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

 - Class of 1978

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Patricia Gonzales Billie Ann Evans Kathy Brown Copy Editor Kim Wright Photographers Photo Editor Richard Lawerence Layout Editors Perry Sherwood Benton Greer Richard Lawerence Bill Dick' Brian Elliott Cris FitzGerald Richard lVliIler Charlie Bennett Howard lVlier Baron Clifford 1 4' L I 1 i' TABLE OF CONTENTS Opening: Encounter Happenings Competition Involvement Graduates Advertising 4 32 'I 14 158 230 282 ENCOUNTEF! 3 4 ENCOUNTEFK In the quiet hours of Ionliness Huddled in the darkest corners of myself I have found peace and contentment But have yet to solve the nagging grief, rt "" ' 'ffm ENCOUNTER 5 Much of my sanity is proclaimed by the majority. Much of my pain is seen only by friends. Much of my life is kept happy for a simple reason, 6 ENCOUNTEFI ENCOUNTEF! 7 Y ,I 1 -f fa 5. 5 8 ENCOUNTEF! ,nf 'ini' N -TQ-5 .A -..,.. ,941 "' ' 'f.-.:' X Because there are the few Caring more than I that Hope does not diminish But accept the flicker of its Light in the face of Confrontation. These brave souls vvho have not lost sight Of my usefullness- Show me the path to again Find Faith in myself. By: Elizabeth A. Hayes 1978 Editor-in-Chief ENCOUNTER 9 1 asig' 11E."1 'E-, vw 5? .-11. Az: I AW, it In 1 13- 'I ' Quin K . . w , r T, , X-'. ' ' 1 .-.fl 1 -' i". .1,' ,,u X. 4., .1 4. ,G A ... L -5. ,Tlx Ja- ,p .kj ' Tn! ,a ...-B? 44555 i, ENCOUNTEFZ 11 ,- ,Af- s .ww 'K ,Q-L I L lr 12 ENCOUNTEF! 2-is 5525 Gian, ,,c-- ..-1, n' '11, .,,,' .. A . .,. cf- ,ni Q' g',9?Y':f L-Af. d , S, f - . -1, avg k' ,w-I-J, .J --V -s-f mf-4 . - V g' , .zf'.1-if-172 .Q ,. - 'msd tk -095 ,X - 1 L f . F afrzgfkf M f-w."rV Hi w 61- - ' ,1f'. .-,.. ,555 'f-- wwf NS a . ...L--Y . N Q I3 1 4,,.V, , tv' -ls . 'R' . . ,-' 9041. -A--, f., , h , ., Aw.- .im-2 -- . - . .1 4Qw1lLLJ3'?' YJ-if. fm D an mi- 31 J f ' .A '- ' 'H "' S.. A . . -'U-,.,Jk..4 .wx .-.'.- ffl, -- K 4 5 1.4 B . . AI? ft 151 ' -, Ngfw H pt -A ff fww'-, W. .ers ,Q . . 41 vaniqa P A it Ax I. K wx, fl ,iw , 1 f -, -, X . 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F- N ' L 5" v 7 raw . .K it iw 9 V Y.. 24 ENCOUNTER AUS- XXQS-T QA be 1 9,5 10" 5 VXA ,A f T Y' - wf 932-Wx IE! m.,. . 05122, 3 -fra -Q . EVER FEEL LIKE YOU'RE BEING WATCHED? Q5 TQTQ GEXICCD E 5 C Sify 78 SWQSTMQ ll People Should Live Together in Harmony Dear Reader. This book is for you. Within these 300 pages is recorded an outline of the past year's events and activities. We, as the Swastika staff, have earnestly attempted to capture as many of the rare moments as possible and preserve them to aid in your memories. These activities were made possible only through your ideas and perseverence. The theme of the 1978 Swastika, "All people should live together in harmony," should exemplify the unique environ- ment in which we at NIVISU live. No where else do so many different and varied cultures live and work together in such harmony. The "Land of Enchantment" works its "magic" in subtle ways, growth and expansion in the area is inevitable yet, as residents rarely do we attempt to prove our glory, only underline our Pride. A small, organized group of talented students have worked over 3,000 man hours to compile this history book. ln my opinion they have done a commendable job, but, the decision is also your's to make. Examine this book with an open mind and heart. See yourself in the pages and I admonish you to cry or laugh out loud if the feeling strikes when you see yourself sleeping in class or tossing a frisbee. Congratulations is extended to all graduating seniors now moving on to new and different encounters with life-Some- day soon vve will follow in your footsteps. Thank you for your interest and support, because of your concern l wish to dedicate this year's Swastika to the student body of NMSU and all those others who have worked to improve the quality of student life. Enough said, continue to explore this yearbook and remember, history repeats itself until its lessons are learned. ENCOUNTER 27 A MESSAGE FROIVI NIVISU PRESIDENT GERALD THOMAS This year, 1978, New Mexico State University is celebrating its 90th anniversary. The theme "AIl people should live together in harmony," is very appropriate as we look back over 90 years of history to the fall of 1 888 when our doors were opened as Las Cruces College in a rented, three-room building. The university's frontier origins were highlighted by the death of our first poten- tial graduate, Samuel Steel, who was shot by a drunken cowboy in downtown Las Cruces in 1893. Thus, the first commencement took place the following year, 1894, with the graduation of four men and one young lady. A plaque near the front door of Hadley Hall carries the names of these four students. With the class of 1978, our total graduates will reach approximately 27,- 174. The accelerated growth in recent years can be il- lustrated by noting that more than half of the students who have ever graduated 'from N MSU since 1888 have 28 ENCOUNTER NMSU Presidant Gerald W. Thomas 7LlC Q6 O GA 3 Yi LQ' m AA C41 4 IVERSX . graduated while I have served as President-a shortl exciting eight-year period. It is also appropriate that we are using this year to lc into the future-to plan for the year 1988, when we x celebrate our hundreth year of service to this State Nation. This planning, under the guidance of Task Fo 88 a group of 88 distinguished citizens from throught New Mexico interacting with student leaders, fact and staff-will force us to think more carefully about I past, the present, and the confusing and challeng future. This comprehensive planning will also force us examine our unique cultural mix, our unique 1 vironmental setting, our unique opportunities to ci tribute to the obvious need for people of all nations "live together in harmony." I f km M" e , X J Dr. Donald C. Roush Dr, Peggy Elder Academic ViC9 PVGSMGUY Vice President-Student Affairs - 5 .mf- LYS! All .. 'QA .jj-hh WE W Steele Jones Robert Kirkpatrick Carl Hall Vice President-Development Vice President-Business Asst, to President ENCOUNTER 29 r - 3, s, , iw ,., 'Y-s. 3O ENCOUNTEFQ L,-1 x X Y JL 'ifx W-'1 ' " fx A T75 .7 - BCARD OF REGENTS 1 E . r, - The NMSU Board of Regents is the governing body the university. They are the legal authority that com manages, and establishes university-policy. The board made up of nine members who are -appointed by governor. The 1977-78 Board of Regents is compri.. of Rudy Apodaca, president: Avelino Gutierrez, vi: president: William Humphries, secretaryftreasurerg JL Papen: Dr, .John Clemmons: Dr. Charles Thaler and s dent representatives, Darnell Smith, JoAnn Sedillo a Alan West. These individuals give approximately 2 days a year to the betterment of education at NMS 1 c First Row: Alan West. student member: Darnell Smith, stu: member: Julie Papen, Member: Jo Ann Sedillo, student member: cond Flow: Avelino V. Gutierrez, Member: William R. Humph Secretary-Treasurer: a visiting NMSU professor, John Clemm Member: Fiudy Apodaca, President. . ,f rt i Fi above: Standing: Dr. Warren Noland, Bill Bruner. sponsor, Lydia Lujan, sponsor, and Jane Lautzenheiser. NIVISU'S STUDENT AIVIBASSADORS The NMSU Student Ambassadors is a voluntary group of students who travel throughout the state to distribute information about NMSU. The Ambassadors are a cross between recruiters and public relations people. their main function is to describe, to others. NlVlSU through their own eyes and experiences, as well as answer questions concerning the university. Lydia Lujan is the coordinator for this year's ambassador program. The students are selected by a panel of admissions counselors. l Q i i , Row: Georgette Fiomero. Cindy Stephenson, Concha Moy, Flow: Bill Jones, Vannetta Little, Debi Mitchell, Liz Hayes, John Gam- Aragon. Char Thomas, Honore Lassiter, Vicki Aragon, Alavarez, Margaret Magee, Kathy lVlcCormick: Second ble, Ketherine Wertz, Jerry Hesch: Third Row: Bruce Salsibury, Andy Rice, Tami Hayes, Tim Thompson, Terrell Bonds. ENCOUNTER 31 "2 HAPPENINGQG1, STARBUCK LEADS CFF NEW SEMESTER An evening of laughter, song, and dance appeared at NlVlSU's first concert for the 1977 fall semester, as Star- buck and Pat Paulsen appeared in concert at the Pan American Center on September 6. Pat Paulsen, ex- presidential candidate and comedian, presented his famous lecture, "A Lecture in Humor", but received the most response for his ribaled jokes. Starbuck followed with a selection of boogie-woogie and mellow Southern Rock, including their hit, Moonlight Feels Right. Bo Wagner, percussionist and keyboard player, added a little spice to the act with a lively tap-dance routine on the top of his drums. A relatively small, but enthusiastic crowd gave both performers standing ovations. 34 HAPPENINGS -T t fn oi, A W" 'Ytfxf vu 'w 1 . f Agri f, . 'E - fm 9 4 " ff U- 1 I M ,, . 5 mr. K 5 . X ,f',, fi' -f , - X 1?f'E'i'1j-' 4- ' , U , Q .:?i.f'.l1 V f V f A N 6 xi., aj. , . ,, I gf . If, Ili,-If xf, 1 ,f f C 'J ,gk 1 er" W' . ' Q N 1 Z .. -31.5- H' M. ... a F W- ' pg., . 1' I 0 jm Emi ". Y!! " 4- 394735, f' , 3 1 'WC . .,,nf1',-1-, ,.,,,:u31w-' ,K 5 N J , , ' x , ' 4 ' n" - -W W7 WWwl1,,,,, I! 9' ' Ivjgwfi, W H A 17-prix'-ink" Aff!-w E LIBEBAL, CUTSPGKENQ BITA IVIAE Rita lVlae Brown, author and well-known lecturer, appeared in Corbett Center October 1 1, 1 977 to speak on a number of topics. Brown was well accepted by her audience as she discussed many controversial issues in- cluding the Gay Liberation and feminist movements. The essence of her lecture lay in the stressed relationship between Bart and politics. Brown provided many examples including readings from her own works as to how the two relate to one another. Brown. an im- pressive speaker, relayed some of her beliefs, feelings and inspirations and answered many questions from the audience. Brown is the author of two novels, Rubyfruit Jungle and In Her Day, two books of poetry and scores of political essays. Brown is an active 28-year- old realist and for the future, she says, "you ain't seen nothin yet." 36 HAPPENINGS ' f 1 1 -uv-L F. . .53 Q YV . y.1'i- ' -ri-. .Hg- il 42.4. 5 it SHOWCASE 0F WHEELS September 8, 1977 found NlVlSU's International lVlall a showcase for the 1978 new car series. Local dealers brought in numerous new '78 models for display in collaboration with KNIVIS and AS NIVISU. According to Jeff Lyon, KNIVIS General Manager, "KNMS is trying to become more student orientated, and this was one way of doing something for the students." The exhibition consisted of a flashy Dodge Van, Flats, an AMC Con- cord and Ford's Fiesta and Fairmont. The sparkling new cars with their many new extras, mod interior and sleek paintjobs drew quite a few students and interested per- sons. KNIVIS provided musical entertainment and gave away 500 frisbees and 100 albums at a successful auto show. HAPPENINGS 37 The Red Ox Stampede Days hosted by the Theta C Fraternity saw its fifth consecutive year September 1 through 17. The Red Ox Days were designed as special event for new students and a "weIcome back . d i for the old. The week held scores of activities each offering something new and different. The activit' began with an open house at the Theta Chi Hou: Other events included a disco pool party, music w provided by KNIVIS. a concert dance in Corbett Cen1 featured Syndicate and a van show with the Free Spi Van Club of Las Cruces attending. Bringing the Red Days to a close, Theta Chi hosted an open party ing the NIVISU-VVichita State game. IVIUSIC: IVIENDCZA "No one should try to be better than anyone else, better than himself yes, but not better than someone else." This is just one of a number of unique philosophies possessed by Antonio Mendoza. Recognized as one of the vvorld's top-10 guitarists, Mendoza instructed a tvvo-day guitar vvork-shop on Thursday, September 1 5, and Friday. September 16 in the Corbett Center Ballrooms. Mendoza instructed 15-2O students on the art of playing the guitar, beginning with the basics and ending with a fevv vvords of highly accredited advice. Following his lessons, Mendoza displayed his versatile talent in a special concert. Mendoza shared a number of his philosophies and an array of Flamenco, classical and folk music vvith a receptive audience. Mendoza was avvarded vvhistles, yells and a standing ovation for his "creative talent and artistic perfection." irq. X! A roar swept over the large Pan American Center September 17, 1977 as an exhilerated audience of 8000 welcomed the Commodores and the Emotions in concert. The Emotions, in only a short time, had fans dancing in the isles and swaying in their seats, Jazzy choreography, and reggie soul music, including their hit, Best of my Love, topped their performance. Next came the "world traveled Commodores", dazzling in yellow and green, they played and sang heart-felt music to an ecstatic crowd. Performing such great hits as Slippery When it's Wet, Brickhouse, Just to be Close to You and lead singer, Lionel Richies emotional performance of Easy. The evening of rhythm, blues and disco soul proved to be one of ASNlVlSU's biggest financial successes. vii! ng 40 HAPPENINGS N EVENING COIVIIVIODORES F STYLE AND ND JAZZ EIVIGTIONS LIGHTING A WILDFIRE Michael Murphy along with Rusty Wier appeared in concert at the Pan American Center September 19. 1977 before an audience of 2000. VVier, with his band the Filler Brothers, headed the evening moving the crowd with shoulder-shaking, hand-clapping music. Wier played such hits as I Heard You Been Layin' My Old Lady and Don't It Make You Want To Dance. Wier put on a well-rounded performance featuring rock- n-roll and the mellow progressive country he is known for. Michael Murphy, with an aura of rugged southwestern naturalness, preceeded with a potpourri of country folk tunes. Using the guitar as his only instru- ment, Murphy played his hits Carolina in the Pines, Wildfire and Boy From the Country, which he wrote for John Denver. The philosophy, "Music isn't his life but reflects his life," is apparent in his narrative music. Murphy and VVier both displayed versatile talent and the crowd appreciated the variety. 42 HAPPENINGS ICHAEL IVIUFQPHY ND RUSTY WIEH a K Y . T ,, - ' ' af- n ' . '- ' ' ' Wi. .. -if W - V 'V ' '- . f' .E .. . - 1,-, " - " 'W W- mwfil- mfgflmg 5 3, lim: ...,,.: MM-, . A, . . J I :A . ' -, .ffl ' ' f' 1s5:.u...'.,: Q L.: .. - 1 .LY-A .17 .,. Lip.. , .. 3 , ,." " ." ' 1 A W Ar.. W . U , l,., . ., . .1 . . 55 f , .. ' 4:v'! .Ng 3, 2 W - .D '-M saw- VL - ' 1 ' vuaizfi' ggiw A P -bs... :"E 'L-37,125 '.1'H fL' 5 5 2 .Mui 35"LkS',, ' 'A 2: : f .".' . 2 4 f 1. -' . ' 3 W .'1'2.:jjr.j.. 55' A--' ,Q ' ' . '-14: 1-:w-J" .-'F' 1 'f ' .fa':f5Gw .+izf.5e . - . wr 5? M? 'h' -f'g'f'I.i-I 'r ' . .. . L ' . W A 19. -J 4 g, sf' 'N X ,al H 'w - du ' - ...ma W J.: . N' MT' . Ivj-,gijil-? Y . W :A 1 ffl- ' 15":D' .4 .1 . . ' . 1 E 1 na" ' ' " I ,'Q.-Nfl 1 k . .4 Q .g 5 1.4 , a X Q 1' V ,V . . Q' -L' gn- am. 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Jan Scar- brough and Bill Cobb are the student directors in charge of "making it happen, and are doing an excellent job," boasts Hubbard. The Talent Search consists of five levels of competition: local, area, sectional and national. rf A Nl, QWAKP it ii it lg NIVISU held its local competition in the Corbett Center Ballrooms, October 5, 1977, and will send Sylvia Morris to the area competition. Morris played the piano and sang an original composition. Louis Saenz placed second and Flon Viramontes, third. NIVISU displayed a wide variety of talent in the contest, and hopes are that we can have one student make it all the vvay to the top. SPIRITS ALIVEQ THE DOOBIES From "China Grove" to "Chinatown" the Doobie Brothers rocked the house down Oct. 19, 1977 when they appeared at the Pan American Center in what proved to be one of the fall semesters most explosive concerts. The Doobies refer to themselves as "people not stars" and according to Pat Simmons, lead guitarist, "we just try to make the people happy," and that they certainly did. A rotating crystal ball, spraying fireworks. flaming gongs and an illuminated backdrop proudly spelling out "The Doobie Brothers" highlighted the evenings excitement. The Doobies performance ended. too soon, with Simmons leaping from his amplifer with an explosion of light resulting in ultimate darkness. The crowd screamed for more and the Doobies appeared once again, this time with Crackin, their warm-up band, and then again for a second encore. The Doobies departed with "we'll see you next year." S Y 6 an 8 I v ..A, E12 mi' , ,, W .429 'W will ' -WH A Wai, f" ,fp 1' ww '- v n Mi.. ,S rx, 1--. f. - Pr' Y ' Q' ' -I k ly gif. 'fl f , 'i -.RW 'L . ' ZA 1., 'Oy' . P A .. N , fe.. 'gy 1 , . .. W -- - V e ,- ' 3 Tix F," v Hdrw- fm " ,. tiff F x 2 ' n-1, a. r... - .. ',.g-'N ' " "vi L:'w"":" 1. 1 I v -A ' - :nf F' ff!! . . A, , , af V Z 1 , H iP?:',flf"4L -:LSU QRS' h... -- M-12179, i it Q' ' N 'M' i . 5 'al LF? if 'x x 7 ' .si -vi W Qi I wi 4 g in 1 .4 M l it It Q I rv1,' ', -1 E P , . ' l 'v I 1" I H ., la 1 f !"'V' N 'ff a ti Q u x 'X 6- I- P- it 1-:QR lxx O V - ,S M4-I 4' ,:' gm ,my -L . 