Stephen F Austin State University - Stone Fort Yearbook (Nacogdoches, TX)
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1 (o Cover Design by Reesman S. Kennedy THE ST E FORT STEPHEN F. AUSTTN STATE UNIVERSITY NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS MIKE FEHRLE editor-in-chief KARA KUNKEL associate editor MARY RUTH DUNLAP adviser SECTION EDITORS: Caren Andrews, classes Chuck Baldree, sports Debbie Hengst, academics Renee Instine, organizations Bill Poplin, greeks Denise Tickner, sports STAFF MEMBERS: darrell albert melanie brown kevin cherry nelda davis linda dykes pam goudeau lamyrle harper joni haines phyllis johnson kay lindsey linda lively vanya martin jackie mentz kathy o ' neil daryl perkins chip woodall PHOTOGRAPHERS: Bruce Braden Janna Brown CONTENTS Activities and Honors 1 8 Sports 94 Organizations 152 Greeks 216 Administration 262 Academics 272 Classes 320 . a n nYO mm Qua aoo a Br A Realistic View More Than a Person, a Friend 9 itudenl Express Yourself Activities and Honoi 20 Fair Draws Record Crowd An estimated 15,000 people crowded the SFA stadium and parking area to attend the East Texas Country Fair during the weekend of April 19, 1975. Highlighting the fair was a nine and a half hour open-air concert in the stadium featuring six popular groups. Fans brought blankets and refreshments to get comfortable on the football field while they listened to Michael Murphy, the East Texas String Ensemble, Ted Nugent and the Amboy Dukes, the Goose Creek Symphony, Black Oak Arkansas and Trapeze. In addition to the concert the fair offered such standard attractions as rides, a spook house, games, food, live bands, a flea market, a dance and just plain fun. 21 11,293 Enroll After all the hassles, confusion and tears, registration for the fall semester ended with a record enrollment of 11,293 students. This was an increase of four per cent over last year. Statistics after the twelfth class day revealed that there were more 18-year-olds than any other single age group, men slightly outnumbered women overall, the highest number of students took 15 hours and the fresh- man class was the largest. Availability of classes, as usual, was the chief prob- lem. Few students were able to complete registration without stopping at least once to rearrange schedules and consult advisors on possible alternatives. Another problem for students was the inevitable rise in fees, resulting from inflation ' s effect on the price of food and energy and from the addition of cable TV to several of the newer dorms. Seemingly this increase in the price of college deterred few because students man- aged to squeeze into the crowded space anyway, and over 100 students were housed in local hotels for several weeks when dorms were overloaded. 23 26 onsors Hawaiian Bash The Hawaiian Bash trans- formed the UC into a tropical fun center for the UC Activ- ity Committee ' s annual affair. Features of the bash included the movie, " Endless Summer; " a night club act, the Coconut Grove; a gam- bling casino; and a Hawaiian wedding booth. A dance following the bash featured " Joe City, " a Dallas rock band. 27 " Godspell, " a religious musical based on the gospel of St. Mat- thew, was the first SFA theatre production ever to run during the first week of the fall semester. As a graduate student project the play ran for eight performances in the summer and six in the fall. Starring in the musical were James Mayberry, Lenard Blackwell, Mark Elliott, Sally Askins, Alan Fox, Colleen Glasse, Gil Homer, David L. Hudson, Amy Robertson and Jo Wilson. Student Government Elections Symphony Sponsors Children ' s Concert Wheelchair Basketball The Houston Easy Riders, a paraplegic basketball team, played an exhibition game against three teams representing the SFA faculty, Interf raternity Council and participants in varsity athletics. After spotting the teams 40 points, the Easy Riders and Lumber- jacks tied at 71 for three quarters of play. Members of the Lumberjack team expressed definite feelings of ineptitude while playing on their home territory in unfamiliar vehi- cles against the experienced and adept Easy Riders. Proceeds from the game went to the SFA Social and Rehabilita- tion Services Club. Keith Berger, Mime Keith Berger created silence for an over-capacity crowd when he performed in the Main Ballroom Nov. 3. In his performance Berger re-invented the ancient art of mime. He did not speak during the performance but exhibited an uncanny control of his body and the space around him. Berger ' s amazing body control became evident as soon as he was brought on stage by two men and the crowd became trapped in his silence. In a noon performance in the East College Cafeteria to pro- mote his appearance, Berger jumped on a table and proceeded to hang himself. One student ' s reaction was " I wanted to rush up and cut him down — it was so real. " Death of a Salesman ' ' " Death of a Salesman, " Arthur Miller ' s Pulitzer Prize winning American drama ran from Oct. 7-10 at SFA under the direction of Dr. H. Lawrence Zillmer. The play presented common men and women as the heroes in a critical expression of American life. Starring in the play were David Silberman as Willy Loman, Cathy Bowden as Linda, Robert Low as Happy, and James Waits as Biff. " House of Blue Leaves " John Guare ' s " House of Blue Leaves, " a comedy of frustration, under the direction of Pam Brassey, Euless graduate, ran from Oct. 16-18. The play, a black comedy in which the audience found itself laughing at things that were not funny, was performed in a setting designed with the intimate theatre in mind, bringing the audience into the action. Starring in the play were John Holloway as Artie, Gail Homer as Bananas, and Kathy Bohn as Bunny. Shawn Phillips Homecoming 75; ' The Steen dears ' ' 40 " Mackme Butterfly " and 4 4 The Scarecrow " 42 Muscular Dystrophy Dance Marathon Christmas! Christmas! Countdown started midway through the fall semester. As December 25 neared dorm rooms suddenly took on hoi 1- day decor and local forests lost a few of their smaller bushes when students brought the greenery " home " to add a note of cheer to the p re-exam weeks. With mounting anticipation of a three-week vacation and a reunion with family and friends, studying for finals seemed virtually impossible. In the traditional tree-lighting ceremony at the University Center everyone joined in bringing candles for peace and in singing familiar carols as one of the semester ' s final activities. Shows Present Latest Fashion In Clothing, Hair, Makeup 48 Free UC Classes Offering spare time alternatives to regular classes, the University Center provided free instruction and information on a variety of subjects in which SFA students indicated an interest. Included in the schedule of special interests were " All About Cooking, " " Fly Fishing and Fly Tying, " " Needlepoint, " " Wood Refinishing, " " Out- door Survival and Camping, " " Squaredancing, " " Powder Puff Mechanics, " " Organic Gardening, " " Horseback Riding, " " Complete Bicycle Repair, " " Pottery Making, " " Rugmaking, " " Soap Making, " and " Of f-the-Loom Weaving. " 50 On Campus Diversions Each semester there are hopes that the sunny days will outnumber the rainy ones. However, you can ' t have every- thing. So, with each magnificent sun-filled day who dared to miss the opp ortunity to enjoy some of the simple pleas- ures of life? On any bright day one could see scores of stu- dents soaking up the sun, bicycling, testing their senses after a too short weekend, getting together in the Vista, and just doing doing those things that made one, or someone else, feel special. But then who says there has to be sun- shine to feel special? 52 53 54 Individuality Amidst Many 56 Spare Time Off Campus If you hate packing a suitcase, it is remarkable what one can find to do to pass away precious idle hours, ng sur- rounded by beautiful forests and lakes, many students are more than eager to take advantage of them by camping, fishing, skiing, or just enjoying the scenery (depending on who you are with). While some are making use of nature ' s gifts, others are making use of what mankind has provided plenty of. To most, pool, pizza, and partying are in the top category of man ' s favorite inventions, and naturally no stu- dents are complaining. 62 Fine Arts Series TOP LEFT: The San Antonio Symphony Orchestra, Oct. 29, 1975. BOTTOM LEFT: Fred Waring and His Young Pennsylvanians, Feb. 10, 1976. ABOVE LEFT: The Barber of Seville . . . Rossini, March 3, 1976. ABOVE RIGHT: Fiesta Folklorico, National Dance Company of Mexico, Nov. 11, 1975. 63 64 UC Sponsors Tournaments 66 Presidential Search Committee Due to the retirement of Dr. Ralph W. Steen, SFA president, at the end of the 1975-76 school year, the Board of Regents created a 16 member Presidential Search Committee. The committee received and evaluated applications and submitted the names of eight applicants they felt were the best qualified to the Board of Regents, who were then to select the new president. Four regents on the committee were Homer Bryce, chairman; Peggy Wedge- worth Wright, Robert Gray and James Perkins. Other members were Registrar Eugene Barbin, Vice President for Fiscal Affairs Charles Haas, Guidance Counselor Edwinna Palmer and M. M. Stripling, alumni representative. Faculty members were Dr. Kenneth Watterson, Dr. Harry McDonald, Dr. Edwin Gaston, William Arscott, Dr. Bennat Mullen and Dr. Ralph White. Student members were Michael Fehrle and Kerri Tate. Campus Conference ' 76 Campus Conference ' 76, the first campus-wide Christian meeting, was sponsored by Christian groups at SFA in February. Total commitment to God was the major objective of the conference. Other goals included improving evangelism, unifying each Christian group on campus, increasing each Christian ' s awareness of other Christians on campus and making those who felt alone feel that they belonged. Speakers were Bob Murphey, local humorist and lawyer; Dick Semaan, a Hous- ton businessman and national convention speaker; Dr. Terry Bos, Dr. Leonard Burkhart, Dr. Ron Claunch, Richard Hurzeler, Dr. James Nicholson, Paul Potter, Harvey Rayson, Dr. James Towns and Dr. Laurence Walker. " Theophilus, " a group of five musicians provided music during the conference. Science, Math Open House The Science and Mathematics Open House in February was sponsored to allow the school ' s facilities to be viewed by the public. The biology department exhibited displays of the life sciences, microbiology, world insects, Texas plants, mam- mals, birds and snakes, embryology, the uses of algae and equipment and methods of teaching biology. A " Chemistry Magic Show " featured chemical demon- strations from the department ' s traveling chemistry show. The physics department presented a light and optics show, tours of the new observatory, a " Physics Magic Show, " and a student participation center where students had the chance to lie on a bed of nails and see their voice waves on an oscilloscope. The geology department had a lunar rock speciman and two panel displays on loan from the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, NASA. The displays " Moon Geology " and " Earth Resources " included types of color and infra-red space photography. Other exhibits included rocks, minerals and fossils. Mini-computers and computer terminals were featured by the mathematics department, while the military science department showed the latest equipment being used by the armed forces. HPE Complex Opens The new $4.2 million, 115,000 square foot HPE Complex, which opened this year, offered students quite a change from the old Ailcman Gym and Women ' s Recreation Center which were torn down. The 31,565 square foot gym contained five regulation basketball courts which could be converted into volleyball or badminton courts. In addition to the outdoor pool, the first floor contained a 125-yard swimming pool, with a separate area for floor exercises. An area designed for weight training contained two universal gyms. There were also a dance studio, eight four-wall handball courts and a room divided for wres- tling and gymnastics with a separate area for floor exercises. The second floor housed five classrooms and 22 faculty offices. Students were free to use any facilities and equipment if they showed a valid ID card. Olivia Newton- John; A Lovely Lady Olivia Newton-John, female vocalist of the year, enchanted the first sell-out crowd in the history of the Coliseum Feb. 26. The crowd of more than 8,300 was the largest turn-out ever for a single performer appearing at SFA. From the moment the vivacious blond pranced onto the stage, following the opening act by Gene Cotton of Nashville, the audi- ence never took their eyes from her. For over an hour Olivia held the hearts of every male, and probably every female, as she sang her best-loved " oldies " and several tunes from her newest album. " Livvy " expressed astonishment at the warm Texas welcome she received. After singing along with her in " The River ' s Too Wide " the enthusiastic audience gave her repeated standing ova- tions. Closing her performance with " Have You Never Been Mel- low, " Olivia capped-off the evening with the song everyone had been waiting to hear. Fans who waited to see her off were rewarded by having their pretty idol wave from the bus window as she left. A profit of approximately $7,000 was earned by the committee of 75 members who worked as stage crew, security and publicity for the concert. The money went into the committee ' s revolving budget to help bring other performers to SFA. 74 Dorm Living Every student should experience dorm life — if not out of necessity, then for the sheer novelty of the cramped liv- ing conditions. For girls, dorm living meant two to a room barely large enough for one and with closet space for a midget. Those living in dorms with community facilities grappled with the constant problems of flooded showers, broken washers and escaping down the hall when men were met on the way to and from the showers. Girls in the suite-style halls fought each other for the use of mirrors and showers when all four suitemates had plans to leave for the same party at the same time. For men, the new lifestyle meant no more mother to take care of the endless details of daily life. Experiments in cooking, cleaning and washing yielded long-lasting memo- ries of charcoaled popcorn, sheets faded blue from repeated washings with jeans and shirts with the sharply outlined print of a steam iron across the front. For all residents, dorm living meant regulations to be avoided, dorm mothers who saw little humor in wild pranks, roommate disagreements and parking spaces for only half of the cars registered for " A " areas. After all the hassles, fun and craziness, dorm living was a never-to-be-forgotten time of gaining independence and making life-long friendships. 76 Final Exams Finals, that dreaded time that inevitably came at the end of each semester. A fact of life for students and the one time of the entire semester when everyone, or almost everyone, had to either study or forget about the good old GPA. Although the library was a popular location for last minute cramming, other places were utilized when library study space was crowded. Students could be found under trees, on porches, in cars, in laundry rooms and even in shower stalls absorbing as much information as their sleepy minds could hold. 77 Mr. and Ms. SFA Miss Nacogdoches Homecoming Court 82 83 Who ' s Who NOT PICTURED: Michael Coffer, English Glenda Gray, Psychology; Richard Jett Accounting; James Lumpkin, Management Thomas Matthews, Accounting; Stephen Missler. Dentistry; Ronald Montgomery, Forestry; Vicki Williams, English. 84 88 I Lumberjack Football No. Name of Athlete Pos. Class. Hometown 6 Jeff Bergeron Qb Jr. Port Arthur 7 Steve Adams Qb Jr. Winnfield, LA 14 Mike Stockwell QB Fr. Houston 15 Stacy Haynes S Sr. Texarkana 16 Hunter Mullikin K Fr. White Oak 17 Tommy Parr FS Jr. El Paso 18 Darrell Hix P Fr. Galena Park 21 Anthony Washington Rb Jr. Memphis, TN 22 Robert Barnes Fb Fr. San Augustine 23 Larry Sims Fb Sr. Corpus Christi 24 Randy Rich SS Fr. Forth Worth 25 Johnny Stock Cb Fr. Dallas 26 Jerry Harris Cb Soph. Irving 27 Sammy Lewis SE. Sr. Houston 30 Bill Jones Lb Fr. Corpus Christi 32 Clyde Barnes Fb Soph. San Augustine 33 Hardden Weech Fb Jr. Miami, FL 34 Ted Ubben Fb Jr. Dallas 40 Ike Hayes Cb Jr- Miami, FL 41 Billy Bauman Rb Fr. Fort Worth 42 John Reece Rb Sr. Vernon 43 Wade Miller Lb Soph. Kilgore 44 Randy Smith Lb. Fr. Grand Prairie 45 David Grimland K Fr. Nacogdoches 46 Tom Jenkins Ng Fr. Naperville, IL 47 Ken Andrews Cb Soph. New Orleans, LA 50 Bill Schrank c Fr. Naperville, IL 51 Larry Scholtz c Soph. Austin 52 Frank Bertling c Soph. Austin 53 Robert Vinson Lb Jr. Columbia 54 David Brown DT Soph. Mesquite 55 Clark Smith C Jr- Nacogdoches 60 Rick Mizell G Fr. Irving 61 Ronnie Conover Lb Fr. Grand Prairie 62 Mike Hahn G Jr. Donna 63 Odis Norris Lb Sr. Nacogdoches 64 Joe Harvey G Jr. San Antonio 65 David Cheek M Jr. Pasadena 66 Jessie Alexander Lb Jr. Tyler 67 George Allen G Jr- Bay City 68 Ron Chandler T Fr. Dallas 70 Jesse Borner T Sr. Jasper 71 Mark Jones T Fr. Decatur 72 Jimmy Wilson Lb Jr. Garland 73 Charles Farrell DT Jr. El Paso 74 Alvin Upshaw Ng Fr. Douglass 75 Ken Borski DT Soph. Houston 76 Sam Jones Lb Sr. Corpus Christi 77 Oscar Hill T Jr. Dallas 78 Larry Caldwell DT Fr. Grand Prairie 80 Aldo Knox Fl Sr. Temple 81 Dennis Gerik Ng Jr. Killeen 82 Eric Vasterling M Fr. Arlington 83 Robert Daniels SE Soph. Greenville 84 Mike Berry TE Jr. Berea, KY 85 Jim Arceneaux LB Fr. Raywood 86 Doak Elledge DT Soph. Perryton 87 Andy Wilins TE Soph. Lufkin 88 Tim Brittain Lb Fr. Tyler Aggies vs. Jacks: Scoreless Tie Cameron University hosted SFA ' s season opener in Law- ton, OK. It ended in a scoreless-tie under rainy skies. The game was one of many turnovers as both teams fumbled a total of 15 times. The Aggies were the first real test for rookie quarterback Jeff Bergeron, who completed two of seven passes for 22 yards and rushed for 24 of SFA ' s total 134 yards on the ground. First Win SFA took possession of Chief Caddo for another year as they defeated North- western State University 17-13. The Jacks took the opening kickoff and marched 78 yards for their first touch- down of the season. Six minutes later they scored on a fieldgoal of 35 yards by Hunter Mullikin. The Demons scored a touchdown, and the score was 10-6 at the half. In the fourth quarter Northwestern scored again and took the lead 13 to 10. The Jacks came back to score and took over 17-13 with 1:43 remaining in the game. It looked as though SFA had won, but the Demons fought back. A game saving tackle by linebacker Odis Norris, with six seconds left on the clock, iced the game for the Lumberjacks. HPU Takes SFA A crowd of approximately 5,000 saw SFA blow a 9-0 lead in the fourth quarter to Howard Payne University in their LSC opener here Sept. 27. The 14-9 loss was first of the season for SFA. The first half was scoreless, with the SFA defense holding Howard Payne to three yards on 15 carries rushing. The Jacks took the second-half kickoff and moved down to the 20 yard line of Howard Payne where Hunter Mullikin kicked a 37-yard field goal. After an intercepted pass by linebacker Robert Vinson, Jeff Bergeron went in to score from two yards out. The third quarter ended with SFA leading 9-0. HPU scored a touchdown after a fumble recovery to tighten the lead by SFA 9-7. An interception set up Howard Payne ' s go- ahead-score with 34 seconds left in the game. The only two scores came on Lumberjack mistakes. 101 SFA handed Texas A I their seventeenth consecutive win with a 49-0 loss in Kingsville on Oct. 4. Four intercepted passes and one fumble recovery set up five of the seven touchdowns for A I. With 9:41 left in the third quar- ter, SFA sustained a nice drive only to see it die out on the A I 16 yardline. As head football coach Dick Munzinger put it, " Everything that could happen in a football game happened to us. " The offense could not get drives going, and the defense could not hold back the A I offense, which started five drives inside SFA territory. The defensive unit was credited with forcing five A I turnovers. ACC OverSFA Abilene Christian College turned a good start by the Jacks into a 24-3 defeat in Abilene Oct. 11. SFA started the scoring with a 23-yard field- goal by Hunter Mullikin after marching 42 yards to the Wildcat ' s six-yardline. One minute and 27 seconds later ACC scored a touchdown after a 76-yard drive in four plays. The Wildcats scored twice more in the first half; on a 50 yard touchdown pass and a 37 yard fieldgoal. The Jacks went to the dressing room at the half, down 15-3. After an intercepted Jack pass in the third quarter the Wildcats added another field goal of 34 yards. In the fourth quarter ACC recovered a Lumberjack fumble which turned into a touchdown to complete the scoring 24-3. SFA Bows to SWT SFA lost their fourth straight conference game 19-3 to South- west Texas in Nacogdoches Oct. 18. The first half, which saw SFA quarterback Jeff Bergeron go to the hospital with a shoulder injury, ended in a 3-3 tie. In the third quarter, SFA quarterback Steve Adams went back to pass, the ball was deflected into the hands of defensive line- man Bob Koulzur, who carried it to the three-yard line. SWT went on to score a touchdown, and led at that point 10-3. Just 23 seconds into the fourth quarter halfback Jessie Davis crossed the goal for the second SWT touchdown of the half. Quarterback Adams was tackled in the end zone for a safety, which capped the scoring. 103 105 ETSU 27 SFAO If games were determined by statistics, SFA would have won its game with East Texas. Instead they took a 27-0 loss in Commerce Oct. 25. SFA was ahead in every statistic, including most fumbles lost. Turnovers were a big headache for the Jacks as they gave up the ball six times inside the Lion 30-yard line. On one occasion the Lum- berjacks penetrated to the Lion ten-yard-line but failed to capitalize on the drive. East Texas scored on drives of 80 and 72 yards in the first half, and the third quarter saw the Lions score two more touchdowns; one on an intercepted pitchout from SFA quarterback Steve Adams, and another on a drive of 52 yards. The fourth quarter remained scoreless. SFA Wins! SFA took its first conference win against the Sul Ross State Lobos, 35-13 at Alpine, Nov. 1. The 35 points scored by the Jacks were more than their total scoring at that point in the season. The first play from scrimmage saw SFA fullback Hardden Weech ramble 74 yards for a touchdown. This was the only scoring in the first quarter; but, with only a minute and eight seconds gone in the sec- ond quarter, the Jacks turned a Lobo fumble into another touchdown. The final score of the half came on a 26-yard scamper by John Reece. Two touchdowns were added for the Jacks in the second half, one by Weech from the Lobo two and another by Larry Sims from four yards out. SFA proved to have an offense as they put it all together to win against Sul Ross. $41 Mte. Bearkats Overpower Jacks SFA clinched a tie for the cellar of the Lone Star Conference after an 8-7 loss to Sam Houston State University in Huntsville Nov. 22. The game, played in freezing weather, saw SFA jump to the lead after an interception by Ike Hayes, who returned the ball 57 yards for a touch- down in the first quarter. Hunter Mullikin missed scoring opportunities in the second and third quarters with missed field goal attempts of 31 and 24 yards for the Lumber- jacks. Only late in the game did another score occur, this one was a touchdown for Sam Houston. The Bearkats made a two-point conversion to gain the lead 8-7, with just over five minutes to go in the contest. The Jacks could not get a drive going, and the game ended with a pass interception from SFA quarterback Stacy Haynes in a last minute attempt for a score. Wmmm- Roster NOS. NAME POS. 12-13 Sandy Ballard G 14-15 Richard Stone F 20-21 Mike Richardson G 22-23 Glynn Hughes F 24-25 Larry Carr G 30-31 Vernon Evans G 32-33 Greg Keller G 34-35 Alfred Speights F 40-41 Ken Beasley C 44-45 Milton Phillips F 52-53 Rick Close F 54-55 Dewey Rivers C HT. CLASS HOMETOWN 6-2 Jr. Fort Worth, Tx. 6-6 Soph. Houston, Tx. 6-2 Jr. Whitehouse, Tx. 6-7 Jr. Longview, Tx. 6 " 2 Soph. Oakwood, Tx. 6-2 Sr. San Antonio, Tx. 6-5 Fr. Port Arthur, Tx. 6- 6 Fr. Beaumont, Tx. 7- 1 Jr. Houston, Tx. 6-6 Sr Henderson, Tx. 6-6 Jr. Fort Worth, Tx. 6-8 Jr. Fayettville, Tx. Jacks Finish Last Season Of Probation 113 116 Quick in the Air Team Honors Vernon Evans, 6-2 senior guard for the Lum- berjack basketball squad, was named to the All- Lone Star Conference Basketball Team, Feb. 26. Evans, the leading scorer for the Jacks and third among LSC players, ranked third in the balloting. Greg Keller a freshman on the squad also received some mention in the " Freshman of the Year " balloting. Season Summary As a team, the Lumberjacks averaged 78.9 points per game. They finished fourth in the conference in scoring defense by allowing opponents only 75 points per game. The Jacks finished as one of the leading rebounding teams in the conference with an average of 52.3 rebounds per game and a rebounding percentage of .537. The squad set a LSC record Jan. 10 against Abilene Chris- tian with 84 total rebounds. Individually, Ken Beasley, 7-1 junior center, paced the Jacks in rebounding. Beasley finished the season ranked among LSC lead- ers in that department with 301 rebounds, a 10.8 average. Senior Vernon Evans a 6-2 guard averaged 22.4 points per game and placed third in the LSC in scoring. His 626 points was the sixth highest in SFA basketball history. The Jacks ended their final season on probation with a 15-14 record. They took second place in the East Zone and had a Lone Star Conference record of 8-6. 119 Ladyjacks Perfect Quality The Ladyjack Basketball Team practiced long hours to achieve first in zone. Gaining first gave them a berth in the state tournament. Doris Felderhoff , high point woman, was named to two pre-season ail-American teams. They were ranked nationally in two pre-season athletic magazine polls; Street and Smith and Popular Sports. The Ladyjacks also gained nationwide recognition in Sports Illustrated, attended the past three AIAW national basketball championships and were optimistic about the future. Supremacy Through Determination 123 124 Volleyball In Court Action Placing second in the Northeast Zone, the Ladyjack Volleyball Team advanced to state. Stiff competition held the ladies from advancing further at their homeland in the HPE Complex. 126 LADYJACK VOLLEYBALL: Kneeling: Jan Frizzell, Kathi West, Deb Ligons, Karen Howard. Standing: Tracy Kingan, Kaylene McMullen, Faith Watson, Robin der. 127 BELOW: Captain, Mary Rinehart. TOP CENTER: Sharon Arnold warms up for pitching. TOP RIGHT: LADYJACK SOFTBALL TEAM: SEATED: Debbie Hayward, Niki Staples, Sharon Daily, Judi Phillips, Debrah Brown, Chandra Campbell. STANDING: Sharon Arnold, Ella Faye Abercrombie, Gaye Flournoy, Terrie Whittle, Mary Rinehart, Cindy Smith, Robin Ramsay, Deb Dunn. BOTTOM LEFT: Debbie Hayward waits for the catch. BOTTOM CENTER: Sharon Arnold gets in " the swing " of things at the Texas A M tournament. BOTTOM RIGHT: It wouldn ' t be a game without opponents. Ladyjacks Exceptional speed on the bases and a good defense helped the Ladyjack Soft- ball Team to fourth in state. Sharon Arnold pitched the two-hit, one-run game against UTA in the semi- finals. This crucial game, with only a one-run score, kept the Ladyjacks from advancing. In other action at the Sam Houston tournament, freshman Debra Dunn pitched a three-hit game against second- seeded Sam Houston. The Ladyjacks proved to have done their job quite efficiently, as seen by their state rank. Jacks Make LSC As of Dec. 7, 1975, the Lumberjack baseball team, previously known as the SFA Baseball Club, become a member of the Lone Star Conference. They fought against two other teams, Abilene Christian and Sam Houston for the LSC crown. The Lumberjack baseball squad consisting of five pitchers, seven infielders, seven outfielders and one utility man opened their season with a win Feb. 20, against Angelina Junior College. From there it was all downhill as they picked up another win against College of the Mainlands in Galveston. 130 FRONT ROW: Kyle Bowser, Steve Garner, Phil Murphy, Larry Staggs, Mark Robinson, Craig Anderson. MIDDLE ROW: Bruce McCrary, Kim Folse, Gary Walker, Tommy Walace, Ed Davis, Raymond Davis, Wayne Walters, Lamar Willis. BACK ROW: Eddie Richarson, Gary Campbell, Ray Boyd, Clayton Pinch, Jimmy Baughman, Mike Winslett, Jerry Thompson, David Greer, Coach Roland Bates. 131 FRONT ROW: LaNelle Richards, Sarah Diebcl, Ella Faye Abercrombie, Mary Lovegren, Erin Hollis. MIDDLE ROW: Linda Arnold, Kathy Giandt, Kathy Langlotz, Judy Heard, Shawn Robertson, Lynn Werner, Peggy Haney. BACK ROW: Barbara Hothem, Mary Harvey, Liz Parke, Jimmie Morrow, Sheri Rodenburg, Nancy Peck (trainer). Ladyjack Track The Ladyjack Track Team got their first taste of compe- tition as they attended the Astro- Belles meet in Pasadena. The young team was primarily composed of freshmen. Keeping in shape between meets for the Ladyjacks con- sisted of long hours of practice and working out in the weight room to gain better agility, strength and speed. Tennis Starts Fresh The Ladyjack Tennis Team, with five new starters and new coach Ann Anderson, started their season with a handf ull of victories. In the Texas Intercollegiate Sectionals Tour- nament, they placed seventh out of 15 teams. March 1 they met Sam Houston and finished by winning five singles matches and two dou- bles matches. Members of this young team, rookies in col- lege competition, all had previously proven themselves on high school tennis teams. Men ' s Tennis The Lumberjack Tennis Team had a spring schedule which included twelve dual matches, six at home, and the LSC meet, which was held April 24-26. The netters experienced their first win, with a 7-0 vic- tory over Ambassador College. They upped their record to 2-0 with a 6-0 win over Angelina Junior College, in a match played Feb. 23. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dennis Dougherty, Jimmy Bachinskas, Jim Hamilton, Ron Zeller (Coach), Larry Siller, Galen Blackburn. 137 Mens Golf The SFA Lumberjack Golf Team won their first two matches of the season. They defeated Prairie View Feb. 19 by 13 strokes, 315-302. On March 2 they took a 49-stroke win over East Texas Baptist College. Rusty Pulley went into the clubhouse with the lowest scores as he fired a two under par against Prairie View and a six under par 66 against East Texas Baptist. There were four conference tourneys held, at Huntsville, Abi- lene, Brownwood, and the final tournament in Nacogdoches. There were six men on the team, Pulley, the only golfer returning from last year, Les Thomas, Gib Allen, Scott Harvey, Wayne Savage, and Dennis Kirkland. 138 Women ' s Golf Team The 1975-76 season presented SFA with a new team sport for women. Golf was initiated into the program for a num- ber of reasons. Presently high schools are starting to put golf into their curricula and golf has become more professionalized as it has gained nationwide publicity. In pace with this national trend, wom- en ' s golf at SFA is in its growing stages. ABOVE: Golf Team members Marlene Woolsey, Lisa Head, Suzanne Norton, Debbie Haynie Faye Brislan, Donna Stanley, and Dr. Allen, coach. Soccer The SFA Soccer Team finished third at the UT-Aus- tin tournament Feb. 28, and played the UT-Austin team to a standoff. " The UT-Austin team is one of the best in the state, " said SFA player Jimmy Sierra. The team traveled to Texas A M University March 6 and participated against Southwest Conference schools. SFA £3f£ v wm wemm BOTTOM ROW: Kim Ross, Farshid Niroumand, Jimmy Sierra, Jeff Ramsey, Jay, Laura Johnston, Steve Russell, Salomon Ali, Jose Alonzo, Orlando Beltran. TOP ROW: Alan Dickenson, Brad Flanagan, Paul Wosterman, Danny Gladwish, Bill Flanigan, Kim Harper, Dale Weathersby. 140 FIRST ROW: Mike Fountain, Bob Fleet, Tom Sahar, Eddy Russel. SECOND ROW: Tim Levy, Jack Carter, David Pierce, Brit Krevit, Wayne Blasinger, Al Sohar, Joe Heard. THIRD ROW: Mark Whitfield, Tom Specht, John Madzier, John Mclntire, Brad Lamb, Pete Blanchet, Mark Leach, David Lane, Tim Blume, Steve Dodson, Tim Tidwell, Steve Conway, Don Hendrix. Rugby The SFA Rugby Team, in only their second year at SFA, competed in the state cham- pionships April 3-4. The ruggers competing in their first cup game of the season, shut out the Houston Strikers II, Feb. 7, 20-0. They played their final cup match against the Bay Area Ruckers March 6. The team competed in the Mardi Gras tournament fin- ishing midway in a 73-team Ladyjack Badminton Kathy Adams, the only returning let- terman, led the Ladyjacks in badminton competition. All five team members qualified to go to AIAW national competition, March 5- 6. SFA hosted an open badminton tour- nament in the HPE Complex Feb. 20-21, with teams entered from Dallas, Waco, Brownsville and Nacogdoches. FRONT: Donna Anthony, Kathy Adams. BACK: Jala Teague, Niki Staples, Debra Dunn. 143 144 Volleyball and Swimming 147 148 149 1 50 " HARLES SIMM Co Captain Hal! back S. F. A. STATE COLLEGE Charles Simmons, former head coach of Kilgore College, has been chosen as the new athletic director and head football coach for SFA. Simmons, a native of Nacogdoches, is a former Lumberjack football player. He also served as an assistant coach at SFA from 963-66. Coach Simmons is the first SFA raduate to hold the head football coaching job. SFA Graduate Named New Athletic Director 151 ns and Greel TOP LEFT: STUDENT SUPREME COURT: FIRST ROW: Lissa Mooneyham, Tom Weersing. SECOND ROW: Chief Justice Ron Boling, Jackie Schreiber, Paul Wright. NOT PICTURED: Philip White, 1st Associate Justice. TOP RIGHT: MEMBERS OF STUDENT GOVERNMENT: FIRST ROW: Carole Jessup, secretary; Mickey Austin, vice presi- dent. SECOND ROW: Alan Folger, president; Mick Weidner, treasurer; Jimmy Blaisdell, speaker of the senate. BOTTOM LEFT: TRAFFIC APPEALS BOARD: FIRST ROW: Loree Holt, Leigh Baker. SECOND ROW: Tom Whiteman, George Lokey, Peter Kole. BOTTOM RIGHT: Members of the Student Senate meet in their weekly session. Student Senate Men ' s PE Club As a professional club for men, the Men ' s P.E. Club for majors and minors in health and physical education, promoted strong intramural participation, fun, and activities for the university and the commu- nity. Activities included a fall and spring bass tourna- ment, the Texas Association of Health, Physical Edu- cation, and Recreation Convention, participation in the East Texas Country Fair, and help with the Spe- cial Olympics for mentally retarded children. Officers of the Men ' s P.E. Club were: Eddie Farmer, president; Bob Stringer, vice president; and Howell Wright, secretary-treasurer. The adviser was instructor David Campbell. TOP: The officers of the Men ' s P.E. Club are: FIRST ROW: Howell Wright, and Bob Stringer. SECOND ROW: Eddie Farmer. BOTTOM: The members of the Men ' s P.E. Club are: FIRST ROW: Robby Williams, Mark Smith, Bob Stringer, Kevin Lockhart, Eddie Farmer. SECOND ROW: David Carter, Howell Wright, LeRoy Lewis, Raymond Davis, Dennis Litton. THIRD ROW: Greg Gooding, Mitch Reed, Ricky Hassell, Mark Elliott. 156 Explorers The Explorer Post enjoyed group out- door activities. These included camping, canoeing, cycling, and backpacking. The Explorer Post had a camporee at Camp Prittle, went canoeing down the Neches and Angelina River, and backpacking in the Sabine National Forest of the Lone Star Trail. The officers were Bob Francis, presi- dent; Scott Kiewit, secretary-treasurer; and Glynis Knox, publicity-historian. The advisor was Paul Randolph, a stu- dent at SFA. TOP RIGHT: The members of the Explorers Post are: FIRST ROW: Paul Beran, Lewis Mack, Paul Randolph, Bob Francis, Scott Kiewit, Bruce McAfee. SECOND ROW: Greg Ortiz, Glynis Knox, Vicki Hake, Mercedes Roberts, Susan Clark, Anne Daniels, Kathy Kerr, Norma Whigham, Don Lorenz, Debbie Gabbert. THIRD ROW: Kim Ross, Carl Amonett, Nile Montgomery, Bryan Franklin, Charles " Waco " Lester, Mary Newcomer, Steve Bennet, Marty Harris, Randy Riggs, John Warfield, Larry Thorton. BOTTOM RIGHT: The Explorer Post went bicycling at Ratcliff State Park. 157 The Society of American Foresters (SAF) represents all segments of the forestry profession. They advance science, technology, education and the practice of professional for- estry. SAF conducted a program to improve public under- standing of the role of forestry professionals in resource management. In September the chapter sent Chairman, Gary Jennings, to the national convention in Washington, D.C. SAF also participated in the Halloween Carnival, cut firewood for resale, took part in the East Texas Country Fair and partici- pated in the Texas SAF Convention and the Gulf States Convention. Members of SAF worked with the faculty and profes- sionals of the area and obtained current information about the policy and activities of the National Forestry Society. Officers were: Gary Jennings, chairman; Janet Mont- gomery, vice-chairman; and David Webb, secretary-trea- surer. TOP LEFT: SAF member David Shannon obtains information from the National Forestry Society. TOP CENTER: Sylvans sponsor the greased-pole climb on Lumberjack Day. BOTTOM LEFT: Officers of SAF. BOTTOM RIGHT: MEMBERS OF THE SYLVANS: FIRST ROW: Jerald Peveto, David Shannon, Carol Park, Robert Koether, Robert Comstock, J. E. Thomas. SECOND ROW: Jill Etsinger, Deborah Carlile, Joe Omisto, Gordon Brown, Robert Hearn, Ragan Bounds, David Kelley, Terry Autry. THIRD ROW: Mary Hilton, Lois Sprott, Cathie Haines, Pat East, Sue Tortello, Danny Dructer, Diane McDonald. FOURTH ROW: Bob Wire, Slim Richmon, Tom Thompson, Mike Anderson, John Stephens, Henry Tiemann, Ken Janek, Dan Neisch. Adviser is Bruce Cutter. 158 Sylvans The Sylvans is a social organization for forestry majors and minors. They participated in volunteer serv- ice projects at Luf kin State School, and serviced the com- munity through work projects using forestry department equipment. Special speakers were invited to talk to the club on various aspects of forestry. In November the Sylvans sponsored Lumberjack Day. One of the more popular events was a greased pole climb in which teams of five men tried to climb a 20 foot pole covered with axle grease. In the spring, they held a " parents day " during which the students participated in contents. Winners went to the University of Georgia in April to represent SFA at the annual Association of Southern Forestry Schools meeting. Officers were Jerald Peveto, president; Robert Koether, vice president; and Dave Shannon, administra- tive vice president. 159 UC Chairmen The UC Cinema Arts Commit- tee worked through various motion picture agencies to bring entertain- ing, classic films and nationally famous art shows to the campus. Shows this year included " The Sting, " " Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, " " American Graffiti, " and the Moody Bicential Humani- ties Exhibition for 1976. Donald Abel was the chairman. Advertising all UC events to the students and the community through campus and local radio, newspaper, and television was the UC Communication Committee. They also prepared the UC calen- dar. The chairman was Dale Har- man. The UC Dance Committee sponsored the campus showcases and worked through band booking agencies to provide free dances for the students. They held a Back-to- School Sneaker Street Dance, Pumpkin Bump Dance, Cranberry Shuffle Dance and Rudolph Rein- deer Dance among others this year. Stephen Williams was the chair- man. Informing the campus of the lat- est styles and hair fashions was the UC Fashion Committee. They held a Fall Fashion Show featuring guys and girls fashions for the fall. Dur- ing the spring they held a Bridal Fair and a Spring Show. Carla Beck was the chairman. 