuck 230 Reddick, Elaine 359 Redman, Terry 328, 230 Reed, Barbara 359 Reed, Bobby 359 Reed, Buddy 63 sqjffffr XA? Reed, D Reed, D avid 60 eborah 328 Reed, Gertrude 262 Reed, Nancy 262 Reed, Ruth L. 359 Reeder, Warner 328 Reese, Leonard 359 Reese, Mark L., Jr. 262 Reese, Martha 359 Reese, Sally 359 Reeves, Bill 301 Reeves, Edward C. 64 Reeves, Jim 84 Reeves, Philip 328 Reglin John F. 289 Reher,,William 262 -,,-N .JG- Riddle, John 328, 134 Riggall, Beverly 328, 73 Riley, Cathy 78 Riley, Ken 197 Risinger, Eillene 305 Risinger, Roger 289, 135 Reid, Craig 359 Reifle, Sheila 359 Reimer, Vicky 328 Reinwald, Ross 328 Reisfield, Dale 328 Remeur, Sally 328 Rench, Jerry D. 305 Rene, Oscar 359 Renfro, Bryan 359 Rexroat, Randal 359 Reynolds, Elaine 328 Reynolds, Jane 305 Rhea, Dalton 328 Rhea, Mary Dean 305 Rhea, Robert A. 289 Rhodes, Barbara 359 Rhodes, Dale 130 Rhodes, James M. 289 Risinger, Van 359 Rittenberry, David 359 Rittiman, Dana L. 328 Ritz, Arvilla 359 Ritz, James 359 Rockwood, Ronald 360, 137 Rodgers, David 329 Rodgers, Glen 129 Rodgers, Glen M. 262 Rodgers, Lee 360 Rodgers, Tommy 360 Rodke, Susan 360 Rodnitzky, Jerome L. 262 Rodriguez, Ray 360 Rodriguez, Sandra 360 Rodriguez, William M. 289 Rudd, Tyrus F. 289 Rudel, Sammy 60 Rudowski, Edmund 262 Ruggiero, Rosanne 360 Ruggles, Gari 64 Ruhman, Rick 329 Rupard, James A. 329 Rush, Diane 360, 77 Rush, Karen 289 Rush, Terrina 306, 70, 96, 169 Rivers, Ruby 305 Rivers, Denney 223 Riza, Kenneth 328, 133 Roark, Bill 222, 263 Roaten, Norman 359 Rhome, Gina 359 Rice, O Alan 305 Richards, C. D. 262 Richards, Larry 328 Richards, Ronald Wayne 359 Richardson, Jackie 359 Richardson, Donald W. 305 Richardson, Jimmy 359 Richardson, Mike 328 Richeson, Don 289 Richey, Cindy 359, 110 Richey, Harvey L. 328 Richmond, Mary A. 328, 70 Richter, David 289, 132, 85 Richison, Jack 289 Rickard, Ron 359 Ricker, Norma 289 Ricker, Roy 359 Ricketts, Nancy 305 Rickman, Eddie 328 Ricks, Pat D. 289 Rice, Alan 132 Rice, Esta Z. 328 Rice, Janice K. 328 Robb, Billy 305 Robbins, Robbins, Robbins, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Brian A. 328, 225 James 360 Rosemary 360 Cindy R. 306, 73, 167 Connie 360 Cynthia 70 Diann 306 Donna 360 Larry 289 Larry 360 Linda 306 Suzanne 71 Robertson, Johny V. 289 Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson , Duncan W. 262 , Hilton 129 , Gary 328 , Henryette 262 , James 306 , Janis 329 , Marcia 360 , Margie 289 , Melvin 306 Robinson, Patricia 306 Robinson, Peggy 360 Robinson, Ronda 329 Robinson, Rex 130 Robinson, Rush 306 Robinson, Waymond 360 Robison, Charlotte 329 Robison, Walt 63 Rocksted, Donald B. 306 Roeber, Tom 64 Rogars, Lee 225 Rogers, Charles F. 289 Rogers, Don W. 306 Rogers, Jimmy Dale 306 Rogers, Kay 306 Rogers, Mike 289, 138 