New Mexico State University - Swastika Yearbook (Las Cruces, NM)

 - Class of 1974

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'L wif-in Jfy-" if . ,,Q-,guns nv". 4.1.1 ,N fiiml '15-f gf-1 Q-gli-.f:,1, , . V- v ' , in P it Attempting registration NMSU - Pan Am style "lf you can get through registration you can pass any course at this university" . . . hassle . . . lines . . . hassle . . . forms . . . and more forms . . . proiectors with closed classes . . . stairs . . . "Where do l go now?" . . . arrows and people point in all directions . . . crowds wait on the steps anxious to enter? Pre-registration tried for the first time . . . 5,000 stu- dents pre-registered . . . reserved their tickets ahead of time . . . "pre-registration served as a morale builder," said the registrar. "Yes I pre-registered but . . . "I had to change my classes," . . . "l chose the wrong section," . . . "My work schedule has changed since then," . . . and the traumas mount . . . more lines and tables . . . car reg- istration . . . housing . . . check packet tables . . . "After signing my name a hundred times and paying all my money . . . l am a tired registered NMSU student." Thomas and students picnic Meet the president over ice cream and watermelon l . . . Fernando Macias, ASNMSU President, and Thomas shake hands . . . laugh . . . Students feel free ll-we so .f + Q . . . easy atmosphere . . . converse with Thomas . . . ? .M w ig x alone or in groups . . . express feelings . . . share X 'e.k"" L 'H views . . . New people are met while serving ice cream ' 3- Ei. . . . and eating it . . . Thomas welcomes students . . . as a group to start a new year at NMSU. i i , H, I 'rx J My .Nu Axim A X. 2 'v T . -X '91 at 'filvjl' R -:I it 5 if X l . Ai -I X 3:5 fl s V H xl 5. 2 ff"5 lf' . 4...lL a iigfii .nl -Q rxl' U ,zsrmnxfng , 5 Q .x ,xxx ,xcy v,'-If-'qv w w f'i' 4 1 v -v"Q' i . ia-,su . . .vnu L sl ff. in.. ' sul .I , 'und , w'- 0 1 -iq ' I , I. 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QW Arr Force Band r- 5 UAS F? .il .,-:: an 'if Force Band Roller Derby hits NMSU thrills students with action Roller Derby teams . . . Midwest Pioneers and Los Angeles Thunderbirds slammed their way into Pan American Center . . . as Roller Derby came to NMSU . . . "A fast paced gang-fight on wheels" . . . A bar room brawl . . . fighting . . . iamming . . . deafening roar of the crowd . . . Belly Buster Earlene Brown enters the rink . . . fans "boo" the pioneer "Bad Guys" . . . cheers go to the "Good Guy," Thunder- birds . . . the terrorizing begins . . . eight painful plays pass . . . the crowd thrills and the Thunderbirds win 67-64. f fl ,silk .144 30- 'WX I 4,5 .4 M 41 51 if. ,, l I5 om T. Hall L it - , .--' Jazz, C and Vlb reflect Variety of concerts "World's Greatest Drummer" . . . Buddy Rich . . . Jazz . . . sounds vibrated through out Pan American Center . . . 16 piece . . . Buddy Rich Big Band . . . accompanied him . . . standing ovation after standing ovation followed the Rich sounds . . . Tom T. Hall . . . Country Western singer and writer . . . also performed for NMSU . . . he is called the "Story Teller of Country Music" . . . Johnny Rodriquez South Texas Country singer . . . ioined Hall in creating a mellow country mood. If l . li , r ,J lg .L L if I .1 , , i , g. l L ' l ' ic l M xx Q, . N.. D K 'V J- A 1 X . , 1 b L - . X f , I ,g, A plus Ags get painted show spirit, tradition Aggie Day . . . begins with publicity . . . posters to encourage the Aggie faithful . . . A show of spirit . .I . Atradition . . . Everyone is involved . . .freshmen . . . women . . . men . . . greeks . . . upperclassmen . . . all ioin in the 5 work? . . .fun . . . and spirit . . . .' '22-':?4 Everyone must get painted . . . with whitewash . . . whitewash and skin . . . whitewash and clothes . . . whitewash and hair . . . whitewash and water . . . Aggie beanies . . . Aggie T-shirts . . . Aggies . . . become white with lye . . . Lye burns . . . two girls are among those that discovered this . . . and so the police helped them . . . A group rinses off the lye under the water pipe . . . A whitewashed . . . but satisfied Aggie . . . feels content with the . . . revival of the A- Mountain. h 3' . ' 5 I f in ,CS it-I' ..qnvh4lQn1 Qu -:di - L J". .+,9m:H'1'- ' 1 A L.. . -,JL N.:-A' 1- W1 4. 2.5-,CY 4, "U 1 MLW gg TIM H", ,.-. 'ni :,,0,1 wulzrl.. 1 J ... 'rm ,nn '141, ,.,.- , - . ' .445 NA' - 1, P, 4144. ,' . - V, "JJ-'ff We ' 444.1 1 1 ,Ay -. ,f I 4, .Lv , ,, ,pn- ll?'17A,," A x F w A-V .1351 .1 , v fg--, .gr F:-vi: . .wp . X: ,- r, , ,' ' '.' -Rf 12' -1.. mga. ,- ,I , V. .'-., -4- F,-A ,-, . "Nqr . '-Vlfdirv, :gf Q 1 W l ' , , ,Q . 1 Q ,,' 74.1 N L: , .,,,,, ' I. N ly.. .1 Q, " KZ 4 1. ,'-Ffh 1, ...An ,, -fuhlqw 1 ' 4 rS"' .W 1 Intramural competition encompasses variety, sports, student spirit Intramurals . . . new P.E. complex . . . bigger . . . better . . . friendships . . . competition . . . helping other team members . . . sportsmanship . . . exciting action and spirit. Football . . . BBQ . . . volleyball . . . soccer . . 90 teams . . . basketball . . . 3-man basketball . . . tennis . . . pool . . . freethrow competition . . . hor- seshoes . . . wrestling . . . swim relays . . . flag foot- ball . . . table tennis . . . raquetball . . . cross coun- try. Co-rec competition . . . men and women on the same teams . . . working together . . . Dolphins . . . First Edition . . . Primo Warriors . . . Syndicate . . . Colfax Clans . . . Asprin Clouds . . . La Petie Squeek . . . Pigskin Panzies . . . MF's . . . SAE . . . Ovis Canadensis . . . Huckle Gruntie. Intramurals sports offered students many good times . . . new friends . . . and the feelings of victory and achievement. J91rI5Lf3f': '--'-'wifi - . k Q- 31, , .,. R ,JE 3 1 E XX ,VJ v ma 'u Tsar i . Na ' . - .- s- . Fail'-una. -lv 5 ngxfiiiyiii .W ., J- ..a .4 5"f""'Ql if-5. 47 Ocfaber features evenfs Mark U. 5. Navy Steele Caribbean in 1 . FE- 4 W P ,ff 'fn X.-, .-1,"', ' . H . ,N-1',.,l, 'J t'al,.s42,, gf," 'nfs' ,, H .-I .., N., , LW, 4. --,., 4.' . . lx' 2.1,-ffgy ',ik13jv- -A fda' - ' WHQ. '+w bW . 1 9 Yfftw flx P ' V '-,- lu b " M f X "-, m :pgs . 1 v K. .N , il'-1 1 , '- V tx- .3 yn 'QC 5' If J K a , ,dw 'wwf . - a-. Y ,wr-.U , , gf ,fr ui .- 4 Y f "' Q 4 if 4 f X M Q Sx J I--:Q 'f . my YL . gw 'L N., QL I4 , v D .,1 1 JS. xa ,A 5 Fi 5 p 'Tk A time fo give part of life 363 pints of blood . . . 363 peo- ple donated S9,075'of blood . . . NMSU's second blood drive . . . Donors received free blood insur- ance . . . a record album . . . a McDonald's coke . . . and "the feel- ing of having helped another human being." NMSU commemorated Veterans' Day . . . large ceremony on the horseshoe . . . salute helmets repre- senting veterans . . . from past wars. A.. ? .fe all i a aei , L v N, Mx X ax ljkfg--. ,rd h -... ,. if 1.5 lzg ""f'lftiuau .yacc Z In . -..:.::A-j?.::.:3Lg.':'.Lx b-.JLQQ :gl - , . -..--- -4...-- -, - -:isa-... is-.5,'.4.'I."' NMSU Rodeo Competition offers events Rodeo . . . cowboys . . . cow- girls . . . cowgotcha . . . spills . . .and thrills. NMSU intramural competition . . .featuring NMSU students. . . local high school seniors . . . all performing. . . "A hell of an ama- ture show." All maior events . . . bareback bronc riding . . . saddle bronc rid- ing . . . bullriding . . . "Scream . . . shout. . . hide your eyes . . . rodeo the sport of excitement." - .AL-1-f'4""' ,+aLi.1S"f A, V ,, 1 u 1 H' : T415 . xi -, 1 xa.. 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Door decorations fill the dorm patios . . . offices are brightened with mistletoe and holly . . . and rooms warmed by wishful fire- places . . . and little children tell their wishes to Santa Claus. Christmas . . . a real time for ioy . . . remembering family and friends . . . a time of hope and peace . . . a good way to end the semester. 'Q -.itz z A- -7 , 1- 0: ufueflff 4: an E- .1 ..- V ,.g.4f. Q 1 V.. ,. E I 1 I 1 3 I 1 1 s 1 5 I 1 1 I N 5 Q 3 N K w B I I f 1 1 '1 A HA -xi I :LMA -x EE?-Q' .4"v:fLiX5x jg-.. w' . I '?Ln4'.' .4 ,,,-,- . .J .1 r My VL.-5, .-.Q -I' ,,4,.,,,.., , ,. pn wa- . -11 --nk - up 1 . r J '14 X ' Y . 'X x N N , I 1--91'f1 4,l,fj' " . -Q' ' f -f - X '5' , T .1 ff' 15 , .,,:Lf' a -- ' 4 .. . , ,gn .34 , 4. . x., . ' e ' . y "s-"ii N , r V. .P Fw. it QQ 'i I ,,,,,r5"'ilt gg -. . 'Y ,, 1, ,mf .-- L, :Spb 'U'-'G' .' f , .Lf,, 1 1-. , kan-am -15112: fi N -5 Z3 H 4 4 ji 5 1 EF - I Fl fi fi J H -4 4 fi L3 ii 5.5 F. !i' J M U 3-.-' fu.-1,,l ! . . W. 1 Qrl-f.' 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"the comedy made the production" . . . students worked on makeup to create greek mood . . . and impressionistic design helped bring out modern antics . . . an uninhi- bited, adult entertainment. wife rl l -' -iwlf i'2"3,lG,ll! i , i pf.-Qffe if -- i- - . 1- ' ""-1 '?lu-1111 'ix l - L ' 2 ll . -"4rf-fCi'2l,f'+' ' ,iv .--7 ,Q 3,1 V Ht- 'MIQUVQU ' . 'x A if' - I As Q' g A. Engineers a ale, go 1 1 during day NMSU's engineers hold day . . . wagon race . . . grease pole competition. Grow beards . . . hold tug-a- war contest . . . and let out mathe- matical, engineering, frustrations . . . while others watch and enioy. at 1 - rex.:-'jtq ""' 'Je' 2126:- 1 Acfivifies Fill March I. , ii- . 0 . Q - 9 .Q - --,.. 'K 'H r,"X .fvvf .-K.: , N..v,.v - E..,.1 I i . - , .- -7. 5 ..-. - -A--, -"AL, , '.,-,Ar-'fx '.',. , .2 -, M -' -H--Q., , , J 1.2 ' '-.:f,- Y, 4 K . . f-- LA- V - 4.