Arlington State College - Reveille Yearbook (Arlington, TX)

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' ' W'-nr"--Shinnr ul 1 niveau: s 3 3 i i I i I i 1 if . -e i i ,i f i- 3 tif., 'W Ak. ' f A "M 2 5 i KZ, x - M 44,1 1970 University of Texas at Arlington iffgx jf xx Volume 53 ""....- ......, ll 2 i 5 i 5 lb . ,. rvfff J af-N.. Q . 4 5: 7! A 'T' I F' . 'Q A 5. s 'o J Heritage . . . Activities .... Persenelitiee. Grgenizetieris 6 39 .. ...71 103 Teble nf Athletics . . . 215 Contents Administration and Faculty ..... ,... 2 63 Classes... ....327 lndaxu... ....4i2 E5 di gs 1 'KT S' N 1 4' We gpg , Q MV f,-xy? + A 9.-1 Xa? J ,Q 4 1 SM Professor Robinson, UT Arlington's Pioneer ' The 1969-70 Reveille staff is proud to dedicate this year's annual to Duncan Robinson, member of the university's staff for more than 40 years. He was a member of Sigma Tau Delta, honorary English fraternity, Sigma Delta Chi, honorary lour- nalism fraternity and listed in Who's Who in Ameri- can College and Universities. Mr. Robinson received his B.A. degree in English from North Texas Teacher's Co-llege in Denton in 1928. He joined the North Texas Junior Agricultural College faculty as an instructor in public speaking and freshman English. He added a laboratory course using slides for improving the writing skills of stu- dents needing help in freshman English. Prof. Robinson received his master's degree from Southern Methodist University in 1934 and later spent summer sessions at the University of Colorado and UT Austin working- toward a doctorate. He was ap- pointed professor of English at North Te-xas Agri- cultural College in 1938. He continued as director of information for the college as well as faculty ad- visor for the student newspaper, a position he held for 20 years. He was named chairman of the English Department in 1954 after the death of W. A. Ransom. Prof. Robinson has contributed much to the UT Arlington curriculum. He developed the first "Survey of English Literature" course in 1932, added a "South- western Literature" junior level course, and a "Mark Twain" senior level course in 1959. lvlr. Robinson is the author of several articles on Southwe-stern his- tory and personalities. His book, Texas Three Legged Willie, published by the Texas Historical Association in 1948, added to the prestige of a growing school. my 'NW .. it 4-1 Professor Robinson is always willing to listen to a students problems Mr. Robinson was one of three from UTA to be nominated for the Piper Professor Award this year. Although his 16 years able service to the univer- sity as department chairman of English will terminate at the end of the current summer session, his great- est contribution has come in the classroom. Mr. Rob- inson's wit, understanding, knowledge of the mean- ing of literature and consistent interest in the indi- vidual are the characteristics he has imprinted upon the lives of thousands of students. lt is as an edu- cator of young men and women that he has made his mark at UT Arlington. it 5 A an ? D l J Mx ,354-s.s - 1845 ,ga-a-...... A25 s..r" EDWARD EIVIMETT RANKIN FATHER OF ARLINGTON COLLEGE ..--,"l"iiL:-W r ian-53"5i5 I ,X , 'I xx 'L LEE HAMMOND ARLINGTON COLLEGE 1895 - 1902 In the spring of 1895, Edward Em- mett Rankin, the "Father of Arlington College," suggested that the citizens of the community of Arlington open a private college in the towng he pro- posed the names of Lee M. Hammond and William M. Trimble for co-prin- cipals. Later that year, on one block of land donated by the Ditto and Col- lins Land Company, the one-building school opened its doors. At opening, the college had a fac- ulty of six and from 75 to 100 students. The curriculum covered elementary through high school grades, with courses in mathematics, grammar, Latin, and the 'natural sciences. In 1901, due to lack of funds, Arlington College ceased to operate in full scale. WILLIAM TRIMBLE ,., 5 I I --R, , 1 ...,,N .EN .-,,.,44-.urs Ni 1 .1 I . -Q-1-WS .mf S S Z ---' r - ,, . 5- - . -. ' N' K I A ik' in C :'-'LT7'.g'-'77""'L A A 1 A ' 5 -.-L " 135111. JE. :',. "y- . R "?"H, FIRST BUILDING ON CAMPUS UNDER CONSTRUCTION SUMMER. 1895 M-Ui, ' . Q-Y 3 , YR, I R g. Evra m ARLINGTON COLLEGE STUDENTS 1898 CARLISLE ILITARY ACA EMY 190 - 1913 In 1906 the Arlington College Corporation deeded the property to a board of trustees, who agreed to turn it over to any school which operated in the building for four years. Carlisle Military Academy met this requirement and on June 2 took over with Dr. James M. Car- lisle as superintendent. As Carlisle Military Academy, the campus was enlarged to four city blocks Cten acresj, containing an administration building and three barracks for cadets. The curriculum cov- ered two preparatory years and four academic years. The faculty of eight taught courses in mathematics, history, science, business, Latin, grammar, and military science and tactics. The cadets became familiar with military discipline, which aimed at producing well- developed citizens. The Academy closed in 1913 for lack of funds. LARLISLE MILITARY ACADEMY CAMPUS 3.--1:-1 my CD LADIES ATTENDING CARLISLE MILITARY ACADEMY I CARLISLE'S FIRST STUDENT BODY 1902-1903 Ri M., ... Y, .. .-.-- M- W V 6 pf' xfk',,"'A iz-:A,Q..Lv"', "-'AA 'U' yk gg 2 3 ff 3.1 I .Q..t,mf's'3'f. bg' 7' if H,-,f "',,5'.,i, . Wh if mf' 1:1 zulu H ' ,,, 1 1 x ., 4 6 h W . n by ,K ,.,. ,, Q .I 4 ' W Af , far A 3131! 4 Eff Q Ninn , V ,wr 1 'I u,.. I I - A 4 -y g i: iff' 1 ui' ,,A, A' K H 1 'F' I I dui' . 5 'i 4 6 f "" A ff' ' W A PQ.. ' we " mr , f li A 3, 'sm A A I-A .. as , X Q.. 0 "1 T is , 5 -2 -v W' f vi W , ' " Q 'V : 1 0 ,f 4 . A N 0 .s z-51, ti' C' gif? SV A-'Y' I Scnoon. wnmonm I 1' K -0.1 as tk' U1 Igor , 'W' A 1 ' - . , A A GENERAL VIEW 0F CARLISLE MILITARY ACADEMY 1900-1906 ARLINGTO TRAINING SCHOOL 1913-1916 The Arlington citizens board, deter- mined to have a college in their town, leased the property to Dr. H. K. Taylor in 1913. He became the president of Arlington Training School with his sons-in-law as principals. The faculty of seven taught English, mathematics, history. science, foreign languages. and vocational business and agriculture courses. The classes were small to allow individual attention to each pupil and therefore to help mold his character. Military discipline was employed at the school. Girls were admitted to the college and offered a special program in music. The school stressed athletics and physical training for all. As public high schools became more numerous, private academies began to wane. In 1916 the Training School closed due to insufficient funds. It be- came Arlington Military Academy un- der john Dodson's supervisiong losing its high academic rating due to lack of funds, the Academy closed after one year of operation. H' MARTHA WASHINGTON LITERARY SOCIETY 1 1 l 3 lui SWIMMING POOL .-.L s,,, . OA' ' L 3 lifgkpfvqffegvf4f5f6k'jQ5rEY9fQ'sf7fl'ffb""f 'tif-:'Lf1"nf' af ', -b .f' - - ,- . .QA V--1.-f.'J.'::-W2 ----'fi.f2f,f'1' .f1'-W-. ff-: - A :A , Q'- '. , fff 5"f,Q:L'I' 5? 41 ' A' .-.34--.. 'f' ',-gm. . dd? ' X .i..", vv'm-.,,,,' ' kqhntiycif . . ' ' ""'?c1'1-4-1.-'v..j,,'J.,.-, :5f4t'j"43'f.?-5' ,- ff-. ' ,. .f-q'Y'g,jx I . ,gy " f-'fag-Qzpjpf..-J 7.1 ."4'f"V fry, - ,,,, I L' ,l.u'lQif.,s5V41.4-.-9"'n.'5 .'fl4L:f"'-7. -7sn.'2"" 'f'fZ"' - f'I " ' " .'.., 4 r- --"' 4 ' A - -' ' EAST BARRACKS AND COMPANY FORMATION , ' ,, . 'J I 1 Q '4- v' . 1- I.,-94 -Y 'K-ff 'f' 9 gf ' 1 M' QI - - ,. Q 'Shaq ' "J .' I ' 'L' ' 71- ' J - ' 025. ' Q. 1 - is 2 . f - ,, 7 ' x '-I -ffm '-V ,'- o -I .' 1?-1 S' N , . ' ' 'I -,, 'j"Pv,- 1 ' Q f as-. Ke.. . , x ,- - ' Q ' . ' 5 A--1' ' . 1' ' A ' if 4' - fl 'yr 4' if as 5' . . . I ,F lu ull 'z - Ts.. -. -.,c-1 VVEST BARRACKS AND DINING HALL -A K 'saw A ,Q :ag 7 peva- CLASS IN AGRICULTURE Z ..-,.. wtf! - 4 , - .72 - -Ci lg. z"4'5Z'f GRUBBS V CATIONAL COLLEGE 191 -19 3 In 1916 judge V. W. Grubbs enlisted the citizens of Arlington in a campaign for legislation to make Arlington's col- lege a state vocational school. The cam- paign successfully ended on March 26, 1917, when Governor james Ferguson signed the bill creating the two-year junior college which was to be a part of the Agricultural and Mechanical Col- lege of Texas system. The Grubbs Vocational College prop- erty consisted of the Carlisle Military Academy's ten acres in addition to 100 acres contributed by the Texas A8zM system. M. L. Williams was appointed dean and served in that capacity throughout the school's operation. During Grubbs' first year as a state institution the enrollment was 66, with a faculty of 14. The school's curricular emphasis was in the areas of agricul- ture, mechanical arts and industry-re- lated fields. By 1923, courses in pre- engineering, business administration, vocational carpentry and accounting had been added. In that year, 240 stu- dents Were enrolled. ' 'J'-i ings: 'Qd:if gi ...,,...,2.?.. , Alf' VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY CLASS IIS! lllllllli U95 TI-IE CAMPUS IS CIIIISII ILIIICIS UN L -.u.mnnm Q .asv-"M N. v -16 if 5 ,. L, F r i E i z F s Q 1 1 S 'Xl APN, ,nf -9 -wilful:--. AUTO-MECHANICS CLASS. 1918 - 1919 ABOUT 1920 , Bffcllll IDISNSTIIYICM .Wins UIQ r I - CLASS IN APPLIED ARTS r I v f f IE S I I ll s" - ' ,R-is ' 'rj P F .4 , ' 5 Q - U V xncunn iliilmi smuzus we .-A ' ' . -A ' fair- . ' ' ' V 'J I . 44' f ... A i 1-,,fw- . ,.,,,1? 1' -.1-, ' ,-f-. - -4 .- ' ""-v",,.r'1"' af. ' A 4 ' nn ' F X 1' , d .: . ' . ' Q 1' ,Vg x A ,H Ag- V 1 , 1 A 1 U' i s i W I 5. xl, Stl, K 'N I -sri GIRLS PHYSICAL TRAINING CLASS AT GRUBBS NORTH TEXAS AGRICUL URAL COLLEGE 19 3-1949 In 1923 a bill was passed by the state legislature changing the schoo1's name from Grubbs Vocational College to the North Texas Junior Agricultural College fthe "junior" was later droppedj. The reason for the change was given as the private connotation of the individual's name "Grubbs" and the limit in function imposed by "vocational," North Texas Agricultural College was still a two-year college within the Texas Agricultural and Mechanical Col- lege system. During the 1924-25 school year, the faculty numbered 305 in 1934, after an adminisrtative change, the college had a faculty of 50 and an enrollment of 1023. From 1934 on, the school offered courses in agriculture, commercial, domestic and mechanical arts, military science and vocational education, as well as the usual academic courses. Two-year courses in agriculture, business admin- istration, pre-med, pre-law, home economics and various engineering fields were also offered. By 1934 the college owned a farm of 100 acres, while the campus itself consisted of 33 acres. LIBRARY 45. will tr' R1 4 tl , 'Q fe X x X Q . l NX . - N V Q. 1 'i ' K p .. at 'takers sf-fe ! K ox N-Ng . 2 . -. -4.3-4 , 1' Y 1 .' 'Q , 'Nik N lr x M AN AN AERIAL VIEW OF THE NTAC CAMPUS ii! A A f ADMINISTRATION BUILDING If -0- Q l I Av sf. - IV, FLYING . Q f xl, .H - A 5 1 , -:Nix t l. . , 5 .1 ., ,f , K-- xiyiau, i-Q -. , .I x-.1 ,I I in. ,ffiggsf ' 1 fl 7 Q m,-, 1 MECHANIC ARTS BUILDING ' i J' 'll .l, I f 5 O '91 Tl-IE MACHINE SHOP ..., 1 argl 3 4 ," . 1' 'V . . , -Q 4 - Y ir 88 nn-J nur" if v i. ff, V , -,' 'u-. ' ' v, . I rg - '. ' ., ' - , 4 .-1 ' .4-' ' V 'ww 'f - f ' 2 w ' if " 5 ' "1 7-.""'X " lg' ' - "-- ' - ' '5'1 .' fl. .-. ' -'22 1 .T 'fnf -nl M NTAC CADET CORPS. l93l THE COLLEGE FARM THE DAIRY BARN 3152 , ...f 4 ,af xigv. -ui-1, o f-r GIRLS' DORIVI , 1 . N f J w 0 ' ' Q 1 1 LM 1 L I X HR MQ Yun H15 Puvbso l CLASS T0 FDPLOIE WE ll :N Ulzlnztnh Nm K ,f-x-'L Q L wb STRATOSPRERE UI Mu U 5 N n-.gnc 5 2 V' if ,. I I ARLINGTON STATE COLLEGE 1949 -196 With the year 1949 carne another name change for the school, as the largest state-supported junior college in the Southwest became kr.o-fx: as Arlington State College. Emphasis in the two-year junior col- lege was placed on agriculture. horne economics, business and secretarial ad- ministration,and pre-engineering. By 1953, the number of departments had narrowed to five: agriculture, arts and sciences, business administration. engineering and fine arts. ROTC came 1 to the campus in 1956: all agriculture courses were discontinued in 19575. In 1959 the school was elevated to senior college status. At that time the college became divided into two de- partmentalized schools, the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering, and two divisions, one in business administration and the other a technical institute. The college embarked in 1964 upon the largest expansion program in the history of ASC. The three million dol- lar program included the construction of new buildings and parking lots. December of that year found ASC ac- credited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. 4-2 - ., -. .s.-'--- .,--eff",-, eu! - - '-2.-vii' li! k'- . ' -r:f'-,!1.::- .' T' A. - -. ,-.QQ-aj ,, sh.,- JY' . " " liL?-."'-s ff, 11' ,W ,- X fr ul, R 1 ,R X a 1111: E H HEREFORD STUDENT CENTER MOVING DAY AT THE LIBRARY L i o ar- 1' iv- 'I ,-v-oix -v-- -.,..,.K mm, Qin: cou.fGf -N: I i 'ARUN F AERONAUTICS 0 scc:?BnLo nume AIRPURT , 1 ,-4 f,Q11'g .A , , x X h 1 Lk '23 r I f "law . WORK CONTINUES ON THE NEW STADIUM 0 A 1 1 ' f ,ff I . ' sl F A TYPICAL SCENE IN Tl-IE GIRLS' DORM FRESHIVIEN GET ACQUAINTED ,L 9 In December of 1964, students at ASC learned of a proposed move by Texas A8:M University to incorporate all four schools within its system into one closely l-cnit "super university." The proposal included changing the name of ASC to Texas A8zM at Arlington. Opposition to the plan unified the student body throughout the year. Arlington State College's efforts to separate itself from the Texas A8cM University system reached a successful conclusion on Friday. April 23, 1965. when Governor John Connally signed the bill which transferred ASC from the Texas A8cM system to the University of Texas system. Y 1 A " .M is ' K ti im.. 54iU1'1i sum Q-mum .I ,, i T . 'K 01, 1 -- , - 1-:SR Q ' l S' O :A 3 l - -qv- lx .f 5 l,p?. ,R 2-5 . .-'lfgnj .0 A ,N ku. - , J - , ri .Q ,AQ- Arlington's growing baby found its final name in 1967 when the University of Texas Regents, with legislative approval, changed the school's name to the University of Texas at Arlington. From the first block of land oc- cupied by 75 students, the college has sprouted into 270 acres with 338,000,000 worth of facilities, these are filled with 13,000 mostly commuter students instructed by a faculty of 595. After 75 years of progress and growth, the University of Texas at Arlington can take pride in the heritage which has prepared it to meet the challenges of the future. On the Library's Sixth Floor Carlisle Hall and the University Library 0 llllllluonf H H9'E'fO'J V"'f' ,I 5. J,fQf. fp., 4-1 J Q i .inlan- .,-...........J EES: ' Preston Hall 23 ya x'-Q. 4 V 4' 1 l 13 if ..f vi' tt. 99 nf V Y V 'ii .L af -' T' 32" 1 4 1! , ?" un, -' "q"f- ""1""': V pb. "'-,-:' ' 1 - .. " -. 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Q 151' A -ire. i,f 2 1 xm 3? irq W , A ' , N-Q uxf rf ,1,-Mf,.w.- x 'wp 'V f ., 1, ' ' Ewa' 'SH , ' . gf"+'Tg. K--f'- f ' . - 2- k " ' " "5 ,.,., L , h . x , :..N X x l l .mwhdyt gf! , N n, , Y.- 0 .... . - y 1 lk' T' x ...-,n'M- N. A J -,J YW H , Y D - I F c ,-J' I 0 1? and the purpcase of assemblage in the attitude toward a flag XXWNMMMMMWNNWMMKW' bvq ' Z Q Lf 5 was 3 I if X I P? V 54 X X 5 X X if HAMMER 92 if X X X4 X X if if X X X X T' V gf ACTIVITIES 235 M X X 52 if X Q X X X Q 1X K X XXMMWWMMMMMMMMWHX x, .W -SEQ , fsd '22, I if .,,-at a .Ia 'X 'nu wif. s. "W, af' S. gi" M, Q , 1' Qngfi' J' I '-P 7- Qui, ' 'fn H. f 43 Q ... 44 ' Nw ,z' M 4 A W 33. - m, ww- "- M Q19 N X, W, ,, I , . 4 A ' 'tv Y 4 gn Q ,QJI x 'S' "5 915. u IJN X 's ' l be I 5 'I Year Opens With Struggles to Obtain Goals "Hopefuls" this year launched a barrage of monumental strivings, in both curricular and non-curricular areas. The desired end was to be reached through individual effort in events which climaxed the beginning of the school's 75th year. Rush for fraternity and sorority member- ships bustled during September and early October: the totals showed sororities pledg- ing 81 and fraternities 236. Registration caused the usual long lines, resulting in the final student enrollment tabulation of 13,869. Fall elections were held during the middle of October to select a Miss Dixie Belle, the freshman cheerleaders and freshman officers, and to fill unoccupied Student Congress seats. October 15 and November 13-14 wit- nessed the UT Arlington Viet Nam Mora- torium Committee at work. lnterfraternity Council members present bids to future pledges at bid house LJ 5 4 Clutchrng class sched- ules, members of the straggling registration line ponder the chances of obtaining the course sections they desire. ACTIVITIES filwvifi lv T 'E 'KWSN ,fvnlsg xx 4 Linda Atkins cheerfully demonstrates the subtle techniques of vote- soliciting to a resigned Jeff Barton as she campaigns for the Miss Dixie Belle crown during the fall student elections. Singing of freedom, Moratorium su::::'te's e'd " ' As glistening lights from campus buildings illuminate the black sky, Moratorium vigil keepers enjoy their company throughout the Korg rfght ACTlVl'l'lES ACTIVITIES 1 Wx-fxsadge A beruffled but sober clown enjoys the many festivities of the Karnival booths as he adds his own lively color to the scene 'L Q Kappa Sigma Hosts Annual Charity Karnival Balloons and booths casually 1 red tte rra October 24 for the Kappa Sigma lfarr. fa, Of those participating, En Arnie bear. bag bootr Phi Gamma Delta's dunvirg bcctr ard fre Inter - Dorm Council's marshmallow - eatlrg contest were the first place nfrers Trey brought in the most money to be dcrated to the Arlington Day Care Center Prp Mis ca'- toon caricatures and photos along fi tt lfappa Alpha's jail collected the second greatest amounts at the Karnival. Sorority skits took place that afterrcor. ard found Phi Mu and Alpha Chi Omega frst and second respectively for their interpretatic' of highlights of the schooI's past. The Karnival ended its merry run at IJT Arlington with a dance at the UA!! I-la" if Grand Prairie that evening. Those groups mo won honors for their excellence or cortribu- tions were awarded trophies at the fine? celebration. The Sig Karnivals charitable fun brougrt welcome relief from mid-semester blues Shivering victims prepare for another swim as the next in line takes aim. L 'if swf "' " L fs Elrarl li ' Ken Wells takes a shaving cream pie full in the mouth, courtesy of the Delta Tau Delta-sponsored pie toss at the Kappa Sig Karrvivai. ACTIVITIES Sl.. , . jj., ,lf ' I I NK EA .slit ll f s I . "..,'1,g " xi-F U' TH +6 t"'o v 0 Q, 4 Dr. K. O. Emery, Morgan Woodward, and Dr. Herman Brautigam receive alumni recognition. nv i . 1 . ,J L .,f,,. f - ' 1- s-. 9. 1: J , "L ,Q-A1lsb..4iQn15L - Sas I ii Mayor Tom Vandergriff chats with a hostess at the coffee for decoration judges .I r f Various displays for Homecoming on cam- zg Qty. pus interpret the scene of American moon ' 7 ' exploration following this year's timely Q4f3'f"" v A overall Homecoming activity theme, "Ameri- Si' A 'K can on the Moon." ACTIVITIES Achievement Kevnoted in Homecoming Events Hollywood actor Morgan Woodward shares his knowledge with drama students Homecorninq clirnafed llofefrser fn' r traditional feztifitiesi Trree a were ored for their profezsioral exeffef' 3' Herman A. Brautiqam, educatorq Dr if D 4 Emery, oceanoqrapher and Morgar Hoof:- ward, the television and rnotiori p zine actor, were the three recffgf zed at fre fa :- time activities of the Abilere Cfrefrar Cc- lege game. Also, tffo lfliss D.f e Be as .were chosen when the electior, betffee' g Atkins and Kathy Christal ended fi a te t' first ever to occur. Decoration judges gave tire NCD C ,o fre tropy for the best in keeping mth tre treme Koinonia received the most org ral award AIA won for the largest display, Pac' ts' fre best building and the BSU for the rricst pea,- tiful decoration. Other awards Neff to 3' Gamma Delta for the best wood sus: y 'f - Delta forthe best bonfire skit. and Gary Ga'- sert and Candy Beach, lvlr. and M-ss Svc' Spirit. As dawn breaks behind him, a bonfire woodgatherer carefully adds his contributions to the mountainous pile of lumber, ACTIVITIES I Sororities Battle in Phi Delt-Sponsored Melee En Amis were crowned with figurative laurel weaths for capturing first place in over- all points in the Phi Delta Theta Winter Olympics. Zeta Tau Alpha placed second with Phi lvlu and Delta Delta Delta tying for third. Exciting competition in thirteen events held on December 20th entertained an audience of onlookers including fraternity men and soror- ity sisters of competitors. Individual points awarded gave En Ami the lead with firsts in chariot decoration, the egg toss, apple bob, licorice ice cream race, and the "surprise event"-finding pickles in whipped cream pies. Other first places snagged were Alpha Chi Omega in the toga contest, Delta Zeta in the Trojan horse event and Zeta Tau Alpha in the tricycle race, musical tubs, and egg rolling, while Phi lvlu won a first in the spoon dig. A semi-formal dance the evening of the 21st at the Tarrant County Convention Cen- ter, at which the winning sorority received the trophy topped the Olympian revelry. 62 f 'it 1 . ' ' 5 ' 1 1 A . fizvzfrif' ??q?5'3aLr-4 -9 ' - J--ax - ,1-- -4 . -'ff 2' 1?-212552 I 455 'Wil 3 P Q-"F5,9"J"f ' -14 r gf' 1 Ze' L. '-. F5134-.ss-f'.i4f-.' 48 'TU' ACTIVITIES Sorority beaus literally get egg on their faces as thei riders have a smashing good time during competition in the Trojan horse event Suds of flour and molasses mix drench swift female players in the sloppy Olympics game of musical tubs. ,X is I Wi' 7 3: ng - 1 A - 4 - "-.449 9, - fo lm.. . .i , - -a M 1 R' o is .ill-4 , , V, mtimfkl .whiff-I ,g,.lhi.-, 9' .'-46. Grecian charm and beauty serenely radiate from the sextet of entries in the toga contest, with Debbie Carroll of Alpha Chi Omega taking top laurels in the event. If,f"'TT'1'U" " .1 , ,v- r . 4 Que Q .4 in. .Sq 'v ,pang ,'...si-, . 'I I . G 0 Q... I I, 'v :- ,. an 4, , . ,- W.. ' ll ' L .fn Jin ' 0.5 4' .sn-H 9 ,.,f'Q ', -,a0' ,, 1.2: ,nv-ur: ! 94' Q' 'SVA .G Qin' , ,Wg X. ,Jw ' 'Z' ri MM , We Q , K an X, l!v L75 "fb-1 L Q ' . ill 1' '.-JK ', lil 11.41-i 3- -110,1 Pedaling for a Zeta mn, Linda 3-as' 2 . 22" Thomas giggle their way to luster, :, a bumpy tricycle-chariot ride across ': Q' -"1 N "!"!'5'. An apple bobber frantically clutches the fruit of her labor with her teeth, showering herself with water as she starts the precarious foot race toward the finish line. ACTIVITIES 49 4 lf, lid 'YL '4 -1 I 1 I I I 1 . I n l 1 l l 4 l 1 i I a : l l : i . i I I I Construction Accident lVlakes Area Headlines On December 5 the new University Hall's second floor collapsed while under construc- tion, leaving concrete and wood and steel beams covering 19 workers. Within two hours all workmen were recovered from the debris thanks to the swift action of the Arlington fire department and two cranes. No deaths resulted from the tragedy which was believed to have occurred from metal shorings giving way in the rainy weather. McCann Construc- tion Company was building the edifice which will house the social sciences upon comple- tion. The cost of the damage was undeter- mined but 810,000 pounds of concrete and wooden shoring were estimated to have fallen 30 feet in the rainy afternoon mishap. 'n Construction runs smoothly on the building with no hint of coming disaster. l Firetrucks and ambulances aid injured workmen in the Friday, December 5 accident, as black umbrellas waiting for news dot the sidelines. O ACTIVITIES Present Texas law dictates that no alco- holic beverages can be sold or consumed on state property. In this year's spirit of change, Student Congress presented a resolution to change this so that any person legally of age could acquire alcoholic beverages in the stu- dent center. The state regulations would be observed and the money from the sale would be used by Student Congress in the interest of the student body. If passed, the President of the university would receive the resolution to act upon it. The campaign was promoted with root beer served in paper beer cups on the steps of the student center. ' Student Congress President Bill Saunders said he would like to see a statewide move- ment to accomplish the motion. The goal was short-lived, however, as the Congress itself soon voted it down. Bill Saunders, Student Congress president, expounds on the subject of beer on campus as his listener sips the token root beer distributed in the student center rally. Campus Beer, New Fraternities Stir Interest . , . W ,,., ,MH ..WM,.,.,...,, I .,. Q pg F .5 Alpha Phi Alpha, a Negro national frater- nity, and Beta Phi Sigma, a new local group. joined the interfraternity Council on campus. Alpha Phi Alpha was originally established at Cornell University in 19075 the national will initiate 17 members as the Zeta Chi chapter on the UT Arlington campus. Sponsoring the men are Dean Beby Gary and the Beta Tau Lambda graduate chapter of the national fra- ternity. Beta Phi Sigma is a newly organized local fraternity that operates as the seventh social fraternity. Dr. Paul Bartlett, business law and economics professor, sponsors the group on campus. The men plan to go national in the immediate future. Dan Fieby Cary joins with members of Alpha Phi A7pha anc W P Collegians for Afro-American Progress to prepare the librarx exhibit for Afro-Ameican History Week. ACTIVITIES Campus Observes Afro-American History Week Afro-Anver.can History Week, February 943 t-.as observed with library displays of :ack contnbtitions. A film series, paintings by Anna Stanley, and a play entitled "The Van Nobody Saw' by Elizabeth Blake also con'me"'orated the blacks. The week itself was sponsored by Alpha Pc Acta and Collegians for Afro-American Progress. The latter also sponsored Black Awareness Week, it included a fashion show of black styles, fwfs indcative of the black situation, and a series cf lectures by prominent black speak- ers Leroy Haynes of El Centro Collegeg Keith Worrell, a sociology professor at South- ern Methodist University, Dr. Ron Brothers, Frank Wyman. a graduate student at UT Aus- tin: and Gene lohnson, a former UT Arlington student and CAP president, were scheduled to speak during the week. The president of CAP said the week was to become an annual attempt to give an indepth look at the true concept of black awareness. xy ln the foyer of the library, cased in glass, documents of Afro-American history are displayed, enticing the passerby to learn from other library volumes. "The Man Nobody Saw," by Elizabeth Blake and produced by "The Hypocrites" from University Christian Church, is prepared for presentation in its entirety in the student center as a part of the school's Afro-American history observance. Keith Worrell addresses Students on black capabilities' ACTIVITIES Q- Q ' w 5 Q 'V S -ff . , l 5 e . Q. ,. I - If A, - Ax. x '1 J 5-- L- , --.... l sb' v I , , i I sl I 1 if' u 5'- Q 'tg ' x Fi N I N ,J I I P . 5 - .lf - -x 'A ,Q . QL fr -AQ c', I 1',,?3 L' 1 Y 1 3 kk Maria Uribe, center, receives the Miss Mexico title from judges, with Frances Vasquez, left, and Carol Lynch as 'unne's-up Miss Mexico and Bunny Visit Fashion Show Playboy Bunny Connie Kreski wows the crowd at the Playboy Fashion Show. As part of the February 23-27 week-long celebration of "Mexico, Country ofthe Year," SAB Hospitality sponsored the annual Play- boy Fashion Show on Thursday. As expected. a bunny was on hand, though heavily guarded. to add her touch of beauty to the scene. Play- mate of the Year 1969 Connie Kreski com- mentated on the parade of masculine attire along with KFJZ disc jockey Lee Randall. She even bestowed a lucky bystander with a kiss. The clothes worn by the organization and fraternity men were a variety of bright busi- ness suits and colorful sportswear from the Classic Squire Men's Shop. co-host of the show. Afterwards Miss Kreski was at the shop to give her autograph to interested cus- tomers of the concern. Sophomore Maria Uribe of Irving. chosen Miss Mexico of UT .Arlington in the February 23 contest, was presented to the substan- tially male audience. Her runners-up. fresh- men Carol Lynch of Arlington and Francis Vasquez of Fort Worth, were also recognized at the fashion show. ACTWITIES lr a 'our-to-one brawl for the March 5 evening rodeo in Mansfield, Texas. f'a'e nity men run doggedly, as they inexpertly try to lasso an irate Hereford. Alpha Chia, Delts Lasso FIJI En I-rrii'S heave ho in tri tug of war to claim ir place points in the event ACTIVITIES The ladies of Alpha Chi Omega accepted blue ribbon honors in the FIJI Rodeo for the third consecutive year, entitling them to per- manent possession of the sorority trophy. The men of Delta Tau Delta took top honors in the fraternity division March 5 and 6. Alpha Chi Omega won the calf scramble and ribbon roping at the Thursday night rodeo and, at the games Frid-ay afternoon, the sack and barrel races. The Delts captured first p-laces in the sack race, stagecoach decora- tion, rodeo attendance, and steer saddling. Other firsts were Phi Delts in chute dog- ging, the stagecoach race, roping and the tug-of-war. Delta Upsilon caught the egg toss. and Beta Phi Sigma won in the Gabby Hayes costume contest. Sorority points also went to En Am-i when they added two more firsts in the egg toss and greased pig catching to the attendance award of Thursday night. Delta Zeta had a first in the tug-of-war and Sandy Lankford of Delta Delta Delta was crowned rodeo queen. Western festivities reached a high point at the all-school dance Friday night at the Na- tional Guard Armory where the winners claimed their championship trophies. Rodeo Glories - ., . F I' 'S-44 , 5 4' N3 -li in-A L- is Hefty Phi Delts lift a Volkswagen "stagecoach" across the water-moistened asphalt to rest and recupenaton. ,Ilif- -qv Y,.,. h Q.mlP" f ,101 X, ,mini ' W f'1"""4'!""E 'Q"""" A - ' 0:-f Ld' 'al' MM, .Ji :'. ' , Delta Tau Delta's four-legged race entry speedily stumbles through mud to the finish line for a hard-earned victory. ACTIVITIES Casino. Beauty and Beast Top Birthday Week Student Activities Board sponsored a night of old-t.nie fun when they revived the scene of an old saloon with dancing girls, a bar, and cealers plating ones favorite game. From T130 to 10130 pm. the establishment was open for b.is.ness and for good clean fun. What one won wasnt money, but it felt good to see the "play" money pile up. Throughout the week men representing tarous functions of the school met to cele- brate and congratulate one another on the educational history and advancement of the insttution. The Casino night was also part of the Birthday celebrations, as was the Spring Fling which included B, I. Thomas' appearance. A penny bought a vote in the Alpha Phi Omega Beauty and the Beast Contest. The contest is held annually to earn money for a charitable cause or a beneficial endeavor. lan Webb of Delta Zeta and Maurice Carter of Delta Sigma Pi picked up the trophies for their organizations and took home individual plagues from the Birthday dance Friday March 13. The money, along with next year's collections, will go to build a campus water fountain for UT Arlington students to enjoy. 1' xi -J X Z" Members of the facufy and UT System converse about the 75th birthday ACTIVITIES Dance Hall girls and their friends pause for a rest from frenzied excitement of night-long gambling at Casino. ffm:- wwytt Fieminiscing, the original editors of the Shorthorn, M. N. Killough and Dr, Herman Brautigam, review the frs: iffy Y I 1,5 lan Webb of Delta Zeta and Maurice Carter from Delta Sigma Pi receive their awards as the Beauty and the Beast of Alpha Phi Omega's annual charity contest. 'JO ""'6 Placing their cards by suit, poker players start thei' game ACTIVITIES ro A 1' I- '-'K l 1 Mayor Tom Vandergriff addresses the diners at a luncheon held at the E. H. Hereford Student Center celebrating the school's 75th birthday. Students and members of the faculty mingle with honored guests at the birthday celebration reception held in the elegant Magnolia room. Lieutenant Governor Ben Barnes addresses his audience at Texas Hall during the morning celebrations, while platform guests await their turn. ACTIVITIES SL 3. 'TZ " J,2oz'., Q . ef ,T J , Xi , t X Q ,I ' ,I 1 if I 'mtv' ITY 5-e' JAM Dr. Frank Harrison emcees at Texas Hall ceremonies A mahogany commemorative plaque tells the school's varied 75-year history. UT Arlington 75 Years' Anniversary Honored In the spring of 1895 Edward Emmett Rankin suggested to Arlington citizens that they begin a college. He fos- tered our institution when he nurtured that idea. From his insight in 1895, UT Arlington grew through the years and the changes in administration to its 75th birthday. To celebrate the milestone Friday, March 13, Ben Barnes, Lieutenant Governor of Texas, and the President of Pomona College in California, David Alexander, made a ten o'clock address to an audience in Texas Hall. Chan- cellor Harry Fiansom and Dan Williams, a member of the UT Board of Regents, also spoke. The A Cappella choir and the symphony band performed for the public affair. A noon luncheon with retired Texas Electric business- man l. B. Thomas and Dr. Frank Harrison speaking was held in the ballroom of the student center for invited guests. A birthday party, complete with punch and cake, which the student body and visiting dignitaries attended climaxed the afternoon. A birthday dance was held that evening at which Alpha Phi Omega presented trophies to the winners of the Beauty and the Beast contest held during the week. SAB was responsible for these campus entertainments. Other events included a banquet for the faculty mem- bers who had worked for the school for 25 years, the Casino night of gambling fun, and a concert by B. .l. Thomas on Wednesday, March 11. The latter two were sponsored by SAB. The theme of the festivities "Past Growth and Future Hope," which was the basis for all activities, was thor- oughly observed in the ceremonial speeches and fun planned for the 75th anniversary of the materialization of Bankin's dream. ACTlVlTlES Rebel Theme Wins in Final Referendum Vote Eighteen years ago "Rebels" was intro- duced as our school theme, but since 1963 K it has caused only trouble. A theme is meant to unite a school and to be a symbol the en- tire student body can admire. For these rea- sons. numerous debates and demonstrations have arisen over the existing motif. Black stu- dents believe it shows the spirit of adventure and determination of a man of principles. The controversy reached fevered heights in Oc- tober of this year. So throughout the year both sides have renewed their efforts in de- bates on the subject and viewpoints for both were honest and dynamically inspiring. Therefore. to consider the wishes of the student body in the emotion-surrounded tur- moil, a theme election was taken again. A vote for an alternate theme chose Mavericks as a popular choice, but when put up against the existing motif it failed to gain a majority. This was the final vote on the question be- cause of a student petition to Student Con- gress which over ZOOXO of the student body signed. A former resolution by the Congress had specified this action in order to achieve a final decision. This ballot the UT System has accepted and therefore the Rebel theme shall remain. v i if , ' T i' WS VT' . - asf, Students view the material efforts of Rebel supporters to keep the theme. Don Taylor fills a newsman in about the controversy and previous black and white student opinions on the subject. O ACTIVITIES c 'N' 'W it fi 'W'-'E I f K' 1 In Qs, i. 'lu-. if lt 'hum A theme petition for a final vote finds its way into the hands of eager co-signers who want to see an end to the turmoil. ACTIVlT!ES 'Yllk 'A I aj ,g.,5iA t fi' its I ' I mf EQ- tx Q 3 -Gyn . Q., sin A Jamaican holiday atmosphere prevails as the Delta Zetas bring the sunny isIand's soft bongo music to the Canto stage nina.. '1 L 1 J, W N ig' I in.-Z I FIJI tourists and their guide ring out in a boisterous Italian tune. E z ft 5 if Q j Elegantiy attired, the young ladies of Phi Mu sorority sing ACTIVITIES I the popular tunes that are characterisic of the English heritage. Delta Tau Delta sponsored Campus Canto April 5, beginning Greek Week, the theme this year was "Countries Around the World." Alpha Chi Omega's medley from the Sound of Music and Phi Delta Theta's Australian serenades and kangaroo dance renditions won first place honors. Phi Gamma Delta achieved second place with songs from Italy while Phi lvlu placed second with melodies from England. An awards banquet where speaker William Tate, dean of men at the University of Georgia and a Delta Tau Delta alumnus, entertained with amusing anecdotes, was held in Fort Worth Wednesday, April 8. Recognition was given to high scholarship and community en- deavors ofthe Greek organizations and Greek God and Goddess Flon Honeycutt of Delta Upsilon and Fiene Scruggs of Tri-Delta were announced. No service project was found in which all could participate, but the orphan's picnic in Forest Park Friday, April 10 was thronged with Greeks. The children were treated to a hot dog roast and an afternoon's romp. Satur- day, April ll the Greek Ball climaxed the eventful week. if Phi Delta Theta members sway to the melody as the kangaroos hop in time Delta Tau Delta's Canto Dpens Greek Week 'C Alpha Chi Omega's ladies charm the judges with the "Sound of Music." Fllls croon a romantic italian air to a laughing a 'c e"ce. 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Jeanfe Par? ff tex e Fields mf? , Q G 1 geriuife Southern hospitaiitf ACTIVITIES tarnpprfg Ulf f C I KAs Host General Andrew Fahachers Visit The Kappa Alpha Sharecroppers Ball, held April 18th at Heritage Hall in Fort Worth, witnessed the appearance of General Andrew Fabacher who wanted to win appeal for his television campaign to change the name of lax beer to Fabacher. The general enjoyed much notoriety and gave the Kappa Sigs a bar chair for their enmass attendance, but no one imbibed his beverage. Share- croppers Ball began the Old South festivities officially on campus when the traditional speech for secession was re-enacted for ballgoers. Kappa Alpha Order awarded Alpha Chi Omega and Q QiunQt'lU:f. - 4 Liifivea U' fi,-' W .uaaawvx :wr ,V V, -v . ' . W.-tg-5M"" i " f , . 1 g Q 2542, Q, U -ff.1ff"k-its ., 'VK Q 195-'V .-A .,,.. r -dl-4? QI-iv. ' , . . X -i il, , 5, 'A' . ' 4 'ff ' ' 'fr H . use f f MY.-rr yy s ' .1 - ft -3 A .M il if-.-. ' 'Y .pf J x ' .A ", .Q f ' M.. f X. ' Beta Phi Sigma and Delta Delta Delta toe the white line as they gently toss the egg one-handed twice down the row of four people. r sf pzffff Phi Delta Theta first place in the aririuei O 1 So For victories in the wagon pull and egg toss L 're fr Omega achieved the honor Phi Deits ,Q UJ 1 .I V 9 9 VEC ff: DQS. ."C: in the water throw firedrill and the Eiutcr Cass ride to win the trophy. Rainy weather 5' iff C! fl f,!f,L: f-rv CJ.,J,.f:'.,. of the afternoon of imaginative horseplaf fcffefe' As a finale to the celebrations, Saturday A Order held their Rose Ball at the Calorie Ccftrf C ,L in Fort Worth. The announcement of their ren sffeef- heart, Miss Lucia l-lart, crowned by her predecessor Dunn was the climax to a week of Southern trsp 'atpr ,.. , 6 T' lu 'P' .- ,cf General Andrew Fabacher fights for title to e :o:-a' X, 1K V-it ' v ffg 5 if X A S' 1 4 , ,, 1- We? nes- .,,.,...iF' Blindfolded Kappa Sigs prepare fo' the nate'-t"':.. ACTIVITIES Lining up for the mad, mad go-cart race, fraternity men get last-minute instructions on the way to maneuver a victory DU's First Grand Prix Proves Go-Cart Smash In the Saturday, Ivlay 1 afternoon sunshine, Delta Upsilon staged its first Grand Prix go-cart races. The UT Arlington south-40 parking lot was laid out in a tire-rimmed course with sororities and fraternities par- ticipating. Phi Mu and Phi Gamma Delta were the winners of the most points of the events for the afternoon. The miniature racing scene had four com- petitive events in each division. Girls were required to make a powder puff derby car, race it dress like drivers since 1900 and take part in a Grand Prix race. lvlen had a slalom race. the tire rotation, a VW backup race, and the Grand Prix race for their trophy. The roar of the machines as they wound trrougr. the maze of track proved to be a noisy but efcitingly different manner of fun for students as they took a few hours off from studying for upcoming final exams. Deita Upsilon fraternity also sponsored a Grand Prix dance which was held at the Ar- lington I-lational Guard armory that evening. Trophies were given to the winning groups at this last pit stop for the day's racing. ACTIVITIES I Phi Delt Walter Linn gazes at the track as he readies for the Grand Prix -In Holding a loose connectlon. Beta 7-Ur Q S ':"'a'C ...- entry speeds through the lap .-.wtf ire Zeta Tau Delta entry close in pursut :e ,-,A ,-M ,, l. 513' Rounding the wide turn between tire bumpers, Delta Tau Delta's entry in the Delta Upsilon Grand Prix takes over the f.rst-:ace sm? ACTIVFTES Spriig Months Filled With Newsworthv Events So" "Q orougnt a flurry of activities to end :ne sececo semester ofthe year. An increas- gt-.efeness of the humanity around :':..g'at the student responses to Earth Day apo tot Kent State tragedies. NN to toe purging of an internal combustion eeg ce toe teacb-in for Earth Day began. Sen- ator Salon Yarborough helped to promote the recessty of conservation and antipollution crogran-s U, S. Congressman lim Wright ad- cfesseo toe teach-in. stressing the ever in- creasing problems of our planet's environ- irefit. Toe oeaths of tour Kent State college stu- oeots t-.ere an unfortunate result of what toewce and misunderstanding can cause. lor ng with nationwide university students, rose from UT Arlington held their own me- mcria' services on campus. E'ections picked up the continuation of school organizations and groups for next year by choosing new officers. The campaigning brought smiles to winners of personality bal- lots and filled all seats in Congress. Shari Sonic-4 was elected the new Miss UTA and DeW.tt Eesterling was chosen the new lohnny Reb. X i l nl' 1. . . r' '. f'-if Sf'-C"?f"fS C'SDerse from a merfofim ser-fice and rally held beneath the library flagpoles in which they demanded the lowering of the flags ACTIVITIES 1 i "' 7 if "va 'N 'i fi' Melody McGee receives some unexpected attefto' A tin-can man hangs from a tree outside the student center and serves as a reminder of polIution's effects. 0 If 0 definitely does remember that she's number one on 're sc l 9 0 l iV,.--,,--f- O 5 BJC r,,,,, 1 nf. -- A- " 4. r t DEQ UNIVERSITY Sympathetic UT Arlington students display simple posters questioning the tragic incidents occurring at Kent State N. -'X9"S Tx. ACTIVITIES Vandiver Delivers Spring Commencement Address UT Ar-lihgton held spring commencement sem :es ter graduating seniors on the eve- of Nay SO. Due to heavy rain, no proces- ser al or recessional was staged for the ca- pac ty crowd at Texas Hall. The winter grad- uates had similiar ceremonies on February 1. The guest speaker at the conferring of de- grees was Frank E. Vandiver, acting presi- dent of Price University. Previously he had helped to foster the Walter Prescott Webb Lecture Series through his own lecturing abil- ity in history. As his address, he delivered a unique presentation of a graduate's position -that ot an alumnus. Deans of the respective schools certified their students for diplomas. Jenkins Garrett, a regent of the University of Texas System, and Frank Harrison, President of the Univer- sity of Texas at Arlington, conferred degrees. They gave out diplomas to masters, bachelors and associates in the various schools. A Cappella choir members sing an inspirational message at 1970 graduation. Peflective efr essiorre grace the faces of recent graduates. Highest-ranked Joe Howe receives his diploma and a standing ovation. ACTIVITIES X?33lwE31DD3DE31D33M1WD331MDZSIWZQIXIDEQ4 X4 P4 V 554 X4 if P24 X if K PA if 74 Q4 V4 QQ LEE M. HAMMOND WILLIAM M. TRIMBLE 254 DAQ 24 DSC as P5 5 6 i P4 P24 Pi Q5 if 25 PERSONALITIES pg V7 Q if 4 X X 974 v S 26 25 if X4 XXMMMMMMMMMMMMMWS3 :gv H J' .., wr N V AI, :B 4 A S ' 'P .4 A' :PX V ' wi ... WMM" A . l K., zriuljv , ., , , 4 9 u 1 - 1 -v 1 ', u 1 I gm J ..4 ' "iff l . . 1 14" 1 1 Q i EL -'L' -.., ,.., -..QJ9 f, o U ,f..,.f'5 -si -,fp ' rw x 'sf 31" ' I I K 4, I s I 5 . C , o f lrnf-L K 41. 0 i mr ma. . ,,, hagy. . , u,,w4wH w ,mW4i:.f:.1,.w ' -w.:5L..s, :If 'fiwislmg' , ' 1 ,,-.W cm-E 1 - 5 , FAQ., M sh J' . A 1 1 I 1, tg , wE'H7'?'Qk 1 , if ' 4" . NU " r , 0 fi, I ,,-: l' . 1 J' -6 M- if ,L P' 'K ' Y - 5 r Hw- ts.. .- H, Ap.. . 5 Q ,- ,. Q ,, .--... 2-V 5a- Q 'le W ,M - wut , 111- K-nf xi' 1' 1- ' 1J " Am' ' jfs! If? , ' V.-. 7 V bf 4? f rx Q ,515 I 2 X ? 1 H , Y I E' uf: IW 'E . It .Y . . we l . ll? I . -A . 1 ,il 1 fn, W ,V , - 4 5 .- U' P Miss UTA Miss UTA waits to welcome visiting dignitaries to the campus with her warm and friendly smile. Cindy obeys an entry's "friendly persuasion" for an annual contest PEFESONALITIES Miss UTA and Johnny Heb discuss campus events between classes w -5 fu- 1 Miss Cindy Sabatucci, senior English ma- jor from Arlington, reigned this year as Miss UTA. Miss UT Arlington, voted by the student body each spring, serves as official hostess and representative for the campus. A member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, Cindy is a past Favorite, a two-year military sweetheart, and 1968 Deputy Corps Sweetheart. Miss Saba- tucm has been honored m her pomhon by welcoming to the campus such dignitaries as Lieutenant Governor Ben Barnes and tele- vision personality Andrew Fabacher. B..,sh .A , Fri if gff 1 I - I Q ,-518 ffl.: U ' x 4 Cindy Sabatucci PEFlSONALlTlES Johnny Reb ff ,.. v . Colonel Esthel O. Stroube's campaign slogan during spring elections was "there's a lot of life in the old boy yet." After a landslide victory for the title of Johnny Fieb, the colonel proceeded to prove his point. The 70-year-old retired army officer is the oldest stu- dent ever to graduate from UTA. His 32 years of service in the army included three years in the horse army. Def- initely this qualified him for many of the duties required of Johnny Reb, one of which is riding on horseback at football games. As Johnny Reb, UT Arlington's traditional spirit symbol, Stroube also appeared at each football game in the classical Confederate uniform designed for him from illustrations found in the UT Arlington Archives. PEFISONALITIES l -t ,W Mi. 35 Two campus royalties, Colonel Stroube as this year's Johnny Reb and Cindy Saba- tucci, Miss UTA, discuss their responsi- bilities shortly after spring elections. The colonel is a senior foreign language major from Dallas. The oldest man ever to pledge Delta Tau Delta national social fraternity, Stroube also maintained a 2.0 grad-e-point average throughout his college career. After graduation, Colonel Stroube plans to study Ger- man culture at the University of Salzburg in Austria. Stroube is cons-idering returning to UT Arlington for graduate school. Although his plains for the future are as yet indefinite, the colonel is also considering teaching in a military academy. Stroube declines comment on today's students. "After all, l'm a student myself. I may be an old man in age but l'm young in heart." Q x' Eb? Miss Dixie Belle 5Nb:QFq:gggs--u.-L5 "Xs " 'JL- Q- J, S Miss Atkins represents the Dodge Division at the annual Auto Show Linda and sorority sisters Hope Griffith and Mary Jeanne Black :afe a sentimental journey through the pages ofthe '69 yearbook. Linda Atkins, senior elementary education niajor from Grand Prairie, has held several ottices in her sorority, Alpha Chi Omega. Tmce named a Reveille Beauty and Favorite, she has also been a Kappa Sigma Starduster tor trio years. Linda is a past Miss Grand Prairie and recently competed in Arkansas for the title of "Miss Dogpatch of U,S.A.," as she currently reigns tor the state as "Miss Dogoatch of Texas." Ln ROTC sweetheart, Linda was named "Denny Queen" at the Military Ball this year. lr addtion to being elected Miss Dixie Belle, ste aso serfed as a varsity cheerleader for the 7969-70 year Miss Atkins also holds the honor of being named Miss llafal Air Reserve and Maid of l-lonor at the Fort Worth Auto Show. She has served on UT Arlingtorrs Panhellenic Council as vice-president and has been named to the Deans List for several semesters. PERSONALITIES iw' Flashing her winning smile, Linda chats with friends in the Student Center. Linda Atkins Alpha Chi Gmega PERSGN-X Miss Dixie Belle PEFISONALITIES Kathy Clwristal Delta Delta Delta in... A Miss Christal and her escort sparkle with excitement on Homecoming night shortly after her crowning as a Miss Dixie D Kathy Christal, majoring in art, is a junior this year. The Grand Prairie lass is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She has been a Kappa Sigma Star- duster for two years and was elected this year to be their sweetheart. Kathy, voted by fraternity men last year to reign as- Goddess of the annual Greek Ball, has been a Favorite and was a freshman cheerleader her first year at UT Arlington. Also Miss Christal was a Beveille Beauty and an BOTC sweetheart. This spring she underwent training in Georgia and is pres- ently a stewardess for Delta Airlines. Miss Dixie Belle serves as Homecoming Queen and is elected by the student body each fall. Traditionally Miss Dixie Belle is involved in many campus activities, cheerleader Kathy Christal. M55 x PEBSONALITIES N' Q Sheri Schick PEFRSONALITIES Favorites Skipper Butler . P if Z ' 1 ef f"'1t.. I we ,.. P 1. 5 vb ' H' I Q-'-' L 41' bw Xirx 13 4 Mike Christe! Cermie Bennett JT - I PERSONALITYES Favorites F' kfjfai I 1 Q 1 , . ' -'Q . Ag., 'I U' PERSONALITIES -KN Col. E. Q. Stroube Ann Dailey - mvrw MMM fm.-QA V mm,-..-sq X, Qzg Vx ,, . .N 1 w 1 4- I Chrlstv Shaffer 15 sw-,-. 9-394' .Xfgfq ff q,A,5.,un- W fav-Q 'Z ff , .,, 6 am W1 'L 5" 2 ...ww Q" L' f..,' X 3 4 af- -tw, 1 ' if-35 f y . 'bl 1, . . , ,V ' ' -H ye? ,av wg vw 2-1 -V-',"'Q.3 :v , .WZ " Q 5 1 . ... .nfgzq k V. -, vp' A "L Y' X- .a , - ,hex , ', . 155155, 4 Q, -www..-.fxxxdi ' '?fA1iF's ,Xi . ,,,,,,,, . gg.f:,.2 .2 x . .Q Jw..- . ... xg . f 5' as a V ,ii quam "K 'r,,,Az'i" " H fy Q Q1 .' . Q "f L. .3 , aww.-. wkxvii Seam ..,. Q fa 8' Q, .G '. gn sf' K 1 f 5' 4 1 1 .1 I ,ti I, 1 .4 ' " An 1- .xi 'S' '-1111! , ., X 1, W Q C 'Iv Xb' 'fs ,fr-, xg' , w L" ww- ,sgf 5 5 35 ' , AM Y ., A 1 X ..1 V: A mmf Hifi Q . . wx .Y-.X . ,153 -:if f- fl .E ' 5:1334 I 9.1! fc, Frank Prochaska .ff s.4 LiA.. an ..,,s I PEFHSONALITIES S5 PEFZSONALITIES Favorites Cindy Strong Bill Saunders ""'F""' 7' 1- . 'JF'-" 0, Q . Nicky Thompson Q--if h Wayne Hampton PEFXSONALITIES C ess -f-f eeee l969-7O UT Arlington Rebel Cheerleaders Truly De It PEFZSONALITIES DO It All Right! EVIIYIUSIBSIIC CVIEE:"':3 5' E 'C 5' 5' of the team and sol ff Pena Dig. That "old Rebel spirit" is again renewed in the traditionally-male victory fe. 1 9 x s 'K X f Q xvii ! Y ' x UNDR Running the gamut of cheerleading emotions, Linda Atkins' features reflect moments of concern. anxiety. and wiid ecstasy. PERSONALITIES af' BG' Qvf- Kem Wells President PERSONALITIES Freshmen Class Cheeses Officers Cerelvrw O'Dev Secretary-Treasurer Wevne DeVVeIcI Vice-President Freshman Cheerleaders Janet Young Sandy Larlkforel Don lVlcCloueI Bob Keller Derma Thomas 2 W ,fs Il l PERSONALITIES PERSONALITIES 655 jranL6n :beha d mega Jgafky Ckridfaf mega mega mega Zueifd K -I a 4 U 9 I 4 4 'QT' l Eaufied Sandy Jo OZIGHLLPJ :Ma :Ma LM., v L- x ff. .R N. x Y 1' f Q '. A .jczg .Mggind :H ' y PEFISONALITIES fin K' J - PERSONALITIES oaigA cl-Lnclon mei e Zffa jau .146aAa Jeri Wakan Eaufied ,rl ,Q ll 22: i'Qz iffy! Quite? mean mana mega am .SEX an .Ami ii" YP' PERSONALITIES Whos Who in American Colleges and Universities 'yr ' 1 f., M vfahuyv .MMwnuuwn.w.,x..,,e,,,, TL D X , "'WlhWuage ,...q,,M...i 'i , Agf- 5, . .jxnqf -4 l'x- Carolyn Sue Luck, Biology 'If' David Levy and Ronnie Turner, Industrial Engineering PERSONALITIES 41-4- Floger Cadenhead and Mrs. Beth Schmidt, Sandy Caffey and Sara Hill, Music a o,,,A-,,..s . .,.V . ..., .. . --11'-r-' A-:Nw I , - .- 4 fi -- I 2 ,w Chemistry I 5, I-A Robert McFiee and Robert C. Davis, Civil Engineering 6 I va, icing. i Martin Woodruff, Military Science Matthew Brown, Socioiogy PERSONALITIES VVho's Who Aix 'N ,A mu' - 6 ,f""' ir American. Colleges anol Universities G' ,,... Joseph Sidney Rowe, Business Administration Mrs. Susan Spoor, English PEFZSONALITIES Mike Baylor, Accounting Francia lvlarzonie, French 2 i Ji Ff"K 4J,q1x+' N .A Y 'UD Mrs. Imagean Newell, Spanish 'Q Jon Black, Mechanical Engineering is if ai f Carol Fienye Cooper and Luke Faulkenberry, Physics ' 'f ' Patrick Hollifield, Aerospace Engineering PERSONAUTIES Whos Who in American. Coileges and Universities gk 35 . 9 " grams ' Shirley Jo Martin, Education 1? 1 if Ki, x". , Mrs. Mary Knight, History Jerome Keating, Mathematics PEFRSONALITIES l gggq on 'wa ifalv 1-,,.-Q Robert Alford, Electrical, Engineering i ,--nw was Q A Y if Michael De Frank, Government Al Fleader Ill, Biology Dean Davis and Lester Hammond, Economics S312 '55 ,f l .1 I D-' 4 A I 5. , .54 A m Z N ' i 5 -9' 4' aim! Mrs. Sherry Graff, English PEFZSONALITIES Debbie Carroll, feature twirler, does her special routine, the twirling of sabers -1- fr-an ao Q l' S K Q tr :QL w . -f is u M yeh xx if 'f fi .ur nk an V X Q x X VAL X X ffm' 3 1 gg?1 . W tiff 35' K mx . ' Midi 5 M 'X' 2 41332 l le ff-A all -sf' N.: TIA qs '91, A . ni . l.' 5 , . . L " l ' ' . -1 5 .ff-55 5 ,M ,513 ' . .. 1 5 f 'Q-33. " . .wifi r 1 ir-1 it l l . .. , , t u.fS.2.w.,1, 5 fr 'fi' ., X 2--..f,-yy., Q Q .,1.. f 5 4 , f fri. If" ' A ,. fy, IFA.: tv 1' fx F, 'IA ',' ' " . 1 " rib. U ,i tx r y- y' -,V 1 I 'E' - , A! - is 'ff- Tbeee sefen beauties plus Bill Horton are the leaders of the 1969-70 UT Arlington Rebel Band. Seated in front are Debbie Carroll and Marlyr. Wriittenbergi Kneeling in back are Sandy Caffey Terry Hamilton, Bunny Hesch, Alexa Lankford and Vicki Lewis. PERSONALITIES A A XXWNNMWNWWWNWWWIX23 gg vga YQ X 2 if 'V X 55 X P4 X if if if if E XQ 534 MARTHA WASHINGTON LITERARY SOCIETY if X X if iq EZ? V4 if if if g X4 v V Q5 ORGANIZATIONS Q4 554 EAC X X X4 if Q 514 if .Xi if X4 514, X4 XPKMDXIDHDPQDHNNDFSIWPEEIMMMDYOX4 O yo .,o S x" ' 1 f 'I O 1 s 1 gy ff -j , f L 0 fig v . I ' -9' .v 5.5 - r , U 4 '.7C:i,ff -' " . 1? -.Q .. . VS! .,-Q: . . - iii ' ' 2 faf1'4.' "ET En... 3' . mc-.. , tv , . f ,.. ,J on 4 I P "5 x fi-ff ' . gn. - v- C" Q' ow- f.. 'SN . . Q' F'f': ., I., Q of N x ,.. ' -Q L ff L , x , ,.., P515 'VJ' ," ", Qi- J J, ,- 8 JW LXR XPXIWDXIDKMDPQNEQDPQWPXWWWDXZZ4 92 4 if iff gi P34 K Z5 if X X X gi X4 sf if 1,5 pig Q4 if if Pug ii 22 X PX ii X PZ W if iq X4 FRATERNITIES W 74 3 5'-3,2 AND SORORITIES 55 2 5 A X 5? Q 'ii S2 54 Q4 L4 DA if XXMMDEIXMMIXIMMMMMMMPES 6- 5 f V X 6 I0 2 7- - 'n 1""' - . i ' 0- , 1 kr ' qi! XY ' ' if ' . f N fill? THXQ 1 5 4 . ,:'. av fa 1 L V4 ll F ' sip T A . 3' , " Freida Turrentine ff-t Phi Mu Marilyn Boullt, president En Ami Cathie Wincovitch, vice-pres. Phi Mu Kathleen Shannon, secretary Delta Zeta Philipa Tillery, treasurer Alpha Chi Omega Karen Benton Delta Delta Delta Jamie Bodiford Delta Delta Delta Marsha Carter En Ami Donna Crenshaw Zeta Tau Alpha Lu'Ann Logan Zeta Tau Alpha Kathy Meyer Zeta Tau Alpha Elaine Pehkonen Delta Zeta Sharon Soladay Delta Delta Delta ma... Panhellenic Council Many university women realize tra! euca- tion involves more than lfrionledge From booksg these young women become tte sorority women of the college. p?JF.?.f:llf:f,fC Council is the governing body of the sorori- ties at UT Arlington. The purpose of Panhellenic is the further- ing of inter-sorority harmony and the pro- motion of greater cooperation among mem- ber groups in relation to the university, Panhellenic Council is composed of two representatives from each sorority and the president of each group. UT Arlington now has five of the National Panhellenic Confer- ence members: Alpha Chi Omega. Delta Delta Delta, Delta Zeta, Phi Mu and Zeta Tau Al- pha, En Ami sorority is also a member ofthe campus Panhellenic. Panhellenic Council cooperates with Inter- fraternity Council in various campus events, This year, for the first time, Panhellenic par- ticipated in pre-school rush, which will be permanently adopted. As Associate Dean of Student Life and Dean of Women, Mrs, Fluth M. Crary serves as sponsor of Panhellenic. 12 llil I 3 The Panhellenic spirit of inte'- sorority cooperation pervades even the Winter Olympics. where the competition between sorori- ties is frenzied but friendly. SGRORITIES i Alpha chi Dmega This anniversary year proved to be a blue-ribbon one for Epsilon Lambda chapter of Alpha Chi Omega. The trophy-happy ladies captured first-place honors in the Delta Tau Delta Campus Canto, the Kappa Alpha Games, and the FIJI Rodeo Cthis for the third straight year, entitling them to keep the- trophyj. Alpha Chis also won many individual honors. Linda Atkins, a Rebel cheerleader, was crowned Miss Dixie Belle. Favorites Shari Schick and Connie Bennett will be next year's Miss UTA and cheerleader. Fresh- man secretary was Carolyn O'Day, Barbara Shields was editor of the Reveille, and Janet Young was a freshman cheerleader. The year began with the pledging of 21 girls in formal rushg five more were pledged in the spring. The formal dinner-dance, held at the Royal Coach Inn, closed the successful year. Diane Sturdivant was chapter president. 'KC' Rick Goyne Richard Lang Don Livesay Big Brothers Jan Ammons Linda Atkins Vicki Barker Debbie Bridge A Rhonda Brock i Debbie Carroll bffmibfgf Kim Crane ,gg-3. Karen Crook Nancy Dillion Patty Donnell Joan Edwards Karen Finan Gay Friess Eileen Griffin Hope Griffith Karen Hahn Linda Atherton Connie Bennett Mary Jeanne Black Barbara Cushman Charlotte Cushman Among Alpha Chi's eight Fleveille Beauty finalists are: Linda Atkins, Mary Jeanne Black, Shari Schick, Eileen Griffin and Debbie Carroll, Connie Bennett, Angela McCoy and Toi Smith are not shown. Susan Hardwick lvonne Herrera Pat Hinds Peggy lreson Mary Kellogg Linda Long Angela McCoy Cynthia Moore Nancy Nelson Carolyn O'Day Nancy Rankin Mary Chris Fletzlaff Nancy Floper Shari Schick Madge Scroggins Barbara Shields Toi Smith Nancy Sormrude Philipa Tillery Ginger Vaughn Janet Young Members of the Beta pledge class rescue a new pledge from dire peril in the paddle party skit performed for their active sisters. The five "brave" spring pledges, and fre crave' 2 Ca" class, Vicki Lewis, Anne Epstein, tiara! Brewer, Dense fee' and June Cook, get a taste of Sl3"'ff,OOd ' f sac' '77 ? 1' SOBOHWIES 709 C7 l . l l Hold ng the long-stemmed roses of Beveille Beauties, Tri-Deltas Intensely watching a pledge sister in the Phi Delta Theta Winter Te rxl Tenney, Kathy Christal, Sandy Lankford and Cris Franklin Olympics fall pledges Nancy Hamilton Sandy Lankford Cathy Self exhibt their winning smiles for the camera. and Ann Huff view events from the sorority and fraternity sidelines Pam Clark Cindi Coulson Sue Coursey Vicki Crockett Janna Deering Spidey Delaune loy Dunn Cris Franklin Pam Cant , lana Giddens ficki Haiduk 'farsha Hambrick Nancy Hamilton Linda Harwell SOBOBWES Sharon Soloday, president Donna Asa Mary Asa Connie Bates Karen Benton Jamie Bodiford Pam Bodiford Sandra Buckner lan Bunderle Kathy Christal 1 fr' l 'z f' . yy V , , 0 J qs' 4 ll' vi an 4 i Delta Delta Delta Beta Epsilon was initiated this summer into the heritage of Delta Delta Delta founded in 1880 at Bos- ton University. As a baby chapter the increased work found the girls getting the most improved scholarship in addition to having the best sorority service project on campus. Rebel cheerleader and KE sweetheart Kathy Chris- tal was named Miss Dixie Belle. Also, the girls are proud of Linda Harwell for being named the new Delt queen for 1970 and Christy Shaffer for being re-elected cheerleader and named favorite along with Nicki Thompson. Sand-y Lankford joins Christy as a new cheerleader. KE has five Tri-Deltas as new Little Sistersg and Phi Delta Theta has 1970 Greek Goddess Bene Scruggs as their sweetheart. loy Dunn served KA and lodies as sweetheart and Sandra Gregg Baker was a Flll Lady of the Black Diamond, Dixie Hensley Ann Huff lan Huff Melissa Hundt Barbara Johnson Sandy Lankford Linda Leftwich Mary lvlcLendon za ' ,- 'F 1 Larry Dunn ' -a-"'x1'l 6 xi' Q G '31 , .Y Kas? 