160 The UC Free-U Committee provided entertaining and educational leisure-time classes for the campus and the commu- nity. Classes this year included needle- point, wood refinishing, printmaking, horseback riding and organic gardening. Ann Holland was the chairman. The UC Food Service Committee relayed comments and complaints from the student body about cafeteria food to the Director of Food Services, and they sponsored food drives and special dinners such as " Mama Mia ' s Pasta Parlor " and " Fisherman ' s Wharf " . Susan Unger was the chairman. The UC Hospitality Committee pro- vided free activities and parties for stu- dents, faculty and their children. They headed the personnel drive, gave holiday parties for children and decorated the UC for Homecoming and Christmas. They also delivered Santa-Grams and Val-O- Grams. Mignon Bowers was the chair- man. The UC Ideas and Issues Committee brought films, shows and speakers to campus to stirrjulate thought, initiate ideas and examine objective controversy. Among the speakers this year were Rusty Rhodes and Euell Gibbons. Henry Brad- berry was the chairman. Keith Berger, world famous mime, and Doug Kershaw were two of the celebrities presented by the UC Perform- ing Arts Committee. Mark Zindler was the chairman. The UC Publicity Committee used photo-silkscreen for t-shirts, made side- walk chalk pictures, linoscribed posters, banners, and various other imaginative ideas to publicize all UC events. Carol Guif f re was the chairman. The UC Recreation Committee spon- sored free tournaments in everything from table tennis to chess. The winners were sent to regional competition. They sponsored a new outdoor recreation pro- gram and a vacation trip to Colorado. Paul Randolph was the chairman. TOP LEFT: UC Performing Arts Committee sells tickets for a performance. TOP RIGHT: UC Hospitality Committee entertains children at Halloween Party. BOTTOM LEFT: Mam ' selles of the UC Fashion Committee. BOTTOM CENTER: Euell Gibbons speaks at program sponsored by UC Ideas and Issues Committee. BOTTOM RIGHT: Models wait back stage for the outdoor fashion show sponsored by UC Fashion Committee. v taws MUG KERSHAW WED NOV 19 162 163 " •.41 UC Provides Entertainment TOP LEFT: UC Food Service Committee brings Mama Mia ' s Pasta Parlor to cafeterias. TOP CENTER: UC Hospitality Committee gives Children ' s Halloween Party. TOP RIGHT: UC Fashion Committee has first fall outdoor fashion show. BOTTOM LEFT: Susan Unger, UC Food Service Chairman, serves at Hawaiian Bash. BOTTOM CENTER: UC Performing Arts Committee sponsors Campus Showcase. BOTTOM RIGHT: UC Dance Committee sponsors Pumpkin Bumpkin Dance. 166 TOP LEFT: The UC Dance Committee sponsors the Heart Flop Bop Dance. TOP RIGHT: The officers of the UC are Jan Muennink, secretary; Ann Holland, president; Kevin Prentice, vice presi- dent and Brad Bradbury, regional coor- dinator. BOTTOM LEFT: The workers at the UC Information Desk are Jim Stacey, Rod Smith, June Smith, Mrs. Opal Gart- man, Jenny Brown, Wayne Sealey, Pam Gracey, Cara Brown, Mrs. Bobbie Lee Prince, Tommy Boone and Robert Gales. BOTTOM RIGHT: The Olivia Newton- John Concert was one of the best brought to campus this year by the UC Performing Arts Committee. 167 RHA The purpose of the Residence Hall Association was to improve residence hall living socially, academically, and cultur- ally. This was accomplished by the Exec- utive Officers, the Legislative Council, the Hall Senate, the Director of Resi- dence Hall Programs, and each resident. Activities of RHA included weekly meetings, the sponsoring of a Homecom- ing Dance, participation in the East Texas Country Fair, and quiet night entertainment in the halls. During the spring they also sponsored a retreat for all residents. The officers were Mary Chidichimo, president; Dan Lawson, vice president; George Lokey, treasurer; and Lynn Gunn, secretary. The adviser was Mita Musick, director of residence hall programs. TOP LEFT: The officers of RHA are: FIRST ROW: Lynn Gunn, Mary Chidichimo. SECOND ROW: Dan Lawson, George Lokey. TOP CENTER: RHA sponsored the painting of dorm rooms. TOP RIGHT: A Jitterbug and Twist Contest entertained the crowds at the SFA-Tarlton half time. BOTTOM LEFT: The first annual Winter Water Olympics held in the HPE Complex. BOTTOM RIGHT: The Legislative Council meets weekly to discuss RHA business. 168 170 171 Press Club Reorganized this year, the Press Club provided a unifying organization for communication majors and the staffs of The Pine Log, Stone Fort, and campus radio and TV stations. Activities for the year included a tour of The Houston Post and Houston Chronicle in October, and a conference with Dr. Ramsey concerning contemporary journalism trends and the outlook for the department itself in the future. The group attended a criminal trial in the 159th Judicial District Court in Lufkin in March. They also hosted the 1976 Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Conference, involving approximately 300 Texas college students, in April. Officers were Kara Kunkel, president; Lowell Thompson, vice president; Dawn Algire, secre- tary-treasurer; Analyn Anderson, reporter; George Bokorney, parliamentarian; and Kris Myers, pro- gram chairman. Members of the Press Club are: FIRST ROW: Tina Williams, Anna Eaheart, Bill Dunn, Renee Instine, Betty Luman, Chuck Baldree, Gordon Hil- gers, Bill Poplin. SECOND ROW: Nelda Davis, Judy Peterson, Dawn Algire, Terilyn Russ, George Bokorney, Cheryl Bratz, Lowell Thompson, Cathy Horrocks, Kara Kunkel. Kappa Epsilon Kappa Epsilon, a new campus social sorority, was formed during the fall and became active in the spring, picking up pledges during Spring Rush. The 19 members won first prize for the best percentage of cans collected during the can-drive for Guatemalan earthquake victims in February. Money-making projects included selling Carna- Cups for Valentines and washing windows at the drive-in. Their spring formal was at the Angelina Hotel in Lufkin. Colors for the group were blue and white. Their flower was the yellow carnation. Officers were: Linda Heilman, president; Judy Putney, vice president; Ginger Arnold, secretary and Chris Littman, treasurer; Kathy Gravelle, financial chairman; Shari Shaver, philanthropy; Terri Speigel, social chairman; and Kara Kunkel, scholarship chairman. Mrs. Rachel Click, secretary to Dr. Steen, was adviser. rOP: Kappa Epsilon members hold a rush picnic at Pioneer Park. BOTTOM: Members are: FIRST ROW: Susann Morrison, Kathy Parrish, Gaye Lynn May, Terri Speigel. SECOND ROW: Linda Heilman, Shari Shaver, Lisa Webb, Judy Putney, Lisa Williams, Jackie Mentz. THIRD ROW: Kara Kunkel, Tina Valdivia, Becky White, Kathy Gravelle, Kim McCurdy, Chris Littman, Ginger Arnold, and Mrs. Rachel Click. NOT PICTURED: Kim King, Margaret Moody. 173 The International Student Asso- ciation dealt with the curricular problems and extracurricular activi- ties of foreign students at SFA. There were approximately 60 students from 24 foreign countries at SFA. Fifteen of the students were from Iran, nine from Nigeria, seven from Honduras, and six from India. The remaining foreign stu- dents came from 19 countries. ISA held monthly meetings, had a spring banquet, participated in intramural volleyball, and pre- sented Dr. Steen with an antique axe in recognition of his leadership at SFA. Officers included Mehdi Eshragh, president; Mary Bassey, vice president; Olga Badillo, secre- tary; and Bonnie Smith, sponsor. TOP LEFT: The members of ISA were: FIRST ROW: Efiong Atai, Parviz Taami-Ala, Dr. R. W. Steen, Mehdi Eshragh, Majid Saloughi, Mahmoud Khorshid-Panah, Carol Bunch. SECOND ROW: Kara Kunkel, Mohsen Khandan, Tung-Chang Ghang, Olga Badillo, Bonnie Smith. BOTTOM LEFT: Mehdi Eshragh and Dr. Henry Jones chat at the ISA spring banquet. Baha ' i Club The Baha ' i Club of SFA was formed to bring the teach- ings of the Baha ' i Faith to the campus. The Faith of Baha ' u ' llah is a world religion. Baha ' is live in more than 300 countries. The Baha ' i Faith develops world-mindedness and offers a clear pattern of world order. The activities of the Baha ' i Club included weekly fire- sides, occasional displays, movies, and a booth at the East Texas Country Fair. The officers were David Smith, chairman; Brenda Wil- liams, vice chairman treasurer; and Steve Seefeld, secretary. Phi Alpha Theta Phi Alpha Theta was an international honor society for his- tory students. The requirements were to have junior standing, be in the upper 35 percent of their class, have 12 hours in his- tory with a 3.25 average, and have a 3.0 average in two-thirds of all other courses. Phi Alpha Theta held a fall and spring initiation banquet and sponsored forums with guest speakers on historical topics. Officers were Cindy Bailey, president; Hector Mendez, vice president; Patricia Thompson, secretary-treasurer; and Gail Cummings, publicity chairman. TOP RIGHT: Members of the Baha ' i Club are David Smith and Mano- cher Jaf ari. BOTTOM RIGHT: The members of Phi Alpha Theta are: FIRST ROW: Patricia Thompson, Cindy Bailey, Gail Cummings. SEC- OND ROW: Ronnie Pugh, Christine Roberts, Hector Mendez. Members not pictured are: Mary Chidichimo, Jean Ray, Ina Jane Thames, Susan McMath, Susan Barbee, Sherry Ward, Carol Clifford, Michael Busby, Lowell Thompson, Rusty Shelton, LaFayette Mathews, Paul Niermann, Robert Luce, Paul Cornelius, Glenda Fray, Kathy Hennard, Dan McCary, Melba Medford, Mcky Riggs, Marvin Wittenburg, Kathy Bell. Alpha Kappa Delta Alpha Kappa Delta is the Scholastic Society of Honor Students in Sociology. Activities included group projects to help them gain a greater insight into the opportunities of sociol- ogy in the business world. Many picnics and get togethers were designed to promote fellowship between members. Their officers were: Clarence Parks, presi- dent; Kristine Carrow and Cheryl Kennedy, program; Nancy Shelton, treasurer; Laura Vaught, secretary. Sociology Club Students interested in sociology kept themselves active through the monthly meetings of the Sociology Club. Professors from the sociology department spoke on topics such as job opportunities for different careers and government positions open to sociology majors. Members enjoyed a personal rela- tionship with their teachers that they obtained during the year ' s activities. Their officers were: Jana Bannan, and Cathy Percy, publicity; Gay Fun- derburk and Pam Hammond, pro- gram; and Cathy Horrocks, treasurer. TOP LEFT: ALPHA KAPPA DELTA MEMBERS: FIRST ROW: Kris Carrow, Pam Hay- mond, Lissa Mooneyham, Mary Brewerton. SECOND ROW: Dr. Constance Spreadbury, sponsor, Randy McGee, Clarence Parks, Cheryl Kennedy, Sheryl Karr. TOP RIGHT: SIGMA TAU DELTA OFFICERS: Sue Darnell, Robert Greer, and Bonnie Raines. BOTTOM LEFT: SOCIOLOGY CLUB: Dr. Spreadbury, sponsor, Pam Haymond, Cathy Per- cey, Jan Ban man, Mary Brewerton. BOTTOM RIGHT: Pi Kappa Delta fraternity. 176 Sigma Tau Delta " Sun, Moon, Stars, Rain, " the literary magazine, was a project of Sigma Tau Delta. The English frater- nity was organized to acquaint English majors and faculty by discussing topics on American literature, language and creative writing. Through the year " book fairs " were conducted in which Sigma Tau Delta sold books donated by Eng- lish professors. They also sponsored speakers such as Richard Wordsworth and professors from the department to speak to the club. In the spring the fraternity closed the year with their annual spring banquet. Their officers were: Sue Darnell, president, and Bonnie Raines, vice president. Pi Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta is a honorary forensic fraternity. Membership is determined by the number of intercol- legiate debates entered. Officers were: Douglas Moore, president; Nancy Ray, vice president; and Karen Terry, secretary. Dixie Flying Machine In its second year as a recognized campus organization the " Dixie Flying Machine, " Skydivers, were headed by Bobby Tutor, president. Other officers were Gary Jennings, vice president, and Larry Keckler, secretary-treasurer. Members were trained by certified United States Para- chute Association instructors in Beaumont. They were enti- tled to use the club ' s equipment and to jump at the club drop zones in Marshall and Beaumont on weekends. In November the club participated in a Thanksgiving meet at the Beaumont drop zone. The meet included con- tests in accuracy, style and relative work. WW MS HMQGDOCHES TK BOTTOM RIGHT: OFFICERS FOR THE SKYDIVERS WERE: Gary Jennings, vice president; Bobby Tudor, Jr., president, and Larry Heckler, secretary-treasurer. 179 The Pine Log 182 TOP LEFT: The Lumberjacks Band hosts the Homecoming parade and plays the " NBC Sports Theme " as Twirl-o-Jacks and Flagettes perform. TOP RIGHT: The Twirl-o-Jacks, dance-twirl team of the Lumberjack Band. Members include (clockwise from front left) Maria Stevens, Shonda Dauphin, Deborah Garret, Karen Fyfee, Marilyn Frank, Sybil Groth, Tina England, Suzeete Jernigan, Sandy Goode, Jana McCaulley, Elizabeth Greer, and J ' Lynn Carter. Kathy Tidwell (center) served her second year as head twirler. CENTER RIGHT: The 1975-76 Cheerleaders were: CENTER: Rita Gray, head cheerleader; and mascot, Steve " Big Moose " Conway. SECOND ROW: Christy Cooper, David Longoria, Keith Avalositi, Jana Beth Scoggins, Jim Harvey, Jim Blankenship and Karen Notter. BOTTOM RIGHT: Flagettes are: FIRST ROW: Robin Martin, Diane Richardson, Brenda Hinson, Teresa Toole, Ginger Arnold, Susan Roe, and Boni Mallard. SECOND ROW: Janie Evans, Ginny Jones, co-captain Regina McFatridge, co-captain Nancy Wade, Rhonda Straubing and, Angela Haney. 184 University ' s Pride The largest band in SFA history, 90 members strong, sparked the year ' s pep rallies, football games and parades with a surprise — a special rendition of " The Wabash Can- nonball. " Accompanied by the Twirl-o-Jacks and the flag line, the Lumberjack Band provided entertainment on the field with precision marching formations and in the stands with chants and cheers. Mel Montgomery directed the band. Larry Ward was his assistant. Drum majors Karen McNair and Renee Graves led the band on the field. The cheerleaders ignited the spirit of SFA at pep rallies, parades and sports events throughout the year. They were led by Rita Gray, head cheerleader and by Steve Conway, the Lumberjack. 185 Hours of Practice TOP LEFT: Band members practice on hot afternoons to prepare for fall half-times. BOTTOM LEFT: Maria Stephens and Sybil Groth enter- tain at stadiu m pep rallies. TOP RIGHT: The cheerleaders boost spirit for the Northwestern Louisiana game, with a little help from Chief Caddo. BOTTOM CENTER: The Flagettes practice in the sta- dium parking lot. BOTTOM RIGHT: The man behind the scenes, director Mel Montgomery, instructs from practice field. 186 Halftime Extravaganza TOP LEFT: The Lumberjack Band performs a precision-pattern at the Tarleton game. BOTTOM LEFT: Twirl-o-Jack Suzette Jernigan dance-twirls to " Love Will Keep Us Together. " TOP CENTER: Christy Cooper and David Longoria perform stunts for the crowd at the Sul Ross game. TOP RIGHT: First-year Flagette Rhonda Straubing waits for her turn to perform. BOTTOM CENTER: The brass section introduces the queen at Home- coming. Kappa Kappa Psi Kappa Kappa Psi, the honorary fraternity for college bandsmen, sponsored the University Interscholastic League area band auditions for personal competition between individuals in junior and senior high schools. They also hosted an invitational twirling contest for jun- ior and senior high schools. Through these activities Kappa Kappa Psi worked to improve the techniques of band members. The officers were: Jimmy Battle, president; John Car- roll, vice-president. TOP: FIRST ROW: Jimmy Battle, Gordon Hilgers, Tommy Guidry, John Squier. SECOND ROW: Gordon Haney, Walter Eagleton, Walter Parish, Larry May, John Carrol, Burdett Glady. THIRD ROW: Joe McCormick, Scott Mason, Gary Fort. FOURTH ROW: Mike Burns, Tommy Pace, Denny Vas- ques, Fred Alford, Gary Goodwin, Eddie Nieto, Leland Knapp. BOTTOM: Mel Montgomery, sponsor of both Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma, goes over music with Larry Ward. 190 Tau Beta Sigma Tau Beta Sigma was the honorary sorority for col- lege bandswomen. Their activities revolved around boosting morale and maintaining spirit within the band community. The sorority held spirit poster sessions before each game and served donuts to members at out of town games as a service project. Money earned during the year through car washes and other activities went to the Lumberjack Band ' s Halloween party and Christ- mas dance. Tau Beta Sigma not only helped the SFA band but also hosted receptions for bands visiting the campus. The officers of Tau Beta Sigma were: Patti Aldredge, president; Kay Krupala, first vice presi- dent; Deboroh Garrett, recording secretary; Carol Jonte, corresponding secretary; Jane Simpson, trea- surer; Lyn Davis, sergeant-at-arms. TOP: Debbi Schoenburg, Nancy Pereira, Sandra Gilley, and Robin Wilson are a few of the Spring pledges. BOTTOM: FIRST ROW: Kay Krupala, Sue Smith, Deborah Garrett. SECOND ROW: Jamie Weeks, Sue Lindenberger, Cherie Friedel, Sara Mulli- kin, Patti Aldredge, Lyn Davis, Carol Jonte. THIRD ROW: Teresa Morris, Dena Kidd, Terri Boldt. FOURTH ROW: Patti Henderson, Carol Rush, Ane Simpson, Kathy Walraven, Beth Saunders, Sara Michie, Sharon Riggs. 191 Mu Phi Epsilon Mu Phi Epsilon was the professional music sorority. Its purpose was to promote sisterhood and scholarship through a com- mon bond, music. It also provided perform- ance opportunities for women interested in a professional or performing career in music. Officers were: Mary Jane Clayton, presi- dent; Beth Dent, vice president; Jackie Smith, secretary; Cecilia Williams, treasurer. TOP: Officers of Mu Phi Epsilon were: Cecilia Williams, treasurer; Mary Jane Clayton, president; Beth Dent, vice president; Jackie Smith, secretary. BOTTOM: FIRST ROW: Denise Mills, Macella Valdez, Leah Carlton, Vicki Hughes, Jackie Shelmon. SECOND ROW: Kay Dorsey, Pam Davis, Marianne Lampo, Arran Furge, Sheila Edmonds. THIRD ROW: Lynne Pringle, Rome Jimenez, Judy Putney, Vicki Lake. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Carolyn Olhashimi, Sheryl Hajer, Jackie Smith. FIFTH ROW: Mr. Mann, Mary Jane Clayton, Beth Dent, Cecilia Williams. 192 A Cappella Choir and Women ' s Choir TOP: The members of the A Cappella Choir are: FIRST ROW: Rayanne Sones, Joy Pierce, Kathy Weiss, Charlotte Philley, Pam Davis, Cathy Cote, Debbie Trott, Pam Ferrell, Jackie Smith, Melinda Dawson, Shelley Fare, Elaine Singley. SECOND ROW: Kay Dorsey, Sandra Walton, Denise Mills, Barbara Coons, Vickie Hughes, Toni Parker, Cathy Mabry, Marianne Lampo, Mary Jane Clayton, Shirley Dickerson, Deena Petenza. THIRD ROW: David Hayes, David Stewart, Chester Harris, John Jasper, Alan Campbell, Steve Watson, Stephen Bedford, Richard Berry, Dick Wells, Paul Hartfield, Woody Wade, Dwayne Forsythe, Nicky Southerland. FOURTH ROW: Dwight Hudler, Alan Fox, Ted Stewart, Robert Harris, Glen Miller, Tom Lodge, Tommy Butler, Rick Sadler, Mike Ammons, Jay Ruyle, Doug Roach, David Crawford, Randy Saffer. BOTTOM: The members of the Women ' s Choir are: FIRST ROW: Tommy Butler (director), Lisa Barnes, Ginger Rains, Vollie Holt, Debbie Eubanks, Andi Sparks, Pam Alvis, Kathleen Moriarty. SECOND ROW: Chris Keith, Helen L. Fuller, Karen Eckert, Marcella Valdez, Camy Brown, Chris Putnam, Devora Miller, Jackie Smith, Debbie Gunn, Carilyn Hale. Jerri Jones (not pictured). 193 Christian Fellowships Christian fellowship was provided by various organiza- tions on the SFA campus. Members shared their problems, joys, needs and love with each other as they strived for a better understanding of God ' s word. These members reached out to others in the community and on campus to share their faith and their Lord. ABS: The Association of Baptist Students had various activities consisting of prayer breakfasts, Bible studies, a choir, and a puppet ministry. They also worked at the Nacogdoches Head Start Center and participated in the intramural sports program. Every Tuesday night the ABS held their general meetings which featured guest speakers, movies or group singers. BSU: The Baptist Student Union, with a membership of about 600, had many activities including vespers, the New Dimensions Choir, Missions (a program designed to teach young children Bible stories) and many other small groups which sang, performed skits and presented puppet shows for children. On Friday nights the BSU sponsored share groups for the students who attended. Chi Alpha: The Delta Upsilon Chapter of Chi Alpha was backed by the Assembly of God Church. Chi Alpha had a choir and presented gospel films once a semester. They had Bible studies and prayer meetings, and they served the community by working at nursing homes and orphanages. Newman Center: Under a new adviser, Father Francis Conroy, the Newman Center was the location of Sunday morning Catholic Mass. This year they were active with co- ed volleyball and various other activities including dances. Wesley Foundation: The Wesley Foundation was exten- sively involved in intramurals. They also provided seminars and services as needed. On Sunday nights they had choir and Bible study, and on Wednesday nights they had chapel sessions for the students. 194 TOP LEFT: Wesley Foundation float takes a first place in SFA ' s Homecoming parade. TOP RIGHT: The BSU welcomes students to come in and rap. MIDDLE RIGHT: Chi Alpha ' s officers. BOTTOM LEFT: Newman Center folk-group entertains members. BOTTOM CENTER: Father Conroy performs the holy sacrament of communion. BOTTOM RIGHT: ABS members gather in front of their house. 195 Pi Mu Epsilon Pi Mu Epsilon promoted scholarly activity in mathemat- ics. This fraternity was for students who excelled in mathe- matics and other college subjects, both in academic institu- tions and among the staffs of qualified non-academic insti- tutions. Activities included monthly meetings and a spring ban- quet and initiation. The officers were Barbara Scott, president; Anna Jones, vice president; and Sherry Ward, secretary-treasurer. Harold E. Bunch was their adviser. Geology Club The purpose of the Geology Club was to stimulate an interest in the geological sciences through the promotion of field trips, lectures, and social functions. At the end of the spring semester the Geology Club sponsored a trip to Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico to visit national parks and points of geological interest. Officers were Donna Triplett, president; Mark Zbylot, vice president; Marilyn May, secretary ; Pam Brault, trea- surer; and Oscar Mayfield, historian. The advisers were Dr. M. C. Crocker Jr. and Dr. Austin Sartin. TOP LEFT: The members of Pi Mu Epsilon are: FIRST ROW: Dorann Dixon, Barbara Scott, Mehdi Eshragh, Jamie Weeks, Karen Kruckemeyer, Sherry Ward. SECOND ROW: Carol Bunch, Deborah Quinn, Dr. C. P. Barton, Sharon Mach. THIRD ROW: Mr. H. E. Bunch, Mr. J. M. Burk- ett, Anna Jones, Dr. F. W. Alexander. BOTTOM LEFT: The members of the Geology Club are: Rick Rainwater, Gary Mosly, Mark Zyblot, Pam Breault, Donna Triplett, Dan Knight, Alan Parolini. SECOND ROW: Jeanie Vowell, Bradley Buckham, Martha Compton, Ralph Gruebel, Marilyn May, Jack Montgomery, Catherine Robinson, Robin Spear, Jerry Irwin, Dr. M. C. Crocker. THIRD ROW: Dr. Austin Sartin, Bruce Currin, Deborah Richardson, Jack Farnham, Suzie Bopp, Terry Casey, Judy Barker, Mark Prehn. 196 Chemistry Club Students of chemistry, chemical engineering and related disciplines became better acquainted through the American Chemical Society. Getting these students together promoted intellectual stimulation and a chance for members to gain experience in preparing and presenting technical material before an audi- ence. Chemistry students gained an awareness of the responsi- bilities and challenges in chemistry through films, lectures and field trips to Dow Chemical and Texas Eastman. Phi Alpha Kappa Phi Alpha Kappa encouraged and rewarded scholarships in finance among undergraduate students at SFA. Activities included meetings with guest speakers and a field trip to the Fed-, eral Reserve in Dallas which they attended with Phi Chi Theta. Officers were Steve Lee, president; Dwayne Emanis, vice-president; Tish Heal, treasurer; and Deanna Jackson, sec- retary. Advisers were Dr. Chester Allen and Dr. John Lewis. TOP LEFT: Members of Phi Alpha Kappa. BOTTOM LEFT: Members of Phi Alpha Kappa are; FIRST ROW: Dr. Allen, sponsor, Bruce Holbert, Deanna Jackson, Tish Heal, Cathy Gann, Jeanne Patton, Houston Garvin, Gerald Muckleroy. SECOND ROW: Ricky Maxwell, Jirrie Johnson, Steve Lee, Paul Wilkens, Steven Horlander, Ralph Hudson. Alpha Kappa Psi advanced high business ideals and practices among male business majors and minors. Activities included a get ac- quainted party, a homecoming party, the initiation of pledges, and a fare- well party. Officers were Larry Kirk, presi- dent; Donald Etheridge, vice presi- dent; David Horton, secretary, and George Siems, treasurer. The adviser was Dr. Dewayne Key. TOP RIGHT: David Horton and George Fuller discuss Alpha Kappa Psi business at a banquet. BOTTOM RIGHT: Members of Alpha Kappa Psi are: FIRST ROW: Willie Moore, Bruce Hol- bert, Phil Perrin, John Walker, Jerry Mikus, John Pollard, Mark McDonough, Donald Ether- idge, Tom Brown, Larry Kirk, David Horton, George Siems. SECOND ROW: Gary Smith, George Fuller, Mike Stenislav. 199 Phi Chi Theta Business Fraternity Marcia Adams Linda Bollic Darla Brady Brenda Burks Linda Burks Kathy Butcs Karen Caldwell Gloria Chiang Rozan Dalton Martha Durdin Patti Fleener Mary Jane Foreman Janet Grainer Mary Hall Kay Hansen Karen Harlan Tish Heal Belinda Hines Diana Hines Katherine Hulpiau Betty Jackson Sharon Kendziora Lynne Kivett Melany McCoy Margie Miller Marilyn Mince Mary Mulcare Sharon Romere Jill Sharp Karon Smith Jeanetta Stripling Kristi Thayer Helen Tippery Patricia Tonkovich Lynn Vaughan Lisa Williams Susan Williams Sharon Winfield Rhonda Yohe Phi Chi Theta was the national fraternity for women in business and economics. They promoted higher business education and training for all women, and encour- aged high ideals for women in business careers. In the fall, Phi Chi Theta had a dinner meeting and discussed their November trip to Dallas where they toured the Federal Reserve Bank. Phi Chi Theta ' s officers were: Rhonda Yohe, president; Betty Jackson, vice pres- ident; Linda Burks, treasurer. 200 Computer Science Upsilon Pi Epsilon was a newly organized honorary fraternity for those students excel- ling in computer science. During the semester meetings were held to initiate new members, to install new offi- cers and for business purposes. The officers were: Bob Caywood, presi- dent; Mark Bellingham, vice president; Eliz- abeth Sweeney, secretary; John Galindo, treasurer. The Computer Science Club kept their members busy with a variety of programs. In the spring they sponsored a local pro- gramming contest and sent two teams to the annual Regional Programming Contest sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery. They were also a participant in the East Texas Country Fair. They met regu- larly with guest speakers and took occasional field trips. The officers were: Mike Rambo, presi- dent; John Galindo, vice president; Eliza- beth Sweeney, secretary; Jeanie Zmesley, treasurer. TOP: Members of Upsilon Pi Epsilon are: Don Adams, Bob Caywood, Mr. George Daily, Mrs. Camille Price, Mr. Jesse Mixon, Mark Bellingham, John Galindo, Elizabeth Sweeney, and Mary Burton. BOTTOM: Members of the Computer Science Club are: FIRST ROW: Kathy Butts, Lynn Vaughn, Jeanie Zmesley, Mary Hall, Marjorie Miller, Elizabeth Sweeney, Mrs. Price, John Galindo, Kyle Lynch, Bob Caywood. SECOND ROW: Ron Tarver, Mike Rambo, Glen Harper, Charley Johnson, Steve Drane, Mr. Daily, Mr. Mixon, Mark Bellingham, Sam Cutting, Jackie Belcher. 201 Phi Upsilon Omicron Phi Upsilon Omicron, the honorary home economics fraternity, was organized at SFA in 1973 and received its campus charter in 1974. Phi Upsilon Omicron advanced home economics and was of service to the profession. Phi Upsilon Omicron encouraged the moral, intellectual, and professional development of the members. It fostered high profes- sional ethics among members. Phi Upsilon Omicron was involved in projects such as freshman orientation and participation in various community centers. They also worked with the Commu- nity Education Center. w$ Aft is TOP LEFT: Officers of Phi Upsilon Omicron. TOP RIGHT: Home Economics major, Karen Ellis, works on a jacket in sewing lab. CENTER LEFT: New initiates of Phi Upsilon Omicron. BOTTOM LEFT: Phi Upsilon Omicron. BOTTOM RIGHT: The Home Economics Club. 202 Home Economics Club The Home Economics Club was organized to promote fel- lowship within the professionals of home economics. Through monthly meetings, members planned such activi- ties as a human scavenger hunt and a field trip to Crossing. In December they sponsored a Christmas party for foster chil- dren in Nacogdoches. In the fall they participated at the Texas Home Economics Student Section of the Texas Home Eco- nomics Association in Abilene. Officers of the Home Economics Club are: Marcie McCann, president; Julia Ellis, first vice president; Linda Franks, secretary; and Robbie Weymouth, treasurer. Rodeo Club The SFA Rodeo Club provided an organization for people inter- ested in riding horses and partici- pating in rodeos. Activities of the Rodeo Club included weekly meetings, dances and parties, and participation in the Interschool Rodeo and the Spring NIRA Rodeo. The officers were Harold York, president; Allan Ulrich, vice presi- dent; Linda York, secretary; Mary Johnson, corresponding secretary; Susan Holman, treasurer; and Eva Rodriguez, historian. IE SHADOW | OF TOP LEFT: Doty Phillips, Barrel Racing at A I. TOP CENTER: Harold York at the Southwest TJC Rodeo in the Bareback Bronc Riding Contest. TOP RIGHT: Kim Knick participating in the Barrel Race at the SFA rodeo. LEFT ABOVE: Members of the SFA Rodeo Team are: FIRST ROW: Ben Roper, Harold York, Joe Brady. SECOND ROW: Joshlyn Ham, Doty Phillips, Mary Johnson, Kim Knick. LEFT CENTER: Doty Phillips, goat tying at the Sam Houston Rodeo. Doty won the Rodeo Saddle for women. She had the highest total of points of any girl in the rodeo. LEFT BELOW: Officers of the Rodeo Club are: FIRST ROW: Harold York, Gregg McCoury, Brad Carraway. SECOND ROW: Eva Rodriguez, Linda York, Susan Holman, Mary Johnson. BOTTOM RIGHT: Members of the Rodeo Club are: FIRST ROW: David Kirk, Gregg McCoury, Harold York, Joe Brady, Gary Matthews, Parki Hill. SECOND ROW: Kellie Lenes, Karen Gilman, Dana Derr, Kim Knick, Nancy McCarley, Linda York, Mary Johnson. THIRD ROW: Brad Carraway, LaVada McCoury, Connie Simkins, Greg Welch, Larry Caldwell, Katy Elliott, Barry Stanley, Lynn Cummings, Becky Conner, Barbara Hennichsen. FOURTH ROW: Tony Dawson, Lee Griffin, Root Dructor, John Craver, Gary Dowdy, Ronny West, Dennis Ocho, Kathy Wozen- raft, Tammy Vaughan, Ben Roper. 205 Future Farmers of America organized to help future farmers develop new farm skills and techniques which helped them to insure higher future production. The Future Farmers helped with farm radio broadcasts, and gave demonstrations on farm equipment. The officers of FFA were: Billy Jones, presi- dent; Blake Bostick, vice president; Weeks Crawford, treasurer; Jenny Norwell, reporter; and Dr. J. C. Green, professor of agriculture, advisor. TOP: Officers of FFA: Dr. Thomas J. Stanley, department head; Blake Bostick, vice president; Weeks Crawford, treasurer; Jenny Norvell, reporter; Billy Jones, president; Joe Bunting, student adviser; Dr. J. C. Green, faculty adviser. BOTTOM: FIRST ROW: Blake Bostick, Weeks Crawford, Billy Jones, Tommy Grisham, Joe Bunting, Lynn Duncan, Jim Moore. SECOND ROW: Jenny Norvell, Lynn Cummings, Susan Blome, Valerie Still, Jenny Thompson, Gary Bynum, Carol Danean, Dr. J. C. Green. Young Republicans The SFA Young Republicans Club informed stu- dents about political events and Republican philoso- phy. This group was the on-campus link with the Republican Party of Texas and with the national party. The Young Republicans hosted political work- shops and campaigned for Republican candidates. Officers were: Lynn Gunn, president; Ron Domel, vice president and Greg Southworth, secretary trea- surer. The adviser was Mr. Norman Cox, assistant professor of general business. Accounting Club The SFA Accounting Club provided members with activities throughout the year which gave them opportunities to become acquainted with professional accountants. The club held various fund raising pro- jects to pay for their field trips. The officers were: Jeff Massey, president; John Poe, vice president; Jackie Lee, secretary treasurer; Ann Richardson, public relations. TOP: Officers of the Young Republicans: Ron Domel, Lynn Gunn, Greg Southworth. BOTTOM: The Accounting Club Officers: Jeff Massey, John Poe, Jackie Lee, Ann Richardson. 207 ' Building Bridges Instead of Walls ' TOP LEFT: The Gamma Sigs have a Valentine ' s Day Party for the Head Start Center children. BOTTOM RIGHT: Lynn Powell, a Tri C, plays bingo at the Rock- Haven Nursing Home. BOTTOM CENTER: Members of Alpha Mu Omega build a paraplegic ramp for a Nacogdoches resident. TOP CENTER: Alpha Phi Omega Little Sisters, Dana Herbert and Judy Wiggins clear the ground at the Parent Assisted Pre-school. TOP RIGHT: The SFA Lions distrib- ute one of the newspaper racks in the Ven-Den. BOTTOM RIGHT: In service to the school, the Alpha Phi Omegas add spirit to pep rallies and a large axe to SFA sidelines. 208 Alpha Mu Omega, service-social fraternity, in addition to social activities, sponsored a spook house at Jones Ele- mentary School, cleaned the Shay Locomotive, aided in area landscaping and pollution control and built a paraplegic ramp for a local resident. SFA ' s oldest service organization, Alpha Phi Omega, ini- tiated the blood drive for the Shrine Burn Institute, worked with the Chamber of Commerce by cleaning parade routes and landscaping points in the city, helped at the Nacog- doches Treatment Center, assisted Boy Scout troups, coop- erated with the Bicentennial Committee by painting the Victory Hotel, and sponsored the Bathtub Pull to collect for the Heart Fund. Serving campus, community and nation, the Gamma Sigma Sigma national service sorority entered their tenth year on campus. This year ' s projects included visiting Luf- kin State School and Leisure Lodge, paying boarding school tuition for an Indian girl in Arizona, making tray favors for Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital, adopting an elderly Nacogdoches woman, and supporting fund raising drives such as the Bathtub Pull and Walk-a-thons. The SFA Lion ' s Club is an affiliate of Lion ' s Interna- tional. The Lions worked through the Public Welfare Department to assist families in the area, set up an Eye Donor station, helped with the promotion of the Wheel- chair Basketball game, and were a 100 per cent chapter in giving financial aid to the Crippled Children ' s Camp. The Tri C ' s of SFA based their organization on Christian principles to serve the campus and community. This year they assisted with maintenance of the Nacogdoches Treat- ment Center, the Montessouri School and Lumberjack Sta- dium. They made weekly visits to the Rockhaven Nursing Home and worked through the Public Welfare Depart- ment assisting individual families in the community. The Sigma Phi Epsilon chapter received their national charter in December. They headed the Nacogdoches Multi- ple Sclerosis Drive and strongly supported the activities of other campus organizations. 209 Greek Service Affiliates TOP: Alpha Mu Omega FIRST ROW: Dave Chance, Connie Flavin, Ray Kelsey, Lee Lipscomb, Greg Horitiz. SECOND ROW: Rick Swanson, John Smith, Mike Henry, Jay Eubanks, Steve Satterbach, Ken Brown. THIRD ROW: Lenny Fossier, Rick Beckham, Mike Goronien, Gary McDonald. BOTTOM: Alpha Phi Omega FIRST ROW: Bill Scott, Tom Whiteman, Toni McLennan, Harvey H. Bagley Jr., James Harris. SECOND ROW: Mark Landrum, Ruben Guevara, Richard Devine, Mike Tipton, Joe Shepard, Bruce Lewellyn, Nathan Chappell. THIRD ROW: P. F. Simmons, T. L Dennis, Edsel West, Mike Mallott, Reyburn Ruhl, John Ferguson. FOURTH ROW: Ken Higgins, Pat Turner, Jerry Duke, Clint Hile, Max Taylor, Jose Francisco Garcia. 