5: Q NIVISU HOSTS 1977 HGIVIECOIVIING That Homecoming fever got under way once again Saturday morning as a pageant of floats, horses, clowns and cars paraded dovvn Solano Street. Next over 14.- OOO, a record crowd. flooded Memorial Stadium. The pregame show savv Governor Jerry Apodaca crown lovely Marlena Garland the 1977 Homecoming Queen and "Pride" hosted an eleven band consortum for the crowds entertainment. All seemed to move smoothly until a fired up Lobo team dampened the Homecoming spirit with a disappointing 35-13 victory. 50 HAPPENINGS ld hcis AFRHU3 Of the B15 BHD wwf PGGIES ROAST A GBC!! Q., -4' . V " .. , jg- ,, .I -rv' 52 HAPPENINGS 117 I 1 wr' in ,JW ... -. J'-5 ...X i'wv YI 'F-FA I 'qv- ":'." '."' v-.'.'- 'IV' 1 "ful 0, v".'na.-- -, --lm N. I . ' ." fun,-. uu- .. .- ., f,4,h. 1 'u fg!.,,q '.."fn". 11.1 I rw MgW,n,Mmsmwzzwzzww ,X K. l 'Q as 'itll 1 , ,Z f X I Z g Z 1-'11 Homecoming 1977 bore the theme "Lobo Roast" as spirit, red and white and excitement filled the weekends air. The activities began Friday with an Alumni Associa- tion Board of Directors Luncheon and two classes, the class of 1927 and the class of 1952, celebrated their 50th and 25th reunions. That night the "Pride" led a band of followers to a blazing bonfire at the side of the Pan American Center to roast a lobo. A three band dance jamboree followed inside Pan Am. HAPPENINGS 53 l fl X l Q- However, halftime brought the "Pride" band and the fans bubbled with something no one could take away: pride. The weekend was not over yet. The night lie ahead and what a night. Pan Am hosted one of its largest crowds ever as the Osmonds appeared in a smashing concert and there was a disco held in Corbett Center. A weekend, largely coordinated by the students, that will hold memories of thrills, chills and fun for years to come . . . Homecoming '77. 54 HAPPENINGS wi ALIVE AND WELL- THE CLASSES 1927 8m 1952 ...FOR A FINALEZ THE OSIVIONDS The 1977 Homecoming came to a close Saturday night October 30 as Donny 81 Marie, in their usual high quali- ty variety show, captivated a near sell out crowd at the Pan American Center. Nluench preceeded the Osmonds with what appeared to be a hard act to follow. However. the best was yet to come. A huge screen fell from the rafters and three minutes of film clips flashed before an enjoying audience. Then a roar swept the stadium as the two energetic stars appeared. They were an instant success and house vibrated with music and clapping. The Osmond Brothers added to the shows variety and with their emotional performance of "Crazy Horses" the crowd became estatic. Donny 81 Marie, with their poise and flair, ensured that the evening never saw a dull moment. All personable, honest-to-goodness people, the Osmond family bubbl- ed with excitement about the show. Donny says, "we love entertaining and sharing our music with people like you." The show was one of entertainment, laughter and excitement as it offered an intimate experience to each member of the audience. 56 HAPPENINGS . HAPPENINGS 57 NlVlSU'S CACHE Tucked away on the west end of campus is the Univer- sity Museum and its collection of Southwestern ar- tifacts and NMSU memorabilia. The Museum was in- itiated in 1959 and is presently under the direction of Dr. Stanley Bussey and Toni Sudar-Murphy. Much of what the museum features are donated gifts and borrowed items. Volunteers and Museology students help research and construct the permanent exhibit of pre-history for educational use and another display which has an annual theme change. "VVe are very proud of our museum and the students are the power behind it." The University Museum will offer everyone a cultural, nostalgic adventure into the past. N dl, :lg . F, Mg' Xp ., , 58 HAPPENINGS 1 I EF ,QM rl T1 J - A 5 A I .- --ip "' - sn' y i n ' J SSH . , it Fun, . 0 L D , -11 , Q i ID U S Y w ' ' . A I t ' . . - " F51 E: ifwfiilffa A , 7524 - 5:21fQ:'5f' ' A 4 'U H' . ,Q A - . f .. Q A ffx' ' h U I .El--v "' ' W X I 5 1 .V E, S 1 f ' ' , -, . - L 3 -f A . 1 1' , .. . - . Y - , P 2 ,. .,g I ' i A L ,. 'E'-'L.. . 3' 1- - , , -V .T ,..-.U W Q I ll:-5, I! I 4 f m , , N A 1 MN 1 'W 'F r 1 . w Q, gg! K g j - ' I I qu- . . if ,fl ,535 P? . 1 in S' , -:gum -L ww? kt. Country music superstar Johnny Rodriguez performed in a concert-dance at the Pan American Center Oct. 14, 1977. Rodriguez started playing the guitar while in jail. He was discovered when a Texas Ranger told a friend about him and he was soon offered a job by Tom T. Hall. Since then Rodriguez has enjoyed a career as a top country western performer. The ladies watched in avve and the men tapped their feet as Rodriguez sang some of his greats like "That's the Way Love Goes" and "Just Get Up and Close the Door." An evening of good 'ole country music and the grand two-step. Q -,4" 60 HAPPENINGS av, 1 1 Ill - 1 Q L:L' J in .V 1 F . 4 ' VP: J 1 'jg SIM' l"'f .l...liZ.!'X-1 J--N www HAPPENINGS 61 Once again the annual Ag-Day festivities aroused tl great spirit of competition as a number of students tu ed out to participate in the event. The games comme: ed as brave students stepped forward, unaware of wl was in store, to partake in such things as tobacco sp ting, clothes stringing, bat spinning, an egg toss and fish catch. The games were followed by a picnic and dance that evening where Amy Bigbee, who was spc sored by the Ag and Econ Club, was crowned Ag-E Queen. The event was a publicity ef-fort by the Ag a Econ Council designed to create an insight, on the p of the students, as to what the College of Agriculti has to offer. A ff - N, . W9 va' 'vig 1 l ' 1 x ,,'E5E QAA1 . 1 1 '-E , f A um- - wi MW WR' ' Q 'iii-M 'in-.4 ' 1 5,4-,w .,a-Ll:Q'il3i5ff:fi'Cff-f- ri, V , - 1.53g:.,- -,1,.,,'.,.m.A - ffl?-:-.-f:f:,-fs, ,, 5 .,,.4-wef-w ' 1-1.1 A "- 1 ,Cf-H"" ""f'i H 'I f - A ' 3 N. .WFP if ,, P 'HAPPENINGS 63 CUFRIOUS? 'TWAS IVIAGICAL David Young presented "lVlahonri the lVlagician" and world of magic to a responsive Corbett Center cro Sept. 21, 1977. Manonri, a fascinating young magic trained in the art of illusion, performed a number mystical magical feats. Swallowing fire, making dox disappear and linking and unlinking metal rings wi just a few "tricks" that stirred curiosity and drew ment. ln an impressive show, lvlahonri, entertained and satisfied his audience. J ,,.. 64 HAPPENINGS if L, -ffbvr KEYES ALIVE: MAC FRAIVIPTCN The unique sounds of Mac Frampton filled NlVlSU's Little Theater Nov. 4 1977. Frampton is catagorized as a jazz musician, but his music is based on a classical technique, drawing liberally from jazz and rock tunes. Frampton is the master of many instruments as well as a singerfcomposer and he continues to draw larger and larger audiences wherever he plays. Presently, Frampton has four albums to his credit and has toured around the world spreading his style of music to receptive audiences, like the one he had at NIVISU. HAPPENINGS 65 SHRINE CIRCUS Clovvns, elephants, jugglers, the trapeze, horses and colorful people covered the floor of the Pan American Center February 15, 1978 where the Shrine Circus appeared in tvvo perfor- mances. Their purpose vvas to entertain and that they did. as starry-eyed audiences containing people of all ages came to watch what is dubbed "the greatest show on earth." The circus vvas a benefit sponsored by the local Shriners. , ..., ,- l '4:sl.wm.Q-Q ---ff -' - M' '-" ' ive 66 HAPPENINGS 1-. iff:-4 f n.c5.K . V-- fg - , L2 .'X A ' '1 5 L ' I THE CGLCJBFUL OAKLAND BALLET The Pan American Center hosted an exciting evening of exquisite dance presented by the Oakland Ballet Com- pany February 10, 1978. The performance began with the colorful miniballets Shades of Evening, Gallops and Kisses, and The Ravel Piano Concerto. Then came a dramatic interpretation of Billy the Kid followed by a brilliant finale that brought the evening to a close. Coordinated costumes and expressive dance added to the production and an appreciative audience enjoyed a very professional ballet. The event vvas a cooperative ef- fort by ASNIVISU and The University Culture Board. of, ,rv , 1 df 1 . .L ga HAPPENINGS 67 .. J' "T If f-ff :"" !'! U x ig A "1 F' . 2 2 - I D2 Y 5 f is if I . ,- A if , 2, t ff. , - " 1' ' 1 , . Q ' 'yy X! I Y 3 ,L ,,, Us' ' p If J ' iijflyf ' S' 'E' ' ' ff Q? UA' ,5 Q'-IC A- 5-' JI s- vn Q 'WW vzitf-+ . .F A 4 Bd' Q' l' Q, 'Z 534' 00 '15, " I5 7 . uf L, he f. , f 'Elf v' ' N s 'lt' J fl Ai' W ug f... ,I 'X 1 'ani if ' Zi a Z ff' v A J f .V - - L U nf' I Lil ' u i. iii Q fini: - in , 1 4 X av. nf Fin f N "f 1'rg-Tfj ff if x X gifs-iff H2-1 ,f f j ' , Ia I -gnsff An enthusiastic crowd of 3500 welcomed the Charlie Daniels Band in a February 16 concert at the Pan American Center. The mood was set with an aweson backdrop depicting majestic Tennesse mountains il- luminated by sunsets or a full moon. Daniels progressive Southern rock sounds had the audience clapping and a tapping to the beat of such hits as Uneasy Rider and Saddle Tramp. Then Charlie pulled out his fiddle and commenced to bring the crowd to its feet, and that's how they remained as they called him back for three encores. Daniels fiddled his way into the hearts of the audience with Cumberland Mountain No. 9, The South's Gonna Do It Again. and his own version of The Orange Blossom Special. Stillwater, also possessing a Southern rock flavor, preceeded Daniels. CHARLIE DANIELS FIDDLIN' FEVER HAPPENINGS G9 70 HAPPENINGS BLACK WEEK: HEADLINES TOP TALENT UU 'IP' I 1 ,qrx in sw' Q J fHll ,ga Mia 35 Eg K 4 Q.. '4 -ff.. li. lu. iv . . - 1 1 U :iff 1, , " iz . - .-.d A , ' A I , . ' M: x , 1 fa, fx , f if l " 4 R25 X ' :J Fig' ' V 'agu a' L ui .-:gil 1-'A ' i - V - rim- ii- 1 M- .x -TH. 'Li ' rg 1. H I , i Qkffv ,' ,'x Z U-my' Q ', 4 . .5 , ' , 1 :N- . ' ' -.f 1 'N , 5 Xu -fp' I -' fi 'ilk 'r'5f'STf11q.: '3 1 ' " H, Y P f-' in 25? 1654, f .1 ,Q ggfkj- 5,3--' ' - " ,f K' F. f' ,cf EW ,. , , - - 5 -L ., nb -1 V . ,S A ,, ff' - 5. Y' AS, f Uqzilf-'T' A4 1- 4 : 'TT'gi2'1."'?1 ' V QQIJ.-g?.x.L I ,-4 . 1 '-11 - me -Jn ,513 Y V . Q.y?j,Efi2-:J--5.-.tj', . , W ., - ,,...,- ,1 ,X - -'f+,: VLZFA' 'H w'f?x U, 1 , Y - , - r. 72 HAPPENINGS . 1 . , fx f ' N x 3 , n, TM? ', '. 'Favs 1- ', ': 'E xi K x Rib: L V' liixfgtf . . Lfkggoff ,, f,i3Es.w.f 3 af ,ESI-'L Nt-r Q E 53 an w s ,, , gggiwx PICNIC IN THE PARK -i K: -i -,.,4 . . Af. 1 '3 rl ,pi -31' ft 'ii L, X The Black Programs Department and the Associated Black Students Hailing Action CBASI-lAl combined ef- forts to produce a vibrant 1978 Black Week. The week bore the theme "Ethnic Survival" and programs vvere planned accordingly. Activities included the movie "Pipe Dreams," a skating party, Community Night, Mother Continent Night with speaker Ms. Salimatio Diallo, the Black Theater and Black Expression Night. Special guests Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee presented a dramatic interpretation. The festivities came to a close February 25 with a bar-b-que in Preciado Park, followed by a concert featuring the exciting Con Funk Shun and Tac and Fury, and finally an "After Set" party. A week of bustling activity designed to be a cultural experience for black students. HAPPENINGS 73 "l grew up wanting to sing" says Grammy Award winner Crystal Gayle, and that she did before a crowd of 3500 at the Pan American Center March 6, 1978. Her sweet, mellow, sound captivated the audience as she sang such hits as I'II Get Over You and Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue. The equally talented Gene Cot- ton preceeded Gayle with his own top tunes, Let Your Love Flow, and his current hit Before My Heart Finds Out. A very receptive crowd enjoyed an evening of fine entertainment sponsored by KGRT-KGFQD Radio. The concert was a benefit for the. Aggie Cheerleaders and Pride Band. 74 HAPPENINGS " 'L ,W .. - nv.- , 'urn " . --. - ' v . , . gf.. ---.J- Lr --. ..- ' .f 41. -- Nr. 1 .a." 1. k 3-N1 ..-.' -. A Q: . . y3x w rc- NAA. ,:., . . . . , , x . ' YJ' w v ji. ' ' '.g ". Q X .0 'Q' . .lib-I. :,. -in 51. "x ' 'aj-'01 f",Q',L"'I'."'. 1 ,- 4 , 4 , X, N.. 'L':,'x:? . 'a fail Q gjrggff A, '-ffff ltljkygl . ni X, 1 HAPPENINGS 75 A WEEI OF SHARIN KNOWLEDG AND HAFIDSHIP games, poetry and drama were just a few ac- that highlighted Handicap Awareness Week 5-11. Sponsored by the Barrier Breakers, the was designed to help dispell attitude barriers handicapped students. The Little Gallery in Center housed a display of mobility and sensory while the week featured a long list of events. wo movies, Butterflies are Free and The Other of the Mountain were shown and the Broadway Same Time Next Year was seen at Pan Am. A panel discussion, poetry readings and wheelchair races contributed to the weeks festivities. Also, the Deans of the Colleges gained a bit of first hand experience as they spent half a day in a wheelchair. An action packed wheelchair basketball game between the Albuquerque Happy Hoopers and the Tucson Wild Chairs brought an informative week to a close. ."x, . Q 1 -'?"'ul X i HAPPENINGS 77 Q... I -...Y Lf HAPPENINGS 79 E7 :af L.. 115, 1? -if-V-,pk A 1 1' ai Q S, '9 Hu' 1+ if I v. ul' QQ- 'IEP 1351 Q'1' E ggi '. f... ,Q Ve- A: . ,- ':-,-. '!1'f9:v'f'w'2' ,iw M-3.. 6:93. Jn". "F-A , . ' -- Q' " Q',gi. :mf -.V L - sam' W' Eau, NIVISU ENJOYS BRGADWAY HIT ame Time Next Year, Broadway's smash hit com- dy appeared at the Pan American Center lVlarch 8. 978 as part of Handicap Awareness Week. Katheryn rosby and Tony Russel starred in Bernard Slade's --mf-ffwus drama of two married people, although not to each other. who meet at the same time and each year. The story contained six scenes to cover a period of 30 years, each meeting revealed significant change in one or both of the characters personalities. A delightful satire of a love affair, Same Time Next Year was thoroughly enjoyed by the audience. Following the performance there was a champagne reception at the Holiday Inn de Las Cruces, for those who wished to come and personally meet lVlrs. Crosby and lVlr. Russel. HAPPENINGS 81 ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING "A face is worth a 1000 words," especially when it belongs to Toad the lVlime. November 8, 1 977 brought Antionette Atell, alias Toad the Mime, to the NIVISU University Theater. The ultimate professional, Toad is truly an artist in the field of pantomime. Every muscle in her body constantly moves and speaks as she performs. "Anything and everything," is what one gets out of her performances. Toad not only performs for her audience, but with them as vvellg taking them through the serious, humorous, questionable and baffling. A delightfully fun shovv. 82 HAPPENINGS 4 '11- 45:1 E' Sf, Sta' CHANGES FUR THE BETTER! 'mu , ' 2. " T ' , M111 HAPPEN Performance of music and teaching of music go hand in hand at NMSU's Department of Music. Each member of the faculty is involved in the performance of music. The key to the department's success however lies in student participation. NMSU has over 25 performing ensembles. Perhaps the most well known and most popular is the Pride Band, famous for their spectacular half-time shows during football season and their energetic leader Tim Lautzenheiser, fondly referred to as "Mr. L". The Department of Music offers these programs leading to a Bachelor of Music Education and Bachelor of Music. The department also has a variety of classes and programs for those interested in music as a hobby. The most important aspect surrounding the department is their interest in just "making music". Rl l .Q m HJ f 4 ,Pm B4 HAPPENINGS A QF V . N .' I. L 'X Ng WHEN YOU'VE GIVEN YOUR BEST AND YOU'VE GIVEN IT ALL, . . . THAT'S PRIDE! ENGINEERS DAY April 8, 1978 was dubbed Engineer's Day as engineer majors put away their calculators and began to celebrate. The fun began that morning with greased pole climbing, a pie eating contest, an egg toss and other activities. After exhausting their energies in games the engineers flocked to a kegger at the river. All in all a worthwhile venture and time vvell spent, according to the engineers. 4 EU' wgrmrut F I 86 HAPPENINGS In preparation of the Beach Boys arrival KNIVIS hosted a pool party at the Natatorium. The Crowd below watches with interest as students battled it out in a Sidewalk Surfing Contest also sponsored by KNIVIS. L E I HAPPENINGS 87 , . yn .I ' Hg, Q , H -4 X . 'SL 1 5 fl ' 1 ,lr if N ' , f N 1 E95 5 I' V' 1 - w . 1 Q ' ' W 5 j ' w. 5M "74fQ,ri' ' l N x 4 v' M , ,T fi 1 , J V I , N. W 1 wfqJ4? wa' 'F 1 ,.f, K I V A44 W I iii. Q u L 4? 4 7 f? N l A X s , W TS. f fin N' ,?,,,f --.P ian X. Y A Y an is ,1 P. b NATIVE AIVIEFIICANS- GET TOG ETH EFI The Southwest American Indian Days, according to director of Native American Studies, Harry Lujan, served as "a chance for people to get together and renew old acquaintances." The week of March 27-April 1 was designated as the 1978 Indian Week to honor our many Native American students. Guest speaker Wendall Chino, president of the Nlescalero Apache Tribe, spoke on Indian Awareness, which included many of the current issues facing Indians today. A fashion show, basketball tournament, dance featuring the 'Desperados', and a combined Pow Wow and barbeque in Preciado Park all contributed greatly to a successful week. 90 HAPPENINGS 3 ,fy ' w v,. 