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College of Science l Dean John R Fackler, Jr. Administrative Officers: Dr. John P. Fackler, Jr. -Dean Dr, Carlton J. Maxson -Associate Dean Dr. Abe Clearfield -Associate Dean Dr. Kenneth R. Poenisch -Assistant Dean Dr. Richard E. Miller -Senior Academic Business Administrator Departments: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Stat- ics, and Cyclotron Institute. Enrollment: 575 graduate, 1,643 undergraduate 96 Administration T lfibfwf nm HWY, , N4ll1u4lIlJv,i 1 I 5 J E - ,X . Q-cj A gg! ff fry' Graduate College Dean F. E. Clark Administrative Officers: Dr. Leo Berner, Jr. - Dean Dr. F.E. Clark - Associate Dean Dr. Elenor R. Cox - Assistant Dean Dr. Fred C. Heck - Assistant Dean Enrollment: 5,859 graduate 98 Administration hw-0 ., . .v., 3. mm .J 'Lil'- I. Admmmstranorx 99 College of ' ' Medicine IQ, C l"!' Dean Robert S. Stone Administrative Officers: Dr. Robert S. Stone - Dean Dr. Charles D. Morehead - Associate Dean Dr. William E. Ward - Associate Dean for Student Affairs Dr. Julian H. Acker - Assistant Dean Dr. Henry W. Randle - Assistant Dean for Student Affairs Dr. Kenneth R. Dirks Q Assistant Dean Departments: Anatomy, Family and Community Medicine, Humanities in Medicine, lnternal Medicine, Medical Biochemistry and Medical Genetics, Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Medical Pharmacology and Toxicology, Medical Physiol- ogy, Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pathology and Lab- oratory Medicine, Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, Radiology and Surgery. Enrollment: 183 professional 100 Administration it ,VC 14' lc A '4W"9d,:, 79 4 5 + 1 A 1 ,Q 1 wg, . N l i 9 ! W P 1'1031 ' ff 1 ,x . . . :fe XX 'n ...q--an H' N, ' 1 'ix i 1 ? N X College of - Veterinary Medicine Dean George C. Shelton Administrative Officers: Dr. George C. Shelton - Dean Dr. E. Dean Gage - Associate Dean for Academic and Clinical Programs Dr. Raymond W. Loan - Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies Lyndon W. Kurtz - Assistant to the Dean for Student Affairs Libby A. Gaas - Assistant to the Dean for Fiscal Affairs Charles R. Vrooman - Senior Academic Business Administrator Departments: Anatomy, Large Animal Medicine and Surgery, Microbiology and Parsitology, Pathology, Physi- ology and Pharmacology, Public Health and Small Animal Medicine and Surgery. Enrollment: 544 professional, 177 graduate, 715 undergraduate 102 Administration I .ff- in- S x 7 , ,- KM . S yr' X ,- xg' - e-Z' ' 1 ,9- . V. - , .---:Jah-' : sx'-3'T'3Y'g' , s i Admmmstrarion 103 THE EW GENER TIO 104 Division Editor: Ken Kuffner Aides: Susan Clark Royce Dawkins David Schwarzbach David O'Brien Aggie players Murray and Vick celebrate one of the many touchdown plays during the football team's suc- cessful season. The season ended with a trip and win over Auburn State at the Cotton Bowl. 'Q--nl' kr--2' rg C' gfJC.4E7jf'!XiU LJ QU L..wTx It " ' w Yy,2? i"" fi Q 3 ij' 1 J DDU md Lu ffkxkwxffa fb Q5 f1 QJfD SES C Athletic Council 106 Sports Z? Dr. Tom Adair Dr. Earl Bennett Ted Hajovsky Chairman ,lu ft? Dr. John Hoyle Dr. Charles Samson John Rigas Student Representative Not Pictured: Dr. Gary Potter Dr. Betty Unterberger + 1 l Athletic Directors l A I -ix Lynn Hickey l Asst. Athletic Director Jackie Sherrill Athletic Director l Ralph Carpenter l Asst. Athletic Director l Media Relations l l l l l T, ,Y Alan Jones John David Crow Wally Groff Y Asst. Athletic Assoc. Athletic Director Assoc. Athletic l Director f Operations Director f Finance l i 4 fi 108 Sports Coaches 1 1 O 1 4 Q 4 1 1 s 1 "Lf ""f. f i .. Y Bob Brock Terry Condon Bob Ellis Softball Volleyball Men's Golf api W Lynn Hickey Kitty Holley Mark Johnson Women's Basketball Women's Golf Baseball Laura Johnston Women's Soccer Shelby Metcalf Basketball David Kent Men's Tennis ..... Bobby Kleinecke Women's Tennis '35 vii ' -ng-" A 5 14 1 , gg 2, x 'X FX Mel Nash Swimming A'-I-ITVI' lil Jackie Sherrill Football Charlie Thomas Track and Field Ted Nelson Cross Country Sports 109 NCAA SPORTS , ff ' , 4 ws 1 Nuy 55 ,R-3 fi 3 , '- '7'!,?n, 4 ,. -a 1 10 Sports 1 -JE-HSPBV' Y a 6 EvFwL 'g S JON'-I 'NL K L 1.1r4Lx.rsn9tW'!4h1'-ggi. -,il 1 !?,r A--be-Amin-04 XJ .UN ,. . bv 'wh f .15-A . - Q r- - files?-5' 1 fx:'s,,, "" , iixlfi vfa-vxff. av . b Y -:aql .Q V -n' .qt-gg , -, N '. 5- .. , y 'fxx , .- ',1-. V-f-53,1 V , .QU .X -X gh' ,ff ' . 1' 1 .pq A ,A , - -A .4 ..-,.-m,5,. . ,G 1. V, .ri . ., V . ' . 1, ,Q . r 'r lv ,b I. .fig :vi I I ff., -,W-.,V . ' 'WDM-Siof:-5g'.Y ' .. I i 'V I ,' '.v 2' -I if x kx,k1,.i!-,km'1f 'iv 4 V 'A'- '. lf, 51 F A. , 1 . y f . ,l . 4 .' 1 rx s,i'5xK,, I U I . pg 1- 3 ! 3 1 .r 'K " xi' 3.14-t".' . x N , ., , 3 w 4: -e E Makelg, Sports 111 FOOTBALL Tide Rolls in Aggie Opener Over 74,000 fans braved a chilly Septem- ber night to watch the Texas A8rM season opener in Birmingham. The game was the first match-up between two former team- mates, Jackie Sherrill and Ray Perkins of Alabama. Sherrill and Perkins played togeth- er at Alabama under the direction of the late Paul "Beary Bryant. The Bear would have been pleased to see his former players coach such an exciting, hard-fought game. Alabama won the decision 23-10, but the game was much closer than the score indicated. Sophomore quarterback Kevin Murray re- turned to action after the ankle injury that kept him on the sidelines for most of the 1984 season. Murray expertly moved the team, but a few costly mistakes and a tough Ala- bama defense kept the Aggies out of the end zone. A8rM had more total yards of offense than Alabama, but several penalties either ruined touchdown opportunities or pushed the team out of field goal range. Toward the end of the fourth quarter, the Crimson Tide had the ball with a 16-10 lead and Murray and the Aggies were anxious to get the ball back to score the go-ahead touch- down. Alabama got another first down with under two minutes left, and it was apparent that the Aggies would not get the ball again. The Tide's final touchdown locked the door in a game the Aggies felt they should have won. Anthony Toney, the senior fullback who scored the Aggies only touchdown, summed up the game when he said, "We should have won. We thought we were better than Ala- bama. The penalties just hurt us." By: Ken Kuffner 112 Sp rts .J -1 ,ai 3 ik!-4' xii :A a wr- -:N-5-. ..,,.,m.,.-, N ...-.... ,-v.-9. T981 ................-......,...-. ,. , J i. gow- 2 OPPOSITE: 033 Keith Woodside dives for a catch over Alabama defender. TOP LEFT: 465 Larry Kelm and 011 Johnny Holland make the stop. TOP RIGHT: 461 Trace McGuire blocks as v2.5 Anthony Toney piles up yardage. LEFT: H14 Kevin Murray avoids the pass rush. MDL 10-23 Sports 113 FOOTBALL Ags Rornp in Horne Opener The first home game for Texas A8zM in 1985 gave the Aggies a chance to patch up the holes in their game plan they found in the previous week's loss to Alabama. The patch- es held tight as the Aggie offense piled up 539 total yards to easily defeat the North- west Louisiana Indians 31-17. The Aggies made a few mistakes, but their goal for the week was to overcome the off-field problems and concentrate on winning a football game. The off-field problems circled around an allegation that sophomore quarterback Ke- vin Murray had received some illegal pay- ments from an athletic booster. Coach Sher- rill asked the NCAA to investigate the mat- ter. Murray showed no effects of the allega- tions bothering him on the field. Murray shared quarterback duty with sophomore Craig Stump, but led the Aggies on all three touchdown drives. Murray finished the day 10 for 15 for 140 yards. Although the passing game was on target, the main offensive force in the contest was the running game. Junior Rodger Vick rushed for 74 yards and sophomore Keith Woodside added 97 yards. The spotlight, however, was on senior Anthonoy Toney who rushed for 106 yards and had touchdown runs of 2, 1 and 4 yards. Toney and junior Eric Franklin, who had three field goals for the day, combined for 29 of the Aggies 31 points. The Aggies defense dominated the Indians for most of the game. NELU's only touch- downs were both a result of roughing-the kicker penalties. By: Ken Kuffner mm 9 if" xc? 114 Sports . ,,. Photo by Hughes N. NA. I N rg OPPOSITE: v83 John Roper works his way toward NI.U's quarterback. ABOVE: 28 Jeff Nelson picks hrs way through the defense. LEFT: Freshman RB Harry Johnson tries to shake an Indian tackler X Sports 115 arch 1 - Military Ball - Military Review 3 - International Week begins 7 - Class of '88 Ball 8 - All Nite Fair - Big Event 14 - Snow Ski Club: Spring Break Trip 1 7 - Spring Break begins 21 - Spring Break ends 26 - Town Hall Broadway: "Briga- doon" - MSC Hospitality: Easter Party for chil- dren of TAMU facultyfstaff and students 29 - Class of '88 Hawaiian Beach Bash 30 - Easter ndar pril ay 1 - April Fool's Day - Wiley Lecture Series: The Presidency 3 - Aggiecon begins - Reveliers Spring Concert 5 - March to the Brazos 6 - Aggiecon ends 9 - OPAS: Houston Ballet 1 1 - Parents Weekend begins - MSC Varsity Show - MSC Casing 12 - Singing Cadets Concert - RHA: Parents Coffee - Parents Day iParents Weekend endsl 14 - Preregistration for fall begins 20 - Class of '88 Dance - Women's Choir Performance - Annual Synchronized Swimming Wa- tershow 2 1 - San Jacinto Day CTAMU student and staff holidayl - Muster 25 - Preregistration for fall ends - Senior Bash 26 - Ring Dance and Banquet 5 - Dead Week begins 9 - Spring classes end Commencement 10 - Commencement Final Review Commissioning Boot Dance - Mother's Day 1 1 12 H Final Exams begin 16 - Final Exams end FOOTBALL Aggies set record in Tulsa Win After facing three other Southwest Confer- ence teams, the Tulsa Golden Hurricane came to Kyle Field to meet the Aggies and finish their SWC tour. Tulsa had lost two games in a row and was missing several key players due to injuries. The Aggies didn't help matters and crushed the Golden Hurri- can 45-10. Their offensive output of 702 yards was a new school record and the second highest total in Southwest Conference history. Every part of the Aggie machine was in working order as they cruised to the impressive victo- 116 Sports ry. Sophomore Kevin Murray did another fan- tastic job leading the team. He started the game on a sour note, however, and threw an interception the first time he dropped back to pass. He soon improved and finished the day completing 12 of 19 passes for 309 yards and four touchdowns. Two of the touchdown passes were to senior Jeff Nelson who led all receivers with eight catches for 130 yards. The Aggies showed-off their ballanced at- tack and proved that they could move the ball on the ground as well as through the air. The offensive line made it a very long day for the Hurricane defense as they blew off the line to make holes in the running backs who piled up 346 yards. Junior Rodger Vick was the games leading rusher with 134 yards to his name. The defense also played very well, holding Tulsa to just one early touchdown and reco- vering four fumbles. By: Ken Kuffner ...Lb A 1 slfv A 30 Q5 5 6 E' J 'S I- S . 'G I r 0 Q. sb Q e ' UI "X J Eg H030 45-10 OPPOSITE: H4 Murray and 443 Vick celebrate the final 45-10 win. TOP RIGHT: 865 Kelm drops Tulsa's quarterback. BOTTOM: 411 Johnny Holland and 816 Wayne Asberry close in for the tackle. .' a -, lip lf 2 1 L- .- Qwsj 'og AE ,guy l E Z". H, Sports 117 FOOTBALL 118 Sports lt's About Time, Tech Falls! While under the reign of Head Coach Jack- ie Sherrill, Texas ASLM had always had trou- ble with the Texas Tech Red Raiders. A Sher- rill-coached team had never beaten the Red Raiders, and the team desperately wanted to change this statistic in 1985. The Aggies started their Southwest Conference season on a high note by defeating Texas Tech. 28- 27, before a standing-room-only crowd in Lubbock. The Aggie offense was again in top form. The offense seemed to have had no problems moving the ball, scoring almost at will, but the Red Raiders kept coming back. Texas ASLM rolled up 200 yards on the ground and 181 yards in the air. The team was led by sopho- more quarterback Kevin Murray, who com- pleted 14 of 20 passes, and junior Rodger Vick, who rushed for 135 yards. The Raiders scored as easily as the Aggies and kept the lead bouncing back and forth. But, the indecisiveness of Tech's coaching staff proved to be very costly in the contest between two almost evenly-matched teams. The Raiders drove 30 yards in the final mo- ments of the game to come within one point of the Aggies. The Tech coaches couldn't seem to decide between kicking an extra point to tie the game or going for the two- point conversion to the win. The lack of a quick decision earned Tech a five-yard delay of game penalty. Tech now had eight yards to go for the win, but the Aggie defense had no plans of letting them in the endzone. A heavy pass rush forced Tech's quarterback to throw an incomplete pass, the Aggies escaped with the win, and Texas A8:M added a victory to their stat book, the first over Texas Tech in four years. By: Ken Kuffner 5'-' - ' AU"--f -lvhdmhnun 4 - , 3 1-er-wrx., as " ' - ' ""H-Q--., '4 .- .'I.T3.Z?2'3wr-v.m. 1 Li" N',hffFi'li-5"'3E5.:ag4f-.' 9'-1-,F - -v . issgif-'Q-, 1 . . - f..-...--1., r. ,e . .., ef...--: 1 f. VA... OPPOSITE: 48 Jeff Nelson fights for yardage de' spite pulled facemask. TOP: ffl-3 Rodger Vick, on his way to 135 yards, breaks tackles. BOTTOM: 4482 Jay Muller and the Aggie defense pressure the Tech quarterback. 'if' ,I 28-27 Sports 119 FOOTBALL Aggies balanced effort buries Cougars The Aggies began their Southwest Confer- ence home schedule with an outstanding game which proved to be just a glimpse of what was to come for the Ags at home in 1985. The 43-16 win was the Aggies second SWC win without a loss and their fourth win in a row, their largest winning streak since 1978. The Houston Cougars, last year's Cotton Bowl representative, jumped out to a nine point advantage in the first six minutes and scored one other touchdown as the fourth inf quarter closed, but everything in between -' belonged to the Aggies. The 43 points scored by A8rM was the most the team had ever scored against Hous- ton. The performance featured the excellent punt returns of Jimmie Hawkins who danced through the Cougar defense for 119 yards and returned an intercepted pass 32 yards for a score. Fullbacks Rodger Vick and An- thony Toney combined for 141 yards on the ground and quarterback Kevin Murray went to the air for 169 yards on 14 completions. The defense, however, was again the im- pressive powerhouse. The Cougar's offense, during the second and third quarters, man- aged only one first down and net total yard- age of minus five. Effective blitzing held Houston's quarterback to just five comple- tions in 19 attempts and resulted in a sack in the endzone and two points for linebacker Dana Batiste. The Cougars could grind out only 201 yards of total offense. 80 of these on the last scoring drive. A fini, The win improved A8zM's overall record to 'uf 4-1, while dropping Houston to 1-4. By: David Schwarzbach I 23. 1 .. V V , . 9, - on .. ' . I V. r, V ' Q ' 'Z l ..,,. --4-f-s.q4.,bf-wif g"'f:"'fg73":g2Q5: ',-'ii K K.-,V .qdhgf 's -- Y . i f Q ' ,Vg I' -- ,. as 5-Z?g?4f:nff.x'a,u.1vgg5w-Q,-., . -- .gf-13,4 . , V - .,f i t , . . . , - . . . 3 2 . fs 2 120 Sports , . . 44, 5-P- ww." -Q OPPOSITE: Jimmy Hawkins' interception for a score lets everyone know who's number one. ABOVE: Ira Valentine busts the goal line. LEFT: Lawerence Mitchell is steprfor-step with the Cougar receiver. University of Houston 4' 43-16 'Aff " l- ' .1 fi' E sports 121 ,QQ yr FOOTBALL Baylor Stops Aggie Uffense Attack Although Texas A8rM's game with the Bay- lor Bears was early in the season, it was very important. The Bears were playing the best football in the Southwest Conference and beatting them would give the Aggies a large dose of momentum and the SWC lead. A8cM played what could have been their worst game of the year and limped out of Waco with a 20-15 loss. The same Aggie offense that rolled up the score with ease, just one week earlier against Houston, couldn't manage to score a touch- down against Baylor. The only scoring came from three Eric Franklin field goals and a 40- yard interception return by saftey Kip Cor- rington. Despite the lack of offense, the Ag- gies had a 15-14 lead late in the game and could have won. The Bears had the ball and it appeared that the Aggies had stopped them when third down came up and Baylor needed 25 yards to make a first down. Much to the surprise of the sold-out stadium, the Bears completed a long pass for the first down and went on to score the winning touchdown. Minutes later the Aggies stopped the Bears again, but a questionable roughing-the- kicker penalty against A8cM gave the ball back to Baylor. The Bears ran out the clock and as the players watched the final seconds tick away, Baylor was celebrating with the SWC lead. By: Ken Kuffner 122 Sports ,I 'Nu-1 1 4491 Sr' but Q I g 1, Ti 3 YLQ Us 1 ?i'ff' f ..i Q.-:gf 2' . l I I 21" 1 is 'href' J"k:,". A .-l fv, Y 96 VER 15-20 OPPOSITE: The Baylor Running back takes it over the top for the winning Bear touch- down. LEFT: Baylor's Thomas Everett inter- cepts the pass over Rod Bernstine. TOP: 065 Larry Kelm and x10 Kip Corrington combine to tackle the Bear for a loss. FOOTBALL Balanced Attack Rolls The much-improved Rice Owls and the Texas ASLM Aggies delighted a modest Rice Stadium crowd of 41,000 with a football game that gave a new meaning to the words "wide open". The two teams combined for 10 touchdowns and almost 800 yards of total offense. A few big plays by the A8aM defense kept the game from being too close. The Aggies intercepted four passes, two by Domingo Bryant, and recovered two fumbles. These defensive heroics allowed the Aggies to es- cape with a 43-28 Southwest Conference win, their third of the season. The Aggie offensive trademark for 1985 seemed to be achieving the perfect balance between yards gained on the ground and in the air. The Rice game proved to be no ex- ception. The Aggies gained 228 yards pass- ing, led by Kevin Murray who completed 16 passes, including a touchdown toss to Shea Over Rice S M I .Q Walker. The A8zM ground game piled up 229 yards, led by Anthony Toney who gained 116 yards and ran for two touchdowns. Rodger Vick also added two scoring runs. A8zM's success moving the ball was largely due to the play of an outstanding offensive line. They constantly overpowered Rice and allowed the men with the ball to score with ease. The Aggies showed that a great offense doesn't always need a great defense to back them up, but it is nice to know that they're around. By: Ken Kuffner x 124 Sports Mkly -1 I A ' if 'li fe'i'Srffa?G:' 'gl - I 16 E J A l 1 3- 4 Yip' eil will!! r 7 ' 1 63 OPPOSITE: Receivers Shea Walker and Jeff Nelson celebrate after a Walker touchdown. Rodger Vick QABOVEJ and Anthony Toney ILEFTJ combine for 229 yards and four touchdowns against Rice. mfg' A .00 'Q 43-28 Sports 125 A M-35dw,1N,.g,q..-. . -i.-gs i . 2'5" --N ., x ,wa Q ...hs :-"9 N 1 ' Q 'fe , ' f-7' 14 , -, , '-in ' ,K F '+A ff Za 73143 5 x X r 4 LH Mai' .4 if 'V r Yi' ' 0-lun 4' 8 I '. K ny. " , n I 1' . ,N , . K- tj, , Q' V f -.RJXX A' , " ' - ,,:""' , -if J , i A F' 'A 13.1 I . ' 'w ' f 1 'X ..2,..,...... W----' -Q .bf 14 ' A, .Xirf ag, 1 .' f,l 1-59' 'if Q ,mf Lxzxfikfi fffg'-5 '55 a " N1 5 .u,.- , ' V -M. . .Eh ,.,V ,. a' 'sg -' Q 1 .. is A .. I ., 5 A' 34, Q 5 I "' ' 'x vs o n A, , 't a . ,. -.-'ff .. , 1 .., ' .14 . v .4 ,: . ' - 'f 3 s."x', ?f .px .'- 4 X' N L 41 x - A .Qqv ,K -- If "'.K ! . 5 ,Ag V "' sy ' ' ' - . fx - ' x .9 N Y 4' , ,L . ' 9. ' J Y. I' R nl ' 'v A f- If XA ' ' X '. . s , 1' Q.. f A ' . -- T ' . ' I x . . x , '- r NP, ,. . X , l . I - K - ! xg , , Ill fi w 1 4' , "1 K if ifwfgii. ,DQ .4 'ax u FOOTBALL Last Minute FG nails SMU The Texas A8zM Aggies had an undefeat- ed home record and their first top twenty ranking in four years to protect when the Mustangs from Southern Methodist Universi- ty came to town. The past two meetings with SMU resulted in heart-breaking losses for A8cM and the high-powered Aggies of 1985 were ready to end the six year winning streak of the team from Dallas. With only 1:46 left in the game, place- kicker Eric Franklin controlled the emotions of every fan in Kyle field and millions watch- ing on national TV. The Aggies were down 16-17 when Franklin, who earlier missed an extra point, prepared for the 48 yard field goal. His kick was just long enough to put the Aggies ahead. Moments later a Kip Corring- ton interception sealed the ASLM win. For the most part, the contest was an exit- ing, yet sloppy football game. Neither of the teams had much success moving the ball. A8cM's problem was constant penalties and turnovers and SMU's was the stuborn Aggie defense. The Aggies did hold the Mustangs and the league's leading rusher, Reggie Dupard. Du- pard was limited to only 69 yards on 19 car- ries and was easily overshadowed by the A8zM running backs. Anthony Toney rushed for 117 yards on 21 carries and Keith Wood- side added 104 on 12 carries. With A8cM's record standing at 6-2, they remained in race for the SWC championship and have almost guaranteed a post-season bowl bid, the first in Coach Jackie Sherrill fourth season at Texas A8zM. By: Ken Kuffner 4,,,..f"" -1. ' - "',,,,,zc'::az.-annul' 15 is .,,' "" fa- 'rl 126 Sports 1 Rocha N Hughes Q11 SMU Mustangs 19-17 OPPOSITE: The Aggies congratulate 485 Shea Walker for his touchdown catch. TOP: atf82 Jay Muller and teammates stop the SMU runner, LEFT: Eric Franklin and Todd Tschantz celebrate game-winning field goal. Sports 1127 128 Sports FOOTBALL Defense Shuts Down Razorback Wishbone The Arkansas Razorbacks came to Kyle Field with a 49 national ranking, the South- west Conference lead and one of the best wishbone offenses in the country. After giving up four turnovers and being held to their lowest yardage output of the year, they left making new plans for New Year's Day. The Aggie's 10-6 victory knocked the Razorbacks out of the Cotton bowl picture and strength- ened their own chances of being in Dallas on January 1. The Aggie defense played a fantastic game and covered for the offense who had a hard time finding the endzone. Domingo Bry- ant recovered two fumbles, one leading to the game's only offensive touchdown. The fum- ble was set up by an earth-shaking hit on a Arkansas running back by cornerback Dar- rell Austin. Moments later Kevin Murray connected with Rodger Vick for an 18-yard TD pass. That score and an earlier Eric Franklin field goal gave the Aggies a 10-O lead that they kept for most of the game. With three min- utes remaining, the Razorbacks recovered a blocked punt in the endzone for their only score. Arkansas knew a tie would also eliminate them from the Cotton Bown race and decided to attempt a two-point conversion. The Aggie defense again came to life. Linebacker Todd Howard stopped the ball handler on the line of scrimage to leave the score unchanged and improve the Aggies record to 7-2. By: Ken Kuffner -J 1 l i i al 1 1 fl l 4 ,. si R l vi fn L cn : I2 :1 u mm.,44 "', -51.10 -:run l :'1nl7l1r . -' K -v-. , :.:f - + - 1 - A4 .I -pdl ' .,, ' ",'5'f7"'f .- , .n-L... lkqwm . I OPPOSITE: Causing one of two Razorback fumbles, safety Domingo Bryant sets up the Aggies' only touchdown. ABOVE: After stringing out the Razorbacks' Wishbone at- tack, A8cM's defensive pursuit catches up to an unfortunate halfback. LEFT: Freshman halfback Harry Johnson breaks through the line before being stopped in the secondary. , ""'-xfft U' Jw! -S ji t ,C .-, 'fS'L'V'x4 10-6 Sports 129 FooTBALL Aggies Blow The outcome of the Texas A8cM's football game vs. Texas Christian University was not weighing heavy on very many Aggies minds. The Aggies were on the verge of a showdown with the University of Texas with a berth to the Cotton Bowl going to the winner. Beating TCU wouldn't help them achieve this goal, in fact, the Aggies could lose and be in the same situation. The Aggies were screaming "Hook 'em Horns" all week because the only way that A8zM could be eligible for the Cotton bowl was for Texas to beat Baylor on the same day as the TCU game. Texas was kind enough to do just that and the Aggies showed their ap- preciation by soundly defeating the Horned Frogs 53-6. Texas ASLM combined the wide-open of- fensive attack featured in the Houston and Tulsa wins with the stubborn defense that brought them victory against SMU and Ar- kansas. The result was a game so one-sided that TCU, who finished the conference sea- son winless, would have loved to quit at half- time. Sophomore quarterback Kevin Murray had an easy time picking apart the TCU de- fense. He completed 15 of 22 passes for 246 yards including touchdown tosses to Keith Woodside, Jeff Nelson and Shea Walker. An- thony Toney rushed for 81 yards with two touchdowns and Ira Valentine ran for 71 yards and added one touchdown. The Aggies now 8-2, got plenty of practice running up the score for the UT game. They hoped to do the same next week and compli- ment the 37-12 romp of 1984. By: Ken Kuffner 1 0 Sports 1. 9- J 3 rl, .XX4 A - f ,pilg- 4255 , - I-, Y .16 .1 -534 ,J-J 53-6 OPPOSITE: Anthony Toney looks up field for an open- ' ing. TOP RIGHT: Keith Woodside tries to break away from a TCU defender. BOTTOM: Aggie defenders close in one the TCU quarterback. , .!,Y.,+ give f fe :PQI re- -Y N ' ' Egger' ,f "C x, ,f er-SY tv WF -ovaevv-f .. - -1-us-P-0-P 29" 7 .4 .. . 'holos by Makely Sports 131 FOOTBALL Aggies Crush Texas to Claim SWC Title Head Coach Jackie Sherrill celebrated his 42nd birthday on Thanksgiving and he re- ceived a gift from his players that he will never forget. The Aggies scored 42 points against the Texas Longhorns to bring the Southwest Conference Championship to Col- lege Station and send the Aggies to the Cot- ton Bowl for the first time in eighteen years. The Aggies played a fantastic game of al- most mistake-free football and everything went wrong for the Longhorns, including the twelth man of Texas ASLM. A record crowd of 77,607 jammed Kyle Field and made so much noise that the sound is probably still ringing in the ears of the Texas players. The Aggie defense shut down the Longh- orns and held them to just three points in the first three quarters of the game. The Texas quarterbacks could only complete 11 of 31 passes and they were sacked six times. The Aggies also intercepted four passes and re- covered two fumbles. The perfect combination of air and ground yardage was again pulled off by the Aggie offense. The running backs totaled 183 yards and the passing game neted 185 yards, in- cluding three touchdown passes by quarter- back Kevin Murray. The 42-10 final score was the biggest Ag- gie win ever over a Texas team and made last years 37-12 romp look like a close game. If the Aggies make this type of blowout an an- nual affair, we could have a new tradition on our hands. By: Ken Kuffner 1 2 Sports Hughes ix YHAS Q- or' .B I ,4'5 Y""' A1 'ri Q The TEXAS LONGHORNS 42-10 OPPOSITE: The Ag's top-ranked defense stands up Edwin Simmons. TOP LEFT: The 12th Man looks forward to Cotton. ABOVE: Bret Stafford complains about fan noise in Kyle Field. LEFT: Jeff Nelson scores the first touchdown as the national television audi- ence looks on. BOTTOM LEFT: Rodger Vick celebrates a TD with some creative foot- work. Makly Sports 133 FOCTBALL Auburn falls The dream came true and the day finally arrived. The entire country had its eyes on the Aggies and their Cotton Bowl opponents, the Auburn Tigers led by Heisman Trophy winning running back Bo Jackson. Every- body from the Las Vegas linesmakers to the CBS-TV comentators picked Auburn to win and the game to be the "Bo Jackson show". After a slow start, Texas A8:M came on strong to blow away Auburn 36-16. The Ag- gies had featured a wide-open offense and a stubborn defense all year and decided not to in Cotton Bowl Blowout change things on New Year's day. Quarterback Kevin Murray set a Cotton Bowl record with 292 yards passing. His top receivers for the day were Ron Bernstine, with 6 catches for 108 yards, and Keith Woodside, who had three receptions for 88 yards. The ground game was also superb and the fullback duo of Anthony Toney and Roger Vick caught more of the country's attention than "whats-his-name." The Aggie defense, with the help of the 12th man who actually numbered 73,137, came up with the game's most memorable plays. On two consecutive possessions, the Aggie defense stopped the top running back in the nation on fourth-down plays and kept Auburn out of the endzone and off of the scoreboard. Two Domingo Bryant intercep- tions aided the cause to keep the game one- sided. The Aggies ended the season ranked sixth in the nation and Head Coach Jackie Sherrill called the victory "the biggest win of my ca- reer? By: Ken Kuffner If , ,Q if E. 134 Sports f"W gm SQ sw' Photo by Roch I, , fi' mth. N rl: .X X. ' f :Es ss V MM tx ky., xxx ,. it ,fxfmj .iv . xy-Rigjji . 'Y i ,.,: xx' , gg sb' J.jaHg5:f hx .U NLJ' 1 X' L Q34 Q- ikfigg ,A ' if--'Z i -fffx X N: ,' aww . N ws- T 'sk-lJi,.4,.g N ,yi i ff-Wi sic 1' 1' gig, it if N., ' 5. gal, fi hxj' 7 3-P25 x, fy M4411 A PTYQ ,fxiliih-TA: ,tfxxhvfii sm M !i2'sQ'fN i is '-1,'1x.f1.,-.u ,,f2g11,v.s-1, igfjy Nye? iiltsif xiii H535 ff' df? V fffxx 36-16 OPPOSITE: Roger Vick goes over the top for one of the day's many Aggie touchdowns. TOP: The Aggie defensive line again stops Bo Jackson for no gain. BOTTOM: Rod Sadler shows domination over Auburn. Us by Hughes il Pl Sports 135 Th New Generatio The new generation - a generation of Aggies to come through A8zM to know the feeling of victory and to know the feeling of change. Looking back on 1986 the feeling of a new era comes to mind. Girls were not only let into the Aggie Band for the first time in the history of the school but the GSSO and fraternities became recognized organizations. Many resisted this change and still do, fearing A8cM,s spirit would be forever lost, But, as the year unfolded the Spirit of Aggieland proved to still be as strong as ever. For the first time in countless number of years the Aggie fan knew the feeling of sweet victory not only on the men's foot- ball field but, on the basketball court and baseball diamond as well with a Southwest Conference title in each. The Aggie foot- ball team also went on to win the Cotton Bowl in a victory over Auburn. The hopes for a new winning generation run high among Aggie sports fans. As the years go by and these and other changes become just another part of A8cM, many will look back on 1986 as the year of change and realize that the Aggie spirit may have to adapt to the times but, the true meaning of it never dies. 1 10 Aggies 5 'gan-x..,1q. 'J' ., . Qr 1 I .QR Q 'u ,H 136 Sports FOOTBALL Murray Leads Record Breaking Gffense The 1985 Texas Aggies set new school records for total yards, yards per game, total plays and first downs. Sophomore quarter- back Kevin Murray deserves most of the credit for leading the team to a 10-2 record. Murray set a school record for completion percentage and became the second leading passer in school history. He was named Southwest Conference offensive player of the year and All-SWC. Anthony Toney and Rodger Vick had a fantastic year sharing duty as fullback. They combined for 1609 yards and 20 touchdowns. Toney finished his career at A8zM and was named All-SWC. Vick will be back for his senior year and was named to the All-SWC second team. Jeff Nelson made his senior year his best ever. The SWC leading receiver also became the A8zM record holder for career receptions with 91. Nelson's 51 catches in 1985 was the second best ever for a season and helped him earn All-SWC honors. Jackie Sherrill expected many great things from Doug Williams and the senior lineman didn't let him down. Williams was the main element in an offensive line that made the difference in many of A8zM's victories. He was named to the All-American and All-SWC teams. Randy Dausin also earned All-SWC honors for his performance on the offensive line. By: Ken Kuffner Y H Ziff 4 -T t pi 5 8 291: u V. - 1 '-"""---- ----l' I' --., ..- - ' rr' A -N-:T all l J' ,. Rocha TEXAS AGGIES OPPOSITE: Anthony Toney ltopl and Rodger Vick lbottoml teamed to be one of the top running back pairs in the nation. TOP: All-American Doug Williams gives a block for quarterback Kevin Murray. LEFT: Jeff Nel' son, the team's leading receiver, flies through the UH defense. Sports 13 138 Sports FOOTBALL Holland and Bryant lead Aggie Defense The Aggie defense did a great job making the best offensive players look bad. Junior linebacker Johnny Holland was the star of the 1985 defense. Holland totaled 150 tack- les for the year and was always in the center of the action. He was named All-American and All-SWC. Holland was also named AP defensive player of the year. A great defense can only have one player of the year, right? Wrong, Domingo Bryant was named the UPI defensive player of the year. Bryant finished the regular season with four interceptions, 10 tipped passes and 79 tackles. He returned two passes for touch- downs and had two more thefts in the Cotton Bowl. Bryant, a senior defensive back, was also named to the All-SWC team. Sophomore Kip Corrington was another member of the All-SWC pass stealing back- field and led the team with five interceptions. Corrington was also a star in the classroom. His 3.94 GPA earned him a spot on the Aca- 1 M155 Q 5' M' - ' '--Q--1-w"U w 4...- Photos by Hughes 'r demic All-American team. Junior Larry Kelm was often overlooked by reporters as a top linebacker, but not by opposing running backs. Kelm led the team in tackles with 151 and was named All-SWC. Sophomore Sammy O'Brient, Junior Rod Saddler and Junior Todd Howard, who led the team in quarterback sacks, were also named to the All-SWC team. By: Ken Kuffner L f v lr "' lil 3 ' M 4- 4.5, U rx: .p I Q -l ' S D' v .6 v 1 fi. 'L ' "W lb' of-,fi ,,- . f, 0 ,. L 4 ir ' str.: 'Fld , 'F-.sig ni ' QL" g - 'TTL'-O t ' .5 if X 3. vas: 1. ,- if fx 5 ' Ki' T ' A J f- X 'X ' ' i 4. A - . 1 I 5 af. i xx " '- all- 1 '- ' Photos by Saito Photos by Rocha 1 is 7o" flfwfif' A' I E ,au tx- U I ,midi gg.. s ,Q Qi! A, 'i "' "TiQ " 9- ' ago l -Y Q 5 -mf . T 45:39. "' 1 gf' f ' - .Q K 3. Y ,claw X ef if 'Q sw lvl a ' V ' TEXAS AGGIES Opposite: Johnny Holland ltopi and Domin' go Bryant ibottoml led the nations Sth ranked defense and both earned Defensive Player of the Year honors. TOP LEFT: Rod 'K f-H, Sadler applies heavy pressure to TCU's quar- terback. TOP RIGHT: Larry Kelm led the team in tackles in his first year as a starter. LEFT: H10 Kip Corrington stops the Cougar in his tracks. u ., 1,3 .n..-W? l '15 1 ' X 1 -NN'5l5:8f " 4' Photos by Hughes Sports 139 ill Aggies Soar to The Texas ASLM volleyball team ascended to new heights, finishing the season with a 26- 8 record and being ranked as high as No. 10 in the nation. The spikers also saw a dream come true when they received a NCAA tour- nament bid. The Aggies, who had 13 returning players, escalated to No. 10 after upsetting No. 9 Purdue 12-15, 15-12, 15-9, 9-15, 17-15. After a tug-o-war like first four games, that win looked like it might slip away with Purdue ahead 14-7. The A8cM spikers, led by Marga- ret Spence and Stacey Gildner, held off sev- eral match points and chipped away at the No. 10 in Polls Boilmakers' lead. The Aggies didn't manage to capture the win on the first or second match point. On the third, a Purdue spike went out of bounds, giving A8rM the win. "It does happen," A8zM Coach Terry Con- don said, "but I don't think l've ever seen anyone come back after being down 14-7 to a team like Purdue. To tell you the truth, I didn't think we would do it. They just be- lieved in themselves. By: Susan Clark . W, I 1 4-0 Sports Q' OPPOSITE TOP: Middle blocker Stacey Smith spikes the ball with determination. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: The Aggies volleyball team and Coach Terry Condon celebrate their victory over No. 1 Purdue. LEFT: Sheri Brinkman shows her happiness after beating Purdue, BELOW LEFT: Chris Zagota returns a shot. BELOW RTGHT: Stacey Smith taps the ball over the net, 3 at .x fe 2 Sports 141 142 Sports Aggies Capture NCAA Bid By Susan Clark After the disappointment of not receiving a NCAA tournament bid last season, the Tex- as ASLM volleyball team earned a chance to extend their season when they received a NCAA tourney bid. This would mean a chance to redeem themselves at G. Rollie White Coliseum after a loss to University of Texas. In the first round of tournament play, ASLM beat the University of Texas-Arlington 15-6, 11-15, 16-14, 8-15, 15-10. The Aggies came out with guns ablazing in the first game but laid back in the second and ran into trouble in the form of the Mavericks' Ana de Oliveira and Katie Weismiller. "I think the problem was a few people were thinking a little too far ahead," Coach Terry Condon said, "I stressed that a lot all week - do not look past UTA - but they did." The Aggies managed to get things moving again toward the end of the third game but ran into the same problems they had in the second game in the fourth which they lost 8-15. With the Aggies leading 9-8 in the final game, they decided to turn on the power with Stacey Gildner and Margaret Spence deliver- ing the final blows. Beating UT-A gave the Aggies another chance at Texas. But the tournament ended soon for the Aggies. The Longhorns smashed the Aggies quickly 15-6, 15-8, 15-3, the Aggies worst loss ever to Texas. "By the middle ofthe second game, l knew we were making too many mistakes to stay with them," said Lesha Beakley, a senior. 'KI knew we were in trouble. They were just dominating us. And with all the mistakes we were making, we were making it very easy for them. The loss was probably more disappointing for Sheri Brinkman and Lesha Beakley be- cause they ended their college volleyball ca- reers against Texas, the team that had pre- vented them from reaching the SWC champi- onship 4 years in a row. But they can look back to the No. 10 na- tional ranking and getting to the NCAA tour- nament with pride, knowing that they had reached new heights in ASLM volleyball. Makely iv - V 1 4' +2'i?L1:13f2f-if-vkfb-Eff ,fkfgg . - , JS .1-412 fi" 55' -1..,..s -aw., ,, I. A i 1 if W Hgsw Af' - - if A-x ,Z 'l 53,3 N -. Vqxiv' OPPOSITE: Sheri Brinkman spikes the ball. TOP: Sheri Brinkman and Chris Zagota both go to the floor to bump the ball. ABOVE: Stacey Gildner and Sheri Brink- man go up for the block. LEFT: A joyous reaction to a well deserved win against Purdue, Sports 14-3 CROSS CO TRY Looking toward the future The 1985-86 school year brought on a new twist for the Texas ASLM Cross Country pro- gram. Head Coach Ted Nelson had the com- bined duties of coaching both the men's and women's teams. At the beginning of the year Coach Nelson was very optimistic about the chances of the women's team, who are rebounding from last year's season-ending injuries. However, for the men, with the loss of Auturo Barrios, last year's star performer, due to eligibility and Huey Treat, redshirted for the year, Nelson felt the men would not be a very strong con- tender in the Southwest Conference race. The 1985-86 season did produce a few surprises despite the losses of Barrios and Treat - surprise like freshmen Calvin Gar- zinano and David Trevino. The two runners finished among the top ten in each meet the team attended this year. Trevino ended the season by finishing 38th in the Conference meet, the highest finish of all Aggie runners. With a new coach and a new outlook, the women made their presence known through- out the season. The season proved quite suc- cessful for the women as the team placed in the top five of the final team standings in each meet attended. During the year the two teams traveled to a number of meets which included the Baylor Invitational, U.T.S.A. Invitational, Texas Invi- tational, Aggie Invitational and the South- west Conference meet. For the year, the men finished 8th in the Conference while the wom- en finished 4th in Conference standings. Nei- ther team had anyone to qualify for the NCAA Regional meet. Reviewing the year Coach Nelson felt that both the men and women would field very strong teams in 1986. Both teams will be returning many outstanding runners along with the hope of recruiting some top runners in the off-season. By: Royce Dawkins 144 Sports 'ME Agp, HSM ASM ,fa-. W . fl, ,jx ss i .1 Berrier OPPOSITE: Huey Treat in early season competition. TOP RIGHT: The Womens Cross Country Team, BOT- TOM: Mike Conteras leads teammate Steve Grenschik to finish line. Sports 145 - 4K-:ZX if ,...x' HF' 47 RE' Nx' 415+ w c vu .I gg 'Ax xi .7 1 if 3. wx X Q 'gf J gp Sl BASKETBALL Record even The Texas A8rM Basketball team played twelve non-conference games before the Southwest Conference season started. Many teams try to play several tough opponents in their nonconference games to get the team ready for the more important games in the conference ASLM tried to do this in the 1985- 86 season, The Aggies played some good teams and some bad ones in the non-conference sched- in Nonconference action ule, but it could be said that all of the top opponents we faced beat the Aggies and the A8:M victories all came against weak teams. A8zM opened the season in the Summit in Houston against Alabama-Birmingham in the NIT Big Apple Tournament. They were a top 20 team and won the game in the final sec- onds by three points. The Aggies had nothing to be ashamed of. Other top teams that beat the Aggies were Tennessee ltwicel, Georgia Tech W2 in the nationl, Pittsburg and Lamar. The Aggies won all four of their non-con- ference games at home, in fact they only lost l one home game all year. They also beat Oral l Roberts and Southern Mississippi on the 1 road. ' By: Ken Kuffner 146 Sports Hushe 20-12 A8zM Opponent 68 Alabama-Birm. 71 82 Alcorn State 69 86 S.F.A. 73 59 Lamar 68 70 Tennessee 88 74 Pan American 67 88 Prairie View A8zM 60 81 Oral Roberts 75 58 Georgia Tech 83 81 Southern Miss. 61 62 Pitt 79 64 Tennessee 70 62 Baylor 48 73 SMU 61 64 TCU 60 55 Texas 54 58 Texas Tech 57 69 Houston 76 68 Rice 55 81 Arkansas 67 62 Baylor 58 56 SMU 58 53 TCU 70 47 Texas 58 71 Texas Tech 58 82 Houston 75 70 Rice 62 93 Arkansas 76 67 Arkansas 51 55 Texas 47 63 Texas Tech 67 70 Wyoming 79 Hugh Sports 147 BASKETBALL 12-4 Record The Aggies 12-4 Southwest Conference record was good enough to give them a tie for the championship, the sixth in the 23 year career of Head Coach Shelby Metcalf. This was also the sixth 20-win season for a Metcalf coached team. The team started the SWC season strong by winning their first five games. Their first defeat came at the hands of the University of Houston. Just before that game, Houston Coach Guy Lewis announced his retirement after 30 years as their coach and the Cougars were just too tough to beat. The Aggies won their next three games to give them an 8-1 SWC record and a game and a half lead. A8zM then lost three in a row including the only loss of the year at home, a last second two-point loss to SMU. It appeared that the Aggies had let the title slip away, but they won their last four SWC games and with a little help from the University of Texas, they finished on top. TCU beat UT by one point in their final game to vault them into a three- way tie for first place with UT and Texas ASLM. In this championship season, the Aggies set new season records for field goal percent- age 151019, assists l563l, and blocked shots l7Ol. By: Ken Kuffner 148 Sports Wins SWC Title -in l l l Roch A 'Hs ff" 'MN-Mqni LJ -lun 4ii- if : 3--E OPPOSITE Aggle fans fxre up the team before the game TOP Mnke Cllfford dxsplays hms ball handhng skllls against Texas BOTTOM Q11 Holloway shows hls abxlxty to make the shot ln heavy trafflc Sports 149 ,,.,, , , f. ' .I-,V ' 1 W. it my M52 ' 'Jimi 79 f Z n v, ,.p0' 1' ', ,J f .Z 'Q "MCG ' Wefgi, f f 511.5 L.7,' ,4 4 171' 42 '-qi af' ul ' , .uf . nzggfgga , .mv 21, I ,,,, ' ' 5342 zz.-,- 'ef -'Hz . ,. ff M ' 'K 'fi-, , - 1 :,,'."'v, Wd., ' ff" W3 1 , .,.,-0 1' fm... , 1- ,nn -'x. J.: 'Q S f iv- Hughes BASKETBALL Crite, Marbury, ilbert lead team Don Marbury made his senior year the finest of his career. He started every game the Aggies played this year and scored in double figures in every game also. Marbury led the Southwest Conference in scoring with 21.8 points per game and set a new A8zM record for most points in a season. He also shot 53970 from the field, had 4.5 rebounds per game and was second on the team with 116 assists. Jimmie Gilbert also had a fine senior year and improved vastly over last year. He had 12.1 points per game and averaged 7.3 re- bounds. His 803 career rebounds put him fifth on the A8zM all-time list. Gilbert also came just short of the single season field goal percentage record, he finished with 59.7'7o. Gilbert was drafted by the Chicago Bulls. sr.. :?-1 f". f ., , ,- . iff? JL' Winston Crite will be the Aggies top re- turner next season. The power forward fin- ished with 13.3 points and 8 rebounds per game. He also led the team in blocked shots with 41, including a school record 6 in a game against TCU. By: Ken Kuffner 5 1 V -:ff 'lf' i ' , wa, f -3- x ""' I H ME' v ' Q 152 Sports Y Y Hugh 25 l ' x ... QQ S 4 A Q 'L . gl ,Q BASKETBALL I-low bad is the SWC? When the NCAA was handing out invita- tions to the 1986 Basketball Tournament, several of the Southwest Conference teams felt that they had a good chance of being invited. The SWC had three regular season tri-champions, all were 20-game winners, and each of these teams thought that they would be invited. Most of the SWC and several members of the national media were shocked when the bids were given out and none of the SWC teams were invited. Tech, who won the SWC tournament, was the only representative of the conference. What was the reason? The NCAA stated that the SWC teams had too many losses against non-conference oppo- nents and an overall weak conference. As a whole the SWC won most of it's non- conference games, but won little or none against top-20 teams or teams from "major" basketball conferences. Most of these games were played in neutral sites or at the other teams schools because the SWC has always had poor basketball attendance and other schools feel that they won't make any money playing here. The situation may never improve and the SWC will always be labeled as a "minor" basketball conference unless the fans decide to change it with some better attendance fig- ures. By: Ken Kuffner 154 Sports .ja -,.', v-- .' - V: , W n 1. , .-1 .vs ,, ,-'-fha" UI, .,z..,,f ., ., H" Q' T14 '11-112' ifIQf?'?3f?f?? 4-NQJ' mv was 5 K5 rniiw Wikia gm I 'KX f"" J' FW: ,, b .Y A .lf if .T",.-:. Q . A' ' K,-9. as J' J .. ,. 3 X X . ,QQ U ""'f ,xxh N lx ,JV X I I .-X ' 'Q X, ,f ,7 S ' -3, ,. 4 31,4 XXX -xr 2- gig? R ' X x X Q1 N , P.. , N f' 1 'jf , A 1 5 3 LIN , f V . A . 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' EF' '-'? ., ', Ax. i .J W .Y uw .U s ' ' ., 1 Q .Q ,- .- Lady Ags Looking to the Future The Texas A8zM womenls basketball team ended the season with a 16-13 record, a slight improvement from last season's record of 14-4. With only four returning players, Coach Lynn Hickey undertook a massive recruiting job. She attracted six freshmen and four ju- nior college transfers to the team. When the Aggies beat Rice 90-62 in the first round of Southwest Conference play, all 14 players saw some action. "Granted, we werenlt playing the best team in the conference," Hickey said, "But, what was pleasing was that, at one time, we had three freshmen and one sophomore out there lon the courti, so we're really talking about the future." Freshman Donna Roper, who averaged 14.3 points through her first seven southwest conference games, is one of the promising new stars on the Aggie team. "Donna is one of the finest natural athletes l have ever coached," Hickey said. L'And thatls saying a lot because we have some very good players. As far as running, jump- ing and quickness, she has as much ability as any of the guards I have coached," Hickey added. The Aggies played a confidence-building 91-74 game against Sam Houston State. Se- nior Lisa Langston, A8cM's all-time leading scorer, scored 23 points and snagged nine rebounds. Forward Paula Crutcher did her share by scoring 20 points. Hickey was concerned over her young team's confidence after their 5-4 conference start, but she seems to be pleased with the young Ags' progress. t'The main thing is that this time last year that game would have been a real struggle," Hickey said. "This year, we're disappointed it wasn't a 30-point victory. That's a big step." By: Susan Clark 156 Sp rts .Ps-9" LLP? il , . . if 's N.. x . Q1 if 31:5 i' OPPOSITE: Nette Garrett shoots for two, TOP: Young advances down court under pressure from Sam Houston State players. BOTTOM: Senior Lisa Langston at- tempts to rebound. 'Z vb: ,ta X B Q.. "X. V Ss N at .c o : m nh Sports 15 -1 3 I 4 1 1 I 1 1 I I Lady Ags cut short in SWC Tourney The Lady Aggies, with a 9-7 conference record, won a fourth-place spot in the South- west Conference Women's Post-Season Clas- sic. Their stay in the tourney was short-lived. The Aggies had a repeat of last year's disap- pointment when Houston beat the Ags again in the first round of play. Last year, the Cou- gars won 84-72. This year they won 80-73. The Lady Aggies split with the Cougars during the regular season, losing 80-75 in Hofheinz Pavilion and winning 71-70 in G. Rollie White Coliseum. Sonya Watkins, Houston's 6-1 senior cen- ter, set a tournament record with 37 points in the game. An advantage Houston had over A8rM was that they were a well-seasoned team. 1 "Houston is a senior group with a lot td prove," Hickey said. "We're so young and naive that we still don't know that you're noq supposed to go out and beat a group likel that." But A8zM finished the season with a 16-13 record, the first season over .500 for thd Lady Ags since the '79-'80 season. They acl complished this with one senior, Lisa Lang-I ston and six freshmen. With this rate of suc4 cess and the young talented players Hickey has to work with, A8rM's women's basketball program has a bright future ahead. By: Susan Clark 1 -Q fe, T A l J -Z WS Q1 1-.. .. ..,,,b 1 i it Qi l """ N 1 t I x ft. ,,,. E-Lx -3- , 4 i Sanchez OPPOSITE: Junior Tamara Jackson trys to evade two SHSU players. TOP LEFT: Freshman Lisa Jordan breaks away from a SHSU player. TOP RIGHT: Aggies hussle for two points. Sports 159 SOCCER Team Earns The Texas A8zM Women's Soccer Team finished their second season of play as a Var- sity level Il sport. The level II designation places the team between an extramural team and with one full varsity status. The main difference between the two levels of varsity status is money. The Women's Soccer team receives no scholarships and is on a limited budget. Top 20 Ranking y "The best soccer athletes in the country are in Texas," Coach Laura Johnston said. "If we had lathleticl scholarships we would be a national contender within a year or two." Without scholarships to aid in recruiting most of the athletes on the team play because they love the game and the intercollegiate compe- tition. A8rM is the only Southwest Conference lf i if sf Y 0 ll 5? W M... q.,,,,A f mi" -'.'- 1 v Y 4 .ve X ,-:-4 'mt , 'Y -. ,gi v.w.z'dff:0' ,-. ", ' 4-..' .' '- , I ' -9 4 'T"fiXL'.5, ,gifs ,A Q 0 J, I ., ,f .,. -,f 'bali-"1 "ZF 'Qt . .- "effigy - - -. 1 f yxvgiii ' '11 21- 7' ' 1 , M, f , Q . ' -f 9, Woj vw, -.1 A 4 vc a I 4 'LI' school with a varsity women's soccer team so the Aggies, who were ranked 319 in the country in a preseason poll, play teams from all over the country plus some local amateur club teams. Johnston feels the team should that ranking and has four All-American can- didates: Kim Clack, Pam Patak, Jenny Law- son and Denise Rowe. , , . 71? - ,, .xnff . wt., 'N W ',, 1. . ,fir -' 5" , ,. . "Y: ' . . ' I is 7. 1 . .. s 1 , , , 5 K . f I 25- '-.ya Z 1' - ' . I ' 1 ' ' , Lv, - ' A 4 , , . ,N .I - 41- , s 'J ww A 'Lf-"H I'-ard' '.-' 4 "' . - , ' ' g 1 - A, ', 1 ' 1 .,,, ' ., , A 'Crm Q , "n5f',-':,W-- V -' -1 ' rv , yhvvlt. M, , 1 1 f- .U .- ' . y-fag W- i I .',,,,1L I Y .Z- '1 1 2--' .. ffl '31 ' .sz 160 Sports 1.5 LT! ,Hd 1 I 4 M' -. M ' " 310511- A .f-KI' , ,. , - :rj Dy ' ,- 2-:sal 'Q 1 4 Q 2 5' '9q'F". i w A j - 4 fy 'uk .1' A T 'Z V' xi-ima ,UQ X X50 - . V V rf :nfs-,gif-Q ,I -, - D .' ! H rs F X , A M1 , lil, ,r ag --f - -f ,-v I ., - I . gi .V . T- , 4 f Q 4 W -Qfkg 57.255 ri avg .I , b vw, Sgt! Y ,W ,yah ,.. I U . 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The relay consisted of Chris O'Neil, swimming the butterflyg Mike Kozlina, swimming the backstrokeg Robert Bullock, swimming the breaststrokeg and Ed- die Altman, swimming the freestyle leg of the race. O'Neil has won the butterfly the past two years at the SWC championships and he placed second in the nation in the event last year. Head Coach Mel Nash said that O'Neil probably is the favorite in the NCAA meet because he has the fastest time of the year -I and is in fewer races than the other top but-1 terfly specialist. Freshman Kozlina, who will be the Aggies' top butterfly man next year because O'Neil isa graduating, also qualified to swim in thatl race. He will also swim in the 100-yard back-I stroke, a race he won at the SWC finals set-I ting a new A8aM record. By: Ken Kuffner 'A ts at 1 . 9 .ev 'st 3 'T 1 wha' - v- . 4 ' '.- ,. is ,Qi nm: A x- ' 'C R ., 9- .BJ QQ: . 3-5. - T546- ., Sir "cc" 1: ' f . 5-. vig, "- W .' . wig. Q- W... ,,:QQLg,Irl' . Q ...P- 5. 5-pf '4,PU.'. 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M . viz? , Q., - K W 1.45 v.,-lags Spurs 165 I V1 gil -41-. -V, 3 4' fwgib 166 Sports RIFLERY Pitts named Coach of the Year The 1986 Texas A8zM Riflery Team had another fine season and showed their domi- nation over local teams by winning the South- west Conference title. The team competes on the NCAA level but doesn't give out any scholarships. They are generally accepted as the best non-scholarship team in the country and are only beaten by schools where the sport has a much bigger following, such as Fedun, Eric Abbott and Dana Osborne. the military academies. Coach Pitts was named Coach of the Year Pictured on the opposite page are ltop and the All-American members of the 3rd rowl: Coach Maj. Richard Pitts, Eric Upta- Region ROTC Team at the NCAA finals were grafft, Mike Moore and Robert Winovitch. Winovitch, Uptagrafft, Morre and Tyler. The bottom row has: Diana Pena, Jeff Fell and Annette Tyler. Not pictured are Chris B513 Ken Kuffflel' .. V. fi A ss as ifffwfifala ' 'rf S ' ' "fi S51 K 0.l.C. 0T"FmTN'G MOVE T0 FIRING L!NE Y ON FIRING CLEAR Sports 167 GGLF Women Place Fourth in SWC Tourney After winning the Southwest Conference last year, the 1986 Women's Golf team had everyone expecting that they would come up with a repeat performance this year. Losing their top two players didn't help matters but the women just didn't seem to be on target this season and came in fourth place at the SWC tournament at the Sweetwater Country Club in Houston. "We started fourth and finished fourth," said Aggie Coach Kitty Holley. "It was an unusual tournament in that upperclassmen Angela Atkins and Fiona Conner just didn't play well. What's nice to see is that our fresh- men and sophomores did play well." Sophomore I-lollie Frizzell led ASLM to its fourth-place finish at 946 by shooting a final round 76, earning her a seventh-place indi- vidual award. Atkins, the team captain and only senior, finished her final collegiate tour- nament with a 239 and a good final round of 74. By: Ken Kuffner 168 Sports -1 Men's NCAA Qualifiers 'PE- fr-5X -gg-,sv iv--'Y 4- ,J X94 A Jorge Coghlan Neil Hickerson Roy Mackenzie Jeff Maggert Flint Nelson 1--xv: 'Rf 'N' A ...' -4 . rw' . W., x 7" Y. Several of the Men's players won tourna- ments this season. Jorge Coghlan lOpposite pagel won the Louisiana Classic with a 212 4 under par. Jeff Maggert won the Morris Wil- liams with a tournament record 13 under 203. Roy Mackenzie won the Pan American Intercollegiate with a 3 under 213. Sports 169 TENNIS Women, Alkio Win SWC Titles The Texas A8zM Women's Tennis Team won their first ever Southwest Conference Title. The women came into the tournament in second place in the conference, but strong play at the Courpus Christi tournament put A8rM two points ahead of SMU and five points ahead of defending champions Texas, who had won the title three years in a row. ln the final day of competition, Gaye Lynne Gensler won the No. 3 singles title over SMU's Lynda Tate and Laura Lions captured the No. 6 title over SMU's Julie Baird. Coach Bobby Kleinecke was especially happy to win the title because this was his first year to coach at the collegiate level. "Our girls showed a lot of guts at this tour- ney," he said. "Their best tennis was played here." The Men's team finished fourth in the con- ference, but Kimmo Alkio became the first player in A8zM history to win the No. 1 sin- gles title at the SWC tournament. By: Ken Kuffner 170 Sports Photos by Ball OPPOSITE: Kimmo Alkio displays his championship arm. TOP: Vanne Akagi and Helen Christiaanse per- orm in their doubles match. ,53YS4'95f:1'?V'i' . , 5.3, - ' ' H S:.s,.- I ?4v'gf'fQ'-My .f 'gm w- , suv 5 f , 1, by V Q X' H' J , , .,. J QIXYI Sports 1 71 TENNIS 17 2 Sports -f .V4 s Nt: ei R 1 fl jr fy Q55 l n fx W4 ' X , J Av' ff - N x vf 'V N r.-'xv 'Nw-N'Yj' ,,'sf'y' - 4 xxx vyixxiv' 1-xq'w..,w wiv-YN .-1 , 1:1 .-'t,fh1.4-4,4--Q,-'-2-- . ' --,..:..4Q...I.-.1.:...-.3 . VN. 1' -A '. I-FQ. u"-'ts Quia' B ! .cv 33. '53 g -6 ' . N x '- . . . -Q 'Q h . ' I f ..,-- .l .,.4t!.',3f6 ,447-" MEN'S TRACK Aggies shine in 1986 The Texas A8zM men's track team began the 1986 outdoor season with high hopes of repeating and perhaps bettering their perfor- mances during the indoor season. The Aggies were the surprise team at the Southwest Conference meet as they pulled off a second place finish behind the meet champion Ar- kansas. The Aggies were paced by very outstand- ing performances from one of the best track recruiting classes in quite awhile. The fresh- man accounted for fifty of the total sixty-one points tallied by the Aggies. Stanley Kerr and Randy Barnes proved to be the high-light of the freshman performances. Kerr won the sixty yard dash and qualified for the NCAA Indoor Meet while Barnes captured second in the shot with a throw of sixty three feet and one quarter inch. The 1986 College Station Relays served as the debut event of the Frank G. Anderson Track and Field events center. The field in- cluded a collegiate division as well as a high school division. During the meet the Aggies garnered eleven first place finishes with a number of Aggies qualifying for the NCAA Meet. Later in the year the Aggies hosted the Texas A8rM Relays and captured fifteen first place finishes at the meet. Besides hosting the College Station Relays and the Texas A8zM Relays, the Aggies also traveled to a number of other meets. These meets included the Rice Invitational, TSU Re- lays, Texas Relays, Baylor Invitational, Mt. Sac Relays in California and the Texas Invita- tional. The Aggies recorded strong perfor- mances in the each of the meets that they attended for the year. Heading into the Southwest Conference Meet the coaching staff felt that Arkansas and Texas would be the teams to beat. Head Coach Thomas felt that the Aggies would have to be operating on all cylinders to over- come either of the two favored teams. By: Royce Dawkins Hughes AGM i Y J l Ol 1' A.- N1 Hughes Hughes OPPOSITE: Stanely Kerr and Archie Roberts compete against other SWC teams in the 100 meter dash. TOP RIGHT: Ricky Alexander clears a hurdle in the 110 meter hurdles. BOTTOM RIGHT: Francisco Oliveras competing in the triple jump. Sports 1 75 14 Division THE EW GE ER TIO Editor: Lisa Kastensmidt Aides: Lisa Johnson Yollie Lopez Denise Moehl Preparing to start elephant walk, senior red pots lead the seniors in a yell in front of the Academic building. I MEN'S TRACK 'fBest recruitin class ever" The Texas A8rM men's track program has made major strides in past few years to posi- tion itself among the top track and field pro- grams in the conference of the nation. To aid in their development, the Aggies debuted their new track and field complex this year. Last year the coaching staff hoped that the complex would become the major tool in swaying recruits to attend ASLM. Their wish was granted with perhaps one of the greatest recruiting classes ever assem- bled for track and field. The freshman stepped in and played major roles in the de- velopment of this year's team. Freshmen like Stanley Kerr and Randy Barnes helped the Aggies surprise everyone in the conference indoor meet. The freshmen accounted for fif- ty of the total sixty-one points the Aggies scored at the meet. The pride of the recruiting class was evi- denced in Randy Barnes, one of the top pros- pects in the shot put. In the College Station Relays Barnes threw the shot sixty-seven feet, seven and one quarter inchesg at the time it was considered the best outdoor throw ever by a freshman. Barnes bettered this feat later in the season with a throw of seventy one feet, nine and a half inchesg a world's best at the time. Besides Barnes, the Aggies captured some of the state's best spring talent in Stanley Kerr and Floyd Heard. Along with the Gary Pervis and Archie Roberts they comprised the freshman 4 x 100 relay squad. The Ag- gies took gold in the area of the field events and distance running. In the high jump the Aggies took Kenny Burke, a high school All- American high jumper and Matt Dunn a promising distance runner. The 4 x 100 meter relay team won the SWC title and finished 2nd in the nation at the NCAA Championships. The team is the fastest all freshmen team in collegiate history and the holder of the A8cM record. To add to his accomplishments on the relay team, Floyd Heard also won the NCAA 200 meter title and is now considered one of the fastest men in the world. The 1986 track season proved to be very successful in reviewing the performances of the freshman recruiting class. The coaching staff will be hard-pressed to field another class of this caliber in 1987 but with the new track complex and all the sports hype the Aggies received this year should make the recruiting a little easier. By Royce Dawkins 176 Sports Q I gn., . 4 1-', Hughes Hughes OPPOSITE: Randy Barnes in the shot putt competition during the College Station Relays. TOP RIGHT: Matt Dunn finishes 2nd in the 800 meter dash. BOTTOM RIGHT: Kenny Burke eases over the high jump bar. Sports 177 WOMEN'S TRACK - Aggie Women still improving The Texas ASLM womenis track program began the 1986 season with a new coach but a very familiar faceg Head Track Coach Charlie Thomas took over the position suc- ceeding Coach Bill Nix. Going into the season Coach Thomas felt that after the good re- cruiting year the Aggie women would be much more competitive in the 1986 season. The lacking ingredient for last year's team was that it did not have anyone competing in the field events. During the off-season recruit- ing, the Aggies managed to recruit Cassan- dra Perkins, Karen McMurray and Vernell Dunn all competing in either the shot put or discus. During the year the Aggie women were very consistent in their performances in the meets the team attended. The distance team, considered one of the strong points of the team, was paced again this year by Becky and Beth Drees and Esther Dedrick. In the College Station Relays the Aggies finished 1- 2-3 in the 5000 meter run with the Drees twins leading the way. Vernell Dunn cap- tured first place in the shot put in the College Station Relays with a throw of forty-five feet, five and one quarter inches. Perkins and McMurray took first and third respectively in the discus. The relay team of Lisa Langston, Novaita Samuels, Judy Williams and Alexis Russell had one of its best perofmances of the year in the Texas A8zM Relays. The relay squad won the 400 meter relay and the spring medleys. In addition to competing in the two home events, the College Station Relays and the Texas A8zM Relays, the team traveled to a number of other meets. These included the Rice Invitational, TSU Relays, Texas Relays, Baylor Invitational and the Texas Invitational. The Aggie women provided strong perfor- mances in each of the meets attended. Going into Conference meet Coach Thom- as felt that the women's team from Texas would be the team to beat. With some strong performances from the Aggie women Coach Thomas felt the Aggie would provide some good competition. 178 Sports -'Q rr' 4'Zf-, Hughes N. .XX N-tx OPPOSITE: Esther Dedrick concentrates on tinisning the 5000 meter run in the College Station Relays. TOP RIGHT: Novita Samuels competing in the 100 meter dash. BOTTOM: Brandy Stubblefield strains to clear the bar in the high jump. Sports 179 BASEBALL Aggies Have The 1986 Texas Aggie Baseball season was started with high hopes after Head Coach Mark Johnson's debut year that ended with a team record 39 regular season wins. Thirteen lettermen returned from that team that set or tied 35 individual and team re- cords. The Aggies had a 25-16 non-conference record, which was the most non-conference games they had ever played. The wins and Another Great losses seemed to all come in bunches. After being swept early by McNeese State and Pan American, the record stood at 2-6. They put things together after that and won 14 of the next 15 games. Then the losses started again. They lost two in a row to Mississippi State at Olsen Field and traveled to Hawaii for spring break where they lost 4 out of 5 games Year to the island teams of Hawaii and Hawaii- Hilo. In the remaining non-conference games, the Aggies went 8-3. All of these games came between SWC games and they were almost like days off from the tough SWC schedule and the team's quest for a conference cham- pionship. By: Ken Kuffner QM, BA . W 1" 0, 1, , ., ,,g1.u4..A.0Mc,29'9' - " ., - ,o. u 'LB k w , '-. - '. - V ' ,. I F . . X' " f I ." ' -7 A-in 4, ' as 180 Sports Mak 45-23 Pan American Pan American Pan American St. Mary's St. Maryls McNeese State McNeese State McNeese State Lamar Lamar Lubbock Chr. Lubbock Chr. Lubbock Chr. SW Louisiana SW Louisiana SW Louisiana Sam Houston Sam Houston NE Louisiana NE Louisiana Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Mississippi St. Mississippi St. Hawaii Hawaii Hawaii Hawaii-Hilo Hawaii-Hilo Houston Houston Houston Bethel College Minnesota Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas North Texas North Texas North Texas Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Dallas Baptist Dallas Baptist Baylor Baylor Baylor Sam Houston Rice Rice Rice Texas Texas Texas TCU TCU TCU Sam Houston Sam Houston Arkansas Baylor Baylor South Florida Florida State South Florida BASEBALL Aggies Share The Aggies started their 1986 Southwest Conference season with a three game series against the University of Houston in Olsen Field. They were optimistic to turn things around from a somewhat disappointing non- conference season. The Cougars were not very polite guests and pounded the Aggies 15-1. The Aggies decided that this would not be a good way to start the season and came back to crush UH 10-1 and 9-1 in the next two games. Top Conference Spot In the next series, the Aggies and the Ra- zorbacks traded shut-out wins and ended the series with a 5-2 Aggies win. Texas Tech hasn't been playing well against A8cM and the Aggies figured this would be a good time to get revenue for the basketball loss in the SWC final. The Aggies easily swept the Red Raiders and outscored them 39-13 in three games. Baylor and Rice were also swept to give the Aggies 10 SWC wins in a row. The Aggies traveled to Austin to face UT in a series that could have decided the confer- ence champion. The Longhorns won all three of the close games and it looked as if the Aggies were out of it. However, Texas lost two of it's next three games and the Aggies swept TCU to give the Aggies their third major title of the year. By: Ken Kuffner may "f"9"l? It 1 82 Sports i fa n NN -1 X -,x OPPOSITE: 63 Scott Livingstone breaks the double play by causing trouble for Pan Americans 3rd Base- man. TOP: It appears that Head Coach Mark Johnson may not have liked the call. BOTTOM: 426 Don Wren beats the throw at third. Sports 133 I BASEBALL Olsen Field was the site of the tenth annual Southwest Conference Post-Season Baseball Tournament and the Aggies had the advan- tage after coming off a three game sweep of TCU and playing in their home stadium. The other three teams in the double elimination tournament were Texas, Baylor, and Arkan- sas. The Aggies faced Arkansas in the first game of the tournament. Dale Barry, the top pitcher on the Aggie staff, started the game and pitched his usual best. The Aggies won the game 4-O and it was Barry's second shu- tout of the year against Arkansas and his third overall. Baylor shelled UT in their open- l ing game so Baylor and A8zM would be play- fm ing for the championship in a two out of three . series. Darryl Fry won his eleventh game of the year with a 8-0 shutout over the Bears in the first game. The Aggies pounded Baylor for 15 hits and all the Bears could manage was two. The second game was much closer and the Aggies needed to rally for five runs in the eighth inning to give Pat Werning his seventh win of the year and the Aggies the Tourna- ment championship. 'Nu If By: Ken Kuffner - .4 -. Q . - " ,-V - - '., . - ', u,,.,'p' ff,- V . -, , W . , , - , as - I- V . if V .. -alfa- Ph t by Sanchez 184 Sports . 1 kit f Aggies Take SWC Tournament l 1 xi. C' ,I fn: w-f l vfiiuhm Q-33 A gg, 3 E ,L X OPPOSITE: 44 Maury Martin slides in safe as the Pan American player looks on. TOP: -f3 Scott Livingstone manages to jump over the Tech defender. BOTTOM: Mike Scanlin displays his record breaking homerun swing. Sports 135 ,Skt yin: - . f f , rig 6' u ' ' aa 0 TH V 'A if X -' lab ,, . Z' 3 " 'JK' to aj ' -'Ni' . 7 A. Q .A ' 'V '. YG 2, . -...ff , 'b A w ' . r ' - "-.- 4 ' -- " ' , .. 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' "T .N X ig...--. rl 1 , ..-Er Qui' 1 .b".1-r, I KTA Q ix . u , 3: -,- A .4' l 1 is 'Gal 'X - I 711 f 'G , 13 Q GQ' BASEBALL Quick Exit in NCAA Tourney The Aggies had little time to celebrate their Southwest Conference Baseball title be- fore heading to Tallahassee, Florida to par- ticipate in the South ll Region of the NCAA Tournament. This was the toughest region in the tournament. It not only had seventh ranked South Florida, the Aggies opponent in game one, but also the Florida State Semi- noles, the number one team in the country, playing on their home turf. Staff ace Dale Barry pitched in the first game and it was not unlike the other eleven games he started. The South Florida Bulls were held to just seven hits, while the Aggies pounded out seventeen in the 10-2 romp. The Aggies were now looking ahead to the top team in the country. Florida State also had the number one fans in the country, featuring a packed house in virtually every game of the season, The fans were roudy in Tallahassee. Both the Agges and the Seminoles had fourteen hits in the game, but Florida St. put them to better use. Darryl Fry's record dropped to 11-5 as the aggies fell 12-9. In the Aggie's final game of the season, South Florida avenged the earlier loss with a 10-7 win to send the Aggies home waitin' til next year. By: Ken Kuffner ,27g"""7" " - ' " 114.44344 I'-'iq' ' 'r wrm,M,,.., 186 Sports bn. 4 difa 4 I A J if alll' sk, 5 f xx N H , ' Q QRX - Si. 188 Sports BASEBALL Scanlin 81 Barry make All-American The 1986 Baseball season was a memora- ble one because it featured both a solid team effort and the remarkable play of two All- Americans, the first time the team had two since 1978. The team play was emphasized by the ten team records the Aggies set and the unanimous decision to make Head Coach Mark Johnson Southwest Conference Coach of the Year. A8cM set team records in, to name a few: victories, hits, doubles, total bases, stolen bases, and putouts. All-American Mike Scanlin became the owner of thirteen new school records includ- ing most homeruns in a season l20l and ca- reer homeruns l43J. His combination of pow- er and speed enabled him to be the first Ag- gie ever to hit 20 homeruns and steal 20 bases in a season. Scanlin also earned career records in games played, runs, RBl's, total bases and stolen bases. Scanlin and Ever Ma- gallanes were the co-winners of the Marion Push MVP award. Dale Barry's 11-1 record made him an easy choice for the All-America team. He completed nine of his thirteen starts, the third most in Aggie history, and threw three shutouts. Barry also had a fine ERA of 2.03 and threw 87 strikeouts in 1 15 innings. Barry was voted the C.E. "Pat" Olsen Outstanding Pitcher by his teammates. By: Ken Kuffner elif .- -1997 VKZQIV 11,56 , V: ' , 1.4. f V qi... . r.,,,-,a,,. .,".,-.,, png., , ,,. , W ' . .V .. ,of 4 J I I . ga. V N I 4 .524 f?,2"w,," J" ' " Y ' , - 5.51: 7 Az ' . ,-H , f-'ff-mf , V f if g - ' ., sees, V 6 gi I . 34,4 I.. ,.3:,. II A 4 A f, I N V 4 ' wg- .uf fn V. k., Y ,ry Q 1, 545' aj . A. ,A ?. 5,1 , .' 44' V- .rj 5 .371 5,fW."v4'-11' Sf Pwr. . ' , ,gk My I .. ,,g l,,.j,.W4,, ,wg , . 4 , A, . ,I 421. gy, A 11 rfV,,,.5g24zV 1" L,gf,gg 'tariff g . f' .wjhfz f , 1 f H .7 1 W, 22194 ,,.',,,. ,, -4.5 :ww fm ' 9 f.f,y,,,.',:.J4,, yywn I, yi- if V' fs ,ff4f,j4,,, If yy.,yg,:,: ,' ' " ' 3 7' 7P'4'1" 'Z Cf- "wi " V . "ff ' . .. . .1 , 'r ff?-M . I V, ' . ' ."'o -4 ' 'Y ,-Sk- 9 .p N YA , L -If-., F . 1 .-'-'uv i-1'f 1 J F -f....s,t-.--"A:,ri . 1f..3::,w:Cw ""--:ap Rv, . N l? T f A , 4. 1 X Y 1 ' ' P ' .AQ 2- A T 2 bancnez OPPOSITE: The Aggie baserunner beats the throw to first against Texas. RIGHT: K9 Jeff Schow ducks under the tag. Sports 189 190 Sports SOFTBALL Is This Team The upset loss in the regionals last year kept the Texas ASLM Softball team from mak- ing it to the College World Series finals for the fourth time in a row. The Aggies had been to the CWS for six straight years, and the 42 team in the country losing that early was a big disappointment. The return of eleven letter winners, seven starters and three All-Ameri- Ever Bad? cans should make it easy for Head Coach Bob Brock's team to get back to the NCAA finals where they belong. The Aggies started very strong in 1986 and only gave up one run in their first nine games. The Aggies played a very tough schedule and faced about every top team in the country. They never lost more than two games in a row and usually overpowered ev- ery team they played. The Aggies finished the regular season with a 36-1 1 record. Since Brock arrived at ASLM in 1980, his teams have compiled a remarkable 308-75 record. By: Ken Kuffner A N, M 2,f,,as ' A na- .,,,,.7:f4-- . ,..1. if V N ist :swf-'K 'A in los by Makely A8rM 6 2 10 2 1 6 5 7 6 1 1 O 1 5 O 1 1 6 1 4 2 5 0 4 0 2 3 3 3 5 6 0 7 1 3 2 2 1 2 1 1 4 0 O 4 8 1 1 1 6 0 1 O 41-13 Mississippi St. Toledo SW Texas SW Louisiana Nichols St. La. Tech SW Texas Baylor U'l3Arlington Creighton UCLA Cal-Fullerton Cal-Fullerton Nevada-LV Cal-Berkeley Cal-Berkeley Cal-Long Beach Arizona Fresno Minnesota Utah Oklahoma St. Florida St. Adelphi Arizona St. SW Louisiana Utah Baylor Baylor SW Texas SW Texas S. Carolina S. Carolina S. Carolina S. Carolina UT-Arlington La. Tech La. Tech UT-Arlington UT-Arlington Oklahoma Brigham Young La. Tech La. Tech NE Louisiana NE Louisiana Kansas Kansas Creighton Indiana Cal-Fullerton California Cal-Fullerton Opponent O O 0 1 O O O O 0 3 O 1 O 3 1 0 O 0 2 0 O 2 1 1 2 3 O O O 1 O 2 3 O 1 1 O 0 1 O 3 O 1 1 O O O O O O 3 O 3 Sports 191 SOFTBALL 19 2 Sports , '44, 5 'N l..1 Q- -., 1 'fl' 'Aix S9 I 95 - V- 1. , n, I. ,yn-V0 - ,..-s ' N , Q -M-' M.: NJ, X' M aiu- 'M K . 1 6 !,Q- -tg-U -. r J. i A 4 . - N 4, .. - 5 ,, s-,. -' ' ,X -o-, - - 4 h , :.g . e 'K , . . .-..,', , . i - .4 ' -aflrf ,ii 211- 51.1.11 N T 5-Ez--K , , - . , .., , ., Y, , A -,.,, .- . N'-A Hhs... , " 'L' ' . SP1-A - .- - ."-,- Q- .,Nr- ,, 'V .N IS :kj ,",' '- 'Pr 1 -.. - X . - . ,,,L-5-' , nv- .,, N-4-3-5--.-. , ,'.u-- .Z-3' 15 Sim",-3.5 , ,..... .-.ff-u. ai., .,,-. Y- .