-Y-1,--" V Q I v A-B, , . : -j' N - .fv-- . 4' . ' , - , 'Q - , ' ,L X 3 .LN jA . L v " q. 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' x 'sa f A Q 19 , -X X mm I 8 73,2 9 4 4 1 Q Q " 'I ' ff ' 3 2 X, if F' , 1"l 1' I W lljsv 11' ,. 427:-J.-' " , V r ,- . in ' 1' 552- . my A , i Z ' 4 Chicanos celebrate week, events Chicano Week . . . highlighted by speakers . . . controversial speaker . . . Reyes Lopez Tiierina . . . author Rudolph Anaya. El Teatro . . . presented per- formances for week . . . mar- iaches entertained on Corbett Cen- ter lawn . . . Vikki Carr climaxed week. 'Tia 'tniftff' gui? is kg K , r if "QQ I' , s Y Y 1 w." 'xv- Nuxfvuk A X X ' :1 'Xi5'f xgi' :xl 1 . ay f L ' 1. f ,X- Di. ,,f L . -.Q ,,-L. tif' ,fx ff. ' . rl : -sx.x.7S - 42. ' fi! 5f '7,13-.g , if . ' 4 X .Y -- 'Cc 51 T ' 'K 1'2" f -ws--L" ,:, 15- 1. fl' if , , iv Qu ,- cjliu T-Uxlf'-L Jfll' . r,. 1 I, 5 5 -.. r-f lip- x- . V -H L.:, I 1 su. J ' fii ,NA Y, J. 'fvl ,,, , 'fx V I ' ull 4- ' fr ,fe I-, .K :EH . g f. 'il :K , '.. j ' A I' dr' I Sports endure Outdoors . . . indoors . . . in the water . . . sliding home or floating to a layup . . . men . . . women. Women attain a more prominent position in NMSU sports . . . Talent sprinkled everywhere but no team had a cupful. But there was fun ever present . . . outdoors . . .indoors . . .in the water . . . on the track . . u., 4 A f'3"' 1' H, 3: a I If nl!- V... .J 'wr Elections and blood drive held at NMSU ASNMSU politics . . . Students took time to vote in regular election and run-off . . . Tom Murray was elected as ASNMSU president. Students also took time to give blood . . . however turnout was smaller than expected . . . 267 donors. 1-Fife X in mi'-' L.. 5 April means Springtime X3 X 1-.XX fxijgz 'Q' v4,,...:-A" ww. L K ' k "Women in Motion " Women's Days . . . lectures . . . workshops . . . art shows . . . a dance . . . the theme "Women in Motion." Highlight . . . woman of achievement banquet. . .Lydia Luian . . . senior woman of achievement . . . Beth McComas community woman of achievement . . . Banquet speaker, Fredrick Storaska on rape prevention. A talk on "Nonverbal communi- cation" by Dr. Dorthy Shaffer . . . and Renee Patterson . . . black woman . . . Soft Touch an all woman band played for the dance. 20 33: f'f"N -K- , -fu. l -5 f-. i Q e 9 4 'r . I 1 1 v.. J T If 3 -: 5, 'fx .Wg t' 3 , . Q. fi - 9? Y ' H g.."43.-a--9-7" r Indians create awareness Native American Week . . . created varied activities . . .feelings . . . and spirit. Speakers . . . dancers . . . performers . . . and fry bread contests. Awareness of Indian problems was stressed. Clyde Bellecourt talked on Wounded Knee and the American Indian Movement. '7- I . 4 I -sg i 5 -1, it. 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Eid' 4-q,k': Mini World uni tes talent A melting pot of international talent . . . Mini World . . . Mexi- can dancing and rope twirling. Cultural entertainment . . . musical instruments native to the different countries. Wide participation between eth- nic groups . . . Arab students . . . African students . . . and a finale on the history of Blacks. g V'-ef xx' Y 1 1 L1 -If 'J' g.L-'mg-4 , ,L 32" Presidenfs concertp band performs NMSU's President presented thank you concert to area residents . . . using talents ofthe symphonic band and guest artist Rafael Mendez. Symphonic band has been back-up band for Bob Hope . . . Vikki Carr . . . Gladys Knight and the Pips. ?VK:If-'inf " ' 1'-li?-1. 1 ,Q sf, gui' ' " ' lv' fl ' "" gi, ' u 5 4 , . 1 .jzagyw 1,.x U1 '-"l 1 vu., ff - 1 , 'Z' - 'L' s . -4'-l.,"t-fl 8311, H X . Aww 'Rf ":4:Q'g4. 1-. f-..,,j,Q. 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F :til :il ..-az ,.:.ig.i 4- ' lui J E A .1...A " 'f ,,., A ,fir 1 A 'ah FWF' fi JW.-, , lm , , , , I 5 if 2 w.. X. 1: . G 8 L' w h . ,v 1 'H ,514 V , , U: . , if A W ' ,-14" V k A 'I .. N ' 5.5 ' nn 'N' ' -l M, , . f Q N x I " my 'S 1 ' 5 . 54595 JU? 'QQZ55' . Q. -Ei 1 a new beginning 14 -0, 1 Q 'u :Al - ' ... . , ' V125 f 'l1'J.Bn'ex K If bfqfitlzaqmrn' ll' f-fa' ' 'I . ' r V -7""73'x - - .fly 4' "wh ,q, . ' -4 qt? -'haif ' 4 4 V f '- . iff' fs lf Z Q r ,L . -: L.. c fl' R 1' 'W Administrators part of NMSU 1 ,ER W . '-li., "-te curv- , ,, i A ,qv '- i mi., di fliaim 1 - ' " r 7' front row - Dr. Gerald Thomas, presldenli Donald Roush, academic vice-president, Carl Hall, administration vice-president. 2nd row opmenlg Kay Hafen, vice-president for finance, Richard Pesqueira, vice-president of student affairs. 146 FF. .-T3v".. . .- Fr r"" Steele Jones, vice-president for d 'sf Medoff excels The prestigious national Guggenheim Fellowship and NMSU's Westhafer Award have all been presented to playwright Mark Medoff. Medoff, assistant English professor, according to drama critics, is the hottest commodity in New York the- aters. Medoff will take a leave of absence from NMSU to devote full time to writing. The Guggenheim includes 512,000 which will be used for his writing. "This is a prolific period of my writing life and I want to get as much out of my head as possible," Medoff said. Medoff's play, "When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?" is currently one of New York theater's "Gol- den Dozen," longest running plays in the city. Other plays that have won fame for the playwright include "The Wager," which ran in an off broadway theater, at the same time as "Red Ryder," another play "The Kramer" is included in "Playwrights for Tomor- row." Medoft plans to complete a play and a movie script, and re-open the "Wager." He also plans to research material for another play. Elder combats red tape "A short cut to administrative decisions, a place where the stu- dent won't get the run around," is how Peggy Elder, new assistant vice president for student affairs, views her position. Elder began her new post at NMSU this year. "There's a lot of cumbersome red tape between a university's administration and its students. A university tends to be bureaucratic, and some of that can be modified," Elder said. "I hope to be a real administrative person, closely associated with student organizations. That's what I really like to do." Her duties include working with student organizations, housing, programming and counseling. Elder is co-sponsor of Associated Women Students IAWSI. "I am excited about that. I would like to make the organization more activist, more relevant." "Women's organizations on U.S. campuses are having an iden- tity struggle," Elder said. "There is a questioh of whether the organization is there to give teas, or if it is there to deal with women's role in society. 'g' - M An area Elder sees a need in is student-administration communi- cation. "We want to help students in finding information. Too many times a student doesn't understand anything about how the univer- sity works, until he is overwhelmed by it," she said. Elder does not feel the student affairs office is the student's "caretaker." She would like to develop it with a more educational viewpoint. "Many times the student affairs office is sold short because nobody outside of the administration knows what we do or why," she said. "I love my work and that's a nice thing to be able to say. When I came I was optimistic about the iob and I am even more optimistic now." -.vi .-,ia , I XX x 'E' , . ...E V --- f ff l ' QTHM 4 u Hunt visits NMSU A geologist who wants to instill in his students "the art of appre- ciating the landscape" is NMSU's second visiting distinguished pro- fessor. Dr. Charles B. Hunt has been assigned to the earth sciences department. He has had over 20 years of experience and is a pro- fessor of geology at John's Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. To be a "helpful member of the faculty and to always be on call for NMSU" is how Hunt views his visit. The courses he is teaching include environmental geology and a class on the geomorphology of the United States. The class on geomorphology is a special seminar session that Hunt requested before coming to NMSU. The class meets every two weeks at his home. lt includes dinner and informal discussion. Hunt feels the informal education is very beneficial and plans to use this method. "lt is a lot more fun talking to a human being with a name and traits," he said. "I don't think you can hang a dollar sign on the informal atmosphere but learning becomes a lot more fun and I think that is part of the game." ln his class Hunt explained "everything today is environmental. lt's like being for motherhood. Geology is iust being fashionable. "You've got to get everybody into it," he said. "And that means all levels of government. We're going to have to get real tough. "What I will be giving my students is not solutions to the prob- lems but making them aware of their magnitude. "If you are a private citizen, you're going to have trouble solv- ing environmental problems. Even Uncle Sam has trouble solving them. But he is going to have to be pushed," Hunt concluded. Astromon y Dept. offers versatility Beginning with the discovery of Pluto and on to help with the Mariner Nine program, NMSU's astronomy department has become a versatile program offering research and information. The department has several research facilities. They include a stellar observatory at Blue Mesa, outside of the city limits, a planetary observatory on A-Mountain, and The Clyde Tombaugh