Arlington State College - Reveille Yearbook (Arlington, TX)

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In an age of publi- cized ecology, a park was created, trees planted . . . and hopefully, somehow in the crush of cam- pus existence, seeds of learning reached fertile ground. Thatis yearbook tripe. Some of us came here searching for a better life or a better living. Others to escape a hassel with parents or draftboards. Still others to kill time. We arrived impatient for simple answers and dis- covered disturbing new questions. The year was full of surprises and disappoint- ments. Hours wasted absorbing trivia . . . psych- ing out profs collecting secondhand exami- nations . . . exchanging one set of prejudices for another. Knew in September such would be the case. The year was still worth the effort. The university moved forward in '70-71, only to realize how far it had to go. It was an ordinary school year. Unless an inci- dent happened to you that makes it worth remem- bering or keeps you from forgetting. Then it's something special and demands an- other look. ' Qt 4 . 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Their tabulations revealed more men than women, a few more students from Iran than India, and 20 people on No-Doz taking 21 or more hours. Parching summer weather continued through open-air registration, then rains drenched the campus opening day. The unpredictable semester was off and running. For the nineteenth time in the past 20 years, the university has recorded an in- crease in enrollment. The lone exception was 1966, when Tarrant County Junior College opened and selective admissions went into effect. The official total, 1.8 per cent higher than last year, ranked UT Arlington sixth in the state, behind UT Austin, the Uni- versity of Houston, Texas Tech, North UPPER RIGHT, lost in the shuffle ofre- gistrants, a young lady completes her en- rollment. RIGHT, people, people every where and not an empty chain' often stu- dents take hours to complete a schedule. Texas State University, and Texas A8LM. Women's Lib lost the body count, by a ratio of over 3-to-1 110,645 males, 3,470 femalesl. Of this sum, 220 were foreign students representing 39 countries. Full-time equivalent Q15-hour-basel enrollment was 11.593, There were 10,030 taking between 12 and 20 hours, and 4,091 carrying less than 12. Freshmen enrollment declined from the previous fall as did the number of night students and transfers. Registrar Zack Prince pegged the drop to the Tarrant and Dallas county junior colleges, plus the draft lottery and unset- tled economy. The sharpest increase came in returning students, up from 8,604 to 9,356. In addition, the graduate total of 703 is an increase of 200 from the enrollment last fall. Q 2:21 1 . av: f 'fi 4" 1 if A ' .11-'-.gm x A . 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AJS .Q ,N ., fiwlmnatugg ' 'bit S ,Li -........,.,., 4 gf ,v,,,:f,1 l Us-.Cn N-.K .an tqlrsw. ta! af Asssqfwmenf iw Smw Sm . UWT! Profiffdv to ihe 'fsowb Exif of the lfcxfeiemx LEFT,fol1owing instructions callsfor con- stant attention and often retraced steps, as one boy can testify. BELOW, part of re- gistration is waiting in a line in the sunshine. BQSBNQDP' if , 1 ,x""'Q 1 A-unE"ff4!Mf ' " ' t. one B 33 Rush Week:Aetive Search for New Friends Scratch a college very deep and Greek juices bubble forth, hailed by some as the elixir of campus life and dismissed by oth- ers who view the fraternity fixation as overstressed blather. The Greek community has been criti- cized for cliqueish behavior, for emerging from its aristocratic shell to meet the common folk only at election time. Nit- pickers claim it even hogs a yearbook w which it often does. The complete story's certainly not so one-sided. The eight fra- ternities and seven sororities here form the backbone of UT Arlington's organized extracurricular structure. They provide a measure, however meaningful ofcollegiate social standing nationwide. In a year's time. each group completes an individual service project as well as in- tersystem service activitiesg examples AChi0 sponsoring a blood drive and KA Karnival proceeds going to charity. For '71-72 these promotions likely will be ex- tended, with the attendant benefits keep- ing pace. The cherished paddles, the parties, the pomp, and a little pomposity are one facet of Greek life, but so is the positive service action and the enduring friendships. For the participants, Rush Week is the beginning ofa new life. Flag-waving Dells scan campus for pros- 1 ef' fe., M, he 1 I 5 NNNM A VVNV M gg t WW s 4 peels, While most sororilies held formal 'tt' ' M ' rush the last week in Augusl, the men held a C"OI71l7l'l'I0ll'0l7 mfornzal-jornzaljrlll rush. 311 we - 5 E 'es 55 -1834+ new umm K 'H Ax- wb,:""w-e A' W.. 'wr ""'a-.Q?"'W..,,,f'fQv Af :W mmm. -an.. 'N' www SW ,muxqiwamkmh rm' New 3-,-,W Amvfmm 'MQ-I, Q,aNfa,. wfwaymm kr 'kk MQ,-Q,,,,, W7 -new . hr ww uw, Fqis have their hands full with rush. Bid acceptance Qbelow leftj evokes emotional response from new sorority sisters. Below right: Alpha Chi Omega actives take or- ders and entertain prospective members at rush party with international motif. 4w1,'f- 'F 9 X . N f Qu Q, ww 35 Myne Frog , Reb Vie For Count Titl SAND pw, Ar, ,wi .M29 uf? Q: 7' Z 'xw' Ney.-4 3' l"'x's:'4if 11544. K ., - 1 '4 N ff ,..-swf ,W ww- Q Q.. 'fm' M Qliaaq -fx ' W ,.: .T fa., ., V5ng,Q'3'fvSs .IJ N -,f K Mk 6 .A b A ' on K M ,, ,Y ,M 153141. ,, T' qt V. 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Although the Rebs lost the match 31-7, the game improved their ath- letic budget and boosted their chances for major con ference status. 37 Fareign tudents WelcomedtoUT rlington For one October afternoon, the ball- room looked like a meeting of United Nations. The 220 foreign students were officially welcomed to the campus with a reception sponsored by Student Activities Board. The foreign students, almost a hundred more than last year, had already been wel- comed, entertained and fed on the run at a Baptist Student Union banquet which fea- tured salads at one church, main course at another, etc. Saudi Arabia, South Vietnam, Syria, Among the f0feigf1 C0UHffiCS, IFHII Thailand, Venezuela, West Germany, and counted 56 students, India 49, and Hong the West Indies. V Kong 18. Other nations represented include Af- ghanistan, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Col- ombia, Ecuador, Egypt, Great Britain Greece, Guyana, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jor- dan, Lebanon, Libya, Mexico, Morocco Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Phillipines, Re- public of China, Republic of Singapore, The current enrollment of foreign stu- dents represents a 35 percent increase from last year when 166 representatives of 29 countries registered at UT Arlington. In 1965 the university reported 31 students from 14 countries. 38 . 4 ,- swf! ,, X. 1 up f . - abr 44,5 LEFT, foreign students get together and compare customs, traditions and the girls. BELOW LEFT, apretty young Indian girl enjoys the reception for foreign students. 39 4O xii fx X X X 1 V7 :Qc 1 Xe 3 .X , ZR I iQ M th we, - X X + XM I-vs new? . , yf532SI -f ,M , X 1 , , f f ff f , , , X X b 3 V si xr AIRS? -3. at X ,itil QMS ,xgyqgsfiisx SS' x 'Wg Y .1 N M5 t X t fr..-,f A K 9 3.1, ffff2,""Zx" 5 ,F , MW N51 , Sv 4 is PWSB3 '7 The harsh lUe far a 1922 Dublzn tenement family comes through zn the Unzverslty Players' drama, "Juno and the Paycock " ' x f -- 'rsx t rm' S et. , sf -14 , Mi, ,1jf.'.-,zs . .. . ,H .- 1316 3171: -V ffwf f g , A e5'fs,:,?5:', e AL cf, f as 57,21 -. -f . 33 :':, YY . gg '33 2? se ff -ff :yew N 5 f K if :g...- ' , fe 4 :'fiF'f:? " 254-1 Q fgxf A rr' A , t. 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Included in either or both productions were Larry Davis, Patri- cia Phillips, Larry Parrish, Eric Manor, Marie Ballinger, Durelle Green, Pat Byers, Lee Ann Young, Mike Crawford, Milo Strawn, Debbie Pickens, Nancy Williams, Nick Dalley, Richard Britten, Mike Miles, Carla Minor, Stan Hanna, Kurt Schultz, Linda Benham, Karen Kelly, Pat Muscanere, John Payne, Linda Brown, Jenna Troutman, Susan Reid, Debbie Burk, George Riba, Tad Derx, James Little, and Nancy Smith. Richard Slaughter, professor of speech-drama, directed both works, while Alexander S. Wallace, assistant professor, designed the 1922 Dublin tenement set for "Paycock." One of Edgar Lee Masters' "Spoon Riv- er" spirits recalls her prior life in a stark background depicting a deserted cemetery. -a pr t -si..." 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Above: a pensive drummer generates mood and rhythm. tudents Perform uthentic Indian ances In native costumes, dancers present a intrique step ofa folk dUferent lU'e style of India by bringing into focus their customs dance. The India Night program was given by Indian students and traditions. Theirpresentation reflected the culture oflndia in and their wives in order to acquaint students andjaculty with the a whirl ofsight and soundfor an appreciztive audience, 47 Homecoming Events Reflect Changes Perhaps it was the rain that fell the day before Homecoming or maybe it was the fact that the activities of the exes were sel- dom scheduled on campus. Whatever the reason, the 1970 Homecoming was some- what less than a roaring success. Although a full schedule of events was planned for both students and exes, none attracted' a capacity crowd. The Supremes drew an audience of 1800 for their performance in Texas Hall to kick off the Homecoming events. Other well-attended activities were the discussion of social problems and solutions held by State Senator Barbara Jordan and the UTA-Trinity football game. The Ball- room was almost filled for Senator Jor- dan's speech, and attendence for the game reached 9,000. Most of the exes activities were centered not at UTA, but at the Cibola Inn, located several miles from the campus. The annual dinner, reception, and Alumni Association dance were held at the Inn. Climaxing the activities of the exes was the presentation of the Outstanding Alumni awards during the halftime program ofthe game. Recipi- ents of this year's honors were H.A.D. CHossJ Dunsworth, '22, Francis C. Turner, '27, Gen. Eugene L. Strickland, '37g James P. Dunigan, '46g and Charles Braswell, ,47. Following the Friday night Awards Dinner, the Gripping Force played for the Homecoming dance at Texas Hall. During the dance, trophies were presented to win- ners of the Homecoming Decorations competition, with Koinonia receiving the award for the most beautiful entry, the A.I.A. for most original, and the N.C.O. for the entry best in keeping with the Homecoming theme. 48 H6 UTA HAS- LI ALL TQGEIHER HONECQHIE 70 OCT 2l SUPREMES 8 PM TEXAS HALL ER OCT 23 DANCE 8-H230 TEXAS MU. WOCT 2K-v GLUE 2100 STRDIUH br -' ., . J t Q , With the scheduling of an all-school dance and the performance of the Supremes, Homecoming activities were geared for both entertainment and education. The Ballroom was almost hlled for State Sena- tor Barbara Jordan's discussion of prob- lems awaiting legislative action. Escorted by Student Congress President Hugh Moore, Leigh London marches off the Held af ter being presented with roses by Miss UTA, Shari Schick and Vice-President W. H. Neddernzan. 50 RW KW? London Exits With mile, Roses, Crown A Q83 g ff 5 h ,sf of W K K W :Q QV t , Q W-M A .W S g lx' ' tswflvwfwxa' wif-nv Q ,qrxi Q M l 5 , vwfxrn' ' lv 1 ,,,.. "a A qw Ut The Court: fleftj Rene Scruggs, Steve Youts, Leigh London, Hugh Moore, Ka- ryn Kay Lee, and Mike Parker. flower leftJ Janice Clausen, Jerry Bower, Janice Taraba, and Steve Smith. fbelowj Miss UTA, Shari Schick, gives Queen Leigh London a congratulatory embrace. 51 if Afternoon Homecoming Effort Floundors Petula Clark , A 52551 f 35lf2'5-w-ii:- 1 -4 183'-1T'PTuf'-'-'4"' ' .1 U.-V V sf?.?,fsiQ5, , gm as if -. Jw K3 , 9 f X , 6 A-M" ff Y X O 'fn I it if MSWM x M. Q Q 'V as Gf wal NERIVGQQYQNYY5 S X ig Y QU' ' R, . n Ji K v I S' Q V 6 , a Q in if ' ,, ' f . f I . , 1 A ,N . 'ik ,M ,. . Y s, , - X. . 4 "A 3' '- px - f ' ,JN -.' fag? F Q :F-15,3-' M 'T-'isvl .ff "2 An? 1-X Y-'45, .w'w.ff.' '-if 'A . .. . 1 . . A .1-,ff fig' ,Q Q' xl' -lfg,".' .. Q.,:L Y. , ,Y at - V,' 3 Q. 'jp ' ,Hi .- ,sg ' -'via' 'qu ' V ' ,TJ . 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H .,. vvvtf. . 4-9 nf. if 'K .. 4 'k". ,ZA A u' 1' ' a..., 1 1 1 .av , nf., 1-.p i, 0 C.. ...sn 'fun f-.W 'M . wk! ' ,lk v 'fs R Mg J, ,yay 4 V f 1 D 19,4 It ,K 4'v H x I'-A Campaign 5 jk 1. s ,Vg . X H," H lacards Fail To Rall Voters A proposed new Student Congress con- stitution and the retitling of Miss Dixie Belle shared the spotlight in October with congress representatives, favorites and freshmen officers, and cheerleaders when UT Arlington entered the period of poli- tics and placards - campus elections. The central mall, bedecked with cam- paign trappings, once again became the land of ooze as flirtatious Greeks gabbed for votes, and pedestrians marveled at newly received attention. Ah, the ricky- ticky frippery of elections on campus. The first theme dispute of the new sea- son arose when Student Congress deleted the title of "Miss Dixie Belle" from the ballot. Don Taylor, former congress member and life-long Rebel activist, successfully appealed this decision to the Student Judi- cial Board. Congress President Hugh Moore, ever alert to a posible Confederate uprising, counterappealed, and won, and "Miss Dixie Belle" fell dead among the magnolia blossoms, shot out of her hoop- skirt by the all-American designation "Homecoming Queen ." Meanwhile, that new constitution, which would have affected all phases of student government as well as the Student Activities Board, was also withdrawn from the ballot, after editorial attacks from the Free University Press and an anonymous- ly published campus newspaper. The con- stitution was sent back to the congress Constitution Committee for further study. Only 1,541 out of 14,115 students voted in the election. www' . 'flirty its NIKON W Q, Lilo XRVM . Edition. or BUSli2ESSl ' .101 gtilfldiuov 2 l 1 tv ixiafaiuui emsiNsERiNG ll im' coma, t FAV:imT: 2 011153235 .0 'Rl .-IN U15-Wlll Agi1liizl.lNG ' . 1 . A spirited campaign failed to arouse the silent majority who stayed away from the polls in droves. Almost 90 per cent ofthe student body failed to cast votes for favor- ites, freshman cheerleaders, and congress representatives despite the vigorous efforts ofcandidates and campaign managers. 57 r' eg xl V' -f .i' 51 f 'YN ,W ff , ,Q A ' 'kv if x ,x wgwy I f , , gg, , Y W 5,3 My ,1x:i,t3' 'ig , 1- ' X 1? 'J 3' A 3 Q W K gn C 5. QL L 7 A X fm P N. X y f wa as ,lv f M xx y Aigxvffi 'ffm A ,Z- W, Q . ,Aww ' , 'lik 'Q Freshman Class fficers ' N 'W wav vz ,mi ,off fx sf i. N e csv' Ggmmysweel D6I1l'llS Wood Kent Reece Secretary Vice-President Pf6SlI1'6l1l Student Activities Director Carolyn Wad- dell, .Shari Schick, and vice-president Wendell Nedderman watch the homecom- ing game before halftime presentations. Miss Schick performed her duties as off- cial hostess for the university during honzeconzingjestivities. 60 .E Wm "1--'-J 4'1" fi like naw-on-su-Q... . . B -'P' X . AQ. 3 iyiwtkz I fa r-'W X www' 'Bl' 1 , , ms ,VM , . Miss UTA is elected in the spring by the studenf body I0 serve as 0 ffcial hosless jbr the jbllowing year. Shari Schick, Ihe cur- rent Miss UTA, is a senior art nzajorjronz Houslon and an Alpha Chi Omega. M'ss U Shari Schick 61 3 Leaders Unif ampus Spirit .K X x iv.-W si My V WX'- HHWWM-V M W-ww' II ff .,,,,,.,, -. ' 'N-5 -dw 3' vw... X J an Webb Darrell Dunlap Miss School Spirit Mr. School Spirit 6 2 i its at as ,ezb- 4..m.' V ,3sg,,,,s4 ,' X 4' 1355:-' Q' " S -W: I : . .: 1 A X x J K 0 W f A, f 3, xwgqx Q X1 flux ,kv 2 - ,,,, A A AA 1 "iv M-wwf"""v,-'Nw Varsity Cheerleaders Dickie Fears Jeanne Fields Dan Rash J ack Diehl Rusty Reese Sandy .lo Lankford Cindy Strong Connie Bennett Christy Shaffer Freshman Cheerleaders Craig Mackey Charlie Lucas Gary Hill Jerry Bower Kathy Pill Terry Self Nancy Bennett Linda Adams 63 i ttture Shocks, Shillelaghs American deal Everything from protest marches to organ transplants and com- puter dating came under scrutiny e and sometimes fire A in the speech-drama department's "Future Shocks," a topical revue drawn from author Alvin Toffler's statement that "the future is not what it used to be." Shunning pretentiousness in favor of self-satire, director Mary Lou Hoyle's cast sought to reflect "the disorientation of the times." In one scene, college students attempt a serious talk with a poli- tician who is more interested in having his picture taken with them than in trying to see their side. Another poignant scene emphasizes feelings of a draft age male as he witnesses war deaths on color TV. The cast included Juan Alvarez, Carolyn Choate, Christy Dela- ney, Larry Leonard, Lorin Massie, Donna Michael, Bill Padilla, Beth Speegle, Linda Stobaugh, Carol Ann Vest, Jill Warren, Lar- ry Davis, Durelle Green, Stan Hanna, and Pat Phillips. Assisting Mrs. Hoyle in production were Miss Warren, assistant directorg Lee Ann Young, stage managerg Nan Broussard, visual effectsg Leonard, music directorg Alexander Wallace, designerg Richard Slaughter, crew co-ordinator, and Aaron Freed, music advisor. Production assistants included Chris Campbell, Randy Hoyle, Greg Jarboe, Mishi and Bill Neff. Staged in the student center ballroom, the play utilized multi-screen projections. Opening on a starkly spotlighted silhouette, "Future Shocks" reels off a look at American society, its successes and stubbea' toes, as interpreted in dance, song, and sketch numbers like the one below which illustrates the costumes and choreography. 64 , Director Mary Lou Hoyle's crew wrote, staged, choreographed the entire show . . . they called the production a student effort :nd rightly so, since students made and executed all decisions. I 'I zz ". ,KX .1 .4 , wixm ' 1 .1s'1'.fgx, , 212,giffi1Qi?f '- Q ' Kifilri- 'A' ' K 1 ., 5.54, .X iff S 2.22-:ff we all to Carnl al fflf ' auf' Q3 ' 3 1 Ina OHVC-Bft fi. s - 'fam f as ss my e 'Wm 1 K ' W H 'f f 'Y'g,,, h ,Al 'w gl 4 5- Q: 'WW Q . .3 V- 911 :Q I it Y g .x E --.fl N--,NM - l 4 - me sm , HW ll X Y pix, ' ll- ' I: ' X pg, s mf xsf If A .Q H eqfb 4 X A ' LA 52,2 QW 55 ' X ' s if f f ,fi H all '55 . ,Q Q ,, . l N , 'I iffgg Q9 WN aff' Sf" Sssfuf -' l Q: K A ., S ' M: : ' , , , ,i J , NS. 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Speak- ers were sponsored by various campus organizations and by the University Forums Committee. ' W x f 2 , N'-f-.x to rg A we gs. nm. "1 Q 'f igs ff? State Legislator Jim Clark warned that we may be breeding our- selves out of existence by urging young ladies to achieve self-ful- jillment through motherhood. "Let's review social needs". L 5 ampus Visitors ffer Potpourri of Views i ff .. 'ff' ' J uf . , it Ja 1 5 112 es 5,3-, mi is sd. 2 Q I Mmwft 2 E N M, 'rv-nut' ...Q X?-'4'S"'f H fm.-M-even , u0!f"""'f'A .K ,,,'1miQ?" - x 1 H . u'S.,n,,vs. 5- wsgy' ' "' 1-A 1 in - , .4 ,. www .- , . ,I A ul. 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Qzfwfitggifny ' l bt" '7 A Hi . ff Q7 L 'X T X A ' A I gg, 1 A i, , ff, V M A ' sk is Zz, , R Ajter winning a verbal battle with TV newsmen over lights, Jejj' Jones began his catalogue ofdisparagements. The UT Austin stu- dent body president declared the regents incompetent, the UTA r- lington student government and press, farcical and ineffective. "The greatest problem confronting Israel today," said Zvi Terlo, Minister of Jus- tice, "is to protect thefreedom ofthe indi- vidual in an embattled state. We are trying to create a better government and to pro- tect individual rights while trying to insure our collective safety. Sometimes our objectives conflict, " he told listeners. 77 !i ahan orks Symphonic agic With and In its fall concert the Symphonic Band performed orthodox Russian Christmas music and selections from "Paint Your Wagon." Chosen by audition from the Rebel Marching Band, the student musi- cians make a state tour each spring in ad- dition to their community and campus per- formances. Jack Mahan is their director. 79 gs? T' 'Wi- :Quan 3 if gals? an. , AW' J Y A KW ,MW .w,...,....,,...,MA.mww-Qwv,.w.0wm, W wif 1 5 sk 'Q . .. . ,Q , ,.A,A V. :A, ,.: ..... , D ,, 1 V- ,,.,.,,. .... , ,. x ""' . , f 1 f f .,,,, , W V X 15,1 Q '- www fi ZW' Y . W V f fe 7 . NN 5 I f W w u F' Campusology 1301: Most Popular Course 'Q ff W wk NZ I ' N? KW! V V 459' Jw.: .Q -'W X M !"wx J 1 1: MN X", j'Ufw1R" , 1 V, 4.. 'QQ f A . , N Y v Q .. ' , .QV f 'fistfg ' e 53? With their families scattered around the globe, international students planned a pot luck dinner with their hostjanzilies before Christmas. Approximately 140 people at- tended the event organized by the students and their hostjanzilies at the First Method- ist Church. .gk ? 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X Students Learn How to Dress, Live, Vote One poet, one policeman, one novelist, one physician, and assorted politicians addressed audiences of various sizes and convictions this year. Dallas Police Chief Frank Dyson told his audience that the police agency is only as good as the people of a community demand. Dyson spoke of higher education re- quirements for Dallas police and of neigh- borhood involvement. "Change, however, is slow," Dyson said. f'Some problems are being faced head-on while others are not being at- tacked very responsibly at all.', Government Emphasis Week was opened by Dr. Bill Crane, professor of po- litical science at St. Mary's University and climaxed by U.S. Congressman Jim Wright. Republican Ike Harris and Democrat Hugh Parmer, both local members of the state Legislature, debated "Which Party to Lead?" George Lamming, West Indian novelist, took his audience on a hypothetical voyage through the development ofslavery. The main philosophical fault of English explorer settlers, he said, was in trying to reconcile morality to a structure of society. According to Dr. Marian Brooks, Fort Worth physician, "As soon as a white man sees two black men trying to shift for themselves, he thinks it's a conspiracy." On the Black Muslims: "The cleanest, most impeccable characters", and the Black Panthers: "Revolutionaries in the highest tradition ofAmerican idealism." Allen Tate, considered one of America's greatest living poets, read selections from his own works and the works of William Butler Yeats, T.S. Eliot, and John Crowe Ransom. His February appearance was sponsored by the English Department and Sigma Tau Delta, national literary fraternity. W2 A ?'?6?'i:f V537 fr az? ff if , ,ff Jim Wright Frank Dyson Dr. Marian Brooks 87 It was a jamily affair when Jo Boatwright was presented in a faculty recital in late January. In addition to her piano solos, she and her husband performed two piano- flute duets in her eighth campus recital. K .evan- Emphasis was on the classics in Jo Boatright's faculty recit- al. Playing selection from Ravel, Bach, and Beethoven, the assistant professor of music concluded with "Gajtard De La Nu it. " 88 A crowd gathered quickly on the Student Center Mall to hear the U.S. Navy Steel Band percussion concert. The musicians played a variel y ofcalypso and bossa no va selections on instruments built from oil drums. L.. M1-f-t rf, My 1 E -Z My A fwfr ijt W5 gl is li .AW ,Magi s ,si 1 lr 5 I In an attempt to provide somethingfor almost everyone, the entertainment committee ofSA B scheduled a concert by Shiva's Headband in nzid-winter. Billed as hard rock, the band caught part ofthe audience of 750 by surprise by combining electronically anzplzjied violins, flutes, and guitars. usieal Events Reflect ppreeiation Gap ifitwmm? CHMYER 89 ,fswkf i f ,, Morris Ernst: Champion of Literary Freedom 0 O 'in tlll lugs at Blgotr One of the landmark decisions in the history of literary free- dom was handed down in December 1933, acquitting James J oyce's Ulysses of obscenity charges. Morris Ernst barristered one-third of Joyce's defense and gave the impression during a mid-semester UTA talk that, if neces- sary, he could by God do it again. Ernst at 82, who writes a letter to the President every two weeks and gets a reply, is no doddering old man. Nor was his speech conventional, holding sway as he did in the archives room of the Library, scatter-shooting through topics like boredom fcaused by shorter work week, earlier retirementj, the govern- ment Ctoo many states clamoring for federal moneyl, news re- porting - and, of course, censorship. Though introduced as "a philanthropist of the mind," Ernst prefers the designation "amateur at everythingf' A noted lawyer- lecturer-author, his books include The Censor Marches On, The First Freedom, Utopia 1976, andA Love Affair With the Law. On news coverage he said, "I think we are tearing our country apart because the news media aren't reporting good news and our country is full of good news." Concerning national leadership and geographical mores he lamented that "all knowledge flows from two sources - Holly- wood or Manhattanf, He asked Texans "to do a service to the people of New York and let us know something of your culture down here." He said there's a need for better correlation between anti-social behavior and the ensuing punishment, that there always will be dangers to personal liberty from both the political left and right. "However, I would much prefer a world without utter freedom," he said. I O O "The New Deal in the law of letters is here . . . . "The precedent . . . established fby the decisionj will do much to rescue the mental pabulum of the public from the censors who have striven to convert it into treacle, and will help to make it the strong, provocative fare it ought to be." - From Morris Ernst's foreword to Ulysses mm.. saiifw hois Who Finalists Recognized Nationall One thing about industrial engineering major WILLIAM HOUSTGN Mc- NARY's four-year hitch in the Navy, it didn't hurt his social instincts any, or his grade-point was president, UTA chapter of American Institute of Industri- al Engineers . . . treasurer, Alpha Chi . . . candidate for Society of Aerospace Mate- rials and Processes Engineers award active member, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu . . . gained Deanis List. 1 iv 1 rl ry 1 I ' l 92 Math is hard to separate from GARY DUANE WESTFALL's major, physics, so GARY joined both the math and phys- ics clubs at UTA . . . was Student Con- gress representative . . , publicity chair- man, scholarship winner, Delta Tau Delta . . . on Dean's List honor roll. For the 36 Who's Who on these pages, recognition begins with a department nomination and culminates in having their names and biographies appear in the 1970 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities." Nationwide publicity is given the names ofthe awardees and their institutions. Initially, two nominations were made from each department at UT Arlington, and all nominees filled out questionaires. The 36 finalists were selected from this group by a committee composed of facul- ty, students, and administrators. The number of award recipients for each uni- versity is determined by enrollment. Begun in 1934, the Who's Who recogni- tion is the largest program designed to honor students achieving excellence in an academic field. Approximately 1,000 col- leges and universities participate. UT Ar- lington entered the program in 1968. rl' It Xu 9 . 'Ivo' 9053, Q " 55. .sglhf 5 .V we s .ninitixt Q ' O S x 1 ts 0' Q". ll flu' s',.,4,'i I'.gl'-l 1 'list 'ju' U put l IIN, 4.1, vi .lil "Un ""Qr'i'n" .u"'m a "N 'l"t"r n" nl"'t ha.- 'ln 'fD.'.J' J" .. The responsibilities of being a wife and mother didnit keep NANCY JANET SETH from achieving Who's Who distinc- tion . . . member, Alpha Chi . . . twice delegate, Republican County convention. Let another in the group be president, ge- ology major RUBEN MARTINEZ will keep the money . . . has held positions of secretary-treasurer, Sigma Gamma Epsi- long treasurer, Geological Society . . . re- ceived Roy Stiff Scholarship. r Helping people with learning disabilities is the goal of art major SANDRA LEE MANN . , . currently a reader to dyslexic UTA student . . . graduate study planned in this field . . . held one-man art show at Texas Christian University has pre- sented works in El Paso, Wichita Falls, Austin . . . winner, Koslow Award in Tex- as Fine Arts Association show . . . mem- ber, area art associations, Alpha Chi, Texas Association for Children with Learning Disabilities . . . mother of son, 103 daughter, 8 . . . class officer, Arlington First Presbyterian Church. 93 WALTER EDWARD HAMMOND could have walked a mile for his aerospace engineering degree A he was cross-coun- try team captain in '69 . . . was president, Sigma Gamma Tau .,. treasurer, Tau Beta Pi , . . vice president, UTA chapter of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics . . . chairman, Baker Cup committee of Phi Gamma Delta ... on Dean's List six semesters treasurer, Newman Club. 941 X , As student librarian in the music depart- ment, BONNIE SUE ROBINSON DOVE was not concerned with books - she kept the records and piano music . . . was concertfrecital accompanist as- sistant teacher, electric piano laboratory . . . performed with A Cappella Choir . . . member, Alpha Chig past member, Epsi- lon Phi. Not to be taken lightly is biology fpre- medj major GARY G. GANSERT, UTA record-holder in 140-pound weightlifting . . . was "outstanding freshman," Compa- ny E-l at Texas A8LM . . . selected to Phi Eta Sigma freshmen honor society . . . chaplain, '69-70, Phil Delta Theta at UTA . . . received Phi Delt scholarship, Best Pledge Award. TAI-SHAN BARNETT - pretty name, sounds good on a French major . . . mem- ber, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Chi . . . served on foreign language department's ad hoc committee. Accounting major BRIAN W. HALEY, while working his way through school, was working his way through Delta Sigma Pi, too - he was elected president, senior vice president, treasurer . . . was member, Beta Gamma Sigma . . . vice president, Ac- counting Students Association. This yearls only Who's Who to ever be a campus favorite C6832 CHARLES BRUCE HILL, industrial engineering student . . . was president, Delta Tau Del- ta . . . president, National Order of Ome- ga , . . active in UTA chapter of American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu . . . secretary, Inter-Fra- ternity Council . . . listed in National Col- lege Register . . . member, Delta Tau So- ciety . . . received Delt scholarship. 95 Everyone in a college community makes his own unique contribution 5 but not everyone, like management major SAM LYNN PROVENCE, helps build a cam- pus organization from the ground up . . . was co-founder, first president, Handi- capped Students Association which was responsible for the curb-side wheelchair access ramps . . . summer president, Bap- tist Student Union member, Up Singers. 96 Starting as treasurer of the Business Con- stituent Council, economics-history major HUGH MOORE was elected Student Congress president for '70-71, UTA,s highest student political post . . . member, Alpha Chi, Epsilon Phi chairman, Student Parking Committee ... past chairman, Who's Who Committee past vice president, Pre-Law and Political Science Club . . . member, Student Center Advisory Committee, Dean of Business Advisory Committee, SAB Forums Coun- cil, UTA debate team. xyfiy N ef if ' , Mathematics major PEGGY LEE GREEN should know the Student Educa- tion Association inside-out - at various times she was president, vice president, secretary . , . also achieved Dean's List honor status. l ?or JAMES LYLE WILSON his house lt UTA was more than a home, it meant 'esponsibility was part of Trinity Elouse administration: Board of Gover- lors member, '68-695 counselor, '69-71 , . . member, Alpha Chi . . . received aca- lemic scholarships three semesters. The Ombudsman Committee was con- ceived as an arbitrating body, a liaison between faculty and students, would seem a creative experience for government-pre- law major CORA PATRICIA SPEN- CER . . . was assistant secretary, reporter, Alpha Phi Mu . . . participant, SAB Lead- ership Evaluation and Development work- shops member, National Pentecostal Young People's Union . . . worker, state and local political campaigns. To be recognized as "outstanding" is quite an honor. It happened twice at UTA to accounting major WILLIAM W. CADE - as a sophomore in business and junior in accounting . . . member, Alpha Chi, Beta Gamma Sigmag president Delta Tau Delta . . . was chairman, constitution revi- sion committee of Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil . . . past member, IFC student discipli- nary committee. 97 ai' The same qualities of a Who's Who might be found in a dean's research assistant, the School of Science thought so with the nomination of DENNIS A. WILLIAMS . . . elected, Science Constituent Council awarded scholarship, Society of Aerospace Materials and Processes Engi- neers . . . on Dean's List. 98 Q., x if 'W i" Greet LINDA MEYER and she may come back with, "Guten tag" f"Hello,'3 - LINDA's a German language major . . . president, '69-70, Texas Association of German Students . . . vice president, sec- retary, Grand Prairie Newcomers' Club . . . gained Dean's List. as GARY EUGENE NELSON, electrical engineering major, earned himself a good start for college: Finished high school with a perfect scholastic record . . . at UTA was chairman, Tau Beta Pi credentials committee member, Eta Kappa Nu, Institute of Electrical and Electronics En- gineers . . . on Dean's List each semester . . . elected to National Honor Society at Thomas Jefferson High. College was more than textbooks and rah- rah for history major BEVERLY ANN BENTLEY . . . contributed 500 hours as a freshman in volunteer work at Arlington Memorial Hospital . . . gained Alpha Chi membership her junior year. Diversified's the word for ROBERT WEBB CARNES JR., mechanical engi- neering student and author of short story "Purvis" in Arlington Review presi- dent, '70, Pi Tau Sigma . . . vice president '70-71, Tau Beta Pi . . . member, Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers. Volunteer work marked the college life of history major JEAN SMITH CHAD- WICK, hometown resident of prosaic- sounding Niceville, Fla. . . . assisted in public school in-service training project for ninth grade physical science teachers . . . was one of liberal arts majors studied in experminent to test effectiveness of new physics teaching method member, Alpha Chi. 99 One other Who's Who this year has two "outstanding" recognitionsg LEE ERWIN WESTBROOK can count three of them . . . received Ernst Heyer Award for "out- standing electrical engineering student" sophomore, junior, senior years was treasurer, Eta Kappa Nu member, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Chi, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Amon Carter High School class saluta- torian . . . assistant song director, Decatur Avenue Church ofChrist, Fort Worth. 