'fl X X it, 19, I -. . . .5 .- nga f- 1 41. K7 Barbara Milan- lan Owen Mary Babroker Nancy Rogers Lynn Scott Fiene Scruggs Christy Scully Cathy Self Christy Shatter Terryl TGDFUSY Nicki Thompson Kathy Webb Kathy Yarnell Cheryl Zeit SOBOBITIES l En Ami En Ami had its best year this year as they won first-place honors in the Kappa Sig Karnival, the Phi Delt Winter Olympics and the APhiO Terrell Show. En Ann pmced second nttheldomeconung Bonhre skits, Flll Bodeo and the Beauty and Beast Con-test. EAS honored on campus included Pam Six, who was a Beveille Beauty and served as a UT Arlington Mam'selle. Also serving as Mam'seIles were Barbara Totten and Laura Stith. Military sweethearts were: Terry Thompson, Bifle Team, Diana Saunders, Band Company, Bernadette Sulak, Pistol Team, and Lana Lambert, Insurgent Team. Linda Garza served as sweetheart of Eta Kappa Nu. Terry Hamilton was a UT Arlington majorette and presently holds the title of Miss Winnsboro. The annual end-of-school sorority retreat was this year held at Surfside in Freeport. If AA' 1:--if Bob Crouch, Beau Dale Stephens, Beau SOBOBITIES Barbara Balvin Tina Barnett Marsha Carter Janice Clausen Candy Cole msgmipiii Rochelle Frazee Linda Garza Pam Greener Nancy Hopper Vicki Jackson Bobbie Johnson A'Bee Kersen Gloria Ladusky Lana Lambert Janet Loar Venita Lovelace Grace Maxwell Pam Myers Marilyn Boullt, president Barbara Edwards Carmen Escajeda v nk' i I . 1 6 Three exhausted EAs Colleen Snowden Pandf f' C- Stroup, raise their hands in victory as r r J EAS seem to enjoy the masculine touch Gunther Strauss, En Ami dirt, in one of the mggt Ufmg Sofofltj 6,6 S beau, lends to the party in honor of the new big and little sisters. Surprise and joy seem to overcome Jane Ludwig when it is announced her sorority "Big Sis" will be Bernadette Sulak. Pam Six Colleen Snowden Laura Stith Janis Stroup Bernadette Sulak Nancy Taylor Terry Thompson Barbara Totten Elaine Vranes Pam Winget lane Wood Susan Wood .Q 1-Q u M fe,-"'... Q D? Q-s if , J 9 Vim IFS aid of sorority beau Hoy Anderson, quick Phi Mu Ann Fridrich reaches to grab the ribbon from the slippery caIf's tail in FIJI Rodeo r-Q N79 9' 'As s rg songs from merry England to claim second place in Delts' Campus Canto. One of ine bloc: 1 , f at Pnf M-js NESQKXJ f is brave DU Joe Po' SOFZOFZITIES Freida Turrentine president Shannon Cox Debbe Crayton Patti Den Phi Mu Phi Mu was the first National Panhellenic sorority established on the UT Arlington campus. The women of Epsilon Zeta chapter were installed into the na- tional on October 21, 1967. On Halloween the Phi Mus trick-or-treated for Project HOPEg they later sponsored the UTA Blood Bank for shJdents and facuhy. The Phi Mus won first place in the Delta Upsilon Grand Pnx and second macein Deha Tau Dehas Campus Canto. In the Kappa Sig Karnival they placed fwstin skn compehhon and secondlprthew boodm Chapmw achvmes annuaHy indude a Foundefs Day Banquet, the Chapter Birthday Party, a Big-Little Sister Party and the Carnation Ball. A unique heritage handed down within the national sorority is the Phi Mu Washboard Band, composed of musically-inclined chapter members. Susan Franklin Cynthia Freeland Ann Fridrich Priscilla Hamilton Linda Jacobsen Donna Kontovich Colleen McHugh Terry Mclver Cynthia Meador Terre Miner Jayne Morrell Ellen Nipp Patti Palmer Marcia Reed Ruth Bourke Anna Shultz Karen Skau Teresa Swanson Susie Webber Sue Williams Cathie Wincovitch NZ W Boy Anderson Beau fu E 1 -,A-l 5 5 N f 8' M t 2 uv- ,i 1 SOBOBITIES SIFIJZD fg .J if . ll fe -J - - J' B T 7' Q11 ld gm Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Sigma chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha was awarded the sorority scholarship trophy this year for the second consecutive year. Zetas also won second place this year in the Phi Delt Winter Olympics. Other Zeta honors include Donna Beaird, 1969 Miss Arlington, and this year's Miss UTA, Cindy Sabatucci. Leigh London, Kay Higgins, and Jeri Ma- han were Beveille Beauties, Ann Dalley was a cam- pus Favorite. Sue Luck was Who's Who in Biology and winner of the Delta Delta Scholarship Award. Lady of the Black Diamond Leigh London also re- ceived the Dana Downs Memorial Award, the first year it was given, at the Greek Banquet. Many activities fill the Zetas' year. Among these are the White Violet Banquet, Dad and Daughter Day, the three-day summer retreat, and Zeta Week the week ofimuauon nw ' av- -x Becky Backof Donna Beaird N 1 Susie Brewer Q L fo X 'P Sarah Bryant Linda Bush Donna Crenshaw Ann Dalley Teresa Evans Pat Moore Falls Jeanne Fields Jill Fliton Debbie Francis Mary Godfrey Gayle Gorsich Kay Higgins Sandra Hill Jo Hinds Soozn Hoffman Jennifer Jackson l iv 4 'Dt 5 V A ff, Y' -- cb SOBOBITIES A Jorja Jackson Kerri Krueger Jackie Lay Lu'Ann Logan Leigh London Sue Luck Carol Lynch lL Mary McMurtre Linda Mackey Mathilde Maersch Jeri Mahan Andrea Mulder Chris Noland Cheryl Obert Kathy Meyer, president Carole Cunningham at r . ZW Zeta's skit for the Kappa Q , Sigma Karnival features an Q4 ' "ancient" Greek ritual- ' with their surprise ending. l i i I Zeta's eight Beveille Beauty finalists are Kay Higgins, Cheryl Obert fkneelingjg Carole Cunningham, Beverley Wilson, Jeanne Fields, Leigh London, Linda Stobaugh and Jeri Mahan Cstandingj. V l L 4, Skipper Butler, Beau Q Ronnie Honeycutt, l Big Brother Q ie 1' Q - YO s , Q -y ,fl "ls I I M 'img AX ll limi Z 1 f africa- pi .X f .L .ug Lauran Payne Cindy Sabatucci .lv bl Pam Sawyer A Vicki Sheldon i I ,F lean Anne Smith Linda Stobaugh fi 'I Q. F' Susan Suddeth Pam Swanner fa. ,N .. Donna Thomas ',, N Mary Walsh 'A' Suzanne Williams Beverley Wilson 1 I vi'- 15' 4' n l SOBOBITIES Delta Zeta lota Psi chapter of Delta Zeta found their third year on campus to be an active one. The year began wmh a Foundefs Day dessem pany gwen Cknober 22 by mea amnwa On HaHoweenthe DZstHck4M- heated local ahuns for canned goods and cknhes for Navaknlndmns. NovenHxm'llinarkedthe chaptefs Bnthday Pany, to which they invited the NTSU and SMU chapters. Later in the year the DZs held a pledge-active retreat, the Big-Little Sister Dinner, and a Christmas Dinner, the annum Bose BaH condudedthe yeafs acuvmes. The spring pledge class won first place in the Ter- rell Show with their skit. At Delta Zeta's State Day, the chapter was awarded the scholarship award and the Chapter Achievement Award. Individual Delta Zeta honors include Francia Mar- zonie, Who's Who in French, and Debbie Jordon, Beveule Beauty Hnahst F Andy Hudson, Beau 5 - Elaine Pehkonen I , president Cathy Brown 7 ' A! A - l 1 in W ll L' L8 "i - l fi- I L- A 'I A xx F 1 jd g is l r 1 r . 8' l i ' , 5 fi A fx K V, 'ii ,AA ' H " f , l i ,A in Q-,r A 6 I, A N .J b f,-Q1 R . I 1 l K N J ', X' :. , A 5- :4 A 'J' A ! A N L l ' l . , SOBOBITIES 5 Q3 lp Barbara Bury Brenda Clark Cindy Clark Beth Clarkson Martha Corboy Sharon Dyer lane Gray Susan Hagard Charlotte Heath Sally Hendon Martha Hurley Diana Kelley Dawn McFiae Francia Marzonie Diana Fiosa Alice Sewall Kathleen Shannon Mary Beth Smith Shawna Smith Helen Sramek Nancy Steinecke Bonnie Stoddard Janice Taraba Patti Tilson Debbie Vickers Linda Warren Jan Webb Paula Young N n U1 , r -vi lnterfraternity Council Y ,, , X 1, x ' ' , N4 1311! -MX xxx '. ' Members of lnterfraternity Council groups Delta Upsilon and Kappa Sigma compete in a more-or-less friendly game of intramural soccer. Arthur Chavoya, president Kappa Sigma John Nowell, vice-pres. Delta Tau Delta Bob Maxwell, secretary Kappa Alpha David Livingston. parliamentarian Phi Gamma Delta Scott Taylor, rush chairman Phi Gamma Delta lim Alles, Delta Upsilon Steve Buford, Kappa Alpha Bill Cade, Delta Tau Delta Mike Douglas, Delta Upsilon Larry Dunn, Delta Tau Delta Greg Gansert, Phi Delta Theta Victor Garza, Kappa Alpha Gary Goodyear, Delta Upsilon Ken Hackett, Kappa Sigma Bruce Hill, Delta Tau Delta Walter Keasler, Kappa Alpha Randy Kildow, Phi Gamma Delta Richard Lang, Kappa Sigma Walter Linn, Phi Delta Theta Tom Marlow, Kappa Sigma Bill Slusser, Phi Delta Theta Fraternal organizations play an essential role in the growth of a university, as UT Arlington has witnessed with the coming of National lnterfraternity Confer- ence members to the campus lnterfraternity Council Members of the lnterfraternity Council are I-lpha Phi Alpha, Beta Phi Sigma, Delta Tau Delta Delta Upsilon, Kappa Alpha Order, Kappa Sigma Phi Delta Theta, and Phi Gamma Delta lFllll Alpha Phi Alpha and Beta Phi Sigma are new to the carripus IFC this year, Beta Phi Sigma is in the process of going na- tional inthe immediate future. Membership in the lnterfraternity Council consists of the president and three representatifes from each of the eight fraternities at the university, The IFC exists to coordinate and improve the activities of fraternity operation, to promote harmonious relations and render service to the member fraternities, and to serve as spokesman for the fraternity system, IFC seeks to encourage excellence in the areas of schol- arship, service, leadership, athletics, and social activity. The lnterfraternity Council works with Panhellenic Council on a variety of campus activities. including the Delta Tau Delta-sponsored Campus Canto for all university sororities and fraternities, and the various Greek Week activities. As Assistant Dean of Student Life, Kent Gardner serves as sponsor of the lnterfraternity Council. AS, -f FBATEBNITIES Order of Omega John Madden. Arthur Chavoy Bruce Hill. treasurer Bmce Hutson. Mike Christal Larry Dunn Dr. Emory Estes Greg Gansert Fiandy Kildow Bob Maxwell John Nowell Scott Taylor Steve Youts Members president Phi Delta a. vice-pres. Delta Tau secretary Phi Gamma Theta Kappa Sigma Delta Delta Kappa Sigma Delta Tau Delta Tau Phi Delta Phi Gamma Kappa Delta Tau Phi Gamma Phi Delta Delta Delta Theta Delta Alpha Delta Delta Theta The National Order of Omega was founded at the University of Miami in 1968 for the purpose of rec- ognizing fraternity men who have made an outstand- ing contribution to the Greek system o-n their campus and exhibited great leadership ability in interfraternity affairs. Although primarily honorary in nature, Order is active on both a social and a service basis. The Texas Alpha chapter at UT Arlington was char- tered on April 24, 1969 with an initial membership of 13. At the present time this is the only chapter of the Order of Omega in Texas. This year's new members were announced at the Delts' Campus Canto opening Greek Week. Among the new inductees was Dr. Emory Estes, the first faculty member so honored. Sponsor for the organization is Kent Gardner, As- sistant Dean of Student Life and IFC sponsor. 14' I l i . 5 I I .T p -'-Q -.., ,Q .5 ff , ' F3 if-,ft .-ff-aff.-Wit' .Q at -.1t.f'r'5fZ1f,' f3":L.Af.1 1, ' - .?.'x1.?:.m!..4.-f-K5-'51-1, Hi'l, Mike Ctr D ai. ,s, 120 FRATEFINITIES Orde' of Ortega rnerrbers Steve Youts, Arthur Chavoya, lohn Madden, Dr. Emory Estes, Greg Gansert, lohn Nowell, Bob Maxwell, Bruce Farid! lfildon, Kent Gardner Csponsorj and Larry Dunn gather in front of the university's library. Beta Phi Sigma Beta Phi Sigma Fraternity was founded at tfie 'Jr.i- versity of Texas at Arlington on October i, 1969 as Sigma Fraternity, becoming the sefenth soma' fra- ternity on campusg the name change nas made fre following month. Beta Phi Sigma stands as the first fraternity to be founded at UTA since the ad fent of national social fraternities on campus some tuo fears ago. Founding the group were 17 mernbersg Beta Phi Sigma pledged six new members in spring Push Beta Phi's activities this year have included par- ticipation in all intramural sports, a Homecoming Party at the Holiday lnn, a Champagne Christmas Party at the Town and Country and full participation in campus activities. lt is the aim of Beta Phi Sigma to affiliate with a national fraternity and, in so doing, strengthen the campus fraternity system. R ,, ,., -,- . .-.A - YYY: M-. ,, " .J -- . --1. va 143. john Earnest Beta Phi Sigma's spring Lake Worth retreat is the scene of some brotherly fun. Larry Allmond Bon Brooks Bill Fenton Perry Owen Fuller Kirk Gay John Hamilton Bob Hightower Art James Larry Minter Bill Powell Steve Smith John Wehner Ed Wenzel Eugene Williams FBATEBNITIES ww X f -5- 2 ?? ll Fa:-2 FBATEBNITIES Delta Tau Delta The men of Delta Tau Delta have consistently ex- celled in all phases of campus life. For the seventh consecutive year, Delts received the IFC scholarship trophy: they also ranked second among all Delt chap- ters in the nation scholastically. Delts also claimed the first-place trophy in the Flll Flodeo this year. Epsilon Rho chapter captured second place in overall intramural competition, having won the uni- versity championship in basketball and tied for it in track. E. D, Estes and Bob Peek lettered in football and basketball, respectively, and Rodney Acker cap- tained the UTA soccer team. Bruce Hill, lohn Nowell, Larry Dunn, and sponsor Dr. Emory Estes were members of the Order of Cmega. Col. Stroube was Johnny Bebg he and cheer- leader Wayne Hampton were both Favorites. The men of the purple and gold annually sponsor Campus Canto, opening Greek Week, for all campus sororities and fraternities. 1 Mike Ballou Pete Barry Les Baxter "" "' lim Beggs lon Black Joe Burk Randy Burum Bobby Bush Billy Cade Mark Carter Jay Cole Dana Crissey Bob Crouch John Davies Bill Dollar Larry Dunn David Epps Emory Estes George Felix Mike Franklin Bruce Hill, president Danny Abshire Rodney Acker Harold Armstrong Andy Banister Randy Beckham Jim Biggerstaff Bobby Boelter Bruce Boettcher Barry Carpenter Allen Crawford Lawrence Culling Wayne DeWald Charles Dobbs DeWitt Easterling J 1 ' I Jacque Frazell Chuck Gifford Phil Grafft Wayne Hampton Harvey Harper Doug Harrison Jim Irion Delt Duchesses Linda Harwell and Mary Rabroker relax in Mark Kessel the fraternity lodge with Colonel E. O. Strobe, Johnny Reb. R90 Lee Chris Livingston Mark McClendon Robbie Mardis Mike Maroney Fred Meier David Moore Ray Moore Ronnie Morrison David Neal Shadow John Nowell Terry O'Neal Bob Peek James Powell Bryan Renfro Jim Rex Steve Reynolds Dick Roan Dick Roberts Jimmy Runnels Paul St. Charles Dawson Smith Joe Gary Smith Bobby Strange Col. E. O. Stroube Richard Teague Tommy Thornton Mike Thweatt Norman Tindall George Tocquigny Robert Trice Ken Wells Gary Westfall Doug Wilson Bryant Wolf I-Q .-. ,4- X, 'Rx 53 1' 'SIT - ,J -0 0. I Qs' 'Rc is Q' XX:- FRATERNJTIES -3- ' 1- fl Min 'Yi'-anif -- I R Clif N AL lk' if 43' ,l,l- ,,l,l. Delta Upsllon The men of the Arlington chapter of Delta Upsilon Fraternity have come a long way in the three years of their existence, from the small local organization, Sigma Phi Beta, in 1967, to DUs in 1969, to a strong chapter of DU today. The men take honors in foot- ball with Sam Martin, and in popularity with cheer- leader Dan Flash and Alpha Chi Omega big brother Don Livesay. As a social group the me-n started their annual-to- be event, the DU Grand Prix, on May 2, 1970. lnter- fraternity go-cart competition and sorority events took place in the afternoon with an evening- dance. Last spring, the DUs moved into a large white house on Abram. Proudly bearing the Greek letters of the fraternity, it represents the members well. The fraternity's little sisters help the boys at rush and President Debra Krauss is sweetheart. Don Livesay, president Larry Adair "' Jim Alles Q., John Ashby Tim Bartlett Craig Barton Earl Bradley Layne Bradley iv H Ynpwwf Bob Brown Flobert Brown Miles Bryant Ronald Casper Brian Clem Hal Coffman Floyce Colley W , Flay Dennis 5" Sam Dick ya, Mike Douglas Jim Eagle Dean Fishburn Buddy Fry Kenny Gaskins Barry Good .J 'is M J: Gary Goodyear John Griswold Hugh Hall "T Kirk Hill Bill Hubbard Ronnie Ladd David Jarrett J f J FBATEBNITIES James B. Amend Harvey Atchison Joe Dean Blazek Denver Edmonds Flonnie Honeycutt J J i JRl'llE BRADLEY Cl-lRl5TY FINLEY FAH ST JOHN "-. X T7 M NANCY MCSPADDEN RUTH ROURKE ! Rodney Lagasse Larry Lakes Tim Lavender lim Lewis lim Mclntosh Sam Martin Roger Metcalf Kirk Millican Wally Monreal Mike Page Roger Ray Larry Robertson James Settle Lyn Simpson Larry Stubblefield lim Thomas limmy Turner Bill Weldon loe Willard Theril Williams Gene Wright DEBBIE BRlDGE PEGGY CITSTLEBERRY JEANNETTF COBURN l PFW! A CO1 xi, lf.A'Hl 4 3 SOOZAN HOFFMAN W JENNY STRlTTl'lATTER PAT SHAW f Ml-ff 51542 YWTTF Vx ', nf iluf i DTN NOAH Q if - ' l, i NJHA J' -T 'O I M SHAW VHXISANT MARK! LYNN l-liBERT GEORGE ANN WRlGHT 5 U ,zo -,N pqgfj' v lftfir- "T-Wuii LVNNE JOSHEMHN A v-5 FRATERNITIES l Leigh London. Lady of the Black Diamond Cheql Puiselley, Lady of the Black Diamond Cindy Strong, Lady of the Black Diamond Larry Able lim Ashworth 611 631:- -lr W .345 Rod Barber Fijis David Clark, Phil Shaw and John Williams try everything from tail pulling D 'Fi' Jeff Barton ta-G-' FBATEBNITIES to neck twisting and verbal threats to get a stubborn bull across the finish line Bovie Browning David Chamberlain Ronnie Chambers Victor Crosby Tom Dailey Guy Davis Kit Davis Wendell Ellis Pat Ferris Bill Fortney Bob Gazzola Flick Coyne Paul Hamilton Hay Harris Walt Hammond Tom Hoenig Phil Hutson Bruce l-lutson Mike Jarrett Kenny Keown Randy Kildow Mike Kimball Mike Lance David Livingston Don McCloud Carl Marshall Doug Mitchell lack Morris FIJI As one of the most influential and accomplished fraternities on campus, the men of Phi Gamma Delta have again displayed their winning spirit by winning the Homecoming Bonfire trophy for the third straight year. It now has a permanent place in the large col- lection of trophies displayed in the new FIJI house. FIJI social events play an important part in their school year. They include the Purple Garter Party, Champagne Party, Rodeo Party, the FIJI Islander and the Hippie Party. FIJI brothers holding positions of leadership are: Frank Prochaska, head cheerleader and Favoriteg Scott Taylor, IFC Rush Chairmang David Livingston and Chris Gray, IFC officersg and Mike Baylor, Who's Who in Accounting. Bob Keller, Jimmy Kinney and Don McCloud filled three of the four freshman cheer- leading posts. Dale Stephens and Gunther Strauss serve as En Ami beaus. Bill Myers Harry Newton Bonnie Overbeek Robert Overton Christy Patrick Orsen Paxton Greg Phillips Butch Polk Tom Price Frank Prochaska "Chief" Queton Dennis Ray Phil Shaw Mike Smith Pat Smith Dale Stephens Alan Stockard Dieter Strauss Gunther Strauss Freddy Taylor Scott Taylor Steve Tibey Kirk Walden Wendell Ward James Watson Earl Weiher Steve Will John Williams Rick Winters David Wollenman David Wood Stacy Woodall Gary Wortham Richard Zeminick Robert Zeminick FRATERNITIES ,E l "1 FRATERNlTlES Kappa Alpha Order Kappa Alpha Order was founded in 1865 at Wash- ington and Lee College in Virginia. Delta lota chap- ter, celebrating their second birthday this year, came to UT Arlington on April 26, 1968. The men of KA won intramural trophies in Cross Country racing, bowling and billard competition. The brothers excel in golf also. Rusty Reece is a newly elected varsity cheerleader for next yearg Bob Max- well is IFC secretary and a member of the Order of Omega, Old South Week was continued this year by the Order with a slightly different twist when they brought General Andrew Fabacher to the Sharecroppers Ball. They held the traditional Old South games for the sororities and a formal Old South Ball climaxed the colorful week. Steven Buford, president Phil Baker Cecil Brewer Larry Buster Pat Cotton George Creach Horace Crow Arthur J. Davies Oscar Garza Victor Garza Robert Gatewood Turpin Gerard Mike Hankins James Henson Walter Keasler Bruce Knox Mike Lanier Rick Leconey Chuck Martin Robert Maxwell Robert Montgomery Brian Murphy Chuck O'Toole Dayton Paschal Gary Payne Rusty Reece lames Robbins Alan Robinson I! Kappa Alpha members Bill Buford, Alan Robinson, and Bob Maxwell try to tackle a moving animal in an event of Fllls Rodeo fi?- i Joy Dunn Sweetheart Mickey Tryon lohn Wakefield Larry Webb Robert Wilson Mike Winton lay Wright John Young Rusty Russell Rusty Stricker Mike Tovvnley ax v- , up FRATERNITIES Phi Delts industriously set posts for a new entrance gate for the Arlington Boys' Club Summer Camp during their Community Service Day 1 i Bill Slusser, president Boy Anderson E Rene Scruggs Sweetheart 62+ FBATEBNITIES '25 v-V ZH l. Larry Bowman Bill Brasher Bobby Burns Skip Butler Vernon Campbell Mitch Caudle David Conway Guy Crawford Flex Crosswhite Bic Cunningham Mike Davis Alvy Dodson Mack Elder James Fines Handy Ford Jim Foster Gary Gansert Greg Gansert Olie Garrison David Graves Jim Haverkorn Robert Hoppe Bob Isbell lim lvy Steve Jenkins Tommy Kalan Al Kraft Chuck Lehman Walter Linn Bill Olsen Chris Ortman Larry Pace Arden Plattner Ed Pollard Jon Ransom Gary Roark Cris Roenn Al Sabedra Mark Sherrod Rick Sherrod Ronnie Shireman Mike Slusser lon Smithson Monte Stewart John Stockton Hal Thorne .,-- Randy Turner Rusty Vaden Ralph Widman Phi Dalia Theta Their second year on campus found the men of Phi Delta Theta capturing the intramural champion- ship. Football co-captain Dick Hill and Skipper But- ler, NCAA kicker of the year, were named All- Southland Conference, as was Brent Skillman in baseball. Doug Russell captured two Olympic gold medals, Warren Barry was an All American swimmer. DeWayne Gray and Al Kraft were track co-captains. Distinguished Phi Delts on campus included Favor- ite Skipper Butler, Rusty Vaden as Rebel cheerlead- er, lohn Madden as Student Congress vice-president and Order of Omega president, and two sorority beaus: Bob Isbell for Alpha Chi Omega and Skipper Butler for Zeta Tau Alpha. Phi Delts annually sponsor the Winter Olympics for campus sororities. They also support a Greek or- phan child and, this year, rebuilt the Arlington Boys' Club Camp at Lake Grapevine. Qc- 'G' I 8- I L gg - 5 3' ?.. K' FRATEBNlTlES 1' -, V-M S -LT: Kafliy CHFJSIBI Sweetheart Richard Lang. president Bzshop Allen Bob Allison John Baldridge Mike Barksdale Charlie Bates Mke Bennett Richard Blanche Tommy Boorman Phil Bristow Hugh Brown Michael Brown George Budinsky Paul Cabness Busty Cameron Arthur Chavoya Mike Christal Marty Christie John Dobbs Ronnie Dungan Jerry Easterwood Sid Eppes Steve Gleason Gary Gruber Harvey Guthrey Ken Hackett Fiobert Hendley Darrel! Herrington BJchard Hoeckendorf Danny Hogsett Dusty Hundt Charlie Ingram Mark Jacobs Larry Jernigan Bri Jones Russell Karr Mike McDuff Patrick McElroy Larry McLaughlin Bret lflalott Tom Marlow John Meade FBATEBNITIES Kappa Sigma brothers unite to carry a sacrificing members VW in an event of the FIJI games .fvq6?' WU' fr' V J G bmw K ' -,. nr.- ty Q Q""' .PA 'A L ,Q Kappa Sigma Kappa Sigma, originally founded in 1400 AD., cele- brated its lOOth year in North America in 1969. Fol- lowing years of Kappa Sigma tradition the Theta Omega chapter has earned a respectful position among UT Arlington Greeks. Victories in campus activities during the past year include the KA Old South Games and Casino. Be- sides participating in other campus events, Kappa Sigma sponsors its own Charity Carnival in the fall. In addition, the fraternity sponsors various personal service projects such as collecting empty cigarette packs to purchase a youngster time in an iron lung. Campus leaders in Kappa Sigma are Bill Saunders, Student Body presidentg Arthur Chavoya, IFC presi- dentg Bret Malott, varsity tennis captaing and Mike Christal, favorite. Richard Lang is a Big Brother of Alpha Chi Omega. W-..., 6? bf I' in XS! N 459 'F fav x 'SJ i" ,.b, ' 5 I S tx fb 3 .qs-H' I, .ft f i 4 tu 5 , 5 , i V. , A ' ,m- E 'nxt 2, 2 Morris Minshew Paul Morawski Kenneth Morrison Don Neely Michael Neff John Neveille Dick Parker Al Pick Robert Pickett Sam Plog John Pope Randy Rabeck 'Qu C1 If C , "aria 455 "'x Richard Lang receives a recognition award from a representative of the Association for Retarded Ch :rec loe Ramos Courtney Roberts Bill Robertson . 3 Aff, av 4 1 A .. -: ix ' X ft" caters L ,,v" -we 1 Y il, ' I My A QSM fd ri J' Bill Saunders Mark Self Ernest Snipes lim Spalding Marc Stevens Rocky Walton Joe Weatherford Charles Welch Lynn Worden Larry Yoweli FRATERNITIES IS 133 Kappa Sigma Stardusters The Little Sisters of the Star and Crescent is a select group of women who have shown uncommon interest and willingness in working with the Kappa Sigma fraternity. On March 22, Jeanne Fields and Melissa Hundt were initiated as the newest Stardusters. The new Starduster pledges are Nancy Hamilton, Eileen Grif- fin, Carol Staley. Carolyn O'Day, Marilyn Jones, Linda Cuthrey and Pat Morey. Titles held by Stardusters include two Beveille Beauties, two varsity cheerleaders, Miss Grand Prairie, Miss Pecan Bowl and campus favorite. At the Homecoming game this year, two Stardusters, Kathy Christal and Linda Atkins, were both elected Miss Dixie Belle. Sororities represented include AI- pha Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta and Zeta Tau Alpha. The president of the Little Sisters is Kathy Christal, Kappa Sigma Sweetheart. Linda Atkins Kathy Christal Jeanne Fields Eileen Griffin Nancy Hamilton Melissa Hundt Two Kappa Sigma Stardusters, Linda Atkins and Kathy Christal, smile pretty after winning the Miss Dixie Belle joint crown. FBATEBNITIES Carolyn O'Day 'Y . 'fir 2 , my t -Q - n "af 1 Q 'JUXZL X 6 . 4. . Q' 2 1 - 1 I l 09 'i , l . gk. -Sf. Kappa Sigma initiates new Stardusters and names Miss Kathy Christal to be 1969-70 sweetheart of their fraternal organization. 5? I 52 , T7 XXWWmNW1W1lX1lP3'S1WlNX1IX1WW?fX3 X4 P14 574 Q. X 5 X ELS P324 " 5 ig P34 pig 5 4 ii X if if 52? if PZ? if if X X4 if A4 V HONORARIES v sag DAQ X PX if if X X4 if ,Xi if Xi KQV vvvvvvvvvvvvvvbgq K 261 W VA W W W W W W W M1 W PA PA DA Af John Fi Bunt Alpha Chi "Ye shall know the truth and the truth will make you free" is the motto of Alpha Chi natonal honor socmny. The organmahon, vJmch is sponsored by IDL hAargaret VVHey, hopes to hehathe urnversny growiacadenwc- ally by having such subjects as foreign uni- teryhes and vanous educahonal progranw broughttothe canipus The organmahon is desgned to pronune and recognize scholarship and those elements of character winch nwake scholady achieve- ment possible. Members must be on the junior leveland have a grade poun average of2i5 Serving as president hnrthe faH senwester was Lynn Osborne and for the spring semes- ten leny Jackson. Qonald Bryant A flobert W Butsch William Cade George Coles E eine Coville Donna Crenshaw Cary Cumbie Qooert C. Davis lames Timothy Denison Bzce Dundas Alice Mc Eiiis Luces lvl Faulkenberry lad th Ann Foster iafnes Class learn e Coerte Bcceficif A Coyne !V'fllli3l'?'1 Mack Crady lafnes L, Hamm Donato C Hays Crafierie Hembree Robert Warren Stephen Webb Barksdale Cindy Baw Karen Beeman Alford Beverly Bentley Dinah Bleau Gary lvl. Brammer Matthew Edward Brown VN T' L4 .h lfvg A N Y 'b ' fl I ft i VA t, fi - Nj . lm.. it zf ! va... 5,1- ,,....... Dfie A Hensley fo, :fda Hester Boys' Holman SP3 H016-fd garet ,adsof ierry lacfson 'He Pena! -'a'e, ,af 'ao' 'ff':-c. ,L :Ar lgnc-3 , ,, , , , 'iowa .3 ,ores Y Hwy, feafq le'of'ie 5' feat' G , Jiiarn Safcfa Ve" '!a'V G V61 HONOBABIES f sr 117' -it bak C' K 'ff' iifiiiii ya if Dr Margaret Lee Wiley reads the initiation rites during the candlelight ceremonies inducting new members into Alpha Chi national bono e Peggy 1. Kibbe Keturah L. Kruega' David L. Levy Carolyn Sue Luck William H, McNa'y Francia Marzonie William A. Metler Kathy Meyer William Samuel N1 Richard Miller Robert Moore Pamela Sue Myers Patricia B. Norton Lynn E. Osborre Richard L. Parke' James Earl Pearce Roger Ray Leonard l, Reese Nancy Reyno'ds Linda Rodge's Larry W. Rowan HONORARIES Sandy Schkade Flhonda Carol Sechrist Charles D. Secord Barbara Britton Smith Michael l. Sowers Anna Sparger Nancy Steinecke Sherri Lea Thompson Mike Troxell Flonald Wayne Uselton Tse-Wei Wang lacilyn G. Walker John David Wolleman James Lyle Wilson Patrick Williams Nancy Claire Wesson Robert Gnuse Michael Morrison Gary Trietch Clell Van Bevers Chi Epsilon To be eligible for membership in Chi Epsi- lon, a civil engineering honorary, a student must be in the top third of his civil engineer- ing class. The club maintains and promotes civil en- gineering as an ideal profession, recognizes the characteristics of the individual civil en- gineer deemed to be fundamental to the suc- cessful pursuit of an engineering career and aids in the development of these character- istics in the civil engineer. S.: d Epsilon Phi Stephen Barksdale Larry Bell Carol Blakney Kay Boyce Gary Brammer Billy Cade Sam Caudill Carol Cooper rg. fr! IA! Epsilon Phi has sponsored several speakers for Womerfs Liberation. HONOBABIES -v "":"7 Doreena Dana Mike Daugherty Sandy Davis Ben Denny 1. D. Glasscock Don Hays Jerry lackson Vicki jackson Henry Kearny Lillian Kerr Roger Kinard Mike McCarty Travis McCIinton Francia Maronie Cynthia Miracle so-Q, SA ' .- Al Reader Ill, president of Epsilon Phi, scholastic honorary organization, appears to be in deep thought as he presides at a meeting. Epsilon Phi, scholastic honorary o-rganiza- Uon,aUenwnstorecognme mgh acmevement in scholastic as well as school service. Officers for the 100-member organization are: Al Reader III, president, Kay Boyce, vice- president, and Charles Dickerson, secretary- treasurer. Sponsors are Drs. Anne Whaling and Shnone Turbevme. To qualify for membership, a student must have a grade point of 2.5 or better while tak- ing at least 15 hours during one sem-ester and maintaining at least a 2.0 or better for each succeeding semester. The organization planned an extensive teacher evaluation program. Their other ma- jor project of the year was called "The Sexual Revolution." Held in the Student Center, "The Sexual Revolution" featured speakers for Women's Liberation. Jennifer Peters Robert Pouzar Al Reader Gary Robinson Bill Slusser Linda Stobaugh Mike Wilson I Virginia Wolfenberger Eliot Wood Richard Wood Patricia Stover Us .., Gary Westfall -- is 10 in ui HONORARIES qs 's Mike Sewers. Eta Kappa Nu president. demonstrates the club's pledge hat. Eta Kappa Nu The Epsilon lvlu Chapter of Eta Kappa Nu ended the spring semester with 15 graduate members and 47 undergraduate members. As an electrical engineering honor fraternity, Eta Kappa Nu has severalcHUecUves:to bdng together students whose scholastic perform- ance indicates a high degree of aptitude for electrical engineering, to work with the elec- trical engineering department in the promo- hon and deveknnnent of exceHence in en- gneenng,andto useaMIavaHaMe meansto assist fellow engineering students and the schoolconwnunny. To qualify scholastically for membership requues a grade average Hithe top thwd of the senior class. During the pledge period, prospective members can be seen on campus wearing the distinctive white hard-hat with the vacuum tube extending from top center. Participation with the electrical engineering deparnnentindudes pubhcahon ofa depan- mental newsletter and assistance at engineer- ing convenhons. Club officers Mike Sowers, Danny Bonham and Sami Ajan explain the electrical testing equipment to other club members HONORARIES 9 4 Troyce Barton Danny Bonham William Grady A 'i lames lones Eta Kappa Nu member Sami Ajan explains an electric circuit diagram. ,ws Fiobert Alford is nationally awarded student engineer. UT Arlington spring graduate Robert Alford has been named the outstanding electrical engineering student in the United States by Eta Kappa Nu. Ranking second in an electrical engineer- ing class of 118, Alford was active in Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, natio-nal engineering honor societyg and the Institute of Electronic and Electronic and Electrical Engineersg he will also appear in Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Colleges and Universities. Member Wins National Award GD ID lb lb ID ID nb Ib GD QD GD Gb GD NEUTRAL 5 PHASE 400 Hz A Linda Garza, UTA's first female electrical engineering student, is club sweetreai HONORARIES XXX X 'Tri Phi Alpha Theta members enjoy their initiation banquet at Tode's Steak House. Phi Alpha Theta Helping to make the fifth annual Walter Prescott Webb Memorial Lectures a success was one of several projects of Phi Alpha Theta, national history honor society. The Clnncron-Kappa chapten organued in May. 1969, prepared invitations and displays for the lectures held April in memory of the noted Texas historian who died in 1963. Other local activities included a "hot seat" giving history students the opportunity to drill their professors: guest speakersg and a pro- posal for a Faculty-Phi Alpha Theta lounge. The nahonalorganmahon msc oHersrnenv bers an employment selection service, schol- arsmps and granua and the opponunny for publication in the club's national magazine, The Historian. Society officers include Robert Moore, president: Gary Russey, vice-president, Anna Sparger. secretary, Roger Kinard, treasurer, and Philip Ola. historian. Dr. C. T. Mclntosh is the sponsor HONORARIES Geri Aledulla Jim Eagle Alice Mildred Ellis Susan Franklin Jacque T. Frazell Resa l. Gensweider John A. Ciilmartin Anna L. Haddock Charles A. Jones Roger H. Kinard Howard C. McDaniels, Jr. Robert R. Moore Mary Ellen Nipp Linda Carolyn Rich Robert J. Sawey Charles Second Jim Smetak Anna B. Sparger James Stacy ,Warp 'r--.- QA 124 Sigma Delta Pi Sigma Delta Pi, national Spanish honorary club, honors those who achieve excellence in the study of Spanish. The club was nationally founded in 1919 at Berkeley in California. The University of Texas at Arlington chapter was granted an official club charter by the national group in 1968. Sigma Delta Pi is presently the largest foreign language honor society in existence, vvhh 175 chapters. Fred Vina is the club's sponsor. Bill Free- man is the club president, and Carm-en Esca- jeda is vice-president. The new club sponsor is Mrs. Bertie Acker. Members must have an overall grade average of B, an interest in the cultural language and literature of Spanish. Am-erica and Spain and at least one semester of an advanced litera- ture course in Spanish. Oscar Pi Garza Norma Ham lr Laura N. Payne Sandy Sandlin Nancy C. Steinecke Mary Stewart 1,5-jflgf f '72 L ' B ' 1, X M I , f 2 1 i h e , 1 'KJ' A 5 Mary Stewart, Pam Myers, Patricia Dean, Mrs. Bertie Acker fclub sponsorj, and Carolyn Kadri enjoy a Spanish dialogue. HONOBABIES 145 Promoting the mastery of written expres- sion, encouraging reading, and fostering a spun offeHowsmp among nmn and women spemahmng in Enghsh is the purpose of Sigma Tau Delta. national English honorary fraternity at UT Arlington. Members of the club must have a junior standing. a 2.0 grade point ratio in English, and 2tJoveraH grade ponn average. The honor society's officers are: Susan Spoor. president: Joe McCulley, vice-presi- dent: Dinah Bleau, secretary-treasurerg Bar- bara Edwards. marshallg and Nancy Reynolds, achvnms chmrman. The members joined with Alpha Chi honor society in the campus decorations competi- tion. They also enjoyed Christmas and spring banquets after induction ceremonies. The so- cmny amp sponsored a book dnve. Sigma Tau Delta Linda McLerran Shirley Martin Grace Maxwell Barbara Meiser Dana Newman Lynn Osborne Nancy Reynolds Kenneth Rogers Rhonda Sechrist Barbara Smith he Ca'o'fri Smith Susan Spoor Patricia N liiams HONORARIES Linda Atherton Carol Banks Constance Bates Cynthia Baw Dinah Bleau Mark Cooper Jan East Barbara Edwards Lana Ethridge Sherry Graff Michael Groce Youlinda Hester Leota Holcomb Rita Hovend Angela Hunter Patsy Johnson Peggy Klbbe Melissa Lockard SQQX QT" . - I sum i . f t lx 5 'K If K 52 fig C ,f as if Q m I 'ii X if- f- ag-.,r. . X X -lrqsfga ' 1 , n ., V TJ: Jg!:fr'F ' ' -. ., 5. 9 5 92 if Q' V V pg A A4llNl5X4115XqQfqI9fqDv V V bv A A A41 DAQ DAS A v bv 5 v PAS A4 ,A EV X 551 5 3 5 V , if- Z. ig V"7!'T 'Ff1v 15199 15 yi . , V Y7 if 74 5? if A W P 94 X be EX 5 RE 514 Q is 5 X Q X fi Z v D ,mmmwwmmmmm V V V ,Qi A A A 4: John Preston. vice-president Gwen Robertson, secretary-treasurer Inter-Dorm Council Nicki Thompson, president The lnter-dorm Council is a representative of the ideas and opinions of students living in dorms. The council strives to get legisla- tion to improve the dorm conditions in order to encourage students to live in dorms rather than off campus. The social activities sponsored by the coun- cil this year included a booth in the Kappa Sig Karnival, a Thanksgiving Day dance, a picnic for all dorm residents at Ftandol Mill Park, and guarding the Homecoming Bonfire. lnter-dorm Council sponsors are Mr. Mike Barnett and Mrs. Patsy Wallace. Members include 20 students from the four dorms. N .5 F ' -1 5'F?P"9Sem?aTtYe? ' Q t, .S . ' ., . ' ' i ,'5g4 I't',??:' r V .t 1, Q , ' ' r ..t .V , ',gw,5giQfi-J ,ft -fn WQ'.:r,,ey,'..f7f X N - X N H . ...'t. T ft .. ,. it-t Y liffslitl i?10'?1'I2SMr T E . it T. it l"f it 'rtf '-.t T Nancy ,Qtwngiterf . X f vt X vV ' A ix v.t,-t .g ..y.. T., Teresa ot? H ,X I 'hgk U ,.lk . ,Paaiiit Hallif , his E T Mfifcusg .HamC,l,3iQlTf C ' T T , B0b1.Soim.erSQl i I ' h i, ,- .Ib K ., s,y, , 1 W ,Mmf lrter-dorm Council members Steve King, Keith Newquist, Barbara Hawkins, Topper Sowden, Teresa Elliott, Nicki Thompson, Mar- cus Hamilton and Bob Sommers, discuss legislation regarding dormitory visitation privileges at an lnter-dorm Council meeting. RESIDENCE HALLS Brazos House the oldest dormitory on campus, houses 124 men. Lipscomb Hall, the only women's dormitory on campus, houses 343 students. The dorm has a large study hall, a snack bar, and a spacious television lounge with a color tele- vision. The hall is governed by a Dorm Council: Ann Harris, president, Beth Brooks, vice- president, Gwen Robertson, secretary, and Teresa Elliott as treasurer. The council forms a Judiciary Board to decide disciplinary ac- tions for late curfewers and other violations of dormitory rules. The council also plans all social events for Lipscomb- Hall. Brazos House Dorm Council Brazos Dormitory houses the largest per- centage of upperclassrrien of any dorm on campus, The four-story building is difided into four ramps with four rooms connected by a bath. The building is located near the center of the campus. The men of Brazos do not have a resident counselor, but Dean Kent Gardner superfises the governing dorm council, The dorm's officers are lohn Preston. presi- dent, Bob Stiles, vice-president: and Carl Kinerd, secretary-treasurer. Brazos sweet- heart is lackie Berrett, Lipscomb Hall Womens Association :xl Lipscomb Hall, located on the eastern end of the campus, houses 343 girls. Counselors are Gregg and Patsy Wallace. RESIDENCE HALLS Z -- "1-4,-.-,' .s."s"""'- ', .t - ' ' " ' . , . - wav., , . . . . . ,. - --.yr vw'- , ,,,,,,,., -,Y , . -A-A 5 ,V ...., --. , . . -.qc , Paciii Hall Council Pachl Hall houses two students per room with a capacity of 144 men on three floors. The spacious lounge provides a color televi- sion, co-in-operated vending machines and recreational facilities. The dorm officers are Marcus Hamilton, presidentg Ken Smith, vice-presidentg and lohn Kosberg, secretary. The dorm council participates with the Inter-dorm Council to plan social activities and discuss govern- mental dorm policies. Pachl won the "Best Building" display in the homecoming deco-ration theme "America on the Moon." Pachl features a second floor sports and sun deck for the residents to enjoy. The sweetheart of Pachl is lane Gray. W sy ,Z ,Q ,c QV- K .:..'. 'QT' ' . ' ' ' '0"" ar. ' . "' ' .-4-' - , W x - .. +- .lx --ff.-s-,,,, , hi-Kip.. ,X Mi 'MN ., 1 Q g N '- . -z,'Q?:'fg!'7fi42f"7f3'w3f"'?'T,-gp-.5 AST: rr . " ' ts tp, Danni Hall dorm shelters 144 men and the resident counselor, Kent Gardner. Trinity House Dorm Council The newest dorm on campus is the modern Trinity l-louse. The dormitory features three bedroom, air-conditioned suites and a televi- sion lounge with vending machines for snacks, and a spacious, lighted parking lot surrounds the building. The dorm has a capacity of 270 men. The dorm is governed by an eight-man council: Fiobert Giles, loe Davis, Ernest Brew- er, lames Van Zant, Jeff Bass, Mike Phillips, Bruce Dundas, and Steve Meaders. The council participates with the Inter-dorm Council to provide activities for dorm stu- dents. The men of Trinity are also active in the university's intramural sports program. The resident counselor is Mike Barnett, who is assisted by his wife. RESIDENCE HALLS Trinity Dorm houses 270 residents, the largest number of men on campus. ?XXQV4lI9'4lfSfQ19f v V xAAAAwWWwwwmwmmm V' A3 A , Q22 P15 A X5 5 Q ZAQ ELS 5372 74 A DETS AT DRILL 244 52 X W Q7 AA 25 X Ei 5? Q 534 A P C X4 MILITARY bi yi V 2 5 Z Q Q X V 3 5 DAS XI M Xl QQ M1 V 3 1AAAwWmmmX V X X Q l l '. I. y. i ROTC Training Today For Tomorrovv's World Leader wh, ' , r Under the leadership of Lt. Colonel Eugene Shea. the UT Arlington ROTC program has prepared hundreds of outstanding young men for sertice in the U.S. Army. Two and four-year programs in military science are offered which culminate in a commission in the United States Army as the student receives his regular degree. For students choosing the two-year pro- gram, a six-week basic summer camp sub- stitutes for the first two years of the four- year program. This substitution constitutes the only difference in the two programs. Scholarships are available to students in the four-year program which pay tuition, fees, books and lab expenses for one year. Extra-curricular ROTC teams include the Insurgent Team, Sam Houston Rifles, ROTC Band, Pistol Team and Rifle Team. President Frank Harrison and General Harry H. Critz, Fourth Army Commander watch as Arlington Mayor Tom Vandergriff signs the document declaring No vember 6 through November 30 to be Arm ROTC D This year marks the 150th anniversary of Army ROTC on American college campuses. y ays in the city of Arlington ROTC training is currently being given to more than 150,000 students at 283 colleges. More than 16,600 ROTC graduates have been commissioned. "rf-'14 Corps Cormarider Martin Woodruff points to rairsdrenghed Qadetg Serving 33 excellent Lt. General Harry H. Critz honors six distinguished military students, Felix Winter, Richard Ell' tt M ' ' ' examples for the freak-hearted Sweethearts, io , artin Woodruff, Dennis Dorris. Jack Levens, and Lehman Ellis. MILITARY i if .,, :Q .Q-4"r, COi'1Pf, RS, x'RAlNlNCJ i mill' olllb " i iii ii ,, , ' ,. if .1 i if - ,, - .F 44 ,M , ax 7- 5 - ,'.'L g?'.'i' 2 ,' I 'K f Y I A " ?'Q"g,f,"'i r 1 ' 1' inf 2 ,AIT A4 ' ' l' 5' 'fs iv u if - H f :nl . V 'A t . 'IW 1 if 'fra 441 yi. X .. X, i Q . , vwki r , K , v I ,A ll: Y is ,.ZllrA-I J- , -. 4 , . vin C MTW-f-'Y f ' 1' wv:'A'v"V'i' . f, Wi X J' vi' ,,,Ti'. 9 't Ff2?P'f?'Y' - tx 'WV P'-TW 1 "'L'p"'t ii' " if ,,f1geaaIi-rs, t at-if rf, f t, 1- t I C' ,mf i: Q- -, at , X M , 5 5 i V:V,, 'A fl' 'N i Playmate Connie Kreski poses as an ROTC cadet if "' a : nrirta y as . t ' W I ms . f, fvv" , .. fl t P -Q f ' 5. Q. A . as , , Q C .., ' in it F'x1 Y,n Q, ga , V. , f, 1, Q ' 'N t 'fthxl t . 4 af . i S High winds and bright sun make standing at attention difficult for the Color Guard at the Mother's Day Awards Ceremony. informs cadets Corps happeni The bulletin board of ngs, MILITARY Lt. Col. Eugene Shea presents SPXS Robert Boatwright with the Army Commendation Medal. MILITARY ROTC cadets and sweethearts assist the American Cancer Society in their annual fund-raising drive around Arlingon. f.,.vJ" Their white helmets gleaming in the sun, the Band Company plays in the Mother's Day Awards Ceremony I -.41 ' i ? it fvffzg .'l'f,e 1" , V -,. gguhw T' ' G Ph ......-7 fa .-:Lf ROTC sweethearts prove they are all really hams at heart. Qui- Q. - ,,w,,rff-- +4 figwsgyf aff .if l- I Drilling cadets are a familiar campus scene on Thursday afternoons, ROTC Training: A Mixture of Fun and Work X W ',,w,,,.,..,..,w..m . l , i get it Corps Sweetheart Donna Price pre- sents a trophy to a winning team at the Jodie Compe- tition this springs MILITARY , . Z Cponnie Zinneff " C A Olnpally Sweef EGF! ma ognala .fdflfina Wins cllana Oflafflgeft Q Q ugv Company Sweefnearf Npnjur MILITARY gmf .lam ,S'WfLm,z md iffy jnompaon lain -Silleetkedft "'iIf?9L' - 8"--a -1:1-5 8,,vj:...g,fQ .5435 .:xN'X-'gvnsr 'f K N .-27'-H' - . If is-plz: il' ,i'-,N-1 iad olgncla Jgaye ogem W5 marina rice COFPJ 3weefAeafl 6Z?H 60lYlpally SWQQM Qaff Q ' QD' .S fl L 5 Lana aun erJ my Ernacleffe 3ufaL IZJJ jaam .Saweefleaff gall!! COI7If7lll1y .SZUGCIIA Cflff MILITARY Insurgent Team Formed in the spring of 1960 to train cadets in small unit tactics and counter-insurgency, the Insurgent Team has grown to be the largest extracurricular ROTC team on the UT Arlington campus. lt was one of the first or- ganizations of its type in the United States. In the past the Insurent Team has con- ducted many op-erations with National Guard Units, State Guard Units and Special Forces A-Teams. These operations have been con- ducted at Fort Wolters as well as various other training areas in the North Texas area. Operations conducted on Saturday morn- ings and the night operations held at the Great Southwest Airport area are of a pure- ly training nature, where the weekend field exercises give the men a chance to apply the skills learned during the training periods. Accompanying the team on its training mis- sions is their team sweetheart Lana Lambert. I1 , .Q wt' Aw. . ,il i - i 'A 1 , vt f ,fig itil' 74 r 76 4 . r ., 'f lag' .e1" . A .4 ,-1 ' v A wif .. V- ' li, lm fill' 'J' '. va'-Iii-lL:.l:: S ff l at r i .-of f 'J M ,I"'t7' S' '-. ..-...saw .A . -if .fpmvf-5. O 'L , ,J . A f' p Qui- - ' '. 'ul A I in AL If A camouflaged cadet waits silently for the enemy to make his move. wr nz, V 1. gwfvg r.:.,i.. -,X vf""" leeps and trucks on Ioan from Ft. Wolters provide a welcome break from walking for foot-weary team members participating in a week-end problem at the National Grasslands near Decatur. 2 Members of the Insurgent Team serve as the Color Guard at the A.U.S.A. ban- quet held in Fort Worth. i 3 -if 'il 1,4 Officers make last-minute decisions before leaving for Decatur X 1 ,W as 5 5 s ' iiL-a- C MILITARY -. ,, we - , ,Hi .i..:f..sprJvWti f Q -lr xii! A: the Lubbock Competition the lodies execute their famous intricate line move- r-ec: wiicn contributes to the bringing home of their 210th First Place trophy. Sam Houston Rifles The Sam Houston Rifles, or the lodies as they have come to be known, is the Univer- sity of Texas at Arlington drill team. Besides performing at all home football games, the lodies execute maneuvers at such events as the Tyler Rose Festival, Houston Competition, Laredo Competition, Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C., and the San Antonio Competition at the Fiesta Flambeau. The team has an exceptional record of 210 first place wins out of 215 competitions entered. The lodies are more than just a drill team. They are also a fraternity made possible by their forerunner's sacrifices. In each lody recruit there are instilled a pro- found loyalty and respect for his unit. The strong sense of tradition felt by each member has kept the team on top since its founding in 1923. As members of the ROTC program, they strive to become examples of the guid- ing principles o:f the program. The lodies can be easily identified by their black and gold cord and white accessories. IQ-- 160 Front row: Mike Parke' Stan Wright, Howell Cooper, Luke Beck, Mark Stevens, Boyd Czfirran, Dan Mahoney. Second row: Lee Ellis. Charles Darwin, lim Francis, Steve Maynard, Mike Maurer, .ls ' "J F , . . . Stem Thompson' Not pmwn' J george Bamhan' Mme Morrow' The Jodies discuss a rival in the up-coming Houston Competition. Michael Schroeder, and Val Pratner. MILITARY , 1 Rifle Team F. 17' A David Bird, Dan Dawson, Fiicky Barnes, and Bill Under the leadership of Major Hagan, the officer in command, Sergeant Phelps, coach, and Bill Walters, team captain, the UT Arling- ton Marksmanship Unit has compiled the highest scores ever fired by a UT Arlington Fiifle Team. Armed with equipment such as imported International Smallbore Free Rifles and leath- er shooting jackets, the team has performed at major matches including the Houston ln- tercollegiate Tournament, the Fiesta Flam- beau Invitational and the Fourth Army ROTC Conference Championship. Sweetheart Terry Thompson provides a welcome change of scenery needed after long hours of practice. -ilUl l Walters, four members of the "A" Team, check one Three of the new team members, Johnny Taylor, John Selman and Doug Piftey. J of the many targets they practice shooting yearly. practice the prone position, one of the four basic firing positions they Zearw l Front row: Marvin lvy, David Bird, Fiicky Barnes, Bill Walters, Dan Dawson. Second row: Mon- ty Von Gonten, Johnny Taylor, Norman Travis, Doug Fiiffey. Back row: Mike Kenus, Joe Vines, Tom Wood, Marvin Mac- Donald, John Selman. S S4---M - .. 3 MJLITABY l Emie Perez presents Felix Winter, "A" Company Commander, with a trophy for being commander of the company per- fovning most satisfactorily during year. Non-Commissioned Officers Club Members of the NCO Club listen intently to President Wayne Jackson. MILITARY The ROTC Officers and Seniors Club is responsible for planning the two major social functions of the Cadet Corps, the Military Ball and the Corps Picnic and Field Day Com- petition. These two events expose the future Army officer to social life that will be en- countered when he goes on active duty. ln addition, they serve to we-ld the Corps to- gether as activities shared and enjoyed by all. Miss Linda Kaye Rogers was named as this year's Queen of the Ball. Officers for the club are Denis Dorris, president, Felix Winter, secretary, and Luke Beck, treasurer. Officers Club 2" A A A Officers Club: Jack Levens, Lehman Ellis, Felix Winter, Richard Elliott, Layne Bradley, James Guay, Martin Woodruff, Robert Gourtz, and Ronald Maxwell. Two of the major projects of the Non-com- missioned Officers Club were to adop-t a Vietnamese orphan under the Foster Parents Plan and to purchase a trophy to be awarded to the company commander whose unit per- formed most satisfactorily at drill during the year. Felix Winter of "A" Company received this award. The club also awarded a S50 scholarship to the most deserving MSI. One of the biggest accomplishments of the year for the club, however, was when tzhey represented the Corps in the homecoming festivities by participating in the decoration contest and won a first place trophy. Their trophy won first place in best keeping with the theme- "America on the Moon." Officers for the Fall Semester were Wayne Jackson, president, and Stan Wright vice- president. Spring officers were Ernie Perez, president, and Bill Wolters, vice-pre-sident. IEXIWNWNWIKIIXIWWNXINMIXQE 534 Q Q if Q X A X P33 X V4 if P 4 if Q 5 Z4 bg if 5 X4 Zi EA ig P34 Q 534 Q4 POLITICAL Q4 if Z6 X PX W4 xv if Xi if Xi 574 fi 945V DVVDVVvvv vvvvvvvc A A APA ADAIDADAWDAIMPAIPAPAPADAZS Tffis., wr t -fvfV ... Rx -. 'il' Don Taylor, a member of the Student Congress, solicits the support of fellow students concerning the Stryker Constitution. Q' ,i"f ,'a,4-Q' . ,lwxl It, it .nfl . M " 'z .u- V 7'. Ief'oW'g",' . ' H. 1,295 at .' 2 'ff 2 2 .fwftrfff 'A 244. ' ' 5 me if """'-. Bill Saunders, 1969 student government president, presides over a Congress POLITICAL Twenty-seven representatives from the stu- dent body are elected to serve as members of Student Congress. Congress members must have an overall grade point average of 1.3. The Congress is composed of five commit- tees: The Research Evaluation and Develop- ment Committee, the Academic Affairs Com- mittee, the Student Affairs Committee, the Fiules Committee and the Executive Com- mittee. The 1969-7O Executive Committee is com- posed of Bill Saunders fpresidentj, lohn Mad- den fvice-presidentj, Jesse Hall ftreasurerj, and Hugh Moore fsecretaryj. This year's Student Congress sponsored the Model United Nations representatives of UT Arlington at the Austin conference and the Free University Press. The Congress con- venes bi-weekly in the Shiloh Room of the Student Center. A 1 Members Bill Saunders, president y f 5 John Madden, vice-president., ' Jesse Haiti, treasurer it f f X," Hugh Moore, recording David Livingston, iparliamqzitqrian ChefleS.i3ifkhead' A if Lf' Glenna WY V 1 it Leonard iioecfaxe, f Luikef. Feuflieniierfyl :ij Alan .l t . John QT iv i. , l Q -1'-!f Jesse Hall and David Livingston ponder a judicial problem in a conference. Student Congress g Al Reader inducts Hugh Moore as student body p'esi:'erf:o v I u Q- 5 x . lohn Madden and Janie Bod?- ford debate a controve'siai issue. POLITICAL LS -- - .fl Mike Barksdale "' -N f Al Pick Y x J . All ' ,sag qi-S ! Courtney Boberts Student Judicial Board The Student Judicial Board is a part of Stu- dent Congress, consisting of members ap- pointed by the president of Student Congress and approved by the other congress mem- bers. The board members are: lim McClellan, chairman, and Bob Helpenstill, Mike Barks- dale, Charles Ingram, Al Pick and Courtney Boberts. The board itself has no legislative power, but has two main functions, to hear appeals by students of campus traffic violations and to hear questions concerning the constitu- tionality of Student Congress. In this capac- ity they are the Supreme Court of the uni- versity. One of the major accomplishments of the board this year was their recommendation that all parking lot designations except dorm parking lots be suspended after 6:00 on school evenings. T Members - T i Mike Barksdale Jim McClellan Bob Helpenstill Al Pick T Z :M Charles ingram Courtney Roberts? ACLU historian lim McClellan addresses the Arlington City Council to fight for a citywide fair housing ordinance. POLITICAL Louis Barron ,.. Bud Boynton Bobby Bush GQ Mike McDuf'f 4 .51 -is 'C Douglas Miller L , leanie Smith i I nf' i A ,J at Elizabeth Fioberts gf 26 at , lames Seeburger , 1 Arthur Seifert i Joint Council of Student Engineers The Students of the School of Bus ff f represented by the thirteen rnernbefz , I School of Business Constitueft Conf, Headed by Arthur Seifert as president Duq- las Miller as vice-president, and leaf e Sf' .' as secretary, the Council handled ssc' ac- tivities as the pre-registration of grafbat-rig seniors and teacher evaluation of bisiness professors. The defined purpose of tts Cor- stituent Council is the promotion ofthe Scrioof of Business, UT Arlington and its business courses. .avsefsip v C'-fc , Qi, M5 'eggs- , f- P'fxJI 9 i. :Iii U as-'W Q56 , - X at xiafxx so -"" un' V ,... C- 1 Carol Banks 'ffl Clemmy Cummins lesse Hall Linda Haskins Bill Eastland Susan Spoor David Strother ludy Sexton There seems to be no escape from the data processing system for UTA business students. Student Assembly Liberal Arts To assist all liberal arts students in any way possible is the stated purpose of the Constituent Council of the School of Liberal Arts. Their main objective is to help liberal arts students in the area of curriculum re- form, and they were successful in instituting a special math course for liberal arts majors. Officers include Mike Gross as president. Linda Haskins as vice-president. Claudia Cay- ton as secretary, Patty Tilloron as treasurer and David Strother as parliamentarian. POLITICAL Eighteen elected students and six faculty sponsors compose the Constituent Council Sccco' of Science The purpose of the coun- cil s to form a closer link between students facqty within the School of Science. One method of obtaining this link is through vari- ous pews on books. and labs that are taken the year in order to supply the faculty ti, fb Sampling of student opinion. The coun- ci' also seiwes as the official host group for tarous functions within the School of Sci- ence Chairman of the Council is Mel Prince, t ce-chairman is Dan Bump and Beverly Bum- oass is secretary-treasurer. Any student maloring in science with a 1.5 overall GPR. and hating completed 45 hours is eligible for election, . h TX 'ul Y 1 :I . "ix E X via' - .w , ,, x I , ..- ,, ' . xA--. , , . i . . ...L --. --in 'I ' - ' A -.ll -Jyr- ' k,3'5:,- 4 Joint Council of Student Engineers The highest level of student government within the School of Engineering is the lolnt Council of Student Engineers. The council serfes as a coordinating board for all student organizations within the School of Engineer- ing, lt also serves as an advisory board to the administration and faculty of the School of Engineering so that better communications may be established between students and faculty Ser fing as officers in its second year of existence are Carey Caldwell as president, lim Hampton as vice-president, Frank Kuban as secretary and Brad Smith as treasurer. POLITICAL Linda Ashmore Beverly Bumpass Lucas Faulkenberry Linda Patterson Larry Thomas Van Wallace Larry Leggelt Lloyd Mitchell David Moore Bradley Smith Zoltan Zschar School of Science Constituent Council The Engineering Building is the scene of many hours' work for student engineers. Patty Allen Paul Brotcke Carey Caldwell loe Cuthberson Bobert Davis Wayne Drews Frank Duban Randy Gallaway James Hampton n 5 l XXVVVVVV 41 rw VV 50419041 iwzm fx xxI7ff1I7ff1Df51M1DA41DffUXHPA Q51 A41 AQDAQZXQ V PV4 ' A Q4 K P34 if I 25 X LS if if xg X X4 ii X4 Q4 YPING CLASS if if X PX if if PAQ X X4 PX DZ V V4 PROFESSIGNAL 55 25 X X X4 X if V Q 533 5 5 Z5 Qi 5534 X V X! V V fmvmmwmmmmmmmmmmifi Pat Williams. president Mike Moseley A first-hand look at the accountant's world through the eyes of a featured speaker at each meeting is one of the activities spon- sored by the Accounting Students Organiza- t.on in encouraging and promoting accounting as a Drofessional career. Organization president is Patrick N. Wil- liams. Other officers are Larry Bone, vice- presidentg Elizabeth Roberts, secretary, and Bill Dipprey. treasurer. Sponsor for the club is Dr Curtis Graham. Members Ginda Abraham Jim Ahlfinger Richard Almazan Jose Baldillez Bill Balkon Larry Bone Stan Browning John Brumhall Bill Dipprey Winfred English William Gajdosik Jon Gibbons J. D. Glasscock John Gould Barry Jenkins Kathy Kalver Fon Kemper David Lanford Wayne Latham Curly Lee Robert Littlejohn Mike Logsdon J. D. Massingill Michael McCoy Dwain Mees Doug Miller Susan Murray James Murray James O'Connor Bruce Pegram John D. Olsen Lanny Perkins Ben Petrick Russell Pickens Donald Rawe Dicky Reeves Elizabeth Roberts Cole Sessom Ronnie Simons Den Simpson Kelsey Sloan Robert Smith Gary Smith John Southworth Patricia Stover Larry Stringer Mike Taylor Karen Thill Gary Trammell Norman Travis Wayne Truitt Gay Vandiver e-""""-' The life of an accounting student is not all business, as evidenced in this scene Accounting Students Organization Joe Miller Reagan Vestal William Mitchell Phil Villoria Robert J. Monk P. D. Weekley 1.L.A Lx. ' wo. ylfvam . X 1, 'fir 5 ff' 47,5 ff' ag Club azzrsof, Dr Curtis Oraharr reads minutes of Accountfg Organization O PROFESSIONAL ,T ii' ' 1 g 88 "' UT Arlington's students of aeronautics board the airline's flight simulator. m 15 Campus astronauts view NASA's moon rock exhibit. 'I' American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics on the UT Arlington campus hosts all meetings of AIAA. The organization. sponsored by Dr. lack Fairchild, takes field trips to various aerospace-related industries. President of the organization is Patrick Holli- field and Bud Pierce is vice-president. William Spruce. president Lecil Alexander Patricia Allen Richard Amyx Roy Anderson .lan Bass Verle Bland James Braswell Don Brister Douglas Brister Pat Carrington Jerry Clark Charles Coppedge Stephen Coulter Mackey Cox David Dyer Jack Gillis Larry Grace Walt Hammond lay Harse Mike Hester Patrick Hollifield Roger Hollowell Terry lobe Henry Jones David Kappes George Kitamura Members Kenneth Lamury lames Leith Ken Lindsey Kenneth Lowry Robert Lyons. lr. Paul March Robert Martinez Robert McCarty Don Merkley James Pearce Gregory Plechus lames Pottinger Gary Rankin Ronnie Reber Susan Robinson lack Shelton Quin Shepperd Bobby Skinner, lr. Bowie Smith Mark Smith William Smith Stan Speegle William Stanley Paul Thelig Richard Waller Harold Weiss Gordon Young +view- H . I 5 s-PJ :aj Members study the interior of an American Airlines flight simulator. PROFESSIGNAL 7 -X' ngton student architects design ,mg model fraternity houses for exhibit. Members Robert D. Wade. President Bill Perkins. Vice-President Don Isaacs. Secretary Jerry R. Fawcett. Treasurer Robert Tedford, Senior Director Art Smith. Junior Director Fred Angiin, Sophomore Director Craig Richardson. Freshman Director H. Keith Jones, Parliamentarian Ronald Johnson Bob Hagar Gary Stocks Mickey Coleman Bill Hardage DeWayne Currie Mike Slusser Don Brown Dick Dabney Ralph Bauer Ralph Bauer lack Breskin Paul Knudson Ben Hollt Ralph Hawkins David Keen Mike Morgan Byron Bollinger Don Eversole John Elledge Larry Robinson Jerry Rankin Alan Bott Monte Zavicek Gary Angel Ted Price Mike Cargell Bob Wise John Moen Dennis Peck Alton Parker Tom Harvey Bob Matlock Greg Jones Leonard Martinez Gary Shirley David Andrews Mike Cooper Lewis Hurley Charles Morrison PROFESSIONAL Don Corley Norman Patten Jerry Wilson Charles Rothermel Jerry Pyle Bob Round William Voss Robert Schaffer Don Higgins Tom Young David Gluth Bryan Condor David Porter Lee Riddle Chris Taylor David Hill Bill Minyard Jean Whittle Charles Lambert Dempsey Farmer Pat Casey Richard Blount Jeff Basehore Melvin Dryden Gordon Marchant Clark Key Pat Shaw Larry Murphy Gary Dulgar James Wright Rick Cumbie Jim Murphy Randy McCollough Russel Simmons Bill Hendrix Victor Blood Blake Harper Jim Lllly Danny Mitchell Bob Franz James Post Tom Pirtle Kenneth Bowman Hal Pendleton Larry McGinnis Mohsin Ali Jimmy Overton Veronica Beatty Tom Corkery Sue Ann Tapscott Ramsey Munir Chris Rader Steve Flusche an 'Y' 'Og N -a s American Institute Ni W xg, mfr f We We If x Mt N il" l ' i fa.