Observatory on campus. These facilities are used for study and to keep histori- cal records. NMSU has the largest record of planetary movement in the world, according to Dr. Larry Reit- meyer, head of the department. This record is kept accurate by two full time observ- ers. The records include photographs of the stars and planets. These are used by students for research and are also requested by people around the world for study. The department's planetary director, Brad Smith, was the second television cameraman for the Mariner Nine space program. Another member of the department, although he retired last year, is Dr. Clyde Tombaugh. Tombaugh, the discoverer of Pluto, is still working on research at NMSU. Public information is also part of the department's work. Once a month a public night is held at the Tom- baugh Observatory. I M X -4' 2'-n Sun 's energy harnessed A house completely heated by solar energy is being planned by two NMSU engineering professors. Dr. Robert San Martin and Dr. Milan Cobble have been working on solar energy produced by solar collectors. They are perfecting a collector which is used to capture the sun's energy. Their work is located on the roof of Jett Hall where several large collectors are receiving the sun's radiation. The collectors look like large picture frames. They contain a thin glass-enclosed box, with insulation and pressed aluminum inside which contains water run- ning under it. The sun heats the water and this in turn is used to heat a coil which generates the energy. This process can be used for both heating and cooling, accord- ing to San Martin. One part of the process includes an auxiliary solar unit to store energy for cloudy days. A new State Department of Agriculture building at NMSU will be heated by this new process. "This building will be heated entirely by solar energy through utilizing 700,000 square feet of collectors on its roof," San Martin said. They are also working on a Solar Demonstration House. This house will be constructed specifically for maximum solar absorp- tion. The building will face south so as to receive the most sun. "lt will be fully integrated to operate for a long period efficiently," said San Martin. "The problem with homes today is that they are energy wasters, people have never before needed to save energy." -wi-"' 'f' I lf ' will -Nil hm li' M v' au at 'i'3l HL ll , . .xv I H JL! I .1 ,:'ice'1.f t:-.gas -' us..- i G -'...:'.- ., .,., " ' A 'iii ,, My . H X .,. L V v Q. 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X 85 U. 22 53 CO Zz F42 11 WARM cooL WATER WATER RETURN PUMP SOLAR HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEM I , 1111 BLOWER RETURN asf- . , .- gy , 153 Opportunities opening for handicapped students The possibility for a handicapped student to receive a college education has improved and NMSU is among the top four universities offering facilities accessible for the handicapped. One of the largest proiects available at NMSU is a pair of quadraplegic rooms built in Regents Row. The rooms were built specifically for use by the handicap- ped. The rooms have special doors, bathrooms and showers. NMSU has also built more ramps to help students on wheel chairs to maneuver on campus. ASNMSU pur- chased a braille typewriter for the blind students. There are still many problems hampering the handi- capped at NMSU. For example, there are six inaccessi- ble buildings on campus. Many of these buildings cause handicapped students large problems. "I had to take my math test in the lobby because I could not get into any of the rooms which are either upstairs or down- stairs," explained one of the handicapped students. There are many things that a normal person does not realize are inconvenient to the handicapped such as the height of water fountains and the width of doors. Most of the improvements that need to be made at NMSU are on old buildings. When they were built the possibility of handicapped students at a university was very small. All new buildings on campus must fill certain regula- tions to accommodate the handicapped, according to the Physical Plant. 3. , .J .n' - .,. -l ', ,,,-,u '-iv ' A .. I 1 ,.:54:"4',' , M' x1f'x 'BENQ 1313 , Av? 56 New Buildings end wanderings NMSU students will find their classes less scatteredp three new buildings have been built in the art and physi- cal education departments and in the Arts and Sciences College. The modernistic central classroom building for arts and science classes is located in the center of campus. Most of the arts and sciences classes have always been spread across campus. The art department also ended its years of wandering as it turned Williams Gym into its new home. The remodeled building offers a gallery as well as class- room space for art students and faculty. This gym had been one of the seven scattered build- ings housing the P.E. department until the construction of the New P.E. Complex. The department is now located in three facilities, Rentfrow Gym, the Natato- rium, and the new complex. This has pulled the department together since it had been housed in 14 offices around campus. IF: ,if ' i ,V-fr' 'T la X. V ,-f ' ll' ' A 1 41: 11 19151: 1-.1- uf, 1-: 1 IN 1 ., 1, ,11- 1.,1-N 5 1, "'1'11 s ' ' " 1 L .1 ..--, ' "1 '1 1' 'r 1 -,1 +1 Y.. 1 I .Hn .Y-1 ,M Wav.-' 1 , w ,.1 ,Kfv .g,-, 1 Ji., 1m'1 157 Ed students try out jobs "A chance to try out your career and still be under a qualified professional," wqs Dr. Don Reece's descrip- tion of student teaching. NMSU students can choose to student teach in three school districts. They include Carlsbad, Farmington, and Las Cruces. "This gives the students a choice of where they want to do their student teaching," said Reece. "Another rea- son is that recruiters feel it gives commitment when a student has to leave the campus to student teach. It makes him become immersed in what he is doing." Student teaching is a preparation for teaching but an education maior'alsa must be prepared to student teach, according to Reece. NMSU offers many classes in field work. "Before a student begins student teaching he must have a heavy amount of field experience." "Even the first part of his student teaching is used as final preparation," Reece said. The students study their own techniques by being videotaped four or five times. "They are able to see their strengths and weaknesses." They also work on audio-visual material to help in their teaching techni- ques. "Anything that can help in their teaching will be worked on before they take over a class." After several days of observing the classes the stu- dent will be teaching, they begin full time teaching. "lt puts them in a good situation where they can question and learn," Reece said. "lt is a situation of give and take with the other teacher. This program also gives constant feedback," concluded Reece. .. i, ul 4? -lx' vm an - ,-ff -- if ,mg M-A F M, ggihn., V J.- A A QQ.-q4P'4f15, x V m 5 R. 159 Satellites speak to PSL Tracking satellites is daily work for NMSU Co-op students at the Physical Science Laboratory. The students are trained to work with specialized equipment which receives signals from the satellites. Antennas and preamplifiers pro- trude from the PSL roof, where sig- nals are received from seven orbit- ing satellites. NMSU's station is the most active of three stations throughout the world. Students work on six month work phases at PSL. Their work training begins on handtools, soldering electronic components and learning the fundamentals of electronics. They are then introduced into actual satellite tracking and work with experienced students on com- puters and other tracking equip- ment. When training is complete, a stu- dent takes his work phase at one of the worldwide stations. "Most of the students complete three work phases and are able to put them- selves through school," one of the PSL engineers said. "The experience is invaluable and a great opportunity for travel," he said. The maiority of the students are engineering, physics, or math majors. Their work includes scientific study of the world's polar motion, continental shift and positioning students through the satellite tracking. The data is used by various corpora- tions for such purposes as naviga- tion and off-shore exploration. Once this information is received it is transmitted to a computer in the eastern United States which ana- lyzes precise information on the orbits of the satellites. ... T t-"3 l'7i.1-N Q,-QFTLTVJ ,, ' 3 V I UI-v In- -a,- z.,.s A l 'O 0 'Q 1" CI Oo 'Uf' s .1 ' n o:. '. o ,' A o', a -,,., ,w vs' Y x mu lun" Q ,Q Q' , . B qagsfx. 494' W an 0' 1' s' U L .ag 'Q a..',n',l .o..O' ' ' 0' 'Is .0 ' n, 0 'a o 0, s..o.,.s 3 a,01, v, -4, CL1N' T ON P. AfN DE'RgS! 2 1 !' W1 Q- , -..X K-. - Jedi' 'ul :JJ ,P 1' 1 ' . . Ik. ffm LQQQW f 1 , iff , , .-- ,,.,., 1 "1 X. HJ.. . . .. . -, '..,. .,..,,,.-1 , . . , .., .. ,. ,. ..,, , . . .' .-'.-' -.--:. V 0 l U D' '-'I""Y w . ... ,- ,v 7.3, . ,..,. ,... .... x,-,, .. . , . ,.. ,fm , 1 -',-' .-1. . -.'.w. 