Rogers, Thomas 306 Rokey, Michael 289, 133 Roland, Fred 306 Roland, Loyd 306 Rollans, Dennis 306, 64 Romoa, John C. 360 Russell, Debbie 360 Russell, Doug 225, 227 Russell, Mike 329 Russell, Rusty 306, 69, 129 Russell, Russum, Stephen 360, 225 lsaac J. 263 Roper, David 360 Roper, Gary 67 Rose, Don W. 306 Rose, Edwards 134 Rose, James 306 Roseland, Bert 329 Roselle, Kenneth 360, 132, 82 Rosenberry, Bill 306 Ross, Don 289, 133 Ross, Gwendolyn 306 Ross, Harold R. 306 Ross, Larry 360, 129 Ross, Michael 289 Rotavista, Angela 306 Rourke , Sandy 360, 129 Rou tt, George 360 Rutherford, Christine 360 Rutland, Myra 360 Rux, Butch 59 Ruyle, Russell J. 306 Ryan, Anna G. 263 Rymal, Sarah 329 Sabatucci, Cindy 360 Saddler, Elizabeth 263 Sadler, Dale 361 Saftarrans, Cynthia 329 Sailers, Retha 361 St. Denis, John J. 329 Ste. Marie, Phil 329 Saito, Tamiko 329 Sakowski, Paul 289 Sakowski, Peter C., Jr. 277 Soldana, John Edward 289 Soldana, Lucy 289 Solis, Andrew E. 263 Salling, Sammye 289 Routt, James 360 Ravello, Jim 60 Rowe, Joseph S. 329 Rowland, Anna Lee 360 Rowland, Jack, Jr. 289 Roznovsky, Frank E. 289 Rucker, Trinka 136 Rudd, Hilda 329 Sampson, Tim 306 Samsill, chatty. 329 Sanders, Donald E. 289 Sanders, Dorothy Liddell 263 Sanders, Harold R. 289 Sanders Jim 64 Sanders Marvin 246 Sanders, R. Wayne 329 lik Sanderson, Connie 329 Sandifer, Joseph W. 306, 67, 168 Sandifer, Robert 361 Sanford, Jan 329 Sanguinet, Pamela 289 Sard, Bob 361 Sargent, Kenneth E. 306, 68, 87, 91 Sarratt, Tom 361 Satcher, James 361 Satterwhite, Sandra 306 Saucedo, Felix 329 Saulsberry, Huey P. 329, 201 206 Saunders, Bill 361, 222 Saunders, Kip 329 Saurenmann, Bill 361 Savage, Allan H. 263 Savage, Jim 361 Sawey, Randy 361 Saxe, Allan 263, 137 Scaggs, Clarence 361 Scanlan, Sue 71 Schaefer, Larry V. 289, 130 Schaffner, Daniel 361 Scharf, Carl W. 263 Schattman, Paul 329, 79 Schellenberg, Andy 306 Schelper, Pat 329 Schenck, Richard 137 Schenk, Philip 306 Scheppler, Karla 361 Scheuermann, Michael 361 Schick, Shari 361 Schieme, Sandra 361 Schindler, Leo 306 Schleimer, John 361 Schmidt, James N. 361 Schmidt, L. Lee 263 Schmitt, Cathy 329 Schneider, Tom 329, 63, 230 Schneider, Toni 329, 74 Schreder, Jerry 361, 85 Schragin, Serge 137 Schrimsher, Lynn 361 Schrunsher, Kenneth R. 329 Schuller, .loan 361 Schultz, Barbara 361 Schulze, Billy R. 306 Schumacher, Patty 231 Schuman, Jon 329 Schutte, Roger Carl 329, 64 Schwind, Marian 361, 129 Scoggin, Judy Ellyn 361 Scott, Lenard D. 290 Scott, Robert 290 Scott, William R. 361, 133 Scroggin, Judy 329 Scruggs, Donald 361 Scudder, Steve 329, 134 Seate, Steve 329 Seath, Donald D. 263 Sechrest, Sandra 361 Seghers, Edwin F., Jr. 329 Seibert, Evelyn 306, 74 Seidel, Georg M. 361, 225 Seifollahi, Miksaied 329 Self, Larry 361 Self, William