Arlington State College - Reveille Yearbook (Arlington, TX)

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I In A' A .efff ' . 1 4 ii 4X3444g4.4444T43:h. ,. , ,K L44 Q 4 f14'4jv -is Q, . ,444 4- '1lQ.,44 ' ' u 'Wa 525 W' sf '- Wifa,-! an K 0 ,wg A . 'fr ' ' A f , 4 -X5 ' I 1 ' ' ' A C In 1 1511! ' 1 . vt . P' .iimm 4q.r. 4 gh?- 'V3 . I? 1969 HEVEILLE The University of Texas at Arlington Vai 52, Arlington, Texas UHGA NIZA T IUNS 4 2 EN VIHUNMEN T 9 CLA SSES 2.90 If'-if:'-1-H, .,' -M 7 - I, , '- - . ?. PEHSUNALITIES 210 g LEADERSHIP 250 A THLETICS 164' B. C. Barnes did not plan to be a teacher until he was offered a position at North Texas Agricultural College in 1929. Since that time he has served in a myriad of capacities in the classroom and administration, watching the school become .Arlington State College and then the University of Texas at Arlington. Barnes taught in the commercial arts de- partment before leaving for military service 'during World War II. He returned to head the department. He describes close contact with students, which he enjoyed particularly while in the classroom, as the most rewarding part of his career. Barnes served as registrar for twelve years, beginning in 1947. He then became director of business and finance, a position which was elevated to vice-presidential status during Barnes' tenure. In addition to school duties Barnes found time to be an active citizen, serving on the Arlington city council for several years and then as mayor. Now vice-president for administration, Barnes retires this year. The Junior Aggie, the NTAC yearbook, dedicated to Barnes in 1949, described him as "star salesman of NTAC, fwhol has con- vinced hundreds of prospective freshmen that an education at this institution is something worth having." .14 N'-R N Barnes and then-president Dr. Jack Woolf inspect construc- tion of Texas Hall in 1965. . .... ,Z J J B. C. Barnes served as city councilman and later mayor of Arlington. University President Emeritus Dr. J. R. Woolf said recently, "B. C. Barnes has served students and faculty through four de- cades of extraordinary educational history. He has proven to be of distinctive service to three chief administrators, often being called upon to undertake special missions of great im- portance. He has given personal help to many students and faculty members in such a modest way that few have known of his philanthropy. His career and that of this col- lege have been one and the same, to the benefit of the college." Barnes defines the purpose of a university as "to educate people to give them the ability to earn a place in society both economically and through service." He summed up his goal of life, "To live a life that would be of service to people I come in contact with, based on a philosophy teach- ing that every person should have the right to do the things he wants to do so long as he does not infringe on the rights of others and conforms to the will of the majority, while working to change that will if he deems it necessary." In respect for his years of service to this school, the 1969 Reveille is dedicated to B. C. Barnes. A life af Service - B. 0. Barnes He tires A fter Faur Decades of Dedicated Effort 'Y 7 r ' x,, 'N , V if-sw N X 'J 2 ,W N 0 1 H wvixgggs H I 1 A-vip" .55 nfs' f ' ' x . 'A ,H 1, N ' QQ ' " 4 Q 5 f 4 , MIN ' 3 E , ,f vl L' 'I' ' ,2 ' HQ 5 ' X' 1 f ' 1 A1 'I r. A V ' 1 - ' ! Q j' ,XA 'f, r Q ' I y 1 L -'ILX A.. , V, , Elin. , fgmzlz'-U n - vw- 2--I , N, - Q- . , A Q i -Q .f U s Q - , ' ' s M U 2' f f ,A ' - X ,ilxe-ph' Q Q A X: J i li. .. -NRI vi as ' t K K 4 ?- ' - I A '1' k " -W' -- . if ' Z . 'I gf I . P l .MU f 'B A nl lx' - 'I fi 2 Kung? U Af"":'f K T H ! N P . JJ -' ' Q2 si Q-nv"'4' -lm, q EN VIHUNMENT .Q k f X "SF-F'-' 5 J: I Ml, H gl Q .6 .-f- , N5 X my Y I - l I ' Y' l, I 1 -E I: ' lr' r ' lui l i I in gg Erik P i4 E13 1 'f l JK-'f 1 13s:fg'f , ss. . . . ' lkff elk' 4' J 1 i - .-S-:xi ' .x :I :?i'ffq:3-Q.,--..S il J,-.-.'..n1-....5:1.,. Q i' " -- -. -A .- 1- ' S g 1 'U Q ,g3.,,u- , 5 . v"" 1' n fo.. u . '. XT.. S Q, 1, Q.. . X ' L ' - ' . ' :ss Dallas Becoming Electronics Center Forty years ago, Dallas students of then North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington could ride to school on the interurban, an electric railway linking Dallas and Ft. Worth. The interurban is gone, now, but several North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington each morning. Forty per cent of the Univer- sity's students are from Dallas County. Dallas is the financial and cultural center of the Southwest. With an estimated 800,000 population in the city and 1,250,000 in the county, it is the second largest metropolitan area in Texas. Dallas is also an inportant in- dustrial center, with several plants of Collins, Ling-Tempco-Vought and Texas Instruments, major electronics and aviation firms, hiring thousands, including a large number of UT Arlington students. Dallas is also an entertainment center, with State Fair Musicals, its noted Dallas Theatre Center and the annual State Fair, the nation's largest. In cooperation with its longtime rival, Ft. Worth, Dallas is building a S500,000,000 regional airport north of Arlington which will cover 20,000 acres. ' wjvo-X L . Y ' 1 A32 7 ' I0 ig: ifaf I I Serene reflections of the birth of a building. Y' l x :,.f- i K A unique fish-eye view of downtown Dallas. Photo by Fred Coston E N , ff. 'N 'TR i A , 1 1 . X T ' Nag l , ,Moc-if A5 4, ' 'Ni fa ' s 1 1' N.. hx 5 --wi .X YR. V sX,.,Qg,,:s ,K N0 - . 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General Dynamics-Fort Worth, employing over 15,000, produces the variable-wing F-111 fighter plane for the Air Force. Bell Helicopter builds a majority of the aircraft being used in the Vietnam war. In addition Menasco builds aircraft parts for many leading aircraft builders. Ft. Worth first gained prominence as a town on the Chisholm Trail, the most heavily used of the cattle trails from south Texas to Kan- sas and Missouri rail heads. The city became a railhead itself in 1876 and in 1900 Armour and Swift installed what were then the largest packing houses in the Southwest. Ft. Worth has a population nearing 400,000 with Tarrant County about 600,000. Over 40 per cent of UT Arlington's students are Tar- rant County residents. 0' f 1 o Long noted for their rivalries, Dallas and Ft. Worth joined forces to begin work on what will be the world's largest airport, a 20,000 acre, S500,000,000 facility to be located about 10 miles north of Arlington. g 4 s r P'- xv' X it.-ggi? vs, H 35 offgsu' The skyline of downtown Ft. Worth took on a different look this year with the completion of the 314,000,000 Tarrant County Convention Center K domed complex in the foregroundj. Photo courtesy Chamber of Commerce. I I J Arlingtanites Nearing 90, 000 Like the University, the city of Arlington has experienced two periods of extensive growth. During the period 1950-1960, then Arling- ton State College grew from a 2,000 student junior college to a four year school with over 5,000 students. During that same period Arlington grew from 7,000 to 44,000 while at the same time changing from a semi-rural agricultural town to an industrial city. Major industrial growth began in 1954 with the opening of the General Motors Assembly Plant, employing over 3,000. In the last nine years, the college has ma- tured into a university complete with grad- uate studies and a 12,000-student population. The city during this time has grown from 44,000 to about 90,000, Most of the giant Great Southwest Industrial District was built during this time, along with its famous Six Flags Over Texas amusement park. Several thousand UT Arlington students live in apartments bordering the campus. Apartment construction, coupled with resi- dential housing and industrial building have resulted in weekly permits usually totaling over 31,000,000 ui" Wk.. Torn Vandergriht, Arlington mayor since 1951, has been one of the major boosters of UT Arlington. and was one of the major workers in F' '.- x. Q'-25255 I 'sf' J 4 . ,,-DSI, i an -Q -4, "Lv '. is, :.- M . Construction, such as the Bell Telephone installation being built near the UT Arlington campus has been a common sight in Arlington since 1953 when General Motors opened a major assembly plant. Student population has helped create an apartment boom. I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I3 I 90 Eager Students - U T Arlington in I 8.95 With a minimum of ingredients-one block of land, a two-story frame building, 85,000 capital, 90 eager students and a handful of faculty-L. M. Hammond and H. W. Trimble fashioned Arlington College in 1895. Seventy- four years and seven name changes later, the college has emerged as The University of Texas at Arlington with 257 acres of land, 338,000,000 worth of facilities, over 400 teach- ers and 12,500 students. As a private school, a military school and finally, a state-supported institution, the school has grown with its sur- roundings. Located in an area whose population has grown from 75,000 to over 2,000,000 in the 74 years of the school's history, UT Arlington can claim a proud heritage of change and growth as well as a promising future as a vitally modern university. In 1970, the school will celebrate its 75th anniversary as an in- stitution of higher learning and its third an- niversary as UTA. E. H. Hereford Student Center was named Ln memory of a former prestdent of what was then Arlington State College The Unwerszty of Texas name was adopted Ln 1967 g I , . . Z ' g 2 vi.. pgmp. ,lu Students pause to chat before classes in the Science Building, completed in 1962. The department offers degrees through the Master of Science level. Established midway between Dallas and Fort Worth in 1895, Arlington College func- tioned as a private school for seven years. It became Carlisle Military Academy 1902- 1913. At this time, an Army ROTC program was initiated. The school was later known as Arlington Training School, 1913-1916, and Arlington Military Academy, 1916-1917. In 1917, after 10 years of effort on the part of community leaders, the school was incorporated into the Texas A8rM System as a state-supported institution. It was given junior college status and was named Grubbs Vocational College. The four-year school, in- cluding the last two years of high school and the first two years of college, offered courses in agriculture, home economics, manual train- ing, commercial skills such as typing and shorthand, woodworking and mechanical drawing. The name was changed in 1923 to The North Texas Agricultural College. A broad educational program was developed at NTAC, including liberal arts, fine arts and pre-pro- fessional courses in architecture, engineering, law and medicine. In addition, terminal pro- grams in aeronautical technology and elec- trical technology were available. In 1939, the college was fully accredited as a junior college by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and in 1949, it was the largest state-supported junior college in Texas. Under the name Arlington State Col- lege, the school began a decade of unpre- cedented change and growth from 1949-1959. Carlisle Hall rises above the Administration Building and Preston Hall, both long-time landmarks. new .a , 15' ' f wif The engineering school quadrupled its en- rollment during the three-year period 1953- 1956, as did the schools of business, liberal arts and science. Declining enrollment in the areas of agriculture and home economics caused these programs to be phased out. Overall enrollment rose from around 1750 in 1949 to 6150 in 1959. A 10072, population increase in the Dallas- Fort Worth area between 1940 and 1955, and tremendous economic growth brought about by industrial expansion were taken into consideration by the 56th Texas Legislature when it approved senior college status for the school in 1959. At this time, the college instituted baccalaureate degrees in aerospace, civil, electrical, industrial and mechanical en- gineering, economics, English, foreign lan- guages, mathematics, history, sociology, psy- chology, biology chemistry, geology, physics and business administration. Teaching certification as well as pre-pro- fessional transfer courses and two-year tech- nical and business courses leading to an As- sociate in Science diploma were also included. The Army extended its ROTC program, en- abling students to earn both a baccalaureate degree and an Army commission. The decade of growth from 1959 to 1969 was accentuated by a doubled enrollment. Figures jumped from a little over 6,000 in 1959 to 12,500 in 1969. The focal point of these 10 years was 1965. In that year, Ar- lington State College moved from the Texas ASJM System to The University of Texas System. Under new leadership, the college made greater advances in the areas of grad- uate programs, building construction and stu- dent participation in college life. Mall Construction Brings Mud Fest A new, scenic mall, cutting right through the middle of UT Arlingtonls campus, was completed in mid-March and many observers feel that the end result was worth the many painstaking delays encountered in the con- struction. The mall, built at a cost of approximately 3S250,000, is composed of concrete and bricks, arranged in patterns and squares. Construction on the walkway was detained several times during the course of the year, due to many strikes and what a campus in- spector for the UT System called "temporary delays." During these delays, rains pelted the cam- pus, causing students to virtually resort to water-wings in order to attend classes. Occa- sionaly figures assumed almost Robin-Hood positions, battling for position on the Wooden planks. They lacked only quarterstaves to complete the comic situations. 1 -- - -- lu Leveling for the mall began in the summer of 1968 when bull dozers upended existing streets and sidewalks. - v Workmen add jinishing touches to brick sidewalk replacing the old intersection of College St. and Second in front of Engineering Building. ' P I '1 1 ' -4. .Q NT it . 562. Y N. 5, L x l sw. :A f Kal. . ' .5 J 53 H, X 4 an Q 5 1 4 1. a . 5'!V-'fri . UQ li Q.. N 9 H X rl fs,- .v . 3 Controversy between University construction inspectors and the mall con- tractors resulted in a three week work stoppage in mid-winter. 3+-4 1 X, 1 J Q V N5 'Wg' ' 'fit Q lift- ' . ' i l V, K J fe a W .L ' .V 4 I 1 X F ' i N.. 1 YS 'F' ivlunqg, 9' - Q :ICF 'r"g!s ,,4?-YA. . L v l ' . , ,, 53 0 ,- , Brick lant be' co t t d th ll 'd l Construction problems caused by bad weather turned the for coniersaiginu mg ns me e on e ma prom e pace campus into a stream laced bog, with mud-covered boards Serv ing as sidewalks. fly!" I 152 Y' me - rg t 'Q - ,fif- S. .Q Q I ' .idx Q Q 7 ' Q T i vm 1' ' 2 r'5'ff2ix51t',f"lA 4 rf'-'-"T V",-69 ' f ' . ,s,, vw ' e ., ,. ' ' ww . ff. W4 ,fgtfffq-Eg, 'A 1i1i,,A..,u ,2 ,, hi M 5, Y,- ,ll s--..,-::,. ".'LTM' A- 1.4. ,, ,,,,f:j .cz 5 - fs. .. 'r s- , w. , " N 1- , ' ,Q 53 ' fm--'t W 4' 'ip ,,,.,,f'T ' 1' x- 'A -WI--lu. , ff - 31.4, "1?N.'6X. ft :L,..f?.. 5 if ' u M-fax: M1 H t ,W-r,1ig,.J.t',eA....t 1,4 , I, Q u 5. 1- . X l, vt:-'D ' ,,.. as -r w Sera., - V - -t f .' - -Q -, I ,Q i. H gf ' X - ,M J. QAM, Architect's drawing of 8250,000 mall constructed at UT Arlington. The mall was built on the location of a street which once dwtded the campus. 1 Society's Future Subject of Studies The UT Arlington School of Social Work, which opened last fall, offers the only master's degree in social work program in North Texas. Under the two-year program, students spend three days a week in the classroom and two at such institutions as the Family Service Association and the Children's Medical Cen- ter, where they are supervised by qualified field instructors. The courses they select prepare them either for direct person-to-person services or for administration or community planning, which involves work with larger groups to prevent social problems. The Hoblitzelle Foundation has given the school a 325,000 grant to assist in the develop- ment of a library. Dr. Fernando Torgerson, school director, said the gift will help remove "a major hurdle on the road to early accredi- tation." The school hopes to be recognized by the Council of Social Work in 1970, the earliest possible time. Plans are underway for an institute, which will serve as a teaching and research center for the school and a service facility for public and voluntary organizations, as well as in- dividuals and groups. Dr. Torgerson said the institute would provide " a program of direct personal services, consultation, training and community plan- ning." Under present plans class size will increase from 26 this year to around 50 next fall and keep doubling until a cutoff of about 250 students is reached. i -V , hw- ,,,s..,,. ... .- if V at 'QP SDR. FERNANDO TORGERSON School of Social Work students attend seminars in working toward the only social work master s degrees ohfered in North Texas area. F6 .3 5 r ,,r,,,,,,.,,.,,u,. --...,.., ,..........,.. , H ,V Dr. B. T. Williams, UT Arlington sociologist, addresses a Continuing Education-sponsored seminar. Cooper Center, located in a rejuoenated high school building, will house university agencies concerned with community problems. yglqnuluqnu-r The UT Arlington Office of Continuing Education aims its programs at the student who has received his last college degree. Working with industries and professional organizations, the office develops programs needed to keep employees up to date. Two to three day seminars and two to three week minicourses are taught by imported experts and members of the UTA faculty. Director W. Doug Moore said these pro- grams differ from usual college education be- cause participants are assumed to have some knowledge of the subject matter. Programs are kept flexible so that those enrolled "get what they want." Moore said the office Hworks as an ally with business to keep area industry competitive on a national level." Though the current emphasis is on indus- trial fields, Moore hopes to add reeducation in the humanities. The oflice will also serve as "conference chairman" for the Institute of Urban Studies and work closely with the School of Social Work. Next year it will be housed with these two agencies in Cooper Center, the former Ousley Junior High. Moore explained the increasing need for "life-long learningi' programs, "As we lengthen life span, there are more adults and the rate of change in knowledge is faster, creating a greater need for self-renewal." 'M L anguage Instruction ln New Facilities UT Arlington's Foreign Language Depart- ment began its degree program in 1959 with only French, German, Latin, and Spanish be- ing taught. Latin has since been dropped from the cur- riculum. Russian was added in 1961, Portu- guese in 1967, and Japanese in 1968, In ad- dition to the six languages, linguistics is also taught. All modern language courses have as their aims: C15 comprehension, 125 speaking, C35 reading, C45 writing, and 153 an under- standing of the life and the culture of the people using the language. The foreign language department, headed by Virgil Poulter, has a staff of 26. All stu- dents taking a first or second semester foreign language are required to spend two hours a Week in lab. The language lab can play as many as 21 different tapes at one time. Norman Whitlock, lab director, is presently conducting an experimental Spanish course which adds the visual method of teaching by employing slides and movies. According to Whitlock, seeing and hearing the language in action as the students do in the new experi- mental class, facilitates learning. 1 ' f l' , ag 1 , 353,-'Yr ' . - -. i 2-7: . E fffii I h 6 i q: . 5 , Qt s l V. ' f ' l 1 3 -' i 1 bg 'L tj. Mwillllllll E l ,aff5llWl"'lii Lab assistant Carmelita Escajeda changes a tape used in the foreign language lab. The lab's system allows the playing of as many as 21 tapes simultaneously. Virgil Poulter heads a staff of 24 language teachers. Foreign Language lab facilities include private booths for use by as many as 144 students at once. Six languages are taught by the depart- ment. N. "5?f"' 6 wiwuigg' , W W. A V 'Q 1 A ctivities Forum A ttracts Political L eaders Efforts to get then-Presidential candidate Richard Nixon to appear at the Student Ac- tivities sponsored Presidential Forum proved futile, but forum spokesman Kathi Bomar did present an impressive group of political speak- ers during the October sessions. Among those speaking were house minority leader Gerald Ford of Michigan CRep.Jg David Markg Bob Priceg Texas Senator Ralph Yar- boroughg Republican gubernatorial candidate Paul Eggersg news commentator Sander Van- ocur and U. S. Congressman Jim Wright and Jim Collins. Also Doug DeCluitt, Republican candidate for lieutenant governor and Ben Barnes, Democratic candidate for the same office. Forum organizers had hoped to get Nixon and California Governor Ronald Reagan. Reagan was unable to come, however, because of a meeting of the Board of Regents of the California University system. Nixon was un- able to speak because of an engagement in Dallas. Government students take notes during Presi- dential Forum speeches and question and answer sessions. Congressman Jim Wright of Ft. Worth fDem.l discusses his prefer- ences for Hubert Humphrey at Forum. Texas Senator Ralph Yarborough K Dem. J drives home point by using example from Newsweek magazine during pre-election Presidential Forum. A Ffh r fl "' ' , 4' ' , U is Q Qi A ,, R ,m if" 4 13 f A 1 V " XR Q uf ' 1 S2 9 , Qt . S Xe , si Soucis K now Alpha Chi Omegasl explain the advantages of sisterhood. Greek Impact Un Campus Life Felt UT Arlington entered its first full year of National Greek fraternity and sorority activi- ties in the fall of 1968. Phi Gamma Delta CFijisJ and Phi Delta Theta both received their charters from their respective national organizations, thus affiliat- ing all six fraternities with national groups. San Souci sorority became Alpha Chi Omegag Avolonte, the oldest sorority on campus, became Zeta Tau Alpha and Les Choisies is currently pledging Delta Delta Delta. Phi Mu and Delta Zeta both came on campus in 1967. En Ami is still a local or- ganization. Sororities pledged over 50 coeds in the fall and 104 in the spring. Fraternities took 129 men in the fall and 130 in spring rush. Over 600 men went through the two rush periods, although some were not eligible to pledge. This year marked the last time deferred rush will be held by Panhellenic and Inter- fraternity Councils. Nancy Williams, who served as a hostess for Delta Upsilon during the fall rush, shows prospective pledges the fraternity's scrap book. s 9 Tilly, Alpha Chi Omega president Marie Simmons sifts through flour with other sorority heads for a silver spoon with her sorority's name on it. Competition Messy ln Winter Ulvmpies Licorice ice cream flowed thick and eggs cracked as UT Arlington's sorroity coeds showed their "athletic prowess" in the Phi Delta Theta Winter Olympics in December. Members of the six womens' groups com- peted in tricycle and wagon "chariot races," tossed eggs, tested their abilities with the shot and javelin and fed each other melted black ice cream-blindfolded. Delta Zeta placed first in the Olympics. Alpha Chi Omega was -second, followed by Zeta Tau Alpha. Trophies were awarded at a dance given by the Phi Delts for sorority members and their dates. Phi Delta Theta, formerly Alfasig, has sponsored the coed competitions for the past three years. if F v Q .?3""wh 'Mi' 'ii En Ami Janet Hardin suffers through a hard splash in a round of musical tubs in the Phi Delt sponsored Winter Olympics. P ,- ' ' N 1' 'hug U'-f,,v W or .mug 59-ft?-fig 0 4" gf wg' iq ' og' Q O 0 mv aw' IO C eos Q fo. ' a A blindfolded Zeta, Jorja Jackson, handfeeds melted licorice ice cream to her sorority sister in the Winter Olympics. Campus coeds also punched their way into sweatshirts while wearing boxing gloves and competed in several field events. E , Ti N unnfin 5995 A -ver-'E 'x ,Q A i .h"s ff Baptist Student Unionis Homecoming Float "One Nation Under Godi, received several awards. Homecoming Bonfire Attractsl I 5 000 Fifteen thousand Arlington residents and university students witnessed the lighting of UT Arlington's Homecoming bonfire Nov. 8. Work on the bonfire began some two weeks before as campus fraternities collected scrap- wood and other materials. A helicopter was used to add finishing touches to the top of the pile. Fraternity members served as guards. The Fijis were honored for gathering the most wood. Sandra Griflin was crowned Miss Dixie Belle Saturday night at the UT Arlington- Arkansas State game by Acting President Dr. Frank Harrison. In a game deciding the Southland Conference championship Arkansas State edged past the Rebels 22-21, A Homecoming Parade was held in the morning through downtown Arlington with over 100 entries. Singer Neil Diamond ap- peared Friday night after the bonfire. Others receiving honors during the Home- coming festivities were Jim Pritchett and Candy Beach, Mr. and Miss Rebel Spirit. Phi Delta Theta fraternity received the Spirit Stick. . 4 is Thousands of area residents and students gathered to watch the burning of the Rebel's giant bonfire. The Fijis won the award for gathering the most bonjire wood. 28 UT Arlington ran into trouble in the closing minutes of the Southland Conference title deciding game with Arkansas State. The Indians downed the Rebels 22-21. Sandra Griffin, a 20-year-old junior, was elected Miss Dixie Belle. Congratulating her are Acting President Dr. Frank Harrison and school spirit leader Johnny Reb, Scott Taylor. -U'--is in-' Freshman class beauty candidate Teresa Gofrorth seems relatively undisturbed despite. being surrounded by campus beasts Dale Smith, Randy Berry and Ronnie Morrison. The four competed in the Beauty and the Beast Contest. Kathi Harrison tcenterj was named Miss Sweden in the SAB sponsored contest. First runner up was Debbie Bridges Kleftj. Charlotte Groce placed third. Campus Contests Name A Beauties, Uglles i ? Coeds practiced their smiles and males 5 'Til Aa its worked on their grimaces as competition p , tsl-'PXX began in the Alpha Phi Omega sponsored rfsr S sg it Beauty and the Beast Contest in December. K i" 'M The contest pitted campus groups against ts f '- -, one another in order to make money for a ,J as school gift. Votes were sold for a penny each. gk is Delta Zeta's Biff Ord won the beauty title while Mike Kirkland of Trinity dorm was named as most ugly. Awards were presented at the Christmas Snow Ball in December. Kathi Harrison was chosen the girl most likely to be a Swede in the Student Activities Board sponsored Miss Sweden competition. The contest was part of a week-long series of displays and activities honoring Sweden. Debbie Bridges was first-runner up, with Charlotte Groce taking third. All were blondes in keeping with Nordic tradition. 3!l or 5 - ali- F A stogie-puffing Alpha Omega deals blackjack at the Monte Carlo casino, part of the Fling A69 celebration. .WWW Fling '69 Features Paulsen, Casino A Monte Carlo gambling casino and tele- vision comedian Pat Paulsen's barbs were highlights of the Fling '69 celebration honor- ing UT Arlington's second birthday. Blackjack and other assorted games of chance emptied packet after packet of money flake? while a semi-formal "Evening in Paris" dance was being held at the same time, March 7. The day before a giant Texas-shaped birth- day cake was cut at an afternoon birthday party. Paulsen, a CBS comic, performed that night along with Aaron and Freddie, a ven- triloquest and dummy team. Fling '69 took the place of Old South Week, a tradition of several years which was abol- ished after Student Government did away with the Rebel flag and theme. Both the Fling and Old South were sponsored by Student Activities Board. V, Q. 4, ug W Two coeds watch with interest the hands of card players at the Fling '69 casino, held as part of the UT Arlington second birthday celebration. Fun, Work Highlight Greek Week Activities Greek Week began March 23 with Campus Canto, a song and dance competition with the theme "That Wonderful Year". Phi Gamma Delta and Zeta Tau Alpha won first place honors. On Monday evening, John Putman, listed as one of America's 10 most outstanding young men, addressed college students and the general public in a speech in Texas Hall that praised students in America today. Put- man said that the Greek system is successful because it is "working toward a common goal and cause, learning to accept fault in things held positive, moving forward with these posi- tive values and accepting the negative values a person has. "The brotherhood of men transcends the sovereignity of nations." The Greeks hosted a picnic on Wednesday at which orphans from the Lena Pope Home in Fort Worth were treated to an afternoon at Forest Park. The children had big brothers and sisters at least for one afternoon, and were given an Easter egg hunt and games and refreshments. Friday the Greeks cleaned, trimmed, painted, and mowed several blocks in Ar- lington. Friday's activities included com- pletely repainting, inside and out, of a church. Saturday evening each pledge was pre- sented at a formal ball at the Blackstone Hotel in Fort Worth. Zlvlphi Chis present a tribute to the late Walt Disney and the wonderful year 1955 as their contribution to the Campus anto. A few rain-soaked Greeks attended the annual Blue-White game held during Greek Week. It marked the final spring scrimmage for Rebel gridders. -4""' If Two jubilant Phi Delt gold miners dance to celebrate their imaginary gold Greeks haul piles of rubbish from a run- findings in the California hills in the Campus Canto wonderful year of 1849. down section of Arlington. Paint slinging Greeks spruce up part of run-down section of Arlington. C 1 4- if x .1 s Even the eaves aren't missed when the Greeks conduct their clean-up drive. Finals, Commencement Climax Yearis' End ii Acting .President Frank Harrison presents his first degree at graduation since assuming the unwersityls top administrative post. fy , ww-wr' WK v Sophomore Donna Knox studies for one of her . , , final exams. The son of a graduating senior appears to lose interest in his mother's commencement ceremony. Qinally 5 Controversy 1 Hel1elFlag Abolition Stirs Contra versy' UT Arlington student government resolu- tion 132 has generated more student unrest and controversy than any other action in the history of what had often been called "Apa- thetic Arlington." In the simple act of passing a resolution, a student government on its last day in office abolished on April 29 the Confederate battle flag and called for a phase-out of the entire Rebel theme. The resolution brought the flag down on July 1, 1968. A committee was appointed to find a suitable flag and theme replacement. The Rebel theme was a 17-year-old tradition at the school. Agitation by several groups for several months before action by the lame duck stu- dent governing group had called for replacing the theme on the grounds that it discrimi- nated against minorities, especially Negro stu- dents because of the association of the Rebel with the Confederate States of America and the Civil War, fought partly over the Confed- eracy's rights to hold slaves. Opponents to the resolution began organiz- ing the same day the first of 4,400 student signatures on petitions calling for a referen- dum. The next day, between 500 and 1,000 students staged a peaceful demonstration call- ing for the student vote. Efforts to rescind the resolution during a very stormy first Student Congress meeting failed to receive the necessary two-thirds ma- jority required under a new constitution which went into effect with that meeting. Action by then-President Jack R. Woolf during the summer led to the holding of a student referendum in December, 1968. Students sign petitions protesting in May the actions of Student Government and Student Congress and campus-wide referendum on abol- ishing the Rebel theme. 'y Q' x "-:ug s -1-ng 5,5 Q .- Inn-ng-i' - Wig - -u-1:5 9 in.. .WW Mba fy wif ' 1 ff- ,ss ,Z .ft fy -Q x Z ix. as , X 7 sf -W , s yi . s f at i ,JM .sm .Ls UT Arlington's Rebel flag comes down for what may have been the last time. A student government resolution abolished both the flag and the entire Rebel theme by July 1, 1969. 4 llwijgl f - - Ima" lx. ' 'ao' 'tsrorffw E Campus security officers raise a new flag bearing the official school seal after the Rebel flag was brought down July 1 by a Student Government resolution. Champions of both sides of the flag issue were eager to be heard at the first meeting of the newly elected Student Congress. Bill Slusser, left, called for rescinding the resolution passed by a previous student government. Fred Bell was recognized from the gallery and talked at some length about his desire to have the flag pulled down permanently. An estimated 1,000 students staged a peaceful demonstration on the UT Arlington campus Government's abolishing the Rebel flag and theme without first conducting a referendum. April 30 to protest Student S The Rebel Issue The following comments reflect what we believe to be a fairly accurate survey of the wide range of thought and feeling on the Rebel flag and theme issue. Cer- tainly there are others involved in both sides of the controversy who are as articulate spokesmen for their beliefs as those whose views are presented here. However, we feel these six statements illustrate the very definite differences of opinion present in this controversy. Burnice Smith Negro student leader "Black students" have been members of the academic commun- ity of the University of Texas at Arlington since 1963. With the flower in Integration in one hand and the look of Brotherly Love in their brown eyes, many students of colour were and still are being slaughtered by what white society somehow deems is a college educa- tion. An education which has no regards whatsoever for the needs and the attitudes of "Black Stu- dents" destroys the "Black Stu- dent" and the "Black Community." The "Black Students" of the University of Texas at Arlington demand that this mental, psycho- logical and social slaughtering cease now. Editor's note: In a personal note attached to his statement, Smith noted that it is difficult to express in only a few words the effects of what has happened to him per- sonally in his lifetime, to the Black People for the past 400 years and what has happened at this Univer- sity for the past six years. By Jeff Hensley Student Congress President Let's go back to the early part of last spring semester when the issue of the theme's offensiveness was first raised by a small group of Negroes and whites. At this time my reaction was very much the same as the one I have wit- nessed in many other people over the last nine or 10 months, I felt that a group representing a minor- ity was raising altogether too much trouble over a small point. One word can be used to sum up my initial attitude: Closed. But, gradually as I listened to the argu- ments against the flag and theme, I opened by mind. I became con- vinced the Confederate theme was sufficiently offensive to significant numbers of students to justify removal. The most important considera- tion is the personal offense which the Confederate theme inflicts on the Negro student. Imagine your- self a Negro student, entering the Robert E. Lee Suite of the student center for the first time. As a Negro, what would be your reac- tion to the lovely couches in the suite? The ones with the portraits of Jackson and Lee in the uphol- stery. Look closer. In between the portraits of these fine gentlemen is another picture, one not so pretty. It's a Negro slave hoeing cotton in the field. Okay, so perhaps 80 per cent of us white students agree that no ill feeling is intended in the Con- federate theme. What does that assurance mean to the black man when he thinks about the theme? DOES IT MEAN he can laugh off the fact that white students with black shoe polish on their faces were sold in slave auctions during the Old South celebrations as recently as four years ago? Does this phrase bring to him a mental image of his great-great- grandfather pulling a bag of cotton between the rows? What do you think? The following is a reprint of an article from the Feb. 28 Short- horn, the campus newspaper. "The Rebel theme is truly not a racist symbol, but we must realize it has become one in cer- tain areas and to some students and faculty," Dr. Frank Harrison, acting president of UT Arlington, told the Student Congress. Harrison said "I feel the Ameri- can people do not always insist on majority rights but will listen to others and insist on sportsmanship and fair play." Harrison said he would act in any way possible from an admin- istrative standpoint, depending on the decision of congress pertaining to the theme. BEFORE A packed gallery Har- rison said, "The theme is a very divisive issue. It is not the type that over a long period of time, will solidify the activities of the campus. "Although the referendum rep- resents the majority, it does not measure intensity of feelings." Speaking for both sides, Har- rison said, "I would like to point out that the opposition has not presented an alternative. If this alternate decision comes from all the students, then it might re- place the current theme." Referring to the national con- notations of the Rebel theme, Harrison said he believed the theme would eventually be phas- ed out. "The time scale on phas- ing it out may take one, five or 50 years." HE SAID the actions of both the protagonist and antagonist must be a democratic process, and neither should resort to overt action. "I believe our image on the national level is hurt by the Rebel theme," said the acting president. "I know that it causes some prob- lems in faculty and athletic re- cruitingf' Michael Jones is a junior math major from Ft. Worth. He was picked at random for his opinion. He has not been active on either side of the flag controversy. I suppose my stand on the flag and theme issue is what most people would call the "neutral" or "fence-sitting" position. As for myself, I am not really very con- cerned about what theme or flag we have. I don't think any of the various opinions expressed on it are en- tirely wrong, but I think we are all wrong to some extent in over- emphasizing the flag and theme. I do not think that tradition alone is important enough to warrant keeping the flag and theme, nor do I think that the present "rebel" theme was specifically designed to discriminate against certain per- sons. It all depends upon the way one interprets it. A person can build up a persecution complex over almost anything if he devel- ops a psychological hostility to it. In short, I think our univer- sity's preeminence as a university should come first. This issue seems similar to parents' fighting over what to name their newborn son. Whether his name is "David" or "John" or "Cholmondeley Perci- val" really doesn't matter. It's his future and development as a responsible human being that mat- ters most. .9 THE vi?-as By Donna Darovich Shorthorn Editor This university is sick to death. Sick of being branded a racist, bigoted, hate-infested institution all because of a single issue. There is the anti-theme side. These are the students, black and white, who claim the Rebel theme is offensive. SURELY THE theme should have been considered by these stu- dents before they decided upon UT Arlington and if they found it undesirable and a threat to their well-being, they should have re- considered their choice of univer- sities. It is our belief that a great portion of these students did not decide until very recently that this university's theme offended them, mainly because they were told they should be offended, whether they were or not. Many, many students who could care less were beguiled or forced to take a stand which they did not necessarily agree with. It is the white students, the self-appointed moralists who need- ed a band-wagon to jump on, who have made the most noise. THE CIVIL WAR has quite wrongfully been placed in the center of this issue. It has been almost 104 years since the Civil War. The injustices of that war cannot be forgotten and they shouldn't be. They should be re- membered as should any distaste- ful history so that the same mis- takes might not be made again. What happened 104 years ago is neither the fault nor the responsi- bility of the students at UT Arlington, and when those stu- dents wave their flags, prejudice and the Civil War are not what they are upholding. You can't change the past by changing the present. P W L Don Taylor Member, Student Congress Today there are those who, through words and actions, speak of violence and bloodshed-of rights and humanity - of distinc- tion and heritage. So, there lies a Rebel within each man-an undying spirit that shall not cease to exist, nor die from oppression. Yet there must never be forgotten the rights of all concerned, for all cannot be right. Those rights of self-determina- tion must be protected, withstand- ing the pressures of demand and threat. For there is both a separate and united heritage for all men, a past that we must all one day learn from - undeniable and true. There have grown from words, converse connotations of our Rebel heritage. Connotations change with the days, and history remains truth. The future shall always cleanse the past. Someday, upon reminiscing, the value of time- honored traditions will be realized. Our heroic Confederate ances- tors, who by their sacrifice per- petuated unto us and our de- scendants that heritage of valor and chivalry and honor shall not be forgotten, lest history be changed. The Rebel theme and fiag sym- bolizes in part a continual monu- ment to the remembrance of the fighting spirit and integrity of these honored Rebels. Would we be any less a Rebel should we choose to fight for these principles we feel are right? James Neal, a strong Rebel flag opponent, engages in an impromptu de- bate with students on referendum day. 4. 35- A gl fit i P,v-Wifi? Elf fiiliiti. F D Rebel flag boosters used a helicopter to advise voters. Confederate battle flags appeared on sorority and fratern- ity tables in the student center the day of the referendum. gr 9 . '3-22 at .-A s ,gf gf- 505 -. .. M. WQESSLS., .,, x 47: fy, 1' me 5- kwa v Nm. A k ,Wm , W, , ,Inv-' ' is. le- 'Keep Rebel Theme' Sha ws Referendum The largest student voter turn-out in the school's history was recorded in December as 4,497 students voted on the Rebel theme. Results of the referendum showed that by a four-to-one margin, the voters wished to keep the Rebel theme, The referendum gave students a choice as to whether or not they wanted to keep the current theme and if not, they could choose from a lengthy list of alter- nate theme suggestions on the ballot. The referendum did not concern the Rebel flag. The flag was removed as the official school flag last summer as a result of a Student Con- gress bill. According to a vote by Student Congress, the referendum results were to be sent to the UT Board of Regents who would have final jurisdiction as to whether or not the theme was retained or abolished. The results of the referendum were accompanied by a report compiled by Glenn Day discussing the various past actions concerning the theme of the stu- dent body and the congress and the different reactions of the press, faculty, administration and the students. In early March the Student Congress re- ceived Day's report and sent it on to the various campus channels before sending it to the Regents. The referendum and the controversy sur- rounding it saw the campus divided into two different factions, those who supported re- taining the flag and theme and those who opposed both. In March, a majority of those students who opposed the fiag and theme, all of whom were black students, presented Acting UT Arling- ton President Frank Harrison with a list of 20 demands which included the initiation of special Black-oriented courses, the abolish- ment of the portraits of Robert E. Lee and other southern heroes in the student center and the ousting of the student center furni- ture which pictures Lee and slaves. When the demands were not immediately met by the administration, a group of Negroes came on campus and removed the old South motif furniture from the Robert E. Lee Suite of the student center. Following the incident, the Free University program began sponsoring a series of Black- White Dialogues in which both white and black students met to discuss and attempt to solve the problems of the situation. North Texas Area Multiversity Proposed Sporting a name that the new had yet to wear off, UT Arlington was faced with two more mergers in Sep- tember. The Texas College and University Coordinating Board suggested UTA be taken from the UT system and combined with North Texas State University and Texas Woman's University, both in Denton, as one gigantic multiversity. In 1965 the then Arlington State College was trans- ferred from the Texas A and M system to the UT system. In 1967 in a realignment in the system, the school name was changed to the University of Texas at Arlington. Under the present plan, each school would retain its own identity, president and administration. However, a central governing board would be set up to cover all functions of the urban commuter-type college. The Coordinating Board cited an Nindefensible defi- ciency" of doctoral graduates in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and a need for long-range planning as partial reason- ing for recommending the tri-college system. A student attending this extensive campus would be enrolled "at large" and could conceivably have classes on each of the three campuses. The UT Board of Regents also presented a plan which called for a merger by UT Arlington- this time with the Southwestern Medical School and Southwest Center for Advanced Studies. This plan would unite UTA's ex- panding graduate and graduate programs already offered by these two facilities. As of March, no action other than the presenting of the recommendations, had yet been taken by the Texas legislature. However, a bill calling for the establishment of a UT at Dallas did receive the attention of the legislature. It calls for the inclusion of the Southwestern Center for Advanced Studies QSCASJ into the state system operat- ing in its present status until 1975, when a four-year university would be added to the existing facilities. In October several state representatives from Dallas, Fort Worth and Denton engaged in a panel discussion gfllthe UTA campus in order to explain and debate the 1 . The Chambers of Commerce in Arington, Dallas and Fort Worth all approved the bill prior to its presentation to the legislature. The UTA faculty, in a special meeting, voted unanimously not to merge with the two other in- stitutions or SCAS. Architect's conception of a mall-type campus to be completed in the 1980's. ,fin f X ' ff I. X , K X X VW ,. ,Q,:f,,ff--Nfl , ,. , 2, gr nw .gg ,V Tia . -. f .f ..- ,fs Zi... f if WV 1 4 . h ,y , V' fpwy x-m X V .J - 1 - x , ' W 7 f A s 1 '- ga x , , ff f, , L ' ff W f L X , W W f , ,,,,,, , ,A.mxw -,ay Q aM , , -'ff -' 1, fggp mf' Mgi, f . K if Mgvivfggyy ,, :a,, H , f ZW' - , f'."f'RFf1f?lfv'2 If h " , gf ' 1 ,,, WEA, A 1 V I f I v a, 11. S f 1 4 C J ij-14',,tl,. V P , , , , - gr 5,43 , . X . '- f wg S , N -,r .FV "vi gf 'Mr yi I . , ! s 2.4 ' is 'Qi ,mf ' J? Nfl' 4' 9 UUKLUIBHU H211 Rf . . 's 5 581 B3 43 X NW ' 1 X SX X X Q M N K3 x , x " ' f Yi 19625. x 'f :mfs -, f yx X KW,-. 5' x p gg' I X, A f' z f . - ww 1: f Q Q , y x sw. i- ff-sw. 'fu M X - - , ,gf 'X ,- 'A - K ww R' x" - fax A, 'wi A, 4..fg.,w - ff .4 A 35 X fag, ,ing ik, pi- fu , ,, , . ,, W - wilff X . W Nw f, 9, ,Raw ' W ss.- -A L? Board Sponsors Uampus A ctivities The Student Activities Board, nicknamed SAB, provides cultural, social and recreation- al programs designed to make free time on campus more enjoyable. Using two dollars of the S21 activities service fee, SAB provides big name entertain- ment, movies, dances, parties, speakers and seminars. Some of this year's SAB-sponsored activities were the ski trip, homecoming fes- tivities, the Snowball, Presidential Forum, fashion fair, exhibits, country of the year and the UTA birthday party. Six activities councils Work together to plan and coordinate activities. They are Lead- ership, Evaluation and Development CLEADJ, Entertainment, Forums, Hospitality, House and Publicity. The Board invites all fulltime students to Join. Night club comedian Aaron Williams and his friend Freddy appeared at the Pat Paulsen Playboy Magazines Britt Fredrickson 1968 Playmate made an ap- pearance at the SABfAlpha Phi Omega sponsored Playboy Fashion Show. f' ,gif 'NJ 45' Mariachi musicians The Baja Marimba Band performed in the fall. concert during Fling '69. 'W " N . Ti is 'T 4 W qt 2 . '-1 u. AVI rou "U with People!" made its second appearance in as many years at UT A national young peoples' touring g p, p Arlington. Television comic Pat Paulsen brought his famous brand of running comment on everything to the Fling '69 celebration, commemorating UT Ar- lingtonis second birthday. ummm 5 '- -- my f' gwiivwf va-x GL- . , !i Z'7 1 W YK - A' tif i' ii? fy . 2 a H. QV' . Student Cangress Jeff Fall President James Livermore Spring President The Student Congress of UT Arlington be- came one of the most active and powerful bodies on campus this year as it wielded its ruling powers to encompass a myriad of cam- pus issues including the Rebel flag and theme controversy. The group changed its name from Student Gary Van Hemert Government to Student Congress this year Ar?Egg?g,ifnfE,2?SE1rer and took a new and active part in governing ' the student body as it initiated several re- forms. The congress is composed of representatives from each of the four schools on campus, the J9SSi9 Hall inter-dormitory system, the inter-fraternity Recording Secretary system, the inter-sorority system and the Charles D0bbf" freshman class. gggjfsglndlng Several working committees study and rec- ommend procedure on the many bills the congress introduces during its meetings. These Bud Boynton Public Relations Director committees are the academic affairs commit- Patricia Allen tee, the research, evaluation and development Engineering . .f g A h committee, the university finance committee, Becky Backof fi" " A 'fi L Nf- the grievances committee and the traHic and Science -" P E ' parking committee. Paul L. Davis g With the exception of the parliamentarian Liberal Arts K ij,i,tgQf'l fi and the recording secretary offices, two differ- is ent slates of officers have operated on the con- 1, N fr gress this year. President Jeff Hensley's resig- Wayne Fink c ,. T gs nation in the fall promoted vice president, EHEIHGFTIHS tgf' N "aff James Livermore, to the president's chair, Chuqk Glffmd J-f 3 and elections were then conducted by the Dscffnf? , t ' Tr congress to select a new vice president and iw Wmgspne 1' . . nter-fraternity f 5 5 other officers which became vacant. Bill Saun- Council T ' l ders took Livermore's place as vice president and Art Seifert became treasurer with Charlie Dobbs as corresponding secretary. Gary Van Hemert remained parliamentarian and Jesse Hall, recording secretary. Student Congress members discuss the Rebel theme issue during a stormy meeting in May, 1968 i I K if 4' 5: 1 - . , f .... .-.X....,.., Don Taylor Science Tom Wallace Inter-fraternity Council Jim R. McClellan Chairman Richard M. Jones Vice-Chairman Sharon Clark Recorder Maurice Barksdale Wayne Locke Inter-dorm Council John Madden Engineering Shirley Martin Inter-dorm Council Glen Page Liberal Arts Stan Perry Engineering Dale Phillips Liberal Arts Martha Rogers Panhellenic Joan Stott Panhellenic Robert Helpinstill John Huggins Charles Ingram Student Judicial Board The Student Judicial Board was founded on the belief of a need for justice through peer-judgement. This new addition to the governmental structure of the student com- munity is another step toward achieving stu- dent responsibility over student matters. The Board, which has the jurisdiction to decide on several questions arising in a stu- dent community, often has the final say on such questions as a violation of University parking and traflic regulations, election rules, and related disputes. It exercises influence on all components of the University, providing a channel through which student concern and opinion can be expressed. Constituent Council School of Business The purpose of the School of Business Con- stituent Council is acquainting the school of business student body with student govern- ment. Through their representative to Student Congress, the Council voices their opinions and ideas. The 15 active members are headed by officers John Trapani, presidentg Larry Bogue, vice-president, and Janetta Choate, secretary-treasurer. Dean W.. B. Nelson spon- sors the Council. Joint Council of Student Engineers Representatives from each of the 11 engi- neering organizations make up the Joint Council of Student Engineers. Members are elected from their respective organizations or from the school of engineer- ing at large. The Joint Council serves as the highest level of student government within the engineering school. Council officers are Gary Trietsch, presi- dent, Roger Venable, vice-president, Lloyd Mitchell, secretary, John Madden, treasurer. The sponsors are Dr. John Patterson and D. R. Wilson, Larry Bogue Jennifer Brittain Shirley Chandler Janetta Choate Sheldon Gerron Tom Heying Tom Higgins Roger Lindsey Arthur Luis Ron Parham Donald Rawe Bill Saunders Carey Caldwell Paul Crabtree Bill Gardner David Gradick Frank Harmon John Madden R? , , .:.. Marla Markham T . 7 gi'l C lei Lloyd Mitchell - . so Morris Narunsky ftirrb- 1 Richard Qualls Gary Taylor Gary Trietsch Roger Venable Ar ? Ol x Q r 'dv ,qui 710 K ---v Rev I' .vt . xl All u Ronald Pyle Dalton Rhea Clarence Babers Mary Ann Beaty Claudia Cayton Susan Cherry Paul Davis Charles Ingram Hans Kreupling Evelyn Langston Bernard Long ,ii I I ,. ,D rl Q can x . , Q NK, Helen Eggleston Lou Fink Ken Hagstrom Jerry Keating Carl Mulcahy David Peterson Student Assembly Liberal Arts The Student Assembly of the School of Liberal Arts consists of an elected body of 25 students chosen from the School of Liberal Arts. The members represent their School at Student Congress meetings and sometimes submit resolutions to the Congress. Six officers are elected by the Student Assembly. They are: Joe McCully, president, Gary Van Hemert, vice-president, Susan Huff, treasurer, and Hans Kreupling, secretary. Melvylin Pace Janice Ramette 4- Harry Robinson Burnie Smith Patti Tilson Gary Van Hemert A dvisory Council School of Science The Student Advisory Council of the School of Science provides an intermediary body to function between the student body and the faculty in the school of science. . It affords the students a method for bring- ing their views to the attention of the Univer- s1ty's administration. Three representatives from the departments of biology, chemistry geology, mathematics and physics compose the 15 members of the council. Officers include Helen Eggleston, chairman, Dalton Rhea, Vice-Chairman, Jack Melton, secretaryg Carl Mulcahy, Parlimentariang and David Peterson, Student Congress representa- tive. Dean Peter R. Girardot sponsors the council. 'Nw 34 , ,-"Y 2 ' 1 n TH Q- 1524 X f" nm ii S 'Q ,1 A .nf U V, ' 4 5. ,J ,f r x 1 A' VY .4 fl? gf. .. , ffwdwn . Q ,mffggf - xv .J Q' 4. 0 1 22, QQT30 gf, if 1 A wwf Q 5 if if ' 1 -VS' ' . M I fw yu.-w-3. ,, , 4 ,X,,, , , , K' w 41: , -5, - I ' ' ffifl ' K 5 rw 41 3 i vi .1909 aka 1 ?,W .J H nf 's A f ' n , o U P , --dv" ,li .. P f J 4' Jw -X 1 3' Sarorities And Fra tern 'ties qw- . Q l' i f t 5. 4? K if-33 gi X, J 'N :fy gs SGS.: K' ...A Y n ':""'Y- 1 ,.. . 5. 1 20 . x ev-, D Mary Jane McCarthy president Linda Atkins Pam Bodiford Marilyn Boult Sandra Cate Sandra Cox Sharon Dyer Lana Lambert Sue Luck Martha Rodgers Kathleen Shannon Jeanie Smith Zeta Tau Alpha surprised the soon-to-be Alpha Chi Omegas with a cake which they delivered to their table in the SUB. ,rf , ,ya laugh he Ns it . ,W ix 5, Panhellenic Council With the coming of national sororities to the UT Arlington campus, Panhellenic has gained in strength and effectiveness. UT Arlington now has five of the 26 National Panhellenic Conference members. NPC collegiates are Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Zeta, Phi Mu, and Zeta Tau Alpha. En Ami sorority is also a member of the campus Pan- hellenic. The aims of NPC are expressed in the Pan- hellenic creed. "We, the undergraduate mem- bers of women's fraternities, stand for good scholarship, for guarding of good health, for maintenance of fine standards, and for serving, to the best of our ability, our college com- munity. Co-operation for furthering fraternity life, in harmony with its best possibilities, is the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activi- ties." Panhellenic sponsored a fall and a spring rush which will be replaced next fall with pre-school rush. Working with IFC they parti- cipated in all Greek Week activities including the service project, Presentation Ball, Campus Canto and a reception for parents. Panhellenic officers are Mary Jane Mc- Carthy, presidentg Linda Atkins, vice presi- dent, Sharon Dyer, secretary, and Marilyn Boult, treasurer. Ruth Crary, Dean of Wo- men, is sponsor of Panhellenic. .345 .x, . Xl X P K is-. ' 5l tm lnterfra ternity Council Fraternal organizations contribute an es- sential factor to the 'direction of campus life and activities. The Interfraternity Council's purpose is to offer a common goal for the social fraternities on campus and to utilize the enormous resource of community efforts With- in them. The highlight of the year is the IFC sponsored "Greek Week" when all of the ideas are put into action. Four hundred campus men Went through rush last fall. :'g -.4 Anderson, Eric Kappa Alpha Bibb, Gene Q' - x . Delta Tau Delta Chavoya, Arthur Kappa Sigma y i Gray, Chris f' 'N Phi Gamma Delta ' "'-fr Greenwood, Bob Kappa Alpha Hamilton, Randy Delta Upsilon Hawkins, Steven Delta Tau Delta Hill, Bruce Delta Tau Delta As Assistant Dean of Student Life, Kent Gardner sponsors IFC. Membership is com- posed of representatives from each social fraternity on campus. Officers this year are Bruce Hutson, president, Bill Slusser, vice- H utson, Bruce Phi Gamma Delta Lemond, Bill Delta U psilon presidentg Mark Smith, secretary, and John Livingston, David Stewart, treasurer. Member fraternities of IFC are Delta Tau Delta, Delta Upsilon, Phi Gamma Delta fFijiJ, Kappa Alpha Order, Kappa Sigma, and Phi Delta Theta. Phi Gamma Delta Luis H, Arthur Kappa Sigma Ka a At ha Horace Crow shows the raternit scra book to a Madden John pp . P f y P , i prospective pledge during IFC sponsored rush. Phi Delta Theta X Maxwell, Bob Kappa Alpha Sluser, Bill Phi Delta Theta Smith, Mark Delta Upsilon W ,X A slam Stewart, John Kappa Sigma 2 X i""!f Rushees fill out Phi Delta Theta information forms during a rush smoker. Linda McCaskil, who served as a hostess for Delta Upsilon, was one of many campus women who helped the Greek fraternities with rush smokers and parties. w"" rv x., i- 4 p Q W, '-: ffxmsiw--' 'QW Alpha Chi Umega Sans Souci, UTA's second oldest social club, pledged Alpha Chi Omega on November 17, 1968. The afliliation with the national wom- en's fraternity ended the history of the local organization which began in 1923. In three months the colony pledges earned the 22 pearls for their lyre badges. Initiation week- end, February 14, 15 and 16, was highlighted by the presentation of the charter to the Epsi- lon Lambda chapter and its 29 charter mem- bers at the Carnation Banquet. Epsilon Lamb- da became the eighth chapter in Texas and the 111th in the United States. Alpha Chis have an abundance of sweet- hearts. They are Lynn Petrelli, Delta Tau Delta, Marie Simmons, Phi Delta Thetag Georganne Spoon, Phi Gamma'Deltag Judy Cagle, Alpha Phi Omega, Vicki Barker, ASCEQ Toi Smith, ASCET and Linda Atkins, Kappa Sigma Starduster. Vicki Barker is a Rebel cheerleader. Linda Atkins, Miss Grand Prairie 1968, was chosen a UTA favorite. Debbie Bridge was first runner-up in the Miss Sweden Contest. Mickey McCoy is a featured twirler for the Rebel Band. Epsilon Lambda alum Sharon Kay Terrill, is Miss California 1968, and Alum Terry Ben- nett is a Kappa Sigma Starduster. During their colonization period the pledges entertained Phi Delta Theta with a party celebrating their chartering. Alpha Chi pledges gave an afternoon "Fratty Friend" party for sorority members and--an Alum Big Sis-Little Sis party. At Christmastime the pledges of Alpha Chi entertained the children at the Arlington Country Day School. As Soucis they honored the new Dean of Women with a tea. Alpha Chi officers are Marie Simmons, president, Sandra Cate, vice president, Gloria Myers, recording secretary, June Cheatham, corresponding secretary, Luana Nicholson treasurer. Marie Simmons Toi Smith " Diane Sturdwant r Q' Philipa Tillery V is as if Jan Ammons Linda Atkins Vicki Barker Lynne Bishop Mary Jeanne Black Rosanne Bobbitt Debbie Bridge Judy Cagle Sandra Cate June Cheatham Karen Crook Linda Dempsey Joan Edwards Susan Falvo Rosanne Heinze Diane Hooton Judy Hunter Linda Long Linda M cCaskill Mickey McCoy Gloria Myers Luana Nicholson Lynn Petrelli Shari Schick 4. ,r 3 ff' Q. ,inf Q I A .Z A ,U ' r Q-, . A ..,Qf.:?f ., 'l ' gt A Q i - H . "lamp an 1. l :- l 2 . 