Arlington State College - Reveille Yearbook (Arlington, TX)

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" F Q f f. , WI X ,Q ,,. 3,,y, 5 , .. i ' fvgfi' Zh I 7 ,nz , X k W . N z i 4 Campus Life . . + 0l'gHHlZ2ltlOHS ...... 3 Personalities 142 Athletics 178 Leadership 222 Classes if -ff CA What I remember best about last year is all the good times I shared with friends. Criss-crossing the campus between classes, we'd meet and talk and laugh and make plans for the weekend. What marvelous memories those times now make a frosty autumn football game being first at registration music at a mid-December dance the hectic week of rush. The faces and the places and the things I did last year are only memories now. But we had good times then, my friends and I. ii. I ,. .. f u .QQ ' . 1 ' LIFE '-rl", Y-saw A., n S453 J 'K . 4-1. '5- rlington Mcrits nivcrsity Status A true university embraces a wide range of interests, pursuits, and ideas. More than a mere training institute, the modern college worthy ofthe term university must instill new ideas, develop thoughts, and formulate prin- ciples in an atmosphere of freedom. The University of Texas at Arlington is approach- ing this ideal, as it must it it is to merit its designation. -?', I :li .l-I Z ll it li, 4.- ii 'I I AT RRUIGTOI ln a skit based on "The Sound of Music," Delta Zeta actives join hands with the rushees 5 and sing their own versions o f popular tunes A-Zu f 'i,, , 355' 7, ': xtfv. - 'L -1,5 'iff-Z' 753 if . -4--Hg 'ZX . I Delta Tau Delta initiates submit to the ordeals of pledgeship at one of the fraternity's meetings. 1 ' ,Q ., K 1 K 1' i ' 5 " gl. gg b 2 if ' . , 4 . .., ,lt 'S x V , . f X 5 .4 4 2, A" 7 : ki , if Celebrating with a hug are En Ami Peggy Van Dorn and pledge Avolonte actives entertain prospective pledges with a song and Susan Elder, who has just received her bid. dance routine at the Saturday afternoon skit party. Three Hundred Join in Rush ctivities Fraternity and sorority rush became a way of life for 109 girls and 190 boys this fall. Flush began with an open house held by the Panhellenic Council. Rushees visited with representatives from each sorority and asked questions concerning rush. Both sororities and fraternities held rush parties and smokers during the week, which ended with a candle- light ceremony held for all pledges. At the end of the week, bids were received and pledges paired off with active members from the fraternities and sororities to begin their semester-long pledgeship. Candlelight ceremonies, Monday night meetings, and long weeks of both playful and earnest servitude followed for the lucky pledges. Fifty-seven girls pledged six sororities: Avolonte, Delta Zeta, En Ami, Les Choisies, San Souci, and Phi Mu. Social fraternities on campus are Alpha Sigma Chi, Delta Tau Delta, Delta Upsilon, Kappa Alpha, Kappa Sigma, and Phi Gamma Delta. Kent Gardner fcenterj, inter-Fraternity Council sponsor, oversees rush registration with Norman Tindall, Mike Barnett, lohn Lamond, and Miles Bryant. 5 ls YW' , Z X A S- 1' I v - . .f-Ms i v'?':9'1'E-1'1fi't"i if o ' X fs- A can-h ,am I A pair of registering students encounter the perplexities of scheduling classes. Promotion booths set up at the end of the registration lines lure members for organizations and rushees for sororities and fraternities. ludcnl C S 5 . fwwii, ef Wmbecqxvx ' ilmvxv ufzsalimiii ff' AFM F W ,,faiZfeY.23ii1 ,.,x,' w,1my:.3 , :vw-1-1, Q-T255 1 wmmfg f, K 4 ' E-9-WSW. ' , , . ,,g.,': 1 I U ..- , p 51 , L?-f? 'f fEfzzaagafgffewfjtifg-,gg' ' f ' V' F 'Q - A rs - A 31,5 Q , H FW , , 1, I , 1A y W ,L . 7 ,X N 1 L '?ii :,I A P11 215 Hg np WTI! 1' 4 5 l 1 F ' 1 'Q ' r Q! 1 1 Q H 1 v' fl' W ' .vs , H L 5' 1 1 1 an ' ' ' H 14 44 1 V, 'Lf R, "' 'MY' 'sf 1 llllllll' V M ' 1 ' f ' Mm : X ff .J-vw! 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X. ,L .F A f , Q 1 Q V W flrjlkvxdk L 11: w 4 , ,'.,1fwf?igf., FE fh- f"'wfQ6-wsftl f ' ' P , ' 1,2 Gf:EFf?E23rwl , N,wqa:'g::g: f f .w:,a, +5 Wie: 'EM " 'f3?f1:efW:f-M, " ' if f N vw" fwssrf ,wsfhw .L 145gl1Sf35g22?!f' .ffiilh ' ' -Mawr" Hw2wJ:4'1QZ0 ' 1 1 I Wir- ,Q,Qgggv3w5wfJ, N Q . 1' , J". yafaizgf' Hu ,W A1 -' ' 'wifefff' 1- 'JM ' , J - VL 'Y N. V , "'11"'I:"2.LiI-Ss ' 1 '-V '?EFi2i21 W i P, - .I ji: ,7 , ,Q 1 ' 1 V51 I ' 1 an Q:aQfww,,,,u mm , ' W , X X J 5 I I f ' J b N F ' E. ' 1 Qfiia f 1 , K-M ' Vx: ,Ml 'Qiliffil M, W 2' k ...- W 'f5'T:if?T V'3:11?75"5'1-R? .. , r . 4 , a 1 1' fa wx N ff an , . i 1 7.1 , , X 5 fy im F '1 X ,.,, it x'- -x . XX X isa Q In " at :gtg-calf . ., 4 , Vw Y X2 X 'J L 5 if . . ,,,-ww' "' ' 3 V 5 YSL Burley Bearden, outstanding football coach of the SLC two years, coached the South land Conference champs, winning the bid for the post-conference bowl game. Punting specialist Skipper Butler boots an extra point in the game against the North Dakota Bisons, ending in a I3-O Rebel win. 'lli':a,1-11 'Q x S 2 2 QQ.. x--sg is -as y "Ci 1 .1 -:H-br, n wx-:mf xiii ,, I has kv ,- 'QYQ1 'Q' wiv' nw 10. . 3 l i 3 f LC Champs Nab C Pecan Bowl Win " r' P-we .-0 P if 'Ii Y-H fe- m gy i Encouraging the Rebel team, 7500 students braved icy weather in snow-entrenched Abilene for the game against North Dakota State. YQGQ ,,,,..,,..q-sv-4""""' Game-weary, sideline players huddle around buckets of smoldering charcoal, Hot Cl1OCOl6te revives Cheerleader Sally Soldo. lack Powell, UT Arlington senior, leads students from several mid-western col- leges in a folk singing session after a days skiing on the slopes Ted Trept, senior, feels that skiing is not nearly as hard as the snow is soft ,vi- C 0 tg: X an I Ski Trip Means un n Colorado Forty-two students journeyed to Winter Park, Colorado, for a five day, between- semester ski session. Sponsoring the group were Dr. and Mrs. U. O. Herrmann and Dr. I.. C. Mathias. The Student Activities Board organized the mid-semester trip. The group stayed at the Timber House Lodge in Winter Park, about an hour's drive into the mountains west of Denver. The Inn, distinctly German in atmosphere, is owned by a German immigrant couple, Mr. and Mrs, Timerhaus. Over half of the group had never skiedg every action was an obstacle. How to get off the ski lift once you get on? Howto hold the ski poles? Howto get up after you fall down? l-low to muster enough courage to ski down a steep beginners slope? Casualties on the trip were limited to a split metal ski pole and a snapped ski. 1 ,gms 'nit , 45123 Timber House Lodge, where UT Arlington students stayed was the perfect blend of German food and European atmosphere in the Rocky Mountain. it WML ri' How to get off the lift worries prospective skiers during their ride from the bottom of the slopes to the very top. A group from the Universities of Colorado and Nebraska entertained UT Arlington students. of J- I l A , i if tis ,. X Nw N , Ski lessons are available at the slopes, but some students prefer to get a head start on learning, iv ,gp 3 1 Zi ft' 7 -W r 5 0 ' v if K' ,WG IA 1 fi' Three police cars escorted the Rebels from campus on their spirit ride to Commerce for the ETSU football game. Nearly 60 cyclists, riding in I5-minute shifts, pedaled for nine hours and arrived early for kick-off. Sixt cbs Pedal To ETSU Game Some sixty Rebel Rousers, students, and cheerleaders banded together for the "Great Bicycle Ride" from Arlington to Commerce forthe East Texas State University game this year. The crew arrived on time to cheer the Rebels on to a 7-6 victory over the Lions. The marathon bicycle trip, sponsored by Rebel Rousers to build spirit and spearheaded by Rusty Russell, covered a distance of 80 miles, but only three riders made the entire distance. David Watson and Susie Wine rode a tandem bike more than 50 miles. Larry Bauer, vvho rode his bicycle all the vvay to Commerce and back, was named "Top Cyclist" for his efforts. He is practicing for the i968 Olympics , ,iv Q K ti Q., -ev" Saiitlia Griffin rubs on linament to ease the leg cramps of Rusty Russell, weary riclr-r who coordinated "The Great Ride," 'R ,vi ggi my ww, Dyk Swim I .llLi'W Rebel Rouser lohnny Pechal complained about the heat on the day-long bicycle journey and was obligingly doused with ice water by friends who traveled in cars. af As the bicycle caravan passes through downtown Dallas, Susie Wine and Sally Soldo join disc jockey Charlie Van Dyke at KLIF radio station for on-the-air progress reports of the ride. .29 Bicycles which collapsed from the rigors of the 80-mile ride are loaded onto trailers which traveled alongside the group. LIKE At VILDCAT , . M JT LIKEE A LAM LW J ui 5 1 Lory Bowles, former Delta Sigma pl sweetheart, lorns the I-lornecornrng parade on the club float, winner of the Grand Marshalls Award Laceys Frances Miller, Lrnda Ovrick, and Barbara Pitney cheer on the Rebels vvrth their float. Homecoming 1967 pens November Thousands of UT Arlington students and alumni celebrated the biggest Homecoming in the school's history on November 2, 3, and 4. An overflow crowd turned out for the bonfire dance on Thursday to swing to the sounds of Le Cirque and the Southwest FOB. A night- time parade through downtown Arlington fea- turing lighted floats preceded the bonfire on Friday. Winners of the bonfire competition for collecting the most wood were Phi Gamma Delta among the fraternities and Trinity House for the dormitories. Climax of the three-day celebration was Saturday night's football game when the Bebels tangled with the Wildcats of Abilene Christian College and whipped them. ln pre- game activities winners of the dormitory decoration and float competitions were named and trophies were awarded. Half-time was lenghtened to accommodate special an- nouncements in which three outstanding UT Arlington exes were honored and the winner of the Miss Dixie Belle title was revealed. Finalist Debbie Maddox looks on as lorja Jackson, Miss Dixie Belle, accepts congratulations at half-time for her honor. Crowds of spectators, chilled by the November night, are lured by the warmth of whirling slapping flames to the Homecoming bonfire ui . f ' ' .'wf1.fQ58!LffL' A"1-FV, . f . V, X .z , ,-,,.,,.-5.4- , f3?i5g7 '.L - 6,191 4, vf f' Ia rg?-. 4 ' 1: Q 4 l , I Qt xr . isfv 'Q O nlx A Qx' , L. if 1 ,Jw sm , u 'f , . 8 ,I dt Y' 3'-ik' ES. 9' if 545 New .H .- p. P l 24 Mit.:-f A false start left En Ami Sherry Allen with a surprised expression and her pickle still hidden in the pan of whipped cream, Entries in the toga contest were Melanie Meier, Phi Muq Laurie Innes, Delta Zetag Emily Emerson, Avolonteq Melanie Wood, Les Choisies: Linda Garza, En Amig and Merry Montgomery, Sans Souci. Avolonte took first place honors. I. l we 'Ss.,. ln a lively round of musical tubs, sorority representatives circled to the tunes and then plunged into wash tubs filled with water, flour, corn flakes, raw eggs, and syrup. En Amis Janet Hardin won the event. lass. U,-n. f-1 . N A11-.U ,i :Lag :L 4 , 2 -LY 1,1-J i if 1, el if Q t is Mi i i 1 M i" .Nfl 1 M M it frat i . t . . iw A aft- xf5'Lf'r -f. 'flfijf ' - FMA ' ' r F- . f v 4 Ii- . ffflf fx fifths: 'A " S:ri:qi'5'.'41 Nvmffzi ' fry- 4' 'i - 4. Q .tgtfr cdsifhifg Jail' . T92 ts. as -is . F Climax of the Winter Olympics was the spoon dig, in which the six sorority presidents sifted through 1200 pounds of flour in search of spoons engraved with the club's names. Sans Soucfs Debbie Maddox plowed fastest and won, En mi Sweeps Winter 1 mpics Flying flour and broken eggs turned soror- ity members into bedraggled contestants for the Winter Olympics on Friday, November 10. The annual competition among the six sorori- '-Q - ties, again sponsored by Alpha Sigma Chi fraternity, was climaxed by the announcement of the winners at a dance held that night at the Cabana Hotel in Dallas. En Ami collected the most points and won the 1967 trophy. Sans Souci placed second, and Avolonte took third. Speed, strength, and ingenuity were called for throughout the afternoon as scores of girls donned sweatshirts and cut-off jeans to join in the games. ln some of the traditional events again staged, sorority representatives threw the discus, bobbed for apples, and raced tricycle Chariots. A new contest fea- tured was the ice cream feed in which blind- folded pairs raced to hand-feed their partners a pint of softened ice cream. Final event of the day was the spoon dig. Sorority presidents, first wetted down, scuf- fled through hundreds of pounds of flour in is pm.. fa, ,. . ?5iV".pf'i-if W' "ij-'.:f"?i.. J? fra."- ,Mig-?.Wh, search of spoons engraved with their clubs' names. After the six spoons had been found, Armed with folded newspapers and attempting to smash their opponents' eggs CI7305 erupted 53 AlfaS'QSi Sorority beausf are loan Stott riding En Amrs beau, lim Fosterg and Lor Bowles aio Randy and spectators were caught, drenched, and 1 Y i P Hamilton, Phi Mu's beau. Phi Mu triumphed, and En Ami placed second. flung into the flgurl lv 'S. Two musical groups, the Coachmen and the Buster Smith Orchestra, entertained at the Snowball to provide a change of beat for the dancers. m -my-.. .. E. ' X --..m.. Snowball Honors Beaut and Beast A "Winter Wonderland" set the mood for the Snowball on December 16 in the student center upstairs ballroom and snack bar. The ballroom featured blue lighting and a large white flocked Christmas tree with blue dec- orations. The snack bar was decorated as "Santa's Workshop." Buster Smith and his Orchestra provided soft music in the ballroom and the Coachmen played rock music in the snack bar. A highlight of the Snowball was the an- nouncement ofthe Beauty and Beast winners. Sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, the contest had 21 candidates, with ballots cast by penny votes. The S1100 taken in was used to buy a color television for the upstairs lounge. Beast was Dale Smith from BOTC, and Phi Mu Pat McGuire was Beauty. The Levee Committee, headed by Dana Flittiman, sponsored the dance, iff K K 2 , X M u ,ffffx Ind!! Lk iw I -I - ..,,., ,,twf+g1f"'W?!jk? 12:1 Q ' t . . A g NN 'f g:, , '-::ff sz-f ssfijf bi Clusters of voters gathered around the A Phi O display in the student center to evaluate the 27 beauty and beast cbntestants and cast their penny votes. . X Q M ., .wa 'U . 4 ,. , if 15" f'r. f . 1.1 ,Q 2' ,fig ix i 'v .1 , , , V Q-. My ,. ze, S , .,. J v Ia.: f 5.5 241' Lf' 'ie flier? .: -- . w-fsffrgg vig. ,156 qs 1 ff: gt , be -jntgitbilm '54 gif H 4s f , fr? :ffm ' ' - fx- " 512-?'tS'kg!'fm'.fi?dz sl P 5 l E E I Phi Mu's Pat McGuire and the ROTC candidate, Dale Smith, won the Beauty and Beast titles. David Gaines accepted the trophy and camera for Dale. Alpha Phi Omega totaled the pennies collected from a week of voting set. Mrs. Carolyn Waddell, sponsor of the Student Activities Board, in the Beauty and the Beast contest and purchased a color television accepted the gift for the students at the Snowball. Finals, Commencement Dominate Mid-term Seated on the stage durrng the commencement program, faculty professors and the A Cappella Cholr lrsten as Presrdent lack Woolf addresses the graduating class of seniors 9.1. , K... -, M K K Gallons of coffee, furnrshed by SAB, helped students weather mid-term finals wma 4 ww mlm i :ww :ff Nd fm mm was mn mms ' HK. MW QM EK mm sum I' assists mm 1 Wm X WM X HES mlm r-'wan mmm Em HW 1 Km ll!! ails mm A mm mm was nun mm X mm mu nur T an an moan H an an me an nn -S 5 I t , sa I I nun Wnnl,ngr lt lllmf fflnw encement exercises held rn Texas Hall, nearly 500 graduating seniors partrcipated rn the lanuary program. Tassels of white culminate years of effort toward achieving a college degree while maintaining a home. .aff After hours of studious concentration for mid-semester finals, fatigue conquers, demanding rest in spite of impending examinations .jx Two Soucis dilidentlv work at the cleanino task for the Greek service project on Greek Weekend Alpha .'Irg.,rn.'r Cnr lr.1alerm.H members assembled at the Campus Canto on Sunday to serenade a lovely lady who appeared on stage. reek Weekend eld for First Time H -,T 3 ' 'TD , 'ii -N- A ji ff .lr J r .lm - N . e A e g - i-"W--Q. f 'AA K P lv, '- Avolonte sorority won first prize with their song and dance at the Canto. Oblivious to others, a couple enjoys the Greek Ball. UT Arlington Greeks staged a clean-up, dance-in, sing-out campaign this spring, the last weekend in March. The activities were a part of the first official Greek Weekend to be held on campus. Activities began on Friday when the social sororities and fraternities visited the Arling- ton Masonic Home to stage a clean-up proj- ect on the grounds of the home. On Friday night, Greeks attended the Blue-White game for all students. On Saturday, a semi-formal dance for Greeks and their dates at the Marriott Motor Hotel in Dallas was held. Pledges from both the fraternities and sororities were presented at this event. Climaxing the weekend activities, Delta Tau Delta sponsored the Campus Canto on Sunday afternoon. Each fraternity and soror- ity presented a singing program. After the Canto, the sororities held a reception for parents of the Greeks. -:-1-"' En Ami presents their musical contribution at the Canto. Mike Baylor U01 barely eludes Terry Stuart 1812 in the Blue-White clash. aff tudcnt Center-Hub of Campus Activity 32 Novembefs Wrnter Olympics events were again held in front of the student center where crowds gathered to watch the sororities compete yt 'ev ws: -' i sv x -1 x 5 0 N ., ,f wi-- fff r a 1 1 A 9 5 I f - 4 we.:-' f 5 9" 3 A X- ,r 3. M.. f .':z.:. we I F .xg ,eff ll 1-.1 SD0f7faf7e0US folk Singing S6SSlOf7S Sometimes form among friends Business in the bookstore booms during registration, Also in the wing with QUHSVS who Qafhef for lunch in the Student Ceflfef- of the student center is the exchange store and a cafeteria, n Q FE H A, Hp Q ilu 'FII ,C ,L 9 ' I ' At noon on autumn Fridays Rebels gather on the steps of the student center to join with the cheerleaders to inspire the football team. Kathy Christa! and Mike Ward watch with apprehension, iubilant freshman cheerleaders celebrate a victory against Texas Wesleyan. il' X Q - -X 3 ', mi .M fifiljiiil'-Jil tl f,IIi'tiHLEADFRS Cindy Maddox, Kathy Christal, Pam Sims, Candy Beach, Keith Graham, Dan Garrett, Olie Garrison, Mike Ward Freshman Class Elect Representatives 1 W 1 , 9 ,sv . - , 4 , N. Q., sf "K ""' V ft as 4' s' f-2 ,f ' +-.:- " ' "VN , M, ,tt t Z . 'W Q W i WM ' iq Q fix, 6? iw if Eff b Z s Jim Wallace, President Jimmy Turner, Vice-president i rrr if Debbie Aydt, Secretary VQWQ . . X 1 :V --riff gl' 233, 2 52:4 ' f.jgx,, V f 3. ' Ng .,'11 'T'2 4' wwf 753- " 1 nu A v' V f r OOO!! O OOO V If oo- , rs-Q' I uk 'HMM f' .-vw' ' v-- , .4-I Hugs' Belonging is important to me. To know that l am bound to a promise or a person or a cause or my career is to know the thrill of purpose and the need for dedication. In the very same way I belong to groups with others, others who have joined themselves together in a friendly fellowship. Perhaps we seek the same profession or we live together or believe alike or we're all just friends. Anyway, we share a common spirit. And I belongg and l am glad. fr Qvtsss W-msg' ORGANIZATIO ,g ki MAJ -Fri: Q Lvf- ,Q 1, -avi' AW-,, 4 Y' IF- 'I . we ' " f 1 ., . .TREF b " ' ' 1ii?", Y .vt I 4' REPRESENTATIVES. FRONT ROW: Mary Ellen Wells, Susan Barton, Hensley, Stuart Nichols, Tom Wallace, Charles Cerf, Budoy McMahon, loyce Watters, Suzie McNatt, Toni Hart, Freda Jones, Tina Barnett, Glenn Sodd. THIRD ROW: Thomas Anderson, James Livermore, Bill lune Cheatham. SECOND ROW: Steve Tipps, Glenn Carter, Jeff Staten, Jim McClellan, loe McCuIley, Bill Slusser, Bob Sandifer. ,i -f 'aes EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Susan Barton Csecretaryl, Tina Barnett fcor- fpresidentj, left Hensley lparliamentarianj. responding srecretaryj, Glenn Carter fvice-presidentj, Tom Wallace QM ' COMMITTEE HEADS. FRONT ROW: Joe McCuiley and loyce Watters, iCampus, co-chairmenj, Bob Sandifer CResearch, Evaluation, and Developmentj. SECOND HOW: Glenn Sodd fStudent Alfairsj, Buddy McMahon iPublic Relationsj, Jeff Hensley fRulesJ, lim McClellan lStudent Traffic and Parkingj. Student Government Thirty representatives from the student body serve as members of Student Govern- ment. Fourteen of these representatives are elected each spring for a two-year term. Council members must have an overall grade point average of 1.5. Student Government sponsored Howdy Week last September. Activities included an All-Freshman Assembly, a street dance, a get-acquainted party and a Howdy Dance. Buddy Mclvlahon was chairman for Howdy Week activities. Student Government is divided into four committees. The Campus Committee is re- sponsible for the beautification of the cam- pus. The Communications Committee re- leases information regarding Student Gov- ernment activities to students, faculty, and area schools. The Research, Evaluation, and Development Committee promotes school spirit and sponsors all campus elections. This committee also makes all rules concerning elections, including specifications for cam- paign signs and qualifications for candidates. P FRESH '3 WALLACE I.. grsiorvlf li 2"i"'-5-.D jf ll Signs of class elections in front of the student center are one facet ot Student Government activities. 6 W-6-, an-Gif' aff' NX sl "Wm, 5 Decorations in the student center are part of the House Committee's duties. Student ctivities Board Most non-fraternity activities on campus are sponsored by the Student Activities Board. Nine committees of varying numbers of members are the main divisions within the Student Activities organization. The commit- tees are COLA, a council on leadership ad- vancementg Fine Arts, responsible for cultural events, Hospitality, serving as host to college functions, House, in charge of exhibits in the student centerg Recreation, specializing in well-spent leisure time, Ideas and Issues, bringing special lectures and films for student enlightenmentg Levee, planning all campus- held dancesg Special Events, coordinating all- school activities, and Entertainment, select- ing films and performers for campus enter- tainment. In a constantly expanding program, the Student Activities Board uses approximately three dollars of each activity fee in entertain- ing, informing, and representing the UT Arl- ington student body. SAB is a member of the Association of College Unions which is an international organization created for the mutual benefit of student groups. xp' NJ' --42' is ...ix 'fy' lx' 132352531-, XR Nl' pw-'.. 'R EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, Pat Reeves social activities coordinatorj, springj, Joan Dawson ffirst vice-presidentj, John Stewart fpublic rela- Glenn Day fpiesioentl, Marti Atkerson isecond vice-president, fallj tions directorj. Margie Steen isccretaryj, Elizabeth Einhaus fsecond vice-president, Homeconmo aatzriaa FRI 930 . mes mans aa am ass mime E i no SA E SAT 730 if BE AT Mi ln prominence in front of the student center, the SAB marquee lists its activities during Homecoming. 'I . , ' 'V COMMITTEE HEADS. FRONT ROW: Patti Tilson CHouseJ, Susan Elder fFine Artsi, Rosanne Bobbitt farea advisorj, Martha Malcolm fHospitalityJ. SECOND ROW: Dana L. Rittiman lLeveej, lustin Schlultz lldeas and lssuesj, Charles Huber fRec- reationj, lames D. Dixon fEntertainmentj, Tristan Schroeder IPublic Relationsj, Virginia Manypenny fHospitalityj, Steve Tipps lCouncil on Leadership Advance- mentj, Ralph Baldridge CPublic Relationsj, Ross Breckeen farea advisorj, Paul Flohr fPublic Relationsj. Not pictured: Mike Story ISpecial Eventsj. The Association, a major popular group, per formed on campus under SAB sponsorship. Rebel Rouser Rebel spirit is pushed on and of'F-campus with the leadership of 150 Rebel Rousers. The group this year organized the bicycle ride to the East Texas State University foot- ball game and supervised the gigantic Home- coming bonfire. With an attendance of at least 75 at every meeting, Rebel Rousers also sponsor the card section at football games. Requirements for membership are payment of dues and lots of enthusiasm. eq, it Pat Remington, Steve Will, lim Robertson, and Steve DiScillio top the Homecoming bonfire wood with presi- dent Tom Shepard, Other officers are Mal Prince, vice- president, lvanka Taborsky, treasurer, Joy Sefler, secre- tary, and Pam Hollinger, reporter Rebel Rousers sei up a promotion booth at the end of the regiiztrfilion line each semester to interest new prOS- pectfx in ioining their spirit organization. 59. , . 4 , rr 'S as ,' y I ' , , 'V P si 'W ' f . it M X i 1 ,4 'Y W: V 0 ..,. , .,. ,gl-.4-gg - X . 0 s., ., ,J M . 'ER' N ,""?ei"'e Nearly 60 spirited Rebels cycled to Commerce from Arlington for the ETSU foot ball game of November 30. Rebel Rousers sponsored "The Great Ride." , as i , c X if 2 , ff 4 'F'251" ,iff ' " ,- is ' 4 W- R' fe 2 the 5' 2 l tfuu fvff vie -f an- at-1 y f r ,Q ' st REB R ..llES, D "'N5 ld ,-.. ff , lf X .ff- f X A ' 5 Dy 4 if it 4 a 4 5 ...,.,, A H , 1+ M FR mm QRORI MRM 'f-Q-4. 5 WMXMQW mssgwwswanwhkh M"""v-NNN 'M-..,,,aKwg. MMM "Wm-5. :fm i , ""2'J.j 'I' whoa ot 4'-'fn,,h QMM - .f. wil anhcllcnic Council The governing body for UT ArIington's six sororities is the Panhellenic Council. Special activities included a Panhellenic float for the Homecoming parade, the Pledge Presentation Ball, and rush. Dean Nancy Thorpe was advisor for the group in the fall. Mrs. Zoe Hess sponsored the Council. Officers forthe year were Eileen McCluskey, fall presidentg Lory Bowles, spring presidentg Pat Taylor, fall vice-presi- dentg Mary Jane McCarthy, spring vice-presi- dentg Judy Watson, secretaryg and Jamie Hobbs, treasurer. Marilyn Boullt Lory Bowles Pati Hambrick Jamie Hobbs Diane Martin Mary Jane McCarthy Suzanne McNatt Marie Simmons Georganne Spoon Pat Taylor Judy Watson En Ami Phi Mu Les Choisies Delta Zeta Les Choisies Avolonte Delta Zeta Sans Souci Sans Souci Avolonte En Ami 4. 'Pin Lf 1,2 V ' ' 527, 4 To 57 wx ti' if' dt X N l 4. T A ' 419 'KN-vhwbs.. 'W Heading the slate of Panhellenic Council officers for the spring semester were delegates Mary Jane McCarthy, vice-president, and Lory Bowles, president. LQ, N. Bill Slusser, IFC president, discusses the Council with sponsor Kent Gardner, Bryan Bishop- Miles Bryant Sidney Cohen Fred Drennan 'L E? Z ,L ,Jr K fx A Roger Farr Robert Hall Bruce Hutson Bill Jodon f 'I ' 14 be A . 5 T' Intcrfratcrnit Council Seven campus fraternities elect three rep- resentatives each to serve on the lnterfrater- nity Council. This year the group participated in rush, entered a float in the Homecoming parade, and sponsored Greek Week. As Assistant Dean of Student Life, Kent Gardner sponsors lFC. Officers for the year are Bill Slusser, presidentg David Watson, vice-president, Bruce Hutson, secretary, Bill Jodon, treasurer, and Miles Bryant, parlia- mentarian and sergeant-at-arms. Delta Tau Delta Delta Upsilon Alpha Epsilon Pi Kappa Alpha Phi Gamma Delta Kappa Sigma Phi Gamma Delta Delta Tau Delta John Lemond Larry Lewis Robert Maxwell Buddy McMahon John Nowell William Powell David Reed James Shackelford Bill Slusser Glenn Sodd Mark Smith David Watson Delta Upsilon Phi Gamma Delta Kappa Alpha Kappa Sigma Delta Tau Delta Alpha Epsilon Pi - Kappa Alpha Alpha Sigma Chi Alpha Sigma Chi Alpha Sigma Chi Delta Upsilon Kappa Sigma Smokers Acquaint Actives and Rushees ,.,-... 6 v ,gffffi A- :,,cuuufr Delt president lohn Nowell encourages Tom Shepard during rush. Kappa Alpha actives persuade rushees in their spring smoker Vicki Barker tells prospective Kappa Alpha pledges the advantages of the fraternal system during the February smoker. i , We 4' -.4 f . . Wa' , r 3 57 if? ,439 'I 31- 'kv ti, ,L if ,,f, Q, i 4 ,- me ,V M ia, vy- 12. v ff i s f, ' Q- ff?" I ,wx-.aw fvc Y nv: AQ' ' 4. , sr ' ,ri :ii ,ur :Q , .- A 4. Mrk , -M4 A ,,. "WG I 'S' .A N1 if- 2' it '7 1, i S-,..., ., g . , Q Y! I , if M5 , gt - L ,M ..v.1 , , 1 It ' I fl 4 If X K f f 5 5 5 fy . if .J ,. f1g'cgSt,5, N Miles Bryant P 'd t resi en Barbara Stuart Sweetheart X of' A X ,.. ar.L, . Harvey Atchison Gary Bargas Bob Brown ff ' 32 M' S , i t I, ta 'C ,Q ' , V I X i My ,4A., .ip -J ...I l ' Vg? by Q 1, 4 v Q .aff -V L 3 l - ,,,V f . fstw t ' -Q V S E Ywf W 'fi' W9 3 la. 5 X - 1 ,sf f ZZ f. i Q xx , Niiitif, K M .P is at f. i i 4 . , ,,- X . -. , 3 'W 'k"- ,Q , ., 'QW' S 5 i ,, 4 X K. S M A X Q ....i.,, ff , HL, X , Q it J E it Z s f ' 5' clta Upsilon Eight fall pledges and 14 actives are mem- bers of Delta Upsilon, which changed its name from Sigma Phi Beta last spring. Dean Horace Gillaspie is sponsor, and the officers are Miles Bryant, presidentg Bandy Hamilton, vice-president and pledge trainer, Larry Mc- Spadden, secretaryg Mike Hawkins, rush chairman, Harvey Atchison, sergeant-at-arms, and Mike Smith, chapter relations. Tom Caudle Randy Hamilton Jackie Steve Haston Michael Hawkins Bob Helpinstill S John A. Lemond lr. if t Larry McSpadden 5 Bill Mosher Mark Smith Robert M. Whiddon , ii Rodney Wilson ij: T: A D Af E - Delta Upsilon actives Mark Smith and Tom Donaldson meet with Barbara Stuart, their organization's sweetheart, during a rush smoker. J ipha Sigma Chi Sponsoring the Winter Olympics for the campus sororities was again one of the major activities for Alpha Sigma Chi. Alfasigs also competed in intramurals, helped build and guard the bonfire, and joined in the Campus Canto. Fifteen fall pledges and 40 members are sponsored by Dr. E. C. Bock and Ernest Leister. Among the honored Alfasigs are Robert l-lale, Johnny Rebg Jim McCoy, favorite and head cheerleaderg Bill Slusser, IFC presidentg and Doug Russell, All-American Swimmer. Officers for the five-year-old group are Jim Shackelford, presidentg Pat Childress, vice- presidentg Doug Koebernick, treasurerg and Charles Smithson, secretary. Skipper Butler John Cadena Mike Calcagno Pat Childress W' Ronnie Clay Howard Conine Barry Cremer James Shackelford President Diane Martin Sweetheart Roy Anderson Mike Barnett Steve Bowers Ni. Greg Brown Bobby Burns Royce Bush -as 1-A i .ff 1 i . if V l l I iii" ik- 'nl' ' X -va""" , V :i -i,,,I , ' A favorite undertaking of Alpha Sigma Chi is their victory wagon, which cheers on the Rebel football team with its clanging bell .Mi 2, S' , 1 Q an x QQ' ,ww :-vt , A fl, -' . il?" S412 'Ks ' 1 if I' ,,, 'l ip ,X - f . ,J , X 1 ' 'whww 7 f x .fwfgxl :I ,. QE XX f s X , N K ips Wm.. fu! Wm , L s ri 5 was is ' , W' iz.. f Q , . f 12" ww E Sponsoring Winter Olympics has its hazards for Alfasigs. Active Larry W if A like-' A .X ' 21 J. H., Wolfe was wetted and rolled in flour by competing sorority girls. in-Q UK. 'VI ai., f I4 N. ,, . H 1,1 53 t ah In Leonard Davis Jim Foster Greg Gansert Terry Gilbert James Green Robert Hale Bob Isbell David Jackson Chris Jenkins Tommy Kalan Greg Kent Gordon Kinney Keith Luft John Madden Gene Malone Jim McCoy Stan Perry Walt Robison Charles Sawyer Tom Schneider Ernie Siefert Bill Slusser Harold Smith Phil Smith Charles Smithson Glenn Sodd Flick Tripp Ricky Ward Bruce Wilson Hugh Wilson, Jr. Larry Wolfe Steve Youts Paul Zanowoak elta Tau Delta Delta Tau Delta became a national frater- nity when Sigma Delta Phi and Aegeidae merged in lvlarch, 1967. The Delts, winners of the 1967 IFC Scholarship Trophy, participated in the Campus Canto. Jan Wallace and Cliff Wood sponsor the 45 Delts and 25 fall pledges. Honored individuals include Jan Wallace, 1967 lntramural Athleteg Tom Wallace, Stu- dent Government President, and Chuck Gif- ford, cheerleader. Officers for Delta Tau Delta are John Nowell, president, Bill Jodon, vice- president, Steve Hawkins, treasurer, Jim Beggs, recording secretary, Stan Everett, corresponding secretaryg and Clark Warren, pledge trainer. Jerry Michael Corley Tom Cremer Bobert Crouch 'P Don H. Crowe Laurence J. Culling John Dillon Charles Dobbs Bill Dollar James Falls George Felix Jacque Frazell -.- Chuck Gifford Peter H. Haagen Wayne Hampton Tommy Harris Bill Hart Steve Hawkins 'Q' Terry Haynes Bruce Hill Dave Howard Charles Kenneth Huggins John Huggins Mike Jackson Bill Jodon James Livermore lrlil. lwiif lvlnrdis Dzivicl Moore Filly Moore J, C Nowell Nguyen Thi Cam Van Jerry W. Anderson Thomas Anderson Harol Armstrong Jim Beggs Brian Bibb Gene Bibb Bryan Bishop Jon Black Terry Brewer Alan Caldwell Glenn Carter Gardner Chambliss hr ,offs YW' Delts Mike Jackson Mike Thweatt Clark Warren Tommy Gremer bonfires throughout a chilly night to keep Tommy Harris and Ron Peaden huddled around several smaller from being ignited before the proper time. Ronnie Morrison Kerry E. Moseley Randy Norman Terry O'Neal Ronald D. Peaden Bryan Renfro Gary Roper Robert Sandifer Pat Anthony Shea Craig Smith Paul Stanton Phil Ste. Mario Verner Stenstrom Richard Teague Mike Thweatt Norman Tindall Roger Venable lan Wallace Michael D. Wallace Tom Wallace Myron L. Walters Clark Warren Ray Watson Weyland Wilder appa Alpha Eighteen actives and 12 fall pledges are members of Kappa Alpha. The fraternity was established two years ago as Tau Delta Tau, but became affiliated with its national organi- zation in the spring, 1967. Sponsor for the KA's is Stephen Oates. Officers of the group are Bob Maxwell, president, Frank Taylor, vice-president, Bob- by Wright, secretary, and Fred Drennan, treasurer. Eric Anderson Ralph Caraway Paul Corbitt James D. Dixson Fred Drennan James C, Henry, lll Robert Hollingsworth Bennie E. leter Steve Klepper Bobert Maxwell President Sheila Belmont Sweetheart 7 'ave' ,gif ' I L1 1 'D F KA's David Recd, Bob Maxwell, and George Fortenberry stand nearby as incoming freshmen, greet each other at the get-acquainted party. -, Kappa Alpha members standing on top of a pile of wood scraps UT Arlington Homecoming bonfire which was built mainly by on campus might be a rather unusual sight, except when the pile of wood is the fraternities and sororities. ,M Ronald Laludice John C, Marin Chris Nix Van Flay Perkins David Reed Rusty Stricker Kip Saunders John A. Trich Don T. Wilson Bobby Wright Kappa Sigma In the spring, 1967, Delta Chi Omega affil- iated with a national fraternity and became Kappa Sigma, the first national social frater- nity on campus with a full charter. Chena Gilstrap, head of the athletic department, sponsors the 44 actives and the 25 fall pledges. Group activities included a work project at the Eastern Star Home and a drive for funds to send UT Arlington athletes to the Olym- pics, Kappa Sigs also gave a symbolic owl to Chi Omega sorority at the East Texas football game and presented a new Rebel flag to the school at a home game. Honored Kappa Sigs include David Wat- son, cheerleader, IFC vice-president, and favorite, and Bob Diem, All-Southland Con- ference Guard and football co-captain. Offi- cers of the fraternity are Bob Hall, president, David Watson, grand procurator, lvlike Chris- tal, grand master of ceremonies, Dennis Rollans, grand treasurer, William Cravens, grand scribe, and Bob Diem, guard. Cindi Coulson, Kappa Sig sweetheart, assumes her other role as Miss UT Arlington in presenting Tom Wallace, student government president, with the ir.-iternitys gift to the school, a Rebel flag. Observing are co- captains Richard Norwood and Bob Diem, who is a Kappa Sig. Robert Hall President Cindi Coulson Sweetheart Bishop Allen Ronnie Appelbee Scott Barker James D. Bennett James Burger Arthur Chavoya Mike Christal William Craenns Bonnie Dungan 5-1,- Q4 David Dutton Larry Felderman David M. Gilstrap Arthur L. Griffin Richard Hoeckendorf Mike Lamp Richard Lang Rex Lollar lerry Paul Lowe Arthur Luis, ll it-1 QQ WL Reverend Fillmore James and '43 S F1 fl the Swingin Flames entertained for an enthusiastic Kappa Sig rush party crowd at Angelo'sa kv. 'H'-1 fx -8 K' it fa Q'-vt Monte McCormick Jerry McGill Buddy McMahon John S. Meade Gary Moore John Morawski Frank Murtagh Gary Newsom Don O'Day Robert W. Pederson Len Pennock Robert C. Pitchford Richard Prince Bill Prikryl Jimmy Pritchett Edward C Reeves Tom Roeber Dennis Leon Rollans Bill Saunders Michael Scott Frank Smarzik Jim Spalding John Stewart John L. Towery Ronnie Walton David Watson Charles Welch Tim Williams P i Gamma Delta Affiliation with an international fraternity in March, 1966, changed the name of Chi Chi Chi to Phi Gamma Delta. The Fijis continued sponsorship of the Old South Hat Grab and ioined with a sorority in a Christmas party and an Easter egg hunt for Lena Pope Home. The group, sponsored by Dr. Glen Bodgers, added 19 pledges to its 44 actives in fall rush. Individual honors go to Gerald Baker, Avo- lonte beau, Scott Taylor, cheerleader and favoriteg and Bruce l-lutson, IFC secretary, Officers are Gerald Baker, president, Bob l-lackler, treasurer, Barty Boydston, recording secretary, Curt Whitesel, corresponding sec- retary, and Burl Brown, historian. Gerald Baker President Doug Amlin P Q... Monty Anderson Rodney Barber Richard Bates Barty Boydston Cary Scott Bradford Burl C. Brown Fill ineinlnort, Mike Wallace, Mike Smith, and Burl Brown compete in a mass calf-roping event during the 7967 Western Day activities fi w tw!-,...:2' at 1 gg if V x sf X 'H it Q Q- S at 5 T , in as , X Wx, u , , ' N S L i , it E X fe , km 0 -.w,,,,,A , f Y , t . YLUL ND A Fililand photo was presented as part of a freshman orientation table decoration, f' Gaylon Brown W X Don Cleveland Richard Lee Coke X7 Guy Davis Roger Farr RU' 'T Gary Freer Chris Gray 2' Walt Hammond wi-, Lee Harmon "IT'F Andy Hemphill Bruce Hutson lerry Johnson Randall Kildow Larry Lewis Cordell Moore lohn Morosco Roger O'Rear Robert Overton Frank Prochaska Steve Roe Charley Scott Johnny Shear Michael Smith Pat Smith Charlie Soladay Mike Stamps Scott C. Taylor Mike Wallace Wes West Robert Curtis Whitesel volontc Oldest club on campus is Avolonte, estab- lished as the BOB Club in 1923. With Mrs. Bertie Acker and Mrs. Elizabeth Banowsky as sponsors, the Avos provided food and enter- tainment for fraternities guarding the bonfire, helped support an orphan, modeled in an alumnae fashion show charity project, and joined other campus groups in a program for the Terrill Mental Institute. Among the 28 actives and 13 pledges, Susie Wine was named cheerleader, favorite, and Jody sweetheart, Cindy Sabatucci was ROTC sweetheart and favorite: Linda Mc- Donald, majorette and ROTC Band sweet- heart, Cindy Hall, Trinity Dorm sweetheart, Jeri Mahan, Reveille Beauty, Rat Cloughly, ROTC sweetheartg Cindy Richey, Pi Sigma Epsilon sweetheart, Mary Ellen Welles, Little Miss Egypt, and lorja Jackson, Miss Dixie Belle. Officers are Dana Ascue, president, Karen Garner, vice-presidentg Rat Taylor, treasurerg lane Loiry, secretary, Becky Connatser, sec- retary, Micki Key, parliamentariang lorja lack- son, song teacherg and Sherra Rayfield, art chairman. Sherry Cantrell Pat Cloughly Rebecca Connatser Ann Dalley D'anna Dana Susan Davis Emily Emerson Karen Garner Cindy Hall Linda Hicks Sondra Hill Susan Hoffman Dana Ascue President Gerald Baker sa- Beau Mix A . ff X ' P ix T A x V I 5 l Q 1 ' fi' ,gg ' Q55 ,Q 1' If S, , , qw " ff, - '7 .Y M I' L ifksi - I -QXL Q A -Q ' Q c I 5 E1 l Q 1 X V . iii - ' A .R hx R W f.t"Q7, 'nj' 2 ,ff A ff' at-if If X - ki . x 1 -Z 'ki fl W ' ADJ T s gl .5 . ,-L1 fi . ' if ,K lhihxxi' ff EW?- Y lll.l'17 iii 11 i 1 Avolonte pledges dressed as nursery rhyme characters for the Home- Connatser, recording secretary, Pat Taylor, treasurer, Dana Ascue COFTHUQ Deradc Riding in front in the convertible are officers Becky presidentq and Jane Loiry, corresponding secretary. - .., Q ' Lx: Y 5 Q3 V M 4 ' U Q45 ' 'HE ' i gf ,QE f ax , get 52 1 if .. Qi W Aa: C-432 'ffm Myriam Hubbard Patti Huitt lorja Jackson Sharon Jones Miki Key Brenda Locker 141'- whim vu. 'Q' 4 f ,Q f T291 ,.e::xff2":,, .' , 1 I A T 4 U , ,V",.1 3 ' y I . Q .,.1. f .:.,,.,. , ai , , W Q Jane Loiry I . a:AA S J 'M' it Sue Luck 6 , ,J A "Q' it cl i . 2 ,1 C 36, i 'aj E if 1:1 -ak so ' l l V , N' f' ,L l X r , my Sheila Lynch Mary lane McCarthy J . f 3, ., - iv . ,iffy 7' 5 y ,--'Z N D K7 2 ff A ':" if -, M i W , .-, QQ, Linda MacDonald 4 is a , f 1 H " Jeri Mahan V A A ' Kathy Meyer Harriet Morgan -- ..1 W b P Q y 6 bf Mary Jane McCarthy makes last-minute adjustments to the toga of Emily wel' X Emerson for the Winter Olympics toga event. Avolonte placed first. ' ,J W 5 -A Q, ' Lauran Payne 'Z 1" an " " Wendy Pickens ' E1 if an , t- I' ' f 'jig , 'K Sherra Flayfield y, , q"YxV 4. ig, A Jackie Richardson 1 l S 'f i ' " ' lu Cindy Flichey WA, ' . ,. fx - Q. 2 l i tt . Q Carlene Rice , , ' i- ' , , if r 2 . yi S, , ' , i XE A ,Q Q if i S fm' 5 ' Cindy Sabatucci 1 Q., Dawn Stewart , W 4 5 f I-I Pat Taylor ' -v 1 5, a-4 Mary Ellen Wells S , 'M Susie Wine 5 wr, f Becky Wood .. sf. S H lu ' 59 Delta Zeta Formerly Zongola, Delta Zeta affiliated with the nation's largest sorority in number of chapters in the spring, 1967. The group began its first full year under that name with 35 ac- tive members and seven pledges. Sponsored by Dr. Mary Lee Alford, DZ's participated in the APO show at Terrell and organized a gift lift to Viet Nam. The girls also competed in intramurals, Winter Olympics, and the Old South Days festivities. Members with campus honors include loyce Watters, Brazos House sweetheart, and lamie Hobbs, Panhellenic treasurer. Offi- cers for the year are Dorothy Smith, presi- dentg Annabelle Corboy, vice-president, rush chairman, Toni Hart, vice-president, pledge training, Ann Price, treasurer, Linda Dodgen, loy Aldridge Terri Alford Helen Yvonne Ashmore lo Dora Baird Frankie Carrell Vicky Coffin Dorothy Smith President Tom Shepard Beau 1 rf' is r I i 3 if 5 . fl 131. Zyl A ,. Q , 46 ,xr ee L lt' Q l 1 corresponding secretary, Terri Alford, record- V is X7 J :J 5 T M ,Z 8 i ' t ' ex 'xi . LW., .A L, 1 ing secretary, and Joyce Watters, historian. Annabelle Corboy Q Ginger Dean Linda Dodgen Sharon Dyer Karen Emmons Leuna Gilbert Antoinette Hart lamie Hobbs Kay Huggins Laurie Innes Carolyn Lancaster Lynda Mayfield Suzanna McNatt Peggy Miller Dinah Norton Martha Corboy Phyllis Jeanne Davis ,. 12 A rt "' 5 ft, xx t, ff 3 , ,al i ai I . i 5-V9 - .-N 4 ex' T 'K x. A ,, , go' ,bf Ytffx azz villain t 1 ,tt ,L at it fi ttwirts f If ' T 1 4 5 Martha Corboy, a Delta Zeta active, bobs for the elusive apple in a tub of water for the jousting event of the Winter Olympics. WV sei. ileatiww wi Ra 4 ff 5 X -:ia-3 l A' l ,. ' A , l 'N ' .mg We N- ., , i f" , .1 if -. K' 4 ' JG s."P 'eq nv ....- . 'QA A W 59 ff? i r , f 1? N A t.. X ,, YN , , - ff , KN 9f?'wn f lrmtg, 5" H 11. " N "' 1 I if 5 q W4 In 'X ' 1' A wg, 21 I4 ff gd? iw A F S' I i 'i i i . 3 . 5 ' iw rv if ',AA ,Q , is 31- E A r E At the installation of the DZ chapter on campus November ii, Mrs. Betty A Agler, national president, pins the local president, Dorothy Smith. G+' it i sf I izl, 5 1 V if at 1 , ff 5 " E 1 . ' Qs X-- ,. , ,t r l Jamie Hobbs, Kay Huggins, Pat Sodd, Peggy Miller, and Ann Price gather in preparation for a round of fall rush parties to interest prospective sorority sisters. A Elaine Pehkonen Margaret Petit Ann Price Cyndi Satfarrans Toni Schneider Rosanne Sherrill Jeanie Smith Pat Sodd Roberta Swain Patti Tilson Joyce Walters Peggy Widaman Marti Atkerson lenny Baker Tina Barnett lohnnie Lou Barton Susan Behnke Moonyean Beil Kathi Bomar Marilyn Boullt Sharon Camp Candy Carter Sharon Davis loan Dawson Elizabeth Einhaus Susan Elder Linda Garza Linda Hamilton lanet Hardin lan Hart Cathi Hickman Linda Knowles Beth Morelan Barbara Morris lane Neeley Sylvia Ramsey Barbara Fieed Becky Reed Paula Shallcross Sally Soldo loan Stott lvanka Taborsky Peggy Van Dorn Delores Vargas ludy Lynn Watson Barbara lean Williams Martha Wolfskill r ,ai 1' 'Qi or f. gf il s v If s -"- ,. rag 1 'f f f - A 1 ' 1 ' 141 ,H v- i a 1' M S -fr' Zi.. j - f' Knut 1 ., 2222 7 34 j X 5 I SJVAN Ann Reagan President lim Foster Beau Sherry Allen if r it Se 4 L V' Wy, S 'fx Q1 X' 'J' fl ll 7 wir e , 02 'A x .., , 2 " wp x , t bl, nr. . S 35 W .LS-v 'K r rf - 5 I 2 wow? 1 25911 61 Sv f 'Qs- . ' 1 ' L 1. The En Ami pledge class boosted pep rally enthusiasm with their spirit sign, 'ET Ml '1 Wt'--"1 T77 5- - uhh Q A. I X Q ""'L A .f - 3 ,I . gs g X X ,Q lg A , ' gh ' t . ,af V n Ami 'T-f' it Capturing first place honors for the 1967 Winter Olympics was En Ami, which had also placed first in the Old South Games and won the Scholarship Award the previous year After fall rush, 10 pledges joined the 28 ac tives under the sponsorship of Mrs. Lil Wil Iiamson and Mrs. Ernestine Sewell. Individually, Susan Behnke was honored as an BOTC sweetheart, Linda Hamilton as an BOTC sweetheart and 1966 Corps Sweet heartg lan Hart as a Beveille Beauty, and Sally Soldo as cheerleader, favorite an BOTC sweetheart, and runner-up in the Na tional Cheerleader Contest. En Ami officers are Ann Reagan, presidentg lvanka Taborsky first vice-president, Tina Barnett, second vice-presidentg Peggy Van Dorn, secretary and Sharon Camp, treasurer. A flashy fire engine carried red and white Laceys through the Homecoming parade. Vickii Henchcliffe President Don Frost Beau Jamie Bodiford Q..-v Les Choisies Actives of Les Choisies worked with alumnae in providing Viet Nam Christmas packages this year. These 29 and 10 fall pledges are sponsored by Miss Delores Hold- er and Mrs. Vicki Huebner. Laceys honored on campus include Cindi Coulson, Miss UT Arlington and Kappa Sigma sweetheart, Paddy Byrd, cheerleaderg Sandra Griffin, cheerleader and Fieveille Beautyg Diane Martin, Best-Dressed Coed, 1966, and Alpha Sigma Chi sweetheart, Barbara Stuart, Fleveille Beauty, Miss Waxahachie, and Delta Upsiloh sweetheart, Mary Huebner, Alpha Phi Omega sweetheart, and Melanie Wood, Fleveille Beauty. Officers of Les Choisies are Vickii Hench- clitfe, president, Mary Huebner, vice-presi- dentg Linda Ovrick, secretary, Cheryl Zelt, treasurer, and Sherry Furgeson and Sue Watson, pledge trainers. Pam Bodiford Paddy Byrd Dianne Carson Helen Cochran Cindi Coulson Nancy Cox Dixie Dunbar Sherry Furgeson Sandra Gregg Sandra Griffin -Q-Q, Pati Hambrick Flo Hopkins Mary Huebner Susan Huff Pam Joyce Janice Latham Linda Long Diane Martin Sally McClure Frances Miller Pat Morey gi Linda Ovrick ' Nancy Ovrick 1 5- Karen Payne 4, 5' Barbara Pitney 2 X Nancy Rogers Sue Scanlan Jan Sherrod Merrilee Smith Shari Smith , 'S Barbara Stuart 'N Karen Voss . Sue Watson Q Melanie Wood Cheryl Zelt hi Mu First national sorority to come to the UT Arlington campus was Phi Mu, which incor- porated the locals Karuso Pteros and Koshari and formed a colony in April, 1967. Spon- sored by Mrs. M. C. Hamilton, the 27 mem- bers have a Blood Bank as a campus project and the SS Hope hospital ship as their na- tional philanthropy. They also give scholar- ships and loans. Distinguished Phi Mus include Lory Bowles, Beveille Beauty, BOTC sweetheart, and Civil Engineering sweetheartg Karen Pollard, head majoretteg and Eileen McCluskey, Panhellenic president. Officers for the sorority are Mary Ellen Venturi, president, Susan Franklin, vice- president, Pat McGuire, secretary, Kathy Gibbs, treasurer, Cathie Sue Wincovitch, membership director, and Jean Crist, pledge director. ZS 5 'NJ Placing fourth as the Phi Mu entries in the Winter Olympics ice cream event, Frieda Turrentine feeds a pint of chocolate ice cream to Sylvia Lawton. Both wore blindfolds. Mary Ellen Venturi ,N Y., f President Fiandy Hamilton 4 Beau 11. X QQ Lory Bowles V " ..f 5 Ann Clark NK Debbe Crayton ff' f fi- " 4 it ' 1 59 2' ts lean Crist Susan Franklin Mary Gann M tb Sharleen Gedeon 1 fv Kathy Gibbs 1 F Sandy Grider ,,,, 2 T5 5-' F if-A LOL, ,aa is Betty Hailey 7' 'T Freda Jones ,Ei .- Sylvia Lawton + V ' Q ' . 1, 4: ee f sf, .... .1 Sally Ann Lee -' Marti Maben Sunnye Martin ,,,, M Q .x 4, in 'X 9x all Pat McGuire Melanie Meier Terre Miner Paula Miner Jayne Morrell Freida Turrentine Karen Pollard Diann Roberts Cathie Sue Wincovitch q-- , i l T fn 7-x Sans So uci Dick Hill Beau Activities of Sans Souci included an Easter egg hunt for Lena Pope Home and sending packages to boys in Viet Nam. Miss lean Youngblood and Mrs. Mary Spoon sponsor the 44-year-old sorority. Soucis honored on Linda Atkins campus include Terry Bittner, Reveille beautyg Robin Austin Vicki Barker, favoriteg Linda Atkins, Reveille , beauty and favorite, and Van Nguyen, Delta Tau Delta sweetheart, ' lan Ammons 552' , .,,A A if 3 x wh... A f T fl Jerry Barfield Si ' Nh K, M " Vicki Barker M I 4'9" QM T Carla Benson 4' a W M , fa- f W' Q, ' - YN' ff 'Ney JN- -'RS Lynne Bishop 7 fl Terry Bittner K A T 1 Mary Jeanne Black Rosanne Bobbitt .41 . 33g , g f o f Z., 1 ludy Cagle I if 7 ullgl ,j .'.J . VV , Sandra Cate ii 71 9 5 V t g Linda Chamberlin f ig-3, ,L lune Cheatham ' S 1 Cynthia Clouse Sharon Copeland Ronda Cox Q W I V gV'a" A "Tift Linda Dempsey ff f 1 1a:'i I Dora Duncan '26 79 Tresa Edington at la L-V , Marilyn Felker i e, K N ., W l I F d W 3 Nitgrgattzbgs H ' Rosanne Heinze ,Zin mt Diane Hooten , -,., 1 .t Al X Haven e X -il' ,, 5 y' .X R Ko Kaemper D ,,,. 'uf' , f WX ' Deborah Kraus ,,g, , T Susan Meinke f N S f Merry Montgomery Gloria Myers -,-- Van Nguyen ' f f Luana Nicholson , T . Q Lynn Petrelli ' - ' f Linda Ranney Beverly Riggall , Cindy Roberts Shari Schick Q? J f as ? at S . K., , Jil? 9 Y x 1 "" we :I 65" " ' Q?"-v 3 ' ls ' a.ii A ,I ,,,,. i . t B Marie Simmons W ,L i Georganne Spoon 'W , , , ., ,- H S Rita Thornton , "" gg, 11-' ' , gag, :L -5 Pam Weatherall X Sharon Williams Brenda Worsham IA l Soucis Robin Austin, Joy Worsham, Pam Weatherall, Linda Dempsey, and Rita Thornton back the Rebs in the November Homecoming parade. Ron Albertson Ron Allen lim Atkins lames Baker Ralph Baldridge Mark Biebighauser Wylie Lane Bradford David Brown Bruce Buckner Gardner Chambliss William H. Clayton, lr, lohn Cochran Bill Conner Glenn Day Y' ""'Y lohn Derr Dennis Duke Randall Evans Paul Flohr Skip Graves Jim Hampton David Harmon Loren Hart Roger Hoppe Robert Kirby George Lawton ,,,, Larry Minter Dwight Mitchell ,bg Kerry Moseley I Alpha Phi mega Since the spring, 1964, Alpha Phi Omega has been established on campus as a na- tional service fraternity. Twenty-five actives and 21 pledges are sponsored by Dean Char- les McDowell, Elwood Preiss, Harry Meissner, Dr. Floyd Cash, and Dr. Allen Saxe. All col- lege men who have a desire to provide serv- ice to their chapter, campus, community, and nation are eligible for membership. A Phi O's maintain campus services in the forms of a book and slide rule registration, ramps for the handicapped students, and a ride board in the student center. Sponsoring an annual talent show for retarded children or mental patients and the initiation of the Beauty and the Beast Contest are two other major undertakings of the group. Honors held by A Phi O's include Glenn Day, Student Activities Board president, and Chuck Gifford, cheerleader. Fraternity offi- cers are LeRoy Garcia, president, Larry Min- ter, first vice-president, Kerry Moseley, sec- ond vice-president, lim Hampton, treasurer, Cecil Brewer, corresponding secretary, and Dana Rltfllqllilll recording secretary. LeRoy Garcia President Mary Huebner Sweetheart 73? if 1 Wd Saved from villainous Bruce Buckner, Paul Flohr and Mark Biebighauser hail "Alpha Ace," Fred Parker, in an A Phi O-sponsored program at Terrill, .Il VM'- -s- itil A Phi O's Waymon Chunn and Frank Martinez undertook a bicycle trip to Trinity University in San Antonio to boost game spirit. WL., it WYT7 'ah L59 'Et A, W Donald Park Fred Parker David Peterson David Pinson Dana Flittiman Ronald Rockwood Ken Sargent Chuck Sokol Don Stantield Michael Story Ted Trept Dale Williams 'V AA I M77 1 M nn.. Chauffering their fraternity sweetheart, A Phi O's LeRoy Garc Duke present Mary Huebner during the Homecoming parade. ia and Dennis Ronald Booth Jerry Brooks Andy Bryan Rob Buchanan Johnny Chaloupka Lonnie Chunn Danny Copeland James Covington Walter Donalson John M Trapani, lll President clta Sigma i On campus since 1965, Delta Sigma Pi added 19 pledges to its 21 active members this fall. The fraternity conducts a profession- al program which hosts leading business ex- ecutives as guest speakers at informal meet- ings, and also hosts a social program in cor- relation with its professional endeavors. ln 1967 Delta Sigs won first place trophy in the Dixie Olympics, claimed the first place Chapter Efficiency Index Award, and received a Civic Improvement Award from the city of Arlington. Among the honored members of Delta Sigma Pi are Johnny Chaloupka, Distin- guished Military Student Award, Danny Cope- land, ROTC company commander, and Shel- don Gerron, ROTC company executive offi- cer. Officers of the group are John M. Trap- ani, lll, president, Johnny Chaloupka, senior vice-president, Andrew T. Bryan, vice-presi- dent, Sid Curry, secretary, Roger lvl. Floyd. treasurer, Danny Helms, historian, and Walter Donaldson, chancellor. James F, Cook is sponsor. Suzanne Duckett is sweetheart, Z7 u 'F ll fV l-'dll l-ion, dean of the school of business, accepts an award school year. Ben Wolfenburger, executive national secretary, and John li l y i 1- iii Mn chapter for its outstanding program for the 7966 Trapani, local president, presented the award. Lory Bowles, a former sweetheart of Delta Sigma Pl, rldes the lraternftys prfze-winning float A Student Actlvities Board representative presents the Grand Marshalls Award for the most outstandlng l-lomecomlng float to John Trapani, Delta Sigma Pl presldent, and Jerry Brooks, float dlrector 'Riff' Roger Floyd Sheldon Gerron Charles Hatcher Danny Helms lohn Loftis Steve Lutz Ron Parham Bill Tucker Pi Sigma Epsilon Oldest national fraternity on campus is Pi Sigma Epsilon, which is sponsored by the Fort Worth Sales and Marketing Executives. Established here in 1962, the group now has 18 members and nine fall pledges. Pi Sigs this year sponsored a speech by l. Lee lohn- son, lll, entered a float in the Homecoming parade, sent a delegation to the national con- vention in Atlanta, and engaged in various sales projects. Sponsors for the group are Wayne Lucus and Burley Walker. Officers are Fred Dobbs. president, Ed Hopkins, vice-president, Robert Flaherty, secretary, Dennis Keating, treasur- er, Nick Hays, sergeant-at-arms, Al Garza, speakers chairmang and Carl Busbee, special events chairman. Nick Hays Monty Heying 1, Fred Dobbs President Vicki Barker Sweetheart Cindy Richey Sweetheart Leroy Bouldin Carl Busbee lohn Dobbs Robert Flaherty Jerry Franklin Ronnie Freeman Al Garza Robert Gnuse Gary Gresham LN, f-Q gk 1+ 4: 1:1 5' ur-"' pm .QL Alden Pitman Bill Quarles Gene Walton Tj' " i-R zz- wr'vY SNP BUTLER LIVED lltllt SHQE AND TAUGHT HIS HDUSE TO kick Pitta sox-xts Too,l4, hh ' ' ' K . . 'A . , Mirlitr miiiltf Htfying animates the Pi Sig's Homecoming float, actives and pledges earned the project the title of "Most,Beautiful l 111 l i flii- l',lfi7 pledge class Thirty-six hours of effort by the and a trophy in the pre-game competition. J ,V i' if JF Mxrxly ijgwg -1-'-A l 1 K AR M R 0 C U' ' K' ,tl 485' , F ! Q' 15 ,f ,,,- i R, ur ' Y x 2 FICE ,nf- x', 0 g - 1wg.,W,-5. . ' LL. A -" is-4 x s ' JH. "'1'P"1," I TENT' ix ' 3. N1 Vw vw- 'S N me-1 JT NLM- ' .X v.-,E FL? . NNN 'I rbrs mf Htl!! ""rv-we-+ I 'Xb Cadets surround Jimmy Durante after a Miss Teenage America Pageant rehearsal at which the boys served as the candidates' escorts. Seniors CICPT Chuck Hutchison, CXCPT David Skipper, CXMAJ John Chaloupka, and CILT COL Tommy Thompson discuss their appointment as ROTC Distinguished Military Students. f EQSPX' sift " Nap fJ.l . 'f -1 x ,1 ' f - ,x Y I y 4- ' , ,, ga 6 t, 1 'S Militar Training repares Cadets With a new patch to match a new campus name, the UT Arlington Fleserve Officer Train- ing Corps increased their program to include the additional responsibilities of a larger school. Learning leadership techniques in ex- ercising command enables the cadets to earn commissions as Second Lieutenants in the U.S. Army Reserve upon graduation. Student cadets also attend drills each week, as well as classes in history and law, administration, and logistics. Both two-year and four-year courses are available to students, with attendance at sum- mer camps a requirement for each. Four-year cadets are required to attend camp, held at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, this year, the summer before their senior year, while two-year cadets must attend a camp before both their junior and their senior years. Extracurricular activi- ties such as the Sam Houston Rifles Drill Team, the Insurgent Team, the Pistol Team, and the Flifle Team are also available for in- terested cadets with a 1.0 grade point ratio. 7 '90-YG X, Third-year sweetheart Susan Behnke, of Pistol Team, pins on CIMA! David Anderson's Flight Wings alter the November Fall Awards Ceremony. X Insurgent Team member Earnest Tebay applies camouflage makeup to Bob lVlcClesky before one of the many IT tactical maneuvers held during the year. The Sam Houston Rifles Drill Team begin their season of performances by leading the October Tyler Rose Festival Parade, E i i l Linda Toone of the lnsurgent Team ex- IWW- claims in surprise at her election as Corps Sweetheart, and then smiles in delight from her throne as Battalion Commander CXLT COL Tommy Thomp- son awards her the sweetheart's bouquet 19 'U'- .M I it 1 ff E V V' .i I i E , C 5' in 4 bfr, 41-C 1. . bin, 5M5,.l I xx N elif' R " -'ar , v I Cadets and their dates dance to the swinging music of the Roy Huff Band Lt. Col. Eugene Shea and President lack Wolfe greet guests in the military receiving line Senior CXILT Doug Sword and his date Freida Turrentine enjoy the beauty of the goldfish pond as they cross the wooden bridge at the 1967 Military Ball. .Miz Lory Bowles from "B" Company, named Deputy Corps Sweetheart, turns to hug Cindy Sabatucci, Corps Sweetheart Announced at Ball Over 150 cadets and their dates attended the 1967 Military Ball. With a theme of "Holi- day in Europe," the decorations supplied by the Officers Club included a drawing of the Eiffel Tower and a garden scene, a bridge and pond with goldfish, a replica of the British guard house, and a huge chandelier. The Floy l-luff Band from Dallas supplied music for dancing, and refreshments were also avail- able. The new professor of military science, Lt, Col. Eugene A. Shea, received his first chance to meet the cadets at the December 9 ball. l-laving served in lapan, Europe, Korea, and Viet Nam, Lt. Col. Shea replaced Major Mark L. Beese who resumed his position as execu- tive officer and associate professor of the department. The highlight of the evening was the an- nouncement of the Corps Sweetheart, Linda Toone from the Insurgent Team, and the Dep- uty Corps Sweetheart, Lory Bowles of "B" Company. The girls were elected by the 300 cadets of the corps. Qhtpiet x ig One of the 750 cadets attending the ball watches as his date chooses a souvenir of Chanel No. 5, Arpege, or My Sin perfume provided by the Officers Club. .H:- k 'L 1 1-..,.... IJ .L , 5 76 COLOR GUARD, Carson, Morrow, Sterling, Sexton. BATTALION COMMANDER TOMMY THOMPSON SVVEETHEART PAT CLOUGHLY Battalion Staff W N BATTALION STAVF FRONT ROVV Thompson. Clouglvly, Anderson SECOND ROW, Skipper, Shepperd. Cnaloupkfs, Mofoskv. Zavala. Caldwell fficers Club OFFICERS CLUB, FRONT ROW: Sabatuccr, Hamilton, Bowles, Bell, Morrosky, Brown, Robb, Chaloupka, Sampson, FOURTH ROW: Soren Behnke, Cloughly. SECOND ROW: Huguley, Shepperd, Hutchison, enson, Oerron, Skfpper, Leavell, Copeland, Davrs, Salmeron Thompson, Evans, Zavala, Fltzpatrrck, THIRD ROW: Windham, Games, on-Commissioned Officers Club NCO CLUB. FRONT ROW: Jackson, Stevens, Muetzenberg, Holmes, Hennlg, Bush, Walker, Sessom, Cooper, Dorrrs, Wampler, Grrmes Ansley, Bower, Weir, Caldwell, Campos, Cox. SECOND ROW: Weldon, Dobbs, DeFrank, Hall, Henderson FOURTH ROW: Crews, Owen, Sell Woodruff, Futch, Wrnter, Morris, Wyatt, Axley, Jones, Ertresvaag, Hend- he-rmer, Ward, Brown, Ward, Moon, Sadler, Schulz, McClesky, Wrble rrckson, Cook, Ward, Bradley, Smith, Martrn, THIRD ROW: Gerser, Bird, Morrow. Evans 78 ' nsurgent Team In its fifth year on campus, the Insurgent Team is now composed of I2 members and 28 recruits. Sponsored by Major Billy Keyes, classes are held to instruct the new members in fundamental insurgency tactics, after which all IT members participate in an actual field problem. During Saturday morning field prob- Iems in the fall, the UT Arlington Insurgent Team was observed by members of the Texas Tech IT. IT members from here then went to observe the Texas Tech team in action. Later in the year the UT Arlington team participated in a tactical problem with the TCU Insurgent Team. Field problems were held at Randol Mill Park or in the Greater Southwest Inter- national Area under all weather conditions. f- f , ,ve ffgqfg' 'Sq nv .