100 A pre-med major with military leanings, that's DANIEL LOGAN FRENCH . . . executive officer, ROTC Pistol Team . . . received Superior Cadet Award ftwo yearsj, Hughes Fellowship CSchool of Sci- encej, two-year ROTC scholarship, U. S. Army Gold Medal Award, chemistry de- partment award . . . member, NCO Club, Alpha Chi . . . choir soloist, St. Phillip's Presbyterian Church. Whether writing or organizing, PAUL NORMAN BROTCKE's been knee deep in his department, civil engineering president, '70-71, American Society of Civil Engineers student chapter was chairman, student affairs committee of Joint Council of Student Engineers, helped instigate council's Outstanding Teacher Award two years reporter, ASCE student chapter newsletter. Give speech major RONALD WAYNE USELTON a topic and stand back for the awards . . . placed first in original oratory, Northwestern State College tournament, '70 . . , received tournament certificates of excellence, Southwest Texas State Univer- sity, '67, '68, East Texas State University, '68 . . . advanced to finals, Baylor Univer- sity, '68, Northwestern State College, '69 . . . was Optimist Club choice, one of Tex- as' 12 "most outstanding young men," '67 . . . principal speaker, City of Arlington's F ourth-of-July celebration, '69 . . . contri- buter, Free University Press . . . member, Alpha Chi, Epsilon Phi . . . made Dean's List three years. 0 .,., X 9, ,Z ,il A medical career goes hand-in-hand with sociology for ANN ELIZABETH LUKE FIEDLER . . . registered nurse . . . class secretary three years at St. Paul re- ceived Sodality Club scholarship . . . member, American Red Cross. The university's legendary Mr. Ransom was an able administrator, but he proba- bly couldn't play tennis like biology major JON C. RANSOM . . . captain, universi- ty champion tennis intramural squads, '68, '69 . . . vice chairman, School of Science Constituent Council . , . member, Phi Del- ta Theta . . . aiming at medical career. 101 ... ,Q While at UTA accounting major DOUG- LAS F. MILLER was actively involved with one fraternity, one representative branch of student government and one new bride - and he still made the honor roll . . , was officer, Pi Sigma Epsilon: vice president, personnel, vice president, marketing, secretary i . . elected to School of Business Constituent Council: vice pres- identg chairman, rules committee, chair- man, ad hoc committee on coursefinstructor evaluation . . . conduct- ed interviews for Texas Interindustry Rel- ations Project. lO2 The Student Activities Board, in nominat- ing a Who's Who, selected its student lead- er: English major CYNTHIA MIRACLE ... SAB president ... chairman, SAB Forums Council . . . secretary, Lipscomb Hall . . . member, Epsilon Phi, Sigma Tau Delta, Inter-Dormitory Council . . . on honor roll each semester. Leadership ability is valued in a Whois Who and economics major THOMAS LEE ANDERSON fits the bill .. . was president, UTA chapter of Omicron Delta Epsilon . . . on the Dean's List of honor students . . . Delta Tau Delta member . . . represented Trinity House in Student Congress. V, g ' Y' fi: ,E sh .Was English major JAMES MICHAEL GROCE didn't stop until he got to the top - and became student president of the School of Liberal Arts . . . was deeply involved in LA Assembly: Member, exec- utive committee, '68, parliamentarian, '69, chairman, academic freedom committee and student affairs committee, '69 . . . member, Alpha Chi, Sigma Tau Delta, past member, Epsilon Phi made Dean's List three years presently working on doctorate at Northern Illinois University. Every constituent council needs a parlia- mentariang chemistry major ROBERT DAN JOHANSEN was the man for the School of Science . . . received Johnny Andrews Science Scholarship, R. L. Hoyle Scholarship . . . joined Baptist Student Union. Going to school at night, with a job in the daytime, isn't pictured as being easy Y but it didn't stop RICHARD J. MILL- ER, government major, from being Who's Who . . . member, Alpha Chi . . . was president, Phi Eta Sigma, freshman year at East Texas State University. I One aspiration of an undergrad interested in his department logically would be to head that department's student organiza- tion, SAM HUBBARD THOMAS did was president, Accounting Students Association received academic scholarship. 103 W ,. ft ' ull lgfifif '3 M272 mga , Q 51611 Rmigvig ,QE L? .,, .aff if t - .4 QW jfss-' N in ' 456, V iii tx ,s . .cfm 1' jpg P Wasil? L? Bi' ill ZWZFS hm! 5 wiki , ' M42-age 5 fwillliii fs l ,mr H46 1 ' Ml lf figure "M ta .1 P .li iff f is fi? T tu. 3 1 65222 li . iz '1'?i,? gif? z 3.1 3.1 Y E A tg, ,git , W nti-War all "This is not a call to arms. It is a call to peace," said Allison Nash, organizer of a February peace rally sponsored by the stu- dent chapter of the ACLU and attended by approximately 250 people. History professor C.T. Mclntosh discussed a petition negotiated in December by representatives of U.S., South Vietnamese, and North Vietnamese student groups. The petition protests incursions into Laos and continued U.S. involvement in Southeast Asia. The petition will be circulated on all U.S. college campuses and presented to President Nixon in Washington May l, Mclntosh said. The petition calls for an immediate cease-fire and American withdrawal, release of all political prisoners and American prison- ers-of-war, free elections without the presence of foreign troops, and recognition ofthe neutrality of Laos and Cambodia. Mclntosh said if Nixon does not accept the treaty provisions by May 3, there will be massive disobedience. The 24 organizations sponsoring May Day have planned a four-day major confrontation if the treaty is rejected. The plan calls for a complete shutdown of the Capital by blocking all roads and airports and disrupting power. The rally began at UTA with a confrontation between a campus official and a man identified as Andy Anderson, a non-student and member of the National Youth Alliance. Anderson burned a Viet Cong flag after padlocking a Confederate flag to the student center pole. Hecklers disrupted his remarks to the crowd. After the rally a group of about 50 students met in the Rose Room to form a coordinating committee to gather signatures for the peace treaty. Most of McIntosh's remarks were made to a Star-Telegram reporter after the rally. Msg, V, ye w ,ff A Q, as gg A Delayed b Flag Waving and Flag urnin W ,, X LN .uw 'Bl 4 Qaffw , wa ' N a,,, - Y mfg jfwmii , if 2, 4 .Q .1-X m f 1 if A+. N vm H , 0 ,. 'jI,jLj, 311114-+,x.' I, I XS? " X 'Sf Q .W f, K 3 , v ,,,, T 4 . ' 4 3 My Wav 105 Theme Conflict Resolved by Regent Decision "As an elected representative and a spirit symbol of the student body, I tried to fuwll the duties assigned by tradition to the office of Johnny Reb. I felt it was my responsibility to appear at the foot- ball games in the Confederate unyform. In my own mind, the con- flict was never a racial issue. " - DeWitt Easterling Johnny Reb, 1970-71 The Civil War ended after four years of dissension and division. lronically the confrontation between pro- and anti-Confederate theme proponents on this campus reached an uneasy truce after approximately the same span of time. On January 29, 1971, the UT System Board of Regents voted 7- 2 to oust the controversial Rebel theme that has separated the stu- dent body into two distinct camps since 1965. Although sparks of discontent simmered earlier than '65, it wasn't until then that the issue erupted as a campus problem. "The Old Fires," a personal essay published in the Arlington Review, sparked the smoldering animosity of some of the black students and evoked heated debates in the student center, in classrooms, and on the mall. Groups formed to preserve the theme while others united to abolish it. In three student elections pitting the Rebel theme against other suggested mascots, the Rebel theme won by a majori- ty vote despite increasing support to abolish the theme. The first major demonstration on the campus occurred when some 2,000 students marched around the campus to protest a Stu- dent Government decision to abolish unilaterally the Confederate flag as the school spirit flag. When Student Government stood firm, the flag stayed down. In the following months, black students issued demands to Presi- dent Frank Harrison for the removal of the furniture in the Robert E. Lee Suite of the student center, nameplates on the doors, and portraits of confederate leaders. In 1969, the anti-theme forces took more direct action at a pep rally when a black student ripped the band's Confederate flag from its standard. The ensuing scuffle was broken up by students stand- ing nearby. The official ruling of the Regents marks the end of a bitter era for the university. And just as students have adjusted to six changes in the name of this institution, so will they identify with another theme if student leaders dedicate themselves to the present and fu- ture welfare ofthe student body. To be sure, a trail of bitterness and frustration stretches across the campus but with violence rampant around the globe, it's time for both sides to dedicate themselves to ending a conflict where everybody emerges a loser. e Donna Darovich Editor's Note: Miss Darovich is a C itizen-Journal reporter, a se- nior student, and a former S horthorn editor. At the beginning of the conflict, she was an active supporter of the Rebel cause: howev- er, when the issue split the campus and when violence appeared eminent, she campaigned to remove the flag. 107 gg, ws LLW1' 'M ' we. 1 V H1 ""!,f 5 , ,, , 1 . in 'I 4 , X sv X ,Q 35 5304, ,,. Q 2 Q" f 'Nha M ,X 4, , in .Qgw . vm! ,. C2 A ,X 4 1,4 f ..,, gy 94.3, :X ' , if u ,K 4 4 77 .E ,W QL, 'f 5, ,V , 'E W ' ,. , 7 gg f '. ., W .V 1 al . , zz I, f f 1 ' ': fu 0 , "J X il NI " J X 'is ff A 2 V , f E X X ff ' -' 1 Z" ,.:. . 'iv ' .4 x 1' 4' w,, . MNA ,, 3 f. .f my '4- ' ',f Q 1 J 1 u X ' Q' W? xi ' Pf Q I 4 ' Z ,Vx fx 108 2 if Board of Regents At the center ofthe University ofTexas System, in charge of its progressions and movements, is the Board of Regents. And it's difficult to think of the board without reflecting on flamboyant Frank Erwin, the feistiest regent ofthem all, the only man in the UT System to receive more publicity than Longhorn Coach Darrell Royal. Erwin, praised as a staunch advocate of traditional education methods and theo- ries A and criticized for the same trait, plus a few more e heads the board which holds the purse strings for the UT compo- nent schools. Undaunted by verbal attacks or physical threats, Erwin has led the board into battle with dissenting faculty, students, and ad- ministrators. To this point, he has accu- mulated an impressive number of victories. Love him or not, when the UT family ge Q 1? Epi llO gathers at the table. no one eats until Frank says grace. The board itself, planned as a means of balancing power between the state and academic community, consists of nine members nominated by the governor and appointed by and with the consent of the Senate. Since the university joined the UT sys- tem, the board has supported both the academic and physical growth of this institution. The 516,793,069 budget for this year represents a two-million-dollar increase over the previous year. The Graduate School now offers 21 master's degree pro- grams as well as doctorates in engineering and psychology. By the end of this aca- demic year, E.E. Davis Hall, University Hall, and a campus auditorium will be ready for occupancy. Frank Erwin outlines the agenda for the September board meeting held in the Li- brary at UTA. Regents Joe M. Kilgore, John Peace, and Frank Ikard. UPPER TO LOWER RIGHT consider new pro- posals for the UT System. Not pictured are William Bauer and Dan Williams. - V-ek - s , ff hm-xg V , pf-,474 5495 1 S .xx 5 Chancellor Harry Ransom makes a point while Chancellor-elect Charles LeMaistre observes. LEFT CENTER: Erwinq Betty Anne Thetford, secretary to the board,' and Frank N. Ikardfollow the discussion. LOWER LEFT, Edward T. Xinzenes ponders a question by Jenkins Garrett. -N1 Jenkins Garrett ABOVE ana' Jack Josey BELOW check notes during discussion. ,V .. ,, 111 Q S ' 1 s g? X N QS 5 'N 1' ' . .. , -, Nellie.-,Y-.-nlll...c,... . , THE PRE IDE T'S OFFICE . . REVEILLE: What do you consider your most unpleasant assignment as chief exec- utive ofthis institution? HARRISON: Dealing with highly emo- tional problems among students and faculty. REVEILLE: The most time consuming? HARRISON: The president of a modern college has to deal with students, staff, faculty, administration, community lead- ers, political leaders, system administra- tors, and regents. In each case there are many demanding problems. There simply is not enough time in the day todo all the things that need to be done. There is no single problem or duty that alone occupies 112 D a majority of my time. I do the best I can. REVEILLE: Is your work at UT Arling- ton more or less frustrating than your work at Southwestern Medical School in Dallas? HARRISON: More frustrating because the university is more complex and there are more problems involving external forces in the community. Financial sup- port for a university is more complex and more difficult to achieve than for a medi- cal school. REVEILLE: Are you involved in many crisis encounters with students? ' HARRISON: Yes. REVEILLE: Do these crises or confronta- tions interfere with the operation of your office? HARRISON: Very materially: partly because of the time that it takes to handle a crisis, but also because of unexpected timing and difficulty in scheduling the rest of the office routine. Many times the im- mediate problem could have been handled in some other office or by some other per- son. If individual students or student groups would first clear their problem through the Office of Student Life, the problem could often be settled there, or at least the appropriate channel pointed out. REVEILLE: Are you sometimes involved in disputes between faculty members and students? HARRISON: Yes. REVEILLE: Do you have any general guidelines for handling these situations? HARRISON: If a student feels he has been wronged, he should proceed, in order, to see the faculty member concerned, the department chairman, the dean of the school, and the vice-president for academ- ic affairs. The student willhultimately reach a level at which an appropriate decision can be made in the matter. The president does not ordinarily have the informatlofn i iff: ,rf-I . 1 V. . V' .' -1. Ig. Y Vu.. . K i p .V A-'liP""-17 -'W i'. . MQ, i '-Q A ,, 4,1 F-. . 1 . nf f 4, ' i H at t A ex of Power to reach a decision except by conferring with these same people. REVEILLE: What procedure do you take when a student complains about mistreat- ment from a faculty member? HARRISON: I ask the vice-president for academic affairs to investigate the matter, who in turn gets his information from the dean or department chairman. In rare or unusual circumstances, the president may confer directly with faculty members. REVEILLE: How would 'you describe the student body of this university? HARRISON: It is a responsible and ear- nest group, most of whom are here to get an education, as is true of most universi- ties and of society in general. There are many different types of students, including extremists. Even among extremists, there are differ'ent types. At UT Arlington we have a higher proportion of responsible students than at many other universities in this country. REVEILLE: What is this university doing to help individual students adjust to large enrollments? HARRISON: In a university as large as this one, we must rely on the daily contacts and actions of the faculty to demonstrate that they do care for the students. This is an area in which actions are more impor- tant than words. No matter what I may say, if a student goes into class and is treated as a "number," he feels it. We have appointed a Teaching Effectiveness Committee which, among other things, is considering the matter of handling individ- ual students. REVEILLE: What was the reason for hir- ing a psychiatrist for this campus? HARRISON: Our student health service has never had a full-time director. The age j roup existing among our students is not afflicted with the really serious and debili- ,Eating diseases which occur in older people and Frustration - cardio-vascular, cancer, problems re- quiring surgery, strokes, etc. On the other hand, the adjustments of adolescence, sep- aration from the home, frustrations of academic life, and so forth 'may later lead to serious emotional problems and even psychosis unless handled early and inten- sively. Many universities are now appoint- ing psychiatrists as directors of health cen- ters. Other physicians will also be em- ployed to handle physical illnesses. REVEILLE: How much responsibility does the university have for students with emotional problems? HARRISON: The university has the obli- gation to identify emotional problems be- fore they become serious, to give short- term supportive aid and counseling, band to encourage the student to get outside, long- term psychiatric help when necessary. Pro- longed psychotherapy is probably not the responsibility of the university. REVEILLE: Can you prescribe any anti- dotes for conflict between students and administration? HARRISON: So far as I know, there are no natural or inherent conflicts. Most con- flicts are due to misinformation, misun- derstanding, or lack of knowledge. The single most effective antidote is accurate and frequent communication. REVEILLE: Do you think conflict is inevitable between students and administration? HARRISON: No, unless they fail to communicate and rumors replace facts. REVEILLE: Do you plan any immediate changes in staff or faculty organization? HARRISON: We need a full-time staff person to handle grant and contract appli- cations and another to seek private foun- dation and community support. We need several others in the area of counseling, financial aid, education research, and im- plementation ofteaching effectiveness and evaluation programs. REVEILLE: Do you think the rather rap- id change from junior college to university 1. 0 I 113 E, 4 President fcon't. from 1135 status has created any special problems at UT Arlington? HARRISON: It has created many prob- lems. We have added many new degree programs which in turn have required ad- ditional faculty and additional facilities all of which leads to financial difficulties. One of the biggest problems is developing an adequate library. We will soon need addi- tional student space, such as dormitories and student center facilities. The large number of new graduate programs has generated tremendous requirements for research laboratories and scholarly re- search materials. REVEILLE: How did you happen to be- come president ofthis university? HARRISON: I had been with the Univer- sity ofTexas System for over sixteen years and had been working at the Arlington campus part-time in addition to my duties at Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. At the time the acting presidency was of- fered to me, I had been helping with the new graduate program for three years. It seemed to me that this university was in a natural location and at the right stage in its history for a major university development. After serving as acting president, I re- ceived an offer of a more permanent posi- tion. By this time, I was aware of the po- tential that was here and I wanted to do what I could to work with the university in achieving this potential. UT Arlington is in a state of progress and growth that makes the situation challenging and attractive. REVEILLE: What advice would you give a new president ofa university similar to this one? HARRISON: Get to work! .. ! Elwood Preiss s Dean of'Student Administration S f fe YK A . it QESWY if x! 4 J Ruth Crary, acting dean ofstudent life, clzats with Dr. Mary Crow. .- . Why- in ., 5 5 ' ll . 5 3' l . -5, . ' Q ' , . 4 rrfi 1 -... K ,. I . ,,,, .. A N .. Q. I .... - X . .- t- 'B-'NW' . I X ,- O 7 X X. .. f .. ::,,, X .i . Q Y 5 9 73k ,ri XP ff .S ka-we ig - ' s X. Sr 'sk N-N ' .. " ' X' gan f +.a....,,,.. 'ff 1 . ' " , Z vv-vv V .1 W - mfr.. X 5 QQ . . V' . fn., 4 .B 4- -. 'As-'fa-L. T2 . ref fur- 2 ev , -' p X 4' - is ,- .X - ,,- - . y ., gy .,,,.... Q ,Z X X f NX fl 7 -, XX N jj sl' f XX X X N z P ,, 'GJ . .-if ivy -all ' . gf m l 'H' -W-Luk wi N' .Q f 5 Q' A 4 ,fx 6 -I A 6 P xv X ,.-+C. - f it, 1 Q V ...- 'x William A. Brown A Associate Director, News and Infor- mation Services. Abe Bush, Jr. A Assistant Director of Admission. Reby Cary A Associate Dean ofiStudent Life and Assistant Professor of History and Philosophy. Charles H. Connally A Director of Student Administration and Associate Professor of Civil Engineering. Ruth Crary A Acting Dean ofStudent Life. Terry DeCroes A Counselor, Placement Office. Maxine Deering A Administration Assistant, Presidents Office. Dorothy Estes A Director, Student Publications. Kent Gardner A Assistant Dean ofStudent LUe. Frank M. Gault A Counselor, Counseling Services. Marion L. Jacob A Associate Director, Placement and Stu- dent Financial Aid. William W. Lace -- Information Writ- er, News and Information Services. Zack R. Prince A D1'rector of Admission and Registrar. Glenn A. Read A Assistant Director ofAdmission. Ken Roselle A Informa- tion Writer, News and Information Services. Bob Stephens A Assistant to the President and Director of Institutional Planning. Carolyn S. Waddell A Director of Student Activities. Kenneth L. Whitt A Director, News and Information Services. Richard M. Yantis A Associate Director of News and Information Services. Franklin P. Yates A Director of Placement and Financial Aids. 115 Russell Bayne - Director, Personnel Office. Don Beckner - Assistant Director, Housing and Student Center Facili- ties. Louise Crider - Bursar. Billy Foster - Print Shop Supervisor. J. Pat Fowler - Director, Housing and Student Center Facilities. Charles O. Hardy - Director of Procedures and Internal Audits. Fred Hunstable - Assistant Director, Housing and Student Center Facilities. Warren .Iurgensen - Director, Student Health Center. Carroll Sheffield - Assistant Busi- ness Manager. Hazel Smith - Food Service Director. Paul Strong - Assistant Registrar. Juanita Turner - Nursing Services Supervisor, Student Health Center. Jack M. Utterback - Budget and Reports Ofjce. A. L. von Rosenberg - Business Manager. Norman Weaver - Director, Data Processing. 1 L, . rv., Z v . .9 ,NX Y il if .A ra . X 1 if . was ,VZ Xe km S Q 9 ..,. - it S. I Alf? X "W i sq .K 1 .51 'jg hiv. . ' Q px -I , ., Q it f of . Vx i i a A 1 N intl ' 2 .0 . f at ' . , as EH A, X .. .. Q4 3 ' ' ' . " 3 1.1, .f pg: fam K S N ,ss ..,. I. 5 . K 'Y V -i X 1. . R" Y nf A., 6 :fi P Y x -. X n G . yn H V: 3 X ' " A . S 3. 4 A--F ff -' . 2, - .-...,.. N ., 4, Q . Sf N' .. A 1 X-'si ' ...L X -N sur., rf . xx ,, ds YQ I ,liz .NN , . 4f'-fff-,"1c- . 1.. - - 2 4 . -' If r S 1 to f 1. F r Q A K x rx 2 Bob Price: B' Time Spender for Campu In addition to his work with fiscal affairs, Vice-President Robert student 'health service, and housing. Aided by his w,U'e.hei Price supervises the directors of personnel, security, physical plant, guests in a receiving line for theiPreszdent s fall reception. 116 niversity Staff ffers Man Helpin Hands The most valuable signature on campus belongs to Vice-President Robert Price, who is charged with responsibility for all fiscal affairs of the university. Legislative appropriations combined with S7000,000 received from the Coordi- nating Board of the Texas College and University System totaled 512.2 million for the current year. The UT System Board of Regents ap- proved an operating budget of Sl6,793, 069, an increase of nearly S2 million. Of this figure, 512,218,564 went for education and general expenses, S6,820,955 for fac- ulty salaries, S58,206 for organized re- search - a 25 per cent increase - and 34,574,505 for auxiliary operations fi- nanced by local funds. Much of the vice-president's time is devoted to campus expansion. He has a special interest in present construction since administrative offices will be housed in Davis Hall. Located on the southwest part of the campus, Davis Hall is across the street from University Hall, new head- quarters under construction for the depart- ments of history, government, education, Full time medical attention is available around the clock to students in the 36-bed Health and sociology. Center by two partime physicians and a full time psychiatrist Dr Warren Jurgensen. I J, 13 R ,. 1 M ,ngf . ...xx 1' 'L fx f..-5 . 3 .5 tmx l .fa r v 'M' 9 l 1. Cynthia Adams - Clerk Typist, Personnel Office. Cathy Adkins - Personnel lnterviewer, Personnel Office. Fred Andreas - Security. Linda Barron - Secretary, Personnel Office. Marvin Blackwell - Security. Mark Britain - Security. Diane Dixon - Secretary, Physics Department. Sharon Hibler - Secretary, Sociology Department. June Higgins - Clerk Typist, Personnel Ojice. Louise Koehl - Secre- tary, Student Activities. Thayer Lewis - Games Area Manager. Charles McAdoo - Assistant Supervisor, Build- ing Service. Eve Mills - Senior Clerk Typist, News and Information Service. Jewel Moody - Mail Service Supervisor. Donald Moore - Security. Mayling Moore - Clerk Typist, Li- brary. Anthony Palmer - Security. Virginia Rittiman - Clerk Typist, Library. Lee Lewis Roberson - Security. .lack Scott - Security. Judy Starr- Clerk Typist, Personnel Office. Rufus Taylor - Security. Floyd Walker - Security. Judy Wheelock - Personnel Representative, Personnel Omce. r. W. H. Nedderman: Chief Academician One ofthe men responsiblejor the univer- sity growth: Dr. Wendell Neddernzan, a crowded-schedule administrator on his crowded desk. The vice-president of aca- demic affairs works with academic deans in expanding and improving curricula and instruction for the 76-year-old university. Hoise Bell - Principal Drill Instructor, Military Science. Rollin DeLap A Associate to the Faculty in Religiong Director, Baptist Student Union. Richard Lord - Associate to the faculty in Religiong Director, Wesley Foundation, Solan J. Phelps - Chieflnstructor, Military Science. Paul Phillips A Associate to the Faculty in Religionq Direc- tor, Church of Christ Bible Chair. Leonard L. Roach f ChiefAdn1inistrative Clerk, Military Science. Gerard Scholl 5 Associate to the Faculty in Religiong Director, University Catholic Community. Ronald Younkin - Associate to the Faculty, Episcopal Chaplain. V If students think they have problems coping with four or five instructors, they should consider the plight of Dr. W. H. Nedderman who is charged with responsi- bility for 535 faculty members. Dr. Nedderman works with the deans of the four schools, the Graduate School dean, and the librarian as well as the heads of the Graduate School of Social Work, the Institute of Urban Studies, the Gffice of Continuing Education, and the Techni- cal Institute. The Graduate School of Social Work, which graduated its first class in May, 1970, received accreditation in June from the Council on Social Work Education in record time. Experimental programs include a pilot study with the Arlington Independent Schools to explore social work studies in the public schools. The Institute of Urban Studies pub- lished a number of reports during the year for regional and state governmental agencies. In addition, the Institute was named by Governor Preston Smith to work with the Texas Urban Development Commission chaired by Arlington Mayor Tom Vander- griff. The Moody Foundation provided a 550,000 grant to help finance the new project. The Office of Continuing Education added more courses in an effort to help local businesses and industries keep pace with new developments. .w. ,E Ei it V L A w, .v .i 2-A Q . f 5 . if xp W-M.. W., J . .. . ,.., . . 'KIM Above, Tree-shaded Douglas Moore, director of Continuing Ed, thinks seminar while E. H. Ford below, Technical Insti- lute Chairman, tinkers with video unit used to update technical instruction. Above, Dr. F .G. Togerson, dean of the Graduate School of Social Work, confers with Dr. Edward S. Overman, director of Urban Studies. Below, Dr. and Mrs. James Wyatt greet guests at afaculty reception. Dr. Wyatt served as acting dean ofthe Graduate School until the arrival of Dr. W.A. Baker. 119 6 6 As we enter the '70s, the engineer- 6 6 Most people you and I know today ing student will continue to enjoy a breadth and depth of academic experi- ence. His exposure, association, and competition with the majors of other disciplines in science, liberal arts, and business courses will prepare him to live in and deal with the problems of an interdisciplinary world. The problems that beset our civili- zation will not be solved by a new breed of book-burners or inquisitors, but rather by an application of knowl- edge by individuals accustomed to working on interdisciplinary endeav- ors. The engineering student of today will have the talents to solve the prob- .lems of the present and future. He will understand cyclic systems and feedback systems and thus can add a well-developed knowledge of systems to the capabilities of the ecol- ogist. The engineer will have the abili- ty to measure, control, and process materials in quantities from the micro to the mega and thus will be prepared to-solve the growing problems of ma- itenial pollution in our air, water, and must also learn that leave' decisions exclusively either individually but must establish a a broad-based understand- of engineering deci- live lives even the ancient Pharaohs would have envied. The energy and resources at our command are just equal to the muscular energy of 500 slaves. The factors that have put us in this position are the advances of sci- ence and technology, but the price we are paying in side effects and environ- mental changes increases daily. Some people say the answer is a retreat from technology. The casualties of such withdrawal unfortunately would be heavier than many suppose. Who would decide what is superfluous for his neighbor? If retreat is not a suitable answer, progress is the only course left, be- cause science does not recognize standing still as a satisfactory state of affairs. What is important is how and in what directions we advance. To- morrow will be dictated by what we learn today, and the currently enrolled students are very likely to help shape our tomor-rows. Whether it be medical technology, geochemistry, study of the planets, or the ocean depths, it mat- ters not. The world you and I are in is shaped by scientific advances, modi- fied by cultural subtleties, shifted by political winds and stirred by sociolog- ical reform. Throughout it all is woven the impact of science. In order to achieve a meaningful role in the new society, all of us need to develop a deeper appreciation of the meaning and use of science. In the School of Science, new cours- es are being added and old ones revi- talized to help us do just that. We wel- come your participation in our pro- grams so that we can guarantee you a meaningful role in the world of the '70s." P. R. Girardot Dean of School of Science 66 those developments which, very likely, would have occurred with or without him. In this category are the recent degree programs in music, art, speech- drama, architecture, and physical edu- cationg the inauguration of programs leading to the master's degree in Eng- lish, history, foreign languages, gov- ernment and psychology, and the au- thorization of a new doctorate in psychology. Leadership in the dean's office con- sists of encouraging leadership every- where in the school, and acting as an expeditive and supporting agency. My own effort at present is to encourage others to identify and bring into being needed programs and curricular devel- opment - the criminal justice in gov- ernment, the labor collection and ar- chival training in historyg environmen- tal design in architecture, museum training in art, language-area centersg joint program in linguistics with the nearby recently created Summer Insti- tute of Linguistics, and so on. In the interest of excellence, econo- my, and public need, we are trying to develop unique areas within the framework we now have rather than to add merely for the sake of adding." No dean should take credit for Charles H. Green Dean of Liberal Arts 121 Duane A. Adams - Professor, Foreign Languages. Robert W. Allison - Lecturer, Music. Gustave Anguizola - As- sistant Professor, History and Philosophy. Khyruddin A. Ansari - Instructor, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineer- ing. George W. Ashford - Instructor, History and Philosophy. Calvin L.R. Barker - Professor. Aerospace and Mechani- cal Engineering. Harry R. Beaudry Y Assistant Professor, English. William E. Beeman A Associate Professor, Mathe- matics. Don R. Beer - Assistant Professor, Industrial En- gineering. Ann H. Benham f Assistant Professor, Chemistry. E. P. Berryhill - Associate Professor, Mathematics. James R. Bisbee - Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Social Work. Leon B. Blair - Assistant Professor, History and Philosophy. Daniel M. Blake - Assistant Professor, Chem- istry. Jo E. Boatright 5 Assistant Professor, Music. Eunice F. Bonar f Assistant Instructor, Chemistry. E. L, Bost -- Assistant Professor, Technical Institute. George W. Brewer - Instructor, Mathematics. Ralph P. Brown - Assistant Professor. Military Science. R. Joyce Buckner - Assistant Professor, Education. Burke Burkart -- Assistant Professor, Geology. Daniel C. Burkholder A Associate Professor, Music. Harold G. Bur- man f Professor, Chemistry. Jack D. Caffey - Lecturer, Art. James E. Caffey A Associate Professor, Civil Engineering. 122 ' We-...l f Q'- 4' 14" hw at if 2 sim' X Aff' I J 'P - of l.. fm I Z. 'Q a. We E --L... is , Wx aw-w Z 9' QV N. X I l WM -A h ? 'K l i, :fag fllkrx A 5 f if .ixwx is r x fwxfxx 'Qyv-f-.44a, A... 45,-n -nr""" 'S N-W G -, ..t 1 'J -6 I X 8 K.. X 't rrfr Q...-4' 1-4, I Wie' .J x :Ju , " .X K. A, V aff' -4.4 -"' , I, . '- 2' 4 1, s i iiiiiffjf ' : Q.:.-5yFw3- fm' ,Quant 'Qi' 'ww FQ uv sv K 'QU' ,H ef is g ,AM it-W-' . X M m Q 'ex AN I 5 4- my 'xx N fur- ee , , . asset -'env' pw lk .rm- Qa 1' A iw' """' " ,,,, I f s as JI ' 4-K F, . M gg, wats, img 'kv' 3 W-AG" , 1. .E ,,' klvhrfx Vx ' S X 'I Q X if A ' , wil l X F acult 41' rngau ,lv .. em Anammh, New 'Qwe- 5 'Mfr' like-. if.. XA-A X S x, eg .Q-,. .5 .Wg-, 1 5211 N ' Yun. ffgf t ,.