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SWASTIKA 72 BOOK II contents organizations ..2 administration 78 athletics 90 seniors 122 ASNMSU ■K V 4 " 1 .. iS«r.i ' Upper left: President Brad Gates attacks problems facing the stu- I dent body Left Secretary Reta Cook Above: Treasurer Bill Dud- ley watches over ASNMSU funds ¥ Above Brad in his office witfi students Norm Murray and Jeanne Gleason Below The president ' s cabinet: Joyce Anglin. Barbara Hubbard. Jeff Guide. Brad Gates. Mike Rodke. NMSU ' s answer to Henry Kissinger, and Betty Watson and Paul Cowan. Assoc io ted Women Students Betty Watson is the advisor to AW S. AWS General Council meets every two weeks for general business. (I to r): Judy Blum, Sec; Joyce Anglin, Pres,, Amy Barnhart. lAWs; Monica de La Torre. Treas.. Holly Martin, Ex. Vice President; Mary Kay Lee. Ed. Vice- President .. • ' Alpha Zeta (I to r) Leiand Harral, Charles McGarrah, Monty Washburn, Dr Zartman, Dr Kinzer, Dean Smith, Chris Allison, Frank Hayes, Gary Wood, Mike Hud- son, Terry Lee, Scott Shafer, president, Jess Davis, Steve Yeich, Bob Den- nis, Tonn Davis, Dave Seery, Kenneth Miller, Mike Galyean, Bill Hunnphrey. New Mexico ' s chapter of Alpha Zeta national honor- ary agricultural fraternity was founded in 1927. Mem- bership is based on scholarship, leadership, and char- acter. This year Alpha Zeta ran the Ag building voting polls, offered a free Tutoring Service, and was in charge of the Student Recognition Program. Thomas Jackson Not shown Jim Dawson, Jim McCauley, Ken Smith, Jack Wiley, Ron Moore, Bill Wright, Bob Brittain, Mike Casabonne, Marvin Gard, Pete Gnatkowski, Robert Moore, Jeff Ray, Steve Neville, Eddie Stanfield, Pat Woods. Blue Key Gene Pirreca, Dr. George Lucky, Mr. Gene Elliot, Dr Bryce Brlsbin, Glenn Estes. William J Bass, Rick McKelvey, Bryan Gleaton, Jeff Myers, Dennis Hall, Norm Murray, Doug Lunsford, Ray Padilla, Randy Sabine, Steve Neville, Ron Koch, Brad Gates, Micheal Casabonne, Stepfien P Germain, Bobby Brittain, Wayne Dunlap, David R Brown, Scott Sfiafer, Loren JohndhI, James Larkin, James McCauley, William R Bauersfeld, James Maness, Stephen Yeick, Ricar- do Ortega, Peter Gnatknowski, William Bigsby, Gale Carter, Scott K, Fowler, Steven McClanahan, Jack Bacastow, Blue Key National Honor Fraternity is a general honor fraternity which bases its eligibility on all-around leadership in student affairs and high scholastic achievement. Since the establishment of the NMSU Blue Key Chapter in 1956, the chapter has aided the university and community with numerous service proj- ects. This year the chapter established the All-Aggie Homecoming Barbecue with the Alumni Association as a yearly tradition, installed two bicycle racks, and do- nated time and money to the Challenge I project of NMSU. Our membership was honored by the induction of President Gerald W. Thomas as an honorary mem- ber. Phi Gamma Nu Beta Alpha chapter ot Phi Gamma Nu, national pro- fessional sorority in business, was chartered Dec. 9, 1971, with an installation ceremony and reception at the Mission Inn. Since then the group has held several professional meetings and social functions. Phi Gamma Nu sorority was organized to foster the study of business in colleges and universities; to up- hold the interests ot our alma maters through the en- couragement of high scholarship, participation in school activities, and the association of students for their mutual advancement; to promote professional competency and to further a high standard of commer- cial ethics and culture in civic and professional enter- prises. Back row (I lo r) Louann Morgan, Teresa Spencer, Elsa Jo Branch, Alicia Telles. Mary Gunn. Nadine Elston, Nina Salazar, Palti Hood. Allyson Goo- dium Front row Mrs Dellingham. Darlynn Hushey, Linda Cottnll. Sandi Morgan, Alice Maise, Judy Johnson and Linda Potter at the installation and chartering of Beta Alpha chapter, Dec 7, 1971 Spurs Betty Knvokapich, Kathy Blackman. Beth Carroll Row 1 (I to r) Betty Knvokapicti, Barbara Ward, Alice Jones, Susan Sari- ktiani. Rose Schweiss, Paulette Jaramillo, Alma Arzola Row 2 Sharon Olson, Mabel Podest, Rita Suina, Cindy Harris, Ellen Schofield, Elaine Dahl- quist, Theresa Cheqin, Julianne Martinez Row 3. Beth Carroll, Kathy Black- mon, Jamie Brown. Vicki Rock, Leslie Harris, Cheryl Bowlin, Amy Barnhart. 10 Las Campanas The annual Christmas parly was combined with a bridal shower for Kathy Mechenbier, Joyce Anglln. Judy Blum, Debbie Bradshaw, Rheda Brown, Barb Coan. Liz Conroy. Gretchen Dicken- son, Debbie Egbom, Marta Gonzales. Sandy Graham, Susan Hanigan, Jeanne Harms, Cathy Harrell, Pat Hams, Diane Hulsey, Annie Lawing, Mary Kay Lee, Mary Kay Montano, Tern Olas- coaga. Patty Riddle, Dolly Susco, Adrlenne Thompson, Monica de la Torre, Cissy Wadley, Kathy Mechenbier, EInora Wiley, sponsor. Officers for 71-72: Front row (I to r): Sponsor, EInora Wiley. President — Cathy Harrell, Second row Secre- tary — Debbie Bradshaw. Vice-President — Mary Kay Montano. Third row: Historian — Gretchen Dickenson. Treasurer — Jeanne Harms, Not shown: song leaders — Liz Conroy and Rheda Brown. Las Campanas is the junior women ' s honorary, and is serving the Las Cruces community while enriching members ' college lives. Here the girls conduct a typical business meeting. A surprise bridal shower was given for Kathy Mechen- bier. n Phi Kappa Phi With about 200,000 members in 130 university chapters, with roots going back into the nineteenth century, the honor society ot Phi Kappa Phi is today tirmly estab- lished as a major intellectual force in the United States. But mere lon- gevity and numbers do not ac- count for its stature Rather, it is found in the rigid qualifications for membership, and in dedication of Its members, who come from all fields of knowledge, to the ideal of the society motto: " Let the love of learning rule mankind. " Phi Kappa Phi IS the outstanding national honor society recognizing scholar- ship in all disciplines. Speaker — Pres Gerald Thomas Annual Initiation Banquet, February 22, 1972 12 Linda Potter, Lionel Haight and Judy Johnson en|oy the club ' s end-of-senriester. Christmas and Prof. Height ' s retlrennent party. Accounting Students Assn. Sponsor Raymond Conely and Tom Griffin sample refreshments. Linda Potter, Prof Haight, Mrs Beal and Jim Larkin celebrate the semes- ter ' s end. 13 Aggie Fall Rodeo Francis Greenwood goat tying at the Fall Rodeo. She also attended National finals in Bozeman, Montana, last summer, winning 1st at the breal away roping finals 14 Aggie Rodeo Association Zim ' m fl l H t M i a 7l m - ' M IV IHH " il B 2 Hlv Sf E B ' vfl HSki BH L Dr Garrey Carruthers. sponsor, R Darryl Sullivan Colleen Kirsling, 71-72 New Mexico State Vaquero Days Rodeo Queen, also attended National Finals last summer. 15 Alpha Psi Omega " No, no. no ' Everybody must get in ttie oven ' ' The world ' s record-holder for thumb balancing demonstrated his talent Alpha Psi Omega 1971-72 President Herb Hall (68), Vice-President — Bob Bayless, Secretary-Treasurer — Sharon Walker, Pledge Master — Elaine Wilcox, Bruce Allen, Tony Thomas, Cassandra Foley, Marilynn Gay, Jim Sparger, Rose Schweiss, David Long, Paula Gilbert, Angus Cravj ford, IVlan- nie Sage. Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary drar fraternity devoted to promoting good drama at the varsity level. The NMSU chapter of Alpha Psi Ome active in all forms of theatre. The members sole freshments at the summer production of Cinderel well as put on a melodrama for the Elk ' s Club. Indi ' al members have participated in University produc such as Fiddler on the Roof, The Hare and the toise, and The Lower Depths in acting as well as t meal capacities. Several members also participa Reader ' s Theatre and Community Theatre pro tions. u 16 Playmakers 17 wco " i «Rl iV ' Block and Bridle is a national animal science organization dedicated to the improvement and promotion of the livestock industry. Again this year, Block Bridle sponsored five livestock judging ' contests. The competition at the New Mexico State Fair and in El Paso each drew more than 500 FFA and 4-H stu- dents from throughout the Southwest. B B members sharpened their knives as deer season approached because the club otters a deer processing service Nick (The Fruit Peddler) Cortise and Debbie ( " I Know " ) Branham prepare a carcass to the owner ' s order. NM5U Block Jridle I KEEP THE 4M -. ytj - -MiiMi . immi0jp i 18 UJ- 71-72 President Jimmy Delk B B played in intramural sports, placing third in hen ' s basketball and placing high in women ' s and co- 5d events. The Homecoming float for B B was entitled " Friend- hip: Bridge over Troubled Waters. " Highlight of the ear came on St. Patrick ' s Day when national rec- prding star, Tommy Overstreet, performed for a big B B dance. The annual banquet closed out the year ' s ctivities. i Buff " Benson, Wes Grau, and Jim Delk at B Bs Fall Pledge Smoker B each fall cleans up the University Judging Pavillion and gives all the equipment a fresh coat of paint Shown supervising are Becky Grandia. Dianne Dahl. blaudette Duncan, and Sandy Smith ' s back Painters are J Paul Brown under hi " ; hat, Charlie Siepel. and Bobby Emmory 19 Ag Home Ec. Council ' " ; Kathleen Mechenbier, Ag Queen The Ag Home Ec. Council consists of representa- tives from all of the student organizations in the Ag Home Ec. College. The council unifies these organiza- tions, students, and faculty through their activities Among them, they organized Ag Day, an Open Forum between the administration and students, student advi- sors at pre-registration, and the Ag Home Ec, Coun- cil Loan Fund. Pete Gnatkowski, Dr J V Enzie with retirement gift. 20 Cheerleaders 21 Pom-Pom Girls fr 411 Dolly Susco 22 The Pom-Pom Squad was new to NMSU this year, est summer ten girls attended a cheerleading clinic or the El Paso Public Schools with the cheerleaders. Throughout the academic year, the girls have promot- 3d school spirit and added a special touch to Aggie athletic events. | to r): Linda Borregs, Janlfer Llewelyn, Dolly Susco, Anita Fielder, Terry Soma, Nancy Robinson, Marta Gonzales, Belinda Mason, Bertha James, Debbie Sharp 23 Delta Sigma Pi 1st row (l-r): Bob Shock, Jim Larken, Gerald Mawk, Bill Bigsby 2nd row Joe Sesky, Stan Cottnll. V P Pledge Education, Mike Mason, Secretary, Mike Stienert 3rd row Professor Lionel D Haigtit, Advisor, Bob Milford, Robert Rias, Jim Coy 4lh row: Mike Tru|illo, George Dunigan, Leroy Otero, Don Wingfield 5lh row Bob Jaynes, Ron Wills, Tom Owens, Ron Wimsait 6lh row Loren Jondatil, Professor Raymond A Conely, Advisor; Jotin Cra- mer. V P Professional Activities; Richard Rhodes 7th row: Chuck Bots- chen, Bryan R Gleaton, District Director; Danny Williams 8lti row: Jim Sea- ton, Doug Henderson, President, Don Jones, Richard Osterlund, Chancel- lor 9th row Charley Mackey, Larry Rodke, Roger Beaty Bacl row: Bill Dudley, Mike Leighty 24 I American Home Ec. Association lome of the members are (I to r) Emily Cauhape, Lydia Lujan. Patty Porto. Mary Sweetser, Suzi Lewis, udy Meadgen. Nora Nelson. Virginia Sancties. Celester Woodward, Judy Blum, Carren Nicklas, Spon- or Dr Evelyn Hollen. Darliss Peabody. Sponsor Berneita Hendrix The NMSU chapter of the Ameri- can Home Economics Association is the student section of the pro- fessional organization. The pur- poses of AHEA are to provide pro- fessional development, promote interest in home economics, and to provide the application of class- room experience. The symbol is the betty lamp, which suggests simple American hominess and combines the idea of light and pleasant order in the household. Activities this year have been sponsoring fund-raising western dances, hosting the receptions for the Paraguayan exchange pro- gram, hosting the state meeting of NM-HEA Student Section, and par- ticipating in Ag Day. t ttie reception lor the Paraguayan exchange students. Emily Cauhape serves Dr George Dawson. Ag Econ., and Myriam Trussy, one of the ex- change students P lkk r BL 1 ■1 1 i K? H !_ BflBlfifeh H Elizabeth Killgore and Gayle Hills sell tickets to one of the dances spon- sored by AHEA. 25 PSL Janitors Front (I to r): David Lopez, Danny Wilson, Larry Finney, Bruce Huskes Back Sponsor John Kuit, Bob Dennis, Rusty Lowe, Bill Humphry, Ken Mil- ler, Lyie Hutchins Not pictured Bill Cox, Hal Thorneberry, Earl Hoskins, Tom Jenkins. After five years of existence, the PSL (Pfiysica! Science Laboratory) Janitors have become a tradition in Aggieland activity. Always striving for the ideal of total campus involvement, the PSL Janitors push both brooms and school spirit as they industriously work their way through the academic rigors of NMSU. The " Dandy Dozen, " while also taking care of the maintenance end of Clinton P. Anderson Building, re- corded another banner year in spirit promotion. Efforts of 1971-72 were concentrated on Homecoming and the results were rewarding — second place in the float competition and the lovely Colette Dempsey, PSL Jani- tor Queen Candidate, was voted to the Homecoming Court. 26 International Students Association Above: Daniel Milla. Honduras Below Lavena Almiron, Paraguay Prahlad Asher, India; Mane Christine Monye, Holland Lavina AInnlron, Paraguay; Ray Ward, Alaska, Vice-President; Myriam Trus- sy, Paraguay 27 PE Majors Besides regular meetings, the PE. majors sponsored a Golf Tournament this fall for a scholar- ship fund for a PE. major. They put their talent together in the water and trapeze acts later in the Spring Semester at the Aqua Gym Show. The club, open to any P.E. major, is also responsible in part for changing the curriculum in the P.E. Department. - j i n i 4 | twii i «jjL tu i..i! " - ' r Dee Voelker. Martha Trost, Gloria Steele. Linda Lasch, Charles Knotts. Steve Carr, Kim Hayes, John Daniel, Barbara Myers 28 Women ' s Intramural Association (I to r) Brenda Derrick — Publicity, Susan Hannigan — Secretary, Gloria Steele — Vice-Pres,, Judy Donalson — President, Donna Stewart — Treas, 29 ASNMSU Senate I mmm Tom Murray, Senate President 30 31 WRC I Grace Terrazas. AWS: Gretchen Dickinson, Treas , Mary Kay Montano, Inter-Hall; Linda Holland, Inter-Hall; Gloria Diaz. Sec, Jo Ann Marquez. V, Pres ; Car lyn Robinson, Historian; Betty Tucker. Pres.. Betsy Feezer, AWS; Ms Lark 32 WRC II and III WRC IS one big party for L-R: Mary Maret. Belinda Mason. Nancy Moore. Lisa Thornton, and Ractiel Diaz. The Executive Council members lor tall 71 ; Pres . Bonnie Barber. V -Pres., Belinda Mason. Secretary. Colleen Brown; Treasurer, Holly Raymond. The officers for the spring semester were Belinda Mason, President; Vicki Ruth- erford, Vice-President, Ann Mam, Secretary. Patty Martinez. Rachel Diaz. Newsletter; Historians Dianne Blackwell and Norma Jo Weatherly. Rachel Diaz expresses disgust at the Idea of having to iron. Belinda Mason, President, catches a few winks between classes. 