1 1 A '4-Rpm' wp 11 QS -11 EORGE J STEVENS MR. G E TRIBE APACN SAN CARLOS. ARIZONA c ns , HAPPENINGS 91 In P 'V ix Af ia HAPPENINGS 93 GO GFlEEKSl Once again the week of April 9-13, 1978 served as the annual Greek Week. Coordinated by the Greek Week Committee, the event was designed to promote brother and sisterhood among all Greeks and friendship to all. Each day flourished with activity, beginning with the traditional painting of "A" Mountain followed by a torch-lighting ceremony in the evening. Other events in- cluded a Greek fellowship, Greek Games, the Greek Sing and closing with the Regatta held at the river. For all those involved the week meant hard work and a lot of time, but loads of fun and togetherness. .wa---l - .Q l 'J assi--G 94 HAPPENINGS Q Asmh t' . -...Q V a-award. . f, ,.- ,, n1,w wp., fm HQIQ . April 16-21 was designated as Chicano Week NMSU and the schedule of events for the vx overflowed with activity. Sponsored by the Chicano fairs Program and Campus Activities, the festiv began with a picnic, mariachi music and an auto sl all in Preciado Park: followed by the movie "Lucia" evening. Other films on Hispanic life were sho throughout the week. A folk ballet featuring the Ball Folklorico de NIVISU and El Teatro, a group of loc junior and senior high school students and an arts a crafts show added culture and tradition to the eve Also highlighting the week was a two-hour panel di cussion on "Participation of the Chicana in Societ The festivities served to make everyone more aware the Chicano culture and attitude. 4 1- ,Aid I EEN ,W -n HAPPENINGS 97 if K ."? ,. 98 HAPPENINGS ,iz 1 We .3 Q . ,',,,,.,, , B -.SN .., ., vw - ,425-su E -. .wi-.5 W 5531 - I r,.4 ' M, ' 'f7u".' 2 xi.-1, w A .xwf ' , V-f::,'5,v,.L1,"f: L --iw: , , if , gm Yu L, ,N ,, ,M ,5, ,M QI, ,,, " IA ' - "!'fi,.,1 gi- - WM 3 , . -- ' J' 1 ,' . lf- , 1. '1. 5121,--I 1 5- 4.lA-Nr, J' "Q, Vw 1 '+ -,gg T .' X 51 -fv-2' 'HU-EJ" ' .YM7 Q 1' -' ' 'fa ff fy, K 3 - ,M I. -Lgiffyw ki,:4,l5:- Iaiflblgiz-REE , N Q: is 'Q ,',,T 'algfjf' ' rl. J 135.455 . ,fs ix "x R N? ,i 1 -, ' f ., ,g-,Mgt--L-.J A 1: I-,fi .. , . , V N w.w,,F+,, fmfv. .LQKS ,, . 2, A A x . W, A W' , - ., - -- 1, Aw' 4,22 -' , . 1,991 --., ,- ,ff W-1. .Q .1 ., fx, ,ig is ,:.Q.L!sf: :af - L, fiL.w-rf'.sf'f M ' ' swikgimk ' nc 'Qu .1 N..- Vx-.x HAPPENINGS 99 CHANGING, CHALLENGING 41-- v -- 4- 100 HAPPENINGS r W l ,- , I-Jn KK.. Y L9 lr 9. U, 0 '35 si Es ' n I 5'-ll! ' l' v 1 "Busy" is the best way to describe the week of April 10- 14, 1978, Women's Week at NIVISU. The week bore the theme "Changing with the Past, Challenging the Future" and activities centered around seminars, lectures, films, luncheons, a workshop and banquet. The 25th Annual Women of Achievement Banquet kicked off the festivities, recognizing outstanding NMSU and community women and awarding scholarships. Jenny Chavez and Nancy Ann Lee shared the honor of being named Senior Women of Achievement for 1977- 78. Women weren't the only one's to walk away with awards, however, Steven Scholl became the first male to receive the Spur of the Year Award. Lupe Anguiano, director of the National Women's Program Development Corporation, topped the list of guest speakers: as she conducted a series of talks and dis- cussions. An Arts and Crafts carnival served as a delightful change of pace. It was a productive week for all who participated. :,... '91 vw W I . . fa? 1' " xx 4 HAPPENINGS 101 1 "There could be nothing more challenging or more fun than being the wife of the president of a university," claims Jean Thomas. wife of President Gerald Thomas. "Gerald and I work as a team, our goals are the same and so is our love for the university and I help him by be- ing as supportive of him as l can," she says lovingly. Jean feels she plays the "traditional role" of the president's wife, that of entertaining guests, socializing and constantly being in the public eye. Jean is warm, sensitive, and "sweet-as-a-peach," and enjoys all the homey hobbies of a woman: cooking, especially with chili, quilting, reading, and painting. "l love taking courses from the university too," she adds. The most relaxing thing however, "is when Gerald and I can spend a weekend at our cabin in the GiIa." Jean claims she is learning all the time and putting out a "speciaI ef- fort" to get to know people is very important to her. This is the Thomas' eighth year at NMSU and according to Jean the best thing about it is "All the wonderful people and students you meet." SUNRISES, JUJUBES AND GRAND ARNIER "Of course there are frustrations," admits Peggy Elder about her job as Vice-President of Student Affairs. "But sometimes I get things done" and that's where satisfac- tion comes in. Some of the responsibilities placed on her office include acting as a mediator between the student government and the administration, an advocate for the students, an interpretor of university policy and an ad- visor for the many campus activities. Through her office Peggy is seeking to put forth a new thrust in program- ming geared to meet the needs of the handicapped, women, older and regular students. At 5'4" the sandy blonde is a native of Los Angeles, attended college in Seattle, Washington, but now refers to herself as hook- ed on the Southwest. Ghost towns, green enchiladas, the theater, margaritas, movies and her huge record collection are among her favorite pastimes. Peggy also enjoys the outdoors: biking and what she calls "wogging" a cross between walking and jogging go hand in hand with her Volkswagen. Though her time is well accounted for, Peggy tries to find time for all of these as well as taking the time to get to know as many students as she can, and being the AWS sponsor makes it easier. But, according to Peggy the three things that describe her best are "sunrises. jujubes, and Grand Mar- mer." HAPPENINGS 'l O3 UFO'S SPUH POPULAR QUESTIONS Dr. J. Allen Hynek, one of the leading authorities on UFOs in the United States, gave a tvvo-hour presenta- tion on the UFO experience. Dr. Hynek spoke to a large crowd on the many types of UFOs, the numerous theories and showed a slide presentation of different UFO features. Hynek also described his role as a technical advisor for the popular movie "Close En- counters of the Third Kind." Though he has never witnessed a UFO, Hynek says he believes something exists but he isn't sure what they are. 2 F, - - V -,--M--.5 ,.-.-at--...,f . 5 ,V I- U - . s1--p,1- - V 'iw' - P3 ' 5: ,li Jil. 'w,.::i., t. '11 ' , , iii l t me X B it S ff iv ',V ' ts .Thr-Y V '. aa- Hi f"" W 3 Y ii all ill! 5 iit i FE I-it . Wi .Q J f ' A jill' 2? ,l ll. ?"w.- , Q . ll. ,- ff? J 7""gi-'xkwitggtt ffw x , , . , . 104 HAPPENINGS 1' hun A - XFN - if .li , 'IB' .4 T' A i W Q, ' 1 X AS TRADITIONAL AS SPRING- . . . BLOW-OFF Bunches of booze, bands and people could only mean one thing . . . SPRING BLOVV-OFF. The Rio Grande was the site as four local bands provided the music and Budwiser supplied 80 kegs of beer for 8200 students and faculty. Sponsored by the Veterns Association and Campus Activities, the blow-off, once again, had the largest turnout of any NIVISU activity. The blow-off is held each year the week before finals. It gives the students one last chance to blow it all off and blow it off they did. 'egg 106 HAPPENINGS HAPPENINGS 107 THE END IS ONLY THE BEGINNING The air was filled with mixed emotions as 1200 graduates received their degrees May 13, 1978. The event marked the 85th annual Commencement Service at NIVISU. Dr. Gerald Thomas and the Deans of the various colleges held the honor of awarding the degrees. The honorary degrees and awards for Outstan- ding Seniors, from the individual colleges, were also given. The evening was one of joy, pride, excitement and even sorrow, but it will be remembered by each for the rest of their lives. N gill? D71 f Y--I -- , to -' f'x4, l , "I it 'J , fr ISV' . .,'F '45 'sv 108 HAPPENINGS H. ., .. 51 HAPPENINGS 109 110 HAPPENINGS ' '- . A 3144. --' :ff ' KK,MfiCttZj""' mei"-1i"1' . . "X . ..T"'1'2" ' "-' +- ..- , .- 1 3'-W., -- ..,....,.A. .. A..- f 0 - if - fran A' ' ." ' n - :.j,'.' , 5' , L- - -fm-1. -f .::.1'4-af: 34" H ,, . -. . - -. v ,zz .'-Ep.. 7 .5 inf.: 11:54 . -'-:- , ...M .14-. . ' v '.'-:: 1--lglnet---. ' " 1.-5,1 " '.1 - v - "?::.:'---'I-H-er'.m ' ' . it 1 HAPPENINGS 111 112 HAPPENINGS STUDENTS EXPERIENC SPIRITUAL AWARENES r '-" For many students religion is, or becomes a major influence in their college experience. There is a variety of denominations represented at NMSU and the campus community provides the students with a number of student organizations. The Wesley Foundation, Cantebury Center, Newman Center, Baptist Stu- dent Union, Presbyterian Campus Ministry, and the Latter Day Saints are' the seven most closely associated with NIVISU students. All of these centers maintain an informal atmosphere and offer various activities for the students, retreats, Bible studies, co-recreational sports, dances and meals are just a few of them. But the thing that sets these apart from other campus organizations is that they offer an opportunity for spiritual growth and fellowship. These are the assets that provide the student with the chance to fulfill his own individual needs. HAPPENINGS 113 L .-1 fx x .i Q35 raw 5 4 rf' PY'-'fx , 'a ,X 'NS , -. 35.9 ' '16, 1 - . ' - Arr-'r". .. 'r ' f 1 M , ...X Q 3, I, Q A..,.j'-J. L. , Z. , ,E ,.. g. , .- 1. .,-. -1 -:. ,,.:. 1' f1.'fQ-'Eff . sf: '.-"' .5 .- .1 w:.:.e-E., 1 .,. ." -S yn-H W-3 A -'- eg: f 1.5 -:'- .1 a. AT: '- v . srrffk.-. 51. vw, .,,.. - .Xi .H ' V '- .r3 ' 3--.f -.,.,,, fr Z: .3-. - f' 3 u 'I"':"f- ' 4' + 1 w. 'ai- ... y , ..,, ' --'T.5,"-L11-'. ' f. :'-..': . I ' . -f x , V 1, . Q gm .. in A ,. K W 14. f'-L' af 5. 3' 'D 'N ,iff 1: 71 Jw, ' l BRADLEY'S LAST ATTEIVI PT PROVES FUTILE After vvinning their season opener, the Aggie Football team had high hopes for a winning '77 season. However. what lie ahead vvas a struggling season full of hard work resulting in little reward and the Aggies finished with a 4-7 season record. Although the season vvas not one of their best in terms of wins and losses. the Aggies last season in Memorial Stadium proved to be one for individual performance. COMPETITION 117 1,5 A-fiat, 9, Af.. , ,W 41.38 I. Y . , I af-igfff - 42,-r. ivwzi,-'f' f 1 'Yi , Defensive end Andre Anderson, placekicker Skip Ver- non, vvide receiver Stanley Sam, quarterback Rick Horacek. safety Ray IVlilo and offensive tackle Gary Hull all had outstanding seasons gaining individual titles and breaking and making records. Anderson topped the list after being selected to play in the East-West Shrine All- Star Game, becoming the first Aggie ever to play in that game, 118 COMPETITION +9- J if " --if .I-",X'a'rff Ftirsfc " T- :au:915ks,::f:.,Lehwf:: ...,4,,.,..,- ,,-. , 1 'K ff ll HUA r ? 4 i 1, iff f. al -1 w In cf W Avy , as sq. x-.,:'o - s 3 n X -Q U U F " fr s f A .V 1 . 'nfl ,Q Q' 15 ff V 0 A Wt? 'Q ' L .f ' ' W --'Ng F , 'x I 'w-'Hi I 3 ,ff N yr -N If " ...v mari? V-4 5 A4 S I' al 5 s J r A i X . + ,,44 EL Y ,- '1' 'I ' V - L, J V ' " ' .gg ,Q ww? -'- f N W 3 N fi 9 A X Q -',. A ' 1 fi E255 ,vf W" ' '-38. -. ,.n, F' y 4!'A".". 43 GJ gf 45, sq +, Coach Jim Bradley. who was under tremendous pressure throughout the season and will not be retur- ning next year, had his share of difficulty as he tried, but to no avail, to pull the vetern squad together before the end of the season. The Aggies lost 19 seniors at the end of the season and next years team proves to be a young one. The Aggies will open their '78 season in a brand new stadium with a new coach, new players and a fresh start. 120 COMPETITION L- -:7L""" ,.., 7:2-51. K, H. M -'w,,-.g - , ., , I-.sw new-s ,ia,ai55w'Skwx:w,.2E f ' VK -.' ,Yu x v, ' , M -,Ai-V S 12' ' 'xg N., - 'Y i ' ' nv was ' ' ,ii I .X A -.., ' xl . 15" .2-2,-9 -' "i!'xGP4L'E1w Ami W -- gf Iv: A , Ed: 1.- COIVIPETITION 121 +33 S: -,"!l'7 5' X .1 .1 Q ..,1u,4 K , f ,... ,Q If ,Q lu X I W d X 1 N 'sz der N E Y ' X 5 JW N 5 N 'thug-Q I . s - 'fm 5, f 1 , I A4 Qt '- a I V jmfhrrf ' -2 A1 f H n E-L :Q 'I . 14... I . 'I 'si S A. i , I 1 if X751 M in , f izzr fifft' :"2.gL,, 7, , T ,Q xx , 5 W , rg: ?f, A"',.g:' ' Y4 ':1"j'I1-i3!'gxA --is -G "'i'.vJ, 'FP U A 'P ,Q vi 4 " YW ' 1 .HM wvfff jzsfctfxw ' I vhr ..-zfbffk 5,6-'f1If'fM qfff -' -If-1 . Mk- -. ,gr M.. f. -ff W W 1,44 4 'Uflfil 'V' ff- , ,iiv -5 rim fs' 7' If-if '-w 971341 '- M' -':" K . ull' '-Tiff diff ' f 'jk xc" .44 'J lf," TAA!-ff, E 5 ., 'xi'-' ' ag .QLf'.i"Ta1, -1 , , f -- -my? qi, - . W 'L .- ? . 1 Fl" . RB' 2 Ass- ,, J. ,ff Y!--1 if Q I nun 1 - AGGIES EARN TEAM TITLE The Lester Harrelson Memorial Arena was once again the site of the annual Aggie Rodeo Association In- tramural Rodeo. The competition took place in two sessions, Nov. 4 and 5. The Rodeo hosted both student and non-student competitors. Contestants, both men and women, participated in various events like: bareback and saddle bronc riding, calf dressing, bull riding, steer wrestling, barrel racing, goat tying, breakaway roping, and ribbon roping. Teamwise the Aggie lVIen's Team showed their professionalism by taking the lVlen's Team Title and trophy. Outstanding in- dividual performers included: Jim Cooper, Buford Harris, Dell Holloman and Jef-f lsaacks. F? 1-r21+2s?el FW '-4' '.,-.- 1-?, -. COMPETITION 123 WATER POLO COMPETITION Only in its second year, VVater Polo has become one of NlVlSU's fastest growing sports. The Aggie Water Polo Team showed remarkable improvement this season, going against some of the top competition in the nation. the team still finished with a respectable 13-1 1 record. Led by Coach I Dave Roach, the water polo team possesses great talent and the potential for becoming a top level competitor in the sport. High scorers for the season were senior Bob Cody, sophomore Bob Hahn and freshman Paul Eckenroad. 124 COMPETITION COMPETITION 125 , ' f ff' 'Ii T57 2' M' H A ""'-' fn . W ' V x'-Q . ' 44 3 Y. NL ' R T' '. . . xv... 5 . li . Nik 2 t ,-"4x,'i"' X I - H L WIZJLNQQ: ,1 , A"',1-giy K 'r A ' 1 13.45 I '. " 154- '21 3? gf. - " Y - 11 - .3 '-+V, M fad' l, fist 'lf -i X- If V, 1 .n If J 'X fx f mn. - 1, -1, U 'f I xi . -N rl ny, xl 'X Q Vg ,,, Q , ' . NZ- ' Q ' A W - 1 .3 .. i 1 I . -'if " i!..!f'lx - :QQ . - ',VV f 4-. 1-:L . , . " +1 0 5 1 Q ,, ' ' 5 ' L . sl ig --:-if Ai- -1 'itat' 0 1 , ff ' ' " j 3' - - g - : Q .Q 2 ' tu. Haig. H. .I lf, - Z My I, 45, , I .4 A V. If --.L . .sm ' u , Z ' - -I Z 'xx A 1:1 E '2' '. w M' A' , 'SQ , 1 ,,..a,,-.,.fT"' ,, , -N Tl 2 psf' '- V? ,J -' ' '. .V vi V -Y-13' 4.4, 'r It ilkwajwziy . z - , A,-1 , Y 5 Y mi -,., H QL . , k 1.7 ' - 1 ,. E A -'1 Y 'gf f. - 9 ' Al M . J 5. f- , . mf . 1 J. . f?"K-ll . ' X, ' J.-.A 6 5 H :Sul ..- .,f.f.ff- . . 2' ' E fr -vf ' 1 . ' I -,- U 2-fi' 4 'QA . -1 Q 2 .7 , 1' '-QT ,,.., ' " , 2 yt l gi Q I , . 5 .I 5, ,K tf' '- .. V El . W . S 1 sf . 95.15. Q f . Q n ' ...wwf J , . - ' W 5 ?71?51fi' -- ,Li nazi? 4 .'.Q?? I ..,.:vey5 Q' ' ' -, .A - fJ?7'niiS 'f . Q, V--21, .i x , A ,IL Ukmjnx Q .T Ny' 1.7 "ZIP ,. l :- La' . i,"' ' l --'.-' -El.: Pk '.' .i - 52, -.. 3? -2. 5" f..'1Ufff'f'g. 5..i.-:rw Q r-rv--.dihll-DQ ra. .. -Q. "F ' Y gf J- - -H ,. 0, - , 34.6 3,-J 1.-9 Q , 5' m iw COMPETITION 127 128 COMPETITION 1- P t' 'Ve 'wa .iv Ji I a' -- s- v WE E I IN gt fi .U- COIVIPETITION 1 29 PGTENTIALLY AN GUTSTANDING TEAIVI The NMSU Aggie Basketball Team finished their 1977- 78 season with a 14-13 record. "Potentially vve have an outstanding team", claimed Coach Ken Hayes. Strong players like Danny Lopez, Robert Gunn, Greg Webb, Notie Pate and newcomer Slab Jones added tremen- dously to the Aggies scoring ability. Flebounding by Jones, Gunn and Webb aided their defensive game. The Aggies were backed by a strong bench with Billy Myers Kenny Hayes, Cyrus Cromier and Micah Ovvens. all of vvhom savv a great deal of action throughout the season. The Ags had hopes of an NCAA birth by going all the way to the semi-finals in the Missouri Valley Conference post season tournament. Only to lose a heartbreaker to Indiana State in double overtime. The Ags lead the MVC for a while but a five game losing streak crushed all hopes of regaining last years' title. 'HQ f 130 COMPETITION gr.- K fe'- '55, 5 COMPETITION 131 S 132 COMPETITION LINKSIVIEN COMBINE TALENT AND EXPERIENCE The Aggie Linksmen concluded rather successful Fall and Spring seasons. The Linksmen, like most college golf teams, are striving to combine young talent with veteran experience. "The guys are mature and have self- control", claimed Coach Herb VVimberly, now in his 1 5th year at NIVISU. Outstanding golfers included Doug Good, Ron Vlosich and Karl Jarvis, all finished in the top half of every tournament they entered. The team's best performance was at their own tournament held in November when they placed second out of twelve teams. This year's team consisted of three freshmen, two sophomores and one junior. so although the team will lose five seniors, the future is promising! COMPETITION 133 NETTERS YOUNG BUT STRONG The 1978 Aggie Tennis Team faced what proved to be their toughest season yet. The netters moved into the season with a young but "strong" team according to Head Coach John Noble. The netters lost four of their star players last year and the '78 team contains no senior players. "l think vve'll surprise alot of people", claims Noble, "vve're not picked to do well but vve have confidence." Andy Rice and Scott Lambert hold the top seats and Noble believes they will shine at the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament. 