-' ,ff , 1 5 , W! Q-,,, ,., 'Q M , bmw, 7- - i g ,L . is ag r- F 2,1 an '. - , 'rs I 'f lf . I 1 1' 2 KT 'P'svWi5?lEfvft 335' iw 1 .. 'r--'. ,ff re ,f sw. :Ha I, tt ,I i J ,. J, 4 .3 , , K, My git ga q,,,..,,nf?':7.,i.R W ,.,,,,,M , ' I. 1 ,f Q. ' ,ff I 4 I. HH ' gf: we 'Q' ft ,fl f F ay ,I ..,X gig , W, ff? 'W-. ' Wi , , .4 1 ,M Lt, tg, 1 ,. ,, A ,,,,,,.1--, ,, 'f ' , ' L. " .4 5- Q39 4 1 " , 1 ' NS-+9 . 3 I. 'M I- rs if' 5 1 L ,Y V ,ggi-A t.gt'f t., f R . g - r f Rn 4 V334 glffasx . 5 . . , I , f-,i .N-W, I 1 . , , s my ,I I Q-3. .... X? 'gy If I I 3 tx, " 'a Q . tw WMP' We My CAPTAIN WALTER MOROSKY Insurgent Team member Martin Woodruff captures enemy aggressor Dale Sadler, SWEETHEART LINDA TOONE INSURCENT TEAM, FRONT ROW: I-luguley, Evans, Weir, Morosky, THIRD ROW: Ward, Brown, Skaggs. Tebay, McCIeskey, Lawton Toone, Skipper, Hendrickson, Owen, Ansley. SECOND ROW: Brox- Ward, Guertz, Burt, Risner. FOURTH ROW Morris, Dorris, Klenzendorf son, Geiser, Wampler, Weldon, Woodruff, Rainone, Seilheimer, Shires. Allen, Norton, Ernpey, Dancses. I-Iarpster, Oingderfl . 1 JODIES. KNEELING: Smith, Ellis, Holmes, Parker, Zavala, Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Estall, Stevens, Barrett, Baldwin, Spurlock, Cooper SECOND ROW: Mahoney, Cox, Wine, Leavell, Thompson fadvisorj. Sexton. FlF'l'H ROW: McLeland, Stevens, Reed, Smithee, Vaughan THIRD ROW: Sterling, Morrow, Alexander, Wright, Carson, Beck. Johnson. Hi .,,,... WW CAPTAIN JERRY COX SWEETHEART SUSIE WINE Sam Houston Rifles Distinguished by its black and gold cord and white accessories, the Sam Houston Rifles Drill Team is now in its 35th year on campus. In the past 35 years, the Sam Hous- ton Rifles have participated in 204 competi- tions of which 202 have been first place wins and the other two second place wins. To maintain their Fourth Army Drill Team Cham- pionship, the lodies traveled to the Annual Houston Drill Team Competition, Washing- ton's Birthday Celebration in Laredo, Texas ASM Competition in Bryan, San Antonio Fiesta Flambeau, and the Washington Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington state. The lodies also sponsored the Fourth Army High School Drill Team Competition and partici- pated in several parades. The lodie Confed- erate salute originated by this team has be- come a tradition at all UT Arlington football games. lodies practice fancy drill before beginning Texas ASM Competition in Bryan uk fd.-5 'I U' FHFLE TEAM. FRONT ROW: Bassham, Dawson, Bell, Cranford Austin SECOND HOW Walters Dances SSG Perkins, York, ludd, iflc Team Sponsored by SFC l. W. Sawyer, the UT Arlington Rifle Team added championship trophies from the Central Texas Conference, the UT Arlington Invitational, and the UT Austin Invitational to their collection this fall. Averaging three matches a month, the team placed in the top three in each competition. All-American rifleman Lanny Bassham, elected captain of the team, continued to rank among the top ten college riflemen across the nation. 1 .-.1,.,-JEFF -. ' xa- - 4 r. . . fn Mickey Austin lpronej Dan Dawson Ckneelingj, and All-American rifleman Lanny CAPTAIN LANNY BASSHAM Bassharn lst indingj fire practice rounds at the ROTC Rifle Range. SWEETHEART pAT BELL Pistol Team With equipment furnished by the govern- ment, the UT Arlington Pistol Team is now in its eighth year on campus. SSG Bobby C. Henry, in his first year here, is advisor to the group. During practice each Wednesday and Friday afternoons, the active members in- struct the recruits in competition require- ments and techniques. page PISTOL TEAM FRONT ROW SSG Henry Hennig Behnke, Kisinger. McCall Ward SECOND ROW Bivins Coach Wood Coach Jones, .QM AG ll Z Q "A" COMPANY. FRONT ROW: Hamilton, Sword, North, Brown, Gaines, Davis, lacobs, Norton. SECOND ROW: Futch, Risner, Looney, Sadler, Barr, Berry, Bassham, Muetzenberg, Hollingsworth. THIRD ROW: Hill, Ward, Cain, Phelps, Wood, Sessom, Dobbs, Oringderff, Broxson, FOURTH ROW: Wynns, Wihle, Bush, Britton, Skaggs, Switt. Wilkes, Mozisek, Tannahill. FIFTH ROW: Dortch, Evans, Fenner, Key, Bradley, Russell, Satcher, Caudill, Brazel. SIXTH ROW: Peoples. Hall, Dawson, Boynton, Lawton, Ladd, Klutz, Kilmer, Schulz. SEVENTH ROW: Norris, Ertresvaag, Young, Oliphant, Dunn, Estes, Koos. Klenzendorf, Ray, Johnson. Pat Cloughly chats with Lonny Johnson and Dana Futch of "Alpha" Company at the October 10 reception held to elect the ROTC sweethearts. ompan I: 'X 4n....... ,W 14' - 'UQM-Hv-naarmggqgmW,W.,3.umN Q 'I ..m.ifm,,f., . X I, ., ,A 5 SWEETHEART LINDA HAMILTON COMPANY COMMANDER DAVID GAINES 4 I r I if I 'A , . , fn I4 Tfmkfrgr x , 'S- X X8 MBU Compan JN' I 1' 1' 4 9 f . ff' -t. l i 6" K 8 Q x. ,W QmtH""'f" , N- Y' s , an 4 N ." .x' -XX .N N ., . B B 8 X 'f' SWEETHEART LORY BOWLES "Bravo" Company Platoon Sgt. Larry Weir oversees distribution ot weapons COMPANY COMMANDER CHUCK HUTCHISCN for corps drill held Thursday afternoons south of the campus. "B" COMPANY. FRONT ROW: Bowles, Huguley, Gerron, Sorenson, Hutchinson, Robb, Wyatt, Adams. SECOND ROW: Brown, Smith, Smith, Pouzar, Meza, Shires, Campbell, Robertson, Bennett, Ansley. THIRD ROW: Coleman, Dudley, Ray, Crews, Burt, Massey, Demory, Tully, Maynord, Malone. FOURTH ROW: Riel, Eaton, Bivins, Rainone, Johan- nesen, Baack, Chapman, Johnson, Nolan, Powell. FlFTH ROW: Winter Wright, Kaster, Bridges, Smith, Cook, Hudson, Jones, Dorris, Walker SIXTH ROW: Weir, Amason, Ruhmann Branham, Futch, Cowan, Allen Wright, Siefert. SEVENTH ROW: Axley, Pennington, Caperton, Stovall Culling, Morris, Spurlock, Cooper, Johnson. r r as .Ji fi -,Aggief 1- ,Lv ., i I , ix jf CCC" Company tefa5i:'G3'f, "Y 9 LQ 4 1 t K , g, 71 4 H i 7 fi- .f',,LJ,n 1- ff:-v ' iii ,, gr, Iv"5Qj,, .1-' V' . . 9'.f'i"' K i hiv-9 :JP '- 'I ., lu A L yay, X7 SWEETHEART SALLY SOLDO Richard Zavala senior member of the Sam Houston Rifles instructs Bill COMPANY COMMANDER BUSTER LEAVELL Holmes of Charlie Company in the techniques of fancy drill "C" COMPANY. FRONT ROW: Soldo, Salmeron, Whitfill, Leavell Fitzpatrick, Owen, McClinton. SECOND ROW: Hennig, Spears, Seil- heimer, Reed, Griffith, Blount, Evans, Auringer, Francis, Sorenson THIRD ROW: Johnson, Stephan, Giddens, Ard, Beitelspacher, Wilson Jackson, Dacy, Curtis. FOURTH ROW: Maxwell, McKinney, DeFrank ,,,?,, c tx g fl ki' Ek, l ox MQ! it rm gfttwgg FEM S 94,3 in M IL ' w W. "D" COMPANY. FRONT ROW: Sabatucci, Windham, Evans, Jenkins, Davis, Harris, Mahoney, Parker, Leonard, Empcy, Roe, McCleskey Copeland, Sampson, Cosper, Hood. SECOND ROW: Smithee, Sulak, Norris, Johnson, SIXTH ROW: Crutchfield, Cranford, Matthews, Evans Geurtz, Agnew, White, Moon, Hundt, George, Campos. THIRD ROW: Brach, Estell, Donaldson, Weldon, Wright, Ellis. SEVENTH ROW Teague, Picns, Holmes, Glynn, Ward, Bird, Cockerham, Rodgers, Harris, Adams, Dancses, Reese, Bolen, French, Akin, Kam, Woodruff Waters, Stevens. FOURTH ROW: Walker, Minchew, Martin, Kithas, Waddell Zorger, Kisinger, Tebay, Geiser, McBurney, Blonder. FIFTH ROW: 66 9' Compan Jodie Dean Parker of "Delta" Company instructs recruit Charles Carson, also of "D" Company, in the 30-count manual of arms, SWEETHEART CINDY SABATUCCI COMPANY COMMANDER DANNY COPELAND Band Compan Y Mxualf .Hg x t i ff J fl img Wm 'Mag Q , I W' tx W .,., , .lit X A . , "QSM, Each Thursday while the rest of the corps drills, the ROTC Band practices SWEETHEART LINDA MacDONALD in the Band Hall for performances at military functions. COMPANY COMMANDER JACK LEVENS ff , BAND COMPANY. FRONT ROW: Levens, MacDonald, Strong. Corbin, Aman, Webb, Holmes, Whatley. FIFTH ROW: Dunn, Venard SECOND ROW: Eve, Vaughan, Baldwin, Henderson, McCall. THIRD Giaimo. SIXTH ROW: Rossi, Duncan. SEVENTH ROW: Montgomery ROW: Lynn, Hallmark, McClelland, Gian, O'Neal. FOURTH ROW: Westmoreland, Connelly, Lelso,Payce. 86 Hifi!!! -m-W--Q-M L .,4 R ! Z w,,wWm Ny, W if ' -, fm 4 fb SNR' W 2 ' mi I ' SX I , , ., I? .. ...-....A-,W-.. 4--... ff-...L.,,,q 4 ? W "N ., . Pin. X , 4 KJ 4 KW ITGRIE Lee House 5 Lee House, with maid service and a swimming pool, is an off-campus dorm housing 790 students, both boys and girls Y ,, f K Q ww M W 3. , K 1 H L. ?,Q,fQ52,1 , .N X x, 6 . dh' Rib: lm 3 6 dai A 'Z. I 5 LEE HOIJIQL DORA!! COUNClLl Dan Clemson fpresldentj, Joria lackson freporterj, Judy Watson lsecretaryj, Cindy Rfchey lparllamentarlanj, Donna Ari.: fll'f?J'SlIIl"I l, lolm Madden fvice-pfesidentl 88 WL 1gun a--- Y Lipscomb Hall, located on the eastern end of campus, houses 343 girls and has a snack bar. '90 ...,,,x ,fish t def? I My LIPSCOMB HALL DORM COUNCIL. FRONT ROW: Carla Benson Ctreasurerj, Susan Barton Csecretaryj. SECOND ROW: lean Youngblood lresident counselorj, Sandi Bartelli freporterj, Kay Welch Cpresidentj. Not pictured: Rose Ann Bobbitt fvice-presidentj. ip comb all W Ag! F ,f All X 1 . 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X953 vii' '- H 2533: 4. ' "' ' ' - "1 :Wi ff fr , f25iQ:2-N ew '-g',Hg,f '-PM - -' 'YQ if 5 '. , ..4:f'v.-'Eva' '- 1 -f ,E--' ffl , Wkygv-aiu mule-A .. . - 4 ' h ,J ..,,. s . -- ,. T25 ff' 7 'f iQ?f" - 'K' 'Wu . "1 --' ,f 3' in . 1-'?!?'ef'l -. K-'Lg'-12 X ' 47 257 ss 'avi --'- 5. . , 'fxf"'.-.i..""?-p Trinity Dorm, the newest men's dorm, houses 270 men, including Dean of Men Horace Gillespie in air-conditioned quarters T ' 't House . JL iq, Qin, 'T 1. gnu ,M on "V"' 'I' -xp -1-ni .1 TRlNlTY HOUSE DORM COUNCIL. FRONT ROW: Don Livesay, David way lvice-presidentj, Bruce Hesker, Reggie Aslett, James McCarty. Dunsworth, Bob Helpinstill fpresidentj, lim McClellan fsponsorj, loe THIRD ROW: lim Kennedy, limmy Turner, Mike Bearce, limmy Gunter Lopez. SECOND ROW: Alan L. Smith, Dick Williamson, Ralph Cara- lsecretary-treasurerj, Larry Kelly. AR i . X ' rr ffxxx """ xx ' K5 ' "'i"I- v v A F44-1' .xxx il V , 1 'ff .Q 'K f V. gy ,. R 4' riff 5 I, , 4 1' I Q, ' I -fr .c nw 5 Q59 .WJ A N gb QQ, , 4,. 5 . , R5 W , 6-i4Q1,,f?:,l5f,o' C-1, A W K . x"QY'fivg'f'if1,,,"f.v 'fuk 'fr G kv , , H vt W' 0. 4 fair .X '95 X 2 X N h"'v4.,, xxgi, :z I' xx .x 1 ' 1,1 4 5 . I - ffm? iz, , I, 5 A YT A .R , " .kcsffgaf I .gf.,4ff Lpfarnffffq' ' R TURN we Ogre .,W.,-y,,, ff? 1, .gif Q x N 7,0 Q AR TON REVIEW information Z' ffvflflgw l ,fries I 4 ...Q 5515954 , h Af ni iw 'V l Z ..... PAUL BLAKNEY, FACULTY SPONSOR ,snr'4""' I I' 94 DONNA DAROVICH KENNY I-IAND, SPORTS EDITOR EDITORIALS EDITOR Shorthorn Five editors and a staff of assistant editors and reporters work long hours each week to collect the news that covers the pages of the SHORTHORN, the UT Arlington newspaper. Each week 8500 copies of the SHORTHORN are printed for 26 issues during the school year. The paper collected more Texas Inter- collegiate Press Association awards than any other TIPA member last year, thereby claim- ing the Sweepstakes Award. I. Deadline Tues I2 noon '2.Lis1 items in only I,2,3, L. .1 -1 BRUCE MEYER, NEWS EDITOR CLAUDIA MEYER, SOCIETY EDITOR JERRY SCHRAEDER, ADVERTISING MANAGER X I LXNQ - .J--1' . 363 0' If gf 759' f " I 1 N1 ff, I lr I C' v :Zx -,W V W 14 'N ffm- su, In H wy 'cp V324-. w ww. A, I s ' N A , kg, 5-,fb ' " -' - ' 41 P - ' ff , - X Wg,fQI1nQ.iy.f, ':i:::?,l,, Q WM! ,, 'f""W"' . ,, -' 4 I 'i ' "" - f . 19 Aw -fm H--....,,R V 513 5 ,W WC ,, , ' ,,LV 'I-' 'S , Z' ,I , :mm w Q,,,f,,I, I A 3 L. f I T . : ,, Tw W TOMMY GEDDIE, EDITOR IOHN DYCUS, FEATURE EDITOR NELLIE HUDSON, REPORTER MGT' A PAUL SCHATTMAN, CARTOONIST IUDY SMITH, REPORTER MIKE RAINONE PHOTOGRAPHER JUDY BRILEY, EDITOR CINDY RICHEY, SECRETARY ' iff' cvcillc Burning the midnight oil to meet deadlines is a way of life for the fourteen members of the REVEILLE staff. The tasks of laying out pages, printing pictures, and writing copy require sacrifices such as broken dates, homework left undone, and out classes by every member. Besides actually putting the yearbook to- gether, the staff sponsors the REVEILLE Beauty Contest and the Best-Dressed Co-ed Contest each year. JENNY BAKER, ASSOCIATE EDITOR SHERRY DUKE, ASSISTANT EDITOR I It t ,- fi 2:-'fx' fir, s A, II I., K 1.44 ' A A Y LIZ WALDFIEP, ASSISTANT EDITOR LINDA OVRICK, ASSISTANT EDITOR LIZ HERRINGTON, ASSISTANT EDITOR , 'ITT ' 1, I I Q.. VTP TR Q X-NJ DON SLOAN, SPORTS EDITOR V . OATHEY HIMES, ASSISTANT EDITOR TERRI ALFORD, ASSISTANT EDITOR -, , Jw., an- 9' in. 98 IW is amgg BRUCE MEYER, EDITOR DONNA DAROVICH, ASSISTANT EDITOR Student ublications l1'x xi. JOANNE IOHNSON SECRETARY I ,L WW ag l I 1 4 CATHY O'DWYER PHOTOORAPHER 4 KEN ROSELLE PHOTOORAPHER ARLINGTON REVIEW D ' Mt! 1 .4 -mg ' .fi 'W I all , I FREDDY DRENNAN, ART EDITOR rlington Review The campus literary magazine, ARLING- TON REVIEW, gives talented students a chance to publish their work and earn money at the same time. The REVIEW offers over S400 each semester for winning entries. Dr. Cothburn O'Neal and Miss Alberta Harring- ton, both ofthe English department, serve as sponsors. Students may enter in any of ii categories, including cover design, fiction, poetry, and a newly-added category, photography. ' , 1 I ' yu'-" h ?' f . fv ROLLIN GARY PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID BANKS PI-IOTOGRAPHER RELIGIOUS 2 44: S X fs: 'A f ll? 'D v- C 22 Q 2 U1 Baptist Center Providing fellowship and devotionals for its 175 members is the purpose of the Baptist Student Union. Members of any denomination are invited to join. lerry Bass, president, beads an executive council of 12 members which sponsors a fall and midwinter retreat, Friday missions, Noondays, and various social events. Members also represent the Union at the State Baptist Student Convention. ,Q ..,,..- -V n ' , W 'L fur :-,gh 'J'-'STX' .-?'t",.s5 331:57 J ,ssiieanw . ,. -5 -. . wt' Bi BIGGER? l centres The Baptist Student Center, across from the SUB, is the scene of various social activities, including after-game parties during football season. art, ft a K X N 4. If ,, I Daily devotionals, which include hymns, prayer, and speakers, draw students to the Baptist Student Center. 4 JM, r -n I Te ff A -ri i i - . . F If ,, ' mf , , '-.143 I' ' slip 1 in-1 - A - x lit BSU EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. FBONT BOW: Don Akin fassistant di- cial chairmanj, Larry Bounds fmissions chairmanj, ferry Bass lpresi- rectory, Tim Morris fvice president, publicityj, Bunny Hawkes fpub- dentj, Wayne Ashlock fsummer missionsj, Bobby Bowen fdevotionalj, licily chairmanl. Beverly Mickel lstudent centerj, David George fevan- Dan Boling fdirectorj. Not pictured: Martin Woodruff lvespersj, Janie gelismj, Miko Graham fenlistmentl. SECOND BOW: Leslie Hart Iso- Finch fsecretaryj, 1 1754 Q i' E2 1. l ' :'1 1'-f ::-' 4 J 3 Ar - C 3 , I , X , ---. 1 ,1,,' 2-he-s. -,:: : ,iii siiliiii Em sri , as fri r " g wwf' J' 4 3 i Q i SS, 44 ,, 1 f if Ag! 1 S: 1 Y ? Y f ai' is sf A? 1 , it W 4' . . I ,. I, fi Qkswit f' :aff s , , . I fl fr' 1 1 s 2 'ff 797 ,-Y ,.,- . .v ,, l M ,, Church of Christ Under the sponsorship of William Harper and Paul W. Phillips, the Church of Christ Bible Chair provides a gathering place for members of the Church of Christ. The group provides a religious library and a Bible study course for anyone interested. Daily devo- tionals and luncheons are also sponsored by the Bible Chair. 5W r.am'rr', C , Qu Bible Chair members Bob Otta, Mike Clark, and Mike Powell use library facilities in the new wing of the Church of Christ Bible Chair building. ci Don Tubbs and Glynn l-lartin use a new addition to the Bible Chair facilities. Members present daily devotionals with guest speakers. Q,.' Y' .. QEME LOLLUJE f.-gg :AT 'IN PHASE HA CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COLLEGE ORGANIZATION. Wesley Flinn lsponsorl, Julie Rucker, lon lenkins, Nadine Grab Ksecretary-treasurerl, Mike Miller lpresidentj, Judy Miller lreaderl. Tim Apgar. Christian Science Like most of the other campus religious clubs, the Christian Science College Drganization provides a study lounge for its members. Special lectures are held throughout the year, although the club is small. Members hold weekly meetings in the Williamsburg Boom of the Student Center. The Christian Science College Organization distributes free literature from a rack centrally located in the student center. Wesle Foundation A week-long celebration highlighted the opening of the Wesley Foundations new building this fall. Sponsored by Bev. Dick Lord, the club offers recreation and fellow- ship along with Friday Noon Luncheons. Dennis Burdette is president, Betty Kay Brown, secretary, and Flichard Cottingham, treasurer. 5 1? 552 ' 14 'l' ' NXQ ,A X' , 5, ' . '72 b ' l.- 5 ' I. l Y N . 3,3 I f. ' 25 I I Q ,1 A Ev' , , , 4 I , -gfgf' gf f J f 4 -'i' fi I I ,,..5 , I ', g , Q ' ' 'lx , P I 1 i.4i+Q4,A..,,f .. , Fife. , 1'-P 2 "' tt , .. ' " - n-.- . The new Wesley Foundation building, completed December 1, was an activity room for recreation, a lounge area, and library. Classrooms designed as a service for students. The two-story building features and a conference room complete the facilities. .AA - ..."'Yl i 6Q! The Newman Club football players finished with a 7-2 record and third place in the intramurals. Newman Club Over 200 members actively support the Newman Club, an organization for the Cath- olic students at UT Arlington. The group, sponsored by Dr. J. E. Fairchild, participated in intramurals and Homecoming. They also held a St. Maria Goretti Bazaar. Francia Marzonie tosses the ball to dunk the boys during Newman Club's annual St. Maria Goretti Bazaar. NEWMAN CLUB OFFICERS. FRONT ROW: Sharon Pannell, Freda lones, Cathy Penn. SECOND BOW: David Shipman, Tony Hart, Curt Strittmatter, Guy Baird. The club won the award for the float adhering best to the theme of Homecoming. v"f"1f' V if 'F' R661 HSHOPOTTOPUEMPHUO REVIEW nom. muas, Nov 9 . umm ,. f,,,,,, faloull-walwmu, o"""'Nlknnu..,,,,U Mm :W -,HM Ar IO4 Job Swan Room. SUE Y ' -,fff J Y f HY ALAN UXDD Gnd rw S np me -q JEAN ARYHUR Von Heflm Tfmorm- 5 ,aumnsmw 27 Mmm M aus 1lq?0Momf1lfU1i0fff ' ' smamv mamma es? bsgflrei 5055 .jxril I f' U 'bfiilf Q "F""" Y., . W 'W - 0.1M aw, ,,,, M " 'G'-N. f O Qs MEETING ms wed 4:fD M W. DAUO 'TW' l b Zin kin y s . Y 5145 CLUBS 1 I Q Nl ...- 1 1 mf s 'Q-'f' .1 iv? ACCOUNTING STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION. FRONT ROW: George Hintgen, Katherine Hoistmann, Amy Diane Powell, Anita Nerrius lsee- retaryj. SECOND HOW: Ken Harp lpresidentj, Bill H. Ozborn fvice- A professional club known as the Accounting Stu- dents' Association acts as a medium between profes- sional men, instructors, students, and others interested in accounting. Members must have completed six hours of accounting principles and be enrolled in any account- ing course. Monthly meetings are sponsored by Doctors Allan Savage, Walter Austin, and Ralph Estes. presidentj, Douglas Shields, La Rue Williamson, Mike Blubough Charles L. Haley. AIAA The technical society promoting the field of aerospace sciences is the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. The 65 members conduct a program to ac- quaint high school seniors with the field of engineering. Astronaut Walter Schirra and scientist Werner von Braun are members of the national organization. Dr. lack E. Fairchild is sponsor. AIAA. FRONT ROW: lim lustice lpublicity chairmanj, George B. Fred Nichols, Patrick Squires, Duane Morris, Mike Braswell, Frank Sparling ftreasurerj, Morris Narunsky fvice-chairmanl, leri Mahan Harrnor. THlF1D HOW: Don Hodde, Bill Swaffod, l. D. Pierce, Stephen fsweetheartj, Doug Hance fchaimanj, Daniel Howell lsecretaryj, Dr. Graham, Bruce Poole, Donald Merkley, Paul Applegate, Ray Gene lack Fairchild fsponsorj, D, D. Seath lsponsorj. SECOND HOW: Moss, Asa Ross Nisbet, Ron Clark, Harry Brown, loe Hindash, Terri Horst, L 1 4. A ll. ASCE. FRONT ROW: Patrick Flusche, Ronald W. Morrison, Melvin K. Allen, Gene Worrell. THIRD ROW: Frank Knickerbocker, loe P. Hill lanuary, James A. Dunn, lr., loe F. Skelton, Buddy Reed, R. Wayne Glenn W. Smith, William N. Bowen, ll, Gary W. Basham, Sammie M Smith. SECOND ROW: Dr. Clifford Randall, Norman Corbitt, Richard Boydston, lr., Gary K. Trietsch, Robert L. Cagley. Atkins, Charles Duncan, Bernie Stewart, Alvin A. Barton, Keith M. if - ASCE OFFICERS. Dr. Clifford Randall fsponsorj, Bernie Stewart fsecretary-electj, Gene Worrell ltreasurerj, Norman Corbitt fpresidentj, Buddy Reed fvice-presidentj, Bill Howard Csecretaryj. SWE ETH EA RT LO RY BOWLES ASCE Sponsorship of a student paper contest, a Christmas party, and a spring picnic are among the varied activities of the American lfa. Society of Civil Engineers, a campus profes- sional organization. The chapter, Civil Engi- neers Club, is affiliated with the national organization. Monthly meetings and a large attendance at state conventions further their knowledge of the practice and ethics of the civil engi- neering profession. Thirty-five students are members of the group. ""'!'su w-.W SWEETHEART NANCY WILLIAMS ASCET Almost 200 students are members of the American Society of Certified Engineering Technicians, which received its national char- ter this year and became the first chapter of its kind in the nation. The club sponsored field trips to LTV and Texas Electric Service Company, along with monthly programs on the aspects of enginee-ring technicians in in- dustry. The purpose ofthe club is to promote engineering technology among students. 'Zi' 15 'SV' ASCET OFFICERS. FRONT ROW: Robert D. King ftreasurerj, Larry Carlock fmembership committee co-chairmanj, Kenneth Riza ipresidentj, SECOND ROW: Paul Meine fsponsorj, Lawrence Beralek fvice-presidentj, Don Hodde Csecretaryj, Darryl Young fmembership committeej. ASCET. FRONT ROW: Kenneth Riza, Thomas W. Henning, Xavier Milton Vrla, Bob Dennis, Robert D. King, R. W. Sims, Darryl Young Cabello, Eddie Smallwood, Dennis Williams, G. W. Nimerick, Glenn Larry Carlock. THIRD ROW: Ray Davis, Drew Smith, Lawrence Bera Richards, B. W. Ash. SECOND ROW: Don Hodde, Henry Blankenstein, lek, George Squibb, Randy Widaman, Gilbert Williams, Bill Scott. ,, Q if S Field trips to industry, guest speakers, technical meetings, films, and a paper contest are all activities of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The club petitioned for an official Student Society of ASME member- ship with the accreditation of the mechanical engineers department this fall. Drs. A. Haji- Sheikh and Charles Blackwell are sponsors, 5. 12" Dr. Wendell Nedderman, Ed Fritcher, Larry Jones, Everette Gray. and Tom Cush- man watch as Carl Files signs the petition for an official Student Society of ASME. ASME FRONT BOW: Alan Farrow, Don Hrncir, Samuel Toub, Mike Bullock, George Clough, Dennis Littwin, Robert Erans. SECOND BOW: Mark Norris, lerry R. Holacka, Mike Ramsey, lose A. Arredondo. Larry loncs lvice-presidentj, Tom Cushman ftreasurerj, Everette E. Gray lsecretaryj, Paul Zanowiak. THIRD BOW: Dr. Charles Blackwell ladvisorj, Hal Wesson, Larry Wingo, Billy Ray Schulze, lohn C. Vadala, Gary H. Fry, Edward B. Fritcher lpresidentj, David Hurley, Dr. A. Haji-Sheikh fadvisorl, ACM. FRONT HOW: Janne Evans, Gene Dempster lvice-presidentj, Jimmy Brandenburg, Karen Lam fsecretary-treasurerj. SECOND HOW Bill Hinds, Dr. David Falconer fsponsorj, Melvin Pierce fsponsori, ACM Completing its third year on campus, the Association for Computing Machinery provides a means of com- munication between persons having an interest in com- puting machinery. The club strives to promote an in- creased knowledge in the science, design, development and construction of modern computers. KL, John Dawson, Dr. C, L. R. Barker fassociate memberj. THIRD HOW: George Baker, Morris Waxler fpublicity chairmanj, Randy Tareilo, Tom Crandall, Jim Knox, Scott Wheeler fpresidentj. Chess Club Chess enthusiasts may sharpen their skills through competition with members of the UT Arlington Chess Club. The club sent members to the National Collegiate Chess Tournament in New Jersey this year and staged a meet with UT Austin. James Bolen sponsors the 30 members. C "i.,.,2' 'A-,wen 1 i i f Throne consider a crucial move during a Friday meeting. The Chess Club meets each Friday afternoon to match skills. Fall officers are John Dycus, president, Jim Parker, treasurer: and Hugh West, Statistician. aj Chess Club members Jim Bowen Bruce Thomas and Johnny ART CLUB. FRONT ROW: Rex Dyer Isponsorj, Paula Jordon, William E, Turner lsponsorj, Peggy Widaman, Casey Wilhelm, Don Sanders Cvice-presidentj, Jeff Sanders, Alan Smith, David Christensen, Dan Rodriguez. SECOND ROW: lan Tilford fpresidentj, Jerry Dyer, Jan Price Csecretaryj, Albert Porter, Cathy Miles, James Anderson, Ken get Q, 2 CL, IQ, Q ,E " -In E5-1 , .- ff-'Aff 8' . . 1- 5-,311 " Il0 .. 4 i 5 f. Leif- 2? - HE 2 T4 K fa ,,. W -s gzyua ' ' " sei' Q SQ' . n . P ,mx rt lub With 47 members, the Art Club strives to "destroy apathy and create an extra interest in art outside the classroom." The club spon- sors a student art show, poster contest. museum tours, and a student art forum. Regu- lar meetings are held once a week to discuss art in general, Prehoditch, Debby Chambers, Carol Bobo Ctreasurerj, Dale Moses, Verna Harris, Linda Morosky, Phyllis Loftis, Joann Parson, THIRD ROW: Angela Gofford, limmy Bullock, ludy Morris, Bob Drake, lon Huke, Tom Newsom, Steve Ramey, George Mizrany, Robert Otta, Buddy Saunders, Cherry Proctor. Q . V . , f 1 x ' W s 6 5' 1 Q 1 Q Q it 5 I .L J X '. ". 3,4 '- 44 J '-'y N.g--.-'F' .-:ffl 'T-lk fag, , Ll-L 4 4 ,l ml S .' , . . .- .1 cz. l . ,,w:.f-,. 1 ' . . ' b It fb :rv 'FU YT- A -'s' .1 ' an we ve - ' - . .-'5"'Is .- . ' V ' - ' ',r,,' -' . I - . ' ul 'iw nw., ,AV f'73"?" CIRCLE K CLUB. FRONT ROW: Greg Connally, David Blair ftreasurerj, lsecretaryj, SECOND ROW: Thomas A. Glen Sherman, lr. fdirectorj, Terry McCreary ipresidentj, Bob Alford fdirectorj, Morris Narunsky Ronny Taylor, Grady Langley, Larry Oliver, Wes Kasper ivice-presidentj. Circle K A campus service organization, the Circle K Club serves the community by sending Christmas packages to each Arlington serviceman in Viet Nam and aids the college by handing out packets at registration. The group attended the Texas-Oklahoma Circle K convention and the international convention in Philadelphia. Membership, limited to men, numbers 15. DEBATE SOCIETY. FRONT ROW: Bernard P. Long, Mike Huddleston, Jamie Hobbs, David Coe, lim Hampton. SECOND ROW: Troy Long, Mike Johnston, Jim Smith, Steve Hunt, Mike Roe. Not pictured: Cynthia cbatc Socict After four years on campus, the Debate Society par- ticipates in forensic tournaments in four states, with as many as ten tournaments in one year. At the major tour- naments, as many as 70 colleges are represented. The 18 debaters are sponsored by David E. Groner of the speech department. Membership in the UT Arlington De- baters is open to any student interested. Decker, Hugh Moore, David Groner fsponsorj, Don Atkins fassistant sponsorj. Geological Society To promote an interest in the geological sciences is the main object of the Geological Society. Students with an interest in geology or a major in the subject are eligible to join. The 40 members, sponsored by Dr. C. F. Dodge, take field trips and invite guest speakers to their meetings. OFFICERS. lim Richardson ltreasurerj, Lauran Litton fsecretaryj, Radford Chambers Cpresidentj, Dennis Holler Cvice-presidentj. GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. FRONT BOW: Gayle Green, Karen Kohlhund, Sidney Smith, Lauran Litton fsecretaryj, Linda Ashmore. SECOND ROW: Ken Bilger, Bob Greenwood, Ronnie Gildersleeve, lim Richard- son Ctreasurerl, Dennis Holler fvice-presidentj, Radford Chambers fpresidentj, Michael Howsley, Mark A. Wilson, Bob Humphries. THIRD ROW: Benny E. Plunk, C. F. Dodge fsponsorj, lohn Garth, Bill William- son, Robert Meyer, Douglas Middleton, loseph Herold, Larry Young. Larry McKee, Larry Ross, Lloyd Pratt. y- - wr M . X . . .',. MA f iz r l et .tl ai l Wf'ii"'xi'-.Era ,..L..iQ"'5,mf3 rx 4.3 IEEE. FRONT ROW: .lohn Bernard, Hugh Southall fsecretaryj, R. S. Thomas E. Milson, Tom Crandell, l. W. Scheppler, Larry A. Groce, Baggett fpresidentj, John Hoskins ftreasurerj, Michael Ray Martin Manfred Schorer, David Lobb, Charles H. Crane. THIRD ROW: Donald fvice-presidentj, Roy lohn McKenzie, Gary R. Blass, Gary A. Cum- E. Langford, Hank Terrell, Grady Langley, Robert W. Alford, Conrad l. mings, Roger H. Venable. SECOND ROW: Dr. Mo-Shing Chen lspon- Wredberg, Jerry R. Franklin, Larry S. Huntsinger, limmy K. Cox, Larry sorj, Luther V. Oliver, l. W. Thomas, lose Jimenez, Mike Sowers, L. Lewis, T. l. Gleason. Don G. Hodde. IEEE A professional club for electrical engineer- ing majors, the Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronic Engineers, serves to promote and en- courage associations between professional men and electrical engineering students. About 50 students are members of the or- ganization. Eff79Sf Sf9Ph9f'S with. Ge0feCh Of Garland ChafS Vlfifh IEEE OFFICERS: John Hoskins ftreasurerj, Michael Ray Martin fvice-presidentj, Gfadb' I-an!-JIGY and Rlchafd Baggeff before 8 meeting- Richard S. Baggett fpresidentj, Hugh Southall fsecretaryj, Dr. Mo-Shing Chen fsponsorj. Steve Allison, treasurer Cris Beall, secretary W A..,-.0 dh " Bill Dravvbaugh, first vice-president Bill Hardage, second vice-president xr' WN Q 'Q ' lx' 'an . Nm tg! . .Nxt loe Harrell, president Q l"f Cindy Haun, cg lfv ' . reporter-historian Q, ,g ' x-gg". .I a ' Y l PM K 'I Q if Architecture Society members and dates discuss mock bets they placed C 5555 ifimf at the gambling tables of a casino party held last fall, Student AIA To enrich academic experience through closer ties with the architectural profession is the purpose of the Student Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Previous- ly called the Architecture Society, the club has 90 mem- bers. lt obtained an official charter this fall. loe Harrell, president, represented the club at the national convention in Washington, D.C. ntcr-Dorm Council The representative body of the dormitory system of UT Arlington is the Inter-dormitory Council. The council, which is the voice of the residents, represents Pachl Hall, Trinity House, Brazos House, Lipscomb Hall, and Lee House. Any student dormitory housing at least 50 UT Arlington students may be represented. The council sponsors several social functions, including dances. INTER-DORMITOHY COUNCIL. FRONT HOW: lean Youngblood fspon- Wayland Threadgill, Keith Akins, Gary Suits, Steve Anderson, Delmer sorj, Gloria L. Terry, Susan Barton, Kay Welch ISAB representativej, Pinson, limmy Gunter, Jeff Hensley fpresidentj, Ralph E. Caraway, Teresa land lsecretary-treasurerj, Cathy Schmitt. SECOND ROW: William Cade, Bob Helpinstill, Eligio DelaCruz, lr. x S -1 S ntcrnational Club Students from many foreign countries and the United States find an opportunity to meet and exchange ideas as members of the Inter- national Students Club. The club has intro- duced culture from many lands to the campus along with internationally-known speakers. The 40 active members hear these speakers twice a month. Early in the fall, the group heard Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge speak in Dallas, and a banquet spotlighting interna- tional foods and customs was held this year. The Soccer Club was founded by ISC, but is rapidly becoming an independent organiza- tion. George Haddan, International Students Club member, visits with guests Joe Bohannon and son at a reception for foreign students newly-arrived on campus. , Q WLNW' WW+WmsmHWn""Aw X 3 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CLUB SOCCER TEAM. FRONT ROW: Rob Pickett, Det Mokavej, Jim Boutell, Paul Chattey, Gunter Hoferer. SECOND ROW: Dr. Gilbert fsponsorj, Joe Hindash fcaptainj, Frouzan Afsahi, Ted Tuinstra, Bernaba Zeinoun, Nick Samijlenko Ccaptainj. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CLUB OFFICERS. ioe Hindash Ipresi- dentj, Steve Fahar fvice-presidentj, Susan Thompson fsecretary-treas- urerj, Dr. Donald Weiss Csponsorj. 'WY ath Club Students who have an interest in mathe- matics and join the Math Club have Quest speakers and several social activities each year. The 48 members meet monthly to pro- mote an interest in the field of mathematics and to help students and faculty become bet- ter acquainted. Dr. A. R. Mitchell is sponsor of the group. .xx J., . ill 'll , A, , ' JG I ' f F Y x, tw I MATH CLUB OFFICERS. Sylvia Ramsey lsecond vice-presidentj, John Dawson lpresidentj, Annabelle Corboy lsecretary-treasurerj, Bill Perryman ffirst vice- presidentj, Georgia DeKoker lreporterj. "7 75 XL MATH CLUB. FRONT ROW: Joanne Peteet, Shirley Tucker, Susan Carolyn Lynch. THIRD ROW: Jerry R. Osborne, Stephen West, Don Gillham, Georgia DeKoker, Francis Hostetter, Sylvia Ramsey, Anna- Griffin, Billy Joe Ely, John L. Telford, Joe Stiles, John Dawson, Ronnie belle Corboy. SECOND ROW: Bill Perrymann, Karen Lam, Joe E. Red- Dover. mond, A. B. Mitchell fsponsorj, Linda Henley McCalla, Marilyn Metts, LAW CLUB. FRONT ROW: Bernard P. Long president, Don Seilheimer fvice-presidentj, Judy Miller, Chris Landrith, Alan Saxe fsponsorj. SECOND ROW: Bob Ashworth, Jim Smith fsecretaryj, John Turbyfill, Law lub Going on field trips to law schools at Baylor, SMU, and UT Austin are some activities of the Law Club. The pur- pose of the organization is to give guidance to future lawyers and to acquaint members with various aspects of law. Guest speakers were invited and a mock court was held May 1, Law Day. PHYSICS CLUB. FRONT ROW: Donald A. Johnson, Jack Lancaster, David J. Skipper, Jean Crist fsecretaryj, David B. Wyatt, Charles A. LoPresti, Lester F. Penney. SECOND ROW: Greg McDaniel fpresi- Jim Rupard, Felix Saucedo ftreasurerj, Tim Vineyard. THIRD ROW: Allen Crawford, Earl Evans lsecretaryj, Richard Jones, Robert Wisdom, Charles Peters. Not pictured: Don Cantwell, C. D. Richards fsponsorsj. hysics Club Hoping to offer guidance to aspiring underclassmen physics majors, the UT Arlington Student Section of the American Institute of Physics was formed. Regular as- tronomy star-watching sessions and Bendix Research projects are activities of the Physics Club. Forty-two students are members of the group. dentj, Marion D. Wedin, Jack Powell ltreasurerj, James A. Adkins, David Peterson fvice-presidentj, Larry G. Minter, James M. Kerl, U. O. Herrmann fsponsorj. POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB. STANDING: Mrs. Joy Schultz fspeakerl, Pat Sodd fsecretaryj, Jeff Hensley fexecutive committeej, Jim Mc- Clellen, Earl Evans ffirst vice-presidentj, Tom Gibley, Jim Smith, Roy leys, Richard Jones, Tim Vineyard fpresidentj. SEATED: Jim Rupard Political Science Club Plans to sponsor a model Organization of American States with area junior college students invited to attend were part of the activities of the Political Science Club. The club also assists in planning for Government Em- phasis week and invites speakers involved in politics, government and political science. Dr. Wayne Odom, Dr. Sam Hamlett, adn Allen Saxe are sponsors. J ww fsecond vice-presidenti, Hugh Cameron, Jamie Hobbs, Betty Garner. Wayne Locke, John Turbyfill, Jim Blackwell, Alray Henderson, Bernard Long ftreasurerj, Charles Walker, Revis Smith. Not pictured: Dr. Sam Hamlett, Wayne Odom, Alan Saxe fsponsorsj. rcss Club Any interested student may join the Press Club, spon- sored by Paul Blakney and Ernest Leister. Yearbook, newspaper, and literary magazine staff members, actively organizing for the first year, entered a float in the Home- coming parade. Activities also included the sale of plastic book covers during distribution of the BEVEILLE. Meet- ings are held bi-monthly. PRESS CLUB. FRONT ROW: Elizabeth Waldrep, Cathy O'Dwyer, Judy David Banks, Cindy Richey fsocial chairmanj, Cathey Himes, Terri Briley lvice-presidentj, Sherri Duke, Tommy Geddie, JoAnn Johnson, Alford, Claudia Meyer fsecretary-treasurerj, Bruce Meyer, Jerry Kenny Hand, Donna Darovich fpresidentj, Don Sloan. SECOND ROW: Schraeder. Judy Smith, Terry Hughes, Rollin Gary. Rebel Fl ing Club Students interested in aviation who join the Rebel Flying Club are aided in finding the least expensive and most productive way to learn flying or, for members who are al- ready pilots, to get additional ratings. The 25 members toured airport control centers, the Air Traffic Control Center, and flew in to lakes or recreation areas for picnics. . 2 A 4 . , . , , P 'K . . .,,, b. . -iivi , ..-v. ' 1 I i 1. I - ge .A U 4, t ,, , 1 ,Q I x t X In .t, ,. X . . -.ff fm-, -W fa., ,MM ' A 1, , , ,i 1: , - , fm Iss:-.,.,--: fi' ' V 7 -- nf . Y f ' QQ . S ET' "' ' 5 f f , 5 F 1 f ' -1 . . . M. f y., Q ,,, 4 ,MQ it W fm.. ,. ' ' 1, . . ...., r' eb4Av"'f'Ka' am' M V: ' . ,?? QV, L' 1' 536' 4 F1213 K Q I LZ, . . A m . : fm 4 lf f f l l f A 'Ti Q' N 4 " I he V hmm ff e Members of the Rebel Flying Club toured the control R f0Wef at Gfeafef Southwest international AWPOFY- mercial licenses by training in this Cessna 750, loaned fi' rf, t -L li i Q REBEL FLYING CLUB OFFICERS: Chuck Dawson fpresidentjg Mariluese Baur fsecretarylr David Bailey Ctreasurerj. KMA V, F'l""-H-Y..W,mv-V.- ,,,:+W" M v-Af K 7. -'T NJ SAE OFFICERS. Dr. I. Stanovsky Ksponsorj, Dale Dalrymple Cchairmanj, Gary Fry fsecretaryj, John Vadala Ivice-chairmanj. QR af' 5.4 Patti Alien, Society of Automotfve Engineers sweetheart and Dr. Joseph Stanovsky, SAE sponsor, join Larry Iones and Tom Cushman rn a drscussfon of a classroom demonstratfon of the electrrcal gyroscope. af' ,I eff , ff aes sHW 45 dl 5 2 3 : ' Q':2 Don Hrncir, George Clough, David Pendleton, and lerry Holacka, all members , g zl, I - of SAE, examine a department model of an internal combustion engine. S "" - A..i. M-, ..oAai,iA . . . - i,,, M. .,,, ii,o Y ,Ms ., t, 7 ,U KA' Q , - Q 1, l ,.V.hw X +7 J l 29232, 4 4i,4.QIl'l'f"f"5.v B . vga., SWEETHEART PATTl ALLEN if 5 .3 2? , 1 , 1 , M 2 ,d-j' 3. its f' 2. , tw? A X -,gg ' 5 1' I 2 Y - - 152 5 i A A t A-Qi .tr s aw f l tl . ' C! Q l ti'tniwQ+wA twgiwfw .5 K ,.'. ',,i,..frQ.tg1" f in 3 5 A technical society for students engaged W , ,Q ' g ,Q ,K ,. 9 . . . .. . gc, , . 2...-1.1yf. sgffgl, . g qi at In the design, construction, and utilization of f X, , L ,. 4 ' g ff, S -ti H ' , r, V -,f I L Srl- Q . E , A self-propelled machines, prime movers, and 3 , K, ,fx 5 if H related equipment, the Society of Automotive .Q 15 3 -b Q,,.,4,,f' f Engineers is sponsored by Dr. l. Stanovsky. 'i as ,,i -'T fi hfe- 'fir Z F tt' t wise. t, . fc.--1 This year's programs included field trips to , A fn A t M43 f , industry, film meetings, and lectures by lead- ers in the mechanical industries. , ,,,,, ,r ,sc , ,,,l Af xr A A A--A -A-A . 1392144 4 A l, WJ N ., , Wifi ,,,. .. ,. ' ' Q SAE. FRONT ROW: Tom Cushman, David Pendleton, Patti Allen, Larry Wesson, Fred Becker, Mark Norris, John Vadala, Don Hrncin, George lones, James Stroud, Gary Fry. SECOND HOW: Dr. l. Stanovsky, Hal H. Clough, lerry R. Holacka, Dale Dalrymple. , -0 sr" thc? ' SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS. FRONT ROW: Sally Ann Lee OND ROW: Penny Lee Carlisle, Linda Henley lVlcCalla, Diane Whistler ltreasurerj, Marla Markham lpresidentj, Dr. W. H. Neddermon fspon- Sue Sredal, Audrey Estes, Carolyn Denton. sorj, C. Pat Dodson fvice-presidentj, Valene Taylor fsecretaryj. SEC- Women Engineers Completing their first year on campus, the Society of Women Engineers claims the first woman engineering graduate as their first alumna member. The club was established to provide a center of common interest for women who plan a profession in industry. Dr. Margaret Willoughby is sponsor. NEA Eighty-five members of the Dixieland Chap- ter of the Student National Education Asso- ciation serve to promote the teaching profes- sion. This club sponsors the publication of the Student Directory, operates a tutoring service, and works in conjunction with the Future Teachers of America. bf lssjli C? ,-1 lb al -hlf SNEA OFFICERS. FRONT ROW: Dorothy Smith lparliamentarianj, Lynn Wiseman fsecretaryj, Annabelle Corboy ftreasurerj. SECOND ROW: Dr. W. J. Karraker fsponsorj, Dian Mencke fpresidentj, lerry Bass Cvice-president, proiectsj, Don Rogers Cvice-president, publicityj. S- l- .L L . ...,. A .Fi - - REBEL HAM CLUB. FRONT ROW: Don G. Hodde, Keith Newquist, Darwin Geiselbrecht fsecretaryj, J. W. Thomas, Chris Cooper Cpresi- Robert Cunningham, William McRight, Carol Cooper, John Hoskins lvice-presidentj. SECOND ROW: Gene Coldwell, Kraig E. Newquist. cbcl Ham Club One of the purposes of the Rebel Ham Club is to further the interest in electronics and, particularly, radio communications on the campus. Eighteen members insti- gated the Inter-Collegiate Communications Networks and brought a teletype network to campus. Other activities included national and international "on the air" contacts with other amateur radio stations and experimental work with electronic devices. WSO. FRONT ROW: Helen Cochran Ctreasurerj, Pat Parker Ccorres- ponding secretaryj, Maria Perricone Csecretaryj, Dr. Kathryn Hopkins fsponsorj, Eleta Younkin fpresidentj, Carol Johnston ffirst vice-presi- dentj, Francia Marzonie fsecond vice-presidentj, SECOND ROW: Van dentj, Bob Lunday ftrusteej, Joe D. Spradlin fsponsorj. WSO Eighteen members of the Womens Service Organiza- tion joined with campus sororities and fraternities to pre- sent a variety show for the Terrill Mental Institute and helped with student elections, registration, the Cancer Drive, and the distribution of yearbooks. Members of the club, which serves both UT Arlington and the com- munity, must take 12 hours and give at least 20 hours of service to the group. Nguyen fhistorianj, Lonni Chubb, Kathy Penn, Linda Moriarty, Debbie Reed, Sandi Schieme, Janet Hopkins, Tina Barnett, Phyllis Davis, Ginda Abraham, Sharon Pannel fparliamentarianl. as, M' sl Gi." fg- M---.......,s :fx I, '95 ,, 1. R X pm. 'pf ,f--f na! 15 I Q Lid A SECOND ROW: Revis Smith, Earl Meyers, Michael Dailey, Craig Reid, Billy Floyd, lim W. Justice, Stephen D. Hunt, lames Knox. YOUNG REPUBLICANS. FRONT ROW: Colin Wright, Maura Hollings- worth, Barbara Hollowell, lamie Hobbs, Kay Von Hagel, Bob Feldmon. Republicans The UT Arlington Young Republicans be- came an official club last year for the purpose of developing students in an effective political organization and instructing them in the prin- ciples ofthe Republican Party. Members must be between the ages of 15 and 36 and sub- scribe to the principles of the Republican Party. Maurice Carlson is the sponsor. YOUNG REPUBLICAN OFFICERS. Barbara Hollovvell lrecording secretaryj, Kay Von Hagel, fcorresponding secretaryj, lamie Hobbs, lchairmanj, Colin Wright ltreasurerj, Revis Smith Icampaign chairmanj. HQIEIORARIES Alpha Chi Alpha Chi, a National Honor Scholarship Society new to the UT Arlington campus, serves to promote and recognize scholarship and those elements of character which make scholarship effective. Alpha Chi presents a national scholarship, participates in the writ- ing and presentation of papers at regional and national conventions, and publishes the Recorder. Their motto is "Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." Members must have a minimum of 60 hours, 30 of which must be taken at UT Arlington, with a 2.5 over-all average. Bryan Edwards Bishop Observing the installation of Alpha Chi on the UT Arlington campus are Dean Claudia CaYt0n VN x Autrey Nell Wiley, Nancy Johnson, Sam Stevenson, Dr. Margaret Wiley fsponsorj, 'la 9' lon Estes, Anne Tinsley, and Susan Meinke, Robert Covington lon Estes ,X lan Hart gm, 1-T. 'F Myriam Hubbard fa W Nancy Johnson gf' N Susan Meinke 2 'tl , ifiy Linda Sue Sterner ' ff I 5 Sam Stevenson 43 ,gh wx -Q 4 lvanka Taborsky " 1 ' Cynthia Ann Tinsley W Q W ai N! g Steve Tipps Norman E. Corbitt, president The Civil Engineering Honor Society was established to bestow a mark of distinction on undergraduate civil engineering students who have high scholastic ability and who apply the principles of scholarship, character, practicality, and sociability in the civil engi- neering profession. The club, which has ten members, is sponsored by Dr, Richard Tucker. William J. Howard, treasurer R William Arthur Witt, pledge Eugene Maurice Worrell, lll, pledse N Stanley C. Fieed,vice-president Bernie W. Stewart, secretary Q, ,E 3' Bryan Bishop Edmund M. Burke Norman Corbitt . iz W lon Dekoker Walter Grantham Peter Haagen ' fx ,Cin Sue Harper lohn Hoskins Larry Huntsinger Larry Jones Michael Fl. Martin N' Bruce Poole Douglas Smith Theodore l. Trept Ronald Young T.. .. ., f 'TTTiT'X X, N f Epsilon u Gamma Epsilon Nu Gamma, whose purpose is to recognize outstanding engineering students and alumni, is the Engineering Honor Society at UT Arlington. The Society was founded as a chapter of Tau Beta Pi, the national engi- neering honor society, and petitioned for membership in Tau Beta Pi this year. Mem- bers are selected during their second semes- ter as juniors from the top eighth of their junior engineering class or during their senior year from the top fifth of the senior engineer- ing class. Officers are Walter Grantham. president, Hugh Southall, vice-president, Mike Martin, secretary-treasurer, and Nor- man Corbitt, cataloger. Dr. W. H. Nedderman is sponsor. Pledge Jimmy Pritchett and pledge Alan Farro examine a Coke bottle 32" wrench for correct size, which pledge Bill Witt had to find in the made in Erie, Pa., while President Walter Grantham measurers an 11" x pledge scavanger hunt. rv 's Eta Kappa u The Epsilon Mu chapter of Eta Kappa Nu, an electrical engineering scholastic honor society, requires that its members be in the top third of their senior electric engineering class or the top quarter of their junior class. The club, which sponsors a clinic, has 20 undergraduate members, 24 pledges, and six graduates. Dr. C. W. Jiles is sponsor. Officers are LeRoy Thompson, presidentg Lynn Heit- man, vice-president, Ron McAfee, secretaryg Paul Darden, treasurerg Dwight Hill, James Rinewalt, and Larry Lewis. Dr. C. W. Jiles, sponsor 'C' 43 ' 'K'-. X J if '33- , , ,J , X ' ' fy? g if -RM 'if' it 1 ll. Q . .45 'I 'N Tom Milson, Thomas Crandall, and Jimmy Dosier display their outstanding pledge hats. Texas Electric this year contributed the hats for Eta Kappa Nu pledges to decorate and wear for a week prior to their initiation. KT if 1-:' Robert Adamson Ross Alexander Sherman Baggett Grover Cain Richard Calfee Charles Coldwell Jerry M. Corley Jimmy K. Cox Charles Crane Paul Darden Peter Haagan Larry Hamrick Lynn Heitman Dwight Hill John Hoskins Guy Garlock Larry Lewis Mike R Martin Ron McAfee Derek McBrinn Phillip W. McKennon David Miller Thomas Milson Robert Pederson James Rinewalt Hugh Southall LeRoy Thompson George Walters ,. Sandy Caffey Sweetheart M' M Xt, Norman S. Anderton Johnnie Carr rx rv. N ll ilzfh Tau eta Sigma The Rebel band service fraternity for girls, Tau Beta Sigma, works in harmony with Kappa Kappa Psi to serve the Rebel Band by hosting clinics, auditions, concerts, and parties. Members promote spirit at football and basketball games and pep rallies. The 19 members added four pledges to their group this year. Kappa Kappa si Kappa Kappa Psi, the band service fra- ternity, strives to encourage musical develop- ment and develop a better band through spirit and performance excellence. The club provides two scholarships a year to deserving bandsmen. A member must be enrolled in the band for one semester prior to receiving an invitation to pledge. Officers are D. R. Dixon, president, Ben Christy, vice-president, Bob Miller, secretary, and Mike Hill, treasurer. William Postlethwaite is sponsor. Benjamin C. Christy Robert S. Davis Carrington B. Dixon Donald R. Dixon James M. Hill Anthony A. Jones Robert G. Miller Robert Newton Philip L. Schenk Bradley K. Smith M" Milton S. Strong K J M . Larry L. Tubb Mallard Walton m Michael J. Wasik TAU BETA SIGMA. FRONT ROW: Sandy Wozniak fhistorianj, Jean Crist fpresi- dentj, Cheryl Ferguson fvice-presidentj, Mrs. Jim Mahoney Csponsorj, Jeannie Montgomery Csecretaryj, Sandye Hill itreasurerj, Sandy Caffey fparliamentarianj. SECOND ROW: Jerilyn Haagen, Linda Dooley, Ellen Armstrong, Donna Pope, Arla Jo Payne, Joan Bixler, Sharon Garrett fcorresponding secretaryj, Donna Cunningham, Rita Gayle Teeter, Anne Fugate, Lenda McDonald, Linda MacDonald. ,J tsl X3 N ...sig l -A - ,. 'V X twiki, 2 V ,'. Phi Kappa Theta A scholastic honor society, Phi Kappa The- ta, recognizes students who achieve a grade- point average of 2.5 while taking 15 hours. Guest speakers from the faculty speak oc- casionally at meetings. Jerome Keating is president of the 2OQ-member club. Other officers are lvlarieluise Baur, secretary, and Juanita Asneros, treasurer. Dr. Anne Whaling and Dr. E. T. Barksdale are sponsors. N 'lt if .S ,V I g qi 1,1 . T Dr. W. J. Karraker addresses a meeting officiated by the Phi Kappa Theta officers Marieluise Baur, Jerome Keating, and Juanita Asneros. PHI KAPPA THETA. FRONT ROW: Linda Williams, Kay Visone, Claudia Cayion, Sharon Mars, Karen Lam, Sharon Clark, Annabelle Corboy, Nancy Johnson. SECOND HOW: Carolyn Lynch, Jonne Jones, Marie- luise Baur lsocretaryj, John Hamilton, Jimmy Everett, Tim C. Terry, Paul Sakowski, John M. Trapani, Ill, Gerald W. Brooks, Mike Sowers, Ken- neth W. Riza. THIRD HOW: Steve Helmick, Douglas Shields, Mike Defrank, Sam Stevenson, Herb Ingram, Howard Smolleck, Lynn An- drews, Robert Wisdom, Earl Douglas Evans, Eligio Dela Cruz, Jr. , tt A fa V If x. ,Mak Sfx 4 I l M .. LM . -Q., N ,J W -52. sf s"7.'I" ,f E x l ,A b xt. 3 Q-1 f . 7 . fr' ,V ss, 'X I . J 'Tn nb-N als J l fl Q V 1519" ..,, -t ' i ' X ,X , , Z, A X If z me Q V x 9 QNX f 6 , Qi, 5 Z 3' A Syst , X 'C 2 ,N f 2 1 " ' f t if . f- M, ft- m N ,.,1 .yr .f YA Yi- , Judilyn Akey Lawanda Branum Lynette Carter Suzanne Chenowth James Everett Mary Fagan Clista May Hancock Suzanne l-lorsley Donna Koch Dorothy Powell David McBride Mary Owens James Starnes Sonja Stein Sheryl Stewart June Webb Ann Williams Beverly Witt igma Delta i As the honorary society for Spanish, Sigma Delta Pi exists to honor the outstanding stu- dents ofthe Spanish language and literatures. The 25 members must have an over-all grade average of B5 an interest in the culture, lan- guage, and literature of Spanish America and Spain, and at least one semester of an ad- vanced literature course. Officers of the Zeta Alpha chapter are Richard Sierra, president, James Everett, vice-president, and Sheryl Stewart, secretary-treasurer. lvlrs. Bertie Acker sponsors the group. Mrs. Bertie Acker, sponsor of Sigma Delta Pi, looks over the official club charter granted by the national group with James Everett, vice-president FACULTY Dr Truman Black Dr. Leonard M. Diana Dr. lason A. Ellis Richard l. Marquis Nolen Massey George W. Shupee, lr STUDENTS limmie Bell Fred COVGII Donald lohnson liir lg LZIDCQSTCV Dmfirl Ppinrson lil le" lYl.ll'fH'.'JSlKI "7i.f1! WI- trips,-r Sigma Gamma Epsilon The honorary earth science fraternity, Sig- ma Gamma Epsilon, sponsored field trips and lectures for area schools who requested them. They also offered the W. A. Tarr award, granted the Boy Stiff scholarship, and entered a float in the Homecoming parade. The group, only three years old, collects, numbers, and packages rock and mineral specimens for freshman labs. With 14 hours in geology, a 2.0 average in his major, and a 1.67 overall average, the student is eligible for member- ship. Sigma Gamma Epsilon members elected Fieg Lyle as their president, and Russell E. Clemens sponsored the group. 1-K nfl Gary Cooper . an ca. 4. .15 Lal Pat Hawkins Lauran Litton Flon Mallory Arla lo Payne A ve 1 v , iw X 'X -AX Sigma i Sigma Sigma Pi Sigma, a physics honor society. encourages professional development and scholarship in physics. The 12 members of the club went on field trips to Carswell Air Force Base and the General Dynamics Nu- clear Lab. Members must have six hours in physics, a 2.25 grade average in physics, and a 2.0 overall average. Officers are lack Lan- caster, president, lim L. Bell, Donald Johnson: and Fred Covert. William B. Self is sponsor. Z5 5 i XS 1 'i 4 5 . l 'J Creativity, coordinated by Colin Barnhorst, is an informal group which meets to share their creative work. SIGMA TAU DELTA OFFICERS. FRONT ROW: Claudia Cayton Csecretary-treas urerj, Sam Stevenson lpresidentj, Linda Sterner lvice presidentj. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Joyce Cochran lsponsorj, Dr. Margaret Lee Wiley lsponsorj. Not pictured: Sigma Tau elta Junior and senior English majors who have been recognized for their scholarship and leadership are offered membership into Sig- ma Tau Delta, the national English fraternity. Students must maintain a 2.0 in English and an overall average of 2.0 on a minimum of 60 hours of undergraduate work to be eligible. However, Mu Theta chapter local membership is open to all English majors and minors re- gardless of classification. Outstanding activities include the formation of Creativity, an all-student coordinated group which meets to write and to interpret or ap- preciate work of individual students. Creativ- ity is open to all students. Programs are presented at each monthly meeting by guest professors, and two in- stallation banquets are held each year after a candlelight initiation. This year the organiza- Mrs. Charles Flenniken lsponsorj, 'EIOD entered 3 CGI' in 'Clie l'lOmGCOlTllI'lQ pafade. SIGMA TAU DELTA. FRONT ROW: Mary Scott, Linda Harpster, Ro- Patricia Andrews, Mrs. Joyce Cochran, Dr. Margaret Lee Wiley. THIRD berta Marshall, Jerry Kamerud, Barbara Hollowell, Linda Sterner, Pat ROW: Claudia Cayton, Joe McCuIley, Sam Stevenson, Bob Loveless, Blankert, Brenda Knowles. SECOND ROW: Linda Foster, Ann Price, Jerry Mills, Wm, H. Hackman, Robert Covington. Colin Barnhorst, Jo Dean Johnson, Ardith Barnhorst, Sharon Jones, N... Fl . ...M 'V Q W :' f 5 ,JS W 'S 1 .., ......... if Q . . .,,-:Q W 44 ,5 'www if -V gf NW.. EW. V. , .. , ,, , 5 flex ' X f, J' ' svi vff 4 1335 ' ' w!'fq6'-,f'- , ga.: , . ,, I l I E l ? ix f 1 ,fav ,,. . ' ' f Y -Am . , fm I N -,f ' ykgf' A , W:- X fx.15,.,, . ' f' wiv My, 1f'4.fg'2 3 2 . A ,, 4 I A A, am, a ,,.... "P, , ,W x J 1 zz , :swf as 1-QS---'f?::, 1 , ,. Q,f,45gA5A V . ax , M, , ,iw ,- ., . , " 'A wi , vf, I, 91' ' ' v , M QQ ' " . V - I34 YYZWWWQS 'N "ii"-K ,.,.t.mw-ffM"""" z 39, 5 . is as-5' E:l.Qf,TT A ' ,jj --, A Lab and Directed by Dan Burkholder, the Lab Band played radio shows, concerts at Scott Theatre in Fort Worth, and the auditorium at UT Arlington. They also preformed on television in November. The group consists of professional musi- cians, 15 of whom are members of the Ameri- can Federation of Musicians, who work in various bands outside of school. I ntheir respective groups, members have played engagements at Six Flags over Texas and Six Flags over Georgia. Others have performed in Las Vegas and others with name bands throughout the United States. vu-W. Lab band rehearsal time finds Dan Burkholder, director, looking over music between numbers. LAB BAND. DIRECTOR: Dan Burkholder. FRONT ROW: Odom Davis, .lan Loven, Benjamin Christy, Leon Voyles, Charles Lundin, Moises Molina, Thomas Pryor, lose Prado, Cleve Smith, William Spruce. SECOND ROW: Curtis Aman, James Whatley, Rafael Rodrigues, John - - x-3397s-gy, xxhxx Brimer, David Alexander. THIRD ROW: Rush Robinson, Eric Dalton, Charles Hammond, Paul Vinton, Floyd Dakil. VOCALIST: Sally Soldo. Not Pictured: Robert Houston, Ray Raymond, Gene Woodard, Mark Emmick fvocalistj. Confusion and noise erupt into music as Lab Band practice gets under way. Small groups of around 25 students each chosen from the marching band alternate to perform at the pep rallies and other school events at which the entire marching band cannot participate. Bands Entertain In Field, Concert Both the marching and concert bands are under the direction of lack Mahan, head of the Music Department. Assistant director is William F. Postlethwaite. The marching band, along with its 122 in- strumentalists, consists of drum majors lohnny Carr, lr., Robert Newton, and Milton Strong, and six majorettes. The concert band, whose members are auditioned from the marching band, is an active group. During the year they partici- .,, pated in a concert December 11, and, during the spring semester, an Awards Concert at which two scholarships were given to seniors from Arlington and Sam Houston high schools. A tour in early April was another lvl... highlight of their years events. in-ung- MAIORETTES. lan Owen, Sandy Caffey, Karen Pollard, D Cheryl Ferguson, Linda MacDonald, Micky McCoy. JV5, 7' 'Rl' 2 MAHCHING BAND 331973 l TEIAS HALL !58'LUU"' 1 M .6 N 'Q 29----g 5 Nl' ., -M , , WMW., , f""'23f4v ff: gf? 4v 1fQ fffsfs5Aa .131 . ' 9 2,395 ri ...J ,, Nw. .. .... .if il A v ,X ., -4,6 .J f V5 Y -uv gf. ' I . 1 7 V- - . is a 'T"""""' w-vu..-,pup----...-..,f..c -M... N....,.....,... L -snmuunnq'-pq - L 4 lt. Q L... A CAPPELLA CHOIR. FRONT ROW: Cynthia Glass, Jan Niederer. Elaine Robbins, Kaye McDougald, Leigh Carr, Betty King, Janis Love- lace, Sally Soldo, Anne Tinsley, Diana Fuller, Robyn Wright lsocial chairmanj, Linda Chapman, Pat McGuire ltreasurerj, Mabel Guinn, Helen Cochran, Linda McCaskill, Gary Ebensberger ldirectorj. SEC- OND ROW: Pat Mathis, Karen Bryant, Mary Jane Baker, Diane Powell. Susan Elder, Elaine Reynolds, Elizabeth Hawkes, Cheryl Davis, Gwen- dolyn Lockwood, Peggy Baker, Julie Koerner, Jayne Lindy, Tina Barnett. Brenda Mayhew, Patti Elder, Paula Miner, Terre Miner. THIRD ROW: Randy Posey fvice-presidentj, Charles Hammond, Russell Chapman, Select Choruses Join in Concerts Directed by Gary Ebensberger, the A Cap- pella Choir presented its annual Christmas Concert, Spring Concert and various other activities throughout the year. Both on-campus concerts were held in the Theatre building with the Christmas concert featuring "Mass in G" by Franz Schubert as well as several numbers sung by the Holiday Singers, a group selected from the larger A Cappella Choir. Of special interest was a three-day tour taken during the spring in which UT Arling- ton's A Cappella Choir sang in the Hemis- fair at San Antonio. A Cappella Choir accompanist is Eliza- beth Hawkes and student director is Leon Voyles. Holiday Singers, selected members of the A Cappella Choir, are directed by Gary Ebensberger and are accompanied on the piano by Rush Robinson. A spring show by the Holiday Singers and the Lab Band presented popular music. The show was entitled "Up and Away UTA". Shows by the Holiday Singers also in- cluded performances at conventions, ban- guets, and country clubs, especially during the Christmas season. Payment for such pro- Qlrwiiis comes in the form of scholarship 'PlfUi'1rI to be used by the music depart- rr.. fi -rfmzal and choir scholarships. Mike Scheuermann, Jim Roper, Wes Kasper, Doug Smith, Charles Adams, Bob Austin, Doug Graham, Victor Michels, Steve Seate fsocial chairmanj, Robert Whiddon, Johnny McNellie, Greg Guthrie. FOURTH ROW: Ron Young, Mike Gathings, Bob Davis, Curtis McClean, Marc Emmick, Frank Mabry, Gary Noble, Sam Brown, Philip Hallmark, Johnny Johnson, Warren Bryant, Phillip Boullard, Billy Morris, David Vogel, Colin Wright. Not pictured: Christine Rutherford, Francine Simmons. Jorja Jackson Csecretaryj, Leon Voyles lpresidentj, Alden Pitman, Paul Shawver. Before the December 7 Christmas concert, a last-minute scene finds A Cappella choir members Terre Miner and lim Roper involved in their music. Holiday Singer soloists Gary Noble and Marc Emmick work with alumna Miss Persis Gary Eb9f'Sb9VQ9f directs both the A Cappella Forster during Homecoming style show entertainment. Choir and l'lOlid8y Singers in their Concerts. 'Fm cr.-1 Sl-'awe 1-'fn 155 Zh. BHVN5 HOLIDAY SINGERS. FRONT ROW: Mike Scheuermann, Sally Soldo, Christine Rutherford, Jorja Jackson, Mabel Guinn, Julie Koerner, Rush Robinson lpianistj. SECOND ROW: Randy Posey, Mary lane Baker, Elizabeth Hawkes, Terre Miner, Paula Miner, Gary Noble, lohnny McNellie. THIRD ROW: Gary Ebensberger ldirectorj, Marc Emmick, Steve Seate, Don Crowe, Billy Morris, Ron Young, Victor Michels. Not pictured: Colin Wright, Elaine Sharp. 