- 'QV' ,am Qhuanvi' f my X ff s . X r Q gg! i MZ, if xx if X E I ,f r , ,jf . xx F e My . .I .5 Q 1 W X 9 A wtf' 4-1-r"X -WW fa? James W. Callicutt - Assistant Dean and Associate Profes- sor, Graduate School ofSocial Work. Margaret A. Camer- on e Associate Professor, Speech-Drama. Donald W. Cantwell A Assistant Professor. Business Administration. Maria Capote - Instructor, Foreign Languages. Maurice I. Carlson f Assistant Professor, English. Lanny M. Casey A Assistant Professor, Chemistry. Monroe G. Cheney - Assistant Professor, Physics. Dorothy L. Ches- nut - Assistant Professor, Mathematics. Mervin R. Child- ers - Assistant Professor, Mathematics. Dayle M. Clark A Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering. James D. Cleckler ! Program Supervisor and Assistant Professor, Education. Curtis E. Clegg, Jr. - Assistant Pro- fessor, Technical Institute. T. J. Cogdell W Assistant Pro- fessor, Chemistry. Robert E. Coke - Associate Professor, Mathematics. Charles I-I. Connally - Director ofStudent Administration and Associate Professor, Civil Engineering, J. F. Cook A Assistant Dean and Assistant Professor, Accounting. H. M. Courtney - Associate Professor, Accounting. Clifton W. Crenshaw - Associate Professor, Civil Engineering. Mary L. Crow f Assistant Professor, Education. Stephen F. Crumb - Professor, Electrical Engineering. Joseph W. Dalley - Professor, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. Euda E. Dean W Assistant Professor, Mathe- matics. Mary L. D'Esposito - Associate Professor, Physi- cal Education. Leonard M. Diana - Associate Professor, Physics. Charles F. Dodge - Professor, Geology. Erwin G. Doughty - Assistant Professor, Physics. Maybeth E. Dreyfus -- Assistant Professor, Graduate School ofSocial Work. Rob- ert D. Dryden W Assistant Professor, Industrial Engineer- ing. Harrison A.D. Dunsworth - Professor, Mathematics. 123 Danny D. Dyer A Assistant Professor, Matheniatics, Gary L. Ebensberger - Assistant Professor, Music. Clayton L. Eichelberger -- Professor. English. Ronald C. Engle A Associate Professor. Sociology. Emory D. Estes A Asso- ciate Professor, English. Ralph W. Estes f Associate Professor, Accounting. Brooke Eubank A Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering. Jack E. Fairchild - Professor, Aerospace and Mechanical Engi- neering. William L. Fellman - Instructor, Economics. Richard W. Ferguson A Assistant Professor, Business Administration. E. H. Ford f Chairman and Associate Professor, Technical Institute. George E. Fortenberry A Associate Professor, English. Robert J. Foster A Assistant Professor, Mathe- matics. Bernard L. Frye - Assistant Professor, Biology. John A. Gardner - Associate Professor, Mathematics. Jimmy W. Garrett f Director of Intramurals, Physical Education. Peter G. Gaupp -- Associate Professor, Gradu- ate School of Social Work. Edwin A. Gerloff - Assistant Professor, Business Administration. Joe Gilbreath - As- sistant Director, Student Administration and Assistant Pro- fessor. Mathematics. Johnny J. Gilliland A Instructor, Business Administration. Ramon E. Goforth A Instructor. Aerospace and Mechani- cal Engineering. John M. Goodwin - Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering. A, V. Goyne Professor, English, Minetta A. Goyne -- Instructor, Foreign Languages. Grov- er C. Grubb f Associate Professor, Civil Engineering. , is 114' A f, ,f4 f ,.... W 1 0 1 . Q, ' K is ,. if A - Xi . ' irffwf sz, ' bs: V K - I iwQv,. XY Q i 'V' ' J ,bi-:gg """ A ,. , ,., .. H : l Q x H .A Q, ' lj" -XV 9 , - f- I f at-" 'Y ' s f,-:Qf:" Sf- Y A Q err-:X -ax f A- , 31' -'s ' , N X "W AY we 4' K Y ' i 7 - Q 55 N - Q .. '.-Hb 7 56,-wi -M--'J 3 . H J ' .A l. ...we '11-. me--"" rQU'4"Ds .WHA gm- . N..,,-,s ,.... , -cfs! f Ja a t , 'W ' S M . wh J. '- - . 'jg A like 'IW is , lf f V , , .tw zzffi ix If YH' 3' sw "" S is 'STM A EW" 'X Q-5-ww 0.4 i in-av vw 45" ff 'vw 124 or M, ,. . ,x , HPR. . a ni " - , ' 7 Q f Q In X. t' Maxx 4 W , ' as Q , ef S . ss.. his 3 J Ss A X X X lim! . N ,..,. .Wi :Q ' ' 'ifgjf g . 1 "Ze . X M ' sf . i 7 if X we-t s gg, WN, 2 e r 1 4 'W U 'v X mm 4 X X aw, an w.,...f' : . ,... ' t 1 JSM if VI.. I ' ' 'F , . .- Ten' 63, 1, U , .r 5 6' ' X Xi 4- t. at X 4 , - 'K Vs R fm-.,.-.f Q, at K J ' I ' ' J i X Ta bffbwl UW'-, -f 5 ff W .1 l X Orton l-Iamby A Associate Professor, Art. William W. Hamilton - Associate Professor, Mathematics. Melba Hammack - Assistant Professor, English. Thomas G. Hanning A Instructor, Technical Institute. Charles M. Hargrove - Assistant Professor, Economics. James R. Harvey - Assistant Professor, Mathematics. John J. Haynes A Chairman ana' Professor, Civil Engineer- ing. Thomas R. Hays - Instructor, Sociology. Larry F. Heath - A ssociate Professor, Mathematics. Hiram M. Helm, Jr. f Associate Professor, Business Aa'- mi'nistration. Theodore T. Herbert A Assistant Professor. Business Administration. Mary L. Hodnett A Associate Professor, Art. Bill F. Hoit - Assistant Professor, Mathe- matics. Ledlie R. Holland -- Associate Professor, Mathematics. Kathryn H. Hopkins - Assistant Professor, Ea'ucation. Katherine M. Horstmann A Instructor, Accounting. Jerry B. Houston -A Associate Professor, Military Science. Frank N. Huggins - Assistant Professor, Mathematics. Thurman M. Jasper - Associate Professor, Mathematics. Alvin D. Jett - .Associate Professor, Foreign Languages. Charles W. Jiles - Professor, Electrical Engineering. Her- bert J. Johnson H Chairman and Professor, Business Aa'- ministration. Robert M. Johnson - Associate Professor, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. David L. Jones A Instructor, Architecture. 125 Kenneth L. Jones A Instructor, Accounting. William J. Karraker A Director and Professor, Counseling Service. Duane V. lieilstrup A Assistant Professor, Foreign Lan- guages. S. Tom Keim A Acting Chairman and Professor, Economics. Ernest C. Kennedy A Professor, Mathematics. Homer L. Kerr A Associate Professor, History and Philos- ophy. Albert S. King A Assistant Professor, Civil Engineer- ing. Nancy C. Knox A Instructor, English. Dallas L. Lacy A Assistant Professor, English. Gary P. Land A Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Social Work. Albert S. Lewie, Jr. A Instructor, Business Administration. John S. Lewis A Assistant Professor, English. Ray C. Lich- tenwalter A Instructor, Music. John J. Litrio A Assistant Dean and Assistant Professor, Graudate School of' Social Work. Robert L. Littlefield A Professor, English. Philip F. Lynch A Assistant Professor. Business Adminis- tration. John B. McCall A Associate Professor, Economics. John W. McConnell A Associate Professor. Electrical Engi- neering. Joan M. McCrea A Associate Professor, Econom- ics. Charles T. McDowell A Associate Professor, Foreign Languages. Margaret J. McGowan A Assistant Professor, English. Charles L. McNulty, Jr. A Professor. Geology. Jack H. Mahan -A Acting Chairman and Professor, Music. James M. Mahoney A Assistant Professor, Music. Richard J. Marquis A Assistant Dean and Professor, Science. Donald R. Martin A Chairman and Professor. Chemistry. Richard M. Mayfield, Jr. A Instructor, Architecture. Wes- ley E. Mead A Associate Director and Assistant Professor, Student Administration and Mathematics. Patricia R. Mengwasser A Visiting Assistant Professor, Education. 126 . . a Q:-.:1"" X . LW., ., 3 ms . in r' 3 . . S3 . " if" K 3 N':,5v' 1 ' 'WV X I s u ,f f , .fr K, .L gl U new than-n-" s FV' 0 rw.- - W. .... 15 f 'ua N We it f 4 s Q , . f l Nts sv ,L , . .M Q rits' si: is A 3 'WET' Rb?--N,,? f ks, , ,- . ...L is-f . . ,Vg My . ...A i srl Q A :Er if A N T Q Wm- t hn- lat Q! ' ,Z 3 if Q , , t X e X Q . tex' QSO, :Que Q y 2. fi JZ,-sw -we 1 Agfa' t . .. . V f 3 5 ,,y,-ery' . .1- 54 W. - X.. W N M y SP0 e I if jj -fe' A W if S t J . Q.. In f, I yn Je , f. -t , it -- lf' ' Q ef 2 , .Y gr e X . ' 1 A I w i N044 T P' - ' , , ' l wf' if N ' "xxx f .. WV? , -K .1 A -sf r Q """"' J ' M., :xl t s. QN P 3 -44' . V , W e .f fr . A Q 1 . ,.... N... 'W X -' . . A- . af. 'f xl f , tg . Q U' . 'W' I - "T: V' J. 2. f . fi: W ex? Abe. Old acquaintances are renewed at the Presidenfs reception held in the Library on the Hrs! Friday afternoon of the fall semester. Friday celebrations thereafter were less offcial and more fun. 4 'Wa-is .. - :il i s 'F as J A ls fa- ,E -Mc... ,1 gs -M. fr 14 . Y ,w:,3a,s! ' L .X .. , We f. I A , t 1 this -A-.xx .. -5 N' 1 f. S- 'X , . if . , an ,Alb 5 Mx v ', Z, Mfhs Q A : Iss ' L J ' , 1 gg: ri 1 i . 5' Y ,, f Y- , I - A - ,f ., A i KK: MW mfg Six 3 ' 4 ' fy. . .. ..5 X "-M.-J., ..,- 9 'VW ,gx,..... .Www 1 was ,cfm S at , X X es. . ' f .., , V Wm- f. gy . . .t . Q, I-.. , L ,, A AA, M , . 1 f .isis-. r S X I X J 1 1 'fkv--v. sig 'PN A - Mg, , ' 'X 'wi' 5 , .f+TE'-'JZQE ., V , . 1 ...M 1 'gains 1 t 'wx' 4... I 'sc-,,, if-Vw w.wf.4,. William O. Miller A Assistant Professor, Mathematics. Alfred R. Mitchell - Associate Professor, Mathematics. Roger W. Mitchell - Associate Professor, Mathematics. Norman C. Mohn - Professor. Education. Marion E. Moore - Associate Professor, Mathematics. John T. Moser - Assistant Professor, Military Science. J Roy Moses, Jr. - Assistant Professor. English. Bill W. Mouck A Associate Professor, Accounting. John T. Mur- chison v Assistant Dean ana' Professor. Science. Nils O. Myklestad - Professor, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. Sandra L. Myres - Associate Professor, History ana' Phi- losophy. Robert L. Neill - Assistant Professor, Biology. Dorothy D. Nelson - Lecturer, Music. James C. Nicholson - Assistant Professor, Mathematics. Carlos Nogueira- Martins - Assistant Professor, Foreign Languages. R. L. Nolen - Associate Professor, Mathematics. Garold D. Oberlender - Instructor, Technical Institute. Robert M. O'Connor - Assistant Professor. Graduate School of So- cial Work. Luther W. Odom - .Associate Professor, Gov- ernment. Cothburn M. O'Neal - Professor, English. Jack Palangian - Instructor. Foreign Languages. Rimma Palangian - Instructor, Foreign Languages. John D. Pat- terson - Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering. Wal- ter H. Patterson - Assistant Professor. Technical Institute. Fred R. Payne - Associate Professor. Aerospace and Me- chanical Engineering. 127 Marian li. Paysinger Assistant Professor, Illathematics. Rodney A. Pelton - Associate Professor, Graduate School of Social Work. John K. Perryman --- .-lssocicite Professor, Mathenzatics. Melvin L. Pierce -- Coinputer Center Direc- tor and Associate Professor, Computer Science. Noel E. Polk -- Assistant Professor, English, Arthur R. Poor - Associate Profes.sor, Civil Engineering. William F. Postlethwaite Assistant Professor, Music. Charles S. Proctor --- Assistant Professor, Speech-Drama. Donald F. Reaser -A Assistant Professor, Geology. William E. Reeves Instructor, Physical Education. Jerome L. Rodnitzky -- Assistant Professor, History and Philosoplz,i', Arlene H. Rosenthal ef- Instructor, Sociology. Chapin Ross f- Acting Chairman and Associate Professor, Speech-Drama. Edmund Rudowski f Instructor. Sociolo- gy. Isaac J. Russum A Assistant Professor, Technical Institute. Kurt A. Schember - Assistant Professor, Industrial Engi- neering. Hunter Schmidt -f Instructor, Government. Har- ley J. Scott - Instructor, A rt. Robert W. Scott - Assistant Professor, Geology. James L. Shawn f Professor, Mctthematics. George W. Shupee --- Professor, Architecture. M. Anne Simmons -- Assistant Professor, Ph-vsical Education. Frank M. Smith, Jr. W Professor, Civil Engineering. George E. Smith -- Assistant Dean and Profes.sor, Engineering. Max Spindler Assistant Prcjessor, Civil Engineering. Joe D. Spradlin Associate Professor, Electrical Engineer- ing. Patrick K. Squires f- Instructor, Technical Institute. Joseph J. Stanovsky -- Associate Professor, A erospace and Mechanical Engineering. Robert N. Stout -- Instructor, Ph,i'si'cal Education. Don R, Swadley e-ee Associate Profes- sor, English. Ivan Taborsky A Associate Professor, Government. Lloyd C. Taliaierro - e Associate Professor, Music. Gerald S. Tate - Instructor, Music. Robert L. Tennison H Associate Pro- fessor, Mathematics. Thomas J. Tinker f Professor, Physi- cal Education. 128 fs... 43" 'Am .-'WW' ir Z C t x " .1 5 K I .t C t 15 -me Xa...- its .- , fm . -ff' sf .w"?:Si :firm ' mg. F s ' J a 'mv 'UP fl ,n , .tw f Mn K. ,ag 5 he sw, ge., asv .1 S t' I . ff' . i x lx if-I -- ..-X. M, Ya. 'Q R s,..f' 48 ,,..f "fs "STH- ,. . no S. El m? .gg it Q .. ,J ' 13" - QSM' ,ggmrf tsl! lk t im' X ..,.., 'tm - a.s:f.,,fe - itgiitii itz.. - Q ,sd e J if -' J ..2.k.f, . . fx, .i X '05 no-.aV' jfp V. Vai' be 'f Y is-' , . if 'k t quv fr . , 1 sf? fs, ., -...rx Q., New programs and new personnel are in- troduced at the first faculty meeting. Be- cause of the increased size of the faculty, most of the routine business is conducted in committee and departmental meetings. .f-Af i . Z X, . 1 if I, NTWSWX - F f -ssgzisvg S V4 " 'Q J X I .ip J ',' Q X' -. gut 53 . . . -QC ff 5' .- -, f' -V e. .. ls " ' t 1 ,.,,, .K 4 1 f i .,. A S ,E 'P we xg .. . Jf,.- sf fi 57" 'fo-i M W. --ui? if f 'EL-7 1 fi . fvsiweyx N-f' ,qui -Hg-, I fe 4 , Nl 3 . M . A f ' ' .. .exif -'W f , 9 U0 WM .. M gin awww- ,,. 'SP-. 'F if-...fy Jw R. Richard L. Tucker A Associate Dean, Engineering ana' Pro- fessor, Civil Engineering. Steven C. Turner A Professor, English. Gay B. Turney A Assistant Professor, Mathematics. Edward B. Wallace A Instructor, Architec- ture. Kirby D. Watkins A Assistant Professor, Mathematics. Samuel E. West A Assistant Professor, Technical Institute. Bennie B, Williams A Associate Professor, Mathematics. Robert L. Williamson A Assistant Professor, History and Philosophy. John J. Willingham A Chairman, and Profes- sor, Accounting. James D. Wilmeth A Assistant Professor. Foreign Languages. Donald R. Wilson A Assistant Professor, Aerospace ana' Mechanical Engineering. Henry T. Wise, Jr. A Instructor. Mathenzatics. Terry J. Witt A Assistant Professor, Ac- counting. Jerry C. Wofford A Professor, Business Adminis- tration. Jack R. Woolf A University Professor, Aerospace ana' Mechanical Engineering. Julian M. Worthington A Instructor, Mathematics. C. Lee Wright. Jr. A Assistant Professor, Architecture. Gary K. Youngblood A Instructor, Education, Richard B. Zacha A Assistant Professor, English. Lawrence F. Ziegler A Assist- ant Professor, Economics. I l l 129 Catalog e Reflects Vast Librar Gro th X X 2' Q f l f W I by X i ' ,f L? Y X 1 ' ,, , if 3 X 5 3 X it , i- 'Q N aa, 1 ' tt .as M li 2 my X I aWN2f' mgiwm, f .Q vtgieew A . -'f , .Q 5 7 W, -, 'Nf,?Qgfg13rN, M. 2 ma : -wfi-.Q sity .. ,N nf! ' 0 't , 'vw ' Mm 3, v 37 N Q, x' 7, M 1 3 -ZA.ffX ft 7 f 7- hge. N4 5 si 5 J? Y Wg. tw -iltmggtrgj ,W 'Z 'Tcl in La ,- z 55: 'aMw3f', , uf., ' ' ' Wt t 52,4 S W-4 if " -ea fx ,W,,.,!:,,,f 3,515 0 A ' At 4 , tit ff, Nw - sz. 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'Lf t ff f , ,- we-it ' - M f '..0 ki ga v e., f of ' 7571, 'f 'Q ' '- 5, W 5 ,W Wtwpgifwff if , my 3 ,ect - f f ,yiffjfgjg ,?5" mnZQa-Z JY, f :A f :f ., if ,V ' t if -aff .f-,M-ft , fnffw., ,, f l , . -ef f 1 , 169170, ,L,,,,:,W,f- 5 M 5 V 'il' lifflfflff , K , ' f. at 4.4 4,-fn 3 f LJBRA 130 New materials for the Library are cata- logued immediately in an effort to keep pace with research needs of an expanding graduate program. The staff spent 5360, 000 last year on new holdings for Library. ff The Library building, which has been ex- panded once, is expected to reach its ca- pacity of 750,000 books in eight years. Records show 83,023 more people used the Library last year, marking a 31 per cent increase in circulation over previous years. iiiyi 2 s-YY... Dorothy L. Ballard - Professional Librarian, Cataloging. Elizabeth J. Brake - Professional Librarian, Cataloging. Karen Hall - Library Assistant, Serials. Charles B. Harrell - Professional Librarian, Government Documents. Ida G. Lansky - Professional Librarian, Cataloging. N W . If A X Pamela A. Morris - Professional Librarian, Periodicals. 'Q Y V Henryette F. Shanks - Professional Librarian, Technical Nfl S.- f' . Service. Shirley C. Sheets - Professional Librarian, Catal- 3 oging. Clarence W. Stoneburner - Professional Librarian, Acquisitions. Mary V. Swisher - Associate University Librarian. l l 131 Sixty full-time stay' members, 19 of them professional librarians, assist in ordering, cataloguing, and circulating materials. Records show a 31 per cent increase in cir- culation of Library materials this SGWIQSIGF. Head Librarian John Hudson works over- time in the Library researching historical topics. Having received acclaim for their book, ALL BUT THE PEOPLE, he and Dr. George Wolfskill of the history de- partment are working on a study ofthe New Deal and the South for publication. Students have a choice of seating arrange- ments in the Library. With a seating ca- pacity of 1,700, facilities include lounge chairs, standard library tables, or carrels. 132 ibrary Serves as University Learning Center No building on campus is more equipped than the Library to help students do their own thing. Undergraduates may explore the sex life of earthworms or listen to the arias of their favorite operas with- out disturbing scholars in any of the 1,000 carrells. Housed in a six-story, air-conditioned building, the library contains more than 103,135 microlilms and 375,000 books, reports. In addition, the Library sub- scribes to more than 3,200 periodicals and newspapers. Also located in the Library is an audio- visual service with listening booths and a projection room for motion pictures. In- cluded in the department are 1,500 movies and 19,153 other audio-visual items in- cluding numerous slides, transparencies, and magnetic tapes. government periodicals, and technical A full-time photocopying center was - --1i 1--i l I g 4 5-. E+: -:-1 ' ' SS E f l -'ffm .Q 5+-A i , . : ig ' . - 'L 3- ... added to the Library this year. The Texas State AF L-CIO has desig- nated the UT Arlington Library as official depository for its records and documents. The university archives document the 76- year-old history of the university. The Library capacity - approximately 750,000 books - is expected to be reached in eight years, according to Librarian John Hudson, who has presided over the con- struction and the acquisitions. l 5 5 i l 133 Business dministration Decision games involving student teams competing with other teams for profit is the newest teaching method in the depart- ment of business administration. The stu- dents represent leading business firms throughout the US, each firm trying to overpower the others. Perhaps the irresist- able sin of monopoly has found a new ar- cade. During the year two graduate and three undergraduate publications have been published by the department. Each publi- cation provides information concerning the field of business administration at oth- er area colleges as well as at UTA. Several conventions are hosted by the department each year. Among these are the American Institute of Decision Sci- ences, Southwest Social Science Conven- tion, and the Academy of Management. Twenty-nine courses are taught by the faculty of 18. Chairman of the department is Dr. Herbert Johnson. it ,L 555152, W g I it R ,fix Qg2'f,4,f,- r,.. , fiffiftdgf tg. rr Metropolitan area market research is aid- ed by a Ford Motor Company donation. 134 40 -uv'-i pf..- .fzffxi Herbert J. Johnson, Chairman Business Administration Department 3 S f 4 X S '. is X 5 Q9 as aa I fi fa, 2 3 'A 3 5 MQON-. K xy ,W X X I. V, ' if v Q jx , CM, I A45 135 2 aw-i""' ,, 5333193 3 g F3531 Q63 a ' 00x39 i 5 s. O -9 John J. Willingham, Chairman A ccounting Department xg if gg ,.., ,V,,,,,, p 'N 5 asm g . Alh 1 , fn 4 riff Accountin Cash, credits, liabilities, not to mention debits and assets, are all common words of the accountantis professional language. Advanced accounting courses solve de- tailed problems by the use of computers and computer techniques. Labs are avail- able for these advanced courses equipped with calculators and adding machines. Six members of the accounting staff are working on published material not affiliat- ed with the university. Among these are Dr. Howard Snavely working on an ele- mentary accounting textbookg Dr. Ralph Estes compiling a text on international accounting, and Mrs. Patricia Elliotg Mr. Wayne Label, and Dr. Harley Courtney writing various accounting articles. ' The department offers 18 different courses and accommodates approximately 540 students majoring in accounting. fs 5, Q Economics .. , 1. , . Q 4 9' . , f rig M , X 44. 'Mex WZ 445 uf ,- - 3' X ' 5 F 3 f QX i',sf'f 4, X e ' Nl - A Samuel T. K eim, Acting Chairman Egiflnomics Department i,X 55' ,W 2 .gilt M , , lb? f',N , . if if S ff if 1, fi 'T sf , L . skiing A N , i jg? ,.:,. Inflated prices + unemployment : poverty-stricken students. The economics faculty can offer several explanations of and solutions to this equa- tion. By taking 30 hours of economics, a student may discover why he isn't eating regularly. Indeed, enough students enrolled this year that the 20-member department, headed by Dr. S. T. Keim, was faced with sections of 150 people. Here, as in other departments, teaching methods have been modernized - in Dr. Keim's words, "the blackboard is being replaced with visual aids." Cn the extra-curricular level, Omega Delta Epsilon, the honorary economics fraternity, conducted monthly seminars for students and faculty. And in the publishing realm, Dr. Tom Holland has written an intermediate text on microeconomics, Dr. Joan McCrea a book on Texas labor laws and Dr. Larry F. Ziegler a monograph. 137 Q v ,- 138 k , w S551 , , V W X Q ax "F-vi' c N - S AA A Q U' l :KN 'ff Q ' X wir. iw 5 "X Q1 1 Q X Q' Q xii X r irxrwf' Q :Es in "'H'f' is Q we X R E' WX .,fS:fQH H x 3-S. ., Y' 5 Mike. uk fggi A5 ga-'Q' . Il' 'Q le -if' as x C arl W. Files, Chairman A erospace and Mechanical Engineering Department Aerospace and Mechanical En ineering 9 As most students were suffering through the heat of late summer and early fall, aerospace engineering students were using the low-speed wind tunnel for other pur- poses than lab work. Perhaps this was a special cooling project. Eleven graduate and seventeen under- graduate courses are offered by the depart- ment. A new teaching method includes doctoral candidates team-teaching with other faculty members. In November, Dr. Jack Fairchild, chair- man ofthe department, sponsored an em- ployment workshop with the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and the US Department of Labor. The department also participates in the annual Southwest Regional Student Paper Conference hosted by the UT Arlington branch ofAIAA. Aerospace is placing special emphasis on low speed craft to be used for city-to- city or urban areas. 139 John J. Haynes, Chairman Civil Engineering Departmenl E"?1' 40 Civil engineering has two new courses for both majors and non-majors. Urban Problem Analysis, primarily for non-en- gineering majors, is designed to acquaint students with the problems confronted by large cities, and to provide solutions for them. Pollution, trafffic congestion, zon- ing, public health, housing, and other criti- cal problems highlight course objectives. Eighteen professors instruct the depart- ment's 38 courses, four are from the engi- neering graphics section. Students see more of the actuality of their field by attending one of several labs. Civil engineering labs include studies in surveying, hydraulics, and soil structures. Several conventions are hosted each year by the UTA chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineering. QF. Qlgressjfactor experiments heb determine of weight supportable by a Eiizili. A ' gifs? . fe Y.. . 'QQ 'K K V ' ' ivil Engineering .X - , -' 1 e 147' V W N' , I ,,....--W-Q-,Wm-'jj 'zu emw :E I ' f- ii ., Q Q F f ' Q 1, s N ff e X is 5 I ? , ft ,...M-..-W-W-fwea-'M-0--1 ,,,,.....n.w,,-V-0, X t- . 3 V '- i , Q . H 1 A S X' Q3 "A " .,.......,....,.,--.-.w.--Q-1-.-Q ' : ' 0 V , 5 Meg-fum! l I VV I T , X, X x . I , z Q ' i r 5 , Q 'L ,, :X . , ,5 2 x . ri . : ,N s .5 , 4 Y , K 3 I s UV" , P' if 3 ,I 5 J' f . a fr S J I 4 ,V S ff 1 . f The campus has undoubtedly been surveyed several times over by civil engineering students. 141 4 Floyd L. Cash, Acting Chairman Electrical Engineering Department Electrical Engineerin A complete conceptual approach to electrical study is offered by the depart- ment of Electrical Engineering. A thor- ough research of semiconductors is now possible through the inclusion of new equipment such as a fusion furnace for the study oftransistor construction. I suppose wetll have to put that in our pipes and smoke it. Equipment has also been added to the electromagnetic labs which enables the investigation of satellite receptions. CCensorship ofthe waves'?J Innovations in teaching are being used with more direct relationships between the student and his course study. The students now have more choice as to required elec- tives with options of special research labs in which the students work directly with a faculty member. The many honors accumulated by the department include recognition for pro- ducing the top electrical engineering stu- dent in the summer of 1970. The distinc- tion of participating in a doctoral ex- change with noted professors from Japan is an illustration of the tremendous work and effort put out by the department to provide the student with the best approach to electrical study. Wm. 'i f ,, f4'3S' 53ES1p'5WY . . L, .ima 3,,x., we--..,.,,,,wN M, 'li W, , Q. France A. Meier, Chairman Industrial Engineering Department x ,-, x in 4? 1 sw V 3 I X it an 2 as :NA mx. xv- iwfr-s 'U ' Industrial Engineerin Finding workable solutions to practical problems using integrated systems of men, machines and materials is the objective of the UTA industrial engineers. The depart- ment trains its students in this discipline through courses such as industrial man- agement and operations research. lne department is especially noted for its progress in the field of computer sci- ence. Student participation in this area is channelled into two different approaches. For the science and math student a course is offered teaching the basic fundamentals of computer science. In these courses stu- dents learn how to use the computer as an effective tool. For research studies, the future industrial engineer may select a program specifically designed for training as a professional computer programmer. The department offers degree programs through the PhD level. Chairman of the department is Dr. F.A. Meier. f' Q X 14 2 rchitecture Architecture is placing a new layer on its civilizations - old foundation. Environ- mental control, in all its facets, has be- come the goal not only of the department but also of architectural planning nation- wide. Environmental problems are here now and architecture has taken upon itself the task of helping eliminate some of the problems people cause. To understand the full scope ofthe situ- ations architecture students now must study trends of society fan abundance of sociology courses are recommendedj along with the regular people-oriented classes. A four-year liberal arts degree is offered with a bachelor of science in architecture. The programs provide a broad liberal arts education in addition to the pre-profes- sional architectural studies. Annually, UTA is represented in the American Institute of Architecture con- ventions. The student chapter ofthe A.I.A. won the "Best Lawn Decorationi' in homecoming activities. 114 x ...fi V ' at , if' g C: i X 1 A-'z' if I """f' ll U e NX' ff, we HQ! Sis- X .,, X X x :Z --Q... QW 56 ysafigm S ff qw VN X , , XX. Ni L.. g:1.e5ys'-' J , M, Xwy , f vi X- f f mx xf -ff. Nw' fy . ev' ,M L- A-,,,, x sf , Www I wx n "Aj-uh., I' 4 Art In its second year of granting the bache- lor of fine arts degree, the art department still has much on the drawing-boards. With the promise of a new building to house the expanding department, new courses and programs for artists have been added. In addition to classes in the art building, many courses were taught in Cooper Center. For students having the ability and de- sire to be a sculptor, a painter, a photogra- pher, a jeweler, or metal worker, the art department provides training and experience. The department has made several new changes to accent its growth. An outdoor kiln for ceremics is now available. New courses in art education are offered and courses in jewelry and metal work are proposed. The new photographic darkroom will be a help to photographers as well as to those working in film making. Apparently, the art department is spreading its three letters over a wide vari- ety of studies. "Z, ' W we Z NNW NWIK iN...s.c Roberta W. Betts, Acting Chairman A rt Department ,,.........,,,..-.1 X We ,, ,, AL.- 'fn 'y.f In creating a masterpiece, an artist's mood is heightened by sunlit windows and cluttered surroundings of his studio. ,. 1 "'.' ' 1 X, K ,afn-H ,,..-we ,ff XL? Commercial art involves more than freehand drawing. Tracing consumes much time and can be as monotonous as more mundane professions. nk if ,www ,, xx ,Z 5' f H353 -fvL,vf1f,vE,j,,2uW 1 . T, 5, ffm,L,-Wkf:f'Ni,,f,Thghy,.1f.,i2vc5,o,f:iw5.-3.Nf,:gUlm3i5 ,,,, A,W.f,5d-, I :M -1', Q , P ,Mm it-fwg'fw?wrfr1iw' f,f4tZr,n,. g 1- ,, i Q , . , . I 4 Q' Axsrhfih V 'vm ' if C04 7' 3 is 'll' s X1 10,4 hiv-. V1 1' , 5 , M ' N' UK: Y' , i 1 1 mais, 5 W ..,.,i,.f.,.n. Q. 'QM ww-.Vg , ,f H as if 25 ,"'5,?'f . ' q .3ij?,mff5 ' tow, , Y . '12 ?5f?:,zf33?f?EE223Z's f,-2:1 t 4,5 ,QW ,,q.,f,,,t,,Y. ,,, -.V 14' ,nf ,W- zzq' -sggW?1tf,p,f, W 53 gg A- ' 1-WM r1WP"ffK' 'ki ', Yi? W3 3 5,11 A W .: .9 ,J 1, ,, ,' ny, X not 2,,t2 ?,',. A - ,V ,, N 3 v - -,sg Rx ix ,,,, 'vw e it flii 14 148 A A ,tut x I QQV- 1 bn ' .Qi- JWN V Wy! .vfiiv wif' ,f-""'rM ,f"""4 ...-"'d Student teaching brings many new and undreamed of experiences. From within the ranks to behind the teacher's desk makes a dwerence in how the class looks to all mentors. X.. K ,' sj . x at , .2 Q x w t Allen J. Herndon, Chairman Education Department 'f"""""-sun--H-........,,, Education Individual attention is stressed in the department of education. The goal of the department is not only to select qualified persons to become teachers, but also to equip these individuals with the proper at- titudes, abilities, and personality needed by teachers in Texas' secondary schools. Screening of applicants and individual qualifications for beginning teachers are approved before a student is qualified to practice teach. Graduates majoring in art, biology, chemistry, drama, English, French, German, history, math, music, physics, Spanish, and speech may qualify for the teaching certificate. Six semester hours of student teaching and 12 hours of junior-senior level educa- tion courses are required for certifica- tion. The public schools are directly in- volved in teacher preparation at the col- lege level. 149 l. ':..i-- - V .9 E, J fi, . rf ' X It X v' 4 tg bt as-f F . I L !"'1J Stanton B. Garner, Chairman English Department English Clarifying one's logical thinking is only a part of the largest department's function. After instilling the inspiration and ability to become a great writer, the English de- partment then proceeds to give the student a vast knowledge of our literary heritage. To produce reliable editions of impor- tant literary works, the department has acquired a Hinman Collator. The collator helps find mistakes in productions due to errors by editors, typesetters, and later corrections by the author - all unpardon- able literary sins. The truth does not al- ways set one free, but it should inspire the purists to become restless. With more than 78 courses instructed by 52 faculty members, the department is the largest on campus. The Arlington Quarterly and American Literary Criticism are publications spon- sored through the department. English majors may choose among three concentrations: classical and com- parative literature within the department, and linguistics oriented classes. The journalism sector, administered through the English department, offers a minor to prospective journalists. t P 5 Tv xi -nf 1 34.51 ft- -- - 4 'S 9-, ,api 5 IQ in Freshman classes tour the Library to learn research techniques. The Shorthorn serves aspractical workshopforjournalzsm. ,, ww . ' X if 'QW 'f .S:i7f.vX ' , tv ., .E gislwgn, KIVI N, x.X. 1 Q 5 2. 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Iirf' funk ' z??'iw' 'f f f ,-eyfww 4, f ss ef' ':-, fs, me ff ,nf ' 21:1 V75 0 ' ,f 'ESQ' Q Aw 4 ' Biff 'Qui' " i W' 2 'QMQN Q 19,6 . f ,. -fx - X ,Abe TOP, Aspiring poets find themselves huddled close to nature in an outside forum. eff! ,, 15325. aLf1fiiZf3'L4,lz1'f,,, I fy Qgf.,,,1. 2 fqffifgf .mffezM,gc,,5?f K gji V6 .ft ,Z if 1,,g,,,b, ,LQ , ir..-M15 ,,t1,,l-,,,,:' 5 if" Y , ABOVE, Arthur Johnson, consultant, checks for textual discrepancies with Collator. 'GK Linguistics professor, Dr. Sarah Gudschinsky, is among the new faculty members appointed this year. Z he if ' 1-Q2 2? f ,- t f' it ff ,A Q 242 ,1 1 . Y , X -U4 M' NK-5 f, M 9 . Z. Q' X 7 .N ii fur: I ,X ,, by X X- SX .K x 'R X X S 4 , Q ' 4 ff K, ,ta s it at f t " f 1 Q.. 6' f f 3 'fa.' - . 2 P- - 'ie ants- 2.2 1 we r S t- ' ,X1 fa X- t Q' 5 .41 , if 1 Ig - , - X f v4 Q .- ,.,.'X'llw,fi 'P . ,fmswf . - iw: fi' W. -X W f .. X Virgil L. Poulter, Acting Chairman Foreign Language Department X, , J ,ff . s f ,si , V , t . , J ' X az -Q v 5 , LR 1 . 1 x , gum ma iowa X 'FWQ , . 'f SM -' , :W RB qs! Q u Foreign anguage Computer and Natural Languages, a course offering credit in linguistics, Eng- lish, or computer science, is the newest addition in the department of foreign lan- guages. The department also offers six levels of French, German, Spanish, Rus- sian, and Portugese. A student may take Japanese as a non-western language. A new policy provides required tests for all students who are near-native speakers of a language or those having had the lan- guage previously. German has once again concentrated its effort in a 14-hour course offered during the Spring semester in which students could complete all their language requirements at one time. Several new aids are now used in assist- ing students in gaining a better under- standing of their chosen language. Includ- ed are audio-visual labs, closed circuit tele- vision, and trips to foreign countries for credit. Labs are not voluntary and not fac- ulty assigned - but sign up for one in ei- ther case - on your honor. l Classroom instruction is often supplemented by lab practice. Both are dyjicult but many linguists are notorious for their lack of mechanical ability in changing tapes. 