134 COMPETITION . 'VXA X gf COMPETITION 135 136 COMPETITION fast-improving Roadrunner Tennis Team proved to more competitive than ever this season. coach John Noble feels his girls have experience and have grown to be tough com- C G M P I T I C N in their conference. Though their schedule them with some of the Ieague's top teams: the rs readily accepted the challenge. Led by ex- M A R I players like Rita Vasquez, Julie IVlayer. Nlechem, Dolly Paluch and Vicki IVIiIler, the best to get better," says Noble completed a productive year. "vve'II Olav I M P E M E N T 3 I :fri A ,u X' fr P' 1 MGMT' .3 A-Q ,. I , ,. . ., T COMPETITION 137 RGAD RUNNERS BECGIVIE HARD TO BEAT Head Coach Karen Fey combined experience, talent and enthusiasm to lead the 1977-78 Roadrunner Basket- ball Team to a respectable 16-11 season record. The Roadrunners are a member of the Intermountain Athletic Conference involving 14 schools. This year the girls made their first West Coast trip to compete against Long Beach State and Santa Barbara, and hosted the first Roadrunner Invitational in which they placed se- cond. The Roadrunners possess exceptional talent led by Ann lVlcReynolds, a tvvo-time all conference choice: Gail Cozzens, an exciting ballhandlerg and freshman star Katrina Dunnagen. With a mixture of returnees and a few additions the Roadrunners could easily become hard to beat. 1 38 COMPETITION E' x N Q5 in i- - -Po 4 Ii 6 W M' 1' Q QBFS1- EH "1 A I 1 COMPETITION 139 -S, 1-.R 140 COMPETITION 0150 COMPETITION 141 NIVISU WOIVIEN OFFER HARD COMPETITION The 1 977 Roadrunner VVomen's Volleyball Team got off to a good start this year by capturing first place in their Invitational Tournament. The Roadrunners lost their coach Jose O'Shea after their first conference game but picked up Gail Parkins, vvho took her team to a 16-12 season. Parkins refers to the girls as an "outstanding young team who did very well for their first year. I am very hopeful about the future. the girls are great to work with and all have a good attitude," she continued. The Roadrunners finished fourth in their con- ference and went to a tournament in Arizona where they placed second. Outstanding players like Connie Wagoner and Jody Schnieder make the Spring season look promising. 142 COMPETITION COMPETITION 143 Q R1-. J 'il kk time-Qmf' The Flugby Football Club is now in its second year at NIVISU and is fast increasing in popularity. The club is a member of the Rio Grande Flugby Football Union and was one of 26 teams invited to compete in the National Tournament at Louisiana State University, but lack of Ilditre funds prevented the trip. Competing against many student teams the club is often at a disadvantage terms of experience, but they have yet to be beaten l: college team opponent. This year the rugby team hos the Flio Grande Invitational 7-A-Sided Tournament Af.. as X '-N - -.. :f ' M. .lr A vi 25 iw, :mfg if 4. - ---541136 , . 1-,-LA' 1" " A gg! 1- , W -,--1-:::gg:,xgf,gf H 1- ,M WWF-1:S,L,e M14--W 1:-K ATH LETI CS 'I 45 mu nh W .H '51--. wr ' 1 Q 'f l 5V,,,.,,,,1Q., 37, V V. ...,,,.- -- 146 ATH LETI CS ....C.Y,-- w,,. T11 , ....--...... --.-,......- L N.- . .....,....,,---.M -- ,Wow F: 'zl il 5 iI - mijgull lil ill lil - 1 A-5 :-: -l. . I7'5'f ' - N3-11 1 lgt r ' ll Q- ll , il. lib . 44 ,ll 1 f.v:,,.2-, ia: hy,- ' ' '.s-.. . ' az,-lr lsr-. Rei- -- H ,,,., M gr ,wil V i 51 -'gg SWIM TEAIVI PLACES SECOND The Aggie Swim Team finished their 1 977-78 season in second place in the Intermountain Swimming League. In the past the Aggies had dominated the con- ference but a strong Denver team squeezed by to take first this year. Head Coach Jack Welch claims, "We swam very well ,... I'm pleased with our perfor- mance." The Aggies did extremely well on an individual basis. Bob Cody took top honors in the 50 and 100 yard free style and the 100 yard breaststroke, and was nam- ed Outstanding Swimmer at the league championship meet. Marty Hyman, Paul Eckenroad, Steve Patterson along with Cody all placed high in the league standings. ATH LETICS 147 148 ATHLETICS TRACK TEAM BEST EVER been here," said Art Morgan, head coach for the tr team now in his twelfth year at NIVISU. The Aggies they had fielded their best team ever, but in combinat with their toughest schedule of competitors. The tea produced an extremely successful season record put the name NIVISU on the list of teams to beat. T most impressive outcome of the season was the F Fi c 7 "This is definitely the best team we have had since I' e 1 i a dividual performances. Topping that list was shot ace Dennis Diaz along with team captain Darrel lVla a speedster in the 220 and 440 yard dashes. The t team effort put NIVISU in the record books for 1 9 AA . 2 L. , K ' .xx I 1 F L4 5.,-1,1 If lik Q.,- XW 'E ,f .- X: u. - .-dy.-1?-x 4 'tl ' 1 N ATHLETICS 149 1 50 ATHLETICS I X m ,X l -v J' . I' Y ,Mtn :i'? . nj . J-, ,gg I-. 94:45 f- INTRAIVIURALS, MOST POPULAR SPORT AROUND The NIVISU Intramural Program under the direction of Dr. Fran Dudenhoeffer is one of the University's most popular programs. Approximately 3000 participated in some 65 sports: from football and horseshoes to volleyball and pool. Tournament play existed between men's, women's and co-recreational teams. The men's teams were the most popular. but co-rec is growing fast. The main thrust of the intramural program is to provide an opportunity for students to compete in a favorite sport they might not otherwise have a chance to play, as well as social interaction. The Activity Center itself sees about 880 people a dayjust in open play. The program is open to any student with an activity sticker and judging from student feedback the program will be around for a while to come. 4 gzjfill i lil if-ii. .fi l Si s 'gfe- ATHLETICS 151 152 ATHLETICS H ww H JL L3 wily , ii is Q "' w H vw f v 1 ,1, .' Y"-R 2 ' 9 gi. 1:5 . 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EXECUTIVE COUNCI xy., as E2 4-.+- 20 S- 'Q VEIIJBS'-A kgigkifi' 'Qin 71 wt- W5 160 INVOLVEMENT Back Row: Bill Williamson, Director of Campus Activities: Jones, Senate Clerk: Dave Cole. Vice-president: Glen Daw, Chief tion officer: Second Row Jay Sullivan, Attorney General: Tom Chief Justice: Wendy Thurow, Secretary to the President: Dar Smith. President of the ASNIVISU. The Executive Board is the body that presides over different ASNIVISU legislative branches. The boar main function is to ensure that cohesion exists betvve the different departments of student government. 'I board meets every two Weeks to keep informed on on going activities in order to prevent any overlap programs. Committee Chairman: Wesley Thornton, Curtis Chambellan, Cheryl Ellard, Jenny Chavez, Manny Rodriquez, Robert Brittain, Senate: first rovv: Richard Tanji, Christopher Cruz, Eric Povvell, Jenny Chavez. second row: Andrew Rice, Tommy Garza, Darrell Martin. Larry Webb. Carlos Ulibarri. Philip Fesmire, Mark Fesmlre, Miles Godbey, third row: Cheryl Ellard, Honore Lassiter, Robert Hunter, Judy Torres, Robert Brittain, Rocky Appleton, Peggy Arensdorf. Wesley Thornton. fourth rovv: Curtis Chambellan, Terry Stewart, Brian Harper. Thurman Case. Terry Kamm, Don Miszkiel, Clay Bedford. Eugene Martinez, Ben McClung, David Oakes, Manny Rodriquez, Richard Vaughn, Larry Tindell, Alan West, Tom Kubicki. f ix.. Nici -,, l V - e"' INVOLVEMENT 161 55, gs 2+-J ' cl. 1 . , 1 62 INVOLVEMENT BARRIER BREAKERS ng? Q Barrier Breakers this year consists of 25 members vx seek to eliminate attitude and structural barriers in or to make the campus accessable to the handicapped s dent. This organization sponsored a Barrier Brea Marathon with KNIVIS. Their motto is "it's ability disability that counts." Top to bottom left to right: Anthony Valach: Director of Hou David Siedel, Mike Fliddy, Ramon Del Rio, Maggie Morales, D Salazar. Deidre lVlcDanieIs. Loretta Wheeler lsecretaryh, C Morales, Larry Tapia, David Buse lpresidentl, Rick Ewing l presidentl. In terhall Council exists of 40 active members whose oal is to improve the living conditions in the residence alls. The council is funded by the Housing Department aid the residence halls in their programming, social tivities, and any other trouble that the individual orms may experience. ont row: Flay Flipollone, .Jerry Brown, Mike Davis, May Petersen. rn Whatley. Doug Whatley, second row: Tom Cordova. Jackie rauss. Lynn Lassetter, Loyce Bailey, Debbie Flaisins. Helen Amin, aria Chavez, Denise Simpson, Erin McCutcheon, third row: ichelle Williams. Chuck Ward, Bobby Childers, Bill Hawkins, Dave rolla, Tom Kuvicki, Eugene Martinez. Larry Shoffield. INTERHALL COUNCIL INVOLVEMENT 163 RHODES- GARRETT- HAIVIIEL CCDUNCIL The Rhodes Dorm Council is composed of 25 active members who strive to meet the needs of the 250 ladies that reside in Rhodes Hall. The Council sponsors pizza parties, hair style and fashion shows and many other activities for its girls. It also co-sponsors events like a talent show and the homecoming float which they shared with VVRC. Stairs: Erin McCutcheon, Angela Stampe, Denise Simpson, Maria Chavez, Tracy Miller, Cheryl Sandenau. Fire Place: back: Bettye Morgan, Slvia Marchetti, Nancy Grace, Barbara Spohr, Patty May, Darlene Ditmore. front: Kathy McCormick. Pam Mather. Heidi Whit- more, Susie Tracy. 5 , li -Jig, ,La le' MIT? if 164 INVOLVEMENT 'U 335-5 -i - : , f f, L., 1 :xl i Y , 4 . Cv 5 WRC Hall Association is a student government containing 30 active members. This W works to meet the needs of the girls who in the Women's Residence Center. They plan such as a Big Sister. Little Sister Social. Christmas H A L L and a Homecoming float with Rhodes Hall. Row: L to R: Cindy Stephenson, Lynn Nichols, Loyce Bailey. A S C C K I I G N Lasseter, Susan Stokes, Lil Montano. Cath Catnach. Second Candi Downey, Billie Ann Evans, Debbie Bates, Susan Miles, Powers. Anne Walton, Marilyn Salazar, Sharon Shuster. INVOLVEMENT 165 Asmivlsu 81 CAMPUS ACTIVITIES The Activities Committee covers a large number of ac- tivities including Special Events and Campus Activities. This committee meets to plan a spending budget for NlVlSU's various activities. Dances, mini-concerts, films. art shows, big concerts. publicity and an endless list of things that are usually overlooked. The Activities Com- mittee seeks to satisfy the students and invites any suggestions. They hope that the students will get in- volved in their University. Top Picture: Willard "Bill" Williamson, The lVlan with the Coffee Cup is Director ISmiIeI of Campus Activities: Carmen Lopez, The Sweetest Organizer in the University: Kathleen Gregory, She makes the style of the office. Bottom Picture: Top to Bottom: Nora Carter, Student Activities Director: Theresa Carreon, Greg Skinner, Margaret Green. Eddie Binder. Vickie Saunders. 166 INVOLVEMENT om bottom, left to right: first row: Carol Gonzales, Carol ench. Dr. John Ludwig. second row: Susan Carah, Bob Parsons. e Maestas. Nelda Brockett, third row: Sam Bothern, Mary Ann vingston, Barabra Spohr, Susanne Kiaessig, fourth row: Paul endler. Anita Watiey. eta Beta Beta is an honor fraternity whose members ust meet certain academic requirements. Tri Beta's rpose is to encourage communication and activities ong biology students who show promise in the ience fields. This Biology Honor Society and its 30 embers host many activities during the year such as a II river party, a vvoodcutting trip, Christmas party and a st Library Project. Tri Beta hopes to initiate many new embers vvho can take advantage of the opportunities ered by the Biology Department. TRI-BETA HONORARY INVOLVEMENT 167 5,-.-rf! Officers: sitting: Michele Zulka, treasurer: Carol French, vice presi- dent: Liz Fioybal. president: Rosemary Castillo, editor: Denise Barnes. historian: standing: Maire Woolf, Advisor: Elizabeth Wichert, advisor: Marlena Garland, secretary: Dr. Glowacki, advisor. Stairs, bottom to top: Denise Barnes, Virgina Pettigrevv, Alice Helfrich, Mary Martinez. Nancy Lee. Margorie Gilbert, Heather Heath, Frank Hartnan, Maire Woolf. Elizabeth Wichert, Dr. Glowacki, Liz Roybal, Rosemary Castillo, Carol French. Diane Zeigler. Vanessa Chrisman, Bill Kidd. Michele Zulka, Jean Harreson. Marlena Garland, Jim Rhodes. Mortar Board is a Senior Honor Society established at NMSU in 1967 and has 26 active members. The Board is organized to facilitate cooperation among Senior Honor Societies, to contribute to the self-awareness of its members, to promote equal opportunities among all peoples, support the ideas of the University, advance a spirit of scholarship. They also seek to recognize and en- courage leadership and provide the opportunity for a meaningful exchange of ideas as individuals and as a group. Mortar Board sold Homecoming Mums and sponsored a Western Dance and a gathering with IVIOFKTAR BGAFQD Senior Citizens. 168 INVOLVEMENT 3-f ret row: Debbie Bindel, Lisa Harvey, Mary McCrossen, Diane rschberger, Karen Ingram, Lori Garber, Danna Smith. Alene Barr. yllis Marshall, Dana Wallace, Tami Hayes, Jayne Thorndyke. Mary oan. Marie Ashcraft, Amy Fiisch. rdinal Key .is an honorary sorority whose 24 embers strive to promote achievement in scholastic, rvice and extracurricular activities. The group has par- ipated in many community activities and holds fund ives for Muscular Dystrophy. Each year Cardinal Key nds representatives to the national conventions. CARDINAL KEY INVOLVEMENT 169 3 Front row: Kevin .Jillsong Cody Leser. Susan McCarter, Bill Peters. Richard Aguliar, second row: Pat Sanchez, Dave Scott, Sarah Gorde. Terry Stewart, Dan Horkey. Paul Gordon, third row: Tim Shubert, Frank Zeleny, Alan West, Kie Soo Hoo, Paul Mitchell, fourth row: Bill Bullard, Mike Grothus, Mike Garcia. Dave Miller, last row: Bruce Steinhaus, Kelly Perryrnan, Dr. Dearholt. BLUE KEY 170 INVO LVEIVI ENT Q3 C17 r 4- Blue Key, a senior honorary fraternity, is made up of members who seek to promote high standards academic achievement at NMSU. This club was ' ed in 1956 here on campus and acts as marshalls graduation and performs many services for Preside Gerald Thomas as well as the many Deans of NMS The fraternity presently consists of 33 members and open to a limited number of juniors and seniors ma taining high GPAS. hi Alpha is a non-denominational Christian organize- C H n that believes that "Christian students on this cam- s need a medium through which they can be dravvn gether into one body: they need a place to find council, A L P I IA couragement, friendship and someone vvho cares." hi Alpha seeks to fulfill this need through the provision Christian fellowship. This national organization was arte-red at NIVISU in 1975 and is open to anyone who and fund raising projects. AA ,-o -1' 1 3 Su U 0 3' jg ' ii 0 MA 'L .0-J .if 'J A. -,A - 1. David Braddi, Brian Emery, Daniel Campbell, Vice-President: Robin l - Woolley, Doyle Sanders. Christy Hepp. Louis Braddi. President: to lom- Each Year the Club Sponsors an annual Sharon Hodges, Ken Hayes, Sponsor: Jutta Flynn. Not Pictured is Janie Patterson. Secretary-Treasurer. L INVOLVEMENT 171 AGGIE SPIRIT SQUAD The NIVISU Spirit Squad is made up of 5 male and 5 female members whose purpose is to promote spirit at NIVISU. The squad is chosen by a board of faculty and athletes. This year, for the second year in a row. the Spirit Squad has gone to Los Angeles for an All College Clinic and returned with nothing less than first place all the way around. The squad also offers clinics to high schools and elementary schools in Las Cruces and El Paso. 172 INVOLVEMENT F F' P' U- P' rr' lv' P r" r 'T' A .J Left to right: Rhonda Trujillo. Ned Pendleton IHead Chee Kathy Alderete, Rudy Fourzan, Donna Arnold. Tommy Garza Santillanes IHead Cheerleaderl, Erich Franke, Velma I DeFlhondi Alexander. H." T Z R: Front Row: Lon Armstrong, Treasurer: Janel Erickson. cretary: Patsy Ewing, President: Larry Erhard. Vice-President. Se- nd Row: Janice Merrell, Mona Erhard. Susan Terebenetz. Cecilia ffrey. Lea Anna Edwards. Laurie Hecker. Third Row: John Carter. ne Roberts. Terry Johnson, Flerrxond Gabaldon. Margaret Magee. bbie Bartlett, Tom Wootten. Fourth Flow: Frank Mesa. Jim Nier. John Wallace. Boyce Tankersley, Paul Blevins, Ron Crump. vin Fowler. e Horticulture Forum was formed at NNISU in 1968 d now has 50 members. The group is designed to ex- se students to horticultural activities outside of sses and thus further the knowledge of the subject. r the past 4 years the Hort-Forum has sponsored the rticulture fair, displays. demonstrations and talks, all e to the public. This year the Hort-Forum hosted the tional Intercollegiate Flower Judging Contest, flower les and other activities in the area of Horticultural in- est. HORT FORUIVI INVO LVEIVI ENT 1 73 SNEA Officers: Jan Hutchins, Martha Vigil, Tarin Vincent, Tommy Garza, Vera Gonzales, Laurie Simpson. Front row: Tom Schope. Alene Barr, Martha Vigil, Rosemary Castillo, Tommy Garza. second row, Mary Sloan, Lisa Juarez, Lori Simpson, Vera Gonzalez, Tarin Vincent, third row, John Thomas, Sandi Simpson, Sue Nix, Darlene Joyce, Jan Hutchins. 