B. 263 Sellers, David 306 Sellers, Judy L. 290, 70 Sellers, Sid 361 Sells, William 329 Serna, Paulette 361 Serrano, Art 330 Serrano, Mauro 361 Service, James 331 Sessom, Cole 361 Severance, Bob 361 Sevier, Alicia 290 Sewell, Shiela 361 Sexton, William J. 330 Shackeiford, James 306, 63, 230 Shallcross, Paula 361 Sharp, Caryn 361 Sharp, Deborah A. 361 Sharp, J. Horace 306 Sharp Sharp Shave Shave , Ray 59 , Robert 361 r, Brock 330 r, Robert 361 Shaw, Dennis 330 Shaw, Gary 330 Shaw, Joann 290 Shaw, Raymond 330 Shaw, Richard L. 290 Show, Steven G. 306 Shawn, James L. 263 Shawner, Paul 361 Shear, Johnny 361 Sheen, Janis 361 Sheets, Shirley H. 263 Sheffield, Carroll 247 Shelby, Jerry T. 290, 132 Shelton, John 205, 206, 208 Shepard, David 361 Shepard, W. D. 330 Shepherd, L. Willie 290 Shepler, Richard 361 Sheppard, Guy E., Jr. 290 Sheppard, Nancy R. 361 Shepperd, Quin 306 Sheridan, Jim 196 Sherman, Pattie 361, 109 Sherman, Ronnie 330 Sherrer, Donald 306 Sherrill, Rosanne 74 Shields, Gary 290 Shields, Laverne 330 Shilling, Lee G. 263 Shimek, Sam 361 Shipman, David 330, 79, 231 Shoemaker, Larry 290 Short, William 330 Shropshire, Tim 330 Shuler, Harvey 361 Shults, Vanda 361 Shupee, George W. 263 Siar, Martha 330 Sides, Karen 361 Siebold, David 361 Siebold, James 306 Siefert, Ernest G. 330, 225 Sierra, Richard 290 Sifford, Thomas 290 Sikes, Roy lll 306 Sills, Garry 290 Sill, Thomas D. 361 Silvernail, Phillip 290 Simi, Warren 306 Simmons, Dan 362 Simmons, Marie 330, 73 Simms, Bobbie G. 264 Simpson, Jerry M. 290 Sims, John A. 306 Sims, Kenneth 362, 134 Sims, Margaret 330 Sims, Nancy 330 Sims, Richard W. 330 Sinclair, Howard D. 362, 133 Sinclair, Jimmy 362 Singletary, James A. 362 Sittler, Victor 362 Skaggo, Kathy 129 Skelton, Bill 330 Skidmore, Mike 330 Skipper, David 306 Skipper, Joe M. 330 Skipwith, Rusty 362 Skipwith, Susan 362 Slater, Larry 362 Slimp, Mary Ann 362 Slaughter, Richard L. 264 Stieber Slusser, Bill 330, 63 Smith, Alan 362 Smith, Ann 306 Smith, Becky 290 Smith, Betty 362 Smith, Billy 290 Smith, B. L. 330 Smith, Bobby 13.362 Smith, Bradley K. 330 Smith, Carole 362 Smith, C. Drew 306, 65 Smith, Cecil 290 Smith Charles A. 362 Smith Smith r 1 r Charlotte 330 Cherie 362 Smith, Christio 330 Smith, Cora Lee 330 Smith, Dole 331, 94 Smith, Don 362 Smith, Donald E. 307, 223 Smith, Donna 362 Smith, Dorothy M. 307, 74 Smith, Douglas 290 Smith, Douglas S. 290 Smith, Fitzhugh L. 290 Smith, Frances 331 Smith, Frank M. 264 Smith, Gary 264 Smith, Gary A. 273 Smith, G. Dan 290 Smith, George 331 Smith, George W. 362 Smith, Glenn W. 290 Smith, Jackie 362 Smith, James M. 307 Smith, Janis 362 Smith, Jeanie M. 362 Smith, Joe 201, 206 Smith, John 362 Smith, John C. 362 Smith, John L. 362 Smith, Judy 362, 132, 85 Smith, Ken 172 Smith, Larry