153 Government Outstanding feature of the government department is its involvement in school, professional, local, national and interna- tional activities. Government vitally needs to be dis- cussed - and it certainly is at UT Arling- ton, said department chairman Dr. Samu- el Hamlett. Students taking government must be prepared to meet people, he added. The department sponsors Government Emphasis Week the last week in October. Students are also sent out on field projects, Dr. Hamlett said, to bring them into con- tact with ethnic groups and their politics. Emphasis in 1970-71 was on black power, its proponents and proposals. With an 18-member faculty, all with a passion for discussion, the departmental offices are often the scene of professor- student conversations, not only on all phases of government administration but sometimes on grades. Samuel B. Hamlett, Chairman 154 ,L , Q ' Government Department l ly., 5, 'wg I . v", v 5 YQ Hr. e av, - " 'A e A 4. is . ' .v, . U - -wr v' i ,, 1 A k an 1- 1, ,gf ' A .tw di S .. .-,. .-:fig '- .1 I S 1 1 5 ,lf .4 ,.-. ,MQ Lf., f,,X ,- VV,-.,x' 1 ,M-. J- -Y, X-H, i ffQ?iXX,yQf14lQNy5f1ajrqfWCOfWf Elf Mfg W! -IQ" l f r 'xx 1: "".b'7P'1' "dp f'vhjHpf W:-m"n-iffi' ,mlibbu-!,L0f,',-3 midi-1 l.C.m:il'3o25 Lf :Dwi-:J1,fU.wb we L .,,,..,, ., MM. 7. KTA ,, ,-fp,-,-..A,.,-',,., J- ,A. ,A A LgSsgm3,w,l:Q3l1Qg3' wE1gvr5:u1ew,:wf3m . wwf ,, .V ,, ., ,, , .' ,A.,9,,., . ,,e..:T:, 521,-. ..Q,y1,, . 1' H Qs-552 535302!f!5'SbfULH,U,lSJLU1Li Xiffuuvuu wamfmfuiluugfg igiliwlifwi limi? 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'Jffi ' 'W T9 'f.9.Q.i,i1,f fff3f'.5i.,' X' sv F1533 53-f 4 inn, -s"?'5"z1f,'n gf-65 Yffli: LL: ""L.: :'gJf.i- :W f'.:.A.,,.x. . 4 'QE LN. 314 xiugyf J.,-JZ' -A Aa f- ,-1 ,V --., ,f .W v, f, LU rf- Nc' ie "1 "1 ,HA Nw, qw p!.Ms.'-. 10 -, -1 :f w 'm+.Q?L ,MMM ef? rf" , M, X, .. ..., W-,,,','., L' , .. . ,V r f 'm 1:1 Q' Ji, v'-.D,ggjg'.'3-HQ , , ,..,.,..,,, vfx., V ,. , - , i W suws.uww owe' Q5-if Sgigkirl 73" --X W' 3 4 . The Board of Directors for the Episcopal section of the Wesley Foundation meets to ofer suggestions for increasing student participation in the church sponsored activities on campus. Religion In the beginning there was the Church, separate and yet indispensable from the institute of higher learning. UTA has suc- ceeded in bridging the spiritual gap and now offers the opportunity for a hybrid between the religious and academic sectors of the university. Many advantages of these unions are the social, academic, and religious activi- ties enjoyed by the students. Each religious institute provides a center where the stu- dent can retreat from the school pace. Lord knows at times we need to escape. Through the centers, the student may par- ticipate in activities such as intramural sports, fellowship gatherings, meals, coun- seling and worship. Besides being socially advantageous, the religious centers offer accredited courses in religion with degree and hour credit. The courses are taught in the off-campus cen- ters by the members of the clergy of each institution. Through the concept of multimedia teaching aids, courses are now offered in many religious topics. Among these are comparative religion and Biblical concepts of family and marriage.. Paul Phillips Director of C C BC l56 rffwgg , Lia!-'tgf-. fur-1 .Y ,af 50' I It lit av' yi h , 'Q 15 Q i K is UL l J ' if ,,7g.,.i.N r '-3-if -1.7 'lf X C wx! I X ' fl v in Sx , B f wr, , ss f l Ss, Z 3 Q, X X. ,f H QQ p .X ,, Histor and Philosoph In this age of rapid communication the history department is keeping pace, find- ing that yesterday's event is tomorrow's history. Consisting of 39 faculty members and headed by Dr. E.C. Barksdale, who is completing his last year as chairman, the department introduced several new cours- es to the curriculum. The department spe- cializes in urban-racial relationships, Black history, and development of the American national order courses are of- fered. Also African history, concerning the history of the continent prior to World War II until the present time, is offered to both history and non-history majors. Sev- eral experimental sections based on inde- pendent studies have developed new teach- ing methods. Also, an exchange program with Bishop College of Dallas is offered. In conjunction with other members of the University of Texas system, the de- partment sponsored the fifth in the series of annual Walter Prescott Webb Memori- al Lectures and is making plans for a world-wide Webb Symposium, honoringa long-time friend of Dr. Barksdale and UTA. E. C. Barksdale, Chairman H istory-Philosoph y Department 157 Milltar Science The long hours or marching, drilling, and watching - over their rifle straps of course - female bystanders are only parts of the official and non-official duties of the military science department. Headed by Lieutenant Colonel Eugene A. Shea, the department provides support to the institution and the community. Scholarships, consisting of payment of tuition, fees, and books are rewarded an- nually for students participating in the ROTC's four-year program. The department also offers marksman- ship assistance and range facilities to a local Boy Scout troop. ROTC personnel participate in various civic activities, assist in registration four times yearly, and pro- vide color for football games, basketball games, and commencement exercises. Of the 182 cadets enrolled at UTA, fif- teen are under a cross-enrollment with SMU. 158 Nlxn' ' vu , UW-. .-- .V ,A . , .4 f ww- ,Q 1 iw. afik 1 . 1 V, ,af ff ..-.1 1 ' , , 'Ha '- J -urn ' . , . gg 4 ,. , .'4Y, 3, , I 'M 1 1 4" s X N V! xv x 5 Y' Ni? Y Q 45 Q 5? ii in M? 5 V f 6 ,wana N 159 Music I Q 1 Fortune went both ways for Jack Ma- han's music department in 1970-71, as it gained vocal chamber music but lost the Alps. The Madrigal Singers, organized this fall, a specialized, 13-voice aggregate, per- formed Madrigal pieces from the Renais- sance plus other forms ofchamber music. If Renaissance uplift seemed progres- sive, so did the invitation to the Lab Band, directed by Dan Burkholder, to attend the 1970 International Jazz Festival in Mon- treux, Switzerland. The Lab Band was the first college unit ever requested by the Fes- tival. Lack of funds kept the UTA musi- cians home. The Madrigal Singers represent a quart- er of the choral organization, which has doubled within the last two years. Included is the 60-voice A Cappella Choir, which emphasizes sacred music, the Holiday Singers, and the University Chorus. Non- music majors may audition for the Univer- sity Chorus and the Opera Workshop. 1 Nu s Wx? 3, , i? fi, if --fn 7 ' Q at Jack H. Mahan, Acting Chairman Music Department 160 ill ' f x , l X V ,,f Q 1 A f 4 ., ,. yr :ag ,W.,a,W,,.,.+.wasg UWM 'N' 9 5 .Y Qi S 5 , M . V sw + , N ,, X , my . . Q- ,ieg ' , 5 4 L V A " W , ,f X Q, gm, ' W 'WY A X, Mm M X 70 wh gk '44 nv '- Zh R 411 We W , MY? :M::45,fW+l YMWV Q 2 3 I Claude R. Gilstrap, Chairman Physical Education hysical Education 74' For students seeking improvement of the body as well as of the mind in their educational career, the physical education department offers a selection of opportunities. For students not affiliated with intercol- legiate sports, the department assists in intramural activities in football, basket- ball, baseball, track, swimming, tennis and golf. Twenty theory courses are offered for freshmen and PE majors. But alas, theory courses without participation are not suffi- cient. Strenuous and not-so-strenuous courses are offered. Eight activities for men and 15 for women are designed to condition the body and improve one's physical skills. A 50-meter outdoor pool and a 23-me- ter indoor pool make swimming available year round. Swimming is a coeducational experience as is bowling and golf. Howev- er, weight lifting and track are for men only. Women have the sole right to mod- ern dance and fencing. Touche. One may also choose among gymnas- tics volleyball archery football, and baseball Heading the 13 member faculty is Chena Gilstrap The athletic sector has 5 more members and is administered through the PE department A bachelor of arts degree is now being offered in the field of physical education for those physically inclined toward excellence ,,....-Q--"""' 163 4 l i 1 E l t as ,,,,,,...1 l ociology The sociology department blew out the candles on its tenth anniversary cake last semester, while waiting to see ifthe proper authorities provide the icing with a mas- ter's degree program. Buoyed by steady growth, new courses, and continued community research, the department has added courses in criminal justice and anthropology. In another new course, "Man and His World," the department invites lecturers from various disciplines - psychology, language, history, government, literature, and science A to present different views of society. After the speakers make their presenta- tions, students divide into smaller groups for more detailed analysis. Ten faculty members direct the work of 466 majors, the increased enrollment being a result of mushrooming social problems, Dr. Williams said. 1611 Blaine T. Williams, Acting Chairman Sociology Department Chapin Ross, A cling Chairman Speech-Drama Department SJW? W S eech- rama As the Little Theatre gained a major in the field of speech and drama, excitement rose in the gamut of plays produced during the 1970-71 season. Opening the year were readings from "Spoon River Anthology" directed by Richard Slaughter. "Juno and the Pay- cock," an Irish tragi-comedy, followed. The most patronized performance ofthe year was "Future Shocks" under the direc- tion of Mary Lou Hoyle. "Future Shocksv was a contemporary rock-musical which dared to make social comments on many touchy topics including the Viet Nam War and politics. The Spring semester saw the production of "The Rivals" in University Theatre. UTA boasts a winning debate team which has gone far in their many competi- tions. David Groner and Ronald S. Mc- Crory sponsor the debaters. With the com- ing of a major to the department, the number of courses was expanded as was the faculty. of-,. Q4--"' iff J.-wi I 166 I M ,,,,, , Wg William R. M eacham, Chairman Biology, Department it ls' i 5 9 Biology Through the creme-colored halls of the Life Science Building wander multitudes of Biology majors who plan to continue some aspect of their studies professionally. One may also see those wandering the halls in persuit ofa covering for an ex- posed skeleton. In any event, biology in- structors point the way to a career which keeps the spirit of questioning alive and flourishing eternally. From his third floor office Dr. William Meacham discovers that heading a depart- ment of approximately 25 courses out of some 33 offered can be hectic. When the afternoonls quiet labs are disturbed by confused students who seek the answers to myriads of unanswerable dilemmas such as evolution, pollution, and the conserva- tion of life, they have approached the fields of special attention in the department. Scheduled field trips in natural history or aquatic biology along with a new sum- mer trip to Wyoming can keep the roving biologist busy on his own. Nevertheless, after whiling away three or four hours in pursuit of a gramstained microbe or trac- ing the flow of blood in the arteries of a dogfish shark, students offer blessings for the five lab manuals UTA professors pub- lish. Widening the level of understanding, many professors do outside work for sci- entific journals also. In their respective fields all the professors contribute long hours for the enlightenment of the biologi- cal public. 167 Chemistry Having achieved a workable formula for being dynamic, the chemistry depart- ment has reached a state of hyperactivity. New equipment, new courses, and many new ideas have bombarded procedures, mixed with the curriculum, and blended into a whole new study of chemistry. Somehow in the era of inflation, the department - by procedures unrevealed - acquired a grant of over 550,000 to remodel its quarters. The fourth floor, formerly used by biology, is now utilized by chemistry researchers. In fact, it houses the larger of two new Nuclear Magnetic Resonance QNMRJ Spectrometers. Cost- ing over S50,000,"The Beasta' and its smaller brother were purchased in part by another grant from the Research Corpora- tion. By improving research facilities, undergraduates are encouraged to use the facilities. A chemistry clinic in room 324 Science Hall is staffed with teachers donating their time to supervise and help students in chemical distress. The clinic also has its own growing library of books and pam- phlets of interest to chemically inclined students and faculty members. aw, 4' Q vs ,Q-if wwf .4-wr" ...N-,.-...M nv' l Q l I A--ffk W, , . 1. gag . 9. if iff Q.: . V f x . V V 22,15 1 'A at Q X 48 ' Q ..f ' K! , 1 r 1 i l in . fm? 'K ,"" HQQQ ' ia, 1 V, gt f Q M M1 5 I ill IX X Zt. wif 0 Vs V L 1 nw A 'L .. f 4 W 4.11 y ' w s ' x qw 'Y I rim H- "Mil if-F 3 1 . W., -V X fy. '. W' ' 'N , Q Sa 2 V . , va X M! I f wmv-vnnwwf uv' 4 ,ff A1 ,X Donald R. Martin, Chairman Chemistry Department Geology The department of geology offers stu- dents an understanding of the concepts which formed the earth and the forces which are still working upon its formation. Students work with various types of rocks and maps through which they trace the earth's early development. Headed by John D. Boon, the geology department initiated a master of science degree program this year. Also during the 1970-71 academic year, the department completed its move to the Business-Life Science Building, and as in recent years, the enrollment continued to increase. One of the more unique aspects of the department is its mascot, Queen Tut, a full-grown elephant who has lived in stor- age crates since her death. She was at one time buried on the UTA campus by the geology department, but later exhumed due to lack of space. She will resume her skeletal stature when room is available. --Q Basil M. Wall, Chairman Mathematics Department Mathematics Behind geometrically designed brick walls, the math department is constantly searching for another variable. In fact, multi-variable calculus, partial differen- tiations, math models, and strong solids help build mathematical foundations need- ed for a balanced survival. Five new courses, new textbooks, com- puters, and up-to-date teachers blend numbers and techniques into an over-all exact science. Mathematics is taught by 51 teachers, nineteen of whom hold docto- rates in mathematics. A math clinic is available for studnets of any level who need assistance with course work. Along with the new buildings and prac- tices, the faculty is making other impacts on the campus. Robert and Richard Mitchell have written a new text on ab- stract algebra, while others express them- selves in many university events including sports. Mathematics is an interest, a dedica- tion, and a way of life for many who have taken the sine and cosine seriously. KX. f'ihlm., 171 fff.. 5 fi Ji M9 , if W 5' it he 0 'Wes A, wr L M' 172 'M Through the use of complex equipment, such as galvanometers, the neophyte physicist learns a practical application for the principles he learns in lectures and assigned readings. MM . .,.,.,...,. .. f l 4 - ,ig -1 J 5 5 W f NN' Physics students learn about matter and energy and their interactions in such jields as mechanics, heat, electricity, atomic structure, and nuclear phenomena as courses progress. "Contrary to popular opinion, physics is not difficultf' according to department chairman Louis A. Rayburn. He explains various approaches to physics. Liberal arts students take a conceptual view of the sub- ject, learning the how and why of physical phenomena, whereas science majors learn the technical laws and applications. Real- izing the varied interests of students, the department is responsive to their needs. Introductory physics, a general ap- proach directed to students in any field, has no math prerequisites. Also, the de- partment sponsors a physics clinic staffed by undergraduate students to help with problems of the subject. Integrating what is learned in other classrooms, the department uses examples of everyday life in lectures and lab sessions. New in the department is an X-Ray de- fraction apparatus used in research. Housed on the first floor of the Science Building, the physics department is at- tempting to teach the individual with his needs in mind. P sics Louis A. Rayburn, Chairman Physics Department 4 in 9 ,jp U 1, 'Nfol K' Q' Y Y, 71, m KXQ as x 4, X w S A, w fy 1 ,W ? 3 EW ,ww 3. i 2 4 My as Q , 4 X 1 ' 1 ix x , f , V, MY4 'ff S xx, xp! f Z I V ip ,f ,skank Xi ' ' 5 , W, 'sw 1' 4' N5 1 A11 2 t O 1 . - .. 1 7 1 1 Congress Members I 6 , ...,,, J f ffft Randy Boyd 4'-'Q'-9 'et 1 Bill Fleming Randy Ford Gayle Gorsich Jan Kirby Chris Noland Melvin Wayne Plemons Kent Reece Phil Riddle an X l X ,r M 'I B" 19,3 X' if .1 ix 7 ' A f . EJ M , ' 1 , ,,,,,, A :I- .16 v . ju- 4, f ' 1 A ki .A 5 X -1 J ' 11 1 664, ',f,r : I::5 .3 WY . fa. Q Nancy Roper Steven Senter Thomas Thornton QW Hal Throne If Mk V Bill waiwn it I ' Charles Wheatley judicial Board Rusty Jones Al Pick Eric White V, ,.-If v 2' J gina N-'lr Q' 4 1 .1 1' NN' A Am K A X, ,. I tudent Congress Beginning the year with a budget ofSl 3, 975, Student Congress outlined plans for student involvement in university affairs. Congress President Hugh Moore at- tended the Association of Student Govern- ment President-to-Presidents Conference in Washington, D.C., the Texas Intercolle- giate Student Association Conference in Austin and the Association of Student Government National Convention in LasVegas. In addition, Moore appointed 64 stu- dents to 19 campus committees. Among congress projects this year were the stu- dent discount program, a draft counseling service, athletic recruitment program, teacher assignment list and teacher evalua- tion program. The Student Judicial Board is part of Student Congress, consisting of members appointed by the congress president. The main function of the Supreme Court of the university is to hear appeals of campus traffic violations and to hear questions concerning the constitutionality of Student Congress. A monthly salary of S225 is paid to the congress president. The vice-president re- ceives S150 monthly and a presidential as- sistant is paid S100 per month. The president and vice-president of Stu- dent Congress are elected at large by the str' lent body. The president must have completed 42 semester hours with 24 in residence at UTA. The student body president must be enrolled for at least nine semester hours and have an overall grade-point ratio of at least 1.25. He must have served as a mem- ber of congress for a minimum of six months. All congress members must be enrolled for at least nine semester hours at UTA and have an overall grade-point ratio of at least 1.0. Members must have completed at least 12 semester hours at UTA at the time of their election to the Congress. Congress members not photographed are Louis Barron, Jeff Barton, Jamie Bod- iford, Alan Gerhardt, Linda Haskins, and Melvin Pincus. Also, John Preston, Jon Ransom, Lyn Simpson, David Strother, John Warkentin, and Gary Westfall. Judicial Board members not pictured are Mike Barksdale, Bob Helpinstill, and Sandra Lott. Congress President Hugh Moore listens to a debate at one ofthe bi-weekly meetings. Regular meetings are open Io the student body, and discussions involving campus issues sometimes erupt into arguments. President Hugh Moore presents a welcoming plaque to visiting C hancellor-Elect Charles Le Maistre during the haU'time activities at the Texas Lutheran game. 177 S--.es sk -5-,t,. 5...- ww. Members aISIz1denI Activities board meeting are Cindy Miracle, Terry Newman, Shirley Birehfield, La Verne MeGowen, John Carolyn Waddell, Steve Smith, Martha Craighead, Cheryl Elder, While, David Slrolher, Paz Reeves, and Martha Hurley. W V t W X Mar" ' . J 'Wu-w,,M-W faatwfv Q ' . aw W if Z ' W- . sas, L , . W ' , Z fn' A' if La Verne M cGo wen holds conference for Entertainment Council. l 78 The Student Activities Board paused at mid-semester for some soul-searching be- fore moving into '71 with a new approach to entertainment and a revamped council aimed at community help. A November conference at Texas Chris- tian University provided impetus for the Community Service Involvement Council which absorbed the Hospitality Council - mainly the UTA Birthday Party in March, Mam'selles' sponsorship, and assorted receptions. The Entertainment Council, promoter of the Supremes at Homecoming and the December ski trip to the French Alps, shifted gears too, toward buying block tickets to off-campus shows. "We felt this way we could offer bigger names and a wider variety," said SAB Director Caro- lyn Waddell. State Senator Barbara Jordan head- lined the Forums Council fall schedule, followed by Laszlo Tikos, an expert on underground Soviet literature, and Jeff Jones, radical student body president at UT Austin. US Senators John Tower and George McGovern were slated for the spring. The Leadership Evaluation and Devel- opment Council added a sensitivity session to its January calendar and retained the regular fall and spring conferences. The Arts and Films council kept pace with movies in University Theatre, while also presenting "Future Shocksl' written and staged by UT Arlington students. tudent Activities Board 7' Lee Rogers and Shirley Burchjield look excited by action- packed moment on Entertainment Council, dance conzmittee. Publicity Council, SA B's ballyhoo dispenser, had a homecom- ingposter burned ojfthe business building by vandals. Hospitality Council hosts mini-goblins at party for faculty children. Pressbooks never nzade such lighthearted reading as in an Arts and Films Council meeting. Here members select spring campus movies. 179 Dean Ruth Crary Compares notes with Mrs. Ina Lipscomb, former dean of wom- en, during the open house held at Lip- scomb Hall lastjoll. The women 's dormi- tory, which houses 343 students was namedjor Mrs. Lipscomb. l 180 sniff'-K'M,z k"""'hnp-6 yi "T G - "' ""'--Qu, ,Xp -3.4 uk g k . NDN X ' XX "Q-N.,,,..,f ,eff ' 4. s KAW. , . X ?t'a Af-. Inter- orm Planning social activities is only part of the overall job of the Inter-Dormitory Council, headed by John Preston, presi- dent, Wayne Plemons, vice-presidentg and Louis Wittkower, treasurer. Promoting liberalized curfew and fight- ing a dorm rate hike, the council emerged, as more than party planners. The IDC, which represents dorm resi- dents in Student Congress, voted in Janu- ary to lengthen visitation to a maximum 79 hours per week at Trinity House and Brazos Hall and 66 hours at Pachl. UTA thus became the first state-supported school to approve extended visiting hours and later curfew. Preston, Plemons, and Wittkower pre- sented opposition to higher dorm rent at the Board of Regents' January meeting in Dallas, claiming university officials had underprojected expected revenues to be received from campus housing. Despite their efforts, the increase of S25 for air- conditioned dorms and S20 for unair-con- ditioned, during long terms, was approved. Members ofthe Inter-Dorm Council. Front Row: Vickie White, Sherry Larson, Nikki Massey. Patti Wooldridge, Ann Wilder. Second Row: Dean Ruth Crary -- sponsor, Calvin Brooks, Mark Palvi, Louis Wittkower, Robert Wittkower, Kent Gardner. Back Row: Ron Shults, Wayne Plemmons, Phil Danton, Pedro Reyes, Leslie Albin, John Preston. ouneil 181 Dorm Councils Brazos House Council . . . two dances with all other dorms . , . held small parties for Brazos residents officers: John Preston, presidentg Les Albin, vice president. Lipscomb Hall Council sponsored reception attended by Mrs. Ina Lipscomb, for whom the hall was named . . , acquired new dorm hours . . . officers: Nikki Mas- sey, presidentg Dina Coe, vice president. Pachl Hall Council . . . mixer with Lip- scomb . . . officers: Louis Wittkower, presidentg Jesse Reyes, vice presidentg Jeff Prather, secretary-treasurer. Trinity House Council . . . helped with dorm Thanksgiving party . . . held supper for residents in October . .. gained pool tables, remodeled, replaced stolen TVs . . . officers: Ron Shults, presidentg Mark Pol- vi, vice presidentg Stephen Anders, secre- tary-treasurer. it' BTW, V ' wx Q. FF b e Q nt, 1 M , ,N A K 5919533255 tv, i y 'iiiU"QL M13 ?iWYk f ar . i , it K .iiiifeiwt si greg 55 H.hi?f?35'ii?f'5i?25f5t?i5 'sr v . J ' , 3 . ga, , ,rag K .A- xfis' 71,1-Effiitji sl gt ef fli 'li' I eiwiiitferiqg t Q V f. i.,.:..i if xx .sf mi, RS .1--'z 5 ,,, y Q ,., L ' mm Xswe' f ez M,,l:'.. At ,.,11iww"' 5 s t Members ofthe Trinity Dorrn Council. Front Row: David Jennings, Fred Lowe, Jones, James Couch, Jim Parker, David Kallus, Lyn Simpson, John Trojaeek, David Birdwell, David Connally, Gray Padjield, Terry McComas, Lee Cox, Phil Steve AHd6fS. Danton, Topper Sowden. Back Row: Robert Cunningham, Bob Giles, Rusty 182 :limo 1 w- . C M Q ,., I E b ' f W, If Pbbbb , , ,gg Members of'Lipscon1b Hall Dorm Council. Carolyn Bradford, Dina Coe, Sue Gibson, Nikki Massey. Not pictured are Laura Brown, Rosemary Estes, Martha Martin, Teresa Price, Sherry Strong, Patti Wooldridge. iw I iv x I rx-f-Q Wx N 'S ' fe? xt? x w 1 se - . 332291, l X4 f'X N X x 2 Members of the Brazos Dorm Council. Front Row: Chester Archer, Lloyd Lassen, Robert Martinez. Second Row: John Preston, Wayne Plemons, Les Albin. Back Row: Bill Richey, Greg Pearce, Gary Clack. 5-3 NiiQ!iHi1iri1li1l I N I . I I V E! P P 1 tzi. 1 I I i ' I . A L. ..+ 1 A ki I .. R? A x - Members ofthe Pachl Dorm Council: Ronnie Barnard, Lany Ford, Henry K earney, Dale Sellers, Jesse Reyes, Mollie Heinze f sweetheart, Louis W ittko wer, Coy Rhodes, Randy Pillyant, David Nesmith. 183 Constituent Councils Joint Council of Student Engineers . . . promoted Engineering Cpen House, Out- standing Teacher Award officers: Randy Burkett, president, Frank Kuban, vice-presidentg Bob Stiles, secretaryg Charles Clayton, treasurer. School of Science Constituent Council . . , hosted Science Open House . , . gath- ered student opinion on courses, books, and professors . . . invited guest speakers on campus . . . officers: Daniel G. Bump chairman, Karen Stark, secretary- treasurerg Robert D. Johansen parliamentarian. Liberal Arts Student Assembly . . . dis- tributed student tudor booklets . . . offi- cers: David Strother, president, JeffJohns, first vice-presidentg Linda Haskins, second vice-presidentg Carol Banks, secretary, Clemmie Cummins, treasurer. School of Business Constituent Council . l . polled students on teacher evaluation . . . officers: Ken Bledsoe, president, Doug Jackson, vice-president, Brent Haley, sec- retary, Brian Haley, treasurer. 7 7 4 ea X wx , J ,, gp Members ofthe Constituent Couneiljor the School ofBSc'ienee. Front Row: Rich- Buck Row: Charles Locke, Robert Johansen, Daniel Bump, Dennis H-lllllltlllli ard Taylor, Richard Roberts, Mike Daugherty, Karen Beeman, John Ptacek. Dennis Dickerson, Karen Stark. 'HQ 'R Members ofthe Constituent Counfilfor the School of'Business.' Brent Haley, Steve Klepper, Doug Jackson, lxen Bledsoe, Danny Farmer, Brian Haley, Don R itehey, Larry Nelson. Members of the Constituent Council for the School of Engineering. Front Row: Senter, Davis Parson. Back Row: Dr. John Patterson e sponsor, Charles Birk- Dean A. E. Salis, George Kitamura, Charles Clayton, Randy Burkett, Ron head, Sam Endres, Don Brister, Bill Waldroop. Bob Evans, Greg Leaman, Gary James, Charles Peterson, Duryl Bailey A sponsor. Second Row: Walt Ham- Holtzclaw, Leslie Deal. mond, David Wade, Don Lautner, Bob Stiles, Frank Kuban, Mike Bennett, Steve 185 Armine Abs, Beta Gamma Sigma. Donna Finch Adams, Alpha Chi. David Agee, Kappa Kappa Psi, Tau Bera Sigma Beau. Richard Albin, Tau Bela Pi. Stephen Anderson, Pi Tau Sigma. Elaine Arm- strong, Tau Bela Sigma. Shirlianne Ashley, Alpha Chi. James' S. Bailey, Era Kappa Nu. Ivan G. Bain, Chi Epsilon. Tai-Shan Barnett, Alpha Chi. Lori Bar- rett, Tau Beta Sigma. Cindy Baw, Alpha Chi. Mary Ann Beaty, Phi Alpha Theta. Dan- ny Beaver, Tau Beta Pi. Karen Beeman, Alpha Chi. Mike Bennett, Alpha Pi Mu. John Benson, Jr., Kappa Kappa Psi. Clifford J. Bishop, Sigma Gamma Epsi- lon. John Blanton, Tau Bela Pi. Paul R. Blasche, Efa Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi. Les- lie Boyd. Chi Epilsoh. Gary Brammer, Alpha Chi. Thomas Brantley, Kappa Kappa Psi. Ber- nard Braslield, Alpha Chi. Douglas Bris- ter, Sigma Gamma Tau. Paul Brotcke, Chi Epsilon. Matthew Brown, Alpha Chi. l86 .. Honorar raternities f fx . I ff rar' Alpha Chl 1 MEMBERSHIP y , M. l ,kg QUALIFICATIONS: 5 x -2 - , . .sf . Q5 eff! I 1525. say . "Ea :Nik -or ev we-. 'Q 1 .Q we . i a X Q . v 1 1 5 ..- I- 5559? I S 1 Q I ' Y, . 19' 9' I fi' If i 1' . 4 J .. r - .- ,l was -ij, 'I it ily!! :gif ll '. .' -umngalt NI !-Effllll " I -I if 0 60 HOURS AND ABOVE 0 GRADE-POINT AVERAGE OF 2.5 OFFICERS: President . . . Jerry Jackson Vice-President . . . Bill McNary Alpha Pi Mu MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: 0 UPPERTHIRDOF SENIORSIN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING CLASS 0 UPPERFIFTHOF JUNIORSIN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING CLASS 0 UNANIMOUS VOTE OF MEMBERSHIP OFFICERS: President . . . David Leslie Levy Vice-Pres . . . Sidney M. Bennett Treas . . . William Houston McNary Corr. Sec . . . Charles Hill Rec. Sec .... John Kelly Nelson K -vv-.4 ' 4 f ' 'W' I ,Y .5 .N....lx W . . . S k I ifhhf-. 2452 ,i '1:. " 5" ,., ' Q, I ppp. ,y. 1 X fi ,,v: ' A Y X 'Q r I W I I- -if 'I-J V? 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James Sentak Sec.-Treas .,.. Jim Eagle .A ?"e'r eeee Sw .I A I J... re RVVN 1 . IA ua IQ I x .,,, ..--Y -Z. ,QA mu. TX fx . William Cade, Beta Gamma Sigma, Al- pha Chi. Sam Candill, Alpha Chi. Robert W. Carnes, Pi Tau Sigma. Carl Carruth, Alpha Pi Mu. Opal Chadwick, Alpha Chi. James Chamberlain, Alpha Pi Mu. Rod- ney Cleland, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Kenneth Cooper, Alpha Chi, Phi Alpha Theta, Sigma Tau Delta. Mark Cooper, Sigma Tau Delta. Linda Corbin, Tau Beta Sigma. Karen Crook, Sigma Delta Pi. Nolan Cummings, Alpha Chi. Gerald W. Dan- iels, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi. Robert C. Davis, Chi Epsilon, Alpha Chi. Leslie Deal, Sigma Gamma Tau. Patti Dean, Sigma Delta Pi. William De Keyson, Chi Epsilon. John De Loach, Phi Alpha Theta. Marthalu Dieterich, Sigma Tau Delta. Don Dixon, Eta Kappa Nu. Bonnie Dove, Alpha Chi. V. J. Driggers, Tau Beta Sigma. Bruce Dundas, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Chi, Eta Kappa Nu. David C. Dunsworth, Tau Bela Pi. Robert Eastlake, Pi Tau Sigma. Janice Edgin, Sigma Tau Delta. Samuel D. Endres, Eta Kappa Nu. Robert Evans, Pi Tau Sigma. James M. Fitzgerald, Beta Gamma Sigma. H. P. Foster, Alpha Chi, Pi Tau Sigma. 187 Penny Fuller, Tau Beta Sigma. Oscar Garza, Sigma Delta Pi. Dorothy Gazda, Alpha Chi. William Grady, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Alpha Chi. Billy Green, Beta Gamma Sigma. Ranald Grotti, Eta Kappa Nu. Brian W. Haley, Beta Gamma Sigma. Norman Ham, Jr., Sigma Delta Pi. Walt E. Ham- mond, Sigma Gamma Tau. S. D. Harri- son, Chi Epsilon. Jane Hembree, Tau Beta Sigma. Susan Hembree, Alpha Chi. Alice Henderson, Plzi Alpha Theta. Charles Hill, Alpha Pi Mu. Dwight Hill, Eta Kappa Nu, Alpha Ch' l. Walter Holland, Omicron Delta Epsilon. Gary Holtzclaw, Alpha Chi, ChiEpsil0n John Hoskins, Eta Kappa Nu. Rita Hovend, Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Chi. Rachel Howell, Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Chi. Gabriel Hoyos, Eta Kappa Nu. Ray Hubbard, Phi Alpha Theta, Kappa Kappa Psi. Vivian Hugghins, Sigma Tau Della. Ronald James, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma. Lynne Jasheway, Alpha Chi, Sigma Tau Delta. Benny Johnson, Eta Kappa Nu, Alpha Chi, Tau Beta Pi, John Johnson, Sigma Gamma Tau. Rebecca Johnson, Alpha Chi, Sigma Tau Delta. Ronald Johnson, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. James R. Jones, Eta Kappa Nu. 188 as Ex mn il, ' ' x 4 .I X , ' AQ . , --1 ! 2 ., 'xnxx' gs 51 X V- 4 it rift' I ' 'I 55 S . x ,Q xx sf' a A N' f x t f ff 1 X .M S I0 X 4 v . f ,, , ' fi , f 2 kgs., i I f Q 3, X v ,M Q, . , M is Q 1 ts fda A 4 A : . 5 - ,Nr l t .f 31 ' '., f' 17, . I f 1 E V 44 , x Big 'f, 'U . 11 --S.. . .3 X , 4' M -iv-v A-' w 'Q p M. .., y 3- 1,2 .ic -9, X. M ry ' in I N, we 52 Q X 141 s xvx . I 'QV' 4-aww, MIA Q.. . ..-,M i.. 1 ......... 1 We .S Su .... ..... - ..f..--'ef-ez Eta Kappa Nu MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MAJORS TOP 25 PER CENT OF JUNIOR CLASS COMPLETION OF 68 SEMESTER HOURS TAKING JUNIOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB TOP THIRD OF SENIOR CLASS TAKING SENIOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB OFFICERS: President . . . Michael J. Sowers Vice-Pres. . . Frank S. Kuban Treasurer . . . William M. Grady Corr. Sec. . . . Paul Blasche Rec. Sec. . . . Bruce Dundas Kappa Kappa Sl MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: 0 1.0 GRADE-POINT AVERAGE 0 ONE SEMESTER IN LONE STAR REBEL BAND OFFICERS: Pres .... Milton S. Strong Vice-Pres .,.. Mickey D. Nowell Sec .... Robert M. G. Luke Treasurer . . . Steve Scaggs Pi Tau Sigma MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: 0 COMPLETION OF 70 HOURS 0 FULL TIME STUDENTS 0 TOP 15 PER CENT OF JUNIOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CLASS 0 TOP 20 PER CENT OF SENIOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CLASS 0 SOUND ENGINEERING ABILITY OFFICERS: President . . . Kenneth W. Miller Vice-Pres .... Stephan Anderson Treasurer . . . Ronald N. James Secretary . . . James Cecil Lillard Sigma Gamma Epsilon MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: 0 1.7 GRADE-POINT AVERAGE OVERALL 0 2.0 GRADE-POINT AVERAGE IN EARTH SCIENCES 0 14 OR MORE HOURS OF EARTH SCIENCES OFFICERS: Pres .... Ronald Owen Johnson Vice-Pres .... David Skiles Sec.-Treas .... Ruben Martinez Corr. Sec .... David Hoyt que-' l 'SS Q 'X ' 1 K I t. 'L " Y X , , . 'X sqm 1 M- , azzaa: Q . fw mf. 4 -im. ,' A.. , P I . ' f . ' if - .., -i. --w Eu '. W .1 N .,, A .t . k ,. N . swf 1 ' A se ,,,, a N Q fam V' 1 I 'ff , -v 5 : f 1179- , is ff 0 I 4 iw .Q . 1 f' fi f E it at 'QS ,fm Wu f fer at-W " X A off 1 . .- 1 Gif? fa . Q , - , .55 'f'fe- F rw . iv' vii" Izt . Wig.-if-. , .ga 1 A ' X .W 'ST' I N 5... 5 y is 4 ibm... 'gjft t .. . iq- Q jj, it ,,-. 'img I 'V hh, 7 Q . X X f:""i 'Qt . - A I 1 VY: ,. .... 