1 74 INVOLVEMENT Tb 'Y-ft' Student National Education Association is with the National Education Association and is largest pre-professional organization in the vvorld. over 120 active members this organization seeks promote the field of education and to involve all terested persons in the pursuit thereof. The club spi sors Teacher Student Workshop, a homecoming c play, a National Education Week display and particip in many community activities. AIVIBDA LPHA PSILCN mbda Alpha Epsilon is an American Criminal Justice ssociation that includes both students and ofessional career personnel. The organization is signated to the promotion of Iavv enforcement abjec- es by pursuing academic studies in research and ltivating knowledge in the administration of criminal stice. The club sponsors a back to school dance, State ir project, Firearm Instruction and attends regional d national conferences for competition with other enters In 1977 this chapter placed 'lst in the Nation the five areas of competition. Front row: Jim Kaufman, Carla Guitar. Juan Hernandez, Mary McCrossen, Ruben Guaderrama, Bonnie Malcomson. second row: Mike Graham, Marc Johnson, Kelton Thornton, David Eckhart. Tim Lawrence, Advisor Ron Pincomb, third row: Mike Erfert, Marshall Butler, Gina Morelli. Craig Wilson. Dave Jones, Joe Feather, Chuck Kuchar. INVOLVEMENT 175 ALPHA DELTA SIGMA Alpha Delta Sigma is a professional organization direc related to the American Advertising Federation. AE active membership of 24 is designed to provide a promote a better understanding of the value and fur tion of advertising, stimulate professionalism, devel individual abilities and recognize achievements NIVISU advertising students. ADS sponsored a Shadc Program, Park Bench Painting contest. an annual Jour nalism Golf Tournament and distributed desk padsi students at the beginning of the fall semester Al Delta Sigma has grown into a major in the NIVISU Jo r nalism Department and plans to remain an active entity of New Mexico State University. 176 INVOLVEMENT Front row: Paula Griffin. Pati Gonzales, lVlelony Harper, Emily Kim Horning lsecj, Sandy Spencer icommunications off.D, Johnson lpres.l. Fred Kosik, Sponsor, back row: Bob Griffin. Dorvvart, Juanita Vigil. Hal Lefton lvpl, Kathy Smothers. Ed Baca. pictured, Doug Bird. Kate Linder, Cathy Nixon, Leah Paves. Peters, John Svveo, Steve Wilson. T Cal Wax, Mark Cook, Scott Merville, Prof. Charles Eberhardt, Laws, middle: Grant Kofousky, Susan Sanchez, Mike Scouton, Nesbitt, Fiobyn Smith, Steve Brouchett. Society of Professional Journalists, KSDXJ, is a organization open to students in Radio-'IV and Journalism sequences of the Journalism The group exists to foster professional and ethics in journalism by offering seminars. guest speakers and other activities to its 24 OCIETY GF ROFESSIONAL CURNALISTS INVOLVEMENT 1 77 H -MA 'N Front row: Pam Sandoval, Terry Flickinger, Debi Basins, Flobi Mahan, Karen Cole, Barbara Luian. second row: Lavon Harrison, Carole Parker, Edna Quintana, Diane Bigbee. Margaret Magee, Mary The Association for Women Students was started in 1953 and novv has 30 active members. AWS is to assist the University in recognizing the special needs of women and to design and implement programs ap- propriate to those needs. AWS promotes high stan- dards betvveen the administration and students. This organization sponsors numerous activities, a Women of Achievement Banquet, Women's Week, State IAWS Convention, Womens Center and tries to promote all school sponsored activities. ASSOCIATICJN FGFK WCIVIEN STUDENTS 178 INVOLVEMENT .ftlf McCrossen, Elaine Adams. Amy Bigbee. Officers: front Imelda Garcia, Flaeann Ayers. Vicke Bruch. Pam Gogan. row: Barbara Parker. Denise Barnes. bfi' C3 ,tr-,. R: First Row: Cindy Carrell, Diane Soyka, Cindy Stephenson, en Massingale, Bill Armstrong. Second Row: Janet Paisons. in Pickens, Lesli Benge. Lora Baker, Michael Gaines. Third Row: Guest. Mary Kay Martin. Sharolyn Autrey. Nonica Logh. Dana rk. Fourth Row: Cherri Lutonsky. Pat Guest, Nancy Davis. Fifth 5 Cathy Black, Lisa Juarez, Diana Hearshberger, Rayan Aires, Se- SPURS Traditionally an all-female organization, this year Spurs have invited males to join their club. Spurs is a sophomore honorary service organization whose national project this year was aiding the handicapped. The club is designed to serve the University and the community and support the activities that the student body participates in. Spurs 77-78 activities included ac- ting as ground crews for the Vaquero Days Balloon Races, working at the Open Door Center and Dona Ana Retarded Association. cond Picture: First Row: Cindy Schultz, Vicki Bruch, Marti Tinkle, Megan O'Brien. Second Row: Mary Watts, Lupita Fiubio, Cindy Chorn, Steve Scholl. Third Row: Sharon Schuster, Colleen Jennings, Mary Ashridge, Richard Miller. Fourth Row: Hedi Whitemore, Bruce Blanton. Judy Giannettino, Stephanie Zurrls. INVOLVEMENT 179 DELTA SIGIVIA Pl Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity whose purpose is to improve commercial ethics and culture within the community as well as relations within the college. The NIVISU chapter of Delta Sigma Pi was founded in 1963 and has achieved honor roll level of all the chapters across the nation for the past 12 years. These 58 members sponsored a Thanksgiving Food Drive for the Boys Club this year. 180 INVOLVEMENT Phi Gamma Nu is a professional business sorority dedicated to fostering the study of business and professionalism. This national sorority has 55 members vvho participated in the '77 Homecoming activities, Der- by Days and Thanksgiving projects. Formed in 1971 this organization holds professional meetings in order to uphold their alma-mater and maintain professionalism. Members: Dennise Clifford, Tracy Taylor, Harriet Licero, Anna Schrieber. Rose Fierro, Kelly Harbour, Lisa Addleman, Margee. Kaye. Carol Jilson. Melinda Telles. Velina Lemons. Helen Navaro, Julie Oldham. Margo Lines. JoAnn Sedillo, Mary Martinez, Betty Cottrill. Esther Gill, Gladys Stapp, Susan Fernandez. Cindy Alderette, Pam Davis, Prudy Vallo. Charlene Conley, Becky Gainer, Cecilia Sereno, Brennan, Amy Bigbee. Deby Fowler, Pat Martinez, Nancy Robin Graham. Jane McCarthy, Weslyn May. Bea Lytle. Nan- Davis. PHI GAMMA NU p-1 'l.m .nv ---x.,,,,,... gf", T ,..f INVOLVEMENT 181 182 INVOLVEMENT B.A. gl ECON COUNCIL The BA and Econ Council is a functional organization designed to provide a link between faculty and students in the Business College. These 21 members have a close relationship with their faculty and together spon- sored a Thanksgiving Food Drive, college picnic, fund raising dance, awards day and Window Displays. Back Row: L to R: John Hardin, lVlike Walsh, James Snow, Wesley Thornton, Dixey Disu, Bryce Brisbin, Eric Powell. Terry Stewart, Jean Dawson, Fran Walling, Charlene Conley. Diana Whitfield, Pam Tyler. Ross Orr, Nlarie Vigil, Deby Fowler, Don P. Brennen, Nora Ramzy, Kenny Cordova, and Joann Sedillo, President: Not Pictured. ETA AIVIIVIA IGIVIA i i 1 i Q 43. I -...AV xg' row: Karen Klingelhoeffer, Susan lVlcCarter, Wendy 1, Dr. Thode, Merydith Matthews. second row: Daniel J, Charlene Conley. Sarah Garde, Diana Whitfield, Amy Flisch. Clemmons, third row: Dr. Nordyke, Dr. Sauage, Greg Wilgocki, Christmore, Dr. Wells, Dr. Daugherty, Kurt Lewis. Beta Gamma Sigma is an honorary business society that encourages and rewards scholarship and ac- complishment among students of business and ad- ministration. to promote the advancement of education in the art and science of business, and to foster integrity in the conduct of business operations. Beta Gamma Sigma, founded in 1931, now has a membership of 137. The gr membership oup holds two inductions each year and is attained through outstanding scholastic achievement. 'Il' INVOLVEMENT 183 Society for the Advancement of Management is business organization that has existed at NMSU slr 1970. Through speakers and field trips the group forms its members about management and 1 processes it involves to give a true picture of 1 business vvorld. SAM offers speakers and tours different businesses in Las Cruces in order to members a better understanding of the happenings and problems in all fields of ma Q-an i n.-an First row: Alfonso Sanchez, Mark Maguire, second row. Flick Aragon, Chris Kempfef Delgado. JoAnn Petranovich, Diana Whitfield, Deby Fowler, third Steve Singleton. row, Vicke Murray, Larry Wall, Mary Minnehan, fourth row, Filemon 184 INVOLVEMENT ANHELLENIC OUNCIL Q- Q9 ' 4...x '9' 1:19 s-, . f x I Wi ,if 5 -f! 1 , 1 NMSU College Panhellenic Organization is the body to four social organizations here on These 240 members work together to ote Greek Unity among the many greek row: Jackie McDougall, Berta Rodriguez. Dana Dinwiddi, Judy Marty Low, second row: Allison Bliss, Tami Hayes, Margo Mary Sloan, Linda Villella. organizations. Panhellenic and IFC have for the past two years vvon the Budvviser Pitch-In Campaign, enabling them to award S1,000.00 in Greek Scholarships each year. INVOLVEMENT 185 Inter-Fraternity Council is an advisory body that represents the Greek Social Fraternities here on cam- pus. IFC provides for the general welfare of the members of the greek system representing over 300 male members. IFC sponsored the Plant Extravaganza. Greek Week, and will in the future give away, to male and female, S2.000.00 in scholarships' Officers: L to R Tibo Chavez, Treasurer: Jeff Lyon, President Rodriguez. Secretary: Richard Timmons, Vice Presidentg not 5 are Butch Fine Flush Chairman: Allyn Caywood. Secretary. 186 INVOLVEMENT INTER-FFIATERNIT COUNCI 7' !,i'E'Y I f ' i i V . if : f 5 I ' li? it-iivff i i .' l Q 3 , , 'A i , . 3 3 i Lf im! A 11 fg'x K 1 ,I i i I 4-.., .fr Art Parra, TKE Flick Griego, QIX David Chavez, TKE Paul Martinez, John Herdan, GIJKT Butch Fine, f-PIKT Roy King. CIJKT Tom a, ATO Mike Byrnes, ATO Fiichard Moku, Lambda Chi Alfred Paul Cowan, Advisor, Lambda Chi Ken Stixrud, EX Jim Mitchell, EX Rob Chavez, EN Tom Bilan. Second Picture: L to R: Kieth Jacobs, Stuart Graham, Jerry Grandle, John Duffey, Ken Sperce, Bobby Green, Pat Kane, Tom Bilan, Bryan Lee, Harold Barnwell. INVOLVEMENT 1 87 CHI OMEGA Chi Omega is a social sorority whose main purpose is serve the community. Founded in 1939, Chi Om now has a membership of 60 girls. In the past Chi have won the City Panhellenic Scholarship avvz Greek Week Civic award and Derby Days. This year club sponsored a Christmas and Spring Fil Thanksgiving Food Drive, Garcia Foster Ho Halloween Party and Homecoming Brunch. Officers: L to R Amy Fiisch. Vice-President: Pat Fulmer, Persor Mary Sloan, President: Anne Gose, Pledge Trainer: Susan MQCE Treasurer: Meg Sanders, Secretary inot Picturedl Second Pictu First Row: Megan O'Brien, Karen Hodge, Cia Montoya, Lora Ba Lynn Cole, Cindy Schultz, Rosemary Taylor. Second Row: Col Jennings, Leslie Benge, Judy Giannettino, Mary Watts. Julie Oldl' i .5 W ,. .gr 'fi"g27Q fx' ,Bv- ' SH? i ,Af , ,f L to R First Row: Dawni Nelson, Pam Hogge. Nancy Pat Peroraro. Pam Martin. Second Flow: Vee Ann Myers. VanPelt, Lisa Heckler, Peggy Fiisch, Kyle Cooper, Luisa Galban. Kriegel. Lori Emery. Third Row: Lynne Gose, Bridget Sloan. Breiten, Marty Boykin, Midge Lovelace. Picture Two: First : Linda Vilbella, Jennifer Davis, Linda Cooper, Ellen Wood, Amy h, Alene Barr, Susan McCar1er. Second Row: Teresa Jennings, Fulmer. Peg Clark, Marlena Garland, Mary Sloan, Anne Gose. INVOLVEM ENT 189 SIGMA CHI Sigma Chi is a nationally affiliated fraternity that has ex- isted since 1968 here at NMSU. This social fraternity is the sponsor of the annual Derby Days as well as a blood drive, Budwiser Clean Up, Spring and Fall Finals and campus dances, Sigma Chi took first place this year for the '77 Homecoming House Display. Pledges: top to bottom left to right: Johnny Sanchez, Jeff Flem- ing, Neal Congvvill, Lynn Forrest, Steve Seal, Christy Lara, Donna Hatch, Jane Richards, Anne Westerguard, Donna Stuart, Jim Mitchell. Scott Stuart, Laura Theilman, Bob Chavez, Jerry Gurule. Actives: Jim Mitchell, Inot pictured? George Anderjko, Rob Chavez, Chase Ew- ing, Jeff Fleming, Jerry Gurule, Ted Jameson, Steve Jordan, Neal Longwell, Jim McFarland, Marshall Neel, Johnny Sanchez. Steve Seal, Mike Snapp, Scott Stuart, Dennis Vigil, Phil Viliiscas Blane Vockmer. Mark Westerguard. 190 INVOLVEMENT G3gNIA 0,59 , I 4 u myffn, . SMT' I I I I 4 rifi F X X 4,-Ig, JN '- 4 b 'lf' 'K tn .. , 5-,I ? A -' , " QQ YY Y. 2 13 "1 1 f 'hifi V I . , ,yd , :W-H, 5' may H Q J5,'j,'-1 ":,J1,V.,i1 Q f me-:-j.-'I i , A 'f-:av N 1 ' ' Wes. e Tiff-A fi' 1,321 A 'fv fi fi? 'N . :Av fi in W S r f 'ras e 'Q V,., . X 'LKXX 1 . ,IQ 1 -54... ,v V 5 f , , . Steve Seal, president: Rob Chavez, vice president: Neal I9 ledge trainergl Mark Westerguard. treasurer. Little ,fe I Sisters: Laura Theilman, Christy Lara, Donna Stuart, Donna Hatch. Jane Fiichards, Anne Westerguard, Lynne Forrest, 'WI' T17 J I '11, f fW?Q1'lki.L ,ggi V1 1 I . P" M E . , L i D V - K " - in .if i ,f-4-, x - X iii' 51' 'mgr-, -Q 1' 5 S ,,.,- 3,-ns Officers: Tami Hayes, Allison Bliss. Karen Williams, Traci Burnworth, Loretta Stefan, Margo Lines. Marie Ashcraft, Elaine Sloane. Mary Kay Martin, Chris Menefee, Teri Johnson. Mary Hammonds. Pi Beta Phi is a social sorority having over 60 members. Pi Phi's main concern is that of friendship. They have been at NMSU since 'l 972 and stress scholarship to it's 192 INVOLVEMENT '- 40. -Y .. ' "Y?:r'7 members. The club sponsored a cancer drive, sings nursing homes during Christmas and dedicat Homecoming to Fl. L. Ahrens. PI BETA PH ledges, bottom to top: Ginger Trimble. Karen Gustafson, Sherry ndsey, Barbara Lujan, Carol lngle, Valerie Essary, Flonna Stryker, indy Patterson, Janice Boyle, Beth Clark, Kettle Robinson. Sandy uelker, Shannon Line, Sauren Greenvvade, Jackie Studdard. Ac- es: Becky Chavez, Bobbie Beddo, Shalah Stokes, Yoly Casarez, arbara Heckler, Teri Johnson, Roseann Lipiea, Donna Ford, Pam rrnbrecht, Sidney Ahrens, Susie Johnston, Patti Sanchez, Marty w, Becky Bowell. Marykay Martin, Lorretta Stepah. third row: acy Burnworth. Chris Menefee, Elaine Sloan, Margo Lines, Vlcke ith, Marie Ashcraft, Tami Hayes, Amy Hopkins, Danna Smith, Mert kert, fourth row: Mary Hammonds, Susan Jones, Allison Bliss, Phi Kappa Tau is a social fraternity founded in 1 948 and now contains over GO members. This fraternity seeks to promote brotherhood and membership development by working together toward a common goal and to main- tain contact with alumni. Phi Kappa Tau's events for 1977-78 included Alumni Homecoming, social events and a Pinball Marathon for the Open Door Center for Retarded Youth. PHI KAPPA TAI Officers: L to R: Warren Cross Don Clarke Jeff Rivard Roy K Dave Soules, Randy Chillion. Actives Mark Harris Marcia Shun Gary Eldson Chris Adkins Randy Chillion Ronnie Kemp Richard tigrew, Scott Thompson, Burt Littlefield Roy King Bill Soules D Jim Luikens, John Durkin, Don Clarke Lou Corsiglia Tom Hutcl' . , . . l I 1 Spartz, Sam Finely, Mary Hammonds Grant Sweezy Brian Lusk Joe D'Angelico, Rosanna Madrid Kim Lawson Brad MCD Warren Cross, Dave Stewart Doug Mussett Mary Barclay Soules, Bill Peters, Dave Boyle Holey Raymond Brian Nelson nie Savery, Steve Huttanus, Mark Depree James Candelaria V1 855. Sf EXQN ,I x 'N4' ,..., ,Sm L i Sljwfwh' L to R: Bill Peters, James Candelaria, Rick Gilmore. Sam Grant Swezy. Doug Spartz, Richard Pettigrew, Bill Squires. Corsiglia, Chris Adkins, Brad McDowell. Randy Abeyta. Bryan n, Mark Harris. Ronnie Kemp, Not Pictured are. Mark McComas, DeHart, George Vadikin. David Richey. Little Sisters: Front: Otero, Rosanna Madrid, Tina Garcia, Leah R. Faves. Mary Back Row: Nancy Reagan, Marcia Shuman. Julie Mayer, Davis, Jeannie Savery, Holly Raymond. Mary Hammonds. 11 INVOLVEMENT 195 Sigma Nu is a chapter of Theta Upsilon that came to NIVISU in May 1973. Sigma Nu is located in Hiram HadIey's 1907 home and is a social fraternity devoted to serving the community as well as the University. Their 1977-78 schedule included Greek Week, boys SIGMA Nl club cleaning, and numerous homecoming activitii For their homecoming efforts Sigma Nu earned Spirit Trophy and Svveepstake Trophy for Homecoming Parade. 196 INVOLVEMENT ' PT' junysg A . "a, " ' .. 