David 331 Smith, Lee H. 264 Smith, Loren E. 307 Smith, Lusius C. 290 Smith, Mark 362 Smith, Merrilee 331, 71 Snyder, Sue 331 Soderstrom, Karin 362 Sodowsky, Pamela 362 Sokol, Chuck 307 Soldo, Sally 307,72, 102 Soliz, Eden J. 331 Somers, Scotty 331 Son, Johnny 230 Sopko, David H. 331 Sorenson, Michael 307 Southall, Hugh L. 307 Soward, Michael T. 290, 63, 230 Sowers, Michael J. 331, 135 Spanhel, Jerry 307 Spann, Patti 290, 70 Sparger, Anna 362 Sparkman, Karen 362 Sparks, John 331 Sparks, Nina 331 Sparling, George B. 290 Sparrow, Ruth 79 Spears, J. Daniel 264 Speight, Susan 362 Spell, Nancy 290 Spellman, Tommy 331 Sperry, Glenn 290 Spiegel, Earl 331, 77 Spillman, James L. 307 Spinks, Gary 290 Spitzer, Jimmy 331 Spoon, Georganne 331, 73 Spoer, Charles U. 264, 317 Spradley, Hershall 290 Spradlin, Joe D. 264 Spradlin, Marcie 331 Sprake, Clark 307 Springer, Kenneth 307 Springer, Roger 331 Springer, William T. 290, 65 Sprinkle, Phil 362 Spruce, William M., Jr. 362 Spruill, Carl, Jr. 362 Spurgeon, Charles H. 331 Squibb, George 331, 133 Squires, Lynn 362 Squires, Patrick 290 Squires, Terrence W. 307 Squyers, Richard 362 Sramek, Can 290, 135 Smith, Michael R. 307 Smith, Mike 362 Smith, Nancy 362 Smith, Obrey 290 Smith, Pot 362 Smith, Phil 63 Smith, Philip 307 Smith, Reginald D. 362, 134 Smith, Richard 331 Smith, Robert L. 290 Smith, Ronald M. 307 Smith, Sammie 362 Smith, Shannon M. 362 Smith, Shorl 331 Smith, Sidney 331 Smith, Steve R. 362 Smith, Virginia 362 Smith VV. E. 331 1 Smithson, Charles 307, 63 Smolleclf, Howard 331 Snavely, Howard J. 264 Snively, Paul 222 Snodgrass, Anne 331 Snodgrass, Don 290 Snowden, Colleen 362 Snyder, Dallas 331, 72, 110 Sn yder, Howard 331 Stacy, James 362 Stacy, Teresa 362 Stafford, Larry 362 Stafford, Linda 362 Stahnke, Bill 331 Stallings, Eddie 201 Stallings, Frank L., Jr. 264, 257 Stamps, Michael 331 Standifer, Bobby 63 Stanford, Carole 362 Stanford, Derreck C. 362 Stanton, Paul 362 Stark, Kathy 362 Starnes, James 307 Starnes, Kenneth 290 Starnes, Phil 307 Starr, Robert M. 363 Staton, Bill 363 Stedman, David 331 Steen, Gayle 331, 74 Steen, Margaret 363 Stegall, Bill 264 Stegall, James 307 Steigerwald, George 290 Steindore, Jay 363 Steindorf, John 112 Steinecke, Alan Q. 264, 268 Stekelenberg, Alma 245 Stenstrom, Verner 363, 201 Stephens, Bob 238 Stephens, Dale 363 Stephens, Darla 363 Stephens, David H., Jr. 331 Stephens, lvan 363 Stephen, Jennifer 331, 68 Stephens, Jerry 195 Stephens, Louis 363 Stephens, Nancy 363 Stephenson, James H., Jr. 290 Steptue, Beaulah 363 Sterling, Jack D. 307, 64 Sterner, Linda 307 Steubling, Royce 363 Stevens, Ronnie 307, 63 Stevens, Steve 331 Stevens, Steve 363, 137 Stevens, Terry A. 363 Stevenson, Darwin 242 Stevenson, Dianne 363 Stevenson, Larry 307 