4, failfuj, A- , 1. Q L-'NTT ' I, U' 2:"if1i' S , Henry Kearny, Alpha Chi, Eta Kappa Nu. Lillian Sandra Kerr, Phi Alpha Theta, Alpha Chi. Roger Kinnard, Phi Alpha Theta. Gwendolyn Kovac, Sigma Delta Pi. An- thony Kovacher, Jr., Sigma Gamma Epsi- lon. Frank Kuban, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kap- pa Nu. Steve Lacy, Eta Kappa Nu. Charles Lan- ier, Eta Kappa Nu. David Levy, Tau Bela Pi, Alpha Pi Mu, Alpha Chi. Donald Liles, Alpha Pi Mu. James Lil- lard, Pi Tau Sigma. Robert Luke, Kappa Kappa Psi. Fred Maluf, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Jimmy Mann, Kappa Kappa Psi. Glenn Marris, Kappa Kappa Psi. Ruben Martinez, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Floyd May, Alpha Pi Mu. Dianna Mays, Tau Beta Sigma. Travis Mc Clinton, Al- pha Pi Mu. Robert Mc Cormick, Kappa Kappa Psi. Howard Mc Daniel, Jr., Phi Alpha Theta. William Mc Nary, Alpha Chi, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu. Robert Mc Ree, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon. Kenneth Miller, Pi Tau Sigma. Gary Mitchell, Sigma Gam- ma Epsilon. Charles Moncrief, Eta Kappa Nu. David Moore, Pi Tau Sigma. Hugh Moore, Al- pha Chi. Trula Moore, Sigma Tau Delta. Glen Morris, Kappa Kappa Psi. 189 Rita Morris, Phi Alpha Theta. Kent MOSS, Eta Kappa Nu. Robert Mozelews- ki, Kappa Kappa Psi. n Royce Mullens, Chi Epsilon. Pam Myers, Alpha Chi, Sigma Delta Pi. Rosemary Navrin, Phi Alpha Theta. Gary Nelson, Tau Bela Pi, Eta Kappa Nu. John Nelson, Alpha Pi Mu. Mickey Now- ell, Kappa Kappa Psi. Kenneth Oxford, Eta Kappa Nu. Sammy Parker, Alpha Pi Mu. Walton Parker, Phi Alpha Theta. Donna Peterson, Tau Beta Sigma. Ann Pilkington, Tau Beta Sigma. Larry Plas- ter, Sigma Gamma Tau. Barbara Qualls, Tau Beta Sigma. Alan Reed, Kappa Kappa Psi. Jimmy Richard- son, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. James Rine- walt, Alpha Chi. Larry Robbins, Sigma Gamma Tau. Ken Roselle, Alpha Chi, Phi Alpha Theta. Steve Scaggs, Kappa Kappa Psi. Sandy Schkade, Alpha Chi. Roberta Scott, Al- pha Chi. Sandra Sechrest, Phi Alpha Theta. Rhonda Sechrist, Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Chi. Nancy Seth, Alpha Chi. David Skiles, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Dawson Smith, Alpha Pi Mu. Michael Smith, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. 190 I9 ,,,, wa'-S, 31. - Aff' 'KB' rv "' N .S - W X' T w . , R - A -Q h I its .I 'T F - T K i .P N .. 1' T5 N., 4, . . L . 1 Y 4' E '-.ixq "- XA I ' -x ,A ff :fs Q x this X Q A Agn" N . Q5 Z L . I " ' V.. W fig' . ff , JS , A . ' "' ,S i- " 'W A "--" ff-' fp Fi ' +A J S ' ' x. f A I I ' , Q-. ,ff A, 1 Q , is 4 4 Igi ...fin l fl . NN X X .ff V h Is, gr ' E . AAG X ' ...M P --- .V ' 'T ' I A ...Qi at . f ttt A fwswg V. .,... Q ""' f f I MMT-. vw F X I A A ,yii 5 X v ' S ft -- . A av X V ,'..' Wiz' -r+ 1 it S A , K :V A I4 A drag - ' x .Q 5 .yy 4 u gif' -QP, A f'f Mi' l S9 fl' 5 U an A A i ' f , , qs., ,,. - K M .- Q.. S W gl I at 5. h a f, x X N N S X fiwlv at . Tau Beta P1 MEMBERSHIP S UALIFICATIONS: I Q 0 ENGINEERING MA.IORS o UPPER FIFTH OF SENIOR ENGINEERING MAJORS 0 UPPER Y JUNIOR ENGINEERING CLASS OFFICERS: President . . Vice-Pres. . W Corr. Sec .... it Rec. Sec. . 3? EIGHTH OF A N Samuel D. Endres Robert W. . Carnes, Jr. Frank Kuban David Dunsworth ft? Treas. . . . Walter E. Hammond Sigma Delta P1 MEMBERSHIP UALIFICATIONS: lil Q 0 OVERALL GRADE- POINT AVERAGE OF 2.0 ' 0 EXCELLENCE IN ll ff. STUDY OF HISPANIC 4 t LANGUAGE AND E? LITERATURE S5 o SOPHOMORE is f STANDING NE :lt S o COMPLETION OF E THREE HOURS IN it HISPANIC J LITERATURE P OFFICERS: N 9 : 1 .gg is SA ,. wg Pres ..., Norman N. Ham. Jr. Vice-Pres .... Oscar R. Garza Sec.-Treas. . . Pamela Myers .gg il I , . ,,. A an x f ' S .ii mi, t 1- ,fm . -P R ...A J W tak S, P- P 2 .ave II ,ig 'ill 115 ,QQ Vg 3 s yefff '54-A ,V ,., - if .... NN-N I in SEE .z ,II .QE :I .W IS gi! 'ii iii Ii- I is is Eli i Nr . --z , L Sf, wx- f- gy new g g awww-0 5 lf. il l """"' Slgma Gamma Tau MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: o 2.0 GRADE-POINT AVERAGE 3 o TOP 25 PER CENT OF JUNIOR AEROSPACE S ENGINEERING CLASS w e o TOP 33 PER CENT OF A SENIOR AEROSPACE ,ge ENGINEERING CLASS li if f o TAKING APPROPRIATE , AEROSPACE ENGINEERING sf-A-J 3 COURSES A 0, OFFICERS: Pres .... Walter Edward X Hammond 22 Vice-Pres .... Douglas E. Brister Q Secretary . . . John A. Johnson Treas ..., Stanley K. Speegle iw M Slgma Tau Delta ig .. A MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: V , 1 o JUNIOR STANDING ' P o 15 HOURS COMPLETED AT UT ARLINGTON Ei o 2.0GRADE-POINT I I AVERAGE OVERALL o 2.0 GRADE-POINT . ez: AVERAGE IN ENGLISH 1 o ENGLISH MAJORS OFFICERS: if 2, , President . . . Rhonda Sechrist Vice-Pres. . . . Randall iq Yarbrough Sec.-Treas. . . . Constance Maxson A Tau Beta Slgma MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS: o FEMALE o SERVED ONE SEMESTER IN UTA BAND Q o 1.0 GRADE-POINT AVERAGE OVERALL o INITIATION BY INVITATION .1 OFFICERS: President . . . Barbara A. Qualls Vice-Pres .... Penny J. Fuller Secretary . . . Jane E. Hembree Corr Sec Ann Pilkington Treas Elaine Armstrong U" 4' X ,' tg! 19 U sw.. A 5' Y i 'Q If ' e R A fm 0 R X 21 a Q 'Q Q, ,Tj .w.El.v " 'Aktffl 1 --S s g ..., V , .A . ., fz- is . .5 . is 'S-' 1 ? VM.-v XS, . g xg x AD31' 2.,. , f i fl. , r . -sR- Q , vw . . . 9. sfjj.. 2 M- fi X f - . 1, ' 1 , -. 1 ,Q Wy-'Y . - 5 . J' is 0 WN A ow' , X 0 -S Mr- ,as . if H V .Q , sw- ni 1 at C I ., XX P., I . WI. Chip Jounkin, Kappa Kappa Psi. ff , ...... is M, Qsf f im 0 T '71, , ' a A I lf- A attstff I Michael Smith, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Sammie Smith, Kappa Kappa Psi. Wil- liam D. Smith, Sigma Gamma Tau, Al- pha Chi. Mike Sowers, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu. Richard Spahn, Alpha Pi Mu. Darlyne Steward, Sigma Delta Pi, Alpha Chi. Robert Stiles, Eta Kappa Nu. Milton Strong, Kappa Kappa Psi. Cynthia Tay- lor, Tau Bela Sigma. Donald Thomas, Phi Alpha Theta. Ramona Thorp, Tau Bela Sigma. Philipa Marie Tillery, Sigma Delta Pi. Jenna Troutman, Sigma Tau Delta. Jim Underwood, Kappa Kappa Psi. Larry Vadala, Alpha Chi. Mary Verba, Sigma Tau Delta. Doyle Vice, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Jan- ice Wall, Tau Bela Sigma. Nancy Wesson, Alpha Chi. Janet Wiggins, Tau Beta Sigma. Paul Wiggins, Tau Bela Pi, Pi Tau Sigma. James Wilson, Alpha Chi. Marsha Wilson, Sigma Tau Della. Gay Wright, Tau Beta Sigma. Randy Yar- brough, Sigma Tau Delta. 191 Special Interes rganizations tJ2 4 gi i Alpha Epsilon Pi if The Tau Alpha Colony of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity has enjoyed a very successful year on the UT Arlington campus. We have begun what we think will be an outstanding record f for our fraternity, our university, and ourselves. The fall semester of 1970 marked our first Aff on-campus rush. our first activity as a university organization, and our first community if J service project. Each of these endeavors gained success because of a concerted group effort. This year, the members of Tau Alpha Colony are striving for national recognition and chapterhood. We know that we can be successful because we measure our achievements in l' Alef' Rosenthal in 2. Jack Fischbein ig. 3. C. J. Henderson relation to brotherhood. It is a beginning. A - t 4. Marc Caplan y f 8 .Sidney Goldin . B. A. Goldblatt .Bob Rabicoff . R. Nathan Brin 32:7 'w ' FOR 1' Q 4 65 AA l A N 66 Alpha Phi Omega 'M-'-w mmA Naam Q Ecologists and the Boy Scouts were a bit better off in 70 71 due if to the work done by UTA s chapter of Alpha Phi Omega the No 3 APhiO chapter in the nation last year A park at the corner of Old Mitchell and West streets took shape in late fall through volunteer studentfinstructor efforts and funds collected by APhiO in its Beauty and the Beast contest The trees and other greenery benefitted from l 200 penny votes cast Each year BSLB proceeds are donated to some campus project The Scouts came in for assistance as a result of the lost and found auction in the spring. Unclaimed articles collected by the fra- ternity s lost and found office annually go on the block to raise money for a Boy Scout high school student fund. Items up for grabs included the usual scarves wallets textbooks and umbrel- if las along with four watches of significant value. w APhiO undertook a neighborhood renovation project in Octo- ber. That's 30 members and 15 fall pledges painting houses. vit All this and chose a sweetheart too, Amy Johnson. Officers are Robert Klenzendorf, presidentg Chuck Johnson, .,-9 first vice presidentg Bob McCarty, second vice presidentg Leonard Claunch, recording secretaryg Greg Atwell, corresponding secre- ire taryg and Bob Geurtz, treasurer. Ni, if Eric Kahn Leo Sims Roger Sanford Donny Huber Robbie Pool Ray T. Horman . Nathan Penn . Kirk Edney Dave Dowden M0 vi View . ww 'X-is 1 V .4 -. .gr . , .e my PQ, . Q fur.. . Jerry Akin David Parker Bruce Jones Bill Clayton .Tom Lyons Bennie Rosser Bob McCarty Bill Booth . Chuck Luke QQ? x IXVIU Steve Blair Mike Sipes John Self Mark A. Young .Jimmy Wilson Dave Bowen Larry McKee 193 3 'I B si 43 sz 0 50 '9 IB 45 Q 'l 44 'l az 0 27 zu 39 as 355 34 33 1' 29 25 .- H 23 n zi s , SL . . 1 I0 17 2 3 I2 14 I5 I6 la is 4 in D aptlst Student Unlon ' C7 Last year, the No. l organization in intramural sports was the Baptist Student Union. There may be more here than meets some preconceptions. Emphasizing community missions and MWF noon devotion- als, the BSU seeks to meet student spiritual needs through per- sonal counseling and groups like the UP Singers. Over a hundred students compose the UP Singers 4 member- ship not limited to Baptists - relating the Christian gospel through the folk musical medium. The group has performed in Mexico, Abilene, and other Texas cities, with a national telecast planned. Sponsored by Southern Baptist churches, the BSU programs and activities are coordinated by its executive council of 12 elect- ed students working with Director Rollin Delap. Larry Bell Rollin Delap, Director Barbara Gore Bob Schmidt Sammy Provence Sharon Matthews Don Hayes Carl Kinerd Bruce Dundas Jack Cowan Eddie Laymance Kim Kimbler Marcia Vernon Patty Devall Becky Faughn Les Hart Sally Lyle Donna Lange 19 70 71 72 73 74 5 26 27 28 79 30 31 32 33 34 35 Mark Smith Bruce Snyder Dan Simmons Lynn Lebaron Mike Graham Chris Wood Charles Wheatley Tim Keenan David lobe Andy Carrol Don Rawls Chuck Couch Linda Cleere Mike Attebery Sam Caudill Gary Adkison Mary Gates 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 4l. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 5l. 52 Lynn Marshall Larry Pike Colleen Clark Phil Phillips Chris Copeland Jeri Gibson Karen House, President Brandy Dysary Weldon McLaughlin Gene Novak Eric Colvard Tom Shackleford Milo Strawn Roy Cotton Gary Hoskins Phil Hunter John Hoskins .4 1. I be - if lx .4 .1zv' . g ,li U, f ' 1 ., nf .. 4 --. ' me-'A ' 5 M M "' . if ,I l.. H ' 953 M' XS- 1 ..- V x , . 4. 4. ' . mg, e , ,fr 4 .fi , I - 1, ' ' ' AY P. 9 ' 46 ' Q .c On stage or on the gria'iron, BSU members perform energetically. above, the UP Singers groove out in thejall musical. below, a BSU gridder covers his opponents shirt tail in in- tramural competition. . !! .fl-K ff. , . III' N" Y' S EHS 5 The Wesley Foundation And Canterbury 66143 w Religious-oriented study, dialogue, and recreation are the keynote principles be- hind the Wesley and Canterbury associa- tions, which share the Wesley Foundation building on College Street. Highlights of the WesleyfCanterbury program are Friday noon luncheons, cred- it religion courses, and a film series. The Foundation building is Methodist- sponsored but open to all faiths. The struc- ture itself is three years old, although the Wesley and Canterbury organizations have been on campus several years. Officers of the steering committee this spring are Terry Jordan, chairmang Gwen Followill, secretaryg and Kathy Danvers, treasurer. The Rev. Ron Younkin serves as Episcopal chaplain and the Rev. Dick Lord is campus Methodist minister. 196 S Iudenls in spacious Wesley lounge bridge over conversallon gaps S 2 fn -Q '51, aff may 'cg-gk it 3' 'T ,a sw -i . af! also 5 Q25 off I , Vewman Club. Top Row: Bruce White, Mary Donahue, Kirk Tappe, Bridget Belmont,Jim Doyle. Second Row: Peggy Broyles, VVier, Vicki Chapman, Beverly Chaplin, Judy Johnson, Susan Rick Licana'r0,Joann Parson, Gerala'Scholl. 42:0 Deseret Members: Lynette Barber, Fred Dibson, Susan Qualls, Jerry Johnson, Alice Watson, Jimmy C. Mann, and K enward S eegmiller, Seated. Newman and Deseret Clubs Be it a Catholic approach or Mormon, both the Newman and Deseret clubs share the same primary aim, to further religious and social education of the church on campus. To this end the association of Latter- Day Saints students sponsors fellowships, lectures, and classes pertaining to Mor- mon life. Officers of the Deseret Club, sponsored by Dr. Russ Peterson, are Marcus Hamil- ton, presidentg Jimmy Mann, vice-presi- dentg Susan Qualls, secretary, and Alice Watson, treasurer. Newman Club leaders include Joann Parson, presidentg Gene Hay, vice-presi- dentg Diane Kucera, secretary, Carlos Craff, treasurer, Kirk Wier, parliamenta- riang and Felicia Tatarewic, historian. As- sistance also comes from Dr. Jack Fair- child, sponsor, and Father Gerard Scholl, chaplain. Christian Science Grganization Not as large as the other religious units on campus, but equally sincere, is the Christian Science College Organization, led by .lim Taulman, president. The group promoted a talk in the spring by full-time Christian Science speaker Glenn Rogers. "We were lucky and ho- nored that the Board of Lectureship sent him to UTA," Taulman said. The organization, which upkeeps the Christian Science Monitor literature rack in the student center hall, also maintains a reading room off campus. Meetings are once a week. Handicapped Students Association To help handicapped students function at their best academically and socially by removing personal obstacles - That's the aim of the Handicapped Stu- dents Association, which lists among its accomplishments the wheelchair ramps at UTA campus curbs. Leaders of the HSA have come in for their share of honors. Sam Provence, who co-founded the organization along with Joe Rowe, is a Who's Who in business for l970-71. Rowe, twice a Who's Who, was the first UTA business student to graduate with a perfect 3.0 average. Dan Rodriguez has made the honor roll, while Randy Gallaway won the Baptist Student Union Leadership Award in 1969. President is Dan Rodriguez. - X 3 1 .1' 7 .:. Kass 1 "mf if 5. Q H E mf .def L, f -. A . . K 2 ., v. Q . -' If 55" F5 NWI' -dvd Seated: Gary Ives, James Taulman, Sandi' Cone, K!f"'ff"1d0ff JW MCD0'7"e1.-10 Lyn" MCCWUVY Dorothy Walker, Standing: Dennis McDaniel, Bob 2.5 III II' Hum-an has-summit 'Vt ' 198 'un-nun -...uf lavage' ,Wi Jerry Rowan, Mike Taylor, Charles Lanier, Wayne Lantz, president, Bruce Cleveland, David Banks. fl U Circle K From working with Big Brothers of America to boat-tooling down the Brazos River, the Circle K Club gets around. On campus 15 years, Circle K has devel- oped a tradition of helping with registra- tion each semester and assisting in the dis- tribution of the Reveille. Members sold programs this fall at football home games, at the request ofthe athletic department. Circle K placed first this year in the UTA documentary slide film competition and has received various other service awards. Bridge Club Bridge playing, a popular student center leisure activity, has found a champion in the Bridge Club, organized for three se- mesters and numbering 20 dues-paying members. Co-sponsored by Dennis Danvers and Frank R. Peterson, the club offers dupli- cate matches at its weekly meetings and this year held a tournament to choose UTA representatives to a state-wide contest. 199 .l Top Row: Norrus Nance, Alfonza, Talico Renfra, John Nrorse David Wilson Jesse Jackson Willard Loftzs Don Jackson Jarvis Anderson Third Row Mary Willie Elverron, Fred Thomas. Second Row: Theodore Smith Alun Whiteside Raznei Sandra Hawkins Rhonda Lenzmons Carol1nMcGonan C.A.A.P. Collegians for Afro-American Progress, on the UTA campus since 1967, worked for their goal of establishing a community center and making the breakfast program for the black community in the Mid-cities area a success. For the majority of the school year CAAP members either manned a table in the hallway ofthe SUB or were in other locations ofthe Student Center collecting donations for their pro- jects, and answering questions concerning their projects. 200 i' gift' lluiucr iig T55 ioiowm of wi FCVxQFvURRiAS A M U ! Free University Press ,,,,,,M. ...r , . THE FREE UNIVERSITY PLAYERS presents "Christy's Crew" Virginia Lambrix as Most Exaulted Title Bill Whitney as Christopher Columbus Jan Sprawls as Nina, Pifita, 84 S. Maria Sheila Dickerson as Navigator Randy Yarbrough as Alchemist Clemmie Cummins as First Mate Jim LeRoy as Stowaway Mark Pittard as Barnacle Don Praeger as Eureka Fluid Film And Samuel J. Goldenburg appearing as 3 typewriters, with a cameo appearance by Don Weiss as the Wandering Jew. wi me M. 201 KWH " if 3 7 we r 4 ,,,f,i::.::.' x w a s ii ' " Karate Club With the crime rate increasing, a man needs to be alert to possible hugger-mug- gersg knowledge available from the UTA Karate Club could come in handy sometime. And there's more to karate than break- ing bricks with a shout and kick. President of the club, sponsored by the Texas Karate Institute, is Phillip Ola. 202 i i i ft if Aww S, sr- .,i ' sfx yx ' ,t u tuu u 5531? It Q is K 1 T . if - Q , f , ,f L' f ff Y 2? X x 1 l V fwfr, t,,.34i-tv A 'lifs - jigs'-S, . .3 .fs 1 17 Hot, A, QW, s, FX .sg XX wif , XS an ,Ig it 3 f Q 5 If .- zfi' 3"5GEgLfl'I+f' . lirz., ., CZ: ' ' ,,,, 1 ww .5 . :::z:1"z2a,f- f ,. . .. Zi!-. in if riff 2' f s 58,6 v , 7 . f , sas, , t ,,', N , f W. 'Z - 21- 45 nw Koinonia Koinonia's a service organization - the Greek word roughly translates fellowship plus - and its members apparently take the designation seriously. Two projects this year dealt with the aged and orphans. Sponsored by the Church of Christ Bi- ble Chair, Koinonia formed a singing group to perform at homes for the aged. The club also provided gifts for an or- phans' home and took the kids trick-or- treating on Halloween. The Koinonians threw Homecoming, after-game, Halloween, and Christmas parties, set up a display for Homecoming, and held a spaghetti supper with proceeds going to charity. Active in intramurals, club representa- tives won the first-place sports trophy in a regional convention. 19 ll 20 K ' 2 v x7 1. Randy Wilson 2. Brad Ellis 3. Sandi Jones 4. Paul Phillips, Director 5. Donna Shaddox 6. Ruth Jones 7. Tom McGregor 4 , J '5 s 7 s 9 1' I0 if 0 Iwiiif 8. Mike Laumer 9. Beverly Grogan 10. Marcus McCrary . Vicki Jones 12. Leslie Jones 13. Larry Jones 14. Stan Williams X 15. Susan Bailey 16. Dick Williamson 17. Ricky Flatt 18. Joe Harle 19. Gilbert Yarbrough 20. Stan Smith 'tx 'Ks'- 'r 'P SQ' t ' .xx ' 1' ,I 5. X54 . - I 1353 Q, wits 'ci-K in V' slwsw 1 1 ME? 'M , Y i 1 A 2' lfzi T i Nb Q 3 ivivikofms 1 'ilffff i.-S4 nail 'J' 'i .1 A 225. Q ' K 1.1 , A . J Effie f- .2 . .. Y' 44, ,,:,L,,., .1 , it ,F . 1 5 4 In 1 I v v ' TA 1 , 4 . s ' ' ff' 2 . , K, t Aff ', ' fn, ., an ' N lb 1 1 I' its. Q yay gi il- if ily. I I S ly J ' ,ng 'law u r 'N Y' .L ..w ff its , ,Q ,L Ig.: u."'f'i"'2N .3. Q .f .'L ' fi'-we is M The purpose of the lbero-American . O . Association, relatively new on campus, is IbefO'AfnerlCan ASSOCl3t1OH to further interest and study ofthe cultures in Spanish and Portuguese speaking coun- tries. Activities for the past year included films, slides. dinners, fiestas, and guest speakers. V. Many of the teachers and teaching as- gg . X , , U . 'A fa 5 V t,, .gi 1 if v sistants took part in the programs by , ,M t as i " A- , showing slides from foreign countries. Q 'wif' 'Q f 'w is l ,E I .J My -1 i Q 5 fs' X Rebel Rousers The Rebel Rousers, the official spirit organization on campus, had their work 'W H cut out for them in the football season with a 10-O record. Even though the spirits sometimes lagged, the traditional Rebel tiretruck sparked interest at the games. The Rousers sponsored the fall "Howdy Dance" with SAB. They also sold spirit patches. Guest speakers were also enter- We tained in their breakfast club. Sponsor of L N YM' it-Qs.m,.4w if Q the Rousers is Dr. Glenn T6rl'lll. Sr. Nogueira-Martins, Kent Smith, Rachael Gavia, Scott Harris, Calhe-vR0bertson.Cl1ffSmith. ...., ,,,. ., 5 r 6. .i... . 1 . ,. . ,X i ., 1 t BEL HUUSEHS Frix' Slllllll, Frank Dalian, lxalh-1' Owens, Toni CvlH'HI7IlI1gS,.llldV1'.lUl7llS0l1, Tom Wheeler, Nancy Pounds, Kathy Fowler, Butch Wilkins, Joyce Tuggle, Larry Sininix, CU1Cll.lll'l'.l' l'V6'.X'lI7IUI'L'lC1l1d. 204 Top Row: Norman Cox, Bob Wolters, Danny Boyer, Henry Kearny, Kraig Linquist, Kent Britain, Larry Hamrick. Second Row: Buddy Brown, Joe Jarrett, Joe Spradlin, Sponsor, Wes Fitehison. N, I W Rebel Ham Club members, assisted by sponsor Joe Spradlin, check out radio equipment. Rebel Ham Club Running an amateur radio outlet that's constantly in touch with other stations is enough to whet the enthusiasm of any self- respecting ham operator. The Rebel Ham Club seeks to do just that, to provide a creative vent for students interested in amateur radio. The club, to- taling 25 members, also conducts code and theory classes. Officers are Joe Jarrett, presidentg Wes Atchison, vice-president, and Buddy Brown, secretary. Joe Spradlin serves as sponsor and club trustee. 205 4 if ' ':. . if 2 25' Susann Rogers, Mona Jane Miller, ers, J oseplz Trachier, Skis Karyn Lee, Emily Selby, Marilyn Green, Susie Wade, Jackie Robyns, Alice Janecka, Carol Terry, Jerry Mull, Donna Rog- diff I is Courtney G. Rubens, vice-president, James Renfro, president, Donna Farmer, secretary, James Haanan, Jreasurer 206 Student Art Association Planning special projects for National Art Youth Month in March consumed much of the creative energies of the UTA Student Art Education Association in its first year on campus. Led by officers Joseph Trachier, presi- dentg Mona .lane Miller, vice president, and Marilyn Green, secretary-treasurer, the 17-member organization also attended state and national teachers' conventions. Veteran,s Association When college students of today were in high school an armed forces "veteran" probably meant a World War II ex or maybe a returnee from Korea. Now it also means men after Vietnam, men resuming their formal education, and thus presents an even greater need for a campus organization of news and information. The association held several informal social functions and developed central in- formation sources for help with state and federal benefits, employment opportuni- ties, and financial aid. 110951- Vaqueros As Fort Worth prides itself on being "where the west begins," so are UTA's 20 Vaqueros determined that Arlington won't be where the western legend ends. The Vaqueros, who sponsor at least two rodeos a year, get up a contingent each January to ride in the Fort Worth Fat Stock Show parade. The group had also been in charge ofthe football cannon until its firing was outlawed. Currently led by Mike Burns, president, and Tom Crosthwait, vice-president, the Vaqueros were reorganized three years ago. Sponsors are Bill Roark and Glen Terrell. 207 "1 "1 G FH CD VJ U5 is G E5 SD F11 F1 UQ SD T3 is N DD Fi' is C I3 76 4' Q ffm-ig Z... XM ! 'MRP 38x '-mir Aix vQ Y' , 4 ' 16 ,fy A X if f 1 ' A y 'fs fi xi """"""' -4" Ima. wwmil 5 f f 1 5X ' s, .,f I 7 M we f 1 f I V ' .af If 7 , . .-.,w....,- ,-aww' . ff fa ,, 1, an Q., x Q 1 , WW ,ghmjwwfk ' L """-2-Q-...Nl Nm A ,. Nl Y- , , V m?!xw.v,,, I 'f i M 208 AX ' A ' "1" er -W-My MM WM., fx fs J , 2 I - ti! Sl ,J , X Z ' '-W M 1 I A SLYJ ff xr 5 f 4 ' s ' t,,,,.,...,,.,,,.,,,, . ,,xw W, , Jw . X 9 ,Q U Q is H u at if . v , 'w'LYf""' X! , A 1 p . ' Q X 14 Fungi, .,.,, , .,,,. ,,,, ,., , ,AAAA,,, if f H wwlmmwmwwmwwm 18 Z1 ts H gn 25 ,Q Mime A A "CW Fred Anglln . Bob Matlock 5 . 1, ' -fr 'I r"4' .rfv ,,-MMS.. -W . WA p .as ...,.....-A--A-w 'H 2. g ,...,, 'ww- ,5,..,.,.w.v-- K f' ? , f fe . si' 'is is ' WWW-..N,,,,.,.N-s-wad-f W7 .av X , x , ,.,.,.,WMf Nh 8 - A J' .ftlx -sa ,. wa. i ,- V, 2 . . 4. --'- 3 ' ' f m s ' nf ' ' hx , -if Q 1 Jim Lilly George Gusick Lance Lucas Gary Stocks Norman Patten Carroll Pruitt Steve Waddill Art Smith Leonard Martin Leonard Martinez Michael Click Ed Berndt Mark Brennan 15 16. Alan Bott 17. Ron Johnson 18. Victor Blood 19. James Gaston 20. Monte Zajicek 21. Tom Pirtle 22. James Clay 23. James Overton 24. Karen Smith, Sweetheart 25. Bo McMahon 26. Alf Baumgardner 27. Uria Lester 1 5 1 ALPHA RHO CHI ,hz M M M r. if N -:.-. f .-,,vf W 5 Alpha Rho Chi, national architecture fraternity, made it 6 permanent Sept. 12 when its Xenocles colony here officially X, became known as the Xenocles chapter. It was a notable accomplishment for ArChi, and for Xeno- cles founder Ron Johnson, to promote a chapter at a university which didnlt offer a degree in architecture when the colony was established a short nine months before. The national was proud enough to fly the 26 members and sponsor Lee Wright to the University of Illinois for initiation. ArChi seems as concerned with the earth elements around buildings as the buildings themselves. It co-hosted this year a national convention in Austin studying solutions to such envi- ronmental problems as pollution, strip highways, and prefab ' housing tease of construction without spoiling natural land ! areasj. X The chapter house at 1106 W. Abram provides a fraternity home base for the members and officers James Gaston, worthy , architect fpresidentlg Gary Stocks, worthy associate architect, Monte Zajicek, worthy clerkg James Clay, worthy estimator, f Mark Brennan, worthy scribe, Leonard Martinez, worthy su- f perintendentg and Jim Lilly and Alan Bott, representatives. r Sweetheart is Karen Smith. 209 The American Helicopter Society and American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, UTA chapters, offered their members a full slate of projects for the year, leading off with a tour of Bell Helicopter. The organizations also had a look at General Dynamics and American Airlines. They were addressed at a technical session by Troy Gaffey of Bell Helicopter. In November the two groups co-hosted the AHS-AIAA National Symposium on the Arlington campus. So closely related are AHS and AIAA A even in size: AHS membership, l9g AIAA, 20 - that in some instances one man holds an office in each. AHS leaders include Bill Spruce Jr, presidentg Mike Hester, vice-president, Doug Brister, trea- surer: Don Brister, secretaryg and Victor Berry, corresponding secretary. Jerry Clark heads the AIAA as presi- dentg Spruce is vice-president, Mike Hes- ter, secretary, Doug Brister, treasurer: and Don Brister, membership chairman. Dr. Kent Lawrence sponsors AHS. His counterpart for AIAA is Dr. Jack Fairchild. - W,- - is s 1? if W 3 an 575 W B ? 3:4 , ., i , Members of the American Institute of A eronautics and Astronautics. Front Row: Bill Spruce, Suzan Robinson Jolii1Skinner. Back Row: Doug Brister, Don Brister, Don Coppedge, Walt Hammond, HS- AA 4-Q Members ofthe American Helicopter Society. Front Row: Bruce Morland, Don Bill Spruce, Mike Hester, Jerry Clark, Doug Brister, George Kitamura, Don Brister, Stanley Poynor, John Skinner, Lane Bradford. Back Row: Robert Trout, Lautner, Dr. Kent Lawrence, and Troy Gaffey, guest speaker. 210 '15, 51 Fw 5 SN in Members ofthe Institute of Electrical ana' Electronic Engineers. Front Row: Dr. down, Roger Nations. Back Row: Bill Stokes, Bob Crooks, Bob Stigles, James C. V. Smith, David McClaine, James L. Harper, Carolyn Wright, Clay Lans- LeonReed, Jerry Lee McEntire, Eugene Dorca.s',Janzes Womack. Graduate engineers of I.E.E.E. are Howard Daniels, Faustino Lara-Nunez, James Do- zier, William D. Dickson, William Dillion, Dr. Yukio Kilo, Howard Smolleck, Dr. Mo- Shing Chen, Steve Helmick. IEEE Like a great many organizations at UTA, the electrical engineering depart- ment is on the move, if an increase in the IEEE role can be used as a yardstick. Last year the student chapter of the ln- stitute of Electrical and Electronics Engi- neers, which provides a platform for well- known professional engineers to address EE majors, listed 46 members. This year it's 60. Doesn't take a slide rule to determine that's 30.4 per cent more engineers in- volved in club activities. Officers are James Harper, chairmang Clay Lansdown and Paul March, vice- chairmeng William T. Stokes, secretary, and Bruce Cleveland, treasurer. Bob Stiles and Jerry Stroup represent IEEE on the Joint Council ofStudent Engineers. Sponsor is C. V. Smith, Jr. 211 Members of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Front Row: Debbie Carroll, sweetheart: Glenn Hitt, Ronald MeDougald, Robert Gergens, Peter Shack, David Rubenkoenig, Carey Swinney, Gene Wossum, Rob- erto Kinigsztejn. Second Row: Davis Parsons, Pansak Sribhen, Robert Ferrell, Randy Burkett, Thomas Baker, William Boomer, Monty Jones, Tolli Katryc:, Leslie Mendenhall. Third Row: Frank Smith, Dr. T. Huang, Wilson Bergeron, Chris Brukett, Raymond Buzalsky, Bradley Smith, Harvey Opperman, Mike McBay, John Montgomery, Thomas Reid. Back Row: Dr. Wendell Nedderman, Dr. James Glaser, Dr. Max Spindler, Curtis Opperman, Paul Broteke, Howard Nedderman, Dr. Richard Tucker, Thomas Cravens, Dr. John Haynes, Dayle Clark, Dr. Arthur Poor. aq' RHIC' S Members ofthe American Institute of Industrial Engineers: Andy Owens, Hormoz, Salehi-Shokravar, Mike Bennett, Bill MclVary, Bruce Hill, Robert Chapman, Randy Grubbs, Bill Albin, Dr. John N. Fox, sponsorg Charles Peterson, John Johnson, Mark McClend0n, Mike Collingworth, Dawson Smith, Steve Senter, Don Moore, Ray Rajla, Dr. Don R. Beers, sponsorg David Levy, Sammy Parker, Don Liles, James Chamberlain, John Nelson, Marvin Smith, Roger Goza. 212 ASCE IIE ASME SAE Members of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Front Row: Jim Kelly, Bill Saurenmatzn, Jerry Winton, Carrol Miller, Robert Smalley. David Berkin. Back Row: Jim Pasternak, Jim Storm, Danny Moyaert, Greg Leamant, Ron James, Larry Allen, Ken Miller. 'Z f ,Q 6. ' - Q 'MM - f 5 f W-we .4 use '. - Ht " ' 1 1 ,"'. ' A ' Nl ""j" f J 'QS 5 Q ,Q-'2 wt N , x A M-. 4 J M f gf? H, few N, f. 5 WWW Z x iz? ff rf 2 1 Q3 'A K I l X Q-My g , . 1 ,M ghkrqzgl, g lljwr.. ,Mn 9 mf' ,e Z , 3, 'I I 'ii' 61' 'QM' 'vu-P' Members ofthe Society ofAutomotive Engineers. Front Row: Dr. Joseph Stanovsky, Leo Hopfensperger, Joe Friedburg, Pansak Sribhen, J.F. Courtney. Back Row: Walt Kramer, Tolli Katrycz, Danny Moyaert, Gary Holtzclaw, Bill Boaz, Stanley Poynor, George Kitamura. 213 li Student oeial Workers Complementing the sociology depart- ment in its quest of a degree-granting doc- toral program was the Student Associa- tion of Social Workers. Meeting once a month in Cooper Cen- ter, association members discuss current social welfare issues and hear authorities in the field ofsocial work. Officers are John F. Willis, president: Patrick D. Gotcher, vice-presidentg Ethe- lynn Beebe, secretaryg and Allene S. Mar- gowski, treasurer. CDM A Sinfonia Sinfonia chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, pro- fessional music fraternity, has 20 active members. Sinfonia was the 300th chapter to join nationally. The function of the group is to further the causes of music. Many well-known conductors, soloists, faculty, and students interested in music are members of Phi Alpha Mu. The local group ushers, makes posters, and does the footwork for concerts and music festivals in this area. SMU, North Texas, East Texas, and Baylor join efforts with UTA in promoting the American Music Program. This year Sinfonia sponsored a scholar- ship raising program which was successful in obtaining a S75 music scholarship. Officers are Johnny Lamb, presidentg Tommy Hall, vice-presidentg Boyd Ser- ratt, secretary, and Larry Bloom, treasurer. 214 Q Sits ,,., gf, s tel g P init? i 3 iw I gg . , A ,i ,gl . gf , ..., t 414732 1 i n ii' - if A v Q s x . . 4.49,--in -, ' it A ifJW'5 ,Q ,, +1 . ww, 'w nf' - , -sp , im 4,5 g Members ofthe Student Association ofSocial Workers are. Front Row: Allene Margowski, Evonne Jackson, Judith Brooks, LaMell Walker, Gloria Studdard. Second Row: Josephine Brown, Orrin Hunt, Kathy Carsey, Barbara Lusk, Ethel Crear, Ethelynn Beebe, Janet Matula, Daphne Elmore, Nobako Lim, Marjorie Endres, Mitsy Nagase, Barbara Sytna, Mary Blagg, Hannah Kittrell. Back Row: Ken Barnett, Ken Burks, Earl Mc- Cain, Jerry Goree, John Luther, John Willis, Sterling Price, Robert Beams, Danny Cushman, Ea'a'y Hererra David G ibson. Members ofthe Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Front Row: Kieth Rickard, Kay Ellen Hawkes, Cathy Welton, Joan Bixler, Linda Ana'erson, Pam Jones, Jose Prado. Back Row: Rex Gomillion, Ceasar Ulloa, Morris Moore, Donna Allen, Moe Molina, Sandye Hill, David Lowrance, Mickey Nowell, Johnny Lamb. aff! tw' , if if - 'final Front Row: John Kracht, Terry Bentz, Bob Hubank, Steve Scurloek, Brian Condor, Brian Cotton, Bettye Bre- water - sweetheart, Volney Dempsey, Doug Smith, Peter Nyberg, Wayne Taylor, Don Taylor. Back Row: Wally Johnson, Bob Russell, Don Sellers, Bill Quarles, Fred Ziegler, Bill Kindsfather -faculty sponsor, Dan Patterson Y sgt. at arms, Doug Miller - vice-president ofpersonnel, Don Ritchy f president, Don Fulton - secretary, Roger Gates f faculty sponsor, Wayne Kinard, Larry Johnson f treasurer, Larry Nelson, Bill Goodnight, Mike Rasdale, Mitch C ybulski, Ben Labinski, Paul LeM ay - vice-president. HE Homecoming is inseparable from a number of traditions, not the least of which is m'lady's mum, and that's Pi Sig- ma Epsilon's department. This was the third year for sales of the Homecoming blossom here by the national business fra- ternity in sales, marketing, and sales management. 0f more importance, perhaps, was the National Pi Sigma Epsilon Convention co-hosted this year on the Arlington cam- pus by UTA's Alpha Delta chapter and the chapter at East Texas State University. Officers are Don Ritchey, presidentg Doug Miller and Paul LeMay, vice-presi- dentsg Don Fulton, secretary: Larry John- son, treasurer, and H. Daniel Patterson, pledge master. Sweetheart is Bettye Brewster. JN wdiwik Mum SALE M4 715 'rt -s' 'qrxguyrgi . 