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' -4-b sis' ,- ian ui -f ,J - , ' WTI' 52-1' '- V . ,J itiiiix . :f '- +A -A 'r A7 Students ' fishing helps water population A 60 pound carp, an average catch of 40 fish per day, this isn't a whopper story it is part of the NMSU fishery research. NMSU's fishery department is tagging and weighing fish in Elephant Butte Reservoir. Teri King, and Gary Herr, graduate students are working on the proiect. They go to the reservoir every weekend to keep an accurate record of the fish popula- tion. They set up an average of five nets across the water. The nets are about 150 feet long. The mesh in the nets varies from four inches to six inches wide, so different size fish can be caught. Most of the predatory, or rough fish that are entan gled in the nets are taken out of the eco-system and destroyed. A few of these fish are tagged with color coded tags to identify which area of the lake they were caught. This helps them estimate the population and movement of the fish lf game fish are caught in the nets they are weighed and thrown back into the water. This helps them see if the removal of rough fish helps the game fish popula tion. The netting research has aided other fishery research An example is research on fish parasites and fish bait -we uag.. . . -Q-any , I L Q -R' " U X 'in - Q 1 J . , -L-QL Ig ' an-.fp "" X X X xxxx XX . "'..- rs gn f J . W l if-m'wVn nxt .f X EE 's use MRF in experiments Over S300,000 worth of equip- ment is housed on the roof of Thomas-Brown Hall. "This is the Microwave Research Facility lMRFl. The antennas are used to measure microwaves," according to Keith Carver, associ- ate professor of electrical engineer- ing, in charge of MRF. "The maior goal of the MRF is to train students and prepare them for future jobs in the communications industry." said Carver. Graduate students may also use MRF for spe- cialized research. "The anechoic chamber is one of the most interesting areas of MRF" Carver said. It is used to simulate space environment. It consists of wedges of special material to pre- vent the bouncing of waves. Anthropologists build Mogollon cente New Mexico, 1000 B.C.: this was the time and place for the Mogollon Man, and the seventies is the decade for compiling a research center on this ancient civiliza- tion. NMSU's anthropology department is working on set- ting up this center. A part of the center will include library on all research papers done on the Mogollon. "lt has been a hassle because of the expense and it's been hard finding the papers," Stan Bussey, assistant anthro- pology professor, explained. "NMSU is in the center of the Mogollon area and we would like to make the anthropology department a clearing house for studies on the Mogollon Man," s Brad Blake, head of the anthropology department. "Many times when someone from outside the st decides to do research on the Mogollon, they have start from the beginning and re-research many fa because they didn't know any work had been done continued Blake. Another part of the center will be a collection of a facts which deal with these early men. Most of these artifacts will be collected from excav ing sites. NMSU's anthropology department has been workin on these sites on weekends and during the summer. They are working in the museum on these artifact This includes one of the anthropology classes on mu! cology. They are learning how to piece together par of broken pottery. "They are also working on re-nur bering parts of the collection," Toni Murphy, curatc said. Students are working on displaying artifacts. "Museums are very necessary for the students work in because they offer more of a practical instead of the student iust learning the theory," cluded Murphy. 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"The goal of the program is not to make expert avia- tors out of the students but to give them experience," Larry Confer, a flight instructor said. "We present them with a challenge. They're rushed in and then we rush them out. They've got to stay on the baIl." The class includes 35 hours of actual flight and ground school training. "The class is more of an evaluation type to see if they will make good aviators in the services." One of the side benefits of the program is that they can receive their pilots license. "lt's a great way to receive complete, good instruc- tion. Many of these guys might not have otherwise got- ten their license. "lt is fantastic to know how to fly and it is really nice to know how with this 55 mile speed limit because you can get there much faster in a plane," Confer said. "A small airplane gets better mileage than a car because you fly there straight instead of going all squiggly. And plane fuel is not that expensive." F-zfififit. , 'r-.gf jf.. js! gn . Z1 :ul ff-T A viii s iffy? 4, Il li' v I Jp- , A... 1-1- ,4 ,,,. ,..,---'L Y. , 41 Q-Q -ing-X 1-?,kn -X., ,- :Ly Q.: Home Economics tries to help low-income children What affect does a child's environment have on him in pre-school? This is one of the questions Dr. Merc- eedes Hoskins, home economics professor is studying. She is working with a group of 72 pre-school chil- dren. "We want to know how they develop intellectu- ally, physically, and socially and see if there is a way to lessen any detrimental effects because of income." Hos- kins said. The Children are divided into three groups. The first two groups are composed of low-income students. One of these groups will receive help from a home econom- ics consultant. The third group is made up of children from midd income families. "We are really working with the mothers on the c of these children and giving the mothers more cog dence and encouragement," Hoskins said. The proiect will last for three years. "In that time x should be able to have recorded data on their devel ment." They test at regular intervals for physid growth, by checking height and weight. They also ha medical checkups for the children. "We try to help the in any way we can in their development." XX , X. ' U 'tgiwn My W . s I QI 0 V ' - gl Uillt ' 'Clic X 'a Nfihu. ' s 'lou ' . - ' 'tjq J, 'In ' H ' 'fowgggl - af . , ll .V .:,:p1l:'.7-'I' Rt ' ' 'sa' ' - e':5m--N ' , gk1Qi'!.'L'::: . h i.. A ' , .5 ftifiififrx y . -v. -' . .5 . '.J-:ff 337562-7-:-, A' n.,03:.s'.',',-.A . : P, 1: f::i.., 'f KU t may H 1 ...V .5 6 I iv ' 4 rl .... 4-fel 'fl t ......-.-.- ..-.11 -- - E ..T..... 1: V.- 9 .- . 3 feet --11 7 11 --an ---9 I .?9yI' at Q""r 'vi ---2 --1 ---5 -- 5 ---4 --3 --1 --1 .-zieet --m --9 ---2 ---1 --s --5 -4 --3 - 1 ...... 1 -1 fwf - 11 --10 --9 --s -1 -s "LS --4 -3 ith 2 -............- 6 ': ,- . V4 CN, V-A o q D 9 Ra gs 'fri Horf farm produces fruit "We have apples, peaches, plums, grapes, lettuce, and tomatoes," sounds like a grocery store, but it was Dr. Fred Widmoyer of NMSU's horticulture department describing NMSU's horticulture farm. The farm is located west of the university and is a NMSU experiment station. Many of the horticulture experiments are conducted at the farm. An apple orchard is located at the farm. It helps fund the student horticulture forum in the fall with its apple sales. "One of our biggest proiects is the building of a poly- ethylene greenhouse." Widmoyer said. "The house is being completely constructed by the class. Polyethylene plastic has proven to be one of the best and cheapest methods for greenhouses." said Widmoyer. "The abundance of sunshine in New Mexico makes it very logical for us to be building more greenhouses." Widmoyer said. fm I x. as M, u -. in X 01 .3 Tf A if-El .- ...,w,, , p 4. 5'- :. 1' ,Hz I',t4Hl'g .Q A ,..-: .gr M. -5. .- M, gh: ff .-' .sd -.qw 11' 1 'Y N: 'V . . I , 4 " . at' 5.34 -f v N X' fl f55ffi'7'f f,Q'P -if 'Wifi' 7' ' M uiiw' - '9- H1 as M '54 " 'QL If 'L .QL -D Q g 1' , 3. fl-Y 1. Speech: Entertainment and help A multitude of talents and spe- cializations makes NMSU's speech department able not only to enter- tain audiences but also to aid young children with speech defects. Entertainment for audiences is provided by NMSU's Readers' The- ater. "lt is a very free type of theater and provides for a lot of creativity," one of the members said. The part of Readers' Theater that generates the most creativity is its ability to be adapted to any type of literature. Scripts are chosen from short stories, poetry, folk tales, and even iournalistic accounts. "The audience's ability to imag- ine becomes very important because most of the costumes and settings are merely suggested. "lt is a theater of the mind. We try to create an image by interpret- ing the material for the audience's own mental images," Dr. Isabel Crouch Readers' Theater director said. "A large maiority of the per- formance is vocal interpretation." This takes a lot of voice control and ability. "Speech is not a God-given gift," James C. Moore of the speech department said. Many people have speech defects and have very little control over their voice. To help these people is the goal of speech pathology. NMSU's pathology students are able to work on these problems not only in theory but in practicum. This practice is available in the speech and hearing center. They offer help for students and the com- munity. Q JA- i i M. :xx 419, mum' I g."3., ,om lv. 3.12 xg 'C 5' C 'S ef Z 4 ' 3' 1 Q fl YQ sv if 3.1-1- -J AUDlD'L x X . ,, - X, 1, N fb. 'G n 5 X, -' R ' .f ,I "V", ,YV X.: N V NX-1' 'gk f .. , QA Xb. I, -1.3 '41 Nliuwf ' A' X I-I ,' uv! L J. A ,X ,iw . W , ,, 4 T . .1 ' I 1" , 1 I 4 1 , fi?" 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'if 'L ' fail?-Jw 41143: , 'frail-M.5,r:f:,1'?..iegv15's'g'-wuz ' , ' . f,:..--2f-'- -.Q --Q ---f : -mg-x ., "F-fix-,,, .lg gf' .Q 125 f ggf"p5X.,wg'w, Qfg,,fif3 ' 25' 4 'L' 133' Q F' "5"x:?f3LR1.q"iQ4a .