'Mp 1 We R vt 5 .f , ,V .fa , ms y Lf" H eil QM. . s A V Z. A 5,5 K M. ' A S. ... ,f ffx ,l -, -' 1' 2 ' h 1 L- hwy C ' .t 5414, i 7 .1 4- 4-R" A Q., V f f - E , ' I- is E 7 'R -,E ,. ' fa , Q f .,x 4 . , N- f t .Q I -Q, 5 Q. . "W 4 " ' r V 1- ' ,. V gb ,iq M QB mr f , .gum , , T' fs-N S., A, ,- Yq . t . 15.3 an Q tr ' 1 5. ' l N - V .. .. ,X ,X Aw. Q J xl : X Y' 1,- , , ,tiff . 7 'f if 4 Q, ' say" ' me A V mga 1 Georganne Spoon f is Y V , Q 'Qs 'Y 'VV' nm are A . x ,, 'L X., . , K Helen Weber f Kwai s if Libby Winegar 54 I 'iv Q "" 'f Larry Heath, Beau. Big Brothers of Members of the Alpha pledge class, the first of Epsilon Lambda, are Front row: Alpha Chi Qmega are Mike Christa! Kay Alexander, Connie Bennett, Cindy Strong, Linda Atherton, Viuianne Herrera. Barry Cremgr, Roger Farr and Har: Second row: Karen Finan, Janet Spivey, Nancy Dillon, Eileen Griffin, Gay Freiss, Old Smith. Nancy Nelson, Susan Hardwick. Third row: Karen Hahn, Mary Kellogg, Cynthia Roberts, Nancy Sormrude and Nancy Roper. , HF' .,4 x 2 Q xf-A , 05 Six Alpha Chis, Gloria Myers, Linda McCaskill, Mary Jeanne Black, Debbie Bridge, Linda Atkins and Shari Schick, were finalists in Reveille Beauty Contest. Misses McCaskill, Atkins and Schick were chosen Beauties. Charter Members of the Epsilon Lambda chapter of Alpha Chi Omega. q""'R fi 6 JS Xi M af i 'E at " ,I ' s 5 'ia' I .gy 'f' X4 I "la 8 ' QR ' 2 1 t t 5 Q N A ' -if 1 i Q I ' X sh Vw . 6 J 'l ,v .V A 4 Y I Delta Delta Delta Les Choisies social club pledged the na- tional women's sorority, Delta Delta Delta, on March 8. They are to be initiated this summer. Sandra Griffin and Cindi Coulson serve as Rebel cheerleaders. Miss Griffin is also a Reveille Beauty, Kappa Sigma sweetheart, and Pecan Bowl Queen. Laceys Jan Owen and Linda Graves were chosen Reveille Beauties. Kathy Christal, Pam Sims and Sandra Gregg were elected UTA favorites. The Laceys adopted a family at Christmas and on Valentine's Day hosted a party for the children at the Pantego School. They also donated money to purchase workbooks for the school. The fall pledges gave a party at Arl- ington Villa and adopted a Korean War or- phan. Laceys also performed in the A Phi O Terrell Hospital Show. Sherry Ferguson is president of Les Chois- ies. Other officers are Susan Huff, vice-presi- dent, Linda Graves, secretary and Cheryl Zelt, treasurer. Donna Asa Billie Barnes Connie Bates Karen Benton Nancy Bishop Jamie Bodiford Kathy Christal Pam Clark Cindi Coulson Sue Coursey Sheralynn DeCanniere Sydney Delaune Joy Dunn Pat Ellis Sherry Ferguson Jana Giddens Sandra Gregg Sandra Griffin 1, tw, . Martha Guthrie A K Linda Harwell .sg Dixie Hensley .V ,gg Audrey Henchcliff , YW, Susan Huhf . W,- Barbie Johnson S 4' .... A uf - 'Q Les Choisies Sydney Delaune, Linda Harwell and Judy Madden display a sign bearing their new name, Tri Delta. fi ,X 31 f, 1 Q, ,. X .. .K - ".., div P ff Marilyn Jones Pam Joyce Pat Keyes Dashelle Maines Diane Martin Jeri Mason Laura Milke Jan Owen Nancy Rogers Rene Scruggs Sharon Self Pam Sims 'N ,fx I I 1 1 G4 5 ' , 5 r x Q 'Zn ' 'nf 54 11 M 11 1 , L 5, ,. 'f 446: , I il . . .1-.vm QQ . 'Q' 'ie 0' Q 1 vnu --g... David Johnson Sheri Smith Sharon Soladay Barbara Stuart Nilta Underwood Kathy Webb Linda Williams Cheryl Zelt 0 ff ,L - -rv 'L Fall pledges Sue Coursey and Barbie Johnson compete in the chariot race in the Phi Delt Winter .XX ,V Delta Zeta Delta Zeta, colonized at UT Arlington on April 16, 1967, recei- ed their charter as the Iota Psi chapter on Nov. 11, 1967. They be- came the twelfth Chapter in Texas and one of 180 in the U.S. At Halloween the DZ's trick-or-treated local alums for canned goods and clothes for the Navajo Indians. Iota Psi honored area aluizinae at 11. Foundegts Day Tea on October 24. The Delta Zeta homecoming float' Won a first place in organization and a first place in theme. DZ's Won the Phi Delta Theta Winter Olympics. Biff Ord, beauty candidate for A Phi O Beauty and Beast Contest, Won first place. Distinguished members are: Kay Huggins, treasurer of Alpha Chig Sharon Dyer, Pan- hellenic secretaryg Arla Jo Payne, Geology Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. Delta Zeta is directed by Susie McNatt, presidentg Lynda Mayfield, vice president Crushbg Elaine Pehkonen, vice president fpledge trainerbg Martha Corboy, recording secretary, Jeanie Smith, corresponding secre- taryg and Jo Dora Baird, treasurer. Anita Ahrns Jo Dora Baird Susan Cherry Martha Corboy Sharon Dyer Kay Huggins Irene Liske Suzie M cNatt Peggy Miller Dinah Norton Bihf Ord Elaine Pehkonen Maria Perricone Cynthia Saffarrans Toni Schneider ,---A... ln 4 -in .. L, fur fs 3. .Q 'W , , 'Q ,M I I ff va.-mi , ' . ' , ix 4 Q i M. .,,. ,af 2 A D , ix :CF ,.- it VL: JL is-ag " J Kathleen Shannon ef: ff it A Pat Shumway . M f' 'S Dorothy Smith 1 3 ll We ftg r Delta Zetas cheer for their sisters in the Winter Olympics DZs won the Phi Delt-sponsored games. A - 'Xi - Nancy Steinecke Bonnie Stoddard Helen Sramek Patti Tilson Carol Weiss Paula Young dzcsusses sorority life wzth a rushee Delta Zetas Homecomzng float won Ln both organization and 03 ,ali En Ami In November 1960, En Ami was established on the Arlington campus. Since that begin- ning, En Amis have played a vital part in all phases of campus activities. Collectively they won the scholarship award seven times in eight years. Their honors include Ann Reagan, Reveille Beauty, Susan Behnke, Pistol Team sweetheart, Jenny Baker, Rifle Team sweet- heart, Marilyn Boult, Panhellenic treasurer, Lana Lambert, Interdorm Council representa- tive, Joan Dawson, Mam'selle for Neiman- Marcus Fashion Fair, Joan Dawson and Liz Einhaus, Outstanding SAB members 1967-68, Kathy Bomar, Forum Council Chairman, Susan Elder, Hospitality Council chairman, Debbie Aydt, assistant editor Shorthorn, Carmen Escaieda and Jenny Baker, associate editors Reveille. En Amis are led by Tina Barnett, presi- dent, Johnnie Barton, vice president, Cathi Hickman, secretary, Sharon Camp, treasurer and Joan Dawson, pledge trainer. P. K. Anderson Marti Atkerson Jenny Baker Barbara Balvin Tina Barnett Susan Behnke Moonyean Beil Kathi Bomar Marilyn Boullt Brenda Callaway Sharon Camp Nancy Chandler Joan Dawson Susan Elder Carmelita Escajeda Linda Garza Pamela Greener N A ii e A 1 fi D. lm U' .KX 2 Af. I . ', 'Ms W fi 1 1 1. M.-- fl Q- rf ri.. if ii 'az Kuff Ji. il U ' sf.. .4 25" , H ,M 3 fri., if . 44' Q is sf ,271 -wk ' J , V. whiz- 1 - " Wx. F S T -V , Wg, P" Z . S X yr 1 .Syn Z2-is ,, A, . ,K K Q17-:V Cathi Hickman E '21 , nn ' En Ami pledges boast their contribution to the Homecoming Parade. TNC' if" ' 1 ' F Iii? Q - ' ' ' , fi H i C F D . . Q X U 4 ,Z .is li- ,nl .Nil 'I fp .M -W? THQ ' a mikilil LLYDE Loo E ON flrfc ...,...-53 3 Nui, 1 rr ak D AW.. S I x Z "' L . ," ..i. r , , l M, . N. , ia, , 1+ r a-- ,s' r 1 4 is 'f Doris Hill Vicki Jackson Blanche Lakota , 11 M I 12 f We . et, J 'F ing l"" x " ff? sri 'Ml hu", Bob Crouch Gardner Chambliss "Speeding" toward the finish line are En Ami sisters Joan Stott and Barbara Baloin. Beau Pledge Beau Lana Lambert if Elaine Vranes Pam Winget Jane Wood 4,4 Big Sis Susan Behnhe pins En Ami active pin on Nancy Chandler while Jenny Baker and other sisters look on happily. 1 ei. , S N ' X 1 x y Venita Lovelace Linda M cLerran Barbara Morris Jane Neeley Ann Reagan Barbara Reed Paula Shallcross Colleen Snowden Laura Stith Joan Stott I lx -.1 . Barbara Totten Barbara Morris presents the "Best Pledge" award to A'Ree Kersen during the En Ami Initiation Banquet held for their fall pledges. Q ft . I r V we .X LL , I X . .J 1.91.1 .f- , ,gi . -J . bl S lgs Q0ek Sandra Cox Debbe Crayton SQEUQS P Phi Mu Phi Mu, second oldest national women's fraternity, was the first National Panhellenic sorority established at UT Arlington. They were colonized on April 16, 1967, and became the Epsilon Zeta chapter at installation cere- monies on October 21, 1967. Phi Mu has three sister chapters in Texas and one colony. Na- tionally there are 107 Phi Mu chapters. Phi Mu began the UTA Blood Bank for students and faculty and received state wide recognition for their "Bleed-In" idea. Phi Mu activities include a Founder's Day Banquet, Big-Little sister slumber party, a Carnation Banquet and the National Convention and leadership conference. Cathie Wincovitch is president of Epsilon Zeta. Other officers are: Mary Ellen Gann, vice president, Terre Miner, secretary, Debbe Crayton, treasurer, Susan Franklin, member- ship director, Mary Ellen Nipp, pledge trainer and Martha Rodgers, Panhellenic delegate. atti Elder Dean Mary Gann Janet Jackson Linda Lou Jones Terre Miner Karen Pollard Martha Rodgers Freida L. Turrentine Cathie Sue Wincovitch Glenda Zimmerman f 5 . ' .L--. ' 'xi f' ,V Q1 1- " ,f " .151 ' H .V is V my " fs. ,,,g . nl, f 15? 'rr-ga 21, D , E W . . . -W Jaw. Q, I . . M of .. - ,,,, - SL- N ,T .- 'Xf- vf 'Cb' 4 I .fr-gy' ,V WWA, gh. gig sais why? , fy? Vg Ay' u1, ,.y, , is ,M ' s ' 344,55 9 x f X Y. Phi Mu Martha Rodgers plays musical tubs at the Phi Delt Winter Olympics. IIA. na?14SZa'1A. , L'E?519'YV""""ll'4H2lI5l"'.TfZ'..."'lZ2AQ1lfS YW Phi Mu's join together for an evening meal. '51 0- P NR.. Tommy Boorman Phi Mu Beau aw,wq.,...,,K.N 8 rm' -1. ,ft I f ,vm 51:5 it QR, L3 5 wx, It if N, ' 441,551 ff ,.f .Styx ' 2: ll! , W'--if A M : f A -:feng X 1 ' , . sv" .. , J, ' f ,,,.1 , . .sv . , ,,, ffm E li 15' xl A Phi Mu looks relieved knowing that the egg she is tossing in the Winter Olympics is safe in her hands. Q. . rv- 'X Zeta Tau Alpha Avolonte, UTA's oldest social club, was pledged to the national women's fraternity Zeta Tau Alpha on Oct. 3. The ZTA colony was initiated as the Zeta Sigma chapter on April 11-13. The Arlington group is the 13th chapter in Texas and 114 in the United States. The Zetas involved in campus life are Cindy Hall, Miss UTA, Mary Jane McCarthy, Pan- hellenic presidentg Donna Beaird, Rebel Band majoretteg Cindy Hall and Cindy Campbell, Kappa Sigma Stardustersg Mary Locke, Sam Houston Ritle's Sweetheart, Jackie Lay, Staff sweetheart, Pat Cloughly, Insurgent Team sweetheart, Cindy Sabatucci, B Company sweetheart, Pat Taylor, FIJI Lady of the Black Diamond, Vicki Sheldon, C Company sweetheart and Rebel cheerleader. Jorja Jackson and Vicki Sheldon are UTA favorites. Zeta Tau Alpha spring pledges are Susie Brewer, Donna Crenshaw, Carole Cunning- ham, Jeanne Fields, Jill Flinton, Gayle Gor- sick, Donna Hazlewood, Sandra Hill, Mary McMurtre, Linda Mackey, Pat Moore, Cheryl Obert, Debi Oliver, Linda Stobaugh and Beverly Wilson. Executive oflicers are Pat Taylor, presidentg Jorja Jackson, vice president, Cindy Hall, recording secretaryg Mary Jane McCarthy, corresponding secretary and Pat Cloughly, treasurer. Bunny Alexander Becky Backoff Donna Beaird Jeannie Brinson Sarah Bryant Linda Bush Cindy Campbell Angela Capote Cathy Cheek Pat Cloughly Ann Dalley Ray Gamble Mary Godfrey Cheryl Grihtin Cindy Hall Linda Hicks Susan Hoffman Karen House Pg ' rt: ,lawns , "X " fl I 4' , g , ,f av MQ 9' 'V 1,-qi. s f f. 'W r N2 ,. .1 , X X G.. we s 'S X 1 Jorja Jackson Keri Krueger Zeta Tau Alpha had a float and a car in the Homecoming Parade. .... 'li .L ' 'Q ir., lm 5 E W .i f'- if rv' ff i M 1 Irene Larsen Jackie Lay Mary Locke Brenda Locker " fu . 'Lili fr if , MV gl' fag 'Mm in 4' ,J I R , is in-'ff Lu'Ann Logan Q R Leigh London A 1. V Sue Luck 'il ve eq- 4 A A 'C' in A -X. ff' Jeri Mahan Kathy Meyer Laura Payne Cindy Richey if Jackie Richardson Cindy Sabatucci Pam Scott Susan Schroeder Vicki Sheldon Pat Taylor Mary Walsh Bettie Williams Suzanne Williams Charlotte Young Mary Jane McCarthy X ,, 1 Jeannze Northcutt X'- ' nv- Larry Wier, beau A Zeta mounted on her sorority beau Larry Wier charges an egg-busting battle during Winter Olympics. into 1 5.39935 I -1 Q ' :9 '- L-.1 , ., 4?f+?n 5, -. -,i .f M 4 rf C, ,Jr ,. Y'- , 93 ,',,af,. , 1-" ' -1. - -9- X l f it ff --1 34 J 5- j ,Y .6 K- aff""1w . ga YZQ Delta Tau Delta After a small beginning on campus only six years ago, Delta Tau Delta is one of the most progressive and respected social fraternities on campus. Forwarding the progress this year were 51 active members and 30 fall pledges. The Delts, as they are better known, par- ticipate in a wide range of activities. The big- gest activity of the year is sponsoring the Campus Canto during Greek Week. This is a group singing contest held among the cam- pus sororities and fraternities. Delt honors include receiving the scholar- ship trophy every year it has been offered since 1963. Individual honors are numerous, including: Bob Crouch as beau of En Ami Sorority, Jim Wallace as UTA cheerleader, and James Livermore as president of Student Congress. The honors of Delt Duchess go to Lynn Petrelli, with Jeir Mason and Jean McDade as her attendants. Rodney Acker Leslie Baxter Jim Beggs Brian Bibb Gene Bibb Jon Charles Black Bill Blankenship Robert A. Brouch Dale Brown Bobby Bush Billy Cade Mark Carter Donny Crawford Gardner Chambliss Tom Cremee Don Crowe Charles Dobbs Bill Dollar Larry Dunn James Falls George Felix Ronald D. Foster Jacque Frazell Sam Garrett Chuck Gifford Phil Grafft David Wayne Hampton Thomas Harris ll Sweetheart Lynn Petrelli enjoys the homecoming parade despite the cold 25" 'EN Bruce Hill Taylor Iluebner James Leuins James Livermore Robbie Marflis Jim May Dave Moore Raymond .Moore 19" Lynn Petrelli, Sieeetheart Ronnie Morrison Walter Nichols Bryan Renfro John Resiveir John Philip Riddle Dawson Smith Joe Gary Smith Paul St. Charles Esthel Strouble Richard Teague Norman Tindall Jan Wallace Tom Wallace Tom Ward Delt brothers Chuck Gifford and Wayne Hampton give the extra effort to win the intramural football championship. Delta Upsi on Founded in 1834 at Williams College in Virginia, Delta Upsilon expanded to the U.T. Arlington campus in the fall of 1967. The membership on campus has grown from Miles Bryant and David Rogers to a roll call this last fall of 27 actives and 15 junior members. Continuing a national tradition of commu- nity activities, the UTA chapter has expanded into local activities. The American Cancer Society always depends upon DU's help in its Larry Adair Harvey Atchison Layne Bradley Robert Brown Miles Bryant Joh n Ronald Casper Ronnie Castleberry Tom Candle Brian Clem Ken Cox 9-r M , Q ' f 'i nit 2, 159511 Rb -Ami Q Vi 'LN A-it N .wx gl A 1 H K , I. Fx , . , x annual fund raising drive. Also, their improve- ROV Dennis i p in W' : 4' l ment projects at Randall Mill Park have Sain Dick ' ' R it T earned a citation from the Arlington Better- . X ment Association. I A ' On campus, Randy Hamilton receives hon- g ors as Phi Mu beau, and Mark Smith as the , fall secretary of l.F.C. Honors are obtained 1 1 5 i'f' W. on the athletic fields by Sam Martin in foot- gon? gffaldgon 'T "Q," ball, Mac Whiddon in tennis, and Rodney BgZbV'II?.:5n wager if ' Wilson in bowling. ' ' Y- A well rounded social life is also enjoyed it by the brothers. Everyone looks forward to s' A the White Rose Formal, the Gringo Get- together, and the Texas-O.U. Weekend. A H, ia Otlicers for the fall semester were: Randy Barry GOOCI' Zi Q 4' f my ff' Hamilton, presidentg Miles Bryant, vice-presi- JOIW Griswold .lol if 2 fi' 5' dentg Bob Helpinstill, secretary, and Larry Randy Hamilton McSpadden, treasurer. 3 5 , 9 Helping at spring rush were, sitting, Jennifer Strit- matterg Pat Shawg Jeannette Coburn. Standing, San- dra Reeseg Shari Ninsantg and Mary Lynn Hebert. Brothers gather for fall initiation. , -v w., GFX v-- X --- . I 1 .m KL R N 1. Q, j N J. X? X nl --x I- n " A- ' u . , - AIAA! o X , Q pr Q R A 9 Aff X. 'D 'I -1 Tom Ilawhins Bob Ilelpinstill Ron Iloneyeult Bill Lomond Don I,1'Uesay Som Mcz1'tirz TfVuIlhv lllorzreczl Roger Ray Dowel Shepard M' ark Smith Rodney Wilson John Vvflngllt Robert Brown explains DU brotherhood to a rushee. 'Qu' 47:17 Deborah Kraus, Sweetheart I ffj hh ,365 Jfzp. 5 f wa A7 kklriyigiiwvl Fifi Phi Gamma Delta was originally organized as an off campus social group known as Tri Chi. In 1967 Tri Chi was initiated as a colony of Phi Gamma Delta and received a national charter on August 25, 1968. The Fijis, as they are commonly known, place a high value on campus and community projects. Each holiday season the Fijis enjoy a Christmas party and an Easter Egg Hunt with one of the sororities at the Lena Pope Orphans Home in Ft. Worth. On campus they a take full advantage of the spring fever with the "Hat Grab" between the campus sororities. The semester is capped off with the Fiji Western Day and Rodeo in which all of the Greek fraternities and sorori- ties compete for prizes. Campus leadership is also a key to Fiji brotherhood. Dale Philips and Chris Gray are in Student Congress. Bruce Hutson is Inter- fraternity Council president and Scott Taylor serves as the school spirit symbol, "Johnny Reb." Cheerleader John Matheson cheers on his brothers Mike Baylor, Robert Overton, Charlie Soladay, Mike Stamps, David Wollen- man and Walt Hammond in varsity sport events for the Rebels. Roger Farr Steve Flusche Rickey Graves Cris Gray Bob Hackler Andy Haden Bill Benton Walt Hammond Bruce Hutson Mike Jarrett Randall Kildow Mike Lance David Livingston Carl Marshall Mike McMillan John Merrell John Morosco Thomas M. Norton Jerry Oats Ronnie Overbeek Robert Overton Christy Patrick Q Orsen Paxton B. J. Polk - A Frank Prochaska Brett Ray Douglas Reid Pat Remington .L Q ,1 ' ' 4 .MC ... 4. Monty Anderson Gerald Baker Rod Barber Jeff Barton Mike Baylor Scott Bradford Tom Brown Bovie Browning Ronnie Chambers David Clark Tom Daily Jack Diehl 'R' ' x y ' 'Sn 1 4-W W ma . , If -W . vs ' Lk f r Larry Able Y pg vw X' ,Lag 15-r I ,. , 4 g . --. .Aw gg L. to-L , fQ.t..... H 5 -N - :ni :Q fl in 'x 2 L 4',:g .. 'W' Q U tc. if 70 H Dale Stephens Alan Stockard Scott Taylor Steve Tibey David Tipton Bill Walther John Warkentin Kirk Welden Wes West David Wollenman Richard Zemenick Robert Zemencik V-,X Steve Roe Sandy Sanford John Shear S. D. Sheppard Rudy Smith Michael Smith Charles Soladay Mike Stamps Fiji brothers Bruce Hitson Jack Diehl and Rod Barber con gratulate a fellow Fiji Mike Stamps after a victorious football game. frm fi? 'av ,- s..t, 3 , tive?-:Q '- Ni hc' 3 .4 70 11 as Kappa Alpha Urder Founded in 1865 at Washington and Lee College in Virginia, Kappa Alpha Order ex- panded to the U. T. Arlington campus on April 26, 1968 as the Delta Iota Chapter, with 16 charter members. Since then they have played an influential role in campus life. The brothers participated in Greek Week activities last year when fellow Greeks per- formed community and campus services. The brothers were rewarded for their school spirit on campus with the Spirit Stick. This year the KA's will continue the Old South Week activities with games, and Old South Ball and an all-school dance. Personalities on campus include Frank Tay- lor, Weightlifting champion of the middle weight division, and varsity golfers Steve Bur- ford, Gary Payne, Rusty Stricker, and Bob Greenwood. Officers are Eric Anderson, president, Bob Greenwood, vice president, Jim Knox, treas- urer, and Ralph Caraway, secretary.. Faculty sponsor is Kent Gardner. Eric Anderson Ronald Keith Bain I Cecil H. Brewer Ralph E. Caraway Horace W. Crow William E. Duke Victor L. Garza Robert Greenwood James C. Henry Robert O. Hollingsworth Taylor M. Huebner Walter K easler James Lloyd Robert B. Loveless Gregory McDaniel John C. Marin Charles A. Martin Robert Maxwell Brothers promote enthusiasm at a football rally. Kappa Alphas were awarded the spirit stick for their active support of sports activities. ga-QHEP :ORD A is 5 I H at .i STUDENT CENTS awp, X. Johnny Clinton Morrow Dayton Paschal Gary R. Payne James L. Robbins Rusty Stricker John Wakefield Larry Webb James M. Winton YQ , " -1 n 4 .iff Walter Keasler Dayton Paschal and Charles Marttn carry Kappa Alpha brother A f 1' sl: Q ' e 'J 'sig J .'., s. 'K , is ,J Phi Delta Theta The small group of Arlington State dor- mitory students who organized as Les Res Premiers, the First Kings, in 1961 probably never realized that their small brotherhood would, in just seven years, evolve into one of the most powerful and accomplished fraterni- ties on campus. The Les Res Premiers became known as Alpha Sigma Chi, or Alfasigs, and in Decem- ber of 1968 affiliated with Phi Delta Theta, national fraternity. Phi Doug Russell represented the U.S. in the world olympics this summer and won two gold medals. Weldon Grisham was captain of the Rebel football team. Dick Hill and Skip Butler were named to the All Southland Con- ference team. DeWayne Gray and Al Kraft are track captains. Winter Olympics, a highlight of the fall semester, is sponsored by the Phis for the campus sororities. Community service is em- phasized by supporting a Greek orphan child and by sponsoring a Christmas party for de- linquents in the Dallas Detention Home. Officers for 1968 are John Feik, presidentg Tom Schneider, vice-president, David Jack- son, secretaryg Leo Davis, treasurer, Barry Cremer, parliamentariang Terry Gilbert, war- deng and Weldon Grisham, chaplain. Alvy Dodson Sherwin Eskew fx 4? John Feik r" ' - 'J 'ff' " Jim Foster Gary Gansert Greg Gansert Olie Garrison ! Terry Gilbert as Keith Graham 1 1 V Weldon Grisham ' W fr-sv 'ga-,a Q Gough Grubbs .. Larry Heath V Toy Henson "' 5 WM Dick Hill Aubre Howell 'f r.:a 1 f ' David Huckaby , . Bob Isbell , ' R ,M David Jackson " Steve Jenkins " Robert Johannesen 'S 41 . David Johnson 1 3. 1 F Roy Anderson Mike Barnett George Bellomy Steve Bowers Larry Bowman Gary Brown Greg Brown Jack Burroughs Skipper Butler John Cadena Steve Cavender Pat Childress Johnny Colgin Howard Conine Barry Cremer Rex Crosswhite Ric Cunningham Leo Davis 1 'S -sh Q rw ' I if g, J V 'LT ' ' .. 4 W, . tl if- M - if ,, , ,ff 5 ' lp' 6 ""'- ,, , 6 nj 'Uv 4: r 1' ' 3' J ,L ' x 5' 1 Q X -Aa h 4: H A ' at s A is V- .- Q ' K 'v 3 'CN .a- " f' X , f , 'un il A N rf wh A Y 1 wr el v 5- John Jones Greg Kent Gordon Kinney Doug Koebernick Al Kraft Walter Linn John R. Lopez III Jim McCoy John Madden Diane Martin, Sweetheart Stan Perry Jon Ransom 0 W fir, ,N , ,.. A a fr A -at da, Marie Simmons, Buddy Reed Gary Roark Walt Robison Tom Schneider Danny Scott Brack Shaver It S weetheart M in ' J ,C Bill szusser , Q! J fi Glenn Sodd 7, 0- S.'9'K if M Q: 'ca ,Q ft, 1 .- tif, - fl 4- Mike Soward H - ,p Z Q, 5 ij.- f f Y - Charles Smithson Jisvf -,N EXW- 'mf' L P A S John Stockton in ' i' ,i Q, Terry Stuart Q E, XL AKAI .. Cordel swmdze A' M " Q Hal Thorne , 4 Q E' is Q X Charlie Turner 3 y -rf? ' 3 'K 'F T- fc: K- if Q :R 1, Rusty Vaden 'ft 4 ' lg W -New , '- it W. ' ' Q -N ,S v. - 5, '-- Bruce Wilson 1 -. Hough Wilson 45 ',,. M 'ffl :AS N - V. ' , Winter Olympics include a Greek beauty contest. Larry Wolfe Steve Wright ,,,V.f- . -,. , fa Kappa Sigma Kappa Sigma, originally founded in 1400 A.D., is looking forward to celebrating its 100th year in North America. The accomplish- ments of the Theta Omega chapter on our campus have followed years of tradition. Na- tional ofiicers Willard F. Rockwell, Worthy Grand Master, and J. Robert Mahony, Execu- tive Director, recently visited this chapter and deemed it the most progressive Kappa Sigma chapter in the Southwest. This honor has been earned through various campus and community activities. In the community, the brothers gathered forces and spent a whole weekend moving the local Y.M.C.A. into their new building. On another occasion they cleaned the grounds at the Eastern Star home for the aged. Participating in campus life are varsity athletics George Medland, Bill Saunders, Richard Prince, Don Jordan and Bret Malott. Other campus leaders include Bill Saunders in Student Government, John Stewart, presi- dent, S.A.B., and Robert Frazier as a Rebel Cheerleader. Kappa Sigma excells in social life as well. Various parties such as the Founders Day Formal, pledge-active parties, the Hells Angels party, and a spring retreat to the Ozarks pro- vide encouragement for the brothers through- out the year. Officers are: Arthur Chavoya, Grand Mas- ter, John Meade, Grand Procuratorg Jim Bennett, Grand Master of Ceremoniesg Gary Newsom, Grand Scribe, and Monte McCor- mick, Grand Treasurer. Chena Gilstrap is faculty sponsor. Mike Harpold V Richard Hoeckendorf F A "'- Charles Ingram ' ' Larry Jernigan Don Jordan Jeffrey Kirkpatrick Eric Koncak Richard Lang Greg Loyd John McCormick Jerry McGill Bryan McMahon Ronnie Appelbee Jonathan Arostegui Jim Bennett Tom Boormun Arthur Chavoya Mike Christal Marty Christie Leonard Cochran John Dobbs Durman Dunaway Ronnie Dungan David Dutton Sid Eppes Rob Frazier Brett Malott John Meade Qc I , :. ki, ' 1 Ad A George Medlen Gary Moore Paul Morawski Don Neely Gary Newsom Eric Olcott James Payne Len Pennock Robert Pickett K , if A757 1 1' YS-.h A hand of brotherhood is extended at the Kappa Sigma lodge. .ew 1' -Nr' Sandra Griffin, Robert Pitchford Richard Prince Jimmy Pritchett Ed Reeves Dennis Rollans Bill Saunders Mike Scott Tommy Simmons Jim Spalding Mare Stephens John Stewart Mike Swain John Towery Rocky Walton Ronnie Walton Charles Welch Tom Wolfgang Lynn Worden Sweetheart Stardusters The Little Sisters of the Star and Crescent is a select group of women who have repeated- ly shown their enthusiasm and willingness in working with Kappa Sigma fraternity. The Little Sisters or "Stardusters", as they are sometimes called, were initiated Sept. 7. Their functions include aiding in Rush and serving as official hostesses for the lodge. Among the titles held by the Stardusters are Miss UTA, Miss Dixie Bell, Miss Grand Prairie, Miss Pecan Bowl, president of Les Choisies sorority, two campus favorites and three Reveille Beauties. Sororities represented include Alpha Chi Omega, Les Choisies and Zeta Tau Alpha. The president of the Little Sisters is Sandra Griffin, Kappa Sigma sweetheart. Little Sisters Terri Bennett, Martha Arwine and Sherry Fergeson battle their Kappa Sig big broth- ers in a scrimmage at the Kappa Sig lodge. rl sw A 1 Kappa Sigma president Arthur Chavoya chats with Stardusters Sandra Griffin, Linda Atkins and Cindi Hall. 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'iqfvfil A W2 Q38 A 4" F I' Q 1 5 f s Urganiza tions ig-5' Dr. lllargaret Wiley f- James Everett Robert W'alforcl Patricia Andrews 1 Arlen Barksdale Anne Beeman Terry Bennett ,- Bette Bronstead Katherine Brown John Bunt William Cade Daniel Capers Dianne Carson Claudia Cayton Marilyn Clark . .., o ' Sharon Clark 'I Elaine Coville ,Q Barry Cremer W3 Avis Crisp fr-'X Gary Cumbie l ri A' Suzanna Dana X A X fi fy .3442 Raymond DeBrooke John DeMarines John Doerr Paula Dorsey Alice Ellis Jon Estes Luces Faulkenberry -ss I A., Lou Fink Frieda Forcht G. C. Freeman Jon Gibbons Douglas Hance Jr. Clista Hancock Gary H aynie X 'rr " ' ' L. gy J gf L52 'AAO' 5 " "bfi wsgfv, fsfmfei iv, .im 6' sf , w " to ln' A i Alpha Chi Recognizes Scholarship ,gn 'D' fm, wi-"ll:- eilfvag .ritz-Y, , l?iYlEi?35Eglv, lhr"fglys"lliyi X. . ,I 'lin' '15 Q ljwllf if riiilafiflzf inf? tif ig, u:.""siq fm- '-- ':'.gq-Q - 'f-0' 32' U iir f,'t'!3i' Sltgiu :QBEUY Dr. Margaret Wiley performs installation services for this year's officers among whom are James Everett, Gary Van Hemert, and Dorothy Powell. Alpha Chi, an honor society for juniors and seniors with a grade-point average of 2.5 or better, is designed to promote and recognize scholarship and those elements of character which make scholarship effective. The organization, which is sponsore'd by Dr. Margaret Wiley of the English Depart- ment, hopes to help UT Arlington grow academically by having speakers on such subjects as foreign universities and various educational problems on this campus. The motto of the club is "Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." Officers are James Everett, president, Gary Von Hemert, vice-president, Sharon Pannell, treasurerg Clista Hancock, recording secre- tary, and Dorothy Powell, corresponding secretary. X Dr. Margaret Wiley presents the Region Il scholarship of S150 to James Everett. Dwight Hill Michael Jones Jerome Keating 'Ft' Mark Kelly fr- ',, Mary Knight Wea wr--Af JN J Se if-Q avi 1 Q.. -N., an' :Olav '84 'Fur ,f - 1 -X ,X in , QrX xr ,. f Ag,-ing-wg-"Ld, . 1- f fa Viz, , f' :fl I h ' em 2, 'x 4. D N ,17Zb 91' -is Donna Koch William Koerner David Lamance David Levy Carolyn Luck William Manrum Roy Markham Ruth Metcalf Thomas Moseley William Mueller James Neel Sharon Pannell James Pearce Dorothy Powell Ronold Pyle Dalton Rhea Thomas Rogers Billy Schulze Patricia Sessions Kenneth Simpson Judith Dale Smith Patricia Taylor Diane Tucker William Van Hemert Jr Lee Westerbrooks Darlene White John Wollenman Tommie Wood ampus lltilizes A Phi 0 Service Theta Tau Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega received a national award in December for its work encompassing more than 5,000 hours of school and community service. The chapter was ranked 11th in the nation among schools with more than 10,000 students. UT Arlington officers traveled to the national convention in Washington, D. C. to receive the award. They also received an armband and pin from Astronaut James Lovell which he wore on his flight around the moon. They are in the national Alpha Phi Omega headquarters at Kansas City, Mo. Projects of the chapter included organizing variety shows which were presented at the Terrell State Hospital, maintaining a lost and found office, and serving as election workers during campus campaigns. A Phi O members also sponsored a Foster Parents Day, the Beauty and the Beast Con- test, a sports car rally and tutoring programs. Members served as ushers for the graduating exercises. Community service projects included sponsoring a Scoutorama and Boy Scout Sun- day. Although a service fraternity, A Phi O has a program of social functions including honors and pledge-active banquets and champagne rush parties. The sponsors are Dr. Floyd Cash, Charly Harrell, Donald Majka, Col. Charles Mc- Dowell, Harry Meissner, Elwood Preiss, Fred C. Reagan and Dr. Allan Saxe. Judy Cagle, fall semester sweetheart, was re-elected for the spring semester. Ron Albertson Jim Atkins Ralph Baldridge Ken Bates Mark Biebighauser David Bolen Bill Booth Earl Bradley Carl Britton Ron Brooks David Brown Bruce Buckner Gardner Chambliss 'itf .i'e William Clayton Glenn Day John Derr Dennis Duke Chuck Dunlap Mike Fitzgerald Paul Flohr Leroy Garcia Alpha Phi Omega officers Lane Bradford, Larry Minter and Ron Brooks display the letter informing them that their chapter was ranked 11th in their school classification. Larry M inter President - Fall Judy Cagle, Sweetheart Lane Bradford, President- Spring :J sw Mike Story Don Wible Dale Williams Paul Woods Dean Charles McDowell, Sponsor tar as al l Kirk Gay Comer Gilmorw Crayton Gordon Loren Hart John Hamilton Jim Hampton David Harmon Gordon Jacob.son Robert Kirby, Deceased George Lawton Jim Lilly Chuck LoPresti Bob McCarty Larry McKee Jerry Mathis Kerry Moseley Lavon Motley Don Park Fred Parker Richard Parker Gene Parrish David Peterson Harry Phipps David Pinson Bill Powell Dana Rittiman Dan Simmons Don Sloan 1 rg- - I . 351 Alpha Phi Omega members George Lawton and Don Park watch the signing of a-telegram sent to Olympic swimmer Doug Russell. Experts Speak To Accountants Meetings with guest speakers acquaint members of the Accounting Students Associa- tion with various fields of accounting. The club, which is sponsored by Dr. Allen H. Savage, Dr. Walter Austin and Dr. Ralph Estes, also holds social activities. Membership is open to all students who have enrolled in or completed three hours of accounting. Officers are Roger Lindsey, president, Jennifer Brittain, vice-president, Patricia Sessions, secretaryg and Larry Bogue, treas- urer. Monty J. Heying Paul W. Hill George A. H intgen Nina Kinard William A. Koerner Joseph S. Korosech Bob J. M eCown Tonya Rae Patton Elizabeth Roberts Patricia Sessions Gay L. Vandiver WV' i is L Larry M. Bogue Jennifer Brittan Roger G. Lindsey President Dr. Ralph Estes Sponsor shirzey N. chandler 'I all 4 2 K K, ,J 4. sf Q x , , x i,,,,,, oh Patrick N. Williams Arlington Press L' ub The UT Arlington Press Club promotes activities on campus for journalistically-in- clined students. The majority of the members are also staff members of the three UTA student publications. Officers are Donna Darovich, presidentg Layne Bradley, vice president, Joanne Wim- berly, secretary-treasurer, Ken Roselle, par- liamentariang and Don Sloan, entertainment chairman. Sponsors are Roy Moses, Paul Blakney and Ernie Leister. John W. Dycus Carmen Escajeda Tommy Geddie Cathy Himes Dawn McRae Bill Saunders Don Sloan Karen Smith Terri Turner Reginald Washington Donna Darovich President Kay Alexander Jenny Baker David Banks Sandra Cate Mike Daugherty ' ii . 5... My at 7.5, ws 2 ' f. i A a gf ' A G A bg H i..-17. .. ' . 2 3. Q 1 F' . , -" S :,:..m+ Ay' lv lc, PH Ei 'ian .J ,A Q 5 x YF' I s li . mj,ff,gff if . A rv saw., -v rw Donald M erkley President '34 aff 4, A V Q., in iv. B i Al . A' . x S Mike Braswell Pat Carrington Wayman Chunn Ron Clark Stanley Gatchez Walt Hammond Doug Hance Frank Harmon Don Hodde Jim Leith Don McPherson Paul March Marla Markham Duane Morris Morris Narunsky AIAA Host For Sonic Lectures The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics was this year's host for the Von Karman Lectures, sponsored by the national organization. At the annual event Dr. William Sears spoke on "Aerodynamic Noise and Sonic Boomsf' In addition to its technical meetings and field trips, the chapter hosts all technical meet- ings of the North Texas Professional Branch of AIAA and the Southwest Paper Competi- tion for graduate and undergraduate students. Membership is open to all students inter- ested in aerospace. Officers are Donald Merk- ley, presidentg David Sellers, vice-presidentg Frank Harmon, treasurerg and Donald Mc- Pherson, secretary. The sponsor is Dr. Jack Fairchild. David Pinson James Pottinger o vu Michael Schenermann 5 David Sellers Quin Shepperd Eddie Smart William Spence William Spruce ., . Paul'Theilig at-.-s. Richard Tullos . J A Stanley William . Chung-Tung Yue mari! lu 'r sl! N54 AIA Chapter ls Unique ln Nation In March, 1968, UT Arlington became the only school in the nation not offering an architecture degree program to be granted a charter by the American Institute of Archi- tects Student Chapters.. The Arlington chapter hosted the Texas Regional Conference and sent representatives to the National Student Forum at the Uni- versity of Michigan in November. The chapter also participated an orientation program for high school students, sponsored a classical guitar concert by George Haddad and held a sidewalk art sale. Membership is open to all architecture majors in good academic standing. The officers are William Drawbaugh, presidentg James O. Wright, vice-president and Don Wade, secre- tary-treasurer. R. B. Ferrier is the sponsor. William D. Drawbaugh President R. B. Ferrier, sponsor Gerald S. Akin Fred R. Anglin Walton R. Baucom Ralph W. Bauer Jerry L. Bird Ted L. Blackerby Robert B. Connell Thomas R. Corkery Keith M. Covert Richard Dickerson Thomas J. Elliott Gregory Gant Kenneth R. Gowens Danny Griffin Don Higgins Tommy Kam Robert Kelley Charles R. Lambert Jim Lilly Danny R. Mitchell Larry Murphy Ken Shamburger Patricia Shaw David Shiftlet Charles E. Smith Valerie Taylor Dewey E. Thompson Robert D. Wade James C. Wright .F . i 'jx' . 'Pi g .. -at i ey rf i r H311-' if if , 1 -as U' i 'C' K if fy my .- wi . w- N V! 'S 1 . Ss. , if Y f Zig .id .R A O i F, ' ff? 1 ' t i f. Vin' General Tire representative Delmer Dague teen- terl discusses his work with AIIE sponsor Dr. F. A. Meier and president Larry Kelso. Engineers Visit Mexican lndustry Touring the General Motors and the Ford automobile assembly plants in Monterrey were highlights of the American Institute of In- dustrial Engineers' field trip to the Mexican industrial center. Institute members visited television and small appliance manufacturers as part of the three-day trip. Campus activities included lectures by na- tional industry representatives, including Johnny Meyers with American Airlinesg Delmer Dague, General Tire and Roy Hunt, AIIE Region Nine vice-president. Sponsor is Dr. F. A. Meier. Bill Gardner and Carey Caldwell were representatives to the Joint Council of Student Engineers. Offi- cers are Larry Kelso, presidentg Brian Black- marr, vice-presidentg James Mills, secretary and C. W. Collins, treasurer. 1, TIME 11771 Tffnffvr fnnrtf HllIl'fiC0ll Institute f Imlustrial 51 .gnu 1 is P13555 N TS' I AIIE members chat with American Airlines ohicial Johnny Meyers Meyers was one of several national industry representatives who spoke to AIIE members. s,-e ,J req Trix! G I 3 4 e' Xa .SX , 'E S '. lf ' v X -. iw, -if i Q., , ix if Larry Kelso, president David Blackerby Carey Caldwell Jerry Chapman James Daniels Bill Gardner Bennett Harvey Tommy House John Johnson David L. Levy Donald Liles Bill McClinton John Meade J. Richard Mills Terry Naylor Jerome Pecchi William R. Phelps Larry Simmons Lee Taylor David Troncoso ASCE A ttends State Meeting Eighteen members of the UT Arlington chapter attended the state convention of the American Society of Civil Engineers in San Antonio in October. The delegation was the largest student chapter at the convention. Monthly ASCE meetings featured guest speakers who talked on their respective spe- cialties in the profession. The society selects a monthly sweetheart, with a sweetheart for the year chosen at the final meeting. Membership is restricted to civil engineer- ing majors of at least sophomore standing. There are 57 members. ASCE officers are Maurice E. Worrell III, presidentg Robert Davis, vice-president, Joe Hill, secretaryg and Ronnie Morrison, treas- urer. Vicki Barker is the annual sweetheart. Alvin Barton Joseph Bergeron William Bowen Sammy Boydston Paul N. Brotcke James R. Brown Charles R. Burkett Raymond Buzalsky Fred Caver, Jr. Walter Cooper Patrick Flusche Jimmy B. Foster Robert Gnuse Lewis Herring Joe P. Hill Robert E. Hoppe ' Melvin January 'X Robert M. Johnson :K N Roberto Kenigztejn y Frank Knickerbocker A llll lll qi lla l Ulys. Lane, III Wayne McCall John E. M cRoberts Alfred Manz Robert Mardis Lee W. Miller Michael G. Morrison Ronald W. Morrison la ASCE members formed the largest Texas school delegation at the San Antonio convention of the society in October. Maurice E. Worrell, III, it ' President , ' Q Vicky Barker, . , W RWWA' ' sweetheart -'LA jnff 3 ea Y XS. K 5 . Glenn E. Nelson - Gaylon Neumann Mohammed Oden Felix W. Othon Terry L. Prado Homer R. Parker Stanley Reed Howard D. Richardson Richard Sawey Bradley Smith James Turner Wallace H. Walters William Wemberley David Whittaker Hugh Wilson Phillip Wilson Civil Engineering society members take a refreshment break during a monthly meeting. Each meeting features a guest speaker who talks some technical facet of the profession. 5 4--- W . 3 4' A' 130.3 f--.ff ne :sf 5 ,. vc, tx'-f , Gary Tritsch Wendell Moody, a representative of the Soil Con- servation Service, speaks ASCE members during their December meeting. M Joe P. Hill, ASCE secretary, makes a report during a monthly meeting. Also shown are president Mau- rice Worrell fcenterl and vice-president Robert Davis. 2 PM -if-Nr A papier-mache replica of a satellite similar to those serviced by ASCET technicians is given finishing touches prior to Homecoming. ASCET members are shown with their Home- coming float after the parade. ,X A in E QI? ing s!i'9:.f-,HQQQJNF V ,M ' '-s iis f fjzifgrsi? sis if its lf Officials of ASCET include Kstandingj Sam West, sponsorg Paul Crabtree, JCSE representatweg Toi Smith, sweetheartg Don Hodde, presidentg and Jimmy Stahr, secretary. A SCE T lnforms The American Society of Certified Engi- neering Technicians was formed to provide planned activities for members of the engi- neering technology profession. Activities of the Society include hearing guest speakers discuss their respective fields, field trips to industrial sites, a spring ban- quet, and intramurals athletics. Members built a Homecoming float which depicted a space capsule and a giant slide rule. ASCET members are kept informed through the bi-monthly Engineering Technology maga- zine. ASCETS float entry with a giant slide rule and a space capsule sym- bolized the nature of an engineering technologisfs work. 2.-X., 1 1- - A5 ,. 1... .V '--. ., xx A! 11.2.5 -uv-'A Jose Arredondo, president Bramlett, Kenneth Bullock, Michael Cox, Ralph M. Davidson, Sid Delarghter, Donald Galloway, Randall L. Gupta, Vjay K. Johnson, Larry Carroll Kriegel, Larry Leggett, Larry Maclaughlin, Guy Monroe, John T. Moore, Marie Pinkerton, Bill Qualls, Richard Ramsey, Michael J. Robinson, Gary T. Schulze, Billy R. Schwemmer, Karl Tomas, Carols Toub, Samuel G. Wingo, Larry K. Zsohar, Zoltan Sockwell, James E. Theilig, Harold P. Jil . e s, A SME 0 fers Tutoring Aid Industrial field trips and monthly meetings featuring lectures on technical fields were among the activities of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Members competed in the technical papers contest sponsored by the national organiza- tion of ASME and as a group participated in the "Outstanding Student Section" competi- tion. An outstanding student from within the chapter is also named each year. Members also operated a mechanical engi- neering tutoring clinic. Membership is open to any student enrolled in an approved engineering curriculum in any engineering school. Endorsement by the facul- ty advisor is required. ASME oflicers are Jose Arredondo, presi- dent, Michael L. Bullock, vice-chairman, Marie Moore, secretary and David J. Hurley, treasurer. Dr. C. C. Blackwell is the sponsor. H. Student Helicopter Group First In Na tion The University of Texas at Arlington is the first uni- versity in the nation to have a student group sponsored by the 'national organization of the American Helicopter Society. Each year the chapter is invited by Bell Helicopter Co. to a dinner and tour of the companyls main assembly line during the fall semester. During the spring Bell sponsors a tour of its flight test center in Arlington and gives free rides in its Jet Ranger turbine helicopters. The Society also invites industry representatives to speak on their technical fields. The chapter is open to all students. Society president is Jack Tyler. Howard Hollinger is vice-president, Pat Allen is secretary and Jan Brumell is treasurer. Charles Coulter and Paul Buettiker are the sponsors. American Helicopter officers toured Bell Helicopter facilities where they met regional AHS olificials. Jan Drees, Southwest region president greets UT Arlington chapter head Jack Tyler. Also shown are Howard Hollinger, Pat Allen, Jan Brumhall from UT Arlington and AHS ohficers John Duhon, Kip Edenborough, Henry Smyth, E. C. Darlington and J. R. Duppstadt. Computer Interest Basis For Urganiza tion George Baker, president Dr. Melvin Pierce, sponsor James A. Adkins William Fly. Linda Hamilton Randy Tareilo Ray Theiss 4 r pg, Wfgh -sux K f 5' 3 l'ii s f e pl ':'. . fi fties? it i 5 The Association for Computing Machinery was formed to enable students to maintain close regular association with professionals who are similarly interested in computing machinery. A tour of Bell Helicopter, films and a lec- ture by faculty member Kurt Schember were highlights of the club's activities. Officers are George Baker, president, Randy Tareile, vice-president, Linda Hamilton, sec- retary, and Gary Keeney, publicity. Dr. Melvin R. Pierce is the sponsor. Baptist Union Serves Many Student Needs The Baptist Student Union sponsors :if- a W Marcia Allen tivities for the purposes of worship. cnlisi- sr - ,, ., Nancy Cunningham ment, evangelism, study, missions and lf-llowv '- '17 Mike Grahan ship. The organization is active in Friday nighi teen cluh work, participates in midwinter and fall retreats and collects a summer missions offering. Othcers are Nellie Brown, promotions chair- man, Lorenze Johns, evangelismg Buddy Spiegel, enlistment, Claude Wise, missions, Nancy Cunningham, summer missionsg Diane Rush, secretaryg Bruce Loftis, social chair- man, Brenda Knowles, dialogueg and music. Marcia Allen. Lorenzo Johns , Brenda Knowles Bruce Loftis i , l i ,ni 425 E f. NRHON if Tr' wiweeeff- f l t fill 'J ' ,Q M" i' rl dnl " A ' ' at ,n-ga 0 .3 ' l ' ' 1 , ?u."--Q-...s The Baptist Student Union serves its members with programs of recreation, worship and fellowship. The organization has thrice weekly "Noonday" meetings. 'Hill nun!!! nuns A,-..f D, -M ...Uh -'sv' 1545-gf... -. , " . in-'L . H- gzev.. 'hw N, is ..,, july . .' , aerial The Baptist Student Union's float won the sweepstakes prize in the Homecoming Parade with the theme one nation under God. UTA Circle K members were active in the 1968 Presidential election both as a group and in- dividually. The organization sponsored a "Get-Out- The-Vote" project in November which in- cluded posters and signs urging students to participate in the election. The international service group, which claims to be the largest college organization in the world, also contributed to the Good- fellows and the Good Samaritans Christmas charities. Members produced a set of color slides of the campus which were presented to UT Arlington Acting President Frank Harri- son in February. A week-long "Law and Order" program in May featured speakers from area law enforce- ment agencies. Members sold programs at football games and supported the Rebel Club through con- tributions to two football scholarships. Circle K also worked as registration assistants. Organization members attended a Texas- Oklahoma convention in Corpus Christi in April and an international convention in Port- land, Oregon, in August. Circle K sponsors are Harold Burman, Stephen Crumb, Elwood Preiss, Jack Russum and G. E. Smith. Bunny Hawkes is sweetheart. The officers are Bob Alford, president, Grady Langley, vice-president, Richard Thorn- hill, treasurer and Morris Narunsky, secretary. Bunny Hawkes sweetheart Issac J. Russum Bob Alford, president C' N3 5 sponsor , 4 Richard Albin 82, Bill Baird K ' ' , Bruce Cleveland , Aa, 4,-A 2 S - f is ' , ' cs' X f i X 6+ "V, " ig if Roy Climer Earl Heuszel Paul Hill Jerry Jackson Grady Langley Jim Lumpkin . ur ..-...f 'Q fl 1 Tom Moseley Morris Narunsky Larry Oliver James Rakes Jerry Rowan f l James Scarborough ,W 3 L9 W .MY 'ef . ,,., s , 1:31 1 4 4 .11 ' 325' if A o.,, Mike Taylor Circle K officers Bob Alford and Morris Narunsky Kcenterj talk with prospective members at a fall smoker. Richard Thornhill Civil Engineering Society Going Na none! Robert C Davis, William N. Bowen Norman E. Corbitt Robert L. McRee Stanley C. Reed Joe Skelton Gary Wayne Taylor Linda Braswell Linda Haskins Alray Henderson Whatley Horton , , 9 Patsy Jones The Civil Engineering Honor Society is working toward becoming afliliated with a na- tional honor group. The Society has petitioned Chi Epsilon Honorary Fraternity for a local chapter to be- gin operation this spring. Chi Epsilon is a 22,000 member civil engineering honor group with national headquarters at the University of Texas at Austin. It was founded in 1922. Requirements for membership in the Civil Engineering Honor Society are character, scholarship, practicality and sociability in the engineering profession. A spring installation banquet highlights the group's social activities. Officers are Robert C. Davis, presidentg Gary Taylor, vice-president and Maurice Wor- rell, secretary-treasurer. Dr. Richard L. Tucker is the sponsor. YDs Campaign ln Fall Election Campaigning in the November, 1968 elec- tion was the main activity of the Young Democrats. Organization members were active in both local and national elections. Membership is open to any student sup- porting the national Democratic party presi- dential nominee. Officers are James J. Neel, president, Frank C. Murphy, vice-president, Linda Cordell, sec- retary, and Paul Rizo, treasurer. The sponsors are Mrs. Feher, Dr. Howard Green, and Dr. Wayne Odom. Jim McClellan Frank Murphy James Neel John Ohlak Mickey Oxford Sylvia Pearson David Pope Burnie Smith David Strother Gloria Terry Joe Villarreal Dr. Wayne Odom, sponsor Dm-lla Sigma Pi Q W I .,5fQ,m. 4. F 1 - J A 'X Q QQ Delta Sigma Pi Hosts Meeting Delta Sigma Pi, a national business fra- ternity, is open to all business majors who have complete 12 or more hours and have a 1.00 grade point ratio. The fraternity has hosted several events this year including the Business Seminar and the regional meeting of the International Fra- ternity of Delta Sigma Pi in Dallas. During the year, speeches and tours by Well-known businessmen constitute Delta Sigma Pi's pro- fessional events, while their social program consists of after-game parties and several formal dances. The fraternity is sponsored by Jim Cook. Pam Turner is their sweetheart. Officers ins clude Lonnie Chunn, presidentg Jerry Brooks, senior vice-presidentg and Danny Copeland, vice-president. Lonnie Chunn, president Pam Turner, sweetheart Jerry Brooks Ronald Booth Johnny Chaloupka Steve Eliot Sheldon Gerron Brent Haley Brian Haley Mike Hamilton :- E ,sa offs? V 'W " ' 1 wr- A7 - ex b Mfrs , 'Mya' , fe 1' . 2si'fVis,?.mls , f X Q X K , A f 4 ,sf J, tll 1 Tom Higgins Jimmy Holland -limmy Hooks John Loftis Ron Parham Rick Roberts b'5FFH .pf Delta Sigma Pi members join in an informal discussion with experts in the business field. Delta Sigma Pi announces its convention at the Sheraton Hotel to Dallas. The regional meet was sponsored bv UT Arlington's chapter. Dallas night-club entertainer and football fan Bubbles Cash graces the Delta Sigma Pi float in the Homecoming Parade. ff gf' ,gf .Q,1""P 'T w,x,,,.-' ,t,fL:fff",,2-ff -f :X T up Q1 ,ff XX- elf, 'L-"' . f' ' - sf X i , ,, msg ' '- r""'r' nf-F5 get rf g E J bf i. 1 ,l 3' ' vt l Dr. Lee Smith, sponsor of Delta Sigma Pi addresses the group at its Dallas convention which the UT Arlington chapter hosted Epsi an Phi Epsilon Phi honor society is hoping to nationalize its organization to include cam- puses which do have an honor group of its nature. According to its president, Jessie Hall, Epsilon Phi was reorganized from Phi Kappa Theta with a stillening of membership re- quirements. Candidates must have a 2.5 grade point average while taking 15 credit hours per semester. Activities included a lecture series by for- eign professors who spoke on educational systems in their respective countries. The organization also participated in the Academic Affairs Committee sponsored Facul- ty Evaluation Survey. Epsilon Phi sponsors are Dr. Anne Whaling and Dr. Simone Turbeville. The officers are Jesse Hall, presidentg A. L. Reader III, vice-presidentg and Marie Ander- son, sceretary-treasurer. William Burton Billy Cade Sam Caudill Claudia Cayton Susanne Chenowth Gene Coldwell Larry Colwick Gary Cumbie Doreena Dana Joe Davis Sandy Davis Patti Dean John DeMarines Bonnie Dove Robert Eastlake Steve Goings Mack Grady Vicki Jackson Robert Johnasen Karen Johnson Jonne Jones William Koerber Francia M arzonie Cathy Miles Richards Mills Jaci Neiswander Sheliah Nelson Michael Oliver Gary Robinson William Robinson Celia Russell Nick Samijlenko Dickie Sandlin Larry Schorn Ken Simpson Howard S molleck Ronald Smothermon l Patricia Stover Pat Taylor Diane R. Tucker Ronnie Uselton Virginia Wolfenberger X is 2- ', - pf X. Jesse Hall, president ' ' A. L. Reader Ill, - vice-president J' 9 5 A Marie Anderson, secretary .:'.:'... ' Christian Agnew 'G Joe Ahearne l Mary Ann Beaty A ' Q, 1. " g ' is . yy lv Ernest Brady, Jr Gary Brammer Billy Brassell ,. P' as is 'tim We rw- . 1, fat any sl X fm- , fn - Q.. if, ' if ' V Q- fx I 2 I x EVM5' f' f SS? X is V .. dis. "' ' "X sbs V 3? ff f' ' I .f in .,..: 2 ,l . y t -ml' 4. U ' ss. ' ' i . 'V ,I 5 . ,. 1 , 1 h 1 wg, V 4 i A f f .vibe-5441 , . Q, I X, X. . ,,., . ' Q V -,N 5 1, aw.. ' -Q ' fs' X, . i Z 98 l Eta Kappa Nu Sponsors E E Clinic Epsilon Mu, an electrical engineering honor society, sponsors an electrical engineering clinic for students. A chapter of the national fraternity Eta Kappa Nu, the society has 23 members and 19 pledges. Members must be in the top one- third of their senior electrical engineering or the top quarter of their junior class. Oflicers are Sherman Baggett, presidentg Jimmy Cox, treasurerg and James McQuerry, secretary. Sponsor is Dr. C. W. Jiles. 1 '-E57 if if ' Q l U sf, M-in X .J pallla - 5' , .-f "wtf" V My , , ,,, l . . A 0 , x, .4 Help with engineering problems is available at a clinic sponsored by Eta Kappa Nu. Sherman Baggett Robert Adamson David Catter Gene Coldwell Jimmy Cox Robert Davis E ligio Dela Cruz John Doerr -we 4 Jon Estes Nathan Finkelstein Ralph Gay James Grisham James Hamm wg.. . Q' -5 , I' Y at In Lynn Heitman Dwight Hill John Hoskins Larry Lewis Ronald McAfee Phillip McKenn0n James McQuerry Richard Miller Thomas Murrell Gary Nelson Bill Slusser Dan Trent James Waltersheid Lee Westbrook 99 alk 0 uh Ha ds Music Festival Folk singers from regional colleges joined performers from UT Arlington in the fall Folk Festival. The event, the largest ever held here, was produced and sponsored by the Folk Music Club. The group also took part in an Alpha Phi Omega-sponsored trip to entertain at the state mental hospital at Terrell. Officers are Martin Woodruff, presidentg Linda Kaye Rogersg vice-presidentg Brenda Knowles, secretaryg and Harry Hafele, treas- urer. Sponsor is Dr. Jerome L. Rodnitsky. Guitar and bass are often the only accompaniment necessary to present the simplicity of a folk song. Dr. J. L. Rodnitzsky, q 4 Q Q sponsor , 'K Octive Baker Pg S . in 2 -f my - wi f i rf Dan Benton A .. M ' N s K 6 Judy Btngaman o !,pp 4, 4 ln V fvl. X , '.:' Alan Boyd ' ' Q 'D ,'. K r ' Paul Dalton ,QE g A y g . Jan Debee l 'il Q Q I .g,.?Q5'fi':2"9t M , . Teresa Elliott Q , .gs A . s I 4 X, h 'PQ . ff , A , Q. . Katie Fggan at AM p n s. A 4 ff- Q., Q l . - V - 3--... s- t A -FU e . -its- K Diana Fuller L , X... gd 1 at , . X Alice Goodwin K I W .. , . U Teresa Green it K it il N " Harry H afele ' a'a'a' -l""1' ' Cathey Himes f M a .,... Y Carol Hobbs Susan Hoffman A . , ' I we I, Ken Henderson 0 , ' MX fe Q lv 'X K ,A X 4 Michael Kirkland .1 i 'T l"' W Brenda Knowles 'Q Karyn Lee 'vb Roger Long Fred Lublee .3-9 K QQ Vyy,-. M . l Karen McClaine Q 2 6 David Mindrup K W ss Karen Pollard We RQ Xffs. Linda Kaye Rogers li er ' eff Terri Turner fl 5 as Club members are active folk enthusiasts. Local off-campus groups are invited to participate in folk festivals. fi rf' ff . V . l ig? J . I1 Q S ' i l 'sg 'NY 4 4:- 4- ' an A X H4 YJ . .., ty , . t ... X. ,L O Dr. C. F. Dodge, Linda Ashmore A 1 Uli Baur -- Ken Bilger 'S ' John Garth Joseph Herold X if I K ,QA Q k AL Dennis Holler 1 V A Wayne Heskins Ms .Q Q sa R V 'A , ., Bob Humphries L, B ' ' Q- ,i r M - ' . ,,, , Ronald Johnson .R V -f- , i, T ' ki " fy ' " ' Thomas Kershner f 1 4 X , ,- J pf Robert Meyer ll A K' L13 A ? il Benny Plank fx Ross Reinwald Jim Richardson Michael Richardson Sidney Smith Mike Story Sandra Vickers Geala ists g .ts g .,,- i Assemble If I rv---i , la? 'QLL , Field trips to several states in the South- ""' west and to Oklahoma highlighted the activ- Q Q 1 ities of the Geological Society. MQ , . The club, which is open to all students Q3 studying or having an interest in geology, also - fr holds meetings featuring guest speakers, as- 1 wi P 5, '31 Q h sembles mineral kits which are sold to students , ' g, and co-sponsors the Roy Stiff Memorial Schol- ' 5 f arship. f 5 Officers are Dennis Holler, presidentg Jim l ' Richardson, vice-president, Sidney Smith, secretaryg and Ronald Johnson, treasurer. Sponsor is Dr. Charles F. Dodge. K gi- , ji s i x is f fi, A y aft? D7 is Wx li-W 3? , l M. ' 'SSI- M lg , ' 4.5r':iffff ,, ,,,a,,, . ,sf ,,,. , ,eff : M-A fx -Q- .SPOUAU Dennis Holler, right, works with Dr. C. F. Dodge on a research project. Geological Society members work on rock study kits to be sold to geology students. History Club Uffers Heritage lectures In addition to having speakers from the History Department, the History Club spon- sored a series of guest lectures on Negro heritage. The club, sponsored by Dr. George N. Green and Dr. Edward W. Chester, is 'de- signed to develop an interest in history in the student body and to promote a better under- standing between the faculty and students. Officers are Raymond DeBrooke, president, Eloise Raskin, vice-president, Karen Hall, secretary, William Van Hemert, treasurer, Rodney Wells, program chairman, and Sharon Pannell, publicity director. DeBrooke, Raymond, ,,,, -- president N" A, r r L . Hall, Karen 1 3 - Hunt, Vaudrene X ,V - s 3 ' Lacefield, Larry 'in 'V' ' , 2 Lynch, Leslie is 'i1't " 1 W A , ' ' , I z , if X fm. Pannell, Sharon Skinner, James Smith, Sandra Stevens, Deborah Van Hemert, William Wells, Rodney Math Club officials are Dr. Gerald Morris, sponsorg Linda Foster, secretary, Marilyn Metts, social activities, Bill Staton, vice-president, Dr. Michael Lord, sponsor, and Anne Beeman, reporter. it s std fit.. . 173 yf 'Q X 5 Ma tl: Club Hears Guest Speakers Thirty-two students interested in mathe- matics compose the UTA Math Club. Their purpose of establishing student- teacher interest was promoted by a guest speaker, Donald Reynolds, and a coffee held for the Math faculty. Joe E. Redmond Jr. serves as president, assisted by Linda Foster, Marilyn Metts, Bill Staton and Anne Beeman. The Math Club is sponsored by Dr. Mich- ael Lord and Dr. Gerald Morris. ??"' 3 -lr , W I ' . ts i 5 L- B- , ' 'ff' wir-v af 1 il All lg . .I Ji Patricia Bradford Ron Clark Jigger Griffith Harvey Harper King Joiner Lana Lambert Q 'A - 'r , ...N JoAnn Lowery V-'wr ' 51' l , Q Shirley Martin ,g ,F ' Sharon Matthews f L-4 V l aw- 1 ,W if 'avh ' Q , j g 1 Marsha Murphy ' ' .' iw Richard Murphy fl' r x- - .- - - f f- Z' ff ,V M Robert Simmons ' 'X Q . ' gi ,I .5 Diane Sturdivant Q. 'il-f1'lL'-If tl It lnterdorm Council Dances at Lipscomb Hall, a Christmas car- oling party and a homecoming parade float were among the projects of the Inter-Dormi- tory Council, the student governing body for the four campus residence halls. The council, sponsored by Jean Young- blood, strives to be aware of the dorm stu- dents' needs and to improve relationships be- tween residence halls. Requirements for mem- bership are a 1.0 grade average and one semester's residence in a dormitory. Officers are Patricia Bradford, presidentg Eligio Dela-Cruz, vice-president, and Mary Ramsey, secretary. X 4 U 62,8 ,.....,,- 1.3, Y . ' . ii" if 'cr nu ' Z'-' -.-1 Interidorm Council members from UT Arlington's four dorms discuss the problems of on campus living during weekly meetings. Lights stay on late as Brazos House residents study for finals. Jay G. Steindorf James C. Skinner John P. Uselton X! 2 Q .C -6-"xt 5 kji an Robert D. Johansen xl - 3' , . X A Shiv? Jimmy Amend Ted Barron , g Mike Beissner si , "" ff' . 