'NB'- X Front Row: Steve Tettenham, Brent Hailey, DanefSkyj Neveson, T. Graff, Steve well, vice-president ofthe Midway National Bank of Grand Prairie, Quinton Bennett, Ron Bryant. Second Row: Steve Klepper, Brian Haley, Ken Bledsoe, Thompson, regional director of FDIC, and Roland Walden, president of the Kiny Joiner, J. Palazelti, Willie Fulqum. Back Row: Andrew Hanson, Guy Dav- Midway National Bank. is, J. Morei, Doug Jackson, Dan Farmer. Speakers at the table are John J. Tid- AZ Professional duties combined with so- cial pleasures in '70-71 for the Zeta Mu chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, professional business fraternity. Promoting their two-year theme "Best of Both Worlds: Social fProfessional" the DeHa Sigs sold bumper-stickers of the theme to the other 165 chapters through- out the world. Delta Sig sponsored several profession- al meetings where leading businessmen met and conversed informally with the students. In the fall the fraternity spon- sored a forum with leading businessmen and educators acting as panel members, with "Wage and Price Controls" as the main topic. Junior Achievement is another of their prime involvements. 216 'Wi Steve Klepper and Steve Bennett discuss stock sales with Junior Achievement members W 1 J. A. Harrison speaks for the Texas Manufactur- a presentation for the Junior Achievement Compa- er's Association at Delta Sigma Pi's Town Hall in ny. Delta Sigma Pi served as chapter adviser. NR The affirmative side ofthe Wage and Price Control Forum is presented by Ron Uselton and Ron McCormick and is moderated by Dean W. B. Nelson. Richard Seward argues for the negative side at the Delta Sigma Pi Wage and Price Forum. 217 ltr .." Ae 1. ,,-s'T5':a- "Ni -24 ,A c., 4, 'S 4'-1' , Isa! xv Sw. x 4, . -, Ms 'A' if in 'N ,w...w 5 'wise X .l 1Z"!Mnn9' f.: Y ' ' ' X 'T' P :"",", 5 -,Q f,3'7?Qf'h' .. nr7'F'+ . X' ."f:y ff? . ,V ,,,: .M-my 'Z-,sly ' 'A 'rfiiw-" ' ,, t -- . tgigiim' '- E fvn x - Y Nf - ' 'N-4: 5,17 all-fml"9-ivpw - ,W e , ..a- ...fy Lafffp ,V - fff- r . H .,. , . ,ma - f . f . . ' ... f'-fy 4-. ,,: , V , li . by f- .ar A . -Y a ,, 4 ... u sv Y- ,auf - - . ,Q VQQVQ 5.x ,a -1 -f. 1 Q G- Qfiggk , ,. an ',:'- ,T " - V W,-wo, if' M . .14z'7wgE: g A f Q -.,""" A Jw," ".i,'s4r.L '54 X- - . '-414 5 Age 5 " a:':ff'- X Qi -,r ' ?p.,"g:lia,w.,,,gZ,,,, ' A ,. ,f.f"..,., W A gN,f,f,e,a-.,a'fL.zm-M, f ,L 'sl ' as 'r " 7.7, w . .A .., Sw, 5 ,I p ,,t.,.95k. Mg-, - g Vw ,A+-, M ,X A , U, . , f Q - ,-i . My L ' - ,L V-, qwzgps. - ef ' W ..f :-f?'---:v,+- .,-slhifu' Jack Wallace, Gene Lilke, Erick Zu Bay, Craig Linseomb, Terry Kovschak, James Brezina, Jimmy Richardson, B. G. Haler, Dave Hoyt, Hooman Laali, Gary M ilchell, Wayne Haskins, A lireza Eckziar. if' ll 4 While other on-campus organizations f 1 Q scurry around making money through Geology Club f iz 9 t carnivals, sales, auctions, etc., the Geolog- ical Society has been busy cornering a 1 market of its own - the market for all 2 Tw XX l K I L 1 l kinds of rocks in a plain wrapper. I X X In addition to packaging rock specimens i i I B XJ for lab use, the society's schedule for its 30 M 1 members included field trips, guest speak- 7 ers, and movies on the world we live in. ' X f Officers are James Brezina, presidentg 1 i if ? Tony Kouschak, vice-presidentg Bill Foley, i X it ""3f FD U3 C Ea gre W5 QD- O2 an K4 22 E CD 5 :S fe 3 O "1 O Ea' Q ,ff x it Q , - V 218 me ,Q Press Club , ,Ng-,-,r ffl U I1 '--I H. xx M-IN" ' Q ll jr R if A 5 I vu,- Jim Black, president ,Z ,nn WWW ef 15 I4 s ua x l 5 2 5 7 1 4 Dx ff z 51 iw .QQ .X ? I X3 1: f Qu N of , 7 X ss 'r' AA Mfg Dj s f N W F Q r r 555 X '32 2: ef? YRQYW :f?,1f4E11sb will V6 , f,v"' 52,1 ' 4fS'a'J1i?iUb sw EW f ffikiw ffffe' Air. ZYWVQ sjswx Wg? K Woiilfefggiei his wa 2 V W is QW W W' 2 fe gli: M574 X W A vffxftx Z7 3 we-Xwnwff' Q W f YQ 2 sf Q-1 .Q o- fghxs-7 i f blew., swf me vlefwf wwixfsw f xf,iiW we he QQ gy' .ff N W X X M - X r f N 1 WW Q fe f r vm Q EU! Jw' Zi 1 is xr 'ww gwwfwfszw 4 U Y' ,xx ,X BXAJ, is lf, fi, v:.,fg..x W , -9 BN f e 1 gs, fx jim Mgfcgfl Gary Cochran, Mgfrli Hardee, Mary Lrvnn Hebert' jeg Wowkijfl Dycus, Mike Ballard, Thelma Nichols, Donna Woolbrighl, Becky Brown Mark Ann Hug Liz Smith, Paul Knudsen, Pal McCormack, Kathy Pill, Cathey Rob- Smlfh- ertson, Carolyn McLemore, Don Sloan, Donna Christensen, Karen Jesup, John Q, WMM v 'TV -fo QW wb is 'lgfx Q Q 3- f K , 'E i 2 1 Q A . P ! ., , f Q' XZ? F1-.W fb f' 'HT X- The Creek Ideals . Sisterhood and f brotherhood . 220 spirit , if 54, Q-1 . I, , 'Q ' I YW 'WM w .Sw-. scholarship 2' ,un FTW! 'M' ,"' M X .W X X rf ,, iz- X f f fy- w Xf, Q? f 4 , N W 9 mga: ,f f' X: li X Sas f X X N A.Q-1,X-'fm-:xrszza 'W I le. "" M, I 6 It --:.....: ,,... . A VT. .,., , H s . working together . "Being a Greek is to know that you will not follow where the path may lead but will go where there is no path tojbllow and leave a trail. 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Service . . . ,tag-.. -A 5,5 H-om: gf ,ggi :af X gp zu ag.-" j 117-46 ,, A ,., , J 1 J Q ka ,W Q N. 1 ,X X N... .- V V. K . V i S ff fx , ,Vg ,S 4 'f' ,I , 1-'fr-M J 2, .uk A . ,. K , ,, ASW 4,4 .19 S X ,fm 5 , . , Ag Z 7 X , if . 9' I K V NS y , V I SX K C'-1 X 'I s wa , f f ' :YW V X 0 X xx fi Wx + aff' 1-N ' anhellenic Council Karen Crook, .X X S2 , Panhellenic President Lu' Ann Logan, flfl, Panhellenic Vice-President Diana Saunders, .lib , Panhellenic Treasurer Debbie Koehl, .XXS2 Nancy Taylor,-lib Chris Franklin, AAA Brenda Clark,A I Diana Kelley, A Z Donna Woolbright, CD Nl Karen Woolridge, CD M Gayle Gorsich, ITA Debbie Bridge, .X X22 , President Alice Sewall, Z0 , President Pam Myers, ACD, President Debbe Crayton, fl? Nl , President Leigh London,Z'l'.-X, President 5 . V W ' nw, 1 , -M Km xx ,,... 12, Al ' f lf I 4+ 'w ff Mix I QA-x QQ L i FK X 4 Q fi S fx f fl . X S vm , Y .1 5 1 f X, . -. fy ,,. N A.. Y ,NX gi 1 ,Z glflf. I 9 A nr f , o i y . . S V. las wfxw 'ili A. il .,,, " X , 1 .e 11 ,,.. 4 "' . ' 5- R S, 'Q 4 46 1 - , 2 , f N l A romotes Social Concern Z SS gee -'ff Q ' .wie 226 Panhellenic is composed of all social sororities and functions to promote inter- sorority cooperation and to strengthen sorority-community relations. The gov- erning body of the organization is Panhel- lenic Council composed of a junior and senior delegate from each of the six sorori- ties on campus. This council meets bi- monthly to discuss questions of mutual concern and interest and to plan the var- ious activities and special events sponsored by Panhellenic throughout the year. Be- fore action is taken on Panhellenic mat- ters, the representatives have an opportun- ity to discuss questions within their indi- vidual sorority so that all sorority mem- bers have a voice in decisions. Faculty advisors for the sororities are Mrs. Mary Spoon, Alpha Chi Omega, Dean Ruth Crary, Alpha Phi Mu, Mrs. Zoe Hess, Delta Delta Delta, Mrs. Mary Hodnett, Delta Zeta, Mrs. Sue Collum, Alpha Phi, Dr. Noel Everard, Phi Mu, Mrs. Maxine Deering, Zeta Tau Zeta. As every plane must have a chart ed course so also must every human life have a well directed aim and an ideal to guide it toward higher goals For this purpose Alpha Phi Mu strives to motivate our search for self development It is an organiza tion that gives each individual the opportunity to develop socially cul turally and lntellectually The basic rules of our sorority are Life Learning, and Friendship. Life Learning and Friendship provide an outline of study whereby we may more fully translate their meaning into life. We, Alpha Phi Mu, continue to work to translate the good, the true, and the beautiful into life, our lives of today, as we did yesterday and will tomorrow. . . . Sandra Lott Qflfx 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. LPH Brenda Wilder Bobbie Edwards Cora Spencer Jackie Medlock Sandra Lott Kay Sulton La Juanda Johnson ACD ,140 9 li A ,wr lk l l Q 1 1 l lx l I K , 5 . f V i , . fi S. Nj r Q .. ,v t ,, . . , Q ar Z ,Q 24141: . A ' f ' S '- 1 i ,.,.,,., 1 ' y i , bi ,::I: V . , K' i 1. x " - Trias ..., - fa? A wi ---s S va ,xt fwf, -H ..:-:- . , 4 e F W "i f I xv, A Ag 'SRA V' F, '-if " L F Q X 1 st W5 .... S E l l l V lll W l l , ls 5 l. is l I4 1 , Myrtle Forbes Barbara Alexander Mary Strait Wanda Rose I Carolyn McClemore ri, Veronica Beatty fl Sylvia Yeldill lg WI 0 :rl ill l 1 Wi 227 tl l l i l R Between the gawkiness of early adolescence and the dignity of full womanhood, we find a magical creature known as the Alpha Chi. She comes in assorted sizes weights and ages, but all seem to share the same creed: to enjoy and profit from each day, to delay doing class assignments, to engage in all night gab sessions, and to work together as sisters. An Alpha Chi is found every where . . . on campus and off, on the floor, in front of the TV, up and down the steps, in the dorm, at the lake, in fraternity hous- es, in cars, and, ofcourse . . . at Alpha Chi functions. An Alpha Chi is Dignity with her hair in curlers, Beauty even in bermudas and sneakers, and Wisdom with a book under her arm. , e,,QlKQ.flf' LPH CHIO ECA 451 if 38 ,V,,,.,,,, W.g,,T,,.W 32 33 34 nssmsmtLk,gm.,.-Muffkaigkx 29 30 31 ' za Vi S, Q fa ,X gt if , f is S if Susan Weaver Gay Friess Nancy Rankin Janet Young Eileen Griffin Barbara Cushman Peggy Ireson Joan Edwards Angie McCoy Barbara Shields Mollie Heinze Hope Griffith Ginger Vaughn Debbie Carroll Patty Donnell Connie Bennett Anne Epstein Pam Wallace wmv l Pam Fortner Carl Reichenstein Big Brother Mike Barksdale, Big Brother Harvey Guthrey, Big Brother M R 1 E 1 25 2 is Q S ? S is 2 If l s Wigan, 8 - .:::., .1 X., -fs 5 S,- -ifmx X 9 H f M. cf iw it E 5 w,:m.g gg ? 3 , E l X I xi 395 In the Alpha Ch1 chapter you will find a combination of characters brains beauty queens comedlennes campus leaders and just all around Alpha Chls Mothers love them fathers finance them girls envy them boys glorify them and Heaven protects them. Each Alpha Chi no matter how individualistic she may be holds the Symphony of Alpha Chi Omega deep in her heart and helps to keep it harmonious and beau- tiful. fAnonymousJ A , ,,,,,--Uiiit-W V 'HMM v,,,,7 iam 'EX MBS 5 S- Vx X N AX Karen Crook Tonja Crocker Lauren Crook Linda Stephens Debbie Koehl Kathy Flewelling Debbie Bridge Karen Yazzo Nancy Bennett Bobbie Barker Philipa Tillery Cynthia Moore Pam Crenshaw June Cook Nancy Sormrude Shari Schick Rose Duff Carolyn O'Day Pat Remington, Big Brother Don Livesay, Beau 229 ALPHA PHI tl Bettyann Garrett Lana Lambert Aletha Lankford Brenda Glidden Jane Wood Cathey Jennings Barbara Edwards A'Ree Kersen Patty Jones Margaret Parker Diana Saunders Pam Myers Pam Winget Lynne Barry Debbie Morgan Terri Tingle Lucia Hart Gunther Strauss, BEAU Sue Ann Donaldson Peggy Barnett Pam Six Janet Loar Jackie Belcher Janice Clawsen Bernadette Sulak Susan Wood Connie Smith Barbara Totten Nancy Peterson Sandra Elliott Mandie Von Rosenberg Kathy Ludwig Nancy Taylor Darlene Saunders Jane Ludwig T WW" SAKHNWN 'N t Z Q 'X Leaving behind the memories of En Ami, the future holds a bright promise for us as Alpha Phis. National affiliation was a dream in the hearts of thirty-seven girls which came true November 10, 1970. It meant a broadening of our hori zons by learning and sharing together with new friends as well as the old. For the charter colony of Alpha Phi at UT Arlington, the year 1970-71 marked a beginning an end and a continuation. A Phi, we'll be sharing Friendships true and caring, Even when we're leaving En Ami behind us 'l i l Al lD 39 38 U 35 35 34 33 32 130 l 29 21121 ze? 11 1 13 I4 15 156, 5 S l H1920 4 Z1 3 X zz za X 24 X A tlwwlftd .lan Huff Jan Carpenter Rene Scruggs Pam Bodiford Jan Owen Terryl Tenney Cheryl Martin Suggie Luke Ann Huff Cathy Self Cris Franklin Sandy Lankford Kathy Yarnell Melissa Hundt Diane Sterling Patti Crum Nina Taborsky Nancy Hamilton Betsy Cornelius Sharon Soladay Dixie Hensley 22. Karen Benton 23, Dina Wills 24. Deena Jones 25. Jeanette Coburn 26 27 28 29 30 3l 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 .Cindy Shelton Pam Larkin Rosemary Cox . Christy Schaffer . Jackye Brown Pam Clark Vicki Haiduk Gail Gustafson Debbie Smith Linda Adams Kathy McDowell Barbara Burke Diana Woodward Jamie Bodiford Nancy Cain Martha Hamilton , 'xftc DDD together . . . pine trees, dog shows, apple polishing and sisterhood Hey, what happened to Carol? . . . Can you believe we all made it for the picture? . . . This year girls a formal punch par- ty and we'll all sit on blankets . . . What do you mean you can't make a l.25! . .. Come on ya'll, let"s get started . .. Sure we'll be through by eight o'clock . . . Let the Tri Delts help you make up your mind . .. Paper formals, I'll bet it won't burn . . . Wait a minute, I can't find my pin . . . When three bright stars within a crescent of gold . . . There's Tri Del- ta, There's Tri Delta. 2 ,,af.m21e2zff.1JJ42i?M1 4 J an H uf f 11224 was Q ,Q ,,.. ,,ti,.. TA AAA VN 1 1 2 1 5 s ff: 1s- as XA sl M lm 111 Tiff? E fl X242 Z Z DELT DELT wi., DELT , W- Dv ""f3M fl A - " W QW M. ,1" .w . W f ,f""' 5 XX sf, 7, X, 5 yn' 24, 'wx NNN V A, U' , ,, : U ,F . Q . , AA ,,.. , - . , Q, . ,N M, . , - 233 is , t m DZ Sally Hendon Linda Warren Cindy Clark Penny Ingram Virginia Williams Pat Clarkson Connie Rogers Alice Sewall Janice Taraba Barbara Bury Connie Hamilton Felicia Tatarewicz Cherrie Couch Pam Kennedy Candi Green Susan Hagard Jane Gray Mike Nelson Danny Rash Brenda Clark Jane Holder 16 Louanne Kreis I7 I8 I9 20 21 22 23. Carol Taraba Patti F lippo Denise Rosa Diana Kelley Marylin Budway Dawn McRae Martha Hurley Charlotte Heath f W f W N . .. K S Went upstairs to my room today, sat down at my desk in the white sunshine, and tried to think of the essence of Delta Zeta. Felt the warmth of the sun's rays and realized that this was the Sisterhood of my sorority. A fiery Roman lamp, the symbol of Delta Zeta, best exem- plifies her potentialities, her comforts, her thoughts, her words, her impact. Delta Zetas are proud people, even when they lose. They lose gracefully, and they win with a lot of smiles. Living Delta Zeta seems like living a tremendous ov- erture: it's like enmeshing oneselfin the love ofthirty or forty best friend-sisters. Truth unlocks the living treasures of Deltz Zeta. "A friend is a person with whom I may be sincere. Before him I may think aloud." Both Independents and Greeks can think aloud with my sisters. - Barbara Bury l XW W X 2341 - A Z!! an VS '7I"5l ,fr N rf-. ttf' N ai Y i s-Vega? t I wi il I 42 9 ' 'X Q .. Q3 ffwv.-N., Aus? wi 6 uv. 'M yi 5 ',, .i.y.,,Ax.'.v ,K 81" xx 1 Nm, fy xx 'iilu-.N W ,qv ,QJ T' -ff' A RPN' M DELT ZET Mm S 2 PHI MU J X 1' I Y 'X i I' za I I inning' 1 fl A I I ix! A R25 VIZGXQJZIJ 'Zta I ' , l 2 ,- fn' ' "tv ' 2051 XJ H Xxmti nil' I Pl ' jg I I I l I 1 1 , Q g A X It X rf! , AP, gl N I3 PN i sh N K N l C1127 di: in i' il II If I I 3 X X fs 'X B ix , ,J 103 1' X X , ' 'N L- ,k X .. N4 p Q Blk tg t I isilisil 5 Q I I ' 1 I 1 2 ' 4. ty X, 1 5 I J Z! mx N K L Y, V1 X, Iv l Q 3 I I 'el I - X fe B si I X f 1 fi v , , 1 .9 A . , ,X 1 jf! Z 'XL 1' 2 l. Cindy Meador . Donna Woolbright . Cindy Schultz 4. Kathi Sanders 5. Marcia Stocking 6. Monya Neal 7. Shelly Gosnell 8 9 2 3 . Debbe Crayton . Kathi Lutz 10. Louise Notebaert ll. Jayne Morrell . Shannon Cox . Sue Williams . Karen Beeman . Colleen McHugh I2 I3 14. Linda Jacobsen I5 16 'v Marilyn Killman Ann Everard Debbie Caprio Patti Palmer Marcia Morrow Roy Anderson, Beau Debbie McGuire Mike Lanier, Big Brother .Ian Hale Sharon Cramer Gemmy Sweet Prissy Hamilton Karen Wooldridge Anne Kennedy Marcia Reed The symbols were smallg the name was short, and I saw the badges here and there, but their meaning was not clear, Who wears the pin and what does it represent? I began an unending study, an exciting discovery ofthings unknown to me before. I became a Phi Mu. Now, most of all, Phi Mu is a sisterhood with many differ- ent girls. We have varied interests, but we learn more about each other every day. I love the tradition, a feeling that I am a link in the chain that has lasted so long. I also feel a pride in Phi Mu A it is a united way to help my college and communi- ty. It is a way of accomplishing things which I could not do alone. Phi Mu is a bond of sisterhood. It is gathering at a sisteras home to work on a project and then perhaps to sing songs. It is a sunrise breakfast in a small wooded park or advice from an alumna. 3 ,LS- Vw! W"WW'W Phi Mu does not live only on my campus, though, I carry it with me wherever I go. I feel a tingle in my heart when I visit other Phi Mu campuses and when I hear of my sisters all across the land. To me, Phi Mu is a responsibility. It is a love. 7 'KKK- X! myers Sewage A . . . Karen Beeman Q - .., ...M ....... .W , -..M ..... -- , W .... C ...... ., ,H K..- B .A .....,,,,..- Q .... 237 J e N s ? 1 2 1 i is s in Q I5 i . V I3 " ' a zs a 24 N an 31 31 113435 :eu as 4 1 39 40 ll U Q- S Cheryl Panek Molly McGlasson Debbie Bailey Priscilla Hardeman Walter Linn Larry Richardson Fred Bunte Suzie Sterrett Lynda Doty Karen Walker Pat Falls Jennifer Jackson Deanna Winter Debbie Francis Gayle Gorsich Lyn Pettit Lee Ann Sims Susie Lay Mary Hamilton .Jackie Winn .Judy Smith Ann Allen . Teel Maersch .Janelle Bennett . Glenda Haygood Valorie Cole . Carol Lynch .Jean Ann Smith Melody McGee Pam Swanner .Jan Kirby .Chris Noland Linda Stobaugh Diane Stout . Julie Carpenter Becky Backof Leigh London Suzanne Williams Teresa Evans Sarah Bryant Lu ' Ann Logan Mary Walch Donna Thomas Marsha Furtardo My .7 ..,, af W X , ,s ,J "I love you not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you. I love you not only for what you have made of yourself, but for what you are making of me. I love you for the part of me that you bring out. I love you for putting your hand into my heaped-up heart, and passing over all the frivolous and weak things which you can not help dimly seeing there, and for drawing out into the light all the beautiful, radiant belongings, that no one else had looked quite far enough to find. I love you for ignoring the possibilities of the fool and weakling in me, and for laying firm hold on the possibilities ofgood in me. I love you for closing your eyes to the discords in me, and for adding to the music in by worshipful listening. I love you because you are helping me to make ofthe lum- ber of my life not a tavern but a Temple, and ofthe words of my every day not a reproach but a song. I love you because you have done more then any creed could have done to make me good, and more than any fate could have done to make.me happy. You have done it by just being yourselffl , . . lAnonymousl Perhaps that is what being a Zeta sister means after all. ZTA 8 if for 5 ww, Y lx, W - f fs . t . l'llf'1': , X , ' 70 f. f fm X if f, .W yn - v 1 .., 1 W,ti , B Nu... wg Z , , f ,j , , f The lnterfraternity Council is composed ot the president and three representatives from each of the eight fraternities at the University. The purpose of the Council is to promote harmonious relations and ren- der service to the member fraternities: to govern and regulate interfraternity activi- ties: to serve as a spokesman for the fra- ternity systemg and to promote the inter- ests and welfare ofthe fraternity system. Authority over each fraternity is dele- gated to the IFC by the University. Each fraternity member is responsible to IFC for his actions concerning the Greek sys- tem at Arlington. Projects which concern the Greek system in any manner are chan- neled through the IFC. Faculty advisers for the fraternities are Dean Reby Cary, Alpha Phi Alphag Kent Gardner, Beta Phi Sigmag Dr. Emory Estes, Delta Tau Deltag Dr. Allan Saxe, Delta Upsilong Kent Gardner, Kappa Alpha, William Postell Jr., Kappa Sigmag Kent Lawrence, Phi Delta Thetag Dr. A. V. Goyne, Phi Gamma Delta. IFC Coordinates ale Greek Activity Roger Jones X CI? X president Mg Rayford Birks Xfb X gi g Willard Marshall XCIJ X John Earnest, B 9 I I, president IFC Parllamentarian BillCade Al LX President Bob Maxwell lx X President Ken Hackett,K E. President IFC Vice President Roy Anderson CI3 .X O President Larry Lewis I I I President David Chamberlain I I I Kirk Walden, FI I IFC Rush Chairman 240 rder O Omega The Order of Omega is a national honor society recognizing individuals for contri- butions to their own fraternity, the better- ment ofthe Fraternity System, concern for the welfare and development of the Uni- versity, and for contributions in the fur- therance of interfraternity relations. By selecting new members on a very exclusive basis, the Order of Omega symbolizes the highest ideals ofservice and leadership. New members tapped for 1971 are: Bill Cade for Delta Tau Delta, Ken Hackett for Kappa Sigma, Tom Marlow for Kap- pa Sigma, Jim Alles for Delta Upsilon, Kirk Walden for Phi Gamma Delta, and Hal Thorne for Phi Delta Theta. mm Active members include Randy Kzldow l I I Bob Maxwell K N Bruce Hill ATA presidentg Dr. Emory Esles,l TA, Kent 241 ALPH PHI LPH -. W., ,. ,K ,.... ,... ff There goes a man of high impulse ofprincely mien and grace. There goes a man ofhumble faith A credit to his race. There goes a man in cultured verse Who holds a sportsman's creed. There goes a man too vigilant To bow to lust or greed. There goes a man whose life is spent in service not in scorn. There goes a man whose majesty shines like a May time mourn. There goes a man who is a friend To love and duty truth. . There goes a man to help uplift .l the lives of wholesome youth. T There goes a man with industry and faith at his command. rw Cn! lgl QSWMQQ ESQ 9455 BEZUQ sw W 'Egan :DDQ- nam rn-3-0 FP Na-+ WMS? 6 QxUu-l2-b-JIXJv- PU N ki, O -1 CL W .-. -1 W' Cl: X . Roger Jones 8. Tom Holland 5 ' 1.9 0 "' S 'TJ 0 if 9, 03 :r C0 I 0 un fs -. 5, E N fb : D a 'ii Ja w ca. .5 "' Q. D- 5 Z sa: 2 rw N D gd E K '5' V. . an 1? : N lr? E ' gd 57 O V? S55 ...,. A . Ronnie Joe Miller 7. Dean Reby Cary, Sponsor 1 41. vw, . X,,, , ,M . W .W-.A ff , ".,,.' , Q 1 . 4,- t wg, A " -Ugg , . A fvfmiw 3,4 ,S -ff., .3 , 4' ' .X , v Yau. wr 7 5 H' ,,,Z,f,,, Q -f av ,,,, ws-1 ZW ' ,mfr r 1 ,, f W if W f cw. .th . J VW' ',,M,"'l I f " ' ,, ,H 2, fr' 4,,,'!ta,L ,,a.4 4,,, - .ZA ,V -4 '4 1 -. ,. 'H-V df...,d,v:.,, ww, - -- M In fy . 7, if mu. fx , ' 1. . . ws' 0 if . as pf '34 A-4.4 's 1.21,-.. S n 5' nf. ?"'-M 'uf I-0 F. ,Qi-zjfffk .- 9' 'Vv BET THET PI In the relatively short period that the Greek system has been at UTA our campus has acquired several of the nation s top national fraternities Beta Theta P1 IS the newest of these When speaking of the new organization, it IS hard to say what is relatively important. Most of us as Betas would prob- ably say that the founding of our colony dominates our recent memories. A year ago our organization was established as Beta Phi Sigma, local fraternity. During the year we proceed- ed to seek affiliation with a strong national and our efforts resulted in the bringing of Beta Theta Pi to Arlington. Beta Theta Pi the oldest national fraternity west of the Allegheny Mountains, was founded at Miami University in Oxford Ohio, on August 8 1839. We are proud of both our local and national heritage and would like to invite all men at UTA to become acquainted with Beta Theta Pi. - Kirk Gay P' YgJ? ? o 4 -at . r1J2J I 'A' : Gif , ,, gnu - - L fx., ' 1- ' ,,..unlMmAZ,4m..,A N A DELT T UDELT U 03 3 3153343337 182 AA ' 13355 i w H U2 'Z gnlllli ' IUULQ a 5 WSISSWU' W'3s4i5sli7sass1l1112n 14751571 79gg. ji' . X. 4' fx .E '?' bf., V S1 Q5 9: S. if 1 2:5 7 -h,V . . . ES S ww wwe-mcccmxmmwo U 4: Qww '-12059.00-9,::comown'-2E.05'x::Em5Q03Emo9, , "":'k4':.'.o.3"f"'54c:2::-'n:O',,--1::'-1:3 --"'crcn ' U-n:1:,:5:g-.aoQL43n:g gwgm-fwg!g-,W ' 1- 2""' -2 ww! :Q N 2 77140 20214 2'-ww - W .-m L' K4'-1-- Z wo- CO WO 4 24' DUO f v-+ NN mx... fl -:WUC CD"l"' 1 N fp-12 U10 UZ CD .... I -1 , ,. -1-:W ua V1 0 ID'-1 4 , ,i -QFYCDW O N .... , X:-fp NSD.-1-O0 5fDg:V,.'I! UQ'-Amr-+,-."4 , Q 5 CII-.o',:,':Z','-"J,'m7T' 571:00-Qf"'0 UU'-1"'10 Y BEBQ- fb orb' :eSmO'kfS5"Q5'E'E" f 3 gig? 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Q1 55 1 2 Xa- ,L V fa.QL Fibii2tak . Lett Q51 . 5 .l,i'4ZsQf3LefeH fl 3, i. 59'- t .ii 'sw 1 :wi 3 1 'i Buddy Fry Larry Adair Kirk Hill Craig Barton Paul Henry Tom Donaldson Hugh H311 Jim Lewis Warren Looney Randall Freeman Yankee Tom Walters Lyn Simpson . Chicken "i3 ? Delta Upsilon has grown since its 1969 Spring Initiation to a membership of approximately ninety men at the present. We owe this enormous growth rate to an emphasis on respect A for individuality throughout the membership. Although each ,' member has his own interests, Delta Upsilon as a whole is involved in all facets of fraternity life. Delta U's big Spring event is the Grand Prix, in which fraternities and sororities participate in competitive go-cart events, followed with an evening dance. it That the D.U.'s captured first place honors in intramural q fraternity-league soccer in 1970 is evidence of their strive for excellence. lt is from the spirit of brotherhood that comes this energetic participation - not goals of the chapter, but by-products ofits brotherhood. D. U. Brothers holding positions of leadership are: Kent Reese, Freshman Presidentg Lyn Simpson, Student Con- gressg Bill Bruck, UTA Swim team, receipient of the Dr. Alan Saxe Pre-med scholarshipg Darrell Dunlap, Mr. School Spirit' Don Livesay Alpha Chi Omega beau' Dan Rash Cheerleader Favorite Delta Zeta beau' Ronnie Honeycutt Greek God Zeta Tau Alpha big brother' Joe Williard Phi Mu big borther' Ronnie Ladd UTA Beast and Jim Alles IFC Rush Chairman. - Dan Rash 3 9 1 v 7 1 f 'VV 1 7 9 , V0 N f ' a 9 7 as as 1 9 'f wi , 5 1, 24 tam. - ,,..,, ---lv' W' ,,fM,,,f-H. ,W .J ., i,,H,,A ILO . V X if VZ R , 4 IIIII I wwf? IQ I 9 + L 1 I A 3 Jmffff? 'ZWZJ WWW!!! ffffffffflffllllllllllllIIIll!IIII I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IIIIIIIIXNXW KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 5 e 4 ri.. .M l 'I G . s U l i ' S62-Q 5 ' . 5 l x i E. sf ixxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxwwxm'fl 1 ww sms 1.4, www'- . Phil Baker .Juan Arellano . Kelly Smith . Pat Cotton . Greg Robinson . Steve Buford . Chuck Martin Mike Winton Cecil Brewer Rusty Stricker Roger Reed David Birdwell Alan Robinson Jim Henson Bob Maxwell Cary Young Dave Brown Larry Webb Robert Gatewood Mike I-lankins . ...v ........... M.-. , N...bX..a,.?j., ,,..,...iil . ...W 21. Sandy Gerard 22. Dan Mulloney 23. Dennis Guest 24. Mickey Tryon 25. Randy Hafford 26. Terry McCullough 27. Rusty Russell 28. Jim Robbins 29. Bob Ankrum 30. Buddy Matthews 31. Arthur Davies 32. Walter Keasler 33. Gary Payne 34. Mike Johnson 35. Bruce Knox 36. Robert Wilson 37. George Creach 38. Rusty Reese 39. Lucia Hart. Sweetheart 40. Mike Lanier .' fwnafs.,m.n, .. ...same ma ,W , ..... ' " ff 1 A i 5 me If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. . . . Thoreau When individuals can unite, while maintaining their individuality, then the goal oftrue brotherhood is accessible. X X f. - T 24 zs ,, r. 1, u 27 15 Z3 H 'S ' ar in az " in 3' 31 at 37 ai ze 2, U '9 is U X R W fy as ty. Wi , I W 52 3 7 5 6 I up 9 In I. A Y l. 2 3. 4 5 6 7 8 9 I0 ll I2 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 KJ: l Q it pe Shorty Rogers Bobby Cloud Mike Dubic Bob Allison . Johnny Baldridge Randy Rabeck Dick Parker George Budinsky Wailand Burger Mike McDuff .Tommy Marlow Sam Plog Danny McAlister Paul Cabness Larry Jernigan Danny Hogsett Joe Bottalico Terry Anderson Eric Koncak Rick Barnes Joe Ramos Russell Karr 23. Truett Helms 24. Harvey Guthrey 25. Jim Spalding 26. Ken Hackett 27. Larry Yowell 28. Bill Jones 29. Tommy Boorman 30. Morrie Minshew 31. Phil Bristow 32. Al Pick 33. John Dobbs 34. John Pope 35. Wybra Delaune 36. Charley Welch 37. Larry McLaughlin 38. Mike Bennett 39. Fhico Kempff 40. Randy Portillo 41. Dusty Hundt 42. Johnny Coe 43. Darrell Herrington 44. Steve Gleason Ask what is distinctive of a Kappa Sigma. Not a great distinction. Kappa Sigs like high grade points, good parties, intramurals, happy hours, brother- hood, their charity carnival, apple pie, motherhood, and pledges Kappa Sigs hate dull courses, 8:00 classes, marked cards, phony people, stalled cars, semester finals, hangovers, and losing intramurals. So much like everyone else, yet there is a difference: 250 The Star and Crescent shall not be worn by every man, but only by him who is worthy to wear it. He must be a gentleman, a man of honor and courage . . . a man ofzeal, yet humble . . . anintelligent man . , . a man of truth . . . one who tempers action with wis- dom and, above all else, one who walks in the light ofGod. K Z , . mi if "g": 55.9 """ J JJA i'rB'lf:iifw,2L,3+fzf1s ISVPQJTX wi df ii f. 13:95 7' if 'Fee ww- ' , l: 1 KAPPA SIGMA W. ,ffm W ',0,f ,mzfr 0 M 'I 'f M W ,. I fi Q if ff! U 4 'MZ " , I Q 1 7? V Tail! in H 'nwwwmsmfimiza 1 Q ' . ' Af.-5 K b Kw'?2fxi "':"'-rf' it sr Q W N X 'SANS A ' si 4: l .W A ' 'fa S, -s N X t Q i Q : ik 9 S 424 Y 33 Civ 5 1 20 21 22 Z3 Z' Z5 16 N 28 19 30 3' I5 is A 5 5 1 8 9 10 in 'Z l3 3 l 2 David Conway George Doty 3 3 ei, 2 Mike Caudel Paul Dugyngki 3 Kenny Rye Eddy Lawrence 4 Guy Crawford Bill Brum 5 Jon Smithson Mike Smith 6 Ralph Whidmarl Craig Benedict 7 Rusty Brekun Bob Prudhomme 8 Larry Stowers Liam Ball 9 DOH Choate j0e Peden 10 Steve Jett Louis Sommers l l Dean Howell Greg McGhee I2 Barry BObbitI Pat Montgomery 13 Leo Thrasher Doug Hogg l4 Keith Graham Leslie M0rri5 l5 Mike OlSCI'l D0r1 Maxwell 16 Roy Anderson Bill Goetike 17 RlCl'l Sherrod Carl Elder 18 Jimmy Ivy Johnny Johnson 19 Arden Plattner oe"' We stand with 122 years of tradition behind us, tradition based on pride, honor and integrity. We have preserved the .X ideals of freedom and individuality within the mass. Each face on this page reflects the soul of a mang and it is not only the face, but the soul, that we have tried to know, to under- stand, to believe and to love. We are brothers in the essence of the word, because it was not chance that brought us and keeps us together. We do together what most men are forced to do by themselves. We ve seen good times and bad, and ff weathered great storms that might have drowned us, had we faced them alone. And we've shared thejoy of victories, each man knowing that without him it could not have been won. When our days are waning and our keg has been tapped to the dregs, the memories of these days will burn brightly in our minds and we will know that by this brotherhood we I learned oflife and love, and were better men because ofit. - A Phi Delt LZ 'iil 2 fl l l l l Qi, y . Mt Qs Wh i it Emil lzaf 7 ttyl' my al ij SD! 5 r. 5 BWI f Q4 ,fill-tmuiW'QXfl5 ii akin 9 NM fn Ju W in l. Jeff Barton . Jim Ashworth . Bruce Patton Kim Anderson Bill Fortney Tom Daley David Wood Gary Wortham Nolan Scott Donna Chapman' Mike Jarrett Mary Jeanne Black' Wendall Ellis Ronnie Overbeek Larry Richardson Bill Followill1Catl Steve Wood Stacy Woodall Don McCloud 22. Gunther Strauss 24. Bobby Scribner 25. Steve Will 26 . Alan Stockard 27. Tommy Honeig 28 . Ray Harris 59. Bill warmer 30 . Orsen Paxton 31. Ronnie Chambers 32. Wendall Ward 33 . David Tipton 34. Steve Flusche 35. Bill Bradford 36 . Bobby Gazzola . Phil Shaw . Mike Kimball 37 38. Gary Cates 39 40 . Wes Thomas . Eric White . Ernie Prochaska . Jerry Roberts . Jack Diehl . David Clark . David Livingston 42 43 44 45 46. John Lollinger 47 48 49 50 . James Watson . Larry Lewis . Bob Hutchins . Walt Hammond 51 52 53. Kirk Walden 54 55 . Kenny Keown 56 57. Richard Craig 58 . Bill McCormack 'Ladies of the Black ef mga .4 U, .. Jimmy Kinney ' Joe Baile! Di3ITlODd Barry Stovall Iglffiasmith Dieter Strauss ' 1 emmg ' X, I 5.2 . ..: .lf .... z .v',.. Friend, Such a simple word, But a word with much meaning. What is a friend? A friend is the person who gets you out ofyour blind date after you have seen her wearing an orthopedic hat. A friend is a person who zealously protects your i beer while you take care ofother pressing business. A friend is a person who calls your name for you . in class and takes legible notes. A friend is the one who lends you a dime for a ham- burger so you won't have to break a dollar. A friend is the one who doesn't care whether you pay him back the dime or not. A friend is the person with the bail money. A friend is a person who doesn't stab your fin- .. gers with his fork when you reach for his french fries. 5 A friend is a person who is glad when you are glad. And a friend is the one who listens to your problems. . A friend is a person you can laugh with and share 1 your personal thoughts with. A friend is a brother. I have ninety such friends in Fiji and I call them my brothers. What more could anyone ask for? ! Steve Wood ' FIJI Z if Y ab, I. avnxvg 'B if 'Y ? 1 A. PHI GAMM DELT W N ., ., - M' '12 A 3 ' . ?' - .fer 'A' v-1:44-11-fl fx aff .' .' 'i, ,x A. .3-V.V:yr,fLy3QjQl. 311,55 , A if 5. by Ig.-,ggup-.,.,-,J , Q.gA,A5,,.l:,.,-wgl1,L-::1j.:j, 43 . ' f 15?::,v7'-'T,i:3f:y:5,qAp 1 f ,J If .'.',:.fn .gi-Q I 4 r 1: pw-1? V ., W? A ' g'fe-if-4:msifg'9,yf H- f-24 21, w f,:r5l:f', Q f:pfvf'f'J5,' 1 . 'wi .LJ fwi-,:y5f','fF'f' fGf"3Jg2-if :A'7fI":IL .N 'iv 'f . ' .4 , .2T?f'fa.1':ff' 5" r V f Lf J, "fT'E1f4,f'L55Li Q52 - , f u ,4 M .-,, ,.f.n,.. .g I ...Ky , -,'-.+f.1++f- ,- -- ,nr',qs- '1 yea.: 2 .1- - ' .pg -fn", -. ,. 1, -' aww, 'J . Q7 4 g Q 1,535 ls -Q I ff" ,L W2 Q- f ' Qi 1 f , ,L f,.,.Z,f- x X,- .U ffgizfif Q -i '43 Q- QQ 'f 'Jig 3' A ff ,E CP'1f,w"x " " fffwf ' Il 'fi ' 4 Q , s,?m,,wr'i, 4. 5' 7' 7' ig' 5 J V.-v+v ffkwu W7 I J jf ,f-XPQ JJ' wig, H I X' M33 F 'ay V vim? 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Mjmmf Mary Hardee Managing Editor Majoring in Hist Cathy Pill Ne ws Reporter M ajoring in Eng Jeff Wolfskill Sports Editor Majoring in Govt Donna Woolbright News Reporter Majoring in Soc Gary Cochran Editor-in-Chief Head Photographer Majoring in Math John Dycus Copy Editorfor Shorthorn and Reveille Cathey Robertson Editor Majoring in For Lan Gary Newsom Sports Reporter Majoring in Bio Lana Lambert Organization Majoring in Soc Twyla Rains News Reporter Majoring in Eng Bob Severn Copy Writer Majoring in Eng 431. "raw -WJ-4 fait' 46? dfnrQ'3 Ann Huff Section Editor Majorzng in Malh Sherry Flemmg Slajf Majoring in Russian ff" Xiu Dianne Matthews Sta Majoring in Educ Thelma Nlchols Copy Writer Majoring in Eng Gemmy Sweet Staff Majoring in BA P-L Anme Plpp1I1S Assislanl Supervisor Majoring in S E tudent ublications: eadlines EveryD Sportswriting is always hectic, but a 0-10 football season created special problems for sportswriters Gary Newsom and Jeff WoUskill. Here WoUskill supervises the sports layout. In addition to his duties as sports columnist for the Shorthorn and copy writer for the Reveille, Newsom, se- nior science major, works as sports editor for the A rlington Daily News. W, 1 ,... ,I . ., i,,, f f 2? 