1 it "5a s' ' 8 Ariouiins VERSITY THEATRE Little Theatre group asks for show of tickets in a clever advertising campaign for the fall play. Little Theatre Little Theatre consists of two classes taught by Richard L. Slaughter and Thomas L. Fisher, who also direct plays presented by Little Theatre members. As an accredited course, Little Theatre meets for class periods and as many hours after class as is necessary for planning and rehearsing parts. The fall play, "The Lark", by lean Anouilh, was the first of several produced by this group. Presented was loan of Arc's trial in which the testimony was flashbacks recount- ing the events of her life, Play production staff, also Little Theatre members, worked on costumes, scenery, and lighting. Student director was Linda Ware, and whige manager was Tommy Beene. leading parts were played by Cyndy 9i.-eriii5iii loan, Charles Brim as War- iifqlt ini' fini Schropshire as Charles. The lighting is setg the stage is ready. Make up and get to work-"The Lark is almost ready to begin lil -I li: , -I mi Il I 1 if ,R T VG' Y Z 5 l jQ.Qs'!i.?.!mi Gini Ellett, as Charles' mother-in-law, and Cheryl Ford, as Charles' mistress, Practice a new dance in "The Lark," Richard Slaughter and Tom Fisher work with the Little Theatre classes to present plays W 5523. 1 ml, f F gt I H-ti '19 , 74 -2 5 t Q F. It ttfsfli' A .--fa - , Q King Charles of France must rest off stage just as everyone else, The part was played by Tim Shropshire. 'K . ' f fl iff 1,25 if V- RW I fx ',x., 'N MI - if LL n, f , I n .Q 1 il" Ki, ki '25 'X 4. 4 fg Q 4 9: 59 ' y . Mya? I A 44. MSE K' N? x"'QI in si' I in o D-1. 5 inf' -lx 1 3 1 ' , - Eau M L A , V - "'-in K wc""'f '1'Qn.L ,Muni in-.w, PER O ALITIE Winning follows the waiting while votes are tallied and judges decide. Campaign signs are downg ballots all are markedg judges have examined all the entries. Winning is the moment when they tell me I'm the one! Grinning friends and their congratulations overwhelm me. I guess that I'm a "personality" now, a funny word to mean that because I represent the others, people that l've never seen before know my name. And l must make them proud of me. ,-'ve , 1 Fnivomt ' HF Campaigns, Contests Determine Winners ill tllllll . ,ttf .fa Colorful campaign signs lining the sidewalks flashed names, photographs, ballot numbers, and club colors to lure voters for the fall elections, Student elections and a beauty contest drew more than 270 candidates this year. but, as always, only a few could emerge as winners. In the middle of October, candidates for Miss Dixie Bell, favorites, freshmen cheerleaders, and frosh officers began their campaigning, while colorful campaign signs sprang up on every available space of grass around the campus. Student elections were held after a week of vigorous campaigning by all the candidates. Voters cast their bal- lots in the student center on two days. This was the first year that freshmen cheer- leaders have been elected. Fifty-five girls ran for four positions as yell-leaders and seven- teen boys for the four male places. The win- ning group of eight adopted blue and white uniforms and began leading yells at junior varsity football and basketball games. At the same time, 133 girls were judged in the preliminaries of the Reveille Beauty Contest. Of the girls judged in the prelimin- aries, 30 were selected as semi-finalists. From this group, eight were chosen as Reveille Beauties in the final round of judging. The girls were rated on face, figure, posture, hair, apparel, and grooming. ivjffkwr Semifinalists Karen Pollard and Lory Bowles add last-minute touches before the REVEILLE Beauty Finals. "."l"1 to ss .ffj'AE?W .f,,e,t ifv xilmw -AM' 1 Q 3 'Q W ,, To climax a week of feverish campaigning in October, almost 13M of the students enrolled cast their votes to elect a number of campus representatives. J N Q A ww 1 1 Jw X fi f I ffl", ' J! fg , , ' 6 2 1' ,I Q , .-f 3 ' . 1 . it st 4, e ' A F35 . It 'Y gkgjzf . ,vm . V 1 ' fs , W X N"W'4!GMmaw- ' t'f Contemplating one of the 733 contestants in the Reveille Beauty Preliminaries are three attentive judges-Kent Gardner, assistant dean of student lifeg Ernest Leister, sponsor of student publicationsg and Dr, Richard Tucker, civil engineering professor. Rosanne Heinze, smiling entry in the Rev- eille Beauty Preliminaries, pauses for the judges' inspection, I45 Sandra riffin Alpha Sigma Chi Sandra is a sophomore business major who plans to teach speech. Originally from Wichita Falls, she now lives in Arlington. Other campus honors for her besides Reyeille Beauty include Rebel Cheerleader and third runner-up to Best-Dressed Coed. Sandra, 19, is a mem- ber ot Les Choisies sorority. l 4 'Qs--as 'ffl I 4 f wx aff' -Q. A Q ' VX , fig, Qt" l Xl: f 'T t X 1, HA wi Al , it ,ff gs l nm an i' " Z. A is REVEILLE BEAUTIE Terri Bittner Sans Souci Terri is a 19-year-old sophomore from Corsicana. She plans to teach history at either high school or college level. Terri participates in Phi Kappa Theta and Sans Souci sorority. Her sorority honored her last spring by electing her Outstanding Pledge. Lory Bowles RE EILLE Phi Mu Lory, a senior English major, commutes each day from l-lurst. She plans to work in a publishing company after she graduates and dreams of writing the "great American novel." She is active in Phi Mu sorority, and she serves as a Panhellenic delegate. Lory is also a member ofthe Newman Club and sweetheart of the American Society of Civil Engineers. She is a former sweetheart to Delta Sigma Pi and a member of Phi Kappa Theta. BEAUTIE Jan Hart En Ami Jan is a senior history major from Breckenridge whose future plans include graduate school. Last year she was a member of the Student Activities Board, chairman of the Ftulee Committee in Student Government, and parlia- mentarian of En Ami. She is now involved with her sorority and with the Methodist Student Center. J cri Lynn Mahan Avolonte leri is a sophomore speech and drama major from lrving who lives in Lipscomb Hall dormitory. She plans to teach speech and drama in high school. ln other contests leri, an Avolonte, has won as first runner-up in the Miss Irving Pageant and third runner-up to Best-Dressed Coed. BEA TIE Barbara Stuart Delta Upsilon Barbara, a junior English major from Dallas, is a member of Les Choisies. She hopes to teach under-priviliged children after graduation. Barbara won the Miss Waxa- hachie title for 1967 and was second runner-up to Miss Arlington and first runner-up to Miss Oak Cliff. This is Barbara's second year as a Beveille Beauty. Sweetheart of Delta Upsilon, she was sponsored by that fraternity. Melanie Wood Alpha Sigma Chi Melanie is a sophomore Spanish major and hopes to ob- tain a job as an airline stewardess and later as a high school teacher. As a stewardess, she hopes to be based in Spain or Portugal. Melanie, a Les Choisies pledge, was also named Miss Flame of Arlington and Miss Flame of Tarrant County. REVEILLE BE TE Linda Atkins Sans Souci Linda is a sophomore elementary education major who commutes daily from Grand Prairie. Only three days after she was named a favorite in the fall elections, she was selected as a Fieveille Beauty. A member of Sans Souci, Linda is an avid badminton player and a member ofthe Inter-Collegiate Badminton Team. 4 6 is Z. .L J 1 -in X 3 Wkykw' mi: fi .V - f af Vw ss WYQVQ .-Lf s ft xx jx K N Mg? K fx 4 f f We N 4 if 11.7, , It ,, ., , . 'A' v, 'f 2 ,Q ,ew Q gs, '1 Q' 1 14 F VQRITE Sall Soldo Jim McCoy 4 K ai I X 'f X. aw X xi X US? ' 5 af i f i ' -W K- ,Y 'Q 5-J." 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Y, Lauren Litton, Geology ff K Gregory Smith, Chemistry N M4 in fix Steven Shaw, Economics ni X . wiv ,Na E2 0 x' . x w Bill Staton, Mathematics Bill N. Griffin, Biology Gerald Wayne Brooks, Business f A , " Wi ., 1 'Qi f lg up Lowell D. Theesfeld, Accounting -. -T' ii i I ,u , , ,..,,?'ggg i- 'M 1' l'dMv' f 'E QWU- E S X ,Mr mmm if' , WN I ' Q LA Y ' ,,i,, ,W M ., 175:34--,5,q..'-f., ,yvhf I ,'g-LP.-,hQ,,,, 1:57, ,gn -5 gf: Q 'V , ' - 21,1 Robert Gary Miller, Architecture Ronald Koonsman, sig' Q" - 4 ,,., "Wu-,..i. Industrial Engineering I66 1-,1lnlM"Qq.l'3 BVUC9 MQYGV- 50U"fi9ii5m David Skipper, Military Science '-wg' fi, M, Mg re? NJ I ,QJ 1' 5 4 si 2 A A I7 me 'i ,A.,,, ' A v ,,,,,,,, - X A A., my V Q We if-E H t 1 H I E 'I"'A 'Q ' Q " ".'- N . .. "Fifi" " X 9 ' .," 2 vvv-.! f , , Q 3 S ,. X A,,,4.A ti , A v in Q g 1 3 'Q K' ZW ivf MMUF i,,6 Q Gerald Nimerick, Technical Institute 4 1 A 9 ' Q 9-EL .A 1 x ' sa l e PQ 057 u l James K. Gardner, Aerospace Engineering Norman E. Corbitt, Civil Engineering ho's Who Leroy Thompson, Electrical Engineering 193- ' . cw I 6. 41. l' Yrs. ag, K . X ,ir Wk Diana Durling, Sociology Sam Stevenson, English :W 7' qv-nr' ,im Jack Powell, Physics l-lush Robinson, Music 4 ,,.-fm, ,ff tg L " f ii , Y 7 QJW ,,- . 'WK Charles Krebbs, Philosophy Shirley I-Iarpster, Government Mary Fagan, Education hogs Who f Y 'Q mi me Suzanne Justice, History vni x Que Q syn-Y 3 N allots Determine Miss Dixie Belle The ballots were cast and counted several weeks before lorja Jackson was presented as Miss Dixie Belle during half-time ceremonies of the 1967 Homecoming game. Being one of the official hostesses for UT Arlington heads the list of many honors for lorja, a junior English major from Grand Prairie. lorja is Avolonte vice-president and pledge trainer, a member of Holiday Singers and A Capella choir, and was a finalist in the Reveille Beauty contest. Miss Dixie Belle acts as a hostess with Miss UTA and Johnny Beb. 1 . ., 'J ohnn eb S mbolizcs Rebel Spirit x X 'fe 'ZS as X + 77 f fzwffip , A is 5 MJ' J, 4,5547 X57 ,,,5,, , f ,. ,, 1- "r.,- - ., g,t?'?Q f ' is 4 .5 S rw ' .X . . ., ,.- S 2 H I S . vg',-'if ,SQ , V ' f' Q N A 8 W .. it 5 iw- X in 'f xv 1 N! fe gf 1 fx t , P' ' S '. egg' X N xgmwmv si. A lxxs-sw X Robert Hale, a senior from Lubbock, don- ned a Confederate uniform this year to be- come Johnny Reb, UT Arlington's symbol of school spirit. Robert, a history major, is a member of Alpha Sigma Chi and serves as their intramural director. He was a school favorite last year, San Souci beau, vice-presi- dent of Lee House, a member of the varsity basketball team, and freshman basketball coach. As Johnny Reb, Robert rides a white horse around the field at football games, gives talks at pep rallies, and represents the school off campus on a university level, Johnny Reb speaks at area high schools and welcomes new students at freshman orientation. Robert, in his job as Johnny Reb, represents the stu- dent body by serving as a member at large of Student Activities Board and Student Government. Robert was chosen by the student body during spring elections. He serves as an of- ficial school host. i ,--f' A. ..-"1 . ,. wwf ff, gil? . - 1 A - . Aj, w az. , +V xxx A2-4, x 9, wg k Q 'P Q , iw ,,,.....,- f 1 , iggfgf '57 M S -4 -'r 'Q ' , . 3,- ff x. N.. wtfibm W rx f...Q,, ,au 43' 42' ,ff ,1 ,,,g , f 3 S l 5 : . 51 f PM ,p'a Wa 1 :N ff, X s Www 5 , A , ,"ElYi.,' ks WT: J if . H - ,A-. - A ,,MM,M, ., , If W M W .N if , wg, , - Q 1 f , qZ,,,,,RM . A gmt A ag T - ,4 ,.., , W X ,W E 1 1 'f J 4' 5 3' Nr -Fua i - ff Q f i ' 5 1 , A 34159 3 W? f 45 , . A.A,1 ..., , ' - Z '-f32:13s5Ezf?Ef 3 ,565 Af , 5 ..,. ' ' Q, . AQQQQW N , P f.::..s.vzyy:x:s' -wma -G FH? Swv! 1 gmf Eh. 4 'x i 0 Waits, Miss UTA Voted Campus Hostess This year's Miss UT Arlington is Cindi Coulson of Arlington. Cindi, a junior, lives in Lee House and is a member of Les Choisies sorority. She is Kappa Sigma sweetheart and a former cheerleader. She was UT Arlington's candidate for Pecan Bowl Queen. As Miss UT Arlington, Cindi is the official school hostess. She welcomes visiting dig- nitaries to campus functions and represents the school at off-campus activities. She speaks to new students at Freshman Orienta- tion and visits area high schools to inform senior students of campus life at UT Arling- ton, encouraging them to attend school here. Miss UT Arlington is selected by the student body in spring elections, sharing hostess hon- ors with Miss Dixie Belle and Johnny Reb. i 1 . Y -f '53 ' Q -9 - - if A. , i Xl 4 .3 'NR S 7-an ' A '1'-'I , ,, N .. 1.-1 . 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Contestants, who appeared in sports outfits, date dresses, and after-five attire, were rated on each en- semble and given bonus points for grooming and general appearance. Judges for the event were Mrs. Louise Woerner, director of public relations from Titches, Ken Whitt, director of public information at UT Arlington, and Mrs. Mary Taylor, an instructor from John Robert Powers. White patent shoes and purse accent Barbara's pink and white window-pane plaid suit and ruffled blouse. fo 4 Xl Combining a navy, orange, and yellow color scheme, Barbara wears plaid jumper pants and knee socks for sports events, For after-five festivities, Barbara dresses in black and white crepe with a wide green satin belt and carries a green cocktail bag. 1 .ap ,At ATHLETICS la x-N, I 5 I W?fjf"v Q 4 '- 1 .ia 'vi W B 5 , ,wx.k,,,,gpf Z 4- D U VK.. :- ' Tex :M ' Y fs T . 4 'C -' A I 5 A: The final seconds fade and the outcome is known. I'm weary if we win and weary if we lose, for whether I play or whether I watch, I empty myself to the game. After hopeful brave beginnings and the clash of new encounters, relentlessly the clock pulls us on, drawing all the tension taut within me And how sublime are the struggles and the shouts of the sport! Yet but a brief moment more, with a final brave exertion, and the game is done... and we have won. FOOTBALL E Q... ,-A nr'-""" ,...-ur 'W-"""' sal 77 Ll: ,Kit J 'F Q 5 "" " f K xff3f?s5fs,,ft.,-.fff V' mir! fi 3 . f xzgmtzv-r Vw? M ' : Q . . . B X f AB 4:-""""" WMQ'-Why, KEN RILEY JERRY MCLAUGHLIN llM SHERIDAN MONTY TOLLESON ROBERT WILLBANKS two years two years two years two years three years All-American Robert Hale, as lohnny Reb, reioices over a Rebel touch- down with Sandra Griffin and Paddy Byrd. iablos Downcd As Luft Excels An error-filled game at Memorial Stadium on September 16 revealed that the brand-new UT Arlington football squad meant business as they bested Los Angeles State by three points in their season opener. With 8:55 remaining in the first half, punter and place-kicker Skipper Butler booted a 35- yard field goal to put the Rebels ahead in the game against the Diablos. A plunge by leading rusher Keith Luft and a quarterback sneak by Mike Baylor put the game out of reach for the Rebs. The defen- sive unit did outstanding work as they held LA to only one more score, making the final tally read Rebs 17, LA 14. Leaders on offensewere Luft and Baylor who racked up a total of 246 yards for the Rebels. Defensive standouts were linemen Jerry McLaughlin and Bob Diem, and inter- ception whiz Robert Willbanks. gg A, M. W . i .W Fullback Danny Griffin l33j catches a pass as a startled Diablo turns around T'-rum. FRED DOEHR BOB DIEM SKIPPEB BUTLEB two years three years two years All-American -A--st' , M ' f'A ,it Xv f A A tb . 1 has-f P T3 F5 l V I A ' r ,V 91 ' ' V Q.- ,di-irq. r. kwxtbfwr Tailback Keith Luft and his teammates become absorbed in a close game. 4? MlKE BUCHANAN BONNIE TUETS two years two years cbs Bug time vcr Ags, 15-l4 The theory that a good big man can whip a good small man anytime went out the win- dow on September 23, as the UT Arlington Rebels edged powerful New Mexico State University, 15-14. Scoring began on a 70-yard touchdown run by Aggie Doug Dalton. However, the Fiebs marched 80 yards back down the field on their second series of downs to knot the score at 7-7. After NMSU had gone ahead on a pass play early in the third, all seemed lost. But a fumble recovered at the Heb 23 sparked UT Arlington to another TD, led by sophomore Flonnie Faulkner. Then, with starting QB Mike Baylor at the controls again, the Rebels con- verted for the winning two points on a catch by wingback Mike Buchanan. The game ended with the Flebs on top, 15-14. Robert Willbanks M52 tries to evade two Aggies in the NMSU game. :"'V'f' , 4- K .,,Q.n R 4 N S XNJ' Wwe, ,F if QA . ,.. fu . e. . ' - K4-" W- ' ay ,V ss. xr ' ,, ' - 11 1 . it , .ia gs, .f-3 r . ,ge l, .1 3 'L"f'l' Q-.my V ,ktitff 1 1, f A if ' 3 Mike Kline, a wingback from ETSU, is collared soundly by a Reb defensive man. Tackle Ken Riley l 751 pounces unmercifully upon a hapless Lion during play of the Reb's third straight win. RONNIE FAULKNER FRED GOUGH JERRY MASSEY one year two years one year Q9-'Q Y cbs vcrcomc ast exas,7-6 On September 30, UT Arlington went into a football game with a number seven rating among the nation's small colleges. But wor- ries about losing this prestige were erased that night, as the Rebels downed East Texas State 7-6. The game went scoreless for nearly three quarters, when, with 4:41 remaining, ETSU kicked a 26-yard field goal, making the score 3-O. Then, to make matters worse, the Lions booted another early in the fourth to give them a six-point advantage. Directly after this score, sophomore quar- terback Ronnie Faulkner marched the Rebels to a touchdown made on a pass play to Mike Buchanan with a scant 1:42 left. Skipper Butler then kicked the vital extra point and the Rebs won, 7-6. Outstanding on offense was Faulkner, who racked up 53 passing yards in eight attempts, and Keith Luft, with a rushing total of 63 yards. Defensive leaders were linebacker Monty Tolleson and rover Mike Stamps. TROY PATRIDGE RICHARD NORWOOD one year three years "Q""P""' 'fv- wr-only" K-v tuna., 1 -4:4 " ' :1- . JZ- 2' , rg if , A E' .,-nn' MIKE STAMPS IIM MARCUM DAVID MILLER BILLY STEWART RONNIE CALLAWAY two years two years two years N lx. V 4. Q. 'A wg ,.. wfr ,Q N 75519 X Q it -M aw' M Q '-I Rirrhard Norwood, although taking a breather, is absorbed in the game. two ye8f'S two yE'3fS IVISC Victim of Victorious Rebs The Rebels journeyed to Lake Charles, Louisiana, on Saturday, October 7, and staved off a Cowboy attack for three quarters to thwart McNeese State College, 17-16. Scoring began on a Cowboy run for six points, climaxing an 81-yard drive by Mc- Neese, who later kicked a field goal to go ahead 10-O at the half. The Rebs came back in'the third to make the score read 10-7 on a run by Luft, but the stubborn Cowboys retaliated by running their tally up to 16. Finally, UT Arlington succeeded in narrowing their lead to 16-14, and then capped the affair on a field goal by Skipper Butler. Quarterback Mike Baylor was named of- fensive player of the week by the Quarter- back Club, which also singled out tackle Jimmy Stoehr as the best defensive man. Jimmy Thomas shows fine pass-catching form here. I 1 nzmm:n-at., av-,vw ,- Tarleton Thrown, 37-7, b Rebels UT Arlington finally became tired of those nip-and-tuck ball games on Saturday, Octo- ber 14, when they trounced Tarleton State College 37-7 before 8,500 at home. The Bebels began scoring on their first series of downs, sneaking tailback Tim Chris- ty over right tackle, scored again on a rollout from quarterback Mike Baylor from the five shortly after, and then made the score 28-O at the half on a 56-yard pass play to end Jimmy Thomas and another on a run by Baylor. Shortly after the second half opened, Rebel Mickey Eddleman ran back a punt untouched for the fifth TD of the evening, and TSC got on the ball, finally scoring on a fourth and goal situation on a toss from Texan l. D. Mc- Mahon to Harlan Wunsch. With the score 34-7, Skipper Butler booted a 31-yard field goal to end the scoring late in the game and UT Arlington emerged, 37-7. Outstanding on offense were Baylor and Thomas, while the defensive standouts for the evening were Jimmy Stoehr and Billy Mit- chell. JIMMY STOEHFT TIM CHRISTY one year one year All M Ngp0l"f I .. , i 1 ' si' Ronnie Tufts C251 Bob Diem T631 Fred Doerr 5132, and Robert Willbanks T451 watch the coin toss. Trinit Dropped, 31-16, by ebels The Rebels journeyed to San Antonio on Saturday, October 21, and whipped the Trinity University Tigers, 31-16, to remain unde- feated. The Bebs won an early 8-O lead on a pass to wingback Mike Buchanan, who also ran for the extra points. End Jimmy Thomas gathered in another pass a little later to score again, but the Tigers retaliated in the third quarter by storm- ing to the Arlington goal to put them out front 16-15. Two minutes later, however, Reb linebacker lim Sheridan intercepted a Tiger pass and returned it for a TD, putting Arlington ahead to stay. The two tallies that finished the game came on a 34-yard field goal by Skipper Butler and a touchdown pass from Baylor to Thomas. Of special interest in this game was Baylor, who was voted Southland Conference Player of the Week, for his 209 aerial yards. Rebel coach Charlie Qualls works his boys out in blocking maneuvers. The UT Arlington Rebels worked out daily during the 1967 season, stressing stamina, agility, and strength. Several boys, mostly defensive linemen, worked out on their own in the gym, trying, according to head coach Burley Bearden, "to make them- selves just a little bit stronger and a little bit tougher," BOBEBT OVERTON DANNY GBIFFIN WELDON OBISHAM DICK l-IILL GBEG BAILEY two years two Years two years two years three years 1 1 sal A , 41? ' "- q ! we - "ff rw 7 ARTHUR HOBBS CHARLES SOLADAY MIKE BAYLOR KEITH LUFT lIlv1MY THOMAS three years three years two years S Gets Nod As Rebels Lose The nationally-ranked UT Arlington Rebels were handed their first setback of the 1967 season on Gctober 28 when they were stopped cold by West Texas State, 37-27. The Rebs, plagued with troubles all night, lost two points nearly at the outset of the game when WTS gained a safety. Shortly thereafter, West Texas scored again, upping their lead to 9-O. Finally, as the quarter drew to a close, the Rebels scored on a run by Danny Griffin. But. as fate would have it, the PAT try was blocked and Arlington still trailed. By the start of the fourth quarter, WTS had amassed its 37 points, while the Rebs had only 13. With 4:43 left in the game, Griffin ran for six, but a two-point conversion try was unsuccessful. Then, with only one second left, A Rebel defensive man stands ready to intercept a scampering WTS player. lVlll'Y9 Baylor SC0V9Cl TVOITI the One and ran for Unfortunately, the Buffaloes hadlseveral such scampers on their way to defeating two to end the tilt at 37-27, UT Arlington, .,N,Nx ,pf These four, Bob Diem, Robert Willbanks, Burley Bearden fcoachj, Jimmy Thomas, and Mike Baylor all finished the 7967 season by attaining either all-American or honorable mention status. tl A ,X End Jimmy Thomas grimaces after being grabbed by ACC pass defender, l w ' .' itll :WJ drops a pass as Abilene player falls against him. Wildcats Downed 34-7 b rlington The Abilene Christian Wildcats were out of luck on Saturday, November 4, as the UT Arlington Flebels swept to an easy 34-7 vic- tory before l0,500 at Memorial Stadium, site of the Arlington Homecoming clash. The 'Cats won an early 7-0 lead on a run by ACC QB David Fuller. However, the Bebs came right back, tied it up on a fantastic 80- yard toss from Baylor to Jimmy Thomas, went ahead on a 75-yarder to Dick Hill, and then made the score a round 20-7 on another pass to Thomas. Directly after, quarterback Baylor ran one across from the three-yard-line to add insult to injury, and then, with Bonnie Faulkner in for Baylor, Mike Buchanan scored with 0:05 left in the game to put the Bebs out of reach. Honored by the Southland Conference that week as outstanding players were Mike Baylor again, on offense, and David Miller. defensive end for the Bebs. D 1 I C X EK. ' I . . il -. f 9 t gi lx X s ,Aix Rebel Dick Hill strains to pull in a crucial toss. The ya f .N t .f t ts: than it fl 35 in 7 , X, QW -53 , - 1 ' 1 4 ., 1 gb if 7 II i ll ... '-E his if f ASU end Gerald lumper reaches for a pass in the Reb-Arkansas tilt. ry' " Quarterback Mike Baylor is snowed under . 4i,,,,,,,,1 1 5-E5 ff .t ft- ttf' at we s,.,,t,,, ,,f...., A ' jA,1'f , nfs-4-'Q V, 3 fftvgl L,,,f'I 1 -7-H 1 I fm y f,g,,mt ,,,,3, new K .A 5 my gh 'tts-,,q-QQQWA, 'W' by Arkansas defenders. ver A U,16-14 The wet, muddy Rebels found that an inch was as good as a mile as they edged Arkan- sas State University 16-14 in Jonesboro, Ar- kansas on November 11 amid rain and muck. Scoring came first on a four-yard run by quarterback Mike Baylor with the point after by Skip Butler. Butler figured heavily in the game by placing three field goals between the uprights for a league record. In retaliation, the Indians scored on first and goal, and, with the score thus knotted 7-7, Butler came in to up the Confederate lead to 10-7 at the half. Two more field goals, both by Butler, gave the Bebe all the lead they were going to get as Arkansas nibbled at the lead after a run by Indian Frank lvlcGuigan, leaving the score 16-14. A last-minute field goal attempt by the Indians went wide, and hence the Flebs had their eighth win of the year. Jimmy Thomas struggles to break a Cardinal Thomas T881 and lim Marcum l42j hoist Coach Burley Bearden upon their shoulders. tackle in SLC championship game. Rebs Deal Cards 16-110 Conference Loss i filti-r clinching the Southland Conference championship. UT Arlington claimed its first undisputed Southland Conference championship on No- vember 18 when they boxed up the Lamar Tech Cardinals, 16-10. Fullback Danny Griffin and punter Skip Butler put on a scoring show that enabled the Flebs to win, as Griffin bounded for 215 yards rushing. Butler accounted for extra points and three field goals. The initial score, late in the first quarter. came on a 10-yard touchdown pass from QB Baylor to wingback Mike Buchanan, and But- ler then tacked on his three field goals, The Cardinals succeeded in tying the Bebs at one point in the game, 10-10, but that was as far as they ever got. lim lvlarcum intercepted a crucial Cardinal toss with 2:09 remaining and offensive guard Greg Bailey recovered a fumbled punt with 1:31 remaining to help the Bebels win the "big one." eb Team Scores Pecan Bowl Win In 27-degree weather, the University of Texas at Arlington played their first post- season bowl game as a senior college on Decembr 16 and trounced the North Dakota State Bisons, 13-O. Dubbed the Pecan Bowl and played in Abilene, this televised game was played in the midst of ice and snow and pitted the Rebels against the no. 2 small college in the nation. Scoring began on a run by Danny Griffin with 1:23 left in the first half, following a botched PAT attempt. The ensuing minutes, until a six-yard TD by tailback Keith Luft late in the fourth, were electrified by the rough defensive maneuvering of the Fiebs, who held the Bisons' no. 1 offense to only 106 total rushing. Cheerleaders Paddy Byrd and Sandra Griffin evoke response from the 7500 fans seated in K -E , 14. Season Qffered Keen pposition for ebs f KJ' Qsxlelt 31 lohn Shelton, rated as UT Arlington's best defensive man, races for a basket after stealing the ball from Texas Tech in inter-sectional play. Although the 1967-68 basketball season did not prove to be a fruitful one for the UT Arlington Rebels, they were at least able to try their luck against more formidable foes than in previous years. Expanding their perspective all the way into the Southwest Conference, the Fiebs played such "big-name" teams as Texas Tech, Bay- lor, and even the first ranked-nationally Uni- versity of Houston. Indications are that UT Arlington will con- tinue in this "big-name foe" policy in years to com-eg this is the aim of the athletic depart- ment. As the University of Texas at Arlington grows, then, so must its stature, scholastically and athletically, in basketball and other var- sity sports. 'Y R 2- -.sf ,A -,. r , 0 , . at 'ta I ..- ,gm W, A., ., f Q.,- ., .WM 5. l An eager Texas Tech cager awaits the descent of a l loose ball. The game was televised statewide. 9 2 W g f Trying to outjump his opponent, lohn Shelton battles 1 with a Tech player for possession of the ball. Sophomore guard Mike Collinsworth leaps for a shot against TWC. Collinsworth made a total 76 points in the game. , ff ,ff X l kt rg David Wollenman Eddie Stallings A minuet is seemingly enacted here as junior Gene Wilson collides with other players. WN ,,..-v-v-'H' X Texas Wesleyan ivides Matches The University of Texas at'Arlington bas- ketball squad split a pair of cage battles with the Texas Wesleyan College Rams on De- cember 13 and January 30, 110-101, and 113- 109, respectively. On December 13 the hard-hitting Rams crushed the Rebels despite heroic efforts on the parts of Terry George C22 pointsj, Mike Collinsworth C16 pointsD, and Joe Gary Smith C14 points.j In a game at home on January 30, the Flebs outlasted TWC in overtime to take the game. Sophomore Eddie Stallings saved the day often in the thriller, most notably with six seconds left when he made a basket, tying the score and sending both teams into over- time. Stallings led the Rebs with 37 points while Travis Johnson of Texas Wesleyan led his team with 27 points. ebs Lose Two To ET Lions The Lions of East Texas State University bested the UT Arlington Rebels in two en- counters during the 1967-68 season, the first being on December 14 in Arlington and the second on January 3 in Commerce. ln the game on home ground, the Rebs were bolstered by leading scorers Mike Col- linsworth C14 pointsj, John Shelton C16 pointsj, and Eddie Stallings C13 pointsj. The Reb-els lost the game, 74-68. At Commerce the Flebs led 32-29 at the half, but eventually fell victim to the Lions by the narrow margin of 63-61. Stallings again led his team in scoring, with 24 points. John Shelton ran second with 14 points. Senior Terry George guards his man in the game against East Texas. John Shelton races to receive an underhanded pass from a teammate LE:-il. I Rebs Drop air To Midwestern The University of Texas at Arlington lost a close one to Midwestern University in an exciting game that reached a 95-90 climax. The Fiebs, who led 42-41 at the half, were forced to accept the final score despite out- standing performances on the part of several ofthe players. Junior Gene Wilson was high point man with 20 points while Eddie Stallings was sec- ond with a total 15 points. In a rematch with the Indians on December 20, the Rebels were again tripped, this time by a score of 90-84. Larry Oakes had his finest game of the season against Midwestern, scoring 18 points. Joe Gary Smith and John Shelton netted 15 points each. wail' fix ivliflwr--stiar'ii cnger tries to apprehend Joe Gary Smith tlifl xii, Smith steals the ball. ,Q ,r-mi , p 095'-73?3??f 31, 1, ' 2 Forward-center Larry Oakes M21 grimaces as he moves to block his man. Backing him is Shelton t32j. 1 gay ,ff Sophomore Larry Dunn M41 struggles with a Midwestern player, rlington Whipped wicc By Rams In matches against Angelo State, on De- cember 16 and 21, UT Arlington was beaten twice, by scores of 86-82 and 116-108 re- spectively. ln the first encounter with the Rams, the Rebels led in field goals by a margin of 34-32. They were led in scoring by sophomore Eddie Stallings, with 22 points, junior lohn Shelton, with 18 points, and by senior Terry George, with 14 points. On December 21, Shelton was again among the high scorers, bouncing in 28 points' worth of baskets. He was followed closely by team- mate Stallings, who gathered 20 points. The Rebs led by as many as 15 points once in the first half, but succumbed to the power- ful Rams, 116-108 Guard Mike Ljollinsworth U42 jumps for a field goal against Angelo State. The Rams won, 86-82. Junior Larry Oakes M21 strains to take a basket in the UT Arlington Angelo State game Oakes plays forward-center X 6, S, , F, B3 ,f ff 4 ft.'5.,g , ' , ffm ' N"f"JQlT m O EEN wxxu f N ., 4 1..- ,XX N M x -fwsxfxvw X 1 S WX X 0 tl. -,,. I ' MMM tg f ,Qu M3 WM' 5 -- 4'f'f3""' Mmm' N ,,- - ! , 'W we .,,. y ,I is I r M I vi Wm.-.-Manu ' if af i ,Qtr rj I , 5 : X fi.. l W If ....- t 3 2 .if 'ref 1' 1 r--i-,. 1 .ft 2 Larry Dunn Mike Hunter ' A """U79Q-f-E':':!7-ifwmh-" Y if 4 ll W? lt, . .ft,,,,4AMQ3:v, 'a5,.,Nj1Wy., qs, fi ?n. .51........,,,,, f sf X ll! Four Rebel cheerleaders sound out a spirited yell as Coach Barry Dowd confers with UT Arlington players, In this game, ASU was victorious, 73-65. ll , w ary 3 3 devel lohn Shelton Terry GGOVQQ Rcbs Lose Pair To A U Indians The Southland Conference race got under- way for the UT Arlington Flebs when they squared off against Arkansas State on Janu- ary 6 and then met them again on February 10. The scores of the games were 83-77, and 73-65, respectively. Eddie Stallings had a very good night against ASU in the first outing, scoring a total of 29 points. In the second encounter, UT Arlington was overtaken by the determined Indians. The Flebs had led for most of the game. Stallings again paced his team in this tilt, bucketing 24 points. He was followed by for- ward-guard lohn Shelton, who contributed 15 points to the cause. S Reb cagers Larry Oakes and Gene Wilson struggle to retain possession of a slippery basketball. 1 A grotesque dance is seemingly enacted here as Larry Oakes T422 offers a team- mate the ball. Trinity University was upset in- this game, 94-89. Gene Wilson is again in on a crucial Reb move, trying to effect a rebound. Trinity Compcllcd To Split atches The UT Arlington Fiebels took on the Trinity Tigers twice during the 1967-68 season, and were able to split the pair with them, 102-95 and 94-89. The first encounter, on January 8, pitted the Confederates against a seventh-ranked small college foe. The Tigers rallied from an 11- point deficit to overcome Arlington, 102-95. ln the next meeting, in San Antonio, the fired-up Rebs downed the fifth-ranked among small colleges, 94-89. lt was an upset and was due very largely to outstanding performances by Stallings C31 pointsj, Shelton C15 pointsj, and Wilson C15 pointsj, l lunior Larry Oakes leaps into the air to attempt a two- point field goal over a Trinity man's protests. 'wil i-5,1 'S A' T Coach Barry Dowd speaks to a television sportscaster before the Lamar Tech game. The game was seen over KDTV, UHF, channel 39, located in Dallas. Abilene Blisters Rebels, 86-76 UT Arlington traveled to Abilene on Febru- ary 23 to try to improve its 0-2 SLC mark. but the ACC Wildcats proved their worth by blistering the Ftebs 86-76. Although the Rebels trailed by 11 points at the half, they came back and outscored ACC in the second go-round. However they could not overcome the Wildcats' lead. The story was essentially the same on Feb- ruary 20, when the Conference leading Wild- cats again dumped UT Arlington, this time 101-80. By the half, they had built up a 15-point advantage, and the frustrated Flebs could only diminish it by five points at any time in the game. Leading scorers in these games were Gene Wilson, lohn Shelton, and Eddie Stallings. f J 1 i If .i.X' 'I x Q . , . init C.-I.-uv Smith takes a tumble during the Lamar Tech game. Hit in mid-air, lohn Shelton f32J winces and loses the ball. 61 We Bal at John Shelton T322 and Gene Wilson C4Oj struggle with a Lamar Tech cager for Rebels Dumped By Lamar Tech On February 6 the UT Arlington Rebels failed again to post a victory in the Southland Conference race, and fell victim to Lamar Tech, 120-111. After trailing the Cardinals by as many as 17 points during the first half, the Confeder- ates were able to muster 13 straight points late in the game, cutting the Lamar lead to only 11 points. However, the spurt was staved off and the Cardinals won. Stallings and Wilson were high point men with 28 and 27 points respec- tively. 35566. 5' lumping to complete a layup, Eddie ball Control' Stallings T222 stretches for the basket. 1- jut e ,..- . 't , .:-i r J new 2 X 4 ,Wm ,wx ,yryyf x wb My W 4 X Q X xx x fM :,Q"'f 0 X X fx , QW, a t ff Q M 1 WJ X x, Y I X w A ,n X 1 fx M if X Q 0 y X 1 Sp, ff N 2 1 X Kf- v4'2'Ze2 , . x 15 -iff rt ' . . ,, ,ff We-. f " yi Nye 21 - -rr., 2, 4 ' - Vi .g l .L 1 A, W, ff W Xiu X 5 . X Larry Oakes Joe Gary Smith WTS Clouted n Season inale ln the Flebel basketball season finale at Texas Hall on March l, UT Arlington clob- bered West Texas State, lOO-92. Although their season tally was a dismal 6-20, the Rebs came on strong in their last three games, clouting, among others, small college power Pan-American College. ln the outing against the Buffs, the Confed- erates led at halftime 56-43. They never re- linquished this lead. Gene Stallings was again leading scorer for the Rebels with 33 points, followed by John Shelton with 26 points. However, match- ing Shelton's feat was postman David Wollen- man, who hauled in 16 rebounds for an iden- tical number of points. lunior forward-guard lohn Shelton attempts to evade a West Texas player's arrn by twisting and turning. W e Eddie Stallings, sophomore from Dallas, leaps, in an attempt to score against '- -X , ff'-V J, ' ' ' A I r , , . ' KZ' 9 , the Buffs. Stallings was the leading scorer with 33 points, gf Y W saw. hs' mal ' 4H'Tff." 'I S - PJ ' i I ' - T, Q ' V K' We l .ll 5 lr: Azl K 51' . iiiiz ., b A in S X, A41 V '-..,.f ' A J :f 1 , 'L W9 In in . nga K X . fri M 2' 'Za' : f 'I 5 Y 5 Q A if A T Mike Brooks Mike Collinsworth cbs Split airg Rcmatch Upset The University of Texas at Arlington suf- fered their 18th loss of the season February 17 at the hands of Pan-American College, 98-82. The Ftebs, who had tied the Broncs 50-50 at the half, fell behind and were beaten in the second stanza. High point man was lohn Shelton with 19 points, followed by David Wollenman with 16 and Eddie Stallings with 15. ln a rematch with PAC on February 26, however, the hard-hitting Rebels succeeded in upsetting the then nationally third-ranked small college, 108-105. UT Arlington led by 18 points going into the second half, and were nearly overcome near the finale, but an excellent shot by Gene Wilson put them out of reach. Coach Barry Dowd confers with John Shelton during the Pan American game The Broncs were upset, 708-705. fy, M 'bv QQ, if fi if 1 1 L 5 , '--ff lk Q Wg ,,. Q. AQ 'fc' 445 4 HD 'N A likfi, xng ' ,le Nia. P 'tvs it Glittering silver against the blurred Crowd, the trophies wait for the victors. 3' Star. erm Leaping for a record is an Arlington trackman. .YN M1169 Sprinting against time, an Arlington cinderman flashes by, going into the stretch. get ag Thinclads Meet Tough pposition The UT Arlington track team, composed of 19 men and coached by Bobby Lane, com- peted in 11 meets this year, spanning a time period of lvlarch to May and competing against teams from Arkansas to Mexico City. Ken Walters and Skip Benson are the co- captains ofthe team. The crew competed this year in the Fort Worth Recreational Meet, The Arlington Fle- lays, and the Commerce Meet in March, a meet at Abilene, a meet in Jonesboro, Arkan- sas, and the Texas Flelays held at the Univer- sity of Texas in April. Also held in April was the Arlington Invita- tional Tournament and a meet held at the National University of Mexico in Mexico City. ln May the Flebs competed in meets at Den- ton and in Arlington and at the Southland Conference Meet. Cindermen Show Promise, Says Lane ,'!"fw.. -Us Co-Captains Ken Walters and Skip Benson pose with An Arlington co-ed who is also Miss UT Arlington, Cindi Coulson, prepares to UT Arlington track coach Bobby Lane. hand out trophies to winners at the Arlington Relays TRACK TEAM FRONT ROW, Dee Wayne Gray, Larry Blick, Larry Hammond. THIRD ROW: Walter Forshee, Don Morrison, Skip Benson. l-laffner, Tom Logan, Stan Dugan, Gary Roark SECOND ROW: Rick Ken Walters, Ed Anderson, George Kristen, Ray Crosby, Ward, Ralph Campbell, Doug lohnson, Stan Wreyford, lim Turner, Walt l it lp ff! .Wx . I ga,- -',k'A5'1g"'vl!' . - - .A -'Af' -' "'1... -, ,S -x . . Q- , . 1- - a .,, -I J rf i..1,lt..1f+.. ,- - L,- f".w -tr. .- Three men and a Marine helicopter work feverishly to dry out the UT Arlington track before the start of the Arlington Re-lays, I Dee Wayne Gray exhibits style rn broad lump event at Relays. ,-"T Putting all his might into a heave, an Arlington shot-putter delivers the weight to the feet of the photographer. f SWIMMING f Rebel Swimmers Ranked Sixth in ation The 1967-68 UT Arlington swimming season opened on December 6 as the Reb swimmers participated in an intersquad meet. The match, which pitted the Whites, sophomores and juniors, against the Blues, freshmen and seniors, was won by the Blues, 62-49. The meet was in preparation for the next meet involv- ing the Reb tankers at lohn Brown University, which they took easily, 72-41. Following this, they journeyed to the University of Arkansas, where they downed the Razor- backs, 76-36, then on to the Hendrix College Relays, where they swept all the events. After a layover for Christmas holidays, the Confeder- ates came back hard on January 13, slamming Texas A8.M 84-28, and downing the Phillips 66'ers and Hendricks Coilege on lanuary 27 and 29. The Rebels swam as the Burford Swim Club against the Phillips team. Swimming against Kansas University on January 30, however, UT Arlington was handed its first setback of 1 1 1 ,E 2 3 .- M ,sf ,., ,ge-M the season. Tankers Doug Russell and Charlie Smith nevertheless still turned in outstanding performances for the Rebels. On February 2 and 3, the Reb swimmers took on OSU and Kansas State again, this time winning over OSU 57-47, taking seven events and finally downing both teams in a tri-meet at Norman, Oklahoma. An upset occurred in Arlington when the UT Austin crew paid the Rebels a visit and were overpowered, 64-49. All-American Doug Russell set a new NCAA free- style record in the meet, while his team took 10 of the 13 events. Finishing the season for the Arlington swimmers were the AAU competitions in Dallas on February 15 and 16, where Russell set three records, two of them SWAAU marks and a final meet with SMU on February 27, during which the Mustangs meted out a loss to them, 70-43 in a dual meet. ,T 'Q .fs- ' 1 7' ' 'w mn- V 4 f f'. l x 5-2 1 ' sf : A ' N ,V .1 st. .i , 1 5 . 1 i i K " " it it 1 il !f,i-1 -'i .' , ,1 1 i 4 'ltr 5 , l 1 l L . L i X f ,'1r,'i.i,ii,, ruff' ll , 1 g i , REBEL SWIMMING TEAM. KNEELING: Rick Nesbit, Coach Don Easter- ling, and Ed Bagot. SECOND ROW: Mike Aillet, Ed Westerland, Joe Bagot, Brian Robbins, Greg Ludington, Chuck Dragesic, Tom Henson, Jim Hammack, Al Pacheco, Doug Russell, Ernie Siefert, Bob Burns. Doug Ingram, Dan Boone, Dewey Lewis, Bob Cain, Rusty Strong, and 1 it r . i i - 1 1 . - Lee Rogers. THIRD ROW: Tom Fisher, Mike Shuck, Andy Lorimer Bill North, Larry Adrian, Jay Kerth, Milas Kennington, Ted Dunham Rick Winters, lack Alford, Charlie Smith, Jeff Helms, Ford Swanson Buzz Graves, Lester McConnell, and Steve Cason. . V . ' AH'AmenCan Doug Russell A Rebel swimmer takes a headlong plunge into the UT Arlington pool. Five Reb Swimmers Named ll-American 1 ivy. f ' Swim 1 pi?-swf 32 Q f inn. wr MSD M W i ,ff livin, N q M-NM, Q5 lio, , is New Q 4 wi T51 if I gig . 5 1 3 wg 1 A Q 'fi ' ' ' A Y X .,, si I r 2 Wi is sub uiiil .ww-'uses-as I 1' rss. gQ.J Q A li, xv in fix its 'i e l m 412232 'lf , i 2. 522112 li air. -e x i -R Mi , . -4' Y I I, .Ill I 1:11 I V 3'-'iv-4'--5,4111 I Al.- ' i Ami riir- huge Rebel flag that backdrops the Reb pool, a swimmer prepares to dive. Watching him closely at left are the judges. -was A Reb diver takes a spring preparatory to a leap from the highboard. kiwi. M Z Doug Russell was All-American as were Bagot and Nesbit. l I H Qiybw YQ 232 ! ,, ' Q A quick start from the blocks is essential to the racer. 2I I Iv ----..LQ -'ff' Pictured are All-American swimmers Ed Bagot and Rick Nesbit, UT Arlington swim team co- captains, and their coach, Don Easterling. During 1968, Easterling's boys rated sixth nationally. xr.. 2I2 4. L lwfi Jflniwfisity ol Texas at Arlington swimmers dive headlong into competition during the Texas ASM meet. The Rebs won it handily, 84-28 SPGRTS Reb Net Squad Has Hard Luck The UT Arlington tennis team competed in 21 matches during the 1967-68 season. The Rebels, due to an extremely tough schedule, were unable to compete effectively. The team, composed of Bill Saunders, Rich- ard Prince, Fred Dobbs, David Frase, Bret Mallott, and Robert Whidden, traveled far during the season, but played most of their matches in Fort Worth. During the season, the team played Texas ASM, Oral Roberts University, SMU twice, North Texas State twice, Tulsa University, Abilene Christian twice, Hardin-Simmons twice, Texas Wesleyan twice, Arkansas State, the Air Force Academy, Southwest Texas State twice, TCU, Lamar Tech, Stephen F. Austin, and Trinity. The team also participated in the Southland Conference Tennis Tournament held in Fort Worth May 9-11. 2' xxx. . tl k i fi' :fi s , , 1 it TENNIS TEAM AND FRESHMEN: FRONT ROW: Robert Whiddon, Bill Humphries, Bob Humphries, Mike Woehst, BACK ROW: Richard Prince, Bill Saunders, David Frase, Brett Mallott, lon Ransom. V u Vs 'I' fl' Q, . fgkjq 5 1. i E V T , ...M K :FP illllsl TFAM FRONT ROW: Robert Whiddon, lon Ransom, Brett Mallott. BACK R' Wi' itil-liirrl Prince, David Frase. Bill Saunders, and Bill Roark Ccoachj. Golfers ompete W ln 3 Tourneys of The UT Arlington golf team, coached by Tom Tinker, chailenged five collegiate teams in head-to-head competition, and was entered in three tournaments during its 1967-68 sea- son. Composed of eight members, Leonard Cochran, lody Vasquez, Larry Anderson, Rusty Lathem, Garry Wolff, Tom Burseen, Tommy Williams and Don Copeland, the golf team competed against TCU, SMU, NTSU, TWC, and East Texas State in head to head matches. ln the first of their three tournaments during the year, on March 1 and 2 at the Fort Worth Recreational Tournament, the team placed fourth out of 10 entrants. Other tourneys during the year included the Nacogdoches Tourney and the Southland Conference Tournament in Abilene. GOLF TEAM. FRONT ROW: Leonard Cochran, lody Vasquez, Larry Anderson. Rusty Latham, BACK ROW: Garry Wolff, Tom Burseen, Tommy Williams, Don Copeland, Coach Tom Tinker. 'x 1 Q -an-u..agd1l-, IA ,una UT Afliflgfofl QOH team membef l-90flaVd Cochran DEUSQS Garry Wolff takes careful aim before sinking a routine putt during practice. momentarily in his backswing while teeing off. Q' UT Arlington bowling team member Denney Rives releases a strike ball in competition against the University of Texas at Austin Bowlers ravel Over exas to Compete Th UT A I. t b I, d BOWLING TEAM. FRONT ROW: Rodney Wilson, Mike Branson BACK ROW e lr mg Or' OW mg team' Compose Denney Rives, Mike Johnston, Harold Kreck, Don Beckner lsponsorj Not pic of Danny Rives, Mike Johnston, Harold Kreck, Med, Man, Mmgan, fcaptajnjl Rodney Wilson, Mike Branson and Mark Mor- gan, was active during its 1967-68 season, competing in the Texas Intercollegiate Bowl- ing Conference. They were coached by Don Beckner. Playing each month at different schools, the team traveled to Houston to meet the Univer- sity of Houston, to Bryan for ASM, to Austin for the University of Texas, to Waco for Bay- lor, to San Marcos for Southwest Texas State College, and to San Antonio for Trinity. The team bowled from October to May, the team members often competing with each other to decide who would be on the team that month, 1 , l ...- 7? F-. TRAIVIURALS A Two female contenders for the women's division of the Cross-Country race sprint for the finish line. This heat was declared a tie between the two. matcurs Clash ln Intramurals For those students of UT Arlington who were not associated with regular varsity ath- letics during 1967-68, the intramurals program. headed by Coach lim Garrett, provided an opportunity for them to gain experience and for them to compete. Competing this year, and walking away with the honors, were several groups in the dormi- tory, club, and independent leagues. Beginning the intramural season and taking the University Championship in the tug-of-war was Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. The Super Squirrels, a women's team, won the female counterpart of the tussle. Intramural football followed, and taking first place in this event was Alpha Sigma Chi fraternity. The intramural cross-country race, a big event in which over a hundred men ran, was taken by the Catholic Newman Club. The women's division of the race fell to the Super Squirrels again. Sweeping the University Championships in both the men's and the women's intramural bowling tournament was the Newman Club again. Weightlifting, an innovation in intramural competition, was also instituted at UT Arling- ton in 1968. Winning the first university cham- pionship in Weightlifting, then, were the Dean's Boys. And finishing with the lead in 'mural ping- pong was Pachl Dorm, ist floor, men's di- vision, and Phi Mu sorority, in the women's division. Spring activities in intramurals included swimming, basketball, billiards, golf, and soft- ball. A Hercules in gym shorts shows his prow- ess at intramural weight-lifting, gr' s X N . X Contemplating hrs next roll, a member of a 'mural bowling team scratches his chin. The Newman Club took the championship. H-.m eww f ,' 1 Qi-.W . XA X A member of the Iran volleyball team bangs one over the net In a , . 11" f heated battle between the foreign team and another club crew. Ir' '1"f af Bracing for the start of the 7968 intramural cross-country race, the 725-plus men stand at ready. The Newman Club won the race. lib 5? ' T' -1v:-'zu-nQm1r-u-nf-nwlv r .uvmvnmn q-111111.-my ri-an gammmxgnmp--m..mmms.1-,fun-.zz-us-nam mn-.f 1 fnwnm-.:.,m-1.d.4nq..-n-mn.u-nQmu.n.1ffn-nmwarguu.u+mQf-Q Pictured are intramural ping-pong champions Paul Gray, Troy Cain, and lim Bloomquist. ...,.gnd fifty.-fii.'ilive of Phi Mu sorrority strikes a classic pose as she David Wollenman looks on as two mural cagers tussle for the basket llic- vollwylmll in intramural vvomen's league action. ball. This action took place on a Sunday afternoon. ampus Groups Compete in ntramurals .leak ALPHA SIGMA CHI, INTRAIVIUFIAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS. FRONT ROW: Bruce Wilson, Walt Robinson, Greg Gansert, Bob lsbell, Allen Griffith, Terry Gilbert. SECOND FIOW: Rick Ward, Dee Wayne Gray, Robert Hale foffensive captainj, Gordon Kinney ldefensive captainj, lim McCoy, Royce Bush, Skip Butler fcoachj. THIRD FIOW: Tom Schnieder, Al Kraft, David lohnson, John Madden, lim Foster, Dan Clemson, lohn Cadena lfield goal specialistj. X1 L9 Three intramural basketball players vie for con trol of the ball in dormitory action. Q54 ibm, What determines the fate of a university? l would say that it must be its leadership - the administration whose policies and plans define the form, and the faculty and staff whose competence must satisfy those goals. With a growing university as this one each new day brings another need and a new way to meet that need. And only the wisest sort of leadership can build on yesterday accommodate the challenge of today and ever turn to meet tomorrow's promise. Leadership such as this is only granted to a fortunate few. That university, then, can only Ql'OW to Qfeatness . . . 35 OUl'S, too, Ql'OW. .- - : ,153 , j1"i31"7.'- 7- it 5 W i ,ff 1' ,fjgf Mkt' ' K, is l arid iw s 1 Q'- LE DERSHIP Dedicated Facult onored for Work Dedication, as defined by Websters Dic- tionary: "a self-sacrificing devotion." On every campus, there are faculty mem- bers who spend their time outside classrooms in doing extensive research, preparing papers for publication, filling speaking engagements, and working untiringly to develop effective teaching programs. These professors may be described with one word: dedication. These faculty members were chosen from each of the four schools on the basis of their ac- complishments in their respective fields and their contributions to UT Arlington. Dr. Noel l. Everard, left, professor of engineering mech- anics, is currently working to develop the graduate program in his department. He serves as a consultant in his field for seven organizations, including the US. Navy, and has published numerous papers. He meets here with Dr. Wendell H. Nedderman, Dean of Engineering. N ,, ,, . ,.,.. fr M ff, 'SS x ,Q f 32 Qgffav ,.,f st-ig? rf' 3 i fix ff . f .ry ' ff' :Vs we V . .... ...W . . 'X .1 if, gpwwtws vwfnww Dr. Ghazi B. Duwaii, assistant economics professor, has taught at both under- graduate and graduate levels at UT Arlington. Professor Duwaji has traveled extensively in the Middle East to study the economic development there. Dr. Clayton Eichelberger of the English Department is recognized for his new biographical journal, American Literary Flealism 1870-1910, which has won inter- national acclaim. He is noted by students as an excellent teacher. W7 it 49" fic. 'JJJ gk if . 'i mg , K . t J Sw' :Ns Professor Maurice Carlson of the English Department has founded and served as editor of the Arlington Quarterly, a literary journal of short stories, poems, and essays. Mr. Carlson is also active in the Dallas County Republican Party, serving as chairman. ..,a6yM X 42 . Z ff rtit Associate Dean in the School of Business Administration, Dr. Lee H. Smith devotes a major portion of his time to developing graduate and undergraduate management science programs and to coordination of curriculum with the junior college systems in both Dallas and Tarrant Counties. Dr. Smith has published several papers. Dr. lack Fairchild of Aeropace Engineering has a reputation among his students as being an excellent classroom teacher. He has been a faculty sponsor for the Newman Club, the Rebel Flying Club, and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Student Chapter. He was also awarded a research grant. Professor l. D. Spradlin in Electrical Engineering was voted "Most Outstanding Professor in Electrical Engineering" in 1966 by more than IOO students and was named one of six "Most Outstanding Professors" on campus last year. .C X Q 9 . 455 Q 3' Wt. tx Nt W .1 -'J' A 1 sax, ttaffi? ,ifbvfy . Professors Sacrifice cisurc imc u6"'N Professor l. D. Boon, head of the geology department, has taught at UT Arlington since 7942. He has acted as President of the Athletic Conference and chairman of the Athletic Council. His geology research has resulted in numerous mapping projects. Representing the chemistry department, Dr. Robert Francis is recognized for his numerous publications resulting from research. He has been a member of the faculty since 1955 and has served on the Department Curriculum Committee at Arlington for several years. Dr. Ralph Estes of the accounting department is presently preparing two books, one on international financial reporting and the other on the impact of computers on society. He was a delegate to the Ninth International Congress of Accountants in Paris last year, and is President of the Texas Civil Liberties Union in Ft. Worth. 59' 1. . 1 .-,. nf- ACA Mmm ,? Q SJW 7 ' 4 W x 2 X f 1 -t vi fd! Qi WW 55,42 .A fwhgf. fg. , QA , , f Q J552 4 . ff 14 ,ffwff f, x ff' :iffy our f if E Q I sz P1 5 E 4 I 3 n a i 228 UT rlington Has ecade of rowth Within ten years the University of Texas at Arlington has experienced tremendous ex- pansion. The enrollment has more than dou- bled, reaching a record 11,873 last fall. The 180-member faculty has grown to 403, while the number holding doctorate degrees has increased from 20 to almost 200. The campus facilities have also expanded to keep pace with these changes. Fewer than 60 acres composed the main cam-pus in 1957, but now the college owns 160 acres and is continuing to grow. When two buildings al- ready under construction are completed soon, the classroom space will have doubled since the school joined the UT System in April, 1965. Meanwhile, the aptitude of the students and the quality of the education offered them at UT Arlington has risen. Senior college status was achieved in 1959, and a beginning graduate program is being developed. The students granted admission must meet stiffer entrance requirements than ever before, yet the enrollment continues to soar. With a master plan that is only a year old. the institution's future is beginning to come into focus. The challenge now for UT Arling- ton is university status, not only in a bor- rowed name, but in its own right as well. H ' V f24:'.:f 37 A t 4, of f 4 We 4 f we V r . ff ,ruwrwrzr ft if ,rw gf fmwu' YN "x IM , ff,, f 1 1 KN l VE iii , 'll' lll lx- 121' " i wt. lll X i Q x lx fl ' 1 'ly l ui: Y ' infl I1 l UI il fl f ri ,Z ,f Q,,.snY" :-fiipl ' H' az -I :siq"W! LL -1.5154 All iw storm in lanuary temporarily stopped construction on Carlisle llilli ,i facility office building going up between Ransom Hall and Preston ll.ill A vvallfvvfay beneath will make the six-floor building eight stories liinli ,inil thi- taillf-st structure on campus E ' . I ,,-- A s -fe,-U ,,,,..,Y I 1 ' 1- l' I " 'TT' I x I 4.46 YR 55. N, Swvxil-1 to Ji ggi, an ..-Y '-. K. N - V fika -egg. 5 3"G"fiffflgi1f?'t1'i2 ,v 1- M fx Zi, xi ,. " ,A We 'S X if H 'ss-we f sxv' Q XFN ridge. V4 'xx' South of the library is the L-shaped Business-Life Sciences build- ing, scheduled for completion by the fall of 1969. ,, 1 x. X t a W '7 The mathematics-foreign languages buildi'ng, which opened in February, was named after the co-founders of Arlington College in 7895. The classroom section is called Trimble Hall, and the five-story office portion is known as Hammond Hall. Four floors added to the library made the building the largest on campus. A lobby on the top floor, furnished with paintings and lounge furniture, is used for recep- tions and special events. Buildings Reflect Campus Growth Expansion upward and outward is rapidly changing the face of UT Arlington. An ever- increasing enrollment and faculty makes the addition of classroom and office space es- sential if the college is to accommodate even its present load. Additions of four floors to the library and a second floor to the men's physical education building were completed in the fall. New names were also given certain campus build- ings at this time. The auditorium, completed in 1965, was named Texas Hall, and the Ad- ministration Building was renamed Ransom Hall. Davis Hall, a men's dormitory, was called Brazos House, and a proposed admin- istration building south of the auditorium was given the name Davis Hall. A second proposed building is University Hall, to be located directly south of the quad- rangle. Primarily a classroom-lecture com- plex, University Hall will also include a 400- seat auditorium. Office areas will accommo- date approximately 200 faculty members plus a number of graduate and teaching assistants. Engineering Gets EC Accreditation Dr. W. H. Nedderman, professor of civil engineering and dean of the school of engi- neering, says that more students of engineer- ing will now be attracted to UT Arlington, and more jobs will be open to graduates be- cause of the newly accredited engineering program. This year three departments of the school of engineering were accredited by the Engi- neer's Council of Professional Development. These were the civil, industrial, and mechani- cal departments, engineering having been accredited in 1965. The Technical Institute Division, a two-year program, has been ac- credited for a number of years. Aerospace engineering has not been accredited yet. Engineering is important to UT Arlington. Since becoming a four year college in 1959. UT Arlington's School of Engineering has become known as one of the outstanding in the Southwest. if 1' s., ,Lllvg A Dr. Carl D. Wiseman demonstrates a glow discharge unit for nitriding steel Dr. Richard Haynes, civil engineering instructor, supervises students' experimenting with a tensile and compressive test machine. M 01.5" C Mr. IVI. L. Pierce demonstrates IBM Computer 7620 to computer lab assistants. The computer is used in most engineering lab classes. 1x2-" Dr. Meiti of industrial engineering discusses a plant layout model with A future electrical engineer adjusts an oscilliscope wave generator. Several industrial engineering Students, ,xi Student Interest n ngineering uilds ssse11111i X 111 I Athi' A-: Jr-iii' A Q Engineering students pose as "sidewalk superintendents" as they contemplate the construction of a campus administration building An engineering major checks a survey in front of Engineering Building. XXX .. -,. , ..,,,.:a.44.L:-:sa3i1..':'i'.,g.