'Vi ff? M Paul Cabness -'L 1" - if , Gary Courtney f iz, Gary Hatjield Wayne Locke 5 f Pat Murphy Bob Simmons Craig Robinson Art James Karen Smith Trinity House UT Ar1ington's newest men's dormitory, Trinity House, has air conditione'd rooms for its occupants. There is space for housing 270 men. An executive committee is elected to be re- sponsible for the dorm's activities. Members are: Wayne Locke, presidentg Pat Murphy, vice-president, and Bob Simmons, secretary- treasurer. Other than the executive council, a dorm council is elected to handle legislative and policy activities. These are Jimmy Amend, Bill Robertson, Ted Baron, Paul Cabness, Doug J enkins, Craig Robinson, Gary Hatfield, Wendell Ward, Mike Cole, Gary Courtney, Mike Beissner, and Art James. Trinity dorm living is diverse and includes such activities as inter-dorm and intermural sports and parties. ,df Brazos House In addition to achieving their three-year goal of getting a new coke machine, Brazos Hall residents also have a new color television. Several foreign students, including two from Hong Kong and two from the Canal Zone, re- side at Brazos. Members participate in intra- mural sports and contribute toward the Inter- dormitory Council float in the homecoming parade. Dormitory officers include James C. Skin- ner, presidentg John A. Morrow, vice-presi- dent, and Jay G. Steindorf, head resident. Members of the Board of Governors are Rob- ert D. Johanson, Ronald E. Pyle, Charles D. Smith and John P. Uselton. . 8 ' N 'w 'f-.1w.-2. . Ville . - . ,Q , l 1 A t Suspended upper floors of Trinity House make ground floor recreation area possible. x r- DTN vfxlk Af. L V - W.. zo' 9 v fx ,f .1 r" 'xv' N1 .,l 5 7 fb-Xsiwnissf X X. six, S. 1 l F 'l Connie Bennett if W w Q nc ' I--.. .n -Lv . "-lf? ,U-5, veyrvfafv. N- ' n.. 1- "'. .'-wo..-M. 1 any H a ' " "Q, 3 , . -M A vs.. Barry Montgomery Dorm director Kent Gardner's son Greg teaches King Joiner tricycle 1 Don Higgins Mike H oel Dave Griffis David Gleason W King Joiner is ,. es' 1 . sk. i "t'i 'YQQL techniques. Shirley Jo Martin Cindy Miracle Melody Cook Barbara Edwards Pachl Dorm Tricycles and pre-school toys greeted Pachl dorm residents. Pachl houses dorm director Kent Gardner, his wife and three children as well as handling a capacity of 142 male resi- dent students. Pachl Hall is located next to Trinity men's dormitory and Texas Hall. There is a sun deck on the second floor for residents wishing to study or just bask in the sun. For indoor peo- ple or on colder days, there is a lounge with color television, and card tables and a fire- place. The Dorm Council consists of James Story, Mike Heel, Dave Griffis, Don Higgins, D. L. Fulbright, Barry Montgomery, Tom Stephens, Paul Gray and David Gleason. L' H . - lpscam a Q, , Si Lipscomb Hall, located east of the campus, . C Q s divided into two Wings by the snack bar, q C obby, entertainment room, and study hall. Q" The south wing including the lounge was :he original dorm. In 1963 what is now the if obby, the study hall and cafeteria were added llong with the air-conditioned North Wing. Phe South Wing consists of suites housing our girls to a suite, whereas the North Wing las six girls to a suite. Total capacity of the lorm is 343 girls, with an apartment for Miss lean Youngblood, resident counselor, and Vliss Gertrude Waring, dorm mother. The 'dorm sponsored several dances through- rut the year, with a trick-or-treat open house in Halloween, an open house at Christmas, ind a banquet for the parents of residents. The dorm is governed by elected officers, vho are: Eloise Raskin, president, Shirley Jo Martin, vice president, Cindy Miracle, secre- sary, Melody Cook, treasurer, and Barbara Edwards, reporter. I 7 I 4 Lipscomb Hall, the only women's dorm on campus, houses 343 students. 1. . CP' - . LEEE The Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers is a professional organization to promote and encourage associations between professional electrical engineers and electrical engineering students. The club is open to all electrical engineering students. The club this year is larger than ever with 107 members. Sponsoring the club this year is Jack Fitzer. The current officers are: Gary A. Cummings, chairmang Robert Alford, vice- chairman, Jimmy Cox, vice-chairman, Dan Trent, secretaryg Larry Groce, treasurer, and Gardner Chambliss, chairman of order. Jonathan Dale Robert Davis Don Dickson John Doerr Paul E ichenberger Jose Figueroa Carl Fisher Robert Fletcher Loye Frazier Linda Garza Ralph Gay Steven Goings Larry Groce James Hamm James Harper Dwight Hill John Hoskins Gabriel Hoyos David Huckaby Dan Jackson Scott Jamieson Suman Jolly Byron Kirkwood R. Krishniah Frank Kuban Grady Langley William Lenzer Marvin McGregor Morris M cVean R. S. Baggett Dayton S. Beasly Donald Bell Jake Berkline Robert Blackburn Robert Adamson Robert Alford 9 - , v l V M , .. ' , , tl A 1 0 Walt Christiansen ll Jerry Cox Jimmy Cox Gary Cummings A F6 Q, Gr' nv- li is Q. ,fs 1'-v' . Q 51 "V 6 - ', X...- ..,f JO 2 1 I l I l li ' . 1 5 fa 'za-' .S ,, fy 5' IEEE members pause before a meeting to chat with a speaker from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. his. ,rv 17" f .JP i Q-, 'Km ' l "f",z is i QL? I' James Mars David M indrup David Mitchell Charles Moncrief Kent Moss William Mueller Gary Nelson Larry Norris William Phipps Eugene Preston Donald Richardson Donald Ritchey Tom Rogers Robert Sawyer Louis Scheppler Harush Segal Steve Smith Billy Speer Jerry Stroup Raymond Theiss Dan Trent Larry Vandiver Roger Venable James Walterscheid Lee Westbrook ,N I 'S Gary Williams Q, p""'g ' Charles Wilson ' Michael Wilson Conrad Wredberg ln terna tional Students Exchange hauglrts Giving students from many countries an opportunity to meet and exchange ideas is the purpose of the International Students' Club. Members of the club supported UTA soccer teams by selling tickets and participated in intramural volleyball. ISC officers are Reza M. Tadayon, presi- dentg Tom Thompson, vice-presidentg Sandi Quillin, secretary-treasurer and Mary Anne West, recording secretary. Dr. Donald Weiss sponsors the organization. Brenda Clark Cynthia Clark Djafar Eimandoust Eskandar Enayati Mahmood Khanani Kamran Ommidvardour Magbool Patel Massud Pelaseyed Jacob Rashti Saeed Seifollahi The International Students Club fielded a volleyball team in UT Arlington's intramurals program and sup- ported the intermural soccer team. Reza Tadayon, president Sandi Quillin, treasurer Mary Anne West, secretary Fronsan Afshai Jamaleddin Ahangazadeh Mansour Ahangazadeh Ahmad Akeil Wayne Ashlock Mohammad Bahrami Qi 4, an EXE f Parties are one way used by International Students to carry out their idea-exchange goal Philip Schenk, president . Cindy Crabb, sweetheart N N 4:-l' X - M - W. F. Postlewaithe, .- S Q -- sponsor uf Curtis S. Aman ,, . ,mg Q. . Johnnie Carr Robert S. Davis . tm., 15. Qi X Q i X 5.1.1 fb' -2. I' Kappa Kappa Psi Working with the Rebel Band as a national service fraternity is the Delta Sigma chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi. Members ushered for the Arlington Con- cert Association's programs. They care for band equipment during football games and trips and also work with band oflicers in spon- soring parties and other Rebel Band social activities. Membership is open to second semester band members with at least a "C" grade average. Kappa Kappa Psi officers are Philip Schenk, P Q ' presidentg Mallard Walton, vice-presidentg Carrington Dixon Larry Tubb, secretary and Robert M. G. Luke, f , ,M .,. - Arthur R. Forsyth III treasurer ' '-- ' -. ., Charles E. Hammond A - ' - . .- -vii -T I Cindy Crabb IS the sweetheart. Sponsor IS . T' l V William G. Postlewaithe, associate band di- de it It Johnny E. Lamb A b A Robert G. Luke .3 .- - "if " W. R. Mehaffey C Harry T. Mitchell M l f , P r Walter K. Rickard 5 T: William Sarratt III Bradley K. Smith Milton S. Strong xr James S. Sullivan Larry L. Tubb Robert K. Vasek William Waller Mallard Walton ah A Tau Beta Sigma Backs Rebel Band Tau Beta Sigma, the national music sorority for band women, sponsors and plans Rebel band social functions. The Sorority provides ushers for local con- certs and recitals. They also supervise audi- tions for the Rebel Band. Tau Beta Sigma's president is Sandy Caf- fey. Mrs. Monita Mahoney is the sponsor. Sandra Caffey, president Mrs. Monita Mahoney, sponsor Joan Bixler Cynthia Crabb Rosa Davis Ellen Dill Clarinetist Linda McDonald, a member of Tau Beta Sigma, performs with the Rebel Band dur- ing their winter concert. Cheryl Ferguson Charlotte Groce Linda McDonald Koinonia The Church of Christ Bible Chair is open to all who wish to attend the activities spon- sored by the Chair. The Bible Chair has a library, lounge, and recreational areas as well as offering 30 hours of accredited Religion courses. The Koinonia Club, also sponsored by the Bible Chair, consists of the more socially ac- tive members. In addition to club meetings and activities, there are luncheons, and daily devotionals at the Bible Chair. The Church of Christ Bible Chair is north of the Student Center. Director is Paul Phillips. Ricky Flatt, president N A Glynn Hartin Teresa Murphy, treasurer Linda Patterson, secretary Q 1 , t 3 1 vice-president ,sa Q , s f av- 3 Y ny, li' .3 '5' 9 'KVI' J . my X A 2 0331- - , f ,, A .,., 3, , H4 x X Q ,gin E i Y' ",..4- 'lxfgii Daily devotionals are held by Koinonia members at the Church of Christ Bible Chair. I I Lambda Pi Sigma entered a float, "Here Homecoming Parade. M g Sv 'VT1-v-,f if 1' 'R '? arg, NI1955, "idly: come de judgei' in the Mike Preston, president Ronald Addison Jack Alexander, Jr. Mary Ann Beaty Stephen S. Chapman Paul L. Davis Alray Henderson Richard M. Jones Bernard P. Long Stanley McWilliams James F. Mobley Hugh Moore Betty Niblo Michael E. Oxford Jim Skinner Gary Van Hemert Larry W. Webb James Zadinsky Urphans Guests Ui Lambda Pi Twenty-five children from area orphan's homes had a glimpse of Fort Worth museums as they traveled to the Will Rogers Memorial square as the guests of Lambda Pi Sigma. The professional fraternity, open to gov- ernment and pre-law students, also conducted a moot court in April. The fraternity toured the Baylor University Law School in Waco. They entered a float entitled "Here come the Judge" in the Homecoming Parade and par- ticipated in intramural athletics. Among the state and local officials who spoke to the group were Cordell Hull, state representative from Fort Worth, and Dean William Hardy, law professor at Southern Methodist University. Lambda Pi Sigma officers are Mike Preston, president, Hugh Moore, vice-president, Mary Ann Beaty, secretary, Alray Henderson, treas- urer and Richard Jones, executive committee member. The sponsors are Dr. Sam Hamlett, Dr. C. D. Richards, Don Cantwell, and Alan Saxe. Lambda Pi Sigma fielded an intramurals football team as part of their social activities. The group also made several field trips. fi. -if Newman Club Ha ds Group Discussions Youth masses, a movie series at the Wesley Foundation and group discussions were among the activities of the Newman Club. The organization is open to any Catholic student. Non-Catholic students may become associate members. The Newman Club works to help Catholic students become acquainted with other students of the faith. The Newman Club fielded football, tennis, volleyball, basketball, crosscountry and bowl- ing teams in the university's intramural sports program. Social activities included hay rides, ice skating parties and "happenings" for C.C.D. Classes. Officers are David Siebold, presidentg R. L. Alholm, vice-presidentg Mary Ann Beaty, sec- retary, and Vicki Rogillio, treasurer. Barbara Creel and Dr. Jack Fairchild are the sponsors. Newman Club members enjoy a supper meeting. Members take to the water during warm spring weather. The club also held ice skat- ing parties and hay rides. David Siebold, president Dr. Jack Fairchild, sponsor Mary Ann Beaty Mike Beissner Charles Boyd Diane Doskocil Jose Figueroa Juliann Fortuna Carol Gautier Resa Gensweider Patsy Jones Jerome Keating Hans Kreupling Travis M cClinton Edmund Mantooth Francia Marzonie Sharon Pannell John Ptacek, Jr. Margaret Riordan Stephen Wilkes ' N' ,f 'Tw 'C' 'i Q . . ..f-, ,. Fie- W -N ' ' WW ww, ' T rl Morris C. Moore III Curtis Aman Vernon T. Hall Phi Mu Alpha Gives Musical grilles 5. gimmgnd o nny ar am Harry T. Mitchell Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, professional music fraternity, presented an "American Musical," March 29, which featured the works of Ameri- can composers. The professional fraternity is one of 300 active college and university chapters, with about 3,000 members initiated each year. The fraternity was founded in 1898. There are more than 50,000 alumnae members. Membership is open to students who have at least a "C" grade average. Oflicers are Morris C. Moore III, presidentg Curtis Aman, vice-president, Walter K. Rick- ard, treasurer, William E, Waller, historian, and Barry D. Montgomery, warden. Sara Lynn Hill is their sweetheart. James M.. Mahoney is the sponsor. Moises E. Molina Horace Scott Jr. David Peterson, president James Adkins Arlen O. Barksdale Carlene Ekholm Kenneth Hagstrom Randy Joyce f ,uw EN ax fx K , . Carl Mulcahy Lynn Parker Lester Penney Robert E. Pickett David Pinson Russel J. Weik Barry D. Montgomery Walter Keith Rickard James W. Sullivan William E. Waller 'N IV' "' . 1- ev- ' ' tr p, -v ' 1 at 1 if L 'x Physics Society Tours Plan ts Field trips to Ling-Tempco-Vought, Gen- eral Dynamics and Texas Instruments were among the activities of the Society of Physics Students. Monthly meetings featured programs on various technical aspects of physics. Main social event is a banquet in May. Open to any student interested in physics. the Society is sponsored by Dr. William B. Self. Officers are David Peterson, president: Daniel Bump, vice-presidentg secretary Ken- neth Hagstrom and treasurer James Adkins. L' 'Y' JFK 5 Q95 HA. Pi Sigma Has Sales Project Pi Sigma Epsilon, a professional sales and marketing fraternity, is the oldest national fraternity at UT Arlington. Established here in 1962, it is sponsored by the Fort Worth Sales and Marketing Executives, Fraternity members sold football spirit decals and mums for Homecoming. The fra- ternity's float was ranked as runner-up in beauty in the Homecoming Parade. The or- ganization played in intramural athletics. Sev-- eral dinners included programs with speakers discussing their respective fields of sales and marketing. Pi Sigma Epsilon officers are Robert Gnuse, president, Bill Sexton, vice-president, Dennis Keating, treasurer, Rick Maxey, secretary, Doug Miller, marketing manager and Bill Quarles, sergeant-at-arms. The sweethearts are Jeri Mahan and Kathy Meyers. Pi Sigma Epsilon is sponsored by Dr. Wayne Lucas and Burley Walker. Kenneth Cantrell Donald Dixon John Dobbs Edward A. Finstad Ken Hagood Dennis Keating Les McConnell Dave Marks Rick Maxey Douglas Miller Ted Phillips Kenneth Pigg Bill Quarles Bill Saunders Eugene Sesson William J. Sexton Wayne Taylor Gene Walton Danny Wilson Robert Wisdom A X A+ X lbs. 1 . fs, fri' ' fly?-gg? 'if' . . A Ei AB.. 1 Pi Sigma Epsilon members sold Homecoming mums as part of a sales project. Shown is Pi Sigma president Robert Gnuse. Robert Gnuse, president Jeri Mahan, Sweetheart , Eugene Pres ton, .s., s president 4 Joe D. Spradlin, - sponsor MP Mike Beissner . Gene Coldwell Carol Cooper y s - Norman Cox 4- . uh. v" - A Robert Cunningham Jim Doyle 'N 16 P Don Hodde sv'-t Q A C John Hopkins A ij Boyce W. Jarrett . Robert Johannsen Frank Kulan Bill M cCorkle Kraig Newquist Rebel Ham Club members Norman Cox, Bob Cunningham, Kraig Newquist, Gene Preston and Carol Cooper transmit college news through the Intercollegiate Communications Network. .nil 4? -M .Lr.a----' J...-.-..- ., ..,,.,.. ...a C. Howard Barger adjusts the Rebel Ham Club's antenna. The 20 member club is part of the Inter-Collegiate Communications Network. Rebel Hams In IUCN Network Last year, the Rebel Ham Club expanded its operations so as to serve as a news trans- mitting network as well as a professional and service organization. The Ham Club organized the Inter-Col- legiate Communications Network, a service exchanging campus news with Texas A Sz M University, Milwaukee School of Engineering and the Pennsylvania School of Engineering. The Club operates a campus-wide teletype network during registration periods. They also conduct classes to teach the international code to students working to qualify for the radio licenses. Ham Club president is Eugene Preston. Joe D. Spradlin is the sponsor. Rebel Rousers Build Bonfire Organizing one of the largest bonfires in the history of UT Arlington was the main achieve- ment of the Rebel Rousers spirit group. The Rebel Rousers coordinated the collect- ing of bonfire materials by the Greek fraterni- ties for the Homecoming Fire. Each week the group also used their Spirit Fire Truck, pur- chased last year from the city of Arlington, to promote enthusiasm at Rebel football games. Rebel Rousers also decorated the goal posts before the games. During the winter, members served as tim- ers at UT Arlington swim meets. Rebel Rousers oflicers are Johnny Pechal, president, Denver Edmonds, vice-president, Karen Pollard, secretary and sweetheart and Pam Hollinger, reporter. Dr. Glen Terrell is the sponsor. Membership is open to any stu- dent. Johnny Pechal, 1 president 'HJ ', Karen Pollard, . sweetheart . in qs s . . A 5 ' . f 'H A helicopter helps lift the top stages of the Rebel Rouser-sponsored Homecoming Bonfire. Fifteen thousand area residents and students saw the giant fire lit the night before Homecoming. Rebel Rousers prepare their Spirit Fire Truck for a Saturday football battle at Memorial Stadium. Decorating the truck are Denver Ed- monds, Phyllis Craven, Dodd Burum, Roger Rickard, Howard Hollin- ger and Pam Hollinger. The night before Homecoming brings the traditional pep rally and bonfire lighting. Rebel Rousers were in charge of coordinating the bonfire construction. Young Republicans Work ln I 968 Election Election-year campaigning highlighted the activities of Young Republicans. Members took part in canvassing for local, state and national candidates and local rallies. The club, sponsored by Maurice Carlson, is open to all students subscribing to the prin- ciples of the Republican Party. Officers are Ken Bledsoe, spring semester chairman, Craig Reid, fall semester chairman, Don Seilheimer, vice-chairman, Walt Chris- tiansen, corresponding secretary, Katie Fegan, recording secretary, Wayne Fink, campaign chairman and photographer, Jim Knox, treas- urer, and Mary Anne West, publicity. AX? Walt Christiansen Katie Fegan r 1 f 4, f V1 1 ,- "1i. l f .V ,, f ' . pi-iff' I W 1 gg X ' K Young Republican members spent much of their fall hours working in the national election campaign. Several helped with the successful campaign of Dallas County's Jim Collins in his bid for the Congres- sional seat once held by the late Joe Pool, a Democrat. Wayne Fink K . Mary Ann West ' 'Q 6' Maurice Carlson, sponsor Young Republicans hold a reception honoring former Republican gubernatorial candidate Paul Eggers fcenterj. Visiting with Eggers are Walt Christiansen, Jim Knox, Sandra Ftak, Mary Ann West, an unidentified student, Don Seilheimer and Graig Reed. Sigma Delta Pi Sponsors T able -When Spanish language students finish their classes they often head straight for the Student Center-to talk Spanish. The Zeta Alpha chapter of Sigma Delta Pi national Spanish honorary group, sponsors a table in the Student Center to stimulate in- terest in the Spanish culture and increased use of the language. According to Zeta Alpha president Jimmy Everett, Spanish students say that the informal discussions help them in using the language and provide an interest- ing way of exchanging ideas.. The honor group also presents speakers who talk on Spanish history and culture. Membership is open to any student with a "B" grade average and an interest in the cul- ture, literature and language of Spanish America and Spain. A member must have taken one advanced Spanish literature course. Officers of Sigma Delta Pi are Everett, presidentg Jessie Gavia, vice-presidentg and Kathy Walker, secretary-treasurer. Weldon Litsey is the sponsor. James Everett, president Weldon Litsey, sponsor Gwen Brummett Susanne Chenowth Sunny Clark Maria Gavia Clista Hancock Carolyn Kadri Dinah Norton Dorothy Powell Joyce Pruett Celia Russell Patricia Ann Taylor Kathryn Walker i , W 'Fawn 'MXL ., .ii .1 7 - , 9 , 4 IV' gf 5 va X 1 Q 'nf' N 5 ni., in . :fa-t .ck C4 xx... Ek gf K X 'U .C , 54-s"' 1 9 ..- X . Q 1 il 8 jf Q.. at . . ,- rv " . gy. , V aw ,A ... in 4 'K J ,v ,, 1 Sigma Delta Pi members discuss Flamenco dancing during a weekly "Spanish tablev meeting in the Student Center. The national Spanish honor society also features speakers on Latin culture and history at its social functions. has 3 Wg 4 'Soft' fiuv' yi u-A"-Hg , .,a.slE.,.A-w . - f' N Sigma Gamma Epsi on Tra vols To Colorado . q, ' ru rs.. Dr. R. E. Clemons presents the Roy Stihl Memorial Scholarship to Ross Reinwald. The scholarship is in memory of the first geology graduate from UT Arlington. Robert L. Meyer, Benny Plunk Ross Reinwald William Shepard Q Bill Williamson Sigma Gamma Epsilon members worked in three ways to help students interested in geology. The Beta Omega chapter of the honorary geological society manufactured rock study kits which are sold to freshman geology stu- dents. Members also gave introductory geol- ogy lectures to elementary school students. The chapter contributes 50 per cent of the Roy Still Memorial Scholarship, awarded to an outstanding student in memory of the first geology graduate of UTA. Winner of the scholarship was Ross Reinwald. Organization members participated in sev- eral lield trips, including one to Colorado and Utah. Membership requirements are a "B" aver- age in geology and a "C+" overall grade aver- age. A member must have completed 14 hours in geology. Sponsor is Dr. Russel E. Clemons. Officers are Robert L. Meyer, president, John S. Garth, vice-president, Will Shepard, secretary, and Ross Reinwald, corresponding secretary. president Dr. Russell E. Clemons, sponsor f"" , A ' N i'mm"': QQ va , E. -:1"'fw'.lA sea f f ' W 1 is r J " 6 -F, wif 4 DF A is B X Faust Parker W la' I fi, X 1 . , 1 ,- Arla Jo Payne Z' ' I ' crimson i fd 4 UNIVERSITYH TEXAS l 4? ARLINGTON cy GEOLOGY DEPARIMENT gy Sigma Gamma Epsilon members Faust Parker, Benny Plunk, Robert Meyer, Bill Williamson and Ross Reinwald prepare to leave on a geological field trip. Organization members journeyed to Colorado and Utah last summer. II9 Sigma Pi Sigma Laud Scholarly Sigma Pi Sigma is a national fraternity which honors outstanding physics students. The fraternity limits its membership to stu- dents with at least a "B" average in physics and a "B" overall scholastic average. Mem- bership is by invitation. Sigma Pi Sigma is a member of the Associa- tion of College Honor Societies. Members participate in all activities and social events sponsored by the Society of Physics Students. The officers are Greg McDaniel, president, and Kenneth Hagstrom, secretary. Dr. Wil- liam Self is the sponsor. Sherry A. Martin, president : Penny Carlisle 3' 41 , 3 5 ,wwf ,Q . ofa 3 . ' H f', "IXUS fl' I ' ff. .- Carol Cooper 335 fy, Marla Markham , ' V Val Taylor ,V li A . Carl C. Mulcahy Massud Pelaseyed David Peterson Greg McDaniel, president A ' . yi. 45.1 il James O. Adkins l Kenneth Hagstrom 5' E-N Women Engineers Aid Students The Society of Women Engineers is a pro- fessional association open to any girl inter- ested in or majoring in mathematics, science, chemistry, physics or engineering. The society helps high school students learn more about what colleges offer in the fields of the society's interests. Members see educational films and have joint meetings with other professional societies.. The society en- tered a float in the Homecoming parade. Sherry A. Martin is president of the Society of Women Engineers. The other officers are Penny Carlisle, treasurer, and Sue Snedal, secretary. Dean Wendell Nedderman is the sponsor. Claudia Cay ton, president ' Mrs. Neita Flenniken rg 7 . ff ' Qs' Q ' ff - sponsor i Dr. Margaret Wiley, sponsor ... ah' .4-. '15 X In buff" is ,M r .s- ,, . Q, nf 4-ek' 71 " Patricia Andrews A A Jo Dora Baird ' N" A John Bruce Bedunah .. Dinah Bleau Verba Boyes Katherine Brown ,' Ns A Dan Capers Marilyn Clark - Janice Davis 1 ' fiwv " I 'V ix X l .3 X 'AZ' 1 Charlene Dodge -N f 4: f Jan East , Barbara Edwards H .M ' I a a dn., ,1 , ,- f 43 'N 'A " Sigma Tau Delta Sigma Tau Delta is an honorary association which strives to 'cpromote the mastery of Writ- ten expression, encouraging worthwhile read- ing, and fostering a spirit of fellowship among men and women specializing in English." The organization, sponsored by Dr. Mar- garet Wiley, Miss Joyce Cochran, and Mrs. Neita Flenniken, has 80 members, 40 of whom are affiliated with the national association of Sigma Tau Delta. These members must be of junior standing, have a 2.0 grade point aver- age in English as well as their other Work, and must have attended UTA one semester. Officers of the organization are: Claudia Cayton, president, Susan Joyce, vice-presi- dentg Jonne Jones, secretary-treasurerg Mar- garet Sims, marshalg Barbara Hollovvell, his- toriang Pat Andrews, banquet chairmang and Maria Mitchell, activities chairman. Alice Ellis Calvin Girvin S .fa 2 Jo Ann Goolsby Martha Hathcock is pg- rv it X..-1 nl 7, we e 2 If-fi! fir? a t. 1- ,551 ' .. yy: av 'fi t fl ,M 25 1 ' A i Sandra I-Iilland Barbara Hallowell Jonne Jones X. f V .. ' ' , Susan Joyce fi , A , l g Q . Frances Knowles M 'f 5 , .. 1 "' A' T M M, Melissa Lockard if- fy? ' ri ' ' W - - ' Anna Mitchell f' ,- I - Ve, , ' QQ " Phyllis Moore xx " . X- , , , jf- H' Joyce Pruett A j-rx , ,f Mary Sims Suzanne Spindler .Susan Spoor Sigma Tau Delta members operated a valentine book drop in cooperation with a book exchange in the library. Linda S terner Reba White SAE Chapter Named Uuts tanding ln Nation Members of the Student Branch of the Society of Automotive Engineers are building U . Larr Wingo president a motorless vehicle which they plan to enter QV , Patricia Allen, in national competition. sweetheart SAE projects last year earned the Arlington Dr. Joseph Stanovsky, unit the title of most outstanding chapter, an SPONSOV award presented by the national SAE or- ganization. Society of Automotive Engineers oflicers are Larry Wingo, president: Billy Schulze, vice- presidentg and Mike Bullock, secretary-treas urer. Dr. Joseph Stanovsky is the sponsor. Rick Atkinson John S. Bezner Michael Bullock Sid A. Davidson Donald W. Delaughter Carl M. Fisher Mike Green Vijay K. Gupta Jerry Holacka David J. Hurley Dennis Hultsman Henry E. Jones Larry J. Oliver Carroll Pruitt Michael Ramsey W. M. Robinson Billy Shulze Karl Schwemmer James Sockwell I-Iarold P. Theilig Sam Toub Arlington chapter members huddle during the annual football rivalry be- tween Arlington and Southern Methodist University SAE members in November. Jack Warren Zoltan Zsohak el ' if I f i if A4fJ . 5-r.:gsfV as -kVQfiWxsMXM:': is-9 15? if 75 3 ,535 4 1 4 f' ffl' fl Kg' if 3 ,gi mf' " If 'L -finial flu' 47" K K t -1 ,1 1:x,.,.a.a- Sl 3 ,Q Frieda Forcht Mrs. Geraldine Mineau swf i Social Problems Leonel Alejandro Matthew Brown Raymond DeBrooke Q Linda Eaton David Griffis In terest Students The Sociology Cluh serves to hring together students interested in sociology and social work. In addition to a Christmas project, the cluh collects hooks for Seagoville Federal Prison and annually tours the institutionls facilities. The group also sponsors monthly Bull Ses- sions. Ofhcers are Frieda Forcht, presidentg Mat- thew Brown, vice-presidentg Sharon McDow- ell, secretaryg and Kathy Ware, treasurer. Sponsors are Dr. Ron Engle and Mrs. Geri Mineau. William Henning Laura Hicks A Janet Hughes Ruth Jennison of Sharon McDowell AA 5, K XA, -- ye Pamela Marazzini ,fs ff J, 1 Ruth Metcalf l M t f I' hx 'v '4 .. ' ""':"4! if il 5 - - Jilnf' ' . 4 , f - 5 i . 1 , MQW. ,K ' m f 4 f Kathy Miller Sandra Quillin Thomas Rogers - ' Charles Ross Tom Schneider Joseph Terrell Frances Watson JS is-sew A Dallas woman of Jewish descent discusses racial problems during a panel discussion at a Sociology Association meeting. SNEA Interest ls Educating The Student National Education Associa- tion is a professional organization on campus open to students interested in education and the promotion of the teaching profession. Among its activities the association is re- sponsible for the sale ot' student directories and assist high school Future Teachers of America chapters in the area. Ofticers are Lynn Wiseman, presidentg Rich- ard Lawson, vice-presidentg Peggy Green, sec- retary: Sheri Armstrong, treasurerg Dorcus Bosh. parliamentarian, and Linda VVeste1'. reporter. Dr. Emmet E. Kelly and Dr. Kathryn Hop- kins, both of the Education Department, are sponsors of the organization. Lvnn Wiseman, 3 I, Q I ---at President W Beatrice Alford 4 ' i y f. A Robert D. Estoll 't'i if - 1 Peggy Green K " 5 Martha Hathcock ' Mrs. Vaudrene Hunt Jonne Hones ' lllrs. Donna Koch Carolyn Anne Kuntz as .K Larry Lacefield W W,-, I Richard Lawson 1 L A lllrs. Ellajean lVIartin -A VV. Jana llloser ' Sharon Pannell Patricia Parker A ,M 'qigllvss . K QT asf'- . ,Q Selling student directories in cooperation with Student Government was one of the main projects of the Student National Education Association. lltrs. Celia Russell 5 Hn as f- is Robert Sawey A " ,A Q- , 5 ' Glenn E. Simmons f Q- -loseph N. Strittmatter i .1 Q Diane R. Tucker Q , 5 5 X Linda lil' ester Q. i, N, Q l X 1' Q if in 11- -as Z wb ' N s eh, ,., A . . , .M 'leave Q- , Student National Ifjducation Association members talk with guest speaker Glenn Kidd, director of college and unwersitkv relations, Texas State Teachers Associa- tion. CT f' ' zz- K, ,, . ,,. Q , ' ww-R, ' It N , T fi, is '1- ,X .W A 44 It ,i K Jon C. Black, president Jose Arredondo Robert Adamson John S. Bezner Michael L. Bullock Norman E. Corbitt wel, 3.2 13- , 3' . K A Jimmy Cox Douglas Hance Robert M. Johnson Duane E. Morris Stanley Reed Billy Ray Schulze Gary Wayne Taylor Dan S. Trent Tommie L. Wood nv- 0 I . Tau Be ta Pi Grants Charter Epsilon Nu Gamma became the Eta chap- ter of Tau Beta Pi in October, when the engineering honor society's national conven- tion granted UT Arlington a charter. An installation and chartering banquet was held in March. The mounting of the society emblem near the entrance of the Engineering Building was one of the group's projects. Officers are Jon Black. president: Billy Schulze, vice-presidentg Dan Trent, corre- sponding secretaryg Jose Arredondo, record- ing secretaryg and Jimmy Cox, treasurer. Sponsors are Dr. Jack Fitzer, Dr. J. J. Haynes, Dr. C. L. R, Barker. and Dr. W. H. Nedderman. il N - 4- Q . 1 H , V A .. ,f , x . at Q ' 2 ' .4-,- .. N When UT Arlington was granted a chapter of Tau Beta Pi, national engineering honor fraternity. a competition was held among architecture students for a design for the base of the fraternityis four-foot tall, bronze symbol. Winner of the competition was David Philips, right, who is shown with Tau Beta Pi sponsor Dr. Jack Fitzer and president Jon Black. H 'VW-'U' .3 sgg I, . 8, K '-S i nl 4 ...1- Q N ' E 4 S91 Q s 1 1 lf I V , gf Q 1' . . 5. -11 ,M 4, 5 5 3 t X D .Q.. ss- , t V x bg , , y . D if Q T t 1 s .s s , , aside P A V W .Q Q V 1, ,, X E ' is A , 1 na' r , "'4. E' r A4 ' X , Q, l ' gt P 4 Ai' - ?"x X ' .X I Q- I ' ,. 'Z . C -, or . A ' 'A i l l ia T The Vaqueros' Roarin' Reb II is moved into firing position by its cannon team A Vaquero takes to the air during a during a Rebel pep rally. For several years the cannon served as a major spirit bucking contest during one of the symbol. rodeos the group sponsored in past years. Vaquero sweetheart Candy Cuppy jinds that even a horse must have a parking sticker at UT Arlington. The stunt was used to publicize V H ' the Vaqueros' activities in the Fort Worth Stock Show. An organization which died two years ago has come back to life. The Vaqueros, long ago one of the main Y campus spirit groups, became inactive after the 1966-67 school year. The group has now reorganized and plans to rebuild to its former size. y M The Vaqueros started as the Rodeo Club " I in the early 1950's when then Arlington State fa ms- Junior College was primarily an agricultural school. The coming of senior college status brought the end of the agriculture period and the Rodeo group reorganized and broadened its membership, taking on the name Vaqueros. The Vaqueros sponsored the week-long Western Play Days, with students competing in games on campus and an off-campus rodeo. These events lasted in lessened form until about 1966, when the graduation of several Vaqueros left the group without strong lead- ership. The organization was revived this year by Larry Dunn and Clay Busby. The Vaqueros hope to bring back on cam- pus Roarin' Reb II, a spirit cannon which was fired at school events and football games. For several years the cannon team won the spirit award. Vaqueros oflicers are Dennis Fluke, presi- dent, Larry Dunn, vice-presidentg Bitsy Phil- lips, recording secretary, Claudia McAfee, publicity secretary, Karen Pollard, corre- sponding secretaryg and Paul Fehmel, ser- geant at arms. The sponsors are Gay B. Tur- ner and Bill Roark. Veterans help fellow Veteran through a tutoring service. Aid is offered in every field of study at UT Arlington. cr" 7 X Q in Ak J 1 xii Veterans 0 er Tutoring Aid The Veterans Association, sponsored by Dr. Wayne Odom and Dr. W. J. Knox, is open to all veterans with one year of active service in the U.S. Armed Forces and an hon- orable discharge. The association provides as- sistance for ex-servicemen who are students at UTA by offering tutorial assistance and academic information. The ofhcers include: Victor Benton, presi- dent, Ken Rogers, vice-president, Bill Harris, secretaryg and John Brumball III, treasurer. Victor Benton, president Ken Rogers, vice-president John Brumhall III, treasurer Bill Harris, secretary Harold W. Badger Richard Carlson Richard Cunningham xl John DeMarines 5' Ronald E. Douthirt Wayne Fink Robert G. Frank i J f. f. fi k Kenneth Hagstrom James L. Hamm Richard Jones Lloyd F. Mitchell Stanley H. Moore Carl Mulcahy Don Ritchey Don Robertson Arthur Seifert Don Taylor Tommy Williams Richard E. Yates Wesley Founda tion Uffers Diversity The Wesley Foundation and Canterbury compose a community open to the university as a place of dialogue, service, study and rec- reation. Highlights of its program are Friday noon luncheons, credit religion courses, film series and a weekly coffee house named "The Belly of the Whalef' Steering committee members last fall were Glen Page, Evelyn Langston, Burnice Smith, Whatley Horton, George Ann Hintgen and Dennis Danvers. Father David Parker is the Episcopal Chaplain and the Reverend Dick Lord is the Methodist Campus Minister. Students relax between classes in the lounge of the Wesley Foundation. Rev. Dick Lord Rev. David Parker Rl, 2 X A combo performs at a weekly coffee house "Belly of the Whalef' The Wesley Foundation completed its new building in the spring of 1968. It serves as a religious, rec reation and religion classroom area. Sharon Pannell, president Ginda Abraham Lonni E. Chubb Nancy Cunningham Karen Hall Pat Parker Marilyn Perricone Margaret Riordan Darlene White 1,m,.ir1f"F"'r"---M., . -fe' - w.,,,,- 'V' WSU Conducts Wet T 0 y Drive The Women's Service organization is a service club designed to serve the needs of the University. The club, sponsored by Miss Fran- cine Morris, is open to all second semester girls who have a desire to join. The club has sponsored a blanket-toy drive for an orphan- age in Vietnam, participated in the APO Terrell Show, and has helped with registra- tion. The club officers are Sharon Pannell, presi- dent, Janet Hopkins, first vice-president, Pat Parker, second vice-president, Ginda Abra- ham, treasurer, Lonnie Chubb, recording secretary, and Marcia Perricone, correspond- ing secretary. -'ArC'f'w .M-v"""' l V W I i 'W if - Zvi" U Womens Service Organization ohcicers Sharon Pannell, president, and Ginda Abraham, treasurer, explain the toy- blanket drive they conducted for an orphanage in Vietnam. H0 TL' .aw A WN ffigif 555 ' ,..""f5 nf . P , X xx .ik v x .N X ""' , ,4. iwg-XAXS. . li? Q Y 'Z'-Lys C ORPS LEARN LEADERSHIP Q fig-r S mv., U, . 'Y Q H ,Q K' an Colonel Eugene A. Shea - Professor of Military Science ll f Colonel Shea presents the Distinguished Military Student award to outstanding cadets: Cox, Bassham, Norman, Walker, Weir, and Hen- drickson. Cadet Parker is also honored as the number one cadet from summer camp. Cadet Colonel Ronald Hendrickson briefs company commanders before drill. fa '-" ,L if i s , ur ! ,K fi 'YY Y ra. I l Q ,fi t Q S' A , -h,'?l' ' 'b' 1, , 2 Q 3 I 4' if, ' A 3, 1 -.1-'15-wi" 'V' Q Lf ' ' '-T f JT? E MILITARY BALL fl? The new corps sweeheart is pre- sented with her roses. R Colonel and Mrs. Shea joined other figures of importance in greeting the guests at the Military Ball. All guests passed through the reception line. it at ff as-V' i X. nv" 85541. "" J, dp, - i .A .J . N4 fl fl "R J . J F K 4 fl 4 Fw A we 1 E Xvr Corps and Deputy Corps Sweethearts are selected by the entire ROTC Cadet "A" Company Sweetheart Donna Corps. This year the honors went to Miss Donna Price as Corps Sweetheart and Price is escorted by Jerry Cox under Miss Cindy Sabatucci as Deputy Corps Sweetheart. the Jodies' crossed swords. Lx' 1 5 s gy I XT Insurgent Team Sweetheart Pat Cloughly helps pass out favors Elizabeth and Quin Sheperd take a break from at the Ball to an ex-UTA student and his date. the dancing in the rose garden. SWEETHEARTS. FRONT ROW: Baker, Sabatucci, Sheldon, Locke, Morris. SECOND ROW: Lay, Christal, Price, Behnke, Cloughly. QQ' . vp? "C" Company sweetheart, Vicki Sheldon, helps the Jody sweetheart, Mary Locke, in adjusting her brass before Thursday's drill. S WEE T HEAR TS Sweethearts of the R.O.T.C. Corps are selected each year to represent the Corps in many of the functions in which the Corps participate during the year. The sweethearts serve for the whole year as official hostesses to the Cadet Corps.. In October the sweetheart nominees are invited to attend a party where they meet with the Cadets of the N.C.O. and Oflicers Clubs. At this get-together the N.C.O.'s and officers have a chance to person- ally meet all the nominees and vote for the sweethearts they think would best represent ROTC. The Cadet Corps has five sweethearts elected by the N.C.O. and Officers Club and five sweethearts are selected by the five in- dividual teams. The sweethearts maintain the Corps scrapbook and attend both the Military Ball in December and the Corps Picnic in the Spring along with their many other duties. PISTOL TEAM. FRONT ROW: Behnke, Martin, French. SECOND ROW: Hennis, Walker, Lynn. FIS TUI TEAM Regaining the National ROTC Champion- ship, which was lost to Ohio State last year, was the major goal of this year's pistol team. To qualify for team membership, cadets must post a score of 265 out of 300 and shoot in one intercollegiate match. The team, which is sponsored by Sgt. Billy J. McRae, learns both conventional and Olympic-style shoot- ing. SWEETI-IEART SUSAN BEHNKE CAPTAIN STEVE MARTIN i I lg 3 I 7 ,H ,,4....-ra-v ,ik A Q is W '.....1i Pistol Team shooters Bob Lynn, Ralph Ryan, Linton Hargraves, and Charles Jones inspect their pistols before posting targets for practice. Rifle Team Nineteen members of the University of Texas Marksmanship Training Unit spent two busy semesters stacking up winning trophies for their school. Major Hagan, the Officer in Command. and Dan Dawson, Team Captain. led the team to nine meets in the Fall semester, in which they won eight and came in second once. missing first by a meager three points. The major meets included the Central Texas Invitational, the Oklahoma State University Invitational, the Fourth Army Conference Match, and the UTAMTU Invitational. The Invitational sponsored by UTA was attended by thirty high schools and twelve colleges. In the Spring the team attended the Fourth Army Championships, the Southwest Associa- tion Championships, the Fiesta Flambeau In- vitational, and the NRA Sectionals. In these meets the UTA shooters use the best equip- ment available. Their rifle is the Anschutz which is custom made and imported from Germany, costing over 3400. They also wear leather shooting jackets which cost in excess of 33100. Their target has a bull which is .008 of an inch in diameter. Sweetheart for the team was Jenny Baker, a Senior from Abilene. Lanny Bassham, also a Senior, brought the team much aid with his many individual honors. Bassham is a two year All-American, first place individual at OSU and UTAMTU, and high individual at CTI and the Fourth Army Conference Match. SWEETHEART JENNY BAKER CAPTAIN DAN DAWSON . " '- f 19 "' UTAMTU. FRONT ROW: von Gonten, Hoskins, Dawson, THIRD ROW: Bird, McDonald Dzlu orth Alldredge Bow Baker, Bassham, VVaIters. SECOND ROW: Murphy, Draper, man, Barnes. Smiihee, Wise Kenas, Ivlayhew, Baird. Ootclzer, Austin, Rose, Henderson. Z-X ,A 1' " 1" Rifle team shooters Bassham, Dawson, VValters, and Rose inspect one of the many largets which they shoot each week. W 'ix il Senior Rifle Team member Lanny Hassham dis- plays some of the many trophzes he has won dar- ing his years on the rifle team. Bassham has zvon the All American All'ClI'Cl for the past lIl'0 years. Shooters on the "A" team: Alan Rose, Dan Dawson, Lanny Bassham, and Bill Walters proudly display their shooting equipment. INS UHGEN T TEAM In its sixth year on campus, the Insurgent Team is composed of 13 members with 30 recruits. The Insurgent Team was principally organized for training instruction of individual small unit tactics and fundamental insurgency tactics. The IT marched in the Veteran's Day Parade in Ft. Worth and the UTA Arlington Homecoming Parade. They also went on an extended weekend problem to Ft. Wolters and had an opportunity to fire the M-14 Rifle. The IT is very proud to have Miss Pat Cloughly as their Team Sweetheart. LJ' 3 A It Insurgent Team members, following many hours of instruc- tion preparation, and practice, make use of thezr developed skills by repelling an attack. SWEETHEART PAT CLOUGHLY CAPTAIN LARRY WEIR l l INSURGENT TEAM. FRONT ROW: Vaughn, Thomas, Norman Weir, Cloughly, Geurtz, Perez, Geiser, Rawls. SECOND ROW: Siegele, Brown, Wampler, Stough, Callas, Coleman, Dancses, Patton, McCarty, Norris, Gray. THIRD " ""'1l 'W'- ROW: Ray, Burns, Anderson, Brown, Lawton, Winter, Beas ley, Rogstad, Morey, Stephens, Henderson, FOURTH ROW. Vise, Culpepper, Weisbeck, Russell, Box, Hendrickson, Cull- ing, Block, Jorgensen, Fulton, Russell. An Insurgent Team rnernber learns easily to blend in with Ins .surround ings. . .41 4f'..-,.." 7 . - 4' ,L .'-f '.:5 Q.k U, ,-il-5 1. ,A -l - I A ff-9' 5 ff I' fe . , fu-I' gg f 29 ' ff' ff' 1 PM ,L A'-3'l' - 'gxij 5,1 ,. .gg ' ,fig-1 , 'L,,,,g-g4gif,-i- 1 +5-T2 if '..'2xPW3?7i4' wi'-. .f - ,?.e,iPfv::s- 'Ht I '1 . f,f7...f . I ' fffryi, np' . 1,2544 ,,'j',. fit., 1'-v iff. -LQ hi-1 f f'-'fy' -if F-Rf?-tf'., "',gi-'-.-Tv' 1 3 v. .4 , wr , 4-nf -. , .gp if-M' we-.1.-31 -i',5'Al:15lh pfp, ails 'i.f.:,'i'7f:.-Y3-i 43.1,- .42-5 .1-'15, wil. 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' A:..a.-swf...-..4: sig- - - - Drills often find Insurgent Team members concentrating on their surroundings f 'V'f?5-i.37Q"!'?21,",,q.f1jig.l,3.z.QiJ:i from within a bunker, as they anxiously await the attack of a rifle company. 51' .au :f'1p..?"1Y-af: am'-' .4J1'e. -3411Y'i. .13 -1,85 H219 Ka 1 The Insurgent Team, firmly lodged in their bunker, repel successfully an assault by the rifle company in fall drills. The preparation of proper cover and conceal- . ment from the enemy is of great importance in the Insurgent Team curriculum. l39 SAM HOUSTON RIFLES. FRONT ROW.' Parker, Johnson, Maurer. Long, Meza. FOURTH ROWS Smith, Goldman, Locke, Stevens, Ellis. SECOND ROW: Wright, Barnhart. Darwin, Johnson, Morrow. FIFTH ROW.' Mahoney, Mc- Maynord, Estrada, Francis. THIRD ROW: Beck, Aulbaugh, Clendon, Prather, Sexton, Anderson. SAM HUUSTUN RIFLES E The Sam Houston RiHes, now in their 36th year on campus, is distinguished by its black and gold cord and white accessories. In the past 36 years, the "Jodies" have won 204 of 209 competitions. The Rifles added two of these first places last year with wins at Laredo and San Antonio. The "Jodies', participated in competitions at Houstong Champaign, Illi- noisg Laredo, College Station and San An- tonio. The "Jodies" sponsor the Fourth Army High School Drill Competition and partici- pate in several parades during the year. The Cadre sponsor of the Jodies is Lt. Col. Eugene A. Shea. SWEETHEART MARY LOCKE CAPTAIN WAYNE JOHNSON IEIIEFS .4 fm 'A ' v N. A J' I' Q 2 5 X -s 1 I sz Qyw w 4 5 .:W E , .ml "vu Pl' ' , . .' Ofcx W E ' Sf? ' mn ,A V ' i ui Y X .' . "1 f 1 .jx - -1, I 'x'.'6L'v ' '. in E ' Al' li ' 5 n' ' ' 1 1. - ' "-X -, , ' 'X 'M Q Wy ff 3. : Q, 71 0 il' if ff :X ff -'. . 0 oy Sveuj . : ' ' 'Jaw : 0 :I Q . O U --- 0 0 - 0 . , Q I ' Q . 1 ' . I I U 4 . . 4: Qu. . 0 ' . f, PQ 'Q 2' - Q 'F , sm .ff f l S J 1 V Q i ' Q 4 Q S n -gg Q , VV ,351 H x . . , K .,,..g.Z5 4 A . 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SWEETHEART DONNA PRICE Cadet Sergeant Rice from "AU Company leads his COMPANY COMMANDER JERRY COX platoon in physical training at Thursday drill. , W3,,,,,,.,Wg'gq.y .Wai X .wwf N . .Mm Q2 -- w A-. -' m I 1 'zzmf1 " f i I I l.::l . yilgig-2 xl A vi , '.f7:"', s 'xy "fl," '. f - ww- K 1 - B df ?-W' ' ' 'V -ff' I f G " E321 9 "ii"- "" . , . .4- an f? gn- ,wif ,, f -' ' 'uf Jsfgl- gf "f4-ff ww . 'vf-.-Mm: '--Q ' ms. I .","' 9? .-' 1' 7' ','a"fi.. 85:52 tg V ' ' '-1 ' '-QA" V" M" 6:f"'7"'-'i5'5Q:'- Zz -' , '.s.',f1Yf-"If,..f- " ' ' ' 7:1 TZ, '42-e"la:1.,4'?Tkx:'E? ',,: , 7,:, ff: . ffz, :':'I' if '. - n ' o , , 4 ' o : 0 0 ' o , 5 ' o i o . ' . , . . 4 , . . . , . . , . . ' ' ' f - ' . as . 1 ' ' ,lf 13, 59 5. li M 7' ' ' 4 M Q, Fe an D an S A--an - V 1 . ll I I' !l ' l ll ' ' 1- V 5. - gli M 1 5 sg 1 fn .0' . .. 3 BROWN o M B,-n Mk NX x Q V! gg, E 53 if ff ff I 6 n . J ' ' . ' , ' "'v n - A 'Q 'li hi' . y,,g 7. '. W J'. Q. I Q vs. A N Q It g 1 ,',. f- nil., Y ' 3 1- .- , -:V I K 'XJ 1 . 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THIRD ROW: Par- NUN-UUMMISSIUNED 0 FICEHS UI UB .-uwq,-mam.-. . sawn- . NCO CLUB. SEATED: Morrow, Bush, Winter, Geiser. FRONT ROW: von Gonten, Agnew, Whiddon, Cockerham, Giddens, Pouzar, Folsom, Adams, Gian, Sorenson, Hogan, Ray, Rizo, Meza, Elliott, Geurtz, McCulley, Walters, Mc- Call, Lynn, Beck. SECOND ROW: Dorris, Porterfield, Boy- aki, Barr, Sessom, Perkins, Hollingsworth, Wilson, McCles- key, Ward, McClellan, Wiseman, Stephan, Francis, Wright, Stevens, Harris, Margolies Ellis, Langeloh, Rice. THIRD ROW: Guay, Norris, Clack, Bradley, Grimes, Livingston Pincus, McCarthy, Harris, Zorger, Jones, Birdoo, Taylor Parker, Maynord, Penny, Wampler, Boynton, Sexton, lllax- well, Kiselis, Cain, Lucas. FOURTH ROW: Schember Reese, Kahn, Montgomery, Koos, Woodruff Branham, Estoll French, Lawton, Russell, Floyd, MeGou'an, Donaldson Bradley, Coleman, Jackson, Wilkes, Anderson, Ufright, Box Cousins, Sprenger, Dancses. Fine A rts x 1 r k 'Q h ig, 'ff4ff'f?Z'Z- ' A f"' 349 , , "5 9 is K .5 1 if - 6 my gf 2 Fffsw x 991 cv Marching And Concert Sigmund Rascher, the noted saxophonist, performed with the Concert Band, March 18. Rascher has performed in 49 states and with symphonies all over the world. Jack Mahan, director of bands, is assisted by William Postlewaite, associate director, in and concert bands. closely with the per- Mahoney, Woodwinds performance directorg theory and literature leading the marching Postlewaite also works cussion section. James directorg Wesley Flinn, and Dr. Lloyd Tolver, of music director work with smaller band sections. When piano accompaniment or train- ing is required, Zoe Hess and Jo Boatwright also work with the band. The band is divided into four groups which play alternately at football and basketball games, swim meets, and pep rallies. The marching band for football games has 123 members. Head drum major is Johnny Carr. Assistants are Milton Strong and Dawson Smith. Jack Mahan, director, discusses the score before beginning. Band Activities Numerous V -- - -'-wwqgpw-"' .. Y "L if ll ' y. S R . , . i l . y y 1 ,, 'W +1 Q x Q-. -ahh nf 'QQ ..'w3,g.. .gh ' "fm 5 we wi The Marching Band plays in the stands, as well as on the field at football games. l I Concert Band members consist of out-of-season marchers. 41?-Sl 5 M ,xnf-:BF f ,J-" ,fl AQ, A4 rf' 3 X as ' L n 4 , - '- ' ' 't i Lk l- r xp A E. Lil . Vgiwoix' ' ' PJ' A -. .- 'Q "n ""-1 M' "4 f 7 - ., - fl. '-T1 'ff off - V Q s 's 5, f- fwf "-zz-HQ, -fr sa, 1 A 'QQ .4 ' f :iq I if' rf-'ill Paglkvw Y. ml ,yt-I 4 JI i 'N' .. ' N 5 f""" 1 ' wi'--L. ,, iff'-'W YQ WF, A On the field, the Marching Band stimulates school spirit. Robert Luke, with his trombone, awaits down- Charlotte Groce, as a member of the percussion section, lends accent beat which will send the Marching Band onto to the Concert Band music. the football field. University Theater Students Produce Plays The University Theatre group consists of students interested in all facets of theatre. Students producing plays are usually enrolled in one of two classes for credit. These classes are taught by Mary Lou Hoyle and Richard Slaughter, who are also the directors for the University Theatre productions. To begin the fall semester the group put on two plays, "A Lion in Winter," and "You Can't Take It With You," by Moss Hart and George Kauffman. Mary Lou Hoyle directed "A Lion in Winter" while Richard Slaughter coordinated the student committees consist, ing of lights, sound and special effects, scenery, props, house and tickets, costumes, and pub- licity. The students design scenery, costumes, and lighting. In the spring, the group produced Gene ivIcKinney's "A Different Drummer", and Thornton Wilder's f'The Skin of Our Teeth." Members of the T ownspeople Chorus rehearse for the town council scene in "A Different Drummer? ki,-sr A. family argument erupts between Henry II fKerry Newcombl, Richard KWorth Howe! and Eleanor of Aquitaine fCheryl Ford! while Alais fShelia Oliver! observes the strife in "Lion in Winter." Miss Gresham, played by Dona LaGr0ne in "A Different Drummer", tries to show a chart illustrating the growth of Hope Springs. The Townspeople Chorus in "A Different Drummer" gets in character for a hubbub scene. ,vfuunv-1' 2 49, .gli- Henry Il and Eleanor perform a scene which begins violently, mellows to nostalgia, then flares again into violence. gh' ' Chairs Present Concert Music Both the A Cappella Choir and the Holiday Singers, a specialized group selected from the A Cappella Choir, are directed by Gary Ebensberger. The Choirs' concert season included a tour in Austin in April. They also stopped in Cor- pus Christi to perform for several area high schools. A Cappella and Holiday Singers Spring and Christmas concerts included a 'variety of sacred and secular music. The Christmas con- cert was assisted by the Fort Worth Sym- phony Orchestra and members of the UTA faculty. The Holiday Singers are chosen by audition from the A Cappella Choir. They perform at banquets and various other activities through- out the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Many choir members perform professionally off-campus. Linda McCaskill, Gary Noble, Victor Michels, and Marc Emmick have per- formed at Six Flags. Johnny McNellie and Doug Beard were a part of the American Air- lines Sky Chef Show. Bunny Hawkes has been the choir accom- panist for the last three years. Betty Brewster joins A Cappella Choir members in formal concert. A CAPPELLA CHOIR. FRONT ROW: Brewster, Anderson, Allen, Williams, Couch, Jacobs, Lunday, Qualls, Barnett, Shumpert, Caffey, Gary Ebensberger, director. SECOND ROW: Smith, Sewell, McGill, Rogers, Hawks, Carr, Dove, Cooke, Groce, Galogus, Rhodes, Johnson, Dean, Jackson. THIRD ROW: Sherman, Gunn, Jobe, Smith, Shawver, Mays, Emmick, Davis, Noble, Kerbow, Mac Whidden, Michels Nellie, Humphries. FOURTH ROW: Eubanks, Chandleri Smith, Kenner, Lancaster, Dempsey, Mabry, McClean McKinney, Johnson, Wilson, Ives, Tareilo, Hallmark, Mc: M ahen, Morris. 90 C5 4323! HOLIDAY SINGERS: Bunny Hawkes, Alissa Sewall, Diane Victor Michels, Johnny McNellie, Gary Ives, Steve Seate Rhodes, Linda McCaskill, Jorja Jackson, Penny Counch, Debbie Shurnpert, Billy Morris and Gary Ebensberger Patty Dean, Sandy Caffey, Terry Miner, Illarc Emmick, director. Doug Smith, Elaine Sharpe, Don Crowe, Gary Chandler, Gary Ebenberger is both A Cappella Choir and Holiday Singers director. 'W nl""" xx N... fu 'x- - I - . , f X 4 f 0- ' X ,J 5 f XX . L ,af t 'Xt 2 L, wwf C x 1 A - Q Vx j , ' 7 X ' X ff x , ' if X X Y 2 X X " ' XM ,X x, X ' -4 4, X E f' XX ft X x 3 f"' X Q Xxq W , , P "'qf"X X ff-QNX .. Z t M x . ff' ' tttt t A Student Pub ica tions PAUL BLAKNEY, ADVISOR ROY MOSES, ADVISOR 5 1 av- T ERNEST LEISTER, EDITOR JOANNE WIMBERLY, SECRETARY Bi? ' lv l,,xv: . .5 ' .Q,ii'.1.-QI, Q in 'V , ' S wv 1 v-"Z -1 ' jig , Am' 1 ' ,M 1- f v . ..- 4-1 - Arlington He View ls Talent Uutlet The campus literary magazine, the ARLINGTON REVIEW, gives talented stu- dents 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 Harrington, both of the English de- partment, serve as sponsors. REVIEW staff members are Mrs. Davelyn Leister, editorg Cathey Himes, associate edi- torg and Reginald Washington, art editor. , ., um CATHEY HIMES, ASSOCIATE EDITOR Av-+--"'f'6 'Nh-. MRS. DAVELYN LEISTER, EDITOR BILL WALTERS, PHOTOGRAPHER K , mym, , .., ,Wh . , Y DONNA DAROVICH, EDITOR JOHN DYCUS, COPY EDITOR QTHE P . Ugfgldent S tty Great Flllfw 995 pofefflg ' . if K 1 'X fx!! y. . . Shartllarn A warden' T IPA Sweepstakes The SHORTHORN is UT Arlington's award winning campus newspaper. It has been the sweepstakes winner in the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association contest. Approximately 9,000 SHORTHORNS are printed each week as the staff strives to give complete coverage to every facet of campus life and keep students interested and informed of UT Arlington. Almost all staff members are students who plan some type of career in journalism. Sev- eral staff members are employed by area news media. Fall sports editor Kenny Hand is the sports editor of the Arlington Citizen-Journal and spring sports editor Tommy Geddie is a staff member of United Press International. Don Sloan is serving an internship with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Photographer Ken Roselle writes for the Arlington Daily News and photographer Fred Coston works for the Dallas Morning News. I E. l 2 A TOMMY GEDDIE, SPRING SPORTS EDITOR 1 411-ni rg, I IBI' W , X KAY ALEXANDER, SPRING SOCIETY BILL SAUNDERS, SPORTS ASSISTANT 522' . 5 ? X M , Q, J. A f 'Nb w ef .J fe ff Q f 19 ,x , ,f ' f li ' ,W .1 DEBBIE REED, FALL SOCIETY EDITOR KENNY HAND, FALL SPORTS EDITOR i - , .. ' 5 f Rang N DON SLOAN, NEWS EDITOR KATIE FEGAN, ASSISTANT FEATURES EDITOR ANN MOLLER, BUSINESS MANAGER LAYNE BRADLEY, EDITORIALS EDITOR f Re veil e Has 52nd Birthday Published by a staff composed entirely of UT Arlington students, the Reveille for 1969 commemorates 52 consecutive years of publi- cation. This year's book contains 400 pages, the largest in UT Arlington's history. The Reveille sponsors the Reveille Beauty Contestg any coed is eligible to enter, and the judges are from off-campus. Ernest Leister is sponsor of the publication. 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N Aw , "1 1 " ,fX"ff4QZ5'lW -Ak ' 2 1.0 M ,7" Z .-4 f,gf"Al 'QP X I' by -v 'ff Q nl . OXLFJFI , U If I I In Russell Wins Gold ln Mexico Ulympics A Rebel swimmer has achieved the ultimate in athletics. Doug Russell, a junior from Midland, won two gold medals in the Olympics in Mexico City in October. The lanky, blond tanker set a record in the 100-meter butterfly, then went on to salvage an American victory in the 400- meter medley relay. He was the first native Texan to win Olympic gold in swimming. Russell swam the butterfly in 55.9 seconds, an Olympic record, and defeated highly fav- ored Mark Spitz. Russell's record was only three tenths of a second off the world record Spitz set at the U. S. Olympic trials, where Spitz nosed out Russell. Russell broke both his and Spitz's record when he swam the butterfly in 49.3 in a spe- cial exhibition at Southern Methodist Univer- sity, February 26. Russell turned a two-yard American deficit in the medley relay into a yard-and-a-half lead for anchorman Ken Walsh. Russell, who has competed for the Rebels three years, was red shirted this year. He will compete for Arlington in 1969-70. Russell has held or shared in three world records. In NCAA competition for the Rebels he had won or shared nine national champion- ships and holds five NCAA records. He has won 18 All-American awards. He took two gold medals and as many meet records in the 1967 Pan American games, capturing the 200- meter individual medley and swimming a leg on the medley relay. Doug Russell, a Midland native, won two gold medals in the 1968 Olympics for swimming. Rebel swimmer Doug Russell acknowledges the first place he has won the 100-meter- butterfly as a thoroughly upset Mark Spitz grimmaces in surprise. Spitz was heavily favored to win the race. JJ- Doug Russell reflects on the events at Mexico City while ence. Mrs. Betty Jane Russell applauds her son Mrs listening to praise at a special Russell Day Program. Russell taught Doug to swim. Russell gave his own account of his victory to the audi- Russell and his coach, Don Easterling, check Russell's time at the Rebel pool. Easterling described Russell as "One Of the three best all-around swimmers in the world." Eas terling Big Part Uf Russell Success Doug Russell signed a swimming letter of intent with then Arlington State College with- out ever visiting the campus. "I guess it was not the wise thing to do, signing without ever seeing the school or even being in Arlington," admits Russell. "But it is a great institution and I've never regretted signing." Russell feels that much of his success in the Olympics was due to his coach, Don Easter- ling, and Easterling's "national thinking." "Most of the swimming coaches point to- ward the state meet. Coach Easterling doesn't get upset if we fail to do well in the state meet. He would much rather we made the NCAA or AAU finals. That means you are among the top eight swimmers in the country in that event." Russell feels his victory was the biggest of his career because "for the first time in Coach Easterling's life he was satisfied with one of his swimmers. "When he's working with us, he walks up and down the pool. He'll grudgingly say 'good' if he's pleased, but most of the time he chews on you when you mess up." Easterling says that Russell's victory over Mark Spitz was no fluke. "He didn't upset him-he beat him," says Easterling. "I've never seen a young man so confident. Doug just believed that he was the best butterflier in the world. And once he made that team, he had one thing in mind: To win that gold medal." "You take your top swimmers, let 'em go 100 and 200 yards in every stroke and then count points. Doug will be right in there." Faatball MQW +5 as C use Une Casts Rebels Sl C Title UTA Head Coach Burley Bearden said be- fore the football season that his club would be improved over the 1967 squad which compiled a 9-1 record and a Pecan Bowl victory. But Bearden also said his team might not go 9-1 again because of the tough schedule. He was right on both counts. The Rebels were improved all right, but finished 6-4 and took second place in the Southland Confer- ence. Last year the Rebs won the close ones, taking five games by a total of eight points and three by a single counter. But this year was a reversal. UTA lost three games by a total of seven points and lost an- other by a wide margin to powerful West Texas State. Second-ranked San Diego State nipped UTA, 23-18, to open the season, then the Rebs whipped Northeast Louisiana 24-14, and lost to New Mexico State, 21-20. UTA won the next four of tive-beating East Texas State, McNeese State of Louisiana and Trinity while losing to West Texas State. Thus the SLC title was on the line against Arkansas State, but the Confederates bowed, 22-21. An easy but meaningless 37-20 win over winless Lamar Tech was the season's finale. UT Arlington grid mentors include Charlze Key trainer Bobbv Lane Head Coach Burley Bearden, Charlie Qualls and Judd Ramsey Bearden has compzltd a 22 9 record since he became head coach Ln 1966. Na. I Aztecs Trip U TA, 23- 18 Jimmy Thomas and Skipper Butler staked UT Arlington to a pulsating 18-17 lead late in the game, but top-rated San Diego State rallied for a touchdown with 1:22 left to nip the Rebels, 23-18, in the season opener at San Diego Stadium. The Aztecs, rated tops in the small college polls in pre-season, still had to fight off the scrappy Rebs after they scored their final TD. Mike Baylor's fourth down pass intended for Dick Hill was intercepted at the one with :24 showing. Baylor had hooked up with end Thomas for a pair of touchdowns, and Butler had kicked an unbelievable 51-yard field goal to keep UT Arlington in the game all the way. The first scoring aerial came in the opening moments when Baylor found Thomas at the Reb 31. The Arlington speedster eluded SDSC defensive back Clancy Oliver and took off down the far side line for a 69-yard tally. Butler's PAT made it 7-0 with 7:17 left in the first. The Aztecs came back with 17 points in the second period, however, to put the game seem- ingly out of reach. Oliver intercepted a Baylor pass and returned it 28 yards for a score with 12:59 left in the half. Then Dick Wood booted a 35-yard field goal to put SDSC in front 10-7. With :38 left in the half, fullback Lloyd Edwards scored from the two making it 17-7. STATISTICS sos UTA 14 First Downs 12 , 132 Rushing Yurilafe 16 26-17-2 Passes as-14-2 A . , , , 161 Passing Ynralage i 205 Defensive back Jim Mareum 1422 intercepts San Diego aerial 7-37.1 P Ppntinu s-59625 - - T-:IT , Z 1 S A- which set up UTA touchdown as Charlie Soladay f26l turns around , 1.uf,T,fcQQL,,St 4 to block. Sophomore Tommy Davis 1621 prepares to provide blocking zvhich aids Mike Baylor i101 in a huge gain, getting UTA out of a hole against the Aztecs. M - ...4u-....K-- " 1 V C' ' 'L,9K""""" 1, -'H-4 " 4'4"-f'-r - H 'N-""""""""-W mf-f-""'-'Mi Dick Hill makes a spectacular catch of Ronnie Faulkner's pass for a 13-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter against Northeast Louisiana. Northeast Louisiana line finally smothers Reb's Danny Griffin after six yard gain in 24-14 win. N Rebels Power Past NE L a. Junior Ronnie Faulkner sparked UT Arling- ton to two fourth quarter touchdowns as the Rebels scalped Northeast Louisiana State, 24-14, September 21 at Memorial Stadium. Head Coach Burley Bearden kept his home record slate unblemished as the Rebs came within two minutes of shutting out the Indians. With UT Arlington leading 24-0, Indian halfback Joe Profit rambled 71 yards for a touchdown and Al Miller took an 8-yard TD toss from quarterback Steve Mansur with only :05 showing on the clock to cut the deficit to 24-14. Faulkner spelled Mike Baylor with :14 left in the third quarter and drove the sluggish Rebels to a pair of scores, one on a 13-yard pass to Dick Hill, the other on an 18-yard aerial to Jimmy Thomas. Skipper Butler, who converted after all three touchdowns, also added a 45-yard field goal which gave Arlington a quick 3-0 lead in the first quarter. In the second, Baylor moved the score to 10-0 when he connected with Hill for a 5-yard tally. Northeast Louisiana took advantage of the substitutes inserted by the Rebs in the final moments of the game and marched to two TDs, keeping the score respectable. STATISTICS NELS UTA 10 First Downs 18 184 Rushing Yardage 0 38 Passing Yardage 254 4-15-1 Passes 18-38-0 10-41.4 Punts 6-40.0 5-5 Fumbles Lost 2-5 40 Yards Penalized .