1 '-grae bm . fi.i'g":-. -o , Front row: Herman Maestas. Joe Harpoon. Miles Godby. Wadley, Rodger Swick, Steve Tatum. Bodwin Connell. Richard Second row: Mike Conner, Kathy Smothers. Third row: Jeff Tom Bilan. Hartnett. Mike Evins, Mike Beck, Gerald Witherspoan, Donnie Gary Swisher, Jeff Mattern, Leonard Chavez. Don Miskiel, Rudeen. Ross Orr, Greg Cole, Richard Moku, Jimmy Hopkins, Hartnett. Roger Mills. Little Sisters: Standing: Debi Resins, bin Sylia. Carol lngle, Pam Martin. Nancy Nelson. Sittihg: Shelley ker, Allison Bliss. Ellen Flores, Sue Clay. Officers: Wayne Hoeye. ff Henke, Gesse Carsner, Craig Pruitt, Barry Crume, Mike Byrne, m Wright. lpha Tau Omega is a social fraternity made up of 31 embers who propose to maintain brotherhood among emselves and devote their efforts to civic service. This ganization came to NMSU in 1976 and was signated the "Bicentennial Chapter" by ATO National. O sponsored an Epilepsy Drive and through their ef- rts won the Epilepsy "Dash for Cash in '77" in Cham- ign, illinois. ALPHA TAU OMEGA INVOLVEMENT 197 Sigma Alpha Epsilon is a social fraternity chartered on NMSU's campus in 1921. The club presently consists of 54 members whose emphasis is on community se vice and also seeks to maintain cohesiveness between its members. SAE's '77 activities included Homecom- ing, where they entertained 50 alumni, a Muscul Dystrophy Drive and aided in Elks Club events. L g l I A ' + .4-QA Greg MacDougalI Kate Linder Rick Phillips Donna Ford .Jo Creamer, Mart Eckert, Odie Dominguez, Don Driver. Second Ro Scott Moss, Dave Nelson, Dave Stewart. Mary Cheryll Dorvvart. D ny Whiteman, .John Loleit. Susie Johnstone. Chris Burch, Pa Fleineman, Bob Watson. Third Row: Eric Johnson, Tra Northington, Chris Haynes, Henry Lucero, Rod Zimmerman, Charl I L to R First Row: Patti Cuellar, Jeff Lyon, Jackie McDougall. Bill . . , x a Widger Dale Orrell, .Jerry Grandle, Matt Faudree. Fourth: Stu Graham. Greg Hall, Marvin McCauI, Mike Marsau, Don Flawlin, Tami Hayes, Fred Corey, Don McConnel, Mike Zimmerman, J Morris, Casey Leser. IGIVIA LPHA PSILON to Fl First Row: Don Driver. Bill Hill, John Creamer. Second Row: ff Lyon, Chris Burch, Greg lVlacDougalI, Jerry Grandie. Third Row: att Faudree. Don Rawlings. Fred Corey, Stuart Graham. Mike 'marm Casey Leser, Eric Johnson, .Ag il, 2 iler 2 Pk' 1. INVOLVEMENT 199 DELTA ZETA Delta Zeta is a social sorority designed to build character and cultivate the trust and deepest friendship among its members. Founded on this campus in 1950, Delta Zeta now has GO members. Activities for the 1977-78 year included a Fall Retreat, UNICEF raffle, Working with deaf children, a Christmas and Spring Final. Delta Zeta is also very active in Greek Week and tied for 1 st over all in 1 977. Officers: standing, Anita Lopez, Lisa Jones. Denise Mabry, Cindy Grant, sitting, Debbie Mosley, Judy Caviggia, Dorthy Daugherty. Ac- tives: back row, Cyndi Grant, Anita Lopez, Leslie Van Cloaf. Lisa Asbill, Siobhan O'Meara, Rhonda Hunnington, Tedde Matthews. front row: Ramy Singh, Bernadine Dominguez, Kathy Hemis, Susan Cara, Theresa Aragon. Debbie Mosley, Luci Zamora. 5511 'gil .-,fini 1 vt? : wg Q I , A L I Q , f ,ECA x Y I ii r 53,1 l f , j X1 ' 551. 1.g""-.,,, , - QA "Lg lx Li in ' v fi X x.2' .mfi gf: ,1- 9' F ll of 2 'E -.Y ' K X 2 7? 5 Q, 'K -.Lg ...T QQ ,. 1 we , XV, A? 'fl' , ' 'ivfbzy X 'AH i ,. " , if .A , 3 A if 1 Q 4-sg K if V in H , 4. W, . Hmmf lil' -S 'Ns Q ,-1n1 ,i J? -4 if LAMBDA CHI ALPHA is to help each member achieve their full potential in t area of Christian principles and to promote individuali- among its brothers. Lambda Chi Alpha is one of t youngest fraternities on campus. It was formed as colony in October 1 977 and hopes to become charter. next fall. These 24 members have sponsored seve Homecoming activities. a Spring Banquet, money rai ing projects and a dance, Lambda Chi Alpha is a social fraternity whose main gc C Front: Juan Armijo, Joy Matsler, Ken Stixrud, Suzanne Bush, C Pouralakis, Mark Wakefield. Middle: Mike Thomas, Don Con' thigh Pil, Louie Freitas, Scott Stroman, Alfred Aguilar, Mike Whel Paul Lewis. Tom Monge, Mike Cervine iAlumni Presidenti. Kyle Back: John Sotomayer, Ken Woody. Mark Harris, Flon Craig Weyant. Bill Geck. 202 INVO LVEIVI ENT I'HETA CHI ttle Sisters: L to R: Sheryl Golden, Anita Vigil, Nancy Jimmerson, onnalea Segotta, Nancy Lee, Rhonda Trujillo, Vicki Miller. Linda arkins, Georgette Romero, Judy Caviggia. Margaret Chavez. Gina ores, Alma Sauceda, Beverly Lewis, Barbara Trost, Geri Pino. roup: Phil Trujillo, Richard Sena, Tom Longwell, Steve Patterson, win Palmer, Dave Gregory, Andy Rice, Ned Pendleton, Dave he-fez. Steve Ramirez, Shaun Evans, Craig Wilson, Gene Martinez. Kugler, Griff Wooten, Jerry Sandoval, Marques Williams, Gilbert Art Parra. Dana Roark. Rudy Fourzan. John Dick-Peddie, Kip Jay Olsen, Pat Asay, Erich Franke, Efren Benavidez. Not are Henry Baca, Glen Maddaleni, Chuck Read, Wes Sides, Tim Ken Watkins, John Gage, Lynn Lee. 5 C-3 fi? fs-if if 7 Theta Chi has been a major part of NIVISU since 1948 when this social fraternity was first formed. Theta Chi is the sponsor of the annual Red OX Days and attributes many other activities to their credit. For the past two years Theta Chi has received recognition as All Campus intramural Champions. "lt is not often in one-'s lifetime that an experience can be so overwhelming that it changes the course of one's life: such an experience is Theta Chi." ml E 11 T mfg, it r-t ' 'Sv e .V fi' x 1' ,X R 204 INVOLVEMENT ZETA TAU ALPHA v" . , 44 Actives: L to Fl First Row: Nonie Castleman, Mary Popolato. Comeau, Dave Gillingham. Paula Ethridge. Second Flow: Buhl, Janice Lemley, Tanya Seale, Bodwiri Connell, Geri Picture Two: First Row Jackie MacDougalI. Terry Nrlson. Basham, Jeanette Johnson. Beck Row: Dee DeMarsh, Kathy son, Nancy Nlachin, Cheryl Kay Porter, Cherri Newsom, Kathi. Meskill. campus In 'I 928 and was the first sorority on cam Zetas strive to develop leadership abilities in all t girls, to get the girls involved in college activities. T year Zeta boasts 68 members. They have sponsol numerous activities including: a Cloudcroft Retreat, s vice projects, Halloween Final and participated in De Days, Greek Week and Homecoming activities. Zeta Tau Alpha is a social sorority chartered on NIVISI . . . p r ZTA Pledges: Lto R First Row: Margaret Faudree, Sharon Nelson, Nancy Fite, Vicki Miller, Libby Harless. Second Row: Bar- bara Stathis, Tammy Harker, Kathy Kraft, Flajini Gunaji. Laura Brown, Third Row: Valerie Gilbert, Debbie Caldwell, Cecile Kuchar, Jane Knight, Flhonda Willis, Julie Chamness, Laura Brown, Georgianne Huff, Judy Ewing, Sharon Mottet, Cheryl Smith. Picture Two. First Row: Kate Linder, Jeanette Johnson, Margaret Chavez, Terry Nelson, Kimberly Bickley. Second Flow: Jackie MacDougalI, Taryn Keller, Dorie Marland, Lorraine Marsh, Gail Norcross, Cheryl Kay Porter. Pam Detorie, Kathy Hud- son, Cherri Newsom, Tari Litke. Picture Three: First Row: Leslie Beeman, Georgelen Dodson, Donna Basham, Dee DeMarsh. Janet Donald. Second Row: Berta Rodriguez, Marie Rosenhoover, Mary Cheryl Dorwart, Mary Helen Birdwell,Tamie Jett, Nancy Machin, Donette Scott, Kathleen Meskill. Nancy Chamberlain, Susan Jones. INVO LVEMENT 205 206 INVOLVEMENT 5 . . 5 NN., it I lg f S I . C 'tix lf, - E x . - I . i -' L, ix? ' it , ' gf fli s ' V :I , I-1. E' :,,1l.A ' 1' I if r . I :iv fs X 'ii' lg? ii . Sill' Q i, . TAU KAPPA EPSILCN I i 'I Q i u i 'S i Tau Kappa Epsilon came to NMSU in 1934 and is of the oldest fraternities on campus. Their " quality is to promote individualism, social exp and friendship among its members. TKE has over members who have sponsored several community p jects, intramural games and the Greek Week Oi: Social. bottom row: Ken White. Andy Suazo, Tony Green. Dave Ric Greg Roberts, Rick Deutchman, second row: Phil Ashcraft. F Gomez, Bill Allen, Bret Higgins, Rick Vigil. Jim Meerscheidt, M Esquibel, Ken Gomez. Richard Hill, Rick Davis. John Herdan, D Juaquez, third row: Steve Pierce, Gerry Swaigart, AI Mosley, D Soike, fourth row: Steve Anaya, Carol Griego, Barb Yingling. Ci Cano, fifth row, Paul Martinez, Anita Lopez, Rick Cembell, Ter Norvell. Dava Gillingham, Rick Griego. Mary Popalato, Debbie Gai Mark Watson, Rick Tate. Tari Litke, Charle Trego, Rick Peck, J Acker, sixth row: Lawrence Anaya, Dennis Alires, Keith .Jace Kathlene Meskill, Bob Innis, Kelly Wallace. l , 1 Ili . ' IH 'i lqti tv -1- in - QL-J ,C..........-4 Q5 Officers: Lawrence Anaya, Paul Martinez, Rick Griego, Steven Anaya. Mark Watson. Rick Cambell, Keith Jacobs. Dennis Alires. Ac- tives: first row, .Jake Acker, Rick Tate, Ken White, second row: Steven Anaya, Phil Ashcraft, AI Mosley, third row: Steve Pierce, Gerry Svvigart, Dave Soike, fourth row: Lawrence Anaya, Paul Mar- tinez, Rick Cambell, Rick Griego, Paul Gomez, Dennis Alires, fifth row: Keith Jacobs, Bob lnnis, Kelly Wallace, Mark Watson, Rick Peck. INVOLVEMENT 207 .il 'Fu- Left to Right: Jeff Perez, Gordon "Chip" Turner, Victor Perez, John Kelley, Richard Vaughn, Marshall Myers, Dwight Martin, Bobby Green, Helena "MOM" Hall: U-louse Motherl, Leland Hewitt, Alan West, Bryan "Rojo" Lee: Vice Nobel Ruler, David Oakes: House Manager, Jimmy Green, Mike Flay, Pat Kane, Bryan Shoemaker: Chaplain, Abe .Joe Peralta, Dan Hudgens. Epaminondas Lopez G., Alpha Gamma Rho is a social fraternity designed for Agriculture majors. Organized in May of 1951, Alpha Gamma Rho novv has 16 active members. Although 208 INVO LVEM ENT N A - A . JT' T- " I "Y fig- .5-ffx, . , F "fx 4w1Px.ffX'1,N 4 , kj " ,. . I+ Rskg.'1,-' fill ll: if fc fn i 1 HM -,Mfr S V M-..,,k4 .. f ff ., !" Llr -ff 53,834 A 13. -. lj, lf , H We H44 .A ' M . rpg, 1' H Eg -"i'Z V'1' 'ev ' :.5E!"f'!"?'r-:Dr 1' af' 5-3, .ri VV: 15.13.-9'1w 1-ffiiv 1: ' 46 F W' ' far , H I ' ! ,A ':,.Q','m :iPMv - " 1 5 - ' 4' v- -- A- mfrvm-M f , ff f 1 .v 2-gf I ?g LB 1 A , , V Y , .4 . 1. - 7 . ' ' A' '-..--u . Wg ff , . j1+Lf,,,,,f','Q 'X g1'.S'vWv'5' v 9 I x 5? K 2 "vi- T, '."f""e ' fl V V B 5- fp ' ,,- J .-.,, LIZ: 'u v.,g,mm,9,,:iy av K " ':-' Q! iii' 7, ,, m 4 'A N E V, 7 5 L fr 'Mya-' ,. ,. 5- .Q ' Emil' was-1, Vx' " 1 , ' wx S V V E . iiwrie I' r -, Vg--8-'49 Q5-' MJ: CEQM: 12 is f.,.I Y W -va lliillu ' ' L1 Mg, Y uw., , . q - v ,J ,gl - -. 51, 1. nga, .V M V f 1' ' , " QW - , , 1 f 'M SUE, 3 ' ,t k ,. v 'I my 'T we. F .EH . mls Q. A ,RX V SQIVTQQX, Q- . ,, X H ' 2 ..,':--sy..URQ'im- . ,. ,.k.,Q.E5Nxgd5:,,:5. , . X :qszfx Y . 1l!'J X A gk. F - Q t . 1,,+m..fi 'a .es-flax rin' Y' 'W 'WOT 'M - '-4 w 1? ci iq, iexbif F, 'f f, lp.. - X' X XM. is x x 'TQ The Collegiate FFA is set up to provide training to future VO-AG teachers. These training activities are designed to develop an understanding of the FFA and its uses for effective teaching. The club and its 40 members spon- sor dances, socials, participate in FFA Judging Contests, offers a parliamentary procedure clinic and hosts an annual banquet. , Officers: L to R: Vera Ann Conter, President: LaVon Harrison. Na Zurris, Sentinel: Sharolyn Autrey, Secretary: Dr. Paul Vaughn, Adv' . . . . 1 Dan Hugden. Fleporter, Bryan Shoemaker, Vice-President. Plc Two: L to R: Kathy Diemlar. Nancy Zuris, Susie Tracy, Diane Sa LaVon Harrison. Al Booky. Bryan Shoemaker. Second Row: Hale, Buddy Deimler. Tracy Kloss, Jennifer Gilpatrick, Dan Mike McWhorter, Jim Green, Aaron Miller. Third Row: Flosencrans, Rhoda Rosser, Jean Juliana. Sharolyn Autrey. Vera Conter, Bruce Blanton, David Oakes, Paul Herrea. Hum FFA 'QE kg,-J .pn gr -tix wg 1 v-Lf 'Q 'fa iff .1 it E1 pi" Q 210 INVOLVEMENT XM . 'H--any I , 1, 4 m Flow: Paula Keller. Alice Koenig, Norma Yetrnan, Polly Darl- haron Block. Linda Trujillo, Cathy Borgrink, Barbie Maydew, Karen Loney, Karen Concho. Pat Fulmer, Roseann Lipira, Whitvvorth. Nancy Cathey, Mary Van Huss, Marlena Garland, I F ! STUDENT DIETETICS ASSOCIATION The Student Dietetics Association and its 26 members are, in their second year at NMSU. This association is designed to promote familiarity in the field of dietetics and nutrition. The Dietetics Association provides nutritional guidance for NMSU students and hosts various speakers, bake sales and a Christmas Banquet. The organization is open to anyone interested in nutri- tion or clietetics. VeeAnn Myers, Louise Kelly. Leila Fugazzi. Diana Defina. Second Picture: Officers: Margaret Payton, Secretary: Debbie Killough. Vice President: Karen Messingale, Treasureg Elaine Adams, Presidentg Elizabeth Wichert, Advisor, INVOLVEMENT 211 AGGIE F-IODEG ASSOCIATICN Qfffrflmmmn ,- Officers: first row: Jana Johnson, Stephen Harper, Denny Beal, Dennis Hallford, second row: Sylvia Esquibal, Sharon Harrelson, Helen Lee, Sissy Echols, Members: first row: Kevin Abercrombie, Dale Holliman, Jeff Montano, Sissy Echols, Corky Morrison, David Sanchez, second row: Brett Johnson. Cindy Hall, Billy Kirks, Rick Chavez, Lee Wells, Dennis Hallford, third row: George lVlacNaghten. Kenny Lyon, Sharon Harrelson, Jim Cooper. 212 INVOLVEMENT The Aggie Rodeo Association consists of 75 mem who seek to promote Rodeo as an intercollegiate The club sponsors a Fall and Spring Intramural Rodeo the Lester Harrelson Memorial Rodeo Grounds. T Rodeo Association has had the National Champi Girls Team the past two consecutive years and this yi the National Champion Saddle Bronc Rider. :ers first row Harruson Washbum Ted Hauth Annette Davad Randolf Denny Beal L Hardy Stephan Harper. se row Davld Hedge-grove Ray Hardln Rachard Jackman. third Jana Johnson Larry IVlcKulhp Sylvla Esqulbel Helen Lee. Dick Event Directors flrst row Davld Fiandolf Bally Klrkes. Jeff Slssy Echols second row Kenny Lyon Helen Lee. Tim K 1 Q2 . , is BLOCK AND BFZIDLE ASSOCIATIGP Block and Bridle is to promote improvement and in- crease interest among students of Animal Science and to form a closer relationship among all who pursue some field of agriculture. B 81 B is a service oriented organization whose 77-78 activities included the New Mexico State Fair Livestock Judging as well as numerous other fair judging contests. The club has a membership of over 100 and offers scholarships to a senior member each year. Officers: Bottom row: Bill Head. Patricia Valdez, Elfigo Padilla, Amy Bigbee, Sharla Craig, Cathy Weatherford, Mike Prude. top row: Dr. Herman Kiesling, Steve Fritz, Ricky Richardson, Gary Parkins. John Head, Charlis West, Dick Barley, Mark Hudson. Dr. Dennis Stifler. 'VA F ctlves: Bottom row: Bill Head, Patricia Valdez, Amy Bigbee. alarie Estrada, Sharla Craig, Cathe Weatherford, Mike Prude, se- ond row: John Gard, John Head, Elfigo Padilla, Steve Fritz, Monte eagan, Gary Parker, Ricky Richardson, Dick Barley, Mark Hudson, harlie West, Dr. Herman Kiesling. Dr. Dennis Stifler. Pledges: bot- m row: Cindi Silva. Jill Seward, Twila Mansell, Cynthia Walker, Collins, Kim Cobb, Vicki Chadwell, Yvette Howell, Karen Ker- Jaannette Hay top row: Randy Davis, lra Kirkpatrick, Larry Richard Armijo. Tommie King, Lyle Whiteman, Doug John- l l The NIVISU Russian Club is composed of 25 active members. The club seeks to promote Russian culture and ways of life. The club sponsors several guest speakers on the USSR, a number of movies throughout the year and a Russian Christman Party and Easter Celebration. 216 INVOLVEMENT -E CERCLE FRANCAIS e Cercle Francais is NIVlSU's French club, founded in 976 and consists of 15 active members. The club's oals are to provide interesting extracurricular activities nd information concerning the French language and and to encourage spoken French. The group offers slide presentations on different regions of France, a traditional Christmas party, a spring trip to Glorieta, and French bake sales throughout the year for its members. QW Mike Romero, Bob Parsons, Jeff Smith, Jacques Laroche, Grieb, Tim Bright, Pierre Laroche, Pam Murray, Wilma Cor- Evie Montoya. Francois Laroche. Renee Laroche, tfa wi km. 623 - INVO LVEM ENT 217 NATIONAI FEDERATION OF GEF-IMAP STUDENTS Deutscher Studentenverein or the National Federatic of German Students, formed in 1975, is an organizatic that seeks to provide an opportunity for extracurricul pursuit of interests pertaining to the study of Germ: language and culture. Through various money raisir activities the clubs 40 members sponsor an annual O toberfest and faschingsball, both traditional Germa festivities. The club is open to anyone interested in tl German language and culture. L to R: First Row: Glen H. Daw, Gabriela Buchenau, Bonnie Bri Helga Delisle. Linda Cammack, Richard Flundell. Second Ro Shirley Grieb. Harald Grieb. Jeffery Smith, Bob Borgeson, Ka Burlow. Q 1 218 INVOLVEMENT ETA KAPPA NU cturo One: L to R: Glenn Dunn. Paul Horstrnann, Bruce Malm, ichael Esmay, Michael Humphrey, Kie Soo Hoo, Glenn Wright, John rsons, Vicente Garcia, Roberto FloJas-Teran, Sheila Horan, Paul zondo, Martin Lininger, Arthur Hurtado. Vickie Italiano, Jordan im. Second Picture: Jordan Krim, Martin Lininger, Joe Barnhart, ss Campbell, Larry Wofford, Joe Walsh, Kie Soo Hoo, John Par- ns, Jim Tomkinson. Glenn Wright, Bill Hall, Sheila Horan, John rce. Mike Pervere, James Barr. Barry Crume, Wayne Sonchar, chael Humphrey, Paul Horstmari, Vincente Garcia, Vickie Italiano. Eta Kappa Nu is an honorary society for electrical engineers. For the past 3 years Eta Kappa Nu has earn- Esrnay. Bruce Malm. Glenn Dunn, Arthur Hurtado, William Secretary, Karen Melick: Bridge Correspondent, Professor Ray- Black: Advisor, David Myers: Treasurer, Bruce Steinhaus: Mike Garcia: Vice-President. Eric Gunderson, Larry Sapp, Elizondo, Roberto F!oJas-Teran. ed a National award for outstanding service. lt's 40 members offer tutoring services to both high school and college students, Their activities include an annual banquet and a joint ligard symposium with IEEE. G-4 ,,.?' ,x"'N, .wg 1- ,7 dll V I iii. 1 1 ig i I T INVOLVEMENT 219 ASME , X x., .-.--1-i as . Aegean -.e:-H-v:- ' ' ' 5- ' " W gmt. ,. S 1 . gcc' .1 . . as - 1 r. ,sin t ' ,5 .Qual I! ff . , ,j 2 i- ' , xi! T gag "Ll as - ' ' 4 'Ye ' ', 4, Ax Officers: Carol Simms. Ernest Powell. Dianne Couchman, Mark Graham, Bill Pattison inot picturedl. Members, front row, Lynn Tyler, Jay Brownfield, Mark Graham, Ernest Powell. seated: Mike Gtothus, Heidi Whitmore, Selah Chipman, Vicki Bruch, Sam Subia. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers was formed here at NIVISU in 1931. ASME directs it's ef- forts toward the unification of the engineering profes- sion, increasing it's strength throughout the entire carn- pus. The club hosted the 1978 Rocky Mountain Region 220 INVO LVEIVI ENT nxt ,X l lux, xg F 1 'wo Swoifzh 1 ,I 44 P back row, Scott Graham, Carol Simms, Pat Conners. Greg Chip Mabie, Paul Hutchinson. Dianne Couchman. Bob Soroll. Shelly. Robert Mata, Sam Zervvekh. Paper conference among other activities they establi ed an effective relationship between the public, indus and the government. The club also has picnics 1 several guest speakers that come during the year. SOCIETY FOFI WOMEN IN ENGINEERING The Society for Women in Engineering is an organiza- tion of 20 women devoted to encouraging women to enter the engineering and other technical fields and pre- sent them with all facets of engineering. First started in 1969, the club has continued to grow in numbers and is open to anyone interested in the various fields of engineering. Activities for 77-78 included: the building of a digital chime clock, a resume book to be sold to companies and several visits to high schools. Front: Sylvia Meyers, Vicki Bruch, Michelle Barry, Sharon Schuster. Second Row: Elizabeth Benham, Cindy Williams, Shirley Maxwell, Marti Tinkle. Third Row: Rosemary Stohr, Kathy Mitchell, Lisa Holmes, Elizabeth Huffman. Officers: Front: Vicki Bruch, Vice- President: Michelle Barry. President: Sharon Schuster, Secretary- Treasurer. Back Row: Elizabeth Benham, and Marti Tinkle: Engineer's Council Reps. INVOLVEMENT 221 , M. " was "5 A r -ff - .num ,wg ,gm ' L,-'-: le- -qgsee. 4f'3,y.'f---155 .3 fa . 'X 1 ..l- '4 - v 1 , , 'N msn! X will H7100 Q. L I l 222 INVOLVEMENT The American Society of Civil Engineers established at NMSU in 1933 to help the student prepare himself for entry into the Civil Engineering profession by involve- ment in professional matters and contact with prac- ticing engineers. ASCE has received National recogni- tion as an outstanding chapter for the past five years. The group offers field trips, picnics, concrete canoe races, and special speaker presentations to enhance the knovvledge of it's members. This professional civil engineering society is open to all CE students and others interested in the engineering profession. 1st Group: first row: Sharon Schuster, Clyde Ely, David Spiers, Ferei- doon Ghahramani, Dan Krull, Karl Geibel, second row: Stephen Zediak, Matthew Goddard, Garry Keyes, Gary Eidson, Tom Myer, George Hartnett, seated, Manny Orosco, last row: Galan Hanson, Robert Saffer. Ron Black, Larry Engwall, Richard Pettigrew, Steve Laughter, Antonio Gonzales. 2nd Group: William Evasquez, Steven Harris, Karen Cummings, Charles Cave, Tom Hutchins, second row: Albert Arroyo. William Gray, Laura Hardin, Richard Sena, Gilbert Sollavs, Stephen Dick, last rovv: Mark Fesmire. Jim Camp. David Myers, Marcos Ramos, John Durkin. Officers: Michelle Barry, Chris Budd, Roger Stanfield, Bill Jones, John Tegtmeier, Dr. John Minor. 5 ASCE AIChE American Institute of Chemical Engineers is a stu- organization with aims to satisfy a practical area of not always covered in the regular curriculum. in 1968, AICE offers tutor services and holds get-togethers, fund raising functions, speakers and many other activities. The group is ed by Dr. Ed Groth and has 55 members. Kin Korzekwa. lan Edwards lpresl. Steve Hunt, Tary Tipton. Candaleria, Robbie Artiz. second row: Margie Fletcher. Cindy Liz Benham, Candy Steagal, Jim Williams, Rae Ricks, Martyi third row: Nick Fischer. Tammi Hayes lsecl. Danna Smith. Melkus. fourth row: Jeff Gibbs. George'Tharp. Keith Bingham Doug Daily, fifth row: Gary Hendricks, Marie Ashcraft. Charle lvpl Ken Breiten. INVOLVEMENT 223 YA-I, I :debug .4- 1' ,f 3 L to R First Row: Fred Fannin, Charles Horie, Scott Nlerville, Alcide Vincent. Esteban Acevedo III, Carl Hawley. Steve Schroats. Back Row: Benton Greer, Anne Nesbitt. Robyn Smith, Mark Cook. Lora Land, Picture Two: Leah Pavis, Secretary. Picture Three: Esteban Acevedo lll, Alcide Vincent, Mark Cook. RGUND-UP STAFF 4, ii ? 1.1 Q M 224 INVO LVEM ENT L5- i rw' " 'ff Number One: Pat Nesbitt and Flon Keller. Photographers. Two: Kerry Weems, N Columnist l????l: Three: Terry Brooks, Composition Editor: Four: Dave Ysais. Wire Editor. Five: Scott IVlerville, Editor-in-chief. ROUND UP STAFF The Round Up is made up of 30 students whose goal is to publish an informative and interesting newspaper for NIVISU students every lVlonday, Wednesday and Friday iexcept for holidays and finals week of coursel. The Round Up is funded by ASNIVISU and is free to all students. It is the only campus newspaper and thus tries to include national, international, local and campus nevvs in its publication. INVOLVEMENT 225 KNIVIS NMSLJ's "Music Station," KNMS had a most successful year as more people than ever tuned in to the campus radio. A major staff change occurred when Gayle Miller assumed the position of general manager following the resignation ofJeff Lyon in the Fall, Despite the change the station's format remained the same and KNMS continued to provide its listeners with the best in new and old music. The station's major goal is to teach and train students in radio and broadcasting. A 50-Hour Marathon benefitting the Barrier Breakers, a car show, guests like XFiOK's Phillips and Wall and KlNT's Kris Kelly were among the station's 1977-78 activities. KNMS employed 18 disc jockies, 'IO newscasters and 7 staff members. lg?" I f .jf jf! 226 INVOLVEMENT I v I .I I I ' I DVVAYNE CHAPLINE CHIEF ENGINEER IAugust-December. 1977 RADENE HOLLAND SECRETARY IAugust-December, 1977 ,I ROBERT LEWIS PRODUCTION DIRECTOR I0 OANOYCE ODONNELI. LOUIE SAENZ NEVVSXVIEWPOINT DIRECTOR PROGRAM DIRECTOR JEFF LYON GAYLE IVIILLER GENERAL MANAGER GENERAL MANAGER IMay-December. 19771 IJan.-May, 19781 INVOLVEMENT 227 BX 2 N M S .xA Y - fix nu ' X 1, . . ! ,-,. 'Q N ,,: .s N.: 'y -, -1, x F nk v .ZH YQ, ,, , -. y- -at 'N-:- NH '-rs ,"-Q: "'-N ,R N.p'T"f , ', - 5 1, , "" ,.'.. 'u' .L 1!.' . -Q 5 r P 's ft -Mm I :Ee .' Q, "ir, 'X 1978 SWASTIKA STAFF Swastika 7 dedicated staff members 6 skilled photographers countless pictures sharp layouts CODY combine with a heap of talent, an ample shot of time, a helping of patience, a cup of devotion, a ton of pride and a vvhole Iota love. . .mix all ingredients with a little im- agination and team vvork, let stew for 9 months." 'recipe makes 3800 copies of 1977-78 Swastika INVOLVEMENT 229 4. Ii. v"'J - f - '- -.. ' I 74: z""7,.1 . - f".-""' '. - - U , . , , ,. -1 ut- ,-rf t, , ' . ' , I ' '. ' , ' J-'. 'Q ' L, '- r . of if 1,45 GRADUATES 1978 1 CCLLEGE CF AGRICULTURE AND x , , 4 I . 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Brian Alsup Animal Science Clayton, N. M. Flaeann Ayers Home Ec. in Business Albuquerque, N. M. Richard Berry Ag. Business Mgt. Dexter, N. M. Sheri Brainerd Range Management Boswell, N.M. Rosalva Alvarez Home Ec. Ed Las Cruces, N. M. K ' I lt Kenneth Beal Agriculture Extension Las Cruces, N. M. Max Best Ag. Business Mgt. Grady, N.M. Wendy Brown Wildlife Science Ornaha, Nebraska "QQ-ws GRADUATES 233 Lawan Bukar Wildlife Science Marguba-Nigeria M51 Kathleen Catanach James Cavan NlIChael Chabot Home Ec. Business Resource Mgt Visitor Protection Animal Scnence Omaha. Nebraska Vancouver Canada Las Cruces N IVI Dina Chacon Home Ec, in Business Espanola, N. IVI. A A Nlamrnan Chado Range Science Dolgo-Nigeria Steven K. Cinnamon Deborah Coleman Francis Como Wildlife Science Home Ec. in Business Ag. Business Mgt. Dana, Illinois Albuquerque, N. M. Perrysburg, Ohio Carlos Leon De La Pena Darlene Ditmore Ali Duarte Ag. Business Mgt. Flange 81 Wildlife Science Pest Management Durango, Mexico Albuquerque, N. M. Venezuela Jack Duffey Eugene Esplain Patricia Lynn Evvin Ag. Extension 81 Ed. Ag. Business Mgt. Horticulture Lovington, N. M. Shiprock, N. M. Las Cruces, N.M. 9 Trefor Francis Ivlanv FFSYWZOY Marlena Garland AQ- EXYGYWSIOU 31 Ed. AQVOFIOVYWV Foods, Nutrition 81 Services Las Cruces, N, M, Hatch, N. M. Albuquerque, N. M. GRADUATES 235 Francesco Gomez Gerardo Gonzalez Tad R, Gourd AQ"0l"'0mV AQVODOFWY Horticulture and Pest Honduras lVlesilla, New lVlexico Albuquerque, New ix I , -'Q Steven GlUl'I'1lCk ' Cynthia Hall Jar-nes I-Ianifgn Agriculture Economics Flange Science Fisheries Science!VVildlife Las Cruces, New lVlexico Albuquerque, New Mexico Downers Grove, lll. Que James N. Heddlesten David Hein Jim Henrie Agriculture and Extension Education Wildlife Science Flange Science Las Cruces. New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico Corrales, New Mexico I E WA, Ea Phyllis Henrie Mark Hiles Curtis Hinton Agriculture Animal Science Soils Farmington, New Mexico Bent, New lVlexico Lovington, New Mexico 236 GRADUATES Mark Hudson Norman Hummel Peter Huntsnorget Animal Science Agronomy Range Science House, New Mexico Buffalo, New York Mayer, Arizona Carrah James Paula Keller Debbie Killough Home Economics Dietetics Dietetics Milan, New Mexico Baltimore, Maryland Fort Summer, New Mexico Ft-X Saidu KoloTitus Daniel Kitivo Marcia Larson H5099 SCieI'1CG Animal 3Ci9f1Ce Agriculture Business Management KORG' Nigeria Nairobi, KSVTYG Las Cruces, New Mexico Greta Marie Larson Nancy Lee Roseann Lipira Wildlife Science Animal Science Dietetics Los Alamos, New Mexico Wichita, Kansas Albuquerque, New Mexico GRADUATES 237 be ll, Epaminondas Lopez Margaret Magee Mary Ellen Martinez Agriculture Education Horticulture Home Ec. in Business San Pedro Sula, Honduras Albuquerque, New Mexico Espanola, New Mexico ,.a-ns Reuben Masaki Tshidiso James Masokwane Sandra McLaughlin Range Science Flange Science l-lorne Economics Education E, Africa Botswana Encino, New Mexico Michael Morrison Fisheries, Biology Baltimore, Maryland J. Sinoya Nankumba Adamu Nuruddeen Joseph L- Kuwai Agricultural Economics H9099 3059099 99099 SC'e"'Ce Ntchisil Malawi Nigeria Tanzania, Arusha 238 GRADUATES Nathan Ole-Lengisugi Patricia Omick Roger Oyler Animal Science Agricultural Economics Range Science Engasme, Tanzania Bayard, N. lVl. Las Cruces, N. lVl Gary Parker Virginia Pettigrew Debra Pollard Agricultural Engineering Home Ec Education Home Ec Education Tularosa, N. IVI. Grady, N. lVl. Hagerman, N. IVI. AI Porter Jr. Alfred Ramos Debclrah Rascon Agriculture Business Agronomy Home EC Education Socorro, N. IVI. Las Cruces, N. IVI, Carlsbad, N. lVl. W-A-'V -John Russell r Dale Ridley .Jose.J. Sanchez Agriculture Education Farm Management Range Science Las Cruces, N. lVl, Bellvievv, N. lVl. Anthony, N. IVI. GRADUATES 239 Robert P. Sedillc Gaseitslvve Seitshiro Marcia Shuman Range Science Range Science Home EC. Ed. LGS Cruces, N. IVI. BOISVVEIDS, Afl'iCa Amarillo, Texas if -e-P' Elsa Sierra Bob Sloan Patricia Smith Business Home Ec. 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'- -' . Im . - . I -1. ,-Mwwpmsikgmuluguu v n .- - 1 , - -'- .,,, , COLLEGE Q OF ARTS AND SCIENCES rmxnlil Ccoiey ang 'wif W I- Erwin Aguilar Bridget Allen Jose Alvarez Government Police Science Physics Las Cruces, N.IVI. Los Alamos, N.IVI. La Union, N.IVI. Robert B. Anderson lll Cynthia M. Bauer Laura Beach Physics Psychology Art Albuquerque, N.M. Floswell, N.IVI. Las Cruces, N.IVI. 'S' Denise Bleak Kimberly Briggs Katherine Brooke English Music Audiology Bayard, N.M. Las Cruces, N.M. Jal, N,lVl. elf Robert Callaway Susan Carah Government Biology Lordsburg, N.M. Las Cruces, N.IVl, GRADUATES 243 TSFGSG-CEIFFGOF1 Tibo Chavez Elizabeth J. Cooper S0C'0l09Y Government Literature l-HS Cruces' NM- Be-len. NNI. vviimene, illinois M52 I if -W rail. ,..aiw.i . Paul Crum Luis A. Delgado Peter Doerfert Individual SUJCHGS n Social Welfare Police Science St. Joseph, IVHSSOUVI Las Cruces, N.lVl. Aztec, N.lVI. Cindy DuBay George W. Duran Rhonda Englebright Journalism Psychology!Anthropology Speech Pathology Albuquerque, N.lVl. Las Cruces, N.lVl. Carlsbad, N.lVl. ff Duane Evans Terri Flickinger Joe Franco Police Science History Journalism!Government Bosque Farms, N.lVl. Las Cruces, N.lVl. Tularosa, N.lVl. 244 GRADUATES 'sf' 'QP 1-:sf ,,,...-an Carol French Sheilah Fultz Patricia Gage Biology Biology!Chemistry Psychology Littlefield, Texas Holloman, N.lVl. Santa Fe, N.M. Cecilia Garcia Sabrina Garcia Tina Garcia S0Ci0l09Y Police Science Social Vveware Carlsbad. N.M. Alamogordo, N.M. Albuquerque. NNI- ,Q I v' ,. V, I l l , Hema Giannini Marjorie Gilbert Tim Glasco Police Science Biology Biology Albuquerque, N.M. Auburn, Maine Alamogordo, N.lVl. Carol Ann Gonzales Maria Patricia Gonzalez Benton Greer Bi0'09Y J0Ul'l'16liSm Journalism Las Cruces, N.lVl. El Paso, Texas Tucumcari, N,M, GRADUATES 245 .9 x 'Ti' Z' Carla Guitar Hgbie Haines Police Science Biglogy ROSWGII. N.M. 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L35 Cruces, N,IVI, G FIADUATES 247 Timothy Kraemer Gary Kuykendall BIOIOQV Psychology Alamogordo, N.M. Dexter, N.M. 3 l ,i ' ,ff if WWJ ..,,-,-.-fam' l A Y - KN..-..vw.1.n Ruth Lewis Sylvia Leyba Sociology!Anthropology Government!SocioIogy Alamogordo, N.IVl. Deming, N.M. ix Joe Madrid Fiamoncita Nlaestas English BioIogy!Chemistry Las Cruces, N.M. Las Cruces, N.M. Phyllis Marshall Pamela Mather Sociology Drama West Patterson, N.J. Gurley, Nebraska 248GRADUATES wk 17" James Lee Computer Science Los Alamos, N.M. Susan Lukawski Journalism O'FaIlon, Illinois Wanda Main Biology Raton, N.M. QANII David Martinez Philosophy Espanola, N.M. Jacquelyn Moitoret French!Psychology Silver City, N.M. Norman Mozley Computer Science Albuquerque, N.M. Pamela Nichols Police Science Las Cruces, N.M. Blaine Miller Alcide Vincent Independent Studies Journalism Ruidoso, N.M. Pawtucket, Fi.l. Gina Morelli James Morgan Police Science Police Science Los Alamos, N.M. Fort Sumner, N.M. Bala Musa Danny Neal Biology Police Science Kano, Nigeria Sierra Blanca, Tx. fl, 'T Jane Noakes David Nuckolds Social Welfare Police Science Rochester, New York Albuquerque, N.lVl. GRADUATES 249 Pamela Oldach Speech Pathology Las Cruces, N.lVl. Edwin Palmer Music Education Santa Fe, N.lVl. Mark Phinney Computer Science Albuquerque, N.lVl. 4,,.a.. Selma Pierce Chemistry Las Cruces, N.lVl. 250 GRADUATES Johnny Oakley Debra Palmer Drama Computer Science Farmington, N.lVl. Albuquerque, N.lVI. -I Y , N,,, James Payne Sherry Peck Sociology Psychology!SocioIogy Anthony, N.lVl. Alamogordo, N.lVl. . 7' 'A i f wif.,-U A , l P 4 qs I ,x 1 ' , 7 1 "M f ,ww A F . l X fi 'IQ "?Bfai"a -'IF5' 1 i6 A . L 5 3 , -a V L l . 1 1 A fl Cruz Rodriguez Freddie Romero Government Government Deming, N.M. Hondo, N.lVI. Floyd Rountree Debra Russell Government Speech Arts Eunke, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M. Geraldine Pino Social Welfare Santa Fe, N.M. ,ar fl-fr Sharon Roberts Police Science Springer, N.M. Georgette Romero Psychology!Sociology Santa Fe, N.lVI. Regina Ryanczak Russian Albuquerque, N.M. GRADUATES 251 "LX Cecil Sandoval Merri Shelton Barbara Ann Shorty Biology!Chemistry Music Police Science AUDUQUQYQUGI N-'VL Dallas, Texas Sanostee. N.M. l Lee Schuster Mike Silva Doresia Simmons Individual Studies Psychology Art!EngIish Albuquerque, N.M. Espanola. N.M. Alamogordo, N.M. L "Q 1 T '- T , 'lllyin EH 1 ,Z ' H, . 444 y' Ts Katherine Smothers John Sweo Gary Tolleson Journalism Journalism Biology House, N.M. Cleveland, Ohio Roswell, N.M. 252 G RADUATES ,,.,-49 , ff Richard Trujillo Roland Villa Gary Vilott Government Music Education Computer Science Dixon, N.M. Santa Fe, N.M. Alamogordo, N.M. .xx Calvin Wax Journalism Patricia Waconda Social Welfare lsleta, N.M. 'Q l f'-- ,, Autra Watley Biology Las Cruces, N.lVl. West Orange, N.J. Kerry Weems Anita White Linda Winans PsycholOQVfPhilosophy Social Welfare Computer Science Las Cruces, N.lVl. Santa Fe, N.M. Las Cruces, N.M. 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Appleton Marketing-Business Hobbs, N.lVl. l Sixto R. Aranda Management Deming, N.lVl. X, , ,, i K ' I' Barbara Bays Patricia Beggane Sec. Administration Accounting Farmington, N.M. Las Cruces, N.M. Elisa Anderson Accounting Alamogordo, N.lVl. Claude Aragon Management San Rafael, N.M. Russell Baker lVl anagement!Antl'1ropology Las Cruces, N.M. Thomas Bilan Accounting-B.S.A. Albuquerque, N.IVl G RAD UATES 255 Yvonne Bruhn Bus. Mgt.!BA 81 Econ Logan, N.M. Kevin Brown Finance Albuquerque, N.M. Russell Cook Finance Davenport, Iowa 2 56 GRADUATES Kenneth Cordova Finance 81 Mgt. Belen, N.M. Sandy Blaine Accounting Los Lunas. N.M. Margaret J. Chavez Business Mgt. Las Cruces, N.M. -- 1 ----f?' -H 1 ff-j j- ' l 'S lit ri' 'f l lp.