33 A few of the activities for the Spring semester sponsored by the Executive Council were open house, dorm picnic, horror movies, and food for finals. Holly Raymond watches over Pif ata actlvitles, 34 Vice-President, Belinda Mason. Secretary, Holly Ray- Imond. and Historian. Dianne Blackwell assist in " pin ;the nose on Rudolph " at the 71 Christmas party " Santa Claus " (Charley Martin) prepares to pass out Christmas presents. One of WRC II ' Ill ' s many activities of 1971, waste sponsors Christmas party for the children of the WRC mainte- jnance workers. The children were entertained by such activities as " Pin the red nose on Rudolph " and a story tell- Jng hour by Mrs. Curry of the National Story Tellers Association. 1971 President. Bonnie Barber, joins In the festivities of opening presents. 35 Corps Staff Fall — ( to b): Corps Commander — Kunkle. Exec Officer — Gould, S-1 — Michell. " C " Co Commander — Miller; S-3 — Sabine. S-4 — Estes. S-5 ■ Duhigg. The Corps Staff under the guidance of the Cadre, run the Corps. The Corps Staff consists of a Corps Commander; his Executive Officer; S-1, Personnel; S-2, Iptelllgence; S-3, Operations and Summer Cam| Training; S-4, Supply; S-5, Public Information; Compa ny Commanders. igFlgSI@i Spring — (f to b): D, Duhigg — s-1 ; G. Estes — Exec Officer; R Sabine — Corps Commander; B. Kunkle — S-3; K, fVliller — S-4, J Jocasale — Headquar ters Co. Commander, Steve Rawlings — " A " Co, Commander. Pete Watilquist — S-5. 36 Pershing Rifles « • (I to r): D. Peralta, Maj, Robinson, B. Bell, K, Moore, J. Akers, T. Tooman, R. Foster, J. Walker, M. Moore, S. Long, P. Walquist, G. Smith. M. Walker. National Honorary Society of Pershing Rifles, is a professional service organization that includes the Army, Air Force, and Navy. Pershing Rifles supports a drill team which participates throughout the Southwest to show the spirit of NMSU and the professionalism of the members. In the spring they sponsored the Fourth Annual NMSU High School Drill Meet which drew to- gether the Junior ROTC Cadets of New Mexico and Texas in keen competition and warm friendship. 37 Counterguerillas G L Jones, B Stevenson, S Rountree, M Montoya, E. Newell, R Marquez, M Homiller, R Jones, M Logan, R Anderson. A Shackeford, G Packard The Counterguerillas of NMSU are an extracurricular activity of the Military Science Department. By being , member of the " CG ' s " a student gets to learn the arts of tactical operations and combat skills. Other benefits an improvements in his physical condition, mountaineering, field problems, and to those who qualify, jump school SA.M.E. Society of American Military Engineers: D, Copeland. Anhyleto, B Monatian, K, Miller, W Gould, J, Locasole, M, Smith. E Shackleford, T Agiorre. 38 sail W( Scabbard and Blade Pledge Class (I to r) D Peralta, K Moore, J Flemming, S Long, J Akers, G HIghtower, P Walquist, D Duhigg, S Rowlings. Company M, Sixteenth Regiment ot the National Honorary Society of Scabbard and Blade, is a truly professional organization open to Army and Air Force ROTC Cadets who are in the advanced course. The Company operates in social, departmental, and civic functions on campus as well as in the Las Cruces com- munity. Active Scabbard and Blade — Front. O Kunkel, Company Commander, Capt. Ken Miller. Treas,, Gale Carter, Exec Officer First Lt,, Robert Medler, Sec. First Sgt, Back: S Mitctile, D, Peretta, C. Highitower, J, Locastle, J. Flemming, G. Estas, B Keene, S, Long, W, Gould, G. Jones, P. Walquist, D. Duhigg, R. Sabine, S Ranlling, K, Moore, J Acers, D. Christie, 39 Arnold Air Society M Seibert, R Karlin, D Rivera, R Altuna, P Daane, J Lord. A Garcia, S Vail, B Keene, D Garcia, L Wiedmann, G Monk. G Hightower, J Hicks. J Meadows, T Crawford, G Long, S Page, R Thompson, members of Ar nold Air Society Arnold Air Society is an honorary service organiza- tion of selected AFROTC cadets. During the 1971-72 school year, Arnold Air Society supported an orphan- age in Juarez and co-sponsored activities with Angel Flight, co-ed organization sponsored by Arnold Air So- ciety. Other AAS activities were a horse show and e trip to the AAS National Conclave in Dallas, Texas. Sabre Squadron Front row (I to r) Artfiur Garcia, Dave Garcia, John Ogean, David Drazez, Robert Altuna. Gerald Hightower, Back row Lory Becka, Lee Morgan, John Brown, Randy Thompson, Tom Colbey. Martin Bradey. Dave Cooksey. 40 Angel Flight, national social-service honorary, is an auxiliary ot Arnold Air Society, professional organiza- ion of Air Force ROTC cadets. Angel Flight, however, ncurs no military obligation. Membership is open to ;o-eds who maintain a 2.2 grade point average. Projects sponsored by NMSU ' s David W. Wallace plight this year included working with a Juarez, Mexi- bo, orphanage; supporting a foster home and a nurs- ng home in Las Cruces; and visiting veterans hospital- zed at William Beaumont Hospital in El Paso. In addi- ion, the organization also supports through letters, jictures, and baked goods, a tactical fighter wing in ietnam. On the social side. Angels and AAS members held several joint functions, such as dinners, river parties, and casual get-togethers, during the year. Two retreats :o Ruidoso were scheduled. Several Angels attended area and national con- :laves held in 1971 and 1972. These gatherings bring ogether flights from throughout the country. Highlights of the Angel Flight calendar are the " Be ind to Cherubs " weeks, held before each pledge ;lass is initiated. Activities during the week include layrides, spaghetti suppers, and a night of informal ini- iation. Formal initiation signifies the candidate ' s re- ceiving her silver wings. Angel Flight " -.1 L-R. Row 1: Clara Fernandez, Clara Apodaca. June Rugh Row 2 Virginia Mollnar, Shelly Vail, Ginger Allard. Yolanda Vieira. Row 3 Kay Stewart, Palti Vermillion Row 4 Anna Morratto, Barbara Coan, Liz Conroy Members not on drill team: Cathy Harrell. Lisa Finley, JoAnn DeAngelis. Judy Caslas. Roxanne Merritt, Nina Salazar, Nina Kiszka, Sue Dawson, Sherry Stab, Gayle Farris, Sally Durand, Diane Skipper, Becky Lewis. Yolanda Romero, Gloria Sandoval, Patty Coleman 41 Panhellenic Council 42 iim Boswell our Southern Gentleman, Kattii Corn, Linda Jordan, Pam AyWo. Heather Davidson, Debbie Vickery, Deborah Scott, Dottie Petersen, Boswell, Debbie Brown, guitarist, Barbara Bodenhofer, Patti Hood, icki Evertson — Secretary, Sandy Greget — Pledge Trainer, Janet Wyly i— President, Kim Greenhaw — Treasurer, Barbara Coan — Vice-president [not included) udy Dull, Elsa Jo Branch, Barbara Bodenhofer, Barbara Baird, Nadine El- ton, Charlene Keith, Marsha MacGibbon, Louann Morgan. Mary Ann Gris- om. Julie Cutler — Traditions Committee, Ricki Brown, Mary Ann McClenahan. Allyson Goodrum, Vicki Everlson, Amy Barnhart, Ann Miller, Sandy Greget, Joy Bobbins, Barbara Baird — Actives. Chi Omega The Pi Delta chapter ot Chi Omega started the year by pledging thirteeri girls, boosting the rrtembership to sixty-two. Chi O ' s busied themselves with preparations for their annual retreat to Ruidoso. Chi Omega placed third in Homecoming house displays and sponsored Bea Christensen for queen. At Christmas Pi Delta raised money for playground equipment for Garcia Foster Home. The chapter adopted four boys from the Boy ' s Ranch, donated $50 to the fVluscuiar Dystrophy Fund, and co-sponsored a Girls ' Stater. Spring saw Chi Omega collecting for the March of Dimes and entertaining veterans at Fort Bliss. With nine new pledges, Chi Omega celebrated its seventy-sev- enth national birthday with a formal banquet hostessed by local alums. Amy Barnhart was selected as Miss New Mexico University Universe, Debbie Vickery as Miss Wool of NMSU, and Debbie Boswell as runner-up. Barbara Bo- denhofer and Vicki Evertson were honored as Greek Dolls for the month of November. Jim Boswell was se- lected as Southern Gentleman. Chi Omega boasts eleven graduating seniors. On the social side, parties varied from the " Funkie Fifties " party to a ' Surfin ' party. The traditional Christmas party and spring final ended each semester. 