-6 Aggies Nip U TA New Mexico State choked off a UT Arling- ton rally in the waning moments to take a 21-20 victory at Las Cruces, New Mexico, September 28. Arlington had taken a 20-14 lead in the third quarter on a 34-yard pass interception run by linebacker Billy Stewart, but NMSU came back and took over the lead for keeps on a 26-yard aerial from quarterback Loy Hayes to end Ralph Lavage. The Aggies scored first on a 16-yard pass from Hayes to Howard Taylor at 6:01 of the first quarter. Ron James, who rushed for 110 yards, kicked the point to make it 7-0. Rebel kicker Skipper Butler cut the lead to 7-3 with a 30-yard field goal midway in the second quarter. But the Aggies took the ensu- ing kickoff and came right back, scoring on a four-yard gallop by James. The Rebels made it 14-10 when NMSU's Lynn Martin bobbled a Butler punt, Jimmy Thomas picked it off in mid-air and sped 43 yards for an easy touchdown. Butler put UT Arlington closer at 14-13 when he kicked a 38-yard field goal with 7:25 left in the third quarter. Five minutes later Stewart made his interception return and the Rebels temporarily controlled the game. Hayes hooked up with Lavage for the go- ahead points, and Peterson stifled the remain- ing Rebel hopes with his interception. STATISTICS NMSU U'1A 19 First Downs 14 290 Yards Rushing' 158 130 Yards Passing: 61 9-18-1 Passes 6-26-1 6-40 Punts 8-33 3 Fumbles Lost 0 40 Yards Penalizecl 30 A temporarily side-lined Rebel signs an autograph for a young admirer. IlSiZegUfullbacle Danny Griffin 1331 follows interference from Philip Berry 1761 for yardage against iunnnuxn..zl. '- -' van sn-4 ' wusrwgus-,pfwnp 3 - may- t.f'1x.. .N '-arf-Ms' us . -' ' ' ' Records Broken in Heb Routing of E T Kicking ace Skipper Butler boomed a 60- yard field goal, second longest in modern foot- ball history, and quarterback Mike Baylor and end Jimmy Thomas rewrote some record books themselves as the Rebels rallied to whip East End Dick Hill get-was sideline pass for short gain before least 'lm-fi Texas State, 41-30 October 5 at Memorial State's Mike Myers 1325! makes the stop. Stadium. -- - Baylor threw 22 strikes in 38 attempts for 374 yards and three touchdowns, Thomas speared six of the tosses for 219 yards and a TD. UTA had to make a fantastic comeback to ice the win. The underdog Lions jumped to a 13-0 lead on a five yard keeper by quarterback Benny Kirkland to end Richard Houston. East Texas scored again in the first quarter on a 28-yard strike from Kirkland to Tom Black, after UTA's Butler had kicked a 45- yard field goal. Butler cut the UTA deficit to 20-16 in the second period with field goals of 60 and 40. Arlington dominated the second half. Bay- lor's TD passes to Mike Buchanan and Dick Hill gave the Rebels a slim 29-27 lead, but Mark Regian's 27-yard FG put the Lions back out front, 30-27 at the end of three quarters. The Rebs iced the game in the fourth when Monty Tolleson blocked Jim Dietz's punt in , the end zone for a safety and Thomas caught a 54-yard scoring pass from Baylor. Butler's PAT made it 41-30. STATISTICS ETSU UTA 19 First Downs 18 211 Yards Rushing 98 261 Yards Passim! 374 10-28 Passes Completed 22-38 0 Passes Int. By 4 1 Fumbles Lost 2 5-26.0 Punts 5-29.8 f' 'H W 5-G7 Penalties 8-75 Kicker deluxe Skipper Butler boots extra point against Lions, also added field goals of 40, 45 and 60 yards. 1 - I lil M' a 123 '71 ' Cowboys' field general Ricky Miller is sandwiched between Reb defenders Carl Copeland f34j and Billy Mitchell K on ground j . Quarterback Mike Baylor sprints around end for sizeable gain as McNeese Stateis Glenn Bond f8'0l tried to bring him down. if '. '..' - , 'ig-in' JTAG! fl 1' ' -5- .ff 1 11!'7A'lH5Il B' Q. 6 ia. vi . ..., Rebels Lambast McNeese, 46-21 UT Arlington's fullback Danny Grifiin gained 172 yards rushing and scored two touchdowns as the Rebels broke open a half- time deadlock in the second half for an easy 46-21 victory over McNeese State, October 12, at Memorial Stadium. McNeese took a 7-O lead in the initial quar- ter when quarterback Ricky Miller skipped 46 yards for a score on a keeper. Wayne La- Grappe kicked the extra point. The Rebs scored their first touchdown on a 71-yard drive in seven plays, capped by Grif'lin's two yard plunge. Butler booted the first of five extra points. UT Arlington made it 14-7 with 6:56 in the first quarter on an 11-yard end around by Jimmy Thomas and hiked the lead to 21-7 when Griffin plunged one yard early in the second quarter. McNeese battled back to tie on a pair of one-yard runs by Larry Grissom and Carol Breaux.. LaGrappe kicked the PATS. The Rebs broke the game open in the sec- ond half on a seven-yard run by Tim Christy, a 10-yard pass to Thomas from quarterback Mike Baylor, Butler's 41-yard field goal, a safety and Don Jordan's two-yard sprint to paydirt. STATISTICS McN UTA 13 First Downs 26 196 Yards Rushing 283 52 Yards Passing 195 4-19 Passes Completed 13-24 21 Passes Int. By 2 8-41.3 Punts, No., Avg. 3-33.3 9-56 Penalties 3-10 'U Fumbles Lost 2 Buffalos Stampede Uver Hebs, 41-0 UT Arlington's high-geared offense broke down at Canyon, October 19, and powerful West Texas State took advantage of the stunned Rebels, 41-0. Not since 1965 have the Rebels been blanked and the loss was even more upsetting because the Reb offense has accumulated 87 points in its last two outings. WTSU's Clarence Redic kicked a 27-yard field goal which gave the Buffs a 3-0 lead at the half. Reb linebacker Jim Sheridan recov- ered a fumble at the UT Arlington's one in the opening quarter, preventing the hosts from crossing the goal. Halfback Albie Owens sprinted nine yards for a TD and Redic added a 41-yard effort in the third quarter to give WTSU a 13-0 lead at the end of the third. Three Ronnie Faulk- ner interceptions, including the 40-yard touch- down return of one by Carl Heilman, helped the Buffs to a 28-point last quarter. The Buffs candidate for All-American hon- ors, Eugene "Mercury" Morris was devastat- ing the second half after getting only six yards in the first two quarters. Morris, the nation's leading rusher going into the fray, ran for 126 yards on 25 carries and raced 45 yards for a tally in the fourth quarter. 6-40 0, Punts 10-36-7 Fred Gough f87l and Jun Sheridan 1682 stop WTSU end Dzck Flynn STATISTICS WTSU UTA 20 First Downs 13 240 Rushing Ydg. 87 151 Passing Ydg. 122 14-25-2 Passes 15-42-5 1 Fumbles Lost 2 8-96 Yds. Penalizeml 4-26 f86l after short gain Defensive back Jim Marcum. takes a breather on a szdelzne ' 1 Ii- 1 4 . vi fl I Rebels Put Gri fin in Hgers ' Tank if as I i' W . 'if in ,ss Kaysnqggsnvig g g ' Rfqmya xl . 1, '5p,i?5q ,. ' 7 ,fav s , Iyar X ' Lvf' ' 'V' 1 X i it WW M , ,, 'EVW'-w4f,.i9"f3'1 -ji' ,. J-i,s,,,.w,,, "V ' 6' ' ' ' Q gem 'L f Q-5 ...W 'W , in -5, ' i L .A ei. V- N 6 N Rebel fullback Danny Griffin K 33,1 fights through Trinity defenders to score in the Rebsi 27-14 win over the Tigers. Danny Griffin rushed for 196 yards as the University of Texas at Arlington notched its opening Southland Conference win, 27-14, over Trinity University, Oct. 25, at Memorial Stadium. Griffin carried 29 times, scoring on touch- down gallops of one and 46 yards to pace UTA to its fourth season win against three losses. The scoring began as Griflin plunged one yard, for a 7-0 lead, which capped a 52-yard drive. Skipper Butler kicked the first of 'three extra points. Defensive tackle Ronnie Callaway recovered a fumble at the Tiger nine at the end of the first quarter setting up the second Reb touch- down. Three plays later quarterback Mike Baylor sneaked in from the two to make it 14-0. Butler booted a 41-yard field goal before Trinity marched 61 yards in eight plays for its first TD. Halfback David Steffano stepped the final yard to cut the Reb lead to 17-7 at halftime. Butler added a 25-yard field goal to give the Rebs a 20-7 bulge, but Trinity signal-caller Ronnie Carpenter scored from the three with 3:44 left in the game to make it 20-14. Griffin sprinted 46 yards for a TD an'd Butler kicked the PAT for the final UTA points with 2:25 left in the game. STATISTICS TRINITY UTA 10 First Downs 20 61 Yds., Rushing 290 150 Yds., Passing 162 13-26-1 Passes 11-'22-2 12-39.5 Punts 6-39.8 7-65 Penalties 6-80 2 Fumbles Lost '0 Jimmy Stoehr K 66 J jars Trinity back for fumble. Ronnie Callaway K 72,1 recovers on Tiger nine yard line. R gl 41.3 W --f.. ALL. 54 Hells Dawn A CC 30 20 ln Uuarterback Duel UTA overcame a brisk West Texas wind in 41 degree weather and an early Abilene Chris- tian lead to throttle the Wildcats 30-20 Nov. 9 at Abilene's Shotwell Stadium. The victory gave the Rebels a 2-0 mark in Southland Conference play. ACC opened with a pair of first quarter field goals of 26 and 38 yards by Bob Bearden for a 6-0 lead. UTA drove 90 yards in 10 plays, with Tim Christy going over from eight yards for the score. Skipper Butler's kick gave UTA a 7-6 lead. With one second left in the third quarter, ACC took the lead on a 16 yard pass from Jim Lindsey to Bill Lockey, who in turn, lateraled to split end Johnny Hughes for the remaining 37 yards and a touchdown. Beard- en's point after made it 13-7. Quarterback Mike Baylor scored on a 2- yard run and Butler tacked on a 27-yard field goal to give UTA a 17-13 lead at half. The Rebs put the game away in the second half on touchdown passes from Baylor to Jimmy Thomas and Ronnie Lucas. Trailing 30-13, ACC cut the final count to 30-20 on a 38-yard aerial strike from Lindsey to David Wallace. Tim Chrzstle K44j heads for TD from eight yards out Ln Rebs 30 20 over Abilene Christian. N 'fn-as UTA STATISTICS ACC 19 FIRST DOWNS 24 137 YDS. RUSHING 50 317 YDS. PASSING 371 21-35-1 PASSES 9-56-4 6-28.8 PUNTS 6-28.0 5-24 PENALTIES 5-55 I FUMBLES LOST 1 ' ., 43 Sai 9 4 813. s !J Z' Vlrf' ' , ,,,, -a ,: :Z ' I 7' QM '. -. g,.:"., as-'NJPQLIA if.. -' . 'inf' we- . ' ,L fill' Indians Crush Title Chances Arkansas State nipped the University of Texas at Arlington, 22-21, Nov. 16 at Me- morial Statium to capture the Southland Conference title. Trailing 21-14, the Indians staged their winning drive with 7:22 remaining in the game. Tailback Frank McGuigan, who also scored ASU's first touchdown on a two-yard run in the second quarter, went in from the six this time and also ran the two-point conversion for the 22-21 lead with 3:01 left. The Indians jumped out to a 14-7 lead in the third quarter on an eight-yard pass from McGuigan to Tom Johnson but Butler whittled the deficit to 14-13 with a pair of field goals from 28 and 54 yards out. UTA Went ahead 21-14 with 11:43 left in the game on a seven yard burst up the middle by Griffin, and Mike Baylor's two-point con- version pass to wingback Mike Buchanan. ASU STATISTICS UTA 14 FIRST DOWNS 20 145 YDS. RUSHING 132 151 YDS. PASSING 304 12-28-O PASSES IH-39-"1 14-35.6 PUNTS 4-50.8 1 IVUMBLES LOST 2 'TT YDS. PENALIZED 8 Tribe back Joe Waleszonia blasts over for TD despite heavy pursutt by UTA s Danny Scott f86l H-:iv ff .. f V. ' , ,fff gba .. . A 6 W-"2fk5at.' , . .5 . 'L . aw . , , Ag? 1 4 141 4 . . Q.- .QV .4 ,A HMP ,mf if, if , , 4 1 , Rebels Defeat Winless Lamar Spurting to a quick 16-0 lead, UTA coasted to an easy 37-20 win over hapless Lamar Tech at Beaumont, Nov, 23, in the season finale. Quarterback Ronnie Faulkner passed the Rebels to their sixth win of the year by hitting 11 of 19 passes for 179 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Kicking specialist Skipper Butler got UTA oil to a flying start by booting a 53-yard field goal two minutes deep in the game. Tailback Jerry Massey's five yard TD run and a 20-yard scoring toss from Faulkner to end Jimmy Thomas highlighted the Rebs' first quarter outburst. Lamar Tech tailback Doug Carter sprinted five yards for a touchdown, cutting the count to 16-6 at half. But UTA starting quarterback Mike Baylor went over from the eight early in the third quarter and fullback Danny Griffin's three- yard gallop hiked the Reb lead to 30-6. Arthur Hobbs snagged a 12-yard TD pass from Faulkner with 13: 14 left for a 37-6 bulge, before Lamar Tech managed a couple of tallies in the final nine minutes. UTA STATISTICS LT 20 FIRST DOWNS 17 105 YDS. RUSHING 1112 249 YDS. PASSING 239 15-32-2 PASSES 20-43-2 5-38.8 PUNTS 9-35.8 1 FUMBLES LOST 2 1-15 YDS. PENALIZEIJ 7-55 Tech win LT's 5-7 quarterback Bobby McDowell is about to be belted by UTA lmebacker Jzm Sherzdan K681 ,- lf " 'Z-Q ' I " 1 Saw Q 3 -if 5 , , J ' , 'I an ,- X, ,yf 1 "" .- G -nf"v V I I4 ' . , G , I I I: - I 1 V , f,y,,... i ,. ,X g S .ff ff xv ' i ' ,Iliff I Xqtr , is I Tp- . ' an If fri. 1. ' V. f . n A GREG BAILEY, GUARD SKIPPER BUTLER, KICKER FRED GOUGH, LINEBACKEP DICK HILL, END S9 Seven Rebels Un ALI-SI L' Team The University of Texas at Arlington placed seven players on the 1968 All-Southland Con- ference football team. End Dick Hill, guard Greg Bailey, running back Danny Griffin and kicker Skipper Butler were named to the offensive unit. Linebacker Fred Gough, and defensive backs Jim Marcum and Mike Stamps were picked to the defensive team. The SLC coaches also placed seven Rebel gridders in the honorable mention category. They were quarterback Mike Baylor, end Jimmy Thomas, tackle Don Morrison and center Billy Kornegay on offense, plus end Ronnie Callaway, and tackles Jimmy Stoehr and Weldon Grisham on the defensive squad. JIM MARCUM. DEFENSIVE BACK 4 A -3:3 V- x -5 Nffrfvf sw 1 , fs Y' , W ggi? 3914 , ff, .s Y if f Q. 1 If 4 X. ,, . ,, 'V is ' ' " eau... ,, fi ' NN X f'wS'E. -5. -. ,mf H rx,-sg: ,N - I4 I '- ,f DANNY GRIFFIN, RUNNING BACK MIKE STAMPS, DEFENSIVE BACK .. ' -.1 -- -f.. -1- , f Basketball Rebels Post 8-18 Season Cage Mark Coach Barry DoWd's Rebel cagers finished their first season as a major college team with an 8-18 overall mark and a tie for third in the Southland Conference. The season's biggest victory came Feb. 3 at Texas Hall when UT Arlington surprised Lamar Tech's Cardinals, who at the time had rolled up 15 straight victories and the top spot in the college division polls. The Rebels, who had lost 15 straight on the road, finished the season with a Southland Conference win over Abilene Christian at Abilene, pushing the Rebs' final SLC record to 3-5. Seniors Gene Wilson and John Shelton finished among Arlington's all-time top-ten scorers. Shelton nabbed the second spot in the record book with 1,048 points in a four-year varsity stint and Wilson placed sixth with 844 over three seasons. Junior Eddie Stallings, who sat out three tilts with illness, tallied 482 points for a 21.0 average and came Within 45 points of the school career scoring record of 1,052. The season saw UT Arlington fall to several major colleges, including the University of Houston, Bradley, Arkansas, Cklahoma, Vir- ginia Tech, Richmond and Memphis State. The Rebels picked up victories over Sam Houston State, Texas Wesleyan, Missouri- Rolla, Angelo State, Dallas Baptist, Lamar Tech, Arkansas State and Abilene Christian. Rebel forward Eddie Stallings was named to the All-South- land Conference team. David Payne was given honorable mention. Rebel coach Barry Dowd grimmaces, then shows disgust over floor action in Rebs' at-home loss to Abilene Christian. Dowd's crew finished with a 8-18 record in their first major college season. Eddie Stallings f22l grapples for control with a West Texas State eager. CWinning Team Underlined! 83 UTA Murray St. 91 UTA Tenn. Tech 83 UTA Memphis St. 81 UTA Sam Houston 83 UTA Arkansas 80 UTA 114 Tex. Wesleyan 78 UTA 84 Rolla, Mo. 82 UTA 78 Arkansas 87 UTA Hardin-Simmons 106 UTA W. Texas St. 95 UTA Angelo St. 91 UTA "4Lamar Tech 87 UTA XTrinity U. 79 UTA W. Texas St. 95 UTA Oklahoma 89 UTA Dallas B-aptist 66 UTA 'kTrinity U. 103 UTA iLamar Tech 71 UTA Virginia Tech 67 UTA Ehmond, Va. 98 UTA Houston 82 UTA 3"Arkansas St. 80 UTA Bradley 105 UTA "'Arkansas St. 83 UTA "'Abilene Christian 83 UTA iAbilene Christian 81 1'Southland Conference games Rebel cage captains were John Shelton, Eddie Stallings and 9.1 X Z Z! ix 1 N X V X X , f 'wf.......-' Q W 'R 3U-fA4Q 32 We X.-Q v 42 ww. x wil' '64, 1 'uf 'fiif Kgs ff High Ranked Trinity Hands Hebs T wa Losses Trinity's Tigers, Southland Conference kingpin with a 19-4 overall mark, nipped UT Arlington twice in 1968-69. Trinity whipped the Rebels, 79-72, Jan. 11 in San Antonio, despite the 31-point output of the Rebs' Eddie Stallings. Then the Tigers felled UTA, 103-99, Feb. 1 at Texas Hall- even though Stallings again had a tremendous game by scoring 36 points. In the game at San Antonio, John Shelton limited the Tigers' great Larry Jeffries to a mere 10 points, but Jeffries netted 31 points in the win at Arlington. David Wollenman and Herman Jones reached double figures in the loss at San Antonio, with Wollenman getting 13 and Jones 11. At Arlington, Gene Wilson netted 20, John Shelton 19 and David Payne 14 to bolster Stallings' performance. i, H J -Uwarnl Trinity scoring-great Larry Jeffries stretches to block shot by Bob Peek. Jeffries was held to ten points in the Tigers' battle with Arlington in San Antonio. Trinity's Larry Jeffries K25j Gene Wilson and Bob Peek scramble for a loose ball in the Rebs, 103-99 loss to the SLC champions. 1 f Rebels Upset First Ranked Lamar Tech UT Arlington split the series with Lamar Tech, losing 87-67 Jan. 6 at Beaumont, but upsetting the surprised Cardinals, 76-71 at Texas Hall Feb. 3. In the first game at Beaumont, Herman Jones earned high point honors with 22, but the Cards held Eddie Stallings to 11 points and connected on 88 per cent from the free throw line to capture the victory. At Arlington, however, the Rebels registered a 76-71 verdict over highly-regarded Lamar Tech--only one of four setbacks the Red- birds suffered all season long. Stallings' 29 points paced the Reb win in which all five UTA starters played the entire game. David Payne had 16, Gene Wilson 15, John Shelton 12 and Bob Peek four points in the victory. b a QW Rebel center Gene Wilson goes up to score against Lamar Tech in the local crews' 76-71 victory over the Cardinals. The Rebs, snapped a 15 game winning streak for jirst- ranked Lamar. Re c ger Gene Wilson K40j strains to block a Lamar Tech fast-break in Rebels' 76-71 Cardinal upset. SUV!! 0,09 4 5 X0 xl 1 ' .QQ .0 , tx. 3 5 'vi-6' Khin ass f X5 45 54? .4 an Y 6535! gf 5,45 ' w. vs A traffic jarn under the net causes havoc for two ACC Cats and Rebs Bob Peek K 24 J and Willie Elverton K 44 j. Rebels Beat A C0 In Season Finale UT Arlington ended the season Feb. 26 with an 89-81 triumph over Abilene Christian at Abilene - just four days after the Wildcats had defeated the Rebels in Texas Hall, 83-75. Senior tri-captain Gene Wilson closed out his career at Abilene by scoring a personal high of 29 points. Bob Peek contributed scor- ing punch with 15 points and John Shelton ended his college career by garnering 14. ACC dumped the Rebs Feb. 22 at Arlington - although Eddie Stallings had 23 points and John Shelton netted 16. The win at Abilene assured the Rebs of a tie for third place in the SLC with Arkansas State. David Payne K 102 blocks a shot by Abilene Christian. Arlington split a pair with ACC. 69,5 '64 ox, ow my .,o:6f.Q.g',ff ' ' f o 6 - 5. 9 ff. s Q. I' Fir 'N-A lr B 'N mm- if , sw - 9 . ,. " Q ,t bmw , , I, g 1 -K rpg!!-A-M.-L Gene Shelton outreaches a Sam Houston defender to Rebel forward Bob Peek K24j strains for shooting room score in the Rebs' win. against Texas Wesleyan. In on the play are Genes Wilson f40j and Eddie Stallings K22j. C IM 7 Q 6 w 'ii :axis -' .. , ' '3 f, v ' W r wap, t Cage mentor Barry Dowd explains change in strategy during Rebs' at-home loss to Abilene Christian. Dowd has coached at UT Arlington three years. In 1966, his crew compiled the best senior college record at Arlington. U 3 4 t 5 J 0 . . 1 ,, V , 0 , , M-Q-1 -1 ,.,,.,,. ,... A i if I, if Y I 1' vs I i .,,,,,,, ' if .A M If IO KJ . . w-I' Track tus?-qq 4 ..,, 3, 1 ,fx U O Q Kills Q -TS. Heb Track Fortunes lmpro ved In 1969 UT Arlington opened the 1969 track season on a good note, whipping Stephen F. Austin and East Texas State in a triangular meet at Sulphur Springs. It was the first meet in four years the Rebels had won. Captains for the strong team were Dee- Wayne Gray, Al Kraft and Eddie Anderson, all former Southland Conference champions. Gray had won the long jump, Kraft the high jump and Anderson the shot in 1968 SLC action. The Rebels scored best all season in the field events with Gray, Kraft, Anderson and Don Morrison in the discus providing most of the points. Two freshmen, Vance and Lance Adams, were top Rebels in the dashes and hurdles events, and senior Walt Hammond was a threat in the mile and three mile. -ff' sawn: luv Q. ,sf W '11, as ima Mr? f Rebel track captains are DeeWayne Gray, Al Kraft and Eddie Anderson, all former Southland Conference champs. Coach is Bobby Lane, a former Rebel athlete. -f 'T 1 REBEL TRACK TEAM. BACK ROW: Robertson, Ivy, FRONT ROW: Shelfer, Sherrod, Blick, Hamilton, Stowers, Hendrickson, Eddleman, Kraft, Morrison, Kristen, Swift, Beavers, Gray, Watson, Adams, Brasher, Hatfield, Skip Adams, Fowler, Turner, Freeman, Anderson, Bobby Lane. Benson. It ,, " K X174 g A 21591- 'Fm ,mi dv ,5 A , n,s,vQM:f., ' frlfzii- . Lance Adams and Larry Stowers maneuver for a handoh' in the 440-yard relay at the Arlington Relays. Don Morrison took first in discus and second in javelin at ' the Southwestern Recreational meet. Morrison also placed Jimmy Turner, Rebel 880-yarder, takes a third in discus in the Arlington meet. race in the Arlington Relays. breather after his , 'P ' !, M : E y g'1?'f rf' A ,,,. 4, ..- -, ,- ..s. ,., ,.,. .,,., . ' , Qilhfg , g .ww , ' AW. - . Ny- ,gm . I iii , . ,M :,i,,::'Lm.' "vw: 4 Q ,Lg'ft"'52vA.4W Q.-lff: ' U ,,.fjw'1 'N 3 . "fn 1 -:I '.j'.--A .'g,f ., N--.ki---V q ,::3'N.'V--.P .-QQ' Kg 49 li ' ,Q .liars , - V - ' 'xiii :em 5,31 Aw- y ,F!S,jQ,g...:, ,vp ,A Ti. Qggyknglrv Az, -A: ' ,..av.1s2 ,D sg., 'wr .. -'.','3--: Q , g,2fg3gXsgEs3K..tg Q, ,.,z,,.4s,,5,f..:--. :..:.. jf..-3 1 ,-my .L ,k -.ye .:'vxnf+f-. , -. ...Q H, ,xxuw Am-. .. -r' - 'IN -a'3,, 'Q Q -an -. " iff:-:?iil'1. 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V 3f""i' X in ., x 'tm Y - ffl. -3 Lance Adams took fifth in the 440-yard intermediate hurdles in the Southwestern Rec. meet. fl Swimming Kar-fl IX ,lf gf. - .4 If Q"-1""i 1 ,-. 9' A!" 1"' l l E 0 X l F K , 2 , ii N I 8' l fi' , . ,W R I ,zzxjhg 5, . Brians Robbins and Bob Cain. Don Rebel Tanker captains are Easterling is the coach. Varsity Tankers Win 12, Lose 2 UT Arlington's varsity swimmers posted an impressive 12-2 dual meet record despite the absence of Olympic Gold Medal winner Doug Russell, who was red-shirted. The Rebels' only losses were to Big Eight Conference powerhouse Kansas and South- west Conference Kingpin Southern Methodist. Both setbacks came on the road, Kansas win- ning 66-47 in Lawrence, Kan., and SMU taking a 69-44 victory in Dallas. The tankers, coached by Don Easterling, accumulated 128 points to win the Texas In- vitational Relays Dec. 7 at Austin and garnered 304 points to top the field at the Hendrix College Relays Dec. 14. Reb dual meet victories came at the expense of John Brown University Ctwicej, Eastern New Mexico, Texas Christian, Rice, Hendrix College, Missouri, Louisiana State, UT Austin, Arkansas, New Mexico State and Texas AKLM. The season was climaxed March 27-29 in Bloomington, Ind. when eleven Reb swimmers participated, but failed to place, in the NCAA University Championships. UTA'S freshman season was highlighted by a pair of triumphs over SMU's frosh. f , I . 3 2 1. . V ' V P fi W All 4' 's1".'-Nf!.' .":'i" A 3 - , 1. 1 t 7 ' 'l i - n ' - - . REBEL SWIMMING TEAM. Back row: Dunham, Helms, Iverson, Bailey, Barnes, Dunnauant, Shaw, Spenser, McConnell, Graves, LaCroix, Lamury, Lynn. Middle Row: Deefield, Goudeket, Ingram, Easterwood, Kennington, Pacheco, Winters, Jameson, Covington, Easterling. Front row: Robbins, Ferraro, Lorimor, Smith, Cain, Russell, Siefert, Henson, Strong, Barry. , Dual Meet Results UTA 85, John Brown University 28 UTA 62, Eastern New Mexico 46 UTA 95, TCU 16 UTA 93, Rice 20 UTA 72, Hendrix College 41 UTA 635, Missouri 49M2 Kansas 66, UTA 47 LSU 45 UT Austin 46 UTA 67, UTA 67, UTA 90, John Brown University 22 UTA 89, Arkansas 24 UTA 97, New Mexico State 16 UTA 44 SMU 69, UTA 76, Texas ALQM 375 9 vm r .. 'X ' Msgw. 2 Y ls N ' if f, fe 'WW af' 1, ' Q., , '71 ' 4' , r r 1 V I 5 A 9' X' f. , 2, 1 dgww fe '- X 'Y Y Fairs. , 'Z N, fxws . A - 5 4- X 4 fer" my , M 11s. X Sgt , WMV '- , 3 if X Q! If 3 fl ,- , , in W ' Z x , , , Wm , Q 1 W K M X U x KN x if I 4 f Q .:,.:,:' M 51, 4 Y , M , W Z f f - s K. A .- , 'C ' again 1 y .aah + , fi ! ZW 5 'r ' issss.. :5g:, 5 , M' W x x .. V Q.. , x 0 , st is ' I' ' H 1 1 Wana -'W' W 1 A N. Reb tanker Billy Barnes competes in the 100-yard free style. 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M1 K . t d . h . h I dual meet with Southern Methodist U72lL8fblfV LH Dallas L as ennlng on e ges past a Competztor to t e fints me in the butterfly' Arlzngton and SMU had the top ranked suznzmzng teanu rf fi 1 ,Xffi gift! lf ' -I-Y , 2' .2 f.hi'!'iS'Y"'1-. H- ' M Minor Sparts Bowlers Campe te ln Conference Meets Rebel bowlers kept a firm grip on third place in the Texas Intercollegiate Bowling Conference. Teams in the conference include Baylor, Rice, South Texas Junior College, Southwest Texas State and UT Austin. T. A. Lewis is coach for the team. All five members of the squad averaged about 189 for the season in eight meets. Team members are Harold Krecek, captain, Richard Helgeson, Mark Morgan, Tony Alex- ander and Gary Ives. Krecek and Morgan have both bowled with the team for four years. 3 gf Hr' 'Q REBEL TENNIS TEAM: Back row: Brett Malott, Michael Terlesky, Stan Hemmeline, Mac Whidabn. Front row: Bill Saunders, Richard Prince, Gary W. Thomas. . l REBEL BOWLING TEAM: Mark Morgan, Richard Helgesong Harold Krecek, captain, and Tony Alexander Not pictured: Gary I ues. Ne tmen Pla y ln 17 Dual Battles Bill Roark's UT Arlington tennis team started the season Feb, 14 at the Fort Worth Invitational Tournament, followed by 17 dual meets. Members of the Rebel net crew included Bill Saunders, Richard Prince, Brett Malott, Stan Hemmeline and Gary Powers. UTA scheduled dual meets against East Texas State, Southern Methodist, Texas ASLM, North Texas State, Hardin-Simmons, Texas Christian, Southeastern Oklahoma, Kansas State, Stephen F. Austin, Lamar Tech, Abilene Christian, Trinity and Arkansas State. The Reb netmen concluded the campaign May 8-10 by participating in the Southland Conference Meet at San Antonio. 1 'fi :il Beasley Urganizes Rebel Baseball Starting from scratch, UT Arlington fielded its first baseball team ever in 1969. The Rebels, playing without scholarship, were confronted with a rugged 23-game schedule that included Southwest Conference member Texas Christian. The Frogs gave the Rebs their first "big" setback, 18-2, then Whipped the Confederates once again, 11-5 later in the season, Other teams vying with the first-year Rebs were Tarleton State, University of Dallas, Southeastern Oklahoma, Dallas Baptist, Austin College, Texas Wesleyan, Abilene Christian, Trinity University, Lamar Tech and Arkansas State. Games with ACC, Trinity, Lamar Tech and ASU were all Southland Conference clashes. Members of the team, coached by Tom Beasley, were David Poston, Ronnie Green, Al Carter, Gene Merrell, Joe Massa, Loyd Sneed, Brent Skillman, Jimmy Hayes, Harvey Guthrey, Mike Spain, Henry Fulkerson, Sandy McGee, Larry Duke, Jim Abt, Danny Overcash, Steve Watkins, Ronnie Lucas, Tony Wilson, Barry Worden and Danny Wilson. - . 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W'Z'- fe -r-' 'T' if-" P -:"' ' 'ff ' ii: "'-ai'-'T KJ -vw' -r ",,,....' -pq' Ei' ,dru- Q -Q. -1 V 9 ii ""fY'e qiffq Lf 'WW' an -'- , V xr-V-Q. N . N ww' """" I -...-4' F 4 'VMC REBEL BASEBALL TEAM. Back row: Beasley, Duke, Carter, Merrill, McGee, Hopkins, Sneed, West. Middle row: Massa, Spain, Abt, Hayes, Watkins, Carter, Fulkerson, Front row: Poston, Green, Wilson, Worden, Overcash, Guthrey, Wilson. U " wp r-v--- ' , vq u ,. 1 I My p ,'Y.,,.-r 8405? r U X - I Ami 'K I ., I 1 'f .. la? , , ' sf", - "rg, 4 "' f -, 1 gag! SV ,gf ,W LJ I .47 A , A 'Q M -,gg - ' , "H- E- A ,, , --., 4 . fs . 43,12 ' W' zfwif-'H - H ,, -,,., ..,-.fwfr ,-- A--e .H a ,W 1 f , X :ggi 1 I . 1 , , g zgfi'-1 e S S! 'S -. 1 A.,.'Y'+7l ' ' ,:1,, , All omg' , 1 - x A 1 Sandy McGee slides into the first half of a double Slugger Gene Merrell heads for home and congratulations from pla b South t Okl ' ' ' ' ' y y eas ern ahoma State. teammates after htttzng ftrst Reb homerun Ln hzstory, a 325- footer against Austin College, March 21. Ji .ef N IQ , r gebel mentors are Sam. West and Tom Beasley. The Rebels played at 10,000-seat Tarrant ounty Turnpike Stadtum, home of the mmor league Dallas-Ft. Worth Spurs. H -1.3 - . xi tri xx Y 4 gi f" ' fi Q N -H Linksters Duel With North Dakota State The seven-member UT Arlington golf team played in three tournaments and eleven dual matches 'during the 1969 season. The Tom Tinker-coached linksters com- peted in the Southwestern Rec Meet at Fort Worth, the Stephen F. Austin Meet at Nacogdoches and the Abilene Intercollegiate Tournament at Abilene. The Southland Conference meet at San Antonio ended the season for the Rebel golf- ers. UTA scheduled dual meets with North Dakota State, North Texas State, Texas Wesleyan, Southern Methodist and Texas Christian. All matches except North Dakota State were played on a home-and-home basis. Members of the Reb golf team included Garry Wolff, Tommy Williams, Mike Tipton, Rusty Lathen, Steve Kimball, Tommy Burton and Scott Bridges. A' if -. ,, x W , 3 X , ,e eftlif , if , , . - 4. ...z REBEL GOLF TEAM. Front row: Mike Tipton, Garry Wolff, Tommy Williams, Coach Tom Tinker. Standing: Tommy Burton, Steve Kimball, Rusty Lathen, Scott Bridges. fx W ggi' 5? I I V if xxxxig 7, tix x W Agqwu :Cv W 'A ,. . 'IPM 4' . -., 71 - ' M NE my ua, Q x 'x A'- Intramurals Intramurals Gro ws Delts Norman Tindall, Les Baxter and Tom Wallace rush Kappa Alpha ball carrier in intramurals semi-finals play. Delts won the game, advancing to hnals. X ni, 1. S, 1 . fxn, 14 1 i -ii I 1' - fuk Max ine' ,Q 'K hui ' , Jim Bennett, Kappa Sig quarterback, fires a pass beyond the reach of Delta Tau Delta defenders. Delts won the game, how ever, for the social league intramurals title. X A A in 0 fe' :fx 1.41, 0.---' L. ,,- fr,-,kb q uf - 1 . ' . "RUN--., ' ' ,".g f"ff""-3- H., .L we-I .K df- f,'!'g,. '1""Y.f',ff,9'-filgtsi-1'r', "' -ua. .,-r wp l 1 Q '..'."'f?I" 'T' 'Q' -"M WZ- wiv? iq, r - s ' M -- WF' .Y ' ,- , , , -X ' " ' M ,x . X, .W g .2 Q M U- ff' P - mf. .J . . I, x . A .A V , V' S -' - - - Y 1' 'mf' ' . ,, tf.f3-.tm-Q.. s. -. 'ww . - -l . - . - f, A H, "' 1 :fag V. 1 jq:"",, af v,'...'-4.3 . in - ,,.A...'3w., .,'.i,,:..,,,:M,g,,,, sf , Q""zW.x1.T'..-- . L-ul ""LYf'Tf' an-nam., rr,-v ,fl V-'K' .49-iw i M24 . . ., ..- . vo. qv.-f 4 it-'gb s in ' M -Q ,K 4 1 . bv' ' -f ,, V., ' M- M L .aw-. ,,... - Y 0 in Mk .S 4 fr ,,, riff' r-'L wa e . . , Q "w'5'?X "' 'ff 3w'i',' f K I W N . .1 , av W! . 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DU David Sheppard swims the backstroke in intramurals tank meet Coed Kathy Kristal heaves the shot in March. W c , -as-.., , , ' -fl , .. 'Q """'-'-' ' we - Y' f "'Y"' u.-15 1-L4 W X x X x ?"""""' """" gi-rr".."' ...1'1,,,,...,, .E '-1-wwe-..1 .fy Delt Tom Wallace tries unsuccessfully to block Kappa Alpha Jim Gihinls pass in an intramural playoff battle. Rushing Giffin is Delt Les Baxter. A quarterback climbs for passing room during an intramurals football game. Over 30 teams competed in the program directed by Coach Jim Garrett. 17 Uc ' f' 3,1 ' .7 ,P if-.,. xi - H Awg""f,,,,,1-i- , ' Y V " . f-. H as-' ' Q n ' u l th 3 v "' Y ,-1"" ' . ' . v - g ' I " 4 ' :. ' , .,,f Ay.u...k , J A . K ,i A Passing Fancy Liz Harrington stretches for a pass during a halftime game of pitch at the Kappa Alpha-Delt game. J' 411 igfsgi f'-4 4 sf 'X 2 : Qin 'H N42 P H UNALITI S xv nl'sv. Qu 5s- rg 1 '- W I 1 N Tl.. 'ff' .. 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"X-' ' Q' . -3. T 9 -. Q'-4' 9'e5af J 'ff' '- . - -1.8 V Q 'SW' 'SZ 'Y -ty . ' 19-fi -ff. , - -4 ' ,, ' 'QQ Q Q:Q Q Q ,him A Q QQ' 'ls pid' 'MVN - f - Q QQ.Q . n, .UJiQ ...aff I!! jpg. ., , . - , P , 11',:1'xq, Q ' ' i, FK . .. , , . 1 A. , H3533 ' '11 -sr . Student Congress and freshman cheerleader candidates made effective use of signs while advertising their candidacies during fall elections. Roy Johnson, father of freshman cheerleader candidate Margie Johnson, helps his daughter build a campaign sign. A S ZX-7 m Electians, Can tes ts Interest Students The 1968 Fall elections were hindered by the construction and landscaping of a mall which replaced Second Street. Competition for twelve campus favorites, three freshman class officers and eight cheerleaders, several student congress positions and Miss Dixie Belle was as rigorous as in the past. The preceding week girls competed in the preliminaries of the Reveille Beauty Contest wearing school clothes and after-tives. The 26 finalists appeared in tailored suits and formals and were judged by a fashion photog- rapher, an instructor from John Robert Pow- ers and a Dallas Tornado soccer player. Eight coeds were selected as university beauties. Atkms Ends herself crvmg amldst congratulations from her friends. rw- if 'W Miss UTA UT Arlington's feminine spirit symbol is Miss UTA. Cindy Hall Won this position in the spring elections. She is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority and a past Trinity House sweetheart. Miss UTA is a 20-year-old junior history major whose hometown is Arlington. Cindy, as official hostess for the University of Texas at Arlington, welcomes visiting dignitaries and represents the college at off-campus ac- tivities. Her duty also takes her to area high schools to encourage students to attend UT Arlington. 8 w 1 1 1 I 1 I l 2I5 Q 4 Miss Dixie Bel e As the UT Arlington marching band played "The Impossible Dream" Miss Sandra Griffin was crowned Miss Dixie Belle. Miss Dixie Belle reigns as homecoming queen during the half- time ceremonies. Sandra is a 20 year-old junior majoring in English. She is a member of Les Choisies so- rority and makes her home in Arlington. Finalists in the Miss Dixie Belle contest were Sandra Gri17in, Sandra Caffey, Shari Schick and Cindi Sabatucci. pail- .3 rv.. I-e S 6 A -L: J 'X 9 V fs f New rn JK, if ...lu-. . ul' nv I N Jalmn y Reb UT Arlington's male spirit symbol is Johnny Reb. Scott Taylor won this position in the spring elections. His search for a uniform began before the end of school and continued through the SUIT1- mer. The uniform is patterned after the one worn by the Confederate cavalry general, Nathan Bedford Forrest. The double breasted grey jacket, ornamented with yellow braid, is worn with blue trousers. The yellow braid sig- nifies the cavalry and the sword is symbolic of a mounted officer. Scott found a single brass button marked with the raised letters CSA fConfederate States of Americaj. On the re- verse side of the button dated 1812, he found the name of the Waterbury Button Company. Following up on a hunch he located the com- pany in Waterbury, Connecticut, and learned that they had made all of the buttons for the Confederacy. The company notified Scott that there were only twelve buttons left. Scott bought the last of the 157-year old buttons for 12 cents each. The black leather boots and gloves that Johnny Reb wears were handmade for him. His hat is styled after hats worn by cavalry officers. Johnny Reb acts as an oflicial host of The University of Texas at Arlington. An Arlington resident and past UTA cheer- leader, he is a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. Scott was one of three chosen Who's Who in Biology to represent this insti- tution in the annual directory of distinguished American university students. X Fa varites Mike Ba ylnr Vicke Sheldon ex 4 X ff if MS is 44 Pam Sims Skipper Butler Jim Wallace Jaria Jackson Kath y Christa! SJ. C yzzx, - Fa vorites catt Taylor K A 5 a V ,. ff ' f 5 'Fr gh it 1 V ,M , Linda A tkins V' Q, f 7 iQ W -wi, le ,, 1 , , 1 Z K X W xx. at, is X 1 5 . 7 Bruce Hil Fa varites 224 Dick Hill Sandra Gregg Rebel Cheerleaders Boost U TA Spirit ANDRA GRIFFIN f I 'Q 5 gs I wr FJ'- r 71 44 gg. 'r A btfk vtn W .in I f 355 ' I 3 rw. - J, - Nj. .Iv 'i no-gil wil'-4'r.' - '94- 3. QU. sf" bv:-gift 4 "'P3vf W-' Rebel Band Maiore ttes Fronting the 126-piece UT Arlington marching band, from left kneeling, are Sharon Soladay, Donna Beaird, Cheryl Ferguson, and Judy Bone. Standing from left are Mickey McCoy, Sandy Cahfey, and Jan Owen. M f 4 .7 1 Q 1 api ef f , M Q lg lc, ' X 45 .n -ug, vw M 3 my U, W F Z , wifi 1 Q-.ivlvlf Mr. and Miss Rebel Spirit Jimmy Pritchett Candy Beach ,,,.w4-HQ' Freshman cheerleaders are, front row, Cindi Strong, Connie Bennett, Nicki Thompson, Cheryl Greevef Back row, Bruce Bell, Steve Erspamer, David Neal, Mike Mitchell. Freshman cheerleader Connie Bennett leads a yell at a Friday noon pep rally in front of the Student Center. The yell leaders performed at freshman basketball games. Frosh Clleerers Encourage Spirit 9 Q ,, I- ,V ,X- Dennis Hay-President Freshman Class Elects Ufficers :xx , Vi" A '5 fy 1-sf ' 9 , , ffl Y 7 " ',2f.Q. "1 ff' e 5.56.9 ri.. - U Lx- xfcx f 29' " Mg. 1'-'x"g1i7 if b' " 3545: if Q '. 'Lays pu-Ax 1 1 3 'ui .AQ , Lieda Mel auglrin-Secretary Wvianne Herrera- Vice President 12 'Q Editors Beauty Jenny Baker 3 'N 5 B 4 ,Qld . Q 5:?2?'Q?i - f W w?'13f3ifi2 ,r fs A lf' e i ff W' Jkmw WW X. gffqw Miss Baker has served as associate editor of the Reveille for three years. The blue-eyed blonde is a senior English major. He veille Beauties 1 n mcg I 1 lx 1 r fi 9 , 4,6 H w 4 9 I , , N a,6Q5Q53l Lw,,5,m'i1if3i, N5 si B' . Q -- , ,l X-.fs ,le X N lfvhio' as ' sw? ff- Q Y " 1 wx, ,al , W w,-,ff s -40 1+-9' . . X' V ' ' 7. sw. " s ,, v ' ,. -fu., f mf -, Hs' Pima f . ' X ' .w ' X-S54 .. - ,W , as je-Q'-fe-vw -. . - A 1 l 1 r E 2 mda Mcfiasklll Alpha Ulu Umega Lmda a sophomore SOC10lOgy major com mutes each day from Dallas She is 19-years old wlth brown ha1r and eyes and stands five feet five mches tall 1 S1 Q. 234 , lo,. 4 lhsl A .Elma ---uno-N ,U .L W , ,,,,...,.,.. . , ,. . .,.. ' ix 7+- na i, ,J He veille Beauties Sandra Griffin les Clmisies Sandra is a 20-year old junior English major who lives in Arlington. She stands five-feet three-inches tall and has blonde hair and green 1 1 a l Ann Heagan En Ami Ann, a 23-year old senior, is a government major from Cleburne. She stands five feet eight inches tall and has red hair and green eyes. Re veille Beauties fu . .. V - ,1'f. Q ' 1 - 'ET?"Vs .',v.. '." ". .. f. -,.'.-S' ' my .- , .44 Q , Q. 4 , 'ff s mud. 5, . I .V u , ' , s' , f , n 1 Q ', 1 Q ,.:.! SX. QS 'M Yr' QM l I Shari Sch bk 5 Alpha chi Umega 2, 9 ., Q Shari, whose hometown is Houston, is ma- 1 V M . f,faG joring in art. She is a 20-year old brown-eyed, so, .MMM brown haired junior who stands five feet five ' e j v inches. it . I. A. fn .0 .,,x , G f , 55,5-fs i I 4 6 .f 'Q ' 01 1 W 4, Q! X . X G ,, , 5. , X A , 4. ,Q N, -6 ' - 1 'Z - H--kj, ' Q is s w -, 1 d fx, '-1..V..nnl 1 ' . ' ...F ul .-kv ' f -1 Q W 1 K' il, 'S df 238 S ' J linda A tkins Alpha L'l1i0mega Linda a junior elementary education major, commutes to classes each day from Grand 'Sn gy x. V 91,4 NZQX pass ,Q-'YQJL5 Y: :gg-fx, Itfgf R329-f. 'r iy, -' ,4 Q - . :Am ",,i21-fir!-an - f 1 "5'5::'fi?f53iff ri-J A, :..q'5-,1...,- 4 .1 bf,f-if. , . WJ. ts?,. Prairie. She is a 20-year old brown-eyed L 3?Y v V -L blonde who stands five feet five inches tall. ,AVI fi'- nv 'l . I C., Gul If --..,, 1. , v N, l Ly.: -Q-sv.. ,. . . N., A--1-f..-...., " 'ff-m,g..f.v: rag! . swf .fmg ft "1--, .M gvfaffifffih. ,V ,ff-asm' my " ' rw '- HRW' mzsfz' W' 'J .A F.k . V45 ' '- fan-A ,A- ZWN!.x-'H . 1' , ...,,. 4,1-lyiz. K -f 'H'- ' 'R fri' I i s , , . 'M-1 . 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'. ..o.f,','. ... ,..'5.l U lw'..-.- n U T System Among Na tion C9 Ten Largest UT Arlington is the second largest institu- tion in the University of Texas System. The system includes ten campuses in seven cities. The University of Texas System ranks among the ten largest systems of higher educa- tion in the nation, with total enrollment ex- ceeding more than 50,000. The University of Texas at Arlington campus has 12,556 stu- dents, one-fourth of the system-wide enroll- ment. The University Board of Regents continue making major academic policy decisions to update administrative procedures. The Board of Regents meets once each sixweeks. The Regents are appointed by the Governor for six year terms. wx S l xf qw. FRANK C. ERWIN, JR. CHAIRMAN JACK JOSEY VICE-CHAIRMAN 4 be "mf-'fi W. H. BAUER FRANK IKARD 10 .-.llgr-" MRS. J. LEE JOE KILGORE JOHNSON, Ill HARRY RANSOM CHANCELLOR RABBI LEVI A. JOHN PEACE E. T. XIMENES OLAN Chancellor A ppain ts A ating Presiden t,' New Chief Uffieer Holds Plz. D., M . Dr. Frank Harrison became acting president of the University of Texas at Arlington on September 1, 1968, succeeding Dr. Jack R. Woolf, who was chief administra- tor 10 years before resigning to return to the classroom as a professor of mechanical engineering. Dr. Harrison was granted a leave of absence from the UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas by Chancellor Harry Ransom to assume the Arlington post until the search for a permanent president is completed. Prior to his appointment, he was associate dean of graduate studies for both the medical school and UT Arlington. A specialist in neuroanatomy and neurophysiology who holds both the M.D. and Ph.D. degrees, the Dallas native received his B.S. degree in chemistry from Southern Methodist University in 1935, studying both at SMU and the UT Medical School at Galveston. He earned M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in neurology at Chicago's Northwestern University in 1936 and 1938, respectively. Dr. Harrison served as professor and chairman of anat- omy at the University of Tennessee. He designed and directed a medical electronics laboratory during his 13- year tenure there. He moved to Dallas in 1952 to join the Southwestern Medical School faculty as a professor of anatomy and to complete requirements for an M.D. de- gree, which he received in 1956. He organized the medical electronics laboratory at the Dallas school and served as its director from 1956 to 1960. In 1956 Dr. Harrison was also named associate dean of the medical school and two years later took on addi- tional duties as associate dean for graduate studies. It was in this capacity that in 1966 the UT System called on Dr. Harrison to organize UT Arlington's new graduate program which has grown from an initial six master's degree programs to 16 in the fall of 1968. Dr. Harrison continued to serve as UT Arlington's chairman of the committee on graduate studies until his appoint- ment as acting president. His professional affiliations include membership in the American Association of Anatomists, American Physiolog- ical Society, Society for Experimental Biology and Medi- cine, New York Academy of Sciences, Biophysical Society, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, and Dallas, County, Texas and American Medical Associa- tions. - .,qs. f.s., ,1,..,.-, . J "f.:rk'vE1i:,g.x, . Q' r 31' I M .1-Jfkflif' f'f'-3"- ei. DR. FRANK HARRISON ACTING PRESIDENT DR. AND MRS. FRANK HARRISON greet faculty mem- bers at a reception held in the early fall honoring the Acting President who took ohfice in September. -A3 -,g--'.Q,m54-- ww .H vlv. . --:W- -M-.,-Q-,-. ix, if Sh :Ui X5 Kg 2955 if 2' ss. 'EQ rv-:v -5 ..-1.. L ,.,, . ,f,,,!. Q -, I i f:- ff? ig " X. 2 1-ff if 'K X 'F em gjsc-sy-Wag,-jg, nm. Q31 n N, fy 4 ,.y 21.3 .9 CJ A g X , A Q 4, fx . N y' -,.5rr,,,y , ,Wy A , . . , ,1 ,.,,7.fWx-is iw ,, -,sr - 1 N X X W. X wi 2 Y WSI 'V f , Y 51 is . ,. .. , xiii. fffs s '-.- ' 6' fi I r " V ' " 479 ff,--12 V J '-'it mg .::. 4 ,, ,,.,, A Q6 gy f tv.. 0 ,S 'Q ' U' , t. -x fy , .w . . f ... , .,, f. 4, I ff 7 , . '. - , ,., 'ref--ff-fs:f-sf Ha. , im., 3- ls , A ff Y I ' 1 b s : -. ,, .V 1 , 4 ,ff 5, , f Z . s ,j j 4 X , . v,' , ,,.- ,.:i -, 4, N- ,f Y M I , 5 zz ' . .ty X ' 1 -f 3? -ggi' Q, ,X if-'55-Q1 tml 'J N 'f 1 V V 4 Q - ' wr -5, 1-. 1 gpg ,-sv., SEI- , V' . R2 . 1- +'r?gsQ,,i, Sw ,, . iiswyuz-.s.1, :is :. 1 ROBERT PRICE, VICE PRESIDENT FOR BUSINESS AFFAIRS, deals primarily with the budgets of the university. DR. WENDELL H. NEDDERMAN, VICE PRESI- DENT OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS, DEAN OF ENGI- NEERING, AND ACTING ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR GRADUATE STUDIES is responsible for undergraduate instruction, and approves the budget and expenditures relating to academic affairs. The four deans of the under- graduate schools report to him, Dr. Nedderman reports directly to the President. was 4 gr1!P'-,F '1.f"V"'i I Q ,,...n.'-ug i Y 3 .W if in A f- gg Y I ' B. C. BARNES, VICE PRESIDENT FOR ADMINISTRA- TION, is responsible for building construction, stah' budgets and is the chief financial ohicer of UT Arlington. Deans Caardlna te Ins tructmn Faculty A university can satisfy its students' needs only with a capable faculty and an adequate program of study. Four academic deans, head- ing the Schools of Business Administration, Engineering, Liberal Arts, and Science, are entrusted with securing their pre-requisites for UT Arlington. By supervision and improve- ment of the personnel, curriculum, and budget within his department, each dean contributes to the preparedness of the university's stu- dents. Y - 23 ng x . . v. s.-. ' U J xii.: xv A T ' . J " .:,s,,,J ,X X DR. WALLACE B. NELSON v DEAN OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 255 A dminis tra urs Budget Funds 'M--'-.ve-',,,...a...-ff Running a university the size of UT Arlington is big business. Handling the many monetary matters is the job of BUSINESS MANAGER A. L. VON ROSEN- BERG. BOB STEPHENS, ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT, acts as liaison for UT Arlington and outside interests. . CHARLES HARDY, INTERNAL AUDITOR, deals primarily in systems work. He aids the different departments and checks to make certain they are complying with the law and with the regulations set forth by the Board of Regents. For the first time in the history of UT Arlington, the internal auditor's 017606 is editing a "Handbook of Fiscal Regulations and Procedures" to be distributed to all departments. , - V 1 - .. fi xml yi Q 5,5 QQ 5 M I f X . I QI.-. Whig? MRS. LOUISE CRIDER, BURSAR, receives payment of all fees and bills due to the University. She can be con- tacted for information concerning repayment of.loans, resi- dence hall room rent and student banking services. PURCHASING AGENT EUGENE PRASEK arranges for all purchases made by departments at UT Arlington. JACK UTTERBACK, BUIJGET AND Rl:'l'UlfTS Ulflfl CER, handles constrzfction contracts, worlss with Ihr' l7ll.xl ness ofhce on accounting procedures, and prepares Ihr- budgwt ri?" ' '- 1 .ff -, . . Q !I"""""' I 53 -In 1 f""N-f "3' s--.. -.,, -,-.......- M-" fx. A Q Y l 44544 CARROLL SHEFFIELD, ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER, oversees accounts and acts in the capacity of business manager when the business manager is unable to do so. library Uses IBM Check-Hut The IBM 357 computer, recently installed in the Library, aids in checking out books. The computer keeps a total of the books checked outg the librarians receive this infor- mation each morning. The Library has approximately 300,000 books, boasting a rapidly expanding collection on Urban Affairs, Social Work and housing the Texas Labor Collection. Librarian is John A. Hudsong Miss Mary Swisher is Associate College Librarian. The Library staff includes 48 full-time employes and several student assistants. v'x'KM"., ff iw, . , wmv ' V F , sig nfs f rw W .4 . A . fix ffi ngwv?'Jfj' an , su H f one f lxfl 4, frffseji ff w ,frf4w,M?:?24f Z Q. V, Y., . if yi Ni 'Q I , "Wasil N , ww. Y .. . ,. , NY?-,ff ,, ,c 'f , A of M1 ,fgiw Masai 'I Q " H'5'5f2 Q . . is tr ir N' 6 fm' Wi' A ff .f ' :if ' X. f rg, A W X' " J , "sniff ,tim I . , . sa, i ' Faculty members gathered on the sixth floor of the Library in the early fall for a reception honoring Acting President Frank Harrison. In addition to a lounge area, the floor also houses Audio-Visual Aids Services and part of the Texas Labor Collection. -IUIIN A. HUDSON, LIBRARIAN, and MISS MARY SWISHER, ASSOCIATE LIBRARIAN, test the IBM computer system used for checking out books in the 300,000 volume university library. f" ,V X gi GENE STEVENSON R. ZACK PRINCE PAUL STRONG ASSISTANT REGISTRAR ASSOCIATE ADMISSIONS DIRECTOR ASSISTANT REGISTRAR Registrar Handles Student Records The Office of the Registrar handles the processing of applications for admission of the 12,556 students enrolled this year. The office is involved with the filing of transcripts, infor- mation concerning Selective Service, answers questions about class schedules, graduation applications and other questions pertaining to enrollment. ,, , . 5 , ,- s A et- ,.,, f , A , Kami Y' ,X ,,l"'?s ' ' " f' , ..- fa' 5 'f' , 12?-1321 I .lim , Ig ., 2 U -In -T KEN THOMAS ASSISTANT REGISTRAR 'ik' Rf ,,--as ELWOOD PREISS REGISTRAR, DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS , '36 ff-ff, KXQ .8 NORMAN MINTER. DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL, is the head of the omce which a.s.wists with the records for the 1,500 full-time and part-time employes of the University. 'I " I I H1550 I I s. Management Assls ted f5XfRp13f?2v?,T5flffgZf Q,fit'ZiiffQflR,h2"Q,Offfrfi-5523212 By Cgmpyfgf Sys 131113 maintenance of campus facilities. ff , L MARVIN SANDERS, DATA PROCESSING MANAGER. and NORMAN WEAVER, SYS- TEMS ANALYST, not only handle the accounting .systenz for the business office, but also take care of the registration system for the registrar. K J F lf I FIA 11:8 R , gs RICHARD YANTIS. EDITOR OF OI"If'IC'IAL PUBLI- CATIONS. is responsible for the printing of the tlrousands of catalogs ut the l7I1I.I'e"l'SI-lj' and the UT Arlington Briefs. KENNISTII WIIITT, INFORIVIATION AND I'UBI,lf'A- TIONS DIRECTOR. hurzflles news relerzses and publica- tions for the Universitbv concerning infornmtion about its progress to the public. A -- V- Nacryq-41.1-fb'f4mswfvaqvuvi-nnyw ,QQ WILLIAM "DUB" BROWN, DIRECTOR Olf' SPORTS INFORMATION. helps place UT Arlington in the lime- light of the athletic world, by editing athletic brochures, rlistrilvuling sports releases unrl promoting all games. . AZ' ,..-fulfil :vi 'B 'Q ' W fi' - 4 ve 5' 1 A Publicity Necessary Far A ctive Campus Deans Guide Students . 221. .. . - .Q ga 2--V ' Iffsi '- '1 'MmmiA Q sf 12.2 . - V 9 ' A- ,T -N. , 4 f 9 ., fam' ww, 4 Wi f ' ""Nu-pr ., '21 3 W 5 C I x I' X . v . :::fp:' , 1 v I A - if QS P Q I. ,ii 4 9 .' ,MP - , . . s-it . 52.1 - "Q -I ' lei" x 2 w:,l3.. 4 ' ff' 1iV g i x A rs A'V' ' I ' -'F KENT GARDNER, ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENT LIFE, has the responsibility of Student Housing and the spon- sorship of the Interfraternity Council. He adds to a busy day by being in charge of intramural activities. FRANK REAGAN, ASSOCIATE DEAN OF STUDENT LIFE, is a liaison to Student Publications and Student Activi- ties. He is Civil Defense and discipline coordinator and is a member of thc Advisory Committee on Student Life and Activities. N - ,A g gi ar gf? , F A , Eg RM X A '::- : wig fgig y 'X ,ggi I Q- .Milf 1 QTM P' Q fr . it . J :NT -I .. gifs DEAN OF STUDENT LIFE CHARLES MCDOWELL is the chief ombundsman of the entire Student Life divi- sion. Dean McDowell's responsibilities extend to student activities, functional areas of counseling and member- ship on various campus committees. .1 yr Qt X 17 Y rim , , S. MRS. RUTH CRARY arrived on the UT Arlington campus August 25 to take over her jub as ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENT LIFE. She is PANHELLENIC ADVISOR and is a liason to the Interfraternity Council and the Student Congress. 1i WELDON BREWSTER, DEAN OF STUDENT AD- MINISTRATION, handles changes in majors, confer- ences concerning probation, withdrawals from the U niver- sity and the administration of attendance regulations. MARION JACOBS, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL AF- FAIRS, and FRANK YATES, DIRECTOR OF PLACE- MENT, handle all loans, scholarship grants, student employ- ment and placement for seniors. They also act as liaisons for the Peace Corps. an 'A' In teres tea' A dminis tra tors Aid Students -"'S,.L, DR. WILLIAM KARRAKER, DIRECTOR OF TESTING AND COUNSELING, and FRANK GAULT, STUDENT COUNSELOR, give educational and occupational guid- ance and information to students. T .,.,,.-.., -fy r" ' I 1 ' 'I -:awww s Wh fi, ., X. 1 ,J A' MA. RUFUS TAYLOR, SECURITY CHIEF, heads a staff of 15 that provides 24-hour protection for the UT Arlington campus. in f""'?"':-rx Operating the Health Center and providing on- campus medical attention for approximately 60,000 patients each year is the responsibility of MRS. -IUANITA TURNER, NURSING SERVICES SUPERVISOR. X ,.A...w E . ll mg, mf, tvs.. X dw -iff '.,.,,:. V 1 ' R .vig x . , -P ,. 7, . -gh A As STUDENT ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR, MRS. CAROLYN WADDELL is sponsor of the Student Activities Board, approves all posters and handbills to be distributed on the campus and handles the programming and registration of stu- dent events. STUDENT'PUBLICATIONS ADVISOR ERNEST LEISTER oversees the production of the yearbook, the REVEILLE, and the literary magazine, the ARLINGTON REVIEW. MRS. HAZEL SMITH, FOOD SERV- ICES DIRECTOR, prepares menus for 2.500 meals served each day and manages the 40 full-time and 25 part-time employes of the student center cafeterias. KZ!!!- . f fs-Q V, f"--Q., IK"-xx YH X. ...M--"' 1 PAT FOWLER, DIRECTOR OF HOUSING AND STUDENT CENTER FACILITIES, and ASSISTANTS FRED HUNSTABLE and DON BECK NER, are responsible for the operation of the E. H. Hereford Student Center W? ix Wk x 1 S 3 , f 'Q-ii- School Ufricials Help Plan Student Activities Various university officials share the many responsibilities of campus security, student publications, and the Health Center. These duties extend to the operation of the E. H. Hereford Student Center, the organizing of student activities, the supplying and operation of the school book store and the exchange store. Buying supplies, textbooks, novelty items and paperbacks Q, is the responsibility of LARRY MINOR, RETAIL STORE MANAGER. FA UUL TY x 4 if . x N .,-. ff Jinx ' ff '2y.g 41, g .V fl' ka m v, , w ,f J NS Y 1 ' 0 x 'N If - .. ,, 'ff - '?:"" "f ali'-ag ' aww.- g.i' Qu gy -Qan- ':. iq. .':1'iY' f' ' will A 'filff fn- lg , lfigfiia 5 - Ski N , f 3-V ,-,ajp QQ W '- RH ' I 1 --12: rt wx ,v ' I "x . , 7,4 . f . ' 371 , 1 -fi X Q pq, .ef 3 W, nf af an ,Z in 'CNS L, .,-Z' Q .l 'XIV 'sd av' bf' 1 a L v'Tv . , 304 f Xu-Nw . ,Ji B- 'Xa 9 11" 'fl 5- Q-L.- Wh., 5, Adams, Dr. Duane A. Foreign Languages Amsler, Dr. Robert W. Hi.story Armstrong, Andreu' Chemistry Bailey, Duryl M. Civil Engineering Baker, Melvu Librarian Barker, Dr. Calvin Aeroscience, :Q Mechanical Engineering Beaudry, H. R. English Beeman, W. E. 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Mathematics Jenkins, JoAnn AJ English Jett, Dr. Alvin D. Jr. Foreign Languages Jiles, Dr. Charles W. Electrical Engineering Johnson, Dr. G. L. Chemistry Johnson, Dr. Robert M. 'H' Engineering Mechanics Jordan, Gerald W. 'f' al! X Mathematics Joyner, Howard W. Art History .01 Dr. I van Taborsky lectures to a sophomore American Government class on constitutional interpretation. Kay, Barbara W. Biology Keilstrup, Duane V. German Kendall, Dr. Lyle H., Jr. English Kennedy, Dr. E. C. Mathematics Kennerly, Dr. Thomas E., Jr. ' Biology 55 -wr ite Ai' if-'va in l - 7 , 1. '? ffl 'Q W' ,lf ' 6 7 45- Q.. f ' s ' 1,1 S- J "' H-e f Q4 4 5 , 1-. ...W-35 ,K V ,w 2' A .X -x Ai ' - in . L , Q "wif L' . f. :R ,- !