-.3imh1r!-:-f. I2-I-Q., Occupations after graduation are the concern of Frank Yates, director of placement and student aid. Campus Departments ffer Services is. , Y f , . ,,,, ., w p sgy. A Ni? ' 5:2 ,iss AV' to W Z gg mswfssmws -, e- f Director Doug Moore discusses the program of continuing education designed for professional people to keep up with advances in their fields. 71 Q , w"wfw. '- ,M . A. .,, ui. gsm., Frank Gault, student counselor in Counseling and Test- ing, provides educational-vocational guidance to students in selection of their majors or in a diagnostic survey of their study habits. f I 44 gad gff mf ,im wx ' .ni ,Y I 1 is -- I , . 5 Y W O 0 i I mf. 14 W'-my 4 Three-hour life drawing laboratories meet weekly for art students to sketch living models. On display in Science Hall is this unique "time machine," a two- year project of sophomore James Wilson. Multiple exposure photographs of the machine accompanied an article in "Space- time," a magazine published by Dr. Jason Ellis of the UT Arlington physics department. Wilson's project, illustrating the theory of travel in the fourth dimension, was patterned after the model in the movie "Time Machine." if Laberater raetiee Exercises Theories 9 ii? .J I Q 25 ' ' Foreign language lab units now number 744 "' 4: f se. X N. 1 1 , 52,7 " V4 1 i , I W ,,. S ? s? ' 6 Scientific experiments test the classroom lessons. Graduate School Expands Curriculum Vice-President for Research and Graduate Affairs and Acting Associate Dean of Graduate School is Dr. Wen- dell Nedderman, Dean of Engineering. Dean Nedderman serves in an ex officio capacity at the Graduate Assembly meetings where policy is created for the entire University of Texas system. Representing UT Arlington at the Grad- uate Assembly are Dr. A. E. Salis, electrical engineering, and Dr. George Wolfskill, history, who were elected from the Committee on Graduate Studies. The UT Arlington Committee on Graduate Studies, composed of the full membership of the graduate faculty, serves the Graduate School in the same manner the Faculty Council serves the undergraduate school. Since September of 1966, masters programs in eco- nomics, electrical engineering, engineering mechanics, psychology, physics, and mathematics, as well as a joint program in radiological physics wtih the Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, have been offered at UT Arlington. Authorized by the final state legislature of 1967 were five more masters programs in history, English. business administration, biology, and chemistry. Six more degree programs were requested at the last meeting of the Coordinating Board. Also recently authorized was the Graduate School of Social Work directed by Dr. F. G. Torgerson. Purchased to house the new Social Work school were the Ousley Junior High School buildings at the corner of Abram and Cooper streets. The buildings will be renovated and ready for use by the approximately fifty students that will be accepted in the fall of 1968. W' is., Doctors A E. Sails. Wendell Nedderman, and George Wolfskill discuss future plans for the graduate prOQfEifTi- Dr. F. G. Torgeson assists representatives of the Dallas County Women's Council in planning an awards luncheon to benefit the new Graduate School of Social Work. Allen Ma, a physics graduate student, calibrates the electron-spin resonance spectrometer which measures magnetic absorption in various materials. lerry Don Cox, the first graduate stu dent to complete a degree prograr here, receives his MA. in mathemat ics from President lack Woolf. .QQ ? P' J' I '14-.,.'T'T.Wii+. rv-Aff " QTY'-f-,.. -' Tjwx X X Q M- f H-H iv ,, ',:'v'-fwwiv' x ' T f --... -..,, -LQ - ' ' f i - . , V"-.4 5 , XXX ' -Qfxw .QQVQ-.f-.f4f,,T.,, . T - , i ., --is-....5:1,w-., 1 'ww'-'-mqfff J, . 'T " T 'f--wwf A 1'-'fwm' M-www! ftAM-Twffw . "T""-mf-auf. 'fd ---fy 4.:l-.4-ff, 'SWISS' T " fyilx 15-mwx -W3 .. ffiiz 4 , 'f"fNi . fin!! 51" - ' 'wldf 'MM - nw., T QL f'?fT""f72v .T .X T 5' l L- f'Af5Q?.zf,?- gif 4 V ' .m X- - ,. STUDENT? T Q ASSISTANT T0 THE nm UF STUDENT LIFE DEAN or MEN COORDINATOR OF STUDENT Housnus nun UF 'W' . ,mf .-Ml" I . -nh 9 ' . ADMINISTR TIG Heading the UT Board of Regents is DR. HARRY RANSOM, CHANCELLOR Regents Head Xpanding System When Arlington State College joined the University of Texas System in March, 1966, the school acquired a new name and a new governing body. Chancellor Harry Ransom and nine regents, as heads ofthe UT System, now oversee the University of Texas at Arlington in addition to eight other branches, The regents, who serve six-year staggered terms, must approve all major changes in curriculum and expenses. Meeting in com- mittees, they consider such matters as money investment, construction of buildings, and medical school affairs, 'Qf t 'X gms? " - ... ,1 T' """" ,-,Quinn ff ,V f M 1 5 - , , .we W- N 'c .- 4, I Q in '-K -- , , swf fy :,. X H M A . f 'i t s is T - ,es ' ,, gm- 4. , ' " University of Texas regents gathered at UT Arlington in September for CELLOR HARRY RANSOM, JOE KILGORE, MRS. I. LEE JOHNSON, their meeting. Among those attending were fclockwise from leftj Ill, FRANK IKARD, and Mrs. Betty Ann Thedford, secretary. Not DIC- WALTER BRENAN, DR. EDWARD XIMENES, JOHN PEACE, CHAN- tured are William Bauer, Frank Erwin, Jack Josey, and Levi Olan. 3 s Ill ' T ,,.-- ,gn- f , . auf I -4 I W ' i 6 1.77 I' ef ' I I ' as EJ f 3 I l I I A I I I I I Q a ,ll f . . I I s. 'A ii 2 12 XX A E, a Since DR. JACK R. WOOLF, PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF expansion and progress have doubled the enrollment, tripled the size TEXAS AT ARLINGTON, first came to the school eleven years ago, of the campus, and tremendously advanced the academic standards n v i v pi A I I mllll ll ll 5 I W ' I M I E , pm T wavy T'?frv ic' H "WTli "" 1 H ' ' ' MI llll ilil I I 3 I I E . 7 ' --- - 4-V -f-- '-'- '-fwffln in ini'-' - -1 - H :ii A iii: n 1 i 1 I I T l T 'i- MH ww' "' ' .4 , - -I - ii ii: 'illl in in I I I l I e 5 , iff 2 X - E ,Q i,iiiii , I 41 ?--. As VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DR S T KEIM is responsible for the development of academic matters and facilities In this capacity he handles curriculum faculty and direction of the library at UT Arlington. New ice Presidents Aid President Woolf ,f A r X gf W ' Z "Ci . is 2 5 ' 1 ' ' W f s A ,sy V in .f -' x 6 : ' tx S S? I f sf . -s Y F X , , i sw, , S I-N t :V :ff f is . 5. . M .. w X , ,..., E I,,.v: 1 V -r An expanding graduate program and a vigorous participation in research are two indications of a progressive university. Serving as both VICE-PRESIDENT FOR RESEARCH AND GRADUATE AFFAIRS and ACTING ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR GRADUATE STUDIES, DR. WENDELL HI NEDDERMAN is the Presidents representative in implementing the graduate program and en- couraging faculty research DH PETER Fi, GIRARDOT DEAN OE SCIENCE 244 DR. WENDELL H. NEDDERMAN DEAN OF ENGINEERING Four Deans Head Academic Schools A university can satisfy its student's needs only with a capable faculty and an adequate program of study. Four academic deans. heading our Schools of Business Administra- tion, Engineering, Liberal Arts, and Science. are entrusted with securing these pre-requi- sites for UT Arlington. By supervision and improvement of the personnel, curriculum. and budget within his department, each dean contributes to the preparedness of this university's students. JM DR. WALLACE B. NELSON DEAN OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DR. CHARLES H. GREEN DEAN OF LIBERAL ARTS 245 A mini trators perate ey Departments -...,,,,,MW Rm., ff JL4 MR. BOB STEPHENS, ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT. represents President Woolf as a liaison between UT Arlington and outside interests. 1,41 g TT-- MR. A. L. von ROSENBERG, as BUSINESS MANAGER, oversees mon etary transactions which pass through the fiscal office. Within the offices of DR. WILLIAM KARRACKER, DIRECTOR OF TESTING AND COUNSELING, and FRANK GAULT, STUDENT COUNSELOR, stu- dents can secure educational and occupational guidance and information. MR. WELDON BREWSTER, DEAN OF STUDENT AD- MINISTRATION, heads a central information agency. W Every student must occasionally contact the Registrar's Office - to be ad- mitted, to secure a catalog and a class schedule. to apply for graduation, and to find answers for myriad questions. Head of the second-largest department on campus is ELWOOD PREISS, REGISTRAR AND DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS. Registrars andle Student Admission ASSISTANT REGISTRARS KENNETH THOMAS, DARWIN STEVEN- transcripts for over 11,500 students, work with RONALD PRINCE, SON, and PAUL STRONG, who process admission applications and promoted this year to ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS. - 4408 GW 1 Qyfs X X if K. 247 1 5 Y V ' 'A Wim 'T"T"' ' , f V 2 ll Ill II T I I lllll Illlll II I 2 .. W , fl .i , , . . . .1 , l l . i 1 ' I iI I A I I ' A I I A I ,l 'V ' xvf. 2 1 ll A T A , T I lil I I 'll Ill I 4 l . u ' " . 4 .qi , sg ff, fr G. 'T . l l i -l L K . . Jig iptig., rt I ' I' Ill ,Ye T ,4 V.,..,, I A . 1 in . 1. E " 'fQ'fQ'.ilj.'iifi" ""'i37'. ' ' H' L X 2 ..,.1..,.-y---sp a"'z,-4':-'- .nw-8 xg,,.f,.L,,., Quiet refuge for weary souls and expanding treasure house for duty-bound scholars is the seven-floor library, tallest structure in Arlington. Librar cflects ampus Growth Four stories, three elevators, smoking lounges, and group study rooms were added to the library in an expansion program com- pleted in the fall. Also new was an automated IBM charging system instituted in February for circulating books. After a reshuffling of the interior, the first floor housed reserved materials, the second held reference items, and the third cataloged government documents and technological papers. The fourth floor became a depository for the records and manuscripts of Texas labor unions as a step toward eventually consolidating the labor archives of the South- west. Periodicals were shifted to the fifth floor, and the top level was furnished with audio-visual aids, a projection room, and a lounge area. As the Flegistrar's office and the Data Processing Department joined class- rooms in the basement area, the library building magnified its role as a center of campus activity. MRS. MARY SWISHER, ASSOCIATE COLLEGE LIBRARIAN, and JOHN HUDSON, COLLEGE LIBRARIAN, inspect the library's card catalog system, which includes cross-listings from over 250,000 books. lgi, un' 94,5944- 'WI' MQW W ff 4 ,Elf 9' Many know a school by the reputation of its athletes. To publicize the UT Arlington teams, WILLIAM BROWN, as DIRECTOR OF SPORTS INFORMATION. promotes all games, edits athletic brochures, and distributes sports releases. The annual catalogs and the UT Arlington Briefs are but two ways that the university is known in print. Direction of all publications is under RICHARD YANTIS, EDITOR OF OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS. Here he talks with Billy Foster, Supervisor of Reproduction, about printing this year's 31,000 catalogs. fff Il -j,,N ,,.. 4 Information Staff Coordinates News W wif .. , fo 'G VHA , . 1. A A . Because UT Arlington is a prominent institution in the area, information about its progress is important to the public, Acting as liaison is KENNETH WHITT, IN- FORMATION AND PUBLICATIONS DIRECTOR, who handles news releases and publications for the college. 249 u iness Admini trator Maintain Record fm 4? EUGENT PRASEK, PURCHASING AGENT, arranges all purchases made by the UT Arlington departments, Jbffsbqlk qs A 'X Preparing a budget of almost twelve million dollars is the monumental task of JACK UTTERBACK, BUDGET AND REPORTS OFFICER, who also handles con- struction contracts and works with the Business Office on accounting procedures. W5-Q CARROLL si-IEFFIELD, Assismrvr BusiNEss MANAGER. oversees accounts, anim' NO' W3-ef WAP' AM MW The department of MARVIN SANDERS, DATA PROCESSING MANAGER, handles the registration system for the Registrar and the accounting system for the Business Office in its service to other campus departments. I FUN ,B . ,LN . ,Mu U is, 4 All affairs other than academic are the responsibility of EVERETT STRAHAN, DIRECTOR OF THE PHYSICAL PLANT, who oversees the construction and maintenance of campus facilities. Y., ,.,, Ns By preparing menus and managing personnel, MRS. HAZEL BURKS, FOOD SERVICES DIRECTOR, feeds thousands of hungry students a day in the student center caleterias. , 4 , f , manly. 3 Q. rg Q y 1 LARRY MINOR, RETAIL STORE MANAGER, buys textbooks, paperbacks. novelty items, and supplies for the Book Store and Exchange Store. fficials versee Busy Campu Facilities 5 592 , r'137"F 4 1 1 1 1 I I 4' I f I I fide ,Q ut, W' is 'fr 'Mmtw I sfaiv 11 ' phallix, N1 ' 'Yq.,' , ', Operation of the E. H. Hereford Student Center is in the hands of CENTER FACILITIES, and his two ASSISTANTS, FRED HUNSTABLE PAT FOWLER Icenterj, DIRECTOR OF HOUSING AND STUDENT and newly-appointed DON BECKNER. Ne Dean Heads Student Life DIVI 1on Three administrators form the nucleus of the Depart- ment of Student Life. Beginning his first year as Dean of Student Life is Charles McDowell, one of only five men who report directly to President Woolf. Besides his membership on campus committees, his responsibility extends to student activities, student publications, health services, housing programs, student conduct, CHARLES McDOWELL, DEAN OF STUDENT LIFE MRS NANCY THORPE DEAN Or WOMEN and DR HORACE GILLESPIE, DEAN OF MEN, have offices in College Hall a -40 year old structure which was built as a dining hall, served as a library and a bookstore, and currently houses the music ROTC and Student Lif d partments -4 Q' AW .vygij . X A Af YW' S ggi" 0 ii X Ng f Q f T r ' 755' it vm gm- TI ig ' MARION JACOB, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL AFFAIRS, and FRANK YATES, DIRECTOR OF PLACEMENT, act as liaisons for the Peace Corps and handle all scholarships, loans, grants, student employment, and placement for seniors. H4 gee' The Inter-Fraternity Council is sponsored by KENT GARDNER, ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENT LIFE. He also works with student activities and organizations and oversees the budgets of the Office of the Dean of Student Life. 1-mg., sv- IVIRS. IUANITA TURNER, NURSING SERV- ICES SUPERVISOR, operates the Health Center to provide on-campus medical at- tention for 60,000 patients every year. 31 X 4 XY lin . S, is i0 l i, T L K Y X ii SECURITY CHIEF RUFUS TAYLOR heads 12 patrolmen who daily oversee the campus in three-wheeled scooters. fficial irect Student ife Activities ' ,, assay 9 MRS. CAROLYN WADDELL, STUDENT ACTIVITIES AD- VISOR, oversees campus activities and SAB. i...1:..."' As STUDENT PUBLICATIONS ADVISOR, ERNEST LEISTER is involved with the yearbook, Reveille, and the literary magazine, Arlington Review. 'Q' i'u1l"""' LTY 11 Work Toward Acquiring Knowledge Acker, Bertie Foreign Languages Adams, Dr. Duane Foreign Languages Alford, Dr. Mary Lee Art Amsler, Dr. Flobert W. History Anguizola, Dr, Gustave History Austin, Dr. Walter' G. Accounting Bariey, Duryl M. Civil Engineering Baird, Dr. Frank Government Baker, Melva Lynn Library Ballard, Dorothy Library Barker, Dr. Calvin Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Barksdale, Dr. E. C. History Beaudry, Harry R. English Beeman, William E. Mathematics Benham, Ann Chemistry Bernstein, Dr. Ira H. Psychology Berryhill, E. P. Mathematics Betts, Roberta W. Art Black, Dr. Truman D, Physics Blackwell, Dr. Charles C. Mechanical Engineering Blair, Leon B. History Blakney, Paul S. English Blanton, Matthew Engineering Technology Boatright, lo Music Bolen, James C. Mathematics Bonar, Eunice Boon, l. D. Boren, Dr. Carter E. Chemistry Geology Philosophy Bost, Edward L. Engineering Technology Boyle, Dr. Flobert D. Bragg, Dr. Louis H. Brazzil, William Fi. Brewster, Weldon Bruce, Dr. Charles Bryant, lesse D. History Biology Biology Biology English Business aaa - f- ' mm V i 4 g ,,,,- W if 'Q .W -5. '-1-' " . . ha s ' , f -fa ,g-1' as 511 g-X Qfx . x . os. pts! -.cs ,ix s . ' v. r . ST, M . 4 ' x l l "V N .- "' .gg s, -4-., it- l x V, zgl 'ffm d- 'XJ X ., F . l Q QV r -. it --P.. -" i. - a h-.'..Y1fv' ' Lo'-. Spf' i 1 ,-,X -va M . e, . l W, Lx? .f-xt-fl':f: -5- 1. :' if l is ,ff N--f-'Pt 1' ff if 5 3 P ang Q. P -4? 9 me ff l Q Q V ... . v 'B' 'V' ' R , V H Q wr V WN- 1 5 ,48 . ,.,.. Q .V " . . if fl " ,frost ""' ,. V Wm' . 'M-X vs V an e w tv . " , Q vt-f A .ml V mn f f ft. . c " N 'Zh Wgztf- ,., ,159 is 3 6 tiff, J 1" CK . ,,,, iw" 2 f- 1 i" ' 1 Pe M ,Q fr., , ,1 1,, uc. i ...-U. 5 i g if lil ' .af--1 lames W. Duff of the technical institute presents new material to students through lectures and class participation. la. tt,L Wu-.. X 1 iff X N V , r 'Q' X cw. ,iff W pivnffv f l""'f N. 45. f Or ......, 'l' ':i"'l', -x 1 JEL.. av- i- .P i its-ff it wi, 5 V. gg can X Neotkf k M we ,- 1,.:rj,,,,3,.., .ngz Q f Buettiker, Paul Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Burgin, Ann Burkholder, Daniel Burman, Dr. Harold Burns, Dr. lohn S. Butler, Dr. James Caffey, Dr. James Cameron, Margaret Cantwell, Donald VV. Carlson, Maurice Carnes, James Carol, Barbara Carter, Dr. Fl. N. English MUSIC Chemistry English Biology Civil Engineering English-Speech Business English Biology Library Business Cash, Dr. Floyd L, Electrical Engineering Cheavens, Dr. Frank Psychology Chen, Dr. Mo-Shing Electrical Engineering Cheney, Monroe G. Physics Chesnut, Dorothy Lynn Mathematics Childers, M. P. Mathematics Clark, Dayle M. Engineering Technology Clay, Charles R. Engineering Technology Clegg, Curtis E., Jr. YQ 69' A A Engineering Technology .- 1 J' ' Clemons, Dr. Russell Geology Q' Clinton, Doyle Foreign Languages V Cochran, Joyce English ,Y 1 Coffelt, Kenneth M. Biology Cogdell, Dr. Thomas J. Chemistry .-5 Coke, Robert Math Comitini, Dr. Salvatore Business -.Lb .4- O Az: 5 RMK lywx r Connally, Howard Engineering Graphics Cook, Jim F. Accounting Couch, Cecil Redding Library 'H Coulter, C. M. Aeronautical Engineering he f Cowan, Edward A. Foreign Languages Facult and Students Must Work Together cox, Nita English 4+-rib l. Crumb, Dr. Stephen F. Electrical Engineering F Dalley, Dr. Joseph W. Engineering Mechanics Dean, Euda Mathematics Dean, Dr. Robert G. Mathematics Denman, Dr. Clarence P. History -M Devenport, Mary L. P.E. Diana, Dr. Leonard lvl. Physics C3 Dice, Lt. Col. Harry E. History ,V Dieb, Ronald English 5--X Dodge, Dr. C. F. Geology Doughty, Erwin Physics Dowdy, Dr. James E, Physics 1: v f,',sgg1,.. ,. ,Na Droze, Dr. W. F. History Duff, James W. Engineering Technology in ""l Dunsworth, H. A. D. Mathematics Duwaji, Dr. Ghazi Economics Dyer, Danny Mathematics cur, Dyer, Rex Art tu Q' Easterllng, William D. P.E. ,ep I S Q, I mtg 1 ', -f f 3 7 Q , , H vi 1- . m t Q 5 ' f i ' il all 7 fi s 'N K , X l l , QA.X .- E . Y ,, Y' 6, 'M f if f li I fl' A X t , A ,l lx 'fl'-'f-ev Flenniken, Neita l. English Ebensberger, Gary Music Echart, C. M. Engineering Graphics Eichelberger, Dr. Clayton English Eller, Fl. Fl. Biology Elliott, William G. Government Ellis, Dr. Jason Physics Estes, E. D. English Estes, Ralph Accounting Everard, Dr. Noel l. Mechanical Engineering Fairchild, Dr. lack Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering Falconer, Dr. David R. Mathematics Feldman, Dr. Egal History Files, Carl W. Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering Fisher, Thomas English Fitzer, lack Electrical Engineering Flinn, Wesley Music wr Floyd, Russell Mathematics Forbes, B. M. Government .xx Faculty meetings are attended by all members of the faculty and the administration. There is at least one such meeting each semester. Col. Lawson W. Magruder, lr., UT Austin military science professor a cold war memorial plaque on September 27 to graduates of t is Mayor Mark L. Reese, and UT Arlington President l R Woolf dedicate university who gave their lives in combat Ford, Edmond H. Engineering Technology Forester, Ailsey English Fortenberry, Dr. George English Foster, Robert Mathematics Fowler, Rosemary Chemistry Francis, Robert Chemistry French, Dr. Richa English Frye, Bernard L. Biology Gamble, Robert Library Gardner, lohn A. Mathematics Garrett, lim W. P.E. Gilbert, Carl L. History Gilbreath, loe Mathematics Gillespie, Alan Mathematics Girardot, Dr. Peter R. Chemistry Gladden, Frank Biology Goodwin, Joe Lee English-Speech Goodwin, lohn M. Electrical Engineering Goyne, Dr. A. V. English Green, Dr. Charles H. English Militar Science Important at UT Arlington TQ...--' 'E f r 2 SV A182 ws.. QQ I X M4 ' i ' "Jax if 1 as ' r 4 i Ja me 3 t A if L- 4'- ' vm ,gf- JQ l 'YS-19 Rib SR. R-' , 1 'lv 'VT 'QT' HAWK 'Wise mv' 'X we-0' Z 53 4. -, Green, Dr. George W. History Green, Harold B. Mathematics Green, William Paul Business Greer, Nancy Library Grigg, Calvin Art Groner, David E. English Grubb, Grover C. Civil Engineering Hagard, Dr. Luther Government Haggard, Ruth Ann Chemistry Haji-Sheikh, Dr. A. Mechanical Engineering Hall, Dr. C. C Biology Hall, Dr. Martin H History Hamby, Orton Art Hamilton, W. Wingo Mathematics Hamlett, Dr, Sam History Hammack, Melba English Hanks, Harry S, English Hanning, Thomas G. Engineering Technology Hardin, Martha L. Chemistry Harper, lane Foreign Languages Harrington, Alberta English Hayashi, Paul Economics Haynes, Dr. lohn Civil Engineering Haywood, Grady D. Engineering Technology Heath, Dr. Larry Mathematics Hellier, Dr, Thomas B. Biology Helm, H. M, lr. Business Henderson, Thurman Electrical Engineering Hendricks, Bill M, Architecture Henry, Bobby C1 SSG E6 Military Science f Herndon, Dr. Allen l. 4,-.- 5 . N Education Herrmann, Dr. Ulrich O. Physics Hess, Zoe Music Hill, Madeline P.E. Hinajosa, Gilberto Foreign Languages Holmes, Dr. William F. History Holton, Marguerite English Hopkins, Joseph D. Art Hopkins, Dr. Kathryn Education Hord, Leveta Library Huang, Dr. Tsang Mechanical Engineering Huebner, Flichard, Art Huddleston, Clovis Chemistry Huggins, Frank N. Mathematics Jasper, Thurman M. Mathematics Jett, Dr. Alvin Foreign Languages Jiles, Dr. C. W. Electrical Engineering Johnson, Dr. G. L. Chemistry Johnson, Robert M. Mechanical Engineering Jordan, Gerald W. Mathematics Joyner, Howard W. Art Karraker, Dr. W. Jacob Education Kaufman, Sondra English Kay, Barbara W. Biology Keilstrup, Duane Foreign Languages Kemp, Edward Architecture Kendall, Dr. Lyle English Kennedy, Dr. E. 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Civil Engineering Kinnebrew, Mary Ann English Knox, Dr. l. Wendell History Lacy, Weldon Y. Business Landman, Dr. Sidney l. English Lansky, Ida G. Library Lassen, Lloyd L. Mathematics Lawley, William Mathematics Lawrence, Dr. Kent L. Engineering Mechanics Laws, Lynn Biology Lewis, John S. English Lichtenwalter, Pay C. Music Linder, B. J. Business Litsey, Weldon Foreign Languages Littlefield, Dr. Fl. L. English Lokken, Dr. Roy N. History Lucas, William W. Business Lunday, B. H. Engineering Technology Mahan, lack H. Music Mahoney, James M. Music Marquis, Fl. l. Physics Marshall, Dr. C. W. Mathematics Martin, William W. Architecture Massey, Wolen Physics Profs Demand Perserverence and Dihgence L Matheny, W. G, lndustrial Engineering Matthias, Hubert Political Science McAfee, Hugh D. Chemistry McConnell, Dr. lohn Electrical Engineering McCormick, Dr, David W. Government McCrady, Dr. William B. Biology McNulty, Dr. C. C. Geology McNutt, lohn D. 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Poage, Dr. Scott T. Industrial Engineering Pool, Lois Library Postlelhwaite, William Music Poulter, Virgil L. Foreign Languages Powell, Dr. l. Dan Geology Prewitt, Audra L. History Pyburn, Dr. William F. Biology Randall, Dr. Clifford W. Civil Engineering Roscoe, Stephen Art Redden, Clarence R. Engineering Technology Reese, Major Mark, lr. Military Science Reed, Nancy L. English Reher, Dr. William C. Economics Richards, Charles D. Sociology Robinson, Duncan English Engineering Robinson, l-lenryette Library Rodgers, Dr. Glen M. History Rodnitzky, Dr. Jerome L History Rudowski, Edmund Sociology Russum, Isaac J Technical institute Ryan, Anna G. English Sainio, Sgt. John A Military Science Salis, Dr, A E, Electrical Engineering Savage, Dr, Allan l-l. Accounting Sawyer, Sgt. James Military Science Saxe, Allan Government Scharf, Carl W. Chemistry Self, William B. Physics Sewell, Ernestine P. English Shawn, l, L, Mathematics Sheets, Shirley Library Shilling, Lee G. Mathematics Shupee, George VV. Architecture Simms, Bobbie G. English Slaughter, Richard Dramatics Smith, Frank Civil Engineering Smith, George E. Mechanical Engineering Smith, Dr. Lee l-l, Business Administration Snavely, Howard J. Accounting Spears, J Daniel Architecture Spore, Charles U, Art Spradlin, Joe D, Electrical Engineering Stallings, Dr. Frank English Stanovsky, Dr Joseph Engineering Mechanics Stegall, W. M Art Steinecke, Alan Q. Stocks, Dr Douglas Stuart, Dr. John A Sutherland, Thomas Svensson, Dr Eric Foreign Languages R, Jr, Mathematics Foreign Languages English History fm HQ! qw "nm...e.-f am' .mf ww x 'W ,M fm . 'fm ' if . ,KV ,NQQ 'XS-X U Q 1 V WY . My A JZ., ,fi A5,,-.ic-,V nf, ,,.., 1. ig ,twig :ga 2 ty. eg ga .t , 3- . sf ' a41"1.., ?" lrjlfgg x 1 v X ' -If -..',u'v,-f 45051 xx 'gf ' y 25 Assisting students in their studies is an important part of l. J. Russum's work as I K vggi l fr . ,fi 1 1 :iff yt' f 4 , ry fl , Q qfviff -- A y fr I 'wx f' f ' Q-az. U " V ' teirlkgff se, 'df a-""71:7'ff' wt ' uf AW 'fwfr-f. . ffm-'X 1-VH. ,X- , '. "'--1,1 X f ,argl r if 1. ,gg t Qm Swadley, Don Fl. English Swisher, Mary Library Taborsky, Dr. Ivan Government Taliaferro, Dr. Lloyd Music Taylor, Lucy Accounting Tennison, Dr. Robert L. Mathematics Terrell, Dr. Glen L. Physics Thompson, Dr. B. Cecil Physics Tompkins, Keith W. Physics Tucker, Dr. Arthur W. l. History Tucker, Dr. Richard L Civil Engineering Turbeville, Dr. Simone F. English Turner, Billy Business Turner, Dr. Steven English Turner, William D. Mathematics Turner, William E. Art Turney, G. B. Mathematics Underwood, Warren G. Van Selm, lutta Vina, Frederick an assistant professor of engineering technology. SFC Military Science Foreign Languages Foreign Languages ,.,.p-lf. 4 Wig? -Wm! cquires Concentration .Wlf te ,., ,t, 1 ---- Pl-ii lil. Wall, Dr. Basil M. Mathematics Warren, Eddie N. Mathematics Watkins, Kirby D. Mathematics Weiss, Dr. Donald H. Philosophy West, Sam, Engineering Technology Whitesel, Dr. Theodore Business-Economics Wiley, Dr. Margaret Lee English Williams, Dr. Bennie B. Mathematics Williams, Blaine T., Sr. Sociology Williams, Donald Fi. Business Williams, Joyce E. Sociology Williams, Robert N. Chemistry Willoughby, Dr. Sarah Margaret Chemistry Wilmeth, James D. Foreign Languages Wiseman, Dr. Carl D. Engineering Mechanics f, ' ' .' f.. '. fi Last minute study before entering the classroom is a part of the preparation of faculty members as well as of students. 'I fl, 44 7,2 .I-fx .iff Cf! f 4 X RE 'EARCH fag-qy Engineering Faculty Researches Phenomena JACK E. FAIRCHILD, professor in the aerospace and mechanical engineering department, is researching aero- dynamics and flight mechanics. He is obtaining experi- mental data from a model wing in a low speed wind tun- nel. Working with a 320,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, Dr. Fairchild will evaluate existing theories and perhaps attempt to develop a new theory about maximum lift capabilities of a wing. CHARLES C. BLACKWELL, assistant professor of aero- space and mechanical engineering, is currently research- ing optimal control, automatic control, and applied vari- ational calculus. He has previously worked on applied optimal control for the Vought Aeronautics Division of LTV, and research so far has determined the optimal control strategy for a number of systems. The method used in recent study is the maximum principle of Pon- tryagin. DR. JOHN W. MCCONNELL, assistant professor in elec- trical engineering, did his PhD dissertation research at Stanford University on Parametric Frequency Dividers. He is presently studying the important characteristics of nonlinear capacitance frequency dividers, including fre- quency and band width limitations. His method is pri- marily experimental, using several different circuit con- figuration and- semiconductor diodes as the nonlinear capacitance. Dr. McConnell says, "These circuits s-how promise for use in frequency divisions at very high fre- quencies." A master's candidate, Johnnie Stegemoller, is working with him to complete his thesis in this area. DR. JOHN W. MCCONNELL ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Johnnie Stegemoller, Graduate Student I . . .f "'1-3:12311 DR. JACK E. FAIRCHILD AEROSPACE AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DR. FLOYD L. CASH, professor in the electrical engi- neering department, is working on the determination of ionospheric characteristics. His study in electro-magnet- ics has previously included theoretical studies of the properties of the atmosphere at microwave frequencies. Dr. Cash's study at this time involves the determination of the total ion content along a vertical path through the ionosphere. Information gained from this study will make possible the determination of variations in ionospheric characteristics as a function of time, and the determina- tion of ionospheric horizonal homogeneity. The electro- magnetic signals being recorded in this experimental study are transmitted from the Explorer 22 and Explorer 27 satellites. DURYL M. BAILEY, assistant professor of civil engineer- ing, is working with structures and foundations. Methods of study include models, Kotter's Equation, and an em- pirical structural analysis. Further research, with the help of student assistants, will hopefully predict the ultimate collapse load of a cavity in which the soil is subjected to a footing load. DR. JOHN J. HAYNES, as head of the department of civil engineering, is continuing his work in traffic engineering, and is presently doing research on digital computer sim- ulation of a signalized traffic intersection. A periodic scanning technique of basic "car-following" traffic flow theses is being used in order to utilize the small IBM 1620 computer. A film on computer output has been made, but much more field study is needed for verifica- tion of the project. The results should prove helpful in the problems of delays to motorists at signalized inter- sections. DR. A. HAII-SHEIKH, assistant professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering, has four years of research behind him in the study of heat transfer. A National Science Foundation grant of 512,381 is sponsoring his study of film cooling of a flat plate. He is using experi- mental measurement and analytical calculations plus the UT Arlington wind tunnel and a sophisticated hot-wire anemometer system. ,gg 4' 1 A , 'S 2 . 3 9 .DJ .aff Q 3005. ww MQ Q DR. FLOYD L. CASH DR, A. HAII-SHEIKH ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AEROSPACE AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING nstructors Research ommunicatlons IOE L. GOODWIN, speech instructor, is currently study- ing a neoteric philosophy and theory of audio and visual image control, expediting the communication process as executed by WBAP-TV in Fort Worth. He is working on these psychological and sociological problems by the use of historical, descriptive, and experimental methods and has been doing so since 1958. DAVID E. GRONER, instructor in the speech department, is working to improve oral communication in interview situations. With questionnaires, interviews, and article analyses, he is also researching general semantics and debate. Concerning "An Analysis of the lob Interview Situation as it Takes Place on the College Campus," Mr. Groner says that "Implications and applications are al- most limitIess." DAVID E. GRONER SPEECH Laborator Spawns Scientific Research DB. RUSSELL E. CLElv1ONS, instructor in the geology department, has a 327,000 research grant from the Na- tional Science Foundation and the Instituto Geografico Nacional de Guatemala. His study, titled "Geology of the Altos Cuchmatanes, Northwestern Guatemala," is determining the geologic history and tectonic evolution of this particular mountain range in Central America. Dr. Clemons spent nine months mapping in Guatemala for his PhD dissertation. The preliminary results of this research will be reported in the summer of 1968 at the fifth Carribbean Geological Conference in the Virgin Islands. DB. A. BlCHABD MITCHELL, assistant professor in the math department, is continuing his research on infinite abelian groups. A doctor's dissertation and three publica- tions have assisted him in having a deeper understanding of direct sums of closed groups. . NNN-,A DB. C. C. HALL BIOLOGY -Q,-R DH. J. D. POWELL GEOLOGY DB. l. D. POWELL, assistant professor in the geology department, is involved in aerial geology and paleon- tology. His research, aided by three years of field work, is a redescription of certain fossils and a mapping distri- bution of rock strata at the surface. By using direct field observation and aerial photography, the economic value of maps and the whereabouts of special ceramic and brick clays will be shown. UT Arlington and the Bureau of Economic Geology are sponsoring Dr. Powell's re- search. DB. C. C. HALL, associate professor of biology, has been given a National Science Foundation grant of S12,000. lt is enabling him to spend two summers at the University of Michigan Biological Station to study social parasitism in the closed system of gall mites. He is attempting to find out why gall mites are parasitized by fungus-feeding mites. During the summer of 1967 collec- tions were put together, host plants identified, and slide mounts made to help identify the mites involved. Dr. Hall hopes that this research will give better control over some pest species and a more complete understanding of life cycles of these mites. DB. G. L. JOHNSON, assistant professor in the chemistry department, is continuing his study of the rapid measure- ment of very small corrosion rates which occur in neutral salt solutions near room temperature. His method is spectral determination of trace amounts of metal ions resulting from electrochemical decomposition of metal samples exposed to slightly corrosive environments. By using an atomic absorption spectrophotometer which is sensitive to one part per 100,000,000 for most metals, Dr. Johnson has successfully measured iron corrosion in dilute sodium chloride solution at room temperature. He hopes to be able to measure or predict corrosion, how- ever slight, of metal implants within the human body. ,L 5 .. .. 'veg .. Sf. DFI. L. M. DIANA, associate professor in the physics department, worked in India in the summer of 1966 edu- cating physicists. Another field of interest is his search for pos-itrons in decay of chlorine-36. By observing posi- trons, he is seeking to demonstrate that they did not emanate from an impurity. Dr. Diana's method includes using very pure compound for making chlorine-36, which is a source in nuclear reactors. He feels that this work will contribute to a better understanding of the nucleus. DR. T. l. COGDELL, assistant professor in the chemistry department, along with a student doing senior research and three graduates, are working with carbonium ions from cyclic amines. By determining how much contrac- tion of ring size occurs, they can correlate it with the conformation of the amine. Dr. Cogdell uses a very sensitive and accurate gas chromatograph acquired last year. They have synthesized five of the required amines and begun to make some of the products. Dr. Cogdell says that "Understanding the reactions of positive carbon ions is basic to many industrial processes." DR. HOWARD W. lOYNER, head of the art department, is engaged in augmenting UT Arlington's color slide col- lection for the art history section of his department. Student assistants aid him in cataloguing and labeling. By travelling here and abroad, Dr. Joyner has collected over 10,000 slides of architecture, paintings, sculpture, and minor arts. STEPHEN T. RASCOE, assistant professor in the art department, is searching for ways to combine abstract and symbolic elements to create a powerful and readily identifiable pictorial impact. Approximately ten years' background of gallery shows and museum competitions, along with continuous production of paintings, have en- abled lvlr. Rascoe to continue his research. His paintings have been displayed at the Dallas Museum and the Nye Galleries in Dallas. Departments Foster Studies by Facult DR. l. C. WOFFORD, assistant professor in the business administration department, is conducting research on the factors of managerial behavior and their effects. Estab- lishing the framework for this study was a theoretical paper published in the December, 1967, issue of Per- sonnel Psychology. With Dr. Wofford's method, employeS are able to rate their supervisors' success. He also feels that the study should be replicated with managers meas- uring their own managerial success. DR. KATHRYN HOPKINS, assistant professor in the education department, is studying English curricula and learning theories. She is comparing traditional English methodology and the new programs described by ProjeCY English of the US Office of Education and the National Council of Teachers of English. Her method includes a questionnaire survey of college English activities of stu- dents from differing high schools methodologies. Dr. Hopkins feels that her research gives added importance of creative and exciting teaching for potential English l I teachers. DR. GEORGE GREEN DR. HOWARD LACKMAN HISTORY l l lt 'ji it . i l ,f"5lwg , 1 . 1 I V f lalif Q Y If 1 X l i5f6'l'?' 5 lgvx '. . ,, n - -. '84, 71? , If gil .fig :I-'lg' - A. l' Q I l ,,g.7v5,,-2iJ.g, .rA- It 11.1 A. l I ff , -:ffl T ,Fly ' ga A l . ' -fps.. ' ' ff" inf:-if fl I 2 J , - ,Qu .- ., fx ,g 03351. ix ' N'-L we .' 3.5, 1 ,?lf,..' X STEPHEN T. RASCOE ART DR. WILMON H. DROZE, assistant professor in the his- tory department, is conducting research on the history of conservation of resources. His research, titled "New Deal Shelterbelt Project," is concerned with the histori- cal value of tree-planting on the Great Plains in the 193O's. He read a paper on the subject for the W. P. Webb Lectures at UT Arlington in the spring of 1967. Dr. Droze hopes that when his work is published, it will focus attention upon the need for plains forestry. DR. MARTIN H. HALL, assistant professor in the history department, is researching a project on complete anno- tated muster rolls of the army of New Mexico. His pre- vious work in this area includes two books about the Civil War. This project includes finding adequate and accurate source materials concerning total personnel, casualties, and biographical backgrounds. This research on the Civil War and Reconstruction is sponsored by the Liberal Arts Department. STEPHEN B. OATES, instructor in the history depart- ment, is writing John Brown: A Study in Religious Fanat- icism, his fourth book. His other books and 23 articles in his field of specialization serve as background for his research in the pychology of the religious fanatic. Pro- fessor Oates hopes to do a book in the future on fanati- cism and the coming of the American Civil War. A portion of his current book was published in the Winter, 1967. issue of the Southwest Review. ALLAN SAX, instructor in the government department. is researching social change and desegregation prob- lems. lvlr. Sax is attacking the problem of how a com- munity is able to undertake considerable social change and maintain its cohesiveness. DR. HOWARD LACKiv1AN and DR. GEORGE GREEN of the history department are undertaking a project to establish UT Arlington as a labor research center. With a 551700 grant they have already assembled the largest labor collection in Texas. Oral history tapes and inter- views with the United Auto Workers in Dallas have assisted them in following the development of and resist- ance to organized labor in Texas. Dr. Green gave a lec- ture to the Texas AFL-ClO on labor history of the state. This collection will fill every room on the fourth floor of the library. They hope that many masters theses and term papers can come out of the Texas Labor Collection. Professors Research Literature, Language AILSEY FORESTER, instructor in the English department, is involved in a personal project of discovering obscure novels of writers who rejected them as unsuitable for their purposes or their talent. Mr. Forester then compares the material's style, intent, and content with the same elements in the field in which the author is a master, such as Swinburne's novels compared to his poetic style. "lt is fun to see that even when a genius is floundering, his genius still is apparent." says Mr. Forester. DR. COTHBURN O'NEAL, professor in the English de- partment, is using senior English majors in a study of inductive grammar of the written English. He has used the inductive grammar in three classes and a National Defense Educational Act Institute. Dr. O'Neal says, "So far the grammar has added both speed and depth to language learning. DR. MARGARET LEE WILEY, professor of English, is researching a history of the concept of literary genius as an analytical study of an idea, with classical and continental backgrounds. She has previously published articles and edited literary correspondence and has added to the bibliography of Shakespeare idolatry with her discoveries. She also brought to light and published unknown letters and a photograph of an American poet. Dr. Wiley hopes, by her research, to better the under- standing of the creative mind, thus leading to methods of criticism and better devices for the teaching of litera- ture and composition. DR. ROBERT McDOWELL, assistant professor in the English department, is researching African literature in English. His PhD dissertation, entitled "The African-Eng- lish Novel," laid the background for his continuing re- search. Dr. McDowell is comparing and contrasting novels and autobiographies of African Negro writers. He states that "The greatest difficulty in researching African materials is the non-availability of books. Few U. S. libraries have good African collections." miss i-ir: JVM 5, .., I RN' Y Flllll OUT 1 TA i luis mg . j,w.,M gm 1 0 ,X "1 . 4 v 044.2 Baa if Ama V 7 " ' xxtx by Vt,"--'ir"T'f-1-Xa Nqr' wif! 5'.f.-3023.5-f' , f tary? if X DR. ROBERT McDOWELL. ENGLISH DR. ALVIN D. lETT, associate professor in the foreign language department, is interested in computer assisted instruction. He is attacking the problem of programing a complete set of instructions so that students may inter- nalize the principles of general sematics and alter their behavior, using the computer for self-instruction. Dr lett is using a new lBM 1803 computer installed for educa- tional research on the Texas Christian University Cam- pus. He says that "Computer assisted instruction will be a half-billion-dollar-a-year activity by 1970. The need for sophisticated self-instruction in numerous fields is obvious." DR. JAMES L. WYATT, head of the foreign language department, is engaged in the machine analysis of verb and noun phrases in Portuguese and Spanish. He has spent several years dealing with the machine generation of sentences in English and Portuguese. Input sentences are examined by a computer for overt grammatical fea- tures, statistical distribution and sematics are then re- lied on to help solve ambiguities. J. D. WILMETH, assistant professor of foreign languages, is continuing his drive to increase enrollment in Russian at UT Arlington. His campaign of posters, banners, news- paper coverage, and free clinics for high school students has increased enrollment from 16 students in 1962 to 216 students in 1967. Colonel Wilmeth says that for every 200 Russians studying English, only one American is studying Russian. He eventually hopes to establish a Soviet Institute at UT Arlington. l. D. WILMETH FOREIGN LANGUAGES S. 1 X Y 52 5 KST' N' 5-Q Vx 'S' ga xx Z3 333: 3 ,Q CL A SS S On the steps I sit alone and watch the people pass - the pixie-faced sorority pledge, the engineer with slide rule, the bearded, soulful hippie. Moving, meeting, pausing, passing, all converge and intermingle shapes of their identities that day. Someone laughs, another chatters, someone calls a name. Someone hurries, looking grim, still another dawdles at the door. And as l sit alone to watch the people pass, a friend with love and ginger-brown eyes comes to sit beside me. GRADUATES 1 ' qu mi ----,g-uv' , R six I xx, .,-.w ' "' ' ' Expandmg Graduate Program Enrolls 142 Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth China Arlington Arlington Arlington Grand Prairie Fort Worth Lometa George Walters Electrical Engineering Kewanna, Ind. 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Flobert Irving Davis, Robert Garland Dawson, Chuck Fort Worth Dawson, John W Grand Prairie Deis, Benny Dallas DeKoker, Jon G, Fort Worth DeLaughter, Donald Texarkana Dempsey, Linda Arlington Dempster, Fioy E Dallas Dennis, Bob Dallas DeVault, Daryl A. Dallas Dickson, William Van Dixon, Carrington B., Jr. Garland Dixon, Donald Fort Worth Dobbs, Fred Dallas Dockery, Phyllis Fowler Dallas Dodd, Billie Lynn Fort Worth Doerr, Fred Cleburne Donalson, Walter P, Dallas 'fi X f 4, Z' . fl! Warm weather seems to give students a desire to study out of doors A favorite spot for this pastime is the student center steps. Q A , . Q5 Kr Dunn, William Bowie Dunn, William K., lr. Fort Worth Durling, Diana Dallas DuVall, Linda Bennett Jacksonville Eagle, Hugh E., lr, Azle Edington, Tresa Grand Prairie Edmundson, Bonny Lytle Edwards, Ronald Fort Worth Elliott, Steve Fort Worth Ellis, Thomas Michael Arlington 'A V 'Lge ,- 63,4 ,an ., , V 4 a I I , QAI' 14 ,ff ,vg an ' 12 4 ig? it 0 gig, 9' r ' 1 Cheerleaders romp before an ecstatic crowd as UT Arlington's football season draws to a winning close, accepting a bid for post-season play in the Pecan Bowl. Escoe, Keith Dallas Etheridge, Tommy Mesquite Eudaley, Terry Fort Worth Evans, George William Fort Worth Evans, Earl Douglas Dallas Evans, lanne Del Rio Evans, Flandall Arlington Fagan, Mary Arlington Farrow, Alan Dallas Ferstenfeld, Leonard Fort Worth Flaherty, Robert Arlington Fletcher, Mike Fort Worth Fore, Edward Montgomery, lr. White Settlement Foukas, Thomas Dallas Franklin, Jerry Dallas Frantz, Forrest H. Garland Fritcher, Edward Fort Worth Fry, Gary Dallas Furlong, iacquelyne Kay Dallas Gaines, David H, Fort Worth Garcia, Anita Dallas Gardner, Larry Wichita Falls Garner, Karen Waco Garrett, Douglas W. Fort Worth Enayati, Eskandar Tehran, Iran Gardner, Mass, Arlington uv 5 ,.,.f 34' f D' Q? umbling Cheerleaders Spark Spirit his AES.. 3,31 iv if fi -Ev 1!!"""' oft 41 ad-fx A.. 5 tx., X , ,f ftgftew - .45 b. Q . 6' 05' 3 'Q' a 5 -yr el 435.3 -Y, '-lf' --. 'Dx Garrett, William T. Dallas Garvin, loe Abilene Gatchel, Stan Arlington Gentry, Thomas Lee Dallas Gerron, Sheldon l. Ennis Gibson, Jewel Aliceville, Ala. Giddings, David Fort Worth Gilbert, Leuna Fort Worth Gillaspia, Paul Bowie Gipson, Gene Tyler Gleason, Timothy Farmers Branch Gongos, Susan Dallas Gooch, Kenneth Richard Waco Gooch, Patti Arlington Goodrich, Robert F. Troup Graham, Stephen Arlington Grantham, Walter l. Irving Graves, Skip Garland Gray, Everette Dallas Green, Chester W. Dallas Green, Gorman Dallas Green, lames Bellevue, Neb. Greenwood, Carolyn Temple Gresham, Gary Colorado City Griffice, Robert Dallas Griffith, Allen Colorado Springs, Colo. Grimes, Michael A. Dallas Groce, Larry A. Arlington Haagen, Peter Fort Worth Hackler, Bobby Mansfield Hailey, Betty Fort Worth Hailey, Mike Fort Worth Hale, Howard Fort Worth Hale, Robert Lubbock Haley, Charles Dallas Hance, Douglas l. Texarkana Hancock, Clista Bedford Hardgrave, lerry Euless Hardin, lim Irving Harmon, Lee Arlington Harp, Ken Euless Harp, Ronald Sweeny Methodists pen ew Student Center Harper, lack Mesquite Harper, Sherry Kay Fort Worth Harper, Sue Mansfield , Harpster, Linda Arlington ,X l A ... ,.. 'A 4 3:5 Harris, Bill l. Dallas 5 - . , 5 ty- Harris, Robert E. Dallas L at f -4? fast QL vi s,t. Harrison, Harry Arlington 43 Hart, Antoinette Cedar Hill Hart, lan Breckenridge Hatcher, Charles Arlington ni, r,,r Hatley, Gary W. Bakersfield, Cal. W Hawkins, G. P. Arlington 4 "bf Q: vs A., ., . I qv. 4. qi 'cg-are .J . 1 I 9 1 .- ..- ,- Hays, Nicke Weatherford Heitman, Lynn Cedar Hill Hejl, Robert A. Arlington rd Helms, Danny Cleburne 'D Henning, Thomas W. lll Dallas .323 tw Hendricks, James N. Ill Dallas L Herring, Lewis Stephenville Hetherington, Ross F. Dallas HlQQins, Tom Dallas A ,U Hill, Dwight Irving Hill, lames Michael Irving Hodde, Don Dallas Hollinger, Pam Arlington Hooton, Diane Fort Worth Y . if 1 tg. 44 JU. 7'ffET,i5'if5f5f ' Hoppe, Roger New York, N.Y. Hornick, limmy W. Grapevine NS A Horsley, Suzanne Arlington h " Horst, Terri loLyn Wichita Falls ' :ef 1 5' L- ' J ""':9fZ W i, r- V N ,I .4 Jrigg 4 ,, ' .2 -:ggi 5f "':.fgf! Horst, William J Wichita Falls ' Horsimann, Katherine --....- -rv Des Moines, Iowa , H - M, Hoskins, lohn Fort Worth Howard, William Coronado, Cal. .. ..-..7-J, rv- in Howell, Daniel Fort Worth Hoyle, Larry Bynum Hrncir, Donald Dallas Hubbard, Myriam Fort Worth Huens, Richard Dallas Hughes, Oscar M. Cleburne Huguley, Carl Dallas Hulen, Flobert Dallas Hull, Guy W. ll Garland Huntsinger, Larry Lorena Hutchinson, Charles Beulah, Colo. Hutchison, Charles E Dallas Hyde, Haven Arlington lmber, Karen Fort Worth lmwalle, Martin Dallas Jacob, Frank J. Denison Jacobs, William L. lll Burleson Jenkins, Chris Arlington Highlight of the year for the Wesley Foundation was the week- long dedication of their new cam- pus student center in December. Les Choisies actives perform for prospective pledges during a fall rush party. Front row in a sailing skit are Cheryl Zelt, Linda Long, Sue Watson, Pat Morey, Barbara Stuart, and Sherry Ferguson. Jeter, Bennie E. Jodon, Bill Johnson, Donald Johnson, James Johnson, Lonnie H. Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Nancy C. Johnson, Sharon Jones, Coy Jones, Freda Jones, Larry W, Jones, Richard Jones, Flobert Jones, Sharon A, Jones, Jerry O. Justice, Jim Kamerud, Jerry A. Kasper, Wesley E Keel, Carol Keel, Raymond Keith, Tani Kerl, James M Killough, Sarah King, Dennis Arlington Irving Dallas Fort Worth Arlington Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Arlington Dallas Carrollton Dallas Duncanville Maypearl Arlington Belvidere, lll, Arlington Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Grand Prairie Dallas i i Sororities Stage all Rush Week Skit 'AN hm,-f .N If iw 5rv' 72.-"F IU! 'Fi-Q fbi ff 229 53 l is-' QR King, James C., ll Farmers Branch Kirby, Jerry N. Avalon Kirby, Suzzanne Corsicana Kirby, Walter V. Grand Prairie Kirk, Steve Dallas Kirland, Tim Cuero Koonsman, Ronald Hico Krajca, Johnny Fort Worth Kriegel, Lawrance Bovina Kuntz, Ann Arlington Lam, Karen Arlington Lancaster, Jack Dallas Landry, Earl W. Gatesville Langford, Donald E. Quail Lawton, Sylvia Dallas Leavell, Hayden Dallas Lee, Sally Ann Dallas LeFan, Melody Fort Worth Lepenski, Virginia Fort Worth Lewis, Larry Arlington Lindsey, Roger Dallas Litton, Lauran Dallas Livingston, James Dallas Lobb, Glen David Plano Logan, William Cache, Okla. Loiry, Jane Fort Worth Long, Linda Arlington Long, Ronald W. Arlington LoPresti, Charles A. Duncanville Loven, Jan Fort Worth Loving, Lloyd Dallas Lumpkin, James Fort Worth Lutz, Stephen Fort Worth Lynch, Jack Dallas Maben, Martha Fort Worth Mabry, Frank, Jr. Mesquite iant Card Sparks Rebel Football Team MacLaughlin, Guy Houston Mahaney, Janice Fort Worth Mallory, Fl. F. Harlingen Malone, Gene Denton Mardis, Robbie Fort Worth Marquardt, Gustav J. Comfort Mars, James D. Arlington Mars, Jerry Arlington Mars, Sharon Arlington Marshall, Roberta Fort Worth Martin, A. C. Dallas Martin, Michael Ray Saginaw Mathers, Philip Irving May, Truman Dallas McAfee, Ronald Fort Worth McBride, David Fort Worth McCalla, Linda Fay Arlington McClellan, Jim Garland McCormick, Jan Arlington McCoy, Steve Arlington McCoy, Terry E. Fort Worth McCreary, Terry Arlington McCulley, Joe Athens McDaniel, Gregory A. Mesquite McKenzie, Floy Alvarado McKinney, Bryan Lee Arlington McKnight, Jim Fort Worth McQuinn, Hon lrving McSpaden, Larry Odessa McWilliams, Judy Mansfield Meinke, Susan Sunnyvale, Calif. Merkley, Donald Fort Worth Meyer, Bruce P. Arlington Meyer, Claudia Fort Worth Middleton, Douglas Arlington Miles, Larry L. Garland Miller, Wanda Joyce Dallas Mills, George Dallas Mills, Jerry D. Mansfield Milson, Thomas E. Fort Worth Mindrup, David Dallas Mitchell, Maria Grand Prairie Cf' T..-p lf. QT' V WX 5, Montgomery, Wanda Moore, Allan Moore, Judy Moore, Ronnie Morgan, Harriet Morosky, Walter N. Morris, Duane Morris, Gary Morrison, Ronald Mortimer, Richard Murphree, Glenn Murphy, Richard Myers, Robert Nancy, Jerry Narunsky, Morris Neidenbach, Gary Nelms, Kathy Nesbitt, Hal Euless Dallas Dallas Dallas Arllngton Dallas Cleburn Grand Prairie Irving Arlington Clifton Dallas Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Arlington Fort Worth 1 ,. ,. iw ' 53365 M Si rag 9 I , ,-,ii '--...,..f'X-N.-,,,.f sal? Robert Hale as Johnny Reb and Vicki Loock as Miss Rebel Spirit, present a card from the students to football co captains Bob Diem and Richard Norwood. Winter 1 mpies Features Egg Roll vent Nisbet, Boss Austin Norman, PeQQY Hurst Norris, Mark Fort Worth North, Ted Fort Worth Nye, James B. Fort Worth Oliver, Larry Arlington Oliver, Luther Denison Ommidvardour, Kamran Tehran, Iran Oneal, Terry Fort Worth Ovrick, Linda Fort Worth Owens, Mary Joan Arlington Owens, Warren Irving Ozborn, Bill H. Fort Worth Palmer, Ray Dallas Parham, Flonald Dallas Parker, James H. Arlington Parker, Patricia Lake Charles, La. Parsa, John Hooshang Dallas Pate, Samuel L. HWS! Patterson, James Fort Worth Payne, Arla Jo Colorado City Pearcy, Jalane Dallas Pearcy, Johnny Houston Pendergrass, Fluth Dallas Pentecost, Chester lrving Peterson, Susie Arlington Petrelli, Lynn Fort Worth Pettigrew, Allan Dallas Phillips, Karen Arlington Pickle, Joe Garland Poole, Bruce Fort Worth Possey, Bandell Dallas Pottkotter, Flay Dallas Powell, Amy Diane Dallas Powell, Bill Fort Worth Powell, Elmer Irving Powell, Jack B Fort Worth Powell, William Fort Worth Prange, Bobby Dallas Pratt, Flick Pratt, W. L, Price, Ann Fort Worth Fort Worth Arlington 'Uwe is-,,,jv ,Ng 70: 4P""' v:-.,,,. T? HVX V'-'YY A Q-1654 lr-9' R'-Y we X-Ea ff 5 Pumpelly, Robert Raley, Robert Ramsey, Sylvia Ranney, Linda Rashti, Jacob Rayfield, Sherra Reed, David Reed, Stanley C. Rhea, Mary Rice, Carlene Dallas Dallas Dallas Arlington Tehran, Iran Arlington Arlington McKinney Arlington Arlington Rice, O. Alan Stevens Point, Wis. Richardson, Janet Rinewalt, James Riza, Kenneth W. Roberts, Cindy Roberts, Diann Robertson, James Robinson, Fred, Jr. Robinson, Patricia Robinson, Richard Roe, Steve Rogers, Don Rose, James Gary Roseland, Bert Houston Waco Cleburn Fort Worth Grand Prairie Dallas Dallas Arlington Rush Arlington Fort Worth Arlington Cleburn Houston Phi Mu Karen Pollard claimed fourth place in the egg-roll contest in the Winter Olympics. En Ami Kathy Hickman won the event. sub., Q4 2' Z Pouring rain failed to dampen the determination of candidates for student center, and claimed space along sidewalks for their ca campus offices who lined up along West Street, dashed past the signs. Over IOO joined in the fall land rush. Floss, Gwendolyn Los Angeles, Calif. Flupard, James A. Garland Sabino, Gomez Fort Worth Saddler, Paul G. Arlington Sakowski, Paul Arlington Salmeron, Samuel Fort Worth Sampson, Timothy Arlington Sandifer, Joseph Wood Dallas Sargent, Ken Hurst Sasser, Fred, Jr. Dallas Schenk, Philip Arlington Schomerus, Sandra Arlington Schorer, Manfred Arlington Schulze, Billy Malone Scott, Charley Arlington Seay, Thomas Hoy Gorman Sellers, David Hurst Shackelford, James Fort Worth Shaw, Steven Dallas Sheppard, Quinn Grand Prairie Sherman, Thomas A. Dallas Shields, Douglas Dallas Shutfield, Robert lrving Sifiord, Thomas Hurst www lux ifsg, .'x, s WN qfvffff 5' VL- mpaign 6' cz- xr 2 T' f N 'TTS' vt ,fs 1 hs., -T3 s 'ki' lf' a n renches Land ush Candidates Sills, Garry Ennis Simi, Warren Bedford Sims, Flichard Cleburn Skelton, Joe F. Arlington Skipper, David Newark Sladovnik, Billy Carrol Fort Worth Smith Allan Fort Worth Smith, Caroll Drew Dallas Smith, Christia Richland Hills Smith Dale Dallas Smith Donald E. Cleburn Smith, Douglas Fort Worth Smith Frances Grand Prairie Smith Glenn W, Arlington Smith Gregory Dan Dallas Smith Flichard Wayne Odessa Smith Flonald Dallas Smith Scott Mineola Smith, Sharon Hurst Smithson, Charles Grand Prairie Sharp, loan Dallas Snodgrass, Andrea Arlington Sodd, Pat Fort Worth Sokol, Chuck Hurst Soldo, Sally Dallas Solley, loe Fort Worth Sorenson, Michael Fort Worth Southall, Hugh L, Fort Worth Sparling, George B. Grand Prairie Speer, Billy Loving Spencer, Glen D. Dallas Squibb, George Fort Worth Starnes, James Fort Worth Stein, Sonja Arlington Sterner, Linda Dallas Stevens, Flonnie Snyder Stevenson, Larry Dallas Stevenson, Sam Fort Worth Stewart, Bernie Fort Worth Stewart, Norma Irving Stewart, Sheryl Anne Arlington Stogsdill, Paul Fort Worth Stokely, Mary Ann Stone, Earnest Straus, Glenn J. Stroud, James Stroud, Michael Swain, Roberta Sword, Douglas Taborsky, lvanka Taylor, Harold, G. Tech, Laurel Telford, John L. TenEyck, C. Floss Terrell, David Theesfeld, Lowell Thomas, J. W. Arlington Mesquite Dallas Maypearl Mineola Arlington Dallas Arlington Gainesville Fort Worth Arlington Dallas Arlington Arlington Dallas Thompson, Edward lll Granbury Thompson, LeRoy Tigner, Flobert Tipps, Steve Fort Worth Whitney Mineral Wells Todd, Mary Fort Worth Tomas, Carlos La Habana, Cuba Toub, Samuel Dallas Townsend, Floger Denison Traister, Elizabeth Fort Worth Trappani, John M. Dallas Trept, Ted Dallas Trewin, Walter Dallas Tucker, Argyle William Grand Prairie Vadala, John Dallas Vandiver, Floy Fort Worth Vaught, Gary Waxahachie Veselka, Henry Waco Vinall, Sam H. Fort Worth Vineyard, Tim Grand Prairie Visone, Kay Sherman Vrla, Milton F., Jr. Dallas Wainstein, David Dallas Walker, Charles Dallas Walker, John Irving Walker, Sidney Dallas Watson, Linda Tyler Windham, Tommy Arlington Ymfx K at Z, Q l . Q Incoming campus mail is processed and delivered to dormitories departments, and boxes by Mrs Lillie Moody Brad Smith and Mike Rainone post office employes. at t -sz.. -: -,f ' Q xp 16 .,.i, ,B, 1 X . ' 1.-vm W ' if at Watson, Susan Waxler, Morris Fort Worth Johnson City Weaver, Jerry Dallas Webb, lune Dallas Weedon, Daniel Arlington Welch, Dianita Fort Worth Wesson, Hal Arlington West, Richard Dallas West, Ronald Birmingham, Ala. Whitesel, Robert Curtis Arlington Whitley, Sammie Bedford Widaman, Randy Fort Worth Williams, Barbara lean Garland Williams, Dennis Duncanville Williams, Gilbert Dallas Williams, Linda Arlington Williams, Sharon Dallas Williams, Vanyelle Arlington Williamson, O'Dan Fort Worth Willis, lo Texarkana Willis, Ronald Tyler Wilson, Bruce Fort Worth Wilson Don Eastland Wilson Hugh, lr. Arlington Wilson, Joe Kerrville Wiltz, Roland Fort Worth Wiman, Sue Snyder Bonfire Dance eatures Wine, Floyd Arlington V Wlnker, Ron Irving ., 1 N Wlnterbaur, Stanley R. Garland 53 N ,W Wlrz, Donald Kopperl , . 'g 1 6' Wirz, Ronald Kopperl ' T KY, I Wisdom, Robert E. Kaufman Witt, Arthur W. Dallas Wolfe, Larry Arlington Wolfsknll, Martha Arlington Woolf, Gary Bowie Worrell, Maurice E. lll Arlington Le Cirque provided part of the entertainment for the Homecoming Bonfire Dance, featuring their hit song, "The Land of Oz." The other hand spotllghted was the Southwest FOB. Worsham, Brenda Wright, Teddy Wyatt, David B Yeakle, Marvin Lynn Yoakum, Raymond Young, Larry L. Young, Ronald Zavala, Richard lr. sychedelic Band 195' V55 Dallas Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth 55 W gl. ni J? 5? eg. L01 c-' A N 'ilk .