210 Barbara Bradf ield Carla Brannon Beth Davis Nelda Davis Susan Elstad Connie Fehrle Nelda Fitts Nancy Fussel Beth Glimp Becky Griffin Noma Hall Marti Harris Renee Instine Leabeth Janicek Debbie Keys Debbie Kocur Cindy LaRue Leslie Martyn Edna Miller Pam Naifeh Nancy Nixon Betty Owens PamPenn Terrie Peters Nikki Phillips Kathy Prichard Nancy Ray Donna Reed Juice Salzman Alicia Schmitt Mona Schweppe Fran Smith Cindy Thorton Mary Ellen Webb Robin Wiesenborn TOP: Gamma Sigma Sigma National Service Sorority — Composite. BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: Alpha Phi Omega Little Sisters Mary Roherer, Phyllis Aston, Judy Wiggins, Toni McLennan, Betsy Schaefer, Linda Smith, Linda Brandt, Barbara Mann, Brenda Lee, Sherry Ritterhouse, Dana Wright, Terry Dennis. BACK ROW: Terry Wise, Dallas Lindsay, Angie Musgrove, Debbie Duke, Pam Roby. Service to Campus and Community TOP: MEMBERS OF TRI CS: FIRST ROW: Judy Smith, Angela Cain, Jill Goad, Peggy Osterholm, Lynn Pow- ell, Pam Lord, Beverly Snell, Kathy Mathis, Kathy Tinney, Jane Carroll, Rhea Clark, Kim Williams. SECOND ROW: Charlotte, Lisa Cline, Vicki Allen, Neita Brian, Beverly Minner, Jane McGilvra, Melinda Lichtenwald, Holly Higgenbotham. BOTTOM: MEMBERS OF LIONS CLUB: FIRST ROW: Chris Limcecum, Max Spiller, Jeff Hanawalt, Dave Jolly, Amanda Best, Kenneth Hayman, Steve Henndon, Michael Woods, Michael Ch apman. SECOND ROW: John Abbott, John Chambers, Gene Burrows, Tip Giles, Terry Schumacher, H. Lester Neal. TOP: SIGMA PHI EPSILON MEMBERS ARE: FRONT ROW: Steve Drane, Rose Murphy, Joanne Stacey, Cheryl Marshall, Patsie Riley, Susan Godbey. SECOND ROW: Randall Rodgers, Daniel Weber, Sam Henderson, Jeff Sherrod, Douglas Bell, Eddy Featherstone, Frank Alegria, Julie Deatherage, Larry Siller, Kelley Perkins, Brian Faherry. THIRD ROW: Scott Ellis, David Graeber, Paul Hunter, Jim Northcutt, Jim Stacey, Mark Wagner, Tom Butler, Douglas Barlen. FOURTH ROW: Kelley Richey, Charles Russell, Tom Nordeck, Randall Phillips, Jimmy Bachinskas, Jim Holotik, Robin Stanley, Benny Ervay, Bill Wilson. BOTTOM: CAMPUS GIRL SCOUTS ARE: FRONT ROW: Jo Burroughs, Patricia Tonkovich, Mary Bengtson, Janice Bor- land, Jill Goad, Bev Allen, Cheryl Rodgers, Jane Borland, Karon Smith. BACK ROW: Mikie Snell, Judy Taylor, Gen Ryder, Kathy Kerr, Meg Gude, Mary Milligan. AUSTIN ANGELS: The Austin Angels was the military organization at SFA that provided women the opportunity to learn about possible careers in the Army. Chartered only last year, the organization ' s activities centered around classroom learning and physical training. Pledges were required to take classes for one semester in drill ceremony, etiquette and the history of women in the Army. Technical classes covering weaponry, shooting, and compass-map reading were also required. At the end of both semesters the Austin Angels held a formal dinner. SCABBARD BLADE: Scabbard Blade was the honorary organization for the Department of Military Science. Members were in the advanced program of ROTC and had at least a 3.0 GPA in military science. They promoted military science tactics in their various club activities. One activity was raising money for the Military Ball held in February. This year ' s ball was at Hotel Angelina in Luf- kin. At the end of each semester they inducted pledges after an initiation period of two weeks. Officers were Capt. Ken Hayman, 1st Lt. Randy Elms, 2nd Lt. Steve Missler, and 1st Sgt. Don Driver. ESPRIT de CORPS: Associated with the ROTC program at SFA, Espirt de Corps was mainly a social organization for girls interested in learning about military life. Throughout the year they held fund raising projects. Most of the money from these projects helped finance the Military Ball. At a slave sale to the ROTC cadets and staff in the fall, they raised over $300. Esprit de Corps held Open House for the Mili- tary Science Department during the fall. AUSTIN RAIDERS: The Austin Raiders were the voluntary unit in the military science department. The organization devel- oped individual skills and leadership techniques used at the small unit level. The Raiders participated in realistic combat situations where they were trained in counterinsurgency warfare, patrolling techni- ques and hand-to-hand combat. In November they conducted a reconnaissance mission where they discovered information which was used to destroy one of the enemy ' s sites. The Riverine exercise, in which the Raiders moved cross-coun- try by means of small boats going down river, was the highlight of the spring semester. TOP: Members of the Austin Angels are: FIRST ROW: Debbie Mendoza, Leeann Wiles, Lydia Mendoza, Wendy Chase. SECOND ROW: Kim Dillow, Ann Eldredge, JoAnn Hoya and Rolinda Ralston. MIDDLE LEFT: Members of Esprit de Corps are: FIRST ROW: Tina Valdivia, Wendy Chase, Leeann Wiles, Betty Jackson, Liz Wolf, Sabrian Alcocer. SECOND ROW: Lydia Mendoza, Rolinda Ralston, Kim Dillow, Ann Eldredge, Jane Powell, JoAnn Hoya, Jeannetta Stripling and Capt. Brian McWilliams. MIDDLE RIGHT: Members of the Scabbard Blade are: FIRST ROW: Ken Hayman, Leeann Wiles, William Parham, Mary Eldredge, Capt. Dallas Miller. SECOND ROW: David Duran, Terry Shupp, Jeffrey Porterfield, Robert Miller and Jimmy Funchess. BOTTOM: Members of the Austin Raiders are: FIRST ROW: SGM Harvey Hesseman, Capt. John Downing, Cdt. Major Steve Butler, Cdt. Capt. Jim Funchess. SECOND ROW: Garey Mann, Mike Parham, Jose Garza, Raegan Rayhurn, Robert Miller, Clifford Cheadle. THIRD ROW: Nel- son Clark, Bernd Ingram, Tim Anderson, Michael Rosson, Jeff Porterfield, Fernando Noa III and Bob Nicholson. TOP LEFT: FIRST ROW: OFFICERS: Marianne Mulvaney, Vickie Traylor, Robin Mooneyham, Joan Bates. SECOND ROW: Susan Ross, Trisha Jones. BOTTOM LEFT: FIRST ROW: Vickie Traylor, Tina Ruhl, Kim Fahler. SECOND ROW: Susan Ross, Belinda Courtney, Jeanne Johnson, Rhenda Patrick, Trisha Jones. THIRD ROW: Kevin Noonan, Dean Henry, Joan Rodgers, Lynda Jo Newman, Nona Burr, Marriane Mulvaney, Cindy Hayes, Joni Haynes, Robin Mooneyham, Joan Bates. TOP RIGHT: OFFICERS: Joe Moss, Mike Hahn, Pete Smith, Jonathan Threadgill, Dan Desilets. BOTTOM RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Bubba Hackett, Chuck Bal- dree, Mark Keaman, Chip Woodall, John Thomas, Charles Smith, Mark Byrom, Glen Nordt. SECOND ROW: Richard De Young, David Perry, Steve Edwards, Kent Lawson, Mark Hobson, Bob Robinson, Kyle Turner. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Grimm, Cass Andrews, Mark Webb, Phil Slingerland, Gary Mefford, Mark Know, Larry Hughey, David Dacus, Chuck Lewis, Rick Bertolette, Scott McDonald, Forest Rhoder, Brent Sheets, Ken Espensen, Ricy Maxwell, Carl Schokney. Panhellenic Council 216 Panhellenic functioned as an organization com- prised of delegates from each sorority on campus. It sponsored a Welcome Pledge Party, a Scholarship Tea, and community projects to promote a better understanding between the community and the Greek System, and a better inter-sorority relationship. The Interf raternity Council was an all-Greek organization consisting of representatives from each fraternity on campus. The council was designed to promote a better understanding of each fraternity ' s needs and ideals. They encouraged community pro- jects and fraternity tournaments. Interfraternity Council 217 FIRST ROW: Donnie Wysnoskie, Gary Wyrick, Rick Peoples, David Kalbrick, Gary Goodwin, Wayne Gilleland. SECOND ROW: Zane Vaughn, Jack Carter, Louis Stoerner, Randy Brown, Jay Dupree, Alan Arterberry, Robert Crow, Dan Hannan, David Greer, Mike Pace, Bruce Vay. THIRD ROW: Steve McLean, Chuck Baldree, Jeff Jones, Ben Williams, David Ashwonder. FOURTH ROW: James Henshaw, Mark Carpenter, Eddie Dunlap, Jim Hintzelman, Dan Clegg, Mark Moore, Joe Hickerson, Warren Sullivan, Ant Howard, Bob Myers. Acacia Acacia is the youngest fraternity on the SFA campus. They began as a colony on April 5, 1973, and chartered April 27, 1975. Their colors are black and old gold, and the sprig of Acacia is their flower. Their main philanthropy was the blood drive for the Shriner ' s Burn Insti- tute in Galveston. They also participated in marches for UNICEF and Cystic Fibrosis. ACACIA 219 Becky Anderson Nancy Beckelhymer Kaki Blake Clierylc Bloomfield Barbara Bradley Theresa Bugg Cheryl Burrage Mary Jane Clayton Mary Jo Cobb Donna Coulter Vicki Cragar Debbie Dagger Shonda Dauphin Margaret Davis Ig Dunn Diane Dye Leslie Ewing Darlene Faulkner Sherry Fulkerson Karen Giles Stacey Giles Nanette Gratz Kim Grimes Sandy Gullett Rachel Gwyn Joni Haines Letitia Haley Kim Hammett Cindy Hays Susan Hefley Lisa Hoera Lori Hornquist Phyllis Huddleston Susan Hyatt Jerilyn Johnson Kim Johnson Judy Kirk Martha Klein Kathy Kohl Shelly LaFour Linda Caird Sara Leach Leslie Leeds Patti Lewis M. C. Lipe Laurie Little Patti Maddox Chris Medford Leigh Ann Meissner Rebecca Miles Linda Miller Susie Moore Cheri Moseley Julie Malvaney Marianne Molvaney Nancy Myrick Karen Notter Jeanne Patton Beth Petect Diane Porter Celeste Reardon Leslie Reid Terry Scott Marsha Sechrest Ann Shivers Diane Smith Alpha Chi Omega Terry Stanford Sally Tallmadge Sara Thompson Lynn Wiederhold Kim Wier Sherry Williams Sally Wilson Kay Woods The Epsilon Eta Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega received their charter in May 1967. Currently their chapter has 50 active mem- bers and 34 pledges. Their colors are scarlet and olive green. Their local mascot is the frog, and their flower is the red carna- tion. The lyre is their symbol. This year the Carnation Ball was held at the International American Hotel in New Orleans. The Alpha Chi ' s are active in philanthropies such as cystic fibrosis, Easter Seals, speech ther- apy, the cerebral palsied, and muscular dystrophy. A project this was the Muscular Dystrophy Dance Marathon. The Dance- hon raised more than $10,000 to fight M.D. e Alpha Chi ' s won the sof tball championship in intramu- ast spring. On the national level the SFA Alpha Chi ' s received .1 National Rush Award. an Bates was Panhellenic Council president, and Sally Wil- n was a member of the Homecoming Court. They have repre- sentatives in the Student Senate, Mam ' selles and UC Committees. Rosanne Andrews Bertha Cheatham Robin Cole Opal Griffin La Verne Hadnot Sybil Kyles Janice Liner Sheila Lydia Teresa Moss Alpha Kappa Alpha 222 The Eta Epsilon chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. at SFA is part of the first Black sorority founded in 1908 at Howard University. The chapter at SFA was awarded its charter in 1972. The members are active in helping such organizations as the Heart Fund, as well as supporting local convalescent homes. The sorority pledged four members in the fall semes- ter. Other than social events and guidance, the sorori- ty ' s other interests are Negro Heritage, travel grants, and scholarships. AKA 223 Brian Abett Keith Aiavolasiti Bill Alderdice Jim Alexander Paul Allen Kyle Amyx Gary Bates Ray Beauchamp Steve Blackmon Van Bradley Ed Candia Mark Case Stan Decker Mike Demarest Don Dietz Ted Doucet David Floyd Larry Garretson Bill Goodrum Bobby Gunther Mike Hahn Dave Hamrick Marvin Hedt Rusty Holder Josh Holt David Hooper David Hornberger Larry Hughey Webb Jenkins Bill Kitrell Bill Lanning Randy Lee Bob Mdnnerney Davie Marek Gary Mefford Jim Moffit Monte Monroe Tim Monroe Dal Moreau Jackie Morton Mark Newman Randy Newsom Chris Nicholas Larry Orth Richard Pennington Bob Peppard Kevin Prentice Mike Richardson V Alpha Tau Omega 224 Richard Rogers Sam Rudd Marvis Schneider John Scott Mike Scott Phil Slingerland Jeff Smith Paul Smith Kim Terrell Bruce Westbrook Dr. Loyd Collier, Adviser The Eta Iota chapter of Alpha Tau Omega received its charter in March of 1969- Their chapter has 69 members. The ATOs participate in many areas of intramurals, with a first place in three man basket- ball. The ATOs sponsored such charity projects as a Halloween party for underprivileged children, a Woodlands Trail Project, and a bass tournament on Lake Rayburn. Their largest charity project was a wagon-pull from Lufkin to Nacogdoches, during which they collected for the Heart Fund. This year the ATO ' s received the award for having the greatest number of actives with a 3.0 or higher GPA. 225 Lori Adams Cindy Bailey Fran Bailey Janic Bill) Susan Barbee Cindy Barbin Susan. Bcnrly Cindy Blakey Jerri Bledsoe Michele Bobadilla Carol Bolingcr Connie Bond Luanne Bowen Julie Brirtain Lisa Brown Bcrh Butter Carol Cannon Kim Caton Candy Conoiy Oisry Cooper Larilee Covin Becky Danicll Dana Derr . Dickson Debra Dickson Dolly Dickson Susan Dulweber Kim Everman Kim Fabler Suzanne Fitts Nancy Forrest Ijurie Geet Becky Gibson Lee Ann Glenn Rita Gray Elizabeth Greer Michelle Gribble Eileen Griffcn Sybil Groth Karen Hamberger Laura Hawkins Shanna Hayes Alva Hill Cheryl Holmes Lorcc Holt Jennifer C Julie Kennedy Connie King Kim Kntck Kay Kudla indy Langiord Mary Lawaon Martha Michie Melissa Moody Robin Mooneyham Monica Nance Margaret Neumann Becky Nichols Chi Omega Kari Plaschke Suzy Powell Rhonda Rhodes Ann Richardson Susan Rohrbach Laurie Ruhl Tina Ruhl Marion Russell Cynthia Schoeps J ana Beth Scoggins Ann Sellers Debbie Sellers Cindy Sheffield Debbie Smith Dawn Spillner Nancy Strawn Kathy Tidwell Debbie Tomlin Connie Tucker Karen Walker Andrea Watts Sandra Westbrook Jan Wilcox Lisa Wilcox The Epsilon Zeta chapter of Chi Omega was founded at SFA in 1963. Formerly the Pine Burr Social Club, the Sorority has grown to be the larg- est sorority on campus with 97 members. The Chi Omegas have maintained the highest scholastic average of any Greek organization on campus, and have been awarded the Panhellenic Scholarship Tray for the past eight semesters. During the fall semester the Chi Omegas were honored by being chosen to install the Chi Omega chapter at Texas A M University. Lori Acres Tricia Bailey Cheryl Berling Karen Bertolett Cherece Bolin Susan Borgeois Lisa Boyes Gail Buchanon Denise Carter Debbie Catt Corby Cloud Lindy Curf man Kathy Dietering Molly Donnelly Janie Evans Sherri Fitts Nina Funk Maureen Gargan Kathy Goree Jamie Graham Diana Grimland Denise Henry Candy Herod Linda Hill Jan Hines Holly Hirmon Marcella Hodges Debbie Hyner Cyndi Johnson Jeannie Johnson Ginny Jones Diane Keitz Donna Kiely Carla Klappriott Cheryl Kole Vicky Korge Yvonne Lilko Dixie McFarland Regina McFatridge Terri Masters Becky Maurer Lisa Miller Jeannie Mitchell Kevin Noonan Laurie O ' Connor Jeanie Petrosky Kim Robertson Shawn Robertson Joan Rodgers Susan Roe Susan Ross Lynn Ruminer Kathi Russell Sally Scurlock Patty Shaddix » Roberta Sheets Carla Simpson Ann Smith Mary Spencer Sue Stewart Patsy Stupka Vicki Stupka Cathy Terrell Nona Tooke Debbie Yadon Ramona Vallerino Virginia Vallerino Nancy Wade Karen Williams Karen Willy Robin Wilson Linda Winder Delta Delta Delta Mrs. Cris Crain, Sponsor Beta Xi chapter of Delta Delta Delta was founded December 2, 1972. Starting with its 39 members, Beta Xi has grown to an active membership of 74, including the 34 fall pledges. The Tri-Delta chapter received the Highest Pledge Class GPA Award at the Panhellenic Scholarship Tea. In addition, the chap- ter won first place in the homecoming float contest and a first and second place award in the Lumberjack Day competition. Adhering to its philanthropies of scholarship and a fight against children ' s cancer, the members awarded a $200 scholar- ship in the spring, and made tray favors for the children at the Nacogdoches Hospital. Among the social events held by the chapter were the Fall Hoedown at an Alumni ' s ranch near Nacogdoches, and the Spring Formal held in Houston. AAA 229 Charles Abraham Ronnie Atwood Bobby Ballard Mike Bartholomew Rick Blenden Ryan Boone Ronnie Corley Mike Cummins Randy Deakins Bob Deatherage Jay Denny James Dollens Dana Drew Gary Fisher Zack George Willoughby Gibbs Ed Goforth Scott Goodrich Steve Gore David Hamilton Roy Jackson Randy Mena Michael Mulch Marty Moore Tom Moughon Glen Nordt Tom Pederson Randy Petty Michael Pfisterer Chip Royden Garnck Rymiller Wally Scoggins Jimmy Shields Gil Staley Phil Staley Jimmy Thompson Mike Vickery Mark Warwick Robert Weaver Van Welch Alan White Chip Woodall Rick Zapalac Beverly Cowan Deidri Drummond Rita Donahoc Sheryl Fisher Tracy Pfisterer Delta Sigma Phi 230 The Delta Sigma Phi fraternity received their charter in 1961. They are the oldest fraternal organization on campus. They were Sawyers from 1928 through 1961 then they became Delta Sigma Phi. Their colors are green and white with the white carnation being their flower. Their total membership is 50, and their house is located at 725 Mound Street. The Delta Sigs are known for their symbol of the axe handle, and its familiar sound at pep rallies and football games. On campus the Delta Sigs were active in many aspects of campus intramurals, and last year were sof tball champions. A2$ 231 Jana Adams Laurie Attaway Leigh Baker Becky Baugh Jana Bean Darla Beacy Suzanne Brown Nona Burr Beth Butler Cathy Caperton Robin Carruth Karen Chambers Linda Clay Lou Jan Click Kathleen Cook Blenda Courtney Bonnie Crutchf ield Rita Donahoe Christy Drake Sharron DuCote Danese Dunaway Karen Ferree Pam Ferrell Angela Flahavan Mary Jane Foreman Gail Godleski Karin Gof f Carol Graham Kathy Hall Linda Hartley Sheree Head Debbie Hengst Connie Howe Mary Hudel Jeannie Johnson Phyllis Johnson Becky Kemp Patty Kessler Nancy Kramer Marianne Lampo Cindy Lewis Patti Liles Guilda Longoria June McCormick Ann McCrary Marie McGown Beverly Mizell Serena Millar Pam Morgan Debbie Morgan Cheryl Monzingo Barbara Namy Beth Newell Fran Nolan Melanie Of field Debbie Osborne Susan Ozanne Marilyn Parks Meredith Peebles Helen Potter Carole Raines Cathy Raines Ann Renfro Gina Safford Sue Sensabaugh Trix Van Der Schaaf Tracy Shupp Cindy Spoonts Michelle Stewart Rhonda Straubing Debbie Stutts Glenda Thornal Delta Zeta 232 Linda Thomal Karen Tips Debbie Townsend Vicki Traylor Charlotte Wood Dessanne Woodell Robyn Wright ta Psi chapter of Delta Zeta was established at SFA in 1963, and since that date, the sorority has participated in the DZ program nationally, state-wide, and locally. The chapter began by winning the State Public Relations trophy in 1964. Locally Zeta Psi has won campus honors and built up their chapter and earned the Achievement Award at State Day, as well as the Loving Cup and Pride of the Province. Zeta Psi won a special award at their national convention in 1975 for meet- ing quota in rush for the past ten years. In addition to conducting a yearly door-to-door campaign for the American Cancer Society and collecting for UNICEF, the sorority pools its many resources to help the Qualladate College for Speech and Hearing. 233 )W: Doug Dukes, Gary Thompson, John Rich, Bobb Pikcns, Ken Faires, Graver Sartm, Vance Neal, Mark Stevenson, Steve Rainwater. SECOND ROW: Ken Janek, Forrest Dillon, Dub Culver, Drew Squyres, Raymond Oliver, Bill Clark, Kyle Turner, Dan Patton, Byron Duncan, Mark Huber, Danny Torrence, Keith Morris, Mark Morrison, Rick Rainwater, Duncan Elliott, Randy Safer, Brent Sheets, Tim Fiss, Mike Otto, Sieve Dunway, Trip Warden, Mike Raider, Rodney Rushing. s in i mmwmmmmmmmgmsmammmm Kappa Alpha Alpha Order was chartered at SFA on Septem- ber 20, 1968. There are 35 active members and 25 pledges. The colors are crimson and gold, and the flower is the magnolia. The Southern Belles are the little sister organization. The formal " Old South, " held in the spring, was the much-awaited tradition of the fraternity. KA Fight Night was their main project from which proceeds were donated to the Christian Appalachian BHRB 235 FRONT ROW: Michael Jackson, Joe Pedigo, Jim Stefflier, Chuck Lewis. SECOND ROW: Kevin Malone, Doug Moore, Greg McCann, Pete Johnson, Rick Schmidt, Walt Gruenwald, Mark Allen, Joe Richards. Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha was founded on Nov. 2, 1909- They began as a colony on the SFA campus in Nov., 1969. In April, 1974, they received their national charter. Their colors are purple, gold and green, and the white rose is their official flower. Together, with the Lambda Chi little sis- ter organization, the Crescents, they worked toward their main goal which is working for the United Fund. STANDING: John " Silk " Axel, Charles " Quantas Bear " Manns, Frank " Master Stroke " Hickerson. SEATED: Greg " Plato " Garrett, Charles " Solo " Hunter. Omega Psi Phi 238 The Omega Beta chapter of Omega Psi Phi received its charter in March of 1972. The brothers of Omega Psi Phi have contrib- uted to the Martin Luther King Scholarship Fund for the past three years, and continually work on service projects with the Lufkin State School. The Omegas also participated in work pro- jects with the Nacogdoches School District. FIRST ROW: Reginald " Candy " Ty iska, Luther " Slick " Willis. SECOND ROW: Ron " Pisces " Tarver, Jerry " Rider, " Bob " Cool Bob " Coleman. THIRD ROW: Larry Morris, James " Neutron " Moye. Phi Beta Sigma 240 Phi Beta Sigma Inc., Epsilon Upsilon Chapter, prides itself in giving two $50 scholarships to Black students at Nacog- doches High School as a part of their volunteer services pro- gram. The fraternity participated in various fund drives and offered services to needy families in the city. OB 2 FIRST ROW: Bo Butz, Rick Freeman, John Mast, Bubba Raybun, Jimmy Adams, John Lulu Kingham, David Grimland, Dennis Mitchell. SECOND ROW: Bob Midkiff, Jimmy Grimes, Lynn McCormick, Johnny Hill, Charlie Bell, Larry Sorsby, Mark Hobson, Jason Staton, John Cosby, Craig Morris. THIRD ROW: George Clark, Jonathan Threadgill, Randy Read, Jimmy LaComb, Mike Glass, Jim Bob Still, Gary Murphy, Steve Ross, Ronnie Martin, Jim Stoffer. FOURTH ROW: Marvin Chronister, Clark Hackett, John Kelly, John Kennedy, Mark Patterson, Frank Still, Roy Blake, Jeff Koppa, Tommy Lam- breth, David Ash, Tom Kingham, Brad Wilk, Mike Beard, Dr. Calvin Huze, adviser. Phi Delta Theta I The SFA chapter of Phi Delta Theta received its national charter in 1962. The Phi Delts have won the intramural foot- ball championship for the past four years. They are also active in student govern- ment, intramurals, and many other cam- pus activities. The brothers try to partici- pate in at least two community projects each year. Last Spring they cleared a hik- ing trail for the residents at the Lufkin State School. In November, the Phi Delts initiated their fall pledge class with 20 pledges. M0 FIRST ROW: Robyn Wells, Russell Gandy, Mark Leaman, David Querner, Randy McCann, Jana Beth Scoggins. SECOND ROW: Jana Adams, Jeff Walker, Charlie Goldstein, Johnny Partin, David Dacus, Susan Rhorbach. THIRD ROW: Gina Safford, Bob Dier, Don Grimm, Kelly Mack, Randy Ragsdale, Jackie Rust. FOURTH ROW: Sheree Head, Frank Yerby, Bob Tongate, Donnie Richards, Jimmy Price, Karen Tips. FIFTH ROW: Leslie Leeds, Sherie Williams, Tom Langford, Brendan Bass, Jim Atherton, Curt Kee, Ted Burget, Gail Cummings. SIXTH ROW: Jerry LeMay, Sandy Alvarado, Ron Lewis, Bart Turner, Ron Hooker, Mark Knox, Bob Coffey, Terry Truax, Jay Morris. Pi Kappa Alpha 244 Pi Kappa Alpha obtained its national charter in 1961. The house is located on 807 North Street. There are 35 active members and seven pledges. The Pikes have been intramural champions for the past two years. Their main philanthropy was the Greek Bowl, from which all proceeds went to the United Fund. " Dream Girl, " the spring formal, was the biggest event on the Pike ' s calendar. IIKA Sue Adams Analyn Anderson Shannon Baker Jackie Bang Lisa Barnes Jill Beasley Melanie Beckham Amy Bomke Robin Bradshaw Eron Brimberry Kim Brown Leslie Bullock Martha Butcher Kim Cameron Sheri Carlson Fawn Confer Rhonda Connor Tricia Cook Jean Coppolo Diane Custer Jan Crisp Tonja Davis Cindy Day Mary Epting Diane Finstrom Janie Foster Sharon Gant Suzanne Gammage Ginger Gideons Becky Greene Chelly Green Karen Grissom Cindy Hale Nancy Hammond Julie Harris Joan Houston Jennifer Hynds Vickie Jennings Cathy Johnson Trisha Jones Debbie Kilpatrick Gayla Kirkwood Donna KuykendaJl Ruth Lanier Nita Lewis Ellen McNaughton Jan McAtee Boni Mallard Jana Meagher Becky Mize Judy Moses Suzy Mueller Judy Neiman Lynda Neuman Carol Owens Marjie Owens Rhenda Patrick Denise Payne Susan Pepper Karen Peters Helen Petrak Cindi Poel Pam Reeg Janie Riley Terilynn Russ Mary Saitta Shelly Scherer Vicki Stadt Lucy Stewart Denise Stirl Beth Thompson Cathy Walker Sigma Kappa 248 On November 19, I960, Sigma Kappa was chartered on the SFA campus. They were the first national sorority on campus and have a long standing tradition of social, community, and service activities. The Sigma Kappas won the Greek league of intramural football during the fall semester. Their philanthropies include such areas as gerontology, the American Farm School in Solencia, Greece, and the Maine Sea Coast Mission. TOP ROW: Steve Hunt, Jim Anderson. STANDING: Bob Yelton, Steve Conway, Steve Whitback, Andy Jackson, Tim Christensen, Mark Black- burn, Joe Brawner, Mike McLaughlin, Mike Vetters, Ray Vetters, Joe Miskulin, John Wiggins, Mike Turner, Terry Barker, Pete Schermerhom, Sam Simmons, Tom Wygant, Carl Shockney, Larry Johnson. BOTTOM ROW: Herb Stewart, Robert Nelson, Jim Nodolski, Mike Daugherty, Rick Maxwell, Don Meyers, Mike Hardy, Charlie Smith, Gre Germer, Rick Gay. Tau Kappa Epsilon 252 Tau Kappa Epsilon has been nationally affiliated since 1969- There are 34 actives and 10 pledges. The flower is the red carnation. The Tekes worked to help upgrade the Woodland Trail for the Rusk State Hospital. Cass Andrews Mickey Austin Jeff Badders Rex Beall Charles Best Danny Blacksher Jerry Bristow Joey Bunnell Brad Butler Jerry Colwell Britt Cox Paul Depperschmidt Dan Desilets Richard De Young Steve Dodson John Dunagan Stevie Edwards Ricky Ernst Jerry Fairchild Mike Fehrle Doug Fleming Marion Forston Randal Glenn Kent Hagood Mike Harrison David Harry Jack Han Jerry Hart John Keating Gary King Gary LaFour Kyle Lumpkin Tim McCorquodale Barry Maines John Matthews Randy Moffett Gary Monteau David Perry George Reese Randy Reese Jay Roden Bruce Schumacher Wayne Sealey Randy Sexton Brad Steele Lyn Stevens Brad Streit Bill Strelke jH P H CSUt HB- - J B ww : ■ft BB Jt i B ■fif j - j l j jj m -Jr iiML k MM ML m li NT if TV M M B — % • - Theta Chi Jay Stroud Jay Talbott Davey Vizena John Walker Gary Weaver Ronnie Weaver Tom Weersing Mick Weidner Mark Wood Steve Woodruff Paul Wright Nancy Forrest Dr. Jim Towns, adviser Theta Chi received its national charter on May 20, 1961. There are 62 active members. 1975 Campus awards include; second highest scholastic average of campus fraternities, three class favorites, and second place in over- all intramural points. Mr. SFA has been a Theta Chi for the past four years. Theta Chi also participates in many extra-curricular activities including a homecoming cannon pull from Lufkin to Nacogdoches and the Muscular Dystrophy Dance Marathon. 0X 255 256 The Psi Delta chapter of Zeta Phi Beta has been on campus since 1973. In these rel- atively few years the sorority has made major accomplishments toward helping the needy, promoting sisterhood, and working toward scholastic attainments for a better university and greek system. Maintaining a high standard for scholar- ship and service, the chapter set up a Trust Fund and Scholarship Fund, as well as hav- ing participated in local drives to help unfor- tunate families during Thanksgiving. On campus they won first and second place in track and field competition for sororities. Z I B Spring Rush 258 The Mutiny of the Bounty seemed to have been the theme for Spring Rush 1976. To each of the fraternities and sororities on cam- pus, this could bear a grim indication of what the future had in store for them. However, despite any obstacles, the parties began with all the flourish of any rush, and the race was on. With .the hope of meeting new people and having a once in a lifetime experience, the spring rushees completed the week by anxiously waiting in their dorm rooms to be picked up by their favorite sorority or by making the traditional walk down the Austin Building stairs to their chosen fraternity. To some the race was over while to others it had only just begun, but after everything was said and done, the rewards of weeks of preparation were well worth the effort. Spring Rush 259 To look forward to with anticipation... 260 Ah, to be a Greek. To some it ' s the parties, the prestige, a commitment, a belonging, a friend, and letters that mean more than just Greek words. To others it ' s brotherhood and sisterhood and what it really means. It ' s work and lots of it, it ' s trying to keep up a GPA. It ' s the Student Senate. It ' s Mr. SFA. It ' s finding out that exchange has several different mean- ings. It ' s learning what a formal is all about and why the favor was not what you expected it to be. It ' s a face man. It ' s Snoopy ' s on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. It ' s the Vista Inn and what it can do for you. And it ' s this yearbook. But to all Greeks it ' s something . . . ...and to leave with regret 261 Board of Regents 264 Dr. Ralph W. Steen Dr Ralph W. Steen, often referred to in recent years as " the man who turned a vision into a reality " at SFA, served as the university ' s third president from Novem- ber 1, 1958, until his retirement in 1976. It was during this historic period that SFA grew from " small college " to " major university " in status in all important areas — innovative and expanded academic programs, enrollment and physical plant. The rapid growth of the university, which covered all areas, paralleled this 18-year period during Dr. Steen ' s leader- ship. When he assumed his duties at SFA in the fall of 1958, the university had an enrollment of 2,017, the annual operating budget was $2,024,000, the physical plant value was barely $6 million and the num- ber of faculty members totaled 80. By comparison, SFA passed the 11,000- mark in enrollment for the first time dur- ing the 1975 fall semester with a record of 11,293. Also in Dr. Steen ' s final semes- ter as president, SFA had a new spring term record as enrollment topped the 10,100-mark in 1976. During Dr. Steen ' s final academic year as president (1975-76), the physical plant value had reached $65 million and SFA was operating on a budget of nearly $24.5 million. And during his final year, SFA had over 400 faculty members with an excess of 70 per cent of them holding the doctorate or the highest degree available in their field. The overall growth of SFA, including the attainment of a high level in aca- demic standards, long has been a source of immense pride to Dr. Steen. " We have grown tremendously, and we did it while improving academic standards at the same time, " he said dur- ing his final year as president. Capital improvements at SFA during Dr. Steen ' s tenure totaled nearly $60 mil- lion, most of it involving new construc- tion. Over 90 per cent of the academic facilities on campus were constructed during the final 11 years Dr. Steen served as president, with most of it involving new construction. And the older build- ings were modernized through extensive renovation projects during this period. Under Dr. Steen ' s leadership, SFA attained university status in 1969 and has been governed by its own board of regents since that time. Dr. Steen long will be remembered at SFA, because he established himself in an important phase of the history of the " University Among The Pines " as the man who built a small college into a major, modern university with a highly reputable position among the nation ' s best. 267 Vice Presidents TOP: Charles Haas, vice president for fiscal affairs. ABOVE: Dr. John T. Lewis, vice president for academic affairs. RIGHT: Dr. Gordon Beasley, vice president for student affairs. L paps 3S -«• =— « - scaB: :. TOP LEFT: Dr. Paul Harris, dean of student development. TOP RIGHT: Ernestine Henry, associate dean of student development. CENTER LEFT: Harvey Rayson, assistant dean of student develop- ment. CENTER RIGHT: Van Samford, director of placement. BOTTOM RIGHT: Melvin Wester, director of guidance, (opposite page) TOP LEFT: Kenneth McFarland, director of housing. TOP RIGHT: Mita Musick, director of residence halls programs. BOTTOM LEFT: Dr. Baker Patillo, dean of student services. BOTTOM RIGHT: Pete Smith, assistant director of housing. 271 Academic Deans (opposite page) TOP LEFT: Dean Glen T. Clayton, School of Sciences and Mathemat- ics. TOP RIGHT: Dean Joe N. Gerber, Graduate School. BOTTOM LEFT: Dean T.J. Kallsen, School of Liberal Arts. BOTTOM RIGHT: Dean Frank Lauderdale, School of Business, (this page) TOP LEFT: Dean Robert T. McKibben, School of Education. TOP RIGHT: Dean W. M. Turner, School of Fine Arts. BOTTOM LEFT: Dean Laurence Walker, School of Forestry. TOP LEFT: Dr. Thomas K. Heino, head of Department of The- atre. TOP RIGHT: Dr. C. H. Delaney, head of Department of Art. BOTTOM LEFT: Dr. Robert Ramsey, head of Department of Communication. BOTTOM RIGHT: Dr. Morris Eugene Hall, head of Depart- ment of Music. 274 Dr. Ronald Anderson, Music William Arscort; An Eva Bailey; Music Donald Beason ; Art Dr. Daniel Beary; Music Dr William Bos; Communication Beverly B. Brock; Communication Dr. John Butts; Communication Dr. Robert Capel; Communication Dr. Richard Coolidge; Music Mary Ruth Dunlap; Student Publications Joel Duskin; Music Dr. Diane Ford; Art Stephen Goacher; Music Donald Graham; Communication Betty R. Grout; Music Dr. Morris Hall; Music Emily Hargraves; Art Dr. Thomas Heino; Theatre Ben Hobbs; Communication Darrell Holt, Music Dr. Francine Hoffman; Communication Dr. Thomas Houston; Music Charles Jones; Art Dr. David Jones; Music Reesman Kennedy; Art Dr. Vincent Kubly; Art Robert Mann; Music Kenneth Marchant; Music Thomas Matthys; Theatre Thomas Mayhew; Music Melvin Montgomery; Music Max L. Morley; Music Paul Potter; Communication Dr. William Powers; Communication Dr. Robert Ramsey; Communication Dr. Michael Roach; Communication Clifford Smith; Theatre James Snyder; Art Dr. James E. Towns, Communication Dr. W. K. Waters; Theatre Dr. William Young; Music Dr. Herman Zellmer; Theatre Art The Art department provided training and experi- ence for those students having the ability and desire to pursue a career in art or art education. It also provided opportunities for the development of skills in art and aesthetic understanding in connection with major work in other departments. Gallery exhibitions were special events presented by the department. In addition, it main- tained a permanent departmental collection selected from the outstanding works submitted by each art major. 276 Communication The Department of Communication introduced students to the field of commu- nications. Practical experience was offered through the university ' s own radio and tele- vision stations KSAU-FM and KSAU-TV. The school newspaper, The Pine Log, and the annual, the Stone Fort, gave journalism students the benefit of practice. The honor- ary debate organization, Pi Kappa Delta, was an added feature of the communication department. Music The Department of Music offered nine different plans for the Bachelor of Music or Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music degrees. It offered many opportunities for students to perform and perfect their abilities. There were over 50 music courses offered, and the department attracted much attention with its elementary education work- shops and pop vocal instruction. The four honorary organizations sponsored by the department were Kappa Kappa Psi, Mu Phi Epsilon, Tau Beta Sigma, and Phi Mu Alpha. 278 Theatre The Department of Theatre not only served the theatre student but also other students interested in developing disciplined creativity. The department offered training for students wishing to pursue careers in the theatre and related fields. The department served the student body and the community by presenting major productions. Ten to twelve grants were awarded each year in six aspects of theatre. Students inter- ested in honorary clubs joined Alpha Psi Omega and the United States Institute for Theatre Technology. 280 Liberal Arts Faculty Dr. Francis Abernethy, English Dr John Anson, Psychology Dr. Bruce Bailey; Psychology Jeff Banks; English Verna Barron; Psychology Dr. Sidney Bellamy; English Beeman Bentley; English Dr. T homas Bourbon, Psychology Dr Terry Joe Box, English Mary Cams; Political Science Maurice Cecil; English Dr. Leonard Cheever; English Dr. Arthur Clagett, Sociology Dr. Ronald Claunch; Political Science Dr. Harold Clements; Sociology Dr. Lloyd Collier; Geography George Cooper; History Dr. David Cox; Political Science Dr. John Dahmus; History Harry Dawson; English Dr Joseph Devine; History Dr. Ben Dickerson; Sociology Dr. James Dickson; Political Science Dr. Vera L. Dugas; History Dr. Kirby Duncan; English Charles Gardner; Geography Dr Edwin Gaston; English Dr. Heinz Gaylord, Psychology Dr David Goldstein, Psychology Donald Gregory; Political Science Dr. Vivian M. Gruber; Modern Languages Kenneth Hackney; Psychology Dr. Leon Hallman; Geography Dr. Calvin Hines; History Dr. Neal Houston; English David Howard; English Rosemary Huff; English Rjchard Hurzeler, Sociology Dr Bobby Johnson; History Michele Johnson; Sociology Dr Wayne Johnson; Political Science Dr. Henry P Jones; Political Science Dr. Jimmy Ray Jones; Modern Languages Dr. Melville Kahn, Political Science Dr T.J. Kallsen, English Dr. Carl Keul; Modern Languages Dr Jerry Lackey; Psychology Kenneth Lambert, Bible Tammie Lowery; History Dr Archie McDonald; History Dr. Sylvia McGrath; History Dr. Samir Maamary; Sociology Dr. James Magruder; English Dr. Elizabeth Malpass; History Dr. Robert Mathis; History Manuel Mendoza; Modern Languages 282 Marrus Miley; Bible Dr. James Moses; Modern Languages Dr. Olin Newton; Modern Languages Dr. James Nichols; History David Petty; Sociology Hectorine Piercy; Modern Language Dr Larry Pollock; Psychology Dr. John Quinn; English Dr. Arthur Ramirez; Modern Language Dr. Joy B. Reeves ; Sociology Dr. Allen Richman; History Jarrell Richman; English Dr Fred Rodewald; English Dr. Patricia Russell; English Dr. Carroll Schoenewolf; English Dr. Edwin Shake; Modern Language Dr. Alfred Shivers; English Dr. Stephen Smith; Political Science Dr. Connie Spreadbury; Sociology Harold Tabor; Bible Dr. Leslie Thompson; English William Toney; Sociology Johnnie M. Tyler; English Dr. Marvin Wade; Sociology Dr. Austin Warren ; English W. David Whitescarver; English Bible The SFA Bible course had areas of study in comparative reli- gion, Old Testament, New Testament, individual books of the Bible, and the application of the Bible to contemporary prob- lems; the diversity enabled students to explore many aspects of religion. Some of the courses were Job, The Life of Christ, The Life of Paul, and New Testament Survey. All Bible courses were offered by the Bible Chairs, which are University affiliated agen- cies operated by the Baptist Church and the Methodist Church. Their main objectives were to help students gain an under- standing of the history and literature of the Bible and an insight into its nature and meaning, to foster appreciation of the spiritual values in human culture and to provide for the special needs of students preparing to enter church related vocations. English and Philosophy One of the largest departments on the SFA campus was the Department of English and Philosophy. In addition to offering the basic language and literature courses required of all students, the department contained a wide variety of courses for both the English major, and students who were simply interested in specific areas of the language. A few of these specialized courses included Major Negro Writ- ers in America, Folklore, Modern Poetry, Creative Writing and Literature for Children. For students interested in searching for a general understanding of values and reality, philosophy offered a chance for further discussion and study. The department also offered a Liberal Arts Colloquim for selected students seek- ing honors in liberal arts. Sigma Tau Delta was the honorary organization for English majors. Geography Geography sought to define and study the patterns of physical and human features of the earth, the relationships between them, the association of features, giving personal- ity or character to individual places of regions, the connec- tions and movements between places, and the meaning to man of the likenesses and differences among places on the earth. Because it presented an integrated view of the physical and social sciences, geography was of significance to a lib- eral arts program whether the subject is selected as the major, minor or elective. Geography today tells the student about the world he lives in — physical environment and cultural phenomena — and how he can cope with it. Gamma Theta Upsilon was the honorary fraternity of the Department of Geography. History Programs in the department of History were designed to enable students to enter a variety of careers. History has a particularly close relationship with the arts and sciences, business, politics, law, diplomacy, the church, library and museum work, and with education. An honors program was also offered for those students who meet the criteria for departmental honors study in the School of Liberal Arts. The department offered undergrad- uate study in American and European history and cooper- ated in a program that emphasized Asian studies. Among the over 60 courses were the Afro- American, the American Frontier, Nationalism and Liberalism, American Biography and others. Phi Alpha Theta was the National Honor Society for history majors. 