-1: F- f 42- ' w' ' 1' 1 S :im jg 2: 'A . -1, .:- '. .4 .,g1', ' , n ' 'Tn if 5 "gff.ff'3f'5L3ff4 ,,,,f?'gif 'L .1 ',fvUZ,45?g.g'LfAJifkf6'f?f -Saw 42' vw 33,'w,if,m ,A3.1Q.c Q ' 'Ln ,Wg . .M Qflfz A x aw W . fn- .J A, 1 ,rw I ff 4 Billion dollar industry needs more agriculturis Agriculture is American's billion dollar industry and NMSU's College of Agriculture and Home Economics is supplying many of the agriculturists that will be working in that industry throughout the nation. The college has three large programs to promote agriculture. "Training the students to work in all fields of agriculture, and research, and extension work. All of these fields involve all of the people in our college," Dean Phillip Leyendecker said. "0ur students come first, but we have been able to very well keep all parts of our program working well together," he added. Much of their research coordinates with their exten- sion work. "Extension is where we are able to help and work with the consumers. It keeps us in close contact with all the people in the state," Leyendecker l X if .1 I explained. "The state is our campus." The college has experiment stations throughout state to help them achieve thorough research proiects This extensive amount of research enables them reach many areas of agriculture. "Agriculture de with things that we all need all the time, food, fiber, f est, air, water, land, and family living, and commun strength," Leyendecker said. The goal of the college's teaching program is "meet the students needs, in any way we can." "Allowing for more iob options with many of classes," is one of their goals Leyendecker pointed o "The general public is satisfied with our graduates, a as long as they are we feel that our curriculum is its iob," Leyendecker concluded. , -.-xr" -1, - T . ' ' . . .',-'-Tr. - . rl jf ,. . 1 0 Y .f I W, - ,Tn Z. nec, - -T -L. ,V if T 's A ' A griculfure and Home Economics C allege Eddie Alford Jr. Nx I A Eduardo Baeza 1 ,v 11 ' i U r w ., v W 1 I II I I 5 , xi 3, Ahmed Alti Ramon G. Alvarez ' kr uv fi v 1 'Q Alvesa H. Ballschmidt Robert R. Bird --A f-Tzrfl 4 ,-.kg 5 - .- .44 """"'-' FF ,fn-' .,. 11- .:-V-zfyflihn -.P . . Y 1, -wgg... -, ..,, 4'..,- .w.Jl.,L- gi., . f 'A-a.,5j:. :ir-'l.'jA.:,1,4'-sag-. ,,..5. ji., W . rw' ' . ia T. - .'3'u....-,E L ,-:Ty . .. J . X .i Y. Y Q X, Ll A 'ff' f A A 'F V. 23- . 'ff Q' 4. " -.., l-S. 1. " 1'.,li ' xi, " I' " iq - X . . 50,34 --?,:.,- --:UP-,H A .1 a ' ' . , 4 f 2 - sh- ' - .- ,-, -.,.. K- William P. Anderson Angela M. Blissenbach .--Af, -- - ..- 4'..' "gba -. , . - . ,f' ELQ'E"11. QV' 4 .. 4,- A -n?959'fC"i' ' ,.l,p3f1L.:-, ' W.. -' T23 L: "'f,'. . , A' ...J-i:,f . . ,- J, i,..','- 2- lr J . i :-rr.w1i-five! 7-663195 ' .KT ig5,1-4-:'.T::i.71i7T ,'v Tzfv-xjiu' ' ' ' f'n4i'J,5g..J Q1-g'Lg7I41':?1".",'L', .- H A. Y V' 1f.,.L.sva-:- J: ' . afar- ..- W' ---..-....,.r.v- ,--1-. Q-v, .1 J' 'T , 1 1 w r., ,yr s ,LL . .UH 'M v ' - -Y. '1' ' igLfL-1 T' ll 1 XJ ,-X V, I x 5' .,. -ur .iff f"Yf7l .1 L ' ' . 1 'H 'Q-"-'U iv-v 1, 1. 1 H-warn 1, ffrvlf. .- ,:-ww1gf4...f:cFIf. f M i X i 54 John Blueyes .l Elizabeth Carroll Carolyn Decker Benlamm Gardner -' w-.- Y, N x 1 I, is' -' xi Q -. ',- -, ,gf ' M 1 ' i ay i C C M , . , i , all Leroy B. Bruce Larry M. Curtis Patti A. Dunn Skip Finley Beniamin Frontierro , l Michael Hatch Alvin Homer Michael R. Hughes ., V' 'U' Julane James ::' X, 11 1,1 il' ' V P . , . n 1 Dahiru Musa Leslie Obert John W. Owens V -' S S-Q, r----,-:L YW . fy. ., 5-,.4f:,g 'L 4-.nq.,- Sousan Sarikhani ee A ' 1 1-.- Marvin L. Stanley - - vt' Trudi Stephan 5 1..,.,,,F.g,..T- .. . II"-Xlay' -. ,qw . :JD I " V, h 1....,df h Bruce T. Stout I John S. Sweetser A MOVED K. Sweefser . I F h . : ' 22' Y Debra S..Thomas David J. West C I . N Thomas M. White Adamu Zakari Umaru Zombu Students interests met by Arts and Science The College of Arts and Sciences handles a large div- ersity of interests and fields. Dean Thomas Gale feels they are able to "not only meet the needs of these interests, but we are research- ing some programs to allow people to expand in their own individualistic interests." A Bachelors of Individualized Study lBlSl degree is beginning its first year. "lt is a program in which you can adopt your classes to your interests." BIS lets the student choose any classes he feels can help him. They meet with a special adviser and "iustifies the classes he will be taking," Gale explained. "This gives a mature student with special interest an opportunity to take a variety of classes," Gale sai There are 25 students enrolled in this degree program. Arts and Sciences also is sponsoring over a milli dollars of research proiects in their various depa ments. "lt involves people working for their doctorat faculty members keeping current, and also stude involvement," Harold Daw, director of the resear committee, said. Another committee which is active is the College C riculum Committee. They are working on new hon programs, and a possible liberal arts degree. "Advising students is another area that we are wor ing on," Gale said. An Arts and Sciences Advising Ce ter was set up last year, and has been quite success Gale says. "This program has been very helpful to e eryone." . 2UaaP,41w Sars! "9 ' me 53532 ' na. :gs cuff? nf 5. 1 I., ir' , . N, ' 1 1. 'SKA f - -, . 'x -- -A ' A e. , . 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A, 7 ,:q','g ,As iffy , Wvgfuw Yvonne Torrez Vivian Triller David V. Walters Mike Walz -f ff' l'f r ' F'ff"ii7tW?'-FY' iw +1 45-X Roberta VonSchleicher Kathy Wahlquist Richard Wilborn Hence Williams Jr. Donald Woods Margarifo Wranga i 1- . ' ' H! J, vb .. ' l , ffm I- ' 5 1 A W' . '1 fi,,'fj'f!I' 5 , l 1 L V , " 1' , A- ' 'l' R, .W ff' Tel li r N 2- ,. J -x, '.., 'Q I 11- li J: , . ' , ,' ., I , ll' V- J- 'gl 'Qi .-ff"-XX. N' - 2- 5 ft.. R"'1-'gfj - X ,F 'l-"QM, 'pl ' Ml' 'll , V'-fp E13 H 'W if 'f .ar:1l42f,fw WN .w r K-' """'??FP'?J' V ' , ' .l - i I' Hlll' ' 1' lf' -WX: K' L:"' X' VV'- l 5'Tf'-'f'g4-vm, I a KL, su4',,',!.1ff Ei W ' 1,1 ,LY gl-5,f4kt,: -,L 1 ., 41f,'uf'lfu. x' l 'walmfl-fi'. -.fi.g'1jlf'4.fflQ:.si'g', ..-e.. , -1 i , ' 'Milf fwullhl . A '1'll17l:l1'l-l"lll.'fl?5"l-l.'iiz.- J , ,' N. h .TQ 1w,:t.:Lf'A'w,m, Terry Wyrick William Yallalee I ,J 3 1 ,Q Q, 'ff' - 1 ,yr .I . -9, .Ii --'if I 5'lfg!-'X-if ,- . 7,-'aj,.m',,"- 'W , "5-A in I gif-5, n W ,aa ' ' - . '- ,v T." nf ' 4318 4 lub' v-,4 I, ' ' .. fa'-. ' .',1.. 4 'qw . 1, -A.- 1 -- K. Yr y ,V . l 's-:Isis - 1 ,-N -.QI -.,.--.fnflk - , l' . l if ' Great strides" made by B and Econ Colleg New Mexico's only approved business college, NMSU's College of Business Economics has made "great strides" since being approved in the spring of l 973, according to Dean Bryce Brisbin. One of the biggest steps is the approval of their research center by the Association for University Busi- ness and Economics Research lAUBERi. The center helps the college in research proiects. They will be able to use resources from other AUBER centersthroughout the nation. "This will give us a great deal of exchange of inform- ation which is very helpful in working with research pro- iects particularly of a regional nature," James Zwerne- man, associate director ofthe center said. --.ma , g The college also received approval from the Am can Assembly of Collegiate Professionals for Busin Administration on possible curriculum changes, acco ing to Brisbin. Our plans are to make curriculum more flexible, give students a broader choice. This will be a change the students. There will be few restrictions. And it l students choose towards their interests," Brisbin said. An advising center is in the planning stages. T plan to use students to help with the advisement. center will be for anyone who needs help. "We have tried this in the summer and it seemed work out well. We received many good indications fr students on this program." L Business Economics College -- -g-'ef - -31f- ,, , Filomeno Apodaca James Braswell vr'f " ' l 8 1 E 5 Vernard Combs V l l I I ljilllgei' Beth Dallas Randall Ashbough .gl-. -- eu N Gerald Breidigan l 0 .l 'l ll Martin Compton Susan Dawson Thomas Baness Reymundo Bernal Boyd A. Burchard Robert M. Burnett K-al David Cooksey Linda Cohrill Lynna Farrar Grant Fosier T,,.,i -ew -K. K .-- gt-E+! ,-it .T X C117 Randolph Geck Shirley Gibbs Leta Grooms Charlene Hayes sal? Evans Jackson lll Sylvia Jaramillo .A-Fel -T! 3:1 '7 1' Nl F Jesus Lopez Stephen Lopez tl ' Gilbert Gonzales Michael Griialva V?" . Robert Haynes Janet Irwin Gzsiww v 'A "2 'T wiv? -TYHHFLT 'vi Carl Kight Patfica King ' ' Margaret Martinez William McCabe 195 , ,zi' - l pr-f . ' tflfvrrr A ,l X lil . - 1 .4 ,MA I - - -I . , " mi' Q ill ,A " .I -,,- ' i i ' 'll . 1 ' 1 -, .f Xl, ' 4 3 . ' W V MJSE R . .lu I I ' n s , 1 .5 I , . l l Larry Milleville Carl Morley J """ ' W ' ' - , v- , . -Y-FYTZ7-A , TNT- 7-7 , ,Lili H.: . if IL I L ., 3 . 1 r . 1 v V Q - ' J5 .Q 323 , ' f ,. JIM? 11 P ' ,J ' . . . Je uf ,l. Richard Northrup Gloria Owens A. , -z i:.,-.C 1 I '..".l"' f 1 '. l--'Wil " 5.1: -. "V-'lb' 'nv .infill -J. 731'-Y, ll, , Q. ,j-- - l1",.-egg, -ggi, .g-.-,,-,q , 'jp i. .-L,--.nn ef--r ' ' V gf. 1 A y' ,' " rftlif' LL "' T A ,'.-'Zv,+j'1,i-7 KM'-",, ,hir-F 1- ' - M..-f -'gr' 1 - 1:--iltli-ff -4 !T5lw.,,:4 ,gi ,hm . 1 ,nf -f"fl':-T H? ll mf-. I. 'j' " ""I' l r :X A I' James Morris Stephen Nill Y la F I . Nino Pratz Roberto Rios , V nl. , Y L , . B f- Y . ll 5, "' Q., 5154 . . .