-'5-WM-'ifiW'?ggl 2 , M I 1 Wi'ii""' .J Cf Architects UT Arlington student chapter of the Amer- ican lnstitute of Architects is an organization which emphasizes the professional rather than the social aspects of student activities on campus. The club promotes fellowships and unity between student architects and professional architects. The club officers are: Don Wade, presi- dent, Bill Perkins, vice-president, Don Isaacs, secretary, and Jerry Fawcett, treasurer. Lee Wright is the sponsor. 1. Architects construct a cubical structure for a Homecoming exhibit. .1 The American Institute of Industrial En- gineers at UT Arlington is the student chap- ter of a national professional society. The objective of the chapter is to promote the industrial engineering profession through the efforts of the group in study, research, and discussion. Profesor Robert Dryder is the sponsor of the club, and is present at their monthly busi- ness meetings. The club's president is David Blackerby. Members John Prasifka Johnny David Fisher David L. Levy David W. Blackerby William H. McNary Richard Cunningham Carey A. Cawdwell Samuel Fl. Morigi John S. Meade Dawson L. Smith Sidney M. Bennett Donatd L. Mcl.aurin James V. Chamberlain William D. McClinton Mark E. Snyder Charles M. Peterson Michael Collinsworth Floyd Scott May, lr. Ronnie D. Turner Donald H, Liles William R. Albin Wayne R. Drews John E. Johnson Praful I. Patel Donald A. Martin Sue H. Gardner Michael D. Day Jerry W. Chapman Jayendrakurner A. Modi William D. Lee Harry L. Myers Bennett R. Harvey American Institute Dt Industrial Engineers 60 Urvoiao lqb' 15 of IND0 'TW .32 W Student members of the American Institute of Industrial Engineers gather around blackboard for monthly business meeting and cops' PROFESSIONAL American Society Oi Civil Engineers 5. I . r- " 1 .. V W 1 I XX. in-rex, v 'we W5 if ' ' ,,.,L . xx X L A ' ' ,. S' , s K 1 1? 4 9 W Y Council of Engineers builds a lawn display for Homecoming. .l-' - . L .. a., , 1' . ' Ak- I 5 1.41-'J'fh. 3' A 1 'S . -,j .N ' K... " L lg. .1157 'W X Q --- -' F"- In if? -'-f.2..'5 .' 'W asf" .f . iz" , Q- 'fp-if - .Q 'xflgb ii r -. ' ' Q - - f .ffl hy .A I " :L IJ1 Q' F 1 y If I .1 ' 'xl' I 5' 1. ,W 01 ,Ai 4 'X ,N f 4 T -A -.-. ,.i , r 1 g .. 'i f. A A. ""'tw 1:f.,.,., -Zvn 4 I I I ..A'44 A YI - J, Engineers work on a' adfanced aerodynamics problem-What keeps it up there? 174 PROFESSIONAL fsrigfnir F: Q- Engineers, at their spring picnic, take time out from the action to cook weiners. The Student Chapter of the American So- ciety of Civil Engineers furthers the member's knowledge of the practice and ethics of the civil engineering profession. D. M. Bailey is the club's sponsor. Officers are: Mike Morrison, presidentg Jimmy Foster, vice-presidentg Clell Van Bevers, secretaryg and Pat Flusche, treasurer. The club sponsors a student engineering paper contestg a spring picnic and a Christ- mas Banquet are two of the sixty members' social activities. Karla Schmalzried is club sweetheart. g Members g Mike Morrison, president Parvisf Abedi g Thomas Baker Thomas Barone i Josephs Bergeron i... . G. Blissard 4, .2 P. K. Bliseard Marion Boyd Albert Brabhm . Paul Brotcke Randy Burkett Raymond Buzalsky Robert Cagley William Cesselle 'Robert Davis I. D. Farmer Robert Ferrell limmy Foster Pet' Flusche Robert Gnuse slimy Hampton i Paul Henderson John G. Heron Fion Hess Jim i'ii Hollon -Robert Hoppe Ronald Jacobson ifMonty Iones i Tolli Ketrycz Phillip Kindred J. A, Kirby .C Ulys Lane . Ronnie Lemons Douglas Lewis. Robert Marclls E.. W. .McCall l f' Robert Mglziee J. E. McFioberts. i Lewlie, Mendenhall Lee Millrg gg V David Mullene' Theodore Neumann. F. Wm. Ofhoni' . Richie Parkers gy Terry Pardo Bill Puckett Lico Reyes . Brad Smith Wm. K. Smith Pansak Sribhen Dennis Sutton Reza Tadayon Gary Trietsch Carl Utley Clell VanBevers , Mike Walker John Wier Phillip. Wilson James Withaeger Gene Wossum Odie Yoesting Gallaway , Goodman Virginia H le Jimmy Hayes Eugene Hemingway 'Don Hennig Jerry Holacka Theron Horn W Larry Leggett' - Dennis Littvvin Larry London Roger Heed L 1 Robert Hux William Saurenmann Stanley Sharp A James Sockwell Harry Stotts John Trich g Larry Weir Harold Weiss Louis West Charles f Wheatley American Society Of Mechanical Engineers .4 S. W The American Society of Mechanical En- gineers takes industrial field trips and has monthly lectures on technical fields. The university professor of mechanical en- gineers, Dr. lack Woolf, is the cIub's sponsor. The president is David Hurley, vice-president is Louis West, secretary is Charles Weiss. and treasurer is Dennis Littenin. The members of the society must be in an approved engineering curriculum and en- dorsed by the faculty advisor. This year the student chapter entered com- petition in the technical paper contest spon- sored by the national organization of ASME and built a hovercraft. One field trip took the mechanical engineers to the Mountain Creek Station of the Dallas Power and Light Com- pany where an accredited project with the company was undertaken. JN! n - Q' X 3' . 1 3 Zs. 1 di.. if llnnU' mi H V-N , Lt 1 ' ar' A T '1.fa2A " N President of Mechanical Engineers Organization, David Hurley, discusses taking an industrial field trip to the Dallas Power and Light Company. PROFESSIONAL f D !' ,i N ,-,,--aol Dr. Allen Hellier, Biology Society sponsor, and members examine the mold of a human brain. PROFESSIONAL i T Q Medical students of the future join the Biological Society. Biological Society Students interested in the medical or bi- ological fields find fellowship together in the Biological Society of UT Arlington. The club takes monthly field trips and shows science movies on campus. Officers for the club include: James Swim, presidentg Woodie Williams, vice-president: and Ginger Wolfenberger, secretary-treas- urer this year. James Swim, president Debbie Breland Mike D'Angeli Tom Edmundsone A Bill Griffith is .. Tim Hart B t Dixie Hoff A E Robert Martinez - ' 'iii Steve B Masgkg ,fs is Roisann Lloyd Pratiijff' 'lses 4 V Pat Flay i.t. A A f . A Fionaldjl'-ioddy .'iit'i Woodie Wiiliams j .tili Ginger Wolfenberger A Z ,K gn phi " ii' ' , '-1"'A - it J N X iv imxxxxxxxxxwaxxxwrztxxxmxxt Steve Kleppert and Jack Abraham help to boost spirit at football games. . e ' fd nr- l LJ 0 Delta Sigma Pi X v4',...,- Nui Delta Sigma Pi members, rushees, and sweetheart Debbie Atkins enjoy a party. Delta Sigma Pi members usher at the Miss if-'fIf.g'O"' pager? Delta Sigma Pi provides a unique oppor- tunity to reverse the dying trend of fraterni- ties. Whereas most fraternities are either social or professional, Deltasig is both. Delta- sig's theme is "The Best of Both Worlds: socialfprofessionalf' In addition to the common bond of man as man, Deltasig adds a further bondq a bond bound by a common desire to serve the com- munity, to further communications between the "real world" of business and the academic world, to promote professionalism, and to study business. Delta Sigma Pi has been very active this year. Besides taking first place in the Beauty and the Beast Contest, they have presented numerous businessmen at informal meetings with students, and sponsored The Town Hall. a panel of businessmen to answer student's criticisms and questions. Three Deltasig brothers served as officers on the School of Business Constituent Council. Members Brian Haley, president Jack Abraham Harold Bannick Steve Bennett Kenneth Bledsoe Ronald Bryant Maurice Carter Guy Davis Jeff Dreskin Danny Farmer Bill Frazier Bill Fulgham Dale Graham Ronald Hale Brent Haley Jimmy Holland Jimmy Hooks Doug Jackson Gary Kemp Stephen Klepper John Loftis Austin McLaughin Dave Nevison Rick Norman Randal Patterson Jim Reid Bill Scaff Victor Scammel Marvin Sulak PROFESSIONAL Members Jerry Cox. chairman Robert Alford Troyce Barton George Bates Donald Bell Danny Bonham Richard Brown Donald Bums Richard Burt David Carter Bruce Cleveland Charles Coldwell Stewart De Journett Robert Eamest Nathan Finklestein Linda Garza Frederick Garza Vimal Goel John Hoskins Gabriel Hoyos David Huckaby Frank Kubau Richard McCarthy Dewey Meyers David Mitchell Lloyd Mitchell Larry Neal Russell Neely Bruce Nutt Gary Owens Woodrow Parkinson Harash Segal Murari Segal Gary Shaw William Smith Philip Sprinkle William Stokes Miller Talley Raymond Theiss James Vaughn Charles Walker Hayden Ward -sua: lerel Jamison Richard Williamson Byron Kirkwood Charles Wilson Membership in the student and national or- ganization of IEEE enhances the student's outlook on his education, broadens his de- velopment as an engineer, and promotes his interest in non-technical subjects. In essence, active participation in IEEE rounds out the engineer's education, giving him the chance to hear well-known professional engineers and other highly respected persons. The technical club is open to all students enrolled in electrical engineering. Dr. C. V. Smith lr. is faculty sponsor ofthe 46-member organization. Q 4 'V his x Dr. Charles Jiles demonstrates a problem to his electrical engineering students Institute ot Electrical and Electronic Engineers 119. .,i'zr,J Qt A 'Win' ss 'ar .,.,' Electrical eng reer associate profezzor, K. Fl. Roa, explains experiments with electrogasdynamic PRGFESSIONAL hell Eau Lambda Pi Sigma The professional fraternity Lambda Pi Sigma promotes student interest in govern- ment, politics, and law. The organization sponsors a Government Emphasis Week, lvlayor's Forum, several trips to law schools and a mock trial. The club also entered the Homecoming Display Contest. Officers for Lambda Pi Sigma include: Ron- ald Addison, presidentg Buddy Rake, vice- president, Judy Sexton, secretary, Ron Eid- son, treasurer, and Ron Easter, membership chairman. Faculty sponsors for the organiza- tion are Dr. Sam Hamlett, Dr. Allan Saxe, and Dr. Don Cantwell. -....-.. I M- L Y mW,,,, . me lb.- .7" f 'lil' bf M .- , Ury' ?'i. , 11 2 ,ii 1.:W-ra Members Ronald Addison, Steven Jenkins president Shirlee Johnson Jamie Bodiford Keturah Krueger Ed Drass Bernard Long Donald Easter Hugh Moore Ron Eldson Sterling Newcomb Gary Graves Buddy Rake Jesse Hall Linda Rich Adaire Halwes Aurora Hernandez E. Judy Sexton Robert Wilson FT ,il iii O 1 i .P vw- :'- fat: v E . 5" -- A 'QIK' I ,, x T1- -. .- :..,.- "Q:-f'd'9l'5.z g - QS. il . g ' , . f 5 - Lambda Pi Sigma, pre-law fraternity, annually holds a mock trial on the UT Arlington campus in the government building' Preston Hall, PROFESSIONAL xuu All 'U FVQX is 'Z' ,WA um 1-.. G .9 K Q' 'fa N' Sinfonia members gather before ushering at the Grand Prairie Symphony, the group's 1970 civic project. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia The UT Arlington chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is the 300th chapter of the national organization. Individuals in the fraternity par- ticipate in varied musical activities in the Fort Worth and Dallas area. The men of Phi Mu Alpha usher and pub- licize the music department recitals on cam- pus. This year the fraternity has adopted the Grand Prairie Symphony as its civic project. They provide publicity, sell tickets and usher at all of the symphony's concerts. The fra- ternity also puts on a concert, consisting of music by American composers. The club is sponsored by James M. Ma- honey. Sinfonia officers are: Tommy Hall, president, Morris Moore, vice- president, lohnny Lamb, secretary, Mike Scheuermann, treasurer, lose G. Prado, warden, and Philip Hallmark, historian. Members Tommy Hall, president Ronald McConnell Curtiss Aman Moises Molina Larry Bloom Morris Moore Ill Rex Gomillion Barry Montgomery Philip Hallmark Albert Powers lll Charles Hammonds Jose Prado lr. Bland Harper Joe Reynolds Michael Hopkins Walter Richard Richard Krause William Sarratt lll Johnny Lamb Michael Schevefma,-,n Phi Mu Alpha performs in a concert consisting of music by American composers Robert Luke Horace Scott Jr. PROFESSIONAL 1Patterson," president e W " Eff -afwgsl . ,aging Af . - R A . . , , : -- f ww hoary Alien 2 ,Gene Anderson Leroy Bouldln Brian Condor Volney Dempsey Paul Fleischer Chuck Fowler Don Fullon Robert Griuse' Larry Johnson Wayne Kinard Paul Lemay Woody Lusk Bob McCloskey Lester Moflonnelf Dave Marks Flick Maxey Douglas Miller Bob Peters Kenneth Plgg Alden Pitman Bill Quarles Don Ritchey Michele Floss Eugene Sessum Bill Sexton Doug Smith Wayne Taylor Robert Timmons 1 . Pu Sigma Epsilon business fraternity is composed of 36 men who exhibit an interest in marketing and selling. The purpose of the fraternity is the promotion and training of prospective executives. This year Pi Sigma Epsilon competed in in- tramurals, invested in the stock market, toured several plants and had numerous guest speakers at their dinner parties and meetings. Officers include: Dan Patterson, presidentg Bill Quarles and Dave Marks, vice-p-residentsg Cole Sessum, secretary, Ken Pig-g, treas-urerg and Les McConnel, sergeant-at-arm-s. Spon- sors are Wayne Lucas and Asis Sarker. Pi Sigma Epsilon is proud to have Cindy Freeland for its club sweetheart. y-., 'h .A 4- -1-T---f '-,,-. M',Pi5n--vpre . ' rt- 1 Q 'Q . K L 1:4-A-5 , eq ,- :gill-of ig ,Q jg 'yn ' . I- H - -. . ' "' , . 1--,Q " l . 4-- "" ".' :',,...wf.. -f - .nf . ..' .anglar If If I I' . 1, a X . J Pi Sigma Epsilon Pi Sigma Epsilon members practice rigorously for intramural basketball competitior. ti Actives show off the so L - new pledge paddles, PROFESSIONAL Press Club Sponsoring the Mos-t Handsome Man on Campus Contest is one of the methods used by the UTA Press Club in furthering knowl- edge of careers in journalism and uniting the thirty-five journalist members on campus. Donna Darovich is Press Club presiden-tg vice-president is Don Sloan. Sponsors are Paul Blakney and Boy Moses. During Homecoming, the Press Club held a party for former Shorthorn editors at the Fort Worth Press Club. 41" - 'YY -J Members Jim Black lan Huff Mona Blalock C Lana Lambert Cggg g Layne Bradley S Sharon Matthews Becky Buckner P P Gary Newsome Gary Cochran Cathay Robertson Donna Darovich Bob Severn John Dycus Barbara Shields it Don Eierdam Don Sloan ' g Ann Fridrich g Nancy Sormrudes Mary Hand lim Terry CC ieod I C Mary Lynn Hebert Jeff .woifskilli C News staff busily proofreads the school paper before publication. Aubre Howell Donna Woolbrighif Ann Huff r Bob Severn, Don S PROFESSIONAL ELEK TIONLERING BEYOND THIS POINT --6... an, Donna Darovich, Gary Cochran, Mary L.ynn Hebert, Roy Moses and Donna Woolbright contribute talents to Press Club. Student Association Dt Social Workers Anne Armsby Royce E. Aston Mary Ann Bailey Ziona Balaban. Kenneth Barnett Robert Beams Ethelyn Beebe Caroline Blackburn Dale Blackwell Mary S. Blagg Carole Bowdry Judith Brooks Josephine Brown Carl Bryant Kenneth Burks Josef Caldwell Kathy Carsey Ethel D. Crear Daniel H. Cushman Marjorie A. Endres Billie Ferguson David Gibson Jerry Goree Eddy Herrera Wesley E. Hill Loretta Hollingsworth John lgo Evonne Jackson Hannah Kittrell Members Nobuko Lim Fiobert Lockwood Bruce London Barbara Lusk John L. Luther Dell McClung Earl G. McCuin Claudia McDowell Allene Margowski Janet Matula Rosalie Meltzer Mitsy Nagase Ann Petruccelli Sterling Price llla Sarkar Charlotte Shabot Nyla Fay Stewart Sydney Kay Strange Gloria Studdar Barbara Syma Elaine Thieroff Gene Tunnell Gayle B. Turbiville, Sister Mary Venard LaMell Walker Zella Walters Mary E. Whitesides iohn Willis Ftuthe Wineganten .saw -l .W , i il . Wi gf X 4.21 Students in the Association of Social Workers study for thefr Masters Deg'-e The Student Association of Social Work- ers promotes understanding and communica- tion among its members and faculty. while sponsoring specialized educational programs related to the interests of the membership, the university, and the community. Sponsoring the 59-member association is Dr. James Bisbee. Twenty-four members re- ceived in May the first Master of Social Work degrees ever awarded in North Texas. ix-it t 443' 90 funn A S ' L, oi .A 'Qt' 217 1-.if Qs!! N 1 .RR , XD' X1 Dr. Ernest Seigel dis- cusses group dynamics with the spring graduates. PROFESSIONAL . gl .Members , Lb.. ff' f-5 'Q J e ,Q 5 q fs :Eff ff 4 X i if f it ,fun - .-,. s J-.. . ' f 1- -Gff ' 1 N., ,..,,, I- ,. . , .5 ,,,, '31re'.f,-5:'?iELLf,Y., . ' . Si ' .,f,v+v . , as ,.. 1' Krug, "' .. H -K 'Z .-1 'fr 'L' ' . - U. ,.,-my 1 , . ' L Jggue-fo President Dennis Fluke takes a full ride on a wild Brahma bull. Vaoueros The UT Arlington Vaqueros are active in promoting western activities on campus. The club sponsors at least two rodeos yearly and its members ride in the Fort Worth Fat Stock Show. The club is responsible for firing the Fioarin' Rebel ll cannon at football games. The club president is Dennis Fluke, vice- president is Jim Rawlings, secretary-treasurer is Connie Rose, and corresponding secretary is Liz Stewart. The Vaquero sponsors are Coach W. F. Fioark and W. D. Turner. The Vaqueros have leased seventy-five acres north of Arlington and are in the proc- ess of having a barn-raising on week-ends. Members are allowed to keep one horse on the land free of charge. ,Dennis M. Fluke. president Jim Rawlins, vice-president Connie Rose, F A secretary-treasurer . Liz Stewart, J it ly corresponding secretary Paul Rogstacl, . F . sergeant-at-arms Dan Davis, board g Gary Modgling, board Chris Jenkins, board Bobby igewisg board f erNanoy Blackwell Karen Boettcheri - Kerry Bragg . Catherine E. Brown. Wayne Couch J fr J A Linda Lou Eaton y F Lamar Ford A Buzzy Gamble if J Caren Heaton Q14 Tv .FP-. iymimus . K .Lg A Mike Richardson shows off his rodeo trophy to Terry Matthews and Vaqueros. PROFESSIONAL Janet Halcognb Nanay H012.. . Cynthia Moor giies F . Anthony D.. Patton J ' Michaelpl, Richardson Nancy Steinecke v Frances Vasquez J J . Randy Ward F, ea J Wgmia vxfgiiiame. Q. J Jeanne Damron it M nennaeaiemstrt F A Pamkiilvlyersi 4 Randy Parsons Marieiewiklia F ggil. g V' ' Nancy, Hopper ' Hannah Smith Victor Scarnrnel X Terry Mathews A it CBuzzJ Robert .Mclgain Mike Johnston , 1970 Vaquero Sweetheart, Connie Flose XXWWNWWWNIXIWWWIXIIXJWS3 214 2214 574 X 1 Z 574 X E X Q X bg if ' ,E 4 if 25 yi 55 3 V 54 54 534 COOKING CLA K 9 if iq bi? V 5? 5 52 A 2 X4 v RELIGIOUS y PAQ A4 if AND SERVICE EQ 57 bi ii vi 2 if LS 534 KPAWDADADADADAWDAIWPf61DfS1WlbSDfOf6 X 8 i 0 B DX' I t . fi : AI Alpha Phi Qrnega v X W J Q' 'IHS X. s .aeiwf ,GQI 186 ZS. . l aug- Mernbers of Alpra Db: Omega national service fraternity and their sweetheart, Amy Johnson, wile away the summer by doing their own thing RELIGIOUS AND SERVICE Alpha Phi Omega was established on this campus as a national service fraternity in the spring of 1964. Theta Tau chapter is spon- sored by Dean Charles McDowell, Dean Fred Reagan, Elwood Preiss, Dr. Floyd Cash, and Dr. Allen Saxe. College men who have a de- sire to provide service to their chapter, cam- pus, community, and nation are eligible for membership in Alpha Phi Omega. A Phi O's man and maintain the univer- sity's lost and found office, and supply man- power for student elections, ramps for handi- capped students, and a ride board in the stu- dent center. Sponsoring an annual talent show for the patients at the Terrell State Hospital is another major undertaking of the group. The Beauty and the Beast contest sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega earned money to be put in a fund for a fountain to be put in the mall in the future. Bob Klenzendorf serves as pre-sident of the fraternity. A Phi O members tear apart the porch of a church, making way for future expansion. I., 1 . '73 8' Y ' Dr. Harrison is presented an honorary membership cert: Members Ed Aduddell Bruce 101193 .lerry Akin Erick Kahn Ron Albertson Jim Kaster Mitch Aldridge Glenn Kelly Arthur Applewhite Frank King Mike Atteberry Bob Klenzendoff Greg Atwell Mike Leach Ralph Baldridge Leon Lewis Ken Bates Jim Lilly Mackey Beach Chuck Luke Don Beck Bob McCarty Ed Berndt Gene McQueen Bob Blair Kenneth Maika Jeff Blanco Lester Maxwell Ricky Blythe Phil Merritt Bill Booth Larry Minter Bud Boyton Richard Moore Lane Bradford Jerry Motley Carl Britten " Ron Brooks Richard G. Brown Don E. Cain Vernon Calder Nick Calvert Ray Chambliss Ken Christopherson Leonard Claunch Bill Clayton Charlie Cook Carlton Coozey Charles Couch Ken Degel Alan Dibble Carl Favre Robert Geurtz Michael Gillert Crayton Gordon George Hahn Dave Harmon Steve Hazen Ben Hernandez Gary Herring Mickey Herron Phil Howell Don Huber Bob Hurt John Hutcherson Gordon Jacobson Chuck Johnson Dennis Neal Russell Neeley David Noonan Don Park David Parker Richard Parker Gene Parrish Hairy Phipps Kelly Powell Robert Poole lan Railsback Tony Ramirez Randy Reynelds Dana Rittemian Mark Rochl Roger Sanford Mark Sax Walen Sessem Dim Simmons Mike Snow Mark Snyder Mike Stell Bob Stiles Dave Warren John White Don Wible Dale Williams Jimmy Wilson Jerry Winn Mark Young Cai RELIGIOUS AND SERVICE I Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student Union, with one of the largest memberships on campus, is also one of the most active. The organization is not limited to Baptists as almost 2504, of the mem- bership is from other denominations. The many activities planned and executed by an Executive Council and nine committees, with the purpose of providing a Christian wit- ness and fellowship for the students of the University of Texas at Arlington. The BSU holds noonday devotions every Monday, Wednesday and Friday with feature speakers from many different religions. The Friday night missions projects enable -5... .Qt 1-Ida . . - . I H.. ,..-,., .- , 1 w dslhll-and I ii The Baptist Student Center provides Christian fellowship for students. students to tutor and entertain underprivil- eged children of all races at one of four sites. The most successful undertaking of the BSU has been "Up-Singers," an all-denom- inational choir comprised of over 100 UTA students. "Up-Singers" presented "Tell lt Like lt ls" to capacity audiences at Texas Hall this year. University Up-Singers relax from choir rehearsal at BSU. ff' f i 951' Beth McCord and Patty Duvall help at Friday night mission. RELIGIOUS AND SERVICE BSU basketball players have claimed the all sports trophy for the third consecutive year. Front row: Eddie Moseley, Ed- die Laymance, Paul Allsbrook, Leslie Hart, Dodd Burom, and Terry Brannon, Second row: Charles Goodyear, Don Rawls, Pat Patton, Alan Lambert, Ron- nie lackson, and Mike Graham. I ,4p"' Nearly 2000 years later, students still gather to consider Him. Campus Crusade for Christ Campus Crusade brings Andre Kole, "America's leading illusionistf' International "Solution-Spiritual Revolution," regional theme for Campus Crusade for Christ Inter- national, sparked the local affiliates spiritual contribution to the university. Campus Crusade for Christ hosted Andre Kole, "America's leading illusionist," and Armageddon, rock singing group. The per- formers drew Iarge crowds to whom they told of Jesus Christ's relevancy to their lives. The non-denominational organization also conducted College Life meeting series, ex- amining the Christian life. The group, new on campus this year, also issued copies of its "Student Action" newspapers. RELIGIOUS AND SERVICE The group attends the Texas-Oklahoma Circle K Convention. ., .. 1,3 'Pl' A i 5f,f33i?',,.Q.efrf:,.f The Circle K Club, sponsored by Arlington Kiwanis, is not merely an organization but a driving force, de- veloping leadership for tomorrow while it creates a better university community today. Circle K is first and last a service organization. Circle K has developed and successfully conducted many activities on the campus, community and in- ternational levels. ln the past year, Circle K has sold football programs, as a service to the athletic de- partment, worked as assistants in school registration each semester, and assisted in campus elections. Circle K members undertook the task of painting all the school trash cans located around the campus, co-sponsored Autocross sportscar competitions at the UTA "South 40" and donated 55 swimsuits to an orphanage in Mexico, RELIGIOUS AND SERVICE .i'5 'li A tg ., . v Circle K members Grady Langley and Floy Climer help in registration. Circle K members beautify campus by painting college garbage cans , '14 It , u' Christian Science Club brings Joseph Heard to lecture on Today's Prophet. Christian Science Club Under the leadership of Linda Melvin as president, lim Taulman as vice-president, lo Lynn McCreary as secretary and Bob Klen- zendorf as treasurer, the Christian Science Organization strives to make Christian Sci- ence available to the UT Arlington campus, The club maintains a literature box in the stu- dent center where students can obtain a copy of the "Christian Science Monitor." Any student with a sincere interest in the study of Christian Science is welcome to join. The club has a room which provides a quiet place for the study of Christian Science and to share in ways of applying Christian Sci- ence to daily life. Other ways they achieve this end is with display projects and holding Jimmy Taulman reads lesson in CSO study room. weekly testimonial meetings. Deseret Club The Deseret Club, new to the university this year, is the congregation of the Latter Day Saints on campus. It holds religious classes and social activitie-s. The organization meets in the Stonewall Jackson Room of the Student Center and holds opening and closing socials in Septem- ber and May. The primary purpose of the club is to em- phasize the spiritual side of University life. .I .fa "" s'i',Q:'9-fi. ass s?:h.fsf.f+x.i,. Q Dr. Royce Petterson, Deseret Club sponsor, lectures to the club members. RELIGIOUS AND SERVICE Randy Riggs. Bob Benson, and Rick McHaffey carry kettle drum before Rebel l-lam Club The Rebel Ham Club is composed of stu- dents with an interest in the development of the art of communications. They use "on the air" experiments to advance modern com- munications technology. The club offers lessons in Morse code and theory for those students interested in ob- taining an amateur license. They also provide an elaborate station for students to spread the name of the University of Texas at Arling- ton around the world. Serving as president of the club is Howard Barger, Norman Cox is vice-president, and Kraig Newquist is secretary-treasurer. Howard Barger, president Norman Cox, vice-president Kraig Newquist, sec.-treae. Wllliam Atherton PBUI Brown Wlley Clarkson lll Carol Cooper Howard Creasey Robert Cunningham Richard Dlckcflon lim Doyle Alan Gerhard! Robert Giles, RELIGIOUS AND SERVICE John Hoskins Richard Kragg Johnny Mack Michael McCulle lamea NIcQuerry Jr. Keith Newquist Arthur Partain Eugene Preston William T. Stokes Larry Tulles Mark Tyler Harry Rummel CODCGYT. Kappa Kappa Psi Any student who has been a member of the Rebel Band for one semester is eligible for membership in Kappa Kappa Psi. During band camp the week before school starts, Kappa Kappa Psi members are avail- able to help all beginning freshmen. The club also has the responsibility of taking care of all equipment used by the band. The brightly painted buses used when the band goes on tour are the work of the club also. Members of the club ushered at the Ar- lington Concert Association, officiated at the Six Flags Band Festival, and co-sponsored the band Spring Concert. Serving as preside-nt is Robert Lake, vice- president is Milton- Strong, and secretary is Mickey Nowell. Rebel Ham Club members Bob Cunningham, Mark Tyler, Kraig Newquist Gene Preston and Keith Newquist took over the cIub's radio equipment IUHN WI hlvt Mpprn uk Ing it K r W Y I ffm i Nil iialyunxml I ii im nimundm ,N I r 3 Ill t D the ic I y n ' mm I I it l ngu Q, hum, A 'wmxleri ing I I I' I K. Nm iirmii il l :in mlm: Ii hx 1 nl U Rr uni llll ul l vull remain i um Ih ou x u remain in me s I I I bf-'lf i i ihrumlitiinn tht li i ii i unless nmfl' 'full 'hc ku 1 ii th x lruhrr i i, U, hr nf x u nn :li lrinn lhlm in mi. ii 1 1' rcminn in me nnl I ii' him will un nu hfrmt Iorxiu in I n I iullvf th wr 1 r m i in rm lii up is hes .ir p. Illlil' d up ind lhn n into the r ii hum l :remain ins it iiin x i than u 'mn mir hi. FUI! O I mcml han UL I rls Mus I vv:w wil utlmm i,lir ei f' 454 M J i Koinonia plans social activities of the Church of Christ Bible Chair. ix K The spacious backyard of the Bible Chair provides ample room for a fast-moving game of volleyball for energetic members of Koinonia. Koinonia Koinonia, a relatively new club. organizes the social activities of the Church of Christ Bible Chair. During football season, Koinonia hosts after-game parties at the Bible Chair where the club serves refreshments and provides entertainment for students, The members, working together on the homecoming display, were successful in winning a first place trophy for the "most original" display. The club was also proud to bring home the Five-State Koinonia Con- vention Sweepstakes trophy this year, Sponsored by Koinonia, Dr. William S. Barowshy, president of Pepperdine College. spoke to a large crowd of UT Arlington stu- dents on his latest book, lt's A Playboy World. Officers for the year include Gary Bishop as president and Gilbert Yarbrough as vice- president, Starmye Harmon as secretary, Pat Kirk as treasurer and Shirley Kirk as his- torian of the club. -0? 11 we ul X S . V,-b -lien A I 4, ' H ii' ' 0 ' V4-'t 4, - . .vi r' mr- NAM, ' A ,., - --, . -,nl 1,35 I ' ' gf' ' 'Q sfxll L 5 I. .i sw' , 0 -o N ' ' ,'i Koinonia members enjoy a game of leapfrog at a group social RELIGIOUS AND SERVICE W 1 Q... -..cent Actwmes celebrates the schools 75th birthday. Students flock to take part in the Gay 90's Casino sponsored by SAB 1 Z 'RK' fa.: sr E I Thomas 194 RELIGIOUS AND SERVICE The Lettermen Student Activities Board The university's foreign students enjoy a reception held in their honor. li Ferrante and Teicher . I .il i . r SAB members decorate a Student Center ra' 'Q' Cr' si"af The Student Activities Board CSABJ co- ordinates the work of the six Student Activi- ties councils: Forums Council, Entertainment Council, Publicity Council, Arts and Films Council, LEAD Council, and Hospitality Coun- cil. With a small portion ofthe activities serv- ice fees, these councils endeavor to supple- ment the cultural, recreational, social. and other special needs and interests of the students. All full-time students are eligible for membership on any of the six councils. The cIub's sponsor is Mrs. Carolyn Wad- dell and president is Charles Huber. First vice-presidents are Karen Hall and Susan Elder, second vice-president is John White. Among the many activities SAB has spon- sored this year are the weekly movies. Fling 70, Homecoming, Playboy Fashion Show. Ferrante and Teicher, the Lettermen. and B. l. Thomas. BELIGIOUS AND SEBXVICE A The Wesley Foundation holds religion classes and recreational activities. ETBS-at 'I f I er - , " 1'1"i'T' al I - 9 s i 1 gif .B Q r ' , in-Q.- 532 iii 7 Dernis Danvers talks at a noon luncheon program. The Wesley Foundation and Canterbury compose a community open to the university as a place of dialogue, service, study and recreation. The Wesley Foundation sponsors a weekly coffee house named "The Belly of the Whale" which draws many talented uni- versity students. Highlights of its program are Friday noon luncheons, credit religion courses and film series. Students relax between classes in the spacious lounge of the Wesley Foundation, and the beautiful building is open to accom- modate other campus groups. The steering committee members this spring were Fritz Range, Jeff Scheid, Glen Page, Diane Doskocil, Dennis Danvers, Kathy Danvers, and Scottie' Robbins. The- Rev. Ron- ald Younkin is Episcopal Chaplain and the Rev. Dick Lord is Methodist Campus Minister. The Wesley Foundation and Canterbury ln a typical scene at the Wesley Foundation, students gather to enjoy bridge games. RELIGIOUS AND SERVICE Tau Beta Sigma Tau Beta Sigma Sorority provides a close sisterhood among its members which adds enjoyment and unity to band activities. The band spirit builders help with all band parties, usher at campus musical events, and furnish bandsmen with phone directories of Tau Beta Sigma members are, first row: Diane Mays 'Sardy Caffey 1:1 Bevier, loan Bixler, Gay Wright, Cynthia Taylor, arf: Eairre 1-rrrewzrig Sec- ond row: Lenda McDonald, Sandye Hill, and Barbara Oual1s YT "l the band members. Tau Beta Sigma provides a high goal for bandwomen to add to their aim for their col- lege careers. Tau Beta Sigma provides serv- ice and is considered an honorable station for all bandwomen. The sorority's sponsor is Mrs. James Ma- honey and the club president is music major Sandy Hill. Sandy is also sweetheart of Kappa Kappa Psi. 353' I an'- Wim tr R WSO members work together packaging blankets for Vietnamese orphans. , 09 I Ladies of WSO help children from the Community Action Center in kite Du ici-g Women's Service Organization The Women's Service Organization is a service club designed to serve the needs of the university. The members serve the cam- pus by working during registration. elections. the distribution of yearbooks and ushering during the Webb Lecture. The club helps in the cancer and blood drives and also participates in the Terrell State Hospital show sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity. The club officers are Janet Hopkins. presi- dentg Neillie Brown, first vice-president: Karen Hall, second vice-president. and Linda Abraham, treasurer. RELIGIOUS AND SERVICE is 'IST Newman Club The Newman Club is comprised of over iOO Catholic students at UT Arlington. The clubs purpose is to carry on a Christian at- mosphere at UT Arlington and to instill in its members a desire to be more Christian in their school and home lives. The Newman Club works in coalition with the Wesley Foundation and the Canterbury Club on activities such as the Belly of the Whale and the Friday luncheons at the Wes- ley Foundation. Cne of the club's main activities is its an- nual three-day retreat. Other important ac- tivities include participation in the Fall Fes- tival and Kappa Sigma Carnival. On Sundays the club holds folk masses, and parties and dances are planned as weekend events. The Newman Club is active in all intramural sports. as seen by the fact that the "Intra- mural Athlete ot the Year" was a member. Newman Club president is Lico Reyes, Members of the Newman Club entertain orphans at a local park Neuman Club President Lico Reyes presides over the election of the organizations new officers at the Wesley Foundation. RELIGIOUS AND SERVICE X? XG W V41 Sf IQ! v A1 A fxlZXQI5Xq1l5X4UQfqDv V V X2 A fwafas X4 Pg fx D46 X 53 X 6 224 PQ X5 as EX as X4 ig yvi BAND A L3 QA 5275 Ai EX VT? if X if 6 PV4 A V X F 55 P23 5 X P4 'V rg Q ? Q of V ,ef X! A A Mx s",cV7 S Q "Nr, B-4 ft I f B.. if -. . 'w'f'77'g'i I K ' U 'MLN , , , Miss Alma reads a romantic poem at a meeting of her literary circle, and 'mttery Miss, Alma in "Summer and Smoke." -.-'f' .vw E 'iviml "'f' , i- ' ' ' .uw u ' 7T12,21i'ljgknf A . ,if V , ., f , . . I I ' A , Q . ,,ymw-gff'- -, O FINE ARTS The curtain opens on "As I Lay Dy- ing" to present an open tableau com- pactly picturing the life of the en- tire Bundren fam- ily in a 30-foot square. L-ni was 8 All m 4, . S 'F' , 4'fT'fc'ff..i with amazing perception, in a scene from "Summer and Smoke." Dramatic Know-l-low The university Little Theater offers students the opportunity to exercise their dramatic tal- ents. These students are enrolled in one of two accredited courses, in which they are in- structed and directed by Mary Lou Hoyle and Richard Slaughter. Four plays are produced during the year. The fall semester this year opened with "Am- phitryon 38," a comedy based on the esca- pades of the mythological character Jupiter. Later in the semester came the unique "As I Lay Dying," William Faulkner's penetrating story of the 1920's South. Spring semester students produced Ten- nessee Williams' moving and very successful play "Summer and Smoke." The year came to a close with a look at the present in "Your Own Thing," a "l-lair"-type rock musical. As part of the year's anniversary celebra- tion, drama department alumnae produced the comical "The Man Who Came to Dinner." A-.-f-5,5 ,. .. .: Two characters of not-so-obvious opposte ge'de's in a comical but disturbingly realistic scere :fam if:-' C.-.r - fo f Q! 4.4! 1 0. NW T f t X X A NW' ig X X N ' W FN l .1 -J.. - JJ. .- 'xfnvwr-W,-New-S - -.-H v ..T . k-fora:-"N 1' ': ' ex 1.k.. u La plans ' fl I Dax 9 . fr.-A ..... me QA me -v.. Q.. -.-:-,-A- g -. e- 'ww N:-se:-3 .v u.-..-..-cw i.. -- .. 'N - -. D'OC sm: 'C N CC-: gm ke tryon :Net .. A..-N..- . V -. ,Q .. V, FINE ARTS 201 Select University Voices Join in Concert A Cappella Choir and Holiday Singers give tale:-ted voices the opportunity to sing out in targous campus and guest performances. Directed by Gary Ebensberger, both consist of voices carefully selected by audition. The 55-voice A Cappella Choir specializes in classical and sacred music, varied with some spirituals and foreign selections. The Choir this year presented a Christmas con- cert. followed by several church perform- ances, The years highlight, culminating a se- mesters work, was the formal concert pre- sented in May. The 20 Holiday Singers enjoyed performing for campus activities, for the Dallas Women's Club. and at a Christmas banquet in the Fort Worth Convention Center. Dividing into smaller groups for variety, the group sings pop selections featuring four-part harmony. Accompanist for the two choirs was Kay Ellen Hawkes. !l","' Soloist lean Osburn musically questions her audience "What Now My Love? --E C. nj!-C A 5 lf i nm W1 t if 5 lf i tt HOLIDAY SINGEPS FRONT ROW: Alissa Pittman, Gloria Allen, Pam BACK ROW: Bill Quarles, Curtis lvlcClean, Marc Emmick, Gary Noble, Peynolds. Bettie Brewster, lan Webb, Sandy Caffey, Kay Ellen Victor Michels, Dan Hash, Doug Smith, Steve Seate, Gary lves, and Hafflfeg, Karen Flechtrier, lean Osburn, and Terre Miner. Dale Mclwllahen. FINE ARTS iv A CAPPELLA CHOIR. FRONT ROW: Gloria Allen, Robin Ellen, Pam Reynolds, Bettye Brewster, Susan Hagard, Jan Webb, Linda Anderson, Jennifer Jackson, Barbara Oualls, Pam Miller, Sandy Caffey, Patti Dean and Donna Beaird. SECOND ROW: Kay Ellen Hawkes, Carol Carter, Mary Beth Smith, Alissa Pittman, Martha Huffine, Linda Jacob- sen, Melody Cooke, June Johnson, Beth Spiegal, Karen Flechtner, Jean Osburn, Janet Jackson and Terre Miner. ,ff f-L f rv THIRD ROW: Mike Scheuermann, Kenny Kferer, Def J .a M- 14- Smith, Joe Reynolds, Keith Rickard, Marc Emfricif. Cay '-ace -a", Broussard, Kenneth Myers, Bryan Stone. Dae Mdfafef ." -ec better and Fraiser McConnell, FOURTH ROW1 Barry 'f Quarles, Gary Lancaster, Randy Ford, Paul Schenbeft, Ill, Curtis McClean, James Hadnan, Victor Miche s, J r-rw-ffvgff Ji H54 - lf. .1 Z Ja 'ey .Je":ee -. -,., - ,..-, c ES is. c Freddie Fankle, Dan Rash, Steve Seate and Bland Harper The voices of A Cappella Choir members blend har- moniously in fall concert. h , FINE ARTS Reb Rands Step Gut Un Field, in Concert Directing both the marching and the con- cert bands is Jack Mahan, head of the music department. His associate director, William F. Postelthwaite, plans marching routines, di- rectly supervises. performances, and works closely with the percussion section. James Mahoney serves as woodwinds director, Ray Lichtenwalter directs the brass section, and Dr. Loyd Taliaferro is theory instructor. The 144-membe-r marching band performs most notably at Rebel football games, where the band's traditional Dixie Fanfare routine signals halftime. The band is also divided into four groups which perform alternately on occasions when it is not possible for the entire band to be present, such as basketball games, swim meets, and pep rallies. Head drum major was Johnny Carr, his assistants were Milton Strong and Robert Mozelewski. This year there were two bands functioning as the concert band has in pas-t years: the specially-auditioned Symphonic Band, under Mahan's' direction, and the new Concert Band, directed by Postelthwaite. The bands perform onstage, off-season from the marching band. ., Head Drum Major Johnny Carr leads the I P4 wr 'M 3' fb., slr' 1 1' .4 4 " marching band in a halftime performance. my ' , w' 1 .'vLsL.A-'-'f' --a 41.1 'if ' K ' 0 1 ,I ' Q' U1 , D I , S, rl I , v "" fi ':wM- 5 V - "Z www 8 M ., , 'gs-Q. 1 ' K , "V ' ' f' I .WH "Kai, ,- , -1' ,w"," . ,. ' '--:, V54 ' S., , W ma 'r,,v',x I iw' ' .kit M. V N J 4- 444,-, - -- , . -5 ., i V 'PAX' gggwj . I ' ., ' g- - 'y ,A tv.. -f ,4,..5Q?,i5ge':y3:i:J . ,.a?:?fSf'5yq,d .5 ,. fb QM re Mfg , A - - " -"f A" x if ' if J' M gl .1 4 ' 12' I f c v . j Vid,-A 2. I . l j 6317: ui.. Miss: 'sf J 1 " 1 'J' hh 'Q ff K y, 8' N' -1 " 'f 62+- 1.11 sf ,5f.-Ima ff. ,NJ -ated -,1,,.+,,. :,,,-' , , , ..- . 4, f 'W . r .. ,. ss., - " , 4 4- f ,.,.,""f:+-ifiwa 1 , VT i , . e , 1. J 49" " x,",.-v"""" 1-J ,yas-'f'f "M5'i"'- X i',"'v ' ,Wm , Jw.. .. - ' -,I 531 . ', 'W Y "' vf'-v'sf'i,' 'Mug , J J- A H' YM, - X5""'4""'S"7f' Ji,-' ,guts -ri, '44 X- -r ,F f7 v - " , .1 X 4... J 'I' 5 'nga iff df, f ww 1: , .yr ' . -f .W .- ff Q, .L ,L' . r f ., 3.-v -'. 'H ..-. 1.41.-L A 014 --'- 1 an Reb marching band members stand ready on the field. Jack Mahan directs band members in a classroom session. FINE AFTS 235 Lab Band inspires Career Musicians Directed by Dan Burkholder, the UT Ar- lington Lab Band serves as a meeting ground for career-minded musicians on campus. The group consists of professional musicians attending the university who work in various bands outside the school, but also enjoy the opportunity to perform together. Members nave performed in groups at Six Flags Over Texas and Six Flags Over Georgia, and with tarious name bands throughout the United States. As professional musicians many of the members belong to the American Federa- tion of Musicians. The Lab Band performed on campus for several functions, including the Snow Ball this fall. and in the November 25 and April 7 concerts in the Little Theater. Vocalists for Lab Band this year were Karen Flechtner and Curtis lvlcClean. Pianist Cathy Welton accompanies the Lab Band in concert performance. l Rex Gomillian and Richard Pryor stand t Director Dan Burlcholder waits as the saxophonists end their featured performance. join trumpets in a featured concert duet FINE ARTS V I K I X I Xi X XMMMMWMWWMMWMMWWM vi X X X P3 Q5 C A X X NATHANIEL KILLOUGH FIRST SHORT!-IORN EDITOR. 1918-1919 'Q7 X Q X Q W W A -ix iq 334 W M 3 STUDENT 574 bg 3 X4 PUBLICATIONS PA v YQ E45 Q 574 A 2 X X E X E X4 X2 8wMMwwMMMMwMwMwXX "--'- - wan Advisers Guide Members Gt Student Publications ss.. xii TS 5533 th l Roy Moses, Faculty Adviser Nancy Day, Secretary '4 2 Qi, STUDENT PUBLICATIONS Paul Blakney, Faculty Adviser ,-4? sf?" fu" ng or-"""' yrl ,, ' ., , T35 Donna Darovich. Editor-in-Chief Editors Construct Winning SHQRTHGRN Under the guidance of two-year veteran editor Donna Darovich, the UT Arlington SHORTHORN staff produced another prize- winning newspaper. The weekly publication this year captured the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association's "Best Newspaper in State" award. With a circulation of 8500 copies per week during the long term, the scope ofthe 1969-TO SHORTHORN necessarily varied in coverage. from campus to national events. The editorial staff continued to meet con- troversial campus issues head on. sometimes to the chagrin of various student groups. The Student Congress this year proposed the future selection of SHORT!-IORN editors by students rather than by faculty. Members of the SHORTHORN staff hold various other positions in the news media. Gary Newsom was employed on the sports staff of the Arlington Daily News and as REVEILLE sports editor. KFRLD-TV occupied much of Don Sloan's off-campus time. and left Wolfskill helped to man the press box at Turnpike Stadium. STUDENT PUBl.lCATlONS , df" P tif Donna Wooibright, News Editor Layne Bradley, Assistant Managing Editor Staff Nobly Carries STUDENT PUBLICATIONS was A- """W' ma I 1,4 T A , .mit-1 Ann Fridrich, Organizations Editor Gary Newsom, Assistant Sports Editor 4-gut 5146! :Wi L--.1 if .ALJ John Dycus, Copy and Amusements Editor on Tradition ff nf 3 Jeff Wolfskiil, Sports Editor 'Sli . Y' Q.. ia, uns", , 1 H," f K M. X Jim Terry. Business Mena STUDENT PUBLICATIONS RFVFII l F Celebrates The 75th anniversary year of a university is a year worthy of painstaking recording and correspoonding innovations. These were the challenges the 1970 REVEILLE staff strove throughout the year to meet. The completion of the largest yearbook in the history of the school, featuring a 30-page introduction tracing the school's 75-year his- tory in contrast with- the- institution of today, was no easy accomplishment for the capable but generally novice staff, working alone un- der the guidance of Editor Barbara Shields. Copy editor was Sharon Matthews, Mona Blalock and Mary Hand were typis-ts. From the silk-screen cover to four-color division pages, a new stock of paper and new type styles, a departmentalized faculty section and a new forma-t for the organiza- tions section, and especially the change to a fall-delivery book, 1970 marked a year of change for the UT Arlington REVEILLE. ,ai 'N-1 Year Vilitn Cnange Jeff Barton, Art Editor JL 1 Lv Adi: igrfgzag. Q. if "XL:- :'-. , .11 J Jan Huff Ann Huff Activities Editor Faculty Editor i ff' 4 . - Q . 4, M .Q gi. '-a Qi 5 ur Lana Lambert, Organizations Editor STUDENT PUBLICATIONS W . "' :' - I . F . E 3 .V -- , A K I lu. im 5--- i if 'Q lui' E v f 'K' L-,,- e ' Q X ,g " cis X a X ,4v,c,t- , N ' PNA 42 MS. W fb ' 4 i f 1 X' if K , Bob Severn Cathey Robertson 2'4 REVIEW Editors The campus literary magazine, the ARLING- TON REVIEW, publishes the work of talented UT Arlington students while at the same time awarding over S400 each semester for win- ning entries. ludging is in seven categories, includirg cover design, foreign language and photography. Sponsoring editors Cathey Rob- ertson and Bob Severn were Dr. Cothburn O'NeaI and Alberta I-larrington, both of the English department. Staff photographers. contributing much to the coverage and creativity of all publications, were lim Black Calso feature editor of the Sl-IORTHORNJ and Gary Cochran. HJ " " . REVIEW Encourages Student Creativity lim Black, Photographer WL -L - kk I Gary Coclfraf. Dhotographer STUDENT PUBLICATIONS ab. f 57 r-3-. U . .V-7 ,PS f Cf Xmv YAWWW J A41 v ,- lxl v D 41 v Af A D 41 V f A Ib v y A D 41 v A A Wm V Y Awwwv Q AWE A v Y ?Af 5 X . P32 5 ' 9 , ag Q v 3 Z5 M QMWW Q 5 - 2 SEE B ..,.. W E ,,, ,. U A4 sf P2 sf X 5 X4 S2 P2 S A X Af TH v A IC S bv X ,ef if 15 W4 ELK S 5A bg ,Wg 5?- A4 V Aww AMW A531 V wmww A A514 0 'r- XQQ ,Vs P ,af Y . 4 I 4? I gg Fr, A 5' 5 J. ' S 1 5' v 9 . 3, .P ' sg X ., K. 7 Qala, v""" I gm f 1. iflg - f- Q- if ig. Q A 7-' 5 A rf? gp v if A Awww N921 V X A WWQQ3 X 514 X 2 g 5 Ei? 2 iq ' E Q if W4 X4 Ei PX Q if ig CARLISLE FOOTBALL TE . iq AM X if P3 X PZ 574 574 524 534 A Fog L5 57 TB A ii ALL xi 5 4 fi 3 2 X! 3,4 334 ADAMDXIDYSDXQIDV V 532 A ADAMM V X, Q A AVA X4 Sporadic Rebs Compile 5-5 Gridiron Record A tough schedule and inconsistent play combined in 1969 to deny UT Arlington its third Southland Conference championship in four years. Instead, the Rebels had to settle for a third place tie with Abilene Christian College and Trinity University. UTA won only once at home in 1969. ruin- ing a 14-1 home mark set during head coach Burley Bearden's tenure as Rebel mentor. UTA's overall 5-5 mark was its worst record in five years. Among the few bright points of the Rebel team in 1969 was a strong defense and the individual play of men like pro draft picks Skip Butler, Danny Griffin, Troy Ratridge. Dick Hill and Ronnie Callaway. -.IJ Qi.: ,r if M, J bww we Q '-Q - '- .-J' sw - -. -P . - -1- Rugged defensive play characterized the 1969 Rebel team whose unpredictable offense was either great or poor on any two different n ch s FOOTBALL I 'ui I Four NE Louisiana players find Reb tailback Marc Griffin a tough customer. Griffin scored once in the contest on a 59-yard pass play. Third-Period Shovv Gives Rebels 17-3 Win The Rebels opened the season in Monroe, Louisiana with a sluggish 17-3 victory over Northeast Louisiana State, all of the Rebel points coming in a five-minute portion of the third quarter. NLS had taken the initial lead on a 32-yard first-quarter field goal. Skipper Butler, the prolific UTA field goal kicker, booted a pair of conversions and a 20-yard field goal, while senior fullback Danny Griffin rushed for 98 yards on 16 carries. Marc Griffin had 44 yards on 13 tries. Defensively, linebacker Milton Davis sparked a rugged Rebel defense with 14 tackles, two fumbles recoveries and an in- tercepted pass. Fred Bolton and Chris Ortman were credited with 11 and 10 tackles, respectively, to aid the defensive showing. FOOTBALL f , V .,.d':nv , Q, , ,I A , .. Wu f L, . X I X. At it-Y, , N i ,f V Q k Nigga 1 ' - f I '-'W-fibv ' " ' 4 i . . dl Q V ,KJ X--,i .54-1gd1.i , ' , x l, , 1 W u , , I I V .,,'-...? a. 1lAi.z35:u"fI4p-arf" ' 4 pei' ' ' .-sv... - ' ' s , 1 , ""' 1 ..,..-at ' .. s .A V 1 .sf f rf '- Quarterback Ronnie Faulkner releases the ball on a first down pass attempt J.. W z' vt, 1 . . ' z . ' ' , , 4 J - -A m v,, , f 3' ul ' i - f .vin -.4 , . W .1 fs..- 4 Y U. Q ,M ' , ix' 3 It i T - V! 'L-M A ' SV .4 Y' - , 9, ,wlfvi - ' . -I' .Y ' a 'L-at ' " K f -r . ' A M,-nfl 2 .vg0.nK'--S4634 'i' 1 x vs we - S HAM. Mk 5 x W X mx r- 'H I In ' ' . Q Q A it M xt if it sf Hlrert "lw,'w!S?i2sw mm. .. .. . ,, , .T . .4 f 1 f 'Y ,ai ', 24, , W wt, 4" Vw , ' v 1 ' . . 1, ' ' nga it Hiwiib-2'6" ,M , M. -v.. is tg, -shi: 5' n- -. . -F .- ' . -I4 .. Skipper Butler, UTA's All-American place kicker, gets set to boot one against New Mexico St. NMS blocked one Butler try. New Mexico St. Bumps Bebelsl lVllscues Are Contributing Factor Halfback Robert Evans embraces an Aggie receiver, ending a short pass play. The Rebels made their home debut a dis- appointing one, dropping a 16-17 decision to New Mexico State before a capacity throng. Home had little to cheer about as Saturday night's heroes lost three fumbles, had three passes intercepted and let the furious Aggie rush block a Skipper Butler field goal attempt. Bonnie Lucas put the Bebs on the board late in the third quarter hauling 35 yards with a TD strike from Bonnie Faulkner. However, an Aggie interception at the UTA eight, which was carried over for a touchdown, sealed the win for New Mexico State. FOOTBALL A quiet sideline indicates that all is not well on the field. This occurred often at home in 1969 where the Rebs lost four of five encounters. Rebels Rurv East Texas With Strong Gffense The Rebels made a strong comeback against East Texas State, scoring two touch- downs in the fourth quarter to erase a four- point deficit and earn a 38-28 win at the Commerce field, Quarterback Ronnie Faulkner set two rec- ords in completing 23 of 38 passes for 392 yards. The Rebs also set a school mark by netting 27 first downs. Marc Griffin scored the two last period TD's but it was Chris Ortman's intercepted pass with just four minutes left which pro- vided UTA with its winning margin. The theft gave Arlington the ball at the Lion 28. and in seven plays the Rebels had crossed the goal line for their final points. Dick l-iifl, the fine Rebel tight end, was lost for most of the season as the result of a broken collar bone sustained in the contest. FOOTBALL A STATISTICS T ET un 19 , .v..,,..... First Downs ,... .,,,.... 2 7g 170 ......., Yards Rushing ,..,...,.. 97 256 ,....... Yards Passing ....,. ., 392 Passes T 11 of 21 ...K Completed ..., 23 of 39 Q 1 ...,.. Passes lntercepted by .,.... 2 Punts: 4 for 38.5 .. No., Avg. ..,. 3 for 31. A 0 .....,........ Fumbles Last ........... 0 1 94 . ....,.. Yards Penalized ........ 54 P Show Reb end Dick Hill braces for a collision with an East Texas St. defensive back 9 '11, p -1 sg., ...L Six white shirted Rebels pursue a McNeese back toward an inevitable conclusion The Cowboys' wishbone T rolled up 240 yards rush rc. Butler's Boots Boost Bebels to 13-7 Win UT Arlington remained unbeaten on the road by defeating the McNeese State Cow- boys 13-7 on the strength of two field goals by Skipper Butler, the 36th and 37th of his career, breaking the NCAA record. Bonnie Faulkner had a strong showing as quarterback, hitting 17 of 35 passes and watching nine passes dropped by his receiv- ers. Arthur Hobbs snagged three of the aerials to lead Beb receivers. UTA scored first on Butler's first boot, then lost the lead when the Cowboys scored on an 18-yard run. In the second period, the Bebs took the lead for keeps when Mike Buchanan caught a two-yard TD pass. 'F UTA HCNEESE STATISTICS 13 ........,.., First Downs .............. 7 94 .......... Yards Rustmrg ,.....,. 240 179 ..,.,... Yards Passing ..,....... 40 o .... ...... 17 f 35 Cofrrglseised 3 of 11 2 ...... Passes lntercepted by ...... I 1 ............ Fumbles Lost .........,.. 2 Punts, 8 for 44 ...... No., Av. ...... 6 for 40 Milton Davis f65J and Jimmy Stoehr C661 plug a temporary gap in the line 45 --s----- Yards 99135224 -'------ 35 FOOTBALL RQNQ1. mt wh.. "Si as 4 .Z ' tllwanqwmqlll-1n ,,,r, if ' t A2 v I A I " X., ,,, b N i s f. , t.- -Ag, nl -Y 0 ' nl "'. . We .,'mx, -nba-has 4... ' f "1 Q 'fw ' W. ."' 'ii W .. , is , fm. f rg1Q42BiQ UTA defensive backs Mickey Eddleman and Robert Evans join forces to stop a San Diego State receiver for only a modest gain. - ' ' Kiln- A4 Evans and linebacker Gary Gough put the skids to another Aztec receiver. FOOTBALL San Diego State Accepts 27-10 Win From Rebels San Diego State, the nation's leading de- fensive team, came to town next to blot the Rebel record with the inevitable home defeat. The game was wide-open as UTA regis- tered five interceptions and a fumble recov- ery, San Diego St. managed to outdo that performance with six thefts and two fumble recoveries. However, the Aztecs were able to convert their loot into 27 points while UTA managed just ten before 9500 disappointed home fans. Balanced UTA Attack Crushes Trinity 34-7 i i t lf' ' ri , i'r?t5t:Tvf2Sttln1ia1f1GSkl1rr. 2 It ,Q :G . .. 1'lfNlTYV . tttt it ' M-fl in-i,,!,?'Y--5,-t" Q! N H-...,... ffg ' +'2y..lfi'ft,.YQrdl: Pantng 94 .anna 1 . 1-campmaa .,.: 16 of 34 gpgamlimiercoptod -by 0 wt ?aQfef.Tl3..ii,.J'.rfTFumbl8f Lott 1 i 5 If 7 for 33 342 Nxpuny' iv, -kj :A ..., ' on V u ..-4 Yards ileruglzcd ....., .. 92 The Rebs opened Southland Conference play with a 34-7 trouncing of Trinity Univer- sity at San Antonio. An awesome UT Arlington offense racked up 207 yards rushing and another 234 yards by air while the defense was holding the hap- less Tigers to a measly 108 yards total of- fense on the field. UTA scored first on a 30-yard Skipper But- ler field goal, followed by a 25-yard touch- down pass from Ronnie Faulkner to Mike Buchanan, a 25-yard field goal, and a one- yard plunge b-y Marc Griffin as the Fiebs took a 20-0 lead by intermission. In the third quarter, Tim Christy tallied on a 25-yard scamper and Fiobert Hill dived over from a yard out to make the score 34-0. Trinity managed one score in the final pe- riod after Coach Bearden had replaced his starters with reserves. A AI M, r'f 'QM' il i xg, I A swarm of blue and grey Rebels converges on an opposing team cuartefback. Arlington line coach The condition of 'ne came S 1' mirrored by the coccernec ex- . . s- pression on the face of 1 Char. e gx -3. FOOTBALL 225 4-,.., ,t J Robert Evans readies a shoulder to put to a West Texas State ball carrier. l-lome Jinx Remains, Buffs Take 41-7 Win West Texas State blasted the Rebs 41-7 to keep UT Arlington's winless home record intact. The Buffs controlled almost every phase of the game, rolling- up- 340 yards total offense, while recovering a fumble and steal- ing five UTA passes. The Rebels were able to score only when a meager 2:08 remained on the scoreboard clock, Mike Buchanan getting the six points on a six-yard sweep of left end. g to fsrmsrlcs - UTA N - e as W If Q 19 ............ First Downs .......c . x T8 5 140 . ,xs. ..... Y ards Rushing 235 132 ..4..... Yards Passing .... 105 ' 12-32 ............t Passes . ..t.. .. ....... 7-11 p2 ..,. Passes intercepted bys 5 T 1 ....,.,..... Fumbles Lost .... ,Q .... ,. 0 6-36.6 .... Punts and Aygy ....i 567.2 his 'S Poised for act cr Rebel defense affaits the next play by West Texas State. Six turnovers contributed to the fourth straight Rebel home loss. FOOTBALL '-'sw jr, 1 p sl- 5 -.. . .M ., U dy I Q asm. L . L . wt ,, ' , 4 ,, mu,-ff. W- YY ' W.. 435-S'ffv.q,'r1xi,ghj.. . .. ' - 1, 'N' ' U' ' . - ' 'M-"-in ., '1"""'f' f"""v,,5-W 'Wynn ,J 'wTP'L""", .,""M 4-' "H -v .,, 'vw lb! Q 1 1 -.f4 , V . V . -,,.' M! N px o " - U we D ei., .Q .,. ., . -x A , :WA-aQ.s ' t"'5QuP!..L. ' LY Dropped passes prove to be a constant source of frustration for UTA quarterbacks in 1969 r ne e ""-G l Y xliicgg M 1,0 S 3 S 8 51-...Q M .i . +P A , PM L j T 1 1 xx ,,, in . my 'Q.' ,L ' X . ,A -dev . N .Www s 5.4, Q ...bf ,a . ,0 wh f 2: is F' Q T.. 4 1 1 , 'Q i ,K . . F, - 1 W ,fa 55,1 M Nwslxqiqg . ,T A 'JM iv QNX 'f L. in Qkflsflafq '..J"Z:.':'stf! ' - 'Efl's'5':..f: tl tw" 9- st' 8 fu ' . 'Q' 10" ' -3 mwkypawx , qs as mf tP'7 . 1 " V -0 1- - , H , C fa "X, ' - Q",., 33251 V wwf, Q2- . , . .Q i .K Q A 4 vi 'Q,,,,, iw ,gm .- 1 - C'f Q 'I 'f"' ft- ' '.," " - fi ' y",-4 -- " .4-f "A:f.,a-1...--. ,, ai6a0,1-,...-x'A -A 1 24--.ur Three ACC defenders grab Mike Buchanan as another Wildcat moves in. F-Tebs Cold in Stretch As Cats Come Back Abilene Christian College visited tbe Pebs with a touted passing game and left the Rebels convinced of its actuality. pinnipg a 28-24 loss on UTA before a capacity Home- coming crowd. ACC's lim Lindsey picked the UTA defesse apart for 308 yards, connecting on 24 of 45 passes for the Wildcats. The Flebs intercepted four tries but were unable to halt the Wildcat attack when 'i counted as UTA dropped its fourtn straght home defeat, since the 1968 season, Mickey Eddleman turned in a stefa' pe'- formance for the Rebs, stealing three ACC aerials and falling on a fumble. STATISTICS UTA ACC 15 ..,.. ,,.... F irst Downs ...,.t 25 55 ..,....... Yards Rushing .L 103 160 .A...... Yards Passing ., 31B Passes 11 of28 Completed L, 24 of46 4 ...... Passes lntercepted by . , L 1 2 ,........... Fumbles Lost .. 2 Hints, 6 for 46. ,.No.. Avg. ,,..., 4 for 36.2 90 ........ Yards Penalized 50 FOOTBALL TF! 9324. X' . 4 Q - Llfi ' Safety Mickey Eddleman rushes in to aid teammate Ronnie Callaway in halting an Indian drive ASU won the SLC title with last quarter rally Sun Sets on Rebels: Indians Secure Title The Rebels traveled to Jonesboro to meet the Arkansas State Indians with the confer- ence title as the victor's prize. But the Rebels were not up to the task and fell 13-3 to the warring Indians. For the game, ASU stole six passes, had a fumble recovery and racked up 21 first downs as compared to UTA's 13. Once again UTA scored first and then lost out to an en- emy rally in the waning minutes. Butler's 42-yard field goal in the third pe- riod had given the Rebs the lead prior to ASU's comeback. STATISTICS UTA ASU 13 .. . .. i,.. First Downs ..,,..,. 21 98 . .,,... Yards Rushing ..,..... 199 163 . Yards Passing ,..... 62 Passes 11 of 35 . .. Completed ..., 5 of 18 1 P sses lnteroepted 6 0 ,,.. Fumbles Lost ..., 1 Punts, 6 for 32.8 No., Avg....8 for 37.0 75 .4.. Yards Penallzod . ...,... 