-at , if le. it Elizabeth A. Colley BA 84 Econ.fAccounting Floswell, N.M. Fred Corey Accounting Albuquerque, N.M. Craig Bowden Finance Alamogordo, N.M. Susan Collins Marketing Alamogordo, N.M. ii: David B. Cooley BA 8: Econ.!Accounting Boswell, N.M. 49' Betty Cottrill Business Mgt. Albuquerque, N.M. ur Y - x .," Sharon Craig Janet Cunningham Carmelo Deliz Sec. Administration Econ. 81 Sociology Finance Hobbs, N.IVI. Monument, N.IVI. Los Angeles, Cal. Ia, Bernadine Dominguez Craig Dunagan Jackie Duran Sec. Administration Accounting Accounting Gallup, N.M. Carlsbad, N.Nl. Roswell, N.IVI. James Doil Darla Dollahon Benito J. Dominguez Management Accounting Business Administration Sunland Park, N.IVI. Farmington, N.IVI. Las Cruces, N.IVI. Janice Earhart Mark Ecenie Anita Esparza JOL-lf'f'18llSl'T1 Economics Finance Eunice N.IVI. Belen, N.IVI. Ft. Amador, Canal Zone G RAD UATES 257 V 1 Stephanie Euler Marketing Alamogordo, N.M. Charmaine Debra Fulgenzi Finance Santa Fe, N.M. Karl Garling Finance Albuquerque, N.M. 258 GRADUATES Frances Gomez Business Mgt. Dulce, N.M. I I ,ef , Mike Fierro A Thomas Foertrneyer Management Marketing Tortugus, N.M. Wyoming, Ohio 'T are Yolanda C. Garcia Sarah Garde Accounting Economics in Business EI Fiito, N.M. Belen. N.M. X' Y . James Q. Gipson Grant Gist Mgt. Accounting Management Farmington, N.M. Carlsbad, N.M. Patricia Gomez Steve Gonzales Sec. Administration Management Las Cruces, N.M. Santa Fe, N.M. Jean Harrelson Finance 'Ai' Cedar Crest. N.M. Paul Gordon Hector Grado Keith Griffin Finance Business Mgt. Accounting Carlsbad, N.M. Eunice, N.M. LOS AISFYIOS. N-iVi- -r--wn Belle Harris Accounting Midland, Texas Kenny Hayes Daniel Heavner Business Mgt. Management Tulsa, Oklahoma Albuquerque, N.M. J' John E. Heredia Rhonda Hemingway Michael Hester Accounting Accounting Management Long Beach, California Farmington, N.M. Clovis, N.M. G FIADUATES 259 Zane C. Hudson Susan Jeffries BA 81 Econ.!lVlgt. Accounting Las Cruces, N.M. Farmington, N.M. ,a-1- iff... 4 N ra , . :K Teresa Jennings Daniel Jessup Carol Jillson Finance Accounting Accounting Fioswell, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M. Las Cruces, N.IVl. 1 i i 1 f v Q 1 Kevin H. Jillson Robert Johnson Albert Jordon Econ.!Finance Accounting Accounting Albuquerque, N.M. Tucumcari, N.M. Hobbs, N.M. 260 G RADUATES fi Linda King Roy King Anita.K.lein . Accounting AccountingfEcon. Sec. Administration Deming, N.M. Roswell, N,lVI, Ruidoso, N.M. Harriet Lucero Business Mgt. Grants, N.M. ,Nas Miriam Larson Cody R. Leser Accounting Marketing Las Cruces, N.M. Las Cruces, N.M ,hw 4. X. : 1 , i - . .. 'IL l Mary Libby Margo Lines Management Accounting Bueyeros, N.M. Silver City, N.M. I Y ' if , Ray Lucero James Lujan Accounting lVlarketing!Mgt. Arabella, N.M. Belen, N.M. Deanna Lytle BA SL Econ!M arketing Green Valley, Arizona Debbie Maestas Management Espanola, N.M. f- -1-V --warm:-:-:xsxur-.insur.1+.rm-I-rw Fred R. Magnuson Gregory Maxwell Accounting Accounting Harlem, Montana Gallup, N.M. X :Alt Vi -1? Susan McDonald Phil Millender Julie Miller Accounting Accounting Accounting Tatum, N.M. Clovis, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M. W ff Rhonda Minarcin Paul A. Mitchell Ronnie Molleur BA 81 Econ!Mgt. Accounting BBA Economics Las Cruces, N.M. Carlsbad, N.M. Grants, N.M, f ' V X-Ox N X R Martin Mondragon Richard Moore Allen IVIOSISY Business Administration!Mgt. Accounting ACCOUFIUHQ Santa Fe, N.M. Santa Fe. N.M. LBS CFUCSS, N-NL 262 G RADUATES di c Q 5 Jean Neely Alisa Neil Accounting Sec. Administration Las Cruces, N.IVl. Albuquerque, N.M. Cherriel L. Newsom Landon Newton Marketing Finance Albquerque, N.M. Springer. N.lVl. Yolanda O'ConneIl David Ortega Gloria Oyler Finance Accounting BA 81 Econflvlarketing Glenwood, N.M. Palm Springs, Cal. Artesia, N.M. T57 Catherine Peck BA 81 Econ.!lVlgt. Accounting Truth or Consequences, N.M. g, -cl Y.-QV Si JoAnn Petranovich Amy Plante Management Bus. Systems Analysis Gallup, N.M. Roswell, N.M. GRADUATES 263 .,.... Hilda Rascon Suzanne Ricketts Michael Rivera Business Administration Business Administration Economics Las Cruces N M Las Cruces N M Las Cruces N M Carl Saenz Clyde Sanchez Patrick Sanchez BBA!Management Accounting Management Las Cruces. N.M. Espanola, N.M. Belen, N.M. JoAnn Sedillo Curtis Seward Michael Sleeter Accounting Finance Management Roswell. N.M. Springer, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M 264 GRADUATES 'Qwfv Audrey Spears Laurie L. Sta9QS Secretarial BA 81 Econ.!Mgt. Cloudcroft, N.M. AlbuQU9fCll-'91 N-'VL David Stewart Wendy Thurow Bus. Marketing Sec. Administration Hobbs. N.M. Albuquerque. N.M. v 1 i glg it M Philip Trujillo Management Belen, N.M. Francisco Vigil Management Santa Fe, N.M. Frank Zeleny Economics Albuquerque, N.M. V V W in ii ii iii ii W H M i iii Wi uw iii iii wii ii UNH H Floss Orr Bus. Accounting Albuquerque, N.M. I , it J David H. Williams Marketing Roswell, N.M. Michele Zulka Accounting Albuquerque, N.M. 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Education Las Vegas, N.M. Carrizozo. N.M. fl' r'f!""f Patricia Fulmer Dolores Gallegos Sharon Gardner Dietetics Elementary Education Secondary Education Vanadium, N.M. Belen, N.M. Carlsbad, N.M. Tommy Garza Bernice Gillespie Nancy Grace Education Elementary Education Elementary Education Lordsburg, N.M. Organ, N.M. Albuquerque, N.lVI. Bobby Hall Dianna Harris Tom Jensen Education Elementary Education Elementary Education Springer, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M. Las Cruces, N.M. Jeanette Johnson Patricia .Jones Jan Kalin Elementary Education Nursing Elementary Education Artesia, N.lVl. Alamogordo, N.lVl. Clarksville, Tenn, G RADUATES 269 f-ef ,.g 415 .L La John Kalid Allen Kingsley Education Elem. Education Plymouth, Ind. Las Cruces, N.M. v.."".l-Jaw. H Deborah Lussmyer Jackie MacDougaIl Mary McAdams Physical Educ. ' Sec. Education El. Education Las Cruces, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M. Magdalena, N.M. Billy Mondragon Alice Muncrlef Susan MYGFS Physical Educ. Physical Educ. El. Education Des Moines, N.M. Las Cruces, N.M. Las Cruces. N.M. 27O GRADUATES ii gf Myron Marquardt Education Alamogordo, N.M. s f . 45. W .....7i:- lb " 1--.. ?3i5?35V54'. 'P ?'T"TL:-Y'5:Q. se " :F egg . '-'nj-1'-. Z H il - . - .. il ' .F WEA ' x. 5:5 Q '-4.-" if-f ,M I N HE i 'wiivlgi 153 -ax .MT 2,5 . N ' - il .. 13.3, ., ' f I X md. 'A - - 1. 4' v ' . . . Q is N " E? 2.571 5 ,-wnvw f. . ,. . , . I W if - Kimberly Orr ' ' ' . Y wg Art Education , if f Odessa Texas ,..,.. ,.f,1i1.::f . S .xg .- A - 2-ni 4 R 1 :EEK iq, ., ' ""'5' ', " . ff. . N 52-2f:,.,.., - If A, gig-i"' . A 4- .ff . , ff. . -f ,fa Sf., " Y. . sh N 3-x - ,.- - A. .., .fa Hhs? 3- fytpyif-,..3 q i . T Q5 if: 1- - J me A-At.. -V - 1' , 4. ,cd ,gl -I -Flqiqjm. ' ig...-.-,Aw . 'gm - K 1 'L -gpg, 1.---gf' 'v - sv J-v .-2, -Quin:-r. ,1 , . .. f.. , ,..:,.,fg ,- pmt . wr., Y .f,.,w:. .11 KP' iii-2"-4-1' ' Will?" W ' 1 - Q.. ...lf was . as . iv. ' 1'-' nrrf' NH' . . ' -. . J - 1 .5.5. gil' . ' . - -. . 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N-lVl- Las Cruces, N.lVl. Las Cruces, N.lVl. 41' Mary Scott Ruth Silva Sandra K, Sirnpggn Elem. Education Elem. Education 81 Special Ed. Elem. Education Las Cruces, N.lVl. Truth or Consequences, N.lVl. Las Cruces, N,IVl, 'U' .xr Sharon Stokes Barbara P. Terrell Candace Thomas Elem.Education Elem. Education Elem. Education Denison, Texas Los Alamos, N.lVl. Hobbs, N.lVl. 1 . :E . Charlotte A. Thomas David Thomas Susan K. Thomas Elem. Education Education S.S. i Elem. Education Alamogordo, N.lVl. Amarillo, Texas Las Cruces, N.lVl. 272 GRADUATES Ann Thompson BioloQy!Education Odessa, Texas Abbie Toon Elem. Education Alamogordo, N.lVl. Cheryll Wertzberger f Sec. Administration!Cont. Ed. Las Cruces, N.lVl. 1 K Nancy Wyrick Education Carlsbad, N.lVl. Kathryn Weaver Sec. Education Alamogordo N.M. Gary White Education Albuquerque, N Carmen Yanez Elem. Education Las Cruces, N.lVI. 273 x x A . S, . 1 'J ' E I 1 -,.,,....-.Ns lg a 15: '- : : ,, ,.-.39 . ' 1-' . - 2 .,, 5' . 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'Y-"FWS .""'1fii?wi-I-.'.'. I' '51-fl" .. 5 "M "' ab! --jf:igrQi:,Qjq2QL:.:::g:Zffs3-ffQAQ--11, 5 .. ,.... . - , - wvpfmafetsff- W ' .H mzuaggq. 2 affvxbwv- 74 G RADUA-I-ES Denis AI'I'T1ijO Gary Bales Engineering Technology Engineering Technology AIUUCIUGVCIUSI NGVV MGXICO Las Cruces. New lVlexico Michelle Barry Charles A. Bennett Civil Engineering Chemical Engineering Amarillo, Texas Crownpoint, New Mexico X, V , A , LE Tom Blaine . Keith Bingham Bill VV. Buckner AQl'iCUlfU"8l Englneennfil Chemical Engineering Electrical Engineering AIDUQUGVQUQ NQVV 'Vl9X'C0 Hobbs, New Mexico Boswell. New Mexico Anthony Candelaria Bob Cole John Corriveau Chemwa' En9""ee"'nQ Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Alamogordo' New MeX'CO Albl-IGUGVCIUSI NSW Mexico Las Cruces, New lVlexico GRADUATES 275 Flicardo Delgado Industrial Engineering Las Cruces, New Mexico lan Edwards Chemical Engineering Hobbs, New Mexico John Franchini Mechanical Engineering Aztec. New Mexico Vicente Garcia Electrical Engineering Anothony, New Mexico 276 GRADUATES Gary Lee DeShazo Dewey Davis Electrical Engineering Engineering Technology Clovis, New Mexico Las Cruces, New Mexico Mark Fesmire Michael Flores Geological Engineering Electrical Engineering Cloudcroft, New Mexico Wolcott, Connecticut Felix Garcia Michael R. Garcia Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Chamserino, New Mexico Santa Fe, New Mexico ..u..Q' 4,1 1-Q, Jeff Gibbs Scot Graham ' Chemical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Allentown, Pennsylvania Truth or Consequences. New Mexico Laura Hardin Robert Dino Herrera Gary Hendricks Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Chemical Engineering Las Cruces, New Mexico Las Vegas, New Mexico Truth or Consequences. New Mexico .1 il Bart Hine Antonio Hinojos Margaret Lee Hossley Electrical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Clovis, New lVlexico Guaymas, lVlexico Deming, New lVlexico Gary Krivokapich Lorraine Landers Rosario lVlaria Lara Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Industrial Engineering Farmington, New Mexico Santa Fe, New lVlexico Berino, New Mexico I l f I l Florian Lucero Electrical Engineering San Juan, New Ivlexico GRADUATES 277 Martin Maese Daniel Mares Cynthia McAdams Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Las Cruces, New Mexico Santa Fe, New Mexico Magdalena, New Mexico 43' Cecilia McClung Jeffrey McWilliams Daniel R. Medina Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Industrial Engineering Deming, New Mexico Jal, New Mexico Las Cruces, New Mexico We ii.. -Q, John Lloyd Merino William Merryman David Miller . Civil Engineering Engineering Technology Electrical Engineering San Lorenzo, New Mexico Shenandoah. Iowa Hobbs. New MEXICO , .43 gal N!-T? -" Mark Miller John Moffatt Ronald Moya I Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Santa Fe, New Mexico Alamogordo, New Mexico Belen, New Mexico 278 GRADUATES 445- James P. Murphy David Myers Joseph M. Ortega Engineering Technology Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Belen, New Mexico Los Alamos, New Mexico Espanola, New Mexico Anthony A. Okoh Julia Owens Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Nigeria Gibson City, Illinois Stephanie D. Pacheco Denton Price Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Taos, New Mexico Raton, New Mexico ! l Ps Joe Prieto Ernest Powell James Heddlesten Chemical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Agricultural Engineer Artesia, New Mexico Las Cruces, New Mexico Las Cruces, New Mexico GRADUATES 279 fi iff I li ,O .. i . V V Y if gr David VV. Read Mitch Relfi Rae Lynn Ricks Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering Cnernieei Engineering Farmington, New Mexico Farmington, New Mexico Gallup, New Mexico Charles Russell Vinay M. Sabnis James Schoenherr Electrical Engineering Industrial Engineering Civil Engineering Clovis, New Mexico Bombay, India Springfield, Illinois Sharon Schuster Steve Seal Ronald Sears Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering Chemical Engineering Albuquerque, New Mexico Carlsbad, New Mexico Midland, Michigan ii: i 7 Nancy Smart Gilbert Sollars Wayne Sonchar Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Albuquerque, New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico Raton, New Mexico 280 GRADUATES Kie L. Sool-loo Physics, Electrical Engineering Gallup, New Mexico Bruce Steinhaus Electrical Engineering Los Alamos. New Mexico Martin Victor Trujillo Civil Engineering Las Vegas, New lVlexico 'um-is? -uf Greg Watson Electrical Engineering Artesia, New Mexico Roger Blake Stanfield Candy K. 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Member FDIC Restaurant A Complete 2 Portion Menu 24 Hours-a-Day Breakfast Specials Served l 6 a.m.-11 a.m. Daily Call 526-2111 IOWJ D1scount . . , W,th NMSU ID Lunch and Dlnner Speclals Take-out Servlce 1 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Daily Banquet Rooms Seven Days a Week 2405 S. Valley Dr., I-10 S. Main Las Cruces ' ADVERTISING 293 294 ADVERTISING H I -F' m u g D i ' 1 l'w,a.I .v -I -Q1" -f.-I, 4 I 9 ' ' ' 6 ' NE - - ' a- ,'.g,I - - . '- ffllllififf E ff-55? 'fv I l- I L "IAN-1 Q -- ' ' I ' ---: 1 i :S .. I '1 'I 1 Y I 1 'V - I ff ' F ifw-3 'lu ml Q I W 2 F2 2' A E ..-- 5,2 U is 4' r .. 1 fl W Q' B-.t.t.-f 07 U' Q . " r 'is ng- ' , 3 IEAAQ. lg!-Z! 'Q' I ILEFHIIIA'-I-i5"? A W" I-..-'N' 9-,Qt ' ,gf aw ' :f ' wl K .ss iff' ' . I . .. 5-zz , A Ii' L," - , I 1 I X IW X I Q I ' , 1 Sk 'wil it I If fx no 'Z .elf 1 b X IX qf -A Q. .44 , it if . QL, If Z ff g Q - -'W tr I ' QQ- i I ' xii: . S-43" , p aa wx - -V -- . - 1 ic ,ff If f S. f f fi N 1 ,ml .ff ' 'HL-ig, I jews . 'TL ,-'L-mf" ml' . . ,.,- 241' 3, Q35-5.1gqja ip'-' V3 1' ,' iizgfpg'-., Wf1f -2' -1...,,f Qec5'1gQXj .- A f " A- f m, If A ,'..,- x, H -X . - 4 XQPE-.QGNQM l., 5 3 , if ' I N -, :I . ' 3. W1 ,. .V "" L, I g U.. X HAFIDBACKS 8a PAPEHBACKS IN ALL CATEGORIES BUOIQ CMIQQQ 'E+ Flowers Whisper What Words Never Say . . . CURT'S FLOWER SHOP Florafax Flowers for all occasions A.F.S. Weddings Bridal Arrangements City-Wide Daytime Church Decorations Delivery Hospital Corsages Funeral I , Dried 8a Forever Arrangements 'U Q: Call Day or Night E ' , ,Q 1312 E. Nevada S. Solano Las Cruces gg - N ...We are here ...Q v -A fi' ,, --vw .,:-r,,.- . .PY 'wif' to serve you. 'Nr'-'v lltll l il' ' YEARSX 8: Loan A iation orssxvnc-EX V I if . I I I WI, I SINCE 1926-ASSETS OVER S68,000,000.00 . 4 I SAVINGS LOANS - INSURED SAEEW UP TO . REAL ESTATE EQUAL HOUSING 40.000 DOLLARS LOANS LENDER - DIVIDENDS PAID - HOME IMPROVEMENT QUARTERLY LOANS OPEN vo we IIRISUREL, SA wr-,IQ A fgw:'1ILIr'IT Now K L H014 I I I . 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LAS cRucEs, New Mexico I New Mexico Hwy. 28 at Interstate 10 Take Mesilla Off-Ramp Turn West-V2 Mile Mail: Box 2677, Mesilla, New Mexico 88046 Phone: 505-526-5773 298 ADVERTISING HAYD EN'S ACE HARDWARE I 1210 FUSTEI RD. LAS CRU O' 1 NEW MEXIIU ACE HARDWARE YOUR HELPFUL HANDY HARDWARE MAN Week Days: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays: 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. hardware plumbing do-it-yourself needs electrical housewares lawn 8a garden needs chain saw sales Gu service 1210 Foster Rd. 522-7220 4 Z5 O lnternatlonal of LAS CRUCES HAIR STYLING ron MEN 8: WOMEN o HAR ANALYSIS o CAPILO SCALP TREATMENTS o CROWN HAI! PIECES PERMS o 3 STYLISTS 'I'O SERVE YOU APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE 524-1500 1237 EL PASEO RD. LAS CIUCIS IIAZIYO SHOPPING CINTII ADVERTISING 299 BECAUSE WE DARE TO LIVE, WE CAN DREAIVIQ BECAUSE WE DARE TO DREAM, WE CAN GROW. ENCOUNTEFI 301 302 ENCOUNTER Other Photo Contributions made by: Paul West Glenn Cates Rich Trantham Patrick L. Berrett Gary Sinick, Oakland, Calif. Jose Lopez Jerry Sandoval Hal Lefton SWASTIKA Staff Photographers Richard Lawrence Brian Elliott Cris FitzGerald William Dick Howard Nl ier Baron Clifford Richard lVliller Charles Bennett Title page photo: Brian Elliott Endsheet and aerial photo lBig "A"Jg Rollage and Assoc., Pat Berrett Ballon design, cover contest avvard winner: Doug Bird, Sr., .Jounalism Artwork: Elaine Cooley Cover Design: Staff and Liz Hayes The Editor wishes to extend many thanks to all who played a part, no matter hovv small in the production of this yearbook. In particular: Bill Williamson Barbara Hubbard , D. A. Tyler Larry Giles "Doc" Martin Dave Lopez Jeff Lyon Gayle IVliller, and the KNIVIS Gang Scott Nlerville, and the RU Staffers Peggy Elder Gerald Thomas Irene Dick Pho-Tec lnc. Dave, Tom 81 Lenny Rollage 81 Assoc. Pat Berrett The 1978 SWASTIKA, Volume 72 was manufactured by Inter Collegiate Press of Shawnee Mission, Kansas. 3800 copies of 304 pages each were printed by the offset lithography process with a trim size of 9" x 12". A single hard-bound cover of 160 point heavy-weight binders board is Smyth lsignaturel sewn. End sheets are 65 pound Vellum Bristol. Paper is 80 pound double-coated enamel. Body copy, picture identifications and kickers are Universe Wide and Universe Extra Bold Wide 10, and 8 point. Headline style is Newton Medium 24 point and 30 point. Linotype and paste-up were done by ICP. All senior photography done by Ed Clark of Mel Newsom and Associates, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma who also produced the prints. All other photography done by SWASTIKA photographers and those contributors mentioned. 4-color reproductions done from type "C" prints. 3,000 plus man hours were logged in the creation of this yearbook, carrying the theme, "ALL people should live together in harmony." 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