47 Q W , It . yi , V 7 Z 23 d f 43' I 1 5 W .pf ,. t. ,H W 4 1 , ' 10 7 Q - gf 'lr ffwdw' b ,M QQ, ,' 14 ,X me 260 Each weekly edition ofthe Shorthorn begins with a Monday work with 18 reporters while photographers and ad manager do morning assignment ofstories and ends with a Friday morning their thing. On Wednesday, the longest day of the week, all the s ' 0 E' F8 ff.: delivery of 10,000 newspapers. A staff ofthree executive editors pieces have toj7t together before anyone goes home. M 't Z .g,,, i Wm? ' ss 15 yt 9 5 5' 5 s. 2 f K N' t 5 ff X ff ni Q 1 e Eiilgyfx, 1 N a 1. . Msg "" f... fi 3 0 , W wma in 133 'lla-...,, ,,,--nn., W" Y ff 2 MWWQ Y WW. L ,I , if-wmv 1 "1 N , fa 3 YV 3 Q '37 XWQVQ N " X se ff X X Xfq 0 wwf' as reg fabyifk ,, 2, Q 56 R 3, Q wr, x 1 - 4 C While yearbook editors Calhey Robertson and Gary COCl1r6l11 fee and criticism when the need arises. A former Reveille editor, revise the dummy photographer Donna Christiansen Left files Roselle works for the Public Information Omee. Mrs. Estes co- negatzves Ken Roselle and Dorothy Estes Standmg, provide cof ordinates production for four ojfcial student publications. Thursday is print shop day for the Shor- thorn staff Adviser Roy Moses stands by to assist editors Mary Hardee and Don Sloan in their rush to stay ahead ofthe press. Papers are printed Thursday night and delivered early Friday morning. 261 f 5 5 -V ,,.. .X I S i 1 .S ,kg es KN Z ,if ' H xx .W s W A ,. it ,. ,. yy M. . V Nt ,J gs!! f W ssl? 7 M fm i MV! ff 'ff W nf fr . '42 . , iff- f A ., fy ,Wu slf .W V. ff yi.: f - Ziff ', . ' ms' ,QW ' -Nfl, . wi 'Wt - Q- figs A i ,i ' Y s ' 110 i ie ' ' f Y ,Q , I NW TQ N a. Q' . MAGAZINE GF UT , pg, X r I f V X af 1 N X ff , X X X X X -g 1 5, 'Klub X X . . X J , X v i' 7 I K X N X . f. - Af x ' -J 3 ffl?-A 5 X , 'I . X if iff' tg JG' 9 if If A N Q, Ag F535-N fi Ai 1, ff 4 , X I X .391 "pig I L LJ' gg, . I . ff 1. if Aw ,. 'TTI 'P 'f ' sh l ' -f , l r . R I x IVL 1 ,I xg I k ff - . ,fits I x 5- T Q f - '-' Q 4 J Q l i at it I W i gk 'X' mwvmwmwwfm fans sw, ,M mxms-.wwgwwhfnmsx 0 tu ww, us - I , . If . C- msnsf W' f an pn un rr f. .N 4- x 'J ff A i- x J W if RTW. X N.. ',,7X, a '1.xQ 2AN .:Q. 1 ssff In the fall of 1970 the University's Stu- dent Publications Department gave birth to its newest creation, PRISM, The Mag- azine of UTA. The idea of an all-campus magazine that would appeal to students, faculty and alumni as a whole had been kicked around in the department for a number of years, but the task of actually building such a publication fell to Jim Black, the magazine's first editor, and a small group ofenthusiastic supporters. Turning the idea into reality meant drafting a complete prospectus, taking hints and advice from other student and professional magazines, earning the right kinds of support in the university chain of command and proving the feasibility of a self-supporting magazine. Within four months of the date of inception, the PRISM was born and the university re- sponded eagerly. t 2 ,,,,,,, . K X at ,: After a year of publication, the PRISM received a number of accolades. Several national publishers had written asking for sample copies to use in their displays as an example of modern student publications. Leaders in the community and the region had written letters of appreciation, and most significant, the university community waited expectantly for each succeeding issue. Student writers and artists, faculty members and professional journalists con- tributed to the magazine, helping to achieve the PRISM's first aim, to honestly represent the entire university community. It is significant that during the entire publishing history of PRISM, to date, the bulk of the shaping ofthe magazine has been the responsibility of its editor, Jim Black, and art director, Liz Smith. Black, a Senior English major, had previously worked as a staff writer and photographer ' Nw .-' x ff-- ,,,f' il af IE ,MIM 'N , . , Xl lx , ,, N ,, 7 A a- ,, ,N ,f -4 11458-Q5 I A 1 fl. QA f t l ff? - JR f S' v me TN Q 5 I 2' wa? IC B ,... N I R , , , ,N flashing 'S' ax g .M ' lim lr on Dallas and Arlington newspapers, Pub- C C R' lisher's Assistant at TEXAS METRO ' MAGAZINE, an Army Information Of- I I I Q 'il H ficer in Vietnam, and freelancer in Europe gk jj and the Orient. Liz Smith, a Senior Art major, had been involved in commercial and fashion illustration for the past five years. She was active in the UTA Art Club, held local exhibitions and, partially as a result of her work on the PRISM, was contacted by a number of commercial art directors, including Neiman-Marcus', for future job placement. Despite the imagination, the desire and the support of its readers, the PRISM was not built on happy promises - as a self- supporting magazine it requires the sup- port ofthe Dallas-Fort Worth-Mid Cities community. The lasting value of the PRISM, still, depends on the quantity and the quality ofthat support. A -AL s I ,,,.. ,,, , , . vi i ,, f .5 - ., 5 ," -2,- NWM warm W fm-f. f """"' ' f f 4 ,A r X- ,gr r -M ss , j, Q ,,, ,i I ,M 3 ri Review An old publication with a new look, the Review made drastic changes this year in format and content. The change to larger, wider pages permits variations in layout. In addition, some ofthe categories were omitted this year in an attempt to create more reader interest for the annual publication of student crea- tive writing, photography. and art. 4, ....., ,....1-aww' Many Sides To ROTC The Reserve Officer Training Corps program is designed to provide experience in the art of organizing, motivating, and leading men. lt includes instruction, both in the classroom and through maneuvers, to help develop self-discipline and physical stamina - qualities useful in any walk of life. Activities for the military-minded stu- dent include the Sam Houston Rifles, not- ed for their intricate drill patterns which have become a trademark of UTA home halftime shows. In the Jodies' 30-year his- tory they have placed first in over 90 per cent oftheir drill meets. The Rifle and Pistol teams participate in challenge pistol and shoulder-to-shoul- der matches, as well as National Rifle Association and conference competition. Newest ROTC addition is the Insurgent Team, which trains cadets in the tactics, logistics, and techniques of field problems. f 264 'smilie -'P' rum WF? The unU'0rm ofthe day is relaxed" M M. Parks, M. Stevens inspect B. Goldman. v N? 5 L 7 X, .- Q ' -' vi xl X N X Vx 5 , Xe x Jodie Sweetheart Susan Wood receives Commendation in windy F all A wards Ceremony F A f A , WMM- qyiiffff .gg gmail!! 391005 I W A2 W to ,q ge? , ix ew 1 we f t s The ROTC program, which builds men, also knows a thing or two about sweet- hearts, who must be at least sophomores with a 1.0 grade point average, personable, attractive - and willing to relinquish their Thursday afternoons, the day devoted to drill maneuvers. The sweethearts, who are elected by corps members and individual teams, can be seen each Thursday on the south 40 parking lot drill field - in balmy condi- tions or blizzard - lending moral encour- agement to the squad. In addition to drill practice support, the ladies also bake cookies for cadets at Christmas and entertain at the Military Ball, where they are presented. ROTC sweethearts accompany their teams on all corps trips. wi K, 3 ,xi ,se .iss , Sw s 1970 1971 i RUTCS h 1 Weet earts it? , gg Linda Rogers - Corps Sweetheart ii' Dianne Kucera - A Company ' Marilyn Killman e B Company Beverly Burk e C Company 1 Susan Wood - Sam Houston Rifles M Donna Price f Insurgent Team Bernie Sulak f Pistol Team Terry Thompson e Rifle Team Janice Taraba e Band Company Kathy Nannan A MISO Carolyn McGowan - Staff e ,,,,,. More Than Looks Required of Sweethearts mama, , Mm fu-.Q..'...,..,.a.,t,, , Yew 2 g Wa Au,- r ' N4 fi ,A f, .fi 'V ik' A 1 of an 1 33,111 QQ gf? 1 l 53 3 age wav pe , Z 5 1 S di ii 37 71. V, , ,I Q 1 5 W ,dns 4 .9 M' 2: 'r ' . Viv QI. , " L Top Row: Linda Kaye Rogers, Terry Marilyn Kiinzan, Janice Taraba, Kalh 66 66 ffm' we Thompson, Bernie Sulak, Dianne Kueera, Donna Price, Susan Wood, Beverly Burk. Bottom Row: Carolyn McGowan, ul' Nannan. VCO. Front Row: David Patton, Bill Blake, Rick Barnes, Starz Juan Alvarez. Fourth Row: John Lattinzore, Pai1lCooper, William Fhonzpson, Mike Maurer. Second Row: Clenimons, Mike Kenas, Gray, Steve Britton, .lim Seribner. Fifth Row: Gar'1'Roden, R. C Vlike Morrow, Barry Robinson, Fred Zapata. Third Row: Doyle Roark, Dan Young, Frank Filyaw, Glenn Jorgensen. Sixth Row: fise, Mike Esselnzan, Don Fulton, Robert Mitchell, Bill Block, Claude Lerbensherg, Doug RUje-v, J. Vines, T. Wood, B. Slater. Q Y Q 'W' -nr ffl' W . 'HI' 9' -pn ,,,x 9-Q -his Ojicers. Front Row: Steve Simonton, Andy Ward, Stan Wright, Cockerham, Erie Russell. Fourth Row: Larry Norris, William Steve Hollingsworth. Second Row: Michael Waters, Mike Porter- Ray, Bob Guertz, Linda Kaye Rogers, Fredrico Reyes, Tom Mil- Held, Dennis Estoll, Mike Coleman, Fred Galdi. Third Row: Wal- son, Edward Howery, Steve Snzith. ter Lynn, Thomas Lawton, Richard Reese, Wayne Jackson, Terry 267 'team won the Central ROTC Conference - ifle Team Under the leadership of Sgt. Solan S t Phelps as coach and Bill Walters as team captain, the UTA Rifle Team has once again proven itself one of the best squads ofits kind in the nation. Shooting various .22 caliber rifles, the VWQW , N championship for the second straight year. In the 1969 Reserve Forces postal match, the team as a whole was 12th in the nation out of 126 participating teams, while Wal- ters placed fourth in the nation in individu- al scoring. Results of the 1970 match are expected to place the team in the top five ofthe nation. The team also competes in various invi- tational matches. Anyone is eligible to try out for the team, but only ROTC cadets can compete in the matches. Team sweetheart is Terry Thompson. Front Rowi Roger Britt, Bill Walters, 1saptain,',Rifk Barnes, X05 Mike Kenas, Lloyd Henderson,Johnny Taylor, Karen Mat'l, Doug RUfey, ShernvStron, Monty Tom Wood, Johnny Selnzan. Second Row: Sgt. Phelps, coachq Norman Travis, Von Gonten, Terry Thonzpson,sweeIheart,' Mike Oujesky, John Brunette. K-21-1 I- - , N ' i f . ' " i V TAX! ' s .,,.' 268 i The Military and Intelligence Service Organization is a newly formed organization whose purpose is to recruit college-bound high school students into the ROTC pro- gram. Its members include Gilbert Borton, Steve Simonton, Bob Nm: Lvnn, Wayne Jackson, Lawrence Johnson, John Taylor, Kathy lNlannen, sweetheartq John Joiner, Michael Brusewitz, Jim Scriv- ner, Tawn Bennett, Glenn Jorgenson, Larry Taylor, Bill Slater, Dennis Estoll, Franklin Desser, Rufus Roark, andJuan Alvarez. Pistol Team The purpose ofthe UTA Pistol Team is to teach interested cadets how to shoot .22 pistols. All necessary equipment is sup- plied to the ten team members for their practices twice weekly and for their five yearly meets and all local monthly competition. The team placed second in the nation for ROTC in 1969 with Bob Lynn as cap- tain and Sgt. Hoise Bell as coach. Bernie Sulak is team sweetheart. The Pistol Team participates in several intercollegiate pistol matches. First Row: Jesus Reyes. Second Row: Mike Nobles, Bob Richey, William Adams, Bill Richey, Bernie Su- lak, sweetheart. 269 For 151 years the Army ROTC has served on American college campuses. The University of Texas at Arlington has maintained a corps for many of those years. The largest extracurricular team at UTA since its formation in l960 is the Insurgent Team which trains cadets in small-unit tactics and counter-insurgency. During the 1969-70 academic year, the Insurgent Team participated in several activities under the direction ofjoe Dancs- es, team commander. Their first mission was held early in September when they performed at the Confederate Air Show at Greater South- west International Airport. The other activities of the Insurgent Team this year were in the form of field problems which tested the skills of cadets in simulated battlefield exercises. Loca- tions of these field problems were at Deca- tur and Gilmer, Texas. Sweetheart of the Insurgent Team this year was Donna Price. Team Conznzafzaler Joe Dancses plots strategy by lzeadlighl beanzjor nigh! maneuver. Insurgent Team Front Row: Norris, XO, Ward, S-35 Russell, S-45 Dancses. Second er. Last Row: Jorgenson, Estoll, Adams, Gray, Lattimore, Ray, Per Row: Vise, Morton, Kinsey, Padgetl, Filyaw, Blake, Mitchell. Third ez,SGM. Row: Patron, Oujesky, Hawes, Malkin, Leibensberger, Roark, Geis- W. 270 vm- 'S Front Row: Susan Wood, sweetheart: Mark Stevens, commander: Capt. Jerry B. Houston, sponsor. lst Squad: Louis Meza, Mike Morrow, Paul Cooper, Steve Vfaynord, Jim Scrivner, Frank Desser, George Barnhart. 2nd Squad: Mike Par- ker, Mike Maurer, Stan Thompson, Thomas Johnson, Juan Alvarez, Barry Rob- ties the past year. Parade. Cadet Sergeant Val Prather in a brace. The Sam Houston Rifles, the Jodies, is the drill team at UTA. Under the direction of Team Commander Mike Parker, the .lodies participated in over a dozen activi- insori. 3rd Squad: Charles Darwin, Mike Box, Steve Britton, Luke Beck, Mae Whiddon, Steve Commons. 4th Squad: Boyd Goldman, Val Prather, Steve Wright, Fred Zapate, Stan Wright. am Houston Rifles In August, the .Iodies began their activi- ties with participation in a Patriot Day Service at a local church. During the regu- lar year, they marched in the Veterans Day Parade, the Miss Teenage America Parade in Fort Worth, the Cotton Bowl Parade in Dallas, the George Washington Birthday Celebration, Southwest Regional Drill Meet, the Cameron tOkla.J State College Drill Com-petition, the Fiesta Flambeau and the Armed Forces Day Accompanying the team during the year was their sweetheart, Susan Wood. 271 The Ball's more than ceremony and speakers. It's also an officers. Here, Lt. Col. Eugene Shea introduces MS X I ROTC student proud to have someone special meet his John A. Joiner and his date to Mrs. Shea. Christmas ilitar all: The rm 'At Ease, 27 Capt. John Moser applauds the military Ball corps program. "It's a midget Middiel" - Skit cadets react to crate contents. x 13 V I ,V 5 X I . N H21 x7 X Q ff 456 My i S 8 E Z' 1 X ' ,ff if A ! 'Q A X T11 ' Qi xxx-.tix Xu 214. 2 Q 3555 9 1 A 1 - 0 O . M is N I 0153 iq 4 X f Y' 5. xs l 'I 1 N 1 5 , ln 2 ' X- 5. " . N 'SV xg X4 2 3 N Q 'ff Q' Q? 15,1 ' X vt sk-XR ix x if X x ff X , ,nl- Ra ichtenwalter Conducts Brass Ensemble Some of the biggest sounds come from the two smallest organizations: the Brass Ensem- ble andthe Lab Band. Directed by Ray C. Lichtenwalter, the Brass Ensemble performed special arrange- ments of baroque and contemporary music for their two campus performances. From blues and rock to jazz, the notes aren't poured from a demitasse cup when Danny Burkholder strikes up his Lab Band. Many of the members are professionals and belong to the American Federation of Musicians. Brass Ensemble TRUMPET Doris Carr Curtis Aman . , Thomas Brantley TRUMPET y Rex Gomillion Jerry Warden Chip Younkin Charles Younkin A '1 Walter 'Richard Billy Martinez FRENCHAHORN SAXQPHONE Sara Hill Morris Moore John Litrio 510111211111 Price , G 1 W oy Woods ay e est Perry Smith TROMBONE Johnny Lane CLARINET George Pempsell Moms Moore Joe prado Ramona Thorp BASS BASS GUITAR Mickey Nowell Wayne Hum BARITONE GUITAR Alan Reed Christopher Sowden B A PIANO f Lab Band Mike Appleby A' 4 TROMBONE DRUMS A p .V 'Frederick Ervijn Richard Meredith A f Richard Vishesnay Chaf1Cy.H2im1nong1f 1 l 274 1 K ii' 1' 'E' ai Emphasis Is on Innovation in Lab Band Christine Rutherford, who also sings with the Madri- gal Singers and the University Chorus, belts a tune with the Lab Band. 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Billed this year as the Lone Star Rebel Marching Band, the band wears black mil- itary uniforms accented with a large or- ange star. Their manuevers begin as pencil sketch- es by Director Jack Mahan and Assistant Director William Postlethwaite. Before the 130 members begin rehears- als, all positions have been charted and numbered for each of the intricate maneu- vers that they form for all home football games. This year the band traveled to Fort Worth and Beaumont for halftime per- formances at the TCU and Lamar Tech ,, 5 games to help boost team morale. Band members build up points for scholarships as well as endurance by per- forming at ball games and by attending summer camps where rehearsals begin in torrid weather for glacial performances during football season. Despite a losing football season, the band served as spirited supporters as well as halftime entertainers throughout the season. The Pep Bands, divisions of the Rebel Marching Band, perform for pep rallies, basketball games, and swimming meets. Q S 6 pg 6 sy: , Z, 277 Rebel Lone Star Wi Avg kb + f :QUE A XF x ' ' : . ."X 4 , I f2 f . A.. 5 ' W ,f 1 ' W C gl 278 Debbie Carroll Marilyn Whittenberg Ianthe McCrea arching Band I 1 I 5 gf 11 F IE 4 f sk .txt i-S ,,..-'+V V47 WFHQW A' .- 11 ' hu www 1-ugk N V 'S Q f X 1 MVA Bunny Hesch Lynn Fanning .Al 3 , Milton Strong, Head Drum Major I 279 I I V J Top Row: Bill Quarles, Gary Lancaster, Volney Dempsey, Mickey Nowell, Boyd Sarratt, Jim Haanan, Victor Michels, Jantes Taulntan, Dan Rash, Randy Vaughn, Charles Parish, Norman Hant. Second Row: Mike Scheuermann, Doug Smith, David Jobe, James Nichols, Keith Richard, Jimmy Ledbetter, Dale Har- ris, Jack Bruce, Brain Stone, David Lau, Frasier McConnell, Larry Leonard. 4049 5 i lui. A Cappella Linda Anderson, Bonnie Dove, Cindy Harpold, Jennjer Jackson, Karen Fletch er, Jean Osburn, June Johnson, Janet Charles. Bottom Row: Joan Lindsey, Glen da Hawthorne, Linda Rogers, Bettye Brewster, Jan Webb, Connie Murphree Barbara Qualls, Pam Miller, Sandy C ajjey. C athy Welton, Carolyn C orey, Deb orah Hughes. Third Row: Donna Allen, Evelyn Trammell, Robbie Magill, Elizabeth Milam, ? f x f ' 5 7 W4 !5 11 ,-fghgfss .4 My ' 2 5 5 5 ihlkS5t . Q Z ' C , e , ft X ?1 X f - L ' t 5 S L fr Y, 2 3 A t t - 5 it f .-e' - 3 ' f ' f l . j i. ' s . , 6 fl: i vt , Q 4,55 ---. V t M d l ,, a nga i ff' 280 Evelyn Trammell, Mike Scheuermann, Elizabeth M ilam, Gary Lancaster, Joan Lindsey, Victor M ichels, Christine Rutherford, Dale Harris, Bonnie Dove, Lar- ry Leonard, Connie Murphree, Bill Travis, Kathy Welton. lt D r f Top Row: Pam Miller, James Nichols, Vouney Dempsey, Jimmy Ledbetter, Karen Fletcher. Second Row: Bet- tye Brewster, Dan Rash, Randy Vaughn, Jennifer Jackson. Bottom Row: Doug Smith, Sandy Coffey. Glenda Hawthorne, Jan Webb, Jack Bruce. 1' The choral section, under the direction of Gary Ebensberger, is comprised of four choral groups. The A Capella Choir, con- sisting of approximately sixty voices, is open to music majors and non-music ma- jors. The Holiday Singers, a strictly pop group, is a group of twelve outstanding voices selected from the A Cappella Choir. The Madrigal Singers, a group of sixteen voices, is new in the choral department this yearg membership in the A Cappella Choir is not a prerequisite for this group. The University Chorus is only offered in the spring. This group combines with the A Cappella Choir to perform orchestral works. The A Cappella Choir, Holiday Singers and Madrigal Singers go on an annual tour in the spring, and give an an- nual fall and springconcert. 281 U 1 3. ef -'ff f-L , 1 ' X 8 , " . x fy 5 r' . Q ,- ,. , f 5 'E .MIX 33 I f X t 9 X N L ,A A v X K EX 1 - r 9 J H ,NN R--V .,. K I , 3 ,N f ' "WW B T 5, A X' w N Q ff. V , f . A : x . x AX , Q , sv R was Q 135 xt Q . ff' S " n'W'v-vo.- . 4:-, M Q F , . ' -an 1 'Y . " , +5 lk '--.-, Q? my N A x X P , A T. 'wi' I!! Q V' . in Mg' ,yr f, m X' p ji A . 5 4 k . Q' y i .f'. 'Mi' ' , we 9 1, ,AL . I , 1, X x m R V4 Q TTL., I MN: 'lx I x "" 1" ' ' Q' MN' M, 542.3 y ,Q-.: 9- 'W , .,., 44, X t X. wx A5 ' Mwf x X ....,... f .,, X 0 y 1 I 114, wwww . ,I . ' r X, X wa K, 1 I-'jgill .A J,l'7:'+'f 5' gf S Q 1, 4 N. , ' Y i.. X ' f' 3' "' J 'A " K - , . ai' ' -J ' 3 , I, K U A t , 1 x' Q ,v,...f H ul I, 1 M-fz A I fs ' S .4f"' V si KK, vwu.Aa Symphonic Band Members PICCILO-FL UTE Vicki Driggers FL U TES Jane Hembree John Allison OBOE Wm. Boyd Sarratt III CLARINE TS Larry Bloom David Dowden Vince Caruth Lathan Stroud Mike McGill Janet Wiggins Ray Hubbard Ramona Thorp AL T0 CLARINET Milton Strong BASS CLARINET Rebecca Lowrence Cynthia Taylor CONTRA-BASS CLARINET John Benson BASSOONS Helen Berrier Ann Pilkington AL TO SAXOPHONES Jim Nicholson Barbara Qualls TENOR SAXOPHONE Tommy Hall BARITONE SAX OPH ONE Mike Vasek CORNETS Rex Gomillion Keith Rickard Mike Hopkins TR UMPETS Richard Vishnesky Tom Brantley Chip Younklin FRENCHHORNS George Palmer John Litrio Allen Leonard Carol Tipton TROMBONES Charles Malcolm Tom Crosthwait James Crandell BARITONES Hugh Archer Glenn Morris TUBAS Mickey Nowell Mike Price STRING BASS David Hawes PER C USSION David Agee Robert Bourland Danny Boyer Joe Davis Charles Hammond Albert Hunter Donna Lynch Buddy Powers John Robison Steve Scaggs Richard Wageman if XT S 2,-+ N 4 B .,,,. :,:, is fxfsf X 9' .4 Q Q' , W , Q wi Q I, Q75 .. 1 MQ Www 'S ff W iffy I 5 1 ,z 4 exam 1 ,. , 1 - ' W, 4 My ,. V A fi' fi? , V My A , ' ,x 'y . J A ,Q 5, Q5 .Q K , V. GW 284 Z! f f 2 Q' VL? , Q 4 , , 21 Mrs- 6 W' ,W , . 'K x gf 'Wap , .Q 13' df lx 4' v i M ', mtv ,. xv, 42 gf' fam, M, . 'Y X 'K x as fvlz' W' H' il XX A W iw A -N ff W N .I ' Qs S V 1 F u 4 21" Football s . . . Discovering The Emptiness of Defeat 135 W aff awww '.,fr" ' . . . Doing Your job, Then Helping Your Teammate Do His . . Learning to Endure Pain 286 5 ' ,QX vig 'V Vis? Q ' Q 1. Y .I 4 RJ! e A N, 1 in i M. But Most of All, Living and Working as a Team Friends of . i ""'W'Il4nu-nl" Cheerleaders are an indispensable part ofany football team just as are the many men who volunteer their time to work in the press box, compiling official ganze statistics. 3 ................,...-.......,..,,-.,N,,.,N ...,e VY-. .,...V -.,. .-M- ,......n----nf ,,...,...,,..... UTA , ,W ,, if aj AJ! 'N lf W ,,,3' f,,:,, ,P -! Linz,-" i M 4' - 1 ' 1 3 lf",' fi' I , ..,, l . , YP " '.f ry' ' 1 " .AQ A 1' fgiflsa :W ,. "5-ite: 'T' v--M-.1 . ,. , -, 'iam 8 Varsity Roster QUARTERBACKS Class I0-Dave Taylor .....,.. 3 l l-Tony Wilson ....... 2 I2-Lanny Fleming ..... 2 I 3-J erry Hodges ....... l FLANKERS 22-Ronnie Lucas ....... 4 88-Art Tillotson ....... 2 TAILBACKS 25-Bryan Lancaster .... 2 26-Robert Hill ........ 2 29-Bobby Searcy .....,l 3 FULLBACKS 31-Marc Griffin ....... 3 43-Sid Sims ..... .... 2 46-Billy Wray . . . . . ., 3 GUARDS 63-James Jenkins ...... 4 64-Emory Estes ....... 3 66-Steve Davis ......., 2 TACKLES 71-Don Morrison ...... 4 72-Marvin Porter ...... 2 75-Terry Moore ....... 2 76-Phillip Berry ....... 4 ENDS 80-Roger Thompson . . . l 81-Brent Beesley ....... 2 82-Mike Lowery .....,. 3 83-Joe Bellar ......,... 2 86-Kent Hibbitts ....... 2 SAFETIES 24-Steve Wells ........ 1 32-Mike Shiflett ....... 2 34-John Williams ...... 2 HALFBACKS 27-Robert Evans ....... 4 30-Preston Clemons .... 2 36-Ernest Baptist ...... 2 CENTERS 50-Maurice Hitchcock . . 4 ROVERS 37-Larry McGee ....... 3 45-Fred Bunte ......... 2 LINEBACKERS 4l-Jimmy Page ........ 3 47-Randy Yates ....... 2 55-Gary Gough ........ 3 56-Dennis Battenfield . . . 2 57-Fred Bolton ........ 4 68-Chris Ortman ...... 3 TACKLES 6 l -Mike Botter ........ 3 70-Lynn Malone ....... 2 73-Rusty Moore ...,... 2 ENDS 60-Sam Beavers ....... 2 65-Milton Davis ....... 3 74-Calvin Whitmire .... 2 78-Sid Bailey ........., 4 Exp. lVL Fr. Fr. HS 3VL Fr. Fr. Fr. Squad IVL Fr. Squad lVL lVL Fr. 2VL Fr. Fr. 2VL HS Fr. lVL Fr. Fr. HS Fr. Fr. 2VL Fr. lVL Squad ZVL Fr. Squad Fr. Squad Fr. 2VL lVL Squad lVL Tr. Fr. 1VL Fr. IVL Doctors Galen Steeg and J.P. Dearing at- tended all UTA football games and prac- tices. Team spirit fell even lower with the death of Dr. Dearing following the jinal I game of the season against Lamar Tech. ' e e a m 28 9 1 FOUTBALL 19 0: arsit Hopes ,? i7 I- Q 'wyx 4 -QL -W 'IQ ,A I x .,A ff I ' yi A if Q35 ' if E ' Hgg' , .r 4 Z .W K - 'fm-3 ' -df' ' T 2 g " 53' H f 'Ii ,W 9 4, I , 4 4? Q '94 f V haf! 1 , ,nm yy 9? ' 1 iffy fra if f f ,, f V, , , , W. I , , ,mfg J : gifgljiii Q , ., 4, -2 ,favggwj f e 9 i ? 4 ,ws wb an 4 1 X .ff ff N - , S w 25 WW 7? iw www .Awww JK .N ,, ff 1 iw W ZW mwwbwxi ' 290 Plummet With Mercur C ap Iains. Varsity Season Record UTA 7 .,.... Texas Christian University . 7 .......... New Mexico State ..... 20 .... 6 .... 7 .... 0 .... 8 .... 7 .... 7 .... . . . . Southern Mississippi . . . . . . . . Texas Lutheran . . . . . . . . . Southwest Louisiana . . . . 'Trinity . . . West Texas State . . . , . . . 'Abilene Christian . . . . . . . . 'Arkansas State . . . . . 0 .... ....... "' Lamar Tech ....... 69 ............... 7 7.. 0 .... 6 .... Total ,.......... 'Southland Conference Games Junior Varsity Season Record . . . Ranger Junior College . . . . . . . Cisco Junior College . . . . . . . . Texas Tech Freshmen . . . . University of Houston Freshmen Don Morrison, Fred Bolton fkneelmgj Co OPP 31 35 26 17 28 24 33 21 27 24 266 20 17 52 48 Upponentsa Defense verwhelms Re ffense t.mQ?r5s "' il '-5 M.. W ., 'V' A 'HYUIIAL ' f M, ' q ' V .. M, ,. , X- wg ,A Wtfwmuw--W... HF .ef +V ,bw ,WMWF ' 'sk . .g...., , In -H w 5l'i.'PWZ:' . , ' ,- -'Wf'A?'4Q"' "" 79 5.1"-""-'-2 viw s, ' r l' V fa nf ' " " 'i'f".G6ff" ,, . -N ' Y , " A ' ' X 5"""l:l'fA523111 -'N " -W B Q "' 'WM I , A, L , f -e ff V '1-urn , .. - ,A , -te ,, ' M -' 1151 , me , ' A, Flanker Art Tillotson suddenly comes to an abrupt halt with a pass from quarter- back Steve Cox as a pair of Lamar Tech defenders make violent Contact during the 24-0 season-ending defeat to the Cardinals. 292 .99 ' ' 1 A X, wig-Lnwewl , ' - " '---W my ,QM ww The going gets rough in a hurry for UTA 's sophomore fullback Sidney Sims as Lamar Tech lineman Bruce Taylor and Charles Cantrell make contact deep in UTA territory. Although it appears that UTA 's Marc Grjfin is on his way to score, the Lamar Tech defense made an 11th hour save and stopped him short ofthe goal. The Rebs ended a frustrating season losing 24-0 posting thefrst 0-10 season in UTA history. UTA almost ended its loss streak at seven in Abilene, playing inspiredfootball beforefalling 21-7 to Abilene Christian College. The Rebel ojfense was stoppedjust short ofthe goal line twice by a rousing Wildcat defense which was able to rise to the occasion as it is shown above making the stop onfullback Billy Wray. One of the few plays which UTA could honestly call its bread- and-butter was the option play. However, it was not destined to add to the Rebels' offensive yardage on this play as Steve Cox is about to meet Lamar Tech's defensive end, Daryl Wells. Wells polished off Cox, and the entire UTA offense had about the same amount of success as Lamar avenged 53-16 '69 loss to the Rebs. 293 Team Efforts Almost Reverse Losing Streak M' Wiiimtn 294 s 4 " . We 4 va ' W J , , 4 , 4, Ln Gang tackling like this by Samuel Beavers f60j, Preston Clemmons 1302, and Lynn Ma- lone l70j brought the Rebels close to their Hrst season win in the ACC contestf however, the Wildcats' passer Jim Lindsey nullmed the strong UTA ejyort as the Rebels fell 21 -7. Quarterback Tony Wilson barks signals during the Texas Lutheran game, as UTA fell I 7-6 in an error-Hlled contest. gi r-mgqg, 'ww- Mya Ni Xl A c 'ywf f ,yu X x Y 1, , X, I ,.t,. X . I , .. , Q sw, in - 5 6 N kv , Q 'Qi ft Defensive backheld coach Judd Ramsey talks with John Williams via field tele- phone from his pressbox viewpoint relay- ing information he hopes will help strengthen the faultering Reb defense. fm W is T is A s Q ff .U -f . , W' 1 TJ 1 " . .. is a t ,,,, A 0 f McKinley Knox l37j dives at the football which has been pulled loose from a Trinity University back by Milton Davis l65j. The Tigers overpowered the Rebels to a 24-0 defeat before a large Homecoming crowd as the Rebs cinch the SSC cellar position. 295 .sf-f" Football becomes a game of inches instead of yards near the goal line and UTA 's Dave Taylor, shown here with the end zone in sight, was ruled inches short ofa winning touchdown against Southern Mississippi. The Rebs stung by the call, never recovered and went on to post an 0-10 mark, UTA 's worst season ever. 296 V if .,,., . W rw ' it 3 ' 'i X nk Q X 'a S T V f 1 . X .V 'E 1 . mtl , Q x t . f, 21 5 -2, X . ' Y N X be 592 ii-'ztwsxf' ' We 2, 1., 1 S ss, ,, .4 j' ' 'L' Y -Eu 4, 0 M , ,g N , . Wg SQ' 'swf' M Y ' f 5, Mi ,SR , it X waljmgivgglwt ,w iv at xi, A ,MZ Q-tl fgjaif' 5, lv ' if f ,gf X ws-'J ,wg ww- ? ,i 'Nt Art Tillotson fabovey and Dave Taylor lbelowj perform a ballet of sorts in attempting to avoid Trinity defenders. However, the R ebs lost 24-0, disappointing a substantial homecoming crowd. f. ' hw., as Ja-was - ,gh V W Ji s . ,W Q -uf v ' -,N -"A fb Qu-f " 4. V .f . . -H 'A--'-1 1 ws .,.A-var -kiln' ,M 54 ,, V U, Q, , A qt' ', .. H - f, 1, 1 ' Q. ' 'Kf'W'TiT."fw?':tt2'2:.' WH, ,gg ,At 'FglQh.',. A AA Q ' 'F lv ' X 1, fvfff 'ivff' fx' 5? 1604 if ,iiww 5. 'S' 5? ,-fifty 'QL' 4 M9 I Rebel pponents Form 100-Yard ab rinth 'E spain A UTA ball carrier crashes over for six points during the exciting Southern Mississippi game played in Hattiesburg. The Rebels lost 26-20 despite giving their best performance ofa lengthy 1 970 season. 297 i, oops. - . X wg '4' at t Freshman quarterback is hit from behind by a Lamar Tech rusher, the ball flying off to his right. UTA closed its first 0-10 sea- son with a 24-0 whitewash at Beaumont. X . 5 Y W' 1970 was a year of frequent near misses such as the one above where the football has hit Ron Lucas 's shoulder pad and is doomed to hit the ground as an incompletion. ws' i yf Tb, 5 W v- + , Wt ff X UTA tailback Robert Hill gets the bum's rush from a Trinity University defensive lineman. The Reb's running game against TU proved to be less than outstanding. 298 445 v A Y Uv: W 412 sd! of .F 'af ' U W S as . van. .N Aw-via .M V 1 f "' Q 'Id as 1 f .1 .sew ' 'Cf' 'kr em .A M 5 "' A S A ' ' , A Q M K S C - ,K sp X Agvcwf . , ' ' " ' T ' Z ' xg' ' 5? wb: sd' ft X his V wings 4 -f ' A X52-,,g-mdk A , www . X, .9 , ,affg,Q,g,Q fgwiv A jitmbled football is eyed by UTA 's Mil- ton Davis l65l and Abilene Christian's Patrick Holder l l 1 jg Holder recovered the bobble but UTA almost won the game. being thwarted twice at A CC's goalline. Charlie Lyles frightj and Burley Bearden watch another UTA error. Bearden re- signed in December after his frst losing season in five years as head coach. With an ACC back striking a superman pose, receiver Dennis Duckworthjuggles a sure TD pass from Steve Cox before drop- ping the ball afew steps later. Success of ten wasjust afritteredpass away. 299 QV W Wm The Rebel football team started the season much like a skier at the top of a mountain. And it was the TCU Hornfrogs who gave the Rebs their first big push to an 0-10 season with a convincing 31-7 win. Michael Low- ery made UTA,s only touchdown on a 69-yard play. The 1971 football draft plucked two linemen off the UTA football squad. Don Morrison, offensive tackle, was picked in the fourth round by the New Orleans Saints, while Sidney Bai- ley, UTA defensive end, was the l6th round choice of the Chi- cago Bears. Both are natives of the North Texas area. A frustrating fourth quarter sent the Rebs to their second loss of the sea- son against the New Mexico State Aggies. NMSU, leading only 14-7, rattled off three TD's to finish off their 35-7 victory. A Taylor-to-Marc Griffin pass netted the Rebls only TD. Sophomore defensive back Ernest Baptist was rewarded for his season effort by being chosen for the All- Southland conference team. Since UTA became a four-year school in 1959, single athletes for all major sports have been housed in an unairconditioned sandstone structure on land that used to be the college farm. Finally, improvements to Rebel Village have been scheduled. New kitchen equipment, furniture, and carpet will be installed. One foot of Southern Mississippi l - a. turf was all that kept UTA from their first win of the season. The Rebs had driven to USM's one-foot line with 55 seconds left, but Billy Wray's fourth-down plunge was short. Wray, Gough, and Lowery all scored for UTA. Je p. ---- Nj, Along with new coach Symank came i"..,,,1 N , , a new football training program. at W 'in Beginning each morning at 7 a.m. I -K A is breakfast, the team alternates days , ,,.., 4 if 1, of running and weight-lifting 1n a , 'bit f ,' S-1151 flllql . - Q A 'gf program of strict mental and physi- n cal discipline. After five years as Rebel head coach, Burley Bearden resigned after the winless '70 season to return to the teaching field. He had been associat- ed with UTA for a quarter of a cen- tury, teaching first in 1946 and mak- ing the transition to coaching in 1955. UTA's Steve Cox scored the Rebelis first touchdown in the first quarter and UTA led Abilene Christian 7-0. But in the final three periods, ACC scored three times. At least the Rebs can say they finished All-American quarterback Jim Linsey's career as he left the game with a broken collar bone. Probably the most humiliating defeat UTA suffered all season came at the hands of Texas Lutheran College, 17-6. And moreover, the loss put the Rebel Losing Ma- chine in high gear. Both teams played the turnover game as TLC lost the ball seven times while the Rebs suffered six turnovers. Robert Hill scored a lone touchdown on a one-yard plunge. About the only thing unique in UTA,s 33-8 loss to New Mexico State was that UTA had a freshman quarterback calling signals. And Steve Cox, making his first start for the Rebs, responded by scoring all the Rebel points on a four-yard run and a "W 3" A .,, f H . 1 I Sq. ,... , in ., i in . S' , .'. A Y ' , 5,55 Robbie .Iuul passed for two touchdowns and ran for another iii. I 5 1 ,J ' . . - - -- - '.'- .' W t., " ' ' L ' V. - . to lead the Southwestern Louisiana Rajin' Cajuns past UTA -..,-- I 1 A , , 28-7. The Rebels drove inside the USL 30-yard line seven dif- A it 7 1' '25 . g ferent times, but fumbles and pass interceptions helped the fi ft :qa fi 1 Rebels snatch defeat from the Jaws of certain victory. - 'i'5. .... . two-point conversion. as . .5 h f . ..- Trinity spoiled UTA's homecoming by shutting out the Rebels 24-0 and sent the Rebs to their sixth defeat of the season. UTA played its consistent brand of football by fumbling three times and having one pass intercepted. Sid Sims provided the only excitement for UTA fans with a 31- yard run. x 'Q Cya . W' is h K-Q, ik ' Sid Sims became the first UTA running back in two years to go over the 100-yard mark as he picked up 103 yards against Arkansas State. But the number-one small college in the nation kept their victorious record secure as they soundly defeated the Rebs 27-7. 