-, - ,rl z l, l Philip Rocha N 4 X Michael Rodke -gy-p-ga:-ar l sl ' gn l'1.nv! an ' 15',l'? I " un- ' - ' f 15-fi' "' ' 'ZW13-5-. 'A.dnv"'F- '..n'.-feb Alice Salcido Debra Sharp Cheryl Strickland Danny Taylor A Q 'CLI' Charloffe Turner Yi? Robert Underwood Q Jo Ann Valdez More and more teachers needed says Saunder "The rumor that no more teachers are needed is false," Jack Saunders, Dean of NMSU's College of Education said. "Good teachers are needed more and more every day." The obiective of the college is to provide these future teachers with a solid background as professionals. "lt is probably the main reason why we place approximately 90 to 95 percent of our students," he said. The college is also serving the need for more teachers in the bilingual, special, and exceptional education fields. It is important for an educator to be well versed in all areas of education. "They must understand the feelings, etc. . . . of small towns as well as cities." Practical experience is also provided by the colle to help a student teach more effectively when th graduate. They receive on-the-iob training throu several programs offered at the college. Cooperative education is one of the larger progra l' I offered. Students work for one semester at one of tr Las Cruces schools, and attend classes the next sem ter at the university. "It helps give you a better understanding, and kno edge of people, and teaching," Kathy De Mersseman student on the program said. Another program is the observation of other teach techniques. The student is required to observe teach in different classroom situations in O'Donnell Hall o any of the Las Cruces schools. IJ- . T. -'.' " 1 . "l, I 1' ""5i .N --. Education 9 College M 'au .1-F f?-'d ..4' ,Za 1 L. 'I 'L H14-4 G9 X "-X t 5 ' ' . -WQQV 51' - 'FTJFQF :Q-A F1 L 'Q XY' il ix A .I .' ' ld 1 5' -, A+ .1-A I X . 1 . v ' ' . qt' ,f.fTrJ!:54l Zfif'-" -... -1-' 55? .lf-fl '. ",?'Qkf: . 5 ' -f .-xr ' Y 3 L ' -1,5 ' ,F ,- ' "LA , -: , Q - A 199 Rachel Alvarez lf L l, l w v A V. x -f ' . 'Tie -,,gfi,' Elmyra Butler XX'-. Xp. XX . N x W l1,, x 2 r XX E f'?",, Mr.: Ea Q I - 1 ly. 'ii I L Q Viola Armiio Carolyn Caldwell Alma Arzola Joseph Clark Deborah Barba Helen Coherman -34.3 'if Tom Culbertson Stanlie Decker -' ,as I be-,IN Martha Diaz Debbie Doebke Melinda Dooley Michael Draper Jeanne Elliot? Warren Essary Deborah Frizzell Diana Galla Genevieve Gomez Diane Hanson Mykel Hifselberger Eduardo Holguin Janette Houser Susan Kiser Janifer Llewelyn Sherry Lopez 02 is lx, ,A is ., hy, Paulo Oakes NGUCY Pflonz David Pratt X , :VT Mariana Madero Sandra Marquez Ann Miller Mary-Jo Robinson 'W'?t'1 Roman Rodriquez Paula Roundy Eva Sanchez Jiffy Robin Scott . -nllii'-.'. . -min Judy Smyth YZ7' Elizabeth Stout Lydia Truiillo Pamela Wheeldon - v Faith Schoen The world needs more engineers says Bromllo "What we are striving for this year is recruitment of more engineering students," Dean Frank Bromilow of the Engineering College said. "lf more people knew what engineering really is, what it involves and what it does, maybe there would be a sudden iump in the number of students," Bromilow continued. The program for recruiting is being assisted by the student Engineers' Council. They are focussing on high schools and iunior colleges around the state. "Emphasis on the truth about engineering," Bromilow explained, will be their main goal in their recruitment. An increase of five percent in enrollment was accom- plished last year. "We hope to raise the increase to at least ten percent this school year. The college appears to run more efficiently with a slightly larger size." A larger enrollment would pave the way for the new II - H f 3 IIII l 4 :Z-" " 5 K 1 s 4 2 2 5 s , 1 'S 4 , E s 4 , 1 E : : 5 , E' E E E : : E Hlll Mi XKXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXV 2 5 , : E 5 , , , , : E : , 5 E 4 E ' H1 SKXRNXXKXW College xl ll K, 5 E 1 Engineering F HEY E QnkE.!iii I EIMS! nm 'IS "4 06 7 , l . P Va ,' . 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I 0 Qi Chris Gilbert, Tommy Garcia - executive council 23i X4 'W I' ' -' 515 I ff", 1firf-, fn ASNMSU Senate 2? V-I-,,.-fx v W1 31 aa iff 2 +f - 4 IT ,-,,y1 ff' 1. , f I 1 F 0 1 ' ' ' , 1 K f ' A n Q-us. 1 'f""-Fviyui ,X s -..,5+- ,. M, .wx - Jackie Sedillo, executive staff, Becky Stuart, reporter: Beth Hellwig, Executive vice presidenty Donna educational vice presidentg Lyda Crooks. treasurer: Chris Chavez, presidentg Norma Jo Weatherly, secre Y... W, ,t X Y . -. W..-wr, . "X ' . V w. . 2 I - i V: H i , . . if ti f QI :S A if X , 'lt fl' , 0 ,I 0 ssoclafed Women medley, mws Comm. - S n 1 ,r A griculfure and Home Economics Council 1 -. 234 . ' 'nl 5 yy. Www- - -f -- - V -- --,?7,,.T.w Y, , 'S J H 'Q ' ' -, , if lx M f 1 lie 5' if pil, M I, 3 Blu I A x , 4.1 , . N , I . . . J , ...,,-.. f . 1. , , .I ', "iv -4 iv. '-i " . is - , . - '- ' ,, ,un b i , . 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Engineering Council front row -- Richard Moolick, Gus Gustafson, Coralle Sanders, George Palm, Tom Chavez, Deborah Johnson, Donna Reisch. second row - Lonnie Koeltzow, Prof. W. W Kertsing, Oakley Mitchell, Steve Deinlein, Larryl Matthews, Steve McCloskey, Lyndon Pierson, Laurance Lukens, Louie Guaderrama. C Patio I ,..,+" ., ..-""., "' ,,.,...wjN ,-' " . ,. pr, H faqs 1 vi ,..4,., Q , J - as , , H . , JL,-g 1' - "Mom" Daigh, Roxanne Merritt, president: Cindy Shores, vice presidentf,GaiI Sears, secretary: Corelle Sanders, treasurer. not pictured 1973 officersi Mary Machego, secretaryf Kathy Wahlquist, vice presidentg Marie Ammumon, AWS representative: Pat Sobren, AWS repre- Ann Main, Interhall council representative. 7 .41 238 Z... WRC Patios ll and Ill sufef . officers - Sylvia Telles, presidenfg Cathy Waggoner, vice presidenfp Connie Gilleh, secrefaryp Mickey Ana W' A '- iv- ' , in .L .. 1 -I-. ' o',? ' c V""4 i, .X . ,,,,. : 1 ?16"f3fQ fs i ff! 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'CJ N f 242 ' . .A . front row - Tom Mossad, IFC advisor, Scotty Hendricks, Steve Wilson, Allen Quintana. second row - Doug Heavner, Steve Cervantes, Roy Goym, Rob Griffin, I Schwendke, IFC president, John Schilling, Terry Mathis. third row -- Scott Williams, Scott Thompson, Jim Sarbo, David Fenske, John Ridge, Don Barrett, Phil Milinder. 5D PRS SA wo' 60 0 Angel AHEA Delfcl Sigma PI amen vrxoplig Phu med Q6 he pdvon Blue Key Qt c Be to Q Phu Mu Acccunfmg Studen s SPU R5 Ka D x Dpq Ps, pq Ka 009 W A SNEA Las Campanas X A Z 2 1 NX . 7 N 3 'P 'S ' Gammd NU or, . Q ' Alph ' I ' T ow . 'x 44 Accounting Students r, .-:W s ' fl - front row - John North, Debbie Dudley, Ernest Capmbell, James Candelaria, David Pacheco, W. K. 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The organization is spons by Arnold Air Society, o national honorary for AFROTC Cadets, and carries no military obligation. It is the goals of Angel Flight to aide the progress of Arnold Air Society, in doing so, advance and promote the AFROTC program and the United States Air Force. It also serves the University and the surrounding community. Befa Befa Befa 3 N L .-er 25 '?' - :lv--f l A ' l E 1 row -- Karen Melick, Barbara Kelly, Deborah Knoephel, Paffy Jackson, Dohy Kasunic, Rita Swina, Lido Crooks. second row - Kathy McLaughlin, Lisa Maog, Aileen Rick Welborn, Bill Hollowman, Clyde Faucefl, Carl Profazi, Joy Robbins. third row - Ross Zimmerman, Thomas Bellows, Dr. Villa, Don Woods, Tom Cable, Steve Gary Smith, Allen Paul, Dove Walters, Carl Bowman. 24 ,Q 'ii' Vi I X x m , ,I , Ki ' ., . mpg HE? .2 . Jwgzvg-fav! . 24:9 2,-if . 344. K- f igggagzygf wp.: , 0'-, -V iwyg, Eff' .V :.. ' ,L ' zz-..... :SW . fri V, X .4 5 5 A-xx-i X: .1 'X ,F X nn' 4. 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Kappa Kappa Psi I7 L M " A...-u Y 13 trow -- Jim Firkins, Carter Duke, Art Mahhews, Sally Hocker, Poncho Romero, Tony Montano, Richard Williams, Mike Oakley. second row - Leo Carbaial, Don Vasquez, rlie Benneff, John Burr, Arnell Arellanes. PZ I3 rl 2 Las Campanas 254 front row - Kathy Larson, Peggy Gaddy, Renee Grammier, Donna Anglin, Mary Helen Taylor, Susie Harty, Lynn McKnight, Pat Sobein. second row - Wendy Brice, S Smith, Gay Sugarman, Debbie Dudley, Mrs. Elnora Wiley, sponsor, Betsy Racoosin, Connie Jones, Sylvia Jaramillo, Leonora Lopez. officers - Wendy Brice, president, nora Lopez, vice president, Lynn McKnight, secretary, Kathy Larson, treasurer, Peggy Gaddy, AWS representative, Connie Jones, song leader, Gay Sugarman, historian. Mx '53 ik' ff an C3 T Y , s- Q' Z' row - Vicki Rock, Jamie Brown, Paula Roundy, Amy Arthur, Rita Suina. second row - Betty Krivokapich, Sharon Lyster, Genevieve Gomez, Beth Carroll, Janie Hender- Lydia Crooks. third row - Carol McGaha, Elaine Francis. not pictured - Kim Johnson, Lorna Ponce, Charlotte Shaw, Yolanda Vierra, Mabel Podesl. sponsors - Emily Mary Welsh, George Lucky. Mortar Board 25 Glckooogbza Kpazc QD P o h' KGPPU Phi officers - Patti Dunn, Debbie Arnsdorf, Sylvia Jarmillo, Sue Dawson, Sharon Lysier, Sandi Little. P h i m G N U Karen Corfese, Cheryl Siickland, Norma Weatherley, Candy King, Janie Hendrickson, Laura Mathers, Mary Schubeck. second row - Pafii Dunn, Sharon Lysler, rnsdorf, Kathy Cusack, Sandi Lihle, Nina Prarz, Shirley Gibbs, Sharon Mifamura, Sylvia Jarmillo, Sue Dawson. 7 Public Relations Sfudenf Socie derwood, Martha Bullock, Morgue Graham, Amu Juru, Jennifer Craig, Les Hinshaw, Jeff Williams. Sigma Delia Chi A-5 It Q. 