-c Q f 4' 'fx xw Q? 4- f, A 5 S Ny! Ax X , JV -if 1 .. 'xref' ,.:f" 3-w--... 5 . K , x ,yffyfk 3 -1 'MQ , 2, Wlsi S V43 ,, X Z DERCLASSM N "hp: F-.whmmmw reshmen fficers Sponsor Float Project Abbott, Carolyn Url Able, Larry Ufrl Abney, Randy Ufrl Abraham, Ginda lSophl Abt, James Url Acker, Charles CFrl Adair, Tim fS0phl Adams. Adams, Adams. Adams, Arthur lSophl Charles CSophl Mark CFrl Mike fSophl Addington, Gerald Url Addison, Ronald Url Adkins. lack C. CSophl Adrian, Larry QFrl Aduddell, Ed Url Afsahi, Frauzan Url Agnew, Chris IFrl Ahearne, Joe Url Airhart, Teresa CSophl Akey. Pam CSophl Akins, Keith fSophl Alberts, Melvin, lr. CSophl Albertson, Ron lSophl Alderdice, Marc fSophl Aldredge, Joy Url Alexander, Bunny lFrl Alexander, David Url Alexander, Lecil lSophl Alford, lack Wesley CFrl Alford, Robert Url Alford, Terri fSophl Alholm, R. L. fSophl Allen, Armon Url Allen, Connie Lynn lSophl Allen, lim lFrl Allen, Marcia Elaine lSophl Allen, Ron M fSophl Allen, Ronnie Url Allen, Sherry fSophl Allen, Thomas Url Alley, Bob Url Allison, Roger lFrl Allison, Steve CFrl Altman, Steven CFrl Aman, Curtiss lSophl Amlin, Doug CSophl Ammons, lan fSophl Anderson, Bob fFrl Anderson, Edward CFrl Anderson, Eric lSophl Andeson, Frank Url Anderson, Helen lSophl Anderson . lerry W. fS0phl Irving Fort Worth Garland Fort Worth Cleburne Dallas Fort Worth Grand Prairie N. Richland Hills Grand Prairie Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Grand Prairie Tehran, Iran Fort Worth Irving Arlington Hurst Dallas DeSoto Fort Worth Fort Worth Arlington Arlington Fort Worth Gillett, Ark. Fort Worth Arlington Hurst Grapevine Dallas Duncanville Big Spring Arlington Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Arlington Dallas Duncanville Fort Worth Irving Abilene Fort Worth Arlington Grand Prairie Harlingen Dallas Dallas Lancaster 5 1 R ,N N I fggf :X L Eff ,D ae . NAS Q' 2. ' 5,42 ga is - W Sf I ' wil 1 90 0 9. if 0 if 4 . vffw Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson Anderson, Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderton, Andrews, John D. fFrl Johnny R. fFrl Larry fFrl Marie CSophl Mary fFrl Monty W. Url Arlington Fort Worth Cleburne Dallas Wichita Falls Fort Worth Patreoia Kay tFrl Dunwoody, Ga. Roy Leonard CSophl Arlington Steve tSophl Mesquite Thomas Lee CSophl Fort Worth Norman S. Url Snyder Garnett tSophl Grand Prairie '1""""" Green napkins serve as part of the decorations for the Freshman Float Committee, working on their entry for the Homecoming parade. x .Y f l X", , ., .J-f ft ,V , J , , 33, , ss: . " an f 4, I N f , , ,', I.. ,. ..., . W : Zig J N we f' A J Anglin, Fred R, CFrl Fort Worth Anslem, James fSophl Fort Worth Appelhee, Ronnie CSophl Sherman Appleby, Ronald L. Url Fort Worth Arfman, Pam Url Everman Armstrong, Charles Dale Url Sherman Armstrong, Donald B. Url Dallas Armstrong, Ellen CSophl Arlngtoni Armstrong, Harold Url Houston Armstrong, Sheridan Url Fort Worth Arnold, Judy CFrl Grand Prairie Arredondo, Jose Url Dallas Arrington, Donald Dwayne Url Carlsbad, NM. Arwine, Martha CFrl Hurst Arwine, Roger fSophl Fort Worth Asa, Donna fFrl Fort Worth Ashe, Greg CSophl Fort Worth Ashe, Victor M, Url Englewood, NJ. Ashley, Judy tSophl Ashlock, Wayne Url Ashmore, Lunda CFVJ Ashmore, Tommy CSophl Aslett, Reggae Ufrl Aston, John Flrchard Url Atchuson, Harvey Url Athens, John Ufrl Atherton, Lunda tFrl Atkerson, Marti Url Atkuns, lam tSophl Atkins, Lnnda lSophl Atklns, Flvcharcl, Jr. lSophl Austnn, David Ull Austin, Jacque lSophl Austun, Rohan fSophl Aydt, Debby Ufrl Baack, Nancy lSophl Balaunenux, Jeannine lSophl Backof, Becky U:rl Dflcsuls, Joseph Url Barley, Donna Pope Url llulr-y, Kenneth lSophl t'f,nIr-y lJ.1r1r y lS0phl Arlington Everman Arlington Arlington Dallas Dallas Dallas Grand Prairie Arlrngton Arlrngton Clarksville Grand Pralrfe Dallas Burleson !tllIl1QfOf7 lrvfng Arlington Fort Worth Wlchrta Falls Arlrngton Dallas Dallas Arlington Arlrngton ' s bw 'Q'! 7 "W 5 l J f , ki! is-K f x fy' 5 1 v is Mr , 3 l' -,. L' -E Q", fl J l Surprrse overcomes Llnda Atkins as she ls announced one of eight winners ln the Revellle Beauty Contest, held ln the theatre . 1-A J , -vu . Z 1 ,,, A 'V X X 'T' nsx M21 Ll ' .sf x l , -C? 5: T 9 Al Q-'X X pf J t Sq Eight Reveille Beauties Named in inals f' ' J . ff' I 4, X f X lx ' Af, as X'f:g'? A K wie , 4 U 5 it Q, iv tt i t 'la 1' 4 N S ,, iw xlxtflls lKWrZ"S . Q5 f xf , lk: f l , V- is 'Xl 6 .1 49 5 Ma... ' r' 2-s M, figs Z4 Qu Li.. Hs., iv , tra' W.. ' 4 f ' Q 7 s 1 V N xx agar' , W Was! X X sv A tba:-J I ,N Bain, Ronald Url Baird, Guy, Jr. Url Baird, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baken Baken Baken Baken Baken Baken Jo Dora Url George Url Gerald Url James H. CSophl Jenny Url Jerry CFrl Kenny fFrl PEQQY CFFJ Shirline CSophl Terry lS0phl Baldridge, Ralph Url Baldwin, Joyce fSophl Baldwin, Richard lFrl Balentine, Ginger fSophl Ball, John Url Ball, Sally Ufrl Ballard, Robert S, Url Balyin, Banks, Barbara lFrl David Ufrl Barber, Paula Url Barber, Rodney Url Barfield, Jerry Url Bargas Barger Barger Barger Barker Barker Barkin, v 1 , Gary tSophl Howard Ufrl Jerry tSophl Michael U:rl Scott Url Vicki CSophl David L rm Barksdale, Arlen O. Url Barksdale, Gary CSophl Barnes, Barbara lFrl Barnes, Larry CSophl Barnett, Bobbye CSophl Fort Benning, Ga. Dallas Palacius Fort Worth Victoria Arlington Fort Worth Abilene Irving Fort Worth Grand Prairie Fort Worth Fort Worth Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Arlington Arlington Arlington Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Hurst Arlington Fort Worth Fort Worth Texas City Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Terrell Arlington Fort Worth Fort Worth Grand Prairie Barnett, Michael E. Url Fort Worth Barnett, Tina tSophl Arlington Barnhorst, Ardith CSophl Dallas Barron, Roy tSophl Charleston, S. C. Bartelli, Sandi CSophl Fort Worth Bartlett, Michael Ufrl Ballinger Barton, Johnnie Lou Ufrl Marlin Barton, Susan lSophl Fort Worth Bass, Lynda CSophl Arlington Bateman, Edwin Url Dallas Bates, Bradley CSophl Fort Worth Bates, Randy tSophl Dallas Bates, Richard Url Arlington Bates, Robert Ufrl Dallas Bauer, Ralph fFrl Arlington Baxter, Leslie CSophl Dallas Beach, Candance Ufrl Waco Beaird, Donna Ufrl Arlington Beal, Kimberly CFU Fort Worth Beall, Cris CFU Van Beam, lohn CFU Newark Beaman, Larry CSophJ Dallas Bean, Elaine CJU Dallas Bean, Bobert ClU Dallas Bean, William L. CJU Dallas Bearce, Michael Glenn CFU Fort Worth Beaty, Mary Ann CFU Odessa Beatty, Mary CFU Longview Beaupre, Thomas CFU Dallas Beck, David B. CFU Garland Beck, Luke CSophj Dallas Beckel, Billy CFU Dallas Becker, Ardith CSophJ San Antonio Beddingfield, Don Fl, CJU Duncanville Beeler, Dwayne ClU Fort Worth Beernan, Anne CSophJ Arlington ighest Bidders Claim aptist Freshmen Beggs, lim ClU Irving Behnke, Susan ClU Fort Worth Beil, Moonyean CJU Fort Worth Belcher, Kent CFU Grand Prairie Bell, Fred L. CSophj Dallas Bell, Mike CFU Irving Bell, Patricia CSophJ Fort Worth Belzung, Dan CSophJ San Antonio Benham, Flose ClU Fort Worth Benjamin, Flichard CFU Dallas Bennett, lohn CFU Fort Worth Bennett, Larry ClU Dallas Bennett, Stephen CFU Irving Benson, Carla Kay ClU Dallas Benson, Skip ClU Duncanville Bentley, Beverly CFU Arlington Benton, Warren CFU Arlington Berliner, Andrea CSophl Fort Worth Berry, Tommy CSophJ Arlington Beseda, Allen ClU Dallas Besinque, Brian CSophJ Arcadia, Calif. Betts, Stephen CSophJ Fort Worth Bibb, Brain CSophJ Graham Biebighauser, Mark CSophJ Fort Worth Bilger, Kenneth R CFU Grand Prairie Billingsley, Bay CFU Mesquite Billingsley, Sheryl CSophJ Fort Worth Binqaman, ludy CFU Arlington Biilfs Bayford CSophj Waco Bii'nf-ir, Terry CSophJ Corsicana TWWNWM QSNW l' " " ,f X f' ,Qs ,Q an Ax-fi as W X ,rex gl x 1 s tw? 5 ,W 2 Q tg ig ,Wt 7 , 45 Q 49' fgwamd f ...M Wk Auctioneer of the "Slime Slave Sale" of freshmen, Wayne Ashlock encourages bidding on Carol Walthal at the Baptist Student Center. Q,-ff Ffa? 'SZ' 46 1 mv' Z,- ws.-as-' ul Q'-.:J...: -f N ' f 1 -, , X' 1 ' F If A Nw ., YQ.. gf :ff ,.if9? 1'l f. . M, 1, ra v l W to ,r ,N ' .W ii Z Q ,M 5 " 'Q wr? tt, Q, 5-In fg -r J-Z' J WAFA 1, , 4 V,'. 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Url Bowen, Bobby L, Url Bowen, Elizabeth tFrl Bower, Sherry lSophl Bowers, Steve Url Bowman, Larry tFrl Bowman, Rosemarie lSophl Boyd, Charles CSophl Boydston, Sammie Url Boynton, S. E, Ufrl Bradford, Carolyn Ufrl Mesquite Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Toronto, Ontario Fort Worth Dallas Coleman Kilgore Cleburne Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Odessa Fort Worth Fort Worth Arlington Dallas Fort Worth Arlington Goldsmith Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Bradford, Cary Scott CSophl Farmers Branch Bradford, Jonny Ufrl Bridgeport Bradford, Lawrence Url Cincinnati, Ohio Bradford, Patricia U:rl Richardson Bradford, Wylie Lane lSophl Dallas Bradley, Earl tSophl Abilene Bradley, Layne CSophl Fort Worth Bradshaw, Preston Url Fort Worth Bramlett, Kenneth Url Fort Worth Brammer, Gary Ufrl Gainesville Bransom, Sondra CSophl Fort Worth Brantley, David lFrl Fort Worth Braswell, Larry Url Arlington Braswell, Mary tSophl Fort Worth Braswell, Mike Url Texarkana Bratcher, Bobbye Url Fort Worth Brewer, Cecil tSophl Fort Worth Brewer, Terry Ufrl Dallas Brewton, Stephen tSophl Bridges, Michael lSophl Bridges, Paula U:rl Bridges, Bonny CSophl Briley, Judy lSophl Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Fort Worth Brim, Charles lSophl Sulphur Springs Brinson, Jeannie Ufrl Brister, Donald Ufrl Brister, Douglas fSophl Britton, Carl Ufrl Brock, Charles Ufrl Brooks, Gerald Url Arlington Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Dallas if rr gills fb i 'X gf ,Y X 1 5 Q A, ta ll LLM. ivy' 'iw , A if' if Fire L X.. ,fi F' I I Q-. 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Url lohn Url Kathy Url Laura lSophl Mary Therese lFrl Raymond Ufrl Rick lFrl Robert CSophl Browning, Stanley CSophl Broxson, Larry lFrl Brucker, Chris CFrl Brumhall, lohn Url Bryan, Deborah Url Bryan, Rodney lFrl Bryant, Frank lFrl Bryant, Mary Url Bryant, Miles Url Waco Chico Arlington Fort Worth Arlington Bedford Bedford Waxahachie Dallas Arlington Abilene Dallas Texarkana Fort Worth Fort Worth Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Euless Crane Fort Worth Arlington Fort Worth Fort Worth Whitewright Terrill Fort Worth Harvey a stray kitten was e mascot of the publications staffs taken home nightly by staff members until adopted by a custodian. 5 6 I IK" X fy ,QW t. 5 Campus Welcomes Singers Bryant, Ronald CFU Huntsville, Ala Bryant, Sammye CFU Arlington Bryant, Sarah CFU Arlington Bryant, Warren CSophJ Duncanville Buchanan, Martha UU Canyon Buck, lack CFU Hurst Buckner, Rebecca CFU Dallas Buckner, Bruce CFU Arlington Buntin, lo Lynn UU Merkel Burger, James UU Fort Worth Burkart, David CFU Grand Prairie Burkett, Craig CFU Fort Worth Burkett, Jimmy CFU Newcastle Burks, lohn CSophj Talco Burns, Bobby CSophl Wichita Falls Burns. Mike CFU Hurst Burns, l-l Porter ClU Dallas Burseen, Ronald UU Grand Prairie Burt, lohn UU Fort Worth Burt, Roland CFU Cleburne Burton, losephine CFU Dallas Burton, William L,, lr, ClU Fort Worth Bury. Bruce CSophJ Arlington Bush, Charles CFU Bridgeport Bush, David UU Cocoa Beach, Fla Bush, Linda loyce CFU Bush, Ray Gene CSophJ Butler, William CSophl Buzalsky, Raymond CFU Byars, Jerry CFU Bynum, Sandra CSophJ Byrd, Paddy CSophJ Byrd, Rena CSophl Byrd, Tanya Lynn CSophJ Cade, William CSophJ Cadena, lohn l-larlan UU Caffey, Sandy CSophl Cagle, ludy CSophj Cain, Troy CSOphJ Calcagno, Mike CSophJ Calder, Charles V. CFU Caldwell, Alan UU Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Gladevvater Fort Worth Graham Dallas Arlington Fort Worth Grand Prairie Mt Pleasant Arlington Austin Fort Worth Tyler Fort Worth Kennedale Mesquite .2 , wr - Q-"rv ff A ln! f E l . Lk ,,-. '55 QE.. x vw- I ,Z YA fi KI f 'L d ' :rx h . .Ji ,, - K M., N, ' we ,.-ue. fn . - . l l' VQVVV .,,. ...N 1 , 1, x N. 1 lx ll neg: , .... f' , Hn- Dx 'ear he 1535" Nb' Ti 5 :ff Y hx 35, Q A Qwwfx :Y is ff, A! Q l U. i li x 929 i, ' ffhfilnyi X as il" "Up With People" singers, a cast of 770 young people, performed in Texas Hall as part of the Moral Re-Armament movement, Caldwell, Gerald W. Ufrl Callaway, Brenda fSophl Calvert, Nickolas Karl lFrl Cambell, Stanley Url Cameron, Eddie lFrl Camp, Sharon Url Campbell, Catherine CSophl Campbell, Gary Url Campbell, Lucia fSophl Campbell, Flalph fFrl Candler, Mike Ufrl Cantrell, Ken Url Caperton, Tommy Uirl Capps, lohn E. lSophl Caraway, Ralph CSophl Cardwell, Linda CSophl Carlook, Larry R. Url Carlson, Flobert E. Url Carlton, Douglas Ufrl Carman, Carrol Don flfrl Carnahan, Sharon lSophl Carnes, Mary Octa CSophl Darnes, Teresa lFrl Garland Odessa Azle Fort Worth Dallas Arlington Morgan Marshall Arlington Arlington Dallas Blue Ridge Dallas Mesquite Houston Mansfield Cleburne Dallas Hamlin Anson Bedford Fort Worth Austin Carpenter, Charles Flay CSophl Mesquite Carr, Johnnie, lr. Url Hurst Carr, Flay Url Granbury Carr, Wilma Ufrl Arlington Carrell, Frankie lSophl Cedar Hill Carroll, James Thomas, Ill Url Diana Carrothers, ludy Url Hurst Christmas Concert cralds Holidays Carson, Dianne Url Mt. Pleasant Carter, Bill tFrl Fort Worth Carter, Candy L. Url Dallas Carter, Cynthia tFrl Dallas Carter, lerry tSophl Garland Carter, lohn B tSophl Fort Worth Carter, Mark tFrl Garland Carter, Maurice Url Fort Worth Carter, William lSophl Dallas Carter, William S. CSophl Dallas Cartwright, Vickie tFrl Fort Worth Carver, Nevin CSophl lrvirig Carver, Wayne CSophl Sacramento, Cal. Cash. Gregory lFrl Weatherford Cason, Steve lSophl Dallas Cassada, Barbara Url Fort Worth Cassell, l-larry, lr. fSophl Euless Castleberry, Mary Url Warren, Ark. Castleberry, Bonnie l. Url Dallas Cate, Sandra C. tSophl Irving Caudill, Ed Url Fort Worth Caudill, Sam tFrl Fort Worth Caudle, Thomas Lee Url Dallas Cave, Dennis T. fFrl Dallas Caver, Fred Url Fort Worth Cayce, Cameron CSophl Hurst Cayton, Claudia Url Fort Worth Cestarte, Thomas CSophl Chicago, lil. Chamberlain, Lee M. lSophl Miami, Fla. Chamberlin, Linda Url Fort Worth Chambers, Brock Url Dallas Chambers, P, Deborah CSophl Fort Worth Chambers, Bonnie fFrl Dallas Champion, Fionald Url Irving Chandler, Connie fSophl De Soto Chandler, Thomas CSophl Arlington Chapman, Bennie L. Url Grand Prairie Chapman, Linda Url Arlington Chapman, Michael Url Corpus Christi Chapman, Buss fSophl Arlington Chapman, Stephen Url Dallas Chappell, George fFrl Duncanville Charles, Beverly Url Dallas Chatham, Jimmie Faye Url Marshall Chavoya, Arthur CSophl Dallas Cheatham, lune CSophl Bedford Cheek, Cathy fSophl Arlington Chenevert, ludy fSophl Fort Worth Chenowth, Suzanne Url Dallas Cherry, Susan fSophl Bedford Chesney, Linda fSophl Fort Worth Chessmore, Helen Url Grand Prairie Chisin, Beatrice Url Arlington Clhofiio, lanetta Url ltaly Wx + 45 ,VN 'V , sux vi' is i'- - , E fl X Wi , , f sr.. r , , 5- gg. l, -T it L 0 2'-3 Q' 3- LJ. C f"7?Nl C ' wr' 5 Q C' X 5. Q-v A-' ' x .sl s '. 5- bfi, Q-- f iv f'iv'J"'a YES? 'VX ': rj KI 'N I1 44, , ? fn! as if 3, , 1 l Christal, Mike Url Dallas Christensen. David lFrl Racine, Wisc. 'M Christiansen, Waiter fFrl Chubb, Lonni lSophl Chunn, Lonnie Url Cichon, Richard Ufrl V. -1' jf - ,E f '-.Q Fort Worth Mesquite lrving Fort Worth ,f f,..- - --'- X.. all U I ' 6' -du.-00' .Y N., t,..E,kN-N ln the aftermath of their glory, vibrating cymbals mark concert band member Charlotte Groce's contribution to the annual Christmas program. X t l .. ,,' - ,Q Y- If 4 lr , 1 l an-4? i if , ww 4,1 .g-' '-v' xx g. A . C y , . , varfw' , C, 5 il' , za l f i fir, " " x -'f f , ii '1.,wx 4 'St- at 1 " .b.. . th V' Vs- 1-,W ?""-v Cisneros, Juanita Url Dallas Cisneros, Robert Url Fort Worth Clark Clifton R. Url Fort Worth Clark Cary A. Url Dallas Clark Jerry lSophl Dallas Clark lulie Ufrl Dallas Clark, Pat lSophl Arlington Clark Ronald B. lSophl Richland Hills Clark Sharon Ufrl Cleburne Clark Sharon Ellen Url Arlington Clark Susan tSophl Fort Worth Clark William M. Ufrl Garland Clarke, James B. Url Arlington Clay, Ronnie lSophl Odessa Claybrook, Cheryl Url Wichita, Kan. Claybrook, loel E. Ufrl Dallas Clayton, William H., lr. Ufrl Dallas Clem, Brian Ufrl Dallas Sorority Sisters Entertain at Rush Part li? 2, A 1 r 5, :sf 135 ., t ' sk . - .2.., - . 4. En Ami actives Peggy Van Dorn and Barbara Morris participate in a skit at one of the rush parties given for prospective pledges. Cobo, Gary fSophJ Cochran, Helen fSophJ Coe, Mary lSophi Coffin, Vicky fSophj Cohen, Lynne fSophJ Coker, William lSophJ Coldiron, Margaret CFU Coleman, Carlton S, CSophJ Coleman Coleman Coley, K , Charles CFU , Michael rm aren lFrJ Collard, Mark Url Dallas Fort Worth Waco Dallas Fort Worth Waco Buffalo Arlington Richardson Fort Worth Cedar Hill Dallas Cleveland, Don Url Click, Damon fSophJ Cloughly, Pat Url Clouse, Cynthia CSophJ Cobb, Karen fFrJ Cobb, Lawrence Url Cobb, Flichard Url il V ts R -7- .V P Fort Worth Godley Arlington Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Carthage S dE' x-Zi gang! 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Conner, Milton CJU Arlington Conway, David CFU Pharr Conway, Jan CFU Euless Cook, Patsy CFU Hurst Cooper, Carol CFU Colorado City Cooper, David CFU Irving Cooper, Howell CJU Fort Worth Cooper, Linda CSophJ Hurst Copeland, Sharon CJU Fort Worth Corbin, Steven CFU Arlington Corbitt, Jerald CFU Grand Prairie Corbitt, Paul CJU Arlington Corboy, Martha CSophJ Arlington Corkery, Tom CSophJ Dallas Corrigan, Danny CJU Dallas Coss, Janette CFU Dallas Costello, Mary Kay CFU Ferris Cotten, David CSophj Dallas Couch, Billy CSophj Irving Coulson, Cindi CJU Arlington Coursey, Sue CFU Dallas Courson, Mary CJU Arlington Covert, Fred CJU Garland Covert, Keith CFU Austin Coville, Elaine CJU Cox Carl CJU Cox, James CFU Cox Jimmy K. CJU Cox John W. CJU Cox Mackey CJU Cox Nancy CFU Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Fort Worth San Antonio Grand Prairie Weatherford Fort Worth HN? vu, 7-.... Ti ff ," '15-f J. 'lf-1 M C, I 3 X- 1 v Ks X ,jf 1 if -is 1, az,,.X Ja ,X- -,sir 1 . Cox, Rick CFU Crabb, Cindy CSophj Craenns, William CSophJ Craft, Floss CSophJ Cramer, Carolyn CFU Crane, Daniel CFU Crawford, Don CSophJ Crawford, Edward CJU Crawford, Jon CJU Crawford, Stephen B. CSophl Crayton, Bobby CJU Crayton, Debbe CSophJ Fort Worth Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Arlington Fort Worth Strawn Fort Worth Fort Worth Abilene Hallsville Arlington tk, l N, ,a , I Lead singer of The Images, Paul Middleton, Credille, lames lSophl Cremer, Barry Url Cremer, Tom fSophl Crenshaw, Henry lFrl Crenshaw, Mary Frances lSophl Crenshaw, Mike lSophl Cripps, lerry lFrl Crockett, Alberta lSophl Crone, lerry Url Cross. Roy L, lSophl Crossland, Michael CFrl Crosswhite, Rex lFrl Dallas Arlington Arlington Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Dallas Arlington Duncanville Arlington Crosthwait, Thomas lFrl Olney Crouch, Robert lFrl Bridgeport, Conn. Crow, Danny C. lSophl Seagoville Crow, Horace lSophl Fort Worth Crowe, Don H, Url Dallas Crowe, lohn E. Url Dallas Crutchfield, Robert lSophl Fort Worth Cuellar, Ralph lFrl Dallas Culling, Lawrence l. lSophl Texarkana Cumbie, Gary lSophl Grapevine Cumings, Linda lSophl Fort Worth Cunningham, Donna lSophl Arlington Cunningham, Randie CSophl Dallas Cunningham, Richard F. Ur.l Philadelphia, Pa. Cunningham, Robert lFrl Dallas Cupples, John iFrl Arlington Cuppies, Philip Url Arlington Curb. Marcine Url Brownwood starts the fall Howdy Dance, held to acquaint freshmen with upperclassmen and the campus. Un A Q IS. ?. Q' Q.-.. 0 nl if ,fi I g.....' 1' . i,.i. Y . ., , x si .L P X, .2 A ll!! ' 92525 ,Z Howdy 5 S Q 1-.Av 's s Rf ,, 2' i X 4 i its V ,fig : ,ff is -Q I lfirfwlain if il' fi c ,M 4 'lass 'SSX l Every if ' 3,1233 Z" 5721133 4 . N f ... , 4 , 4 i '19 Hit, :gulf 'f ,9g:5':g:,i-fe XXI? 'Q at 512:::qff4TJ2I2r:zS ance Welcomes New Students if 2, r var Y M' R 4- if 'E27' , Q f WZ' is Curry, Kenna Dee CSophl DeSoto Cutler, Robert fFrl Fort Worth Dahlin, loel Url Arlington Dale, Gene Url Daingerfield Dalley, Ann tFrl Arlington Dalton, Eric Url Arlington Dana, Doreena fFrl Fort Worth Dana, Suzanna lSophl Fort Worth Danford, Randy CFrl Hurst Daniel, John William fSophl Dallas DaPriIe, Walter CFrl Arlington Darovich, Donna Ann Url Mesquite Davidson, Danny Url Beckville Davis Cathy lFrl Arlington Davis, Charles CSophl Searingtown, N. Y. Davis, Cheryl lFrl Irving Davis Danny fSophl Fort Worth Davis, Danny CFrl Huntsville, Ala. Davis, Guy Url Fort Worth Davis lanice Url Arlington Davis Leonard CSophl Fort Worth Davis, Richard CFrl Richardson Davis Robert C. Url Cleburne Davis Sandy fFrl Fort Worth Davis, Sharon Url Duncanville Davis Susan CSophl Arlington Davis William fSophl Fort Worth Dave, William A. lFrl Dallas Dawley, Mike Url Mansfield Dawson, loan Url Rockvvall Day, Glenn Url Mansfield Day, Michael Url Dallas Dealer, Wallace Url Dallas Dean, Linda tSophl Dallas Deason, Betty CSophl Duncanville DeBee, lan fFrl Arlington DeFrank, Mike CSophl Arlington Dekker, Kay CSophl Arlington Dela Cruz, Eligio, lr. Url Florence DeLaughter, David Url Dallas DeLaughter, Samuel CSophl Texarkana DeLeon, Minerva CSophl Arlington Delong, Nita fFrl Irving Deming, Charlotte lFrl Irving Dempsey, Linda Url Arlington Dennis, Roy fFrl Bedford Deramus, Glenda CFrl Dallas Derr, lohn lSophl Arlington Devine, Bill Url Fort Worth Dickerson, Richard Ufrl Fort Worth Dieb, Betsy Url Fort Worth Diehl, lack lSophl Fort Worth Diehl, Mary CFrl Nocona Dietrich, Linda CSophl Dallas Cheerleaders Rou e Spirit at ep all Dillon, John Clrj Dallas Dixson, James D. CSophJ Fort Worth Dobbs, Charles O. Clrj Dallas Dobbs, John Lucky CSophj Arlington Dodgen, Linda CSophJ Arlington Dodson, Alvy CFrJ Arlington Dodson, Kenneth CSophJ Dallas Dodson, Nancy CSophJ Fort Worth Dodson, C. Pat CSophJ Dallas Dodson, Richard M., Jr. CSophJ Corsicana Doerr, Robert CSophj Cleburne Dollar, Bill Clrj Garland Donley, Kathy CFrJ Irving Doran, Ronny Lee CSophJ Fort Worth Dorris, Dennis CFrJ Pharr Dorsey, Herve CSophJ Waco Dortch, Debby CFrJ Irving Douglass, Marsha CSophJ Fort Worth Dove, Robert CFrj Dallas Downs, Bobby Clrj Fort Worth Doyle, Wanda CSophJ Paris Drawbaugh, William D. CFrJ Dallas Drennan, Carol CSophJ Everman Drexel, Karen CSophJ Fort Worth Dudley, Gerald W. CFrJ Grand Prairie Duke, Dennis CFrJ Dallas Duke, Richard CSophJ Dallas Duke, Sharon CFrl Irving Dunaway, Dorman H., Jr. Irving Duncan, Dora CSophJ Abilene Duncan, Marilyn CFrJ Hurst Duncan, Thomas J. CSophj Fort Worth Dundas, Bruce CFrJ Denton Dungan, Ronnie CSophJ Fort Worth Dunlap, Charles CSophJ Fort Worth Dunn, Carolyn CFO Dimmitt Dunn, Joseph G. CFrJ Farmers Branch Dunsworth, David CSophJ Wichita Falls Dupont, Dwight Clrj Fort Worth Durrwachter, Henry CFrJ Duncanville Dutton, David CSophJ Hurst Dycus, John Clrl Fort Worth Dydek, Fredrick Clrj Fort Worth Dydek, Margaret Clrj Arlington Dyer, Deborah CFrJ Whitewright Dyer, Jerry CFO Dallas Dyer, Sharon CFrJ Dallas East, Tommy CFrJ Dallas Easterllng, Dewitt, Jr. CFrJ Dallas Eaton, Charles E, CFrJ Wag-Ider Eberly, Vic Clrl Fort Worth Echols, Suzanne CFrJ Fort Worth Edmiston, Dixie CFrl Irving Edmonds, Denver 'Fri Dallas NV' i SN fPh.Pn, 'G-v., I ax, W xg! n - -- , Q - X J li r . 5 , ,, 4' .ff all lit., if L' ' GLS A5 -11 L gl .4 V 9 LMA ill ss! :Ji-4 dex 17' V , J -.lvwil 43: ,....fl , -,. 1 K' i lv C, tv ii W' x K S 4 fb . xx L 3 ost 5 CQ v L. :Q I 'nik 1 V hs? 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V. , ., ,wx 1135" its gmt ' .. i 'I N .:.. 2 P' X T M ' 'study' if as , 'j fix -'X . V . is X if JD l sz gk tx sal ,ms 5- 'x A, :', , 19 1 .'if1f ,'-',' - it use Avi' si., X 9 D K, r. , 4" ,' Q -Hwy -.' . -. 71' ,1- as .rf ' ff f, ,. f , 1 70' xi- 1 A E s sw, S' W iz yi ' l X V Q a 'rf E sf '- fa I 4 , if an l fa! , W , . .,,. fa, , . 1.42 an ,SAS ix 2 5 l l 2" i i is 1 ,xg M so y lf ., l ' ggrw. Fins Q' if i HN, E iw- I J l -. af W I . ' ees 55 ' f X 4 ., , 1 ' -'X f ii' 1 .r1x'm" iW -, sz"' f9'l1a..f 'Zi' 4 , Q l fif liitiixi !' . .t Elliott, Diana lSophl Elliott, Richard Url Elliott, Sherri CSophl Ellis. William lvl. Url Ellison, David Url Ellison, Flay CFrl Ellison, Sondra CFrl Elridge, Kathryn Url Elverton, Beta Brown tSophl Ely, Billy Url Emerson, Emily lSophl Emery, lacquelyn lFrl Emmons, Karen lSophl England, Bobby Url England, Rhonda lSophl Ennis, Elma Lynn lFrl Entrop, Arlene Url Epps, Bettie CSophl Arp Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Abilene lacksboro Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth McAllen Fort Worth Arlington Arlington Dallas Dallas Dallas Westphalia Daingerfield Epps, Bill on Dallas Erickson, Dale Url Dallas Erler, Mary B. fFrj Fort Worth Escaseda, Carmelita fSophj Bridgeport Eskew, Patrick F, fSophJ Dallas Eskew, Sherwin CFU Dallas Essary, Judy tSophJ Garland Esterlein, Laurel fFrJ Fort Worth Estes Audrey Lynn tFrj Garland Estes Charles CFrj Arlington Estes, Jon Clrj Vernon Estes Boy D. Url Weatherford Etheridge, Gary fFrJ Fort Worth Ethridge, Lana fFrj Grand Prairie Eubanks, Roosevelt, Ill CFU Dallas Evans, John T., ll CFU Irving Evans, Michael P, fSophj Del Rio Evans. Robert W. Clrj Mesquite Everett, Jimmy Url Fort Worth Ezell, James CSophj Dallas Faaborg, Mary Jo lFrj Fort Worth Fahey, Paulette Url Mesquite Faircloth, James CFU Baird Fallis, Beverly CFU Arlington Fallis, Frank tSophJ Fort Worth Fallis, Mary Fl, CFU Fort Worth Falls, James Clrj Daingerfield Falvo, Susan lSophJ Arlington Fannin, Mike Url Farmers Branch Farmer, Connie CFU Arlington Master of ceremonies at the grid banquet, Arlington Mayor Tom Vandergriff and Coach Burley Bearden recognize prominent guests Football Banquet Honors rid Heroes Q' I f K5 K Nff as f v NW ax x vig t sy .Lil w t 'L ""f HRW? an Q., C' Wm. Fflrf. R05-ser Url Fort worm Faulkenberry, Luke Url Dallas Fehmel, Paul R. fFrl Dallag Feild, Debbie fFrl Arlington Felderman, Larry CSophl Maquokefa, Iowa Feldman, Bob lFrl Akron, Ohio Feldman, Paul Url Arlington Felix, George Url Farr Worth Felker, Marilyn CSophl Fort Worth Fenly, Dolores fSophl Fort Worth Fenner, Traivs CFrl Grand Prairie FQHOQIIOJ Gall' UVJ Fort Worth Fe'9US0'lr Cheryl tSOphJ Fort Worth Ferguson Frances fFrl Mineola Ferguson Gayle tFrJ Farr worth Ferguson James tFrl ,Cort Worth Ferguson John fFrl Arrington Ferguson William fFrl Fort Worth Ferrante, Russell tSophl Farmers Branch Fertitta, Frank Url Dallas Fielder, ivlelva lFrl Grand Prairie Fields, Clifford CSophl Lancaster Figueroa, Jose lSophl Guayaquil, Ecuador Fine, Joseph tSophl Fort Worth Finkelstein, Nathan Url Dallas Finley, David CSophl Granbury Fischbein, Jack CSophl Fort Worth Fischer, Kenneth Url Dallas Fischer, Richard lFrl Alice Fisher, Gary fFrl Fort Worth Fisher, Jack Url Dallas Fisher, Janet Url Washington, D.C. Fisher, J. B. lSophl Fort Worth Fitzsimmons, George E. CSophl Dallas Flatt, Richard lvl. Url Fort Worth Fleischmann, George fSophl Budapest, Hungary Fleming, Rhonda fFrl Dallas Fletcher, Patricia lSophl Arlington Flippin, Robert R. fFrl Arlington Flohr, Paul CFrl McKinney Floyd, Billy Url Monahans Floyd, Roger Url Arlington Flusche, Patrick Url Dallas Fly, William Url Irving Follin, Susan CFrl Fort Worth Forcht, Frieda Anna Url Arlington Ford, Arthur CSophl Grand Prairie Ford, Cheryl Url Arlington Forehand, Sandra fFrl Fort Worth Forsyth, Arthur R., lll CFrl Fort Worth Fortuna, Juliann tFrl San Antonio Foster, Ann CSophl Fort Worth Foster, Jim fSophl McKinney Foster, Mary Linda Url Arlington Fowler, Gayla tFrl Fowler, Hayward C. Url Francis, James CFrl Francis, Linda Lee tSophl Frank, l-l. S. Url Franklin, Susan tSophl Fort Worth Dallas Bedford Arlington Wichita Falls Arlington Franzen, Nancy tFrl Dallas Frazell, Jacque tSophl Lancaster Free, Harold fFrl McKinney Freeman, Flonnie tSophl DeSoto Freer, Gary Url Fort Worth Frey, Flussell C. tSophl Arlington Fritcher, David tSophl Pilot Point Frnka, Frances tFrl Bridgeport Fugate, Anne tSophl Fort Worth Fulenwider, Douglas Url Dallas Fuller, Patsy Url New Summerfield Fullwood, Travis tSophl Arlington X at 1 B, l if "' iw ' , M KW T 2 5 f' Zvi l r X ll Q . X .EQ ,- v - u-J and ircctor Leads cbt-:1 Musicians Furgeson, Sherry Url Gaddis, Mike tFrl Gaftord, Angela Url Gallaway, Randy tFrl Gambrell, Sharon tFrl Gann, Mary Url Gansert, Greg tSophl Gant, Gregory L. tSophl Gant, Flonnie tFrl Garcia, l.eFloy Url Gardner, J. L. Url Garis, Betty Url Garner, Garner Garrett Gary Url Janie tFrl I, Betty tSophl Garrett, Sharon Url Garrison, Mark tSophl Garrison, Olie tFrl Garth lim tm Gary., Flollin tSophl Garza, Frederick CFrl Garza, Linda tSophl Garza, Patsy tFrl Garza, T, Albert Url Gaston, James tSophl Gathings, Nita Url Catlin, Gauly, Gatinll, William Url Ernesto CFrl Danny tFrl Cilkfll loSSl9 llrl 1 i Arlington Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Arlington Waco Arlington Daingerfield McKinney Dallas Dallas Dallas Tyler Arlington Arlington Grand Prairie Dallas Arlington Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Edcouch Arlington Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth M XL -lb-X Wrv 1. ., t l ? ? 5' Vi Y., . ki :ini .,, 'll' . 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Kathy ClU Gibson, Debbie CFU Gibson, Kenneth CSophJ Gibson, Larry ClU Gibson, Susan CSoph3 Giddens, lana CFU Giddens, Mark Dana CFU Gidley, Gifford, Gifford Gilbert Gilbert Thomas CSophj Chuck CJU Craig CFU Eddie CFU , Terry CSophl Gilley, Michael CFU Gillham, Susan CJU Gillispie, Douglas CSophJ Gilmartin, Bill CFU Gilmore, Barnie, lll CJU Gilmore, Comer, lr, CSophj Arlington Fort Worth Fort Worth Mansfield Dallas Meridian Fort Worth Duncanville Dallas Globe, Arizona Mesquite Arlington Irving Fort Worth Duncanville Richardson lacksboro Fort Worth Duncanville Bedford Fort Worth Arlington Bryson Fort Worth Arlington xl, .. ..,-- ,ww i.. aa- 1, 'fit Wag, Q x """ Q i 4 Z 345 ft 5 ' 'lr' 1: W- -A 4, A ding., J", .N Gilmore Gilmore Michael lSophl Roy lSophl Gilstrap David M. lSophl Gilstrap, Lonnie lFrl Glass, Cynthia lSophl Glass, Linda Url Glasser, Bill Url Gleason, David lSophl Gleason, Steve lFrl Gleghorn, Gary lSophl Glynn, Roger fFrl Gnuse, Robert Url Gober, Terry lSophl Godfrey, Mary lFrl Golden, lack Url Goldie, Eleanore Url Goldring, Kathy Elaine Good, Barry lSophl Goodale, Billy Url Goode, James lSophl Goodman, Frank Url Goodman, Linda Revie r Url Goodman, Truman CSophl Goodman, William lSophl Goodner, Roger lFrl Goodwin, Lee Url Gordon, Suzanne lSophl Gordy, Michael Url Gorham, Ronald lFrl Gough, William G. Url Gowins, Geary lFrl Goyne. Archie lFrl Goyne, Carol lSophl Goyne, David lSophl Goyne, Rick lFrl Goza, Barry lSophl Grab, Nadine lSophl fy- 'c-' ' K 5 Grady, Deloach, lr. Url Grady, William Mack CFrl Graham, Charlotte Url Graham, Gerald CFrl Graham, lim CFrl Graham, Keith lFrl Grant, Aubrey lSophl Grant, Sue Url Graves, Barbara lSophl Gray, Chris lSophl Gray, Deborah lFrl Gray, Paul lSophl Green, Bob Url Green, Peggy lFrl Greenlee, Robert CSophl Greenwood, Robert lFrl Greer, William lFrl Odessa Euless Arlington Snyder Grand Prairie Austin Arlington Hico Dallas Forney Fort Worth Dallas Pittsburg Arlington Hurst Fort Worth Fort Worth Woodson Fort Worth Azle Irving Irving Dallas Hillsboro Fort Worth Midlothian Fort Worth Houston Wichita Falls Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Arlington Dallas Dallas Oglesby Arlington Sherman Waco Irving Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Grand Prairie Pilot Point Dallas Euless Dallas Arlington Grand Prairie Campus Club Sponsors Book Collection 'If " Gregg, Sandra CFU .3 9, , ,4, " Q., ' ,qs-uhm 5 .- 3 'Z f r 1 fr. '.,4,f:s1w. i 1 Q.- Auf... -4m.rWsuit,,,: 1 uf' , 'X-'E' JG? ,V F" as ,W QP' Th? ,AW ' 4 9 if :pb 1 1 4 is an fi W W r 'A X 2 3 at A, . Q fKm ,mr2, 2Q f tw Ninn- , x I--1-52 , wr: , wi ff r f C Fort Worth Fort Worth Arlington Irving White Oak Fort Worth Granbury 4 R 9- . -imma W i gall' 'Q' T",-pw ,,,,.---' ,,,.,.....--- d, W.. ..wQy2",,'5.f'e"n:s-'1'fw - . . ift:..x :V , L, +42 5:34343-G ,. K. K I7 I I 1 3 Lim ly 2 tpiff 'C like it P Q11 lb 5-lilfm F 365: Quill-if-1 4' v 7 glgwll ta was fifjfiilgilifihkljv it at Qllfillia L5 U if To furnish reading material for the men in Viet Nam, the Women's Service Organization sponsored a book drive to collect used paperbacks, Griffin, Griffin Griffin, Griffin, Griffin, Griffin, Cheryl CFU Don S. CFU Leonard CFU Nieta CFU Rhonda CFU Sandra CSophJ Griffith, B. Fi. ClU Grigis, Cynthia CFU Grigsby, David CFU Grimes, James CSophj Groce, Charlotte CFU Groseclose, Sandra ClU Arlington Garland Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Cleburne Caddo Mills Fort Worth Dallas 491 1 ,,. ., l i i ll Folksingers limmy Everett and Charles Nichols hold a concert at Pachl, giving a performance for an audience of dormitory boys and their dates. Gundrum, Russ CFrj Gunter, Erlynne CFrj Gunter, Jimmy CSophJ Guthrie, Bill Cm Guthrie, Greg CFO Gutiebrez, Fred CFrJ Gwllt, Larry CFrj Hackman, William H. Clrj Hackney, Elizabeth CFrJ Haddock, Tony Clrj Hadsell, Dike CSophJ Hafele, Harry Clrj Hagar, Robert CFrj Hahn, Bill CFrJ Hale, Ronald CFrJ Haley, Brent CFU Haley, Mickie CSophi 328 Gunatilaka, Wissrnorn CFrj Bangkok, Thailand Colorado City Corsicana Corsicana Dallas Grand Prairie Dallas Blevins, Ark. Irving Hurst Dallas Irving Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Irving Irving Lone Star 'mf Grove, Rexanne Clrj Fort Worth Groves, Rickey CSophJ Grand Prairie Gruebbel, Ted CFrJ Kansas City, Mo. Guarnera, Joe CSophJ Dallas Guerrero, Ben H. CSophJ Dallas Guinn, Mabel CSophJ Arlington was 4 1 G ogy 9- - 3: , . ,, 4 L A T N li Clli s ' f'. S- E .. .,.... . 1, ,.c. w-N, f 8' 'C' zldrg, l f ' pvf?'i 'mf ' 1 its Q , kv I CI? X l 9 G. 11 Pachl Dorm Hosts Folk Song Session , ,am --'- , "" 'Fri 5 by T Hall, Bill CSophJ Bartlesville, Okla, Hall, Cindy CSophJ Hall, Hugh M. CFU Hall, Jessie, Jr. CFU Hall, Karen CSophJ Hall, Michael CSophJ Arlington Dallas Springtown Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Hall, Mike CSophJ Fort Worth Hall, Robert CJU Houston Halley, Dewayne CFU Big Lake Hallford, Linda Faye CFU Bangs Hallowell, Suellen CFU Euless Hambrick, Pati CSophJ Irving Hamilton Charles CJU Itasca Hamilton David CFU Fort Worth Hamilton, Donna CFU Fort Worth Hamilton Jan CJU Fort Worth Hamilton John R. CSophJ Fort Worth Hamilton, Larry CFU Grand Prairie Hamilton, Linda CJU Fort Worth Hamilton, Randy CSophJ Cleburne Hamlin, Charles CJU Waco Hammack, James C. CSophJ San Antonio Hammond, Charles CJU Lewisville Hammond, Jon Paul CJU Cleburne Hammond, Walt CSophJ Fort Worth Hampton, Jim CJU Arlington Hampton, Wayne CSophJ Austin Hand, Kenneth CFU Arlington Hanes, Richard CSophj Dallas Hanlon, Ellen CSophJ Fort Worth Hanna, Peggy CFU Mansfield Hardage, Bill CSophJ Fort Worth Hardin, Janet CJU Dallas Harding, Lewis E. CSophJ Hurst Hargrave, Cathey CJU Fort Worth Harju, Ralph Anton, Jr. CJU Palestine Harlan, Robin CFU Arlington Harkless, Clifford CSophJ Tatum Harless, Doug CJU Grand Prairie Harlow, Linda Ann CSophJ Fort Worth Harmon, David Alan CSophJ Fort Worth Harmon, Frank CJU Houston Harnage, Candy CJU Fort Worth Harpold, Mike CFU Grand Prairie Harrell, Joseph Daniel CSophJ Dallas Harrell, Marilyn CSophJ Arlington Harris, Doyle CJU McKinney Harris, Daryl CFU Irving Harris, Leonard Louis CJU Dallas Harris, Lynda CSophJ Dallas Harris, Phillip Ray CFU Grand Prairie Harris, Tommy CSophJ Arlington Harris, Verna CJU Arlington Harrison, Doug CFU Garland Harrison, Floyd lvl. CSophl ,jp Grand Prairie f ,f .. 'fa'-QP ' ' .fifty ,122 I ,ai an mr .- 4. ? J ff 'vi as - 'vN ?-x 1 Harrison, Nancy CFrl Fort Worth Hart, Bill Url Lancaster Hart, Leslie tSophl Irving Hart, Linda L. Url Hurst Hart, Loren E. tSophl Arlington Hart, Sharon lFrl Fort Worth Hartin, H. Glynn CFrl Grand Prairie Hartley, Brenda Gayle tFrl Arlington Harvey, Bennett tSophl Fort Worth Harvey, Ellen lFrl Hurst Harvey, Grace lFrl Fort Worth f Y 5 With long hours of continuous study and short hours snatched for rest, students utilized every spare moment during Hnals, Harvey, Linda Url Harwell, Herman tSophl Harwell, Linda CSophl Hashemi, Parviz Url Hassenpflug. Jerrold CSophl Grand Prairie Brady Weatherford Dallas Abadan, Iran Haston, Jackie Steve tFrl Fort Worth Hatch, John lSo4ohl Alexandria, La. Haun, Cynthia lFrl Salt Lake City, Utah Haverkorn, David tSophl Hurst Haverkorn, James Url Fort Worth Hawkins, Annie Url Tyler Hawkins, Michael Url Dallas Hawkins, Steve Url Arlington Hay, James C. CSophl Wills Point Hayes, Jerry E. Url Dallas Haynes, Terry tSophl Fort Worth Haygood, Nancy tSophl Fort Worth Hayner, William lSophl lrving 'E' 1 I xx .-.l TX lvw 1:""f .l arkmg Lot Provides Rest for Wear f ,- I i gr W ' . '7?'YM, 4' 2 f C i ,,- ,J ai N CN., . 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Jr. CFU Heflin, Sharon CFU Hefner, Ronald CFU Heidt, Michael CSophJ Heinze, Rosanne CSophJ Helm, Emily CFU Helpinstill, Bob CSophj Hemphill, Andy CJU Henchcliff, vickii Cin Henderson, Bonnie CFU Henderson, Doug CSophJ Henderson, Millie CJU Henderson, Paul M. CJU Hendricks, Carolyn CJU Hendrickson, Bob CFU Hendrickson, Ronald J. CJU Hendrix, Sharon CJU Henley, Michael CFU Hennig, Don CJU Henning, William CSophJ Henry, Barb CSophJ Henry, James C., lll CJU Henry, Terrence CJU Hensel, Bonnie CSophJ Hensley, Charles A. CJU Hensley, Jeff CSophJ Herd, Carolynn CFU Hernandez, John Ray CFU Herold, Joseph CFU Herrbold, Paul CSophJ Herring, Gloria CJU Herrington, Elizabeth CFU Corpus Christi Fort Worth Saugus, Calif. Grand Prairie Wichita Falls Arlington Hico lrving Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Arlington San Antonio Fort Worth Arlington Denison Dallas Carrollton Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Arlington Plainview Arlington Dallas Grand Prairie Seagoville Fort Worth Dallas Ennis Dallas Dallas Hillsboro Hesker, Bruce CSophj Richardson Hester, Michael Lee CSophJ Merkel Heuszel, James E. CFU Euless Heying, Monty CJU Irving Hickman, Cathi CSophJ Fort Worth Hicks, Linda CFU Arlington Hielscher, Lynda CFU Austin Higgins, Don CFU Hooks Higgins, Sandra Kay CSophJ Irving High, John M. CFU Seymour Hight, Dianne CFU Arlington Hill, Charles CSophJ Dallas Hill, Dick CSophJ lrving Hill, Doris CFU Fort Worth Hill, Linda CFU Fort WOrtli Hill, Michael M. CFU DallaS Hill, Pat CFU Abilene Hill, Paul W. CJU Dallas Hill, Peggy CJU N. Hollywood, Calif. Hill, Sandye CSophJ ffVl"'Q Hill, Sondra lFrj Arlington Hilland, Sandra l., Url El Paso Himes, Cathey CFU Fort Worth Hintgen, George Url Dallas Hippie, Norman Url Fort Worth Hiser, Doris Ann tSophJ Arlington Hitt, Glenn flfrj Arlington Hooper, Patricia tSophJ Arlington Hobbs, Jamie Url Dallas Hobbs, Margie Carol Url Mansfield Hodges, Cindy lSophJ Irving Hodges, Karen tFrJ Arlington Hoeckendorf, Richard Url Irving Hoel, Mike l. lSopl'ij Clifton Hoff, Dixie Anna lSophJ Grand Prairie Hoffman, Susan fSophJ Arlington Holland, ludy llrj Fort Worth Hollingsworth, Flobert Url Arlington Hollingsworth, Karl S, flfrj Keller Hollowell, Barbara Url Dallas Hollowell, Roger CSophJ Azle Homes, Evan M. CFU Coleman Holmes, lames fSophj Fort Worth -4' V I J' 49 M, t 5 s ' tu g '-J K 'X ,, i I l i v ,li "U" M. if-v ,f 1' Campaigning in the Student Center lor the Beauty and the Beast concert. a contestant tor l'Beast" encourages supporting votes, cast as pennies. 1 A y I tk A A in Q Ng .4161 ., hi 3. , Contestants Campaign for cBeast, Honor a. A is J.. m Wf'W N a wi A aff X . I ' S ff 1... I n trim ...I Ks' Q-'r ffl' sqiwn Holt, Jerry CFU Arlington Hopkins, Flo CFU Arlington Hopkins, Janet CSophJ Fort Worth Hopper, Sherry CSophJ Fort Worth Horak, Robert J. CJU Dallas Horn, Michael Randall CFU Fort Worth Horsley, T. R. CJU Dallas Horton, Jackie CFU Grand Prairie Hostetter, Francis CFU Fort Worth Hotopp, Mark CFU Fort Worth Houp, William CSophJ Fort Worth Householder, Glenn CSophJ Arlington Housewright, David CFU Irving Hovend, Rita CFU Fort Worth Howard, David CSophj Vernon Howard, Steve A. CFU Dallas Howard, Steven CFU Abilene Howell, Gary CJU Kerene Howrey, Patrick CFU Wylie Hubbard, John D. CSophJ Dallas Huber, Charles CSophJ Arlington Huckabee, Donny J. CSophJ Colleyville Hudnall, Paul T. CFU Sherman Huebner, Mary CJU Arlington Huff, Linda Kay CSophJ Dallas Hutt, Susan CSophJ Fort Worth Hutfaker, Greg CSophJ Fort Worth Hufham, Tom CJU Irving Huggins, Charles CJU Fort Worth Huggins, John CJU Dallas Huggins, Kay CIU Dallas Hughes, Harold CSophj Arlington Hughes, Terrance CFU Dallas Huitt, Patti CSophj Mineral Wells Hultsman, Dennis CJU Irving Humphries, Bill CFU Dallas Humphries, Robert G. CFU Dallas Hundt, James CFU Dallas Hunn, Lynda CJU Arlington Huntsinger, Sharron CSophj Lorena Hurley, David CJU Dallas Husband, Danny CFU Grand Prairie Hutchens, Larry R. CIU Fort Worth Hutchinson, Don CFU Garland Hutson, Bruce James CJU Fort Worth Hyslop, Jennie CFU Bedford lhfe, Janet Elaine CSophJ Dallas lmes, Kenneth CSophJ Jacksboro Inge, Randy CSophJ Dallas Ingram, Carol CJU Irving Ingram, Charles CJU Dallas Ingram, Frederica CSophj Dallas Ingram, Herbert H. CSophJ Bowie Ingram, James Douglas CSophj Houston J -V s '+ Officer of the Day, C!2LT Roger Fitzpatrick talks Ingram, Willie E. Url Fort Worth Innes, Laurie Url Arlington Ireland, Janet lFrl Arlington Irvin, Charles Url Grand Prairie Isaacs, Don Url Fort Worth Isbell, Bob lSophl Stamford Isbell, Karen Ufrl Fort Worth lsom, Rodger Fl. lSophl Lancaster Ivy, George Edward lSophl Dallas Jackman, Brenda Ufrl Graford Jackson, David Url Quitman Jackson, Donald lSophl Burleson Jackson, Jerry Ufrl Euless Jackson, Jorja A. Url Grand Prairie Jackson, Mike lSophl Arlington Jackson, Susan fSophl Fort Worth Jackson, Vicki U:rl Fort Worth Jackson, Wayne lSophl Fort Worth Jackson, William U:rl Fort Worth Jacobs, David C. lSophl Dallas Jacobs, Gary M. Url Garland Jacobs, Jerry Ufrl Arlington Jacobs, Bobert Url Muldrow, Okla. Jacobs, Tony Url Irving Jahns, Patricia Ufrl Arlington James, Buddy lFrl Bridgeport James, Lyndon lSopl'il Mesquite Jameson, Terie Ufrl Dallas Jamieson, Scott Url Arlington lfirrett, Michael U:rl Fort Worth with Barbara Morris, candidate for ROTC sweetheart, at the Sweetheart Reception L A 1' fam A u,'p, Bu Q . U' ,V A Q W3 lui J ? Tis, -... lm' . .5-E'-.N If - U -. xx:-1 , ,. Arr' ,L ir' ' ,. gi K X , ' , 'f nuff f MXL, .-.2 slgvlf li , ROTC Recognizes Sweetheart Candidates are as ' EF' iv I i . -'xxx as 'Q 1 f Mrs v in .. Wa S AS SSW X C M if-. .lv Q53 5? 7 -. it , t,t, . . 5 ii 1 1 Jasheway, Lynne Ufrl Burleson Jay, Larry tSophl Abilene Jaynes, Jimmy A. tSophl Fort Smith, Ark. Jeffery, Tommy Ufrl Arlington Jenkins, Janet Ufrl Dallas Jenkins, Larry Url Mesquite Jenkins, Linda Url Rockdale Jenkins, Steven R. Ufrl Waco Jennings, Jerry tSophl Dallas Jeter, David Ufrl Hewitt Jimenez, Jose tF'rl Dallas Johansen, Robert Dan Ufrl Brownwood Johnson, Benny U:rl Bonham Johnson, Dennis Url Arlington Johnson, Donna U:rl Farmers Branch Johnson, Everett Url Arlington Johnson, Gene CSophl Longview Johnson, James L. Url Lake Dallas Johnson, Jerry Url Fort Worth Johnson, Joanne Url Grand Prairie Johnson, John tSophl Fort Worth Johnson, John A. Url Dallas Johnson, Karen CSophl Arlington Johnson, Larry Url Fort Worth Johnson, Lorraine Url Arlington Johnson, Morriss W. tFrl Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Johnson, Patsye tSophl Dallas Johnson, Randy tSophl Abilene Johnson, Ronald Ufrl Gatesville Johnson, William Ufrl Fort Worth Johnston, Mike tSophl Carthage Johnston, Linda CFrl Dallas Johnston, Michael S. tSophl Tyler Joiner, Linda Kay tSophl Fort Worth Joiner, Richard King Ufrl Dallas Jones, Anthony A. CSophl Garland Jones, Bobby Gene Ufrl Dallas Jones, Charles Ufrl Cleburne Jones, Emilie CFrl Waco Jones, James R. Ufrl Dallas Jones, Jonne Url Dallas Jones, Judy Url Dallas Jones, Karen tSophl Arlington Jones, l.. W. tSophl Dallas Jones, Michael lSophl Fort Worth Jones, Monty D. tSophl Roanoke Jones, Nancy fFrl Arlington Jones, Pat lSophl Fort Worth Jones, Patricia tFrl Fort Worth Jones, Sharon lSophl Dallas Jones, Susan Url Arlington Jordan, Paula fSophl Arlington Joyce, Pamela fSophl Fort Worth Joyce, Susan Url Fort Worth Judd, James lFrl luricek, Michael lFrl Kaemper, Ko Url Kalan, Tommy lFrl Kaler, Mike lFrl Kam, Tommy lFrl Fort Worth Dallas Amarillo Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Karr, Russell lFrl Fort Worth Karus, Deborah lSophl Dallas Kaster, William lFrl Grand Prairie Keating, lerome lSophl Fort Worth Keel, Louvenia Louise CFrl Fort Worth Keen, James Url Dallas Keenan, Cassie lFrl Bedford Keith, Eddie CFrl Mansfield Keith, Ladelle fSophl Arlington Kellar, Bobby lFrl Smithville Kelly, Keith lFrl Fort Worth Kelly, Larry CSophl Waco Kelly, Mike Url Tyler Kelly, Ronnie lFrl Fort Worth Kelso, Larry Rex lSophl Monterrey, Mex. Kelton, George A. lFrl Henrietta Kemp, Vivian Ufrl Irving Kempff, Feico fFrl Fort Worth Kennedy, Charles Url Naples Kennedy, James W. lFrl Marshall Kennedy, Phil Url Arlington Kennington, Milas lFrl Dallas Kent, Greg Url Arlington Kent, Robert lSophl Garland Kersen, Anna Marie lFrl Arlington Kestler, Eddie lFrl Fort Worth Key, Dennis Url Burleson Key, Miki Url Arlington Kildow, Randall Url Fort Worth Killian, Michael lSophl Fort Worth King, Kathy lSophl Arlington King, Lyndon CFrl Grand Prairie King, Phil lSophl Cleburne Kinney, Gordon Url Arlington Kinsey, Sharon lSophl Arlington Kirbie, Ken lSop'hl Fort Worth Kirby, Robert lSophl Garland Kirk, Donald lSophl Arlington Kirk, Shirley lFrl Dallas Kirkpatrick, Carol Url Arlington Kirkpatrick, leff lFrl Garland Kirkpatrick, Sharon Ufrl Arlington Kisinger, George lFrl Irving Kittrell, Linda Ufrl Grand Prairie Klepper, Steve lSophl San Diego, Calif. Knowles, Brenda F. CSophl Arlington Knowles, Linda CSophl Irving Knox, lames Url Dallas ix J rv vs OX QPF' Y NL ,az- f-.--pf. , ., 3 4' is may I L Ki 'I V fr' Q1 I KL CTC, I i sail ' t , A 2-1 " 1' X Al S L E . ,- ,J - ' I cw., sv' 4' NSW.. ,' K was an-as W S U' gg .Q l fA' 45 an , LM, ea, .K 45. v1ll.,- pq! N 2- 9 e f"" 3 as f e 5 sg E if wg.: f, ,X z, Jj g, f"-4 ,, 1,4 is V - .15 - Q 5' L- ft . -sf 'S ,- -,. we + , we J, . -ffm r.5,a 1, ,Q Sororit Joins in Tutoring Program Knudsen, Paul fFrl Hurst .' 1 Koch, Donna Url Arlington Koerth, Sandra CFrl Grand Prairie X Kohlhund, Karen CSophl Orange P lt Kolar, Louie Url West Kornitsky, Sherry fSophl Fort Worth Alb. 4351 Q'-yr Koroi, Tanya Url Syracuse, N.Y. Kouns, Andrea lSophl Cleburne Kowalewski, Larry fFrl Dallas Kraft, AI Url Grand Prairie Kraus, Deborah CSophl Dallas Kreiner, Thomas C. Ufrl Dallas Kreupeling, Hans Url Eindhoven, Holland Kubelka, Eugene CSophl Ennis Lacefield, Larry Dann Url Grand Prairie si J , i 1 " ,t,, M, Lackey, lim fFrl J Hico ' ' i" ' U Lackey, Mike Url Hico W Lackey, Sandra fFrl Irving fxi':L V RP ,gg A i Hitw- .gif , .sg , .. , fa .,,:, .Z - T227 Q L.- N W i W 'R M gg, tt f be 2 ,af as ,C 59's QT! 1 ,sms LaCY' Stelfe tFrl Mineola Ladd' Ronnie CFU San Diego, Calif. LaFerney, Virgil fFrl Euless Laird, Stephen Douglas CFrl Fort Worth Laiudice, Ronald fm A,,,,,QtO,, Lakes, Larry CSophl Irving . . i TTS" ' ' ' 2? 1 s l ' CQ- - i ' gif Q sgsifwf if . fr ?X,ff v if rye '. 402335 ' 1-fi ,S , ,gi P , i 1 ' , f? ' . .x f 4 ' ' , 4 if lr 'gl Z 'M f 2 -W S fi Z 9 ,QE W MWWFW , ,Q V . ,J. V., N1 .2 as 0 l Naam W Qs.Xi,,,. W :gi ,W rg , K, ,mow 'H ' ' ' f 3 'i.,tF,,Mk ,, 2 Q Qi S X X N A 1 , 6 ,lfk-M A ' .Mgr r , - L ., ' ,f. .W ,X .- , ' V ,ff 1'y:Rf91 '3Pk9'VL'4f. A 0 ,., flax? ig rr.L . s vows f r , no as -f X sf" ' A ' ' En Ami Sherry Allen assists in a tutoring session sponsored for faltering first and second grade students by First Methodist Church. 337 A X' utstanding layers Accept SLC Troph Lakey, Gary Ufrl Fort Worth Lakota, Blanche CFrl Hurst Lamance, David Url Boyd Lamar, David Url Dallas Lamb, Johnny lFrl Terrell Lambert, Charles lSophl Carrollton Lambert, Lana lFrl Phoenix, Ariz. Lambright, Paul Url Fort Worth Lamp, Mike Url Irving Lancaster, Carolyn lSophl Fort Worth Lance, Mike lSophl Hurst Land, Teresa CFrl Burleson Landrith, Kris Url Arlington Lanford, David Url Fort Worth Lang, Richard lSophl Corpus Christi Langford, Alton CSophl Fort Worth Langley, Grady Url Fort Worth Langston, Billy lSophl Grand Prairie Langston, Evelyn lFrl Arlington Lanier, Charles lFrl Fort Worth Laningham, Sammy lSophl Fort Worth Lara, Lydia lFrl Irving Lasater, Dwayne lSophl Grand Prairie Latham, Janice Url Fort Worth Latham, Zane lFrl Woodson Latour, Kathy lFrl Irving Lawson, Janice lSophl Garland Lawton, George Url Dallas Lay, Jackie fFrl Arlington Leal, Larry Ufrl 'Austin Ledwin, Donna Url Hurst Lee Eulinda lSophl Perrin Lee Hosea Url Dallas Lee Marvin Url Carbon Lee Raymond lFrl Dallas Lee, Richard lSophl Dallas Lefler, Joy fSophl Fort Worth Leftwich, Linda fFrl Fort Wgffh Leger, Rodger lSophl Dallas Leggett, Larry Url Fort Wgrfh Leltll- llm UVJ Fort Worth Lemley, John lSophl Dallas Lemond, John, Jr. Url Fort Worth Lepenski, John lFrl Fort Worth Leptic, Rickie Url Dallas Lervine, James lSophl Lynwood, Calif, Levins, James lSophl Hillsboro Levy, David CSophl Waco Lewis, Emmett lSophl Burnet Lewis, Judy lFrl Colleyville Lewis, Larry Url Fort Worth Lewis, Rex fSophl Denison Lihotte, Kristy CFrl Arlington Lide, Linda lFrl Fort Worth ?'N fi 'N l 43 if , Q , K lgq- f S 5 CW i 45 M w- 'gi X fa '2? .fti,f.' 1 s I fir? 'im ' 33? i 'C' .0 vu 'dbg ,V wr . . t , , i,' ru. 5, " 5 ' M . . ' ,, Yip, iq- , i v., R ,.,' sera' .fr ' ,Q l FX. MN.. lf l if 'E' Limrothf Tom Url Lindsay, Phil Url Lindsey, Gary lSophl Littwin, Dennis Url Livermore, lames Url Livesay, Don lFrl Livingston, J. David lFrl Bertram Dallas Fort Worth Mesquite Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth 1 3 , ra Co-captain Bob Diem and senior center Richard Norwood accept the South land Conference trophy at the lanuary football banquet. Llewellyn, Bobin lSophl Lockard, Melissa lSophl Locke, lohn Clfrl Locke, Mary lFrl Locker, Brenda lSophl " ' Lockhart Eric Url Lockwood Don lSophl Lockwood Wendy lSophl 'X Loehr Charles lFrl Loftis Phyllis CFrl 35 ' 2 1 7 ixqlf 'R , 'R ,, Loftis, .lohn Url ??i'i.,.'s 'lg - ' ' L X S, . Nl. V Grand Prairie Lloyd, lames Richard lSophl Arlington Burleson Deer Park Grand Prairie Cleburne Dallas Perryton Arlington Dallas Fort Worth Dallas V ' '.A:'f" 'fm- ' ,M . A1 i, . af is J- 1,14 0 rx, -v - 'I 197- fi, 1 1 w ' UM" r 1-Q 'fl ' if ' f. L in v "..hQ Q .Q . K' :Q 4, Q 0 N Q il' , 4' 4 0 't Pas 'ggfqlbi 94' "JN 'Ei Q. . . 4 Yayftf O D. ip O ,Q o En Ami actives entertain a f 'iw -f-2, t a fall rush party for prospective pledges, presenting a skit and closing with their organization's song, Lollar, Bex fSophl lrvirig London, Larry Url Fort Worth Long, Bernard Url Dallas Long, Susan fFrl Grand Prairie Longbridge, lohn Url Dallas Loock, Vicki tSophl Fort Worth Lopez, Joseph Ufrl Dallas LoPresti, Betsy fSophl Duncanville Lorimer, Andy fFrl Fort Worth Loughridge, lohnny Url Arlington Love, Betty fSophl Arlington Lovelace, Venita fFrl Dallas Loveless, Fiobert Ufrl Arlington Lowe, Jerry Paul fSophl Dallas Lowrie, Doris Clo CSophl Irving Loyd, Greg Ufrl Dallas Lozano, Edward S. CSophl Dallas Luck, Sue CSophl Arlington Luckett, lerry Url Dallas Ludington, Greg Url Fort Worth Luft, Keith Url Wacg Luis, Arthur II fSophl Brownsville Luke, Robert M G. U:rl Fort Worth Luriday, layrie U:rl Mansfield Lundgren. ludy U-'rl Fort Worth Lundin, Chuck CSophl Richardson Lyell, Mike fSophl Brookhaven, Miss. Lynch, Danny Url Fort Worth Lynch, John Ufrl Mineral Wells Lynch, Bosie Url Athens 5 5 I A ti N it 4: , 'Mgr l v K ,., t 47 ,,,. L i Alf I if -- 5 I, ,. Q...- 'K G S1 me ' wi '35 rv .1 uf Y Y Y, as Ji lf' , Q ' Z 7n- I L i Y s-W 1 bd f"e. I O Q 7 ,E was , 2 iw M W C C A X h f ,,, ' ' 'T - -A ,gg-qu a. , ,ig V X Q C fy! , gf if . ,ggi il ir' Qifl! A f ' 1 Kali C , , X " N' , mn. -A v Y ,Q 5 ' " Q ,Q KAm.3.,-1' . as 4 Q.. we A J J W X as , .,,,, J , , , f ,tl Lx . Far' f i .tr-F it -, n, . v", 'QQ x J' C li , rv -V ' ctives Plan . 4. . x V x 3 Lynch, Sheila CJU Arlington Lynn, Robert CFU Hurst Lynn, Sharon CFU Dallas MacConnell, Terence CFU Arlington MacDonald, Linda CJU Arlington MacDowell, Pamela CFU Fort Worth Mace, Robert C. Jr. CFU Arlington Mace, Sandra CFU Arlington lVlElCll, Bill CFVJ Dallas Macias, Yvonne CSophJ Dallas Mocsisak, Stephen F. CSophJ Leonord- Madden, John CJU McKinney Maddox, Debbie CJU Fort Worth Magedson, Paul CJU Dallas Magers, Billie CSophJ Arlington Magoulas, George CFU Pasadena Mahan, Bill CJU Garland Mahan, Jeri CSophJ Irving ntertainmcnt for Rushc-:es a- ,V A ,9 V, P. " ' a. . -as e 3 a, fit' .pm 1 sf, 4 4 3 ,' ' C . 22. C. :'f'.,2?25i4.,1 'A 2vJ"2zf ' 1 -: f -. 5 C' Q Ib" D YT' -12, A Qi :J li it Mahanay, Randal CSophJ Mahoney, Dan CJU Mahoney, Deborah CFU Makarvvich, Byron CJU Malin, Ann CFU Malloy, Maureen CJU Malone, Don CFU Malone, Mike CSophJ Malone, Wallace CFU Malott, Brett CFU Maner, Doland C. CSophJ Mangrum, William Boyd CJU Mann, Jimmy CJU Manrriquez, Nicholas CJU Mantooth, Edmund CJU Mar, Larry CFU Marak, Sonny CJU March, Paul CSophJ Marin, John C. CJU Marshall, Marshall, Marshall, Marshall, Marshall. Carl CSophj James CFU Jim CFU Lynn CFU William E. Jr. CJ Marslett, David CFU Martin, Bruce M. CFU Martin, Carolyn CFU Martin, Chuck CFU Martin, David W. CFU Martin, Mildred CFU rl Alvarado Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Arlington Dallas Fort Worth Springtown Everman Crowley Arlington West Fort Worth Dallas Irving Fort Worth West Wilton, Conn. Brownsville Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Atlanta Fort Worth Mesquite Irving ,fawwwwaww MQW Alfasig Larry Wolfe prompts Delta Zeta Martha Corboy during a soggy event, the jousting contest, in the Alpha Sigma Chi Winter Olympics. Martinez, Victoria Url San Angelo Marzoriie, Francia fSophJ Arlington Mask, Kenneth CFO Fort Worth Mason, Jerri CFU Fort Worth Mason, Rita tFrJ Walnut Springs Massab, Nick iFrJ Dallas Fort Worth Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Massengale, Michael Uri Mathis, Beverly lSophJ Mathis, Diana CFU Mathis, Jerry Url Dallas Mathis, John M. tSophJ Pittsburg Matlock, Robert l, llfrj Bonham Matthews, Dale CFU Mineral Wells Matthews, Frank CSophj Fort Worth .Q V Matthews, Jerry fSophJ Dallas X .N Maughan, Barry CSophj Gainesville ' , Maxey, Rick CSophJ Pampa Maxwell, Lester E. lFrJ Fort Worth LQ if Martin, Roger tSophJ Martin, Sam fFrJ Martin, Sherry CFrJ Martin, Shirley lFrJ Martin, Sunnye Ury Martinez, Pete Url Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Midland Wylie QQ P 2 5 l i 9, I R i fx x .-. Q. C""' if Z g- ,. Q f is ff? i raternit Sponsors Winter X 4? W 'S W, t- Lanz, I xt! a ti nk, 6 t x,,, .5 3 r, Q, 'ze ww I, Ag, ir " 4 Tv X h 'X "" ri 0 rr 'Z 1 W 725: JT, X Ph 53 ,wa fm 'I G A - -. tn' QM i.: 1 CS! law W ffe X X U 2 -J Q isfyy ffftr-if s x 3 X 19' 'sg V 4+ Kg- 4 'lm lm Y Q gr I if mpic ames Maxwell, Robert CSophJ Newport News, Va, Mayfield, Lynda CSophJ Fort Worth Mayhew, Brenda CSophl Cisco Maynord, Steve CFU Austin Mayo, Donald Jr. CJU Waco Mayo, James CFU Mesquite Mayo, Jimmy CFU Duncanville Mays, Clay CFU Azle Mays, David CFU Desoto Mays, James CFU Fort Worth McAlister, Verlie CFU Abilene McBee, David CJU Fort Worth McBride, Libby CJU Dallas McCall, Kenneth CFU Bedford McCall, Wayne CJU lrvlng McCalman, David CFU Fort Worth McCarroll, John CJU Arlington McCarthy, Mary Jane CSophl Arlington McCarty, Bradford CFU Dallas McCarty, James CFU Fort Worth McCarty, Robert CFU Dallas McClendon, Mark CFU Garland McCleskey, Robert CSophJ Abilene McClinton, Bill CSophJ Waco McClure, Sally CSophJ Dallas McCombs, George CSophj Irving McConnell, Cynthia CSophJ Italy McConnell, Lester CSophJ Waco McConnell, Robert CFU Alexandria, La. McCorkle, B. G. CJU Odessa McCown, Bobby CJU Odessa McCoy, Jim CJU Dallas McCoy, Mary CFU San Antonio McCrary, Scott CSophJ Dallas McCrary, T. F. CJU Dallas McCreight, Rachel CSophj Fort Worth McCutcheon, Patricia CFU McDade, Jean CJU McDaniel, Robert CJU McDaniel, Tona CSophJ McDonald, Carolyn CFU McDonald, David CFU McDonald, Richard CFU McDougald, Kaye CFU McEntire, Jerry CSophJ McEowen, Glenn CSophl McFadden, Robert CFU McFarland, Don CSophJ McFarland, Gail CSophl McFarlin, June CJU McGee, James Fred CFU McGill, Jerry CJU McGlasson, Lee CJU McGlynn, Kevin CFU Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Fort Worth Mesquite Midlothian Gatesville Dallas Duncanville Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Palestine Grand Prairie Dallas Kingsland Fort Worth Dallas Hurst McGowan, Edward CFU Keller McGregor, Thomas A. CFU Grand Prairie McGuire, Larry FU Dallas McGuire, Patricia CSophj Arlington Mclntosh, Charles CSophj Fort Worth McKeage, James E. CJU Dallas McKee, Bruce CFU Dallas McKee, Larry M. CFU Fort Worth McKenney, Tommy CJU Dallas McKennon, Phillip W. CJU Fort Worth McKinney, Glen CFU Dallas McKinney, Henry E. Jr. CJU Fort Worth McKinney, William CJU Dallas McLaughlin, Larry CFU DallaS McLean, Jeanne CSophJ Grand Prairfe McLean, Curtis CFU Fayetteville, N.C. McLeland, Michael A. CFU DallaS McLendon, Mary CFU Fort Worth McLerran, Linda CFU Dallas McMakir1, Janice CJU Dallas McMichael, John Fl. CJU Midlothian McMillin, Gail CFU Abilene McMinn, Lynda L, CFU Fort Worth McMurrough, Pat CFU Arlington McNatt, Suzanna CJU Fort Worth McNeil, Charles E. CFU Enterprise, Miss. McNellie, Johnnie CFU Arlington McPherson, Don CJU Grand Prairie Ml Right, William C. CFU Midland tilcvean, Michael CJU Cleburne -1- A. pv- et'- -r" Q X. X. I L 'hr .- 41 we af rf S L ftkli 16 ' 5 3: 1 Q- , A , K. fl .3 5' :L - L , if f l fs J v 3 J Xl' l i Q L. 1 4 E, S, ifl fl i x X513 Lit 5 1 ,. p U in Q . -.JC B Y 1-4 I I 7 X , 4 I ,, C4 ,,, Q ggg. W. A X f A 1-...yi fr at av' ,. sp- 1 i n Y f x ,- x 4, xi vb e 1 It W Wig, 0, if x xa :gig , le,oQ,,,W I K WEN, 'ig 'N 'RAN ,Z .vs2..i,.:,4x . V , I an was i, MQ' ., X fo 4:13. ,F Y fx . A-,f:,-fp K :- tw Q Y if 'PSF as x.. l ss Y A g , I vi 4. .Qs . Ns X t usicians .loin in Concert McVean, Morris lSophl Fort Worth McWilliams, loyce Url Dallas Meade, lohn Url Sherman Meadlin, Gail fFrl Arlington Meadows, Grady lSophl Mount Pleasant Mecay, William lSophl Denton Mecewitz, Shelby lSophl Fort Worth Mecklin, lames D. lFrl Dallas Medina, David lFrl Dallas Meeks, Sarah Frances lSophl Dallas Mees, Dennis CSophl Fort Worth McHaffey, William lFrl Nashville, Tenn. Meier, Melanie lSophl Arlington Meiser, Barbara Url Meiser, lohn R. lSophl Melanson, Clayton C. Url Melear, Linda lFrl Mendez, Lou Url Mendoza, Fiutino, lr. lSophl Mercado, Charles CFrl Merritt, loe lSophl Merritt, Flon lFrl Metts, Marilyn lSophl Meyer, Kathy lSophl Meyers, Earl lr. lFrl Mickel, Beverly Url Mitfleton, Neldon lSophl Mihills, Cynthia lFrl Milburn, Judy Lynne lSophl Miles, Cathy lFrl Milke, Laura lFrl Milkie, William Url Miller, Bobby Joe Url Miller, David L. lFrl Miller, Douglas F. lFrl Miller, Frances Marie lSophl Miller, Gaylen A. lFrl Miller, lanelle Url Miller, ludy lSophl Miller, lulia lohnel Url Miller, Kay lFrl Miller, Kenneth lSophl Akron, Ohio Akron, Ohio Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Garland Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Arlington Fort Worth Hurst Dallas Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Arlington Arlington lrving Waco Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Grand Prairie Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Band Sound nhances Mid da ll Lee CSophl Linda CSophl Mary Sue lSophl Peggy tS0phJ Richard Ufrl Robert Url Ron Url Milliren, Carol fSophl Mills, Diana Url Mills, Larry lFrl Mills. Richard Url Minchew, Dewain Ufrl Miner, Miner, Paula CSophl Terre lSophl Miriter, Larry G. fSophl Minyard, Bill fSophl Mitchell, Clayton Url Mitchell, Dwight Url Mitchell, Linda U:rl Mitchell, Lloyd fSophl Mize, Diane Ufrl Mobley, Jimmy Url Modgling, Gary Url Monroe, John T. Url Montgomery, Barry Ufrl Montgomery, Merry Url Monzino, Jeanette lSophl Monzingo, William fFrl Moon, Michael CSophl Mooney, Boyd CSophl Moore, Ann lFrl Moore Cordell Url Moore, David Fl. fSophl Moore Gary fSophl Moore, Moore, Moore Moore 1 Jackie Url Morris C. lSophl Raymond Url Robert lSophl Moores, Eula M. lFrl Moragas, Sherry CSophl Morelari, Beth Url Morey, Pat fSophl Morgan, Alan fSophl Morgan, Dennis Ufrl Morgan, Linda Ufrl Moriarty, Linda iSophl Morosco, John fSopl1l Morosky, Linda Url Morrell, Jayne fSophl Morrill , Jane Ann Url Morris, Barbara lSophl Morris . Billy rm Morris, Dennis Url Morris, Jerry Url Fort Worth Marble Falls Memphis Bowie Dallas Dallas Irving Fort Worth Bowie New Braunfels Mineral Wells Richardson Arlington Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Hillsboro lrving Fort Worth Arlington Fort Worth Cedar Hill Weatherford Weatherford Fort Worth Amarillo Arlington Arlington Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort. Worth Fort Worth Gainesville Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Odonell Fort Worth Irving Dallas Colorado City Fort Worth Irving Dallas Dallas Dallas Arlington Duncanville Dallas Dallas , . , A 1 J t axa' I A" in , Q i.. ,t,, --' fl? Q ,K .Hhs fa? was L, ' Q B. 