-.' nc:- ., A in-' rx K K. News--' A i KP' ' Gp- .., -x X Kerr, Dr. Homer L. History, Philosophy Keye.s, Billy G. fMajor1 Military Science King, Albert S. Civil Engineering Knox, Dr. J. Wendall History, Philosophy Lackman, Dr. Howard History, Philosophy Lacy, Dr. Dallas L. English Landman, Dr. Sidney English Lassen, Lloyd L. Mathematics Lawley, William Mathematics Lawrence, Dr. Kent L. Engineering Mechanics Laws, Wilburn L. Biology Lewis, John S. English Lichtenwalter, Ray C. Music Linder, Dr. Bill J. Business Administration Litrio, John J. Social Work Litsey, Weldon Foreign Language Lucas, William W. Business Administration Lunday, Robert H. Technical Institute McAfee, Hugh D. Chemistry McConnell, Dr. John W. Electrical Engineering McCrady, Dr. William B. Biology McCrea, Dr. Joan Economics McDowell, Dr. Charles T. Foreign Language, Dean Student Life IVIcNulty, Dr. C. L. Geology Of DeMohrenschildt lectures on Russian in the Foreign Language Departments new facilities in Trimble Hall McRae, Billy J. Military Science Mahan, Jack H. Music Marques, R. J. Physics Massey, Wolweg Physics Mahoney, James M. Music Matthias, Dr. Hubert History Mayfield, Richard M Architecture Meacham, Dr. William Biology Mead, Wesley E. Jr. Mathematics Meier, Dr. F. A. Industrial Engineering U U Miller, William O. Mathematics Mitchell, Dr. A. Richard Mathematics Mitchell, Mildred Mathematics Mitchell, Dr. Roger PV. Mathematics Mohn, Dr. Norman C. Education Moore, Dr. Marion Mathematics Mouck, Bill Accounting Murchison, Dr. John T. Chemistry Myklestad, Dr. N. O. Engineering Mechanics Negyessy, Dr. Arpad Government Nelson, Dr. Wallace B. Business, Economics Nicholson, J. C. Mathematics Nogueira-Martins, Carlos Foreign Language Nolen, R. L. Mathematics Dr Kamisetty Rao and his wife talk during a get-together for Page, E. C. Accounting Palangian, Jack Foreign Language Jatterson, Dr. John David Electrical Engineering Patterson, Robert A. Architecture Perkins, Ernest Ray rw Military Science Perry, Bruce ""'N. Government Perry, Jane Physical Education Pierce, Melvin L. Industrial Engineering .5 Dr B. Cecil Thompson describes the operation of a lau of phvsics Dr Thompson received his Ph D from UT Austin in 1965 Postlethu'aite. William P Music Powell, Dr. J. D. Geology Prezvitt, Audra Laverne History Rao, Dr. Kamiselty R. Electrical Engineering 1 R.. fa' 4 af rf' 1--M" ,qu-n-"7 -. .Wg 'Q' ,.. .4'--. 4 . , 0.4 w--.-4. 4' 'QRN W sexi I Q' k T' vig: X aff' J S R Q.: ., L 'L . ? ? -sffjffeffg' ' L' Q ' ni f 4' 'xr YM, QX v--' fi' 'I 1 A Ur. 3 9 , kv' 4-ff 'hh lt'c'as1'r. Dnnalfl flvology 1i'z'c'l'c's, Hill A!hlc't1'c'.s Ificlzarfls. Dr. lf. li. Uamfrnnzenl lfoark, VV. F. l'hysic'aI I','d11cfa!1An11 Radnilzlcy, Dr. Jefranzc' Ilislory, Plzilosaphy lflzssu nz, Isaac J. Iz'lcctric'al Teclzrzalogy Hcharf, Carl W. Clzcfnzistry Sclzcrnber. Kurt Alan Industrial I:'ngz'1zcfc'1'z'r1g Sch nz idt, Hu I1ff'l', -lr, Gouefrnnzerzt Slzazvn, -lanzes Loyd IVIathe'nzatiC.s Shea, 1L'llgFl76' A. Military Science Shlfflhllg, Cordon M Clfl'I6'f71Clfl-CH SfIlIpl'f'. George VV. A11-l11'lc'c't11re Sinzh, Stillnzan Malhf'n1at1'c's Snzith, Frank IW., Jr. C'1'z'z'l 1','IIzQl'fl6'PI'l'l7g Snziflz, Dr. 11611. S tai 1'sI1'c'.Q Spanslfi. 1','llll'lll'd -1. I 1 ixtary Spradlin, Joe' 1L'f6'C'fI'l.C'fII Iiyflgl-II6'f'l'l.I1f,f Stallings. Dr. Frank Ifzzglzklz .qfl'I'I1f'CL'f', Alan Q. I"0I'6'l4,QIl Lflligllflgf' Hloclcs, Dr. Douglas H. Illcztlzenzatics Stzzari. Dr. John A. I"0l'f'I.gI1 Language' 7'l1bU!'HfC.X'. Dr. Ivan Gaz'f'1'r1nzent Tffnnisan. Dr. Robert Illallzvnzatics xq, ,Amis F ,4 W Mrs. Geraldine Mineau, Sociology instruc- tor, conducts class discussion. Williamson, Robert L. History Woolf, Dr. Jack R. Mechanical Engineering Wright, Lee, Jr. Architecture Zacha, Richard B. English 'fax hut ...nx Thompson, Dr. B. C. Physics Tucker, Dr. Richard L. Civil Engineering Vina, Frederick Foreign Language Wakefield, Richard J. Marketing Warren, Eddie Mathematics Watkins, Kirby Mathematics West, Samuel E. Technical Institute Wiley, Dr. Margaret Lee English Williams, Dr. Bennie B. Mathematics Williams, Dr. Donald R. Business x' Jr Xu '-1 gf V '- ff ' ' 1 I g .-.. - , Am if PK Ng ix i If 1 ,Z , s ' ,x ' gint z x xg? f ci if if . 'wki 173 4' I N f 4 ' ,,, 5, an 5.1, 'r 2 1 f 4 fr'-91' M as . f ' ' fiufxx , M-.. . ' agx F 7 I s 'iz . S I .,. is 1 4 5 5 M QSM, 453141 D . 5... ,. 'iv 'S' if ' ff' h X g x . iffy' qui Q -al' ' 'W' wry' sl?" PX Y?- ve--- HESEA HGH Computer Simula tes Traffic Problems Dr. John J. Haynes of the Civil Engineering depart- ment is completing a computer simulation program dealing with traffic control. Various amounts of traffic are guided into an intersection from all directions by a timing device. The signal timing may be varied and compared to other systems to reduce delays. With the use of the Sigma Seven computer the programming could be ex- tended to include many interrelated signalized inter- sections. Dr. Robert M. Johnson of Engineering Mechanics, is researching the deformation and anelasticity of metal single crystals. Dr. Johnson is trying to determine the basic deformation process in crystalline materials and the importance of surface conditions on these processes. Dr. Johnson and two graduate students are growing the crystals, deforming them and then examining the crystals through the use of a dislocation etching process. Hopefully these studies will lead to an understanding of the deformation processes which are unknown at this time. Dr. F. L. Cash of the Electrical Engineering depart- ment and five student assistants are doing research on antenna systems suitable for satellite and spacecraft ap- plications. He spent the past summer at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration designing an- tennas for this use. Dr. John J. Haynes, Civil Engineering 'f' mu 'Hn ,N NWN A M Dr. M o-Shing Chen, Electrical Engineering Dr. Cash is now designing and constructing antennas that will meet the technical specifications established for the Apollo Applications Program. He hopes that his most successful engineering prototype will be used to set the specifications for the actual antenna to be used for the Earth Research Program Satellite. Dr. Cash is also conducting an ionosphere investigation to try to interpret the ionospheric strength as a function of the satellite signal characteristics. Dr. Mo-Shing Chen of the Electrical Engineering department is researching the performance of a power system under normal and abnormal conditions. Dr. Chen is using a CDC 6600 computer to simulate a power dis- tribution system. The computer then solves the distribu- tion problem numerically. Texas Electric Service Company and Dallas Power and Light are sponsoring the research which directly applies to power system planning and the economic and safe operation of large scale power systems. Dr. K. R. Rao, assistant professor of Electrical Engi- neering, is working in the Held of direct energy conversion. He intends to set up an undergraduate DEC laboratory to demonstrate the various principles of energy con- version, and to carry out research on DEC devices to perhaps discover new applications. Dr. Rao has previously set up and taught a direct en- ergy conversion section the University of New Mexico. He hopes that this lab will lead to the discovery of new devices, applications in control and the instrumentation of these devices. Art Research Studies In valve Phe to the tics Dr. Mary Alford of the Art Department is completing a two year study entitled "Arlington Art Abilities" in which she is determining the reasons why people turn to art for a college major or a profession. Frank McGlassen is one of five students assisting Dr. Alford. The project will hopefully provide a basis for future research and perhaps provide background material for junior college curricula. Orton Hamby of the Art Department is experimenting with color photography in the hopes that he can produce color photographs of common objects that will have an esthetic value. Hamby has entitled the technique "photo- theticsf' He has spent the last 10 years on this study which combines psychological and emotional reactions to color, shape, and the position of various objects. The photographs may have psychological possibilities parallel to the ink blots used in psychological testing today, especially when coupled with appropriate music. Z 5 Z i Orton Hamby, Art Economist In vas tiga tes Tariff Barriers Marna K. Carney of the Economics Department worked a year at Oxford University on Britain's role as a world banker and is studying international tariff barriers and investment fiows. She is relating trade barriers to Britain's foreign in- vestment prior to World War I and in recent years. Mrs. Caney is testing the Mundell hypothesis that a barrier to one flow such as trade stimulates flow of an alternative factor such as capital. Dr. Ghazi Duwaji of the Economics Department is re- searching economic development in North Africa. His research, titled "Law and Population Growth in Tunisia," is a follow-up to his book Economic Development in Tunisia: Course and Impact of Government Planning. Under the sponsorship of the School of Business Re- search Fund, Dr. Duwaji is studying the effect of law on the population growth of Tunisia. His ultimate goal is to prove that law cannot fail to influence the size of population of any country. Dr. Curtis Graham of the Accounting Department is researching the capital decision structure of the Dallas- Fort Worth area. Dr. Graham has interviewed the top-level decision makers in Dallas and Fort Worth and has discovered that there is inadequate cooperation between the munici- pal governments in planning, financing and operating mutually needed capital facilities. He has identified the six key leaders in the Dallas-Fort Worth area who in- fluence all major municipal capital decisions. Dr. Graham thinks that this study may result in area local governments being able to provide more and better capital facilities at an earlier date and at less cost. According to Dr. William Paul Green of the Business Administration Department, the public's conception about mergers and the size of banks may be in error. In a study in which orthodox theories on bank size are being compared to data from various banks around the country by using an IBM 360 computer system, Dr. Green is attempting to determine what influence the size of the bank has on the availability of credit to small businesses. Dr. Green says that his studies seem to point out, con- trary to the general public conception, that the avail- ability of credit to small business increases as the bank size increases. Using financial statement data in making investment decisions is the subject of studies by Dr. H. J. Snavely of the Accounting Department. According to Dr. Snavely, accountants must know how financial statements are used if the best accounting practices are to be selected. This has heretofore been an unexplored area. Using mainly regression analysis of statistics from 50 companies selected at random from those listed on the New York Stock Exchange over a 15-year period 11953- 1967J, Snavely hopes to glean the information needed for selecting proper accounting procedures. The UT Arlington School of Business is providing funds for the project. Dr. Snavely's previous work in this field includes the studying, buying and selling of stocks. Dr. Ghazi Duwaji, Economics 155' Professor Edits Bibliagraph y Journal D1'. Frank L. Stallings is writing a bibliographical secondary commentary on American writers who flour- ished between 1870 and 1910. This is a project parallel to those of Dr. Clayton Eichelberger and the magazine American Literary Realism 1870-1910 which is published by the UT Arlington English Department. Computational linguisitics in Spanish and Portuguese is currently a research interest of Dr. James L. Wyatt, head of the Foreign Language Department. Dr. Wyatt is working on two projectsg the first is pro- gramming a computer to recognize theoretically possible noun and verb phrases in random textual material, The second is tabulating and making a comparison of words used in didactic sections with those in drill sections. Information gained from these projects will be used to aid in comparing and drawing conclusions as to the disputed textual authorship. Senior Spanish major James Everett is working with Dr. Wyattg The University of Texas at Austin is sponsoring the work with funds pro- vided by the Modern Languages Association of America. as-'-. , "I 4E32f2,'? 0 1' , Pa 4if?2?z.. ' Dr. Clayton Eichelberger, English JA ,ss I... wi ,xxx Dr. James Wyatt, Foreign Languages Dr. Margaret Lee Wiley of the English Department is conducting bibliographical research of literary criticism of American writings. Her previous work in the area includes articles and editing in periodical and book form. She has published 18th and 19th century American letters never before published. She has also published little known Shakespearean bibliographical and literary data. Dr. Clayton Eichelberger, Professor of English, is editor of American Literary Realism 1870-1910, a journal of bibliography. The journal is supported by subscriptions and grants made available through the Liberal Arts Re- search Fund and the UT Arlington English Department. Two years ago Dr. Eichelberger and several of his col- leagues began laying plans for the journal. As of Novem- ber, 1968, four issues of the journal had been published. Dr. Robert E. McDowell of the English Department is researching African, West Indian and American Negro writing. The findings of his research is to be published as an article. Dr. McDowell also hopes to teach a class at UT Arlington entitled "A Survey of African Literature," and one dealing with the literature of American Negroes. based on research from his articles. "The Black Mother in African, West Indian and Ameri- can Fiction" will be the seventh in a series of articles Dr. McDowell has written on African literature. He has collected information for this article by spending one and one-half months in the West Indies studying the topic and through reading various books. Religious Values and Dating Studied Dr. Ronald C. lilngle ot the Sociology Department is investigating the relationship between peoples' values and their behavior. Religious values and the pre-marital dating behavior being the specific area of irfterest, questionnaires were presented to the student body at Texas Christian Univer- sity. and a representative sample completed. These results will be compared with those from other universities in hopes of contributing factual data in place of hypotheses regarding present student behavior. This and other re- search interests of Dr. Engle include family, religion and political sociology. Dr. Garvin McCain of the Psychology Department and his assistants are studying the effects of reward magnitude in animals and searching for the differences in perform- ance in reference to different quantities or types of re- ward. Dr. McCain has been granted 350,000 by the National Science Foundation, the National Institute of Mental Health and the United States Air Force. Dr. McCain has five assistants at Holloman Air Force Base, and four at U.T. Arlington. f'1 Blaine 1. Williams, head of the Sociology Department, is researching the social structure and power complex of 5 l Blaine T. Williams, Sociology ff 434 ' ftzieiil' 'ai .. of' ' fr get f ' l kwa wi "1 M74 haunt! ff , M .5 ,V lf-we Q- Dr. Garvin Mc'Cc1in, Psychology Dallas to try to discover why people have chosen to live in this area. Williams has analyzed the migration patterns since 1850 and has investigated the establishment of an ordered social structure. All the census data for Dallas, Tarrant. Collin, Denton, Grayson and Cooke counties has been coded and sorted to trace the individual migration pat- terns. Williams has completed four of seven chapters of a book which will be published by the University of Texas press in 1969. The book will explain the existence of a vast urban complex which is not explained by any of the existing theories of urban location and growth. Dr. Donald H. Weiss of the History and Philosophy Department is studying inter-racial intergroup attitudes and inter-action projects in Fort Worth. Dr. Weiss de- veloped a "Sensitivity Training" seminar program and a questionnaire used to survey a representative sample of 300 residents. The study, designed to analyze existing attitudes and cooperation levels, may eventually provide a means for resolving intergroup differences in Airzerican cities. Historian ln ves tiga tes FDR-era Problems E gi -""' . , ,af Dr. VV. H. Droze, History Dr. George Wolfskill of the History Department is outlining the problems of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's era and his special committee concerned with the econo- mic problems of the nation at the time. "The New Deal and the South" questions primarily whether or not the New Deal effectively dealt with the problems of the day, assuming that the major problem was an economic one. Miss Jackie Pearson, a history major, is helping Dr. Wolfskill compile his information. "La Presence Americaine Au Maroc" is the title of a manuscript being written by Dr. Leon Borden Blair of the History Department. The purpose of the research is to measure the impact of The American Military personnel and their families on Moroccan institutions after 1942. One manuscript on the subject written by Dr. Blair has been accepted for publication, two are now in the process of being composed for publication. Using a research method which he describes as "sift, select, interpret, and record," Dr. W. H. Droze of the History Department continues his study of the New Deal's Shelter Belt program and Tennessee Valley Authority flood control activities. HI hope to cast light on two subjects which heretofore have been largely unexplored. Hopefully these studies will be useful in determining the feasibility of future projects which are similar to the Shelter Belt and TVA," explains Dr. Droze. Dr. Droze presented a paper on the Shelter Belt at the 1967 Walter Prescott Webb Memorial Lectures, spon- sored by the UT Arlington history department. Working with a small research grant from the school of Liberal Arts, he is using student aid in researching library data. Dr. Droze is also beginning a study of the prohibition- ist movement in Texas in the early 20th century. He will research several new theories concerning the connection of prohibition to Southern politics of the period. A group of five historv and political science professors are undertaking a world-wide regional study of student violence to determine any interregional patterns. Dr. Howard Lackman of the History department is examining the student violence of Central and Latin America. Dr. Arthur W. Tucker of the History depart- ment is studying the European front. Dr. Leon B. Blair. also of the History department, is scouring the Middle East for possible patterns in student violence. Dr. Jhang S. Moon and Dr. Carl Gilbert of the History department are collaborating in the study of Asia. A sifting of all mass media between 1958 and 1968 is being used to pin- point causes and effects of violence. Dr. Charles W. Van Cleve of the Government Department is studying the United States and Canada over the same period. When the studies are completed, the results are to be compiled into a book entitled "A Decade of Violence". The book will compare the violence problems in the hopes that a solution can someday be found. Dr. Martin Hardwick Hall of the History Department is compiling a complete annotated biographical muster ot' the Confederate Army of New Mexico. Dr. Hall is using military service records, pensions. bounty land claims, marriage and death certificates, interviews with descend- ants, diarys, newspaper accounts, official and personal letters and Masonic records to secure biographical sketches of all company and regimental commanders. Dr. Luther W. Odom of the Government Department is making a sample scale survey using computer tabulated research to correlate the relation between socio-economic factors and political beliefs. This is similar to a study which he made at Wichita Falls in 1967. The poll consists of questions on the respect for rules of the political game, the desire for free speech, and the cynicism and sense of futility in American voters. Dr. Odom hopes to show conclusively by the results of the comparison of answers. how voting behavior can be ac- curately predicted. Other projects include polls on factors entering into the 1968 election and how early voters decide on their candidates. Student aid in distributing questionnaires is being used. Allan Saxe of the Government Department has written several papers on community and race relations, the most recent of which emphasizes community change. Through attitude surveys and personal interviews he has discovered that one community was able to change its traditional ways of treating an existing minority race without the use of violence or turmoil. Mr. Saxe hopes that from his studies other communities might learn to also resolve their race differences without tension. Maun tains, 0iL and assils Surveyea' Dr. Charles F. Dodge of the Geology Department is searching for a better method to force oil from between tightly packed sandstone layers. Until now the sandstone would have been flooded with water, forcing oil from between the tightly-packed sand grains into the well, then to the surface. "But you still leave much of your oil in the rock," says Dr. Dodge. Hopefully Dr. Dodge's research will provide a new and better way of removing the oil from this stone. Dr. Russel E. Clemons of the Geology Department is engaged in the first geological mapping of the Altos Cuchumatanes Mountains in Northwestern Guatemala. After three months of field work and a one-year part- time laboratory study of rock specimens, Dr. Clemons is completing the basic geological fieldmapping, petrographic and chemical study of the rocks. Several fossils are being sent to various specialists for identification. Dr. Clemons will provide general information of rock distribution and hopes his research may be used to further the economic development of Guatemala. Dr. C. L.. McNulty of the Geology department is studying the character of certain fossil fish teeth and the fish which bore them. Rock suspected to contain the teeth is excavated and carried to the laboratory in one hundred-pound sacks. The rock is then weathered, washed and sieved for con- centrate. The teeth are picked by hand from concentrate under the stereoscopic microscope. Individual teeth are examined closely, thin-sectioned and compared to related living fish teeth. The study has resulted in a dilineation of a family of fossil fishes of which there was previously little informa- tion. Further research should reveal even more knowledge of fossil fishes. fwifw? I"""sl Dr, Charles F, Dodge, Geology Dr Russell E Clemons Geology Girardat Studies Iron Camplexes Dr. R. P. Girardot, Dean of the School of Science, is researching inorganic chemistry through the use of a gamma ray spectroscope. The spectroscope is used to study the nature of chemi- cal bonding which determines the basic properties of matter. The data is stored in a 400 channel analyzer to be recalled later for processing. The goal of this research is to determine the bonding of iron complexes in inorganic compounds, and in other natural products such as hemoglobin. Dr. Girardot hopes that this research will lead to the discovery of the nature of hemoglobin fractions and the possible causes of stress or fatigue failure in ferrous alloys. Dr. C. C. Hall of the Biology Dept. is observing the social parisitism of mites. One group of mites is invading the plant galls made by the other group. Dr. Hall is trying to determine the extent of this behavior and the mechanisms involved. He is working with Dr. R. E. Beer of the University of Kansas in studying the geotropism and migration of mites of the host plant. In the field the plants are marked in various ways to determine the movements of mites as well as the distance they travel. The overwintering sites are located and the mechanisms involved in selecting these sites are deter- mined. When mass movements are detected the plant galls are then checked for parasitism. Dr. G. L. Johnson is working on iron and steel corro- sion in various media. The rapid detection and measure- ment of corrosion rates of metals used as surgical implant materials is essential, Dr. Johnson is using an Atomic Absorption in Spectro- photometry to analyze the surrounding media and detect metal ions which have been removed from the metal surface by corrosion. The work has taken eight years and is continuing because surgical prosthetic materials are continually changing and new metals or alloys require new study. DR. THOMAS J. COGDELL, CHEMISTRY 91 DR. C. C. HALL, BIOLOGY DR. P. R. GIRARDOT, CHEMISTRY Dr. Andrew T. Armstrong, assistant professor of Chem- istry, is researching inorganic energy transfer systems as related to biological energy transfer systems. The research involves analyzing the electronic structure of an atom to determine how the elements of the atom interact upon each other. E ' 1 Dr. Truman D. Black, assistant professor of physics, .s researching the magnetic resonance and crystal struc- ture of fluoride structures. A spectrometer X-ray camera is used to photograph the structure. These photographs will be used to try to determine the Spin-lattice interactions in these crystalline structures. Dr. Black has come to a conclusion concern- ing the basic symmetry of the structures and hopes that his work will lead to a better understanding of the funda- mental structures related to LASER materials. Dr. Thomas J. Cogdell, professor of chemistry, and Roger S. Case, a graduate student and lab instructor, are experimenting with the effect of orbital symmetry of double carbon bonds on the reaction rate. Reaction rates of bonds with and without nodes will be measured by the conductivity of solutions in acetic acid. The year study is sponsored by the Robert A. 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Arlington Chegu, Dayanand Hydrabad, India Childress, Pat New London Dana, D'anna Ft. Worth Dodge, Charlene Arlington Gleen, Penny Arlington Gupta, Giri New Delhi, India Holloway, Jimmy W. Wink Krishnaiah Reueluri Cuddapah, India Lepenski, Virginia M. Ft. Worth Li, Judy Yi-Bii Lancaster McClellan, Jim Arlington McDaniel, Gregory A. Mesquite Mitchell, Anna Maria Grand Prairie Parker, Faust R., Jr. Ft. Worth Pearson, Jackie Ft. Worth Skelton, Joe F. Arlington Arlington Amala, India Dallas Arlington Brownwood Aston, Royce Glen Rose Baker, Powell Eugene Irving Balaban, Ziona Dallas Blackburn, Caroline Escondido, Calif. Blackwell, Dale W. Ft. Worth Bowdry, Carole W. Dallas Caldwell, Josef Dallas Ferguson, Billie Dallas Fulbright, Mary Louise Waco Hill, Wesley Earl Dallas Hollingsworth, Loretta Irving lgo, John F. Grand Prairie McDowell, Claudine Dallas Meltzer, Rosalie Dallas Petruccelli, Ann Ft. Worth Stewart, Nyla Dallas Thiero17, Elaine Grand Prairie Tunnell, Gene V. Ft. Worth Walters, Zella Sherman Winegarten, Ruthe Dallas 293 Seniors Mirlwinter Graduation Largest ln History vi 11- 5 A. K ', . 4234, V . . .13 'NM "W 4. ,J yv!", 1. x uv-' wkg - 4.5-. i til. A Abernathy, Clifton N. McKinney Abt, James Marshall Cleburne Adamson, Robert N. Arlington Addison, Ronald D. Ft. Worth Adkins, James Arthur Dallas Afsahi, Frouzan Tehran, Iran Ahearne, Joe Irving Albright, Steve D. Dallas Alejandro, Leonel Irving Alexander, Jack Jr. Arlington Alford, Robert Arlington Ali, Hashim Diivaniha, Iraq Allen, Gilbert Dallas Allen, Thomas Ft. Worth Alley, Robert R. Arlington Alorn, Lela M. Ft. Worth Anderson, Monty W. Ft. Worth Andrews, Patricia B. Arlington Andron, Thomas M. Dallas Ansley, James A. Ft. Worth Anthony, Arlon Eustace Arfman, Pamela L. Everman Armstrong, C. Daniel Arlington, Va. Arrendo, Jose A. Arlington Arrington, Donald Dwayne Carlsbad, N.M. Atkerson, Marti Arlington Atkinson, Rick Irving Austin, Jacque Arlington Babers, Clarence Ft. Worth Bacsik, Joseph Dallas Baggett, Richard Sherman Arlington Baird, Jo Dora Fort Worth Baker, George W. III Victoria Baker, Gerald Arlington Baker, Jenny Abilene Baldridge, Ralph Arlington Banks, Laura Dallas Barber, Rodney Barber Ft. VVorth Barksdale, Arlen O. Weatherford Barnett, John O. Dallas Barnett, Illike Ft. Worth Barone, Thomas Atlanta 295 Barton, Alvin Barton, Darryl Bates, Richard Baur, Uli Beam, Larry Bean, Robert Beasley, Dayton S. Beckhard, Sharon Bedunal, John Bruce Beeler, Dwayne Earl Beeman, Anne Louise Beggs, Jim Behnke, Susan Beil, Moonyean Bennett, James D. Bennett, Terry Benton, Victor Berkline, Jake Bezner, John Bibb, Gene Birchfield, Jimmy Bishop, W. Lynne Black, Jon Charles Blackerby, D. W. Bloom, Jackie Bobbitt, Rosanne Boque, Larry M. Boone, Daniel R. Booth, Ronald L. Borne, Emile Arthur Bosh, Dorcus Bouldin, Jim Bowen, W. N. Il Bowerman, James F. Bowers, Steven Paul Bowles, Mitchell Boydston, Sammie Boyes, Verba R. Bradford, Lawrence M aypearl Arlington Arlington Arlington Mason Dallas Ft. Worth Dallas Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Arlington Irving Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Kerens Arlington Arlington Dallas Ft. Worth Graham Cleburne Ft. Worth Marshall Whitewright Dallas Ft. Worth Van Odessa Irving Ft. Worth Dallas Cleburne Waco Vernon Dallas Hurst Arlington Arlington Cincinnati, Ohio Bradley, Marion Leslie Ft. Worth Brady, Ernest Lacey 296 Jr. Ft. Worth Student Cen ter Campus Focal Paint fx N at xr if-1 ' A Q. .. ...A , 4 Q i 1, Ti : W nf Est: X .If , ak . G. ,. vm- '2'Q'fQr , s- z1.,2L:. I F. x I' l 'H - by 3 Y V4 The E. H. Hereford Student Center provides an informal gathering place during class breaks. ZS V 1' X x 'x Bramlett, Jerry H. Dallas Bramlett, Kenneth Ft. Worth Brassell, Billy Mineral Wells Braswell, Michael David Texarkana Bratcher, Bobbye Lynn Ft. Worth Breedlove, Mike Tyler Brittain, Jennifer Dallas Bronstad, Bette Ft. Worth Brooks, Jerry Dallas Broome, Virginia D. Arlington Brown, Bobby Texarkana Brown, Carey J. Ft. Worth Brown, Clinton B. Merkel Brown, Dennis F. Arlington Brurnmitt, Gwen Grand Prairie Bruner, Judith Arlington 297 "9 'N gan., 'UU YW Seven ROTC cadets received their Army commission Friday, January 31, at UTA. The new second lieutenants are: Randall L. Evans, Toby L. Davis, Walter N. Mooroshy, Billy J. Robb, Thomas J. Roeber, Robert G. Weisen- berger, and Teddy Ray North. Byrne, Bobby R. Ft. Worth Cain, Robert C. San Antonio Callaway, Brenda Odessa Camp, Sharon Arlington Campbell, David H. Dallas Cantrell, Kenneth G. Blue Ridge Capers, Dan G. Ft. Worth Cargill, David L. Wichita Falls Carson, Dianne Mt. Pleasant Cash, Durivard M. Arlington Cassell, Harry Euless Castleberry, Mary Warren, Ark. Caton, Paul E. Euless Caver, Fred Ft. Worth Cayce, Ann Ft. Worth Cayton, Claudia Ft. Worth Chaloupka, Johnny W. Ft. Worth Chambliss, Gardner Ft. Worth Champion, Ronald G. Irving Chandler, Joan Rochwall Chandler, Shirley Arlington Chapman, Jerry W. Arlington Chapman, Stephen S. Dallas Chenozvth, Suzanne Dallas 298 Michael L Dallas Burroughs Jack Eugene Austin , A M Burton, William L. Ft. Worth hr, I' -.... . 15' 'req .1 v, hifi mf' .fl 'ig..,.. . K,-5 ,, .. I 'A .fl R, 'wh AQ' s' -fy I ..,. Y .ei Q 1? 43 . , : X f 1 fy I .i , ' ' .. ..,. f.-1 gf' 1 sf W j V. I if ' -35' 5. W 1 M, M ,e 1 s Ag ,512 1 A Q? 3Z Q . l 1. Q 7 fi I , fl !! A5 . X xij,9,f ,--. ". Y X -. Seven Cadets Receive Army Commissions Chessrnore, Helen Joan Grand Prairie Chittangurong, Sanit Thailand Choate, Janetta Italy Christal, Mike Dallas Chunn, Lonnie E. Irving Chunn, Wayman H. Irving Clark, Marilyn Ann Ft. Worth Clark, Sharon Arlington Clark, Sunny Ft. Worth Claybrook, Cheryl J. Wichita, Kan.sas Climer, W. Roy Dallas Cloughly, Pat Arlington Cobb, Larry Dallas Cochran, Dennis Alan Hot Springs, Ark. Colbert, Phillip Odessa Coldwell, Gene Dallas Colwick, Larry Charles Arlington Compton, Joe H. Weatherford Condon, Donna Kay Arlington Connatser, Betty Jo Ft. Worth Connatser, Rebecca Ft. Worth Conway, Joel James Euless Cooper, Howell Ft. Worth Cooper, Jo Lynn Merkel Cooper, Walter A. Marshall Copeland, Danny L. Arlington Corbitt, N. E. Hollis, Okla. Costello, Kathleen Ft. Worth Coulson, Cindi Afli'78f0n Coville, Elaine Grana' Prairie Cox, Carl Grand Prairie Cox, James T. Arlington Cox, Jimmy K. San Antonio Cox, Ralph M. Grand Prairie Cox, Tad Ft. Worth Crawford, Edward W. Ft. Worth Crawford, Jon Anthony Ft. Worth Crayton, Bobby Lewis Hallsville Cremer, Barry Arlington Cremer, Tom Arlington Crisp, Avis Ft. Worth Crone, Jerry A. Dallas 299 I Cheerleaders Paint For rip Funds Crowe, Don DCIUGS Crowell, Richard Pine Bluff, Ark. Cummings, Gary Ft. Worth Cummins, Donald Sherman Dakil, Floyd Dallas Dale, J. E. Daingerjield Dance, Dennis Ft. Worth Daniel, James Simms Darmon, Robert Irving Davidson, Sid Irving Davis, Janice Arlington Davis, Juanita Deport Davis, Lanny Dallas Davis Robert Cleburne Davis, Robert Ft. Worth Davis Robert Irving Davis, W. Joe Dallas Day, Michael Dallas DeBrooke, Raymond San Antonio Deen, Gary Dallas Dela Cruz, Eligio Florence DeLaughter, Donald Texarkana DeMarines, John Ft. Worth Dempsey, Linda Arlington Denson, D. L. Dallas Dickey, Malee Dallas Dickson, Don Arlington Dieb, Betsy Ft. Worth Dixon, Carrington Garland Dixon, Donald Ft. Worth Doan, Jerry Mineral Wells Dobbs, Charles Dallas Doerr, John Cleburne Dorsey, Paula Hurst Doty, Erleal Irving Dunn, Larry Dallas Dycus, John Ft. Worth Eaton, Linda Arlington Eimandoust, Djafar Tehran, Iran Elliott, Richard Dallas Elliott, Stephen Arlington Ellis, Lehman Dallas 300 irfv .ta Q ,f . Ellison, Luetta Breckenridge Ely, Billy Enayati, Eskandar England, Bobby Entrop, Arlene Esparza, H ilarie Estes, Jon Estrada, Antonio McAllen Tehran, Iran Dallas Westphalia Waxahachie Vernon Littlejield Xu-s Cheerleaders Sandra Griffin and Cindi Coulson painted curb signs during the summer to raise money to help pay their expenses Evans, Charles Dallas Everett, James Ft. Worth Falls, James Daingerfield Farr, Roger Ft. Worth Faulkenberry, Luces Arlington Feldman, Paul Arlington Felix, George Ft. Worth Ferguson, Cheryl Ft. Worth Fielding, Charles Dallas Figueroa, Jose Guayaquil, Ecuador Fink, Lou Ft. Worth Finkelstein, Nathan Dallas Finstad, Edward Waco Fisher, Carl Corpus Christi Fisher, Jack Dallas Flatt, Richard Ft. Worth Fletcher, Robert Irving Flusche, Patrick Dallas 30l Z jig ! is 9 1 , Xxixf V ea, ,ltr-W lf, r ,Q ,H '.A1, . in F Freak Texas Wea ther Brings Fal Snow tvvi . Foster, Jimmy An unexpected snowstorm in late November sent a paper-cup carry- ing boy out to collect some of the white stuff. Foster, Mary Arlington Fowler, Hayward Dallas Frank, Karen Oxon Hi Maryland Frank, Robert Dallas Frazell, Jacque Lancaster Frazier, Loye Ft. Worth Frazier, Mark Lawton, Okla. Fridge, Charles Ft. Worth Fuller, Patsy New Summerfield Fulton, Lloyd A Arlington Furgeson, Sheryl Arlington Furlong, Jacquelyne Dallas 302 Fly, William Foit, Carolyn Forcht, Frieda Foster, Jimmy Irving Dallas Arlington M ansjield Grand Prairie -QTY U lah wifes.. Gann, Mary Arlington Gardner, Bill Tyler Gardner, J. L. Dalla.s Garis, Betty Dallas Garner, Charles Irving Garza, Victor San Antonio Gatchel, Stanley Arlington Gauia, Mary Ft. Worth Gay, Ralph Ferndale, Michigan Gentry, Mike Ft. Worth George, John Arlington Gerron, Sheldon Ennis Giffin, James Waco Gifford, Charles Duncanville Giruin, Calvin Colorado City Glasser, William Arlington Gnuse, Robert Dallas Gnuse, Sarah Arlington Goebert, June Ft. Worth Gomez, Sabino Ft. Worth Goodman, Linda Irving Goolsby, Jo Ann Arlington Gough, Fred Graham Grace, Larry Arlington Gradick, David Dallas Graff, Sherry Rhinelander, Wisconsin Graham, Charlotte Arlington Graham, Doug Dallas Graham, Michael Grand Prairie Greene, Mike Saginaw Grihfin, Glenn Dallas Griffith, B. R. Ft. Worth Grigsby, Richard Elkhart Grisham, James Paradise Grisham, Weldon Ft. Worth Gupta, V. K. India Guthrie, Karen Arlington Hackler, Bobby Mansfield I-laden, Andy Ft. Worth Hafele, Harry Ft. Worth Hagood, Kenneth Arlington Hagstrom, Kenneth Carrollton 303 Haley, J erry Richardson Hall, Gordon San Saba Hallmark, Ray Waco Hamilton, Linda Ft. Worth Hamilton, Michael Dallas Hamrick, Bobby Winnsboro Hance, Douglas Texarkana Hancock, Clista Bedford Hardin, Mike Ft. Worth Harmon, Frank Houston Harnage, Candy Ft. Worth Harp, William Tulsa, Okla. Hart, Bill Lancaster Hart, Loren Arlington Harte, Tona Arlington Hathcock, Martha Ft. Worth Harvey, Linda Brady Hawkes, Elizabeth Arlington Smi e Accampames Bids Acceptance Hawkins, Annie Tyler Hawkins, Steven Ft. Worth Hawkins, Thomas Dallas Haynie, Gary Saugus, Calif. Heifner, Randall Dallas Heitman, Lynn Cedar Hill Helms, Charles Ft. Worth Hemphill, Janet Dallas Henderson, Alray Terrell Henderson, Millie Ft. Worth Henderson, Paul Denison Hendrickson, Ronald Arlington Henning, Thomas Arlington Henninger, Roberta Hillsboro Henry, James Arlington Herring, Lewis Stephenville Hersley, James Hereford Heying, Monty Irving Higgins, Elizabeth New Britain, Conn. Higgins, Thomas Dallas Hill, Dwight Irving Hill, Joe Dallas Hill, Paul Oakland, Calif. Hilland, Sandra El Paso 304 il '- I ia , r as ox , AQ . 'Kb ' G' ai, L QW! W 5 Hintgen, George Dallas Hitt, Billy Grapevine 1- Hobbs, Margie Mansfeld Hodde, Don Dallas 7 j' Hoechendorf, Richard Irving ' Hofmann, Susan Ft. Worth Hogue, Vicki Irving Holacka, Jerry Dallas Holland, Jimmy Dallas Holland, Judy Ft. Worth Holler, Dennis Ft. Worth Hollinger, Pam Arlington Hollingsworth, Robert Arlington Hollowell, Barbara Garland Hooton, Diane Lemont, Ill. Hoppe, Roger New York, N.Y. Horton, Thomas Dallas Hoskins, John Ft. Worth Houghton, Connie Ft. Worth A Q Howard, Peggy Arlington ' ' Howell, Aubre Arlington Howsley, Roddy Arlington Huens, Richard Dallas Hufham, Tom Irving A'Ree Kersen, En Ami's "Best Pledge" is welcomed as a pledge by Actives Sharon Camp, Venita Lovelace, and Ann Reagan. 305 Homecoming Parade Draws I 9 Floats Huggins, Kay Huggins, John Hughes, Jan Hultsman, Dennis Hunn, Lynda Arlington K, Hunt, Phillip Ft. Worth f ,3g5,?iff1e,t, 3,if5..4 Hunt, Vaudrene Arlington i Hurley, David Dallas A j l Hurn, Michael Arlington "H I Hutson, Bruce , f A ' Rapid City, So. Dakota 1 M Imwalle, Martin Dalia-S Ingram, Carol Irving Ingram, Charles Dallas Irvin, Charles Grand Prairie Jackson, David Quitman Jackson, Jorja Grand Prairie Jackson, Raymond Balch Springs Jamieson, J. Scott Arlington January, Melvin Plano Johns, Lorenzo Dallas Johnson, Joanne Arlington Johnson, Larry Arlington Johnson, Robert Wichita Falls Johnston, Michael Tyler Jones, Henry Dallas Jones, Gerald Dallas Jones, Jonne Dallas Jones, John Duncanville Dallas Dallas Dallas I rving ,, , X "This Land Is Our Landl' was 1968's homecoming theme. fs' --.,,- 5' lr. ,J ,f B .-.os u Y u l l bex 'Q' Jx Zx x5i','Z,Tffiiq R 5. X xv , sw- xxx X 1.-' ,J 53+ .- A Jones, Richard Denison Joyce, Pamela Ft. Worth Joyce, Susan Ft. Worth Kadri, Carolyn Arlington Kaemper, Ko Amarillo Keating, Denni.s Arlington Keen, James Dallas Kelly, Mark Arlington Kelso, Larry Monterrey, Mexico Kennedy, Charles Naples Kennedy, Karen Sedalia, Missouri Kennelly, Jr., J. T. Hurst Kent, Greg Arlington Kinard, Nina Temple Kinney, Gordon Arlington Kline, Ronald Houston Knickerbocker, Frank Dallas Knickerbocker, Thomas Depew, N.Y. Knight, Mary Grand Prairie Koch, Donna Arlington Koebernick, Douglas Ft. Worth Koerner, William Garland Korosech, Joseph Akron, Ohio Kossbiel, Bernard Ft. Worth Kreupeling, Hans Eindhoven, Holland Kriegel, Lawrance Bovina Kuntz, Anne Ft. Worth Lacefield, Larry Grand Prairie Lalonde, Joseph Arnauduile, La. Lamothe, J. Richard Lubbock Lanford, David Ft. Worth Lang, Richard Arlington Langley, Grady Ft. Worth Lawson, Richard Ft. Worth Lawton, George Farmers Branch Lay, Fred, Jr. Ft. Worth Ledwin, Donna Hurst Lee, Marvin Carbon Leggett, Larry Ft. Worth Leith, Jim Ft. Worth Lenzer, William Dallas Leptic, Rickie Dallas 307 Lewis, Larry Arlington Liles, Donald Bridgeport Lindsey, Roger Dallas Littwin, Dennis Mesquite Livermore, James Ft. Worth Lloyd, James Dallas Lobb, Mike Ft. Worth Lockhart, Eric Dallas Loftis, John Arlington Long, Bernard Dallas Lopez, John Ft. Worth Lo Presti, Charles Duncanville Loughridge, John Arlington Luis, Arthur Brownsville Lynch, Leslie Arlington McAfee, Ronald Arlington McCall, Wayne Irving McCarroll, John Mansfield M cComic, John Dallas McCorkle, B.G. Odessa McCown, Bob Odessa McCoy, Michael Irving McDaniel, Max Arlington M cGlasson, Lee Dallas McGregor, Marvin New Boston M cKeage, James DCIZZGS McKennon, Phillip Ft. Worth McKinney, Henry Ft. Worth McLaughlin, Jerry Weatherford MacLaughlin, Guy I-1011815011 McNairn, Joan McNatt, Suzanna Arlington Ft. Worth McPherson, Don Grand Prairie McPherson, William Grapevine M cQuerry, James McRee, Robert McR0berts, John McSpaddon, Larry M cVean, Michael Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Arlington Odessa Cleburne McWilliams, Stanley Ft. Worth Mabry, Frank Magnon, Vanita 308 Mesquite Coleman Commuter Students Shaw Party Feelings . 'M-nv' MU ff L IS if u' X 47" X 4 W .- 4 X 1. Eff. Qs, .f y,,"X if l' 'W '.f 'iffy 5 . .41 ' ' we if ' ' H., Q.. - 1, ,wp-1,1 .ff-, ,Q gt f. ?"'K R' it as fig' l fri? ,nik ,,,, fl ,A ,X Q ivy . I A student with divided political loyalties uses his car as a campaign billboard for the presidential campaign. 4+ Sf T Mangrum, William West Mantooth, Edmond Irving Manz, Alfred Arlington Mardis, Robbie Ft. Worth Marin, John Brownsville Markham, Marla Kaufman Markham, Roy Keller Mars, James Arlington Mars, Jerry Eddy Martin, Darwin Santo Martin, Diane Arlington Martin, Ellajean Dallas Martin, Virginia Irving Massengale, Michael Ft. Worth Mathis, Jerry Dallas Matthews, Ronald Waxahachie Maughon, Kenneth Joshua Maxwell, Gary Ft. Worth May, James Dallas Meade, John Sherman Mecaskey, Beverly Arlington Medlen, George Olney Merkley, Donald Ft. VVorth Metcalf, Ruth Arlington 309 M etts, Marilyn Meyer, Robert 4. ,, Ft. Worth f V fr , ff X Pasadena li Michael, Thomas Paris Middlebrook, Sam Arlington Middleton, K. D. Arlington Miller, Bobby Arlington Miller, Peggy Bowie Miller, Richard Plano Milliken, Vaughn Denton Milliman, Sharon Ft. Worth Mills, Christopher Arlington Mills, Diana Bowie Mills, Richard Mineral Wells M indrup, David Dallas Mitchell, Clayton Hillsboro Mobley, Jimmy Cedar Hill Modgling, Gary Weatherford Monroe, John Weatherford Moore, Gary Sherman Moore, Jackie Dallas Moore, Phyllis Arlington Moore, Raymond Ft. Worth 3I0 2 X ' 1 R ,N if J' Av Tx 1 xg 9 x, l 'ik Jw' if f if . ' x at 4 ,y - ' .X ' ' N Q 41 f r LJ 5 J , , g A we 4, ,,,,, , ft , Z, M Q-Fu A student in an American Government class intently listens to his professor lecture on the workings of the Supreme Court. Sex, Q rv r 'la 'f wr, J' f 'T 4 . , 2.3! .mf -fem' Pb' f sill' , 'T' 4 -... 'J :- 'S 'Q gr--. Q ,. H 15' an K cfm.. 'M X X it 'bf f-A IQ 4- 5' Moore, Ron M orosky Linda Morris, Ashley Moore, Stephen Springheld N Morris, Charles Morris, Duane Morris, Gary Morris, Tim Morrison, John Morrison, Ronald Morse, Linda Moseley, Thomas Moser, Jana Mosher, Bill Mueller, William Mulcahy, Carl M urrell, Thomas Nagy, Arthur Narunsky, Morris Neel, James Nelms, Kathy Nelson, Glenn Nelson, Sheilah Newsom, Gary Niblo, Betty Nichols, Robert Nicholson, Luana Dallas Dallas Arlington ew York, N.Y. Cleburne Grand Prairie Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Dallas Hurst Hurst Ft. Worth Dallas Richardson Seguin Hurst Arlington Dallas Ft. Worth Arlington Ft. Worth Irving Irving Dallas Palestine Arlington Nickels, Robert Bokchito, Okla. Nickels, Ronald Bokchito, Okla. Nino. Ellen Strawn Nisbet, Ross Austin Nix, Stewart Arlington Nolan, Ronal Heavener, Okla. Norman, Rick Hurst Norris, Dan Ft. Worth Norton, Dinah Arlington Ogawa, Carole Dallas Oliver, Larry Arlington Oliver, Michael Dallas Ommidvarpour, Kamran Tehran, Iran Othon, Felix Dallas Owen, Fred Ft. Worth 3Il I Oxford, Michael Page, Larry Pakan, Phyllis Pannell, Sharon Pardo, Terry Parham, Ronald Parker, Dean Parker, Homer Parker, Patricia Parks, Barbara Paschal, Dayton Patton, Micki Patton, Tonya Paull, Karen Payne, Arla Pearce, James Pecchi, Jerome Pegram, Bruce Mall Cans tructian Muddles Campus Diane Hallsville Shamrock Ft. Worth Waco Pittsburg Denison Arlington Arlington Bedford Irving Amarillo Dallas Ft. Worth Colorado City Tioga Arlington Dallas Pelaseyed, Massud Tehran, Iran Penney, Lester Arlington Pentecost, Patricia Arlington Pepper, Ronald Dallas Perry, Doyal Lewisville Perry, Stan Grand Prairie Perryman, Bill Midland Peterson, David Arlington Peterson, Suzann Arlington Petrelli, Lynn Ft. Worth Phelps, William Wheaton, Ill. Phillips, Dale Ft. Worth Phillips, Ray Ft. Worth Phipps, William Plainview Plechus, Gregory Ft. Worth Plunk, Benny Mineola Pollard, Karen Dallas Pottinger, James Dallas 3I2 X, t ' sf Pottkotter, Ray Dallas Powell, Dorothy Arlington Preston, Eugene Hooks Prince, Richard Dallas Pruelt, Joyce Ft. Worth Pyle, Ronald Dallas Raborn, Westley Irving Rayifeno, Jeannette Dallas Ramette, Janice Arlington Rashti, Jacob Tehran, Iran Rawe, Donald Arlington Raymond, Michael Dallas Reagan, Ann Cleburne Reasonover, J. T. Dallas Redmond, Joe Ft. Worth Reed, Debbie Ft. Worth Reed, Stanley McKinney Reeves, Dicky Shamrock Reeves, Edward Bonham Reeves, Philip Dallas Rhea, Dalton Arlington Reinwald, Ross Ft. Worth Rice, Sammy Dallas Richardson, Donald Naples Several students resorted to concrete form walking in an effort to avoid the water hazard at the end of the South mall in front of Pres- ton Hall. 3I3 Fall Party Welcomes Incoming Freshmen Richardson, Howard D. Arlington Richardson, Janet Esther Houston Richey, Donald L. Ft. Worth Richter, David Dallas Rickman, Eddie Duncanoille Robbins, Brian Arthur Dallas Robbins, Jody Roberts, Don T. Roberts, Elizabeth Roberts, William K Robinson, Gar 3' Robinson, Harry W. Robinson, James B. Robinson, William Houston Arlington Arlington Dallas Garland Dallas Dallas Dallas Roe, Stephen Robert Ft. Worth Rogers, Thomas W. Cedar Hill Rollans, Dennis Leon Euless Rose, D. W. Irving Rose, James Dallas Rose, Robert H. Hurst Russell, Celia Dallas Rutland, Myra English Saffarrans, Cynthia Arlington Samijlenko, Nick Utica, N. Y. Sanderson, Connie Sanford, Sandy Sawey, Richard W. Sawey, Robert Joseph Sawyer, Robert C. Scanlan, Sue Schent, Philip Scheppler, L. W. Schelper, Pat Schneider, Tom Schneider, Toni Schorn, Larry Schulze, Billy Ray Schuman, Jon Schwemer, Lee C. Schwemer, Susan Schwemmer, Karl Segal, Harash N. Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Arlington Arlington Arlington Grand Prairie Ft. Worth El Campo Arlington Ft. Worth Malone Ft. Worth Arlington Arlington Ft. Worth New Delhi, India 3I4 The Soul Sensations played at the Fall Freshman get aquainted party which was held in the upstairs ball- Seghers, Edwin F. New Orleans, La. Seifollahi, Nik Saeed Tehran, Iran Self, Linda Ft. Worth Sellers, David N. Hurst Sessions, Patricia Mansfield 45- Sexton, William J. Mansfield Shaver, Brack Knox City Shaw, Gary L. Ft. Worth Shaw, Herbert Woodrow Jr. Arlington Shelton, Gary Ft. Worth Shepard, William Douglas Arlington Sheppard, Barry R. Dallas Sheppard, Quin Grand Prairie Sherman, Ronnie Ft. Worth Siefert, Ernest G. San Antonio Simmons, Dan R. Arlington Simmons, Glenn Edward Dallas a Simmons, Marie Dallas 9 P Simmons, Thomas W. Grapevine W V ,Q Sims, Mary Margaret Euless 'ir W' G Slusser, Bill Arlington A 754 ' Smart, Eddie Haskell - Smith, Cora Lee Ft. VVorth S -'.. S ' r KY ,life-QF AJ f 3l5 5: 127' ?,'7,, Carey Mosely congratulates Ann Reagan, one of the Reveille Beauties. Smith, Shari Smith, Sidney Ft. Worth Arlington Smithson, Charles Grand Prairie Smolleck, Howard Grand Prairie Smothermon, Ronald Lubbock Snoddy, Wallace Sockwell, James Soladay, Jimmy Solis, Reinaldo Sonnamaker, Bob Sorenson, Michael Soward, Michael Speer, Billy Spellman, Tommy Spindler, Suzanne Spoon, Georganne Spoor, Susan Stahr, Jimmy Stamps, Michael Stark, Sam Stevenson, Larry Stewart, John Stewart, John Still, Karen 3l6 Gatesville Lancaster Abilene Dallas Abilene Ft. Worth Arlington Richardson Dallas Arlington Arlington Arlington Temple Houston Victoria Dallas Irving Dallas Dallas f ,,,, ,Ai 4 7 '91 , 1 its RV V E Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith Dale Ft. Worth Dorothy Arlington Michael Ft. Worth Ronald Dallas , Michael Midlothian Smith, Michael Dallas ,, ' -sv' ' L. ...N 1 ' 0 ,f 4 D i X '00 QW ia ,X YQ if X x 'Z V M R35 4 W - , , . . J I 1 , ,- .Xu L- , W A X V me wg, " ..,.p,,:z,,,v , N s A 'K ' gfg',.F1f1f1 is St?6Z?l+- D3 ki if h if S-Nr gl gf ,gn-"N Stogsdill, Paul Ft. Worth Stott, Joan Ft. Worth Strittmatter, Curtis Ft. Worth Stryker, Garvin Alexandria, Va. Strzinek, Gary Dallas Stuard, Ernest Breckenridge Stuart, Barbara Dallas Summers, Charles Burleson Summers, David Edinburg Summers, Jimmy Waco Sivindle, Cordell Dallas Sivitt, Jeffrey Ft. Worth Sykora, William Megargel Tadayon, Reza Yazd, Iran Talley, Miller Mexia Tanner, Nancy Ft. Worth Tapscott, William, Jr Dallas Tareilo, Randy Dallas Taylor, Bobby Dallas Taylor, Gary Dallas Taylor, Pat Breckenridge Terry, Gloria Dallas Theesfeld, Raymond Arlington Thomas, Bobby Irving Thompson, Tommy Dallas Thornton, David Dallas Tigner, Robert Whitney Tilford, Jan Ft. Worth Tindall, Norman Lancaster Toal, Lee Arlington Tomas, Carlos La Habana, Cuba Toub, Samuel Dallas Towns, David Tyler Travis, John Arlington Trent, Dan Arlington Trietsch, Gary Ft. Worth Troncosco, David Oruro, Bolivia Tucker, Diane Ft. Worth Tucker, Richard Ft. Worth Tyler, Steve Wharton Vadala, Lawrence Dallas VanBevers, Clell Dallas 3l7 Vander Wiel, Robert Dallas Van Hemert, William Venable, Roger Vinton, Paul Walker, Charles Walker, Kathryn Wallace, Tom Waller, Richard Walters, Wallace Walterschield, James Walton, Ronnie Ft. Worth Irving Arlington Dallas Ft. Worth Harlingen Colleyville Dallas M uenster Euless Ward, James Arlington Washburn, John Ft. Worth Watson, Michael Ennis Webb, Roger Ft. Worth Weir, Larry Arlington Welch, Dianita Ft. Worth Wells, Rodney Ft. Worth Werner, Douglas Ft. Worth Wester, Linda Lancaster Whitaker, David Carrollton Whitaker, Ronnie Ft. Worth White, Boyce Ft. Worth White, Darlene Waco Whitesel, Robert Arlington Whorley, Jim Mineral Wells Wilkerson, Gary Ft. Worth Willbanks, Robert Seymour Williams, Bettie Arlington Williams, Eddie Lindale Wiliams, Tommy Ft. Worth Williamson, Bill Irving Wilson, Bruce Ft. Worth Wilson Charles Cleburne Wilson, Danny Keller Wilson Hugh Ft. Worth Wilson, Phillip Ft. Worth Wimberley, William Breckenridge Wincovitch, Cathie Arlington Wine, Floyd Arlington Wingo, Larry Dallas Winters, Charles Arlington 3I8 1 u 1,-P. NT! -JC- i :Dx QS 98 :rs Pr-' L. D r Wisdom, Robert Kaufman VV oerner, Veronica Irving Wolfe, Larry Arlington Wood, Tommie Marshall Woodroff, Robert Dallas Wredberg, C. J., Jr. Dallas Wright, Russell Arlington Yue, Chung-Tung Nanning, China Zadinsky, James Ft. Worth Zaeske, Billie Garland Zsohar, Zoltan Waxahachie 3I9 iii? f W 4. Q??fY"a' -ik., 'W iff fy ' 2 x iii' ' fyrx .v - 5. W . Unde c assmen fx. Ar ingtan Second Largest in U T System Q-dxf. ,N'?.:',,l V 'Q x Y' find, ,fb " ni' 4. .sg 52 -rf. I s l .. I ,If- x, ls Abbe, Bob Abbott, Larry Dalla.s Godley Abdulla, Jerilyn V. Long Beach, Calif. 4 Able, Larry Thomas Fort Worth Abraham, Ginda Fort Worth Abraham, Ginda G. Fort Worth Abt, Kathy Cleburne Acker, Charles R. Dalla.s Acuff, Elene Fort Worth Adams, Arthur Lee Grand Prairie Adams, Cynthia Dallas Adams, Mark L. Grand Prairie Adams, Vicki Terrell Adkins, Janis Gail Mineola Adkins, Weldon Wayne Dallas Agnew, Carol Raymondville Agnew, Christian Fort Worth Ahangarzadeh, Jamaleddin Iran Ahangarzadeh, Mansour Iran Ahrns, Anita Dallas Akeil, Ahmod Saudi Arabia Akey, Pamela Hurst Akin, Gerald Sexton Irving Albin, Richard Hurst Alderdice, Marc Fort Worth Alexander, Bunny Arlington Alexander, Kay Fort Worth Alexander, Lecil Gillett, Ark. Alexander, Murray E. Euless Alford, Beatrice Darlene Arlington Alldredge, A. B. III Sweetwater Alldredge, Stephen Abilene Allen, Anita Arlington Allen Armon Dallas Allen Brenda Hurst Allen Gloria Arlington Allen Marcia Arlington Allen Patricia Arlington Allen Ronald Arlington Allen Samuel M. Cleburne Alsup, Fred Dallas Altman, Jan Richardson Aman, Curtiss Irving Amend, James B. Fort Worth Ames, Carolyn Jo Irving Aries, Raymond Hurst Ammons, Jan Fort Worth Amy, Richard F. Era Anderson, Causen W. Keller Anderson, Eric Harlingen Anderson, Jacqueline Fort Worth Anderson, John Douglas Arlington Anderson, John R. Fort Worth Anderson, Karen Garland Coed Wins County Miss Flame 77tle Anderson, Leyden II Fort Worth Anderson, Linda Fort Worth Anderson, lblarie Dallas Anderson, Patrecia Kay Dunwoody, Georgia Anderson, Penelope Ann Arlington Anderson, Roger C. Birome Anderson, Roy Arlington Andrews, James Edward Irving Anglin, Fred R. Ft. Worth Anstett, John M. Garland Anthis, Jo Kathie Dallas Appelbee, Ronnie Sherman Arasheben, Iraj Tehran, Iran Armour, Richy Kopperl Armstrong, Donald B. Dallas Armstrong, Elaine Arlington Armstrong, Jack Blooming Grove Arnold, Jim Dallas Arnold, Michael L. Zachary, Louisiana Arostegui, Jonathan E. Havana, Cuba Arwine, Martha Asa, Donna Asa, Mary Bedford Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Asbell, Robert J. Arlington Ashe, Greg Ft. Worth Ashlock, Wayne Everman Ashmore, Linda Arlington Ashmore, Tommy D. Arlington Askew, Michael H. Ft. Worth Askew, Steven Joaquin Graham Atchison, Harvey Dallas Atkins, Debrah Ft. Worth Atkins Donald Lewisville Atkins Jim Clarksville Atkins, Linda Grand Prairie Atkins, Richard L. Dallas Augustine, Eugene Arlington Aune, Don Tyler Austin, Robin Irving Aves, Susan J. Arlington Baack, Nancy Arlington Backohf, Becky Arlington Backus, Fred Dallas Badger, Harold W. Arlington Bahrami, Mohammad Tehran, Iran Bailey, Dennis Dallas Bailey, Kathleen Garland Bain, Ronald Keith Dallas Baird, William Canton Baker, Kenny Ft. Worth Baker, Octive Forney Baker, Pat Ft. Worth Bales, Johnny Crowley Ball, Sally Arlington . xy 5 J' J V? 1 .. us:- , 2' ,,,, v H - in-rv N -3- rv- . . ' A ' W -5 if 2- " A 1 47 W? 'N 'UN X ,Z if 7 W 7? 'li-15,5 i C V-' , Q , 2 L. I . s K 4 'X 4 QT f sf NX fx 344 s ii' I . efs'is'5..f.3.1-, X my l wg x , fir S .agar 'F U-f" xt P .Jr A .wilnf - 2 ' .1 , , 1: J' 1 ,fi I I V. I . 'ia .,,.. .. ,M . . xii ' ,. m -' 1, 5. no "' f s frwi ' ysfllq, K -, KSNM,-4 F f . - X ,,, 5,9 . 2 , ,LN sz I 0 1 I Qi - .n 'fl .. 1 will! ,N 'If'-es! ir f " influx " N M , 1 x If I Q Sig 'Lili dv' - WR 4- 1 7 ' fs- . -m 1 ' ,, If A vs 5. Q 1 .- LSR " M9 '25 QM ...Q vmv. 555+ 'Dreamy-'q.a T . I Q- 9.-.Q .v , , . F ' s ,f Q 1 x Q as 6 a ss Q .Q- ' gf E Q , 'rs , Ss , . 4. .,,, lm , Q .. Jr' 7 Ballard, Dan Paul Dallas Ballard, GaryDuane Van Alstyne Ballard, Stephen M. Dallas " '- ' Balvin, Barbara Ft. Worth ' i :D Banks, Carol Ann Dallas V Banks, David Ft. Worth 'Sr . 1 I ,fi Banks, Johnny Eduard Arlington N Baker, Gerry Ft. Ufortlz A Barber, Pat Houston J.. .fi Barger, Mike Texas City ' L A is ,J Barker, Vicki L. Grand Prairie " s Barkin, David L. Terrell 5 " lit! " xl x A Barkley, Hector Gaines Dallas A I Barksdale, Gary Ft. Worth Q " Barksdale, Maurice Lee Ft. Worth 911 Barnes, Billye Longvieu' ' , Barnes, Bruce Dallas 4 Barnes, Ricky C. Italy Barnes, Steve Irving Barnett, Bobbye Columbu.s, Georgia Barnett, Owen Arlington Barnhill, Charles Denison Barron, Ted Richardson Barry, Pete Bowie .5 ,s M lx ' I ' " - , - Bartelli, Sandi Ft. Worth ... .,, , Barton, Craig Arlington '31, .4 Barton, Jeff G. Arlington - 4 Q" N I Barton, Susan Ft. Worth 5? Bass, Lynda Arlington ' A Bates, Connie Amarillo Q Bates, Kenneth N. Arlington 'Tatu' ' Baucom, Walter R. Arlington Q" r-f' - Bauer, Ralph W. Arlington A Bautovich, John M. Arlington As. Baxter, Leslie Bay nton, Bud Beach, Candan Beaird, Donna Beal, Lynn Beal, Barry gl R wt 4, ., -, x A ., by--.f Q 4 ce Elizabet Dallas Dallas h Waco Arlington Ft. Worth Dallas Kay Alexander, a UTA freshman from Haltonz City, won the Tarrant County Miss Flame Title in the Fall of fss. QD, fin.. wx GJ CQ Students meet many difficulties in the registering. Beckham, Randy H. Beeham, Kathy Beeman, Karen Beissner, Mike Beitelspacher, Phillip Bell, Donald Bell, Jackie Bell, Larry Lee Bell, Larry W. Bell, Weldon W. Bellemy, George Belzung, Dan Bennett Connie Bennett Joe Bob Bennett John R. Bennett Reid D. Bennett, Stephen Benson, George Benson, John R. Bentley, Beverly Bentley, Davey Ray Benton, Dan Benton, Karen Berger, Franklin Bergeron, Joseph Berrett, Jackie Bessire, Daurice Fae Betts, Nora Bibb, Brian Biggerstaff. Jim Ft. Worth Mesquite Arlington San Antonio Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Garland Grand Prairie Dallas Cleburne Ft. Worth Arlington Abilene Rockuvall Ft. Worth Dallas Irving Dallas Arlington Arlington Irving De Soto Marbeth, Pa. Hurst Dallas Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Graham Ft. Worth -nl Registration Begins Semester Bean, Becky Bean, Robert Beaty, Mary Ann Beaudin, James J. Beaupre, Thomas M . Becan, Robert L. Jr. Beck, David Beckel, Billy 4 Z gm I Q is Arlington Midlothian Odessa Grand Prairie Dallas Ft. Worth Garland Dalas ,Q- wt 1-mi-v r 'T' A Ex Y Y 4 aw' ,.. 13' '- ,ax ll ln., JR 5. - y 1 ,ge , rr I '45 ,L .- . .ar-it if -r " :fs 1 C l A . 'in-m bk L A bs. I 'X if , ... 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Bonner, James F. Bonnette, Lynn M. Boomer, Bill Boorman, Torn Booth, William Borne, Lawrence R. Bossin, Gary Boucher, Mark J. Bouchillon, Lonnie G. Bowen, Donald A. Bowman David Bowman Gilbert D. Bowman James S. Bowman, Larry Box, Michael Boyce, Cheryl Irving Arlington Waco Ennis Athens Ft. Worth Dallas Weatherford Dallas Dallas Duncanville Dallas Dallas Kennedale Austin lllineral Wells Arlington Ft. Wortlz Ft. Worth Arlington Ft. U'orth Dallas Ft. VVorth Coleman Atlanta Euless Arlington Itasca Ft. W'orth Irving Cleveland Sararities Gampe te in Winter 0 ympics Boyce, Kathryn E. Cleveland , Boyd, Alan Arlington NW LX Boyd, Charles Goldsmith . ei - 4,1 fe A A 1 , ., Boyd, Phillip Garland X 3. een ls., ., . -A Bradford, Carolyn G. Dallas Bradford, Carey Scott Dallas -ff. 9 Bradford. Patricia Ann Richardson Bradford, W. L. Dallas Q Bradley, Earle E. Abilene s ro Bradley, Layne Ft. Worth Bragg, Raymond Bedford , Braley, Don B. Garland M Braley, W. F. Garland 3 Bramlett, Carolyn R. Dallas A , ,T A ,lk , fn' V Brammer, Gary Euless 1 'F' +- V . I V 1 M., 'F L, A Brandon, Frank Lynn Farmersville -1 I to ' + 'f ' f' Brandon, Robert G. Dallas e. T n o Brannon, Terry Burleson ' g 1 2 Branscum, Daniel Arlington WW' if 2 A' j x ' " Brant, Janie Beth Ft. Worth ga .4 gg , R g QT :R 2. 5' Brasswell, Betta Ft. Worth 4, ., ,, 7 1 g'gg la.- A A 5 ,fx f Braswell, James Gainesville ' F' Q- , T , , , 4 r . . . Braswell, Linda Ft. Worth .. Q ,, -5-1 ' Breeding, John S. Arlington 1.4 I Q 5 lt Breithaupt, William Dallas Brewer, Cecil Smithfield .W 1' Brewer, David Grand Prairie i 'A' Brewer, Terry Dallas Brewster, Bettye Arlington Brewtser, Richard Amarillo e if , A if PM Brewton, Stephen Arlington f Q., M 5 ,., Q., - Bridge, Debbie Ft. worth .C .- ' P1 FFA 1 X ew f Briggs, Jan Arlington XX 'Qi ' ' ' f f 7" Brinson, Jeannie Arlington ""' A Brister, Don Grand Prairie I Brittion, Carl Grand Prairie Brock, Jeannie Arlington 0 ,N -'95 -sf Brooks, David M. Irving N Brooks, Ron C. Chico Broome, Virginia Arlington . Brotcke, Paul Arlington Browder, James Ft. Worth Brown, Becky Dallas Brown, Cheryl Arlington 4 Brown, C. Dall Arlington .f - Brown, Charles Harvey Arlington Q I ee Eff ? Brown, Dale Waxahachie ff V It Brown, Donald Ft. Worth v4""' wi ,N Brown, Florence Grand Prairie V 3' 3' C Brown, Gary Dallas 'A r S Brown, Harold F. Texarkana ' Brown, Howard T. Ft. Worth ,A A I Brown, Ilugh F. Arlington I . Brown, James: R. Arlington , X. I. f Linda S. Matthew E. Robert Roger Stephen S11 , Brown, . A ,J Brown, E ,S , .5 Brown, 0 "' 1 , , , Brown, f .. , 'Q Brown, a' t ARM - X A K . Qi' E 'sv-J uw, I Brown, Susan H. Brown, W. D. Browne, H. E. Brownfield, B. L. 'ift Browning, Bovie C. Browning, Stanley Broxson, Larry C. Broyles, Richard Bruce, Robyn Brumhall, Jan -.. 4- Q... X ,,,,,f jj J 4. I 23' A i xg . "W fs, . 'sf Y M A 5 wish., 4 , -,,,,, rf? F' Er .V GC' 4-1. 