- ..,...,.v- ee ' '- .' - :T-.Q-E'1 -f -1. --4' A 1, -.ig .I--1..'H-1-mr X - "'3'AT"' ., ' ' ' N:-'fi-ll-.T .2 -fra--S4 :S2,.,,, . ' '- . ' 'P--Q-.f 'Q-1 fa- -'- - '--' , '--an - f-- lar'-"" "'-'nk "11'1"v1""'El OPPOSITE: Aggies safe at home against Sam Houston, TOP and RIGHT: 014 Julie Carpenter heads to first. Julie was more valuable on the mound, with her 17-5 record and ,461 ERA. Sports 193 SOFTBALL Team Falls in Due to the great success ofthe 1986 Texas ASLM Softball team, the Aggies again hosted one of the regional tournaments with the hopes of returning to the College World Se- ries in Omaha. They learned last year not to take their opening round opponents lightly, and this year they didn't. The Aggies won both of their regional games against the Kansas Jayhawks and didn't let Kansas score a point. Their first opponent in the CWS was Creighton, a team that had beaten the Aggies 3-1 earlier in the season. The team avenged the loss by shuting out Creighton for their eighth win in a row without giving up a point. Indiana was their next game and again, they pitched a shut out to head to the finals. Cal-Fullerton and A8zM had split a pair of 1-O games earlier in the season so the teams were quite familiar with each other. ln a showdown between the nations 421 and 42 teams, the topped rank team was the victor and Cal-Fullerton won both games 3-O. The Aggies were proud of their 41-13 re- cord and their fourth trip to the NCAA finals. A large number of returning players should give the Aggies the ability to win one more game and bring the National Championship back to College Station. By: Ken Kuffner 194 Sports NCAA Final Game Q , . i 1 pn L V 44' -4:1 4 1 'Alf' re, . . fi .4531 1' ,,91'.' 1 4 in 'f pcm- G may Wqdh- Q in ,I A 7.14 K 5, ,. 5. .,1. ' en- 4 Q-its ,, D D , F I '4 I A '. .4- , - - , lg , .A , L 1 - to ...W-4 1- z- f .' x -f 1.5 I, Q .Q .sl 5.8 ft , x.-4 A. .Qin A. f - 5 1.5 V". .',. H-". .4 ' -. --. T' I ' 'fi "A ' " 'Q ' f 4- ' " 65: 'f:',?'3D' . ."-s'- 1. ' 4,51 -. A ..1 '- 1 ' 4 ' , 4'- Q. ,i A " ', . I n ' L, . , . 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Q 147 3 " .f " "' - 1 - . 2'-.,"'- : " "6 ' ,' ' ' ' ' ' '- '- Q-veg. -- 'h' " - - . Q .t . . w, - . t '--ngplv '.. -f".-1 -.. 'q. A ., -,. . .- . '-L ' ' ' - .. fa! - , - , l Q - ' . t: - f - - Q, J AN . , M ' --'mar - ' -- "' ' --'ff OPPOSITE: Shawn Andaya lets one fly, An- daya led the Aggie pitching staff with a 24-8 record and a .394 ERA. RIGHT: Rita Shea takes a good svhng. TOP: Shortstop Erin Newkirk makes the game's final out, Sports 195 1,,. 1 ' P11511 r V' 1 , ,iwfvr Y '1fl', 1' 4 Al 1. X ,f,.' .1 ,J-, H.. .1531 ,V .4 ,. 1. ., 1" 1 1 t, . I QA' LI v,- 'J " -'rs' 11 ' 'J'-,L ff .NY 1 rl-V vlXtl'.'1 11:1 V A I t1Il1bC'. 11' . 4 1 I". 3 . -' 1 4 . K ' L lr '1 1 1 iq ' ' 1.l'1 . I I I 1 411' K , I 1, .t A ,Q . ,. ' 1 M , '11 I 1. ,'. ,A . l , 11 1 1 , ' -.1 1' ' 'A 'Y V wwf., 1 4 ' 1' ,' W I 4 'Y U "e , 'I' 1'. ' -Y 1 1 - 1. ' .' 4 .Lian by ,fkuu - - ' 'F 1 '.N1" v l1f'.'. -M' 1"1'.4fT'L1'f.f, "HW , I 'Q .1Q'1f1uQ uf2","f-'za' '-man HH '1f"'.. -'-,Ja l'1' - L' "N '1 '- 1 'fix' 'K-vm 'li'-2.5 1. 'KH E31 '.'.4"' -'f..f'., '. .1-kl.:Vh1'1' 1.1.8 "N, .L A- 2-2111 '."1af1s ,f ".1 J", ',f,1"f, -'ln -,Lf 1,1 X ' S 3' 111 11 I' ' ily Jll . ' , g 4. , 'W 0 AI, all s b '4"v1 ' 1' '1 I ' lt- "M 14 4 I I I l i i l l i l 1985 SEASCN SWC CH MPS 05212 pearance in 18 Texas Aggies make their first cotton bowl ap- 56850115 ff ot-ton , . . cot-ton . . . cot- ton. . . l" began the season's first yell practice, but little did the Texas Aggies know that their annual hopes would be fulfilled. In spite of the team's starting loss at the hands of Ala- bama or their upset against Baylor, the rough-tough Texas ASLM football team en- cored in Dallas for the 1986 Cotton Bowl, Bonfire had fallen after midnight, fore- telling an Aggie victory when the Aggies encountered Texas. This meeting was the showdown to determine who would carry the Southwest Conference title. On Thanksgiving Day, 77,607 eyewitnesses loaded the bleachers and temporary seats of Kyle Field. Forty-two years ago that day, the same teams met to determine the championship. The crowd also celebrated another 42nd event, the birthday of Texas A8zM Athletic Director Jackie Sherrill. Aggie devotees and standing 12th Man created a sea of white each time the Ma- roon scored. The towels just flew up "in gleeful celebration" wrote Dave Campbell in the Waco Tribune Herald, but not at all "in surrenderli' Cotton balls flew every- where - that is, if they were not dangling from the ears or fingers of many. The Ag- gies beat the Longhorns again with a 32 point margin, just to freshen the memory of the 32-point Aggie margin in last year's, scrap with the Orange and White. The defeat sent Texas land Bevoj away with their tails tucked under to play the Air Force Academy in the Bluebonnet Bowl. Two weeks after the t. u. game, some- thing unusual happened on campus. The "Bowl facts" were that 8,000 tickets were available to students at S20 rather than S25 ia Sherrill-requested discountlg the best tickets were endzone and 10-yardline seatsg and FINALS were the following week. The latter must not have weighed too heavily on the minds of students as Camp Cotton was established in front of G. Rollie White Coliseum two days before tickets sales began. Camp Cotton had almost all the com- forts of home for the Twelfth Man. In front of the six ticket windows, campers set up sleeping bags, lawn chairs, tents, Christ- mas trees, B-B-Q grills and television sets. Video cassette recorders even played "Ghostbusters," "The Exterminatorf' or better, the A8:M vs. Texas game. Foot- balls, volleyballs and frisbees flew over- head during the balmy afternoons, and by night, teddy bears, popcorn and blankets took precedent. When asked about the beer drinking going on, senior electrical engineer major Barry Meyer, replied, "No comment," while Kevin Sherman, junior landscape artchitecture major, admitted, "Well, the only studying I do is when I study the girls." And by Tuesday morning, survivors were treated to coffee and donuts, which Jackie Sherrill had arranged to be deliv- ered. In "thanks", one clever group humped it and yelled, "Beat the hell outta the Dallas Times HeraId!," who earlier in the semester made allegations against particular team members. Still, whatever happened then or that night in front of G. Rollie White didn't matter anymore be- cause the Aggies were going to Big D. Nothing could stop them - not even Bo 16 Life 1 O A01 , -niques: ' 0,4 fffvff 'T' A win. fi. PM -an-Oanblhtlnf fsyevsplllq. "Z"""" .., .1--..- o 44 71 ff?- :55fM3'f35?' ff fa,w ,,,,4,fva, . .4 f Eb. 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The intramural department is directed by Dennis Corrington with the help of ten profes- sional staff members. It is jointly under the stu- dent service department and the physical edu- cation department. According to public relations director RJ. Na- deau, "Intramurals is one way that all students can become involved, regardless of skill and abil- ity " Sports 197 1 Kline: f ' '-can-' ' .wg-. his ' rv-!"'f J- ? . 4 .4--3 : ,.,.fr-- " ' ' I .,'-'-N 1 1 sf 3 y, , ' 1 C. f W + 1 . '53 'L 5 f "Tig,-,I L 1 -'uf Ein, 5 '3A 7' f D 1-" ,9- P --21 ' 1 Aww, ,.:,-. .' , , 1. F 2 .fillvv '.'- ,f f ., ik 4"-'Q A . A 4 - -7- l Q , f'+ffrf':5i - - .ggi--"f ., .-A , , f ,,::,.fff7'i'Lff, 122- Q " M. V .7 ' 'Ji 6: X ,F 1 M-, 'J 'f0"0xf' H- " A ' M 1 " ' . 'f L7 .'-1: , 1-'yd 7' -Aff! "'9' ,fhiif - - 137' 1 . ,, A 1 ,fvf'?"' H"f!f'!,Aaf ','- ,Qf f Q- I ja' " Qi 1 ,1,V7J,'y,,4g. ,:, ff , ' laffll, -.rm 7, vm" A?" 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I I TRAMURALS Cass A Men: Women: Clan B Men, Women: Class A CoRec: Mena Independent' Men's Dorm Women's Independent: Womens Dmm: Class B CoRec Mena Independent: Men's Dorm Womens Dorm Class C Womens Dorm: Class A CoRe:: Men Women: Class B CnRec: Men Class A Meds Dorm: Men's Independent: Womens Dorm' Class B Men's Independent: Women's Dorm: Class C Mens Dorm Men's Independent. Womens Donn: Men I 8- I 9 20421. 22-237 24-25: 26-35 36-45: Youngsters Team: Women 1 S- I 9: 20-2 1 : 24525: 2635: Men Accuracy- Distance: Women Aceuracy: Distance: CoRec: Cor ps: F ish. Men! Dorm Mens Independent: Womens Independent: Class B CoRec Carps. Flsh Mens Dorm Men's Independent Womens Dorm: Womens Independent: Class C CdRec: Mais Dorm: Mens Independent: Class A Collecz Men Women: Class 8 Men' Class A CoRec Men's Dorm Mens Independent- Women's Dorm: Class B Men's Dorm Men's Independent: Class A Men's Independenc Womens Independent: Class B Mens Independent: Class C Mens Independent: Men's Dorm: Womens Dorm Class A Mens Dorm: Mevfs lndependenh Class B Men's Dorm: Men's lndependent Womens Independent. Class A Mens Dorm' Mens Independent Wm-nen's Dorm: Class B Mens Dorm Men's Independent Class A Coker: Mens Donn Men's Lndepenclent: Womens Dorm Class B Mens Umm Men's Independent Womens Dorm Men: Women Class A Mens Dorm Men's Independent Mens AII'UnIv-nsnty: Women! Dorm: Class B Mens Donn Men's Independent Womens Dorm: Men Women: Men Srngles Doubles' Women Sxngia Doubles: CoRec: ARCHERY SINGLES BADMINTON DOUBLES .left :sg-If Qs' sem. Kam-. Cr P-Ilge fvfesa v Armelzse Wane: new Kftshm. Naseem stmgsfnan Fong Mmg Hayl. Az-'nan Syed Thomas Quan Lee. Jerry Bone rmvyeen Kaofx Ssseku. Nacho Hia Karla Krauss. Patty Martlnszws IC1ementsm Lan Aan Le, Do Bu: Reber: sesame, Keith Hughes Scott McKinney, Jerry Tennisch I!-'Iosesl Peggy Fntsche. Kathy Bushman liieathtyl Ann Bebop. Yvette Sanueueoen iGmnzvl PRESEASON BASKETBALL: BOWLING SINGLES CROSS COUNTRY RUN FIELD GOAL KICKING FLAG FOOTBAIJ. PRESEASON FLAG FOOTBALL FLICKERBALL GOLF DOUBLES Ha ppl. Fee: Sh- emma Dreemteam Nfnsmt-5 Zap DMA Dozer fPuryeerl Tm Fursf Kmma Lethe lflernentsl Vxct-1-r H-,wa rd sham new lang-I Dewd Moore I!'IcInn:sl Hamer! Shah Lemza Al Selm-on Wesley! Jan Haxwmtt meg sseoaegmss Sm-en Bama: 'bm Reber Larrs Mulsem J-,-nn Crompton Roadrunners Ann Retxaunaanu Benevldes Inez Ffrncz. Alma WtEI:amsl.n Kurt Aesec Scot Hanan .MEX T.:-nms Los: Neuman Happy Fcu E-1 D2 Lung- sqm, Sul? Af .sm nw 4 B LJ R R Heavens I IR F 2 Pnryear zest., mms E Dvss Haaszexale The Clan James Gang 'Puzy-ur PLO xl FE-Aus Seivm Belle! Shu Aww: The Oaf: E Das I-I.:-t Shats Muses Hours Semts Ciernenzs Cdtzes Wahm sm fmt-.1.s Chr: I-beks. Alex: Smnn Kathy mme-I. may Mfc-sem Doug Davxs, me seamen Ben Hczreil, Bare Lei: was Mttaesas, neu Pl-MI :ons eng: Kzs cabin, may Mom :mga HANDBALL SINGLES HORSHOE SINGLES INNERTUBE WATER BASKETBALL LONG DRIVING PICKLEALI. SINGLES PUNT. PASS k KICK PUTT PUIT GOLF Paul Br-:-:cvs Name! Boing vvmns wane wife aC:fet.-vt Hina:-:icz K1 Iss Cr-egxvrg Blake 'Bader :M scsi !-Lge Caiisrn Terr: Its.-.ree ztiearzg' Rm Peng IS4Emmactu1 3ruce Pesr- Talw Tits DG S:-t-:kai UPC Riders Citmenzs Cena K: Smut-Is 'isle S-mera Kesthiq Kanwkazzs Steve Taylor Pam: Gem: Kyla Cm-fav Mosul I-Sark I"I-adleg. Noel Waikce iPurvetvl Gr-.ny Pserw.-I CHN:-,-1 James Ft-:tcher 1Croc-ner! Steven Cxk Kxm Brown EMa,slIe!I Amar Y: H I Aw- 'i:.f-e Rasa: H1-5 Rotwzz 5:5 Mft- Law. 4 e seffffge : Fc'-c: Ps:-, ,rsiuv-a: .ass ewrfegf Greg 200 Sports asia ,. - fr- ' ff . N ' '-' " -' L-Q5f2D5:'.1., -V l ' - 11.-4w,, "H ' '- 0 . .., l "P' f F .f f f T H f J i M mm, ,, N2 4 f ll 'W ,. .4 12 ' J, Hughes .Vi f mg. X-5.9 . .Q 'pq "ee-aqua-. . 4 - - 4 I Class A Coilec Men? Donn: Henk Independent- Wamerfs Independent: Class B Colle: Men! Donn: Men! Independent: Womesfs Dorm: Wemufs Independent: Mah Faculty: Class C Men's lndependenl: Men? Donn: Mm! All-Uruvushy: Men: Class A CoRer: Men's Dorm Men! Independent: Women's Dot m- Class B Coilec Men's Dorm: RACQUET BALL DOUBLES ALS Kadvy Langltll. Gailfrrsz Pa.: Russell Rcaves. Tun Perry :Asn-nz Steve Sulhuan, Femandq Fonseca Kathy Lan-gnu. Mary Bzan Cndcy Coopc, John Wynn Duane Barone, Jeff Stzvers !Lzu.'l Todd Mammal. Wiha Farmer Cricky Cooper. .Zena Atclarxssn fllemixiyl Claudia Femanda. Di:drie Cailim Davnd Danzdser. Chazies Srmyw Pablo Lzdesma. Casa: Alfonso Sevilla Curl.: James Tariq: Nialzom James Ko-ms. B15 Cash SLAM DUNK 16 INCH SOFTBALL Je-im Vandevrnrer Hang Hgh Walio-rx 16 mchers Les Gert In Clements Cmsh Ga: :-zts Dunn DTem Men's Independent Ban Jay-.nes Claw C CORRC Ve! Med l PRESEASON SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT Class A CoRau: UpFm:z : Hag Mvrfs. C C. Crest.-:ru Class B CoRec Masiiu Men-Us Average wma Boys INDOOR SOCCER Class A CoRea CL1053 Men's Dorm' Puig-ear FC Men! Independant Exes Wornerfs Durm: Foe-it Foxes Wo:-ne.n's Independent' Salwar Bullet Class B Men's Dorm. I-icrazd Sn.-.g Men's Independent: 'EE Men! All-Unlverirgn Vnmzm A3 Class C CORK' Bakd-L-of Tro! OUTDOOR SOCCER Class A Caller: Menb Dorm: P-4:5-ec: FC Men! lndzpendzm: Wm-nen's Dorm: Womenk Independent. Class B CoRec Men! Dorm: Men! Independent: Wcmen's Dc-rm. Class A Corps: Men's Dorm' Men's Independenx: Women? Dorm: Women! Independent Class A Men? Dorm: M1113 Independent: Women? Dorm. Women! Independent' Oass B M2413 Dorm: Men's lndependent Womerfs Dorm: Womenk Independent- Class C Men's Dorm: Merfs Independent: Class A Mznfs Dorm: Meffs lsmdependenn Women? Dorm: Women's Independent Women's All-University: Class B Men's Dorm: Mexfs independent: Womzn's Dorm- womens lndepmagmz Class C Men's Dorm: Men! Independent Womerfs Dorm Old Cayman Fast Fexu CcfSquad Hazard Sung Goobers Knsegezand SWIM MEET 13, Fab E-2 Mme: Wu:-,of One Bead-ed W7-aies TABLE TENNIS SINGLES Hung Ceo iwaltm G2 Yeo Wang Tina S-afuzgrd Gledzil Naam Ek Steven Baye! Waksal Rick Buren Caxhersne Moslez flxgem Kay: S-asia Saga Oavensege I?'lo-eral lisa-le: Rosh TENNIS SINGLES Mike Coz-.aa Mama Dena: Bez-re Measg aw.-lf:-, exmnfaga Sharon Carmd B1-afmn, Ms-Q super acmfzm sem 5,1291-.C Lucy Sanahez !l5r.derv.'.xxi3 Vasa Marques lliani Rus Ca.-ml PL.-xras fdegthey? TRIATHLON Men 1849 Dc:-Ag Perle 20-21: Tn Z2-23: Basie S.-.nggera 24-25: Rad: Grenc: 26-35: K.:-pezwqi 3545: Dev-:J Scmrdx Ycnmgsters leam. Viaikex, Meme. Womznk IB-19: Ng.-ass' 2021: N511 Dare-J 22-23: Beverly K-ra Z4-25: Tracy Sam-sc.-1 26-35: Me-.z Yuungners lean: Szereg Reilezzy, F?-.ips CQRQQQ Mnilez, 51:Gra1v. TRIVIA BOWL Men EN: Andfrscn. Phd Eiuards, kg Woman: Becky Bauer. Susan Bembe. Jaausse Waodaani Coliee: PM Edwards L2 Dias-. Mark E-Luiey VOLLEYBALL Class A CoRec GA-N Corps- EI .L-43 Push Boozm' B Mink Dum: Dam Havzfsapped Menk Independent Qhxed Takmx Women! Dorm' Masks! Masses Women! Independent' Lu: Cunnan Class B Coliec Hard Cases Corps K-Z Flsh True-.1 P-2 Merfs Doxm Fc-E1 Ffa Na BH: Msn? Independenn Primus Women! Dorm, McFai1:1e:w Fins Wamenk Independent- Plea: Papers Class C C-1Rec, ips Sqnkers Men's Damn Mfsar An c: Nasa Meds Independent In Yau: Fas: PRESEASON VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT Gan A C0896 55142 Men Pcc Wee Harms Class B Cokec Rae A Henk P-P2 guna WEIGHTUFTING Men L50 and Under: EQ? ES.:-5' 151-175. Masai Vila? 175.200 P: .2::ff,: Women 125 and Undef V:-e::e if-3:3 L26-149: Lv: Cara L50 and Up: .Eze Efip 202 Sports ,gl L 9 K. Z.. fvlvirlf-nl w W 9 A ,Mi . E' rf 3 Z D. : -. A ,A vin 'cw YZ . 'Y A ' ' ' A as .A A, A 2 'A " Q Q,-z4'sz?2Q 'A ' ' V' i A4 Av: i A10 A .1 ,Aff :Wk , A A A 4, , l A ff-mwww ' W A-A QL Q AAA., A 91 "Y A lu... - N ' 1 N , , ff -4--11 uf-"' ' ' , .A Q -7- -....,, -A AMAWMA .A A A. A ,..,,,A A . ,A f I ' 4-fr. hi, nv V.-W' """' --.,.. J... AQ... AA 5 -in 1 :qi E 1' ' -- . 1 ""'Q1-,,g,i?-'Q INTRAMU Class A Cokec: Men: Women: Class B CoRec: Men: Women: Class A Men's Dorm: Wnmerfs Dorm: Class B Men's Dorm: Men's Independent: Men's AIIfUniversity: Women's Dorm: Class C Women's Darm: Class A CoRec: Corps: Fish: Men's Independent: Women's Dorm: Women's Independent: Class B 1 CoRec: Corps: Push: Men's Dorm: Men's Independent: Mens All-University: Womzrfs Dorm: Womens Independent: Womens All-University: Class C CoRec: V ' Men's Dorm: Mens Independent: Class A CoRec: I Men's Dorm: Men's Independent: Womens Dorm: Womens Independent: Class B CoRec: Men's Dorm: Men's Independent: Men's All-Universiiyz Womens Dorm: Class C ' ' CDRec: Men's Independent: Men - Total: Longest Streak: Team: Women Total: Longest Streak: Billy Varos. Kathy Crarg Tom Thompsrm. Gary Backer Bonnie 0'Donnei. Kathy Crexg Char Wadner, Scott Skelton Scot! Stevens. Michael Morre Julie Helley. Karen Holbran Laurie Chambers lMosesI Karla Km-ss IClemen2sl Doug Nelson ICroeke:l Indra Safgan Kuat Chun Gan Sheila Pereira tl-'lughesl Donna Prasilka lNeeleyI S-fsov.-time Gator :ZA Boozin B B+BalI Express Neiley KO's Dreamteam Underpan! AI Anrmals Killer Fish Get Fresh CR Soupbone Spartans McFadden No Swear The Dweebs Brahma The Four Doors The Crspps C815 Waltcn Wallcngers Cotton Bouiers Clements Gutterballers Cowtown Gris Strangers Moses Heirs The Mammoth Wal: Sari?-es Moser M Il The Survivors B D OS, Chns Mase Chris Masi Thet's On Ya Caro! Rcdrgaez Carol Rodriguez Team: Lis Crew Men SIUSISSL Scott Doubles: Greg Fitzgerald. Scott Gunn Women SIUSIQSI Kelly McQuelans CORCCI Stephanie Norris. Scott Gunn Men I9 and under: Brad H53 20-ZIZ Joel Tdand 22-232 Mike Clay,-ville 24-252 .I.L. Bagen 26-35: William Tnempsvn 55 and over: Jig-n Begin Youngsters: Team Olympra Women 19 and under: Anne Comell 20-21: Patncia Maxhews Class A Men: Alan Semen Women: Cathy Boa-sin Class B Men: John Bnner Class C Men: Steve Pearson WOMEN Jan Can' Class A Men's Independent Todd Bryan, Jerry Ordanez ciwosgetfs Independent: Gena Smalley, Wendy Smalley ass CoRec: Terri Rtha. Bernard Zee Men's Dorm: Branch Ward, Paul Porcard tMorreI Class C Men's Independent: Anthony Morre. Steve Wolfe Men: Scot-1 Park Women: Lee Ann Neal HORSESHOE DOUBLES Class A Collar: Mike Calliham. Lta Oil Men's Independent: Mxke Calliham, Sean Caiiham Men's Domr Jim Piper. Bill Romney lDavis-Gaxyl Women's Dorm: Chris McDade, Delores Bezner Giahbyl Class B CoRec: David Bras, Cynthia Clayton Mens Independent: Chuck Guru. Rob Take: INNERTUBE WATER POLO Clacsg A Rec: Sponges Men's Domr DAG, Baby S331 Men's Independukt: Womens Dorm: Burnmg Dernms Clements of the Sea Women's Independent Water Slams Clas B Cokecz .Ice Bobs Mens Dorm: Moses lmperials Mats Indepatdent: Beta Cowboys 204 Sports Q, . W 1 nf "f:, qg 4 A ' f 4' f T'QZ'?gf' 0, , W :Q ,f f 1 Tatge in -L -11141 ,xiii K' 'lu .-' my .I '-Y sw- -: ,as i , - Av ' xt- , -, fi'Tf1"2n-SJ-5l?"' f'4 -gs, '33 . .r - , ' . . Q,-3'g,L,,.vg "fa 2- 5--tfqgfgk -,.. .Qs sp..-sf. i, A 1 ,.,. V. , .. EQ'-LfrQg':'-. 91- ' ' l',1,.'-jhwx ':::"x- VN A ,. kv N is 'Q'-fr-. '- ii' if I '.-Qlv,4:,'.Qfi'i,-GAIN.: , x A ' K - :' Q'-1-'-' fi' -'.-ffis3+..14ge1,:,4s4g::fsr4f'1atillfwfisff J., "ft, t1 ,. 7. . ia 1- f 1 'V-U ..- U 4. RIMA- - , snag'- Tatge ' i ' girl- 31423: ' . ,gig it . ' 1 . - I Xi .. - r f Q ' I . tt , ' if ' XVI: 4 'T' ' f it at i' s'1f11 d x 1 ta xslt.: 5 XM.. W its X X. ,A N, 3.9 Q, ,fl .. f ,I W . A -age? ,. Sits . A I , I . I 2 4 t, r I - , Q ' ' I ' s vi,-,, W-xi X- sa. -X 1 :.an.v.m bm-: f M'-'r' " +L-f4'f 'W ' 5?55'i1M'Y-wfQtu.sf1- -at ' . ., .. . 1 . 1 8.31 -5- 5 I was FN-v W R .xv-' gg' ' -I ---N , 51 H Rc .X -' . . " .f.s' Je ,Vx ' .s ""',4,,4-wq1'.:'w 1 ss.. to w. M ,,l'1 QNW N.,,.1t 'IQ Q 5,1 - fm- .1-.tw--' -,Q -1 I N. Q ' P' 1' I iffy f , g-ww Nl .1 I N- 5-1-Q -nog ' AJ . i '1 sf. ' 9113" VF."-"'I' V "P ' - . tfglkis-' I1'..2.-p'1AlP's..x.1F53's"-X' "'g'1Q'gs-Sig, .?'-.yy -Lx I g",:,:5W ' V81 + . iL.1a.,.?u?j,.-2t.f-ka,grQ'- Q S ev 1 "1.',1v'- '1 I" "nw ",. -, "N, 1 vg ' I-1441 r A LU' .fl " , ,,. ,..w.1, -. 43- .. . - -4, has-. . . .. Q 'ff .e .Qoa---s03'f1'1,f, .vang-N Mft'-.-:5'.-pta-,.::,,4iM - Aiwa i 'w1Pf1-'fxgivz'--Vw4.iIT'fg-L,:e'LT -Q Amr. I . 1 it v Makely PENBERTHY SOFTBALL TOU NAMENT Class A Mens: CoRec: Class B Mens: PICKLEBALL DOUBLES Class A CoRec: Men's Dorm: Men's Independent: Women's Dorm: Zephyr Gamers C.C. Creations, B, Squad Frank Thomas, Jan Baldwin Keith Jaeger. Dan Koemng IWaItonJ Noel Wallace, Steve Claiin Kelly Hobart, Debbie Goode lClementsl Class B CoRec: ' Tim Willett, Liz Dillow Men's Independent: Ken Lawson. Doug Williams RAQUETBALL SINGLES Class A Men's Dorm: Chris Smith lCrockerl Men's Independent: Henry GalIan Wornen's Dorm: Kelly Hobart lCIementsl Womens Independent. Chris Daniels Class B Mens Dorm: Steve Green IAstonl Mens Independent: Scott Philbps Women's Dorm: Alisa Schmidt IHobbyI Wcmen's Independent: Gloria Smalley Won-ien's All-University: Kathy Craig Class C Men's Dorm: Bobby Qubre Iwaltonl Men's Independent: Don Lewis Womens Dorm: Melisa Van Dyke IFowIerI Women's Independent: Linda Haddox SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL Class A CoRec: Happy Feet Fish: D-2 Men's Dorm: Men's All-University: Dunn Wammies C .Ci Creations WOMQUYS All-University: Angeis Class B Collecz Crookeclwookez Fish: D-1 Corps: A-2 Renagades Men's All-University: Mumford PE W0mEh,5 Dorm: Hughes Hall Women's Independent: Ball Busters Class C CoRec: Huggers Men's Dorm: Morre Wammie Men's Independent: Horneboys SUPERSTARS Men's: Mark Hadiey Women's1 Ann House Teams Collet: X-Men Mens: Second Time Around Women's: Hobby Losers TABLE TENNIS DOUBLES Class A CoRec: Roswitha Saurugger. Pete Saurugger Men's Dorm: Steve Clalin, Noel Wallace IPuryearl Men's Independent: James Cross. Pete Saurufger Womens Dorm: Karla Kroiss, Patty Matlwews llflemmtsl Women's Independent: Lori Gongora, Yvette Santiesoteban Class B CoRec: Laurie Human. Chnss Mas: Mens Dorm: Mike Hembree, Harold Monical lDavis'Garyj Men's Independent: Ron Stohknan, Drew McMiIEan Class C Men's Independent: Clint Howard. Dax-id TENNIS DOUBLES Class A CDR-ac: Richard May. Christina Lopez Men's Dorm: Men's Independent: Women's Independent: Class B CoRec: Mens Dorm: Men's Independent: Women's Dorm: Women's Independent: Class C CoRec: Men's Dorm: Men's Independent: Womerfs Dorm: Women's Independent: Corps: Hsh: Men's Dorm: Men's Independent: Clam A CoRec: Men's Dorm: Men's Independent: Wamen's Dorm: Women's Independent Class B CoRec: Men's Dorm: Men's Independent: Women's Dorm: Womens Independent: Class C CoRe:: Men's Independent: Class A CoRec: Men's Dorm: Men's Independent. Women's Dorm: Class B CoRec: Mens Dorm: Mens Independent: Womens Dorm: Womens Independent: Class C Men's Independent: Class A 142: 150: 153 167: 177: 190: Unlimited: Anthony Plepys. Fred Marques lCrockerI David Buchanan. Jett Seavey Sharon Hall, Carmel Bradbury Barbara Bishop. Scott Chanson Troy Floyd. Mrchael Harper ICmcker3 Robert Dzuiclt, Steven' Kristen Lethe, Susan Segars IC1ernentsl Mona Enatt. Stephanie Epps Harud Kamta, Mayuni Karate Brock Howe, Eric Latimer tAstonI David Kaase, Mr!-te Randig Melanie Session. Michelle Perez Ertca Erickson, Stacy Glaze: TRACK AND FIELD VOLLEYBALL TRIPLES WALLYBALL WRESTLING A-Company B2 Moses Hosers PE Rookses Up Ebur VB Dunn Stern Trips to Win Neeley KO's Duckfe PE, Rookaes D.G Court Jesters Trastor 'Z Hughes Hail Kumquats Triple Trouble Nothins Easy OH the Wall Ast-Jn Maybe Lucky Matrasen Ciements Cool One More Try Moore Fo Flo Mc Bro High RoIIers Hobby WaIIhangers Still Clueles ME, Maniacs Joe Roland Steve Swaldi Cody Hurst Davsi Farm Tad Muide: Jef? Cenniii Greg Fowler Jackson! The charts ranked ASLM 11th and Au- burn 15th before the game: A8cM also had a 9-2 record contrasting Auburn's 8-3. By the looks, we were on top, yet this Cotton Bowl appearance would be the first for A8rM in 18 seasons, whereas Auburn had three straight wins in the Bowl. So it was predicted that ASLM would fold under this big name team, who had Heisman Trophy winner Jackson on their side. The 50th Anniversary Cotton Bowl Classic attracted 73,137 spectators that first day of the year, 1986. Students, alumni and fans took breaks from holiday seasons to be there. Both season confer- ence winners were there to decide who had the talent and endurance to win. fA8cM could do it!! Kevin Murray, sophomore quarterback and runnerup to Jackson in MVP ballot- ing, made 292 yards, a record high for the Bowl games, with 283 yards offensively. Anthony Toney and Rodger Vick handled the running game, since it was Sherrill's design to have fresh fullbacks at all times. In the third quarter, with 13 minutes left on the clock, the Tigers were at A8zM's seven yardline, with scoring in sight. A8zMls defense pressed on Jackson, who three times tried to get pass the Maroon defense. Then, the Tigers got the fourth down just outside the two, but they failed when they attempted a touchdown. Later in the fourth quarter, the Agg stopped Jackson again on a crucial fourth down effort. There was no getting passed this Aggie team and the 12th Man knew it. With each anticipated score for either side, the stadium shook. Once again, tow- els flew up and engulfed more than half the stadium, Ag spirit overwhelmed. The SWC champs were champions again! Peo- ple even humped it to a slightly different yell, "Give Jackie a raise, whoop!" The Aggies received national attention for the big win. A8rM placed fifth in both news agency polls, finishing 10-2 in the season. For Sherill, this win was "the big- gest . . . of this! career because . . . of the things we had to endure to get here." And for all thick-blooded Ags around the world, this was a win that distinguished two kinds of people: "Aggies and those who wish they were." By Yollie Lopez Extramurals Sports There are 29 extramural sports clubs at Texas ASLM that offer instruction and competition for its members. Any student may join a club, regardless of their ability, provided they have an interest in developing the skills that are necessary to participate. The teams represent Texas A8zM around the state and country and compete against other clubs, universities and NCAA teams. 206 Sports af.-'52 .. 'sh i.. - -'F .41 v -' M-sef.w 1' -f T-' lf: V !VC . 3' .-Lintffff " Fe. ' ' ,,, .5134 Q ...th , A -i .N ., V- . .,., . A 'az-s. A " A m,.,,,,-i- 9 S. ,wwf - -n. . 'Ie 'Quay U11 -... -u . , "-'f' ,. ,. ll - H --.ff .Q 5 ? . 1 i 4 if ' 1 J it iff. - ., ll 1 'f 1:14 1 ,Lis t pg - A. 4 ' 7: 9 Gia if f " :si 1 , lf. s " - 9 : Q g 1, V ff? 1 -J' ' zu A if .1 Q QS 31 3 -fix I fxw n.,-. A - ...- .- -5. Q-. 1--g , .., x wk V '. n..-. '-., , L. M-u--, 1 nv ' ' fi., M 146 '.lv'.ijQ4 3 -V F n -1. T ff' L KL -I 0 MMMY x 5 f' My Z3 D0 Sf! in . ' M, g ,. 4 V v , LP, , ,. - R -' 5 . A 'Z I , ' I' ' by 'I H! 'XX ', , . 1 X 'X Q f fr-' - E - . Ag, - I as sports 201 208 Sports Extramurals ARCHERY The purpose of the Texas ASLM Target Archers shall be to encourage and enable its members to improve their shooting ability and provide opportunities for a team to represent Texas A8rM University at local, regional, and national archery tournaments. B DMI TON The Texas ASLM Badminton Club promoted interest in the game of badmitton and provided competition vtith other badminton teams. Several out-of-town tournaments were attended by the club, which has male and female divisions, including a club tournament providing campus- wide competition during the fall and spring semesters. BOWLING To many of us, bowling may be a pastime that draws a smirk when a friend suggests we spend a Saturday night at the alleys, but it is something that most of us will admit to enjoying. However, the Bowling club takes theirs a bit more serious. The club this year competed in tourna- ments in Dallas, St. Louis, and Las Vegas in hopes of gaining an invitation to the nationals. President Mike Shoemaker says the club field men's and women's teams compete against schools such as North Texas State, West Texas State, and Southwest Texas among others. Bowlers can earn scholarship money as prizes for tournament victories. FENCING Practicing once a week and sponsoring a fencing tour- nament were two ways in which the Texas ASLM Fencing Club accomplished their goal of enjoyment and encour- agement for the sport of fencing. International competi- tion is available for olympic-caliber fencers, as well as instruction and novice tournaments for beginners. uf 'KA T - .-A rs Sports 209 210 Sports Extramural BOXING The Texas ASLM Boxing Club provides opportunities for anyone interested in the sport of boxing to learn the basic skills or develop existing ones. The club, in its fourth year, competed in the state regional ABF meet and the national regional meet. The team is a member of the National Collegiate Boxing Association and also partici- pated in Sig Ep Fight Night. CYCLING The Texas A8zM Cycling team provided novice and expert riders the opportunity to participate in training rides, team races, and time trials. They also competed in Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas in races sanctioned by the United States Cycling Federation. The participants are amateurs although money andfor merchandise is awarded for prize. FIELD HOCKEY An increasing number of men's, womens and coed teams in the area provided exciting competition for all members of the Texas A8cM Field Hockey Team. The club is open to men and women interested in participating in the sport. Veteran club members provided instruction to those wishing to learn how to play and the team com- peted in Denver and Mexico City, HANDBALL Open to men and women, the Texas A8zM Handball Club enables handball enthusiasts the opportunity for both formal and informal competition. Club members competed against each other as well as other tourna- ments including the National Intercollegiate Handball Championships. The club also hosted two tournaments, the Fall and Spring Aggieland Classics. '35 1 'Q T: ? Ll 5 lynx, TIT ze "1 ! I, X r I 5-Q. i in i- ""Vl'llnn --Biff - , ' ,3a:.4,:.1:g - , s""""'-.. .... --Q..,,,,, ' 'Lf'-14' Rena.-.........L .. Eg, hx .-. f.. .Y ., ' ' Nw- -.A "Hin-H-ri, ' 524 l 1 1 r H i V s.. L ...Q-5 LeBounlheI R:-cha Sports 21 1 212 Sports Extramural HANDICAPPED ATHLETES The Association of Handicapped Athletes is designed to pro- mote and encourage wheelchair sports for the handicapped The organization was originally founded as a wheelchair basket- ball team but has expanded to include club sports such as archery, racquetball, and track and field. The team also pro- vides social and recreational activities for handicapped stu- dents. GYMNASTICS The gymnastics club has approximately 25 active members representing men's and women's teams. Spokesperson Moni- que Cox says one of the groups goals is to promote gymnastics for recreation and competition. Although agility is essential, a person need not have gymnastics experience to join, as the club policy welcomes beginners. Practices are held daily during the week in a permanently reserved gym on the Reed Building's third floor. The men's team won the state title in 1985 and will sponsor the state tournament here in 1986. JUDO The Texas A8tM Judo Club sponsors workouts twice a week in which members compete with each other to fine tune their skills for tournaments. Bobby Perez, the club president, says there are about 20 active members and the club is generally competition-based. Members attend five to six tournaments yearly and some compete additionally on their own. The sport is the martial arts equivalent of wrestling and requires a combination of strength and technique. The club sponsors professional instructors from time to time, and has been successful, sending several members to the nationals in recent years. PGLO The Texas ASLM Polo Club is for both men and women who are interested in refining the basic skills of the game of Polo. The Texas ASLM team competes against polo clubs such as the McFadden Ranch Club in Victoria and the Retama Polo Club in San Antonio. Intrasquad games provide experience for the young players and enables them to advance to the intercolle- giate level. The club maintains a string of horses, therefore individuals need not own a horse to be a member. ICE HOCKEY The Texas A8zM lce Hockey Team offers competitive inter- collegiate ice hockey to its members. The team is a member of the Southwest Collegiate Hockey Association with all home games and practices held in Houston. The four-year-old club contains several members from the northern part of the coun- try and is a growing part of the movement to make hockey popular in Texas. Hughes Xl AEG E5 -.L 5 A .fiiizf-i5f . - . 'g'5:1.,.. Qs,:,,i.qg, xv X A 3. ., 1: :ff- Q 1 "', ' .7 1 Q - ' A Hughes Sports 213 Extramural LACROSSE The Texas ASLM Lacrosse team competes in the Col- lege Division of the Southwest Lacross Association. Non- conference games are also scheduled against teams in the club division. The team welcomes beginners to their full practices which are essential in preparing the team for the spring conference schedule. RACQUETB Us The Texas A8rM Racquetball Club is a CoRec sports club offering a full range of opportunities for the competi- tive of recreational player. The club provides information and assistance to those interested in attending tourna- ments throughout the state and country. Tryouts for the TAMU intercollegiate team are also held through the club. RO DRUNNERS The purpose of the Texas A8zM Radrunners Club is to promote running for fittness and recreation. The club sponsors several fun runs and races and also takes trips to out-of-town races. The club is primarily a recreational running group, and is concerned with providing an oppor- tunity for all runners to better enjoy the sport. RODEO The Texas Aggie Rodeo Association provides rodeo contestants an opportunity to compete in National Inter- collegiate Rodeo Association events. Contestants from the Southern Region of the NIRA compete in bareback, saddlebronc, bull riding, tiedown calf roping, team rop- ing, goal tieing and barrel racing. 'Tk u,1w-V1-v U y. . K .'wi'-"' I-...ffm ' ', :A l I A 'v , I ' v -.pl-.34-fQuv Q . ' iJg"k'f.f"vs " 'K ' . , 1.x 'i "'M ' "-Q " . A - ,, ,- 'w -' :ye - -- ' va f . I 3 N M VT Talge s ff 4 ! 'vs Q . I P , , 5 .q gg, x f - P- - , 1 A.: is 5' ' Q- ' -U ll " qi pg 5 3 Q . .- .3 rim --- V - X- ... - 54 l, . ,, 'iw- 1 N w N!!! K7-ll 'U lui Hl Civ h Q U R M Photos 18 Life OFFICIAL AGGIE F RATS new Greek organizations granted recognition nine years after first attempt. n 1896 the first Greek or- ganization, Alpha Phi, was founded at Texas A8zM to link together former students. The fraternity merged with the Alumni Association in 1900, but the groundwork had been laid and a controversy had begun. In the July 5, 1945, issue of "The Bat- talion," an article appeared, commenting on a July "Readers Digest" story that told of the evils of Greek letter organizations. The "Battalionl' article said, "Every Aggie who reads that article will be fully in accord with its every assertion, otherwise he cannot claim the supreme honor of be- ing an Aggie, for A8rM is symbolic of de- mocracy - the worst enemy of the soror- ity and the fraternity. In 1965, five Hart Hall residents decid- ed to start a fraternal organization by the name Phi Delta Sigma. By 1973, number- ing 56, they became a nationally recog- nized chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon. When the group sought official recognition in 1977 they were denied. ln September 1985, nine years later, the University granted recognitions to Greek organizations. As of May, 1986, no sorority had applied for university recogni- tion and the larger fraternities had voiced no intention of seeking recognition. While some are claiming a victory for the Greeks, many members of the Greek system say they did not ask for recognition and do not want it. Sigma Chi President Danny Parsley voiced his opinions, saying, "The strength of the fraternity system is strictly from within. What has the University done to help fraternities get to where they are to- day? Nothing." Many fraternity members feel Interfra- ternity Council's recognition is enough be- cause the Council is the fraternities so- verning body. Wes Williams, president of the Interfra- ternity Council said, "If a fraternity gets in trouble, the IFC can act as an interme- diary between the university and the fra- ternity." "We're fthe fraternitiesl big enough that we don't need what the university has to offer - meeting places or advertising. These things are good for a smaller frater- nity," Williams said. But Phi Sigma Kappa Vice President Tom Owmbey said university recognition "gives us the opportunity to become more visible to the students, and since we're a small organization now, this will allow us to grow," he said. Opinions from students not affiliated with the Greek system are still somewhat mixed. One Davis-Gary resident said he felt fraternities aren't really for A8zM. He said he feels they are harmful to the school spirit and doesn't feel they participate in school traditions like Bonfire. But Richard Williams, vice president of the university recognized agricultural fra- ternity Alpha Gamma Rho commented, "They complain that we won't participate in the traditions of A8zM, but they give us a hard time if we do." Cadet Peter Teliha voiced another opin- ion that seems to be prominent with the A8rM student body. "What's important is that you're an Ag first." By Dawn Butz A 1 1 I Extramural MEN'S RUGBY The Texas A8rM Mens Rugby Team has continued their reign as the number one collegiate rugby team in the state. After another fine season, the Aggies won their thirteenth state title in the Texas Collegiate Champion- ship in Austin. The Rugby team competes with other universities and club teams from Texas and surrounding states in the Texas Rugby Union. WOMEN'S RUGBY Even though the rules of the sport are somewhat com- plex, the women's rugby team used a majority of first- year players and still managed a national ranking in the top ten. Player-coach Jeannie Von Stultz attributes most of this success to a great sense of team unity, and this unity can be attributed to challenging workouts four days a week. The club was founded by, believe it, a Playboy bunny some ten years ago, and has grown to a nationally re- spected, competition-based squad. The team welcomes tryouts, but set in shape because when these girls play, they mean it. TAE KWON DO The TAMU Tae Quan Do Club is Texas A8rlVl's most popular Martial Arts club. Stressing strong Tae Quon Do kicking and punching techniques, the club places empha- sis on practical self-defense, winning sport karate, and the development of the physical, mental, and social self. The club offers beginning and advanced classes for men and women. SKEET 8r TRAP The Texas A8rM University Skeet and trap club serves faculty, staff, and students by providing instruction to newcomers in saftey, range etiquete, and in the funda- mentals of skeet and trap shooting, as well as competition in the collegiate, state, and national levels. 216 Sports 'aursuvuw-x 5 V I.. im, Q .1 """Q . s A Z' . 9. l x " Eg-'nz-:Er1Uil5.ax1v.-' w-- .- 1- . f b M I 'L I me t Nl f 1 'I ,vw W2 0. Tnmvoaof x ,' -,V . Q1 y N 2 .F Sports 217 218 Sports Extramurals SOCCER The Texas ASLM Men's Soccer Club provides students with an opportunity for intercollegiate soccer competi- tion. Once an NCAA Varsity sport, the soccer club com- petes against other schools in the Southwest Conference, but membership is open to players of any skill level. MEN'S VOLLEYBALL The purpose of the Texas A8cM Volleyball team is to promote interest in the competitive power of the sport as sanctioned by the United States Volleyball Association. The team trains its members through regularly scheduled workouts, enters in tournaments and league match play, and hosts two tournaments annually. WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Competitive Volleyball games in a non-NCAA level is the purpose behind the Texas ASLM Women's Volleyball Club. The team competed as members of the United States Volleyball Association against other club teams throughout the state, Although some univeristy teams were played, most ofthe competition came from indepen- dent teams. ULTIMATE FRISBEE The Texas ASLM Ultimate Frisbee Club fields 2 com- petitive teams which participate in tournaments through- out the South. On both men's and women's teams, em- phasis is placed on instruction, fellowship, and competi- tion. Fall and Spring competition include Ultimate Players Association qualifying tournaments which lead to the annual national tournament, WATER SKIING The Texas A8cM Water Ski Club is dedicated to the promotion of safe Waterskiing at all levels. The club offers instruction to A8aM students at all skill levels and repre- sents Texas A8cM in intercollegiate competition. Prac- tices are held at the Texas Instruments Lake on FM. 60. ' 5060 I 'c 'IQ L , f f 1 F ' 3 +-Q' 4' vqan ff4wau.. iffvf .I-1. :1 -' - S v 9 ff- 42' -ng-,. ww-,-n-Q9 4-ti. ' a 1224? - -ff:-1 '13, f'f.i'::'- qs. . .9 A-Q Sports 219 220 Sports xtramural WEIGHTLIFTING The Texas A8zM Weightlifting Club has as its objective the promotion of weight training as a sport and leisure activity. The club maintains a weight room in G. Rollie White Coliseum which enables its 600 members to work out. The Club also sponsors powerlifting and body build- ing teams whose members compete across the state as well as in the National Championships. WRESTLING The Texas A8zM Wrestling Team practices throughout the year in Room 260 of G. Rollie White. Dedicated to providing Texas A8zlVI with a quality wrestling program and promoting the sport throughout the state, the club offers instruction to any students willing to work. Individ- ual weight classes range from 118 pounds to heavyweights. WATER POLO The Texas ASLM Water Polo Club competes in the fall semester in games and tournaments around the state. Open to men and women, the club practices in Cain pool and offers coaching and instruction to the inexperienced beginner and top competition with collegiate and club teams for the advanced players. . " I San 'I , 1 gi' -wb -Q A . 5. -: THE NEW GENERATICN O 222 D Editor: Jill Notdurft max-nTk1gd rg fh pf bkyd mat, The Residence Hall Association, formed in 1972, serves as the general governing body for the residence halls and acts as a liason between the students in the dormitories and the university. The T.A.M.U. R.H.A. is one of the most outstanding residence hall associ- ations in the country, so recognized for its programming and the services it provides for the students. The R.H.A. promotes leadership development within the halls, promotes physical improvements in the halls, and encourages and assists in the development of an education- al and social environment in the halls. The R.H.A. is the largest organization on campus, for it actually includes all on-campus resi- dents in its membership. R.H.A. is responsible for the organization and execution of such events as RHAlloween, Casino Night, Almost Anything Goes, a Par- ent's Weekend coffee, and the new president's retreat. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Sally Craddock, secretary, Schmid, chaplain, Felipe de Arana, dlrectgr of public rela. stead, David McDowell, director of facilities and oper- Mlchele Fisher, presidentg Allison Kruest, vice president, tions, Carla Carey, director of external af-fairs, Laura Wal. ations, Marya Znoj, director of external affairs. Lynne Radcliffe, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Jenda 224 RHA ig xg , S lj ii, :L Z 2 ' Xen,-x A ' - :L L. ,, in ll L YQ 5 , nz, lg . si" XA ,f rC" ' Ni' , Q my 'Q Q fx! xx K v. r , 1 its 'Q' S S V .J if x GV I Qi! -.3 Y r? s 50, ? 465 AQ," 'Ng I1 ,, . Q. .-.. 'ii -i I'-uf TOP: Fraternity and sorority members enjoy themselves at Greek Derby Day by acting like secret agents. LEFT: Aggies box for charity at Fight Night, F i 1 Lite 19 Mgt. Q 35 - P . Sa R a .2-gy s. 1 J ?!?"'T 'N'-s TT "' .Q 5 H Halloween isn't just for kids anymore. This was obvious when, on Halloween night, the campus was filled with costumed trick-or- treaters, all out looking for candy, kisses, per- haps a little alcohol lalthough it was forbid- denl, and just an all-around good time. The Residence Hall Association was responsible for the planning of the RHAlloween activi- ties. On Halloween night, following costume contests at the Commons and Sbisa dining halls, residents of men's dorms trick-or-treat ed at the women's dorms from 7:00 to 8:00. Then it was the women's turn to trick-or-treat in the men's dorms for an hour. At 9:00 until 12:00, there was a R.H.A.-sponsored Hal- loween dance behind Hart Hall. The RHAlloween activities are an annual event that most campus residents look forward to. LEFT: Trying to beat the odds two students participate in a game of craps at Casino '86. BELOW: Playing with play money, students try to beat the student dealers from the resident halls. Beginning as a dorm mixer, Casino be- came so successful and popular among the students that the RHA council took over and made it into one of their largest annual fun- draising event. The annual event which is held in the MSC each year took the theme of "Caribbean Dreams" for this years Casino '86, The event netted 510,000 Purchased tickets were exchanged for 33,000 in fake money. This money was used to place bets in games, including blackjack, craps, baccarat, wheel of fortune, beat the dealer, and horse races. Players spent their winnings on prizes at auctions held through- out the evening. The prizes donated by mer- chants from the Bryan-College Station area included diamonds for senior rings, a week- end at the Holiday Inn, jewelry, and various gift certificates. 228 RHA 4 V 71. V unuwa if 312: gg, . wr A :- -M 4 1 ilk , 1' " Zi? 1 . J' ' a " A7 .Z' I ' 41 If , ' J WZ ly! WD ff ti' 7W f 7-, 1 . 5312? wif - " ' 'Nwp.--,.','qg.'f'g.f,,og-,-.,- fly' 1 - ' . " HQ-5. , , . ji , : ff ' l Af:-. 'f ,. fg, A 'ffikll PIPER! -f -1-lug SUPPLIES -m F-11 11 f, AN lu. ILA li, dl 11 4... an.-, an ,Q l 8' ui 232 RHA I -ff. DNR , , 1 fm. N ,QL V ...A- f ,J 5. " . i f Viv. T: ASTO BELOW: DORM COUNCIL: Gary Engstrom, Treasur- er, Scott Midgett, President, Lee Cox, Secretary, Art Garza, Randy Kolb, RHA Delegate: Shain Chapman, Social Chairman: John Houston. SECOND ROW: Ed Halvorsen, Jim Pokluda, Alan Cole, Kent Davis, Paul Nicola, Mark Glenewinkel, John Wallace. THIRD ROW: Phillip South, Troy Minaldi, John Engstrom. .L -1. .-.4 .1 -4- ...... .aa .1 . .....t .,. EEEEE , -V ..... -,-,.. A . . ...,-.. ,,..,... .f-,...,., ,,,.,....-., ,-,-.-f-f.,,, ,,-W., .0 4 - u -4 - . .4 . ,,,, r ai,-xg. 1, -va--144.-f,J1,,.f,, - named for: James W. Aston '33, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of the Republic National Bank in Dallas: past president of the Cotton Bowl Athletic Asso- ciation, Dallas Citizen's Council, T.A.M.U. Association of Former Students, and the Texas A8zM Athletic Hall of Fame, former treasurer of The State Fair of Texas founded: November 1974 capacity: 484 men type: hallway, suite bath location: Commons area, southside activities: Aston participated in a painting project for the city of Bryan in the fall. Oth- er community service projects included join- ing Clements Hall in collecting food for needy families at Thanksgiving and collect- ing toys for the Toys for Tots program with their "Secret Santas," Mosher residents. Another service project, planned for the spring semester, was a picnic for Brazos Headstart. A dorm semiformal was also planned for the spring. , 4.4. . . ii 3 SIT' T -Ng .....,, H, . i -..Z -J ...J TW?" I I 1, T' 'ry T111 ' 4 as . 1 sf , .-rtx.- 1 I 1 X we S 1'-' .ul , f ':r-Y Q W . . -4-4 .sw-.""":'f FE 5 ik. S fi F S yr? -f 'if V fm fi' '- .Lfjl wif' Y 1 5 fs - n A 94 msn It - - 1, 'XII' wg, .I eo - gf' n 9 t f , de ,.,A L ... Aston's first and second floor residents. I up 5 .-1.5 a 255 6:1 F ' -Q ng Aston's third and fourth floor residents. E ig 'fb vo fha FW' 7 6 iz ' B -t V- A ? 2 A I 1 'X xg '25 , r . X -+525 xv! Q dh an-A-.I 'f il 2 1 U Q. C5 .3 ns:-1 T45 if w 1 RHA 233 -We..-pe - ki ' -X' X-ex , ,.X N, Jf , -1, Q, L.. named for: R. W. Briggs '17, member of the Board of Directors and the Legislative Commit- tee of the Board: chairman of the Building Com- mittee. founded: 1939 capacity: 222 women type: hallway, general bath location: Corps area, southside activities: ln addition to having parties and a dorm formal in the fall, Briggs aided both Stu- dent Y in their penny drive and Hospitality in their canned food drive. ln the spring semester, more parties and a semiformal were planned while the women of Briggs were trying to win their third year as intramural champions. X I 1 Q fi fi! Mm - A-...N .L ff? FIRST ROW: Carol Nester, Lisa Imperial, Denise Mueck, Kay Buscha, Vanette Ablbaum, Georg'a Brown, Melissa Ramos. SECOND ROW: Shauna Storey, Lara Burleson, Rhonda Woolf, Andrea Smith, lda Lou Aldridge, Gina Rutland, Stephanie Barbee, Gloria Delgado, Robin Black. THIRD ROW: Kim Poff, Deana Senn, Judy Webb, Marisa Byde, Amy Peebles, Susanne Floyd. FOURTH ROW: Shelly Lockhart, Debbie Dusek, D. C. Cat, Cherie Winsky, Shannon Walker, Flicky, Third Floor Mascot, Pam Tramuto. 'D' 234RHA 1 l 1 1 , 'S W-Xf, - I I , ""j..5J KIXX 1, 2 X Q - J xx 1 L I , w V 1 Y .X , 1 1 1 , W 1 1 I 1 l I i ,l l 1 i J l l ll ' WIXV1 , N l 1 , l i . l. f W W l , 1 xl r r '-'l f' w .vm SAUNA om 1 if V., if FIRST ROW: Carla Kaylor, Carrie Gilbert, Veronica Jones, Adriana Martinez, Martie Galvan, Kelly Leslie, Tracy Winder. SECOND ROW: Pamela Sanders, Andi Burchfield, Johni Schneider, DeAnn Welfel. THIRD ROW: Sharon I-lrncir, Deirdre Bell, Adella Hedleston, Tracy Bisner. FOURTH ROW: Penny Penninston, Susan Cook, Liza Lyon, named for: Lt. Thomas W. Fowler '43, receiver of the Congres- sional Medal of Honor for WWII action on May 23, 1944. founded: 1965, renamed March 1969 capacity: 286 women type: balcony, suite bath location: Central Area, Northside activities: In the fall semester, Fowler participated in several dorm mixers and co-sponsored the Fowler-Keathley-Hughes Masquerade Ball. The Fowler residents cut their first ever dorm log for Bonfire. Other fall activities included a variety of educa- tional programs, collecting money for a needy family's turkey dinner at Thanksgiving, and taking Halloween candy to chil- dren at St. Joseph's Hospital. For the spring, a dance was planned, as were Parent's Day activities. l l i l l 1 l i 1 Michelle McKinley. FIFTH ROW: Minda Todd, Carmen Campbell. Fowler Sweetheart "E.B." 9-SE-53 Els? 1 T i 53 I ' 5 siifiisl W 1 :fu 91 . . . V , ...1""f' 12 :ass " 1 2555372555 I 555: , . ... . , .. 'T in-rr .lIf:1!"ii1i I :I I:-n .-..-v::a.- ...-fgail... . - .. i1--1 gg1:1:....i :::g:,...... - - ,, ,. ..... . I' 'jj fi -.1 ' RHA 235 20 Life AGGIE'S DRI KI G PLACES M Students find their favorite watering holes seven days a week. t sometimes was T.G.I.F. . Sometimes it was the infa- mous Thursday night on the town. Still other times could have been dollar Coronals on Wednesdays, Drink and Drown on Tuesdays or "just because" on Monday. Whatever the day was, most clubs and restaurants had a healthy drink- ing clientele throughout the week. That crummy test. How could that prof even think of those questions? Archaeic man. Yeah, another round. Who keeps shaking my bar stool? I'm moving. Whether it was a starched button-down and Wranglers or an argyle vest and khakis, you could find all types of dressers and drinkers in every crowd. Blue jeans and longnecks in the Dixie Chicken crowd, except for a few mini-skirt and baggy jean- types drinking wine coolers. Man, look at that fine guy over there. He didnlt drink all those pitchers, did he? Good, let's go talk to him. Oh, yeah. O.K., you twisted my arm. One more game of pool, but that guy needs a domino partner for 42. Oh, my god. Did you see all the scooternasties are on the porch of Dudd- ley's again with their bikes? But, the guys just won the intramural championship and they're in there. We can tough it out, just stay close together. Just as much of a variety of people could be seen in the RoxZ lines. Lines, not crowds, because everyone was in lines with their plastic cups until the free drinks were over. Sure, I'd love to dance. What kind of budget booze is this anyway? I'm growing hair on my chest. Donlt lose me in this crowd. Let's fight our way to the dance floor, try to move on the floor and get out of here alive. Graham Central Station, upholding sev- eral Aggies' budgets with 3.75 drinks and shots, kept the dance floor packed with bobbing cowboy hats and shuffling boots. How did she get those jeans on? l want to dance. I really want to dance. No, not him again, please no. Huh? Oh, no thanks. l'm waiting for some friends . . . Smile. Why me? With a similar crowd, the Texas Hall of Fame, a favorite of Aggies for years, drew a younger crowd for dancin' and roman- cin'. I swear she has gone out with half of that guy's seniors. She's investing in the future. Yeah, she keeps hitting on that ju- nior. Another diverse crowd conversed on MC2, the new-wave club where black walls and neon lights limit visibility, but enhanced the expressionistic dancing. I really don't think I could ever wear that. Do you even believe it? Are those two guys or two girls or a guy and a girl? I - x f r ftCUQl1Yfj if eqvllwyls ll N X l Q'-J! named for: Rita Crooker Clements, for former Gover- nor William R Clement's wife founded: November 1981 capacity: 238 women type: hallway, private bath location: Central Area, Northside activities: The women of Clements conducted a pen- ny drive to raise money for the dorm, and had two semiformals in the fall and on Valentine's Day. They joined Hotard Hall in collecting canned foods at a Roller Skating Party and raised money for a needy family's Thanksgiving through the Clements Olym- pics. Dorm parties included a Blind Date Party at the Flying Tomato and a Pizza Party with the men of Moses. Planned activities for the spring semester in- cluded participation in the Dance-a-Thon, a "Slumber Party" with a male dorm, and a Parent's Day barbe- cue. F? ae- - .. ' -R34 :sf .v - - v, 5, 16, . -. , .'. 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A . 1- 23, 4. -, ', W .. -wr . 1-. - :' ' - - lzrfmfeff-..--,f.q - " ,. ., X, x ,. -. - . Q. -,..,f. .. -.--x , , M, . ,. ',.,,,..q , -- rw. .1 ' V -K 1- -. , . ,..,4p:,- 5 gtg. f . -.-- ., ,,- . H425 :AQ 4 Q N... 'v x 11: , r- OH- .- ,:' ,,SeL,g.L7, ff: ,-Alf' l X ."' -' , ..- f- ' f -, 71.-4 8 . ,Y-I lr , 'W lx C. . '- in Rl-lA 237 CROCKER named for: Pvt. Norman G. Crocker ,17, the first Aggie killed in World War I when his Europe-bound ship was sunk by a German submarine. founded: 1942 capacity: 254 men type: hallway, general bath location: North Area activities: The men of Crocker hosted sever- al "all girls free" parties in the fall and planned more for the spring. They conducted the Crocker Hall Run for Children as a com- munity service project. 1 L 4 ' ff? ff' DORM COUNCIL: Mike Rainey, Chuck Walker, David Bradicich, James Kenney, Darren Segers, Jay Schroeder, FOURTH ROW: Jon Behrens, Dal Anderson, Brent Zern, Chris Howell, Richard Castranova, Clinton Metcalf, Andy Hopper, Blaine Long. THIRD ROW: Rob Farrell. Callesari, Ed Polasek, Steve Morris. Philip Shaw, Jorge Alvarez. SECOND ROW: Barton 238RHA :gin fin? I :'f"':- z1I iii2" 'dw . 'W f-5521EWH"WiNI" li" H, f Im 7 - . W. , , M + 1 "'iQ 111s!x: 1-M' IW! f1m.'M-W FiM5WFW1il!32fHHie' Wfiigf A 5, I' .rgnaxumanuiaun-A -in-Qu-x-n-an-nm-. L-Q4 41-LQ' , ,J .,, . .. I' . . ,. .. ' P Eff? ' ' f:: i3g4ea.g-f:- . gs' A 'F 5 3- 1 . 1"-Q I .. 4 -1: 'mn - -'--- "-- . . .a , .. 1' .,. .. . 2-4 ,.,.g-: .,. "e',:':l.:'.f ' - ' ,V -'if' ""'f:-i'-- ' . ..,,1..-Zh" if, 'sv , f u- 1,1-.-' ,-, -f - :. W .. -. ' N --gg- lc -... -.M V.. . f"'fA' i'U!Qu ' KEYLf,, aQlQM1s:91,-QQE5I 5g,,LE, i,+ Q. Q u 1 , ' . yi:-" ' . , 'WL ,,f7Z'-"fy-.'1 -'a-,r " J . A , 5 Q I V 6' N""":Pf HG P , ,, - . V v' " I v, mf . :' fl . ,vrf -L1 A -- e , Ae:-5? - 17 e'j?i:'iF52f?a'5!W fQg ,szQ5192mq-in , Aa .' ' ..- N 5 ,,"!L':.: 1- f , U: l 351 :Wax , V' ' 1 1 ,uf llqhwl Jia' ifwfwfjlxgi MW. Q ref ' 1 eil :num fi MM z A mm dfigtj 15 Crocker Sweetheart Julie Mullican -'V ' --, .. , , 4 V. ,- " 4- 1 4 we-1--.-e.-N-.,,,,J g, ,.,V,,'vgfqwge-AM .,w ..g'x.,Q e J WY. A .e f L e-'e--- ee em .,.. eeee X ,if +P : I , ' 15-' ' Wfhffggqalf ' gi. 1 iffg - ....Q,f, ,P Hg, ij 1 ,E i'ef"4iy1 Hs. Ii. Graf A.f"f5' --fm gf ef' e 1m.Wae--.eo- fs ie Y 'Q ik! : D .2 -41-:.- IM1 11 RHA 239 it Cf PY named for: Maj. Clarence R. Davis '27 and Lt. Arthur Gary '40, the first two Aggies killed in World War ll. founded: 1942 capacity: 254 men type: hallway, general bath location: Central Area, Northside activities: Davis-Gary, which prides itself in keeping tradition, also served to provide a college education for an African student. ln the spring semester, planned activities in- cluded a "D.G. Week" which culminated in the annual "Untalent Show." ,Ulf gog 1. at-9. an , Ll!! - -' Ulf Pu. v,-9 all cttw' QQ ' ' we mr,-1 L., Q ,wr G , Ott- , Q-- r xi I J Q l lsr f UU' I' , ' -0 psf wr: Lncgg -, .nzi '- fljtu IQ: Davis Gary Dorm Council FIRST ROW Robert Dennis Mltton John Loveland Steve Campbell Robert Rob Spilller, Ned Murphy, John Hoelscher, Chris Adams Cahill Bruce M nr e Mark Medley SECOND ROW Hogg Dennis Bustos Brandon Jacob THIRD ROW Bill Aldridge ff 1 z Davis-Gary Sweetheart Minda Wilson A ,e,.,V- ,Qi 4'e e. 'e" e fx, ff! ff' ff N Y . X X Y X Q X 55 x X M X' fxx XX " ' x X X. 41 X I V X f f J A l XXX A X xx X- X ,ff ,fOf f if X X x X Ax X X xx X x x X 'KKK' RHA 241 . DUNN Dunn Sweetheart Sherri Kiszely named for: J. Harold Dunn '22, a former president of the Association of Former Stu- dentsg former member of the Board of Direc- tors of the T.A.M.U. system, former chair- man ofthe Texas ASLM Century Council, life member of the Texas A8rM Research Foun- dationg recipient of the distinguished Alumni Award in 1964. founded: 1971 capacity: 474 men type: hall, suite bath location: Commons area, Southside activities: Dunn was able to participate in only one party during the fall semester. The spring semester brought about plans for a dorm formal, another party, and a possible bus trip to Mardi Gras. . W A V A -7, 15,-..,,,,,,i .2 .az ,gr wp ' ' 5 1 if his Msfeif ff Q is ' 2 ' "ini , . f 2,14 Qf' ' ' ' 5" l - - ,s . Ula, ' 1 , wfzfi 5? up 5 Q: - H 5 'fa 1 f495,z:+ , flu, 1 4 l,i7L4,'2f" , ' " I ' Q 1- f-rf' .1 ref? QQ 75, W 4-f 1' 1-4 xt 1, , -5 ht, .rf , - . ' , ,af-W? f if ff if W. -r at - -2 gr- --v, so ov , A",, "7l 'f: " ' 3 "ff, , Q A :t. , ! flier 'a'a"' a' .,... 1 - L - t 1. .5 1 , ,r e -ffm, pg' , ex ,- ,V 5, gf" . h- A I -. ... ,I ' 'i ,' .- AI In - A- -tv ' H 'fl H .A+ vii, Q' I ,fxgjx Jig.: G' ' i--at-au' N 'ffl fy - f ' 5 1 Y' 3-T, 44 f s '59 3 'Q' - 5:11511 1. 2 f -1 ,ju 1 lrvlt '-,, 3 f- rf 1' t Q -r 14,523+ -W -1 ' T . fi ' Gif rg V 'lr -ry' .l,:t,tJ ' iw - 5 '7 I E V - I 1 ' Z , , r se T fa F r a- , , X 'A A . , 4 . T Q, A if V' zz, ve! f Q' :rgsgik f' -. V1 ,f , , pw, , Mg, , ,N g .'fffW,,,,..., 1 4 , Q .. g H Q ,- ,4 ,g V ,431 ,w if wp!-,,!,.il .Q , 5 , , 1:-. Y - J, V-, '. It as fl r-rf f I - 9,4 Y g,..f i'g . 2 we 242 RHA -.. if Dunn Sweethearts Jennifer Melkus Ellen Bailey DORM COUNCIL: Ron Strong, secretaryg Jesse Orsini, social chairmang Chad Johnson, presidentg Dave Carter, crew chief. SECOND ROW: Peter Brath, treasurerg Tom Chou, vice presidentg Steve Hard, yellow pot, y . e-"9-' - -3 'f 1: 'i-' 'Ng I ' iw T, RHA 243 'S. R ,,.. . if --- - -id i . 1 i ,fx ll f-ll X' fisjfrlw f ' ,,.,,.,. named for: Charles S. Gainer, a friend of the college: member of Texas senate from 1928-1932. founded: 1939 capacity: 138 lnon-Corps residentsl women type: hallway, general bath location: Corps Area, Southside activities: ln the fall semester, Gainer's first as a women's dorm, the dorm was involved in intramurals, cross-dines, and mixers. Before the Arkansas football game, they had a Roast Pig Luau with the Band. The fall formal, held with Briggs, had the theme 'A Stroll in the Park." The spring brought plans for service projects, more mixers, an Alcohol Awareness Pro- gram, and the continuation of the success- ful dorm newspaper, the Gainer Enter- tainer. 'X' Gainer Sweetheart Bobby Balli EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Tammy McLean, Secretary: Kristen Bailey, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Judi Cooper, Head Resident, Heather Johnson, Vice Presidentg Traci Pate, President, Christa Goodgame, RHA Delegate. r i!K"f"'- l 7613 if-iliv FIV L'- ri 'f 'it,f ,-X' . in L, 1 1'9" l in gf X-X l f' " f ij lfjif' name for: Lt. Lloyd I-I. Hughes '43, recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor for WWII ac- tion on August 1, 1943. founded: 19651 renamed March 1969 capacity: 188 women type: balcony, suite bath location: Central Area, Northside activities: In addition to dorm activities such as mixers, crossdines, and other social activities. the women of Hughes participate in university events. They work in service projects such as the Big Event and the Texas Special Olympics. In the spring, the dorm planned a i'Meet the Candidates" program before the student gov- ernment and yell leader elections. r Ki'-If lf Z -T29 " ' ""f .1 I. ,. .. M RI-IA. 245 I I l 'link I just want to watch for awhile. Don't iok into the lights after a few of those. It will really mess you up. Hey, have you een my friend? 5he's still in the bath- Jom? Can she walk out? Not again! Uncle Charliels and Zephyr's also held ieir share of celebrators for sound system mes. I finally finished this week. Monday aems like a year ago. It is definitely Miller 'ime. I deserve it, I'm Bennigan's Bound. lo dog deserves this kind of homework. 'hree papers and a mid-term? I can NOT ABOVE: The Dixie Chicken on University Drive is a favorite watering hole for all stu- dents at A8zM. LEFT: Aggies enjoy food, drinks, and a couple of games of pool at Duddley's Draw. 'v E' S go. No way. Dollar margaritas? O.K., but just for a little while, then I have to come back and study. The lights go on. Strains of "Good night, Irene" play. The party's over. Couples group, new friends are made and you look for the people you rode with. Your room- mate giggles, "I'm riding with somebody else." Who is this guy I'm talking to anyway? I-Ie looks a whole lot different in the light. V' Y ii-1 I-IAAS Haas Sweetheart Bryan Bearden named for: Richard E. Haas '45, an independent oil and gas operator and cattleman: charter member of the Texas A8rM Letterman's Club: member of the Aggie Club and Century Club: involved with the Association of Former Students. founded: October 1979 capacity: 268 women type: hallway, private bath location: North Area activities: Haas was involved in several parties and co-hosted the "New Year's in November" formal in the fall. In the Crop Walk, the dorm raised over 5750, more than any other dorm. The spring semester brought plans for road trips to Houston's Galleria and to Astroworld, as well as for a "Roommate Game" based on television's "The Newlywed Game." 1 '-f A-U l W , V - 1' a- H ::-- ' -a H- r-,ra fragvff m saws? i 'G Stk 7, 1 gf F Y 2 1, . 4 S I .. X ' -.--..L........... s ' . 1 .r 1, 9 r as 5-- '6 :J Q V ' ,M 1, lg ,1-A ., Q in W, , ' .1 VN, 2 L, j Q., .,, , 'vu Z -3- -V K 4? 4 A '. 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'i , 1 1 -.ii ,, g 1 i if l xi X1 i li' i lil 1 l I, 4. 'i l ll DORM COUNCIL: Sandy Caballero, Kathleen Flynn, Kathy Ingram, vice president, Caroline Taylor, RHA dele- gate, A. Carey Anderson, Susan M. Judge. SECOND ROW: Kimberly Morton, Nancy Cadena, Katauna King, Jenny Ferguson, Nancy Gault, treasurer, Jennifer Huang, Flynn, Nanette Johnson, Laura Battle, historian: Julie presidentg Janet Wynne, social chairman, Becky Dutton, Stremmel, Clare Williamson. FOURTH ROW: Amy Cou- secretary, Misty Paddack, Sue Holton, Clare Wynne, so villon, Wendy Richards, Mali Cochran. cial chairman. THIRD ROW: Melinda Moore, Coleen RHA 247 f - -ii. C11 b.v l , 1 I If 27' 1 1 --- i i 5 1 l L . . - Z X C X RT SURGEONS 1 V M U 430 E 19 named for: L. J. Hart, member and presi- dent of the Board of Directors from 1911- 1924. founded: 1930 capacity: 286 men type: ramp, general bath location: Central Area activities: In addition to planning several parties with other dorms, the men of Hart Hall worked to achieve their goal of cross- dining with every girls' dorm. Beyond social activities, Hart Hall served the community by working with the Adopt-a-School Program, set up by the Bryan Chamber of Commerce. They planned a spring square dance to raise money for this program. Hart was also re- sponsible for organizing a lecture dealing with scholastic probation at the beginning of the spring semester. Dr. William Perry of the Academic Appeals Panel and Dr. Ludi Benja- min of the Psychology Dept. spoke at this campus-wide lecture. .Q 5- x,, ,. 248 RHA ,4,Qi!.1L.- -ae ,C ,,,4u-Q 1 gf 4 O M, l I ""a'f env! .tA""1f4 "Hx-2m.i69" 5, 5 41" DORM COUNCIL! Bill Frawley, Mark Gee. T0dd Lordi, Barry Brand, John Loeblich, Rick Del.eonard, Beall, Curtis Atkins. FOURTH ROW: Peter Smith, HI-llsey, Tim V0fi0n, Ale!! Chandra- SECOND ROW! Bruce Minter, Hal Everett. THIRD ROW: Tim Thomas, Maurice Bell, David Reysa, Scott Nicol, Glen Cook. Eric Bohard, David Adkins, Bernard CBSU0, Anthony Pat Hoffman, J. Morriss Tompkins, Kishor Patel, Roser FIFTH ROW: Paul Hickernell SINCE I930 RHA 249 1 4 S -Ln A 'F HQBBY i I I Q ,J 1 of , 1 , We , 0 5 0, ,W . 5 H0 W7 if? 1 4 ff ' f' f 44 Q 7 2 2 Z , ,I I 2? " f 5MfZ22f' Dorm Beau Shawn Smith . '51f'545'7-Ylf ,f A , f' 32 .5 HOBBY gg 43,1 HEAR T RDBSW V .,,, i i -ff, 1 -J, '. ., , - ' '1"- - - 1'--I ' 13 'W ' I ' ' 1 f, f 411.3-, . ' 77 - 5-4' ,A A -A " .' f' ,:' '45 w- . 4-, N., . . S".-u"'1"9f 'ff' " , 1, - '- 1 1' f - 1:3 3 ff . y 5 ,G 9 1, fin .QL , ' ' '-A - -' ' 1" 1 ' 'f'-- -'Z T fn. , - ' .f W ' ' ' ' "' A v f , J . - . -' , ' ' Uk f a '- if-NJ -mf f- - kg g M 4 - V 0 ,ifffir I V , - 'V C ' fl' Q ' A , 5' .1 'iff ,, , V21 ' f? j 1 a W , rg' 1 5 I M, ' I Aff :M ' W" j,,"34 ' 6534? 9 ' . , I 4 S I K 5 F. ' ff f f V gin MQW f Fw- 1 f f f ' diff ,ff if W , 3 fi H., f V my f J '. -4 ,Q .f W 3 7423 ZA Z Z B f X 0 i ,V,..,..V A ... lm W: .xx xr, , M Wfw -L 12 Z V fa 1, 3. ,L 1, -, . llipl M ,,,,. A , aka Q4 4,,5,w. . """ y f-ff, 4 ,. A .As . ..-L-.. y- - A A 250 RHA .g,,:F:. TF- - -' -- +..- ...- named for: Oveta Culp Hobby, wife of for- mer governor William C. Hobby and mother of Lt. Governor Bill Hobbyg Chairman of the Board of the Houston Post Co. founded: October 1980 capacity: 240 women type: hallway, private bath location: North Area activities: In the fall semester, Hobby Hall family's Christmas. They also sponsored the campus-wide Hall Council Leadership Work- shop and presented several programs within the dorm, including programs on nutrition, date rape, and anorexia. The dorm formal with the theme "New Year's in November was held with Haas and McFadden. More programs and a Barn Dance were planned for the spring. raised S150 through donations for a needy F fs: Klr 4, , ..-asp- -ix X fx fix 4, .r., as 5 I X 1 4- ' . -M .......,L, , S img,-A-V ,4.,.-. ., X...-mi...- DORM COUNCIL: Wendy Dearixon, president. SEC- OND ROW: Dolores Bezner, treasurer: Darby Roberts vice president, Michelle Fox, secretary. THIRD ROW: Alisa Schmidt, social chairman: Leasa Horn, Angie Ca- vanaugh, Jerrie Evander, Sheryl Rankin, Nicki Neal FOURTH ROW: Lisa Paris, Missy Yoakley, Michelle Gil- more, Beth Smith, Bridget Davis, Claudine Schindler, Cathleen McClintock. FIFTH ROW: Rhonda Newman, Lisa Hudson, Lydia Berzsenyi, Kris Crenwelge, Tina Tins- in ! HQ .1 - -- ley, Benji Hubbard, Stephanie S, Smith. SIXTH ROW Kris Smith, Rachel Hill, Diane Spencer, Stephanie Ever est. SEVENTH ROW: Hillary Fitzhugh, Cheryl Wien serski. RHA 251 ? , gpg H-Zig ,A ,tiff KX 1 I 1 l J fl-K, ll ' RK X If X -K .' MQ il lx! 1 il X-,A V4 - l Hotard Sweetheart named for: J. C. Hotard, supervisor of substinence from 1937-1944. founded: 1942 capapcity: 115 men type: hallway, general bath location: North Area activities: In the fall semester, the men of Hotard engaged in many dorm activities, including the Winter Wonderland semiformal, a rafting weekend in New Braunfels, and a trip to Waco for the A8zM v. Baylor football game. They earned the most points per per- son of all men's dorms at the Clements Olympics. The dorm also held a car wash to benefit the earthquake victims in Mexico City. Plans for the spring semester included mixers, another raft trip, the Second Annual Spring Backyard Blowout, and participation in McFadden HalI's fundraiser. 'ia VN, I rv ,,. nm ' ' A .., V .. g M. -.,'h,,,,-,.,- . 'min' b . 252 RHA l 1 DORM COUNCIL: Tim Schroeder, Ward Dinsmann, Christopher "Santa" Claus, Dorm Sweetheart, Doug Jack Haynes, Tom Rowell, Benjamin Childers, David "Gumby" Wittrup, Harry Garwood, Brian Myers. Burkhalter. SECOND ROW: Whitney Coxon, J. L. THIRD ROW: Rick Eklof, Craig Collins, Ken McKee, "Coupon" Garner, Stanley "Bop" Thompson, Mike Gallaway, Michael Mateja, Paul Hudson. RHA 253 i ffitiflVlEillLlti:Y , s . S-"" W Keathley Sweethearts Chris O'Neil Danny Stevens Clark McDonald Ed Altman "ISV 5. ,V named for: Sgt. George D. Keathley '37, recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor for WWII ac- tion on September 14, 1944. founded: 19653 renamed March 1969 capacity: 286 women type: balcony, suite bath location: Central Area, Northside activities: Keathley was very active as a dorm in intramurals. The dorm also was active in many parties and mixers, including a fall mixer with the Aggie Band at Lake Somerville. Keathley attended the Keathley-Fowler-Hughes Masquerade Ball in November. Plans for the spring semester included more parties and participation as a dorm in the Intramural Superstars. DORM COUNCIL: TOP LIP: Shari Castagnos, Carrie Huggins, Kelley Lindsey, Jena Atchison. Executive Best, Amy Bensinger, Lydia Poe, Judlyn Meadows, Molly Brown, Terri Kahanek, Pam Tragesser, Tammy Pettibon, Council, MIDDLE: Lisa Campbell, Vice President, Sweatman, Dee Ann Drummond, Mary Waller, Tammy Pam Byrd, Ruth Groves, Donna Hughes, Laurel Jentgen, Sherrie Snavely, Treasurer, Vivian Rojas, Secretary, Lisa Garrett, Gina Spear, Julie Parker, Deborah West, Carol Suzy Davis, Kelly Gartner, Kelly Stanfield, Melissa Williams, President. BOTTOM LIP: Noel Sullivan, Kara Parsons, Juli Blanda. 254 RHA Q65 " I' L-ss' V' ig' 12 -1' i.:!!E5EE.:,:: ::::::.... -ii 411 1 'E' ' X1 :' " 5' ga fi RHA 255 FISH FISH FISH FISH FISH A new generatlon catches a glimpse of what's to ickey Mouse ears and bug antennas hover above a sweaty mass of 650 confused and startled freshman as Fish Camp be- gins in Deware Field House. Camp coun- selors, dressed in novelties relating to themes for their individual camps, pre- pare freshmen for four days of aggie expo- sure, history and fun. As the A8zM shuttle buses roll out of East Kyle parking lot on their way to Lakeview Methodist Assem- bly near Palestine, Fish Camp and new friendships begin. Fish Camp, an Aggie tradition since 1954, was first established by Gordon Gay. The idea behind it was to provide a program to help freshmen realize what A8zM was about and to feel more comfort- able with their new surroundings. Today, Fish Camp provides these same services to about 2600 freshmen each year. "lt was a great chance for freshman to learn about Aggie tradition and to make new friends," freshman Deborah Musachia said. Planning for Fish Camp begins with the fall semester. Through an application and interview process, chairman, sub-chair- man, and counselors are selected to help the director and associate director with Fish Camp. Freshman register to attend one of the four sessions offered by the Student "Y" at their summer conference. Many opportunities are offered to the freshman at Fish Camp. The freshmen are introduced to the many organizations and aspects of A8zM and encouraged to get involved. Everything from intramurals, student organizations, and Aggie tradi- tions are presented. Friends made are another major impor- tance of Fish Camp. "It was four days of meeting people, playing games and party- ing, "freshman Karen Gribschaw stated." Summarizing his feelings on Fish Camp, 1986 Fish Camp Director, Chris Wallace said, "It has fun, friendship and Aggie love and sharing." Lisa Johnson 1 1 Ui Ubi .Nl or Titus Krueger Beau Jack Sanford named for: C. C. "Polly" Krueger '12, President of the Associ- ation of Former Students from 1924-19255 member of the Board of Directors from 1947-1953g recipient of the Distinguished Alum- ni' Awardg donor of the European Masters Art Collection in the University Library. founded: 1971 capacity: 474 women type: hallway, suite bath location: Commons Area, Southside activities: Krueger women participated in several mixers and held the "Puttin' on the Ritz" fall formal. They sold boxer shorts saying "l'm behind the Texas Aggies" to raise money for Bonfire. Other activities during the fall semester included sponsoring two children from the Village of Hope. The spring semester brought plans for a spring semiformal, a Barn Dance, more fundraisers, and more community service projects. ..-M M-ww , .L ,,, ly 'il . f i ' n , S T like 5 Q fi i .lm ng- d...,,, l DORM COUNCIL: Laura Hinton, Secretary, Kathy Minor, Social Chairmang Laurie Hill, Treasurer: Callie Schaper, Presidentg Rebeca Jimenez. SECOND ROW: Kay Matsumoto, Historian-Publicityg Robyne Kelly, Patricia Garcia, Dianne Black, Sonya Wilson. THIRD l"-'HN ---- - .. J. Na..-we H . I ,..,.4-or-1" ,4 ROW: Jeannie Barnett, Bridget Pavlik, Vicki Matava, FOURTH ROW: Karen Guinn, Allison Smith, Anna Bilhartz, Colleen Brennen, Barbara Heredia, FIFTH ROW: Karen Charba, Tracie Whiteside, Julia Nye, Benette Bussey, Bridget Allison, li ,E- ,,, liking... - if . YTN .4-1 RHA 257 L named for: F. Marion Law, class of 1895, president of the Board of Directors and member of the Board from 1914-1941g chairman of the executive committee of the college. founded: Thanksgiving Day, 1939 capacity: 206 men type: ramp, general bath location: Central Area activities: In the fall, the men of Law had two parties, a mixer, a Parent's Day picnic, and a Christmas party. Planned activities for the spring semester included more parties and mixers, a softball tournament fun- draiser, a dorm formal, a chili cookoff, and a dorm Bible study. bl -li Q - Q wi.---.vi 1 1 F11 .X 31' V, :,. 5' 1 '. J. r IRL Qi L:. -gs 12-' ,, -f . ij 1.' . , . . 1 ws, 5 5 f f l Q5 Z xi I 258 RHA rj ' .W-W,-.-.--4 4-AMAH-v-5-40' DORM COUNCIL. Daynna Brown, Steve Hunter, Mascotg Miss Claydesta, Ramp 7 Sweetheart, Eduardo Burke Kealey, Charlie Werth, Eric Fannin. SECOND Casas, Vice President, Eric Kelly, Secretary, Fredrich ROW: Bret Hotchkiss, J. M. Nunn, Pig Dog, Ramp 7 Schrank, Yellow Pot, Dee Dino, Boozer, Scott Kuhn. 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J I FIRST ROW: Allison Hendrix, Secretary, Kathleen Steele, President, Karen Gremminger, Vice President, Leigh Willhoite, Head Residentg Barbara Adler, Treasurer: Lesley Mann, Social Secretary. SECOND N Nb ROW: Jenny Lewis, Heather Schmidt, Marianne Fairey, Angela Lee, Susie Fuqua, Christi Clinger, Merced Hernandez. THIRD ROW: Kathryn Greenwade, Dawn Fleischbauer, Kristen Kiser, Marion McWilliams, Lisa Lindsey, Ashley Stewart, Melanie Sattler. FOURTH ROW: Amy Edwards, Marybeth Rohsner, Lisa Glaser, Mary Ann Ford, Teresa Blanco, Risa Rising, Melissa Gholson, Kathy Kropp, Eileen Mosbarger. 260 RHA Y ,gli -1 libi-F512--I 14- i1T.."13'-lf", , , . Y ' lf" " f ' "' 7-147' -' 97- f'7f7F'7'ff,: YQ'-fur. 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W- V. .-..-.f. - .. f . . -. . . . . 1 K, -...-,. . 1- ...em V . -Y , :'.-:ff-:AN-3-effri - . E " N" .. xii. N g,,T,RiR,,,X . ,T3Y:,,9.: e... ix , 1 I X 4 -Q 'M , - - in 5 T- Q, L ' f- ll'll'll'II V A IW www if ,x i 'rl 0 t. ' . P - if a 45 A 5 --1 V f-mf' f""e Ye.. A 14 lk Maxim. ,gift "H 5 , .,,., A ml ' " ' ' 5 -1: -1 I RHA 261 1.-MCFADDE McFadden Sweetheart Craig Stump l named for: Ella C. McFadden, who through her will provided for ten Presidential Endowed Scholarships for A8zM as well as for support for general scholarship banks. founded: October 1979 capacity: 240 women type: hallway, private bath l location: North Area activities: The McFadden residents' fall activities included co-hosting ' the "New Year's Eve in November" formal, participating in the Walton Playday, having a Dr. Pepper mixer with the Hart "surgeons," and visiting a nursing home. Plans for the spring semester included more mixers and raising money for the American Cancer Society through Kiss- a-Frog, In this fundraiser, money is donated as votes for which campus l leader will kiss a frog at halftime of the ASLM v. T.C.U. basketball game. l is -si X D' if 'J f .dfvflr It v A . , 6 E . , I 7 fl or li: ,B ii- ffifwi 'ear f P g E . UWUES P Y A XA K i 4 Ml Y ' QORM CCOUNCIL: Barbra Brave, Tara Palasota, Kathy SECOND ROW: Laura Andrews, Janet Hietpas, Becky THIRD ROW: Kim Pizzo, Pennie Moore, Elizabeth imms, endra Roberts, Tyna Jacob, Linda Chapa, Barret, Sharon Dohmann, Joy Coleman, Linda Porter. Edmondson. Karen Reddin, Mary Beth Draughun, Susan Cavitt. 