35 FOOTBALL lo S w. 6 N -., 4- . - .1 VA .I 11-Q, . V -,L JC' 'sm 1,3 4- ' ' M M. .4 -"r LV", M T 4 1 sv ,N R :IQ A , . A 0+ r First-half hero Dave Taylor remains calm amid a strong pass rush. f"Q it 2 Billy Wray scoots past an off-balance Lamar Tech 're a Cardinals Annihilated Ry Reiuvenated Reb Offense 1 f sntirisrics j X at , 25 pa., ,..,e t .,,n Pi rstg 21 X 225 T ..... Q Yaris Rushing ,... s R97 196 sg,,.,... Yards A Passingys..,.,Q, g 15-31 Basses ...r ..n...s r 4134 Passes intercepted A 0 ..,f ,.... Q..'FElfl'lblBS'l-OSY 5.33,-1, ..i.A 1 .y.b, .. Punts 'sagzo g 15-148 5 'Yards Penalized ...y 4-40 N The scoreboard tells the story of the game. UTA ends the season on a winning note with players breaking several records in the process. Everyone knew the drought had to end sometime and, unfortunately for Lamar Tech. they happened to be on hand when Reb cloudbursts hit, UT Arlington set a new school scoring mark in blasting the Cards to the tune of 53-16. Sophomore quarterback Dave Taylor ig- nited a first-half surge which netted UTA a 30-O halftime lead. Taylor totaled 177 yards offensively in those initial periods and threw three TD passes. Running back Danny Griffin set a school record by scoring four times in the game on three passes from Taylor and a one-yard dive. The UTA secondary intercepted five passes and finished the season with a Rebel record of 32 thefts for the year. The record also ex- ceeded the conference standard. FOOTBALL ...ta 'O Mickey Eddie-man Qu Butler Heralds Post Season Honor Group Five UT Arlington football players were awarded the bulk of the post-season grid honors, headed by Skipper Butler who was named first-team all-conference offensively and defensively. He was also chosen to the Sporting News All-America team. Mickey Eddleman received first team all- conference selection as a defensive back. He was given honorable mention to the As- sociated Press All-America team. Danny Griffin and Trop Patridge were chosen first team all-conference at fullback and defensive end, respectively. Only one UTA junior, tackle Don Morrison, received honors on the all-conference list, selected to the first offensive team. . '40 7"'-mm , 3 :gag 41 is it ..,4 Q .5 , ' " bil . ,fi - ty-,aw . Don Morrison .ns-1 .3 . 1-5... .. .L 1- ,Jul at Skipper Butler 4. 'Sf-if . 230 Danny Griffin Troy Patridge FOOTBALL XXWNWWWWMWWNWMMX23 gg gif X Z v 4 A Yi if Q 514 P24 6 is lf Z4 52 iQ GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM. 1921 V X 25 153 iff Zig 534 if 322 5 4 A if if V BASKETBALL bv Q4 Q X Q gg A4 ik X4 if Xi if X4 XPEWPHDKDPQDEWMlPXlWP231W1MWDX5X4 Rebel Gunners Share Second Place in SLC In 1969 the Rebel basketbal teanw began orootgcfng results for Coach Barry Dowd's rogram ofintense recnnung and a dHHcuH game schedule. The Rebels played an exciting brand of ball which in easier years, would have produced a winner Butin l969.the Hkes of Bradkqm i-iotzston. Kansas State and other strong teams on the schedme resuhed in an 846 mark for the season. Twcvrnen who sparked the Hashy oHense which averaged 83.6 points per game were Sherman Evans and David Payne. Evans. an All-American Junior College transfer from St. Gregory fOkla.j JC was ramed to the All-Southland Conference first team and Payne was honored whh second team selection. The Rebels were 4-4 in conference play ...a good enoughrecordtogyvethem dawn toaimeceofsecondtiace -.1......b Sherman Evans Cleftj and David Payne frightl are UTA's all-SLC team members il gl' is 'Z .3 urn ., , , . c i lr" , an .Q ,," fflhfgfa... Y' s V " r' 1 Wei an - , . 'Nu' Q -rg-tggrj-N " g g ---A - -. P:.3t,.E!,,,H. f in ' i 4 1 t l 11 --... 6. w 'lifl Czech Barry Dowd dE'il!9VS a pre-game strategy talk to his men. Stiff competition made his job difficult during the 1970 season. 'P BASKETBALL 5g',1.u. -v"""""""""m' 'HMM -gnnub-4""""'4-'w kbip P tj' , 4' S Q ad' J Post man Dave Evans, a transfer from Murray State COklahomaj Junior College, reaches for a handle with which to ccr a e s - 3 K . f r l ,. Q, - - - - I AV A Q' N . is ir , i . . - -Q -V .Q . N ' I NT""-way, Sherman Evans paces a Lamar Tech guard on a steady drive toward the goal. Tech Sweeps Series Despite Rebel Rallies The UT Arlington Rebels opened Southland Conference play at home, meeting perennial power Lamar Tech. ln the early moments of the contest, the Rebels appeared to be out of luck, with the Cardinals leading by as many as 17 points. But a spirited come-back attempt brought UTA to within striking distance as the game entered the last part of the second half. However, the Rebs resorted to desperation shots which the Cards rebounded and con- verted into a safe margin, Lamar Tech won the contest 81-74. David Payne led UTA scorers with a 19- point production followed by Sherman Evans with 18 points and 15 rebounds. When the Rebs went to Beaumont to meet the Cardinals in the return match. UTA ap- parently had not improved as they lost the 90-69 decision. Payne and Evans once again led the attack: Bob Peek turned in a strong game also. BASKETBALL '- 5 Breaking by the defender, Herman Jones maneuvers for a shot at the Qoal. -I-E" Ever-hustiifg ebel David Payne looks to set up another potential UTA score BASKETBALL Rebels Lose l-lerei Defeat Tigers There Trinity University, ranked sixth in the small college polls, came to to-wn next and dropped UT Arlington 92-86 de-spite a last-half surge which gained the home team a temporary ti-e at one point. Herman Jones sank 29 points, his season high, and Sherman Evans netted 21 in his effort for the losing cause. At San Antonio it was a different story, with the Rebels coming back to earn a 89-82 win over the Tigers. David Wollenman led all scorers with 24 points. Trinity led at the half, but the Rebs knotted it several times in the las-t period before tak- ing the lead for keeps with 4:32 left in the see-saw b-attle. A long reach by Richard Huhn secures a Reb rebound fp A tremendous leap by Sherman Evans, often used this season in jump-ball situations, puts him equal to a taller Jurfoer Reb Split With ACC Gives Win at Home UT Arlington won its first Southland Co-n- ference victory of the season when Abilene Christian- College visited Texas Hall. The Rebels e-rupted for a season-high scor- ing total of 111 points, the Wildcats getting only 92. Bob Peek hit for 27 points, his best effort of the year. He was followed by David Payne with 22 points. Sherman Evans pulled down 16 rebounds in the game. Once again, however, UTA couldn't follow its winning home performance on the road and fell 82-79 at Abilene. The Rebels could not contain the Wildcats in the waning minutes and watched another close one get way. , :, ,,, -,.,-, 'raw tO La : t-, vxrw , F -' - 5 Herman Jones floats in mid-air before W' x Cin? 1G E: .IOPES-DEIG'f'EC -MC SSC1 BASKETBALL A Lamar Tech player pauses between three UTA men before attempting a field goalg the Cards bested the Rebs twice in conference play. Indians Fall Twice To Quintet of Rebs Arkansas State provided the Rebels with a rare sweep of the home and away series, with UT Arlington winning the opener at Jonesboro 71-69 and then taking a 90-85 win at Arlington. The game at Jonesboro was won by a com- bination of Sherman Evans' shooting and David Payne's play-making. lt was the first time UTA had ever won there. At Texas Hall, UT Arlington suffered a typi- cal shooting drouth in the first period, during which leading scorer Sherman Evans scored just six points. However, in the last half Evans warmed up and ended up with 24, leading the Rebels to a 90-85 come back win. David Wollenman sunk seven of the last 15 Reb points in helping to preserve the vic- tory. David Payne turned in another top ef- fort and finished the night with 19 points. BASKETBALL f I ' i BW 2 Bob Peek hauls down a rebound against nationally ranked Houston Cougars. Soph forward Mark Burden sends a left handed shot to ard the goal Sherman Evans' soft touch places a layup on the goals rim. Bebe Win B, Lose 16 Rebel 1969-70 Season Bradley .....,................................ L 67-107 S. Illinois ...... Houston ........ . ........ ................... ...... L 7 3-82 . ...... ..... L 70-88 SW Missouri ..... .... ...... W 85- 71 Baylor ........... ........ . ..L 79- 98 Arkansas .... .... ,...... .... L 7 3- 85 Tenn. Tech .... 92- 96 Tex. Wesleyan ....... ........ W 96- 70 Oklahoma St. ........ ......... L 53- 61 Kansas St. ....... ......... L 62- 67 Angelo St. ......... ........ W 62- 67 Missouri-Rolla ...... .. ........ L 64- 67 Lamar Tech ...... ,........ L 74- 81 Trinity U. ......,... ......... L 86- 92 Ab. Christian ....... .... ....,. W 1 11: 92 W. Tex- St. ....... ........ W 88- 84 W. Tex. St. ........ . ......... L 82-104 Arkansas St. ..... ........ W 71- 69 SW Missouri ........ ......... L 75- 96 Trinity U. ....... .... .,...... W 89- 82 Lamar Tech ....., ...... ..... L 6 9- 90 Ab. Christian ......., ......... L 79- 82 Houston ............ ......... L 84-102 Arkansas St. , ..... W 90- 85 BASKETBALL Basketball isn't always played in the air, as forward Fl C Cooper demonstrates ln fallmg for a loose ball poor ball control lost several games Nationally Ranked Houston Beats Rebels Twice L1 of N-s Herman Jones challenges an opponent for a rebound Head coach Barry Dowd instructs hls men before sendmg them unto the game BASKETBALL Reba Post 4-5 Home Mark: Win 4 of 1 5 Away 4 All-Conference selection Sherman Evans, whose average was 20.7 points a game, attempts to elude a Lamar Tech player. About the only ones not concentrating on the eventful game are a few youngsters in the stands who evidently prefer watching the cheerleaders. BASKETBALL An opponent tries to dodge between frosh defenders Lonnie Jones and Bill Burnettg the Rebel first-year men posted an 11-14 season record Freshmen Give Much Promise for Future 9649 P0524 A Nxxslif. ....,.-: f ? s f . 'LQ '- 'o rf' E 1' 172 . 3 f --....:".-'J- 5?-'-' H -. fm 'N Q 1? 9 , ,Wm Hi 5 x I j wfinm , X ' N 1,6 , X -' . Eyes on the ba R ward John Gilligan marks his man. Ain A 1 it BASKETBALL Bill Voegtle, who led UTA freshmen in scoring, goes up for a goal attempt PKHWNMXQWKQWINKGHQXQIXGWIXCZ bei bg 5,5 322 ff A ii Q A Lf X .X Pg bvi as P3 ARLINC?'IYYJku'I1Yg:?NEgIgLSCH00L be 224 A X PX ii X X 53 if 5 X5 22? X SWIMMING DAQ PX 5 PZ 5 V 5 4 V 6 Q 25 PA X X P174 X4 XCMNIXIMWINWWMWMNMWXX U--au,-ai .anvil nu A Q I I : Russell Rowe rs Rebs E qu V is . R aan, I OS To Fine 1 1-2-1 Mark 5 awixai s With Olympic Gold Medal winner Doug Russell back after a year's lay-off, UT Ar- lington posted a record of eleven dual meet wins, two losses and one tie. The two losses came from perennial South- west Conference power SMU and defending NCAA champ, Indiana. Four Rebels were named as All-Americans. Doug Russell, Steve Iverson, Warren Barry, and Randy Tucker received the coveted award this year. At the end of the school year Coach Don Easterling resigned to accept a position at North Carolina State University. Doug Rus- sell was named as his successor. Swimming Coach Don Easterling is flanked by Rebel co-captains Doug Russell fleftj and Al Pacheco Crightj. fri-ss .Yi 99' 'S I f"XI l ,, Ijfv Jef v.- - . 1. , .vt rs. .K ! .V -f' fn Juan? N ' . 'fu i "5 " ' Q - - .ii 1 Q "' ,.,, , , s--.. 4-' f 41 , Lrmij 4 gang.- gf-be-44' ' 1... d.L""' we -,sf A if A Q A - -'I s. I., - -A I ,,-my x-. . W .. .,, Q ,-of -1- G' : : an 'Wh ,,,?t.-5.iL,- :Q A ' ,Q wiv -- 7 sq, ' - ,,f , I if --' ' , . -,' 8 at, , w - -JJ: 'Q ' ' ' ' "" 'Dv' ' ' 7 g' 1 x -., so I - A23 xv r - 4 t np X ' , .ff .I , s 9-1 - " .., Q. -' K.. SWIMMING rv Y s.. ,JH an.: A Rebel tanker Con the insidej smoothly strokes the water in an aquatic duel, taking the lead by a head. i i I l l l l j Rebels Pin Losses Uh i i Kansas, Utah Tankers E Well 5e8U"5 i fl "2'l 3 l t E 33iili?rlRl.!.tkaJW75-38 Brigham Young Cal T 52-52 ',?' 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Ai L. u. 1 N N . in -'AQ -v, 1 ' -,a 8 N , is I N, . ' Xb Q QM , --.""1,f.. Vp Q 'nw ' ' ,204 , . jj abr - ,, , .' . . - ' R 425 A' N ' A K .si f 4' ,f .-, 1" 4-1 ' Olympian Doug Russell does what he does best, the butterfly. The versatile Russell clocked the team's best times in six different events. Eioiit Rebels Earn Slots in NCAA Competition Tl .,"kf12,QAi ' V ' Zi , 8 Z lv- Mt -'ww ISU t ..t. .. A 1 f'Uf,a,4 - . :gig ' ww.. Nw, 5? 1 ,rf 5 A ,I 4? ' 1 Vu '.. ' 1 Teammates render boisterous acclaim to a victorious Rebel swimmer, a scene repeated many times during the team's successful SGBSOU- 44 SWIMMING yur- im. 'vwmi i,,, J 4 W. ,r --ve: W- a t - K x Q. we W " x , , '1l"1vx r " W-1 V , o-' vm., 1 S fl 57 :22-' A , '- ' ' """a. , . , 3 '1 ..,....-infix... i , ,9!". L .fn ,-nw N 4,,..x4 A lb.. Caught only milliseconds aFter the gun has sounded, meet swfn"'e's head variously toward the .water Either leading comfortably or losing badly in a race, a lone butterfly stro- ker sets his gaze on the finish line. SWIMMING 0 The eight UTA swimmers who qualified for the NCAA swim meet are clockwise from bottom left: Steve Iverson, Warren Barry, Randy Tucker Craig Bennedict, Kyle Covington, Liam Ball, Bill Goudeket and Olym- pic champion Doug Russell. Rebel diver Rick Winters Iimbers up with a bounce on the diving board in preparation for an important meet. 6 SWIMMING Rebs Win Hendrix Relays Sweep 8 of I0 Events 5 t yfhwaing X ' Wiliam gm? z 4 mms lnaiiiliiiwww i :ww NWWWLT 1:- :AL 'z A i7x4mlXlDX?ll?V4l v V i A fxxxfxfxfx A Eli ZS X 5 4 li 52 I V A 5 Xi QQ 1 fi 3 I 3 EAS . GRUBBS TENNIS TEAM V A 5? X pg Q 74 pi ig 534 3 3 3 M X 4 PAC 'NOR SPORTS DX 4 2 bl? 3 55 X 74 574 3 9 bei 545 534 Pl? 5,5 52 V4 yillxllyv bv V V V v 5? fx A AQ AQKQMIAQKIIMIXQXQXQXQMQQQQ Baseball Team Records improved 10-18 Mark Coach Toni Beadey had ins hands fuH in 197O.rMaymg xwnh a remhvewiinexpenenced team in only its second year at UT Arlington, but managed to help it register a 10-18 season mark. Poor batting coupled with sporadic pitching were the main faultsg the team batted at a 217 clip while the pitching staff allowed a total of 220 hits in 28 games. l-lowever, two Rebels were named to the all- Southland Conference team, outfielder Joe lvlarsa and catcher Gene Merrell. is Asst. coach Sam West and team mentor Tom Beasley survey the scene 'r".ff'4',. xxx , -.- ... - ',, .. .., Y.. ..-J, .-,., .AL . F 'Ti --, ,f,1'L."".."I 'zijn -as 'QU A M263 A 3,-. 't ' ,Q 1. 'f"WT'r'A . .1 -ta ' 'ibfmif ga-.1 f-1-'.O'tf:'f:fC6 outfielder loe Massa, the second leading batter on the Rebel squad with a .260 batting average, squares off for a game bunt. BASEBALL .q.q,g.--,zur Q bbw- if i' Wu: H- ,-Q--- ,-- ve'-mi v-""'- -yt 7' 3 0"" 'mil .., 012'-1 uv-- -'- ' .K -- 1 vi A hfvh- 31" --, --.. --'V " ' ' "' " ' :Q I I 'i --7. I v-. me . I A 1 Y W 0 XSL iw- -'Q'-,p-, jluulilh U""'K " ' 3, ...F A I ga y Q E , 513531, SW" "' " ' ' Y ' -' its 1 I i ,,, ,W ,.,. ' mfr .... -. --- .--:Ju-- ls- L'ajir'w3,Y,,3,,h-v' 5. A jr- -1'7"'-P-"'.'. ..,. I vgjgl-tv-af r -- --Q45 mf . W ., 1f,5,1,.:1. -N- ,, , Steve Mitchell connects on an inside pitch in early-season game at Turnpike Stadium. A Rebel runner hurries to home plate as the catcher reaches for the throw. Massa, Merrell Earn All-League Plaudits BASEBALL 249 Rebels Knock Gif TCU 8-7 "ls"...lLI" r'iIC -.- 'f -'O-', 4. Hurler Jimmy Stewart draws back to deliver a pitch. A that a Reb double play has just ended the inning --....,.,, l -...., E iv , u 1 'I 1 1 rica's ,ost able 3' DTV A's if Ysgq, University of Dallas runner is unaware of the fact '-v BASEBALL Will he make it? A West Texas runner dives for first base as the ball hovers beside his heady he did reach base. ,Qdaukh 0 5 - ll An opposing pitcher tries a pick-off play on Rebel base runner Joe Massa, whose ten base thefts were tops for UTAg opponents heisted 63 bases. Rebs Suffer From Poor Hitting Mark v """'-u- f in -M. "Q ?"'...4 ' i' .t H,'m:'giA . . ""W'f' 'A 'U - "' ' M A--B 1' Ronnie Green races to beat an infield toss. Baseball is a waiting game, learns a Rebel batter awaiting a shoulder-high pitch. BASEBALL 25 L Reb Thinclads Race To Successful Year Coach Bobby Layne's thinclads registered one of their best seasons in 1970, winning one meet Hmshmg second Hifoun thwd m two and ending in fourth place in the confer- ence meet with an all-time high of 51 V2 points. DeeWayne Gray set all-school standards in the triple jump C45-73143 and the long jump f244NQy the muer msc a SouHHand Con- ference record. Versatile Al Kraft led the team in total points, gaining 84314 from finishes in the high hunp Un vdnch he Ned the schoolrecord of 6-75 and the javelin throw, setting a school record in that event of 223-695. UTA SCHOOL TRACK RECORDS BROKEN IN NWO Eddie Anderson, 54-1 in shot Al Kraft, 223-6V2 in javelin DeeWayne Cray, 24-OM, in long jump DeeWayne Gray, 45-735 in triple jump UTA SCHOOL TRACK RECORDS TIED IN NWO Al Kraft, 6-7 in high jump 1 J TRACK 1.5-f ' ,WML .. - on - 1' 'Q - A "' 0 ' Q wt : is fl I ' 1 Typically bad weather blighted the annual Arlington Relays held at the UTA track, creating a muddy scene like this one in which dash man limmy Ivy sloshes toward the tape. UTA placed fifth in the meet. vibe T, W--' I Gray s Leap Sets Southland fi' i 2 Conference Long Jump Mark A Y , P c1'1l'Lq'WQf G35 Weightmen Larry Black, Don Morrison and Eddie Anderson placed consistently. Leaper DeeWayne Gray set two school marks in 1970. TRACK 253 'X Q is E 2 'Q 1970 University of Texas at Arlington golf team: Cfront row from leftj Mark Young, Mike Nadner, Richard Parker and Steve Kimball fBack row from leftj Tommy Williams, Coach Tom Tinker, Garry Wolff, and Steve Hendon. The Rebels registered a 2-4 record in duel matches in 1970 Rebs No. 2 at SLC The UT Arlington golf team, led by Garry Wolff's strong play, notched a 2-4 duel meet record and finished second in the Southland Conference meet. Wolff became the first UT Arlington golfer ever chosen to play in the NCAA tournament. Top Rebel golfer Garry Wolff lines up a putt. He was invited to the NCAA tourney. GOLF umuft, .1 rw- .vps-5 ,i.,5.,' H ,, f.,-. . lf" . .. 1 f ,M .sf a HY I 5. ' '.f -1 ..af,',.' ,fy-s"'x mv.:-1'-' 4 M . 4 .ML If Wolff Gets NCAA Invite , Match Results Abilene Christian ..... ...... W 15V2-W East Texas State ,........ ....... L 4-12 Bemidji fMinn.J State .... .....,. W 12- 7 6-15 3-15 8-10 5-13 3-12 SMU ........................... ...... L North Texas State ..... ...... L Texas Wesleyan ..., ....., L Texas Wesleyan .... ...... L East Texas State .... ...... L ,- ' we M62 Eying the fairway, a Fieb golfer concentrates prior to teeing off. ., -,. 2 txxq lg eetr y ev G 1 I 5 ' r V . .-i ,eff - ig: , Q- i M5 A xg-ffl f X 2 -. Q XI if - siege N, x' - L -. . x 9- QF -" aeamsoutbwestem Beoaeataifoat Wee 'i.aw?f'Sra ,--V - ff Qt f x 'M s T we fc - q -2 , x V EX- laimdtationai af is a t 5 5 5 f J X 1 W T r 1 f 191 f 2ff'Ni.i if: 1 J X X ti: ' X f " ' Q A XV - ,x ' g2, vL.L ,ails , 5 tex, b ,Q 3 ' svzi,g'EQE west-g"Q4,,, -'. Vw -Q , I -.v f , f JSM. ' il' 05 Ya k x x , ,,.. V 1 igwiihlaiid Coriferenbel Wiggins 1.:, Q " ' 5 i X V e. t , L af -1', ,g-,QL X-,' avfsgx , 5,1 f ex, 'Lf A -V.. y 1 -1 : ' z , K V , K Q 2 .3 Q totaiefor 'I2holes If -w":ft '1' '-azoaldziwtzzwi'Li't"?saYwa:4.,.,a:.'ii.zx H K J . , , , LX ,z . . 'K I , 5 fftfrqfi si Tommy Williams grimaces as a putt strays from its intended p athway. GOLF Q N' xi x Q? A?li-Xalan 'L , . v I fi ,Iv A ..,hi.i,-5 1,5 1970 University of Texas at Arlington tennis team: Cfront row from Ieftj David Fee, Craig Williams and Mike Terlesky. CBack row from lefty Allen Brock, Robert Trice, Brett Malott, Stan Hemmeline and Coach Bill Roark. Malott was the top seed for the Rebels. 10001 Rebels Win Just Une as Match in '70 Season Lacking in outstanding personnel and choked by an almost non-existent budget, the UT Arlington tennis team struggled through a disastrous 1-17-2 dual notch record in 1970, the worst showing in recent years. Individual statistics weren't much better: Singles Won Lost Allen Brock ...... .... 4 13 Brett Malott ,.,.,. .... 5 17 David Fee ....... .... 4 18 Craig Williams ..... .... 1 20 Stan Hemmeline ....... .... 0 3 Lrsscxgngragflgg Mike Teriesky .,.., ..,. o 9 'GSW ffom in- g g clement weather. TENNIS , , 1 grep: qu. 32. S '-ul If Af' Ani a ' .17 V .1 t.t , ya.-.a. Harold Darling breaks away with the ball, wing Ron Kent running on his left UTA Soccer Players Meet l-lard Schedule FWaymg forthe second yearin the Texas CoHegHne SoccerLeagueiNhmhincMdes'JT AusUn,lJmversHy of Housuwm Texas AZlA TnnHy,'TCLL Texas Tech,FNce, St rAarfs University and Schreiner Institute, the UT Arlington men performed respectablf, play- ing essenHaHy a nauve-born teani agmnst mostly-foreign teams. Rodney Aclfer cap- tmnedtheteanm 33,531-evil! 'S Sf rg S , t , 4, I X 'l fx. 'S XX +6-gin' ' A' . 32. E, ...A ,u. - 'VA--' -- . ,, ..,,A .A -'lurcg -A 14.4 v- .. ... 5 - g'?-421.1 . .FL 2 f j . . .. 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P3 A CARLISLE FOOTBALL PLAYERS Q DX bg if gg 74 4 Q 9 A 3 524 5134 PQ X X4 INTRAMURAL SPORTS PTS Z4 5 DZ? 5 V4 Z4 X Z 74 E 9' R Pg A X4 P73 XCXIMIXIMMMMWMIXIXIWXIXIIXX Intramural Program Attracts Many Players The Intramural Department, with its free- play program and org-anized league competi- tion, once again provided- an outlet for athletic activity for thousands of students and faculty. More than 18,000 people availed the-m- selves of the department facilities in 1970, which were offered for use six days a week. Thirteen men were honored with intra- mural Ietters this year. Intramural Athlete of the Year was Fred Bollinger. Also lettering were Alan Lambert, Stanley Poyner, Jim Gun- ter, Iames Guay, DeWitt Easterling, Marvin Scott, Flodney Acker, Steve Kirchem, Mike Cole, Gary Eastwood, Mike Thweat and Den- nis Doris. A novice attempts a field-goal in one of the intramural departments indi- vidual activities, in ' -z. AIN!-I uw- H, M?" ,gy Intramural football, one of the most popular if not most spirited sports offered, provokes considerable effort like this from competitors. INTFRAMURALS I .. H Soccer. an intramural sport which was first introduced three years ago, has become a popular annual activity which attracts many young men to :ry the: hand at this first cousin to American football. Some of the action of a game between Kappa Sigma and Delta Upsilon includes a drop- bail Qleftj. a foot race fcenterl and a tackle Crightj. This year a marked improvement in the player's skill was evident, indicating that the sport is catching on with many athletes. Delta Tau Delta Wins Basketball Title H Phi Delta Theta volleyball players anticipate a spike by a member of the opposing team during the championship playoff game. INTRAMURALS Football Remains Most Popular Intramural Sport -41 4 Q., L,.,g,. . "W ' to--Af . 1 1 , , NO --as .., W, 'lv"M"T ..- .wx 4 H. M . ' 4' - Q4. ' ' Q -sv . 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J 0, sr, t Mk X v 'Q , 3, ,Sn , fini' iv 1, 4 ' ' X :F l 4 " , .hes 1 'kts . W1 Q 0 ,:af,.W'f'Z.n"f v . , vi , iv- . x. 2 ,,i'g,..Asin-fsbig 5, ...., 5 - - +P-fer: Q 1-'t""f...""t' Q gr, - Y' ' ... to , nl-3 K ,Ag".':J-. .G -Inq., . Q N4 'r Y' X' .ez 'Bf'fQ"-: Quarterback Bill McClinton barely gets the pass away in the face of a strong rush thrown by a towering defender. INTFKAMURALS 'fl' ii kil51lii.l"7': f if 4? , lk?- me Rusty Vaden of Phi Delta Theta makes a play during a volleyball game. The Phi Delts won the school championship. A girls' softball game can be hazardous, as this scene suggests. H Lg, -JS 3 a .... mms 5 ,, EB f .. 1 Q v . A hard pass rush by Kappa Sigma's Ronnie Walton fails to stop Delta Tau Delta's limmy Beggs from getting his pass away. The Delts won. 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U 0 I , "' ?'h'g5'.' aka' - ,-A'.:',,, , ' 'Q lg ff A f 0lYf'!'9. 5 .Q lv-H'--r fc .9 -sl 11 1 G 1 1- . 1 ' r"' ' X' I b 1' V. 0 'E -vw 'Iliff' 1, . -.-- N M7 ,, . ..?kg..:.. dx W ,, X 'Ti' Regents Guide UT System Through Academic Year UT Arlington is under the University of Texas System which has one Board of Re- gents. These men approve and authorize the major policies of the UT universities which include the approval of degrees to be granted by the schools, the buying of land, the au- thorization of new projects, and the appro- priation of money to areas of development. This year has seen many new programs established by the Regents, the major one being a new calendar for the fall at Arlington. Under the new calendar, classes start in August and run to December, start again in January and run to early May. Many other universities have this "common" calendar, and it is anticipated to be successful here due to the many students who have jobs ove-r the Christmas holiday break. 1,-5,4 ilu Chairman Vice-Chairman Frank C. Erwin. lr lack D. losey W, H. Bauer Jenkins Garrett Frank N lkard Regent Regent Regent WWW .- Q' ' ics. o 'R s 40- -..- 5. Joe Kilgore John Peace Dan C. Williams E. T. Ximenes 999'-WT Regent Regent Regent ADMINISTRATION Harry Ransom, Chancellor Also among the Regents' affairs this year was the authorization to establish a social work teaching laboratory at Arlington called the Arlington Institute. It is a project that is unique in this part of Texas and has stim- ulated interest in social work and its applica- tions in this area. The Institute is a graduate school which originally opened in 1968, but until this year had no buildings of its own. They received the Ousley Junior High School Crenam-ed Cooper Centerj as their classroom and research complex. Dr. Fernando G. Tor- gerson is the head of the Graduate School of Social Work. He was appointed three years ago, with the job of getting th-e project started. 1 1-Iii' l I. 'T-sz. ,t-. -,. Dr. Frank Harrison President of UT Arlington Regents Elect Frank Harrison UT Arlington Head After serving as acting President of UT Arlington for nine months, Dr. Frank Harrison took office as official head of the University on July 1, 1969. At that time, Dr. Harry Ransom said that Dr. Harrison brings with him- a keen under- standing of the needs of the area the Uni- versity serves. Dr. Harrison also brings terminal degrees in chemistry and neurology and several years experience as Associate Dean of Graduate Studies at UT Arlington with him to the presi- dency of the school. In addition, Dr. Harrison has designed and directed a Medical Electron Lab at the Uni- versity of Tennessee, and has organized one at UT Southwest Medical School. During his service as Associate Dean, UT Arlington increased from a university of six graduate degrees to one of 16 masters de- grees and a doctorate in Engineering. Directly responsible to Dr. Harrison are the Vice-Presidents, Dean of Student Life, Dean of Student Administration, Director of Ath- Ietics, Development Officer, and Director of, Information and Publicity. Dr. Harrison stops to consult with his personal secretary, Mrs. Marne Deeri'-gt ADMINISTRATION ' 2 NT if 251 Yo A U ' ., l al l '75 , . i n. ..'!,l , ""' X XM., Robert Price Vice-President for Business Affairs Affairs Supervised By Vice-Presidents Directly assisting Dr. Frank Harrison are Dr. VV. H. Nedderman, Vice-President for Academic Affairs, and Robert B. Price, Vice- President for Business Affairs. Dr. Nedderrnan works with the Dean of each of the respective schools and the Uni- versity Librarian. He also supervises the Director of the School of Social Work, the Director of Con- tinuing Education, and the Director of the ln- stitute of Urban Studies. Mr. Price oversees the Budget and Reports Officer, the Director of Procedure and ln- ternal Audit, the Business Manager, the Di- rector of Personnel, the Director of the Physi- cal Plant, the Director of Student Health Ser- vice. the Chief of Traffic and Security, and the Director of Housing and Student Center Facilities. ADMINISTRATION Dr. Wendell H. Nedderman Vice-President of Academic Affairs Publications Officials Keep Public Informed .l'?"" Richard Yantis Editor of Official Publications sf' ' Ken Whitt Information and Publications Director Ken Roselle Information Writer Working together to supply UT Arlington with official publicity are Ken Whitt, Informa- tion and Publications Directorg Richard Yan- tis, Editor of Official Publications: and Ken Roselle, information writer. Whitt, a graduate of East Texas State Uni- versity, supplies the mass media with news releases and official publications of the uni- versity and its continuing progress. Thousands of UT Arlington pamphlets. class schedules, and catalogs, including their com- position and distribution, come under the di- rection of Yantis, a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. New to the Department of Information staff this year is Roselle, a former Reveille Edi- tor and photographer. I-Ie assists as an infor- mation writer and photographer and helps produce catalogs and bulletins. Roselle has also been honored in Who's Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities. ADMINISTRATION Kent Gardner Assistant Dean of Student Life ...H Fred C. Reagan Assistant Dean of Student Life Deans Regulate UT Arlington Student Life Supervising and counseling students in non-academic areas of student activities fall under the responsibilities of the Deans of Student Lite. Assistant Dean of Student Life Kent Gard- ner co-ordinates policies and decisions of stu- dent nousing, and serves as advisor of Inter- Fraternity Council and Inter-Dorm Council. Also sponsoring the Inter-Dorm Council is Associate Dean of Student Life Ruth Crary, who serves as Pannellenic sponsor and as Foreign student advisor. ln addition to serving as discipline co-ordi- nator lzetween students and faculty, Associate Dean of Student Life Fred Reagan is in charge of financial and parking liaisons. Ruth M Crary Associate Dean of Stude ADMINISTRATION nt Life Heading the responsibilities of the student life department is Dean Charles McDowell, who supervises the Director of Placement and Financial Aids, Editor of Student Publications, Director of Women's Residence, Director Stu- dent Activities, and the Student Counseling Dormitory Supervisory. New to the Student Life Department this year, Associate Dean of Student Life Fieby Cary regulates special projects, especially those involving the university's black stu- dents. He is sponsor of the new Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. Responsible for all student publications from the administration's point of view, Stu- dent Publications Editor Ernest Leister gives special attention to the Reveille, the Short- horn, and the Arlington Fleview, as well as student publications such as those produced by the Student Activities Board. x M , K X gf' x x . K as IF' k ..,.,....,., , Ernest Leister Editor of Student Publications Reby Cary Associate Dean of Student Life Directors Handle Business Affairs of School From the time a high school student first takes his SAT test. many university officials are guiding his way through school. Director of Testing and Counseling William Karraker helps get the student started on his road to a higher education. Then Frank M. Cault, Student Counselor, and Frank Yates. Director of Placement and Student Financial Aid, come into action as they assist in maintaining the student on his road to a degree. Helping to keep student and university affairs in line are A. L. Von Bosenberg, Busi- ness Manager Marion Jacobs, Director of Financial Affairs, Carroll Sheffield, Assistant Business Manager, and Louise Crider, Bur- sar for the university. Besidence supervision is provided by Housing Director Pat Fowler. He is assisted by Don Beckner and Fred Hunstable who oversee the Fiesidence Halls, including Brazos House, Pachl Hall, and Trinity House for men and Lipscomb for women. Mrs. Louise Crider Bursar "X, N A RRS at .F -is wi i I. X f ...,.........-r i an-.. ' 4 52241. '1 vnu-ig A. L. Von Rosenberg Frank Yates M8I'i0f1 Jacobs Business Manager Director of Placement Placement and Associate and Student Financial Aid Director of Financial Affairs ADMlNlSTBATlON H9 G .. W. tg U is ka. i Dr. William Karraker Frank Gault Carroll Sheffield Director of Testing and Counseling Student Counselor Assistant Busness Manager is ix Fred Hunstable, Pat Fowler, Don Beckner Housing Directors KX 1 idx ADMINISTRATION . DSA M x ma 1. KX -. ,, , ,.,....,--1 ........1--:v K w x, 3 144 sian i it 1: 4 1 I H in - Dl 4 Z 3, 4 ,A li. 4 Q 1 Ln' lu. 'Q Rufus Taylor Security Chief Maintaining the campus and its activities falls into the responsibilites of several university personnel. Overseeng traffic violations and the "law and order" of the campus is Bufus Taylor, Chief of Traffic and Security services. Weldon Brewster, Dean of Student Ad- ministration, handles changes in majors, stu- dent attendance, withdrawals, and problems in academic status. In charge of the up keep of all grounds and buildings is Everett E. Strahan, who also oversees campus construction. Sports releases and athletic brochures are handled by William "Dub" Brown. Mary Swisher serves as Associate Librar- ian, and Student Activities Director Carolyn Waddell supervises the registration of stu- dent social events and programming. ADMINISTRATION Weldon Brewster Dean of Student Administration Numerous Personnel Necessary To Keep University Functioning by .M Everett Strahan Director of Physical Plant 'Q .-- iv faq, 5. -I. UI on I 1 "'..-an , tf x YW- vu William Brown Director of Sports Information f Q eww I if , 2 I 5 w i' ix ' I 2, ' ' ,fan T411 g n ' I Idsf I' ,arf ,vi x gil X af' il i h . A 1 ii. in 'Y as .po- ,.-. -1- -J - 4 .,, .- .,,, Mary Swisher Associate Librarian ef Mrs. Carolyn Waddell Student Activities Director ADMINISTRATION l-lealth Center Physicians Render Medical Aid At the Student Health Center, Drs. Galen Steeg. Frank Wallace. and limmy Dearing gixe necessary treatments to all regularly enrolled students. At the same time, Nursing Supervisor luanita Turner is ever ready to assist when students require medical aid. included are laboratory tests, x-ray studies, immunizations, physical therapy, care of in- juries. and continuation of treatment pre- scribed by the student's home physician. The Health Center can also provide brief hospitalization and flu shots for students. W v 5.3, -N4 2 ,ie ns-,Q 5 K xX 'Q Mrs. Juanita Turner Nursing Services Supervisor ADMlNlSTFlATlON S? F? is Dr. Frank Wallace Physician Q. R an ff: i aw if nn-?""""""' Dr. Galen Steeg Physician X. ADMINISTRATION 277 Registrars Dffer In order to obtain admission into UT Arlington. prospective students must deal with Elwood I. Preiss, Registrar and Director of Admissions. and R. Zach Prince, Assistant Director of Admissions. The office of the Registrar also handles transfers. class schedules, changes of ad- dress. grade reports, and information con- cerning degrees. Handling University personnel affairs are Director of Personnel Russell L. Bayne, Jr. and Personnel Representative Cyril Washer. Keeping records of all campus employees is the responsibility of the Personnel Office. Aid to Enrolling Students R. Zack Prince Assistant Director of Admissions ADMINISTRATION Paul Strong, Kenneth Thomas, Darwin Stevenson Assistant Registrars lu Elwood Preiss Registrar and Director of Admissions Russ Bayne Jr. , Director of Personnel A ll 3 ,Q C' G A ...... -1',,.,. Q Q ' "Q is 35 0 A3-v Q if 'P f M1 9 1 Cyril Washer Personnel Representative ADMINISTRATION S 45 Personnel Work for ' L , Students' Welfare f X Q l ,Q " l lfl i 9+--,iw fi, . f Qi: 1,, of Sify? , 'gh' A .liter Mft .. .,, . i ' if-" :S b- Within the Student Center Building, a world of many phases takes shape, and close ,. management of each individual part is always Norman Weaver Data Processing Manager 1 , X .Y , Q 1 ' 8 5 xx -'u' 5 , --f -'Y l l , ' - ' xx' l er KW in - g.-,,,.- ,K-"'.. - "No A ADMINISTRATION "'s.... 'ru-. f l if wi' ks required. Larry D. Minor, Retail Store Manager, secures supplies for the exchange store and oversees the efficiency of the service. Maintaining the quality of the campus food is the responsibility of Food Service Director Mrs. Hazel Smith. Mrs. Smith is also in charge of planning and preparing menus of food for 2,000-3,000 students per day as well as buying that amount of food. Data Processing Director is Norman Weaver, who supervises programming sys- tems and operations for data processing. He also takes charge of student records of ac- counting. rw iq: Larry Minor Retail Store Manager Mrs. Hazel Smith Food Service Director gg X Wg Ai L4 XQXQWVQVQB' V V 514 A A AQWMMMMWQW X, A A A QDA V 2274 A A 4255 Af VV... Pg ' V gg Z 53 Q . V Q91 '7 A 534 DAQ 5V ag 5 Q7 FIRST FACULT 5434 Y OF CMA- 1902 if 4 2:2 P? W 25 A V X4 FACULTY 35 74 34 A V X 5 PX g X 6 574 Q Pg 52 O, v V A A if EV ff The School of Business Administration was established in 1965 when it was elevated from a Division of Business and Economics in the School of Arts and Sciences. There are three major degree programs. The first is the Bach- elor of Business Administration degree, with a subject area concentration option in Fi- nance, Management, Marketing or Economics. There is also a quantitative option available. The BBA fAccountingJ degree provides a maximum 24-semester hour concentration in accounting. The BA CEconomicsJ is the tradi- tional liberal arts degree, oriented toward careers in teaching and research, govern- ment, or business and industry. There are two pre-law programs, one in business and one in economics. These are both three-year programs, and the student transfers to a school of law for his fourth year. When the first year at an accredited school of law is completed, the BBA or BA fEconomicsJ is awarded. The School of Business Administration was the first to undertake a complete Honors Pro- gram to challenge its superior students. lt also offers graduate programs to those stu- dents who wish to continue their education beyond college. A .X i i i 5 1 .D-. gx '3 7,,a" 'M I , I ,f,ij'F' is ,, Accounting and Business Focus on Principles The Departments of Accounting and Busi- ness Administration explore the norld of technical business procedures. Accounting instructs its students in the methods of keep- ing books, computer techniques and federal income tax procedures. Business Adrninstra- tion handles business, finance, management and marketing courses. The departments strive to prepare the individual with the lans. statistics, computer language and policies of general business today. ln finance, infest- ments, securities and financial management are taught to develop the overall business management scheme which is interrelated with marketing and management. Manage- ment explains the best procedures for the organization of a company's manpower and materials to promote the best results, ln mar- keting, emphasis is placed on the techniques of selling, promotion and research. .56 'Wits f- :A A ' 5 kt e-4 Q- 1 D Bryant returns test papers and explains common errors for the class. FACULTY 283 Economic structure is developed and explained by numerous charts and graphs in the lecture classes of the departmental faculty Economics Classes Investigate Fiscal Policies The Department of Economics teaches the principles of national wealth and its uses- economy, Instructors strive to involve the student with the entire scheme of economy. On local, national, private and p-ublic levels, the professors attempt to acquaint the stu- dent with the correct practices and normal trends of accumulation. Old methods, past history and new ideas are explored as econ- omists explain and lecture to their students on fiscal policies, money and banking. Dr. loan McCrea Dr. Asit Sarkar Dr. Lawrence F. Ziegler 8 FACULTY Paul Bartlett, lr. Dr. lohn McCall The School of Engineering was organized in 1959 when The University of Texas at Ar- lington Cthen Arlington State Collegej was advanced to senior college status. Programs leading to the bachelor of science degree are offered in aerospace, civil, electrical. indus- trial and mechanical engineering. All bach- elor's degrees in engineering are accredited by the Engineers' Council for Professional Development. A two-year program is afail- able for pre-engineering degrees in chemical, petroleum and geological engineering. The Dean of Engineering also has administrative responsibility for the Technical Institute Divi- sion which offers two-year terminal engineer- ing technology programs. There are graduate programs offered at UT Arlington in civil, electrical, industrial and mechanical engineering. There is also a grad- uate degree in engineering mechanics. The School of Engineering offers the interested student a chance to further his education as far as he may like. Radio and TV laboratories are under the direction of the School of Engineering. FACULTY Department Dffers ln Depth Specialization The Department of Aerospace and Me- chanical Engineering, which is accredited un- der the Engineers' Council, offers a variety of courses in the two fields. The various technical aspects of air flight, such as structures, propulsion, stability and controls. are explained in aerospace engineer- ing courses. While a basic background is de- manded in engineering, specialized courses are equally required. The department was re- cently approved by the Board of Regents to offer a master's degree in the field of aero- space engineering. Mechanical engineering, which is used in all fields, is concerned with the design and development of many products, manufactur- ing methods and power. Instruction in this field places emphasis upon machine design, thermodynamics, power and systems and their controls. www. S , 3, , mmm fa ,img ,t ng! R f 1 . Q . gg, ca- , .N . af - -A Q --er , . 1 r r . ' . , J X., 5 Q' A Q b b F 'V 9, .ll rx 5 'fa 'J r 1 G. E. Smith, Assistant Dea Engineering Dr. J. Stanovsky nof X t- Q - , Q . , S Jack Fairchild FACULTY our ' by 1 i 4- 1 A fl Two aerospace students make use of the depart- ment's wind tunnel to study the effects of lift and drag on the airspeed of a plane. Dr. James E. Caffey Clifton W. Crenshaw Grover C. Grubb Albert S. King Frank M. Smith, lr. Dr. Richard L. Tucker, Associate Dean of Engineering .L l vu-333. I . t Lf- fliffva' 1 Q-D jani- Civil Engineering Encompasses lVlany Fields The Department of Civil Engineering is con- cerned with the development of general en- gineers who are specialized in a particular field. Basic engineering is taught to form a foundation and then civil engineering is in- troduced. There are numerous forms of civil engineering, among them structural engineer- ing, water supply and sanitation engineering, municipal engineering, hydraulic engineering. transportation and highway engineering, and soils and foundation engineering. Because of the wide variety of engineering fields under this department, the curriculum is broadly based to aid all of its students. Specialization is programmed for the senior year, allowing the student tc declare his particular field. Professors review the results of a soil-testing laboratory. FACULTY 8 Electrical Engineering Field Offers Specialties The Department of Electrical Engineering begins its curriculum with foundation courses in mathematics and science. When a firm basic knowledge is developed, core studies in electromagnetic fields and linear and non- linear analysis are taken. Through the selec- tion of technical electives, students can spe- cialize in certain fields of electrical engineer- ing such as power systems, electronics, serv- omechanism and systems analysis. The ma- jor emphasis on electrical circuits is covered in lecture and in laboratory classes. A field with interest for many students is electronics. The field is enlarging every day with the new electrical machines, computers and home appliances that are being used. The labs in the department, ever conscious of the increase, constantly change their tech- niques and approaches to the field. New cir- cuit diagrams, lab problems and technical data are being prepared daily. 'Sex' Dr. lack Fitzer "-N lohn M. Goodwin Dr. lohn W. McConnell FACULTY ' sf. An electrical engineering student checks equipment before running lab tests A S fl-an I 1 l I i I Diagramming mechanics prob- '1 , 4 is lems absorbs one students " complete concentration, Engineering Mechanics Utilize Physical Forces The Department of Engineering Mechanics teaches fundamental service courses that are needed in many fields of engineering. ln ad- dition, the department teaches advanced courses in mechanics to those students who desire an increased knowledge. The curric- ulum is concerned with external forces act- ing upon physical bodies and the motions these forces cause. Also the distribution and strength of internal forces caused by the external forces is explored. Among courses offered are dynamics, vibration and statics. Xu 3 i if ' l 5. fi' X fc A Dr. Kent L. Lawrence Dr. Nils Myklestad , Monitoring an oscilloscope sceren plays a part in ' the lab work of some electrical engineering courses. FACULTY 89 Department Emphasizes Analytical Problems The Industrial Engineering Department de- signed its curriculum to place emphasis on analytical and engineering aspects of the pro- tession, The curriculum is accredited by the Engineers' Council for Professional Develop- ment. as is the entire school. Building on a base of fundamental engineering courses with a strong mathematical core, the advanced courses in operation research, human factors, production measurement. computer science, systems design and control theory are in- tended to prepare the student to enter the professional activities of analyzing, designing, improving and controlling production systems. , . . fl ' ' , 4 .41 , Mir . - .ls 'V ,l. at . ix - nl: .,, M K ' Q-akf.. va. A 'metre arg 'eff ',',de'fz Hatch their professor as he diagrams and explains technical problems during an advanced drafting class FACULTY ,....-.nz-nun CSCI' oi: - "cc fOCfB FIU! 'tremor 0 SIGN ON THE LOG A V fm -- XXXXX ft. Q ' 1 . v ' Automation takes over when a by itself, the computer analyzes and prints out data programs Computer Science Assists in Solving Problems A student inserts his data cards into the card reader for printed results. Computer Science is a section of the ln- dustrial Engineering Department, under whom its courses are administered. The courses are designed to aid the student in solving his problems using computers and to provide the necesary courses for the student who wishes to enter the computing profession There are 27 hours of computing classes offered for those who wish to receive a minor in the field of computer science. All of the courses are laboratory courses, and the student is allowed to run his own programs on two of the com- puters. . K! X QQ? Quin Shepperd FACULTY 29 Division Gffers Tvvo-Year Technical Programs There are fourtechnmal dnnmons in the Technical Institute: aeronautical, civil, electri- caland mechanmaltechnmogy.C2owse con- tent in each area is carefully selected to en- sure thatthe student upon graduaUon,xNH be awe to be successfuHy enudoyed in hm major field. The curriculum is accrediated un- derthe Engmeemi Counmlfor Pnfesmonal Development. The two-year programs are designed to qualify students for immediate enunoymentin indusuy 'Those successfuHy completing their courses receive an Associate in Scmnce degree 1 X industrial technology teaches students the how and why of its applications. Running machinery is a task that tech- nology students must master for a degree. FACULTY Edard L. Bost Curtise Clegg, lr. Edmond H. Ford, Head of Technical Institute Division i"7""':s mr' -his-'Y' 'Ly F 5 A Division Prepares Professional Technologists The Technical Institute Division designed its courses to prepare young men and women for employment in industry as technicians. Technicians are the link between the engineer and the production department. They are in- dispensible to industry and usually five to eight technicians are needed for every en- gineer employed. They do the jobs of work- ing in designs, developing engineering plans. drafting, erecting and commissioning en- gineering equipment or structures. testing equipment, surveying, maintaining machinery and locating faults, and researching and de- veloping products. The field demands experi- ence and knowledge of a particular branch of engineering combined with the ability to work out the details of a job. FACULTY 9 , Y ifxvff. . fl yer. if 1 ilia- I Ask ,fig Q G ' ' f l l ' X af The School of Liberal Arts includes thirteen departments. Ten of these offer the bach- elor's degree: architecture, art, English, for- eign language, government, history and phil- osophy, music, psychology, sociology, and speech-drama. The English Department also offers a minor in journalism. The Psychology Department includes an education section offering courses leading to certification in specified areas for teaching in the secondary schools of Texas. Liberal Arts degrees provide not only pro- fessional training, but a widening sense of the importance of such knowledge in life today. Graduate degrees are offered in English, history, psychology, and social work, under a different school. The Liberal Arts program becomes larger each year as more graduate programs are added. . -y- SS Q' If I 1,'. If K : , . , Q V l K I lp ,, Y -I, ' f 5 X f " -tg, 'T A I ,-,,. P ' 1 K x 'X 5 A I We iii ! 'W l. Art students ll liberal arts students are encouraged to use their creative talents as one young persons does in this natural sculpture. l lntrfraternity Council sponsor Kent Gardner looks over the 'Peter' Ty Czfyf designed by architecture students and displayed in the eng ree"g :. dz'-g Architectural Department Expands This Year The Department of Architecture has ex- panded to a degree-granting department in the School of Liberal Arts. The department was started in 1948 as a division of the Civil Engineering Department with a two-year pro- gram which was part of a five-year program for a degree. ln September of this year they offered a new four-year degree plan leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science. The third-year courses were introduced in the fall of 1969, while the fourth-year courses will be introduced in the fall of 1970. A proposed fraternity house deslgned in the archte class project is exhibited on the sixth floor of the Tib aw FACULTY Art Department Develops Creative Talents The Department of Art offers in its cur- riculum courses that allow a student to choose an area of concentration from the areas of advertising design, art education, fashion il- lustration, interior design, painting and sculp- ture. When degree requirements have been met. the student receives a Bachelor of Fine Arts degee. The department exhibits student work, and each art major must meet the re- quirement of having work accepted by a fac- ulty jury for a qualifying exhibition in his jun- ior or senior year. The option to receive a teacher's certificate is also available. A young art student slfetches the UT Arlington campus mall FACULTY Education Department Trains Future Teachers The Department of Education offers a pro- gram of instruction suitable to qualify its graduates, in selected majors, for certifica- tion to teach in the secondary schools of Texas. By electing the prescribed courses in education, the students may qualify for the secondary teaching certificate. ln general, re- quirements can be met easily as courses can be taken as electives. 18 semester hours of junior-senior level education courses, includ- ing six semester credit hours in student teach- ing, are required. Students are approved in- dividually for the program. Dr. W. l. Karraker ' f .J 1 ':', 14, , r .Af f lui, A student in the art department steadies his canvas as he begins to paint a large water color creation. FACULTY 297 Dr. Harry Fl. Beaudry Maurice Carlson Dr. A. V. Goyne Dr. Charles Green, Dean of Liberal Arts K U 57 Melba Hammack Dr. Fl. L. Littlefield English Department Develops Literarv Appreciation The Department of English offers students a variety of composition, literature and classic studies. Over 165 credit hours of courses are taught under this department, one of the larg- est in the school. English, American, Greek, Roman and other literary backgrounds are taught to the students seeking knowledge in major, minor or elective courses. Writings of all periods and ages are presented in novels, poetry and other forms of prose. These are taught in order to present the entire media of literature to its students. Firm backgrounds in literature are established by this depart- ment as it strives to present the best in lit- erature in its curriculum. Dr. Dallas Lacy gives examples to a class during a lecture FACULTY Journalism Opens World of Communication The Department of English offers a minor in journalism for those students interested in newspaper work, its technical vocabulary and its structure. A history of American jour- nalism is offered and emphasis is placed on the development of journalism in America All phases of reporting, news editing, copy- reading and headline writing are offered. The student is given a complete look at journal- ism today and yesterday and given an op- portunity to minor in the field. Dr, Frank L Stallings, lf Dr. Steven Turner Dr, Margaret Lee Wiley Dr. Richard B. Zacha Don Sloan, a student journalist. counts copy for a column. FACULTY Four Degrees Given in Language Department The Department of Foreign Languages of- fers majors in four languages: French, Ger- man. Russian and Spanish, with the degree in Russian new this year. There are two plans for degrees. one allowing freedom of choice of electives. the other, concentrating in for- eign language and linguistics. The electives for the second plan allow students with spe- cial interest in languages to qualify for grad- uate work in those fields. ln the various foreign languages, stress is placed on being able to read, write, speak and listen to the language equally well. Gram- mar. composition and literature are presented first in elementary courses and as separate courses for advanced students. Bleary-eyed Spanish students attend eight o'clock class Dr. Duane Adams Dr. Alvin D. Jett Weldon Litsey A lack Palangian IR Pirnrna Palangian """" Dr John A. Stuart Pederick Vina FACULTY -me 5 I 'l'l'lin T 1 Government Department Broadens Political Thought The Department of Government designed its curriculum to meet the needs of today's citizens and to provide the basic courses for students interested in law. Since most law schools recommend a baccalaureate degree for admission, UT Arlington has designed its studies in government to form a strong de- gree plan for law students. The political systems of the United States and other countries are explored, as are re- lated government courses such as juris- prudence, politics and international law. American political thought is also examined from colonial times to the present. History and Philosophy Explore Modern Mah The Department of History and Philosophy grants a pre-law degree on completion of the first year of law school. But the main em- phasis of the department is on the history of man as a field in itself. The history of the world is explored in various courses as the ideas that men have had are presented in time sequence. American history is studied by eras and decades, and the diplomacy of the United States is explained. All groups, countries. minorities and philosophies are studied. ln philosophy, the major trends of thought are examined and their development traced. The influences of philosophy are tracked through history and their relation to literature and man are shown. Dr Sandra Myres explains a point in one of her lectures. George Ashford 3174 T'- Dr. Leon B. Blair George N. Green wr-'X X Z' Harold M Hollingsworth Dr Horrer L Kerr Dr lerone A Dodnitzky Joyce E. V'Ji arris 302 FACULTY N ive-f 'UH E 1-95 is Robert Allison lo Boatright Daniel C. Burkholder Gary L. Ebensberger Zoe Hess Willa Deane Howells Fiay Lichtenwarter lack H. Mahan. Chairman of Music Director of Bands James M. Mahoney Department lnstructs in Every Phase of Music The Department of Music offers courses in music literature, music theory, music meth- ods, applied music and in ensembles and or- ganizations. There are seven types of private lessons given, and these lessons are a re- quired part of the music major's curriculum. A music jury composed of members of the music faculty judge the student's progress and evaluate his standing. The department gives all students taking courses a strong background in musical instruments, voice and the music scores these media use. Emphasis is placed on familiarity with part-writing, ear- training and music history. Over 90 hours of music classes are offered in this department and a Bachelor of Arts degree is conferred on its graduates. FACULTY O3 Physical Education Department Acquires Degree The Department of Physical Education ad- ministers the courses that are required of all students-physical activity. Since four se- mesters are required. the students are rec- ommended to take classes in a variety of activity. The aim of the department is to de- velop men and women who are healthy and who enioy sports. Activity classes are held in basketball, volleyball, tennis, bowling, golf, gymnastics. swimming and other activity sports particular to men or women, including fencing, modern and folk dancing, weightlift- ing and tap dancing. Other activities for wom- en are archery and physical conditioning. This year UT Arlington's physical education program was approved by the UT Regents for a bachelor of arts degree in the field of physical education. l N... I. Girls practice their modern dance exercises before beginning dance routines ll. I 1 -V-.... -in 5 f. N..,,5Msg.- A ""'+--Q,.nQ lf- 5 , VMW, -, ' .give r.'.,' -4+'JJIBtma,.... 4 FACULTY '3:"", M' lim Garrett Bill Reeves William J. Tarin T. J. Tinker DeWitt Easterling performs gymnastics on rings in the gym. Department Presents Theories and Pesearch The Department of Psychology offers over 78 hours of courses in the science that treats mental phenomena, their classification and analysis. Psychology is mostly experimental. causing the courses to deal with the theory and research of certain factors of human life. Behavior senses, motivation, personality and applications of human problems are explored. Methods of developing research are also taught to the psychology students to develop their techniques of analyzing problems. The Life Science building, completed this spring, houses the psychology lecture classes. which sometimes remove to the building's shady lawn during summer school terms. A young professor of psychology questions h-is pupils about decisions and the factors that influence them. FACULTY Q-f "i v, " tr . 'y ..' B il H. . Il' ' J Qt. I ig ,f i -5" W' 1 5-w Adjacent Centers Instruct Classes in Religion Beigion courses are taught at church cen- ters adiacent to the campus with no expense to the university. They are accredited by the unixersity. although only nine hours of re- ligion may be taken for credit. Among the religious organizations participating in religion courses are the Church of Christ Bible Chair, the Newman Club, the United Campus Chris- tian Fellowship, the Wesley Foundation, the Baptist Student Center, and the Canterbury l-louse, The Church of Christ Bible Chair conducts religion classes. X'3"'F1v li Qi 5 7 YK Q ll ,J 55553-33 EEQKEEEEF' gnmmnamgm Q n. . W 442 , V ,,Ml.5h1:M , ,fi ,iptyg tffttfw 'fiilkx 'W f f 'U 1 .J . Pay Philips, Bible Chair Director, lists some of 's to remember for his Bible study class. 