43 ; W ., 44 Chi Omega 45 Delta Zeta Greek unity during Homecoming what a great way to make a 1st place tiouse display Eighteen new pledges, the Palms swimming pool and what a way to start the year! From hayless hay- rides to a Ruidoso weekend, DZ activities ran the gamut from the serious to the hilarious. We all remember picking the plaster off our clothes but it ' s the only way to win the Homecoming display (with the " Fwi Twa ' s " of course). Philanthropic events ranged from food and clothing drives to personal hygiene kits for Project Navajo to holding the first an- nual dance for the NMSU deaf school. Maintaining our high scholastic rating proved to be job for some of us, but as usual we managed to pu through to the top of Panhellenic ranking. Once again DZ ' s proved to be active on campuj Disc jockeys, honorary members, pompom girls, stL dent leaders, Playmakers, KGRT TV directors (and ca ropers) together belong to our close sisterhood. An 1971-72 certainly proved to be the best year we ' v ever had. 46 front row (I to r) Pledge President — Cay Botwinis. Social — Paulette Jar- amillo, Scholarship — Kris Follett Second row Pledge Trainer — Cathy Harell. Philanthropies — Elaine Dahlquist. Standard — Robina Myers. Ac- jivitles — Kathy Ballard, Historian — Nancy Sylvester, Treasurers — Diane Sonnamaker and Donna Harkey (not pictured). Top row: Presidenl — Marta Gonzales, Recording Secretary — Cheeta Northnp, Rush — Terry Serna, Press and Public Relations — Melody Dean. op row (I to linis, Becky r) Linda Spencer, Diane Blackwell, Laura Rodriguez, Kay Bot- Oyler, Anita Pickman Bottom row Janet Barbe. Charline Har- rell. Alma Sauceda, Holly Raymond, Sue Kuntz 47 Pi Beta Phi The Pi Phi arrow has been launched on the New Mexico State Campus and its direction is up and away. The Chapter participated in many activities during the fall se- mester such as co-ed volleyball, and Homecoming events in which Pi Phi co-sponsored Kathy Me- chenbier for Homecoming Queen. Pi Phi skit displays the proper apparel for certain events. Birthdays are special events and all |oin the celebration. 48 fJew Mexico Beta Chapter of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity was installed as a chap- jer on January 22, 1972 Charier initiates are B.ick. l-r Kay Humphreys. inda Sloan, Pam Creek. Liz Drell. Nora Nelson. Barbara Davis, Kathy Volfe, Janet Jones. Ellen Schofield. Sharon Olson. Nancy Dawson, Diane Downey, Bev Bourguet Front, l-r Marian Wigen, Bev Williams, Holly Martin, Karen Stallings, Bonnie Barber, Sylvia Samaniego. Sylvia Benton. Karen Guice. Margie Gordon Not Shown Lee Ann Freyermoth A cocktail party for Alumnae, parents and escorts was hosted by the Chapter before the Homecom- ing game. A Pi Phi surprise Good Morning was sprung upon the ZTA house one morning. As a service project, the Pi Phi ' s kidnapped the fraternity Presidents and held them ransom for foods to help fill Thanksgiving baskets. Christmas caroling and a formal Christmas party ended the semester. Spring began with the Chapter installation in January with Grand National Officers and distinguished guests attending. A scholarship recognition banquet, a retreat in Ruidoso and Founder ' s Day lunch- eon in El Paso, and Greek Week highlighted the Semester ' s activi- ties The year closed with the Sen- ior Farewell and the Spring Final held in El Paso. Chapter Installation Banquet 49 Top (1 10 r) Linda Lund, Peggy Stahman, Carol Rice, Valerie Hayner, Laurie Reese, Carol Albert. Ann Pinney, Adair Hooker. Andrea Carter, Kathi Hill Row 2 Laurie LaRock, Sue Murray, Tiki Rose, Christi Boone, Linda How- ard, Susan Rutter, Karen Hall, Sheila Bryan, Janie Bullen, Becky Stewart. Beth Greenwell, Kathy Rubens, Bottom Vicky Purvis, Kathie Corazzi. [ Newcomer, Nancy Ahearne, Beth Ann Williams, Sabra Traweek. Sallie I- vey, Aulana Levins, Top (I to r). Vicki Gottlieb, Sue Wilson, Emily Lytton, Helen Center, Dana Hall, Louise Ariedge, Becky Bruce, Elaine Hall, Stephanie Stalker, Jeanne Black, Janifer Llewelyn, Kay Anderson, Debbie Sharp Bottom: Tanya Har- ris, Micah Harris, Cathy On, Sandy Dade, Nona Gottlieb, Sue Bouker, S Lawrence 50 Zeta Tau Alpha TilTLkS. » In galley of a rush skit: Marie Emerson, Aulana Levins Standing: Sue Wilson 51 52 53 Alpha Gamma Rho Center on ground: Scott M. Shafer Front row, kneeling (l-r): John Val- verde, Mike Casabonne, Jimmy Jotinson, Pete Gnatkowski, Steve Barley, Gordon Bartiam, Rocky Langly. Jotin Sakasitz, James Johnson, Joel Bar- ley, Bill Lester, Terry Mathis. Standing, back row (l-r): Steve Taylor, John Cauhape, Kelsie Cauhape, Bonnie Barber, Beth Killgore. Mary Ester F nandez, Rosemary Casabonne. Donda Jo May, " Mom " Hall, Margie G ' don, Sarah Clarke, Carol Cooper, Gail Hill, Cissy Carey, Natalie Hathc Emily Cauhape, Lydia Lu|an, Blonde Fellis, Jim Hottenroth, 54 1 .4. H V - » ■ mf Swingset the AGR ' s built tor Garcia ' s Orphanage at their annual Christmas Parly L-R James Johnson, Allen Campbell, Pee Wee, Joel Barley. Steve Bar- ley. 55 Alpha Kappa Lambda Mike Moore, Larry Jentgen, Terry Widner. Norma Weatherley. Barbara Pyeatt, Tom Seifert, Lynn Thunborg. Linda Jones, Robina Myers, Debbie Thomas, Jim Sanders, Bill Lara, Dick Maschek, Jack Edwards, Jim Rosser, John Nordyke, Joanne Angelides, Mike Hughes, Su Brown, Gerry Robert- son, Filo Werner. Nancy Axtell, Tom Burt, Alfred Morrison, Judy Garcia, Nick Onstott, Bill Werner, Larry Lozar, Mike Cogdill. Durward Benham, Robie Haines, Oscarita, Susie Nick Onstott, Bill Werner, Mike Moore. Terry Widner, Jim Sanders, Gerry Robertson, Larry Jentgen. Bill Lara, Alfred Morrison, Tom Burt, Dick Mas- chek, 56 ? I Norma Weatherley, Roblna Myers, Nancy Axtell, Debra Thomas, Filo Wer- , ; ner, Barbara Pyeatt, Joanne Angelides, Su Brown, Judy Garcia. Linda Jones, Lynn Thunborg -y ... kry twr S7 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Front row: Carol Cuttler, Barbara Bodenhofer, Sandl VIscusI, Susan Rutler, Terry White, Letha Gros nor, Leslie Ballew, Elsie Jo Branch, Sylvia Samaniego, Gloria Castillo. Back row (l-r): Debbie Hallee Berta Slusher. Donna Williams, Debbie Brown, Carlotta McNutt, Vicky Evertson, Kathy Corazzi, Lau LaRock, Debbie Boswell, Sandy Morgan, Gail Dubrock, Jo Stark, Debbie Pigford. Dottie Petersen, De bie Vickery, Tiki Rose. Front row (l-r): Richard Van Winkle, Gary DuBrock, Steve Grosvenor, Rich- ard