1 X f' J M I 'W "'e'Q5.. Y 'gfrf .lv r . ig, .4.,. . ' 1 R tg Buchanan, Mike L. Buck, Michael T. Buck, Jack Buckner, Rebecca Bunt, John R. Burch, Mike Byrda, Raymond J. Burden, Gene W. Burden, Thomas Burkett, Jimmy .df , I Bryan, Rodney D. Bryant, Mary E. Bryant, Mary L. if . A Bryant, Miles G. 5: Bryant, Ronald mv I :L Y Bryant, Sarah A 2 Bryant, William Rex F , vf , f , Bryce, Mike Winn Q ' 1 Brylinski, Betty Ann Hallsville Nocona Hurst Dallas Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Dallas Newcastle :W .I 24. An Alpha Chi Omega member participates in the Winter Olympics. H Q A-fe tam? r gl, , -1 - K. ,,f.zQ'Pi.ff' r ' X ,.,. Dallas Corsicana Ft. Worth Arlington Dallas Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Irving Dallas Euless Ft. Worth Dallas Ft. Worth Arlington Ft. Worth Euless Arlington Ft. Worth Arlington Arlington Arlington Ft. Worth Students Find Area Lakes Are Relaxing Students find nearby Lake Arlington a relaxing place to spend fall and spring evenings. Burton, Madeline Irene Ft. Worth Bury, Bruce Arlington Burkart,'Dauid Grand Prairie Burns, D. W. Arlington Burum, Dodd Arlington Busby, Alan Arlington Bush, Bobby Wayne Ft. Worth Bush, Charles W. Bridgeport Bush, Linda Grand Prairie Butler, Bertha L. Arlington Butler, Skipper Gladewater Buzalsky, Raymond T. Ft. Worth Byars, Jerry Warren Graham Cabness, Paul Richardson Cade, Billy Mt. Pleasant Cade, Michael Arlington Caesar, Anna Arlington Caffey, Sandra Austin Burkett, Charles R. Burleson, Don Burnett, James D. Burns, Danny L. Bursey, Kay Burt, Don D. Arlington Ft. Worth Big Spring Irving Ft. Worth Garland 33 df' 1:39 Q .LA If N I H 'C' ' , . ' . If . 1" I K- R rw ?",o N -,f -u-. H. Vfw.. ,Q . , , , 4 I' x if .V ', 3, S hp, ,, .m , A Carrington, Pat Lubbock .5 , fa, fl s. gl Q, Carroll, Andy Dallas 5 in Carroll, Georgia Grand Prairie 'f ' B ,M Ati x V H. ffl Carroll, Jimmy Grand Prairie i Q ,R , .--A F f 0 . if is SJ J Carroll, John Grand Prairie A lone summer sailor paddles toward a boat landing at Lake Arlington, a popular area skiing and fishing spot. 'W H LQ nh .A Cagle, Judy Ft. Worth Cain, Gail Ft. Worth Caldwell, Carey Allen Ft. Worth Caldwell, Carol Abilene Callahan, Bill Ft. VVorth Callas, Robert George Arlington Callaway, Gwen Odessa Callaway, June Wilson Dalla.s Cameron, Eddie Dallas Camp, Cassandra Ft. Worth Campbell, Cindy Grand Prairie Campbell, James P. No. Tonawanda, N.Y. Campbell, Wesley Arlington Capote, Angela Grand Prairie Caraway, Jeanine Strawn Caraway, Ralph E. Houston Carlson, Richard W. Burbank, Calif. Carlton, Douglas M. Hamlin, Texas Carnes, Mary Oca Ft. Worth Carnett, Gary D. Midland Carpenter, Charles Ray Mesquite Carr, Johnnie Jr. Arlington Carr, Ray Granbury Carr, Wilma Arlington Y ,..w"" ,-ff ' V - 1 1 f V W ,. Hegistra tion Frustra ting to Newcomers Carroll, Linda Grand Prairie Carson, Keith Arlington Carter, Cynthia Dallas Carter, Eugenia Arlington Carter, Jerry Arlington Carter, Kelly Arlington Carter, Mark Garland Carter, William Ft. Worth Carter, William Glen Dallas Casburn, Bruce L. Ft. Worth Casey, Diane Arlington Cash, Cecil Arlington Cash, Nicki Arlington Cashion, John Lancaster Casper, James Mesquite Casper, John Waco Cassada, Kay Azle Casstevens, Gene Ft. Worth Casteel, Edward Irving Caster, R. W. Dallas Castleberry, Ronnie Dallas Cate, Sandra Irving Catlin, Karen Caton, William J acksboro Euless Catter, David Richardson Caudill, Samuel Ft. Worth Caudle, Gary Michael Grand Prairie Caudle, Judy Dallas Caudle, Thomas Dallas Cave, Dennis Dallas Cavender, Steve Arlington Cde Baca Pat Arlington Cervantes, Ruben San Antonio Chambers, Hozea Arlington Chambers, Ronnie Dallas Chandler, Cathie Ft. Worth Chandler, Connie Dallas Chandler, Donna Mineral Wells Chandler, Scott Ft. Worth Chapman, Donna Gail Arlington Chapman, Joe Grand Prairie Chaves, Barbara Dallas Chavoya, Arthur Dallas Cheatham, June Ft. Worth Cheek, Cathy Arlington Cherry, Susan Bedford Cheshier, Pat DeSoto Cheshier, Robert Michael DeSoto Chesney, Jan Euless Chessmore, Gerald Grand Prairie Choate, Vonnetta Ft. Worth Christal, Kathy Grand Prairie Christian, Scott Seymour Christiansen, Walter Ft. Worth 'ss 'vim A '. 'S S ,sv . ' I A M. A - 'rx sir ' Q. kv- - T, Z V' V7 .K V v: are - 'S are ,M riffs if vn .gf ,."",.B. - Pr we 3 . r ,L 2: ,I I nl r-uv' rm., ii 4- 'Pi' . H21 " gi' V if W" ,KM , . .Q -. .ity fill 4-0' sf' 4 -5- KC Q.- .., .,- If . A' fsx 'lx ji f "' n vs. Q. in 'vw -nk 1' r' N 1 .r ,Q , v 19' 3, :xg ' ' xl I., '99 'lk' - 'af .s- JB 'in Christie, Marty s W... sf' X if 2-rr ' 'O .JL A bewildered registrant searches through 'N . jf " ' R Christopher, Ronald Chubb, Lonni Chudej, Kenneth Cichon, Richard Clark, Brenda Clark, Charlotte L. Clark, Cythia 4- Clark, David 4. f Clark, Dennis 'C' Q ft", ' Clark, Gary m , J , Clark, Janis ll , f A M Clark, Julie . Clark, Pam -w ' Clark, Ron ,,.' K gf, Clark, Susan X Clark, Thomas M , ,A g I Clark, William Michael . Claunch, Leonard S. n 4 fu Clayton, William H. K ' 5 V b L, ' Cleere, Linda Carol ' -X f Cleland, Rodney Wayne Clem, Brian I Cleveland, Bruce Click, Damon .,,. Clouse, Cynthia S , Coats, Stephen , Cobo, Gary C Coburn, Jeannette Cochran, Leonard the class schedule trying to find an open section that she needs. in J W' Y -S? 5' we 1 r,,,'-nu-""""""""f-. Irving Hurst Mesquite Dallas Ft. Worth Dallas Arlington Dallas Ft. Worth Arlington Arlington Arlington Dallas Arlington Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ennis Ft. Worth Dallas Dallas Ft. Worth Dallas Dallas Hurst Godly Dallas Dallas Dallas Midland Arlington 5 it Bulletin Boards Serve Useful Purposes Coffin. Vicky Dallas Coffman, Anne Ft. Worth Coleman, Cathy Irving Coleman, Michael Ft. Worth Coles, George Eastleigh-Hants, Eng. Colgin, Johnny Odessa Colley, Louan Ft. Worth Colley, Royce Ft. Worth Collias. Clifford Bowie Collie. Thomas Jacksboro Collier, George Arlington Collins, Bethany Ft. Worth Congleton, John Dallas Conine, Howard Dallas Connatser, Cora Ft. Worth Connell, Robert Garland Connor, Dolores Ft. Worth Conrad, Clifford Dallas Conway, Jan Euless Cook, Connell E. Grand Prairie Cook, Joe Thomas Dallas Cook, Lloyd Edward Wylie Cook, Melody Garland Cook, Rickie Garland A XKZ 5 ,L -si I The bulletin board in front of Student Activities office serves as a catch-all for messages and notices as well as dirty dishes. A 1 x xx SN l ,gflfflld at Jl' L nil' gill' Wiley W ,ei ii X 2 R XX I C if ffl x K x f if ,fx E , , ' t ' up s s' Q., , b T :X , 37 V , -' .,eot , sw 1 A ' ' . it Qs? 3 '-... ff l st K ii., ' ' A g ,, M , .qs . - X.- f"'i - X f , ,.,- 4 it 1 CQ. , l 'Y J.- ig. Xi, Q e 'I X -v T fa hx I , , 2 " T X ax A 52 Cooksey, Cynthia Ann Arlington Cooper, Carol Colorado City Cooper, Deborah Meridian Cooper, Diana Bedford Cooper, Linda Bedford Cooper, Mark Ft. Worth Cooper, Michael Ft. Worth Copeland, Chris Ft. Worth Corbin, John J. Ft. Worth Corboy, Martha Arlington Corkery, Thomas Dallas Correll, Venice Burleson Cotney, Paula Arlington Cotten, David A. Dallas Couch, Penny Arlington Coursey, Sue Dallas Courtney, R. G. Dallas Covert, Keith Au.stin Covington, Deborah Dallas Covington, Kyle lllidland Cox, James Ft. Worth Cox, Jerry Floresuille Cox, Ken Winnsboro Cox Norman Ft. Worth Cox Sandra Yorktown, Va. Cox Shannon Waco Cox Wesley E. Garland Crabb, Cindy Arlington Crabtree, Barbara Dallas Crabtree, Paul Dallas Craft, Ross Dallas Crane, Daniel Ft. Worth Crane, Kim Dallas Crawford, Danny Joe Grand Prairie Crawford, Donny Strawn Crawford, Guy Grand Prairie Crawford, Hal Dallas Crawford, Jerry Keller Crayton, Debbe Arlington Crayton, Dianne Hallsville Creech, Steven A. Dallas Crenshaw, Donna Carole Arlington Cripps, Jerome D. Dallas Cromer, Mickey Lynn Grand Prairie Crone, Terry Dallas Crook, Karen Ft. Worth Crooks. Gary Crowley Crosier, William Dallas Crossland, Michael Duncanville Crosswhite, Lloyd Rex Arlington Crosswhite, Mike l1lcKinney Crosswait, Aurlie Olney Crosthwait, Thomas F. Olney Crouch, Robert A. Bridgeport. Conn. Crow, Danny C. Seagoville Crow, Horace VVeldon Ft. Worth Crump, James T. Dallas Crutcher, Richey Dallas Cumbie, Gary Arlington Cumbie, Pam Snyder Cumings, Linda Ft. Worth Cummins, James lWcKinney Cummins, Clenzmie Roanoke Cunningham, Kathy Ft. Worth Sorority Girls Compete for Prizes Cunningham, Nancy Kansas City, Kansas 1 , EQ, ,Ag a " ' 'fi +R ' Cunningham, Ric Arlington Cunningham, Robert John Dallas Cupples, John Arlington Cuppy, Candace Louise Garland Curtis, Chris Arlington Dabney, Dick Arlington Dabney, Nancy Ft. Worth Dailey, Tom Arlington Dake, Jaquita Sue Arlington Dalley, Ann Arlington Dalton, D. Paul Dallas Dana, Doreena Ft. Worth Dana, Suzanna Ft. Worth Dancses, Joseph S. Arlington D'Angeli, Michael Arlington Daniels, Gerald Wayne Greenville Danley, Gary M. Ft. Worth Dardashti, Rahim Iran Darling, Harold Dallas Daugherty, Michael V. Arlington Davenport, Cheryl Jean Grand Prairie Davidson, Kathy Amarillo Davis, Charles G. Bridgeport Davis, Darryl Ft. Worth Davis, J. Lynn Venus Davis, Leonard Arlington Davis Paul L. San Francisco, Calif. Davis, Randy Dallas Davis, Richard Dewey Wills Point Davis, Richard Edwin Irving Davis, Rosa Annette Arlington Davis Sandy Ft. Worth Davis, S. Charles New York City, N.Y. Davis Stephen Dallas Davis Susan Arlington Davis Wendell D. Arlington Davis William Ft. Worth Dawson, Michael Cleburne Day, Joe Mt. Pleasant Dean, Byron Howard Irving Dean, Jack Duncanville Dean, Linda Dallas Dean, Patti Ft. Worth DeBee, Jan T. Arlington Debo, Jerry V. Arlington DeCanniere, Sheralynn Cleburne Decker, Cynthia Arlington Deerin Janna Ft Worth E, - DeGrate, Leonard Clarence II Waco Dekonty, Mary DeLaughter, David DeLaughter, Samuel C. Delavne, Sydney Ft. Worth Dallas Texarkana Ft. Worth 45. 2 -- 1 1 J R-'.'. 1 -x l C 5: f N 4 1. , if W 15 L A- '1 th fy . Zv- Rx. rf "gf: :gg I QQ Q X. X1 45 1 's. 1 'i m vvfu N 15, 4 ff I , iv , V I t I wwf 2: as KY 'G DeLeon, Minevuci Demond, Marty Dempsey, Volney Dennis, Randall M. Dennis, Roy Deramus, Glenda Derr, John Derrick, Billy Dick, Sam Dickenson, Martha Dickerson, Charles E. Dickerson, Richard '1- 'N I y fn r v- gk. Arlington Ft. Worth Arlington Abilene Bedford Dallas Arlington Dallas Ft. Worth Arlington Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Sorority presidents dig through flour try- ing to find a silver spoon with their sorority name on it. Dickey, John Ft. Worth Dickson, Andrea Honolulu, Hawaii Diehl, Jack Ft. Worth Dill, Ellen Arlington Dill, Jackie Ft. Worth Dilworth, Mark Steven Ft. Worth Dixon, Floyd W. Irving Dobbins, Myrna Weatherford Dobbs, Phillip S. Dallas Dobecka, Cecil Carrollton Dodson, Alvy Arlington Doerr, Robert Cleburne Doll, Kitty Ft. Worth Dollar, Bill Garland Donaldson, Tom Bedford Donley, Kathy Denton Doran, Ronny Lee Ft. Worth Dorris, Denis M. Arlington Dortch, Tommy Diskocil, Diane Doughtie, Diana Douglas, Dwight A. Douthit, Ronnel E. Dove, Bonnie Doyle, Wanda Doyles, James Drake, Robert Draper, Larry Drawbaugh, William Drennan, Carol Drews, Wayne Drum, Larry Duggan, Roy, Jr. Duke, Billy Duke, Larry Duke, Richard Dunaway, Chip Duncan Martha Duncan Thomas Dundas Stephen Dungan, Ronnie Dunham, Thomas Dunlap, Charles Dunlap, Darrell Dunn, Joy Dunn, Larry Dunruzuant, Gary Irving Arlington Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Duncanville Arlington Dallas Fritch Arlington Everman Arlington Dallas Hurst Arlington Dallas Tyler Ft. Worth Denton Ft. Worth Gainesville Arlington Joshua Arlington r' -,N , an A 'f h f 'W we' 1' xx ,LQI , 556 f x ' A 'Y H W if , 'l's '53 4 3 i ps I U 'T ni' A crane operator working on Carlisle Hall strains to see the top of the building where he is placing concrete tanks. si 'QV 'A 'Hg X ix ' . A was I ' AAA' f . 2.5-E3N': . SE: i AAL X - L-.. ,gy h Y . v M . I xy 1-1 , F. -f"il?5Re X , f kde.-f i,-.. . 1+ 4... , 5 4 r Carlisle Hall Dedicated in Spring '69 g 5 ,' Q x f 7, 1 :X ka, fgr- 'I . I. ., 4' 7 -1 Nu' .1 '76 +53 Ji l wg- 4 7' 7 J Xl' f 5G'i'sF,f7i5zt-' X , x QQ- 4 K D f , YV W LK: P!! Q, , 322121 -' . L ' f 47 , D ' 'ww ' C? A 'P '9' X 1 Nor 1. x .ms Q fi A fi Q A ' 4 if , .Iii V A is i 'fi ',, . C A J 'J Q C 'Q 1 if K , ,. , Qi ,.... U 6 if Dunsworth, David Duppstadt, Ann Dusch, Linda Duszynski, Paul Dutton, David Dybala, Dan Dyer, Deborah Ann Dyer, Jerry Dyer, Samuel Dyer, Sharon Dyess, Charles N. Eade, Sharon Eagle, Billy Eakins, Billy Earle, A. C. Earnest, Robert Eason, Gary East, Jan Easterwood, Jerry Eastlake, Robert Eaton, Paul Eaton, Robert Eberly, Victor Eddleman, Mickey Edie, Stephen Edminston, Dixie Edmonds, Denver Edwards, Barbara Edwards, Joan Edwards, L. Dee Eggleston, Helen Egli, Sherry Eichenberger, Paul Ekholm, Carlene Elledge, John Elliott, Sherri Elliott, Teresa Elliott, Thomas Elliott, William Ellis, Alice M. Ellis, Glenn Ellis, Jerry Ellis, Marianna Ellis, Patricia Ellison, Stanley Elmore, Jesse Elski, Alvin, Jr. Elverton, Reta Emerson, David Emmick, Marc Emmons, Karen Epperson, Gerald Eppes, Sid Epps, Bettie Wichita Falls Arlington Corpus Christi Arlington Granado Whitewright Dallas Irving Dallas Crowley Ft. Worth Hurst Grapevine Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Dallas Houston Wichita Falls Arlington Trinidad Ft. Worth Cedar Hill Dallas Irving Dallas Dallas Arlington Arlington Arlington Mineral Wells Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Arlington Ft. Worth Richardson Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Mansfield Dallas Jacksboro Olney Dallas Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Arlington Arlington F t. Worth Arlington Dallas Epps, David Epstein, Anne Erickson, Dale Erspamer, Lauril Erspamer, Steve Escajeda, Carmelita Eskezv, Patrick Eskew, Russell Eskew, Sherwin Essary, Judy Estes, Charles Estes, Michael Estoll, Robert Etheridge, Gary Ethridge, Lana Eubanks, Roosevelt Evans, Janet Eve, Frank Garland Dallas Dallas Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Bridgeport Dallas Dallas Dallas Garland Arlington San Antonio Arlington Fort Worth Grand Prairie Dallas Dallas Dallas Him x , y fiS. z 4 R14 . ,elk 5, v . sf We . .V .W 4-.fi H . sz-mi Q Fe, Finals Make Sweep of U TA Campus Everett, Jan Ewing, Dorothy Fain, Charles Fairbanks, Harold Falvo, Susan Farquhar, Ronnie Feaker, Guy Fegan, Bill Feild, Deborah Fenton, Donald Ferguson, James Ferguson, Jeff Ferrante, Russ Ferrell, Robert Feulmer, Thomas Finan, Karen Finis, Shipman Fink, Wayne Finley, David Finney, David Fischbein, Jack Fischer, Richard Fisher, Raymond F ite, Jimmy Fitzgerald, Michael Fitzgibbon, Joel Fleitman, Robert Fletcher, Patricia Flippin, Robert Flores, Claude Irving Ranger Dallas Irving Arlington Fort Worth Irving Fort Worth Arlington Arlington Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Atlanta Arlington Dallas Alvarado Irving Granbury Irving Fort Worth Alice Paris Fort Worth Azle Grand Prairie Lindsay Arlington Arlington Fort Worth at f 4 il 9 ., X YL V I E, vi' I wr 4 15 ' I i ,S uf , ,fv- +- x SM Sli X. 1.-an 'f' E: V' I sz, ,K - the 'af R 12? ,c 1 af" v V Q.. .- rv mv. , , uv uv flu. v4 Q- ,ZX di fl s , my t f M uf lk' I I r. 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Pilot Point Frith, David Garland C Frost, Holly Dallas "Q Fry, Robert Arlington f Fugate, Anne Ft. Worth X5 if Fuller, Diana Arlington g' Fuller, Penny Azle ' ' Fuller, Perry Grand Prairie , .Yi Furlong, Cynthia Ft. Worth 4 , Fuston, David Turkey e - Q .- Galik, Stanley Millsap i 51,5 4 Galindo, Raymond Dallas A ' ' ' Galloway, Randall Ft. Worth 4 E M' P - E y H " " ' Gamble, Buzzy Ft. Worth - 5, tg, 1 ' 1-G91 Gamble, Ray Ft. Worth ' V' ' Z"' - . A f Gammon, Gail Irving -i l . Gansert, Gary Philadelphia, Penna. A r if - . Miss Dixie Belle, Sandra Grimn, added another honor to her list when she was named Miss Pecan Bowl for the NCAA Arkansas State, Jo Ellen Todd, and Midwest playoffs held at UT Arlington. With her are Miss Donna Kjonaas. W, faftirggriw Miss North Dakota, 1 0 '--QTY, ix., N' 'ana n " e , .rf . E, X, , , , . 5 . X ' . 'Ni K 1 ,,. X ,. 1, G' ' 4 T' .g4f' ! ff, ff, QC' vi- v i A J l 1 f"s. 5 3 4' 4- ' 'no 2? is A -'-N KX!! NC.- I 5- rw. :C 'v- . ,.. Q-Tx ' X . 1 -533. ,,4 4-.,, it nrt-Q rv Gansert, Greg Gant, Pam Gant, Ronnie Gardner, Brian Garner, Gary Garland, Ronald Garrett, Betty Garrett, Janice Garrett, Sanz Garrison, Olie Garth, John Gary, Rollin Garza, Linda Garza, Patsy Gatewood, Robert Gauntt, Danny Gautier, Carolyn Gay, Kirk Gazzola, Frank Geb, Jerry Geddie, Tommy Geiser, William Gensweider, Resa Gentry, Clark Gentry, James F. Gentry, Tom George, David Gerik, Richard Geurtz, Bob Giaimo, Charles Gian, Isaac Gibbons, Jon Gibbons, Yvonne Gibson, Debbie Giddens, Jana Giddens, Steve Gidley, Thomas Giere, Vicki Gifford, Craig Gilbert, Eddie Gilbert, Terry Giles, Frank Gilley, Michael Gilmartin, Johnny Gilmore, Barnie Gilmore, Comer Gilmore, Roy Giorgio. Bortot Arlington Ft. Worth McKinney Ft. Worth Tyler Ft. Worth Dallas Grand Prairie Mineral Wells Knox City Dallas Dallas Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Dallas Ft. Worth Wilmette, Ill. Euless Graham Dallas Lancaster Dallas Corpus Christi Dallas Dallas Abilene Mt. Holly, N.J. Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Arlington Dallas Ft. Worth Dallas Duncanville Arlington Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Richardson Jacksboro Ft. Worth Bedford Duncanville Ft. Worth Bryson Ft. Worth Euless Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania Giullory, Janet Grand Prairie Gleason, David Hico Glenewinkel, Linda Irving Gluth, David Albuquerque, N.M. Glynn, Roger Ft. Worth Gober, Terry Pittsburg Godfrey, Mary Goforth, Teresa Goings, Steve Goldberg, Joel Goldberg, Michael Golden, Kacey Goldring, Kathy Gomillion, Rex Good, Barry Goodale, Billy Goode, James W. Goodman, William Goodwin, Alice Goodwin, Lee Goodyear, Gary Euless Gordon, Crayton Jr. Gorham, Ronald Gorman, Shirley Gotcher, Gary Gotcher, J. Wayne Gott, Jan Goudeket, Bill Gould, Albin Gowens, Kenneth Goza, Roger Grady, William Graf, Terry Graft, Phil Graham, Graham, Graham Graham Graham Graves, Graves, Graves, Graves, Graves, Gerald L. Keith M. Vicki William Gary Jack Leota Linda Richey Gray, Charles Gray, Chris Gray, Linda Gray, William Green, Peggy Green, Ronnie Green, Teresia Greener, Pamela S. Greenlee, Robert Greenwood, Robert Greer, Darvin Greer, William Greeson, Gretchen Gregg, Adele Gregg, Sandra Gregory, Clyde Arlington Dallas Dallas Dallas Malden, Mass. Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Arlington Ft. Worth Arlington Hillsboro Dallas Arlington Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Carrolton Arlington Irving Arlington Arlington Tulsa, Okla. Arlington Graham Dallas Oglesby Vernon Graham Arlington Abilene Ft. Worth Dallas Dallas M ansheld Dallas Arlington Arlington Arlington Ennis Ft. Worth Arlington Bridgeport Ft. Worth Dallas Arlington Dallas Grand Prairie Arlington Ft. Worth Arlington Arlington Gregory, Darrell Gresham, Benjamin Grifiin, Bobby Griffin, Cheryl Grimn, Danny Lynn Griffin, Eileen Grihcin, Mickey Dallas Dallas Arlington Arlington Arlington Ft. Worth Arlington gg, gwr. ,- If N , 1. ,w w I ., Q 7 A l3l!"'.pg?Z.g ,. ,p1M .fs.: - F . ,ljwi-,Liz ,,3f, . gA . r y, . 4 'eff'-1j7.4i1. ,293 'lfivf ,. NL ' Af ,1 1-f G - gffxk "F,-., . X , "f,?1"1fE1 . 'f:Qaf.1??5'w- - , ' " l ff 1. :-. . , , 7, A . ff- P., ,......-G I i 2 'ir Kathy Webb, a Lacey pledge, and David Johnson, the fall semes- ter Lacey beau, clean up after an egg bash at the Winter Olympics. A Grihin, Sandra Grihin, Tommy D. Griffis, David Griffith Jigger Grimes, James Grimland, Richard Griswold, John Groce, Charlotte Ground, Betty Grubbs, Gough Guay, James A. Gruebbel, Rodolph Jr. Arlington Ft. Worth Garland Ft. Worth Irving Ft. Worth Dallas Ft. Worth Dallas Terrell Dallas Weatherford Sorority pledges practice sign-posting for campus elections. Guerrero, Ben H . Dallas Guess, Roger Allen Ft. Worth Guevieno, Felipe Laredo Guffey, Dennis E. Grand Prairie Gunatilaka, Lieu Bangkok, Thailand Gunter, Erlynne Corsicana Gunter, James Corsicana Guntrey, Harvey Ft. Worth Guthrie, Martha Gladewater Hackett, Ken Burleson Handley, Roy Lee Ft. Worth Hagar, Robert L. Ft. Worth Hahn, Karen Ft. Worth Hale, Ronald Irving Haley, Brent Irving Haley, Brian W. Irving Haley, Mickie Lone Star Hall, Cindy Arlington Hall, Hugh Morgan Dallas Hall, Jesse Lee Springton Hall, Karen Grand Prairie Hall, Ralph Jay Ft. Worth Hall, Vernon Bedford Hallmark, Philip Ray Ft. Worth Ham, Norman Ft. Worth Hamic, Robert Dallas Hamilton, Allen Lee Jacksboro Hamilton Donna Ft. Worth Hamilton, John R. Ft. Worth Hamilton, Marcus Neil Ft. Worth :"ff"" ., cr 1- .fp - , ,U R . .W 1' 54' 0 it -2'- JK 1' G' w V4 I R15 l an ,,. w-f" fx f s "-X' if xg. in 1 nn. G, -.... F l .tin rl . f ' A' 'Q' 41's I -., ...W .A if Ay N if - .. au " - Q .r-' 4' Q . 'ft -uv---' ' " Qi-1' 1 ww , i ,Q . ff S L -tv s 7 C 4 g i . wg ' 4-th ief . 4- if L fl-xirrffx i Hamilton, Randy Hamm, James L. Hamm, Paula Sue Hammel, Bonnie Hammond, Charley Hammond, Rod Hammond, Walter Edward Hamon, Rodney Dale Hampton, David Wayne Hampton, Linda Hamrick, Norma Hand, Kenny Hanks, Darrell Hanna, Peggy Hanson, Robert Harder, Kyle Hardin, Larry Don Hardwick, Susan Hardwick, W. E. Harkless, Clifford Harlan, Carolyn Harlan, Robinette Harless, Douglas Harmon, David A. Harper, Harvey Harper, James L. Harper, Melvin Don Harpold, Mike Harrell, Marilyn Harris. Ann E. Harris, Christopher Harris, George W. Cleburne Dallas Ft. Worth Dallas Lewisville Jacksboro Ft. Worth Coleman Austin Ft. Worth Winnsboro Arlington Sweetwater Mansfield Dallas Hurst Ft. Worth Dallas Ft. Worth Tatum Arlington Arlington Grand Prairie Ft. Worth Abilene Sulphur Springs Odessa Grand Prairie Arlington Ft. Worth Grand Prairie Wewoka, Okla. Harris, Joyce Dallas Harris, Leonard Dallas Harris, Lynda Anita Dallas Harris, Richard Quitrnan Harris, Thomas Marydale Harris, William Evan Smithfield Harrison, Anthony D. Ennis Harrison, Carol Alice Hurst Harrison, Douglas A. Garland Harrison, Kathi Dallas n wi' an-... 1 4 pw Q ,- XFX i 1 ' .if ' If 0 1 : 5 g fff,,.7"Y'i1W ,CW i twefvrdwwx , ' -Q ROTC cadets visit a helicopter flight-trainer installation at Ft. Wolters in Mineral Wells. 1 Harrison, Nancy Ft. Worth y Hart, Holly Hurst M G Hart, Jim Wichita Falls 'A L' i Hart, Loren Arlington -f' ' Hart, Shelly Ft. Worth Hart, Timothy Cedar Hill 9 x . ,, Hart, Willard Ft. Worth Hartin, Glynn Grand Prairie I as Q Harvey, Bennett Ft. Worth A st V Harwell, Herman Weatherford A Eiif '54 fi rr Harwell, Linda Dallas f W , Hashemi, Parviz Iran is 'll I W' .. '.' ' 1 .... L Dwi 1 Haskins, Linda Ft. Worth Z Q Hassan, Saraya Ft. Worth ' ,, Q .VA' g fi Hatch, Thomas Alvarado Y' Y' ' ,AA EQ GL, ll Hatheld, Gary Denver City ' I ' Han, Christi Dallas - ,. M , Hauck, Larry Dallas J ..,. x I fy, Ig Haugen, Karl Irving A A A W y Havins, George Irving l Hawpe, Richard Ft. Worth il Hayner, William Irving - Haynes, Barbara Tyler y HCWS, Brad Ft. Worth A . I his Q Hazen, Steve Houston , Head, Bobby Grand Prairie Heath, Charlotte Grand Prairie Heatlz, Larry Grand Prairie Hebert, Mary Arlington Hecht, Gary Dallas 346 L Ls.LLLLL s LLLLLLLLL Heinze, Rosanne Bouiie f16lbl:flg, Mary Ft, Wgrlll Helm, Emily Ft. Worth Hezmick, S. D. Australia Helpinstill, Bob Dallas Hemingway, Eugene Jr., Arlington Hemmeline, Stan Denver City Henchcliffe, Audrey Arlington Henderson, Doug Ft. Worth Henderson, Kathleen St. George, Utah Henderson, Kenneth Abilene Henderson, Michael McKinney Henderson, Pat Ft. Worth Hendon, Sally Ft. Worth Hendon, Steve Hereford Hendricks, George Longvieu' Henley, Andy Greenville Henning, William Ft. Worth ations Henry, Barbara Ft. Worth Hensel, Bonnie Grand Prairie Hensley, Dixie Ft. Worth Hensley, Jeff Ft. Worth Henson, Tom Waco Henson, Toy Arlington Henzen, Allen Dallas Herold, Joseph Dallas Herrbold, Paul Dallas Herring, Gary Garland Herrington, Dian DeSoto Herrington, Liz Corpus Christi Hesch, Bunny Ft. Worth Hesker, Bruce Richardson Hester, Linda Arlington Hester, Mike Merkel Hester, Youlinda Merkel Heuszel, Earl Euless Hicks, Laura Decatur Hicks, Linda Arlington Higgins, Don Hooks Hill Bruce Dallas Hill Dick Irving Hill J. Paul Arlington Hill, Linda Ft. Worth Hill, Linda Carol Ft. Worth Hill, Mary Dallas Hill, Michael Houston Hill, Sandra Irving Hill, Sandye Irving Hillinger, Howard Himes, Cathey Hines, Oscar Hinkle, Cindi Hinojosa, Bebe Hinson, Louis Hinton, David Hinton, Richard Hitt, Bobby Hoar, Wesley Hobbs, Carolyn Hobson, Michael Hocker, David Hoefling, Jerry Hocl, Mike Hoff, Dixie Hoffman, Carl Hoffman, Susan Hogan, Larry Hogsett, Danny Holden, Gerry Holden, Lois Holland, Marvin Holler, Joe Holley, Bonnie Hollingsworth, Hazel Hollingsworth, Jack Hollingsworth, Karl Hollowell, Roger Holmes, Evan Holmes, James Holt, Gary Holt, Jerry Holt, John Honeycutt, Ronnie Hooks, James Hooper, Mike Hoover, Carl Jr. Hoover, lone Hoover, Jerry Hopkins, Janet Hoppe, Robert Hopper, Sheryl Horn, Vicki Horton, Ronald Horton, Whatley, Jr. Hoskins, Wayne Hoth, Larry Houpt, Clelon House, Karen House, Tommy Hovend, Rita Howell, Dean Howell, Debbie Contests Are Part of Greek Social Life Arlington Ft. Worth Rhome Garland Ft. Worth Brownwood Ft. Worth Dallas Grapevine Dallas Irving Palestine Dallas Palestine Clifton Grand Prairie Waco Daingerfield Ft. Worth Pampa Gainesville Dallas Irving Dallas Arlington Arlington Arlington Keller Azle El Paso Ft. Worth Clifton Arlington Dallas Ft. Worth Ft. Worth McKinney Dallas Bedford Arlington Ft. Worth Arlington Ft. Worth Midland Dallas Arlington Ft. Worth Arlington Dallas Dallas Arlington Ft. Worth Arlington McKinney - s 4 Wh-. M, u.. his I A 5, fa 0 fn in 3, r . 17' X 'ni agfyf, . 'N as . W4 J W 'iw 1 F gi. , , 5-4 T ff, M, V . ibn . -., .X 3 X C' ' . , W Ni- si cr ' V 2 'Sift f-1.0 :Fw 4. his if Y . 'K' fan ,Y l. .. I 'Q 5 K, g. An En Ami sorority member boxes her way into a sweatshirt during Winter Olympics. The coed olympics are sponsored by Phi Delta Theta fraternity 1? I H 1 '- SH ww. Sn...., 4,4 ' 'fir ca ' . , ai Howrey, Patrick Howsley, Cristi Howson, Karen Wylie Arlington Ft. Worth Hoyos, Gabriel Manizales, Columbia Hubbard, John Ft, Worth Hubbard, William Dallas Huckaby, David Arlington Huddleston, Dennis Grand Prairie Hudson, Andrew Dallas Hudson, John Ft. Worth Huebner, Taylor Arlington Huff, Linda Dallas Huff, Susan Ft. Worth Huffaker, Gregg Ft. Worth Hugh, Gwen Dallas Hughes, Harold Arlington Hughes, Ralph Arlington Hull, Sarah Ft. Worth Hummel, Joseph, Jr. Grand Prairie Humphries, William Dallas Hundt, Melissa Arlington Hunnicutt, Phyllis Canyon Hunter, Judy Dallas F' ff n 4 r' pn- Skyscraper Added T 0 Campus Picture , ,,,., Carlisle Hall, scheduled to open this fall, will be the tallest build- ing in Arlington. It will house instructors' ofhces. Halton, Carolyn Hyden, J. Bruce Hysinger, Larry Hyslop, Vicki Imber, Marlene Imes, Kenneth Ingram, Penny Ingram, Sherry Inman, Myron Ireson, Peggy Irion, James Isbell, Bob Isbell, David Ives, Gary Jackman, Brenda Jackson, Danny Jackson, David Jackson, Dennis Ft. Worth Dallas Carlisle, Penn. Bedford Ft. Worth Jacksboro Dallas Dallas Arlington Dallas Dallas Stamford Irving Cary, Ill. Graford Tyler Dallas Arlington n fs Q . Q YM :git Huber, Don Hurley, Martha I-Iusband, Danny Hutchison, Don Hutson, David I-Iutson, Phil Jin -' 'ivy 4 , h I 'rav- Grapevine Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Garland Dallas Grand Prairie U01 pf - ee L --.. N. if 9' 1 vw Az . ,155 4 fr , D' f I7 f ' ., JM. - ii, x ,' .f 'C I s -Q ik : :s ' s -294 ft Iii JL. A my pf " 1 L - ' XE ff Lx, sf- E, 24' R' 'F Q-4' 'ATM -6 A fs! r F' .. . 1 Q? Xe: rg-6' 'g,,. all! . ,,.-41.-Pk in ,, I sqm fi ,ex- L -t f if sh , ,Q 0 it ,J-V I S. ! gs I We Nino YS in .3 X - . . 'BIRM- 1e9,...:, ,ASKK ffffii-:L QIITI in I Jackson, Donald Burleson Jackson, Janet Dallas Jackson, Jerry Euless Jackson, Michael Irving Jackson, Vicki Ft. Worth Jackson, Vicki Ft. Worth Jackson, William Arlington Jacobs, Lyn Dallas Jacobson, Gordon Tulsa, Okla. Jacobson, Linda Hereford James, Buddy Bridgeport James, Claude Ft. Worth James, Cora Ft. Worth James, Lyndon Mesquite James, Marvin Arlington James, Robert Grand Prairie Jameson, Reese Abilene Jamieson, Judith Arlington Jarrett, Boyce Pasadena Jarrett David Euless Jarrett, Michael Hurst Jarrett, Robert Canyon Jasheway, Lynne Arlington Jaynes, Jimmy Ft. Smith, Ark. Jenkins, Barny Dallas Jenkins, Patrick Arlington Jenkins, Steven Waco Jennings, William Irving Jennison, Ruth Lovington, N.M. Jernigan, Larry Ft. Worth Jessud, Linda Irving Jimeneze, Jose Dallas Jobe, Terry Beeville Johannesen, Robert Arlington Johansen, Robert Brownwood Johns, Sherrie Ft. Worth Johnson, Barbre Richardson Johnson, Curtis Kennedale Johnson, David Ft. Worth Johnson Gloria Dallas Johnson Gordon Hurst Johnson James Irving Johnson Jerry Ft. Worth Johnson John Arlington Johnson, Karen Arlington Johnson, Larry Ft. Worth Johnson Lawrence Ft. Worth Johnson Marge Ft. Woflll Johnson, Pat Dall!!-9 Johnson Randel Ft. Worth Johnson, Randy Afllngwn Johnson Ronald GClf6'SUiUe Johnson Walter Arlingffm Johnson Weldon 'IVUUI8 Johnston, C. Michael Carthage Johnston, Sandra Arlingffm Joiner, Richard King Dallas Jones, Bill R. DGUCIS Jones, Curtis D. Lifldfllf? Jones, James R. Dallas Jones Jennifer Fi. Worth Jones, Karen Aflingwn Jones, Larry W. DUU071 Jones, Linda Lou Arlingffm Jones, Marilyn Grand Prairie Jones, Michael Alan Fl- Worth Jones Pat Fi- Worth Jones, Patsy Ft- Wvrth Jones Robert Peyton Dallas Jones Sheralee HUVSIT Jones S. Maureen Dallas Jones Stephen Jay H ico, Texas Jones, William R. Dallas Jordan, Jerry Don Denison, Texas Jordan, Paula Arlington Joyce, Randy Irving Juliuson II, Robert G. Dallas Juricek, Michael Dallas Kaler, Mike Ft. Worth Kam, Tommy Dallas Karnes, Karen San Diego, Calif. Karr, Russell A. Ft. Worth Kasberg, Johnie D. Garland Kaster, Bill Grand Prairie Katrycz, Tolli A. Bele Field, Germany Kearny, Henry J. Dallas Keasler, Walter Irving Keating, Jerome Paul Ft. Worth Keck, Kelly Lee Wichita Falls Kee, Ava McKinney Keeley, Cynthia Garland Keenan, Cassia Bedford Keenan, Tim Bedford Kell, George M. Irving Kelley, Diana Lynn Dallas Kelley, Robert Michael Arlington Kelley, Tommie Arlington Kellogg, Mary Dallas Kelly, M. Glen Ft. Worth Kelly, Kathleen Oakland, Calif. Kelly, Michael Smith Tyler Kelly, Paula Arlington .mi K qo3 45. A mix If 4 Mall Construction Urea tes Campus Mess fi? .-I K ' 3 X NY X Wa is 5 "':- , -f ' ss, J ii M . 'W Q.. 1 ku-C 3 ' fr ":'.:'- r Elk' K- 1- - '7 ' F .2 iii' :?12.h, .f 'f ,Q hr. ' a U' Q ng 5 9 ,- 'uv , 4' 7-uw: .Q W -ur' wgfvfs . -,ni K' ' La- .- "Inning- :EE A stunt by Shorthorn photographer David Banks to illustrate the mess caused by construction of a new mall brings expressions of concern and of indifference to students' faces. ir .YS-A We AW' ff' ' x Yz get il R 'Wi 1 L .Q 11 N - 1 F' 4- Q- x -vs 32 uv. 5. - - It . 5 Y L I :YL 5 2, :ld .- . . ki rs. , 'V 6 . A. 1, . 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Preston Arlington King, Phil Cleburne King, Ramona Dallas Kinsey, Sharon Marie Arlington King, Stephen C. Dallas Kirk, Judith Ann Arlington Kirk, Patricia A. Dallas Kirk, Shirley Dallas Kirkland, John Mascoutah, Ill. Kirkland, Michael W. Irving Kirkpatrick, Jeffrey E. Garland Kirkwood, Byron Duncanville Kisinger, George Irving Klein, John F. Dallas Klem, Alan Arlington Kline, Jill Arlington Knickerbocker, Robbyn Abilene Knight, Susan Grand Prairie Knott, Richard Douglas Dallas Knudson, Paul Hurst Koehl, Debbie Arlington Koncak, Eric Dallas 2 A . ,Q Qs., f "W km as S , -1. fi .Y " sf f f -r Q' J 'F' X I IN. 'lb N Rl' gf' , M f William Brazzil explains Brownian motion as seen through a microscope to a freshman biology student. 2 if ,vs r . , , if---' sm-- .. -'v - 4' x ' .a ,z Bio ogy Studies Pinpoint Li e f . 1 1 5 ' . 53. 'arf' sg' ' 1 . ' F44 IIQFQ W' .Ax .qsx I .QR ' X A 'fy if A.. ar , bl' A' S 9 Q, 1'-' ' if aol an K 03. GQ- lx ci X 'E 1 as' . dill! 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Worth Larimore, Sharon Larsen, Irene Larsen, Susan Mineral Wells Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Lawler, Robert Cleburne Lawrence, Cleo Ft. Worth Lawson, Janice Marie Garland Lawson, Stanley Ft. Worth Lay, Jackie Arlington Laymance, Edward Earl Arlington Leaman, Gregory Paul Osceola, Missouri Leaverton, Thomas H. Waco Lee, Karyn Kay Ft. Worth Lee, Richard P. Dallas Lee, William David Bedford Leeper, Dennis Wellington Lefors, Jeanette UUUUS Leger, Rodger DUU0-9 Lemond, William Fi- W0ffh Lepenski, Bill Ft. Worth LeRoy, James P. B18 Spring Lett, Nancy Afllflgfon Letz, Martha Levins, James LeVesque, Mary Levy, David Lewis Daniel Lewis Douglas Lewis Emmett Lewis, Henry Lewis Leigh Lewis Leon Lewis Mary Lewis Rex Lewis Scotty Libotte, Kristy Lillard, J. C. Lilly, Barbara Lilly, Jim Lind, Jon Lide, Linda Lindecker, Mickey Lindsey, Ann Lindberg, Barbara Lindberg, James Linn, Walter Liske, Irene Little, Mary Beth Littwin, Dale Livesay, Don Livingston, David Lloyd, Julie Lockard, Melissa Locke, Mary Locke, Wayne Locker, Brenda Loftis, Bruce Logan, Luann Lomax, Vickie London, Leigh Long, Linda Long, Roger Long, Roger Long, Sharon Long, Susan Longley, Alan Longley, Kenneth Looney, Harold Lopez, Joseph Lovelace, Richard Loveless, Robert Lowery, Jo Anne Loyd, Greg Lubke, Fred Lucas, Ronnie Lucas, Stephen Ft. Worth Hillsborough Arlington Waco Dallas Waxahach ie Burnet Arlington Brownwood Texarkana Dallas Dallas Dallas Arlington Ft. Worth Arlington Arlington Garland Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Arlington Dallas Dallas Arlington Mesquite Dallas Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Arlington Arlington Deer Park Cleburne Ft. Worth Irving Dallas Ft. Worth Austin Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Dallas Grand Prairie Cleburne Cleburne Ft. Worth Dallas Crockett Bradford Ft. Worth Dallas Grandview La Marque Dallas W f M5551 xx- .. N5 K' . is . .- O' Sis r"" 315 'kv ful if I' X sl We--.1 rf- . ' 2 nv- ,, 54. Q" 7 ' ', la., rf W QS ,N . U it - i ,. . I fs. ,i 1 ,ir ., A T , fv- 1 ,I w Y ' x 'V 0 .,. .T K o r 'S 'er-"" N, KK - ,s :su 5571 X 1' " QRS? 'Ei fp.ti4fss-W3 5 S '. I . H1 I 1' . F .'-' 'l,XQ.'t-. f rf 'rl ' .Q - , , f. f QTL' 55 wry... ..- M R -... San Angelo Students ina' Regis tra tion Expensive W.. . 1 f 1 lt B. , , I, is 1 My if 'A U Si, 51 ' f au x X ij' 'ii' S if :Kr rf. f Ny Y' 4 Y Students purchase textbooks from the X X X 'm Y Luck, Sue Ludwig, Jane Luke, Robert Lundlay, Jayne Lyell, James Lyles, James Lynch, Carolyn Lynch, John Lynch, Linda Lynch, Margaret Lynn, Robert Lynn, Sharon Lynn, Tommy Arlington Grand Prairie Ft. Worth Burleson Plano Dumas Ft. Worth Arlington Ft. Worth Dallas Euless Dallas Student McAdams, John McCall, Ken McCarthy, Mary Jane McCarty, Bob McCarty, Bradford McCarty, Michael D. McCaskill, Linda McClaine, Karen McClelland, John McClendon, John McClendon, Mark McCleskey, Robert McClinton, Bill McClinton, Travis McConnell Les McConnell, Ronald McCormack, Barbara McCormack, Carl McCormick, Jimmie McCormick, John McCoy, Mickey McCrory, Kelly McCune, Judith M cDade, Jean McDaniel, Bob Irving Bedford Arlington Dallas Dallas Arlington Dallas Denison Plainview Ft. Worth Garland Abilene Waco Arlington Arlington Belton Dallas Richardson Dallas Dallas Dallas Sweetwater Arlington Grand Prairie Louisville, Ky. Four students take time out in the sixth floor lounge of the library for a between classes siesta. 3 Library Lounge Provides Peace McDaniel, Howard Jr. McDonald, McDonald, McDonald, McDonald, McDonald, McDougal, McDowell, David Elaine Linda Marvin V. Richard A. Gary Sharon A. McDuH, Mike McDuhCie, John G. M cEachern, Eric Ft. Worth McElroy, Joseph Grand Prairie McElroy, Mike Dallas M cElyea, Michael T. Irving McFadin, Donna Mansfield McFadin, Douglas E. Mansfield McGee, James F. Kinssland McGee, Larry Gene Mesquite McGee, Sandy Dallas McGihray, Don Arlington McGill, Jerry Rhome McGough, Sheila Denison McGregor, Thomas A. Arlington McGuffey, Nancy Greenville McGuire, Patricia Arlington McKay, Charleen H. Dallas McKay, Charles Marietta, Okla. McKee, Frank E. Ft. Worth McKee, Guy S. Saginaw McKee, Larry M. Ft. Worth McKenzie, James A. Alvarado McKeown, Larry Emory McKinney, Jerry A. Arlington McKown, Mike Ft. Worth 9? ,, i m e ffagas. Ft. Worth Gatesville Arlington Bedford Dallas Dallas Lackland Desoto Arlington Ft. Worth .-5 "A A 'EL 1 N'-5-. ' 1 45? -Q-,Q A g f L 53.0 it Y' I, I 'K S av, kt sky. In 1 Q Nh March, Paul Marks, Dave Marlett, Jerry Mante, Marley Marlow, Thomas McLaughlin A. Austin Ft. Worth McLaughlin Larry Dallas McLaughlin, Lynda Lee Ft. Worth McLaughlin, J. Steven Ft. Worth McLean, Jeanne Grand Prairie McLean, John Curtis Fayetteville, N.C. McLeland, Michael A. Dallas McLendon, Mary Ft. Worth M cLerran, Linda Dallas McMahen, Dale K. Arlington McMahon, Bryan Ft. Worth McMillan, Mike Wayne Arlington McMullin, Sheryl Cleburne McMurry, Robert J. Mineral Wells McMurtre, Mary S. Ft. Worth McNeese, Martin L. Richardson M cNellie, Johnnie Arlington 4 McNennamy, Roger N. Snyder McQueen, Eual Ft. Worth McRae, Dawn Sweetwater ' McRight, W. C. Arlington "" McRuiz, Ronald E. Tyler M cVean, Morris Ft. Worth McWhorter, Jerry Kaufman Mach, William Dallas Mack, Johnny, Dallas Mack, Karen Gail Arlington Macsisak, Stephen Leonard Madden, John McKinney Madewell, J. D. Jr. Ft. Worth Mahan, Jeri Irving Mahanay, Randal Alvarado Mahoney, Dan Dallas Mahoney, Lynn Alvarado Maines, Dashelle Arlington Malcom, Martha Bedford Malone, Georgann Garland Malone, Mike Springtown Maloney, Charlene Dallas Malott, Brett V. Crowley Maly, John Keller Maner, Doland Jr. Arlington Manning, Billy Ft. Worth Manohar, Alloju India Manrriquez, Nicholas Dallas Mantzuranis, Antonie Dallas Manypenny, Virginia Arlington Marazzini, Pam San Antonio Wilton, Conn. Indianapolis, Ind. Smithfield Wichita Falls Arlington Coed Ulympics Test A tlile tics Talents Maroney, Mike Marosak, David Marques, Marie Marsh, Paula Marshall, Carl Marshall, Judy Marshall, Lynn Marslett, David Harold Martin, Billy G. Martin, Carolyn I. Martin, Chuck Martin, Claire Martin, Danny Michael Martin, David W. Martin, George L. Martin, Kay Lyn Martin, Louise Martin, Richard Austin Ennis Grand Prairie Glen Rose Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Dallas Atlanta Ft. Worth Irving Dallas Mesquite Ft. Worth Arlington Abilene Brownwood Martin, Sam Arlington Martin, Sherry Ft. Worth Martin, Shirley Jo Ft. Worth Martin, Stephen Clark Ft. Worth Martindale, Maxine Waxahachie Martinez, Larry Wylie Marzonie, Francia Arlington Mason, Jerri Ft. Worth Mason, Mike C. Greenville Massengale, Judy Arlington Mathews, Dorothy Waco Mathis. Beverly Grand Prairie Mathis, William Roy, J Jacksboro Matlock, Robert Bonham Matthews, Barbara Mineral Wells Matthews, Sharon Dallas Maurer, Michael L. Ft. Worth Maxey, Rick Pampa Maxwell, Robert Arlington May, James L., Jr. Irving May, Cindy Arlington Mayheld, Lynda F. Ft. Worth Mayhew, Jerry Michael Duncanville Mayo, Constance Hurst Mayo, James D. Van Mayo, Stephen Hamilton Dallas Mays, Diana Arlington Mays, James A. Ft. Worth Meacham, Mike Burleson Meador, Cynthia Abilene Meadows, Grady Mt. Pleasant Meazell, Bobby D. Athens Medlen, Donna Lee Olney Mahahfey, W. R. Nashville, Tenn. Meier, Fred Dallas Meister, Lee W. Ft. Worth If -s 6 36 S fr- ,ell . - v- .. v L . . . Q. ., .w":3f: 3 .54 51 . 'za Us ' Q! fa 'f Y' ,Vi 'r ". N .,,f' aa I Coed Toi Smith has dihficulties with shot putting form in the Phi Delta Theta Winter Olympics. Melton, Connie Earlene Melvin, Linda Mendez, Lou M. Merrill, John F. Merritt, Joe Metcalf, Roger Meyer, Kathy Michha, J. M. Middick, Mary Mikel, Roisann Milburn, Larry N-1+ Miles, Cathy M ilke, Laura Miller, Douglas Miller, Kathy Miller Lee W. Miller Loyal Carrol Miller Pam Miller Richard Miller Robert Miller Ruth Helen Miller, Sandra Miller, Tommy Mills, Ronnie Millssola, Milton Miner, Terre Minter, Larry G. Minton, Joseph R. Miracle, Cindy Hurst Bedford Dallas Arlington Garland Ft. Worth Dallas Crockett Hurst Ft. Worth Cresson Arlington Ft. Worth Irving Grand Prairie Ft. Worth Richardson Arlington Grand Prairie Ft. Worth Dallas Ft. Worth Canton Euless Dallas Arlington Ft. Worth Mesquite Dallas Mitchell Bill Mitchell, Danny Mitchell, David Mitchell Dennis Mitchell Donald Mitchell Harry Mitchell, Larry Mitchell, Lloyd Mitchell Lionell Mole, Anita Molina, Moises Moncrife, Charles Monds, Clarence Monreal, Wally Montgomery, Barry Montgomery, James Montgomery, Robert Monzingo, William Moody, William Moon, Michael Mooney, Boyd Moore, Becky Moore, Cynthia Moore, David Moore, Gary Moore, Larry Moore, Marie Moore, Morris, I I I Moore, Moore 5 Perry Richard Euless Ft. Worth Corsicana Dallas Arlington Arlington Tyler Arlington Ft. Worth Dallas McAllen Dallas Arlington Ennis Ft. Worth Waxahachie Dallas Arlington Waxahachie Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Duncanville Ft. Worth Gainesville Ft. Worth Dallas Mesquite Lake Worth Electra Dallas Cheerleaders Cindi Coulson and Jim Wallace lead the football team onto the gridiron Cindi is in her second year of cheerleading and was 1967 68 Miss UT Arlington K Cheerleaders Promo te Gridiron Spirit Q' -W. ' ..-M f 4' ap. t.. Yi. 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Worth Irving Arlington Irving Denison Arlington Arlington Ft. Worth Irving Ft. Worth Sweetwater Dallas Dallas R home Chico Ft. Worth Dallas Grand Prairie Garland San Antonio Mesquite Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Hamlin McKinney Arlington Arlington Dallas Ft. Worth Denison Houston Ft. Worth Dallas Arlington Mansfield Ft. Worth Abbot Dallas Richardson 4 Nail, Linda Nance, Aron Nataneti, Arom Naylor, Terry Neal David Neal Jamie Neal, Larry Neal, Nancy Neal Susan Neal Terry Neely, Jane Neely, Don Neely, Russell Neiswander, Jaci Nelson, Barbara Nelson, Claiborne Nelson, Gary Nelsony, James Neumann, Gaylon Neville, John Nevison, David Newberry, Doris Newquist, Keith Newquist, Kraig Nicholls, Susan Nichols, Thomas Nichols, Walter Nichols, William Nickell, Mike Nikols, Fred Nixon, John Noell, Robert Norris, Danny Norris, Larry Norris, Penny North, Donald Northcutt, Jeanie Norton, Thomas Nosal, Craig Novak, Gene Novotny, David Nunn, Pam Nystrom Barbara Oates, Jerry Oates, Allen Oats, Roy Obert, Grace Oblak, John Odeh, Mohammed Olcott, Eric Oliver, Sheila O'Neal, Suzan Ord, Biff Orthwein, Shirley Ft. Worth Dallas Bangkok, Thailand Waxahachie Ft. Worth Hurst Waxahachie Britton Bedford Arlington Alvarado Irving Arlington Irving Dallas Dallas Waco Cuero Dallas Dallas Ft. Worth Dallas Dallas Arlington Grapevine Austin Ft. Worth Dallas Dallas Irving Dallas Ft. Worth Grand Prairie Arlington Cleburne Dallas Abilene Dallas Bentlyville, Penn. Dallas Ft. Worth Dallas Ft. Worth Mesquite Mesquite Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Palestine, Jerusalem White Oak Hunting Beach Dallas Dallas Irving .YZ sl kg, f I ,Q 4. R X Q x va wtf X. Tl! 'iv' 'V' ve' if rw ic:-'Nl fr ff 1 ,vw F, 4'- 7 4 N. SJ-4' 231 . max V ny, in L sf .ZX S ,f 're i L ' I K . A,.,..,x " .. sa f rx -W 43' I, sz f ,B , 1,x ' xx' X ix, 5 W' QE X, E 1. , ,, .,v 7" -N' :i A-. . X ' - , .11 's f ' Q ' Callege Education Includes Everything ,I W wi Empty again! Ortman, Christie Osborne, Lynn Ots, Sandy Overbeek, Ronald Overton, Phillip Overton, Robert Owen, Charles Owen, Jan Owen, Stephen Pace, Melvylin Pacheco, Alfonso f sl gb-rf' S :L se.. Q gl Padgett, George Page, Glen Parham, Phil Park, Donald Parker, Dick Parker, Fred Parker, Lynn Parker, Marshaellen Parker, Michael Parker, R. L. Parker Richard Parker Stephen Parker, Tom Parks, James Parrish, Bruce Parrish, Gene Pascador, Mary Patel, Maqbool Smiley Ft. Worth Arlington Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Brownsville Keller Arlington Abilene Ft. Worth Wichita Falls Ft. Worth Rockwall Smiley Dallas Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Arlington Arlington Ft. Worth Bethel Park, Pa. Ft. Worth Arlington Karachi, Pakiston Patrick, Christopher Patterson, Donald Patterson, Garry Patterson, H. Daniel Patterson, Linda Patterson, Margarett Patterson, Randal Patterson, Shirley Patton, David Paxton, Orsen Payne, Gary Payne, James Payne, Lauran Payne, Martha Pearson, Sylvia Pechal, Johnnie Peck, Dennis K. Perry, David Pehkonen, Elaine Peniston, Anthony Penn, Nathan J. Pennock, Len Penny, Kenneth Perez, Ernest Perkins, Peggy Perricone, Marilyn Perricone, Maria Peters, Charles Odessa Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Pampa Ft. Worth Houston Winnsboro Ft. Worth Arlington Arlington Arlington Grand Prairie Arlington Azel Ft. Worth Belton Ft. Worth Wichita Falls Ft. Worth Arlington Dallas Texas City Mabank Ft. Worth Arlington Arlington Ft. Worth Dallas Peters, Jennifer Kay Arlington ,al -h,.,,: Q: 'Y 5. ,f R1 Q A ,N Y I X ff F' 5- 'H f ' Ag ' xv N... f X 4 . I i . A, fs.. X W X E Q-"t""s-X 4 I .I tg fir .... .fx .. i' , . .,,v i ...fi ML . Q Students reluctantly leave the Hereford Student Center for their early morning classes. up . . ' av- MA 'VR 1 2 3. " 15. 1 . :W 3 Jw y- 1 0' 5 N , HSN 1 5 Q Q23 , is' 1 4, 'X as . A g Q.. , 8:00 Classes Draw Many Early Risers f u 3 dn.. rf , 5 'A W . .A .,,..f' fn' 3. K 'wx 'av 'TN I . sf.. v-. ...- 4, 'rn Am 'xl U b 9 Peters, William Ft. Worth Peterson, James Steven Dallas Peterson, Richard DeSoto Petri, Clarence J. San Antonio Pflaster, Ziegfried S. Dallas Pfeffer, Eugene Dallas Phelps, Russ Ft. Worth Philley, Martha K. Dallas Phillips, Elliene La Rue Phillips, Kenneth Ray Arlington Phillips, Ted Pampa Phipps, William H. Arlington Pickard, David Grand Prairie Pickett, Robert E. Ft. Worth Pigg, Kenneth R. Waxahachie Piles, Jimmy Waldron, Arkansas Pinson, David Rio Vista Pinion, Michiel Sherman Pinkerton, Bill Ft. Worth Piotrawski, Carol Austin Pitchford, Robert Lubbock Pittman, Kerry Waxahachie Plattner, Arden Grand Prairie Pleiner, David J. Ennis Plowien, Jack Arlington Podsednik, William Ft. Worth Poindexters, Susan Irving Polk, B. J. Ft. Worth Polk, Kenneth R. Kerrville Pond, William C. Richardson Pool, Robert A. Plainview Poore, Roger A. Garland Pope, David L. Irving Pope, Linda Arlington Porterfield, Michael Italy Potter, Toni Dallas Potts, Sammy J. Bridgeport Pouzar, Robert Dallas Powell, James R. Abilene Powell, William K. Ft. Worth Powell, William P. Elmira, N.Y. Poyner, Wesley J. Jacksboro Prado, Jose McAllen Prater, Susan K. Ft. Worth Prather, Val Vance Arlington Prehoditch, Kenneth E. Ft. Worth Preston, John R. Sulfer Springs Preston, Mike Lubbock Price, Kenneth R. Arlington Prince, Mel Dallas Pringle, James Irving Privett, Freddy Mansjield Prochaska, Frank J. Ft. Worth Procter, Sandi Abilene Provence, Sam Pruitt, Carroll Lee Pruitt, Leonard E. Ptacek, John W. Puckett, Gary Lynn Pugh, Sheri Purdy, Ira Odell Purdy, Mevanee Puryear, Bob Putman, Tony G. Pullen, Thomas E. Puyear, Glenn W. Pyle, Jerry Quarles, Bill Quattlebaum, James Quillin, Carla Quillin, Sandi Quinn, William A. Rabeck, Randy L. Rabroker, Mary Radell, Stanley Rador, Chris Raimondo, James Rakes, James M. Arlington Ft. Worth Haltom Grand Prairie Joshua Arlington Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Dallas Hughes Springs DeSoto Livingston Kerrville Pampa Athens Grand Prairie Seattle Arlington Grand Prairie Dallas Grand Prairie Dallas Trenton, N.J. if 2 .. .X 1 xv-2,23 - , in x 4. n - - :ws fa V W.. I . . 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L. III Ft. Worth Ream, Linda Ft. Worth Redmon, Nancy J. Deni.son Reed, Roger Ft. Worth Reeder, Keith Elton McKinney Reese, Martha Arlington Reese, Richard R. Ft. Worth Reeves, Bobby John Santo Reeves, Danny Lynn Grand Prairie Reibenspies, Christine Dallas Reichenstein, Juliana Arlington Reichenstein, Karl Arlington Reid, Douglas Craig Dallas Reid, Susan Ft. Worth Reifle, Sherry Hurst Reinhardt, Cindy Ft. Worth Remington, Pat Arlington Renfro, Bryan Dallas Resener, Guy C. Weatherford Rex, Jack Graham Reyna, S. Miguel Dallas Reynolds, Carolyn Irving Reynolds, Charles Mesquite Reynolds, Lindian Carbon Reynolds, Monica Riverside, Calif. Reynolds, Nancy Arlington Rhoads, Charlene Kennewick, Wash. Rhoads, Mike A. Dallas Richards, Nancy Abilene Richards, Steve Ft. Worth Richardson, Jackie Arlington Richardson, J. D. Dallas Richardson, J. Michael Arlington Richardson, Marcus P. Dallas Richardson, Scott Ft. Worth Richie, Gary Wayne Irving Richey, Cindy Ft. Worth Mam Csel es Publicize Fashion Shaw Rickard, Keith Arlington Riddle, John P. Irving Ridings, Joyce Arlington Riley, Horace E. Henderson Riordon, Margaret M. Arlington Risner, Linley Duncanville Ritchey, Donald E. Odessa Rittiman, Dana L. San Antonio Ritz, Gwendolyn A. Dallas Roark, Gary Arlington Robbins, James L. Ft. Worth Robbins, Larry C. San Antonio Roberts, James D. Jacksboro Roberts, Richard Lee Arlington Roberts, Richard Mineola Roberts, Ricky M. Irving Roberts, Sheryl Dallas Robertson, Dan Euless Robertson, Gary Wayne Vernon Robertson, Gwendolyn Arlington Robertson, Michelle Graham Robertson, Sherry Arlington Robinson, Alan Arlington Robinson, DiAnn Dallas Robinson, Jolyn Quitman Robinson, Larry Lee Arlington Robinson, Hilton Cleburne Robinson, John W. Jr. Arlington Robinson, Larry R. Odessa Robinson, Sheila J. Grapevine Robinson, Thomas C. Ft. Worth Robinson, David H. Sherman Robison, Walt Paris Rodgers, F. Lee Dallas Rodgers, Hanneline Ft. Worth Rodgers, Ronnie D. Tripoli, Libya Rodriguez, Daniel Dallas Rodriguez, Fred Cleburne Rodriguez, Henry Seguin Rogers, Connie Abilene Rogers, Forrest K. Arlington Rogers, Harvey N. Wichita Falls Rogers, Karen Sue Ft. Worth Rogers, Kay Lynn Ft. Worth Rogers, Linda Kaye Donna Rogers, Mike Dallas Rogers, Nancy Mineola Rogstad, Paul S. Arlington Rosa, Denise Dallas Rose Constance Ft. Worth Ross, Chas. Dallas Ross, Michael T. Ft. Worth Rourke, Ruth Ft. Worth Rowan, Jerry Wayne Dallas , r ' ff ff s . X S 5 8-"X N. Q.. . Jxfgizx-, A 'Q'- gf.: , Ku ii X fy 45,1 ,K,' 'rf - H .z Rowe, Joe S. Rowley, David Ruff, Richard Michael Runyan, Douglas Rush, Margaret Diane Rushing, Larry Dwayne Rusnah, Sharon Russell, Gene Russell, John Vernon Rutherford, James Rutledge, Larry Dean Ruyle, Brian Rychlik, Regina Rylie, Mike Saari, Brian Sabatucci, Cindy Sabedra, Alfred Sage, John Arlington Dallas Mesquite Arlington Grapevine Dallas Irving Palestine Arlington Dallas Crowley Irving Arlington Three Rivers Ft. Worth Arlington Grand Prairie San Angelo Sailers, Retha Arlington St. Charles, Paul Boston, Mass. Sanborn, Clay Garland Sanders, John A. IV Arlington Sandlin, Dickie Ft. Worth Sandlin, Sandy Ft. Worth I 2 0 .JXU lee igfgf ,f x xy q 5 , f 5' 11 xi A lone coed Ends the new mall better than mud puddles for walking between classes. Saunders, Diana Grand Prairie Savage, James Leslie Jr. Arlington Saxon, Curtis J. II Dallas Scaggs, Clarence Maxwell Irving Scaggs, James Stephen Ft. Worth Scarborough, James A. Arlington Schaffner, Daniel Ft. Worth Scheck, Marilyn Ft. Worth Scheuermann, Michael Carl Dallas Schick, Sharon Ann Houston Schmalzried, Karla Arlington Schneider, Charles Lee Arlington Schroeder, Susan Ft. Worth Schulz, James Schuman, Duane Louis Ft. Worth Schuster, Judy Ann Aliquippa, Pa. Schwind, Marian Breckenridge Scott Horace Jr. Terrell Scott, Joel Dan Mesquite Scott J. Richard Mansheld Scott Lynn Irving Scott, Michael Dallas Scott, Pamela Arlington Scott, Sharon Denison Scruggs, Rene Arlington Scully, Christy Ft. Worth Searcy, Bobby C. Ennis Sechrist, Rhonda Carol Hurst Secord, Charles Dallas Seifert, Arthur F. ,mf ' """ln.. 'VX A95 ff Q , ., 4 v A , xx K J EW W J 4 , f 55.53 x "'- . , X ka ,gs .YV wrt. 1 Y, s-il ,NJ y. A . W' ' v- , . 1 J' f . 'c K- ', ' . in gfnggx M V fi i , ,gy- ms-f f 4 N ,I ,,. Y ., . :5 ii-fx lkbms.-N I . , f .6 1 i,:,,,zj X. 32 w - .1 ll' " i 4 ,' 11 'ii 'H , 'E :z r 1 sv' f, " .. ' 'Q N ,F , QSQ 5 9 . ,fix b 4 E K . V z- K. -QQ .. ' Lf H F, K X Q L w 455 " "" . X 5 fi 5' K C is 2 J-as vi Uomple tea' Mall Eases Trips o Classes ' -s i-f qw- Q- , . 9. J Q ft E. .Ba I1 I '-' ' 1 R Q ,r ,. 4 0 15 gg' 'rv-, ,Q 51.4 -- N N.- Q 'L 'YN vu , vi .- X x ,- sf 'X " 1 ...X " r 5. f' Self, Ronnie Lee Self, Sharon Senior, Alexa Sessom, Eugene Cole Sessorn, George Walen Settle, James R. Setzer, David Sevbold, Sharon Severance, Kenneth J, 3: Sewall, Alice Sewall, Alissa Sewell, Johnny Sexton, John C. Sexton, Judy Karen Sharbot, Charlotte Shamb urger, Ken Shannon, Kathleen Sharkley, Linda S. Sharp, Elaine Beth Shaw, Dan Shaw, Gary Allen Shaw, Joseph Shaw, Mildred Shaw, Patricia Anne Shaw, Steve Shaw, Tex R. Shaivver, E. Paul rx ' l H1 ' ,Qf ,l -.. , X, ,, c , ' ff' ... ,4 ks' X r' .rf . ' I ' I . ' ffgfh' if A ii.-f " ,Z I hr 5' 1 'gk 3, ' 1 Q h . , ' 'li 'ASA m 1 ',. P' . .wb H A Ni I :gf , . Z7 A? if ,- A ,A .KA , 18 A A 1 A F' i i 'ni T5 ' if . ui- XE M' G XV 5 ' P 1 in-"X 177' It 'Ci ,pi fs' i . .j- - W 'Q -an 1 2 Q M' -5 . 'T fx A M , al l -M ' 4 3- H' Q I r Q. .f 1 ' , v 9.8" Xiu. HV" -"N x 7 sl Z Q Shea, John P. Shear, Johnny Sheets, Robert Sheldon, Vickie Shelton, Jack Shelton, Janet Shelton, Johnny Shepard, David Shepard, Wiley David Sheppard, Jeff Sheppard, S. D. Sheppard, Elizabeth Shields, Kathy Shiflet, David Shinn, John Shipman, Thomas V. Shoup, Dan Shula, Judy Shumpert, Debbie Terrell Arlington Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Grapevine Prosper Dallas Ft. Worth Grand Prairie Palestine Arlington Dallas Dallas Irving Dallas Duncanville Irving Plainview Irving Lillian Arlington Irving Ft. Worth Dallas Waco Arlington Jacksboro Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Dallas Irving Arlington Athens Arlington Garland Dallas Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Houston Emory Edom Pa mpa Crockett Ft. Worth Terrett Shumway, Leland Michael Shumway, Pat Shuttlesworth, J. R. Sibley, Cynthia Sides, Karen Siebold, David Simmons, Kathleen Simmons, Larry Tulsa, Okla. Irving Waco Hurst Garland Ft. Worth Arlington Lamesa Y, inals Are A 77me For Fra Wning Simmons, Robert C. Sweetwater Simmons, Russell Dallas Simons, Ronnie Ft. Worth Simpson, George Alan Dallas Simpson, Ken Ft. Worth Sims, Ken Duncanville Sims, Pam Grand Prairie Six, Pam Ft. Worth Skelton, James W. Irving Skidmore, Mike Ft. Worth Skipwith, Susan Ft. Worth Sladek, David Thrall Slater, William C. Grand Prairie Sloan, Donald Ft. Worth Smiddy, Richard E. Arlington Smith Alan R. Arlington Smith Audrey Ft. Worth Smith Bradley K. Dallas Smith, Burnice Jr. Ft. Worth Smith, Charles E. Jr. Yazoo City, Miss. Smith Charles Edwin II Arlington Smith Charles R. Ft. Worth Smith, Dawson Larry Grand Prairie Smith Donna S. Arlington Smith, Ernest Michael Wills Point Smith James Michael Irving Smith, Jeanie M. Ft. Worth Smith, Joe Gary Dallas Smith, Judith Dale Arlington Smith, Karen Lee Grand Prairie Smith Kenny L. Arlington Smith, Linda J. Arlington Smith, Mark W. Keller Small, Marvin B. Ft. Worth Smith, Mary Beth Mansfield Smith, Mary Elizabeth Arlington Smith, Mike S. Ft. Worth Smith Nancy Lorraine Hereford Smith Pat Arlington Smith, Perry Grand Prairie Smith Richard Linn Dallas Smith, Robert David Garland Smith Ronald Arlington Smith Rudy Ft. Worth Smith Sammie M. Grand Prairie Smith Sandra M. Burleson Smith, Steve Arlington Smith Toi Alvarado Smith, V. L. Arlington Smithey, Stanley Garland Smithgall, D. Irving Smithson, Jon David Grand Prairie Smothermon, Gary P. Frisco Snider, Victor Bruce Lindale g 4 N , . 4.1 1-N rv 1' ..- '36- Sv .TV 4 R. nr., v .. 'v 1.21: 4, Q no--vw V. .f mt 1' ' cw . H 51 i at I-. Q an 23 is-Q -..,,, Q-E.-.. A tv M .I , f ,w :.. M S iid K 0 Jim F7 rv - ' .2 K. 4 3 -Q. f 5 cr. W' Q GT, . , I X35- 1 ,fp-x . ii 15 .49 J' I '1 4- 'Lv X., 5 1' . we 9. ,iQ 4-v. K '51-.' ' - of ' 'Q , .. 1 'Q' ' 'ICI f W 1 .. X- R Mfg ,. . as ,xi 62 mf. .S-.1-' 54 i my .,'Q9"l,s . I! X WW X . J 5. A .fr ' s.1'2T.w X As .rm Q Q- we, -JI fa ,,..,.. . 5 x . 5 2 -2 6 'Q eil --.., albsti n ' 'KST' gx Snow, Michael Gene Dalla.s Snowden, Colleen Arlington Snyder, Jeanette Arlington Soladay, Sharon Abilene Solberg, Skip Dallas Solley, Donna Morris Ft. Worth Somers, Bob Dallas Sorenson, Charles P. Arlington Sormrude, Nancy Clifton Soole, Ronald Euless Soward, Anne Arlington Sowden, Christopher R. Ft. Worth Spalding, Jim Arlington Sparger, Anna B. Bedford Sparks, Eddie Cleburne Sparks, Steve Alan Dallas Spence, Wm. Merle Odessa Spencer, Paul Arlington Spencer, Shirley Ft. Worth Spetter, Belinda Arlington Spiegel, Earl Lancaster Spindor, Calvin Ft. Worth Spivey, Janet Ft. Worth Sprenger, John S. Dallas Sprinkle, Philip R. Leonard Spruce, William M. Irving Spurlock, Michael Scott Ft. Worth Sramek, Helen Grand Prairie Stahlman, John Arlington Stahnke, Bill Grand Prairie Stansbury, Sherry Ft. Worth Stanton, Terri Ft. Worth Stark, Karen Three Rivers Stark, Michelle Dallas 'ff Stark, Judy Starkey, Judy Starns, Williams Stead, Rick Steele, Jerri Steele, Sharon Steindorf, Jay Steinecke, Nancy Stephens, Dale Stevens, Deborah Stevens, Karen Stevens, Marc Stevenson, Charles Stewart, Kenneth Stewart, Martha Stewart, Monte Stiles, Robert Stockard, Alan Stoddard, Bonnie Stokely, Charles Stokes, Terri Stone, Gail Stone, Tommy Story, Michael Stout, Richard Stout, Van Stover, Patricia Stowers, Mary Stricker, Rusty Stringer, Shirley Strittrnatter Jenni er , f Strittrnatter, J. W. Strong, Cindy Strong, Milton Strother, John Stroube, Esthel 1. . fi' M , . ,, .ffn,Z-XML., 53 Student Center steps are frequently occupied between classes, especially if the day is sunny Grand Prairie Midland Garland Richardson M ansfield Hurst Dallas Arlington Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Dallas Irving Dallas Longview Bedford Bedford Wheeler Saginaw Arlington Arlington Ft. Worth Dallas Ft. Worth McKinney Arlington Arlington West Ft. Worth Arlington Ft. Worth Houston Ft. Worth Dallas H earne Ft. Worth Dallas rg, 's Pix 5 , fr ,. 4 5 'F f di n "' 4 5535" ,,, 9' x -1 , QA ,,, 42 . .. ea ! sl gf! I ir if I fir . ,Q t -div , M gr HX W W , N. " . x af 9-if , W 'Q 1 . lx' ' '- 4 1, v My f L, . 4 f . XM y, f , 735 ' W SM N .M 'fs Z - if 3 W i A -W V , x g quasi 5 . M. Xi, Z? 'x x Ill! S SK 1 .1 'V 5 Cangrega ting Un Steps Nat Unusual Stroup, Jerry Manitou Springs, Colo. Stuart, Terry Dallas Stubblefield, Larry Arlington Sturdivant, Diane Dallas Sulak, Marvin Hurst Sullivan, James Dallas Summers, James Burleson Sunna, Ghaleb Jordan Supak, Tom Grand Prairie Sustrik, Joe Arlington Sutherland, Debby Cedar Hill Suton, Debbie Irving Sutton, Ellis Oracle, Ariz. Swafford, Bobby Arlington Swain, Michael Hurst Swim, James Ft. Worth Swindle, Evelyn Euless Symonds, Harold Ft. Worth Synatzske, David Buckholts Talamantes, Irma Arlington Tandy, John Ft. Worth Tankersley, Michael Ft. Worth Tanner, Cristy Grand Prairie Tanner, David Euless Tanner, Jimmy Grand Prairie Tapscott, Cynthia Dallas Taraba, Janice Dallas Tarbell, Randall Ft. Worth Tate, Steve Dallas Taulman, James Ft. Worth Taylor, Cynthia Arlington Taylor Dan Ft. Worth Taylor, Dan Dallas Taylor, David Garland Taylor, Don Arlington Taylor, Don W. Jr. Gunter Taylor Freddy G. Grand Prairie Taylor, Nancy Ft. Worth Taylor, Nancy F. Grand Prairie Taylor, Patrick L. Irving Taylor, Ray Ft. Worth Taylor Richard Dallas Taylor, Scott Charles Arlington Taylor, Valerie Ft. Worth Taylor Wayne Irving Teague, Richard Ft. Worth Teague, W. C. Alvarado Terrell, Josephine J. Ft. Worth Terry, Karen Arlington Tetens, Leroy F. Arlington Teter, William A. Dallas Thatcher, Ken Charles Irving Theiss, Raymond Wyckoff, N.J. Thill, Karen S. Dallas s 4 1 1 f Z I E 5 i V 1 I Thomas, Cheryl Ft. Worth Thomas, Connie DGUCIS Thomas, David A. Dallas Thomas, Donna Irving Thomas, D. Kenneth Wills Point Thomas, Gary Paris Thomas, Johnny Ft. Worth Thomas, Larry Lee Dallas Thomas, Michael Glenn Dallas Thompson, Billy Cleburne Thompson, Dewey E. Paris Thompson, Monique Ft. Worth Thompson, Sally Ft. Worth Thompson. Sandra Dallas Thompson, Stanley Corpus Christi Thornhill, Richard H. Dallas Thornton, Tommy Arlington Thorpe, Charlie Dallas Thorwe, Harold Grand Prairie Threatt, Cindi Euless Threlkeld, Stan Arlington Throne, Johnny Ft. Worth Thurman, Carol Hudson Falls, N.Y. Thurman, Sam L. Arlington Tibey, Steve Ft. Worth Tidwell, Bill Arlington Tidwell, Carol Elaine Grand Prairie Tidwell, Russell M. Irving Tiemann, Ronald Dallas Tietz, Norman F., Jr. Plano Tilghman, Glenn R. Jacksboro Tillery, Philipa Dallas Tilson, Patti Ft. Worth Timblin, Sara Elizabeth Arlington Tingle, Bob Ft. Worth Tipton, David Ft. Worth Tipton, Mike Garland Tittle, Ronnie Dallas Tittle, Stephen Dallas Tobin, Ralph W. III Arlington Tobola, Candance Grand Prairie Toldan, Joe C. Dallas Tolletsen, Donna Irving Tomas, Enriqueta P. La Habana, Cuba Tong, Robert J. Dallas Totten, Barbara Ft. Worth Towery, John L. Bryan Townsend, Gloria Ft. Worth Travis, Norman Dallas Trojan, Carolyn Lou Ft. Worth Trout, Leonard Arlington Troxell, Michael D. Arlington Tubb, L. L. Arlington Tucker, Hayden Joshua Uutdaar Study Increasingly A ttractive V. I 1, .ackiii A as Y J .s ,N y' ' 3 R ' AZ pant? ff' f f Tn , s wk.: . ,. is w R 45 x X c X ...3 ?5 ,X v 5 Q. P Ji fr..