'V ' ' ,'Av ii ' , ,, A vqp-rg, f QE lg, 'Qi K , ,N 4 1 i sm f 1 ,R any HE-l7'f?Q:iI2if f . . , ,fm 2. X -1' 1 V N , "3 -,- rv: ,- A I - , 'Y f 7 if ,lr , Hx A . ' 1, liz N X XX '75 K 3 QF 1' -L , ' 'iw X 5 fs, , ff if 7 , 1 A 1 .1 Morris, Karen Url Sulphur Springs Morris, Larry Url Duncanville Morris, Tim Url Fort Worth Morrison, John L, Url Hurst Morrison, Kenneth lFrl lrving Morrison, Larry Url Alpine Morrison, Mike lSophl Dallas Morrison, Flay lSophl Fort Worth Morrow, James M., Jr. lSophl Arlington, Va Morrow, John fSophl Dallas Morton, Larry fFrl Fort Worth Moscone, Edwin Url East Millinocket, Maine Moseley, Kerry Url Fort Worth Moseley, Mike fFrl Grand Prairie Moseley, Thomas T. Url Hurst Moser, Jana Url Fort Worth Mosher, Bill Url Dallas Mosley, Edward fSophl Dallas Moss, Ray Gene Url Weatherford Mozisek, Michael fFrl San Antonio Mulcahy, Carl C. Url Seguin Murphy, Larry Url Carrollton Murphy, Fl. Patrick fFrl Houston Murphy, Teresa fFrl Fort Worth Murtagh, Frank Url Niagara Falls, NY. Musselwhite, Jimmie Dale CSophl Grand Prairie Myers, Christine CFrl Portales, NM, Myers, Dewey Url Munday Myers, Gloria lSophl Mansfield Nagy, Arthur S., Jr. CSophl Arlington Under the direciton of William Postlethwaite, assistant professor of music, the Rebel Band entertains during a mid-day pep rally. 5 'K 'M 6z N arties Acquaint ushces With Actives Nay, James CFU Neal, Susan CSophJ Neel, James CJU Neeley. Jane CJU Neiswander, Jaci CFU Nelms, Bonnie CJU Nt son, John CFU Nr nn, Karen CFU Nelson, Sheilah CJU Nevison, David CFU Newberry, Doris CFU Newman, Barbara CJU Newman, Barbara Lucille CFU Newman, Bonnie CFU Newquist, Keith CFU Newquist, Kraig E. CFU Dallas Bedford Fort Worth Alvarado Arlington Fort Worth Irving Fort Worth Irving Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Newton, Paul CSophJ New York City, N.Y. Nguyen, Van CJU Saigon, S. Vietnam Nicholas, Gail CSophJ Nichols, Charles CJU Nichols, Susan CFU Nicholson, Luana CJU Nichter, Eddy CJU Nickell, Boyce CJU Nickels, Bonald CJU Nickols, Fred W. CJU Nimerick, Gerald CSophj Nix, Chris CSophJ Nixon, John W. CSophJ Nolan, Flonal J. CJU Nolen, Larry CFU Norman, Frank CFU Norman, Handy CSophJ Norris Johnny CSophJ Norris Larry CFU Norris Lyle CFU Norris, Patricia CFU North, Bill CFU Northcutt, Susan CFU Norton, Dinah UU Norton, Tom CFU Nowell, John CJU Nowell, Mickey CFU Nutt, Sandra CFU Oats, Boy CSophJ Oblak, John CFU O'Brien, Michael CSophJ O'Day, Don CJU Odiorne, Raymond L. CFU O'Dwyer, Cathy CFU Ogawa, Carole CJU Oglesby, ivlayling CJU Ohlweiler, David CSophJ Oldham, Kathy CFU Daingerfield Fort Worth Arlington Arlington Dallas Glen. Rose Bokchito, Okla. Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Irving Dallas Irving Belton Souix City, Iowa Johnson City Grand Prairie Arlington Arlington Dallas Fort Worth Arlington Abilene Waco Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Mesquite Fort Worth Garland Arlington Bastrop Arlington Dallas Arlington Irving Arlington is 'ak . 1 ::,, as if 1 S , -. 1 QAIYI f . "'-X, ffl- ff Kew . , j iv -all ' ,f f ,, 7 lf- ei? Ss li ur" I Q' 1 V f A A 1 J l 'll."'i f' Q! 1 elf. 35: ,if -1 4- ff? bex vt, 1?"P' x Q23 ef . Distinguished by their nametags and orange and blue plaid uniforms, actives greet prospective pledges at a Sans Souci rush party. Maw I dh , i' l Oliphant, David lFrl Oliver, Michael lSophl Opella, James lFrl O'Hear, Roger CFrl Ortman, Chris lFrl Osborne, lerry Url Osborne, Lynn lFrl Otts, Paul lSophl Overton, Phillip fSophl Overton, Robert Url Ovrick, Nancy CSophl -43 Owen, Fred Url Owen, Stephen E. CFrl Owens, Owens. Brad lFrl Cecilia lFrl Owens, Donnave Url Owens, Mike lFrl Owens, Pam lSophl Pace, Charles CSophl Pace, Christine fFrl Pace, Melvylin Url Pacheco, Alfonso CSophl Page, William G. lFrl Pakan, Phyllis Url Palmer, Aubra fFrl Palmond, Killis fSophl Pannell, Sharon Url Panter, Jerry CSophl Pardo, Terry Url Parfait, John Url Plano Dallas Fort Worth Mansfield Smiley Irving Fort Worth Grand Prairie Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Hurst Fort Worth Hurst Longview Irving Fort Worth Brownsville Denison Shamrock Arlington Grand Prairie Fort Worth Arlington Waco Beaumont Sororities Clash in thletic Contests Park, Donald lSophl Fort Worth Parker, Craig Url Norfolk, Va. Parker, Dean Url Denison Parker, Fred tFrl Fort Worth Parker l-lomer Url Dallas Parker l. VV. lFrl Fort Worth Parker, Patricia E. fSophl Arlington Parker, Bichard U:rl Fort Worth Parker, Richard L. CSophl Fort Worth Q Parker, Stephen fFrl Arlington ? . -',, Parks, Barbara Url Bedford Parnell, Linda Url Fayetteville, Pa, A if M m. Q Parrish, Larry fFrl Arlington Q 1- V U ,151 Parsons, Davis G., ll fFrl Parten, Linda fFrl Pascador, Mary fSophl Paschal, Dayton Url Paschal, Samuel CSophl Arthur City Russell, Kan. Arlington Irving lacksboro Aix! I , ro ' ,,. ww -x ,H ,x 3, ,g - ,ft 5 , 1. -T- tY,t 9 E' 'Q I' 's 5205? " - .s we f .. -.u',"" H """ 'vu , it ,' "a, , . .i. . Q , - at -- :- if df". 4.4 'z 3::'I5 5:1 350 J' 'i '42 1'-4' -" ,,-1-1 . 3'-'4', . . - H-J , ' V , ' " 1' if A -. - - '. ' u- ' 4 'Qf'so!s",a1- 'u " N -Si: . En Ami Moonyean Beil launches her shotput in the Winter Olympics. Q, 2' X g b !- ffl' ll i Pastusek, Francis Ufrl Patterson, Daniel fSophl Patterson, Kenneth CFrl Patterson, Linda Ufrl Patterson, Shirley fFrl Patterson, Stephen L. CFrl Fort Worth 4 ' -Brier' "L: igaff we" Pampa A 21. A i t .. . X Irving .Ya Fort Worth ss- V Fort Worth Bedford ' st .A , 'Z Q, -, W- X it J :fs fi 1 t t Q R I in f s, fi, Q62 If 423 l .A s Q li -X-.z . A.-f 'xxx' 'A' H st z we QQ, w is 'Xi If 1 . A H a,.sjL,f,f,!,, xi R if'5?fi-frail f W " ' ' as " 'wi 1 I ,- "4 if H t if ' ,, arg' V . ,,. V. snr li!-f ,tl all Qi Paty, John Url Paxton, Orsen CFrl Payne, James CFrl Payne, John Url Payne, John L. lFrl Payne, Karen tSophl Payne, Lauran lSophl Payne, Melody lFrl Peaden, Ronald D. Url Pearce, James Url Pechal, Johnnie lSophl Peck, Dennis lSophl Peden, Gary tFrl Pederson, Ann lFrl Pederson, Robert Url Peery, David Url Pegram, Bruce Url Pehkonen, Elaine fSophl Pelaseyed, Massud Url Pemberton, Stephen Url Pendleton, Hal A. CFrl Pendleton, Jimmy lFrl Penn, Kathy lSophl Pennington, Fred CSophl Pennock, Len lSophl Peoples, David lFr.l Sa Peoples, Larry fFrl Perdue, Cecil Url Perez, Sergio tFr l Perkins, Van Flay Url Perricone, Maria CSophl Perricone, Marilyn lFrl Perry, Doyal Url Perry, Stan Url Peters, Charles lSophl Peters, Harvey Url Peterson, David Url Petit, Margaret tSophl Pettus, Bill tSophl Petty, Peggy, CFrl Petty, Sue lFrl Phelps, Fluss fFrl Phillips, Daniel G. Url Phillips, Bay Url Phillips, Teddy lSophl Phipps, Harry fFrl Pickard, David lSophl Pickels, David tSophl Pickens, Wendy Url Pierce, Linda lSophl Pigg, Kathy lFrl Pinkerton, Bill lFrl Pinson, David lSophl Pipes, Cynthia lSophl Dallas Arlington Grand Prairie Dallas Dallas Arlington Arlington Midland Mineral Wells Tioga Belton Fort Worth Electra Arlington Arlington Gainesville Dallas Fort Worth Teheran, Iran Morrilton, Ark. Dallas Dallas Arlington Arlington Texas City n Francisco, Calif, Garland Fort Worth Dallas Arlington Fort Worth Fort Worth Lewisville Grand Prairie Dallas Arlington Arlington Arlington Dallas Maypearl Mineral Wells Fort Worth Arlington Fort Worth Pampa Arlington Grand Prairie Dallas Hurst Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Rio Vista Cleburne Football Banquet Honors Grid eroes Pippin, John lSophl Waco Pitchford, Robert Url Fresno, Calif. Pitman, Alden lSophl Dallas Pitney, Barbara Jean fSophl Dallas Plechus, Greg Url Fort Worth Pleiner, David fFrl Ennis Plunk, Benny E. Url Pocius, Barbara fFrl Pogue, Larry CSophl Polk, B. J. fSophl Pollard, Antoinette fFrl Pollard, Karen Url Pollard, Pamela CFrl Pontremole, Mike Url Poore, Roger A. CSophl Pope, David fSophl Pope, Linda lFrl Potter, Mike fSophl Potter, Sammy fSophl Pottinger, James Url Pouzar, Robert fFrl Powell, Dorothy Url Powell, Dorothy tSophl Powell, Janet lFrl Powell, William P. fFrl Powers, Gene Url Prasieka, John CFrl Pratt, Wayne CSophl Prehoditch, Kenneth fFrl Prescher, Michael Url Preston, Johnnie CFrl Price Ann Url Price Cathye fFrl Price Donna fFrl Price Price, Kenneth R. Url Wayne fSophl Prince, Richard Url Prochaska, Frank CSophl Prouty, Tommy lFrl Provence, Sammie lFrl Pryor, Tom Url Ptacek, Fred CSophl Ptacek, John lSophl Pullen, Thomas fFrl Puryear, Bob CFrl Putnam, Randy U:rl Pyle, Cary fFrl Pyle, Gerald lFrl Quarles, Bill lSophl Quillin, Carla Ufrl Quinn, Jim CSophl Rabroker, Mary lSophl Raffetto, Jeannette Url Mineola Houston Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Grand Prairie Strawn Garland Irving Arlington Grand Prairie Dallas Dallas Dallas Arlington Fort Worth Houston El Mira, N.Y. Dallas Duncanville Irving Fort Worth Fort Worth Sulphur Springs Arlington Fort Worth Arlington Arlington Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Hurst Arlington Arlington Arlington Grand Prairie De Soto Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Pampa Grand Prairie Santa Anna Dallas Dallas Rainone, Mike lSophl Columbus, Ohio l. ,ra 1 W VU, . sw ' i it at B fi-. lx t .4- gs.. 1? P53 e-n X- it. 1 C 'Q', 1...-7 '--.M 1 ' 5 701435 4? 4' 5 it 'Pin l-uf v"' 13, If i I. ra, K il, x T' . ,..., .- .I . 1 . if V .w ff. , 3 . ,VN "4 0 Y Q is ,. 1 ix C' 5. 1 w., . x- - - if -i-A -. S t ll fflfil Y I. V, bfX 5. X Y X .:. lui-,YS .taxis gs?- -'- - il! 1 ...-.- , -.V 1 5, X 'X X, ,N X 5.-rgat if ' X 'Q' ' bfi? if if Rx. 1 '52 x Wi Qyf IXA! W A tm x 4, in ,gn 'vs as . V,,..,- 41. Rains, Marc CFU Ramey, Steve CFU Ramsey, Mike ClU Ramsey, Sylvia CJU Rankin, lerry CFU Ransom, lon CFU Rapps, Elizabeth CFU Raskin, Eloise ClU Rasor, Tom CFU Raspante, Donny CFU Ratclift, Buzzy CSophJ Rawe, Donald CJU Fort Worth Grand Prairie Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Irving Grand Prairie Arlington ". .X F-A it ,.k 'if .- 'ax -fwf i 'sf me-finds., S 9 al' 'Nui' ws 'QQ' Among the diners at the football banquet was th . MC I fig. . Z l f- i 1. 59 L fx., , ik , iff, g V 5, I 222: ' .4 ' '-f " "W , " -3,-vwrf , ' 2 1, ' ,- ,f 4, - 9 wf D YC' . ..i . l M 2 K-N, Nfl-QS X . W' swf 'R rv-qxwgf, .ttf ti X -W fi- 1 f A-:n?'ss-f-,nv ,ww I 1 e Rebel Club, faculty members and citizens of Arlington who support the team. .s ., ,.,, il 'ti L. " - 19 vw Q Q .IF 3 '84 -M 4 1 X1 f 4 f 0- fu I 19, S I fl i tl 22:5 ... Q '1 ,iv 3'8- Ray Kahlayah CSophJ Ray Marsha CSophj Ray Roger CJU Ray Vicki CFU Ray William L. CFU Raybourn, Russell CJU Arlington Grand Prairie Fort Worth Richardson Arlington Dallas Cleburne Reagan, Ann CJU Reagan, David CFU Reber, Ronnie R. CJU Schuylkill Haven, Pa. Tylortown, Miss. Redmond, Mary CFU Fort Worth Reed, Barbara CSophJ Arlington Reed, Becky CJU Arlington Reed, Deborah CJU Reed, George Petty CFU Reed, Leon CSophJ Reed, Roger CFU Reeder, Eddie ClU Reeder, Keith CFU Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth McKinney unch Hour rowds Fill Student Center Reese, Gary CFU Reese, Leonard CSophl Reese, Richard CFU Reeves, Edward C. UU Reeves, Vicki CFU Reichenstein, luliana CFU Reid, Douglas CSophJ Reid, Michael E. CFU Reid, Susan CFU Reinwald, Ross UU Renfro, Bryan CSophJ Ressler, Victor CFU Arlington Dallas Fort Worth Bonham Wichita Falls Arlington Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Graham Rex, lack CFU Reynolds, Monica Ellen CFU Riverside, Calif. Rhodes, Jerry CSophj Waco Richards, Nancy CFU Abilene Richardson, Donald UU Naples Richardson, Jackie CSophJ Arlington Richardson, lim CSophJ Dallas Richardson, Marcus P. CFU Dallas Richardson, Scott CFU Fort Worth Richey, Cindy CSophJ Fort Worth Richey, Mickey CFU Arlington Riggall, Beverly UU Dallas Riley, Kim CSophl Dallas Riley, Sharron UU Fort Worth Riordan, Margaret CFU Arlington Risner, Linley CFU Duncanville Ritchey, Donald E. CFU Odessa Rittenberry, David CFU Dallas Rittiman, Dana UU San Antonio Ritz, Gwendolyn CSophJ Dallas Roark, Gary CFU Arlington Robb, Susan CFU Richardson Robbins, Brian UU Dallas Robbins, Claudia UU Fort Worth Robbins, lames CSophJ Fort Worth Robbins, Rosemary CSophJ Fort Worth Roberson, Berry CFU Fort Wor'th Roberts, James D. CFU lacksboro Roberts, Jerry CSophJ Fort Worth Roberts, Richard CFU Arlington Robertson, Larry W. CFU Grand Prairie Robinson Bonnie CFU Dallas Robinson Gary UU Garland Robinson Hilton CSophJ Clebum Robinson lFi9Z Clrl Grand Prairie Robinson Kathleen CFU Arlington Robinson, Lynnell CFU DeSoto Robinson Marcia ClU Fort Worth Robinson Patricia CFU Fort Worth Robison, Walt CSophJ Fort Worth Rockwood, Ronald CSophJ Fort Worth Rodgers, Lee CSophl Dallas xv bf'--. W i 'g PM . K Q ' i 9 , ,l f X gp fs fs was ti' . 5,5 r til C I , if X R X me L 'Q 79 1' e f' 1 t X 'Ml' .- ill R -vx Y' 5 'fi rc Wx xl il ' ft it Watt, ii Q' i ...f we lXer I lil- fi 1 lb. . ,Q , ff'- Aif f l l Pre-lunch conversation occupies students during the noon rush. 2 7 'gi if A 0 as M.:f,f W ,,.. :,N A QI V g HS L I ,,- g ' A KI l l f i. -,Av 'EA 1 AON Rodgers Martha CFU Rodgers, Ronnie CFU Rogers, Alvin CSophJ Rogers, Connie CFU Rogers, Linda Kaye CFU , .,., , i ' 1 L Qt-ff Q' ' an in I X ww 4.-M spiffy . A A V 4 s if '25 f W f s- . Rogers, Rogers, I an Rogers, La Roland, if Roland, Rogers, Lynn CFU Mike CSophJ Nancy CSophJ RobertC FU Jimmy CSophJ Luessa CFU C Roper, David CSophJ sh I C - U Ross John CFU N glo w sis y x 5 if J ' -sf, 'R' A 1:0 Q i A' IAQ! Roper, Gary CJU Roschie, Nell CSophJ Rose, Margaret CFU Rose, Renee CFU Roseberry, Barbara CFU Ross, lim CFU . Ross Michael CFU Ross Roger CFU Rosser Clarence CFU Rowton Beverly CFU sm' ' 5 , , ,X , , , -as M X , fi' Rowan, lerry CFU Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Abilene Donna Dallas Dallas Gladewater Fort Worth Forney Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Arlington Hurst Irving Dallas Hurst Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth olorado Slopes Trip U Rebel Skiiers Royman, limmy CFU Garland Rubinson, lrving CSophJ Fort Worth Rucker, Glenda CFU Arlington 42 Ruff, Richard CSophJ Mesquite if-1 Ruggiero, Rosanne CSophJ Fort Worth I ' Ruiz, Robert CFU Fort Worth ' C .C it ,. C ies Runnels, lohn CJU Dallas 7 'R Rush, Margaret Diane CSophJ Arlington Rush, Tandye CFU Fort Worth 'r Q Rusnak, Sharon CFU Irving "' '.,.'.-3' Russell, Eric CFU Irving L Hussein, iiiiia rm Dallas f ix lin-A .i Rutherford, Christine CSophj Arlington in fs' N 2 Rutherford, lim CSophJ Dallas J-, R no X , Rutland, Myra Cin Mansfield 5, CW l' , Rutledge, Larry CFU Crowley gk Rutledge, Lonna CFU Mineral Wells 1 5 K Rutledge, Phil CFU Irving l Ryan, Michael ClU Burleson A Saari, Brian CFU Fort Worth if 4 Sabatucci, Cindy CJU Arlington ia 5 Saffarrans, Cynthia ClU Arlington Sailers, Retha CSophj Dallas Sanchez, loe Ruben CJU Odessa tx Sanchez, R. Efrain CFU Costa Rica 'rw Sanders, Don CSophJ Fort Worth Sanderson, Connie CJU Fort Worth A Sandifer, Robert CSophJ Dallas ' Sanford, Charles CJU Fort Worth Sanford, lan CJU Arlington Attempting a stem turn from a snowplow position complicates the sport for amateur skiier Max Scaggs on the school-sponsored trip. 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CSophl Irving Scanlan, Sue Url Arlington Schelper, Pat Url Fort Worth Schenk, Dorinda lSophl Grand Prairie Scheppler, Karla lSophl Grand Prairie Scheuermann, Michael lSophl Dallas Schick, Shari lSophl Bellaire Schieme, Sandi lSophl Fort Worth Schmahlenberger, Rebecca lFrl Mineral Wells Schmalzried, Karla lFrl Arlington Schmitt, Cathy Url Dallas Schneider, Tom Url Bernard Schneider, Toni Url Arlington Schoenewolf, Curtis lFrl Gatesville Schomerus, David R. Url Boise, ldaho Schomerus, Gay Ufrl Fort Worth Schorn, Larry Url Fort Worth Schraeder, Jerry lSophl Fort Worth Schroeder, Tristan Ufrl Arlington Schwartz, Anne lFrl Grand Prairie Schwind, Marian lSophl Breckenridge Scoggin, Judy lSophl Fort Worth Scott, Carolyn Ufrl Waco Scott Horace lFrl Terrell Scott Jenna Ufrl Waco Scott Michael lSophl Dallas Scott Sharon lFrl Denison Scott Steve Url Fort Worth Scott William R., Jr. lSophl Bryan Sealey, Robert H. lSophl West Seate, Steve Url Fort Worth Seay, Jody Ufrl Dallas Sechrist, Rhonda lFrl Hurst Seghers, Edwin E., Jr. Url Fort Worth Seifollahi, Saeed Url Tehran-Iran Self, Larry lSophl Mesquite Self, Ronnie lFrl Mesquite Self, Sharon llfrl Arlington Sellers. Jimmy lFrl Hurst Senior, Jean lSophl Fort Worth Serna, Paulette lSophl Fort Worth Serrano, Mauro lSophl Fort Worth Service, James V. Url Fort Worth Sessions, Patricia Url Arlington Students Challenge Ski Lifts and Slopes Sessom, Cole CSophJ Severance, Bob CFU Severn, Robert CFU Sewell, Johnny CFU Sexton, John CFU Shallcross, Paula CSophJ Shamburger, Ken CFU Shannon, Kathleen CFU Sharp Deborah CSophj Shaw, Dan R. CFU Shaw, Dennis CJU Shaw, Gary CJU Shawver, Ernest CSophj Shea, Pat Anthony CFU Shear, Johnny CSophJ Sheldon, Vicki CFU Shelfer, Steve CSophJ Shelton, Jack CSophJ Shepard, David CSophJ Shepard, Tom CJU Sheppard, Jeff CSophJ Sheppard, Rex CFU Sherrer, Donald CJU Sherrill, Rosanne CJU Sherrod, lan CSophJ Shimek, James S. CSophJ Shipp, Stanley J. CSophj Shireman, Ronald E. CFU Shrode, Jim CFU Shuff, B. Gayle CSophJ Shults, Vanda CSophJ Shumway, Patricia CFU Sides, Karen CSophJ Siebold, David CSophj Siefert, Ernie CJU Sill, Thomas CFU Simmons, Bob CFU Simmons, Daniel CSophJ Simmons, Marie CJU Sims, Sims, Sims, Jimmy CFU Kenneth CSophJ Kenward CFU Sims, Margaret CJU Sims, Pam CFU Sims, Pamela CFU Sims, Sims, Peggy tSOphi Randall CSophJ Sinclair, Jimmy CSophJ Sirois, Greg CFU Sisk, Norman CFU Siver, William T, CFU Skaggs, Darrell CFU Skidmore, Mike CSophJ Skiles, David CFU Fort Worth Grand Prairie Irving Dallas Dallas Arlington Duncanville Irving Corpus Christi Lillian Canton Fort Worth Iacksboro Arlington Fort Worth Dallas San Antonio Irving Coppell Arlington Dallas Kennedale Durant, Okla, Arlington Arlington Dallas Dallas Arlington Wichita Falls Sweetwater Grand Prairie Irving Garland Fort Worth San Antonio Dallas Sweetwater Arlington Dallas Cleburne Duncanville Dallas Euless Grand Prairie Arlington Dallas Dallas Grand Prairie Abilene Dallas Arlington Irving Fort Worth Cleburne ' fir 15 1 'ao .,,. .en I 46+ 'X'- , -,. 'ff fxi . t... 4 gr 1 tgx. 3,4 wr. J- .,-- ' 1 Q fav,"- X 'ff , N , my-4 3: i S Q, Q." 'st Y' fi sf A i , C . .i . -1 ' Yi, i li 5, . .5 I 1 'tf 5 LM' A 55 f s it 4 . X 4 ' X X i J. X l bv .- vie A, A N1 an . ai. . ks, me Wg-3 S -C . F gi ' ...Xp 5- 4, has 1 RN. fs , .- sc C kt: if C, t ,wx r Q25 YQ., , , .. f ft tg? Q, :i ff gl 'Q VW! as Smith, Cleve CSophJ Smith, Cora CJU '4 l Smith, Craig CSophJ Smith, Daniel CFU 1 ink' l , 4 Smith, Danny CFU 3 'X Smith, Danny CFU I an A 1 k"3'-' . W Fort Worth Fort Worth Arlington Bedford Dallas Dallas Skillman, Brent CFU Grand Prairie Skipvvith, Busty CSophj Arlington f. V Slader, Lynn CSophj Irving , f 1 f Sladovnik, Betty CFU Fort Worth . Slemp, Mary Ann CSophJ Irving Sloan, Donald CFU Fort Worth Slomski, James CFU Irving Slusser, Bill ClU Arlington Smallwood, Linda CFU Dunoanville Smart, Eddie CJU Haskell Smarzik, Frank CSophj Dallas Smith, Alan L. CFU Richardson Smith, Audrey CSophJ Fort Worth f Smith, Betty S. CSophj Bedford ay Smith Brad ClU Dallas wa' Smith Burnice rin Fort worm Smith, Charles E. ClU Yazoo City, Miss, Smith, Charlotte CJU Fort Worth K S ai R M SS mt vast X, , Hsu? N, Mkt., Challenging the mountain tops of Winter Park, amateur skiers head toward the chair lift on the school-sponsored trip to Colorado. , ...WC ,l ' 'rd 3 , I, as 359 , 1 1 1 423 .TL l R zz Adopted for an evening, an orphan unwraps Smith, Dawson llfrj Grand Prairie Smith, Dorothy Url Arlington Smith, Dvvight lFrj Hurst Smith, George Clrj Fort Worth Smith, George W. CSophJ Arlington Smith, Harold CSophl Dallas Smith, Jeanie CFU Fort Worth Smith, Jim lSophJ El Paso Smith, ludy fSophJ Mineola Smith, Kenny CFU Wylie Smith, Kimberly fFrJ Fort Worth Smith, Mark CSophJ Fort Worth Smith, Merrilee llrj Fort Worth Smith, Michael Url Fort Worth Smith, Mike lSophJ lrving Smith, Mike fFrJ Arlington Smith, Pat CSophJ Arlington Smith, Phil Url Arlington Smith, Richard Url Burleson Smith, Richard L. lSophJ Dallas Smith, Richard W. fFrj Euless Smith, Ronald tSophJ Gladewater Smith, Sammie lSophJ Grand Prairie Smith, Sammy David fSophJ Temple Smith, Sandy CFU Burleson Smith, Shari lSophJ Fort Worth Smith, Sidney Url Arlington Smith, Tony flfrj Cleburne Smith, William D. lFrJ Granbury Smithee, Ray CFrj Arlington her gift from Mary Ramsey and Donna Medlin at a Christmas party held at Lipscomb Hall. 1" 'F A!-fl . xts ..,?M . I i JM , . dv tw: Mi i Q W it ', t l 03 f f"' , .ax ..,-4,v XX AI '15 " T 3 Qu .4 ' -573 f --5 ef'-fy ilAl EL , X 1 yy X sl ' . l L V If-:ga S ix -ly lt E 'Ji .ft g- 'R 6.9 .. Q.. ' 'W 4. - v . A' S ' AP if "' 'f' i 'C' -' l' i I , 9 , T ' A G' A l 'ff i " K - r -" 5 A - :Q gif :I iv - , ii, l lililifffi mtl..- Q I 9- 4-1' ' 1 viix w 4 , x ', Smolleck, Howard Url Grand Prairie Dorm Students Share hristmas Spirit Snedal, Sue lFrl Fort Worth Snow, Joe Url Weatherford Snowden, Alice fSophl Arlington Snowden, Colleen Url Arlington Snowden, George CSophl Dallas Snyder, Howard Url Hurst Sockvvell, James Url Lancaster Sodd, Glenn Url Arlington Sedovvsky, Pamela fSophl Grand Prairie Soladay, Charlie Url Abilene Soladay, Sharon Ufrl Abilene Sorenson, Chas. Ufrl Fort Worth Soward, Donna U:rl Arlington Sowers, Mike Url Arlington Spalding, Jim lSophl Arlington Sparger, Anna lSophl Bedford Sparks, Nina Url Temple Speer, Frank lFrl Richardson Spellman, Tommy Url Dallas Spencer, Julia fFrl Dallas Spiegel, Earl Url Lancaster Spitzer, Jimmy Url Meridian Spoon, Georganne Url Grand Prairie Spradlin, Marcie Url lrving Springer, Roger Url Arlington Sprinkle, Phil lSophl Leonard Spruce, William fSophl lrving Sramek, Helen Ufrl Grand Prairie Stacy, James CSophl Fort Worth Stacy, Teresa CSophl Fort Worth Stahnke, Bill Url Grand Prairie Stair, Thomas fSophl Fort Worth Stalety, Carol lFrl Nocona Stamps, Mike Url Houston Stanfield, Don lSophl Fort Worth Stanton, Paul lSophl Dallas Stanton, Fiosemary lFrl Fort Worth Stark, Tim fFrl Fort Worth Starnes, Phillip Url lrving Stauffer, Jack fFrl Garland St. Dennis, John Url lrving Steen, Margaret CSophl Arlington Stegall, Sharon lFrl Fort Worth Steindore, Jay Gaskin fSophl Dallas Steindorf, John CSophl Dallas Ste. Marie, Phil Url Fort Worth Stenstrom, Verner fSophl Dallas Students Encounter crils of Registration Stephens, Dale CSophl Fort Worth Stephens, Louis C. CSophl Fort Worth Stephens, Raughn Url Arlington Stevens, Bobby loe fFrl Fort Worth Stevens, Deborah lFrl Fort Worth Stevens Marc lFrl lrving Stevens, Mark lSophl Dallas Stewart, Billy Roy Url Snyder Stewart, Dawn Url Dallas Stewart, lohn Url Dallas Stewart, Martha Leota lFrl Bedford Stewart, Sheryl fSophl Fort Worth Stiles, Robert lFrl Wheeler Stith, Laura fSophl Irving Stockton, lohn, lr. lFrl Odessa Stokely, Charles lFrl Arlington Stone, Tommy Url Mansfield Stoorza, Harry lFrl Fort Worth Story, Michael Url McKinney Stoterau, Cindy tFrl Arlington Stott, loan Url Fort Worth Stoutl, ludy fFrl Fort Worth Stovall, Patricia Url Fort Worth Stovall, Stuart CFrl Fort Worth Straight, George W. fFrl Fort Worth Strauss, Larry lSophl Irving Streetman, Cynthia CSophl Dallas Stricker, Rusty lFrl Arlington Strittmatter, Curtis Url Fort Worth Strittmatter, Joseph lFrl Fort Worth Strong, Milton fSophl Hearne Strong, Russell fSophl Midland Stroube, Esthel lFrl Dallas Stuard, Ernest Url Ranger Stuart, Barbara CSophl Arlington Stuart, Michael Url Fort Worth Sturdivant, Diane lSophl Dallas Suits, Gary D, lSophl Mesquite Sulak, Wayne lSophl Arlington Sullivan, James lFrl Dallas Sumaruck, Renate lFrl Waco Summerall, l-lenry, lr. Url Lancaster Summers, Charles Url Burleson Summers, lames fSophl Burleson Summers, Marsha lSophl Grand Prairie Supak, Thomas lFrl Grand Prairie Supulver, Barbara Url Fort Worth Supulver, Opal fFrl Fort Worth Sutton, Charles lSophl Irving Swan, Walter fSophl Dallas Swanson, Dan Url Plainview Swanson, Ford lFrl Wichita Falls Switt, Jeffrey Url Fort Worth Sylfom, William Url Megargel p-- Var FN- 1 mv- M 'Of 11,1 4 fr er rs, , X " -25' ' I 4. ' --T M" 'ff ,gif " I '44 , , I V' I' U 1 bf yr, ,z aa- - D- ,, -M so . , 8 , .fizsstfvs .. , F f nf ' ,312--. KU-5' 1 ' fxruew 11,02 i1'1'i'?' . .1 45:25 ,Q 1 Ji '1 'LF-Jff,fJ.r X . ,rift-Lgtzetffs gA',:fl2i"rSr'W l ' 2t4i'i::::H3f1l' Nt, ,X S 4 4 1 E if E X 8 f 'f I z I Ci! if 5 ,, fl- All 21 R , S' xml I ' V Q .iii Fl H ,I h.. -.-S. .t- X,x,.7,. . l A p 5151-1' vers: L 1' .' gg, .... .-...,,s z Y 'C' tm., n t r.. ,J had i 4 Ft'- ,, , if 5, at saw. 1 u , na, N- 5. J i V1 ,Ts C4 'r' A , 'X 'G' E if N 'n N A- 'mr' v S U 2 'Y Aw?-5 rx 'N it it if ai Symmonds, Joanne CFU Syptak, Ann CFU Tager, Richard CSophJ Taliaferro, Carol CFU Tankersley, Michael CFU Tanner, Ava Lee, CJU Arlington Seymour Fort Worth Fort Worth Knox City Lamesa 7. 1 'U 'VXA Y""Y I H Ur 'Q E .. 5' """ wr- "' , YW 415' W, , ,v,2+5, M, C W 2 7" T f , i,, . :isa -me at Mg' 'ty ' 3 my .. .47- 21 5 A K . , . f -fff11M'fc f M CC ' A ,, fwtkxkvffmai . Future engineers check available classes during spring Tanner, Cristy CFU Tanner, Jimmy CSophJ Tanner, Nancy CJU Tareilo, Randy ClU Taylor, Dan CJU Taylor, Don CFU Taylor, Lee D. CJU Taylor, Pat CJU Taylor, Ray CSophJ Taylor, Robin CFU Taylor, Scott C. CSophJ Teague, Bill CFU Teague, Richard CFU Teeter, Terrell, Rita CSophJ Hank CJU Terry, Gloria CJU Terry, Sherry CSophJ Terry, Tim CJU 5... N .fn N f. ,, tam registration. Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Gunter Dallas Breckenridge Fort Worth Sherman Arlington Irving Fort Worth Arlington Arlington Dallas Grand Prairie San Antonio tfg ,. 1 xxx NAQIX, .4 . . I , Lf. -2 Original paintings and sculpture decorate the newly-completed sixth floor of the library, provided as a student lounge area. Tesch, Bob Ufrl Fort Worth Theesfeld, Raymond Url Arlington Theiss, Raymond fSophl Wyckoff, NJ. .' Thill, Karen tSophl Dallas T' E, 'iv J Thomas, Bobby Url Dallas x lx Thomas, Connie CSophl Dallas Thomas, David CFrl Dallas Thomas, James Url Groesbeck Thomas, Jimmy Url Greenville '- Thomas, Larry CSophl Dallas V, Thomas, Randolph Ufrl Longview Thomas, Talmage Ufrl Fort Worth 1 Thomason, Tommy Ufrl Fort Worth Thompson, Anne fSophl Dallas 5. F, 4- Thompson, Billy Ufrl Cleburne 'Q L' ..--, Thompson, Dan Url Pecos 'gl 'c' -Ce 'fi' Thompson, David A. U:rl Grand Prairie Thompson, Judy Ufrl Fort Worth , L .Il KIT Thompson, Mildred Url Dallas 5' Thompson, Thresa lSophl Irving J, al- ,Qu Thornton, Billy fFrl Irving J. Q ,V f wx Thornton, Rita CSophl Fort Worth 9" Thorpe, Charlie fSophl Dallas Thrasher, Sheril CSophl Grand Prairie Threadgill, Wayland, Jr. tSophl Henrietta 'f " Throne, Benny Url Fort Worth Q .F . Throne, Johnny fFrl Fort Worth A " Thvveatt, Mike Url Arlington Thvveatt, Paula Ufrl Arlington Tlbey, Steve tSophl Fort Worth Library Opens Xpanded Facilities gl 1 QQX cf' AsrX shflx A 1. ,las-, f Qt?" Q ' 5' as 0- W Z3 ,, ,,,,,, 3 Q? KY, Q7 N ,iWf'1lf ,f 2' K l ,. z '17 K I E! aa.-U -l ' ' A hr .x . 1 ...N r i--i .. -. s... 1 , ,,,, .......... S Z 5 A A :: 5 ' - vw- fi i i . PZ -B- ' i Htl 5 'agih ,J Kr 5' gl' I. nxxve 0 .5 X , 'in Y if 1 'W 'X E lxl. X ,- ,J 1' I 1 l lx ?5'C?f?t ' ,,x o X i K' .-E' s. 'Que X Ame. Xl J N ,f is 'QR l wx 953 J T i. f 3 E Q . ng! .. 5 tim L YL' tg. Tidwell, Anita fSophl Arlington Tidwell, Michael fSophl Sweetwater Tiffin, James P., Jr. CSophl Grapevine Tillery, Gary Url Killeen Tillery, Philipa Ufrl Dallas Tillman, Betty Ufrl Fort Worth Tilson, Patti fSophl Fort Worth Tindall, Norman Url Lancaster Tinsley, Anne Url Fort Worth Tippens, William fSophl Fort Worth Toliver, Candice U:rl Dumas Tomas, Enriqueta D.P. fSophl Dallas Tomison, Larry CSophl Bedford Tomlin, Luetta Url Arlington Tongate, Larry fFrl Bedford Toombs, James E. CSophl San Benito Toone, Linda fSophl Fort Worth Totten, Barbara CSophl Fort Worth Tow, Delbert CFrl Fort Worth Towery, John L. fSophl Brownwood Towns, David M. Url Tyler Trammell, Gary T. Url Azle Trantham, Emily Url Little Rock, Ark. Treadway, James fSophl Fort Worth Trich, John A. Url Manly, Iowa Trimble, Caron lFrl Fort Worth Tripp, Rick fSophl Arlington Trojan, Carolyn U:rl Fort Worth Troncoso, David Url Oruro, Boliva Trull, Gail Urrl Midlothian Tubb, Larry L. lSophl Fort Worth Tubbs, Dan fFrl Fort Worth Tucker, Diane Url Fort Worth Tucker, Hayden Url Joshua Tucker, Richard Url Fort Worth Tucker, Walter fFrl Tyler Tullos, Bichard fSophl Garland Turbytill, John Fi. fFrl Dallas Turner, Jim CFrl Ballinger Turner, Jimmy fFrl Fort Worth Turner, Lucky fSophl Ferris Turner, Pamela Url Grand Prairie Turns, Elvin fSophl Mt. Pleasant Turquette, Raymond Lynn fSophl Dallas Turrentine, Freida iSophl Dallas Tyler, Terry Ufrl Grand Prairie Upchurch, Alan Lee lSophl Killeen Urban, Alexia Url Fort Worth Uselton, John Ufrl Nocona Uselton, Flonald Ufrl Arlington Vaden, Busty CSophl Arlington Vanderslice, Duane fSophl Texarkana Van Dorn, Peggy Url Liberty Vargas, Delores Url Fort Worth Staff Strengthens Facult Vasek, Robert B., Jr. CFU Dallas Vaughn, Patti CSophj Fort Worth Vavrin, Jeannette CFU Joshua Venable, Roger CJU lrving Venard, Ed CFU Anahuac Venturi, Mary Ellen CJU Strawn Vibrock, Lyn CFU Garland Vickers, Sandra CFU Arlington Vickrey, Nancy CFU Dallas Villars, Buddy CFU Grand Prairie Villars, Susan CSophJ Grand Prairie Vinson, Dennis W. CFU lrving Vinton, Paul A. CJU Arlington Vogel, David CSophj Arlington von Bose, David CFU Arlington von Bose, Victoria CSophj Arlington von Gonten, Montgomery L. CFU Charleston, S. C. Von Hagel, Kay CSophJ Dallas Voss, Karen CJU Arlington Vrla, Kathy CSophJ Dallas Waddell, Ben CFU Arlington Wade, Bill CSophJ lrving Waggoner, John B. CSophj Pittsburg, Kan. Wakefield, John Watson CSophl Dallas Waldrep, Elizabeth CFU Fort Worth Waldrep, Neal CJU Austin Waldrip, Kathy CSophJ Cleburne Walker, Bill CFU Dallas Walker, Donald Curtis CFU Dallas Walker, Grady D. CFU Fort Worth Walker, Kathryn CJU Fort Worth Walker, Kenneth C. CSophl Comanche Walker, Robert CJU Talco Walker, Sharon CFU Mesquite Walker, Theodore CSophj Dallas Walker, Tom CJU Fort Worth Wallace, Bruce CSophJ Hurst Wallace, David CFU Elkhart Wallace, Jan CDeJ lrving Wallace, Max Harper CSophJ Saginaw Wallace, Michael D. CSophJ lrving Wallace, Mike CSophl Arlington Wallace. Ronald CSophJ Fort Worth Wallace, Tom CJU lrving Waller, Gary CFU Dallas Waller, Richard CJU Colleyville Waller, Sealy L., Jr. CFU Amarillo Waller, William CFU Duncanville Walling, Gretchen CFU Abilene Walling, Norman Don CSophJ Linz, Austria Walsh, Mary CFU Arlington Walter, Mary CSophJ Waco Walters, Myron L. CJU Hurst Walton, Gene CJU Arlington J' S "' S T? lm 'I Atv 1 54 ZQLX , , v J ,, ,,. U K x V ' I ' I X X ' 6 Vg if .- -vi-.V 5.:,,. ,, t 1 .- 2 I Yi ' V 1 Jw. H 5 3 al ,Q . 'nr vs .EE S WV, vfx Q L A 1 ' V nhvrzg vrrv V-' , -- fx. -.- . . 'r . 1' P .y . , uihiggfi. lwizt C, .... f 'v7'RE::i--3' S has ,W , ,Q I 19 ' ,G . J A. JL- -A V -tg ' 'I y f-ff H C W if ' "il . 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' 4l'1f JB? it m Z EM Slihouetted in the morning activities in the office of the dean of student life reflect the staffs side Ward, James Url Ward, Peggy U:rl Ward, Ricky lSophl Warila, Dale CFrl Warkentin, John Ufrl Warren, Warren, Bill lSophl Clark Url Washburn, John Url Wasik, Michael Url Waters, John CSophl Watson, Judy Lynn Url Watson Martha Sue lSophl Watson Ray lSophl Watson Watters, Vicky CFrl Joyce lSophl Wayland, Ronnie lSophl Wayne, Kelly CSophl Weatherall, Pam lSophl Weatherman, Susan lFrl Weatherred, Bill CFrl Weaver, David CFrl Webb, Janet Url Webb, John C. lFrl Webber, FeLipe lFrl Webster, Dave lFrl of college. Houston Euless Arlington Corsicana Grand Prairie Van Alstyne Dallas Arlington Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Forney Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Hurst Dallas Irving Arlington Coahoma Gail Irving Rotan Fort Worth Snyder, Okla. Dallas Dallas Weslaco Dallas S NIJ 1 Kaffe ,f I f 1 J X 15 Q, i 1 I 4 ,fi 7 Posted bulletins announce to cadets up-coming events of the week on the ROTC information board located behind College Hall Webster, Pat lFrl Weinstock, Diane lSophl Weir, Larry Url Weise, Durwin fFrl Weiss, Charles Url Welborne, Ellen fFrl Welch, Charles CSophl Welch, Eddie Brown lSophl Welch, James D., lr, lSophl Welch, Jordan lSophl Weldon, Phillip CSophl Wells, Charles lFrl Wells, Mary Ellen Url Werner, Keith D. 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Widows, loe Url Waco Wiggins, Carol lFrl Arlington Wider, Weyland Url Dallas Wilhelm, Casey Url Arlington Wilkerson, Gary Url Fort Worth Wilkerson, Martha Ann lFrl Fort Worth Wilkes, Stephen lFrl Chattanooga, Tenn. Wilkins, Leslie lFrl Waxahachie Williams Ann lSophl Fort Worth Williams Blake Ufrl Arlington Williams Carley CSophl Fort Worth Williams Charles lSophl Fort Worth Williams, Dale lSophl Fort Worth Williams, Dennis Ufrl Fort Worth Williams Doris lSophl Fort Worth Williams Eddie Url Lindale Williams, Eugene lSophl Arlington Williams, Gerald lSophl Fort Worth Williams, Herbert Url Dallas Williams, lohnny Ufrl Arlington Williams Karl lSophl Memphis, Tenn. Williams, Kathleen CFrl Richardson Williams, Linda lSophl Grand Prairie Williams, Michael Url Dallas Williams Nancy Lynn lFrl Dallas Williams Patrick fSophl Amarillo Williams, Renee' Url Los Angeles, Calif. Williams, Rickey Url Arlington Williams, Fiobert fSophl Mt. 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Civil Engineering . .Civil Engineering Honor Society AET . . . Aerospace Engineering Technology COLA ......... Council on Leadership AIAA . . .American Institute of Aeronautics Advancement and Astronautics CSCO .... Christian Science College .AIIE . . . .... American Institute of Organization i Industrial Engineers Delts .................. Delta Tau Deta Alfasig ................ Alpha Sigma Chi DMS ....... Distinguished Military Student AIP ......... American Institute of Physics A Phi O .............. Alpha Phi Omega ASA .... Accounting Students' Association DU... DZ... EE.. ASCE .............. American Society of EET , Civil Engineers Fiji , , , ASCET . . . .... American Society of Civil IDC , I Engineering Technicians IE , , , ASME .... American Society of Mechanical IEEE Engineers .............DeItaUpsilon ..................DeItaZeta .. . . ... ...Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Technology .............PhiGammaDelta . . . lnterdormitory Council . . . . Industrial Engineering . . . .Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering IFC. . . .... Interfraternity Council ISC ...... . . . lntersorority Council KA ..... . ........ Kappa Alpha Kappa Sig .... ........ K appa Sigma Lacey ..... .......... L es Choisies ME... MT... Pi Sig .. RFC RFS ... ... Mechanical Engineering .. . Mechanical Technology .......Pi Sigma Epsilon ....... Rebel Flying Club . . . . Rebel Fencing Society RHC .................. Rebel Ham Club SAB ........... Student Activities Board SAE .... .Society of Automotive Engineers Soucr ..................... Sans Souci St Gov't ........... Student Government SWE ........ Society of Women Engineers TSEA . . .Texas State Education Association YD . . . .............. Young Democrats YR... ... Young Republicans Abernathy, Clifton N. . . Chemistry. Adamson, Robert N. . . EE, Eta Kappa Nu. Adkins, Arthur D. . . Mathematics, Newman Club, Math Club. Agha-Baba Khani . . . ME. Akey, Judilyn . . . Spanish, Sigma Delta Pi, Phi Kappa Theta, Koinoinea. Albert, Charles. . . Pre-Med. Alexander, Ross G. .. EE, Eta Kappa Nu. Allen, Keith M. . . CE, ASCE. Arlon, Anthony . .. Mathematics, Math Club, Intramurals. Anton, James L. . . EE, IEEE. Ariola, Phillip G. . . English, Sigma Tau Delta. Armstrong, Judith . . . English, Sigma Tau Delta. Ash, LaJuan . . . Spanish, TSEA. Ashmore, Helen Yvonne . . . Sociology, DZ. Baker, Barbara . . . English, TSEA. Baker, Carl D. . . History. Barlow, Lee . . . AE, AIAA, CSSO. Barnhorst, Colin . . . English, Creativity lcoordinatorl, Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Kappa Theta, Math Club, YR. Basham, G. W. . . CE, ROTC, lnsurgency Team, ASCE. Bass, Jerry . . . English, BSU Ipresl, TSEA lv -presl. Baughman, Roy L. . . ME, ASME. Baur, Marieluise . . . Foreign Languages, Phi Kappa Theta, RFS, RFS lsecl, ISC. Beam, Larry . . . BBA, SAB, Intramurals. Beatty, Paul J. . . History, YD Iadvisor-directorl. Becker, Frederick W. . . ME, Circle K. Beralek, Lawrence . . . ME, ASCETIV -presl. Bernard, John . . . EE, IEEE. Berry, Vincent Clark . . . ME, ASCET Bezner, John . . . ME. Bishop, Bryan . . . ME, Delts, Phi Kappa Theta, Epsilon Nu Gamma, ASME, SAE. Bishop, Lynne W. . . BA, Souci. Blair, Travis Ray. . . English, YR, Chess Club, BSU. Blake, Marlin . . . BA, Phi Kappa Theta. Blankenstein, Henry. . . MT, ASCET Blunkert, Patricia . . . English, Choir, ISC, Sigma Tau Delta. Blass, Gary R. . . EE, IEEE. Bossier, Thomas Gary . . . CE. ASCE. Bowles, M. L. . . AE, Aero Club, Engineering Society, Newman Club, AHS. Bowman, David L. . . Pre-Dent, Band, Architecture Society, Aegeiclae, Cheerleader, Favorite, IFC lsec-treasl. Boydston, Barty . . . English, Fiji. Boykin, Robert E. . . Mathematics, Historical Club, Math Club, Insurgent Team lcommanderl. Bozanich, Jacqueline Marie . . . English. Branum, LaWanda F. . . Foreign Languages, Sigma Delta Pi. Breedlove, David Michael . . . BA. Britt, Charles R. . . BA, Circle K. Brown, Burl Carr . . . BA, Fiji lhisti Brown, Carey J. . . BA. Brown, David . . . BA, A Phi O, ROTC. Brown, Harry . . .AE, AIAA. Bruss, Joseph Henry . . . BA. Bryan, Andrew L .... BA, Delta Sig Iv-presl. Bullock, Michael L. . . ME, Epsilon Nu Gamma, Phi Kappa Theta. Burke, Edward M. . . AE, AIAA, Epsilon Nu Gamma. Burseen, Tommy . . . Accounting, Golf Busbee, Carl F. . . BA, Pi Sig. Bussey, Charles Wayne. . . Mathematics, Math Club, Phi Kappa Theta. Byrd, William Arnold . . . ME. Cabello, Xavier . . . AET, ASCET. Cagley, Robert L. . . CE, A Capella Choir, ASCE. Cain, G. G. . . EE, Eta Kappa Nu, Epsilon Nu Gamma, Phi Kappa Theta. Calfee, Richard V. . . EE, Phi Kappa Theta, Epsilon Nu Gamma, Eta Kappa Nu, St' GoV't Iv-presl, Who's Who in EE. Cannon, Odis Don . . . History, TSEA, COLA. Cantrell, Sandra . . . Spanish. Carpenter, Leon . . . Accounting. Carter, Lynette B. . . Spanish, Phi Kappa Theta Ipresl, Sigma Delta Pi, TSEA. Cashion, Jenny . . . English. Clialoupka, Johnny W. . . Accounting, Delta Sig lsr v-presl, DMS. Cham- bers, Radford . . . Geology, Geological Society lpres, v-presl. Christy, Benjamin . . . Music, Kappa Kappa Psi Isec, v-presl, Band lpresl, Who's Who in Music I2 yearsl. Chunn, Wayman H. . . Physics, A Phi O, SAB, Rebel Rousers, Newman Club, Folk Singing Club, Physics Club. Clough, George H. . . ME, SAE, ASME. Cochran, John K. . . Mathematics, A Phi O, TSEA. Cohen, Sidney . . . Psychology, IFC, A E Pi. Coke, Richard Lee . . . AE, Fiji, ROTC. Coldwell, Gene. . . EE, RHC, IEEE, Eta Kappa Nu, Epsilon Nu Gamma, Phi Kappa Theta. Collerain, E. Rawlins. . . IE, AIIE lv-pres, treasl. Collier, Michelle . . . English. Collins, Bobbitt Noel . . . History, ROTC, Law Club. Collins, Larry . . . Biology, Football Mgr lfr. sophl, Basketball Mgr lfrl. Condon, Donna Kay . . . Mathematics. Connat- ser, Betty . . . Biology. Conner, William . Commercial Art, A Phi O. Conway, Gary S. . . Mathematics, A Phi O. Conwell, Claude . . . IE, AIIE ltreasl. Cook, Janice . . . English. Coombes, Robert F. . . Chemistry. Cooper, Gary W. . . Geology, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Geological Society. Copeland, Danny L. . . BA, Delta Sig, ROTC lcompany commanderl. Coplin, Gary Sam . . . IE, A Phi O lv-presl, St Gov't, SAB. Corbitt, Norman . . . CE, ASCE lpresl, CEHS Ipresl, Who's Who in CE. Correa, Victor C. . . EE. Covington, Robert . . . English, Phi Kappa Theta, Sigma Tau Delta. Cox, Gary A. . . EE, IEEE. Cox, James . . . English. Cox, Tad. . . Mathematics. Crain, Joe . . . Pre-Dent, Phi Sigma Kappa. Crane, Charles H. . . EE, IEEE, Eta Kappa Nu. Crowe, Don H... EET, Holiday Singers, Choir, Dells. Cummings, Gary A. . . EE, IEEE. Cummins, Don . . . Accounting. Cushman, Tom . . . ME, ASME Itreasl, SAE. Dalrymple, Corbitt O. . . ME, SAE, ASME lchairmanl. Dana, D'ana . . . Mathematics, Avo, Newman Club. Dana, Fieldona . . . English, Newman Club. Daniel, Karen . . . English-History. Darden, Paul . . . EE, Eta Kappa Nu, Epsilon Nu Gamma, St Gov't. Davis, David Harold . . . Physics. Davis, John Benton . . . BA. Davis, Ray T. . . MT, ASCET Davis, Robert. . . BA. Dawson, Chuck . . . AE, RFC Ipresl. Dawson, John W. . . Matlfe- matics, Math Club Ipresl, Phi Kappa Theta, ACM. Deis, Benny . . . ME. DeKoker, Jon G. . . Physics-AE, AIAA, Epsilon Nu Gamma, American Helicopter Society, Phi Kappa Theta, Physics Club, Deseret Club. De- Laughter, Donald . . . ME, Phi Kappa Theta. Dempster, Roy E. Jr. . . Mathematics, ACM lv-presl, Band. DeVault, Daryl A. . . BA. Dickson, William M. . . Chemistry. Dixon, Carrington B., Jr. . . Physics, Kappa Kappa Psi, Physics Club, Phi Kappa Theta. Dixon, Donald R. . . BA, Band, Kappa Kappa Psi Ipresl. Dodd, Lynn . . . BA. Doerr, Fred . .. Mathematics, Football I2 lettersl. Donalson, Walter P. . . BA, Delta Sig, Intramurals. Drennan, Fred . . . Advertising Design, KA ltreasl. Dunbar, Dixie . . . Foreign Languages, Lacey, Reveille Beauty. Dunn, James Andrew . . . CE, ASCE. Dunn, Marcus . . . Accounting, St Gov't, Law Club. Dunn, William K., Jr. . . BA. Durling, Diana . . .SocioIogy, Phi Kappa Theta Ivpresl, Sociology Club. DuVaII, Linda Bennett . . . Psy- chology, Lab Ass't. Eagle, Hugh E. . . Accounting. Edington, Tresa . . . Mathematics, Souci, Phi Kappa Theta, BSU. Edmu ndson, Bonny . . . English, Lipscomb Dorm Ipresl, IDC. Edwards, Ronald P. . . Biology. Elliott, Steve . . .BA. Ellis, Thomas M. . . BA, Sam Houston Rifles, Circle K. .14 Garrett, William T. . . Mathematics, IDC, Garvin, Joe L. . . BA. Gatcher, Stan . . . AE, Band ROTC, AIAA. Gentry, Thomas Lee . . . Mathematics, Math Club, IEEE, ACM, Phi Kappa Theta. Gerron, Sheldon J. . . BA, Delta Sig ljr v-presl, ROTC, Insurgent Team. Gibson, Jewel . . . Mathe- matics. Giddings, David . . . History, Koinonia. Gilbert, Leuna . . . Chem' istry, Math Club, DZ, SWE. Gillaspia, Paul . . . IE, AIIE. Gipson, Gene . .. BA, Basketball. Gleason, Timothy . . . EE, YR, RHC, IDC. Gomez, Sabino . . . Pre-Med. Gongos, Susan Sathre . . . Biology. Gooch, Kenneth Richard . . . BA, Kappa Sig. Gooch, Patti E. . . History, Phi Kappa Theta, TSEA. Goodrich, Robert F. . . Biology. Graham, Stephen . . . AE, AIAA. Gray, Everette E. . . ME, ASME Isecl, St Gov't, Officers Club, NCO Club. Green, Gorman . . . Mathematics. Green, James L. . . Accounting, Alfasig, ASA. Greenwood, Carolyn . . . English. Griffice, Robert . . . Biology-Pre-Med. Griffith, Allen . . . Physics, Alfasig, Physics Club, Intra- murals. Grimes, Michael A. . . BA. Groce, Larry A. . . EE, IEEE. Haagen, Peter . . . EE, Eta Kappa lVu, Delts, SAB, Epsilon Nu Gamma, St Gov't, Phi Kappa Theta, IEEE. Hackler, Bobby . . . BA, Fiji ltreasl. Hailey, Mike . . . Accounting, ASA. Hale, Howard . . . Accounting. Fifi, Avo Beau. Hale, Robert . . . History, Basketball, SAB, Lee House Iv -presl, Alfasig, Johnny Reb, Favorite. Halgy, Charles L .... Accounting, ASA. Hance, Douglas J., Jr. . . AE, AIAA Ichairmanl, Phi Kappa Theta. Hardgrave, Jerry . . . Physics, Physics Club, Math Club, RFC. Hardin, Jim . . . EE, IEEE. Harmon, Lee . . . Fiji. Harp, Ronald . . . EE, Epsilon lVu Gamma. Harper, Jack M. . . AE, Pachl Dorm lhead residentl. Harper, Sherry . . . English, TSEA, Sigma Tau Delta. Harpster, Linda . . . English, Sigma Tau Delta. Harris, Bill J. . . Psychology. Harris, Robert E. . . EE, ISC. Harrison, Harry . . . History. Hawkins, Gayle Patrick . . . Psychology- Geology, Geological Society, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Hays, Nick . . Accounting, Pi Sig. Heitman, Lynn . . . EE, Eta Kappa lVu lv-presl, Epsilon lllu gamma, Phi Kappa Theta. Heil, Robert A. . . Accounting. Hendricks, James N., lll .. .EET, ASME, ASCET Hetherington, Ross F.. . IE, AIIE. Higgins, Tom . . . Accounting, Delta Sig. Hill, Dwight... EE, Eta Kappa lVu Isecl, Phi Kappa Theta, IEEE. Hill, James Michael . . . Mathematics, Band, Kappa Kappa Psi. Hodde, Don G. . . AT, Lab Ass't, ASCET Isecl, American Helicopter Society, RHC, IEEE. Hollinger, Pam . . . English, Rebel Rousers, St Gov't, Art Club. Hooton, Diane . . . Sociology, Souci, Lipscomb Dorm Counselor. Hornick, Jimmy W. . . BA. Horsley, Suzanne . . . Spanish, Sigma Delta Pi. Horst, Terri Jolyn . . . AE, AIAA, American Helicopter Society. Horst, William J. . . ME. Horstmann, Katherine . . . Accounting, Deans Advisory Council, ASA, Who's Who in Accounting. Hoskins, John T. . . EE, Eta Kappa lllu, Epsilon Nu Gamma, Phi Kappa Theta, IEEE ltreasl, RHC lsec-treas, v-presl. Howard, William . . . CE, CEHS. Howell, Daniel H. . . AE, AIAA lsecl. Hoyle, Larry . . . Accounting, ASA. Hrncir, Donald . . . ME, ASME, SAE. Hubbard, Myriam . . . French, Phi Kappa Theta, Alpha Chi, Avo Iv-presl, St Gov't lsecl, COLA. Hughes, Oscar M., Jr. . . Mathematics, YDlv-presl. Huguley, Carl A. . . Physics, IT, Officers Club, NCO Club, Physics Club, IDC Iv-presl, Trinity Dorm Council lv-presl, Trinity Board of Governors lpresl. Hulen, Robert . . . BA. Hull, Guy W. ll . . . BA. Huntsinger, Larry. . . EE, IEEE, Epsilon lVu Gamma. Hutchinson, Charles W. . . Accounting, Officers Club, DMS. Hutchison, Charles E. . . Management, BSU. Imber, Karen . . . English, Shorthorn, Sigma Tau Delta. Jacob, Frank . . . CT, ASCSEIY Jacobs, William Lee Ill . . . Biology ROTC, NCO Club. Johnson, Donald A. . . Physics, AIP, Sigma Pi Sigma Itreasl. Johnson, James E. . . Marketing, ROTC, Officers Club, Phi Beta Lambda, Marketing Club. Johnson, Lonnie Hugh Jr. . . Physics, ROTC, Traffic Court Judge, Physics Club. Johnson, Nancy . . . Mathematics, Phi Kappa Theta. Johnson, Sharon . . . Biology. Jones, Coy l. . . Accounting. Jones, Freda . . . English, RFC, Newman Club, Phi Mu, St Gov't, TSEA, SAB, Lipscomb Dorm Counselor, Jones, Larry W. . . ME, ASME Isec,v-presl, Epsilon Illu Gamma, SAE. Jones, Richard Allen . . . AE, AIAA, Karate Club. Jones, Robert . . . Government, YR Ichairman, v-- chairmanl. Jones, Sharon A. . . English, Phi Kappa Theta, Sigma Tau Delta. Jones, Jerry D .... Finance. Justice, Jim W. . . AE, St Gov't, YR, AIAA, SAE. Kamerud, Jerry A. . . English, Sigma Tau Delta, TSEA. Keel, Carol . . . Advertising-Art, Art Club, SAB, Levee Committee lchairmanl. Keel, Raymond . . . Mathematics. Kerl, James M. . . Physics, Physics Club. Killough, Sarah . . . History, Phi Kappa Theta King, Dennis . . . Math- ematics, AIP Kirby, Jerry . . . Mathematics, Basketball Mgr, Davis Hall Board of Governors. Kirby, Suzanne . . . BA. Kirby, Walter V. . . Economics. Kirk, Steve . . . Pre-Dental, Kappa Sig. Kirkland, Tim . . . History. Koonsman, Ronald . . . IE, AIIE lpresl. Krajca, Johnny . . . BA. Kriegel, Lawrance. . . ME. Kuntz, Ann . . . English, TSEA. Lam, Karen . . . Mathematics, Phi Kappa Theta, ACM Isec-treasl, Math Club. Lancaster, Jack . . . Physics, Physics Club, Sigma Pi Sigma Ipresl. Landry, Earl W. . . EE, IEEE. Langford, Donald E. . . EE, IEEE. Lawton, Sylvia . . . BA, Karuso Pteros lsecl, SAB Isecl. Leavell, Hayden B. . . History, ROTC ICompany Commanderl, Sam Houston Rifles, Officers Club. Lee, Sally Ann . . . Chemistry, Phi Mu, ISC, YR, SWE ltreasl. LeFan, Melody . . . Mathematics, Koinonia, Phi Kappa Theta, Math Club. Lepenski, Virginia M. . . History. Lewis, Larry J. . . EE, IEEE, Eta Kappa lVu, Phi Kappa Theta. Lindsey, Roger G. . . Accounting, ASA. Litton, Lauran Anncenette . . . Geology, Lab Ass't, Geological Society lsecl, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Livingston, James W., Jr. . . BA. Lobb, Glen David . . . EE, IEEE. Logan, William Albert . . . History, Russian Language Club. Loiry, Jane . . . Spanish, Avo. Long, Linda . . . English, St. Gov't, Lacey Iv-presl, SAB, Fine Arts Committee. Lonly, Ronald W. . . EE. Lo Presti, Charles A. . . Physics, COLA, Little Theatre, A Phi O, Geological Society. Loven, Jan . . . Biology. Loving, Lloyd H. . . Biology, Phi Kappa Theta, YR. Lumpkin, James . . . Biology. Lutz, Stephen E. . . Accounting, SAB, Delta Sig, Insurgent Team ICommanderl, Davis Dorm Council lsec-treasl. Lynch, Jack . . . History, Basketball. Maben, Martha . . . English, Phi Mu, Tau Beta Sigma, Band. Mabry, Francis W., Jr. . . Biology-Pre-Dent, BSU, A Capella Choir. MacLaughlin, Guy . . . ME. Mallory, Ronald F. . . Biology, Sigma Gamma Epsilon Iv-presl. Mardis, Robbie . . . CE. Delts, ASCE, ASCET Marquardt, Gustav J. . . BA. Mars, James D. . . EE. Mars, Jerry . . . Accounting. Mars, Sharon . . . History, Phi Kappa Theta. Marshall, Roberta . . . English, TSEA, Sigma Tau Delta. Martin, Anthony Craig . . . Government, Political Science Club, ASCE. Martin, Michael Ray . . . EE, Eta Kappa lVu, Epsilon lVu Gamma Isec-treasl, IEEE lv-presl, Phi Kappa Theta, St Gov't. Mathers, Philip W. . . Accounting. May, Truman C. . . History. McAfee, Ronald . . . EE, Eta Kappa Nu, Epsilon lVu Gamma. McBride, David Robert . . . History, Sigma Delta Pi. McCalla, Linda Fay Henley . . . Mathematics, Physics Club, Math Club, BSU, SWE. McClellan, Jim . . . Government, St Gov't, Trinity House lHead Residentl, IDC lpresl, Davis Hall lpres, outstanding residen tl, Political Science Club lpresl, IVCO Club, Ideas and Issues Committee, Model United Nations lrepresentativel, Int- ramurals, Favorite. McCormick, Jan . . . French, Avo, Phi Kappa Theta. McKoy, Stephen . . . Mathematics, Chess Club, ACM. McCulIey, Joe . . . English, St Gov't, TSEA, Sigma Tau Delta. McDaniel, Gregory Allan. . . Physics, Sigma Pi Sigma, Physics Club lpresl, Rebel Rousers. McKnight, Jim . . . Accounting, Bowling, Tennis. McOuinn, Ronald . . . EE, IEEE. McSpadden, Larry . . . CE, DU, ASCE. McWilliams, Jud . . . English, Merkley, D. J. . . AE, AIAA. Meyer, Bruce P. . . Psychology, Shorthorn leditorl, Arlington Review Ieditorl, Rebel Rousers lpresl, Press Club, SAB Iv-presl, COLA. Meyer, Claudia . . . English, Shorthorn, Press Club lsec-treasl, SAB, Exhibits Committee Ichairmanl, Rebel Rousers Ireporterl. Miller, Wanda Joyce . . . Interior Design, Art Club, IVSID. Mills, George W. . . BA. Mills, Jerry D. . . English. Milson, Thomas Edward . . . EE, IEEE, Eta Kappa lVu. Mindrup, David . . . EE, Vaqueros, Rebel Rousers. Mitchell, Maria . . . English. Moore, Allan F. . . EE, Karate Club lpresl. Moore, Judith . . . French, YR. Moore, Ronnie. . . History. Morgan, Harriet . . . Medical Technology, Avo, SAB. Morosky, Walter N. Jr. . . Chemistry, ROTC, Insurgent Team lCommanderl, Chess Club lv-presl. Morris, Duane E. . . AE, AIAA, Epsilon Nu Gamma, Phi Kappa Theta. Morris, Gary . . . History, Intramurals. Morrison, Ronald . . . CE, ASCE. Mortimer, Richard . . . History, Law Club, TSEA. Murphree, Glenn . . . BA. Murphy. . . AE. Myers, Robert . . . BA. Nance, Jerry L. . . Spanish. Narunsky, Morris . . , AE,AlAA Iassistant chairmanl, Circle K lsecl, AE Pi ltreasl. Neidenbach, Gary Alan . , . 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Spanish, Phi Kappa Theta, Sigma Delta Pi. Stein, Sonja . . . Spanish, Sigma Delta Pi, Phi Kappa Theta. Sterner, Linda Sue . . . English, Little Theater, Phi Kappa Theta, Sigma Tau Delta Iv-presl. Stevens, Ronnie . . . AE, Alfasig, Phi Kappa Theta. Stevenson, Sam . . . English, Alpha Chi Iv-presl, Sigma Tau Delta Ipresl, Phi Kappa Theta, SAB. Stewart, Bernie . . . CE, Epsilon Nu Gamma, ASCE, Phi Kappa Theta, CEHS. Stewart, Sheryl Anne . . . Sociology, SAB, Hospitality and Levee Committees Ichairmanl, Souci, Newman Club, A Phi O Sweetheart, Phi Kappa Theta, Sigma Delta Pi Isec-treasl. Stodscill, Paul . . . BA. Stokely, Mary Ann . . . English. Stone, Earnest . . . Accounting, ASA Itreasl, BSU Ipresl, Pachl Dorm Council lvepresl, Pachl Board of Governors Iv-presl. Straus, Glen J. . . BBA. Stroud, James Curtis . . . ME SAE. Stroud, Michael G. . . EET. Swain, Roberta . . . Biology, Rebel Rousers, DZ' TSEA. Sword, Douglas D . . . Government, ROTC, NCO Club, Officers Club. Taylor, Harold . . . BBA, Phi Kappa Theta. Tech, Laurel . . .Art Education, Art Club. Telford, John L. . . Mathematics, Tennis, Math Club, RFC. Ten Eyck, Ross C. . . CE, ASCE. Terrell David J. . . BBA. Theesfeld, Lowell D. . . Accounting, ASA, Phi Kappa Theta. Thomas, J. W. . . EE, IEEE, RHC. Thompson, Edward H. lll . . . Accounting, Sam Houston Rifles Icommanderl, Officers Club, NCO Club Ipresl, ROTC lCadet Corps Commanderl. Thompson, LeRoy H. . . EE, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE, Eta Kappa Nu Ipresl. Tigner, Robert . . . ME, SAE. Tipps, Steve . . . Mathematics, SAB, St Gov't, COLA, Phi Kappa Theta, Little Theatre, Campus Committee Ichairmanl. Todd, Mary Gayle . . . English. Tomas, Carlos . . . ME. Toub, Samuel G. . . ME, ASME, SAE. Traister, Elizabeth . . . Mathematics. Trapani, Joan M. . . Economics, Delta Sig lpresl, Deans Student Advisory Council, Phi Kappa Theta. Trept, Ted . . . AE, AIAA, Al-IS, Phi Kappa Theta, Epsilon Nu Gamma, A Phi O. Trewin, Walter W. . . AE, AIAA. Tucker, Argyle William Ill . . . BA, Delta Sig. Vadala, John . . . ME, Bowling, Golf, SAE Iv-presl, ASME. Vandiver, Roy . . . Biology, BSU. Vaught, Gary . . . Spanish. Veselka, Henry E. . . Mathematics. Vinall, Sam H. . . EE. Vineyard, Tim . . . Government, Political Science Club Ipres, v-presl, Law Club, YR. Visone, Kay . . . English, Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Kappa Theta, TSEA. Vrla, Milton F. Jr. . . MT,ASCET Wainstein, David . . . Mathematics. Walker, Charles F. . . Government, Political Science Club, YR. Walker, John . . . Mathematics, ACM, Math Club, Physics Club. Walker, Sidney . . . ME, Newman Club, ASME. Watson, Susan . . . Mathematics, St Gov't, Lacey Itreasl, Rebel Rousers. Waxler, Morris E. . . Mathematics, ACM, Math Club. Weaver, Jerry . . . English, Newman Club. Webb, June . . . English. Sigma Delta Pi. Welch, Dianita . . . Biology, Koinonea. Wesson, Hal . . .ME, ASME, SAE. West, Richard Edward Jr. . . Psychology. West, Ronald . . . Marketing, Chess Club. Whitesel, Robert Curtis . . . English, St Gov't, SAB, Fiji. Whitley, Sammie . . . English. Widaman, Ranoy . . . MT, ASCET Williams, Barbara Jean . . . History, En Ami Ipres, v-presl, SAB Ipresl. Williams, Dennis. . . MET, SAB, Rebel Rousers, ASCET Williams, Gilbert . . . ETT, ASCET Williams, Linda . . . History, Phi Kappa Theta, SEA. Williams, Sharon . . . Mathematics, Souci. Williams, Vanyelle . . . English, En Ami. Williamson, O'Daniel L. . . Accounting, ASA. Willis, Jo . . . English-Russian. Wilson, Brucs . . . BA, Swimming Team, Alfasig. Wilson, Don T. . . ET, KA, ASCET Wilson, Joe . . . Accounting, ASA, Phi Kappa Theta. Wiltz, Roland . . . History. Wiman, Sue . . . English, TSEA Iv -presl. Windham Tommy E .... Government, Bowling, Volleyball, ROTC, NCO Club lpresl, Officers Club lv-presl. Wine, Floyd . . . AE, Band, Sam Houston, Rifles. Winkler, Ron . . . ME.Winterbauer, Stanley R. . . AT. Wirz, Donald . . . Mathematics. Wirz, Ronald C. . . MET, Basketball, Traffic Appeals Board, ASCET Wisdom, Robert E. . . BA-Marketing, Band, SAB, Phi Kappa Theta, Kappa Kappa Psi, Law Club, YD. Witt, Arthur W. . . CE, Epsilon Nu Gamma, CEHS, ASCE. Wolfe, Larry . . . BA-Marketing, Alfasig. Woolf, Gary J .... EE, Chi Chi Chi. Worsham, Brenda Dawn . . . English, Souci Ipresl, Reveille Beauty. Wyatt, David B. . . Physics, NCO Club, Physics Club, ROTC. Yeakle, Marvin L. . . BA. Yoakum, Raymond . . . English. Young, Larry L. . . Geology, Geological Society, K-Delphi lpresl. Young, Ronald . . . AE, Concert Choir, Holiday Singers, Epsilon Nu Gamma, Phi Kappa Theta, AHS. A Abbott, Carolyn ....... Abernathy, Clifton .,... 304 283 Able, Larry ........... 304 Abney, Randy ........, 304 Abraham, Ginda . . .304, 123 Abt, James ...,....... 304 ACAPELLA CHOIR .. .138 ACCOUNTING STUDENTS ASSOCIATION ........ 105 Albertson, Ron ... . .304, 66 Albright, Charles ....... 283 Alderdice, Marc ........ 304 Aldredge, Joy ...... 304, 60 Alesander, David . Alexander, Bunny Alexander, David ......135 ......304 ......304 Alexander, Donald , . .79, 84 Alexander, Lecil . ......304 Alexander, Ross . . .283, 128 Alford, Bob ..,........ 111 ASTRONAUTICS ....., 105 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS .... 106 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS ......., 107 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS ......... 108 Amlin, Doug ....... 304,56 Ammons, Jan ...... 304,65 FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY ......... 709 Aston, John Richard ..,. 306 Atchison, Harvey . . .306, 47 Athens, John .......... 306 Atherton, Linda ....... 306 Atkerson, Marti ........ 283 40, 62, 306 Atkins, Jim ........ 306, 66 Atkins, Linda ......... 306 65,153,156,176,307 . . . . . .307 Barksdale, Arlen O. ..... 307 BaHdn,Dawd L.. 0 Barksdale, Dr. E. Barksdale, Gary . . C. ...258 ......307 Bailey, Donna ......... 306 0Acker, Bertie .... 258, 130 Acker, Charles ........ 304 Adair, Tim .... .. 304 Adams, Arthur ........ 304 Adams, Charles ..... 83 138 Adams, Tommy ...... .85 0Adams, Dr. Duane . .. 258 Adams, Charles ....... 304 Adams, Mark .......... 304 Adams, Mike .......... 304 Adamson, Robert N.283, 128 Addington, Gerald ..... 304 Addison, Ronald ...... 304 Adkins, Arthur .... 283, 117 Adkins, Jack C ........ 304 Adrian, Larry .,... 304 209 Aduddell, Ed .......... 304 Afahi, Frouzan ....... 115 Afsahi, Frouzan ...... 304 Agha-Babakhani, Hossein 283 Agler, Betty .......... .61 Agnew, Chris ....... 304, 85 Alford, Jack ...... 304 209 0Alford, Dr. Mary Lee ..258 Alford, Robert .... 304 113 Alford, Terri ......... 304 60, 97 118 Alholm, R. L. ......... 304 Allen Armon . .. . . . .304 Allen Bishop .......... 54 Allen Connie Lynn .... 304 Allen Jim ,.......... 304 Allen, John ......... 78, 83 Allen Keith ,..... 283, 106 Allen Marcia . . . ..... .304 Allen Patti .. ...... 120 Allen Ron M. ...... 304,66 .304 33 7 304 Allen, Ronnie ........ Allen Sherry . . .304, 62, Allen Thomas ......... Alley Bob ..... ...... Allison, Roger Allison, Steve ALPHA CHI . Q I 1 1 1364 304 304 1 1 4 .........126 ALPHA PHI OMEGA ... ALPHA SIGMA CHI .... AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF 77, 78, 83 Apgar, Tim ........... 102 Ahearne, Joe . . . .... .304 Aillet, Mike .... ..... 2 O9 Airhart, Teresa ........ 304 Akey, Judilyn ..... 283, 130 Akey, Pam ....... Akin, Michael ..... Akins, Keith ,.304, ....304 .....85 114,191 Alberts, Melvin, Jr. ,.... 304 Alphin, James M. ..... . Altman, Steven ........ Aman, Curtiss . .304, 86, Amason, Jack Lynn .... Beam, John . .. oBaker, Melva Lynn .... 258 Ballard, Robert S. AERONAUTICS AND .66 .48 .84 304 135 .83 0 Amsler, Dr. Robert . . .258 Anderson, Bob ..,..... 304 Anderson, David ..... 73, 76 Anderson, Edward .304, 206 Anderson, Eric ..... 304, 52 Anderson, Frank ....... 304 Anderson, Helen ....... 304 Anderson, James ....... 1 10 Anderson, Jerry .... 304, 50 Anderson, John ........ 305 Anderson, Johnny R. . . .305 Anderson, Anderson, Larry ...305, 215 Marie ....... 305 Anderson, Mary ....... 305 Anderson, Monty . . .305, 56 Anderson, Norman ..... 129 Anderson, Patrecia ..... 305 Anderson Roy ..... 305 48 Anderson, Steve 305, 91, 14 Anderson, Thomas L. ..... . 305, 38, 50 Anderton, Norman ..... 305 Andrews, Garnett ....... 305 Andrews, Lynn ... ...130 Andrews, Patricia ...... 130 Anglin, Fred .......... 305 o Anguizol a, Dr. Gustave 258 Ansley, James . . ....... 305 Atkins, Richard, Jr. .306, 106 Auringer, Robert ........ 84 Austin, Bob ........... 