Troy 2nd row: Tom Smith, Martin Wolf, Tim Smith, Bill Albright, Britt Do- naldson, Bryan Karfin, 3rd row: Mike Kolbenschlag, Dede Roberts, Scott Williams. Pete Parker, Steve Seeker, Buz Cathey Back row: Bill Schultz, Wynn Bierk, Fred French, Bill Wolf, Mike Flanery, Bob Brown, John Cusac Vince Overfelt, David Turner, Steve Myllo, Troy Cowan, Tom Butler, P Karnes, Bill Gann. 58 59 ¥ 60 61 Above Mom Jaeger Missing Clyde McCorkle, Doug Lunsford, Chuck Luna, Bob Lawrence, John Larsh, John Knorr. Rick Jackson, Bryce HIrth, Bob Hall, Don Dickison, Jake Gaultney, Rex Hall, Bruce Franks, George Foster. Jerome Dodson, Steve Dahlgren, George Culver, Jerry Byrd, Van Bullock, Bruce Bixby, Larry Brown, Steve Bell, Tom Mims, Jack Barela, Joe Balkus, Larry Andrews, Eric Livingston, Brad Gates, Jim McNeese, Jol Merhege, Dave Wise, Geott Whitney, Jimmy Trujillo, Fred Thomas. Dl Sparks. Ron Sloane, Ron Segura, Rick Saari, Hap Richardson. Ga Rhodes, Norm Pruitt, IVIike Polaski, Layne Pate. Gary Parker. Ray Padil Stewart Buckingham, Steve Brown, John Boyes, Joe Bullock 62 ' ■■■- ' ' . • 4 " Vs I WV, SM Sigma Chi " nI- Cir Ih. ' ' J - ■ ' Fop f to rj Ruth Paxson, Donna Harris. Sally Harvey, Ann Pinney. Stephanie Stalker, Carol Reneau, Linda Howard Row 2 Marsha Ronan, Debbie Scott, Kim Greenhow. Emily Tobey, Sandy Dade, Vicki Purvis, Lisa Newcomer. f oo!: Debbie Sharp, Christ! Boone. Cathy Ott. Marsha MacGibbon. Zeta Phi of Sigma Chi 71-72 started with the best welcome- back parties on campus and a roadblock for cerebral palsy, for which they collected $700 and five pesos. The charter members of the new Little Sigma Chapter were in- stalled, and were under the leader- ship of the chapter sweetheart, Marsha MacGibbon. Sigs took sec- ond in all-campus football, and closed out the semester with the Halloween Party, Standoff Half of Dona Ana Party, Christmas Party, and the initiation of Eta Pledge Class. Spring semester. Zeta Phi was under the leadership of new presi- dent Ron Segura. The Sigs con- ducted a charity drive for retarded children, held their annual multiple sclerosis Drive, and worked toward the purchase of a new lodge. 63 Phi Kappa Tau Bottom row (I to r): Emily Tobey. Paul Young. Robin Adair, Holly Raymond. Alan Lay 2nd row: Jim Donald. Roger BouHard, Bob Tobey. Chuck Klobas- sa. Wally Henderson, Kathy Ballard 3rd row: Steve Roberts, Laura Rodri- guez. Bob Hatch. Linnie Davis. Linda Vigil. " Trapper John " Sharkey. Ji Meyers. Linda Sloan. Jim Proftitt. Mel Beck, 64 i ' XT V !■ ■ W 515 i 65 Theta Chi Louie Wachel. Bobby Golden, Rob Hermes. Ron Aguilar, Ken Watkins; Row 1 Dave Miller, Greg Weart, Ron Martinez. Greg Martin, John Brown Row 2 Jim Burns, Tom Velarde, Ralph Pendleton, Charlie Guess, Larry Saavedra, Monty Leishman. Row 3 Ken Smith, Tom Burns Row 4 Bob Rows Owen Scherzer — not present Theta Chi Fraternity took on a new look this yec Atter much work by the brothers and especially tt alumni, a new house at 1250 Plain was purchase With this, and a new spirit, we initiated four actives ar pledged seven. Theta Chi is the largest it has been f several years. Officers for Spring 72 are Ralph Pendleton, Pre; dent: Owen Scherzer, Vice-President; Greg Wea Secretary; Jim Burns, Treasurer; and Larry Saavedr Pledge Marshal. We took third place in the All-Campus Soccer toL nament and won the fraternity volleyball champio ship. Our cross-country men took fraternity honors ar second all-campus championship. 66 n Big 66 serves NMSU students KRWC fun and news 24 hours a day tloyd Covens fiiews Directo t Ij Dave Lyo] News f I TU f tfoid Serj i -Sponsor Jimmy Doiron Chief Engineer Chuck Wielani lAsst. News HjTO ' ' gig: ne Gleason . Director Page Carter, Researc t ' H 71 Photos by Coach Chazzatizer. Managing Mas- cot, Wee Wiihe Diven 73 Swastika Constance J James, Editor-in-Chief (Bill) William R Gardner, Managing Editor L to R Con James. John Diehl. Sandy Graham, Meredith Marble. Bonnie Upthegrove. Bill Gard- ner, 74 Neil Turnage, Sports Editor Sandy Graham, Copy Editor L Meredith Marble, Sections Editor; R: John Diehl, Photo Editor 75 Bonnie Upthegrove. Layout Artist The Swastika Staff is a non- profit organization, thoughi not necessarily by choice. Our name is taken from a Navajo symbol meaning " all people should live in harmony, " From September to July we work ac- tively to capture the essence of New Ivlexico State University, not as an institution, but as a large number of individuals in one geo- graphic area, for one reason or an- other. We have taken student life general and tried to concentrate into two slim volumes and a s case in what we hope to be a h; monious fashion. We wish we could have do more. This year ' s Swastika is respe fully dedicated to El Rio Grande, carp, salt cedars, birds, and off ' life forms in the hope that it will s better days. 76 Patty Porto, Layout Artist, Dumas Slade, Photographer Jeanne Gleason, Layout Artist; Maurice McEntyre, Photographer 77 : ' : Thomas, Gerald W. President 80 iAmbrose, Philip, Vice President of Student Affairs: Cowan, Paul, Corbett Center Director; Van Pelt, Ctiancy, Auxiliary Services Head; Stockton, Larry, Dean of iStudent Services Watson, Betty, Dean of Student Activities 81 Leyendecker, Phillip, Dean of Agriculture and Home Economics- Brisbane, Bryce, Dean of Business Administratioi Economics. Daw, Harold, Dean of Arts and Sciences. Hall, Carl, Administrative Vice President. 62 83 Royalty ■ ■ 84 DxGNITARlE!) CarI 1 Seaborm Collin. ' 1 Board of neoqcwls- Ires 85 Riffraff 86 Candids In a pensive moment, Mr. Van Pelt relaxes with a strange plant. Engrossed in an administrative conclave, Dr. Ambrose tias a lot on his mind V.P Ambrose samples the delightful cuisine at Milton ' s fashionable side- walk cafe Phil and Paul find time for fun in the sun with students at Milton. 87 Square dancing is still a serious business for Aggies, and Dr, Ambrose is no exception. Here he demonstrates his calling talents. 88 Dr, Thomas really has a hard „me study,ng w„h all these students ,n h,s of„cel 89 ' o ft D cf) L. o - . :r ( r (J o K .N o o R 4 H 92 Good days ahead in baseball 93 " flmr 94 Swimmers best since ' 70 95 Tennis team belts it out I wMiMMiM tiUJ«MH£ " iTi ' ii li.iTi.;,! 1 96 Wood has winning season . . . almost ;iev; llexico Aggies 1971 FINAL VARSITY F00T3ALL STATS 5-5-1 RUSHING James, WB Brown, SB TC YG YL MET A7G TD LP SCORING TD PAT-K PAT-2 PGA-M TP 200 813 h2 771 3. 113 600 25 575 5. CoUins, SB 71 313 6 307 A. Martin, WB 19 57 11 46 2 Pisarcik, QB V 106 65 41 McTeer, K 2 28 28 14. Stephenson, SE 1 Pisk, QB 109-99, Pedley, QB 1 13 -13 13 NM3U TOTALS OPP. TOTALS PASSING 453 1917 171 1746 3. 609 2996 293 2703 4. 10 26 James 2 66 McTeer 1 26 Brown 1 12 Warren 2 17 Collins 20 Pisarcik Stephenson -9 Howard -13 Ware Martin 9 16 66 4 22 55 Westburg Sark 27-26 lt-6 0-1 2-0 2-0 66 44 32 24 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 ATT CMP YDS INT PCT TD Pisarcik, QB 333 Pedley, QB 4 Pisk, QB 1 152 1983 21 2 23 1 .456 12 .500 .000 NM3U OPP. TOT. Wl. 29 27-26 27 26-23 2- 1- 1 1 6 ■1 11-7 220 208 INTERCEPTION 3 NO YDS AVG TD LP NM3U TOTALS OPP. TOTALS RECEIHNG 338 179 154 2006 63 865 22 12 CGT YDS AVG Stephenson, SE Ware, Flk. Warren, Flk. Holloway, TE Brown , SB Collins, SB James, WB Westburg, TE Karas, SE Martin, WB 39 31 23 19 15 10 9 6 1 1 513 13.2 371 12.0 337 14.7 185 9.7 254 16.9 158 15.8 56 6.2 112 18. 