-if T f YN Mfr ff 956. .E 5 , L e - 4 -M 1 -Q-.. A W . fir-.. al f ik ' a N if 9 I 5 '41 XL 5 .J I ',.n' ljgl. A TI f'iff zQ.T3' Z 5 u It 1 Qfg' iz.: lf 4 5 A ? Q M' 5 ,K KN. 42 if A 5 ...f - 4. , is 3. g , x, ,... . M' A is H sw ,v 2. Q. 7' 3 x 75 f 4 ki 5'-Q '-Zif f' . . 1 N w t 1 l I 1 W W 4 I l m i I - Underwood, Nilta Tullos, Richard Garland Turbyfill, John R. Dalla.s Turner, Charlie Arlington Turner, James Henry Jr. Ft. Worth Turner, Jim Ballinger Turner, Lucky Ferris Turner, Terri Ft. Worth Turns, Elvin B. Mt. Pleasant Turrentine, Freida Dallas Tuttle, Larry Noah Dallas Tivilley, Carl Irving Tyler, Jack L. Arlington 2 94-s-Q. ,.,......- , r ' L.,.v1'W?' ... .Wf M 1 . xl 'Y I if li ':""!.,e. As the mall becomes increasingly more complete students :- iiij, 1? v iv -5. Q. .J Clfea. Upchurch, Alan L. Uribe, Maria Uselton, John P. Uselton, Ronald W. Vaden, Rusty Van Deman, Judy Vanden Eykel, Marcia Vander Wiel, Carole Vandiver, Gay Lynne Vandiver, Larry G. Vann, Lyn Van Winkle, Patsy Vasek, R. B., Jr. Vaughan, Tommy Vaughn, Jerry W. Vaughn, Patti Vavrin, Jeannette A. Arlington Killeen Irving N ocona Arlington Grand Prairie Cayuga Grapevine Dallas Arlington Frost Hurst Alvarado Arlington Bonham K opperl Ft. Worth Joshua Library Ins tal s IBM Check-out System Vavrin, Rosemary A. Joshua Venable, Cecilia Ann Frisco Venable, James Irving Venable, Lewis H. Ft. Worth Vermillion, Stephen Ray Arlington Vibrock, Evelyn Hope Garland Vicain, James L. Duncanville Vickers, Sandra Arlington Villalobos, Cruz Abilene Villarreal, Joe Orange Grove Villasana, Linda Richardson Vinall, Donna Ft. Worth Ventura, Vince Dallas Vinsant, Shari Ft. Worth Vinson, Chris Ft. Worth Vogt, Janis Ft. Worth Von Bose, David Arlington Von Bose, Victoria Arlington Von Gonten, Montgomery Charleston, S.C. Vredenburg, Steven Lee Arlington Wacha, Fred E., Jr. Palestine Wade, David H. Dallas Wade, Richard Daniel Merkel Wade, Robert Don Dallas Waggoner, John B. Arlington Wakefield, John W. Dallas Walden, Kirk D. Ft. Worth Walker, Barbara G. Ft. Worth Walker, Bill Dallas Walker, Grady D. Ft. Worth Walker, Jo Janet Ft. Worth Walker, Sharon Mesquite Walker, Susan-Gail Arlington Wallace, Cathy Lynne Irving Wallace, Floyd B. Grapevine Wallace, Max H. Saginaw Waller, Charles Hurst Waller, Gary D. Dallas Waller, S. L., Jr. Amarillo Waller, William E. Duncanville Walling, Norman D. Linz, Austria Walsh, Patricia S. Grand Prairie Walsh, Mary Arlington Walter, Carole Ft. Worth Walter, Mary Waco Walters, Lloyd Wayne Breckenridge Walther, Bill H. Ft. Worth Walton, Gene Ft. Worth Walton, Mallard R. Houston Wampler, John Arlington Wang, Tse-Wei Irving Ward, Andrew C. Richardson Ward, Barbara A. Ft. Worth Ward, Donna J. Arlington , xr 5 X Y? 1 X , ,- ,- 'f..y 4-.. :g..- xif. -. X., - wx 'if': f, MMS. r .Q x,'..'N 4' RA .9 'v-' ,T 2 O. 4,-, .r - ,. , L lf ' - A 4 . " ' Jag T5-fi Q P fs Q , w . . 41 .Xwf !f ff sf 41 f ff! -rw-V+' - .i 1 1 - -1, ,M , fy A R 9 'F r -Qi v ' I f 'W by 'Tvs v- 4 I Q A Q ra , , , L -A r - .5 -. 'Q s Qi, A V5 K . X pry, f,,,, u I W W' :X f 1 ff W if L Vi, 3' V- ls' ., . til. K 0 ' S j R 'X f , , V".'ffip.w .vt gl? ' g, A sg f if We . ff , f ,xwftqgif ' , X f 1 . 55 5 - 1 xi Q L ' ffm N ffm: i . A ' v 77 ,l ., :P . if.. -SEA ji 4 ,,..,-. ' A Lum f .T . 1,1 'wi 6 . 'j:'b us. ,. Q' , ' , X' X' ' 5. f' :- ,Z ' Q K . tif R Rv , , .sql 4' R is 1- ' 4- Cac... mu , er at 4 Q, - 4 al -' sa Q. 13. ' -vs 5. Yr K . ,, .IKJMQ7 .1 fc? at .4 ',.f a- 6 , 2' .1 I 0 Ward, Geneva la. yvyx Ward, Patricia Jane X-' -vw- f-. 1 if 5 ' .sw v ak , Warila, Dale ns -.. :- Warkentin, John B. Warner, Michael Hamlin Arlington Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Arlington X . v 1 .png - I .1 it n sf 'I I f,. , 'ir"N.'x nh . 1 NN 0 x Il' Mrs. Norweita Graham, library assistant, shows off. the new computer check-out system as Rudy Moralez and Linda Pope look on. ,fx Warren, Bob D. Seagoville Warren, Clemmie Ft. Worth Warren David Ft. Worth Warren, Jack Ft. Worth Warren, Mary Abilene Washington, Reginald Ft. Worth Waters, John F., Jr. Dallas Waters, M ichiael D. Garland Watkins, John D. Irving Watkins, Stephen Grand Prairie Watson Albert L. Mineral Wells Watson, Frances M . Amarillo Watson, James Ft. Worth Watson, Tracy Frisco Watson, Vicky Irving Watson W. Raymond Dallas Watters, Joyce Arlington Weatherall, Pam Irving Weatherhead, Harriet Weatherford Webb, James Richardson Webb, John C. Dallas Webb, Kathy Arlington Webb, Larry Wayne Bowie Webb, Spencer E. Arlington Arlington Webb, Thomas K. Weber, Helen Webster, Dave Weeks, Glenn E. Wehman, Richard Weik, Russel Weise, Durwin Lee Weiss, Carol Weiss, Floyd R. Welborne, Ellen Welch, Charles V. Welch, James D., Jr. Welch, Jordan Ft. Worth Richardson Dallas Dallas Arlington Ft. Worth Irving McGregor San Antonio Grand Prairie Arlington Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Weldon, J. Phillip Arlington Wells, Charles W. Amarillo Wenzel, Edward Hamilton Wentz, Bruce D. Ft. Worth West, Cynthia C. Atlanta West, Dicky Walter Breckenridge West, Louis C. Dallas West, Mary Anne Arlington West, Robert A. Brownwood West, Wes Abilene Westbrook, Lee Ft. Worth Westbrook, Linda Jo Waxahachie Westbrooks, Donald J. Waco Westfall, Gary Arlington Westmoreland, James Larry Ft. Worth Wharton, Michael L. Ft. Worth Whiddon, Mac Dallas Whisenant, Martha A. Burleson White, Amos Craig Clifton White, Bill W. Bridgeport White, Lawrence V. Azle White, Mark W. Dallas White, Patrick Grand Prairie White, Richard J. Cleburne Whiteside, Alvin W. Waco Whiteside, Betty L. Hurst Whiteside, Steve Dallas Whittaker, Roger DeSoto Whittenberg, Alice Arlington Wible, Donald B. Philadelphia, Pa. Widener, Karen San Antonio Widman, Ralph Wier, John P. Wiggins, Paul Wiley, Robert Wilkerson, Martha Ann Wilkes, Steven Hayes Wilkins, Leslie Wilkinson, Dona Willey, Stephen D. Williams, Billy R. Ft. Worth Maypearl Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Dallas Waxahachie Dallas Richardson Saginaw Williams Carley D. Ft. Worth Williams Gary L. Dallas Williams Jacklyn K. Ilurst Williams Johnny Arlington Williams Karl Memphis, Tenn. Williams Kathleen D. Whittier, Calif. Williams Linda Grand Prairie Williams, Mary Eugenia Irving Williams, Nancy Dallas Williams Patrick N. Arlington Williams Roger Breckenridge Williams Royce W. Ft. Worth Williams, Stanley Garland Williams Suzanne Arlington Williams, Tommy Arlington Williams Vickie Ft. Worth Williams, Woodrow Ft. Worth Williamson, Jimmy W. Terrell Williamson, Richard Garland Williford, Tony Hillsboro Willis, James M. Tyler Willis, Lou McKinney Willmington, Susan Ft. Worth Wilmoth, Tracy W. Ft. Worth Wilson Beverley Irving Wilson, Carolyn Dallas Wilson David K. Arlington Wilson Dexter L. Dallas Wilson Don L. Cross Plains Wilson James Lyle Jacksboro Wilson Leon M. Ft. Worth Wilson Lewis Ft. Worth Wilson, Mark A. Dallas Wilson, Michael L. Ft. Worth Wilson Paula Kay Ft. Worth Wilson, Ralph T. Arlington Wilson, Richard Arlington Wilson Robert Clifton Ft. Worth Wilson Robert E. Dallas Wilson, Rodney Dallas Winchester, Calvin W. Dalia: Winegar, Libby Arlington Winfred, English Arlington Wingrove ,Richard Plainview Winter, Dick Euless Winters, Rick Tulsa, Okla. Winton, James M. Ft. Worth Wirtz, Robert Ft. Worth Wise, Larry N. Duncanville Wiseman, Lynn Ft. Worth Wiseman, Mark Ft. Worth Witherspoon, John Rotan Withrow, Beth Arlington Wintrow, Shelby M. Grand Prairie Wolfgang, Torn E. Wollenman, J. David Womack, Bob Womack, James J. Womack, John. Womack, Tamra Wood, Becky Wood, Brian Wood, Cris Wood, Eliot Wood, Jane Wood, Randall Wittmayer, John Steven Ft. Worth Woehst, Michael Mesquite Wolf, Bryant, JF. Dallag Wolfenberger, Virginia Ann Arlington Ft. Worth i Ft. Worth A 2 Ft. Worth M 1 .,.i, Arlington 1 .1 D A N, , Arlington i "',. 1 t ' 'S Duncanville .V McKinney I A-Q, Waco f - Dallas N, , 'si s 11 , Ft. Worth 'Q W f ' ' 5 V Arlington 'MJ X , 'fllA',fl, Dallas V ffl A Q Students wade to class after a heavy fall rain. -3 1. .Ngdk WW! WJ! ,gm 5 was Q is ' Q ' , Q 'T . si .- 42'-H 7' I 'V ,fi Q . .f sm w'-Jw - -,. . if ' as--' Heavy Rains Create Campus Streams '50, N t , i I It f ri? 1 S In . .vat Ax' fjfr if ' v T" x 1" Q, . 15:3 .6 lp ' , 172 W. ,. aiu r nf.: r , X 1 '7" ' - r ' A A i . '-iitilffejlll? 5 4915 an- 'Du . 4 A 74,5 -r ' qu. f . , a .., .. ,. ,def s.f,'b.,n'if .. QW' ,bn Wood, Ronald Dallas Woodall, Stacy Farmers Brunch Woodard, Gene Ft. VVorth Woodall, Kathy Ft. Worth Woodring, Nancy Ft. Worth Woods, Paul W. Ft. Worth Woods, Robert Greenville Woolbright, Barbara Arlington Wooldridge, Tom L., Jr. Dallas Woolsey, Michael L. Ft. Worth Worley, Teresa Garland Worsham, Joy Dallas Wortham, Gary Dallas Wozniak, Sandra Dallas Worden, Billy Joe Dallas Worden, Lynn Ft. Worth Worth, Joanna Tulsa, Okla. Wossum, Gene Paul Weatherford Wren, Susan Portland Wright Debbie Ft. Worth Wright Elizabeth San Antonio Wright Gay Amarillo Wright Gene Arlington Wright Harlan Arlington Wright, James Duncanville Wright John Garland Wright, Michael T. Ft. Worth Wright, Robyn Arlington Wright Russ Irving Wright Stephen A. Portland Yancey, Diane Graham Yarbrough, Gilbert Arlington Yates, Richard E. Dallas Yawn, Sally Ann Arlington Yen, Eugene Dallas Yoes, Darlene Mineral Wells York, Kevin F. Dallas York, Walter Leslie Cleburne Young, Charlotte Arlington Young, Mark A. Longview Young, Mary Lou Arlington Young, Paula Wichita Falls Young, Tommy Graham Zabbia, Carlo J. Ennis Zahirpovr, Manovchehr Tehran, Iran Zelt, Cheryl Ft Zemenick, Richard Zemenick, Robert Zettler, Pamela Kay Ziehe, David C. Ziehe, Susan M. Zimmerman, Glenda Z orger, Noel R. Zuber, Kaye . Worth Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Ft. Worth Arlington Irving Amarillo 7 5 , ln Memoriam MRS. JAMES R. BISBEE WILLIAM W. CALLAHAN, JR MRS. H. A. D. DUNSWORTH KEN E. KANTO ROBERT GEORGE KIRBY KEITH TOMPKINS .......322 A Abbe, Bob ...... Abbott, Larry .... Abdulla, Jerilyn ... . . .320 . . .320 . . .320 Abernathy, Clifton ...,., 295 Able, Larry ......... 70,320 Abraham, Ginda .... 129,320 Abt, James ..,......... 295 Armstrong, Elaine Bowman Abt, Kathy ............ 320 A CAPELLA CHOIR ,... 154 Acker, Charles .... . . .320 Acker, Rodney . .. ....66 Acuff, Elene . . . .... .320 Adair, Larry ... . . . .68 Adams, Arthur . .. .. .320 Adams, Cynthia . . . Arrington, Donald . . .....320 Adams, Dr. Duane ...... 267 Adams, Mark .......... 320 Adams, Vicki .......... 320 Adamson, Robert . . . 295,125 Addison, Ronald . . , 111,295 Adkins, James 92,1 13,120,295 Adkins, Janis .......... 320 Adkins, Weldon ........ 320 Advis, Janice .... ...121 Afsahi, Frousan ........ 295 Agnew, Carol .......... 320 Agnew, Christian ....... 320 Ahangarzadah, Jamaleddin320 Ahanqarzadah, Marsour . .320 Ahearne, Joe .......... 295 Ahens, Anita ....... 58,320 Ahmad, Akeil .... Akey, Pamela . . .....320 .....320 Akin, Gerald . ....... 86,320 Albertson, Ron.. . Albin, Richard ......82 ......94,320 Albright. Steve ......... 295 Alderdice. Marc ........ 320 Aldredge, A. B .......... 320 Alejandro, Leonel . . . 123,295 Alexander, Bunny . . . 66,320 Alexander, Jack .... Alexander, Alexander, Alexander, Alford, Beatrice .... Alford 111,295 Lecil ........ 320 Murray ...... 320 Kay . .85,160,320 124,320 , Dr. Mary ....... 283 Alford, Robert ..... Ali, Hashim ........... 295 Alldredge, Stephen ...... 320 Allen, Anita ...... Allen, Armon .... Allen, Brenda .... Allen, Gilbert .... . 94,295 . . .320 . . .321 . . .321 . . .295 Allen, Gloria ........... 321 Allen, Marcia ....... 93,321 Allen, Patricia .... 92,123,321 Allen, Ronald ...,...... 321 Allen, Samuel .... . . .321 Allen, Thomas . . . ...295 Alley, Robert .......... 295 Alorn, Lela ............ 295 ALPHA CHI OMEGA . . 54-55 ALPHA SIGMA CHI .. 74-75 Alsup, Fred ........... 321 Altman. Jan ........... 321 Aman, Curtiss .,.... Amend, James ......... 321 Ames, Carolyn . . . .... .321 Ames, Raymond ........ 321 Ammons, Jan ....... 56,321 'Amsler, Dr. Robert ...... 267 Amyx, 113,321 Richard ......... 321 Anderson, Causen ....... 321 Anderson, Eric ...... 72,321 Anderson, Jacqueline Anderson, John D, ...... 321 Anderson, John R. ...... 321 Anderson, Karen . . Anderson, Leyden . Anderson, Linda . . . Anderson, Marie . . . Anderson, Monty . . Anderson, Patricia . Anderson, Penelope Anderson, Roger . . ....321 ....321 .....322 ....322 .....322 . . 70,295 . . 60,322 .....322 .....322 Anderson, Roy ...... 74,322 Andrews, James . .......322 Andrews, Patricia 80,121,295 Andron, Thomas Anglin, Fred .... Ansley, James. .. Anstett, John . . . Anthis, Jo Kathie Anthony, Arlon . Appelbee, Ronnie Arasheben, lraj . . Arfamn, Pamela . Armour, Ricky .. Armstrong, Andrew .......295 ....85,322 ....295 ....322 .......322 .......395 ....76,322 ....,..322 .. .... 295 .....267 Armstrong, C. Daniel .... 295 Armstrong, Donald ...... 322 ......322 Barger, Barker, Barker, Barker, INDEX Mike ........... 323 Dr. Calvin ....... 267 Gerry .......... 323 Vicki . 56,88,226,323 David .......... 323 Barkin, Barkley, Hector ........ 323 Barksdale, Arlen . .80,113,295 Barksdale, Gary ........ 323 Barksdale, Maruice ...... 323 Barnes, Billye ...... Barnes, Bruce . . . Barnes, Ricky . . . Barnes, Steve .... Barnett, Bobbye Barnett, John .... Barnett, Mike ... .. Armstrong, Jack . . . Arnold, Jim ...... Arnold, Michael .... Arostegui, Jonathan . ....322 ....322 ....322 . 76,322 Arredondo, Jose . 91,125,295 ....295 Barnett, Owen . . Barnett ........ Barnhill, Charles . Barone, Thomas . Barron, Ted ..., Awvine, Martha . Asa, Donna ..... Asa, Mary ..... Asbell, Robert . . Ashe, Greg ..... Ashlock,Wayne . Ashmore, Linda . Ashmore, Tommy Askew, Michael . Askew, Steven . . Aston, Royce .. . Atchison, Harvey Atkerson, Marti . Atkins, Deborah . Atkins, Donald . . Atkins, Jim ..... Atkins, Linda .. . . . .... 322 ....322 ....322 ....322 ....322 .. .... 322 .......322 ......322 . . .... 322 ....322 .......322 ....68,322 ...,60,322 .......322 .......322 ....82,322 .....51,56 Barry, Pete ..... Bartelli, Sandi... .. Barton, Alvin ... .. Barton, Craig . . . Barton, Darryl . Barton, Jeff . . . Barton, Susan . . . Bass, Lynda ....... Bassham, Lanny Bates. Connie . . Bates, Kenneth Bates, Richard Baucon, Walter ..... Bauer, Ralph .. . .. . 62,323 . . . .323 . . . .323 . . . .323 . . . .323 . . . .295 . 74,295 . . . .323 . . . .60 .. . .323 . . . .295 .. . .323 .. . .323 . . . .323 .88,296 . . . .323 .. . .296 . 70,323 . . . .323 . . . .323 .. . .136 . 62,323 . 82,323 . . . .296 . 86,323 . 86,323 ....296 Baur, Uli .......... Bautovich, John Baxter, Leslie .... 66,209,323 Baylor, Mike .... 70,169,170, Atkins, Richard .... Atkinson, Rick ..... Augustine, Eugene . . Aune, Don ........ Austin, Jacque .... Austin, Robin... Aves, Susan . . . AVOLONTE -..--- B Baack, Nancy , .... . 224,322 . . . .322 123,295 . . . .322 . . . .322 . . . .295 . . . .322 . . . .322 . . 64-65 . . . .322 Babers, Clarence . . .48,49,295 Backoff, Becky ..... Backus, Fred ... Bacsik, Joseph . . . Badger, Harold ..... Baggett, Richard .... Bahrami, Mohammad Bailey, Dennis ..... "Bailey, Dr. Duryl ... Bailey, Kathleen .... Bain, Ronald Keith . . . . . . .66 .. . .322 .. . .295 127,322 . . . .295 . . . .322 . . . .322 . . . .267 .. . .322 . 72,322 Baird, Jo Dora ...58,121,295 Baird, Bill .......... 94,322 'Baker, Dr. Calvin ....... 267 Baker, George ....... 92,295 Baker, Gerald ....... 70,295 Baker, Jenny .... 60,85,136, 163,232,295 Baker. Kennv ...... Baker, Melva .... Baker, Octive . . . Baker, Pat ..... Baker, Powell . . . Balaban ....... . Baldridge, Ralph .... Bales, Johnny . . . Ball, Sally ........ Ballard, Dan Paul . . . Ballard, Gary Duane . Ballard, Stephen .... Balvin, Barbara ...,. .. . .322 . . . .267 . . . .322 . . . .322 . . . .293 . . . .293 . 82.295 .. . .322 . . . .322 . . . .323 . . . .323 . . . .323 . 60,323 Banks, David .... 85,162,323 Banks, Johnny ..... Banks, Laura ...... Barber, Jack . . . . . . Barber, Pat .... . ....323 ....295 . 70,295 . . . .323 . . . .323 174,220 Beach, Candy ...... 229,323 Beaird, Donna . . .66,228,323 Beal, Lynn ........ Beall, Barry .. ... Beam, Larry .... Bean, Becky .... Bean, Robert . . . Bean, Robert . . . Beard, Doug .... Bearden, Burley . Beasley, Dayton . Beaty, Mary Ann . . . Beaudin, James ..... Beaudry, H. R. . .. Beaupre, Thomas . . . Becan, Robert . . . Beck, David .... Beckel, Billy ..... Beckham, Randy Beckhart, Sharon ....323 ....323 ....296 ....324 ....296 ....324 ....154 ....169 ....296 . 49,111 112,324 ....324 ....267 ....324 ....324 ....324 ....324 ....324 ....296 Bedunal, John ..... 121,296 Beecham, Kathy ........ 324 Beeler, Dwayne . . .... 296 Beeman, Anne ...... 80,296 Beeman, Karen . .. . . . .324 Beeman, W. E. ......... 267 Beggs, Jim .,....... 66,296 Behnke, Susan . . .60,135,296 Beil, Moonyean ..... 60,296 Beissner, Mike . .115,112,324 Beitelspacher, Phillip Bell, Bruce ..... Bell, Donald .... Bell, Jackie ..... Bell, Larry Lee . . Bell, Larry Weldon Bell, Weldon Wesley . Bellomy, George . Belzung, Dan ...... Benham, Ann ..... Bennett, Connie . . . Bennett, James ..... Bennett, Joe . . . . Bennett, John .... Bennett, Reid . . . Bennett, Terry . . . . . Bennett, Stephen ....324 ....320 ....324 , . . .324 ....324 ... .324 ....324 . 74,324 . . . .324 . 267,272 . 230,324 . 76,296 ... .324 . . . .324 ....324 . 80,324 . . . .324 an as Benson, George . . . Benson, John ..... Bentley, Beverly . . . Bentley, Davey .... Benton, Dan .... Benton, Bill ... Benton, Karen . . Benton, Victor .... Berger, Franklin . . . Bergeron, Joseph . . Berkline, Jake.. . Berrett, Jackie . . Berry, Philip... Berryhill, E. P. . . .. Bessire, Daurice . . . Betts, Nora ....... ....324 ....324 ....324 ....324 ....324 .....70 .....324 .126,296 .....324 ..88,324 ....296 ....324 ,.,.172 ....172 .....324 .....324 Bezner, John . . 123,125,296 Bibb, Brian ....... Bibb, Gene ....... Biehighauser, Mark . Biggerstaff, Jim . . . Bilger, Kenneth . . . Bingaman,Judy . .. Bingham, Trisha . . . Birchfield, Jimmy . . Bird, David ....... Bird, Jerry ....... Bird, Roger .... Bird, Terry ....... Bisbee, James R .... Bishop, Charles .... Bishop, Nanci .... Bishop,W. Lynne . . Bitgood, James .... Bixler, Joan ... Black, Brenda ..... . . 66,324 . . 66,296 ......82 .....324 ....324 ....324 ....324 .....296 .....324 ..86,324 .....324 ....325 ....267 .....325 . . . 62,325 . . 56,296 .....325 ....325 .....325 Black, Elmer ........... 325 Black, Jon Charles 66,125,296 Black, Mary Jeanne . . 56,325 Black, Nita Lee .... Blackburn, Caroline Blackburn, Rex ... Blackburn, Robert Blackerby, D. W. .. .....325 .....293 .....325 .....325 .....296 Blackerby, Ted .... 86,87,325 Blackstock, Melvin ...... 325 Blackwell,Dale .,....... 293 Blackweell, Linda ....... 325 Blair, Dr. Leon ..... 267,287 Blakney, Carol ......... 325 Blakney, Paul S. .... 157,267 Blanchard, Michael Blanche, Richard . . Blankenship, William Blanton, Bill ...... Blazek, Joe ....... Bleua, Dinah ...... Bledsoe, Kenneth . . Block,WiIliam . . Bloom, Jackie . . . Bloomfield, Lee . . . Boatright, Jo ..... Bobbit, Rosanne . . . Bodiford, Jamie . . . Bodiford, Pam .... Boettcher, Bruce . . Bogue, Larry ..... Bold, Charles ..... Bolen, Dave ...... Boles, Ervin ...... Bollman, Barbara . . Bolton, Carol ..... Bomar, Kathi . . . 'Bonar, Eunice... Bond, Laura . . . Bone, Judy .... . . Bonner, James . . . . Bonnette, Lynn . . . Bommer, Bill . .. "Boon, John D. . Boone, Daniel ..... Boorman, Tom .... Booth, Ronald .... Booth. William .... . . . . .325 .....325 .66,325 .. . . .325 . . . . .325 . 121,325 ... . .325 .. . .325 .. . .296 . . . . .325 . 150,267 . . 56,296 . . 55,325 ......51 .....325 ,.84,296 .....112 ..82,325 .....325 .....325 ....325 ...60 ....267 .....325 .228,325 ....325 ....325 ....325 .....267 .....296 62,76,325 . . 96,296 . . 82,325 Borne, Emile Arthur ..... 296 Borne, Lawrence ....... 325 Bosh, Dorcus .. . Bossin, Gary . . . ....296 ....325 'Bost, Edward . . . Boucher, J. Mark ....267 ......325 Bouchillon, Lonnie .... . .325 Boudston, Sonnie Bouldin, Jim .... Boult, Marilyn . . Bowdry, Carole . Bowen, Donald . . Bowen,W, N. ... Bowerman, James Bowers, Steven . . Bowles, Mitchell . Bowman, David . Bowman, Gilbert Bowman,James . Larr Box, Michael . Boyce, Cheryl . . . Boyd, Alan ... Boyd, Charles . . . Boyd, Phillip ... Boydston, Sammy Boyes, Verba . . . Boynton, Bud . . . ......296 ......296 . . .51 ,55,60 ....:..293 .......325 ..88,95,296 .......296 ....74,296 .......296 . .... 325 .......325 . .... 325 . . . . 74,325 .. . .325 . . . .325 . . . .326 . .... 326 .......326 .......88 ...121,296 .......323 Bradford, Carolyn. ...... 326 Bradford, Cary . . . . . . .326 Bradford, Lane .......... 82 Bradford, Lawrence ..... 296 Bradford, Patricia ....... 326 Bradford,Scott .. ..... 70 Bradford, W. L. ........ 326 Bradley, Earl ....... 82,326 Bradley, Layne . . .68,161,326 Bradley, Marion Leslie . . .296 Brady, Ernest .......... 296 Brady, Ernest .......... 296 Bragg, J. Raymond ...... 326 Braley, Don ........... 326 Braley, W. F. ..... .... 3 26 Bramlett, Carolyn .....,. 326 Bramlett, Jerry ......... 297 Bramlett, Kenneth . . . 91,297 Brammer, Gary ......... 326 Brandon, Frank ... . . . .326 Brandon, Robert ....... 326 Branes, Linda ..... .... 3 26 Brannon, Terry .... .... 3 26 Branscum, Daniel . Brant, Janie ..... Brassell, Billy . . . Braswell, Betta .. . Braswell, James . . Braswell, Linda . . . Braswell, Michael . Bratcher, Bobbye . Breeding, John . . . Breedlove. Mike . . . . . . . .326 . .... 326 . . . .297 . .... 326 ......326 . . . 95,326 . . . 85,297 ......296 . .... 326 ......297 Breithaupt, William ..... 326 Brewer, Cecil ....... 72,326 Brewer, David . . . 'Brewer, G. W. . .. .....326 ....267 Brewer, Terry .......... 326 Brewster, Bettye .... 155,326 Brewster, Richard ....... 326 Brewton, Stephen ....... 326 Bridge, Debbie ...... 56,326 Briggs, Jan ..... .....326 Brinson, Jeannie ..... 66,326 Brister, Don ........... 326 Brittain, Jennifer . .48,84,297 Britton, Carl ........ 82,326 Brock, Jeannie ......... 326 Brronstad, Bette ..... 80,297 Brooks, David . . . .....326 Brooks, Jerry ....... 96,297 Brooks, Ron ........ 82,326 Broome, Virginia .......297 Brotcke, Paul ....... 88,326 Browder, James ........ 326 Brown, Becky . . . Brown, Bobby .... Brown, Carey .... Brown, Cheryl . . . Brown, Charles .... Brown, Clinton .... .66,82,326 Brown, David ..... Brown, Dennis .... Brown, Dale ..... .. . . .326 ..74,297 . . . . .297 ...326 .. . . .326 . . . . .297 ......82 .144,297 Correll, Venice ......... 332 Capote, Angela ...... 66,329 Chittangwong. Sanit Brown, Donald .... Brown, Florence . . . Brown, Gary ..... Brown, Greg ...... Brown, Harold . . . Brown, Howard . . Brown, Hugh ..... Brown, James ..... Brown, Kethy ..... Brown, Linda .,... Brown, Matthew. . . Brown, Robert .... Brown, Roger .... Brown, Stephen . . Brown, Susan . . . Brown, Tom .... Brown,W. D. ... Browne, H. E ..... Brownfield, R. L. .. Browning, Bovie . . . Browning, Stanley . Broxson, Larry .... Broyles, Richard . . . Bruce, Robyn ..... Brumhall, Jan ..... Brumhall, John .... Brummitt, Owen . . Bruner, Judith . . . Bryna, Rodney ... Bryant, J. D ..... Bryant, Mary . . . . Braynt, Miles . . . . Bryant, Ronald . . . Bryant, Sarah ..... Bryant, William . . . Bryce, Mike ...... Brylinski, Betty Ann Buchanan, Mike . . . Buck, Jack ....... Buck, Michael .... Buckner, Bruce .... Buckner, Rebecca . . Budgen, Mark ..... .....326 .....326 ....326 ..74,326 ....326 .326 .....326 . . 88,326 . . 80,121 . . . . .327 . 123,327 . . 68,327 ....327 ....327 ....327 .....70 ....327 ....327 .....327 . . 70,327 .....327 .....327 .....327 .....327 . . 92,327 . . . . .127 .118,297 . . . .297 ....327 ....267 .....327 ..68,327 ....327 ..66,327 .....327 .. . . .327 ....327 . . . . .327 .....327 ....327 . .... 82 .....327 . . . . .293 Bullock, Michael ..... 91,123, 125,298 Bunt, John ..... . . . 80,327 Burch, Mike ..... ....327 Burda, Raymond ....... 327 Burden, Gene .... ....327 Burden, Thomas ........ 327 Burkart, David ... ....328 Burkett, Charles ......... 88 Burkett, Jimmy . . Burkett, Randy ....327 ........328 Burkholder, Daniel . . 149,267 Burleson, Don ......... 328 Burman, Dr. Harold Burnett, James . . . Burns, Danny . . . Burns, D.W ...... .....267 ....328 ....328 ....328 Burroughs, Jack ..... 74,2 78 Bursey, Kay ..... Burt, Don ....... . . . .328 . . . .328 Burton, Madeline ....... 328 Burton, William ........ 298 Burum, Dodd ...... 116,328 Burt, Brice . . . Busby, Alan . . . 'Busch, Carolyn . . . .....328 .....328 ...,.267 Bush, Bobby .... . . . 66,328 Bush, Charles . . . ..... .328 Bush, Linda ........ 66,328 Butler, Bertha .......... 328 Callas, George .......... 329 Callaway, Brenda . . . . 60,298 Callaway, Gwen . .. . . . .329 Callaway, June .... .... 3 29 Callaway. Ronnie ....... 176 "Callicutt, James . .. . . . .267 Cameron, Eddie ........ 329 ' Cameron , Margaret ......267 Camp, Cassandra ....... 329 Camp, Sharon ...,... 60,298 Campbell, Cindy . . 66,329 Campbell, David . . , . . . .298 Campbell, James. . . . . . .329 Campbell, Wesley ....... 329 if Cantrell, Kenneth . . . 114,298 'Cantvvell, Dr. Donald W. . .268 Capers, Dan ..... 80,121,298 Chandler, Shirley . .48,84,298 Chapman, Donna .......33O Chapman, Jerry ..... 87,298 Chapman, Joe .......... 330 Chapman, Stephen . .111,298 Chaves, Barbara ...,.... 330 Chavoya, Arthur ..... 76,330 Cheatham, June ..... 56,330 Cheek, Cathy ....... 66,330 Chegu, Dayananel . Chen, Dr. Mo4Shing 'Cheney, M. G. ... Chenowth, Suzanne ......293 ....282 ......268 . 118,298 Cherry, Susan ..... 49,58,330 Cheshier, Pat .......... 330 Cheshier, Robert ....... 330 Chesney, Jan .......... 330 Chesnut, Mrs. Robert .... 268 'Clegg, Curtis ..... ...268 Cleland, Rodney ........ 331 Clem, Brian ........ 68,331 'CIemons, Dr. Russell Cleveland, Bruce. . . . . . . 119, 268,288 ,94,331 Click, Damon .......... 331 Climer, W. Roy ..... . 94,299 Clopton, John .......,. 299 Cloughly, Pat 66,139,130,299 Clouse, Cynthia ....,... 331 Coats, Stephen . . . Cobb, Larry . . . Cobb, Gary ...... Coburn, Jeannett . . ...331 ...299 ...331 ...331 Cochran, Dennis ........ 299 Cochran, Leonard .... 76,331 'Capote, Maria .......... 268 Caraway, Jeanine .......329 Caraway, Ralph ..... 72,329 Cargill, David . . . .....298 Carlisle, Penny ..... 120,293 "Carlson, Maurice .... 117,268 Carlson, Richard .... 127,329 Carlton, Douglas ........ 329 Carnes, Mary . . Carnett, Gary . . . ....329 ....329 "Carney, Marna K. . . .... 284 Carpenter, Charles ......329 Carr, Johnnie ..... .... 3 29 Carr, Ray ...... Carr, Wilma .... ....329 ....329 Carrington, Pat .... .... 3 29 Carroll, Andy . . . . . . .329 Carroll, Georgia . . . . . . .329 Carroll, Jimmy . . Carroll, John . . . ....329 .....329 Carroll, Linda .......... 330 Carson, Dianne ...... 80,298 Carson, Keith ..... .... 3 30 Carter, Cynthia .... .... 3 30 Carter, Eugenia .... .... 3 30 Carter, Jerry . . . Carter, Kelly .... . . . .330 . .... 330 Carter, Mark ........ 66,330 Carter, William A ........ 330 Carter, William .... .... 3 30 Casburn, Bruce .... .... 3 30 Casey, Diane. . . Cash, Cecil .... Cash, Durward . . "Cash, Dr. F. L. .. Cash, Nicki .... Cashion, John .... . . . .330 . . . .330 . . . .298 . . . .282 . . .330 .. .330 Casper, James .......... 330 Casper, John . . . Casada, Kay . . .. . . 68,1530 .....330 Cassell, Harry ..... .... 2 98 Casstevens, Gene . . .... 330 Casteel, Edward . . . . . . .330 Caster, R. W. .......... 330 Castleberry, Mary ....... 298 Coffin, Vickv ..... Chessmore, Gerlad ...... 330 Chessmore, Helen ....... 299 Childress, Pat .......... 293 .....299 Coffman, Anne .... .....332 .....332 'Cogdell, Dr. Thomas ..... 289 'Coke, Robert ..... 'CIark, Dayle .... Choate, Janetta ..... 48,299 Choate, Vonnetta ....... 330 Christal, Kathy62,145,223,330 Christal, Mike ....... 76,299 Christian, Scott ........ 330 Christiansen, Walter . 117,330 Christiansen, Walter . 117,330 Christie, Marty ...... 76,331 Christopher, Ronald ..... 331 Chu, Shirley ........... 268 Chubb, Lonnie ..... 129,331 Chudej, Kenneth ....... 331 Chunn, Lonnie ...... 96,299 Chunn, Wayman ..... 85,299 Cichon, Richard ........ 331 Clark, Brenda .... Clark, Charlotte Clark, Cynthia ......... 331 Clark, David .... . . . 70,331 ....331 ........331 ....268 Colbert, Philip .... Coldwell, Gene .... Coleman, Cathy . . . Coleman, Michael . . Coles, George ..... Colgin, Johnny .... Colley, Mae Louan Colley, Royce ..... Collie, Thamas . . Collier, George .... Collins, Behtany . . . Collins, Clifford . . . Colwick, Larry . . Compton, Joe. . . Condon, Donna .. . Congleton, John . . . Conine, Howard ... Connatser, Betty . . Connatser, Cora . . . Connatser, Rebecca .....268 .....299 115,299 .....332 .....332 ....332 ....332 .....332 ....332 ....332 ....332 .,..332 ..,.332 ....299 ....299 ....299 ....332 ....332 ....299 .....332 .....299 Cooper, Howell . Cooper, Jo ..... Cooper, Linda , . Cooper, Mark .. . ....299 ...,299 ....332 .,.,332 Cooper, Michael .....,.. 332 Cooper, Walter .,.... 88,299 Copeland, Carl . . Copeland, Christopher . . 174 332 Copeland, Danny .,..... 299 Corbin, John .,.....,.. 322 Corbitt, Norman . 95,125,299 Corboy, Martha . . . . . Corkery, Thomas 58,332 86,332 Costello, Kathleen ...... 299 Cotney, Paula ....,...., 322 Cotten, David ...,...... 322 Couch Denny . . . ...155, 332 Coulson, Cindi . . .62,227,299 Coulter, C. M ........... 268 Coursey, Sue ,...... 62,332 332 Courtney, R. G. ...... . Covert, Keith ....... 86,333 Coville, Elaine ...... 80,299 Covington, Deborah ..... 333 Covington, Kyle ..,..... 333 Cox, Carl .......,,.... 299 Cox, James T ...,... 125,299 Cox, James ............ 333 Cox, Jerry ...,. 130,142,333 Cox, Jimmy .. ....,.. 299 Cox, Ken ... .... 68,333 Cox, Nita ... ..... .268 ,333 Cox, Norman ...... 115 Cox, Sandra ...... 55,62,333 Cox, Shannon ..,,....,. 333 Cox, Ralph . . . .... 91,299 Cox, Tad ...,.. ...... 2 99 Crabb, Cindy .......... 333 Crabtree, Barbara ....... 333 Crabtree, Paul ..... 48,90,333 Castleberry, Ronnie . . 68,330 Cate, Sandra ...... 51 ,55,56, 85,162,330 Carrington, Pat .......... 85 Catlin, Karen . . . . .330 Caton, Paul .... . . .298 Caton,WilIiam ... . . .330 Catter, David .......... 330 Caudill, Samuel ........ 330 X Butler, Skipper74,173,221,328 Buzalsky, Raymond . . 88,328 Byars, Jerry ........... 328 Byrne, Bobby .... ..... 2 67 C Caudle, Gary Michael .... 330 Caudle, Judy .... Caudle, Thomas . . Cave, Dennis ..... Cavender, Mike . . . Caver, Fred ...... Cayce, Ann ...... ......330 ...68,330 .....330 ......330 ...88,330 ......298 Cabness, Paul .......... 328 Cade, Billy ....... 66,80,328 Cade, Michael .......... 328 Cadena, John .... ....74 Caesar, Anna .......... 328 'Caffey, Dr. James ....... 267 Caffey, Sandra . 155,228,328 Cagle, Judy ..... . . 56,82 ,328 Cain, Gail ..... ...... 3 29 Cain, Robert ........... 298 Caldwell, Carey . . .48,87,329 Caldwell, Carol ......... 329 Caldwell, Josef ......... 293 Callaham, Bill .... ...329 Cavton. Claudia . .80,121,298 Cde Baca, Pat .......... 330 Cervantes, Ruben ....... 330 96,298 Chaloupka, Johnny .... Chambers, Hozea ....... 330 Chambers, Ronnie . . . 70,330 Chambliss, Gardner . . .61,66, 82,298 Champion, Ronald ...... 298 Chandler, Cathie ........ 330 Chandler, Connie ....... 330 Chandler, Donna ....... 330 Chandler, Gary . . . . . .155 Chandler, Joan .. . . . .298 Chandler, Nancy . . . . . . .60 Chandler, Scott . . . . . .330 7-Q Ovdlri' - Clark, Dennis . . . Clark, Gary . . . Clark, Janis.. . .. CIark,JuIie ...... .....331 .....331 ......331 ......331 Clark, Marilyn .. .121,80,331 Clark, Pam ...... Clark, Ron ... .. Clark, Sharon .... Clark, Sunny .... Clark, Susan . . . Clark, Thomas . . . Clark, William .... Claunch, Leonard . 'Clay, Charles .... Claybrook, Cheryl Clayton, William. . Cleere, Linda . . . . . . 62.331 . . . 85,331 . . . 80,299 . . 118,299 ......331 ....331 ......331 ......331 ......268 ...82,331 ....331 Connell, Robert ..... 86,332 i Connor, Dolores . . . . . . .332 Conrad, Carolyn . . . . . . .268 Conrad, Clifford . . . . . . .332 Conway, Jan .... .... 3 32 Conway,Joel . . . . . . .299 Cook, Connell . . .... 332 Cook, Joe ..... .... 3 32 Cook, Lloyd .... .... 3 32 Cook, Melody . . . . . . .332 'Cook, Rickie . . . ... .332 'Cooke, James ..... .... 2 68 Cooksey, Cynthia ....... 332 'Coombes, Robert ....... 268 Cooper, Carol . . .115,120,332 Cooper, Deborah ....... 332 Cooper, Diana . . .... 332 Craft, Ross .... Crane, Daniel . . . Crane, Kim ..... Craven, Phyllis .... . Crawford, Danny Crawford, Donny .... Crawford, Edward . . . Crawford, Guy .... . Crawford, Hal . . . Crawford, Jerry . . . . Crawford, Jon ...... Crayton, Bobby ..... Crayton, Debbe ..... Crayton, Diane ...... Creech, Steven ...... Cremer, Barry ....... Cremer, Tom ....... . . .333 . . .333 . . .333 . . .116 . . .333 66,333 . . .299 . . .333 . . .333 . . .333 . . .299 . . .299 62,333 . . .333 . . .333 80,299 66299 ....335 Crenshaw, Donna ....... 333 Cripps, Jerome . . . .....333 Crisp, Avis ......... 80,299 Cromer, Mickey ........ 333 Crone, Jerry ..... .....299 Crone, Terry . . . ..... .333 Crook, Karen . . . . . 56,333 Crooks, Gary ,... .....333 Crosier, Willaim ........ 333 Crosland, Michael ...... 333 Crosswhite, Lloyd ...... 333 Crosswhite, Mike ....... 333 Crosthwait, Aurlie ...... 333 Crosthwait, Thomas ..... 333 Crouch, Robert . . .66,61,333 Crow, Danny .......... 333 Crow, Horace ....... 72,333 Crowe, Don ..... 66,155,300 Crowell, Richard .,...., 300 Crump, James .......... 333 Crutchen. Rickev ....,.. 333 Cumbie, Garv ....... 80,333 Cumbie, Pam .... .....333 Cummings, Gary ..,,.... 300 Cummings, James ....... 333 Cummings, Linda ...,... 333 Cummins, Clemmie .....333 Cummins, Donald ....... 300 Cunningham, Kathy ..... 333 Cunningham, Nancy . .129,93, Cunningham, Ric ... Cunningham, Robert 334 127,334 1 15,334 Cupples, John .......... 334 Cuppy, Candace .... 126,334 Curtis, Chris ........... 334 D Dabney, Dick . . Dabney, Nancy.. . Dailey, Tom ... .. Dake, Jaquita .... Dakil, Floyd . .. DaIe,J. E ..... Dale, Judith ....... Dalley, Ann ....... . . .334 . . . .334 . 70,334 . . .334 . . .300 . . .300 . . . . .81 .66,334 'Dalley, Dr. Joseph .,.... 269 Dalton, Paul ..... ..... 3 34 Dana, D'Anna .... Dana, Suzanna .... Dance, Dennis .. . Dances, Joseph .... D'AngeIi, Michael . . . . . .Grad . . 80,334 . . .300 . . .334 .....334 Daniel, James ....,.. 87,300 Daniels, Gerald . . . Danley, Gary ..... .....334 . . .334 Dardashti, Rahim ....... 334 Darling, Harold .... . . .334 Darmon Robert ........ 300 Darovich, Donna .... 85,158 Daugherty, Mike. .85,163,334 Davenport, Cheryl ...... 334 Davidson, Kathy .,...... 334 Davidson, Sid .... 91,123,300 Davis, Charles ....,..... 334 Davis, Darryl . . .... 334 Davis, Janice. . . . . . .300 Davis, J. Lynn . . .... 334 Davis, Juanita ,. . . . . .300 Davis, Lanny . . .... 300 Davis, Leonard ......... 334 Paul .... .... 4 9,334 Davis, Davis, Randy . . . Davis, Richard .... Davis, Richard E. . . Davis, Robert . . . Davis, .....334 ....334 ....334 ....300 Robert L ......... 300 Robert ....... 95,300 Davis, Davis, Rosa .... Davis, Sandy ..,. Davis, S. Charles . . . Davis, Stephen . . Davis, Susan . . . Davis, Tommy . . Davis, Wendell . . Davis, William. . . Davis, William J .... Dawson, Dan . . . Dawson, Joan . . . Dawson, Michael Day, Glenn ...,. Day, Joe , ...... ....334 ....334 ....334 ....334 .,..170 ....334 ....334 ....300 ....136 ..,60 .......334 .....82 ....334 Day, Michael . . Dean, Byron . .. Dean, Euda .... ....300 ....334 ....269 Dean, Jack ............ 334 Dean, Linda .........., 334 Dean, Patti ...... 62,155,334 Debee,Jan .. ........ 334 Debo, Jerry .....,..... 334 DeBoe, David .......... 269 DeBrooke, Raymond 123,300 DeCanniere, Sheralynn 62,334 Decker, Cynthai ........ 334 Deen, Gary Janna ...,... 334 Deen, Gary ....... Deering, Janna .... ....300 ....334 DeGrate, Leonard ....... 334 Dekonty, Mary .... ....334 Dela Cruz, Eligio ....... 300 Delaughter, David ....... 334 Delaughter, D0nald91,123,300 Delaughter, Samuel ...,. 334 Delaune, Sydney .... 62,334 De Leon, Minerva ....... 334 DELTA DELTA DELTA56,57 DELTA TAU DELTA . 66-67 DELTA UPSILON .... 68,69 DELTA ZETA ....... 58,59 De Marines, John 80,127,300 DeMohrenschildt, George .276 Demond, Marty . . Dempsey, Linda . . Dempsey, Volney . Denn, Gary ...... Dennis, Randall .. Dennis, Roy ..... Denson, D. L. .... Deramus, Glenda . Derr, John ...... Derrick, Billy Diana, Dr. Leo .. Dick, Sam . .,... . Dickerson, Charles Dickerson, Richard Dickerson, Martha Dickey, John .... Dickey, Malee . . . Dickson, Andrea .. Dickson, Don ... Dieb, Betsy .... . Diehl, Jack .. . Dill, Ellen ..... ......335 ...56,300 ......335 ....300 ......335 ...68,335 ......300 ......335 .. .82,335 .....269 ...68,335 ......335 ...86,335 ......335 ....335 ....300 ....335 ....300 ......300 ...70,335 .....335 om, Jackie ............ 335 Dilworth, Mark. . . Dimpsey, Linda .. Dixon, Carrington Dixon, Donald ... Dixon, Floyd ... Doan, Jerry ..... Dobbins, Myrna .. Dobbs, Charles . . . Dobbs, John ..... Dobbs, Phillip... Dobecka, Cecil . . Dodge, Charlyne . . Dodge, Dr. C. F. .. Dodson, Alvy , . . Doerr, John ..... Doerr, Robert . . . Doll, Kitty .... Dollar, Bill ...... Donaldson, Tom . . Donley, Kathy . . Doran, Ronny . . Dorris, Denis .... Dorsey, Paula .... Dortch, Tommy . . Doskocil, Diane .. Doty, Erleal .,... Dougherty, Erwin . Doughirt, Ronald . Doughtie, Diana . . Douglas, Dwight . . Douthit, Ronnel . . Dove, Bonnie . . . Dowd, Barry . . . . Doyle, James .... Doyle,Wanda . . . Drake, Robert . . . Draper, Larry ..., Drawbaugh, William Drennan, Carol ... Drews, Wayne . . . Drews, Wayne .... Droze, Dr, Wilmon .. Drum, Larry ....... ' Dryden, Robert .... . . . .335 . 56,300 . . . .300 114,300 . . . .335 . . . .300 . . . .335 . 66,300 . 76,114 ....335 ....335 121,292 269,288 . . . .335 . 80,300 . . . .335 . 66,335 . 68,335 .. . .335 .. . .335 . . . .335 .80,300 .. . .336 112,336 . . . .300 . . . .269 ....127 ....336 ....336 ....336 ....336 ....269 115,336 .....336 ....336 .. . . . .336 . .86,336 . . . .336 . . . .336 . . . .269 269,287 . . . .336 . . . .269 Duff, James .... Duggan, Roy . . . Duke, Billy .... Duke, Dennis ... Duke, Larry . . . Duke, Richard .. Dunaway, Chip.. Dunaway, Durman . . .269 . . .336 72,336 . . . .82 . . .336 . . .336 . . .336 ....76 Duncan, Marta ...... Duncan, Thomas Dundas, Stephan Dungan, Ronnie ..... Dunlap, Charles Dunlap, Darrell . .. . Dunn, Joy ,....... Dunn, Larry A ...... . . .336 . . .336 . . .336 76,336 82,336 . . .336 . 62,336 . 66,300 Dunn, Larry J. .. Dunnauant, Gary Dunsworth, David Dunsworth, H. A. Duppstadt, Ann . Dusch, Linda . . . Duszynski, Paul . Dutton, David . . .. .... 336 .......336 ....,.336 .......269 .. .... 336 .. .... 336 ..,....336 76,336 l Vi l l l , l 1 l lr l l i l l l l l. l, if l l l I l l ...I 'Duwaji, Dr. Ghazi . . . 269,284 Dybala, Dan ........... 336 Dycus, John ..... 85,158,300 Dyer, Deborah ......... 336 Dyer, Jerry . . . l ....336 Dyer, Rex .......,..... 269 Dyer, Samuel .......... 336 Dyer, Sharon . . 51,55,58,336 Dyess, Charles ..... ....336 is E 4 ......341 Gober, Terry . . FIJI .......... Furlong, Jacquelyne . . . 92,302 Eade,Sharon . . . Eagle, Billy ..... Eakins, Richard . . Earle, A. C ....... Earnest, R obert .... East, Jan .......... Easterling, Don. . . Eason, Gary ..... Eastenlvood, Jerry Eastlake, Robert .... Eaton, Linda ...... Eaton, Paul ..... Eaton, Robert ..... ' E bensberger, G ary Eberly, Victor ..... "Echart, Clarence .... Eddleman, Mickey . . Edie, Stephen ...... Edmiston, Dixie .... Edmonds, Denver . . . Edwards, Barbara . . . Edwards, Joan ..... Edwards, L. Dee .... Eggleston, Helen .... Egli, Sheryl ........ .. . .337 . . . .337 . . . .337 . . . .337 .. . .337 121,337 . . . .269 .. . .337 .. . .337 .. . .337 123,300 . . . .337 . . . .337 . . . 154, 155,269 . . . .337 . . . .269 . . . .337 .. . .337 .. . .337 116,337 121,337 . 56,337 . , . .337 . 49,337 . . . .337 "Eichenberger, Dr. Clayton 285 Eichenberger, Paul . . . 68,337 Eimandoust, Djafar ....300 Ekholm, Carlene .... 113,337 Elder, Susan ....... Eliot, Steve ..... Elledge, John .... 1EIler, Dr. R. R .... Elliott, Richard . . Elliott, Sherri .... Elliott, Stephen . . Elliott, Teresa .... Elliott, Thomas Elliott, William ..... .....60 .....96 ....337 ....269 ....300 ....337 ....300 ....337 . 86,337 . . . .337 Ellis, Alice ...... 80,121,337 Ellis, Bradley .... 'EIIis, Dr. Jason ... Ellis, Jerry ..... Ellis, Lehman .. . Ellis, Patricia .. . Ellison, Luetta .. . Ellison,Stanley .. Elmore, Jessie . .. Elsik, Alvin ..... Elverton, Reta . . . Ely, Billy ...... Emerson, David . . Emmick, Marc ... Emmons, Karen . . En Ami ......... Enayati, Eskander England, Bobby . . Enale, Dr. Ronald . Entrop, Arlene . . . Epperson, Gerald . Eppes, Sid ...... Epps, Bettie .... Epps, David .... Epstein, Ann ... Erickson, Dale ... Erspamer, Laurie . Erspamer, Steve . . Escajeda, Carmelita Eskew, Patrick . . . Eskew, Russell . . . Eskew, Sherwin . . Esparza, Hilarie . . Essary, Judy .... Estes, Charles . . . 'Estes, Emery . . . Estes, Jon .... Estes, John ..... Estes, Michael . . . 'Estes, Ralph ..... . . . .337 .. . .269 . . . .337 .. . .300 .62,337 .. . .301 . . . .337 . . . .337 . . . .337 .. . .337 .. . .301 . . . .337 154,337 ....337 . . 60.61 .. . .301 . . . .301 . . . .286 . . . .301 . . . .337 . 76,337 . . . .337 .. . .337 . . . .337 . . . .337 .. . .337 230,337 . .85,163, 60,337 ....338 ....338 ....338 ....301 ....338 ....338 ....269 ....301 ....80 ....338 .....84 Estoll, Robert ...... 124,338 ar 4 as as Estrada, Antonio . Etheridge, Gary . . Ethridge, Lana . . . Eubanks, Roosevelt Evans, Charles . . . Evans, Janet ..... Eve, Frank ...... Everard, Dr. Noel . . . .338 . . .338 ......338 .. .301 . . .338 ......338 ......269 Everett, James . . .80,118,301 Everett, Jan ..... Ewing, Dorothy . . F . . . .338 . . .338 ' Foster, Foster, Foster, Robert . . Robert . . Robert D. Foster, Ronald . . Fowler, Fowler, Fowler, Fox, John ...... -is Dennis . . Gay .... Hayward Fox,Shirley ... F rakes, Karen . . . Frame, Glen .... ....270 .......339 .......339 . . . .66,339 ....339 ....339 .......302 ....270 ....339 ....339 . . .... 339 Fain, Charles .......... 338 Fairbanks, Harold ....... 338 "Fairchild, Dr. Jack .. 112,269 Fall, James ......... 66,301 Falvo, Susan ........ 56,338 Farquhar, Ronnie ....... 338 Farr, Roger ......... 70,301 Faulkenberry, Luces. . 80,301 Faulkner, Ronnie ....... 171 Feaker, Guy ........... 338 Fegan, Katie .... 1 17,161,338 Feild, Deborah ......... 338 Feldman, Paul ......... 301 Felix, George ... . . . 66,301 Fenton, Donald . . 338 Feoan, Bill ....... ..... 3 38 Ferguson, Billie ........ 293 Ferguson, Cheryl .62,228,301 Ferguson, James ........ 338 Ferguson, Jeff . . . Ferranta, Russ . . . ....338 ....338 Ferrell, Robert ......... 338 Ferrier, Richard ..... 86,269 Feulmer, Thomas ....... 338 Fielding, Charles ........ 301 Figueroa, Jose ..... 112,301 Files, Carl ...... Finan, Karen ... ....70,71 ....269 Finis, Shipman ..,...... 338 Fink, Lou ........ 49,80,301 Fink, Wayne .... 1 17,127,338 Finkelstein, Nathan ..... 301 Finley, David .... .... 3 38 Finney, David .......... 338 Finstad, Edward ..,. 114,301 Fischbein, Jack ......... 338 Fischer, Richard ........ 338 Fisher, Carl ........ 123,301 Fisher, Jack ........... 301 Fisher, Raymond ....... 338 Fite, Jimmy ..... ..... 3 38 Fitzgerald, Michael Fitzer, Dr. Jack . ....... 270 . . .82,339 Fitzgibron, Joel ........ 339 Flatt, Richard ...... 110,301 Fleitman, Robert ....... 339 Fletcher, Patricia .......339 Fletcher, Robert ........ 301 Flenniken, Neita .... 121,270 Flinn,Wesley ...... 150,270 Flippin, Robert . . ..... 339 Flohr, Paul ..... ....82 Flores, Claude . . . .... .339 Flusche, Patrick ...,. 88,301 Flusche, Steve ...... 70,339 Fly,William ... Flynn,Jane ... Flynn, Mike ... Foit, Carolyn . . . Folmar, Darwin . Folse, Terri ..... Forcht, Frieda . . Ford, Cheryl . .. Ford, Craig .... .....339 .....339 . ..... 302 .......339 ......339 .80,123,302 Ford, Arthur .... ......339 ...152 .....339 'Ford, Edmund ... .... .270 4+ 4 Ford, Jeanne .... ...,. 2 70 Forester, A. ........... 270 Forrester, William ....... 339 Forsyth, Arthur ........ 339 "Fortenberry, Dr. George . .270 Fortner, Ralph ......... 339 Fortney,William .......339 Fortuna, Juliann .... 112,339 Foster, Ann . . . .....339 Foster, Jerry ........... 302 Foster, Jimmy . . . . . . 88,302 Foster, Mack James ..... 339 Foster, Mary ..... ......302 Francis, James ..... ...,339 "Francis, Dr. Robert ,.... 270 Frank, Karen ......,... 302 Frank, Robert ..... 127,320 Franklin, Susan ........ 339 Frazell, Jacque ...... 66,302 George, John . . Gerik, Richard . . . Gerron, Sheldon . . Geurtz, Bob ..... Giaimo, Charles . . Gian, Isaac ...... Gibbons, Jon .... Gibbens, Yvonne . Gibson, Debbie . . . Giddens, Jana .... Giddens, Steve . . . GidIey,Thomas ., Giere, Vicki ..... Giffin, James .... Frazier, Bill ........... 340 Frazier, Deborah ....... 340 Frazier, Loye .......... 302 Frazier, Mark .......... 302 Frazier, Rob ..... 76,337,340 Freel, James ........... 340 Freeman, Gilbert .... 80,340 French, Dr. Richard .....270 Fridge, Charles .... .... 3 02 Fridrich, Ann . . . Friess, Gay .... Fritcher, D. L. . . Frith, David ... Frost, Holly .. . Fry, Bobby ..,.... 'Frye, Bernard . . . Ftak, Sandra .... Fugate, Anne ..... Fulbright, Mary . .. Fuller, Diana ... ....340 ...,340 ...,340 ....340 .....340 ..68,340 .....270 ....117 ...,340 ....293 ....340 Fuller, Penelope ........ 340 Fuller, Perry ........... 340 Furlong, Mrs. Cynthia . . .340 Fulton, Lloyd .......... 302 F urgeson, Sheryl ....... 302 Fuston, David ..... G .....302 ....340 Galik, Stanley .......... 340 Galindo, Raymond ...... 340 Galloway, Randall . . .91,340 Gamble, Buzzy ......... 340 Gamble, Ray Gammon, Gail . . . Gann, Mary .... .......66,340 ....340 . . . 62,303 Gansert, Gary .......... 340 Gant, Gregory Gant, Pam . . . Gant, Ronnie ... ......86,341 ......341 ......341 Garcia, Leroy ........... 82 Gardner, Bill ...... "Gardner, John . . Gardner, Brian . . . Gardner, J. L. ... Garis, Betty .... Garner, Charler . . . Garner, Gary 48 ,87,303 ......270 ....341 ....303 ....303 ....303 ....341 Garland, Ronald ........ 341 Garrett, Bett ..... Garrett, Janice . . . ....341 .....341 Garrett, Jim ........... 270 Garrett, Sam ........ 66,341 Garrison, Ollie . . . Garth, John .... Gartin, Glynn . .. ....341 ....341 ....341 Gary, Hollin ........... 341 Garza, Linda ........ 60,341 Garza, Patsy . . ......341 Garza, Victor ....... 72,303 Gatchel, Stanley ..... 85,303 Gatewood, Robert ...... 341 Gauntt, Danny . . . ....341 "Gaupp, Petter .......... 270 Gautier, Carolyn . . . Gavia, Mary ...... . 112,341 . 118,303 Gay, Kirk ..... .... 8 3,341 Gay, Ralph ..... .....303 Gazzola, Frank ......... 341 Geb, Jerry ............ 341 Geddie, Tommy . .85,159,341 Geiser, William ......... 341 Gensweider, Resa . . . 112,341 Gentry, Mike .......... 303 Gentry, Tom .. . George, David . . . ....341 ....341 4+ if Gifford, Charles . . Gifford, Graig . , . , 'Gilbert, Dr. Carl . . Gilbert, Eddie .... Gilbert, Terry . . . 'Gilbreath, Joe .... Giles, Fr ank Gillespie, Alan ... Gilley, Micheal . . . Gilmartin, Johnny Gilmore, Barnie . . Gilmore, Gilmore, Comer . . Ron .... Gilmore, Roy .... Giorgio, Bortot . . . Girardot, Dr. Peter Girvin. Calvin .... 'Gladden, Frank , , Glasser, William . . Gleason, David . . . Gleen, P enny .... Glenewinkel, Linda Gluth, David. . . . . Glynn, Gnuse, Gnuse, Roger .... ......303 ......341 .48,96,303 ......341 ......341 ......341 ...80,341 ......341 ......341 ...62,341 ......341 ......341 ......341 . . 209,303 . . . 66,303 ,....341 ......270 ....341 ....341 ....270 .....341 .....270 ......341 ......341 ......341 . . . 83,341 .....341 . ...341 ......341 .....270, 271,289 . . 121,303 ......270 ......303 . ...341 ......292 .....341 ......341 ......341 Robert . . .88,114,303 Sarah .... Godfrey, Mary . . . Goebert, Jun .... Goforth, Teresa . . Gohdberg, Joel . . . Goings, J. Steven . Goldberg, Michael Golden, Kacey . . . Goldring, Kathy . . ... . . .303 ...66,342 .....303 . ...342 . ...342 ......342 ......342 . ...342 . ...342 Gomez.Sabino . . . . . .303 Gomillion, Rex ......... 342 Good, Barry ........ 68,342 Goodale, Billy . . . .... .342 Goode, James .... . . .342 Goodman, Linda . Goodman, William Goodwin, Alice . . Goodwin,John . . . Goodyear, Gary . . Goolsby, Jo Ann . Gordon, Crayton . Gorham Gorman . ...303 ......342 . ...342 ......270 ......342 . .'121,303 .. .83,342 , Ronald ........ 342 ,Shirley . .. ...342 Gotcher, Cary .... . . . .342 Gotcher, J. Wayen ...... 342 Gott, Jan ............. 342 Goudeket, Bill ......... 342 Gough, Fred ....,.. 175,303 Gould, Albie ........... 342 Gowens, Kenneth .... 86,342 Goyne, Dr. A. V. ....... 270 Goza, Roger . . . . . .342 Grabes, Gary . . . . .342 Grace, Larry . . . .... .303 Gradick, David ...... 48,303 Grady,William ... .... .342 Graf, Terry .... . . .342 Graff, Sherry .......... 303 Crafft, Phil ......... 66,342 Graham, Charlotte 'Graham Graham. Dale M. Dr. Curtis Graham, Doug . . . Graham, Gerald ......303 .. ...342 .....303 ........342 Graham, Keith ..... 227,342 Graham, Michael .... 93,303 "Graham, Prewett . . . . .270 Graham, Vicki . . . . . .342 Graham, William . . . . . .342 Graves, Jack ..... . . .342 Graves, Leota .... . . .342 Graves, Linda .... ..... 3 42 Rickey ...... 70,342 Gray, Charles .... Graves, .....342 Gray, Chris .... Gray, Linda .... Gray,William ... 'Green, Dr. Charles 'Green Dr. George 'Green, Harold . ., Green Mike .,... Green, Peggy . . . Green, Ronnie . . Green, Teresia . . "Green, Dr. William Greener, Pamela .... Greenlee, Robert . . . Greenlee, Robert . . . . 70,342 ,...342 ,...342 ....270 .....270 271 123,303 124,342 ,...342 ....342 271,284 . 60,342 ,...342 ...,342 Greenwood, Robert . , 72,342 Greer, Darwin .......... 343 Greer, William ,... Greeson, Gretchen Greever, Cheryl ..,..... 230 Gregg, Adele ....... Gregg, Sandra .... 62,225,343 Gregory, Clyde ......... 343 Gregory, Darrell ...,.... 343 Gresham, Benjamin ..... 343 Griffin, Bobby ......... 343 Griffin 1 ....343 ......343 ..,.343 Cheryl ...... 66,343 Griffin, Danny86,171,172,343 Griffin, Eileen ......... 343 Griffin Griffin, Griffin Griffin, Griffis, Griffith, B. R .... Griffith, Jigger . . "Grigg, Calvin .... Grigsby, Richard , Glenn .......... 303 Mickey ......... 343 ,Sandra . . 62,226,343 Tommy ......., 343 David ...... 123,343 . . . . . .303 . . ,... 343 ...,271 .......303 Grimes, James ......... 343 Grimland, Richard ...... 343 Grisham, James ........ 303 Grisham, Weldon . . . 169,303 Griswold, John ...... 68,343 Groce, Charolotte. . . 151,343 Ground Bettv ......... 343 'Grubb, Grover . . Grubbs, Gough , . Gruebbel, Rudolph ...... 343 Guay, James... Guerrero, Ben . .. Guess, Roger . . Guevievo, Felipe Guffey, Dennis . Gunatilaka, Liew . Gunter, Erlynne Gunter, James . Gupta, Giri ..,. Gupta, Vijay. ., Guthrey, Harvey Guthrie, Karen . Guthrie, Martha H Hackett, Ken . . . Hackler, Bobby . . Haden, Andy .... Hadley, Roy . . . Hafele, Harry . . . ar Hagan, Joe ...... Hagar, Robert .... -is . .91 Hagard, Dr. Luther Hagood, Kenneth . Hagstrom, Kenneth Hahn, Karen . . . Hale, Ronald .. Haley, Brent . .. . Haley, Brian . .. . Haley, Jerry . . . Haley, Mickie .... 'Hall Dr.C.C ..... Hall Cindy .... . Hall Gordon .. Hall Hugh .. Hall,Jesse ..... . Hall Karen ...... 'Hall Dr. Martin .. Hall Rolph ..... Hall Vernon ..... Hallmark, Philip .. Hallmark, Ray .. Ham, Norman... "Hamby. Orton .. ..,.27'l .......343 ......343 ....344 ....344 ....344 ....344 ......292 ,123,303 .....62,344 ....344 .......70 ...70,344 ....303 ....271 ....344 ...,271 114.303 .113,12o, 127,303 ....344 ....344 . 96,344 . 96,344 ....304 ....344 271,289 . 66.344 ....304 .. . .344 ....344 129,344 ... .287 . . . .344 113,344 . . . .344 . . . .304 ....344 .. . .283 ...f"""' l W Henning, Thomas W. Ill . .304 Henning, William . . . 123,347 Henninger, Roberta Hollingsworth, Karl ..... 348 Hollingsworth, Loretta . . .293 Hollingsworth, Robert O. . . . . Henry, Barbara .... Henry, James C. . . . Hensel, Bonnie Jean Hensley, Dixie .... Hensley, Jeff .... Henson, Tom . . . Henson, Toy J ..... l-lenven Allen ...., Herbert, Mary Lynn .....347 72,304 .....347 62,347 ....347 ....347 .....347 . .... 347 . . . . .346 Herndon, Allen J. Dr ..... 272 Herold, Joseph .... Herrbold, Paul .... Herrera, Vivian . . . Herring, Gary ..... .....347 .....347 ....231 .....347 Herring, Lewis ...... 88,304 Herrington, Dian Lynn . . .347 Herrington, Liz .......,. 347 Herrmann, Ulrich O. Dr. . .272 Hersley, James A. .,..... 304 Hesch, Bunny .... Hesker, Bruce . . . Hess, Zoe ....., Hester, Linda . . . ....347 ....347 ....150 ....347 Hurley, Martha ......... 350 ....346 Hester, Mike ..... .... 3 47 Hester, Youlinda ....... 347 Heuszel, Earl ....... 94,347 Heying, Monty ...... 84,304 Heying, Tom ........... 48 Hicks, Laura Jane . . . 123,347 Hicks, Linda ........ 66,347 Hickman, Cathi ......... 60 Higgins, Don ........ 86,347 Higgins, Elizabeth Ann . . .304 Higgins, Thomas F. .48,96,304 7-vi"""-1. ssx-Xp '47-A. , s.. """-uf.,-Q fi 4 , Q, . 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O. ......... 271 Hamrick, Norman ....... 345 Hance, Douglas 125,80,85,345 Hancock, Clista . .80,118,304 Hand, Kenny ..... . 1 60,345 Hanks, Darrell ......... 345 'Hanks, Harry . . . Hanna, Peggy .... Hanson, Robert . . Harder, Kyle .... Hardin, Larry . .. 'Hardin, Martha . .. Hardin, Mike .... ....271 ....345 Hanning, Thomas ....... 271 ....345 ....345 ....345 ....271 ....304 Harper, James L. . . Harper, Melvin . . . Harpold, Mike ,... Harrell, Marilyn . . . 'Harrington, Alberta Harrington, Liz .... Harris, Ann ...... Harris, B Harris, Christopher . Harris, George .... Harris, Joyce ..... Harris, Leonard . . . Harris, Lynda Anita Harris, Richard .... Harris, Thomas .... Harris, William Evan Harrison Harrison , Anthony . , Carol .... Harrison, Douglas, A. Harrison, Kathi .... Harrison, Nancy . . . Hart, Bill Hart, Holly ....... Hart, Jim ........ Hart, Loren Edward Hart, Shelly ...... Hart, Timothy .... Hart, Willard Earl . . Harte, Tona Jo . . . Hartin, H. Glynn .. Harvey, Bennett R. . "Harvey, James R. . . 'Harvey, Linda Sue ...... 304 Harwell, Herman R. . Hardwick, Susan ........ 345 Hardwick, W. E. ........ 345 Hargraves, Linton ....... 135 Harkless, Clifford ....... 345 Harlan, Carolyn ........ 345 Harlan, Robinette L. .... 345 Harless, Douglas ........ 345 Harmon, David ...... 83,345 Harmon, Frank .... 48,85,304 Harnage, Candy ........ 304 Harwell, Linda Faye . Hashemi, Parviz .... Haskins, Linda ..... Hassan, Saraya ..... Hatch, Thomas M. . . Hatfield, Gary ..... .....345 .....345 ..76,345 .....345 ,....271 .....345 .....127 .....345 .....345 .....345 .....345 .....345 .....345 . . 66,345 .....345 .....345 .....345 ....345 .....345 ..67,304 ..83,304 ,....346 ,....346 . . 87,346 . . . . .272 . 62,346 . . . .346 . 95,346 . . . .346 . . . .346 . . . .346 Hathcock, Martha121,124,304 Hatt, Christi ....... Hauck, Larry Michael Haugen, Karl O. .... ....346 ....346 ....346 Hawkes, Elizabeth . Hawkins, Annie . . . Hawkins, Steven B. . Hawkins, Thomas M. Hawpe, Richard . . . Hayashi, Paul . . . Hayner, William . . . Haynes, Barbara . . . Haynes, John Dr. . . Haynie, Gary Lee . . Hays, Brad ....... Hazen,Steve . . . Head, Bobby . . . Heath, Charlotte . . . Heath, Larry ...... "Heath, Larry Dr .... Hecht, Gary ...... Heifner, O. Randall Heinze, Rosanne. . . Heitman, Lynn B. . . Helbing, Mary Laura Hellier, D. Allen J. Helm, Emily ...... Helm, Dr. H. M. Jr.. HeImick,S. D. .... Helms, Charles D. . . Helpinstill, Bob . . . Hemingway, Eugene Hemmeline, Stan . . Hemphill, Janet .. . Henchcliffe, Audrey ..67,304 . 68,304 ....346 ....272 ....346 ....346 . 272,282 . 80,304 ....346 .. . .346 ....346 . . . .346 .57,346 . . . .272 ....346 ..56,347 .....347 .....272 ....347 .....272 ....347 ..69,347 .....347 .....347 . . 62,347 Henderson, Alray .95,111,304 Henderson, Doug . . Henderson, Kathleen Henderson, Kenneth Henderson, Michael Henderson, Millie . . Henderson, Pat .... Henderson, Paul . . . Hendon,Sally . . . Hendon, Steve .... Hendricks, George . Hendrickson, Ronald Heniey, Andy ..... .....347 ... .347 .....347 .....347 ....347 ....304 ....347 .....347 .....347 146,304 .....347 Hill, Bruce ...... 67,224,347 Hill, Dick ..171,173,225,347 Hill, Doris .............. 60 Hill, Dwight ... ...80,304 Hin, Joe ..... ..... 8 8,304 Hill, J. Paul ....... 84,94,347 Hill, Linda ............ 347 Hill, Linda Carol ........ 347 Hill, Mary ....... ..... 3 47 Hill, Michael M. . . ..... 347 HiIl,PaulW. Hill, Sandra . .. .... .347 Hill, Sandye ..... ..... 3 47 Hill, Wesley Earl ........ 293 Hillard, Sandra ..... 121,304 Hillinger, Howard E ..,... 348 Himes, Cathey85,159,163,348 Hines, Oscar ........... 348 Hinkle, Cindi .. ...348 Hinojosa, Bebe . .. . . .348 Hinson, Louis .......... 348 Hintgen, George ..... 84,305 Hinton, Richard ........ 348 Hinton, David .... .. .348 Hitt, Billy E .... .. .305 Hitt, Bobby . . . . . .348 Hoar, Wesley ..... . . .348 Hobbs, Carolyn ........ 348 Hobbs, Margie Carol ..... 305 Hobson, Michael E. ..... 348 Hocker, David ......... 348 Hodde, Don G. 85,90,115,305 Hoeckendorf, Richard 76,305 Hoefling, Jerry M. ...... 348 Hoel, Mike ............ 348 Hoff, Dixie Anna .. Hoffman, Carl .. . . . . . .348 Hoffman, Soozn ..... 66,348 Hoffmann, Susan . . . . .305 Hogan, Larry .... . . .348 Hogsett, Danny . . . . .348 Hogue, Vicki . . "Hoit, Bill Dr. . . Holacka, Jerry ..... 123,305 Holden, Gerry Holden, Lois ..... Holiday, Singers ........ 154 Holland, Jimmy ..... 96,305 'Holland, L. R. ... .....272 Holland, Marvin ........ 348 Holler. Dennis P. ...348 .....305 ......272 ..... 348 ...348 . . . . . . .305 Holler, Joe ...... ..... 3 48 Holley, Bonnie ......... 348 Hollinger, Howard . . . 92,116 Hollinger, Pam ..... 116,305 'HoIIingsworth, Dr. Harold M. 272 Hollingsworth, Hazel .... 348 Hollingsworth, Jack ..... 348 4' Huang, Dr. Tsang . 72,305 Holloway, Jimmy ....... 292 Hollowell, Barbara . . 1 21 ,305 348 Hollowell, Roger ....... Holmes, Evan .... Holmes, James . . . . . .348 Holt, Gary .... . . .348 Holt, Jerry ....... . . .348 Holt, John T. .......... 348 Holton, Marguerite ...... 272 Hones, Jonne .......... 124 Honeycutt, Ronnie . . . 69,348 Hooks, James ....... 96,348 Hooper, Mike .......... 348 Hooton, Diane ...... 56.305 348 Hoover, Carl, Jr. ..... . . . Hoover, lone .... Hoover, Jerry .... ...348 ...348 Hopkins, Janet ......... 348 Hopkins, John ......... 115 'Hopkins, Dr. Kathryn .... 273 Hoppe, Robert ...... 88,348 Hoppe, Roger ......... .305 Hopper, Sheryl . . . . . .348 Hord, Leveta .... . . .273 Horn, Vicki ...... . . .348 Horton, Ronald L. ...... 348 Horton, Thomas ........ 305 Horton, Whatley, Jr. . . 95,348 Hoskins, B. Wayne ...... 348 Hoskins, John ..... Hoth, Larry D. .... . . .305 . . .348 Houghton, Connie ...... 305 Houpt, Clelon .......... 348 House, Karen ....... 66,348 House, Tommy ...... 87,348 Houston, Robert ....... 149 Hovend, Rita .... . . .348 Howard, Peggy . . . . . .305 Howe, Worth . . . . .152 Howell, Aubre . . . .... .305 Howell, Dean .... . . .348 Howell, Debbie. .. .. .348 Howrey, Patrick . . . . . .349 Howsley, Cristi .... . . .349 Howsley, Roddy . . . . . .305 Howson, Karen... . . .349 Hoyle, Mary Lou . . . . .152 Hoyos, Gabriel . . . . . .349 ......273 Hubbard, John D ........ 349 Hubbard, William Van .. .349 Huber, Don ........... 350 Huckaby, David ........ 349 Huddleston, Dennis ..... 349 Hudson, Andrew ....... 349 Hudson, John .......... 349 Huebner, Taylor . . .67,72,349 Huens, Richard C. ...... 305 Huff, Linda Kay ........ 349 Huff, Susan ........ 62,349 Huffaker, Gregg ........ 349 Hufham, Tom ...... ....305 Huggins, Dr. Frank N. ...273 Huggins, John H. ....... 306 Huggins, Kay . . . . . 58,306 Huggins, Kay . . . . . 58,306 Hughes, Gwen . . . . . . .349 Hughes, Harold .,....... 349 Hughes, Jan ....... 123,306 Hughes, Ralph ......... 349 Hull, Sarah ............ 349 Hultsman, Dennis . . . 123,306 Hummel, Joseph, Jr. . Humphries, William ....349 ....349 Hundt, Melissa ......... 349 Hunn, Lynda .......... 306 Hunnicutt, Phyllis ......349 Hunt, Phillip W. ........ 306 Hunt, Vaudrene R. . . 124,306 Hunter, Judy ....... 56,349 Hurley, David ...... 123,306 Hurn, Michael .......... 306 Husband, Danny ........ 350 Hutchison, Don . . ....350 Hutson, Bruce ...... 70,306 Hutson, David ... Hutson, Phil ..... .. . .350 ... .350 Hutton, Carolyn ........ 