306 FACULTY 2 N., Z . Q if , l mrfwlj' 5 AMP' The Baptist Student Center Director, Dan Boling, questions his pupils, Sociology demands the entire attention of this young student as he abandons his note-taking to listen to an interesfng lecture Sociology lnterprets Culture and Personality l' ' ,um The Deparunent of Socmiogy oners over 99 hours ofcjasses and Hnroduces ah fonns of socKHogy.,A scmnnhc approach tc the anmysusand expmnahon ofcuHure.personaL iqfand somalorgancahon B devdoped.The emphasm m pmced uponthermhmeldevebp- mentofsocmlprocesses.The conwnunty.the famHy mdusUy,cmes,smaHtownsswd mmm onhes areinvesugated asiNeH as anthropoh ogy courses. The inhuences that cause sta- bHHy and those that upsetit and persona socml habns are anmyzed in many ofthe coursesin Hhs deparnnentvnuch onersrnajor and nunor courses ofstudy The deparwrent offers a degree in Bachelor of Arts. Blaine T. Williams, head of the Department of Sociology, cites an example for his sociology students during a lecture. FACULTY Plays Produced ln Speech-Drama Department The Depanmentcf Speechikama oHem Bachelor of Arts degrees in two fields. The DeparUnentinchJdes 45 hours ofspeech and 3-1 hours of drama in its curriculum and intro- duces aHfonhs ofrhetonc.lnthefhstcdasses, fundamentals stress the individual's develop- mentofspeakmg abMUes,AdvancedcxnNses are offered in interpretation, announcing, di- recting. acting and the history of drama. ln drama. the Little Theater course gives stu- dents an opportunity to participate and per- fonnin campus ways. Margaret Cameron Nita Cox 4 rv Charles Proctor distributes scripts to students acting in a play. Drama students rehearse onstage for a Little Theater play production. l FACULTY Charles Proctor -ss, The School of Science A chemistry student probes the mysteries of a crystal with the aid of a microscope. The School of Science, l'.ClJ'j:f.f5 tfe De- partments of Biology, Cherrsfrf Ceo ffgj Mathematics and Physics. offers coxse: cf study leading to bachelor of sf, f-'ff fiegref Mathematics offers an addr-r,r,aI degree o bachelor of arts, The objectives of the cosrses of p.,'jf are to give the graduates a strong grasp of fre fundamentals of their fields to aro,sf, ex fs- ity, to integrate the field into todays no" and to develop slfills and corrirnf cafe' o ideas and methods. The Science School offers grad,ate szdy in biology, chemistry, rnathernatics affj crys- ics. These fields also ha I9 specarzec areas within the specific department in uric' g'ad- uate work may be done. Graduate szseffs also work as lab assistants to tre re- searchers. FACULTY 309 Ili :im bl iii!! 1 I i l I 4 l Biology Prepares Students for Medical Field The Department of Biology offers Bachelor 1, of S: erce degrees in biology for pre-medical If and ore-dental students. lt also offers courses for students interested in medical technology, pharmacy and nursing, A teaching certificate in biology can be earned if the necessary education courses are taken as electives. Oxer 85 hours of biology are offered and courses tary from general biology to bac- terial physiology. A summer school field course is offered in research projects for sen- iors who are interested. The course utilizes the biology data previously learned. pj sr 4 , .- i -. , is 5?lgQH,.'a:f- tCik,Y,',z, Q 45 Q X ' ' Mffiggia, ' . 2 X' 1 if A biomgy student Orepares a frog specimen for dissection, ' X E59 "' hs - ' ' 'mf If If Botany students carefully draw and describe the various dried plants in the display cases during a laboratory session FACULTY 4 i X Lrr Ezefta 'bs Pj Elf eva' fr: 1 Dr, Donald Fi. Martin, Chairman of Chemistry Department Dr, lohn T, Murchison, Assistant Dean of Science Carl W. Scharf Chemistry Explores Structures of Substances The Department of Chemistry has a tour year degree program in which over 96 hours of chemistry are offered, Through laboratory classes and theory lectures, the various stud- ies are explored. Introductory courses for students in non-technical programs introduce the fundamental concepts. Emphasis in these courses is in the historical development and practical applications, while technical intro- ductions explain the quantitative aspects of chemistry in basic topics such as the struc- ture of matter and the changes it undergoes. A student's test for an acid-base ph neutralization iiius- trates the necessity for precise laboratory techniques. FACULTY 3 Chemistrv Investigates Complex Chemical World: gn A chemistry student observes the different aspects of a chemical substance. FACULTY Courses offered by the Department of Chemistry vary from introductory to indepth studies. Advanced chemistry courses explain the intricacies of chemical solutions and their reactions. Equilibria, thermodynamics, kinet- ics, electrochemistry, thermochemistry and nuclear chemistry are explained in physical chemistry courses. ln organic chemistry, the numerous hydrocarbon structure-s and their reactions are introduced. Still further ad- vancement links these types of chemistry together in a working natural scheme. The de- partment offers a Bachelor of Science degree. Geology Department Studies Rocks and Bones The Department of Geology offers courses in the study of minerals, rocks, geological processes and structural geology. ln ad- vanced courses, petrology, paleontology, sedimentation and stratigraphy are introduced and examined. The department has a cur- riculum of over 56 hours in geology and of- fers a Bachelor of Science degree. In the summer of this year, the department dug up the bones of an elephant buried on UT Arlington property. The bones will be used to compare fossils. Dr. Charles F. Dodge Donald F, Fieaser A IM" .ig 1 3 Animal fossils found in the eafth 'e .wif compared with more recent bc e to determine the sources of decay FACULTY 3 Mathematics Department Dtters Varied Courses The Department of Mathematics offers over 100 hours of courses and two degrees. A Bachelor of Arts degree. as well as the Bach- elor of Science. is offered in this department. Mathematics is explored from algebra and the binomial theorem to numerical methods and special topics. Math classes rarely demand strict note-taking, as illustrated by one students almost-blank notebook. FACULTY William E. Beeman E. A. Berryhill George W. Brewer Dorothy Lynn Chesnut Robert E. Coke Danny D. Dyer Robert J. Foster John A. Gardner Joe Gilbreath Dr. William W. Hamilton i l KN ' J R Harney 5' Dr Larry Heath Dr Eill Holt L. R Holland Dr Franlf tl Huggins fb, Thurrnar. M Jasper Dr, Ernest C lferihedy Wesley E, Mead. Assistant Dean of Student Administration William O. Miller Dr. Richard Mitchell Q-Z' 1. C. Nicholson Ft. L. Nolen Mathematics Faculty Composed of 50 Members The mathematics faculty consists of 50 men and women and is one of the largest depart- ments of the university. lt instructs math stu- dents who are fulfilling the required course of fundamental algebra, as well as math ma- jors interested in the integral calculus and its applications. R Math students carefully ponder a professors explanation. FACULTY 3 I ' A , l 4 . . . ' Q 4 i . . , - W 1-Q'--1 k1'.!f .,.. 4 , ' 1 , fa ., ,W ' - -.i ll t, Lx, L -5' i g i ii ,li aisl'li'11'.l l i !i,l i l t l Q . ki . il 2 l l ssiiffs i . . Y i As seen looking up, the brick walls of Trimble Hall, which houses the math and foreign language departments, stand against the bright sky. Mathematics Curriculum Always Up-Dated The Department of Mathematics has ar- T ranged its courses to meet the needs of the entire campus. lt is constantly working on its curriculum to bring the students the best in higher mathematics training and new ideas. . . Marian Payslnger fs' 'F' "' Dr. lohn K. Perryman l. L. Shawn """' Lee G. Shilling Dr. Robert L. Tennison G B. Turney if X bf' Eddie Warren rg, """' V-'by D Watkins 2' Eierrie B. Williams FACULTY Physics Explores Various Physical Phenomena The Department of Physics offers over 67 hours of courses in its curriculum. lt has in- struction in physics from introductry courses to quantum mechanics. The 14-member de- partment strives to give the students a com- plete knowledge of physical phenomena and reactions. It offers a Bachelor of Science de- gree for those students that complete a ma- jor program of study in physics. I i 7 Y Monroe G. Cheney xx' - 2 541' Dr. L. M. Diana Fl. l. Marques. Assistant Dean of Science v- Q- Physics students measure lens distances and check answers during one laboratory sessi r- FACULTY 317 The School of Social Work i One of the social work graduate students acts as a counselor at an Arlington elementary school. 318 FACULTY The School of Social Work is a graduate school for social workers. It is new for UT Arlington and is one of only four such schools in Texas. The school runs on two basic approaches to social workg one, direct community service and the other, administration and research. The students learn general information the first year and specialize in one field the fol- lowing year. Laboratory courses are held in various social agencies in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Arlington graduated its first class of 24 students this spring. if, rf, Q 0,,..rf"r Wifi - ,Mr sw Q . ,rg 1 ,. Students Assist Dallas-Ft. Worth Agencies ln the administrative approach to social work, field instruction in community agencies is used to strengthen the student's skills and at the same time help the agencies to improve their services to the communities they serve. Students have served at the Hope Cottage in Dallas, the Dallas Community Center, the U.S. Public Health Service Clinical Flesearch Center and the Community Council of Great- er Dallas. Nine of the graduate students in the first class of 24 chose to specialize in administration, research, and planning. fr lames R. Bisbee Dr. James Callicutt f. ,sw- -65 iv. Sk Barbara Daniels Margaret Gardner Dean 4 N N f ,X .ic I -.rx -was Marybeth E. Dreyfus Dr. Peter G. Gaupp i'i:5"""" I , .91 af A Social work students gather to discuss one of the social research courses Q, 'X P' , , -J tu , gigs x A , . ff. -'ff . high. , " ' 12. 1 tr ' , "V km, S '- U -,. 'xx M ' ii' :ig m,ig,.. iw: h fam' , ir, 'Q 'A,.,, ft A ff-". 1" 4. , ' 'fx 'Mgr thx Y tt ,, 4 , , -x,g,g?,x'lw X 2. .2 , .- ' n ti 1 4' 0 I Q 9 'X Ann Petruccelli carefully explains the objectives of her laboratory work. FACULTY UT Arlington s social work prog-ram grew from 26 students and eight faculty members in the first year of operation to 60 students and 16 faculty members this year. Although only 24 students are graduating this spring about 100 will be enrolled next fall with a class of 60 students entering the school at that time The director of the UT Arlington Graduate School of Social Work is Dr Fernando G. Torgerson He was appointed three years ag-o to start the program after the Texas Legisla- ture established and funded the first graduate social work program in North Texas. Dr. Tor- gerson was also named Tarrant County Social Worker of the Year this spring Gary P. Land Graduate School of Social Work Grows Yearly Y 1 ll!! E 9 Q . . . ' N Sister Mary Venard enlists the aid of Dr, Peter Gaupp in her research. 320 FACULTY FN lohn l. Litrio I Dr. Rodney Pelton 5 XXIWNWWWIXITXIWWWWWMKS3 X4 5214 Z 3 5 9 D 4 A 3 52 54 3 X 5 4 X4 25 V 74 K D34 ii A DAIRY LABORATO v Z5 322 sz 554 51,4 9 74 5 A 5 ff A RESEARCH Q if 235 X Q 545 A4 if if w gf 564 5 4 C l57X45VZ1bX?1DX?1bXQbX?1DXQMDV4bXZMDVV V VVA0 A A A A A A A AA A A ff1DfflDf6lDfSDf63AC Wilmeth Campaigns for Soviet Institute I .4 Q 1 Q 'r Col. Wilrneth hopes to create an Institute of Soviet Studies to further knowledge and understanding of the Soviet Union. Dr Gustav Lfgizola laboriously researches I-'nerican polka' trends in aLtin America. ---n I'f,4V:f"x Q .J A RESEARCH 1515 Col. James D. Wilmeth is continuing a seven-year cam- paign to establish an Institute of Soviet Studies at the University of Texas at Arlington. Col. Wilmeth, an assistant professor of foreign lan- guages, served with the American Embassy in Moscow for several years. "Since war between the United States and the Soviet Union is the least likely thing to happen as both sides seem to have chosen co-existence to no existence at all, conflict between these two nations is taking place in all other areas of human activity," says Col. Wilmeth. "Ideas are the weapons. Lang-uage is the means for delivery. Men buy ideas only by rationalizing in their own language. Volkswagens are sold here, but the sales pitch is not in German. To influence a man you must talk his language. "The development of Soviet experts is just as im- portant to this nation as the development of space scien- tists and engineers. "The main problem we face in establishing a Soviet Institute is indifference to the fact that the Soviet chal- lenge to the United States is one which calls for better solutions than we have found at present. The way to im- prove the solution is to understand the problem." -If-0""-"'l 23274633 mgnlggg' mD'm"10-.m Q3 77-r-ICD .-I-C3050 U3 D020-moo 123 356 LOO0:,::CD- fa-SCLD-gg-m l'l' 1' 'i 35'S3QJs4g f-e-3...-- CD3f-Orb 359, O CDU334gp O 3352-.-+ 2Z:'fL':rD'o Qhgiipifa TO135' UP46'S9,. w 203' mmm CD?-.mgc'2-Q 3 mg-OCO QOPUJ 10.-h '3'OLQ '49 Qoogjoli' H336tm 3' QQCDKEZQ? CCDGICDQ :O -.o-3 LQ 1-27320 c2.g'w4Ofp '4 CTO-- 3Umc:m0P omoco-,Zi -hula I ip are 2 . 1 1 Q7 I g . Z i 13. ""'w. 1' f , 1 i.,. V VN va """"" .SQ .xii -li li. l, ..,.--2""""""-4"'3"a!'t vi? . 3, i .Y 'H . if I ,Mg A -, . W I 1 A Q' I A ' he N- ape--'- . 5. vw Q35 J IPI I . H s l L -'wmg,f mf -an TP,-lr 'Xl I 65 to X Pio 'Q Dr. Thomas Cogdei and his assistant te a solution for :ara Dr. Cogdell Studies Molecular Grbital Theory Research conducted by Dr. Thomas l. Cogdell and sponsored by the Robert A. Welch Foundation of Hous- ton may affect the theory of molecular orbitals. Dr. Cogdell said he is concentrating on the synthesis and acetolysis of 3,5-Cycloheptadienylmethyl Fosylate in his investigation "Orbital Symmetries and Anchemric Assistance." The research is a study of the reaction rates of conductivity of the solutions. Gas chromotography is being used in the study. Dr. Cogdell had previous experience in this area as a result of his thesis work. Working with Dr. Cogdell is Gary Ruggles, senior Welch Undergraduate Fellow, ln a decade when United States foreign relations have been under increasing criticism, a UT Arlington professor of history is defending American politics in Latin America in his study, A Biography of a Canal: The Canal Question in the Twenty-first Century. Dr. Gustav Anguizola, continuing four years of re- search into the subject, has published five previous af- ticles on the canal issue, among them "The Negro acc the Building of the Canal" and "The Unratified Treaty of 1926" Dr. Anguizola comments, "The results so far hate given me a genuine satisfaction that past trends and cur- rent events have justified our previous research. I ncaa that the federal government may some day EPUCIDEZS ahead of time problems such as those which have af- fected the Canal and thus can prevent their happenng The American Negro community is being stuciec 21. sociologist loyce Williams, whose research will be the basis for her doctoral dissertation at St. Louis' Was'- ington University. "We are investigating the effects of white suppression Negro leadership, and the change and development cf political character in the Black community by stccyfng specific community issues." says Mrs, Williams. RESEARCH 3 ' W,-v-Af, W' 'V X is . I' .-ff' "'N. I '.:',i. lf' :fr'32'f-'2Q.efs'-ttf-f-,-5-g '4 gn.. we Q A ,-n-:'4"""""'- . ,t i"'-1'-" KY t ..,.1'i:YiV .gwwsgx . 1- i.,y,,t.A .wxfffsgy .., 4- i Dr. Cothburn O'Neal studies a brochure in his research to formulate a contem orar lin ' t' h db p y guis ics an ook for today's college students. Professor Studies Modern Linguistic Methods A handbook designed to "help students find their way around in contemporary linguistics publications" is being prepared by Dr. Cothburn lvl. O'Neal, professor of Eng- lish at UT Arlington. Drawing on some twenty years experience in lin- guistics research, Dr. O'Neal is correlating several re- cent approaches to English language study. Thus far Dr. O'Neal has developed a syntax fa study of the way words are arranged to form phrasesj which he has used for five years. More recently he has com- piled a phonology Ca study of speech soundsj and a morphology fa study of the system of word-forming ele- ments and processesj. A previous work, an inductive grammar of English, will be incorporated into the lin- guistics handbook. Among the innovations Dr. O'Neal has devised for his study is a "Typit," a typewriter with individually mounted symbols for typing phonetic transcriptions. Dr. O'Neal has taught at UT Arlington since 1938. He is noted for his popular as well as his scholarly writings. Taped interviews with North Africans are being used by Dr. Leon B. Blair in his three-year study of attitudes 4 RESEARCH and events in the revolutionswhich overthrew French colonial rule in North Africa. Dr. Blair said, "I am especially interested in the atti- tude of North Africans toward the United States as a re- sult of American support of the French colonial position. "Our research is being used to open the way for a study of the role of the Liberation Army in North Africa." Dr. Blair, an assistant professor of history, has one book under contract with the University of Texas Press: a second manuscript, in French, is being typed. He has also written several magazine articles on African studies. An electron clock which is capable of measuring one 10-billionth of a second is part of the apparatus being used by Dr. lohn McNutt in his study "Positron Annihila- tion Studies in Gases." "We are investigating the formation of cavities in gases which are positronium induced," said Dr. MciNutt, an assistant professor of physics. "We are using positron annihilation lifetime methods Cannihilation of matter with anti-matterj. We believe we have observed this cavity formation in CH," W- Positrons Used to Study Liquids Structures Dr. L. M. Diana is utilizing positrons in his research entitled "Use of Positrons and Positrons from ff'lChlorine to Study Liquid Structure." Dr. Diana is using high speed electronic equipment for coincidence detection in this investigation which is sponsored by the UT Arlington University Organized Research Fund. Dr. Diana is an associate professor of physics. A scholar whose background in Africa and her history includes three research trips to Africa is investigating "West Indians and the African Revolution." Dr. Van Mitchell Smith is examining the West lndian's role in the emerging nationalism which Africa has ex- perienced during the last two decades. "I am still in the material-gathering stage." says Dr Smith. "I plan to analyze the writings of West Indians Hopefully l can come to a deeper understanding of con- temporary developments in Africa and its relations with the rest of the world. Dr. Smith is an associate professor of history, and has done much to further African studies here. A social worker is researching social researchers as part of his study to development national manpower and educational policies and procedures for his profession Dr. Peter G. Gaupp, an associate professor of the Graduate School of Social Work, is continuing his an- alysis ofthe job behavior and occupational requirements in his study "The Social Work Researcher fPart llljf' During 1963-68 he conducted a nationwide manpower study of social work researchers. "We have obtained detailed information on almost 1,000 researchers. We will cross-tabulate and conduct multi-variate analysis on this information," said Dr. Gaupp. "Thus far we have developed the first nationwide de- scription of role requirements, supports and constraints on research practice. We have identified the researchers as the elite of social work' Dr. lohn lvlcCall is preparing his second book on the history of the massive Sante Fe Railway. Dr. lvlcCall, an assistant professor of economics. was co-author and associate editor of Iron Horses of the Santa Fe Trail, a 600-page account of the development of the Santa Fe's locomotives which was published in 1965. The work now in preparation will be titled The Chief Way. "We are tracing the raiIroad's 100-year history as a passenger carrier, along with the story of the Fred Har- vey resorts, hotels and dining facilities which were estab- lished for the comfort of the railroads patrons," said Dr. McCall. "We have completed the outline, assembled most of our data and have collected several early photographs. many of which have never been published. Now we must begin the writing." Dr. L. M. Diana, associate professor of physics. is investigating positrons and their influence on liquid structures of 't'Chlorine. RESEARCH L"-If 1- '-2 f"U.n I A-.x A Dr. Edwin l. Louis and Dr. R. V. Tsina ...Q .. are post-doctoral fellows in chemistry. Post-Doctoral Fellows Conduct Researches Dr. Edwin l. Louis, an assistant professor of chemistry, is researching 'lviossbauer Spectroscopy of Alkali Metal Tetrachloroferrates flllj" with Dr. Peter Giradot, dean of the School of Science. The three-year project is spon- sored bythe Welch Foundation. Their research is a continuation of lvlossbauer Spec- troscopy work which was begun in 1967 by Dr. Milan Schara of the Nuclear lnstitute in Ljubljana, Yugoslavia. The behavior of gold in compounds is the subject of study for Dr. Richard V. Tsina and Dr. Donald R. lvlartin, chairman of the Department of Chemistry. Their research is sponsored by the United States Air Force Office of Scientific Research and the UT Arlington Organized Research Fund. These men are investigating the development of gold compounds which will be stable in water and good elec- trolytes for gold plating, and which do not expose the person doing the plating to possible cyanide poisoning. Power systems research is being conducted by Dr. lunichi Toyoda, associate professor of electrical engi- neering at Tokyo's Seikei University, and Dr. ivlo-Shing Chen, under the sponsorship of the City Public Service Board of San Antonio and the Texas Power and Light Company Dr. Chen is the director of UT Arlington's Power Systems Research Center. Dr, Toyodas research involves on-line, real-time com- puter control of power systems. The results of the re- search may allow power companies to avoid cascade shutdowns of their systems. Dr. Toyoda has a broad background in power systems engineering, having made the basic research on an optimal forecasting operation of system loads in a bulky power system, RESEARCH ,, . fivvwhc-Q. Q Q .X -IV . 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IGO Grand Prairie Social Work EVONNE A. JACKSON Fort Worth Social Work DONALD JOHNSON Dallas Physics BOB LOCKWOOD Knoxville, Tenn. Social Work EARL C1. MCCUIN El Paso Social Work ,N CLAUDINE McDOWELL Dallas Social Work ALLENE MARGOWSKY Fort Worth J, Social Work B, TY" A :nh yfghx l 5' lr. I- N, u'.:3 .WM 1"n!'3!'T:'! A fr. gf I s'- N Graduate Students Find Education More Fun .. , F F -V i --sq-9--.A A vwlf. . ' f -4... S ms. A ig!-V . .-Ee. ,' 'fqillfgis v: . 'T' ".-jx fx: signin V . L, A E . ,LCC igxhlrt.. , ' 1 "1 v E, ' - ,fx-X 2 -I V, , A 2 1 A Q 75.355 f S' xx Q. .X "5.,:3i,,g d - A5""'f .L-A ' 42.14.24 sv 5' "T T i-.,..i5g,i J.. ,L ,MNA ' , KS Members of Dr. C. T. Mc- lntosh's history class enjoy h a relaxing exchange of opin- ' ions and ideas on the shady . A green lawn of the campus A-for-fe - a A A . mhmiwmnnn.. ...Ad GRADUATES 33 School oi Social Work Attraots Many Graduates -,r in JN 53 IMA 5 it , ll .- I KA 2' S. - ' 1 Y Sft 'v I vb' C, Q- X . ' S N , , f I IO' 1" GRADUATES fl' "I ELAINE THIEHOFE Detroit, Mech. Lf - 1 Social Work Q GAYLE TunaiviLLE Dallas ,1 A Social Work 3 X 0 MELL WALKER Dallas Social Work VAN WALLACE Saigon, S. Vietnam Chemistry 4 ZELLA C. wALTEns Sherman L Education V" ' JOHN WILLIE Grand Prairie Social Work F I "I I HUTHIE WINEGARTEN Dallas Social Work JOHN YARBOHOUGH Dallas Bus Administration fl :fig ll.: .ip 1 DONALD MERKLEY Arlington Mech. Engineering ROSALIE MELTZER Boston, Mass. Social Work WILLIAM MILKIE Dallas Arts-Economics THOMAS MILSON Fort Worth Elec. Engineering MITSY NAGASE Palestine Social Work TERRY O'NEAL Fort Worth Aero. Engineering STERLING M. PRICE Henderson Social Work ILA K. SARKAR Arlington Social Work CHARLOTTE SHABOT Houston Social Work QUIN SHEPPERD Grand Prairie Mech. Engineering HOWARD SMOLLECK Grand Prairie Elec. Engineering GLORIA STUDDARD Arlington Social Work l x I 'XW Association with the Graduate School of Social Work offers grad students a new and challenging career for a personal involvement. 5? P2 X m V 57 My 3 A41 Xl DWI 5 Wm A XX Sf X Aw I9' X4 A W1 V gi A IK 322 5 bi gi 3 if if T7 E if 34 gi SENIOR CL ' Sq S M V PX 54 if 3 Pi? 5 W4 fi S 3 S EN be 94 IDR 594 gf S 534 24 ,ef gy ii mmm! A153 DEW AV? V 524 Awww if AMW V ggi A DA A4 Charlie lngram awaits liberation from his iron cell, victim ofa KA sheriff at the Kappa Sigma Carnival. GINDA G. ABRAHAM Fort Worth Accounting RONALD ADDISON Arlington History ELEANOFIE ADELMAN Fort Worth Spanish HENRY O. ADKINS Terrell Biology ED ADUDDELL Grand Prairie Elec. Engineering FROUZAN AFSAHI Tehran, Iran Mech. Engineering Participation Plus Enthusiasm Equals Fun JOE A'-lEAFlNE lrving Math '.'?.4Y AHLFINGER Dallas Accounting ,AVES AHT Cleburne Economics DAPJELA D AKEY Hurst History DlTF.'A'J ALDER Dallas Math 'JAQC ALDERDlCE Arlington Pre-Med LECIL ALEXANDER Gillett. Arkansas Aero Engineering EEATPZCE D ALFORD Arlington English 'JCHAEL ALFOFZD Dallas Bus Adm nistration DOEEQT ALFORD Arlington Elec Engineering E, SHO? ALLEN Lexington Economics mv-fO':3 AVES Hurst Els Administration ,LU I-'!!!O'l'S Fort Worth Math :gf L I-'JDEQSON Arlington Aero Engineering .CE ASCE Dallas Chernstry -A551 F ,LDCHEP Longview Ee: Efg nearing DD'JL-D 3 A5-?'!'STPOllG Dallas psychology HZ-52,2 L3'fS"POliC Arlngton Math .'f'AQ'Jf .'i' I-ZELOCK Eferman Ezofcrrcs 'L',"'f, WASIEX I-TCHHSOPJ 'far 'nba Canada L.: 5.7! L"lDA I-'fi'J'Q Grand Prairie E-Q eh EUGENE I-'fl C' HE Ar! ngfon a ,ln- -' 1 ra! 'lA'lC! EAI-CV Fort Worth EJB Adrr f eiraf on L-it-QOLD 'fl BADGE9 Arlington Bus Adrnfriiafra' on 4 SENIORS ,Qui vft ,"' -'sf ," -v Q' lk ff ta, A ,, l if 'VN 44- N31 'Yu' Q.. , Q -4 'JP w. xr N- L U A if! U . .4 ,-,Q ma... 4 f????w --ii , . , 4- "'1..L 1,-A . L 1 5-'Y k dn 11' FN ,rv ,f--"' 4. ,d' Q.. X, - 1 1.- .Y S- ,- if 1 L K , 1 v- ri ' 6 og .Q 1 wi Q -fa sak- -., CEP!-LU D 7:1-Z ,-,, J-". If -3. :fa-Lf: nf3,,,,. .Q QL I Q ll Fil- ,Z f '," ' fue ' 1: Q,',',,,., ,.. Ljfjl 5,14 if ,. f,',',. ya., DI- I '1 7' 721'-IF7' ' ' s,ff If Q.,- X -r N?-X 'Il ,- 9. pw firllv ,,, , 14, ': CI-P! 3 Ei- f-Y", le' L'.','f: :L ,yi ,,:,:. 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SENIORS 33 ru g, S I 1 -.-at Y I S J , I ,A A I A draniatic secondeplace egg catch by Delt Joe Gary Sm.th MAHER BEYDOUN Beirut Lebanon Economics RONALD BIGELOW Dallas Elec. Tech. JOAN BIXTER Arlington Music JIM BLACK Dallas English JON BLACK Marshall Mech. Engineering MARY JEANNE BLACK English Grand Prairie DAVID BLACKERBY Whlterlght Ind. Engineering JAMES BLACKWELL Arlingtdn History .lil DQ IU! 'e as to liven up a muddy afternoon at the FIJI Rodeo Games. :OE DEAN BLAZEK Ennis Math DINAH BLEAU Irving English I-IOWARD BOALS. JR. Athens Business JAMES BOBO Arlington 'vlech Engineering PAV BODIFORD Weatherford English CLALJD JNILLIAM BOLES Eastland Biology CAROL BOLTON Dallas Spanish KATI-ll BOMAR Dallas Government .OA'l BOOG-SCOTT Dallas Marketing 'JAPELYN BOULLT Fort Worth HISIOVY KAY BOYCE Cleveland Psychology EDWARD BOYD Dallas Elec Engineering LEE-iE BOYD Fort Worth Ci-Jil Engineering 'lf-Rf 'SCOTT BRADFORD Farmers Branch Business -ASE BRADFORD Dallas I-ew Engineering EAR- BRADLEY Abilene E ec Engineering LA f'.E ED!-DLE! Fort Worth Psychology B'LL B3A-E! Garland I-era Eng reernq DOH BPA-LE f Garland Elec Efg 'ear ng .Orlll BRAVE Hurst Art KENNETH BRAI14LE" Fort 'North PJ9Ch Eflglnrgr rg QOBEPT A BRANDT St Lenz, Mo Business Ad D!-'J BFI!-NSCM HISIOVY Qi-'VE BPA-NT Arlirfgfqri Fort Worth Math SENIORS 7 ,ff fx I? t 'uv ,f'f"""'X fer? I k, Q.-.f-Q' K. IHS 1, Jf' 1, W! ,vb 'Z' 'B 1 "7""'I' KW Z2 f' 'IRQ Q0 'yx v...., -31, 1 ai-, - L et? Yelke Meet Muddy Hands et Greek Games DALE BPI-'i'LEf Ca' , Ari BILL BR!-CHE? '!f:':'.. I H .g.,l,l KI CECIL BPEYIER .R f ,4 .z-,',f -.... - ALAN BRZQGEQ A' rg 5'f'f'5l MICHAEL BR D352 'fan' 50: ' Bn 'fawge RICHARD BRN!!-GE Ze e Phfa ca RON C BROOV3 , Amr vez 'E BOB BROHW L' '3- - - 'f7:f'I 'C 'F " eoeef BPONIJ 'M , ,W 81541935 DAVID BRO!!'I rgvgf Bus Adr' 'Net R? 2' GREG BROYJU L' """ Bus I-1' fc eff' z- : JAMES BROWN A' "" Cwfl Efg 'ee"g 4 ' MATTHEW EDWARD EQOA". Da 'ee Soc cI:gy NELLIE BROWN A' -gf En 'ash Q13 ROBERT BRO-mg 32 A xx Hfstcfy-Sc: cIcgf "" STANLEY BROWIJWJG EJESE QQ, -5.- Y'-5 N Accou-:wg X ' MARY BRYANT E. ees I Hfstory 'QQ PAUL BRYANT A5512- Psychomgy RONALD BRYANT Da as B-olcgy BEVERLY BUMRASS Af 'QTC' Bvology ,N 3. GREGORY BUNN Fs't .'.':':'- """ A X Bus Adv-'E st'at c' f"'5"., 8' ' " JOHN BUNT AL-e'dee" S DE-c I Accoft cg GENE BURDEN Texawac Govevv'-e'ft ROBERT A. BURKS Da as Bus. I.Ianage'Ref: BOBBY BURNS W :R ta Ea 5 Pre-Law DONALD BURNS B's'.-.--I.-acc: Elec. Engl'-ee' cg "2 SKIPPER BUTLER GIE:e.Ea:ef N, L, , Bus. Adm-.n stfatxc' sc, V., ROBERT BUTSCH Da as 'T' XX B:oIcgy '- , GARY BYARS ' ': '.'.':,-'ic 3. fkfi Mech, Er-gcee' 'Q 3- BILLY CADE '.'t 3-322 E' Accomm-g A M SANDRA CAFFEY A.: - Muslc HARRY CAGLE 5-ye- ,, A. Hvstcq' DANNY CAIN E-e::: Histo? TROY CAIN Tye' Neck Eng ces' 'fg CHARLES CALDER KE"""S2lE -3 EIec, E"g 'ee' 'Q CAREY CALDWELL Fart ','.':'T" Ind, EHS r-ey 'wg BRENDA CALLO'-'JAY Odessa H stc'y HUGH CAVERON II F':'t 1'-':"R G:ve'Tv"e"t Busmess SENIORS KERRY CAMPBELL LE":eR nr CoW"e': aI Aft LUCIA CAMPBELL Sa' A-t:-1 : E"g!'5h X , X IOE CANNON Da Ias Math DOUGLAS CARLISLE A-'cate' Seniors Shoulder Responsibilities of Government I 5-1 2 '-ARI' CARSON E-:ben-x Calf, Sas A:-W n st'a: on ,ff-:N C.:-'I-TO-- Palestine Vane: ng ,C-N C5-RO-- Grand Prairie steg- .ERRN C2-RWE:-T Garland Ee: 'echnofogy Awe ::.2i,5a Arlington :re-,3.s Gaxernrnent :OEET-' CASE Grapevine '.'e:" Engineering RONALD CAST-'ER Waco '-'ar-cet ng 5: AN CASS-ROY Fort Worth '.'e:h Engineering -L AN' T CATON Euless 5-5 Adm nistrat on DAY 3 W CATTER Arlington Eec Engineering ANN CAYCE Fort Worth B ofegy NEAL C'-lA'-'BLEE Freeport Math RONALD CHAMPION Irving Eos Adm nistration Tl-lO'.'AS CHANDLER Arlington Bas Administration JERRY VJ CHAPMAN Arlington Ind Engineering JOE CHAPMAN Grand Prairie Economrcs P.'lCHAEL CHAPMAN Corpus Christi Ae'O Engineering JOHN CHARLES Dallas Ae'o. Engineering 'JIKE CHRISTAL Grand Prairie Eec Engineering THJOTHY CHR!STY Houston History ,ERRY CLARK Dallas Aero Engineering PAPA CLARK Amarillo Art THOVAS CLARK Ennis Math 'MICHAEL CLAYTON Dallas Accounting BRIAN CLE'A Dallas Marketing DAYLD CLINGMAN Miami, Fla, Math !iCKY COFFFN Dallas Soanrsh GEORGE COLES Irving Sociology E5E'HA'iQ! HOEE COLLINS Hurst Psychology FRA'-JCS CONDRON Pittsfield. Mass Veth Engineering fOl"l'l COWGLETON ll Dallas ENS Adrnnistration CAROL PSHE COOPER Colorado City phfgigg WELL I-'A 'N CORE Dallas Vath C49 3'O5'-VER COPELAND Fort Worth Soeecn 'ff-:"r'A COREOK Arlington I-rt Errication SCEES' Hl CORLEY Dallas 3.2 14-Zi"'r'rIEIV8iIOVl C N3 COJLSOTJ Arlington F'e"ch 'S'E-3-'EW COULTER Fort Worth Aero Engineering ELI-"JE COJILLE Grand Prairie History LARRY CONCERT Dallas -gcogf LERRY rlE'f!TO'l COX Floresville Elec E'g'eerIng ROSS CRAFT Dallas Psycrdooy SENIORS 4'-f 'Vs iss N-:ITV - ,- vs- 7! Q 'Ffa , Z' -' t 3 fi-. -f 4- flee? 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HEN23 C-CSC Ve? :': 'ee' 'Z DON HENNJ G 'Jed' E'-g 'ee' 'Q AURORA HEQQANDEZ Pre-Le.-C: .e""-R PAUL HEQQBOLD B45 Ad- R st'et 2 BRUCE HESKE3 3 3 3 3 FIONNIE HESS : Cxv Efg 'ee' 'Q YOULINDA P-iES'E3 Z"C S' SANDRA H-HGGNS A:-.ef 5 " BRUCE Rm ' in: ER: 'ee' R: SANDYE HLL ' -N '..S C LOUSS A 'J NSCN 5'3 E ec Eng 'ee' 'g CHARLES H NTON .2 fra"- H stci. FHCHARD "4OEC'4EN3C:: 3,5 Ar- :gvat :' DiXiE ANNA 'C:7: ffi' Ffa-Ve: SOOZN HOSTS'-'AN 25 "' SICK JERRY R R0-.xC-QA xzel-L. E.-.5 -:,,.-.- LEOTA HOLCOX' 5 -C-. b Loss Roma ' nwes HO-1CKs ' New E-g 'ee'-1. WILUAN' HOL-AEA-'S-4 xx: Vat" DENINVS 9 ROME: 2: Ge: :gy PATRICK HOLQF SLD Aer: E'-g Res' -g KARL S HOLLNGSRROQ' 79555 :S SENIOFRS 4 fei, -,, ,,,., ,I .1 kb- ' Y - hh -M 5. - snag. 5023. g o:.,ay . . ',g - . .- ,,00o--',f:nn e"':i?.'.'.0'v3J' Q" gggotl-05.0 y! Qpimioms Vsicsd by Many on Campus Disputes lx in , s Y F A 'fl-N L- T' lc Q, 5- x. X. on if 4- ',-3 T f -uf N 1 -if l ,A ,as Y x Q Y . ,gf . fi? ... "'25'1, ., . 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Engineering BETSY LePFlESTl Duncanville Foreign Language JANIES LeBOY Big Spring Government NANCY LETT Arlington English JACK LEVENS Fort Worth Sociology JOHN F. LEVENS. JR. Fort Worth Architecture DAVID LEVY Waco Ind. Engineering EMMETT G. LEWIS Burnet Biology DONALD H. LILES Bridgeport Ind Engineering lA'.4ES LINGBEBG Garland Elec. Engineering DENNIS A LITTWIN Mesquite Mech. Engineering DIANE E LOCHABAY Fort Worth History MELISSA LOCKARD Burleson English DON LOCKWOOD Perryton History JOHN LOFTIS Arlington Marketing CIP LOGSDON Arlington Accounting LACIFIY LONDON Fort Worth Mech Engineering KENNETH LONGLEY Cleburne Elec Engineering DOFIOTHY LOPEZ Fort Worth Sociology MAXCYNE LOWREY Dallas HISIOFY SUE LUCK Arlington Biology HAYWOOD W. LUSK, lll Irving Management MIKE LYELL Brookhaven, Miss, Math lOHN MCADAMS Irving Math LINDA L MCADAMS Arlington Math WAYNE MCCALB Irving Civil Engineering PCI-'IAFRD MCCARTHY Fort Worth Elec Engineering V!-BEN VCCLAINE DenlS0n Sociology DELL O 'ACCLUNG Irving Soc Work BILL IMCOPKLE Odessa Ee: Engineering BAFIBAFRA 'MCORMACK Dallas English TEFIRV MCCOV Fort Worth Aero Englr-lee' ngfBusineas JEAN MCOADE Grand Prairie English LENDK 'ICDOWALD Berford 'fed Technology SENIOBS J I an 5 - H "" V'fJ51" 'f'."Zi Z" I 250935 7' 'ICE IL '. 28' DEQ ' G ESX: 1'-C" 'f QI-'ffz 1- 'l',', '.' 4' I-'.',',.' , ,I-'IES Q 'fcfff-Cf 1 . ,gn ff E, L'f 'f',f:',r'a' "'-'f Eff. Q". 'f ', 'iQf'- 'l',,?'7'5'!-'. 2 prjsjqp' if,-i,l,..f!'. , , ,A ,. ..,',l P2625 '!','!i'-'J-'lf ','f'l':' if,:,a,,,:,,,:, ,f H'. ' 'IJ-7" '! 'Z e' 'C : , ..-.v .ff , C 1 E I 'Q .Q'i'. 'ff-D253 '!'.f"'r1' fa I E, A ,, H1 'L-'CE ,ff-HLQ. ,,. in ., , :,',d.,d, 155' ,f'.'- 'fL"L'. If, -. Totally oblivious to the Peace Picnic activify a'o.'c them, two engrossed say- ers are transported into a world of their own through a challenging chess game. RANDAL MAHANAV A .5'a:: ACCC.J"f1""' DAN MAHONEY A' -gc- Histo'y DONALD J. MAISON Da as Scc ccgy MIKE MALONE S:"'gt:.-.- Mech Eng nee' 'g STEPHEN MALSlSAT -e:'a': Vatt' DOLAND C, SHANE? .D Ar -g Bus, Ad- - st'e: :- NICHOLAS VAYQ2 G.,EZ Za as E ec. Te:t"':: :gy ROBBIE MARS S ::" .H r'- Civi' E"g 'ee' 'g DAVE MARKS G'a': 9-5 ' R Scs, Aan- - strat :- CARL VAIKSFALL ::"t -'-:'1" Pre-Law Va'-ne: -5 DONALD A. N'A3'N ::"t '.'.-'tc ln: Eg: 'ee' ng SHIRLEY .O N'-XQ"'N :rt .'.:'t' FPlANClA v.x5z5Qs .-.- -Q. F'e":" JERRY ci xiri-isws :E as H st:'5 GRACE VAXX'-ELL De as In-Q! Sk ROBERT v,ww'iLL A- n----- Eng SR ,L JOHN MEADE S"e""a' ind. Eng r-ee' ng SENIOFIS ORC , ' D UNF... R W:-:"'n. sf N, "" " 'IB' xl'-N . ENE' 35.5" x U' ax av' 141 :L'qt y-x:: l n u :n::x -- In A -x.,-- 5 --- 'xENXE"- N' --E:-7 PSVIS vas- Eng 'ee' ng " '- .' --E: Dallas Va? I ...,.,.. X N-, Q1 - -- ' -n 'inoton ,-2?-N S '.' NVE'-R For: Worth DSM. 3 '."CrlELl. Corsicana - 'C Engn e' ng -HSN -.f 'CHE4 Tyler E es Eng '-eering -LCN D N' 'CHELL Arlington E er Eng neefing S-KEN '-'ODOJNG Weatherford Vern 1 S- -.fc SES -.iotiwm Mamie-n """X '-'usic C--13,55 '-'ONCRIEF Dallas Ee: Engineering -'-l--J I-'ONREAL Ennis Scan sh 'QV- SP, -yx Q. '7""h-Q.,-NJ it W., A sunny rnornirg captivates several carefree youths who enjoy the rare opportunity for a brief pause in the educational rat race. SENIORS ' 1 ...-V I Ke if JOHN THOMAS MONROE Weatherford Engineering DAVID MOORE Gainesville Mech. Engineering DON H. MOORE Muenster Ind. Engineering MORRIS C. MOORE, Ill Ft. Worth Music RAY MOORE Fort Worth Accounting ROBERT RAY MOORE Dallas History LINDA E. MOROSKY Dallas Art IAYNE MORRELL Dallas Sociology DONALD MORRIS Como History MICHAEL MORRISON Irving Civil Engineering 'Lo S1 fy-1 -Cf' 'xg C' vs., Classroom Refugees Pepulete Shady New Mall a-5 Q Kr' Q :Q X u I . I x s-.., E,wwW'f A- i if , Q71 M? f ., 'C' Q ' fix Yfhgf , if , Ns' I Qi , Q ' I, ,pun A KQV' 2 4' "f-f in wg , rv E ' i , 1 7, Q ' x f 1Il1mf.,,,, "'.-'R , X R 1 14 in 'S s. 'xi W3 X Q.. if 13. 'K' K, if 41 'S-7 N? bb' N... ff" 'qx f- . ,vsvv A X 3, w .- - 5 D55 -Q-' 45 -N-q v-.R 8.4 al '73 P:-211 .,. Y fjsf.: ffrlpf nf,:,', - '-QL . VCI" .'.' I l- '-f...,.l 'frf' ffxl N , f-'f f, 'f' I 1:-.I f.,:,. , fi-3 :'.. 511-1- einif f ,fem ,LRQU 'J-'-C1 La an -f,,,, ,,,. ,,,. , .,. , Q71E'C-'EH HE:-RE f", La an .. 2.71 QEI- sl 1.1 !.'egf:"e" DLHL HE ."L'. 1-' ' S'-1ER DLW '. 2-21. "" -,b.,1,j p FRED '. 215-1 Je ez ll ELLEN '. 39 CHLRLES HC,-.L'. L' -- III5-. RAND!-L- '.Cf".'J-' le ea 3.5 LV' ' 1" RICK NODVLH - '1' 8.5 -iz" - at SARA NOD: S .. '3-f , ..- ... 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DAYTON :ASC-A- ' " Vets NAQSCOL '- 3-VE- -45'e:" :ex 5: ved- E': 'se' ": H DAN Eg 3A"ERSCX 35""' -AVC' fiff..'5 RANDAL RAWERSCN -' 5-5 Aer' " st"' Q' LAURAN RAYNE A' - Fre"C SENIORS 3 .AMES :E-'-RCE Tioga Ae': Eng 'ee' ng SCEES' :EGR-KN' Da las Assam: -g :,A NE :S-NONEN Fo't Worth -EN RENNCC-x Galxeston A':"1e:t-'e SWA PE:-RN A'l ngton Ver- Eng 'ee' ng RCSER' PFERQ New York I -a-se DAX D P- -- PS Fort Worth 5..- -XC' " Sf'B!'Or't -CNE-- P LDPS Joshua H stew 2-XX' 'J 3 CKARD G'anc Prairie B ology R-SSE-L RCKENS Colorado City Acccuntang KENNETH PCG Waxahachie Eos Ac' nlstratlon DAN." I P NSON Rio Vista Physics GREG PLECHUS Fort Worth Ae'c Engineering RCS POCHGLA Dallas Math ECTCH POLK Port Hudson La, History .AMES POTTINGER Dallas Aero Engineering JAVES PRESSLEY Fort Worth E'ec Engineering ECGENE PRESTON Hooks Elec Engineering Q 7" Q T' i 49 'id' ur: 5 4-an 'Ui 'A M is ' Q0 L JERRY PRlCE Ranger BUDDY RAKE Arlington Government Government KENNETH PRICE Arlington MARIO RAMIREZ Texarkana Bus. Administration Math 'Q 'T 4-4- FRANK PROCHASKA Fort Worth ROBERT RAY Tyler Pre-Law History Government JOHN PTACEK Grand Prairie ROGER RAY Fort Worth Chemistry Math i gs C' SENIORS AL READER Ill Fort Worth BILL QUAHLES Pampa Biology Business RONNIE REBER JAMES QUATTLEBAUM Athens Schuylkill Haven. Pa- Bus. Administration Aero. Ell9ll'le9l'll'l9 ARNOLD OUENTIN Dearborn, Mich. NANCY REDMON Denison Business Bus. Administration SANDI QUILLIN Seattle, Wash. BARBARA REED Arlington Sociology History ,iv 'IWW 'WN v. w ,...- ,f CT' MARY RABROKER Dallas LEONARD REESE Dallas History Math JEANNETTE RAFFETTO Dallas MARTHA REESE Arlington English Bus. Administration ef" '13 X. 0. 1 f 'n Scenic Mall Sees Between-Class Bock-Juggling ,. ,M 'vt -Iii, if ' 'Iii S FUI ag., cgi! 1'..-L Q xi' 1 "2f. XXX 'M . --.I 45' 'Q fit 1. X. X . 1 UN AF K' ',ss 1 44" Q- Juggling her boors Of the way to class. a coec is momemariif dnsvactec by the gfeen beauty 0' new campus landscas "' BRYAN RENFRO Sa as H Sisry LINDIAN REVNO-DS Sa':: Mes' EN: 'ee' ': NANCY nswocss L- -Q :cg S' LINDA RICH Govef""'e't JIM RICHARDSON Za aa Gee :gy MICHAEL RC'-IARDSON B :J sg,' HORACE RILEV -:ze 5 E'ec Eag 'ee' 'Q BRIAN ROBBINS 'Ja ES Bus, Ac-- f- svat 3' JAMES ROBB YS :cf "-:'t- Bas cess JUDY ROBBINS ": "c Psycho cgy ELIZABETH RO3ER'S A- -1: A:cc-"t": RONNY RO5ER'S I-:a Cfe R st:'y GARY RO5ER'SON Bas Ac' - eva: :- SI-IERRY RO5E:"SCN .. 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Loulslana Math A-Rf-JUR F SEIFERT Battle Creek, Mlchigan Marketlng 1' Lb ul g--v ' ' X " . fi lfl 4s 85 Qs .p"" Q,- ur" 1' Y rv! '-...A if -C' v -v-S te. , Cold Days Warmed By Companionship DONNIE SELLERS Lake Jackson Bus Admlnistratlon EUGENE SESSOM Fort Worth Accountlng JUDY KAREN SEXTON lrvlng Pre-Law STANLEY SHARP Dallas Mech Englneerlng BRACK SHAVER Knox City Government ROBERT SHAVER Lancaster Mech Englneering ELlZABE'l'H SHEPPARD Arlington Engllsh ROBERT N SHERMAN Arllngton Elec Englneerlng V SHUVVVAY Irving Aero Englneermg KAREN SIDES Garland Psychology Di-'!lD SIEBOLD Fort Worth Malh ED'llE SAEFERT San Antonio EJs Adrnlnlstratlon DLT Sl'fMOl-JS Arllngton Span-sh Er-lO'fAS SIMMONS Grapevlne Com' Englneerlng VIE SWDVORE Fort Worth Math -cf--BERT Q SLAGLE l-larilngton Park Callforma Math ELL SJJSSER Arlnngton Elec Englneerlng ?9L'.f 5' SVARZIK JR Dallas Hlstory R211 St-CE SMARZIK Fort Worth F 'Soc ology Bl-REZI--4A 25 f"OTl SMITH Arllngton Ergl eh BRADLEY lf QV 'H Dallas Cl'-ll' E'Qreef'ng CH!-PLES SMITH Dallas H'8f'ff FRED fl SMITH Vhamert Hlstofy GARY C SMITH Fzrt 'North Acoountlng SENIORS ., 'Qs wx., Wx au. 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Qlfrj Grand Pralrle -ia: .sry fry tvlesqulte :ern -.are 5-sh llrj Fort Worth C-if T5 5,91 llrj Brrdgeport -nca 3-sl- Qxj Grand Pralrle -arr 5-ster QFrj Arllngton Bertfa Butler flfrj Arllngton D:r: : E.tler lScJ Hlllsboro Car B-::s ljlfry Burleson 5-yens QSOJ Buffalo -a,"'n"d T Buzalsl-cy Qlrj Ft Worth Fa- D Byars CFrJ Graham -3-'-ar: Dean Byron CSOJ lrvlng Se- Caoness KSOJ Pllchardson .ear'e Caesar flfrj Arllngton Greg Gag e fFrl Vernon Ga Ca n flrj Fort Worth Kara' Ca n fFrJ loshua Gteue Ca r lfFrj lrvlng ,err,' Ca' fFrj Grand Pralrle H if Ca rert llrj Azle EC: Garreron Url Dallas 3.24 Gaweror fFrj Grand Pralrle Casearcra Carno KSOJ Fort Worth 2.-.a r Carrs 'rj Fort Worth Szceefelt Carwpoell flrl lvlldland I-arrzrl Carnssell KSOJ Grand Pralrle 1'1'fgE-if Canrggell Url AVllFlQKOFl :eg ra Carrcrl 'Sol Cleburne E ,' Cartrel 'Fry Dallas 333-er' Canine-l lFrj LBFTIFBSB '-- C3539 l 'Ffrj Ha-nan Ga" Carden fFrl Fort Worth 2-2 Garcnel flfrl llocona 'irfrrar Carlrqls fFrl Fort Worth 'JZflP'f Carle! 60, Kane. Pa Sara G Carle! 'Frl Dallas 'fa' Ocfa Carres Url Fort Worth 52: r' fl Carnes lr Url Floregvlle Car D Carrlev 'Lrg Mldlarld -Barr, Caraerier GU Dallas Cra ea :ral Carserter 'lg Mesqulte Ga 3 Cars-erler Ur, Marshall 2' 2 ae Carr 'Srl Grand Prarrle Des.,-e Carr, 'FU Frleco Gezrg a Carrz' 'Eel Grand Frame Lrca Carr: '25, Grand Pralrle Cfrfrla Cafe' Cr, Dallas Douglas Car'er 'ffl Fort Worth John E Car'er ':r, Bryan UNDERCLASSMEN Garland Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Lancaster Irving Arlington Arlington Arlington Spectators of the bull-riding competition of the F-'Ill Rocco brave non-competitor who soon finds hirnseif doubling QS a Dust and Wranglers Fly in FIJI Spring Rodeo X- .L-3, N tx' 2 Kay Cas Gait Ce: C, '-' :na Kew Cat' ian Ce-: Kye Ca- Sa-' Cs.. Banners . N' me Ca- N' ZC"9 Den' s C Peter: C R-:-an Cen ACE C..,... L '.'a': Pr- e C .. Ray tra" A Cafe C DSM: C Spawn C Don-a C -N ,AA x -ki vc.: Aft'-..' C ':"'.:.Q X' D A csv: 5- 'ena -xa: Verty C' -s-:'- C Fit-, Cen' s C UNDERCLASSMEN 3. ANA- ... N. CT x 1. O .E ,ph'1'.,.INy.x.,q :M L i fhyff W. ,v . V :.i f,,,.'.--4 :' A l C we ,41x,5,,, A H'-.4 ': 'WA A gg y,rs."F '5'e2:. -C at at ' ' 'fffafs-'29 J'- ." ' n . , " is .V -' ' J. -.fy jf .i ie.. 4'.' . ' I 1 . .P 5 si.f"Q""f7' '- ' ' IAQ-lf... " Two SAB members work diligently posting events for the coming week in the glass marquee near the Student Center. Beth Clarkson CSol Grand Prairie W ey Clarson QFrl Fort Worth Leo-ard Claunch fSol Dallas .a- ce Cla.--'son QSol Kerrville Wayne S Clanson U:rl Kerrville .ames Clay Ufrl Fort Worth 'Jafy Cfay Url Paris Charles F. Clayton ll fSol Fort Worth Linda Cleere tSol Fort Worth James Cle-.ren Url Fort Worth Pat' c a Clifford CSol Fort Worth K C Jerry Kline Ufrl Harlingen Helen M Cochran Url Fort Worth St' ref Cockrell lFrl Grand Prairie C rge' Coe iFrl Hal Cotfnnan fFrl , '! Coffman lFrl Arlington Fort Worth Pittsburg 'f :ree Cogburn lFrl Gordonville Lasse Coragan lFrl Fort Worth La"f Colden Url Fort Worth Cafcf Coe lFfl Fort Lauderdale Florida .af Cole 'Sol Graham V :hael Cole fFrl Dallas 'felfd-ae Coerran iSol Garland 'fizrae Cz ewan tirl Fort Worth U' :fee 'l rf' 'ol Hurst C.-E an 'D -:,a' Co lay !SOl Dafoe Co lay 'lrl .1411 Co ter 'Frl Bos Cal rs 'lrl Cav! Cz. 1 f 'Ffl lam-as 9 Cover ',', B' an Co'z'o' lSzl Davd Ceara 'f 'Eel Cora Czfrafzer Cr, Gail Connei 'fy Patrick Cor-neil! 'Ffl Do ores Connor 'Eel Dalld D Conllaf ',', C uv: - Co - fig fpfl Gr Fort Worth Fort Vlorth Irving Hurst Bonie and Prairie Odessa 'flafahachie Dallas Fort Worth Houston Fort Worth Fort 'North Pharr 36 UNDEBCLASSMEN SAB Marquee Serves As Thomas H. S. Chua Mike Church Ufrl lim Churchwell CSol Richard Cichon Url Brenda Clark fSol Brenda Clark CSol Cindy Clark fSol James B, Clark Url Janis Clark fFrl Julie Clark Url Neil Clark CFrl Ftobert L. Clark fFrl 1 .Q - 1 I , M, A, its et- vi I n v l X511 Malaysia Duncanville Arlington Fort Worth Arlington Dallas Dallas Arlington Arlington Dallas Arlington Sweetwater 'War wa- V , , , ,sf ' -ww Y . ' i 'Tf"Y' ., -3' i,, i. si. . if '.. A vm ,. ax., , JN 5501, .3 l -- s -.+ it - i R X. I fa i X l lx l I Jn- 4-. 'X , . 1 Q. -. -x, V 8 -ff' 'R Convenient Reminder of Events SN ws , 1' . 5 is-4-1 'S -4' af., v wp- ,- n 5 2 - is PN -'N-5. -un.. ff . J HK!! ,A war lv. Sn , . 4. 4 W ' vf , 9 I 4 -v sf v-1 I 5' -.-...4 X Y is In v r I B n 'mx x vw A . v . .V 1 ff wiv A if x 5 -x I 'G .,, . -,1 we ev-'Q 41, e K fm' N. ve r"""h. Q Q'-' 'Qi- R egg A' i J! -1 f it E me ke O -an uf' sr -I U A .- jf- ..- N it 'bi in Q 1 L. T-'Y 5-. Y--. 5,1191 flffff '. ,, .. ,.- ,,, ., 111: ..": CUZ' " , ' .',' I . - f f " ' Q., ff, na, ,f , , M- 1 :. ,Z 5. ffyl, ',,l 'I ,T :15,",5:'9: ',',',f.':' I: .172 5 ' r I fr ' I 1 TJ jf: ,. ,',,,,':' fp fn- f,,.,., fr, , . ,.,.,. 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S.-2 Czxeef La at R G Carve, lECj Ze ea Cafltzf C:.ae,' '72 :vt -'-"" Kertr Ccfeft 'xi LA' Rayncn: Car 'gzz' 'ff :Vi -'-:'t' Jacf '-' Cc.--2' 'fy E:e':::": Pavca Cz.-fe' "iq -an ' Cra'-ee Lee C21 '53 :E'Z hr' Cc: '.', :vt -'.:'t' Nyc-an C31 fx, ::'1 f'-71' Sancra C31 ix, 'f:'ft:--' JE Shar-ngr C31 f.rj -'-2:2 Do.g?es C'as:'ee 'fi .msc " '--ayesfe Fllckwe Cra't FC '- 'Q Mary Cfa Q F1 G'a': 3'e ' e Martha C'a gnea: FQ L' 'gtz' Km Cfane 15:1 Sa as Anson C'e.-fy: ,ffvj '- 'Q Guy C'a.-ford Q ' 1532 G'a": 3'e ' -2 Jgfwa C'a.-.f:': f:'f ::'t -'-31' M -fe C'a.-fgr: F1 -a':este' Steven A Cfeecn 13:3 'Ja as Donna C'e's"e--. fS:f -1-' 'git' Herfy C'-3"SV'E-'-' Q.-3 Da as lenne Cr so ' f 35 as Dane Crssev Da as Lynn C' Ssef 32 E5 Vic-4 Aff' Cfcc-Qett F" ::" -'-:'t' Kafen C'::-4 Q.'f :rt -'-:'1' Revert - C'::-we . 'T 3-' 'Qi-3' Vwctcr CVCSD1- N:'f 5-' 'QZ2' Rex C':ss.-.hte .' l-' -:t:' '- A -...,x . ""-' A--- JNGM5: L,'C:. -E. Nb... e.. :H Fo:-e't C':-:" gf' A 3, .-:...-r. .......-. - . ... -:.-..- . we :'-,.-. H:r5:e C':--- Es' -' 'git' N :'-ee! C':---e f" E 'M 'ces' 5- s:s"s Lean C':---e 5:1 ' 5333 Patty CT.-Ley QS3f L' 'git' Cefci S-e C':: e' F" 1-' 'Qtr' Te-fy C-e e- F' S-ga' -rt Ja'-es Crm' 'gs Q55 '-':-x "e J Lynn CLF' -gs A Ds as Cla'-fm e C---M -s QS:' .fare -e Ca':?e C-" "ye" QSJ' 5-' 'git' R Q Cf' ers" K. 5-' 'gif' Dv.ey"e C-r'e ,'5 Cf?-"5"" Cec' e C33 F0 'N 'Q Saves? C-sn"s'- F" Ee:1:': Cna'!ctte C..s'r"-s- F? 5s:::': UNDEFZCLASSMEN ' N QU-.. -. .. -. . K .. o.. -... W. gy .. W.. -.,.. , :...4,f 5.-N 1... Q N- Sagnnaix fer:-. FW Cleburne -ss -- nv-:sm Q-i nan -:-- ' 'Nz' 'X -N -v"1' DI' P' -Vanta Ga N.: , 4. -: .- X-. '.' -3 faagse " F " Arlington -1 . - ..-.-- C' ..-K ,..J1,. i. ,:e C X 'l -X' 'gt .2:- SS : e - sv. - : e ?.:.: o Q 'Nxxxq 5' -.4" N. '.:b.:..S' N4-W QQ N: 'X S.f fi-5 SS' A' "CZ .-. 'xx ..- -.. N. . -1 -.':- M. A, A .4 K 31 'N:..., xv lab ..-ma 5-...,.. fs' 'N ...,,.,. 2855-5 . lisa :wt Wort' ' . .15 -s In .P.x -rv n. O :.- - .f f ' N'-earns-ri:'c .nn -N ,- ' : '.:- "':-- 5 r' Ar inglgn --.. .e ..... X. . .... ..... . Nt.. I 3 .. . .. -.. L. Dallas A V , 7".X MH s DM" 5 if Dallas ' L ""' ' 52' " ' s Dallas 1 .fi 1 ill 4..,.1 ,iwgsg-Q , v .L Bock pillars, forming an airy mosaic, support the lofty heights of the new Carlisle l-lall and shelter ground floor wanderers from the elements. UNDERCLASSMEN BX vom 3--' John Davies CSol David W. Davis CFrl Guy R. Davis Url loe Davis fFrl Kit Davis CSol Mike Davis fFrl Penny J. Davis fFrl Sandy Davis Url Steve Davis CFrl Robin Day fFrl Jan Debee Url Gail Debruyne fFrl Dallas Arlington Fort Worth Irving Abilene Arlington Abilene Fort Worth Granbury Brownwood Arlington Arlington s.. .bw . 3 ,4 i 3 . 5 Richard Deeds fSol Lincoln, Nebr. Kenneth L. Degel QFrl Grand Prairie Leonard De Grate fSol Waco Sharon De Haes fFrl lrving J. Gilbert De La Garza fSol Eagle Pass Jose Juan De La Garza Url Eagle Pass Sydney Delaune Url Fort Worth Volney Dempsey fSol Arlington Randall Dennis Url Abilene Roger Dennis fFrl Abilene Roy Dennis Url Augusta. Ga. Ben Denny fSol Dallas Douglas Denton fFrl Fort Worth Glenda Deramus Url Dallas Theron A. Derx CSol Hastings-on-Hudson, New York Larry Deshane fFrl Fort Worth 'ss -,Q Env ',. fl- . ' r -.,f Y I' 4 l 6' Q, fl .-3 V 'P 1 New Breezevvay Gffers Welcome Protection Franklin W. Dresser fFrl Brooklyn, New York Patty Devall lFrl Arlington Wayne De Wald CFrl Dallas Bettye I. Dickenson Url Bridgeport Richard Dickerson Url Fort Worth C. V. Dickson fFrl Cross Plains Tommy Dieb fFrl Fort Worth Marthalu Dieterich Url Midlothian Gwendolyn Mayre Diggs Url Bellville Jacqulyn Diggs Url Bellville John C. Dill fFrl Corpus Christi Nancy Dillion Url Dallas David L. Dillon fSol Texarkana Roger L. Dimick fFrl Richardson Michael Dimond lFrl Irving John L. Dobbs fSrl Dallas Gary Dobkins fFrl Fort Worth Royce R. Dodd Url Tyler Alvy Dodson fSol Arlington Richard Donaldson Url Dallas Patty Donnell fFrl Graham Mary Anne Dooling fFrl Houston Richard L. Dorsey fFrl Mesquite Diane Doskocil CSol Arlington George Doty CFrl Irving Linda K. Doty Ufrl Grand Prairie Don Douglas fFrl Carrollton Julie M. Douglas fFrl Arlington Mike Douglas fFrl Arlington Sheila Douglas fFrl Fort Worth Loyd D. Dowd Url Arlington Steven M. Dowd QFrl Arlington Delbert Dowdy CSol Sweetwater Danny Dowell fFrl Fort Worth Bonine Doyle Ufrl Arlington James G. Doyle fSol Arlington Stephen Doyle fFrl Arlington Hollis Drake fSol Fort Worth Fort Worth Deborah Dreiling Ufrl Jeff Dreskin Url Fort Worth Vicki Driggers fFrl Arlington Bill Driver fFrl Grand Prairie Don Driver fFrl Everman Gary Duckett fFrl Joshua Rosenell Duff fFrl Ferris Roy Duggan lSol Hurst Elizabeth Duke CSol Arlington Larry Duke CSol Irving Gary Dulgar fFrl Irving Pam Dumesnil fFrl Haltom City Lydia Ann Duncan fFrl Irving Gordon Duncombe Url Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada Bruce Dundas Url Denton Durline Dunham fFrl Dallas Bill Dunkin fFrl Fort Worth Angela Dunn Url Winnsboro QQ I ...N :js K ff" v Tig? 5 -it - 'QAM ' ' x 1' is fu cg ,,,, -rw. TN' hr' :sql X as sl. IN ,.. .. fx' P, ml I I LANL? A A libs? S94 T4 , .--l 4.-. fr.. I , V x f. , aint, -IQ 1.1.-.f Qilliitl UNDERCLASSMEN During the stagecoach competition of the Flll Flodeo, spectators witness the sandwiching of a dozen Delts into the confines of a small VW J:,' D-" flrj Arlington .a'r, D:s":'e 1F'j Duncanville ".a'c,' Dxtcr flrj Dallas 3' : Dxtoo fFrj Dallas L'ge fe Dxccn lFrj Arlington Ex: A Dxram ISOJ Dallas - fca 3,5245 jr, Corpus Christi 33. Daszyfsf fSCJ Arlington Gag' D.-fork' ' flrj Fort Worth .a",' Dye' 'xi Duncanville '-.e ca Sfass 'FQ Waxahachie .""y Eais '32, Arlington Sea: a Eag a Fri Garland ." Eaje 'Jr Dallas F ,, 2 ,:" H' :arrest .ri Fort Worth fare' . fa--. c Uri Dallas .awee Ea f.,': 'Sol Dallas fa", East :Q Arhngton ,aft I- zaetzxr 'Soi Dallas De.-1 it fave' 'Q .r lirj Dallas .ary Eaztewczc 'Soi Huston : Eaa' a': 'ri Dallas fra. Eatz' Hr, Arimgton Sari! Ecozr 'Fq Albany Daw, ' E 'Wards 'Sol Dallas "Trai ' Ecrrzniazf QPU 'wing E.je'a H f nurse Cf, Da,laS 31' ECA! E ',', Ar ingfgn 3',"2 E Z' ',', Grarbgry C' , - ,, Grard Prairie 'f' E CE' le, 'fgf ffiey L, - -9, 'f, 1 -'11 E e""a '23, Fort 'North :ct ' Garland Cay 5 " Fart North .a", Z 2" 'fr i-larnlrri 'L'-aaa ir' ' Cc, Fcrf llofth C2 Q E 2 Crard Fra rig Zz' E a lfarafieid 'fi' 2"2 Vane? Qld :at Ei 5 , Dallas UNDERCLASSMEN ,J ,gvf I 1 , -. 2. .aw- Cv l " i ,nn J", if "V S. X ,. f fans-l f 'Til' t i ,- rr- ,n x , . , -- Ya 'fl 1-4 lbw' Q'- ...f s lim X Y 'U' 5 9.62 uvx gr' 4 ' I L I . N UNA- 'eww A 44 . t . "fr tugs? '. 1 gf: ,. M, ,Q L QNX. .sr 3 'L 'R lack Farris lr. 'Z - C 'Q' ' if lv 'Q' tl X X if 4-25 fr" I kt sv' . f e 7 I L ' ,it .13 x Q-' Y S fl: "'r 4' fr r Q- 1:3 f 310' N ' 'X x N.: 'Ev :::fa- -i-- f .-Q .-':-:- . "1 1 l-1' I Q':",,' ,1,:,,'l f ,. r :4 1 ' 55:5 1 f. ,-- , , 1 . ,I f I A , F, ., gan , L. f- ,. e,-, . ta- Jr c. 4: 5' V'-ef Q Q .Jf I 4. .. 'P Fate' -1' ': . .Z L' :. if , .,. ,. :.'f e ea ' 11. az ee Fra" 'F' "" 1 2 -' f f-,Le 1 g., ,a . J- -. O dessa Students Enjoy Afternoon Pastimes Rebecca Faughn CFU Dallas Larry Faulk CSOJ San Antonio Curtis Faulkner CFU Fort Worth Jerry Fl. Fawcett Urj Denison Thomas D. Felty CFU Lancaster Bill Fenton CSOJ Fort Worth Jayne Ferguson fFrj Albany Suzy Ferguson CFO Cleburne -vg 'NQ..x... 'o mi. ,mg.::2az.xo, 913. 4' Pzti' af , ?.-Qfjil . ' ' Q- xff ' 3' xcsiif ' 'AIEQ Y. if-4 '4 35s it 'i ' fail? Z 'Q i t ra was . V - r 1 I 5weewQwwiMiw"7.aeff5 - ft ' ,J - " . ' - - .ny ff-'f'rA-A . ,L Q 3.x . - .bi -. f 5- f"!s3S"""!E .., .- -' x" - A' ' f , is . A -., 7 . Q. - , . K- I gt I- 'I t ln spite of the warning sign, Pachl Hall dwellers 'cite' on the oo" :'a'::"y. UNDERCLASSMEN 3 "' fx. ' ,- X - s.. 4. .. ..vuk. X.. 1 ' -s -x' :.. N. ,.1... X., X, ,. ..'b,t' '. -' 'r nifsm 5" X' -1 E... Q ' 5, ,Q ' -.' cb x- ,Q -5 .Cb . x, ,, N,'x' ' A If -,: sr :mfs - ,Sc 3'a'e 'f S5 :est sw 3 FM: - 551' -X Ce tif ' :-:,.. -N '25 as S: - W" SQ Fr: .'.:':H -,. - - ---' ff Nam N:-N " k ' 'K' S. :': '.'.:':" N1 : - :--.,.-. -. ,qw ""x.v-. SW 5 - 5123? 'fx K' ::' -xg'-- - H-by -' -X-' rg!" jf - - LN " -' .e:Ks::': - . - , ,. :J Q'e': 31 'e -K----ff- - 1. 1-- -r ,-xr: ' Arun -T-. .Z --'T . bi, v '--'V - - -.: De ies lv Q A, ,-Cvfv. -. ., 35, H. F' aft X'.'c'th Q.-:--:- L :- .: If 34, .,C.:- ' :'::s :W Fr: '.'.o':' Set. ::': ff Fcft '.'.:rtP' Sy- ---- A413300 fx -- . :. De' as :"' -""'C F" Hwst ' ---H f-'--H -' Tess, te -if-.r 3 ::'s.1" '.'7 :'t '.'.'o'th E QS: '.' feral H'.e-Hs , fa rw Afwzcmo 32-1 as -:ss 9' ' a '1 Home S-.- W. e' A' 'wgtcrw ::::'t D ::ste' 'Sc' Fart 'F-'ofth :va : fiste' 'ru ng S, ' ,T ':- Fart 'North .few to Ve aiess of the Q- f-an fy,-,J , , Q,-L,,p,p 4 J J- .1 uf J-Jfa 4 D ' u 5 v- r C' '51 'CfE"Z':' 'JEGCE l , , p ' , Mew' xv G rand of C C' CO'9'E CZ'Q'E- Q 'Q H if! 3'JQ5','fe'5 S'9:' "' Z ZZ' 3"f52'CE UNDERCLASSMEN Karen Fouse lFrl Shreveport Dennis Fowler Url Mexla Gay Fowler Url Fort Worth Kathy Fowler fFrl Grand Prairie Lynn Fowler tFrl Venus Barton Fraley QFrl Fort Worth Debbie Francis fFrl Fort Worth James Francis Url Bedford Cindy Franklin fFrl Waldron, Ark. Cris Franklin CFrl Grand Prairie Mike Franklin Url Garland Flochelle Frazee CFrl Dallas Anni Fraizer CSol Hurst Deborah Frazier CSol Arlington William Frazier Url Terrell James Freel CSol Dallas Cynthia Freeland CFrl Godley Charles Freeman CSol Hurst Dale A. Freeman fFrl Grand Prairie Earl Flay Freeman fSol Fort Worth Phil Freeman fFrl Dallas Ann Fridrich fSol Dallas Gay Friess fSol Arlington Russell Frey Url Arlington Walt Frisby Url Garland Kenneth Frost fFrl Dallas Aaron Fry fFrl Arlington George E. Fulbright fFrl Hurst Carol Fulcher lFrl Waco Gerald Fulkerson Url San Antonio Donald T. Fulton CSol Arlington Dwayne Furqueron Url Mesquite A4 U' ti Eg 32 xg 1 ' J N Campus Mall Scene of Never-Ending Activity 50' if Qx 'N xbv wma -G, ,4- tar Lam! D Ga ora: Flick Gald- ffl L25 Hayfncac Ga ':: f Randal. L Ga' a--.al Flay Br :get Ga"': Sharon Ga"':'e l And'ea Ga" fF'l Gary Gansei Url 3 Parn Gent fS:l Flcnr-le Ga': Qxl Chris P Ga': Fri Sue Gare-e' Q51 Randy Ga' ana Q." Lynn Gar'etSC" fc Tents Gare: QS:j Olie Garriscn ffl Fresie' :-4 W Garza Osca' Garza Q.'l Vctcr Garza Q31 Kea Gask as QF" B ii Gas:a'e-4 Fi Racer: E Gate:-:: Danny Gafit Url Kim Gay Url vw we ss' 2 -. ual ,...,i B A .- c::x Gazzsla 5: i-ie':e': Ge:-tant: Rese Geasw- ' T..'D" Ge'a': :'l R::e't Ge'g ' E Ala' L GS-'aa . -N Have Ge':- X I Seb Ge..r: Qjrl lQ:.:'- V - G :rs ' -....L- L. ... x. Dev d G CSI' N:'l '- Debt e G ascn gl at Vx Peggy G osrr- K,-1 Sue Gibscn Q37 lava G :cess Url -x State G cdeas QS: UNDEHCLASSMEN 3 v e 4 v 0 .-na., 4 Q. s 735' 4 Student Center lunchroom frequenters celebrate the Yuletide season with an -nusuewy-decorated tree and a spirited distribution of candy and good cheer. Mary Godfrey Url Arlington Jeanne Goerte Url Smithfield ,eff Gaines Url Whitesboro Vathy Goldring Url Fort Worth Delrna Gonzales fFrl Marfa Richard Gonzales fSol Garland Ti-.e"fa Gonzales fFrl Marfa Ex: Goodfnan fSol Hillsboro 2 Gary Goodyear !Sol Fort Worth A., Grafton Gordon fSol Fort Worth ' lfennetlw Gordon fSol Richardson Et rlef Gorman fSol Arlington f , 'V Gayle Gorsich lSol Fort Worth P ws., Corzfarioe Gostas lFrl Dallas t L v IP ,ar Go? Url, Lubbock ,ar Gott '20l Arlington N 3 l Gorieret i3ol Tulsa Okla if ' 'lv 321 Coyne Url Arlington ,rw 'arf Grady Url Oqlesby "f f-rafft Url Graham A ev Gratari 'Ffl Gatesville .tc f 'Q f. f'71 ' l 374 LJNDERGLASSMEN Craig Gifford Url Richardson Frank Giles CSol Bedford Charles Gill fFrl San Antonio Larry Gill Url Arlington Michael Gilleland fFrl Walnut Springs Michael Gillert fSol Athens Michael Gilley Url Springtown lohn Gilligan fFrl Irving lack Gillis, lr. CSol Arlington Susan Glass fFrl Arlington Steve Gleason Url Dallas Albert Glenn Url Gainesville Steve Glenn fSol Dallas Brenda Glidden fFrl Naples, Fla. Q Us is qs: a lb- 'YL if S.: ui be fi ef, -7,5 it ' --- L 6, 3 'Z N-v , Xt 'e V sw as 3 ws, ov, 1' ' qs-4-' N.. ixtw.. .l Yuletide Spirit Blossoms Amid Dishes and Din i -W. . I' 1 -3 3' rd I X 1 m,l .f-s GIF -1 X01 Q:-1-r ' ,. fn? ,, -S W.. ,, , I ff l.. " 4 I' K 2 xg, J 1 pr W an A-v 'r V. 3... A4 Ab S gs.- 4,- ef- -Q. inn- if. -4 . ,NX I Q v F. sf ?" 'rf 'FST 'ur C11 -4- .IAA f' 1 .nv- U 'TZ' TY x W . xr . C' ' iff Na fi- ? X, wg- I ,' J ff 1, ra ' 1 E25 fJ'7:' 'le 35:1 'I ,J'F:z '.",f "':, flfz 1:'.': fa .J "" :ff 'Z iff: fJ'l:f "' Z ', ' ". f '. ' f .1 ef',f. Maj ., .ln fire, "1 ff, ' 1 ,F:'.f fJ":':' ',', Ga' G'ef: 5' f ,, f : vrafgjl Jnirn 1 92" 'hee' ',, La a Due e G'ee'e 5' L' 91-"Q a G'ee'e' , fr- Dawif G'ee' :I le a Grefa G'-ee' '22 2" "' V tfiaeie Gfee' 'f ' '. Te'rf Cree' 'Ffa . Gifde G'eg2',f 'X ' , -'-' 'e ae" e"e" Davei G'eg2', '32, ::" Be'i,e" ' G'ee'a" '32, f'2:f-" Ei EE' G' u ' 1,52 F14 'I' ' Vaf2e Ge',' G' 3 ' I , G'e' e Hose Gout' '32, 52" -'-1 Hive G' ut' '52, '.'e':e:' 'la Sus e GW' to '32, :e 2 Joe Gr"-es 'Fw Ca::2 '-' s Michael D G' 'es 'fm Za a Te'fy Grifes fF'j East' : Te"y G' sso" ffm Dxca-. e Mike G'o:e fxj -52' 'S Betty Grcfc! fri Da as George Grebe' '73 332' Ernesto Goa y Q11 Cal C: -': a Tho'a Goc"'.r'os f.'J J-' 'STI' Feiioe Gue"e'o .r f.'3 -e'e:: Roger Gsess QSQJ F:'t -'-':'t' Bobby Gsest QFVE :oft -'-:'1' Ralph Gal eg. fS:fi E- ess Erlynne Gfte' Qrj C:'s :e'2 Harvey Gathfey fS:Q Sa' -1"t:' Kerifeth Hacker QS:f, E--'es:' Onhei a HaF4"e' QS:f Gai.: Hebei Haga' Qkf fer: -'-':rt'- Sosan Hagani .FQ A' -gt:- John Hagemar- QF1 :cf -'-':'t Geo'ge Hahn Qi? 'Je-':' 5 '-2" Ka'en Haff' QSCD ::'t '-'-:" Vick: Ha'd-k LFP, -1"'a' Roi-ag Hee V0 " " Vvgrw a L-ia e Fin -a-:aeer Briaw Hale-5 Qfi '-. 'Q Karen Ha'e5 QF"i --'st New '-4ai4:'d ff' Ia as Cha'!es Ha' 15:3 ::'t -'-:'t' Cieatus '-4a F4 S:"gZ:--" i-i.,gii v Heli 33 as Jessie Hal' J' i S:"gt:-we l.ai"y Hail yi 'e-xa'1e'a Linda Ha. MFG :si -'-:':- Nancy Hai Q53 C:":e Tommy Ha i Ui 5e:::': John Halier LFG Zeiss Norman H51 Qi :vt '-'-:'Z" Marsha Ha"b'1:-Q QSCN 'N 'Q UNDEHCLASSMEN 37 jp- -,--- 2' A- - .e N-,..: ,to :,,.w.,.., V. e . -.-'is- Q -... sqm.. '35 .S "J" TS" SCN :ST 'f-NT Nix-I -2: -t... -X. 1254... . ,. or ..... ., :,.,-x '.'. ,e s . 'ix o . X ..... :, sv. l-V -':. .- . . , . -s.. :T 1 5 9 -1 H-, SCX "V: 'A:.:r- -5 .. asa: ::.: 'L-icq., .'. ' -ss: :R Ss" Da les Ni-. -3-3 A, -atim :K - -sos: rl Da' as e -so e 'X Pars A -sw as ,Sf 5e:'crc - -so as Sf Da as . f -5"-los Sc' Dallas Se: , -ana Frl EL. ess fer: s -ewes kF'l Cleburne L-3'g.'. "'5"s:n xFr'l Sa:-amentc Cal tornra -t. e ease' ,Sol Horst .::. -s':e Fm Fort Worth SZe.e -5-:" Ssl Chattanooga Oklahoma S..ss' '-src.-. ca XSQW Dallas T' : '1a'g'cte ASN Dallas 235'-'a -argrcte LFG Lancaster Ca-: ,- S-on Harlan QSQJ Arlington ,:e -a"e QSCD Mlneola Sa", -a'r"an ffl Lubbock Starm-.e Harmon LSOJ Arlnngtorl E em: h4a':e' Sol Odessa -amen. '-4a':er QSQJ Abllene .a"es g Harper Url Salphuf Sprungs '.' -fe HE':O'd LU Grand Prairle ' aw D Harrell Ufrj Cleburne LH- E l-lafrfs fSoj Fort Worth Eeft, P'JE'l'.S CSOJ Fort Worth fer -ans KSOJ Conroe 3' 3 r'1ar"s fSoJ Dallas 52, 'af' s Wrj Fort Worth 3::e'1 '-'af'-s VS-cy Kaufman 2" -'arr 'Eel Seagonlle " "1" 'xy Mansfreld Cam "avec '22, Hurst Luglae 'Jan 2 Garland 376 UNDEFHCLASSMEN f' xl Y ,.. 'QI I" qv,- 'Z7 ""f" 41 .1 aah ,, rg A qv- fw, ,'. N qv-v X' as rv v ,-N V lo 'R C, 24-- x."' Z' X?-if ,... , -,- ,, ,M Q-w'4-H :- f . F - fl' 'X if Hx 1 f .rf , -M, ff 'ff 'W' in ,A ' 9 .1-en., 'L.tz.i"-wer ' 5 K t 9 ' yf'1g. -ye - 9 R' 45' ng' uh vrzyizv , 4 , kv-gwqf, ,- ,..f,, -..-.-1. ,Q-, -- "3 .J L la i ,"' ' -4 . . we -.H 9, ' 1" ' '.-a-. N' ,rr 4 'Y ' ,,'.., ,. U " 'Q' ' ' , 4 .-5.10. U. J.. '. ,nkf9,q',g!-A323 9- Qlis.. 1:.a.'f'A'...L-s5'. JAVA -'. D' ', 'Q -abs 1!!.'-lQ."Ad' .fit Two coeds enjoy the utmost in unpredictable Texas weather as they stroll ' x'LIOl X . E ' Q I I 5 r' r 'And You Say It Was 900 Here Yesterday? 3 J gr , r P- ,I '., rp. -o n . A I as A ' X V 3 f l , s 'E' ' ' - A' ' I Q Sl'f..35l"x, , - 0- V A f J 4. ' 7 Z 5 Q N . J y K- ' .. 5 S 4' wi. s.,Q2' x F r A.,e e n r K i -3 rp s. I gr: E ' u--- 'E' ek f If X 1 f i XJ, rl ' r r if: If w ,W ix ' ff' E W ug f me ' X " X 49771. W Q Ffa.. r Y r 3 :- ' . 