7 10 10.0 10 10.0 Gee, FS Brandon, QLB Crooks, CB TD LP McMillian, CB Howard, DE 7455 12 .352 3 Minzak, Q-SLB McMahon, SS Lutz, MLB 37 28 46 21 50 NMSU TOTALS 72 OPP. TOTALS PUNTING NMSU TOTALS OPP. TOTALS KICKOFF RETUHNS 154 2006 13.0 63 865 13.7 NO YD 3 AVG TD LP 1 1 4 3 1 1 1 _ NM3J TOTALS 12 72 OPP. TOTALS 3 42 , , , , 28 9.3 17 8.5 15 7.5 0.0 35 35.0 21 21.0 15 15.0 7 7.0 15 17 14 35 21 15 7 13 22 138 10.6 177 8.0 35 40 46 10 McTeer 10 NO YDS AVG BLK LP 52 2110 40.6 67 52 2110 40.6 67 63 2504 39.7 1 72 James , VJB Brown, SB Martin, WB Holloway, TE Edmondson, OG Collins, SB 19 480 25.3 10 232 23.2 2 25 12.5 2 10 5.0 1 15 15.0 1 9 9.0 64 39 13 10 15 9 NMSU TOTALS OPP. TOTALS HJNT RETURNS ■35 769 22.0 64 34 695 20.4 32 NO YDS AVG TD LP Martin, TO Brown , SB McMahon, SS 21 126 6.0 25 7 78 11.1 22 1 0.0 TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS By Rushing Passing Penalty FUMBLES Fumbles Lost PENALTIES Penalty Yardage RETURN YARDAGE NMSU OPP. 219 112 89 18 17 10 203 151 36 16 38 24 73 70 684 629 342 290 GAME BY GAME RESULTS AND ATTENDANCE NM3U TOTALS OPP. TOTALS 29 204 7.0 25 21 113 5.3 1 56 SCORE BY QUARTERS : New Mexico State 41 50 48 81 — 220 Opponents 23 82 38 65 — 208 SEASON RECORDS SET : PISARCIK, QB: Most Passes Attempted, 333; Most Interceptions Thrown, 21. MCTELH, K: Most Field Goals, 6. TEAM: Most Passes Attempted, 338 Most Plays, Rushing Passing, 791. GAME RECORDS SET : PISARCIK, QB: Most Passes Completed, 22 (vs. S M U, Oct. 2) Most Touchdown Passes, 5 (vs. West Texas State, Nov. 6) STEPHENSON, SE: Most Pass Receptions, 10 (vs. S M U, Oct. 2) MCTEER, K: Lomgest Punt, 67 yards (vs. Wichita State, Nov. 13) 7 Drake Univ. Utah State Univ. 10 North Texas State 25 Southern Methodist 35 New Mexico Univ. 7 UT-El Paso 20 UT-Arlington 14 Idaho Univ. 50 West Texas State 31 Wichita State Univ. 21 Colorado State (H-13,214) (A-10,378) (H-10,l60) (A-31,120) (A-25,595) (H-14,682) (A- 8,500) (H- 7,650) 24 (H-12,335) 7 (A-12,254) 38 (A- 9,475) TEAM: Most Passes Completed, 22 (vs. S M U, Oct. 2) Most Touchdown Passes, 5 (vs. West Texas State, Nov. 6) CAREER RECORDS SET : JAMES, WB: Most Rushing Plays, 818 Most Rushing Yards, 3884 Most Touchdowns, Rushing, 33 Most Kickoff Return Yardage, 1870 Most Points Scored, 246 Most All-Purpose Yards, 5979 » Denotes NCAA Major College Record 97 ■ H 1 jj I 1 ■! 3 nl " n 4 2 1 1 i ' Wm 98 99 100 101 Frosh hopes fade from start New Mexico State University FRESHAMN FOOTBALL STATISTICS ♦ Won-0, Lost- !+ HUSHING TC NET YDS. TD A ' I;. LP HinL] ! NO. YDS. AVE. TD Dubow, TB 28 112 1 . ' +.0 60 Penrod, FLK 4 28 7.0 Warren, TB 22 92 4.1 17 Benedict, SE 2 18 9.0 Tercek, TB 17 46 2.7 7 Kill, DE 1 16 16.0 Bowerman, QB 17 27 11-5 6 NMJJ TOTALS 7 62 8.9 Elms. TB 8 16 2.0 IC ' 5 10.8 NMSU TOTALS 90 293 2 3.2 60 INTERCEPTIONS NO. YDS. AVE. TD DPP. TOTALS 158 472 7 2.9 25 ,, 3 , ,, 0.0 PASSING ATT CMP YDS INT PCT. TD Helms, LB 1 0.0 Bcwerman, QB 89 37 462 9 .416 4 NMaJ TOTALS 2 20 10.0 NMSU TOTALS 89 37 462 9 .416 4 ° " TOTALS 9 79 8.7 OPP. TOTALS 94 47 63I 2 .500 4 3,0 ,, TD PAT-K PAT-2 FGA-H TP RECEIVING NO. YDS. AVE. TD LP Benedict, SE 4 24 Benedict, SE 19 289 15.2 4 67 Bowerman, QB 1 2-0 6 Rarick, FLK 5 58 11.6 7 Dubow, TB 1 6 Tice, TE 4 33 8.2 15 Hill- D E-K 4: :2 1-0 2 Warren, TB 3 28 9.3 17 NMSU TOTALS 6 4-2 2-0 1-0 38 n„Mr,=. TV o 0-7 T7 n TO OPP. TOT LS 11 11-10 4-2 84 Dubxna, TE 2 27 13-5 19 (included safety scored by MM) Elms, TB 2 12 6.0 8 Penrod, FLK 1 9 9.0 9 EAM || A T I S f J C S Tercek. TB 1 6 6.0 6 t,- 4. n rtn en • First Downs 30 57 NMaj TOTALS 37 462 11.6 4 67 „ , -, , 9 OPP. TOTALS 47 63I 13-4 4 42 £ 3 3 1 PU NTING NO. YDS. AVE. BLKD. LP Penalties 17 18 Tercek, TB 21 695 33-1 1 45 " " " n .„ „ -,„ „ - -. Return Yards 292 222 Bowerman. QB 2 100 50.0 55 NMSU TOTALS 23 795 34-5 1 55 DSSive ' SeM 36r OPP. TOTALS 21 787 37-4 54 g p nt R sS ng ! ! . . [ . 1 . . 157- KICKOFF RETUHN2 NO..YDS,_AM._JL_ f ' l ' fJ.T ' ' ' Z Penrcd, FLK 5 81 l6.2 „.,, ™ - Offense (Per-Game) " ' ° 2.3 _ Offense 251- Elms, TB 2 38 19. NMSU Rushing 97 Aeu PTK 9 ?A iR n n Passing 15 ' ™ 2 36 18.0 gj_ p gyg 6 , Benedict, SE 2 26 13.O n Tvr T o o n n Scoring by Quarters gQ ' - ' ' r PT 1 2 2,0_0 NMSU 14 18 6 -38- NMSU TOTALS 15 210 14.0 OPP. 24 21 19 20 - 84- OPP. TOTALS 4 78 19.5 TOTALS 38 39 25 20 -122- « »»» «» »» » -)HHHi-» -)H«- -tt « -K »x-»« -» l ■ ( )nnnnHHH HHHH ■lH -l ■H■lHHt■■)HHHnn ■lH(■ Game 1. University of Arizona 41, NMSU 25 Game 3. Eastern Arizona 47, NMSU 13 Game 2. U. T. El Paso 21, NMSU 6 Game 4. N.M.M.I. 22, NMSU 7 NOTE: Stats are incomplete, pending the arrival of stats from Eastern Arizona. -30- 102 Little Aggies train tor the NMSU tootball tradition I 103 19-6 not enough, says NCAA New Mexico State University Varsity Basketball Stats ♦ ♦ 25 Games-W 19 L 6 FJNAL OJLAR SEASON (20-6 entire season; 19-6 NCAA) G FGM-FGA-PCT. FTi- -FTA-PCT Ny PLAYER POSITION _ 912 John Williamson, G 25 955 Alex Scott, G-Capt. 25 56k Roland Grant, C 23 774 Truman Ward, F 24 464 Roy Neal, F 22 479 Hal Robinson, F 25 410 Bill Ford, F 23 401 Bill Moore, G 24 6 Avery Dishroon, F 4 31 Clyde Williamson, G 10 276-573 —482 126-I66-.759 I63-385-.423 61- 87-. 701 15 OTHERS JL 125-269-.465 134-289-.464 53-131-. 405 50-123-. 407 30- 81-. 370 31- 77-. 403 3- 5-. 600 5- 14-. 357 1- 5-. 200 6 93-. 710 47- b7-.540 61- 74 - .824 26- 50.520 21- 27- . 778 8- 16-. 500 0- O-.OOO 2- 3-. 667 O- l-.OOO RLB-AVE. AST PF;- PTS-AVI ' : 158-6.3 62 69-2 678-27.1 98-3.9 Lk2 -32-0 387-15.5 200-8.7 18 88-2 244 -10.2 26 78-5 56-1 58-1 41-1 38-1 2-0 6 0 151-6.9 170-6.8 80-3. 5 41-1.7 1-0.3 6-0.6 2-0.3 20 23 24 58 5 1 2-0 316-13.7 315-13.1 167- 7.6 126- 5.0 81- 3.5 70- 2.9 6- 1.5 12- 1.2 2- 0.3 1005 NM3U TOTALS 25 871-1952-.446 U8-604-.692 1314-52 6 384 470-18 " 21S0::: 86.4 1005 OPP. TOTALS 25 738-1668-.442 406-619-.656 1096-43.8 313 459-16 1882— 75.3 TURNOVERS: SHOTS MISSED ; TEAM REB OUNDS ; AVE. SCORING MARGIN ; +11.1 NMSU-384 (15.4) Nl i3U: I267 NM3U7T53 OPP. -487 (19.5) OPP,: 1143 OPP.: 205 1971-72 NM3U Game-bv-Game Results Attendance High Scorer Top Rebounder NMSU OPPONENT 71 Angelo State 76 New Mexico 94 New Mexico 80 Brigham Young U. 96 Oklahoma Christian 89 Univ. of Arizona 88 Arizona State U. 91 3an Francisco 71 U. of Colorado 89 Pepperdine 95 Montana State 59 U. T. El Paso 71 U. T. Arlington 82 U. of Oregon 91 U. of California 63 U. T. El Paso 96 U. T. Arlington 101 West Texas State 102 Utah State 108 U. of Portland 80 V. ' est Texas State 104 ©Athletes In Action 105 Corpus Christi U. 81 U. of Denver 108 Utah State 73 Marquette U. NOTE: 82 85 75 59 76 89 65 68 92 92 50 83 76 73 46 88 69 (H- 9,155) (A-15,300) (H-11,887) {A-18,296) (H- 6,823) (H- 5,911) fH- 3,600) (H- 4,644) (H- 4,633) fRoadrunner (Roadrxinner) (H-11,872) (A- 2,600) (A- 5,500) (A- 1,600) (A- 5,425) (H- 7,222) (H- 7,123 (A- 7,533) (A- 1,119) (A- 3,200) (H- 2,271) (H- 5,122) (H- 4,851) (H- 6,623) Williamson-27 Williamson-28 3cott-25 Grant-23 Williamson-34 ,3cott-22 Williamson-25 Williamson-32 VfillleiEejEr-22 Scott-22 Williamson-29 Williamson-33 V illiamson-23 Williams on-21 VJilliarason-27 IJilliamson-48 Willi amson-20 Williamson-24 3cott-25 Williamson-35 VJilliamson-27 Williamson-37 Williamson-26 v;illiamson-30 Williamson-25 Williamson-33 Williamson-27 Grant-11 Williarason-7 Ward-lO Grant-9 Ward-Robinson-lO Neal-9 Ford-12 Ward-12 Grant-11 Ward-19 Grant-14 Ward-Robinson-10 Ward-12 Ward-Robinson-ll Neal-13 Ward- 5 Grant-14 Grant-13 Ward-Robinson-8 Grant-13 V illiamson-Ward- . Ward-Grant-15 Neal-18 Ward-13 Ward-18 Neal- 8 (H-12,567) by John Williamson indicates the single-game scoring record v.s. Cal- Berkeley and is also a Harmon Gym (Berkeley) mark. Athletes In Action does not count in Official NCAA Stats; but does allow for NM3U school records and will be added in at the completion of the season. -30- 104 Big man. Tree " Grant dominated the boards in rebounding I 105 106 107 108 109 Frosh at 8-7 fop 500 mark New Mexico State University- Sports Information Services Sonny Yates, Director Abel Chavez, Assistant NEW MEXrCO STATE UNIVERSITY AGGIE FRESHMAN FINAL BASKETBALL STATISTICS — W-8, L-7 Player Position Jim Bostic, C Steve White, G Alan Graham, F Pat Gose, G Roman Cisneros, G Mike Pool, F Matt Ross, F-C Rick Jackson, F Loyad Anderson, G G FGM-FGA-PCT. 14 134-288 46.8 15 106-221 47.9 15 97-204 47.5 15 60-146 a.o 7 15- 49 30.6 15 22- 85 25.8 4 5-11 45.5 9 12- 36 33.3 10 7- 30 23.3 FTM-FTA-PCT. REB.