287 Modern Language The Department of Modern Language was one of the many which occupied the Ferguson Liberal Arts Building. Majors and minors were offered in French, German, and Spanish. Courses in Portuguese and Italian were also offered. The department ' s objectives were to develop competence in understanding, speaking, reading and writing a modern language to cultivate an appreciation for the culture and civilization of the people whose language is being studied, and to provide guidance in preparation for the various opportunities in language work. For students with unusual language background, native speakers, and those who may have lived in a foreign coun- try, the department provided advanced standing examina- tions in conversational courses. Political Science Courses offered by the Department of Political Science were planned for students desiring careers in law or in politics at the local, state, or national level, for prospective teachers of the social sciences, and for those wishing to enter the civil services and desir- ing a background and information about their field of work. Because college students should become well informed about political institutions, the state legislature enacted laws requiring the study of United States and Texas constitutions by all students receiv- ing degrees from state-supported colleges and universities. Containing more than 30 courses, the department offered programs of study for hon- ors, teaching, pre-law, practical politics, and public administration. 289 Sociology With 33 different courses, the Department of Sociology ena- bled students to delve into the world of human relationships. Major and minor programs were designed to provide training in counseling, business, research, community planning, care of the elderly, teaching in the fields of social science, and a variety of occupations in the field of criminal justice. The department boasted approximately 480 majors. Dr. Harold Clements headed the staff of full and part time faculty. For any student, regardless of his field of concentration, courses in sociology afforded an understanding of human rela- tions. Alpha Kappa Delta served as the sociology honorary organiza- tion. Psychology The Department of Psychology provided students with a uni- que perspective for understanding human behavior and applying this knowledge in many different professional areas. A further goal was to prepare students to enter graduate school and profes- sional careers in psychology. The department was located in the Education Building and had its own laboratory area. In addition to the animal lab the learning lab was also a popular area for students to practice and apply techniques they had learned. Another opportunity available to all students was the volunteer program in five area institutions including Rusk State Hospital and the Lufkin State School. Courses were offered in general psychology, adjustment, per- sonality, abnormal psychology, comparative and physiological psychology, perception, statistics and research methodology. 291 School of Forestry Dr. Laurence Walker, Dean of the School of Forestry Dr. Robert Baker Dr. Victor Bilan Dr. Leonard Burkart Dr. Jack Coster Bruce Cutter Michael Fountain Ellis Hunt Dr. Michael Legg Dr. J. David Lenhart Dr Gerald L. Lowry James Martin Dr W. T. McGrath Dr. Hershel Reeves Dr J. R Singer Dr. Kenneth Watterston Montague Whiting ... t Other faculty: Dr. Mingteh Chang Dr. Ricardo Clemente Dr Robert Fleet Dr Ray Hicks Dr. Paul Johnson Dr. James Kroll Dr, Sherwood Mclntyre Dr. Garland Mason Dr George Rink Dr. Charles Webb 292 293 294 Forestry The famous SFA School of Forestry was one of the largest of its kind in Texas and in the Southwest. Among the school ' s modern facilities were the forestry library, laborator- ies, greenhouses, a nursery, a meteorological station, and a stream gauging station. The SFA experimental forest and the forestry field station were used in addition to the beautiful East Texas forests to aid active instruction. Forestry graduates receive a professional education in forestry and are qual- ified for managerial positions. The SFA organization for forestry majors was the Sylvans Club. School of Sciences and Mathematics TOP: Dr. Raymond Steinhoff , Geology. LEFT: Lt. Col. Talton Pace, Military Science. CENTER: Dr. W. I. Lay ton, Mathematics. ABOVE RIGHT: Dr. R. C. Faulkner, Biology. ABOVE: Dr. John P. Decker, Physics. BELOW RIGHT: Dr. Jacob A. Seaton, Chemistry. r cs I m Dr. Jasper Adams; Mathematics Dr. F. Doyle Alexander; Mathematics Dr. Nancy Alexander; Geology Dr. Roy Alston; Mathematics Dr. Pat Barton; Mathematics Dr. Wayne Boring; Chemistry Bobby Boudria; Mathematics Harold Bunch; Mathematics Julius Burkett; Mathematics Dr J H. Burr; Biology Dr. Thomas Callaway; Physics Charles Cates; Chemistry Elton Chaney; Mathematics Dr. William Clark; Mathematics George Cook ; Biology Dr. Marvin Crocker, Geology Dr. Robert Dean; Mathematics Dr. James Dennis; Physics Martin Deuth; Geology Dr. Harry Downing; Physics Capt. John Downing; Military Science Dr. Russell Faulkner; Biology Dr. Charles Fisher; Biology Dr. James Garrett; Chemistry Dr. William Gibson; Biology Dr. Robert Gruebel; Physics Harvey Heseman; Military Science Dr. Victor Hoff; Biology Dr. Hershel Jones; Geology Walter Kaaihue; Military Science Major David Kiger; Military Science Dr. W. I. Layton; Mathematics Billy LeBouf, Mathematics Ross McClain; Military Science Neal McCord; Biology Dr. Jack McCullough; Biology Dr. Ennis McCune; Mathematics Dr. Harry McDonald; Biology Capt. Brian McWilliams; Military Science Dr. Kenneth Mace; Biology Dr. Albert Machel ; Chemistry Capt. Dallas Miller; Military Science Dr. Charles Mims; Biology John Moore; Chemistry Dr. Samuel Naistat; Chemistry Joe Neel; Mathematics Dr. James Nicholson; Physics Dr. Elray Nixon; Biology Lt. Col. Talton Pace; Military Science Dr. Kenneth Price; Mathematics Dr. Clark Proctor; Mathematics Dr. Fred Rainwater, Biology Jane Ritter; Mathematics Joseph Robbins; Mathematics Dr. Walter Robertson; Biology Dr. Homer Russell; Biology Dr. Austin Sartin; Geology Capt. Russell Schubert, Military Science Dr. J. A. Seaton; Chemistry Dr. Robert Shepard; Mathematics Dr. Wayne Slagle; Biology Dr. R. O. Steinhoff ; Geology Dr Byron Van Dover; Biology Dr. Jerry Vincent; Geology Dr. B. F. Walker; Chemistry Dr. Hendrik Weyland; Biology Dr Robert Yeagy; Mathematics 297 Biology Four study collections in both botany and zoology, the most modern microscopes and physiological equipment and an advising program were only a few of the assets of the Department of Biology. Biology courses gave students familiarity with the methods of science and the facts of biology and pro- vided opportunity for a broad foundation in biology for future professional work or study. Beta Beta Beta and the Biology Club were the two departmental organizations. 298 Physics Courses in Physics were designed to acquaint students with the general all-embracing principles which are the foundations of the present understanding of physics and to furnish experiences in lecture and laboratory which would develop scientific attitudes, insights, and techniques. A unique feature of the graduate and undergraduate research facilities of the physics department was a complete X-ray laboratory for the study of liquid structures. Included was an X-ray diffractometer designed and constructed at SFA, which applied X-rays to determine the forces binding molecules together in the liquid state. The physics major curriculum had two basic options. The first was designed for the student who planned to con- tinue the study of physics at the graduate level or to seek professional employment as a physicist with industry. The second was for the student who planned to teach physics or physical science at the pre-college level. 299 Geology Study and training in geology w as designed to give both sci- ence and non-science majors an understanding of the methods of science and the fundamentals of earth science as it related to the physical environment of man and his dependence on earth resources such as minerals, rocks, fuels, and water. Two programs of study, the general curriculum and the profes- sional curriculum, were available to students majoring in geology. The general program provided the student with a broad cultural background in a scientific field. The professional program was designed for those students who intended to do graduate work in geology and to seek employment in the profession. The Department of Geology had 110 majors and minors. A curriculum of 24 different courses added variety for the under- graduate student and a broad foundation in geology for future professional work or graduate study. Mathematics The twofold role of the mathematics department was to provide a curriculum for students who wished to pursue a career in mathematics and to provide service courses for stu- dents who were majoring in some other subject, but who needed math as a tool or to satisfy general degree require- ments. Students who showed adequate preparation in high school math were encouraged to try for advanced placement credit in the department, thereby avoiding the retaking of courses already covered. An honors program was also available for interested and capable students. Pi Epsilon was the National Honorary Math- ematics Fraternity on campus. 301 Military Science The military science curriculum was designed to prepare students for leadership roles in either military or civilian careers. There were no service obligations until the student elected to participate in the ROTC program. ROTC members were issued all books, uniforms, and equipment free. Upper level members could receive a $100 a month subsistence pay. The department offered an alternative to activity courses or simply elective courses open to all male and female students. Austin Raid- ers, National Society of Scabbard and Blade, Espirit de Corps, SFA Rifle Team and Color Guard were the five honorary organizations and clubs sponsored by the department. 302 Chemistry The goals of the Department of Chemistry were to prepare students for graduate study in chemistry, to prepare students for positions in industry, government service, and teaching. The department also allowed non-science majors to relate chemistry to their major science. Students wanting to qualify for degrees entitled, " With Honors in Chem- istry " enrolled in special problems courses. School of Business TOP: Dr. E. N. Maledon, General Business. ABOVE LEFT: Dr. E. D. Roach, Management. ABOVE RIGHT: Dr. Ralph White, Office Administration. ABOVE: Dr. Charles W. Brown, Economics. RIGHT: Dr. John W. Stevenson, Accounting. r .jj, .♦♦.« «V i 304 Dr. Jarrell C. Grout, head Department of Computer Science Dr. Chester Allen; General Business Dr. Janelle Ashley; Management Dr. Louise Bingham; Accounting B. G. Bizzell; Management James Bowman; General Business Dr. Charles Brown; Economics Norman Cox; General Business George Dailey; Computer Science Dr. Kenneth Durr; Office Administration Dr. Don Evans; General Business Dr. Jarrell Grout; Computer Science Troy Hargis; Management John W. Hamilton; General Business Dr. Thomas Hunter; Economics Dr. Dwayne Key; Economics Dr. Vinay Kothari; General Business Dr. John Lewis; General Business Charles Logan; General Business Dr. Elick Maledon; General Business Dr. John Meredith; Accounting Jesse Mixon; Accounting Dr. Wayne Murdock; Economics Charles Phillips; Management Jack Pollard; Accounting Camille Price; Computer Science Carolyn M. Price; Office Administration Jesse Richardson ; Economics Dr. Gerald Ripley; Computer Science Dr. Ed Roach; Management Dr. Frank A. Ross; Accounting Jean Rudisill; Office Administration Dr. Thomas J. Sager; Computer Science James Smith; Accounting Dr. Weldon Smith; General Business Dr. Dudley Stewart; Economics Dr. Dillard Tinsley; General Business Dr. Ralph White; Office Administration Dr. Marlin Young; Office Administration Accounting The Accounting Department offered a professional course of training for employment in public, commercial and industrial or governmental accounting. The core busi- ness training included in the requirements for the Bachelor of Business Administration Degree along with the account- ing curriculum should also qualify graduates for employ- ment leading to executive positions in industry. An aspect of the department was the awarding of the Mobil Oil Scholarships each year. There was also an Accounting Club for those interested. 306 Computer Science The computer science curriculum was designed to allow future computer specialists to obtain a broad education for professional competence in the computer field. Courses were also offered to non-majors to acquaint them with the computer. Positions open included programmers, com- puter equipment salesmen, analysts, designers, consultants, instructors, researchers and managers. Activities were a Computer Science Club and Upsilon Pi Epsilon. 307 Economics The Department of Economics performed a valuable service role in preparing future business and professional leaders to meet the chal- lenges they would face in the years ahead. Undergraduate courses pro- vided students with a broad background of economic principles and concepts that would be useful in dealing with the problems of today and tomorrow. A student with a background in economics is prepared for many interesting and rewarding careers. General Business The primary objective of the Department of General Business was the training and development of professional management per- sonnel. As a result of the expansion of business and industrial envi- ronment, the Southwest demands competent young men and women for managerial positions in all areas of business administration. The department sought to produce graduates with requisite skills to fill those positions in the specialized areas of finance and marketing. The department offered courses in general business, finance and marketing. Among these courses were real estate principles, life insurance, commercial bank management, advertising principles and marketing research. 309 Management The basic objective of the management curriculum was to pro- vide students with an understanding of the nature and capabilities of human and physical resources. The study and understanding of management principles and practices would aid those who intended to enter the field profes- sionally as administrators, executives, production managers, per- sonnel and industrial relations managers, management consult- ants, or proprietor-managers. The student preparing for one of the preceding career fields would find opportunities in widely diverse organizations: with manufacturers, public utilities, governmental agencies, oil and transportation companies, merchandising companies, and banks. Although it is both necessary and desirable for graduates to start their careers in understudy and assistant-to capacities, a sound background in accepted management fundamentals could accelerate progress to positions of greater responsibility. Office Administration The Department of Office Administration had several objectives, to prepare students for secretarial careers, to train future business teachers in the skill subjects, and to offer background knowledge in skills and com- munication necessary for the business world. Teaching certificates were offered in broadfield business, bookkeeping and general business, and secretarial subjects. Activities included Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Chi Theta and Phi Alpha Kappa. School of Education TOP LEFT: Dr. June Irwin, Women ' s HPE. TOP RIGHT: Dr. T. D. Franks, Elementary Education. CENTER LEFT: Dr. T.J. Stanley, Agriculture. CENTER: Dr. Carl Kight, Men ' s HPE. CENTER RIGHT: Dr. M. C. Moses, Secondary Education. ABOVE: Dr. Bill Hamrick, School Services. RIGHT: Dr. Gloria Durr, Home Economics. 312 Dr. Mary App leberry; Elementary Education Dr. John C. Austin, Secondary Education Carolyn Barnett; Health and Physical Education Dr. Barbara Barrett; Home Economics Dr. Arthur W Benoy; Secondary Education Dr Robert Brooks; Secondary Education Macra Brunson; Elementary Education Sandra Cole; Health and Physical Education Dr. Bennett Cooksey; Elementary Education Charlene Crocker; Secondary Education Dr. James DiNucci; Health and Physical Education Dr. William Doyle; School Services Dr. Gloria Durr; Home Economics Dr Ralph Eddins; Secondary Education Dr. Don Fare; Elementary Education Diana Garcia, Elementary Education Linde Gibson; Home Economics Vera Graham; School Services Dr. Julian Green; Agriculture Dr. Alvera Griffin; Health and Physical Education Dr. David Grigsby; School Services Dr. Charles Grimland; Health and Physical Education Sue Gunter; Health and Physical Education Hilda Harris; Secondary Education Neil Hays; School Services William C. Heeney; Secondary Education Dr Harold Hill; Secondary Education Andrew Huff ry; Health and Physical Education Dr Jerry Irons, Elementary Education Dr. June Irwin; Health and Physical Education Dr Sue Jones; Home Economics Dr Langston Kerr; Secondary Education Dr. Carl Kight; Health and Physical Education Hettie Legg; School Services Dr. Jack Lewis, School Services Dennie Lindsey; Home Economics Margeann McMillan; Health and Physical Education Dr. Robert Martin; Agriculture Virginia Mathews; Health and Physical Education David Miller; Agriculture Dr Morgan Moses; Secondary Education Dr. Earl Morrison; School Services Dr Bennat C Mullen; Secondary Education Dick Munzinger; Health and Physical Education Dr. Lucille Norton; Health and Physical Education Dr Janice Pattillo; Elementary Education Dr. Milton Payne, Elementary Education Dr. Odis O. Rhodes; Elementary Education Joe Richardson, Health and Physical Education Elvia Rodriguez; Elementary Education Dr. Margaret Rucker; Home Economics Sue Schrader; Health and Physical Education Betsy Shaw; Home Economics Laura Shivers, Home Economics Dr. David Shows; Health and Physical Education Dr. Robert Smith; Elementary Education Dr. Wendall Spreadbury, Elementary Education Dr. Jack Spurrier; School Services Oran Standley; Agriculture Donnya Stephens, Secondary Education Dr. Thomas Stanly; Agriculture Dr. George S. Thompson ; Secondary Education Dr. John Thornton; Elementary Education Dr. C. R. Voigtel; School Services Suzy Weems; Home Economics Dr. Thomas White; Secondary Education Dr G. W Willingham; Elementary Education Dr Ray Worsham; Health and Physical Education Paulette Wright; Secondary Education Dr. Beverly Sue Young; Elementary Education 313 Agriculture SFA ' s Department of Agriculture offered students courses to meet their needs in business, industry, research and development, education, communication and conservation as well as in agricul- tural production and management. Students could limit their studies to agricultural education, animal science, agribusiness, horticulture, agricultural machinery and pre-veterinary-animal sci- ence. There was also the use of outdoor laboratories on the two University Experimental Farms and other labs. Activities included Delta Tau Alpha, Future Farmers of Amer- ica, and the Horticulture Club. 314 HPE The department of health and physical education recently moved into the new HPE complex. The multi-million dollar complex contained accommoda- tions for handball, gymnastics, dance, indoor swim- ming, wrestling, and other activities in addition to five regulation basketball courts. Activity and theory courses were offered in practi- cally every sport as well as the inter-collegiate athletic program. Honorary clubs and organizations were the Major Club for men, Pi Epsilon Mu, the Health Edu- cation Club, and Delta Psi Kappa. r 315 Elementary Education Housed in the new Education Building were departmental offices, classrooms, a modern sci- ence education laboratory, well-equipped educational television studios and audio-visual rooms. There was also a functional, well-planned learning center consisting of reading and mathemat- ics clinics for children and a reading improvement laboratory for college students and other adults. They all sought to provide the students with an understanding of the historical, philo- sophical, and psychological foundations of education. Honorary organizations and clubs included Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Delta Kappa and the Student Education Association. Secondary Education The goals of the Department of Secondary Education were to prepare secondary school teachers and administrators and supervisors for public school leadership positions and to serve the public school personnel in terms of professional improvement. The department sought to provide basic concepts in the history and philosophy of education in the teach- ing-learning process, in the nature of the adolescent learner, in the planning and organiz- ing for teaching and laboratory experiences in teaching the secondary school student. The honorary fraternity for the department was Kappa Delta Pi. Home Economics The Home Economics Department at SFA has a long tradition of preparing women and men for careers and life in the contemporary world. The objectives of this department were the personal development of each student, prep- aration for home and family living, preparation for a profession, and service to the people of this area. The major areas of study were child-development and family living, food and nutrition, home economics education and cloth- ing and textiles. Students participated in THESS, the Home Economics club and Phi Upsilon Omicron. Other attractions were the C. J. Davidson Scholarship, a Wool Contest Scholarship, and scholarships for outstanding 4-H Club members. School Services The School Services Department offered courses and pro- grams for the professional preparation and certification of speech and hearing therapists, for special education teaching endorsements, and for entry level positions in a number of human service professions. The areas of specialization included speech and hearing therapy, social and rehabilitation services and special educa- tion. The National Speech and Hearing Association endorsed school service students who meet certain requirements. Post Graduates Ali, Gay; Shelbyville Anderson, Larry; Statesboro, GA Copeland, Larry; Nacogdoches Davidson, Lee; San Antonio Elliott, Mark; Longview Faruqi, Marsha; Houston Fuller, Margaret; Nacogdoches Gilliam, Rhonda; Idalou Govindaraju, Diddahally; India Hearne, Gary; Longview Hopkins, Kay; Lake Jackson Knauf, Tyrone; Big Sandy Laird, Gary; El Campo Leavitt, Billi Sue; Lufkin McGee, Sara; Lufkin Schulze, David; Wells Skains, Dorcas; Nacogdoches Smith , John; Bridge City 320 GRADUATE OFFICERS: Mehdi Eshragh, senator; Tom Summers, president. Graduates — 321 Adams, Donald, Summit, NJ Adams, Franky; Center AH, Salomon; Honduras Anderson, Anne; Wichita Falls Anderson, Jerry; Texas City Anderson, Scott; Nacogdoches Andrew, Ken; Fort Worth Andrews, Thomas; Houston Ash worth, Ann; Houston Austad, Carol; Nacogdoches Austin, Robert, Dallas Baker, Randall; Rockwall ! 1 : Graduates Balkcom, Jeannie; Nacogdoches Barham, Patsy; Nacogdoches Barry, Jimmie; Huntsville, AR Batson, Patricia; Nacogdoches Bell, Alberta; Lufkin Bell, Kelly, Jr.; Midland Berry, Richard, Longview Blakemore, Charles Ann, Alto Borem, Warren; Collinsville Bozeman, Paul; Groves Brand, Brenda; Cleburne Brewton, Dan; Pasadena Brolliar, Michelle; Bandera Camp, Ronald; Nacogdoches Carter, Brooks; Ft. Smith Carter, David, Franklin, LA Chen, Shwu-Yuan; Taiwan Cheng, Thomas; Taipei, Taiwan Cherry, Charles; Nacogdoches Chiha, George; Lebanon Cook, Cynthia; Galveston Cook, Larry; Wichita Falls Cook, Reagan; Austin Cook, Scott; Sanger Cook, Wendell; Nacogdoches Corbin, Lorraine; San Antonio Corbin, Noel; Jacksonville Costello, Constance; Dalton, NH Costello, Larry; Hot Springs, AR Crain, Steve; Port Arthur Dalton, Richard; Andrews Davis, Billy, Huntington Davis, Dick; Corpus Christi Dawson, Rotha; Garrison Dean, William; Crockett Degrand, David; Nacogdoches 322 — Graduates Graduates Dcmpsey, Judy; Little Rock, AR Deuel, David; Phan Dixon, Dorann; Dallas Dobbins, Robin; Victoria Donahue, Michael; Baytown Downs, Clyde; Pineville, LA Driver, Carolyn, Woden Dromnes, David; Bay Shore DuBose, Thomas; Lufkin Edgar, Lee; Santiago, Chile Edwards, Elwanda; Nacogdoches Esquivel, Raymond; San Antonio Fanning, John; Lubbock Foster, Kyle; Fort Worth Franko, Mary; Fort Worth Frields, Gary; Waco Frison, La Frand, Marshall Friz, Daniel; Gilmer Garner, Larry; Little Rock, AR Glass, Phil; Texarkana Gooding, Thomas; Oceanside Gray, James; Nacogdoches Gray, Randall; Marshall Greer, Robert; Nacogdoches Gurweiler, Paula; Fort Worth Haug, Lucy ; Robstown Hayman, Kenneth; Edna Heflin, David; Sanjose Hill, Harvey; Jacksonville Holt, Jordan; Dallas Jackson, Elaine; Lufkin Johnson, Deen; Dickinson Johnson, Jimmie , Jasper Kellam, Teena; Tyler Kelley, Larry; Beaumont Kellum, Dan; Longview Kirk, Christopher; Milan, IL Knight, Carrel, Hooks Kuban, Robert; Temple Kueck, Larry; Strawn Lathem, Regina, Richardson Lawhon, Dewey; Dallas Leach, James; Laredo Lewis, Teairl; San Antonio Littrell, Thomas; Wichita Falls Loyd, Randall; Borger Lumpkin, James; Nacogdoches Martin, Charles; Nacogdoches Graduates Martin, Kathryn; Pontchatoula, LA Mason, Larry; Center Matachinskas, John; Nacogdoches Mathis, Patricia; Fort Worth Mathis, Timothy; Fort Worth Mayfield, Hayden; Longview McCleskey, Glenda; Dallas McDonald, JoAnn; Nacogdoches McDowell, James; Longview McGowan, Gloria, Alto McWilliams, Keith; Nacogdoches Meleton, Raymond; Houston Graduates Mitchell, Frank; Nacogdoches Mitchell, Marilyn; Lufkin Montgomery, Janet; Freeport Montgomery, Ronald; Nacogdoches Moore, Lottie; Nacogdoches Moore, Mary; Galveston Moughon, Tom; Gladewater Murphy, Joe; Plainview Mustard, Rex; Dallas Myers, Terry; Abilene Neal, Claudia; Nacogdoches Newcomer, Mary; Fort Worth Nolen, David; Pretoria Ortis, Gaye Lynn; Nacogdoches Orwenyo, Sospeter; Kisll, Kenya Palmer, Henry Jr.; Nacogdoches Parrish, Patricia; Nacogdoches Peck, James; Philadelphia, PA Peck, Susan; Sarver, PA Pike, Donna; Dallas Pike, Robert; Bridge City Pittman, Dawn; Marshall Pool, Frank, Longview Porter, Boyd III, Houston Porter, Ronnie; Nacogdoches Pruitt, Charlotte; Lufkin Pruett, Brenda; Dallas Putman, Lois; Longview Raines, Patricia; Lufkin Randolph, Paul; Dallas Reese, Leonard III; Houston Reese, Steve Jr.; Nacogdoches Roberts, Christine; Ruston, LA Robinson, Nancy; Shreveport, LA Robinson, Rosalind; Kilgore Rocha, Brenda, Waco 324 — Graduates Romano. Frank, Nacogdoches Rose, Rick; Collinsville, OK Rose, Terrance ; De Soto Rose, William III; Dallas Rowe, Norman; Nacogdoches Samford, Morris Jr.; Nacogdoches Sanders, Randy; Nacogdoches Schneider, Barbara; Carthage Schultz, Mac; Houston Sciacca, Kathryn; Houston Scoles, Susan; Piano Scott, Barbara; Conroe Sechrist, Scott; San Antonio Self, Ann; Duncanville Shelton, Lee; Sugarland Skeeters, Wes; Kilgore Smith, Cornelia; El Paso Smith, Jean; Nacogdoches Spencer, David; Beaumont Spurlin, Laura; Nacogdoches Stansel, Regina; Kilgore Stiles, Nanci; Pasadena Stoffels, Marilyn; Nacogdoches Summers, Robert; Lufkin Sutton, David; Tyler Taylor, Michael; Houston Taylor, Tim; Waco Tedder, Richard; Jacksonville Temple, Susan; Longview Thayer, Albert; Winchester, MA Thomason, John; Albuquerque, NM Thompson, Scott; Nacogdoches Tiller, Alice; Elysian Fields Timmons, Curtis; Littler ield Triplett, Donna; Henderson Triplett, Richard; Sherman Tritico, Joseph; Port Arthur Trudnowski, Paul; Nacogdoches Udosen, Udo; Uyo, Nigeria Wages, George; Grand Prairie Wagner, Kent; Dallas Walker, Mike; Crosby Walker, Pam; Longview Walker, Phd; Athens Wallacejohn, Dibell Watterston, Shirley; Nacogdoches Webb, Jack; Victoria Welch, Gary; Clarksville Graduates — 325 Wernette, Roger; Tyler Westbrook, Tom III; Carthage Whirworth, Charles; Lufkin Williams, Billie; Tyler Williams, Miriam, Lufkin Williams, Robert; Garrison Witte, Wayne, Pasadena Woodruff, Steve, Longview Wooster, Tony; Carthage Wyatt, Alice; Nacogdoches Yates, David; Nacogdoches Graduates 326 — Graduates SENIOR OFFICERS: Cindy Baily, secretary -treasurer, Wayne Sealey, president. Seniors — 327 Abbott, John; Bellairc Abel. Donald; Midland Adams, Billy; Houston Adler, Robert; Dallas Aiavolasiti, Keith, Dallas Ainsworth, Ruth Ann, Waskom Seniors Akins, Patricia; Longview Alexander, Jim; Nacogdoches Alexander, Randy, Tyler Allen, John; Crockett Allen, Thomas; Beaumont Alonzo.Jose, Honduras Anderson, Shelby; Center Arthus, Pam, Malakoff Ash, Rebecca; Houston Ashworth, Louis; Houston Astin, Debra; Seabrook Austin, Mickey; Mexia Badeaux, Martha; Houston Bagley, Harvey Jr.; Texas City Bailess, Scotry; Corpus Christi Bailey, Cindy, Houston Bailey, Sylvia; Orange Baker, Shannon; Grand Prairie Baker, Rodney; Grand Prairie Baldwin, Conner, Midland Ballard, Janet; Tenaha Barker, Charles; Longview Barker, Judy; Bay town Bates, Paula; Denison Bazan, Alfonso; Gregory Beardsley, Tom; Austin Beck, Bernice; Lufkin Bell, Kathy; Dallas Bellingham, Mark; Dallas Beaird, Beverly; Tyler Bengtson, Mary; Dallas Benton, Sylvester; Nacogdoches Best, Charles; Marshall Biggs, Michael; Longview Billingsley, Larry, Houston Bishop, Steve; Sherman Bitner, Gene; Littlefield Blume, Tim, Kerrville Boggs, Brenda, Carthage Bonner, Kirk; Fort Worth Booth, Betty; Houston Bopp, Susan; Houston 328 — Seniors Broumlcy, Mark; Weatherford Broussard, Gary; Baton Rouge, LA Broussard, Jan; Orange Brown, Marcia; Karnack Broxson, Jana; Moscow Buckhannan, Jack, Lufkin Budd, Norman III; Garland Bunnell, Don; Austin Bunt, William; Houston Burch, David; Nacogdoches Burghard, Joseph; San Antonio Burks, Brenda; Pasadena Burks, Linda; Pasadena Burleson, Chariot; Hughes Springs Burns, Anne; Houston Burns, Edward; Henderson Burrell, Almetrice; Nacogdoches Burris, Shirley; Elkhart Busby, Michael; Dallas Busch, James; Richardson Butler. Dave; Houston Butler, Leslie, Tyler Cain, Gerald; Richardson Calkins, Cindy; Richardson Calvary, Brenda; Dallas Campbell, Lee; San Angclo Campbell. Winnie; Houston Canet, Robby, Baytown Cannamore. Karen; Nacogdoches Carboni. Barbarar; Grand Prairie Carey, Susan; Tyler Carlton, Leah; Liberty Carter, David; Dallas Carter, J ' Lynn; Grand Saline- Carver, Jimmy; Longview Case, Phyllis; Rusk Casey, Terence; San Antonio Caywood, Robert; Palo Pinto Cegielski, Karen; Houston Celestine, Diana; Livingston Chancellor. Diana; Nacogdoches Chidichime, Mary, Corpus Christi Seniors — 329 Childress, John; Harlingen Chrisman, Kris; Kerens Clark, Bill; Humble Clark, William, Marshall Clay, Bill; Mesquite Clay, Ronald; Nacogdoches Seniors Clayton, Mary; Nacogdoches Clearman, Richard, Bartlett Clevenger, Tona; Nacogdoches Clinton, Ronald; Snyder Coleman, Bobby, Longview Coleman, Brenda; Quitman Collins. Anne; New Boston Connelly, Jon; Richardson Contreras, Arturo; Laredo Cook, Nancy; Houston Coones, Barbara; Longview Corpaci, Gail; Grand Prairie Cote, Dennis; Dickinson Coulson, Karla; Carrollton Coussons, Jean, Alto Cowan, Robert; Nacogdoches Cox, John; Slocum Crain, Sally; Irving Craver, John; Houston Cresswell, Karen; Fort Worth Crider, Julie; Houston Crisp, Crystal; San Augustine Crow, Dave, Dallas Cullers, Donald, Fort Worth Culver, Randall; Plainview Cummings, Helen, Dallas Currie, Cheryl; Kennard Dahle, Kay; Tyler Darby, Keith; Houston Darby, Mary; Houston Darr, Brenda; Fort Worth Dasch, Thomas; Nacogdoches Daughterty, Melanie; Henderson Davis, Ella; Longview Davis, Jo Ann; Odessa Davis, Linda; Nacogdoches Davis, Pam; Kilgore Davis, Ronnie; Longview Dawson, Chris; San Antonio Day, Cynthia; Garland Dean, D ' Wanna; Overton Deathcrage, James, Tyler 330 — Seniors Defee, Eddy; Pasadena DcLarios, Diana; Dickinson Dent, Sherri; Lufkin Dewayne, Clark; Borger Dixon, Jimmy; Lufkin Dickson, Roni; Bedford Dillingham, Jed, Texarkana Doane, Linda; Sugarland Domel, Ronald; Seabrook Dorsey, Bobby; Henderson Dossett, Kenneth, Irving Douglas, Mike; Houston Driver, Donald; Huntington Driver, Kathy; San Antonio Duke, Douglas; Graham DuBose, Lorraine; Jasper Duncan, Scott; San Antonio Dunn, Dale; Pasadena Dunn, George; Livingston Durrwachter, Bob, Duncanville Dyas, Carolyn; Cason Dyer, James, Houston Dyess, Donna; Houston Eaheart, Anna, Piano Earnest, Jane; Redwater Echols, Maureen; Nacogdoches Etter, Edward; San Antonio Egan, Joe; Boerne Eierdam, Richard; Texas City Ekeroth, Jeff ; Laredo Elder, Wilbert; Easton Elliot, Billie; Dallas Ellis.Janet; Dallas Ellis, Janet; Dallas Ellis, Julia; Center Ellis, Mary; Center Ellison, Linda; Dallas Elms, Randy; San Antonio Elstad, Susan; Houston Emanis, Dwayne; Houston Emmert, Clark; Arlington English, Richard; Irving Epperhart, Beverly; Victoria Eshragh-Hedayat, Hamid; Tehran, Iran Espinola, Seigie, Laredo Etheridge, Donal; Tyler Etsinger, Jill; Tyler Etter, Cathy; Texarkana Seniors — 331 Eubanks, Jay; Longview Ewald, Luanne, Dallas Ewers, Steve; Palestine Farmer, Eddie; Valley Mills Farnham, Jack; Texarkana Farrow, Marsha Ann; Dallas Festervand, Troy; Shreveport, LA Fippinger, Barbara; Baytown Fisher, Terry; Port Lavaca Fite, Olin III; Giddings Fitzhugh, Charles; Texarkana Flanery, Mark; Garland Fleenor, Patty; Abilene Fleitman, Debbie; Gainesville Fleming, Ann; Nacogdoches Fleming, Joel; Center Fleming, Susan; Houston Frailey, Pam; Nacogdoches Folger, Alan, Houston Folger, Donna; Dallas Foreman, Mary Jane; Texas City Forrest, Nancy; Mexia Forsythe, Dwain; Nacogdoches Fox, Cindy, Spring Frank, Terri; Dallas Franklin, Wayne; Pittsburg Freeman, Sharon; New London Fuller, George; Longview Fuller, Patricia, Pasadena Fussell, Nancy; Richardson Galindo, John; Waco Garakani, Mojtaba, Tehran, Iran Garcia, Jose; Sigvat, Honduras Garrett, Sandra; San Augustine Garvin, Glenn; Tyler Gary, Greta; Hemphill Gates, Thomas Jr.; Deer Park George, Robert; Boerne Gibson, Britt, Apple Springs Giles, Richard; Naples Gilstrap, Mark; Snyder Gipson, Brenda; Houston Gise, Dan; Garland Giuffre, Carol; Houston Goerlich, Scott; Nacogdoches Good, Carolyn, Paris Goolsby, Steven; Arlington Gordon, James; Houston 332 — Seniors Gorman, Max; Ennis Gorrett, Glenn; Dallas Gracey, Pamela; Tomball Graham, Robert; Dallas Grainger, Janet; Houston Gran, John; Austin Grant, Ric; Marshall Gray, Betty, Corpus Christi Gray, Rebekah, Longview Green, Gayle; Richardson Green, Steve; Port Arthur Griffin, Becky, Buckholts Griffin, Eileen; Orange Griffin, Opal; Mexia Grimes, Jimmy; Longview Grimes, Mary; Lufkin Grimes, Michael; San Antoni Grimm, Eric ; Hurst Grogan, Mark; Rusk Groom, Bill; Jacksonville Guess, Delana; Amarillo Guevara. Ruben; Choluteca, Honduras Hackney, Marile; Fort Worth Hajer, Sheryl; Tyler Hall, Audrey Beth; Lufkin Hall, Bill; Longview Hall, Kathy; Jacksonville Hall, Mary, Goodrich Hall, Noma; Alvin Hallmark, Beverly, Houston Hamilton, Michael; Coleman Hamilton, Ronald; Kary Handwolfjeff; El Paso Hanson, Michael; Baytown Hardy, Lee; Marshall Hardy, Mike; Lakejackson Harkness, Greg; Tyler Harlan, Karen; Dallas Harman, Dale; Hurst Harness, John; Dallas Harper, Danny; Mission Harper, Susan; Garland Harris, Marry; Kaufman Harris, Paul; Houston Harrison, James; McAllen Hartenstine, Deborah; Lewisville Hawkins, Sandy; Longview Hayes, David; Longview Seniors — 333 Haymond, Pamela; Scabrook Head. Mary; Nacogdoches Heal, Tish; Dallas Heard, Nancy; Canton Hearell, William; Kilgore Heflin, Rebecca; Azle Hennessy, Joseph; Houston Henry, Donna, Mesquite Henry, Mike; San Antonio Hensley, Kerry; Gladewater Herndes, Steven; Dallas Herod, Candace; Pasadena Hickman, Melanie; Fort Worth Higgins, Sandra; Rusk Hightower, Monica; San Paulo, Brazil Hightower, Patrick; Houston Hildenbrand, Terry; La Marque Hill, Alva; Nacogdoches Hill, John; Nacogdoches Hill, Michael; Carthage Hillin, Robert; Nacogdoches Hiner, Herry; Pittsburg Hines, Melva; Nacogdoches Hogan, Ronald; Tenaha Holder, Rusty; Fort Worth Holland, Ann; Denton Holliday, Fred, San Antonio Holliday, Robert; Nacogdoches Holliday, Sally; Kirbyville Holotik, Jim; Tyler Hooks, Keith; New London Hopson, Gary; Pasadena Horton, Judy, Greenville Hover, Jerald; Nacogdoches Howard, Trudy; Hawkins Hoyt, Jerry; Dallas Hubbard, Patricia; Houston Hudson, David; Irving Huffakes, Phyllis; White Oak Hughes, Russell; Chriesman Hughston, Kathy; Brownsville Hukey, Pat; Orange Hull, George; Hughes Spring Humble, Debra; Marshall Humphries, Jeffrey; Spang Hill Hunley, Harold; Dallas Hunt, Claudetta; Longview Hutchins, Michael; Lufkin 334 — Seniors Hysaw, Sandra; Austin Ingalls, Ronald; Dallas Irwin, Jerry; Dallas Ivy.Jacqui; Houston Jackson, Chester; Brownsboro Jackson, Deanna; Pasadena Jackson, Karl; Port Arthur Jackson, Michael; Garland Jacobs, Lou, Naples James, Debra; Deweyville Jennings, Gary; Linden Jessup, Carole; Irving Jeter, Michael; Dallas Johanning, Clifford; Dallas Johnson, Charlie; Waco Johnson, Dona; Fort Worth Johnson, Gary; Houston Johnson, Jack; Hughes Springs Johnson, John; Bridge City Johnson, Landry; Longview Johnson, Peter; Kermit Johnson, Roxie; Pasadena Johnston, Mary; Nacogdoches Joiner, Marilyn, Fort Worth Jones, Anna; Tex as City Jones, Charles; Houston Jones, Keith; San Antonio Jones, Linda; Carthage Jones, Mark; Pasadena Jones, Nancy; Arlington Jostes,Jean; Beaumont Jurasin, Tamera, Houston Kallus, Ray; Nacogdoches Kapp, Cynthia; Richardson Kasten, Henry; Chula Vista, CA Kenaziora, Sharon; Houston Kendall, Rhoden; Longview Kennemer, Rebecca; Longview Kerbo, Jimmy; Athens Kern, Russ; Dallas Keys, Debbie; Terrell Kidwell, Jamie, Mt. Pleasant Kilpatrick, Deborah; Dallas King, Peggy; Houston King, Rebecca; Tenaha Kinnaird, Stephen; Humble Krby, Gary; Dallas Kirk, Jan; Liberty Seniors — 335 Kirk, William; Jefferson Kirkwood, Gayla; Nacogdoches Kistenmacher, Donna, Dallas Kistenmacher, Eddie; Dallas Kloppe, Clarence III; Dallas Knox, Aldo; Temple Seniors Knox, Stephan, Aspen, CO Koair, Debra; Deer Park Kohler.John; Dallas Kole, John; Winnie Kotrla, Mike; Dallas Krueger, Marry; Los Rios, Canal Zone Kruger, Daniel; Mexia Kurk, Sharon; Houston Kyle, Teresa; Carthage Lamb, James; Slayton Lambert, Charles; Katy Lackey, Mike; Diboll Lampe, Marianne; Bryan Lapin, Sheri; Kilgore Leach, Sara; Houston LeBlanc, Fadra; Lufkin Lebo, Steve; Houston Lee, Horace; Longview Lee, Jackie; Lone Star Leediker.Joe; Lufkin Leon, Nickie; Tyler Lester, Charles; Waco Lester, Ray; Dallas Lewis, Jerry; Tyler Lewis, Nita; Nacogdoches Lewis, Sam; Houston Lewis, Stephen; Dallas Liles, Mitch; Texarkana Lindenberger, Susan; Irving Lippe, Charlotte; Odessa Littlefield, Lloyd; New London Livingston, Holly; Fort Worth Longoria, Guilda; Houston Looney, James; Nacogdoches Lorenc, Wayne; Corpus Christi Lord, Pamela; Fort Worth Lott, Bruce; Bellaire Lovett, David; Kary Lowery, Kay; Jefferson Loyd, Deborah; Gilmer Luman, Betry; Houston Lunsford, Jimmy; Price 336 — Seniors Lupton.Jack; Dallas Lutz, Kathryn, Fort Worth Lynch, Gary; Kirbyville Magee, Marion; Pollok Magruder, Lois; Nacogdoches Maines, Barry; Longview Mallard, Sally; Athens Mai lory, Marva; Nacogdoc hes Maness, Russell; Jacksonville Manning, Martha, Atlanta Marshall, Linda; Nacogdoches Martin, Ray; Houston Martz, Gary, Dallas Mason, Darlene; Carthage Massing, Kathy; Lufkin Mathews, Mat; Dallas Maxwell, Joe; Bonham Maxwell, Ricky; Mt. Pleasant May, James; Lufkin May, Joe, Naples Mays, John; Sweeny Mays, Mary; Jacksonville McCamey, Carolyn; Dallas McCarley, Max; Nacogdoches McCarty, Mary; Granbury McClain, Evelyn; Orange McClain, Jamie; Winnsboro McClendon, Lauralea; Uvalde McCormic, Joe; Sabine McCourt, Delores; Plainview McCrea, Michael; Lawton, OK McDonald, Gary; Galena Park McDonough, Mark; Tyler McFarland, Dixie; Garland McFatridge, Regina; Freeport McGarghey, Moiselle; Lufkin McGee, Sherry; Stephenville McKee, Martha; Jasper McLain, Chester; Garrison McLeroy, Ed; Center McMullen, Kaylene; Houston McNutt, Stephen; Ennis Mc Reynold, Donn, San Antonio Medart, Pamela; Houston Melton, Francine; Nacogdoches