262 RHA an 'va Yi ff 9 Dv, f,.GW A i x ... " -:JJ i 40- at GQ '9 , x VY" s ti 'jr U wtf: P 0 wo' 'I' f5'f"'-' ' - -v'-2 M 9. A W-"F -'f,- Qvg -. ig Mc NNIS awp Qin. M DORM COUNCIL: Mark Doremus, vice presidentg Avery Lane, president. SECOND ROW: Jeff Harper, treasurerg Speed Raver, social chairman. NOT PICTURED: Neville Anderson, intramural chairmang Ben Butchko, RHA delegateg Jim McCleary, secretaryg Kevin Duty, social chairman. named for: Louis Lowry Mclnnis, member of the A8rM faculty for 13 years and member of the Board of Directors for two yearsg one of the few people ever connected with Texas A8rM to hold all posts from that of adjunct professor to chairman of faculty and then director of the college. founded: 1965 capacity: 158 men type: balcony, suite bath location: North Area activities: In the fall semester, Mclnnis par- ticipated in parties and cookouts. The dorm also provided a community service in taking children from a local church to the Bonfire site and to the actual Bonfire. The spring semester brought plans for more parties and cookouts, as well as for a canoe trip, basket- ball tournaments, and participation in the Survival and Assassin games. W5 ., 1-5- 264 RHA 1 E r ' .s , Nz B .F-'r -..- .- TIA?E --mul lv 5 urn- z.na 'fri' mn xulnw ms un ll gs! Ang, 34" s A., , .71-, . - '-3 :- RI-IA 265 LnJ..:J--gng.lf'Lf I -, . h N fl i, QQTR X M, L3 5 t .af 4 QQ- 3 if J- ' .1 ' .nr fi ,f S . , F1 S f? N . 1' ' . ' 5 , ' , '- A i 5 S. " J v fr five.. 'Z -sk .Be 1 JI , y ' ' K 1 , -". 'Z f 1 1 11:55 'wi' Ffh- ZPL-9' .- - -- ea ' fl QS. .TD . X . K' V ' Nfl'-MTF. Wi :xxx it A 1 - ff Q, if .. -. C 1 .fa were le i M, ,ai ff Ei, 1 ' i .i l r ski, . it-v .x K ' ' 5, FQ I ' -5 1 xy V 4iSs,,m,,,s.- .4-L, .JL an V-f " DORM COUNCIL: Mike Lakey, Charles Cook, Paul O'Kane. SECOND ROW: Mike Pewitt, Mike Martin, William White, Sean Rivera, Robert Wagstaff, Scott Sorensen, Dwain Duke. THIRD ROW: Jeffrey Watson, John Bailey. FOURTH ROW: Chris Murzin, John Laubacher, Jack Lyon, Adam Hartman. named for: George F. Moore '08, Honorary LL.D. 1945: Commandant of Corps from 1938-1940. founded: 1942 capacity: 254 men location: North Area activities: The men of Moore had several parties, cross-drinks, and other social events in the fall. Plans for the spring semester were to have more of the social events, but to also do charity work. 36- U Ka -721 , s, .I ,V , ' . .,- '71 -fa ,,,,,- Q9 5 e-.4 Moore Sweethearts Denise Truelove Y I H H "AL Nancy Eastman 1 Pam Letz Q ,iITi'l3f4fliJLJQQiQffQ ,V '- ' 1' -1 1 L V L 1 1 f f L 1 :BB afafzafffvafaffafi Q' N . X 1 . . . . . . . L . . . -L--iii. ,.e,f aaaa a I iw,- MX 1. R Q Ggliqf an ab Qggimm L ca .ian 3 ,IL ' liii TN ' 'J An' '- ., ,E J 1 ' ' ia 11.4 an Q Z" y 267 MOSES . - named for: Maj. Gen Andrew Moses, Commandant of Corps from 1907-1911. founded: 1942 capapcity: 254 men type: hallway, general bath location: Central Area, Northside activities: The men of Moses participat- ed greatly in the Aggie Bonfire, and held a fundraiser to buy a dorm chainsaw. They held a semiformal at the Hilton in the fall. Plans for the spring included the annual Parent's Weekend Talent Show and the annual Canoe Trip lwhich has been held for over 20 yearsl. DORM COUNCIL: David Henson, president, Jim Tibbetts, Drew Ocheas, vice president. SECOND ROW: Roy Edmonds, treasurer, Scott Skelton, Juan Carrea. THIRD ROW: Robert Lively, Dan White, Matt Whiteside, Eddie Johnson, Mark Fleischhaver, Bryan Neskara, Adrian Angove-Rogers, Bill Usry, Doug Goulden. Zlaau 1 4? NORTHSIDE'S FINEST ALL-U CHAMPS 84-85 268 RHA I Inna PARKING STARTING 5-,Q-sf SEPT'24 'RFQ .WILL gg 'ii Towrzn K1 - s --.xfa-f-gssff xcf 'rw of-1"sH ,' xv fs--..--r A ' A 'A ' . ' ' 'V F 1 Q Tu-A . 4- .. -, . A . s s 4. - -ff I--fmgfta so -. ' . .Q , Q,.I W . , -9-Y eau- ,J-P A 4.1 '--,, -W fffIT':i-f:l,S""'Y+'51 5: 'l1fi'ff5",1,1Af2I-gn tx 1.23577 ' f-'ff-f s'Ik::.s-f5r"5?E'3 -'--+P' .-af-izrfsffi-2 - Q-. I ' f J- .G '--1su.1.'f'-L f A -, M49 fs. -j 'sg f , X.- Moses freshmen and sophomores --""""q x WELGIJME EXAS I, misaggglignlmmks L II -n ,.,...f -Y Big LIMIT X cnoss 58420 SQN4 :sz I, rr-IM I1--4... 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They sold buttons to raise money for the Christian Children's Fund and planned to sell Valentine's Day balloons for the same cause. The dorm participated in the Adopt-a- School Program and hoped to also work in the Special Olympics. , W., vw' If . cp-fs f 'J' J 'ghy' sry aim-1 sd fy E -,535 5 l'X ' I ' L. 1, '. ,. 1 .91 'H' 1 zzz, 'f: by 1' 'OP' "- ' :Imp K' 771. 'if tg-yr mfr' ' - ' gf- -. W A' . Q-5. 1 us ' - g S1 .'.' L -. 4 f- .f f rw.. .v ,- ,, I A I .1 ., fy' ff' , J .1 17 f -'A Q' .f ,-'MZ -MJ. f v f. . , l . ' if "" "" . 2- f' , sur. ,gg ..,, ' I - - A 1 ss- A I f"'f'f"1 in fir' Q -'uJe,,4.. 'C I yabgjgvf f V' .. " 'iv 7 ' ' --- l fc F M f . "rr ' " f ' . Vin, - If 5.4 -, . ,gif '. ,:.f,, - G JI fyfs.-' f 1 wi I V ' ' ' 41 7, pf - i DORM COUNCIL: Beth Ruffing, president, Paul Hassan, dorm beau, Stacey Wuthrich, treasurer, Melissa Reser, social chairman. SECOND ROW: Karen Whittlesey, Jennifer Hynes, Theresa Streidl, Amber Jinkins, Sherri Hanson. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Welman, Elissa Ellis, Heidi May, Susan Segle, Debbie Terrazas, Tara Zinsmeister, Margaret Booth, Jamie Earnest, Suzanne Barbe. FOURTH ROW: Shelley Pedersen, Ellen Bailey, Danela Radulovich, Karen Knoepfli, Shawn Riley, Christel Munster, Amy Leachman, Michelle Rother, Carolyn Walter, Mary Nolan, Lori Hymel. FIFTH ROW: Elizabeth Hill, Cricket Vendig. 270 RHA he , is .,.. " Aff .M 'wi ""'9 1 1 11 1 1 ly, 1 - 1 , 1 5 su. . ' 1 --v' - . 1 , 1V S My I 1 1 111 T1-1 ,mr I .IL A 1? .,,,.,, 5, ,i 1 W ' 11 K 1 ' hf 51 h If '3-if 5' 111 'J -R:'+U:h"1 1, -Q . -, F fr, . . A ' " 1, ' ' WY 1 1 7112 . .sa ga 9" A J J 9 9 f 1 1 X , .1. Q' Q Q51 3: " ' W ,1 f F fr A .1 .,1,1f f 5, , ' 'V r Q .. , V- .. . . , . 1 - 'A...- 'f J - IF- -. " A , 9 51 115, , n f, .1 fi - ' Lf 1 f, a h- v iefhtzs! T54 , zS -,, ' .,,, 3 . Q -K if ""'5f5n11q 1 1 " Q 11 ea- ll! .. t., J' 1-L, T141 5 f- 51. fix i f I T -1 fr' f 1w fwa'Vm1L.. 1 1 f + . - , ,,..f-- ,yl A, Moh bsem tf tflo d ecodfl idet gif I-WMM c':.7':'ns . ,J-:YT -1, ., 2 ish my ,fi hx ft AQ I 5 -QL ' r' 3 ,-f,- I , Q XX k ' ,, u Q '.L, K ' N , 1 " 77 -Z' . M -f' ' Y ' A' A f,-:LV ' t- A. ' -J S . A ea 3-1 - V A 7,3122 U h cy I F 'F Q . s, gr V K- r ', ,Milli :Q 5 5- , qgxiq ' A .li I' fy uv, 'X ,,,f.,..gnwg15-mw-1fgF 'T' - 'tgfkl 'W f' X ,A it 24 V N , ,M 1 1-fi YR ' h " -,1.. ,'Q g ' ' ' ' V- ' ',..-....--V ' v-- '.. . . - 'v'.'3" . ...,..-an A., .-13.1.04 ... 31. .-4 --'.,- ..-. .- ,Ag , ,.., ,4.',':-.----A .J 1 ."r'5,g- ' ' -- AJ I , I: ,- .... . . - V . , . . ..-.fda-,..Lg 5 - ' ' - --: -..,.. , f- . A - - f , .?"'j"fTfJi -H N.,-5-, ,kLL.,. M she th d and fou th fl sid t. dv A...- . ...M H' . U ....-- 1, -3- ax- RHA 271 1 11 1 I -, :fi.lL.lEV DORM COUNCIL: Matresa Neel. SECOND ROW: Olga Garcia, Teni Ruera, Beth Hardin, Jill Derlin, Maria Melgosa. THIRD ROW: Dulci Chapa, Judy Garcia, Stephanie Koehl, Gwen Lipsey, Danna Prasifka, Lori Washburn, Deyanira, Romo, Karla Dartez. FOURTH ROW: Jennifer Bohac, Beth Baker, Laura Hoppe, Tricia Haskett, Karen Hablinski, Cindy Leigh, Ann Piccolo. named for: Marion J. Neeley '22, Forth Worth businessman and philanthropist, named a Distinguished Alumni in 1970. founded: October 1980 capacity: 268 women location: North Area activities: The Neeley residents "adopted" four families at Christmastime, raising money for food and toys. In addition to holding sever- al educational programs in the fall iincluding Time Management, Date Rape, and Dorm Survivall, the women also had their fall for- mal. 'ZA Cruise Aboard the M. J. Neeley" at the Aggieland Inn. Planned for the spring was a Barn Dance. A, . 1'-H! 1 .25 4 ,H ,f - ,v.',,7 .A f'.'f",f:c.L , 9 ,. 7' :M NZM, 272 RHA f'!1: -Eqifhfff-f-27-1? -4- ,-f1- - -eg ff' A - -f 'f' 21 "Li-ff 4 w W? 'QYNIJ l ' 1. I f' 1413! l ...- ,, V nn-.ml ... 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I PURYEAR named for: Charles Puryear, member of the faculty forty-three years and first dean of the college. founded: Thanksgiving day, 1939 capacity: 206 men type: ramp, general bath location: central campus for SW ff' "1-:cf 7 ,-,, , Q L... 274 RHA photo submitted by dorm DORM COUNCIL: Todd Worley, social chairman, Jimmy Quade, Yellow Pot, Paul Granier, RHA delegate, Rob Miesen, intramural chairman, Pete Push, president, Don Robinson, intra- mural chairmang Mark Curzan, secretary, Eric Reiner, treasur- er, Jimmy North, vice president Rl-lA 275 24 Life E PRESSING THE SPIRIT OF ASL l "It's neat the way everyone gets fired up for the upcoming year." s the first day of classes drew to a close, A8cM stu- dents gathered at Kyle Field for one of the first traditions of the year, All-University Night. On and off-campus Aggies were present to welcome back old students and to introduce the incoming freshmen to A8zM. "I think it's a great way to let freshmen and even upperclassmen see and hear from some of the people who make things happen on this campusf' commented se- nior Melissa Muecke. "It's neat the way everyone gets fired up for the upcoming year," she said. Head Yell Leader senior Thomas Bu- ford opened the yell practice with general welcoming comments to the crowd and then turned the microphone over to Dr. Frank E. Vandiver, president of the Uni- veristy, for his official welcoming state- ment. Other welcoming speeches were made by Dr. John J. Koldus, vice presi- dent of student affairs, and senior Sean Royall, student body president. Whoops filled the air when Athletic Di- rector and Head Coach Jackie Sherrill was introduced to inform the crowd that the Aggies were going to be Cotton Bowl bound. Sherrill then presented Buford with an A8rM jersey in recognition of the time and effort he had put into practices with the team. Whoops and cheers contin- ued as Sherrill introduced the new mem- bers of the team and the candidates for the Aggie 12th Man Kick-off Team. The yell leaders rounded out the even- ing with the first yell practice of the year. Students were led in the traditional Aggie yells, while dorms and corps outfits added hump-its of their own. "I wanted to come for my last time since I'm a graduating senior. I love hearing the crowd get fired up and listening to the different yells by the dorms," commented senior Dawn Mill- er. Following All U-Night students were able to meet each other at a Howdy dance, which was held at the Hall of Fame. By Denise Moehl Ml QW .F L, 1 4 .rf ."f.A -' Y: C . - 'v .3 ral' l. ' 'iff f X, ' - -'-- -- ,--'J ,,,.XN ,XV , , I . i l L S l 1 , X. we H. g gw i-5 , ' K -X , is i xv, V e,,.,- V f N 5 UlmllMlA,ClillBlB ,Xl ,x , . 1 ,rg , f-If 1 'YL' .1 . 1-fs--, -.. 1 174 1-S ' .1 , - Q Dorm Sweetheart Jane Estes RIGHT: DORM COUNCIL: Troy Toman, Ken Womack, Steve Canalas. SECOND ROW: Wes George, Brian Large, president: Dan Wookfin, vice president, Chad McCulloh, Bill Morgan, Denny Boles, Scott Dugger, Steve O'Neill, Andre Butler. THIRD ROW: Ned Cullen, Randy Torok, Joe Pickel, Greg Dennis, secretary, Kip Lackey, Gary Crance, Russ Petty, Will Parks. NOT PICTURED: Kevin MacNeill, treasurerg Ben Morris, head resident, Steve Hathaway. named for: Henry C. Schuhmacher, member ofthe Board of Directors, the Au- diting and Financing Committee, and the Executive Committee. founded: 1965 capacity: 190 men type: balcony, suite bath location: North Area activities: The men of Schuhmacher Hall had three fall parties and took a bus trip to Waco for the Baylor football game. Plans for the spring semester included a bus trip to Austin for the A8zM v. T.U. basketball game, a dorm semiformal, more parties, and a chili cookoff to raise money for a charity. 0,15 t ,J B917 276 RHA J A Q! lt All lm .gg :Q S 1 Wllfrr f.r DORM COUNCIL: Ron Harris, Vice President, David Drastata, President: Bill Marshall, Dorm Yellow Pot. SECOND ROW: Phil Baker, Head Resi- dentg Scott Brooks, RHA Delegateg Sam Esquiuel, Social Chairman, Duane Brown, Social Chairman, Paul Tsou, Asst. Social Chairman. THIRD ROW: Mark Trabins, Secretaryg Rob Bissett, Associate Social Chairman, Samuel Barina, Timothy Koch. ,xc 1-ltv""r" Walton Sweetheart i i l I sl W f l,fi f N A Julie Burbridge l Named for: Dr. T. O. Walton, the lsimilar to Wurstfestl, aided other 1 ninth president of the college - dorms in their fundraisers, and i served from 1925-1943, longer raised money for turkeys for poor 1 than any other president. families at Thanksgiving. They also founded: 1931 had parties and volleyball and soft- 1 capacity: 336 men ball tournaments between the type: ramp, general bath ramps. Plans for the spring included 1 location: North Area more parties, a canoe trip, a chili activities: The residents of Walton cookoff, a Parent's Day barbecue, were very active in Bonfire, and anda possible "Run for Liberty" to i even had a run from Austin to light raise money for the Statue of Liber- l Bonfire. In addition, in the fall se- ty. mester they held the "Waltfest" , 3 El 13 3 if it l 2 1 3 B fx if I RHA 277 iSPENCE A N -, 908 I 0 , 1 9 7E45wQ-WG C Q 9 Sami: 5 5 ll 'J ' v - .35 653151 'iw named for: David Wendell Spence, member of the college staff from 1892-1917, Dean of the School of Engineering from 1913-1917. founded: 1939 capacity: 222 women type: hallway, general bath location: Corps Area, Southside activities: Spence hall, in addition to having mixers, the "Masquerade Ball" formal, and a dorm Christmas party, offered aerobics to the women in the dorm, sponsored a "big sister" program within the dorm, and partici- pated in the Crop Walk. Plans for the spring semester included more mixers and some fundraisers. 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RHA 279 1 DERWGGD named for: Ammon Underwood '07, worked with British East Africa Ltd., the Federal Loan Bank, and the Farm Credit Administra- tion. founded: October 1981 capacity: 302 women type: hallway, private bath location: Commons Area, Southside activities: The Underwood women had two mixers and the "Some Enchanted Evening" formal in the fall semester, in addition to hav- ing special programs such as aerobics and a fall fashion show. The dorm participated in fingerprinting children for the Ident-a-kid pro- gram, cooked supper for the firemen one night, and won the Dorm of the Month Award in October. Plans for the spring included a semiformal and more mixers. I 3,53 l l TG' N Underwood Beau Dave Wenholz EI ni 'G i' ' I 1 via 4 Q- 6 iran IT. 0 l ' , V - 9 P' ht? EW 6 H fl., Qf,l'5f ff! r1'J'5f"- if-Fair. rm? . l 1 E ' ' MPI' rr Q gf 'TE - r .faith r,efw..is,f:fi1ii-1,1 gm,2, r,' .Ia sg, Q' ' . , Qpfgilf' f??i'il.DKf13s sm' .--'QQW1 " -is-' Q ara ,fa .tiff fi- tt, K 1' A ff? 4 3, ' ,fi -if is ... 2 l 280 RHA TQ .l 'N V' .nu 'Z f ,.. 1 s 'I . We "i 2 l 1 1 1 3 S 435 Y PM 3 O Lib 1 ? V N' ANU-Ll .Ag if L , C .LJ -. Ar -L N , -x Q. fe v 'B -Q.. . ' 1 .lk re, DORM COUNCIL: Becky Hassler, Karen Moroney, Sarah Hlavinka, Maria Allen, Elizabeth Shahan, Black Panther, Karen Brophy, Kimberly Phillips, Michelle Hart. SECOND ROW: Dana Burket, Debbie Caldarola, Lara Garrett, Colleeu Cummings, Jennifer Wright, Kelley Bowman, Patty Gwinn. THIRD ROW: Dani Thomson. Cecilia Estrada. Dianne Blackwell, Mary Jo Mauermann, Lorri Richardson, Tara Stenseth, Ann Ruscher, Brenda Tyler. FOURTH ROW: Priscilla Torres, Judy Racino, Hilary Haynie. Ann Riley, Marion Piner, Romy Klein, Anita Arnold. RHA 281 ? THE EW GE ER TIO 282 Division Editor: Rebecca Adair Aide: Carla Brooks Freshmen Corps members pass the sign for the Gig'em Aggie yell during All U Night held on Kyle Field Septem- ber 2. -5 1, A wr xB 5 X T .x x E Divislon 283 lug 1 7 'V . fra. lf ., A, . v 1 , -X ' x f 25 Lf 'J ff Chris Wallace Corps Adjutant 1,1 Yori Escalante Public Relations Officer Kurt Stallwitz Inspector General Dan Hampton Judge Advocate General Xavier Cazares Scholastics Officer Steve Lord Personnel Officer David Carter Corps Chaplain '17 Garland Wilkinson Corps Sergeant Major Matthew Davis Supply Officer Greg Keith Public Relation Sergeant ,f Frank Abbott Operations Officer Nathan Watson Scholastics Sergeant Mandy Schubert Administrative Sergeant Clay La Grone Advocate Sergeant Michael Smith Supply Sergeant Corps of Cadets 285 I X T 'JA I' Q8 Showing her spirit for ASLM, a freshman girl from Keathley dorm Wildcats after a yell. E Trigon Staff Lil T 1 "" CZ ,f, Q G . 76: I 1 T -wr 1 1 ,.. ...U ' ' FRCM LEFT: Col. Richard G, McPherson, Col. Donald L. Burton. Mr. Howard S. Perry, Col. Joe L. Byrd. ',,.,1-rn: 1' 4' " f? " ...1 -,,.. .,, .1 q O fl . A 5 16 ' -v ,' I, , ... 'X 3 --, ....-,....... i. . V I ,YJ S 3' as I -wr' Y I TF f I N .10 FRONT ROW: Traci Smlth, Jackie Dodd, Madene Walker. SECOND ROW: LTC Donald J. Johnson, Col. Donald L. Burton, LTC Donald R. Henderson 286 Corps of Cadets ROTC Staff FIRST ROW: Maj. Richard L. Gaughan, Maj. Stephen G. Smith, SFCIPJ Edward Harkless, Capt. Edwin L. Kennedy Jr. SECOND ROW: Maj. Michael R. Hardin, Cpt. Diane K. Rand, Cpt. Bryan K. Stephens, SSG Richard Sanchez, SFC Jerry R. Leininger. THIRD ROW: Maj. Richard M. Pitts, Mary E. Young, Carolyn R. Beran, Karen A. Watkins, Cpt. Billy R. Mathews FOURTH ROW: Col. Donald L. Burton, LTC Jerald G. Lindsey, Cpt. David L. Revell, Andrew L. Cannon. Navy FIRST ROW: Mary K. Velleca, Marci K. Cochran, CMDR. Robert L. Cobb, Col. Richard G. McPherson. Maj. John D. McGuire, John Kremmer. Janice Cromer. SECOND ROW: LT Michael C. Purcell, LT Douglas P Tomlinson, LT Carl R. Markett, LT Dennis L. Brouwer, LT Joseph R. Hurt, Cpt. Drew A. Bennett, LT Andrew Segovia. THIRD ROW: ENS Gregory J. Lackey, ENS Samuel D. Schick. YNCS Joseph D. Reynolds, QMCS Carl R. Ford, SKC Herbert L. Walker, SK2 Roy R Rocha, SSGT Hercules Conway. Air Force FIRST ROW: Col. Joe L. Byrd, LTC Perry L. Koch. Norma L. Roberts, Maj. Alan W. Gibbs, Cpt. Lester T. Pepin. SECOND ROW: Cpt. Jon C. Morrow. Cpt. Lorenza M. Bedgood, Cpt. William W. Fults, SSGT Daniel Cadena, SGT Derek A. Dostal. THIRD ROW: TSGT Rollen L. Lipscomb. MSGT Robert W. Miller, SSGT James D. Dupuis, SSGT Glenn FK. Medeiros. L f f,' niglfv. wr 4' r- , A1 is , X -4' ,ht "-f"..I I " -ia.--9'.Ag""7 'J ' . , -- was --.L 1 ,fr--, - 5 : "'9L'f ',"'fv ' ,4q"l. 431 14-,,,g"t4'1,'f'.4' fu, ' .1 ' 'uf 'Q Q' - - - 2' 'A . 9 , nv p - 15 l , 1?", ,rf 11-". 'kggliif 'fr 3:1,"'I'Q f D 'L zaa corps of cams Ql- ,- A . - - it. L 4" ---5-gg 7 06217721 ' ,l,., ,,,, -, .-,-- x A 'g , f 2,3 . . Nfl. I Jlgti Y "' - -L, -- T K .Vi ..- T, W 3 ln'-. 1'-ffla' Q 41:14 W QI 11' '1 Q .'-,PL iinf " "IU,. ., fy! A5 rig' . ,H f ' ,K larva lo -7 A1 S s g . '-ff 'I-" ' A -I -. fd rv - - . xv , f. .' C? d M Q ."' 1 Ag ' ' W f :Y 1 HF ff . '42 L D , H.-N. 1, r- 1 Q Corps of Cadets 289 I o N 6 Q The B aged H-ssasaaiauiiillll KI IEBEBEEESEIIIIIIU Sv -9- W , 54:35 .143 ff'f"1Q -17. 1,- 1 1, -"f ff- 2:2535 .LZ21JfQEi' Ln, Vp, 1 ............-Q .f-...Q -fo-lv ff v .gig 1,54 3 '9f.dSx.awfGI. 'Se 'laxff . '.,: r . A -L. x X.-y N .- 4 .A . w. I - . ,H ,- . ' '.-' Q -. .A -f - X ' ,, frmw JM' ' wr 0 'W ui,--,' 'G' fi: va Q.: 5, fi 'A iq 4 .f .Q i . I 1 First Brigade Staff I "" i l an 3 ' I if -nf -d ,tl Thomas Williams Tom Black FRONT ROW: John Newton, Tom Black, Tom Williams, Lee Wright, Mark Schulze. SECOND ROW: Am Commanding Officer Executive Officer Friedman, Thomas Gilliland, George Knox, Glen Shepard. f 7 , i r if if i E E E 292 Corps of Cadets John Newton Mark Schulze Lee Wright Inspector General Scholastics Officer Supply Officer Amir Friedman Thomas Gilliland Glen Shepard SQYQQBHY Maifif Operations Sergeant Scholastics Sergeant 1 First Battalion Staff 'O . Col 1 s . i vm, I, . ND -f i i I H FRONT ROW: Cody Dowell, Kevin Simpson, Ken Skaggs, John McMahon. BACK ROW: Leo Grumulaitus, Ancel Nunn, Erik Hendrickson, John Kenner. -lr ,4'- Ken Skaggs Commanding Officer Kevin Simpson Executive Officer Cody Dowell Scholastics Officer -15 John McMahon Supply Officer lc' I1 Z? ,-l Lai Leo Grumulaitus Erik Hendrickson John Kenner Ancel Nunn Sergeant Major Operations Sergeant Scholastics Sergeant Supply Sergeant Corps of Cadets 293 K. BELOW: Guidon Company A-1 Bearer - David Webb, Executive Officer - Steve Edge, Commanding Officer - Dave Draper, First Sergeant - Jim Katinas. i mx il ll fc filfff., 1 ,1 T l 'il - ' rv--r "' it .sv av 4,'4'FinY"7,f : "Q-. J "'!' ' I 5 l WP Q? , , ff , , ,.,,f,'.,.. , . . . 1 5- is-q,.s s ' , fe, ft ., -- 4411- . 1, . ' -at ' "lun-4' 1' - ' - .V dim" ,t ' , , ' ' nh.--.,, fl I ' 51 ' V A . -. a,.--+e,wfffgfff'-4 'pfff - WW T, , , . fx, ,- we by V, .,,,V-,, 1 ,,.. , . 1 Y V ' f ,fi , ff' -11 f' "lie, 1 ' l e, ,, .,. JA," "',' "' ff . , . ,,,. I. , mt.. -- ... . 'ff"""'.'1 - :uf-f., 1":'."+- 1 A FIRST ROW: Jett Hutchinson, J.J. Del.eon, Andre Hall, Tom Williams, Hai On, John Kane, Steve Edge, Lewis Reddell, Dave Draper, Will Bell, Billy Dorsey, Henry Werchan, Jamie Holder, Gil Springfield, Mike Hancock, Raymond Winter. SECOND ROW: Jim 294 Corps of Cadets Katinas, Andy Manchigiah, Ancel Nunn, Scott Stanton, Billy Harrison, Otis Sadler, Amir Friedman. THIRD ROW: David Webb, David Hamill, Scott Hunter, Russell Brown, Peter Awad, Sam Villarreal. FOURTH ROW: John Miller, John Chians, John Yonkers, Drew Holt, Jeff Eitel, Kevin Guz, Max Stalling, Mitchell Davis, Todd Reichert, Stephen Pierce, Bryan Leonard, Stacey Smith. l x Company E-1 BELOW: Guidon Bearer - Brian Matthews, Adviser - SFC Jerry Leininger, Commanding Officer - Arnie Schrank, Executive Officer - Stephan Soly- mosy, First Sergeant - Hermann Haskenr .rr of :.. 1 mfg JV 5.4, HECK! f d E- -. vw--rs -f . '99 C. - S FIRST ROW: Brian Bordic, Richard Yoder, Mark Fisher, John McMahon, Stephan Solymost, Arnie Schranl-t, Scott McMahon, Jay Mohiet, Michael McLean, Joseph Rodri- quez, Sergeant First Class Jerry Leininger. SECOND ROW: Brian Matthews, Hermann Hasken, Paul Slater, Zang Russell, Thomas Gilliland, Phillip Faieta, Otis McGre- gor, Andrew Kenner, John Kenner, David Funk. Thomas Fleming, Robert Winovitch, George Knox, Michael Magee. THIRD ROW: Scott King, Ronald Kellar, Paul Simmons. Michael Richardson, John Spencer, Chris Dunn, David Hines, David Edmonson, Chris Probst, Richard Mills, John Ploch, Juan Carlos Santos, Richard Wolf. FOURTH ROW: Edwin Kaiser. Clyde Hamilton. Sam Browning. Bryn Russell, David Boyd, Tres Lawrence, Sam Myers. Vincent Allen, Lance Wyatt, James Edmunds. Federico Palomo, Kelly Kerr, Kevin Smith, Jesse Meerscheidt, Ste- ven Robertson, Robert Clay. Corps of Cadets 295 1,,. 1 ' P11511 r V' 1 , ,iwfvr Y '1fl', 1' 4 Al 1. X ,f,.' .1 ,J-, H.. .1531 ,V .4 ,. 1. ., 1" 1 1 t, . I QA' LI v,- 'J " -'rs' 11 ' 'J'-,L ff .NY 1 rl-V vlXtl'.'1 11:1 V A I t1Il1bC'. 11' . 4 1 I". 3 . -' 1 4 . K ' L lr '1 1 1 iq ' ' 1.l'1 . I I I 1 411' K , I 1, .t A ,Q . ,. ' 1 M , '11 I 1. ,'. ,A . l , 11 1 1 , ' -.1 1' ' 'A 'Y V wwf., 1 4 ' 1' ,' W I 4 'Y U "e , 'I' 1'. ' -Y 1 1 - 1. ' .' 4 .Lian by ,fkuu - - ' 'F 1 '.N1" v l1f'.'. -M' 1"1'.4fT'L1'f.f, "HW , I 'Q .1Q'1f1uQ uf2","f-'za' '-man HH '1f"'.. -'-,Ja l'1' - L' "N '1 '- 1 'fix' 'K-vm 'li'-2.5 1. 'KH E31 '.'.4"' -'f..f'., '. .1-kl.:Vh1'1' 1.1.8 "N, .L A- 2-2111 '."1af1s ,f ".1 J", ',f,1"f, -'ln -,Lf 1,1 X ' S 3' 111 11 I' ' ily Jll . ' , g 4. , 'W 0 AI, all s b '4"v1 ' 1' '1 I ' lt- "M 14 4 26 Life CAUGHT I THE SPIRIT l l Football season brings a spirit that can n'er be told - the spirit of Aggieland. he beginning of every colle- giate year signifies the kick- off of football season across the nation. Students, alumni and backers, young and old, gather to wear their alma mater's colors, voice their support or dis- favor, crowd local restaurants or picnic from the tailgates of cars and to share in the spirit of the weekend. During home game weekends, prepara- tions for victory begin Friday night with pre-yell, pre-game action. For some fans, Northgate plays host. The Dixie Chicken, third major alcohol distributor of the coun- ty, accommodates 323 people, with many more overflowing onto University Drive. Dudley's Draw and Sunset Grill also con- tribute their share of celebrators. As 12 a.m. draws near, Kyle Field begins to fill with thousands of Aggies and enthusiasts eager for Midnight Yell Practice. Tension and enthusiasm grow as the torches of the Fightin' Texas Aggie Band break through the crowd. The Aggie War Hymn vibrates, initiating whoops from the crowd. Juniors in the Corps of Cadets and their dates run alongside band members as they enter Kyle Field. "There's never a chance for air, and if you lose grip of your date's beltloop you're gonna drown in the wavesg you're holding on for dear life!" sophomore Grace Gon- zoles said. The five Yell leaders, clad in overalls, energetically lead the familiar yells, unique to the A8zM student body. "Farm- ers Fight" or a L'Rah . . . rah . . . rah . . . rah...T...A...M...C"ispunched out before the aggie crowd. Upon com- mand, the crowd assumes the bent-bodied position, known as the Aggie hump-it. Freshmen wildcats and junior whoops echo throughout the stadium. Rock and Rachel, the hero and heroine of stories told by the yell leaders, bring the cry, "Get Grody" and whoops from the crowd. The signal to cut the lights brings instant dark- ness, except for the matches or lighters of underclassmen and dateless students watching their upperclassmen and other Aggies practice scoring by kissing their dates. Game day activities begin early as visit- ing parents and friends roam dorm halls. Throughout the parking lots surrounding the stadium, families enjoy Tailgate par- ties and picnics. Some former students sport their maroon suits and boots around campus. Traffic is tight, ticket scalpers look for bids and a few youngsters sit at street intersections selling Aggie mums and memorabelia. i'Rain or shine, we're going to sell," affirmed Tommy Parks, a mum salesman from College Station. About two hours before every home game kick-off, the Corps of Cadets marches into Kyle Field for inspection and review. Chanting their jodies, they parade from the Corps Quadrangle to pass by the reviewing stand in the stadium. Joe Routt Boulevard crowds with spectators as par- ents and friends strain for a glimpse of their special cadet. The game begins with Aggie fans stand- ing in front of their seats in the spirit of the 12th Man, waiting for the yell leaders' IT BELOW LEFT: Guidon Bearer - Damon Baine, Executive Officer - Cecil Jackson Commanding Officer - Phil Waldron, First Segeant - Bret Hall. l, -P FUN' 'if -' e " ' 'TJ Q . M" Company I-1 G J l 1 . I l Q-Y? w kph 4- y - ff ' it fflf i'V I " I if i B. 'F '12 ' ,gb-J -sag '- L:- fi A ua KAI up: u in U -r D f if if fi if if V 215. - " .u M- -A-at -H -his as F- - ,, if x -1 'i ' ' ' ly- if e 'W - af. f . 7 , ' 5 . --, E122-f ,C t , A. , -,.,. ' 1 Q- '- ' . ..,- ,, - -, , r .-J rg- 'f 1'-"HEL-if' J. H.. W fri 101, '5"'T1?'w ',r's ,w9:-gvft5A- - fi. 1, :if ' V ' .. A ' , ' ff ' I D ,g 4, I, ,Q ,jg .-. 9,14 .g:..1 ,.,Q,---'Qif2'f2.yf,ZQ 'i,f'.-5,g.:'if. lj " 5' ig5gf.:'15,,-il' -wily: 154' -,- f:g'.,p'+'5 -' - 1 5--'L dr ., F . - V 4 Y , 1 .' , L, 'J' .-.1.' :.5'-' vi - 1-.. .L-. ox-l::a:,?:i'fa.'.' 5'1,'.a :-5,1113 ':. .uziaazfr 4.5, g,,g:5,3gAu,-3,,,, 1 ' 1 1-, 3, , N53 ,gi L - 1 s,,1..,-,,,,-,Ng 1 ' ,Y , , s ,, , , , , 'fn' M' 4,336 nl' ,afxtfsv 352' FIRST ROW: Randy Vickers, Cody Dowell, Richard De Los Santos, Rick Lockett, Cecil Jackson, Phil Waldron, Scott Falke, Scott McLaughlin, Lee Wright, Jack Gex, Xavier Cazares. SECOND ROW: Bret Hall, Andrew Levy, Eric Hendrickson, Gene Cates, Greg Eaton, Garland 296 Corps of Cadets Wilkinson, Leo Grumulaitis, Eric Trammell, Greg Gehler, David Hammons, Craig Maki. THIRD ROW: Damon Baine, Mike Nahas, Larry Collins, Ron Steedly, Bill Cruse, Jason Link, Heeth Orr, Alan Soukup, Travis Wallace, Mark Haygood. FOURTH ROW: Rodney Peters, Peter Borsack, Robert Hernandez, Paul Cooke, Wesley Carter, William Montgomery, Daniel Bennett, John Hermes, Rich- ard Sechrist. Company V-1 First Sergeant - Ernie Pyles, Commanding Officer - Mark Ward, Executive Officer - Don Anderson, Guidon Bearer - Gene Bravenec. il-I: gf F :zz 4" l ..,,, .gi- E5 ' gl aa 1 else ,C - Q gm , J. vin, - L ,,,. 1 ..L YA, , lg- ,F A' riff' I . , ,- v A " ' . ?'x Al Jfet' Q! . V-4712 I, 1 is 44 --3 .1 . wav 1. V ,g I. 4 R - F R - f E r ig? ip . 'L-F ' 'fy iff Jgll- .I, 1 'A 'f ll - 4- fl I 2' df- V 1 " 1 Q- 1, --3: 1 xl ,2- 11 I - H 'A F 13 5151! ' ' V 24 Q-. 3, SVU: ' 'H " 1- Q Di? gr K an, if l li llllu l ill l -T-rv l .J I 9 'NY -v -1. - u. - e . - ' -' " - ' - " ' ' V . .' -. -. 'Q ' , ,-'l :.' r' . 3'ff'j'--.. ,f-2 ,gg E 'Tg'wez,f.'-:7,.l,,,gg- ., ' J - '- - ,-if-ywrifrr 1 1: L .3 5.-5e.qi!,L 4,g ',E f 'f " . 3, -'1 'f ,. 6Juutk'b.n23:+ii.,?'--F'IfL:Le:"'.v:'t:.Qi'ais,uQQ-.A ' ' f 'P ' V..- - r -2' , - . if' i'?Sinl-.L'iie.-ff2?9if-11.3 Q-'.:nN5Ywc .1 , ,4 f-. -"rf -f r w -- - FIRST ROW? DOD Af'ld9YS0l'l, Milfk Ward- SECOND Ernie Pyles, Jerome Burns, Fred Owens, Richard lbarra. FOURTH ROW: Gene Bravenec. Michael ROW? John Mark Thane- Ffank Munoz. Ken Skaggs, Dashiell, Dennis Rudder, Gene Connolly, Jonathan Moore. Pete Muno-Dones, Regina Christman. THIRD ROW: Corps of Cadets 29 Q QQ Company W-1 BELOW: Guidon Bearer - Marisela Contreras, Executive Officer - Lupita Cardenas, Commanding Officer - Jane Bergin, First Sergeant - Dawn Sim- mons. Q- 114 -Hr' ----4 F SE-we me--1-5 , an , l C tw ' N I Y , FIRST ROW Lupita Cardenas Jane Bergin Estrella Noreen Cunningham Cl'iar1sseSeward, Sherry Claire Borwe, Wanda Cox, Carol Rockwell, Elizabeth SECOND ROW Dawn Simmons Carolyn Crider Amy Strelow Captain Diane Rand THIRD ROW: Marisela Harp, Desiree Olah, Melissa Villermin, Barbie Lucas, Ferguson Ely Dlugos Anita Wood Desiree Sabarl Meg Contreras Mary Mayo Laura Lindquist, Susan Durr. Amy Thompson, Thanh Tran, Nora Lopez. Kash Simone Weaver Mandy Schubert Carmen FOURTH ROW Karla Dlugos Shawn Murkland, Second Battalion Staff FIRST ROW: John Kvinta, Mark Curtis, Jim Craig. SECOND ROW: Ch ox'- '-:4 9- 1 4. ris Owen, Ross Weiland, Mickiel Hodge. 'L .J Mark Curtis Commanding Officer CWD Jim Craig Executive Officer 'Cl John Kvinta Scholastics Officer Ross Weiland Sergeant Major 4 , K Chris Owen Supply Sergeant 'Q :1 Mickiel Hodge Scholastics Sergeant Corps of Cadets 299 ' :rs-r, Q S Bri 1 rg .U Company B-1 Guidon Bearer - Steve Cook, Executive Officer - Wade Howard, Command- ing Officer - Hudson White, First Sergeant - Darin Dalbom, 'M,,,,,w" , I 471 . 1 fa., 42 , f '+ R We!! ,fwf 'E We 6 , , fi 'Wm yr' v "wr 7 6 lf I Q, ithifii FIRST ROW: John Kvinta, Alex Keller, Charlie Weaver, Kurt Stallwitz, Jeff Mayer, Wade Howard, Hudson White, Curry Campbell, Duncan Koon, Marshall Dougherty, Jim Laffey, Greg Smith, Marshall Swanberg. SECOND ROW: Darin Dalbom, Brian Tutt, Blain 300 Corps of Cadets Reeves, John Mathis, Byron Vassberg, Billy Sam Borchardt, Kersten Palmer, Cliff Murray, John Truitt, Mason Hogan, Kres Maedgen, Larry Sever, Mark Streitfeld, Chris Owen, Phil Durham. THIRD ROW: Steve Cook, Ray Kornhoff, Doug Slauson, Joel Johnston, Scott Mallory. FOURTH ROW: Dirk Bergoon, Mariano Gomez, Scott Coles, Adam Dexter, Sam Watson, David Kennedy, Stanley Stanley, Stanley Peters, Sam Williams, Jay Hardy, Joe Nino. 525 ' Company F -1 La T' , ,ix L. - ', I V: X. X I pf. T., nk I 0 JAXEST TGS 0 ul ' , if il ll Guidon Bearer - Mikal Ham, Commanding Officer - Gregory Baine, Executive Officer - William Curry, First Sergeant - Bill Heathcott. "fr 5- , ----- "' q . i ,W qv 'iff ul 5 4 , L i as eeer of -f --fl Y H 7 a E- - : eqafggf i " F, -Y V2 J aw 4418 V-.. - ,.g1 - J ' a ghffgil EV. A -1 as ,ff ' ,Q Q . a , H , - E 1' A , Q it . ,x . 5 Y r 1 . W I r ,,-..., ' n 4' A ' ' 1 4 5 ' L 1 sI"ir' f ".-.af ,f -3224 , ' L .4 5. 'P KJ fl . 4 A.. , 1311" -T1 , , , ... . , Corps of Cadets 301 iii ,J ,-Q 'Y Company K-1 BYO. Ili.. First Sergeant - John Pickering, Commanding Officer - Russell Frankson, Executive Officer - Daryl Pruitt, Guidon Bearer - Mike Thompson. 'C -?'i vi. ci, M, ii :Aff-ur' ,R l T w f ' C 'i"'fi5'f?i ir? P ,, f M ' 1' i r i si, :Lf ,A - A .,. ,, ,' ,'".,':4nf1ig:,,Wyec,,: ff f-Q.: i f -7.--.eggvgggs,-.ws,g.figwj 2, ,--,N 5:r'qQ?g:4q,f Z si' , f , . 7 'Q . wil' I fr! f'-1. ,'gff4f"ff"2az7a4v,E.,rL A ?' ,N , ' .QL 0 'Q , ' if-H9-vkafi--5 ' - ff'-M.. . .:,1,: 5 5 , -1' ' . . . f f'fi5 'Y ' ff- ' ,f?'. . ,Mfr Q':51',f? . ?"5S,a lf?'ff3l1""f -f-129, """l?-'F FIRST ROW: Steve Wick, Ramon Rivero, Mark May- Pollard, Mike Hodge, Kirk Spessard, Ted Tollette, John Otkin, Tod Brunin , William Mullins, Chris Richard. Q tinez, Charles Minor, Jason Miles, Louis Fancher, Daryl Pruitt, Russell Frankson, Ron McElroy, Alan Moore, Mark Curtis, Chris Wallace, Tom Black, David Flores. SECOND ROW: John Pickering, Cary Roberts, Dan 302 Corps of Cadets Black, Robert Berg, Richard Diaz-Gonzalez, Charles Todd, James Parks. THIRD ROW: Mike Thompson, Greg Smith, Bob Black, Perry Eichor, Mark Stasney, Jay FOURTH ROW: Greg Henderson, Ray Follis, James Bell, David Dover, Jim Jamison, Jeff Noble, Thomas Lewis, James Roberts, Doug Hardwick, Mike Cole. Sw Company M-1 J Guidon Bearer - Mike McGinnis, Executive Officer - Andre Savino, Com- manding Officer - Matt Brown, First Sergeant - James Berry. -,qi . 55? if" J, sb iff xv., --' - 5 h- ' f ' 13- 1aaln E- "" 'BMJ 1? 9 if 'P T Ll. FIRST ROW: J.R. Acosta, Robert Ford, Rob Melis, Andre Savino, Matt Brown, Henry Abdullah, Stanley Johnson, Thorp Tyler, James Craig. SECOND ROW: Dzinh Nguyen, Richard Valigura, Phillip Arp, Steve Vaughn, Van Patrick Bevill, Ed Winfrey, Joe Hardee. Rob Jarrett, Kent Hamaker, Brian Lehne, Robert Hill, THIRD ROW: James Berry, Mike McGinnis, Mike Meza, Steve Peck, Charlie Hyde, Lance Carlson. FOURTH ROW: Mike McConnell, Greg Traylor. Ron- nie Person, Eric Wylie. Paul Skrtic, Clarence Lucas. Richard Long, John Talkington, Brad Pharr. Corps of Cadets 303 1. 1 l lu Fourth Battalion Staff f E--sz.: -91' .aw . I .CM-W I 2352i ' ' 4 91 , J 5157.-a.4'1. -- Li." '-1' fi fig - QV ,,z Craig Thomas Commanding Officer it f E, 3 s., gr" ,1" Randy Brooks Executive Officer ' , 'Mf Jeff Hanson Scholastics Officer 304 Corps of Cadets FIRST ROW: Jeff Hanson, Randy Brooks, Craig Thomas. SECOND ROW: Blake Steward, Thomas Evans, Clay Bretches. ., Clay Bretches Blake Steward Thomas Evans Sergeant Major Scholastics Sergeant Supply Sergeant .-.. J.. ,, LQ-- .-...o, BT, A 'B ., ,..,-- Company B-2 BELOW: Guidon Bearer - David Benadoe, Executive Officer - Aaron Dennis, Commanding Officer - Bryan Meyers, First Sergeant - Joe Lessard, Flag Bearer - Frank Mulleri ug:-gg -Z, Vw . , ,it QQ, 7" yglPl+,, as .X tal"" -mr"--r' .: v, .. .f,. ll -,,.- .iv FIRST ROW: Mickey Peters, John Engle, Randy Brooks, Stuart Kuehn, Aaron Dennis, Bryan Meyers, Drew Lydick, Robert Rumbarger, Mark Resendez, Toby Burke. SECOND ROW: Joe Lessard, Jon Chapman, Glen Shepard, Eddie lzaguirre, Blake Steward, Mike Bridgehouse, Henry Scarbrough, Joe Maida. THIRD ROW: David Benadoe, Charles Salinas, Bruce Hill, Brent Vannoy, David Warmath, Jay Greer. Robert Russell, Scott Hare, Frank Muller. FOURTH ROW: Ronald Bolton, Tom Ellis, Steve Hookstra, Matthew Murff, Victor Slowik, Michael Bottiglieri, John Calahan Frank Wimbish, David Patchett. Frank Lafferty Matthew Kenjura, Lawrence Fellers. Bryce Reeves Toby Burgess, Gilbert Guerra, Daniel Ponce, Corps of Cadets 303 -. 1 i fi- 5. .X sw V 1 ,-1.5: .P Q x ,ft i '? l signals to hump-it. A8zM students remain on their feet until halftime. Like most sporting events, fans either shout verbal charms or sorcery. Aggies whoop or hiss their "Riffity, riffity, rif, raf's." Scoring points on the field means additional scores for the standing 12th Man. The Parsons Mounted Calvery cannon fires and Aggies receive their date's kiss for each score. Whoop! The entire student side of the stadium - and most of the opposite side of the stadium - sways during the Aggie War Hymn at the end of the first quarter. The band then begins preparations for half- time. Upon command, 'iThe Pulse of Ag- gielandv runs to the field's edge before performing like no other military march- ing band. Their performances consist of folding and interweaving columns and rows with precision and sharpness, bring- ing cheers from both sides of the stadium. Before the football players return to the turf, senior students and boot-wearing ca- dets form boot line, a privilege specifically for seniors or i'Zips" to spur the team onto victory. After an Aggie win, yell leaders are chased down and carried off by freshmen to the fish pond for a refreshing dunk fol- lowed by a yell practice on the steps of the YMCA Building. If Aggies are "out- scored," a yell practice with the football players and coaching staff is held in Kyle Field immediately following the game. Celebrations and comaraderie flow through the campus and town as the Ag- gies strengthen the tradition of a spirit that can n'er be told - the spirit of Aggieland. By Yollie Lopez Students hump-it during the game against the Uni- versity of Houston at Kyle Field. i i i l Li: I J V+ L i I Guidon Bearer - Rene Gonzalez Executive Officer - Vince Adams Com- Q i manding Officer - Carl White First Sergeant - John Dickerson, ' r-te Company D-2 i ' TE x J.,...-W mills, As .1-r-Y! 943 CTD 47" T js, ST, - 'A' I, 9 . r . ' ' : 1-11, L ii' .fm Ytzgrtgzgieril' ,,":' FIRST ROW: Dwayne Cornelius, Bobby Balli, John Spessard, Matthew Davis, Vince Adams, Craig Thomas, Carl White, John lacoponelli, John Sumner, Joel Woodward, Kenny Blanda, Henry Majia. SECOND ROW: John Dickerson, Roman Gomez, Steven Crittell, Michael Haigh, John Beury, Victor Kerckhoff, Mark 306 Corps of Cadets Shankle, Jimmy Cunningham, Charles Morris. THIRD ROW: Master Sergeant Brown, Rene Gonzalez, Terry Coker, Scott Rippell, Howard Zuch, Steven Cunningham, David Redding, John Mitchel, Steve Haldeman, FOURTH ROW: Jeffery Crossley, James Cowart, Jason Harwood, Christopher Donnell, Stanley Golaboff, Jason Moore, Jim Davis, Steve Keathley, Frederick Barrett, Richard Hamilton, Michael Pierce, Albert Wilfong, Roan Gomez, William Stout, Mui-Jen Shiau. Company F -2 , Guidon Bearer - Steve Kerutis, Executive Officer - John Wegenhoft, Com- manding Officer - Michael Bailey, First Sergeant - Lee Gizzi, Flag Bearer - John Hubert. I' ff-v f -spa-if.-.f-ivzf ' V Q I 1. -I u. I ,W-5...-U WSJ' f .. -4. f t "' .S:,,tw 3 I 'Lx - V - .z, W: ,1" :sf I 5 S H. 'Q .4 Ma , A- ft mai- ,- ' . MQ' Qs: .1 " -U A 4. FIRST ROW: Michael O'Hara, Jamie Shamblin, Maurice Winter, John Wegenhoft, Michael Bailey, Jeff Hanson, Brian Dickens, Johnny Hines, Jon Belnager. SECOND ROW: Lee Gizzi, Nick Rodriguez, Roadney Huerter, George Papaliodis, Thomas Evans, Clint Fesler, Tom Kelley, Brad Nehring, Clay Bretches. THIRD ROW: Steve Kerutis, Andy Townend, Jim Caylor. Greg Kilner, Keith Wilde, Richard Guerra, Brad Rapp, Bill Williams, Frank Stanford, David Burger, John Hubert. FOURTH ROW: Scott Williams. Darin Moore. James Havens, Pat Kelley. Andrew Lester. David Harlan. Torrey Moorer, Ed Knight. David Rubinger. Victor Howard. Darin Duphorne. Corps of Cadets JO ft It lfff f Y a Company L-2 f Guidon Bearer W Brent Boyd, Executive Officer - Chris Faucett, Command- ing Officer - Victor Lopez, First Sergeant - Jim Slaughter. .',v '- ,ft ,,...,,-00" Y E 1 lf Q -:-t 1,..'T'PJf 'I ."- F, . l . iff-4'1i', - 1 Q , it a wr - - - ' .L 1 5 1 T" li U' "'! 1 If - T.. 'K s y' - -T, . G Nj:-9, I , '- - - if 5 :--' A - 'A ',. Rf' . . ' 'fx ,J N ,, V '- ' , , ' , ' '-fs., l Hifi' -L , , , A., V, Q 5- v ,W i " L "5-' :A i wg' . wi- . 1 ,F if 11 I as n A ' - V , 4. If ,, E' ' f vi V M Q K' C' ' IQ T Curl '7 Q! 4 rc I . .C ,f ,A I - 1 46 C -sf S, S ' E fnt ,S si iv ,f . . lg ., r . V 'f , i f is . .lk , .1 G A It I,--Jglau. ,D :L , if , 1 r' A. C i!.,g.r-ynunff-7 z . 2 3 .........-i---....-.,. W FRONT ROW: Charles Mcllroy, Mark Shultz, Chris Faucett, Victor Lopez, John Newton, Jay Langston, Dryden Boyce SECOND ROW: -lim Slaughter, James Daniels, Gary Demers, Terry Townend, Andy Carr, 308 Corps of Cadets Gabe Salonish, Ewing Fuller, John Wheelan, Chris Hahn. Acevedor BACK ROW: Tom Duke, David Jones, Andy THIRD ROW: Brent Boyd, Jon Lowden, Chris Dibrell, Kerr-ran, Drew Gibson, Mark Benden, Gregg Carter, Jim Foster, Charles Aris, Owen Ralston, Robby John Eckard, Adam Saenz, Matthew Lindsay, Gregg Anderson, Stephen Flournoy, Shawn Kelly, Rafeal Gasgaway, S ns- fi ,-. V ' 5 ai. Xl fi V. gg, Vt .1 ' ,, "vp'7f '41 .QQ , -I WL. L 1' 'Q if f' 53" .af gKi'a 'nga' 1" Q WSU! 'I' BY' Os' 4 fzffih' 3,6 S f -:-1-, .,-x,'s..f- . N 1, '.:?:v "X ' "Sur-. . 0. 'lt .--,.. ' f. '-1--'-.. 5:4 4 515125 rw' 3 . ., 119, ,,, - ,M , M -L Y 6-' 'Lf-Jr.. Vs' 7,7 ,, Y, ,,.,1.,. .. f V- "TT: li Tiff 'ff 1' 225.3 -55.2 ,Q -.17 ' ' f w' 1 The Regiment Da O 'iw-..... la- 1: f , 4 gf" Nh. I 7 W' x ..h ,MG x 7' ' . - u. u is: ' ,liz- , S 5 ' 4 X. , -- 1 xg 'Q 151 Q - H. Q 1 x r s, Q.. 'X .-' :N ' x ' . ' . fx 'is' Q f 5 1 1 X Q ,gp ,If Q, ., gt, 'O lg' , n r X I l x igsgg-IVA' . X: l Q. M. 1 X ,W , . Vg ' . A -Y 1 -1:11. 4:1 ' x 1 K -, xg X51 . 91 A afar? Jeff Johnson Commanding Officer First Regiment Staff r ' I f-.,..-- V fllf i - " ... - is 1 FROM LEFT: Robb Dennis, Scott Hardegree, Phil Meacham, Greg Buck, Walter Catlett, Jeff Johnson, Kevin Morton, Larry McGuire. lt. !,g ?f,' ' 'wr ---'X ,,, . Scott Hardegree Executive Officer Larry McGuire Kevin Morton Adjutant Officer Scholastics Officer y. 1 '. QT' Walter Catlett Sergeant Major 312 Corps of Cadets LIT' TQ vjQ-lv ,feet 0 -gg, Robb Dennis Greg Buck Phil Meacham Operations Sergeant Supply Sergeant Scholastics Sergeant Fifth Battalion Staff hi 5 'Z' FRONT ROW: Greg Darby, Chris Patton, Dan Keech, Fred Hawkins, Damon Dickinson. SECOND ROW: Mike Barrett, Kevin Fred Hawkins Whitaker. , 3 1' N1 Commanding Officer Kevin Whitaker Scholastics Officer Greg Darby Operations Officer lv , .1 .--1 A -gg.. 4 1 YY 3 p' . , r 'G avr i Y' 044 - 1-Q h - ' ,pf A X ' i Damon Dickinson Chris Patton Dan Keech Mike Barrett Sergeant Major Operations Sergeant Supply Sergeant Scholastics Sergeant Corps of Cadets 313 H F Company A-2 K I .f -3 Wa Q., N BELOW Executive Officer Steven Byrd Commanding Officer Jeffrey Calabrese First Sergeant Doug Hall Gurdon Bearer William Ewing Je an IQ.. .c' . E, 'vvv I! -raw nm ' 1 . 511, Ll 'I aug, ,1 - 'NZ A f' 7: - 3 is -- F . Cf 7.137-74' ' 9 ea 9 GL sr . I , t. , ,,. ,. 1,f- 11,t.,., ', av:.1.f,- .fg-T f 5 "ff ' ' 1 Q, ZS., .-,,f4.- 7 A ei,-,s ig,- A -A ,. J-"' ,' , ,f..1 fwf-189111-f , : l i " i E ,f . , ar-1-f-v.-:S F K :F-J-4 'sb 3-T 1 , .J ., ,A , T .J lb. r,.,.j -f .V 'fm'-5 -. -QI... " A - V .M .' LIEQFQTN F4 .-is-,UIQ - ' f ""'-an"-'If,5'L1.--E yer, ia . . - LL' '-9. ":. - .-eh -,, '.-.1 FIRST ROW: Curt Maples, Brian Smith, Mark Ude, Steven Byrd, Jeffrey Calabrese, Kevin Whitaker, Daryl McClendon, Mark Feagins, Fred Hawkins. SECOND ROW: Doug Hall, Dan Keech, Paul Landry, Brian Murphy, Colby Vokey, Van K. Tran, Thomas Marble, 314 Corps of Cadets Damen Dickinson. THIRD ROW: William Ewing, Matthew Vaughan, John Steeve, Brad Hall, John Lockwood, Scott Swan, David Hart, Emil Fischer, Steve Wascom, Brian Hopkins, Sam Alcala, David Symm, Rod Long, Mark Mariska, Mark Bednar. FOURTH ROW: Don Froning, David Wilson, Scott Swords, Danny Bird, Jackie Jones, David Mose, Keith Raney, Michael Gray, Christopher Nollette, Clifford Helphenstine, Roger Wood, John Key, Thomas O'Donohoe, Hugh Ayles, Harley Hollingsworth. 5, -5? BELOW: Guidon Bearer - Peter Lamont Executive Officer - Thomas ' McCourt, Commanding Offficer - Taylor Neely, First Sergeant - Andrew Hesser, Adviser - Rob Robison. M ARMY 0 -x Q 005 ggmtft' Company C-2 . r - --., ,l Wx' 9- 4 'Yun' -V " u-4 QQQQSP9 99 -lnlu3"""""Q' 11' -1 ' -'f""?"ff', 5'.B91'Nlfst'1Q - ,sygf-ff A 1' qv -r -. -V-sr TN' f' "' " "Y..p,,, 1i"4l' -fr. ,gr Q- "-J!" ,, .05 .J .-SN? - V when - . ' A 'Q ..r.v'1-is' '-Phil-f ' "" 11,1 153 , 2'f--,H Z xr., vw - , Q. 4-.-r.-W: s- wa r 'E'-74" A-rf: 3 ',,g,gr,,5S..-1:-Q. ' ' -,"' '4' 'A -kv' " ' " ' ' . 5, - - ,: 0,4 :gn --Q,-. gg ,,-. ,par U' - . ',-,- -. W - xhzv- - 'f ., --..s,..:a:.n We ---sa, ,det .-aAQb,,,.-M.. Ji. .,.--2, .Q-. - .. - FIRST ROW: Edward Richmond, Rodney Pennywell, Thomas McCourt, Taylor Neely, Jeffrey Johnson, John S. Kelly. SECOND ROW: Peter Lamont, Andrew Hesser, Rob Ross, Lewis Rogers, Kevin Shelton, Michael Alfred, Paul Sulivan, Mike Windmeyer, Cruz Lopez, Rob Robison. THIRD ROW: Steven Sopko, Gerald Meyers. Jack Rosier, Lance McDaniel, Herb Warren, Maurice Maness, Jason Pope. FOURTH ROW: Jeff Beaver. Brian Bargainer, Joe Brewer, Trace l-lill, James Parker, Brent Propst, David Sunlin, Paul Kresta. Larry White. Todd Parks, Donald Seeley. Ricardo Rojo, Donald Scoggin, Mike McMichael, Christopher Foley. Matt Jordan. Corps of Cadets 315 OLD ELEPH TS DIE ASLM Seniors wade through mud and water as they approach their final days of glory at t was Tuesday November 26, 1985 at 12:30 in the afternoon. The atmosphere of a riot seemed to take hold of the ASLM campus as senior students filled the plaza area in front of the Academic Building. The leaders of the group wore red work- men. Three other leaders wore blue jean overalls and led the massive group of se- niors through various yells to pep them up for the march about to take place. Meanwhile, various groups of juniors had set up ambushes throughout campus. Their toy guns were loaded, in hand and ready to fire when the seniors marched by. A visitor of the campus would think this crowd was worse than the Kent State epi- sode several years ago. However, the Ag- gies knew it was just the annual tradition of Elephant Walk. The march, Tuesday before the A8rM vs. T.U. football game, symbolized the seniors as dead elephants who would no longer be of use to the Twelfth man student body. Juniors ready to take over their new lead rolls on cam- pus, killed the dying elephants with water guns, water balloons and shaving cream. "It was fun to have the juniors you knew try to get you with their water guns and balloons," said senior Susan Legg. The line of the arm-in-arm seniors marched through several sentimental spots on campus as juniors continued the assault. The seniors were led through the fish pond and through campus. Then blocking traffic on University Drive, they meandered by the Dixie Chicken and down bottle cap alley. After surviving several ambushes at the north campus dorms, the seniors caught a glimpse of a real elephant by the Albritton Bell Tower. The seniors marched into Kyle Field where a surprise steer was waiting for them with 37-10 fthe score from last year 's ASLM vs. T.U. gamel branded on its side. After a short yell practice, the se- niors headed to the Quadrangle. "lt looked like a bunch of mud wrestling tournaments were taking place," com- mented senior Laura Goldwater in refer- ence to the activities in the Corps area. The mud-covered, dying elephants end- ed their trek at the site of Bonfire where a final yell practice was held with the yell leaders atop the stack. This muddy field and collection of wood was to become an- other annual Aggie bonfire to be held the next evening. By Lisa Kastensmidt Company D-1 BELOW LEFT: First Sergeant -- Chris Jones, Executive Officer - Geof Hutton, Commanding Officer - Jeff Brady, Adviser - Lt. Doug Tomlinson Guidon Bearer - Dennis Heinz. fi l igflrf 2 1 Xl I Q i ' 1 1' 2 -,A 3,2 f if V M A ff 'J' ,, ,,. , L I ? .L-. V l fy Z ,,., 2m X 5-,J LJ El li LJ ti 'f 'j' Audi A-ld M. as aa, Q- I ng l 1- A, as my aa, we sinh hi, 'Q' : '- 'W' . , , z , l i I-A rs' QQQQPQ '39 qyfqffyfi , ro.: -.J mms -nappy few.-.f,-wa. ,, . 11013, ,. , , , 4 , ' V . , f- , V, 4 , :. 1- :ff . , f- 101211 .'--f.,:,,4- ' -Q-arse-' V- . up ' - :ie -' -- , . .V is A 7 -, f . " ' ' - " ' ,Q - - .. i -5 is '3f?zt.p,,ia2w.1:'f3.'3,T 1'-if? .H 'aff f s' '-fs-ff-sfi1:i?f1'H2. ' - ' LQT1, lf- i ' ' ' ' ,gg ,,,,m.'1 1" - "'lj'f:f ' . 4 , ' ' " ' ,. 'PJ '-Q " f-jbgdpay rQ....,a!?Q :..,,. , -:1,-gig? 4. ' 'Q ' 1 5.5.-Eg ' f. . - 4 ,,.,M, i. . -.2-M A-f ... .... , ,. FIRST ROW: Clay Phillips, Greg Darby, Chuck Williamson, John McClelland, Frank Abbott, Geof Hutton, Jeff Brady, Kevin Morton, Hayward Rigano, Joel McKnight, Jody Smitherman, SECOND ROW: Lt. Doug Tomlinson, Chris Jones, Leslie Keng, Bobbie Lett, John Thomas, Pat Garret, Richard Batchek, Larry 316 Corps of Cadets Anthis, Jay Sauer, Phil Meacham, Marty Holmes, John White. THIRD ROW: Dennis Heinz, Stuart Dunn, Mike Fulkerson, Scott Hudman, Paul Fuschich, Jose Salinas, Mike Hahn, Paul Williams, David DuFour, Rob Williams. FOURTH ROW: Todd Smith, David Toups, James Sumpter, Charles Des Bordes, Grant Neeley, Lazaro lzaguirre, James Christensen, Alexander Berwick, Jay Kregal, Von Pigg, John Hall, Clifford Wilson, Andrew Varner, William Steele, Anthony Raphael, Charles Magner. Company P-2 BELOW RIGHT: Guidon Bearer - Jerry Mason, First Sergeant - Thomas Elkins, Executive Officer - Neal David, Commanding Officer - Mark Hall, Lt. Andrew Segovia. qu- .J ,2 ,l a Fw v :,vJ,,v5,.'lN- "'s -. r"QiliN""': ,K - 1. R h "Q" : .-.11...-..-.l-11- SSN FIRST ROW: Thomas Cicherski, Sam Humphries, Rob Gaudsmith, Alan Nietlisbach, Neal David, Read Williams, Mark Hall, Jeff Cunningham, Jeff Wesner, Shawn McCurry, Thomas Buford, Greg Patterson, Lt, Andrew Segovia. SECOND ROW: Thomas Elkins, Jim Perkins, Peter Teliha, Tim Cahill, Tim Tinner, Mike Barrett, Chris Patton, Kenny Kniskern, Rick Stokvis, THIRD ROW: Jerry Mason, Robert Hefner, Richard Rabel, Rick Thompson, Mike Harper, Scott Garay, David Preston, Mike Miller, Scott Fosdal, Tim Maxwell, Richard Schoeneberg, Glenn Bautista. FOURTH ROW: Mark Culver, Landers Williams, Carlos Trevino, Steve Buckeridge, Steve Hodge, Jim Beaumont, Mark Pollock. Mark Foreman, Rob Carter, Matthew Case, Andy Rentz, Steve Budewig, Steve Danesi. Rob Childress. Charlie Lynx, Bill Kotlan. Corps of Cadets 311 .4 il X x v Sixth Battalion Staff ii! sv ' 1 - ,f ...., Tommy Matkjn Dan C1-ickg FRONT ROW: Murray Jones, Dan Cricks, Tommy Matkin, Jim Truesdell. SECOND ROW: Anthony Scott, Frank Commanding Officer Executive Officer W0SUTl0l'0liUd, Tim Bale, Mike Ffanlalf- Q 1 Jim Truesdell Scholastics Officer Murray Jones Adjutant L Mike Franzak Anthony Scott Tim Baze Frank Westmoreland Sergeant Major Operations Sergeant Supply Sergeant Scholastics Sergeant 318 Corps of Cadets ? Guidon Bearer Executive Officer Mascot Corporal Gerhard Guenther First Sergeant Hans Meinardus Eddie Garcia Commanding Officer Darryl Jamail Doug Beall Reveille V 1 N 'Perr i Company E-2 . " Q, ,l will ll wal s Z 1 i u i.lYA U Y. - - W1 4.-.Y , l.- iw FIRST ROW: Mike Roth, Larry McGuire, Eddie Garcia, Darryl Jamail, Scott Downs, Bob Atkins, Pete Munoz- dones, Murray Jones. SECOND ROW: Hans Meinar- dus, Bryan Tokarcyzk, Scott Hoelscher, Art Deller, John Fetner, Monte Mechler. THIRD ROW: Gerhard Guenther, Artie Carr, Steve Starboard, Chip Saegert. Jack Walker, Bill Ketcham, Eddie Klein, Paul Ford, Mark Muse, Doug Beall, Revielle V, FOURTH ROW: Darrell Ruby. John Arnold. Richard Holcomb. James Counts, Stephen Snear, Brian Godwin. Alexis Mabry. Taborri Bruhl, Eric Rauscher, Patrick Sartor. Mark Mur- dock, Charles Bell, James Barr, David Gonzalez. Corps of Cadets 319 .. .- A - I dilhr G Q r 71. Q y V ggfgrfe' Q YQ 1, ,f W. E'- - '01 " amwtfxek M I A-,, ,. ,,., W. ,, ,.,,.,.,.Wh,.,.r-,,f,.4l . 1, .qw ww Y"""' 11 ,W -4 Company G-2 ILEFTJ Guidon Bearer - Chris Hollas, Executive Officer - Alan Perryman, Commanding Officer - Andrew Voell, First Sergeant - Steve Roepke, Advis- er - Captain Drew Bennett. fRlGHTj 113 44 2,3 - ii AJ 1 iv-r I: I v - a '1 .. ,reg M'-. is-r,-, ,,, sw- V- 9? ., -. .,,... .., - - ,l - , ' ,kfgv,.', f ,.,--qfrai,-.-3:-.w4f,,. -. e ig. 'fn 1 . . ,,,fg,,7yw,,-sf - .r -M 1 4 D fr", . .,-,-1 -V " ' : : '-1 H QQ Q-' 'Y w- -ff.-.-f , af. ' ' FIRST ROW:g David Pierce, Dan Cricks, Tom Matkin, Alan Perryman, Andrew Voell, Pat Hogan, Mark McLaughlin, Russell Garrett, Vince Saporito, Captain Drew Bennett, SECOND ROW: Steve Roepke, Brian Lax, Dale Knapp, Mark Nelon, Oscar Ochoa, Todd 320 Corps of Cadets Mayfield, Greg Buck, Anthony Scott, Frank Westmoreland, Glen Campbell, Jim Marnock, THIRD ROW: Chris Hollas, Brad Knowlton, James Scamardo, Bobby Spearman, Jeff Semon, Mike Mendoza, Sam Thompson, Dallas Morris, Mark Andress, Brian Hormberg, Jim Belson, Chris Lessman, Mark Metcalf. FOURTH ROW: Matthew Scott, David Morris, Stephen Gassner, Dan Woulfe, David Hodges, Peter Dill, Albert Freeman, Adam Bade, Joseph Bourgeois, John Cavazos, Brad Benesh, Paul Fairfield, Gary Wohn. Company K-2 IRIGHTI Guidon Bearer - David Dommel, Executive Officer - Wade McClean, Commanding Officer - Charles Hall, First Sergeant - Walter Catlett, Adviser - Captain D.A. Bennett. QLEFTJ 'N 4' 5 5? biker ,4 7 -lg Q f, V +3 f il il Y ,l.Lt.i . F I 1 l .,-Q I Tl' 1.! ' Q ....-..li.i1--- .y,.f, ., -., . !?ff-Pe 9? tx ig FIRST ROW: Joel Reyes, Alan Stell, Yori Escalante, Howard Hardegree, Robert Hill, Wade McLean, Charles Hall, Darrell Dudzak, James Truesdell, William Rich, Steve Lord, Capt. D.W. Bennett. SECOND ROW: Walter Catlett, Robert Dennis, David Basler, Ross Alexander, Jeffrey Davis, Chad Burke, David Jones, Kurt Seiter, David Williams. THIRD ROW: David Dommel, Gilberto Medina, Curtis Douglas, Dale Daniel. Norlyn Tipton, Dennis Hassman, Chadwick Wirz, Aaron Kiker, David Hertberg, Steven Early, Joel Baldwin, Rene Silvas. FOURTH ROW: James Allen. Daniel Pradel, Jay Tabb, Benjamin McGraw, Kevin Cantrell. Mark Pelton, David Propst. Murray Fink, Oscar Hinojosa, Lee Alexander. David Eskelund, Arthur Strom, Juan Bassombrio, Stephen McDonald, James Clark. Corps of Cadets 321 . An.- y Y ?-X Q I ' Company S-2 BELOW LEFT: First Sergeant - Robert Lowrance, Guidon Bearer - Mi- chael Blakeney, Executive Officer - Christopher Fedun, Commanding Officer - Charles Rock. MARAUDERS S2 ,lTa fx 2 4 J ssxsxxsxxsxxxxxsx ,. ,,-', 1, , ,f .- ,HY ' ' .4 - . . ' -V.. ' i : . . ,X , .Y-. FIRST ROW: Greggory Slone, Colin Craig, Robert Crowe, Jeffrey Boutwell, Christopher Fedun, Charles Rock, Stuart Lewis, James Hensell, Edward Campos, Lt. Mike Purcell. SECOND ROW: Robert Lowrance, Troy Ireland, David Srnka, Edmond Weisbrod, James Reed, Timothy Bale, Brian Rosamond, Thad Hogan, 322 Corps of Cadets THIRD ROW: Michael Blakeney, Christopher Rollins, Kip Zacharias, Thomas Bacus, Joseph Dinkins, Todd Lennon, Christopher McAndrew, Gene Wollman, John Olson, Gerhard Orechsler, Patrick Mayo, David Rogers. FOURTH ROW: Joseph Garry, Chatt Johnson, Joe Will Ross, John Seigle, Robert Miller, Mario Cooper, Shayne Sharman, Brian Theut, Joel Drummond, John Lovett, John Roberts, Anthony Church, Todd Bisang, Mark Lackey, Roy Parsons, Kevin Farrell, Todd Farquharson, Kirk Robinson. h Q' rim- l '17.1 v-r-1 ii IYI' I ,'lU'Y IT11flY IV' pqywunugu- The Wmg ' 3 'vv-swf! ' -'v--r-ru' 'SVUY'.x:r.' FTE., Y -L. ' " 11- 5 1 "'Y-" r""" T' ilfii! r'w'-f wil -.lf -6. If I1 'lfl 'T1"""Z 71' l"1 ""'?'lI3l'?KlllK!"N' TPR' Y' ""' ' 1 'Lflfw 1.171 f"'7' ""Y" '?""l1!" 'QYJT "TKT" --vw "" 'Y "3-KEY-9 1 k""F!s .1 if '-L -.- 47 r T" 1733 YT' "TlT1?' V1 f'lr"' ""'lY'w.'Y" 'Yu W ' ""5C" -.Quran-:vnu cava wwf an-v-11 4 qw-pw T 1'P'l1!" -11 D11 .MH ,.,- "'l'!"2i 'ff I l -1-1-g-p. ve " 1 www- 1 1u- '1 1"-.1',, . W, W, ' "milf',"wa?33il1f:M, -.W Mg, i"f,3:g,M2I41'5l'Miw 5,0 wg I "'W.',w- 4. .wifi H h ,'wv'a'hH4f:,'f?,fg ' mi. il 1 - ,Jw ' " .fu ,. pl- 4,1 - .1 '? 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SECOND ROW: Bill Mallary, Chris Phillips Brian Braswell, Franklin Byrd. Brian Temple Scholastics Officer Trey Yarbrough Inspector General Brian Braswell Bill Mallary Franklin Byrd Chris Phillips Sergeant Major Scholastics Sergeant Supply Sergeant Operations Sergeant 326 Corps of Cadets First Group Staff 3.149 ...as- f - r.. ,M-..,-- T ,.-,,,,w "' -X ft . .- s.-. ....,,.- V i " X ,, .,..,aw..--- 2 ' N-Q, l K ' I 'V 1 'Aff . FRONT ROW: Chad Elms, Randy Smith, Joe Langford. SECOND ROW: Ed Gumucio, John Korry, Michael Brunner, Douglas Baird. Randy Smith Commanding Officer John Korry Sergeant Major Joe Langford Chad Elms Executive Officer Scholastics Officer Michael Brunner Operations Sergeant Ed Gumucio Supply Sergeant Douglas Baird Scholastics Sergeant Corps of Cadets 327 , ,O oo- l Qsgnin' 042, SECOND T0 NUNE Squadron 1 BELOW: Guidon Bearer - Mike Lyssy, Executive Officer - Cliff Bland, Commanding Officer - Raley Marek, First Sergeant -- Greg Mendenhall, 5 f. -' 'de , 1 -.., Q-,, , L b f-f if i'i' N '- : 7- ' x Lfliwf 1, C- .- FlRST ROW: Bill Blake, Humberto Padilla, Cliff Bland, Raley Marek, Dave Tribo, Curt Van De Walle, George Cardenas. SECOND ROW: Greg Mendenhall, Jose Castro, David Lewis, Troy Deltart, Bryan Todd, Mike Thomas, Mike Miller, Brian Watson, Duane Looka, 328 Corps of Cadets Brian Neumann, Dean Neeley, David Johnson. THIRD ROW: Mike Lyssy, Jeff Gardner, Patrick Brown, Sudjit Hemsorach, Stacey Grindstafl, Jonathan George, Everton Cope, Kevin Buchanon, Craig Williams, Dale Adams, Greg Tribo, Julio Garcia. FOURTH ROW: William Jardell, Vijay Mishra, Kevin Jimmerson, Charley Camplen, Jaswant Sihra, Joseph Altebaumer, Adrian Edmunson, Frank McKay, Robert Nelson, David Goldberg. , Q.-. 3 BELOW: Guidon Bearer - Jarrel Pruitt, Executive Officer - Gregory Dowell, Commanding Officer - Thomas Manley, First Sergeant - Keith McBride. 6.4 easy conf. Q :asv oo. X Squadron 2 l ,l ill! jl '-' v N. . . , M ' It 1. 'F Y-r -1 J"-P' 5 n,.4. .fu!wQ!K'F""' 1 ---ff st ., '..:-: ., ' ,, -.f. . . . " . -4'fff.'7-".'?'N'l21"+'7Qs.'i .- ff' " '." TQ 37 ' A ' be z'..-.s.?'lQ-:-'1i1a.'.1te 4'-'.-F.--, B.. -11214. .1 '. af' :A , ' 'mu-5 S" , ,-f"- ,....R:,:a.'L'2zm... -'.i..eg-:e:....-'-..izl..'Qm FIRST ROW: Steven Kim, Todd Swezey, Christopher Griffin, Gregory Dowell, Thomas Manley, Dave Dobson, Joseph Langford, Kenneth Young, Cpt, William T. Fults. SECOND ROW: Keith McBride, Greg Keith, Mason Cornes, Dean Dobson, Bryan Holubec, Victor Uher, B. Franklin Byrd, Michael Brunner, W. Douglas Baird. THIRD ROW: Jarrell Pruitt, Neil Anderson, Mark Roosma, James Hey, J. Chris Hunter, Darren Richardson, J. Michael Jumper, Steven Thomson. William Trippe, Craig Petty, Stuart Dombrowsky. David Gowen, Brendon Yates, Ben Schepps, Anthony Yukovics, Scott Reid, Lawrence Groce. FOURTH ROW: Patrick Youngson, James McCormick, Michael McBride, Charles Hogan, Robert Babb, Randy Fletcher, Mark Zimmerhanzel, Matt de Blonk, Jeff Cook, Keith Wilson. John Chenoweth. Richard Breese. Karl Trippe. Ramond Peacoe, Steven Garcia. Corps of Cadets 329 7 Xl -Iai- Squadron 3 Guidon Bearer - Chris Doan, Commanding Officer - Arcadio Alaniz, Execu- tive Officer - Joe Hyde, First Sergeant - Doug Beyer. y , - D, , U 3 F - ' , fw- FIRST ROW: John Higgins, Scott Runyan, Jose Saenz, Scott Sandlin, Joe Hyde, Arcadio Alaniz, Steven Chesley, Randy Smith, Kurt Hartenbach, Terry Kossum. SECOND ROW: Douglas Beyer, Jim Harris, Eduardo Gumucio, Kevin Kittrell, William Mallary, Oscar 330 Corps of Cadets Villarreal, Todd Crosslin, Brett Sharp, Glenn Armstrong. THIRD ROW: Chris Doan, Kyle Hammer, Daniel Hernandez, Michael Williams, William Heaton, Robert Rogers, Ronnie Montgomery, William Ferro, Douglas Moore, Fred Gruman, Sitthisak, Saingern, FOURTH ROW: Keith Sanders, Marlin Carter, Gregory Fuller. William Beardshall, Scott McCabe, John Heye, Johnny Moritz, Mark Delashaw. Squadron 4 .Z BELOW: Guidon Bearer - Adalberto Garza, Executive Officer -- Eric Ty- burec, Commanding Officer - Gary White, First Sergeant - John Wrockloff. Jar! tryna' A9 'Lu 'rzzxas Aarvr ag, ,, ,B ,i ' . fi 'th . . V an it I Y I 'Q' r-bk 'P 1 ,f' ',L'?f?.:: ' - sk A, :5 T . wr f . ,li 'bi I V 'li 5 -Pj' iunr -- 1- My-M 2 Mi , 1- ,r ,.'uF E' TP T" Y 5...-.......,.Y - . Y , Q , '93 FIRST ROW: Tom Frierson, Mark Patterson, Eric Tyburec, Gary White, Chad Elms, James A. Chick, Keith Romel. SECOND ROW: John Wrockloff, Roy Martin, James McNeill, Kenneth Telschow, Brian Umphress, John Korry, Dominick Calabrese. THIRD ROW: Hayes. Jeffrey Reeves. Miguel Flores. FOURTH ROW: Adalberto Garza, Todd Daggett, David Tucker, Jeffrey Sung Yi. David Higginson, Patrick Houghton. Richard Synk, Kyle Miller, Dewey McCravy lll, Michael McCoy, Klekar, Vincent Coreil, Douglass Smith. David Allen, George Szymeczek II, Lawrence Husmann, Joseph John Allgair. Pete Shapiro. Jose Sosa. Corps of Cadets 331 Second Group Sta U51 M1149 Ef-ffergon FIRST ROW Ernesto Martrnez Ed Madden Mlke Etferson Tedd Roberts SECOND ROW Dave Knesek Gerald O Rourke Edward Ed Madden Tedd Roberts Ernesto Martrnez Executrve Otfrcer Scholastlcs OHICQT Inspector General Dave Knesek Edward Garza Ronald Hrll Gerald O Rourke Sergeant Major Scholastlcs Sergeant Operatlons Sergeant Supply Sergeant X Squadron 5 Guidon Bearer - Matt Sellers, First Sergeant - Brison Phillips, Commanding 4 4 Officer - Scott Burke, Executive Officer - Max Simnitt, Flag Bearer - John ' Bean, ,g- ,.-, "' .,iqpdY"-a,.,"fff",.-5. 1 . -' AMMW, l . , 534' . . . .kvg ff-faq-1-6383 ""' ,, WF' V-- rl . ' u-d"" " I" W Au ,.. ,. , fi ,- Y,,.. 3.+-v:ra,9 .- 4, l f.-., l -p ment M52 fix!! N " ,l ...+s,....i..m.gqaamm--+, ,Q - - .. . , , , . , , . .., . , .. - , , W ,..:. .N " g ---,. ,, . V ,-- .. f -' of N-'v -: :- ,:. W- -i .,.-' . X. .-. ': - -PTY 'f:,b: DFP 1' """'! 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' ' P yu Q ' ' ' 'Usu- FIRST ROW: Ernesto Martinez, Joseph Berte, Christopher Cordts, Timothy Johnson, Max Simnitt, Scott Burke, Robert Aldrich, Steven Kapellar, John Hatch, Philip Lee. SECOND ROW: Brison Phillips, Louis Lomba, James Moore, Warren Reed, Mike Light, Scott Howse, Timothy Kozelsky. THIRD ROW: Matthew Sellers, Rena Enriquez, Joseph Pellegrino, J.B, Smith, Christopher Eichorst, William Slaughter, William McCoy, Lee Webster, Sean Rooney, Paul Carrington, Kevin Davidson, John Bean. FOURTH ROW: Thomas Kozelsky, Bradley Apostalo, Paul Bajork, Kirby Fry, Brian Silxey, Brian Krauss, Brett Smith, Darren Segura, Brett Lucas, Chad Prior. Corps of Cadets 333 , rw-v-ffqwfv-is E I Squadron 6 f 5 BELOW Gurdon Bearer - Derek Cossey, Commanding Officer - Scott Kingsley Executive Officer - Mike Efferson, First Sergeant - Chuck Sphect. SAYAB E P , ,.,..f.-v I P :wrist 'ff A C r, I ir I, v, ,7 A z "Typ-.Ac , ,., t, ' 1' ,- , Q , ' aailffffh '?Wi"'W'A . , aa. WJ Lp., FIRST ROW: Scott Killough, Craig Crismon, Steve Solka, Roger McCrary, Burl Hagler, Mike Efferson, Matt Stevens, Scott Kingsley, Ken Doherty, Trey Yarbrough, Ed Madden, Greg Royal, Joe Janssens. SECOND ROW: Chuck Specht, Mike Dartley, Kirby Garrett, Brad 334 Corps of Cadets Hill, Ed Garza, Gerald O'Rourke, Chris Phillips, Chris Vines, Dave Knesek, Charle Foerster. THIRD ROW: Derek Cossey, Brian Roan, George Flores, Marc Cwiklik, Kevin Butler, Keith Hite, Mike Guerra, Brian Gill, Gus Arteaga, Ernie Aliseda, Edgar Garcia. FOURTH ROW: Brent Hall, Sean Arnold, George Alderink, Mike Cale, George Bush, Kelly Minear, Jim Van Cleave, Doug Knesek, Robert Vemurg, Joe Yarbrough, Trea Hernandez. Squadron 8 5 BELOW: Guidon Bearer - Tom Brown, Executive Officer - James Beebe, Commanding Officer - Mario Echevarria, First Sergeant - Stephen Toon. 5 i J 181' Q' 'Aoi 113,ff96f 6, X , L! I T E X A S A L f.' N 3 i l u1 l --ak.. .., I ' 2 "' T FIRST ROW: Bryan Rearden, Pre Ball, James Beebe, Mario Echevarria, Bob Plested, John Paul Suplita, Bob Kitowski. SECOND ROW: Stephen Toon, John Byers, Ted Daley, Matt McClesl-rey, Chris Maloney, Ron Hill, Tres Moss, David Jones, Rich Myers. THIRD ROW: Tom Brown, Charlie Youngblood, Bill Worthington. Monty Medley. Garrett Leeson, Chris Yancy. Jeff Hain. FOURTH ROW: Brian Stanford, Chris Woolbright, Derek McCleskey, Andrew O'Neel, Russell Yates. Brian Lux, Peter Fry, David Armstrong, Mark Shipman. Paul Tisch, Bryan Harris. Corps of Cadet 30:1 TI-IE AGGIE TRADITION CONT . . Wet wind and wood makes for a slow-burning stack. campus-wide effort, led by the red pots, began the first week of October with the cut- ting of the wood. The centerpole went up on Halloween day. Thus, the birth of the stack, soon to become the representation of the Aggies' burning desire to beat t.u. - the Bonfire. The building of Bonfire is no simple task. But, "If it was easy, everyone would build one," junior redpot Tim Truitt said. Bonfire was completed less than two months after the first cut of wood. Two months of cutting classes and loss, late nights or all-nighters, blistered hands and aching shoulders resulted in the massive structure. The Wednesday before the Thanksgiving game, students, alumni and visitors gathered to watch it burn and fire up the Aggies to beat the hell outta t. u. . Although the week-long drizzle had muddied the site, it didn't dampen the Twelfth Man's spirit. Blue-jeans, boots and tennis shoes quickly became caked as stu- dents sloshed around the mud to get a better view of the activities. "It was so muddy I couldnlt stand it," said senior Sherry Meyer. Some students even wore rubber wad- ing boots to get to the inner circle of the crowd. "I figured as a senior I was smart enough to know how muddy it would be, and I wore my rubber boots," said senior Drew DeI'laes. Many students were disappointed at the Bonfire because wet wood and wind refused to allow the stack to light. Many students even jokingly called it "nonfire." The fire did, however, burn for five hours and, in fact, burned passed midnight luntil 2 a.m.l, which is traditionally an omen of an Aggie victory the next day. By Lisa Kastensmidt 30 Life f V 1 I g il Guidon Bearer - Mark Fox Commanding Officer - Jay Gurry, Executive 5 Aqqi Officer - Daryl Morrison First Sergeant - Keith Boone. l 'X f IYX 1 64'-on Nl Squadron 9 1 . , f nl il Qany-ff I -7-qs ,Q I .rg r - , 1 sg- - J 'Q :div-h-r ' ' ' 1- b. . ,f I-1. J . , ,, "H", :.- ,. 1 . 2' M" iv. S V , 'Q m.5.l,.-.,,,T,,,. , "ir 1-r,,,,,m,.,.,.,.,,f.,,..,3!,,,.,,.. , A ' . .- , - , , . , - 1' A Q H' -- f f 14' ,311 -. ' F. rf ,. 1 A - M15 . f , 'uv' - ' . X .' , - '- 1, f:7"'k-i1"f.'f-' '.3"74f.iQ " 2 4 :ff .V Q. ' 1' 4. ' F 1 - . -. . A ' 1"'tr-'E'-f. 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Russell Fellerg Commanding Officer Doug Cobb Kelly Lindig Executive Officer Inspector General J" ' .- A, - ..- . L - , , ' . , u sf- . 4 Bob Eubanks Scholastics Officer 145 1- ff' - Qld I F Miles Forrester Paul Howell Tom Ruff Kit Alsop Sergeant Major Operations Sergeant Supply Sergeant Scholastics Sergeant Corps of Cadets 337 Squadron 10 BELOW: Guidon Bearer - Niall Shuman, Executive Officer - Bradley Winn, Commanding Officer - C. Dawson Bremer, First Sergeant - Paul F. Heye Jr,, Adviser - Major Alan Gibbs. .P'5 AGC! -5 .E -1" ' r 5 T3 it V ff Q flllffi IQ, 5-QCFYZTN-a 1 .- 1- 14 1. ...."' lVl'f- I-1- - " V 4'v-'-' -I l, la ' fi : ' n . 52 fb Q 9 ,H L ' I - A -f-'af-'vvftw - - .- gym- w:,,--f:.wg:--, -- ., 'f-Z, . .w ' ' .4 ' X . V , .- 1 , .yi ,- ' .-M-.. v.1'- 1' - ' ' A..- . , ,. av .-U ,A 1..,Vg,-, , .f,..:,- . . A , I V - Mg- - f - jf, ,,1,.s-1,-T.- . V 4-.-, . 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Q: 1.'xA1,-'V'-gg-V '1-fe,-f 4- -fll'-I2-'s A .e"i11f. 27. -'-s,- x ' 'fl-'fig-f.V'22 .aw TL '-'-Q: - -- .' .mhqyfq-:Vx 1+ . 1 Jar , .. . . V 1 . ' , A 4- A . . .mf-.a....L' - 'V'.-area.,-14.1 ' -sz:-,.:u11-1n.Mfl3s,ea s FIRST ROW: Jon Oswalt, Laurance Alvarado, Gordon Wood, Kevin Watts, Tony Zaccagmno, Bradley Winn, C. Dawson Bremer, David Holy, Roberto Quan, Paul Elgin, Chris Holmans, Billy Cassel, Major Alan Gibbs. SECOND ROW: Paul F. Heye Jr., Brad McCaIeb, John 338 Corps of Cadets McCarter, Rick Myers, Alex Felhaber, Slater Sauer, Philip Klement, Joseph Grzelakowski, Richard Lonquist, Derek Wong. THIRD ROW: Nial Shuman, Jesse Martinez, Collin Thompson, Larry Dean, Stephen Barnett, Greg Russell, Russel Barnes, Mahesh Chandiramani, James Steward, Tom Skrocki, Russel Pulliam. FOURTH ROW: Mario Smith, Ripley Woodard, Randal Lunsford, Alan Schmidt, Roger Veteto, John Stegall, Glenn Carson, Chad Wall, Peter Collins, James Maldonado. Squadron 11 Guidon Bearer - Pete Pearce, Executive Officer - Tom Spellman, Com- manding Officer - Charles Dennis, First Sergeant - Todd Eagle. .2 .1 I ,- 6 f K i N X ' f - ' ' 5 3 . il wi' -' ,f' 3 f-yi" 1 I , , r 2 3 5 7 5 lu - .iv 1 - :ucv .. g 1 99 9 'v FIRST ROW: Tawee Promar, Brennon Meyer, Jamie Thompson, Robert Bondy, Doug Cobb, Tom Spellman, Charles Dennis, Ross Nicholson, Frank Hada, Fernando Gonzalez, Chris Paoletti, Major Alan Gibbs. SECOND ROW: Todd Eagle, Paul Howell, Robert Green, Mike Marks, Vince Buchta, Paul Khuri, Clay Lagrone, Clay Pennington, Edwin Lacaden, Miguel Regaldo. THIRD ROW: Pete Pearce, Brian Levin, Mike Waters, John Bond, Keith Wall, Dwayne Runyan, Russell Clark, Rich Hale, Randy Newcomer, Glenn Rupert, Hardy Brown, Dave Lunsford, Mark Cunningham, Loren Shellaberger, New Mike Spencer, Joe Mecurio. FOURTH ROW: John Boyle, David Worley, James Williams, David Clark, Darren Kring, William Peterson, John Johnson, Sherif Faras, Scot Martinolich, Rob Gilchrest, Carl Sepulveda. Dan Bailey, Chris Campbell, Corps of Cadets 339 - ,- .. :sr , l Temple. Thuunn xv! 5, '17 Squadron 12 BELOW: Guidon Bearer - Douglas Webb, Executive Officer - Gregory Bailey, Commanding Officer - James McDaniel, First Sergeant - Clarence 1' f ,, 1 ' s ldv ' V ,ev J , Y 5 -I 1 - - , - . ,.,L..:,., ,- . ...,i . , . 1 JI' s.--n-nn,r- 15? FIRST ROW: Richard Gentry, Rodney Saenz, Patrick Martinez, Kelly Lindig, Howard Singleton, Steve Payne, Gregory Bailey, Jamies Craig McDaniel, Jeffrey Westmoreland, Robert Brian Temple, John Johnson, Justin Powers, Gordon Summitt, Rey-Simeon Sarmiento. SECOND ROW: Clarence Temple, Paul 340 Corps of Cadets Blanda, James Hart, William Pope, Gary Marlow, Thomas Ruff, Nathan Watson, William McManus, Miles Forrester, Ernest Alsop, Curt Locke, Larry Barrows. THIRD ROW: Douglas Webb, Walter Harry, Mark Lowe, Gregory Tate, Rodney Arnold, Kevin Russell, Federico, Felhaber, Kelvin Deupree, Neil Campbell, Martin Glynn, Michael Chesser, Edward Silverman, Salvador Galindo. FOURTH ROW: Steve Serur, Clarence Gilmore, Scott Armstrong, Tracy Estridge, Mark Powell, Richard Gregory, Sean Mullen, Lynn Anderson, Daniel Salinas, Chien-Hung Wei. Squadron 13 BELOW RIGHT: Guidon Bearer - Donald Blasingame, First Sergeant - Scott Nelson, Executive Officer - John Nyberg, Commanding Officer - Wallace Jones, Flag Bearer - Russel Clingman. QLEFTI QZQHNDER W1 ,N 'l 5 I . I 4 AF-. 9- -mwmlwv-H 1,--.-w--w TY 1 tl as 45, 9 -x 5 .s g I FIRST ROW: Dennis Cloud, Pat Walker, John Nyberg, Wallace Jones, Johnny Wells, Jim Goode, Chuck Saxe. SECOND ROW: Scott Nelson, Sam Ortega, Ken Re- gan, Doug White, Charles Bruce, John Hogg, Andrew Howells, Greg Schmid, Gary Patterson, Arthur Ortiz, THIRD ROW: Donald Blasingame. Jimmy Sheldon, Roger Wilson, Tom Davis, Alan Talbert, David Blasin- game, David McSwain, Chris Neel, Paul Pirkle, Tom Tulipani, Russell Clingman. FOURTH ROW: Scott Seay. Billy Rabon, Jim Lunsford. John Vitacca. Mark Tate, Mike Frederick, Nathan Moore, Darren Hester, Jeff Mentzer, Ben Smith. Corps of Cadets 341 ....., Fourth Group Staff QEZZQW fl F llmll FIRST ROW Pat Walker Keith Mikeska Dennis Cloud Anthony Rodriguez SECOND ROW: Michael Addison, Kyle Martin, i Pat Walker Operations Officer z" Mike Martin Michael Addison John Cisar Kyle Martin Sergeant Major Scholastics Sergeant Supply Sergeant Operations Sergeant 1,1 D gs Squadron 14 ef BELOW: Guidon Bearer - Carla Everett, Executive Officer Melinda Howell, Commanding Officer - Susan Geisler, First Sergeant Nancy Hedgecock. ' s " .L .4 w Li L FIRST ROW: Nancy Hedgecock, Melinda Howell, Susan Giesler, Katherine Roth, Inez Sookma. SECOND ROW: Carla Everett, Mariela Barreto, Helen Wortham, Melanie Weiner, Jennifer Edwards, Sandra Halliday, ,,,.-o-r BELOW: Guidon Bearer - Stephen Rohrbough, Commanding Officer - Charlie Mohr, Executive Officer - Anthony Fazzino, First Sergeant - Duane Thompson. ,nattutir 15 ' x I Jah '-X L, . f- 4 , - - ai... 1 ,aa ' ' E- ,..h,7-.,., X if ' "TA ' L if Y f .- , ,- A,- ,,,,Q' 5... -, I , ., A- .1 VM l P I, ,.3 , , q V, . .,,m:,,Tg,E,:::1, . -- 4, rf ,I ' -,.,t It -1. 4,5 f v ff , ,, A. , . , A r . .1-4, . ,, ew-noun,-,Jr-igj1wo.C1,f:-te. ,- :'V3':f-..i1.r-iF - FIRST ROW: Greg Cordray, Gilbert Lozano, Anthony Michael Dagerath,Todd Kassaw, Les Campbell. THIRD Little, Keith Van Boskirk. FOURTH ROW: Greg Fazzino, Charlie Mohr, Scott Reagan, Mike Callaway, ROW: Stephen Rohrbough, Michael Johnson, Daniel Fazzino, John Garcia, Stephen Hagens, Howard Carlin. T.J, Hill. SECOND ROW: Duane Thompson, Som Pong Penaloza, James Lyon, David Sanchez, David Stone, Roy Mynier, Pete Guerra, Javier Barrientos, Jim Jones, Pokasem, Clay Douglass, Brian Braswell, Mike Martin, Chris Spotser, Bill Humphries, Steve Twining, Craig Richard Werner, Eugene Nemeth, Jim Blaylock, John Rentz, Scott Vernon, John Cisar, 344 Corps of Cadets Squadron 16 Q, N Guidon Bearer - Pat Thommason, Commanding Officer - Jim Cash, Execu' tive Officer - Enoch Wong, First Sergeant - Chad Hinkle, Flag Bearer - Rick Chambers. I UCCDX 2 4: :W 'Eta' il YT I 4 -elm-3 1,-1'1" Y 'T T151 ' ffA'ffl,7 ,Ng - FIRST ROW: Matthew Leonard, Andrew Thomson, Jett Tominger, Ladd Smith, Jim Kormanik, Scott Stockburger, Jerry Weathers, Enoch Wong, Jim Cash, Jack Templin, Jim Collins, Gary Toppert, Keith Mikeska, David Smithhart, Chris Wagner, Earl Browning, Tony Rodriguez. SECOND ROW: Chad Hinkle, Suchat Pivsa, Mike Youngson, Stan Blazejewski, Kenny Woodul, Marty Wilson, Scott Marlow, Stuart Rominger, Greg Sanders, Mickey Addison, Joel Toland, Mark Clark. THIRD ROW: Pat Thommason, Kevin Kniskern, Robert East, Tommy Walker, Darren Allen, Robert Canaan, Noel Salac, Trace Weston, Scott Creely, John Heye, Anthony White, Scott Herbold, Mark Runyan, Tim Lyon, Keith Kiser, Rick Chambers. FOURTH ROW: Jim Fazio, Danny Lengyel, Kevin-Sean McGann. Noel Bradford. Clay Corbitt, Jeff Skrocki, Mark Connel, Matthew Marcontel, Mike McMillin, Charlie Clinton, Kevin Armstrong. Wade Purvis. Allen Berry. Sean White. Corps of Cadets 345 Q i 1 x 1 1 E if 9 U i i, ff fT f 1 4 2 7 Styli ? Squadron 17 First Sergeant - John Dickson, Commanding Officer -- Jim AuBuchon, Executive Officer - Jim Muccio, Guidon Bearer - Roy David. , Y-Un. ei . l . lx L r 1 ' , f . f.f, w , -, 4 'aft . f-'- -4.- i I . . i , V. , V-wrf,:'k" 'ffffilgfvs v.:-.' r rv ' E ,-ffl-.ci .'.e,'1,E ,Aww ,Ki r Q Q ,r-fi-Q ,..i,1xL,: tai ff" 'z - 'if-AF.,ry:J1.Y.'Q'5".u':is.4..,.'U,f.1,ME.,t Jw-- of- itQ,-q FIRST ROW: Carlos Resendez, Howard Jenison, Earl Seitz, Sheldon Sanders, James Ridgway, Tom Miessler, Tim Green, Dave House, Frank Janik, Clinton Connell, Michael Mittag, Peter Schaub, Paul Marvin, Kyle Joachim, Marc Harris, James Epps, Randy Chandler, David Nelson, Robbie Spencer. SECOND ROW: Kevin Laugabaum, Lee Franke, Arnold Quintana, Dale 346 Corps of Cadets Crockett, Garth Morgan, Alan Pare, Andy Gibbs, Monte Osburn, Jeff Flowers, Joe Lowe, David Wildinson, Cliff Cornell, Cody Hurdt. 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V .." .. 'hiv x . fh, pf? 9' if " 1 f ,Q if ff ' 'A Q? A -' 4' J ' ' QA54., fl L' ' ,- - Combined Band Staff er? Tom Hale Craig Sims FIRST ROW: Robert Spencer, Randy Brooks, Craig Sims, Tom Hale, Tim Green Paul Commanding Officer Head Drum Major Albright. SECOND ROW: Mike Snow, Robert Sergesketter, Eric Smith, Dale Crockett Not Pictured: Byron Spencer. Tim Green Executive Officer A 'Q 5? 4 , ' IQ' ,ifii i Paul Albright Robert Spencer Supply Officer Scholastics Officer Randy Brooks Chaplain 350 Corps of Cadets Tv? MD ,IN Mike Snow Eric Smith Robert Sergesketter Sergeant Major Scholastics Sergeant Operations Sergeant l Artillery Band Staff S e ., 57 re- N f " ' 'R N . - 4' 1 T' 1M -V r in M it ll . Af -4 -sn, ' 2? I FIRST ROW: Roy Hitschel, Clint Connell, Russell Hevenor, Paul Marvin, Kyle Joachim. Russell Hevenor Paul Marvin SECOND ROW: Cody Hurdt, Arnold Quintana. Kevin Caraway. Commanding Officer Drum Major c. av.. c-3 'T' Y Clint Connell Roy Hitschel Kyle Joachim Executive Officer Scholastics Officer Supply Officer l ----r 5,-f Cody Hurdt Arnold Quintana Kevin Caraway Sergeant Major Scholastics Sergeant Supply Sergeant Corps of Cadets 351 f First Sergeant - Kevin Laughbaum Commanding Officer - Michael Mittag, Executive Officer - Frank Janik Guidon Bearer - Marbert Moore. A-Battery . , I r Q I fifffr I ' . .1 -,Sc-up WI' 3 Q , ,Q . .Q I' .. ,. .