1 9 wgiw. w w M .. .6 . -. UTA completed its perfect 0-10 sea- 5 ' s. son by losing to Lamar Tech 24-0 in ,,-. Beaumont. The Cards led only 3-0 as P - f the fourth quarter began, but three at quick TD's left the Rebels looking to ' Q 3351 next season for their first win. . .. ...... ii. . Lombardi. . is - . wiv' .,Tg,,.f.a' V' Wi. ' f " H "' I '-:Ls-sl . . , ,,,f grf-.ty-fi,.r,5 gil' -5 - 1 A., iff .-f ' -, 4,1 , . iff? 'Tw' 53, ' :"zs3.ff Q K, 3. 4 'La-fb "5 ew- ' - ew "" U ' qw- 4, 4' ' ' is We 1 w,,ql,w9 :"1.s'- "dm ,pi " ' ,933 112.-:rriglpj Max., ff' 5 f 53,13 Aj,-5.,m....-fr:-.,1....-wr,g.-M',Q-. - ...f ' 34 azz,-...-V,-W .- ,v Q:-53,1 s,.,...qxs:g 'W' I 'fWe want a winner," said Athletic Director Chena Gil- strap, and the Athletic Council felt it had found its man when J. R. Symank was hired as head coach at UTA. The 25-year-old Symank is a former Arlington State star and ex-Green Bay Packer with plans to incorporate the philoso- phy and habitual winning pattern of his former coach, Vince Rebels Return To un 7 Gun Making good use of the run 'n gun tactic, Rebel Roundballers kept the game at a fast and furious pace dur- ing the '70-,7l season. With the ex- perience of returning starters David Payne, Sherman Evans, Mark Bur- den, and Bob Peek as a foundation, the Rebels rounded out the team with promising sophomores and transfer recruits. A Coach Barry Dowd, 36-66 in his four years in command at UTA, journeyed with his team to four dif- ferent states as the season progressed from non-conference and tourna- ment play to Southland Conference action. Plagued with lack of height, the Rebels concentrated on speed and aggressive attack. The ,70-'71 UTA schedule brought tougher competition than ever before. Southland conference giants such as Arkansas State and Lamar Tech were not only still around, but the Rebels also faced new opponents in UC Santa Barbar- a, Long Beach State, Alabama, Rice, and Texas A8LM. Early in the season the Rebels broke their old record of most points scored last season at 111 points with a 125-94 decision over Fort Worth Christian College. Against Cente- nary, Sherman Evans totaled 27 points, only five below his own indi- vidual record of 32 against Tennes- see Tech in last season's play. Playing catch-up, Greg Hunter leaps high into the ai? to nab two needed points as UTA comes from behind to beat Centenary, 78-70. 302 G X-S! , , 5' Forward Sherman Evans evades defenders with some fancy ballhandling as the Rebels defeat the Centenary Gentlemen 78- 70. 'JJ Coach Barry Dowd EM mqqmvw View-qu ' 'Aww uf f"" lwhbwfffwnff . M, , N WW wwwfmwm Axwers W ix. X sy ill Barnett ' W Willie Elverton dn A Sherman Evans K r--x W X 1 1 226 7 S NQ, X . Greg Hunter if Bill Qqtlfl A We O Perry Littleton, 6-5 freshman team captain takes the upper hand and also the ball as he squares offin a tip against an Aggie in the A 62M game. 304 W , S xx F SF, x wx 4 W W x Z IQ Xl y Te , R T e Game 'Ulu' '1M......,,,m rg 3 Speed ana' agility . . . to out move, to out think, to outwit your opponents every move O L ,gm aj, 'M " V if W., 'X , - , X, , W wh.. af L.wff"'WW'0 f , 4 ' ,Q Q xx X is an Patience . . . a bad call. Determination . . . to keep going until thefnal gun ends one battle and begins thoughts ofthe next. 6 HIDE v x 5 NX X ,a f is ill 'Nl-Y... Glor D e f e at S trategj ,... varying defense ana' attack. 4, ' ma' Ability . . . only through toil ana' sweat and grindfor onejleeting moment ofglory. Waiting . . . unknowingly and helplessly. 307 A waiting the ball tossed by his teammate, Sherman Evans ponders his move. 308 Perry Littleton begins the UTA-Kilgore Junior College bout by tipping the ball into friendly hands on the openingjump. The Frosh took a loss to the Rangers in overtime. 1 K ,ij Pat Schaunz was, N gf, Louis Marshall scores on a driving layup against Alabama during UTA 's loss at the Tar- rant Councy Convention Center. Despite a strong second haUQ the Rebels lost 102-85. xW7T"N' NAMQ WMIANVQ onnie S alyers . ,,.. , fWfX 1. ,, .,.. .1 . ,-,.,, John Gilligan 'K Q fc, 5? 309 Senior Dave Payne i V ' 4 2 1 'Z X 2 .V S 7 xx 'S Q SF S U' 'navy 9 fi in is M A K "' gg? e ES U 1 310 'lie fi M175 Vf rj E 'H N'l is. U TA 's M ard Burden Ends himseU in the middle of a j7erce battle as his friends and foes struggle for a Pan American rebound. f R, 7 I I'-1 r -Q, 4 1,-kg ..:- 1 gms? if . f ii. 523 NWNNW- UTA 82... 67... 57... 77... 77... 83... .. 85... 66... 71... 75... 78... .. 63... .. 89... .. 10l... .. 79... 76... .. 62... .. 85... New Mexico State UC Santa Barbara Long Beach State .. Texas A8LM .. Wayland Baptist Drake..... Alabama.... West Texas State Wayland Baptist Hardin-Simmons . . . Centenary . . . Rice...... . Pan American . . Pan American . Abilene Christian . . Lamar Tech . . Trinity Hardin-Simmons OPP. . 107 ..96 . 102 ..75 ..7l . 102 . 102 . 107 ..82 ..8l ..70 ..93 .103 ..82 ..83 ..83 ..77 ..74 311 1 Ulvsses Flovd E , V l 5" 1 X Q7 un M , Wx? Bob Peek KAY Rebels Reach WWI mmm, X A if Mun-:wld Trying Io avoid apersonaljoul, an Alabama player watches as Greg Hunler Ions in Iwo. f For Success W Q VW --'ah . ' fn wzfi exisvwfy f W, ' wi ' , 1 fs P N - 7 ":E2f?:Sf,Z1ff'l, g ' iff: f+:'x 'Q0f' u fj Z .. V Q .ff x SX' ui' fsswibfgxx 4 W Six exlended lzana's eagerl 1' awaff Io Con- Irol Ihe ball just rebounclea' off of zhe boards. 'X s Qs YN ' 45 Ajier stealing a pass at lzalfcourl, Sher- nzan Evans drives 'all the way down to Ilze bucketjor a quick Iwo points in zhe Rebs' 67-61 viclory over Wayland Bapflsl College. 313 Little Rebels Show Poise and Promise Front Row, Wayne Warren, Gary Hitt, .leU' Petersen, Jerry Teague, Terry Lee, Bolster, Leon Nellinger, Perry Littleton, Jim Phillips, Stuart Bolerjack, Gene Brad Hall. Second Row, Coach Noel Stout, Eddie Townsend, Mike Miller, Larry Teeter. 3111 KJ '-s-4 A 5. X 'F-Q. w, J. -.N . A, 1 ,f Q :Q I ,ii. QM .ww WA 3 fWA'Y4f't' ivwxv. , x Q 5 ll R"W""k'W""'1""' V A A -iw ,..x.,..,. -1 . il' I 1 K Life,s a Sweat for Fast ing Traeksters addr 'WV'- W .awf- Q ix S. X 1 :,k gk ty?-fif,z, f i ,Q X , , f Y I X , f 'W' 4' ,f-W3 , ,. . 7-'we' ff 1M i 1 R ,. , Mb gifviz ,ff Nad 1 ' 5 x iff Min SWL? fmfgam 1. 316 C. '. 1 -5-L 1 X 1 254 JN S. .. N 4 f . Y if X is K A ' 1 Q V X s AQ? b E j MgteMfff,a,N,,agg 1 s-.,1!""J ' QM 'X A 2 'S' wwf' Ciftdsrmgziff' bw J 'i A5M y,.aqi, fm' am - BDFSBVP N-is .X t-:- f fn Ha 45' X V 'N i i ff-A, N I'-wig, Q 44 W, f my - ix - Tegan rssyy K A,,, may -so - " ,fic Qhu xA 4. XX w.. 'wif Name Class Home Town Charles Roberts l Austin David Brown 2 Defiance, Ohio is s Walt Hammond 4 Fort Worth ,Q A Rick Stone 2 Fort Worth fm J Steve Coolidge l Crowley Q? y Johnnie Mayes l Dallas . 4 ' Q -. J, 'D Ernest Baptist 2 Forney W W . John Ogletree l Dallas sf' ff -5 Rick Sherrod 3 Arlington Vfaaygt Aaron Grant l Dallas V f,4wm5E g.i9i0n f Q ' QW--L., ,, X 532 Charlie Freeman 3 Hurst it y Eddie Anderson 4 Grand Prairie Q Dave Barber l Dallas Randy Hall l Cleburne ff l : David Nesmith 2 Fort Worth 5,2 Don Morrison 4 Forney T 'e" ,k g s ' . w,t,.X: .42 ?V.iV ag Philip Dodson 3 Albany ,-f" V . . -m y Jay Philbrick 3 Dallas J Jim Culberson 1 Fort Worth 4 3 Lance Adams 4 Grand Prairie 'V Brad Reid l Fort Worth Willie Collins l Dallas Jim Rau I Fort Worth John Harvey 3 Austin R ,, Bob Searcy 3 Ennis '-my at . QW ' . Y" 3 W. ,S . g,Lfl,,., 1 ,W 'S ' 'if' "' A ss- ,MMD W, 3. ,..s s,- is . M Y if 0 x Front Row Liam Ball, Ste Record-Breaking Tankers Top ll But Ponies ' QW 3 A ,SS f 1 " Q ,f Q ' 5 - y, , sf f ' v v r W 'il is ll' r '71 M M.. fir " Y. ,W Am , " Q, H ' Q 'M ww M A ,.Vr o vt 'fu Ng Q rl ' Q g A . iw, N 1 ,-Q, V -H' ' .. " " 1 fV s f . ' " . ' 5' 4 ' , , ' A X V . ' - . ' ivy . 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N , 5 I we , X Si A V, f.V fx ,mf 'puff' Vwfr'f""X V his S V Y K 1 I, I' 5' 'xr - I ve Iverson' Bf11G0udekef, Bruee Weaver- Craig Bene- ter, Rick Winters. Doug Hogg, Ramlv Tucker, Warren Barrv, Bill Bruck, Ted lzct Martin Kreis, Blaine Williams, Charlie Spencer, Reese Jameson, Gary POV' Pete Wf11fhffVCh0f1fe Beemem- Ceaeh D0ugRMSSef1- Duckett Second Row: Rusty Strong, Tad Dunam, Kyle Covington, Jim Ledbet- 317 ia? W X X G X jg f UTA 's All-American Warren Barry and Olympic-winner coach Doug Russell. mf Simi Bill Bruck i f W.. , Y . ,x il f l l f 1 M4 f J f ' ' J! Bill Goudeket 1 l W 3 w w r F F I r If "-Wx Ati fxjxxx, . .L X . tx X N X Bruce Weaver Craig Benedict Steve Iverson an Q 'W MW, anu- X SF' s .5 5 x .X , yr , Y I 3, f 7 . y J ,f if X R, f' U Q I M ' , f . - ,JM -N V , . 5- 4- . 1 ,fy K 4 3 .. , , 1 '-X j,Xq D -K 1 '. ' . . X N-'xx t N X A ff si ff-f ,XX Nxt' t s X X f - xl ' M , Xa. ' Rick Winters Kyle Covington Reese Jameson 7 a Je? N 1 3 my K" 3 4 Q 1. X 1, 1 ' . , 2 . . , N x . Q 4 . X. Q-,lsfjwlvswxf we XX, , 5' x - x - f , if . ' k X I .Q K r gg' NYS' if f fqnkfk A- .Ng x 'Zh 4 ,Q ' W ' , ' ,x 4 ix f ' 3 2-19' Slaxwly' ef A ix f 1 Y A Y s.-tl' 4555, 1. -.QQEQ , X Q ,ffwii s K V +V X A '31 3 X ' ,1 J ' f , , 1- ' r W iwkgfg 2 'Y R ,L D m . Y Et -t Q' , . A .. we .. 4: - E. if tv -,A . Q .. ".:,f 'SYM - 'fffjg - V X, 5145. L -' rv' ,,.. .' '-'R+ R mg , X 153- , b A R 5'- igf f , .H 1 t 5 1, ,X ,, X A ., Q ' L ,. l Q fc " Q 1 f - , Q' e f H' 75 574 7' ff! H. -. A ,KW 1 t , 3 Qi' , . VVVV1 V ,gr -,Sf e ,, .' is Q. H , f ,, .... . .. , Q X V, .1 4 ..,, mas5:.5.:g.. , X X X mf" -i f X - ' Y ? ' l 1 iw XX . P Steve Iverson has a comfortable lead in the 200-yard butterfly against A rkansas team. Diver Rick Winters perfects his form W' ,sq -42 i 'A' K fu, 'A ,I if 3, ,fag t ' , gf ' M mf? Sf' Warren Barry, middle lane, leads ojfin freestyle relay. Tucker, Iverson, and Helms completed the team, a Rebel strong point. 320 occer Smashing Success in Starting Season as-we Ag. A A ,MM ,s t , , 4 . t.. , 'QW L 475 W ' f S ,Z Q! fi R Aim wg' 'QQ KZQMX 'ws 'f X-W ,I , 1 X , . tl , if . GA., TW i ' ra as Q wif 'T .. ,. . g S -, get f ' fi K , Tj ,,g S xi .5 AA-'J 5235, I f " S 3 iff-fvmk ' S xkwfs- x ,gm Fall 1970 marked the first competitive season ofthe UTA Soccer Club as a member of the Texas Collegiate Soccer League. Their league record of four wins and six losses was supplemented by two victories over SMU in non-league games. The season highlight was a winning streak of three victories in a period of five days over Houston L2-05, Rice 15-45, and SMU Q5-35. From an organizational point of view, the season was successful. Held together over the summer by Captain Pat Conelly, the team acquired the services of Dr. R. S. Rubins of the Physics Department as fac- ulty sponsor and Dr. E. Bellion of the Chemistry Department as coach. In addi- tion, the club asked for and received grants from the Athletic Council and Student Activities. Kevin Conelly, team Captain Above puts his head into the game in a win against SMU. A Rebel player Left beats a Rice Owl to control the ball as UTA wins 5-4. 321 ' X wwvw, R, X 'K 4 Q. 8 W4 +4 7 we M, Ri av Q T .Rh . 3 -, xx -swf 5 Q' I A x A Q .A . , QXWQ, - Y it ' . mil. 3 t f T Q 4' xw fi ,w Ni: WW' 'Nh' iv M A FS' fi Z uiafwi 'M elf, 1 47 Q 1 me mf' WWW , as W 7 ' ' ,r f Aw Z A v W 1: A f ,-4 Above, U TArlington hah' Giorgio Bartot lays third base slide on TCU player in an attempt to block a shot. Right, UTA player takes ache-inducing shot to the head in 3-2 win over TC U Frogs. 322 xg Y X3 'XL I Piflkvz Rhys fffsgk 'Um ff!Uff'laKfi41f3'5E -1., , Ndfffhf afilghvf f'-,Qwisi afmgffx, fines' Li -mi? f VW' ik if fl . - .. 41 Hdfidif U.1'Ew-2 imma: Hi 511112.-1 n . fmfszla 5241513 m ?3i51l!aei.ilf!,lI,1Lip1 is Iimyrl sf, :Iii x I , .x V ,,. 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'Q ,i?"1wfff:1f215'f:l1J."?f -Lf" it-'L 'w+l.f2:.'?-I ut To Golf-Shaft R als va' . .H v z vs-ix -We HW a bl 'Q' -'M 8 . k fig 3 S 'J--M' I' , . 1 x..'t V 's ,Cf . . 4,153-9, . wa, Jar' - 'M , xx --n 'C' W ff , t -1 an 'X if -I . A ' ,f "QL Q , im . - g,kF,g'x. , ' 41 1 ' N hd. . . Q ..v, 1 " A V3 ' . -- . ."':. 'QS' '.'? .,,., 1- , 'V '- N ' 'N-.few - 4 , as ,Nl 'Li ,, 1 - . 1 , : .gi ., - Q' 'L y wx . 1 .1 u .. '. -sw.,-M.. fa., KK. . - 4 fy g s J. YJ , sssmlszi GOU Team Members: Gary WoUfe, Bryan Lancaster, Mike Vadner, Les Carley, Steve Read, Jim Shaumbacher, Doug Payne. 325 W ,f smowfmwv-' 1., L Baseball usts Plate in Third Season 2 3 N 5 Q Wifsfl slam'- N, V ,uv Efiw P' l 3 i My P 579' Q Mbv. Caplazns Joe Massa and Tony Wilson we , K- 4 elvis, M, f A-m ', we 'J-vw-nw . X ,-Mn. , My , ,,.,,,.,., W ,W ,,,,s,,,W .. 6, ,,.. 7.1 ,H QM, up ,. ,W K Q 4 ummm. W qnairfffw-1 mtnvlv-hymn-wa ylnnwm 4 ,ulilipluvfvv J an .,,' ig "'v, W - ,mf .fm A a l1" f .f-Y' M-:W Rebel pitcher Jimmy Stewart Hres in a fast pitch for a strike as the batter lets it go by. x.nuf'4"5,'0 Front Row: Ken Clark, Joe Massa, Brent Skillman, Harvey Guthrey, Ronnie Steve Watkins, Victor Hubbard, Manual Veldez. Fourth Row: Mike Crawford, Howard. Second Row: Randy Cummings, Jimmy Kelley, Lonnie Salyers, Bobby David York, Steve Mitchell, Terry Toomey, Coach Fred Mathews, Ronnie Sims, Ronnie Beal, Mike Rogillio. Third Row: Lawrence Hicks, Wes White, Briggs, Coach Sam West, Tony Wilson,Jimmy Stewart, William Wommack. 327 X Intramural SW1mm1n Meets Attract Crowds f ! 2 E v i 328 9 330 'iw !14,fu., fag: 5 'gs ff ,fu 'f , litmus ,W . vp 'gg 2 ,www ' gl V I 'Mi fffif 5fh,'f7'f-1, WW' 4 ,vi-'wif ,U L Y- m 'fa "lf: Vx M 4 f 1 ' ":".!al!1,gl fiffmfizrm' ,I I H ,tifnfiiz ,I-,fi-I.-.K J I I jig , 'fall ,', 1,'. 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X, .nw .hy Apr..-Q--" ,V ' ""' 4, .0-S . . - . en utnumber omen in Intramural Event Competing in the intramural volleyball program this year were 62 teams, nine of which were women. This was a record number of teams playing in volleyball or any other intramural sport. The record for the most teams entered in a sport was held previously by the basketball program. The thousands of students and faculty- staff members who participate in the intra- mural program are provided with an outlet for athletic activity through regular com- petition and have access to all physical equipment. The season opened officially September 23 with 39 teams participating in flag foot- ball. This was an increase from 33 teams last year. Awards are presented annually to teams and individuals who have shown outstand- ing skill in a sport. In addition, an athlete- of-the-year is chosen on the basis ofathlet- ic skill and the number of sports in which he has participated. Special intramural awards are also presented to students who contribute to the progress-of the intramur- al program. Q Q t mms! . r tt. ts, ,,,, ,W 5 N rs 5 4 i f 1 P . r Xl' ' If if .. t ,, A , f A , i at , y r .,x,, 5 A 5 f 1 I 1 7 it 'Wa ,, ,, s., . ss , I e if ft i A ft . Pr f i5ewW 'Q M , aw '- 'W ff A 2 Y " ' Ptwzfagg 4' .-2-:ia-,:.t. 'f ,-- ,ff f "t ' fi? f bf .t 3 ,wiwy V 5 . , .M N .NY s 1 5 ff ,.ii f 5 j f f s i fl . NNMK. .Jw I tt .,,, t-NX Q 1 6 - was skxxwmraasw 'N .1 . g in X 5 5 ff refers as .f-f 1 .ug E Faculty Active in ntramural Competition Under the guidance of Jim Garrett, director of intramurals, student managers aid in the governing, promotion, and direction ofthe intramural program. Teams entered in the intramurals pro- gram are governed jointly by the Student lntramural Council and the Faculty Intra- mural Council. The Student Intramural Council is composed of a manager from each dormi- tory, three managers representing social clubs and fraternal organizations, and one manager representing all religious centers. The thing that makes the UTA murals program unique from that ofmost colleges and universities is that it has an active par- ticipation offaculty and staffmembers. 332 Members of the faculty-staff teams at- tack competition with as much fervor and zest as members ofthe student teams. Sixty-five faculty-staff members partici- pated in the golf tournament, the first to be played on the handicap system and the first to be scored by computer. Danny Dyer was the champion of the Old Pros fight with a 54-hole score total of 210. James 'Ed' Dowdy won the Short Stroker fight with a 219 and the Duffers champ was Duane Adams of the Foreign Lan- guages Department. Also offered was mural volleyball. The title was captured by the Engineering Department with a two out ofthree victory over the Mathematics Department. ,f""M5 if hdtv' wa, ...ff .lim Garrett, Intramurals Director ru 1:f,Y25 ..,- X X xx A Xf. x, . 554: QQ Si gf' w ad ' gwxf, , Q Alton Aars, l. Bob Abbe, 2. Ateih Abde- laziz, 3. Kenneth Abernathy, I. Danny Abshire, 2. Don Aker, 2. Cecil Adams, 3. Charles W. Adams, 2. Curtis Adams, l. Mark A. Adams, 2. Roger Adams, 2. Vicki Adams, l. Weldon Adkins, 3. Steve Adrian, l. David Agee, 3. Carol Agnew, 2. Susie Ai- lara, 2. Katherine Ainsworth, l. David Akers, I. Gerald Akin, 2. Alexander Ala- va, 2. David Aldridge, l. Barbara Alexander, l. Donald Alexander, 3. Gary Alexander, l. Ginger Alexander, 2. Judy Alexander, l. Anthony Alford, 3. Alvin Allcon, l. Dick Allen, l. Donna Al- len, 2. Larry Allen, 1. Louis Allen, l. Theresa Allen, l. Allan Allison, 2. John Allison, l. Mark Allison, l. Paul Allsbrook, 2. Elizabeth Alsbury, l. Helen Althof, 2. Betsy Altman, 2. Louis Altman, I. Alexander Alvarado, 2. Juan Alvarez, l. Carolyn Ames, 3. Stephen Anders, l. Deborah Anderson, l. Debra Anderson, l. Harry Anderson, 2. Leslie Anderson, 2. Linda Anderson, 3. Tamarine Anderson, 2. George Ander- wald, l. Daniel Andrade, 2. Earl Andreas- en, l.Sami Angawi, 2. Bob Ankrum, l. Jay Anthis, 2. Alan Arch- er, l. Jobie Arebalo, 2. Paula Arledge, 2. Ricky Armour, 2. Ronnie Armour, l. Elaine Armstrong, 3. Kenneth Armstrong 2. Gordon Arnold, l. Karen Arnold, 3. Kenneth Arnold, 2. John Ashby, l. 336 ,,g.. , T" s - Q, Qizlll li x 1' W Q :T i f .- QQ --.1 W A 1 if? ?'-f' 1 .Q .i zu f x Q 2 . Z. '-Eb.-:Q . , pfbx fi! - ' Y- ' JLN . ' , . Q Q ,Q , :-. Q . ix , 'iw , T A Y 3 U s . M' t A- ' T i' - . - Q, iz.. . A , TQAVX' K Qi QQ Q 1 1 if . , '3 1 .1 'fe' f V:-1 1 Qi: .,.,,QQ,Q,Qv?' ' hw QQ QR fo o- Q , Q Y 'lf .' , ' -- ,f , A - sift .-', 3 Q . X 'fs QQ .' 'V Q Q '- ef, 5 "t' . f ' Q X i I1 I " ... .mKNQzgat3i A .Muk hi i z' Q ,,. . 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Althof. Helen E. . . . . Altman, BetsyJ. . ... Altman. Louis H. . . . 4. 336 326 326 326 186. 378 326 245 378 254 257.336 336 336 186. 278 63 232 336 336 336 269, 270 336 . 336 278, 336 336 . 378 336 336 336 336 336 193 378 336 378 . . 183 186. 378 336 . . . 227.336 . 336 336 336 336 378 336 . 378 278, 336 . , . 336 214. 336 . 238 212. 336 . 336 . . . 336 . 254 . . . 336 279. 336 .. 336 . . . 251 336 . . . 336 . , . 336 . . , 336 .. ., 336 Alvarado. Alexander P. .... . 336 Alvarez. Juan J. 64, 267. 269, 271, 336 Aman, Curtis S. . . Amend,James B. , , Ames. Carolyn J. , Anders. Stephen O. Anderson, David D. . Anderson, Deborah J. Anderson. Debra J. . Anderson, Harry F. . Anderson,James L. . . Anderson. Jarvis W. . Anderson, Jesse G 111 Anderson. Kim . . Anderson, Leslie T. Anderson. Linda L. Anderson, Marie . Anderson, Roy L., Jr. Anderson, S. Thomas Anderson. Stephen D. 274 .. 254 .. .336 182. 336 .. . 378 336 . . . 336 336 ., 378 . 200 . 402 ,. 254 336 214. 336 378 . 240, 253, 378 Anderson, Tamarine E. . . Anderson, Terry L. . Anderson. Thomas L. Anderwald, George P. Andrade, Daniel . Andreasen, Earl S. . Angawi, Sami M. . . Anglin, Fred R. . Ankrum, Robert B. Anthis. Belvin J., Jr. Appleby. James M. Archer, Alan T. . . Archer, Chester L. , Archer, Hugh E. . . Arebalo, Jobie . . Arellano, Raul .... Arledge, Paula K. . , , . Armour, Ricky M. ... Amiour, Ronnie C. . . , .. 378 .. 186 . 336 ... 251 ... 102 336 .. 336 ..336 ., .336 M209 , 245. 336 336 ., 274 .. 336 A 183 .. 279 . 336 ...,249 . 336 .. .254,336 ,.,,..,336 ,...378 Amistrong, Elaine L. 186, 191, 278, 336 Amistrong, Kenneth C. . . ,,... 336 Armstrong, Donna S. , Amold. Gordon L. . , Arnold, Karen S. . . .. Amold. Kenneth J. , , Ash, Esther L. . . . . ., 336 ... 336 336 402 Ashby. John R. Ashley. Shirlianne B. Ashley. VVilliam G. Ashlock, Janet S. Ashlock. Wayne W. . 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Lorraine C. . . Bangs. Mintie S. , . . . Banks, David M. . . . . Banks, Johnny E. . . . . Banks, Richard F. . . . Baptist, Barber, Barber, Barger, Barker, Barker, Barkin, ErnestD. David X. .,...,,... . Sherry L. ,...,. 197, Michael C. ...,.,.. . Bobbie J. ....., 218, Rosemary ...,,.... DavidL. .. Barksdale, Mike ..... Barnard, Ronald W. ....., . Barner. William M. 111 ....., Barnes, Norman C. ......,, . Barnes. Philip R. .... ..,.. . Barnes, RickyC. .. 251.267, Barnett, Drewford A. ....., . Barnett, Geoffrey L. . . Barnett, Kenneth R. .. . Barnett, Peggy A. .,.. ,... , Barnett, Tai-Shan P. .... 95, Barnett. William L. ........ . Barnhart, George R Barrett, Loraine ....... 186, Barrett. Randall M. Barron, Enid G. ..... ..... . Barry Barbara A. , . . . Barry, Patrick M. .... ..... . Barry,VeraL. .... Barry, Warren C. ..... . 317, Bartell, Delbert E. ......... . Bartlett, Willard T. Jr. ..... . Barton, Allen C. ...... . . . Barton,Jeffery G. . . . . . Barton, Kenneth R. . . . Bartot, Giorgio ...... Baskin, George T. . . , Baskin, Patricia A. ..... . Bassham, Jerry Doyle ..... Batchelder, Michael K. . . . . Bates, Arthur A. .....,. . Batze, Joseph D. ...... . Baughman,James D. . . . Baumgardner, Alf .... Bausell, Gary L. ..... . . , . Baw, Cynthia A. ...... . . . Baxter, Charles R. Jr. Baxter, Baxter, Leslie W. .... . Vickie L. . , . . Baylie, Thomas N. . . . Bays, Wayne E. Jr. . . Beal, Ronnie ........ Beal. William D. ... . Beams, Robert P. .... Bean, Sally V. . . . 254. 186. 254, 242. 238 186, 186, 212, 253, 278, 300, 259, 229, 212, 13:5 268. 231, 186, 278, 320, 254, 186, 336 378 337 337 378 337 337 378 337 337 337 337 337 337 337 238 337 337 337 337 402 337 300 203 378 337 337 337 337 378 249 337 378 337 378 337 337 251 379 317 337 337 379 337 337 337 337 41 337 337 198 402 337 337 337 337 337 337 337 337 228 337 378 337 337 337 379 337 214 337 379 303 271 337 243 338 245 338 231 338 338 338 338 254 243 322 338 338 338 254 338 254 338 207 338 402 338 379 338 338 338 327 338 214 338 Bearden. Diane L. . . . Bearden,James L. . . . Beatty. Veronica L. . . Beatty, William J. . . Beaty. Mary A. A ... f..'24s. ...,227, fiiisfi, Beaver, Danny D. .... .... 1 86, Beavers, Samuel J. .... ..... , Beck, FrankJ.,Jr. .... .... Beck, Luke F. ..... . Beck, Ronald R. . . . . Beckel, Billy . . . ...... . . . . Beckham, Randy H. .. . . . .. Beckwith, Gary E. . . . Beckwith, Terry W. . . Bedford, James L. . . . Beebe, Florence E. . . Beeman, Charles R. . . Beeman, Helen G. ............ . Beeman, Karen E. ......... 186, Belcher. Jacqueline A. Bell. Donald S. ..... , , . , . . Bell, George D., Jr. . . Bell, LarryJ. . .... Bell, Larry L. , . . Bell, MargaretJ. . . . . 194, Bell, Weldon W. ...,.. . . . . Bellamy,James L.,Jr. . . . . . , Bellar, Joe W. ...... . Bell0my,James A. . . . Belmont, Bridget A. . Belz. David R. . . . . Belz. Glenn A. .... . Benedict, Craig F. . 2 53, 317, 319, Benham, Linda L. .............. 41 Bennett, Constance R. .. 63, 228, Bennett, Janelle M. ........ 238, Bennett, Nancy C. .,.. . Bennett, Nancy M. . . . Bennett, Sidney M. . . . . Bennett, Stephen C. .......... . Bennett, Stephen G. . 218.229, 186.251, Bennett, Tawn ............ 209, Bennett, William E. . . . . . . . . . Benson, John R. .... . Bentley. Beverly A. . . Bentley,James L. . . . Benton, Karen K. . . Bentz, Terry K. .... . Berger, Michael G. . . Bergeron. Dale N. . . . Bergeron , Joseph W. ...... . 186, 99 232, Berglund, Terry W. .... ..... . Bemdt, Walter E. . . . Berrier, Helen V. . . Berry, Patricia L. . . Berry, Robert O. . . Besselaar, Mary . . . Bevers, Jerry W. . . Bice, Janet C. ...... . 209, Bida, Janet L. ,,.. ..... . . . Biebighauser, Gary L. Bielss, Raybum R., Jr. Biggerstaff, James D. Bilchak, Michelle ......... Billingsley, Richard E. Bills, Brad C. ......... .... . Bingaman,Judith A. . . . . . . Bingham, Patricia J. . . . . . . Binion, Sammy J., Jr. Binion, WilliamJ. . . . Bird, David H. ............... . Birdwell, David M. . . . , Birkbead, Charles L. .......... . Birks, Rayford N. ..... . Bishop, Bonnie I. ............. . Bishop, CliffordJ. . . . Bishop, Connie E. . . . Bixler, Joan M. . . . . Black, David B. . . . Black, Jim N. . . . Black, Mary J. . . Black, Nita L. ...... . 186,379 254, Black, Robert A. ....... ..... . Blackburn, Charles C. 254, Blackerby, Teddy L. . . . . . . . . Blackford, Sharon K. . . . . . . Blackmore, William E. . . . . , . Blackstone,John D. . . . . . . Blagg, Mary S. ...,.. . . . Blair, Robert A. . . . Blair, Steven W. . . . Blake, Carole L. ......,....... . Blake, William R., Jr. 267,270 Blakney, Carol L. . . . . . . . . . Blanco,Jeffrey M. ... ........ Blanton, John E. . . .... 186,379 212, ...... 245, 243, 182, 249, 339 240, 242. 379 Blasche, Paul R. ..... .... l 86, 379 Bledsoe, Clarence E. .......... . Bledsoe, Kenneth C. 11 . 181, 216, 379 339 Blend, Harnetta ............... Blevins, Michael R. ........... . Block,William E. . . . . . . Blood, Roy V. .... . Bloom, Larry A. . . . Bloomfield, Thomas E. . . . . Blow, Larua K. .... .... . Blue. Jerry F. ....... . Boaz, Teddy W. .... Bobbitt, Barry D. . . . Bodiford,Jamie L. . . Bodiford, Pamela A. . . Bodiford, Terry F. . . . Boelter, Robert W. . . Boer, Rebecca A. . . . Boettcher, Bruce C. . . . Bolden. Annie C. . . . Bolerjack, Stuart L. . . . Bolliger, Byron C. .... Bolton, Stephen W. . . . Bond, Laura K. .... . 339 278 .....339 213, 339 .....253 232 232 232 245 339 245 339 314 .......339 254, 339 379 Boomfield, Tommy ............ 245 Boomer, William L. . . . . Boorman, Tommy G. . Boothe, Thomas N., Jr. Boozman, Paul G. . . . Borden. William M. 111 Boro, Joseph E. .... . Borton, Gilbert W. . . . Bortot, Giorgio .... Bostler, Larry ..... Boswell, Linda F. . . Bott, Alan T. ....... . Bottalico, Joseph P. . . Boucher, Daniel D. . . Bounds, Gene A. . . . . Bourg, Wilfred M., Jr. Bourland, Robert M. . Bowen, Johnny L. . . Bowen, Kathy ...... Bower, Jerome L. . . Bowland, Bobby J. . . . Bowles, Mitchell L. Jr. Bowman, Kenneth W. Bowman, Larry O. . . . Bowrell, Kenneth . . Box, Barbara A. . . . Box, Michael R. . . . Boyce, Chery1J. . . . Boyd, Betty J. ...... . Boyd, David T. 111 . . . Boyd, Donald R. . . . Boyd, Marion L. . . Boyd, Randy M. .... . 212, 339, 379 251, 379 193 . . ........ 339 278, 339 . . . .... . 339 209. 339 . . . . . 379 . . . 314 . . . . . 339 209, 339 251, 339 340 340 278 340 52,63 340 379 340 340 340 340 271 340 340 340 340 186,378 176,340 Boyer, Danny R. ...... 205, 278, 340 Boyer, Rosalyn M. . . . Bracken, Karon C. . . . Braddock, Kenneth W. Bradford, Danae .... Bradford, Patricia A. . Bradford, William R. Bradord, Wylie L. . . . Bradley,Jimmy D. . . Bradley, Lizbeth K. . . Bradley, Silas R. .... . Bradley, Sylvia A. . . . Bradshaw, Margaret M. . Brady, David J. .... . Bragg, Raymond W. Jr. Brammer, Gary M. . . Brand, Max W. .... . Brandon, Fred R. . . . . Brandon, Kathleen T. Brandon, Robert G. . . Branham, Samuel D. II Bransford, Ben L. Jr. . Brantley, Barbara A. . 340 340 379 379 210, 379 .....340 340 379 340 340 340 .........379 186,340 ...379 340 340 340 ...379 ..........278 340 Brantley, Thomas D. 186, 274, 278, 340 Brasfield, Bemard M. ...... 186, 379 Biazeal, Carline J. ............. 340 Brazell, Willard M. . . . Breham, Rusty .,... Brendle, Suzanne . . . Brennan, Mark E. . . 340 253 340 209 Brewer, Cecil H. .............. 249 Brewer, Emest G. Jr. Brewster, Bettye J. . 70, 215, Brezina, James L. ..... . Bridge, Deborah L. . . . . Briggs, Janice E. ...... . Brin, Richard N. ....... . Brincefield, Wayne E. Brisbon, Robert D. .... . Brister, Donald W. .... . Brister, Douglas E. 186, Brostow, Phillip J. ..... . Britain, Kent E. ....... . Britt, Van R. ...... . Britten, Richard .... Brittin, Richard C. . . Britton,James S. . . . Britton, Kenneth 0. . . . Britton, Steven H. . . . . Britton, Thomas N. I1 . . . Brock, Rebecca S. . . . . Brogdon, Colleen L. . . Brooks, Eldon L. . . . . Brooks, Glen D. Jr. .... . Brooks, Judith M. ..... . 281,340 218 218,226,229 340 192,340 380 278 191, 210, 340 210, 380 251 205, 340 268, 340 Brotcke, Paul N. . . . 100, 186, Brothers, Ronald G. . . . ...341 341 ...380 2672711 212,-,330 232341 ... 341 ... 341 ... 341 ... 341 ... 341 ... 214 Broussard, Gerald E. .... . . . Broussard,Nanette L. . . . Brown, David N. .... . Brown, David S. ........,.,... , Brown, Florence E. .,...., . Brown, Gerald D. . . . Brown, Jack P. ..... . Brown, Jackye D. ..... . . . Brown, Josephine S. . . . . . . . . Brown, Linda K. . . . , Brown, Matthew E. ..., . . . Brown, Paul E. ..... . Brown, Rebecca S. . . . Brown, Roger N. . . , , Brown, Royce D. . . . . Brown, Russell C. . . . Brown, Susan E. ..,, . Brown, William K. ....... . Brown'ng Stanley C. ......... . I 7 Broyles, Peggy ................ Bruce, Jacky R. . . . 277, 278, Bruck, William A. ..... 254, Brunette, John W. .....,.. , Bmno, Richard P. . . . Brunt, William R. Jr. ....,..... . Brusewitz, Michael H. 269, Bryan, Lisa K. ........ ...... . Bryan, Rodney D. , . . Bryant, Miles G. . . . . Bryant, Ronald D. . . . Bryant, Sarah J. . . . Bryce, Michael W. . . . Bryson, Hans W. . , . . 216, 238, Bubenik, Deborah A. . . . . . Buck, Michael D. ...... .,,... , Budinsky, George M. ......... . Budway, Marylin .......... Buehler, Frederick W. III .,.... Buell, William H. Jr. .......... . Buford, Stephen J. . . . Bull, John D. .... . Bull, Mary M. ...... , Bullard, Tommy J. . . . Buller, Randall D. . , . Bullin, Sherry A. . . . . 240, 278, Bumgardner, Alf R. .... . . . Bungarz, Horst S. ...... . . . Bunte, Joe F., Jr. .....,. . . . Bunyasrisavasdi, Sakom Burdart, David ................ Burden, Lois J. .........,..... , Burden, Mark E. ...,, . Burger, Waland H. ,.,.... .... . Burkard, Marian L. .... ...... . Burke, Barbara A. . . , Burk, Debbie ......, Burkett, Charles R. . . Burkett, Chris W. . . . . Burks, Beverly L. . . , . Burks, Thomas K. ........ . I1f'2i:i.' Burleson, Donald G. . . . . . . . . . . Burnett, Donna G. . . . Burnett, Rick A. . . . Burns, Webb M. ,... . Burris, Melvin V. Jr. . Bursey, Barryj. . . . Burson,James D. . . . . Burt, Don D. .,.. . Burtt, James M ..... Bury, Barbara K. . . Busby, Katianna . . . Buser, Mireille J. . . Bush, Charles W. . . . . Bush, David 1. . . Bush, Larue .... Bush, Linda J. ..... . ....234, Butler, Patricia J. ..... .... .... . Buzalsky, Raymond T. 212, Buzzell, Stephen F. .... .,.,.. . Byers, Patrick L. . . . . Bynum, Mark A. . . Byram, Gary B. . . . Byrd, Samuel Z. .,...,,..,.... . Cabness, Robert P. ........... . Cade, William W. 97, 187, 240, Caffey, Sandra M. ............ , Cain, Nancy G. , . . Cain, Robert C. . . . Cain, Stephen A. . . Calder, Charles V. . . . Caldwell, Connie A. . . . . . . Caldwell, Donald F. . . . . . .' Caldwell, James B. Jr. . . . . . . Callerman, Russell - .... . . . Calvert, Nickolas K. . . Cameron, Drake S. . . . Cameron, William E. . . . . . . 278, 41, 186, 254, 281, 317, 268,341 318 234, 302, 310, 214, Camp, Pauline R. ............. . Campbell, Christopher D. ...... . Campbell, James P. ....... . . . Campbell,Wesley R. . . . . . . Campos, Manuel J. . . . Candill, Sam ........ Cantre1l,Reese . . . Cach, Durward ..... Caplan, Terrill M. . . . Capote, Angela M. . , . Caprio, Deborah J. . . Cardy, Vida R. . . . . Cargile, Robert P. ..... ..... . Carlegis, Norman J. .......,.,. . Carley,Ramon L. . . . Carnes, Mary O. . . 242, Carnes, Robert W. ...,.. 99, 187, Carpenter, Barry F. .......,... . Carpenter, Janet L. . . ..,. 232, Carpenter, Julie F. .,......... . Carr, Doris A. ,....... . Carr, Johnnie Jr. ...........,. . Carrigan, Kristine L. ......,... . Carroll, Beverly A. ....,...... . Carroll, Debbie J. 59, Carroll, John E. . . , Carroll, Linda S. . . Carroll, Michael L. . . Carruth, Carl .,... Carsey, Kathy S. . . Carson, Allen G. . . . . 212, 228, 187, Carson, Charles J.Jr. . . . , , Carson, Christy S. . , . Carter, Cynthia . . . Carter, Judy E. . , . . Carter, Michael N. . . Carter, Pamela K. . . . Carter, William A. , . . Carter, William G. . . . . Cartlidge, Bobby W. ...,,...,, , Caruth, Ralph V. . . , . Carver, William E. . . Casbum, Bruce L. . . . Case, David R. . . . , Case, Lois M. . . . Casey, Jan T. ...... . ....279, Cash,Janice E. ......., . . . Cashion, William L. ..... . . . Castanon, Eulalio M. Jr Casten, Kenneth K. .... . . . Cates, Gary L. ...,. . Cathey, Clarence M. . . . . . . Cattles, Kenneth M. . . . . . . . . . Caudill, Kyle R. .... . Caudle, Cary M. . . Caudry, Carolyn S. . . 253, Caughron, Glenn W. . . . . . . Cawthon, Michael A. . . . . . Cde Baca, Judy ..... Cdebaca, John P. . . . . Cepeda, Richard L. . . Cervantes, Ruben . . . Cervine, James L. . . . Chadwick, Opal J. ..... . Chafin, John H. ............,. . Chairez, Carmen A. ,....... . . . . 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Griffin, David R. ..... . . . 350 Griffin, Jacquelyne E. .......... 350 Griffin, Grady ................ 386 Griffin, Marc C. ....... 288, 293, 300 Griffin, Norma E. ............. 223 Griffin, Patricia L. .... . . . 350 Griffith, Beverly S. . . . . . . 259 Griffith, Grady S. .... . . . 350 Griffith, Hope W. .... - - . 228 Griffith, Michael E. . . . . . . 350 Griffith, Sandra L. . . . . . - 350 Grimes, Joe P. ..... . Grimes, Michael D. .... . . . Grimes, Terry G. ...... ,... . Grimes, Thomas W. .... .... . Griswold, Beebe E. . . Groce, James M. , . , . Grogan, Beverly P. . . Grogan, Ronald L. ..... . . . . Gromatzky, Steven C. ......... . Grotti, Ronald D. ..,...... . Ground, Betty J. ..,. . Groves, Ronald D. . . . Gmbbs, Charles R. . . Gualy, Emesto .,,. Guay, James A. .... . Guerrero, Felipe Jr. . . . . . . . Guess, Robert E. . . . . Guess, Roger A. . . . Guest, Dennis L. . . . . Guest, Robert C. Jr. .... . . . . Gunter, Erlynne P. . . Gupta, Giri R. . , . . 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Harman, Scott L. . . . . Harmon, David A. . . . Harms, Margaret J. ........... . Harnack, Kenneth M. ......... . Harper, Bland H. ..... . Harper, James L. ......... . Harrell, Marilyn K. .........., . Harrill, Billy J. .......... ..,. . Harrington, Thomas L. . . . . . . . . Harris, Alvin R. ..,.... . . . Harris, Deborah K. . . Harris, Gary J. . . . . Harris, Robert B. . . Harris, Thomas S. . . . 188, 232, 238, 258, 240, 245, 211, Harris, William H. . Harrison, Carol A. . . . . Harrison, Douglas A. ...,.. 245, Harrison, Floyd M. Jr. . . . . . . . Harrison, Kenneth D. . . . . . . Harrison, Stephanie J. . . . . . . Harrison, Stephen D. ......... . Harshbarger, James G. ......,. , Hart, Lucia A. ,...... . 231, 249, Hart,ShellyJ. Hart, Willard E. , . . Hartfield, Kent L. . . Hartnett, Linda L. . . Hartwell, Gary R. . , Harvey, Susan E. .... . Harvey, Thomas E. Jr. . . Harvill, John E. .,,.. , Harwell, Herman R. , , Harwell, Jeffrey H. . . . Hatley, David W. . . . Hatt, Christianne . . . 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