Stevenson, Sam 307 Stevenson, William 331 Stogsdill, Paul 307 Stoker, Johnnie 363 Stone, Earnest 290 Stone, Tommy J. 307 Stoneburner, C. W. 264 Storer, Chuck 277 Story, Michael 331 Story, Wayne 331 Stott, Joan 363 Stover, Patte 363 Stowers, Rebecca 363 Stracener, Bill 331 Strahan, Everette 244 Strahan, Nolan 331 Strawther, Jim 331, 133 Strelsky, Barry W. 290 Stribling, Pam 71 Strickert, Donald P. 290 Strickert, Judy M. 290 Strickland, Robert H. 290 Stripling, Bettye 331 Strittmatter, Curtis F. 331 Stroh, Joy D. 290 Stewart, Bernie 290, 194, 197 Stewart, Billy R. 307, 195 Stewart, Dawn 331, 70 Stewart, Dede 363 Stewart, John 331 Stewart, Johnny 331 Stewart, Kyle 363 Stewart, Larry 363 Stewart Sheryl A. 307, 73, 137 ll Harold 61 Stifolter, Michael 331 Stiles, Gary 331 Stith, Laura 363 Stocks, Douglas R., Jr. 264 Stockstill, Pamela 331 Stockton, William B. 307 Stoehr, Chris 63 Strong, Milton S. 363 Strong, Paul 242 Strong, Russell 363, 225 Stroud, James C. 307 Stroud, Michael G. 307 Stuart, Barbara 331, 71, 55 160, 161 Stuart, Bill 60 Stuart, Dr. John A. 264 Stults, Mary 363 Sturges, James L. 307 Sudds, John Vincent 331 Suits, Gary 363 Sulak, Cyril 63 Sullivan, Arthur 331 Summerall, Henry 331 Summers, Charles 290 Summers, Marsha 364 Supulver, Barbara Ann 331 Sury, Barbara 290, 69 Sutherland, Thomas 264 Sutton, Shirley 364 Svensson, Eric H. F. 264 Swafford, William E. 332 Swain, Roberta 332 Swanson, Dan 332 Sweatt, Bernice 364 Sweatt, Sandra 364 Swim, James K. 364' Swindle, Cordell 63 Swinney, Daryl 364 Swint, John 332 Swisher, Mary 243 Switt, Jett 307 Switzer, Molly 290 Sword, Douglas 307, 94 Sykora, William C. 332 Tabor, Susan 332 Taborsky, Ivan 264 Taborsky, lvanka 308, 72 Taliaterro, Lloyd 264 Tollon, Sheila 290, 71 Tanner, Nancy 308 Tanner, Tom 291 Tarletz, Mark 332, 60 Tart, Fred 291 Tartt, Danny 364 Tautenhahn, Richard 364 Tawney, C. Curtis 364 Thetford, Michael 364 Thill, Karen 364 Thomas, Bobby 332 Thomas, Christine 364 Thorpe, Charlie 364 Thrasher, Sheril 364 Threadgill, Wayland, Jr. 365 134 Taylor, Frank 60 Taylor, Glen 291 Taylor, Harold G. 308 Taylor, Jean 364 Taylor, Lee D. 308 Taylor, Lucille 265 Taylor, Mancill 364 Taylor, Pat 332, 70 Taylor, Rufus 250 Tennison, Robert L. 265 Taylor, Ronald 364 Taylor, Scott C. 364, 33 Taylor, Trudy 364 Taylor, Valerie 364 Taylor, Wayne 364 Teague, David L. 291 Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas DeWayne 364 Dickie 364, 129 Gary 364 James 308 James M. 332 Jimmy 332 John W. 322, 135 J. VV. 291 Kenneth 242 Larry 364 Micheal 308 Ronald 308 Stephen 332 Thompson, Andrew 308 Thompson, Anne 364 Thompson, B. Cecil 265 Teague, Richard 364, 201 Tech, Laurel 291 Tedford, Robert S. 134 Teeter, Rita 364 Temple, Ronnie 364 Templeton, Wilbert 291 Terrell, Glen 12.265 