- .,.... , . Mr!-rf, ' 7 V ' 5 ' - ' .w .W - fr, .:.,f.,:-,V+ P V - ,. I V : ., e - 9? ar a 1 C i r if M,,,,,,,.,fi 1 ,1,.,-., X , ,, ,, 4fT"7""?"l"".""P' V L4 '1..,',?a3ya,.,f 'I -. , ' ' 'V' i-9.43. A ., , - 4 -i . n -'Q.,vjfN ' 'f - Aff ,riff . .s 352 Corps of Cadets B-Battery First Sergeant - Mitch Clark, Executive Officer - Sean Peters, Commanding Officer - Tom Belleville, Guidon Bearer - Mark Kreipe. , ,, L-. 5 BAND Q gf Q. ,iff E, .,.--.s , fl 1 FIRST ROW: Alan Jones, Craig Sims, James Newberry, Paul Schott, Glenn Terrell, Tom Hale, Jack Black, Sean Peters, Tom Belleville, David Carter, Steve Hawes, Chuck Gill, Mark Teinert, Roy Arnold, Russ Hevenor, Ken Doidge, Roy Hitschel. SECOND ROW: Mitch Clark, Jim Birt, Bill Neeson, Rich Galbher, Ted Dennis, Robert Belcher, Gordon Greaney, Michael Smith, John Pingenot, Ben Bates, Greg Matthews, Erich Roeder, Jayson Henry, Eric Smith, Ed Smith, Jay Magruder, Kevin Caraway, Captain Lester Pepin. THIRD ROW: Mark Kreipe, Kevin Lunsford. Steve Hall, Joe Martinez, Richard Carroll, Rick Pfeil. Rene Head, Drew Reynolds, Mike Libby, Robert Sawey, Scott Wilmot, Scott Leigh, Doug Willard, Randy Sawers, Doug Rose, Dickey Putz. FOURTH ROW: Tim Graham, Paul Lucas, Lee Ries, Michael Hess, Robert Lively. John Malanga. Mark Johnson, Robert Walters, Curtis Wales. Chris Planeaux. James McNew, David White. Keith Milsapp, Aaron Bussey. Tim Johnson, Corps of Cadets Q33 57 1 ' -dl-' 'll ee, ' 1. N J .A 5 s I! 1 A. A. ' gws' 4 if ,'??' -133 ' Q--1 6' v x ,sg ff ' AR., - ru 1. ': - -,n-:f.- ""wv-,, . -11 , " f" -'xv-'FK' rf A4- 45, ,.,1,. ,, JL,-M.,-, b .N " Aly . . 3, he ' 1 A. I JL lg' aa. .m- f,. if , v,'f a' 'ry 4 ,- . sg. . . 4" .Z 'fy' .M :kip .?"" uf "QW I I-, , ik V ' V X J. , f ff 1 ,pt A fb I 1 P' 2 K 1 Infantry Band Staff 1 F fl CQT9 FIRST ROW: Tim Kerby, Keith Lyons, Louis Meneghetti, Scott McGinnis, Sam Hendricks. Louis Meneghetti SECOND ROW: Muncie Williams, Bobby Albers. Chris Smith. Commanding Officer Q I al. Q, W iv it 'Y' Scott McGinnis Sam Hendricks Tim Kerby Executive Officer Scholastics Officer Supply Officer v 1 if P ,Q 1 Ay K bil , fn- . A X. wr' , Bobby Albers Chris Smith Muncie Williams Sergeant Major Scholastics Sergeant Supply Sergeant Keith Lyons Drum Major Corps of Cadets 355 2 Life ,Af:- Ranger f Cheap Trick Night Ranger made their debut performance at Texas A8zM to standing-room-only crowd in G. Rollie White Colise- um on October 11. The crowd was "ready to rock" with guest band Cheap Trick. Rock was the only style the versa- tile group emulated playing such hits as "She's Tight," "I Want You to Want Me," "Are You Ready To Rock?" and "Surrender" "I especially liked Rick Nielson and his guitars," said concert goer Guy Wiggs, ul thought Cheap Trickls guitar show was impressive." Night Ranger, opening their act with an elaborate light show and special effects, climbed out of an Aladdin's lamp and proceeded to make the audience's wishes come true. Special crowd pleasers were "Sentimental Street," "When You Close Your Eyes," and uRocking America". "Night Ranger performed with such enthusiasm that the whole au- dience got caught up in the act," said freshman Sharon Osbourne after watching the show. They concluded the evening with an encore, performing both "Sister Christian" and "Don't Tell Me You Love Mef' George Strait 'ilt reminded me of Elvis, the way the girls were going crazy over him," described senior Dave Martin after the George Strait concert held on November 14 in G. Rollie White. Before the hottest country heart throb since Elvis made his appearance, The Texas Honky Tonk Band, which fea- tured members from around Austin and San Marcos, includ- ing a member who graduated from A8zlVl, opened the road show for Strait. The warm-up band played several country gold numbers in their own version of country swing. Screams rose from the girls in the crowd as Strait, in his ever present starched Wranglers and flat-brimmed cowboy hat, joined his Ace in the Hole band on the stage. From the howls of several females in the audience, it was evident that Strait had not lost his lady-killer touch. After his last number, Strait signed autographs on such items as boots and even a pair of high top tennis shoes passed toward the stage. Dan Peek Folk singer Dan Peek provided a comfortable mix of Christian music and pop rock to Rudder Auditorium. The Graf brothers opened the evening for Peek, and Peek's per- formance was just over an hour long. Peek, former member of America, sang some of his classics, intermixed with new material. His opening song was 'Ventura Highway." The performance was energetic, but Peek added a more subdued air to the evening by speaking of his reasons for performing Christian music and his personal religious be- liefs. Peek's brother backed him up playing both keyboard and guitar. Together they pleased the audience with catchy tunes, including 'I Need You.' and 'Lonely People' ,.i A-Company BELOW: Guidon Bearer, Keith McKnight, Executive Officer - Edwin Rydell Commanding Officer - Ronald Terrell, First Sergeant - William Cade. ff l ttf if f f lfh 1 'S , 'Wir 1 g V ss-gr-ye 499 1.1 ,Yau F .I .,.--eff! V223-vi " ' --.m , 1 ,- . ., -ar, I 4. . X .. ,Q Y' A.,3. Q' 4. FIRST ROW: Erich Prinz, Don lley, Tim Kerby, David Thompson, Keith McKnight, George Boring, Ronald Ter' rell, Randy Brooks, Edwin Rydell, Sam Hendricks, Kevin Johnson, Paul Albright. Anthony G. Bastidas. SECOND ROW: William Cade, Miguel Lake, Scott Davenport, Freeman Kilpatrick, Michael Snow, John Follis, Montza Williams, Chris Smith, Bret Martinets, Jonathan Burgin. 356 Corps of Cadets THIRD ROW: Todd Greenberg, Charles Collins, Kirk King, Gavin Garcia, Will Hostetler, Kevin La Strapes, Craig Patterson, Paul Lochte, Stan Lewis, Leslie Car- denas, Andy Garza, Wayne Bertrand, Tommy Toles, lrwin Shires, Nathan Halstead, Stanley Kitzman, William Van Wie, Mark Freemyer, Carlos De Los Santos, Tim Taite, John Truscott. FOURTH ROW: Mark Brinkman, Paul Tarwater, Jack Campbell, John Baker, Marc Wal- lace, Matthew Hudson, David Jones, Brian Carpenter, Chad Corbett, Stan Richardson, Leroy Persohn, Neal Schneider, Kyle Rackley, Kevin Kilman, Timothy String' er, Jeffrey Starr, Kevin Peter, Jeff Pehl, Carl Struck, Todd Connelley. -i ,,,,,,,, -,,,g B-Company BELOW: First Sergeant - John Hyatt, Commanding Officer - Rodney Terrell, Executive Officer - Gregory Granger, Guidon Bearer - Thomas Greenwald, fa BAND ...Q--" I ,X il itll ill i ' . eeee e , I ti l llli .img nap f - .,,.. 'l' -x I Lf D. . s..'-"'X FIRST ROW: Joseph Gandara, Scott McGinnis, Louis Meneghetti, Erwin Rydell, Brian Davis, Gregory Granger, Rodney Terrell, Don Fleitman, Thomas Leininger, Lee Scott, Keith Lyons, Patrick Piehl. SECOND ROW: John Hyatt, Robert Sergesketter, Patrick Delamater, Michael Bond, Christian Boyd, Bruce Pugh, Eric Wright, Derek Shaffer, Robert Ablers. THIRD ROW: Thomas Greenwald, John Joyce, Jason Werchan, Christopher Caraway, Raymond Crews. Dwayne Rydell, Perry Barth, Clinton Herbst. FOURTH ROW: Randall Pitts, Patrick Taglavore, Mark Fulton. David Green, Kevin Roberts, Stephen Robertson, LaRoy Hoover, Robert Taylor, Kennett Holthouser. Edward Dextraze, Kent Thomas, Michael Lindig. Michael Kelley. Eric Vickery, William Sears, Walter Foreman, kelly Jackson, Charles Langford. Thomas Garbee, William Pate, Albert Tijerina, Eric Jackson, Zachary Sepesi, Scott Ruprow, Dan Connally, Michael McKnight. Corps of Cadets 357 xvg Ill' ll I I I i If , I Qs' 'H' Q L Q si , fl NME' "' Vw h1ff Q, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 It , 51313 ?23f,,'9?Tff in if If It 1.3 ' Q ' 1, Q: F Q3 'ff' -QQ' CU? fm 1' "? f-Z' ,511 V -I' ,Lg . I i F I I . f a I l T" Q 1 I Q 1 a 4 U 4 BNWT' i M-use , . 'W We ,gd - -Maw' . ' V 4'-1 AR k .Q Qs, Y Q , 1 1' 'I IT' 'lat '- 'f ,vw ' . ""' ' "- ,f-fum: mf .,,'X,Q"n 1 f va, gf:ah fr w f -,H- ' 4.1 w ' V""'T"'.' .-- .'-H4 ,-- . 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W.. li T 'NU +1 1fyef's,f fl if T5 ji 'v T 5 i FIRST ROW: Tommy Matkin, Chip Rock, SECOND ROW: Ken Bartay, Jeff Bracy, Yori Escalante, Kevin Morton, THIRD ROW: Craig Thomas, Greg Mendenhall, Steve Roepke, Mike Barrett, Anthony Scott, Tim Baze, Peter Teliha, FOURTH ROW: Mark Schulze, Slater Sauer, Mike Martin, Chris Jones, Arnie Schrank. FIFTH ROW: Kurt La ljlhl 1,51 ,l 1 1' W5 f X H 'af 0, 1 Stallwitz, Nathan Watson, Bill Mallary, Tom Ruff, John Hyatt, Paul Heye, Keith Boone. SIXTH ROW: Pat Martinez, Garland Wilkinson, Chuck Specht, Darin Dalbom, Greg Buck, Billy Borchardt, Scott Marlow. s it' L . r- l f".?'f'2. , . ' . I. c, ,, 25524252 'I if ' .Elin 11911 Y fffrfr "'y3g,,:u' -..-:'s'pz,i H-e. ,, rio. FIRST ROW: Kevin Whitaker, Charlie Mohr, Phil Waldron, Hai On. SECOND ROW: Dennis Cloud, Herman Hasken, Eric Smith, Cody Hurdt, Dan Keech, Nancy Hedgecock, Scott McLaughlin. THIRD ROW: Keith Mikeska, Brian Braswell, Larry Anthis, Chris Phillips, Patterson, Frank Westmoreland, Tom Elkins, Bret Hall, Keith McBride, Jim Katinas, Brian Temple. FIFTH ROW: Mark Feagins, John Dickerson, Doug Hall, Todd Eagle, Kyle Martin, Leslie Keng, Dawson Bremer. SIXTH ROW: Daryl McClendon, Darryl Jamail. FIRST ROW: Laurance Alvarado, Jim Cash, Robbie Spencer, Tony Rodriguez, John Higgins, Chris Griffin. SECOND ROW: Douglas Baird, Brison Phillips, Ray Winter, Russell Frankson, Mandy Schubert, Scott Nelson. THIRD ROW: James Daniels, Michael Brunner, Mark Curtis, Jim Craig, Kevin Laughbom, George Knox. FOURTH ROW: Franklin Byrd, Rob Dennis, Hans Meinardus, Gary Demars. FIFTH ROW: Greg Keith, Dave Knesek, Amir Friedman, Troy Ireland, John Korry. SIXTH ROW: Miles Forrester, Jim Cunningham, Phil Meacham. Kevin Whitaker Chris Griffin Commanding Officer Executive Officer Laurance Alvarado Hai On Administrative Officer Operations Officer Chip Rock 1st Platoon C.O. my . Ken Bartay First Sergeant Ross Volunteer Company :ar R ai' ' aa," t7'r!:,f., , I f Q 4.. , K Q 1 i . . Phil Waldron John Higgins 2nd Platoon C.O. 3rd Platoon C.O. The Ross Volunteer Company is composed of junior and senior cadets who have demon- strated outstanding qualities of leadership, military bearing and dedication to both the Corps of Cadets and to the University. The purpose of the Ross Volunteers is to provide an example within the Corps and to officially represent Texas A8rM. As the official Honor Guard for the governor of Texas, the Ross Volunteers also represent the state of Texas throughout the nation. This honor company is also responsible for the twentyaone gun sa- lute at Silver Taps and Aggie Muster. The namesake from which the Ross Volun- teers was founded is Lawrence Sullivan Ross, who epifomizes a soldier, statesman and a knightly gentleman. Each and every Ross Volunteer strives to uphold this title. 4' X i sg 1 "2 U r y x i T U Q X X ,N V .tl ll EIL!! ll l Corps of Cadets 361 Fish Drill Team .7.',-, X ,. 122-"'5 V 1. ,Q 14.1-s-ff.aE' The general purpose of the Fish Drill Team is to give the fish in the Corps an organization to which they can exclusively belong and take part in. lt is for fish who want something more out of the Corps and who want to earn something that is based on their merits and hard work. The objective of the advisor staff is to make the Fish Drill Team the best drill team unit possible and have the team win the Texas state championship. Some of the activities that the Fish Drill Team takes part in are: a short performance at the last home football game, drill competitions at Texas A8cM, the University of Texas, and Mardi Gras, and a Parents' Day performance on Kyle Field. 362 Corps of Cadets Drill Team Advisors DRILL QXe 644' iq X 'es w, 'Qbfwikx .Q -ms ... 91 l :- 'Q n v 3 L' in HL' 5 unuurfu My gr AMC x. ff' Parsons Tv., 11 ,W . in -n v. 1. ,. A . 4- i,. ,, ,. T? I ,W The Parsons' Mounted Cavalry is the ceremonial mounted unit of the Corps, and is composed of junior and senior cadets who are responsible for the care and upkeep of the horses used by the outfit. A select group of sophomores also assists is the care of the animals. The Cavalry has been a traditional part of Texas A8rM pageantry since the unit was revived in 1972. The unit participants in many events including rodeos around the state, Galveston Mardi Gras and the San Antonio Battle of Flowers. The Cavalry also ,was invit- ed to the presidential inaugural parade which was cancelled due to subzero temperatures - after the Cavalry had already arrived in Washington. The Cavalry is proud of its purpose as stated by its constitution, ". . . to demonstrate pride in the heritage and tradition of Texas A8rM." Mounted Cavalry 364 Corps of Cadets 'in uw-,1- We I I - i . s "-- "' 'f.-. + ...fa . , """' o-Qtr " - is an - qsiffo- . -' '. I . ,-. . - FIRST ROW: Steve Wick, John Suplira, Scott Boon, Marshal Dougherty, Skipper Herrins. John Sumner, Jim Laffey. Curry Campbell, Brian Powell SECOND ROW: Mason Hogan, Kent Hammaker. Mark Havenor. Robert Bers. Paul Simmons, David Hines, John Spencer. Chris Dibrell, Scott Mallory. Rick Valiqura, Mark Streitfeld, Craig Maki, Kerg Maedgen. Corps of Cadets 305 . A if I' -1 1 4 1 ' x Xi ffs as il ,- .ffm ' A .4 JA -N . ' Q, . The RECON Company is made up of Recon Compan V ' '.- 4 . 1 . V, ki' ' vkxf f '-air 'C '11 ft cf 1 V f gig,-im - -fi gi I! 1 1 x' 'P M, JH: . ',,x4+,., FIRST ROW: Jim Cunningham, Jody Smitherman, Tom Marble, Jim Hensell. SECOND ROW: Brad Benish, Tim Maxwell, Kip Zachrias, Maurice Maness, Renee Silvias, Gilbert Medina, Chris Rollins, Brian Lax, Dude Hall, Gary Wohn, Rod Lons, Steve Gassner. r-- g volunteer Navy cadets, and is advised by the Marine Officer lnstructors of the Naval ROTC Unit Staff. The company participates in training adventures such as rappelling, orienteering, canoeing and tactical field exercises. The company officers are senior cadets. Junior cadets serve as non- commissioned officers. 366 Corps of Cadets THIRD ROW: Scott Fosdal, Herb Warren, David Mason, Hyland Kneick, David Hodges, Steve Starboard, David Hertberg, Dale Daniels, Eddie Klein, Brian Hormberg, Sam Alcala, Jeff Semon. FOURTH ROW: Brad Hall, Van Tran, Dallas Morris, Jim Belson, Steve Wascom, Jim Lipe, Emil Fischer, James Counts, Todd Mayfield, Chad Wirz, Brian Murphy, Sam Thompson, Wayne Harrison, lt QV QL, OFFICRS: Jody Smitherman, Tom Marble, Dallas Morris, Jim Cunningham, Jim Hensell. Drum and Bugle Corps ,W D get 'fs L t v, fl iw , Q! -Q, - A 0 9 0 9 if ,ae ,N 0 3 AM FIRST ROW: Mark Johnson, Marc Caldwell, Michael Morton, Chad Corbett, Carl Struck, Aaron Bussey, Kirk Tompkins, Randy Sawers, Raymond Crews, Clint Herpst, Dicky Putz, Andy Stiles, Mark Brinkman, Jeff Pehl, James McNew, David Worley, Scott Rupnous. SECOND ROW: Randy Pitts, Dennis Carth, Paul Lucas, Greg Quintana, Matt Hudson, Perry Barth, Joe T. Martinez, Stanley Kitzman, Walter Foreman, Tommy Toles, Arthur Garciz, Allan Hess, Douglas Willard, .nf Byron Spencer Drum and Bugle Corps Sergeant Edward Dextraze, Jeff Starr, Greg Adams, Paul Tarwater, Carlos De Los Santos, Tim Johnson, Byron Spencer. THIRD ROW: Stacy Schuers, Robert Sawey, Edward Yantis, Mark Fulton, Jim Simon, Stephen Robertson, Wesley Wills, Albert Tijerina, Don Thomson, Mike Libby, Mike McKnight, Stan Richardson, Neal Schneider, Todd Greenberg, John Malanga, David White, Tim Graham, Drew Reynolds, Curtis Wales, Kelly Jackson. FOURTH ROW: David Green, David The Texas A8aM Drum and Bugle Corps is comprised of volunteer freshmen and sopho- more brass and percussion players from the Fightin' Texas Aggie Band. The unit can be seen performing at Corps pass-bys, special military reviews and other special occasions and ceremonies. The members of the Drum and Bugle Corps are each awarded a medal and a ribbon for their participation in the organization. Scott, Jim Owen, Mike Lindig, Jim Simon, Will Nabors, Stan Lewis, David Ward, Dwayne Rydell, Les Cardines, Robert Walters, Andrea Abat, Brian Carpenter, Kyle Rackley, Paul Lochte, Nathan Halstead, Richard Pfeil, Ray Schmidt, Todd Connelley, Kevin Hoover, FIFTH ROW: Pat Taglavore, Michael Kelley, Lee Ries, Ricky Allen, David Koonce, Steve Pless. Alan Noell, Will Hostetler, Robert Redding, Marc Wallace, Kent Thomas. Corps of Cadets 367 -- Corps Honor Society FIRST ROW: Charlie Mohr, Kevin Whitaker, Jamie Frank Westmoreland, Gary Marlow, Robert Thompson, Burl Hagler, Morgan Levy, Raley Marek, Sergesketter, Nancy Hedgecock. THIRD ROW: Mark Matthew Davis, Jett Brady, Kevin Morton. SECOND Andress, Brian Hopkins. Kent Hamaker, Byron ROW: George S. Marlow, John D. Korry, Joe Lessard, 968 Corps of Cadets Vassberg, Eric Smith, Dale R. Crockett, Charles Specht. FOURTH ROW: Chris Mc!-Xndrew, Doug Beau, Michael Spencer, Keith McKnight, David Benadof. The General Ormand R. Simpson Corps Honor Society recognizes those in the Corps of Cadets who combine outstand- ing leadership and academic achievement. It is open to any member of the Corps who has demonstrated this skill and has at least a 3.25 grade point average. The honor society has established a com- puterized quiz file directory for the Corps along with a lounge for informal group and individual study. It also provides a tutorial service for the Corps and various educational seminars. The Blackhats .-f S kj sy at qt! J ' 1 .1 'T 715' Us ' hw ' 1 M, . h ., .1 M. , 1 A -' ' 7 7, FIRST ROW: Alan Moore, Jeff Mayer, Raymond Winter, Billy Dorsey, Gill Springfield, Kevin Simpson, Jack Gex, Steve Solymosy. SECOND ROW: Steve The Blackhat platoon is a highly motivated organization composed of 30 "Recondo" qualified seniors in the Corps of Cadets. To become Recondo qualified, a senior must have successfully completed Army ROTC Advanced Camp at Ft. Riley, Kansas and be proficient in physical fitness, M16A1 riflery, land navigation, tactical application lanes, mountaineering and water skills. Once a month, the Blackhats assist the officers by administering Army physical readiness test to all Army ROTC cadets. Pri- marily, the Blackhats are utilized by teaching all Army ROTC advanced camp bound ca- dets the fundamentals of leadership as well as practical field exercises. Their responsibil- ity for training evolves both in the classroom and at field training sites. The Blackhat motto is: f'Never settle for minimum standards. Always excel above and beyond our call to dutyg and our performance as a future officer of the United States Army shall be no other than OUTSTANDING." ,f' ,f Z Solka, Charlie The Dog, Craig Smith, Tom Hale, Mike Matt Davis, Jane Bergin, Carl White, John Spessard, Mittag, Kyle Joachim, Wade McLean, Pat Hogan, Bob John Newton, Major Gaughan, John McMahon. Hill. THIRD ROW: Randy Vickers, John Wegenhoft, 'fi Guidon Bearer - Billy Dorsey, First Sergeant - Alan Moore, Platoon Commander -- John McMahon, Platoon Sergeant - Randy Vickers, Second Squad Leader - Steve Solka, Third Squad Leader - John Wegenhoft. Corps of Cadets 369 CADET COURT A: Mark Patterson, Doug Cobb, Chris Griffin, Jim Truesdell, Dawson Bremer, Scott Hardigree, Eddie Garcia. CADET COURT B: Craig Thomas, Ken Bortay, Rodney Terrell, Jim Craig, Tim Green, Tom Belleville, Paul Schott, Clint Connell. .r7O Corps of Cadets Cadet Courts Cadet Court is divided into two groups, A and B. Court A consists of members from the Wing and Regiment. Court B members are chosen from the Brigade and Band. These courts review cases of discipline concerning fellow cadets. The facts are stud- ied, and then recommendations of punish- ment are made to the Commandant. To alle- viate any biases, Court A examines cases involving cadets of the Brigade and Band, whereas Court B hears those cases involving the Wing and Regiment. l C l The General Ormand R. Simpson Out- standing Color Guard Award -- Corps Color Guard The President's Award - The President's Flag is awarded to the battalion or group with the highest scholastic standing. First Battal- ion The General Spencer Buchanan Award - A flag and a plaque are presented to the outstanding company in which at least half the members are registered in engineering. Squadron 6 Military Achievement Award - The Bru- no A. l-lochmuth Flag and maroon and white citation cords are awarded to the unit with the best record in the combined areas of marching, inspections, contract cadets, re- tention, replacement and participation in ex- tra-curricular activities. lst - L-2 2nd - G-2 3rd - Squadron 2 'F , . ,, . .x', i" Scholastic Achievement Award - The George Jouine Flag and white and maroon citation cords are presented to the unit with the highest overall academic record for the school year. lst - D-2 2nd - V-1 3rd - K-2 The General George F. Moore Outstand- ing Unit Award - The General Moore Flag and white citation cords are awarded to the unit outstanding in the areas of military profi- ciency, scholastic achievements and extra- curricular activities. lst - K-2 2nd - Squadron 2 3rd - D-2 March to the Brazos, Outstanding Con- tributor -- James Newberry Outstanding Cadet Staff Officer Jay Steven Lord Outstanding Major Unit Commander Jeffrey Jay Johnson, Regiment Outstanding BattfGroup Commander Kenneth W. Skaggs, First Battalion Outstanding Outfit Commander Ronald H. Terrell, A Company Outstanding Sergeant Major Cody B. Hurdt, Artillery Band Outstanding First Sergeant Steve M. Roepke, G-2 Outstanding Sophomore Jennifer Edwards, Squadron 14 Outstanding Freshman Jay R. Kregel, D-1 Best Drilled Sophomore Stephen M. Rorhbough Best Drilled Freshman Jeffrey G. Pehl Bruce Goodrich Memorial Award David A. Lunsford Corps of Cadets 371 Corps Formals TOP LEFT: Ross Volunteer Ball. BOTTOM LEFT: Military Ball. TOP RIGHT: Sea Services Ball, BOTTOM RIGHT: Aggie Band Formal. few 372 Corps of Cadets ' ,ff If M-fi March to the Brazos On April 1, 1977 the old tradition of March to the Brazos was reinstated. ln years past cadets participated in a forced march to the Brazos River to keep them from playing April Fool's pranks on campus. Today, the march is held on the Saturday of the week of April 1. The cadet acquires pledges of money from other students and people for the march. This money is given to the March of Dimes. I'-l 6 'A' 5 5-4,-gf? . . , . , . r .. - X. : ' -' dffffvki -,' A .4""t1 1 .4-I .ii A Q. - 4 ... K . x, . .r - . .uf j " Q - . 4 ff- s V 1 . . 1 Corps of Cadets 373 Used as a means of motivation, Bloody Cross offered the Corps a way to have a little friendly competition among its members. The Wing, Brigade, Regiment and Band held competitions to determine which outfit would represent each branch. In April the finals produced the champion of the Bloody Crossg the Wing. Bloody Cross required each outfit to run six full quadrangels within the corps dorms. ln order for the time to qualify the outfit must have completed the run with only a minimum number of cadets falling out. The only prize for the winner was the title of Bloody Cross champion. 374 Corps of Cadets E Cross 12 C1239- by fb" KW r w WF.. fig 3 m Q " A L L1 .Z at N1 E, FL, .gg-. . K ,gm a-, , -Q., , Q vs ' ',. ', - L . .W . . , , Nl , 56,51 A X n -' ,..-43" 5- -- -- ' ,. Mi, - I A -' 1 - L- '., ' J' f . V im N 'ff . N .', S X 'diff 3 , . 4,-' fi I - 13.-' yi 1' K, ' if -M 63 , ,f-' Q' ff ' 1 - i L - 9 -,1 ,- :Q-5' : :. L ,fr - f 5 'Sa 1 2 Q N 5 34 5 .' 'N , 5 if + if 5335 Y Q! 'fe R K, x Reveill? V h1986 5 Q, 4 3739 ' H3 4 Life 016072 c Lee Greenwood After a surprisingly entertaining opening by The Shoppe, a six-man band from Dallas, Lee Greenwood opened his February 9th performance with the title cut from his latest album, i'Streamline." Greenwood played to a full Rudder Auditorium, after an unexpected location move from G. Rollie White Coliseum. Playing to the crowd as always, Greenwood quickly made friends with the front row. Green- wood even gave away an autographed album as he sere- naded a newly married couple with "their song," a song he chose for them. Greenwood surprised the audience with what he said was "the song that started it all for him." He broke into a chorus of "McDonald's and You." Greenwood went through such popular favorites as "I Owe You," his recent hit "Dixie Road" and his most recent number-one hit, "I Don't Mind the Thorns." Greenwood also sang some of the songs he has written for such artists as Kenny Rogers and Dan Hill. He then went back to such old favorites as "Somebody's Gonna Love You" and another recent hit, "Don't Underestimate My Love." As a finale, Greenwood sang his patriotic hit, "God Bless the U.S.A.," as a dedica- tion to the Space Shuttle Crew, drawing a standing ovation when a huge American flag was unfurled during the final chorus. American Music Tour The Aggies had their chance to do some whooping and foot stomping to their favorite country songs when the American Music Tour came to Aggieland. The tour, consist- ing of Sylvia, T.G. Sheppard, Janie Fricke, Exile and Eddie Rabbitt, performed on February 20th for a small but enthusi- astic crowd in G. Rollie White Coliseum. Vivacious as ever, Sylvia led the musical line-up and soon had the crowd clapping and singing along with her. The audience especially enjoyed her hit, "Nobody" Things took a more romantic turn when T.G. Sheppard took the stage singing "Loved Them Every One." The colise- um was filled with whistles and screams as Sheppard sang all his favorite songs, finishing his show by singing "Finally" Janie Fricke, the headliner of the tour, followed Shep- pard. Fricke and her band entertained a clapping crowd with a fast-paced closing routine. After the dancing, Fricke sang her hits, "It Ain't Easy Being Easy" and "He's A Heart- ache." After a fifteen minute intermission, the group Exile burst onto stage to sing their hits, "Promises" and "Woke Up in Love," drawing a number of female fans to the foot of the stage. By the time they had finished their show with "Give Me One More Chance," all of G. Rollie was on their feet. Eddie Rabbitt finished the tour's performance, leaning heavily on the introduction of his road manager's rousing version of "Orange Blossom Special" and "Smokey Moun- tain Breakdownn on the fiddle. Entertaining the audience with his easy banter, Rabbitt brought back a few memories with his hits, "Rocky Mountain Music" and "Driving My Life Away." After Rabbitt's performance, the entire crew was brought back on stage to perform a song, written by Rabbitt, called "Friendsf' Commissioning On May 10, a total of 174 seniors received their commissions as officers in the U.S. Armed Services. Lieutenant General Crosbie E, Saint, U.S. Army, served as Commissioning officer. For many of these officers, commissioning marks the culmination of a college career and allows them to officially begin serving their obligation to a chosen military branch. However, some of the officers will return to Texas A8cM to finish their degrees or pursue graduate work. ,Ti WY X 76 Corps of Cadets Final Review The occasion of the year for which each cadet ea- gerly awaits is Final Reviewg a ceremony that occurs on the day of spring commissioning. Two military re' views are held. In the first, the cadets march in the position held during the past school year, under the command of those who have held positions of leader- ship and responsibility. ln the second review, each cadet makes his first appearance in the role he will assume the next school year, passing in review for the graduating class. It is the only time the Corps marches without a "Fish" class. - ,Ns 9,9 ! W ? , H 3 378 Corps of Cadets .,5 5,5 5 , Y 4. 0: -fr." Ai il. l The Corps L93 J f Corps of Cadets 310 THE EW GE ERATIO 380 Division Editor: Dawn Butz Aides: Jeanine Drake Deidre Guy Tom Ownbey Taking a break from the festivities, a student enjoys a massage at All Nite Fair held in the MSC. s' E - ,ff IX 5. . lx. if S' . x 5 H . . O 0 ' . , , . 5 I ' ' N ,'.. In 0 ', ' ...o' 9 fi o O - I ' 4 0 9 . s , Q . , - 5 Q 6' 5 l QD . ' ' . ss.. - - s . Q - . , Q 5 5 I ' Q a - ' . , .5 .- ' s . s ss Q is .:'.' - . '+, 1 - ' . "' - ' . 5 s - ' lo 5 Q ,. If 'Tg.. ,'-1 -- - '-: :,- .. 'o' 'Q 0, ll 50 I li X 1, , ,Q ..O.. .cuff ,. . ,nf vw 'S .' x 0' ' - I , . 'Q' D! B. A 'Q Q 5 f - 1 If i. 'Zh 5 Y ' 1 ' 'Q' L"f'e ' I . .- "' .. ' K if ivfxf 5 ' : .wx . y X . ? N., ' N: Q Di!-'ISIOT1 351 GREEKS .,- -A KP ,Sf s gf Q f t . 'iff' , X .V xl 27, 7-1 8" 1 4 ' :P ' .-A WM ATA if Interfraternity Council Founded 1985 382 Og IFC Name: lnterfraternity Council Founded: 1985 Purpose: To coordinate activities of the fraternities, serve as representative to the university for fraternities, provide a forum for discussion of issues and policies which effect fraternities, and to increase student and university aware- ness of fraternities. Activities: Rush Seminar, Intramural league, and bi- monthly meetings. Membership: 18 Fraternities Idelltsf FRATERNITY DELEGATES: FIRST ROW: Brad Weir, secretary, Tracy Munden, treasurer: Ron Schultz, president: Jay Blinderman, first vice president: Wes Williams, second vice president, SECOND ROW: Marc Kohler, Worth Witmer, Charles Dabelgott, Jorge Quirch, Craig Walter, Christopher Davis, Todd LeCocq, THIRD ROW: James Zasuly, Matt Martin, Merrill Swanson, Parker Smith, Bill 'Yogi' Alston, Kyle Kerbow. FOURTH ROW: Jim Kastleman, Matt Price, D. I-i. Mike Rodriques, Jason Baadsgaard, Scot Stolz, Erich Klein, Chris Young. FIFTH ROW: David Smallwood, Mark Bowring, David Dobbins. Jeff Thomas, Jeff Sweat. SIXTH ROW: Michael Lake, Gary Crowell, Scott Burnett, Mike Maczka, David Wicke, Eric Gambrell. Organizations 383 N s ., .n.:g?4- " Y ,- lf' 384 Organizations Farm Hous Name: FarmHouse Fraternity Founded: 1983 Purpose: The objective of Farml'louse Fraternity is to build the whole man: intellectually, spiritually, socially, morally and physically. Activities: Big Event, Year-end banquet and formal, in- tramurals, workshops for members and road-trips. Membership: 20 History: FarmHouse is the first social fraternity to be officially recognized by Texas ASLM. The club is still in the chartering stages, expecting to fulfill all national requirements in the spring of 1986. A large percentage of the members are interested in agriculture. m-- Xame: Alpha Tau Omega Founded: Nationally in 1865 Purpose: To instill leadership goals in young men while providing social and service opportunities for the growth ot both the individual and the group. Activities: Fall activities included "Its Greek to Me" All U Party, from which proceeds went to charities. During the spring, the Brazos Biath- lon was held from which proceeds also went to charities. Membership: 60 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Ron Little, worthy historian: Tom Greenwood, secretary: Tony Fowler, treasurer: Sam Lorimer, president: James Wells, vice president: Myron Weidenbach, worthy usher. SECOND ROW: Steve Rodgers, chapter advisor: Stuart White, Chuck Collins, Grant Miller, Courtney Vest. Kirk Pierce, James Carrao, Phil Gaddis, Rex Brown, THIRD ROW: Steven Griggs, Matt Darren Bowden, Eric Weiden- bach, Steve Scupin, Harold Barber, Mitch Williams. FOURTH ROW: J.R. O'Brien, Trey Dacy, Richard Meserole, Keith Holt, David Freytas, Oscar Jimenez, Ed Long. FIFTH ROW: Rob Eisenhower, Barry Kerrigan, Aaron Van Pelt, Keith Kunkle, Shawn West, John Hall, Chris Smith. SIXTH ROW: Steve Ramirez, Clay Morrison, Tom Young, David Breining, Cliff Reed. SEVENTH ROW: Ron Smith, Steve Price, Brian Benandi, Alan Garretson, Terry Palmer, Reagan Rorschach, Layne Eddy, Eric Kaysen, Barry Groves, Brett Newton, Ron Capel. LITTLE SISTERS: FIRST ROW: Kim Wilson, Lisa Ann Miller, Lisa Wallace, president: Beth Wolken, Carol Ellison, Caroline Worth, Bradleigh Walters, Becky File. SECOND ROW: Karen Morrison, secretary: Patricia Elwell, Heather Bryant, Susan Fitch, Susan Patterson, treasurer: Melanie Rowlett, Katie Patterson. THIRD ROW: Virginia Cochran, Lisa Campbell, Laura Boone, Stuart White, director: Michelle Rick, Pam Nixon. Organizations 385 E. 8-A ABOVE Sz FAR LEFT: Country music fills G. Rollie White Coliseum as the American Music Tour came to Texas A8zlVl on February 20. LEFT: Lee Greenwood performs to a full Rudder Auditorium after an unexpected location move from G. Rollie White Coliseum. Kappa Sigma Name: Kappa Sigma Fraternity Founded: 1982, colonized 1980 Purpose: To promote character, scholarship and fellowship. Activities: An annual Christmas Party for re- tarded children at Fannin Elementary, Bike the Ball to Baylor fund-raiser for the National Heart Fund and The Big Event. Membership: 60 IIICIIISI FIRST ROW: Scott Hendrickson, Marcos Fernandez, Bill Fridley, grand scribe, Roger Burleigh, grand procurator, Rob Bonner, Robert McAughan, William Wetsel, grand treasurer, Pat Brockette. SECOND ROW: Robert Gordon, Paul F, Wagner, Kevin Burns, David Monk, Scott Lewis, Bud Grant, Geoffrey Hawtrey, THIRD ROW: Sumner Osgood, John Lines, Joe Sentmanat, James Westbrook, Brett Layl, Alan Gray, James Rodriquez. FOURTH ROW: Clay Bohannan, Gary Crowell, master of ceremonies, Phil Brandon, Alan Brown, David L. Harrison, Whit Matthews, James Goetzke. FIFTH ROW: Christopher Holstead, David Hartman, Ken Lawson, Chris Dance, Brian Ford, Ron Holsey, John Meazell. SIXTH ROW: Colby Williams, Tom Kindler, grand master, Yogi Bear, David Wicki, Daren Wixson, Dan Thompson, pledge educator, Michael Fair, OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Roger Burleigh, William Edward Wetsel, Bill Fridley. SECOND ROW: Dan Thompson, Tom Kindler, Gary Crowell. 386 Organizations vw. , rw, ,, . X. . ' -fr 1. f-' "-.- ,........,. . . 1 -, . x .4-,... on - .4 vi fx , fi 95 v' y.,- , 4 .nu UQ .' '. r.. V ' in vi' . ,Fi-Z' rl ff. xii' ,wk Organizanons 387 4 CDM-I Name: Phi Delta Theta Founded: 1984 Purpose: To promote sound learning, brotherhood, and moral rectitude among its members and the community. Activities: Fall and Spring Rush, Co-sponsoring the Fall Fest with Delta Zetas, and selling the Greek Phone Directory. Membership: 50 Idefltsf FIRST ROW: Robert Gleason, Barry Sims, Stacy Jocky, John Tatum, Stacy Hutchins, Vince Obregon, Ken Cunningham, Jeff Rees, Rick Hansen, Michael Lake, David Spurlin. SECOND ROW: David Smallwood, Jim Johnson, Ed Morgan, Kyle Newman, Todd Rozas, Jeffrey Richardson, Gordon Bass, Alan Ware, Phil Tuxhorn, John Phillips, Martin McCreary, Mark Peterman, Chuck Mullins, Eric Olmon. THIRD ROW: Mike Hansen, Jeff Mars, Chris W. Shearen, Tim Rozas, Doug Scheiding, Jeff Paradowski, Craig Walter, Kevin J. Casey, Philip Reed, Paul Pfeiffer, Alan D. Marsico, Joe Stills, Chris Parker, Robert Cheyne. B8 Organizations CIJEK Name: Phi Sigma Kappa Founded: 1985 Purpose: To promote brotherhood, scholar- ship and develop character. Activities: Sports, charity projects and so- cial activities. Membership: 30 Id6IltSZ FIRST ROW: Stuart Burton, vice president, Emile Newchurch, Joseph Kupper, treasurer, James Ogg, Jerry Fulwiler, president, SECOND ROW: Daniel Smotzer, David Martinez, Thomas Ownbey, Robert Hayes. THIRD ROW: Tim Pratt, George Andrews, Tim Curl, Steven Chandler. FOURTH ROW: Derek Soltes, David Cummings, Jim Bradbury, Charles Tehas. NOT PICTURED: Bert Grubbs, Pat Moses, Mat Powell, Jim Young, treasurer. Organizati TT. . .vfif ug" .l.' su. '..f, Q0 lf-0 Q0 EAM Name: Sigma Alpha Mu Founded: 1982 Purpose: To form a close social and fraternal union of students at Texas ASLM. Activities: Bounce for Beats for the American Heart Associ- ation, social activities and athletic events. Membership: 20 Id6IltSI FIRST ROW: Josh Kahn, secretary: Brian Mendelson, vice president, Bradley Zane, exchequer: Jacob Katz, president. SECOND ROW: Susan Cohen, Stacey Keller, Melissa Musick, Amy Schwartz, Karen Fellabaum, Beth Morrison, Dana Johnson. THIRD ROW: Scott Rosen, David Goldstein, Jean Shemali, Scott Farber. FOURTH ROW: Tony Phaup, Mike Tubielewicz, Ronnie Mark, Jay Blinderman. FIFTH ROW: Scott Sloter, Christopher Davis. Robert Seloft, Jorge Quirch. 'B AFP Name: Alpha Gamma Rho Founded: 1975 Purpose: To make better men, and through them a broader and better agriculture by surrounding members with influences tending to encourage individual endeavor, resourcefulness and aggressive effort along lines making for the development of better mental, social, moral and physical qualities. Membership: 28 Activities: Pink Rose formal, charity work and monthly semi- nars on agricultural topics. Id6l1tSZ FIRST ROW: Pat Wolf, secretaryg Brad Goodbread, treasurer: Dr. Ronald Richter, advisor, Jim Davis, noble rulerg Richard Williams, alumni secretary, Pat Victory, vice-noble ruler, SECOND ROW: Brian Hunt, Dale Brem, Chip Twumey, Doyle Koop, Bradley Myers, Joe Lucas, Brian Gill, Robert Steglich, Kelly Culbertson, David Lundell, Vince Palasota. THIRD ROW: Brian Ballinger, John Saenz, Claude Ross, Johnny Wilson, Reagan Luensmann. Kurt Kelso, Sidney Mondin, Jason Howell, Terry Baugh, Brett Gorman, Organizations 391 IIO URS Alpha Zeta Founded 1897 .9 DKK- Name: Alpha Zeta Founded: 1897 Purpose: Agriculture Honor and Service fraternity. Membership is limited to upperclassmen in the top 2 f 5 of their class. Activities: Turkey sale fund-raiser, donate time to professors, help the dean with freshman recruiting, spring work at Still Creek Farm Boys Home, steak fry and parties. Membership: 250 Idents: FIRST ROW: Dr. Lvv. Greene, advisor: Kari Allen, KayLynn Vanwinkle, president, Jennifer Bohac, secretary: Sharla Ann Popp, Derek Fisher, vice president. SECOND ROW: Burl Hagler, treasruerg Linda Krampota, Donna Pfluger, Jeff Hines, Vicki Munie, Monica Ostrowski, Jimmy Keeton, advisor. THIRD ROW: Kristen Kay Koemel, Ken Davis, Scott Baucum, Michael Schoppa, Sandra House, Mark Randolph. FOURTH ROW: Tim Klein, as council representativeg Doug Herber, Joe Townsend, advisor: Martin Mehner, Jocelyn Glaser. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Burl I-Iagler, KayI.ynn Vanwinkle, Derek Fisher, Jennifer Bohac. SECOND ROW: Dr. L. W. Greene, Tim Klein, Joe Townsend, Jimmy Keeton, Kristen Kay Koemel. 'x!s.! M Organizations 393 394 Organizations K'P-- Name: Alpha Kappa Psi Founded: 1984 Purpose: Alpha Kappa Psi is a national professional co-ed business faternity whose purpose is to allow students to gain an understanding of the business world. The fraternity also provides brotherhood, friendship and leadership opportunity. Activities: Field trips to various companies, professional speakers and social functions. Membership: 80 ICICIIIQSZ FIRST ROW: Denise Meschwitz, Theresa M. Palumbo, Maria Jung, Anna Desai, Dianne Blackwell, Shirley Kleiber, Laura Brown, Cindy lmai, Audrey Tapia, Laurie Stalter, Sharon Hrnoir, Betsy Brewer. SECOND ROW: Jan Reppond, Patricia Lard, Debra Wuebbels, Debbie Stafford, Ruth Groves, Jennifer Bridges, Beth Burton, Kim Maddox, Michelle Garcia, Jodi Savoie, Lauran Hegyesi, Cammy Jacob, Karen Sabrsula. THIRD ROW: Gayle Havel, Jason Sessom, Susan Mothersbaugh, Kay O'Brien, Cara Bowden, Lisa Reese, Bret Mixon, parliamentarian: Ariel Tarrago, Ed Weinheimer, Lisa Thelander, Janet Wyatt, Kathi Armer. FOURTH ROW: Carla Hampel, Ann Gaisbauer, Carol Murray, Patrick Sullivan, Paul F. Lopez, Shannon Selensky, Nick Gonzalez, Robert Kraus, Debra Grooms, Monica Nicholson, Gary Ashmore. FIFTH ROW: Mary Kirchner, Brett Thames, Robert Penshorn, Tami Jan, Ashley Harris, Steve Abercia, Pam Bolting, Barb McGregor, Mary Younts, David L, Olson, faculty advisor. SIXTH ROW: Jim Kole, Lori Helscher, Chris Adams, Coleman Rowland, Kim Otte, Cathy Klug, vice president - membership: Steve Myers, Cathy Hollowell, Tammy Knox, secretary. SEVENTH ROW: Kirby Johnson, John West, Jerry M. Brown, Joe Westrich, Doug Robb, Kevin Blacketer, Jennifer Murillo, Brian Bachik, David Segers, president. EIGHTH ROW: Robert Todd, Steve Carter, Brad Phillips, master of rituals, Frank P Duke, Greg Radenbaugh, vice president - administration, David Grooms, John D. Fries, Wade Medlin, Paul L. Gilbert, Alan Joy. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Bret Mixon, Tammy Knox, David L. Olsen. SECOND ROW: Cathy Klug, Brad Phillips, Greg Radenbaugh, David Segers, NOT PICTURED: Catherine Scheid. AE Name: Alpha Epsilon Founded: 1976 Purpose: The object of the Texas Phi Chapter of Alpha Epsilon is to exemplify the character, leadership, knowl- edge and expertise of a professional in agriculture and engineering and to promote the profession of Agricultural Engineering in its quest to help feed a hungry world. Activities: Initiation of new members at the banquet in the spring and help sponsor the mathletes competition initiated by the Texas Society of Professional Engineers Brazos Chapter. Membership: 24 HES: Dr. Vince Sweat, advisorg Wayne S Dommert, presidentg Mark Schulze, treasure ' x - . Sq.. v ,-. w H, I . yu F. 'Xxx -. . p ,- S. , 123' C' 'W' 'A gyigvgun, ' "I .11 -w ., M '52 T22-,..., v , ,, Q f Q 1 2 . gl '23, 'mis - P. ,is . ,nn ' 1-vw-, ,.. .,.. A 1 . S V 1 A V ' up 7124" 3 1--1-45 ' XA! 's., , '39 . 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V ,, ,, -f' Zi-gff!":G , 2 'T'-1 it 'fs K f 4 . ,,,,f"v"" 1 v 1.71 '7".a4 f.,j ' " , 1 - ,. f- - fvrfffg ' '- n V ' -. .,, , , A , uf I' ' Y,-V." ki- ' 5 ,- .- f f Q -- Ad, " l., .,,- f' 'wana 424- - M ,f nf' Z 1, , , r ' f ., , 'K x -11" I 1 396 Organizations IAE Name: lota Lambda Sigma lChi Chapterl Founded: 1955 Purpose: An honorary fraternity for lndustrial Educa- tion majors whose purpose is to help its members learn more about the lndustrial Education field through speak- ers and presentation encompassing the field of education and technology. Activities: The group met monthly and hosted guest speakers. Membership: 35 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Shawn Saladin, Robert Quintanilla, Tina Lewis, Susan Feigl, James Waller, Joe Oliveri. SECOND ROW: Mitchell Clark, vice presiclentg Bety Lu Rider, president, Jonathan Woodcock, secretary, Greg Brown. THIRD ROW: James R. Odom, Donald Clark, Gus Baker, advisorg Tucker Grant, treasurer. 5. B. L 1' -l ' 5 ri I f "f F is Q' 'K AN Name: Nu Sigma IdCIltSZ FIRST ROW: Nazir Khalil. presidentz Evelyn Bremer. F d d. Ricardo Yupari, Brian Anderson, treasurer, SECOND ROW: 01111 9 ' Robert Buck, Jeff George, Eric Beehief. THIRD ROW: Chai Purpose: National Honor Society for Nuclear Engl- Cf eese - Thomas R- Remfts- John AMS' neering and Science. Activities: Tutoring, banquet to honor the president of the National American Nuclear Society and orienta- tion tours for nuclear engineering students. Membership: 20 Organizations 39 398 Organizations AUM Name: Alpha Pi Mu Founded: 1959 Purpose: A nationally accepted industrial engineering honor society whose purpose is to provide a common ground on which outstanding young engineers can ex- change ideas. Activities: Counseling new students, tutoring freshmen and sophomores, and sponsoring speakers, projects, and exhibits. Membership: 25 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Raquel Llivina, vice president, Susan Lipsey, president, Dawn Seamans, recording secretary: Andrea Knudson. SECOND ROW: Tammy Brach, Janine Frank, Susan Schaefer, Holly Ellen Zisek. THIRD ROW: Alfonso Obreson, Diego Perez, Jeff Abernathy. -B111 Name: Beta Alpha Psi Founded: nfa Purpose: Offers accounting students the op- portunity to learn more about the profession of accounting. Activities: Professional meetings through- out the semester, field trips, co-sponsor Annu- al Mock lnterview, host Annual Tax Confer- ence, and hold seminars on internships. Membership: 250 Idents: FALL OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: came Lamm, publicity chairman, Diane Dilgren, treasurer, Mary Ellen Cuff, pledge chairperson: Jennifer Rankin, vice president of activities. SECOND ROW: Clifton Teague, executive committee chairman, Bob Foote, presidentg Richard Kolodziejoyk, reporting secretary, James Atkins, general secretary. SPRING OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Carrie Lamm, executive committee chairman: Diane Dilgren, vice president of professional programs: Mary Ellen Cuff, president, Jana Ahlfinger, general secretary. SECOND ROW: Tammy Janek, publicity chairperson, Kevin Harrell, treasurer: Melanie Jones, reporting secretary, Jennifer Rankin, vice president of activities. -Qbhe..--1--ndilo--,QA . 3 4 -, 151, " g2?'.a2'.j 1 inf' 2,1-aff'-?i'f'4-7 ':'H.- fgya f '1 1 3-'n - . lfvlfrikl Ijle. . , '- . ' 2-' .i-.,:3,,l5v--yr". :Int lah -.., f f-fair ',.:'- ig' ft' ,' ll. :- ,-5.1 2' Y , gi -."-??1-z':'- '- 7' 'f :-ra - - Sq ings -P :H-'ff-O - jj Z ' I 'iglfififz E'--E: ak .fi u4....-v- .A,......c- iv- 40O Organizations Cap 8: Gown ' Name: Cap and Gown Founded: 1979 Purpose: To promote scholarship, leadership and service. Activities: Road trip to A8rlVlfBavlor game, Pre- ferred Professor Award, and community service projects. Membership: 35 IdCl'ltS! OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Amme Glasscock, editorg Melanie Wheat, presidentg Donna Huddleston, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Sarah Hlavinka, historiang Jim Collin, vice president, Peg Toot, secretary. ! 'il V AL ,,- - if 324'-" 13 j f' Q.- 1 af-:f'sf? -.if 4,2 jr,'22,,i,515'f23-.r A Q 121: 'Q 'iw -ee. ' zu 'ff 'F 55 - - - "' XE Name: Chi Epsilon Founded: 1961 Purpose: National Honor Society for civil engineers. Activities: Induction banquet and various pledge projects. Membership: 120 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Brian Jude Pinkowski, treasurer, Shelley Lindsey, pledge marshall, Cesar Molina Jr., editor: John Barton, president, Camille Thomason, secretaryg Brock Miller, vice president. SECOND ROW: Pamela Huff, Kelly Laumbach, Kim Carroll, Mark Wells, Carol Greiner, Laurie Schreiber, Attila Banki, Carol Tan. THIRD ROW: Kay Lyn Schwartz, Bruce Rymer, Leslie Lexau, Bradley Kutchins, Patrice Bazis, Victor Ibarra, Cheryl Lovell, Nancy Hedgecock. FOURTH ROW: Scott Ramsbacher, John Kvinta, Charles McElroy, Elizabeth Fischer, Alan Simpson, George Curtis Herrick. FIFTH ROW: Tracy Druce, Chris Malinovvski, Greg Mauater, Henry Drexel, Mark Bouma, Mykol Woodruff, SIXTH ROW: Blaine Smith, Wade Kirby, Eric Kleinhenz, Steven Priddy, Jim Loper, Mark Sturrock. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Brian Pinkowski, Camille Thomason, Shelley Lindsey. SECOND ROW: Cesar Molina Jr., John Barton, Brock Miller. NS' w S 153 SNNQLQ- 'N mx aus W , x .,. Q , X X Xxiskxx , I X - .fer .J tw iw.. Organizations 401 35 ?"' 5 AE ..-.-1. Name: Delta Sigma Pi Founded: 1985 Purpose: A professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities, to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice and to promote a closer affiliation between the com- mercial world and students of commerce. Activities: Monthly professional events, fund raisers, social parties and pledge func- tions. Membership: 51 Idefltsf OFFICERS: Drew Koecher, historian, Audrey Sottile, vice president for pledge education, Stan Wysocki, treasurer, Anna Selindis, vice president for professional activities, Carla Kaufman, senior vice president, Scott Arrington, chancellor, Michael Mateja, president, Danny Oursbourn, secretary, Paul Ckaufman, vice president for chapter operations. DQ 6 -14 402 Organizations Name: Eta Kappa Nu Founded: 1955 Purpose: To stimulate and reward scholarship. Also, to assist members in becoming better professionals and citizens. Activities: Compiling a resume book of electrical engineer- ing series, service projects, guest speakers, and intramural sports. Membership: 201 Id6I1tSZ FIRST ROW: Burt I.eJune, vice president, Kathryn Thompson, treasurer, Mark Weiehold, advisor. SECOND ROW: Greg Shillinglaw, historian: Byron Radle, president, George Zahar, bridge correspondent, Carolyn Broyles, corresponding secretary. THIRD ROW: Wendell Thompson, Carl Benner, Lonnie French, David Reid, Susan Murphy, Mark Flanagan, publicity chairman. FOURTH ROW: John Tang, Fred Leong, Chris Buehler, Alan Poindexter, Bill Emshoff, Douglas Heidt, Keith Hermes, Amy Fitter. Organizations 403 AA-- Name: Alpha Lambda Delta Founded: 1975 Purpose: To promote scholarship on campus, provide a tutoring service for freshmen and honor those freshmen who have attained a high level of scholastic achievement Activities: Fall and spring pledge teas and initiation ceremo nies, faculty-student mixer with other university honor soci- eties and free tutoring in freshmen level courses. Membership: 300 Id6I1tSI FIRST ROW: Angie Ward, Ursula Cuzzi, Ann Shad, Katherine Clemence, Chris Masi, Johanna Hume, communications chairman, Nicholas Smalley, Stephanie Popovich, Angie Preyne, Claudia Peng. SECOND ROW: Sandy Caballero, Sean O'Brien, Linda Porter, Willis Ward, Jr., David Mendoza, Sarah Schuster, Tammy Wilganovvski, Melinda Daggett, Lananh Le. THIRD ROW: Marnie Swerdlin, Hai Bui, Grace Chu, Wooi, Vu Phi, Kristy Smith, Jill Volberding, historian, Julie Moore, scholarship chairmang Julie Rankin, Kathryn Gill. FOURTH ROW: Norberto Fas, Mark Yarbrough, Jacqueline Sentmanat, presidentg Peginne Lowrey, secretary, Cheryl Davis, tutoring chairman: Mike Grubbs, Kyle Push, treasurerg Matt Gillihan, Mary Lee Harrison, Karen Roberts. FIFTH ROW: G. Travis Leissner, James R. Damm, Steven Hayes, Tod Hanson, Mike Moellenhoff, Richard E. Woodbury, vice president, Greg Dennis, junior advisor, Barton Bradicich, Larry Lindsay, special events chairman, Tahl Rozycki. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Peginne Lowrey, Richard E. Woodbury, Jacqueline Sentmanat, Kyle Push, SECOND ROW: Johanna Hume, Jill Volberding, Larry Lindsay, Greg Dennis, Cheryl Davis, Julie Moore. 404 Organizations 1 sg -- KAH Name: Kappa Delta Pi Founded: 1972 Purpose: The national honor society to recognize students in the top tive percent of the College of Education and recognize outstanding contributions to education. Activities: Membership drive picnic in the fall and spring, fall initiation and spring initiation banquet. Membership: nfa Id6IltSZ FIRST ROW: Mary F. Wilson, Carol Nieuwold, Julie Hailey, president: Susan Shormann. historian: Angela Pizzitola, vice president: Lori Flippin, Stacy Anderson. SECOND ROW: Sarah Jurek, Erica Forst, Dana Dreibradt, Vicki Nelson, Sherri Derbonne. THIRD ROW: Joan Neeson. Renee Hempel, Joseph C. McDonough, Harriette Klar, Lisa Harvey, Leslie Stuart. OFFICERS: Darleen Wallace, Angela Pizzitola, Julie Hailey, Susan Shormann. NOT PICTURED: Carol Chapman, Myra Chickering. Organizations -105 Noises Off Many people were tickled and touched by the fast-paced comedy "Noises Off," presented in Rudder Tower on Novem- ber 12th. Throughout the performance, the audience was amused by the story of a frustrated director, Noel Harris, and his attempts to control his zany cast of actors. The comedy, written by Michael Frayn, was actually a play within a play. "Noises Off" shows the dilemmas a group of actors face in practicing and performing their play, "Nothing On." The play opened with a very unorganized, "technical, dress rehearsal" for "Nothing On." The action was quick and unending with a continuous banging of doors as the group of actors faced several problems. The problems ranged from a continually napping, alcoholic actor, to the director's affairs with both the assistant stage manager and one of the actresses, to the lovers' quarrel that erupts between two of the main characters. . Frayn's comedy ended with the boggled performance of "Nothing On," the actors being just as confused as to where they are as the audience was. The audience could not help but enjoy themselves during this well-performed comedy. "The acting was excellent. I was really impressed with how humorous the play was, and it continued to get funnier and funnier as it progressed. The end was hilarious," said senior John McClel- land. asi- 5. x Side By Side 'Side by side by Sondeheim' was a remarkable salute to the music of Stephen Sondheim by members of the Missouri Repertory Theater. More of a show than a play, the audi- ence enjoyed two hours of high-energy musical entertain- ment. The Repertory captured many aspects of Sondheim and human life in their brief time on stage. They ranged from brassy burlesque to chorus lines, and wittily covered such topics as marital squabbles and a bride's last nervous thoughts prior to her wedding, 'Getting Married Todayf The audience left well-contented after a toe-tapping evening with the Repertory. Brigadoon A Scottish setting took the audience in Rudder Audito- rium back in time as Brigadoon was performed March 26. Two hunters in Scotland meet up with village people from centuries ago who live peacefully as the rest of the world wears away. One hunter falls in love with a girl and returns back in time to marry her. LEFT: Plaid and charm of Scotland enliven the stage in Brigadoon by Alan Jay Lerner and Federick Loewe presented at A8rM on March 26. BELOW: The audience was tickled and touched by the fastspaced comedy "Noises Off" presented November 12 in Rudder Auditorium 4-06 Organizations AE Name: Lambda Sigma Founded: ln 1922 at University of Pittsburgh, became a National Honor Society in 1925, and was admitted to the Association of College Honor Societies in 1981. Purpose: Promotes leadership, scholarship, fellowship, and spirit of service. Activities: Weekly Sullyls Symposium, on-campus Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Christine Ward, secretary, Linda Porter, treasurer, Karen Roberts, vice presidentg David Russell, president. SECOND ROW: Johanna Hume, Christie Hume, Adrienne McFarland, Windi Phelps, Janet Little, Ansie Powell, Stephanie Sowell THIRD ROW: Kim Harrick, Jane Ford, Marnie Swerdlin, Amy Bensinger, Deborah West, Mary Lee Harrison, Cathy Chickering FOURTH ROW: Shelley Underbrink, Esther Fernandez, Holly Capps, Stacey Allen, Sandra Van Den Berg, Dani Thomson, Jennifer Hynes, Natalie Hopkins. FiFTH ROW: Larry Lindsay, Christopher Glenn, Barton Bradicich, David White, Terrance Dill, Wesley Marshall, David McDowell, John Valetine, Tim Cashion, Kevin Carreathers, advisor. Christmas Tree sales, canned food drives, handicapped services, and a Halloween party for preschoolers. Membership: 50 sophomores i ,,,,,,,,f .H - - ' 'i -at-asian.. if- ' " V V , i ,A I ,- ,,.....q. ' .- . 14,4 -. e 2 -. ' .. . 5, lr ' , i . ,..,..-I v . 5 5 21.4 J .:y:.:, AA cf'-,j ,,,., 1f'nqgi,ge,+-7 ,H ' 75'-., ,J -- "'ff,Q1q.' 4f,:l2?v5:,,f' fc? 4- : -- "f'+gjf:1 . , ' 'li iff 2""2"1"JHLQ?-fi-'22-5 .rf -V' fi, .4 1- Q "Q '.- Y ' fffffik-"1 'f'i"'f,."3'-54'7'1 .Iliff-2-if A- . .P-5-,.-f.....4, -,I f- . A - '-. .r -1.13 21' :l- V r- : ff!" -.7 r- bf' we-7 fn" Ja?-f'-'.'.v-, . 7 ' -' - naar , , - e f 'e ..2'?'m1?.g5 f " :pb Q f1A,fI.9 " ff, : 1, ,j-QL-,,,,Lf -un,- f W 1.2 C . T -'O EG CHI EP ILON' Name: Omega Chi Epsilon Founded: nfa Purpose: To recognize achievements of outstanding students in Chemical Engineering and to provide help to other members of the same major. Activities: Barbeque and initiation. Membership: 20 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Hala Gadalla, Caroline Mayo. William Bullock. Seema Bhatt, Laura Rogers. SECOND ROW: Gary Janda. Craig Holloway, Richard Jenkins, Kristin Wooley, David Maedgen, Claud Lacy. THIRD ROW: Philip Eubank, Steve Green. Jeff Taylor, Curtis Rueter. James Miller, Terry Evans. FOURTH ROW: Richard Coomorgen, Anthony Plepys, Jim Lindner. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Philip T. Eubank, advisorg Gary Janda, presidentg Claud Lacy, Hala Gadalla, treasurerg Craig Holloway, vice president. Organizations 407 CIJEK Name: Phi Epsilon Kappa Founded: 1931 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Susan Brown, Catherine Corley, Phyllis Vaughan, Denise Webb, Shannon Crabtree, Julie Anderson, Kay Thigpen, SECOND ROW: Allison Reichart, Linda Kippley, Renee Thiebaud, treasurerg Chris Blume, Laura Walker, Sue Gerloff, Mia Kleinhenz. THIRD ROW: Katherine Purpose: To serve Health and Physical Education majors Activities: Fun Run Membership: 75 Kirby, Karen Pace, Susan Coomes, Stacy Stokes, Kathryn Crawford, Bill Beggs, FOURTH ROW: Paul Yarbrough, Tim Dehrlein, pledge chairman, Jack Martin, Dale Heath, Forrest Nelson. 408 Organizations rf' ,,f7f' -j, l "- M , 11,1 615, -' ff ,M Af?-Q -1 an 3 gi. lfbnzz Z- Name: Phi Eta Sigma Founded: 1923 Purpose: To further the scholastic development of Freshman honor students with a 3.5 or better gradepoint. Activities: Freshman tutoring program, working with the Bra- zos County Juvenile Center, and participation in the Big Event. Membership: 50 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Larre Huffman, Julie Moore, Gail Christeson, Curtis Lard, Cathy Chickering. SECOND ROW: Kay Matsumoto, Angie Payne, Gayle Cougot, Carrie Haveman, Nicholas Smalley, Tom Black, Sean O'Brien, THIRD ROW: Matt Luttrell, Sandra Sloan, Mona Patel, Linda Hahn, Tammy Wilganowski, Troy Draper, Sarah Schuster, Marnie Swerdlin. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Cadena, Karen Guinn, Kathy Lafferty, Sandy Jarzombek, Renaye Guinn, Sandra Van Den Berg, James Gilliam, Holly Capps, Karen Bendixen. FIFTH ROW: Jeff Crouch, John King, Stewart Baker, Steven Hayes, Bruce Bell, James Damm, Bryan Young, Edward Varela, Brian Goeken, OFFICERS: Julie Moore, secretary, Laree Huffman, historian, Cathy Chickering, president, Gail Christeson, treasurer, Curtis Lard, advisor. rc- t -.Ax ,.s..,..vf :girl Y ,,..s-"' Organizations 409 .u . ', .,ff-7:57,-. ' - .-1-5'l4.J.'332':1Z2'. IXQ 410 Organizations Name: Pi Epsilon Tau Founded: 1985 Purpose: Petroleum Engineering Honor Society. Activities: Barbeque, lnduction Banquet and shirt sales. Membership: 70 IdCIltSZ FIRST ROW: William Kurt Butler, second vice president, Bill Abendschein, first vice president, John Rigas, president, Floyd Hernandez, secretary, Robert Kovar, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Ignatius Setyatmoko, George Bernhard, Jon T. Givens, Mike Burns, Glenn Scott, Kelly Wessels, William Barrett, Vince Phan, Kristen Koehl, Mark Kratzer, Alma Marie Studer. THIRD ROW: Michael Lemen, Brad Pate, Ed Schumilak, Thomas Gardner, Douglas Jasek, Todd Davis, Jay Stratton, Greg Avra. FOURTH ROW: Claus Frimann-Dahl, David Meinert, Von B. Pilcher, A. Thomas Johansen, Mike Nance, William Gossett, Lee Starnes, Richard Newsom. FIFTH ROW: Dag Heggelund, Thomas O'Donnell, Clinnton Gerst, David Holy, Robert Wessman, Mark Castell, Vince Morrissette, Maurice Stadler, Doug Krenek. SIXTH ROW: Kevin Bowlin, John Thompson, Mark Wilby, J. Bryan Maggard, Dennis McHugh, Tommy Everitt, Kirk Osborne, Joel Wylie. OFFICERS: Robert Kovar, Floyd Hernandez, John Rigas, William Kurt Butler, Bill Abendschein. HET -- HE-' Name: Pi Sigma Epsilon Founded: 1983 Purpose: To improve marketing and selling educa- tion techniques and provide brotherhood for stu- dents, educators and professionals. Activities: Regional and National Conventions. T shirt sales and ski trips. Membership: 60 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Mike Smith, social chairman: Maria Steely, past presidentfconvention chairman, Jolene Dupnick. vice president of marketing: Elizabeth Brennan. president. Kim Gerke, secretary. SECOND ROW: Michele Giacone. Gena L. Reed, Michele Smith, Allyson McNeel, Gia Terraso. Diane Williams. THIRD ROW: Sharon R. Sefoik, Jim Harris. Buzz Barton, Teresa McMurry, Kenny Dornak. intercampus coordinator: Terri Franz, Jill Lindquist. FOURTH ROW: Randy Hebert, John Kuberski, James Jones, Powell Zachary, sergeant at arms: Dennis Forhart, historian: Kevin Kittrell OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Kim Gerke, Mike Smith. Elizabeth Brennan, Jolene Dupnick. Diane Williams SECOND ROW: Kenny Dornak, Powell Zachary. Dennis Forhart. Marla Steely. Organizations 411 ' S HTE Name: Pi Tau Sigma Founded: 1964 Purpose: National Honor Society for Mechanical Engineers. Activities: Mechanical Engineering Booth at JETS Day and Career Day and pledge initiation banquets. Membership: 30 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Clark Havis, Colin Swaney, Kathy Everette, Mike Larsen, Bill Soldat. SECOND ROW: Paula Fabrega, Patrick Heye, Randy Armstrong, Constance Fletcher, Inga Lax, Mark Hickl, THIRD ROW: James Dove, Robert Judge, James Reeder, Richard Amato, Richard Ory. FOURTH ROW: David Marsh, Paul Till, Thomas Drost, Jeffrey Polzer. FIFTH ROW: Michael Cayard, Scott Bryant, John Buttery, OFFICERS: Robert Judge, president: Paula Fabrega, treasurer: Randy Armstrong, vice president. NOT SHOWN: Garnet Bolander, secretary. 412 Organizations S.I.E. Name: Sigma lota Epsilon Founded: 1971 Purpose: Sigma Iota Epsilon is Management Honor Society which promotes student-tacul ty interaction and furthers the knowledge of students concerning various management ca- reer fields and opportunities. Activities: Spring Banquet, happy hour so- cials and speakers each semester. Membership: 20 Idents: FIRST ROW: Teri Fogle, president: Karen Lock, Shelli R. Shivers. SECOND ROW: John Tate, secretaryftreasurerg Dr. John Reynolds, advrsor1 Cynthia Ellis. - TAU ALPHA PI - Name: Tau Alpha Pi Founded: n fa Purpose: Tau Alpha Pi is the national honor society for Engineering Technology majors which recognizes students in the top tour per- cent oi the department. Activities: Activities include meetings and lectures that promote scholarship in the field of engineering technology. Membership: limited to the top four per- cent of the Engineering Technology Depart- ment. IdeIltSI FIRST ROW: Randy Wentworth. secretary: Louise A. Earle. vice presidentg Mark Renfroe, treasurer: Joe Bensfort. president SECOND ROW: John Beard, Roser Carver. Diane Wendel, Larry Hanawa, Albert Grubbs, advisor. Orgarrzat 'i its 414 Organizations i Name: Tau Beta Pi Founded: 1948 Purpose: To recognize engineering students of su- perior scholarship and exemplary character in the College of Engineering. Activities: Fall and Spring Smoker, Annual Steak Fry and Lowenbrau party, and community activities. Membership: 200 Idelltsl OFFICERS: Pes Toot, cataloger, Simone Mostert, vice president, Amy Fitter, recreation secretary: Mike Cayard, treasurer: Carl Beck, correspondence secretary, Mark Stein, president. TBH - Name: Tau Kappa Founded: 1981 Purpose: Tau Kappa is a service honor society of juniors select- ed for distinguished ability and achievement in scholarship, lead- ership, and service. The purpose is to seek out and assist in service projects that promote better living to all students of the university and to the surrounding community. Activities: Participated in the Mini-Olympics hosted by the International Student Association, each member met with a in- ternational student to help them learn the English language and helped with the Special Olympics. Membership: 50 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Chiufang Hnang, Rina Makhdoom, Helen Chang, Sherri Derbonne, Alisa Rhinehart, Tu Nguyen. SECOND ROW: Cynthia Gay, Shelly Frye, Terry Clark, Ann Papp, Laura Battle, Robert Beard. THIRD ROW: Bret Yeary, Isabel Van Horn, Carolyn Whitten, Mandy Schubert, Barbara Davis, Ben Barnett. FOURTH ROW: John Humphries, parliamentarian: Leslie Lenser, Kristina Zinke, Mary Hendricks, historian: Rbecca Lawrence, Leisa Hamm, Mark Yanta, Nicola Fuentes. FIFTH ROW: Michael Cotton, president: Leslie Leitzy, vice president: Rhonda Franklin, Greg Dennis, treasurer: Michael Wilmington, Eva McGee, Philip Massirer, Michael Harper, Gary Marlow. OFFICERS: Leslie Leitzy, Michael Cotton, Greg Dennis, Mary Hendricks, John Humphries. NOT PICTURED: Myra Chickering. 5. R525 r 4- -1 :E . I ,Qw- ...,. . . nf- -, sf fs If ma.: ........ - YL ,N 'fa' My X N . - As.:...:x......- .... . x - f.- . Tx' SS3.......,.....:,.. .... - Organizations 415 42nd Street Forty-second Street was performed in Rudder Audito- rium February 27. This 1981 Tony Award winner was a song and dance musical telling the story of a girl with a dream for Broadway. After meeting up with a producer, her talent is discovered and her dream comes true. Oldest Living Graduate The Oldest Living Graduate was performed in Rudder Auditorium on April 24. This musical wrapped up the year by following a Texas Sesquicentennial theme. The play dealt with a man living in Texas who was found to be the oldest living graduate from the Military Academy in Galveston. The man owned a piece of land in Texas which he kept untouched to savor past memories. After having a stroke and remembering all of his college friends who had passed away, he realized everything must change and decid- ed to give the land to his son to devleop. Cyrano De Bergerac Tragedy and unrequited love filled the stage of Rudder Theater when Cyrano de Bergerac was performed. Actor John Cullum played a sharp-witted Cyrano, quick with both words and sword, but ever-so-conscious of his long protrud- ing nose. The play revolves around Cyrano's love for Rox- ane, played by Megan Gallagher. The classic tangle of deceit and unrequited love was ap- proached at first in a light and witty manner as Cyrano falls in love with Roxane, who in turn falls in love with Christian. Christian and Cyrano join forces to impress Roxane. The play turned more somber when Christian and Cyrano are sent to the front line to fight. Christian, now married to Roxane, sends her numerous love letters, which Cyrano has composed. Roxane, very much in love with the author of the letters, rushes to the front line, but Christian is killed before Roxane discovers the truth. Roxane does not discover Cyra- no is the true one she loves until he is fatally wounded. They exchange vows of love in a touching scene at the end, which inspired more than one tear to drop in the audience. ABOVE: vimy filled the Stage as me 1981 Tony eeS'S legendary swerdsman-poet. John Cullum. was a Award winner for Best Musical, 42nd Street, came to Story Of l-lllfeql-llfed leve- 6 L fe A8cM. RIGHT: Cyrano de Bergerac, the epic by Fran- l 4 HOMETO CL " : 'Q if hz .- 7,,.Z.,4, - - f 1,-H, -,V 5 , V .V 1 4 'fy' "-,- - I Z 2 2 1' 'Z' 'Y I ' 2 2 f V 2 1 . A. , Q 4 7 f , 4 , -' 1 2 2 Z Z 2 3 f 4 ' V 1 .' Z Z 7 'Z 5 1 I - : ' Q Z ? 3 Z 5 f : ' I 1 4 I F I f Y- ' , 2 2 2 2 4 2 , ' A 2 Z Z 'Z iw! Q , , . 1 ' .-an ' .AW ,i aa, f , A" amy, ' ffwpdffixri bil , !,Zf.,--N' "-"-A ., 1:2 I J. .-x'Z,f--Q-A ,-""x- X I ..Z.uzZe ' .N iL:a1:..' Hill County Hometown Club Founded 180075 gg as.:-5 f Q.. .J 1 'E as l-' HILL COU TY -1 Name: Hill County Hometown Club Founded: n fa Purpose: To promote fellowship between those students from Hill County. Activities: Pre-yell practice parties. Membership: 40 Id6l1tSZ FIRST ROW: Fawn Haynes, secretaryg Denise Grmela, Roger Grantham, presidentg Robert W. Scott, treasurerg Jason Clinkscales, Lizzy Peterson, vice presidentg Shannon Duckworth. SECOND ROW: Holly Poston, Denise Cooley, Virginia Standefer, Susan Psencik, Theresa Johnson. THIRD ROW: Jeffrey Earl, Mike Stufflebeme, Joe Booth, Ron Eubank, Matthea Hoermann. OFFICERS: Robert Scott, Fawn Haynes, Lizzy Peterson, Roger Grantham. di ,5 -Q .Ng Organizations 417 418 Organizations --1 Abilene l- Name: Abilene Hometown Club Founded: nfa Purpose: To allow members to keep in touch with old friends while meeting new friends. Activities: Fall get-together, Spring party. Membership: 30 Idefltsl FIRST ROW: Jana Brewington, Elizabeth Parker, LaWanda Jo Beal, treasurer, Sabrina Sanders. SECOND ROW: Craig Gregory, David Meyers. Robert Lehrer, president, Renee Dix. THIRD ROW: James Ervin, Stephen Gray, Nancy Nelsen, David Knapp. FOURTH ROW: Steven Hayes, Andrew Tong, Paul Woodfin, vice president, Mark Gee, Joe May. OFFICERS: Robert Lehrer, LaWanda Jo Beal, Paul Woodfin, lvin Name: Alvin Hometown Club Idents: FIRST ROW: Bari Mom, Niki Henry, Gina smickmeyer, Chamei , Euler, Leigh Largent. SECOND ROW: Stewart Baker, Rachel de Jongh, Founded' Christnie Chambers, Tony Flores, Kelly Shiflett. THIRD ROW: Thomas Purpose: To encourage new friendships fellow West, Roger King, Michael Chohrach, Mike Pyburn, Robby McGowan. from the Alvin area. Activities: Organized car pools home, parties for various events and participated in intramurals. Membership: 30 Organizations 419 --Beaumont Name: Beaumont Hometown Club Founded: nfa Purpose: Promotion of friendship among all Beaumont area students at Texas ASLM Activities: Ice Cream social, barbeques, dances and parties. Membership: 130 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Greg Kunz, Steve Ross, Steve Beck, B.J. Cohen, John Smith, Melissa Murphy. SECOND ROW: Debra Hendry, Maureen Hogan, Marian Broussard, Linda Miranda, Susan Matherson, Clarean Williams. THIRD ROW: Greg Beck, Bill Rafferty, Scott Arington, Bret Orr, Susan Aycock, Whit Mathews, Brandon Baden, Paul Barnett, Brenda Holland, Larry Collins. K! '25- Hi 1- Qs, 5' X. - 9 .u 4 O 91,1 s f", 7 1 . .. 420 Organizations T BOWIE COUNTY - Name: Bowie County Hometown Club Founded: 1981 Purpose: Striving to allow Bowie students to remain in contact and share news about home and to have a good time. Activities: Parties, intramural volleyball and softball. Membership: 20 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Carla Everett, treasurer, Stacey Hall, Rhonda Grider, president, Mary Terrell, vice president, Tim Graham, Mikkie Bodeker. SECOND ROW: Nell Windle, Denise McDaniel, Lance Montgomery, Jeff Addison, Brian Gilliam, Melide McMichael. THIRD ROW: Jayme Duffer, Mark Perry, John Hal Wood, Leland Harris, Gary T. Old, David McDaniel, Jennifer Dempsey. OFFICERS: Mary Terrell, Rhonda Grider, Carla Everett. Organizations 421 422 Organizations !' 661' Park Name: Deer Park Hometown Club Founded: 1984 Purpose: Allows Deer Park High School graduates to maintain close contact while at Texas A8rlVl. Activities: Annual picnic with the Amarillo Hometown Club, Deer Park High School "Senior Day at A8rM", organize a carpool system. Membership: 30 IdCIltS2 FIRST ROW: Cindy Hengst, treasurer, Luis Orosco, vice president, Jana Gibson, president, Shelley Gonzales, secretary, SECOND ROW: Bennie Methsede, Vickie Williams, Janet White, Pam Langston, Sandra Kolb, John Dang, Amy Young, Scott Geck, Greg Whitaker. THIRD ROW: David Herring, Ken Lewis, Diane Vaughn, Kay McDougald, Karen Hotfman, Chris Bedford, Frank Osuna Jr., Casey McGuire, Joey Ledinosky. FOURTH ROW: Raj Ahluwalia, John Kinzer, Mark Brown, Paul Klehn, Dan Byerly, Steven McDonald, Kevin Smith, Calvin Thomas Madison Jr. FIFTH ROW: Gary Hoffman, Michael Branch, Phil McDivitt, Bill Ubernosky, Larry Sehook, Chuck Landrum, Daniel Mendoza, Doug Vaughn. SIXTH ROW: Mike Bordelon, Kerry Koneony, Kevin Koneony. Greg Brown, Chuck Gunn. T De Soto Name: De Soto Hometown Club Founded: 1985 Purpose: A social fellowship of home- town friends and involvement in Texas ASLM activities. Activities: Parties, carpooling Membership: 25 Identsz FIRST ROW: Kim Mciiifay, Kendra Roberts, Tara Zinsmeister, Laurie Underwood. SECOND ROW: Andrea Vogrin, David Dorsett, Jimmy North, Patti Bain, Sheli Starnes, Davalyn Webb. THIRD ROW: Phillip Taylor, Mark Elmore, John Vitacca, David Grattendick, Danny Stegemoeller, Todd Worley. i Del Rio -- Name: Del Rio Hometown Club Founded: 1984 Purpose: Provides a social environ- ment for old friends and acquaint- ances to keep in touch through meet- ings, activities. and participation in university events. Activities: lntramural softball, the Big Event, various parties and activi- ties. Membership: 20 ' Del Rio is the hometown of Texas A8rM's first lady, Reveille. Idents: FIRST now: Andrea Lockhart, activities coordinator: John Nohrenberg. treasurerg Javier Castillon, presidentg Bobby Ross, secretary: Kathleen Smith, vice president, SECOND ROW: Cora Schuster, Al Gallelgos, Stanley Walker, John Longoria, THIRD ROW: Jerri Ross, Kyle Clint Garber. Loren D. White. Organizations -123 if 5.1 , . 1f,,g,', q, -ZLL, af 5, -iff- H- -B Name: Hurst-Euless-Bedford Hometown Club Founded: 1983 Purpose: To provide ride-sharing and package carrier services, counsel prospec- tive Texas A8rM students, organize social events, encourage parent participation at A8rM and to create and promote a fellowship among people who have an active interest in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford area. Activities: Freshman Watermelon party, endof-the-summer party, bus trips to away football games, Christmas Party, Spring Bash, and various activities with other hometown clubs. Membership: 70 ' Idelltsl MEMBERS PICTURED: Shari Williams, president, John Baldwin, vice president, Sandi Hancock, Bedford representative, Patrick Vondra, Euless representative, Steve Donaldson, Bell fish representative, David McKelvey, Bell fish representative, Missy Norton, Trinity fish representative, Amy Heinz, Nancy Nettleton, Lori Paul, Stacie Tanner, Dano Cobb, Stewart McCoy, Don Marshall, Scott West, Mark Stewart, Lisa Bellinghausen, Becky Epps, Mark Thibodeaux, Franny Ross, Al Arca, Tim Singletary, Jack Martin. 424 Organizations King ood Name: Kingwood Hometown Club Founded: 1985 Purpose: To increase public awareness of the Greater Kingwood Metropolitan Area through golf tournaments and cocktail parties. Activities: Parties, meetings, and golf tournaments. Membership: 100 Idents: FIRST ROW: sandra Douglas, Frances Tsang, Kevin Klein, Valerie Williams, Helen Wood, Susan Shormann, Melissa Meretsky, Sheryl Bonney, Christy Lynn Talley, Laura Dickerson. SECOND ROW: John Sexton, Erica Forst, Carrie Sutton, Monica Frick, Michelle Lawson, Michael Casey, Daniel Casey, Jay Clark. THIRD ROW: Kurt Wartenbach, Eva McGee, Susan White, Beth McManus, Jeff Hamilton, Chris Byrd, Lisa Felak. FOURTH ROW: Lewis Rogers, Scott Sandlin, Tracy Janik, Mark Barret, Jay Schroeder, Shane Matheny, Matthew Haydel. Organizations 425 'i-, .u. ,l 11.4 Q 'Q ,Q SX 4 X xx, wr 1 Q 426 Organizations ' Marshall Name: Marshall Hometown Club Founded: 1962 Purpose: To promote fellowship between students from Marshall and Harrison County. Activities: Parties Membership: 50 IdCl1tSZ FIRST ROW: Krisi McConnell, treasurer, Andrea Tullos, Bryan Harris, Scott Reagan, Greg Cordray, Cindy Lewis, Tatia Rogers. SECOND ROW: C. David Smith, Hugh Taylor, Tim Nutt, David Palmer, Deborah A. Wood. THIRD ROW: Sally LaGrone, Ron Sorensen, vice presidentp William Huffman, James Easton, social chairman, Will Burns, Patrick Ford, Judith Green. FOURTH ROW: Paul Barwick, John M. Morton, Ted Gardiner, Robert Martin, president, Avery Adcock, Chuck Snyder, Keith Ford, C. Wayne Simmons. OFFICERS: James Easton, Ron Sorensen, Kristi McConnell, Robert Martin. ' Medina County 1- Name: Medina County Hometown Club Founded: 1975 Purpose: To help members with problems, provide rides home and serve as a means of "keeping in touch" with people from Medina County. Activities: Holds a barbequed chicken fund raiser, awards a scholarship each year to an incoming freshman from Medina County, and sponsors a barbeque and dance each spring for former Texas ASLM students from Medina County. Membership: 30 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Joel Fohn, Yvette Garza. Kimberly Pettibon. president: Melissa Langefeld, Tammy Pettibon, reporter SECOND ROW: Jodye Sowa, Carol Nester, Beth Weinstrom, Wayne Ahr, advisor: John Rothe, vice president: Gary Koch, THIRD ROW: Patrick Debner. secretaryftreasurerg Chuck Zinsmeyer, Libby Nations. Bradley I-Iaby. Cynthia Clayzon, Joseph Koch. FOURTH ROW: Mark Reed, Darrin Biediger, Rebecca Hollmig, Lawrence Kris, David Bragg, Vaughn Davis, OFFICERS: John Rottie. Patrick Debner, Kimberly Pettibon, Tammy Pattibon, Wayne Ahr. Organization 47 428 Organizations MESQUITE Name: Mesquite l'lOmelOWll Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Andrea Harris, Kent Irvin, Ron Gentry, J Founded. Allen. SECOND ROW: Hoang Nguyen, Brian Sledge, Robert Babb Purpose: To allow Mesquite area students to meet each other and to find rides home. Activities: Mixers with other hometown clubs. Membership: 50 MID-J EF F ERSON COUNTY Name: Mid-Jefferson County Hometown Club Founded: 1984 Purpose: To strengthen friendships. Activities: Christmas Party, summer Aggie get-togethers and pizza parties. Membership: 50 IdCIltSI FIRST ROW: Kelly Judice, Janet Greer, Paula Plaia, president: Bryan LeBlanc, vice presidentg Angela Funk treasurerfsecretaryg Adina Ward. SECOND ROW: Tracy Wallace: Karen Van Boskirk, Rachel Hill, Kim Vincent, Stephanie Baque. THIRD ROW: Keith Van Boskirk, Kevin Stahl, Michael Rothmann, Kirk Stahl, Danny Ducharme, David Rocknic. Organizations 429 430 Organizations Panola Count Name: Panola County Hometown Club Founded: 1982 Purpose: To provide a chance for students to get together and to help newcomers from Pan- ola adjust to college life. Activities: Intramurals, Christmas dinner, and Fall Fish Fry. Membership: 20 Identsf FIRST ROW: Mark Scott, vice president, Kendra Thompson, secretaryftreasurerg Eric Reynolds, president. SECOND ROW: Wendy Richards, Jack Smith, Ricky Ballenger, Mark Doberson, Frank Tiller. THIRD ROW: Brandy Chandler, Andy Snow, Kevin Cariker, LeAnn Shivers, Cindy Moon Stacy. FOURTH ROW: Kelly Parker, Scott Thomas, Kevin Ashby, Jim Kelly, Bryan Stacy. mm t. Pleasant mmm? Name: Mt. Pleasant Hometown Club Founded: 1983 Purpose: To promote fellowship and to assist future Ag- gies ot Mt. Pleasant High School. Activities: Fall hamburger supper and group yell prac- tice attendance. Membership: 35 Idents: FIRST ROW: Denise Alexander, secretary, Eddy Anderson, president, Vonda Lawson, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Susan Moyle, Mariana Meyer, Joel Baldwin, Russell Alexander. Jay Kidwell, Melissa Spann, Leslie Barrett, Dewanna Maxton. THIRD ROW: Andy Fortenberry, Jimmy L Smith, Tim Landrum, Wesley Warren, Amanda Ermis, Tammy Hedgpeth, Wade Tatman, Thomas Buford. FOURTH ROW: Karen Abernathy, Caryn Leonberger. Michael Cooper, Lance Shepherd, Larry Matthews, Tammy Cooper FIFTH ROW: Tony Simpson, Randy Abernathy, Kyle Cooper. Scott Shumate, Jon Alexander, Mark Feagins, Bill Gohmert, Jim Ferguson. advisor. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Denise Alexander, Russell Alexander, Mariana Meyer, Mark Feagins. SECOND ROW: Eddy Anderson. Kyle Cooper, Thomas Buford, Wade Tatman. sr. Mg' lin..- 2' gomvumrr- -gif?-I ' f. T J! -"-PLN -1- Name: Plano Hometown Club Founded: 1983 Purpose: To bring Aggies from the Plano and sur- rounding areas together. Activities: Big Event, arrange rides home, and circu- late directories of Plano students. Membership: 50 Idents: FIRST ROW: Mike schnmkef, Charles Gum, Don Harvey, Larry Steffen, vice presidentg Mary Ellen Garland, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Carol Caldwell, secretary: Joe Streit. THIRD ROW: Dee Little, president. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Dee Little. SECOND ROW: Carol Caldwell, Larry Steffen, Mary Ellen Garland. X -nn PORT RTHUR Name: Port Arthur Hometown Club Founded: 1926 Purpose: To promote relations between Aggies from Port Arthur Activities: Christmas Party, Spring Break Party, and Summer Party. Membership: 35 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Larry Babineaux, Anna Selinidis, Patti Scrivner, Mary Beth Draughon, Donna Brawnlee, Bobby Brownlee. SECOND ROW: Cate Carabelle, Milli Higgs, Karen Perciful, Randy Hebert, Rhonda Manuel, Joy Swanzy. THIRD ROW: Robert Steck, Marty Roos, Michael Alston, Jeff Sweat, Scott Bass, Lawrence Brown, FOURTH ROW: David Avery, Howard Stecl-4, Michael Harper, Gary E. Lapham, Paul Knippel, Risa Rising. Organizations 433 434 Organizations POSSUM KI GDOM Name: Possum Kingdom Hometown Club Founded: 1984 Purpose: Promote Aggie spirit from the Possum King- dom area. Activities: Fall Barbeque, quiz file, freshman help ser- vice and ride locator. Membership: 30 Id6IltSZ FIRST ROW: Mary Nanny, secretaryftreasurerg Todd Latham, vice presidentg Teresa Rice, president. SECOND ROW: T. Scott Hart, Cindy Wheat, J. Michael Lee, Katie Dickie. THIRD ROW: Cristie Chandler, Russell Swaringen, Cardlyn Foster, Tom Key. FOURTH ROW: Brad Ways, Seth Vays, Philip Carter, Frank Payne. 1. Y i .I 'F 1 ::- ' - I tf'-4 5 1-2 gm 4 ., - I Lubbock Name: Lubbock Hometown Club Founded: 1984 Purpose: To bring Texas A8rM students from the Lubbock area together and to provide transportation home. Activities: Attending Yell Practice, ice cream socials, and picnics. Membership: 35 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Tami Word, Angie Payne, vice president, Janet Supak, secretary: Deborah West, president: Greg Henderson, Lisa Hutchens, Dahlia Cavazos. SECOND ROW: Carol Horne, Whitney Coxon, Michelle Goolsby, Deanna Morgan, Mathew Howard, Claudia Peng, Wayne Supak. THIRD ROW: Tina Terrell, Natalie Nelson. Criag White, Dub Wade, Jimmie Wheeler, Lee Ann Snodgrass, Karen Supak. FOURTH ROW: Ray Fernandez, Clay Baker, Jim Jameson, Robert Wilmington, Jeff Crouch, Sharon Foreman. IQ li :-. J, Organizations 435 40 Life St. Louis Symphony The Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of nationally acclaimed Leonard Slatkin, opened the 1985- 86 OPAS concert season on September 12. The two-hour performance opened with Czech composer Antonin Dvorak's overture, "Carnival" which depicted a late 1800,s traveler swept into the festivities of a Bohemian carnival. The ballet score of "Billy the Kid," by the Aaron Copland, was performed in its entirety. The four movements of Russian composer Peter Tchai- kosky's "Symphony No. Four in Fruinos," encompassed the remainder of the concert. The symphony crescendoed in tempo with each succeeding movement until it reached a climactic ending of instrumental sound and motion. Slatkin conducted a short selection of music as an encore to the concert. One audience member commented that dur- ing the less exciting parts of the evening's music, Leonard Slatkin "brought the music to life." Hal Holbrook Actor Hal Holbrook delighted the Bryan-College Station area audience January 28, 1986 with his Mark Twain To- night performance The one-man show, where he "be- comes" Twain, is the on-going brainchild of Holbrook who created the act when attending Dennison University in the late 4O's. After graduation, he was forced to perform it to support his family, Even after countless acting positions and three Emmy Awards for "Sandburg's Lincolnf, "The Sena- tor," and i'Pueblo," he continues the show. For reasons that only Holbrook understands, Mark Twain Tonight does not remain the same. Some 1800 perfor- mances reveal differently time and again that he has "pene- trated the man's soul" as Elliot Norton, Boston Herald American, has remarkedg and that no set program is needed to please his audiences. Hubbard Street Dance Company Artistic director Leo Conte of the Hubbard Street Dance Company created a fine show of modern and contemporary dance, ballet, jazz and tap. His fourteen dancers entertained the Rudder audience November 17 with various numbers to keep hands clapping and feet tapping. The Company, originally formed in 1977, trains and at- tracts accomplished dancers. They have been described as usleek, well-trained . . . full of personality" dancers who dance "as if they and the audience were friends." The four- teen moved with remarkable control tothe guest choreogra- phy of Clare Bataille, John McFall and Lynne Taylor. Four star showl Chamber Music Society of Lincoln The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, consid- ered the umusical success story of the generation," came to Texas A8zM on October 18. Charles Wadsworth, artistic director of the production, played piano along with the other four musicians, Gervase DePeyer, Ida Kavafian, Ik-Hwan Bae, and Walter Trampler who played the clarinet, violins fBae and Tramplerj, and viola respectively. This second production of the OPAS Xlll season consisted of music from Stravinsky, Mozart, Brahms, and Schumann. Thyra Plass of the Bryan-College Station Eagle commented that the Chamber Music Society was "one of the true high- lights of the . . . season." i ' 1 1 i r TOP: OPAS brought the Hubbard Street Dance chestra at an OPAS production. RIGHT: Th Company to Texas A8cM for a cultural perfor- moves of the Hubbard Street Dance Compan mance in jazz, tap, and ballet. ABOVE: Leonard delights audiences in Rudder Auditorium. Slatkin conducts the St. Louis Symphony Or- 4 4 - WICHIT CO NTY - Name: Wichita County Area Hometown Club Founded: 1983 Purpose: To provide companionship and a sup- port group for students from the Wichita County area. Activities: Annual get-acquainted mixer, meet- ings. Membership: 28 Idents: Fmsr ROW: Shane Landry, Tonja seneef, Billy Hoffman, Sharon Cassidy, James Howerton. SECOND ROW: Melissa Reser, Carla Wolf, John E, Gonzales, Edward Robinson, Victor B. Taylor, Kim Dunn. THIRD ROW: Willis N. Ward Jr., Roger A. Beall, Tom Finn, John Day, Steve Clements, Mark Wilde. FOURTH ROW: Barry Meyer, Andy Combs, Dean Kellodd, Greg King, Randall Chapin, Bence Brown. 436 Organizations WHARTO COU TY Name: Wharton County Hometown Club Founded: 1985 Purpose: To promote unity among students of the county, to meet new friends and reacquaint with old friends. Activities: Parties, intramural participation, work on Parents' Day Weekend. Membership: 30 Idents: FIRST ROW: Jenny Barra, Jose Castro, president, Mary Gibbs, reporter, Patty Perches, Frank Jarrish Jr., Jana Lyn Rmeili, Andy Gibbs, secretaryg Elizabeth Castro, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Bonzales, Leigh Ann Collins, Gaynell Howell, Allison Wilson, Laura Pogue, Trey Maffett. THIRD ROW: Laurie Shumbera, Merrill Swanson, Greg Swoboda, John Carlson, Bruce Caraway, Brad Rapp, Marilyn Mahalite. FOURTH ROW: Darren Mathews, Bob Miska, Brian Koehl, Foster Ullmann, Jonathan Nash, Scott Spring. EXP' 9-li? wtf ,I Q.. ,,,,,,,M. ' 79. ein?-. he ' -I rx ' 1 YO KUM Name: Yoakum Hometown Club Founded: 1984 Purpose: nfa Activities: Intramural softball team, parties, meetings, Membership: 40 Id6IltS! FIRST ROW: David Hvabovsky, Sharon Garrard, senior vice president, Denise Mikulenka, Gloria Veceva, Kim Tolbert, Sarah Bohuslav, sophomore vice president, Veronica Hermes, treasurer, Tracey Rutledge, Laurie Matusek, social secretary. SECOND ROW: James Blaschke, Larry Mueller, Blake Janak, Anthony Hermes, president, Randy Hermes, freshman vice president, Gayle Mikulenka, Melinda Janak. THIRD ROW: James M. Ogg, Matt DeSmet, Kirby Garrett, Scott Blundell, Brian Janak, Dean Janak, Dennis Mudd, Steve Morris. FOURTH ROW: Mark Mikulenka, Cameron Scott, Kevin Arnold, Denny Barre, junior vice president, Lawrence Matusek, secretary, Rex Perrard, Scott Moehlman, Ken Kvinta. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Veronica Hermes, Laurie Matusek, Sarah Bohuslav, Sharon Garrad. SECOND ROW: Anthony Hermes, Denny Barre, Lawrence Matusek, Randy Hermes. Eff' Organizations 437 STUDE TCE TER Bt!- Q' Town Hall Founded 1950,s 438 Organ "- HOSPITALITY l- Name: Memorial Student Center Hospitality Founded: 1915 Purpose: To be the official host committee of the University. Activities: Miss Texas A8:M Pageant, receptions and programs for different campus and community organizations, and the Aggie Christmas Fair. Membership: 170 Idelltsi OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Dawne Shippee, public relations director: Karen Chen, secretaryg Christy Lynn Talley, vice chairmang Kimberly Bray, personnel director: Bonnie Bejarano, pageant director. SECOND ROW: Pauline Gura, receptions directorg Olga Perez-Garcia, chairmang Kim Wallace, special events director. THIRD ROW: David McSwain, treasurer and fundraising director: Jim Hart, tours director. FOURTH ROW: Kristi Gill, fashion directorg Sandy Wesch, historiang Eddie Garcia, intraacommittee relations: Betsy Dunks, campus and community relations: Michele Fluitt, executive committee resources, FIFTH ROW: Carrie Powell, executive committee resources. Organizations 439 '++ 1 MSC COU CIL Name: Memorial Student Center Council Founded: 1951 Purpose: To provide the students of Texas A8aM with exciting and challenging leadership opportunities in a variety of vvays: programming, financial planning and publicizing. lt also provides services to the campus and community in the four areas of cultural, recreational entertainment and educational. Activities: Meet bimonthly to make major decisions and imple- ment policy regarding the MSC and speakers for the program- ming committees. Membership: 50 Id6I1tSI FIRST ROW: Rhonda Snider, Battalion editor, David Klosterboer, exec. v. p, programs, Denis Lee Davis, MSC president, William Duncan, v. p. for cultural programs, Carolyn Brown, v, p, operations: Jim Reynolds, MSC director, Jody Weiss, v. p, public relations. SECOND ROW: Jill Thrash, v. p. for development, Robert Bisor, executive v. p., Tim Fitzsibbon, v. p. educational programs: Perry Eichor, v. p. finance: Robert Hawkins, exec. v, p. adminstration, Dr. Roger G. Feldman, faculty representative, Sharon Gibson, v. p. entertainment programs. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Jennifer Green, director of budgets, Camille Clark, director of council assistant program, Linda Hartman, director of committee development. SECOND ROW: Valerie Gross, director of advertising and publicity, Meg Cadigan, director of freshmen leadership dynamics, Michael Harper, director of internal services, Nicola Evenies, director of promotions: Aleta E. Parks, director of operational planning and research. MSC COUNCIL ASSISTANTS: FIRST ROW: Tricia Morgan, Will Hines, Kris Crenwelge, Brett Thompson, Laura Lindenborn, J. Orlando Muna, Andrea Smith. SECOND ROW: Linda Haddox, Katie Ferguson, Alan Cannon, Traci Ryan, Claudie Pens. THIRD ROW: Kim Green, Dianne Whitehorn, Scott Lewis, Pam Thallman, Natalie Hopkins. FOURTH ROW: Scott Herbold, Mike Veatch, Ed Hinson, Todd Reck, John Heye, Julia Rosprim. 4-40 Organizations Organizations 441 it-rf ,' q! .L 382, ' GGIE CI EMA- Name: Memorial Student Center Aggie Cinema Founded: 1952 Purpose: To present the full spectrum of films, from favorite classics to international features. Activities: Present movies to the campus community four days per week. Membership: 80 IIICIIISI FIRST ROW: Holly McGuire, Casey Malarcher, Kent Gilliam, box office manager, Gregg Steele, chairman, Christine Stephenson, Gail Christeson, house manager, Suzy Folkerth. SECOND ROW: James Mudra, box office manager, Kathi Kim, John Bruns, Phuong Tiet, Susan Shaun Smith, Laurie Duigon, Carol Sissom. THIRD ROW: Cindy Bell, Larry Berger, film manager, Karen Gremminger, treasurer, Lois Sicking, vice chairman of membership, Pete McDonald, assistant treasurer, Rex Baldazo, box office manager, Jeff Bishop. FOURTH ROW: Scott Kirkham, house manager, Mike Gardner, assistant vice chairman of public relations, Marshall Divita, executive vice chairman, Steve Ingram, vice chairman of public relations, Bobby Johnson, Eric Woodard, executive aide membership. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: James Mudra, Gregg Steele. SECOND ROW: Kent Gilliam, Karen Gremminger, Pete McDonald, Gail Christeson. THIRD ROW: Larry Berger, Mike Gardner, Marshall Divita, Steve Ingram, Rex Baldazo. FOURTH ROW: Scott Kirkham, Lois Sicking, Eric Woodard. 442 Oroanizations T Name: MSC All-Night Fair Founded: nfa Purpose: To provide a carnival-type atomos- phere for Texas ASLM registered organizations through individual booths. They receive a small profit from the sell of tickets in exchange for participation in the games. Activities: The Fair in March Membership: 22 Idents: Fmsr ROW: Julie Moore, public relations chairman: Lisa Smith, Kathleen O'Reilly, chairman: Urussa Jabbar, Shari Castagnos. SECOND ROW: Marian Broussard, personnel: Penny Pennington, entertainment: Nancy Nettleton. Meyerer Miller, decorator: Linda I-Ierklotz. THIRD ROW: Howard Garb, operations: Scott Ripperger. Greg Finn, finance: Edward Brussel, administration. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Julie Moore, Kathleen O'Reilly. SECOND ROW: Penny Pennington, Edward Brussel, Meyerer Miller. THIRD ROW: Howard Garb. Marian Broussard, Greg Finn. Organizations 443 LL-NIGHT FAIR - 444 Organizations Dinner Theater Name: Memorial Student Center Dinner Theater Founded: nfa Purpose: To give students the opportunity to run dinners and produce theater presentations. Dinner Theater is in charge of all the public relations for the shows as well as handling the dinners. Activities: MSC Dinner Theater presents two summer performances in conjunction with the Theater Arts department. Each performance runs for four nights. Membership: 10 IdCl'ltSZ FIRST ROW: Tammy Lee, Nancy Durrenberger, chairman. SECOND ROW: Keri Hairston, Michelle Davis, treasurerg Thomas Hanus, vice chairman of finance, THIRD ROW: Sharon McNealey, B.J. O'Rourke, vice chairman of foocl programs. willi--F pun- ill - CAMERA COMMITTEE 1 Name: Memorial Student Center Camera Committee Founded: 1950 Purpose: To provide photographers of all skills levels access to classes, darkrooms and speakers. Activities: Sponsors a photography contest in the fall, photographs the "Official Bonfire Print" to earn revenue, and holds photography classes. Membership: 20 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Glen McLean, Patricia Wise, Cathy Dryden, Harsh Parikh, Nancy Cohen, Robin Powell, Ajey Chandra. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Pratt, Brian Crosby, Cindy Steiner, Joe Don Wright, Hope Warren, Yeonski Cheong, Jennifer Geddes. THIRD ROW: Susan Newsom, Chandra James, Kyle Owen, Jeff Lasater, Lane Henderson, Tracy Wells, Hui Suns Choe, FOURTH ROW: Don Higgins, Jed Graham, Phil Wisseman, Robert Davidson, Robert Bondy, Randy Kolb, Jon Karp, Michael Radmann, Officers: FIRST ROW: Brian Crosby, vice chairman of darkroomsg Cindy Steiner, newsletter editor, Randy Kolb, vice chairman finance, Hope Warren, vice chairman student development: Ajey Chandra, vice chairman spo photography. SECOND ROW: Hui Sung Choe, vice chairman of programs, Jon Karp, vice chairman of classes, Tracy Wells, chairman, Robert Bondy, vice chairman of Bonfire: Michael Radmann, vice chairman of contests, Jennifer Geddes, vice chairman of public relations. ,fb 'B 'xc Lx " Q' fi? ii , 1 'S , A af ,f L fi' lst J' 4914 Q W gi xx R W R x , , F Ei X M ,,- , , , he-gg' .W .... 4" ',,,-,, I 4: if 1 If . 43? '1 ff: ,Q JL'-Q? '. - - 'f?f1Q':':f 'Ti' A ll S. 2' 446 Organizations Name: MSC Cepheid Variable Founded: 1967 Purpose: To program events in the area of science fiction and fantasy for the entire campus and community. Activities: Thursday night film series, Aggie Con, a science fiction conven- tion held in the Spring and special speakers. Membership: 140 IIICIIISI FIRST ROW: Martha Wells, Brian Massey, Beth Miller, Cathy Ruedinser, Purna Murthy, Otto Cordray. SECOND ROW: Mike Kamei, John Glezen, Michele Smith, Neva Crouse, Yvonne DeGraw, Mike Travbert, Nadine Brooks, Steve Grape, Robin Shear, Helo Chen. THIRD ROW: Keith Krum, Chris Roth, Tina Ahr, Wes Copas, Pete Christian, John Moebring, Alex Borders. FOURTH ROW: Mark McCann, Kevin Raley, Jackson Roberts, Tom Reinarts, Rick Lenz, Noe Gutierezz, Diana, David Reed, John Beadles, Doc Hyde. Officers: FIRST ROW: Martha Wells, Otto Cordray. SECOND ROW: Beth Miller, Yvonne DeGraw. THIRD ROW: John Glezen, Michele Smith, Nadine Brooks, Puma Murthy. FOURTH ROW: Tom Reinarts, Mike Travbert, Keith Krum. FIFTH ROW: Mike Kamei, Brian Massey. CEPHEID RIABLE l 1 College Bowl Name: Memorial Student Center College Bowl Founded: 1979 Purpose: To run a 40 team campus trivia tournament and select a winner to represent A8zM in regional and national competition. Activities: Student tournament in the fall, banquet for winning team and All-Stars, regional competition in the spring. Membership: l2 FIRST ROW: Mary Wilson, v.o. student development: Janice Green, chairmang James R. Damm. SECOND ROW: Jett Bishop, v.o. of public relationsg Tom Blakeney, treasuren B. J, O'Rourl-te. executive vice chairman. Organizations 44 pg a. A ...V F, -1-,M-,,,T, -1 GREAT ISSUE l Name: MSC Great lssues Founded: n fa Purpose: To present a wide variety of qualified speakers for diverse topics. Activites: Marc Berkowitzg Auchvvitz survivor will give a special presentation and an economics program will be initiat- ed. Membership: 25 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Ajay Raj, vice chairman economics: Natalie Hopkins, Jerry Rosiek, vice chairman: Aaron Samelson, programmer: Brian Cohen, director of operations. SECOND ROW: Sue Krenek, Todd Brown, Cheryl Lockett, Kyhl Amosson, programmer: Andy Dastur, research director: Nancy Durrenberger, student development. THIRD ROW: Kent I-lutson, Jim Schicker, chairman: Mark Wilson, Shelly Oliver, executive programmerg Richard Montgomery, Tony Zaccagnino, special projects. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Brian Cohen, Shelly Oliver, Ajay Raj, Nancy Durrenberger. SECOND ROW: Kyhl Amosson, Aaron Samelson, Andy Dastur. THIRD ROW: Tony Zaccagnino, Jim Schilker, Jerry Rosiek. ,gm-. 448 Organizations l LOST 8: FO Name: Memorial Student Center Lost and Found Auc- tion Committee Founded: n fa Purpose: To present an auction in the fall and spring to generate funds for other student programs in the MSC. Activities: Fall and Spring Lost and Found Auctions. Membership: 20 Identsz FIRST ROW: Mana Casas, public relations chairman: Anthony Murphree, treasurerg Marilyn Swenson, committee chairman. SECOND ROW: Diane Salinas, Catherine DeVerter. Anthony Goclinich, Stephanie Parker, Lisa Williams, THIRD ROW: Pam Jenson, Robert Anderson, Chris Boyd, Julie Lyles. Peter Silvester. Organizations 449 La -A 1 3 5 5 ADX. rv i i T- LITERARY ARTS 2'- Name: Memorial Student Center Literary Arts Founded: 1984 Idelltsl EIRST ROW: Karen Antell, Holly McGuire, Norlizah Mohd Nor, Susie Boyer, Sherri Bowen, chairman, Paul Henry, advisor. SECOND ROW: Nydia Cabello, Karla LeCroy, Victoria Gaumer, Laura Boyer, Salmdra Norton. THIRD Purpose: To promote literary awareness to the University and to ROW: John Cottingham, Erin Shaw, Bill Stephens, Charlie Erlandson, Chuck publish a student literary magazine that provides an outlet for Corbett, Jeff Cannon. FOURTH ROW: Amy Genette, Charles Garcia, Emily Lee, Stephen M. Hale, Sam Buchmeyer, Patrick A. Zinn, Eric Polzer. student creativity and talent. Activities: Lectures by well-known authors from various literary genres, writing workshops, and publication of "Litmus." Membership: 30 450 Organizations I v 1 n oz' sim . If XX x f-f L' g 4 -- Madngal Dlnners T Name: Memorial Student Center Madrigal Dinners Founded: 1980 Purpose: To provide yuletide fun and spirit and to capture the highlights of the renaissance era. Activities: Annual Madrigal Dinner Performances. Membership: 20 FIRST ROW: Michelle Davis, Lisa Walisora, director of prop and design, Sharon McNealy, director of student development: Nancy Durrenberger, chairman. SECOND ROW: Elaine Knodell, Carmen Laura Martinez, committee cast laisong Eileen Walker, Stephanie Moll, Lucy Peterson. THIRD ROW: J.D. Wallace. Mark Yelverton, Gumby Harrison, Tristyn Manderscheid. FOURTH ROW: Darren Rudloff, Robert Rust, Doug Berny, Brad Beard, James Lund, Bob Binsh. 5 , LQ- gi 'ua -- t'1'7'?-if QI ' Y -. 'ark , fi- f V' 3-5 ' .iii fl 'S 3- 415 , 4' 'f ' . i':x"fQ,f'5'Yf+'ix!V?"9 'K ' - ,. ,,., - w,-,-- , . .-- ,.., .L-fs, Y L. - -,z ,-.- - - Y afar 4 1- - - A . -'f " '-.- '-1' Q " ' 'Q ,'9ON" -'. ,'-Q I'j.2::',.ff-5' F7-' ' A ' -, -gs,-' '52 li ' QQ-'Z q+kJ -1- 1-5 -i'w'-,' n Organizations 451 452 Orga OPAS Name: Memorial Student Center Gpera and Performing Arts Society Founded: 1972 Purpose: Presents quality performing art programming to the students of Texas A8rM and to the Bryan-College Station Area. Activities: Different programs of interest during the year such as the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Vienna Choir- boys, and the Houston Ballet. Membership: 85 Idelltsf OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Marlene Kotzur, Anne Black, SECOND ROW: Alissa Kirksey, Nancy Nelsen, Kelly McCabe, Jody Boarnet, THIRD ROW: Mike Jones, Wendel Lloyd, Eileen O'Brien. FOURTH ROW: Greg Barnes. ..,... has-HJ ' U.. f . 4' cf. , Nl, 4, fx ,, 194 4-I-, .1- fi if mf is Organizations 453 if 2 . - POLITICAL FORUM - Name: Memorial Student Center Political Forum Founded: 1967 Purpose: To educate the Texas A8zlVl community by having speakers on the state, national and international levels. Activities: Speakers, Washington D. C. trip and Political Awareness Day. Membership: 150 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Kenda Culpepper, Suzanne Hall, Jody Kay Manley, publicityfadvisory board, Paige Kirby, Brian Cohen, Ann Levy, Stuart Dunn. SECOND ROW: Melanie Sattler, Tonya Paulette, Liz Manzano, Jeff Reeves, Natalia Bovee, Erika Bondy, travelfspecial eventsg Heidi Kemp, state program. THIRD ROW: Katie Shuman, chairman, Luis Moreno, John Dickson, international programsg Derek Blakeley, Karen Owens, Andy Dastur. FOURTH ROW: Rafaez Rivera, Michelle Moore, Nickie Fuentes, Scott Cloud, Clay Baker, Hyland Knecht. FIFTH ROW: Travis Keath, Mark McCann, Jennifer Lindsay, Warren Reed, Rob Lyons, Erik Adams, Glenn Murtha, fundraising. OFFICERS: Erika Bondy, Katie Shuman, Glenn Murtha, John Dickson, Heidi Kemp, Jody Kay Manley, Ann Levy, 454 Organizations 'QF- ariety Show Name: Memorial Student Center Variety Show Founded: nfa Purpose: To work together to present a professional showcase of Aggie talent. Activities: The Variety Show is presented during Parent's Weekend. Membership: 30 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Beth Rutz, Shannon Brune, Staci Parkman, Rebecca Terry. SECOND ROW: John D. Beury, Barb McGregor, Rebecca Swygert, Heidi Zook, Jill Urban, Sarah Neidisk. THIRD ROW: Tyna Jacob, Marci Bush, Francie Horvath, Cindy Cook, Julie Simmons, Kerrie Payne. FOURTH ROW: Jill Notdurft, Cheryl Hans, Ken Lewis, Barbara Peters, Sharon Dohmann, Cara Brunsan. FIFTH ROW: Stephen Cunningham, Todd Frazier, Terry R. Marsaw, David Purinton, Scott Creecy. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Beth Rutz, recruiting and promotions, Shannon Brune, personnel, Staci Parkmen, chairman, Rebecca Terry, audition sub-chairman, SECOND ROW: John D. Beury, stage and technical: Barb McGregor, treasurer, Rebecca Swygert, judges chairman, Terry Marsaw, advisor: Heidi Zook, programs chairman, Jill Urban, public relations assistant: Sarah Neidisk, public relations chairman. C7 I S -, , Ad. , in fl -S l Organizations 455 A MLA ,er 'A 3: J, I ,if fb t' 'V , ,,.',w'v 'ff '41 7. .' Q, " . -5 Ffh . i f gf. ""'f,i 1- I , , N.-0 f Q f af' ., I' fl 1 . L . , Z.--Lfzr , x V 1 ,a511g.,, X- 1. -Q .vw ,Q-:V QM 11.13.Q,-. -3-Uwe:-'f. ,. 1- , '22,-sr: 'I' ."f:5N: 5-iq, 7. 'fs'fjfs,',fQf.l -A fl :Z 2 QTSHHTT5 f it "fn: :L , Q ai1z'.'.f ,..,,,. '-,mf Vg f. .qi hi 7,941 ff A gl 'zQ?!'?L ' " .-Q: Qfy ' ff,fQZ,A:f jwpv fn, '2'2E?f-53' ' ,fm , f .lf-Q! ' 4 .. f ., .. viii? .pq , .Q wg-.. :QW 1:1 'fa :SL fiflrf f A f -g 4 sz-S323 1 - ti qfffv ' , 95 1 -9 ?'1,f- .:4:g1f- Y il V! SaqEnH -I xg 5, . 1 ff SCONA Name: Memorial Student Center Student Conference on National Affairs Founded: 1955 Purpose: Provides a conference on National Affairs where views can be exchanged on important issues and to produce the future leaders of the world. Activities: National Conference Membership: 120 IdCI1tSI ROW ONE: Randy Chandler, Theresa Chiang, Brad Harwick, Linda Thomas, Sandra Goeking, Karen Lee, Coleen Flynn, Holly Helt, Jody Weiss. ROW TWO: Deyanira Romo, Amina Naqi, Lynn Sauer, Laura Gibbs, Gage Muckleroy, Karen Telschow, Ann Ruscher, Johanna Mattingly, Wendy Johnson, Julie Houser, Hui-Jen Shiau. ROW THREE: Darin Cowart, Kim Tevveleit, Laura Battle, Neil Anderson, Marae Lehnert, Stephanie Sowell, Linda Porter, Deidre Guy, Eric Kelly, David Klosterboer. ROW FOUR: Fernando De La Garza, Douglas Moore, Charles Dickson, Maria Martellotto, Julie Burbridge, Christine LaPaugh, Cindy Osoba, Amy Heinz, Marcia Pinson, Kirk Kistner. ROW FIVE: Perri Postma, Paul Michael Williams, Rick Hamilton, David Jones, Ancel Nunn, Steve Peck, MaryAnn Ford, Leslie Glasser. ROW SIX: Richard Rabel, Bryan Tantzen, Wesley Dean, Louis Fancher Ill, Curt Moore, Susan Stich, Will Hay, Ben Barnett, OFFICERS: ROW ONE: Theresa Chiang, advisor, Jody Weiss, student development subchairman, Brad Harwick, executive vice chairman, Linda Thomas, chairman, Sandra Goeking, planning subchairmang Holly Helt, vice chairman printing and graphics, Coleen Flynn, vice chairman of domestic delegates: Karen Lee, operations subchairman. ROW TWO: Laura Gibbs, vc trainingg Kirk Kistner, vc fund drives, Ann Ruscher, vc personnel: Deidre Guy, vc of international delegates, Gage Muckleroy, vc foundations, Wendy Johnson, vc public affairs. ROW THREE: Marae Lehnert, vice chairman of hospitality, Susan Stich, subchairman of public relations: Bryan Tantzen, finance subchairman, Will Hay, vc of topic development: Randy Chandler, vice chairman of round table co- chairman. 4:m6 Organizations 5 Dr, Andrew Hess was among many of the distinguished Q guest speakers invited to speak at SCONA 31 on the 5 Middle East. Organizations 457 Town Hall Name: Memorial Student Center Town Hall Founded: 1950 Purpose: To bring a variety of entertainment to Texas A8rM and the BryanfCollege Station community. Activities: Broadway plays including Cyrano de Bergerao and 42nd Street and concerts including Night Ranger and George Strait. Membership: 120 ICICIIISI EXECUTIVE OFFICERS: Wendy Cochrane, chairman: Steve Griner, vice chairman-Broadway: Susan Polarolo, vice chairman-concerts, Paige Mann, vice chairman-club. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Denise Ali, director of tinancesg Chris Beshears, director of public relations, Ken Regan, finance chairmang Kathy Heye, secretary, Gail Loomer, ads chairman, Sandy Sellers, HSLR chairman, Shelly Hendeson, director of development. SECOND ROW: Mason Carnes, special project chairman, Karen Leatherman, banner chairmang Mike Gough, poster chairman, Kim Anderson, projects chairman, Keith Saylor, evaluation 8: planning chairman: Brian Mann, operations chairman, Tim Hein, director of operations. NOT PICTURED: Karen Williams, community chairman, Kathy Williams, executive aid. GROUP: FIRST ROW: Wendy Cochrane, Tim Hein, Paige Mann, Brian Mann, Kathy Heye, Shelley Henderson, Stacey Ong, Scott Reid, Larry Groce, Sandy Sellers, Joe Langford, Kim Anderson, Chris Beshears, Todd Swezey, Steve Griner, Denise Ali, Jim Hurd, SECOND ROW: Ken Regan, Karen Leatherman, Keith Saylor, Mike Gough, Megan Mariska, Claire Rubrecht, Jennifer Pettijohn, Lori Apptel, Sasha Wilson, Barry Rudd, Michelle Barton, Bobby Johnson, Meridith Uher, Robert Arrowood, Amy Franklin, Megan Mills, Chuck Gammona. THIRD ROW: Misty Vars, Ann Cervenka, Craig Meek, Carrie Sodon, Dan Buchanan, Jana Ahlfinger, Tonya Holloway, Mason Carnes, Pam Brotherman, Donald Lawhorne, Jeff Sweat, Nancy Lilly, Jan Tarpley, Tamara Eichor, Kelly Cowan, Christie Wielderstein, Danny Alderich. FOURTH ROW: Ross Robinson, Kathy Hooker, Amy Fitter, Vicki Hedge, Elizabeth Welman, Kim Watts, Ajay Raj, John Hovendon, Elliot Bevers, Matt Sellers, Randy Stinnett, John Fellows, Robb Berkin, Mike Efferson, Sharon Merritt, Sarah Rhomberg. FIFTH ROW: Kelli Copeland, Paul Khuri, Cathy Howard, Barry Brand, Todd Ray, Cyndi Lauda, Tim Pawlick, Susan Polarolo, Angela Funck, Melanie Wood, Ellen Schultz, Levon Easton, Gail Loomer, Eric Bryan, Jim Humphrey. SIXTH ROW: Carol Saxenian, Becca Prud-homme, Suzie Santarelli, Chris Gerhold, Marsha McDade, Joy Lou, Lyn Jenkins, Shelly Underbrink, Elizabeth Hill, Gary Patterson, Joanne Polarolo, Franklin Byrd, Stuart Dombrowsky, Eric Keller. 458 Organizations Orgamzauons -1-5Q - VISUAL ART -- Name: Memorial Student Center Visual Arts Committee Founded: nfa Purpose: To promote art and culture on the campus. Activities: Presentation of lectures, performances, sculptures, and chalk drawings. Membership: 30 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Lisa Lovelace, Carol Ann Ross, Christi Woods, Ginna Beal, Emily Lee, Natalia Hopkins, Sarah Suddreath, Katrina Bailey, Theresa Chiang, Susie Boyer. SECOND ROW: Russ Ritchey, Allyn Allard, Rick Aronstein, Cathy Talpey, Glen Weber II, Steve Price, Jeff Cannon, Frances Tseng, Danny Unger. THIRD ROW: Ann Robbins, Paptrick Zinn, Edward K. Brown Jr., James Booth, Wilber Williams, Randy Stephens, Tim Strawclerman, Dana Neverdousky. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Carol Ann Ross, Emily Lee, Jeff Cannon, Danny Usger, Frances Tseng, Theresa Chiang. SECOND ROW: Ann Robbins, James Booth, Randy Stephens, Patrick Zinn. . 460 Organizations K-N, T wrs Name: Memorial Student Center Wiley Lecture Series Founded: 1982 Purpose: To present world-class lecture events on foreign policy issues to the Texas A8rM community. Activities: Annual Foreign Policy program featuring Na- tional and International speakers. Membership: 50 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Greg Gorman, Debbie Stafford, Sue Ann Foglietta, Michele Mobley, Deborah Nicolette, Keri Elisa Hairston, Ruben Brochner, Jr. SECOND ROW: Ajay Raj, Richard Castranoua, Michael Ankrom, Christie Herald, Michelle DeVoe, Giselle Brochner. THIRD ROW: Greg Bonnen, Andrew Tong, J. Speight Grimes, Susan Yeager, Scott Bartlow, Margaret Salazar. FOURTH ROW: Daniel Bauer, Craig White, Alan Weeks, Chris Wagner, Ed Hinson. FIFTH ROW: Joe A. Brewer, Jeff Brady, Christopher Efird, Michael F. Burchfiel, Tracy Tomac, Jim Blaylock. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Michele Mobley, Tracy Tomac, Keri Elisa Hairston, Sue Ann Foglietta. SECOND ROW: Greg Gorman, Michael F. Burchfiel, Chris Wagner, Andrew Tong, Ruben Brochner, Jr. ' , 'efiiig'-it-jr' Organizations 461 DEMICS K 2' Q9 7- ll Wm M... American Society of Agriculture Engineers Founded 1907 6- l-AAE Name: American Society of Agricultural Engineers Founded: 1907 Purpose: To allow members the opportunity to meet other agricultural engineers and become better acquainted with the faculty, and to learn more about job prospects in agricultural engineering. Activities: Guest speakers, attend ASAE national and state meetings, alumni reunion, annual spring banquet and social activities. Membership: 100 IdCI1tSI FIRST ROW: Martin Mehner, senior engineering council representative: Mark Schulze, scribe: Wayne Supak, vice president: Leslie Leitzy, secretary: Mark Bohac, treasurer: Douglas l. Herber, president: Brent Richburg, parliamentarian. SECOND ROW: Keith James, Joseph Michael Lee, Dana Osborne, Kelley Greene, Angela Dunlap, Aileen Seawell. THIRD ROW: Sherri Clements, Hector O. Lopez, Daryl D. Spillman, John Lee Korenek Jr., Liz Knight, Suzy Alexander, Mary Scott. FOURTH ROW: Bryan Shaw, Kennen Howell, Brian Grunden, Chris Gilstrap, Troy Headings, Gordon Labus, Jack Smith. FIFTH ROW: Chris Stoner, Clifford Fischer, Barry Johnson, Brian Benham, James McStravick junior engineering council representative: Tracy Spaeth. SIXTH ROW: Karl Demonert, James Askew, Kurt Mueller, Mark Gibbs, John Dvoracek, Steve Laas, Robby Hall. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Wayne Supak, Leslie Leitzy, Douglas Herber. SECOND ROW: Mark Bohac, Brent Richburg, John McStravick, Martin Mehner, Mark Schulze. t - fx, X 4.4" .,...4. . 'K .fx Organizations 463 -'ACC TI G SOCIETY- Xame: Accounting Society Founded: nfa Purpose: To inform students about opportunities in the field of accounting and to aid them in seeking job internships and interviews. Activities: Monthly professional meetings, field trips and Greater Annual Accountants Playday. Membership: 500 Idefltsf FIRST ROW: Sherry Kavalew, historian, Kay Gary, senior representative, Nancy Blanco, vice president of programsg Monique Alanis, vice president of publicity: Paul Meister, senior representativeg Lori Jones, secretaryg Sharise Beniretto, presidentg Brenda Irwin, vice president of activities, Jana Meloy, junior representative, Aliexia Brown, junior representative. SECOND ROW: Lea Ann Strnadel, Dana Tompkins, Jan Pirtle, David Roubion, Sheila Smothers, Eddy Anderson, Karen Supak, Barbara Adler, Tami Preston, Stephanie Herrscher. THIRD ROW: Kim Baker, Paulette Franz, Eusenia Algaze, John Shinneman, Shelley Gibbons, Kathy Davis, Chris Ehlinger, Kathleen Graeber, Monica Costello. FOURTH ROW: Gail Henderson, B. J. O'Rourke, Nenita Farmer, Esneralda Perez, Coleman Rowland, Janet Wendt, Robin Webb, Michael Dastugue, Pam Bolting, Susan Ernst. FIFTH ROW: Lamar Jostes, Robert B. Hicks II, Joseph M. Cuccia, Tammy D, Janek, Clay H, Paulos, Harris Adams, Larry J, Berger, Cynthia Hernandez, RaeAnn Varmann, Doug Vaughn. 464 Organizations GGIE LLIANCE Name: Aggie Alliance Founded: n fa Purpose: To provide Health Education and Physical Educa- tion majors the opportunity to meet with faculty, convey the ideals of the Texas Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance to Texas A8rlVl club members, and pro- mote social and professional cooperation between Health and Physical education students, faculty, and alumni. Activities: Annual Jump Rope for Heart, organize and run the Special Olympics. Membership: 325 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Allison Wilson, Suzanne Bono, Catherine Corley, Sherrie Morgan, Loretta Hopp, Caroline Hoelscher, Juli Anderson. SECOND ROW: Susan Moseley, Chrisann Bridgmann, Jennifer Pettit, Leslie Jones, Ellen Stone. THIRD ROW: Tess Hanath, Lori Glaesmann, Dana Dickson, Bryan Higginbotham, Ray White, Dariece Henley. FOURTH ROW: Susan Commes, Dale Heath, Charles Graham, Jack Martin, Kyle Cooper, Bruce Fowler, Bill Beggs. Organizations 465 LEFT: The Houston Ballet presented two performances in Rudder Auditorum - Peer Gynt and Giselle. TOP: The Vienna Boys Choir came to A8zM on their 1986 U.S. Winter Tour. Their performance here included pieces from Come Ye Sons of Art, Ava Maria, Abengebet and Der Apotheker which were all conducted by Peter Marschik. ABOVE: The internationally famous French pianist duo of Katia and Marielle Labeque came to Texas A8:M on March 27. Vienna Boys Choir The Vienna Choir Boys, perhaps the best known vocal group in the world, filled the ears of a capacity crowd with effervescent sounds in Rudder Auditorium, February 11, on their 1986 U.S. Winter Tour. The choir carries on a five century-old tradition of singing costumed operettas, sacred songs, secular and folk music. Every season two groups of 24 choristers tour simultaneously with their choirmasters, tu- tors and nurses. Their over 3000 appearances since 1498 have been before numerous heads of states, Popes and internationals of Japan, South America, Asia and Australia. Yung UK Kim Violinist, Yung Uk Kim performed in Rudder Auditorium on February 21 with the finesse of the reputed world master. The 37-year-old Korean played pieces by Mozart, Schoen- berg, Faure and Beethoven. Robert McDonald accompanied him on the piano. Kim brought with him an established reputation as an outstanding violinist throughout the world during his twenty- year career. Since the age of 16, he has played for audiences in Asia, North America and Europe. Kim has appeared with the world's leading orchestras, such as the Chicago Sympho- ny, Philadelphia Orchestra, New York Philharmonic and the Cleveland Orchestra of the United States: along with the Berlin Philharmonic, Vienna Philharmonic, and Concertge- bouw Orchestra of Amsterdam. Labeque Pianists MSC OPAS' spring season brought internationally famous Katia and Marielle Labeque to Texas A8zM on March 27. The French duo performed a two-piano arrangement that included renditions by Mozart, Brahms, Stravinsky, Berio, Gershwin and ragtime composers. The sisters have played since the days of their youth in France and have performed in nearly every major city in the world including regular tours through Japan and the United States. On the international level, they have a following much like many pop stars. The Labeque's orchestral engagements have included the Berlin Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Cleveland Orches- tra, London Philharmonic, Amsterdam Concertgebouw. Is- rael Philharmonic, Montreal Symphony and the Vienna Phil- harmonic. Houston Ballet The Houston Ballet presented two performances, Peer Gynt on April 9 and Giselle on April 10. Glenn Langdon directed the music, while Bob Stevenson and Marius Petipa staged and choreographed respectively. Both dramatic ballets were dedicated to the memory of John L. Thornton, member of the MSC OPAS student com- mittee. ie 466 Organizations CT Name: Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow Founded: 1962 Purpose: To stimulate interest and promote careers in agri- culture while helping members make professional contacts and to concentrate on exellence in agricultural communica- tions. Activities: Guest speakers from newspapers and maga- zines, selling agriculture promotion pins, and sending mem- bers to work week-long internships with the Houston Live- stock Show and Rodeo. Membership: 25 Id6I1tSZ FIRST ROW: Katie Dickie, presidentg Kimberly Pettibon, vice president, Lorie Woodward, agriculture council representativeg Belinda Hood, secretary f treasurer. SECOND ROW: Sheri Stebenne, Susan Kuck, Donna Buchala, Marie E. Hooper. THIRD ROW: Cara Jernigan, Vivian Smith, Donna Kaderli, Terri Balog, Ruth Cochran. FOURTH ROW: Wash A. Jones, R. Clark Miller, Doyle Gousler, advisor: Sharon Foreman, Cheryl Burke. -i- AG ECO CLUB -1- Name: Agricultural Economics Club Founded: 1970 Purpose: To provide professional and social interaction between stu- dents of various backgrounds with interest in agricultural economics. Activities: The annual Burger Burn, B.Y.O.B. iBring Your Gwn Bananal lce Cream Party, field trip to Stiles Farm, annual pizza party at lVlama's Pizza, Christmas social and Chili Night. Membership: 200 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Crystal Muchaw, treasurer, Brian Gill, agriculture council, Carole Cervenka, parliamentariang Susan Able, president: Rusty Batey, vice president: K. Lynn White, secretary. SECOND ROW: Laura Dickerson, Myra Bohac, Katherine Valenta, J. Sam Yarbrough, Gayle Cougot, Cindy Smart, Nicole Janow, Julie Jones, John Perkins, Gayla Yarbrough, Cynthia Mayorga. THIRD ROW: Randy Lesikar, Stan Kristinek, Steve Toerg, Stephanie Larson, Mike Martin, Patricia Ferguson, Anita Routt, Rebecca D. Garrison, Allan D. Marsico, Ted Pierce. FOURTH ROW: Bret Foster, Melissa Gholson, Laura Andersons, Dana Dvvitt, JoLynne Hardin, Roxanne Frey, Kelli Taylor, Tomie Johnson, Jeff Ziegler, Watt Taggart, Mark Roader. FIFTH ROW: Russell Hill, Rebecca Nordmeyer, Cathy Abney, Ann Marie Thomas, Sharla Ann Popp, Pamela Lyon, Carrie Sutton, Wilbert Hundl Jr., Michael Kulcak, Joel Harper, Scott DeFord, Guy Hargrove. SIXTH ROW: Sandra House, Karen Thomas, David Hooper, Jeannine Smith, Jay Kiclwell, Jim Bob Simpson, Kenneth Adix, Robby Fair, Clifton Beene, Meredith Morgan, Robert Durham, Felicia James. SEVENTH ROW: Joe Bonugli, Pattan Maynard, Joey Davis, Farrow Spross, Randy Kopplin, Kurt Parthum, Tommy Jendrusch, Michael R. Zuber, Mark Rutledge, Kelly Keahey, Michael Gallaway, Danny Steesmoeller, Bruce Kingsbery. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Susan Able, Rusty Batey, K. Lynn White. SECOND ROW: Crystal Muchavv, Brian Gill, Carole Cervenka. Mi 'l ...H Pi LJ Organizations 4-67 468 Organizations GRONOMY Name: Agronomy Society Founded: 1920 Purpose: To bring students with similar interests and careers together through business and social events. Activities: lce cream social, Halloween costume party and dance, peanut sales, sail judging team and contest, All Nite Fair, state meetings, and spring bar-bq. Membership: 50 Identsz FIRST ROW: Murray Milford, Karen Kunz, Phillip Kunz, LeeAnn Larson, Gary Kocian, Theresa Ermis, Shelley Gore. SECOND ROW: Bruno Del Rio, Edward Meza, Jason Howell, James Elzner, John Friesenhahn, Gerald Lamon. THIRD ROW: Bill Rooney, Leonard Andrew, Larry Cox, James Woiton, Roger Grantham. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Bruno Del Rio, reporter, Murray Milford, advisor, Theresa Ermis, secretary. SECOND ROW: Gary Kocian, soils chairman, Shelley Gore, treasurer. THIRD ROW: Lee Ann Larson, assistant social secretary, Phillip Kunz, president, James Elzner, vice president. FOURTH ROW: Leonard Andrew, ag council representative. -- AIA Name: American Institute of Architecture Students Founded: nfa V Purpose: To expand the horizons of TAMU Architecture students. Activities: Beaux Arts Ball, attendance at the Forum in New York .c'- FMA, wfifrx X. V ss City and the Texas Society of Architects in Fort Worth. if si,c A L -.. Membership: 75 :fs ' , A 7w""!'V A J , yi L.: . . 1', -'P NMNN-5' is -ss., gs- -: '- xv- Organizations 469 Ja- i L... .fa ,, 'Er ., g .,., 5 51 .LA , 470 Organizations Name:American lnstitute of Chemical Engineers Founded: n f a Purpose: To promote interest in the study of Chemical Engineer- ing through speakers, presentations, field trips and social interac- tion. AICHE also aides the student in his transition from college to corporate America. Activities: Field trips to industrial plants, National Convention in Chicago in November, Regional Convention in Lake Charles, par- ticipant in Big Event and Career Day and JETS Day participation for high school students. Membership: 200 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Leah Gronses, Gregory Porzucek, Kevin Williams, Bruce Lyle, Seema Bhatt. SECOND ROW: Matt deBlonk, Kim Dunn, Stacey Stapleton, Susan Tucker, Randal Jendrzey, Dragomir Bukur, THIRD ROW: Hala Gadalla, Kristen Cappelli, Paul Webb, Kaori Sasaki, Melissa Stover, Catherine Upton, Karen Van Boskirt, Brian Pruett, Devon Lieske, Ken Oclenwellen. FOURTH ROW: Chad Abney, Stacey Hall, Caroline Mayo, Denice Molchan, Monica Early, Stephanie Sneed, Donna Carter, Angela Nagy, Traci Carnahan, Kathleen Nedard, Maria Fuentez. FIFTH ROW: Tim Martin, Jason Brwon, Russell Dunn, Ajey Chandra, Nim Amin, Perry Padden, Kim Phillips, Lori Graham, Myra McLane, Andrea Milligan. SIXTH ROW: Joan T. Perry, Al Gallegos, Theresa Girvan, Haas Wahlen, Jeff Tilley, Paul Hippman, Cheryl Mitchell, Glayds Roschetzky, James Steiner. SEVENTH ROW: James Miller, Kristi Wooley, Turi Hegg, Paul Sharrock, Daniel Harris, Bryan Schmidt, William Bullock, Daniel Franklin, Ken Hammer, Richard Gamez. EIGHTH ROW: Michael Schulz, Steve Green, Chris Furtudo, Michael Hatfield, Brian Measher, Randolph Paul Hsi, Grant Gilson, Robert Bochow, Jesse Chacon. NINTH ROW: Michael Branch, Gary Janda, Troy Weber, Mark Smith, Michael Aldrich, Phil McDivitt, Ricky Coates, Terry Cummings, Luis Fernanedez, Troy Hardegree. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Kim Dunn, social chairman: Dragomir Bukur, advisor: Susan Tucker, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Stacey Stapleton, junior representative: Randal Jendrzey, senior representative: Gregory Porzucek, intramural director: Seema Bhatt, secretary. THIRD ROW: Leah Grones, historian: Kevin Williams, president: Matt DeBlonk, freshman representative: Russell Pflueger, public chairman: Bruce Lyle, vice president. ICHE 1 i TAMSCAMS -- Name: Texas A8zM Student Chapter of the American Meteorological Soci- ety Founded: 1958 Purpose: To provide educational and social meetings for all students who are interested in weather or weather related subjects. Activities: Intramural sports, field trips, and spring picnic Membership: 30 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Tina Smith, Tom Saul, Jeanne Lusk, Geoffrey Bogorad. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Kenney, Jennifer Richardson, treasurer: Lauren Murphy, Robert Mullenax, Donna Woolley, secretary: Douglas Alkov. THIRD ROW: Dennis R. Cain, Kris Kahanek, Wesley Youtsey, Edward Delgado, Mark Rose, president, Steve LaNore, Mark Chambers, Bryan Batson. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Mark Rose. SECOND ROW: Jennifer Richardson, Dennis R. Cain, Donna Woolley. Organizations 471 472 Organizations ANS 1 Name: American Nuclear Society Founded: 1962 Purpose: To encourage communication between student members and facullty in the Nuclear Engineering Department and to expose members to various career opportunities. Activities: High School Teacher Seminar and visits to high schools to increase awareness concerning nuclear energy. Membership: 50 ICICIIIQSI FIRST ROW: Nazir Khalil, Evelyn Breiner, board of governors: Jeff George, treasurer: Ricardo Yupari, Laura M. Beam. SECOND ROW: K. L. Peddicord, faculty advisor: Eric Bechler, vice president: Chal Creese, secretary: John Alvis, president: Robert Buck. THIRD ROW: James M. Mattern, Brian J. Anderson, treasurer: David C. Deere, Craig E. Willis. FOURTH ROW: Colin Sikorski, Jan Maaskani, Thomas R. Reinarts, Larry L. Odom, Oscar J. Lessard. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Jeff George, John Alvis, Evelyn Breiner. SECOND ROW: K. L. Peddicord, Eric Bechler, Chal Creese, Brian Anderson. Owns cn- Name: American Society of Civil Engineering Founded: 1946 Purpose: Provide civil engineering students with information to the field and furnish an opportunity for professional involvement and development in civil engineering. Activities: Field trips, domino tournament, golf tournament. social activities, sponsor Concrete Canoe Team, ACSE Open House and BBQ and Balsa Wood Bridge Building Contest. Membership: 350 Id6l1tSI FIRST ROW: Scott Ramsbacher, parliamentarian: Kay Lyn Schwartz, secretary, Kim Carroll, secretary: Roger Durden, vice president: Elizabeth Fischer, president: Mark Bouma, treasurerg Bradley C. Kutchins, program chairman. SECOND ROW: Nancy S. Hedgecock, Robin Jester, Jill Schneberger, Brenda A. Haney, Sandy Wesch, Carol Tan, Laurie Schreiber, Hoan R Nguyen. THIRD ROW: Gregg A. Freeby, Kim Wallace. Shelley Lindsey, Leslie Lexan, Bill Frawley, Camille Thomason, Becky Hassler. Lisa Holy, Carlos Archuleta. FOURTH ROW: Curtis L. Muncy, Kresha Caldwell, Patrice Bazis, Attua Banki, Pamela Huff, Victor H. lbarra, Martha Schoennagel, Alberta L. Blair, Cheryl Lovell, John F Kvinta. FIFTH ROW: Carol Greiner, Roby H. Price, James Weishuhn, Chris Malinowski, Alan D. Simpson, Joe Ducharme, Bruce Rymer, Wade Kirby, Charles Mcllroy. SIXTH ROW: Mark D. Wells, De-De Brown, Henry Drexel, George Curtis Herrick, J. Wayne Hughes, Brock Miller, Robert L. Seanz, Mykol Woodruff. SEVENTH ROW: Blaine Smith, Eric Kleinhenz, Tracy Druce, Glen Taffinder. Mark Sturrock, John Barton, Jim Loper, Jorge D. Hinojosa, Syed M, Afghani. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Kay Lyn Schwartz, Kim Carroll. Elizabeth Fischer, Bradley C. Kutchins. SECOND ROW: Mark Bouma, Roger Durden, Scott Ramsbacher. Organizations 473 -- ASLA Name: American Society of Landscape Ar- chitects Founded: 1976 Purpose: To enable students of Landscape Architecture the opportunity to participate in organized activities outside the academic sphere which would improve skills and knowl- edge and compliment the curriculum at Texas A8rM University. Activities: ASLA workshop, Mobility Awareness Week and community services. Membership: 70 IdCI1tSI FIRST ROW: Paul Barvvick, treasurerg Don Henry, president: Patrica Newby, secretary, Jose Grimaldo, vice president: Maurice Jacob, historian. SECOND ROW: Kelly Snook, Mike Hutcheson, Angie Poellinger, Scott Filgo, Julie Powell. THIRD ROW: Gary Walters, Hector Rivera, Aubrey Roohms, Kevin Conner, Luis Alberto Santiago, James M. Cerminor FOURTH ROW: Kevin Erck, Jody Leidolf, Jim Louis, Kelley Johnston, Richardo Soliz, Kenneth Phelps. FIFTH ROW: Joe Ascolese, Philip Wanke, Bryan E. Knowles, Tim Pannkuk, Dick Vanderwerth. 474 Organizations -Annap- Name: American Society of Heating, Refrigerat- ing and Air Conditioning Engineers. Founded: 1984 Purpose: Advancement of the sciences of heat- ing, refrigerating and air conditioning engineering and career guidance to students of these sciences as well as the encouragement of continued scien- tific research. Activities: Field trips to major manufacturing and consulting firms, lectures from professionals in these fields and attendance to ASHRAE state and national meetings. Membership: 30 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Dennis O'Neal, faculty advisor: Jim Notman, treasurer: Curtis Boecker, vice president: Nathan Cohen, president: Mohsen Farzad, Bill Murphy, advisor. SECOND ROW: Michael Davis, Curtis Acheson, Rodolfo Alvarez, Brad Bellrichard, Alan Propp, Randy Schrecengost. 1 N ASME Name: American Society of Mechanical Engineers Founded: 1976 Purpose: To provide members with the opportunity to learn about the application of mechanical engineering in industry and to encourage student interaction among engineering majors and faculty. Activities: Field trips to related businesses, guest lecturers, social activities with members and faculty, attend ASME regional conferences and participate in various contests. Membership: 375 Idelltl FIRST ROW: Angela Mangus Britton, senior representative, Hal Taylor, junior representative, Barry Hoekstra, vice chairman, Constance Fletcher, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Gaylon Johnston, Scott Zahner, Mollie Morris, Steve Ingram, publicity chairman. THIRD ROW: Inga Lax, Susan Bergman, secretary: Edward Arrieta, Jeffrey Stewart, chairman, John Soper, Lois Sickins. FOURTH ROW: Randy Armstrong, Dana Hofter, social chairman: Bryan Bennett, Arcadio Alaniz, marketing chairman, Philip Wood. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Angela Mangus Britton, Hal Taylor, Barry Hoekstra, Constance Fletcher. SECOND ROW: Susan Bergman, Stephen Ingram, Arcadio Alaniz, Dana I-loffer, Jeff Stewart. '55 I 5.- 'XI I ls.-J 3.1- 3... 4 x . 44 Life 66 ,K , 1 .1 cf' rio-tfeatycfa' - v elf' Archy and Mehitabel The Aggie Players started their 1985-86 season with the musical "Archy and Mehitabelf' lt is based on the para- graphs and messages Don Marquis claimed he received from Archy the cockroach and printed in his daily column with the New York Sun. In 1957, it was made into a musical titled Shinbone Alley by Mel Brooks, Joe Darion and George Kleinsinger. The title was later changed to its present name. The musical is about the antics of Archy, a poetically inclined cockroach with a soul, and his unscrupulous alley cat friend, Mehitabel. Troy A. Herbort portrayed Archy, and Gwendolyn Pesek played Mehitabel. The play was per- formed October 4, 5 and 10-12 in Rudder Forum. Skin of Our Teech The Skin of Our Teech, the Pulitizer Prize winning com- edy by playwright Thorton Wilder, was performed by the Aggie Players on November 8-9, 21-23 in Rudder Forum. They also presented the play in Denton, Texas as part of the American College Theatre Festival. The play is the story of the Antrobus family and their adventures through the ages. They survive everything from the lce Age, to the Great Flood, and a World War. It is a great commentary on man's ability to survive through time and by "the skin of his teeth." The cast of characters consisted of thirty-five people from Mrs. Antrobus portrayed by Emma Charlotte Reading and Patrick Barrett as Mr. Antrobus to Gwendolyn Pesek as the planet Saturn. Hollow Crown Aggieland experienced a bit of its own renaissance festi- val. English subjects came alive on the stage of Rudder Forum as members of the Aggie Players performed The Hollow Crown on December 5-7, their last performance of the fall semester. The Hollow Crown is a Reader's Theatre piece in which a small group of performers, backed by a musical consort, read selections of historical and fictional material to create portraits of renowned characters in history. Created by John Barton of the Royal Shakespeare Com- pany in 1960, The Hollow Crown is an anthology of readings that explores the humanity of the English kings and queens. The lives of the monarchs are presented through legends, chronicled histories, diaries and the eyes of playwrights. It begins with a reading from Shakespeare and then proceeds to examine the lives of the monarchs from William I to Queen Victoria's coronation at the age of nineteen. The play closes with a final reading from Morte D'Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory. TOP: The Skin of Our Teeth, the Pulitizer Prize winning comedy by Thorton Wilder, was presentec on November 8-9 and 21-23. ABOVE: The first presentation of the Aggie Player's season was 2 musical comedy, "Archy and Mehitabelf' RIGHT: The falls and foibles of the monarchs of Englanc could be seen in the Hollow Crown presented by the Aggie Players on December 5-7. 476 Organizations -1 Bioengineers -- Name: Association of Bioengineers Founded: 1977 Purpose: To promote interest and awareness in bioengineering and to provide education and career information to bioengineer students and to provide opportunities for social interaction for members. Activities: Field trip to Texas Heart Institute, Guest speaker from the Institute for Rehabilitation and Research and NASA, participation in JETS Day and The Big Event, and social functions. Membership: 60 FIRST ROW: Robyn McCarty, presidentg Dale Feldman, advisorg Hope Marcotte, secretaryg Gress Jaslinski, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Paul Dassonville, vice presidentg Carolyn Whitten, Saleem Ghias. K -- ABC Name: Association of Builders and Contrac- tors Founded: 1985 Purpose: To give members a broad knowl- edge of the various aspects of the construction industry. Activities: Guest speakers, sponsors de- bates, Shrimp Fest, field trips, service projects and organizes job interviews for members. Membership: 120 IdCl'ltSZ FIRST ROW: Gregg DeJarnett, second vice president: Rick Ellis, senior representative, Mark Martinez, vice president public relations, Alan Lewis, vice president: Shawn Smith, president: James Kim, freshman representative, Benny Clark, Russel Bardin. SECOND ROW: W. D. Tiner, advisor, Russell Jenkins, treasurerg Chip Natsis, sophomore representativeg Paul Roy, Sandy Roy, Carmen Garza, William Brown, advisor. THIRD ROW: Franz June, Rob Jenkins, Scott Burke, Alvin Luckenbach, Michael Sweet, Mike Lippincott, Kent Kacir, Bruce Bruning. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW:Gregg DeJarnett, Alan Lewis, Shawn Smith, James Kim, Mark Martinez. SECOND ROW: W. D. Tiner, Russell Jenkins, Chip Natsis, Rick Ellis, William Brown. 478 Organizations T CM-IEEE CS - Narne: Texas A8rlVl Chapter of Association for Computing Machinery and IEEE Computer Society Founded: 1973 Purpose: Promote advancements and knowledge in the computing sciences. Activities: Lectures in information processing, programming contest, resume books and picnics. Membership: 180 Idelltsl OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Phil Teagle, president, Patty Haring, vice president: Erik Mulloy, secretary. SECOND ROW: Dawn Miller, social chairman: Jose Jonson, senior representative: Lynn Aldridge, publicity chairman, Carlos Martinez, treasurer: Gina Flood, junior representative. GROUP: FIRST ROW: Dawn Miller, Carlos Martinez, Lynn Aldridge, Phil Teagle, Gina Flood, Jose Johnson, Patty Haring, Erik Mulloy. SECOND ROW: Rebecca Riegel, Michelle Cohen, Cathy Cartwrite, Charles Hagar, Karen Davie, Catherine Berger, Scott Bell, Neva Maldonato, Mia Mguyen, Valeta Wheeler. THIRD ROW: Mary Anne Soland, Cynthia Lee, Martha Hays, Clay Hollis, Mark Stubbeman, Marcia Hillegeist, Wayne Ledford, Jennifer Thompson, Ketan Patel. FOURTH ROW: Rick Rohan, Clint Fletcher, Don Berryman, Eric Heflin, Allen Carter, Mark Rittenhouse, Tammy Alderinr, Mark Howard, Robert Steck. FIFTH ROW: Howard Bivins, Roben Gamboa, Charles Henry, Stewart Maxwell, Michael Middleton, Carl Dietrich, Eddie Dumas, Douglas Vacek, Robert Flores. SIXTH ROW: Michael Hutchings, Chad Wirz, James Cross, Alice Garrison, Scott Zrubek, Drew Donaho, Robert Sparks, Mark Cullison. -UN-. , l L- Organizations 479 480 Organizations ASM Name: Association for Systems Management Founded: 1985 Purpose: To provide members with access to professionals in the sys- tems field for career guidance and to help members attain a better under- standing of systems practice. Activities: Plant trips, receptions to meet area business people, guest speakers, athletic event parpticipation and monthly meetings in Houston. Membership: 35 Id6IltS2 FIRST ROW: Denise Parek, secretaryg Michele Hartwick, Susan Ward, Kim Wilson, SECOND ROW: Mark Kelly, Johnsa Laney, program chairmang James Fairfield, fund raising chairman, Lynette Lisl-ca, Lanoon McClain. THIRD ROW: Jodie J. Hluchanek, charter president, Debbie Herron, treasurerg Bill Butler, Debbie Kuhnel, Eric Harper, publicity committee chairman. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Denise Parek, James Fairfield, Johnsa Laney. SECOND ROW: Eric Harper, Debbie Herron, Jodie J. Hluchanek, '. ' in , .. .fgfgg 1. - . .n,A,-,F--L 5- , .-A. . K- --f A., .-4 ' BIOCHEMISTRY T Name: Biochemistry Society Founded: 1978 Purpose: To encourage and promote interest in the field of biochemistry among all students at Texas A8zlVl University and to provide a communication link between students, facul- ty and the biochemistry department. Activities: Guest speakers from the biochemistry field and social activities for members and faculty. Membership: 50 Idelltsf Beth Drees, Chris Dovvdy, Ann Ruscher, Felicia Farr, Becky Drees, Paul Appeddu, Denise Draper, DeAndra Martin, Mala Mahendroo. "" BIO-MED SCIENCE - Name: Biomedical Science Association Founded: 1971 Purpose: To promote career development, close asso ciation among biomedical science students and public awareness of the biomedical science graduate. Activities: Participation in The Big Event, intramural sports and bake sales. Membership: I35 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Leigh Tompkins, Leeann Pratt, Susan Edwards, Stephen Laycock, Dawn Bagley, Laura Herzberg, Felice Mendez, Courtney Parker. SECOND ROW: Michael Castaneda, Brenda G. Reddin, Dawn Batiz, Kathryn C. Gamble, Scott Pruzan, Kim Willis, Kathy Cain, Susan Sikorski, Ana Maria Aranda. THIRD ROW: Tahl Rozcl-ri, John Merrell, Ann Miksch, Warren Abrameit, Danny Kainer, Kenneth Motl, Alan Berryhill, Jeff Gillihan, Brett Walters, Arretta Bateman. OFFICERS: Tahl Rozycki, Jeff Gillihan, Kathy Cain, Danny Kainer. 482 Organizations -of-n IN if V vi I' I I I gt BC Name: Business Student Council Founded: 1968 Purpose: Provides a communication channel between the business faculty, business students and the university itself. Each department- al student organization in the College of Business Administration elects a member to the Council. Activities: A Business career fair where over 70 companies visit TAMU to recruit graduates and to give information about their companies, a high school career day where business majors inform high school students of business career opportunities and the pub lishing of the monthly newsletter "The Business." Membership: 60 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Jodi Savoie, Drew DeHaes, Doug Boughton, Michele Smith, Monique Alanis. SECOND ROW: Kathy Wueste, Geoffrey Ayoub, Susan Kent, Kay Gary, Sharon Cassidy, Alexia Brown, Dena Beaver, Rona Davis, Kathy Kirk, Laurie Human, THIRD ROW: Gina Donovan, Christine Burbank, Lisa Kastensmidt, Stephen Owens, Russ Lessmann, Chris Ehlinger, Lee Alford, Karen Sabrsula, Lynn Zimmerman. FOURTH ROW: Laura Goldwater, David Baca, Scott Arrington, Curtis James, Kenneth Dornak, Michael Mateju, Teri Foyle. FIFTH ROW: William Smith, Joe Bonugli, Michael McCue, David Segers, Mark Giltner, James Jones, Mark Stockard. 1 . Xt ,-. Q-- ........-..-n- J-. 'r 47" ,r ,li Km i 0 l T F l l Organizations 4-83 CB FELLOW Name: CBA Fellows Program Founded: 1983 Purpose: Provides an opportunity for students with management potential to develop and build managerial skills. Membership selec- tion is by application and interview. Activities: Seminars, Internship orientations, field trips. Membership: 35 Idefltsl FIRST ROW: Michele Fisher, Valerie Edwards, Susan Legg, Todd Huskinsom, Pamela Chin, Craig L'Roy, Karen Korczynski, Michele Rogers. SECOND ROW: Stephanie Ackles, Beth Miller, Sergio Trevino, Lee Alford. Greg Gorman, Matt McKay, J. R. Atkins, Elaine Evetts. THIRD ROW: Charnella Swanson, Patricia Hale, James Ray, Marc Bailey, Steve Griner, Nick Adams, Bonnie Varano, Kay O'Brien. FOURTH ROW: Clyde A. Langley, Michael F. Burchfield, Douglas M. Boughton, Brad W. Davis, Tom King, David S. Spika, Bill Brooks, Lisa Kastensmidt. 484 Organizations ,Q Un Y 1 ffwe W- "1 2 . , CHEMISTRY CLUB .T Name: Chemistry Club Founded: nfa Purpose: To learn about career opportunities in Chemistry, learn about other fields available and meet other Chemistry students. Activities: MSC Open House and Career Day, sell molecular model kits and Tshirts in the fall and an Undergraduate Research Conference. Membership: 40 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Christine M. Kim, sophomore representative: Michelle Hebert, president: Lynda Yang, secretary-elect, Brenda Theis, vice president, Karen Pence. SECOND ROW: Angie Allen, Susan Bellrichard, Derek Blakeley, Christine Plepys, Daniel Romo, treasurer. THIRD ROW: Randy K. Hobert, Derek Ng Tang, secretary: Raymond Giamona, Marvin W. Rowe, advisor: Kevin Varner, Eric A. Saari. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Lynda Yang, Daniel Romo, Michelle Herbert. SECOND ROW: Brenda Thies, Derek Ng Tang, Marvin Rowe. Organizations 485 'oi' gl 1A.j Q -."wN .. r 'ifglfzzx A. 1 .vw V. 2 QQ 0 t Y ' I "QS 6135-55 JI " I N . sg rj 'H' , - . I-gg" '51 .1 -x 1,1365-, ,, - 'Q-""., -1' ' ng dv A 2. "I 549.-x 'f.Q,. t me ,.A 9- 00 kia! "QB 2 .EQ , Q J-l 'xl w . -r ggi. 4 -'fi -4 A -1 L- K , x 'v v 3 ggffg .'i"a.i ? g-g jfs , ' -Q, 1, .:-., 2- g Y E Q A1" '5 :gi M FF Name: Collegiate FFA Founded: 1931 Purpose: To develop skills and give experience in methods of organizing and conducting local FFA chapters and to promote feel- ings of good will among members. Activities: Annual Fall and Spring plant sale, attendance at the National and State FFA Conventions and sponsoring of a Fall and Spring Barbeque. Membership: 135 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Mason Hogan, historian, Michael Scheppa, president: Donald Whitten, sentinel, Mike Sims, secretary, Brett Wright, reporter, Tracy Meadows, treasurer: Anthony O'Hanlon, third vice president, SECOND ROW: Gail Watkins, vice president, Felix Gooding, student advisor, Carol Callaway, parlimentarian. THIRD ROW: Kim Cordray, Sandra Beene, Perri O'Keeffe, Kim Green, Vicki Nix, Stephanie Dunlap, Judy McMichael, Shelly Chambers, Pam McHorse, David Crawford, Arthur Miller, Rodney Martinez, Ror Mayberry. FOURTH ROW: Becky Lawrence, Cara Jernigan, Sharon Foreman, Stephanie Larson, Suzanne Pesl, Sandy Manning, Jeff Rothrock, Deborah Kretschmer, Eddie Garcia, Vivence Galvan Jr., Jorge Gutierrez. FIFTH ROW: Glen Heard, Troy Nelson, G. Russell McAllister, Todd Cash, Sally McClure, Sarah Caroselli, Zane Bauer, Becky Aldridge, Beth Aldridge, Lynn White, Chris Owen. SIXTH ROW: Susan Kuck, Clay Rollins, Ray Pieniazek, Lawrence Wick, Carl Vos, Gary Almquist, Ana Griffin, Patrick Hirsch, Jeff Hines, John Lanier, Mark McCown, Jimmie Koiodziej. SEVENTH ROW: Steven Britt, Scott Baucum, Russell Bentke, John David Nedbalek, John Trainham, Douglas Herber, Coby Shorter Ill, Bryan Sieffert, Chris Gilstrap, Tim Knezek, Jim Daniell, Scott Bormann. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Gail Watkins, Carol Callway. SECOND ROW: Felix Gooding, Mason Hogan, Anthony O'l-Ianlon. THIRD ROW: Tracy Meadows, Donald Whitten, Mike Sims, Brett Wright, Michael Schoppa. 486 Organizations .-f,- . 1. . . 5 Organizations 487 D IRY SCIENCE CLUB Name: Texas Aiilil Dairy Science Club Founded: 1935 Purpose: Promotes the Texas ASLM Dairy Judging Team and dairy production. Activities: Mock cow sale, Childrens Barn Yard and dairy science shows. Membership: 25 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Sheri Kendrick, Anne Woelfel, Randy Harms, president, Margaret Crownover, Robert Blake, faculty advisor, Angela Crickmore, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Wendell Wood, Michael D, Boley, Gregory Holub, reporterg Kent Lanham, graduate representative, Deirdre Woelfel, vice president, Kristen Kay Koemel, secretary and council representative. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Horner, Kevin Bippert, Stephen Stone, Steve Larison, Chris Lane, Roy Hughes, Liane Jacobson, OFFICERS: Randy Harms, Kent Lanham, Deirdre Woelfel, Kristen Koemel, Angela Crickmore, Gregory Holub, Robert Blake. 488 Organizations DPMA Name: Data Processing Management Association Founded: 1969 Purpose: DPMA was the first student chapter of the professional organization in data processing. The club received the top student chapter, national award given by the national association. Activities: Technical sessions, guest speakers, field trips, the group managers scholarship funds for the Department of Business Analysis and Research and, handles faculty evaluation. Membership: 300 Identsf FIRST ROW: Laura Collins, Rona Davis, sophomore BSC representative: Shari Bishop, Michelle Robinson, secretary, Belinda Martin, Janet Davis, information officer: James Higgins, president: Melanie Andress, Laura Cosby, Lisa Pilliod, Paige Hudson, Susan Legg, Denise Alexander, vice president. SECOND ROW: Carol Murray, Gregg Bartolo, treasurer: Drew De Haes, senior BSC representative: Van B. Cox, Peter E. Franson, Michelle Davis, Carlyn Dugan, Lisa Ott, Ellen Kipp. THIRD ROW: John Morgan, Donna Migl, Mark Gardner, Daniel Williams, freshman BSC representative: Brian Dillon, David McLaughlin, Julio Rivera, Stephen Williams. its Organizations 489 490 Organizations -ECUNO ICS SOCIETY- Name: ECOllOlTllCS Society Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Kevin Messenger, presidentg Lea Anderson , Connie Rush, secretaryftreasurerg Eliza Kelly, Dr. Mary E. Deily Founded- advisor. NOT PICTURED: David Hagy, vice presidentg Kari Mayse Purpose: To develop leaders in the field of Economics Public felafiefls- and to provide a wider acquaintance among students, faculty and professional workers in Economics. Activities: Fall Picnic and Federal reserve bank trip. Membership: 35 GEOGR PHY CLUB Name: The Geographical Society Founded: 1972 Purpose: To promote geographical aware- ness through speakers and travel. Activities: Association of American Geo- graphers Convention every year, a Christmas Party and Geosciences Spring Picnic. Membership: 30 IdCl1tSC Scott Pederson, vice president, Jill Urban, president, Amy Summers, treasurer, Patti Stewart, Albert Martin, geosciences student council representative, Tom Wimberly. irons -- Name: Engineering in Medicine and Biology So ciety Founded: 1985 Purpose: To increase the interest and aware- ness of engineering in medicine. To establish pro fessional relations with related industry and to expose the Texas A8cM engineering medicine curriculum. Activities: Monthly speakers, semesterly field trips and Student Professional Awareness confer- ence. Membership: 35 Ifldelltsl FIRST ROW: Carolyn Salcito, Kathy Albright, Jacqueline Coleman, Program chairman, Elizabeth L. Booker, chairman, Sarah Mclntosh, secretary. SECOND ROW: Michelle J. Montee, membership committee chairman, Kevin W. Lee, Saleem Ghias, professional relations committee chairman, Joe Willcox, Jennifer Murray. THIRD ROW: Jon F. Hunter, advisor, George Smith, vice chairman, Mark Chenshaw, student relations chairman, Bernard Zee, Greg Blackwell, David J. Mills. Organizations 491 -ik. 492 Organizations Abs I ' f 'Q 'pf' ' 1.- 9 12, ,ag s fy -.3 'Li ETS 1 Name: Engineering Technology Society Founded: 1969 Purpose: To coordinate the activities and interests of students and faculty in the Engineering Technology Department. Activities: Annual Halloween Party and Spring Luau, Career and JETS Days, plant trips, dominoes tournament and Spring Banquet. Membership: 120 Idflltsf FIRST ROW: Pam Jackson, secretary, Patrick Debner, social chairman, Ronnie Villarreal, junior SEC representativeg Charles Zinsmeyer, vice president, Sherry Allison. SECOND ROW: Lynley Childress, Jon Stack, Polly Parker, public relations chairman, Clay Self, Wade Hedrick, senior SEC representative. THIRD ROW: Gerald Verwold, president, Robert McFall, treasurer, Duane Wendel, I-lomero Garcia. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Pam Jackson, Gerald Verwold, Polly Parker. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Villarreal, Charles Zinsmeyer, Robert McFall, Patrick Debner, Wade Hedrick. ENTOMOLOGY l Name: Texas ASLM Undergraduate Entomology Club Founded: 1920 Purpose: The furtherment of knowledge of entomology and bridging the gap between faculty, undergraduate and graduate students. Activities: Career day booth, honey sales, insect box and pin sales and insect collecting trips. Membership: 25 Idefltsl FIRST ROW: Staci Carson, secretary: Frank Krupala, David Hoel, Randy Wilde. SECOND ROW: Matthew Hodde, president, Billy F. lVlcCutcheon, vice president: Marty Gibson, treasurerg Bracken Finney, ag council representative, Chuck Klein. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Matthew Hodde. Bracken Finney. SECOND ROW: Staci Carson. THIRD ROW: Billy McCutchen, Marty Gibson. Organizations 493 Audi'- ax., . , 4 ffl 41 , 494 Organizations Name: Finance Association Founded: 1975 Purpose: To expose finance majors to the career paths they can pursue and to bring students and faculty together for socializing. Activities: Guest speakers, field trips to Dallas and Houston and parties. Membership: 100 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Mark Giltner, senior council representativeg Christine Burbank, vice president of programs, Curtis C. James, president, Chris Ehlinger, vice president of operations, Laura Goldwater, treasurerfsecretaryg Darrell Bastian, junior council representative. SECOND ROW: Sheryl Schneider, Carmen Currie, Scott Cosman, Cathy Cohea, Mary Monroe, junior council representative, Brenda Blaha, junior council representative, Joanie Pitner. THIRD ROW: Susan E. Baker, Carolyn Ritchie, Nathan McClellan, Susie Herrera, Sharon Smith, Neil Schissel, Kelly McCracken. FOURTH ROW: Marilyn Swenson, Sandy Koch, David Schwarzbach, George Brock, David Schreiber, John Heldenfels. FIFTH ROW: James Manning, Todd Routh, Mark W. Dube, John Hal Wood, John Alexandrides, Scott Lummner, advisor. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Christine Burbank, Laura Goldwater, Scott Lummer, Mary Monroe, Brenda Blaha. SECOND ROW: Mark Giltner, Chris Ehlinger, Curtis C. James, Darrell Bastian. FINANCE ASSOC. " -E X555-.." , , 122-2988- sx -Q. :5.T.........e.1 if FOHCL B-- Name: Floriculture Ornamental Horticulture Club Founded: nfa Purpose: To give members an opportunity to learn practices in plant care, preparation and management. The club gives students with similar interests a chance to interact. Activities: Monthly plant sales, mum sales during football season, yearly regional and national convention, parties and bud vase sales at Valentines. Membership: 55 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Kathie Martine: Susannah Grubb, Cindy Davis, Sandy Lubbers, Kristine Foreman. SECOND ROW: Melissa Simcik, Loretta Bily, Beth Monroe, Marietta Compton, Kristi Simank, Garlene Sullivan. THIRD ROW: Ted Meador, David Reed, Larry Whitfield, Glen Weber ll, Cindy Osoba, Della Barbato, FOURTH ROW: Roy Martin, Keith Zamzow, Russell McEliza, Carla McElya, Jennifer Anderson, Cheryl Albert. Chris Strutz. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Sandy Lubbers, floral concessions sales managerfbookkeeperg Cindy Davis, treasurer: Susannah Grubb, vice president. SECOND ROW: Gaylene Sullivan, floral concessions co- manager, David Reed, advisor: Beth Monroe, historian, Kristi Simank, floral concessions co-manager. THIRD ROW: Keith Zamzow, green house maintenance manager: Cindy Osoba, secretaryp Russell McElya, president, Ted Meador, green house manager. Organizations 495 GGIELAN I gg: V W-OW, ,. I-JO Q f ' .v-1.3 Ei. .- vp E, 'Z rl.: 'i..,q-Z' ,' ' , 1 .w .1 , YA IE. 14. - s 1 4 -4 1 4 N n 1 gwV'.,Ll'lff . 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It is a fictious rendering of Shakespeare's life and his relationship with his wife and children. The play also attempts to explain Shakespeare's call to writing by his infatuation with a troupe of actors that come to town. The actors inspire his poetic heart and he makes the decision to leave the security of his family to follow his dramatic nature. Twelfth Night The Aggie Players ended their 41st season with the Shakespeare play the Twelfth Night, which poet John Mase- field describes as 'the most perfect comedy in the English languagef The play is filled with love, mistaken identities and practical jokes. The main plot of the Twelfth Night begins with Viola and Sebastian, twins, shipwrecked and separated on the coast of Illyria. Viola, played by Sonya Merriam, disguises herself as a boy, Cesario, and becomes a servant to Duke Orisio, ruler of the land. Viola secretly loves the Duke, but he loves the Countess Olivia, who in turn, loves the servant Cesario. The play continues in this mad circle until Sebastian arrives on the scene which causes everything to become more con- fused. In the end love triumphs with the Duke and Viola and Countess Olivia and Sebastian vowing their love to each other. Behind this main plot are the antics of Countess Olivia's uncle and servants. O1ivia's lady-in-waiting, Maria, is in love with her mistress, drunken uncle, Sir Toby, and they join with Sir Andrew, Olivia's strange suitor, and Feste, the fool, to deceive Malvolio, the steward. He is tricked into wearing yellow stockings by a supposed loveletter from Olivia and winds up in jail because everyone thinks he is crazy. This, combined with the main plot, produces a very amusing and entertaining play that the Aggie Players performed wonder- fully! 