138 Austin, David Austin, Jacque .... SQ5 .......306 Austin, Mickey . ..... 80, 84 Austin, Robin ...... 306, 65 0Austin, Walter G. Jr . . .258 AVOLONTE ........... 58 Axley, Donald ....... 77,83 Aydt, Debby . ...... 306, 34 B Baack, Nancy ...... 306, 83 Babineaux, Jeannine .... 306 Backof, Becky ......... 306 Bacsik, Joseph ......... 306 Baggett, Richard ....... 283 113,128 eag0t,Ed ... .. 209,212 Bagot, Joe . . . Bailey, David .... ......209 ....119 o Bailey, Duryl M ....... 258 Bailey, Greg .......... 186 Bailey, Kenneth ....... 306 Bailey, Nancy ... .306 Bain, Ronald .......... 307 Barlow, Lee ........... 283 Barnes, Barbara . . . . . .307 Barnes, B. C. .... . . .243 Barnes, Larry .... . . .307 Barnes, Bobbye ........ 307 Barnett, Michael E. ..307, 11 Barnett, Mike .......... 48 Barnett, Tina .......... 307 38, 62, 123, 138 Barnhorst, Ardith . .307, 133 Barnhorst, Colin .... 283, 13 Barr, Dwanye Ray ....... 82 Barrett, Lonnie ...... 79, 84 Barron, Roy .......... 307 Bartelli, Sandi ...... 307, 88 Bartlett, Michael ....... 307 Barton, Alvin A. ....... 106 Barton, Johnnie Lou .307, 62 Barton, Susan ......... 307 38, 88, 1 14 Basham, Gary ..... 283, 106 Bass, Jerry .... 283, 100, 122 Bass, Lynda ........... 307 Bassham, Lanny Bateman, Edwin . . .... 307 Bates, Bradley .... .... 3 07 Bates, Randy ......,... 307 Bates, Richard ...... 307, 56 Bates, Robert ......... 307 Bauchman, Roy L. ..... 283 Bauer, Ralph .......... 307 Baur, Marieluise .....80,82 .......283 1 19, 130 Baxter, Leslie ......... 307 Baylor, Mike ...... 187, 189 Beach, Candace .....307,.34 Anthony, Arlon ...... 283 Anton, James L. ....... 283 Appelbee, Ronnie . . .305, 54 0 Baird, Dr. Frank ...... 258 Baird, Guy, Jr. .... 307, 103 Baird, Jo Dora ...... 307, 60 Baker, Barbara ........ 283 Appleby, Ronald. Applegate, Paul .. ARCHITECTURE SOCIETY ....... Ard, Stephen .... ......305 ...105 ...114 ....84 Arfman, Pam .......... 305 Ariola, Phillip E. ...,... 283 ARLINGTON REVIEW ..98 Armstrong, Charles . .305, 91 Baker, Baker Baker Baker, I r Carl ........... 283 George ..... 307, 109 Gerald . . .307, 56, 58 James H. .... 307,66 Baker, Jenny .... 308, 62, 96 Baker, Jerry .......... 307 Baker, Baker, Kenny ......... 307 Mary Jane . .138, 139 Armstrong , Donald B. . . .305 Armstrong, Ellen. . . 305, 129 Armstrong, Harold . .305, 50 Armstrong , Judith ...... 283 Armstrong, Sheridan .... 305 Arnold, Judy Ann ...... 305 Arredondo, Jose . . .305, 108 Arrington, Donald D. . . .305 ART CLUB ........... 110 Arwine, Martha ........ 305 Arwine, Roger ......... 305 Asa, Donna ... ...305, 88 Ascue, Dana ....... 283,58 Baker, Peggy ...... 307, 138 Baker, Shirline .. ......307 Baker, Terry .......... 307 Baldridge, Ralph .307, 41, 66 Baldwin, Joyce ........ 307 Baldwin, Richard 307, 79,86 Balentine, Ginger Ball, John ...... Ball, Sally ...... ......307 ......307 ......307 O Ballard, Dorothy ..... 258 Balvin, Barbara . . ......307 ......307 Banks, David . . .307, 98, 118 Ash, LaJuan . . . . . 283 100, 309 Ash, B. W. ...107 Ashe, Greg .... . . 305 Ashe, Victor .......... 305 Asher, Freddy M. ....... 84 Ashley, Judy .......... 306 Ashlock, Wayne ....... 306 BAPTIST STUDENT Beaird, Donna ......... 307 Beal, Kimberly ........308 Beall, Cris ....,... Beam, Larry ... 308, 114 ,......308 .....283 Beaman, Larry . .. Bean, Elaine ... ...308 ...308 . . . .308 Bean, Robert ..... Bean, William L. ....... 308 Bearce, Michael Glenn ...... 308, 92 lBearden, Burley ...... 322 14, 187 Beaty, Mary Ann. . Beatty, Mary ..... Beatty, Paul .......... 283 0Beaudry, Harry R. Beaupre, Thomas .....308 .. . .308 ....258 ......308 Beck, David R. ... Beck, Luke F. W. Beckel, Billy .... Becker, Ardith . . .....308 .....308 79,84 ......308 ......308 Becker, Frederick W ..... 283 121 oBeckner, Don .... 253, 216 Beddingfield, Don Beeler, Dwayne .. R. . . .308 .....308 UNION .............. 100 Barber, George G. ...... 283 Barber, Paula .......... 307 Barber, Rodney ..... 307, 56 Barfield, Jerry ...... 307, 65 Bargas, Gary ....... 307, 47 Barger, Howard ........ 307 Ashmore, Helen . .283, 60 . . .307 Ba rger, Jerry ....... Beeman, Anne ........ 308, 0 Beeman, William E, .. 258 Beggs, Jim ......... 308, 50 Behnke, Susan ......... 308 62, 73, 77, 81 Beil, Moonyean .308, 62, 350 Beitelspacher, Phillip ..... 84 Ashmore, Linda . . .306, 112 Ashmore, Tommy ...... 306 Ashworth, Bob ........ 117 Aslett, Reggie ..... 306,92 ASSOCIA TION Barger, Michael ........ 307 0 Barker, Dr. Calvin 258, 109 Barker, Scott ....... 307, 54 Barker, Vicki .......... 307 46, 65, 70, 155, 176 Belcher, Kent . . . Bell, Fred L. ...... 308, 132 Bell, Jimmie D. ... Bell, Mike ...... .....308 .....287 .....308 Bell, Patricia .... 308, 77,80 ...258 ii'il1if1lli, Sltefiiti ,..,, 308, 52 Belguiig, Dan . , .308 9Benhtiin, Ann .. .. 258 Benhtini, Rose . .. ...308 Benitnnin, Richard ...308 Bennett, James ,.,.,.,. 308 Bennett, John . . . 308, 83 Bennett, Larry .. ...308 Bennett, Stephen . . .308 Benson, Carla Kay ...308 65, 88 Benson, Skip ,..... 308, 206 Bentley, Beverly ,,.... 308 Benton, Warren . . . . . 308 Berliner, Andrea ,..... Beralek, Lawrence . .283 Bernard, John ..... 283, 308 107 113 0 Bernstein, Dr. lra Boone, Dan ....... . . .209 Berry, Tommy .. Berry, Victor Lynn Berry, Vincent C. 0Berryhill, E. P. . Beseda, Allen ... Besinque, Brian .. 0 Betts, Roberta W Betts, Stephen . , . Bezner, John .... Bibb, Brian ..... Bibb, Gene ..... Biebighauser, Mark H .... 258 ......308 ......82 .....283 .....258 ......308 ......308 . . .258 ......308 ......283 308, 50 283, 50 308, 66 Billingsley, Sheryl ...... 308 Bingaman, Judy ....... 308 Bird, Roger Glenn ....... 85 Birks, Rayford ......,, 308 Bishop, Bryan ......... 283 45, 50, 127 Bishop, W. Lynne . . .283, 65 Bittner, Terry . .308, 65, 147 Bivins, Larry .... 309, 81, 83 Bixler, Joan ....... 309, 129 Black, Bill .... ..... 3 09 Black, Eugene ......... 309 Black, Jon ...... . ,309, 50 Black, Mary Jeane . . ,309, 65 o Black, Dr. Truman D. . .258 132 Blackburn, John ....... 309 0 Blackwell, Dr. Charles C. . . 258, 108 Blackwell, James . . .309, 118 Blackwood, James David .309 Blair, David ........... 111 0 Blair, Leon B .... .... 2 58 Blair, Travis .... Blake, Marlin .......... 283 0 Blakney, Paul S. ..258, 94 Blankenstein, Henry 283, 107 Blankert, Pat .,.... 283, 132 Blanks, Randy ......... 309 Blanton, Bill ..... .... 3 09 ...,283 Blass, Gary ... .,. Bleau, Dinah A ..... Block, Larry .... Block, Judith ... Blonder, Arnold ... Bloomfield, Lee ... .309, 220 Blount, Gary ...... Blubaugh, Mike . .. Blum, Cynthia ..... 0 Boatright, Jo .... Bloomquist, James 283,113 . . . .309 . . . .206 . . .309 .....85 .. .309 .....84 .309, 105 ....309 Bobbitt, Rosanne 309, 41, 65 Bobo, Carol ........... 110 Bodiford, Jamie .... 309,63 Bodiford, Pam ...... 309,63 Bolen, Dave C. ..... 309,85 0 Bolen, James C. . .... 258 Brandenburg, Jimmy ,... 109 Branham, Samuel . Bransom, Sondra . . Bransom, Mike ... Brantley, David . . . Branum, LaWanda . Braswell, Larry . . . Braswell, Mary .. . Braswell, Mike .... Bratcher, Bobbye . Brazel, Ronald ... 0 Brazzil, William . Brecker, Ross .... Breedlove, David . . Brewer, Cecil ...,. Brewer, Terry .... . H83 ----'370 .....216 .,...370 284,130 .....370 -..310 370,105 .....370 .....82 .....258 ......4i ...,.284 .....370 .,370, 50 Bullock, Jimmy ........ 110 Bullock, Michael . . .284, 108 Euntin, Jo lynn ........ 372 Burger, James ...... 372, 54 0 Burgin, Ann ......... 259 Burkart, David ........ 372 Burke, Edward M. ..284, 127 Burkeit, Craig .,....... 372 Burkett, Jimmy ........ 372 OBurkholder, Daniel259, 132 Burks, John .......,... 372 Boles, Joel .... ....... 3 09 0 Brewster, Weldon .258, 246 Brewton, Stephen ...... 370 Burks, Hazel .......... 253 0Burman, Dr. Harold G. .259 Burns, Bobby . .372, 48, 209 0 Burns, Dr. John S. ....259 Burns, Mike ........... 372 Burns, Porter .... ...,372 Burseen, Ronald ....... 372 Bilger, Kenneth R, 308, 112 Billingsley, Ray ........ 308 Blanton, Jane ...... ..309 0 Blanton, Matthew ....258 Cabello, Xavier . . . 285, 107 377 Boleyne, Sharon Irene . . .309 Boling, Dan ........... 100 Boling, Mary Ann Bols, Russell .... ..309 ....309 Bolton, Douglas ....... 309 Bolton, Thomas ....... 84 Bomar. Kathi ..... .309, 62 Bommarito, Maria ...... 309 0 Bonar, Eunice ....... 258 Bond, Laura .... Bonham, Danny . ....309 ....310 0Boon, J. D ....... 258, 226 Boorman, Tommy ..,... 370 Booth, Ronald .... 283, 68 Boren, Dr. Carter E. .... 258 Borne, Larry .... Bosh, Dorcus .... Bossier, Thomas . Bossin, Gary .... oBost, Edward L. Boston, Randal . . Boucher, Danny . Bouchillon, Lonnie Boughman, James Bouldin, Jim .... ......370 ....370 ......284 ......370 ..258 ,.,...370 ......370 .....370 ......370 ......370 Bouldin, Leroy ..... 370, 70 Boullard, Phillip .,..... 138 Boutell, Jim .......... 115 Bridges, Michael . . Bridges, Paula .... Bridges, Ronny . . . ..370, 83 .....370 ....,370 Briley, Judy .. 370, 96,118 Brim, Charles .... Brimer, John ..... Brinson, Jeannie .. Brister, Donald . . . Brister, Douglas. , . Britt, Charles .,... Britton, Carl ..... Brock, Charles .... Brooks, Gerald 370 Brooks, Jonny .... Brooks, Kenneth . , Brooks, Ron ..... Broome, Ruth Ann Brown, Billy ..... Brown Bob ...... 7 Brown, Burl ..... Brown, Carey J. . . .....370 .....135 ..,..370 ...,370 .....370 .....284 ..370, 82 .....370 ,130, 165 ......68 .....377 .....377 .....377 .....377 ..377, 47 ..284, 56 .....284 Burseen, Tommy . . .284, 215 Burt, D. D. ............ 78 Burt, Don Dennis ....,,. 83 Burt, John ............ 372 Burt, Roland ,......... 372 Burton, Josephine ...... 372 Burton, William L. Jr. ...372 Bury, Bruce ........... 372 Busbee, Carl ....... 285, 70 Bush, Bobby Wayne ..77, 82 Bush, Charles .,....... 372 Bush, David L. .. ..... 372 Bush, Linda ........... 372 Bush, Ray Gene ....... 372 Bush, Royce ....... 48,221 Bussey, Charles ........ 285 O Butler, Dr. James ..... 259 Butler, Skipper ........ 372 14, 48, Buzalsky, Raymond 182,221 ....372 Byars, Jerry ......,.... 374 Bynum, Sandra ........ 372 Boult, Marilyn . . .370, 44, 62 Bounds, Eddy ......... 370 Bounds, Larry ......... 100 Boydston, Sammie W .... 106 Boykin, Robert ........ 284 . .370 Bowden, John William Bowen, Bobby L. .370, 100 Bowen, Elizabeth ...... 370 Bowen, Jim ....... . . .109 Bowen. William N., ll ...106 Bower, James Martin . .77, 84 Bower, Sherry .... .370 Bowers, Steve ...... 370, 48 Bowles, Lory .... 284, 44, 64 69, 75, 77, 83, 106, 148 Brown, Cecilia .... .... 3 77 Brown, Colin ....... ...377 Brown, Brown Brown Brown, Brown, Brown 7 7 Dale .......... 377 David 284, 77, 78, 82 David ...... 377, 66 Dennis . .377, 77,83 Gaylon ..... 377,57 Greg ....... 377,48 Brown, Harry ..... 284, 105 Brown, Harold ........ 377 Brown, Howard ...,.... 377 Brown, John ..,.. .... 3 77 Brown, Kathy .... .... 3 77 Brown, Laura .... .... 3 77 Brown, Mary .......... 377 Brown, Raymond ...... 377 Brown, Rick ..... .... 3 77 Brown, Robert Byrd, Paddy .,........ 372 63, 160,181 Byrd, Rena ........... 372 Byrd, Tanya .......... 372 Byrd, William ... .... .285 C Brown, Sam ..... .,.. 1 38 Brown, William ........ 249 Browning, Stanley ...... 377 Broxson, Larry . .37 7, 78, 82 Cade, William .... .372, 114 Cadena, John . .372, 48, 221 0 Caffey, Dr. James .....259 Caffey, Sandy .372, 136, 129 Cagle, Judy ....., . .372, 65 Cagley, Robert . . , 285, 106 Cain, Billy Charles. Cain, Bob ....... Cain, Dan ... ... Cain, G. G. ,.... . Cain, Troy ....... Calcagno, Mike . .. ......82 .....209 ......40 .285, 128 .372, 220 . .372, 48 .L l N if -J ' 41,4 WCM? -2- ASSAXE hi." K i ' si ' I 1 dn tm . .ff xv I . .284 Bowles, Mitchell Lee , .. Bowman, David Lloyd . . Bowman, Larry .. ..... Bowman, Rosemarie ... 284 3 70 .370 0 Bruce, Dr. Charles .... 258 Brucker, Chris .... Brumball, John ... Bruss, Fred R., Jr. . Bruss, Joe H ...... .....377 .....377 .....284 .....284 Calder, Charles V. ...... 372 Caldwell, Alan ...... 372,50 Caldwell, Gerald W ...... 373 76, 77 Calfee, Richard ,... 285, 128 Box, Michael ..,........ 84 Boyd, Charles ......... 370 Boydston, Barty . . . 284, 56 Boydston, Sammie ... .370 oBoyle, Dr. Robert D. . .258 Boynton, S. E. ..... 370,82 Bozanich, Jackie ....... 284 Brach, Edward Dale . . . .85 Bradford Bradford Bradford Bradford Bradford, Bradford, ,Carolyn .. ..370 ,Cary Scott .370, 56 ,Jonny ....... 370 Lawrence .... 370 Patricia ...... 370 Wylie Lane 370,66 Bryan, Andrew . Bryan, Deborah ........ Bryan, Rodney ... .... Bryant, Frank .... .... 3 77 o Bryant, Jesse D. ..... . ....284, 68 377 377 258 Bryant, Karen .... . .. 138 Bryant, Mary . .. ...,377 Bryant, Miles .......... 377 11, 45, 47 Bryant Ronald ........ 372 Bryant, Sammye ....... 372 Bryant, Sarah ......... 372 Bryant, Warren .... 372, 138 Callaway, Brenda ...... 373 Callaway, Ronnie ...... 184 Calvert, Nick .......... 373 Cambell, Stanley ....... 373 Cameron, Eddie ....... 373 Cameron, Hugh ........ 118 0 Camerson, Margaret . . .259 Buchanan, Martha . Bradley, Earl .... 370, 77,82 Bradley, Lavne .. Bradshaw, Preston . . . .370 ..370 oBragg, Dr. Louis H. ...258 Bramlett, Jerry ........ 284 Bramlett, Kenneth Brammer, Gary . . .370 ....370 Buchanan, Mike .. Buchanan, Rob . .. Buck, Jack .... Buckner, Becky . .. Buckner, Bruce . . . 0Buetiker, Paul .. .....372 .....182 ..284,68 .....372 .....372 ..372, 66 .....259 Camp, Sharon ...... 373, 62 Campbell, Catherine .... 373 Campbell, Gary ........ 373 Campbell, Lucia ....... 373 Campbell, Ralph . . .373, 205 Campbell, Sidney Clyde . .83 Campos, Freddy ..... 77,85 Candler, William M ...... 373 Cannon, Odis ... . . . .285 Cantrell, Ken .... .... 3 73 Cantrell, Sandra ....... 285 Cantrell, Sherry ......... 58 0Cantwell, Donald W. ..259 Howell .....,.. 377 Caperton, Tommy . . .373, 83 Capps, John E. ........ 373 Caraway, Ralph ........ 373 52, 92, 114 Cardwell, Linda ........ 373 Carlisle, Penny Lee ..... 122 Carlock, Gaylord . . .287 128 Carlock, Larry R. ..373 107 0Carlson, Maurice 225, 259 Carlson, Robert ,,...... 373 Carlton, Douglas ..,.... 373 Carman, Don ..... .. .373 Carnahan, Sharon ...... 373 0 Carnes, James ........ 259 Carnes, Mary Octa ...... 373 Carnes, Teresa ......,.. 373 lCarol, Barbara ....... 259 Carpenter, Charles ...... 373 Carpenter, Leon ....... 285 Carr, Johnnie ..... 373, Carr, Leigh , . . Carr, Ray .... 129 ......138 .....373 Carr, Wilma .....,..... 373 Carrell, Frankie ..... 373,60 Carroll, James T. Ill .,.. 373 Carrothers, Judy ...,... 373 Charles, Beverly ....... 374 Chatham, Jimmie Faye ..374 Chattey, Paul ........, 115 Chavoya, Arthur .... 374, 54 Cheatham, June .3 74, 65, 38 o Cheavens, Frank Cheek, Cathy . . . ......259 ......374 0 Chen, Dr. Mo-Shing ...259 113 Chenevert, Judy ....... 374 Cheney, Monroe G .... . .259 Chenoweth, Suzanne .... 374 Cherry, Susan .. . Chesney, Linda . . 130 ......374 ......374 oChesnut, Dorothy Lynn . .. 259 CHESS CLUB ......... 109 Chessmore, Helen ......374 oChiIders, M. P .... .... 2 59 Childress, Pat ..... .285, 48 Chism, Beatrice ..,..... 374 Choate, Janetta ...,.... 374 Christal, Kathy ......... 34 Christal, Mike ..... .375, 54 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Coe, Mary ............ 376 oCoffelt, Kenneth M .... 260 Coffin, Vicky ...... 376, 60 0Cogdell, Dr. Thomas J ..... 260, 275 Cohen, Lynn .......... 376 Cohen, Sidney ...... 285, 45 Coke, Richard Lee . .285, 57 0Coke, Robert ........ 260 Coker, William ......,. 376 Coldiron, Margaret ..... 376 Coldwell, Charles ...... 128 Coldwell, Gene . . . .285, 123 Coleman, Carlton S. .... 376 Coleman, Charles Coleman, Michael Coley, Karen ..., Collard, Mark . .. .,...,376 ...376,83 ......376 .....376 . N. J. ,.1. Cooper, Carol ..... 377, 123 Cooper, Chris ......... 123 Cooper, David ......... 377 Cooper, Gary ..... 285, 132 Cooper Cooper 77, 79, 83 Linda ......... 377 Copeland, Danny ...... 285 68, 77,85 Copeland, Don ........ 215 Copeland, Sharon . . .377, 65 Coplin, Gary .......... 285 Corbin, Corbitt Corbitt Corbitt Corboy, Steven ..... 377, 86 ,Jerald ......... 377 Norman ....... 285 106, 127, 167 Paul .,.,.., 377, 52 Annabelle .60, 116 Cox, Mackey .......... 377 Cox, Nancy ,.., 377,63, 159 0Cox, Nita ..,.. ...260 Cox, Rhonda .... Cox, Rick .... Cox, Tad ...... 286, 65 ...377 ...286 Crabb, Cindy .... . . .377 Craenns, William .... 377,54 Craft, Ross ..... . . .377 Crain, Joe ....... . Cramer, Carolyn ...286 ...377 Crandall, Tom ......... 109 113, 128 Crane, Charles ......... 286 113, 128 Crane, Daniel ......... 377 Cranford, Don ....,.. 80, 84 Crawford, Allen .. ..... 117 rr-1-is f - I. .,h.Nl- - 4 at . Carson, Charles . . .76, 79,85 Carson, Diane ...,.. 374, 63 Carter, Bill ........... 374 Carter, Candy ...,., 374,62 Carter, Cynthia ........ 374 Carter, Glenn , . .285, 50,38 Carter, Jerry .......... 374 Carter, John B. ......, 374 Carter, Lynette . . 285, 130 Carter, Mark ... f ...... 374 Carter, Maurice ....,... 374 COLLEGE ORGANIZATION .,.... 102 Christensen, David .375, 110 Christiansen, Walter .... 375 Christy, Benjamin ...... 285 129, 135 Christy, Tim .......... 185 Chubb, Lonni ..... 375, 123 Chunn, Lonnie ..... 375,68 Chunn, Wayman .... 285, 67 CHURCH OF CHRIST . .. W4 -at 0Carter, Dr. R. N. .... . Carter, William ........ Carter, William S. ...., . 259 374 374 Cartwright, Vicki .,..,, 374 Carver, Nevin ......... 374 Carver, Wayne ......... 3 74 oCash, Dr. Floyd L. .... 259 273 Cash, Greg ...... ..... 3 74 Cashion, Jenny ........ Cason, Steve ,..... 374, Cassada, Barbara ....... Cassell, Harry, Jr. ..... . 285 209 374 374 BIBLE CHAIR ........ 101 Cichon, Richard ....... 375 CIRCLE K ...... ..,. 1 11 Cisnerds, Juanita ....... 375 Cisneros, Robert ..,.,.. 375 CIVIL ENGINEERING ZS 79.4 M.. X4kQfx,,X X sl il, 'tr - lltvi 1.-...m..,,,, ..,-..w,...-....t.f-- V HONOR SOCIETY ..,.. 126 Clark, Ann ........ 285, 64 Clark, Clifton 0CIark, Dayle M. ...,,. 260 .........375 Clark Gary A ..... .... 3 75 Clark, Jerry .... .... 3 75 Clark, Julie .... ..... 3 75 Clark, Pat .,.......... 375 Clark, Ronald B. ...375, 105 Clark, Sharon ..... 375, 130 r ' ' '53r.w,?,Q-3-1. ' ' 5- ,rp ..- .A , -.,,.,.,,,,V, ,, ...- fa: 't 1.2.1-'15-,4,.....t....:'. '- ' I - ,., ,.a.1, ,,, ... -X .-. Lai ..Q.'?: a 1.-... - T"""-' ' -... L- e.,a,,-if-,.,,.-,.v,+ Castleberry, Mary ...... 374 Castleberry, Ronnie .... 374 Cat, Harvey ........... 311 Cate, Sandra C. ..... 374,65 CaudilI,Ed ........... 374 Caudill, Randall M Caudill, Sam .... Caudle, Tom .... Cave, Dennis ..., oCaver, Fred . .. . ...... 82 ......374 ...37-4,47 ......374 ......374 . . .285 'Coulter' C, Nl- ,VUIIIU 250 Crist, Jean ............ 286 Cayce, Cameron .... 374,86 Cayton, Claudia ....... 374 132, 130, 126 Cerf, Charles ........... 38 Cestarte, Thomas ...... 374 Chaloupka, Johnny ..... 285 68, 72, 76 Chamberlain, Lee M. .... 374 Chamberlin, Linda ..374, 65 Clark, Sharon ......... 375 Clark, Susan Clark, William ......... 375 Clarke, James 0CIay, Charles R. ..260, 265 Clay, Ronnie ..,..,. 375,48 Claybrook, Cheryl ...... 375 Claybrook, Joel ........ 375 Clayton, William .... 375,66 0Clegg, Curtis E., Jr. ...260 ....375 .........375 Clem, Brian ......,.... 375 oClemons, Dr. Russell H260 Clemson, Dan ...... 88, 221 Cleveland, Don ..... 376, 57 Click, Damon ......... 376 0Clinton, Doyle ....... 260 Collerain, E. Rawlins .... 285 Collier, George . . Collier, Michelle . Collins, Bobbitt .. Collins, Bobby . . Collins, Larry ... ......377 ......285 ......285 ......317 ......285 Collins, Michael O. ..... 377 Collinsworth, Mike .194, 197 Colwell, Don .......... 377 oComitin, Dr. Salvators .260 Compton, Stephen ..... 377 CONCERT BAND . ,. Condon, Donna ..... ...137 377 Chambers, Brock ...... .374 Chambers, P. Deborah . . .374 Clock, John ..... Clough, George H. ......285 ......285 110 Chambers, Radford .285, 112 Chambers, Ronnie ...... 374 Chambliss, Gardner ..... 285 50, 66 Champion, Ronald ..... 374 Chandler, Connie ......374 Chandler, Thomas ...... 374 Chapman, Bennie ......374 Chapman, Linda ...374, 138 Chapman, Michael ...... 374 Chapman, Russ ........ 374 83, 138 Chapman, Stephen ..... 3 74 Chappell, George .... ,. . .374 108, 121 Cloughly, Pat ......... 376 58, 76, 82 Clouse, Cynthia ..... 376, 65 Cobb, Karen .... .... 3 76 Cobb, Lawrence ......, 376 Cobb, Richard . .. ....376 Cobo, Gary ........... 376 Cochran, Helen ........ 376 63, 123, 138 Cochran, John K. ,.285, 66 0Cochran, Joyce . .260, 132 Cochran, Leonard ...... 215 Cockerham, Terry Von . . .85 coe, David ........... 111 Conine, Howard . Connally, Greg .. ...377,48 ......111 'Connally, Howard .... 260 Connatser, Betty . Connatser, Cora . ......285 ......377 Connatser, Rebecca . .377, 58 Connelly, Mike . . Conner, Curtis .... ...377, 86 ...377 Connor, Michael ....... 377 Conner, Milton ........ 377 Conner, William .... 285, 66 Conway, David ...,.... 377 Conway, Gary S ........ 285 Conway, Jan ..... . . .377 Conwell, Claude ....... 285 Cook, Janice ..... . . .285 0Cook,Jim F. ........ 260 Cook, Lloyd E. ...... 77,83 Cook, Patsy ........... 377 Coombes, Robert ...... 285 ' ' me ... fe 3-N19-hr. ,L 122, 130 Corboy, Martha .,...... 377 60, 342 Corkery, Tom ......... 377 Corley, Jerry . . .285, 50, 128 Correa, Victor ......... 286 Corrigan, Danny ....... 377 Cosper, George . . . . . . .85 Crawford, Don ........ 377 Crawford, Edward ...... 377 Crawford, Jon ......... 377 Crawford, Stephen B. ...377 Crayton, Bobby ....... 377 Crayton, Debbe ..... 377, 64 Credille, James ........ 3 78 Cremer, Barry ...... 378, 48 Coss, Janette ....,..... 377 Costello, Mary Kay ..... 377 Cotten, David ......,.. 377 Couch, Billy .......... 377 0 Couch, Cecil Redding . .260 Coulson, Cindi ........ 377 54, 63, 174, 175, 206 Coursey, Sue .......... 377 Courson, Mary ....... Cremer, Tom .... 3 78, 50, 51 Crenshaw, Henry ....... 378 Crenshaw, Mary Frances .378 Crenshaw, Mike ........ 378 Crews, James .,...... 77, 83 oCrider, Louise ....... 257 Cripps, Jerry .......... 3 78 64, 117, 129 Crockett, Alberta ...... 378 Covert, Fred ....., 377, 132 Covert, Keith . .. .... .377 Coville, Elaine ......... 377 Covington, James , . .286, 68 Covington, Robert ..... 286 126, 132 0Cowan, Edward A ..... 260 Cowan, Frank .......... 83 Cox, Carl ............. 377 Cox, Gary ......... V. . ,286 Cox, James ....... 286, 128 Cox, James ........... 377 Crone, Jerry ..... Crosby, Ray ..... Cross, Roy L. .... Crossland, Michael Crosswhite, Rex . . Crosthwait, Thomas ....378 ....206 .....378 .....378 .....378 ....378 Crouch, Robert ..... 378, 50 Crow, Danny C. . . .378, 139 Crow, Horace ......... 378 Crowe, Don . . . .... .286 Crowe, Don ........ 378, 50 Crowe, John E. ........ 378 Cox, Jerry .,.... 77, 79, 139 Cox, Jimmy ...... 377,113 Cox, John W. ...,..... 377 0Crumb, Dr. Stephen F, .260 Crutchfield, Robert , .378, 85 Cruz, Dela ............ 130 Cuellar, Ralph .,.,..... 378 Culling, Laurence 378, 50, 83 Cumbie, Gary .,....... 378 Cumings, Linda ..,.,... 378 Cumings, Gary A. ..286, 113 Cummins, Don ........ 286 Cunningham, Donna378, 129 Cunningham, Randie .... 378 Cunningham, Richard F. .378 Cunningham, Robert .... 378 Dieb, Betsy ........... 379 Elliott Drake, Bob .........., 110 Cupples, John ... ..,. 123 .378 Cupples, Philip ........ 378 Curb, Marcine ...,..... 378 Curry, Kenna Dee ......379 Curtis, Buford .......... 84 Cushman, Tom ..... , . . .286 108, 120 Deramus, Glenda ,...... 379 Derr, John ......... 379,66 DeVault, Daryl A ...... .286 0 Devenport, Mary L. . . .260 Devine, Bill .......... .379 0Diana, Dr. Leonard M. .260 132 0Dice, Lt. Col. Harry E. .260 Dickerson, Richard ..... 379 Dickson, William ....... 286 Davis Phyllis Jeanne .... 286 123, 60 Davis, Ray T. ..... 286, 107 Davis, Richard ......... 379 Davis, Robert ..... 286, 129 Davis Robert ..... 286, 138 Davis Robert C. ....... 379 Davis, Sandy ......,... 379 Davis Sharon ...... 379, 62 Davis Susan ....,.. 379, 58 Davis, Toby Lee ..77, 82, 85 Davis, William ......... 379 Davis, William A ........ 379 Dawley, Mike . Dawson, Chuck Dawson, Dan ......,. 80, 82 Dawson, Joan . .. Dawson, John W. ........379 ....286,119 379, 62,40 ......286 Cutler, Robert . ........ 379 109, 116 Day, Glenn ..... 379, 66, 40 Day, Michael .......... 379 D Dacy, John ... ......84 Dahlin, Joel ..... ..... 3 79 Dealer, Wallace ... ....379 lDean, Euda . . .... 260 Dean, Ginger ..... . . .60 Dean, Linda .......... 379 Dailey, Michael ... . . .124 Dakill, Floyd ,......... 135 Dale, Gene ........... 379 Dalley, Ann ........ 379, 58 0 Dalley, Dr. Joseph W. . .260 Dalrymple, Corbill O. .. .286 Dalrymple, Dale ...,... 120 Dalton, Eric ...... 379, 135 0 Dean, Robert G ....,.. 260 Deason, Betty .................. 379 DEBATE CLUB ..... DeBee, Jan ............. DeFrank, Mike ....... 77, 84, Deis, Benny ........... ..........111 ..........379 ..........379 1 30 286 Dekker, Kay .......... 379 Dana, Dana, Dana, D 'Anna ...... 286, 58 Doreena ........ 3 79 Fieldona ........ 286 DeKoker, Georgia ...... 116 DeKoker, Jon G .... 286, 127 0 Dieb, Ronald ........ 260 Diehl, Jack ........ 379, 56 Diehl, Mary ........... 379 Diem, Bob ........ 339, 182 186, 187, 54 Dietrich, Linda ........ 379 Dillon, John ............... 320,50 DiScillio, Steve ................... 42 Dixon, Carrington B. Jr .... 286 129 Dixon, Donald ......... 286, 129 Dixson, James D. .320, 52, 40 Dobbs, Charles ........... 320, 50 Dobbs, Fred .............,. 286, 70 Dobbs, John L. ................ 320 Dosier, Jimmy ......... 128 0Doughty, Erwin ...... 260 Douglass, Marsha ....... 320 Dove, Robert .... .....320 Dover, Ronnie ......,.. 116 0 Dowd, Barry .... 200, 203 0Dowdy, Dr. James E. ..260 Downs, Bobby ........ 320 Doyle, Wanda Loydene . .320 Dragesic, Chuck ....... 209 Drawbaugh, William D. ..320 114 Drennan, Carol ........ 320 Drennan, Fred ......... 287 45, 52, 98, 162 Drexel, Karen ......... 320 O Droze, Dr. W. F ,...... 260 Ekholm, Carlene ....... 327 Elam, Donna .......... 327 Elder, Patti ....... 327, 138 Elder, Susan .......... 327 11, 1,62, 138 Eligio, Earl ........... 130 0Eller, R. R ...... .....267 Ellett, Virginia .... 327, 141 Elliott, Diana ......... 327 Elliott, Richard ........ 327 ,Sherri . .. Dudley, Gerald W .... 320,83 'Duff, James W ....... 260,259 Dugan, Stan .......... 206 Duke, Dennis ...... 320,66 Duke, Richard ......... 320 Duke, Sharon . .320, 96, 118 Elliott . . . . .327 , Steve .......... 287 0Elliot, William G. ..... 267 0Ellis, Dr. Jason . . .267, 132 Ellis, Lehman ....... 79, 85 Ellis, Thomas Michael ...287 Ellis, William M. ............... 327 O Ellison, David ................ 327 Ellison, Ray ......... .........327 Ellison, Sandra ................. 327 Eldridge, Kathryn ............ 327 Elverton, Reta .................. 327 Ely, Billy .................. 327,116 Emerson, Emily ...327, 58, 59 Dunaway, Chip .... .... 3 20 Dunbar, Dixie ...... 287, 63 Duncan, Charles . . .287, 106 Duncan, Dora ...... 320, 65 Duncan, Marilyn ....... 320 Duncan, Thomas V. .320, 86 Dundas, Bruce ......... 320 Dungan, Ronnie .... 320,54 Epps, Bill ............ 322 Dana, Suzanna ........ 3 79 Dancses, Joseph . .78, 80, 84 DanFord, Randy ....... 379 Daniel, John William .... 379 Daniel, Karen ......... 286 DaPrile, Walter ........ 379 Darden, Paul ...... 286, 128 Dela Cruz, Eligio Jr. .... 379 114 DeLaughter, David ..... 379 DeLaughter, Donald .... 286 DeLaughter, Samuel .... 379 DeLeon, Minerva ....... 379 Delong, Nita .......... 379 Darovich, Donna Ann .. .379 DELTA SIGMA Pl ...... 68 DELTA TAU DELTA .... 50 94, 98, 118 Davidson, Danny ....... 379 Davis, Cathy .......... 379 Davis, Charles ......... 3 79 Davis, Cherly ...... 379 138 Davis, Danny .......... 3 79 Davis, Danny .... ..... 3 79 Davis, David . . ......286 Davis, Guy ........ 379, 57 Davis, Janice .... ..... 3 79 Davis, John ........... 286 Davis, Leonard ..... 379, 49 Davis, Odom .... ..... 1 35 70, 77, 82 Dockery, Phyllis Fowler...286 Dodd, lzvnn ..................... 286 'Dodge Dr. C. F ..... 260, 112 Dodgen, David ................... 84 Dodgen, Linda ........... 320, 60 Dodson, Alvy ................... 320 Dodson, Kenneth ............. 320 Dodson, Nancy ......,......... 320 Dodson, Pat C. ......... 320, 122 Dodson, Richard M. Jr. .... 320 Doerr, Fred ...... 286, 182, 186 Doerr, Robert .................. 320 Dollar, Bill ................. 320,50 Donaldson, Richard Doyle .,... 85 Donaldson, Tom ........ 47 Dunham, Tad ..... Dunlap, Charles .... Dunn, Carolyn .... Dunn, James A. Jr. Dunn, Jerry ...... Dunn, Joseph ..... Dunn, Larry ..... Dunn, Marcus ..... ....209 ....320 ....320 .287, 106 . . . . .86 .320, 82 .287, 196 ...,287 Dunn, William K. Jr. .... 287 Dunsworth, David . . .320, 92 0Dunsworth, H. A. D. ..260 DELTA ZETA Deming, Charlotte ...... 379 Demory, Stephen Richard .83 Dempsey, Linda ....... 286 Dempsey, Linda .... 379, 65 Dempster, Gene . . .286, 109 0 Denman, Dr. Clarence P. .. 260 Dennis, Bob ...... 286, 107 Dennis, Roy .......... 379 Denton, Carolyn ....... 122 Donalson, D. P ......... 286 Donalson, Walter ........68 Donley, Kathy ........ 320 Dooley, Linda . .. . . .129 Doran, Ronny ......... 320 DORMITORIES ........ 87 Dorris, Dennis .................. 320 77, 78, 83 Dorsey, Herve ......... 320 Dortch, Debby ........ 320 Dortch, Tommy Charles . .82 Dupont, Dwight ....... 320 Durling, Diana ..... 287, 168 Durrwachter, Henry . . . .320 Dutton, David ..... DuVall, Linda ..... 0 Duwaji, Ghazi ... Dycus, John ...... Dydek, Fredrick . .. Dydek, Margaret . .. 0 Dyer, Danny .... Dyer, Debbie ...... Dyer, Jerry ....... .320, 54 . . . .287 260, 224 320, 195 ....320 ....320 ....260 ....320 320, 110 Emery, Jacquelin ...... 327 Emmick, Marc .... .138, 139 Emmons, Karen .... 327, 60 Empey, Richard ..... 78,85 EN AMI .............. 62 Enayati, Eskandar ,,,,,, 288 England, Bobby ....... 327 England, Rhonda ......327 Ennis, Elma Lynn ...... 327 Entrop, Arlene ........ 327 Epps, Bettie .......... 327 EPSILON NU GAMMA. .127 Erickson, Dale ......... 322 Erickson, Lillian ....... 288 Erler, Mary Beth ....... 322 Erlick, Barry .... .....288 Ertresuagg, Rolf ........... 77,82 Escaseda, Carmelita .......... 322 Escoe, Keith .......... 288 Eskew, Patrick . ....... 322 Eskew, Sherwin . .. Essary, Judy ..... Estall, Robert .... Esterlein, Laurel . . Estes, Audrey .... Estes, Charles ..... .....322 .....322 ...79,84 .....322 .322, 122 .322, 82 0Estes, E. D. ......... 267 Estes, Jon ........ 322, 126 0 Estes, Ralph ..... 267, 226 Estes, Roy D. ......... 322 ETA KAPPA NU ....... 128 Etheridge, Gary P ....... 322 Etheridge, Tommy R. . . .288 Etheridge, Lana ........ 322 Eubanks, Roosevelt Ill . .322 Eudaley, Terry ... Evans, Bill ...... .....288 .....288 ....85 ,li 'i .4 5 -Ga , V7 1.1" f Q sig' J 0 Dyer, Rex ...... 260, 110 Dyer, Sharon ....... 320, 60 E Eagle, Hugh .......... 287 East, Tom ............ 320 Easterling, DeWitt Jr. . . .320 0 Easterling, William D. .260, 209, 212 Eaton, Charles ...... 320, 83 0 Ebensberger, Gary .... 267 Evans, Charles . . . 138,139 Eberly, Vic ....................... 320 0Echart, C.M ......... 267 Echols, Suzanne ....... 320 Eddleman, Mickey .....185 Edington, Tresa ..... 287, 65 Edmiston, Dixie .. Edmonds, Denver . .....320 ....320 Edmundson, Bonny ..... .... 2 87 Edwards, Barbara ...... 327 Edwards, Joan ......... 327 Edwards, Kenneth ...... 327 Edwards, Ronald ....... 287 Edwards, Suzanna ...... 327 Eggerman, Susie . . .....327 o Eichelberger, Dr. Clayton .... 267, 224 Eichenberger, Fred ..... 327 Einhaus, Elizabeth327, 40, 62 Evans, Donald .......... 84 Evans, Earl Douglas ..... 288 117, 118, 130 Evans, Janne ...... 288, 109 Evans, John ........... 322 Evans, Michael . .322, 77,82 Evans, Randall ........ 288 66, 77, 78 Evans, Robert W. . .322, 108 Eve, Frank ............ 86 0 Everard, Dr. Noel J. ...267 224 Everett, Jimmy ........ 322 131, 163, 328 Ezell, James ........,. 322 F Faaborg, Mary Jo ...... 322 Fagan, Mary .......... 288 131,169 Fal1an,St0ve ,....... . .115 Fahey, Paulette ........ 322 0 Fairchild, Dr. Jack 105, ....267 225, 273 4.4-l Goodwin, Lee ......... 326 French, Daniel Logan .... 85 0Frye, Bernard L. ...., 262 Gram' Sue """'4"" 325 .323 50, d. r ffl' .. Faircloth, James ....... 322 0FaIconer, Dr. David R. .267 109 Fallis, Beverly . . . .... .322 Fallis, Frank .... ..... 3 22 Fallis, Mary . .. .... .322 Gilbert, Terry . .325, 49, 221 Falls, James. . . . . .322, 50 Falvo, Susan .... ,.... 3 22 Fannin, Mike .......... 322 Farmer, Connie ........ 322 Farr, Roger ..... 323, 45, 57 Farrow, Alan . .288, 108, 127 Faulkenberry, Luke . . .323 Faulkner, Ronnie ,..... 183 Fahmel, Paul R. ....... 323 Figueroa, Jose ..... 0Files, Carl W. .... Fine, Joe ......... Finklestein, Nathan . Finley, David ..... Fischbein, Jack ... Fischer, Kenneth . . . 4' 2 2 ....323 108 ....323 ....323 ....323 .323 Fischer, Richard .... 323, 84 Fisher, Gary . . . .323 Fisher, Jack . . . .323 Fisher, Janet . . . .323 Fisher, J. B ............ 323 oFisher, Thomas ...... 267 209 0 Fitzer, Jack ......... 267 Ford, Cheryl .......... 323 65, 141, 162 0 Ford, Edmond H ...... 262 Fore, Edward Montgomery Jr. 288 Garrett, Sharon .... 324, 129 Garrett, William T. ...,. 289 Garrison, Mark .... Garrison, Olie ..... Garth, Jim ..... Forehand, Sandy ....... 323 0Forester, Ailsey . . Forshee, Walter . . Forster, Persis ..... Forsyth, Arthur . . . ....323 ....262 ....206 ....139 O Fortenberry, Dr. George262 Fortenberry, George Fortuna, Juliann .. . Foster, Ann ....... Foster, Jim ....... 49, .....52 ....323 ....323 ....323 62, 221 Foster, Linda ..... 323, 132 0Foster, Robert . . . Foukas, Thomas . Fowler, Gayla ..... Fowler, Hayward , , , 0 Fowler, Pat ..... ....262 ....288 ....324 324 ....253 . . . .324 .324, 34 . . . .324 Garth, John ........... 112 Garvin, Joe ,.......... 289 Gary, Rollin ...324, 98, 118 Garza, Frederick William .324 Garza, Linda ....... 324, 62 Garza, Patsy .......... 324 Garza, T. Albert .... 324, 70 Gaston, James .... Gatchel, Stan . . ....324 ....289 Gathings, Mike ........ 138 Gathings, Nita ...... 324, 65 Gatlin, William 0Gault, Frank ... Gauly, Ernesto ... Gauntt, Danny .. . Gavia, Jessie . . 0 Fowler, Rosemary .... 262 Francis, James ...... 324, 84 Francis, Linda Lee ..... 324 0 Francis, Robert . .262, 226 Frank, H. S. .......... 324 Franklin, Jerry .288, 70, 113 Franklin, Susan ..... 324, 64 Frantz, Forrest ........ 288 Franzen, Nancy ........ 324 Frase, David .......... 214 Frazell, Jacque ..... 324. 50 Free, Harold .......... 324 Freeman, Gene ..... ....17 Freeman, Ronnie ...324, 70 Freer, Gary ........ 324,57 Geddie, Tommy .., Gedeon, Sharleen . . Geiselvrecht, Darwin .......324 ....235 ....324 ....324 ........324 .95, 118 .325, 64 ..,.123 Geiser, William Louis .. .325 77, 78, 85 Gell, Suzanne ......... 325 Gensweider, Resa ...... 325 Gentry, Mike .......... 325 Gentry, Thomas Lee .... 289 Gentry, Tom .......... 325 GEOLOGICAL Gnuse, Robert ...... 326, 79 Gober, Terry .... ..... 3 26 Godfrey, Mary ........ 326 Gofford, Angela ....... 110 Golden, Jack .......... 326 Goldie, Eleanore .,...., 326 Goldring, Kathy Elaine . .326 Gongos, Susan ......... 289 Gooch, Kenneth Richard 289 Gooch, Patti ......,... 289 Good, Barry ....... 326, 91 Goodale, Billy .,....... 326 Goode, James ......... 326 Godman, Frank ....... 326 Goodman, Linda Revier .326 Goodman, Truman . .326, 85 SOCIETY ..... ..... 1 12 George, David ...,.. 100, 85 George, Gayla ......,.. 325 George, Terry ..... 1 95, 198 Gerik, Richard ....,... 325 Goodman, William .....326 Goodner, Roger ....... 326 Goodrich, Robert F. oGoodwin, Joe Lee 0Goodwin, John M. ....289 ...,262 ....262 Gordon, Suzanne ...... 326 Gordy, Michael ........ 326 Gotham, Ronald ....... 326 Gough, Fred .......,.. 326 Gough, William G ....,.. 326 Gowins, Geary .....,.. 326 Goyne, Archie ,........ 326 OGoyne, Dr. A. V. ..... 262 Goyne, Carol ,......... 326 Goyne, David . . . Goyne, Rick . . .....326 ....326 Goza, Barry ........... 326 Grab, Nadine ...... 326, 102 Grady, Deloach, Jr ...... 326 Grady, William Mack .... 326 Gerron, Sheldon J. ..... 289 0 French, Dr. Richard . . .262 Frey, Russell .......... 324 Fritcher, David ........ 324 Fritcher, Edward . . .288, 108 68, 77, 83 Geurtz, Bob .... 325, 78,85 Geyer, Robert ......... 325 Giaimo, Charles ...,..... 86 Frnka, Frances ........ 324 Frost, Don ....,..,.... 62 Fry, Gary ............ 288 106, 120, 121 Fugate, Ann ...... 324, 129 Fulenwider, Douglas .... 324 Fuller, Diana .......... 138 Fuller, Patsy .... .... 3 24 Fullwood, Travis ....... 324 Gian, lssac ......... 325, 86 Gibbons, Emme Sue ,... 325 Gibbs, Kathy ....... 325, 64 Gibley, Tom ... .... .118 Graham, Charlotte Graham Graham, Gerald . .....326 ,Doug ......... 138 ......326 Graham, Jim .......... 326 Graham, Keith ..... 326, 34 Graham, Mike ......... 100 Graham, Stephen . .289, 105 Gibson, Debbie . . ..,. 325 Gibson, Jewel , . . . . . .289 Gibson, Kenneth ...,... 325 Gibson, Larry . . . . . . .325 Gibson, Susan ......... 325 Grant, Aubrey ......... 326 Grantham, Walter J. 289, 127 Graves, Barbara ........ 326 Graves, Buzz ..,....... 209 Graves, Skip ...... 289, 66 Gray, Chris ........ 326,57 Furgeson, Sherry ..., 324, 63 Furlong, Jacquelyne Kay 288 Futch, Dana ........ 77,82 Futch, David ... . . . .83 G Gaddis, Mike .... .... 3 24 Gafford, Angela ....... 324 Gaines, David H. ....... 288 Gillispie, Douglas . .. Field, Debbie ......... 323 Felderman, Larry . . .323, 54 Feldman, Bob ..... 323, 124 .327, 64 Glass, Linda ....... 0Feldman, Dr. Egal .... 267 Feldman, Paul ......... 323 Felix, George ..... 323, 50 Felker, Marilyn ..... 323, 65 Fenly, Dolores ........ 323 Fenner, Travis ...... 323, 82 Fenoglio, Gary ........ 323 Ferguson, Cheryl ....... 323 129, 136 Ferguson, Frances ...... 323 Ferguson, Gayle ....... 323 Ferguson, James D. ..... 323 Fergusen, John ........ 323 Ferguson, William ...... 323 Ferrante, Russell ....... 323 Ferstenfeld, Leonard .... 288 Fertitta, Frank .... ....323 Fielder, Melva .... . . .323 Fields, Darwin .... . . .323 Fitzpatrick, Roger ...... 334 P, 77. 84 Fitzsimmons, Eddie .... 323 Flaherty, Robert .... 288, 70 77, 82, 27 Gallaway, Randy ....... 324 0Gamble, Robert ...... 262 Gambrell, Sharon ...... 324 Gann, Mary ........ 324, 64 Gansert, Greg . .324, 49, 221 Flatt, Richard M. . . 323 Fleischmann, George .... 323 Fleming, Rhonda ...... 323 0Flenniken, Neita J ..... 267 Fletcher, Mike ......... 288 Fletcher, Patricia ....... 323 0 Flinn, Wesley ........ 102 Flippin, Robert ......,. 323 Flohr, Paul . .323, 16, 66, 41 Floyd, Billy ....... 323124 Floyd, Roger ....... 323, 68 0 Floyd, Russell ,...... 267 Flusche, Patrick . . .323, 106 Fly, William ... . Follin, Susan ... 0 Forbes, B. lVI. ... Forcht, Frieda .... Ford, Arthur . .. ....323 ....323 ....267 ....323 ....323 Gant, Gregory L .... Gant, Ronnie ... Garcia, Anita E. . . . Garcia, LeRoy ..... ....324 ....324 ....288 .324, 66 Gardner, J. L. ..... 324, 167 0Gardner, John A. . 0Gardner, Kent . . . ....262 . .. .255 45,11,145 Gardner, Larry .... Garga, Frederick . . . Garis, Betty ..... Garner, Betty . . . Garner, Gary .... Garner, Janie ...... Garner, Karen ..... Garrett, Betty ..... Garrett, Dan .... Garrett, Douglas . . . ....288 ....91 ....324 ....118 ....324 ....324 288,58 ....324 .....34 ....288 0Garrett, Jim W. ...... 262 Gibbens, Jana ...... . . .325 Giddens, Mark Dana .325, 84 Giddings, David ..... Gidley, Thomas ..... Gifford, Chuck ..... 159, 160 Gifford, Craig ...... 0Gilbert, Carl L ..... Gilbert, Eddie ...... . . .289 . . .325 . . .325 . . .325 . . .262 . . .325 Gilbert, Leuna ...... 289, 60 0Gilbreath, Joe .... Gildersleeve, Ronnie . . .262 Gray, Deborah .,...... 326 Gray, Dee Wayne206, 207,221 Gray, Everette ..... 289, 108 Gray, Paul ........ 326, 220 Green, Bob ........... 326 0Green, Dr. Charles H ...... 245, 262 Green, Chester W. ...... 289 Green, Gayle .......... 112 0Green, Dr. George W. . .263 276 ....325 Gillaspia, Paul ......... 289 0Gillespie, Alan ....... 262 Gilley, Michael ........ 325 Gillham, Susan .... 325,116 Gilmartin, Bill ...... . . .325 . . .325 Gilmore, Barnie Ill Gilmore, Comer Jr. Gilmore, Gilmore .....325 .....325 Michael ....... 326 , Roy ......... 326 Gilstrap, David ..... 326, 54 Green, Gorman ........ 289 0Green, Harold R. ..... 263 Green, James ....... 289, 49 Green, Peggy .......... 326 0Green, William Paul . . .263 Greenlee, Robert .... . . .326 Greenwood, Carolyn ....289 Greenwood, Robert 326, 112 0Greer, Nancy ........ 263 Greer, William . . . . . .326 Gregg, Adele . . . . .327 Gregg, Charles ......... 327 Gregg, Sandra ...... 327, 63 Gregory, Curtis .... . . .327 Gilstrap, Lonnie ....... 326 Gipson, Gene ......... 289 0Giradot, Dr. Peter R. .... . 262, 244 'GIadden, Frank ... . . .262 Glass, Cynthia ..... 326, 138 Glasser, Bill .... . . .326 ......326 Gleason, David ........ 326 Gleason, Steve ......... 326 Gleason, Timothy . .289, 113 Gleghorn, Gary ........ 326 Glynn, Roger ...... 326,85 Gresham, Gary ..... 289, 70 Grett, Thomas A Grider, Sandy ..... Griffice, Robert Griffin, Arthur .... . ...... 327 . . .289 ..,.54 Griffin, Bill ....... Griffin, Bobby D. ...... 327 Griffin, Cheryl ........ 327 Griffin, Danny .... 181, 186 Griffin, Don S. .... 327,116 Griffin, Leonard ....... 3.27 GMiUn,Nvla 32? Grrllrn, Rlrortrla . ..., 327 Hammond, Jon Paul Hill, Joe P, .........,. 106 Grrlfrrr, Sandra 326 63,18l,l76,18,146,160 Griffith, Allen L,.., 289, 221 Grwllrtlr, B R. ....,,.. 327 Grtflrth, Clrarles . .84 oHamlett, Dr Sam .. . 263 Hamlin, Charles ,.,,.,,, 329 Hammatfk, James 329, 209 0 Hammack, Mellre ..,, 263 Hammond, Charles ..... 329 138,135 ....329 Hawkes, Bunny ........ 100 Hawkes, Elizabeth . .138, 139 Harkins, Annie Delores . .330 Hawkins, Michael . . .330, 47 Hawkins, Pat ...... 290, 132 ,Charles Bruce ..337, 50 Dick ,........... 337 65, 186, 188, Doris ........... Dwight ...... 290, 189 .337 128 Hollinger, Pam ... 0Grigg, Calvin .. Grigis, Cynthia Grrgsby, David ....263 .....,327 . .,,.. 327 Hammond, Walt 329, 206, 57 Hampton, Jim . .329, 66, 111 Hampton, Wayne . . .329, 50 Hanes, Richard .. . Grimes, James . 327, 77,84 Gr imes, Michael A. ..... 289 Grisham, Vlleldon ,,... 186 Groce, Charlotte . . 327, 215 Groce, John .......... 281 Hamrick, Larry ... .....128 Hance, Douglas J. . .289, 105 Hancock, Clista .... 289, 131 Hand, Kenny . . .329,94, 118 ....329 Grot e, Larry A. .. .... .113 Groner, David E. . 273, 263 Grore, Larry A. . ..... 289 Grosrrclose, Sandra . ...327 lHan Hanlo ks, Harry S. ... H263 n, Ellen ....... . .329 Hanna, Peggy Lynn ..... 329 .263 Hitt, Glenn ...... .... 3 32 Hardin, Jim ...... Grove, Rexanne .,,. . .328 Groves, Rickey , ....,, 328 263, lGrubb, Grover C Guarnera, Joe .,..,... 3 267 728 Holmes, James . .... .. Gruebbel, Ted ,....... 328 Helm, Emily ..... Guerrero, Ben H ....... 323 Guinn, Mabel 328, 139, 138 Gurratrlaka, Vllissmore .. .328 Gundrum, Russ ........ 328 Gunter, Erlynne ,..,... 328 Gunter, Jimmy 328, 92, 114 0 Hanning, Thomas G. . Hardage, Bill ...... 329, 114 Hardgrave, Jerry . . ....289 Hardin, Janet ....., 329, 62 0 Hardin, Martha L. Harding, Lewis . . . Hargrave, Cathey . . Hariu, Ralph .... Harkless, Cliflord . Harlan, Robin ..., ....289 ....263 ....329 ....329 ...329 ....329 ....329 Harless, Doug .... ..,.. 3 29 .329, 105 ,...289 Harp, Ronald ..,.. .,..329 Guthrie, Bill ..,. .,.., 3 28 Guthrie, Greg ...., 328, 138 Gutiebrez, Fred ........ 328 Gwrlt, Larry ..,.. .,.. 3 28 H Haagen, Jerilyn .....,., 129 Haagen, Peter ......, .289 50, 127, 128 Hackler, Bobby ........ 289 Hackman, VVilliam H328, 132 Harlow, Lynda Ann ....329 Harmon, David A .... 329, 66 Harmon, Frank .. . Harmon, Lee . , . . ., Harnage, Candy . . .289, 57 . . . .329 Harp, Ken ........ 289, 105 Harper, Jack ...... Ol-larper, Jane . . . Harper, Sherry ,... .290, 91 ....263 ....290 Harper, Sue ,....,, 290, 127 Harpster, Linda ... Harpold, Mike , ..... Harpster, John .... .290, 132 ..78,84 Harpster, Shirley ...,... 206 Harrell, Joseph D. . 329, 114 Hawkins, Steve ..... 330, 50 Hay, James . .,.. . . .330 oHayashr, Paul ... ...263 Hayes, Jerry .....,.... 330 Haygood, Nancy ....... 330 Hayner, Vllilliam ....... 330 oHaynes, Dr. John ..... 263 Haynes, Scott ......... 330 Haynes, Terry ...... 330, 50 Haynie, Gary L. ....... 330 Hays, Nick ....,... 0 Haywood, Grady D, 290, 70 . . .263 0 Hearndon, Dr. Allen J. ,263 Heath, Larry .,........ 330 0 Heath, Dr. Larry ..... 263 Heath, Parrish R, Jr, .... 330 Hetlin, Sharon ......... 330 Hefner, Ronnie ........ 330 Heidt, Michael ,... ....330 Heinze, Rosanne330, 65, 145 Heitman, Lynn ..., 290, 128 Heil, Robert A, ... ....290 OHellier', Dr, Thomas R. ,263 0Helm, H. M., Jr. . Helmick, Steve ... Helms, Danny .... Helms, Jeff ,..... Helpinstill, Bob .... ....330 ....263 .....130 .290, 69 . . . . .209 ....330 97, 47, 114 Hemphill, Andy ..., 330,57 Henchcliffe, Vickii ,330, 63 Hill, James Michael .290, 129 Hill ' , Linda ..,,........ 337 0 Hill, Madeline ..,..... 263 Hill, Michael M ....., 337,82 Hoffner, Larry ,.,,,,,, Hoistmann, Katherine . .. 206 105 OHoit, Dr. Bill F, ,,,,,, 264 Holacka, Jerry ..... 121 0 Holder, Dolores ...... 264 HOLIDAY SINGERS ... 139 Holland, Judy ......... 332 0 Holland, L. R. ....... 264 Holler, Dennis .... 112 290 Hill, Pat ...... ... 337 Hill, Paul ... .... .337 Hill, Peggy ............ 337 Hill, Sandye ,..... 332,129 Hill, Sondra .,...... 332, 58 O Hollingsworth, Dr, Harold M. ...... 264 Hollingsworth, Maura ...124 Hollingsworth, Robert . .332 Hilland, Sandra L ....... 332 Himes, Cathy . .332, 92, 118 O Hinaiosa, Gilberto .... 262 Hindash, Joe ...... 105, 115 52 Hollingsworth, Steve .... 332 82 Hollowell, Barbara . 332 132 Hintgen, George ..,332, 105 Hipple, Norman ....... 332 Hiser, DorisAnn ....... 332 Hollowell, Roger ....... 332 Holmes, Bill ........ 79, 84 Holmes, Evan M ...., 332, 86 Holmes, George ...... 77, 85 ......332 Hoaper, Patricia Hobbs, Arthur ,........ 187 Hobbs, Jamie ......... 332 44,60,111,118, 124 Hobbs, Margie ......... 332 Hodde, Don G. ........ 290 105,107,113,123 oHoImes, Dr,,William F,, .332 264 Holt, Jerry . ........,. 333 o l-lolton, Marguerite .... 264 Hood, Sam ............ 85 Hooten, Diane ...... 290, 65 Hopkins, Flo ....... 333,63 Henderson, Alray ...... 118 Henderson, Bonnie ..... 330 Henderson, Doug 330, 77,86 Henderson, Millie ...... 330 Henderson, Paul ....... 330 OHenderson, Thurman . .263 0 Hendricks, Bill M, Hendricks, Carolyn Hendrickson, Bob . ....263 ....330 ....330 Hendrickson, Ronald J . .330 t-idle' Ronald ,,,, ,,,,, 3 28 Harris, Verna Lou . .329, Herold, Joseph .... 337, 112 Hackney, Elizabeth ..... 328 Haddock, Tony ......., 328 Hadsell, Dike . .. ...328 Hafele, Harry . . . .... 328 Hagar, Robert . . . .... .328 0 Hagard, Dr. Luther ,.,. 263 0 Haggard, Ruth Ann . . .263 Hahn, Bill ............ 328 Hailey, Betty .. .... 289, 64 Hailey, Mike .......... 289 0 Haii-Sheikh, Dr. A . . . ,263 108, 273 Hale, Howard ......... 289 Hale, Robert .......... 289 49, 172,173, 181.221 Haley, Brent .......... 328 Haley, Charles ...., 289, 105 Haley, Mickie . ........ 328 Hall, Bill ............. 329 0Hall, C. C, ...... 263, 274 Hall, Cindy ...,... .329, 58 Hall, Hugh M. ., .,.... 329 Hall, Jessie Jr. , . ,329 Hall, Karen .......,... 329 0Harll, Dr. Martin H ..... 263 Hall, Michael .329, 77, 81, 82 Hall, Mike ........,... 329 Hall, Robert .... 329, 45, 54 Halley, Dewayne ..,.... 329 Hallford, Linda ........ 329 Hallmark, Philip .... 86, 138 Hallowell, Suellen .,.... 329 Hambrick, Pali . .329, 63, 44 0Hanrby, Orton ,...,.. 263 Hamilton, Charles ...... 329 Hamilton, David .. . .. 329 Hamilton, Donna ...... 329 Hamilton, Jan . , . , . .329 Hamilton, Jolnr , .. 329,130 Hfrnrilton, L.rrry ...... 329 Hamilton, Linda ,...... 329 82, 62, 17 ll.rrnrllorr, Randy 329, 64, 47 0 l-'l.rrniltorr, VV. Vllirrtio ...263 Harrell, Marilyn ....... .329 0Harrington, Alberta . . .263 Harris, Bill J .........,. 290 Harris, Doyle ...,, . ,329, 85 Harris, Greg ..... ..... 3 29 Harris Leonard . . . , . . .329 Harris, Lynda , . ..... 329 Harris, Phillip ....,. 329,85 Harris, Robert E ....... 290 Harris, Harrison, Doug ,,.... . Harrison, Floyd M. Jr. .. Tommy , .329, 50, 51 110 .329 .330 Harrison, Hairy .....,.. 290 Harrison, Nancy ....... 330 Hart, Antoinette .... 290, 60 Hart, Bill ....,..... 330,50 Hart, Jan . .290, 62, 149, 126 Hart, Leslie ....... 330, 100 Hart, Linda .,......... 330 Hart, Lorne E. . .330, 66, 103 Hart, Sharon . . . , . . . .330 Hart, Toni ... ..,..,. . .38 Hartin, H. Glynn . . .330, 101 Hartley, Brenda ....... 330 Harvey, Bennett ....... 330 Harvey, Ellen ,... .... 3 30 Harvey, Grace .... .... 3 30 Harvey, Linda .... .... 3 30 Harwell, Herman ....... 330 Harwell, Linda .,,..... 330 Hashemi, Parvil ........ 330 nplltrg, Jerrold . . .330 Haston, Jackie Steve .330, 47 Hasse Hatclr, Johtr .......... 330 Hatcher, Charles .... 290, 69 Hatli-y, Gary W. ...,... 290 Haun, Cynthia ...., 330, 114 Havrrrkorn, David ...... 330 Havr-rkorn, James ...... 330 77, 78, 84 lr-lentlrix, Sharon ..,,... 330 Henley, Michael ....... 330 Hennig, Don .... 330, 77,81 Henning, Thomas . .290, 107 Henning, Vllilliam .... 330,84 Henricks, James N. Ill . . .290 Henry, Barb ..,....... 330 Q Henry, Bobby c. .,263, 81 Henry, James ...... 337, 52 Henry, Terrence . Hensel, Bonnie ,. Hensley, Charles A. ....337 ....337 ....337 Hensley, Jeff ..,....... 337 38, 39. Henson, Tom .... Herd, Carolynn ... Hernandez, John . . 114,118 .....209 ....337 .....337 Herrbold, Paul ...... ,. .337 Herring, Gloria .. . .....337 Herring, Lewis ......... 290 Herrington, Elizabeth 337, 97 0 Herrmann, Dr. Ulrich 0.263 117 Hesker, Bruce ...... 337,92 0 Hess, Zoe ........... 263 Hester, Mike .......... 337 Hetherington, R. F ...... 290 Heuszel, James ........ 337 Heying, Monty ..... Hickman, Cathi .... Hicks, Linda ...... 337,70 .337, 62 .337, 58 Hielscher, Lynda ....... 337 Higgins, Don W. . . Higgins, Sandra . . . Higgins, Tom . . . High, John M. ... Hight, Dianne ... ...337 ....337 ....290 ....337 ....337 Hodges, Cindy ......... 332 Hodges, Karen .,....... 332 Hoeckendorf, Richard332, 54 Hoel, Mike ........... 332 Hoferer, Gunter ....... 115 Hoff, Dixie ..,........ 332 Hoffman, Susan .... 332, 58 Hopkins, Janet .... 333, 123 0 Hopkins, Joseph D. . . .264 0 Hopkins, Dr. Kathryn .264 123 Hoppe, Roger ...... 290, 66 Hopper, Sherry ........ 333 Horak, Robert .,.. .... 3 33 N s 3-. : - 'X . . ' , A Q . u- 4. --1 ...ana -,,.ns Johnson, Larry . 0Hord, Leveta . . . . . .264 Horn, Michael ......... 333 Hornick, Jimmy ....... 290 Horsley, Suzanne . .290, Horsley, T. R. ....... . Horst, Terri ....... 290, Horst, William ........ Horstmann, Katherine.. Horton, Jackie ....... Horton, Whatley ...... Hoskins, Berry ....... Hoskins, John ,..,.... 113,123,127, Hostetter, Frances. .333, Hotopp, Mark ....,... Houp, William ........ Householder, Glenn . . . 131 .333 105 .290 .290 .333 .368 . .84 .290 128 116 .333 .333 333 Ihfe, Janet . .. Imber, Karen .,.. Imes, Kenneth . .. lmwalle, Martin ........ 297 Inge, Randy ..,. Ingram Ingram, Ingram, Ingram, Ingram, Ingram, r ....333 ...,297 ....333 ....333 Carol ... ....333 Charles ........ 333 Doug ....209 Fredi ......... 333 Herb ....,. 333, 130 James ..,...... 333 Ingram, Willie ....,.... 334 Innes, Laurie ....... 334, 60 INSTITUTE OF .......335 .......292 117,132 .......335 .......206 e .,.... 335 ....335, 91 n, Dr. G. L. .... 264 .....335, 82 James ........ 292 Johnson, Dennis Johnson, Donald Johnson, Donna Johnson, Doug . Johnson, Everett Johnson, Gene . 0 Johnso Johnson, James Johnson, Johnson, Jerry Johnson Joanne 1 .....335, 57 .......335 98,118 .......335 Johnson, John . . Johnsn, John ..... 335, 138 Johnson, Karen . Housewright, David ..... 333 Hovend Rita .......... 333 Howard, Dave ...... 333, 50 Howard, Steve A. ...... 333 Howard, Steven ........ 333 Howard, William ....... 290 106, 126 Howell, Daniel .... 291, 105 Howell, Gary . . ........333 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS ......... 113 INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL ............ 114 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL ............. 45 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CLUB ..... 115 .......335 .......335 Johnson, Lonnie .... 292, 82 Karr, Russell ...... ....336 0 Karracker, W. Jacob . . .264 Karus, Deborah .... Kasper, Wesley .... Kaster, William .... 0Kautman, Sondra oKay, Barbara W. .. Keating, Jerome . . . Keel, Carol ..... 122, 246 ....336 ....292 111,138 .336, 83 ....264 ...264 ....336 ...292 Keel, Louvenia ...... .. .336 Keel, Raymond . . Keen, James .... ....336 Kenan, Cassie .,...... 336 0KeiIstrup, Duane oKeim, Dr. S. T .... 121 ...... Howrey, Patrick .......333 Howsley, Michael ...... 112 Hoyle, Larry .......... 297 Hrncir, Donald ........ 297 108, Ireland, Sue livin, Charles lsaccs, Don ...... . Isbell, B ob . ,... 334, Isbell, Karen . . ..334 . . .334 . . .334 49, 221 . . .334 o Huang, Dr. Tsang ..... 264 Hubbard, John ........ 333 Hubbard, Myriam ...... 297 59, 126, 176 Huber, Charles ..... 333,41 lsom, Rodger ... ....334 0Lacy, Weldon . . . Huckabee, Danny ...... 333 Bobby ......... 335 oHuddleston, Clovis .Q . . .264 Huddleston, Mike ...... 111 Hudnall, Paul .. Hudson, John . . . . .248 Hudson, Lowell ......... 83 Hudson, Nellie ......... 95 Huebner, Mary . .333, 63, 66 0 Huebner, Richard ..... 264 Huens, Richard ........ 297 . . .333 Ivy, George ... ....334 J Jackman, Brenda . . . . .334 Jackson, David ..... 334, 49 Jackson, Donald ....... 334 Jackson, Jerry ......... 334 Jackson, Joria ..., . . .334 59,88,139,170, 171 Jackson, Mike ,..334, 50, 51 Jackson, Susan ........ 334 Huff, Linda ........... 333 La ma nce, David Huff, Susan ........ 333, 63 Huffaker, Greg ........ 333 Hufham, Tom ......... 333 Huggins, Charles .... 333, 50 0Huggins, Frank N. .... 264 Huggins, John ...... 333, 50 Huggins, Kay ....... 333,60 Hughes, Harold ........ 333 Hughes, Oscar M. Jr. .... 297 Hughes, Terrance . .333, 118 Huguley, Carl 297, 77, 78, 83 Huitt, Patti ........ 333,59 Jackson, Vicki ......... 334 Jackson, Wayne . .334, 77, 84 Jackson, William ...... 334 Jacob, Frank .... 0Jacob, Marion .. . Jacobs, David . . . Jacobs, Gary . . Jacobs, Jerry .... ....297 ....255 ....334 ....334 ......334 Jacobs, Robert ........ 334 Jacobs, William ..... 297,82 Jacobs, W. P. . . .... 334 Jahns, Patricia . . . James, Buddy . . . Huke, Jon ..... ...,. 1 10 Hulen, Robert .... .... 2 97 Hull, Guy ............ 297 Hultsman, Dennis ..... .333 Kinsey, Sharon James, Lyndon . . . Jameson, Terie . . . ....334 ....334 .....334 .....334 Jamieson, Scott ........ 334 January, Melvin . .. Jarrett, Mike ..... Jasheway, Lynne. . 0Jasper, Thurman .....106 .....334 .....335 .....264 Johnson, Johnson, Lorraine ..,.. 335 Morriss Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Nancy 'I .......335 .......292 .......292 26,130,162 .......335 Johnson, Patsye Johnson, Randy oJohnson, Robert M. . . .264 .......335 83 Johnson, Ronald ....... 335 79, 83 Johnson, Sharon ....... 292 Johnson, Wayne ..... 79,84 Johnson, William ....... 335 Johnston, Carol . ...... 123 Johnston, Claude ,..... 335 Johnston, Linda ......, 335 Johnston, Michael ...... 335 111, 216 Joiner, Linda Kay ...... 335 Joiner, Richard ....... 335 Jones Anthony .... 335, 129 Jones, Jones, Charles . . Jones, Coy .... Jones, Jones, Emilie... Freda ... Jones, James . . . Jones, Jonne . . . Jones, Ju dy... Jones, Karen .......... 335 Jones, Larry . . . .. .... 335 .,..292 .......335 .......292 38, 64,103 .......335 ...335130 ......335 .......292 Keith, Eddie .... Keith, Ladelle . .. Keith, Tani .... Kellar, Bobby . .. Kelly, Keith ... Kelly, Larry .... Kelly, Mike .... Kelly, Ronnie ... Kelso, Larry .... ....265 . . . .243 . . . .336 ....336 . . . .292 .. . .336 . . . .336 .336, 92 ....336 . , . ,336 .336, 86 Kelton, George ........ 336 0Kemp, Edward . . . Kemp, Vivian ..... Kempff, Feico ..... 0KendaII, Dr. Lyle . ....265 ....336 ....336 ....265 ......336 Kennedy, Charles 0Kennedy, Dr. E. C ..... 264 Kennedy, James .... 336, 92 Kennedy, Phil .....,... 336 U Kennerly, Dr. Thomas E. Jr. 264 Kennington, Milas . .336, 209 Knox, James ..336,109,124 0 Knox, Dr. J. Wedell . .265 Knudsen, Paul ......... 337 Koch, Donna ...... 337,131 Koerner, Julie ..... 138 139 Koerth, Sandra ........ 337 Kohlhund, Karen . .337, 112 Kolar, Louie .......... 337 Koonsman, Ronald .293, 166 Koos, Allen ....... .... 8 2 Kornitsky, Sherry ...... 337 Korol, Tanya .......... 337 Kouns, Andrea ........ 337 Kowalewski, Larry ..... 337 Kraft, AI . ........ 337, 221 Krajca, Johnny ........ 293 Kraus, Deborah ..... 337, 65 Krebbs, Charles . .. . . . .169 Kreck, Harold .... .... 2 16 Kreiner, Thomas ....... 337 Kreupeling, Hans ....... 337 Kriegel, Lawrance ...... 293 Kristen, George ........ 206 Kubelka, Eugene ....... 337 Kuntz, Ann ...... .... 2 93 L LAB BAND ...... Lacefield, Larry . . Lackey, Jim ..... Lackey, Mike .... ....135 .....337 .. . .337 .337 . . . . .337 0 Lackman, Dr. Howard .276 Lackey, Sandra . . . Lacy, Steve ........... 337 .....265 Kent, Greg ........ 336,49 Kent, Robert .......... 336 Kerl, James ....... 292, 117 Ladd, Ronnie ...... 337,82 LaFerney, Virgil ..,.... 337 Laird, Stephen ........ 337 LaJudice, Ronald . . .337, 53 OK-err, Dr. Homer L. .. .264 Kersen, Anna Marie ..... 336 Kerth, Jay ............ 209 Kestler, Eddie . . . .336 Key, Dennis . . ...... 336 lKey, Miki ...,..... 336,59 Key, William ........... 82 0 Keyes, Major Billy G. . .265 Kildow, Randall .... 336,57 Killian, Michael ........ 336 Killough, Sarah ........ 292 Kilmer, Colin ... ..,.82 okmg, Albert s ........ 265 King, Betty ..... .....138 King, Dennis .......... 292 Lakes, Larry .......... 337 Lakey, Gary ..... .... 3 36 Lakota, Blanche ....... 338 Lam, Karen ........... 293 109, 116, 130 Lamar, David .... Lamb, Johnny .... .......338 ...,338 ...,338 Lambert, Charles ...... Lambert, Lana .....,. .338 .338 .......338 Lamond, John .......... 11 Lamp, Mike ........ 338,54 Lancaster, Carolyn . .338, 60 Lambright, Paul King, James C. ll ....... 293 Lancaster, Jack 293, 117, 132 Lance, Mike ......... .338 Land, Teresa ...... 338, 1 14 108, 120,121, 127 Jones, L. W. ..,....... 335 Jones, Michael . . .335, 77,83 Jones, Monty . . .335, 77,84 Jones, Nancy ,......... 335 Jones, Pat ............ 335 Jones, Patricia ......... 335 Jones, Richard ........ 292 81, 117, 118 Jones, Robert ......... 292 Jones, Sharon . .335, 59, 1,32 Jones, Sharon ......... 292 Humphries, Bill .... 333,214 Humphries, Robert ..... 333 112, 214 ......293 Hundt, James ...... 333,85 Jay,Larry ......... . . .335 Hunn, Lynda .......... 333 Jaynes, Jimmy A. ...... 335 0 Hunstable, Fred . .....253 Jeffery, Tommy ....... 335 Jenkins, Chris ...... Hunt, Steve ....... 111,124 Huntsinger, Larry ...... 297 773, 727 Huntsinger, Sharron Hurley, David ..... 333, ....333 108 Husband, Danny ....... 333 Hutchens, Larry ....... 333 Hutchinson, Charles .... 297 72, 77,83 Hutchison, Charles ..... 297 Hutchison, Don ........ 333 Hutson, Bruce . . .333, 45, 57 Hyde, Haven ....... 297, 65 Hyslop, Jennie ........ 333 297,49 Jones, Susan ... ...,335 Jones, Terry .......... 292 0Jordan, Gerald ....... 264 Jordan, Paula ..... 335, 110 Joyce, Pam ........ 335, 63 Joyce, Susan .......... 335 QJoyner, Howard ...... 264 Judd, James .... 336, 80, 84 King, Kathy .......... 336 King, Lyndon ... .... .336 King, Phil ............ 336 King, Robert ........,. 107 0 Kinnebrew, Mary Ann .265 Kinney, Gordon Kirbie, Ken ..... Kirby, Kirby, Jerry .. Robert . . . .......336 49, 221 336, 163 ......336 ...336,66 Kirby, Suzzanne ....... 293 Kirby, Walter . . . . . . .293 ....336 Kirk, Donald .... Juricek, Michael ....... 336 Justice, Jim . . .292, 105, 124 Justice, Suzanne K .......169 Kirk, Shirley ... Kirk, Steve ..... ....336 ....293 Kirkland, Tim ......... 293 Kirkpatrick, Carol ...... 336 Kirkpatrick, Jeff ....... 336 ....336 Jenkins, Janet ......... 335 Jenkins, Jon .......... 102 Jenkins, Larry ...... 335, 85 Jenkins, Linda ......... 335 Jenkins, Steven ........ 335 Jennings, Jerry ........ 335 Jeter, Bennie ....... 292,52 Jeter, David ........... 335 0 Jett, Dr. Alvin ....... 264 Jeys, Roy ............ 118 oJiles, Dr. C. W. ...264, 128 Jimenez, Jose ..... 335, 113 Jodon, Bill .,... 292, 45, 50 Johansen, Robert Dan . . .335 83 Johnson, Benny ....... 335 Johnson, David ........ 221 Kaemper, Ko ....... 336, 65 Kalan, Tommy ..... 336,49 Kaler, Mike .... ..... 3 36 Kam, Tommy ...... 336,85 Kamerud, Jerry .... 292, 132 KAPPA ALPHA ........ 52 KAPPA KAPPA PSI .... 129 KAPPA SIGMA ......... 54 Kirkpatrick, Sharon Kisinger, George .336, 81, 85 Kithas, George ......... 85 Kittrell, Linda ......... 