Melton, Marx; McLean Menasco, Kraig; Alief Mendell, Steve; Houston Seniors — 337 Meyer, Daniel; Dallas Micks, Pat; Fort Worth Mikus, Jerry Jr. ; Grand Prairie Miller, Elizabeth; Pasadena Miller, Michael, Denison Miller, Stanley; Nacogdoches Miller, Terry; Corrigan Mills, Matthew, Dallas Mills, Stephen; Milam Minner, Beverly; Dallas Moeller, Thomas; Dallas Mohat, Mike; Denton Mollere, Michael ; Los Angeles, CA Montes, Joseph; Nacogdoches Moody, Alan ; Orange Mooneyham, Lissa; Arlington Mooneyham. Robin; Mesquite Moore, Kevin; Argyle Moore, Willie; Galveston Moorman, Louis; Orangefield Moreland, Jane; Dallas Moreno, Nora; Laredo Morgan, David; Garland Morgan, Debra, Hallsville Morris, Robbie; Palestine Morrow, Elaine; Elysian Fields Moseley, Julie; Lufkin Muckelroy, Doug; Humble Murphy, Pamela, Nacogdoches Myrick, Nancy; Dallas Nagle, Susan; Houston Naifeh, Pamela; Shrevcport, LA Narmon,Judy; Dallas Nelson, Vernon; Corpus Christi Nelson, William; Dallas Nevill, Brenda; Daingerfield Nevins, Scott; Killeen Newton, Jerry; Lufkin Nichols, Becky; Nacogdoches Niermann, Paul; Dallas Nixon, Nancy; Beaumont Nixon, Pam; Seabrook Norsch, Charlie; Dallas Norton, James, Rusk Norton, Therese; Bay town Novelli, Karen; Galveston O ' Donnell, Debra; Chester, NJ Oliver, Susan; Toronto 338 — Seniors O ' Neal, Scooter; Woodville O ' Neall, David; Fort Worth Ormand, Yvonne; Crockett Osterhol, Peggy; Dallas Owens, Betty; Longview Owens, Marjie; Texas City Palmer, Walter, San Antonio Pannell, Genevajean; Longview Parish, Terry; Tyler Parker, Barbara; Nacogdoches Parker, Kay; Houston Parks, Joe; Nederland Park, Marilyn; San Marcos Parolini, Alan; Waco Parsons, Larry; Alto Pate, Deborah; Kerrville Pate, John; St. Louis, MO Patton, Beverly; Los Fresnos Payne, Bob; Houston Pearson, Debbie; Fort Worth Pearson, Shirley, Rusk Peavy, Asa; Lufkin Penix, Bill; Quitman Pennington, Scott; Dallas Phillips, Mary; Houston Phillips, Milton; Henderson Pickle, Jane; Jasper Pinckard, Gale; Bivins Pitman, Kathy; Texas City Piatt, Christopher; Nacogdoches Piatt, Dave; Huntington Poe.John; Nacogdoches Ponder, Billy; Houston Pool, Michael; Henderson Pope, Wilford; Amarillo Porter, Sue Ann; Mabank Potts, Debbie; Tyler Powell, Charlie; Dallas Powell, Glenda; Mesquite Powell, Lynn; Lexington, KY Preston, Jim; Spring Texas Price, Cynthia; Greenville Price, Melissa; Hawkins Pruitt, Betty; Lufkrn Pugh, Ronnie; Marshall Raagas, Noah; San Antonio Radford, Conni ; Oakwood Radliff, Greg; Houston Seniors — 339 Rainwater, Stephen; Hughes Springs Rakowitz, Vincent; San Antonio Ray, Jean; Tyler Redd, Cindy; Tyler Redin, Van; Plainview Reed, Donna; DeSoto Seniors Reed, Jan; Fort Worth Reed, Owen; Tyler Reedy, Cheryl; Richardson Reid, April; Dallas Renneker, Carol; Garland Rhodes, Daniel; Dallas Rhodes, Ronald; Garland Rhodes, Susan; Dallas Rice, Cathryn; Alto Rice, Loren; Pampa Richard, Joe, Port Arthur Richardson, Mike; Whitehouse Rinehart, Mary; Lakejackson Roach, Jim; Houston Roach, William Jr.; Lufkin Roberson, Jim, Perryton Roberson, Marry; Alvin Roberts, Keith, Dallas Robertson, David; Carthage Robertson, Marilyn; Angleton Robinson, Robert; Dallas Rodriguez, Denise; Bryan Rohmer, Steve; Muenster Roth, Craig, Lufkin Rominger, Cynthia; Richardson Rooks, Marsha; Troup Rowe, Alan; Longview Royder, Forrest; Baytown Rucker, Nancy; Arlington Rudd, Yvonne, Lufkin Ruhl, Reyburn; Richardson Rupert, Marc; Houston Russ, Terilynn; Teague Russell, William; Longview Ryan, Beverly; Stephenville Ryan, Dallas; Sour Lake Rydzeski, Gary; Houston Sanders, Da Loma; Morton Saunders, Roger; Longview Scates, Linda; Nacogdoches Scales, Timothy; Nacogdoches Schilling, Debbie; Dayton 340 — Seniors Schmalz, Kerry; Katy Schmidt, Vicki; Fort Worth Schmitt, Alicia; Texas City Schnars, Wini; Venezuela Schneider, Jody; Dallas Schneider, Marvis; Iraan Schroeder, Patricia; Tyler Schroeder, Rodney ; Waco Schultz, Sandra; Tomball Schwegmann, George; San Antonio Scott, E ' von; Humble Seale, Pam; Canton Selman, Jackie; Crockett Setliff, Paul; Corpus Christi Shadix, Regilda; Diboll Shannon, David; Pep Sharp, James; Trinidad Sharp, Jill; Longview Sheffield, Larry; Lufkin Shepard, Joseph; Lufkin Shepherd, Pat; Nacogdoches Shieldes, Kathy; Tyler Shipp, Clyde; Texarkana Shumate, David; Mt. Pleasant Simonsen, Craig; Austin Simpson, David; Lone Star Slingerland, Phil, Dallas Small, Doris; Carthage Small, Lowell; Dallas Small, Tom; Conroe Smith, James; Gladewater Smith, Lewis; Lansdale, PA Smith, Park; Irving Smith, William; Nacogdoches Smudy, Ron; San Antonio Snell, Beverly; Pearland Soileau, Tim; Bridge City South worth, Gregory; Tyler Spahr, Marshall; Houston Sparkman, Glenn; Tyler Spencer, Gloria; Ratcliff Spivey, Janet; Lufkin Sprott, Lois; Kerrville Sramek, Ricky; Ennis Stagner, Richard; Longview Stalnaker, William; Athens Stanley, Mary Kathryn; Stafford Staton, Debra; Garland Seniors — 341 Staton, Jason; Beaumont Steed, Sarida, Nacogdoches Stein, Mary, Lakeland, FL Stephens, Michael; Irving Stevens, Terrie; Sherman Stewart, Joseph; Nacogdoches Seniors Still, Valerie; Garland Stokes, Shirlene; Garrison Stokley, Jerry, Nacogdoches Stone. Robert; Angleton Strack, Susan; Fort Worth Streit, Susan; Taylor Stupka, Patsy; Port Neches Suhr, Constance; Denton Summers, Karen; Marshall Surratt, Sandy; Linden Sutherland, Laura; Freeport Suttle, Monty; Anahuac Sutton, Victoria; Humble Swinney, Elizabeth; Tyler Tabaracci, Joseph; Galveston Tague.Jeff; Richardson Tamborello, Jennifer, Magnolia Thames, Ina; Lufkin Thomas, Jeff; Longview Thomas, Randel; Lufkin Thompson, Jerry; Dallas Thompson, Jimmy; Corngan Thompson, Joe; Linden Thompson, Lowell; Jacksonville Thompson, Steve; New Ixmdon Thompson, Tim; Richardson Thompson, Tommy; Nacogdoches Timaeus, Denise; Tyler Tinsley, Liz; Houston Tomlin, Debbie; Whitehouse Toner, John ; Orange Tonya, Kallsen; Nacogdoches Topham, Dena; Alta Loma Torian, Vivian; Seabrook Tostado, Evangelina; Friendswood Triebc, Scott; Houston Turlington, Andy; Tatum Turner, Boyd; Port Arthur Turner, Keith; Houston Turner, Mike, Houston Tyiska, Reginald; Overton Tyler, William; Houston 342 — Seniors Tynes, Patsy, San Antonio Unger, Billie Lou; Center Upton, David; Houston Vallanno, Virginia; Austin Vandervoort, Thomas; Orange Vann, Joyce, Lufkin Van Winkle, Steve, Garland Vaughn, Kathryn; Center Vaughan, Lynn, Pasadena Vick, Frank, Center Von Tress, Mark; Angleton Wade, Debra, Carthage Waller, Lalah; Midland Walraven, Kathy; DeKalb Walters, Clay; Nacogdoches Walters, Clay; Corpus Christi Walther, Carolyn; Lufkin Walton, Lavender; DeBerry Wadlington, Cathy; Pasadena Walker, Charles Jr. ; Richardson Walker, Mary; Daingerfield Walker, Peggy; Tyler Walker, Wanda; Houston Wall, Clifford; Piano Ward, Sherry; Pasadena Wasson, Burke; Houston Watson, Bruce; Corpus Christi Watson, Stuart; Austin Waxier, Michael; Bellaire Weatherly, William; Nacogdoches Webb, David; San Antonio Webb, Gene; Carthage Weeks, Jamie; Alice Weidner, Michael, Houston Wells, Robin; Denton West, Kathi; Houston West, William; Nacogdoches Westmoreland, Lavenda; Palestine Wetzel, Michael; Los Angeles, CA White, Bobby; Lake Jackson White, Herbert; Lufkin White, Philip; Dallas Whitehead, Patricia; McKeesport, PA Whiteman, Roy Jr. , Dallas Whitley, John, Lufkin Wicker, Robert; Burleson Wiederhold, Ann; Richardson Wilbanks, Ervin; Atlanta Seniors — 343 Wilbanks, Frank; Palestine Wilcox, Jan; Mesquite Wilemon, Dee; Tyler Williams, Andy; Lufkin Williams, Frances; Palestine Williams, James, Wharton Seniors Williams, Vicki Jacksonville Wilson, Sally; Richardson Wilson, Terrianne; Garland Wing, Calvin; Wichita, KS Winn, Stephanie; Dallas Wold, Wendie; Longview Wolf, Elizabeth; Houston Wolfe, Marilyn, Gary Wolters, Greg; Arlington Wood, David; Lake Jackson Wood, Jerry; Livingston Wood, Patsy; Livingston Woods, Donald, Euless Woodson, Ronald; Alice Woodward, Jerome; Hampton, CT Worbington, Thomas; Houston Worsham, Patrick; Timpson Wozencraft, Kathy; Bridge City Wright, George; Lufkin Wright, Paul; Winnie Wright, Steve, Dallas Wright, Terry; Lone Star Wright, Wes; Kirbyville Wright, William; Fort Worth Wurtz, Phyllis; Fort Worth Wyatt, Robert; Nacogdoches Yadon, Debye; Dallas Yohe, Rhonda; Garland York, Harold; Dallas York, Linda; El Paso Youens, Gail; Columbus Youngblood, Victoria; Lufkin Zapalac, Richard; Markham Zyblot, Mark; Ches Zmesley, Jeanie; Dallas 344 — Seniors Adams, Jana, Newton Adams, Paul; Winnfield Adams, Sheila; Houston Alderdice, William; Dallas Aldrich, Bonny; Houston Alegna, Frank, Corpus Christi Alex, Judith; Brownsville Allen, Billy; Mildred Allen, George; Bay City Allen, Jon, Irving Allen. Mary; Lufkin Allen, Vickie; Fort Worth ml F 1 mm Juniors Alvardo, Sandy; Houston Alvis, Pamela; Tyler Amundson, Jim; Nacogdoches Amy, Stephen; Houston Amyx, Kyle; Garland Anderson, Analyn, Lufkin Anderson, Carolyn; Kilgore Anderson, Joan, Corsicana Anderson, Larry; Dallas Anderson, Samuel; Dallas Anderon, Steven; Grapevine Anderson, Walter, Fort Worth Andrews, Cass; Ennis Andrews, Norman, Houston Andrews, Rosanne; Lufkin Archer, Toni; Marshall Armstrong, Alan, Houston Arnold, Linda; Groveton Aston, Phyllis; Nacogdoches Atherton, Jim ; Conroe Atkins, Nancy; Rockwall Atkinson, John; Houston Atkinson, Marte; Dallas Aukes, Dean; Carrollton Baca, Sheri; Rockwall Bailey, Sally; Gilmer Bailey, William; Nacogdoches Baker, Leigh; Houston Ballard, Chuck; Austin Ballard. Sandy; Fort Worth Banfield, Darrell; Purdon Banfield, Rich; Livermore Barber. Jeffrey; Van Bare, Kathy; Missouri City Barker, Terry; Garland Barnes, Barney; Odessa 346 — Juniors Barnes, Curtis; Marshall Barnctte, Carolyn; Groves Barrett, Freida; Houston Barron, Charles; Kilgore Barron, Kayla, Houston Barrow, Terry, Hull Barton, Jan; Waco Basnett, Diane; Lancaster Bassano, John; Paris Battle, Jimmy; Nacogdoches Battles, Dennis; Nacogdoches Bean, Pamela; Irving Juniors Beasley, Bill; Rockport Beasley, Terry; Center Beary, Darla; Allen Beckham, Carol; Lufkin Beckham, William, Kilgore Belcher, Jack; Spring Belden, Ellen; Richardson Belew, Lynn; Longview Bell, Glenda; Gladewater Beller, Denyse; Houston Bennett, Barbara, Fort Worth Berryman, William; Groves Birdow, Anthony; Palestine Birdsong, Bonnie; Longview Bitner, Kelley; Houston Blackburn, Charles; Jacksonville Blackburn, Galen; Fort Worth Blackmon, Steve; Garland Blackshear, Jameson; Longview Blais, Jerome; Dallas Blakely, Becky; Grand Saline Blankenship, James; Garland Blome, Susan; Pasadena Blount, Angela; San Antonio Blount, Shawna; San Benito Bloxom, Raymond; Frankston Boatman, Gerrel; Garrison Bobadilla, Michele; Dallas Boese, Matthew; Freehold, NJ Boggio.Joan; Tyler Bolen, Deborah; Rockwall Bonar, Nancy; Houston Bond, Gregory; Irving Bond, Pamela; Livingston Bonner, David; Wichita Falls Booker, Robert; Pineland Juniors — 347 Boone, Laurie; Corpus Christi Boone, Mimi; Houston Boone, Thomas; Houston Borland, Jane; Ennis Borland, Janice; Ennis Borner, Jesse; Jasper Bostick, Blake; Tyler Boudet, John; Alto Bowling, Gerald; League City Boyd, Ray; Longview Bozarth, Deborah; Longview Bradfield, Barbara; Tomball Bradshaw, Janet; Garland Brady, David; Seabrook Branan, Jenifer; Dallas Brannon, Carla; Cleburne Brawley, Nancy; Houston Braziel, Scott; Dallas Brecheen, Fred; Mineola Brevard, Danny; Lufkin Brill, Lola; Baytown Bristow, Gerald; Fort Worth Brkton.Jim; Marshall Brizendine, Beverly; Houston Bronson, Julia; Dallas Brooks, Alyce; Texarkana Brooks, Bruce; Garland Broussard, David; Orange Brown, Amy; Fort Worth Brown, Deborah, Center Brown, Kennith; Marshall Brown, Marie; Denison Brown, Marilyn, Palestine Brown, Neel; Garland Brown, Suzanne; Deer Park Browning, Patricia; La Marque Broz, Kathy; West Columbia Brugger, Debbie; Houston Bryce, Timothy; Houston Buckland, Donna; Linden Buckley, Ellis Jr.; Dallas Bunch, Anita; Nacogdoches Burgeson, Jill, Lufkin Burks, Jerry; Tyler Burlet, Ted; Austin Burnett, John; Groveton Burns, Marcia; Houston Burns, Marsha, Houston 348 — Juniors Burrows, Eugene; San Antonio Burt, Jan; Diboll Bussell, Debby; Carthage Butler, Beth; Dallas Butler, Steve; Nacogdoches Butts, James; Nacogdoches Butts, Kathy; Nacogdoches Caldwell, Judith; Palestine Caldwell, Karen; Richardson Callarman, Sherry, Athens Campbell, Stuart; San Antonio Campbell, Vicki, Fort Worth Juniors Canik, Dawn; Houston Carlton, Kirk; Houston Carmical, Michael; Pearland Carpenter, Billy; Bonham Carrier, Paula; Clute Carroll, Paul; Garland Carrow, Kristine; Seabrook Carruth, Robin; Waco Carter.Jim; Kilgore Carter, Tandy; Columbus Case, Carl; Rusk Case, Mark, Lufkin Cave, Jane; Dallas Chambers, Karen; Sherman Chance, David, Houston Chappuis, David; Houston Charles, George; Dallas Cheatham, Bertha, Jasper Cheek, David; Conroe Cheek, John; Houston Cheever, Karla; Lake Jackson Cheshire, Arlene; Carthage Chiang, Gloria; Marshall Christensen, Tim, Dallas Chronister, Marvin; Nacogdoches Clarke, Stephen, Lake Jackson Cleek, Tracey; Houston Clegg, Billy, Angleton Clements, Terry; Cedar Lane Clifford. Carol; Center Cline, Stephen; Kilgore Cloud, Corby; New Braunfels Coghlan, Katie; Longview Coker, Betsy; Frankston Coldsnow, Pam; Pittsburg Cole, Phillip; Tyler Juniors Cole, Robin; Tyler Coleman, Gail; Marlin Colkin, Tom; Ennis Collet, Charles; Humble Colley, Paul; Henderson Collins, Debbie; Texas City Collins, Gatha; Center Collins, Jack; Alto Colson, Rick; Houston Combs, Jean; Dallas Conerly, Truly; Nacogdoches Conner, James; Nacogdoches ¥W —f ■„ Ik, F HE «hH 61 Juniors Conway, Steve; Brownsville Cook, James; Austin Cook, William; Mansfield Cooper, Leah, Houston Cooper, Linda; Nacogdoches Copeland, Melinda; Dickinson Coppola, Jean, Houston Corbett, William; Dallas Cosby, John; Fort Worth Covey, Brenda, Snyder Covey, William; Snyder Covnet, David; Tyler Cox, Ray, Pasadena Crawford, Debra; Tenaha Crawford, Jo Ann; Dickinson Crews, Claire; Longview Crim, Trey; Kilgore Crocker, Terry; Henderson Cronin, Mike; Fulshe.tr Crow, Robby; Nacogdoches Crozier, Carol; Gonzales Culver, Jay; Austin Cummings, Steve; Westmont, NJ Cunningham, Howard; Odessa Daily, Sharon; Houston Damron, Melanie; Dallas Darnell, Becky; Harlingen Darwin, Nancy; Garland Dasch, Cynthia; Houston Dauphin, Shonda; Longview Davis, Barbara; Gladewater Davis, Ed; Garland Davis, Stanley; Gary Day, Robert; Houston Deakins, Randy; Richardson Deggs,John, Lufkin 350 — Juniors DeLoach, Pruitt; Nacogdoches DeLuca, Julie; Houston Dennis, Dalee; Longview Denny, Beverly; Houston Denny, Jay; Houston Denson, Elaine; Arlington Dent, Beth; Houston Dickens, Debbie; Fort Worth Dickerson, Mark; Bronx, NY Dillon, Forrest; Nacogdoches Dobbs, Bobby ; Nacogdoches Dodd, Randy; Killeen Juniors Donie, Gwen; Garland Donohue, Gladys; Mission Dorsett, Donna; Marshall Dorsey, Kay; New London Dossett, Terry; Diboll Doty, Eddie; Nacogdoches Dougherty, Dennis; Waco Dowdy, Gary; Houston Dowies, Cindy; Orange Doyle, Michael; Santa Monica, CA Drane, Steven; Fort Worth Drew, Dana; Houston Drummond. John; Rowlett Duggan, Debi; Spring Duke, Timothy; Clifton Dunagan, Cheryl, Frost Dunagan, John; Frost Duncan, Byron; Lufkin Dunlap, Eddie; Garland Dupree, Jay ; Groveton Durbin, Michael; Dallas Durdin, Martha; Stafford Durso, Mary Jo; Port Arthur Duvall, Nancy; Denton Dykes, Linda; Kilgore Eaton, Patricia, Longview Edds, James; Nacogdoches Edmiston, Trevlyn; Houston Edmonds, Sheila, Marlin Edmonson, Rodney; San Antonio Edwards, Stevie; Stowell Eggers, Deborah; Nashville, TN Elledge, Doak; Perryton Ellerd, Alvin; Hereford Elliott, James, Mansfield Ellis, Karen; Tyler Elms, James; Kilgorc Emrick, Robert, Lufkin English, Kenneth, Crockett Epperson, David; Fort Worth Eubanks, Deborah; Troup Evans, Deborah; Dallas Faires, Ken; Beaumont Farley, Rita; Henderson Farmer, Eddie; Andrews Farrell, Charles; El Paso Farrell, Cindy; El Paso Fears, Sherry; Laneville Feeback, Kevin, Lincoln, MT Fehrle, Connie; Tomball Ferguson, Randy; Longview Ferree, Karen; Angleton Fish, Norman; La Marque Fitts, Suzanne, Lufkin Flatley, Doug; Dallas Flavin, Connie; Houston Fleisher, Sheryl, Longview Fleitman, Allen, Muenster Flores, Jose; Galveston Fly, Murry; Corpus Christi Ford, Carla; Piano Foreman, Joe; Kennard Forsythe, Newton; Nacogdoches Fort, Gary; Hallsville Fossier, Lenny, Piano Frank, John; Corpus Christi Franks, Linda; New Caney Fraychinaud, Vicki, Houston Frederick, Soozi, Lake Jackson Freeman, Patti; Tyler Frerking, Charlie; Houston Fugler, Mary; Marshall Fuller, Gary; Texarkana Fuller, Katrina; Texarkana Gaffey, Richard; Dickinson Gamez, Armando; Laredo Garretson, Dal; Austin Garrison, John ; Fort Worth Gavin, Thomas; Universal City Gawloski, Paul ; Waco Geiger, Keith; Nacogdoches Gentry, Peggy; Ennis Gerron, Lesley; Ennis Gibbs, Willoughby Gibson, Rebecca; Nacogdoches Gibson, Virginia; Lewisville Giles, Karen; Houston Gill, Debra; Texarkana Gilman, Karen; Fort Worth Glaze, Rebecca; Longview Glenn, Randal; Piano Glidewell, Dale; Piano Glimp, Beth; Austin Glover, Becky; Longview Goadjill; Dallas Godbey, Susan; San Antonio Goforth, Lawrence; Comfort Goins, Larry; Victoria Gonsoulin, Steve; Texas City Goolsby, Mathew; Arlington Gordon, Dennis; Tyler Goree, Kathy; Grand Prairie Graeber, David; Richardson Graff, Gary; Longview Graham, Carol; Houston Graham, Gordon; Richardson Graham, William; Tonawanda, NY Gray, Adrienne; Longview Green, Thomas; Dallas Green, Tim; Sweeny Gregson, John; Nacogdoches Griffin, Susan; Houston Griffith, Sherrie; Normangee Grimes, Terry; Nacogdoches Grimm, Lmda; San Antonio Grisham.Joe; Lufkin Grizzard, Charles; Big Spring Groce, Robin; Dallas Grunden, Patricia; Garner Guidry, Tommy; Port Arthur Gullett, Sandy; Houston Guyon, Eugene; Eagle Lake Guzman, Diana; Houston Gwyn, Rachel; Texarkana Hackett, Bubba; Channel view Hackler, Kay; Whitehouse Haddad, David; Corpus Christi Hadnot, Laverne; Jasper Hagood, Kent, Fort Worth Haley, Cindy; Houston Haley, Kathy; Tyler Haley, Letitia; Dallas Juniors — 353 Halscy, Linda; Fort Worth Hamilton, Jim; Baytown Hammond, Nancy; Houston Hamrick, David; Nacogdoches Hansen, Kay; Tenaha Hardy, Brant; Houston Hardy, Rickey; Dallas Harmon, Chipper; Longview Harper, Danny; Jacksonville Harrell, Marilyn; Livingston Harris, Betsy; Houston Harris, Dennis; Kilgore Harris, Diana; Athens Harris, Lane; Beckville Harris, Latressa; Longview Harrison, Diane; Houston Harrison, Jeffrey; Diboll Harrison, Shirley, Lufkin Harry, David; Fort Worth Hart, Cindy; Gladewater Hart, I ma; Henderson Hart, Jerry; Orange Harvey, Joseph; San Antonio Hassell, Ricky; Rush Hastreiter, William; Irving Hawkins, Laura, New Boston Hayes, Ike; Miami, FL Hayes, Robert; Temple Hazlett, Brenda; Duncanville Head, Sheree; Tyler Heard, Lugenia; Lake jackson Heflin, Charlotte; Gary Heim, Velmer; Henderson Henager, Cynthia, Belton Henderson, Cathy; La Porte Henderson, Robert; Houston Henderson, Thomas; San Augustine Hendry, Bruce; San Antonio Henrichsen, Barbara; Bay City Henry, Gay; Nacogdoches Herrington, James; Texarkana Hewgley, Sue; Houston Hickerson, Joe; Nacogdoches Hight, Linda; Gary Hilgers, Gordon, Dallas Hill, Danny; Dallas Hill, Elvin; Liberty Hill, Jonetta; Linden 354 — Juniors Hill, Keith; Houston Hill, Vicki; Tyler Hinckley, Richard; Grand Prairie Hinson, Daphne; Lovelady Hippler, Jeorgia; White Oak Hobson, Mark, Houston Hoffman, Kim; Fort Worth Hogan, Robin; Dallas Holiday, David; Logansport Holloway, John; Big Spring Holman, Morris; Garland Holman, Susan; Paris Holmes, Cheryl; Montgomery Holt, Loree; Farmers Branch Homann, Dennis; Palestine Hooker, Robert; Tyler Hooks, Lola; Texarkana Hopkins, Jack; Longview Horecka, Ann; Humble Horlander, Stephen; Longview Hornbuckle, Maribeth; Beaumont Horrocks, Cathy; Texarkana Hoskins, Nell; Lakejackson Hostler, Kathy; Dallas Housier, James; Waco Howell, Thana; Hughes Springs Howington, Rickey; Angleton Hryhorchuk, Doris; Vidor Hudler, Dwight; Houston Hudler, Rebecca; Houston Hudnall, David; Odessa Hudnall, Marsha; Tyler Hudson, Douglas; Carthage Hudson, Susan ; Sweeny Hughes, Glynn; Longview Hughes. Vicki; Richardson Hunnicutt, Roy; Fort Worth Hunsucker, Sherry; Bay town Hunt, Greg; Nacogdoches Hunter, Margaret; Nacogdoches Hunter, Nancy; Lufkin Hutchins, Chuck; Abilene Hutchins, David; La Porte Hyman, William; Fort Worth Irwin, Diane; Dallas Jackson, Billy; Hooks Jackson, James; Houston James, Alan; Bay town Juniors — 355 Jahek, Ken; Dallas Janicek, Leabeth; Austin Jay, Dana; Center Jay, Robert; Sour Lake Jeffers, Robert, Tyler Jennings, Cathey; Houston Johnapelus, Lane; Houston Johnson, Benny; Lone Star Johnson, David; Longview Johnson, Gary; Cedar Hill Johnson, Kevin; Denison Johnson, Larry; Garland Juniors Johnson, Linda; Nacogdoches Johnson, Tomy; Alto Johnston, Deborah; Jacksonville Jones, Donna, Henderson Jones, Lajoya, Henderson Jones, Michael; Pasadena Jones, Trisha; Austin Justice, Georgia Kay; Nacogdoches Kate, Karl, Nacogdoches Karr, Sheryl; Anahuac Keating, John; Winnie Kehoe, Bill; Houston Keitz, Diane, Dallas Kelly, David; Piano Kelley, Steve, Dallas Kelly, John; Richardson Kemp, Debra, Nacogdoches Kemp, Edward, Corpus Christi Keng, Tim; Cleveland Kennedy, Cheryl; Dallas Kennington, Dennis; New Boston Ketchum, Laura; Dallas Key, Thomas; Houston Kidd, Dena; Edgewood Kiewit, Scott; Dallas Killian, Steve; Kilgore Kimmey, Karen; Lufkin Kinat, Kati, Nacogdoches King, Connie; DeSoto King, Gary; Garland King, Sally; Milford.CT Kirby, Kim; Dallas Kirk, Jane; Hughes Springs Kirk, Kristy; McGregor Kirkland, Dennis; Spring Kirkley, Karen; Center 356 — Juniors Kirkpatrick, Kirk; Marshall Kirkpatrick, Reed; Grand Prairie Kirkpatrick, Sharla; Tyler Kissell, Brian; Houston Kittrell, Bill; Texarkana Klapprott, Carla; Arlington Klinger, James; Piano Kneese. Carl; Dallas Koether, Robert; Silsbee Kole, Cheryl ; Nacogdoches Kottle, Irene; Lakejackson Kraemer, Karen; Center Krebs, Connie; Dallas Krejci, Loran, Roscoe Kroll, Richard, Karnes City Kudla, Kay; Baytown Kunitz, Sharon; Sherman Kuykendall, Donna; Pittsburg LaFour, Shelly; Anahuac Laird, Linda; Baytown Lajoie, David; Richardson Lakey, Michael; Pasadena Lamberth, Sandy; Seabrook Lane, Deborah; Pineland Lane, Raymond; Longview Langford, Tom; El Paso Lantron, Karen; Onalaska Lapington, Julie; Grand Saline LaRue, Renee; Dallas Latham, Steven; Texarkana Latimer, James; Temple Latimer, Paula; Stamford Latourette, Libby; Houston Layer, Michael; San Antonio Leach, Mick; Laredo Leamon, Charles; Irving Leddy.John, Annandale, VA Lee, Deborah; San Antonio Lee, Robert; Lufkin Lee, Sylvia; Houston Lesco, David; Dickinson Lester, Lee; Lufkin Leva, Charles; Houston Levich, Karen ; Nacogdoches Levings, Charles, Fort Worth Lewis, LeRoy; Lake jackson Lewis, Patti; Grand Prairie Lichtenwalter, Frederick; Dallas Juniors — 357 Liles, Mona; Lufkin Lilly, David; Timpson Lipscomb, Gary; San Antonio Littlefield, Linda; Daingerfield Lirton, Dennis; Baytown Lockhart, Kevin; Kerens Long, Paul; Tyler Loomis, Gus; Jefferson Ix per, Frank; Jacksonville Love, Charlotte; Grand Saline Lovell, Kevin; Dalhart Lovett, James ; Jasper mm n Lowe, Cindy; Houston Lowther, Bruce; Hurst Lowther, Thomas; Diboll Luce, Connie; Dallas Luce, Gay; Lufkin Luckenbill, Elizabeth; Houston Lunday, Diane; Friendswood Lydia, Sheila; Woodville Lyons, William; Dallas Mabry, Catherine; Mesquite Mach, Sharon, Longview Macha, Pam; Houston Magee, Dorothy; Houston Magee, John; Lakejackson Magness, Jacque; Fort Worth Magness, Marilyn, Li berry Mallott, Micheal; Spring Malone, Kevin; Dallas Maness, Debbie; Tyler Manka, Gaylyn; Waco Mann, Barbara; Houston Mann, Cindy; Spring Mann, Nancy; Houston Marek, David; Kaufman Marietta, Kay; Lovelady Marsellos, Richard; Lufkin Marsh, Frank, San Antonio Martin, Brenda, Tyler Martin, Debbie; Hallsville Martin, Elizabeth; Texas City Martin, John; San Augustine Martyr, Gary; Marlin Marx, Deanna; Dallas Massey.Jeff; Killeen Mathis, Kathy; Dallas Mathews, Gary; Bay City Mayerhoff, Russell; Garland Mayf ield, James ; Jacksonville McAlister, Becky; Roswell, NM McBurney, Mike; Terrell McCain, Stephen; Daingerfield McCallum, Alice; Mesquite McCann, Marcie; Daisetta McCarty, Sally; Tyler McCary, Dan; Pineland McCaw, Rick; Nacogdoches McConnell, Debra; Italy McCown, Robin; Jacksonvilli McCrea, Bill; Lawton, OK McCullech, David; Texarkana McDaniel, Carol; Galveston McDaniel, Pam; Buna McDonough, Nick; Tyler McDowell, Doris; Longview McFarland, Clayton; Tyler McFarland, Nanette; Hallsville McGarrett, Debra; Houston McGilvra, Jane; Lufkin McGilvray, Judi; Conroe McGlashen, Tim; Cypress McGrath, Elaine; Hurst McGuire, Michael; Humble Mcjilton, Terry; Houston McKeever, Charles; Hallsville McMath, Susan; Nacogdoches McNamara, Terry; Marshall McLaughlin, Mike; Houston Meacham, Melissa; Bay City Meacham, William, Arlington Medford, Chris; San Antonio Meek, Robert; Brownfield Meng, Stacie; Galveston Mercatante, Mary; Stafford Merritt, Constance; Gladewater Michael, Janis; Houston Miles, Homer; San Augustine Millard, Glenn; Nacogdoches Miller, Jerry; Mauriceville Miller, Robert; Marshall Mdler, Steven; Euless Miller, Wade; Kilgore Miller, Doris; Van Mills, Raymond Jr.; Milam Milton, Roxanne; Dallas Juniors — 359 Minis, Bobby; Dallas Mims, William; Richardson Mitchell. Jeanne; Dallas Mitchell, Joseph; Longview Moe, William; Fort Worth M xh r i ng , Jan ice ; N acogdoc hes Molidor, Louis; Frisco Monette, Robert, Dallas Monroe, Monte; Orange Montgomery, Nile; Little Rock, AR Montgomery. Steve; Midland Monzingo, Cheryl; Midland Juniors Moore, James; Nacogdoches Moore, Ruby; Tyler Moorhead, Douglas, San Antonio Morris, Earl; Hemphill Morrow, Janet; Pampa Morton, Jackie; Dayton Moseley, Trida; San Antonio Moss, Joe; Houston Motley, Marlon; Kilgore Moughon, Joe; Gladewater Moye, Billy; Jasper Mueller, Suzy, Houston Mundy, Denise; Village Mills Murphree, Ronald; Waco Myers, Janet; Houston Nadolski, Jimmy; Terrell Nale, Carolyn; Houston Neal, Les; Houston Neese, Robert; Houston Neimeyer, Cynthia; Corpus Christi Nelms, Harold; Houston Nelson, Paul; Garland Nelson, Sally; Houston Nelson, Victoria; Garland Ness.Jimsey; Alta Loma New, Keith; Piano Newman, Charlotte; Lufkin Newmann, Karl; Pearland Newsom, Randy; Lufkin Newton, Stephen; Dallas Nicholson, Richard; Houston Ncxinan, Kevin, Longview Norman, Rhonda, Duncanvillc Norman. Shelley, Bcllvtlle Norns, Odis; Nacogdoches Norton. Suzanne; Euless Ik Ih a ■ " V f Notter, Karen; Dallas Nowell, Mark; Shepherd Oates, Glenn; Nacogdoches O ' Berle, Gay; Groves Ochsenfeld, Bonnie; Lufkin Oliver, John; Galveston Oliver, Kathy; Timpson Olivo, Richard; Marshall O ' Neal, Deborah; Hughes Spring Onofre, Adam; Texas Ciry Orren, Sandra; Lakejackson Osborne, Peter; Euless Juniors Ott, Dale; Livingston Otto, Michael; Terrell Overall, Wayne; Longview Palmer, William; Marshall Paris, Ronald; Richardson Parker, Billy; Hughes Springs Parmley, Kristi; Texarkana Parr, Tommy; El Paso Parrish, Walter; Fort Worth Patterson, Robert; San Antonio Patton, Brenda; Lubbock Patton, Jeanne; Houston Paul, Michael; Houston Paulsen, Kathryn; Houston Peavy, William; Lufkin Penn, Pam; Bellaire Percy, Cathy; Bonham Perkins, William, Richardson Perry, David; Henderson Peveto, Jerald; Orange Pfeffer, Frances; Dallas Philley, Charlotte; Lufkin Phillips, Bassilinda; Henderson Phillips, Hugh; Jacksonville Phillips, Suzanne; Houston Pickering, John; San Antonio Picton, Mary; Rockport Pinson.John; Austin Pinson, Patsy; Gilmer Pirtle. Jan, Henderson Pitcher, Laura; Fort Worth Pitts, Susan; Nacogdoches Points, Karen; Tyler Pool, Sharon; Henderson Poplin, Bill; Lufkin Powell, Monte; Ennis Prewitt, Kathy; Jasper Price, Nancy; Dallas Pridgcon, Marcus, Euless Pryor, Phyllis, Texas Ciry Puckett, Barbara; Houston Purvis, Vicki; Houston Pustka, David; Belton Quattrini, Denni Kay; Midland Querner, David, Vernon Quinn, Debbie; Pasadena Radford, Carolyn; Oakwood Ragsdale, John ; Jacksonville Raines, Carole; Marshall Rambo, John; Tomball Ramsey, Cindy; Timpson Ramsey, Jesse; Palestine Ramsey, Kathy, Baytown Randall, Becky; Rockdale Ray, Gwen; Pearland Ray, Harold; Dallas Ray, Les; Dallas Redman, Rick, Corpus Christi Redmand, Lea Ann; Longview Reed, Michael; Houston Reese, George; Houston Reider, LaWanda; Gary Reinhardt, Theresa; Humble Renfroe, Patricia; San Augustine Renfro. Ann, Dallas Reyes, Gloria, Wharton Reynolds, Paul; Fort Worth Rhodes, Michael ; Overton Richardson, Deborah; Denison Richardson, Mike; Beaumont Richardson, Peggy Ann; Nacogdoches Riddick, Mike; Ixingview Riddle, Debora; Magnolia Ridgeway, Ruth; Gilmer Riley, Janie; College Station Riley, Sean, La Porte Risinger, Linda, Reklaw Robberson, Jim; Kilgore Roberson, Keith; Dallas Roberson, Tommy; Nacogdoches Roberts, Debbie; Dallas Roberts, Mary Ann; Kermit Roberts, Robin; Arp Roberts, Scott; Tyler 362 — Juniors Roberts, Sheri; Houston Robinson, Kathy; Arlington Robinson, Ty; Corpus Christi Roddy, Richard; Orange Rodgers, Cheryl; Pasadena Rogers, Debbie; Gainesville Rollins, Michael, Henderson Rongey, Frances; Angleton Roper, Ben; Clifton Roper, David; Henderson Roquemore, Sam; Midland Ross, Kimble; Crosby Rothrock, Walter, Lufkin Rowe, Priscilla; Nacogdoches Royer, Kim; Nacogdoches Rucka, Rodney; Crosby Rusk, Blake, Houston Russell, Charles; Dallas Russell, Donna; Nacogdoches Russell, Kathi; Canton Rutherford, William; Bay City Ryder, Geneieve; Beaumont Saad, Nancy; Houston Sadler, Karen; Gladewater Sadler, Ric; Gladewater Safford, Gina; Groveton Salazar, Roland; San Antonio Salter, Debbie; Mt Pleasant Sanders, Cindy; Lake Jackson Sanders, Jerry; Bay town Sanderson, Roy; Liberty Sands, Mark; Fort Worth Santos, Raymond; Dallas Saunders, Beth; DeBerry Saunders, Marcia; Lufkin Scarborough, Kathy; Houston Scarbrough, Gary; Garland Schantz, Roxie; Amarillo Schiltz, Debra; Houston Schlattner, Henry; San Antonio Schlesinger, Pamela, Houston Schultz, Barbara; Fort Worth Schulz, Chris; Lubbock Schwartz, John; Groves Scott, Mike; Dayton Scott, Teresa; Mesquite Sechrest, Marsha; Dallas Secrest, Steve; Pasadena Seilcr, Susan; Duncanville Selby, Tanya, Mabank Self, Mary; Nacogdoches Selman, Bruce; Dallas Shannon, Susan; San Antonio Shead, David; Hitchcock Sheley.John, Dallas Shell, Ted; Carthage Shelton, Byron; Corrigan Shepard, David; Lufkin Shepherd, Kay; Lake Jackson Shcppard, Darlene; San Augustine Juniors Shields, Kirk, Kilgore Shipley, Joe; Nacogdoches Shipley, Lynda, Houston Shuttlesworth, Carol; Pasadena Sihvonen, Doug; Richardson Siller, Larry; Galveston Simkins, Connie; Baytown Simmons, Cary; Arlington Simmons, Daphne; Houston Simpson, Carla, Bonham Sims, Brenda; Nacogdoches Sims,James; Friona Sjerven, Dennis; Tyler Sjoblom, Carolyn, Longview Skidmore, Linda; Houston Smith, Carol; Richardson Smith, Charles, Dallas Smith, Christy; Nacogdoches Smith, Clark; Nacogdoches Smith, David; Fort Worth Smith, Denise; Poolville Smith, Harold; Henderson Smith, Leona; Friendswood Smith, Lonnie; Tyler Smith, Mark, Lone Star Smith, Marlena; Jacksonville Smith, Mary; Beckville Smith, Mike; Jacksonville Smith, Patricia, Seabrook Smith, Rilda; Houston Smith, Robert, Henderson Smith, Ross; Houston Smith, Sue; Gilmer Smith, Susan; Houston Smithhart, Nancy; Nacogdoches Snell, Kay; Livingston mm... w 1 " j 1 , i I [ mm 364 — Juniors Soapc, Jan; Carthage Soape, Jerry; Carthage Sobey, Scott; Longview Solomon. Donna; Nacogdoches Sones, Rayanne; Houston Sorsby, Larry; Houston Sowders, Del; Fort Worth Specht, Tom; Houston Spencer, Diana; Houston Spetter, Dan, Dallas Spriggs, Becky, Hurst Sprott, Rickie; Bandera Squyres, Andrew; Lufkin Stacey, James; Dallas Stamps, Julie; Richardson Stanton, Mary; Vidor Starkey, Teri; Bay town Steed, George, Kennard Steel, John, Palestine Stelly, Aubrey; League City Stephens, Rusty; Fort Worth Stepp, Kyra; Deer Park Stevens, Marsha; Nacogdoches Stevenson, Marvin, Houston Stevenson, Michael; Timpson Stevenson, Teresa; LaMarque Stewart, James; Nacogdoches Stewart, Michael; Houston Stickley, Tim; Nacogdoches Storrs, Kathleen; New Caney Stotts, Stacey, Mesquite Stouffer, Jim; Fort Worth Stover, Lorenz; Athens Stowers, Bubba; Nacogdoches Straubing, Rhonda; Dallas Streeter, Jeffrey; Nacogdoches Strickland, Sharon; Houston Strisko, Andrew; Lufkin Stuckey, Earl; Lufkin Studer.Joe; Aledo Srurm, Brookshire Sullivan, Edgar; Kilgore Sullivan, Melonie; Lawrence, KA Sullivan, Tom, Corpus Christi Sullivan, Warren; Anahuac Swanson, Richard; Houston Sweat, Sherrie; Nacogdoches Symon, Julia, Alvin Juniors — 365 Taami-ala, Parviz; Tehran, Iran Tart, Jacklyn; Trinidad Tarver, Richard; Nacogdoches Tasker, Rodney, Dickinson Tatarko, John; Fort Worth Tatom, Sharon; Garland Taylor, Charles; Longview Taylor, James, Marshall Taylor, Judith; Deer Park Taylor, Kim; Houston Taylor, Max, Palestine Teer, Marjorie; Lufkin Terry, Kenneth, Henderson Terry, Sherry; Lufkin Thames, Marilyn, Carthage Thomas, Booker, Nacogdoches Thomas, Cynthia; Dallas Thomas, Sam; Longview Thompson, Jerry; Carthage Thompson, Nancy; Temple Thornton, Charles; Vivian, LA Tillery, Celia; Tyler Tips, Karen; Pasadena Tipton, Paul, Garland Tittle, Ben; Lufkin Tompkins, Karen; Longview Tonelli, Paul; Sherman Tongate, Bob, Hurst Tooke, Nona; Texarkana Toon, Pam; Henderson Torrence, Danny; Wylie Torres, Steve; Houston Tortello, Susan; Pomona, NJ Townsend, Carol; Lufkin Townsend, Debbie; Tyler Traphagan, Jan; Houston Traylor, Sandrus; Jasper Trice, Cliff; Longview Trogdon, Vicki, Sealy Trout, Richard; Fort Worth Troy, Michael; Portland Tucker, Thomas; Dallas Turner, David; Dallas Turner.Jay; Dallas Turner, Kathryn; Seguin Turner, Kyle; Grand Prairie Ubben, Ted; Dallas Ueckert, Cheryl , Jasper 366 — Juniors L Juniors Uresti, Cynthia, Victoria Vaughan, Zane; Conroe Vaughn. Anita, Shelby vi lie Verhalen, Joe; Marshall Vetters, James; Houston Vickers, Jerry; Marshall Vickrey.Joe; Dallas Vinson, Robert; Columbus Vlk, Rita; Ennis Vollmer, Michel, Houston Wade, Kay; Houston Wade, Nancy; Killeen Wade, Susan; Arp Wade, William, Longview Walker. John; Bardwell Walker, John; Clear Lake City Walker. Marcus; Corpus Christi Walker, Margaret; Richmond Walker, Randle; Longview Wall, David; Piano Ward, Stephen; Tyler Warner, Bilhe, Friendswood Warrick, David; Pittsburg Washington, Anthony; Memphis Washington, Sebrena; Port Arthur Watson, Catherine; Trinity Watson, Dave; Beaumont Watts, Andrea; Abilene Weatherly, James; Nacogdoches Weaver, Billie; Houston Weaver, Gary; Dallas Weaver, Robert; Van Alstyne Webb, Kathy; Geneva Weed, Sherryle; Dallas Weeks, John; Tyler Weiman, Steven, Houston Weiss, Kathy; Tyler Welbourn, Valerie; Houston Welch, John, San Antonio Welch, Larry; Livingston Wells, Suzanne; Houston Wenzel, David, Friendswood Werner, Sharon; LaMarque West, Larry, Arlington Weston, Jaye, Malakoff Whealdor, Teresa; Freeport White, Cheryl; Texas City White, Joe, Athens Juniors White, Linda; Tyler Whitehead, Debra; Freeport Wiesenborn, Robin; Alvin Wiggins, James; Nacogdoches Wilcoxson, Travis; Farmersville Wiles, Lee Ann; Liberty Wilkins, Paul; Lufkin Willbern, Mike; Houston Williams, Cecilia; Nacogdoches Williams, Debbie; Angleton Williams, John; Hooks Williams, Joy; Fort Worth Williams, Kelly; Dumas Williams, Scott; Dallas Williams, Stephen; Dallas Williams, Susan; Austin Willis, Frank; Tyler Willis, Luther; LaMarque Wilson, Johnny; Nacogdoches Wilson, Larry; Carthage Windham, John; Austin Womack, Dawn; Houston Wood, Anita; Angleton Wood, Kevan; Livingston Wood, Lexa; Waxahachie Wood, Mark; Fort Worth Wood, Mark; Fort Worth Wood, Steve; Pasadena Woods, Kay; McKinney Woods, John; Carthage Woody, Steve; Fort Worth Wright, Daniel; Arlington Wuermser, Ann; Richardson Wynn.Jan; Longview Young, Buddy; Bryan Young, Delois; Rockport Zardouz, Gilda; Nacogdoches Zillmer, Victor; Nacogdoches Zindler, Mark; Houston Zwald, Kathy; Atlanta, GA 368 — Juniors Abdalla, Amy, Houston Abercrombie, Ella; Nacogdoches Abcrnethy, Sarah; Nacogdoches Acers, Lori; Dallas Adams, Al; Houston Adams, David, Richardson Adams, Karen; Richardson Adams, Kathleen; New Caney Adkison, Ronny; Garrison Akers, Rada, Spring Albert, Darrell; Bangs Albrecht, Maribeth, Houston Alcocer, Sabrina; Houston Alders, Donna; Nacogdoches Alex, Thomas; Austin Alexander, Daniel; Richardson Alexander, Dennis; Houston Alexander, Don; Sterling City Alexander, John; Dallas Alexander, Mona; Bacliff Alford, Frederick; Longview Alford, Suzanne; Richardson Algire, Dawn; Dallas Allen, Gilbert; Houston Sophomores Allen, Lesley; Shreveport Allen, Mary; Dallas Almond, Tony; Houston Almstead, Don; San Anto nio Althaus, Amy; Kyle Anaya, Susie; Sinton Anderson, Cythia, Lancaster Anderson, Michael; Texas City Andrews, Karen; Houston Andrews, Larry; San Antonio Angus, Dennis; Killeen Anthony, Donna, Irving Applewhite, Robert; Piano Armata. Maureen; Center Arnold, Sharon; Angleton Artice, Don; Dallas Ash, David; Beaumont Attaway, Laurie; Dallas Atwood, Ronald; Texas City Aucoin, Barbara; Dayton Austin, Mary; Houston Austin, Terri; Abilene Autry, Gordon; Hawaii Baca, Mike; San Antonio 370 — Sophomores Bachinskas, James; Dallas Badders.Jeff , Nacogdoches Bahn, Kathryn; Arlington Bailey, Fran; Houston Bain, Alan; Ennis Baker,Judy; Dallas Baker, Kieth; El Paso Baker, Sandra; Dallas Baldree, Chuck; Houston Baldwin, Billy; Mesquite Bales, Jeff; Richardson Balkey, Rosemarie; Dallas Banks, Katherine; Wallisville Barney, Stephen; Houston Barjhm, Mike; Honduras Barnes, Clyde; San Augustine Barnes, Debbie; Houston Barnes, Jay; Longview Barnes, Lisa; Houston Barnett, Patti; Hughes Springs Barrett, Daniel; Mt. Pleasant Barrett, Mary; Wylie Barron, Vicki; Houston Barth, Daryl; Piano Sophomores Bartholomew, Mike; Texas City Bartruff, Patti; Irving Baschnagel, Billy; Houston Batey, Marsae; Dickinson Batten, Peggy; Lufkin Baugh, Becky; Groves Beard, Joseph; Garrison Beasley, Regina; Marshall Beckham, Melanie; Houston Beckley, Patricia; Houston Bell, Tommy; Humble Bennett, Richard; Fort Worth Bennett, Stephen; Houston Benny, Gray; Fort Worth Benoit, Gary; Arlington Benson, David; Houston Beran, Paul; Houston Bergeron, Jeff ; Nacogdoches Berry, Lee Ann; Forney Bertolett, Richard; Lake Jackson Best, James; Elysian Fields Birchfield, Cynthia; Rockwall Birdwell, Robert; Universal City Bishop, Kent; Lufkin Sophomores — 371 Bishop, Kim; Longview Blackwell, Lenard, Galveston Blair, Chris; Longview Blair, Donny; Henderson Blaisdell, James; Fort Worth Blake, Roy; Nacogdoches Blakelcy, B everly, Grand Saline Blalack, James; Longview Blalock, Byron; Duncanville Blanchard, Claudia; Houston Bland, Theresa; Arlington Blasingame, Stephen; Houston Bloomfield, Cheryle; Anahuac Bohn, Kathy, DeSoto Boldt, Terri; Yorktown Boling, Ronald; San Antonio Bollier, Linda, Houston Bomke, Amy; Houston Boone, Ryan; Texas City Bordres, Sheila; Longview Boren, Angela, Garland Borski, Kenneth; Houston Bosrwick, Eileen, Dallas Bourgeois, Susan; Richardson Sophomores Bowen, Johnny; Nacogdoches Bowen, Luanne; Fort Worth Bowers, Mignon; Richmond Boyd, Karen; Dallas Boyd, Woodra; Houston Braden, Bruce; Lufkin Bradford, Barbara; Dallas Brady, Scott; Houston Bramson, Mara; Fort Worth Brannan, Cathy; Mesquite Brcault, Pam, Dallas Brehm, Donna; San Antonio Brennan, Bridget; Garland Brian, Mark; Longview Bridges. Cindy, Victoria Brigman, Stephen; Nacogdoches Brittain, Julie; Silsbee Brock, David; Dallas Broemer, Walt; Livingston Brown, Barry; Garland Brown, Cara; Houston Brown, David; Mesquite Brown, Janis, Waco Brown, Jeff, Deweyville omores Brown, Jenny; Tomball Brown, Kirn; Dallas Brown, Laurie; Houston Brown, Mary, Richardson Brown, Melanie; Fort Worth Brown, Thomas; Groesbeck Broyles, Deborah; Houston Brunson, Paula; Seabrook Bryan, Cindy; Corrigan Bryant, Debbie; Houston Bryant, Randall; Houston Buchanan, Barbara; Nacogdoches Bumpas, Steve; Fort Worth Bunch, Jodie; Kemp Bunnell, Joey, Friendswood