350 Hyden, J. Bruce ........ 350 Hysinger, Larry . . Hyslop, Vicki . .. . . . .350 . . . .350 I lgo, John .,... lmber, Marlene . . . lmes, Kenneth Imwalle, Martin , ....... 306 Ingram, Carol .......... 306 Ingram, Charles . . .49,76,306 Ingram, Penny ,........ 350 Ingram, Sherry ......... 350 Inman, Myron Don ...... 350 INTE R-F RATE RNITY COUNCIL .,... lreson, Peggy . . Irion, James V. . . Irvin, Charles W. . Isbell, Bob ..... lsbell, David .... Ives, Gary . . . J Jackman, Brenda Jacobson, Gordon Jacks0n,Danny H. . Jackson, David . . Jackson, David . . Jackson, Dennis . Jackson, Donald . .....292 .....52,53 .....350 . ..... 350 . ..... 350 ,.....350 ...155,350 .......350 Jackson, Michael . . .... 350 Jackson, Raymond ...... 306 ....350 ....350 Jackson, Vicki ...... 60,350 Jackson, William Larry . . .351 Jacobs, Lyn Rae ........ 351 Jacobson, Gordon F. .... 351 Jacobson, Linda .....,.. 351 James, Bussy ..... . . .351 James, Claude .......... 351 James James, Lyndon .... . . .351 James, Marvin ..,.. .... 3 51 James James Jamieson, J. Scott ...... 306 Jamieson, Judith January, Melvin ..... 88,306 Jarrett, Boyce ...... 115,351 Jarrett, David R ......... 351 Jarrett, Michael ...,, 70,351 , Cora Leann ...... 351 .. ...351 , Robert E. on, Reese ... ...351 .......351 Jarrett, Robert D ........ 351 Jasheway, Lynne Allison .351 'Jasper, Dr. Thurman M. . .273 Jaynes, Jimmy A. ....... 351 Jenkins, Barry L. . . .... 351 .....83 ....350 ....306 ....350 ....350 ....350 Jackson, Janet . . . 62,350 Jackson, Jerry . . . 94,350 Jackson, Jorga66,155,222,306 D gl 'Jenkins, Jo Ann . . . . . . .273 Jenkins, Patrick lVl. Jenkins, Steven R. Jennings, William A. ..... 351 Jennison, Ruth Anne 123,351 Jernigan, Larry W. . . . 76,351 Jessud, Linda .......... 351 "Jett, Dr. Alvin D., Jr. .... 273 'Jiles, Dr. Charles W. ..... 273 Jimenez, Jose .......... 351 ......351 ......351 U if is Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson i i 1 . Johnson, Job, Terry Lynn ........ 351 Johansen, Robert Dan . . .351 Johannesen, Robert F., Jr. . . . 115,351 Johns, Lorenzo ...... 93,306 Johns, Sherrie .......... 351 Barbie ..... 62,351 Curtis Ray ..... 351 David ,..... 63,351 Dr. G. L. ...... 273 Gloria J. ...... 351 Gordon Glenn . .351 James , Jerry ........ .351 .351 , Joanne .... 157,306 , John ...... 87,351 .351 Larry Bryan . 91, Karen Lanell , . Larry ........ Lawrence ..... Marge ....... Pat ..... . . . Randel ....... 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Jordan, Don ...... Jordan, Jerry Don . . Jordan, Paula ...... Joyce, Pamela ...... Joyce, Randy ...... Joyce, Susan ....... 'Joyner, Howard W. . . Juliuson ll, Robert E. Juricek, Michael K Kadri, Carolyn .,... Kaemper, Ko . . . . Kaler, Mike .... Kam, Tommy ...... Kappa Alpha . .. . Kappa Sigma . . . . Karnes, Karen . . . Karr, Russell ...... Kasberg, Johnie Kaster, Bill .... Katryez, Tolli ... Kay, Barbara . . . Kearny, Henry ..... Keasler, Walter ..... 112,352 127,307 ....352 ....352 ....352 ....352 ....352 ...76 Jordan, Gerald W ........ 273 ....352 ....352 . 63,307 113,352 121,307 ....273 ....352 ....352 118,307 ....307 ....352 .86,352 . . 72-73 .. 76-77 ....352 ....352 ....352 ....I ....352 ....352 ....274 ....352 . 72,352 Keatin, Jerome .... 80,lI2,352 Keatin, Jerry Keating, Dennis Kack, Kelly .... . Kee, Ava ......... Keeley, Cynthia Keen, James .... Keenan, Cassie . . Keenan, Tim ...... 'Keilstrup, Duane Kell, George .... Kelley, Dianna .,... Kelley, Robert ..... Kelley, Tommie Kellogg, Mary . . . Kelly, M. Glen .. Kelly, Kathleen Kelly, Mark ....... Kelly, Michael . . . . Kelly, Paula . . . Kelly, Sandra . . . Kelly, William... . Kelso, Larry ....... Kelton, George ,.... Kempff, Pieter .... Kenas, Mike ....... 'Kendall, Dr. Lyle . . . Kendrick, Charlotte . Kendrick, Jerry .... Kenigsztejn, Roberto Kennedy, Dinah .... Kennedy, James .... Kennedy, Charles . . . "Kennedy, Dr. E. C. . . Kennedy, Karen .... Kennedy, Nancy .... Kennelly, J.T ....... 'Kennerly, Dr. Thomas Kent, Greg ........ Kent, Robert ...... Kerby, J. J ......... 'Kerr, Dr. Homer, Jr. . Kerr, Sandra ....... Kerr, Steve .... . . . . .49 . 114,30 . . . .352 . . . .352 . . . .352 . . . .307 . . . .352 . . . .352 . . . .274 . . . .352 . . . .352 . 86,352 . . . .352 . . . .352 . . . .352 . . . .352 . 80,307 . . . .352 . . . .352 . . . .353 . . . .353 . 87.307 . . . .353 . . . .353 . . . .353 . . . .274 . . . .353 . . . .353 . 88,353 . . . .353 . . . .353 . . . .307 . . . .274 353.307 . . . .353 . . . .307 . . .274 . . . .307 . . . .307 . . . .353 . . . .275 . . . .353 . . . .353 'Lacy, Dr. Dallas Kerrigan, Nancy . . . Kershner, Thomas ....353 ...,.353 Kessel, Mark .,,,,,,,,,, 353 Key, Charlie ........... 169 "Keyes, Major Billy G. .... 275 Keyes, Pat ......... 63,353 Khavanin, Mohmood .... 353 Kidd, William .......... 353 Kildow, Kathy ,........ 353 Kildow, Randall ..... 70,353 Kilgore, Dee Ann .......353 Kilgore, Larry ..... .... 3 53 Kilgore, Shirley . . . . . . .353 Killian, Michael ... ....353 Kinard, Harold ......... 353 Kinard, Nana ....... 84,307 King, Billy . .... I ...,.353 King, Albert ........... 275 Kincheloe, Albert ..,.... 353 King, Marilyn ..... .... 3 54 King, M. Preston ........ 354 King, Phil ,.... ... ....354 King, Ramona . . ....354 King, Stephen ..... .... 3 54 Kinney, Gordon ... ... .307 Kinsey, Sharon .... .... 3 54 Kirby, Robert . . . Kirk, Judith ... Kirk, Patricia ... Kirk,Shirley .... .....83 ....354 ....354 ....354 Kirkland,John ... ....354 Kirkland, Michael ....... 354 Kirkpatrick, Fred .......354 Kirkpatrick, Jeffrey . , 76,354 Kirkwood, Byron ....... 354 Kisinger, George ........ 354 Klein, John ....... .... 3 54 Klem, Alan . .... .... 3 54 Kline, Jill ............. 354 Kline, Ronald .......... 307 Knickerbocker, Frank 88,307 Knickerbocker, Robbyn . .354 Knickerbocker, Thomas . .307 Knight, Mary ....... 80,307 Knight, Susan ... ....354 Knoles, Frances ... ...,121 Knott, Richard ........ 354 Knowles, Brenda .... 93,354 Knox, Dr. J. Wendall .... 275 Knox, Jim ........,... 117 Knudsen, Paul ......... 354 Kock, Donna ...... 118,81, 124,307 Koebernick, Douglas .... 307 Koehl, Debbie ......... 354 Koerner, William . .81,84,307 Koinonia ............. 110 Koncak, Eric . . . Korol, Tanya . . . Korosech, Joseph Kossbiel, Bernard ....76,354 .......355 ....84,307 .......307 Kraft, Al .............. 355 Kramer, Debi . . . Krenpeling, Hans Kreymer, Robert .. . . . . .355 49,112,307 .......355 Kriegel, Lawrance . . . . 91,307 Krishmaiah, R. . . Krop, Keith .... .......292 .......355 Krueger, Keturam .... 66,355 Kuban, Frank .. .... 115,355 Kubiak, Bill .... Kuntz, Anne .... ....355 ....307 Kuntz, Carolyn... .. . .124 Kvacek, Joseph .... .... 3 55 L Lab Band ............. 149 Lacefield, Larry Lacewell, Larry ....124,307 ........355 Lacey, Janet ........... 355 Lachmund, Roy ........ 355 Lackman, Dr. Howard 275,287 Lacroix, Raymond ...... 355 ........275 LaGrone, Dona ..... 152,355 Lakes, Larry .... Lakota. Blanche LaLonde, Josepn Lamance, David .....355 . . . ..60,355 307 .....81,355 Lamb, Johnny ..... 113,355 LAMBDA Pl .... .....111 Lambert, Alan ......... 355 Lambert, Charles .... 86,355 Looney, Harold L. 358 Lawrence, Cleo ....,.... 355 Lambert, Lana .... 55,61,355 Lamere, Suzanne ....... 355 Lamothe, J. Richard ,.... 307 Lancaster, Brenda ....... 355 Lance, Mike ........ 70,355 Landers, James ......... 355 Landirth, Kris .......... 355 Landman, Dr. Sidney .... 275 Lane, Bobby ...... Lane, Mark . . . Lane, Ulys .... .....169 ......355 ...88,355 Lanford, David ......... 307 Lang, Richard ....... 76,307 Lange, Donna .... Langley, Grady . . . Langston, Billy .. . Langston, Evelyn .....355 ...307 .....355 . . . . 49,355 Langston, Rickey ....... 355 Lantz, Douglas .... . . .355 Larimore, Sharon ......A 355 Larsen, Irene ..,.... 66,355 Larsen, Susan .... Lassen, Lloyd .... Lawler, Robert . . . Lawley, William ... . . . . .355 . . .275 . . .355 . . .275 McGee, James F. . Lawrence, Dr. Kent ...,. 275 Livesay, Don ...... Livermore, James . . . Livingston, J. David . Lloyd, James W. .... Lloyd, Julie .... Lobb, Mikeul ...... Lockard, Melissa .... Locke, Mary Z ...... Locke, Wayne . . . Locker, Branda ..... Lodzhard, Eric A .... Loftis, Bruce . . . Loftis, John .... Logan, Luiann .. Lomax, Vickie .. London, Leigh , . . 69,356 . 67,306 . 70,356 . 72,308 . . . .356 . . . .306 121,356 . .40,66, 134,356 . . . .356 . 67,356 . . . .SUB . 93,356 . 96,308 . 67,356 . . . .356 .67,356 Long, Bernard . . .99,111,308 Long, Linda ........ 56,356 Long, Roger ....... Long, Sharon Marie . Long, Susan .,..... Longley, Alan ...... Longley, Kenneth . . . Lopez, John R. Ill Laws, Wilburn ......... 275 Lawson, Janice ......... 355 Lawson, Richard . . . 124,307 Lawson, Stanley ........ 355 Lawton, George ..... 83,307 Lay, Fred ............. 307 Lay, Jackie ...... 66,146,355 Laymance, Edward ...... 355 Leaman, Gregory ....... 355 Leaverton, Thomas ...... 355 Ledwin, Donna .... . . .307 Lee, Karyn ...... . . .355 Lee, Marvin . . . . . .307 Lee, Richard . . . . . .355 Lee, William ... ...355 Leeper, Dennis .. . . , .355 Lefors, Jeanette ........ 355 Leger, Rodger .......... 355 Leggett, Larry .,....91,307 Leith, Jim .......... 85,307 Leister, Davelyn ........ 159 Leister, Ernest . . . .... .157 Lemond, William .... 69,355 Lenzer, William . . . . . .307 Lepenski, Virginia ..,...292 Lepsnski, Bill ..... . . .355 Leptic, Rickie .... LeRoy, James .... LES CHOISIES .. Lett, Nancy . . . Letz, Martha. . . . . .307 , . .355 . . . 56-57 .. .355 . . .356 Levens, Jack ,,.... .... 1 41 Levesque, Mary ........ 356 Levins, James ...,... 67,356 Levy, David ...... Lewis, Daniel . . . 81 ,87,356 .......356 Lewis, Douglas ......... 356 Lewis, Emmett . , . . . .356 Lewis, Henry .. ...356 Lewis, John . .. . . .275 Lewis, Larry J, . . . . . .308 Lewis, Leigh . . . . . .356 Lewis, Leon . . . Lewis, Mary N . . Lewis, Rex .... Lewis, Scotty . . , ....356 ....356 ....356 ....356 Li, Judy Yi-Bii ......... 292 Libotte, Kristy ..,...... 356 Litchtenwalter, Ray C .... 275 Lide, Linda Carol ....... 356 Liles, Donald ......, 87,308 Lillard, J. C. ........... 356 Lilly, Barbara ......,... 356 Lilly, Jim ........ 83,86,356 Lind, Jon E. ........... 356 Lindecker, Mickey, Jr. . . .356 Lindsey, Ann .......... 356 Lindsey, Roger G. ....,.308 Lindsey, Roger .... ..... 8 4 Lingberg, James . . . . . .356 Linn, Walter ........... 456 Liske, Irene Ursula . . . 58,356 Litrio, John J .......... 275 Litsey, W ......... 118,275 Little, Mary Beth .......356 LlTTLE SISTERS OF THE STAR AND CRESCENT . .78 Littwin, Dale .......... 356 Littwin, Dennis . . . . . .308 Lopez, Joseph G. . . . ....356 ....356 ....356 ....356 ....356 ....356 ....308 ....356 Lo Presti, Charles A. . . 83,308 -x- 4+ Lord, Dick ........ Loughridge, John . . . ....128 ....308 Lovelace, Richard Neil . . .356 Lovelace, Venita .... Loveless, Robert .... Lowery, Joanne .... Loyd, Greg J. ..... . Lubke, Fred .... Lucaa, Ronnie . . . Lucas, Stephen ..... Lucas, William W. . .. .. . . .61 .72,356 . . . .356 .76,356 . . . .356 . . , .356 . . . .356 . . . .275 Luck,Sue . . .51,55,67,81,357 Ludwig, Jane ...,...... 357 Luis, Arthur Il ...... 48,308 Luke, Robert M. G. . 150,357 Lumpkin,James . .. Lunday, Jayne .... 'Lunday, Robert H. . ......94 .....357 .....275 Lyell, James Michael .... 357 Lyles, James .... , . Lynch, Carolvn . . . . .... 357 . . . . .357 Lynch, John Michael .... 357 Lynch, Leslie ..... Lynch, Linda ..... Lynch, Margaret . . . Lynn, Robert M. .. Lynn,Sharon K. . . Lynn,Tommy . . . Mc McAdams, John .... McAfee, Hugh D. . . McCain, Dr. Garvin . . McCall, Kenneth .... McCall, Wayne ..... McCarroll, John .... McCarthy, Mary Jane McCarty, Bob ...... McCarty, B rad ford McCarty, Michael D. . McCaskill, Linda. McClaine, Karen .... .....357 357 1 135,357 ....357 ....357 ....357 . 275,308 . . . .286 . . . .357 . 88,308 . . . .308 . .51,55, 67,357 . 83,357 ....357 ....357 .154,56, 234,357 ....357 McClellan, Jim . . 95,292,357 McClelland, John ....... 357 McClendon, Mark ....... 357 McCleskey, Robert ...... 357 McClinton, Bill ...... 87,357 McClonton ll, Travis 112,357 McComic, John A ....... 308 McConnell, Dr. John W. . .275 McConnell, Les ..... 114,357 McConnell, Ronald ...... 357 McCorkle, Bill ..... 115,308 McCormack, Barbara .... 357 lVlcCormack, Carl ....... 357 McCormick , Jimmie ..... 357 McCormick, John .... 76,357 McCovvn, Bob ....... 84,308 McCoy, Michael E. ...... 308 McCoy, Mickey . .56,228,357 +McCrady, Dr. William B. . .275 McCrea, Dr. Joan ....... 275 McCrory, Kelly L. . .... 57 McCune, Judith . . . . . .357 McDade, Jean .... ..... 3 57 McDaniel, Bob ........ Gregory . . 120,292 Howard, Jr. . . .357 McDaniel, Max Von ..... 308 McDonald, David ....... 358 McDonald, Elaine ....... 358 McDonald, Linda ....... 358 McDonald, Marvin ...... 358 McDonald, Richard ..... 358 McDougal, Gary ........ 358 Charles T. ..... 83 McDaniel, McDaniel, McDowell McDowell, Dr. Charles T. McDowell, Claudine , . .. McDowell McDowell , Dr. Robert E. .357 .275 .293 .285 , Sharon A. 123,358 McDuff, Mike . . ...,... 358 McDuffie, John B. ...... 358 McEacher McElroy, McElroy, McElyea, McFadin, McFadin, n, Eric ........ 358 Joseph .,...... 358 Mike ......,. .358 Michael T ..,... 358 Donna ........ 358 Douglas Everett . . .358 Macsisak, Stephen ...... 359 Madden, John ....... 48,359 Madewell, J. D .......... 359 Magnon, Vanita ........ 308 'Mahan, Jack ....... 150,276 Mahan, Jeri ...... 67,114,359 Mahanay, Randal ....... 359 Mahoney, Dan ......... 359 'Mahoney, James M. . 150,276 Mahoney, Lynn ........ 359 Maines, Dashelle ..... 63,359 Malcom, Martha ........ 359 Malone, Georgann Malone, Mike .......... 359 Maloney, Charlene ...... 359 Malott, Brett ...... . . .77 Maly, John ..... Maner, Doland .... .... 3 59 Mangrum, William Manning, Billy ......... 359 Manohar, Alloiu ........ 359 Manrriguez, Nicholas .... 359 Manrum, William ........ 81 Mante, Marley ......... 359 Mantizuranis, Antonio . . .359 Mantooth, Edmond . 112,309 Manypenny, Virginia .... 359 . ..... 359 ....359 ......309 Mayhew, Jerry . . Mayo, Constance Mayo, James .... Mayo, Stephen . . Mays, Diana . . Mays, James .... Meacham, Mike . . .... 360 . . . . . . .360 . .... 360 . .... 360 .. . .360 .......360 .......360 Meacham, Dr. William . . .276 "Mead, Wesley . . . .......276 Meade, John ........ 77,309 Meador, Cynthia . Meadows, Grady . Meazell, Bobby . . Mecaskey, Beverly Medlen, Donna . . Medlen, George . Mehaffey, W. R. . Meier, Dr. F. A. . Meier, Fred ..... Meister, Lee .... Melton, Connie. . Meltzer, Rosalie . Melvin, Linda . . . Mendez, Lou . . . Merkley, Donald , MerreIl,John ... .......360 .......360 .......360 . . . . . . .360 . . . . 77,309 . .... 360 . .... 276 ....360 ....360 . .... 361 . .... 293 ....361 .......361 . . . .85, 309 .. . . 70,361 McGee, Larry Gene . . McGee, Sandy ...... . . .358 . . .358 McGihray, Don. . . McGill, Jerry .. McGlasson, Lee . . McGough, Sheila . McGregor, Marvin . McGregor, Thomas McGuffey, Nancy . McGuire, Patricia . McKay, Charleen H McKay, Charles .. McKeage, James E. McKee, Frank E. . McKee, Guy S. ... McKee, Larry .,.. McKennon, Phillip W.. McKenzie, James . McKeown, Larry .... McKinney, Henry .... McKinney, Jerry ..... McKown, Mike ...... McLaughlin, A. Austin McLaughlin, Larry . . .358 76,358 . .308 . . .358 . . .308 . . .358 . . .358 . . .358 . . .358 . . .358 . . .308 . . .358 . . .358 83,358 . . .308 . . .358 . . .358 , . .308 . . . .35 . . .358 . . .359 . . .359 McLaughlin, Lynda Lee . 231, McLaughlin, J. Steven McLaughlin, Jerry , . . McLean, Jeanne ..... McLean, John ....... McLeland, Michael . . . McLendon, Mary .... McLerran, Linda ..... McMahen, Dale. . . McMahon, Bryan . . . McMillan, Mike ..,.. McMullin, Sheryl .... McMurry, Robert J. .. McMurtre, Mary S. . . . McNairn, Joan ...... McNatt, Suzanna .. . McNeese, Martin E. . . 359 . . .359 . . .308 . . .359 . . .359 . . .359 . . .359 61,359 . . .359 . 76,359 . 70,359 . . .359 . . ,359 . . .359 . . .308 . 58,308 . . .359 McNelIie, Johnnie. , . 154,359 McNennamy, Roger N. . . .359 McNulty, Dr. C. L. . . 275,288 McPherson, Don ..... 85,308 McQueen, Eual . . . ... .359 McQuerry, James .... ...308 McRae, Billy J .... ...... 2 76 McRae, Dawn .... 85,163,359 McRee, Robert L ..... 95,308 McRoght, W. C. ........ 359 McRoberts, John E. . . 88,308 McRuiz, Ronald ... McSpadden, Larry D. . McVean, Michael . . McVean, Morris . . . McWhorter, Jerry . . McWilliams, Stanley M Mabry, Frank . . Mach, William .... Mack, Johnny .... Mack, Karen ..... Maclaughlin, Guy . . . . .359 . . .308 . . .308 . . .359 . . .359 111,308 ...308 . . .359 . . .359 . . .359 . . . .91 -is Manz, Alfred ....... 88,309 Marazzine, Pam . . . . 123,359 March, Paul ........ 85,359 Marcum, Jim ..... Mardis, Robert .... . 170,175 67,88,309 Marin, John ........ 72,309 Markham, Marla ...... 48,85 120,309 Markham, Roy ...... 81,309 Marks, Dave ....... 114,359 Marlett, Jerry .... Maroney, Mike . . . Marosak, David . . . Marques, Marie . . . i'Marques, R.J. .. Mars, James . . . Mars, Jerry ..,.. Marsh, Paula .... Marshall, Carl .... Marshall, Judy ... Marshall, Lynn . .. Marslett, David . . . Martin, Billy ..... Martin, Carolyn . . Martin, Charles . . . Martin, Claire .... Martin, Danny . . . Martin, Danfvin . . . Martin, David .... Martin, Diane .... Martin, Ellajean . . Martin, George . . . Martin, Ray .... Martin, Louise ... Martin, Richard . . Martin, Sam ,.... Martin, Sherry . . . Martin, Shirley . . . Martin, Stephen . . Martin, Virginia .. Martindale, Maxine Martinez, Larry . . Marusak, David . . . Marzonie, Francia . Mason, Jerri ..... Mason, Mike ..... Massengale, Judy . Massengale, Michael Massey, Nolen . . . Mastin, Charles . . . Matheson, John . . Mathews, Dorothy Mathews, Ronald . Mathis, Beverly. . . Mathis, Jerry .... Mathis, William. .. Matlock, Robert . . Matthews, Barbara Matthews, Frank . ....359 ....359 ....359 ....359 ....276 ....309 ....309 ... . . .360 . . . 70,360 ....360 ....360 ....360 ......360 ......360 . . . 72,360 ....360 ....360 ....309 ......359 . . . 63,309 . . 124,309 ....359 ....360 ....360 ......360 ...69,360 ..120,360 ......360 ..135,360 ......360 ......360 ......360 . . 112,360 . . . 63,360 ......360 ......360 .,....276 .....72 ......226 ......360 ......360 ...83,309 ......360 ......360 ......360 ......360 Matthews, Sharon ....... 360 Matthias, Dr. Hubert .... 276 Maughon, Kenneth Maurer, Michael ........ 360 Maxwell, Gary .,....... 309 Maxwell, Robert ..... 72,360 May, Cindy ............ 360 May, James ...... 67,309,360 Mayfield, Lynda ........ 360 "Mayfield, Richard ....... 276 Merritt, Joe ........... 361 Metcalf, Roger ......... 361 Metcalf, Ruth .... 81,123,309 'Mitchell Metts, Marilyn . . Meyer, Kathy . . . Meyer, Robert . . Michael, Thomas Michels, Victor . . Michka, J. M. . . . Middick, Mary .. Middleton, K. D. Middlebrook, Sam Mikel, Roisann . . Milburn, Larry . . Miles, Cathy .... Miller, Bobby .. . Miller, Douglas . . Miller, Kathy .. . Miller, Lee . . . Miller, Loyal .... Miller, Pam ... Miller, Peggy .... Miller, Richard .. Miller, Richard . . Miller, Robert . .. Miller, Ruth .. Miller, Sandra . .. Miller, Tommy .. Miller, William .. Milliken, Vaughn Milliman, Sharon Mills, Christopher Mills, Diana .... Mills, J. Richard . Mills, Ronnie . .. Millssola, Milton . Mindrup,Di-lvid . Mineau, Geraldine Miner, Terre .... Minter, Larry . . . Minton, Joseph . . Miracle, Cindy . . Mitchell, Anna . . .......310 ....67,361 ...119,310 .......310 . .... 156 . .... 361 . .... 361 .......310 ......310 .......361 . .... 361 ....361 ......310 . . . 114,361 . . . 123,361 .. . . 88,361 ......361 ....361 .. . 58,310 . .... 361 . .... 361 . .... 361 ....361 ....361 . .... 361 . .... 276 .......310 .......310 .......310 . .... 310 ....87,310 . .... 361 .......361 .......361 . . 123,280 .62,155,361 .. . . 82,361 . .... 361 . . . . . . .361 . . . 121,292 Mitchell, Dr. A. Richard . .276 Nlitchell, Bill .... .. . 174,362 Mitchell, Clayton ,...... 310 Mitchell, Danny ..... 86,362 Mitchell, David ......... 362 Mitchell, Dennis . . .... 362 Mitchell, Donald ........ 362 Mitchell, Harry ..... 113,362 Mitchell, Larry ......... 362 Mitchell, Lloyd. . .48,127,362 Mitchell, Lyonell ....... 362 Mitchell, Mike ......... 230 ,Mildred ....... 277 'Mitchell, Dr. Roger ...... 277 Mobley, James ..... 111,362 Modgling, Gary ......... 362 Mohn, Dr. Norman ...... 277 Mole, Anita ........... 362 Molina, Moises . .113,149,362 Moller, Ann .... .......161 Moncrief, Charles ....... 362 Monds, Clarence ........ 362 Monreal, Wally ...... 69,362 Monroe,John ....... 91,310 Montgomery, Barry . 113,362 Montgomery, James ..... 362 Montgomery, Robert .... 362 Morrow, Johnny . . , Monzingo, William ...... 362 Nicholson, Luana . . . Moody, William ... ...362 Moon, Michael . . . . . .362 Mooney, Boyd . . . . . .362 Moore, Becky .... . . .362 Moore, Cynthia ........ 362 Moore, David ....... 67,362 Moore, Gary . . . . , . 77,362 Moore, Hugh . . ..... 111 Moore, Jackie .... . . .310 Moore, Larry .... ..... 3 62 Moore Marie ....... 91,362 'Moore 1 Dr. Marion ...... 277 .....363 Moore, Morris . ..... 113,362 Moore, Perry .......... 362 Moore, Phyllis ..... Moore, Raymond . . . 121,310 . 67,310 Moore, Richard ........ 362 Moore, Robert ..... Moore, Ronnie ..... Moore, Stanley ..... Moore Stephen ..,. Moore, Sharon . . Moran, Sharon ..... Morawski, Paul . . . , . Morehouse, Stephen ....363 . . . .310 127,363 ...,310 ...363 . . . .363 .77,363 . .,.. 363 Morey, Gary ........... 363 Morgan,Jimmie ... Morgan, Reed . . . Morin, Ronald .. ....363 ....363 .....363 Morosco, John ...... 70,363 Morosky, Linda . . ....310 Morris, Ashley ......... 310 Morris, Barbara . . .61, Morris, Bill ........ 141 ,363 155,363 Morris, Charles ......... 310 Morris, Donald ......... 363 Morrison, Ronnie . . Morrow, James . . . . Morrow, Jane ..... Morse, Bobbie .... Morse, Linda .... Morton, A'Nelle . .. Morton, Bill ...... Moseley, Tom ..... Moseley, Kerry .... Moser, Hana ...... Moses, Dale . . . Moses, Roy . . . Mosher, Bill . . Mosher, Bill .. Moses, Roy... Moss, Kent . . . Motley, Jerry . . . . Motley, Lavon ..,. Motley, Ronnie . . Mouck, Bill ...... Moulder, Dennis . . . . .... 67 .....363 .....363 72,73,363 .....363 ...,311 .....363 .....363 81,94,311 . . . . . .83 .124,311 .....363 . . . .157 ....311 ....311 . ,. .157 ....363 .....363 ..83,363 ....363 ....277 ... . .363 Moulder, Patricia ....... 363 Moyer, William .,....... 363 Mozeleqaki, Robert .,...363 Mozisek, Michael ,..... .363 Mueller,William ..... 81,311 Mulcahy, Carl ..... Mulder, Andrea . . . Mullican, Mary June Mullins, Jerry ..... .113,120, 127,311 .....363 .....363 .....363 Murchison, Dr. John ..... 277 Murphree,James .. Murphy, David .... Murphy, Frank .... Murphy, George ... Murphy, John ..... Morris, Duane ..,. 85,125,310 311 Morris, Gary ........... Morris, Phillip. . . Morris, Russ . . . ....363 ....363 Morris, Tim .... .... 3 11 Morrison, Morrison, Morrison, Morrison, Morrison, John ......... 311 Kenneth ...... 363 Loris ......... 363 Michael .... 88,363 Ronald 88,311,363 Murphy, Larry .... Murphy, Marsha . . . Murphy Richard .. Murphy Murrell, Thoma .....363 .....363 ..95,363 . . . . .363 , . 86,363 .....363 .....363 , Teresa .... 110,363 Musacchio, Fred . . Musser, Steven . . . Myers, Christine Myers, Gloria . s ........ 311 ....363 ....363 ........363 ......56,363 Myers, Pam ....... 'Myklestad, Dr. N.C. Mynar, Joe ....... Myrtis, Jordon . . . N Nagel, Mary E. .... ....363 .....277 . . .363 . . .363 ....364 Nagy,Arthur S., Jr. ..... 311 Nance, Aron C .......... 364 Nail, Linda Darlene ..... 364 Narunsky, Morris ..,.. 48,85, Nataneti, Arom . . NATIONAL 94,311 . . .364 PANHELLENIC ......... 51 Naylor, Terry ....... 87,364 Neal, David . . . .... 230,364 Neal, Jamie. . . ..... .364 Neal, Larry .... . . .364 Neal, Nancy ... ...364 Neal, Susan... ..... .364 Neal, Terry ............ 364 Neel, James J ...... 81,95,311 Neely, Don ......... 77,364 Neeley, Jane ........ 61,364 Neeley, Russell Freeman .364 Negyessy, Dr. Arpad ..... 277 Neiswander, Jaci ........ 364 Nelms, Kathy .... .....311 Nelson, Barbara ..,..... 364 Nelson, Claiborne ....... 364 Nelson, Gary E. ........ 364 Nelson, Glenn E. ....89,311 Nelson, Sheilah R. ...... 311 Nelson, Dr. Wallace B. . . .277 Neslony,James J. ....... 364 Neumann, Gaylon . . . 89,364 Neville, John W. ........ 364 Nevison, David ... ..,..364 Newberry, Doris ...,.... 364 Newcomb, K erry .......152 Newquist, Keith B .... . . .364 Newquist, Kraig .... 115,364 Newson, Gary ....... 77,311 Ninn, Betty ....... 111,311 Nichold, Walter . Nicholls, Susan .. Nichols, ........67 .......364 Robert Deno .... 311 Oblak, J0lir1S., Jr ,Fa "Nicholson, J. C. ... Nichols, Thomas ,.,... ..364 Nichols, Walter ......... 364 Nichols, William D ...,... 364 Nickell, Mike ..... Nickels, Robert . . . Nickels, Ronald . . . Nicickols, Fred .... ....277 ...56 ....364 ....311 ....311 ....364 Nipp, E Nisbet, llen ..... A. Ross.. Nix,Steward D. . Nixon, John ., Noble, Gary .... Noell, Robert ... Nogueira-Martins, Nolan, Ronal J. . Nolan, R. L. .... Norman, Rick... Norris, Norris, Dan .... Danny . . . Norris, Gerald L. Norris, Norris, Larry E. . Penny . . . North, Donald . Northcutt, Jeanie ....311 .. .,., 311 .. .... 311 ....364 .......155 .......364 Carlos .277 .......311 ....277 ....311 ....311 .. .... 364 ,, .... 277 .. .... 364 ....364 ...,67,364 Norton, Danah ...,. 118,311 Norton, Dinah ...... 58,364 Norton, Dinah Jean ..... 311 , Thomas M. . . 70,364 Nosal, Craig .... Norton Novak, Gene .... Novotny, David . Nunn, Pam ..... .......364 . .... 364 .......364 Nystrom, Barbara Ann . . .364 O Oates, Jerry . . .... 364 Oats, Allen .. . . . . .364 Oats, Roy M. ... ....364 Obert, Grace .... .... 3 64 J J Odell, Mohammed 39,364 Odom, Dr. Wayne 95,277 Odom, Dr. Luther . , .287 Ogawa, Carole . . . , 311 Ohlak, John ...,.... 95 Olcott, Eric Rex ...,. 77,364 Oliver, Larry .,,,. 94,123,311 Oliver, Michael D ,...,. 311 Oliver, Sharon .....,.. 152 Oliver, Sheila ...,... . ,364 Ommidvarbour, Kamran Jr. 311 O'Neal, Dr, Cothburn ,... 277 O'Neal, Suzan ....,...,. 364 Ord, Biff ..,.,...... 55,364 Orthwein, Shirley . . .364 Othon, Felix William ...311 Ortman, Christie John . . .365 Osborne, Lynn E. . . ,365 Othon, Felix ....... ..,. 8 9 Ots, Sandy ...,........ 365 Overbeck, Ronald Wayne ,365 Overbeck, Ronnie ......., 70 Overton, Phillip ........ 365 Overton, Robert E ....... 365 Overton, Robert .... .... 7 O Owen, Charles ......... 365 Owen, Fred E. ......... 311 Owen, Jan ...... 63,228,366 Owen, Stephen E. . . .365 Oxford, Michael E ...,... 312 Oxford, Michael E ...,... 111 Oxford, Mickey . .... 95 P Pace, Melvylin . . 49,365 Pacheco, Alfonso . . .365 Padgett, George G. ....., 365 Page, E. C. ..... . . .278 Page, Glen B. .. ...365 Page, Larry L. , . . . .312 Pakan, Phyllis . .. ...312 Palangian, Jack . . . , .278 1 1 ' . . l x xi J. ,S ,, tv K Pannell, Sharon ..... 81,124, 129,112,312 Pardo, Terry L .......... 312 Parham, Phil ........... 365 Parham, Ron ..... 48,96,312 Park, Donald Oklen . . 83,365 Parker Parker Dean ..,..,. 143,312 Dick ........... 365 Parker, Faust R. Jr. . 119,292 Parker FredW Jr. ...83,365 Payne, James ... .. Payne, Lauran ..... . 77,366 . 67,366 Payne, Martha B. ....... 366 Pearce, James Earl . . . 81,312 Pearson, Jackie .......,. 292 Pearson, Sylvia .,..,. 95,366 Pacchi, Jerome R ..... 87,312 Pechal, Johnie . . . .... .366 Pechal Johnny ... .... .116 Peck, Dennis K. .. .....366 PHI DELTA THETA . . 74,75 PHl MU ............ 62,63 Philley, Martha . .. ...367 Phillips, Dale .... . . .312 Phillips, Elliene .... ...367 Phillips, Kenneth ....... 367 Phillips, Ray . ..,......, 312 Phillips, Ted ...,... 114,367 Phipps, William A. ..,... 367 Phipps, William Harry . 83,312 ...,367 Pittman, Kerry ,........ 367 Parker, Homer R. .... 89,312 Parker, Lynn V. .... 113,365 Parker, Marsha Ellen ..,.. 365 Parker, Michael Wayne . . .365 Parker, Patricia E .,.. 124,129, 312 Parker, Richard ..... 83,365 Parker, Stephen ........ 365 Parker, Tom ..... Parks, Barbara . . . Parks, James . . . Parrich, Bruce ..., Parrish, Gene .......... Parrish, Gene .......... 365 312 365 365 365 .83 Perry, David M. . . .... 366 Pegram, Bruce . . . ..... 312 Pehkonen, Elaine .... 58,366 Pelaseyed, Massud . . 120,312 Peniston, Antohony ..... 366 Penn, Nathan J. ........ 366 Penney, Lester F. . . . 113,312 Pennock, Len ....... 77,366 Penny, Kenneth ..,,.... 366 Pentecost, Patricia Ann , .312 an 4 Pepper, Ronald ......... 312 Perez, Ernest .......... 366 Perkins, Ernest Ray ..... 278 Perkins, Peggy Ruth ..... 366 Pascador, Mary Frances . .365 Paschal, Dayton . . .72,73,312 Perricone,Marilyn . . . 129,366 Perricone, Maria ......... 58 Pickard, David ......... 367 Pickett, Robert E. 77,113,367 Pierce, Melvin L. Dr. . . 92,278 Pigg, Kenneth ...... 114,367 Piles, Jimmy ........,.. 367 Piner, Ouida ..... Pinkenomelll ...271 ..,.91 Pinion, Michiel .,....... 367 Pinkerton, Bill ......... 367 Pinson, David . 83,85,113,367 Piotrowski, Carol ....... 367 Pitchford, Robert . . . . 77,367 Plattner, Arden ......... 367 Plechus, Gregory A. ..... 312 Pleiner, David Joe ....... 367 'Prewitt, Patel, Maqbool H ....... Patrick, Christopher ..... Patrick, Christy ........ Patte rso n Patterson Donald ....... , Garry .....,.. .365 366 .70 366 365 Plowien, Jack .......... 367 Plunk, Bennye ..,.. 119,312 Podsednik, William A. Jr. .367 Poindexters, Susan ...... 367 Polk, B.J. .......... 70,367 Polk, Kenneth L. ..... . .367 Pollard, Karen ...62,116,312 Patterson Daniel .....,. 365 'Patterson Dr. John David 278 Patterson Linda .... 110,365 Patterson Margarett ..... 365 Patterson Randal ....... 365 'Patterson, Robert A. .... 278 Patterson, Shirley ....... 366 Patton, David J. . . Patton, Micki .... . .... 366 .312 Patton, Tonya Rae . . . 84,312 "Perry, Bruce ..... . . .278 Perry, Doyal E .... . . .312 'Perry, Jane ..... . . .278 Perry, Stan ..... ...312 Perryman, Bill ......... 312 Peters, Charles E. ....... 366 Peters, Jennifer ......... 366 Peters, William Z. ....... 367 Peterson, David . .49,83,120, 113,312 Peterson, James ........ 367 Peterson, Richard ....... 367 Peterson, Suzann ....... 312 Petrelli, Lvnn ....... 56.312 Petri, Clarence, James .... 367 Pond,William C ......... 367 Poocter, Sandi . . . . . .367 Pool, Robert. . . . ..367 Poore, Roger , . ...... 367 Pope, David ........ 95,367 Pope, Linda ........... 367 Porterfield, Michael S. . . .367 Postlewaite, William F.150,278 Paul, Karen ............ 312 Paxton, Orsen E. . . .... 366 Paxton, Orsen . . . . . . . .70 Paxton, Orsen . . ...... 70 Payne, Arla Jo ..... 119,312 Payne, Gary ...... 72,73,366 Petruccelli, Ann ..., . . .293 Pflaster, Ziegried S, . . . .367 Pfeffer, Eugene ,.... . . ,367 Phelps, Russ ....... . . .367 Phelps,William R. ...87,312 PHl GAMMA DELTA . 70,71 Potter, Toni ........... 367 Pottinger, James ..... 85,312 Pottkotter, Ray ........ 313 Potts, Sammy Joe ....... 367 Pouzar, Robert ........ 367 Powell, Bill ..... .... 8 3 Powell, Dorothy . .81,118,313 Powell Dr. J.D .......... 27 Powell, James R. ....... 367 Powell, William K. ...... 367 Powell, William P ........ 367 Poynor, Wesley J ..... . . .367 Prado, Jose ........ 149,367 Prado, Terry ............ 89 Prater, Susan Kay ....... 367 Prather, VaIVance ...... 367 Prehoditch, Kenneth E. . .367 Preston, Eugene ........ 313 Preston, Gene .....,.... 115 Preston, John R ......... 367 Preston, Mike ...... 111,367 Prewett, R. Graham ..... 278 Audra Laverne . .278 Price, Donna ....... 142,130 Price, Kenneth Ray Prince, Mel .,.... Prince, Richard Dee Pringle, James .... Pritchett,Jimmy . Privett, Freddy . . . Prochaska, Frank J. Procter, Sandy . . . Provence, Sam . . . Pruet, Joyce Hope ....367 .77,313 ....367 ...77,229 ......367 ..7O,367 ......367 ......368 .....118, 121,313 Pruitt, Carroll Lee . . 123,368 Pruitt, Leonard E. ...... 368 Ptacek, John W. . . Puckett, Gary Lynn Pugh, Sheri ...... Pullen, Thomas... Purcy, lra Odell . . Purdy, Mevan .. . Puryear, Bob .... Putman, Tony G. . Puyear, Glenn W. . Pyle, Jerry ...... 112,368 ....368 ...,368 ....368 ....368 ....368 ......368 ......368 ......368 Pyle, Ronald E. , . .49,81,313 Q Qualls, Charlie . . . . . .169 Oualls, Richard Grady . 48,91 Quales, Bill ........ 114,168 Ouattlebaym, James ..... 368 Ouillin, Calla .......... 368 Ouillin, Sandi ...... 123,368 Quinn, William Rix ...... 368 R Flabeck, Randy Lee . . .368 Raborn, Westley . . . . .313 Rabroker, Mary . . . . .368 Radell, Stanley . . . . . .368 Rador, Chris ..... . . .368 Raffeno, Jeannette . . .313 Haimondo,James . . . .368 Rakes, James M. ..... 94,368 Ramette, Janice ..... 49,313 Ramirez, Mario. . . . . .369 Ramsey, Judd ..., . . .169 Ramsey, Michael J. 91,123 Randolph, Susan ....... 369 Range, Fritz S. ......... 369 Rankin, James Gary . . .369 Ranson, Jon ..... . . .369 Rao, Kamisetty .277,278,282 Rapps, Elizabeth J. . . .369 Rashti, Jacob .......... 313 Ratcliff, Howard T, . . .369 Ratliff, Robert ......... 369 Raven, Craig ..... . . .369 Rawe, Donald .......... 313 Rawlings, Virginia ...... 369 Rawlinson, Linda ....... 369 Rawls, A. Donald ....... 369 Ray, Brett ......... 70,369 Ray, Debbie ...231 Ray, Linda .... ...369 Ray, Melvin ..... . . .369 Ray, Michael S, .. . . .369 Ray, Phillip . . .. .369 Ray, Roger ......... 69,369 Ray, Vicki ....,....... 369 Ray, William Lee ....... 369 Raymond, Michael ...... 313 Raymond, Suzan ....... 369 Reader, A. L. lll ........ 369 Reagan, Ann L. ..... 61,313 Ream, Linda ..... .... 3 69 'Reaser, Donald . . . . . . .279 ....369 Reasonover, J. T. . . . Rebel Band ........ Redmon, Nancy J. .. Reed, Barbara .... Reed, Craig ........ Reed, Debbie ...... Reed, Roger .... . . Reed, Stanley C ..... Reeder, Keith Elton Reese, Richard R. . . Reese, Martha .... 'Reeves, Bill ....... Reeves, Bobby John Reeves, Danny Lynn Reeves, Rickey .... Reeves, Edward C. . Reeves, Phillip L. .. . . . .313 150-151 . . . .369 ... . .61 ... .117 160,313 ....369 ..89,95, 125,313 ....369 ....369 . . . .369 . . . .279 .....369 ....369 .....313 ..77,313 .....313 Reibenspies, Christine . . .369 Reichenstein, Juliana .... 369 Reid, Douglas Craig Reifle, Sherry .... Reinhardt, Cindy . . . Reinwald,W. Ross .. Remington, Pat .... Renfro, Bryan ..... Resener, Guy C. . . Resiveir, John. . . Rex, Jack ....... Reyna, S. Miguel . . . Reynolds, CArolyn . . Reynolds, Charles . .. Reynolds, Carolyn . . Reynolds, Charles . . . Reynolds, Nancy . , . ....369 Reichenstein, Karl . . . . 70,369 Reid, Susan ....... ....369 ....369 ....369 119,313 . 70,369 . 67,369 ....369 .....67 ....369 ....369 ....369 ....369 ....369 ....369 ....369 Rhea, Dalton ..... 49,81,313 Rhoads, Charlene . . . Rhoads, Mike . . . Rice, Sammy .... Richards, Dr. E.R. .. Richards, Nancy .... Richards, Steve ..... ....369 ....369 ....313 ....279 ....369 Sesson, Eugene Cole . 114,373 . 85,315 'Schember, Kurt Alan Sabedra, Alfred . . . Scott, Michael ..... . 77,372 Richardson, Donald W .... 313 Richardson, Howard D.89,314 Richardson, Jackie . . . 67,369 Richardson, Janet Esther .314 Richardson, J. D. ....... 369 Richardson, J. Michael . . .369 Richardson, Marcus ..... 369 Richardson, Scott ....... 369 Richey, Cindy ...... 67,369 Richey, Donald L. ...... 314 Richie, Gary Wayne ..... 369 Richter, David ......... 314 Rickard, Keith ..... 116,370 Rickard, Walter ........ 113 Rickman, Eddie ........ 313 Riddle, John Phillip . . 67,370 Ridings, Joyce ......... 370 Riley, Horace E. ........ 370 Riordan, Margaret M. . . . 112, 129,370 Risner, Linley .......... 370 Ritchey, Donald E ....... 127 Rittiman, Dana L. . . . 83,370 Ritz, Gwendolyn A. ..... 370 Roark, Gary ........... 370 'Roark, W. F ............ 279 Robbins, Brian A ........ 314 Robbins, James L. .72,73,370 Robbins, Judy ......... 314 Robbins, Larry ......... 370 Roberts, Don T. ..,..... 314 Roberts, Elizabeth . . . 84,314 Roberts, James D. ...... 370 Roberts, Richard ....... 370 Roberts, Richard Dee .... 370 Roberts, Ricky M. . . . 96,370 Roberts, Sheryl ........ 370 Roberts, William K. ..... 314 Robertson, Dan ....... 127, 163,370 Roberson, Gary Wayne. . .370 Robertson, Gwendolyn . .370 Robertson, Michelle ..... 370 Robertson,Sherry . Robinson, Alan . . . Robinson, Diann . . Robinson, Gary ... Robinson, Harry . . . Robinson, Hilton . . Robinson, James B. Robinson, Jolyn ... Robinson, Larry Lee Robinson, Larry R. Robinson, Shelia, S. .....370 ...370 .....370 . . 91,314 . . 49,314 .....370 .....314 .....370 ....370 .....370 .....370 Robinson, Thomas Craig .370 Robinson, W. M .... Robison, David .... Robison, Walt ..... Rodgers, F. Lee . . . . 123,314 .....370 ...370 .....370 Rodgers, Hannelore ..... 370 Rodgers, Martha ...... 55,62 Rodgers, Ronnie . . .....370 'Rodnitzky, Dr. Jerome . . .279 Rodriguez, Daniel . Rodriguez, Fred . . Rodriguez, Henry . Rodriguez, Henry . Rodriguez, Rafe! . .....370 .....370 .....370 .....370 ..,..149 Roe, Steve .... . . 71,314 Rogers, Connie . . . .... .370 Rogers, Forrest. . . . . .370 Rogers, Hanley . . . . . .370 Rogers, Karen ..,. . . .370 Rogers, Kay ... ...370 Rogers, Ken ... ...127 Rogers, Linda .... . . .370 Rogers, Mike .. ..... 370 Rogers, Nancy ...... 63,370 Rogers, Thomas . . ..... 123 Rogers, Thomas .. . . 81,314 Rogstad, Paul .... ..... 3 70 Rollans, Dennis .. . . 77,314 Rose, Denise... . .....370 Rose, Alan ...... . . .136 Rose, Constance . . . . .370 Rose,D.W. .....314 Rose, James ... . . .314 Rose, Robert .... ...314 Roselle, Ken ..... Rosenthal, Arlene . .....1l52 .....370 Ross, Charles ,..... 123,370 Ross, Charles . . ..... 370 Ross, Michael . . . . .370 Rourke, Ruth .... ..... 3 70 Rowan, Jerry . . . . 94,370 Rowe, Joe .... ..... 3 70 Rowley, David . . . . . .370 Ruff, Richard ..... . . .370 Runyon, Douglas . . . . .370 Rush, Margaret . . . . . .370 Rushing, Larry . . . Rusnah, Sharon . . . Russell, Celia ..... Russell, Gene .. Russell, John .... ' Russum, Issac ..... Rutherford, James . Rutland, Myra .... Rutledge, Larry . . . Ruyle, Brian ..... Ryan, Ralph ..... Rychlik, Regina ... Rylic, Mike .... S Saari, Brian ...... Sabatucci, Cindy . . Saffaffans, Cynthia . Sage, John ....... Sailers, Retha .... Samijlenko, Nick . . Sanborn, Clay .... Sanders, John ..... Sanderson, Connie . Sandlin, Dickie .... Sandlin, Sandy ... Sands, Barbara . . . Sanford, Roger .... Sanford, Sandy .... Sanges, Earl . . . SANS SOUCI . . Sard, Russell ..... Sarratt, Michael . . . Saunders, Bill ..... ... . .371 ... . .371 . 118,124 . . . . .371 .. . . .371 ..94,279 . . . . .371 ...314 ...314 ...371 . . .135 ...371 ...371 .....371 ..67,130, 143,371 . . . . .371 ..58,314 . . .371 ...371 . . .314 ...371 . . .371 .. . . .314 . . .371 ...371 ...371 ,... .371 . . 71,314 .. . . .371 .. . 54-55 . . . . .371 . . . . .371 46,48,77, 85,114,160 is Saunders, Diana, ........ 372 Savage, Leslie .......,.. 372 Sawey, Richard . . . . . 89,314 Sawey, Robert ..... Sawyer, Robert . . 'Saxe, Allan ..... Saxon, J. Curtis . . Scaggs, Clarence .... Scaggs, James ..., 124,914 ....314 ....287 ....372 ....372 ....372 Scanlan, Sue .........,. 314 Scarborough, James Schaffner, Daniel . Scharf, Carl ..... Scheck, Marilyn . . . . 94,372 ......372 ....279 ....372 Schelper, Pat .......... 314 Schwemmer, Karl ....... 123 Searcy, Bobby ......,.. 373 Seate, Steve ........... 155 Sechrist, Rhonda Carol . . ,372 Secord, Charles ......... 372 Segal, Harash .......... 314 Segheis, Edwin .,....... 315 Seifert, Arthur . . .46,127,372 Seifollahi, Nik Saeed .... 315 Seilheimer, Don ........ 177 Self, Linda ............ 315 Self, Ronnie Lee ....,... 373 Self, Sharon ....,... 63,373 Self, Dr. William ........ 120 Seller, David N. Senior, Alexa .......... 373 .,...85,315 Sheets, Robert ......... 3 73 Sheldon, Vicki .67,134,144, 220,227,373 Shelton, Gary .......,,. 315 Shelton, Jack , . . . . . .373 Shelton, Janet . . .... 373 Shelton, Johnny .....,.. 373 Shepard, David ......... 373 Shepard, Wiley David ,... 373 Shepard, William . . . Shepard, William D, Sheppard, David Sheppard. Barrv Sheppard, S. D. Sheppard, Elizabeth ...,119 ....315 ....373 ....373 .71,373 ....373 Sessions, Patricia . .81,84,315 Sheppard. Jeff . . . . . . .373 .. 'Ir ni wig. , J , J, r . 'Q XY r 'JW .: - -"M .K Q' - . b -lg A,QV,-ana! au.- ' i ,f - . . . ,- 5 1 '.-1 '7f4.T'.'. , 'mf' ', ff' , ' .4 Wg 1..2W- --.,-.rf .2-fs21'.1fr.fZf.'-0 iff.-3,3535 riff" 4.-. 2122 A v :V if..-4. fs . . fi .",1!'42s' 51.4-.1 ..4Ltnl,ffQ: ' - ' - ---. Schent, Philip ...... Scheppler, L. W. . . . . ....279 ....314 ....314 Scheuermann, Michael C. . 85, Schick, Sharon Ann 372 .....372 Schmalzried, Karla ...... 372 Schmidt, Hunter, Jr ...... 279 Shepperd, Ouin .... Sesson, George Walen ....373 Settle, James .......... 373 Setzer, David .......... 373 Severance, Kenneth ..... 373 Sewall, Alice ....,...... 373 Sheridan, Jim ...... Sherman, Ronnie . . . Shields, Kathy ..... Shiflet, David ...... Shilling, Gordon .... Schneider, Charles Lee . . .372 Schneider, Tom .123,162,314 Schneider, Toni ...,. 58,314 Schroeder, Susan ....... 372 Schrn, Larry ........... 314 Schultz, James ......... 372 Schultze, Billy ...81,91,123, 125,314 Sewell, Alissa ...... 155,373 Sewell, Johnny ......... 373 Sexton, John C. ........ 373 Sexton, Judy Karen ..... 373 Sexton, William .... 114,315 Seybold, Sharon ........ 373 Shabot, Charlotte . ..... 373 Shallcross, Paula ......... 61 Shamburger, Ken .... 86,373 Shannon, Kathleen .55,58,373 Shinn, John E. ..., . Shipman, Thomas V. Schuman, Jon .......... 314 Schuman, Duane L. ..... 372 Schuster, Judy Ann ..... 372 Schwemer, Lee L .... Schwemer, Susan . . . Schwemmer, Karl . . . Schwemmer, Karl . . . Schwind, Marian .... Scott, Horace ...... Scott, Joel Dan ..... Scott, J. Richard . . . ....314 ....314 ....314 . . . . .91 ....372 113,372 ....372 ....372 Scott, Lynn ........... 372 Scott Scott , Pamela Neil , Sharon . . . Scruggs, Rene . . . Scully, Christy . . . 67,372 . . . . . . .372 . . . 63,372 . .... 372 Sharky, Linda S ......... 373 Sharp, Elaine Beth ...... 373 Sharpe, Elaine . . Shaver, Brack . . . Shaw, Dan ....... ....155 ....315 ....373 Shaw, Gary Allen .....,. 373 Shaw, Gary ....... Shaw, Herbert . . Shaw, Joseph . . . ....315 ....315 .....373 Shaw, Mildred ......... 373 Shaw, Patricia ....... Shaw, Steve .... Shaw, Tex R. .... . 86,373 ....373 ....373 Shawn, James L ......... 279 Shoup, Dan ..... Shula, Judy ....... . . . .175 ....315 ....373 .86,373 ....279 ....373 ....373 ....373 ....373 Shumpert, Debbie . . 155,373 Shumway, Leland Michael . . . 373 Shumway, Pat ...... 58,373 Shupee, Geo. W ......... 279 Shuttleworth, J. R ....... 373 Sibley, Cynthia .,.. Sides, Karen ....... Siebold, David ..... Siefert, Ernest G. . . . Simmons, Dan ..... Simmons, Glenn ..., Simmons, Kathleen . Simmons, Larry .... Simmons, Marie .... Simmons, Robert . . . Simmons, Russell . . . Simmons, Thomas . . Simmons, Tommy . . Shaever, E. Paul ........ 373 'Shea, Eugene A. lCol.l130,179 Shea, John P. .......... 373 Shear, Johnny ...... 71,373 Simons, Ronnie .,.. Simpson, George Alan Simpson, Ken ..,,.. Sims, Ken ......... ....373 ....373 112,373 198,315 . 83,315 124,315 ....373 . 87,373 . 56,315 ....374 ....374 ....315 .....77 ....374 . . .374 .81,374 . . . .374 4 55 wt Ill: Sims, Margaret ..... 121,315 Sims, Pamella .......... 374 Sims, Pam ....... 63,221,374 Sims, Stillman ......... 279 Six, Pam .............. 374 Skelton, James W. ..,... 374 Skelton, Joe ........ 95,292 Skidmore, Mike ........ 374 Skinner, Jim ..... ..... 1 11 Skipwith, Susan ........ 374 Sladek, David .... ..... 3 74 Slaton, Betty .... .... 2 92 Slater, William ......,.. 374 Slaughter, Richard ...... 152 Sloan, Donald .83,85,161,374 Slusser, Bill ...,........ 315 Small, Marvin B ......... 374 Smart, Eddie .....,. 85,315 Smiddy, Richard E. ..... 374 Smith, Alan R. ......... 374 Smith, Audrey ......... 374 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith Smith 'Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith, Smith, 1 I Bradley K ...., 89,374 Burnice L. Jr. . .49,95, 374 Charles ......... 374 Charles Edwin ll . .374 Charles R. .... 86,374 Cona Lee ........ 315 Dale ....... 145,316 Dawson . . .67,15O,374 Donna S. ........ 374 Dorothy ..... 58,316 Doug ........... 155 Ernest Michael . . .374 Frank M. Jr, ..... 279 James Michael .... 374 Jeanie ....... 51,374 Joe Gary ..... 67,374 Judith Dale ...,.. 374 Karen Lee ....,.. 85, 163,374 Kenny L ......... 374 Dr, Lee H... ...279 Linda J. . . .... .374 Mark ........ 69,374 Mary Beth ....... 374 Mary Elizabeth . . .374 Michael ...... 71,316 Michael E. ......, 316 Michael William . . .316 Mike S. .......,. 374 Nancy Lorraine . . .374 Smith, Smith Pat ....... .4121 9 . . .374 Perry ........... 374 Smith Richard Linn ..... 374 Smith Robert ......... 374 Smith Ronald .... . . .374 Smith Ronald M ......., 316 Smith Rudy ........ 71,374 Smith Sammie M. ...... 374 Smith Sandra M. ....... 374 Smith Shari ........ 63,316 Smith Sidney .......... 315 Smith, Steve ........... 374 Smith, Toi ....... 57,90,374 Smith, V. L. ........... 374 Smithey, Stanley .. . . .374 Smithgall, David . . . . . .374 Smithson, Charles ....... 316 Smithson, Jon David . . .374 Smolleck, Howard ...,.. 316 Smotherman, Gary P ..... 374 "SnaveIy, Dr. H. J. ..,.... 284 Snider, Victor Bruce ..... 374 Snoddy, Wallace L ....... 316 Snow, Michael ......... 375 Snowden, Colleen ,... 61,375 Snyder, Jeanette ........ 375 Sockwell, James , .91,123,316 Soladay, Jimmy Charles . . 71, 170,316 Soladay, Sharon . .228,63,375 Solberg, Skip ....... Solls, Reinaldo Julio. . Solley, Donna Morris ...375 ...316 . . .375 Somers, Bob ........... 375 Sonnamaker, Bob ....... 316 Sorenson, Charles P. . .... 375 Sorenson, Michael L. ....316 Sormrude, Nancy ....... 375 Soule, Ronald .... Soward, Anne ....... Soward, Michael T .... ...375 ...375 ...316 Sowden, Christopher R. . .375 Spalding, Jim ....... 77,375 'Spanski, Edward J. . . Sparger, Anna B. . . Sparks, Eddie ..... Sparks, Steve Alan . . Speer, Billy Dean ... Spellman, Tommy ,. Spence, William Merle Spence, William .... ....279 . . .375 . . .375 ....375 ....316 ....316 ...375 ....85 4 .fa ,. . L... ,, , 1' 9.1 ff 2 sm. 'W ' if .... Spencer, Paul . . . Spencer, Shirley . . Spetter, Belinda .... Spiegel, Earl ......, ...--,V k Y Z' ww W .""""'WHIuue,, if '- "4 Til, fly, I ' ....375 ....375 ,...375 ....375 Spindler, Suzanne Joan 1 21 ,316 Spindor, Calvin ..... Spivey, Janet ...,,. ....375 ....375 Spoon, Georganne . . . 57,316 Spoor, Susan L. ..., 121,316 Sprading, Joe ...... 115,279 Sprenger, John .... . Sprinkle, Philip R. .. ...,375 . . . .375 Spruce, William M. . . . 85,375 Spurlock, Michael ....... 375 Spurlock, Scott . ....... 375 Sramek, Helen ...... 59,375 Stahnke, Bill . .......... 375 Stahr, Jimmy Don ... 90,316 Stalling, Dr. Frank . . 285,279 Stamps, Michael Jon . . 71,316 Stanovsky, Dr. Joseph ....23 Stansbury, Sherry ..,,... 375 Stanton, Terri .......... 375 Stark, Judy Annis ....... 376 Stark, Karen ..... .... 3 75 Stark, Michelle . . . . . . .375 Stark,Sam B. ... ....316 Starkey, Judy .... .... 3 76 Starns, William C. ....... 376 St. Charles, Paul . . .... 67 Stead, Rick ..... .... 3 76 Steele, Jeri Jo . . . . . . .376 Steele,Sharon .. .... 376 Steindorf, .lay G. . .... 376 'Steinecke, Alan O. ...... 279 Steinecke, Nancy .... 69,376 Stephens, Dale ....., 71,376 Sterner, Linda Sue ...... 121 Stevens, Deborah ....,.. 376 Stevens, Karen ......... 376 Stevens, Marc ......, 77,376 Stevenson, Charles W. Stevenson, Larry . . . Stewart, Nyla ....., Stewart, John ...... Stewart, John David . Stewart, Kenneth D. . Stewart, Martha Leota Stewart, Monte ..... Stiles, Robert W. . . . Still, Karen ,..., Stith, Laura . . ....376 ....316 ....293 ....316 ....316 ....376 . . .376 ....376 ....376 ....316 ....61 Stockard, Alan ...... 71,376 "Stocks, Dr. Douglas R. . . .279 Stoddard, Bonnie .... 59,376 Stoehr, Jlmmy ....,.... 176 Stogsdill, Paul Ray ...... 317 Stokely, Charles ........ 376 Stokes, Terri ..... ....376 Stone, Gail Marie ....... 376 Stone, Tommy ........ .376 Story, Michael ....,. 83,376 Stott, Joan ........ .61,317 Stout, Richard L. ....... 376 Stout, Van Franklin ,.,.. 376 Stover, Patricia ,..,..... 376 Stowers, Mary Faye ..... 376 Stricker, Rusty . . .72,273,376 Stringer, Shirley Ruth . . .376 Strittmatter, Curtis F. ...317 Strittmatter, Jennifer .... 376 Strittmatter, J.W. . . . 1 24,376 Strong, Cindy .... . . 230,376 Strong, Milton S. .. . 1 50,376 Strother, David .......... 95 Strother, John ......... 376 Stroube, Esthel ...... Stroup, Jerry L. .. 67,376 ....376 Stryken, Garvin P. ...... 317 Strziner, Gary .... ....317 Stuard, Ernest D. .....,. 317 Stuart, Barbara ...... 63,317 'Stuart, Dr. John A ....... 279 Stuart, Terry .......... 376 Stubblefield, Larry ...... 376 Sturdivant, Diane .... 57,376 Sulak, Marvin .......... 376 SulIivan,James William 113,376 Suman, Jolly .......... 292 Summers, Charles .,,.... 317 Summers, David ........ 317 Summers, James ........ 317 Summers, Jimmy ....... 317 Sunna, Ghaleb . . . Supak, Tom G .... ....317 ....317 Sustrik, Joe T. ..,...... 317 Sutherland, Debb .,..... 317 Sutton, Debbie ......... 317 Sutton, Ellis Gail ....... 317 Swafford, Bobby Joe .... 317 Swain, Michael ...... 77,317 Swim, James K. .. ..., 317 Swindle, Cordell ........ 317 Swindle,Evelyn ......... 317 Switt, Jeffrey A ......... 317 Sykora, William Charles . .317 Symonds, Harold J. ..... 317 Synatzske, David ....... 317 T "Taborsky, Dr. Ivan . . 274,279 Tedayon, Reza .... Talamantes, lrma . . Talley, Miller ..,,. Tandy, John ...... Tankersley, Michael Tanner, Cristy .... Tanner, David .... Tanner, Jimmy .. . Tanner, Nancy .... Tapscott, Cynthia . . Tapscott, William . . Taraba, Janice77 Tarbell, Randall . . . Tareilo, Randy .... Tate, Steve ...... Taulman, James ... Taylor, Bobby . . . Taylor, Cynthia . . . Taylor, Dan ..... Taylor, Dan . . . Taylor, David ..... Taylor, Don ...... Taylor, Freddy .... Taylor, Gary. . . . .....317 ...,.377 . . .317 ...,.377 .....377 . . .377 . . .377 . . .377 .....317 .....377 , .... 317 ....377 ..92,317 .. . . ,377 . . .377 . . .317 . . .377 . . .377 .,...377 ...,.377 127,377 . . . . .377 . . .48,95, 125,317 Taylor, Lee .... . . . 87,292 Taylor, Mike. . . . . . .94 Taylor, Nancy . . . .... .377 Taylor, Pat ,... .... 6 7,81 118,317 Taylor, Patrick ......... 377 Taylor, Ray . . . .... .377 Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Teague, Teague, Tennison, Dr. Robert .,.. 279 Terrell, Dr. Glen ........ 123 4- at Richard ........ 377 Scott ...71,218,219, 223,377 Valerie . . .86,120,377 Wayne ..... 114,337 Richard ..... 67,377 W. C. .......... 377 Terrell, Josephine ....... 377 Terry, Gloria .,... . . .317 Terry, Karen . . . . . .377 Teter, William .... . . .377 Tetes, Leroy .... . . . .377 Thatcher, Ken ......... 377 Theesfeld, Raymond ....317 Theilig, Harold ...... 91,123 Theilig, Paul ............ 85 Theiss, Raymond . ......377 Thieroff, Elaine . . . . . .293 Thill, Karen ..... . . .377 Thomas, Bobby ... . . .317 Thomas, Cheryl . . . . . .378 Thomas, Connie . . . ...,378 Thomas, David ......... 378 Thomas, D. Kenneth .... 378 Thomas, Donna ........ 378 Thomas, Gary ..... . . .378 Thomas, Jimmy ... ....7O Thomas, Johnny . . . . . .378 Thomas, Larry ......... 378 Thomas, Michael ,...... 378 "Thompson, Dr. B. C. 270,278 Thompson, Billy ........ 378 Thompson, Dewey Thompaon, Moniqu Thompson, Sally . Thompson, Sandra Thompson, Stanley Thompson, Tommy Thornhill, Richard. Thornhill, Richard . . . 86,378 e 230,378 ......378 ......378 .....378 .....317 . . . . 4,378 . . .94,378 Thornton, David ........ 317 Thornton, Tommy ......378 Thorpe, Charlie . . . . . .378 Thorwe, Harold . . . . . .378 Threatt, Cindi ..... . . .378 Threlkeld, Stan .... . . .378 Throne, Johnny . . . . . .378 Thurman, Carol Thurman, Sam . . . Tibey, Steve .. . Tidwell, Bill ..... Tidwell, Carol .... ...378 . . . . .378 ...71,378 ...378 ...378 Tidwell, Russell . . . . . .378 Tiemann, Ronald .,..... 278 Tietz, Norman .... . . .378 Tigner, Robert . . . ...317 Tllford,Jan ........... 317 Tilghaman, Glenn . Tillery, Phil .......37 Tilson, Patti ...... 49,59,378 Timblin, Sara .......... 378 Tingle, Bob .... ......378 Tinker, Tom ........... 278 Tipton, David ....... 71,378 Tipton, Mike . . .....378 Tittle,Ronnin .... . . .378 Tittle, Stephen . . . . . .378 Toal, Lee ..... .. .317 378 Tobin, Ralph .... . .. Togola, Candace . . . . . .378 Toldan,Joe ..... . . .378 Tollsteen, Donna . . . . .378 "l'olver, Dr. ....... ...... 5 0 Tomas, Carlos .. . . . 91,317 Tomas, Enriqueta ....... 378 Tong, Robert .... Totten, Barbara . . ......379 ...61,379 Toub, Samuel .... 91,123,317 Towery, John .... Towns, David .... Townsend, Gloria . Travis, John ..... Travis, Norman . . . .. . 77,379 ......317 ......379 ......317 ......379 Trent, Dan ........ 125,317 Travis, Norman ......... 379 Trietech, Gary .... 48,89,317 Trojan, Carolyn ........ 379 Troncose, David ..... 87,317 Trout, Leonard . . . Troxell, Michael . . Tubb, L. L ....... Tucker, Diane .... Tucker, Diane . . . . Tucker, Hayden . . .....379 ......379 ......379 81,124,317 81,124,317 ......379 T Weeks,Glenn. . . Weir, Larry . ,.,..... Walton, Gene ...... 114,381 Weiss, Dr. Donald ,...,,, ....383 ....38O Tucker, Richard .... Tullos, Richard ..... Tunnell, Gene .... Turbyfill, John . ,. Turner, Charlie ..... Turner, James. . . . .. Turner, Ely. , . Turner, Pam ... Turner, Terri . . . . Turney, G. B. .. Turnor, Jim ... Turns, Elvin ....... 280,317 . 85,379 . . . .293 . . .379 . . . .379 . 89,379 . , .379 . . . . .96 . 85,379 . . . .268 . . .379 ....379 Turrentine, Freida . . . 62,379 Tuttle, Larrys ..,....... 379 Twilley, Carl . . . ..... .379 Tyler, Jack ... ...92,379 Tyler, Steve ... ...317 U Underwood, Nita . . Upchurch, Alan L. Uranes, Eline ...,. Uribe, Maria .,... . . .379 .....,379 ....61 ...379 Uselton, John F ......... 379 Uselton, Ronald W. V Vaden, Rusty ..... Van Winkle, Patsy .....379 ...,379 ......379 Vadala, Lawrence ....... 317 Van Bevens, Clell J. .....317 Van Deman, Judy ....,.. 379 Vandeneykel, Marcia L. . .379 Vander Wiel, Carole .....379 Vander Wiel, Robert .... 317 Vandiver, Gay L, .... 379,84 Vandiver, Larry ........ 379 Van Hemert, Gary . . . 49,111 VanHemert, William G. .. .81 Van, Lyn ............. 379 Van Winkle, Patsy Vasek, R. B. Jr. ... Vaughn,Jerry . . . ......379 ...,379 ....379 Vaughn, Patti ,,... Vavrin, Jeanette A. . . Vavrin, Rosemary A. Venable, Cecialia Ann Venable, James ..... Venable, Lewis .... Venable, Roger H. . . Venture, Vince ...,. Vermillion, Stephen R Vibreck, Evelyn Vicain, James L ..., Vickers, Sandra . , . Villalobes, Cruz Villarreal, Joe ...... Villasana, Linda . . , "Vina, Fredrick . . Vinnal, Donna .. Vinsant, Shari , . . Vinson, Chris . . . Vinton, Paul A. ... Vogt, Janis ....... Van Bose, David .... Van Bose, Victoria . . ...379 ...379 . . . .380 ...38O ....38O . . . .380 ....38O ay .380 ....38O ....38O , . .380 . . . .380 .380,95 . . . .380 ...280 . . . .380 . . . .380 . . . .380 .,,.318 . . . .380 . . . .380 . . . .380 Wallace, Jim . . . . Wallace, Max . . Wallace, Tom . . . Waller, Charles . . Waller, Gary ,. . Waller, Richard . . . Waller, S. L ..,.. Waller, William . .. Walling, Norman . . Walsh, Mary ,.... Walsh, Patricia . , Walters, Carole . . Walters, Mary .... Walters, William . . Walters, Lloyd . . Walters, Wallace . . Walters, Zella .... Walterscheid, James Walther, Bill ..... Walton, Mallard . . . Walton, Rocky . . Walton, Ronnie . . . Van Gonten, Montgomery Louis ,.... ........... 3 80 Voyles, Ernest ......... 149 Vredenburg, Steven Lee . .380 Wampler, John . . Wang, Tse-wei . . . Ward, Andrew , . Ward, Barbara . . . W Wacha, Frede . . . Wade, David . . . Wade, Richard .. . Wade, Robert ...... Waggoner, John .... ....38O ....38O . 86,380 . . . .380 Wakefield, John . , .72,73,380 Wakefield, Richard . . Walden, Kirk ...... Walford, Robert , . , Walker, Barbara . , . Walker, Bill .,.,. Walker, Charles .... Walker, Grady . . Walker, Jo Janet . . . Walker, Kathryn . . . Walker, Sharon .... Walker, Susan . . . Wallace, Cathy . , Wallace, Floyd . . . Wallace, Jan ... ... ....280 ....38O ..,..8O ....38O ....38O ....317 ....38O ....38O ....118 ....38O ....38O ....38O ....38O . 67.292 Ward, Donna . . . Ward, Geneva . . . Ward, James . . . Ward, Patricia . . . Ward, Tom .... 222,227 . .380 . 67,209 ....38O ....38O ...317 . .380 .. .380 ....38O .67,381 ....381 ....381 ....381 113,136 .....381 .....89 ....293 .,..317 .71,381 ....381 ...77 .....77 ....381 ....381 ....381 ...,381 ....381 ....381 ....317 ....381 .....67 .....381 Warila, Dale ..,.. Warkentin, John ..... 71,381 Warner, Michael ........ 381 Warren, Bob ..,.., .... 3 81 Warren, Clemmie . . Warren, David .... ....381 ....381 Warren, Eddie .......... 280 Warren, Jack . . . . . 123,381 Warren, Mary ..,, Washburn, John . . Washington, Reginal Waters, John ..... Waters, Michael . . Watkins, John .... Watkins, Kirby . . . Watkins, Stephen . Watson, Albert . . . ......381 ......318 . 85.158, 381 381 . .... 381 ....381 . .... 280 ......381 ......381 Watson, Frances .... 123,381 Watson, James . . ....381 Watson, Micheal . . . Watson, Tracy . . . Watson, Vicky ....,... Watso n, Raymond ... .. Watters, Joyce .,..... Weath Weath Webb Webb Webb, Webb, Webb, erall, Pam ........ erhead, Harriot ... James ,.,....... John ,..,,...... Kathy ....., 63, Larry . 72,73,111, Roger .........,, Webb, Spencer . . . , Webb, Weber, Helen . .... . Webst Thomas .. ... . er, Dave . . .. 57, Wehman, Richard ...... Weik, Russel ....,., 11 3. 67, Weise, Weiss, Carol ,.,..... Durwin ........, 59, Weiss, Floyd .... .... 318 381 381 381 381 381 381 381 381 381 381 381 381 382 382 382 382 382 382 139 382 382 287 382 382 382 Welborne, Ellen ......,. Welch, Charles ,...., 77. Welch, Dianita .. ..... Welch ,James... 4 Welch, Jordan ..... . . . Weldon, J. Phillip ..,.... Welden, Kirk ..,.. . Wells, Charles .. , Wells, Rodney . . Wentz, Bruce ..... . . . Wenzel, Edward Werner, K. Douglas ..... Wesley, Earl ..... West, Cynthia . .. West, Dicky . . . 318 382 382 382 .71 382 318 382 382 317 298 382 382 382 West, Louis .... .... . West, Mary .... ... 117,328 West, Robert ......... West, Samuel ....... 90 West, Wes .......... 71 Westbrook , Lee ..... 81 382 ,280 .382 ,382 Westbrook, Linda ....,.. 382 Westbrooks, Donald ..... 382 Wester, Linda ...... 124,317 Westfall, Gary ...,...... 382 Westmoreland, James .... 382 Wetzel, Robert ......... 292 Wharton, Michael ....... 382 Whiddon, Mac ......... 382 Whisenant, Martha ...... 382 Whitaker, David ..... 89,318 Whitaker, Ronnie ....... 318 White, Amos ..,. ..,. 3 82 Wnite, Boyce .......... 318 White, B. W. ........... 382 White, Darlene . . .81,129,318 White, Lawrence ...,.... 382 White, Mark , .......... 382 White, Patrick . . . . . . .382 White ,Reba .... White, Richard ......., Whitesel, Robertt .,.... Whiteside, Alvin . . . . . Whiteside, Betty ,.... . . Whiteside, Steve ....... Whitt Whitt aker, Roger enberg, Alice ..... Whorley, Jim .....,.,. Wible, Donald . .. . . .83 Widener, Karen . .. . .. Widman, Raph ... ... Wier, John ,.......... Wiggins, Paul ....,.,.. 'Wiley, Dr. Margaret80,121 Wiley, Robert ........ Wilkerson, Gary ..,.... Wilkerson, Martha ..... Wilkes, Steven ..,.. 112 Wilkins, Leslie .. . Wilkinson, Dona . .. Willbanks, Robeort. Willerd, Perkins ... Willey, Stephen ... 'Williams Williams Williams, 'Williams Williams Williams 'Williams Williams Williams Dr. Bennie Bettie . . . Billy ,... Blaine .. ,Carley ... Dale ..... Dr. Donald Eddie .... Gary . . . 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Wilson, Charles . ... 318 Wilson, Danny G ... 114,318 Wilson, David K... .... 383 Wilson, Dexter L. ...... 383 Wilson, Dexter L. . . .383 Wilson, Don L. .. . 383 Wilson, Hugh . . . . . 318,89 Wilson, James . 383 Wilson, Leon M. . . N383 Wilson, Lewis , . .383 Wilson, Mark . .. . 383 Wilson, Michael , . . 383 Wilson, Paula . . . . . . 383 Wilson, Phillip E. ... 89,318 Wilson, Ralph . . .. . 383 Wilson, Richard .. . . .383 Wilson, Robert Clifton 383 Wilson, Robert E ...,.... 383 Wilson, Rodney ... . 69,383 Wimberley, William Wimberly, Joanne . .. . 89,318 . 157 Winchester, Calvin W ..... 383 Wincovitch, Cathie Sue 62,318 Wine, Floyd,Jr. ....... 318 Winegar, Libby ...... 57,383 Winegarten, Ruthe Winfred, English . . ......293 ....383 Winget, Pam ....,. ...... 6 1 Winge, Larry Keith ...... 318 Wingo, Larry ....... 91,123 Wingrove, Richard Winter, Felix D. ... Winters, Charles . . , Winters, Rick ..... .72,73,383 Wirtz, Robert ..... Winton, James M. . Wisdom, Robert . . Wise, Larry ..... 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