'EY sip row - Lana Cunningham, Gilbert Alvarez, Wayland Davis. second row - David Jennings, Velda Fresquez, Mike Day, Gene Sexton, Nancy Northrop, Robert Cates. row - Vicki Rock, Maurice McEntyre, Gail Carter, Lisa Finley, Claudette Duncan. 25 Sfudenf Nafional Education Associafion h.4.4..-.1-,4 .. Z Xwmi 1- 152-v 1 fav Hia? f I " 43Ef 1 15' iligiil -Umm: wb xg fi J V FN elf! ,ig 4, g , -T' 1 v V -. 1. .' 1 ,f2:r'5"i :S-,. 41, T: 4 'affvrur ' :S -Y ' wg 2 225 2 .iif X ' '3fi-If-.J Pi , 'Si' lj: 'limi 'lm i 7. ..- . , .N ,f1,-, 1 Y.. , 'fr , rn vi I ., f wh w 7 -' L 'ff ii y 1 - ' V Y, 'V if NQ " JR' ' V x u ' ' 4 X ,' 'f '4 O LE wx ' I 1 W.. , In '5 or 1 - ' 'V 'I s 4 '11 N 'J we , V - -, LE-V . V -M -+M- 62 officers - Sue Witschi, Kandy Hernandez, Nancy Taylor, Nancy Brenton, Meta Nickelsan, Lynn McKnight, Melly Cook, Susan Dagnan. Spurs Mem., front row - Karen MacNair, Susan Dagnan, Katy Scott, Dabney Ford. second r - Nancy Brenton, Becky Teuber, Lynn McKnight. third row - Mary Vandeve Ellen Miller, Nara Daughenbaugh. fifth row - Kandy Hernandez, Gale McClu sixth raw - Kathy Jeske, Gail lngel, Nixie Williams. seventh row - Danna Wo Sue Witschi, Vicki Wood. eighth row - Kathy Seeley, Meta Nickelson, Melly Co ninth raw - Susan Chewning, Carina Reyes, Barbra Salazar. K , I .'!X1J ..N ' R+ 7 1-fu! i' "XW MV" X Yg. lf'-fl.. , f QQ, f F? yi' ,M 4 2' miss. ff' Zi, x X ,.... ' I' xi M +Q, f - 'gsmv I ' , "" . IQ 7 .ig MQ 'T , 'N ,,l,4. ,f X F' 1, PK.-..f, - ,Lfi'+'fvf' l ChiOmega L li first row - Nora Sue Daughenbaugh, Chris Neslon, Jane! Nye, Shelley Broadhursf, Mary Helen Tarylor, Janet Clark. second row - Judy Caihey, Joni Ullery, Joyce El Emily Cauhape, "Mom" Galloway, Betsy Racoosin, Jane Sanger, Donna Wood. third row - Dabney Ford, Corina Reyes, Marilyn Collins, Mary Ann McCienahan, Janie drickson, Gail Overbeck, Ann Miller, Jamie Brown, Vicki Wood, Gail lgel, Susan Chewning, Kandy Hernandez, Rosemary Casabonne. 264 TJ row - Pinkie Kennedy, Tate Berkan, Nixie Williams, Kathy Koskovich. second row -- Mary Gose, Judi Meadows, Betsy Bowling, Jody Floyd, "Mom" Galloway, Sherrie i, Kathi Burch, Shelley Corn, Debbie Wolters. third row - Pat Fulmer, Gloria Compton, Cathy Provine, Barbara Salazar, Denise Sattler, Marilee Mason, Dena Harvey, Risch, Ciri Santherson, Sylvia Stryiewsky. .13 U51 lf, ,tv 26 n .4 i 'Q . I 1 x 5 J I 3 I .gf .J , ,, J if 3, U 546325 Ff,7f ', ',-1719 H '. gn .351 ' . .:',:151 v.-. gm- I fig? 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'Ir vs ,, Q f w -warns-rf --- 3 Qi 4 J J qyfk, 0 1 ff 12-Q4, 267 ll P l i v Delta Zefa 2 front row - Lori Wood, Terry Serna, Carla Aragon, Debbie Dennis, Antionette Borde. second row - Barbara McCleIan, Anita Peckham, Mrs. Dorothy Daugheri Rebecca Oyler, Linda Vigil. third row - Kay Botwinis, Babette Saenz, Tina McMullen, Nancy Whebler. foruth row - Sharon Sturgeon, Luara Drobel, Marka Sanfo Denise Harris, Deanna Lytle, Teresa White, Diane Rael, Roxanna Payton, Janet Barbe, Chris Sanders, Nanette Barr, Claudia Samuelson, Janise Lechtenburg, Debbie Ho tan, Cheryll Bowlin, Robina Myers, Benita Aguilar, Beverly Johnson. fifth row - Margot Reck, Sheree Bennett, Alice Morrison, Mary Ann Webb, Patti Morrison, Di Blackwell, Holly Raymond, Marie Turney, Kathy Tysseling, Loria Sandoval, Betty Cottrill, Barbara Blackman, Mary Thompson, Jane Larkin, Christie Sisnerso, Sue Lovely. 4 15' w - Sherrie Benneh, Sharon Sturgeon, Tina McMullen, Debbie Dennis, Deanna Lyfle, Marka Sanford Kathy Tysselmg Diane Rael Lon Wood Sue Lovely second row Morrison, Mary Ann Webb, Christie Sisneros, Babbet? 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Highlights of the aca- demic year were the homecoming parents day, the Christmas party forthe Garcia Orphanage, the pro- vincial officer's training seminar hosted by Alpha Lambda and the Pink Rose Final. AGR Rho Mates have assisted the chapter since their beginning in thefall of 1971. Phi Kappa Phi f g l 1 'k 272 4-F3 ' muse ff"-rf:-'P Hr' 211'-5" 274 Z fronf row - Sarah Marfin, Linda Ohlinger, Marsha McKnight, Becky Rudeen, Susie Quesenberry, Carol Cooper. second row - Charlene Ferguson, Sue Green Ka phreys, Mrs. Ongley, housemofherg Sunny Felker, Diane Powell, Vicki Holi, Barbara Adams. fhird row - Liz Duffield, Gloria Casfillo, Debbie Melfon, Connie Williams, Kaye Peery, Janey Heckler, Mary Vandeveer, Lucille Darden. fourth row - Shelley Wheatley, Peggy Lynch, Mary Shannon, Mary Ellen Stefan, Marcy Karen Kreuch, Kaihy Kuchar, Randi McGinn, Nancy Wilde, Segi Siguliia, Laura Leigh Lawson. Pi Beta Phi Y X. if 275 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 11- .1. 41 3 -V.. ,:,1 :- 2 .vw Bldg In ri' Viv 1111451 1 .114 .TWT 1 'HF7 -" "7 , 11 11 1 1 1-1 11 11 11 111" if 111 11M , , L. ,I . 'wk Y '--1111-111 A ' .Uw5v!Ef-E -H511 n1l11111! M '1111 K 1 1, A 1-1 . -- if 1 1 1 11 I1 1 11111 ' IQ-.1,-8. 1:1 1' L 11 V 1,1 1'11 f 11 . K H 1 1 1 11 1-11' '1 1-4 1 if .N- 276 "L x fa L .v ,U . 3'?'i': 313 ' if I ft' . 11 'T' L- .1 .1.': - ': rg 1 tr a- I C L 5 521 ' 4" A T ' ,Q ' '--" r -A'-A - 1- - 11- 'q f fi.. ".' j A, , Vi-Y-van, 'n N Ve , J ng - , ' ... . - , - 4 - .' , ,x , 31216 5k'5"J'E"? .' - ,lg ' , . Q ' 'r ' , ,,:,.,,1,,.,, .I .0 fn., .5 ,J ...mi 1 A, :, lg.4 ,,,f:3, I- M sax. , 'V -T.-1555 -- - -fm 5211: wqgg . H 1 'L - I:'M' :ff -L ' ' -Uv V 1..L.:,,5,:A 1,2-If 5, ,X i W, If jit1"35i'fE,:5 N 1 ,Z-j ' 'L + :if .'g:f'ffqy ' 5 Q 7 p 'L"""?4" -1"-I .. 1. 'Q --- - . ' A , -M '74 -1 ., ,fr X m i V I- . r ,sv L. .-. . - - f. . .P we H A '- -. 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' .lfiiiifiu I if +m mf5f" 15 f . -.fa ' 1 ' 'V . 54's ""' ,, 'Q .9 'Z A 'Z' "aff , ' X I V 4 T' Y my 3 11" 'H - 'fy,:Q..Q, ' aqgg., - A 1115: N I e . g.r'i"""' , - I .A V X gwqwl in N gggi ' rg , W ' f A ggggf' f'?i'J2l Ern Trullllo Rocky Sabms Gordon Hank Mark Erb Steve Wilson RuchardT1mmons Paul Schmidt Kip Kugler Matt Sanchez Tom Trupllo Ran Martinez second row - Kevin Wagner, Ky Kugler, Ron Raseti, Ron Aquilar, Stuart Wagerman, Bob Hawkins, Tam Velarde, Rick Morrison, Mark Chittack, Jim Bums, Greg Martin, Gary ie H 1 ' f I , ' I ' ' I ' 1 ' , , " , ' - - an, Darrin Brown, 'lim Crusi, Max Valdez, Billy Mondragoon, Charlie Guess, Jerry Sandoval, Phil Browning, Ralph Pendleton, Jim Dabney, Tom Kodkke, Dale Cun- fri row - Denise Harris, Mary Schubeck, Honorary Theta Chi Charlie Johnson, Linda Hernandez, Debbie Asbridege, Maria back row - Benito Aqilar, Christe Sisneros, Sylvia Carillo, Collen Jackle, Alma Sauceds. 279 0 Thefa Chi ,V -ivf--.-, ...,.. -5,1--H f ff!! WA 4, I 1 Wk Zeta Tau Alpha officers - Janet Jones, Dawnell Massey, Linda Lund, Melanie Hill, Joan Emerson, Sandy Langston, Gail DuBr Looise Arledge. Q C7 282 front row - Sandy Langston, Melanie Hill, Jo Easterling, Susie Reyner, Teresa Carrcon, Christie Boone, Janet Jones, Patti Rutherford, Jane Barnhill. second row - Joan son, Mom Evertson, Cathy Poynor, Terri Rogers, Gail DuBrock, Debbie Sharp, Louise Arledge, Dawnell Massey, Dana Martin, Cynthia Poynor, Sue Wilson. third row - lotta McNut, Beth Greenwell, Emily Litton, Carla Odom, Lea Pederson, Charolet Hall, Linda Lund, Karen Bomont, Cynthia Morris, Kimberly McSmith, Linda Borrego, Shilo Becky Smith, Maureane Hoffman, Janifer Llewelyn, Diane Williams, Marilyn Meerscheidt, Wynene Spradlin, Rhonda Porter, Sally Harvey, Sheri Stuart, Liz Lewis u X il i"' p-X 1-5 xl row - Cynthia Morris, Teresa Correon, Ronda Porter, Maureone Hoffman. second row - Jo Eosterling, Leo Pederson, Kimberly McSmith, Cathy Poyner, Becky Smith Stuart, Diane Williams, Marilyn Meerscheidt. Woyenen Spradlin, Terri Rodgers, Charolet Hall, Patti Rutherford, Susie Rayner, Liz Lewis. 284 'fl ii iff Us fu ".!. 0 4 -' 13 -' ':'Lg:Fv::' 4 N' af: tg sm 4,-S' 'Z . 1, V v - . - 4 ' I: ':: Emi: T' 'aff' 5 " 'i if H X , ., . A , , .4 -uggvfggrlg g :u J . ,. l nu s. ' p n on , ' SIS: fr fr'-I IZ 2: Az.: -::, .: :: ..- 1 -V3 gg it .1 . in n uf fgf 1 I .1 0 I :- an " 1 :: li . - f :: :: -Y .. .. ,L IL :: ::: :ai 4... 115.4 ' V 1' ,I ,Q -. i m4 1. '1 ' " 1- T W tl fy 5VnZ':y, 'A' w 'g,AN4,, of .- -1 A Hg- J Ah . J. xg K H f 1 w ' i 4 1-I A, . 1 ,,2.Q-- -X . ,, , ,rx ., -N 4- ,..x. -4-of --c.-4 1 1.1: 4.4,-. r ' E Zeta Tau Alp A i i' ,--Q, . . . , f ' " ' :FQ-'im' Jig' . -'-:gi . X- 1' v. -v If 1 ' 5 1 'I ' " hi-. ' " ,s l T" " fg,j v. f -4.-pw., .,",,, 1- ' Q ha .-v, f.. ,N . . . , 4 L i U in ' .Jar 1 V -4 4- , .- I X i -i --...Q I r f LD - tw 4 :I '. A V Tiff' ' -, :'- , g,..a4. .J gg-as - -Q . 5 x -Zz ,. , vw-U.-' 5 - f-- 1- -f A ,- - '-.v -vu'-vc-uv-...vs , front row j Cathy Ondrusen, Beth LaBlanc, Kay Humphreys. second row - Beth Greenwell, Lee Pederson, Sandy Dukes, Debby Melton. third row - Mary Ann Nona Gottlled, Carla Odom, Chris Nelson, Debi Wagner, Laura Mathers. back row - Rhonda Bottorf, Cheri Foster, Lisa Newcomer, Kathy Krettfecos, Janet Jones, Babb, Emily Lytton, Mary Ann McClenehan, Cheryl Walling, Carol Rhoades. itll: '-2941 ' .