496 Organizations FSC Name: Food Science Club Founded: 1971 Purpose: lt provides students with a social and professional view of Food Science and Technology. Activities: Members attend the Annual Institute of Food Technologists Convention to learn about Food Science and help increase interest. Also, during football season, they sell pecans to raise money for scholarships, field trips, speakers, and to send students to regional and national meets. Membership: 30 Identsz FIRST ROW: J. D. okom, Megan Jones, Mark Gai, Rosa Panaga. sEcoND ROW: Colleen Cummings, Rafail San Miguel, Ronriguo Gimenez, Sigrid Helgason. THIRD ROW: Ralph Waniska, Claire Ochoa, Travis McMahan, Randy Hobert, Enrique MacGregor. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Megan Jones, public relations, Randy Hovert, liason to IFT. SECOND ROW: Sigrid Helgason, secretary: Enrique MacGregor, president, Claire Ochoa, treasurer. THIRD ROW: Ralph Wanioka, advisor: Rafail San Miguel, vice president. l FORE TRY CLUB 1- Name: Texas ASLM Forestry Club Founded: 1981 Purpose: To promote and educate students and faculty in forestry through social and professional aspect. Activities: Christmas tree sales and the annual lumberjack com- petition. Membership: 20 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Cecil Kramer, Mark Koenig, vice president social affairs, Jerry Penn, presidentg Irene MacStravie. SECOND ROW: Keely Joseph, Russell Swinney, Todd Snyder, Christy Gantt, president, Association of Southern Forestry Clubs. THIRD ROW: Nancy Brannan, Andrew Sirman, Bobby Gantt, Richard Hebert, Wayne Pfluger, recording secretary. FOURTH ROW: Cleveland Clarke, Dr. Craig McKinley, advisory Mark Trabing, treasurerg Mark Wakeland, vice presidentg Keith Przybyla, ag council representative, Curt Sherretts. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Mark Koenig, Wayne Pfluger, Jerry Penn, Christy Gantt. SECOND ROW: Mark Wakeland, Keith Przybyla, Mark Trabing. Organizations 49 1... 4-1111 Name: Texas ASLM University 4-H Club Founded: 1926 Purpose: Provides an opportunity for former 4-l-l'ers to contin ue their work and to serve as leaders to youth throughout Texas. .lctivitiesz Members serve as county, district and state judges, fall and spring retreats, judging tour, Adopt-a-4-Hler, socials. Membership: 30 IdCHtSI FIRST ROW: Joye Nalls, Stephanie Frerich. Melissa Gholson, Kathy Barclay, SECOND ROW: Lisa Kuykendall, Cesar Alvarado, Sandra House, Sharon Dohmann, Bethany Boyles. THIRD ROW: Mendy Fenton, Scott Baucum. James Berry. Justin Kotzur, Deborah Kretschmer Officers: FIRST ROW: Scott Baucum, as council representativeg Sandra House, historian. Kathy Barclay, president. Sharon Dohrnann, secretaryg James Berry. pr. NOT PICTUREDS Jody Hall, as council representative: fvlertdy Fenton, vice president. Joe Shelby. treasurer. 498 Organizations t IS ,-f- 1 sud, 3-nik' Lfa 'rl' - GEOPHYSICS -' Name: Geophysics Society Founded: 1972 Purpose: To provide an opportunity for students and faculty interested in geophys- ics to meet and exchange ideas. Activities: Annual Geoscience Picnic. All-Night Fair and the Big Event. Membership: 30 Idents: Fmsr ROW: Megan vvaoa, secretaryftreasurerg John VanDecar. president: Cecilia Estrada, sophomore representative, Gail Christeson, sophomore representative SECOND ROW: Dick O'Leary. Ed Murphy, Michael Thorton. Wendy Morgan. GEOLOGICAL - Name: Geological Society Founded: 1972 Purpose: To promote social opportunities between Geology majors. Activities: Parties. field trips, guest lecturers from such companies as Mobil and Conoco and a tutoring service for the undergraduates. Membership: 30 IdCIltSZ FIRST ROW: Scott Barker, student council representative, Debbie Mooney, Jim Young, programs chairman, SECOND ROW: Brian Myers, vice president. Joel Baker, president, Andrea Seifer, John Sneider. treasurer THIRD ROW: Mark Matranga, Mickey Crawford. Francine Fuller, Ross Wager. FOURTH ROW: Rick Salness, Michael Raddman. Manfred Plischken, Organizations 499 - History Club -- Name: Historical Society Founded: 1955 Purpose: To promote students' interest in historical topics. Activities: Programs with such topics as Apartheid, Hitler's Last Soldier, and Civil Rights Today and planned parties for Halloween and Christmas. Membership: 35 IdC11tSI FIRST ROW: Thomas Kent Brashear, vice president, Christina VanDoorninck, secretaryg Edward Mallou, president: Katie Veatch, not pictured - treasurer SECOND ROW: Kristl Knudsen, Pat Bibb, Stephen Y-Barbo, Lisa Pigg. THIRD ROW: Jan Goodwin, Brent Murphree, Steve Hodsden, Dan Stanford Jr. 500 Organizations I "- Hort. Club i Name: Horticulture Club Founded: 1941 Purpose: To promote and disseminate horticultural information and to achieve and maintain a working relationship between horticulture faculty, horticulture industry and students. Activities: Production of fruit and ornamental plants in the horticulture nursery, pecan, peach, pumpkin and the annual spring bedding plant sales, community service projects and various social activities. Membership: 30 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Charles Graham, educational chairman, Cathy Cook, secretaryg Marian Eddy, president: Fred Lanford, ag council representative. SECOND ROW: Andrew Morrison, David Angst, Chris Strutz, Karen Cassell Daniel Brillinger, Shahrbanu Pezeshigi. THIRD ROW: Raymond Miller, Laura Miller, Dennis Joy, John Roemer, Joe Novak. FOURTH ROW: Dan Hanna, advisorg Kevin King, Pete Robertson, John Muras, Thomas Winkel, Benton Storey, advisor. M :Si La Tertulia m i: Name: La Tertulia-Spanish Club Founded: 1984 Purpose: Learning and promoting Spanish language and culture through a social atmosphere. Activities: Monthly Spanish movies, soccer games and cookouts, an annual holiday care package for the needy, parties with Spanish department professors. Membership: 30 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Belinda Johnson Lane, Kelles, McWhirter, Eduardo Urbina, advisor: Alexander Yui, vice president: Ted Crisp, president: Shari Landa, publicity: Holly Mcguire, activities. SECOND ROW: Charles Garcia, Lynn Mullenwes, Kristie Richardson, Steve Griner, Anne Young, treasurer, Chris Baker, Lea Anna Foote. THIRD ROW: Nicki McKittrick, Sarah Schuster, secretary: J. Scott Real, Michele Stewart, Tim Sampeck, Francisco Tseng, Deyanira Romo, Nydia Cabello. FOURTH ROW: Wendy Jones, Ann Appleby, Brian Goeken, Gillermo Smith, Minele Riordan, Molly Pepper, Lori Apffel. 1, Organizations 501 -- IEEE --- Xame: Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Founded: 1963 Purpose: To expose engineering students to new technology in the industries and to prospective employers. Activities: Careers Day held in the fall, annual Lawn Picnic held on the lawn of Zachry, Pro-Am Day for students to meet professionals in the IEEE fields and other social activities. Membership: 1963 Id61'ltS2 FIRST ROW: Tracy Sligar, chairman, Richard Hannah, membership chairman: Debra Durda Paasch, assistant parts store manager, Stephen McCarthy, vice chairman. SECOND ROW: Paul Pritchett, Cindy Spance, Cynthia Harris, secretary, David Reid. THIRD ROW: Gary L, Cox, Jacqueline Jackson, treasurer, David Cash, parts store managerg David Dupnick, Robert Atkins. FOURTH ROW: Kenneth Land, Scott Zrubek, Michael Halpin, Phil Brandon, Ketan Patel, OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Tracy Sligar, Richard Hannah, Debra Durda Paasch, Stephen McCarthy. SECOND ROW: Jacqueline Jackson, David Cash, Cynthia Harris, 502 Organizations IIE Name: lnstitute ot lndustrial Engineers Founded: 1952 Purpose: To build a strong relationship between students and their future profession. Activities: Plant trips throughout the year, fall party, spring picnic, and speakers sponsored at monthly meetings. Membership: 150 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Tim Ramponi, Laura Wadsworth, Greg Lowe, Laura Ellis, Deborah Tallini, Marvin Kuers, Joyce Anderson, Elsa Benavides. SECOND ROW: Susan Lipsey, Michiet Courture, Karen Kozel, Leslie D. White, Jana Gibson, Dawne Shippee, Tom Black, Cathy Mills. THIRD ROW: Joan Sarate, Jessica Secerka, Linda Barras, Susan Schaefer, Angela Prieto, Betsy Muir, Tracy Rose, Sandy Manning, Meera Kishnamurthy. FOURTH ROW: Brian Reeves, Vickie Williams, Isaac A. Cohen, Juan Manues Lamparero, Martha Bellens, Timothy Morris, Joan Woodward, Judy Gerdins. FIFTH ROW: William Horsford, Harvey R. Stockman, Christopher Kelly, Larry Nelson, Art Ochoa Jr., Russell Riley, Harry Callicotte, Randy L. Smith, Juan A. Arguello, Jeff Abernathy. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Deborah Tallini, senior representative, Laura Ellis, president, Joyce Anderson, secretary, Elsa Benavides, junior representative. SECOND ROW: Greg Loewe, chapter development, Laura Wadsworth, vice president, Tim Ramponi, treasurer, Marvin Kuers, faculty advisor. --. sv-Q 2 i 4... 1 rf-, Organizations 503 504 Organizations ASSE Name: American Society of Safety Engineers Founded: 1977 Purpose: To promote the advancement of the safety engineering profession and foster the well-being and development of its mem- bers at Texas ASLM University. Activities: Guest speakers, participate in JETS Day, High School Career Day, MSC All- Night Fair, Texas Safety Association Conven- tion, Professional Development Conference and social activities for members. Membership: 25 FIRST ROW: Richard Konzen, advisor, Diane Davis, secretaryftreasurerg Connie Carr, reporter: Darren Martin, vice president, Karen Carter, president: Ed Richmond, social chairmen. SECOND ROW: Jan Simon, Carl Glass, John Gallucci, Guillermo Angelais, THIRD ROW: Adolfo Rubio, Mark Munoz, Tim Church, David Massey, Stephanie Barbee. L Management Society Name: Management Society Founded: 1963 Purpose: To help interested management majors learn more about their field through direct Contact with managers in various organizations. Activities: Field trips to various businesses of interest and receptions. Membership: 150 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Susan Kent, senior representative, Barbara Adler, Oscar Sepulveda, Laurie Human, sophomore representative: Suzette Spencer, secretary. SECOND ROW: Debbie Oaks, vice president programs, Michael Dennison, Kim VanBuskirk, treasurer, Danny Bailey, Dena Beaver, president, Dawn Hurlston. THIRD ROW: Gayleen Boriskie, Michael Presley, Stan Nauck, David Woods, Melinda Pumpelly. FOURTH ROW: Howard Chamberlain, Mike Fletcher, Matt Stump, Michael Abelson, DiAnn Preston. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Susan Kent, Laurie Human, Suzette Spencer, SECOND ROW: Debbie Oaks, Kim VanBuskirk, Dena Beaver. "'-'rr '. 0 '- ,',2' 4333 x . 1 r 1' I J 3 L. Organizations 505 506 Organizations Math Club Name: Math Club Founded: nfa Purpose: To provide a meeting place for students interested in Mathematics and applied Mathematical Sciences. Activities: Meetings with faculty and spring picnic Membership: 25 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Al Boggess, sponsor: Glenn Mullikin, Mike Mossinshofi, president: Sally Haas, vice president: Brenda Taylor, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Robina Boykin, Rebecca Rosenbalm, Susan Parasch, Danna Wolf. THIRD ROW: James Brown, Marcy Moore, Clifford Krumvieda, Steve Kenney. RKET I G SOCIETY Name: Marketing Society Founded: 1961 Purpose: Seeks to complement faculty f student f practi- tioner interaction at a variety of marketing-related func- tions. Activities: Trip to tour marketing companies in Dallas and attend Dallas Cowboy Football game, sponsor speak- ers from AT8rT and other marketing related firms. Membership: 350 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Michele Smith, presidents liasong Teri Foyle, senior representative, Sherry Meyer, presidents liasong Veronica Dominguez, secretary, Lance Collins, co-president, Sam Miller, co-president, Janet Kent, treasurer: Melissa Muecke, publicityg Mike Brenna. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Sander, Kaylyn Wetter, Leah Foust, Melissa Well, Carolyn Calhoun, Tracey Nolan, Michael Patino. Cheryl Tate, Amanda Kelley, Jill Groves, Kathleen Harford, Annette Biever, Karen Lee Thomas. THIRD ROW: June Leidner, Sylvia Andrews, Brenda Machac, Kathleen Ohnheiser, Anne Wellford. John Brennan, Christina Caywood, Judy Turner, Kim Primm, Anthony Harrison, Sheryl Fogle, Peter Vela, Teresa Blanco. FOURTH ROW: Alexandra Martinez, Ken Edwards, Mary Jenkins, Marilyn Harris, Sheela Shankar, Lynne Bethke, Victoria Davies. Brad Behell, Kirstin Brown, Shelley Warzecha, Donna Scheider, Stephanie Thomas, Shelly Burnett. FIFTH ROW: Blake Groves. Joy Zimmerman. Kerstin Fredrickson, Julie Favorite, Adina Beck, Lisa Mayer, Peter Wilt, Linda Glissendorf, Andy Biancardi, Margie Aulenbacher, Teri Rothell, Roger Uminski, Sherri Kiszely. SIXTH ROW: Karen Denise Thomas, Jonna Staples, Laura Moerbe, Wendy Woeltel, Jeannie Buzard, Marcy Younts, James Fagan, Ken Phillips, Scott Slaughter. Landon McClain, Joseph Stovall. SEVENTH ROW: Louise Briggs, Delona Hill, Mike Crippen, Martin Scott, Paul Caradeo, John Phillips, Carol Cagle, Scott Real, Michelle Waida, Loc McNew. EIGHTH ROW: Tom Wensinger, Leigh Ann Ausere, Carla Ludwig, Kevin Mutschler, Scott Marshall, John Miller. Carlos Martinez. Ona. 416.16 W Organizations 50 508 Organizations Speech Commrmication Name: Speech Communication Association Founded: 1985 Purpose: To provide job related information to Speech Communication majors and allow them to meet fellow classmates. Activities: Dallas field trip to visit companies and student-faculty party. Membership: 75 FIRST ROW: Rawdon Allen, vice president of programs, Jenny German, treasurer: Carolyn Coffey, president: Gwen Guseman, vice president of activities. SECOND ROW: Kathy Heye, Eric Voss, Ellen Swan, Brad Bebell. THIRD ROW: Angie Pahde, Sonia Gordon, Ashley Girling, Elizabeth Hudson, Sara Rogers. -- MAES - Names Mexican American Engineering Society Founded: 1981 Purpose: To encourage Hispanic students to enter the technical fields and to make the transi- tion from college to career a smooth one. Activities: Aid to earthquake victims in Mexico City, Big Brother fSister Academic Program and participation in the Big Event. Membership: 25 ICICIIIQSI FIRST ROW: Maria Fuentez, Melanie Gonzalez, Severo Lopez Jr., vice president, Nora Kristina Diaz. SECOND ROW: Hector Carrasco, Juan Carlos Craig, Charles Humphries, secretary: Juan F. Valdez, Carlos Olivarez. THIRD ROW: Art Garza, public relations chairman, Rudy Rodriguez, president: Joe R. Trevino Arnold Gaya. OFFICERS: Art Garza, Charles M. Humphries. Severo Lopez, Rudy Rodriquez. Organizations 509 7? . -0, Qin: 1 -9- 'Qui i ah -5' f 'dp 5. ! Q-7 '14 ' QT -Q- .V V -J' ' j IIN! :rata - f ':.1b,' " I l - fr "i , -4 C 555' I .7' .- n I' X .... , . .- ALA-ui 'L V "Q9gPfZf"r'?f'-' lr- 1--f..'a:,fgtw:wfv-V -ft 1-'4"7fty- . E , F' , ."4f4,', ,VV-L: Pre Med Pre Dent Name: Pre-MedfPre-Dental Society Idents: orsmcensr rmsr now: Amy woehfman, social , chairpersong Benny Scott, freshman reporterg Chris Montemayor, Founded- secretary. SECOND ROW: Tom Cartwright, presidentg Steve Purpose: To help students prepare for medical and dental MC'?0'1ald' Vice Pfesidenfl John King, ffeasufef- school. Activities: Speakers, Visit the Medical School at Texas A8cM and Pre-Professional Bash. Membership: 100 510 Organizations l......,. lil .' 1' his bil 'T-'11 5' I 477 in g V, 'il M I-D kk l -Tn :V L . I r. IA L4 v7 W .1 'u W 5.91 an U-' -i' I2 Y,-f, ' - . V , - ff..-".':g --'-L',,, if ' jxf- 4, - A' '-.2 'X-v-be-g.. mf-.f .1-1 1 :-. , . A -f . ,Q A bg, 5 -..- --'.. s - -- -. '--.k - ' ,g,q5:.q,,g,-1 1. glT!'V V,-s,'.--uh Lg? ,'1-.,v- - . Lg qv . gf..-uf--'F-g--uf -a,":L,E.'f ,f....- f ' ' g-q- -v -,,-.2 . -. . . -Q --1 Sf-4'-c -fr-Y---. , 5 - w. .wi-f- ' .fr ,..?445.'1,:a:'-ez.-f 'r-- Q, 9- rs:-19.12-5 L5 ef- :P 33:2-92-'r A-.42 ,cg- SL- .aa-P' .V.' El 'l Gr. L' A7 law Q7 ll! 3 -W 135 . .fm vw" 1 --N MA--- Name: National Agri-Marketing Association Founded: 1978 Purpose: To provide knowledge to students interested in the field of agricultural marketing, sales and public relations, and communi- cations. Activities: Professional Career Planning in Agriculture Day, marketing competition convention held in Dallas in the Spring. and tajita festival. Membership: 50 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Sandra Menzel, presidentg Denise Parker, treasurer: Deborah Hees, vice presidentg Tracy Sessom, secretary, SECOND ROW: Cynthia Mayorga, Barry Garrett, Crystal Muchaw, S. J. Westbrook, Dana Dueitt. Cathy Abney. THIRD ROW: Jeannine Smith, Dwayne Padalecki. Jim Bob Simpson. Tommy Jendrusch, Susan Ables, Dana Weber. OFFICERS: Tracy Sissom, Denise Parker, Deborah Hees. Sandra Manzel, Organizations 511 HAT. ASSOC. HO EBUILDERS ' lg ffffsf Name: National Association of Homebuilders Founded: nfa Purpose: To exchange information and experience with the N.A.l-l.B. of the US. and state affiliated associations. Activities: National conventions, field trips and social events. Membership: 75 Identsf FIRST ROW: Lori Adams, Dawn Boshart, "Skip" Benny Clark, Jennifer Pearson, Sandra Castaneda, Kathryn Kruse, Sandy Roy. Paul Roy, Shawn Smith. SECOND ROW: Russell Milholm, Mark D. Martinez, Douglas W. Erok, John Holliser, Frances Marsh, Larry Grosse. THIRD ROW: Arthur Herrera, Kevin Daubeniek, Kevin Green, W. J. "Blotto" Cross, Carmen M. Garza, Gregg L. Detlarnett. FOURTH ROW: Larry Shelburne, Garry Camp, faculty advisor, James Boyd, Chip Natsis, Arthur Barkis, Michael Sweet, James Kim, Alan Lewis. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Jennifer Pearson, public relations, Larry Grosse, advisor: Sandra Castaneda, secretary. SECOND ROW: Jim Boyd, photographer, John Hollister. treasurerg Jim Cooper, president 512 Organizations :wg0""x x . we W. ...,,xc's'Y, B tiff far., Q X. 4' bv g 1 -.'i. - 2 NSBE Name: The National Society of Black Engineers Founded: 1978 Purpose: To promote public awareness of engineering opportunities of Blacks and to improve the retention of students studying engineering in undergraduate and graduate levels. Activities: Plant trips, community service projects and graduate school program. Membership: 30 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Sheretta James, treasurer, Alma Louise Echols, historian: Ronald Williams, Kenneth Johnson, president: Portia D. Robinson. SECOND ROW: Andrea Milligan, Johnny W. Carter, vice president: Stanley K. Goodridge, Kathleen Colson, Marsha Pierce, communications chairperson. THIRD ROW: Kathleen Leonard, secretary: Anthony Hawkins, Greg Blackwell, academic chairperson: Rhonda R. Franklin, activities chairperson, Sandra M. Brown. FOURTH ROW: Kevin Williams, Margus Drayton, Anthony K. Davis, David W, Molix, Gary W. Hawley, treasurer: Robert G. Chambers, Nathan R. McClellan. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Alma Louise Echols, Kenneth Johnson, Sherreta James. SECOND ROW: Gary W. Hawley, Marsha Pierce. THIRD ROW: Rhonda Franklin, Greg Blackwell. FOURTH ROW: Johnny W. Carter, Kathleen Leonard. NOT PICTURED: Henry Sanders, Tracy Drummond, Delorise Woodard. Organizations 513 514 Organizations UTRITIO CLUB T Name: Nutrition Club Founded: 1979 Purpose: To promote a better understanding of proper nutrition. Activities: Participation in National Nutrition month and field trips. Membership: 50 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Tracy Winder, Lisa Bruggman, programs chairman, Kathryn Hughes, president, Maria Quirante, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Carrie Richter, secretaryg Tish Wright, social chairmang Elizabeth Goetzke, Suzy Stewart. Juliann Walker. THIRD ROW: Sharon Dohmann, JoEllyn Rose, Dawn Doskocil, vice president, Jeanie Mayo. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Carrie Richter, Dawn Doskocil, Maria Quirante, Lisa Bruggman. SECOND ROW: Kathryn Hughes, Tish Wright, Terri Hurley, Britt Hoeffs. POULTRY SCIENCE CLUB Name: Poultry Science Club Founded: 1930 Purpose: To promote interaction between Poultry Science students and faculty. Activities: Student-Faculty Steak Fry, Thanksgiving and Christmas Turkey sale and Spring Award Banquet. Membership: 25 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Dr. J. H. Denton, advisor, Regina Fletcher, Rachel Malewski, Russel Yates, Jay Jones, John Bakker, Dr. C. A, Bailey, advisor. SECOND ROW: Richard Penn, Susannah Frappier, Wesley Carter, Cecil Jackson, president, Larry Collins, THIRD ROW: James Dugosh, Scott Falke, Mark Haecker, Charles Harris, secretaryftreasurer, Fred Fanick, as council representative. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Dr. J. H. Denton, Charles Harris, Cecil Jackson, Fred Fanick, Dr. C. A. Bailey, Organizations 515 48 Life E. L. Miller Lecture Series The "Future in Space" was the topic of this year's E. L. Miller Lecture Series. Political Forum brought in nine speak- ers to discuss this idea over a two-day period. The subtopics of the presentation concerned the Strategic Defense lnitia- tive lSDlJ and the commercialization of space. Dr. Robert Bowman, Lt. General Daniel Graham, Dr. Robert Lawrence and Brigadier General Malcolm O'Neill were the distinguished speakers who presented their views on SDI. Dr. Bowman and Dr. Lawrence were wary of the SDI with Lawrence wanting to continue development, but also wanting proof that it worked before its usage. Brigadier General O'Neill and Lt. General Graham were in favor of the SDI. The commercialization of space was discussed by Dr. Jo- seph Allen, Arthur Dula and William Huffstetler with Nancy Wood as the moderator. In their introductory comments, all the speakers stressed the growing importance of space. Dr. Allen felt that there would be an increasing number of peo- ple and a development of factories in space. Arthur Dula commented that this would be the "last generation that lives entirely on the surface of the earth." He also emphasized the new resource opportunities in space and how they would create a new wealth. William Huffstetler felt that all new frontiers are first explored and then exploited and stated, Uspace is the next frontier." In the open discussion the speakers covered foreign com- petition, the interest of Japan and Europe in our technology, research in space and the development of crystals and phar- maceuticals andthe efficiency of NASA. Afterward the floor was opened for questions. The E. L. Miller Lecture Series was presented November 20-21 by MSC Political Forum, the fifth year for this event. Sarah Weddington Sarah Weddington, who won the landmark case of Roe v. Wade, came to Texas A8zM on December 3, 1985 to discuss the issue of abortion. Weddington first explained the atti- tudes toward abortion in the 1970's and why she decided to take the case of Roe v. Wade. The lines of argument she used in representing the case were the past history of abor- tion statutes, the impact of pregnancy on the life of a woman and the questioning of the right of the state to regulate a woman's decision. Weddington went on to discuss other issues such as the bombing of abortion clinics, the many individual stories be- hind the reasons for abortion, regulations on abortion proce- dures and the fact that the federal government does not provide money for abortions. Her summation was that when the experts cannot agree on when life begins, then the choice should be reserved to the individual. She added, 'AI submit that that should be the law today and in the future." Gubernatorial Program 1986 being an election year, MSC Political Forum includ- ed in its programs for the year a presentation by each of the candidates running in the Texas governor's primary. The five men involved were invited to speak at Texas A8zM in order to 'iincrease the student awareness on the issues con- cerning the governor's rolef' stated Political Forum member Heidi Kemp. Republican Tom Loeffler was the first to speak and spoke on September 24. Kent Hance fRepublicani spoke on Octo- ber 9 and Bill Clements fRepublicanl presented his views on February 19. Democrat Andrew Briscoe was the final candi- date and spoke on March 5. Each presentation consisted of the candidate explaining his credentials, platform and goals for Texas wizrl a question and answer period following. The programs genexated a great deal of interest and most of the presentations a 'acted a full house. Y-,P PID-1-- Name: Professional Association for Industrial Distribution Founded: 1983 Purpose: To enhance the personal and professional development of its members through interaction with faculty, former students and friends of Industrial Distribution. Activities: Fall and Spring Golf Tournament, Christmas Banquet and Spring Banquet. Membership: 180 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Sandi Feir, treasurerp Duane Koll, director of public relationsg Holly Ashton, vice president, David Stacy, historian, Susan Aycock, president. SECOND ROW: G. A. Stone, John D. Bond, Barbara Treer, Eric Abrahamson, Darren Bowden, Kristine Florance, Tom Garry. THIRD ROW: Vesna Marinkovic, Gretchen Torres, Paul R. Priddy, Brian Roy, Jennifer Laymon, Kenneth Noakes, Kathleen Carter. FOURTH ROW: Kevin Londrigan, James Craig, Phil Kotula, Edward Peek, Brexton Friend, James Cowan. FIFTH ROW: David H. Martinez, Ashley Kuecker, Gregory R. Lohman, Randy W. Sawyer, John Jankowski, Ed. Zubizarreta, Barry Bramlett, Ralph Cramden. OFFICERS: Sandi Feir, Holly Ashton, Duane Kull, Susan Aycock, David Stacy. PRE-LAW - Name: Pre-Law Society Founded: 1960 Purpose: To expose students to Law School re- quirements and expectations Activities: Visits to Law Schools, Mock LSAT and Annual picnic with Aggie Bar Association. Membership: 200 ICICIIIQSZ FIRST ROW: Edward Mallou, treasurer: Traci Ryan, Joe S. Maida, Matthew C. McNeill, Kim Anderson, publicity chairman: DeeDee Askew, president, Hillary Jessup, advisor, Mike Hachtman. SECOND ROW: Howard H. Singleton, Delritta Hornbuckle, Rian D. Jorgensen, Tammy Thomas, social chairman: Kim Teweleit, Lisalette Hillje, Catherine Valenauela, Royce Dawkins, Jr., secretary. THIRD ROW: Douglas A. Davis, Jay Reinke, Brian Bunt, Michele Dreyer, Katie Ferguson, Tammi Carraway, John J. Pfister. FOURTH ROW: Thomas Leeper, Tim Myer, Brad Close, Randy Johnson, Scott Grissom, vice president: Robie Robinson, Don R. lley, LSAT officer, OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Kim Anderson, Hillary Jessup, DeeDee Askew, Tammy Thomas. SECOND ROW: Don R. lley, Royce Dawkins, Jr., Scott Grissom, Edward Mallou. Organizations 517 at-1 PRE-VET OCIETY Name: Pre-Vet Society Founded: 1978 Purpose: To provide fellowship among students seek- ing admission into college of Veterinary Medicine and provide exposure to as many of the varied aspects of Veterinary Medicine as possible. Activities: Fall and Spring Socials and Awards Ban- quet. Membership: 80 IdCI1tSI FIRST ROW: Olga Jaimez, Leeann Pratt. Jennifer Rollins, treasurer, Celeste Treadway, president, Angela Field. SECOND ROW: Carol Clark, Suellen Syler, Lucia F. Gonzalez, Wendy Frazier, Leigh Tompkins, Caroline Fralia, Janie Hodges. THIRD ROW: Christine Cook, secretary, Wendy Dearixon, Karen Tucker, Dawn Easley, Susan Fulton, Terri Lumpkin, Gina Hume. FOURTH ROW: Monica Willman, Kathryn Gamble, Susan Miller, Stacey Crafton, Lauri Jehl, Tanja Wooter, Teresa Boedeker, Christina Jung. FIFTH ROW: Christopher Jones, vice president: Armando Cigarroa, Kenneth Motl, W. Perry Allen, Perry Rason, historian, Tahl Rozycki OFFICERS: Jennifer Rollins, Christine Cooke, Christopher Jones Celeste Treaclway, Perry Rason. 518 Organizations is-.., r, Q V7 N imma- Name: Psi Chi fPsycholoQy Club Founded: nfa Purpose: To promote the understanding of Psychology. Activities: Field trips, speakers, and parties. Membership: 50 IIICIIIQSZ FIRST ROW: Mark Resendez, Dawnna Dukes, Natalie Ripper, Carrie Gilbert, Suzanne Sutherland, Diane I-Iolub, Leigh Dowd. SECOND ROW: Mary Jenkins, vice president, Colleen Beathard, Thomas Vitro, Stephanie Flaming, Scott Brinker, treasurer: Virginia Chen, Esther Declrick. THIRD ROW: Barbara lmhof, secretary, Michele Britton, Ellen Slavin, Stacy Thrash, president, Jana Parker, Theresa Dorsey, Lisa Hollabaugh, Shelley DuVal, FOURTH ROW: Lorraine Granberry, social chairman, Carlos Macossay, public relations chairmang Dennis Davenport, Dr. Chuck Stoup, Beth Roussell, Laura Roush, Beverly Dolenz. OFFICERS: Barbara Imhof, Carlos Macossay, Mary Jenkins, Stacy Thrash, Scott Brinker, Lorraine Granberry. Organizations 519 - RA GE CLUB - Xame: Range Club Founded: 1948 Purpose: To provide Range Science majors information about science and the art of land grazing management. Activities: ClubfFaculty softball game and picnic, plant Herbarium mounts and sales, Plant ldentification Team and Undergraduate Range Management Exam Team, which com- pete with universities in the U. S., Mexico and Canada. Membership: 50 Idents: FIRST ROW: nay McWilliams, vice president, Carla Beth Shaw, social chairman, Carolyn Fey, Ann Hoover. Mark Randolph, treasurer, Brad Campbell, social chairman. SECOND ROW: Mark Vanoni, president, Katy Garren, reporter, Dennis Behee. Deanne Mitte, Courtney Saha. THIRD ROW: Robert Gibbens, Stanley Dykes, Elisha Probst, secretaryg Kelly Blasingame, Geraroo Guerra. FOURTH ROW: Joseph Snider, Shane Brenan, Chris Call. advisor, Don Willhoite, Bob Knight, advisor. FIFTH ROW: Mark Francis, Carlon Stapper, as-council rep.: Riley Kitchens, Brad Teplicek. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Brad Campbell, Carla Shaw, Mark Randolph. SECOND ROW: Irby McWilliams, Elisha Probst, Katy Garren, Mark Vanoni. THIRD ROW: Carlon Stapper, Bob Knight, Chris Call. 520 Organizations iREALE T TECL BT Name: Texas ASLM Real Estate Club Founded: 1985 Purpose: To promote and familiarize students with the Real Estate lndustry. Activities: Licensing Exam and field trips. Membership: 35 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: David Nelson, Ray Sarmiento, Kristi Mitcham, Carla Ludwig, Suzan Coker, Carole Cervenka. SECOND ROW: Gina Donovan, vice president, David Baca, president: Steve Thompson, Steve Imbragulio, Alan Maples, Matt Brown, Monique Krause. THIRD ROW: Wayne E. Etter, advisor: Edward Ulbricht, social chairman, William A. Smith, social chairman: Michael K. Everist, Robert E. Wallace. OFFICERS: David Baca, Wayne E. Etter, Gina Donovan, Edward Ulbricht, William Smith. Organizations 52 1 522 Organizations SFTE 4 Name: Society of Flight Test Engineers Founded: 1984 Idefltsf FIRST ROW: Daman Harp, Danniella Muheim, Rosa Osesuera, Jaime B. Colley-Capo, John T. Sims, Tracy Calhoun, Kent R. Beck, Ted Hart, Carlos G. Perez, Jeff Rose. SECOND Purpose. To advance test engineering as a Ca. ROW: James Blohowiak, Bobby Binford, Graeme Wren, Eric Nottorf, Mike Little, Robert Mailhot, Donna Ward, Scott H. Miller, reer by providing a medium for student industry inter- Michael Niestroy. mum now: Dennis veseika, Douglas van Nice, Michael Beck, Russell Smith, Steve Casao, Stan Miley. action- Membership ls Open to an Students of Science of OFFICERS: Jett Rose, president, Russell Smith vice presidentg engineering, Stan Miley, faculty advisor, James Blohowiak, vice president - membership Activities: l:l'lpS, monthly meellflgs, Speakels NOT PICTURED: Pixey Mosley, secretaryftreasurer. and social events. Membership: 65 l i ,....,, 0 .tx ,,-,.4...--A. FU Bur-MEWWC5 -5' .. 4 Q PLASTIC ENGINEER Name: Society of Plastics Engineers Founded: 1981 Purpose: To further awareness of Polymer sciences for personal and industrial benevolence. Activities: Plant tours, national SPE trips, manufac- turing and marketing of a product. Membership: 20 Idents: FIRST ROW: Helene wahien, president: ings Lax, Tammy Boyer, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Bill Frey, Greg McAuley, Bryan Bennett, Jimmy Guest. NOT PICTURED: Jesse Lackey, vice president: Dan Kaulfus, vice president: Brian Fields, secretary. Name: Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engi- neers Founded: 1985 Purpose: A professional engineering organization of- fering ocean engineering students an opportunity to meet with professionals in their field. Activities: Monthly meetings with guest features. an- nual field trips to plant facilities and oil rigs and partici- pation in National Ship Design competition. Membership: 40 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Trey Hall, senior representativez Amy P Walkerman, treasurerg Sandra Douglas. secretary, Shawn Kelly. SECOND ROW: Leonard Cadena, Beatrice Bomba. Virginia Kozycki, Michelle Vargo, vice chairmang Robin Fleeman. THIRD ROW: Mark Howard, Louis Casolo. Hal Chrisman. chairman: Billy Worsham, Matt Michael. FOURTH ROW: Harold S. England. Renee Abramson, S. David Waronoff, John Burford, Robert E. Randall, faculty advisor. Organizations 52.5 SNAME 1 X af' 524 Organizations Name: Society of Petroleum Engineers Founded: 1932 Purpose: A social organization aquainting students with represen- tatives from the petroleum industry. Activities: Monthly meetings with industry representatives, ham- burger frys, volleyball tournament, golf tournament and field trips. Membership: 500 Idelltsl OFFICERS: Kimberly Leach, treasurerg Dennis McHugh, president Kelly Wessels, secretary: Kirk Osborne, vice president. sera -- WE Name: Society of Women Engineers Founded: nfa Purpose: An educational service organization dedicated to making known the need for women engineers and encouraging young women to consider engineering education. Activities: Spring high school conference, calculator vvork- shop, tutorial service and professional speakers. Membership: 70 Idelltsf Sherri Harris, Katherine Alayon, Ester Fernandez, Melanie Gonzales, Jan Carr, Lisa Brzozowski, Kathleen Colson, Deanna Crawford, Collette Grail, Michiet Couture, vice president, Quy Ha, Cindy Samsel, Michal Marcum, president: Andrea Harris, Amy Ludwig, treasurer, Martha Bellens, recording secretary. OFFICERS: Amy Ludwig, Michal Marcum, Michiet Couture, Martha Bellens. h i .pai i Organizations 525 ,--,......l .......-.4 --.,-.. 526 Organizations 51 ULUL LI Flfillll ll il H L1 Ill mmm IDU! -Z" lillillij liH1L1 Sociolog Name: Sociology Club Founded: 1985 Purpose: To provide fun and information for all those interested in the field of sociology. Activities: Guest lecturers, career planning and parties. Membership: 60 FIRST ROW: Gail A. Elvey, Mechelle D. Smith, Andy Walston, Shala Wilkins, Jane Sell, advisor. SECOND ROW: Teri Taylor, Angela Ramey, Melissa Hefun, Lia Valkavich, Cathy Valenzuela. THIRD ROW: Deidre McQueen, Tina Melcher, Robin Looney, Martha Hunt. 31, , Firf' Name: Student Agricultural Council Founded: 1948 Purpose: To serve as a link between Agriculture facul- ty and students and to encourage interaction between students. Activities: Agriculture Convocation, Spring Chili Cook-off, and faculty awards. Membership: 42 IdCIltS! FIRST ROW: Michael Schoppa, vice president: Lorie Woodward, reporter: Douglas I-lerber. presidentg Gail Watkins, secretary: Tim Klein, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Teresa Anthony. Brian Gill, Jerome Pieniazek, KayI.ynn Vanwinkle, Paul Appeddu. Daniel Gonzalez, Jan Zipp. THIRD ROW: Jody Hall, Kristen Kay Koemel, Belinda Hood, Sandra Menzel, Susan Ables, Dwayne Suter, advisor. FOURTH ROW: Matthew Hodde, Phillip Kunz, Bart Ewald, Fred Fanick, Scott Baucum, Cecil Jackson. FIFTH ROW: Keith Prizybyla, Shannon Garner, Leonard Andrew, David Braune, Bracken Finney, Philip Massirer, Carlon Stapper. OFFICERS: Gail Watkins, Michael Schoppa, Tim Klein. Lorie Woodward, Douglas Werber, Dwayne Suter. Organizations 527 G COU CIL l 528 Organizations SAIF D Name: Student American Institute of Floral Designers Founded: nfa Purpose: To promote the activities of floral design through projects, contests, and informative symposiums. Activities: Furnish designs for the Presidents home and the Board of Regents reception for every home football game, attend symposiums and projects for University activities such as Cotton Pageant, Miss TAMU and Ring Dance. Membership: 15 Id6I1tSZ FIRST ROW: Suzanne Pesl, Tiffany Reagor, Kelly Lee, Michelle Graham. SECOND ROW: Glenn Weber, Debbie Nohavitza, Leslee Williams, Valerie Russell, vice president: Jim Johnson, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Paul Rollmann, Cheryl Walker, Susan Borozovvski, Alison White, president, Cheryl Albert. TE--L Name: Texas Student Education Association Founded: 1976 Purpose: To interest men and women in Education as a career and to strive tor higher standards of education and teacher preparation. Activities: District and State Conventions, fundraisers and endot- the-year banquet. Membership: 125 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Tina Smith, Cynthia Mott, Beth Toppert, Glenda Burns, SECOND ROW: Missy Suggs, Carla Wolf, Susan Stiteler, Gayle Mikulenka, Theresa Drummond. THIRD ROW: Janet Messenger, Laurie Nix, Tina Parma, Dena Beaver, Robin Griffith, Pamela Paar, Sarah Jurek. FOURTH ROW: Laura Walstead, Tamara Thomas, Karen Maha, Shannon Leissner, Bettie McGinness, Julie Rankin. FIFTH ROW: Mike Miller, Eva Johnson, Susan Clason, Gail Marie Silva, Cynthia Sturm, Erika Reifel, Anita Frazier. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Carla Wolf, Karen Maha, Glenda Burns. SECOND ROW: Tamara Thomas, Bettie McGinness, Missy Suggs, Janet Messenger, Mike Miller. --me src -- Xarne: Student Engineers Council founded: 1939 Purpose: To have student representatives from all engineering departments to coordi- nate activities and give the Dean of Engineer- ing valuable information from the student viewpoint, Activities: Engineers Week, Dean's Forum and Engineering Career Seminar. Membership: 40 Idents: Fmsr ROW: Gina M. Flood, Angers J. Mangus Britton, Elizabeth Lee Bookery, Heinz D. Grether, president, Michal Marcum, Kenneth Johnson, Danniella M. Muheim, Helene Wahlen, Paige Kirby, vice president. SECOND ROW: David DeBusk, Hal Taylor, Robyn McCarty, Ronnie Villarreal, Donna Ward, T. Thomas Kurtin. THIRD ROW: Carol Greiner, Jeffery Stewart, Kathleen Kemp, secretary, Randal Jundrzey, Bill Caudill, Joe R. Trevino, Craig E. Willis. FOURTH ROW: Kevin Duane Williams, Douglas Eugene Hopley Jr., Douglas J. Herper, Gerald D. Verwold, David Lee Abbott, Darren C. Martin, treasurer, Randy Armstrong. OFFICERS: Kathleen Kemp, Heinz D. Grether, Paige Kirby, Darren Martin. 530 Organizations ....4 x 5 1 R Kyrtm Name: Wildlife Biology Society Founded: nfa Purpose: To provide information to students concern- ing wildlife research, management and conservation while increasing their awareness and appreciation of wildlilfe values. Activities: Regional quiz bowl and annual vvild game barbeque. Membership: 50 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Barbara Norman, treasurer, Loren Ammerman, agriculture council representative, Catrina Martin, public relations director: Anne Llana, Natalie VandeVuss, Nita Hazle, Anne Jones. SECOND ROW: Beverly Irving, Lindy Neely, secretary, Christina Lowe, Damon Palermo, Jennifer Palter, editor of "Buffalo Chips", Jerry Latson, Elizabeth Dearing. THIRD ROW: Jocelyn Glaser, Tommy Thompson, Shawn Jacobsen, activities director, L. Stevan Fagg, Jennifer Shockley. FOURTH ROW: Nova Silvy, advisor: C. J. Winand, John Klarquist, Jim Brown, fundraising director: Reginald Stapper, vice president: Shannon Garner, president. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Barbara Norman, Loren Ammerman, Catrina Martin, Shannon Garner, Jennifer Palter, Lindy Neely. SECOND ROW: Danny Rakestraw, Nova Silvy, Jim Brown, Shawn Jacobsen, Reginald Stapper. Organizations 531 l 532 Organizations ,-t, lee.: N 1 J' -le f. lllllfll M I 1' u u l H' 'llmqsf -1. 94.1.1.7 I 1- WICI - Name: Women in Communications Incorporated Founded: 1909 Purpose: To provide contacts through regional student com- petitions, timely speakers, national and regional meetings where ideas and career trips are exchanged between students and professionals, one of the nation's largest Job Banks and a monthly national newsletter, PROXCOM. Activities: Informational programs and membership recep- tion with Wine and Cheese party. Membership: 50 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Rhonda Snider, membership chairmang Molly Pepper, programs vice president, Donna Hajash, advisor: Amy Bowman, treasurer, SECOND ROW: Ann Cervenka, Katherine Golley, Libby Schimmer, Kirsten Dietz, president: Theresa Cornell, fundraising chairman, Daryn DeZengotita, public relations chairman. THIRD ROW: Desiree Romero, Cheryl Burke, Gigi Shamsy, Teresa Montz, Sue Kernek, Karen Watson. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Donna Hajash, Kirsten Dietz, Amy Bowman. SECOND ROW: Rhonda Snider, Theresa Cornell, Molly Pepper, Daryn DeZengotita. QS? S Ts? iii' x ,. X Sw 55, Name: American Society for Metals I it Founded: nfa Purpose: To bring together students and faculty that share a common nterest in the material science field. The club provides contact with nrofessionals through monthly guest speakers and field trips. Xctivities: Semesterly day trips, monthly evening trips to the Hous- on ASM meetings, speakers. flembershipz 40 dCIltS! FIRST ROW: Michael Cayard, Mark Chris, Steve Cook, Robert C. Jones, like Larsen, Adolfo Rubio. SECOND ROW: Nigel Henley, James Dove, Matthew und, Scott Blondell, Eric Calvert, Anthony Hermes. THIRD ROW: James Mullen, cott Sisti, Randy Armstrong, Jeff Burnett, Jim Dubrouillet. FOURTH ROW: Walter radley, Darbe Gosda, Bruce Scott, Bryan Bennett, Brent McMillan, Mark Eldridge. IFFICERS: Scott Blondell, treasurer: Randy Armstrong, chairman, Bruce Scott, zcretaryg James Mullen, vice chairman, Dr. Walter L. Bradley, faculty sponsor. F: ,,'X.. Organizations 533 534 Organizations SPECLZXL I T EREST S ,K L1 v ' af-T' Q - WQ - ' . seg-. ff f' , ' 4 ' rx ,' 1 733 Q 4 1' ' N 1' - V. L, H Qi ag V0 xi -bf --.5 Q J Q A 2 LJ 'Cf' Lf: X wJ K X, X , 'Q If xl - HM ': --r .fcf .- .J 7,21 - f 1 H. ,, ,.V,, .1,Y. "L 1 Z'ffi 'f-f'.f---5A-1 17f,: gf ,,,'g,f'f- Lf'-, f J- , 1 - QL va - 6 f M1 mo: JA Jrfufhocr C .2 H004 J 70N L' 4 DDXOCA Jfcaw .6115 - OfJA'3"f!l J I! A LB!! 2 Z ifiZ.'f70 I ff 51:4 f0l7 - y - "iii 1.0 - cl - "r ' -6-uf nz - f'-"' Ci .Wifi ax , If Singing Cadets Founded 1894 'fi V tn! fi f-21' fl' '34 'W lfluf sf- E Bar ifze T, 15 fgwa-H. Y v t SINGI G C DETS Name: Texas A8rlVl University Singing Cadets Founded: 1894 Purpose: Traveling across Texas and the world to spread Aggie spirit and tradition with music. Activities: Christmas concert, winter tour, weekend tours, spring concert, Aggie Muster. Membership: 65 IdCIltSI FIRST ROW: Jeff Smith. Sam Martens, Pat O'Neal. Mike Shockney, Rick Thurman, Ricky Juarez, Todd Watson. Jesse Martinez, Sean O'Brien, Mike Hatchman. Greg Gorman. Tim Jones, Vince Massey. SECOND ROW: Scott Hamilton, Ken Denmark, Mike Mulcahy, Scott Feldman, Jeff Cox. Jon Fardner, Kirk White, Chuck Bowling, Tim Cashion, Derek Chambers, Mike Montana. THIRD ROW: Mike Hembree. Jeff Caffey, Victor Uher, Scott Blattman, Tim Benson, John Paul Phillip, Steve Hathaway, Marc Bailey, Bob Black, Tom Black, Scott Norvell, Casey Herrington, Marty Schwebel, Ken Brumfield. FOURTH ROW: Troy Miller, Mike Blakeney, Scot Chastain, Mike Speed, Chris Awalt, Brian Dillon, Jett Hurley, Pat Ford, Kyle Jones, John Karle, David Dick, Keith Richbours, Todd Obers, Travis Head, NOT PICTURED: Harry Garwood, Greg Carter. Organizations 535 50 Life ' 0 O f f ' f .- ff I ,- lvkj rj r" J ,flaw Gun Control MSC Political Forum invited David Berg and Herb Cham- bers to Texas ASLM to debate the heated issue of gun control. This debate stirred many emotions from the moderator, Jim Stachura and from the audience. Both men were very in- volved with their cause and ready to defend their point of view. Berg, a Houston lawyer who has published essays on gun control, argued against the right to bear arms and Cham- bers, a field director for the National Rifle Association, de- fended this right. Berg felt it was time to enact a policy of making guns harder to purchase, but Chambers felt that this becomes a problem of infringing on an individual's rights. Texas Prisons The deputy director of the Texas Department of Correc- tions, Dr. James E. Riley, spoke at Texas A8cM on April 9 and discussed the problems facing this institution. Over- crowding is the main drawback that is being fought by the Texas prison system. lf nothing is done about this problem before September 1987, the federal courts will force the Texas Department of Corrections to release some of the inmates to decrease overpopulation. Riley said, 'The solu- tion, obviously, to overcrowding is either release the inmates to meet population caps, or we build new facilities' New facilities at Palestine and the establishment of trustees camps are being considered, but the sell of state land that would support this project has not taken place. Political Awareness Day Ml think it really afforded the students and anyone who went through the MSC on March 11 the opportunity to become more aware of today's world and political issues," stated Erika Bondy, director of special events and travel in Memorial Student Center Political Forum, concerning Politi- cal Awareness Day. Approximately twenty political, economic and social groups were present at the MSC on March 11 from 9-4 to take place in Political Awareness Day. This event provided an opportunity for them to present their views by direct contact with the people. Another feature of this day was an open forum, held in the Flag Room, in which representatives of the various groups were given time to speak. Some of the groups represented were the Aggie GOPL the Libertarians with their motto of uderegulate everything", Brazos Valley Peace Action, American Aetheists, Young Democrats, Socialist Workers Party, Students Against Drunk Driving, Texas Classroom Teachers Association, var- ious local candidates and the gubernatorial candidates. QI' ,. .- VHL1 "' '-"1 '11 I . . - I I TOP: Political Awareness Day, sponsored by Political Forum, provides a good opportunity for Texas A8cM students to present their views to others. MIDDLE: Herb Chambers and David Berg debate the issue of gun control. BOTTOM: Students are made aware of current issues on Political Awareness Day. RIGHT: Dr. James E. Riley discusses the good and bad points of the Texas Department of Corrections. gsggusmisi Mexican Students Name: Mexican Student Association Founded: nfa Purpose: The Mexican Student Association is open to anyone interested in the Mexican culture. Most members are from Mexico or are Mexican- American, but others are encouraged to join. Activities: The association celebrates such traditional Mexican holidays as Mexican lndependence Day and the Posadas at Christmas. Membership: 50 Idents: FIRST ROW: Yolanda Minor, social activities chairman: Oscar A. Fernandez, presidentg Argentina G. Vindiola, treasurer, Oscar Alfonso Pier, vice president, Teodoro Leon, secretary. SECOND ROW: Alejandro Botello, Cindy Richmond, Jose M. Quintana, Joaquin De Colombres, academic chairman, Robert W. Blake, advisorg Vicente N. Hernandez. THIRD ROW: Nestor E. Huerta, officer: Armando Torres, Andres E. Ferrara, Richard J. Rabel, Luis R, Ampudia-Peters, Michael Speck, Federico Luis Pier, Georgina Gonzalez, Laura Gonzalez. FOURTH ROW: Javier Ochoa, Pablo Pineda, Bruno Del Rio, Jorge Chong, Juan Manuel Lamparero, Antonio Chong- Loya, Jorge Coghlan, Gerardo Romero. FIFTH ROW: Luis E. Corval, Daniel Ibanez, Enrique A. Cisneros, Miguel Regalado, Jorge Alvarez, Socorro Vargaz, Kelly Eindort. SIXTH ROW: Alicia Richmond, Enrique Botello, Robert Condon, Michael Fader, Silvia Quintana, Sara Jane Jimenez, Alicia Lelia Chong Loya. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Oscar A. Fernandez, Argentina G. Vindiola, Robert W. Blake. SECOND ROW: Nestor E. Huerta, Oscar Alfonso Pier, Joaquin De Colombres, Teodoro Leon, Yolanda Minor. l 536 Organizations 1 LLEMA DERS - Name: Aggie Allemanders Founded: 1977 Purpose: Promote square dancing through les- sons and regular club dances. Activities: Four to six special occasion dances throughout the year as well as weekly dances. Membership: 40 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Larry Astle, caller: Patsy Astle. caller's taw, Deanna Crawford, Kathy Crawford, president, Linda Buckalew, historian, Barbara Swenson, advisor, Mark Miller, lsaac Miller. SECOND ROW: Mark Stanfill, Monica Swenson, Ray McMillan, Rick Sala, Kent Gilliam, treasurer, Cindy Jennings, Missy Hobbs, Sandra Miller, Tim Teaff. THIRD ROW: Ray Ross, Rhonda Rydell, Dana Ross, Paul Koch, Annette Vogel, secretary, Liesl Linscombe, Linda Stroman, Stephen Wylie. FOURTH ROW: Lynda Hagen, Eva Smith, Gladys Roschetzky, David Farrar, Jaffery Palitza, Faith Short, Susan Astle, Katrina Porter. FIFTH ROW: Mary Phelps, Dan Derby, Clark Boyd, James Magnvson, Conrad Lyford, Jeffrey Polasek, Jocelyn Glaser, Deborah Norris. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Annette Vogel, Kent Gilliam, Linda Buckalew. SECOND ROW: Patsy Astle, Larry Astle. Kathy Crawford, Barbara Swenson. Organizations 537 Lg ' .LL ij J- r i , 5 " lg an-ana1y..:wz-kan rx, .LQ.z.:.:.A,,:. AGGIE GOP Name: Aggie GOP Founded: 1984 Purpose: To promote republican principles on campus and in the com- munity, and to actively support republican candidates. Activities: Sponsor various prominent speakers and voter registration drives. Membership: 175 Id6IltSZ FIRST ROW: Scott W. Brooks, vice president: Mike Hachtman, president, Becky Loftus, secretary, Nick Gonzalez, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mali Cochran, publicity chairman, Traci Ryan, Christel Munster, newsletter chairman, Laura Carrell, Lavonne Schlabach, Theresa M. Mulligan, communications chairman, Nina Bayer, membership chairman, Dub Maines. THIRD ROW: Cindy Osoba, membership chairman, Susie Pollard, Maureen Cone, Michelle Gilmore, Linda M. Martin, Laura Beth Moerbe, membership chairman, Kenda Culpepper, irrtramurals chairman: Pam L. Vela, intramurals chairman. FOURTH ROW: Becky Osborne, Katherine Wells, Douglas Jones, Timothy Wood, newsletter chairman, Michael Middleton, Clinton Gerst, Tom Harrington, Stephen Owens. FIFTH ROW: Joe Moore, Thomas Hawkins, Lee Cox, Edward B. Williams, Lisa Williams, Brad Szulwinski. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Nina Bayer, Mali Cochran, Christel Munster, Pam L. Vela. SECOND ROW: Kenda Culpepper, Laura Beth Moerbe, Timothy M. Wood, Cindy Osoba, Theresa M, Mulligan. THIRD ROW: Mike Hachtman, Scott W. Brooks, Nick Gonzalez, Becky Loftus. 538 Organizations P! if - SPACE DEVELOPMENT Name: Aggie Space Development Society, L5 Founded: 1982 Purpose: To promote the utilization and colonization of space and to inform members and the community ot activities and opportu- nities in space and space industries. Activities: SPACEWEEK, presentations in local schools, library work for space attorneys, field trips to Johnson Space Center and pri- vate space companies. Membership: 35 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Lawrence Bourg, Brucl Szalwinski, Dennis Gilchrist, Douglas Abraham, Arthur Hobbs, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Susan Davis, president: Michael Matthews, Alan Cole. Timothy Wood, David McCoy. THIRD ROW: Tom Sims, treasurerg Mark McCann, secretary: John Hattan, Christopher Efird, public relations, Mark Snauter, Name: Aggie Red Cross Founded: 1983 Purpose: To provide Red Cross services to the students at Texas A8rM University. Activities: Monthly blood drive, Swima- Cross, offer CPR and first aid classes on cam- pus, Health Fair, and emergency volunteer work. Membership: 20 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Mario Echevarria. Mark Barret, Michael Pace. SECOND ROW: Denise Draper, Minda Todd. Organizations 339 RED CROSS ' -" TOASTMASTERS - Xame: Aggie Toasters Founded: 1984 Purpose: To improve speaking and communica- tion skills. Activities: Sponsor of area Toastmasters Con- test. and semesterly barbeque. Membership: 20 Idelltsi FIRST ROW: Katy Higgins, Roy Corcoran, R, Phillip Maxwell, Leslie Leitzy. SECOND ROW: Carla Bergman, Robert Anderson, Gregory Smith, Mickey Havens. THIRD ROW: Adriana Flores-Meath, Jim Hayes, Vince Divita, Bill Ruscio. l 540 Organizations Name: Aggie Wranglers Founded: 1983 Purpose: To develop friendships within the group and to promote the image of Texas A8rM while performing country and western dance routines. Activities: Performances at State Fair of Texas, Billy Bobls, openings for Joe Stam- pley in Dallas and for Box Car Willie at Austin County Fair, and competed in Vari- ety Show. Membership: 24 Idents: FIRST ROW: Fess Jackson Jr., president, Donna Banfield, John Barry, Amy Robison, Randy Johnson, Christy Chiles, Mark Lauritsen. SECOND ROW: Shonn Everett, Deborah West, Jim Williams, treasurer, Cynthia Vaughn, Erik Bergeman, Kathryn Lance, Ricky Fleckenstein. THIRD ROW: Harry Blanek, vice president for public relations, Kim Norris, chairman of public relations, John Newton Il, physical Hazing Officer, Julie Owen, housing agent, Lauren Murphy, chief transportation officer, Philig Carter, chief uniform, Sue Ellen Casey, secretary, Doug Laird, boot shiner. WR GLER - 'if 'UF 11 -- ""'?,1-el ew. 9 X S' J Nas-It i i -Alpha Lambda Epsilon - Name: Alpha Lambda Epsilon Founded: 1984 Purpose: To encourage interaction between all disciplines of engineering through promoting school spirit and giving engineers of different specialties the opportunity to work together. Activities: Sponsors the annual engineering olympics and holds social functions with other clubs. Membership: 45 FIRST ROW: Paige Kirby, Bridget Bird, Franz Helin, Mark Potter, Heidi Meyer, Laura Gerlach. SECOND ROW: Rob Lyons. Kathy Thompson. Carolyn Broyles, Scott Nelson, Curtis Parent. THIRD ROW: Richard Ballard, Robert Simmons, Bryan Bennett, Tod Whitley. FOURTH ROW: David McDonough, Jesus Flores, Richard Sambucini. Organizations 541 542 Organizations Dance Arts Name: Dance Arts Society Founded: 1953 Purpose: To provide an organization which offers weekly classes in a variety of dance arts as well as supplementary workshops held by professional dancers. Activities: professional workshops, Fall "Works in Progress" recital, spring show. Membership: 10 IdCIltS2 FIRST ROW: Carol Nieuwold, aerobics teacherg Ginger Maples, treasurerg Karen Tipton, presidentg Cindy Broze, vice president. SECOND ROW: Teresa Thompson, Lynn White, Jennifer Ashlock, Valerie Williams. APG Name: Alpha Phi Omega Founded: 1962 Purpose: To provide service to the communi- ty, campus, members of chapter, and nation. Activities: Dance-a-thon, blood drive, selling mums, raising flags in front of Systems Building for football games and final review, and working with scouts and handicapped students. Membership: 200 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Jeanne lsenberg, Susie Carpenter, Colby Williams, Mary Lee Sanders, Flynn Adcock, Molly Malone, Mark Packer, Marianna Brownlee, Nancy Fordham, Mike Stallings, Susan Franklin, Mark Thibodeaux. SECOND ROW: LaDonna Owens, Patricia Everling, Laurie Lauderdale, Judy Lamphier, Alison Scott, Gina Geddes, Tricia Haskett, Sandra McDonald, Shari Williams, Kenda Culpepper, Pam Vela, Jocelyn Koh, D'Nette Thomas, Karen Lee Thomas, Ranate Houts. THIRD ROW: Shawn Wilkins, Karen Tullis, Carole Fulbright, Kristin Harbeck, Laura Anderson, Linda Hahn, Nina Gilman, Susan Lipsey, Frank Ackerman, Mark Board, Linn Boerner, Billy McCaskill, Priscilla Wong, Scott Berdov. FOURTH ROW: Michele Britton, Carolyn Seat, Amy Gavigan, Debbie Sears, Terri Froming, Debbie Crawford, Lea Prislovsky, Lauren Mayborn, Carol Wesselhoft, Karen Pence, Scott Filgo, David Bottolfson, Karen Davis. FIFTH ROW: David Winfiele, Jennifer Munden, Debbie Fowler, Janet Lindermood, Lisa Dolon, Judy Manning, Carol Brewster, Diane Robinson, Jocelyn Wejroch, Scott Hendrickson, Staci Cook, Scott McDonough, Richard Contreras. SIXTH ROW: Meyerer Miller, Ramesn Krishnan, Norse Rey-Bear, Larry McNeil, Patricia LeBoutillier, Tim Brown, Tim Grose, Elizabeth Nimier, Yvonne Margo, Mylea Nevvbrough, Bonnie Gordon, Lauri Pogrela, Curtis Bissonnette. SEVENTH ROW: Juan Correa, Phuong Tiet, Alec Aitken, Lynne Radcliffe, Carol Caldwell, Sara Helgeson, Theresa Dorsey, Richard Ketchersid, Diane Spencer, Debbie Corrier, Frank Prukop, Steve lhnen, Rudy Montoya. EIGHTH ROW: Greg Loewe, Jenny Parks, Gareth Egerton, Jerry Folsum, Trey Cole, Richard Heymann, David Armstrong, Scott Hill, Dan Cox, Sean Hays. NINTH ROW: Victoria Gaumer, Kenneth Hahn, Gregor Ulteig, Carl Tolopka, Scott Owen, Scott Redepenning, Bret Hotchkiss, Mike Fulbright, Kevin Lueb, Floyd Fuzi, Joseph Cook, Sanjay Agrawal, Stephen Forrest, Don Meier. "' f9'fL Organizations 543 3 , . ASIA AMERICANS Name: Asian American Association Founded: 1985 Purpose: To promote awareness and fellowship among Asian Americans. Activities: "Bid for Freedom" Bash, "Jump for Joy" Dance and other social activities tor members. Membership: 60 Id6I1tS! FIRST ROW: Ann Shao, treasurer, Peylina Chu, secretary, Arthur Hso, publicity: Stephen Joe, Publicity: Harry Tans, sports: Nancy Lew, social chairman: John Jeng, activities chairman, Peter Wong, president. SECOND ROW: Kulkanda Brougham, Pearl Chu, Hoang Ha, Hui Sung Choe, Kevin Wen Lee, Chemi Wu, Gene Torg, Katherine ldeno, graduate advisor: Suet-Lai Sally Kwan. THIRD ROW: Grace Chu, John Tang, William Quan, Jonathan Wong, Kathleen Smith, Alexander Yui, Phil Liao, Boz Collins. FOURTH ROW: Qui Ngo, Stony Peng, Timothy Eng, William Forsythe, Yu-Chuan Hsui, Ken Yang. 544 Organizations 11- Bicycling Club Name: TAMU Bicycling Club Founded: 1971 Purpose: Riding for recreation and enjoyment Activities: Rides every week Membership: 40 Id6l1tSI FIRST ROW: Kevin Holt, president, Kerry Ahearn, vice president, Stephen Jaeger, secretary. SECOND ROW: Erik Adams, Raymond Merrill, Wyatt Davis, technical advisor: Kathryn Gill. THIRD ROW: David Rheman, Eric Schorsch, David Martin. Organizations 545 '-NSC PCUUCAL ,3 FORLLM 1' I 5 ii L4 gg TEXAS ASM 'g LNVERSITY H aw H Life 51 546 Orga Nuff 7- ' ""' ,.-V . ,. F , 3 . .. , V .. A2 4 .4 V , ,Z Q 4 1 61 llfifsilkill I if r 5' ,air -i Battalion -- Names The Battalion Founded: 1893 Purpose: To provide news and information to Texas A8cM University. The Battalion is also a torum for expressing opinion and a stimulous for thinking about issues. Membership: Approximately 50 although the 60 students in Reporting and Editing 303 write for The Battalion on occasion. 1 film n A- s - . ,A N. I . MAAV' .1 f W I 3h0u1,.,,e,chlef:'10n - , V' X HQEM Batfalion X . ,, ,.,, fOI'lSfS strike back agc:ins1U S , Bntam Reogom Rand on Lnbyo 2-' We ngm mmg ro do X X.. .W ,..,., ,....u Isl t Elaseisr fish' H 3 .A N 548 Organizations Humanies Name: American Humanics Student Association Founded: 1977 Purpose: To provide career oriented educa- tion for students who aspire to work profes- sionally in youth and human service agency leadership and administration. Activities: Fall Retreat conducted to develop and plan events for upcoming year, and bring nationally recognized agency professionals to campus for four days of workshops, seminars and speakers. Membership: 40 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Brenda Zouzalik, vice president of extracurricular activitiesg Suzy Davis, Dave Moore, faculty advisory Bob Huellemeier, Linda Heiler, vice president of cocurricular activitiesg Amy Gavigan, program support coordinator. SECOND ROW: Robert Burrns, secretaryftreasurerg David Tatom, wilderness chairmang Joh Behrens, presidentg Richard Kellogg, social chairman. '-i BOXING CLUB l' Name: Texas A8rM Boxing Club Founded: 1983 Purpose: To teach and promote the sport of boxing. Activities: Tournament at the Citadel in North Carolina and Fight Night Membership: 15 Idents: FIRST ROW: Clint Fletcher, Pete King, Charles Gibbs. SECOND ROW: John Spessard, John Lazarine, Rand Egge, Jack Gill, Coach Walton. THIRD ROW: Jay Merkley, James Arca, Dee McCown, Terrell Cooksey. OFFICERS: John Spessard, treasurerfrepresentativeg Rand Egge, secretaryg James Arca, president: Cliff Walton, coach: Joey Merkley, advisor. Organizations 549 --' BRAZILIAN -'T Name: Brazilian Student Association Founded: 1982 Purpose: To Divulge the image of Brazil and Bryan-College Station and to intergrate all persons interested in Brazil or brazi- lian affairs. Activities: Parties, reception for new students, monthly news- letter with news from Brazil and participation in International Week. Membership: 50 Id6I1tSI FIRST ROW: Gilberto Leite, Elisio Figueiredo, Wandrick Hauss DeSousa, Rachel Diniz, Clayton Campanhola. SECOND ROW: Teresa Joyce Shanks, Kathy Eugster, Flamarion Diniz, Mauro Procknor. THIRD ROW: Konrad Eugster, Jose Lopes, Timothy Oakes, Theresa Emmert, Marli Lopes. FOURTH ROW: Jonathan Carter, Michael Kirilloff, Attila Budavari, Po Lam Chang, Joel Carter, Lee Magness, OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Konrad Eugster, Gilberto Leite, Jose Lopes, Eliso Figueiredo, Flamarion Diniz, Theresa Emmett. xx, 0 at I , 550 Organizations -i' Canterbury '-'l Name: CanterburyfEpiscopal Students Association Founded: 1921 Purpose: To provide a fellowship for worship and service within the EpiscopalfAngelican tradition. Activities: Fall and Spring Retreats, VCR Parties, Bible Studiesg Sponsor three weekly Eucharists lHoly Communionl: Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Membership: 200 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: James M. Beebe, Gregory T. Economides, Dana Ross, Stacey Wuthrich, Kristi Hennard, Laurie E. Jones. SECOND ROW: Fr. Mark Wilburn, Larry Kincaid, Lynne Broseman, Sherry Downing, Missy Dow, Christa Rotenberry, Marian Broussard. THIRD ROW: Shawn Kyle, Peter Beauvais, Kara Boone, James Mendenhall, John Arthur, Mike Adams. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Stacey Wuthrich, vestryg Sherry Downing, secretaryg Missy Dow, treasurer. SECOND ROW: James M. Beebe, chaplain's assistant: Peter Beauvais, senior warden, Gregory T. Economides, junior warden. +54 552 Orga Ecuadorian --L Name: Ecuadorian Students Association Founded: 1981 Purpose: A family-type organization that aids new Ecuadorian stu- dents in their adjustment from South American culture. The club also attempts to educate others about the Ecuadorian culture. Activities: Barbeque, AdvisorfStudent Dinner, December party to celebrate Ecuadorian holidays, International Week events. Membership: 20 -1 Campus Crusade- Name: Campus Crusade for Christ Founded: 1978 Purpose: To see the Great Commission fulfilled in this generation, which Jesus commands all Christians in Matt. 28:18-20. if . . Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything l have commanded you." Activities: College Life, fall conference, Christmas conference in Dallas, spring conference at South Padre Island, summer projects and state and national beach projects. Membership: 350 554 Organizations ' Guatemalan Stud nts ' Name: Guatamalan Student Association Founded: nfa Purpose: To promote an interest in Guatamalan culture and to provide its members with social and cultural activities. Activities: Intramural competitions, parties, sponsor a booth at during International Week. Membership: 25 IdeIltSC FIRST ROW: Mercedes Gallegos, Johanna Del Carmen, Kathryn Topke, Richard Torres. SECOND ROW: Juan Antonio Gallegos, Elke Ritz Aguilar, Juan Carlos Paiz, Jose Estuardo Moran, Guillermo Figueroa. THIRD ROW: Victor M. Aguilar, Aldo C. Lopez, Luis F. Cordon, treasurer: J. Ricardo Santizo, president. FOURTH ROW: Robert Quan, Carl F, Topke, Helmuth Block, Harald Petrini. Giau P Grazioso. X-,I 39 gs: I -T CL ss or '87 -- Name: Class of '87 Founded: nfa Purpose: To promote class unity and involvement. Activities: Junior Ball, Boot Dance, Class of '87 and '89 Mixer, Sale of class shirts. Membership: Anyone in the class of 1987 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Carolyn Brown, secretary, Diana Adams, social secretary: Cindy Webb, President: Jim Shepard, vice president: Melissa Dyer, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Patty Cunningham, Clay LaGrone, Jeff Sweat, Renay Francis, Timothy Kozelsky, Lisa Raney, Tara Palasota. THIRD ROW: Mary Josefy, Suzie Wenzlau, Jett Hedge, Bill Pope, Marcia Brown, Tracey Bortwem, Karen Boehnke. FOURTH ROW: Lisa Andrews, Mark Nelson, Mark Beavers, Jim Hart, John Beury, Maria Allen, Thomas Evans, Ron Holsey. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Jim Shepard. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Brown, Cindy Webb, Melissa Dyer, Diana Adams. 1, "? Organizations 555 52 Life Cgfeaf czdzzed Timothy Leary Timothy Leary spoke to an audience September 25 in Rudder. The message of the lecture from this former Har- vard professor and psychedelic drug experimenter was to think for yourself and question authority. Leary spoke on an individuals intelligence in stages. Knowledge is received first through word-of-mouth, then through reading. After books, he included hand-held computers. Free Speech Day In a Free Speech Day sponsored by Great Issues at Rud- der Fountain in November, leaders from NOW, Students Against Apartheid, Gay Student Services and spectators voiced their opinions. Among the speakers included NOW member Rick Aronstein who spoke on the birth control issue at Texas ASLM and Marco Roberts, president of Gay Student Services who argued against the fairness of laws concerning sexual relations between homosexuals. Joseph LoPiccolo Dr. Joseph LoPiccolo spoke on a topic "Love and Sex in the 8O's" on February 5 in Rudder. The lecture addressed current views and values about love. LoPiccolo ended the discussion by answering questions from the audience. Dr. Charles King In a four hour seminar on racial discrimination, Dr. Charles King spoke about modern racism and how people view each other. The seminar entitled "Judge Not by the Color of Their Skin" was cosponsored by the Black Aware- ness Committee on February 18. Dr. Lawrence Busch A lecture on Agricultural ethics by Dr. Lawrence Busch was presented February 26 in Rudder. The speech, cospon- sored with the Departments of Philosphy and Sociology, questioned ideas such as whether the increase in agriculture production was good and how technology would influence the goals for U.S. agriculture. The speech was titled 'As Research: and Instrumental Approach." Jeremy Levin Former Beruit hostage and television newsman Jeremy Levin spoke to an audience in Rudder on March 4. After being held hostage in Lebanon for 1 1 months, Levin escaped a year ago. Levin felt that the U.S. government did not deal with basic causes of terrorism in the Middle East which he considered to be the displaced Palestinians and social and religious disagreements. Marc Berkowitz Auschwitz survivor, Marc Berkowitz spoke at Texas A8zM during the spring semester about his experiences at the concentration camp during World War II. His tragedy start- ed at age 12 when his family was forced to leave their home. His father was later killed and he and his family lived in a Jewish ghetto. In 1944, his family was turned over to the Gestapo who sent them to Auschwitz. It was at this time that he met with Joseph Mengele who experimented with he and his twin sister until they were released. Alexander Ginzburg Soviet dissident, Alexander Ginzburg spoke before a large audience in Rudder Auditorium April 16 of his life in the U.S.S.R and repression of human rights. In the Soviet Union, Ginzburg said, the government puts 'fear into the minds of the people' so they may not revolt. He said that the state destroys the church and faith of the people, then removes the reasoning power of the intellectual people of the society. The intent destroys the creative and reasonable thoughts of the people, so they conform to the standards of the Soviet Union. For Ginzburg, his support of human rights needed expres- sion. As a journalist he faced the newspaper censorship and confrontations with the authorities. He was arrested three times and spent a total of nine years in Soviet prisons and forced labor camps. In 1979, Ginzburg was traded to the west for two convicted Soviet spies. He lost citizenship of his homeland, yet gained his rights. Joni Cody MSC Great Issues with the Agriculture and Liberal Arts Project sponsored Joni Cady, a licensed clinical social work- er from Los Angeles, and a panel discussion on eating disor- ders on April 28. The panelists included Drs. Sara Alpern, assistant professor of history, Alex McIntosh, associate pro- fessor of sociologyg Alice Hunt, a nutrition specialistg and Kerry Hope, associate director of counseling at A8zM. 556 Organizations ' 'R Class of 9 NQUHCQ Class of 86 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Brenda Parker, Patti Scrivner, Mindy Hobart, d xd' Bonnie Varano, Lizzy Peterson. SECOND ROW: Ronald Lee, Paul FOUR L i Hinds, cum Dugosh, Bill Brooks. Purpose: To direct the senior class and organize activities. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Robert Brian Temple, historian: Wendy I I l Cochrane, secretaryg Jay Maust, treasurer: Dan Smith, social secretaryg . C lVl ICS! 9 all , , Krish Sherrill, vice presidentg Mark Fea ins, resident. X t' 't El ph tWalk, Rin Dance Senior Ban uet 9 P Senior Bash, Class Gift. Membership: 38 Other photos: Senior class participating in Elephant Walk. O ... xr, :fff mg: " nf Vx. mu- -5. 1 'L-vi, 1 . .53 M ,4- . 'up -1 ..r -x ' fpr- .527 my -'IES' + a,',A Q, -5, '..:--,i .-P, -, -.V -' uw' ' E15 Orgamzatxons 55 558 Organizations i- CL SS OF '88 'l Name: Class of '88 Founded: nfa Purpose: To provide leadership and direction to the class of '88, and to organize all class functions and activities. Activities: Class ball, fundraisers, parties, t-shirt sales. Membership: Five officers, 18 chairmen. ICICIIIQSI FIRST ROW: Susan Garner, Angie Pahde, Kathy Lee, Jan Chvatal, Carol Home, Jana Zinsmeister, SECOND ROW: Kris Crenwelge, Susan Mannina, Amy McArthur, Deanna Morgan, Traci Ryan. THIRD ROW: Chaille Lamb, Andrea Beshara, Spence McClung, Kelley Thormer, Frank Muller. FOURTH ROW: James Chvatal, Jonathan George, Wade Stubblefield, Bill Ferro, Dion Laurent. OFFICERS: Traci Ryan, treasurer, Kelley Thormer, secretaryg Spence McClung, vice president, Dion Laurent, president, Wade Stubblefield, secretary of social activities. Colombian Students -'-1' Name: Colombian Student Association Founded: 1983 Purpose: To help new students from Colombia in the adjustment of culture change and to promote Colombian students' unity throughout the campus. To promote the country name at Texas A8zM, and the Universityls name in Colombia. Activities: Participate in the International Student Association mini-olympics and International Week, picnics, parties, fund raisers. Membership: 40 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Maria del Pilal Lopez Ferro, Stephanie von Arnim, Juan Pablo Alture. Claudia Rodriguez, Carmen Monge. SECOND ROW: Edgar J. Paz, Susannah Frappier, Fernando Ceoliel, Claudia Fernandez. THIRD ROW: Maubicio Gonzalez, Camido Gaitan, Ronald G. Gualy. Organizations 559 560 Organizations Sailing Club Name: Sailing Club Founded: n f a Purpose: The sailing club offers students, faculty and staff a chance to learn how to sail and enables them to sail at a low cost. Activities: The club owns 23 boats and teaches lessons to all members. They also have a sailing team which competes in intercollegiate racing. Membership: 30 MVILJ: ,r ?,lfW,g,7 f ,f e ' H K 'qi ' gf' is All , e l wwf- Y' L 9 4 1 l -N. ...W .,...g....g 4, ,. ,,,, Vvgbi . . i..........,...l,.., ' A, - - ff - -M N---Y .--f-....4.al u ,ms . i 'fl ,A-A21 V... --..,......-Qi ' - -Ja ,,.,.,. ...,,, ,do-' A 'ia ll , 'v ,Pli- , 1 if' .,,-A .-QQ" ,......-z.,,.,,. - -- - Y-A 1 ., , ' , . , V' ,..,- LX X ana -Qi ,, '-: f A- ,, , f,-f, ,fx ,,. WA: I ,H -1, -s - "1 . 1 il -' Q-.ffiT51f35f?23?? ,7f1'-Q-Q, QA " fl ' -A N--'3',, ' 'L'-"0-".,.1-,gf-'1Z.P ' -. ' .: . :5f2,'ili-YQ,-..j.'-1 552554 i,'.a13f': wg: , I ' ,? if 13.,a-?1..:.,.'3ff A L-V jig iii-i.-1'Q-L'gf5Qf'g5if:fsi3-fapi-1 -.1i-r,, - , it Qfi71j"jgj-,ff,',l. "wc , ,fl-, I 2" ..,f .f " - fi 71' Q S -.-'T' ' r ?'f'1'!f-iii auf-g - 1, : V ,V .,,.,.,i-,,.. 5 1--,V 1 :VV -. - . . ,, ,.,,- J, . I--H.. 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' '41 l 1 'VT' 7' Delta Sigma Theta - Name: Delta Sigma Theta Founded: 1984 Purpose: A female service organization dedi- cated to helping people in the Bryan fCollege Station area and on the Texas ASLM campus. Activities: Annual Can Dance at Thanksgiv- ing, Breakfast with Santa lprovide local chil- dren with the opportunity to meet Santa Claus and dine with himl. Membership: 17 FIRST ROW: Sheretta James, Carletta James, Vicki Neal, Sherri Wilkerson. SECOND ROW: Michele King, Karen D. Williams, Teresa A. Brashear, Andria Goldwire, Yvette Jacquet. THIRD ROW: Gayla Lottie, Charnella Swanson, Lisa Williams, Ellecia Robinson, Chanclai Phillips. r I r - GSS Name: Gay Student Services Founded: 1976 recognized 1985 Purpose: Provides support services to gay Aggies. Activities: Marches in Gay Pride Week in Dallas and Houston as Fightin' Gay Njarching Aggie Band. Membership: 50 OFFICERS: Kevin MCL:-:ad Bailey, Jan Ensink, Marco A. Roberts. Organizations 563 li P" ' Aff . . 4 ' -W gi ...Y r 3 I ., .1 ,,,, ,g - ' , 1 V, 4 ' W5 iv iff ' I - :FJ , Q Z 7 or , 7. A ,ff p .. Q I. "-1' , v .ne-' ng ,J f A if - an fl gg GYMNAST ICS Name: Gymnastics Founded: 1928 Purpose: To promote recreational and competitive gymnastics within the University community. Activities: Host Texas Gymnastics Conference and the State Championships in April. Membership: 45 IIICIIISZ MEN'S TEAM: FIRST ROW: David Johnson, Paul Mazzurana, John Shoemaker, Grant Lauderdale. SECOND ROW: James Shull, Wayne Snyder, Danny Barnett, Eiichi Tsuneto. THIRD ROW: Eric Lewis, Esteban Lonsoria, John Phillips, Cid Galindo. WOMEN'S TEAM: FIRST ROW: Annette Saenz. SECOND ROW: Debbie Riddle, Cheree Chatelain, Laura Wainwright, Margaret Abadie, Cindy Storey, Dawnna Dukes. CLUB MEMBERS: FIRST ROW: Eiichi Tsuneto, Margaret Abadie, Grant Lauderdale, Paul Mazzurana, Cheree Chatelain, David Johnson. SECOND ROW: Dawnna Dukes, David Semon, Debbie Riddle, Cindy Storey, John Shoemaker, Annette Saenz. THIRD ROW: Cid Galindo, John Phillips, James Shull, Luis, Laura Wainwright, Esteban Longoria, Danny Barnett, Wayne Snyder, Eric Lewis. FOURTH ROW: Ernie Kirkham, coach. 564 Organizations f' ,- 1 , ' 1 JT' 55. ..- Mwcewfg-is N!!!- Organizations 565 -Qi? L K ' Fe ff' 3" ' M iii' ,,., ,ng - ,.,X 1 ' 'lu 'AP .,. wg-' f 1 1 l v -,s V 4 1 . ' ll s lm VI. V F . K x. , Av W fs.-'r x 1 C 1 J x ' 5 ii v:,'. x Y.: 1 , 1- .1 N 1' 4 V . . hx, Q, ,x 'Y . N 'C' -j Q I 1' a. X . X x , H K ' ' .H p x 1 ,, '. KKK -' .. . , -- ,., . , , s r .x x sd. Nm. x.Ax V,- ,Q fu' K ,I f ' A 'X 1 I 5 X ax' X x . - ' x .xx ., ,x -. x ' X, X vi,- .1- wi mg..-,Q --rfb-N' 5614- P Q-QQS1 9012? 9915? 995 5 Qxv - c9Qi'.-t- Q' G A, .. al, N a . Q "' X.-x-'Q' ,.- x . x N, n f . 5.1, - Rs-7s'S51 fm M 566 Organizations l HILLEL1-1 Name: Hillel Founded: 1929 Purpose: A home away from home for the Jewish stu- dents of Texas ASLM University. Activities: Celebration of Jewish holidays, an annual banquet and a group trip to lsrael. Membership: 250 Id6IltSZ FIRST ROW: Rabbi Peter Tarlow, Corey Zimmet, Petrina Diamond, Geoff Bogorad, Elizabeth Bachman, Laura Blaskie, Dr. Sara Alpert. SECOND ROW: Renee Abramson, Helen Belefant, Elissa Grossman, Lisa Golden, Susan Zneimer, Michelle Cohen. THIRD ROW: Hugh Mainzer, Ben Schepps, Shari Hershkowitz, Mark Berman, Neil Zev Platt, John Karp, Don Gilman, Bruce Ganek. FOURTH ROW: Scott Sloter, Isaac Cohen, John Horowit, David Waronoff, Tahl Rozycki, Amir Friedman. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Helen Belefant, Petrina Diamond, vice president: Geoff Bogozacl, treasurer: Elizabeth Bachman, president, Laura Blaskie, historian. SECOND ROW: Scott Sloter, freshman rep., S. David Waronof, senior rep.: Renee Abramson, senior rep., Neil Zev Platt, sophomore. xr -- HoRsEME l Name: Horsemen's Association Founded: 1972 Purpose: To provide a place for students to show horses and participate in horse activities. Activities: Quarter, Paint and Open Horse Shovvsg Special stu- dents Riding School and parties. Membership: 130 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Brandee Brouwer, treasurer: Michelle Skidmore. association vice president, John Zeigler, association vice president, Melinda Harris, president, Derek Fisher, vice president: Elizabeth Peveto, secretary, Cheryl Burke, reporter. SECOND ROW: Melissa Syers, Allison Hovvard, T. Kay Salazar, Monique Krause, Diane Schuhmann, Rene Graf. THIRD ROW: Wendy Westtaul, Tania Wooten, Christine Adams, Jeff Lemons, Ethell Lindsey, Nicole Janow. FOURTH ROW: Ryan Wood, Marla Wilson, Erika Godwin, Steffanie Sneed, Terri Estes, Martha Vogelsang, advisor. FIFTH ROW: Scott Gryder, Wes Shahan, Dan Wall, Dan Stafford, W. D. Haster, Jr., J. Warren Evans, advisor. SIXTH ROW: David Blackburn, Jeffery Baker, Kevin Stocker, Karen Pruitt, Bill Doug Potter, Dr. Gary D. Potter, advisor. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Michelle Skidmore, Derek Fisher, Melinda Harris. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Peveto, Brandee Brouwer, John Zeigler, Cheryl Burke. '9- X., 1 'L -N Organizations 567 568 Organizations 1- Lebane e Students - Name: The Lebanese Student Association Founded: 1974 Purpose: To meet with people who are curious and interested in Lebanon and to act as ambassadors of goodwill and model students to answer questions and give first hand-knowledge of our country. Activities: Participates in International Week, hosts annual dinners to celebrate l.ebanon's lndependence Day. Membership: 30 Idents: Fmsr ROW: Raina Praha, secretaryg wana Khalil, presidentg Ziad Tassabehji, vice presidentg Joyce Ayoub. SECOND ROW: Fadi Laham, Madim Awad, Mortada Ebrahim, Sami Raphael, Sana Hamade. THIRD ROW: Afif Joubran, Raja Ayoub, Rabih Matar, Nadim Fares. INDO ES STUDE TS Name: lndoneslall Student ASSOClallOl'l Id6I1tSZ FIRST ROW: Gunardi Junus, treasurerg Tho Khiun Thong, l cultural committeeg Gunardi Gunawan, publicity, SECOND ROW: Johannes Founded' Baskoro, external affairsg Renadi Budiman, Yetty Muliawan, Herry H. Purpose: Provide a place and means for Students who are Sutanto,Swany Parulian, AriSoeroso, Terry Bong, president.THIRD ROW: . D l Dwi M. Siswandi, Timothy Jtama, Taswin Winarno, Oscar Parulian. lfltefesled IH lndonesla to get together. FOURTH ROW: Rafii Njomin, Budiarto Lesmana, David Foerster, Hindra Activities: Participate in International Week and Mini-Olym- hawan' pics Membership: 50 Organizations 569 570 Organizations lJZZBAD- Name: Jazz Band Founded: 1981 Purpose: To provide performance opportunities for members and increase student awareness of jazz as an art form. Activities: Parents' Weekend performance, performance before each home football game, and a Spring concert. Membership: 20 Idefltsf FIRST ROW: James Stiebing, director, Thuan Nhuyen, Matt Baker, Keith Rogers, David Senor, Steve Gentry, Laura Beam, public relations, Macy Hedcock. SECOND ROW: Leeann Pratt, treasurer, Jim McCleary, assistant director, Aaron Kocurek, Chris Rudesill, Mark Yarbrough, Jeff Reynolds, Cheryl Kessler. THIRD ROW: Brian Gallatin, public relations, Derek Soltes, Kevin Fredericksen, Todd Miller, Jim Miller, Bill White. OFFICERS: Brian Gallatin, Leeann Pratt, James Stiebing, Laura Beam, James McCleary. - -KAM-T Name: KANM Founded: 1973 Purpose: To provide free-format music programming over cable from the only student-run radio station on campus. Activities: Promotion of local music talent by providing and arranging live music shows and benefit concerts at local clubs featuring local and out-of-town bands. Membership: 150 Id6IltS! FIRST ROW: Rick Norman, engineering, Georgette Nicolaides, sponsorships, Chris Dominy, station managerg Thomas R. Reinart, music directorg Andy Kirkpatrick, Nazir Khalil, program director. SECOND ROW: Pat Saxon, Sam Buchmeyer, Mike Cranier, Ginger Hudson, Paul D. Fritz, James D, Contos, Dave Rocknic, Tim Brown, Troy Schwalbe Ford. THIRD ROW: Melissa Murphey, Kevin Maegen, James Tate, Richard Chamberlain, Michele Grossman, David Heath, Darryl Ohlenbusch. FOURTH ROW: Steven P, Kenney, Javier Castillon, Robert Green, Kirk Houser, Scott Redepenning, Troy Retzloft, John W. Duncan. FIFTH ROW: John Keller, Phillip Kotula, Shane Hall, Kevin Peter, Jacqui Elsner, Chris Lindsay, Alex De La Garza. OFFICERS: Ginger Hudson, Rick Norman, Chris Dominy, Donna Lednicky, Nazir Kahlil, Georgette Nicolaides, Tom Reinhart. 112' rf- Q . -. .'a-:-'- Organizations 571 85 96 LJ fy W - 'fl " V -,. big.: f.2i3f:1'?fl 'Q f 572 Organizations ' .,x,f'T,., J ri. Name: lVlen's Lacrosse Club Founded: 1972 Purpose: To promote the sport of lacrosse. Activities: Annual Texas A8cM fall Lacrosse Classic and Big Spring United Way Fundraiser against Texas Tech. Membership: 40 IIICIIISZ FIRST ROW: Steve Mathiason, Wallace Kahn, Kevin Peter, David Gadai, John Sneider, treasurer, Jeff Reynolds, Chris Grayson, Rick A. Burull. SECOND ROW: Neal Harkrider, Robert Pfannenstiel, Brit Chapman, Darren Crawford, vice president, Charles Grau. William Gossett, Johathan Turton, president. THIRD ROW: Paul Stirling, Jim Wagner, Kevin Sheffield, Darren Kilgore, lvon l. Isaac, Tony Jones, Mark Baselice. FOURTH ROW: Lee Ostner, Michael Moran, Chris Menzel, vice presiclentg Marc Del Tatto, Kirk Franz, Kent Croon. OFFICERS: Jonathan Turton, Darren Crawford, Chris Menzel, John Sneider. L CROSSE LUTHERAN COLLEGIANS Name: Lutheran Collegians Founded: 1983 Purpose: An organization of Lutheran students and others devoted to strengthening Christian faith and conducting an outreach ministry on the campus. Activities: Weekly bible studies and rides to Sunday Ser- vices, parties, and the annual Lone Star Campus Ministry Retreat. Membership: 25 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Bonnie Doepel, advisorg David Doepel, advisor: Laura Herzberg, Shanna O'Connor. SECOND ROW: Ted Hart, Darrel Engvvell, Allyn Jordan, Jeanne Thomas. THIRD ROW: Dr. Robert Harwell, advisorg Ronald Bremer, Clifford Krumvieda, David Raesener, Tom Zimmerman. Organizations 573 ----LM--- Xarne: Lutheran Student Movement Founded: 1963 Purposc: To advance the understanding ofthe Gospel. to enhance the awareness of critical is- sues for the Lutheran faith today and to enjoy the social development of students. Activities: Speakers, semester retreats and parties. Membership: 20 IdeI1tSI FIRST ROW: John Berry, treasurer, Alan Hausmann, membership chairman: Scott Brinker, vice chairman: Christie Probst, president. SECOND ROW: Karen Van Boskirk, Rebecca Swygert, Tracy Wallace. THIRD ROW: Frederick Brenz, Charles Born, Patti Brinker. 574 Organizations - Mme- Narne: Married Students Apartment Council Founded: nfa Purpose: To voice the needs and con- cerns of the student residents in the TAMU Married Student Apartments. Activities: Thanksgiving Feast, purchase new playground equipment for the chil- dren, improve road conditions in the apart- ments. Membership: 12 Idents: FIRST ROW: cindy Laird, James Laird, Rebecca Peake, Dianne Dean. SECOND ROW: Teri King, Andre Dean, Jeffery King, Arthur Peake, Andy Heinchon. - AQUATIANS - Name: Aquatians Founded: 1973 Purpose: To promote the sport of synchro- nized swimming. Activities: Annual watershow in the Spring. Membership: 25 IdeI1tSICindy Davis, Maria Montag, Kathy Lafferty, Belinda Delgado, Minde Guidry, Tracy Winder, Marianne Blankenship. OFFICERS: Maria Montag, Belinda Delgado. Tracy Winder: not pictured: Jhanna Bell - M RTIAL ART - Name: TAMU Association of Martial Arts Founded: 1980 Purpose: To provide an opportunity to study Won Hop Loong Chaun for self-defense and as an art form. Activities: Weekly workouts, picnics and tournaments. Membership: 35 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Thomas Green, co-advisor: Roland Kraeher, vice president: Steve Puckette. president: David Valys, secretaryftreasurerg Leslie MacKenzie-Graham, advisor. SECOND ROW: Donna Spiser, Rick Stohe, Paul Crompton, Chris Myer. Elizabeth Lorenzetti. THIRD ROW: Argyrios Doumas. Steve Whitten, Jeff McQuillen. Organizations 5 5 54 Life ff The 31st Student Conference on National Affairs began February 12 with an opening address from William Stewart, a diplomatic correspondent for Time Magazine. "The Myr- iad Challenges of the Middle East" was the topic of this year's SCONA, and Stewart started the conference by dis- cussing the history and politics that have shaped the Middle East. He also pointed out the importance of the Middle East in regard to the United States because of its oil exportation and its location in relationship to China and the Soviet Union. This opening gave the delegates a basis for the rest of the conference. Economics was the topic discussed by Dr. Odeh Abur- dene, senior vice president and manager of the New York branch of Arab Bank Ltd., on the second day of SCONA. Aburdene emphasized the fact that oil is the Middle East's largest commodity and that without it they would have no other major exportation. The United States imports oil from the Middle East, but at the same time exports "over 315 billion per year" to them and this creates jobs in the U.S.A. This makes the relationship between the U.S. and the Middle East a very productive and important one. uModernization and Islamic Revival" in the Middle East was the next presentation by SCONA. A panel consisting of Dr. John Williams, a University of Texas professor, Dr. Eliza- beth Fernea, also a UT professor and Dr. Andrew Hess of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts Universi- ty met to address this idea. Williams felt that the Middle East was re-embracing Islam in order to gain control of a society they feel thay are losing to European nations. The panel also felt that modernization of the Middle East was occurring too quick and destroying important aspects of the area. Dr. Joseph Sisco, former under secretary of state for political affairs, addressed the SCONA delegates on Friday, February 14, about American foreign policy towards the Middle East. Sisco said the United States is influential in the Middle East and it is possible to use this to help solve some of the difficulties in this area. Ambassador Clovis Maksoud, permanent observer to the United Nations for the League of Arab States, and Dr. Moshe Ma'oz, chairman of the department of Islamic and Middle East studies at Hebrew University, met to discuss the Arabflsraeli conflict on the third day of SCONA. Ma'oz presented the Israeli point of view with Maksoud represent- ing the Arabs. Both men requested peace and an end to the conflict, but each had certain opinions as to what was block- ing this success. Ma'oz felt that the PLO was the main problem, but Maskoud thought that it was due to the fact that the Israelis established their state at the expense of the Palestinians. SCONA ended with a closing address by Dr. William Quandt, a senior fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies pro- gram at the Brookings Institution. Quandt felt that America needs to get rid of its attitude of Hbenign neglect" toward the Middle East, realize its importance and "play a more effec- tive role" in the Middle East. LZ, rn: nis',f: EA sv i div-ll TOP: Gordon Brown and Ambassador Clovis Maksoud listen as Dr. Moshe Ma'oz presents the Israeli view ofthe Arabflsraeli conflict. ABOVE: Dr. Elizabeth Fernea, Dr, Andrew Hess and Dr. John Williams discuss "Modernization and Islamic Revival" with Judith Kipper moderating. RIGHT: William Quandt was the final speaker at SCONA 31, Fish camp i Name: Fish Camp I7i'it1ritlCtlZ lfzlbll Purpose: To help students establish friendships, develop leader- ship, find out about student opportunities and adjust to college life. Activities: Activities for the four day camp include informal discussion groups with upperclassmen, counselors, dances, intra- mural sports, free recreation time and time for reflection each evening around the campfire. All of these activities give the fresh- men a chance to form new friends with both upperclassmen and other freshmen. Membership: Fish Camp serves approximately 2,600 entering freshmen with a staff of 800 upperclassmen Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Jo Hudson, advisor, Ron Golub, Mary Rucker, John Huff, Kimberly Nunley, Chris Wallace, Reci Reeves, David Lawhorne, Liz Mann, Todd Ousley, advisor, SECOND ROW: Mike Stallings, Tracey Bortnem, Jim Kormanik, Ann Cervenka, Beth Brenckman, Thomas Hanes, Tina Remualdo, Chris Curran, Kathy Heruska, Chris Young. THIRD ROW: Jeff Lewis, Lori Apffel, Cris Eugster, Maria Martellotto, Kellie Cunov, Gary Ashmore, Anna Marie DeFelice, Max Simnitt, Laura May, Mike Marino. FOURTH ROW: Leo Grumulaitis Jr., Cindy Webb, Kyle Jones, Angela Funk. Jody Boarnet, Jack Templin, Alisa Dean, Eric Thode, Pam Gruidl, David Purinton, FIFTH ROW: Chris Gerhold, Julie Houser, Jeff Cox, Jamie Horton, Ross Weiland, Andrea Beshara, Wes Holloway, Ann Henning, Mike Brunner, NOT PICTURED: Nicol Walton. - Organizations x -........ Q.-..P-. ...- I M.-vu su.. vw.. M--.ff..., - .1- ..- .. ..x.5.f,., ...... Y, Y, - Aggie Get-togethers -' Name: National Organization for Aggie Get- Togethers Founded: 1985 Purpose: To promote and enjoy Aggie Spirit and unity at gatherings and Aggie-related events nationally and locally. Activities: Travel to out ot town football games, participate in lntramural sports and parties. Membership: 22 IQIQ I I Li ' NOR EMEN l Name: The Norseman Founded: 1984 Purpose: To promote Norway and establish a good relationship with foreign and American students. Activities: Travel to different parts of Texas, Vi- king parties and International Week. Membership: 30 Idelltsi FIRST ROW: Teri West, Armelle Balenceu, Hank PL. Wahl, Gerrit Denouden, Jesper Nergaard, Karen Marie Daavand. SECOND ROW: Charlene Carroll, Claus Frimann- Dahl, Hans Jacob Huide, Tim Hoffman, Hilde K. Borgen, Hese Jensvold. THIRD ROW: Claudia Cruz, Pal Nedrelid, A. Thomas Johansen, John I. Resell, Turi Hegg. FOURTH ROW: Jan Jernes, Sven Tiefenthal, Dag Mustad, Marc Padovani, Bjorn H. Birkeland. -- NRHH - Name: National Residence Hall Honorary Founded: 1984 Purpose: To recognize outstanding students in- volved in the RHA life. Activities: Recognize outstanding residence stu- dents, assist RI-IA in large programs, and Spring Induction ceremonies. Membership: 20 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Jenda Schmid, vice president: Carla Carry, RHA Iaison, Ismael Vite, Dawn Bedarcl, president. SECOND ROW: Kathy Grubbs, Susan Paerson, secretary: Susan Coomes, Carol Nester. Organizations 579 UC Name: Off Campus Aggies founded: 1979 Purpose: To provide communication of University information and to offer social activities. Activities: Off campus week, off campus spirit rally before all "Uv Night, mixers with dorms and weekend bonfire cuts. Membership: 150 IdCIltS2 FIRST ROW: Joyce O'Leary, Rob Liles, Sharon McNealy, Michelle Davis, Melissa Syers, Della Barbato, Cindy Robertson. SECOND ROW: Lauri Pogreba, Joli Czigany, Elaine Cundiff, Nancy Durrenberger, Margaret Anne Shannon, Karen Vest, Heather Markhan, Keith Godwin, Scott Leech, James Howerton. THIRD ROW: Ellen Liao, Angela Kittau, Davi Weisman, Kelly Godwin, Michelle Chandler, Dorothy Gilmer, Saleem Ghias, Janice Succi, Lori Haire, Sue Schellenbaum. FOURTH ROW: Rebecca Clark, Colin Moss, Brian Banner, Philip Stiefer, Johnny Lindsey, Donald Iloff, Lisa Cooke, Doug Baumann, Monique Krause, Ken Russell. FIFTH ROW: Clay Baker, Syed Atshani, Kim McElroy, Martha Bellens, Jeffrey Sladecek, Arhel Madlambayan, Norse Rey-Bear, Juan Manuel Lamparezo, Ken Lewis. SIXTH ROW: Kevin Driskill, Mike Donaldson, Arthur Miller, Robert Miller, Robert Webb, Linda Sippola, Charles Hahn, Rudy Montoya, Steven Ihner. SEVENTH ROW: Kyle DeWitt, Tommy Hunter, David Hooper, Gary Overmyer Jr., David Perez, Duncan McCook, John Burrus, Gary Calkins, Allison Green, Mark Eheling, Linda Hernandez, EIGHTH ROW: David Nickles, Carl Dietrich, Mark Rogers, James Emerson, George Lengel, Greg Caso, Robert Anderson, Ted Kantor, John Hutchings. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Lauri Pogreba, Joli Czigany, Nancy Durrenberger, Margaret Anne Shannon, Michelle Chandler, Karen Vest, Keith Godwin, Scott Leech. SECOND ROW: Rebecca Clark, Doug Baumann, Davi Weisman, Donald Iloff, Jeffrey Sladecek, Saleem Ghias, Kim McElroy. THIRD ROW: Kevin Driskill, Colin Moss, Brian Banner, Philip Stiefer, Johnny Lindsey, Linda Sipploa, Duncan McCoor, Gary Calkins. 580 Organizations is -1 eg. 3- .', . 4, i .,,,, W fi' 5'g'f-'if .' -I . 582 Organizations Name: Omega Phi Alpha Founded: June 14, 1971 Purpose: National service sorority designed to develop friend- ship, leadership, and cooperation by promoting service to the University, to the members of the sorority, and the nations ofthe world. Activities: Co-sponsor the Muscular Dystrophy Dance-a-thon and the Aggie Blood Drives, helps in the Big Event, Special Olympics, Alcohol Awareness Week and donates money and manpower to bonfire. Membership: 35 IdCI1tSZ FIRST ROW: Sharon Jones, social secretary: Janet Morgan, Christye McBrayer, Debbie Haass, Edita E Tinker, Bonni Bowden, Maria Quirante, Carol Harvey. SECOND ROW: Sally Craddock, first vice president: Lisa Battles, Cynthia Dunnigan, Carla Curry, president: RoseMarie Gomez, Kim Shaw, Karen Mackey, Cynthia Silvester. THIRD ROW: Corina Rodriguez, pledge master: Connie Lynn Colby, Tracy Burelsmith, Elizabeth Eagan, Janie Olsen, secretary: Amy Ludwig, Rebecca Lingo, Natalie Hopkins. FOURTH ROW: Maria Cobbs, second vice president, Barbara Peters, Sarah Koahl, Mary Celeste Goins, Jennifer Thompson, Leslie Mendonsa, Angela White. FIFTH ROW: Julie Vie, Leigh Jones, Jan Becker, Tina Elliott, Kathryn Thompson, treasurer: Leliana Escobar, Deidre McQueen. OFFICERS: Kathryn Thompson, Janie Olsen, Corina Rodriquez, Maria Cobbs, Sally Craddock, Carla Curry, Sharon Jones. -JAP ESE STUDENTS - Name: Organization of Japanese Students Idents: Fmsr now: Knorr sasaia, mst. sasaia, Mayumi , Kurata. SECOND ROW: Naoko lida. Haruo Kurata, Yuichi Founded' Osawa, Koji Nakanishi. THIRD ROW: Yoshibiro Tokashiki, Takashi Purpose: to introduce Japanese culture to American Suzuki, Koichi Tsukihashi- Shinse Tanlyamai students and to assist new Japanese students in their new way of life. Activities: lnternational Week, intramural sports and visit the Texas state Capitol. Membership: 30 Organizations 583 ,f4.i'25i P ', , L.L..,,., 511 I T Via PTK lumni Association Name: Phi Theta Kappa Alumini Association Founded: 1977 Purpose: To promote scholarship, leadership, and fellowship among Junior College transfer students. Activities: Attend Leadership and State conferences in El Paso and Phi Theta Kappa Day. Membership: 25 Id6IltSZ FIRST ROW: Brenda Kresta, corresponding secretary, Tamara Thomas, Justin Finke, Amy Dawson, Theresa Wilkerson. SECOND ROW: Lynette Dreier, David Reid, Russell Fishbeck, Cal Bostwick, Mary Staha. THIRD ROW: Lynne Bethke, Derek Ng Tang, Trent J. Schoenemann, Kenneth S. Bower, Denise Pohlmeyer, Teresa Boedeker. FOURTH ROW: Kevin R. Carreathers, advisors, Kenneth L. Head, president, Darren C. Martin, treasurer, David Nickles, Blain Gillgoat, Deborah D. Glasen, secretary. 584 Organizations v l I ? ..7, , , 1' QV in J , ts- - 7 'I ,it Y - Peer dvisors - Name: Peer Advisors Founded: 1978 Purpose: To help incoming students vvho attend the summer orientation confer- ences. Activities: Peer Advisor Executive com- mittee retreat and training session for ex- ecutives, Peer Advisor Sessions and cam- pus tours. Membership: 200 Idents: EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Fmsr ROW: Veronica Villareal, Margie Lasek. Maritza Pena, Lori Gardner, Karen Walroncl, Cheryl Sander, Tracey Quigley. SECOND ROW: Jan Winniford, Allen Johnson, Leo Grumulaitis. Mike Ankrom, Stephen Layman, Steve Goetz. Organizations 585 Q0 9+ ffm L 5 i kg- , . . ,' 2.21, 1 ,. . . E ij , X J. . ',. WEA! xx , . ' QQ .WN 4... M... .- -.- JH, .Q -- ..-- -,A 5,gfW.,,.,w. ,, , i , . , ' . .Ugk I . -- ' .-..- X. .. V Q' ""u- gilgasywt-Q-nugpnl' . , Q -uh, ,Aol-xwssr 'of' a ' ti -,A , ,-..-. H- .Qui-.snug ' 4 N ,,, aw., .. we..-nf -'H-A ' V t, , - .. ,.,.,,q,g-4.1.9 , 1 . '1.-."PJ!t"- "Q".,"'-'Q' rw 1, J-,wswln 3-'. - "K-A, 'ff ' , --.-- ,..Q,-,- , :wmv ,fg'.a,,, D ' "" ' a 4. s -Q- 586 Organizations --PI TOLTE M i Name: Pistol Team Founded: 1972 Purpose: To represent Texas ASLM University in International Collegiate pistol competition. Activities: Fall and Winter invitational matches and National sectional matches. Membership: 15 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Mon Sellers, Jim Dillon, Karen Harper, secretary: Carlos Munoz, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Terry G. Edelmon, vice president: John Boyd, Jennie Salazar, Peter Schaller, president: Gary D. Stratton. THIRD ROW: Buck Sullivan, coach: Roger C. Davis, coach, Mark Sadoski, faculty advisor, Curtis Burns, head coach. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Terry E, Edelmon, Karen Harper, Carlos Munoz, Peter Schaller. SECOND ROW: Buck Sullivan, Roger C. Davis, Mark Sadoski, Curtis Burns. - Hays Count - Name: Hays County Hometown Club Founded: 1984 Purpose: To provide an opportunity for students from Hays County to feel more at home at Texas A8aM. Activities: regular meetings and social events. Membership: 20 IdCI1tSI FIRST ROW: Carol Batte, Paige Pickens, Thomas F Brown, Tim McGee, Karen Winkler, Shelley Burruss. SECOND ROW: Barbara Bishop, Dale Eiben, Matt Dunn, Mike Koellner, Carol Sissom. THIRD ROW: Colin Moss, Daryl Spillman, John Gary, Brad Barnard. Organizations 587 588 Organizations Reveliers Name: Reveliers Founded: 1976 Purpose: Promote the Spirit of Aggieland thru vocal jazz entertainment. Activities: Shows and Spring concert. Membership: 20 Idents: FIRST ROW: E. Lynn Burkett, Den Powell, Jennifer Rowntree. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Hudson, Kyle Kennedy, Michael Daines, Kristin Wika, president. THIRD ROW: Gerald W. Garcia, Jody McMillan, vice presidentp Jef Fite. FOURTH ROW: Rhonda G. Grider, librarianfhistorian, Scott Nesbitt, treasurerg Michael A. Patino, Kevin Ferrell, Christy Rash, secretary. OFFICERS: Rhonda G. Grider, Christy Rash, Scott Nesbitt, Jody McMillan, Kristina Wika, --- Singing Cadets - Name: Texas A8zM University Singing Cadets Founded: 1894 Idelltsf OFFICERS: Ken Denmark, business manager: Scott Hamilton, vice president: Scott Norvell, publicty manager: Jeff Smith, tour manager: Mike Montana, president. AGGIENIZORS: Mike Speed, lead: Keri Denmark, baritoneg Rick Thurman, tenor: Ken Brumfield, bass. DIRECTOR: Robert L. Boone. ACCOMPANIST: Nannette Goforth. EA ll u. I i '22 - - vi W- .v""lS. ,fl-, 5- , 241. bv-N-1 V., . -3 'E H' , ,....-- , ll? - 5 . . i . l x , Organizations 589 "i --SADDLE 8: SIRLOI T Name: Saddle and Sirloin Activities: Provide financial support for intercollegiate judging Founded: 1920 teams, organize intramural judging and fitting activities, Childrens Purpose: To provide a means for students interested in animal Barnyard project and parties. agriculture to extend their education beyond classrooms and labora- Membership: 400 tories through extra-curricular activities. 590 Organizat cA-- Name: St. Mary's Catholic Association Founded: 1890 as Newman Club: 1980 as Catholic Associ- ation Purpose: To build an integrated Catholic community whose mission is to reach out and lift up its members through a common unity with God. Activities: On and Off Campus Catholics, Bible studies and helping hands. Membership: 6000 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Sheran Riley, faculty advisor, Kim Kosh, on campus catholicsg Kristi Zuberbueler, on campus catholics, Suzanne Pesl, welcoming committee: Terri Jessup, Francine Fuentes, secretary ftreasurerg Susan Goss, vice presidentg Laura Madla, president: Reverand Leon Strieder, campus minister. SECOND ROW: Mark Yanta, university religious council: Gloriangeles Ramirez, latin American catholic student, Carolyn Corsano, Tina Parma, Susan Couvillon, Theresa Cornell, public relations: Susan Withey, Carolyn Fey, Catherine Carbajal, Shawn Messonnier. THIRD ROW: Alejandro Arteaga, Katherine Biry, newman: Tish Waldvogel, Basma Attisha, Julie Lewis, Velda Vela, Kim Mott, Kathleen Gonzalez, Clare Meaney, Steve Grenchick. FOURTH ROW: Steven Wong, Sandra Jansen, Rafael San Miguel, Kevin Hart, David Smith, Michael Miesch, newsletter, Stephen Picha, Jeannie Barnett, Yvonne Margo, Veronica Escobar. FIFTH ROW: Gerald Garcia, Scott Laurie, Daniel Willenborg, Don Bagert, Guy McCord, Paul De la Garza, Philip Klement, on the quad, Glenn Hermes. SIXTH ROW: Roberto Bendana, Gary Glenn, newman, Victor Wong, Aaron Hoenig, Carlon Stapper, Joe Fuehne, catholic graduate students, Al Dobey, Ann Miksch, Jay Stockton. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Sheran Riley, Francine Fuentes, Susan Goss, Laura Madla, Reverand Leon Strieder. SECOND ROW: Kristi Zuberbueler, Theresa Cornell, Kim Kosh, Gloriangeles Ramirez, Katherine Biry, Suzanne Pesi. THIRD ROW: Joe Fuehne, Michael Miesch, Philip Klement, Gary Glenn, Mark Yanta. L., Organizations 591 -I lmmill 592 Organizations SKI C103 Name: Snovv Ski Club Founded: 1973 Purpose: To provide an opportunity for motivated ski en- thusiasts to organize and plan ski trips, coordinate various social functions and develop working relationships with the staii. Activities: Christmas trip to Breckenridge, Spring Break trip to Crested Butte and Ski Swap. Membership: 300 Id6IltSZ FIRST ROW: Steve Lueckemeyer, Gary Brown, Scott Gooding, Debbie Hayes, secretaryftreasurerg Charles Bruce, vice president of slopes: Alan Stricklen, George Lordi. SECOND ROW: Kristie Richardson, Mindy Riggs, Ellen Bristoll, Cherie Winsky, Stephanie Beardsley, William Shaws, Scott Mendell, Susan Adair, Eva Johnson, Judy Janek, Laura Walstead, Brenda Klimple, Tami Preston. THIRD ROW: Suzie Lewis, Elliott Bevers, Greg Daily, Mark Loeffler, Susan Morse, Carl Ramey, Wallace Jones, Mark Cory, Teresa Cory, Angie Ward, Debbie Dorsey. FOURTH ROW: Dawn Raddam, James Fritz, Scott Destroyer, Steve Neenjha, Erich Roeder, Ken Lewis, Jennifer Geddes, Michael Radmann, Julie Armstrong. FIFTH ROW: Loc McNew, Jeff Duckworth, Stuart Vorwerk, Daniel Scursoni, Bradley Napp, Craig Alvarez, Mark Hancock, Brent Paterson, advisor, SIXTH ROW: David Pattillo, Mark Tate, Todd Andrews, Jeff Erwin, Chris Wilmott, Bill Rueble, Keith Moore, Mark O'Briant, Jim Woosley, instructorfadvisor. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Charles Bruce, Debbie Hayes, Web Debois. SECOND ROW: Steve Mahre, Jim Woosley, Brent Paterson. NOT PICTURED: Dave Bacharach, Mike Janak. Snow Ski Club l PHA ...L iYf -M v, ,,., , : so - -1:-,g-,'..,,, , -was Q: E, 1 IQ ,,- ic," ': s.cJan...a dv- --fl... ,Lx-5' 4' in-if 'i 1 12? w - , .,j ' - ' M Y .-, SEMPER F IDELIS SOCIETY- Name: Semper Fidelis Society Founded: 1983 Purpose: To promote unity and quality among Marine Corps Officer candidates. Activities: Mess Night, Spring Field Meet, Semi-Annual party for the Sheltering Arms in Bryan. Membership: 65 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Gunnery Sergeant B, J. Garwood, Clark Boyd. Scott Kelley, Charles Dennis, Tom Cox, Juan Ortegon, Greg Slone, Doctor James K. Hennigan, Mike Bueschel, Paul OBrien, Captain Wilson, Roger Martinez. George Kelling, Captain M. J. McGrath. SECOND ROW: Tim Cahill, Andy Manchigiah. Todd Kreigel, Ted Chinn, Luis Cordon, Monte Mechler, Eric Porter. Isaac Espinoza, Chris Funkhauser, Rob Hausler, James Anderson, Clay Rivers. Alan Kubiak. THIRD ROW: Adam McCall, Steve Faseler, Greg Bennett, Bruce Clark, David Jones, John Price, Roy Edmonds, Jeff Hines, Mike Canario. Les Young, FOURTH ROW: Leonard Meyer, Steve Byrd, Thomas Saldana. Mike Miller, Jim Tibbetts, Grant Olbrich, David Johnson, Wes Shultz, John Armstrong, FIFTH ROW: Steve Dareing, Ross Alezander, Paul Aston, Matt Hand. Organizations 593 L ...' si 1 594 Organizations v 4'5" 1-'H' 'Pai 13:4 8- wg.. is Name: Semper EflCOl'pS Id6IltSZ FIRST ROW: Robin Smithers, Barb McGregor, vice president. FO nded, SECOND ROW: Vicki Reffett, Helene Wahlen, treasurer: Michele Chandler. u ' THIRD ROW: Eve Goss, secretaryg Cindi Armstrong, Melody Hodges. Purpose: Little SistersfSupport group to Semper Fidelis Activities: HalloweenfEaster parties with home for abused children and l'Mess Night" in the Fall. Membership: 20 ll- 1 X i .X R is 1? gi W. I 2, it yw .QA 'X I wi in c .,,,..s A. ,il . I N.- , ,gg . ., . ,N , sl-F As,f ,.., E 1- . . N V-. "-- 1 Sire-s' - ' L W.. -F t' s.f-N." X . 'inf -0- x S -'Eg Q x W 'ff 'w iff ,Q 7 1 , 2 Q' "N: 'f "' ' Q 'QU - Q .N f : - A 9 0? R f FS- I ': .- - 2 L 1 'fs 'LY" K I -K , , A X ' P , 0 f V v: it Q 4 Q I -was Q 5, . sf: my ' . ' 1 ' - ib A X? K - - 6 Eg - 'J ,U i ' ff 1 . ', , .. . :riser fi-. -. .' 'k F- W' " X l . X . XX 1 , tv xlxtx: skit' gi-N. 1 ix , - Calendar . . . Life ........ Administration Sports ...... RI-IA . . . Corps ....... Organizations . Classes ...... Index ..... We, sem MSC Wiley Lecture Series presented their annual event April 1 in Rudder Auditorium with the topic of "U.S. Inter- ventionism: Resolving International Conflict." The lecture featured Dr. Stephen Ambrose and- Former Presidents Jim- my Carter and Gerald Ford. The moderator was Mr. George Will. Dr, Ambrose, a distinguished professor of history at sever- al universities and author of over 12 books on military affairs and foreign policy brought much insight into the debate. Dr. Ambrose was currently researching a biography of former President Richard Nixon. Former President Jimmy Carter served as President of the U.S. from 1977 to 1980. During his term he concerned himself with human rights in the conduct of foreign affairs. His term included dealings with Panama, normalizing rela- tions with the People's Republic of China and negotiating peace between Egypt and Israel. Former President Gerald Ford who served as the 38th President of the U.S. was involved in U.S. politics from 1948 when he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives until January 1977 after his term as president. Makely 596 Organizations I. 5 - X' ,af ,, 4 1. fy ff 4x Qff 5: ffkgf' f Mgt f az jg 4 ' f ,,,- W4, f f , ff Z W ,,, V .31 ' 14.69 Q .ff f , 6 , I 4 4 ' Z3-3,141 f f f '1 fa 4 1, f fi 1,4 pf Z ' , 2 , 5 1 - " 1? 22 ma f Q f f My-W W 5 " I 5 s ff 1 2 1 fC- Q Starz: "'?' QS w " E da F Iggy X. B SELF -DEF ENSE CLUB Name: Self-Defense Club Founded: 1983 Purpose: To learn effective self-defense techniques and self-confi dence to deal with unexpected and dangerous situations. Activities: Texas Collegiate Judo championship, Junior Olym- pics, and karate and self-defense classes offered to University students, BryanfCollege Station community and Bryan High School Judo Club. Membership: 25 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Jongsoo Park, head instructorfpresident: Daniel Gonzalez, secretary: John Snyder, instructorfpublic relations secretary. SECOND ROW: James Drew llger, Peter Heimberg, social secretary, Ike Latham, vice president, Jack Simpson, instructorftreasurer. THIRD ROW: William Sandberg, intructorftreasurer assistant: Brad Richlemun. Helmuth Block, public relations secretary. NOT PICTURED: Charles Glour, Issac Baradji, Cary McCarrol, Carle Kalsi, Steven P Owen, Punee Barrera, William McCroskey, Eric T. Muches, James Perkins. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Jongsoo Park, William Sandberg, Jack Simpson, Ike Latham, John Snyder, Helmuth Block, Daniel Gonzalez. Peter Heimberg, Organizations 597 -a icq" 1" v, - :.x- A' -1.1. 'f 1 . fi, "- 598 Organizations -- ,.. ,., .-,V ,fi l fee' i V f ' 'Veg 1' 74 ' I ji'Z,z'g .4 I X, Y , ,V ' , Y Vi is . ' ' 2 iw ,ia - s 1 Bl' Name: Beta Gama Sigma Founded: 1913 Purpose: To encourage scholarship and accomplishment in business studies. To foster principles of honesty and integrity in business. Activities: CBA development council luncheon, reception for Deans List students, national convention attendance. Membership: not known. Identsl FIRST ROW: Laura Collins, Kathy Wueste, Carolyn Calhoun. SECOND ROW: Nberta Breston, Pamela Chin, Sandy Sellers. THIRD ROW: Lisa Kastensmidt, Lee Alford, Helaine A, Perrin, Bonnie Varano FOURTH ROW: Christine L. Wilson, Jeffery A, Early, Richard J. May, Laren Leander. OFFICERS: Laren Leander, Kathy Wueste, Lee Alford. . 1, 3 rx: Name: Emergency Care Team Founded: 1978 Purpose: To provide medical assistance and first-aid to events on campus and the community, to offer a 24 hour ambulance service on campus. Activities: Yearly symposium on innervations in emergency medical services and medical updates. Membership: 60 Idents: FIRST ROW: Lisa ziaiiiak, Katrina Miaaaii, Amelia O'Connell, Nathan Schwade, Anita Jimenez, Kathryn Hitchcock, Julie Tastmeier, Sandy Gill, Shelley Boling, Larry Till, Sharon Long. SECOND ROW: Dudley Wait, Karen Hoffman, Jodith Allen. Jill Chianese, Robert Emmick, Carlos Falcon, Robert McSwain. Lesley O'Hara, Teresa Mallary, Rhonda Mohr, Michele Grossman. THIRD ROW: Caryn Leonberger, Mark Strain, David Poque, Julia Noell, Joe Sturdevant, Lynn Brown, Sonya McBrycle, Sara Pogue. Shelli Shivers, Stephanie Redding, Roslyn Prud'homme. FOURTH ROW: John Buchow, Steven McDonald, Andrew Yee, Judy Alonzo, Ken Hutchenrider, John Turner, Mike McNeill, John Cramer. David Holland. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Nathan Schwade, assistant chief: Anita Jimenez, symposium director, Kathryn Hitchcock, vice presidentg Julie Tastmeier, secretary. SECOND ROW: Carlos Falcon, Robert Emmiek, special event football director, Robert McSwain, education officer, Lesley O'Hara, treasurer, THIRD ROW: Lynn Brown, president: Judy Alonzo, equipment director, Ken Hutchenrider, deputy chief, John Turner, lieutenant: Mike McNeill, chief of ambulance operations. Organizations DOG T MECTT- TLDEXT GOVERNMENT Name: Student Government Founded: l9l0 Purpose: To give input of student interest to the faculty. administration, and community and to offer leadership development through offices and committees within the organization. Activities: Parents Weekend, Aggie Muster, The Big Event, and Howdy Week. Membership: 500 ldents: EXECUTIVE BRANCH: FIRST ROW: sean Royall, student body president, Barbara Bell, executive assistant: Susan Aycock, Muster chairman, Lindsey Dinsmore. executive vice president, SECOND ROW: Jaime Galvan, co-chairman of freshman programs: Jennifer Grant. executive assistant, Orlando Munoz, executive assistant: Janet Netardus, COSGA director, Matt McKay, Comptroller. THIRD ROW: Steve Monroe, faculty senate representative: Gigi Shamsy, internal communication committee chairman: Matt Simmons, executive assistant, Michael O'Quinn, director of LSG. FOURTH ROW: Mark Maniha, Big Event chairman, John Rigas, athletic council, Kirk Rice, co-chairman freshman programs, Kevin Whelton, executive aide, Jeff Smith, traditions council: Keith Kornfuehrer, student relations chairman. RQ 1 73 N, ...J .4- --1 -A sk . L "s,.f"A ,-14 600 Organizations FRESHMAN AIDES: FIRST ROW: Jaime Gahan, Dawn Gorman, Scott Williams, Amy Moore, Kirk Rice, co-chairman. SECOND ROW: Patricia Leech, Sophia Esquiff, Misty Ventura, Stephanie Hemsell. THIRD ROW: Allison Smith, Karl Trippe, Laura Thomas. FOURTH ROW: Gregory Smith, Brian Banner, John Dolliver, Bruce Jones. FISH AIDE - - J -BOARD JUDICIAL BOARD: FIRST ROW: Alan Maples, Madelon Yanta, chairman: Teddy Dela Cruz, Jennifer Huans. SECOND ROW: Raymond Hernandez, Jim Collins, Curt Moore, Jon Courand. QP1 --1 'ull - EATE- SENATE: Fmsr ROW: Clay Baker, vice president of rules and regulations, Laurie Johnson, speaker of the senate: LeAnne Whitis. recording secretaryg Miles Bradshaw. speaker pro tem. SECOND ROW: Barbara Bell, Steve Monroe. Sandy Bennett, Orlando Munoz, Caroline Taylor. Shawn Smith, Jody Kay Manley. THIRD ROW: Billy McCaskill, Thomas Black. Jerry Dinsmore, Wallace Jones, Laura Battle, James Atkins. Jose Castro. Susan Baker. FOURTH ROW: Eric Thode. Martha Bellens, Charles Mcllroy, John Rigas. Susan Creager. Chris Dowdy, Rudy Rodriquez FIFTH ROW: Scott Brooks, Lisa Johnson. Kevin McDonald, Patrick Walker, David Klosterboer. Jim Hart. SIXTH ROW: John Fluth. John Nybers, Steven Beck, Mark Browning. Organizations 601 .53 ,.1'i fi: F". 4 . BIGE E T Name: Student Government Big Event Founded: 1982 Purpose: To promote student involvement in the community. Thousands of students volunteer tour hours of their time to work on various projects around the area. The Big Event is the largest student service project in the nation. Membership: 8,000 to 10,000 student volunteers. Idents: FIRST ROW: Veronica Villarreal, Charla Carter, student involvement, chairmang Stephanie Wendland, publicity chairmang Mark Maniha, chairmang Kenda Culpepper, community involvement chairmang Laura Allen, Marelle Morgan, executive assistant. SECOND ROW: Donna Walla, Stephanie Bandy, Davi-Ann Weisman, Tamala Broadway, Joli Czigany, Carolyn Coker Hushes, Pam Vela, Stephanie Smith. T5 Q9 -PARE T ' WEEKEND- Name: Student Government Parents' Weekend Commimttee Founded: nfa Purpose: To coordinate and publicize Parents Weekend. Activities: Parent's Weekend, coordinates MSC variety Show, Corps Review, RHA Casino Night and selects Aggie parents of the Year. Membership: 30 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Renee Dix, on-campus public relations subchairmang Julie Cowley, off-campus public relations subchairman, Amy Lister, chairman, Jana Ahlfinser, scheduling subchairman: SECOND ROW: Debbie Massey, Lizzy Peterson, Denise Truelove, Kris Crenwelge, Greg Henderson, Anna Conine, Laura Gibbs, Olga Perez-Garcia. THIRD ROW: Clay La Grone, Jeanne Baca, Kristina Zinke, Christie Wiederstein, John Al-card Jr., Debbie Goode, Eddie Garcia FOURTH ROW: Marty Roos, Mason Carnes, David Purinton, Brent Miller, Bruce Jones, Brad Rapp, Frank Muller. I Q., TRADITION CO YCIL' Name: Students Government Traditions Council Founded: 1983 Purpose: Promote and evaluate the tradi- tions of Texas ASLM. Activities: Howdy Week, Switch-Off-For Kickoff and Aggie Muster. Membership: 16 Idefltsf FIRST ROW: Julie Owen, Beverly Roznovsky, Susan Mannina, Vicki Matava. Laura Zanetti, Susie Pollard, SECOND ROW: Rob Liles. Louis Meneghetti, Wes Holloway, Jett Reeves, Eric Thode, Matt Sellers. THIRD ROW: David Park. Rafael San Miguel, Keith Lyons, Jeff Smith, Michael Williams. Organizations 003 aj '4- 5 Q lllll rg rl ln 604 Organizations sei!!! Name: Student Y Association Founded: 1889 Purpose: To help students develop leadership abilities while they experience fellowship and meet new Aggie friends. Activities: Bonfire Cookie Crew, Aggie Friends, Play- days and lntramurals. Membership: 350 Idelltsl OFFICERS: Jana Pierce, Beth Brinkman, David Medoza, secretaryg Linda Weatherford, Donna Banfield. presidentg Jean Mansavage, Scott Palmer, Mike Hardeman, vice presidentg Brett Burns, Wade Stubblefield. STUDENT Y 1 3 X 1 -gn ' 5 4 .. Ta 9, -1- 3 , . 'a I ,.. . v X - i 1, 1 --a 'Si 3 1 I 4 5' . 'L 1 I sf fs. f-- , ,, .71 -.f if ,. ,J-if - ..,..r QE.. - -,f': .f-nr ' 4 i 1 w A - .4 - f.--Y. Ve -:--As. Q-C. -fi-X - ..-. 1 ,q,-,ix-1 -:A 1 -v-- ' 'C ' '- Panamanian Students ' " ----fI-- 'WA -. .---,.:..-:.- 1 . .. .. . . W KHIHCI i'JiHE.L.1L.Li:. :-LJ.J'2i.L ,2k:i:'.lLiC..1'Ji1 LHLHIS. FIRSl ROV-: Lai if f'4iTf.'E Q V - ,K 1 1 'flgl S-Zfffiifl, 52-2. Tiff-?'Ji 7,f'f'Ef'f , I'-,5f B-'uDd'd- --:U if me pr--Q-1 SECOND RCA?-'z 51, ' .1 1, Purpose: lo 75225211 272 Panamanian :pure ie i Eli- Tiff 33521 THR? RUW1 '- f 2' ,? l -fflD. "-ill 'ilxil 7.32311 ,L,X'E.fE.I " ieiaas. J Activities: Pafzicipation in Mini-Oljqrnpics bdapenrlence :eiabrazion ani parricipatic-f, in 15: Fmud W:-rid Fair LT EH-2 T-'ISC Membership: I - I I . '---,uf - .wa-1--V ,. ,X , , , V--, . ,. I ? E?il-.fn -, - .- 5- gIap:h-Li'k I I Iffvifili I' :Qi f.iu'2:'ga-f - ,iumw-1'," : :"f'?-S'i::,"s+ ,?"'2g: -'rw-"1 'I I lgifuviwti I If 'lf' if -311. tg if' " Irs I 'I 'T f 4. If 'Q Aj 150255, 'rl w . I in I 'I - fsjjff +361 t,, ffiti in :- t I I I I I I Ie I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1, r .,, V. 'z il I S. ii 4. I. ' '2- gre, 2174 . 4. 5, at xy -1:-. J bi ,-, gre' "1 X Z IQ, ., Aljx' Tw. -A ' fx. Q XX XXIII 76 I Q ' .5 0 "fix, , , N X1 ,,,z....,..h.... .. . . ,.,.. ., -. LEFT: Mr. George Will moderates the debate, ABOVE: Former Presidents of the United States Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford have a friendly talk before the debate starts. I l.........'l Us ' I L1 606 Organizations , 1 gf I ' Q i Z z 1 r ,M ., iw :gf ZW I fly, 43, 1, , f - - "1 f , ' YK' f fs , ' TA U T RGET RCHERS Name: Target Archers Founded: 1977 Purpose: To promote Target Archery within the Collegiate Division of the National Archery Association. Activities: Collegiate Indoor and Outdoor Nationals and Re- gionals, Las Vegas shoot-out and Longhorn 1200. Membership: 25 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Andrew Card, Kathy Craig, Patricia Pacilio, Eugenia Algaze, treasurerg Shelly West, Bonnie O'Donnell, assistant coach, Wiliam Varos. SECOND ROW: Leah Starr, Susie Fackeldey, Kepler Johnson, Louis Cusato, Ed Weinheimer, Julie Burg, secretary. THIRD ROW: Kevin Duggan, president, Brian Koehl, Most Valuable Archerg Foster Ullmann, Gary Boecker, vice presidentg Jeff Tague, Frank Thomas, coach. ---SKEET 81 TR Pl- Name: Texas ASLM University Trap and Skeet Club ldents: Fmsr now: Michelle Bentley, publicity, James stene, F d dn vice president, Connie Schiller, president. SECOND ROW: James 01111 9 - Berry, Lee Caswell, Elvin Smith, Susan Sager THIRD ROW: Purpose: Serves faculty, staff and students by provid- Matthew Lund- Mafk 5' OQSSQ 'A ing instruction in safety, range etiquette and in the fundamentals of skeet and trap shooting. The club pro- vides an avenue for competition and fellowship. Activities: Spring National Collegiate competition, shoots, fundraisers. Membership: 25 HS ALAYSIANS IN AGGIELAN Name: Malaysians in Aggieland Founded: 1980 Purpose: To promote integration and understanding between Ma- laysian and non-malaysians at Texas AXLM. To furnish cultural and social information regarding Malaysia for those interested in knovv- ing more about the country and people. Membership: 40 Activities: Intramural and extramural sports, observation of na- tive holidays, social activities. IIICIIIQSZ FIRST ROW: Yik Pun Lee, Gan Kuat C, Suet Lai Boey, secretary, Joseph Varughese, presidentg Kah Yee Wons, treasurer, Neu Choo Ngui, sport secretaryg John Tielking, faculty advisor. SECOND ROW: Gek Lan Fong, Judy Siew Yong, Ong Liang, Cheon Han, Chiam Cheow Ern, Hafiz Ahmad, Hwang Peng Hin, Lim Seol-r Chin, Syed Azman. THIRD ROW: Kathleen Smith, Chee Min Kon, Kuok Young Lins, Weng Onn Lau, Vincent Lee, Fong Ming Huat. ,....e's - VENEZUELIA 1 Name: Venezuelian Student Association founded: Purpose: To promote friendship among Ven- ezuelian students at ASLM. Activities: lnternational Mini-Olympics, ln- ternational Week and Cultural display. Membership: 60 IIICIIISI FIRST ROW: Gonzalo Chacon, Higbett Chacon, Veronica Diguez. SECOND ROW: Aljandro Sune. president, Guilllermo Prieto. vice presidentg Ricardo Diquez, treasurerg Rosa Portal, secretary, THIRD ROW: Betty Chacon, Higinio Chacon, Argelia Diguez, Marianela Delgado, FOURTH ROW: Leon Taurel. Rolando Paroiga, Rafael Parrasa, l 608 Organizations S . .-.. .-. whit i 1 X-53' in ,J VIETNAMESE AMERICAN STUDENTS Name: Vietnamese American Student Association Founded: 1972 Purpose: To unite all vietnamese students at Texas ASLM and provide services for the Vietnamese community of College Station and Bryan. Activities: International Week, Vietnamese Student Week and farewell dance for December and Spring graduates. Membership: 125 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Thu-Hong Pham, vice president, Dieu Ngo, Linhe Huong, Trang Nguyen, treasurer, Minh-Nguyet Nguyen, Tuyen Tran, music and entertainment chairman: Van Hoang. SECOND ROW: Quoc Hung Vu. Hai Phong Bui, press communications chairman: Cindie Thanh'Hoa Tran, Vu Phi Dao, Chau Phan, Tuan Nguyen, president, Hoa Lam, culture chairman, Lan-anh Le, vice president. THIRD ROW: Hoan P Nguyen, Vinh V. Nguyen, Cao Duc Hung, Qui Ngo, Phoung Tiet, Ninh M. Le, Thao T. Nguyen, Kiet Tran, Son T. Tran. FOURTH ROW: W. W. Scott, advisor: Clayton Nguyen, sports director, Quan Bonui, Gere Ting, Thinh Huynh, Dang Ngo. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Trang Nguyen, Hoa Lam, Tuan Nguyen, Tuyen Tran, Lan-Anh Le. SECOND ROW: Thu-Hong Pham, W. W. Scott, Clayton Nguyen, Hai Phong Bui. Organizations 609 K sfg, 1-E' T A. - 'l. A hi ll 610 Organizations lWATER KI Em- Name: Water Ski Club Founded: 1965 Purpose: To develop an interest in waterski- ing and to provide instruction and competitive inspiration for skiers of all levels. Activities: Ski practices, Intercollegiate tournaments including the National competi- tion in Louisiana and parties. Membership: 50 Id6IltSZ FIRST ROW: Kip Lackey, David Panneton, vice president, Jeff Hawkins, Bruce Cherniak, Beth Troupe, David Meyer, Kristin Solomon, Chris Fields, president, Wendy Myers, treasurer: Mark Armstrong, Alice Blue McLendon, Rhonda Lemm, Melanie Benignus, Leah Fields, Renne Devereaux SECOND ROW: Bruce Brannaw, Gary Caldwell, Jeff Wallace, Bruce Randkel, Harry Fouke, team captain: Denise Johnson, Richard Ameon, Joanie Pate, Judy Couley, Danny Bailey, Rick Palmer. OFFICERS: Chris Fields, Harry Fouke, Wendy Myers, Dave Panneton, lWEIGHTLIFTI G ' Name: Weightlifting Club Founded: 1975 Purpose: To provide a place for the more serious weightlifter, bodybuilder and powerlifter to train. Activities: Sponsor bodybuilders, sponsor championship Powerlifting Team and parties. Membership: 650 Idefltsl FIRST ROW: Jim Tool-te, advisorg Jim Marnock, Steve Lumpee, Doug Demianiw, vice presidentg Doug Walker, Nadim Hallab, Holli Spicer. SECOND ROW: Jim Belson, Skip Gjolbers, presidentg Donna Krupala, Paul Duva, Lori Glaemann, Scott Gillispie. THIRD ROW: Thomas Barmore, James Flores, Kraig Yarbrough, John Warner, John Seabaugh, Brock Miller, Calvin L. Bryant, Lynn Sauer. FOURTH ROW: John Salazar Mills, Terence Carr, Brady Parish, Ken Kavalew, Paul Hickernell, George Meeks, John Koland, Liz Pesek. OFFICERS: Jim Tooke, Doug Demianiw, Skip Gjolberg, Chuck Salkowski. Organizations 611 - WOME ' CHORUS Xarne: Womens Chorus founded: 1979 Purpose: To promote excellence and recognition for the female ensemble at the state and national level and to represent Texas ASLM through music with spirit and dedication. Activities: Annual Christmas concert, Spring con- cert and a Festival of University Women's Choruses in the spring. Membership: 55 Idelltsl FIRST ROW: Carol Wallace, Kim Puryear, Julie Dial, Jennie MacNaughton, Jennifer Hayes, Patty MacMaster, performance manager, Nancy Tanner, Robin Walker, Natalie Berry, Lisa Unruh, Ana Martinez, Lisa Braden. SECOND ROW: Linda Cartwright, Melanie Weber, historian: Genny Martin, Michele Shouse, Laura I-lerzberg, Kari Vest, Debbie Magott. Sheila Smothers, secretaryftreasurerg Audrey Henderson, Shelly West, Lisa Brice. THIRD ROW: Rebecca Bross, Priscilla McBride, Jami Jenkins, Martha Galvan, Michelle Quin, Karen Losensky, Lisa Lyon, Suzanne Martin, Teri Fromins, Amy Burt, librarian: Nancy Bertsch, Julie Mather, public relations coordinator. FOURTH ROW: Leslie Lenser, Teri McCoy, Dawn Bell, Gail Jennings, vice president: Gayle Heath, Traci Hufstutller, Janet Swartz, Michelle Waltz, Sandra Syl-tes, Kelli Thomerson, Lisa Klement, Elaine Evetts, Edith Jacobs, president. NOT PICTURED: Meg Kash, Stephanie Parsons. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Gail Jennings, Edith Jacobs, Julie Mather. SECOND ROW: Amy Burt, Patty MacMaster, Sheila Smothers, Melanie Weber, 42" 612 Organizations vmr PM ' ' 1 -1 5 : v . t T Q 1 1 Ssitftrliiitttr .' 'f -1iii,2 vt . ' 1 . i - i : Q i AMU WOMEN ,S VOLLEYBALL Name: Womens Volleyball Club Founded: nfa Purpose: To promote interest in the competitive form of power volleyball. Activities: Practice and participate in tournaments. Membership: 30 Idelltsf FIRST ROW: Mary Cieszkiewicz, Sue Gerlotf, secretary, Jennifer Smith, president: Laura Martin, coach. SECOND ROW: Julie Martin, Ginny Pierson, Sheryl Stanley. THIRD ROW: Carol Kozo, Dona Christiansen, Deanna Harris, Susan Newman, Organizations 613 THE NEW GENERATION 969 E H31 C4 "1 . .,,,s Q I TERNATIONA CULT RE We! Student representatives of 47 different countries came together March 3 to kick-off International Week. ith over 35 different coun- tries represented, Interna- tional Week started off with brilliant displays of color and excitement. The week, sponsored by the International Student Association, began March 3 with different cultural booths located in the Me- morial Student Center for two days, giving students the chance to see different types of cultures represented by ASLM students of different nationalities. "lt is an amazing thing to happen to see it all come together," said Tina Watkins, advisor of the International Student Asso- ciation. "You get to see all the different cultures and ways of doing things." The association represents 47 different coun- tries with their clubs and involves approxi- mately 5,000 students. The week closed on March 5 with a Food Fair and Talent and Dress Parade. Tickets for the Food Fair were six dollars and gave students the opportunity to taste the most popular foods of approximately 35 different countries. Ticket sales were limited to only 1,000 students due to the inability to cook for more than that num- ber of students. The Food Fair was followed by a Talent and Dress Parade. This event started with a thirty minute parade of costumes from the students' native countries. These cos- tumes ranged from garb worn in much earlier times to current styles of clothes worn in the countries. A talent performance followed the dress parade. This show was presented by 15 different groups who had passed an audition. It included different songs and dances of the students' native homeland. The evening ended with an award of 1,000 dollars presented to Graeme Wren of Australia as the Outstanding Interna- tional Student. The award was donated by a former president of the International Student Association, Reyadah Chakma- chi. In conclusion, Ms. Watkins said, "I hope we're doing something nice for the world." By Lisa Kastensmidt 58 Life F Class of '89 President: Jared Hurta Vice President: Gregory Carter Secretary: Jill Sherrill Treasurer: John Calahan Gregory Carter, Jill Sherrill, Jared Hurta, John Calahan. 618 Freshmen 4:1 si: Ci: if .ef rruuslor. ' T :fs Cirsfie FQ" +.:.' ""k' - .iss aff' Car. Dfnfun ltiaf Rn:.rea?:':us:ur1 A.:-ernatzy .llllNU'Y1E. Aceieaz- L.u.s J Ro Pledras Adafts Nleilnda San Angelo. Adams. Rhonda Sprung. Adklns John Eagle Lake Aguzre Juan Jose Del Rlo. Ahearn. Kerry Carmel. Arnsuxorth. Patrtcla Rrfhurdsun, AlfAzem. Samer College Statron. Alanrs, Alma Roma. Albaum, Nanette Dallas. Alcala, Rene Sun Antomo. Alderson. Lynn San Clarendon. Aldrxch, Laugh Ann Houston. Alexander. Jrll Lampasas. Alexander. Suzy Lulmg, Alford, Susan Rlchardson, Algume. Carole Melnssa, Alma. Stamcla Houston. Allen. Ashley Dallas. Allen. Lora Houston. Allen. Rrchard Conroe. Allen. Scott Rto Hondo. 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Alcock. Susan M Houston Avant, Don Dallas Awe. Mark R Huustun Ayers, Gayle Leuelland Ayles Hugh Llenrerullle Ay, John Houston Ayers. Melzssa Conroe Eahb, Robert Mesqulte Babm. Stacey Mrdlund Bagmfy Dawn San Antorno Barley Krlsten lloustun Bagorn, Paul Murrtgurnery Baker. Amanda Temple Baker, Sher: Lake larlrson. Baker. Tlm Ft Wmlh Baker, Wendy Renee Crosby. Balch. Nancy Anna Mnura Banduch. Carolyn Karnes Crty. Banlleld. Amy Lurrullmn Banker. Nutesh lrurng Banner. Brlan Hurst Haque. Stephame Duane Tw'-fderland, Barnard, Brad H .Sun Marms. Barnes. Jarme Lrurngstrm Barnett. Paul T Beuurnunt Barrett, Frederlck S linuntun Barrlerltos, Javler Eagle Pans Bartley. Marva Lrberty Barton. Becky Eluzabrfth Rnrlrurull Barton, Michelle Arhngtrm Easerrtore, Deborah D Dallas Bass. Came Dullug Bass. Kenneth Claude .Shreuepnrt Bass. llnglrna lloustur. Bassett, Lmda Houston Bates. Larry Werahochne Bates. Lon Lrumgsrun Batnz, Dawn Flower Mound Bette. Carol Mn Marcos E-aurnann. Doug Houston Bazta. 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Spencer Dallas, TX Chenault. Laura Austuru. TX Chhukara. Subun Houston TX Chuang, John Brrsloi X1-'t Freshmen 621 622 Freshmen C7115 fra" Fu as TX Cfnarasf. Leila, Q, 'L SIJYIUF TX C-:star - 'ati-as Cr rr...-r b:""1S5 CO txnstrrher Slcrae. -Xrrfena, TX if-Q Tint 53-.wa TX C 55:1 ea cz Hari. .-UIIHOWL NH C:t:' Catrerre A League Ott TX C,-:parts .':rr 51 Sn -lntenre TX Cantcn. Scott Harmon. TX Clapp. Robin Dallas TX Clark. Tern Tvler TX Clarkson. Txm Houston. TX Clary. Kzmberig Wlchtta Falls. TX Clausen, Amy Sprrng. TX Clay. Robert Harmon. TX Clayton, Hunter Seabrook. TX Cleaner. Amella Harker Hergnts, TX Clelland. Rebecca Rrchardson. TX Clrck. Beverly Arlmgtan. TX Clxne. Came College Sratzon TX Clrnkenbeard, Jeannette Hotston. TX Cltntan. Charles Houston TX Clough. Ertc Bel Arr, MD Clutter. Jenell Frlendsuood TX Cobb. Angela Tulra. TX Cohen, Michelle South Fork CO Cozgnet, Jeanne Lake Jackson, TX Coldewey, M:chael C Florasuflle TX Cole, Dana Bryan TX Coleman, Heather Katy TX Coleman. 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Houston, TX Donaldson, Joseph Corpus Chrstt. TX Donaldson, Mxchael Scurry, TX Donaldson, Stephen Beford, TX Donofrro. Michael Lake Jackson, TX Dorney, Ttm College Statron. TX Douphtate, Della Carrollton. TX Dove, Mtffltn Jr Corpus Chrsrt TX Downs, Shetla Hrckarn AFB, HI Doyle, Terry Fort Worth, TX Dram, Ttm Bryan TX Dreymala. Terr: Corpus Chrrsn. TX Drury, John C, Houston, TX Dubart, Dalal Plano. TX Freshmen 623 5 .. l 24:21.51 -in .-Xwngzon 1155 'Q, 1 ,J Vxrque '11-...irt' 7., ..:"'a'quc I.: s, lr ter , Ty er fy -:er Nan: Qs- Anrowo - .. 513:-e usrjrus Ckrrsrv :pe-.ta .Amee For: Worth. Dire: lamge Xen Bosron. Duggan, Lee Houszon Dugger. Scott Wagoner. Dutgon, Laurre J Prnttutile. Dune Thomas Ft Hood, Dulcrk. Bryan Waco Dufaegan. Julre Sprung, Dunham. Cams Pampa. Dunn. Jeff Onalaska. Dunn, Robert W Mtdlcnd, Dunphg. Karen Kmguood. Dunshte. Robert Cypress. Duphorne, Dann Tyler. Duran, Muchael Luporte. Duran. Rosemary El Paso. Durr. Susan Xacogdoches. Duty, Pauia D Ft Worth. Duvall, Jult-2 Ft Wbrrh. Duvall, Make Texarlvamn. Dwyer. Tom Hvdlund Dycus. Jennrfer Sealy Dyess. Jeff Irumg. Dyke, John Houston. Dura, Donald P Bryan. Dymke. Trna Whzte Oak. East Ellen Meratrve, Eastham, Eva San .-'tnrc-mo. Ebanks, Kerth Carrollton Ecerlan, John C Houston Economrdes, Gus Houston. Urrznffscn, 54 Elrzabelh Columbus. Edmunds James P Palno. Edwards. Lee San Antanm Edwards. Stephame Auszm. Elvltch, Laura Canyon Lake, Eab-en, Dale San Marcos E Cher, Tamara Alma. Ezdsfirn. Sherry Dallas Ertel. Jeffrey Redttater Elem, Terr Cuflege Slmton Eilss Andrea Wnslwvngtun. Elmore. Mark Desoto, Amy Frederufksburg. Elwell. Susan Hrco -ntsnzff Stefani Corpus Chrrstr. Eigelirert, Kevrn J Wulerfoo Engels. John Albuquerque Epperson, Bo Baytoun. Eppzrlztm, Anthuny Sugurland Efmkszn, Karen Kerrwlie. Erxckson, Tracr Dallas. nssr, Erma Vrctnrra Lnmarque :r'T..s Amanda Mount Pleasant ispzrcsa Srephanae Houston. Esquff Sophxa A Belfcure. Esttll. John Colfege' -Slrllron Etchsor' Bobby Jr McAllen. 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V 4"'. I LL 'Q fl ,, " k' 1. I X .1 Q . 75' :.'. ez :- 0 , I' '. ibn-4 V x.. aff I fit? . T , . L f H I . , fc, fr UZ., Y t L X' 11-W ' ff" - ,,. -- .. - . f 7 . .2 fy V ,.,n,,,. 'f1v'f'f ,QQ-fi ydhviw 42 5 H ' A L .1 , J TH ' rf N312-r.z 1 .1-W ' 5.13-. tif" D . - as-v..--s A I-il... 4 1" 5,4 The Mud Lot as many will always remember it, a free ride lost to free enterprise. 2 ' I U - 1 , . ....... ii t ...-dem-l'flk,.l3E Em X.. .e.,X ,. ,.e, b.e,. l,... I .,., . V: P. y .Q-an-mn - """ '-- ---- -L 3 L0.EENlf The new and improved Mud Lot attracts another student tired of looking for a parking space on campus. HI IH ""V -- 121, From Mud to Money The Mud Lot Gets a Face Lift Finding a place to park your car while attending class was almost a tougher problem than passing the next calculus exam. Some students found one solution by parking in the ever-so-popular umud lot," located on Nagle Street across from the J.R. Blocker building on campus. Students could park in this empty field of dirt and craters free of tickets or fines. The only risks were getting stuck in a swamp of mud when it rained or returning to find that your car had been hit. The month of October marked the beginning of a change. Former student Skipper Harris leased the land to develop a parking lot and charged students a dollar a day for parking. "I always worried about the safety of my car before they graveled the lot, but it is cheaper for me to get up early and find a parking spot on campus than to pay a dollar a day to park in the mud lot," senior Chris L'Roy said. Senior Kelly Lathem continued, "I'm glad that they had the idea to gravel over the lot, but there is no way I would pay a dollar a day." Although many students refused to pay the high price for parking in the mud lot, the lot averaged about 225 students per day for the first semester it was open. Harris also implemented a semester park- ing pass with comparable rates to campus parking. "I park there when I can't find any places to park on campus," commented senior Traci Partridge. "lt sure beats having to pay a towing fee for parking illegally on campus." By Lisa Kastensmidt Freshmen 625 -sm tif- - QQ .3 in Q. 5 sg- .. ' Y. -1. R Q Q tel -. A-r ' m 'en Q ' 5 5 s R 1 D WI! ' e Je 4: fi? "e 626 Freshmen Flcxters. .-Xfm' losrua Flouc Debian .Volare Falls ' F aff, flelrssa .Lfaasm :lex Earrene lf: age Srarlon Fgrces. Tama Rel-rardson. Ford. Kelly Houston, Foreman, Jenmter Blzdland, Foreman. Walter Houston, Forgy. Shannon Belton, Forrenberry. Andy .Vt Pleasant. Foster, Elizabeth Dallas. Faster, Elrzabeth Ann San Anromo, Foster. John Hope, Fowler. Kelly Rtchardson, Fox. Jeff Sprrng. Fox. Mil-te Center. Franke, Henry G Ill Copperas Cave. Franks, Franki Dallas, Franzen, Jakob W. Wrnnne. Frazer, Holly Houston, Frazrer. Lezlae Greeley, Freclerrcl-Q, Mtchael El Paso, Frederxck. Neil Dean Btllmgs, Fredrrckson. Scott San Antomo, Freeman, Laura College Smtran. Freudenberg. Kerry E Houston, Frey, Ktm Demsan, Frey. Roxanne Fredonra, Frzend, Douglas J San Francrsco. Frntz. Jeffery Amarrllo. Frahrne. Patty Houston. Frusco, Salvatore Houston. Fry Knsten Gomesullle. Fuller. Matt Katy. Fulton, Mrchael Jean San Marcos Furr, Mark Stafford. Gaas. Marg Ann Pomt Comfort. Gadeke. Grna Houston. Gager, Yolanda Tombou. Gallagher. Deborah Houston, Gallagher, Mlchael Longuteuu Gallagher, Seann Pasadena. Gallagher. Steven Pearland, Gallmerer, Ann Houston. Galloway, Cmdu Dallas. Galuan. Martha T Ft Rrley. Gamble. Kathryn Fort Worth. Ganus, Chrrs Grapeuvne, Garber. Alame Jacksonurlle. Garcxa, Aclrzana Laredo, Garcxa, Ana Marta Bryan. Garcra. Belmda El Paso. Garcra. Chrlsty Beaumont, Garcta. Eduardo A Seabrook Garcia. Jerry Vrrtorra. Garcua, Lrsa San Antomo Garcra, Lucy M El Paso. Garcla, Steve San Antomo, Gardenhrre, Jeffrey Waxahachre, Gardner, Suzy J Humble, Garza Dame, Ernesto Rfchmond Garza, Jaxme Houslon. Garza. Jeff Pans. Gasper, Terry Leuuswlle, Gauer. Clark Waco. 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'VY ' 4 .turf 55,15 M 6' : 2 :V Q- Q- L ' l.f'.l ,Nr DBI I n --. RIGHT: Freshmen cadets link arms to protect Reveille from the BELOW: A 12th Man fan at the TCU game. r Tfi"Sf fx14'f3 ff' T' , t. wr , .7 Hill, Gerry San Antonio. TX Hill, John Stephenville, TX Hill, Richard Euless, TX Hill, Trace Aiea. HI Hilliard. Stephanie Bryan, TX Hillns, Katherine Rowlerr. TX Hinkle, Stephanie Rome. NY Hinojosa, Diana Lee Alamo, TX Hinojosa, Elena McAllen. TX Hodge, Teresa Munoe, IN Hoffman, Jana Cedar Creek. TX Hotlpauir, Joseph K, Houston, TX Hogan, Charles Il APO NY NY Holcomb, Donna Kingwood. TX Holcomb, Richard Kingwood. TX Holland, Brenda Beaumont, TX Holloway, Deann Mesquite, TX Holloway, Tonya Seabrook. TX Holmes, Shan Carrollton, TX Holton, Susan Houston, TX Homerer, Kelly Duncanuille, TX Hooks, Debra D. Channeluiew. TX Hooper, Megan Garland. TX Hoover, Kevin College Station, TX Hopkins, Clay Round Rock, TX Hoppe, Laura San Antonio, TX Hopper, Andy Richardson. TX Horn, Theresa Seymour, TX Horne, Krissr Odem, TX Horrow, Bridget Houston, TX Haste, Claudia Houston. TX Hostinak, Robert G. Houston. TX Howard, Dana Abernathy, TX Howard, Leanna Cleburne. TX Howard, Maria Ft Worth, TX Howard, Victor Conroe, TX Howe, Brock Noblesuille, IN Howell, John A, Pasadena. TX Howell, Stephanie Carrollton, TX Hryhorchuk. Fred Derrek Deweyvrlle, TX Hubertus, Robert L. Austin. TX Hudson, Amy Covington, TX Hudson, Deann Duncans Woods, TX Hudson, Elizabeth A. Montgomery, TX Hudson, Lee Houston, TX Hudson. Lisa Houston, TX Hudson, Matthew Houston. TX Hudson, Suzanne Houston. TX Hutt, Suzanne San Antomo. TX Huggins, Melissa Omaha, NE Hughey, Andria Houston, TX Hullender, Todd Arlington, TX Huntley, Dean Plano, TX Huntsman, Doug Brenham, TX WKQ 'W if Q54 -IU' Ns' ,ff . S5 T' 'Cs Q . Freshmen 629 -tw-. --- V --- 630 Freshmen Hurkfand, Shaun Killeen Hurta. Jared Bryon Husteld Terrze Lllzshtngton, Hutcheson Blll Lake Jackson. Hutcheson, John Arnarrllo. Hutchtngs. Judrth Pasadena, Hutchtnson, Letsa Ennts, Hutchktss. Steven N lmng. Hutzler. Mxke Houston. lacoponellt. Mark E Rlchardson. latrate, Brtgrtte Arlrngton. lhnen. Steven Austtn. lmpertal, Ltsa Mtssourr Ctty. lnce, Lon Hurst. lngram, Suzy Houston, lrby. Saundra Kemnlle. lsenhower, Pat Eagle Lake. lsham, Larry Jr. College Statron. lvey, Cheryl Pearland. Jaade, Marta Elena Jucksonuulle. Jabbar. Urussa Ft Worth. Jackson, Kelly J Houston. Jackson. Rudolph S Jr Ktlleen. Jackson, Susan Rockdale. Jacob. Tern Corpus Chnstt, Jacobson. Trey Denton. Jaeckle, Ktm Dallas. James, Gary Patrtck Gladewater, Janak, Brlan Yoakurn. Janecka, Leslre Dallas. Jansen, Jodme M Melwaukre, Jardell, Marc Sulphur. Jecmenek, Edwina Bay Cnty. Jettcoat. Lergh Ann Pearland. Jenkms, Larry Houston, Jenkrns. Scot Jacksonurlle. Jennmgs. James N Ltttle Rock. Jenntngs, Kava College Statron. Jerram. Kate Houston. Jrmenez. Rebeca E Fort Worth, Johnson, Bobby Palesttne, Johnson, Crang lrutng. Johnson, Davrd Houston, Johnson, David Alan Il Houston, Johnson. Keme Houston. Johnson. Mark Ruchardson. Johnson, Melody Cleveland, Johnson, Randy Jewett. Johnson, Saardla E Houston. Johnson. Stephen R Leuvsuzlle, Johnson. Terry Garland. Johnson, Txm A, Pampa. Johnson. Ttmathy A Beaumont, Johnson. Tuna Norrnagee. Jones, Cynthta L Houston. Janes, Davud Drcktnson. Jones, Davld Waco. Jones, Davrd H Poqudson. Jones. Davnd Maurxce Waco. Jones, Jackle Sherman, Jones. James H Wylre. Jones, Jay Jones Elan Mott. Jones, Julla Cleburne, Jones, Laurie E Denuer. Jones, Lxsa Katy, Jones, Sarah Arlrngton. Jones, Yolanda Y Houston. Jordon. Meltnda Arlrngton. Jose. Sasa Fort Worth. Jostes, Scott Beeurlle. Jourde, Paula A Plano, Juarez. Enrtque Groves. Judtce, Kelly Port Neches, Junge, Scott San Antonro, Justtss, Jenruler Vtctorm. Kahanek, Krts Boerne Kamer, Edward F Ted lll Vlctorta Kaltnowskt, Trm Needunlle Kamrnerer, Scott T Dallasl Kammeret. Scott T Dallas Kanewske. 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WE'-..nf,:m:m QEQKSBRE , Egggsaa- H259 -1 sn lungs? as F"'E-:QA 'IQ' 'X' -4 X ggi -lx: -1 X X -I X X Kung, Leigh Ann Arlington, TX King, Mark Richardson, TX Kinnebrew, Jill Deer Park, TX Kirby, Stella San Antonio. TX Kirk, Kay Porter. TX Kitchel, Larry Frxendswood, TX Kitchel, Larry Frrendswood, TX Kittrell, John Sherman, TX Klatt, Carolyn Spring. TX Klerhege, Christine A Houston. TX Klerhege, Melissa Moulton. TX Klein, Kimberly San Antonio. TX Klein, Romy D, Houston. TX Klekar, Richard Eagle Lake. TX Kleptko. Randy San Antonio, TX Kline, Jeffery Mulesboe. TX Klufas, Adriana San Antonio. TX Kneen. Melody D Tomball, TX Kneese, Debra Fredencksburg. TX Koehn, Dalinda Weimar, TX Koehnen, Kristen Dallas. TX Kohler, Thomas McQueeney, TX Kohrmg, Mxchele Brenham, TX Kohut, Jacque Carrollton, TX Kohutek, Kathryn Bangkok, Thailand Koonce. David F lll Museum City, TX Kopyclnskl. Jane-Marie Houston. TX Kornett, Dawn Houston. TX Koslelecky, Kelly Lancaster. TX Kouba. Karen Houston, TX Kowynia, Lynette Dallas, TX Kozelsky, Thomas W7Ills, TX Kozo, Carol Allentown. PA Krause, Kyle Richmond. TX Krauss, Brian Garfton, VA Krauss, Thomas J Leu.-rsurlle. TX Kregel. Jay Houston, TX Krlstek, Robert San Juan. TX Krueger, Kimberly Houston, TX Kmmvieda, Clifford Hurst. TX Kucera, Carolyn Calduell, TX Kunz, Gregory T. Beaumont. TX Kunz, Karen Kerrmlle. TX Kusenberger, Bob Del Ko, TX Kuykendall, Lisa UCTIO, TX Freshmen 631 vim? ,, . ,, 632 Freshmen I -a mtvf- Rye Slartnavt, .fm-ah.: Lzas Stcxe, Manor Lai-at Dana Page, Harfsngen. Laahart, Marcella Garland. Lacewel.. Dana, Bryan. Lafrertg. Dentse, Garland Laifet, Cynthta A , Lagrange, Lagrone, Sally, Marshall Lamb, Kassta, Corpus Chrtstt. Lambert, Floyd, Abtlene, Lampton, Ltsa, San Antamo Lancaster, Jentfer, Garland. Land, George, Shreveport. Landa, Theresel Houston. Lander, Laurtn, Mvdlothmn. Landers, Shan. Mtdland. Landphatr, Wendte, College Statron, Landry, Ttnal Kingwood. Lane, Eltzabeth: Omaha. Lane, Lynn E., Deer Park, Larrabee, Davtd, Argyle. Larue, Susan, Katy. Lastocco, Ktmberly: Bedford. Lawrence, Amy C . Austm. Lawrence, Glenn, Corpus Chrrstr, Lawton, Jeane, Stoux Falls Leach, James, Mtdland, Leach, Larry, Houston. Leblanc. Leboe, Davtd, Houston. Lecroy, Karla, Garland, Ledntcl-ty, Karen, West, Lee, Ben, Colurnbta Lee, Brenda, Damgerfteld. Lee, Jon, Cleburne. Lee, Joseph Mtchael, Olney. Lee, Kelly, Lompoc Lee, Mtchele, Odessa, Lee. Sue, Houston Lee. Tern. Arltngton Leech, Scott D . Houston. Lehman, Dana. San Antonro. Letth, Jeanette Laura, Katy, Leland, James. Arnartllo.. Lemm, Rhonda, Sprmg. Lems, Mtchael, Carrollton. Leokowskt, Davtd, El Paso. Leonhardt, Jacqueline, San Antomo. Leonhardt, Kam, Ft Worth, Leslte, Kelly, Plano. Lester, Andrew, Tyler. Lew, Kathy, Houston, Lewts, Mtchael T, Dallas. Lewts, Steven, San Antomo. Ltao, Ellen L , Rtchardson. Ltndqutst, Jrll, Taylor. Lindsey. Matthew, Dallas, Lmk, Allxson, Wallts. Ltnscombe, Ltesl, Unwersal Cnty. Ltska, Scott L , Baytown. Luster, Frederick, Keller, Ltu, Vtvtan, Dallas, Ltvely, Cynthta, Longuuew. Lnfely, Robert Mtchael, TN Colony. Ltvtngstan, Jayme, Sprmg. Lloyd, Kevin, San Antomo, Lockett, Nancy, Kslleen, Lockhart, Dretha M . Temple. Lxus, James r'Mtlte, .San Antamo. Lohman, Lora, Houston, Lcncar, Mtchelle, Plano Long, Blame, Crasbyton. Long, Jerrold, Lewtsutlle Lm. Steve. College Statmn Lorenz, Devm Mrsean, Lott Lorenzettt, Marta, Ft Worth Loryea, Robert S Jr, Burke Losasso Mtchael Bradley. Dallas Losson, M Melame, Boultng Green Love, Joe Robert Jr, Bryan Loveland, John Davtd, Dallm. Lovett, John. Shepherd Lowalc, Nancy, Falls Cnty, Lowery, Robert, Son Antonro Lowrey, Pegtnne, Temple Lowry, Kevm, Lake .Jackson Lubrano, Lawrence, FW. Lucas, Brett W, Attsnn Lucas. Paul, Tyler Ludwtg, Allen C Jr. San Antomo Luedlne, Mrchele, Kungwood Luensrnann, Reagan, Segum. Lurkens, Lorne, Houston, Lulan. Sergto, .San Antonm Luke, Alex. Rrchardson, Lundell, Davrd, .San Antonro, Lunsford, Jam, Bryan. Lunsford, Randy, Bryan, Lust, Eltaabeth K , Tyler. lafon. Jack. El Paso. logon, Ltsa, Thlso, Mabry, Alezts Guton, Dallas, Mace, Charles John, Vrftorva, Macl-ue, Ttm, Arlmgron, Mahlmann, Raelynn, Kerrutlle. Malalcher, Casey, Plano, Malcolmson. Davrd, Rrchrnond. Maldonado, James. San Artronto. NE TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX ZA TX TX TX TX TX NE TX TX TX TX TX TX ,SD TX TX Tam TX TX TX M O TX TX TX CA TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX VA TX K Y TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX OK TX TX TX TX TX VA TX -- -aa: sm. sv ,da 2,2-'- I '02 f -" 4 4,1 f: , :I ' 4 Z. . f 'f Q 'A 1' 1, 1' Jr?-l 0 , 2-as qc . , 'Q A ' 1, Lf!! 9' Y ' il I A x -- - sit- sgizalfl '- ..., E T at ..-+ 'as ll j , ,ti wit? t tl". X 'f 'wa' tv ' TTY , 'H t 'fa . .. 1 .. ' "" l - . if-N 9 W. 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N U ' '97 1-is ' " 51, I 1 IT' 1 - ' ef' : . 1. - 7 L l .94-, A, eh 1 X- I 1. ! F' ' Women in the Band The battle for a change After a five-year court battle, an Aggie tradition was broken and a new one started. The 90-year-old, all-male Fightin' Texas Aggie Band, admitted the first women into their ranks in the fall of '85. These three women were Jennifer Peeler, Carol Rockwell and Andrea Abat. The women who made their membership in the band possible was Melanie Zentgraff. Zentgraff filed a sex discrimination lawsuit against Texas ASLM in 1979 because women were not allowed into the all-male organizations on campus. The Texas Aggie Band Association filed petitions to stop the U.S. Justice Department from settling in Zentgraff's favor, but in January 1985 a court order was issued forcing the band and other organiza- tions on campus not to discriminate against women. Many Aggies, alumni and students were opposed to allowing wom- en into the traditionally all-male band while many were in favor of it. The controversy became heated at times, but after the three women were admitted into the band, it didn't seem so bad. Peeler and Rockwell dropped out for reasons of their own but Abat made it through her freshman year and said in interviews with the press that she was determined to make it through her senior year. By Molly Pepper l 3' m .x au l 2 Freshmen 633 ':Clerrdon, Maltnger John Aus:-n Malre Kelly Gaiam Cnrtalr. Mamas, Sham Houston. Xlanatr C Scott Plano, F!a::e.sc:e.i Trzstyn Caiege Statran Mangrld Kyanne Garland. Ma-nord Mary Lee Bryan Mann, Parrtck Lee Walls Pornt, Martztng, Vzvran Brrdgepart. Marcontell, Matthew Houston, Mann. Gus San Antonto. Marrska, Megan San AUIDUIO, Markey. Mary Orange. Marks. Jo Anna Brownstnlle. Marltng, Karen Bedford, Marquee Phtltp South Rzuer, Marquez. Marta Longvtew. Marsee. Shannon Arlnngton, Marshall. Davtd Lake Knou-a. Marshall. Gary Arlrngton. Marshall, Mtchelle Houston, Marshall. Wendy Untvefwl C5131- Marttn. Davrd Houston. Martin. George E Jr Austtn. Marttn, Jeffrey J. Marshall, Marttn, Mark Porter. Marnn, Maury J Duncarwtlle, Marttn. Mrchael Carrollton, Marnnak, Audrey Vtctorta. Marttnez, F Paul El Paso, Marnnez, Rodolfo Pasadena. Mascorro, Eduardo San Anramo. Massey. Deborah Woodlands, Masters, Jane Plano, Matheny, Mark Houston, Marocha, Mtchelle New Braunfels, Matola, Carl Lake Jackson, Marcus, Teresa L Fort Worth, Matsumoto, S Mako Mssourv Ctty, Matura. Lea Ann Wheelock, Maxey, Pamela Klern, Maxwell. Margaret Pleasanton, May. Manley R Houston, May. Vmcent A Houston. Mayborn, Lauren Dallas. Mayes. Jay Wayne League Cnty, Mayo, Brenda Robstown. Mr:Aughan. Robert Houston, McCall, Mnchael Segum. McCauley. Mtssy Rockport. McClendon. Mark Cornell San Antorno, McCIeskey. Derek Fatrfax, McConnell, Krlstt Marshall, McConnell, Mrchael Austtn McCoy, Davrd Rtchardson, McCracken, Laura Marshall, McCracken, Robert Mudland, McCreary, Stephante Gatnesunlle. McCune, Davrd Seabrook. McDan.el. Carolyn Bryan, McDamel. Jeanette Corpus Chrtstn. McDan1el, Molly Houston, McDermott. Karen Dallas. McDermott, Sheila Houston, McDonald, Kevm Sterltng Cnty, McDonald, Stephen Spencer Sugar Land. McDougald, Kay L Deer Park. McDowell, Mrke Houston, McEvoy, Ktm San Antanto, McFarland, Ktmberly A Carrollton, McGee, Ana Gall Raymonduvlle, MCG-ee, Derenda Olney. McGee. Trmothy A Wvrrrberley, McGrnty, Carol Cleburne, Mcfloldrtck, Robert F Austm McGawen, Robby Alum, McGown, Patrtck Houston, McGraw. Ben Woodworth McGregory. Harold Craig Maydelle, McGuffm, R League Cnty, McKelvey, Davud Hurst. McKrnney, Anne Houston. Mclltnney. Cltnt Terrell. Mclriznney James Mark College Statron, McKtnnte. James M Portland. Mclrinrght, Mtchael Mvarm McLean, Dana Dallas, McLean, Glen J Rlchnrdson. Davrd Randall .South Houston, McMtllen, Drew Dornphan, McMtndes, Molly Plano, McNeal. Louis Houston, Mcilpadclen, James Qrmcano, Meadows, Patra Roclrurull, Medford. Ltsa Renee ,Stamlord Meerschetdt. Jesse James ll Rockport, Memert, Vtctor C Houston, Meler, Don Amanlla, Mer-rchaoz, Mary Ellen .San Anlorno, Mendez, Norma Arlmgton. Mentzer, Jell Xenia, Merrtam, Sonya Wtllts. Merrltt, Sharon Altus, Merry, Laura Houston, Merstovsky, Julte Graham, Meyer, Davtd Dallas Meyer. Rebeca Uzmorque, Meyer, Robyn Qllege Statler. Freshmen ef? r 1:7 " 'rw "W v ,, .fi r. '- f' ' ' 77 or 17? X If 'r - lf' ' -, Aw wp 9 P3 " we 49 ,M f 5, Q, YE- Q .. 5 ' ' tx - ' , I w,,, A -' ' 1 , 'lwf 5 A aa. J fl? L., ,- - T4 4 4m.4l,rv " f . . .J 1 N1 W , V A 1- J. 'fl - fe J' -- 'el ,v V L I ' ,. ,t , z P ' , -T' ' ' ,V X- V' 1 t . rf ' , ,V - , 5 V . t' V' J .er W .. ' A J Q J J f ff 2 , 1 . Q ,I , 4 211. 'ff j QM if ,J . 5 QQ, 'f ., Y -A -7' f rg f .",,- r rf , ' l ' K 1 ,,, AM' ' ' ' ' . 3 ' 1 ,' 'Riff' -in! 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Renee Houston TX Mifflin, Linda Houston TX Mxkesky, William Schulenburg TX Mikus, Donna Plano TX Miller, Cheri Appleton W! Miller, Jimmy A. Prernont TX Miller, Mark San Anmnio, TX Miller, Michael Scott Gatesi.-ille TX Miller, Michelle Orange, TX Miller, Morgan Smnyuole TX Miller, Robert San Antonio TX Miller, Scott Bryon TX Miller, Steven S White Oak TX Miller, Susan Huruood TX Milligan, Bryan North Little Rock AR Mills, Deidra Houston, TX Mills, Tina Garland Tx Milsapp, Keith McQueency, TX Milton, Cynthia College Statron TX Mimms. Vernon IV Dallas TX Minear. Kelly Shiner TX Minerbo, Julie Missouri City TX Munich, Kerry Fort llforlh TX Missiha. Susan Houston TX Mitchell. Amy Austin TX Mitchell, Cheryl Burner TX Mitchell, Michelle Plano TX Mleak, Berky Sealy, TX Mohley, Nancy Houston TX Mohr. Rhonda Austin TX Mollgaard. Dennis Son Antonio TX Mondin, Sidney Seguin. TX Monk, David Shreveport LA Monroe. Kimberly Ft U-orth TX Montgomery Les Odessa, TX Montgomery, Melinda Spring TX Montgomery, William D Prospect, K3 Montoya, Rudy Austin TX Moore, Amy Houston TX ,Jn-f -. Freshmen cadets rush for the yell leaders after the Aggie victory over Northeast Louisiana University September 21. 