9 , N.'a.,xxhs5ihV r ' 'N 294' , W B L T5-'?,.y 'wg' - , wr - w 22, . .,3,,,, .N,- ., -r""rf 'Q Q 're' Sf'-of-.k-.q.e Y- wma., 3-Q at M B 1-Q N fe. L . A . A s ' X f Axxsl . Li Q' !f: 2' ' -9' . M .iw -acl!" X: ' 4 x 'Q ...... . r .R K ,ayamv-M: . , Q 1. A-9, it-...g.lz l:A.N:L?.ax Q n X . , - .'-:B:f:-,.,. ,,.:..n f- F-.b"f?k,'-.Ar-' Q through the year's first snow-fall-which followed a warm February day. r i V E ? X I J' fl r , r 1 r 1 a ,win 1 r- ":5 1 1 ' 31:- 4 fllf, an . ,,-1,.,., 1 'l, ':'z':, V' " ,'. ,. ,- ,,. , . 4 , , in 4 , Lax 'J J f:, ". fin, .W ,WI ,.,:.., S, ,::": - :fr Er: ' a. gf: f ' "Ei v 1 ' "V 1 Before "'af.f f-',.'.' PF: L' inf ' ', '," K. , Gafcrc f "amz Le e Jnrrf -1e,'e3 ': L' 'Q' Fcger '-'afee Le a Beware "a,'f:. ' Pc" e -'a,'ee 512' T5'?:ZfE' -'eye ' Doral: G -:-lr: 3a:': Nancy Ha,'.'.-71 'f .'. fs s. I 9 2 -5- , V... Bobby F-rea: 'Scar G'e': :'e 'e ""' Q ' Charlotte Heatf Sc, 'Ja' :': ' e ,L , M f e 6 4 x ! . 'qw ,n 'Q X 9 Mollre He H15 E:.'. e Bail Werse QFO -5' ""' 7 . 2 K . N .. any , 2-' x 4- . Q-f, Dcretta He se QF1 I-' -gt:- 'W A! Mary Helo ag QS:f :yt '. " xfxf wt-li? Sflfpait . Erv- ly Fe "' Q77 ::': ' Monroe Hein Fr? 1-' ' fuk' V R X . in wi ,- Q S 'V v - w Terry ,e " xF'J ,a 5.5 Naureer' Haze' XSS :rt A-'t' UNDERCLASSMEN 377 -s":'ee f'i x N --... . - k-y' Era . -Q" ng-xay :,-, ..-...-. -0 ,X .' JNJS "5"CS'SS" 5 s xxx '.'. "5 .1 b. kb. 3-:'f' "awe-'s:" f' N, ..,,,..Mee QQ " I -X' 'wgtgn -X' 'Sion kph Af ,.--in t 1... Da las JCR M595 yi MN :'th C."-rn tt :W ' -en: e. jc' Guess Us r e Ss V. -en::' NSS' F:'t 3'-'o'th S:e.e -e'::" 5:7 Hereford fee" -'sac' :-tscn fd Ar 'ngton 5 . . Hens' x f' -Nvlington 33? : e -'enes-ey f -'vl ngton E e' -en en. N551 Ari ngton -LM' "9"'y k:'l Saginaw 33, -fe"S ee frl irxing .T x e --ans el. gl Fort Worth ewes "rss" fry Dallas .'. ea' -'anscn gl Grand Saline C '4:': -4-entncrn ,Jrl Corsscana -xa'e' Hamer: ,Sol Arlington :nn '-4e"'a":e: Ljrl Dallas :ayncna Hernandez QFO Olton tg--5 r-'e're'a ilfrj Fort Worth fix hx I 1 E Q-ff-r C' Q-1 fl' 'iv' '-:.'f 'Nl S., 1' -X " is -an 1 v- " , 1 - n,4.,, ,, . . 'Ng s 1. .. X r f ' .Xt .-,,.- K' f' ' x 111 XX'-"'.'.'h' Q .uk-, p 33- Y 5 ! N, -,a X i al " R ,:,-5, , . . w. ' Y Q t ,S I, v H 5 X X! grae ..Q.., 5--H 5, 1 , '34 .A ff if It 4 JA. Kappa Sigma racks up another first as Harvey Guthrey wins the soggy crowd's dismay with his faulty egg catch at the Flll Rodeo Games. I 1 anne Her'-ara lSoJ Fort Worth Gary H Herring C501 Sachse Barre' Henngton fFrj Arlington Da' Harnngton fSoJ DeSoto Carzlye Herrmann fFrj Arlington '-'e':e't N Herrmann fFrj Arlington 01,1 Harley lFri Dallas 3."j Hescr G01 Richland Hills 'f fa '-'ever Url Merkel Boa -'area Wm Fort Worth Eaf r-'maze 'xg Euless Don H gg 'a Uri Hooks Janes Higg 'E 'FQ Irving Kay Higgffla ':', Fort Worth E Ed Htghtoffff' lr 'Soy .rrrry H-lger iFr, Fort 'North Haltom City UNDEHCLASSMEN as 4' has ..- '34 L, I 7 X tl Ns R -Q.. . 11-fn , . Q 'Ps X. Q 1- 4-4 ,.. f... in-5 iff iff!-1 ii. SJ '31 C,,:,, ,. f' zy,-an fly, ,, H f ,a f -rf-tltl , ,. V ff p4 fi, 721- ,521- - ' "4 " NaCl f-' ' ', , H ,lla 'dan' ra " I Ian hz.- L 'Ca fall: " ', fr," 'farf,arf:' L " '.', V 'era he u pa- ,, 4 fr. ,-,.,.- P a Ea 1' 2: ,Y Ffcmf' -' I-', r- v pflfw, ., l I i ,ja 4. 4 , A , ,arrlra H l ',',, f Hua 1:1 H ,' '5 EZ'f:"1P: " ' C" J 52 f " ,o rl 'Ca 'Fm e' I-"', par H ,ca 'ffl - r- Qt 1, Foul Weather Falls to Darnoen Afternoon Fun Bruce Hlnes fFYl Barbel lBeoel Hrnol Rlchard Hlnson 1521 Mlke HobSOn fFrl Honnle Hoe nghaue Davld Hoellfe fFr1 Tom Hoenlg lFrl Larry Hoes lFrl Charles Hoey CSol Bernard Hoff fFrl Da as asa 'So, Fort Nzrtr Da as Da est re 'LU Fa " e 'J Arllrgtcf A-f fgze- "'.'5f Vrrera "Je 5 Gra-1 Pre r e Danny Hogsett Url 9a":a Janet Holcomb fFrl Eu ess Karen Sue Hollck fFrl Waco James V Holland fSrl Da' as Marvln Holland lSol lr-4 ng Sherrie Holland CSol Brownwood Kathleen Holler fFrl Dsana Hollowell Url F571 'l'l'OfT" Fort Wort' Howard Holllnger lSol Arl Mgt:- Hazel Holllngsworth lSol I-r' ngtor- Benme Holloway Url Irv rg George Holman fFrl Dai as Ronme Honeycutt Url Fort Wort" George Hood QFrl vw-rg Gary Hooks lSol '-'CK nney Plerce Hooper Ufrl lrv ng Carl Hoover, Jr Url Dallas Jerry Hoover CSol Sam Hoover Ufrl Gary Hopklns fFrl James Hopklns Url Robert Hoppe Url Nancy Hopper fFrl James Horn Url Ar ,r-gtof' Topeka. Kan Euless Fort Wort" Gadewate' Vu eshoe Waco Blll Horton fSol Ao er-e Erme Hornton CSol Arl ngtc' Tetsuo Hosaka Url Tokyo Jana' Karen House Url Da? as Kathy Houston lFrl 'rvng Katt Lots Houts fFrl Gar'ar:: Rita Hovend CFrl Fort Wort'- Andrew Howard Url Def as George M Howard Url Truth c' Consequences N 'J Florence Howdershet QFrl Grand P'afrle Phllllp C. Howell Url Dallas Jrl Patrick L. Howrey Q Ronald Hubbard lFrl William Hubbard iSol Hoyt Hubbell fFrl Charles Huber Url Don Huber lSol Fred Huber CSol Wy 'S Fo't Wcrtl' Dallas G'a"am Arllngtgn Grasevl-e Irving Floy W. Huchtons fSol Galoesv-lle Sammie J, Hudglns fFrl Cleburne Andy Hudson Url John Hudson lSol Dallas Fort Worth UNDEHCLASSMEN 3 9 Service Contest l-leraldeol bv Well-Placed Sign NX -Q fl: t ui U" ll 'Q 'viii Ann Huff fFrj Fort Worth lan Huff fFrJ Fort Worth Vivian Hugghins CSOJ Ennis John A. Hughes fFrJ Arlington Donna Humberd Url Fort Worth Sally Humes fSoJ Greensburg, Pa. A hard-to-overlook sign advertises the annual school-wide, penny-a-vote Beauty and the Beast contest sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity, which this year netted more than 51000, contributing toward a special fund for a campus mall fountain. Dusty Hundt fFrj Arlington 'fel-sea Hundt CSOJ Arlington Q Pccert Hunnicutt iFrj Fort Worth y Q Ke' Hunt !Frj Hurst 'A "'l I-fge'a Hunter Url Fort Worth :- Martha Hurley ISQJ Grand Prairie Barbara Hurn fFrj Waxahachie Huey Hutcheson Url Grapevine David Hwean iS-oi Dallas Phil Hutso' 'iq Grand Prairie Jerry Bona 1' Hyde flrj Fort Worth 1 Bruce Hyce' G01 Dallas Penny Ingrarr. 'Sci Dallas Peggy lreson C321 Dallas lim lr-on fSoJ Dallas David B Isbell fini Irving UNDEBCLASSMEN Russell Hummel CSOJ Grand Prairie fb' Q' ,P fm ,:- K r. Ja' 14- . "' f l':'s ,QI flaw, , , :ml 0,131 ' f5i'l ' 1- . "' V ---'I ff ' , ,Lf ,, Je", ,aff-,f, f, . 15' ':Y ,1:',r',f,f ' . I . mf, c,:, 'e"wL"'f, 'I I . ,ryfl ',:,',.2,', , 1 ' , ,,,,,I, ,,,',.:, , f ' I. jfif 'g:f',.L,l V '11, ffifff: .e'.fv,- J. '.' V zz, lgzfizz., ff ,H l."Zf: -", 'G r 4--- ,U ,-,:.,:: J'1f', 525: fr' ,Sgr-'pr 'T, 1 , , .,. ,. , I'-" :-uf.-. ", , 1 F -. .. ,,, ,-2, ,A lan, If 'en ,:., 3,2 .Ile 1 I I ,1 1:3 L. ' UM" ,a"f:', " :,,. .fn 4 ll' V ',':gr: lawn. .I v- ' ": 'h'f"'Y 'f" , rJ'E"l 9-2 1 wwf Q .v...,, f, H v -1 - , ' F' .3'f:1 "df M 'I '.'. D816 ,af'f,-- "l, , U fjgx, :J ,e,,,:.. fl, aHu.L 9 P55-eri 3 env- "f , ft- 1, ,' I-iff? ,a5'ef.e,' 'gl my ,ye .ug ,atf A655165 ':. ., U, , Ban! -9" 'Q I: 4 -I: Cna' ee ,ew -1 ":, ".' ' 1 ll D' c ,ew-5 'I' :,,. ..' Dfngff G 'e,- ,CE :, -2 , , ,- Sfexef ,e-- -gc ':, 5, , , .. Larrlf ten- ga, '-.Y - . , , .. Jose jmgrez 'JJ :F D319 ,559 'Sf . v 'I rl ": 'effy use Zn :--' ' .4111 RODEVT .3-'S '53 2 .:- Shefre .crfs 'S' :,,. 'I' A Q 'J 4 ll ff Ioffsaf '-' :,,. Barb e job-nggq 'U 3 ,,-M ,' 4 , 1 , Chfves ,ohnsy 'ggi :Cf Cwtxs .cP"sc" 7, fu-, GB' lO?"15y- 'Pj ' 32' Gary Jcvwsy- frj -.' , V - J: Hwy Jonfeof 'Fr :-,. - , .V . . .. Jumrr-Ng T A.,.-,,,. --V ,- el ,, , ,., , Jw ' - ' J 'Ja O V7 ,cH"s:,'- ,r x.: 3- J0h""2v' L .:"s:" 'ff A ..- . , - June Jofmso' 'Sgr L. -- La1Ua"GB -O""sc' 'S:? :AH .'.: Laufervce .:'-53- :J :-,- . .--, - . .. MB'ge :O""5g- fs-c, :-f. I X '-'. -. . na Mme ,cr-Sy 'irq -.2 - . .,- Fiona e Jo'-sy 'I-' :-,. , , . - . .. Ron gg:-f-SC.. 5:1 C L : X' H Wan! .C1""s:" 'Si A -.. N V1 ,Q M122 .:"'-s::- '.-'. -. . K ' -13 F?':'wa'c .: 'er Lf, -.z A'C'9-'- .:"es 'S-' :.,- ' i k " -.1 ll BE'DB'E ,QFQS 'Cr' :sn , . , . .. Bi .ofes QF-R -- H N ' -.1 D 3 .res N,-, -, B326 ggwgs LPA -x: GET- K .res ' :ull Gfeg .3-eg Q53 -: James .':"es I-N :-,. Y' . . .. Law !C'es fd ',., L 'Cb' .cafes L.-W 1 Mrs J:-as QA 2--- NE"CN .ewes 'f-2 : ,.". A j I X . . vv pa- -C"9S UPN N: Rc: " 1:"es Q53 A -3 Ruih .res LPA x, 559959 - Jc"es QS:' T. Debbi' .c':a' FW :ag ... Cathieen 5-33 'Fri' :-I.'f.' x .. . uv, Ph1Wlfp ,bevge-5 4:4 -,: Kew Iuwcek QF-3 Q: Mfhael :uae-Q 4.4 xl Cather fe :4.s: ce QF-w gy: Nr., UNDEFXCLASSMEN ,I Ph .cn E' : Ka n QSM Phoenix Ariz, ' '3---'-5 Ka an Qrl Arlington -ete KE- ay ,l-rl-N Homestead. Flat G 1 Q Y , M. Ia. : me -s Krr, Waco A ,bv A -xa'e- Karnes xSol Grand Prairie 1 4. Sly! I ox 1'--sse mer' gl Fort Worth V X l 3.5--5, Kan 5 frl Grand Prairie v ..-- e 3 -xas:e'g ,Sol Garland 'sw gtk if 0 , W, S52 -A " Q ' , E -xeste' rQrl Grand Prairie ': -xatryce gl Belefleld. Ger. '-'ax Kettne' ,Frl Corslcana .a.w:a: Kev-asnv QSol Jordan A -enry Kearny Qlrl Dallas 'V ' V' ,EL Wa Ie' Keasler Url Irving S 'rn -ieatng tFrl Fort Worth State- Da e Keefe QFrl X Grand Prairie . K, Dat c Keen lFrl Dallas Ketny Keeton lFrl Arlington Ps l e Ke :ri QFrl Fort Wortn -, 3 ana Ke ey lSol Dallas ' 5'ac'::rc J Kelly QFrl Arlington f Vary Kellogg lSol Dallas N' G en Keify QSol Fort Worth :valor W Kelly lSol Dallas Ga"y L Kemp lSol Whltesboro V chael Kemp lFrl Dallas telco Kempff Url Fort Worth , D eco-f Kernprf fSol Fon Worth A 1 LAW' "' Crar otte Kendrick fSol Dumas W 1 tv Deborah Kendrick lFrl Arlington Dinan Kennedy lSol Sedalial, Mo. N' cnael D, Kennedy fFrl Dallas Eouine Visitor Reminiscent of 'Good Dlol Days' Nancy Kennedy fFrl Arlington Curtis Kent CFrl Mesquite Kenny Keown fFrl Arlington , T ,R A. Tim Kerbow lSol Gouldbusk : er 6' ' "' M 4 James Flonald Kerr fFrl Dallas l, V' ,.. Lllllan Sandra Kerr Url Dallas A Nancy Kerrlgan lSol Irving A'Flee Kersen Url Arlington 'lark Kessel Url Fort Worth Marcia Key fFrl Grand Prairie Plcky Keyson fFrl Waco ,. , 1 RCDBVU Kiley fFrl Jacksonville. Fla, ' "' 4' Linda Killian fFrl Grand Prairie 1...- plCb3Yd Killian lFrl Richardson C' Marilyn Klllman fFrl ' Oklahoma City, Okla , , ' Q ck Kimbrough fFrl Dallas Harold W Klnard fSol Belton "N" :leger Klnard Url Dallas tri Blly King fFrl lrving A Ca'o' Bonrrlan King lSol Lancaster Gary Klrg lFrl Fort Worth .ZL- Gerry King fFrl Farmersvllle .of-of King lFrl Bedford L 1 ,, .ce 9 King fFrl Mesquite ' 'larr K ng fFrl Irving 9a"ona King Url Dallas Sf-aorer K-ng fFrj DeSoto 7 ,bl 5 Nayre Klrnaon Url Arlington 0- " ' Dc' E Klrsy flrl Arlington K+' gf ,a' V 'of 'Frl Arlington N! 'Sfefe V rcren' 'Frl Fort Worth 1311 fr' fail Arlington Pat'-:la Klw 'Eel Dallas Snaron Klrr 'Frl Mansfield Slnlrley Kirk Url Dallas le" Kzrvoatrlclr lr, Garland 4" -sq B Q . A Jce"en Klrvpatrlclf fFr, Fort Worth fy, QZQ' K - r "" Sraron lllrlroatrllglr UU Arlington 1 Y' Gecrge Vltamura llrl Zan Benito "' Q' Lirda K-ttrell Url Grand Prairie no o ll. l UNDERCLASSMEN . 4 ' l 1 - f f I 5- 'Xl' lm L. rv- .,..., in-:4 sg tl . -1, 5 .f -. gi .fr QA. Q., 41,1 " , 5' Cheryl Land KSOJ Brady -is Debbie Landers fFrJ Amherst ' H A Mark Lane KSOJ Vernon L N " f' William C. Lane fFrj Fort Worth ' ' r T' - Mark Lanier fFrJ Fort Worth ,X X L - Mike Lanier fFrJ Arlington elif ? .L ' r 1 ,Y 'J B 1 0 ' Steve Lanier QFrJ Dallas V f QQ I Alexa Lankford fFrJ Arlington in - h W .WQEWTWM Sandy lo Lankford QFO Graham , Wayne Lantz Urj Fort Worth ill f V . Irene Larsen Url Omaha, Neb. V' Larry Lasseter fFrJ Fort Worth ,Q 1 A VH! V ': "sf 'Ji Da 'ae I, 1.11 V ff, VA' 4, .3-.X CF:"':' 'fz f'I:ll:7 '.', ana phil le" ff ','1 ',', Le in 'Hua' 1' fy? ",',, C'a": :Ha ' e D Final: fm: '.', I-f 'ya' Deaf. 1: foe' "',, t-' ff, f E' '. V',".1:f '.', La aa Q','.fa 7',"',1',' 'fy Le as Tana fn", '.', ',f'a'..v: '. I mf: nf-1 ff-, 32 at mf: vow, 'FU 5,-if Haw' N f'1::'f:' ' , E Pav. D1:f,','a' Wax: 'I , be as 7 .fx yn, fn, pan yi, I . Var, LH, y,.J,:,,. ' I gc. 1 Diff: V.'.':'1 , Za 25 F'a'f V.fff:"1, 'F', ,en if 14 " lczeri ! iffazef '.', Fc" ff", ,v, V'n La'.f':j '?', E:1:'::',' Stem 'f may '.' Hz, . Cyfitf a Ladd 'FU F','1 h':'1'- Hcf' e Laid 'xy Za' Z ego Ca ' C 'fra Ladxkf 'Fri L' 'gn' Roche, Lagaeee 'FU F ' fied' ,- ,. A Dora Lagrve rr, 1-acc : " Larry Lafes 'xi 'wg v lor-my Ea" Leno '55, "e"e. Lana Larnr,e': '.', "a".'e": Larry Lance "Say ", ara- Milfe Lan:-2 Sri "xii Burl La'd Ori Sa 2 X56-7 -11 '1 '1' ,.-q f-'il hx 5 -.. Megan .- Amid the modern architecture of the UT Arlington campus, an unusual visitor appears, sewing as a reminder of the area's not-so-distant past. UNDERCLASSMEN QB Students required to hurry long distances from far-flung parking lots find refuge 'rorn the hot sun along one of the tree-lined avenues bordering the campus mall. 'rfrras ..:- :fy Rlcrafdson - gay 'rj Afington - ,"":e 'Sol Fort Worth .-., -e, , fiag shy Arlington . e -eacr 'fry Da'las 3 :re e-:'e,f 'Fri Dallas Dae, ee '51 Ariington Jeff 'ce QSQJ Fort Worth -Te," ': Lee 5. Dallas :er -ee 'Sag Hereford 3 :r:': Lee 'xi Dallas em Def: Lee fSoJ Bedford - ': -e:i.'- 2' 'rj Fort Worth :xg -ege 'xy Dallas "ere 're' 'Soi Dallas '. L rj 'JD lrvmg 'Hr'-r' e""r 'Fry Dallas le. ,g 'ng 'fanchester tl H 31' -e":'e 'Fri Hclston 'Ae' e " , 'LQ Gafand E:.-. e e 'j 'xy Waco E - e 'Scj Fort 'North .:" e 'Sci Ffidand 'r we eff 'FQ Dallas -er: IC ef. 'Li 'N ch ta Falls L'1'e ff r Ari nqfon De' A f '50, Da'las .erree 'Eel Ar' ngton ,e:' 'ZZ' TEIEVVEUB - 1 H -e 2 "i Dallas in , Cr, Denison , ' f ' ':', 331 I-nfOri'O f'2', 2 Ldfgfor 'ery - , Lioan Eater' FV? Worth .errf 'Eel Waco L' 'e ze, '22, :Vt Worth .car deey 'Ii lrvlng ' rr 'xi Da las fag 'Fri Dallag 4 UNDEFZCLASSMEN John Lattimore QFrj Arlington Tim Lavender Url lrvlng li James Lawing fFrJ Arlington Stanley Lawson fFrl Fort Worth wc:- .1 1- '43 i .gr 1- E i s. Q-" 'T' L 4 Lf- urs' 'yr xg X Y?" .-1 1- 3' if Q--v -'tm 4' fs pf ...I A 1? -4 S? m if 1 5,1 'Q we-I 5, an X Q' 5. 4 W On t 1 5 lv I ' 1 3 I l of' P" .ff we 7, I Q... 1 I , . f'r ':. f,,'f Tree-Lined Walks Provide Shade for Weary Feet uv bf' V.. 5.-X .E an f XX Q-ff .Q sv ,"' :, 51.1 42, . .7 Zi 27. ,Q I PM , .1- ,v ,.,f 50.1 -2 4 .4.vz- 'f :- ., .1945 3: gl 9 I ,.- , xi , -'E CA H ,' ,- . .L Q' ,Q-X .L aw fri. y.. ,, K. Tx 4, Q, Q.,- JF4' -Tw inn 'ff 5-fr 4-Q, it S li YZ . f 2. 5.- 51 Q f' p - r- ' v ' K ' K v ,,, -l.,.. - nf--u1 es '.':i- ste -F -N-- l'4' : "-A: :- :- - .--- - -fue, .. A- :-. 1 '.':fIe't.. x -5 5 - -A U -Q- '.':..e'.'. - - n1-"- . .-.-.. 4- --x.,:- :A. -:. sf., ll-"'- A -.- ' ...- :. -.N.: : . .- , nu-, .. ...--,. ,:, -S -.yi ...- v.. .. - ll-"' .- - '- .. -.M '::-:V- -- : - ll-'-K .-- R- --- :1-: -.N. -:5-- 'W-.. ll-"- Q Re -- - -v ..... -.-... ll- -..- v .x.- xu-"..... .-y- - . -.y....x' -"-- -N -. :,...:: 1- -...-. - Y .- --y. .. 1-". 1.-: --N,--. - lI-'K ' 1,4 , --. - -.. ..... ky.. ...... -.--.. ,KI-QA -5 5- 1- 3 --x.- ... -: :- :-" ...- -. - -..- --,- : . --- . ,, . sa-1-- . 5- -- - . N.-:. I -.: :S x:,, nn-'N:.. I 1 ll-1.,.1 '- 'N U -svx S xii '-':f:':-k 53' S 5' N !l-5 LL 'v ---- N' 'N-.. "' T.- w.:. :-- '.-,.- :.-,- .x --- K Q.: .. .: : ,,, XM: :: ...:- UNDEHCLASSMEN 385 J :D T:Q': ,vfh xg z" X. ' F:': l.'-:':'- :J .,. in NSS' NAAQS. e 3 jg, - - jg' Vans' el: '.',x ui'-EN x:'x NN NSS Da as lax Q rl ..k:E: X mu 5, .. v N, . "Joss Fr: l-Nw!" ' N 'W P' :che-:I :ss F' gawesa -Xrvwgton s fl Dallas ff' s 'tt gl G'a"a Pravle 2 .' '.':Stz:-eq fd DeSoto Cr: '-':S:.-.aa X54 Hsustca -.1.- '.':G:.-.a- ffl Vansfleld V753 v x '-P 'ro ,. a-" A. 1- 2 '36 xl, 42. Cannoos Scholars Suooumo to Spring Fever A ' "as A '.'cGregor flrj Grand Pralrle -aora '.':G'a.-.' QF'J Dallas C: een '.'cl-lagre QSQJ Arllngton ,"' '.': ntcsh lF'j Arllngton A ze '.'c n:3,re flfrj Bonham 'ery PJ: ve' lFrl Arllngton "av '.':4ae QSCJ Fort Worth -a", " 'Joi-Kee Url Fort Worth .a'a '.':-ienz e QF'j Fort Worth C ':,l ',':r4 nney flfrj Dallas -a"" .':Laaghl'n Url Dallas Steve .':La.,gh an QSOJ Fort Worth , ' .'cLa.lghl n ll fFrj Garland '.'a', '.':L-andon llrj Fort Worth C'a' es '.':?.'l'lan flfrj Dallas Sreryl .':l'.4.Jll n CSOJ Cleburne ::::e't 5 '.'c?.".gr'y llrj Mmeral Wells '. J' '.c .'o'tfe E501 Fort Worth a" 'Jchlafy flrj Mldland Dax 3 ":Nle.-J lFrj Nocona Sane '. -Queen flrj Fort Worth Da.-." '.':5ae 'Sol Sweetwater Ea':ara 'fcfay fSoJ Dallas 'a- Mclean CSOJ Fort Worth ',' :'a-el 'faayeh flrl Dallas DVS l-'a:ar'y fF'j Fort Worth 'Je' "' a 'F'l Dallas .:"',' 1 'Soy Dallas Va'e' ' ,Lf YSOJ Arllngton g':a ' at-'ey 'Sol Arllngton .eff e 'Jac sz' ' rj Dalestlne '. ' :ff '.'ae'ach fFrJ Fort Worth 527 :f .ag 'l flfrl Arlrngton -,"' Vahafaf 'Soy Alvarado f-a"ei' .' 413 'Frl Arlrngton Cat ," la are 'Fl Plano .a"-ea 'fa C'-a 'xl Bedford 'fe' -'- .'a the 'Frj Cla'ksvllle Exetr Ja att Cr, Arlmgton .:" We f '22, Keller J 'Q ' a !a'j3errf ljrj Lrllngton '5',"L2' !a".'a'f W, Bug Sprung 'fc' ef 'Soy 'fllch ta Falls v' 1 'Z-'I 'gil Afllr'lQIOFl 1 fa 'f'a",'ay 'Cal Luatm -,":a ' 'fa"e 'Eel Eastland -,r" 1 fe-2 rn, raft Worth Za: 'J e.. Cr, Fort Worth E' ,' 3 " 'Cal Dallas C' .Cf ", Fort Worth lfa"et' . f 'Pg Dallas LC, ee 'Ka' '22, Lblgrle D C'2'1 fa" ' 'fl B'ONn1l5Od :caan 'fad' 'fy Nafahachlf: EZ" 'fa'T'1 '.', For? V!O'th Efezre' C Ffa" Zz, l-lurgr UNDERCLASSMEN Q' N Fl l ,av .- tv Z ,aa .,,x ,,, 4' .f It 4UA SD 'nv l 4,-wp V. X A,-an m ,,, 1 ,mg I WW , 52? or mf : G., I, vi Q' ,J fl ef:- m ,- af, 9 .- ff 'Q 1 fo? vt T- Qf'-is :Vx x ' ex..- Y N 1, X txxk it 4- w., . U. if? , lk .'4 Kenny Martinez CSOJ Rotan Leonard Martinez lSoJ Gllory, Cal. Mary K. Marusak CFU Abbott Flalph C. Mason CSOJ Burleson Stephen D. Mason fFrJ Hurst Nikki Massey fFrJ Fort Worth Janie Masters QFrJ Henry Earl Mathis QSOJ Dallas Arlington Karen Mat'l fFrj Bob Matlock Url Rockdale Bonham Connie Matthews CFU Fort Worth Dale Matthews Url Mineral Wells 7+ se' , ev I I I. fu f-'11 J iv: .4-4-g": - T?- K Gaily tossing a round plastic saucer, a smiling player engages .n e mid- morning Frisbee game as class-to-class traffic flows on around her fy'- nf .' f 54' AR' I Q. .2 'Q 'sfX se we-W--1' 'V 5 . Y-.., ,P. ' :- I- 7,4 .'v Bnonee Vettce o"e'c'i Vert'-e.-- De e V chee' Lee Ve- e' 'S:f ::'t -'-:'1- grcli Vexey Qrl -'3e':' -ester Ver--ei QS:' ::'1 -'-: Cindy Vey fScfi J-' -gt: Velnzie L Vey fS:f ' Det'-c e '.'e3.e' Q."i S e:e Stecne' Vey: : --:t Co-s:e":e Veg.e 'Se' - "' .emes D Ve e f'7 I E: Vey FE: Se'e B ly Ve:-' F' S'e': :'e ' e Stete Vee:e's I" 3 ""'s Cysts e Veeco' 5:3 S-: e Bc-:ex Veeze ." -Bice-s O"'ee Ve: 'e Sr' I-' 'gre' Kex Ve-ess 'ff :si -'.:'t- Ve':e'e: Ve:e': F" :rt -'-:'t- B:-Q Ve"e5ey Q." Nesn. e 'e'- F-"e:: Ve e' xii :E ES ,occ Ve Ser V" lv? C' 3 Cc" e Ve t:' Er' -:st .ewes C Vets" Se' -e 2 rs ,, g,,.,,. x.,' - ...-.--. 'Crm Xe T.: sb. -x ....- C'-efies Ve':e:: ," ::1 -'.:'t' 3955 F Ve':e' F" 'exemece Ven Ve" F" 3s ' :"e 5-'e Pri Venti F" Ze e: Bc':e't: Ve'se::' A' cgi. .emes Ve's"e:" NSS '- 'Q Qsfar 'dn'-' 5 :fx "' ""' were -tual ye N . . UNDEBCLASSMEN 387 M,....!. In one ot many scenes typically found in fraternity lodges, Delt pledges leisurely wile away an evening discussing fraternity secrets. 'Jetcelre QSOJ Fort Worth .. ' cnael fSol Casper 'J :hae Fri Fort Worth es Vicfae s flrj Dallas ' 2 '.' Qi-1525571 fri Grand Prairie H' cc ck CSOJ Hurst " cc?-eton KSQJ Hurst 'J ccletor fSo Mesquite 'f 5: eta' riff Arlington " 'f re fSoj Fort Worth E'2 '-' 8' 'Fri Arlington , 'f' ES fri Arlington e 'f fe 'Fri Fort Worth ,l 'f ' er 'Ji Richardson S 'f' Er 'Ml Fort Worth C V er ffrl Joshua E5 'f er 'Xi Arlington E '-' 'E' 'IQ Valley Mills 1' -2' 'Ji Fort Worth ' e 'f 1 er 'Fri Irving '.' er 'Stl Arlington , 'J er 'Sol Dallas 'C 'f e' 'Sol Grand Prairie G U ':' ':" Dallas H' er 'Fri Lancaster ' ' 'E' 'rg For! 'ffgrtr f- 'f' ' '39, Mansfield 'f 'g, fr, Fort Wortr Q 'f 'E f-ff 'Sci Arfingygr ' 'f' ' 'Sol Mesczuite , ra G '32, Dal as 2, Euless C- 5 'X "fe Dallag c -f EE 'f ". Dallas Garland za" 'f fc' , Haze es 'I tire ' if-lnarf r. fl lj fgfel 'L' , Lf' ngwgf a 'f 'veil Ur, ff," Har-r re 'f'c'el '30, Ora C' Fw UNDERCLASSMEN ,- X N lx . x 'I 4 X ri- Ax Y, . l ,I 0 .415- i 5 5'- Q-W, -vw 7 ar Aa 'B at 1 AHX ,W , tl aa, , P 1 1.7-I QQ X 422: Q" AN 'Cf' er' in 3: nf-,'.,, f I 1, Us-,I g.,,l,.,',,: sf .,-,,: 'I , 'lawn ..' 7:5 g,,I,,,:,. If ..,: z.,7,:,:. f,.' f.. ,,:..,. ' r H 'r '. .. 1:17113 lj,'1,l 1, lurfi z -... 5 Q., 1,-,'g,f-3 -ff, aff: ff., ,:,,,.-, I-' 'a 'lc 1: ",',, Za at ,V 'f:'ff '!','f: '7', ','1:f.':. fe ' ,J.f '!',":f ",'., f.en V Six :iisf 1 aff, 'J -ffm' -ff-, '. ll nga -ff,-,9.,,.,:.,, ':. ,V A,,,:,. :U -,,,,.,,,,,, ,yi -1,2 ,z I 'mv ' .,., . "7 .z,f'f "' a '!','.'f: '5 A fa 2 ,qflnafq lfflcq: f..v 'l',,r ar 1 . an Greek Ledges Serve ee Homes Avvev From Heme Laf',' Vzafe "Zz, Za at Uat 'fave 'EQ le ez , V'e"j V579 '22, Seine "a,L'rr. 1' '4' T F?:"ar': I- '.'::'e 'C Za ea .f U V' Q W u A 3.3, 3, 'I' L' --vc. t" 'V 'f ' ' Ifa5Je'w-,fu,i, fd, ' 1 ,KG J 1.1 .1 ' 4 . , I Q F72 Le.':e":a e 5 a gf? loske P"e'fes 'Jaws 'fy -ra' RW e Jayne '!:'reVV "iq Ze as 1-3' JV 2' f Charma fe 'fyge' "" 5:1 -H: . Cyrwthva Vvga' 'fy I-' 'gtz' QM-e 'huge' ':', Za as "' fr Eela h':c'es fri -'-:'1- vs-. L f,-I G3e'f1 Daw: V:-' 1 :H 'Je as T 'L Jack 'Jef' 5 'Fd ::'t .'.':'f- " Joe D 5 .irq L' -gag- Ffebecca P-'cv s ':'E ":.ef:' ,QKXX an Homme Vows fF'j L' gf:- ' 3 Russ Mons fS:Q 7:1 .'.:'t' ,. Q 1 A Sharof '.'c'fs f-'J f:'t .'.:"' Q .9 u 5 0 Terry U:-, S ip-J L. -g::- ...W , gf fgb 5 . ..- .mx .1 Ke-Meth '-':" sc' 1.-,K -. -g ', Q Davxd Mcfrs--' f:'J :rt -'f:'t- Q l Jane News--f fScJ L' 'QT3' , lohn P-'c":--' fS:j :Vt .'.:'1'- 2' ' Mnke Morro.-.' iFrj S'-' V: e :Q John W Morse 'F"- G-5-5 3-5 ' e 1-ga -Q A as ,,. :Q yt Wnham L '-'C'Zi'fx::'j i-'--BET-'vEf'3' Home e F-'otey lacy r:'1 -'-:':- V QQ, :'- levy N'og.":e 17:1 '-'-'a:3 - , X Roeaid Mcuton fQrJ A Q- "aw L Rooeft G. N'aze'e.-sw j::T H2 wx I F n-IAQ--I ta i i If Linda Mx:-o QF'j A' -gtz' ,. . ' Hafvey Maeve' QS:f. '.' : e"f X 5. - Rfchafd MJ ar-ax K g:'e g. -I .Q - 4 ny 2 k K .- We , Cherles N'e!:c.'-Lf., p 3e:':': 4 ,V L ' X - Q sl Ancvea Vu :e' Lacy r-:': -'-:'z'- if "-D '-- QQ' Q: ' -' 3 Y 'N levy Vdkey 15:3 'xst ' fl X t N Patwcxa VL key Fi- 'C ee' U 'f June Mg 2:51 QQ F31 3'-':'t' ' Xxlx ' A ,,jQg,fX', 1' f X Doeald VJ! 's QSQW Le":es:e' xg'-,l5' 'ffl .' 1 k - if :ji-' Y1.3g5j1'L:X xx -Q 1 A'ba Mm g :Y 15:2 De 'es Mfcwey k'..'1 ' QSC! :- ess ff' "' Patti N'L.r:P-ree QF? L-a"' " 14' IA .rf " , ,-- M erm we-:P-y QF-3 :.- --M- " I ..- "-' Derfe N'g.'::"y F1 H:-st:- xg , X A R Patwck K'q':i-x '-f:-st:" . . Freder ck k'.:sa::" : QS:f Danes R ta Musck Qkj Sag 'aw ,UL Q "X Bvli Mye's QS:j Fr: '.'.':'t'- Harry L. k'5e's QS'J S"e"'e" , ea Pam Myers Q10 F31 '-'-':'1H " VN Mary Nage Q51-3 E :ass W' Daryl News QFO F:'t 'f'-'cr' Kathy Naneew iF'J Da as Ruthse Nash QF'j Fevis Roger Natl:-ns Qlry Rune. O-xie UNDERCLASSMEN 389 4 Hereford Student Center is THE place for fun and conversation, especially during football season when Flebel spirit vibrates in the air Dev d Neal lSol Fort Worth gary Neal Url Waxahachie S..san Nea' Clrl Bedford Lan-es Neece lFrl Haltom City Dorf Neely fjrl Irving Psssell Neely Url Richardson '.' Chee' John Neff CSol Irving Annette Lt Nehl fFrl Dallas Cladd e Ne NEST fSol Arlington Larry Ne on Url Fort Worth Derry Neson H301 Garland E a 'te Nelson Url Dallas Larry Neson Ufrl Fort Worth Herzy Nelson lSol Dallas Cay on Psy Neumann llrl Cuero Lol-n New le Url Dallas 'J :Pl 'Jef lle fFrl Carrollton Dex cf 'Jef son fSol Dallas vet' 2 a Dee Newell Ufrl Grapevine Der' S 'lefvran fFrl Mt. Pleasant Ke th 'lense st Url Kra Q 'Jenn st llrl Harry 'lemon fFrl Sean 'J :ho 's Url Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Arlington White Settlement West Orange. NJ we 3 rivals fSol Ercors 1 'dson lFrl Jr' 'J :hz earl fFrl Vive 'J ere' 'Sol QL" 'N 'lfon 'jrl lafe Noe 'Sal Torrrre Home 'Sol Kath! Hola' 'Frl Crrs 'lciand fFrl . , 'J' Q 'V l llrrvry E Holley 'frl D ar' Pl, h ill Beffj 'lorfhouft fF'l Pathca Horton Url P l r hr H'3r,on Url Arlington Dallas Irving Euless Breckenridge Bedford Arlington Fort Worth Irving Fort Worth Ar'ington TQIBVVBDZ lf :Vey Novell !S0l Grand Prairie leanre llgfllln fFrl Ar lrgton UNDERCLASSMEN IZ 5' 1b'X eq-.f sf- r ,, t fi ul ,v be I N 4 my sf- ' 5. ,f- nw iv-X ,tv 'S'-iv ff 'i I 'WL' K 4 .1 J 1!""P ' ,fan I .0 h..-f 5' '.ff 157' , 'i"t'L'. 4 1 V fr' '!".,"' f., ,wwf f, - 8' l li", f' 1, '14, '7', L P .- '.': '1 "1:" 'I' I im' f I 1 A I, , , Q li L ,gm 411 1 1 s. 1- is -.., 'Cry uv'-A I I I , 1 1 'J .- 'F' F 1 ' 0' , ...f 1' ' 1-.. 'I 21. v 1 11,129 x .gal ' ll .fir t I r-,5 lfar-'fl - fl' 'V' .,, r, , , , 4 pw, , f , , , . .F:"f:', E Zane" ' ,W Of ,fry Cf . ,.' f.. . 'fav 'Uffe' -inf: , ,.. Sw: ' Che' II' 'Q Dana Cf-va D' . Ill :ra C,'.E,,4 lp , . -in ' ' '41 1-s A Def G:-ri' 35 Gevge l f -r 4' ."':-: r t f 5 pau Sa Jax- 9 Laff, :face 1' A , JE' :,,,,-,. 'ECE JE EE ". . '. .. .-f,':- 4 1' ' Mani, . . . .. Cl' S c 'f--E. 'S L, , eve' -'if' 'fe' ' 'a fa E -2 " ' lJ'8'S"B D fran' warn.: Sohool Solrlt-An Emotion Experienced ov All , Stephen E. Parker Url Arlington James Parks CSol Fort Worth 49 H -.-,-4..... ' ' W - 5 . L' 1 mil ,t,, AA, K vs- Q-.Q -'33 'Nr 'oss O Bruce Parrish lSol Pittsburgh, Pa. Gene Parrish Url Fort Worth Vp-N Glenn Parry Url Arlington if Joann Parson on Forrvvorih 4' , is A 2 - Q.- . H , .Asa Abedi K- Pafvil Url 'ffm An enthusiastic little Rebel-to-be intently watches a home gridiron genre Jim Pasternak QSol Port Arthur . . . ., .. I, H , offering his own small measure of support with a spirited Go. kNe-e-s. go UNDEHCLASSMEN 39 Tgstuf 'vt XN':'t" i F, Da as fu- X Ocessa -- fn 35 a , - , . -' : :s lu mf - ' " 'f N'1C'f , 1 "2 WSIS' I s- Gswse .t if. Xl .-ec 3 NSS- See' "Q e S- b 'X 5, H ... 5:1 An nat:-s .. Ss' CCM kxcrn, .h mg h:. V C arc 1' S Fw-N pl Aflngton A A' ngfon :Fl'i '- Da las ff" s ss' " Fort '.'l'c'tn ' 3s:f' :H .SJW :wt Xkorth 5: fee San -lntonlo 55.1" :ee " Clarksxlhe 'f' 3se':i't ' fl Dallas :ies : -X Tera ,SN 5 ::" ogtcn lkjlnnesota 5-52 ""e,S:1 Dallas -e 4 fee: etc' ,Sol Dallas V 39" 'Qtr' klfrl Panfpa V. :st .a .ffl Ennls : :e'- 's ,fl Fort Worth 2-3 e 3ete's F4 Dallas 5' ' 3525's V", Arllngton 35 as 3e:e's:h Kjrfl Longvlew 26-5 Sue :eZe'scn fry Kulleen .a'es 3atte's:o QSCJ Dallas 3 :'a': 3-ete'sx QScj DeSoto Sfe.e :e:e'so' Fd Plano 2 a'e':e . 3-et' pry Sal' Antonlo ' :ettt 'fi Rlcl-ardson l- a' 3e,':' Trl Fllchardson Ca .' f We fF'j El Campo Z gg, 9: este' fScj Dallas Sa':'a 3'e :s T0 Cleburne C:'::' 5'-s" ca flfrj Atlantlc Cnty Cr: 9' :fck fgrl Dallas Za e 5' ss 7801 Tulsa, Okla ','a't'a 3' 'ey 'Sol Dallas E""2 3' 'SS 'SDJ Arllngton 'leg 3' as 'Vw Fort Worth fe"a 5' as '73 Hurst Sw", 5' ss 'CQ San Bemto life 3' sa ffq Arllnqton L :'e': 39 'sq Dallas :','.e" E Dive? Cr, Fort Worth Semi lJzc':s'ocf Ill f"'j'?f-' . 5 a' f Eu ess L" 5 f"5"l ':f, Bdrlggryl "fi-age L ul cyl fjgny E V. '- Q" DHL Of, 794 flnrvh Eva, 3 'f' Veena 'e Ca". 3',"'.f f 'xl lrfrq .fry f""'a Jallae la Le" 5' 0" ll',"r Lie' 7' a"' "J :fra r ff 392 UNDERCLASSMEN , - 2 in ,1- 3' M. NX 1- in f ' 0 ' rv- ' x x vs ' 'ax 1 x D is , xg X 10' ,,.. " - 1- s ,l X lf H, A' l I , rs. K x I T- w-..-, X yn A . X in J 5 6 A vg.-' ' a f v. -,. ,, 4- ,Q , e S, s har' at 4 sg: 1 Q, an - N 9 '37 .-U f a.' .,, I A za-, .. if. - X WV- X ' ,f , .W Y E , , 1 5 ' jsfffff ' . 4'P:i:::: ' l . ,g.jZr:::: " 24,8 Q 1 'Th 'WIKI' ' 'ilk - -g. Q 'iff 'ff lx, ff ' f' I-' xk. ' f ' I p Qld! W , I . 4 , If X l ' , s - V rt, 7' 'vi .,. ,. - Va' 'lf m I. I: 0 "' A M' . . 1 .'SJ'.,f, ing ' . -1 1 IME: ff' nv- fi 1- sg 4 'C' 9 s- .,f, 1-3 rm? ' fs. '- s ffwazi 23 1421 ,l1r,ffs:-' gg ry, f Q1 A ms Q Axbyam ,wh ff Lipscomb Hall residents begin preparations for open house and Girls' Dorm Prepares for Halloween Invasion 4 V 1- J if l 5. :ra It , fv, rv X :4 lin I Q1-1 ful L? 'XA if MQW' X . I wr? . l Q. r'M JG! . 1 . 'lfz 1 ' ffizff: -,,,', H: ,, fx' ff f ,,, ,L f,:, 1 r- Q., N 1 x ff' 'fzyz f. :nl , 4 :.,.,,,. fa - "' . w R 635 Y . ,,,. :1,,.,., A , J f f Zfff, I- lan, .hi . ,. :,,,-, JG! . , sf-f, , p,,.,, 'J f If ,Q Iulnfi ' 5. Fefe, Dae . I-' te , 11 Er, X ',1,,..: ff! LL 3. p',C':'f :"..ZZ" ' L2 E1 A 5-ff I.: 5 LC nf: Lg ry Jaw! 5',.-fe ' , 'N an 311.9 ' H ': f N ff' 53.-.e 1' 'J VJ 3 F-73.-.Q L' --pg T V Llsevt QC..-5, -. -',:. ' is Ge5':e 3:.'- 'fy -. - Jose G Draco '.', '.':l- e- 1 1 H N R John Praslwa 'rr .,a e N.. L' ,AY , , ef- Susan Drater ::, -:'1 --"' Val Pratbe' SCJ -1' 'Q 7 l Xl the invasion of Halloween trick-or-treaters by 'QT if '!"' 'Vw L- transforming dorm rooms to witches dens. Kenneth 9 John Pres: John Pr CS -A- .,. .' 'A ' A H l' VE -...- -. --'r -n.,-...- Q .ll 5--- ,.. 'Fi ':'t -'-:' : Flonafcl Prlce F1 Da -5 Synfhla Tom Pr 3 James C' Doug P' Prwe '54 '. ' '-,. I.. " '-.uo... 5 : H-. 'IW 'N - .e X 'A -2 e, ,,--e 'Ss '-V: .-.-,3.. J J James Page ., Sam Prsxense Q-' 4' 'SCI' B VY P'us-tt F4 f: Z -' :'t' :7 ' Gary N' :sae 3 we.. F" 5 --3 --- ...A-,, " V . .e P-se 5 ....-- 'te C'f 'lv " ,A "'-O - - Shew P..-."' bel -51 E Cl-e-yl 'N.,- ' .1 "' " ,-4 'I --.- -.. se e. pc? rc . --, . on Pages- gl De as nn Foyea' QSCJ C:":e UNDERCLASSMEN ,. .0 5 .fi O Q , all ' I . .JE -5 , I ' f' I O I. .. ' ' .iv i .'. Q 1 'n-V.. ' o J-4 Ilf- D-"""'f' i D ' y V7.0 r . ".. .".'i. .'..'n!x.'.-.iv is-.!!,,..f'l!.l. O U by ll- 1. 0.3 2'- GJ M. 1' me is pit, ,-ff er' Q LY Q " Imaginative students taking breaks between morning classes find the myriad eating utensils a unique device for release and self-expresson. l.'a'y Fla ney Url Fort Worth Joe Ramos lFrl Dallas W ima Flandall fFrl Dallas Fr tz S, Flange CSOl Marsha Brega, Libya Gary Rankin Url Lewisville Nancy Flankn fFrl Fort Worth ,on Ransom Url Arlington Danney Ratcliff fFrl Cleburne Bernard Rathmell Url Mesquite lchnne Beiinda Plattler fFrl Dallas Cra g Flaven fSol Austin Virgina Pawlhgs KSol Kopperl Linda Pafriinson CSol Cedar Hill P'if':e P! Rawls Url Marshall Danny Flay fFrl Arlington Debra Ray Url Irving Denfis Pay fSol Fort Worth Cay L Ray Url Dallas Pa, a Pay lSol Arlington 'Ni arn L Pay Url Arlington S.za- Raymond Url lrving .ease Pe: d lr lSol Grand Prairie Pusry Peece lSol Dallas Aan Peed lFrl Merkel Var: a Deed fFrl Fort Worth Pzger Deed Url Fort Worth 'N lar' Peed fFrl Plano ,ar Pease 'F'l Arlington Derry Peefea Url Grand Prairie .. are Petrerstein Url Arlington Kar Pe :re ate n lSol Arlington lrnrw Pe 'Sol Dallas Lirda Paid 'Fm Dallas Sasar. Reid fir, Fort Worth 'Susie Peiser lFr, Fort Vlorth B 'lie lo Reiter lS:, Hereford C '-'jf Pen'ro fFrl Fort 'North larres A Penfro Url Garland Var, Chr 3 Ftetzlaff lFrl Vert 'North larres P Per lSol Graham UNDERCLASSMEN Jerry Pyle Url Susan Qualls fFrl "Chief" Queton fFrl Larry Quinn QFrl Susie Quinn lFrl Randy Habeck lSol Stan Fladell lSol Flandy Raglin Url Dallas Arlington Fort Worth Saginaw Lancaster Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Mesquite Track Railsback Url Phillips James Raimondo Url Trenton, N.l. if - A K. X. Ts ?f'f if W H , ' ff' x ,mi -' V as T71 in Gu 920 v... ,M 1 'sl 'Neg s., -v- 7 GX Q... 'vggr nm Q- v Q-.1 in Q., 1-., X :S , f , f 1 .fzfpxs "eye: ,' ' , Zz. 1',.w l 5,0 ' f'f:ff:n '.', 5 Pav. :":'1", :":f':f: ':', '44 Bt 'f5i'l ' I, :"2f"1 '13 1 C, '-'l:':'. 'F7 'IO' CP: 7":f", '12 ',', 7' n:": 'Ze Ca "," 'I' ' I . , 1 . 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"Lf H Q ' X r .af I 'ILL 1' "l i 3' Y 3 av v- , gg 1- ,'l,- S- , v- 1, 1 9 xx. "A" X Ln' N.: N .X . l f'SL s. x FI1cha'd Pobefs I -,- ,-' ' Bu!! Fiobefscn fS:Q Sa as Cazhey P::e'tso' Q , -"1 -'-:'t- Daw FloL:e'ts:" Sc, E.ess G.-few Pobedsc' 'S:1 -"1 .'-:-t- James Pooertscn 'JJ G'a': 31 'e Kewth F!o'.:e'ts:" FQ C e:g."e Kms?-na Pooertscf' F1 -1' "t:- Larry Fiobeftscn 5:1 F"t '-' :'t'- Alaw Rob 'wso' ffl- L- "gt:- Bull Rob fscn Soy :Ht -'-3'1- leanne Hob ssc- fF'j F-'t -' 3'1- L3'fy Rebfnscn fS:J L' -gt? Rona!! ice Po: 'sc' F4 C e:-'-e Shewfa Fel: 'vscn fS:j- C' ei.-. e Susan Rob nscf' QS:f :vt '-'-:'t' Thomas Feb fscf fS:F Fr: '-'-':'1- Vlvuen A, Fish 'son QF" Dav d :ich so' QSN 5 - -3 3: X s. ... - -.af-3... Marvin A Qodak F" Crt '.'.':'t" Rcnad Flcsrig. Fir F:'t .'-:'t" Lee Rcdge's Qkj Ds as Cindy F?::i',g-e: FW " 'gt:' Hefvy Rodr gee: QFW ceg. - Yolanda Heir gee: QTL? Fc" "- Dwane Roe QFPW L: e Mark Rce'-i QFH :vt .'.:'1" John Roe-n QFW Es :A ' N N Betty Rogers QF9 C Cor-me Roge's QJW David F-?cge's QW Dyss Ar-1 :QQ-ers fi Kenneth F4cQ:e's Q1 Pau! S, Rogsted Q53 Ca"y Rohr QS:J Nancy Rsee' QS:W Denise Rosa QS:-B Constance Kay Rsse QT :.:. -. -1: e"e A. -qnqn W. '-- .13 :Q r' -fe--. 1' V "- 'S 'Je Tas Da as " H, P" un ""' Jnm Rose Qffj Cindy Fosellini QPU E- ess Defies UNDERCLASSMEN :,-.. :MQ 2 C va--9 Zscs -:rw -csse' -X., .,- . W-. mls-.. ' 2... , - e 'Z ebb - l " . 5 -- I H X -osx . . . X--. K QQ xv.. SM-, :QQ .-- , -, .. e..:.e X :.-:.-.1 Qu .,. N., x N.. - . -5.-. Vw 1 J' 2x.':-N :VX .. .. ,.. ,, ,, K "3" 33.-. , :W E-s.s'. 33.--I ' .'l Fort x -s -. N vu -,x .. ..-T: xv? Q :Q 3 2...-N X-rw 33- ' :-:: C" XSQH G'and ..,,, : --.S fry li :Qmgsfnr t, 's.-:Q rj ..:- ., ...N x S'a':' Sasnaw r.rH Er: 3 -'3-sse'l Qfrj Se'-a :-sse'l QSQD a::..e Rssel lFrJ :-sr. f-Tassel QSCJ :N : 5-Ltecge girl :-.- . 2,2 A. .' ...c xy -....Nc?e. 3 X sqm- - -Y Sol -X ALSIII1 Wsrth NX Nth ngton 'wgton A' vm Wuorth Dallas Dallas Harst Worth rngton d Pravrue Pralrue Dallas VVOrth Henderson Irvung lrvlng Palestrne San luan Dallas lrvnng Frj Fort Worth Coeds Escorted by Variety of Furry Friends Aired Sabedra C301 Grand Prarrue f":t'y Sackson Ufrj Dallas 32.1 St Charles CSOJ Dallas Da' e V Sa dana lr Ury Dallas Carey Sae lFrJ Dallas ag." Sale lFrj Flrchardson Hcrrcz salehrshokravar KSOJ lran L. s Sal ras ISO? Dallas S-s e Sa 'ras ISOJ Dallas Lorem Sa' er fSoJ Dallas Car'os Lee Sander Fort Worth Gary Sanders QFrJ Whltesboro Qgfrr Saaders KSOJ Arllngton '.' fe Sanders fFrJ De Soto Sari: Sand! n flrj Fort Worth Sager Sawlord CSOJ Dallas layer Santbaner Qlfrj Dallas Waco Sarcret lF'J Cleburne Pesecza Sard lFrJ Fort Worth Tassel Sard flrj Fort Worth W arn Boyd Sarrat! lll ISDH Grand Prairie .ze P Saacedo lr fFrJ Dallas 3 a'a Sanders Ury Grand Pralrie Sam Sawyer fFrj Arllngton 'farf Sal 'Frj Houzton H am Scar? Ury Naples Stare Stagrgs !Frj Fort Worth Deva Scarth lFrj Fort Worth if Szrarrbacher lFrJ Abrlene Vere' Sirarcre fFrj Fort Worth ?af':f L Schaurru lFrj Madlson, Ind 'ara Ezhasoler lirj Grand Pralrle . 'Jae' C SC'-auerrrann Url Dallas Ea' , 'ft fade Cry Arllngton fa' a ,,"'a zr ed flrj Arllngton Qa':e 22"-2 'er 'Sol Mlnot N D Sew' firrzerier lF'l West '.' 2 ,C rzeder 'Fry Palo! Polnt 31+ ff 'rfl Adam Zen, ' G fitr,l'z fFrj Irvlng ' " ,'.', 'z 'FQ Fort Worth ,ares ','.'. 'z 'nj Here'ord ,:"'f 'f' 'C' rracrer llfrj lfendlan Dzrra Stagg 'Cay Grand Dralrle Hcraze 'Scott Terrell .ewes 3 'fard Z2 " 'Eel I-rkngton Lf' 32052 V501 lrnng 'fav' Still 'Sol Garland UNDEHCLASSMEN g,-f 'T-ri 'P-. I ' x 4.1 'Z X'-N. 1. fr L... 1 . 5253, I L, , 4 ljafjfih X1 L. , , 7:,.,,. 'X '41,-2 I A. .. . ,f ' , t h C' ' f.'f ,'. . f ,Z ' '." fl '." I 1 1 " 'J:P:','1:lf:': '7' " 1 ,, .'," V ,I '."g p.,I.,:Z ' ,..L. ' - . ' , . ' 1 I 1 ff 4 41.11, lr, -, 2 J ' I CZ" f VJ: 4 'figrr 'll 4 I N' Jar " I , ,. . , Xxn ffi: ':' ' , ' r 'an ,v I , , ' Hflgqf 1 1: , , , , 1- Cf: J H "1 fr , C S1112 ,,lff L' 3x or ,nn .., .L -. Julia A. Sharber KSOJ De Soto Karen Sharp fFrJ Phillip Sharp lFrJ Howard Shaw fFrj Q ,,,. . 'V " . Janet Shaw gm 5-1 29 if? fx Patrick Shaw Urj Phil Shaw fFrJ Flonnie Shaw KSOJ Gary Sheen KSQJ Janis Sheen Url William Sheetz fFrJ Vicki Sheldon Url Janet Shelton CSOJ Johnny Shelton Url Fort Worth Stephenville Waco Fort Worth Arlington Fort Worth Arlington Arlington Arlington Dallas Dallas Arlington Athens i ' , . ,',"'f Jgnr Jf: 1: , ,'.f: ',':,"' , ff . Cf, ,Rf 3, 1, 1 If rd ' rfr' f-1: ,..f , -1 . I yenfyl L. .Z ye., , , ilu" ii. tzfiwr ...l A lone coed and her friend cast noonday shadows on the cor1c'ete r'-af UNDERCLASSMEN :iss ,etss S"e't:n 'Frl Irving K Odessa Stewe S"et:" ,Sol 2 ix S"e::a': ,Sol Dallas have See-::a': frl Dallas vars S'e":: XS:T Ar ngton :sa S-e":: Ss' A' ngton Sewers S' e cs frl Arlington N' se S' ' ett ,:'l Cleburne S-:"a E S' 'ema' Q.rl Vaiscnvllle, Ky. 'Je 'ca Shscen frl Bonn, Ger. Da' Sho-: kScl Crockett ite yr- S'-.. ts ,Sol Arlington A-na 4 S"..'t: ,Frl Fort Worth C5-th a S :let gSol Hurst .ar-es Y Sa'e5 QF'l Dallas james E Sgmon Q.'l Odessa jr'-'ny Sikes fFrl Dublin Larry S mmcns Url Lamesa Le-sis S mmons iSol Goliad For-n 9 Si-on Url Grand Prairie Son' e S 'ons Url Fort Worth Steve Smonton Url San Francisco. Calif Edd e Simpson lFrl Larry Simpson CSol Lyn E, S mpson Ufrl NN' 'iam Simpson fSol Jann Sims fFrl Pamela Sims U:rl Shirley Sims fFrl S dney Sims U:rl Arthur Singleton Url Joe Sinnacher fFrl Pam Six fSol Charles Skaggs fFrl Ka'en Skau Ufrl lv' ke S-ild"lO'9 Url l E5aroa'a Simpson Ufrl Richland Hills Dallas Amarillo Garland Odessa Fort Worth Arlington Fort Worth Sheridan Texarkana Fort Worth Fort Worth Petrolia Fort Worth Odessa '.'.ll iam C Slater fSol Jeanette Sliter Url Grand Prairie Dallas lames M Slusser lSol Arlington James Smetak Url Barbara Smith Url Beverly Smith lSol aaa smith rm Bowie Smith Ufrl Carl Smith fFrl West Garland Abilene Arlington Easton, Md. Dallas Carolyn Sue Smith Url Fort Worth Dawson Smith Url Grand Prairie Debbie Smith fFrl Arlington Donna Smith fFrl Arlingt0n Dudley Smith CFrl Arlington Era R Smith Ufrl St. Louis, Mo. Forest l, Smith Url Tyler GET! Sm th lFrl Cleburne Gay Smith flfrl Fort Worth Hannah S"'l'th fFrl Saginaw Hawey Smith CSol Monahans James Smith fFrl Fort Worth leaf-e Smith Url Fort Worth Jesse Smsth fSol Alice Karen Smith lSol Grand Prairie Kelly Srrzh iFfl Dallas Kenneth Smlth lSol Port Lavaca ferry l. Smith Url Wylie Lee S-ith lFrl Arlington 'farg e 'S-'nth fFrl Houston Vary S' th 'lrl Arlington Var, Beth Smith Url Mansfield 'f crael Smith lSol Fort Worth H' Ye Srnvh Url Arlington Dai Srritn lFrl Dallas 3e'rf Sm th lSol Grand Prairie 7'-2.2 Sm th flffl Honolulu. Ha P 1-ef: L 'saith girl Dallas P5390 L S'r.th fFrl Arlington Pon Sr' ir 'fl Arlington Shanna S" " 'rfl Greenville Stacey Sm " 'Sol Dallas Stan Srnith lx, Arlington Stephen W. Sm f' 'Sal New Orleans, La UNDERCLASSMEN 05 a X X 54" I .1 X 1' "l 1 'QS .g t , Yl 'I rv' 45. gl Q.. sq FF ':."" Q77 if t fl a A- Q X1 N I A Steve Smlth fSoJ New Orleans, La. Tol Smith Url Alvarado Tolly Smith fFrJ Fort Worth William E. Smith CFU Arlington Dennis Smithgall Url lrvlng Jon Smithson fSoJ Grand Prairie Loyd Sneed lSoJ Grand Prairie Neil Snipes fFrJ Woodbridge, Va. Billy Snodgrass CFO Perryton Mike Snow CSQJ Grand Prairie kg 8 Q. ,. ,, 'fn-. , , . - Y ' . J .V L- ' .' ayf-gl' ' W, . -. F-5 R 0 -N, Q I '. -. Q 1 '- .A '. . .-5. 'T ""' M .., A '- " Q.- -Q ' 49 , D -4 , 0 -Q . ., uno' . Q s . . d 1. . Q -Q ' ' '.', - xp . 4 4 1 . . In this "different" version of musical chairs, sorority girls battle for a seat in tubs filled with such ingredients as flour, molasses and .-rate' Sorority Girls Soak It Up in Greek Games W' Qtr lb - 'vw xx Q- 'J' 4 sg. It 'Qs . , ' A 'W , 4. ia. -:g - wt- . QT? - 'if ici C fu , Q ,V- PL. it mr 'N Mark Snyde' CSCI Se e , Sheren Soedey Qrj I-: e' '.r.. 'J 4' Skip Scibe'g,iSeQ Ee e Boo Scr'e's ,Sc ..e es i' - Charles P, Sc'e'-sc' fS:f Nahcy So r" A '16 D3 V ,-i i V 5 1 ' use QS:2 C it:- - if Ronald Scale fS:j E- ess xl sf Tooser S:--':e' QS:f :cf -'-:"'- Eddie Seems QS:f' C e:-'-e Q Levi Scar-is f-"f U-5 - .:s'-e Victo' G ::ee""e" - -:'t '2- ' Co'e Petr: e S:e":e' L" f :ff 1.1 ff' Bi'l S:-ter Fi Eg S:"g Celtia S: 'cc' QS:f ::': "-:'t'- Ge'y S: -as fi fr: -'-:'1- , FQ .,...., 5"9. C- 1. NCC. -T -II . ff '-- Charlotte S:'e: el. F" -:-et- Dmfvx: Q"'E" :iii :V Sz- :" She'e'v' Ss' --We 'Li 'e-: ' rl le Sf' x ' ez 'E ' James S:e:y f -e e Weldon Steyr: KF' :rt E'-:ts ics' Steg'er fr' -e'e::': "'.-.-l- "-F " r- ' ,- Kere' me -t ,S.,- " ee - -e s One' Stew. ff :rt '-'-:'t" ! ' Ste'k Fr? ::"'ej- Jesse E. Steiger QR Se' e' it - fl' fi , UNDERCLASSMEN i' -, q.,.... x x "1..: Q.',3- I. 7. Q., ,- .. 53- 1 X... -.. ws- sr: X- V' A 5 -s QQ.- Q-,... -, s -, :,- N:---. :,,:.- q.:,.,. hs... 5.,:.., ' s....,,. N..-X - :ey-: i. -65C s..-.. 5 TE L1 De as . ,..-,,. ,... e A X'-S 'E' ua .x :ST Q'-8'2" 5. -..A .-Q, m 5. X t 'Maas' e : .te X-Q 'x- - -' " Y D-'-'SDI' Tiff S l.- '...sN A- :N .1 x , . Q, ,- q.,-.. K.. W- Q.,,.,., -:- C -J C-.--Q Nt.. Q.: , . 2 S'e.e'::' ::" .. em :.e.e's: - -:..3.., -:. :te.-.e" f' Ste-2 'C Sc' ve' S'e.-.art Ss' :s 1 grams. In ::: :. es sn xi. t E- C:'t Vicrtt' 5- is '-Dua - ".: T 'Mum Da las . ll -nv. c . me lm 'N CNN is Vw- fsrt '-ksrtn in ta Fa is Fyi Wirth Dc as Hurst Fart Wcrth NN neeler -':a S:::a :n QS? Fort V-'o'th lan Stsuyc Saginaw Stsca: XSS Las Vegas Nev .:" Stccs -- ,ji Odessa S:::: Sr:-i.: RF" Abilene 5' Sine ffl Dallas Car: ,- Sire' ,Sol Pantego 3 -gy 513751, ffl Arlington 351.5 STC". QF1 Cleburne ." 3:31. ilrj Wchita Falls 'Jar' Stctereu QSQJ Arlington 2 :'a': Stcut QSGJ Dallas ::::e' Stsut Frl .e' 51:3 'Sci :Hem Q"e"ge ikSOJ Jete' Strauss KSOJ Grandview Arlington Dallas Fort Worth 'a 51 -1 fb fs vs XQ ,N Q lt' 1 Q 4 ' l e in . f Sf X b mga' X , x .I :L 1' r .f ' X 5 nv N x "U -,, L.- . x " Q.. .- 5 , f ' 5 . K ! 'Q Q u A A It s iff , it 'T l. .bf re i wx W EW Tp- Le 'Ea-.jaggx ' -hu Q. 60 1. 6 ,,- IE .l Kf- .25 ld ,ei 6: Q db. iq- Pledgeship begins at bid house as membership invitations are carefully considered and then accepted by prospective fraternity members 400 UNDERCLASSMEN Gunther Strauss Url Fort Worth Milo Strawn CFrl Fort Worth Russell Strlcker Url Arllngton Randy Strickland fFrl Arlington Shirley Stringer lSol Fort Worth Cindy Strong CSol Dallas Milton Strong Url l-learne John Strother fSol Fort Worth lanls Stroup Ufrl Fort Worth lerry Stroup fSol Ponca City, Okla. Larry Stubblefield fSol Arlington Teresa Sturtevant CFrl Arlington Lucina Suarez fFrl Fort Worth Susan Suddeth fSol Fort Worth Bernadette Sulak CSol Arlington Marvin Sulak Url Hurst Dale Sullivan fFrl Irving Tom Supak Url Grand Prairie loe Sustrik fSol Arlington Allan Sutton fFrl Cleburne Bill Sutton fFrl Mesquite Yuthachal Suvunrungsi fSol Thailand Bobby Swafford fFrl Arlington Pam Swanner fFrl Winnsboro Teresa Swanson fFrl Duncanville David Synatzske CSol Rogers Irma Talamantes CSol Arlington Carol Taraba fFrl Dallas Janice Taraba fSol Dallas Randall Tarbell fSol Fort Worth Donna Tarver CSol Wellington Felicia Tatarewicz CFrl Dallas Qt 77 if Lv ,as 7' 46. Bid House Tension Grovvs for Future Pledges "' a lilgg 2, 1 77 ,Q A .1 ' up 'Uv Q X - q - I .. af' in , dv " - - ?m"s , ,7 . " it T , ' l A ' A - 'A .V xx' 4.5 'W' i ,,,. ? I tit eos- ' W.. w- CS rw .K J 8 s 41 as Afilix llv 'M' K .. 4 1 ,A fu li" if ii-l ff f 'E ,- fy , ltta X S .fl 'ia 4 'if Q 'Qs "-R C nd Dan a. 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V- .':-Q - UNDERCLASSMEN Aged Walls Backdrop Loungers on Two Fore gn students soak up the summer sunshine across the mall trom the shadows cast by the arched facade of the old Flansom Hall. l.. Cx' ,g 'J ,ers 'Sol Arlington ,,f'- ' , 'rl Denison Ea'aa'a "' L 'Sq Durcanfifle '.z"'a' 'rzf 'Sol Dallas 35"jj "an 1 'FQ DBWBS 'j3::'j -" ':'l F51 !'f!UVfl'l grfea 'r ,, 'fy Fort Worth ' 1 'Srl Dallas "rdf "xx , Hirst ,4-E,fl 'ff fl! Dallgg , Q ' 'xl I-rlingtori ',f gf, ff, Fort North ,ofza 'fy I-rlirgton De' fe' ' 'T 'Ezl Coefnan -ary '. ' Gafand 257 ',' :Ti North 402 UNDEFICLASSMEN Tommy Thornton CSol Arlington Flamona Thorp fFrl Gatesville Flic Thorpe tFrl Grand Prairie Cindi Threatt tSol Euless Johnny Throne Url Fort Worth Carol Tidwell fSol Grand Prairie Russell Tidwell fFrl Irving Philipa Tillery Url Dallas Vickie Tillery fSol Dallas Liz Timmons fFrl Fort Worth Terri Tingle Ufrl Fort Worth Mike Tipton Url Garland Flike Tipton Url Corpus Christi Floger Tipton Url Garland Flonnie Tittle tSol Dallas George Tocquigny fSol Sherman loe Toldan fSol Dallas Eddie Tompkins Ufrl Saginaw Larry Tongate Url Bedford Fran Touchstone tFrl Mansfield Mike Townley fFrl Hurst 'll 1:1 f 33 '-'V gg, ww fr' .0 -- I, Modem Mall X. ,. t tx at I 53' ML i 5, . l A sy K 'FT .E fi' .tt ,Q .1 . sg N X i - ' 1s ' 1' U, I 719' Ax x I .. 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Trl Dallas a 'certahcjae ISOJ lfvmg ,'j'QQ" fjril Arllngton ,"5': 'ffl Dallas . h 1 'FQ Fort Worth -ea' Wolfe llfrj Dallas L 'igf 'Ffj Arllngton A- Hoo: VSOJ Glen Rose Ba 'Q Hood! cj Fort Worth - Joao 'nl Waco 'N 5 "bc: fSoj Dallas "jjj 'Ff Fort Worth :gg UQ Fort Worth 53: 'fl Arllngton '-'CA 'SQL Dallas -'zzz' 'fry f'1""' Frj 5:51 'FQ .221 'Sq Cf: 'Sal Arlrngton Arlrngton Abilene 'fesouvta lr-flnq ""a' 'fm Farrrafe Branch 1 'rm rzccarc '.r, L 'ff'-, ,J urn, ', "T 1 ,, , Jil V, M,-f, ,,,. 1 ,, Q, 'LI , ,ana "' f ,.. 41, X rr, c- -fj ' , 41, ,U 1 ,,, H, ,-,, ,, ':, ,,, , 1 1,2 .f ,, 'QQ fha! 'FQ Dallas El Paso Fgrr 'Nqrlh Dallas Anna I-rl hqlor. Lf r Nqr A For' flnrlr FC" fl'frflr Ffln fjgvh lrfqfzq Dallaa Graff! Pfa ' e Jallaa ' af L,-,jf 5 ',ffee'na'e' 406 UNDERCLASSMEN is K L R ' :AMD Q ... .. ,. : ., i 1 bl or 4, .9-' Kina-4' Q. wt- ,r 'S- as W' I ,,. + t., . 'S Q, 2. fr"'N uf. Vx , y -- N ,, N , r: v -, 1 Mxqgxwsf , 'le xii .. P173 efflZli?f'ffiY?'5S . ':1"'f' Sv' N-.-, 1: -sw -v' 1- pa- tw' 5-v 1 Q' 'y 'al V f 0 1 1 Q r iv.. vu" A l Q .iw as in Qi. . ::,k ,gp laumk zTj.A!i X Diana Wrlght fFrJ Gay Wright C801 Gene Wright ISOJ James Wright Url lay Wright CFU Arlington Arlington Arlington Texarkana Garland loseph Wright Url Weatherford .MV A local newscaster records the proceedings as students -:once ooo' : 2 - 'e 32:-e' theme issue following the eventful pep rally which re'e.-.ed the cont- 2-2 2 yea' .. . QFVEEQ 15 . :-,,-- L. .- ri, di fr. -all M '17 .ff 'rr' QFJ T l:' -SJ 'SNES ..- I- - 4 . . -'. "' r..'--- -3 -3-3 D . -. ,e-,eh l.-h -A -- vn- - ..f: :: u .-L--f. l' -- ' ... -.. -3 - 1-. ,: .CSi'2" -5, :Q xs-- M. -- Va-ca-2 '- If as Ne 3 N 5'1- Sf", 2-:-. --,- X- --H I -H- 3,:,:u-... : .::-- N3':'V -:' S5 J-' ': N, . 3,: Nuc- . - :..- xg--, '- - --. N, -. ye -.. -, xii. X- N'::i - 'If' " ..- s e Now C e:-"e 'et X:-': f' 3-: 2-9 .... x i ...I .,. ,.- -ee Arn 5:31 Ss' -' " vi x. -- Q.- -- N .3 X -.---.3 -Q 3 X-. I. - -Q 'r' a .- 'I .... -. Y I- , .: .. x... - t-:-:,:. e-.. .-: x...... - Shy xv N K --X -X x - - -. -- '. -.-.- ... 'x -1 -.- -.:' 'D 1- -- e ,-:'s1' II' ':: ' Q5 '2- --.J - - K - 2 -:K N, , -..:,-:-- Fa-"-:"- -: :': f :F NX NX ex : I she pl ::': .'.:':'- --- b-:, I e'-e ,SS :rt ".:'t' -a '.--,. 4 , -- .o -. T. , T UNDERCLASSMEN 407 A ABRAHAM, GINDA IAccountingI Womens Service Organization, Account- ing Students' Association ADDISON, RONALD IHistoryI . . . Lambda Pi Sigma ADUDDELL, ED IElectrical Engineeringl . . . Alpha Phi Omega AHEARNE, JOE IMathematicsI ...Epsilon Phi AHLFINGER, JIMMY IAccountingI . .. Accounting Students' Axociation ALDER, PITMAN IMathematicsl . . .Pi Sigma Epsilon ALEXANDER, LECIL IAerospace Engi- neeringl . . . American Institute of Aero- nautics and Astronautics ALFORD, ROBERT IElectricaI Engineer- ingl ...Circle K, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, University Discipline Committee ALLEN, BISHOP IEconomicsI ...Kappa Sigma AMMONS, JAN IMathematicsI . . . Alpha Chi Omega ANDERSON, ROY L. IAerospace Engineer- ingl . . .American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Phi Delta Theta ARMSTRONG, HAROLD IlVIathematicsI . . . Delta Tau Delta ASHLOCK, WAYNE W. IEconomicsl . .. Baptist Student Union ATCHISON, SAMUEL HARVEY IHistoryI ...Delta Upsilon B BAACK, NANCY IBusineS Administra- tioni ...Student Activities Board, Women's Service Organization BADGER, HAROLD W. IBusiness Admini- strationl .. .Veterans Club BALDRIDGE, RALPH IHistoryl ...Alpha Phi Omega BARBER, ROD IFinance 81 Marketingl . .. Phi Gamma Delta BARKER, VICKI IArtI ...Alpha Chi Omega, Cheerleader, Favorite BARNETT, TINA ISociologyI ...En Ami BARONE, THOMAS lCivil Engineeringl ...American Society of Civil Engineers BARREE, AUBREY IAerospace Engineer- ingl . . . Collegians for Afro-American Progress, American Society of Certified Engineering Technicians BATES, CHARLES IEngIishI ...Kappa Sigma BATES, M. GEORGE IEIectrical Engineer- ingl . . . Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronics Engineering BAXTER, LES IMechanical Engineeringl ...Delta Tau Delta BEALL, BARRY Iliflathematicsl ...Pi Kappa Alpha BEAVER, DANNY lMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers BEGGS, JIM IFinancel ...Delta Tau Delta BELL, DONALD IElectricaI Engineeringl . . . Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering BENHAM, DEAN A. IMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers BIXLER, JOAN IMusicl . . . Tau Beta Sigma BLACK, JON C. IMechanical Engineeringl . . . Delta Tau Delta, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma BLACK, 'AARY JEANNE IEngIishI... Alpha Chi Omega BLACKERBY, DAVID Ilndustrial Engineer- ingl . . . American Institute of Industrial Engineers INDEX SENIOR INDEX BLEAU, DINAH IEnglishI . . .Sigma Tau Delta BODIFORD, PAM IEnglishl ...Delta Delta Delta BOMAR, KATHI IGovernmentl . . .En Ami BOULLT, MARILYN IHistoryl ...En Ami, Panhellenic Council BOYD, EDWARD IEIectrical Engineeringl . . . Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering BOYD, LESLIE lCivil Engineeringl . .. American Society of Civil Engineers BRADFORD, CARY SCOTT IBuSineSS Administrationl . . . Phi Gamma Delta BRADFORD, LANE IAerospace Engineer- ingl ...Alpha Phi Omega BRADLEY, EARL IElectrical Engineeringl . . . Delta Upsilon BRADLEY, LAYNE IPsychoIogyI . . .Delta Upsilon BRAMLETT, KENNETH IMechanical Engi- neeringl . . . American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers, Society of Automotive Engineers BREWER, CECIL H. IHistoryI . . . Kappa Alpha BROOKS, RON C. IArchitectureI . . .Beta Phi Sigma BROWN, BOB IMathematicsI ...Delta Upsilon BROWN, GREG IBusiness Administrationl . . . Phi Delta Theta BROWN, MATTHEW EDWARD ISociologyl ...Sociology Club, Alpha Chi, Wh0's Who BROWN, NELLIE IEngIishI . . .Women's Senfice Organization BROWN, ROBERT IHistory-Sociologyl . . . Delta Upsilon BROWNING, STANLEY lAcc0untingl . .. Accounting Students' Association BUMPASS, BEVERLY IBiologvl . .. Constituent Science Council BUNT, JOHN R. IAccountingI ...Alpha Chi BURNS, BOBBY IPre-Lawl ...Phi Delta Theta BURNS, DONALD IEIectrical Engineeringl . . . Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering BUTLER, SKIPPER IBusiness Administra- tionl . . . Phi Delta Theta BUTSCH, ROBERT IBioIogyI ...Alpha Chi BYARS, GARY IMechanicaI Engineeringl . . . American Society of Mechanical C CADE, BILLY lAccountingI . . . Delta Tau Delta, Epsilon Phi, Alpha Chi, Interfrater- nity Council CAFFEY, SANDRA IMusicl ...Tau Beta E ngi neers Sigma CAGLE, HARRY IHistoryI ...Alpha Phi Omega CAIN, DANNY E. IHis-toryl ...Alpha Phi Omega CALDER, CHARLES IElectricaI Engineer- ingl ...Alpha Phi Omega CALDWELL, CAREY Ilndustrial Engineer- ingl . . .American Institute of Industrial Engineers CA LLOWAY, BRENDA lHist0ryI ...En Ami CAMERON, HUGH IGovernmentI ...Pre- Law Club, Political Science Club CAMPBELL, KERRY lArtI . . . Art Club CASE, ROBERT W. IMechanicaI Engineer- ingl . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Society of Automotive Engineers CASPER, RONALD IMarketingI . . . Delta Upsilon CATTER, DAVID W. lEIectrical Engineer- ingl . . . Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Insti- tute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering CHAPMAN, JERRY W. Ilndustrial Engi- neeringl . . . American Institute of Indus- trial Engineers CHAR LES, JOHN IAerospace Engineeringl ...American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics CHRISTAL, MIKE IElectricaI Engineeringl . . . Kappa Sigma CLARK, JERRY IAerospace Engineeringl ...American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics CLARK, PAM IArtI . . .Delta Delta Delta CLEM, BRIAN IMarketingI ...Delta Upsilon CO LES, GEORGE ISociologyI ...Alpha Chi CONDRON, FRANCIS IMechanical Engi- neeringl . . . American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers COOPER, CAROL RENE IPhysicsI . .. Epsilon Phi, Physics Club, Society of Women Engineers CORBOY, MARTHA IArt Educationl . .. Delta Zeta COULSON, CINDI lFrenchl . . . Delta Delta Delta COULTER, STEPHEN IAerospace Engi- neeringl . . . Tau Beta Pi COVI LLE, ELAINE IHiSt0ryl ...Alpha Chi COX, JERRY NEWTON IEIectrical Engi- neeringl . . . Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu CRUEFORD, ALLEN lAcc0untin9l . .. Delta Tau Delta CRAYTON, DEBBE IFrenchl . . . Phi Nlu CREACH, GEORGE IHistoryI ...Kappa Alpha CULLING, LAURENCE IGovernmentl . .. Delta Tau Delta CUMBIE, GARY IBusiness Administra- tionl . . . Epsilon Phi, Alpha Chi CUMMING, DONALD R. IEconomics- Financel . . . Kappa Sigma D DABNEY, DICK IArchitectureI . . . Ameri- can lnstitute of Architects DAVIS, ROBERT C. lCivil Engineer- ingl . . .Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, Ameri- can Society of Civil Engineers, Joint Council of Student Engineers DAY, MICHAEL Ilndustrial Engineer- ingl . . . American Institute of Industrial Engineers DEAN, PATTI IForeign Languagesl . . . Phi Mu DEERING, JANNA IFrenchl . . .Delta Delta Delta DELACRUZ, ELIGIO IEIectricaI Engineer- ingl . . .Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu DIBBLE, ALAN lPre-lVIedl . . .Alpha Phi Omega DICK, SAM IGovernmentI . . .Delta Upsilon DOBBS, CHARLES O. IHistoryI . . . Delta Tau Delta DOLLAR, BILL lCivil Engineeringl ...Del- ta Tau Delta DREWS, WAYNE R. Ilndustrial Engineer- ingl . . . American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Joint Council Student Engineers DUCKWORTH, BRENDA IHistoryI ...Phi Alpha Theta DUNCAN, THOMAS J. IElectrical Engineer- ingl . . . Rebel Rousers DUNGAN, RONNIE R. IBiologyI . . . Kappa Sigma DUNN, LARRY J. IBusiness Administra- tionl . . . Delta Tau Delta, lnterfraternity Council ' DYDEK, FRED IElectrical Engineer- ingl . . . Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronics Engineering DYER, SHARON IHIstoryl ...Delta Zeta E EARNEST, ROBERT IEIectrical Engineer- ingl . . . Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronics Engineering EAST, JAN IEngIishI . . .Sigma Tau Delta EASTER, DONALD IGovernmentl . .. Lambda Pi Sigma ' EATON, JIM IAccountingI . . .Accounting Students' Association EATON, LINDA lSociologyI . . . Vaqueros, Rebel Rousers EDWARDS, BARBARA IEnglishI ...En Ami, Sigma Tau Delta EIDSON, RON ISociologyl . . . Lambda Pi Sigma, Sociology Club EIMANDOUST, DJAFAR IMechanical Engineeringl . . . International Club ELDER, SUSAN IEngIishI ...Student Activities Board, Hospitality Council, En Ami, Little Theater ELLIOTT, RICHARD IBioIogvI ...Offi- cer's and Senior's Club, ROTC ELLIS, ALICE IEngIishI ...Sigma Tau Delta ENGLAND, WILLIAM IAerospace Engi- neeringl . . .American Institute of Aero- nautics and Astronautics ESCAJEDA, CARMELITA IMathemat- icsl . . .Sigma Delta Pi F FAULKENBE RRY, LUCES M. IPhysicsI . . . Constituent Council ISchooI of Sciencel, Alpha Chi, Sigma Chi Sigma, Society of Physics, Student Congress FELIX, GEORGE lBusiness Administra- tionl . . . Delta Tau Delta FERRELL, ROBERT ICivil Engineeringl ...American Society of Civil Engineers FINKELSTEIN, NATHAN IElectricaI Engi- neeringl ...Eta Kappa Nu, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers FISCHER, KENNETH R. IBusiness Admin- istrationl . . . Delta Tau Delta FISHER, JACK IMechanicaI Engineeringl . . . American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers FLEISCHER, PAUL G. IAccountingI ...Pi Sigma Epsilon, Accounting Students' Association FLUSCHE, PATRICK ICiviI Engineeringl . . . American Society of Civil Engineers FOSTER, JIM IBusiness Administrationl . . . Phi Delta Theta FOSTER, JIMMY B. ICiviI Engineeringl . .. American Society of Civil Engineers FOWLER, HAYWARD IBusiness Admini- strationl . . . Pi Sigma Epsilon FRANKLIN, SUSAN IEnglishI . . .Phi Mu F RAZE LL, JACOUE IPre-Lawl . . . Delta Tau Delta FULLER, PERRY OWEN IGovernmentI . . . Beta Phi Sigma, Student Activities Board G GAJDOSIK, WILFORD IAccountingI . .. Accounting Student's Association GANSERT, GREG lHistoryl . . . Phi Delta Theta, lnterfraternity Council, Order of Omega GARLAND, RONALD W. IHistoryI . .. Student Education Association, Phi Alpha Theta GARZA, LINDA IElectrical Engineerl . .. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers GHARIS, EUGENE T. IElectricaI Engineer- ingl . . . Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi GIFFORD, CHUCK IPre-Dentall . . . Delta Tau Delta GI LMARTI N, JOHN IPre-Lawl . . . Phi Alpha Theta GLASS, JAMES GREGORY IHistoryl . .. Alpha Chi, Phi Alpha Theta GLASSCOCK, J. D. IMathl . . .Epsilon Phi GNUSE, ROBERT ICivil Engineeringl . . , Pi Sigma Epsilon, American Society of Civil Engineers, Chi Epsilon GOOD, BARRY IHistoryl ...Delta Epsilon GOULD, ALBIE J. IAccountingl . .. Accounting Student's Association GRAFF, SHERRY L. IEngIishl . . .Sigma Tau Delta GRIFFITH, WILLIAM F. IPre-Medicinel . . . Biological Society GRISWOLD, JOHN W. IMathI .. .Delta Upsilon GROVES, RICKEY IBusiness Managementl . . . Phi Gamma Delta GUAY, JAMES IBusiness Administrationl H HALL, KAREN IHistoryl ...Students Activities Board, Women's Service Organization HALLMARK, PHILIP IMusicl ...Phi Mu Alpha HAMILTON, JOHN IHistoryI .. .Beta Phi Sigma HAMM, JAMES L. IEIectrical Engineeringl . . .Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers HAMPTON, JIM ICiviI Engineeringl . .. Alpha Phi Omega, American Society of Civil Engineers HAMPTON, WAYNE IGovernmentl . .. Delta Tau Delta HANNA, WILLIAM IPhysicSl ...Physics Club HARMON, DAVID A. IEIectricaI Engineer- ingl ...Alpha Phi Omega, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering HARRIS, WILLIAM E. IBusiness Adminis- trationl . . . Veteran's Association HARWE LL, HERMAN IMechanicaI Engi- neeringl . . . American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers HARWELL, LINDA IEngIishl ...Delta Delta Delta, Duchess of Delta Tau Delta HAYNES, JIMMY IMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineering HEARRELL, LEWIS RALPH IElectricaI Engineeringl . . . Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi HEMPHILL, ANDY IManagementI ...Phi Gamma Delta HENDERSON, EDGAR M. IBusiness Administrationl . . . Kappa Sigma HENNIG, DON IMechanicaI Engineer- ingl . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Joint Council of Student Engi- neers HE RNANDEZ, AURORA IPre-Lawl . .. Lambda Phi Sigma HESS, RONNIE ICivil Engineeringi . .. American Society of Civil Engineers HESTER, YOULINDA IEnglishI ...Sigma Tau Delta, Sigma Delta Pi, Alpha Chi HILL, BRUCE, Ilndustrial Engineeringl . .. Delta Tau Delta, President, National Order of Omega, lnterfraternity Council HILL, SANDRA IMusicl ...Tau Beta Sigma HINSON, LOUIS A. IEIectricaI Engineer- ingl . . . Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi HOECKENDORF, RICHARD IBusine5 Administrationl . . . Kappa Sigma HOFFMAN, SOOZN IHistoryl . . . Zeta Tau Alpha HOLACKA, JERRY R. IIVIechanical Engi- neeringl . . . American Society of Mechan- ical Engineering HOLLER, DENNIS P. IGeologyl ...Sigma Gamma Epsilon HOLLIFIELD, PATRICK IAerospace Engi- neeringi . . . American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers HOLLINGSWORTH, KARL S. IPhysicsI . . . R.O.T.C. HOLLOWE LL, R. IAerospace Engineer- ingl . . . American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics . . . R.O.T.C. HOLPAAN, HOBYPJ IFrrgr,r,y,l pibya fir. HOLMES, JAMES IlAer,r,ar..w1 Tlrf."',I ogyl, Armrrigari Lqcicgtf r,I Cui Eng rieerinq Ter,hriir,iar.',, St.,r,ter.t I-r,n,,', Board HOOKS, JAMES IE-r.ir,f:'.'. I-'J"-' 'Na tirml . . Delta Sigma Pi HOPKINS, JANET 'EriqIi',r.l ffr,-rag'-, Service Organization HORN, LEWIS IMer,l'iariir,ai Erqireef IYIQI, ,AfYl57fl'.5Jfl Society cl M4:',Pi1.i' 'Vx' E flQlfl5:':Y', HOWELL, AUBFIE IYv5l:',Yi?3fiif,ixl E'-Quang' ingl .. Prll Della Then, HOYOS, GABRIEL IEler,trirg,iI Eriqiwftgr ingl. , Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kap:,a'iu,Ir.'.1i tute of Electrical and Eler,iir,r..i,-, Eng, neering HULTSMAN, DENNIS 'M?CFibfll',al Ergo neeringl . . .Society ul Autcrr-mire Engineers HURLEY, DAVID J, IMechariic3I Erigimyr ingl . . . Pi Tau Sigma, Arrierigari Sggietf of Mechanical Engineers, Society of Auto motive Engineers HUTSON, BRUCE I8'JSlfV:1?,rib-VVE""IQ' . . . Phi Gamma Delta, National Order cl Omega I INGRAM, CHARLES W. ISpanisl'il Kappa Sigma INGRAM, WILLIE E. IElectrical Engineer ingl . . . Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronics Engineering ISBE LL, BOB IMathI . , , Phi Delta Tr-eta J JACKSON, JORJA IEngIishl. ,Zeta Ta.. Alpha JAMIESON, J. SCOTT IElectricaI Engineer- ingl ...Eta Kappa Nu, Institute of Elec- trical and Electronics Engineering JAYNES, JIMMY A. IEIECUICBI Engineer- ingl . . . Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronics Engineering JENKINS, CHRIS IAccountingI ,. Vaqueros JENKINS, STEVEN RAY IPre-Lawl , , , Phi Delta Theta, Lambda Pi Sigma JETER, BENNIE ICl'len'iistryI ,. Kapoa Alpha JOHNSON, PAT IEngIishI . . . Aloha Chi, Sigma Tau Delta JOHNSTON, C. M. IChernistryi , , . Rebel Rousers, Vaqueros JONES, HENRY E. IAerospace Engineer- ingl . . .Society of Automotive Engineers. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics JONES, MICHAEL IMathematicsl , .. Alpha Chi K KEATING, JEROME Ilklathernaticsl . . Alpha Chi KIBBE, PEGGY J. IEngIishI ...Sigma Tau Delta KI LDOW, RANDALL IBusineS Administra- tionl . . . Phi Gamma Delta, Interfraternity Council KIMBALL, MICHAEL H. IMechanicaI Engr neeringi . . . Phi Gamma Delta KING, ROY M. IElectrical Engine-eringi . . . Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering KLEPPER, STEPHEN IFinanceI ...Delta Sigma Pi KLUTZ, SALLY IHistoryI . . . Delta Delta Delta KOUSCHAK, TONY IGeologyl . . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Geological Society KRAFT, AL IHistoryl . . , Phi Delta Theta KRUEGAR, KETURAH LYNN IGovern- mentl . . .Zeta Tau Alpha KUBAN, FRANK J. IEIectrical Engineeringl ...Eta Kappa Nu, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Joint Council of Student Engineers, Tau Beta Pi INDEX 409 L LANG, RICHARD IGovernmentl . . . Kappa Sigma IPresidentl LANGLEY, GRADY lElectrical Engineer- ingl ...Circle K Club LEE, MARVIN lHistoryI . . .Student Edu- cation Association LEGGETT, JAMES IPhysicsl . . .Physics Club LEGGETT, LARRY lMechanical Engineer- ingl . . .American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Joint Council of Student Engineers LEITH, JIM lAerospace Engineeringl ...American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics LEPRESTI, BETSY IForeign Languagel ...Sigma Delta Pi LEVENS, JACK L. ISociologyl R.O.T.C. LEVY, DAVID llndustrial Engineeringl . . . American Institute of Industrial Engi- neers, Alpha Chi Ll LES, DONALD H. Ilndustrial Engineer- ingl . . . American Institute of Industrial Engineers LINGBERG, JAMES IElectrical Technol- ogyl . , . American Society of Civil Engi- neering Technicians LITTWIN, DENNIS A. IMechanicaI Engi- neeringl . . .Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, American Society of Mechanical Engineers LOCKARD, MELISSA lEnglishl ...Sigma Tau Delta LOFTIS, JOHN IMarketingl ...Delta Sigma Pi LOGSDON, GIP M. IAccountingl... Accounting Student's Association LONDON, LARRY IMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers LUCK, SUE IBioIogyI . . .Zeta Tau Alpha, Phi Kappa Theta, Alpha Chi Mc MCCALL, WAYNE ICivil Engineeringl ...American Society of Civil Engineers McCARTHY, RICHARD IEIectrical Engi- neeringl . . .Sigma Nu, Institute of Electri- cal and Electronics Engineering MCCLUNG, DELL G. ISociaI Worki . . . Stu- dent Association of Social Workers MCDONALD, LENDA IMedical Technol- ogyl . . .Tau Beta Sigma MCKEOWN, WILLIAM IElectricaI Engineer- ingl . . . Rebel Ham Club McLERRAN, LINDA IEngIishl ...En Ami, Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Alpha Theta MCMENNAMY, ROGER lManagementl . , . Epsilon Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma MCNARY, JOHN Ilndustrial Engineeringl . . . American Institute of Industrial Engineers MCR E E, R OBE RT ICivil Engineeringl . . , Chi Epsilon, American Society of Civil Engineers M MADDEN, JOHN ICiviI Engineeringl . , . Phi Delta Theta, American Society of Civil Engineers MAHAN, JERI LYNN lEngIishl ...Zeta Tau Alpha MAISON, DONALD J. ISocioIogyl . . .Soci- Ology Club MALONE, MIKE C. lMechanical Engineer- ingl . . .American Society of Mechanical Engineers MARDIS, ROBBIE ICivil Engineeringl . .. Delta Tau Delta MARKS, DAVE IBusiness Administrationl . . , Pi Sigma Epsilon MARSHALL, CARL IPre-Lawl ...Phi Gamma Delta MARTIN, DONALD A. Ilndustrial Engi- neeringl ...American Institute of Indus- trial Engineers INDEX MARTIN, SHIRLEY JO IEnglishl . . .Who's Who Among Students, Phi Alpha Theta, Sigma Tau Delta, Students' Education Association MARZONIE, FRANCIA lFrenchl . . . Who's Who Among Students, Women's Service Organization, Alpha Chi, Newman Club, Ski Club, Delta Zeta MAXWELL, GRACE lEngIishl ...En Ami MAXWELL, ROBERT IEngIishl . . . Kappa Alpha MEADE, JOHN Ilndustrial Engineeringl . . . Kappa Sigma, American Institute of Industrial Engineers MEES, DWAIN lAccountingl . . .Account- ing Student's Association MEISER, BARBARA IEngIishl ...Sigma Tau Delta MEYE R, KATHY lPsychol0gyl . . .Zeta Tau Alpha MILLER, KENNETH lMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . Pi Tau Sigma MINER, TERRE IEngIishl . . . Phi Mu MINTER LARRY G. IP0litical Sciencel ...Beta Phi Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega, lnterfraternity Council MITCHELL, DAVID W. IEIectrical Engi- neeringl . . . Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering MITCHELL, LLOYD lEIectrical Engineer- ingl . . . Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronics Engineering MODGLING, GARY IMathl . . . Vaqueros MOLINA, MOISES IMusicl . . . Phi Mu MONCRIEF, CHARLES lElectrical Engi- neeringl . . . Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi MON REAL, WALLY lSpanishI . . . Delta Upsilon MONROE, JOHN THOMAS lMechanicaI Engineeringl ...American Society of Mechanical Engineers MOORE, DAVID IMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . Delta Tau Delta, Tau Beta Pi MOORE, DON H. Ilndustrial Engineer- ingl . . . American Institute of Industrial Engineers MOORE, MORRIS C. IMusicl . . .Phi Mu MOORE, RAY IAccountingl . . . Delta Tau Delta MOORE, ROBERT IHistoryl ...Phi Alpha Theta, Alpha Chi MORRE LL, JAYNE ISocioIogyl . . . Phi Mu MORRISON, MICHAEL lCivil Engineer- ingl . . . Chi Epsilon, President of Ameri- can Society of Civil Engineers MORRISON, RONNIE lMechanical Engi- neeringl . . . Delta Tau Delta MYERS, DEWEY RAY IElectrical Engineer- ingl . . . Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Insti- tute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering N NEWMAN, DANA IEnglishl . . .Sigma Tau Delta, Student Education Association NIPP, ELLEN IEngIishl . . . Phi Mu NORMAN, RANDALL lBusiness Adminis- trationl . . . Delta Tau Delta NORMAN, RICK IBusiness Administra- tionl ...Delta Sigma Pi NQRRIS, SARA lSociologyI . . . Sociology lub NOWELL, JOHN C. lMathematicsl . .. Delta Tau Delta, Interfraternity Council NUTT, BRUCE W. lElectrical Engineer- ingl . . . Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronics Engineering O O'DAY, DON IBusiness Administrationl . . . Kappa Sigma OSBORNE, LYNN IEngIiShl ...Alpha Chi IPresidentl, Sigma Tau Delta, Sigma Delta Pi OVERTON, ROBERT lBusiness Adminis- trationl . . . Phi Gamma Delta OZYMY, CHARLES lMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers P PARDO, TERRY L. ICivil Engineer- ingl . . . American Society of Civil Engineers PARK, DON lPre-Medl . . .Alpha Phi Omega PARKER, DEAN IEIectricaI Engineer- ingl . . . Sam Houston Rifles PARKER, HOMAR ICivil Engineer- ingl . . . American Society of Civil Engineers PARKER, PATRICIA IEnglishl . .. Women's Service Organization PARKISON, GENE lEIectricaI Engineer- ingl . . . Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronics Engineering PASCHAL, DAYTON IMathematicsl . . . Kappa Alpha PATTERSON, H. DANIEL IArchitec- turel . . . Pi Sigma Epsilon PATTERSON, RANDAL IBusiness Admin- istrationl . .. Delta Epsilon Pi, Delta Sigma Pi PAYNE, LAURAN IFrenchl . . . Zeta Tau Alpha PEARCE, JAMES IAerospace Engineer- ingl . . . American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Alpha Chi, Tau Beta Pi PEGRAM, ROBERT IAccountingl . . . Ac- counting Student's Association PEHKONEN, ELAINE lFrenchl . . . Delta Zeta PENNOCK, LEN IArchitecturel . . . Kappa Sigma, Architects Institute of America PER RY, STAN lMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . Phi Delta Theta PETERS, ROBERT IFinancel ...Pi Sigma Epsilon PIGG, KENNETH IBusiness Administra- tionl . . . Pi Sigma Epsilon PLECHUS, GREG IAerospace Engineer- ingl . . . American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics POLK, BUTCH lHistoryl ...Phi Gamma Delta POTTINGER, JAMES IAerospace Engineer- ingl . . . American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics PRESTON, EUGENE IElectrical Engineer- ingl . . . Eta Kappa Nu, Rebel Ham Club PROCHASKA, FRANK IPre-Law, Historyl . . . Phi Gamma Delta, Cheerleader PTACEK, JOHN IChemistryl . . . Newman Club Q OUAR LES, BILL W. lBusiness Administra- tionl . . . Pi Sigma Epsilon OUILLIN, SANDI ISociologyl . . . Women's Service Organization, International' Club R RABROKER, MARY IHist0ryl . . . Delta Delta Delta RAKE, BUDDY lGovernmentl . . . Lambda Pi Sigma, Student's Activities Board RAMIREZ, MARIO IMathematicsl . . . Alpha Phi Omega RAY, ROGER F. lMathematicSl . . .Alpha Chi, Delta Upsilon READER, AL lBiology, Pre-Medl ...Epsi- Ion Phi lPresidentl, Student Congress REBER, RONNIE lAerospace Engineer- ingl . . . American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics RE DMON, NANCY J. IBusiness Administra- tionl . . . Folk Music Club, Wesley Foundation REED, BARBARA IHistoryl . . .En Ami REESE, LEONARD lMathematicsl . . . Alpha Chi, Math Club, Physics Club RENFRO, BRYAN lHistoryl ...Delta Tau 'Delta REYNOLDS, NANCY lEnglishl . . .Sigma Tau Delta RICH, LINDA lGovernmentl . . . Lambda Pi Sigma RICHARDSON, JIM IGeoIogyl . . . Presi- dent of Geological Society RICHARDSON, J. MICHAEL IBiologyl . . . Geological Society ROBBINS, JAMES IBusiness Administra- tionl . . . Kappa Alpha ROBERTS, ELIZABETH IAccountingI . . . Accounting Students' Association, School of Business Constituent Council ROBINSON, GARY IMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma ROBINSON, JAMES IMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Sigma Alpha Epsilon ROGERS, NANCY ISociologyI . . .Delta Delta Delta ROSS, CHARLES L. IEnglishl . . .Sociol- ogy Club, Sigma Tau Delta S SABATUCCI, CINDY IEnglishI ...Zeta Tau Alpha SAUNDERS, BILL IBusiness Administra- tionl . . . Kappa Sigma SAWEY, ROBERT J. IHistoryI . . . Phi Alpha Theta, Student Education Associa- tion, Newman Club SCAGGS, MAX IPsychologyI . . .Ski Club SCHICK, SHARI IArtl ...Alpha Chi Omega, Favorite SCHMIDT, ANN IChemistryl . . . Who's Who Among Students SCOTT, SHARON ISociologyI ...Soci- ology Club SEEBURGER, JAMES M. IBusiness Admin- istrationl . . . School of Business Constit- uent Council SEGAL, HARASH N. IElectrical Engineer- ingl ...Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronics Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu SEI FERT, ARTHUR IMarketingI . . . School of Business Constituent Council SESSOM, EUGENE IAccountingI ...Pi Sigma Epsilon, Accounting Students' Association SE XTON, JUDY KAREN lPre-Lawl . .. Lambda Pi Sigma, Liberal Arts Council SHARP, STANLEY IMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Sigma Alpha Epsilon .SHAVER, BRACK IGovernmentI ...Phi Delta Theta SHAVER, ROBERT IMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . Pi Tau Sigma SHERMAN, ROBERT IElectricaI Engineer- ingl . . . Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronics Engineering SIEBOLD, DAVID IMathematicSI . . . New- man Club, Math Club SIEFORT, ERNIE IBusiness Administra- tionl . . . Student Activities Board SIMMONS, DAN ISpanishI . . .Alpha Phi Omega siMMoN, THOMAS ICivil Engineeringl . .. Kappa Sigma SLAG LE, HALBERT IMathematicSI . .. Sigma Tau Delta SLUSSER, BILL IElectricaI Engineer- ingl . . .Phi Delta Theta lPresidentI Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu SMITH, BARBARA BRI'l'I'ON IEng- Iishl . . . Alpha Chi, Sigma Tau Delta SMITH, BRADLEY K. ICivil Engineer- ingl . . . American Society of Civil Engi- neers, Joint Council of Student Engineers SMITH, GARY lAccountingI . . .Account- ing Students' Association SMITH, JOE GARY IManagementI . .. Delta Tau Delta SMITH, MARK IMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . Baptist Student Union sMiTH, MICHAEL Ieioiogyl ...Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma Gamma Epsilon SMITH, PAT IBusiness Administra tionl . . . Phi Gamma Delta SMITH, ROBERT DAVID IAcc0unt- ingl . . . Accounting Students' Association SMITH, SIDNEY IGeologyl . . . Geological Society SNOWDEN, COLLEEN IEnglishI ...En Ami SOCKWELL, JAMES E. IMechanical Engi- neeringl . . . American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers SOWE RS, MIKE IE lectrical Engineer- ingl . . . Phi Kappa Theta, Alpha Chi, Eta Kappa Nu SPALDING, JIM IMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . Kappa Sigma SPARGER, ANNA IHistoryl . . ,Alpha Chi, Phi Alpha Theta SPENCE, WILLIAM IMechanical Engineer- ingl . . .American Society of Mechanical Engineers SPOOR, SUSAN IEnglishl ...Sigma Tau Delta, Epsilon Phi, Who's Who Among Students, Liberal Arts Constituent Council SPRINKLE, PHIL IElectrical Engineer- ingl . . . Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronics Engineering SR I BHE N, PANSAK ICivil Engineer- ingl . . . American Society of Civil Engi- neers, Sigma Alpha Epsilon STEVEN, MARK IAerospace Engineer- ingl . . .Sam Houston Rifles STITH, LAURA ISpanishI . . .En Ami STODDARD, BONNIE IPsychol- ogyl . . . Delta Zeta STORY, MICHAEL IGeologyl ...Alpha Phi Omega, Geological Society STOTTS, HARRY M. IMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Sigma Alpha Epsilon STOVER, PATRICIA IAccountingl . . .Ac- counting Students' Association STROUBE, ESTHEL IGermanl ...Delta Tau Delta, Johnny Reb, Favorite SWAFFORD, WILLIAM IMechanical Engi- neeringl . . .Sigma Alpha Epsilon SWIM, JAMES lBiologyl ...Biological Society T TALLEY, MILLER lEIectrical Engineer- ingl . . . Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronics Engineering TAULMAN, JAMES IMathematicSI . . . A Capella Choir, Christian Science Organization , TAYLOR, SCOTT lPre-Medl ...Phi Gamma Delta, Interfraternity Council, 1968 Johnny Reb TEAGUE, RICHARD IBusiness Administra- tionl . . . Delta Tau Delta TEDFORD, ROBERT lArcl'litec- turel . . . Architects Institute of America TERRY, JAMES IE nglishl ...Press Club THEISS, RAYMOND IElectricaI Engineer- ingl ...Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronics Engineering THOMAS, LARRY IChemistryl . . . Rebel Rousers, Constituent Council of School of Science THWEATT, MIKE IMathematiCSI . . . Delta Tau Delta Tl BEY, STEVE IBusiness Administra- tionl . . . Phi Gamma Delta TILSON, PATTI IHistoryl . . . Delta Zeta TIMMONS, ROBERT IAccountingl . . . Pi Sigma Epsilon TINDALL, NORMAN IMarketingI ...Delta Tau Delta TOTTEN, BARBARA IMathematicsI ...En Ami TRAMMELL, GARY TRAVIS IAcc0unt- ingl . . . Accounting Students' Association TRICH, JOHN A. IMechanical Engineer- ingl . . . Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma IPresidentl TRIETSCH, GARY ICiviI Engineer- ingl . . .Chi Epsilon, American Society of Civil Engineers TROXELL, MIKE IMathematiCSI ...Alpha Chi TURNER, RONNIE D. llndustrial Engineer- ingl . . .Tau Beta Pi President American Institute of Industrial Engineers TURRENTINE, FREIDA IEngliShI . . . Pres- ident of Phi Mu U UPCHURCH, ALAN lCiviI Engineer- ingl . . .American Society of Civil Engineers V VADEII, HUST f IEf,l,r.r,fr,ir--J Ph, fjgiva Theta CLELL If4H,l Er,1J,f4:x5y IYIQI . Chl Efhllofi, f-rr,sgYi',ar arf,-qv, of CIVII E Yiqirvtgfgrgd Er,',ilf,ri Pin, VANDIVEFI, Cifef If-rfrfr,-,rlirlp Lf- uiurilirig Qtiirjeriv-,' Ag-1,r,.p,1.f,I Wi,--,:,'. Service Orryinilatior. W WAKEFIELD, JOHN IFir.:,rirc-I Yagfy, Alpha WALKER, IEIlgl,Uir,3I Er.l!irs:4,f ingl . . . Institute QI Electriwl aug Eigr, tronics Engineering WALKER, ROBERT lSr,gir,lrf3yi V51 sity Pistol Tearn, R,O,T,C, IP4Tf:LfuafliI',5I Efiginrfgf ingl ...Delta Tau Delta WALLER, RICHARD IA.em3oar.e Er-g.fr,i,f ingl . . .American Institute at I-ercra-,f f, and Astronautics WALTON, ROCKY IBu5irif:'.S Adrmnigtra tionl . . . Kappa Sigma WATKINS, DAVID ifirthnez- turel ...Architects Institute of America WATSON, MICHAE L ihlatrernat- icsl .. .Baptist Student Union WE BB, LARRY WAYNE 'Gower'- mentl .. .Kappa Alpha WEIHER, LINDA lAccountingl Alva Chi WEISS, H. CHARLES IMechanical Engi- neeringl . . . American Society of Nigerian- cal Engineers WEST, LOUIS IMechanical Engi- neersl . . . American Society of NHQCIWBPIICBI Engineers, Sigma Alpha Epsilon WESTMORELAND, JAMES Ielistory, Pre- Lawl .. .Rebel Rousers WIBLE, DONALD 'Aerospace Engineer- ingl ...Alpha Phi Omega WILLIAMS, JOHN IBiologyl ., Epsilon Phi WILLIAMS, PATRICK IAcc0.int- ingl . .Alpha Chi, President of Accocnting Students' Association WILLIAMS, TIM lForeign Languagel ., Kappa Sigma WILLIAMS, WOODIE lBiologyI . , . Biologi- cal Society WILLIAMSON, RICHARD lEIeCtrical Engi- neeringl . , .Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu WILSON, CHARLES IEIecrrical Engineer- ingl . . . Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronics Engineering WILSON, ROBERT IGOvernmentI . ,. Lambda Pi Sigma WINCOVITCH, CATHIE iHistoryi , , , Phi Mu, Panhellenic Council WINTER, FELIX IHiSt0ryl , L , Phi Alpha Theta, R.O.T.C. WINTON, JAMES lGovernmentl ,,. Kappa Alpha WOLFENBERGER, VIRGINIA ANN IBiol- ogyl . . . Biological Society. Epsilon Phi WOLLENMAN, DAVID IPre-Medi , , , Phi Gamma Delta, Alpha Chi WOODRUFF, MARTIN Ihlathematicsl , R.O.T.C., Folk Music Club WOSSUM, GENE ICivil Engineer- ingl ...American Society of Civil Engineers WRIGHT, PAT IEngIishI . . . Sigma Tat. Delta Z ZELT, CHERYL Ilklathernatiml ...Delta Delta Delta ZEMENICK, RICHARD IPre-Medi ...Phi Gamma Delta ZEMENICK, ROBERT lFinanCel , , , Phi Gamma Delta ZSOHAR, ZOLTAN IMe-chanical Engineer- ingl . . . Pi T u Sigma, American Society of Mechani Engineers. Society ot Auto- motive Engineers INDEX Boorman, Tom . . A Are" Debra . . Axela: : Abdolhedl .. . A:-e La"v , , 126, A:--'ar-a-n S -as . N, A:-'ahac' Jock , , 177. A:--rn Sc' .1 . ,. Abs A- ne . . 136. A:-sn re Danni .,,. 122. A CABPELLA CHOIR .202-203 ACCCLNTING STUDENTS' 335 . , I Bradford 143 362 Brewer, Susie ....... 116, 35S 358 358 334 358 358 358 358 CRGANIZATION ,.... 170 Asks' Bertie ., . .,. 145 Acme' Don . ...., 358 Acker 5333021 .,, 122. 358 Ada r Larrx . ... 124, 358 Adams Cn ntnia . ,,., 358 Adams Dianne . 358 Adams Dave A. . ... 300 Adams Vers .. ,.,,, 358 Adams Pat . . 121,358 AC3""S Patrick ..., . 358 A513075 william E. .. ... 358 Addison Ronald .. 334 Adel-fan Eleanore .. ... 334 Adk ns Henry .. ... 334 ACK ns Weldon ,V ... 358 Aorcire Jerry S. .. . . . 358 Aouodell Ed .. ... 334 Agee David ...358 Agnew, Carol , .. . .. 358 A'sah. Frouzan .. ... 334 Ahearne, Joe .,.. . .. 334 Ahl1in9er,Jir't'Ir1'ly , , , . 334 Arima. An-ta ,. ... 358 Ant. James .. . .. 334 AIA ...... . , . 172 AIAA ,. .. . 171 AIIE ,..,.. ... 173 Ailara. Susan .,, . . .. 358 Alan, Sami ,..., . .142+143 Akev, Pamela D. .. .... 334 Aim. Jerry S. ... ... 358 Akin. Roy ....... 358 Albertson, Ronald .. ... 358 Albin, Richard ... ... 358 Albin, William R, ... 173 Alder. Pitman ... . .. 334 Alderdice. Marc . . ., 334 Alexander, Lec-l .. .,,.. 334 AIECLJIIB. Geri v,,,.. 144, 358 FIBIBDCBY. Barbara ....... 358 Alexander, Donald . . ... 358 Alexander, Gary .. . , . 358 Alexander. Ginger ... . .. 358 Avore, Beatrice D. .. , . . . 334 Aliorc, Michael .. ..... 334 Alford, Robert . . .. . 100, 136, 143, 334 Ali, 'dohsln ,,. 172, 358 Allen. Barbara ... ..... 358 Allen, Bishop .. ... 132. 334 AIIEC, Dickey ,.... 35B Allen, Donna ... 358 Aller, 63771 ..... 358 Allen, Gloria . ... 202, 203 Allen, Jaclr C .... 358 LIIEV, Larry I ... 358 Allen, p3YVlC'B . ... 358 Allen, Sarneel , ..,. .. 358 AIIE1. J-rr-I . . 119,124, 358 lllllS0h,Llar1 , ......... 358 Allis-ci0.9GUer1 ... 133,358 Allison. Romrr ..... 303 A-lrcond, Larrr ...,, 121. 358 Alrrazan, Richard ... . . .. 358 ALPHA CHI ...... 136-138 ALPHA CHI OMEGA .103-109 ALPHA PHI OMEGA H136-187 A-"ar, Betsy .... ... 358 Ar'-ri, Charles . ,.... 358 I-'re' ri, Ja"es B, . .. 124, 358 Arre1.Laroir'iJo ... 358 A'ne1,Par"9ri': . ...,. 334 Afnmons, Jar ... 103, 33-4 Amour. Judr .,.. 358 A"'Y1. Richard P ... 358 Anderton, Kim 358 Anderson, Billy . 358 Anderson. Causen W. 358 Anderson, David . . , 358 Anderton. Eddie ,. . . 253 INDEX Anderson, Harry .. . . . 358 Anderson, Jarvis .. . . . . 358 Anderson, John R. . .... 358 Anderson, Linda ..... 203, 358 Anderson, Michael ....... 358 Anderson, Robert D. ..... 358 Anderson, Roy L. 114, 130, 334 Anderson, Tamarine ...... 358 Anderson, Thomas . . . . . . 358 Andrews, David . . . .. . 172 Andrzevewski, A. V. . . . . . 358 Angel, Gary ..... .... 1 72 Anglin, Fred R. ...... 172, 358 Anguizola, Dr. Gustav ..... 322 Anthony, Donna ..... . . . 358 Apel, Mike ....... . . . 358 Applewhite, Arthur . . . . . 358 Aresheben, Iras . .. . . . 358 Aracha. Luis , , .. . 358 Arce, Jane . . . . . . 358 Arce, Joe ..... ....., 3 34 Archer, Larry F. ......... 334 ARLINGTON COLLEGE .. 6-7 ARLINGTON REVIEW ... 214 Armour, Ricky .......... 35B Armstrong' Charles D. .... 358 Armstrong, Donald . . . . . . 334 Armstrong, Elaine ........ 358 Armstrong, Harold .. . 122, 334 Armstrong, Jack ..... . . . 358 Armstrong, Kenneth ...... 358 Arnold, Karen .,..... . . . 358 Arnold, Michael . . . . . 358 Arnold, Michael L. ....... 358 Arostegui, Jonathan E. .... 358 Arueson, Eric ........... 359 Asa, Donna . . . . 110, 359 Asa, Mary .... . . 110, 359 Asbell, Richie .. . . . 359 ASCE .......... .... 1 74 Ashby, John ........ 124, 359 Ashford, George W. . . . . . 302 Ashley, W. David . . . . . 359 Ashlock, Wayne W. . . . . . . 334 Ashmore, Linda . . .... 359 Ashworth, Jim . .. 126, 359 Aslett, Reggie . . .... 359 Aslett, Ronald S. . . . , 359 ASME .......... . . . 175 Aston, Royce ..... .... 3 31 Atchison, Samuel H. . . 124, 334 Atha, Reggie .....,...... 359 Atherton, Linda , 108, 146, 359 Atkins, Debbie . ....... 359 Atkins, Donald ,......... 359 Atkins, Linda ...... 43, 78-79, 86-87, 108-109, 134, 156,334 Attaberry, Michael ....... 359 Attkisson, Tommy . . . . . . 359 Atwell, Gregory .. . . . 359 Aubrey, Dianne . . . . . 359 Augustine, Eugene .. . . . . 334 Aves, Susan ...... . . . 359 Ayala, lgnasio . . . . . 359 Aycock, Mark . . ... 359 Aydt, Patti .. ... 359 B Baack, Nancy ...... . . 334 Babineaux, Jeannine ...,.. 359 Backol, Becky ..,,,. 116, 359 Badger, Harold W. . . .... . 334 Badprs, Gerald D. , . . 335 Baggett, Marilyn , . . . 359 Bailey, David W. . . . . 335 Bailey, Debra . . .. 359 Bailey, Dennis . . .. 359 Barley, Judy ... .. 335 Bailey, Virginia . .. . . 359 Bailey Wilson .. ,. 359 Baker, David R. . . . . 335 Baker, Jerry K, . . . 335 Baker, Kathe .. .. 359 Baker, Keith .. .. 359 Baker, Larry .. ..... 359 Baker, Philip .. . , 128, 359 Baker, Thomas . . . ,,.. . 359 Baldridge, Johnny ,... 132, 359 Baldridge, Ralph ... .... . 335 Ball. Liam ..... .. 246 Balland, Dan P. ,. . . . 359 INDEX Ballard, Bobbie . . Ballard, Gary D. . Ballard, Stephen . . . Ballinger, Marie . . Ballou, Michael . . Balvin, Barbara . . Bamberg, Laura . Banister, Andy . . Banjer, Grazi . . . Banks, Carol . . . Banks, Johnny . . Banks, Richard F. . . . . BAPT ST STUDENT l UNION Barber, Rod .. . Berger, Michael . . Barker, David . . Barker, Vicki . . Berksdale, Mike . Barksdale, Stephen Barner, William .. Barnes, Phil . . . Barnes, Ricky . . Barnett, Bobbye . . . Barnett, Carol . . Barnett, Cassie . . Barnett, Tina ....... Barnett, William D. Barnhill, Charles .... Barnhouse, Robert H. . Barr, Dwane ...... Barree, Aubrei . . Barrett, Lori . . Barrick, Larry . . . Barron, Louis Jr. Barry, Danny . . Barry, Pete .... Barry, Warren . . . Bartel, Danny R. Barone, Thomas Bartlett, Paul Jr. . Bartlett, Tim . . . Barton, Jeffrey G. . 122 112 122 146 126, 108 133 140. 161 112 122 124 124 Barton, Craig ....... 43, 213 Barton, Troyce . . . . Basehore, Jeff . . Baskin, Kathy . . Baskin, Patricia . . Bass, M ike ..... Bassham, Jerry . . Bassham, Ronnie Batchelder, Michael Bates, Charles . ...... Bates, Connie . . . Bates, Kenneth 110, Bates, M. George . . . . . Bauer, Ralph ........ Baw, Cindy ..... 136, Bax ter, Les ......... Baxter, Vickie L. Bayer, Katherine Baylor, Mike ..... , . . . Beaird, Donna . . . Baal, Kim ..,. Beall, Barry . . . Bean, Robert . . Bearden, James . . Beare, Jerry W. . . 116, Beasley, Gary . . Beasley, Linda . . Beasley, Pat ....... Beasley, Coach Tom . . . Beatty, Veronica L. Beaudry, Harry R. Beaver, Danny D. Beck, Don E. Ill . Beckel, Billy ..,. Beckham, Randy Becknal, Paul . .. Beckwith, Gary . . Beebe, Ethelynn . Beeman, Karen . . .... Beeman, William E Beer, Don ...... Boggs, Jim .. . . Bell Donald . . Bell Donald .. Bell, James V. .. Bell, Jennifer . . Bell Larry L. . . . . Bell Larry W. . . , . Boll Patti . . Bell Robert . 172 132 146 172 146 122 9B 203 172 122 136 122 140 r 1 359 335 359 359 359 360 335 360 360 360 335 360 188 335 360 335 335 360 136, 360 360 360 , 360 360 360 , 335 360 335 335 360 335 360 335 335 360 360 246 360 335 284 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 , 335 360 360 335 360 360 , 335 360 360 127 , 360 360 335 335 360 360 360 360 335 248 , 360 298 335 360 360 360 360 360 331 360 314 290 335 335 360 361 361 361 361 361 361 Bell, Wes ...... Bellomy, James . . Belt, Sandra . . . . 'Benham, Ann H. . . Benham, Dean A. . Benham, Linda . . Bennedict, Craig Bennett, Connie Bennett, Crist Bennett, Bennett, Bennett, Bennett, Bennett Bennett Bennett, Benson, . . 83,108- 121,155-156, y . . Debbie Joe B. . . Michael ..... 132, Sharon , Sidney M. . . , Stephen John Bentley, Beve Bentley Benton, Berkau, Bernal, , Dave William rly Karen . . Mike David L. 107, 136, 110, Berndt, Ed . . . Berrett, Jackie . . Berryhill, E. P. ... BETA PHI SIGMA Beydown, Maher . . Bickel, Jennifer S. .. . Bielss, Rayburn . . . Bigelow, Ronald . . . 361 361 361 31 1 335 361 246 109, 361 361 243 361 361 361 173 361 361 361 361 361 361 361 361 361 361 314 121 336 361 361 336 Biggerstaff, Jim ...... 122, 361 Biles, Weldon ........... 361 Binkley, Randy .......... 361 BIOLOGICAL SOCIETY .. 176 Bird, Terry ............. 361 Birkhead, Charles . . . . . . 361 'Bisbee, James R. . . .. . 319 Bishop, Allen . ... 361 Bishop, Bonnie . . . . . 361 Bishop, Connie . . . . 361 Bishop, Gary .. . . . 361 Bishop, Joan . . . . . 336 Black, David R. . ...... 361 Black, Jim . . . .... 214, 336 Black, Jon C. .... 99, 122, 336 Black, Larry ............ 253 Black, Mary Jeanne ..... 64, 78, 108-109, 336 Blackburn, Caroline ...... 331 Blackburn, Robert ....... 361 Blackerby David .... 173, 336 Blackerby Ted . . . . . . 361 Blackwell, Dale W. . . . . 331 Blackwell, James .. . . . . 336 Blackwell, Mike . . . . . 361 Blackwell, Nancy . . . . . 361 'Blair, Leon B. .... . . . 302 Blair, Mary ............. 361 Blakney, Carol Lynne . 140, 361 Blakney, Paul ..... .... 2 O8 Blanchard, Michael ....... 361 Blanche, Richard .... 132, 361 Blanton, Patsy . . .... 361 Blaydes, Karen .......... 361 Blazek, Joe D. ....... 124, 336 Bleau, Dinah .... 136, 146, 336 Bledsoe, Charlene ........ 361 Bledsoe, Kenneth . . . . . 361 Blevins, E. Diane . . . . . 361 Blevins, Michael R. . . . . 361 Block, William ... ... 361 Blood, Victor . . . . . . 172 Blount, Richard .. ... 172 Blythe, Rickey .. . . . 361 Boals, Howard Jr. . . . , 336 'Boatwright, Jo . . . . . 303 Babbitt, Barry .. . . . 361 Bobo, James . . .... 336 Bocchio, Nico . . . .... . 361 Bodiford, Jemie ..... 107, 110, 165, 362 Bodlford, Pam ., . . . 110, 336 Boetler, Bobby . . . . . 122, 362 Boer, Becky .... ..... 3 62 Boettchar, Bruce ..... 122, 362 Boggs, Linda .... .... 3 62 Bolden, Annie C. . . . 362 Boles, Claud W. . . . . . 336 ' Boling, Dan .... ..... 3 06 Bolliger, Bryan . . . . . 172, 362 Bols, Russell .. , .... . 362 Bolton, Carol . , . . . 336 Bolton, Donna .. . . . 362 e 0 Bomar, Kathi . . Bonar, Eunlce . . . Bond, Laura . . . Bond, Vickie .... Bonham, Danny G. Boog-Scott, John Boomer, William . Booth, William .. Borne, Larry . . . Borton, Gilbert . . Bortot, Giorgio . . Bost, Edward L. . Bostick, Michael . Boswell, Fay .... Boswell, George . Bott, Alan ...... Bottalico, Joe . . . Boucher, David . . Boullt, Marilyn . . 107, Bourell, Kenneth Bowden, Charles . 142-143, 132, 172, 112, Bowen, Carol . . . . . . . Bowels, Tereesa J. . . . Bowman, David .. Bowman, Gilbert Bowman, Kenneth Bowman, Larry . . Bowman, Terry W. Boyce, Cheryl . . . Boyce, Kay . . . Boyd, Edward . . . Boyd, Leslie . . Boyd, Ph Boydston, Barney Boynton, Bud . . . , Carolyn Bradford, Cary S. Bradford, Lane .. Bradford, Patricia Bradford, Scott . . Bradford, William Bradley, Earl .... Bradley, Jamie . . Bradley, Layne . . 130, ... 140, 126, 124, 124, 210, Bradley, Silas B. . Bradley, Sylvia . . Bradshaw, Larry . Bradshaw, Maureen Bragg, Byrl ..... Bragg, Raymond . Braley, Bill ..... Braley, Don . . . Brame, John M. . Bramlett, Carolyn Bramlett, Kenneth Brammer, Gary . . 136, 140, Brandon, Bob ........... Brandon, Frank . . . . . Brandt, Robert A. . . . . . . Brannon, Gerald . . . . . Branscum, Dan . . . . . Brant, Janie .... . . . Brantley, Dale .... . . . Brantley, Thomas Brasher, Bill .... . . . 130, Braswell, James ... . . . . . .. BRAZOS HOUSE DORM COUNCIL .... Bredow, Rebecca Breithaupt, William Breland, Deborah . . . . . . Brendle, Suzy .... . . . Brent,Dan .. .. Breskin, Jack .... ..... Brewer, Cecil H., Jr. . . Brewer, Ernest G. 'Brewer, George W. Brewer, Nancy . . . . . 109, 128, Brewster, Bettye . . 202-203 Brewster, Richard L. Brezina, Peggy .......... Bridge, Deborah . 108, 125, Bridges, Alan ........... Bridges, Michael . . Bridges, Robert . . Briggs, Jan . . Briggs, Will ..... Brigham, Tony C. . Brimage, Richard . Brister, Donald . . 336 311 362 362 362 336 362 362 362 362 362 362 292 362 362 362 362 362 362 336 362 362 362 362 362 362 172 I I I 362 362 362 336 336 336 362 362 362 362 336 336 362 336 362 336 125 162, 336 362 362 362 362 362 336 336 336 362 336 362 362 362 336 362 336 336 337 362 337 362 149 362 362 362 362 362 172 337 362 314 362 362 362 362 362 362 337 337 362 362 362 362 337 362 A Q. - T-3' .v-,q-J-3? i l i l i 1 l i l l l Brlstow Brlttaln Brltton, Britton, , Phllllp . . . , Diane . Carol . . Jim . . Brock, Alan . . Brock, Becky . . Brock, Rhonda .. . Brooks, Brooks, Brooks, Beth .. Larry . . Ron C. . Brotcke, Paul .... Brothers, Ronald . Broussard, Larry . . Browder, Jame . Brown, Bob . . Brown, Bobby . Brown, Cathy . . Brown, Dannie . Brown, David . . Brown, David . . Brown, Dennis . Brown, Dennis . Brown, Diana . . Brown, Don . . Brown, Elaine . . Brown, Florence . . Brown, Garland . . Brown, Gene . . . Brown, Hugh F. . . Brown, Jackye . . . Brown, James D., Jr Brown, James R. . . Brown, James R. . . Brown, Mack .... Brown, Matthew E. Brown, Michael . . . Brown, Nellie . . Brown, Paul E. . Brown, Paul, J. . Brown, Rebecca . . Brown, Richard G. Brown, Robert . . . Brown, Roger N. . . Brown, Susan .... Brown, Wallace R., Brownfield, Richard L. . Browning, Bovie . . Browning, Mike . . Browning, Stanley Bruck, Bill ...... 132, 108 126 121 124 132, 136, 132, 124, 126 I 362 363 363 363 256 363 363 363 363 337 363 363 203 363 337 337 1 18 363 337 363 363 363 363 172 363 363 363 363 363 363 363 337 363 363 97, 337 363 337 363 363 363 363 337 363 363 363 363 363 363 337 363 o 0 Brumhall, Jan . . Bryan, Joseph . . Bryant, Jeue D. . Bryant, Mary . . Bryant, Mllas . . Bryant, Paul . , . Bryant, Ronald . . Bryant, Ronald D. Bryant, Sarah . . . Bryce, Mlke . . Bryson, Hans . . . Bucahanan, Mike Buckner, Becky . Buckner, Sandra ..... Budlnsky, Bo . . Buell, Blll .... Buford, Anna , . Buford, BIII .......... Buford, Stephen . 119, Bull, Mary ........... Bumpass, Beverly Bunch, Jerry ... Bunderle, Jan . . Bunn, Alan ..... Bunn, Gregory S. Bunt, John R. . . Bunte, Fred . . Burch, Mike . . . Burchfiel, Helen . . Burchfield, Shirley Burden, Gene . . . Burden, Mark . . 124 136 116 110 132 128 110, 136 Burdine, Barbara . . . . . . . Burk, Joseph .... 122, Burkard, Marian . . . . . . Burkett, Randy . . Burkhart, Pam .... , . . . . . Burkholder, Daniel C. . 2 Burks, Ken ........ .... Burks, Robert . . . Burleson, Donald Burman, Harold G. .. Burnett, Bill .... Burnett, Donald . . Burnett, Donna .. . . . . . Burns, Bobby . . Burns, Donald . . Burns, Jim .... Burns, Johnny .. Burris, Vance . . Burrows, Anita . . 130, 363 363 283 337 , 363 337 , 337 363 , 363 363 363 227 363 , 363 , 363 363 364 128 , 364 364 337 364 364 364 337 337 364 364 364 364 337 237 364 364 364 364 364 06, 303 331 337 364 31 1 240 364 364 337 337 364 364 364 364 Burwy, Barry . . . 364 Burwy, Kay M. .. ., 364 Burton, Pam , , . . , '564 Burton, Madeline , ..,. 3124 Bururn, Randall J. . . . 127 'IFA Burwick, Bohhy . ..... 364 Bury, Barbara . . , . 118 264 Busby, Charles . . . , . 35,4 Busby, Kali ,,.. ..,. ' 164 Bush, Bobby W. . . . . 122 364 Bush, Cham.. , , . , . aaa Bush, Linda ., . 49 116 Buster, Larry . , , , . 128 364 Butler, Bertha , . .... 364 Butler, Donald . . ,...... 364 Butler, Skipper ......, 82 130 230, 117, 337 Butsch, Robert ...... 136, 337 Butts, Carla . .. ... . . . . 364 Buyans, Tom .,.... . . , 364 Buzalsky, Raymond .. ... 364 Byers, Gary ....... . . . 337 Byars, Paul D. . ,. ... 364 Byron, Howard G. . , . . 364 C Cabness, Paul . . 132, 364 Cade, Billy . ...., 119,122, 136, 140, 337 Cadenhead, Roger ......... 96 Caesar, Jeanne . . . . . 364 'Caffey, James E. ......... 287 Caftey, Sandra . . . 96, 102, 197, 202-203, 337 Cagle, Greg . . . ....... . 364 Cagle, Harry ... ... 337 Cain, Danny E. .. . . . 337 Cain, Gail .... ... 364 Cain, Karen . . . ... 364 Cain, Troy . . . . 337 Cain, Steve . .. . . . 364 Calder, Charles . . . . . 337 Caldwell, Carey . . . . . 337 Call, Jerry ...... . , . 364 Callaway, Brenda . . . . 337 'CaIlicutt, James . .... 319 Calvert, Nick .... . . . 121, 364 Cameron, Eddie .... .... 3 64 Cameron, Hugh M. II . . . 337 ' '.arr.er',r., Marque' f,grr.qrr,r., K' ,uf Carr-p, '.auar.'lu Carrlp, Duart- Carnptnlll larry fellfifffkll, lnlma I- Carr-ptnli, Pofnarslv Carnptall, fervor Carr.r,mii, N-we, Carirluri, lim f,arlr.r,r., Pegr.. Cl-ViTE,F4E'1F' I CL' r,1,r.vrqrl, Bin, Cerllnell, Dfmalfl fl Carlvmni, Hamm Cappella Terr. Carden, Carol Card Noll, Z-Jn.-r. Carrrgis, Nurrrrar- Cargall, Mike Carley, Huuard Carlisle, Donald CARLVILE MlLlTI- ACADEMY Carlisle, Ronald O 'CarIr,on, Maurice l. Carlson, Rrch-ard Carnes, Mary O. Carnes, Robert W. Jr Carnett, Gary D. , Carpenter, Barry Carpenter, Charles R Carpenter, Galen D, Carr, Johnny .,... Carr, Michael ,. . Carroll, Debbie , . Carroll, Georgia . . Carroll, Jerry , . Carroll, John .,, Carroll, Linda .. Carter, Carol . . . Carter, Cynthia . . Carter, John E. . . Carter, Jerry . . . Carter, Mark T. . . . Carter, Marsha . . Carter, Maurice , . . Carter, Warren . . Carter, William A. . Cartlidge, Bobby . , r 1 JE 127. 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'13 C'a"'A' c r , uv-. 342 C'u"oe'u"' .'- 22 C'a":A'1 Rc" 4 'Z Eli C'a"t,an 'wa Z2 Cru'-r, I1 :ur If C'a":,1' :va Z2 Crarce' 24" 4 ML C'r':v 3o"a 25 Cfrzt' v'C"-I1 11 Cfazarax Error Zi C'a:."z' kno M5 C'a:."'a' .e-'rr fr 2 332 C"a:"'a" Joe 112 C'a:"r '-' was 132 Char,-af Suv 25 C'-res .o"' 12 Chnsra, I-'fr ..' ' CNOQ-.oy My 'sn E Cnefcosn 1 Jl"'C1 V Chev- 0' Bai H5 .Z '22 M5 2'7 355 I5 3. 4' , . .l',,vA INDEX Corboy, Martha 118, Congleton, John Il Cummings, Jamgg 99 Cunningham, Carole 1 16-117 'Chestnut, Dorothy L. .... . CHI EPSILON ..... Choate, Carolyn . . . . . Chrlstal, Dana Kathleen 81, 86, 92, 110, 132, 134, Chrlstal, Mlke ..,.. . . . 83, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION Chrlstle, Marty ....., 132, Christopher, Ronald Chrlstopherson, Dennls .... Chrlsty, Tlmothy B. Chua, Thomas ..... Church, Mike . . . Churchwall, Jim . . Clchon, Richard . . CIRCLE K CLUB .. Clark, Clark, Brenda . . . Brenda Cindy.. Clark, Clark, Davld t . Clark, James . . Clark, Janls . . Clark, Jerry . . Clark, Julle . . Clark, Nell . . Clark, Pam ..... . . . Clark, Robert L. . . Clark, Thomas . . Clarkson, Beth . . . . . Clarkson, Wiley . . . Claunc h, Leonard . . Clausen, Janice . . Clawson, Janice . . Clawson, Wayne S. . . Clay, J Clay, Mary .... SYTIBS . . . .... Clayton, Charles F. ll Clayton, Michael . . Cleckler, James D. Cleere, Linda . . . . 'Clegg, Curtise, Jr. . Clem, Brian . . . . . Cleven, James . . . Clifford, Patricia . . Cline, K. G. .... . Clingman, David . . Co bu rn, Jeannette Cochran, Gary . . . Cochran, Helen . . Cockrell, Shirley . . Coe, Ginger .... . Coffin, Vicky . Coffman, Hal . . . Coffman, J. M. . . . Cogburn, Michael . 'Cogdell, Dr. Thomas . . Cohagan, Jesse . . . Coke, Robert E. . . Colden, Larry . . . Coldwell, Gene . . . 132, 118, 118, 110, 118, 124, 182, 124, Cole, Candy ..... 112-113, Cole, Jay ..... Cole, Michael . . . Coleman, Melodee Coleman, Michael . . Coleman, Michael . . Coles, George Colley, Louan . . . Colley, Royce . . . Collier, David Collins, Bethany H. . Collins, Bob ...... Collins, Clifford E. 122, 172, 136, 124, Collinsworth, Michael ..... Colvin, Cathy ..... Comer, James R. . . CONCE RT BAND Condor, Brian ....... 172, Condron, Francis . ...... . Connally, David . . Connatser, Cora . . Connell, Gail .... Connelly, Patrick . Connor, Dolores CONSTITUENT COUNCIL, SCHOOL OF LIB. ARTS . Conway, David . . Cook, James L. . . Cook, June . . . Cook, Melody . . . Cook, Russell R. .. Cooper, Barbara . . . Cooper, Billye Lou .... Cooper, Carol R. . . 99, Cooper, Cindl . . . . . . . Cooper, Deborah . Cooper, Johnny . . Cooper, Mark A. .... . Cooper, Michael . .' . . . Cooper, R. C. . . . Cope, Wllliam W. . 130, 109, 203, 140, 146, 172, 314 1 39 386 . 80, 365 1 20, 338 191 365 365 365 339 366 366 366 366 190 366 366 366 1 26 366 366 338 366 366 338 366 336 366 366 366 1 12 366 366 366 366 366 333 297 366 292 333 366 366 366 338 1 25 214 366 366 366 338 366 366 366 323 366 314 366 331 366 366 366 366 366 366 338 366 366 366 338 366 366 1 73 366 366 204 366 333 333 366 366 366 366 366 167 366 367 367 367 367 367 367 338 367 367 367 367 367 238 338 Copeland, Christopher Copeland, Vlctor . . . Coplln, Blll ..... Corbin, Llnda ... . Corkery, Tom ... ... Corley, Donald Cornett, Janlce Cotton, Petrlck Cotton, Roy J. Couch, Charles . . Couch, Cheryll . . Couch, Stanley Coulson, Clndl Coulter, Stephan .. . Counts, Glenda . . Coursey, Cathy Coursey, Sue .. . . .. Courtney, R. G. . Cousey, Carlton . . Covert, Kelth . . . Coville, Elaine . . . Covington, Kyle Covington, Raymond . Cowan, Jack M. .... . Cowan, Patricia . . Cowsert, Larry . . Cox, Charles L. . . Cox, Jerry N. . . Cox, Jim .,,. 'Cox, Nita F. . Cox, Norman . . Cox, Paula . . Cox, Sandra . . Cox, Shannon ....... Crabtree, Douglas Craft, Rickie ..,. Craft, Ross .... Craig, Mary ..... Craighead, Martha Crane, Kim ..... . . 'Crary, Ruth M. . Crawford, Allen D. . . . Crawford, Anson Crawford, Danny Crawford, Guy III Crawford, Hal . . Crawford, Janna Crawford, Jon A. 172, 172, 128 110, 110, 114, 338 367 367 367 338 367 367 367 367 367 367 367 367 338 338 367 367 367 367 367 367 136 246 367 367 367 338 367 338 367 308 367 125 367 367 367 367 338 367 367 108, 367 122 130, Crawford, Mike . . . . . . Crayton, Bobby Crayton, Debbe Creach, George . Creech, Steven A. 'Crenshaw, Clifton Crenshaw, Donna Crenshaw, Henry Crisci, Jennie . . Crissey, Dana . . Crissey, Lynn . . Crockett, Vicki A. Crone, Jerry A. . Crone, Terry . . . Crook, Karen . . . 108, 114, 128, 107, 136, 122 110 145 Crooks, Robert .......... Crosby, Victor . . . . Crosswhite, Rex ..... Crosthivait, Thomas . . Crouch, Robert A. . . . Crow, Horace . . Crowe, Michael . . Crowell, Leah . . Crowley, Patty . Crozier, Carol S. .... . 126 , 367 130, . 82. 1 22, 128. CRUSADE FOR CHRIST . . Cuellar, Terry . . Culling, Laurence .... 122 Cumbie, Gary . . . . . 136, Cumbie, Flick ..... . Cummings, J. Lynn . . Cummins, Clemmie . . . Cummins, Donald R. . Cunningham, Ric 130, 173 Currie, Dwayne . . Curry, Cecilia . . . Cushman, Barbara Cushman, Charlotte . . Cuth bartso n, Joe Czekaj, Adrienne E. . Czekel, Susan . . . D Dabney, Dick . . Dabney, Nancy . . Dahlke, Jeff . . . Dailey, Tom .. . Daily, Denise . . Dake, Sue ...... Dakhll, Abdillah . 172 108, 108, 172, 1 28. 107 , 339 367 339 367 339 369 339 367 339 339 339 367 287 116, 367 367 367 , 367 367 , 367 339 339 , 367 367 367 367 1 12, 367 367 367 367 367 367 189 367 , 339 339 172 367 367 367 339 , 367 , 367 , 367 367 367 367 368 368 368 339 339 368 368 368 368 368 Daley, Toby . . Dalley, Ann ...., 84, 116, Dalton, Paul D. . . Delzall, Wllllarri lll Damron, Jeanne , Dena, Doreene V. Dangell, Michael Daniel, Dean . . Daniel, Kathy . . 'Oanlels, Barbara DaPrlla, Walter . Darby, Gary W. . Dardashtl, Rahlrn Darling, Harold . . Darling, Konrad Darnell, Linda A. Darovich, Donna Darty, Carolyn . Daugherty, Mike Davidson, Danny Davies, Arthur . Davies, John , . . B. Davis, David W. , . Davis, Dean ..., Davis, Guy . . Davis, Joe . , Davis, Kathy , . Davis, Kit . . Davis, Lanny . . Davis, Mike . . . Davis, Penny J. . Davis, Richard . . Davis, Robert .... Davis, Sandy . . Davis, Steve . . Davis, Susan . . Davis, Thomas . Davis, William . . Day, Michael . . . Day, Nancy . . . Day, Robin .... Deal, Leslie ..... Dean, Margaret G. Dean, Patti . 114, DeBee, Jan ..... DeBruyne, Gail . . Deeds, Richard . . DeFrank, Michael Degal, Kenneth L. DeGrate, Leonard Dehaes, Sharon . . 97, 145, 140, 267, 257. 182, 140, 128, 122, 126, 126. 130, 136, 140, 173, 203, Deering, Janna ...... De La Cruz, Eligio Jr. De La Garza, J. Gilbert De La Garza, Jose J. . Delaney, Susanna DeLaughter, David DeLaughter, Samuel . Delaune, Sydney ..... DELTA DE LTA DELTA DE LTA SlGMA Pl 110. 368 368 368 339 368 368 368 368 368 319 368 368 368 368 368 339 209 368 388 33 7 388 368 368 1 01 368 368 1 25 368 339 368 368 339 339 368 368 339 339 339 339 208 368 340 319 340 368 368 369 1 01 369 369 369 340 340 360 369 340 340 340 110, 369 110-111 DELTA TAU DE LTA . . DELTA UPSILON DELTA ZETA . . Dempsey, Volney Denison, Tim . .. Dennis, Randall . Dennis, Roger . . Dennis, Roy . . Denny, Ben . . . Denson, Lynn . . 203, 136, Denton, Douglas . . . Deramus, Glenda Derrick, Billy .... Derx, Theron A. . . DESERET CLUB Deshane, Larry .... Desser, Franklin W. 1 24, 140, Devell, Patty ......... . . . DeWald, Wayne . . . 90, 122, Diane, Leonard M. Dibble, Alan .... Dick, Sam ...... 317, Dickerson, Bettye J. . Dickerson, Richard Dickson, C. V. . . Dickson, Don W. . Dieb, Tommy . . . Dieterich, Martha lu 124, Diggs, Gwendolyn M. . . . . Diggs, Jacqulyn Dill, John .... Dillion, Nancy . Dillon, David . . . . Dimick, Roger L. Dimond, Michael Dipprey, William M. Jr. Doan, Jerry .......... Dobbs, Charles O. Dobbs, John L, . Dobkins, Gary . Dodd, Royce R. 'Dodge, Charles F. Dodson, Alvy .... . . Dodson. James . . . 108, 177 122-123 124-125 1 1 8 369 340 369 369 369 369 340 369 369 340 369 19 1 369 369 369 369 325 340 340 369 369 369 331 369 369 369 369 369 369 369 369 369 340 340 122, 340 132. 1 30, 369 369 369 3 1 3 369 340 Ooerr, Robert 340 Dollar, 8.11 172, 340 Dunaldeorr, Iaruierd 'Wh Donnell, Fatty 103, 1014 Cooling, Mary Anne 'AIA Oorris. Margaret 340 Dorsey, Fsnahelfl L Vie Doelrvcil, Diane 3014 Duty, fraorp 'WA Duty, Linde Y. 'Ma Coulee, Dura , 'MA Doupes, Julie M. EFA Douglas, Mike 119, 124, W Douglas, Shllll 3640 Dowd, Coach Barry 732, 232 Dowd, Loyd D. 3011 Dowd, Steven M. W Dowdy, Delbert . 364, Dowell, Denny ZQQ Doyle, Bonnie 369 Doyle, James 309 Doyle, Stephen 368 Dralten, Walter W. 100 Drake, Hollis . . 369 Dreilrng, Deborah 366 Draskm, Jefl . , 309 Draws, Wayne R. 173, 340 Dreyfus, Marybeth E. 319 Driggers, Vicki . , 389 Driver, Bill . .. . 369 Driver, Don , . 369 Dryden, Melvin , . 172 Dryden, Robert O. , , , 290 Duckett, Gary ..,. 369 Duckworth. Brenda 340 Dull, ROSGHBII , . . 369 Duggan, Roy . . . 369 Duke, Elizabeth . . 369 Duke, Larry . . . . 369 Dulgar, Gary . . , . . 172, 369 Dumesnil, Pam . . . ..., . 369 Duncan, Lydia A. . . . 369 Duncan, Thomas . . . . , , 340 Duncombe, Gordon ...,.. 369 Dundas, Bruce ...... 136, 369 Dungan, Ronnie R. . . . 132, 340 Dunham, Darline . . . . . 369 Dunkin, Bill . . . ...... . 369 Dunn, Angela ........... 369 Dunn, Joy ... . . 110, 129. 370 Dunn, Larry .... 111, 119, 120, 122. 340 Dunsmore, Jerry . . . . . 370 Dunsworth, Hose . . . . 6, 7 Dunton, Nancy . . . . . 370 Dunton, Philip . . . . . 370 Durden, Anplina . . , . 370 Durham, Burt A. . . . . 370 Dusch, Linde . . . . 370 Duszynski, Paul . . . . 370 Dworkin, Gary . . . 370 Dycus, John . . . . 211 Dydek.Fred ..340 Dyer, Danny D. . . . . 314 Dyer, Jerry . . . .... . 370 Dyer, Sharon . . . . 118, 340 Dyess, Nelda . . . . . . 370 E Eads, Jimmy . . ....... 370 Eagle, Debbie ........... 370 Eagle, Jim ...... 124, 144, 370 Earnest, John M. ..... 121 , 370 Earnest, Robert . . .... . 340 Earwood, James . . . . 370 Earwood, Karen J. . ..... 370 East, Jan ........ . . 146. 340 East, Kathy ....... . . . 370 Eastburn, David A. . . . . 370 Easter. Donald ..... . . 340 Easterling, DeWitt, Jr. ..... 122, 30-4. 370 Easterling, Coach Don 242-243 Easterwood, Jerry .... 132, 370 Eastland, Bill .... ..... 3 70 Eaton, Jim .... . . 341 Eaton, Linda L. . . . .. . 341 Eaton, Paul ............. 370 Ebensberger, Gary L. . 202. 303 Eddleman, Mickey . , . 224, 227 Edgar, Randy ..... ..... 3 70 Edmonds, Denver F. . . 124,370 Edmondson, Thomas W. . . . 370 Edwards, Barbua ....... 112, 146. 341 Edwards, Eugene H. ...... 370 Edwards, Joan . . . . . 108, 370 Eidson, Ron ..... . . . 341 Eilandovst. Diafar . . . 341 Elem, Donna . . . . . . 370 Elder, Cheryl . ...... 370 Elder, Mack . . . . 130,370 Elder.Susan ...... Elepede, Oladipo Elledge. John L. . . 341 341 172. 370 Inu, If-nw I YI rqtfn in 1.. .,.. r,,., 1-I .,.. ,,.., l1l.r,n kgrgq O' Ili,-,sv fe4ee.aL llira LI14 ll "1 ll1.s 21,7 ff'-s iff' ll'1 Lnnv lllft My e'f e in-s, hr' In-1 herded VZ U"-ur-. lvHr'e-.1 in-ir, Ln r er l rvorvu., be--4 lrrfr-nr 'lun Eh All' Er-40011 CHU.:- Er-oev r. C-vi irdre-s 'denote Er-gvfl. Frfnfie Erfyer 4. ll " er' Eriyisr Pa. Er-9-1!-. frrheri Emrev v Ffvr e ELKAHI1- Sera-4 Eppos 2-1 E991 Obnd EPSILON PHI Epstarn, Anne Ernclrson, Dale A. Erma. Ronuo Escapade. Ceirmerfta Eslcon. Malaria EKOILJUO1 Esaelrnan, Micriaei Este-s. Este-s. Este-s. Estes, Estes. ESIDII. Emory Emory 'Dr - JO!! Mike Tern Robert D. Estrada, Dari ETA KAPPA Nu Ethevton, Stevan E Ethervd-ol. Llna Etier, Georg Eubenks, Lorena Evans, Deva Evans. Evans, Evihi. Event. EVEN, Eve, F Evers. Fred Plwv J Sherman Robert TUB! ruth A Tefrv Eversole, Danny Eversola. Don . . Ewing, Dorothy F Fagan, Rich Fein. Burt P. Fein, Chula W. Fair, Linda L. Fairchild. Jack E. Faison, Keith . Falls, James Falls, Pat M. . FIHKIQ. Ffidii . . Fannin, Janice Lee . Fanning. Deborah . Faram Farmer, J, D, . Farrah Stephen . .. Farris. JIK ... Fauytn Rebecca Fault, Larry . Faulxenberrv, Lux LL 232 Faulkner. Clams . . Fawcett. Jerfv R. . . Fee, David . . Felix, Georg . . Felkner. Jerry . . . Felrv. Thomas D. Fenton, B511 . . , For-9.1501-1, Cher-,I Ferguson Cinch Ferguson. Jayne Ferguson. Suzw - Ferrante, Russ . . Ferrell Robert .. Ferris, Kent . . . . Ferris. Pat .... . . . . . FQUIFYQI' Royce . . Fielding, Chiles L. . . . Zi: lk? 154 '17 'LQ '21 WA 'zlb 14, ': IQ 210 187 gi 'Hb 14, ': I1 ': I'. 'Vs ':':' 'I IC ':l'. 'H' 211 'H' .:,, 71: 112'12 132 122 1171 'gif 321 37' 141 'H' 37' 27' YI" 211 371 140141 if 112 122. 371 141 271 341 371 141 371 37' 120 371 171 371 371 371 142-12 14-6 -233 237. 224. 116 116 136, 172 122. 121 126, Fielcs Jeanne .... 64 116- Fielcs, Kay . . Fit, Shawl . . 134 371 371 371 371 ZR! 371 371 235 239 225 371 141 371 371 172 341 371 371 3.41 371 25 371 331 X 203 371 371 371 3-41 371 371 371 371 341 371 311 256 341 341 371 371 341 331 371 371 341 341 372 371 372 331 1 17 372 372 3'- INDEX 5 116, 373 Gard, Chrls R. . . . 114-115, 1' l 5 ua-s A 372 - -,gn .oo . . 372 - 'af' xrvn 105 372 1 -es .4-vs 130 372 F we me N Nathan 341 " et Ch' sh 125 " " dx 0-D C 341 F '- at 'rw , 372 F 1-:havin Jesu . 341 Fight' Kenneth R, . 341 F scne' Richard , . . . 372 F xhlxvf' Dean , , 124. 372 fisher Gus ..., 372 Fshe' Home , 372 - sho' Jack . .. 341 F SHO' Jerry , . 341 F SHO' John D , , 173 Fitch JUDGE ,, 372 F t:ef Jack . . . 288 Flanagan Dan . . .,. 372 Funagan Sheila .,,....,, 372 Flochtner Karen . . 202-203, 372 Flerscner Paul G. Jr .... . 341 Fleming Paul G, . ..... 372 F'l'1!'0l'1 Jill ,. ,, 116, 372 Flowers Deborah . ,... 372 F'ovd, Thomas ,. ,.. 372 Fluke. Dennis .. .. 184 Flusche Patrick . ,,. 341 Flusche, Steve ... .. 172 Flynn, Mika . ... 372 Flvnn.Paul ,. . 372 Foley, william .. ,.. 341 Folia, Steohame .. .., 372 Forbes, Myrtle ,, . .. 372 Ford, Betty .,.. ... 372 Ford. Edmond H. ........ 292 Ford, Randy .... 130, 203, 372 Forgv. Charles .......... 372 Forrest, Janet .... . . , 372 Forrest, Timothy . , . .. 372 Forrester, William E. ...... 341 Forsyth, Arthur R. lll ,,,. 372 Fortney, Bill .,...... 126, 372 Fortuna, Juliann ... . , ., 372 Fossler. Douglas . .. , .. 372 Fossler, Susan . . ...., 372 Foster, Ann ,,, , . . 136, 341 Foster, Jim ,.... , ,. 130,341 Foster, Jimmy B. , .... 341 Foster, Robert D. . .. 372 Foster, Robert J. . .. 314 Foster. Ronald . . Foster, Sue . , Fouse. Karen . Fowler, Dennis ,. Fowler, Gay .... Fowler, Hayward Fowler, Kathy . . Fowler, Lynn . Fraley, Barton . . Francis. Debbie . . Francis, James .. Franklin, Cindy , Franklin, Cris ... Franklin, Mike . . Franklin, Susan .. Frazee, Rochelle , Frazell, Jacoue . , Frazier, Anni .. . Frazier, Deborah . Frazier, William . Freel, James ..,. Freeland, Cynthia Freeman, Charles Freeman, Dale A. Freeman, Phil . .. Freeman, Earl R. Fridrich, Ann . 372 372 373 373 373 341 373 373 373 160, 373 373 110, 373 122, 373 115, 144, 341 11 2, 313 123. 144, 341 373 373 373 373 115, 373 Friess, Gay , , Frey, Russell . . Frisby, Walt . . Fritcher, David . . Frost, Kenneth . . Fry, Aaron . . . Fugate, Anne .... Fulbright, Denver . . Fulbright, George E. . . Fulcher, Carol .... Fulkerson, Gerald Fuller, Perry D. . . . Fulton, Donald T. .. Furqueron, Dwayne Gajdosik, Wilford . . Galbiati, Larry D. . . Gaudi, nick ......... 373 373 373 373 210, 373 108, 373 373 373 341 373 124, 373 121 Galindo, Raymond , , . . . . 341 373 373 373 373 , 342 373 373 342 373 373 373 Gallaway, Randall L. Gamble, Ray B. . . Gambrall, Sharon . Gann, Andrea . , Gansert, Gary . . Gansert, Greg . . Gant, Pam ..,. Gent, Ronnie . , Gardner, John A. . Gardner, Kent . . Gardner, Sue .... Garland, Randy . . Garland, Ronald W. Garner, Gary B. . Garretson, Lynn . . . Garrett, Jim . . . Garrett, Tanis . . Garrison, Olie . . . . . Garza, Frederick W. Garza, Linda ...... . . 130, .. 119- 130, .. 110, . . 130, .. 112, Garza, Oscar .... 128, 145, Garza, Victor . . , 119, 128, Gaskins, Ken ...... Gasparek, Blll ..... . .124, Gatewood, Robert H. Jr. 128, Gatlin, William . . . Gauntt, Danny . . Gaupp, Dr. Peter . . . Gay, Kirk ..... Gay, Vicky .... Gazzola, Bobby . . . .319 .. 121, .. 126, Gazzola, Jimmy . . . . . . . Gebhardt, Herbert Gensweider, Rasa George, David . . Gerard, Turpin . . Gergens, Robert 373 373 373 373 373 120, 342 373 373 373 314 1 19 373 373 342 342 373 304 373 373 373 342 373 373 373 373 373 342 373 -320 373 373 373 342 373 144, 373 . . 129, Gerik, Richard .... Gernhardt, Alan L. Geron, Harrell . . . Gervars, Jerry . . Geurtz, Bob .... Gharis, Eugene T. Gian, Isaac V. . . . Gibson, David . . Gibson, Debbie . . Gibson, Peggy . , Gibson, Sue . Giddens, Jana . . Giddens, Steve . . 342 373 373 342 373 373 342 . . 162, 373 342 373 373 373 373 373 110,373 373 Gifford, Chuck . . Glfford, Craig . . 'Gllbreath, Joe . . Giles, Frank . . Glll, Charles ... Gill, Larry ...... Gllleland, Michael Gillert, Michael . . Gillay, Mlchael . . Gllligan, John ., Gillis, Jack, Jr. . Gilmartln, John . Glass, James G. . . Glass, Susan . . . Glasscock, J. D. . Gleason, Steve . . Glenn, Albert . . Glenn, Steve .... Glidden, Brenda . Gnuse, Robert . . Godfrey, Mary . . Goerte, Jeanne . . 'Gogdell, Thomas . Golnes, Jeff ..... Goldring, Kathy E. Gomllllan, Rex . . Gonzales, Delma . Gonzales, Richard Gonzales, Thelma Good, Barry .... Goodman, Harry . Goodman, Sue . . 'Goodwln, John M. Goodyear, Gary . Gordon, Crayton Gordon, Kenneth Gorman, Shirley . Gorsich, Gayle . . Gostas, Constance Gott, Jan .,.... Gott, Jan Goudeket, Bill . . Gough, Gary . . . Gould, Albie J. . . 'Goyne, Arlia V. Jr. 123, 240, 144 136 140 132 139 116 136, 124, 1 24, 119, 116, 246, Goyne, Rick 108, 126, Grady, William M. Graff, Sherry L. . Grafft, Phil ..... 'Graham, Curtis C. Graham, Jodie . . 1 -1 4 2 1 94' .is :vi-if 5312,-If: 3,414 136, 101 A .1-,N U - 1 1 ,QQ 143, 146, 1 23, Q' 4.1-:U 34? 1 f ' -1 .ea , 4 . l "f'j.--1 mu . rf acc . . . r " " ,- 'L 1 'W'-'S' W -rf " INDEX 164' is 1 . 342 374 314 374 374 374 374 374 374 374 374 342 342 374 342 374 374 374 374 342 374 374 311 374 374 206 374 374 374 342 342 374 288 374 374 374 374 374 374 374 374 374 224 342 298 374 1 36, 374 342 374 233 374 Graham, Mlke . . Grahm, William .. Grann, Bob .... Graves, David , . , Graves, Wallace J. . . Gray, Cris ...... Gray, Dee W. . Gray, Jane . Gray, Linda . . Gray, Paul ..... Green, B. Jack . . 130, .. 118, 'Green, Charles H. . . . . Green, Gall ,.... 'Green, George N. . . . . Green, Linda . . . Green, Peggy . . . Green, Ronnie . . Greene, Durelle .. . Greener, Pamela Greer, Darvin . . . Greer, Greta . . . Greer, Michael . . Greer, Terry . . . Gregory, Clyde . . 251, Gregory, Darrell . . . . . Gresham, Benjamin Griffin, Danny Griffin, Eileen . . Griffin, Tommy . Griffin, Vance G. . . Griffith, Hope .... Griffith, Mika . . . . Griffith, Susie ..... Griffith, William F. . . 108- 134, 78, 108, Grimes, James . . . . . . . Grimes, Joe P. . . Grimes, Michael . Grimes, Terry . . Grissom, Terry .......... Griswold, John W. Groce, Mika ........ Ground, Batty . . Groves, Rickey . . .,. 'Grubb, Grover C. .. ... .. Gruber, George . . Gualy, Ernesto . . Guay, James ........ . . 132, Gudurros, Thora ....,.... Guerrero, Felipe, Jr, Guess, Roger A. . . . Guest, Bobby . . 112, 124, 146, 142, 1 88 375 375 375 375 1 27 253 375 375 342 375 298 375 302 342 375 375 375 375 375 375 375 375 375 375 375 230 109, 375 342 375 375 375 375 342 342 375 375 375 375 342 375 375 342 287 375 375 342 375 375 375 375 "" 'K , --1. 'rye ,iw sage 944' Q ,QQ 1- ,. 5 ' 4 H 5. if 41-Q . Hilger, Jimmy . .......... Gulley, Ralph .. . . 375 Gunter, Erlynne .. .. 375 Gunter, James . . .... 343 Guthrey, Harvey . . . . 132, 375 H Hackett, Kenneth . ..... 119, 132, 375 Haddock, Anna L. . . . 144, 343 Haddock, Tony . . . .... . 343 Hadnan, James . . . . . 203 Haffner, Ophelia D. ...... 375 Hagar, Robert L. . . .. 172, 375 'Hagard, Luther G. Jr. ..... 301 Hagard, Susan . . . 118, 203, 375 Hageman, John P. ....... 375 Hahn, George . .. .... . 375 Hahn, Karen . . .. 108, 375 Haiduk, Vicki . .. 110, 375 Hale, Ronald . . . . . 375 Hale, Vlrginla . .. 375 Haley, Brian . . . 375 Haley, Keren . . . . 375 Halford, Mary . . . 375 Hall, Charles G. . . . . 375 Hall, Cleatus . . .... 375 Hall, Hugh M. ... .. 124, 375 Hall, Jessie L. Jr. . . . 164-165, 375 Hall, Karen .. . . 195, 343 Hall, Larry M. . . .... 375 Hall, Linda . . . . 375 Hall, Nancy . . . . 375 Hall, Tommy .. .. 375 Haller, John .... . . 375 Hallmark, Philip . .... 343 Ham, Norman . . . . . 145, 379 Hambrick, Marsha . . . 110, 375 Hamilton, Dana . . . . 376 Hamilton, Donna ...... 376 Hamilton, John . . . . . 121, 343 Hamilton, Linda S. ....... 376 Hamilton, Marcus . . . . 376 Hamilton, Nancy L. ...... 110, 134, 376 Hamilton, Paul .. . . . 126, 376 Hamilton, Priscilla . . . 115, 376 Hamilton, Terry . . . . 102, 112 'Hamilton, William W. ..... 314 Hamm, James L. . . . . 136, 343 Hamm, Paula S. . ..,. 376 'Hammack, Melba . . . 298 Hammond, Lee M. . . . . 6 Hammond, Lester ....... 101 Hammond, Walt . . . . 126, 376 Hampton, Jim .. . . . . . 343 Hampton, Wayne ........ 87, 122-123, 343 Hancock, William C. ...... 376 Hand, Kenny . . . . . . 376 Hanes, John W. Jr. . . . . . 376 Hanke, Marjorie . . ... 376 Hankins, Al .... . . . 376 Hankins, Elton . . ..... 376 Hankins, Mike ....,.. 129, 376 Hanna, Georgiann ........ 376 Hanna, William . . . . . 343 Hannah, Debbie .... . . . 376 Hanning, Thomas G. . . . 293 Hanson, Andrew . . . . . 376 Hardage, Bill . . . . . . 172 Harder, Kyle . . . . . 376 Hardie, Jody . . . . . 376 Hardin, Steve . . . .... . 376 Hardwick, Susan ..... 109, 376 Hargrove, Philip . . ..... 376 Hargrove, Rosanna . . . . . 376 Harlan, Carolyn , . . . 376 Harle, Joe ..... . . . 376 Harman, Garry . . . . . 376 Harmon, David A. ........ 343 Harmon, Starmye ........ 376 Harper, Blake . . . 172, 203, 376 Harper, Harvey ...... 123, 376 Harper, James L. . . . . . . . 376 Harper, Melvin D. . . . . . 343 Harpold, Mike ..... . . . 376 Harrell, William D. . . . . . 376 Harris, Ann E. ..... . . . 376 Harris, Betty . . . . . 376 Harris, Ken .... . . . 376 Harris, Leonard .. .... 343 Harris, Phillip . . ...... 376 Harris, Ray . .. . . 126, 376 Harris, Robert . . .... 376 Harris, William . . . 376 Harris, William .. . . . 376 Harris, William E. . . . . 343 Harrison, Carol . . ..... 376 Harrison, Doug . . . . 123, 376 Harrison, James . . . . . . . 377 Harrison, Stephanie . . . . 377 Hart, Lucia ....... . . 377 Hart, Timothy ,... . . 377 Hartenberger, Susie . . . . 377 Hartln, H. Glynn ,. Harvey, Bennett R. , . 'l-larvey, J. Fl. ,... 371 113 315 Harvey, Thomas ..,. 172, 3 71 Harwell, Harman ,..,...., 343 Harwell, Linda . . 110, 122, 343 Haskins, Llnda ...,...... 377 Hatchett, Sheri . , . , , 377 Hatluy, Davld W. , , . Hatt, Chrlnl .. . Hatton, Llnda . . Havurkorn, James . . . Havlns, Belinda , . Havlns, George M. . . 377 377 ..... 377 130,377 377 377 Hawkes, Kay E. , . . . 202-203 Hawkes, Tommy ... ,. .. 377 Hawkins, Barbara . . ..... 377 Hawkins, Ralph , . 172, 377 Hayes, Donald G. . . .... 136 Hayes, Gaylord K. . , . 377 Hayes, Jimmy ... . . 377 Hayes, Roger . . .. 377 Haynes, Barbara . . . 377 Haynes, Jimmy . . . . 343 Haynes, Ronnie . .. 377 Haynes, Thacker . . . .... . 377 Hays, Donald . . . . . 140, 377 Hayworth, Nancy . . ..... 377 Head, Bobby .... . . 377 Hearrell, Lewis R. . . ..... 343 Heath, Charlotte ..... 118, 377 'Heath, Larry F. .... ..... 3 15 Hebert, Mary Lynn . . . 125, 182 Heinze, Mollie .... .... 3 77 Heise, ein .... . . 377 Haise, Doretta . . . . 377 Helbing, Mary .. . . 377 Helm, Emily .. . . 377 'Helm, Hiram . . .. 283 Helm, Monroe . . . . 377 Helm, Terry . . . . . . . 377 Helzer, Maureen . . ..... 377 Hembree, Charlene . . 136, 343 Hembree, Jane . . . . . . . 378 Hembree, Susan . . . . . 378 Hemingway, Bonnie . . . . 378 Hemmeline, Stan . . . . 256 Hemphill, Andy . . . . . 343 Hendershot, Bob ..., . . 378 Henderson, Edgar M. . . . 343 Henderson, Michael . . . 378 Henderson, Pat ,... . . 378 Henderson, Foger . . ...., 378 Hendley, Robert . . . . 132, 378 Hendon, Lorry . ...... 343 Hendon, Sally .. . . 118, 378 Hendon, Steve . . . 254, 378 Hendrick, David . . . . . 343 Hendricks, Sharon . . . 343 Hendrickson, Cherri . . . 378 Hendrickson, Ronald ..... 343 Hendrix, Billy J. ..... 172,378 Henesey, Patricia . . . . . 378 Henley, Ellen . . . . . 378 Henning, Don . . . . . 343 Henry, Ann . . . . . 378 Henslee, Paul . ........ 378 Hensley, Dixie . . 111, 136, 378 Henson, James ...... 129, 378 Henson, William .. . . . . . . Henthorn, Clifford . . . . Herbert, Karen .... . . Hernandez, John .... . . Hernandez, Raymond . . . . Herrbo ld, Paul .... .... Herrera, lvonne . .. . . 109, Herrera, Vivianne . . . . . . Herring, Gary W. . . . .. . . Herrington, Darrell . .. 132 Herrington, Dian .. . . . . . Herrmann, Carolyn . . . . . Herrmann, Herbert W. . . . . Hervey, Oney ........... Hesch, Bunny .. . . 102, Hesker, Bruce . . . . . Hess, R Hess, Z Hester, Hester, Hestes, Heuzel, Higgins onnie .. OB .. Mike ............ Youlinda . 136, 146, Bob ............. Earl , . . . . ,Don... ..172, Higgins, James . . . . . . Higgins, Sandra . . Higgins, Sarah K. ....... . 116-117, Hightower, B. Edward Jr. , . Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Bruce . . 119-120, 122, Cheryl ......... , Connie . . David . . Kirk . . . . Linda . . . . Linda C. . . 124, 378 378 378 378 378 343 378 378 378 378 378 378 378 378 378 343 343 303 378 343 378 378 378 378 343 . 93, 378 121, 378 378 343 379 379 172 370 379 379 INDEX Leymance, Ed . . 136, 140, Logan, Dorothy . ........ 379 379 379 379 379 379 579 343 96 331 379 379 379 379 379 379 379 343 343 379 343 379 379 379 379 379 379 343 343 331 379 315 343 379 343 343 203 343 379 315 379 379 343 "" - 'es K - -4 Nfvgrez .. -1 Pg, 3 , , - R :".a.':1 222 - 6::u': 222 -1 Qgy' -. 5,-3-, 115 - Svc.: 197 -. 5,-, , - vuofn . . , -1 :vt wnlev - neva' Swoea . -1 -35 ,ig , , , . 115 -1 'nn 952' :-a 109. -1 on S'...:e . . -'nc-on Bebe . -Q 'ug-1 G :hard ... -1"'v5Q" Low! A, . . . -w-mn Charles ., Mpmqn Vine .,. . . Hgqgggfwgorv Richard 132, -egg nghous Ronnie .. ... -onlne Da-id ,., . .. Hpqnvg TONS ,. 126. Hoes Laws i - 4 9-pqy Chgrlqs ,., . . . NQ4' BQNIYG . . . . . "fc" Dune A. .,.,,,. .H Hclfrnan. Sooxn . 'l16,125. Hglimgn Thedore .4,.... r-ogggn Danny ... ,. 132, 'Halt Bill .,,.. . Holockn. Jury R, ... Holcomb. Janet .. ..,. .. Holcomb Loom .. .. 146. Holden Lois ............ HOLJDAY SINGERS . . 202- HQlI5bguy1,WilIi5fh ...... HDIIUTC, James V. .. .., 'HolIenc. L. R. ,,.. .., Holland, Marvin .. .., Holland. Sherrie .. .,. u-1ouef,Denn-s P. ,. . .. Holler, Kathleen .. ... . Hollilield, Patrick ., Hollinger, Howard . 99. Hollmgworth, Harold M, ... Hollingsworth, Hazel ..... r-iollinggwortn, Karl S. ., . . Hollmpworrh, Laretia M. . . Holloway, Bennie , ..... .. HOIIONQIIA R. . . .. HQIIY, Ben ,,,,. . r-1oImen,Georp .. ...... . Holmar1,Flobyn . . . . . 