-AVE. AST PF-D- -PTS.- AVE. 70-105 66.6 244- 17.4 29 47-3 338-24.1 65- 87 74.7 63- 4-2 fl2 2 2-3 277-18.4 64- 75 85.3 150- 10.0 25 43-2 258-17-2 32- 46 69.5 55- 3.6 17 27-1 152-10.1 28- 4.0 14 28-2 40- 5.7 106- 7.0 19 31-0 71- 4.7 12- 3.0 2 0-0 12- 3.0 31- 3.4 10 17-0 26- 2.8 17- 1.7 7 4-0 17-1.7 10-19 52.6 27- 57 47.3 2- 4 50.0 2- 6 33.3 3- 10 30.0 NMSU FROSH TOTALS OPP. TEAM TOTALS 15 458-1070 42.8 275-409 67.2 804-53.6 176 24 11 1191 Team Reb. Inc. 79.4 15 447-1058 41.3 216-332 65. 669-44.6 ia 272-11 1112 Team Reb. Inc. 74.1 TURNOVERS ; NM3U-210 - 14.0 0pp. -226 - 15.0 AVERAGE XORING MARGIN: NMSJ +5.3 TEAM REECUNDS ; NM.SU-98 SCORING BY HALVES ; 0pp. -73 NM:3U 590 601 1191 0pp. 524 588 1112 NOTE: Denotes stats are incomplete for three road games. Underlined rebound totals include team rebounds. NMSU 107 70 109 66 77 82 78 60 74 80 51 66 60 133 78 1191 OPPONENtS White Sands (H) 63 New Mexico (A) 92 New Mexico (H) 1Q2 Cochise J.C. (A) 61 N.M.J. C. (H) 79 U. T. El Paso (H) 81 N.M.J.C. (A) 80 U. T. El Paso (A) 62 Arizona Western (H) 85 West Texas State (H) 66 U. T. El Paso (A) 60 South Plains J.C. (A) 79 West Texas State (A) 59 White Sands (H) 76 U. T. El Paso (H) 67 TOTAL POIOTS 1112 Road Record: 2-5 1971-1972 GAME- BY -GAME RESULTS SCORE TOP SCORER Graham-29 Bostic-29 Bostic-37 Bostic-25 Bostic-24 Bostic-29 Bostic-40 Bostic-20 White-21 Graham-26 l ' Jhite-18 White-25 White-28 Bostic-27 White-19 HIGH-Bostic-40 Home Record: TOP REBOUNDER Graham-18 Bostic-21 Bostic-19 Bostic-21 B ostic-29 Bostic-18 Bostic-3.3 Bostic-18 Bostic-Graham-lO Graham-13 Bostic-15 Bostic-10 Pool-14 Bostic-Pool-l6 Bostic-29 HlGH-Bostic-29 (2 ) 6-2 -30- 110 ' v ' .«• i 111 112 NMSU linksmen drive ahead i 113 IM ' s challenge the mind 1)4 lis B. wmt: xaB v. jr3 116 « 117 ■3 is -H " ■tr. .--■. ' x-:--;T«5sr_Wf- ' ! «p»r «%■ • IV- t ' t •(Li ' lT ' ;. " " ■? ' ' ! ' ' C %«-«aE9Ki rii».-. j: ( - ' :. 118 s rx:- I 119 120 ' •w mmii )t.. Sfe». 121 ; " , f r-v ; A. tf : " . ? ■.)[- ' ' r. --••■. MAFfK BOfsID E ' i ' V .; Abraham-Bobby Abraham P. De Leon Albert L. Nance Alicia Z Valdez Alan G. Sumrall Andres R. Balderrama Andrew L. Trotter Anna M. Salazar Aniseto J. Valdez 1 Barbara A. Bodenhofer Barbara A. Grahann Barbara J Baird V ■ ' ' Barrett R. Atkins Benilde O. Subia Beverly fvl. Knight Bill G. McFarland Bobby D. Smith 124 Bobby-Collen - .s d! Bobby E. Dow Bryan R. Gleaton Bud Kunkel Carmelita B. Sandoval Carol L. Hale Carolyn R, Davis Charlene Keith Charles M. Martin Charles R. Luna Cheeta P. Northrip Cheri A Jones Chester Kimber Claire J Larson Claud B. Perry Claudine A. Kasunic 125 Daisy-Deborah Daisy A. Irving Dan P. Colwell Daniel D. Burgin Daniel R. Maes Danny Trujillo Daryl G. Gustin D ' aun McGonagill I 1 David Valenzuela • David A. Gurule David C. Baker David F. Boehler David M. Anderson i.. David W. Wolf Debbie C. Shultz Debbie R, Eastland Deborah A, Garcia 126 Deborah-Doris V Deborah K. Meikle Debra K Bailey Dennis Hall Dennis A. Elbe Dixie M. Williams Don Jones Don S Mayhew I Donald G. Kidwell V ■ Ml - " ' i Donald K McClanahan Donald R. Wingfield Donda Jo May Donna J. McCoskey Donna L. Dixon Donna R. Harris Donna S. Howell Doris J. Gilbreath 127 Doris-Fidel Doris J. Rapp Douglas A. Kelch Edward Armenta Eleanor L. Byers Lii)i Elisabeth M Hinkle Elizabeth F. O ' Hearn Ella G. King Elsa J. Branch 7 fi Ernest Terrazas Esther Norton Eugene P. Marquez Eva L Grant Evelyn B. McKimmey Felix D. Bejarano Fernando R. Miera Fidel Orona 128 Frank-Gloria Frank E. Rivera Frank H. Kroening Fred Allen Gale Carter Gale A. Cupp Gary A Fish Gary R Ashlock Gary W, Wood Gayle E Hille Gaylon K. O ' Dell Gerald W. Monk Ginger S. Allard Jl -« At ' t W k ' r Aif B Glenn B. Carter Glenn H. Estes Gliserio Rodriguez Gloria J. Bodley 129 Harold-James Harold Morgan Harold W. Hopper Harold W Newell Harry D, Readel I J Hector E. Sabillon-Boden Ri Vf Henry A. Seal Herbert A. Hall Howard O Norman w.miryi. r -«»saBxa« lla C. DeSmet Jack F. Reynolds Jack L. Bacastow Jaime A Luna James D. Maness James E. Noble James F, Walker James H. Larkin 130 James-Judy i James D. Schaefer James R. Delk James W. Rowland Janice E. Guidry Jerry L. Copeland Jim E. Reid Jo A. Pine Joan A. Bass M Joe H Seskey John C. Cloran John Diehl John R. Jacobs John R. Papa Johnnie Croley Judy A. Donalson Judy K. Dull 131 Julia-Linda ;.;: ' ' •■■•»!.. Julia J. Cutler K. P. Carter Kamal J. Sanghani Katherine A. Cline Keith C Manley Kenneth W. Miller Kern A. Berlin Lawrence A. Ortega i ' W b Lawrence H. Griffin Lawrence J. Ferns Lawrence M. Keil Leonard A. Carlson Leroy Pacheco Leslie A. Bruce Linda E. Rodriguez Linda J. Potter 132 . Linda K. Cokor Linda L. Johnson Linda M. Might Lois D. Fielder Loren D. Jondahl Lorita W. Rinehart Louann Morgan Louis J. Corpening _pj Louisa F. Byrd Ludy Ortega Margaret R. Gordon Marsha L. MacGibbon Marsha R. George Mary A. Grissom Mary C Mary K. Lee 133 Julia-Linda Julia J, Cutler K. P Carter 1 . Kamal J, Sanghani Katherine A. Cline Keith C. Manley Kenneth W. Miller Kern A. Berlin Lawrence A. Ortega Lawrence H, Griffin Lawrence J Ferns Lawrence M. Keil Leonard A. Carlson Leroy Pacheco Leslie A. Bruce Linda E. Rodriguez Linda J. Potter 132 Linda-Mory ■ ' ' - .»