Terrell, Hank 332 Terrill, Sharon Kay 308, 61, 73, 144, 162, 163 Terry, Gloria L. 332 Terry, Rick 63 Terrt, Tim C. 332 Theesteld, Lowell 332 Theesfeld, Raymond W. 308 Thetford, Lynn 364 Thompson Dan 332 Thompson Dwight 308 Thompson Edward 102 Thompson, Eric 364 Thompson Frances 291 Thompson James L. 291 Thompson Kenneth 364 Thompson Mark W. 332 Thompson, Mildred 291 Thompson, Ralph L. 364 Thompson, Thresa 364 Thompson, Tommy 308, 97 Thompson, William R. 308 Thornton, Carolyn L. 364 Thornton, Mike 364 Thornton, Rita 364 Thresher, William 365 Throne, Benny 332 Thorp, Nancy 248 Thweatt, Kay 365 Tibey, Steve 365 tablets, Billy 365 Tidwell, Anita 365 Tidwell, Earl C. 332 Tietz, Norman 365 Tigner, Robert 308 Tillery, Dena 365 Tilson, Patti 365 Timmons, David 291 Timmons, Tommy 308 Tindall, Morman 332, 67 Tingle, Robert 365 Tinker, Tom 221, 237 Tippens, William E. 365 Tipps, Steve 308 Titsworth, David 291 Titsworth, Edison L. 291 Toal, Lee 332 Todd, Dorothy 365 Toland, Melinda 365 Tolleson, Monty 194, 197 Tomas, Carlos 308 Tomas, Enriqueta 365 Tomison, Larry 365 Tomme, Albert 291 Tompkins, Keith W. 265 Tompkins, Tom 365 Tonn, Larry 365 Totten, Barbara 365 Toub, Samuel G. 291 Towers, John 225 Townley, Tom 59, 71 Townsend, Roger 308, 137, 1 Traffanstead, David 365 Trager, Ricky 365 Trapani, John M. lll 308 Travis, John 61 Travis, John 308 Travis, Robert G. 78 Trept, Teddy 291 Trewin, Walter W. 291 Tribble, Richard P. 291 Trietsch, Gary K. 332 Trimble, John 332 Trimble, Vicki 332 Trinkle, Patrick 291 Triplett, Harold 365 Trostel, Tom 66, 74 Troyer, Ann 291 Trussell, Francine 365 Tubb, L. C. 365 Tucker, Argyle 78 Tucker, Arthur W., Jr. 265 Tucker, Diane 332 Tucker, Hayden 332 Tucker, Mayrene 78 Tucker, Richard 332 Tucker, Richard L. 265 Tullos, Richard 365 Turbeville, Simone F. 265 Turnbow, Janet 332 Turner, Turner, Turner, Turner, Turner, Turner, Turner, Billy 265 Cathy 365 James 365 Jon 365 Juanita 251 C. Steven 265 Weldon Lee 291, 173 PL 29 Turner, William D. 265 Turner, William E. 265 Turney, Gay B. 265 Tutle, Gary 365 Turquitte, Lynn 365 Tyler, Terry Allen 332 Underwood, Nilta 365 Upchurch, Alan L. 365 Urban, Alexia 332 Urbina, Francisco 365 Urie, Lida 308 Urquhart, Henry 291 Usry, Richard 291 Utley, Bobby 193 Utterback, Jack 246 Utterback, Sue 365 Vacula, Albert 291 Vaden, Rusty 365 VanderWieI, Robert 332 Vandermeer, Nathan 332 Van Dorn, Peggy 332, 72 Van Dyke, George 332 Vannoy, Diane 365 Vargas, Delores 332 Vaughn, Ricky 365 Vaughn, Thomas 365 Vaught, Gary 308 Venable, Jack 332 Vennum, Tom 365 Venturi, Mary Ellen 332, 68, 129 Vernon, Glynda 365 Veselka, Henry 308 Vest, James 65 Vett, Casey 365 Victor, Ellen B. 332 Vileta, Corliss 291 Villars, Susan 365 Vina, Frederick 265 Vines, Kenneth 291 Vineyard, Tim 308 Vinson, John