136, Holmes, James D. ....... , Hon.-Vcutt, Ronnie 117,124, Hood, George ........... Hoon, Gary ,. Hoooer, P-erce .. Hoover, Carl ,. Hoover, Jerry . Hopkins, Gary ,, i-1ookms,Jarnes ,., Hobk-ns. Jane! .,.... . Hoops, Flobert ,...,. Hopper, Nancy . . . , Hopper, Sheryl Hom, James .. Horn. Lewis , Horton, B-Il ,, .., Horton. Ernie Hours, Latsuo .. Hoskins, John , Houor, Clelon .,, Houxe. Charles , Haute. Karen . , Houston. Knhv . . Hopkins, Dr. Kathryn ..... 131, 112, 102, Hours, Kar- L. . ....... . .. Hofena, Rita ,, 136, HOl1l"J,f4Vs5YB'w . . , Honvd, Georg M. . wound, 'Jena -.-., Hondqvshelr, Florence Howdarsholv, Waltz' .. Hefnli, I-Jtle ., , Horan, Phillip C. 'L-whens, W-ll, 0, , Heaney, Panini: L. Hofe, VQVI Lou . Hovm, Gavins Humana, Douglas Hubbard, Renard . . Mamma, vmnvf- M. Hubdll, Hoyt Huber, Charlet , Hubov, Don . . Hubor, Fvod .... Huchtons, Roy W. , . Huddllltbfi, Ffoddli ,. 146, 124, uudgins, Sammi: J, ..... , Hudwn, AnOY ...... 118, Humof-.John . .,,..... . Huff, Ann ,,,11o111, 213, INDEX 213, 379 343 379 302 379 343 331 379 344 172 379 344 344 379 379 379 379 379 379 379 379 344 297 379 379 344 379 344 379 379 379 331 344 344 379 379 379 379 379 379 344 379 344 344 379 3GB 379 201 344 344 379 379 379 379 379 379 379 344 379 379 379 380 380 Hulfino, Martha . . . . . 203 Huffman, Gary . . . . . 344 Huffman, Kim .. . . . 344 Hugins. Frwk N. . . . . 315 Hugghins, Vivian . . . . . 380 Hughes. John A. . . . . 380 Huhn, Richlrd . . . . . . 234 Hulttman. Dennis . .. . . . 344 Humberd. Donna . . . 380 Humos, Sally ..... .... 3 80 Hummel, Russell . . ,.... 380 Hundt. Dusty ....... 132 380 r-lunar, Mans. ,. 111,134,380 Hunnicutt, Robert ....... 380 Hunt, Ken .,,... ..... 3 80 Hunter, Angela .. . .. 146, 380 Hurlev. David J. , . . . 344 Hurley, Lewis . . . ..... 172 Hurley, Martha . . . . 118 380 Hurley, William , . . . . 344 Hum, Barbara . . . . . . 380 Hutcheson, Huey ,....... 380 Hutson, Bruce . , . 120, 126 344 Hutson, David ...,....... 380 Hunan, Phil .. ... 126 380 Hyde, Jerry FL . ..... 380 Hyden, Bruce . . . . . 380 I IEEE ....... .... 1 78 lgo,J0hnF. .....331 Ingram, Charles ...... 132 344 Ingram, Penny .......... 380 INTERDORM COUNCIL .. 148 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL ............ 1 19 ireson, Peggy . . . . 109, 380 Irion, Jim .... ..... 1 23, 380 Isbell, Bob ..... 108,131,344 Isbell, David B. .,........ 380 Israel, Gary .. . . . 381 Issacs, Don .. 172 Iverson, Steve . . ........ 246 Ives, Gary . . ...... 202 381 Ivy, Jimmy ..... 131, 253 381 Ivy, Marvin L. . . .... 161, 381 J Jackson, Danny . .. .. 381 Jackson, Evonne A. . . . . . 331 Jackson, Janet .. 136,203 381 Jackson, Jennifer 116 203 381 Jackson Jerry . . . 136, 140 381 Jackson, Jorja ....... 116 344 Jackson, Sherry ..... . . . 381 Jackson, Vicki .. 112, 140,381 Jackson, Wayne ..... 162, 381 Jacobs, Jerry .. . . . . 344 Jacobs, Mark . . . . . . . . . 132 Jacobs, Mika ........ . .. 381 Jacobsen, Linde . 115, 203 381 Jaeger, Douglas W. .. , . . . 381 James, Art ....,.... 121 381 James, Carolyn .. . . . 381 James, Dorothy . . . 381 James, Launn . . . . . 381 James, Lyndon . , . . 344 James, Michael . . . . 381 James, Robert ..... . . 381 Jameson, Marjorie . . . . . 381 Jamieson, Judith . . . . 344 Jamieson, J. Scott . . . , . , . 344 Janak, Fl. T. .... ....... 3 81 Jarrett, David ....... 124, 381 Jarrett, Michael D. . . . 126, 381 Jarrett, Robert D. . .,... 381 Janeway, Lynne ..... 136, 381 Jasper, Thurman M. . .... 315 Jaynes, Jimmy . . . , .. 344 Jeffries, Jack . . . . . . 381 Jenkins, Barry . .. . . . 381 Jenkins, Charles . . . . . 381 Jenkins, Chris .. . .. . 344 Jenkins, Phillip .......... 381 Jenkins, Steven Fl. . . , 131 344 Jennings, Dwight G. ...... 381 Jennings, Steven ......... 381 Jernigan, Larry . . . . . 132 381 Jeter, Bennie .. . .. . . 344 Jim, Alvin 0. , . . .. 300 Jirnonea, Jose . . ..... 381 Jobs, Dave .. . . . 203, 381 Jobe, Terry . . ..... 381 Johnx, Robert . . .,.. 381 Johns, Sherrie . . ,.... 381 Johnson, Amy . . . . . 186, 381 Johnson, Barbie ..... 111 381 Johnson, Charles . . ..... 381 Johnson, Curtis . . . . . 381 Johnson, Donald .. ... 331 Johnson, Gail .. . . .. 381 Johnwon, Gary , .. , . . 381 Johnson, Grover L. .. . . . 311 Johnson, Jimmie . . , .. 381 Johnson, Jimmy . . ..... 381 Johnson, John ...... 173, 381 Johnson, Johnny L. ...... 381 Johnson, June ....... 203, 381 Johnson, Laiuenda ....... 381 Johnson, Lawrence . . . . 381 Johnson, Marge . . . . 381 Johnson, Mike . . . 381 Johnson, Morris . . ..... 344 Johnson, Pat . . . . . 136 344 Johnson, Patsy . . . .... . 146 Johnson, Robbie ,.... 112 381 Johnson, Ron . . . . . 172 381 Johnson, Shirlee . . . . . . 345 Johnson, Wally . . . . . 381 Johnston, C. M. . . . 345 Johnston, Linda .... . . 381 Joiner, Richard K. ....... 381 JOI NT COUNCIL OF STUDENT ENGINEERS . 167 Jones, Andrew .......... 381 Jones, Barbara . ..... 381 Jones, Bill . . . . . 132, 381 Jones, Bill .. . .... . 381 Jones, Bruce . . ..... 381 Jones, Charles . . . . 144, 345 Jones, Gary . . . .... . 381 Jones, Greg 7 . . . . . . 172 381 Jones, Henry E. ......... 345 Jones, Herman . . . 234-235 238 Jones, H. Keith ...... 172 345 Jones, James ..... ..... 1 43 'Jones, Kenneth L. , . ..... 283 Jones, Lanny . . . . 240 381 Jones, Lindy . . . . 125, 381 Jones, Michael . . . 136, 345 Jones, Monty . . ..... 381 Jones, Nancy . . . . 381 Jones, Nathan . . ..... 345 Jones, Norma J. . . . . 136, 345 Jones, Pat .... . . . 381 Jones, Robin . . . . 381 Jones, Ruth . . . . . 381 Jones, Stephen J. . ..... 381 Jordan, Debbie . . . . . 118, 381 Josheway, Lynne . . ..... 125 Judd, Cathleen . . . 381 Jurgens, Phillip . . . . . 381 Juricek, Ken . . . . . 381 Juricek, Michael . . . . 381 Justice, Catherine . . . 381 K Kadri, Carolyn . . . 145 Kahn,JonE.... .....382 Kalan, Tommy . . . . . 131, 382 Kallay, Pete ............ 382 Kallus, David ........... 382 KAPPA SIGMA . KAPPA SIGMA STAFIDUSTERS Karnes, Karen . . . Karr, Russell .... Karraker, William J. Karvis, Perry .... Kasberg, Johnie D. Kaster, Bill ..... Katrycz, Tolli . . Kattner, Max . . . Kawesmi, Jawdat Kearny, Henry . . Kessler, Walter . . Keating, Jerome . Keating, Tim .. . Keefe, Staven D. . . Keen, David . . Keaton, Kathy . Keglovits, Ann . Kaith, Philip .. Koller, Bob . . Kelley, Diana . . Kellogg, Mary .... Kelly, Bradford J. Kelly, M. Glen , Kelly, Ralph W. . . Kemp, Garry L. . . Kemp, Michael . Kampff, Fellco . . . Kempfi, Pieter . . . Kendrick, Charlene Kendrick, Deborah Kennedy, Dinah . . Kennedy, Ernest C. KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 128-129 KAPPA KAPPA PSI ...... 192 . . . . 132-133 132, 119, 129, 100,136, . . 172, 91, .. 118, .. 109, .. 136, Kennedy, Michael D. . . . . Kennedy, Nancy . . Kent, Curtis . . Kent, Flobor! . Kent, Ron .... Known, Kenny . Kerbow, Tim . Kerr, Homer L. . Karr, James H. Kerr, Lillian S. . , . . 126, 136, 140, 134 382 382 297 382 382 382 382 382 382 382 382 345 382 382 382 382 345 382 1 27 382 382 382 382 382 382 382 382 382 382 382 382 3 1 5 382 382 382 345 257 382 382 302 382 382 Kerrigan, Nancy . . Kersen, A'Ree , .. .. Kessel, Mark . . . . Kev, Clark . . Key, Marcia . . Keyson, Ricky Klbbe, Peggy .. . .. Kildow, Randall . . . . Kiley, Richard . . Killian, Linda . . Killian, Michael Killian, Richard . . Kiliman, Marilyn Kimball, Michael H. . . Kimball, Stephen .... Kimbriel, George 112, 123, 146, 1 19- 126, 126, 254, Kimbrough, Rick ........ Kinard, Harold .... ...... Kinard, Roger . . . 140, King, Albert s. . King, Billy . . . King, Carol . . King, Gary . . King, Gerry . . . King, Janey . . . King, Joe Fl, . . King, Mark . . King, Phil . . . King, Flamona . . King, Floy .... 382 382 382 1 72 382 382 345 1 20, 345 382 382 345 382 382 345 345 345 382 382 144, 382 King, Stephen . . Kinney, Jimmy . . . . . Kinnison, Wayne . . . . . Kirby, Don B. .... . . Kirby, Jen ..... Kirchem, Steve . . . . . Kirk, Judy .... Kirk, Patricia . . Kirk, Sharon . . Kirk, Shirley ..... . . Kirkland, Michael Kirkpatrick, Jeff .... . . Kirkpatrick, Jo Ellen .. .. Kirkpatrick, Sharon Kitamura, George Kittrell, Linda .... Kleiner, Kay ..... Klepper, Stephen 287 382 382 382 382 382 382 382 345 382 345 382 1 27 382 382 382 382 382 382 382 382 345 382 382 382 382 382 382 177,345 Kline, Jill ........ . . . 383 Knezek, Catherine . . . . 383 Knight, Jeff ..... . . 383 Knight, Mary . . .... 100 Knight, Susan . . ..... 383 Knox, D. Bruce ... .. 129, 383 Knudson, Paul . ..... 172 Koehl, Debbie . . . . 109, 383 KOINONIA .. .... 193 Koncak, Eric ..... ..... 3 83 Kontovich, Donna . . . 115, 383 Kornegay, Billy . . . . . . 345 Korol, Tanya . . . . 383 Kouns, Karl . . , . . 383 Kouschak, Tony . . . . . 345 Kovec, June . . . .... . 383 Kraft, Al ...... .. 131, 345 Kraften, Walter . . . .... . 383 Kraus, Deborah . . . . . 125, 383 Kret, Tim ........ ..... 3 83 Krueger, Keturah L. . . 116, 345 Krueger, Mary Ann . . . . . 383 Kuban, Frank J. . . . . 345 Kucera, Dlane .... . . 383 Kuvendall, Frank . . . . 333 Kvacek, Joseph . . . . . 383 L LABBAND .. 206 Lacewell, Larry . . . . . 345 Lackey, Kim . .. .. 383 Lacy, Dallas L. . . . 298 Lacy, Steve M. . . . . 383 Ladd, Cynthia . . ..... 383 Ladd, Ronnie .... . . 124, 383 Leduskey, Gloria .... 112, 383 Lngasse, Flodney . . . . 125, 383 La Grone, Dona . . ..... 383 Lakes, Larry . . . . . 126, 383 Lamb, Johnny E. ........ 383 LAMBDA Pl SIGMA ..... 179 Lambert, Charles ........ 172 Lambert, Lana . . 112, 154-155, 156, 213, 383 Lancaster, Gary ......... 203 Lance, Larry . . . . . 383 Lance, Mike . . . . 126, 383 Land, Burl . . . . . 383 Lend, Cheryl . . . . . 383 Land, Gary P. . . . . . . 320 Landers, Debbie . . . . . 383 Lane, Mark . ............ 383 Lana, William C. ......... 383 Lang, Richard . . . 108, 119, 132, 133, 345 Langley, Grady .. . . . . . 346 Langston, Bllly . . Lanier, Mark . . Lanier, Mike . . Lanier, Steve . . . Lenkford, Alexa . .... Lankford, Sandy Jo Lantz, Wayne . . Larsen, Irene . . . . . Lesater, Robert D. Lasseter, Larry . . . Lattimore, John . . Lavender, Tim . Lawing, James . . . Lawrence, Kent L. Lawson, Maurice . . . Lawson, Stanley . . . . 190, . . 129, 91, 93, 111, . , 124, Lawton, Thomas . . . . . . . . Ley, Janice ...... Lavmon, Rick . . Layne, Bobby . . Layne, Judy . . 116, . . 188, Leach, Mike . ..... . . . .. Leconev, Richard H Ladbetter, Jim . . . Lee, Dwayne . . Lee, Karyn . . . Lee, Marvin J. . . Lee, Raymond . Lee, Ren .... Lee, Richard . . . Lee, William D. . Leftwich, Llnda . Leger, Rodger . . . Leggett, James V. III . . 123, . . 173, 111 LBQQBTI, L8l'l'Y ..... .... . Lehman, Charles Lehnert, Nick . . Leith, Jim ..... Lemarr, Tommy . . Lemay, Paul W. ... Lemons, Rhonda Lenamond, Gary Leonard, Edward Lepenski, Bill .... Leroy, James .... Lesassier, John R, LGU, NBHCY ...... Levens, Jack L. . . 1 Levens, John F., Jr. 131 52, 162, Leverett, Frederick . . . . Leverett, Harold ......... 96, 1 73, 346 Lewallen, Andree ........ Levy, David ..... Lewis, Danny . . Lewis, Emmett . . . Lewis, James , . . Lewis, Leon . . Lewis, Les Fl. . Lewis, Rex . . . . . Lewis, Vicki .... 1 Libotte, Kristy .... 02, 109, Lichtenwalter, Flay C. . . . . Light, Terry ...... Liles, Donald H. . . Lilly, Barbara .... Lilly, James L. Jr. .. . . Lindsey, Anita . . . Lindsey, Jim . . Lindsey, .loan . . 102, 1 29, 172, 346 383 383 383 383 1 10. 383 383 383 346 383 384 384 384 289 346 384 384 384 384 346 252 384 384 384 203 384 384 346 384 384 384 384 384 384 346 346 384 384 346 384 384 384 384 384 384 346 384 346 346 346 384 384 384 384 346 384 384 384 384 384 384 303 384 1 73 384 384 384 227 384 346 Lingrerg, James .......... Linn, Walter . 66, 119, 131, 384 LIPSCOMB HALL WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION ........ Litke, Gene .... Litrio, John P. . Litrio, John J. . . Litsey, Weldon . Little, Randy ..... 149 384 385 320 300 385 LITTLE THEATER . . . 200-201 Littlefield, Hobart L. Littwin, Dennis A. ...... . Livesay, Don .... 1 08, 1 24, Livingston, Chris ..... Livingston, J. David 123, 126, 127, 165, Loar, Janet M. ..... . Lochabay, Diane . . . . . . . . Lochn, John . . . Lockard, Melissa . . Lockatt, Nancy . . . Lockwood, Bob . . Lockwood, Bobby Lockwood, Dan . . Loden, Connie . , . . . '146, Loesch, Nicholas . . . . . . Loftis, Monna . . . . Loftis, John . . Loftis, Sanford . . Loltis, Shelton . . Loftis, Willard . . . 112, Logan, Lu Ann .. 107, 116, Logxdon, Glp M. ........ . London, Kirk , .. 298 346 385 385 1 1 9, 385 385 346 385 346 385 331 385 346 385 385 385 346 385 385 385 385 385 346 385 L0l'ld0f1, LBl'l'V .......... London, Leigh . . . 94, 116- Long, Linda . . . . Long, Roger . . . Longley, Alan .... Longley, Kenneth . . Lopez, Dorothy . . Loughran, Don . . . Loughran, Donna . . Love, Bruce ..... Love, Wayne ..... Lovelace, Richard Lovelace, Venita . . . . Lowrey, Maxeyne . . Lubke, Fred .....,... Lucas, William W. .... . 126, 109, 112, Luck, Sue ....... 96, 116, Ludwig, Jane ....... Ludwig, Melinda . . . . Luftman, Mace . . . Luke, Chuck . . . Luka, Robert . . Lusk, Connie . . Lusk, Haywood . . Lux, Nick .... Lyell, Mike . . Lyle, Charlie . . Lyle, Sally . . Lynch, Carol ..... 53 Lyons, Stephanie . . Mc McAdams, John . . . McAdams, Linda L. . McAlister, James . . . McAllster, Sean D. . McCalb, Wayne . . McCaIer, Martha . . . 'McCaIl, John B. . McCallum, Wayne . . McCarthy, Richard . . McCarty, Bob ...,. 113, , 1 16, Lynch, Carolyn ....... 346 1 17, 385 385 385 385 346 346 385 385 385 385 385 385 346 385 282 346 385 385 385 385 385 385 346 385 346 225 385 385 385 385 346 346 385 385 346 365 284 385 346 385 385 McCarty, Mike . . . . 140, McCauley, Mike . 385 McClaine, Karen . . McCIean, Curtis ....., McClellan, Elizabeth McClandon, Mark .... McClesky, Bob ....... McClinton, Travis .... McClinton, William D. . . . 346 202-203 . . . 385 123, 385 . . . 385 140, 385 173, 261 McCloud, Don 91, 126-127, 385 McClung, Dell G. ........ 346 McCoIlough, Randy McConnell, Fraiser . . McConnell, John .... ' McConnell, John W. McConnell, Les ..... McConnell, Ronald . . . McCord, Beth ...... McCorkle, Bill ....... McCormack, Barbara McCormack, James McCoy, Angela ...... McCoy, Terry . . . McCrea, Joan M. . . McCrory, Kelly . . McCuin, Earl G. . . McCullar, Michael . . . McCullough, Paul R. McCullough, Terry . . McCune, Judith . . McDade, Jean .... 172 203 ...385 288 385 385 385 ...346 385 109, 385 346 284 385 ...331 385 385 385 385 346 McDaniel, Gilbert ........ 385 McDaniels, Howard . . . 144, 385 McDonald, David . . ...... 385 McDonough, Jeanne McDowell, Claudine McDuff, Mike .... . . . McElroy, Patrick ..... McElyea, Wayne . . McEowen, Glenn . McEowen, Keith . . McFadin, Donna . . McFadin, Doug . . . McGarvey, Maxine . . McGary, Judy .... McGee, Jimmy . . McGee, Melody . . McGee, Ron . . . McGee, Terry . . 385 331 132, 385 132. 385 385 ...386 ...386 386 386 386 386 386 .. 69,386 386 ...386 McGee, Vicki . . . McGinnis, Larry . . . McGinnis, James A. McGinty, Denise . . . McGlethery, R. W. . McGowan, Carolyn . McGowan, LaVerne 172, McGregor, Thomas A. .... . McGraw, Laura .... McHugh, Colleen . . Mclntosh, Jim . . . . Mclntyre, Alice . . . Mclver, Terry . . . . Mc Keager, James . McKee, Frank E. . . McKee, Larry . . . McKenzie, Jana . . . McKeown, William . McKinney, Clndy . . McLaughlin, Larry . . . Mc Laughlin, Steven McLaughlin, W. T. . . .. McLaurln, Donald T. McLendon, Mary . . McLerran, Linda . . . McMahen, Dale . . . McMahon, Robert . . McMannamy, Roger McMillan, Charles . . McMullin, Sheryl . . McMurry, Robert J. McMurtre, Mary . . . McNary, John . . . McNary, William .. . McNew, David . . McQueen, Gene . . McRae, Dawn . . . McRae, Robert .... McSpadden, Nacy . . McVay, Barbara . . McVean, William T. M Maayeh, Michael . . Maberry, Doris . . Mabra, Don . . 115, 125, 115. 132, 111 115, 173 118 3, 97. 386 386 347 386 386 386 386 386 386 386 386 386 386 347 386 386 386 347 386 386 386 386 1 73 386 347 146, 202-203 347 347 386 386 386 386 347 386 386 385 386 347 125 386 386 386 386 386 Macfarl ene, Sandra Mack, Johnny . .. Mack, Karen . . Mackey, Linda . . Macmil lan, Phyllis Madden,John 120. Madison, Jettie . . Maersch, Mathilde Megan, Mahan. Mahan, Mahan, Patrick . , . Jack H. . . Janice . . , Jeri Lynn Mahanay, Lynn . . Mahanav. Randal Mahoney, Dan , . MahoneY. James M. Maison, Donald J. Majka, Malone Malone Malone Kenneth . , Carolyn . , James . . , Marlena . 116, 1644165. 116, 205. 385 386 386 386 385 347 386 385 386 303 347 94, 115. 117, 200, 160. 347 386 347 347 303 347 386 ..,,386 Malone, Mika C. . Malott, Brett .... 132, 256. Malsisat, Stephen Maly, J ohn ....., Maner, Doland C. Jr. . , Manrriquez, Nicholas .. Manypenny, Virginia . . Marcha nt, Gordon MARCHING BAND Mardis, Robbie . .. Margowskv. Allane Marks, Dave Marley. Monte Marlow, Tom . . . Meroney, Mike . Marques, R. J. .. Marrs, Lynda S. Marsha Marsha ll, Carl . . Il, Lynn . Marslett, David , Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Billy .. . Chuck .... Donald A. Donald R. Kenneth . . 119, 172, 386 386 347 386 347 386 347 347 386 386 204-205 1 23. 347 132. 123, 126, 129. 173. 331 347 386 386 336 317 386 347 386 386 3S6 336 347 31 1 386 Martin, Lou se . . 336 Martin, RlCl'1l'G , 35 Vlartm, Robert . . 336 Martin, Sam ,. 125, 35 Martin, Smrfey .o . ' OC 146 347 Martin. Steohari . , 3-E Martinez, Kenny . .. , . 387 Martinez. Leonard ... 172, 387 Marusak. Marv K. .. .. ,. 387 Marzonie Franc a .. . 98, 115 140 3-47 Mason, Ralph O. ... ... , 387 Mason. Steoherv D. ...,,, 387 Massa. Joe .. Massey, Nikki 248 25' Masters, Janie . . 38' Mathews .larry . . . . 3-47 Mathis, Henry E. , , 357 Mat'l, Karen . . . 38' Nlatiocx Bob .. .. 1'2 38' Matthews Con- e .. . ., 38' Matthews, Dale , , , . 35' Matthews, RVNDDCB , . . 38' Matthews. Sharon . 38' Matthews Terfw V - - f 6 V YS-1 Maurer NI-cnse' L. . , 150 367 Maxev. Rick . .,..... 35' Maxwell Grace , 112 14-E 34' Maxwell Lester ..., .. 357 Maxwell QOXYI ., , 1'9-'20 TE 13 347 May, Cindy ,.,. ..... . 35' May, FYDVG S.Jr. , 1'3 Max. Vein-da L. . . 36' Mayer Parr-:ia ...,, . N7 'Mavfieia Firnafa V. -f, , 295 Max nord Steohef' . . . 150 35' Mayo Coffstrfre .. ., . 35' Nlaxo, Jen-es D, , . 35' Maw, Ed ..,, . . 35' Nlazar Sfliy ,,,,, .. 35' Mead. Wesiew E. J-. ....... 315 Maids John .... 132 1'3 34' Meaders Stese ......,.. 35' Maador, Cynthia ,.. . 115, 35' Meazell. Bobby .. . .. SS' INDEX 419 Payne, Gary the na, D-nar Nlldxs Kat Nlegro Nl,y9a'1t Niehrlev R-cm . Ve if Free Verse' Sarbara , NH ne' John Shelton Connie Mft-on James P. N0al::er Rosalie Nhngr Ross Menon: Lou . .. Veranda Charles . Mercer Llovd F. Nleulev Donald Morrill Van ,, Utrrlft. Joe Nlerrrn, Phil . Mersecch- Roberto Meoshon, James Metcalf Roger .. 125, Metcalfe, Gsrv W. Nleflgr Sill ,,,A. Mitts Marilyn NHVQY, Kathy . Michael, Donna .. Michael, John S. . Michaels. Charles Mrchals. Victor . . Mickelson, twnthia Middick, Marv .. Middleton, Don . Middleton, Larry Middleton, Mark A Multi, Roisann . . Milam, Barbara , . Miles, Cathy . . Millie, Louise , Milkie, William .. Miller, Bobby . .. Miller. Carrol . Miller, Curtis .. Mills, David . . Miller, Douglas F. Miller, Janice ,,, Miller, Kenneth .. Miller. Lee W. ... Miller, Magi ,. Miller, Pam , ,, Miller, Patricia .. Miller. Richard . . Miller, Ruth , , Miller . Ted ..... Mille' William C. . Mailer, William O. . Millican, Kirk ,.., Milllman, James H. Milton, Thomas ,, Miner, Terre ..,.. Minger, Carol . Minshew, Morne .. 1 Ns J.. . 107. 125. 202r203. 133. 3S7 387 387 387 387 348 387 3S7 387 332 387 348 387 387 332 387 348 387 387 387 387 388 348 1 25 348 388 388 388 202-203 388 388 388 388 388 388 388 388 388 332 348 388 388 388 388 388 348 388 388 388 388 388 348 388 388 315 388 388 332 115, 348 388 388 Mintel. Larry G. . 121. 348 Minton, Joseph , . ,.., 388 Minvard, Sill ... ,.., . 172 Miracle Cindy ..., 140, 388 Mitchell, A. Richard ...... 315 Mitchell Bill ...... .. 388 Mitchell Danny . .. 172 Mitchell David W. . . . 348 Mitchell, Dennis . . . .. 388 Mitchell, Donald ... , . . . . 388 Mitchell Doug .... 126, 388 Mitchell, Elizabeth , , .... 388 Mitchell James ,... . . 388 Mitchell Larry , . . . 348 Mitchell Leland . . . 388 Mitchell Linda . . . . 388 Mitchell Lloyd .. . . 348 Mitchell Maria .. . . 299 Mitchell Mike . . . . 388 Mitchell Philip ,.,. . . 389 Mitchell Raymond . . . 389 Mitchell Steve .... . . 249 Mittelsteadt. Robert . . 389 Mobley. Steve ..... . . 389 Modgling, Gary .... . . 348 Modi, Jayendrakumer ..... 173 Moen, John ....... . . 172 Moises, Molina . . . . 348 Moland, Leonard . . . . 389 MOIB. Anita ..... . . 389 Moncrief, Charles . . . . 348 Mone, Terry .. . . . 389 Money, Guy .. . . 389 Monreal, Wally . . . . . 125 Monroe. John T. . . . . . . 348 Montgomery, Barry D. 203 389 Montgomery, Linda . . . 389 Montgomery, Robert 129 389 Moore, Ben ....... . . . 389 Moore, Cynthia . . 109 389 Moore, David . . 123 348 Moore, Don H. . . . . 340 Moore, Howard . . . . . . 389 Moore, Hugh . . . 164-165 Moore, Jeanine . . . . . . 389 Moore, John ...... . . 389 Moore, Larry ..... . . 389 Moore, Morris O. Ill . . 348 Moore, Perry ...... . . . 389 Moore, Ray ..... 123 348 Moore, Robert R. . . 144, 348 Moore, Richard A. . . . . 389 Moores, Eula .... . . . 389 Morawski, Paul M. . 133, 389 Morgan, Charmaine . . .... 389 Morgan, Cynthia . . . . . 389 Morgan, Mike . . . .. 172 Morgan, Rhine . . . . 389 Morici, Joseph .... . . 389 Morigi, Samuel R. . . . . 173 Moros Puantes, Josha ..... 389 Morosky, Linda E. . . . 348 I ' , .Jr--' 1 I 3,-11 V 1 ', , f I P . r i INDEX Morrell, Jayne . . . Morris, Donald . . 115, Morris, Glenn D. . . . . . . Morris, Jack . . Morris. Joe D. . . . Morris. Rebecca . Morris, Ronnie . . Morris, Russ . . Morris, S haron . . Morris, Terry .... .... Morrison, Charles Morrison, Morrison, Kenneth Morrison, Michael Morrison, Ronnie Morrow, David . . Morrow, Jane . . . Morrow, John . . . Morrow, Mike . . . 'Morse, John W. . . Morse, Linda L. Don ...... Morton, A'neIle . . Morton, William L. 'Moses, Roy ..... Motley, Ronnie . . . Mounce, Jerry . . . 1 26, 230. 133, 139 123 Mouton, Ronald ..... . . . Moyer, William .......... Mozelewski, Robert G. . . . . Muccio, Linda . . . Mueller, Harvey . Mulanax, Richard Mulcolm, Charles Mulder, Andrea . . Mulkey, Jerry . . . Mulkey, Patricia . Mullican, June . . Mullins, Donald . Mungioli, Alba . . Munir, Mickey . . Munir, Ramsay . . Munn, Kenneth . . 'Murchiso 116, n, John T. ....... Murphree, Patti . . Murphy, Murphy, Brian . . Dade . . . Murphy, Jim . . Murphy, Murphy, Musacchi Larry . . R. Patrick c 0, Frederi Musick, Rita .... Myers, Bill ..... Myers, Dewey R, Myers, Harry L. . Myers, Kenneth . Myers, Pam ..... 'MykIestad, Nils . . Myres, Sandra L. . Nader, M N ike .. Nagase, Mitsy . Nagel, Amry . . Nance, A Nance, D Nannen, Nash, Ru ron .. aryl . . Kathy . . this . . Nations, Roger . . Neal, David . . . Neal, Lar ry ..... Neal, Susan ..... Nearburg, Gretcher Neece, James . . . Neely, Don . . . Neely, Russell ... Neff, Michael J. . Nehl, Annette L. . Neinast, Claudia . Nelon, Larry .... Nelson, Danny . . 'Nelson, Dorothy D. . . Nelson, Nelson, Elaine . . . Larry . . Nelson, Nancy . . Neslony, James J. Nou mann. Gaylon Neville, John .... Neville, Vicki . Navison, David . . Newell, Ima Jean Newell, Patricia D. R. .. NEWMAN CLUB Newman, Dana . . Newman, Dennis . Newsom, Gary . . Newquist, Kalth . Newquist, Kralg E. Newton, Harry . . Nicholls, Susan . . Nichols, Sheridan Nichols, William D. Nicholson, Brooks 'Nicholvon, J. C. . Nicholson, Jim . . Nickell, Mike . . 1 29, k, Jr. . . 127, 173, 112,145, 1 23, 133, 133, 1 90, 133, 146, 127, 348 349 389 389 389 389 389 389 389 389 1 72 253 389 349 349 389 389 389 389 389 349 349 389 208 389 389 389 349 389 389 389 389 389 389 389 389 389 389 389 389 1 72 349 31 1 389 389 389 1 72 1 72 389 389 389 389 349 389 000 389 289 302 254 332 389 349 389 389 389 389 390 390 390 349 390 390 390 390 390 390 390 390 303 390 390 390 349 390 390 390 390 99 390 1 98 349 390 210 390 390 390 390 349 390 390 31 5 390 390 Nlckols, Fred ... Nipp, Ellen ..... Nixon, John W. .. Noble, Gary . . Noe, Jaye ...... Noggle, Tommie . Nolan, Charles . . Nolan, Kathy . Noland, Chris . . . Nolan, R. L. .. . . Nolley, Jimmy E. Norman, Randall 115,144,349 390 ...202-203 390 390 349 390 .. 116,390 315 . ....390 123,349 Norman, Rick . . . . . . 349 Norris, Sera ..... . . . 349 North, Donald F. . . . . 390 Northcutt, Betty . . . . . 390 Norton, Patricia B. . . . . 390 Norton, Phil .... . . . 390 Nosal, Craig . . . . . 349 Nosko, Jan ..... 349 Nowell, John C. ..... 119r1 20, Pate, John D. . . . Patel, Maqboolh . . Patel, Praful J. . . . Patrick, Christopher Patrldge, Troy .... Patten, Norman, Jr. Patterson, Carole S. Patterson, H. Daniel Patterson, Llnda . . . Patterson, Linda . . Patterson, Randal . . Patterson, Randy . . Patterson, Thaxton Patterson, Weaver . . Patton, Anthony D. Patton, David Paukert, Jen . . Pauling, Chris Paxton, Orsen E., ll Payne, David .... Payne, John Payne, Lauren . . . Paysinger, Marian . . . . Pearce, James Peck, Dennis . . Pederson, Jim . . . Peek, Susan ......... Peek, Bob . . 326, 123, Peek, Susan ......... Pegrem, Robert ...... Pehkonen, Elaine 107 G. 127, 172, 127 , 233 129 , 349 172 1 22, 118 'Pelton, Dr. Rodney ....... Pemberton, Terry . . 122, 123, 349 Nowell, Mickey .......... 390 Nowlin, Jeanie . . . . . 390 Nunn, Pam ... . .. 391 Nutt, Bruce W. . . . . . 349 O Oats, Ricky . . . . 391 Oats, Roy M. . ......... 391 Obert, Cheryl .... 116-117, 391 O'Day, Carolyn .. . 90, 108-109, 134, 391 O'Day, Don . . ..... 349 Oldham, Janice . . . . . 391 Olds, Charlotte . . . . . 391 Olesch, August . . . 391 Oliver, Liz .... . . . 391 Oliveri, Carole . . ...... 391 Olsen, Bill .... . . 131 391 Omar, Ibrahim .......... 349 'O'NeaI, Cothburn M. . 299 344 O'Neal, Terry ....... 123 332 O'Nori, Judy ...... . . . 391 Ordeman, Robert . . . . . 391 ORDER OF OMEGA . . . . 120 Orr, Bruce ........ ..... 3 91 Ortman, Chris J. ..... 131 391 Osborn, Michael D. ....... 391 Osborne, Lynn E. .... 146, 349 Osburn, Jean ..... 202-203, 391 Oslin, Jim ..... ....... 3 91 Ostad, Mansour . . . .... . 391 O'Toole, Chuck . . . . 129 391 Overbeek, Ronnie .... 127 391 Overton, James . . . . . 172 391 Overton, Robert . . . . 127 349 Owen, Elizabeth . . ..... 391 Owen, Jan ..... . . 111 391 Owen, Jerry . . . . . . 391 Owen, Mark ...... . . . 391 Owen, Stephens E. . ..... 391 Owens, Donna . . . 113 391 Owens, Michael . . . .... . 391 Ozymy, Charles . . . . 349 P Pace, Larry L. ....... 131 391 Pachelo, Alfonso ......... 349 PACHL HOUSE DORM COUNCIL ......... .. 150 Paden, Gary ..... . . 391 Padgett, George G. . ..... 391 Page, Michael . . . . 125, 391 Painter, Nancy . .... -. 391 Palangian, Jack . . . . . 300 Palangian, Rimma . . . . . 300 Palmer, Christine . . ..... 391 Palmer, Patti ........ 115 391 PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 107 Panter, Jerry ............ 349 Pardo, Terry L. . . . 349 Park, Don .... . . . . 349 Parker, Alton ...... . . 172 Parker, olivia . . .f . . . . 391 Parker, Dean .. .... . 349 Parker, Dick . . . . 133, 391 Parker, Homer . ..... 349 Parker, Marsha E. . . . 391 Parker, Patricia . . . .... . 349 Parker, Richard . . . . . 254, 391 Parker, Stephen E. . . . . 391 Parkerson, Cecil F. . . . . 349 Parklson, Gene . . . . . . 349 Parks, James . . . . . 391 Parrish, Bruce , . . . . . 391 Parrish, Gene . . . . 391 Parry, Glenn .. . .. 391 Parson, Joann . . . . . . 391 Parsons, James . . . . . 349 Parvlz, Abedi K. . . ...... 391 Paschal, Dayton ..... 133, 349 Pasternak, Jim . . . . . 391 Pastusek, Fran . . . . . 392 Pence, Ronald K. . Pence, Susan ..... ' . . Pendleton, Hal A. . . . . Pennington, Jerry Pannock, Len .... Percival, Jimy . . . Perkins, Bill .... Perkins, Willard . . . Perry, Stan ....... Perryman, John K. . Peters, Vharlie . . . . Peters, Jennifer ...... Peters, Robert .... . . Peterson, Charles .... Peterson, Donna S. Peterson, James . . Peterson, Steve . . Petri, Clarence . . Petruccalli, Ann . . Pettit, Lyn . . . Peyron, Alan . . Pfeil, Calvin . . Pflawter, Ziggy . . Phelps, Sandra . . . Pherriba, Gordon PHI ALPHA THETA . PHI DELTA THETA . PHI GAMMA DELTA lFlGli ........... Philbrick, Carol . . . Phillips, Dale .... 'PhilIips, Paul ..... Philley, Martha K. . . Phillips, David .... Phillips, Erma . . . . . Phillips, Greg . , . . Phillips, Kenna . . . . Phillips, Lovell . . Phillips, Sherry . . Phillips, Vickie .. .. PHI MU ....... . . . PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA .... . . Pick, Alfred . . . . . Plckard, David . . . . Pickens, Russell Pickett, Robert E. . . . . Piekos, Larry .... . . Pierce, Melvin . . . Plgg, Kenneth . . . Pilarclk, Andrew . . Pilkington, Ann .. Pilotta, Theresa ..... Pinkerton, Billy G. Plnkston, Bobby . . Pinson, David . . . Pirtle, Tom ..... Piotrowski, Carol 172 141 173 130, 1 26, 127, 141, 133, 133, Pl SIGMA EPSI LON ...... Pittman, Alissa ...... Pittman, Jerry . . . Pitts, Delbert . . . Plattner, Arden . . . . . Plechus, Greg . . . Plelner, David J. . . Plemons, Melvin W. . . . Plog, Leonard ....... Ploneln, John C. . . Pochgla, Ros ..... Podsednlk, Wllllam . . Polk, Apala ..... . Polk, Butch . . ... 202, 131, 133, r i 392 349 1 73 392 230 392 392 349 392 392 349 392 392 392 392 392 392 392 392 237 392 392 1 17 316 350 392 392 392 392 392 350 350 320 392 392 392 392 392 350 392 1 72 392 350 3 1 6 392 392 350 392 392 392 392 392 319 302 392 392 392 392 392 1 44 1 31 1 27 392 392 306 392 350 392 392 392 350 392 392 1 15 1 80 392 350 350 392 392 290 350 392 392 392 392 392 350 1 72 392 1 81 203 392 392 392 350 392 393 393 393 350 393 393 127, 350 Polk, James E. . . 393 Pollard, Ed ... .. 131 393 Polvl, Mark A. . . ..... 393 Pool, Robert ... .- 393 Poore, Roger A. . ..... 393 Pope, John .... . . 133. 393 Porraa, Alvaro . . ..... 393 Porter, Davld . . . . . 172, 393 Porter, Marvln . . . .... . 393 Porterfleld, Mike . . . . . 393 Portlllo, Randy ...... . . . 393 Post, James ............. 172 Postlewalthe, Wllllam F. . . . 303 Portinger, James ......... 350 Potts, Alice ..... . . . 393 Potts, Ernlly . .... 393 Potts, Joe ..... ..... 1 14 Pouzar, Robert . . . . . 141 393 Powell, James R. ..... 123, 393 Powell, Janet . . . .... . 393 Powell, Wllllam .. ... 121 393 Powell, Wllllam . . ..... 393 Powell, W. R. . . . . . 393 Powell, Albert ... ... 393 Poyner, George . . . . . 393 Prado, Jose G. . . ..... 393 Prasifka, John . . . . . 173, 393 Prather, Susan . . . .... . 393 Prather, Val ............ 393 Prehoditch, Kenneth E. . . . 393 PRESS CLUB ........... 182 Pressley, James . . . , . . 350 Preston, Eugene G. . . . . . 350 Preston, John ' .... . . . 393 Price, Jenny D. . . .. . 350 Price, John ..... . , . 393 Price, Kenneth R. . . . . 350 Price, Ronald . . . . . . 393 Price, Sterling M. , . . . 332 Price, Sythie . . . . . . 393 Price, Ted . . . . . 172 Price, Tom . . . . . 393 Pricer, James . . . . . . 393 Prince, Doug . . . .. . 393 Pringle, James . . . . . . . 393 Prochaska, Frank ...... 85-86, 127, 350 Procter, Charles . .... 308 Poovence, Sam . . . . 393 Pruett, Billy , . . . . 393 Pryor, Richard . . . . 206 Ptarek, John .... . . 350 Puckett, Gary M. . . . 393 Puente, Victor, Jr. . . . . . 393 Pugh, Sheri ....... . . . . 393 Purselley, Cheryl ..... 126 393 Puryear, Bob . . . . . . 393 Puyear, Glenn . . . . . . 393 Pyle, Jerry . . . . . . . 394, 172 Q Qualls, Barbara . . . . 203 Qualls, Susan ....... . . . 394 Quarles, Bill W. .. 202, 127 350 Quattlebaum, James ...... 350 Quentin, Arnold E. ....... 350 Queton, Chief . .. . .. Quillen, Sandi . . . . Quinn, Larry . . . Quinn, Susie . . . R Rebeck, Randy ...... Rabroker, Mary . 111 127 133, , 122, Radell, Stan ............ Rador, Chris ....... Raffetto, Jeannette . . . Raglin, Randy ...... Reilsbach, Track . . . Raimondo, James . . . Rainey, Mary . . . Rake, Buddy . . . Ramirez, Marlo . . . . . . . Ramos, Joe .... . . 133, Randall, Wilma . . . . . . . Range, Fritz S. . . . Rankin, Edward E. . . Rankin, Gary ..... Rankin, Jerry . . Rankin, Nancy . . . . Ransom, Jon . . . . . . Rash, Dan ...... .... Retcliff, Danney . . Rathmell, Bernard . . Rattler, Johnnie B. . . Raven, Craig ...... Rawling, Virginia . . . Rawlinson, Linda . Rawls, Prince M. . . Ray, Ray, Debra .... Dennls . Ray, Gary . . Ray, Paula .... Ray, Robert A. . . 109, 394 350 394 394 394 350 394 1 72 350 394 394 394 394 350 350 394 394 394 . 6 394 1 72 394 131 , 394 202-203 394 394 394 394 394 394 394 394 1 27 394 394 350 5 X Q ol INDEX Ray, Roger F. . . .. 124, 350 Ray, Wllllam L. ... . . . .. 394 Raymond, Suzan ........ 394 Reader, Al . 101, 141 165, 350 'Reasar, Donald F. ........ 313 REBEL HAM CLUB .. 192 Reber, Ronnie ..... . . 350 Recle, Jesse, Jr. . . . . . 394 Redmon, Nancy J. ....... 350 Reece, Rusty .... .. 129 394 Reed, Alan . . . . . . 394 Reed, Barbara . . ..... 350 Read, Marcla .. .. 115, 394 Raed, Roger . . . . . 394 Raed, Wllllam .. .. 394 Reese, Jan .... . . 394 Reese, Martha . . . . 350 'Raeves, Blll . . . . . 304 Reeves, Danny . .. 394 Reeves, Pat ....... . . 000 Ralchensteln, Jullana . . . . 394 Reichansteln, Karl . . . 394 Reld, Jimmy ..... . . 394 Reld, Linda . . . . . 394 Raid, Susan . . . . . 394 Reisar, Susie . . . . . 394 Relter, Billie Jo . . . . . . . 394 Renfro, Bryan . . . . 123, 351 Ranfro, Cyndy . ..... 394 Ranfro, James A. . ..... 394 Retzlaff, Mary C. .... 109, 394 REVEILLE STAFF ...212-213 Rex, James ...... . . 123, 394 Reyes, Jesus, Jr. . . ..... 395 Reyes, Lico . . . . . 198, 395 Reyes, Pedro . . ..... 395 Reynolds, Joe .... . . 203 Reynolds, Lindian . . . 351 Reynolds, Marvin C. . . . 395 Reynolds, Monica . . . . . . 395 Reynolds, Nancy .... 146, 351 Reynolds, Pam . . . . . . 202-203 Reynolds, Randy ........ 395 Reynolds, Steve . 108, 123, 395 Rhoads, Stan ........... 395 Rich, Joycie . . ..... 395 Rich, Linda .... . . 144, 351 Richardson, Bruce . ..... 395 Richardson, Craig .... 172, 395 Richardson, Henry ....... 395 Richardson, Michael . . 184, 351 Richardson, Willie . . . . . 395 Richie, Gary ..... . . 395 Richter, Debbie . . ..... 395 Rickard, Keith . . . 203, 395 Riddle, Don . . ..... 395 Riddle, Lee ....... . . . 172 Riddle, Ozelle A. V. ...... 395 Riffey, Douglas H., Jr. 161, 395 Riggs, Randy ..... . . . 395 Riles, Rebecca . . . 395 Riley, Horace . . . . 351 Risner, Linley .... . . 395 Ritchey, Donald . . . . 395 Ritter, Becki . . . . . . 395 Rittiman, Dana . . . .... . 395 Roan, Dick . . . . . 123, 395 ' Roark, Bill .... ..... 2 56 Roark, Gary ..... . . 131, 395 Robbins, Brian A. . . ..... 351 Robbins, James . . . . . 129, 351 Robbins, Larry . . . .... . 395 Robbins, Marilyn . . . . . 395 Roberts, Chris ..,. ..... 3 95 Roberts, Courtney . . . 133, 395 Roberts, Elizabeth . . . . . 351 Roberts, James D. . . ..... 395 Roberts, Richard .... 123, 395 Roberts, Ronny . . ..... 351 Robertson, Bill ...... 133, 395 Robertson, Cathey . . . 214, 395 Robertson, Dan . . . . . 395 Robertson, Gary . . . . 351 Robertson, Gwen . . . . 395 Robertson, James . . . . 395 Robertson, Keith . . . . 395 Robertson, Krisha . . ..... 395 Robertson, Larry .... 135, 395 Robertson, Sherry ....... 351 Robinson, Alan . . . 128-129, 395 Robinson, Bill . . ....,.. 395 Robinson, Gary . . . . 141, 351 Robinson, James . . . . . . 351 Robinson, Jeanne . . ..... 395 Robinson, Larry ..... 172, 395 Robinson, Ronald J. . . . . 395 Robinson, Sheila . . . . . 395 Robinson, Susan . . . . . 395 Robinson, Thomas . . . . 395 Robinson, Vivian A. . . . 395 Robison, David . . . . . 395 Rodek, Marvin . . . . . 395 Roddy, Ronald . . . . 395 Rodprs, Lee . . . . . 395 Rodgers, Linda . . . . 395 Rodgers, Morris F. . . . 351 'Rodnltzky, Jerome L. . . . . 302 Rodriguez, Cindy . . . . . 395 Rodriguez, Yolanda . . . 395 Roe, Dlane ....... . . 395 Roahl, Mark ...... ..... 3 95 Roenn, Chrlstlan J. , , . 131 395 Rogers, Betty ..... ..... 3 95 Rogers, Connie . . . . . 395 Rogers, David . . . . 395 Rogers, Dorls ..., ..... 3 95 Rogers, Forrest K. . . . 146, 395 Rogers, Nancy . . . . . 111, 351 Rogers, Suzanne . . . . . 361 Rogstad, Paul . . . . 396 Rohr, Gary .... . . 395 Rolader, Arthur . . ..... 351 Roper, Nancy . . . . 109 395 Rosa, Denlse . . ..... 395 Rosa, Dlena ...... ..... 1 18 Rose, Constance K. . . . 184, 395 Rosa, James G. . .. . .. 351 Rose, Jim ..... . . 395 Roselllnl, Clndy .. . . 395 Rosprln, Ralph C. . . . . 396 Ross, Charles .... . . 351 Ross, Michael T. . . . . 396 Ross, Rlch .... . . 396 Rosser, Clarence . . . . 396 Rosser, Robyn . . . . . 396 Rossignoll, Donna . . ..... 396 ROTC .............. 152-162 Rotharmal, Charles . . . . . 172 Round, Bob ............ 1 72 Rourke, Ruth . .. 115, 125,396 Rowan, Jerry ........... 396 Rowden, Hubbard A. ..... 351 Rowe, Joseph S. 70,98 Rowland, James . . . . 396 Rowley, Karen . . . 396 Rowton, Beverly .... . . 396 Rubenkoanig, David . . . . . 346 Rucker, David ...... . . 396 Rudolph, Robin . . . . . 396 Rummel, Harry . . . ..... . 396 Runnels, Jimmy .. .. 123, 396 Rusk, David . . . ...... . 396 Rusnak, Sharon ......... 396 Russell, Doug . . . 242, 244, 246 Russell, Eric D. . ....... 396 Russell, Gene . . . . 396 Russell, Jacque .. . .. . .. 396 Russell, Rusty . . . . 129, 396 'Russum, Isaac . . ..... 293 Rutherford, Jim . . . . 352 Rutledge, Phillip . . . . 396 S Saavedra, Becky . . . . . 396 Sabatucci, Cindy ..... 1 17, 352 Sabedra, Alfred . . . . . 131, 396 Sackson, Timothy . . . . . . 396 Saldana, Daniel V., Jr. . . . 396 Sale, Cathey ....... . . 396 Sale, Lynn ............. 396 Salehi-Shokravar, Hormoz . 396 Salinas, Luis ............ 396 Salinas, Susie . . . 396 Seller, Loren ..... . . 396 Sanders, Carlos L. . . . . 396 Sanders, Gary .... . . 396 Sanders, John . . . . 396 Sanders, Mike . . . .... . 396 Sandlin, Sandy . . . 145, 396 Sanford, Roger . . . . . . 396 Sanford, Thomas . . . . 352 Sentibanez, Jayier . . . . 396 Sarchat, Waco . . . . 396 Sard, Rebecca . . . . 396 Sard, Russell . . . . 396 'Serkar, Asti .... . . 284 Serkar, lla K. .... . . 332 Sarratt, William B. . . . 396 Saucedg, Joe Jr. ......... 396 Saunders, Bill . 51, 86, 133, 164 Saunders, Diana ..... 11 2-1 13, 1 15, 157, 396 'Savega, Allan H. ......... 283 Savage, James . . ..... 352 Sawey, Robert . . . 144, 352 Sawyer, Pam .. .. 117, 396 Sax, MarkA .... . . . 396 Scarf, William . . . . 396 Scaggs, Max . . . . 352 Scaggs, Steve . . . . 396 Scarth, Debra . . . . 396 Schaffer, Robert . . . . 172 Schanbacher, Jim . . . . 396 Schanbert, Paul . . . . . 203 Schanche, Karen . . . . 396 'Scherf, Carl W. . . . . . 311 Scheum, Patrick L. . . 396 Schember, Kurt . . . . . 290 Scheppler, Karla . . . . . 396 Scheuermann, Michael C.203, 396 Schick, Shari . . 82, 108-109, 352 Schkade, Sandy . , Schleade, Sandy . , Schmalzrlad, Karla Schmidt, Ann .,,. Schmidt, Beth ,.... 'SchmIdt, Hunter, Jr. . , Schreiner, Lance . . . Schroeder, Glenda Schroeder, Michael Schrott, Mlchael . . .. Schultz, Deborah G Schultz, Tlm ..,..., Schultz, James .,,..,.... Schumacher, Johnny M. Scogglns, Donna Schwlnd, Marian . . Scott, Horace .. Scott, James . . . . Scott, Lynn . . , . Scott, Marvin . . . . Scott, Rex .... Scott, Roberta . . Scott, Sharon . . . . Scrogglns, Madge .... Scruggs, Rene . . . 111,130 Scully, Christy ...... Seagraves, Sam . . Sears, John M. . Seata, Steve .... Sebastian, David Sechrlst, Rhonda Secord, Charles . . Sedberry, Steve 138. 138, Seeburger, James M. . . Segal, Haresh N. . . Seghars, Edwin . . Seldner, Janis . . . Seifert, Arthur F. . . . . Self, cathy ...... 1 1o- Self,Mark Sellers, David . . Sellers, Donnie . . Selmen, John . . . Sessom, Eupna . . Sessom, Walen . . . . Settle, James ........ 111, 1 38 396 396 352 95 301 396 396 396 396 395 396 396 396 395 352 396 396 396 396 352 397 352 109, 397 , 397 111,397 202- 397 397 203 352 146, 397 14-4, 352 111, 133, 125, Severn, Robert .. 182, 214, Sewell, Alice ........ Sewell, Gladys . . Sewell, Johnny . . Sexton, Judy K. . Seymour, Joe .... Shabot, Charlotte . . Shaffer, Christy . , . . Shahan, Judy ....... Shannon, Katheryn . . . Shannon, Kathleen Sharber, Julia . . . Sharp, Karen . . Sharp, Phillip . Sharp, Stanley . . Shaver, Brack . Shaw, Howard . . Shaw, Janet . . . Shaw,Pat Shaw, Patrick . . . . . Shaw, Phil ....... 1 26- Shaw, Ronnie ....... 'Shawn, J. L. . Sheen, Gary . . Sheen, Janis . . Sheetz, William .. .. Sheldon, Vlcki .. ... Shelton, Janet . . . . . Shelton, Johnny . . Shelton, Russell . . Shelton, Steve . . . Sheppard, Rick . . . Sheppard, Wayne . . Sheppard, Elizabeth . . Sheppard, Quin ...... Sherman, Robert N. . . Sherrod, Mark ....... Sherrod, Rick . . . . Shields, Barbara ..... Shiflett, Mika .... . . 'Shilling, Lee G., Jr. .. . Shiraman, Ronald E. . . Shirley, Gary . ....... Shoden, Melinda ...... SHORTHORN STAF F Shoup, Dan .......... Shults, Evelyn . . . Shultz, Anna L. . Shumway, M. . . . 'Shupee, George . . . Sibley, Cwnthia . . Sibley, James N. . . Sides, Karen . . Siebold, David . . Siefart, Ernie SIGMA DE LTA Pl 118, 397 352 352 352 397 352 397 397 397 352 397 352 397 397 397 397 397 397 352 397 332 85-86. 111, 107, 118, 125, 127, 117, 291, 131, 397 397 397 397 397 397 397 352 352 397 397 172 397 397 397 316 397 397 397 397 397 397 398 398 398 398 352 332 352 398 131, 398 108-109, 212, 131, 398 398 3 1 6 398 1 72 398 209-21 1 115, SIGMA TAU DE LTA ..... Sigmon, James E. . . 398 398 398 352 295 398 398 352 352 352 1 45 1 46 398 Bikes, Jlrnrny , , , 396 Simmons, Dan . , 352 Slmmoris Larry . , . 398 Slmrrsoris, Lewis . . , 398 Blrnrnons Russel , , 172 Blrnmoris, Thomas '552 Sirnon, Ronnie , 398 Simons, Ronnie , 336 Slmonwn, Steve , , 398 Blmbsori, Barbara . 398 Simpson, Eddie , , 398 Simpson, Larry , , , , . 398 Simpson, Lyn E. . . , . 125, 398 Simpson, Wllllam . . . 398 Sims, John ,,.,,. , , , 398 Sims, Pamela . . , 398 Sims, Shirley . . . 398 Sims, Sidney ..,., , , 398 Singleton, Arthur .,... 396 Slnnacher, Joe ,,.,,.., , 399 Six, Pam ........ 95, 113, 392 Skagg, Charles . . ,.,, , 398 Skau, Karen .... , , . 115, 398 Skidmore, Mike , . . , , 352 Skidmore, Mika . . . , . 398 Slagle, Halbert . . . , 352 Slater, William C. . . . . 399 Slaudrtar, Richard ..,,,,. 201 Sliter, Jeanette ....,..... 398 Sloan, Don ..... 182, 209, 299 Slusser, Bill . 119, 130, 141, 352 Slusser, James M. ........ 398 Slusser, Mika ........ 131, 172 Smarzik, Frank P., Jr. ...., 352 Smarzil, Roxy ......,.... 352 smeuk, James .. ... 144, 398 Smith, Art ., . ..... . 172 Smith, Barbara . . .... 398 Smith, Barbara B. . ....,. 138. 146, 352 Smith Beverly . . . 398 Smith Bob .. 398 Smith Bowie .... . . 398 Smith Bradley K. . . . . 352 Smith Carl ...... . . 398 Smith, Bradley K. . . . . . 352 Smith, Carl ...... ..... 3 98 Smith, Carolyn S. ,... 146, 398 Smith Charles .......... 352 Smith Dawson . . 123, 173,398 Smith Debbie . . ....... 398 Smith Donna . . ,.... 398 Smith, Doug . . . . . 202-203 Smith, Dudley . . . . 398 Smith, Era R. .... . . 398 Smith, Forest J. . . . . . 398 Smith, Frank M., Jr. . . . 287 Smith, Gary C. .... . , 352 Smith, Gay . . . . . 398 Smith, Gene . . . . . 353 Smith George E. . .. 286 Smith Hannah . . . 398 Smith Harvey . . . . 398 Smith James . . . 398 Smith Jean A. . . . 117 Smith Jeanie . . . . . 398 Smith Jesse . . ,.... 398 Smith, Joe G. . . . 123, 353 Smith Karen . ..,.. 398 Smith Kelly . . . .. 398 Smith Kenneth .. .. 398 Smith, Kenny L. . . . . 398 Smith Lee .. 398 Smith Margie . . . . . 398 Smith Mark . . . . 353 Smith Mary . . ........ 398 Smith Mary B. . . 118, 203, 398 Smith Michael .......... 398 Smith Michael L. . . . . . 398 Smith Mike ..... ..... 3 98 Smith Mike , . . . 127, 353 Smith Pat ... .. 127,353 SmithPaul.. Smith Perry . . . , . 398 Smith Reuel ...., . . . 398 Smith, Richard L. . . . . . 39-8 Smith Robert A. . . . . 398 Smith, Robert D. . . . . 353 Smith, Ron ..... . . . 398 Smith Ronald . . . . . . 353 Smith, Sammie M. . . . . 353 Smith, Shawna . . , . 118, 398 Smlth,Stacey Smith, Stan ...... . . . 398 Smith, Stephen W. . . . . 398 Smith, Steve .... .. 121. 399 Smith, Toi . . ... 109, 398 Smith, Tolly . . . . . 399 Smith, W. Fred . . . . . 352 Smith, William E. . . . 399 Smithpll, Dennis . . . . 399 Smithson, Jon .... . . 131, 399 Smolleck, Howard . . . . 332 Snead. Loyd .... ...... 399 Snipes, Neil ..... . . 133, 399 Snodqas. Billy . . . 399 Soon, uma Sr-undef, Swiss' 'br-fdev. Marv '76 113 322 171.72 911000, Jafros I , .lf 252 Vflodaf, 'L'-erflf 107, 119 'Yin Vntnrg, 30-t, 'fir Vim, Pa-navy, J 252 Vail-01, Cf!-'a 252 7,114-rs Eva, EW View v1 , 'J-orbs P 27: Vsrvl-use. 'irc 1 1170.21 2 Via Vrsle, ful U4 ':'le Sanford. Ama ':V.1 Shift", 7'44'A' 271 Quart, Miva 12 142. EU: Sono-f-q, J--f, 132 25' Sgarpr, Anr-a 12 14.4, ':L': Sollrs, Eddie Tis Evans. Lrf- Tl: Zfnar f'-.ar J-eva 'J 274 39"'ce, ffm-af' EL? 'Soar-car, Una P Tl: Svirioer, Frauen 252 Spar-cor. Fvtnrr E 252 Spencer. Grmvrr if 252 Sp-api, Bum YT Solar, Bill 399 Sounder, Canvr- ZZ Spir-dvr. Car r ZZ Sp-uef. Toff' 1 ZZ Spivey. Jar-ct EM Sooor, S-.is-ar Z 144. 353 Spradie-f, Chuivu 3?9 Soradla-y. Dor-na T19 Sprmgr, lAy.iyr. 139 Sprmlrla, 9hil 35-3 Sprinkle, Shlrilrf' TE Slefndl. Helef- 118. 399 Sribben, Par-sur 353 Stacy, Jerr-es 11-iff Stafford. Weldon 299 Sugner, John 399 Stahlrnan, John 399 Staley, Robert 353 Stalling,Fry1a L, Jr 299 Stanoeter. Eleanor 353 Stanovskv. Dr. J. 25 Stanton, Pla! 3. 353 Stark, Karan 399 Stork, Olivir ll 399 Stark, Rodney . 399 SUluf1er. Jack E. .. 399 Stlvnndia, Mike 41 St. Charles, Paul 123,31 Steedman, Zane . . 43 Steinberg. Gary C. 480 Staindorl. nv . 400 Steinecke, Nancy C. 1 1E 138 145 4-1 Stlbhen. Dunson LI Steohens, Dale 112 127 4413 Stephens, Edward . 4113 Stephens, Jerry Lx Stephens, Kenneth . AGB Stephens. Lawrence . 4-CD Stephenson, Ann . 41 Stephenson, Bryan ,,., 4w Stephenson, Jonnathor- , 460 Sterett. Suzie .,... .... A-OO Stevens, Mari: . . . 133 4CD SY8'VU1S,Vd'k . .. ,. 160, 353 Stevenson, Vall J. ---- 403 Stevenson, Willilh . . .. 43 Stewart, Elizabeth . . . 4m Sf9w!'t.Jud'y Stewsrt.Mafv.. .--145-433 Stewart. Monte .. ... 131. I-I Stew-ei-t,Paula .... MD Stiles. Bob .... ..-.. V - - lx stiqn, L,,.,,ra , ..112-113. 353 St. John, Gail ........... 125 Stobaugh. Linda . 117,141 43 Stockard, Alan ,,.... 127 -LCD Stccxs.Gsrv 172-4m Stockton, John .. ... 131 lm Stockton. Scot-t . ..... 44D Sfgddgrd, Bonnie .... 118 353 Stokes. william T. .... LCD Stone. Brian Stover. Carolyn .. Storey.Gii-agar . Story. Gayle ... Story, Jim .,... Story. Michael . . Stotefau. Marci . . Stotts, Harry .... Stout Richard L. . S1'Dut, Flodpr . . Stout. Van . . . Stover, Patricia sine-igeaaam Straus, Gunther Strawn,Milo Snicket, Ruaell Strickland. Randy . . . 41 141.354 123.41 127,4I Stress, Dieter ..... . . 1 13.127, 401 401 129.401 401 INDEX Wasson, Dee . . . Tyson, Bill ..... 354 1 Sway: Shirley ........, 401 Str-tvvutter Jenny ..-. . . 125 Strong Cindy .. X 126, 401 Strong, Milton S. ...,,.,. 401 Svether John D. . ..... 401 Stream Esthel O. .,.. 84. 122. 123. 354 Snoop Jenrs .. .. 1 13.401 Strode .lorry -..-v 401 Stvart,Jor-r1 A. . ...,, 300 St'-.itwoleffeld Larry . 125 401 Steed-ard Gloria .... . 332 gruoem' Activities BOARD .. ..,,. 194-195 STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF 50C1AL WORKERS .,,. 183 STUDENT CONGRESS 164-155 STUDENT JUDICIAL soaeo . . ,,.,..,. 166 Smrqisant Diane .. 108 354 Sturtesant Teresa . . . . 401 Suare:. Lucina . . ..... 401 Saaonn, sawn ..... 117 401 Sulak. Bernadette .... 112413. 154,155. 157,401 Sulak. Marvin ....,.,.... 401 s...1l.v.n, om .. ... 401 Sopak, Tom . . . . 401 SustY1k.J0e .. . .. 401 Sutton, 411.1-1 ,...... ... 401 Sutzon, Bill A,...,......, 401 Suvunrungi, Yuthechal . . . 401 Swatiord, Bobby ........ 401 Swefford, Mlliern E. ,..... 354 Syqnner, Pam ,....,. 117, 401 Swanson, Teresa ..... 115. 401 Swim, James ..,. .... 3 54 Synatzske, David . . . . 401 T 'Taborsky, Ivan .. . . . 301 Tadayon, Reza . . . . . 354 Talamantes, Irma . . . . 401 'Taliaferro, Lloyd . . . . 303 Tanner, Jimmy .. .. . 354 Tapscott, Sue A. . . . .. 172 Taraba, Carol . . ..... 401 Taraba, Janice .,..... 118, 401 Tarball, Randall S. ......, 401 'Tar1r1, William J. . . . . . 304 Tarver, Donna F. . . .. 401 Tatarewicl, Felicia . . . . . 401 Tate. Gerald S. ..... . . . 303 TAU BETA SIGMA ...... 197 Taulman, James F. . .. 203, 354 TIYIOY, Chris .... . . . 172 Taylor, Cindy . . ... 401 Taylor. Dan , , . . 401 Taylor, David .. . . . 401 Taylor, Don .... . . 60 164 Taylor, Freddy G. .... 127 401 Te-ylor, Johnny .. .. . 161 401 Taylor, Larry . . ..... 401 Taylor, Nancy . . . . . . 113 401 Taylor, Ray ... ..,.... . 401 Taylor, Scott C. .....,... 120, 120,127 354 Taylor Wayne ........... 401 Teagm, Richard L. . . . 123, 354 Taagse, W. C., Jr. . . . . 354 Teoford. Robert . . . .. 354 Tekell, Brad ... .. . 401 Temple, Brenda . . . . 401 Ten1son.HuU'1 .. . . . 401 Tenney, Charles . . . . . 401 Tenney, Terryl .....,..... 95. 110-111, 401 'Tenn1s0r1, Robert L. ...... 316 Terlesliy, Dawn ...,,.... 401 Terleslry, Michael .... 256. 401 Terrell, Clenny . . .... 354 Terrell, James . ...., 401 Terry, James . . ... 21 1, 354 Terry, Karen . .,.. 401 Tefeos. Leroy . . . . 354 Tf14dford,JDO . . . 401 Thelng, Paul ,. . ., 401 Then, Raymond ... 354 Thiofgff, Elalrie . . . . 332 Thof'a1,Che1yl . .. 401 Tnomu, Devio .... 401 Thames. Donna . ... 49. 91. 117, 401 Thomas. Donna J. .. . . 401 Thor'-e1,Gary ... 401 Thomas, Kev-1 . , 401 Thomas, Lprry , , . . 354 Thor'-ea, R. Alu . . 401 Thomas, Tim , . . 125 Thompson, Bill ., . . 401 Thornpgon, Claire . . . . 401 Thompson, Dlvlo . . 401 Thompson, Harold ...,.. 401 Thompson. Thompson. INDEX Nicki 87. 111. Hopf L. ..... . 401 401 Thompson, Sally . . . . . . Thompson, Sandra . . . . . . Thompson, Sherri .... 138 Then-1pson,Stenley ... 160, Thompson. Terry .... 112 156 Thorne. Harold . . . . . Thornton, Tommy . . . Thorp, Ramona . . Thorpe, Ric .... Thraatt. Clndi . . . Throne, Johnny . . Thvveatt, Mike . . . . Tibey, Steve . . Tidwell, Carol . . . Tidwell, Rusell ..... Tiffin, James P., Jr. . . . . Tillery, Philipa . . 107 Tillery, Vickie ....... Tilson. Patti . . . . . Timmons, Liz .... . Timmons, Robert W. . 17ndalI, Norman ..... Tingle, Terri . . 'Tinker, T. J. . Tipton, Mike . . Tipton, Rike . . Tipton, Ropr . . . Tittle, Ronnie ........ Tocqulmy, George . . . Toldan, Joe .......... T0l'1'1lS, EHHQUBIB . . Tompkins, Eddie Tongate, Larry ....... Totten, Barbara . 112, Touchstone, Fran Townley, Mike ...... Townsend, Charles .... Trammell, Gary T. Trammell, Lynn . . Trantham, Emily . Trapp, Barbara . . Travis, Norman . . 131 123 123 109 118 123 254 123 113 129 161 Travvnik, Randy .. . . . . Treadway, Odis J. . . . . . Treszoks, Joseph . . . . . Trexell, Mike ........... . . . 123, 256 Trice, John A. . ...... . . 139 Trietsch, James .......... Trice, Robert Trietsch, Gary .... . . . Trimble, William M. ..... . 1 TRINITY HOUSE DORM COUNCIL ........ Troiecek, John . . Troub, Randy . . . Trout, Leonard . . . Troutman, Jenna . . Troxell, Mike .... . . Tryon, Mlckey . . . . . 129, Tucker, Randy . . . . . . . 'Tucker, Richard L. . . . . Tuggle, Joyce . . . . . . Tullos, Larry R. . . . . Tunnell, Gary . . . . . . Turbiville, Gayle . . . . . . Turner, Jerry . . . . . . . . . Turner, Jerry ....... 125, Turner, Pamela K. . . . . . . Turner, Randy . . . . . . . . . Turner, Randy D. .... 131, Turner, Ronnie . . . 96, 173, 'Turner, Steven .......... Turner, Terri ..... . . . 'Turr1ey, Gay B. .... . . . . Turrentine, Freida L. .... . 114, Turrentine, Steve Tuttle, Larry .... Twllley, Carl . . Tyler, Jack L. . Tyler, Mark ..... Tyner, Madeline . . Underwood, Jimmy M. Underwood, Teresa . .... . . Upchurch, Alan L. Uribe, Hilda ..... Uribe, Nerce ......... 53 I Uaelton, Ronald W. . . . 138, Utaey, Steve ..... V Vedhn, Rusty .... 86, 1 31 Van Severe, Clell ..... Vance, Jen ...... . . Vance, Thomas G. ... Vanden Eykel, Mlcla . Vandevwal. E. Lee . . . Vendeventer, Barbara . Vendiver, Gay ..... Van Oltrand, Doug . . . 139, 401 401 401 401 1 1 3, 401 401 402 402 402 402 402 354 1 27 402 402 354 402 402 354 402 354 354 402 304 402 402 402 402 402 402 354 402 402 354 402 402 402 354 402 354 402 402 402 354 354 1 38 402 354 354 402 ..6 1 50 402 402 402 402 354 402 246 287 402 402 402 332 403 403 403 403 403 354 299 403 3 1 6 1 07, 354 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 354 354 43 403 403 354 403 354 MIB 355 43 355 403 Van Van Van Van Vleet, Mlke . . . Wlnkel, Joe . . . Zandt, Bill . . Zant, Jimmy . . VAQUEROS .... Vernon, Charles . . . Vasquez, Frances . . Vaughn, Danlel . . Vaughn, Ginger .. . Vaughn, Jerry . . Vaughn, Patti . . . Vaughn, Randy ... Vavrln, Rosemary . . . Venable, Cecilia . . Venable, Lawls H. . . . 'Venard, Sister Mary . Vernon, Marc ...... Vickers, Debbie . . Vickers, Sandra . . Vlckers, Stephen . . Vilet, Johnny . . ' Vlllalobos,Crvz . 'Vina, Frederick . . Vlnes,Joe Vinsant, Shari ...... Vitovsky, C. Neicylene Voegtle, Bill ....... Vogt, Janis ........ Von Bose, Joseph W. Von Gonten, Monty L. Von Reyn, Tom . . . . Voorhees, Herschel . . Voss, Voss, Vrane Vrba, Wade, Wade, Wade, Wade, Bill ......... Bruce ..... s, Elaine S. .. .. Mary ..... W Danny . . David . Don . . Gary W. . . Wade, Robert D. . . Wages, Howard . . Waggoner, J. Don . Wagliando, Charles . . Waite, Ralph ..... . . Wakefield, John W. . . Walden, Kirk ....... Waldroop, William . . Waldrop, Alice . . Walker, Barbara . Walker, Charles F. . Walker, Daniel D. . Walker, Donald . . Walker, Jaci . . . . . Walker, Jimmy , . Walker, Walker Walker, Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Jo ....... Kenneth C. . . Linda .... Marquita . Max .... Mell . . . Michael . Robert M. . Wall, Janice .... Wallace, Wal lace, Wallace, Wallace, Bruce . . Mike . . Ronald . Van . . . Waller, Richard . . Waller, Sealy .... Waller, William .... Walling, Norman D. . Wallis, Morris . . . Walsh, Linda . . . Walsh, Mary . . . . Walsh, Patricia . . Walter, Carol . . . Walter, Mary . . Walters, Steve . . Walters, Wayne . . Walters, Zella C. . Wathall, Gary . . Wathall, Roy . . . Walton, Bill .... Walton, Rocky .. . Wang, Tae-Wel . . . Wanker, James . . Ward, Carol ..., Ward, Hayden . . Ward, Jamee . . Ward, Ronald K. . . Ward, Wendell . . . Ware, Karen . . Ware, Tomrny . . Warlla, Dale . . Werner, Janet . . Warner, Michael . Warner, Susanna . . . Warren, Bob .... Warren, Clemmle . . Warren, Douglas . . . Warren, Eddie N. . . Warren, Linde . . . . . 53, 109, 118 161 161 172, 113 129, 127, 138, 117, 133, 1 38, 127, 118, r 403 403 403 403 1 84 355 4M 403 403 403 355 403 403 403 403 320 403 403 403 403 403 403 300 403 1 25 403 240 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 1 72 403 403 403 403 355 403 403 403 355 355 403 403 403 403 403 355 403 403 403 332 403 355 403 355 355 403 332 355 403 403 403 355 403 403 403 355 355 403 355 332 404 404 404 355 404 404 404 355 355 404 404 404 404 404 404 404 404 404 355 404 316 404 Warren, Steven . . . . Warrington, Davld . . . Wathan, Jerry G. . . . Washam, Diana . . Wasrnuth, Susan . . . Waters, Benny . . Waters, Donna . . Watkins, Davld L. . Watkins, Klrby D. . . Watkins, Steve . . Watson, Freddie .1 . .... . Watson, James . . Watson, Jerry L. . Watson, Michael . . Watson, Molly K. . Watson, Tracy L. . Watters, Joyce . . Watts, Sue ..... Wayland, John . . Weerer, Dennis . . Weatherford, Joe 127, Weaver, Gary . . Webb, Jan 57, 11 Webb, Kathy . . . Webb, Larry W. . Webb, Linda . . . Webb, Troylene Webber, Webber, Felipe . Susan R. 8, 202-203. . .... 111 . 129 115, Webster, James . . Webster, Noah . . Wehner, Diane C. . Wehner, John . . . Weiher, Earl . Weiher, Linda . . Weiler, Gene . . . Weir, Larry .... Weiser, Cynthis . . . Weiser, Gretchen Weiss, H. Charles, Jr. . . Weiss, Keith ..... 121 127 Welch, Charlie . . . . . . 133, 404 404 404 404 404 404 404 404 355 316 404 404 404 404 355 404 404 355 404 404 404 133 404 1 18 404 355 404 404 404 404 404 404 404 404 404 355 404 355 404 404 355 404 404 Welch, James D. . . . . . 404 Welch, Netteena . . . . . . 404 Weldon, Blll . . . . . 125, 404 Weldon, Randy . . . . . . 404 Wells, Debbe ..... . . . 404 Wells, Kenneth T. . . . . . 45, 90, 123, 404 Welton, Cathy . . ..... 206 Wenzel, Edward ..... 121, 404 Wenzel, Sharon .......... 404 WESLEY FOUNDATION . . 196 Wesson, Gary W. ......... 404 Wasson, Nancy . . . . . 138, 404 West, Gayle .... . . . 404 West, Kerry . . . . . 404 West, Louis .... . . 355 West. Robert A. 404 West, Sam .......... 248, 293 Westbrooks, Donald ...... 404 Westarnhagen, Udo V. .... 404 Westfall, Gary D. 123, 141, 404 Westfall, Richard ........ 404 Westman, Carl ...... . . 404 Westmoreland, James . . . 355 Whalin, Lauren .... . . 404 Wharton, Michael . . . . 404 Wheatley, Lanetta . . . . . 404 Wheeler, Tommy . . . . . 405 Whlddon, Robert .... . . 355 Whisemant, Martha A. . . 405 White, Bruce ....... . . 405 White, Eric . . . . 405 White, Pat ..... . . 405 White, Preston . . . . 405 White, Ricky . . . . . 405 White, Shelley . . . . . 405 Whiteside, Alvin . . . . . 405 Whitmire, John C. . . . . . 405 Whittaker, Roger M. "Yankee" ............. 405 Whittenberg, Marilyn . 112, 405 Whittle, Jean ...... .... 1 72 Wible, Don . . . . . 355 41 Wllllamsori, Rlchard .. .. Wicker, Anlce . . Wldman, Ralph Wlese, Regina . . Wlgglns, Janet . . Wlgglns, Paul . . Wilder, Ann . . . 'Wlley, Margaret . . . . . Wilkerson, Martha Wilkes, Stephen H. 131 Wllklns, James . . . . . . . . Wlll, Steve .. . Willard, Joe .... .. 127 .. 125 Wlllard, John B. . . . . . . . Wlllet-t, Ben .... . . . . Williams, Belva . .... . . 'Wllliams, Bennie B. .. . . Wllllams, Bllly .... . . ' Williams, Blaine T. Wllllams, Bryan . . . . . Williams, Craig . Williams, Davld . . . . . Wllllams, Dennis . . . .. 'Willlams, Donald R. ..... . Williams, Eugene ..... Williams, Eugenie 121 Williams, Harvey . . . . Williams, Jacklyn Williams, Jlmmy D. ...... . Williams, John H. 'Williams, Joyce E. 126, Williams, John J. .. .. Williams, Karen . . . . . Williams, Larry . . . Williams, Leonard Williams, Pat ........ Williams, Patrick N. . . Williams, Roger .... .,... Williams, Rosanna Williams, Roy ...... . . Williams, Royce W. . . . . Williams, Spencer Williams, Stanley Williams, Susan . . . . . 138, 146, 138, 115, 405 405 405 405 405 405 299 405 405 355 405 405 405 405 405 316 405 307 405 256 405 405 283 405 405 405 405 405 356 302 405 405 405 405 336 356 405 405 405 405 405 405 405 Wllllams Wllllams Wllllams Williams ,Suzanne .... 117, , Therll . . .. 125, , Tlm .. . . . .. , Tommy .. . . . . . .. 254, Wllllams, Tommy J. Wllllems, Tommy T. . . . . . Wllllams, Vlrglnla . . Wllllams, Woodle . . Wllllamson, Jimmy Wlllle, John ....... Wlllls, Allssa A. .. Wlllls, Cheryl . . Wllls, Michael ....... Wllmet h, Col. James D. Wllmoth, Tracy .. . .. Wllsford, Jerl ........ Wilson, Beverly . . 117, Wllson, Blll .... ..... Wilson, Charles . . Wllson, Charles . . Wilson, Dexter L. . . Wilson, Don .... . . Wilson, Doug . . . . Wllson, James . . Wilson, James L. . . . Wllson, James L. . . . Wilson, Jerry . . . . . Wilson, John .... Wilson, Michael B. . . . Wilson, Mike .... . . Wilson, Priscilla .. Wilson, Ralph . . Wilson, Richard . . . Wilson, Robert . . . . Wilson, Robert . . Wilson, Robert C. , . Wilson, Shirley M. . . Wilson, Terry ..... Winburn, Gary ..... Winchester, Mary K. . . 296, 123 136, 141 129 Wincovitch, Cathie ....... 2' ........ - 115, 405 405 356 406 356 356 406 356 406 356 332 356 406 406 322 406 406 406 405 406 356 406 406 406 406 406 406 172 406 406 356 406 406 406 406 356 356 406 406 406 406 107, 356 Wlnegarten, Ruthe . . 332 Wlner, Robert ..,,. ..... 4 06 Wlnget, Pam .. ,. 113, 406 Wlnn, Becky .,.......... 406 Winter, Fallx D, ...,. 162, 356 Winters, Rick . .. 127, 246, 406 Winters, Steve ........... 406 Wlntln, Wanda . ,.... 406 Winton, James . , , 129, 356 Wlpll, Sarabeth ... ..,. . 406 Wlru, Robert E, . . .. 356 Wise, Bob .... . . 172 Wise, Cecil ,,,. . , 406 Wiseman, Mark ,... . , 406 Witherspoon, John ,... . . 406 Wlttkower, Louis D. Ill , , . 406 Wlttram, James R. ,. . , 356 Woerner, Veronica . . . . . 356 Woertendyke, Janet ,...., 406 Wolf, Bryant ..... .. 123, 406 wolf, Mike . .. .,., .. 406 Wolfe, Susan J. .......... 406 Wolfenberger, Virginia A. ,. 141, 356 Wollf, Gary . . . ..,, . 254 Wolfskill, Jeff .... .. 211,406 Wollanman, David .... 127, 138, 234, 236, 356 WOMEN'S SERVICE ORGANIZATION . .. 197 Wood, Annalou .... . . 406 Wood, Bill ..... .. 356 Wood, Bonnie B. . . . . 406 Wood, Brian . . . . . 406 Wood, Chris . . ..... 406 Wood, David .. .. 127, 406 Wood, Eliot .. .. 141, 406 Wood, Jane ... .. 113,406 Wood, Randall . ..... 406 Wood, Richard ... .. 141 406 Wood, Susan ... .. 113,406 Wood, Tommy ... .. 161, 406 -ucv Wfmfl, Huis Wr,r,1lelI, Bill Wouflall, Zur. 1 Wulularfl, Georgie Wqrulerd, Yermerri WU'l'llY'l, Zflna VVr,r,druH, Mlrnri Woods, Charles Woods, Floyd, Jr Woods, paul . Woolhr-711. Dov-na Wuulbridit, Torr. L. Woolen. Randy J. Worden, Lynn Worley, Da-no L. Worley, Dennis G. , Worth, Joanna . 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