Burda, Charles; Fort Worth Burns, Mary Ellen, Houston Burr, Nona, Nacogdoches Burrell, Sam; Jones Burrows, Chip; El Paso Busley.John; Midland Butcher, Martha; Dallas Butler, Brad; Garland Butler, Shelby; Garland Sophomores Bravo, Rebecca; Harlingen Bynum, Gary; Lufkin Byrd, James; Gladewater Cain, Angela; Pasadena Caldwell, Charles; Nacogdoches Caldwell, Larry; Pearland Calvin, Cathy; Lake Jackson Cambell, Alan, Houston Campbell, Chandra; Houston Campbell, Diana; Lufkin Campbell, Nicky; Texarkana Campos, Olga; Houston Cant, Steven ; Houston Caples, Jimmy, Lufkin Cardenas, Rita; Houston Cardiff, Terry; Kary Carlson, Kim; Decatur Carlson, Tommy; Houston Carlton, Renee; Lufkin Carpenter, Stan; Shreveport, LA Carr, Larry ; Oakwood Carroll, Deborah; Magnolia Carroll, John; Palestine Carter, Mavis; Shelbyville Sophomores — 373 Carrwright, John; San Augustine Cashrez, Mary; Cleveland Casey, Debbie; Fort Worth Caton, Kim; Longview Catt, Debbie; Tyler Cecil, Anthony; Mt. Pleasant Chadwick, Mike; Fort Worth Chance, Rich, Houston Chapman, Michael ; Sealy Chapman, Phyllis, Tyler Chappuis, Mary; Houston Chase, Wendy; Richardson Chesnut, Gary, Alice Chetelat, John; Piano Choate, Mark; Nacogdoches Christian, James; Texas City Church, Peggy; San Antonio CI ague, John; Troup Clark, George; Nacogdoches Clark, Robert; Houston Clark, Ronny; Fort Worth Clark, Sonya; Dallas Clark, William; Houston Clayton, Robert, Scotland Cleaver, Patricia; Groveton Clegg, Bruce; Kary Clemenson, Micheal, San Antonio Clements, Pat; Fort Worth Clifton, Ken; Nacogdoches Clifton, Sandy; Nacogdoches Clinard, Deborah; Royse City Cline, Charles, Waskom Cobb, Sandra, Dallas Cochran, Jenny Lou; Rayville, LA Cochran, Terry; La Porte Cockrell, Karen, Lufkin Coffman, Kerry; Galena Park Colby, Shelly; Conroe Coleman, Courtney; Corpus Christi Coleman, Curtis; Fort Worth Coleman, Lynn; Lake Jackson Coleman. Ronald; Center Collard, Michael; Ennis Colley, Karen; Lake Jackson Collins, Debbie; Gilmer Collins, Laura, Dallas Conlcy, Nolan; Wixxlville Conover, Ronnie; Grand Prairie 374 — Sophomores 1 ft 111 4 Conrad, William; Midland Cook, Frances; Groveton Cook, Kathleen; Dallas Cooper, Camille; Houston Cooper, Cristy; Fort Worth Cooper, L V ; Burleson Cooper, Rhonda; Colleyville Coriden, Ann, Little Rock, AR Corhle, Deborah; Rusk Cotton, Elizabeth; West Columbia Cottrell, Douglas, Nacogdoches Coulter, Janice, Dallas Courtenay, John; Lufkin Coussons, Beth; Magnolia Covin, Larilee; Nacogdoches Covington, Robert; Joaquin Cragar, Vicki ; Tyler Cramm, Kevin, Lakejackson Crawford, Darwin; Tyler Crawford, Mark; Houston Crawford, Thomas; Spring Creamer, Casey; San Antonio Creasey, Howard; Temple Cromer, Becki; Mt. Pleasant Sophomores Cropp, Edward, Dallas Culpepper, Donald; Mt. Pleasant Cummins, Mike; Dallas Cunningham, Larry; Marshall Currin, Bruce; Kilgore Custer, Risa; Mauriceville Cutshaw, Bonnie, Grapeland Czerewaty, Liz; Houston Dacus, David; Houston Dady, Curtis; Houston Dailey, John; Garland Dales, Jennifer; Arlington Daniel, Dale, Houston Daniel, Elisa; Longview Daniels, Rick; Houston Danks, Shirley; Lufkin Dannheim, Mike; Houston Darrow, Gary; Dallas Daughetee, Carol; Arlington Davies, Kay; Conroe Davis, Fred, Houston Davis, Gary; Cushing Davis, John, Nacogdoches Davis, Karen, Henderson Sophomores — 375 Davis. Kathy; Nacogdoches Davis. Margaret; Dayton Davis, Martha, Dallas Davis, Tonja, Round Rock Day, Lila; Houston Deatherage, Julie; Houston Deckard, Edward; Mesquite Decuir. Joseph; Lufkin Deike, Dale, Perryton Delgado, Pedro; Venezuela Delrie, Renae; Tyler DeLuca, Louis, La Porte Dempsey, Susan; Houston Denman, Henry; Nacogdoches Denniston, George; Irving DeVoll, Bob; Richardson Dewel, Ed, Houston Dickson, Debra, Dallas Dickson, Marcy; Garland Dietz, Don; Nacogdoches Dillow, David; Houston Dimare, Vicki; Galveston Dinell, Kristine, Houston Doan, Ernest; Keatchie Sophomores Dobbs, Jan ; Nacogdoches Dobes, Alisa; Houston Dobie, Diane; Port Lavaca Dodson, Steve; Clarksville Dokken, John; Nacogdoches Dolan, Michael, Houston Dollar, Doug; Fort Worth Dominy, Michael; Livingston Donaloo, Mike; Lascaster Dooley, Sandra; Dallas Doss, Dave; Dallas Doss, Terry; Fort Worth Dossett, Pat; Nacogdoches Doucet, Theodule; Sugarland Douglas, Mary Jane; Canton Dowdcn, Marlin; Houston Doyle, Rosanne; San Antonio Dozier, Faye, Ennis Drake, Christy, Dallas Drewctt, John; Fort Worth Driscoll, Elizabeth; Dallas Dubbcrly. Carol; Nacogdoches Dublin, Ron; Piano Duhon. Mike, Orange omores Duke, Jerry; Lufkin Dukes, Doug, Houston Dulweber, Susan; Longview Duncan, James, Graham Dunn, Brenda; Lamar, OK Dunn, Elizabeth; Nacogdoches Dunton, Ray; Nacogdoches Dye, Fulton, Irving Dyer, Christine; Dallas Eagleton, Walter, Cleveland Eanes, Marilyn; Corpus Christi Earle, Cynthia; Dallas Early, Leslie, Jasper Ebarb, William, Elysian Fields Eckhart, Lyla; San Antonio Eckols, Tim, Houston Edwards, Steve; Leander Edwards, Vanda, Texas City Eller, Tom; Dallas Elwell, Chuck, San Antonio England, Tina, Houston Ervin, Lawrence; Texas City Espensen, Ken; McAllen Eubanks, Ron, Dallas Evans, Dale, Fort Worth Evans, Jamse, Denton Evans, Janie; Nacogdoches Evins, Larry; Corpus Christi Fair, Robert; Tyler Farley, Ralph; Henderson Farrand, David; Dallas Faviell, Carol; Lufkin Featherstone, Eddy; Universal City Fee, Arthur, Galveston Fehrle, Mike; Houston Ferguson, Gary, Fort Worth Ferrell, John; Garland Ferrell, Pam; Garland Fields, Jeff; Fort Worth Fields, Kathryn; Dickinson Fields, Mel, Houston Fields, Patty; Houston Fine, Tom, San Antonio Fink, Debbie; Arlington Fish, Curtis; Dallas Fisher, Darrell; Fort Worth Fisher, Melanie, Houston Fisher, Tim; Lufkin Sophomores — 377 Fitch, Cynthia; Eulcss Fite, George; Hughes Springs Fitts, Nelda; Rusk Fitts, Sherri; Emory Flahauen, Angela, Houston Flanagan, David; Dallas Fleming, Donna; Dallas Floyd, Cynthia, Irving Flugel, Paul; Austin Folse, Kim; Port Neches Forbes, Kris; Decatur Ford, Jan ; Orange Forgey, Mary Lee, Dallas Forrest, Richard; Nacogdoches Fossier, James; Piano Foster, Janie; Dallas Foster, Robbie; Longview Foster, Susan, Austin Fowler, Hugh; Van Fowler, Michael; Dallas Frank, Marilyn; Spring Frazier, Kim; Longview Freeman, Kurt; Dallas Freeman, Lou; Daingerfield Sophomores Frey, Howard; Port Neches Friedel, Cherie; Waco Frisby, Chris; McAllen Fuller, Patricia, Pineland Fullick, Tommy; Houston Fullwood, Nancy; Fort Worth Gable, Clayton; Joshua Gammage, Suzanne; Houston Gandy, Scott, Hemphill Gann, Cathy, Gainesville Garner, Patricia, Tatum Gamier, Donna; Houston Gaskins, Reginald, San Antonio Gay, Richard; Nacogdoches German, Jim; Concord, CA George, Allen; Marshall George, James; Dallas George, Sharon; Houston Georgeson, Jackie; Dallas Gibbons, Gail; Dallas Gibson, Richard, Lufkin Gideons, Ginger; Alvin Gill, Connie; Houston Giovanning, Tom; Houston omores Givens, Thomas; Hunt Gladwish, Daniel; Beaumont Glady, Burdeft, Fort Worth Glanton, Georgianna; Stafford Godleslci, Gail; Lake Jackson Gcxfwin, Mark, Marshall Goetschius, Cheryl, Beaumont Goff, Karin; Lafayette, LA Goforth, Edward, Victoria Gonzales, Benjamin, Galveston Goode, Denis; Waelder Goode, Terry; Bronson Goodwin, Gary; Ennis Goodwin, Kim; Fort Worth Goodwin, Linda; Orange Gore, Steve; Texas City Gorka, Lea; Richmond Gorman, Larry; Houston Goudeau, Pamela; Humble Graham, James; Fort Worth Gravelle. Kathy; Houston Graves, Bobby; Garland Graves, Gwen; Hurst Gray, Kathy; Tatum Gray, Mary; Mt Allen Green, Carol, Houston Green, Cynthia; Dallas Green, Doris; Richardson Green, Maury; Dallas Green, Rita; Taft Greene, Cindy; Nacogdoches Greeney, Debra; Tyler Gregg, William; Dallas Gregory, Betty; Irving Gregory, Louis; Dallas Gribble, Kay; Dallas Griffin, Nancy; Elgin Gngar, Rudy; Pearland Grimes, David; Nacogdoches Grimley, John; Dallas Grimm, Arthur; Fort Worth Grimm, Don; Houston Grisham, Glenda, Marietta Grissom, Karen; Pasadena Groth, Glynda, Duncanvillc Gude. David; Fort Worth Guice, Lillian; Lufkin Guinn, Cynthia; Jacksonville Sophomores — 379 Guinn, Gary; Jackson vrtte Gurley, Kent, Fort Worth Gina, Haacke; La Porte Hager, Phillis; Jasper Haggard, Kent; Irving Haines, Catherine; San Antonio Haines, Joni, Houston Haley, Kenneth, Houston Haley, Victor; San Augustine Halfpenny, Lisa, Piano Hall, Barbara; Sherman Hall, Danny; La Marque Hamberger, Karen; Irving Hamilton, Laurie; Houston Hammons, Howard; Houston Hannan, Daniel, Houston Harden, Dennis; Queen City Hargraves, Sharon; Kountze Harkins, Gary; West Harnden, Joni, Richardson Harvey, Yvette; Houston Harper, Glenn, Stafford Harper, La Myrle; Lufkin Harrell, Eugene; Galveston Sophomores Harrington, Gail, Houston Harris, James, Liberty Harris, Jerry; Irving Harris, Julie; Dallas Harris, Rebecca; Bullard Harris, Rene; Dallas Harrison, Jacqueline; Dallas Harrivel, Lanell; Houston Hart, John, League City Hartley, Linda; Palestine Harvey, Darrell, Duncanville Harvey, Mary, Overton Hattermann, Paul; Columbus Havard, Henry; Lufkin Hayden, Tim; Fort Worth Hayes, Allen; La Porte Hayward, Debbie, Richardson Haywood, Pruitt; Dayton Hazzard, Mike, Mineola Heard, Debra; Lancaster Heard, Judy; Canton Hearn, Phil; Texarkana Hebert, Kathy; Houston Heckler, Lawrence; Livingston 380 — Sophomores Heim, Jackie; Marshall Henderson, Clay; Lake Jackson Hendricks, Jan; Lufkin Hendricks, Ralph, Lufkin Hengst, Deborah, Houston Hennier, Jef f ; Nacogdoches Hensarling, Lavonna; San Augustine Hensley, Julianne, Houston Hesseltine, Mark; Greenville Hickerson, John ; Jef f erson Hicks, Mary; Richardson Hightower, Elton; San Augustine Hightower, Randall; Conroe Hill, Carol; Bridge City Hill, Linda; Houston Hines, Beverly; Houston Hinson, Brenda; Lovelady Hirsch, Kathy; Tomball Hitt, Susan; Sherman Hiett, Julia, Arlington Hodges, Marcella; Fort Worth Hoefling, Pam; Houston Holland, Glenn; Houston Holland, James; Linden Hollis, April, Magnolia Holsomback, Cynthia; Lufkin Hopkins, Geri; Houston Hood, Don, Boerne Hood, Robert; Fort Worth Hook. James; Vernon Hornsby, Paula; Galveston Horton, David, Houston House, Lawrence; Austin Howard, David; Nacogdoches Howard, Paul; Houston Howard, Steve; Lancaster Howe, Connie; Waco Howell, Rebecca; Nacogdoches Huddleston, James; Palestine Huddleston, Joe; Amarillo Huddlestor, Phyllis, Nacogdoches Hudson, Cynthia; Greenville Hudson, Paula; Houston Hudson, Vicki; Dallas Huffman, Michael; Fort Worth Huggins, Clarence; Lufkin Huggins, Teresa; Houston Hughes, James; Fort Worth . A I , Sophomores — 381 Hughes, Karen; Houston Hughes, Margaret; Fort Worth Hughes, Ronald; Ashford Hughes, Stan, Kaufman Hughey, Larry; Dallas Humphreys, Kay, Abilene Honeycutt, Steven, Dallas Hunt, Sheila, Brookeland Hurst, Susan; Houston Hurt, Darrel; Tyler Hutton, Richard; Eunice, NM Hyatt, Susan, Dallas Ingram, James; Tyler Ingram, Jim; Texas City Irwin, Jetti, Henderson Isbell, Mark; Fort Worth Isbell, Russell, Mesquite I senblitter, Jackie; Nacogdoches Ishee, Nada, Houston Israel, Nancy; Richardson Izquierdo, Georgina, Corpus Christi Jacks, Kevin; I.ufkin Jackson, Andy; Houst on Jackson, Jane; Tyler Jackson, Maria; Canton Jagoe, Paul ; El Paso Janin, William, Dallas Jeffress, Charles; Friendswood Jennings, Betty; Greenville Jennings, Vickie; Beaumont Johanson, Keith, Alice Johnson, Celeste; NewCaney Johnson, Cynthia; San Antonio Johnson, Katherine; Pasadena Johnson, Jerilyn; Garland Johnson, Sheila; Nacogdoches Johnston, Steve; Dumas Jolibois, Keith; La Porte Jolly, David; Nederland Jones, Ava, Dallas Jones, Carla, Arlington Jones, David, Monahans Jones, David; Nacogdoches Jones, Ginny; Kaufman Jones, Kerry; Fort Worth Jones, Mary; Livingston Jones, Mclinda, Nacogdoches Jones, Patricia; Houston Sophomores 382 — Sophomores Jones, Ray; Ennis Jones, Scott; Dallas Jonte, Carol; Houston Jordan, Marilyn, Dallas Joyner, Joseph; Texas City Kalina, Robert; Euless Karrenbrock, Analee; Wichita Falls Raster, Michael; Irving Kearney, Mike, Texarkana Kee, Curt; Bedford Kee, Sandy; Dallas Keller, Kent, Fritch Kelsey, Colinda; Nacogdoches Kendrick, Anthony; Lufkin Kendrick, Bill; Houston Kennedy, Deborah, Richardson Kennedy, Stanley; Stockdale Kennedy, Susan; Arlington Kennedy, Wayne; Austin Kerr, Kathy; Houston Kesinger, Carolyn; Lufkin Kessler, Patty; Mesquite Ketcham, Sandy; Katy Kiely, Donna; Round Rock Kilpatrick, George; Dallas Kensenger, Kimberly; Houston King, Bob; Dallas King, Danny, Dallas King, Forrest; Timpson Kingden, Kevin; Amarillo Kirkland, James; Nacogdoches Kite, Alan; Orange Kitts, Billy; Dallas Kline, Nancy; Houston Klein, Peggy; Bridge City Knapp, Leland; Beaumont Knight, Thomas; Franklin Knotts, Sandra, Houston Knox, David; San Antonio Koch, Brad; San Antonio Kolb, David; Sherman Koonce, Richard; Mesquite Kramer, En wood; Nacogdoches Kraye, Karla; Houston Krieg, Sandy; Bcllaire Kruckemeyer, Karen. San Antonio Krueger, Helen; San Antonio Krueger. Valerie; Canal Zone Sophomores — 383 Kubala, Cyndy; Ennis Kunkel, Kara; Dallas La Comb, Jimmy; Bridge City Ladd, David; Bellairc Lake, Vicki; Richardson Lamb, Paul, Garland Laminack, Ann; Beaumont Land, Margaret; Dallas Lane, David; Nederland Laney, Teresa; Houston Lange, Linda; Houston Lanning, Walker; Friendswood La Rue, Cindy; Marshall Latham, Laura; Dallas Lawson, Ira III; Corpus Christi Lay, Wayne; Houston Lee, Carol; Lufkin Lee, Thomas; Houston Leeds, Sherrie; Dallas Lelko, Yvonne; Piano Leonard, Connie; Houston Lewis, Kathy; Garrison Lewis, Larry; Fort Worth Lewis, Ronald, Dallas Libby, Judy; Beaumont Lichtenwald, Melinda; Dallas Ligons, Debra; Dayton Lincecum, John; Fort Worth Lindbeck, Darcy; Dallas Lindekugel, Karl, San Antonio Linden, Anthony; Grand Prairie Lindsay, Dallas; Irving Lindsey, Lori, Mesquite Liebrum, Patricia; Nacogdoches Ling, Bridget; Houston Little, Ivor; Lufkin Little, Marti; Mesquite Littman, Christine; Richardson Lloyd, Cynthia; Houston LoCascio, Lana; Marshall Locke, Lisa; San Antonio Lodge, Tom; Houston Loerwald, Davie; Hereford Loftin, Chris; Richardson Logan, Elizabeth; Garland Logee, Richard; Paris Longoria, David; Houston Loranc, Edie; Corpus Christi 384 — Sophomores Loter, Michael, Fort Worth Lott. Kathy; Bartow, FL Love, Dennis; Pasadena Lucky, Lauren; Dallas Lundblad, Jeffrey; Houston Lutz, Robin; Houston Lyons, Richard Jr. ; Jasper Mackey, Phyllis; Arlington Madden, Beth; Conroe Mager, Mary Lou; Houston Mahaffey, Jacquelyn; Brazoria Mahler, Nancy, Albany, OR Mahon, Michelle, Dallas Maines, Randall; Longview Maiors, James; Hurst Majors. Jennifer; Houston Malloy, Donna; Galveston Malone, Paul, Tyler Mankm, Rhonda; Angleton Manning, Donna; Pasadena Manns, Johnny; Longview Manry, David, Dallas Manuel, Marcelle; Beaumont Maples, Nancy; Fort Worth Marshall, Cheryl; Richardson Martin, Cheryl; Tyler Martin, Gloria; San Augustine Martin, Kim; Denton Martinez, Jimmy; Houston Marti no, Jerry; Pearland Martinsen, Patricia; Dallas Marvel, Lance; Wichita Falls Mathis, Lenn; Arlington Matthews, J ames; San Antonio Matthews, Terry; Marshall Maurer, Steve; Houston Maxey, Diann; Lufkin May, Larry; San Antonio May, Michael; Waco Mayne, Stephen; Richmond McAlpine, Keith; Dumas McCaw, Melinda; Nacogdoches McCoury, Lavada; San Saba McCrady, Mike; Arlington McCrary, Bruce; Garland McCuller, Karen; Alvin McCulley, Nancy; Houston McCullough, Daphne; Houston Sophomores — 385 McDaniel, Bill; Houston McDaniel, Patrick; Sebeka, MN McDonald, Joseph; Nacogdoches McGinnis, Kenneth, Friendswood McGuigan, John, Houston Mclntire, John; Richardson McKnight, Mary; Dallas McManus, Randall; Nacogdoches McMichael, Manlee; Dallas McMillan. David; Bonham McMullen, Diane; Houston McMurrey, Jim; Houston McMurry, Diane; Victoria McNeely, Robert; Dallas McNeill, Chris; Bryan McPherson, Stephen, Dallas Meares, Connie; Piano Meehan, Mike; Temple Meeks, Margaret; Dallas Meilert, Denise; Houston Meisenheimer, David; Jefferson Meisetschlager, Donna, Hitchcock Meissner, Ixigh; Houston Melton, Mark, Kilgore Sophomores Messer, Doug; Houston Metcalf, Carol; Houston Meyer, Kim, Port Lavaca Meyer, Mary; Houston Midkiff, Bob, Tyler Midkiff, Molly, Houston Millar, Glenn; Houston Millar, Serena; Freeport Miller, Dawn; Lxmgview Miller, Glen; Dallas Miller, Linda; Richardson Miller, Seth; Richardson Milligan, Mary, Houston Milner, Beverly; Alto Mims, Kenny; Dallas Minton, Garry; Troup Miser, Lynn; Conroe Miskulin, Joe; Dallas Mitchell, Billy; Austin Mitchell, Jim; Piano Moad, Martin, Fort Worth Modisette, Susan; Lufkin Moffitt, Judith; Amarillo Monicr, Rosanne; Dallas Bg - n « aft I _ iff Monk, Kameron; Palestine Montgomery, David, Houston Mooney,Jan; Nacogdoches Moon, Jeff , Con roe Moore, Allan, Greenwood, SC Moore, Debra; Waco Moore, Douglas; Irving Moore.Jane; Dallas Moore, Joseph , Del Valle Moore, Mark; Piano Moore, Mark; Waco Moore, Martha; Marshall Moore, Martin, Jr. , Fort Worth Moore, Mary; Tyler Moore, Melanie, Hawkins Moore, Tommy; Nacogdoches Moran, Sherry, Fort Worth Morgan, Debora; Marshall Morgan, Pamela; Dallas Morris, Charles; Forest Morris, Kay, Dallas Morrison, James; Ennis Morrison, Susann; Sewickley, PA Morrow, Robert; Lubbock Morton, Doug; Dumas Morton, Michael; Gladewater Moseley, Cheri; San Antonio Moser, Pam; Cleburne Moss, Teresa, Jasper Mullenix, Mitchell; Dallas Mullikin, Hunter; White Oak Mullikin, Sara; Houston Murdock, Debra; Nacogdoches Murdock, Marvin, Houston Nabors, Kathy; Andrews Namy, Barbara; Dallas Neal, Colleen; Houston Neal, Susan, Marshall Neese, Gene; Corpus Christi Neiman, Don, Humble Nekuza, Lorraine, Ennis Nelda, Thompson; Huxley Nelson, June; Nacogdoches Nelson, Steve; Farmers Branch Neuman, Lyndajo, Dallas Nevins, Coleen; Sioux City, IA Newman, Mark, Friendswood Newsome, Sandy, Dallas Sophomores — 387 Nicholas, Sherri; Lufkin Nichols, Jeri; Pearland Nichols, Tony; Eagletown, OK Nichols, William; Midland Nieto, Eddie, Rockdale Nisbet, James; Houston Nitz, Paul; Houston Nix, Preston; Waco Noble, Debra; Mesquite Nobles, Sarah; Beaumont Northcott, Jim; Fort Worth Novelli, Ross Jr. ; Galveston O ' Bryan, Grace; Livingston Ochs, Dennis; Dallas O ' Dell, Timothy; Marshall Offield, Melanie; Houston Oglesby, Karen; Comanche O ' Hara, Quay; Dallas Okeeffe, Dennis; Houston Oldham, Jean; Mabank Olive, Don; Vernon Oliver, Ricky; Livingston O ' Neal, Kenneth; Houston Opperman, Jeff ; Fort Worth Sophomores Osenbaugh, Joe; San Antonio Ott, Gary; Livingston Overly, Kay; Houston Page, Vickie; Marshall Palmarozzi, Susan; Groves Palmer.Jane; Piano Palmer, Marc; Marshall Pardue, Larry; Irving Park, Douglas; Dallas Parker, Brent; Lufkin Parker, Frank; Center Parker, Keith; Hufsmith Parker, Perri ; Carthage Parkinson, Virginia; Lakejackson Parks, Marian; Tyler Paro, Denise; Tyler Parr, Bill; Diboll Partin, Beverly; Nacogdoches Pate, Ginger; Covington Patin, Kathy; Lufkin Patrick, Rhenda; Seabrook Paul, Pam; Wichita Falls Payne, Neill; Houston Payne, Sharon, Houston 388 — Sophomores Pearson, Patricia; San Antonio Peebles, Meredith; Livingston Peevey, Gail ; Corpus Christi Pennington, Larry, Carthage Pepper, Susan; Houston Perdue, Carol, Marshall Perkins, Kelley; Dallas Perry, Lester; Houston Peters, Karen; Arlington Peterson, Judy; Houston Peterson, Nancy; Houston Petrak, Helen; Dallas Pettey, Randy; Longview Pettigren, Timothy, Kaufman Pevrifoy, Gary, Houston Phillips, Judi; Houston Phillips, Kristina; Dallas Phillips, Melanie; Henderson Phillips, Randall; Randolph Philps, Randy; Center Pickens, Bobb; Carrollton Pickens, Janet; Carrollton Pickett, Steve; Tyler Pillsbury, William; Dallas Sophomores Pinch, Clayton Pinner, Berry; Lufkin Pitman, Julie; Waco Pittman, Richard; Victoria Piatt, Alan; Houston Piatt, Joni; Dallas Piatt, Melia; Palestine Pleasant, Dawn; Nacogdoches Poe, Donald; Nacogdoches Polk, Susan; Nacogdoches Poole, Gary; Hughes Spring Popek, David; San Antonio Porras, Jerry; Watauga Porter, Mark, Spring Portwood, John; Tyler Potter, Helen, Houston Potwin, Paul, Dallas Powell, Jane; Simonton Prachyl, Cindy; Ennis Prehn, Mark; Vernon Prentice, Kevin; Dallas Presnall, Scott; Lufkin Presson, Danny; Longview Price, Teresa; Houston Sophomores — 389 Prim, Michael; Houston Prindle, Evelyn; Lake Jackson Procella, Michael ; Orange Pulley, Russell; Tyler Pursley, Sherry; Houston Pyryt, Donna; Dallas Queen, Laura; Nacogdoches Quinn, Donna; Longview Quisenberry, Dean; Fort Worth Rainwater, Rick; Hughes Springs Ralson, Connie; Livingston Ralston, Rolinda; Carrollton Ramsey, Mark; Vernon Randolph, Scott; Mission Rasberry, Robert; Freeport Rattan, Cynthia; Denton Rawlinson, Chip; Lancaster Ray, Patricia; Cleveland Ray, Terry; San Antonio Rech, Mark; San Antonio Rector, Regiwald; Nacogdoches Redding, Kathy; Marshall Reed, James; Sanger Reese, Randy; Houston Sophomores Reeves, Richard; Marshall Reich, Vicki; Dallas Reid, Dorette; Irving Reid, Leslie; Nacogdoches Reierson, Amanda; Athens Reily, Barbara; Dallas Reiter, Margaret; Dayton Renneker, Fred; Garland Renshaw, Cathy; Piano Reynolds, Debbie; Cleburne Rhodes, Rhonda; Clarksville Rice, Anne; Dallas Rice, Bobby; Diboll Rice, Kathleen; Spring Richards, Don; Port Arthur Richards, Donna; Orange Richards, Lana; Gladewater Richardson, Keith; Galveston Richardson, Teresa; Fort Worth Richardson, Todd; Houston Richey.John; Galena Park Richey, Kelly; Tyler Rico, David; Colombia Ridings, Susan; Rockwall 390 — Sophomores Riedl, Lisa; Killeen Riley, Kerry; La Porte Riley, Patsie; Houston Ritterhouse, Sherry; Houston Roach, Doug; Longview Roarlc,Joe; Temple Roberson, James; Dallas Roberson, Steve; Lufkin Roberson, Patricia, Nacogdoches Roberts, Linda; Fort Worth Robertson, Amy; Center Robertson, Beverly; Pittsburg Robertson, David; Dumas Robertson, Shawn; Spring Robertson, Sulynne; Wylie Robertson, Susie; Lufkin Robinson, Kevin; Dallas Robinson, Mark; Groves Roche, Mark ; La Marque Roden, Andy; Arlington Roe, Steve; Dallas Rogers, Douglas; Fort Worth Rogers, Steve; Houston Ronnie, Ramsey; Tenaha Sophomores Root, Tamesha; Lufkin Roper, Karen; Houston Rose, Garcia; Palestine Rose, Karen; Silsbee Rosenbaum, Donna; Rosenburg Ross, Susan; Dallas Rossow, Michael; Conroe Roush, Coralee; Bedford Rozell, Dan; Liberty Ruhl, Tina; Ennis Ruddick, Janet; Freeport Ruminer, Lynn; Seabrook Runyon, Bill; Houston Rush, Carol; Irving Rushing, Nicky; Center Rushing, Rodney; Nacogdoches Russell, James; Freeport Russell, Karen; Houston Russel, Randall; Pittsburg Rust, Debra; Dallas Rustin, James; Huntsville Rutherford, Jack; Fort Worth Rvdd, Sam; Dallas Rymiller, Garrick; Houston Sophomores — 391 Sadler, Liz; Abilene Sanders, Robin; Mt. Pleasant Sanford, Larry; Kennedale Sanford, Jan; Carthage Saleh, Penny; Euless Sallis, Jewel; Webster Salter, Carolyn, Longview Sams, Robert; Houston Sargent, Cathi; San Antonio; Sartin, E. D. Jr.; Fort Worth Saterbak, Steve; Houston Saunders, Paul; Dallas Saxton, Kathy; Diboll Scaggs.Jim; Piano Schoendorf, Dottie; Piano Schmalhausen, Jodee; Houston Schmidt, Harold; Houston Schmidt, Warren; Houston Scholtz, Larry; Austin Schulte, Steve; Houston Schweppe, Mona; Houston Scoggins, Jana; Harlingen Scott, Lisa; Fort Worth Scott, Richard ; Pasadena Scribner, Shirley; Porter Sease, Bob; Dallas Seelbach, Charles; Garland Sensabaugh, Susan; McLean, VA Sepulva, Joseph; Lufkin Setterbo, Don; Rockport Settle, Robert, Lone Star Shapiro, Debbie; Houston Sharp, Lisa; Schertz Sharp, Ronald; Nacogdoches Shaver, Shari; Fairfield Shealy, Nancy; Seabrook Sheets, Brent; Smithfield Sheets, Roberta; Dallas Sheffield, Allen; Brownwood Sheffield, William; Irving Shelley, Debbie; Dallas Shelton, Robert; Dallas Shepherd, Don ; Texas City Shepherd, Sheron; Fort Worth Sheppard, Phillip; El Paso Sherrill, Dwight; Houston Shirley, Leigh; Houston Shult, Jerry; Sugar Land 392 — Sophomores Shultz, Carol; Irving Shupp, Tracey; Beaumont Shuttlesworth, Steve; Carthage Shytles, Don; Sherman Sierra, Jimmy; Honduras Sigler, Steve; Longview Simmermann, Emmett; Longview Simmons, Kathleen, Cypress Simmons, Renea, San Antonio Simpson, David; Amarillo Simpson, Klay; Dickinson Sims, Stephen; Nacogdoches Sinclair, James; Longview Singletory, Richard; Alto Skillern, Rick; Silsbee Slack, Fran; Athens Smith, Bill; Dallas Smith, Cindy; Hemphill Smith, Carryl; Jacksonville Smith, David; Texas City Smith, David; Dallas Smith, Darrell; Houston Smith, Debbie; Friendswood Smith, Deider, Terrell Sophomores Smith, Fran; Fort Worth Smith, Gan Lynn; Groves Smith, Jackie; Jacksonville Smith, John; Houston Smith, Johnny; Lufkin Smith, Karon; Houston Smith, Linda; Houston Smith, Nena; Nacogdoches Smith, Richard, Harlingen Smith, Terry; Dallas Smart, Oliver; Liberty Snow, Ken; Irving Snowden, John; Sweeny Sodeman, Barbara, Richardson Southerland, Danny; Dallas Sparks, Andi; Dallas Spradlin, Lewis; Tyler Spraque, William; Bellaire Spears, Terry ; Vernon Springer, Lisa; Spring Springfield, Janet; Houston Sprinkel, Sharon; Dallas Sqvier, John; Carrollton Stacy, Sledge; Conroe Sophomores — 393 Stafford, Guy; Texas City Stanford, Mark; Pasadena Stanley, James; Longview Steele, Sherilyn; Houston Steely, Clay; Dallas Steigerwald, Walter; Houston Stein, Jay, San Antonio Stephanie, Smith; Port Arthur Stevenson, William; Dallas Stewart, Lucy; Richardson Stewart, Marsha; Waco Still, Jim; Nacogdoches Stoclcdale, Richard ; Jasper Stockson, Douglas; Harlingen Stockton, Mark; Hurst Stone, Richard; Houston Storrs, Ramona ; New Caney Strack, James; Fort Worth Strickland, Jan; Van Alstyne Stringer, Suzanne; Carthage Stripling, Jeanerta; Lufkin Strom, Michael ; El Paso Stroud, Fred; Fairfield Stubblefield, Donna; Houston Sophomores Srubbs, Eva; Corsicana Stutts, Brenda; Jacksonville Stutts, Debbie; Dallas Suggs, Rick; Humble Sullivan, Bethany; Fort Worth Summy, Cynthia; Nacogdoches Sumrall, James; Irving Surface, Molly; Atlanta Swadek, Kathleen; Dallas Swain, Catherine; Dallas Swanson, Jane; Cols, OH Swendia, John; Midland Swenson, William; San Antonio Swick, Sue; Houston Swift, Clifford; Dickinson Swinford, Danny; Rusk Swink, Pattie; Jacksonville Symon, Jeffrey; Alvin Tabias, Josefina; Lufkin Tanner, Kathleen; Kennard Talafuse, Kathie; San Angelo Tappan, Mike; Denison Tate, Kerri ; Vidor Taylor, Janis; Fort Worth 394 — Sophomores Taylor, Nicky; Piano Taylor, Ray; Center Taylor, Rodney; Port Neches Taylor, Steve; Garrison Taylor, Teresa; Longview Taylor, Trent; Piano Teague,Jaia; Longview Terrell, Kim; Dallas Thayer, Kristi; Arlington Theis, Deborah, Houston Thirolf, Mark; Houston Theiss, Ruth; Houston Thomas, Debbie; Lufkin Thomas, John; Houston Thomas, Terry; Houston Thompson, Beth, Houston Thompson, Marilyn; Richardson Thompson, Terry; Friona Thompson, Tommie, Garland Tickner, Denise; Houston Tindell, Timothy, Dallas Tinney, Kathy; Dallas Tinsley, Kevin; Dallas Todd, Lowell; Shreveport Sophomores Tolleson, Tim; Houston Tonkovich, Patricia; Bridge Ciry Townsend, Craig; Houston Townsend, Ruth; Dallas Traber, Beth ; Victoria Trahan, Glynn, Spring Trawick, Andy; Dallas Treece, Carol ; Mesquite Trent, Judy; Freeport Trousdale, Janice; Richardson Turlington, Brenda; Jacksonville Twomey, Terri; Houston Unger, Linda; Houston Urban, Terry; Midland Utzman.Jan; Longview Vaculik, Michael; Sugar Land Valdivia, Tina; Houston Vance, Anne; Teague Vanderschaaf, Trix; Houston Van Hook, Sandy; San Antonio Vasterling, Eric; New Orleans, LA Vasquez, Denny, Houston Veiga, Theresa; Dallas Verdon, Barry; Amarillo Sophomores Vetters, Raymond; Houston Vines, Charles; Kirbyville Vinson, Pam; Palestine Virant, Susan, Dallas Vizena, Davey; Nacogdoches Vogelsang, Stephanie; Fort Worth Wade, Amy; Liberty Wade, James; Mercedes Wade, Lana; Angleton Waggoner, Dave, Wichita Falls Ware, Charles, Port Arthur Warfield.John; Marshall Washburn, John; Newton Washington. Larry, Dallas Walker, Ashley; Houston Walker, First; Hutchins Walker, Jeff; Dickinson Walker, Kathy; Lufkin Walker, Steve; Mineral Wells Wallace, Jaclyn, Lufkin Wallace, Patti; Alvin Waller, Patti, Houston Walling, Laura; Grapeland Waters, Wesley; College Station £i $ i Mi j| 111 Wm mm ' ft V • Mi: - N f . 1 ' l T |||gfl Sophomores Watson, Tony; Rusk Watt, Deedie; Vidor Watters, Steve; Nacogdoches Weathersby, Scott; Arlington Weaver, Ken; Childress Webb, Mark; Dallas Weber, Daniel; Pearland Webster, Phyllis; Houston Weddle, Tom ; Humble Weeks, George, Lufkin Wangartsen, Deborah; Houston Weldon, Frank; Austin Wells, Harriett; Lufkin Wells, Nellora; Garland Wert, Jeff ; Longview Wesneski, Robert; Houston Wessley, Debbie; Dallas Wcstbnxik, Sandra; Linden Wheat, David; Fort Worth Whisenant, Donna; Fort Worth White, Becky; Anahuac White, David; Houston White, James; Bay City White, Jere; Dallas 396 — Sophomores White, Larry; Texas City White, Marcus; Quitman Whitehead, Cliff; Henderson Whitehead, Reggie; Dallas Whitfill, James; Pasadena Whiting, Lisa; San Antonio Whitmer, Ted; Houston Whittmore, Sharon; Galveston Whitsett, Kevin; Odessa Whittle, Terrie; Freeport Whitton, Charlotte; Canton Whitton, Marsha; Nacogdoches Whitton, Marty; Nacogdoches Wiegand, David; Boynton Beach, FL Wiggins, David; Nacogdoches Wiggins, John; LaMarque William, Howard; San Antonio Wilborn, Susie; Houston Wilcox, Lisa; Mesquite Wiles, Russell; Liberty Wilk, Brad; Dallas Wilkins, Andy; Lufkin Williams, Ben; Garland Williams, Karen; Houston Williams, Karen; Lufkin Williams, Kimberly; Pasadena Williams, Linda; Nacogdoches Williams, Mark; Dallas Williams, Paula, Longview Williams, Phyllis; Brazoria Williams, Sherry; Fort Worth Willis, George; Pasadena Wilson, Bill; Tyler Wilson, Gaile; Humble Wilson, James; Garland Wilson, John Jr ; Houston Winder, Linda; Port Lavaca Winfield, Sharon; San Augustine Wingate, Larry; Orange Winn, Laura; Lakejackson Wimston, Dee; Lufkin Winters, Elaine; Richardson Witte, Douglas; Nacogdoches Wise, David; Fort Worth Wolfard, Steven, Carrollton Wolfe, Kathy; Dallas Wolfe, Sam; Sherman Wood, Anne, Longview Sophomores — 397 Wood, James; Weslaco Wood, Rickey; Houston Woodall, Joseph; Fort Worth Woolam, Gordon; San Benito Woodard, Kenneth; Chireno Woods, Michael; Kirbyville Wrenn, Stanley; Jefferson Wright, Robyn; Dallas Wygant, Tom; Kary Yanez, Victor; Venezuela Young, Eldon Jr. ; Corpus Christi Young, Joseph; Dallas Youngblood, Keva; San Augustine Youngblood, Regena; San Augustine Yount, Doris; Silsbee Zabojnik, Monica; Palmer Zeid, Rusty; Houston Zepezyk, Patricia; Houston Sophomores FRESHMAN OFFICERS: Britt Cox, president; Brad Steele, senator; Kathy Dietering, secretary-treasurer; Karen Walker, senator. Freshmen — 399 Aaron, Joseph, Dallas Abadie, Paul; Houston Abbott, Man, ' Anne; Portland Abbe, Pamela; Dallas Abbett, Linda; Paris Abbitt, Melanie; Deer Park Abbott, Sandra; Houston Abbott, Vicki; Houston Abernathy, Betty Ann; Pittsburg Abernethy, Jackie; Seabrook Aberncthy, Maggie; Nacogdoches Adair, Michael; Texas City Adams, Bill; Prairie Hill Adams, Ellen; Houston Adams, Kathy; Fort Worth Adams, Lori; Hurst Adams, Michael; Nacogdoches Adams, Mike; Nacogdoches Adams, Pam, Duncanville Adams, Terri; Newton Adkins, Tami; Orange Aheberry, Karen; Lancaster Aiken, Mary; Georgetown Ailes, Leslie; Dallas Ajayi, Olusegun; Nigeria Albert, Barbara; Jefferson Alberty, Don; Daingerfield Alderdice, Louann; Dallas Alexander, Anthony; San Antonio Alexander, Dennis; Waskom Alexander, Monte; Dallas Alford, Jonathan; Kountze Alford, Steve; Garland Allen, Cheryl ; Piano Allen, David; Nacogdoches Allen, Donald; Garland Allen, Denise; Houston Allen, Karen; Malakoff Allen, Linda; Crosby Allen, Mark; Midland Allen, Robert; Baytown Allensworth, Jack; Dallas Alley, Sharon; Corpus Christi Allgood, Paula; Luf kin Allnutt, David; Galveston Allred, Bobby; Seguin Amonett, Carl; Petersburg Amos, Charlie; Beaumont 400 — Freshmen — if Amos, Stanley; Timpson Amslcr, Carol; Houston Anderson, Angela; Galveston Anderson, Charles; Austin Anderson, Craig; Dallas Anderson, Farris; Lufkin Anderson, Gary; Garland Anderson, John; San Antonio Anderson, Karen; Fort Worth Anderson, Michael; Houston Anderson, Patrick; Kerrville Anderson, Scott; Houston Freshmen Andreae, Jane, Houston Andrews, Mary; Irving Andrews, Tina, Houston Anrwine, Kevin; El Paso Anweiler, Kathy; Houston Annoot, Sharon; Pasadena Apted, Susan; St. Louis, MO Arceneaux, James; Raywood Armstead, Sue; Piano Armstrong, Robert; El Paso Arnold, Elmer; Tyler Arnold, Jan; Liberty Arnold, Karen; Corpus Christi Arnold, Kevyn; Houston Arrington, Jeff ; Arlington Arrington, Joe; Garrison Arth, Lisa; London Asberry, Robbie; Dallas Ashinhurst, Janet; Grand Prairie Ashley, Laura; Victoria Ashwander, David; Garland Aughinbaugh, Amy; Fort Worth Austin, Regina; Diboll Austin, Renee; Mexia Autry, Terry; Aiea, HI Bade, Margaret; Houston Bailey, David; Nacogdoches Bailey, Nancy; Luling Bailey, Ricky; Commerce Bailey, Tricia; Mesquite Biambridge, Chris; Midland Bain, Roger; Dallas Baker, Carl ; Houston Baker, David; Garland Baker, Phyllis, Bellaire Baker, Margare t; Portland Freshmen — 401 Baker, Vicki; Spring Baldwin, William; Diboll Balfoort, Gregory; Houston Ball, Melissa; Mt. Pleasant Ballard, Bobby; Texas City Ballard, Carol; Texas City Ballard, Ellen, Quitman Bally, Janie; Texarkana Bannon, Patrick; Houston Barfield, Debbie; Cayuga Barker, Lynn; Bowie Barkmann, Karla; Dickinson Barlow, Randall; Pineland Barnes, Brenda; Bay town Barnes, Linda; Dallas Barnes, Robert; San Augustine Barnhouse, Cindy, Richardson Barr. Kimberly; Carrollton Barrington, Mark; Houston Barron, Ellen; Dallas Barry, Ed; San Antonio Bart, Kenneth; Houston Barton, Robert; Kilgore Bartus, Jamee; Houston Bass, Brendan, Dallas Bates, [leaine; Richardson Bates, Ronny; Nacogdoches Bates, Sherrie; Ennis Bates, Tim; Midland Batte, Karen; Houston Battise, Debra; Livingston Baugh, Fred; La Porte Baughman, Jimmy, Henderson Baulch, Theresa; Houston Bauman, Billy; Fort Worth Baumert, Michael; Dallas Beall, Elizabeth; San Augustine Beall, Rex; Duncanville Bean, Vaughan; Fort Worth Beard, Mark; Port Arthur Bearden.Joe; Houston Bearding, Beth; Houston Beathard, James; Rusk Beauchamp, Debbie; Killeen Beckelhymer, Nancy; Houston Beckerich, Karen; Richardson Bedford, Stephen; San Antonio Beghtol, Karl; Houston 402 — Freshmen pi Behannon, Frank;Jasper Belinger, Lisa; Dallas Bell, Bill; Center Bell, Douglas; Greenville Bellah, Cathy; Dallas Belshel, Terry; Ferris Bennett, Yolanda; Ennis Benoist, Jeff; Dickinson Bentley, Susan; Dallas Benton, Roy; Nacogdoches Bereajill; Dallas Berling, Cheryl; Dallas Freshmen Bernard, Mike; San Antonio Berry, Deborah; Leonard Bertelson, Patricia; Fort Worth Bertling, Frank; Huntsville Bertolett, Karen; Lake Jackson Best, Robert, Fort Worth Betts.John; Dallas Betz, Thomas; Dallas Biddle, Linda; Center Bieri, Matt; Humble Bierschenk, Joseph; Weatherford Biondi, Pam; Kennedale Birchfield, Michael; Rockwall Bishop, Tracy; Houston Black, Jo; Lewisville Black, Travis; Palestine Blackmon, Kim; Fort Worth Blacksher, Danny; Bridge City Blair, Richard; Dallas Blakey.Jeff ; Dallas Blanchard, Mark; Nacogdoches Bland, Dana; Carrollton Blankenship, Gary; Nacogdoches Blanton, Sherri; Corpus Christi Blasengym, Harry; Wichita Falls Bledsoe, JoLynn; Groves Blenden, Richard; Waco Blesh, Sharon; Dallas Blevins, Stephen; Irving Bloom, Robert, Lufkin Bobbitt, Janice; Pineland Bock, Judie; San Antonio Bogue, Donald; Timpson Bolin, Cherece; Mesquite Bolinger, Carol; Baytown Bond, Paul, Burleson Freshmen — 403 Bone Margaret; Dallas Bondy.Joan; Houston Bontempo, Becki; Dallas Boone, Joe; Houston Bork.Janis; Houston Boutin, Arthur; Kerrville Bowser, Kyle; Groves Boyd, Bruce; Longview Boyd, Forrest; Texas City Boyett, Regina; Nacogdoches Boyles, Laurie; Alvin Boynton, Stephen, Lufkin Freshmen Bracht, Karen, Rockport Bradford, Bruce; Houston Bradford, John; Dallas Bradford, Tim; Dallas Bradley, Barbara; Anahuac Bradley, Mark; Houston Bradley, Pris; Houston Bradshaw, Mitchell; Nacogdoches Bradshaw, Robin; Groves Brady, Darla; Houston Brandt, Linda; Houston Brannan, Britt; Dallas Brashear, Daniel; Lufkin Brawner, Joseph; Brazoswood Brebner, Nancy; Weslaco Breckenridge, Patricia ; Jef f erson Breedlove, Phyllis; Alief Bnggs, Phillip; Beckville Brinker, Becky; Arlington Briolat, Kim; Beaumont Bristow, Arthur; Marshall Jrittain, James; San Augustine Bnttain, Pam; Silsbee Brittain, Tim; Azle Brock, Dan; Houston Brock, Karen; Canadian Brooks, Michael; Timpson Brooks, Micheal ; Garland Broussard, Susan , Orange Brown, Carlos; Nacogdoches Brown, Cathy; Dallas Brown, Cindy; Dallas Brown, Cindy L.; Dallas Brown, Diane; Dallas Brown, Dianne, Houston Brown, Donnie, Granbury 404 — Freshmen Brown, Karen; Dallas Brown, Keith; Ennis Brown, Larry; Belton Brown, Linda; Houston Brown, Rick; Harlingen Brown, Scott, Marlin Brown, Tomye; Murchison Broyles, Terri; Houston Brumbaugh, Teri ; Houston Brundrett, Terry; Slidell, LA Brunson, Susan; Houston Bruton, Doris; Nacogdoches Bryce, Terry; Arlington Buchanan, Mike; Houston Bucher, Jerry; Canadian Bucher, Terry; Canadian Buck, Denise, Falfurrias Buck, Robert, Houston Buckner, Martha; Joaquin Bufkin, Melinda; Texas City Bullard, Betti, Lake Jackson Bumstead, Joyce; Houston Bunch, Kendra; Corsicana Bunch, Shirley; Houston Bunkle, Cindy; Atascosa Burch, Greg; Longview Burk, Sheryl; Nacogdoches Burns, James; Dallas Burns, Nancy; Fort Worth Burroughs, Jon; Houston Burton, Debbie, Piano Burton, Meredith; Fort Worth Busch, Brian; Houston Bush, Peggy; Sealy Bush, Van; Lufkin Bushnell, Cleigh; Beaumont Butler, Beth; Austin Butler, James; Nacogdoches Butler, Kathy, Houston Byers, Cheryl; Lancaster Byrd, Donna; Wills Point Byrd, Tommy; Chireno Burgess, Robert; Irving Cain, Nancy; Nacogdoches Calahan, Mary; Sugar Land Caldwell, Larry; Grand Prairie Calhoun, Debra; Clute Calhoun, Franklin, Clute Freshmen — 405 Calhoun, Janet; Lewisville Calhoun, Opal; Alto Callender, Donna; Tyler Cameron, Jody; Houston Cameron. Kim; Fort Worth Camp, Tern ; Garland Campbell, Peggy; Corpus Christi Campbell, Sandra; Terrell Campbell, William; Center Campobasso, Michelle, Dallas Canal, Joseph; Tyler Cannings, John; Dallas Cannon, Carol; Houston Canon, Teresa; Tomball Canty, Suellen; Nacogdoches Capchart, Terry; Fort Worth Capps, Vicki; Amarillo Carleton, William; Nacogdoches Carley, David; Houston Carlson, Cindy; Conroe Carlson, Sherri; Tyler Carlton, Doug; Center Carney, Paul, Dallas Carpenter, Bill; Kerrville Carpenter, Debra; Arlington Carpenter, Mark; Burleson Carpenter, Michael; Kerrville Carrell, Carole; Lufkin Carrier, Danny; Bellaire Carroll, LeAnn; Orange Carson, John; Dallas Carter, Ricky; Houston Carter, Serica, Shellyville Casey, Paul; Fort Worth Caskey, Jacklyn, Houston Cassler, Tim; San Antonio Castille, Debbie; Houston Castro, Rose, Dickinson Cather. Traci ; Clear Lake Ci ty Cathey,John; Dallas Chadick, Sarah; Dallas Chambers, Lois; Texarkana Chance, Suzanne; Houston Chandler, Peggy; Houston Chandler, Ron; Dallas Chaney, Jack; San Antonio Chaney. Teddy, Nacogdoches Chapman, Dennis; Dallas 406 — Freshmen Chatelle, Melody, Port Lavaca Chatmon, Early; Livingston Cheadlc, Clifford; Houston Cheatham, Anne, Beaumont Cheek, Charlie, Dallas Chermely, Janette, Grand Prairie Cheshier, Richard; Humble Chiang, Eugene, Marshall Chidichimo, Katy; Corpus Christi Childers, Don; Garland Childs, Mark; Dallas Chowning, Chuck; Dallas Christensen, Karen; Houston Christian, Paul, Orangefield Christopher, Charlotte; Nacogdoches Chumley, Steve; Houston Churchill, Donjr ; Irving Clanton, Yvonne; Garland Clark, Bob; Houston Clark, David; San Antonio Clark, Michael, Sinton Clark, Jim; Piano Clark, Rebecca; Bronson Clarkson, Maridee, Quitman Claxton, Kimberly; Gainesville Clay, Linda, Mesquite Clayton, Brenda, Omaha Clayton, Jan; Lewisville Clegg, David, Dallas Clements, Jim; H ouston Clevenger, Mark; Nacogdoches Cline, Deborah; Brownfield Cline, Lisa; Houston Cloud, James; San Antonio Cloudy, Andrea; Orange Cloutier, Tod; Hurst