■ ' VK Linda K. Cokor A ■■m Linda L. Johnson Linda M, Hight Lois D. Fielder Loren D. Jondahl Lorita W, Rinehart Louann Morgan Louis J. Corpening Louisa F. Byrd Ludy Ortega Margaret R Gordon Marstia L. MacGibbon 7 I Marsha R. George Mary A. Grissom Mary C. Sweetser Mary K. Lee 133 Mary-Pamelo m Mary L. Menefee Meredith L. Marble Michael A Martin Michael S Curtis Miguel Melendez Miles G. Boucher Nancy J. Bennett Nancy J, Martinez Nellie J. Miller Nicholas J. Kakalec Nora M. Nelson Nora M. Ruiz Olivia Armijo Orphia J. Rogers Pamela Creek 134 Pamela J. Harris Pomelo-Raymond Patricia A, Melick Patrick K. Kearny Peggy R. Strebeck Penny L, Putnam Peter L. Turbett Phillip R. Gomez Pulkur V. Rao Ralph J. Austin Randall T. Sabine Randy M. Upham Raul G. Salcido t Raymond A. Ward Raymond F. Andrews Raymond G. Scheuerman Raymond L. Hay 135 Raymond-Robert Raymond T. West Reta G. Cook Rhett G. Putman Ricardo E. Ortega , gj m ' i T-- Richard A. Frustere Richard L. Shaw Richard M. McMillen Richard W. Estes Rita D. Vardell Robert C Lydick Robert J. Rogers Robert J, Schmidt V - - v Robert L DeLain Robert L. Dennis Robert L. Simanton Robert W. Safter 136 Roberta-Steven Roberta E Lucero Rodger G, Burch Roger I. Bouffard Ronald G. Colwell V Ronald J. Dominguez Rosalinda S. Quintanar Roxana M. Jansma Santiago Davila Shahia Larkin Sharnelle D. Brower Sharon K. Campbell Sharon L. Walker Sheila G. Hamrick rl " Shirley R. Upton Stephen A. Hackenberry Steven L. Miller 137 Steven-Walter v Steven M- Cokor Suanne Pelk Susan L. Miera Teresa Romero Terry D Richardson Thais J. Dewing Theresa E. Baros Thomas C. Nolan Thomas C, Turney Thomas E. Bergam Thomas F Stewart Thomas H. Davis Trezi Garvey Veronica M. Lujan Victor U. Garcia Walter C. Haussamen 138 Wanda-Yolande Wanda K. West Willard F. Hemsing William D. Humphrey William D. Wall William G. Baranowski William J. Bass William J. Longwill William J. Walterscheid William S Wright William W, Dudley Windell L. Gilliam Yolande C. Brower " 1 f 139 Senior Index Abraham P De Leon 124 Albert L. Nance 124 Alicia Z. Valdez 124 Alan G. Sumrall 124 Andres R. Balderrama 124 Andrew L. Trotter 124 Anna M. Salazar 124 Aniseto J. Valdez 124 Barbara A. Bodenhoter 124 Barbara A. Graham 124 Barbara J. Baird 124 Barrett R. Atkins 124 Benilde O, Subia 124 Beverly M Knight 124 Bill G. McFarland 124 Bobby D. Smith 124 Bobby E, Dow 125 Bryan R. Gleaton 125 Bud Kunkel 125 Carmelita B. Sandoval 125 Carol L. Hale 125 Carolyn R. Davis 125 Charlene Keith 125 Charles M. Martin 125 Charles R. Luna 125 Cheeta P. Northrip 125 Cheri A. Jones 125 Chester Kimber 125 Claire J. Larson 1 25 Claud B. Perry 125 Claudine A. Kasunic 125 Collen P. Kirsling 125 Daisy A. Irving 126 Dan P. Colwell 126 Daniel D. Burgin 126 Daniel R. Maes 126 Danny Trujillo 126 Daryl G. Gustin 126 D ' aun McGonagill 126 David Valenzuela 126 David A. Gurule 126 David C. Baker 126 David F. Boehler 126 David M. Anderson 126 David W. Wolt 1 26 Debbie C. Shultz 126 Debbie R. Eastland 126 Deborah A. Garcia 126 Deborah K. Meikle 127 Debra K. Bailey 127 Dennis Hall 127 Dennis A. Elbe 126 Dixie M. Williams 127 Don Jones 127 Don S. Mayhew 127 Donald G. Kidwell 127 Donald K. McClanahan 127 Donald R. Wingfield 127 Donda Jo May 127 Donna J. McCoskey 127 Donna L. Dixon 127 Donna R. Harns 127 Donna S. Howell 127 ' T[Clu fO SJ2£0 S vizzeuto rooTt " . ' ■ itO. LooulO A I HS COOfi UJt rcH (fO O 50 £ Ol L. otffyj jr- Tf iK Anfo KILL co t ) vj , uas evr MjTH Ou ve . HAS Soft wHtre fu Hi iivffie j SA £ o js ti ui eesr )yof if fx op eourzr, Doris J. Gilbreath 127 Doris J. Rapp 128 Douglas A. Kelch 128 Edward Armenta 128 Eleanor L. Byers 128 Elisabeth M. Hinkle 128 Elizabeth F. O ' Hearn 128 Ella G. King 128 Elsa J. Branch 128 Ernest Terrazas 128 Esther Norton 128 Eugene P. Marquez 128 Eva L. Grant 128 Evelyn B. McKimmey 128 Felix D. Bejarano 128 Fernando R. Miera 128 Fidel Orona 128 140 Frank E. Rivera 129 Frank H. Kroening 129 Fred Allen 129 Gale Carter 129 Gale A. Cupp 129 Gary A. Fish 129 Gary R. Ashlock 129 Gary W. Wood 1 29 Gayle E. Hille 129 Gaylon K. O ' Dell 129 Gerald W. Monk 129 Ginger S. Allard 129 Glenn B. Carter 129 Glenn H Estes 129 Gliserio Rodriguez 129 Gloria J. Bodley 129 Harold Morgan 130 Harold W. Hopper 130 Harold W. Newell 130 Harry D. Readel 130 Hector E. Sabillon-Boden Henry A. Seal 130 Herbert A. Hall 130 Howard O. Norman 130 lla C. DeSmet 130 Jack F. Reynolds 130 Jack L. Bacastow 130 Jaime A. Luna 130 James D Maness 130 James E. Noble 130 James F, Walker 130 James H. Larkin 130 James D. Schaeter 131 James R. Delk 131 James W. Rowland 131 Janice E. Guidry 131 Jerry L. Copeland 131 Jim E. Reid 131 Jo A. Pine 131 Joan A. Bass 131 Joe H. Seskey 131 John C. Cloran 131 John Diehl 131 John R. Jacobs 131 John R. Papa 131 Johnnie Croley 131 Judy A. Donalson 131 Judy K. Dull 131 Julia J. Cutler 132 K. P Carter 132 Kamal J. Sanghani 132 Katharine A. Cline 132 Keith C. Manley 132 Kenneth W. Miller 132 Kern A. Berlin 132 Lawrence A. Ortega 132 Lawrence H. Griftin 132 Lawrence J. Ferns 132 Lawrence M. Keil 132 Leonard A. Carlson 132 Leroy Pacheco 132 A. Bruce 132 E, Rodriguez 132 J Potter 132 K. Cokor 133 L Johnson 133 M. Hight 133 130 Leslie Linda Linda Linda Linda Linda Lois D Loren D. Jondahl 133 Lorita W. Rinehart 133 Louann Morgan 133 Louis J. Corpening 133 Louisa F. Byrd 133 Ludy Ortega 133 Margaret R. Gordon 133 Marsha L. MacGibbon 133 Marsha R. George 133 Mary A. Grissom 133 Mary C. Sweetser 133 Mary K. Lee 133 Mary L. Menefee 134 Meredith L. Marble 134 Michael A. Martin 134 Michael J. Trujillo 134 Michael S. Curtis 134 Miguel Melendez 134 Miles G. Boucher 134 Nancy J. Bennett 134 Nancy J. Martinez 134 Nellie J. Miller 134 Nicholas J. Kakalec 134 Nora M. Nelson 134 Nora M. Ruiz 134 Olivia Armijo 134 Orphia J. Rogers 134 Pamela Creek 134 Pamela J. Harris 135 Patricia A Melick 135 Fielder 133 141 Patrick K. Kearny 135 Peggy R. Strebeck 135 Penny L. Putman 135 Peter L. Turbett 135 Phillip R. Gomez 135 Pulkur V. Rao 135 Ralph J. Austin 135 Randall T. Sabine 135 Randy M. Upham 135 Raul G. Salcido 135 Raymond A. Ward 135 Raymond T. West 136 Reta G. Cook 136 Rhett G. Putman 136 Ricardo E. Ortega 136 Richard A. Frustere 136 Richard L. Shaw 136 Richard M. McMillen 136 Richard W. Estes 136 Rita D. Vardell 136 C. Lydick 136 J. Rogers 136 Schmidt 136 DeLain 136 Dennis 136 Simanton 136 Satter 136 Lucero 137 Burch 137 •Robert Robert Robert Robert Robert Robert Robert Roberta E. Rodger G. J. L. L. L. W. Roger I. Bouffard 137 Ronald G. Colwell 137 Ronald J. Dominguez 137 Rosalinda S. Quintanar 137 Roxana M. Jansma 137 Santiago Davila 137 Shahia Larkin 137 Sharnelle D. Brower 137 Sharon K. Campbell 137 Sharon L. Walker 137 Sheila G. Hamrick 137 Shirley R. Upton 137 Stephen A. Hackenberry 137 Steven L. Miller 137 Steven M. Cokor 138 Suanne Pelk 138 Susan L. Miera 138 Teresa Romero 138 Terry D. Richardson 138 Dewing 138 Thais J Theresa Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas E. Baros 138 C. Nolan 138 C. Turney 138 E. Bergam 138 F. Stewart 138 H. Davis 138 Trezi Garvey 138 Veronica M. Lujan 138 Victor U. Garcia 138 Walter C. Haussamen 138 Wanda K. West 139 Willard F. Hemsing 139 William D. Humphrey 139 William D. Wall 139 William G. Baranowski 139 William J, Bass 139 William J. Longwill 139 William J. Walterscheid 139 William S. Wnght 139 William W, Dudley 139 Windell L. Gilliam 139 Yolande C. Brower 139 Raymond F. Andrews 135 Raymond G. Scheuerman 135 Raymond L. Hay 135 142 Organizations Index Accounting Students Association 13 Aggie Fall Rodeo 14 Aggie Rodeo Association 1 5 Ag and Home Ec Council 20 Alpha Gamma Rho 54, 55 Alpha Kappa Lambda 56, 57 Alpha Psi Omega 16 Alpha Zeta 7 American Home Ec Association 20 Angel Flight 41 Arnold Air Society 40 ASNMSU 4, 5 ASNMSU Senate 30, 31 AWS 6 Block and Bridle 18, 19 Blue Key 8 Cheerleaders 21 Chi Omega 43, 44, 45 Corps Statt 36 Counterguerillas 38 Delta Sigma Pi 24 Delta Zeta 46, 47 International Students Association 27 KRWG 68, 69 Las Campanas 1 1 Panhellenic 42 Pershing Rifles 37 Phi Gamma Nu 9 Phi Kappa Phi 12 Phi Kappa Tau 64, 65 Physical Education Majors 28 Physical Science Lab Janitors 26 Pi Beta Phi 48, 49 Playmakers 17 Pom Pom Girls 22, 23 Scabbard and Blade 39 Sigma Chi 62, 63 Spurs 10 Swastika 74, 75, 76, 77 Theta Chi 66, 67 Women ' s Intramurals Association 29 WRC I 32 WRC II and III 33, 34, 35 Zeta Tau Alpha 50, 51, 52, 53 143

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