-. of front row - Rodney Mayton, Morris Gore, Jim Thomas, Art Garcia, Dick Sparks, Jimmy Borrego, Charlie Bonal, Dean Neel, Jackie Denton, John Larsh, George Malon Wayne Ward. second row - Allen Quintant, Chuck Lytton, Rick Grubbs, Guy Baber, Dan Lester, Pete Garcia, Dave Ewing, Bill Mayton, Rick Barrego, Dave Goodwin, M Grone, Beryl Dukes. back row - Steve Brown, Scott Thompson, Walter Long, Greg Drake, John Roberts, Lee Morgan, Mark Posey, Tom Graves, Allen Culver, Neal Longw Jim Bob Ferguson, John Gilmore, Jeff Adams, Jerome Dodson, Tom Lydings, Marshall Neel. Sigma Chi I ,Q-1 1 12 287 5 , Ocleiilf for M eqdv Veterans Club 01766079 'If O f Aggie R R00 od 9 eo ASSOCfQfion S A430 Q98 meh, XS , 'wden Che Al nccm 5 ef f Gad ers POM PON Squad Block 8g Bridle . Pl lc Military Scuence aYma ers BGP n tis? Swag WIA C + Unltbn Plan? 81 Soil Association Aggie Rodeo Club front row - Jennifer Haynes, Sherry Grimes. second row Mike Hudson, Kyle Reid, Kent Cosner, Jack Valentine, John Weldy Lester Harrelson. not pictured - Judy Cain. Sherry Gnmes Dave Kaess Barbara Ward Billy Jones J C Stephens Jerry Johnson Albert Jacques second row - Beth Carroll, Mike Hudson, Larry Turner Alton Ellwenss Lester Harrelson third row Gary Nunn Jack Valentine Trae Greenwood Johnny Garcia Kent Cosner, John Weldy, Wally Cox. fourth row Jennifer Haynes Bully Smith Cathy Summers Janet Pascoe Penny Butt Mike Hams fifth row Andy Nunez, Jack Ruttle, Ann Brewer, Debbie Norman, Arnold "le 290 ,ff front row - Gary Shaw, marshall, Ozena Crosswhite, women's IM Lisa Hansen, co-rec coordinator. second raw - J. Paul Baxter, assistant Larry Fluhman, men's IM coordinator, Jim Gilmore, vice president for services. Block and Bridle J. Paul Brown, treasurer, Charlie Siepel, reporter, Robert Fluhman, pledge trainer, Lindy Brown, historian, Liza Ogden, Women's IM coordinator, Larry Ridenour, Ag C representative, Deb Weston, secretary, Jim Butt, vice president for activities, Karen Ogden Corlese, vice president for development, Steve Blumenthal, president, Bren Dyke, co-rec coordinator. ,n , uw I J." ' - W?-' ' 'I 1.4 M3554 fi as 35 'Sul-4 -1 Plant and Soil Associafion 5,-N 292 --.,,., , I l front row - Bill Schneider, Randy Hoffheins, Dave Robbins, Teddy Ramirez, Jim Martinez. second row - Demefrio Ortega, Bill Mofhewman, Henry Buckwalier, Lalita Fon. Joe Mahill, Frank Arnold, John Blueeyes. third row - Tom Arledge, Tom Carrens, R. Diaz-Gonzalez, Micke Hughes. fourth row - Larry Campbell, Mark Walton, Dr. B. Williams, Rusty Dowell, Robbie Robinson. l Sociefy for Range Management RANGE i QOQ. MA, QR- STUDENT C' Tom Biers, Rex Smarl, Eddie Alfred, Jim Perki Chris Allison, Bob Madrid, Reldon Beck. j .-.V .L 3 :ix Bapfisf Student Union P aymakers f'5Tai"':L .. ,KE- NP-'Y ff: if 96 Pom Pon 3,1 ,dfqwf L , - .. YZ ,. - ' n.... ,.f' ,,, ..... r . , N-Q ' -'I 5' 'J " 'L " 1 . , .F-ze' fr , . . ff -', -L-.fy t ,xy A ff--F-- 2 my f.- ' -v ' .' 1" V' bv, -X1 J' ' .sn L D , , ,I -X 4 ' QF' '. .',.'-. --, A. - , S' . ' 4 In S I , .- H , -1- ' V. ' ..,,. ,tjfaiull ' 5' I ' Lf " ,,,, J W 5,t'w:A2.-.M 4 LiL:.w..gg-'ff , lil-V.-,J wr fi!! i' ' !""" 1 f, ,.- Wi , f- ps. :,':'j1Jy,g".ELt,'2' ' '- ,y,,nwqc - -i K..-:A i., V in nj ax ' TWV L 5 . I' 1 li Q , H" ' 1 ,A wif. fl 1' Q ,.,, fry i Q ' 1 v - -PW . , - 1' .pm If im K ' ,ALA ' .S ,V J? . A . O, 1 Q 4 f M 5 ,, - A: 5 f nl '.' l g. 5-. h M, I'M,,vQ. 1 -n -A - ' - 'ix , N-4 f ri? 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K. - 244 Dawson, Susan - 194, 257 061' I Gene S Fine Jewelers lFormerIy Olson'sl 126 S. DOWNTOWN MALL Diamond Center of Las Cruces and headquarters for Custom Designing of Fine Jewelry choose from our fine selection of loose gems or have your own treasured stone remounted ont-he premises Complete Watch and Gifts For -l9W9l"Y DBPUYTNBUTS Every Occasion BankAmericard MasterCharge Phone 526- 8532 Quality and Service are Guaranteed 64 Davis, Michael - 75, 187 Davis, Wayland - 259 Day, Mike - 259 De Blaise, Joachin - 214 Decker, Carolyn - 181 Decker, Stanley - 200 Dees, Bob - 304 De Groot, John - 261 Deinlein, Steve - 236 Demersseman, Kathy - 227 Dennis, Debbie - 268, 269 Devebe, Fekrie - 303 Diaz, Martha - 201 Diaz-Gonzalez, Robert - 292 Diehl, Gunther - 305 Diehl, Jay - 307 Digree, Robert - 218 Dintelman, Robert - 206 Dooley, Allen - 187 Dooley, Melinda - 201 Dowell, Rusty - 234, 292 Draper, Michael - 201 Drobel, Laura - 268, 308 DuBrock, Gail - 282 Dudley, Debbie - 235, 244, 25 ffield, Liz - 241, 274 ke, Carter - 252 ncan, Claudette - 187, 259 nn, Patti - 181, 245, 257 nn, Robert- 187 rand, Sally - 300 rney, Randy - 244 gen, John - 250 sterling, Jo - 282, 283 y, Thomas - 206 oodkin, Andrea - 187 der, Peggy - 20, 21, 148 let, William - 207 liott, Jeanne - 201 lwenss, Alton - 289 Iitt, William - 305 ston, Bobbie - 300 well, Joyce - 264 erick, Jon - 250 erson, Joan - 240, 282 mett, Gary - 207 gle, Lawrence - 207 sary, Warren - 201 trada, Sal - 281 . ,' r , I " ity x aff 1 1 9.3 ,C nu 1 jg' li .tx : 24 V ,' 1 Kgs? .rx 4 'J 3- I ' 'V' 1' . 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H. - 236 efer, Ray - 307 ght, Carl - 195, 222, 235, 261 ley, Bridget - 215, 217 ng, Jim - 246 ng, Patricia - 195 ser, Susan - 201 oephel, Deborah - 249 eltzow, Lonnie - 236, 252, 305, 306 na, Philip - 303 - no, Rhonda - 303 skovich, Kathy - 265 euch, Karen - 274 ivokapich, Betty - 189, 255 char, Kathy - 274 ngley, Rocky - 234, 271 . ugston, Sandy - 240, 282 - rge, Jerry - 223 - rkin, Jane - 268 rsen, Richard - 189 - rson, Kathy - 254 wrenson, Leo - 306 wson, Leigh - 274 Lechtenburg, Janise - 268 Lee, Robert - 252 Lester, Bill - 271 Leupold, Wayne - 222 Lewis, Liz - 282, 283 Leyba, Lloyd - 189 Leyva, Manuel - 189 Little, Gordon - 250 Litton, Emily - 282 Liungdahl, Joann - 240 Llewelyn, Janifer - 201, 282 Lloyd, Steven - 223 Long, Dee - 308 Long, Patrick - 271, 304 Lopez, Jesus - 195 Lopez, Leonora - 254 Lopez, Sherry - 201 Lopez, Steve - 261 Lopez, Stephan - 195 Lovely, Sue - 268, 269 Loya, James - 305, 306 Luian, Eliseo - 250 Lukens, Laurane - 236 Lund, Linda - 282 Lynch, Peggy - 274 Lyster, Sharon - 255 Las CrucesfAnth0riy!HatchfMember FDIC MAIN BANK MESILLA PARK BRANCH 411 North M in Street 602 Maple Street Las Cruces, New Mexico Mesilla Park, New .Mexico ANTHUNY BRANCH PICACHO BRANCH O'Hara Road at Lincoln Street P acho at V ll y D ive Anthony, New Mexico Las Cruces, N Mexico HATCH BRANCH UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS BRANCH Franklin at Davis Street California at Solano Street Hatch, New Mexico Las Cruces, New Mexico WATER STREET BRANCH 4 North Water Stre t 25 Las C ruces, New Mex Dive in Window Service 'till 6 p.m. daily Saturday BankingL9-12 1... --uw I...- f....l n.,- ...qw uve- - mm Lytle, Deanna - 268, 269 Macias, Fernando - 36, 230 MacNair, Karen - 262 Maag, Lisa - 249 Madero, Mariana - 202 Madrid, Bob - 295 Maher, Jack - 215, 218, 223 Mahill, Joel - 271, 292 Mannes, John - 234 Maragos, Tim - 281 Marchetti, Ken - 244 Marquez, Joann -189 Marquez, Sandra - 202, 222 Marraffo, Rick - 281 Martin, Dana - 282 Martin, Sarah - 274 Martinez, Jim - 292 Mason, Dan - 281 Mason, Erik - 306 Massad, Tom - 242 Mason, Marilee - 265 Massey, Dawnell - 282 Mathers, Pam - 308 Mathewman, Bill - 292 Mathis, Terry - 242 Mathews, Art - 253 Mathews, Larry - 236 Maudsley, Patti - 245 Melamari, Lota - 303 Melick, Karen - 249 Meribal, Melinda - 300 Merritt, Roxanne - 189, 237 Mayhew, Sara - 189 Mierscheidt, Marilyn - 282, 283 Melfmari, Lota - 303 Melton, Debbie - 274 Milinder, Phil - 242 Miller, Ann - 202, 264, 266 Miller, Ellen - 262 Miller, Rob - 281 Mitchell, Oakley - 236 Mitleville, Larry - 196 Miviiage, Fidelis - 303 Montano, Tony - 252 Monte, Joe - 307 Moolick, Richard - 236 Moore, Mike - 307 Morales, Julio - 281 Morales, Ray - 304, 306 Morgan, Jeff - 271 Morley, Carl - 196 Morrato, Anna - 189, 266 34 46 Morris, Cynthia - 241, 282, 283 Morris, James - 196 Morris, John - 244 Morris, Tim - 215 Morrison, Alice - 268 Morrison, Alice - 308 Morrison, Patti - 268, 269 Mosha, Gervace - 303 Mozemo, Homer - 307 Mullin, Sheilia - 215 Munoz, Ricardo - 258 Murphy, Mike - 222 Musa, Dahiru - 182 Myers, Robina - 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CREDIT: We would like to thank Teri Cer- vantes, layout artist: Maurice McEntyre, chief photographer: Velda Fresquez, advertising: Marcy McKinnIey, copy writer: Kathy Demerssman, art work. SPONSOR: Don R. Martin SPSCIHIS 7 days a Week from 11 A M W S 1079 dlscount on anythmg on menu Mmutes from downtown "Cu 2OP!N li 'WE ,R Ei, li : a l 5' ii! r iw QNX lilllyf MAKE YOUR RESERVATION NOW! n , -. lg X3 'T' 51,1350 5 A -5 S' er , 'Gr r si. i , mv- V-tu . .. il V-ygizf. , ws- ,..- -t ' ' Z U 'i 1, ' ' , fi .5 NOW . . . MOVE UP TO UPPER CLASS LIVING Enjoy these many features ...... O Ready for Fall 1972 Occupancy O Convenient to Campus O Ample Free Parking OAll Electric Built-ln Kitchen Appliances - Stove, Refrigerator, Disposal O Swimming Pool With Sundeck O Recreational And Exercise Area For Individual Or Group Activities OSpacious Floor Plans Designed To Meet Your Needs OTV Lounge With Huge Fireplace O Large Convenient Laundry Facilities O Plush Shag Carpeting Throughout O Completely Air Conditioned O Full Time Resident Manager O Decorator Designed and Completely Furnished O1 and 2 Baths In 2 and 3 Bedroom Units With Seperate Dressing Vanities OEnjoy All the Fun of College Life With Your Friends - Choose the Combination That Suits You Best: 1 Bedroom For 2 Students 2 Bedrroms For 4 Students 3 Bedrooms For 6 Students 352 Editor 's Note: The 1974 SWASTIKA is about the people in and around New Mexico State University. Its pages reflect the faces, emotions and the fates of NMSU's people. Many of the faces in the 1974 SWASTIKA will never be seen again at NMSU. 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