Clutsam, Cheryl; Houston Cluiss, Scott; Sinton Clymer, Kevin; Hurst Coats, Charla; Nacogdoches Cobb, Mary Jo, Houston Cockrell, Linda; Nacogdoches Coe, Richard; Seabrook Coffey, Bob; Dalhart Coff man, Janet, Omaha Cole, Charles; Fort Worth Cole, Robbie, Fort Worth Coleman, Barbara; Houston Fresh Collins, Cathy; Timpson Collins, James; Houston Collins, Julie, Fort Worth Collins, Richard; Lufkin Collins, Ronnie; Garrison Combs, Karen; Con roe Comer, Susan; Longview Conerly, Julie, Nacogdoches Confer, Fawn; Kerrville Conn, Babbie, Seagoville Connatser, Lo; Dallas Conner, Cathy; Garland Freshmen Conner, Kandi ; Center Conner, Ricky; Lufkin Connor, Rodna; Chester Conoly, Candy; Dallas Conrad, Mary; Houston Cook, Colleen; Houston Cook, Debbie; Houston Cook, Elizabeth; Texarkana Cook, Gail; Nacogdoches Cook, James; Houston Cook, Joanne; Houston Cook, Luann; Dallas Cook, Nancy; Houston Cook, Susan; Houston Cooper, Carl ; Houston Cooper, Deana; Bonham Cooper, John; Nacogdoches Coones, Sharon; Pine Tree Corzine, Gary; Fort Worth Corbin, Steve; Seabrook Cornett, Delana; Part Lavaca Costell, Lindsey; Houston Cottington, Cynthia; Nederland Coughenour, Tracey; Tyler Cowne, Robin ; Fort Worth Cox, Athena; Houston Cox, Britton; Fort Worth Cox, Denise; Dallas Cox, John; San Antonio Cox, Lois; Jacksonville Coyne, Rita; Dallas Craig, Cathleen; Houston Craig, John; Houston Cranford, Joey; Garrison Cravens, Charles; Dallas Crawford, Charles; Nacogdoches 408 — Freshmen Crawford, William; Nacogdoches Creech, Elizabeth; Katy Crickmer, Elisabeth; Houston Crider, David; Nacogdoches Crimmins, Chuck; Dallas Crisp, Kim; Nacogdoches Crook, Brenda; Corsicana Crook, David; Dallas Crosby, Karen; Houston Crouse, Rhonda; White Oak Crouse, Vhonda; White Oak Crow, Barry, Ennis Freshmen Crow, Cindy; Baytown Crow, Michael; Gilmer Crowder, Teresa; Jasper Crowley, Kevin; Houston Crumpler, Cathy; DeSoto Cuellar, Sandra; Dallas Cummings, David; Houston Cummins, Sheri; Piano Currie, Clifford; Kennard Curtis, Cheryle; Austin Curtis, Debbie; Houston Cyphers, Sally; Fredericksburg Dacus, Mindy; Fort Worth Dahline, Leslie; Houston Daltonjill; Dallas Damoff, Judy; Clear Lake City Daneman, Terry; Houston Daniel, Carl; Dallas Daniel, Cindy; Mt. Pleasant Daniel, Debbie; Ennis Daniels, Debra; Crockett Daniels, Michael; Dallas Daniels, Patricia; Fort Worth Daugherty, Francis HI; Allentown Daugherry, Michael; San Marcos Davenport, Lynn; Waco Davenport, Susan; Dallas Davidson, Gary; Laredo Davidson, Shelley; Houston Davidson, Trudy; Houston Davis, Bill; DeRidder, LA Davis, Charles; Alexandria, VA Davis, Connie; Henderson Davis, Don; Corpus Christi Davis, Eric; Hurst Davis, Kemp; Garland Freshmen — 409 Davis, Jonathan; El Paso Davis, Kathy; Henderson Davis, Lorraine; Richardson Davis, Madelene; Lufkin Davis, Mary; Corpus Christi Davis, Michael; Haltom City Davis, Sandy; Nacogdoches Davis, Scott; Dallas Davis, Victor; Center Dawson, Melinda; Killeen Day, Debbie; Sin ton Day, Diana; Houston Freshmen Dean, Donna; Broaddus Deaver, Lisa, Richardson DeBruin, Peter; Dallas Deckard, Melvin; Nacogdoches Delaney, Jennifer; Orange Delaney, Pat, Houston Delcourt, Richard, Houston Delgado, James; Lampasas Dellinger, Connie; Marshall Del Ventura, Karen; Houston Denny, Vicki; Nacogdoches Densford, Cathy; Houston Denson, Scott; Pasadena Denton, Martha; Mansfield Deosdade, Anthony; San Antonio Depperschmidt, Paul; Houston Derdeyn, Patricia; Dallas Deres, Debbie; San Antonio Derr, Dana; Dallas Detlef sen, Jane; Houston Dexheimer, Mark; San Antonio Dexter, Karen; Dallas De Young, Richard; Richardson Diamond, Jack; Dallas Diamond, Janice; Dallas Dickens, Pam; Houston Dickey, Curbis; Lancaster Dickey, Norman; Lufkin Dickson, Dana; Ennis Diebel, Sarah; Port Lavaca Dietering, Kathy; Kerrville Dillen, Brenda; Nacogdoches Dillow, Kim; Garland DiMare, Vincent; Galveston Ditta, Jeannette; Galena Park Dobbs, Carmen; Crockett 410 — Freshmen Dobbs, Jonathan ; Livingston Dobson, Steve, Bellaire Dockery, Kathleen; Houston Dollar, Scott; Fort Worth Dollar, Stacy; Fort Worth Domke, Marlaine, Fort Worth Donald, Marion; White Oak Donnellan, Lynda; Richardson Donnelly, Molly; Houston Donohne, John ; Mssion Donovan, David; Houston Dorris, Catherine; Victoria Dorsett, Steve, Clear Lake Dossett, Dana; Nacogdoches Dotson, Angela; La Marque Doucet, Janie; Dallas Doud, Robert; Fort Worth Douglas, Joan; Livingston Douglas, Laura; Dallas Douglass, Steve; Houston Downing, Darcus; Mt. Pleasant Draper, Debra, Rusk Driver, Ray; Nacogdoches Dructor, Daniel; Houston Drummond, Tim; La Porte Dublin, Robert; Jacksonville DuCote, Sharron ; Anahuac Dudley, Becky; Santa Rosa Duke, Deborah; Houston Dunaway, Danese; Fort Worth Dunaway, Steve; Seagoville Dunbar, Lisa; Houston Duncan, Bryan; Texarkana Duncan, Leigh; Houston Dunn, David; Fort Worth Dunn, Debbie; Lewisville Dunn, William; Freeport Durrett, Beth; Dallas Durrwachter, Pat; Duncanville Dyer, Kim; Hart Dylla, Rose; Houston Eagle, Donna; Dallas East, Patrick; Fort Worth Eastham, Rosanna, Odessa Eberhardt, Cheryle; Seagoville Eckert, Karen; Dallas Edwards, Julie; Corpus Christi Edwards, Laurie; Piano Freshmen — 411 Edwards, Mark; Copperas Cove Edwards, William; Spring Egan, Ben; Boerne Ege, Doug; Houston Egger, Rodrick; Irving Eggleston, Vickey; Cayuga Eisele, Pam; Longview Ellington, Luke; Fort Worth Elliott, Duncan; Vidor Elliott, Jeff; Piano Elliott, Katy; Irving Ellis, Craig; Houston Ellis, Robert; San Angelo Emmite, Marchelle; Dickinson Epting, Mary; Longview Ernst, Ricky, Bridge City Erwin, Mark; Houston Esquivel, John, San Antonio Ethridge, Abbie; Lancaster Eubanks, Homer; Marshall Evans, Darrell; Houston Evans, Don; Nacogdoches Evans, Julie; Garland Evans, Tom; Cleves, OH Evetts, Janet; Pittsburg Ewing, Leslie; Dallas Fagan, Matt; Irving Faherty, Brian; Fort Worth Fahler, Kim; Richardson Fanning, Sara; Ennis Farmer, Robbie; Mont Belvieu Farris, Ellen; Houston Fatheree, Ralinda, Lufkin Faulk, Phillip; Mt. Pleasant Faulkner, Darlene; Marshall Faulkner, Ronnie; Palestine Fauntleroy, Carol; Houston Fazzino, David; Houston Fehrmann, Karen; England Feild, Julie, Dallas Felice, Carol; Houston Felts, Mark; Hallsville Ferguson, Carol; Houston Fernandoe, Cindy; Dallas Fernandez, Cynthia; Pasadena Ferrara, Gwen; Houston Fertitta, Cindy; Houston Fief, Mark; Fort Worth Freshmen Field. Kathy; Houston Fields, Marcia; Dallas Fikaris, Harry; Houston File, Danny; Houston Fine annon, James , Jasper Fincher, Cathy, Pcarland Findley, Ernestine; Warren Finstrom, Diane; Dallas Firchow, Candy; Houston Firestone, Jeff; Houston Fish, Alan, LaMarque Fisher, Danny; Grand Saline Fisher, Frances; Dallas Fiss, Timothy; Dallas Fitzgerald, Bill; Conroe Fitzgerald, Kathleen; Houston Flake, Kathleen; Lakejackson Flanigan, Bill, Richardson Fleming, Lynda; Naples Fletcher, Bobby; Lancaster Flint, Mark, Dallas Florance, Debra, LaPorte Flores, David, Houston Flowers, Robert, Houston Floyd, Charles; Houston Fly, Cathy; Nacogdoches Flynn, Joanne; Houston Ford, Scott; Beaumont Ford, Steve; Marshall Forney, Elizabeth; Nacogdoches Forney, Verma; Nacogdoches Forrest, Cynthia; Big Lake Forse, Charlene; Nacogdoches Forse, Floyd; Sealy Foster, George; Austin Fountain, Patricia; Nacogdoches Fouret, Martine; Houston Fowler, Ken, Gilmer Fowler, Leslie; Irving Frailey, Patricia, Nacogdoches Francis, Jeff ; Canadian Frank, Randy; Houston Franklin, Bryan; Dayton Frawko, James; Fort Worth Freeman, Kent; Arlington Freeman, Quanah; San Antonio Freeman, Ross; Spring French, Kathy, Fort Worth Freshmen — 41 3 French, Sharon; Pearland Freund, Susan; Fort Worth Frew, William, Houston Fulchcr, Christine, Houston Fuller, John, La Marque Fuller, Kathlene; Nacogdoches Fuller, Kirk; Palestine Fuller, Steve; Houston Funk, Deborah; Bellaire Funk, Nina; Dallas Furbush, William; Houston Furr, Pam. Richardson Fuston, Rhonda, Midlothian Fyffe, Karen; Daingerfield Gabbert, Debbie; Dickinson Galvan, Fernando; Bastrop Galvin, Michael; Dallas Gambrell, Bill; Kerrville Gandy, Harold; Tyler Gandy, Russell; Dallas Gant, Jodi; Dallas Gant, Sharon, Piano Garcia, Christina; Fort Worth Garcia, Lydia; Port Arthur Gardner, Joye; Galveston Gardner, Trigg; San Antonio Gardner, Walton; Houston Gargan, Maureen; Dallas Garms, Lezlie; Irving Garner, Steve; Houston Garrett, Elizabeth; Ennis Garrett, Frederick; Broaddus Garrett, James; Fort Worth Garrett, Mary; Dallas Garrey, Terri; Piano Garrison, Jack; Garrison Gary, Jean, Lake Jackson Gaskamp, Clifford; Fort Worth Gaston, Kant; Nacogdoches Gaston, William; Nacogdoches Gates, Tom; Tomball Gay, Richard; Houston Gehrig, Danette; Richardson Gcldmeier, Judy; Nacogdoches Gentry, Vicki; Garland Gentzler, Judy; Dallas George, Danny; Hart Germer, Gregg; Maxwell 414 — Freshmen Gialamas, Maria; Houston Gibson, Kim, Richardson Gilbert, Alan; Longvicw Gilbreath, Jan; Mt. Pleasant Gilbreath, Karen; Houston Giles, Stacey; Houston Gilleland, Wayne; Garland Gilley, Sandra; Whitehouse Gilliland, John; San Antonio Gilpin, Joan, Houston Gilmer, Paul; Conroe Ginger, Arnold, Richardson Freshmen Giovannini, Lydia; Houston Giuffre, Sharon; Houston Givens, Judy; Houston Glenn, Donna; Kirbyville Glover, Debbie, Jefferson Glover, Debra; Lufkin Gober, Vince; Dallas Goehrs, Leanne; Houston Golden, Rick; Garland Goode, Sandra; Greenville Gooding, Amelia; Nacogdoches Goodrum, Bill; Nacogdoches Goodson, Kenneth; Huntington Goodwin, Gary; Garland Goodwin, Janice; Ennis Gordon, Melissa; Houston Gorham, Kathy; Dallas Gossett, Dona; Arlington Goza, Katherine; Pearland Gorzell, Andre; Dallas Graham, Jaime; Houston Graham, Mart; Lovelady Grant, Kevin; Fort Worth Gratz, Nanette; Dallas Graves, Frances; Timpson Gray, Cindy; Mesquite Gray, Steffani; Baytown Greene, Becky; Dallas Greenwood, Anne; Houston Greer, David; Garland Greeso, Kimberly; Houston Grimland, Dianna; Mesquite Grimm, Greg; Houston Grimm, Jennifer; Fort Worth Grisham, Brenda; Marietta Grist, Steve; Dallas Freshmen — 41 5 Groves, Laurie; Farmersville Gruenwald, Walter; Fort Worth Gude, Meg; Fort Worth Guerin, Robert; Houston Guest, Ed; Dallas Guidroz, James; Hitchcock Gwin, Pam; Dallas Gunther, Bobby; Sugarland Guy, Gordon; San Antonio Haag, Thomas; Seabrook Haddox, Archie; Nacogdoches Haffort, Helen; Nacogdoches fit Freshmen Hagerman, Sherry, Houston Hailey, Chris; Irving Hall, Frank; San Antonio Hall, Jay; San Antonio Hall, Roxanne; Pearland Hamilton, Ellen; Texas City Hamilton, Roberta; Tomball Hamilton, Susan; Dallas Hammett, Kim; Nacogdoches Hammons, Gene; Houston Hammons, Yvonne; Crockett Handley, John; McAllen Handrick, Danny; Georgetown Haney, Angela; League City Haney, Peggy; Spring Hankins, Will; Midland Hanks, Robbie; Dallas Hansen, John, Spring Hansen, Sue; Fairfax, VA Hanson, Brett; Midland Hanson, Kathy; Dallas Hanson, Kaye; Piano Harber, Greg; Nacogdoches Harges, Graig; Midland Harkreader, Sharon, LaMarque Harlan, Christi; Houston Harlan, Bruce; Dallas Harp, Patricia; Carrollton Harrah.John; Houston Harris, Chester; Lufkin Harris, Debbie; Pearland Harris, Robert; Beaumont Harris, Vance; Houston Harrison, James; Kennard Harsdorff, Kim; Jasper Hart, Amy, Houston 416 — Freshmen Hart, Marcia; Pasadena Hartfield, Paul; Lufkin Hartley, Mark; Houston Hartman, Kathleen; Cypress Harvey, Harold; San Antonio Harvey, Carlene; Broaddus Hassett, Mike; Missouri City Hawk, Tommy; Burkburnett Hawkinson, John; Houston Hawthorne, Josetta; Houston Hawthorne, Ruth; Conroe Hayden, John; Center Hayes, Michael; Houston Hayes, Shanna; Beaumont Haynie, Debbie; Liberty Hayner, Debbie; Mesquite Hayter, Russell ; Center Head, Lisa; Baytown Heard, Joseph; Houston Hearn, Mary Beth ; Nacogdoches Hearne, Kathy; Nacogdoches Heaven, Robert; Houston Hedin, Daniel; Cypress Heerwald, Nancy; Fort Worth Hegler, Harold; Daingerfield Helmcamp, Cindi; Houston Helpinstill, Kathy; Dallas Henderson, James, Houston Henderson, Joni; Fort Worth Henderson, Keith; Dallas Henderson, Leisa; Livingston Henderson, Samuel; Houston Henderson, Scott; Nacogdoches Hendrix, William; Dallas Hendry, Bill; Marshall Henry, Denise; Mesquite Henson, Jakie; Nacogdoches Henson, Kerry; Euless Henson, Sharolyn; Monahans Henilev, David; Dallas Hepp, Cindy; Van Herring, Steve; Lake Jackson Herzog, Hugh; Ingram Heser, Lynne; Houston Heuberger, Cynthia; Houston Hewett, Sandra; Dallas Heyer, Jacalyn, Dallas Hickey, Julie; Richardson Fresh Hicks, Larry; Midland Hicrholder, Diane; San Antonio Higgins, Hugh; San Antonio Hill, Billy; Shelbyville Hill, Leslie; Omaha, NE Hill, Parklyn, Jacksonville Hillhouse, Anita; Houston Hilton, Ericjr.; Houston Hilton, Mary; Houston Hilton, Mike, Houston Himburg, Phyllis; Houston Hindman, Barbara; Arlington ' v w Freshmen Hines.Jan, Dallas Hirmon, Holly; Wylie Hix, Darrell; Houston Hoag, Ronald, Pearland Hodge, Rita; Mt. Enterprise Hodges, Laura; Dickinson Hoera, Lisa, Fort Worth Hoffman, Jo Ann, Dallas Hoffman, Robin; Fort Worth Hoffman, Virginia, Winnsboro HoffPauir, Susan; Phoenix, AZ Hogan, Bob; San Antonio Hogan, Eileen, Dallas Hogan, Tom, Dallas Hogg, Robert; Texas City Hogg, Susan; Sour Lake Holchak, Glenn; San Antonio Holder, Donna; Richland Holder, Teresa; Nacogdoches Holick, Darrell; Waco Holland, John; Tyler Holland, John Jr; San Antonio Holland, Pamela; Linden Hollis, Erin; Magnolia Hollis, Terri; Houston Holmes, Laura; Lancaster Holroydjill; Dallas Honea, Bruce; Lufkin Honeycutt, Andrea, Spring Honeycutt, James, Spring Hook, Deborah; Vernon Hooker, Jeff; Dallas Hooper, William; Dallas Horecka, Jane; Humble Horn, Patrice; Orange Horn, Ruby; Nacogdoches 418 — Freshmen if 1 7 Hornberger, David; McAllen Home, Harriet; Dallas Hornquist, Lorri; Dallas Horton, Lynn; Houston Hosea, David; Dallas Hothem, Barbara; Fort Worth Houston, Joan; Houston Howard, Karen; Wink Howard, Kimberly; Midlothian Howard, Mike, Lancaster Howard, Richard; Houston Howden, Kelly; Fort Worth Freshmen Howdeshell, Sharon; Pasadena Howell, Theresa; Irving Howes, Jon; Dallas Hoya.JoAnn; Nacogdoches Hubbard, Mickey; Houston Huddleston, Doug; Dallas Hudeck, Susan; Tyler Hudnall, Donna; Lufkin Hudson, Andrea; Houston Huebner, Anne; College Station Huffhines, Terrie; Richardson Huffman, Richard; Malakoff Hughes, Charles; Houston Hughes, Karen; Richardson Hughes, David; Jasper Hughes, Dawn; Nacogdoches Hugo, Mark, Houston Hull, George; Houston Hulshouser, Gary; Rowlett Hulshouser, James; Duncanville Humbert, Beth; Houston Hunley, Patricia; Houston Hunt, Steven; Longview Hunter, Amy; Houston Hunter, Raul; Nacogdoches Hunter, Paula; Granbury Hunter, Richard; Austin Hunter, Sherrye; Nacogdoches Hurd, Robert; Richardson Hurley, Norlene; Houston Hurston.Jan; Houston Hust, Jackie, Palestine Ingram, Berny; Killeen Insell, Laurie; Houston Isleib, James, Galena Park Ivy, Randal; Nacogdoches Freshmen — 419 Jackson, Joan; Spring Jackson, Joy, Houston Jackson, Julie, Midland Jackson, Philip, Marshall Jackson, Roy; Texas City Jacobs, Mary; Piano Jakle, Dawn; Houston James, Kenneth; Humble James, Sandra; Port Arthur Jameson, Alice; Farmers Branch Jankoyski, Julie; Houston Jarvis, William; Lewisville Jasper.John III; Lufkin Jelveaux, Vicki; Richardson Jenks, Lori; Houston Jenkins, Jane; San Antonio Jenks, Linda; Austin Jennings, Norman, Carthage Jensen, Rebecca; Houston Jester, Steve; Dallas Jett, Gayle; Austin John, Georgann; Houston Johnson, Carol; Mont Belvieu Johnson, Carolyn; Houston Johnson, Cathy; Lancaster Johnson, Cyndi; Nacogdoches Johnson, David; Fred Johnson, Janis, Houston Johnson, Jeanie; Mesquite Johnson, Jeannie; Waco Johnson, Kim; Dallas Johnson, Mark, DeKalb, IL Johnson, Mary; Boerne Johnson, Mary; Mansfield Johnson, Michael; Fort Worth Johnson, Michael; Pasadena Johnson, Patricia; Longview Johnson, Paul; Arlington Johnson, Phyllis; Fort Worth Johnson, Phyllis, Henderson Johnson, Robert; Kermit Johnson, Ronnie, Fort Worth Johnson, Stefani; Richardson Johnson, Wayne; Dallas Johnstone, Drue; Dallas Jones, David; Granbury Jones, Jeanes; Longview Jones, Jeanne; Houston 420 — Freshmen w Jones, Jennifer; Fort Worth Jones, Jennifer; Houston Jones, Jerri; Dallas Jones, Joseph; Del Rio Jones, Kenneth; Houston Jones, Kim; Seabrook Jones, Laurie; Houston Jones, Patti; Houston Jones, Robert; Piano Jones, Sharon; Houston Jones, Timothy, Decatur Jopling, Jeannie; Nacogdoches Freshmen Jordan, Jim; Pittsburg Jordan, Ronny; Silsbee Jozwiak, Robert; Houston Jurek, William; Dallas Kaiser, Jeff; Houston Kaley, Kevin; Houston Kanan, James, Fort Worth Karthauser, James; Arlington Kassabaum, Elizabeth; Fort Worth Kate, Gordon ; Nacogdoches Kate, Sruart; Nacogdoches Katz, Steven; Dallas Keggan, Peter; Port Murray Kegler, Karen; Nacogdoches Kehler, Lynn; Kilgore Keith, Chris; Houston Keith, Cynthia; Oxford, OH Keller, Gregory; Port Arthur Kelley, Cindy; Sunnyvale Kelley, Ralph; Beaumont Kelley, Stephen; Houston Kemp, Donna; Houston Kendrick, Kimberly; Nacogdoches Kennard, Angela; Houston Kennedy, Julie; Richardson Kennedy, Kandi, Joshua Kennemer, Doug; Arlington Kent, Slay ton; Friendswood Keoughan, Rick; Fort Worth Key, Laura; Fort Worth Kilpatrick, Mary; Center Kilpatrick, Steve; Dallas Kimbrough, Ronald; Nacogdoches Kincy, Nancy; Dallas Kines, Melonee; Jasper King, Debbie; Irving Freshmen — 421 King, James; Wichita Falls King, Kimbrell; Dallas King, Mary, New Caney King, Randy; Silsbee King, Vicki; Dallas Kinsella, Jhan; Groves Kinsley, Debra; Austin Kipness, Robert; Piano Kjrbo, Bobbie, Daingerfield Kirkland, Kim; Houston Kirkland, Laurie; Fort Wonh Kirkpatrick, Bill; Hurst Freshmen Klausman, Gary; Houston Klebieko, Richard; Houston Kleckner, Terena; Dallas Klein, Martha; Tomball KJijn, Marlou; Marshall Klink, Linda; Houston KJint, Robert; Fort Worth Knauss, Dean; Terrell Knight, David; Rockwall Knight, Karan; Houston Knight, Phil; Orange Knight, Steven; Hallsville Knox, Patty; Galveston Koehler, Thomas; Lewisville Kolb, Mark; Midland Kolb, Nancy; Jacksonville Kolbensivik, Jon; Dallas Kolbrick, Duane; Dallas Koncsol, David; Humble Koonce, Lisa; Houston Koonce, Nancy ; Nacogdoches Koppa, Jeff ; Fort Worth Korge, Victoria; Houston Kost, Bryan; San Antonio Kostohryz, Carol ; Fort Worth Kowalski, Bill; Irving Kramer, Nancy; Richardson Kraner,Jeff; Houston Kraus, Barry; Longview Krause, Carol ; Houston Krause, Lisa; Garland Kreamer, Mary; Carrollton Krevit, Ed, Houston Kuhns, Ron; Houston Kuhrt, Mariana; Houston Kupke; Sherry; Richardson 422 — Freshmen LaBounty, Rcnee; Rockport Ladd, Paula; LaPorte Lagle, Rick; Humble LaGrone, Sharon; Houston Lamberth, Tom; Dallas Land, Don; Houston Landers, Randy; Houston Landrum, Tim; Garland Landrum, William; Houston Laney, Beverly; Fort Worth Lang, Kenneth; San Antonio Lange,John; Dallas Freshmen Langford, Cindy; Texarkana Langille, Stephen; Houston Langley, James ; Harlingen Lanier, Ruth; Houston Lapp, Robyn; Houston Larsen, Debra; Dallas Larsen, Kent; Dallas Lary, Lee Ann; Fort Worth Laster, Luci ; Richardson Lavender, David; Houston Laughlin, Susan; Kaisetta Laughlin, William; Houston Law, Tricia; Conroe Lawder, Lauri; Houston Lawrence, William; Fort Worth Layton, Donna, Port Neches Leak, Theresa; Dallas Lcask, Marilyn; Houston Lechter, Sharon; Fort Worth Leek, Debb ie; Fort Worth Ledbetter, Amy; Dallas Ledermann, Daniel; Houston LeDoux, Laurie; De Riddler, LA Lee, Brenda; Houston Lee, Cathy; McKinney Lee, Douglas; Fort Worth Lee, Karen; Fort Worth Lee, Virginia; Waco Lee, William; Richmond Lefever, Stephen; San Antonio Lefler, David; Hutchins Legge, Ellen; Richardson LeGrand, Cheryl; Richardson Lei to, James; Fort Worth Lemman, Tom; Seabrook Lenert, Sandra; Naperville Freshmen — 423 Lenes, Kellie; Rusk Leonhart, Patricia; Houston Leslie, Patty; San Antonio Levi, Mike, Garland Levulis, Lisa; Fort Worth Lewell, Bruce; Houston Lewicki, Randy; Houston Lewis, Donald, Streetman Lewis, Kay; Cleveland Lewis, Marty; Garrison Lewis, Melissa; Alvin Lewis, Stephen; San Antonio Freshmen Liberman, Sybil; Houston Liles, Carol; Dallas Liles, Sherri; Houston Lilly, Cynthia; Spring Lind, Elizabeth; Kemp Lindsey, Kitty; Pineland Lindsey, Rhonda; Nacogdoches Littleiohn, Dale; Fort Worth Lively, Charles; Crockett Lively, Linda; Lufkin Livesay, Roberta; Greenville Llywelyn, Cindy; Dallas Locke, David, San Antonio Logan, Carol; San Antonio Logan, Suzanne; Texarkana Lohman, Susan; San Antonio Lojo, Charles; Houston Long, Flynn; Fort Worth Long, Gerald; Livingston Long, Rebecca; Fort Worth Longbrake, Cheryl, Humble Longley, Craig; Houston Loomis, William; San Antonio Lopez, Edwardo; Rio Hondo Lorenz, Donald; Toledo Lovegren, Lewis; Dallas Lovelace, Judith; Mt. Pleasant Lovell, Sherrie; Terrell Lovett, Joe; Jasper Loving, Barbara; Panhandle Low, Regina; Nacogdoches Lowe, Mary ; Orange Lowman.John; Alice Lowry, Tina; Houston Lubianski, Mark; El Paso Lucas, Carl ; Nacogdoches 424 — Freshmen Freshmen Lundell, Robert; Houston Luxton, Sharon; Piano Lyons, Danette; Pasadena Lyon, Lyric; Lindale Mace, Clark, Houston Macha, Kyle; Houston Machin, Tommy; Longview Macias, Suzanne, Galveston MacKenzie, Kenneth; Garland MacLean, Scott; Spring MacPhers on, Jeanne; Houston Madden, Pat; Houston Maddox, Patricia; Houston Madson, Roger; Beaumont Maeckel, Phyllis, Garland Magee, Mark; La Feria Magness, Cynthia, Fort Worth Mahoney, Kaywin; Nacogdoches Mainer, Valerie; Lufkin Mallard, Boni; Liberty Mallory, Melissa; Houston Malone, Laddy, Piano Mangham, Christi; Nacogdoches Mangieri, Daniel; Houston Mann, Garby; Universal City Manning, Sheri; Dallas Mapes, Susan; Wichita Falls Marcum, David; Corpus Christi Marino, Lisa; Houston Markart, Linda; Houston Marotta, Louis; Dallas Marr, Kathleen; Dallas Marroquin, Timothy, Port Arthur Marsh, Ralph; Houston Marshall, Brenda; Houston Marshall, Clinton, Houston Marshall, Kenneth, Houston Martin, Gregory; Newton Martin, Kirk; Dallas Martin, Michael; Newton Martin, Michael; Garland Martin. Robin, Houston Martin, Sam; Texas City Martin, Vanya; Splendora Martin, Vickie; Dallas Martin, Sheri; Tomball Martinez, Aida; Houston Martinez, Carlos; Falfurrias Freshmen — 425 Martinez, Jorge; San Antonio Martinez, Rae Ann; Corpus Christi Massey, Rosanne; Troup Massey, Steve; Grand Prairie Massingill, James; Rusk Massingill, Jan; Troup Masters, Terri; Dallas Masterson, Sheri; Stafford Matejka, Charlene; Alta Loma Mathews, Karen; Greenville Matlock, Jeff; Alba Maurer, Karen, Houston Freshmen Maurer, Rebecca; Austin Maurer, Sharen; Houston Mavis, Scott; Magnolia May, Dena; Houston May, Gaye; Texas Ciry Mayfield, Karen; League City Maynard, Rick; Diboll McAdou, David; Winters McAlister; Richardson McAtee.Jan; Houston McBride, Kathy; Dickinson McBrien, Michael, Houston McCalla, Ginger; Lancaster McCarley, Marray; Sherman McCarley, Nancy; Conroe McCarty, LaDonna; Wells McCauley, Laurence, Fort Worth McCaulley, Jana, Garland McClendon, John; Alto McCormick, Cathy; Sugarland McCormick, June; Harlingen McCorvey, Tim; Houston McCoy, Gina; Houston McClellan, John; Orangefield McCloud, Jerry; Diboll McCracken, Paul; Fort Worth McCrary, Ann; Richardson McCreary, Cindy; Garland McCrory, Owen, Dallas McCrury, Kelley; San Antonio McCurdy, Kimberly; Fort Worth McDaniel, Jimmy; Angleton McDonald, Diane; Seabrook McDonald, Jerry, Abilene McDonald, Mary; Pasadena McDonald, Ron, Houston .Donald, Terrie; Dallas .Donald, Zane; Dallas .Dougall, Dorothy; San Antonio rDowell, Raymond; Dallas .Entee, Michael; Dallas Tarland, James; Dallas McFarland, William, Jefferson McGill, Jamie; Dallas McGinnis, Connie, League City McGovern, Glenn; San Antonio McCowan, Kim; Garland McGrath, Kathleen; La Coste Freshmen McGrew, Lauren, Nacogdoches Mcllveene, Mary; Lufkin Mcintosh, Kim; Dallas Mcintyre, Sheri; Houston McKay, Scott; Greenville McKee, Martha; Dallas McKelvey, Sarah; Lufkin McKewen, Taylor; Lufkin McKinley, Thomas, San Antonio McKnight, Stan; Arlington McLaughlin, Gari; Fort Sam Houston McLaughlin, Sheryl; Fort Sam Houston McLendon, Stephanie; Fort Worth McLeod, Ralph; New Orleans, LA McMahon, Tim; Fort Worth McManus, Cynthia; Nacogdoches McManus, Cynthia; Piano McManus, Robbie; Anahuac McMillian, Melissa; Tomball McNatt, Teresa; Daingerf ield McNeil, Dana; Waco McNew, Keith; Houston McNown, Vicky; Seabrook Meckel, Carol; Boerne Meckel, Dorothy; Boerne Merkler, Dan; Spring Medlin, D ' Lesa; Houston Meek, Dale; Tyler Meeks.Jan; Seabrook Meers, Patti; Dallas Meisel, Liane; Nacogdoches Melton, Charles; Texarkana Mena, Randy, Bryan Mendoza, Lydia; San Antonio Mencfee, Marthie, Montgomery Menmnger, Pete; Houston Freshmen — 427 Mercer, Robert, Houston Merchant, Donna; Houston Merritt, Glynna; Conroe Merz, Richard Jr. ; Dallas Metter, Barbara; Houston Meyer, Rodney, Piano Michaels, Linda; Houston Michie, Martha; Austin Miles, Andrew; Irving Miller, Cindy; Houston Miller, Connie; Mt. Pleasant Miller, Devora; Silsbee Freshmen Miller, Frank; Houston Miller.Jana; Marietta Miller, Janet; McLean, VA Miller, Kay, Houston Miller, Keith; Tyler Miller, Kim; Mesquite Miller, Marcelyn; Spring Miller, Melinda; Fort Worth Miller, Michael; Dallas Milligan, Kelly, Burkeville Milligan, Robin; Houston Milliken, Hollye, Livingston Milliorn, Susan; Lancaster Millsap, Dave; Fort Worth Milner, Greg; Tyler Minney, David; Tecumseh, MI Minton, John; Westchester Mirike, Joyce; Lewisville Miron, Kathy; Dallas Mitchell, Allison, San Antonio Mitchell, Dennis; Deer Park Mitchell, Gerald; Marshall Mitchell, Sandra; San Augustine Mitchell, Shaunna; McKinney Mitchell, Susan; Fort Worth Mitchell, Vicki; Ennis Mitchon, Cynthia; Colmesneil Mizell, Beverly; Irving Mock, Victor Jr.; Port Isabel Moffatt, Bryan; Seabrook Moffitt, James, Dallas Monahan, Kathleen; Houston Monroe, Robert; Irving Monroe, Tim; Orange Monson, Jennifer, Deer Park Monteau, Gary; Winnie 428 — Freshmen Moody, Joy; Kirbyville Moody, Margaret, Stephcnvillc Moore, Ann; Dallas Moore, Bruce; Nacogdoches Moore, Cindy; Dallas Moore, Cynthia, Waco Moore, Debra; Houston Moore, Donna, Sherman Moore, Leslie; Richardson Moore, Rhonda, Houston Moorhead, Wes; Spring Moran, Jennifer; Houston Freshmen Moreau, Dallas III, Orange Morgan, Denise; Houston Morgan, Jack, Houston Morgan, Jeff, Dallas Morgan, Kirk; Piano Morgan, Richard; Piano Morgan, Richard; San Antonio Morgan, Shirley; Frankston Morgan, Tim; Fort Worth Morgan, William; Lockhart Morphis, Janis; Garland Morris, Caryl; Ennis Morris, Craig; Bridge City Morris, David; Houston Morris, Jill; Nacogdoches Morris, Kim; Fort Worth Morris, Randall; Dallas Morris, Robert; Mt. Vernon Morrison, Bryan; Ennis Morrison, Donald; Houston Morrison, Mark; Dallas Morrison, Paul; Fort Worth Morrison, Tina; Dallas Morrow, Cindy; Garland Morrow, Jimmie; Conroe Morse, Terri; Houston Mosby, Rosalind; Garrison Moseley, Betty; Garrison Moseley, Carolyn; Daisetta Moselay, Sherry; Greenville Mosely, Vicki; Dallas Moses. Judy; Dallas Moxley, Dan; Houston Mueck, Michael; Sugarland Muehlbrad, Nell; Houston Muessig, Jef f ; Garland Freshmen — 429 Mullcr, Connie; Dallas Mullin, Patrice; Alto Mulhnax, Reba; Galena Park Mulvehill, Sharon; Houston Murphy, Colleen; Portland Murphree, Mark; Waco 1IL — ft l Murphy, David; Lufkin Murray, Rob, Houston Muse, Jean; Dallas Myers, Don; Houston Myers, Ron; Houston Mynck, Marcia; Houston a 1 Ik i Freshmen Nabors, Dana; Arlington Nabours, James; Nacogdoches Nail, Bobby; Garland Nance, Monica; Round Rock Naumann, Richard; Clifton Nave, LouVonne; Longview Neal, Vance; Dallas Neale, Jeff ; Clear Lake City Neathery, Anita; Houston Negri, Virginia; Falfurrias Neill, Cindy; Garrison Neiman, Patti; Humble Nelson, Glenna; Hughes Springs Nelson, Terri; Nacogdoches Newberry, Cathie, Ennis Newell, Susan; Dallas Newland, James; Harlingen Newman, David; Houston Newsom, James; Pearland Newton, Elbert; Dallas Niblack, Debbie; Deer Park Nicholas, Pam; Lufkin Nicholas, Terry; Lufkin Nichols, Earlene; Cushing Nicholson, Robert; Killeen Nicholson, Steve; Fort Worth Nickolas, Chris; Houston Niekamp, Jerry; Houston Nieman.Judy; Dallas Nigro, Lynn; San Antonio Niroumand, Farshid; Shiraz, Iran Nix, Susan; Irving Noah, Jeseph; Orange Nolan, James; El Paso Nolmesly, Anne; San Antonio Norcross, Jay; Dayton 430 — Freshmen Norman, Linda; Houston Norman, Mark; Breckenridge Norris, David; Palestine Norris, Elizabeth, Houston Northcutt, David; Newgulf Novak, Thomas, Houston Nugent, David, Quitman Nutt, D ' Anne, Piano Nystrom, Amy; Spring Oakes, Ava; Troup Oates, Lynn; Decatur O ' Berry, Pam, Houston Ocampo, Gabriel, San Antonio Ochs, Kenneth; Dallas Ocker, Gerald, Rusk O ' Conner, Laurie; Houston Oden, David; Houston Odenwalder, Edgar P. Ill; Dickin O ' Donnell, Greg, Dallas Ohlund, Donna; LaMarque Oldham, Brenda; Dallas Oliver, Mary; Livingston Oliver, Raymond; Vidor Olsen, Frederick; Fort Worth Olson, Sue; Seabrook O ' Mara, William; San Antonio O ' N eal, David; Corsicana O ' Neal; Kathleen; Houston O ' Neal, Robert; Richardson O ' Neall, Steven; Houston O ' Neill, Maurice; Falfurrias O ' Quinn, Lisa; Orangefield Ort, Karyn; Houston Osborne, Randy; Piano Osmun, Elaine; Houston Osterhaut, Cheri; Rusk Ostrum, Robert, San Antonio Oswald, Robert; Cypress Otto, Nancy; Houston Owen, Joyce; Dallas Owen, Sandra; Lampasas Ozanne, Susan; Piano Paden, Elizabeth; Dallas Paez, Pedro; Dallas Page, Christopher; Houston Page, Robert; Marshall Palazzetti, Nancy; Bedford Palpant, Jeffrey; Richardson Pantazis, Odysscia; Dallas Panter, Tommy; Longview Paradoski, Dennis; Houston Pardue, Melissia; Irving Parikakis, Kriss; Richardson Paimby, William; Corpus Christi Park, Don; Houston Parker, Brenda; Irving Parker, Kathi , Nacogdoches Parker, Roy; Houston Parkey, Sherry; Hurst Parks, Carl; Nacogdoches Freshmen Parrish, Charles Jr. ; Nacogdoches Parrish, Kathy; Texas City Parrott, Debbie; Euless Parsons, Barbara; Houston Parten, Connie; Fort Worth Partin, Nina; Cushing Pate, Robert; Clear Lake Pate, Rose; Bacliff Patterson, Mark; Dallas Patton, Billy; Ennis Patton, Thelma; Nacogdoches Patton, William, Silsbee Pauls, Carol, Dickinson Payne, Liz; Houston Payne, Patty; Humble Payne, Thomas; Houston Peacock, David; Magnolia Peak, Gregory ; Leggett Pearman, Jimmy; Alto Peck, David; Canyon Lake Peck, Nancy; El Paso Pedigo.Joe; Houston Peete, Cindy; Houston Peevy, Sheri; Fort Worth Penney, Amanda; Naples Penney, Pamela; Gallatin Peppard, Robert, Nacogdoches Peoples, Rick; Garland Pereira, Nancy; Port Lavaca Perez, Elma; Galveston Perkins, Rhonda; Nacogdoches Perrin. Phil; Houston Perry, Sharla; Panhandle Perry man, Mary; Freeport Persha, Danny; Houston Peters, Karen; Richardson 432 — Freshmen Peterson, Mary; Houston Peveto, Donna; Mauricevillt Peyton, Matthew; Houston Phelps, Kevin; San Antonio Phelps, Mila; San Antonio Phelps, Rob; Carrollton Pickle, Charlie; Jasper Pickrell, Will; Houston Pierce, David; Austin Pierce, Dixie; Houston Pierce, Mike; Houston Pierson, Don; Oak Cliff Freshmen Pina, Sandra; Cleveland Pinnell, Charles; Dallas Pinnell, Penny; Richmond Pipins, Janet Ruth; Dallas Pippen, Maureen; Houston Pirnie, David; Dallas Pistone, Debbie; Corpus Christi Piatt, Dixie; Houston Piatt, Ellen; Huntington Playter, Lynn; Bryan Pleasant, Larry; Nacogdoches Plecki, Debbie; Fort Worth Ploch, Geralyn; Dallas Poindexter, Mary; Grapevine Poindexter, Trey; Houston Pole, James, Fort Worth Pollard, Sheryl; San Antonio Polydoros, Nicky; Houston Ponder, Judith; San Augustine Poole, Patricia; Houston Porter, Diane; Austin Porterfield. Clint; Center Poston, Paula; Houston Poteet, Reba; Tomball Potenza, Denna; Houston Potharst, Helen; Houston Potter, Laurie; Houston Powdrill, Melody; Huffman Powell, Kay; Orange Powell, Pam; Arlington Powell, Suzanne; Seabrook Powell, William; Dallas Prather, John; Houston Prentiss, Joyce; Houston Presley, Beth; Dickinson Price, Anne, Houston Price, Claudell; Center Prideaux, Scott; Houston Pndgeon, Diane; Euless Primrose, Walter; Lufkin Prince, Glenda; Nacogdoches Pringle. Lynne, Allen Prough, Vicki, Denison Pruett, David; Clear Lake City Pruett, Jamie; White Oak Pullen. Charlotte; Granbury Purifoy. Mack; Temple Putney, Judy; Arlington Freshmen Quails, John; Spring Ragsdale, Cecelia; Mesquite Raider, Michael, Houston Rainbolt, Robert; Hooks Raines, Kathy; Marshall Rainey, Lesley; Dallas Rainey, Nancy, Shreveport, LA Rains. Melinda; Houston Rains, Virginia, Houston Ralls, Jana; Baytown Ralson, James; Livingston Rambo, Patricia; Irving Rumey, Debbie; Lufkin Ramos, Sylvia; San Antonio Ramsay, Robin, Shreveport, LA Ramsey, Jeff; Dallas Rando, Julie; Houston Randolph, Debbie; Spring Ransome, Susan; Alto Rashin, Eddie; Houston Rashin, Jeanne; Houston Rayburn, Reagan; Andrews Reardon, Celeste; Pittsburg Record, Bill; Highland Park Rector, Beverly, Nacogdoches Redd, Betsy; Huntington Redd, John; Dallas Reece, Robin; Fort Worth Reed, Barbara; Houston Reed, Clarence. Houston Reed, David; Houston Reed, James; Castroville Reed, Jeffrey; Garland Reed, Mitch; Pearland Reed, William; Beckville Reese, Debbie; Nacogdoches P t • » ft " J £ 1 B v - Reeves, Tina; Marshall Rcid, Mary Ann; Corpus Christi Reid, Stuart, Fort Worth Reppond, Paul; Houston Reuter, Rhonda; Houston Rexrode, Rebecca; Houston Reynolds, Shell; Houston Rhow, Elizabeth; Conroe Rice, William; San Antonio Rich, Joe; Lufkin Rich, John, Angleton Richard, Sharrie; Houston Freshmen AM, Richards, Bonny, Quitman Richards, Dale; Clear Lake City Richards, Dale; Hurst Richards, Deanna, Houston Richards, Jan; Grand Prairie Richards, Robert; Rusk Richardson, Barbie; Fort Worth Richardson, Lori; Chester Springs, PA Richey, Tracey; Dallas Richmon, Elwyn, Killeen Ritcher, Theresa; Houston Riicker, Mike, Abilene Riddels, Sandy; Dallas Riddle, Pam; Lockhart Ridings, Craig, Houston Ridley, John; Houston Rigling, Mark; Brookshire Riley, Barney; Fort Worth Riley, Kelly; Fort Worth Riley, Shelley; Fort Worth Riley, Stephanie; Fort Worth Riney, Glenda; Irving Rinker, Odis; Arlington Rippetoe, LeAnn; Richardson Rjsien. Roxane; Houston Risner, Christie; Troup Rison, Roy, Nacogdoches Ritter, Don; Mexia Ritz, Diana; Fort Worth Rizos, Rick; Richardson Roark.Jonda; Weslaco Robbins, Mike; Houston Robbins, Ricky; Lewisville Roberts, Becky; Lufkin Roberts, Brad; Nacogdoches Roberts, Denise; Dumas Roberts, David; Ennis Roberts, Scott; Fort Worth Robertson, Christina, Houston Robertson, John; Edgewood Robertson, Kim; Pittsburg Robertson, Madelyn; Falfurrias Robertson, Rick, Dallas Robertson, Rosemary; Houston Robinson, Jenny; Richardson Robinson, Kathy; Marietta Robinson, Mark; Dallas Robinson, Patricia; Henderson Freshmen Robi nson, Robin; Weldon Robinson, Steven, Houston Robinson, Tom; Golden Rockney, Christine; Fort Worth Roco, Linda; Houston Rodenberg, Sheri; White Oak Rodgers, Shannon; San Antonio Rodgers, Terri ; Fort Worth Roe, Susan ; Portland Roehr, Laura; Spring Roehrick, Tim; Pasadena Rogers, Cindy; Houston Rogers, George, Austin Rogers, Janet; Irving Rogers, Karen; Palestine Rogers, Richard; Whitesboro Rogers, Wanda; Garrison Rogers, William; San Antonio Rohrer, Mary; Houston Romanchek, Maryann, Fort Worth Root, Charlene; Houston Root, Diana; Houston Root, Stephen; Stockman Roquemore, Hoyt; Palestine Ross, Bruce; Dickinson Ross, Mark; Houston Ross, Steve; Houston Rossmeyer, Kenny; Leander Rottman, Melissa; Houston Rottman, Paul; Dallas Roubique, Bert, Baton Rouge, LA Rouse, Darrell; Corpus Christi Rowe, Bill; Lancaster Rowe, George; Spring Rowe, Robin; Dallas Royal, Teresa; Houston 436 — Freshmen Ruggiero, Donna; Houston Ruhl, Laurie, Ennis Rumbaugh, Martin, San Antonio Russell, Bobby; Houston Russell, Deedra; Houston Russell, Gene; Richmond Russell, Ken; Nacogdoches Russell, Marian; Clarksville Russell, Sharon; Houston Russell, Thomas; Dumas Rutherford, Jimmie Lou; Lufkm Rutherford, Sherrye; Goodrich Rutledge, Laura; Orange Ryan, Elizabeth; Houston Ryan, Patricia; Houston Sabec, Denise; Conroe Sachnik, Shelley; Houston Safer, David; Vidor Saitta, Mary; Houston Samuel, Mark; Fort Sam Houston Sanders, Jon; San Antonio Sando, Patricia; Fort Worth Sanford, Darrell; Center Sanner, Paul , Fort Worth Sartin. Grover; Dallas Saunders, Laurie; Dallas Saunooke, Kevin; Grand Prairie Savage. Wayne; Dallas Sawyer, David; Houston Scales, Mark; Tyler Scates, Jonathan; Stafford Schaef er, Betsy A. ; Houston Schaefer, David; Houston Schaef er, Michael, Pasadena Schaffner, David; Wichita Falls Schardt, Christeli; Houston Schermerhorn, Peter; Houston Scherwitz, Cindy. Houston Schmidt, Frank; Nacogdoches Schmidt, Pauline; Spring Schmidt, Rick; Midland Schmitz, Linda; Euless Schneider, Karen; Houston Schneider, Phil; Houston Schoenberg, Debra, Bridge City Schoeps, Cynthia; Ennis Schoettler, Donna; Jasper Schrades, Beverly; Cypress Freshmen — 437 Schrader, David; Fort Worth Schrank, Bill; Naperville, IL Schrank, Stephen; El Paso Schrickel, Stacy; Arlington Schroif, William; Houston Schuller, Steve; Houston Schulz, Rob; Houston Schwartz, Neil; Humble Scott, Byers; San Antonio Scott, John; Fort Worth Scott, Judy; Fort Worth Scott, Karen; Nacogdoches Freshmen Scott, Sara; Bedford Scott, William; Carrollton Screws, Donna; Hughes Springs Scurlock, Shelley; Houston Seaman, Laura; Dallas Selastian, Scott; Dallas Segler, Robert; Waxahachie Segrest, Teresa; Lufkin Segura, Esther; Houston Sembera, Kathryn, Houston Sessions, Karen; Jasper Sepulveda, Cindy; San Antonio Seymore, Cheryl; Wells Shaid, Sandra; Dallas Sharon, Gale; Houston Sharpe, Michael; Athens Shaver, Rodney , Crockett Sheets, Phil; Alexandria, VA Shelley, Steven; Garland Shelton, Elizabeth; Lufkin Shelton, Tony; McKinney Sherman, Martha; San Antonio Sherill, Paul; Arlington Sherry, Duane; Dallas Sherwin, Jim; Waco Shields, Steve; Pearland Shively, Stephen; Irving Shofner, Mark; Nacogdoches Sholmire, Carol, Shelby ville Shrader, Lisa; Lampasas Shuf lin, Ginny; Houston Shumway, Joanne; San Antonio Siefert, Linda; Fort Worth Siegert, Kenneth; Houston Skelley, Carl; Crowley Skinner, Mark; San Antonio 4 ft 2 438 — Freshmen Sigmon, Susan; White Oak Silverstein, Brenda; Galena Park Simmons, James; Dallas Simmons, Sam; Harlingen Simmons, Steve; Houston Simons, Lisa; Irving Simpson, Becky; Fort Worth Simpson, Jacldyn; Conroe Simpson, Mary, Houston Sims, Jenny; Houston Sims, Lesa; Dumas Simson, Laura; Dallas Freshmen Singleton, Mary; Humble Singleton, Terry ; Nacogdoches Singley, Evelyn; Longview Sipes, Kevin; Mesquite Sitton, John; Fort Worth Slay, Ray; Fort Worth Sledge, Anna, Houston Smith, Anne; Dallas Smith, Cathy; Geneva Smith, Cindy; Houston Smith, Dale, Houston Smith, Francis; Lancaster Smith, Fred, San Antonio Smith, George; Houston Smith, Greg, Garland Smith, Hank, Houston Smith, Holly, Smithfield Smith, Jana, Houston Smith, Jeff , Irving Smith, Karen; Houston Smith, Kim; Galveston Smith, Larry; Wall, SD Smith, Leesa; Longview Smith, Maria; Granbury Smith, Mark; Houston Smith, Martha; Orange Smith, Mary; Garrison Smith, Melanie, Port Lavaca Smith, Melony; Liberty Smith, Olga; Terrell Smith, Peggy; Houston Smith, Randall; Grand Prairie Smith, Randy, Odessa Smith, Richard, Hemphill Smith, Rickey, Lone Star Smith, Sandy; Dallas Freshmen — 439 Smith, Schaun; Houston Smith, Scott; Houston Smith. Stewart; Arlington Smith, Stuart, Dallas Smith, Susan; Ferris Smith, Terri, Bridge City Smith, William; Garland Snell, Mikie; Port Arthur Snellings, Patrick; Hillsboro Snipes, Diane; Lancaster Snyder, Robert; Alto Solie, Karen, Houston Freshmen Sonnen, Edward; San Antonio Southerland, Nicky, Dallas Southern, Sheryl; Houston Sowers, Wendy; Fort Worth Sparks, Richard; Nacogdoches Speights, Alfred; Beaumont Spencer, Mary; Austin Spetter, Marsha; Dallas Spiegel, Terri; Arlington Spies, John; Richardson Spillner, Dawn, Dallas Spitz, Randall; Lake Jackson Spoonts, Cynthia; Dallas Sprague, Cindy, Fort Worth Sprague, Gloria; Houston Springer, Bradley; Fort Worth Sprull, Lisa; Providence, RI Stacey, Mark; Los Fresnos Stadt, Vicki; San