F. 291, 130 Vinson, Phyllis 332 Vinton, Paul A. 332 Visone, Kay 308 Vogel, David 332 Von Bose, Joseph W. 365 Von Bose, Victoria 365 Voss, Karen 55, 71, 84 Vrba, Ronnie 366 Vela, Kathy 366 Vrla, Milton F., Jr. 133 Wacker, John 308 Wade, Bill 366 Wade, James 366 Waggpmer, Anthony 291 Waggoner, Elizabeth 291 Waggoner, John B. 366, 78 Waggoner, Walter 332 Wagner, William E., Jr. 332 Waite, Gerald T. 332 Wakefield, Charles 291 Wakefield, Watson 366 Walden, Judi 308 Waldrip, Elizabeth 366 Waldrip, Kathy 366 Waldrop, Waldrop, Howard 144 Tommy 332, 64 Walker, Charles 308 Walker, John 308 Walker, Kenneth 366 Walker, Luthur 291, 225 Walker, Reba 291 Walker, Robert 332 Walker, Sidney 308 Walkington, Larry 366 Wallace, Bruce 366 Wallace, Jan 291, 67 Wallace, Max 366 Wallace, Mike 332, 59, 67 Wallace, Ronald 366 Wallace Sharon 291 Wallace, Thomas 332, 67 Waller, Edwin 292 Waller, Karen 332 Waller, Richard 332 Walling, Norman 366 Wallis, Albert 292 Wallis, Morris 366 Walls, John 292 Walls, Mary 308 Walter, Mary 366 Walters, Kenny 230 Walters, Linda 308, 231 Walters, Myron 332, 67 Walton, Howard 333 Walton, Rocky 366 Waltrip, Jim 333 Waltrip, Travis 292 Wampler, John 366 Wangler, Dana 366 Ward, Andrew 366 Ward, Carolyn 333 Ward, James 333 Ward, Michael 292 Ware, David 333 Ware, Linda 333, 144 Warfield, Eddie 308 Warila, Dale 366 Warren, Bill 366 Warren, Cameron 366 Warren, Clark 67 Warren, Eddie 265 Warren, Jerry 230 Warren, Patricia 292 Washburn, John 333 Wasik, Michael 333 Waters, Carolyn 292 Waters, Fleming 292 Waters, John 366 Watkins, Damon 292 Watkins, David 366 Watkins, Kirby 265 Watkins, Randy 366 Watkins, Sammy 333 Watson, Carol 366 Watson, David 308, 65, 166, 281 Watson, Don 292 Watson, Judy 72 Watson, Kay 366 Watson, Linda 292 Watson, Martha 366 Watson, Phil 134 Watson, Ronald 292 Watson, Wilbert 367 Watson, Susan 308, 71 Watters, Joyce 367 Watts, Don 367 Waxler, Morris 292 Weadon, Mary 333 Weatherall, Pam 367 , Ann 70 , Anita 333 Weaver Weaver Weaver Weaver Weaver, Webb, Webb, Webb, Webb, Joe 230 l.loy 308 Norman 246 Bob 308, 67 Jack 292 Larry 367 Roger 308 I I Webster, Gerald 292 Weddel, Vickie 367 vvedin, David 277 Weedon, Daniel 308 Weedon, Jinx 333 Wehrlng, Gertrude 108 Weiher, Earl 59 ,135 West Weik, Russell 333, 64 Weiler, Gene 333 Weinstock, Diane 367, l44 Weir, Larry 333 Weiss, Donald 265 Welch, Eddie 367 Welch, Dianita 308, 78 Welch, James 367 Weldon, Bill 367 Weldon, Larry 367 Weldon, Phillip 367, 99 Wells, Dave 308 Wells, Mary 333, 70 Werner, Charles 333 Werner, Jimmy 367 Wernly, William 292 Charles 308 , Charlotte 367 West, West West West West Wester, Westerl Westfal Westmo Wewer, Whal in , Whaling Wharton , Stephen 292 , Raymond 333 , Richard 292 , S. 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