336 Klenzendorf, R. B. . . .78, 82 Klepper, Steve ...... 336, 52 Kline, Mike .... ...... 1 83 Klutz, Stephen ......... 82 Knowles, Brenda . . .336, 132 Knowles, Linda ..... 336,62 0 Landman, Dr. Sidney . .265 Landrith, Kris ..... Landry, Earl .,. Lane, Bobby .. . 338, 117 .....293 ....206 Lanford, David ........ 338 Lang, Richard ...... 338, 54 Langford, Alton ....... 338 Langford, D. E. . .. .293, 113 Langley, Grady ........ 338 111, 113 Langston, Billy ........ 338 Langston, Evelyn ...... 338 Lanier, Charles ........ 338 Laningham, Sammy .... 338 Lara, Lydia ........... 338 Lasater, Dwayne ....... 338 0 Lassen, Lloyd L. ..... 265 Latham, Janice ..... 338,63 Latham, Rusty ........ 215 Latham, Zane ...... 338, 91 Latour, Kathy ...... . .338 o Lausky, Ida . . ,...265 LAW CLUB ........... 116 0 Lawley, William ...... 265 ' Lawrence, Dr. Kent . . .265 ' Laws, Lynn ......... 265 Lawson, Janice ........ 338 Lawton, George .... 338, 66 " ' lFF'ZP"7"' "fl mu' ' V r 'mfr 'W .jggf-, DH-W., 324 l, . fi-32+ 'vymf-1 ' .. 9.79 ' 7, ,W 3239? WW! 4 E 5 l.oveless, Robert . Loven, Jan . . . . , 340, 132 293, 135 Loving, Lloyd ......... 293 Lowe, Jerry Paul . Lowrie, Doris . . . Loyd, Greg ..... Lozano, Edward . 0 Lucas, William . . . .340, 54 .....340 .....340 ......340 ......265 Luck, Sue ......... 340, 59 Luckett, Jerry ......... 340 Ludington, Greg . . .340, 209 Luft, Keith .,......... 340 49, 182, 187 Luis, Arthur ll ..... 340, 54 Luke, Robert ... Lurnpkin,James . Lunday, Jayne .. 0Lunday, R. H. . Lundgren, Judy . . Lundin, Chuck .. Lutz, Stephen . . . Lyell, Mike ..... Lynch, Carolyn . . Lynch, Danny ... Lynch, Jack . . Lynch, John Lynch , Rosie .... Lynch, Sheila . ... ......340 ....293 . .340, 138 . .265, 123 . . . . . .340 340, 135 .293, 69 ....340 116,130 ....340 ...,293 ....340 ....340 ..347, 59 Lynn, Robert .. .347, 81, 86 Lynn, Sharon K. ....... 347 Ma, Allen ..... ....139 Maben, Martha ........ 293 Maben, Marti ,...... 293,64 Mabry, Frank, Jr. . .293, 138 Lawton, Sylvia ,.... 293, 64 Lawton, T. E. .....,. 78, 82 Lay, Jackie . . . .... .338 Leal, Larry ........... 338 . 293 Leavell, Hayden ...... 77, 79,84 ......339 Locke Mary .... ..... 3 39 Ledwin, Donna ........ 338 Lee, Eulinda .. Lee, Hosea J. . . Lee, Marvin . .. Lee, Raymond .....338 .....338 .....338 ,.......338 Lee, Richard .......... 338 Lee, Sally Ann .293, 64, 122 LeFan, Melody .,...... 293 Lefler, Joy ..... ..... 3 38 - - ' ' ' - -38 iviaiane, Gene .-.,294, 49 Leftwich, Linda Leger, Rodger . . . .......338 .....338 Leggett, Larry ..,...... 338 .256, 145 Leith, Jim ............ 338 Lemley, John ....,.... 338 Lemond, John . . .338, 45, 47 0Leister, Ernest . . . . . . . . .85 Lepenski, John W ...... Leonard, Marshall .338 ......293 Leptic, Rickie ......... 338 Lervine, James ........ 338 LES CHOISIES . .. . . . .63 Levens, Jack ..... .... 8 6 Lepenski, Virginia Levermore, James McBurney, Mallon ....... 85 Levins, James ......... 338 Levy, David , .. Lewis, Dewey . . . . . . .338 . ..... 209 Lewis, Emmett ........ 338 Q Lewis, John . .. ,... .265 Lewis, Judy . . . .... 333 Lewis, Larry .......... 293 45, 57,113,128 Lewis, Rex ........... 338 Lilmotte, Kristy ....... oLichenwalter, Ray ... Lide, Linda ...... Limroth, Tom . .. Linder, BJ. .. Lindsay, Phil ,... Lindsey, Gary ... Lindsey, Roger ... . .338 .339 .26 5 .339 3339 .293 U Litsey Weldon ....... 265 0 Littlefield, Dr. R. L .... 265 LITTLE THEATRE .... 140 Litton, Lauran ........ 293 112, 132, 164 Littwin, Dennis ,... 339,108 Livesay, Don .....,. 339,92 Livingston, James Livingston, J. David Llewellyn, Robin ......293 ....339 Lloyd, James Richard . . .339 Lobb, Glen David .... . .293 Lockard, Melissa ....... 339 Locke, John .......... 339 Locke, Wayne ......... 118 Locker, Brenda ..... 339, 59 Lockhart, Eric ......... 339 Lockwood, Don ....... 339 Lockwood, Gwendolyn . .138 Lockwood, Wendy . . . . 339 Loehr, Charles ......... 339 Loftis, John ....... 339,69 Loftis, Phyllis ..... 339, 110 Logan, Tom .......... 206 Logan, William ........ 293 Loiry, Jane ..... 293, 58, 59 ' Lokkem, Dr. Roy N. ..265 Lollar, Rex ........ 340, 54 London, Larry ...... . .340 Long, Bernard ......... 340 111, 117, 118 Long, Linda ....... 293,63 Long, Ronald . . .... 293 Long, Susan . . . Log, Troy ..... Longbridge, John ....340 ......111 ......340 Loock, Vicki ....... 340, 23 Looney, William ........ 82 Lopez, Joseph ...... 340, 92 LoPresti, Betsy ........ 340 LoPresti, Charles 293, 117 Lorimer, Andy . 340, 209 Loughridge, Johnny .... 340 Love, Betty ..... ..... 3 40 Lovelace, Janis . .. ....138 Lovelace, Venita .... 340 MacConnell, Terence .... 347 MacDonald, Linda ...... 347 59, 129, 136 MacDowell, Pamela ..... 347 Mace, Robert, Jr. ...... 347 Mace, Sandra . . . Mach, Bill ....... ....347 ....347 Macias, Yvonne ........ 347 MacLaughlin, Guy ...... 294 Macsisat, Stephen ...... 347 Madden, John ......... 347 49 88, 221 Maddox, Cindy ......... 34 Maddox, Debbie . .. .347, 65 Marquardt, Gustau ..... 294 0 Marquis, R. J ..... .265, 732 Mars, James... . . .294 Mars, Jerry ........... 294 lVlars, Sharon ...... 294, 130 0Marshall, Dr. C. VV ..... 265 Marshall, Carl ......... 347 Marshall, James ........ 341 Marshall, Jim .... ..... 3 47 Marshall, Lynn ........ 341 Marshall, Roberta . .294, 132 Marshall, William E. Jr. .347 Marslett, David ........ 347 Martin, A. C ..... ..... 2 94 Martin Bruce ......... 347 Martin, Carolyn ........ 347 Martin Chuck . .. .... .347 Martin Darwin ......... 84 Martin David ......... 347 Martin 1 Diane .... 44, 48, 63 Martin Michael ........ 294 113, 127, 128 Martin Mildred ........ 347 Martin Roger .... .342 Martin, Sam .. .... Martin, Sherry ........ Martin, Shirley ....... Martin ,Stephen ..77, 81, 85 Sunnye ..... 342 64 OMartin, William W. ... Martinez, Frank ...... Martinez, Pete ........ Martinez, Victoria ..... Marzonie, Francia ..... Martin 103. Mask, Kenneth ....... Mason, Jerri .... Mason, Rita. . . Massad, Nick .... Massengale, Mike. Massey, Howard . . Massey, Jerry . . . 0 Massey, Nolen .. MATH CLUB ........ 0 Matheny, W, C. Mathers, Philip ....... Mathews, Jerry C. Magedson, Paul . . ..... 347 Magers, Billie .... . . .347 Magoulas, George Mahan, Bill ..... o Mahan, Jack H. .....347 .....347 .....265 137, 325 Mahan, Jeri ..... ..... 3 47 59, 105, 150 Mahanay, Randal Mahaney, Janice . .....347 .....294 Mahoney, Dan . . .347, 79, 85 Mahoney, Deborah .....347 0Mahoney, James M. . . .265 Makarwich, Byron Malcolm, Martha . . Malin, Ann ..... .....347 ......41 .....347 Mallory, R. F. ..... 294,132 Mallot, Brett .... Malloy, Maureen . . Malone, Don .... .....214 .....347 .....347 Malone, Mike . . ..... 347 Malone, Wallace .... 347, 83 Malott, Brett .,..,. Maner, Doland . . . Mangrum, William .. Mann, Jimmy ..... Manrriquez, Nicholas Mantooth, Edmond . Manypenny, Virginia Mar, Larry ........ Marak, Sonny ..... March, Paul ....... MARCHING BAND Marcum, Jim ...... ....347 ...347 ....347 ....347 ...347 ....347 .....41 ....347 ....347 ....347 ....136 ....184 Mardis, Robbie ..... 294, 50 Marin John ........ 347,53 Markham, Marla ....... 122 0 Mathia, Herbert ..... Mathis, Beverly ....... Mathis, Diana ........ Mathis , Jerry ...... Mathis, Mathis, John .... .... Pat..... .. .342 .342 .34 2 .265 . .67 .342 .342 .342 123 .342 .342 .342 .342 .342 . .83 .183 .132 .117 .266 .294 . .85 266 .342 .342 .342, 90 .342 .138 Matlock, Robert ....... 342 . . . . . .342 Matthews, Frank ....... 342 Matthews, Dale . . Matthews, Jerry Maughan, Barry . .......342 , . ..... 342 Maxey, Rich .......... 342 Maxwell, Lester ........ 342 Maxwell, Robert .343, 45, 52 Maxwell, Ron .......... 84 May, Truman ......... 294 Mayfield, Lynda .... Mayhew, Brenda . . . Maynord, Steve ..... Mayo, Donald Jr. Mayo, James .... Mayo, Jimmy . . . Mays, Clay ... Mays, David .... Mays, James .... 343, 60 343, 138 343, 83 ......343 ......343 .343 .....343 .....343 .....,343 0 McAfee, Hugh D. .... McAfee, Ronald . McAlister, Velie . McBee, David . .. McBride, David . . McBride, Libby . . McBrinn, Derek. . 294, .266 1 28 ......343 ......343 294, 131 .343 ......128 McCall, Kenneth .343, 81, 86 McCall, Wayne ....... McCalla, Linda ....... 116, McCalman, David ..... McCarroll, John ...... .343 .294 122 .343 .343 McCartt y, Mary Jane . . .343 44, 59 McCarty, Bradford ..... 343 McCarty, James ..... 343,92 McCarty, Robert . McCaskill, Linda . McClean, Curtis . . McClellan, Jim .. ......343 ......138 ......138 .....294 38, 39, 92, 118 McClelland, John McClendon, Mark .......86 ......343 McCleskey, Robert .... .343 73, 77, 78, 85 McCIinton, Bill ..... 343,84 McClure, Sally ...... 343,63 McCombs, George McConnell, Cynthia 0 McConnell, Dr. John ....343 ....343 . .266 272 McConnell, Lester . .343, 209 McConnell, Robert . McCorkle, B. G. . .343 ....343 0McCormick, Dr. David W. . McCormick, Jan . McCormick, Monte McCown, Bobby . .. McCoy, Jim ...... 49 McCoy, Mary ..... McCoy, Mickey .... McCoy, Steve . . . 266 ....294 .....55 ....343 ....343 160,221 ....343 ....136 ....294 McCoy, Terry E. ...294, 154 0 McGrady, Dr. William E266 McCrary, Scott . . ....343 McCrary, T. F. ........ 343 McCreary, Terry . . 294, 111 McCreight, Rachel ...... 343 McCulley, Joe ........ .294 38, 39, 132 McCutcheon, Patricia . . .343 McDade, Jean ......... 343 McDaniel, Gregory .294, 117 McDaniel, Robert ...... 343 McDaniel, Tona ........ 343 McDonald, Carolyn ..... 343 McDonald David ,..... 343 McDonald Linda ...86 129 McDonald, Richard ..... 343 McDougald, Kaye . .343, 138 0McDowell, Dean Charles .. 254 McEntire, Jerry . . . . . . .343 McEowen, Glenn ....... 343 McFadden, Robert ..... 343 McFarland, Don ....... 343 McFarland, Gail ....... 343 McFarlin, June ........ 343 McGee, James Fred ..... 343 McGill, Jerry ....... 343,55 McGlasson, Lee ....... McGlynn, Kevin ...... McGowan, Edward .... McGregor, Thomas .... .343 .343 .344 .344 McGuire, Larry ........ 344 McGuire, Pat .......... 344 27, 64, 138 Mclntosh, Charles ...... 344 Mc Keage, James ...... 344 McKee, Bruce ......... 344 McKee, Larry ..... 344, 112 McKenney, Tommy .... 344 McKennon, Phillip .344, 128 McKenzie, Roy .... 294,113 McKinney, Bryan ...... 294 McKinney, Glen .... 344, 84 McKinney, Henry, Jr. ..... . McKinney, McKinney 1 Teddy ....... 97 William ..... 344 McKnight, Jim ........ 2.94 McLaughlin, Jerry ...... 181 344 McLaughlin, Larry McLean, Carrie ........ 344 McLean, Curtis ........ 344 McLeland, Mike .... 344,79 McLendon, Mary ....... 344 294 Mc Lerran, Linda ....... 344 McMahon, Buddy . .. .38, 39 45, 55 McMakin, Janice .,..... 344 McMichael, John ....... 344 McMiIIin, Gail ... ....344 McMinn, Lynda ........ 344 McMurrough, Pat ......344 McNatt, Suzanna ....... 344 38, 44, 60 McNeill, Charles ....... 344 McNellie, Johnnie ......344 138,139 0 McNulty, Dr. C. C ..... 266 0McNutt, John D. ..... 266 McPherson, Don ....... 344 McRight, William ..344, 123 McSpaden, Larry .... 294, 47 McVean, Michael ....... 344 McVean, Morris ........ 345 McWilliams, Joyce ...... 345 .348, 51 .......345 Mehaffey, W. R. McWiliams, Judy ...... 294 0 Meacham, Dr. William R. ,. McOuinn, Ron ........ 266 0 Mead, Wesley E. Meade, John ....... ......266 345,55 Meadlin, Gail .......... 345 Meadows, Grady ....... 345 Mecay, William ........ 345 Mecewitz, Shelby ......345 Mecklin, James ........ 345 Medina, David ... ....345 Medlin, Donna .. .... 360 Meeks, Frances , . .... 345 Mees, Dennis .......... 345 Melanson, Clayton ..... 345 Melear, Linda . . . .... .345 Mencke, Dian ... .122 Mendez, Lou .,........ 345 Mendoza, RuFino ...... 345 Mercado, Charles ...... Merkley, Donald . . .294 Merritt, Joe .......... .345 105 .345 Merritt, Ron .. ...... 345 Metts, Marilyn ..... 345, 116 Meyer, Bruce .......... 294 94, 98, 118, 166 Meyer, Claudia .294, 94 Meyer, Kathy ..,... 345, 59 ,118 Meyer, Robert ......... 112 Meyers, Earl ...... 345, 124 Meza, Louis ............ 83 Michels, Victor .... 138 139 Mickel, Beverly .... 345, 100 Middleton, Douglas .294 112 Miffleton, Neldon . . 1v1im11S,c1nav ..... 34 5 34 5 Milburn, Judy ........ 345 Miles, Cathy ...... 345, 110 Miles, Larry. .. .,... .294 Milke, Laura .... .... 3 45 Milkie, William ....... 345 Miller, Bobby ........ 345 Miller, David ..345, 128 184 Miller, Douglas .... Miller, Frances .... Miller, Gaylen ..... Miller, Janelle ..... Miller, Judy . . .345, Miller, Julia ....... Miller, Kay ....... Miller, Kenneth .... 345 Miller, Robert .346, Miller, Ron ...... Miller, Wanda .... 0Miller, William O. Millirew, Carol ... Mills, Diane .... Mills, George ..,.. Mills, Jerry ....... Mills, Larry ... Mills, Richard .. 129,166 .....346 ...,.294 ..,..266 ....346 .....346 ....294 294, 132 .......346 ...,.346 Milson, Thomas .....,.. 294 113,128 Minchew, Dewain 346, 81, 86 Mindrup, David ........ 294 Miner, Paula .......... 346 64, 138, 139 Miner, Terre .......... 346 64, 138, 139 0 Minor, Larry ........ 252 Minter, Larry . .346, 66, 117 0Minter, Norman ...... 257 lVlinyard, Bill .......... 346 Misrany, George ....... 110 0Mitchell, Dr. A. Richard... 266,116 Mitchell,B1lly ......... 185 Mitchell, Clayton ...... 346 Mitchell, Dwight .... 346,66 Mitchell, Linda ........ 346 .345, 63 ...,345 ....345 102,117 ....345 .,..345 ....345 Mitchell, Lloyd ... Mitchell, Maria ... 0Mitchell, Dr. Roger Mize, D' IBDE ...... Mobley, Jimmy . .. Modgling, Gary . .. 0Mohn, N. C. . ,266 Meier, Dr. France A. Meier, Melanie ...... 345,64 0 Meine, Paul ..... 266, 107 Meinke, Susan . .294, 65, 126 Meiser, Barbara ........ 345 Meiser, John .......... 345 Miller, Lee ...... ..... 3 46 Miller, Linda .... ..... 3 46 Miller, Mary . . ..... 346 Miller, Mike ........... 102 Miller, Peqgv ..... . .346, 60 Miller, Richard ........ 346 7 ,,.. . ' 2 W, .tt 'Wai --'- .r:.,' vw Q 1'-15 -s f 4 famine" , ' ff W4 ' . ,. , ,.,, ig .fart .1 Neiswander, Jaci ...... :rl 1 1 1 it .1 E ,1- 11:14 1,551 1. E Mokavez, Det . . Molina, Morels ... .....346 .....294 W. .266 .....346 ....346 ....346 ...,266 ....115 ....135 Monroe, John ......... 346 34 7 Morris, Karen ......... Morris, Larry .......... 34 7 0 Morris, Margaret F. . . .266 Morris, Tim ....... 347 100 Morrison, Don ......... 206 Morrison, John .. ...,... 347 Morrison, Kenneth ..... 347 Morrison Larry ,....... 347 Morrison Mike ........ 347 Morrison Ray ,........ 347 Morrison Ronald ...... 295 51, 106 Morrow, James, Jr. ..... 347 76, 79 Morrow, John ...... 347, 80 Mortimer, Richard ..... 295 Morton, Larry .,....... 347 Moscone, Edwin ....... 347 Moseley, Kerry ..,..... 347 51, 66, 157 Moseley, Mike ......... 347 Moseley, Thomas ...... 347 Moser, Jana ........... 347 Moses, Dale ........... 110 Mosher, Bill ......,. 347,47 Mosley, Edward Moss, Ray Gene OMouk, Bill .......... 266 Mozisek, Michael .... 347,82 Muetzenberg, Gary . . .77, 82 Mulcahy, Carl ......,.. 347 0 Mutchison, Dr. John T. 266 Murphree, Glenn ,..,,.. 295 Murphy, Larry ........ 347 Murphy, Rihard ..,..... 295 Murphy, R. Patrick ..... 347 Murphy, Teresa ........ 347 Murtagh, Frank ..... 347,55 Musselwhite, Jimmie .... 347 Myers, Christine ....... 347 ,......347 ...347,105 Newsom, Gary . . . Newsom, Tom .... Newton, Paul ,... ...55 .....110 .-.,348 Newton, Robert .. .295, 129 Newton, Wade ......... 295 Nguyen, Van ,.... .....348 50, 65, 123 Nicholas, Gail .... Nichols, Charles . . .....348 .....348 91,328 Nichols, Stuart ......... 38 Nichols, Stuart ........ 348 Nicholson, Luana . . .348, 65 Nichter Eddy ......... 348 Naizkois, Fred .... Nisbet, Ross ..... Nix, Chris .... . . Nixon, John ...... Noble, Gary ...... Nolan, Ronal ...... Nolen, Larry ...... Norman, Frank ..., ....348 Nickell, Royce .... Nickels, Ronald .... .348, 105 Niederer, Jan ...... Nimerick, Gerald . .. ...,348 ....138 ...348 107, 167 .296, 105 .348, 53 . . . .348 138, 139 348,93 ,...348 ...,348 Norman, Peggy .... 296, 163 Norman, Randy ... Montgomery, Barry . .346, 86 Montgomery, Jeannie . . .129 Montgomery, Merry .346, 65 Montgomery, Wanda .... 295 Monzingo, Jeanette ..... 346 Monzingo, William ..... 346 oMoody, Lillie ,,,,,,,, 301 Moon, Michael .346, 77, 85 Myers, Dewey ......... 347 Myers, Gloria ...... 347,65 Myers, Robert ......... 295 Norris, Johnny ........ 348 Norris, Larry ....... 348, 82 Norris, Lyle ........ 348,85 Norris, Mark .296, 108, 121 Norris, Patricia ........ 348 North, Bill ........ 348,209 North, Ted ......., 296, 82 Northcutt, Susan .... . 348 Norton, Dinah ...... 348,60 Norton, John ....... 78,82 Norton, Tom .......... 348 Norwood, Richard . 339, 54 181, 183, 184 Nowell, J. C. .348, 45, 46, 50 0Myklestad, Dr. Nils ...266 Nowell, Mickey ,... .... 3 48 Nutt, Sandra ...,...... 348 Nye, James . . ....296 Mooney, Boyd ........ 346 Moore, Allan . . . Moore, Ann .... ,...295 .....346 Moore, Cordell ..... 346, 57 Moore, David ...... 346, 50 O Moore, Doug ..,..... 235 Moore, Gary ....... 346, 55 Moore, Jackie . . ..... 346 Moore, Judy ... . . . .295 Moore, Morris ......... 346 Moore, Raymond . . .346, 50 Moore, Robert ........ 346 Moore, Ronnie . . . . . . .295 Moores, Eula ..... Moragas, Sherry ....346 ,......346 Morawski, Frank ..... . .55 Morelan, Beth ...... 346,62 N Nagy, Arthur . . . Nance, Jerry . . .34 7 ........295 Narunsky, Morris ...... 295 105, 111 NATIONAL STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION ........ 123 Nay, James ........ 348,84 Neal, Susan .........., 348 0 Nedderman, Dr. Wendall . . 243, 244, 108, 122, 138 Neel, James ........... 348 Neeley, Jane ..,.... 348, 62 O Oakes, Larry ...... 196, 197 201, 198, 199 Oates, Roy ........... 348 Oblak, John ........., 348 O'Brien, Michael ....... 348 O'Day, Don ........ 348,55 Odiorne, Raymond L .... 348 . 266 0Odom, Dr. L. Wayne O'Dwyer. Cathy ...... .348 98, 118 Morey, Pat ........ 346,63 Morgan, Alan . . Morgan, Dennis ........ 346 Morgan, Harriet ,.... 295, 59 Morgan, Linda ......... 346 Moriarty, Linda .... 346, 123 Morosco, John ..... 346, 57 Morosky, Linda .... 346, 110 Morosky, Walter .295, 76,78 ....346 Morrell, Jayne ....,. 346,64 -Morrill, Jane .......... 346 Morris, Barbara ........ 346 62, 316, 334 Morris, Billy ..346, 138, 139 Morris, Dennis ......... 346 0 Negyessy, Dr. Arpad . Neidenbach, Gary Neiswender, Larry ..... Nelms, Bonnie ........ Nelms, Kathy ........ Nelson, John . .. Nelson, Karen ........ Nelson, Sheilah ,...... .266 .295 .348 . .84 .348 295 ,348 .348 .348 0 Nelson, Dr. Wallace ...266 68, 245 Nerrius, Anita ......... 105 Nesbit, Rick ...... 209 212 Nesbitt, Hal ........... 295 Nevison, David . . . .. .348 Nevius, Anita .... . . .295 Newberry, Doris ....... 348 Newby, Frank .... . . ,295 Ogawa, Carole ......... 348 Oglesby, Mayling .. .. .348 Ohlweiler, David .,... .348 Oldham, Kathy ........ 348 Oliphant, David ..... 349, 82 Oliver, Larry ..... 296, 11'i Oliver, Luther .... 296 113 Oliver, Michael ........ 349 Ommidvarpour, Kamran .296 'O'Neal, Dr. Cothburn M. .. 266 O Neal, John ...... ..... 8 6 O'Neal, Terry ..... .296, 51 Opella, James ..... .... 3 49 O'Rear. Roger ..... .349, 57 Oringderff, David .... 78,82 Ortman, Chris ...... , . .349 Osborne, Jerry .... 349, 116 Osborne, Lynn ........ 349 r 77, 78, 83 Morris, Duane ..... 295, 105 0 Morris, Francine ..,... 266 Morris, Gary .......... 295 oMorris, Gerald L. ..... 266 Morris, Jerry .......... 346 Morris, Judy ..... .... 1 10 Newman, Barbara ...... 348 Newman, Barbara ...... 348 NEWMAN CLUB Newman, Lewis ........ 162 Newman, Ronnie Newquist, Keith . . .348, 123 Nevvquist, Kraig . . .348, 123 ......103 ......348 Ona, Bob ........ 101,110 Otts, Paul ............ 349 Overton, Phillip ..,..... 349 Overton, Robert ....... 349 186, 57 Ovrick, Linda . 296, 63,97 Ovrick, Nancy ...... 349,63 Pate, Samuel L ......... 296 ' PBYFY, Jane L ---.--.. 255 Owen, Fred . 349, 77, 78,84 Owen, Stephen E. ,..... 349 Petrelli, Lynn ...... 296, 65 Owens, Brad ,... .,.. 3 49 Owens, Cecilia ......... 349 Owens, Donnave .,..... 349 Owens, Mary Joan . 296, 131 Owens, Mike .......... 349 Owens, Pam .......... 349 'Owens, Dr. Rosemary .266 Owens, Warren ...,.... 296 Ozborn, Bill H. .... 296,105 Patridge, Troy ......... 183 Patterson, Daniel ....... 350 Patterson, James ....,.. 296 Patterson, Kenneth ..... 350 Patterson, Linda ....... 350 0 Patterson, Robert A. . .266 Patterson, Shirley ....., 350 Patterson, Stephen L. . . .350 Paty, John ............ 357 Paxton, Orsen ......... 357 Payne, Arla Jo 296, 129, 132 P Payne, James .......... 357 Payne, John .. Payne, John . . ...357 . ..... 357 Pace, Charles . . . Pace, Christine . Pace, Melvylin . . 0 Page, E. C. ... Page, William G. Pakan, Phyllis .. ....349 ....349 ....349 .......266 ....349,84 .......349 Payne, Karen ....... 357,63 Payne, Lauran ...... 357, 59 Payne, Melody ........ 357 0Paysinger, Marian W. . .266 Penden, Ronald D. . .357, 51 Pearce, James . . . . . . .357 Perry, Stan ........ 357, 49 Perryman, Bill ....,.... 116 0Perryman, Dr. John K. .267 Peteet, Joanne ......... 116 Peters, Charles ..... 357, 117 Peters, Harvey ......,.. 357 Peterson, David ........ 357 67,117,132 Peterson, Susie ........ 296 Petit, Margaret .....357,61 Pettigrew, Allan ...... 296 Pettus, Bill .... Petty, Peggy . . . ....357 ...,357 Petty, Sue ............ 357 Phelps, Russ ....... 357,82 PHI GAMMA DE LTA .... 56 PHI KAPPA THETA .... 130 Phillips, Daniel G. ...... 357 Phillips, Karen. . . ...296 Powell, Janet ..... 0 Powell, Dr. J. Dan .....352 ...,267 274 Powell,Mike ...101 Powell, William . ...296 Powell, William P. ...... 352 83, 45 Powers, Gene . . Prado, Jose .... Prange, Bobby . . .....352 .....135 ....296 0 Prasek, Eugene . . .250 Prasieka, John .... . . .352 Pratt, Lloyd ... . . .112 Pratt, Rick .... .... 2 96 Pratt, Wayne .......... 352 Ray, William L ...... 353, 82 Raybourn, Russell .. Rayfield, Sherra .... 297, 59 Reagan, Ann ....... 353,62 Reagan, David ......... 353 REBEL FLYING CLUB .119 REBEL HAM CLUB .... 122 REBEL ROUSERS ...... 41 Reber, Ronnie R. ...... 353 Rechel, Johnny ......... 19 0Redden, Clarence R. ..267 Redmond, Joe E. ...... 116 ...353 Redmond, Mary .....,. 353 Reed, Barbara ...... 353, 62 Reed, Becky ....... 353, 62 Pratt, W. L. ........... 296 Prehoditch, Kenneth352, 110 Preiss, Elwood . . .......247 Prescher, Michael ...... 352 PRESS CLUB . . Preston, Johnnie ...118 .......352 Prewitt, Audra L. .... 267 - s, Marc ........... 353 : i 5' f ' rg" . . ,, if 1' rf: 7 I 55 7 ,M fi is A Z? 52 5 at af gee!! 4 ' Y Z ll ii r im 'S ' ' J? Palmer, Aubra . .. Palmer, Ray ... Palmontl, Killis . x Illil is sim-1 Phillips, Ray .......... 357 Phillips, Robert V. ...... 84 Phillips, Teddy ........ 357 PHI MU ........ ..... 6 4 Phipps, Harry . . . ... .357 PHYSICS CLUB ....... 116 0Picher, B. L .... .... 2 67 Pickard, David . .. ....357 Pickels, David ......... 357 Pickens, Wendy ...., 357, 59 Pickett, Rob .......... 115 Pickle, Joe . .. Pierce, J. D ...,. Pierce, Linda . . . ....296 ......105 .......357 0Pierce, Melvin . . . 267, 109 Pgg,Kathy ........... 357 Pincus, Melvin Ja y ....... 85 0 Piner, Ouilda ........ 267 Pinkerton, Bill ........ .357 Pinson, David . . .... 357, 67 Pinson, Delmer . .,..... 774 Pipes, Cynthia . . .,..... 351 Pippin, John .......... 352 Price, Price, Ann .... 296, Price ,Cathye .......... 352 Price, Donna ...... Ann ............ 352 61,132 ...352 Price, Jan ............ 110 Price, Kenneth R. ..... 352 Price, Wayne ......... 352 PHkryL ent .... ........ 55 Prince, Richard .352, 55, 214 Reed,Buddy ...... ...106 Reed, David 297, 52, 53, 45 Reed, Deborah .... 353, 123 Reed, George Petty ..,.. 353 Reed, Leon ........... 353 0Reed, Nancy L. ..... 267 Reed, Roger .......... 353 Prince, Ronald . Pritchett, Jimmy Prochaska, Frank Proctor, Cherry . Prouty, Tommy .......247 ....55,127 ...352,57 .......110 ,,.....352 Provence, Sammie . .---. 357 Pryor, Tom ...,,. -352, 135 Ptacek, Fred . . . Ptacek, John . . . 352 352 Pullen, Thomas ...... -352 Pu mpel ly, Robert Puryear, Bob .. . Putnam, Randy ....... - ST REE1 . .. .349 ....296 .......349 Pancheco, Alfonso 349, 209 PANHELLENIC Pannell, Sharon . Panter, Jerry . . . Pardo, Terry .. . Part-ait, John .. . ........44 .......349 103,123 ......349 ....349 .......349 .......296 Pearcy, Johnny ... . .. Pearcy, Jalane . . Pechal, Johnnie . .296 .......357 Peck, Dennis .... ..... 3 57 Peden, Gary . . . . ..... 357 Pederson, Ann ......... 357 Pederson, Robert ,..... 357 Peery, David .. . Pegram, Bruce . . Parham, Ronald .... 296, 69 Park, Donald ....... 350, 67 Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker, Parker Parker Parker r 1 1 , Craig .......... 350 Dean .... 350, 79, 85 Fred ....... 350, 67 Homer ......... 350 I James H. ....... 296 J. W. ..,. .... 3 50 Patricia ..,..... 296 Patricia E, . .350, 123 Richard ........ 350 Richard L ....... 350 Stephen ........ 350 Parks, Barbara . . . . . . .350 Parnell, Linda ......... 350 55, 128 . ..... 357 .......357 Pehkonen, Elaine ...357, 61 Pelaseyed, Massud ...... 357 Pemberton, Stephen .... 357 Pendergrass, Ruth ...,.. 296 Pendleton, David ....... 727 Pendleton, Hal A. ...... 357 Pendleton, Jimmy ....., 357 Penn, Kathy ..357, 1 Penney, Lester E. . .. Pennington, Fred . . . Pennington, Wayne . . 03, 123 ...117 ...357 ....83 Pennock, Len ...... 351, 55 Pentecost, Chester A. ,, 296 Peoples, David ........ .357 Parrish, Larry . . .......350 Parsa, John Hooshang . . .296 Pflffi-00. Joann . . .......110 Parsons, Davis G., ll . . ...350 Parton, Linda . . Pascarlor, Mary . P.1slhal, Dayton . Paschal, Samuel . .......350 .......350 .....350 .......350 Pastusek, Francis ....... 350 Peoples, Larry ..... Perdue, Cecil . . . Perez, Sergio ....... 0Perkins, Ernest R. . Perkins, Van Ray ... .357, 82 ...35r ...351 266,80 351,53 Perricone, Maria . . .360, 123 Perricone, Marilyn ,..... 357 0 Perry, Bruce . . Perry, Doyal . . . .......266 . ..... 357 Pl SIGMA EPSILON ... Pitchford, Robert . . . .70 .352, 55 Pitman, Alden ...... 352,70 Pitney, Barbara Jean .352, 63 Plechus, Greg ......... 352 Pleiner, David ..,...... 352 Plunk, Benny E. .. .352, 112 0 Poage, Dr. Scott T ..... 267 Pocius, Barbara ........ 352 Pogue, Larry .......... 352 POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB ............... 118 Polk, B. J. ........... 352 Pollard, Antoinette ..... 352 Pollard, Karen ......... 352 64,136, 147,297 Pollard, Pamela ........ 352 Pontremole, Mike ...... 352 Pyburn, Dr. William Pyle, Pyle, Cary ......... Gerald ..... O .297 352 352 F,267 M.352 352 Quarles, Bill .. ...352, 70 Ouillin, Carla .... ...,. 3 52 Quinn, Jim ..... . . .352 R Rabroker, Mary ....... 352 Raffetto, Jeannette ..,.. 352 Rainone, Mike ......... 352 Rain 178, 95, 83, 301 Reed, Stanley C. ...297, 126 Reeder, Eddie ........ ' .353 Reeder, Keith ... ...,353 Reese, Gary ........... 354 R eese, Leonard . .......354 0 Reese, Major Mark T. Jr. .. 262 Reese, Richard ..... 354, 85 Reeves, Edward C. . .354, 55 Reeves, Pat .... ........40 Reeves, Vicki ......... 354 0 Reher, Dr. William C. ..267 Reichenstein, Juliana . . .354 Reid, Craig .... Reid, Douglas . . Reid, Michael E. Reid, Susan .... Reinwald, Ross . Remington, Pat . Renfro, Bryan . . Ressler, Victor . REVEILLE .... Rex, Jack ..... Reynolds, Elaine ..,....124 .......354 .......354 ....354 .......354 ........42 ....354,51 .......354 .....96 .......354 .......138 Reynolds, Monica Ellen .354 Rhea, Mary ......... . .297 Rhodes, Jerry ......... 354 Rick, Carlene ...... 297, 59 Rick, O. Alan .. ......297 0 Richards, Charles D. . . .267 Richards, Glenn .......107 Richards, Nancy ....... 354 Richardson, Donald .... 354 Richardson, Jackie . .354, 59 Richardson, Janet ...... 297 Richardson, Jim ...354, 112 Richardson, Marcus P .... 354 Richardson, Scott ...... 354 Richey, Cindy ......... 354 40, 59, 71, 88, 96, 118 0 Pool, Lois ........... 267 Poole, Bruce .296, 105, 127 Poore, Roger A. ....... 352 Pope, David ........... 352 Pope, Donna ... ....129 Pope, Linda ........... 352 Porter, Albert . . Posey, Randell 2 .......110 96,138,139 0 Postlehwaite, William . .267 Potter, Mike .. . Potter, Sammy . Pottinger, James Pottkotter, Ray. 0 Poulter, Virgil 347 .,..352 . .... 352 .......352 ......296 L. ..... 267 Raley, Robert .... . ..... 297 Ramey, Mary ......... 360 Ramey, Steve ..... 353, 110 Ramsey, Mike ..... 353, 108 Ramsey, Sylvia ........ 267 Ramsey, Sylvia ..... 62, 116 Randall, Dr. Clifford W .... Rankin, Gordon Rankin, Jerry . . Ranney, Linda . Ransom. Jon .. . Rapps, Elizabeth 106 ........17 .......353 ....297, 65 353. 214 .......353 0 Rascoe, Stephen ...... 276 Rashti, Jacob ......... 297 Raskin, Eloise ... Pouzar, Robert ..... 352, 83 Powell, Amy Diane .296, 105 Powell, Bill .,......... 296 Powell, Diane ......... 138 Powell, Dorothy . . .352, 131 Powell, Dorothy ....... 352 Powell, Ehmen ........ 296 Powell, Jack B. ....... .296 16, 117, 168 ....353 Rasor, Tom ........... 353 Raspante, Donny ...... 353 Ratcliff, Buzzy ........ 353 Rawe, Donald ......... 353 Ray, Halbert Sleeper ..... 83 Ray, Kahlayah ........ 353 Ray, Marsha .......... 353 Ray, Roger .... .... 3 53 Ray, Vicki . .. ...,353 Richey, Mickey ........ 354 Riel, Gerald Thomas ..... 83 Riggal, Beverly ..... 354,65 Riley, Ken ........ 181,183 Riley, Kim ........... 354 Riley, Sharron ......... 354 Rinewalt, James .. .297128 Riordan, Margaret ...... 354 Risner, Linley ...354, 78, 82 Ritchey, Donald E. ..... 354 Rittenberry, David ..... 354 Rittiman, Dana . .354, 67, 41 Ritz, Gwendolyn ....... 354 Rives, Denney ......... 216 Riza, Kenneth W. ...... 297 0Roark, Bill ... 107,130 ....214 Roark, Gary . . . 354, 206 Robb, Billy .... ..77, 83 Robb, Susan . . . . . . .354 Robbins, Brian .... 354,209 Robbins, Claudia Robbins, Elaine. Robbins, James . .......354 .......138 .......354 Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Robbins, Rosemary ,.... 354 Roberson, Berry ....... 354 ,Cindy ..... 297, 65 , Diann ..,.. 297, 64 , James D ..... . .354 , Jerry ......... 354 , Richard .... 354, 84 Sanders, Jeff .... Robertson, James . . .297, 42 Robertson, Larry W. .354, 83 Robinson, Bonnie ...... 354 0 Robinson, Duncan .... 267 Robinson, Fred Jr. ..,.. 297 Robinson, Gary ........ 354 oRobinson, Henryette . .268 Robinson, Hilton ...... 354 Robinson, Inez ......,, 354 Robinson, Kathleen ....354 Robinson, Lynnell ..... 354 Robinson, Marcia ...... 354 Robinson, Patricia ...... 354 Robinson, Patricia ...... 297 Robinson, Richard Rush .297 139, 135, 168 Robison, Walt . .354, 49, 221 Roper, Jim ..... Roschis, Nell .... 0 Roscoe, Stephen 0 Shupee, George W.268, 132 Rockwood, Ronald . .354, 67 0 Rodgers, Dr. Glen .... 268 Rodgers, Lee .......... 354 Rodgers, Martha ....... 355 Rodgers, Ronnie .,.. 355, 85 O Rodnitzky, Dr. Jerome L. 268 Scott, Charley ...... 298, 57 Rodriquez, Don ....... 110 Rodrigues, Rafael ...... 135 Roe, Mike ........ Roe, Steve .... . . . Roeber, Tom . .. Rogers, Alvin . . . . . . .355 Rogers, Connie .... .297, 122 Rogers, Lee ....... Rogers, Don ..... .111,85 .297, 57 .....55 ...,355 ....209 Rogers, Linda Kaye ..... 355 Rogers, Lynn .... . . .355 Rogers, Mike .... ,.... 3 55 Rogers, Nancy ...... 355, 63 Rogers, Robert . . . . . .355 Roland, Jimmy ... ...355 Roland, Luessa . . . . . .355 Rollans, Dennis .. .... 55 Roper, David . . . . ..... 355 Roper, Gary ....... 355, 51 ,J . , , .fy A .138 .355 267 Rose, James Gary .297 Rose, Margaret . . .355 Rose, Renee ,... .355 Roseberry, Barbara .355 Roseland, Bert ........ 297 Rosell, Ken ,........... 98 Ross, Gwendolyn ...... 298 Ross, Jim ...... .... 3 55 Ross, John . . .... 355 Ross, Larry ..... .... 3 55 Ross, Michael . . . . . . .355 Ross, Roger ..... .355 Rosser, Clarence ....... 355 Rossi, Otto ..... . .86 ROTC ......... . .71 Rowan, Jerry . . . .355 Rowton, Beverly . .355 Royman, Jimmy . .356 Rubinson, Irving . .356 Rucker, Glenda . . .356 Rucker, Julie .... .102 0Rudowski, Edmund . . .268 Ruff, Richard ......... 356 Ruggiero, Rosanne .356 Ruhmann, William . .83 Ruiz, Robert .......... 356 Runnels, John . . . .356 Rupard, James A. .298 , 118 Rush, Margaret Dianne . .356 Rush, Tandye ......... 356 Rusnak, Sharon ........ 356 Russell, Doug .209, 210, 211 Russell, Eric ...... 356, 182 Russell, Julia .......... 356 Russell, Rusty .......... 18 0Russum, Isaac J. . .268, 269 Rutherford, Christine . . .356 139 Rutherford, Jim ....... 356 Rutland, Myra . . . .356 Rutledge, Larry . . .356 Rutledge, Lonna . .356 Rutledge, Phil . . . .356 0 Ryan, Anna G. . .268 Ryan, Michael . . . .356 S Saari, Brian ........... 356 Sabatucci, Cindy ....... 356 59, 75, 77, 85, 158 Schenk, Dorinda ..,.... 357 Schenk, Philip .... Scheppler, Karla . . .298, 129 .357, 113 Scheuerman, Mike ...... 357 138,139 Schick, Shara ...... 357, 65 Schierne, Sandi ...,357, 123 Sabine, Gomez ........ 298 Saddler, Paul .......... 298 Sadler, Dale ...... 77, 78,82 Saffarrans, Cynthia . .356, 61 Sailers, Retha ......... 356 Sakowski, Paul .... 298, 130 Sakowski, Peter .... 275, 132 Schmahlenberger, Rebecca . . 357 Schmalzried, Karla ..... 357 Schmitt, Cathy .... 357,114 Schneider, Tom .357, 49, 221 Schneider, Toni ..... 357,61 Schoenewolf, Curtis .... 357 0Salis, Dr. A. E. ...268, 138 Salmeron, Samuel Sampson, Timothy Samylenko, Nick. Sanchez, Joe .... Sanchez, Efrain . . ......298 77,84 .. . . .298 77,85 ......115 ......356 ......356 Sanders, Don ...... 356, 110 0Sanders, Marvin Sanderson, Connie Sandifer, Joseph . Sandifer, Robert . ......110 ......257 .....356 ......298 ......356 Schomerus, David ...... 357 Schomerus, Gay ....... 357 Schomerus, Sandra ..... 298 Schorer, Manfred . Schorn, Larry ........ . .298, 1 13 357 Schraeder, Jerry ....... 357 94, 118 Schroeder, Tristan . . .357, 41 Schuch, Janetta ........ 287 Schultz, Joy .......... 118 Schulz, Justin .... 41, 77,82 Schulze, Billy ..... 298, 108 Schwarz, Anne ........ 357 38, 39, 51 Sanford, Charles ....... 356 SAN SOUCI ..... ..... 6 5 Schwind, Marian . Scoggin, Judy . . . Scott, Scott, Bill .... Carolyn . . . ......357 .....357 .....107 ......357 Sard, Russell .... Sargent, Ken .... Sasser, Fred, Jr. . . Satcher, James . . Satterwhite, Billy ......357 ...298,67 ......298 .......8.'Z ......357 Saucedo, Felix .... 357, 117 Saulsberry, Huey ....... 357 Saunders, Bill . .357, 55, 214 Saunders, Buddy ....... 110 Saunders, Diana ....... 357 Saunders, Kip ...... 357, 53 Savage, Leslie . . Sawey, Robert .....357 ........357 Sawyer, Charles ..... 357, 49 0Saxe, Allan ...... 268, 117 Scaggs, Clarence . . .357, 356 Scanlan, Sue ....... 357, 63 Schattman, Paul ........ 95 Scott, Danny .......... 185 Scott, Horace . . . Scott, Jenna . . Scott, Mary ..... Scott, Michael . . . Scott, Sharon . . . Scott, Steve ..... Scott, William, Jr. Sealey, Robert . . .....357 .....357 ......132 ...357,55 ......357 ......357 ......357 ......357 Scheler, Pat .... .... 3 57 X W 1 t , . e w ,Q A, ., i 154 s .nazi Q 7 I ' twrwvl ,as Seate, Steve . . .357, 138, 139 Seath, D. D. ...... .... 1 05 Seay, Jody ..... .....357 Seay, Thomas ......... 298 Sechrist, Rhonda ....... 357 Seghers, Edwin, Jr. ..... 357 Seifollahi, Saeed ....... 357 Seilheimer, Don ..... 77,78 Self, Larry .... Self, Ronnie .... 84,117 ......357 .....357 Self, Sharon .......... 357 'Self, William B. ......268 Sellers, David ......... 298 Sellers, Jimmy . .. Senior, Jean .... .....357 .....357 Serna, Paulette ........ 357 Serrano, Mauro ........ 357 Service, James ......... 357 Sessions, Patricia ....... 357 Shelton, Jack ......... 358 Shelton, John ..... 195, 198 200, 201, 203 Shepard, David ........ 358 Shepard, Tom . . ,358, 46, 60 Sheppard, Jeff ......... 358 Sheppard, Rex ........ 358 Shepperd, Quin . .298, 76, 77 Sheridan, Jim ......... 181 Sherman, Thomas, Jr. . . .298 1 1 1 Sherrer, Donald ........ 358 Sherrill, Rosanne .... 358, 61 Sherrod, Jan ....... 358, 63 Shields, Douglas ....... 298 105, 130 Shilling, Lee G. ........ 268 Shimek, James S. ......358 Shipman, David ........ 103 Shipp, Stanley ......... 358 Shireman, Ronald .,.... 358 Shires, Carey . ....... 78, 83 SHORTHORN ... .....94 Shrode, .lim ........... 358 Shropshire, Tim .......14l Shuk, Mike .......... 209 Shuff, Gayle ..... Shuffield, Robert ...,358 ......298 Shults, Vanda .... ..... 3 58 Shumway, Patricia .....358 Sides, Karen .......... 358 Siebold, David ........, 358 Siefert, Ernie .......... 358 49, 83, 209 Sifford, Thomas ....... 298 SIGMA DELTA PI ..... 131 SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON ............ 132 SIGMA PI SIGMA ...... 132 SIGMA TAU DELTA . . .133 Sill, Thomas ..... .... 3 58 Sills, Garry .. .... 299 Simi, Warren ... ... .299 Simmons, Bob ......... 358 Simmons, Daniel ...... 358 Simmons, Marie .358, 65, 44 oSimms, Bobbie G. .... 268 YQ i sirnrt'iis'rrii at Sessom, Cole .... 358, 77, 82 Severance, Bob ........ 358 Severn, Robert ........ 358 0SeweIl, Ernestine P. . . .268 Sewell, Johnny ........ 358 Sexton, John .... 358, 76, 79 Shackelford, James ..... 298 45, 48 Shallcross, Paula .... 358, 62 Shamburger, Ken ...... 358 Sims, Jimmy ..... .... 3 58 Sims Kenneth .... .... 3 58 Sims, Kenward . . . . . . .358 Sims, Margaret ........ 358 Sims, Pam ......... 358, 34 Sims, Pamela ... ... .358 Sims, Peggy .... .... 3 58 Sims Randall .. .... 358 Sims, Sims, Richard .... .... 2 99 R.W..... ...,107 ...,358 Sinclair, Jimmy Sirois, Greg .... Sisk, Norman ......... 358 Siver, William ......... 358 Skaggs, Darrell . .358, 78, 82 Skelton, Joe . . Skidmore, Mike ........ 358 Skiles, David . . Skillman, Brent Skipper, David 72,76,78, 117,132,166 Skipwith, Rusty ....... 359 Slader, Lynn . . Shannon, Kathleen ..... 358 Sharp, Deborah ........ 358 Sharp, Joan ........... 299 Shaw, Dan R. ... .....358 Shaw, Dennis . . . .... .358 Shaw, Gary ........... 358 Shaw, Steven ...... 298, 164 ......358 Shawyer, Paul . . . Shea., Lt. Col. Eugene .... 74 . . . .358 299, 106 ........358 ........359 ........299 .359 Sladovnik, Betty ....... 359 Sladovnik, Billy ......., 299 Slaton, Bill ............ 38 0 Slaughter, Richard 268, 141 Slemp, Mary .......... 359 Sloan, Donald . .359, 97, 118 Slomski, James ........ 359 Slusser, Bill . .359, 38, 45, 49 Smallwood, Eddie ...... 107 Shea, Pat ........ . .358, 51 Shear, Johnny . .... 358,57 , 2 .fi ' X I Q is .WX 0 Sheets, Shirley ....... 268 0 Sheffield, Carroll ..... 250 Sheldon, Vicki ... Shelfer, Steve . . . .....358 .....358 Smallwood, Linda ...... 359 Smart, Eddie .......... 359 Smarzik, Frank ..... 359,55 Smith, Alan .... 359, 92, 110 Smith, Allan .......... 299 Smith, Audrey . . . . . . .359 Stlth, Laura .........., 362 Spitzer, Jimmy ........ 367 Tonne, Linda . . .365, 74, 78 Smith Srnith Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith Smith, Betty .......... Brad .....,..... 91,129, 359 359 301 Burnice .,.,..,. 359 Caroll , .,.,.,.., 299 Charles .,... 359, 209 Charlotte ....... 359 Christia ..,,.,i. 299 Cleve ...... 359, 135 Cora... .. ,....359 , Craig ,...... 359, 51 Dale ...... 77, 79, 83 Smith, Dale . ,. ..... . 299 Smith Daniel ,... .... 3 59 Smith, Danny ,... .... 3 59 Smith Danny .... .... 3 59 Smith, Dawson ........ 350 Smith, Donald . ....... 299 Smith, Dorothy .360, 61, 122 Smith Douglas 299, 127, 138 Smith Drew .......... 107 Smith Dwight ...... 360,83 Smith Frances ........ 299 0Smith, Frank ... ....268 Smith, George .... 0Smith, George E. Townsend, Roger . . . Spruce, William Jr. Su pu Iver, Barbara . 0Steinecke, Alen O. .... 268 .....360 ...,.268 Soldo, Sally . .299, 15, 19, 62 84,132,138,139,154,160 Solley, Joe ,.......... 299 Sorenson, Charles . , .367, 84 Sorenson, Michael ...,.. 299 77,83 Southall, Hugh 299,113, 128 Soward, Donna .... Sowers, Mike . .367, Spalding, Jim ..... Sparger, Anna ..... Sparks, Nina ,..... Sparling, George . . . ....367 113,130 .367,55 ....367 ...,367 299, 105 0 Spears, J. Daniel ...... 268 Spears, Joseph .......... 84 Speer, Billy ,.... ....299 Speer, Frank .......... 367 Spellman, Tommy . ....367 Spencer, Glen ......... 299 Spencer, Julia . . . Spiegel, Earl .... ...,367 ....367 Spoon, Georganne ...... 367 I Spore, Charles U. 44, 65 ....268 0Spradlin, Joe D. ...... 268 123, 225 Spradlin, Marcie ....... 367 Springer, Roger ........ 367 Sprinkle, Phil ........, 367 .367, 135 Stewart, John . . .362, 40, 55 Stewart Leota ........ 362 Stewart Norma ........ 299 Stewart, Sheryl ........ 362 Stewart, Sheryl Anne . . .299 131 Stiles, Joe ..... .... 1 16 Stiles, Robert ......... 362 0Taliaferro, Dr. Lloyd . .269 Tankersley, Michael Loyd . . . 363 Tannahill, William Paul . . .82 Tanner, Ava Lee ....... 363 Tanner, Cristy ......... 363 Tanner, Jimmy ........ 363 Tanner, Nancy ,....... 363 Tareilo, Randy .... 363, 109 Tilford, Jan ,.......... 110 Tillery, Gary ....... 365, 84 Tillery, Philipa ........ 365 Tillman, Betty ......... 365 Tilson, Patti ,365, 40, 41, 61 Tindall, Norman .365,51, 11 0Tinker, Tim ......... 215 Tinsley, Anne . . i ...... 365 126, 138 Stocks, Dr. Douglas R., Jr. . Stockton, John, Jr. Stoehr, Jimmy . . . Stogsdill, Paul .... Stokely, Charles . . Stokely, Mary .... Stone, Earnest .... Stone, Tommy . . . Stoorza, Harry . . . 268 .....362 .....185 .....299 .....362 ....300 ....300 .....362 .....362 TAU BETA SIGMA .... 129 Taylor, Dan ........... 363 Taylor, Don .......... 363 Taylor, Harold G. ...... 300 Taylor, Lee D .......... 363 0Taylor, Lucy ....,... 269 Taylor, Pat ........ 363, 58 59, 44 Taylor, Ray ..... ..... 3 63 Taylor, Robin F, ....... 363 Story, Michael . . .362, 41, 67 Stoterau, Cindy ........ 362 Stott, Joan . ....... 362, 62 Stouff, Judy . . . .....362 .....83 Taylor, Ronny ........ 111 Taylor, Rufus ......... 256 Taylor, Scott .,.... 363, 156 160, 57 Taylor, Valene ........ 122 Stovall, John ... Stovall, Pat ...... Stovall, Stuart .... oStrahan, Everette Straight, George . . Straus, Glenn .... Strauss, Larry .... Streetman, Cynthia ....362 .....362 ....252 ....362 ...300 .....362 .....362 Teague, Bill ......,. 363, 85 Teague, Richard ,... 363, 51 Tippens, William . . Tipps, Steve ..... .....365 .....300 3a,41,12a T0bb,oawd .......... 113 Todd, Mary ..... ....300 Toliver, Candice ....... 355 Tolleseon, Monty ...... 181 Tomas, Carlos ......... 300 Tomas, Enriqueta D. P. . .365 Tomison, Larry ........ 365 Tomlin, Luetta .. ....365 Tongate, Larry .. ......, 365 Toombs, James E. ...... 365 oTorgeson, Dr. F. G. . . .139 Totten, Barbara .,.... 365 Toub, Samuel ..... 300, 108 Tebay, Ernest .... 73, 78, 85 Tech, Laurel .......... 300 Teeter, Rita ....... 363, 129 Telford, John L. . . .300, 116 Ten Eyck, C. Ross ...... 300 Spurlock, James ..... 79, 83 Squibb, George . . . 299, 107 Stricker, Rusty ..... 362, 53 Strittmatter, Curtis .362, 103 Smith, George W. ...... 360 Smith, Glenn ..... 299, 106 Smith, Gregory .... 299, 164 Smith, Harold ,..... 360, 49 Smith, Jeanie ...... 360,61 Smith, Jim ........... 360 111, 117, 118 Smith, Joe ,... 196, 200, 201 Smith, Judy ...360, 95, 118 Smith, Kenny ......... 360 Smith, Kimberly ....... 360 0 Smith, Lee H ..,...... 225 Smith Mark .... 360, 45, 47 Smith Merrilee ..... 360,63 Smith Michael ........ 360 Smith Mike .....360 Smith Mike ....... 360,57 Smith Pat .... .... 3 60, 57 Smith Phil ........ 360,49 Smith Revis ...... 118, 124 Smith Richard ........ 360 Smith Richard L. ,.,... 360 Smith Richard W ....... 360 Smith Richard Wayne . .299 Smith Ronald ....... . .299 Smith Ronald ......... 360 Smith Sammie ..... 360,83 Smith, Sammy ........ 360 Smith, Sandy . . .... 360 Smith, Scott .......... 299 Smith, Shari ....... 360,63 Smith, Sharon ......... 299 Smith, Sidney .... 360 , 772 Smith, Tony ....,..... 360 Smith, Wayne .... .... 1 06 Smith William ........ 360 Smithee, Armontlo ......85 Smithee, Ray ...... 360, 79 Smithson, Charles Smolleck, Howard Snedal, Sue ..... Snodgrass, Andrea . Snow, Joe ...... Snowden, Alice . . Snowden, Colleen Snowden, George . .299, 49 i.367, 130 .....367 .....299 .....367 .....367 .....367 .....367 Squires, Patrick ........ 105 Sramek, Helen . .. Sredal, Sue ... Stacy, James .... Stacy, Teresa ,... Stahnke, Bill .. Stair, Thomas . . . .....367 .....122 .....367 .....367 .....367 .....367 Strittmatter, Joseph .... 362 Strong, Milton . .362, 86, 129 Strong, Paul .......... 247 Strong, Russell .... 362, 209 Stroube, Esthelo ....... 362 Stroud, James ..... 300, 121 0Tennison, Robert L. .. .269 Tow, Delbert .......... 365 Towery, John ,..... 365, 55 Towns, David M ......,. 365 Traister, Elizabeth . . . Trammell, Gary T. . . .300 . . .300 . . .365 Trantham, Emily ....... 365 Trapani, John M ........ 300 68, 130 Treadway, James ....... 365 Trept, Ted . .300, 16, 67, 127 Trewin, Walter ........ 300 Stroud, Michael . . . .....300 Staley, Carol .......... 367 Stallings, Eddie .... 201, 202 Stamps, Mike . .367, 57, 184 Stanfield, Don ...... 367, 67 0Stanovsky, Dr. Joseph .268 120 Stanton, Paul ...... 367, 51 Stanton, Rosemary .... ,357 Stark, Tim ............ 367 Starnes, James .... 299, 131 Starnes, Phillip ........ 367 Staton, Bill ..... . . .165 Stauffer, Jack . .. . . . .367 St. Denis, John ........ 367 Steen, Margaret ..... 367,40 Stegall, Sharon ........ 367 0Stegall, W. M ......... 268 Stuard, Ernest ......... 362 Stuart, Barbara ........ 362 47,63,151,176 177 oStuart, Dr. John A. . . .268 Stuart, Michael ........ 362 STUDENT ACTIVITIES BOARD .............. 40 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ........ 38 Sturdivant, Diane ...... 362 Suits, Gary ,...... 362, 114 Sulak, Wayne ......... 362 Sulak, Marvin .... ..... 8 5 Sullivan, James ,....... 362 Sumaruck, Renate ...... Summerall, Henry ...... 362 362 Summers, Charles ...... 372 Terrell, David ......... 300 OTerrell, Dr. Glen L. '. . .269 Terrell, Hank ...... 363, 113 Terry, Gloria L ..... 363 114 Terry, Sherry ......... 363 Terry, Tim ..,.... 363 130 Tesch, Bob ........... 364 Theesfeld, Lowell . .300, 165 Theesfeld, Raymond .... 364 Theiss, Raymond ...... 364 Thill, Karen ........... 364 Thomas, Bobby ........ 364 Thomas, Bruce . .. .. .109 Thomas, Connie ....... 364 Thomas, David ........ 364 Thomas, James ........ 364 Thomas, Jimmy . . .364, 184 185, 187, 188 Thomas, J. W. .300, 113, 123 Thomas, Kenneth ...... 247 Thomas, Larry ........ 364 Thomas, Paul C. ........ 84 Thomas, Randolph ..... 364 Thomas, Talmage ...... 364 Thomason, Tommy ..... 364 Trich, John A ....... fridtsch, Gary K. ... Trimble, Caron ..... Tripp, Rick ........ Trojan, Carolyn ..... 365, 53 . . ,106 . . .365 365, 49 . . .365 Troncoso, David ....... 365 Trull, Gail ............ 365 Tubb, Larry L. .... 365, 129 Tubbs, Dan ...,... 365, 101 Tucker, Argyle William Ill .. 300,69 oTucker, Dr. Arthur W. J. .. 269 Tucker, Diane ......... 365 Tucker, Hayden ....... 365 Tucker, Richard . . .365, 145 0Tucker, Dr. Richard L. .269 Tucker, Shirley Sue 281, 116 Stegemoller, Johnnie .... 272 Stein, Sonia ...... 299, 131 Steindore, Jay ......... 367 Steindorf, John ..... 367, 90 Ste. Marie, Phil ..... 367,51 Stenstrom, Verner . . .367, 51 Stephan, Dennis ........ 84 0 Stephens, Bob ....... 246 Stephens, Dale ........ 362 Stephens, Darwin ...... 247 Stephens, Louis ........ 362 Stephens, Louis ........ 362 Stephens, Raughn ...... 362 Sterling, Kenneth .... 76, 79 Summers, James . . Summers, Marsha . .....362 .....362 Su pak, Thomas ........ 362 Supulver, Opal . . . .....362 .....362 0Sutherland, Thomas . . .268 Sutton, Charles . . . 0Svenson, Dr. Eric Swadley, Don .... Swafford, Bill ,... Swain, Roberta . . . Swan, Walter . . . Swanson, Don .... Swanson, Ford . . . oSwisher, Mary . . .....362 ...,.269 ....269 ...,105 .300,61 ....362 ....362 .362, 209 .269, 248 oTompkins, Keith W. . . 269 Thompson, Anne ...... 365 0Thompson, Dr. B. Cecil 269 Thompson, Billy ....... 365 Tucker, Walter . . . Tufts, Ronnie .... Tuinstra, Ted .... ..,..365 .182,186 . . .. .115 Tullos, Richard ........ 365 Thompson, Dan ....... 365 Tully, Robert Earl ....... 83 Thompson, David A ...,. 365 Thompson, Edward III . .300 72,74,76,79 Thompson, Judy ....... 265 Thompson, LeRoy ..... 300 128, 167 Thompson, Mildred ..... 365 Thompson, Susan ...... 115 Thompson, Thresa ..... 365 Thornton, Billy ........ 365 Thornton, Rita ..... 365, 65 0TurberviIIe, Dr. Simone F. . 269 Turbyfill, John R .... . . .365 117,118 0Turner, Billy ........ 269 Turner, Jim ........... 365 Turner, Jimmy ........ 365 92, 35, 206 'Turner, Juanita . Turner, Lucky . . . .....255 ...365 Sterner, Linda .299, 126, 132 Stevens, Alfred ......... 85 Stevens, Bobby ........ 362 Stevens, Deborah ...... 362 Stevens, Frank ......... 79 Stevens, Marc ......... 362 Stevens, Mark . . .362, 77, 79 Stevens, Ronnie ....... 299 Stevenson, Larry . . Stevenson, Sam , . . .....299 ....299 Switt, Jeffrey ...... 362, 82 Sword, Douglas ....... 300, 75,81,82 Sykora, William ........ 362 Symmonds, Joanne ..... 363 Syptak, Ann , ......... 363 Thorpe, Charlie ....... 0Thorpe, Nancy ...... Thrashe Threadgill, Wayla Throne, Throne, Thweatt, Mike ..... r, Sheril .,..... Benny ....... .365 .254 .365 nd 365, 1 14 .365 Johnny . . .365, 109 .365, 51 365 Thweatt, Paula ........ Tibey, Steve .... ..... Snyder, Howard ....... 367 SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS ......... 120 SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS ,.122 Sockwell, James ,...... 367 Sorlrl, Glenn ,......... 367 38, 39, 45, 49 Sodd, Pat ,.,.. 299, 61, 1 18 Sorlowsky, Pamela ..... 367 Sokol, Chuck ...... 299,67 Solarlay, Charlie 367, 57, 187 Solaflay, Sharon . ...... 367 126,130, 132,168 Stewart, Bernie299, 106, 126 Stewart, Billy ..... 362, 184 Stewart, Dawn ..... 362, 59 T OTaborsky, Dr. Ivan .... 269 Taborsky, lvanka ...... 300 62, 126 Tager, Richard ........ 363 Tal iaferro, Carol ....... 363 Tidwell, Anita . .. Tidwell, Michael ...... Tiffin, James P. Jr. . . . . Tigner, Robert ....... 36 5 365 .365 .365 .300 Turner, Pam .......... 365 o Turner, Dr. Steven .... 269 0 Turner, William D. .... 269 0 Turner, William E. .... 269 1 10 0Turney, G. B ......... 269 Turns, Elvin .... Turquette, Lynn ....... 365 Turrentine, Freida ...... 365 64, 75 ....365 . . . .365 Tyler, Terry .... U Vandiver, Roy ......... 300 .368 Wangler, Dana ............ 0 Underwood, Warren G. 269 Upchurch, Alan L. .....365 Urban, Alexia ......... 365 Uselton, John .... ....365 Uselton, Ronnie ....... 365 0 Utterback, Jack . V Vadala, John . .300, .....250 108, 120 Vaden, Rusty ......... 365 Vanderslice, Duane .....365 Van Dorn, Peggy ....... 365 1 1, 62, 316 0 Van Selm, Jutta ...... 269 Vargas, Delores ..... 365, 62 Vasek, Robert B., Jr ..... 366 Vasquez, Jody .... Vaughan, Larry . . . Vaughn, Patti . . . Vaught, Gary .... Vavrin, Jeannette . .....215 ...79,86 ....366 .....300 .....366 Venable, Roger l-1. . . -355 51, 113 Venard, Edwin . .... 366,85 Venturi, Mary Ellen .366,'64 Veselka, Henry . . . Vibrock, Lyn . .. .....300 .366 Vickers, Sandra ........ 366 Vickrey, Nancy ........ 366 Villars, Buddy .... Villars, Susan .... ' Vina, Frederick . Vinall, Sam H ..... Vineyard, Tim .300, Vinson, Dennis W. .. Vinton, Paul ..... Visone, Kay ..... Vogel, David ..... von Bose, David . . . ....366 ....366 ....270 ...,300 117, 118 ....366 .366, 135 .300, 130 .366, 138 ....366 von Bose, Victoria ...... 366 von Gonten, Montgomery L. . 366, 84 Von Hagel, Kay . . .366, 724 von Rosenberg, A. Voss, Karen ....... Voyles, Leon ...... Vrla, Kathy ....... .300, 107 Vrla, Milton F. Jr. . L. . .246 .366, 63 ....135 ....366 Wallace, Jim ..... .... 3 5 Wallace, Max H. ....... 366 Wallace, Michael D ...... 366 Wallace Wallace 51, 57 , Ronald ....... 366 , Tom ......... 366 38, 51 158 Waller, Gary .......... 366 Waller, Waller, Sealy L., Jr ...,. Waller, William ....... Gretchen ..... Walling, Walling, Norman D. . .366, 84 Walsh, Mary ...... 366 Richard ........ .366 .366 .366 366 Wells, Charles .... .... 3 68 Wells, Mary Ellen ...... 368 38, 59 Werner, Keith D ....... .368 WESLEY FOUNDATION 102 Wesson, Hal . . .301, 108,121 West, Debbie .......... 368 West, Dicky ........... 368 West, Mary Anne ....... 368 West, Rochard E. ...... 301 West, Ronald .......... 301 ' West, Sam ...... 270, 107 West, Stephen ......... 1 16 West, Wes ......... 368, 57 Wester, Linda ......... 368 Westerlund, Ed ..,. 368, 209 Westmoreland, Larry .368, 86 Westmoreland, Robert Wetzel, Mike ......... . .368 Walter, Mary .... . 366 Walters, George . . . 128 Walters, Joyce . . . . .61 Walters, Ken .......... 206 Walters, Myron L. . .. 366,51 Walters, William Terence . .80 Walton, Gene .... . 366 , 70 Walton, Mallard . . ..367, 129 Walton, Ronnie . . .. .367, 55 Wamer, Roger . . .367 78, 84 Wampler, John . ... ....367 Whatley, James . . .... 135 Wheeler, Scott . . . . . . .109 Wheeless, Carol ........ 368 Whiddon, Robert ...... 368 77, 78,84 47, 138, 214 Whistler, Diane .... 368, 122 Whitaker, Ronnie Bob . . .368 Whitbeck, Michael ...... 368 Ward A. C. ...... 77, 78,85 vllard, James .......... 367 White, Boyce ....... 368, 85 White, Cecil D. ........ 369 White, Darlene ........ 369 Whitesel, Robert Curtis . .301 77, 78, 81 , 82 Ward, Mike ............ 34 Ward, Peggy .......... 367 Ward, Ricky .......... 367 49, 206, 221 Warila, Dale ........... 367 Warkentin, John ....... 367 Warren, Bill ........... 367 0 Whitesel, Dr. Theodore 270 Whitfill, Patrick ....... Whitfill, Richard ....... 367 Whitley, Sammie ...... Whitt, Kenneth ........ 249 57 . .84 .301 Wlman, Sue ........... 307 .....366 W Waddell, Ben ....... 366, 85 Waddell, Carolyn . .256, 27 Wade, Bill ............ 366 Waggoner, John ........ 366 Wainstein, David ....... 300 Wakefield, John W. ..... 366 Waldrep, Elizabeth Waldrep, Neal . . . 97,118 ....366 Waldrip, Kathy .....,.. 366 Walker, Bill ........... 366 Walker, Charles . . . .300, 118 Walker, David ....... 77,85 Walker, Donald Curtis . . .366 Walker, Grady D. ...... 366 Walker, John .......... 300 Walker, Kathryn ....... 366 Walker, Kenneth C ...... 366 Walker, Robert . .366, 81, 83 Walker, Sharon ........ 366 Walker, Sidney ........ 300 Walker, Ted ........... 366 Walker, Thomas ....... 366 'Wall, Dr. Basil M. Wallace, Bruce. . . ,....270 ....366 Wallace, David ......... 366 Wallace, Jan ....... 366, 51 Warren, Clark ...... 367, 51 ' Warren, Eddie N. ..... 270 Washburn, John ....... 367 Wasik, Michael .... 367, 129 Water, Michael D. ....... 85 Waters, John .......... 367 ' Watkings, Kirby D ..... 270 Watson, David ....... 45, 55 155, 160 Watson, Judy Lynn ..... 367 44, 62, 88 Watson, Linda ......... 300 Watson, Martha Sue .367, 63 Watson, Ray ....... 367, 51 Watson, Susan ......... 301 Watson, Vicky ....... 3675, Watters, Joyce .. .367, 38, 39 Wayland, Ronnie ....... 367 Wayne, Kelly .......... 367 Waxler, Morris ..... 301, 109 Weatherall, Pam .... 367, 65 Weatherman, Susan ..... 367 Weatherred, Bill ....... 367 Weaver, David . . . .... .367 Weaver, Jerry . . . . . .301 Webb, Eddie .... ...... 8 6 Webb, Janet . . ..... 367 Webb, John C .......... 367 Webb, June ....... 301, 131 Webber, Felipe ........ 367 Webster, Dave . . . .... .367 Webster, Pat .......... 368 Wedin, Marion D. ...... 117 Weedon, Daniel ........ 301 Weinstock, Diane ...... 368 Weir, Larry . .368, 77, 78, 83 Weise, Durwin ......... 368 Weiss, Charles ......... 368 . .270 1 15 Welborne, Ellen ........ 368 Welch, Charles ...... 368, 55 Welch, Dianita ......... 301 Welch, Eddie Brown .... 368 Welch, James D., Jr. .... 368 Welch, Jordan ......... 368 Welch, Kay ........ 89, 114 Weldon, Phillip ........ 368 77, 78, 85 ' Weiss, Dr. Donald D. Wible, Donald ....... 77,82 Widaman, Peggy ....... 369 61, 110 Widaman, Randy. . .301, 107 Widows, Joe .......... 369 Wiggins, Carol ......... 369 Wilder, Weyland .... 369, 51 0 Wiley, Dr. Margaret Lee . . . 270, 126, 132 Wilhelm, Casey .... 369, 110 Wilkerson, Gary ....... 369 Wilkerson, Martha Ann . .369 Wilkes, Stephen ..... 369, 82 Wilkins, Leslie ......... 369 vvau, steve ............. 42 wiiibanks, Robert 182, 186, 187 Williams, Ann ..... 369, 131 Williams, Barbara Jean . .307 62 ,fur 1 I l 11110 s N5 Williams, Sara ......... 369 Sharon ....... 369 .307, 65 ....369 Suzanne ...... 369 Tim ...... 369, 55 Tommy ...... 215 Vanyelle ...... 307 Vickie ....... 369 0 Williams, Bennie B. ...270 Williams, Blake ........ 369 0 Williams, Blaine T., Sr. .270 Williams, Carley D. ..... 369 Williams, Charlse ....... 369 Williams, Dale E. .... 369,67 Williams, Dennis ....... 369 Williams, Dennis . . .301, 107 0 Williams, Donald R. ...270 Williams, Doris ........ 369 Vlhlliams, Eddie .. . ....369 Williams Eugene ....... 369 Williams Gerald ....... 369 Williams Gilbert . . .307 107 Williams Herbert F. .... 369 Williams, Johnny ....... 369 0 Williams, Joyce E. .... 270 Williams Karl ......... 369 Williams, Kathleen ...., 369 Williams Linda ........ 369 Williams Linda .... 307 130 Williams, Michael ...... 369 Williams Nancy-Lynn . . .369 107 Williams Patrick ....... 369 Williams Renee ........ 369 Williams Rickey L ...... 369 Robert E ...... 369 0 Williams, Robert N. . . .270 Williams Williams, Williams, Sharon . . . Williams, Sherrill G. Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, ' Williams, Williamson, B' Williamson, Williamson, Williamson, Richard Willis, Barbara ......... 369 Willis, Hal ... Willis, Jo .... Woodrow ,.... 369 ill ........ 112 D. Daniel .. .307 La Rue ..... 105 . . . .369 92 .....369 ...,.307 .....369 Willis, Lou .... Willis, Ronald ......... 307 Wilmington, Susan ..... 369 0 Willoughby, Dr. Sarah Margaret .......... 270 0Wilmeth, James D. 270, 277 Wilmoth, Tracy ......., 369 Wilson Bruce . .307, 49, 221 Wilson, Carolyn ........ 369 Wilson, Charles ........ 369 Wilson, David ......... 369 Wilson, Don ....... 307, 53 Wilson, Eugenia ........ 369 Wilson Frank E. ....... 369 Wilson Wilson Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Gene ...... Hugh, Jr .... James ..... James H .... Janet .... 194, 198 199, 201 .307, 49 ....369 ....369 ....369 Wilson, Joe ....,...... 307 Wilson, Mark A. . . .370, 1 12 Wilson, Michael L ....... 370 Wilson, Richard ........ 370 Wilson, Robert ..... 370, 84 Wilson, Robert ........ 370 Wilson, Rodney .370, 47, 216 Wiltz, Roland ......... 307 Winaski, Judy ......... 370 Wincovitch, Cathie Sue , .370 64 Windham, Tommy E. . . .307 77, 85 Wine, Floyd .......... 302 Wine, Susie ..... 370, 19, 59 79, 157, 160 Winget, Pamela ........ 370 Wingo, Larry ..... ..., 1 08 Winkler, Ron .......... 302 Wintebaur, Stanley ..... 302 Winter, Dick .... 370, 77,83 Winters, Jack .......... 370 Winters, Richard . . .370, 209 Winton, Jerry ......... 370 Wipff, Sarabeth . . . Wirtz, Robert .... Wirz, Donald ..... ....370 ....370 ....302 Wirz, Ronald .......... 302 Wisdom, Robert E. ..... 302 'Wiseman, Dr. Carl Wiseman, Gary 117,130 D. . .270 .370, 84 Wiseman, Lynn .... 370, 122 Witt, Arthur W ..... Witt, Beverly ...... Witt, Eugene ...... Witt, Tommy . . 302, 126 370, 131 ....370 ....370 Thomas E. ..... 377 Wutblisi, Mike ..,,. 370, Woerner, Veronica U Wofford, Dr. J. C. . , . . Wolfe, Larry . . .302, 49, Wolfenberger, Ginger . . Wolff, Garry .,.. 0 Wolfskill, Dr. George ., 214 370 270 342 .370 215 270 138 Wolfskill, Martha ..., 302,62 Wollenman, David ...... 203 Woodard, Georgia ..,... 377 Woodruff, Martin .77, 78, 85 Woods, Charles .... Woods, Dale .,.... Woods, Randell ..., Woolbright, Donna , Wooldridge, Tom ...... Woolery, John David Woolf, Gary ...... 0 Woolf, Dr. Jack R. 28, 39, 74, Worden, Barry ...., 377 377 377 377 377 302 242 262 377 Worell, Gene ,..... 106, 126 Workman, Pam .... Worrell, Maurice E., Ill .. 377 302 Womack, Bob .. . 370 Womack, John ........ 370 Womack, Tamra .....,. 377 WOMENS SERVICE ORGANIZATION ...... 123 Wood, Becky ....... 377, 59 Wood, David ..,........ 81 Wood Eliot ,....,.,.., 377 Wood, Jane ....,...... 377 Wood Melanie .377, 63, 152 Wood Richard Brian .377, 82 Woodall, Danny ,....,. 377 . v XL 1 I Worsham, Branda . , .302, 65 Worsham, Joy ...... 377,65 Worthington, Thomas . . .377 Woznick, Sandy ....... 129 Wredberg, Conrad, Jr. . . .377 113 Wreyford, Stanley . .377,206 Michael .... .377,53 124,138 ....377 ....377 .377,79 ....377 ....377 .377,83 ..,..91 377,138 ....377 377,83 Steven W. ....... 85 Teddy ......... 302 Wright, Bobby Wright, Colin. Wright, Deggie Wright, Harlan Wright, James Wright, John . Wright, Larry Wright, ' Wright, Ozell Wright, Robyn Wright, Russell Wright, Stanley Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright Thomas R. ..... 377 Wyatt, David B ........ 302 77, 82, 777 0 Wyatt, Dr. James L, . . .270 Wynns, Allen ....... 377,82 Wyrick, Linda ... ....377 Y 0Yantes, Richard . 'Yates, Frank .,. Yates Richard ,. . Yeakle, Marvin . . . Yelvington, Charles Yen, Eugene ..... Yoakum, Raymond ..... Yoesting, Odie ........ York, Johnnie .... York, Leslie ..... Young, Charlotte . Young, Darryl , . , Young, Gary .. . You ng, Larry ,,... 302, YOUNG REPUBLICANS .. 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