Antonio Staffa, Debra; Rusk Staggs, Larry; Houston Stahl, Linda, Houston Stahl, Linda; Houston Stalcup, John ; Conroe Stalnaker, Catherine, Athens Stamy, Paul; Friendswood Standerfer, Mellie; McKinney Standish, Robert; Houston Stanford, Jo, Dallas Stanley, Barry; Houston Stanley, Donna; Houston Stanley, Kent; Arlington Staples, Monique; Houston Stark, Janet, DeSoto Starrett, Theresa, Lufkin Stavinoha, Robert; Rosenberg 440 — Freshmen Stearman, Alan; Austin Stearman, Susan; Dallas Steed, Lisa; Nacogdoches Steffen, Pete; Dallas Stef fen, Susan; Houston Steffler, Jim; Orange Steineger, Michael; Richardson Steinmann, Elizabeth; Houston Stephens, John; Anna Stephens, Susan; Irving Stephenson, Janice; Mt. Pleasant Stevenson, John, Lufkin Stewart, David; Lufkin Stewart, Ted; Lufkin Still, Joseph; Wylie Still, Kimberly; Garland Stiller, Randy; Waxahachie Stinson, Cindi, Omaha Stirl, Denise; Portland Stockton, Graham; Orange Stockwell, Michael; Houston Stone, Karen; Dallas Stone, Kimm, Waco Stone, Lonnie; Lufkin Storey, Karen; San Benito Stoute, Bill; Odessa Stover, Howard; Houston Strack, Cynthia; Spring Strate, Robert; Lake Jackson Straw, Craig; Humble Strawn, Nancy, Bloomington, IL Street, Kathy; Orange Streit, Brad; Taylor Strickland, James, San Angelo Stubblef ield, Stacy, Chireno Stubbs, Gail; Dallas Studer. Mike, Irving Stupka, Vicki, Port Neches Groves Sturdivant. Diann, Irving Suggs, Donna; Arlington Sullivan, Cindy; Marshall Sullivan, Lauri; Dallas Suter, Susan; Dallas Sutton, Glenn; San Antonio Swanson, Lucy; Jacksonville Swanson, Steven; Dallas Swatzell, David; Magnolia Sykes, Holly; Lufkin Freshmen — 441 Taggart.Jon; Fort Worth Taggart, Karen; Friendswood Taggart, Kathic; Friendswood Tarbcl, Chris; Tulsa, OK Tardif, Gary; Farmers Branch Tankersley, Robin; Houston Tannery, Kent; Nacogdoches Tarpley, Robert; Garland Taylor, Andrea; Nacogdoches Taylor, Gary; Center Taylor, Kathi; Nederland Tavlor, Tim; Fort Worth Taylor, Nicky; Piano Teague, Joe; Hurst Teague, Lori; Houston Teer, Dani; Missouri City Teichman, Brian; Dallas Templeton, Bonita; Bonham Templeton, Thomas; Houston Tenison, Steve; Dallas Terrell, Cathy; Golden Terry, Brenda; Lufkin Thedford, Patricia; Rusk Thetford. Christy; Joshua Thibodeaux, Steve; Houston Thirolf.Joe; Houston Thomas, Cathy; Houston Thomas, Cindy, Dickinson Thomas, Debbie; Dickinson Thomas, Mike; Lone Star Thomas, Vicki; Houston Thompson, Alicia, Magnolia Thompson, Deborah; San Antonio Thompson, Grady; Fort Worth Thompson, Kim; Mineola Thompson, Lisa; Irving Thompson, Mary; Malakoff Thornton, Candy , Bellaire Thornton, Larry; Fort Worth Thornton, William; San Antonio Threlkeld, Dave; Seabrook Tiller, Kevin; Orange Tillman, Carl; Fort Worth Tillman, Joe; Corpus Christi Timmons, Jeanette; Webster Tinsley, Leslie; Fort Worth Tinsley, Tom; Houston Tippett, Diana. Houston 442 — Freshmen I Tipton, Judy; New Summerfield Tipton, Mike; San Antonio Tittle,. Janice; Fort Worth Tobias, Sameul; Dallas Todd-Brown, Deborah; Houston Todd, Donna, Houston Todd, Mary; Dallas Tompkins, H. L. ; Dallas Tompkins, Karen; Dallas Tompkins, Patti; Richmond Toney, Mike; Hemphill Toole, Teresa; Houston Toon, Martha; Houston Torabian, Kamran; Nacogdoches Town send, Janet, Reklaw Townsend, Robin; Reklaw Townson, Karen; Beaumont Towse, Dana; Houston Tracey, William; Houston Tramez, Tim, Fort Worth Travis, Justin; Leander Traylor, Jean; Wiergate Trenkle, Kitry; Kilgore Trich, James; Longview Troutz, Steve; Fort Worth Trowbridge, Charles; Houston Truax, Terry; Fort Worth Tuck, Laurie; Omaha Tucker, Stephen; Huffman Turner, Charles; Gilmer Turner, Debbie; Anahuac Turner, Edward; Spring Turner, Karen, Dallas Turney, Mark; Irving Tutt, Cynthia; Garrison Tuttle, Lisa; Kansas City. MO Uhyrek, Allen; Houston Upshaw, Frederick; Douglass Upton, Stephen, Fort Worth Uresti, Ophilia; Nacogdoches Uthoff, Julia; Victoria Vallarino, Ramona, Austin Van Berkel, Debbie; Dallas Vanden Dries, Beatrice; Houston Vardeman, Tenna; Nacogdoches Vaughan, Kimm; Pearland Vaughan, Sharon; Killeen Vaughan, Tammy; Bedford Freshmen — 443 Vaughn, Sandra; Dallas Vaut, Paul. Pasadena Vetter, Carolyn; Richardson Viator, Anita; Port Arthur Vickcry, Michael; Texas City Vidovich, Nacy; LaMarque Vines, Deborah; Piano Vogt, Donna; Carrollton Voiding, Julie; Dallas Vollmar, William; Houston Voyles.Joni; Houston Voyles, Sheila; Fort Worth Wade, Diane; Victoria Wade, Lynne; Denison Wafts, Gilbert; Texarkana Wagley, Delaine; Dallas Wagner, Boren; San Antonio Wagner, Mark, Mesquite Wahl, Karry; Houston Walker, Cathy; Lampasas Walker, Elise; Houston Walker, Gary, Longview Walker, Gayla; Houston Walker, John; Brazoria Walker, Karen; Duncanville Walker, Kenneth; Corsicana Walker, Mark, Hurst Walker, Mark; Newton Walker, Michael; Houston Walker, Suzanne; Houston Wall, Delores; Piano Wall, Will; Austin Wallace, Carl; Lufkin Wallace, Karen; Nacogdoches Wallace, Mark; Fort Worth Wallace, Pamela; Lewisville Wallace, Sharon; Nacogdoches Wallace, Thomas; Houston Wallick, Scott; Garland Walsh, Michael; Dallas Walsh, Pat; Houston Waltman, Tamera; Piano Walton, Sandra; Lufkin Walz, Mark; Liberty Wantland, Roy; Dallas Ward, Gina; Piano Ward, Jeri, San Augustine Ware. John; Dallas 444 — Freshmen Ware, Michael; Garland Warner, Teresa; Seabrook Warren, Janet, Houston Warren, Karen, Dallas Warwick, Mark; Dickinson Warwick, William; Irving Waterfield, Richard; Canadian Watkins, John; Houston Watson, Bambi; Monahens Watson, Curtis; Nacogdoches Watson, Steve; Kilgore Watts. Carol; Houston 1 a " A ' Freshmen Watts, Rebecca; Fort Worth Weatherford, Catherine; Richmond Weathers, Leslie; Houston Weathersby, Beverly; Houston Weathersby, Dale; Houston Weaver, Joseph; Nacogdoches Weaver, Ronald; Longview Weaver, Tab; Lewisville Weaver, Ronnie; Dallas Webb, Carolyn, Houston Webb, Lisa; Arlington Webb, Ronald; Dallas Webb, Susan ; Houston Weber, Laurie; Groves Weber, Renee; Texas City Weede, Melissa, LaMarque Weeks, Charles; Lufkin Weeks, Doug, Laredo Weersing, Tom; Richardson Wein, David, Greenville Weinch, Emily; Tomball Weise, Charles; Dallas Weller.John; Dallas Welling, William; Dalhart Wellman, Jimmy; Longview Wells, Doris; Carrollton Welsh, Randy; Irving Welter, Mark; Houston Werner, Lynne; Houston Westcott, Linda; Livingston Westmoreland, Kay; Corpus Christi Wethington, Chris; Gruver Wheat, Gail; Jacksonville Wheat, Tommy; Dollas Wheeler, Jim; Nacogdoches Wheeler, Lisa; Dallas Freshmen — 445 Whitley, James; Corpus Christi Whitton, Tamara; Lufkin Wiatt, Donald; San Augustine Wickes, Carolyn; Dallas Wiederhold, Lynn; Richardson Wier, Kimberley; Irving Wiggman, Judy; Houston Wilbanks, Pam; Athens Wilcox, Pam; Rusk Wiles, Debbie. Liberty Wilkerson, Gary; Garland Wilkins, Bob, Center Willey, Karin; Houston Williams, Charles, Tomball Williams, Cynthia; Lake Jackson Williams, David; Dallas Williams, Kim; Dallas Williams, Mark; Fort Worth Williams, Paula; Fort Worth Williams, Robby; San Antonio Williams, Ronnie, San Antonio Williams, R V Jr., Nacogdoches Williams, Susan; Beaumont Williams, Terry; Houston Williamson, Gina; Garrison Williamson, Joan; Anna Williamson, Linda; Galveston Williford, Lou; Dallas Willis. Clifton, Tyler Willis, Elaine; Richardson Willmon, Gary; Lufkin Willson, Robin; Richardson Wilson, David; Sherman Wilson, Frances; Pollok Wilson, Laura; Marshall Wilson, Louis; Corpus Christi 446 — Freshmen Wilson, Sally, Troup Wilson, Sheryl; Houston Wilson, William; Jasper Wimberley, Sara; Dallas Windle, Patti; Wichita Falls Winkle, Dawn; Irving Winslett, Mike; Dallas Winters, Kathy; Waco Winters, William; Harlingen Wise, Katherine; Houston Wishon, Brenda; Houston Witham, Kevin, Fort Worth Witt, Larry; Nacogdoches Witte.Jane, Pasadena Witte, Terry; Piano Witts, Elane; Dallas Wofford, Cindy; Athens Wolf, Michael, Lake Jackson Wolff, Nancy; Houston Wolff, Sharon, Dallas Woodall, Russell; Irving Woodle, Daniel; Gladewater Woodling, Jo; Friendswood Woods, David; Richardson Woods, Sally; San Augustine Woodson, Johnny; Grand Prairie Wooldridge, Pam; Alta Loma Woolfolk, Nina; Fort Worth Woolley, Cheryl; Crockett Wooten, Freddie; Crockett Wooten, Melvis; Crockett Worbington, Holly; Houston Worden, David, Fort Worth Worden, William; San Antonio Works, Chris; San Antonio Worthy, Laura; Warren Wright, Charles; Lone Star Wright, Don; Port Neches Wright, Kay; Dallas Wright, Teresa; Garrison Wylie, Cynthia; LaMarque Wynn.Jeri; Allen Wynn, Kayla; League City Wyrick, Gary; Garland Yarborough, Elizabeth; Irving Yarborough, Ronnie; Bellaire Yarotsky, Nana; Houston Yaw, Donna; Bay town Freshmen — 447 448 - Freshmen I, Aaron, Joseph; Opp, AL, Fresh Abraham, Brenda; Marshall, Fresh. Acers, Lori; Dallas, Soph Adams, Louis; Center, Soph. Adams, Mary, Irving, Soph. Adams, Mary; Nacogdoches, Fresh. Akeroyd, Cindy; Humble, Soph. Akers, Thomas; Houston, Soph. Albury, Steve; Houston, Soph. Alegre, Bonnie; Woodville, Fresh. Allen, Bev; Sweeny, Junior Allen, Cheryl; Piano, Fresh. Allen, Greg; Jasper, Fresh Allen, Janese; Grand Prairie, Soph. Allen, Lane; Houston, Fresh. Allen, Sara; Lufkin, Soph. AJlred, Stan; Tyler, Soph. Althaus, Amy; Kyle, Soph. Spring Registrants Anderson, Jean ; Corsicana, Junior Anderson, Karl; Dallas, Soph. Anderson, Mark; Dallas, Soph. Anderson, Michael; Texas City, Soph. Anderson, Mike; Houston, Soph. Anderson, Tim; Nacogdoches, Soph. Anglin, Donnie; Kilgore, Senior Anthony, Donna; Irving, Soph. Antley, Marion; Dickinson, Soph. Appleton, Debra; Henderson, Junior Applewhite, Janet; Piano, Fresh. Armistead, Betsy; Austin, Soph. Arnold, Doug; Arlington, Fresh. Arrington, Joe; Garrison, Fresh. Ash, David; Beaumont, Soph. Askins, Sally; Dallas, Grad. Atherton, Jim; Conroe, Senior Arwood, Fred, Tyler, Junior Ault, Robert; Longview; Fresh. Austin, Elizabeth; Houston, Junior Babb, Bill; Dallas, Fresh. Badley, Mary; Lufkin, Fresh. Bailey, Billie; Humble, Grad. Bailey, David, Longview, Senior Bain, Robert; El Paso, Fresh. BaJfay, Mike; Tyler, Junior Ball, Daniel; Van Horn, Soph Balleste, Bartha; Puerto Rico, Grad. Ballew, Linda; Jacksonville, Fresh. Ballman, John; Reklaw, Grad. 449 Barjum, Dennis; Honduras, Fresh. Barringer, Michelle; Dallas, Grad. Bartholomew, David; Texas Ciry. Junior Bates, Gary; Nacogdoches, Junior Beal.Jeanae; Dallas, Fresh. Beall, Roxanne; Tatum, Soph. Beavers, Darrell; Nacogdoches, Fresh. Beck, Carla; Houston, Soph. Beghtol, Karl, Houston, Fresh. Belk, Dennye; Huntington, Soph. Bell, Alberta; Lufkin, Grad. Bell, Glenda; Gladewater, Junior Beltran, Ramon; Venezuela, Junior Bennett, Dawn; Garland, Fresh. Berger, Charlotte; Fort Worth, Fresh. Berglund, Steven; Marshall, Soph. Berryman, William; Groves, Junior Best, James; Elysian Fields, Soph. Spring Registrants Bilderback, John; Houston, Soph. Bird, Jackie; Tyler, Junior Birdwell, Robert; Ratcliff , Soph. Bishop, Beverly; Houston, Soph. Bishop, Kim; Longview, Soph. Blackburn, Jim; Nacogdoches, Fresh. Blondstein, Steven; Kary, Fresh. Bogue, Donald; Timpson, Fresh. Boledo, Orlando; Houston, Soph. Bonham, Ronnie; Texas City, Junior Booker, Gorden; Shady Grove, Junior Borski, Kenneth; Houston, Soph. Bounds, Greg; Dallas, Junior Bourne, David; Houston, Senior Bowen, Luanne; Fort Worth, Grad. Bowman, Ronald; Jacksonville, Senior Boyette, John; Center, Senior Bozeman, Paul; Lufkin, Senior Braden, Bruce; Lufkin, Soph. Bradford, Tim; Dallas, Fresh. Brandt, Linda; Houston, Fresh. Braswell.Jo Lynn; Baytown, Junior Brennan, Thomas; Nacogdoches, Junior Brittain, Hilliard; Lufkin, Fresh. Brittain, Pamela; Silsbee, Fresh. Brooks, Alice; Henderson, Senior Brooks, Carl ; Apple Springs, Senior Brown, Debra; Center, Junior Brown, Don; Houston, Fresh. Brown, Kennith; Hooks.Junior U mm. ■■ 4 x i Mm m mX jZ) ' Q 450 Brown, Randall; Garland, Soph. Broylcs, Teresa; Houston, Fresh. Brugger, Debbie; Houston, Junior Brundrett, Jan; Houston, Fresh. Bryan, Steven ; Spring, Soph. Buchtler, Richard; Houston, Senior Budd, Norman; Garland, Senior Bugg, Theresa; San Antonio, Soph. Burger, John; Austin, Fresh. Burk, Sheryl; Nacogdoches, Fresh. Burnham, Vernon; Houston, Soph. Burson, Roy; Tyler, Soph. Bushnell, Cleigh; Beaumont, Fresh. Butler, Beth; Dallas, Junior Butler, Nelda; Palestine, Senior Campbell, Harry; Sanibel Island, Junior Campbell, James; Mexia, Fresh. Campbell, Stuart; San Antonio, Junior Spring Registrants ' iir v iff Cantrell, Judy; Houston, Junior Cardwell, Teresa, Houston, Senior Carlton, Doug; Center, Fresh. Carlton, Renee; Lufkin, Soph. Carnley, Joe; Paris, Grad. Carter, Sharon; Corsicana, Fresh. Carter, Sherry; Hubbard, Soph. Cary, Angela; Rusk, Soph. Casey, Allen; Corpus Christi, Soph. Cavazos, Charlotte; Henderson, Senior Cecil, Sybil; Cleburne, Soph. Celestino, Monxeal; Corpus Christi, Soph. Chase, Wendy ; Richardson, Soph. Chermely, Janette; Grand Prairie, Fresh. Cherry, Timothea; Nacog doches, Soph. Christian, Lionell; Villister, Fresh. Christian, Pam; Henderson, Junior Christian, Pam; Missouri, Fresh. Clark, Debi; Orange, Fresh. Clark, Leean; Dallas, Soph. Clark, Nelson; LaPorte, Soph. Clark, Ronny; Fort Worth, Junior Clark, Tamara; Greenville, Soph. Clegg, Lloyd; Huntington, Junior Coffer, Michael; Lake Jackson, Senior Cole, Larry; Beaumont, Junior Colgate, Jeanne; Dallas, Soph. Collier, Debbie; Longview, Senior Conofax, Debbie; Poolville, Soph. Conn, Deborah; Dallas, Soph. 451 Conner, Becky; Douglass, Fresh. Corbett, William; Dallas, Senior Cornett, Clarice; Houston, Fresh. Cother.John; Fort Worth,Junior Coulter, Janice; Dallas, Soph. Cowan, Beverly; Texas City Junior Cox, Constance; Nacogdoches, Graci. Craig, Melony; Longview, Senior Crawford, David; Houston, Fresh. Crawford, Karen; Dallas, Junior Crawford, Michael, Dallas, Senior Cross, Linda; Lufkin, Fresh. Crouse, Vhonda; Abilene, Fresh. Crowley, Maureen; Houston, Senior Cruse, Jackie; Shelbyville, Senior Cummings, Mike, Dallas, Soph. Cune, Michael; Kaufman, Junior Dahlem, James; Houston, Grad. Spring Registrants Dahnke, Linda; Ferris, Soph. Dailey, John; Garland, Junior Dalby, Roy; Daingerf ield, Junior Daniels, Robert; Greenville, Senior Davidson, Veronica; Marshall, Fresh. Davis, Lynn; Dallas, Junior Davis, Randy; Arlington, Soph. Dealey, Josie; Dallas, Fresh. Decuir, Joseph; Lufkin, Soph. Defazio, Joseph; Dallas, Fresh. DeLuca, Louis; LaPorte, Soph. Dempsey, Susan; Houston, Soph. Denson, Elaine; Arlington, Junior Denton, Rebecca; Houston, Junior Deossade, Anthony; San Antonio, Fresh. Deptula, Carole, Elmhurst, IL, Grad. Desilets, Dan; Houston, Junior Deuel, Linda, San Juan, Grad. Dickinson, Jimmy; Carthage, Soph. Dickson, Dolly; Ennis, Soph. Dillard, Jean Ann; Austin, Senior Dillow, Kim; Garland, Fresh. Dixon, Angela; Longview, Fresh. Donahoe, Rita, Houston, Soph. Donnelly, Molly; Houston, Fresh. Dorsey, Kipper; Henderson, Soph. Dowden, Al; Houston, Soph. Dowdy, Gary; Houston, Senior Dowell, Carolyn; Longview, Soph. Drennan, Thomas; Ore City, Fresh. 452 mi 7M Spring Registrants Driskell, Roger; Houston, Soph. Driskill, William; Crockett, Senior Drummond, Deidre; Houston, Junior Dublin, Robert; Jacksonville, Soph. Duffey, Kati; Richardson, Soph. Dugan, Frank; Longview, Junior Duke, Douglas ; Graham, Senior Dunbar, Lisa; Houston, Fresh. Duncan, Brad; San Antonio, Soph. Dunlap, Eddie; Garland, Junior Eads, Susan ; Karnack, Fresh. Earle, Selena; Jacksonville, Senior East, Patrick; Fort Worth, Soph. Edge, Debbie; Carthage, Fresh. Egger, Rod; Irving, Soph. Elliot, Joel; Houston, Fresh. Ellison, Mary; Fort Worth, Soph. Emerson, Don; Douglass, Junior Epperson, David; Fort Worth, Junior Epstein, Mike; Dallas, Fresh. Eshchuk, Ellen; New York, Junior Eshragh, Hamid; Iran, Senior Eshragh, Mehdi; Iran, Grad. Etheredge, Joseph; Waco, Junior Ewing, Kent; Dallas, Soph. Ewing, Ray; Nacogdoches, Fresh. Fagerquist, Carol; Dallas, Soph. Fare, Shelley; Nacogdoches, Fresh. Fatheree, Ralinda; Luf kin, Fresh. Fayard, Scott; Nacogdoches, Senior Felderhoff, Doris; Muenster, Junior Ferguson, William; Houston, Soph. Fernandez, Betty; Houston, Junior Fine, Tom; San Antonio, Soph. Fisher, Marcy; Longview, Soph. Flarity, Paula; Lufkin, Grad. Hetcher, Denice; Marshall, Fresh. Flowers, Robert; Houston, Fresh. Flynn, Genovese; Linden, Fresh. Folger, Lisa; Victoria, Junior Folse, Kim; Port Neches, Junior Fomby, Pamela; Texarkana, Soph. Forbes, Bruce; Marshall, Junior Forbes, Kris; Decatur, Soph. Forester, Donna; Fort Worth, Junior Forsythe, Dwain; Lufkin, Senior Foster, Larry; Grand Prairie, Soph. Fouts, Nancy; Fort Worth, Fresh. Fowler, David; Richardson, Fresh. Fraliek, Mitchell; Katy, Fresh. Freeman, Lou Ann; Dai ngerfield. Junior Freeman, Ross; Spring, Fresh. Frey, Howard; Port Neches, Soph. Friedel, Cherie; Waco, Soph. Frields, Gary; Waco, Grad Frizzell, Janet ; Dickinson, Soph Fry, Kathryn; Houston, Soph Fuller, Helen; Nacogdoches, Soph Funderburlc, Gary; Huffman, Soph Gabbert, Debbie; Dickinson, Fresh Galyen, Karen; Waco, Soph. Gann, Cathy; Whitcsboro, Junior Garner, John; Dallas, Fresh. Garretson, Larry; Austin, Junior Gates, Robert; Tomball, Fresh. Gates, Tom; Tomball, Fresh. Geffert, Michael; Houston, Soph. George, Dan ; Fort Worth, Junior George, Ellen; Nacogdoches, Junior Gibson, Brad; Bellaire, Fresh. Giles, Delton; Texarkana, Fresh. Gilmore, Carolyn; Wichita Falls, Junior Gilyard, Cynthia; Nacogdoches, Scph. Gise, Dan; Garland, Senior Glenn, Kim; Fort Worth, Junior Goode, Dale; Richardson, Fresh. Gooding, Rickey; Amarillo, Fresh. Goodncr, Nancy ; Nacogdoches, Junior Graham, Evelyn; Dallas, Soph. Graham, James; North Carolina, Grad. Graham, Jim ; Jasper, Junior Granberry, James ; Douglassville, Soph. Grant, John; Austin, Senior Grass, Randy; Houston, Senior Gravellc, Kathy; Houston, Soph. Graves, Linda; Palestine, Soph. Gray, Rita; Lufkin, Soph. Green, Jacqueline; Houston, Junior Green, Linda; Henderson, Grad. Green, Susan; Hawaii, Soph. Greenway, Mary; Iran, Soph. Grigar, Rudy; Pearland, Soph. Grimland, Joel; Nacogdoches, Soph. Groth, Sybil; Bclton, Junior Guess, Delona; Amarillo, Senior Guevara, Ruben; Honduras, Senior 454 Guiles, Mark; Fort Worth, Fresh. Guiles, Tom; Fort Worth, Fresh. Guinn, Roger; Fort Worth, Junior Gunn, Debbie; Deweyville, Junior Hall, Ava; Fort Worth, Fresh. Hall, Kathy; Henderson, Soph. Hall, Lindsey; Texarkana, Junior Hallnck, April; Van Alstyne, Fresh. Hankms, Matthew, Washington D C, Soph Hannon, Dan; Houston, Soph. Hardy, Bill; Silsbee, Fresh. Harnell, David; Longview, Junior Harris, Charlie; Lufkin, Fresh. Harris, Jerry; Irving, Soph- Harris, Rena; Nixon, Senior Harrison, Becky; Dallas, Soph. Harrison, Chris; Dallas, Fresh. Harrison, Mike; Houston, Junior Spring Registrants Harshell, Everett; Henderson, Soph. Hart, Amy, Houston, Fresh. Hart, Jessica; Nacogdoches, Grad. Hart, Victor; Nacogdoches, Grad. Hartley, Mike; Nacogdoches, Senior Hartman, Julie; New York, Soph. Hartmann, Donna; Lufkin, Fresh. Haulbrook, Virginia; LaPorte, Fresh. Hausman, Ronald; Houston, Soph. Hauthorne, Don; Nacogdoches, Junior Hayes, Michael; Houston, Fresh. Haynes, Michael ; Roscoe, Senior Hayward, Debbie; Richardson, Soph. Hearne, Gary; Longview, Post Grad. Hefner, Dansel; Troup, Soph. Heilman, Linda; Nacogdoches, Junior Heintzelman, Jim; Big Lake, Senior Henderson, James; Houston, Fresh. Hendrickson, Stuart; Houston, Fresh. Hennington, James; Texarkana, Senior Henson, Joe; Athens, Soph Herchman, Randy; Duncanville, Junior Hester, Melissa; Abilene, Junior Hicks, Steve; Lufkin, Senior Higgins, Sandra; Rusk, Senior Hightower, Elton; San Augustine, Junior Hightower, Rita; Midland, Fresh. Hightower, Robert; Lufkin, Junior Hinchliffe, David, Farth,Junior Hogan, Ron; Tenaha, Senior 455 Hoffman, Wendy; Austin, Soph. Holley, Susan; Denton, Soph. Hollywood, Steve; Dallas, Soph. Holmes, Cheryl; Montgomery, Junior Honea, Landa; Longview, Soph. Hooker, Robert; Tyler, Senior Hooks, Gndy; Henderson, Soph. Houston, William; Crockett, Fresh. Hudson, Douglas; Beclcville, Senior Hudson, Stan ; Brownsville, Senior Hudson, Vasti; Nacogdoches, Junior Hughes, Glynn ; Longview, Junior Hughes, James; Fort Worth, Fresh. Hughston, Kathy; Brownsville, Senior Hunt, Sheila; Brookeland, Fresh. Hurley, Kaleen; Arlington, Senior Husband, Ronald; Lufkin, Senior Hutton, Amy; Lake Jackson, Junior Spring Registrants! Ingram, Jim; Texas City, Soph. Irving, Gary; Conroe, Fresh. Ishee, Nada; Houston, Soph. Israel, Nancy; Richardson, Soph. Itani, Abdul; Lebanon, Fresh. Ivey, Virginia; Houston, Fresh. Ivy, Randal; Nacogdoches, Soph. Jackson, Sheila; Jacksonville, Soph. James, Mary; Houston, Fresh. Jimenez, Rome; Virginia, Junior Johnson, Cindi; San Antonio, Soph. Johnson, Gary; Houston, Senior Johnson, Jeff ; Waxahachie, Fresh. Johnson, Jennifer; Mexia, Senior Johnson, Jimie; Jasper, Grad. Johnson, Richard; Corpus Christi, Soph. Johnson, Sheila; Nacogdoches, Soph. Johnson, Warren ; Dallas, Fresh. Johnston, Steve; Dumas, Soph. Jones, Harland; Texarkana, Soph. Jones, Jeanne; Houston, Fresh. Jones, Karen; Arlington, Soph. Jones, Lynn; Lufkin, Junior Jones, Susan; Houston, Soph. Jordan, Clif ; Richardson, Soph. Jozwiak, Rose; Hempstead, Soph. Kaler, Jeffrey; Houston, Senior Kaley, Kevin; Houston, Fresh. Karkosky, Kathy; Buffalo, Fresh. Karkosky, Robert; Buffalo, Fresh. 456 V Karkosky, Steven; Houston, Fresh. Kassoft, John; Longview, Junior Keating, John, Winnie, Junior Kelley, David; Piano, Junior Kemp, Edward; Corpus Christi, Senior Kennedy, Mary; Marshall, Senior Kennedy, Russell; Victoria, Soph. Kennedy, Steven; Belton, Junior Kennemer, Doug; Arlington, Soph. Khan, Habib, Pakistan, Fresh. Kilgore, David; Seabrook, Soph. King, Curtis; Irving, Senior Kinnaird, Stephen, Baton Rouge, Senior Kinnear, Frank, Nacogdoches, Post Grad. Kirkpatrick, Chris; Houston, Fresh. Kirkwood, Jackie; Athens, Soph. Kite, Alan, Orange, Junior Klapprott, Carla; Arlington, Junior Spring Registrants I Br C k Kliesing, Ray; Pearland, Senior KJijn, Marlou, Marshall, Fresh. Knick, Kim; Dallas, Soph. Knight, Earl; Angleton, Junior Knox, Glynis; Dallas, Soph. Koch, Karen; Longview, Soph. Kraner.Jeff ; Houston, Fresh. Kuhns, Ron; Spring, Fresh. Kyles, Sybil; Jasper, Senior Lacy, Joe; Center, Fresh. Lamarr, Margaret; Nacogdoches, Fresh. Landers, Anne; Broaddus, Grad Lanning, William; Fnendswood, Soph. Larned, Chester; Marshall, Senior Latham, Laura; Nacogdoches, Soph. Latimer, Jim; Temple, Junior Laurence, Nancy; Ennis, Senior Lawson, Ira; Corpus Christi, Junior Leaman, Mark; Fort Worth, Soph Lee, Nancy; Kilgore, Grad Leeroy.Joe; Euless, Fresh Lemon, Anna; Nacogdoches, Senior Letever, Steven; San Antonio, Fresh. Lewis, Eric; Jacksonville, Senior Lewis, Larry; Fort Worth, Soph Lewis, Mack; Webster, Soph. Lewis, Stephen; Dallas, Senior Licea, Tim; Houston, Grad Lincecum, Steven; Fort Worth, Senior Liner, Janice; Kilgore, Junior 457 Lippe, Charlotte; Odessa, Senior Little, Janice; Douglass, Senior Littman, Christine; Richardson, Soph. Lloyd, William; Sacul, Grad. Locker, Robert; Houston, Fresh. Lodge, Tom ; Houston, Soph. Long, David; Midland, Fresh. Loomis, Rollin; Jefferson, Junior Lorenz, Donald; Ohio, Fresh Lorenz, Stover; Athens, Senior Lovegren, Lewis; Dallas, Fresh. Lovett, David; Katy, Senior Lovett, Helen; Nacogdoches, Senior Lowe, Cindy; Houston, Junior Loyd, William; Gilmer, Senior Luce, Robert; Pollak, Senior Ludwig, Kenni, Silsbee, Fresh. Lutz, Robin; Houston, Junior Spring Registrants Lydia, Sheila; Woodville, Senior Maclean, Scott; Corpus Chnsti, Soph. Magness, Jacque; Fort Worth, Soph. Maines, Randall; Longview, Soph. Malloy, Donna; Galveston, Soph. Malone, Pamela; Liberty, Senior Mangham, Billy; Pampa, Grad. Mankin, Rhonda; Angleton, Soph. Mann, Cindy; Spring, Junior Mann, True; Spring, Grad. Manuel, Dan; Palestine, Junior Maradiago, Jose; Honduras, Soph. Marrow, Mark; Paris, Junior Martin, Brad; Arlington, Soph. Martin, Katheryn; Louisiana, Grad. Martinez, Sergio; Harlingen, Fresh. Matzinger, Phil; Houston, Senior May, James; Lufkin, Senior Mayfield, Glenn; Uvalde, Senior McArthur, Anne; Brownfield, Junior McDaniel, Kim; Nacogdoches, Soph. McDaniel, Mary; Angelton, Senior McDonald, Pamela; Ohio, Senior McElroy, Fred; Dallas, Fresh. McFarland, Thorn; Nacogdoches, Grad. McGinns, Nancy; Houston, Fresh. McGown, Marie; Houston, Senior McGrath, Kathleen; San Antonio, Fresh. McKinney, Jo; Atlanta, Senior McLeroy, Raymond; Tyler, Soph. 458 McNeel, Patrice; Dallas, Junior McNutt, Paul; Irving, Senior Meares, Connie; Piano, Fresh. Meek, Robert; Brownfield, Junior Meeks.Jan; Seabrook, Fresh. Mejia, Miguel; Honduras, Soph. Melton, Mary, McLean, Senior Michael, Janis; Houston, Junior Miller, Edna; Dallas, Senior Miller, Glen, Dallas, Soph. Miller, Katherine; Seabrook, Fresh. Miller, Pamela; Longview, Junior Mills, Matt; Dallas, Senior Mills, Rebecca; Spring, Fresh. Miranda, Beverly; Dallas, Soph. Mitchell, Billy; Austin, Soph. Mitchell, Dovena; Henderson, Senior Mizell, Robyn; Wildwood, Fresh. Spring Registrants Moad, Martin; Fort Worth, Junior Moeller, Thomas; Dallas, Grad. Molina, Oscar; Hebbronville, Senior Momoh, Emmanuel; Nigeria, Fresh. Moore, Joel; Nacogdoches, Fresh. Moore, Richard; Garland, Soph Moreau, Dal ; Orange, Fresh. Morgan, Lisa, Midland, Junior Morris, Debbie; Galveston, Fresh. Morris, Rick, Jacksonville, Senior Morris, Teresa; Longview, Soph. Morris, Vick; Dallas, Junior Mott, Kathy; Woodville, Soph. Moye, James; Woodville, Senior Muckleroy, Angie; Nacogdoches, Fresh. Mueller, Richard; Bandera, Senior Munoz, Thomas; Dallas, Fresh. Murphree, Ronald; Waco, Junior Murphy, Pamela; Nacogdoches, Senior Murphy, Phil; Dallas, Fresh. Murphy, Phillip; Grapevine, Soph. Murray, Nancy; Tyler, Senior Myers, Bob; Clear Lake, Soph. Myers, Maria; Conroe, Soph. Neal, Lester; Houston, Senior Neel, Curtis, Amarillo, Fresh. Nelson, Steve; Burleson, Fresh. Nevill, Randall; Longview, Junior Newland, Pat; Harlingen, Soph. Newmann, Karl; Pearland, Junior 459 Neusom, James; Pearland, Soph Neuton, Pattie; Houston. Soph Ncuton, Sara; Nacogdoches, Fresh Niblack, Debbie; Deer Park, Fresh Nnolim, Anene; Nigeria, Grad Norris, Glenna; Pampa, Junior Norton, Dan; Nacogdoches, Grad. Nowell, Brent; Sheperd, Senior Nowell, Linda; Lufkin, Senior Ogden, Ann; Longview, Senior Oliphant, JoAnn, Houston, Fresh. O ' Mara, Rejeana; Houston, Fresh O ' Neall, Steven; Houston, Fresh. Ortis, Grey; Mineral Wells, Junior Osterholm, Peggy; Dallas, Senior Padia, Linda, Wharton, Soph. Palmer, Billie, Longview, Junior Palmer, Karen; Tatum, Junior Palomares, Jesse; Bryan, Post Grad. Pannell, Dan; Houston, Fresh. Park, Gene; Houston, Fresh. Parker, Jan; Houston, Fresh. Partain, Charlene; Longview, Junior Patterson, Robert; San Antonio, Junior Patton, Dan; San Angelo, Junior Patton, Kathleen; Terrell, Fresh. Patton, Mildred; Nacogdoches, Senior Paulk, Terry; Houston, Soph. Payne, Gary; Killeen, Soph. Payne, Kevin; Dallas, Fresh. Peak, Gregory; Leggett, Fresh. Pearson, Shari; Fort Worth, Soph. Peebles, Meredith; Livingston, Soph. Penix, Bill; Quitman, Senior Peterson, Duke; Nacogdoches, Junior Peyton, Kent; Carrollton, Junior Pfab, Richard; Nassau Bay, Junior Phelps, Sam; Corpus Christi, Fresh. Phillips, Paula; Corsicana, Soph. Pickett, Jim; Houston, Junior Pickle, Charlie, Jasper, Soph. Pickle, Curtis; Athens, Soph. Pierce, Thomas; Nacogdoches, Fresh. Pinson, John; Round Rock, Senior Pitts, Hazel; Wells, Fresh. Piatt, Dave; Huntington, Post Grad. Plecki, Debra; Fort Worth, Fresh. Pohl, Frank; Longview, Junior Spring Registrants Points, Karen; Tyler, Junior Pollard, Colenn; Humsville, Fresh. Pollard, Johnny; Gary, Senior Pollard, Kellie; Houston, Fresh. Pollens, Mitzi; League City, Soph. Ponder, Billy; Houston, Senior Porter, Loyce; Wallis, Soph. Potter, Greg; Ennis, Fresh Powell, Jane; Houston, Junior Preiss, Lynn, Arlington, Fresh. Prentice, Kevin; Dallas, Junior Price, Erin; Fort Worth, Fresh. Proft, Pam; Nederland, Soph. Purdom, Monty; Fort Worth, Fresh. Pustka, David; Nacogdoches, Senior Raider, Mike; Houston, Fresh Randall, Becky; Rockdale, Senior Rapp, June; Dallas, Soph. Spring Registrants Ray, Osborne; Dallas, Fresh. Reeber, Charles; Houston, Soph. Reece, Charles; Jacksonville, Junior Reed, Linda; Lufkin, Soph. Reed, Vicki; Austin, Senior Reel, Thomas; San Antonio, Senior Reese, Randy; Houston, Soph. Reeves, Kathryn; Nacogdoches, Fresh. Reeves, Terry; Texas City, Junior Rhodes, Edward; Jasper, Soph. Rice, Anne; Dallas, Soph. Richardson, Lori; Pennsylvania, Fresh. Richmon, Elwyn; Florence, Soph. Rice, Juan ; Colombia, Junior Riddle, Wes; Houston, Senior Riggs, Gail ; Humble, Junior Rilat, Jeff ; Houston, Fresh. Riley, Barney; Fort Worth, Fresh. Rivas, Charles; San Antonio, Soph. Robbins.Joy; Humble, Junior Roberson, Rhonda; Perry ton, Senior Roberts, David; Dallas, Soph. Roberts, Johnnie; Houston, Fresh. Roberts, Linda; Fort Worth, Soph. Roberts, Robert; San Antonio, Fresh. Robinson, Kevin; Dallas, Soph. Robinson, Renee; Dallas, Soph. Rocha, Brenda; Bellmead, Grad. Rockwell, Robert; Lufkin, Junior Rodgers, Cheryl ; Pasadena, Senior 461 Rodgers, Randall; Tyler, Senior Rodriquez, Lynda; Nacogdoches, Junior Rogers, Karen; Palestine, Soph. Rogers, Kenneth; Houston, Junior Rohmer, Diana; Bigfoot, Junior Rohrbach, Susan; Houston, Junior Ross, David; Benavides, Senior Ross, Stephen; Seabrook, Fresh. Rosson, Michael; Conroe, Soph. Roth, Craig; Lufkin, Senior Rowell, Connie; Nacogdoches, Junior Rullen, Robert; Amarillo, Senior Rumbaugh, Martin; San Antonio, Fresh. Runyan, Rebecca; Port Arthur, Fresh. Rupprecht, Shelley; Juliet, MT, Soph. Russell, Charles; Dallas, Junior Russell, Gene; Richmond, Fresh. Russell, Randall; Pittsburg, Soph. Russell, Sharon; Houston, Soph. Russell, Steve; Garland, Soph. Rutherford, Sherrye; Goodrich, Soph. Ryder, Genevieve, Beaumont, Junior Rymiller, Garrick; Houston, Soph. Sabonis, Jim; Piano, Fresh. Sanders, Gary; Dallas, Soph. Sappington, Lynda; Houston, Junior Schoendorf, Dottie; Piano, Soph. Schulz, Chris; Lubbock, Junior Schumacher, Terry; Seymour, Senior Schwartz, Keith; Humble, Fresh. Scudday, Linda; Georgetown, Fresh. Seae, Bob; Dallas, Junior Sechrest, Marsha; Dallas, Junior Self, Mary; Nacogdoches, Senior Semlear, Richard; Longview, Junior Sensabaugh, Sue; McLean, VA, Junior Shadix, Regilda; Diboll, Senior Shaffer, John; KUleen, Soph. Sharpe, Michael; Athens, Fresh. Sheets, Brent; Smithville, Soph. Sheffield, Bill; Irving, Soph. Shell, Ted; Carthage, Senior Shellhammer, Bill; Nacogdoches, Soph. Sheppard, Darlene; San Augustine, Junior Shields, Jimmy; Nocona, Senior Shotwell, Mark; Carrollton, Soph. Shultz, Stephen; League City, Fresh. Sides, Merryl; Martins Mill, Junior 462 Silva, Michael; El Paso, Fresh. Silva, Zachary; El Paso, Fresh. Simmons, Cary; Arlington, Junior Simmons, Twila; Nacogdoches, Soph. Simpson, Jane; Conroe, Junior Sivley, Elizabeth; Mesquite, Fresh. Skeeters, Lester; Nacogdoches, Soph. Small, Cathy; Conroe, Junior Smith, Aimee; Garland, Fresh. Smith, Dale; Houston, Fresh. Smith, Donny; Longview, Soph. Smith, Gary; Tyler, Junior Smith, James; Gladewater, Senior Smith, Kathleen; Center, Senior Smith, Mollie; White Oak, Soph. Smith, Nona; Nacogdoches, Soph. Smith, Pamela; Dallas, Soph. Smith, Peggy; Houston, Senior Spring Registrants Smith, Russell, Houston, Fresh. Smith, Sheldra; Euless, Senior Smith, Shelley; Houston, Grad. Smith, Steve; Burleson, Soph. Smith, Zell; Monroe, LA, Grad. Snead, Paul; Lufkin, Fresh. Snell, Beverly; Pearland, Senior Snowden, John; Sweeny, Soph. Sodeman, Barbara; Piano, Soph. Soderstrom, Carl; Dallas, Junior Solomon, Steve; Timpson, Junior Solyne, Steven, Winnie, Senior Southerland, Nicky; Dallas, Fresh. Sowell, Bobby; San Augustine, Senior Speep, Phillip; Redwater, Soph. Spinks, Robert; Rusk, Soph. Spurgers, Richard, Nacogdoches, Fresh Standridge, Andra; Carrollton, Fresh. Stapleton, Doug, Australia, Grad. Stark, Janet; DeSoto, Fresh. Steed, George; Kenwood, Junior Steele, David; League City, Soph. Stephens, Norma Jo; Poolville, Fresh. Stephenson, Craig; Houston, Soph. Stevens, Paula; Arlington, Soph. Stewart, Michele; Carrollton, Junior Stock, Tommy; Dallas, Junior Stone, Jeff ; Houston, Soph. Street, Kathy; Bridge City, Fresh. Streeter, Sonya; Nacogdoches, Fresh. 463 Strawn, Bruce; Texarkana, Fresh Strelke, Bill; Dallas, Senior Strohsahl, Gladys; Dekalb, Post Grad. Stroud, Jay; Irving, Soph. Stunmann, Elizabeth; Houston, Fresh. Stutts, Helen; Piano, Senior Sullivan, Warren; Anahuac, Senior Swann, Paul; Henderson, Junior Swanson, Otis; San Augustine, Fresh. Taami-Ala, Parviz; Iran, Junior Tague.Jeff ; Richardson, Senior Tanner, Burl; Houston, Fresh. Tarver, Ronald, Houston, Senior Taylor, Cheryl; Gladewater, Junior Taylor, Terrie; Fort Worth, Grad. Teague, Joe; Hurst, Fresh. Teer, Marjorie; Lufkin, Senior Teichman, Brian; Dallas, Fresh. Spring Registrants Temple, Edward; Longview, Junior Templeton, Donna; Nacogdoches, Senior Tennison, Pricilla; Clear Lake, Soph. Thames, Marilyn; Carthage, Junior Thielepape, Melanie; Houston, Fresh. Thomas, Denise; Houston, Junior Thomas, Tom; Carrollton, Fresh. Thompson, Ronald; Garland, Soph Thorne, Michael; Beaumont, Fresh. Thurman, Carol; Lufkin, Junior Tickner, Denise; Houston, Soph. Tidwell, Kathy; New Boston, Senior Tiemann, James; Odessa, Senior Tipton, Paul; Garland, Senior Tonai, Roy; Bryan, Grad. Traylor, Gary; Gilmer, Grad. Trcpagnier, Patricia; San Antonio, Soph. Tritch, Tim; Garland, Soph. Trowbridge, Charles; Houston, Fresh. Turlington, Frances, Rusk, Senior Turner, David; Dallas, Senior Turner, John; Palestine, Junior Tyner, Carrie; Tyler, Soph. Tyson, Courtney; Kerrville, Soph. Udemi, Peter; Houston, Fresh. Udosen, Udo; Nigeria, Fresh. Valdez, Marcella, Garland, Senior Valek, Cindy; Ennis, Junior VanLandingham, Gary, Del Rio, Junior Vann, Joyce; Lufkin, Senior Spring Registrants Veazye.Jeff; Dallas, Junior Vermillion, Andrew; Leakey, Grad. Versfelt, Jason; Dallas, Soph. Vesta, Cynthia; Fort Worth, Senior Vick, Jack; Center, Junior Walker, Ashley; Seabrook, Soph. Walker, Brent; Dickerson, Junior Walker, Mary; Houston, Fresh. Walters, Kate; Tyler, Senior Walters, Margaret; Houston, Grad. Warr, Tara; Nacogdoches, Fresh. Warrington, Nancy; Palestine, Senior Watson, Bruce; Corpus Christi, Senior Watson, Charles; Houston, Fresh. Watson, Stuart; Austin, Senior Watson, Wayne; Longview, Soph. Watzek, Kurt; Houston, Senior Weaver, Ronnie; Longview, Senior Webb, Gene; Carthage, Senior Weech, Hardden; Bahamas, Soph. Weeks, Crawford; Timpson, Junior Weir, David; Greenville, Fresh. Welch, Carol; Grover Hill, OH, Grad. Welch, Gregory; Corpus Christi, Soph. Welch, Van; Texas City, Junior Wells, Bill; Gainesville, Soph. Welsh, Melinda; Friendswood, Fresh. Wenzel, Ginger; Friendswood, Grad. West, Larry; Arlington, Junior Westbrook, Tom III; Carthage, Grad. Westell, Cindy; Houston, Fresh Wheeler, Robert; Pasadena, Soph. Whigham, Norma; Nederland, Junior Whitcomb, Coleen; Houston, Fresh. White, Gary; Midland, Grad. White, Herbert III; Lufkin, Senior White, Lisa; Dallas, Fresh White, Steve; Nacogdoches, Fresh. Whitehead, Quinton; Houston, Junior Whitehead, Susan; Houston, Fresh. Whitten, Robert; Lufkin, Junior Wideman, Beverly; Lake Jackson, Soph. Wiggins, James; Nacogdoches, Senior Wighaman, Peggy; Dallas, Soph. Wilcox, Lisa; Mesquite, Soph. Wiles, Lee Ann; Liberty, Junior Wilhite, James; Fort Worth, Soph. Williams, Kathy; Seabrook, Junior 465 Williams, Mark, Nacogdoches, Junior Williams, Terry; Calhoun, Fresh. Willis, Luther; LaMarque, Senior Wilmore, Glenda; Grapeland, Soph. Wilson, Betty; Elkhart, Soph. Wilson, Kathy; Alba, Soph. Winborn, Nancy; Houston, Senior Wisnoskii, Donnie; Klein, Senior Witte, Terry; Piano, Fresh. Wood, James, Weslaco, Soph. Woods, Cindi, San Augustine, Junior Woods, Dane; Jasper, Fresh. Woody, James; Spring Town, Soph. Woolley, Cheryl; Crockett, Fresh. Woolsey, Marleno; Texas City, Senior Workman, Michael; Houston, Grad. Worsham, Gwen; Joaquin, Senior Worthen, Pam; Waco, Soph. Spring Registrants Wright, Howell; New Caney, Soph. Wright, Paul; Winnie, Senior Wright, William; Fort Worth, Senior Wyatt, Robert; Oklahoma, Junior York, Linda; El Paso, Senior Young, Karen; Piano, Fresh. Zacharias, Mark; Dallas, Senior Staff Writers TOP: CLASS SECTION: FIRST ROW: Pam Goudeau, Che- ryl Bloomfield, Kay Lindsey. SECOND ROW: Michael Morgan, LaMyrle Harper. ABOVE: ACADEMICS SECTION: Darrell Albert, Betsey O ' Bryan, Linda Lively, Binkv Bennett. RIGHT: ORGANIZATIONS SECTION: FIRST ROW: Phyllis Johnson. Linda Dykes, Kathy O ' Neil, SECOND ROW: Daryl Perkins, Nelda Davis. Photo Credits Chuck Baldree Bruce Braden Bruce Brooks Darrell Albert Daryl Perkins Nelda Davis Trip Worden Jack Morgan Vicki Smith Jana Brown Kara Kunkel Lee Lipscomb 469 Specifications The 1976 STONE FORT was composed by students of SFA Stu- dent Publications, Stephen F. Aus- tin State University in Nacog- doches, Texas, and was printed by Taylor Publishing Company of Dallas, Texas. Trim size is 9X12 inches. The cover is a durolith wrap- around, covered with arco cloth. The cover is an original water color by Reesman Shaw Kennedy, pro- fessor of art at Stephen F. Austin State University. " STONE FORT " is a gold hot-foil stamp. The paper is 80 pound high bulk matte stock, with a dull gloss. Endsheets are of 65 pound cover weight stock. Endsheets and divi- sion pages were printed with a spe- cially mixed ink. All text copy is set in 11 point Garamond. Headlines are set in 30 and 36 point Garamond. Cutlines are set in 10 point Garamond. and portrait identifications and page- numbers are 8 point Garamond. Studio portraits were taken by Robinson ' s Studio and Loreli Studio of Nacogdoches. Individual class portraits were by School Por- traits of Shreveport. Louisiana. The STONE FORT was printed offset, with a HO line screen for photography and color separations by lasar. The STONE FORT cost $7.00 per copy. Press run was 1.125 Closing Comments For the past twelve months the 1976 " Stone Fort " has been under construction. During this all but brief period she has been revised and modified innumerable times. Each altera- tion was done carefully, in hope of producing a better than " accepted " annual by the students here at Stephen F. Austin State University. Each student at SFA has his own personal ideas of what constitutes a good yearbook. Just like the 50 volumes before her, the " Stone Fort " has tried to fulfill these ideas by encour- aging more complete coverage of campus events, increasing informative copy, and using color more effectively. I believe each of us affiliated with the pro- duction of the " Stone Fort " have come to hold a deep respect for her, and what she stands for. It is not as if she is a book at all, but a picto- rial glimpse of a frozen moment in each of our lives. A yearbook of this size is an immense undertaking — and it undoubtedly would not have been completed without the help of certain dedicated individuals. At this time I would like to acknowledge them. At Taylor, D-Eon Priest, Don Watson, and Nancy Jones. Also the publishing staff for doing such a great job on the book. In Administration, a big thanks to Mr. Gene Barbin for his help with registration; to Steve Dodd for pictures; to Dr. Ralph W. Steen for his consent of extra funds; and a very special acknowledgement to our adviser, Mary Ruth Dunlap. Most importantly, to the Section Editors: Kara, Debbie, Chuck, Renee, Bill, Karen, and Denise. It was the endless aspiration of these people who made the book what it is. To each of them I extend my sin ceres t gratitude. And finally, to my family, friends, and especially to Terry, I say thank you. In one hour the final copy shipment will leave this office; and it is now that I say " I am grateful for having had the privilege of serv- ing the ' Stone Fort ' . " Mike Fehrle
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