1 2'-3 ...vs nchn 'Tl E m R IT' 3 N 5 UN U3 UI 60 Life THE EVE T HAS ALL HELPING Students take a break from s ying to help out in the community. easer ads riddled the student body for weeks. The Big Event countdown had started, Freshmen bewildered by this sub- ject sought answers. What was this Big Event? On Saturday, March 8 Aggies marked a date to show their appreciation to the cities of Bryan and College Station. This annual event was a chance for students to help out in various community activities such as cleaning elderly individuals' yards, picking up trash around local community sites and roads or helping out at communi- ty centers, nursing homes and other facili- ties. The Student Government-sponsored event started at 10 a.m. and lasted until 2 p.m. with students working in their cam- pus groups to provide a service for the community. Alt really makes you feel good to help people who really need it," said senior Mark Giltner. "It's even fun when you are working with a group of your friends." As one of the participating groups, Business Student Council President Doug Boughton commented, "I enjoyed the fact that our group could provide a service to the community. It makes you feel like you did something really worthwhile." Following the Big Event, a picnic was held at Hensel Park for all of the partici- pants. Free food and drink were provided while students slowly trickled in usually covered with dirt from cleaning yards or hauling trash. Senior Lee Alford concluded by saying, "You wouldn't think that spending your afternoon filling holes in a yard with sand would be fun, but I really had a good time." By Lisa Kastensmidt 636 Freshmen M-::re. Anim:-, N Sugar Lana HTX Mssre Ceeste Colege Sr TX M-:-ire. Darrln Daltr TX Moore. Jef? Pearland. TX Mcrre, Kenneth Ethan Ft llorth. TX Moore. Nathan TY Moreno. Abel Freeport. Masai, wtaitsm t. Jr For: nform. Mcrtarry Evelyn Odessa. Mwrta tx Wade S rtng. . L r I. D Moms. John N, Houston, Moms. Sandra L, Dallas, Morton. Mtchael C Huntsutlle Mosbarger. Etleen Arnanllo, Moss, Colin San Marcos, Motley, Davtd Houston, Mueller. Larry tookurn. Mueller. Michele San Antonto. Mueller, Todd Ausnn, Mulholland, Mtchael San Antonto. Mullen. Laura Austtn, Mullen. Sean Sanpedro, Mullenax. Dtane Palesttne Muller. Wendy Larnpasas Mulltcan. Julte Grant:-ury, Mulltns. Mary San Anlonto. Mulltns. Sandie Houston Munsch. Chrtsty Houston, Muras, Donna Lagrange. Murphy, Brtan Austin. Murphy. Colleen Ft Worth. Murphy, Joe Fort Worth Murray. tlodt Ft Worth. Murray Thomas Mtssourt Clty. Mursl-tt, Sarah Dallas. Musachta, Deborah Houston. Mutchler, Ltsa Talr, Muztk. Janet Pmsburgh, Myers, Gretchen Olney. Myers. Sam Dallas. Myers. Vonda Kay Dayton, Mynter, Charles Boerne. r Nalls. Joye ltctorta, Napter, Kathleen Houghton Nash Krtsttne Mtssoun Czry. Nauarrete, Mellssa Lynne San Anronto. Neal, Davxd Dallas. Neble, Jeff lrwng, Nedbalelc. John Davtd Mathts. Nelll, Gtgl McCarne5, Netll, John San Antomo Netszg, Andrea College Statton Netsner. David Columbus Neztsch. Susan Madtsonutlle Nelson. Alexis Mouton Nelson. Deron San Antonto Nelson, Fehcta C Houston Nelson, Robert John Denton Nelson, Tamra Parts Nelson, Troy D Ore Ctty, Nettleton, Nancy Bedford Neuerdousky, Dana Dallas Newsom, H Duane Georgetown Ng, Marlon Houston Nguyen, Son Houston K lcnols Kimberly P Mesqutte Nvcholson, John Dallas Nicol, Scott Arltngton Noel. Leslle Rtchardson Noell. Alan Dallas Nftllette, Chrls Carrollton Norcross, Debra Lancaster Nordstrom, Page Austvn Norman, lngrxd Houston Norrls. Ktm L Sauoyl jotrzs, Patrtck League Clty Norton. Saundra College Statran Nowak, Ellzabeth Bryan Nowak, Stanton Rosenberg Nuckolls, Suzan Rtchardson Nye, Allen Dallas Oates, Andrea Nacogdoches Oates. Ltsa Houston Obetg, Leslte .San Antonto O Brzen, Mlchael -San Antnnlo Genoa, James A Portland Ocnoa, Ruben C El Paso Oflonnell, Tara Austrn O'Dell. Joe Dayton Ulilom. Kaye Houston Ulbonnell, Ltsa Mtzsourv Cnty Oenrletn. Randy Braunuaod Ogden, Carl Pasadena Oguynn, Connte Houston Ohme, Henry Monroe Oltver, Susan Kay Cypress Ondrasek. Mtchael Burllngton O'Neal. Pat Houston, O'Neale, Robert San Antomo O'NeeI. Andrew Groves, Ong, Gary -Seobroolre. O'Rear, Crtsty Arlmgton, Orr. James St Crotx Falls, Ortega, Davtd San Antonro, Osborne, Sharon J Longuteuu, Ostner, Lee Houston, Ottmers, Becky Laredo, Oubre, Robert R Lake Jackson. f? t 5' N ,, .... g:fr'if:25'.'Q V V I vw? .QV ,V g?i.qV4V 6, HG an A a ,f 5' gf' , - A " ' ,- 5. .gf-V. '-- f 5 , Q", ' L, , f t e fs of - f 4 A ff . fi V ' . . x , ' T 1 V A 7 . 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OH Owens, Susan Temple. TX Oxlord, Nancy Terrell, TX Ozuna, Yvonne Dallas. TX Pace. Mark San Palenio. TX Pace, Megan Midland, TX Padden, Perry Longview TX Padilla, Jerry M, San Antonio, TX Padilla, Richard Texas City TX Paire, Chris Arlington. TX Palkowski, Penny San Antonio. TX Panichi, Chris Missouri Cary. TX r V-5 V Pare, Jeanne Midland. TX Parker. Amanda San Antonio TX Parker, Carla Spring. TX Parker, Carol Plano. TX Parker. Parker. Parker. Edmund Farmersuille. TX Julie Burleson TX Stephanie Richardson, TX Parks, Darby C Ozona. TX Parks, Tory Clute, TX Parsons. Roy Victoria, TX Parthum, Gina Rosenberg. TX Pascavage, Patty Dickinson TX Paschall. George Irving. TX Paschke. Joel Englewood. CO Patak, Pamela Richardson. TX Patel. Bharat V Houston. TX Patel, Dipti Cleveland, TX Patel, Shilpa K. Houston. TX Patterson, Shelly Kerrville, TX Patton. David Richardson. TX Patzig, Kaylynn Car-mliton, TX Paul Laura Bedford, TX Paulley. Vanessa Longviea. TX Pavlxcek. Linda Houston TX Payne, Cody Bryan. TX Payne, Vilma Longview. TX Peden. Eric Lemsurlle, TX Pedersen, Shelley Hosron. TX Peebles. Amy Houston TX Peek. Chris Burnet TX Peek, Peggy A Shertz. TX f Rocha '11 -1 KU Ill :r El N D or on N1 Peepies. Cnet l.4Th::eu-nghr. TX Pe?1l..leffreg G Freaencksburg TX Pehl. Shen Harmon. TX Pelt, Karen Mldlothian. TX Pemberton, Hence Abilene. TX Pena. David San Antonio. TX Pena. Joel Mission. TX Penalaza. John Waco. TX Pendergrass, Benny Langtveut, TX Peneu-ttt. Kelly J Houston. TX Pennington. Sara Waller. TX Perales. Belinda Humble. TX Perches. David San Antonio. TX Perktns, Steve Dallas. Perkison. Brett Texarkana. , Persohn. Leroy L. IV Alice. TX Persyn. Georgina Sprmg. TX Persyn. Gina Spring. TX TX TWC Peselc, Sheila Shiner. TX Peter. Kevin Houston. TX Peter. Kevin Park Ridge. IL Peters. Allen Ft Worth, TX Peters. Stanley Llurngston. TX Peterson, James Houston. TX Peterson, Stephanie San Antonio. TX Pemgrew. Judy D Bryan. TX Pewitt. Mil-te Bndgeport, TX Pfeiffer, Kenneth Round Rock. TX Pham. Linh-Huang Bryan, TX Phelps. Tom Rockwall. TX Phtlltps. Andrew Arlington. TX Phttups. Came Fort warm, TX Phtlllps. Charles M Fort Lkbrth. TX Phtllips. Kimberly Ballu-rn, MO Phnllips. Todd Phippeny. Christa San Antonio. TX Pxcha, Stephen Waco. TX Pickell, Pamela Houston. TX Piedmont. Ellen Houston. TX Her-Lochtca. Federico L. Tarnpico, Tamps, Mexico Pifer. Danna Plano. TX Pigg. Von Waxahachre. TX Pinckney. Roger Jr. Austin. TX Rneda, Thelma San Antonio. TX Pinnell. Candace Dallas, TX Pizana. Nelly D San Antonio. TX Platzer. Susan Edinburg. TX Pleasants. Lisa Hampton. VA Plepys. Christine Lake Jackson, TX Pless. Steven L Longview, TX Plodzzk. Beth Manchester. NH Plowman. Kathy Hitchcock. TX Poe. Lydta Houston. TX Poxrler. Doug Camnllten. TX Polzer. Ruth Jakarta, Indonesia Ponce. Daniel A. San Juan. TX Pope. Darryn Commerce. TX Porche. Carol Corpus Chrtstr. TX Porter. Jeanne Mathis. TX Porter. Katrina Dallas. TX Potter. Robert A Marshall. TX Potts. Shem Bryant. TX Pounds. Blake San Antonvo. TX Powell, Catherine College Statran. TX Powell. Jennifer Seabrook, TX Powell. Julie McAllen. TX Powers. Rebecca Sonora, TX Praclel. Dan Kingwood. TX Pratt. Cheryl Katy. TX Preyean. Trisha Fnendswood. TX Preslar. Sharon M Austxn. TX Prevost. Jeff San Antonio, TX Price. Gary Wayne College Station. TX Price, John Houston, TX Price. Kathy Lake Jackson, TX Price. Patricia Carrollton. TX Prrslavsky. Lea Tyer. TX Prochaska, Jerry Fred Houston. TX Propst. Brent Houston. TX Proske. Paul A. Cypress, TX Prothro. Michael Pasadena. TX Pruttt. Suzanne Dayton. TX Prukop. Barbara Edinburg. TX Pruski. Karen San Antonio, TX Pruslu. Kevin San Antonio, TX Prumn. Scott Houston, TX Pugh. William Rockport. TX Quattlebaum. Susle Mssoun City, TX Queen, Clllen Hurst. TX CIW-lZYlP6.l. Tory San Antonio, TX Quxnlan. Lisa Plano. TX Quinn. Diana Houston. TX Q'-llnn, Theresa Dallas. TX Quintana. Greg San Antonio. TX Raabe, Todd Conroe. TX Raton, Wllllam L IV Houston, TX Rackley, Kyle lpngurew. TX Ramtrez. John-David Carrollton, TX Ramos. Evangeltne K Baytown. TX Rampant. Lua Mo City. TX Randolph, Stephens Dallas. TX Rayz. Billie Drckmsan, TX Rawltm, Mary Longview. TX Raybould. Patrice Houston, TX Reagan, Claudia fhrpus Chrtstr. TX Reagan. Marc Hobbs. NM Reagc-r. Ttffany Qllege -Station, TX Rector, Karen Houston, TX 638 Freshmen S 5--Y 'NA l tv 2' K S! 1:-Lzyyy xv ,f e A , Y ' ' 'fait-.4 1 uf- . -'et f U ..y I 2, . K? T X -- Q' cr- '27 -., 'Zia JM :Q -- ,ge --r .f l'v f lf l WJXN-1 ts. 'll ll' ci l -X 92 0' " fe- I.. C' l '- ' in .X l Al 19. . F' Y- . 5,-u 1 f I bf: --Y l , .fr Z' We 1 Q., .1 f ff- . 4 s , ,. lk-A l t Twlllg ll' B' e- mi, 5 f f 6 0 5 in I. fait 1 - H -1 'C T I I - , Ks' 1 WW 1 G, 1 Wifi iz - , , A . Ol cv. 4 leaf, 4- " Z Q- ' - z '7 ,M ' W ' v--, ' n gf., by x N," , ' af Jaya? 1 "" , 71171 , A A -. 4 ' . ' 1 ' S ks A? , ,A V . .P . 14 "iff" eg I 5:1 , c - fl, R 2' . ,, 1 . . ' 4: if , U . - ' . 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' N, it ' ,-1 .. h I in n , :WV 1: s :Q ,, , 4 f x -. ' V I , T i x Q X' H , A l v- LTV . ,. S7 , T if Q . W Q ' G 1' Q -5 .... 'F .' g. r ' -A A ' - N- , - 'dx' s.- ei-, p-,Q .G E V' cf-r, Q,. k K - v 1 V ' ' - - l ' 1' . -. .Z K ,Y 3' 'YK Fans wave 12th Man towels in support of the 12th Man Kick Off Team. Q ,an Redding, Robert Katy, TX Redell, John Stafford, TX Reedy, Jeffrey Plano. TX Reeves, Bryce Houston, TX Regitz, Jim Houston, TX Reichert, Todd Arlington, TX Reid. Debbie Baytown, TX Reilly, Kathleen Houston, TX Reilly, Mike Spring, TX Reis, John Lake Jackson, TX Reisinger, Donelle Midland, TX Rene, Alcala San Antonio, TX Reneau, Ginger San Antonio. TX Rentz, Judith Houston, TX Reyes, David El Paso, TX Reyna, Soila Galveston. TX Reynolds, Karri Necona TX Reynolds, Lisa M. College Station. TX Reysa, David Rhine. Geri Whitesboro. TX Rial, Ann Houston, TX Rice, Angela Fort Worth, TX Rice, Stephanie College Station, TX Rich, Jennifer The Woodlands, TX Richard, Stephanie Houston. TX Richards, Wendy Carthage. TX Richbourg, Keith Arlington, TX Richert, Teri Roanoke. TX Richter. Cassie Houston. TX Ridout, Ben Austin. TX Riegel, Cheryl Lynn Bossier City, LA Riemenschneiden, Darryl T Yorktown. Rikli, Steve Murdock, NE Riley, Erin Richardson. TX Ristow, Gina Converse. TX Ritmanich, Lisa Carthage, TX Rizzuto, Ken Houston, TX Roady, Art Abilene, TX Robbins, Thomas Dallas, TX Roberson, James L Marshall, TX Roberson, Mark Carthage. TX Roberts, Catherine Richardson, TX Roberts, Kevin P Austin, TX Robertson, Stephen Missouri City, TX Robertson, Steven C Spring. TX .4 TX 3. i7 Dx cha I4 Ro 'T1 -1 0 E' 0 3 UK OJ XO K 640 Freshmen SA' 1.11 X.. .lQKi ,-44 - --Q wa-41:55 W 1 -,ff-- 1-f ' Q1"f23f" ' vrz av, , 5.5 ID T" ' .rw F: Amr TX 11 Q1 , V, . . 1-. . 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'1 if T ' '64 V' ,M Ruflm. Knstxn A , Dallas, TX 11 I ' V , fr 7 Rurnora, Gma. Mzssour' Cay. TX rj, , ,n f r' 1 lk f Runge, Dana L. Hauslan. TX Q1 1 1f' ak 1 '9-51 Ruppert, Dana. Spvng TX M , 4 - ' Russell. Bryn. Aransas Pass, TX - ' 1 Ries-9. Rewna Lvrxn. Fnenclsuaod TX " 4 Yixtnerfcrd. Tim, Krlgore. TX 2 'T F1 1' 1 Q 5' I 0 1 W 5' 1 C 1 Rgdell, Rhonda, Beeurlle TX .X-1 4 L ,, . 4--, " - 51 -5 , Sabrsula. Steve. Beaumont TX z f1 T 1 Q Saenz. Cynrhla. Weslaco TX M - - ,y1-1 1, 1 12 ' iafafemtz. Deborah, Carrallron TX 1 ,yu I I 1 1 l' Salam. Thomas A . EF Paso, TX I1 L gff fgf . 4, I 1 Salas, Rudy. Housmn TX is Salznas, Damel L , Laredo TX ' 1 Sarrtpsek Jennzler, Garland TX 8 15 1 ,- Sartsel. Czndy, Sav1Aa:onvo TX 9 C -,g : ra ,' ' 1 A 1. 5 gg 3 " 47 , Sanieriora. Todd. Duncanulle TX . " 1 . 1-V1 ' , , 'R Q, Q' 1 1 I Q :jets Cassxe Janme P'asm-len TX ' -1 . X " T 4 Sanders. Carl. Caambra MO X--f 11 T 2 t "' I- 1 Sanders. Kent. Far: Lkarrh, TX , T. I Sarrlers, Susan. Housron, TX 1 f l 4- l Sartzesreban, Yvette, Kary, TX , "' 1 Sanrogrossx. Chrxsry, Kaly TX ,li Saltoscoy, Irene C , Dallas TX ' A1 1 ,h "4 N :::r:t: CeE.na P Eruszfsa DF Brazzl , 1. 1 3? 2. 1, ' " TW' ' Q .. 1'- Sa!ter1g,.Mar1, Olney MD 1 -'1 , '1 -. '4 ' I , ' Sauer Vlelame Arlsngzon TX . ' - T 1 'T ' '. G' ' - ti Saaced: Joseph, Corszcana TX ' ell A X 5a4.,Nei1ssa. Houston TX 7 1 Q ' 1 , -' Scataaa, Blame. Ennzs TX ,' 5 'Q 1 A ' ' 1 -. , 5 '1 . A ' , Scace, Leslze. Housran TX '111' Scales, Krzstx. Dallas TX -X1 Seaman. Kenra, Ceueland TX 1 'Ar' Sckawe Marty D, lrumg TX 0 cg. 3 ,c 1 , A 54? 6 Scheer Tama Sue. lacksbora TX ,J ,J .V 1 . 15 Scherlzmger Dxane, Garland TX T ' ' 4 95- T ' A' same: Holig .Nlerame LA ' - T "" 1-1 , 1 Scnrzcr. Lan. Haasran TX A E ., x Sciriiar Nlea:r1da,Da.'las TX . - - I 5 . f .2 I L :craft Hzurnznd. Hausron TX , ucrnfroa Ranma, Anngron TX Ta S:r.r,e.der Janna, E' Paso TX A " ' ' bzrracer, Jane, .'-1:s.saur- C115 TX , 'C . 7x 1, . 0 f- A .- if Sczuler. Laura. Dallas TX -- -1 G 1 ... I 1' Q '1 Q Nat' -1 Scfule. Sonya, Hngsbury TX Q' ' -.'- 'Y ' ' ' 'T ' - ' ff 7 S:r..:ea. Deszg, Ca'5egeSta!1an TX K' Q N ' +--- -1' ' - ' C:e.r.es Darren, Mn Anzamo TX ', 1 , 7 N ,' 5:f.riac:er Damel San Antanra TX K i J 1 , if Y li 'f Scr.4-washer Jam, fgggduexv TX ,, nw- feff . V f---ew f - W- -- -f-'- - W W- ' -V S-:taster Anna M , Mexra TX 1.1 nf "A 1 ' - ' 1 Sanz: 'r'-.anne Braansazlle TX 1, ' ' " Scrwzfe Wace, L1 Grange TX 1 6 1- -R ,Q 1 4,-1 2. 3 5, : , ' iinezc-2, G19 Copperas Cale TX , :' ' -. ,' ,' T ' L - ' Scvggzns Jane Ann, Langmeu. TX ' 'T ' ' ' ' I ' Q " g 1 'S' '. f-- K ,TL n Szztt Benny Ann, Pasadena, TX f ' ' V ' , Scar! Cameron. Yuakum, TX " A ' X' I' 5 - I QA Scan lodx flmnsmn. rx 1 A j L A K JL, ,ff , ff X L- . .N X l Scan Mau. Kermlle TX Q -- 5-:QH Paala Arlsnglon TX ' M S-:ou Ream, lnfmg TX ' ' 4 Saou, Spencer Imvng TX .1 is - - 1 Q Q 'gm 1 ,,, .- Scan Tern L . Granduleu TX , 'I T ' 6 ' li 1 9' I , seamm Tadd Dallas TX A ' ' ' ' T ' -H' ' ' 'X ' G 5 Sealy Bryan. Haus:-on TX -. f --,, X Sea, io!! Crarg, Mvdland. TX 5 Y X11 ' ' 9 , A Sezerger Debra A , Rlchardson, TX ' 1 ' ', - .1 Sebesta, Wnllxam, Dallas TX ,.-,. L 1 1 , , uni.. L -., wg, E-agua, Darren, College Smnan, TX 'Y' 3 A 'fy Seals, cheryl. warm TX L. 'Eng V ,1 Lv' '- 5 Sens Kzvm, Hound Roc? TX : 49 3 1 A ' 3, 4. ', ' l f Serra Sherrne Housmn. TX , T A in" " X ,A T L T' se-mm, Jlm ami TX ' 'K' L 9 '44 ' 1.-2 - ,e , ,L semi Tanya Lame .spmgs NJ 'se V- , , , ' Q 4 -, Shaffer Mary Shannon. Pmnn TX T Y T ' - I Shafer. Alexandra, Vlcrarla, TX 4 ,A-11,5 Q' f"?f.:.1 .. v 1.7178flf'Q".':A'1 Shahan, Ellzabeth, Vvcrana TX e H .,,.,. 11 YYV' -1 1 1111 " ' ' ' ' ' ' A Srrakhshrr, Hamed, Mlm, Kuwau if 3 , A FF Shannon, Calm, Grand Frame TX - S' za Q 'T L G ,K ', Sr,ap.ra, Pere Fi , Fan Warzh, TX - " , 11 1 1 A1 1 "' " ' Q. ' ' ' C , T Snaron, Tow. F1 Warm TX "' fi 7' N ' QI. 2 Snarp, Klm Qrland TX ' f ' ' V - ' Sharpe. Carter Ero1mu.ood TX L T Shar, Rohm Hound Hack TX Q I Shefflezd, Mlchael, college eww. TX V A X A fl l uaqivy-1'-tgviq' gy fm., 5 3, .f, A' 'lfwxff .ag v 911' 1, ,W rp' - V L.--1-1...-.Raw Shuttle Challenger Seven Astronauts Remembered On Jan. 29, 1986 seven American astronauts lost their lives when the shuttle Challenger exploded 74 seconds after take off from the Cape Canaveral, Fla. launch site. Among the astronauts on board was Christa McAuliffe, 37, th first pri- vate citizen in space, a social studies teacher from Concord, N.H. The commander ofthe flight, Francis 'Dick' Scobee, 46, carried a medal- lion from the Texas A8zM College of Education on an earlier flight. The other crew members were pilot Michael J. Smith, 405 Judith Resnik, 365 Ronald I. McNair, 355 Ellison S. Onizuka, 395 and satellite engineer Gregory B. Jarvis, 41. By Molly Pepper Flags flew at half-mast for a week after the tragedy in memory of the seven who were killed. Freshmen 641 s . 51 SJ" -'v'gs'J .ap-:fs Cast- nan :harmed Raja Da as ara. Tense 5-l Szazsristfe lbheritatt, Star. ,-'l5o'1L1.'l6 N .aa Ha.-,len Crfrant Starron Shrflett. Kelly Paarland Shtlier Shannon Arlmgron Shglllnglcu, Teresa Dallas. Shtpleg, Stephen Duncan Shrpman, Mandr Happy Shzpman, Mark Atutrn. Shoemaker. James Colleyutlle Short. Jeffery Eugene Arlmgton, Sudes. Charles Stafford. Stdney. Edd Lujkrn, Qzehald. Stephame San Antonio. Sxeffert, Bryan Lolltvn. Stfuentes. .large Rrchardson. Sthra. Jaswant S Salters. Stkorskl, Susan M Dallas. Sxmmans, Clittan W Marshall. Sxmmons, Melxssa Ttualt. Stmms. Kathryn Houston. Slman. Robert J Houston. Slmontn, Kevtn Gretna. Stmpsan, Amy Ennts, Stmpsan, Debra S Houston, Slmpson, Stephame San Antonro, Sampson. Tony Mt Pleasant, Smger, Cratg M Bedford Srngletary, Llsa Cypress Stngletcn. Tera Holman, Sxnot, Wesley Pasadena. Srppel. Scott Houston. Ssuandz, Dvcpusrandrta College Statron 642 Freshmen Skaggs, Thomas Adnan. Skarcla, Ella E La Porte Skrabanek. Steven College Sfatron. Slaughter, Pamela El Paso, Slaughter, Walter M Austtn. Slavtn, Ellen E Houston, Slayton, Tracy San Juan, Sledge. Brtan Mesqutte, Sloan, Tracy Lee Grand Prame, Slater, Scott San Anmnto Slaunl-t, Vuctor W El Paso, Smalley, Donna Pearland Smtth, Benlamtn Azle. Smtth. Brett S Stlsbee, Smlth, Camtlla Houston, Srnrth. Jack Carthage, Smith, Jacquelyn Texarkana, Smrth. Jennrler Nacogdaches. Smxth. Krrsttne The Woodlands. Smrth, Ltsa Sprmg. Smntn, Mark St-hertz, Smuth, Maurt Cypress, Smrth, Melissa A Houston. Smith. Ramona Shreveport. Smith, Stacie Thornton. Smlth. Ttflany Nacogdoches. Smlth, Todd Arilngton Srmth, Twtla Alpvne Smlth. Wxlllam C-amesuvlle Snead. Stephanre Barrlesullle Scper. Maureen Dallas Sotelo. Marlo, Jr Sonora, Souza, Jodye A Dharus Spaeth, Tracy Mason, Spagnalettr, Jane San Antanvo Spannagel, Dale R College Statmn, Spears, Lane Plano TX TX TX .N l D TX NJ TX TX TX tulle TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX SC TX TX TX TX TX NE TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX LA TX TX TX TX TX OK TX TX TX TX TX TX TX speck. Mtchael RFO FR MRCICO Speetzen. Tam: Lee .Spnng Spessard, Ktmberly Dallas. Sprcer. Mark San Antanvo Spnllman. Stephanle Sprlng Spxser, Krxstl San Antenna Sprague, Mark Houstnn Sprtngman, Chuck Roclrurall Spruell, Steven Frtendswood Squatrlto. John F San Antonio Srubar, Ann M Houston Stafford, Krts Vrctorva Stagg, Kathy Austm, Staha, Denxse Pasadena Stahl, Karen Humble Stanaland, Davrd Lufkm. Stanford, Mellssa Corpus Chrtsty Stanley. Cheryl Bedford Stanley. Stanley F College Statler: Starche, Chrus Beaumont Starks, Samuel Greg Bay Crty, Statlnalws. Stephame llrluestnn. Steadman, Ktm Gladeutater, Steadtner, Robert Blake Dallas Steeley, Lauren Cleueland. Steensma, Cheryl .San Ramon, Stenseth. Tara Grand Forks, Stephens, Alan Hnustnn, Stephens, Cathy Kllgnre, Stephens, Melame Eden Stephenson, Bare: Llberty, Stephenson, Barat B Ltberty, Srzpp. Cami Arlmgmn, Steves, Sherry Wfxfdlandt Sternlels, Katherune M Houston TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX C A MD TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX r A .vt .vw .,-.- , ,V -,e - , , A , 0, ,.,. 1 A If - Q - -- .N ' t- Q . , 6. ' 1 -X' 4 .f - V 6' . ' 13 .P f ' , ., ' Q 6 '75 .er V ' ' 'uv 1 X il lzl "fl7! a f. N r 1' 7 ' ff l l 1 3., 4 . V 1 -C lrwkll , lflflli' ' lla- v-2 --fat 1 ' . f - 355 2" ???'5lfl , f 'V ' in -: -:, - Z ff: A, 1-It-g I , Af. 3, tx jet If at 5449, 1 e gs 6- .' ' Lg ' I ' ' ff rl T If V ' , I 3 V' ' ti ' ' , '- N' 3 I , I V4 '- r W tt . N I ' I U - 'C ,7 .. l, tj ullilll . rtft V T 1 flfffkg :W :Ca V TU' w g, ., 4 41. .- gd at 3 if I. V ip! ., V 'U' , , 'af i 6. 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TX Sumpter. James Bcvtoun TX Supak. Janet Lubbock. TX Sustl, Rebecca Houston TX Sutton. Johnny Houston. T X Svetlrk. Steve Hldland. TX Swearmgen. Todd Houston TX Sweeney. Lara Houston TX Swtnt. Jtm Kevm M:Ktnney TX Swords. Scott Gorden Czry KS Syptak. Amor: Dent-er. CO Szalw1nskx. Brad Cor-pus Chrtsn, T Taber, Steve Grapet-me, TX Talbot. Scott Arlmgron TX Tallent. Chrtstt Mason. TX Talley. Dann San Antomo TX Tarek, Bou Saada Houston. TX Targoe, Frank L Jr Bloommgron Tarwater, Paul Bellmlle TX Tatto. Marc Del Houston. TX Taylor, Cynihra Waco TX 5. TX X TX Freshmen 643 F RES MEN Taylor, Elizabeth Raymondullle. Taylor, Hugh Marshall. Taylor, Jerral Kerrville. Taylor, Jessie Gilmer. Taylor, Karen Lake Jackson. Taylor, Karen Bastrop. Taylor, Rob Winnesboro. Tebrinke, Michael Dallas. Tergerson, Laurie Meridian. Termini, Camille Galveston. Terraso, Michael Jr. Houston. Terrazas, Debbie Kingsuille. Terrell, Tina Kress. Terry, Laura Richardson. Tesdall, Christine Grand Prairie. Thandi, Amrit Kingwood. Theut, Brian Texas City. Thom, Kenneth A. Fort Worth. Thomas, Deborah Dallas. Thomas, Ed Klein. Thomas, John Richardson. Thomas, Temple N. Eagle Lake. Thomas, Tim Midland. Thomasson, Raymond A. McAllen. Thames, Lorelai Irving. Thompson, Amelia A. Son Antonio. Thompson, Jennifer R. San Antonio. Thompson, John Joshua. Thompson, Teresa L. Kingsville, Thompson, Tommy College Station, Thompson, Tracy Greenville. Thornton, Kendall, Carlisle. Thorp, Leslie Ann Taft. Thorson, Jennifer Houston. Thompson, Rusty Red Oak Thumann, Nanette M. Rosenberg. Tidwell, Omar Freeport. Tiedtke, Kristine Ft Worth. Tiet, Phuong Houston. Tijerina, Albert A. San Angelo. Tillery, Kristi Dallas. Tindall, Geneva G. Houston. Tinker, Robert Carrollton. Tinsley, Courtney Dallas. Tisch, Paul Spring. Tolar, Leigh Anna San Antonio. Tolbert, Kim Yoakurn. Tolbert, Lisa Dallas. Tomlin, Frank Gilmer. Tompkins, Katherine Leigh Houston. Toole, Lori Houston. Tornabene, James Frzendswood. Torres, Jeanette Houston. Toups, David Austin. Townsend, Merrie Laredo, Trahan, M. Dwayne Baytown, Tran, Son T. Richardson. Trevilion, John Corpus Christi, Troy, Monica San Antonio. Tschaepe, Ernest Whitehouse. Tullrs, Susan Temple. Turner, Ronald Pasadena. Ueckert, Russell San Angelo. Uehurn, Robert APO Son Francisco, Ugalde, Walter San Antonio. Underwood, Kristy Houston. Uomoleale, Joann Denton. Upton, Catherine Sugarland, Urbani, Jennifer Galveston. Usey, Michael Longview. Usrey, Mitchell San Antonio. Usry, James Dallas. Utzman, Julie Missouri City. Valdez, Ciriaco Lagrange Vale, Stephen P Languiewl Valenzuela, Catherine San Antonio, Valigura, Donna Caldwell Van Cleave, Jim Mathvsl Van Zant, James Dublinl Van Dorn, Douglas Lumberton Vanclergrilt, John Killeen Vanderhider, Russell Ann Abilene Varga, Keith Allan Lufkin, Varner, Andrew San Antonio. Varos, William San Antonio. Vaughn, Debra Leigh Dallas. Vecera, Gloria Yoakurn, Vela-Roch, Norma E Dallas. Vela, Pam L Missouri City. Velasco, Rosana Ft Stockton. Velasquez. Lisa Su-garland. Ventura, Misty Columbus. Vernon, Julile Englewood. Verret, Suzanne Beaumont. Veteto, Roger Houston. Vickery, Erie Crowley. Viktorln, Joann Pearland. Villarreal, Debbie Houston. Villarreal, Elva Houston, Villermrn, Celia Melissa Dayton. Vitacca, John M Irwin. Vogel, Steve Killeen, Voinis, Greg Houston. Waddell, Bryan Orange. Waddell, William Orange. Wade, Deborah Henderson. Wade, Lori Nederland. Wagenknecht. Diana Seabrook. 644 Freshmen V" . F y v . ll , r 5 43- , A 3 6' ,i S . -5-re . . lr. .nw r " . "l T sa ,A c,,. 33- 4. 'fh- Q '5 J -Q' ' r X l ?'Q in Q "fe, ,, , 4? l,'Zf22?f5' V, I Ke ,. ' . :4 .-Aa, Tana" N -tafv rev' 'f' fwfr' WMM-f ' 'rf' for , .. gf ff T ,mc , mrvnw ' 9 ' 1 - " , S- ' , Za - -I'-.Af I fl! V. ' so 1.13 ff' A ,eg : 2 - 53417 44-tifluvfli I ' 4' "" ' fr C A' a ,. 0 5 T ' A 'T -,Q , .. , A ., vs. . , ,. 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Shannon Kay San Anronro TX Walker, Sazanne Oallege Swrlon TX Walker, Wncam Scart Herndon TX Wallace, Mar: Luflnn TX Wallace, Marcus Ray Lufrin TX Wallace, Neil Spring TX Walter, Laura Lee Walder CO Walters, Bren Corpus Christ- TX Walther, Michael Hoasron TX Walther, Michael Elm Mon TX Walz, Gary Hoastnn TX Wanke, Eric San Anlonio TX Ward, Adina College Station. TX Ward, David Dumas TX Ware, Bryan E Irving TX Wargo, Brian David San Anronro TX Warncl-te, Patrick .N'eedi.'l'e TX Warr, Shane Bridge Cm, TX Warren, Andre E Nacogdoches TX Waters, Sharon Dallas TX Watkins, Brent Hughes Springs TX Watson, Jeffrey Ausnn. TX Watson, Sam J Houston TX Watson, Will Lrurngszon TX Weaver, Deborah Sprrng TX Webb, Ton1Ft Worth TX Weidner, Daniel J Houston TX Weihing, John Mandeville LA Weiner. Annelise C Boulder CO Weisenlels Rebecca Lujlun TX Weisser, Steve Austin, TX Welch, Jean Dallas, TX Wellel. Christina De Ann Bag, Czrg, TX Wells, Alicia Houston TX Wells, Larry Lake Jackson TX Wells, Lester EI Paso TX Werner. Richard Alta Loma TX Wert, Leslie M Houston TX Freshmen 645 ' "s.1s'rJ'?'f " ' '52 - ' ' f' it' r F J ' ii 2 1 I' I i 3 i , 1 it in Q A member of the Aggie Band David Wilkinson cleans windows at the Crestview Retirement Home during the Big Event. Life 61 . a ,,A: Wessels, Susan Houston West, Amy Bryant Wesrfaul, Wendy Cypress Westmoreland, Allrsan Dallas Wheatley. Leslxe Carol Abrlene, Wheatley, Phtlip Beaumont Wheless. Jeff Dallas Whtte. Cheryl Frrendsu-ood. Whtte. Davrd Vxncent Xema, Whtte, Dottt Vidor, White, Eltzabeth K lrumg Whtte, Larry Houston Whrte, Ted M San Angelo Whrte. Willtam L College Stattan Whttehead, Amy Del R10 Whttesrde, Tracue McAllen Whttftll, Kerry J. Pasadena Whttley, Dede San Antanta, Whttlocl-t, Ltsa Bryan Whitnah. Ketth Houston Whxttlesey, Karen Grouetan Wtcke, Davud Joseph Cat Sprrng, Wrdeman, Jenntler Ann Austrn Wtdtleldlt, Marla College Statron Wuenke, Lezln Petersburg Wrggs. Kathy Pattrson Wtlbanks, Kart Hankms. Wtlcox, Gtna Ltberty. Wtldle, Mark Wrndthorsl Wtllong, Albert Corstcana Wrlltams, Alltson Dallas, Wrllxams, Charles Colorado Cvty, Wtlltams. Dantel Houston Wtllxams. Edward B Marshall. Wrlltams, J Rtchard Baton Rouge, Wtlltams. James R Il San Antonro. Wrlltams Jamce K Houston Wtllrams. Naorm J San Antonro Wrlltams, Rhonda Sprung Wtllrams, Ronny K Brady. Wtllrams. Scott J Gtlmer Wtllrams. Stacy Angleton Wtlltams, Valerte Kmgusood Wtllts, Nancy Rrchardson Wrlltsam, Donald Royse City Wrllman. Mark Houston Wtlson, Clrflord A Lake Jackson Wrlson. Davrd Frrtch Wtlson, Fred Durango Wtlsan, Jay Longurew, Wtlson, Ketth Ft Worth Wtlson. Krrk Andrews Wtlson, Krtstt Austm Wtlson, Sandra Duncunurlle Wrlson. Sasha Wartham Wtlson Tammy Woaduvllc' Wtlsan, Trams E Houston Wtlson, Vrrgmta Rockford lL TX Wmans, Deanna Portland Wtnga, Gary Lubbock Wxnkler, Karen Buda Wmn, Brtan Austrn Wmsky. Chen.: Ktngu-ood Wtse, Amy Madtsonuvlle Wtse, Patrtcla D Fort Worth Wrse. Paul Houston Wall, Chrtsttne Cuero Wall, Paula Austrn Wolf, Stephanie Houston Walken. Laura Houston Wornaclt, Mrchael Mvdland Wm Tsang Chth College Statron Wood, Anthony Farrjteld Wcod, Helen M Hrngwood Wood, Lauren Kvngsutlle Wmd Mary E Pvtuburgh Wood, Steve Garland mm Timothy M carmao Sprrngs Woodell, John Bryan Wvfjward, Jana Lake Jackson Wvnsard Mtchael Scott College Slalvan 646 Freshmen Wane, Davtd Boyd Mtssourt Crty Wortrnngtorr, Jenntler A Dallas Wortman, Rebecca Crbola Wrtght Jenmler Ilunfanutlle Wrrght. Joe W Houston Wrrght, Kell: Pearlund Wrrght. Ktmberly Lamarque Wrrglrn. Shannon Langureu. Wrtght, Todd Houston Wrmkie, Steven J League Cnty Wyatt. 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Chrrstme Dall.: TX Freshmen 647 648 Sophomores Qlass of '88 ' President: Dion Laurent Vice President: Spence McClunQ Secretary: Kelley Thormer Treasurer: Traci Ryan Social Secretary: Wade Stubblefield FRONT ROW: Traci Ryan, Kelley Thormer. BACK ROW: Spence McClung, Wade Stubblefield, Dion Laurent, 4 Fi J Q 1 'ETVVI l 5, rg" I I .www .Lvl , 'T Y SOPHCMORES . f' T fffsgvgfe' Aaron. Lana Glacleuater, TX Jr' Abbot. John Marana, TX 'Q Acevedo. Ratael Estates Rro Pfedaupr r 91 9 ' 'Q 'P Achee, Rebecca Mtdland, TX 4 - Adams. Chnstxne Harlmgen. TX T l 5 Adams. Clark A. College Station, TX 7 P 4, gf "XV X' Adams. Dale Houston. TX "' . 1. t Q 3 1 ' '- l. Adams. Gerald Galveston, TX 1 Adams, Greg Brrmrngham. Ml X A ll , I : I4 gm Q . ,- W ' 'Ty F , , Q vi' ,ig f I ' Adkms. Catherxne Leutsvrlle. TX . 'E2'f4 ' Adkms. Janet Houston. TX J ' Atnsworth. Davtd Loden Crockert. TX G. 5 ' 7' :F Q 1 4 " ' 'Q ' 1 Akard. John A Jr El Paso, TX K 4 2 N-L R V -, ' - Alams. lrma Dallas. TX 1 - ' X "Q Y Alarcon, Gustavo San Anromo, TX f X - ' 7 1 I Alayon. Katherrne Ann San Antomo, TX t , xx ' lg, Albanese. Mxchele La Porte, TX 1 . if ,fx ' Albm. Rebecca Jane Grddtngs, TX ' A . ': V W-I lf' 'i l . T f' ' 'W 1 , Alarrage, Ida-Lou Phoentx, AZ IN " ' . . I- Alexander, Jana College Stanon. TX - . V - Alexander. Jon Naples. TX S 'f 5 ' .R 3 5, i K g V -J Alexander Jynler Houston. TX "V V f-- ,, 1 ' V Alexander. Kern Houston. TX ' ' ' NT KY ' 'T V ' Alfonso. Lrsa Mo ow. rx f 1 -fy 4 Alford. Ernette Fort Vfbrth, TX V 4' 5 A ' , ' T Allee. Destree McAllen, TX 7 !5'f,'l V Allen, Angw Garland. TX 1 - lj . l f 1 W f V - 1. '---c-nfzzjfszv' 5 55" x ' , Allen, Jtll Lvmfhafnle. TX , V I! Allen. Stacey Houston. TX C-j' f ' n ,T Allen, Thomas San Antonto, TX J 3 4- . . t- , ' 'K ' :' 3 ' Allmann. Michael Garland. TX . 1 r 'N f " vt, ' ' A2 tj Alvarez. Jorge San Antonto. TX ' ' r ' , A I Y- Alvrdrez, Lorenzo Pecus. TX 3 U 'I X Y , . 5 Anderson, Altson Dallas. TX ui' f ' ' A 'Oh J, '- ' l rf, I ' ' l Anderson. Dal Devme, TX - L X V V' l 'fl ' l I l H-ff l f l Anderson, Deborah Andrews. TX , l il , ' ' ' Anderson. Meltssa Burleson TX ' T 5 A J I t Anderson, Tracey Dallas. TX . " 5 , ' ' if ' -1 Anderson, Travts Sequtn. TX ,E K .. 7, 1. E 4. wi? 'F' ,Q -Q. Angst, Davnd Snook, TX " " B, , l ' 7 Y . , Q -. my Ankele. Ken Arhngton, TX - - S+ X 'T 'Z 1 T" C Applegate. Doug Houston, TX ' P , , Arguello. Juan A San Jose. Costa Rtca l ' . I, V - :A fa .4 Arts, Charles K. Allen. TX ' 1 vw ' 'If lj '- lg ' 1 Z Armstrong. Jay Rlchardson. TX f - ,,,, l?,f,l.fj1C lffff 5 Armstrong, Ltsa Houston. TX . Arnene, Angela Humble, TX ' A Arnold, Rodney Dallas, TX I ' 5' -N gl- 1 1 Artedondo, Sylvia Houston. TX - ' ' 1 ' ' ,va in Arteaga, Gustavo McAllen. TX Q:-1 Q 1 hx- Q", 'G' ' Arthur, Garza san Amana. TX , " I - t y Asgarpoor, Johrab College Stcttnon. TX ,lf :J ' Ashcrafl, Kyle Anchorage. AK T' 'A Ashlxeld.M1chaelJ Houston TX l, A .39 I ,gr J. , Ashworth. Mxchelle Fort Worth. TX Ausec, George Kurt Sprxng, TX Awad, Peter Houston. TX 1. ,, -3 -3 Q, Ayala. Maxlmo Houston. TX .V ' UQ' 1 . Ayoub. Rala College Statton, TX ' A ' LV ' el Q 1 Bagan, Beth Rmhafdson. TX V Y 3, g U ' ' Balzy, Ellen Houston, TX . , .-.4, gig , .A X 4. ' , I Batley. Kevm McLeod College Stanon. TX " J 4' ijt: i , - . - . ' K A ' r Lv: . K: Batley. Meltssa Lee Palatme, TX V W 1 . r ' if i 'V 1 . 4 35' A: 1 Bam. Mark Houston. TX My ' . -: , - Balt. Staoflan College Stanon. TX ' - , Balmer, Eltzabeth H Houston, TX Q 3 -s :M H, ' lt 1 Baker. Lance Houston. TX ,. Q 4 ' 1' ph. 5 t v l L I Baker. Stewart Alum. TX 5' s gg, ' ' uf- IJ Balcar. Danny Schuleuburg, TX . 1' - , gf 1 Baldunn. Joel Mount Pleasant, TX . - ' ' ' A X 1. Baldunn, John Roanoke. TX . f N . Ball, Susan Greenutlle TX I f Tj ' 1, Bammel, Rhonda Houston, TX :.j" JI 4 Bangs. R Derek Spnng, TX f .f f N ' Barham. Della Houston, TX V v A , " 9, 1 2- 1: ,, Q . I Q- , ' Barlne. Sumnne Mrdland, TX 'Z ' ., . " 1 A br ,,. ' Barmg, Bruce lrumg, TX X - I! " ' .' , 1 .' ' , 17 ' T T' Barnes, Melodl Bonne. TX 4 ' 1 ,Rug X k- Barnes. Russell lkllege 5Latton, TX V I ' 17 1 T Barnett, Karen Pecos, TX 5 .Q f ' -.VV Barnett. Stephen Shreveport, LA X .A .dd ' . . , -f V Barrackman, Susan Houston TX ' 'JI ' Barret, Mark Kmgunod, TX . -3 Barrera. Marrela Buenos Atres, Argent ,, ,, - -N r ' eww, Debbte Houston. TX " ' "' " Q ' 4 ' ' "" "' Q' Bartee, Jody Cleveland, TX J 1 1 C, !'y1",s ' X l I' -Q 'er' 'D 4 asm., Perry w0f,d.fbQm, TX ,. s P ' , , ' Bartoeh. Eltzabeth Temple, TX 75,5 5 - Basden, Sam san Ammo. TX ' ' T ' ' X. N Bates. James Houston, TK K J 5 1 , I '.- 1 I Bartz. John Qtephenutlle, TX f -A A TT 'Qi T Balto, Ktlah San Antomo, TX 1 'A 'Q Bauer, Damel Roanoke. VA ' ' g, 9 1 , -g ch Bauer. Zane Llano, TX , -V 'Z f C' 'K ' ' X ' - Bayllss, James Fred Bryan. TX 'Q ' -- 4- ' l .2 ' -'Y h 'u m L. Beall. Douglas l. College Statlon, TX l . A l ,Q 1-f ' - Ball. Fmm Alan Archer Crty TX j - ff , -- ' , l Bard, Brad Bryan. TX X ' A , I ' ' ' Beard, Jeffl Teras Crty, TX ' l I X A A , , I Beard, Taslua Qllege Stauon, TX xl YT! ' VT Beatty. Darren T Houston. TX 'gf ' . - Beazley. Charles Denton, TX 1.1 C F 'vt "- Becker, Laurte Austm. TX I 5 I 2 1 f D -0 V six amen, wrnam Lu Hmmm.. TX Q4 l r ce j J: f . . c. N - -E: f Beedte. Sondra Hrngwood, TX 4 N ' ' 4' V.. xi' T' Behrendl, Shefrx Sequrn, TX ' -' ' - A X I Q -Q Betsert, Sherry Hnehurst. TX ' Yr: v'- Bell, emma A Dallas. TX v p .,--55 R' 2' E L ' '-11 4 14: T, 650 Sophomores R443 ' , 1 9 :- ' .1 . 'lk s-1 1 -fe? . were , , A V 'z 1 U 1 - - 1 rf' -Q-M . 4 1 " - 5 n ,Av a ii ' . . T" .' 'T ' -i ff., J. ,gl ' Q . I W N if' G- -' 752 . Q ,f ' ' ,Tai 44 -, v- 4. - '+,:iZ".-.- ' ' '-L H1 ii Corps members wash off the log hauling truck alter a bonfire cut ,v '88 f-1 ' ' f , , : , S! 2 3 x h X .T 1 N.. 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Keun Re.: Oar TY Bevers. Ellxotr Fw: Llbfzh TX Bevxlacqua. Demse Neu Brawves TY Blasco. Tve R..-hardy' TX Brenko, John Sr- -Kwon , TX Bxexer Annette Nr -'l"Ir' .- TX Bnshop Deanna Schiff. FR Blork. Brenda S' -lnrqn s TX Black. E.::':ern fzoaszw TX Black, Reber! D Fra: .HS Black Rohan Hdartd TX Black. Thcrnas A llacc TX Blacklex, Kellx R:".:'.x.' TX Blackman. Lx Vim.: Cn TX Blakeley Derex L..::xx- TY Blanco. Teres 'av TX Bland Cay aww TX Blanda, .lull Sy: .-'lnlanc TX Blaschke. James Toakwv TX Blasxngame. Donald Fx'::ha'aQ' TX Blass l.cre1ne D San -Ants' J TX Blume, Adrlawne Por: Bc :fr TX Blumensteln. Cherxl Hamish TX Poedeker, Teresa Temple TX Boehnke. Donald Hagel: TX Bags. James Sl lll T:"'5-a TX Behne. Kimberly Heck? TX 651 Sophomores SOPHO Bohuslav, Sarah 'rbakum TX Bolner. Mary Beth San Anronto TX Bomba. Norma College Sranon, TX Bond. John D Athens, TX Booker. Elotse Florrssant. MO Boon, Steven Ennts, TX Booth. Margaret lrutng, TX BOOlh. Mtchael Ann Fort Worth. TX Borak. Lxsa K Rosenberg, TX Boren, Rance Alan McAllen. Bosttck. Krtstt Houston, . Bourek. Shane Rechardson, TX Bowen. Phyllxs Tomball. TX Bower, Tract Dallas. TX Bowlmg, Chuck Alum TX Boyd, Brent Houaton. TX Boyd, Davtd Qurtrnan, TX Boyd, James L Boerne. TX TX TX Boyle, Robert JUB-1 Ind City. Sou Ar Bradbury. Jtm D Garland. TX Bradden, Lrsa Pasadena, TX Bradford. Davtd R. Rtchardson TX Bradrlch, Reno Kaufman, TX Braune. Amy Boerne, TX Bravenec. Gene A Jr Stone Mountain, GA Braye, Barbra San Antonto TX Breedlove, Devan College Statvon, TX Brendalen. Todd Glvdrnore, TX Brennan, Brtdget Austtn TX Brenz, Frederxck A San Antonto, TX Brxdges, Rocky Quntrnan. TX Brtnker. Mtke Carrollton TX Button, Paul D Burlrburnett. TX Broderuck, Kathrme Houston TX Brogdon, Duane Houston TX Brooks. Carla Houston. TX Brooks, Suzanne Houston, TX Brown, Bryant Dayton TX Brown, Came C Temple, TX Brown, Davtd Dallas TX Brown, Dma E Enms TX Broum, Douglas T Houaton, TX Brown, Glyms Bryan TX Brown. John Hardy Rzchardson TX Brown, Ktmberlle Mena, TX Brown, Laura Roclrutall TX Brown, Patrlck Tornball, TX Brown, Russell Vaughn San Antoma TX Brown. Todd Fort Worth TX Brawntng, Camtlle Brownlng, Mark Beaumont. TX Broze, Cxndy Texas Cvty, TX Brubaker. Mary Humble, TX Bruer, Randa Austm. TX Brumlleld. Loyd Beaumont, TX Brunkenhoeler, Brett Corpus Chrtstr, TX Brunson. Cara Luflrm TX Brusenhan, John Vtctorva. TX Bryan. Ernc Plano. TX Buchanan Dan1elM Beaumont TX CO Buchanan. J Kyle Englewood Buchanan. Kevm M West Colurnbra TX Buck Suzanne Bryan TX Budmck, Sharon Bellwlle, TX Buergler Kellye Fort Srmth. AK Buffs Eltzabeth Cheryl Bedford TX Bugac. Tony College Statvon, TX Bugnoch, Stanley Hallettsutlle TX Bullard. Cyndt Houston TX Bullen. Jeffrey E San Angelo, TX Burch. Dawn Crowley TX Burlzs. Becky Belton TX Burnham, Bryn Plano TX Burns, Karen Dallaa TX Busbee. Andrew Tyler TX Busch. Make Plano TX Buscha Kay Sdn Marcos TX Batcnro Benlarnln M Longweu, TX Byars Debate Houston. TX Bywaters Kenneth W Dallas TX fhballero. Sandy Houston TX Cadena, Nancy .San Antonvo TX Cadenhead, Jeff Brazorta, TX fhldarola. Deblzue Cedar Park TX Caldwell, Cory Lenexa KS Caldwell, Jay Conroe TX Qtldwell. Otto Waco TX Callahan, Chrtstopher S Bedford TX Campbell, Carmen Seabrook, TK Campbell, Ltsa Conroe TX Campbell, Nell A Mtasron. TX Campbell, Steve Escandldo CA Compton, B-nan San Antfmlo TX Canaan, Robert Dallas TX Cangemz, Jenmler Hearne TX Cano. Chrtstl Kllleen TX fbntwell, Qnstance Baeuulle TZ Caraa1al,Cathe1trveM Hlrhordvfn Tl Qrfyll Dorothy E Houztor. TX Carlson, E lance Houston TZ Qrlwn, Lxsa Jean Bryan TX Carlson. Ltsa L Bartlett TX Carnes, Luxe M Duncanullle TX Qtr. Arfte Arlmgron TZ Carroll, Julxe Houston TZ Carroll. Rtchard Garland, TX Carter. Kaye Ft Worth TX Carter, Mxchael Scott Houghton TZ 652 Sophomores CRES T V TW -feve 1 . --XVV W' ' . w-,-f,1,gf4,.,- , ' off 57' 1 77 t. l in .4 4 ff' V, ' Y A ', ,, . 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TX Cashion, Trrn Lake Jackson TX Castagnos, Sharm Mederland TX Castaneda, Carlo Mercedes, TX Castlellanos, Lurs G San Anzonuo TX Castro, Edgar Houston, TX Castro, G Enzabeth Wharton TX Caughey, Barbara San Anronra, TX Cavanaugh, Angela Harkor Herghts TX Cavutt, Susan A Harker Herghts, TX Caylor, Jrm Tyler, TX Cepeda, Sylvxa Houston TX Cervenka, Carole M Rvesel TX Chambers, Derek Portland TX Chandlramam Mahesa Dallas TX Chandler, James Anthony .San Anron Chandra, James Houston TX Chapa, Dulcrnea G Lakewood CO Chapp, Sher: College Sratvon TX Chema, Derdra Houston TX Chesak, Dara Drckvnson TX Chrckernng, Cathy Houston TX Chrlclers, Angela Jrll Dallas TX Chrldress, Lynley College Slatron TX Chrles, Georgra Sugar Land TX Chrrsteson, Gall L Laurel MD Chu, Grace Plano TX Chvatal, James M Sprmg TX Chvatal. Jan Sprung TX Clark, Lisa Garland TX Clark, R Davrd Dallas TX Clark, Russell Fon Worth, TX Clarke, Hayes Houston TX Clarkson, Todd Sprrng TX Clrfton, Krmberll Austin TX 000000000 32222555557 mmm-9f3,5rtom ass,--QRS? ,-71:-mZ"igo C2?r5E'3'3'5 231W2iL?0 Cu EEwv-g V. :QU 'D'-DE ii? QGBHQ 353 13355 .gg 1.2550 wx aggga A L, Q4 ana bc E-..'o O, 4, .ZILIQQ 74 A K 9 Fish Camp Counselors set an example of how to have fun for the incoming freshmen. Rurhu 1 oTX Sophomores 653 SOPHO ORES Cohea, Cathy Garland. Colborn, Lxsa Fort Worth. Cole, Alan Denton. Cole. Allen College Stanon. Coleman, Carol Hotston. Coleman. Paul J El Paso. Collms, Bo Plano. Collrns, Larry Beaumont. Collms, Lxsa Ruchardson. Collmns, Todd Tyler. Calwell, Angela Lynn Texarkana. Cone. Demse Kay Houston. Conley. Judy Houston. Connell, John Sugarland. Conner, Kelly San Anromo. Conrad, Floyd Corpus Chrtstx. Conway, Damel Hampton. Cook, Paul Pasadena. Cook, Steven Copperos Cave. Cooksey, F Lee Plano. Cooper, Chrrstrne Ruchardson. Cooper. Jenmfer Houston, Cooper, Marylrn Jourdanton. Coots, Trmothy Houston. Cope, Everton Buckley San Mazlno. Corcoran. Maureen Sprung. TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX VA TX TX TX TX TX TX TX CA TX Corleto-Mena, Claudxa Son Salvador, El Salu Corman. Lxsa Kaye Eagle Lake. Cornehl, Karen Houston, Corporron, Dxane C, Houston. Comgan, Michael Houston, Costa, Kelly Houston. Cotropla, Kxmla Hearne. Cotton, Tammy The Colony. Cougot, Gayle Hunrsvrlle. Couvxllon, Amy Houston. Cowart. Regtna Bryan. Cox, F Annette Houston. Cox, Mrchael Houston. Crafton, Stacey Aluord. Craxg, Jrm Houston. Crargheacl, Randal San Antonno. Cranshaw, Jack Dallas. Crawford, Chad L Rockwell. Crawford, Debbre Dallas. Crawford, Susan lrumg. Crenwelge, Keuth Frederucksburg. Crenwelge, Krrs Katy. Crews, Raymond Parkersburg. Crrsman, Rohm Houston. Crockett, Denrse Kmgwood. Croker, Shane Gumhy Llano. Crouch, Joe San Antomo. Crump, Mark Humble. Cruse, Wxlluam Carltsle Barracks. Cruz, Phrllrs W Dallas. Culbertson. Jennrfer Arlmgton. Cullen, Edward Kmgwood. Cummlngs, Colleen Unruersal Crty Cunningham, Came R College Stanon. Cunmngham, Diana Palestme. Cunnmgham, Ken Shreveport. Cunnmgham, Steven G Rrchardson Cunov. Kellle San Antomo, Currence, Dale For! Worth. Curtrs. Glen A Houston. Curtis, Groves Dallas. Cuzzx, Ursula Houston, Daggett, Melmda Fort Worth Daggett, Susan Dallas. Daggett, Todd Denton. Daxly, Greg Austln Dalton, Rrchard Argyle. Damm, James R Carrollton Danchalt. Cxndy L College Slarron Danchak, Randy College Stataon Dangler, Rrchard San Anromo Damel, Becky Houston Danz. Ruth A San Antomo Dark, Sheri Lynne Lrberty Darnell, Kim Cypress. Dastur, Andy Houston Davxdson, Donald Houston Davrdson, Rnchard Reklaw. Davis. Budget Rlchland. Dams, Cheryl Y Lake Jackson Davts, Cxndy Ann Mesqurto Davus. Melanie Rrchardwn Davts, Mackey Abrlene. Davn, Rona Fort Worth Da-fn, Roy B Houston Davis, Sandra Qllege Stahon Da-ns, Susan Pearland Davna, Vaughn E Ueume Davls, Wyatt L Longurew, Day, Kendra r'-tobslown, Dean, larry Svmonmn Dean, Sher: Palestrne, Deasan, Charles G IV .San Antonio Decasper. Lolyn Rene Ftockwall Decet, Dennsrs Houston Deegan, Mary Portland Dehart, Klmberly A Pearland Deleery, Pam -Spnng. TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX WV TX TX TX TX TX PA TX TX TX TX TX TX LA TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX WA TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX Delennard, Richard Erlc Kuna. ID Delos, Carlos Santos Ill Hurkee llerqhts. Dempsey, James Abllenf: Denlsw, Michael San Antomo. 654 Sophomores TX TX TX ' Y" . . ' A ::,..4. 55,71 , 4 I .H .M L- , ,.-P H- '- ' " ' ' ' li' ' A 41.5 , , V ag l' ' 4 I ffhpfyzf ,2 1 f . . FW f ff vi? - .ze ' . A If f' Q .- f Z W' ff, V ...ff s , -- .V 4 , f f 7 f T, lt'h-. 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Guy Plano TX Dieterle, Lisa San Antonio TX Dill, Vicki Austin TX Dillon, Diane Temple TX Dinhoble, Dan Kingwood TX Dinwiddie, David R Richardson, TX Dix, Renee Abilene TX Doan, Christopher Boerne, TX Dockens, Sally Livingston, TX Dodgen, Ken Dallas, TX Doxron, Dwayne Lalayerre LA Doxron, Michael J E Walpole MA Dolenz, Beverly Fort Worth TX Dombrowsky, Stuart San Antonio TX Dominguez, Julie Port Louaca, TX Dorsey, Brad Richardson TX Douglas, Curtis Arlington, TX Douthltt. Allen Houston, TX Dowdy, Kenny Wichita Falls TX Dozler. Donna Hotston. TX Drake, Jeanine Arlington TX Drake, Sandra Ashdoun AR Draper, Cheryl Odessa, TX Drastata, Diane Cypress, TX Drees. Becky Ft Wayne IN Drees, Beth Ft Wayne IN Drlskill, Kevin San Antonio, TX Drone, Melinda Houston, TX Dryden, Cathy 'rbrkrou-n XA Dryden, Warren Yorktown, Wi Dufour, David M Houston, TX Duke, Rusty College Station TX Dunaway, Alan Richardson TX Dunbar, Adrienne San Antonio. TX Dungan, Tim Houston. TX Dunlap, Angela R Longmeuu TX Dunlap, Stephanie Lexington, TX .. fe :H 'fl Sophomores 655 62 Life STUDENTS PL LL- ITE Nine hours of carnival booths and contests fill the MSC. icking up on Texas's 150th birthday, the Memorial Stu- dent Center All Nite Fair com- mittee followed the Texas Sesquicenten- nial theme for the 1Oth annual All INHte Fair held March 8 in the Memorial Student Center. Nine hours of fun and games filled the MSC as over 60 various campus-wide clubs participated in carnival booths, con- tests and other events. Students pur- chased tickets to be used for the games or booths of their choice. All proceeds of the Fair went back into the MSC and partici- pating organizations. In following the Texas Sesquicentennial theme, booths such as the Longhorn Toss, hayrides, a BBQ cafe and even country dancing were available for the students. The Fair featured the Executives, I-Tex, and Bobolinks as the live bands for danc- ing. "I thought the theme was a little lack- ing," said senior Tom Ownbey, "but there was a lot of energy in the booths and par- ticipants and that made it enjoyable for the participants." Commenting on the type of booths at the Fair, junior Kevin Whelton said, "It was neat. Each organization had a booth that fit their group. IEEE had a floppy disk throw, Horticulture had a bean toss for plants. Nothing was generic." Other booths at the Fair included a case area sponsored by the Corps of Cadets in which you could have a friend captured and put in the case. Also, APO sponsored a back massage booth and an Agriculture group had a remote control tractor that participants drove through a maze. This energy seemed to fill the entire student center from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. as students participated in the fun and games of the Fair. "It was all fun! People were having a good time," said Whelton. "I played black jack all night and lost all my money and I still enjoyed it." By Lisa Kastensmidt SGPHOMORES Dunn, R Staart. Daiias, Durham, Rod. Houston Eagan, Euzaz-etn. E. Pro Eage. Ted, Daflas Earnest, Jarnte Allxson. Kfezn Earthrnan. Lannre Houston Eat:n, Katnerme. Sertrane Ebenhacet Phelan 51 1 Hallam Cnty Eci-Aermann. Emzlg' Houston Ecard. Stephan M. Houston Eamanison. Adtran W Manetra Edwards. Amy: Freeport Eawaras Jenmier, L'n::-srsai Czry Edwards. Melame: Rosenberg Edwards. Shawn M , Palestme Ecnatst. Chnstopher J , Abriene Exam. Htchelle. Houston Etkms. Heian:-2, Bfoomvnglon Elitatt. Paul, Grand Sahne Ellzstt Rtchard, Grand Sahne EI!-att. Tma, Cdfege Street Elueli. Patrtcia, Htfo Engue... Darrel. Afbuqaerque Enrzauez Alejandro, Kzrbyu-Ne Ertckson. Camte. Beffwile -rtcrtsih Jonathan, Grand Prazrze Erm, Shea, Beaumont Escabar. Vetumca. Edcooch Espznoza. Isaac. Hoizstow, Esgznoza. Jude V, San ,-'tntonso Esserme. Scott. Dalfas Estes, Margaret, Da!1a5 Estraaa, Cectita. San Antonzo Exams. Kay. Piano Eterimg, Beth. Desoto Ewzrtg, Wrllzam Jt , Corpus Chr:5t: Egharn. Jam Ybrkiotut Facial, Marcena. Waco Fagan. Carrtz. Daiias Fatrchtld. Brock. Hoaston Fa1tas:a Martha Cmage Statmn Farr, Feitcta Grand Prame Farrar Tfornas Bret. Corpus Chrtstt Fazzmc, Joe C, Brgan Feldman, Karla, Hoaszon Fedrnan. Steve L. F1 Worth Fergus-zn. Annve, East Bernard Ferranaez L,d1a E. Eagle Pass Ferns Jeanne . Hcrgrvgen Fetrus Jeanna, Harhngen rfntver Metznda, San ,-'tnronta Fender Marina, Coram :ner Racine, ,Wea Bratmfefs Fsner Krzsnna, Greenwfe Fztch Susan, Dakas Ftzgerad. Se-an. Ft Worth Ftznagr, Hniary, Hoasron Ftzloff. Kr.st., Upiana Fzzpatrzct-1, Pat Ca. ege Stattnn Fascnnaaer Math Houston Fletcher Regna, Auszm Fercrer 'Vera Beswnon: Fit-is 5-1w3.ae. A . Hari-'gen Fi .: Sasa: C Hin taught F:r'1,JaTte Arnrgton Ford Ketth ,Nfasnab Fird Kelly. Aasztn ar: Mary Ann Rtcnarasf-n Fcrewai, Laarte L ubboffr Fzfarar. Sharon ldcvau Foss Jar: Frwrf:isLm,d Eissat. 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I Q -I - N F 6 A O 6 j 1 J tg 5 L 1 ' ,L L ' na- f f -V, P-. 1 . 5 . f , ' I 4 Q. t 'ss 9 3 NN, - A!.w 2 .-if in a ,-r Secret Friends Romance in Dorm Exchanges Receiving a present from an unknown member of the opposite sex can be exciting and romantic. Dorm exchanges provide stu- dents with these experiences throughout the year. In these exchanges resident advisers of different dorms agree to have their residents participate in an exchange. The whole thing is done in secrecy so that no one but the two R.A.s know who's been assigned to whom. Then the exchanging begins. Women give their secret partner everything from candy to hard liquor, and men give everything from candy to hard liquor to skimpy underwear. The exchanges are scheduled around important events such as bonfire, Christmas, Valentine's Day and Easter. On a specified night the two groups get together, and the individuals who have been exchanging gifts finally meet face to face. Sue Krenek, a former resident of Krueger Hall, participated in a Christmas exchange. "lt was interesting because he was really creative," she said. "l'd end up getting really unique things. "For instance, we exchanged gifts several times and one time he gave me a G-string with a Christmas tree on it." Krenek also said it's a good way to meet people. "We fthe residents of the wingl didn't know the people who were our buddies before the exchange but afterwards when we saw them we'd stop and talk," she said. CYS SOPHOMORES Garcxa. Thelma Mercedes. Gardner, Jeff I-Clngwood, Gardner, Slellssa Ot-erton. Garland. Marg. Ellen Plano. Garner, Susan Bartlesl.-flle. Garrett. James Dallas, Garrett, Lara Sprung, Gamson. Rebecca D Texarkana, Garth. Denms Garland. Garver, Beth Houston, Garza. Adalberto Jr Donna. Garza. Andreas O Kllleen. Garza, Melissa Houston. Gatltn. Holly Montgomery, Geddes, Gina Ft Worth. Gehn, Chrnstine M San Anromo, Genette, Amy E. Rxchardson. Gentry. Kayla College Statxon, Gentry. Stephen Conroe, George, Darren K, Duncanurlle, George, Jonathan Dallas, George, Lon Marble Falls, Gerhold, Chris Vuctorua. Germany. Shelley Houston, Getz. Sharllyn Vlctona. Gholson, Mellssa Pecos, Gholston. Craig Plano, Glbbons, John WPAFB. Grbbons. Shelley Houston, Gibbs, Dana Arlmgron, Gibbs, Wallace Splendorn, Gibson, Joseph Bryan, Gxbson. Lea Kvngurood Gxdeon, Ralmund Conroe, Gxll, Jack Donton Glll, Kathryn Houston, Gull, Sandra Lynn Duncanorlie Gllllam. James Kent Meadow. Gillxam. Jennxfer Rrchardson Glazer. Lnsa Houston Glenn, Clifton Paul Hllltop Lakes. Glenn, Paul Davxd Texas Cnty. Gobbl, Mrchael Kmguood. Godfrey, Lesley Early, Godxnxch. Tessa Galveston, Goclwm. Erlka Mane Frvendswood, Goeken. Brnan Keyport Goetzke, Elxzabeth San Antomo. Goff, Lxsa Boerne. Goms. Laurme Dallas, Golden, Glenn Pasadena. Golden. Ltsa A Houston, Goldmg, Lxsa Mesqulte, Goldwrre, Andrla Lakeland. Gonzales. Anastasra Spring, Gonzales, John E Wzcnna Falls. Gonzales. Mlchelle Houston Gonzales, Shelley Deer Park Gonzalez. Fernando J Eagle Pass. Gonzalez, Joan Corpus Chnstz, Goode, Bart L Weslaco G:-odzng. Trarnpas San Marcos, Gfndsby, Wlllmam College Stanon Gspflarth, Rzchard Ft Worth. Garber. Kyle Del Ryo Gordon, Bente Houston Gordon. Laurle Corpus Chrtsn Cnrdon, Scot Eastland, Govella, Cnlbert Jr Houston, Gowen. Da-nd San Antcfmo Gowen Mark Katy Graham, l-llchelle Bryan. Graml. Colette Baytaun, Grant. Jennxfer Waco. Grassx, Margaret Cabot Graves, Barry Mnora, Graves, Mlchael Garland. Greaves, Terr: Longwem. Green, Klrn Henderson Green. Kyle Austvn. Green. Robert Rockwall. Greene. Russell Qllege -Slatvon. Greenwade. Kathryn Hempstead, Greenwald. Thomas Mexrco, Greenwoocl, Lesley Bryant Greer, James fhrpus Chnsn. Gregory, Krusta Houston, Grlbble, Jerry Dallas Grlesel, Andrew Dallas., Gnffm. Hudson W lll Dallas Grlmrn, Lisa .San Antonfo, Grmdstalf. Stacey D Maryurlle. Graff, Shen Los Alamos, Grwms. Debra Lea Orange, Grosch, Mark Austln. Grossman. Kathryn Freer Grover, Guy Portland, Grubbs, Edlth Dallas Gudger, John Llberly Gaerra, Rlchard Houston Gulnn, Karen Humble Gulnn, Renaye Humble Gulon. Kenneth M Katy, Gmamente. Reynaldo San Antomo Gwunn, Patty .Stafford Ha. Hoang .Sugar Land, Habegger, Deanna Houston, Hablmskn, Karen Houston. 658 Sophomores 4 1 ? Eat' 'G 'U HQ, ,I ' sz I . f' Q? I , H xc ' f ll A 'T 1' .5 " ' V L' 4 . ' 1 fn' Y 5' n .. ,QI f ' . -"' 'f 1 ,J at Q -: ,LQ :J 1: """fl' ' 'F G' 2 1 9 ,l 1 ,.,, . U A, A , is r ' F- ' ' . fs H -rr C X '4,P- ,- f - fx C .I hx i4 N 1 1 , 1: t A .4116 g-1, ,llfy l 2 5 ' - ar . 'I A Y. V - "Z - My -f H Q if F 7 ' Q .fl f - , l - - I ' 1, 7 ' ,egg , ' ' fr df ff' 2 , ' 4 ' rl I nfl' Y "" M ,W - .. 2 7 i 2 4. 2,4 iii, . -z V 1 kv 1 N . Q, yy N . ' 1 ,fl A sf" G lt L. ,. . l - l Cf si- 7 W 'V - fa ., - - z Q ,L M We "e xl. r B '-1' fl J 1 f ' 3'- , 1 lkrlx nl ' , . 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TX Hamblen, Brannon Golclltnttane Hamilton, Corey Sour Lake TX Hamilton, Mark Richardson TX Hammack, John Plano TX Hammer, Kyle Houston, TX TX Hampton, Heidi L Austin TX Hampton, William C Ft Worth TX Haney, James Scott Mexia TX Hanln, Cathy Tyler TX Hanson, Brian David Houston TX Hanson, Tod Ft Worth TX Hapman, Gary Danville KY Harbeck, Kristin Rzcharclson, TX Harber, Paul Alan San Antonio TX Harden, Jenna Elgin, TX Harder, Catherine Texarkana. AR Hare, Wilbur Scott Arhngron. TX Haring, Lucy Houston, TX Harkins, David Stewart Houston TX Harlan, Janette Kay The Woodlands TX Harlan, Kim Vrrmrru. TX Harn. Mikal S Hurst TX Hart Hall resident playing frisbee outside his dorm. Sophomores 659 SOPHO Hams. Dan College Statton, TX Hams. Janet Lee Houston, TX Hams. Jlll Shannon Irvtng, TX Hams. Robtn Rotan, TX Hamson. Marylee Houston. TX Harrzson. Ronert Blake Houston, TX Hart. Davtd R Stafford, TX Hart, Steve Hotston, TX Hartman, Muchael Holman, TX Harvey, Donald L Plano, TX Harwell. Scott Sealy. TX Hassler, Rebecca Richardson. TX Hatch, Michael Fort Benmng, GA Hatch, Todd Harmon. TX Hauger, Evelyn Graham, TX Haveman. Carolme C. Houston, TX Hawes. Kent Houston, TX Hawklns, Anthony Austtn, TX Hayden, Ktm Sprtng. TX Hayes, John College Stanon. TX Hayes. Marilyn Fort Worth, TX Hayes, Steven Abrlene, TX Hays, Sean New Braunfels. TX Head. Sheri Ltutng, TX Headley, James Robstown, TX Heaton, Bill Richardson. TX Hechler, Ltsa Baytown. TX Hedleston. Adelle Sllsbee. TX Hefte. Kathryn Corpus Chnsn, TX Hegg. Jeff Plano, TX Hexnz, Dems Untuersal Cnty. TX Heldman, Leslte lrulng, TX Hellums, Chrtssy Calwell, TX Hembree, Make Dumas. TX Henderson, Jenntler P Hunt, TX Henderson, Juhn K Granbury, TX Henderson. Kevtn R Ft Worth, TX Henderson, Lane Sachse. TX Hendnx. Alltson Baytown. TX Hendry, Leslte San Antonlo, TX Hengst, Candy Deer Park. TX Henry, Nm. Alum. TX Hensley. Davtd Uualde, TX Herbold, Scott San Antonio. TX Herbort, Troy Fredertcksburg, TX Herbst, Cltnton Buerne. TX Herklotz, Lxnda Garland, TX Hermes, Verontca A Hallettsutlle. TX Herrelon, Robert Jr San Antonto, TX Hertberg, Davtd Euless, TX Heye, John San Antcmo, TX Hlebert, Gordon Ft Worth, TX Htggtns, Mrchael W Richardson. TX Htgglns. Stephen Scott Port Lnuaca, TX Htghtower. Ethelynn Katy. TX Hull. Becky Mansfteld, TX Htll, Laurie Houston. TX Hlll, Rachel Nederland, TX Htndman, Mtrlam Carol Irulng, TX Hines, Lusa Mssourt Cvty, TX Hlnson, Edwm Graham. TX Hluza. Andrew West Columbta. TX Ho, Ngo T College Station, TX Hoang, Nhat Houston. TX Hodges. Holly Corpus Chrlstt. TX Hodges, John Dallas. TX Hoeper, Vlclvne .San Antonlo TX Hoffman, Karen Laporte. TX Hvgg, Robert Arlzngton, TX Hold. Karen Austtn TX Holland, Danlel R Alvff, TX Holland. Mlchele Mlneral Wells, TX Hfllas f'l'rls Fm wood, TX J. , Y. . g Hollas, Scott Port Lauaca, TX Hallowell, Cathy Waco, TX Holman, Holly Klngulood, TX Holmes, Clara Sprmg, TX Hooper Marte Hale CenLer TX Hcrmberg, Brlan Houston TX Horne, Carol Plalnuleu. TX Horton, Rlch lrvtng TX Hulse Ktrnlzerly Fort Worth TX Huw, Susan Houston TX Hcsztcn Wtlllam Luflnn, TX Hg-Mr: Qvrly College Stanton, TX H ,w.e,l, Kennen Hereford, TX Hcyt fefrnler The Wm-dlands, TX l'l'zaceln Shel Carrollton, TX Hrrclr 'ihamnr'1msttn TX Hsu. Rc H' ' f age Etcltron, TX Hubbard , ,1 'Jw arte TX H-lbw ' Q, ,rg TX Huchbay. Jay Z f , Vw, Tx Hudge' f , ',f,r1 TX Hudson, F r Ty Hull, Sara ., Ty Huffman, Wtlltarr. 'f' - Hufynann, Lawrence Lf Human, IJJ- Hume, Johanna ln Humphries, Charles Qllege Z' , Humphries, Wllltam M Ho. Hundt, laura Walnut CW - Hunt, Matt Lmnf, Hunter, Jon C, Dallr, Hunter, Phllltp Arlmgtm Hurley, Jeff Dallu.: '. Hum, Lisa Katy T.- 660 Sophomores ORES ' H H 1 ,Q 4 ' .14 ', , , V, , 1 44 ' Z , - -124.6 v UZ f , ,T 3 ee. , S as ' lg , 1, 4 f fig' T me 4- e 1 Q :. : I ' H 5 t ' if- ' ,'7'H' rf- Q' I , V . , 1 M! V I ,sv K, . ' H 2 C LI A DLL. . . A K. --.Ha..... 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Mark Shtner TX James, Chandra Houston TX James. Darryl Lynn Houston, TX James, Jennller Dallas TX James. Tracy Comanche TX Janes. Mark Houston, TX Jamk. Tracv Kfngrood TX Jansen. Sandra Dallas TX vlarrell. Julie D Laporte TX Jarvus. Melxsa Longt-:au TX Jasek. Noreen Ann C-flags Starron TX Jaynes, Jeff Waco TX Jefferson. Eric Holman TX Jesus, Ap-nl txt-Mana rx Jenlruns. Jenktns. Jeffrey. Allen Huston TX Shan Lawdu TX Jenmngs. Paul Bold TX Jesse, Stanley Fqsaza TX Jeter, Jay Houston TX Joe, Evelyn l.. lndranafa .VS Joe. Sta John, Arthur W nley Ft Nbrth TX John Mrchael M Sark!-tlrnsrt TX Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson , Burton Kmgttxxxi TX .Connre S Ft llbrtn. TX . Demss In-'ng TX Eddy Hutstan TX Elrzabeth Rue TX . Elrzabeth Homtan TX . Gregory Alan Hcmron TX Heather Houston TX Johnson. Heather Pouxzy tl-R SIR Grand Frame. TX Scphomores 661 SOPHO CRES Kar:-:tus 662 Sophomores Johnsen Jen Sn Anlanqa TX Jornson. Lrse Lsberrv TX Johnsan. Lzsa Elazne Heusrt TX '-:risen Slcnael W Cvpus Cnrstz, TX J::ns:n, Stacy Rzcnardson TX ectnstgn. Joe. Frederzcicsburg X1-X stir. Karer1."ler'cJ DF Hence Jones, Becky Houston. TX Jones. Brad Dallas. TX Janes. Gary College Statton. TX Jones, Karen Bryan. TX Jones. Lergh San Antanta. TX Jordan. Amy Lake Jackson. TX Jordy. Llsa Cypress, TX Jaabran Aftl A Trynalr, Lebanon Joyce, John Rtchardson TX Javce. Krxsten Scott AFB lL Jumper. J Mtchael San Antonla, TX Jung. Donna .San Antanvo, TX Juslca. Mrchael Palm TX Kaderlt. Donna Neu Braunfels, TX Kahanek, Karen Hurst, TX Kananek. Teresa San Anronra TX Kanas. Ktmberly Houston. TX Kane, Kathy Crosby, TX Kane, Parrrcua Ann Cypress. TX Karamanas, Gayle Lubbock. TX xt, Ferdrnand R Jr San Antomc TX Kasrrn, Prayltna Jakarta lndonesta Kasper Anthony Sebastzan TX Kastensmrdt, Mzchael Houston, TX Keath, Travrs Fr Worth, TX Kel.er Stacey L College Statron TX Kelley, Melody Kaye Rockual' TX Kellg Shawn San Anroma TX Kemp Mark A Nea. Orleans LA Kennedy. Kyle Plano, TX Kennedy, Melussa Dallas, TX Kenney, Marg, Ann Spearman, TX Kenneg 5-'lrchaelDaleyArllng1on TX Kerns Audra College Statton. TX Kerr, Sharon Beytoun TX lnlemcrod, Fred Gddsngs, TX Kess.er, Wade Rchardson TX Key Jalxanna L Greensboro. NC Kart: Hendrm College Statron, TX Ktgcre Darren D Rrchardston TX Ktlrner. Pat Dallas TX Kzlpatrrck Andrew Texas Crty TX Kxlty, Meg McAllen. TX Klmchl. Pham Houston, TX Kang, Brett Ft Stocktun TX mg. UMW? B Temple TX K.n3, John E Longuveu TX K:'3 K.rk,ar W San Antanfo TX Kmg RanfJo.pl'. Kgte Dalai TX Klng. Robert Stan-vjord, CT Klrnnarr, Wlllzam Dallas TX K.stner H:rx D Son Anronro TX Klszety. Sharon Dallas TX Kltterrnan Donna Mamet TX Kttzman Oliver S Jr Brookshrre TX Kremer Shlrley Lagrange TX Klehege Eustacta Shu-ner. TX Klezn. Clark: Kerrv-lle TX Knecht Hyland S Houston TX Knesnern Kevm BAFB. LA Knowlton Amanda Waco TX Knowltor Bradley S Dallas TX Knox Tammy CrocPett TX Kocurer. Lora Wallts TX Kolb, Sandra Deer Park, TX Komar Karen Marlm, TX Konesheck. Carrm Sealy TX Kopp, Danlelle Houston, TX Korenek Laura A Houston TX Korneg-dy Dean H Cypress TX Kornhzff Raymond M Houston TX Kosr Klrnberly Pjlugemlle TX Kothrnarn Cnrlstxne Uuallde TX Kozat Paula Conroe TX Kramer Ann Dallas TX Kramer E Cnc.: Lvtchfleld Par? AZ Kreme Mary Weatherford TX Krenev Sue Deer Park TX Kroescne Karen Son Anlomo TX Krueger Davao' Hauasota TX Kruse Kathryn Brenham TX Kubln Julre Ennts TX Kunze Karen College .Statton TX Kvaprl Don Brenham TX lzohart Trloa Garland TX Qtry Damel Term Ctty TZ uri: Sana Amafllla TX bllferly Katny Dallas TZ lyxlttte Matmda Channeluteu. TZ lllomame Elalne Houston TZ Lamb Cnarlle Spnng, TX Lancaster Scotr Wlnters, Tl blnlear, Lam Port Lauaca TX Langleld, Melsxsa Llhants TX Langford Leslre Cortland TZ Langston, Gregory Joel Arn TX Langston Pamela Qzn Antonlo TZ laura, Ruben Tempe TX Larrofz, llmcrorra Dallas TX Larson, Stephanre McAllen TZ Lasater, Jeff Fr Worth TX , at ' if F. l . " lei - N S U V Y , ,..., . a K 4 ' 1 TLT A-'TV x' F A ta -. f- M -s I .gp 2- - XL I T jg - f 4 xx lf lx I jf ,l 1 xr Ll 'fr v Y L A f 1 , 47" .N 3 6, Q 1- . xxv . N f ' -I f J l , l W " . s - ' ' - , 54 f " 17 I C' :T 4, 4 6' '- 'Y 2 gg. . ., X A I , ' lf? ' l Y' -J "'- ' A J . ffnvfu K If P' '-'ft lx . TT? ' "7-?f' 1 -. Q ': ,W ,,. .9 Q Q g 4 .1 l -tl 'L 1 ' X' 5" ' ' . V' v f Eff! X T 1 M 555 5: V f .J . , we 4 Q., - " Y Y ' .. L, sz v ' 95 A 1 V , L Q ' ' ll f. , Y 1. 7 M at ,S- r L M ' Ana" 'asc Qvf' " gt A - ' ,7 2- L' L, - ' H' 3 ' N l 5' "' 4 9 J r . wig, N1 ' Af 'O 'W' . 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Karer Holman TX Lebeutulher Parricza Hebles Tf'f Lebkowsky, Bmby .Nfnrz TX Lee, Dawn Warren, TX Lee, Kathy Humton. TX Lee. Helly Cause TX Leeson. Jay Garrett Dallas TX Lehrer, Robert Abilene, TX Leigh. Scott Conroe TX Letssner. Glenn Baytoun TX Lezssner, Gregg L Victoria TPI Lemon, Lenya San Antonio TX Lennon, Todd L Lake Ksotm TX Lenz, Paul Arlington TX Leonard, Molly .San Anzonso Th Leslie. Tirnme Orlando FL Leuschner. Paige Henderson TX Lewis, Diane Argyle. TX Lewis, Michael Steven Dadm TX Lewis, Pam Da'Jt1s, TX Lewis. W Scott San Anromo TX Libby. Michael College Station TX Lleshoff, William Edmonton Alba Liles, Rob Bedford TX no C,-LN' it .3 u 1' ,. G gc' QA RT L X Gr Ga f rf' an ff 'Q : . L .x ' ' xx ,g.,--, 5556? ' , f -41'1 L'-. .Sl '1' 0 " 4 F :N 'r r . ' .gm ' L ' - 1 W N x 1 Y I U Ny , " 4' ' , - 'T J ,,f 5- ' in , V ,., , Q it fmt. I .x . N' 'P' ' t A .1 L T Q Q. - - V Q d r M C' . Q 2 7- X -0 4 Q " ' 1 3 . A 1 ,, .- 1 4- 'W -1. 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Kimberly: Duncanutlle, Losgon, Mela Louden, Jonathan: Abilene. Lovelace, Larry, Harmon, Lowry, Charles, Garland, Lowry, PatrlciaL Bryan. Lukshin, Keith, Austin, Lumpkin. Terri, Bryan. Luna, Felipe: Woodlands. Lunsford, Kevin, Penryn. Lurry, Gordon, Weatherford, Lusk, Diana, College Station, Lusk, Kerri, Bowie, Luttrell, Matt, Waco, Lydahl, Kristin, Killeen, Lyle, Madison, Ralls, Lyles. Juli, Tyler. Lyness, Timl Joshua. Lyssy, Michael, Stone Mountain, Maha, Tracey, San Antonra, Mal-towski, Debra, Garland. Mallery, Dyan, The Woodlands, Mallory, Charles Scott, Huntsville, Maner, Stacey, Mineral Wells, Maness, Kim, Houston, Maness, Maurice, Unvuersal City, Manley, Jody Kay, Dallas. Mannina, Susan, Houston, Manning, Charlotte A , South Houston, Manning, Vivian, Port Neches. Maple. Nancy, New Martinsville. Marin, Mary Lee, Bryan. Marisela. Moreno, Pasadena. Mariska, Mark, San Antone, Marquardt, Randy John, Kewaskum, Marrs, Caraline1 Houston, Mars, Jeff: Dallas, Marshall, Kevin Robert: Arlington, Marshall, M. J., Bryan. Marshall. Patrick. Alexandria. Marshall, Robert H., Salem Marshall, William Wesley. Portland, Martin. David, Carrollton, Martin, Kathy, Spring. Martin, Patti, Austin. Martin, Sandra, Junction, Martin, Stacey C , Cypress. Martinak, Teresa, Victoria. Martinez. Adriana. McAllen Martinez. Daniel, Santa Fe. Martinez. Jesse, San Antonio Martinez, Marlo R., San Antonio Martinez. Robert, Austin. Mast, Christapherp Shreveport. Mason, Curtis, Houston Mason, David, San Antonio. Matava, Vxckig Houston Mathews, Shelley, Lumberton, Mathieu, Monica R , Dallas, Mathieu. Vicki, Houston Matis, Marianne, College Station Matsumoto, Kay, Missouri City Matsumoto, Nancy Lei, Honolulu, TX Matthews, WB , Melia Mattingly, Michelle, Beaumont Matya, Jennifer, Dallas Mau, Bryan, Boerne Mauermanri, Mary Jog Conroe Mauldm, Lisa, Houston May, C Yvette, Riviera May, Carol Allison, Riviera. May, Laura, Ft Worth May, Robin, Damgerfield Mayberry, Ronald, Pittsburgh Mayer, Margotl Houston Mayfield, James H , Plano Mayo, Jeanieg Waxahachte McAdams, Shannon L , Lake Jackson Mclfindrew, Chris, Spring McArthur, Amy, Spring McCaslin, Katherine V, Houston Mcflleary, James, Lewtsuvlle McClintwk, Cathleen, Ft Worth McClung, Spencer A Jr, Denton McQrmaclr, Sharon. Houston McQrrruck, Ann, -San Anwmo Mcfbrmrdr, Frankie, Dentnn Mcfnrmiclr, Patti, Plano, McCoy, Michael S , Langley AFB, Mcffry, William T, Langl, AFB, McCravy. Dewey, Dallas McCuirtvm, Scott, Houston McCullum, Vrmollen, Planus McDaniel, John. 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'.-'.' , 'gli'-Q 'Su QQT3 -. inks, ma :fvyany ,. :-Mitzi ',.-- 5 . tix,:n'.:-Q,-.H Apartheid ' A growing concern at A8clVl Apartheid was a word little known to students at Texas A8zM a year ago. But since then a student group, Students Against Apart- heid, raised awareness ofthe word that meant segregation of races and political and economic discrimination against non-Europeon groups in the Republic of South Africa. Other universities had these organizations long before A8zM did, but for such a conversa- tive school, A8rM wasn't far behind. During the past school year the group made some progress toward awareness at A8zM with two protest marches. one on Anti- Apartheid Day in October and another on national Divestment Day in April and two fund-raising concerts at Dr. G's. By raising awareness of what was happening in South Africa, the group hoped the A8rM Board of Regents would divest the 32.95 million the University had invested in companies doing business with South Africa. The Board of Regents said it wasn't their job to make decisions on moral issues while the student group said apartheid was wrong and they didn't want their University to support companies that supported it. By Molly Pepper Sophomores oo ll 'x .JA .N ,. .1 NA .If J' 3' s '-b 1"' ,JF v hjg' 5, : Z fo-x , X If SGPHGMORES McDonald. Pete Bloomfield Hills, McDowell, David Hotston. McElroy, Kim Desoto. McGarvey, Lisa Hotston, McGrnn. Martha San Antonio, McGirLness. Berne Sprmg. McHenry, Gregory Bedford, McHugh. Anne F Houston, Mclntosh, Lulie Ausnn. McKay, Keith Longurew, McKelvy. Beverly Lujkin, McKinley. Michelle Tornball, McKinney, Tamara L, Troup, McLellan, Stacey Sherman. McMichael, Melide Dekalb. McMurray, Deborah Midlothian, McNiel, Lawrence Kyle ll McKinney, McRae, Allison Houston. McWhirter. Kelles Baytown, Meador, Gary Conroe, Meadows. Judlyn Houston. Medina, Gilberto San Antonio. Medina, Yvonne San Antonio, Medley. Monty San Perlnta, Metnardus, Lisa G. Fayetteville, Meisels. Richard A. Dallas. Meister. Jimmy Austin, Melcher. Kelly Grddings. Melton, Lynette D. Houston, Mendoza, David Beaumont, Meserole. Janeen Dallas. Messner. 'Una Virgina Beach, Metcalf, Mark Allen Dripping Springs. Mewhrrter, Erin lruing, Meyers, Mike College Station. Migliore, Andrew Los Altos, Mikulencak, Mandy Granger. Millard. DAn Bryan. Miller. Cynthia Houston, Miller. Darrell W, Sherman, Miller. Jeff Houston, Miller. Karen Katy, Miller, Kyle San Antonio, Miller. Michael A, Spring, Miller. Stacey Dallas. Miller. Troy David Richardson, Millman. Lisa Houston, Mills. Rxchard W Jr. Flaraullle, Mrnter. Elizabeth A, lrumg. Minor, Carolyn Corpus Christi. Minor, Kathy Dallas. Mitchell, Sara Dallas, Mrtchell. Thomas Dyer lll Houston. Mixon. Leslie Dann Ft Worth, Moehlman, Scott Yoakurn, Moerbe, Laura B Dallas, Monica, Ruth Yandell Ft, Worth, Monk, Melrssa M Richardson, Montalvo, Michelle McAllen. Montelongo. Matthew Donna, Montz, Teresa Fnendswood, Moore, C Douglas Richardson, Moore, Collin R. Westminster. Moore. Curt El Paso, Moore, Joseph Lee San Antonio, Moore, Julie Fort Worth. Moore, Marbert G. lll Georgetown. Moore, Melody C Roanoke, Mora, Gerardo Galveston, Moran, Michael Houston. Moreno, Jose Bzytown, Moreno, Luis Houston, Moreno, Raul Jr San Antonio, Morgan, Deanna Plarnuiew. Morgan, Kimberly Lufkin. Morgan, Randall Midland. Moro. Bari Alvin. Morris. Dallas Houston, Morris. L P San Antonio, Morris, Lon Stafford, Morrts. Steven Houston, Momwn, Beth Houston, Morrison, Christopher San Antonio. Morrison, Timothy S Austin, Morse, Susan A Sherman, Morton, Beth Frtendswood, Morton, John Marshall, Morton, Kimberly Houston, Mott, Phil Waco, Moustala, Halah S New Orleans. Mouton. Joel Houston. Muckleroy, J Gage Austun, Mueck. Denise Houston, Mueller, Russell Houston, Muldrow, Grady Brownfield. Mullally, Jeanie Huffman. Mullenweg, Lynn Mcharriwrl, Muller, Rachel Houston. Mulligan. Theresa Dayton, Mullins, Wllltarn P Httaburg. Munn, Sandra Rochester Hills, Munster. Chrlstel Dallas, Murdxk, John P lll Magnolia, Murillo. Lisa Sprung, Murphy, fblleen Dallas, Murray. Anne Houston, Murray, Darrel Ft Worth. Muschalek, John R. New Braunfels, 666 Sophomores A , 3 . I V ,lf , 1 1 3 ' f "' ', H C' 4' ' 'S ,9 ' s ., A' 5 ' Ar .N ' "' A ' Me 1. 1 may . yyllly , , it J .ff t as A A a rrrr r ' A H 1 ., : 5. tv." '., ' ' Q . L: ' . er ' :4 i Q9 1, K A . ,, 'V "' 5 f ,, ,, """ f if , l, i,-z iota L gl V r A I 3 ,A is '11 I "Q p J 5 425 M ft , I Z., , G n' A +A- t ' "ef er- 1 P-ff ' Af 'Y fx A -H lfitq- I V? l X 9 I gf f 5 llaltixlfm'ltlmltitr . K r A.. ' . A f-,. ,Q t- AA r 1 , me A, ,agar aww , ., ,, ,N F 2 ,. - . I .. Lf G , J . 'Q 'Z Y f fr V . r,"'::? ,S ' eff., If l 'ef' '91 , 'CLK - 'A ' Q' 9 x - ' 5-71 ' I f M Ax 1. 'I-,. 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Donna Tmup TX Neal. Dan Coflege Sranon TX Neathery. Charles Mxller BMT TX Nelson, Mary Homron TX Nelson. Mxchael Jan Lorgrar. TX Nelson. Rox Scott Hr! TX Nester. Carol D Hans TX Neubauer. Ellsabelh Comm Cnrsr TX Nevubrough. Mxlea .'5lal.:nd TX' Newcomer. Randx Huston T.X Newsom. Susan K Lfkzf TX Nguxen. Ynnh Sm.. OH Nlfhvls, l'l0'.x 5r..:" TX Nxccletre. Dabsmh Harp TX Nxmmo. Kellx L Hopsfg-r' TX Nvtsche. Larrx Sz" -Kwan: TX N:x Yzckl Tas' TX Noak. 'Darren Hrxszqf TX Norman Brenda is age Sars- TX Norman. Siaphanza A D: is TX' Norrzd, Davzd Camo :sf TX Nunn .' Sf ha". 6 TX Nan Sas.::1F: Rane' -XL O Erlcr. James E Cs age S:g:-:- TX 0'Er:an. Sean Sri -'lnzs' 3 TX Ofonnor Comme Do. .5 TX Oahler, Dana ixe"1'."a TX Ogg. James M Yost-" TX O'l'iaaf'iee. Perm Q.: Far.: TX Olaxarrxeta. Pa: D.: 5 TX Olmerr. Joe Cdege 5:.::s1 'X Olson. John A' ngon TX Olsson. lilrsten S' -lnrcmo TX Onckez. Robert Herb" TX Orr. Heath Hoosier TX Osborne, Judy F.:n".:'.:e TX Sophomores 66 SOPHO ORES Osborne. Yrrgxnza B Lcr'g1':ea- TX Ostrauslu. Sandra Hcuszon. TX Oxerbaugh. Ruth Houston TX Owens, Karen Lentxsulle TX Owens, Kenneth Sprung. TX Padrlla. Marcell S College Stanan. TX Pahde. Angie Cypress. TX Palermo. Damon Texas City. TX Palermo. Damon Texas City. TX Parmeton. Dan-nd Seabrook. TX Pannett. Robert Houston. TX Park. Davxd G Don H:lls Ont Canada Parr-thouse. Hrchael Kchardson. TX Parr, Allan Houston. TX Parr, Aysel Buerne TX Parr. Stacey Lake Jaclcsan. TX Parrerr. Stephanre Argyle TX Parsons. Amy Ausnn. TX Parsons. Carol Plano TX Parsons, Stephen Burke. V24 Paschetag. Mary Garland. TX Pate. Joan Mane Dallas. TX Pate. Sara College Stanon. TX Patel. Mana K Houston. TX Patrerno. P J Houston. TX Patterson. Joe Smrthurlle. TX Party. Mona Houston TX Paulk. Telaya Pearland. TX Pavhk. Budget Houston. TX Payne. Ange Lubbock. TX Peatcy, Charlene San Anzanzo. TX Pearson. Andrea Elgm. TX Pearson. Jenntfer Arnanlla. TX Peck, Jahn Stephen Dallas. TX Peck. Stephanre Plano. TX Petnado. Frank El Paso. TX Pellenn, Mary M Houston. TX Penaloza. Dame! Houston. TX Pence. Penny Corpus Chrsn, TX Penshorn. Robert San Anroruo TX Pepper, Roanna B Georgetown. TX Perc1lul. Karen E. Port Arthur TX Perez. A Mnchelle Talry TX Perez. Baltasar Houston. TX Perlltz. Mary Stkbee TX Peterman. Mark Ardmore. OK Peters. Jodle Dallas. TX Peters. Rebecca Round Rock. TX Peterson. John Houston. TX Petty, Russ Nolan. TX Pettyjohn, Jenrufer Richardson. TX Peveler. Laualrce Abzlene. TX Pfetl. Richard Refugm. TX Phelps, Mary F San Anzonro. TX Phelps, Windi Sour Lake. TX Phrlltps. John Davrd Rrchardson. TX Phxllxps, Lame San Antonro. TX Phtlltps. Mellssa Houston, TX Phtlpot. Valerxe E Sprrng. TX Pickens. Melissa Palge Kyle. TX PWeran. Pamela R Wrduta Falls. TX Pierce. Jana Hardm TX Piersall, Jay Houston. TX Plersall, Jxll Matte Hauslan. TX Prner. Marlon New Orleans. LA Wnson. Marcxa Harker HerghLs. TX Ptrkle. Paul College Slatton. TX Wshon. Stacy San Anlomo, TX Ptttman. Kathy Curland. TX Wvonlna, Janrce Bryan, TX Pxzzo. Kxm Houston. TX Plame. Andrea Osllege Smnon, TX Platt. Neal Harmon TX Platz, Olrver W Germany Paw. ony san Anloruo TX Ploch. John Flaresurlle. TX Puff. Ktm Houslon. TX Pvyeba, Laurx Houswn. TX Poll. Phlhp Houston TX Pope. Jason K La Rue, TX Pope Robert Alan Cllg Alberta, Cana Porche. John flrrpus Chrstu. TX Porter, Gregg Orange TX Porter, l..nda C HousLon, TX Pmas, Franmne M Oar-pus Chrrstr. TX Posey. Patrxck Temple. TX Pmtma, Pem Cypress. TX Paxton. Holly Hllbbord. TX PvweU. Angela Demse Parkersburg. WV Pc-well. Brett Walnut Sprmgs TX Powell. Deborah Houston, TX Powers. Anthony Sun Angelo. TX Prasvfka. Donna Hutchms, TX Prlce, Taid W Fhdmarclsofl, TX Prnce. Tracy Houswn. TX Prtnce. Keuha Rtrjrardson. TX Pmbn, Chrtme Arm O71 Sprung, TX Prosch, Amy Houston. TX Prmsm, John Rui'-ardwn. TX Purmtan, Davrd Rxdmardxon, TX Quade, Jrmrrue Lubbock TX Qumlamlla, Belle Hebbmnuulle. TX Rabun. Laura Menard TX Radclrffe, Lynne Callege Suman. TX Rafferty, Laura Hmm TX Rams. Davld Clarhwulle. TX Ralston, Defwood League Crty. TX Ramey, Carl A Aman. TX 668 Sophomores ' ,Z-0, T: N 1, ' . ' Ez A .at 1. k .. ' T Q A ,Ve er X V 1 . ' H ' if A l 7 7 ' L -A f X' , 1 ,.., T mv" ' T1 'f"" "" A , A x T. .-,-1 , A gc- A' I VS . Q I ' .T ' l K V - g l V l K I A l -,ml Y W H1 ' . -....7.., l ,s s , A 5 T3 , V , ' A r 'r' -2191 T1 j T. r M J., I Q. A T - ll -A . , r rl X -. : 1. 'G ll L5 - H A f: L ti: ' it , T: F7 ' ,e te .Q ' , , Af. V a f ' Q " l ' fi 3 'X' V I - M ery .- T' '- r '-x.' ' V I . I ' nv- ,, 'ie ,,I, t-- V v- Tix' I V. X -' .14 N f 'ma '- T 'I A' as f -' 'T + - -Q + T , fs Q. ev ee N 4 r C, 1 1 4 1 ,I 1 'ly .J ', fi l 5 - ' ' '-'Q' Q . lt, .Li Y f :- a T, 43 'T i- yy ' -r " 7 " J' -fl - V' : 'V f ffl A 1-' , s S v f f 21 X, A .1 4' L . ., W , W X 5 ' ' -' W' ,I """-'1""77g V -1 I Fl- If 4-4 I . T .PT T T T Tl lvl TU: J T sy ' ' 1 . T' ' 1 ' ' .f . 2' " let 1 tif' J' , A ,ffgg WC ""' ' "' F" 6' ' ' " 'V' we -' ' - T 3 S. 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Reynolds, John Ft Worth. TX Reynolds, Laura Stafford, TX Rhodes, Amy R Houston. TX Rice, Glenn L Tyler, TX Richards, Elizabeth Houston. TX Richards, Jennifer Waco TX Richardson, Michael Ft Worth, TX Richburg, Brent Plamuiew, TX Richter, Lori Sealy, TX Richter, Terry Houston, TX Rlewe, Andrew Angleton. TX Riggan, Grace Laporte, TX Rinn, Russell S San Antonio. TX Rios, Armandina Eagle Pass. TX Ripper, Natalie Katy TX Rising, Risa Port Arthur, TX Rntch, Mark Houston, TX Some have all the luck finding parking spaces. TX Sophomores 669 SOPHOMGRES 670 Sophomores Rrvera. Rafael Krlleen. Roan, Brran E Beau-ercreek. Robbrns, Alan San Antomo. Roberts, Darby Los Vegas. Roberts, Karen E Baytown. Roberts, Sherla Dallas. Roberts, Stacey Lee Houston. Robrnson, Derrtcl-t Durham. Robrnson, Michael C San Antonro. Rocha, Stephanre Humble. Rockntc, Davrd Nederland. Rodeghrer, Mrchelle Plano. Rodger, George Houston. Rodgers. Kay Houston. Rodrrgues, Alrce P Eagle Pass. Roclrrguez. Crrs Austrn. Rodrtguez, Dantel W Palestrne. Rodrtguez, Donna San Antonro. Rodrrguez, Eduardo Brournsvrlle. Rodrrguez, Lorrarne McAllen. Roclrrguez. Marto San Anromo. Rodrrguez, Rosa E Eagle Pass. Roffall, Make Houston. Rogers, Robert Omaha. Rohrbough, Brrdge! M San Antonro Rohrbough, Stephen M Randolph AFB, Roltrad, Brenda Schulenburg. Romero Janette Irum . . 9 Rane, Denrse Lynne College Statton. Roosma, Mark Falls Church. Roschetzky, Glady Cameron. Ross. Dawn Temple. Rote, Anne College Statron. Roth, Charles Houston. Roth, Chrrstrne Houston. Rother, Mrchelle Houston, Ruzas, Todd Lrttleton. Roznovsky, Beverly Moutton. Rubrecht, Clare E Duncanurlle. Rudy, Jennrlcr Plano. Ruedrxch, Renea Marron. Rugtero, Nancy L Arlrngton. Runkel, Steven Angleton. Runyan, Mark Belton. Rupert, Glenn A Houston. Russell, Davrd Beaumont. Russell, Errcka College Statrgon. Russell, Greg Houston. TX OH TX N Y TX TX TX NC TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX NE TX TX TX TX TX VA TX TX TX TX TX TX C O TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX Russell, Robert St Petersburg, FL Russell, Byron W Corpus Chrtstt. Rutledge, Sara Houston. Rutledge, Tracey Yoakum. Ryan, Megan Mansjteld Ryan, Tract Lrberty. Rydell, Dwayne Beeurlle Saart, Errc A Long Lake Saegert, Chrp College Statron. Saenz. Stacy Houston. Salac, Noel Lrncoln, Saldtvar, Sandra Houston. Saldua. Rebecca Houston. Salrnas, Jose Laredo. Salomon, Felipe Sonttago Pan Samuel, Melrssa Conroe, Sanchez. Davrd Houston Sanchez, Nrck lll .Son Antonvo Sandal, Mrmt Sugarlond, Sanders, Sabrma S Abrlene, Sanders, Tatra Houston Sandoval, Ramona Dallas. Sandoval, Reggae Dallas, Sanguesa, Karen Houston. Santrlnos, Kathy Corpus Chrrstr Santlzo, Juan R Guatemala Guatem Santos, Juan Arlos Houston Sauceda Rrcardo Dallas Savote, Jodt Orange. Sawey, Robert Rrchardson Scamardo, James Bryan. Scarnardo, Luke A Hearne Scarann, Joe Houston Schepps. Ben J Dallas. Schrmmentr, Donna Sprrng. Schmdler, Claudrne -San Antomo Schlaoach, livonne Neo Braunfels Schmrdt, Heather Metarrre. Schmrdt. Lana Marte Houston Schmtdt, Todd Fort Worth Schrrntz, lynn Ann Houston. Schnerder, John T Houston Schoppe, Marten Louise Houston. Schraeder. Danna Dallas, Schroeder, Jay Kvngwmd, Schubert, John Georgetown. Schubert, Thomas Sugurland Schulze, Laurie Valley Mrlls Schuster, Cora Del Rm. Schuster, Sarah L Rtchardmn Scvggtn, James M M .San Antonro Scoper, Krlstln Arlrngton. Scoper, Wendy Arlrngton, Scott, Aolt Ft Hood Scott, David Pearland. Scott, Kenneth H Drckmson. Scott, Klrn Arltngton. Scott, Malin Seabrwr. Sooullofs, Anne'Marle Frterrdswood. Seaberg. Charles E Pacrlrc. 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K Jeffrey Akron OH Senn, Deana Magnolra TX Sentmanal, Jacquelme Conroe TX Serna. Rrchard Sun Anmmo TX Sessom. Jason Mrdland TX Shank. Judith Waxahachm TX Shankar, Sheela Harmon TX Shao, Ann Sugar Land TX Shaw, Bryan Ser-mnola TX Shaw, Erm Beau-nom TX Shaw, Karen Auslm TX Shan, Teresa Dalia TX Sheara, Donald M Jr Ksng-ucod TX Sheffield. Bradley Grupewve TX Shelton, Wrllxam Cxcnzafes TX Shxres, lrxnn D Srmngslme OH Shrvers. Naralxe B Cuflege Slam' TX Short. Daucl Housron TX Short. Kelly Denton TX Shorwell, Trac: Edna TX Shuman. Niall Kan' TX Sllvas. Rene Roman TX Silverman. Ed Awanflo TX Slmank. Brenda Hogsron TX Simmons. Karen L For: Worzh. TX Simmons, Shamn Houston TX Slms. Barry Homton TX Slnclalr. Jeanie Tyler TX Slstnmk, Gayle Bryan, TX Skays, Stephen Troup TX Skinner, Slephame Cyprvx TX Skrabanek. Krmberly Cdiege Srbnon. TX Skrockl. Thomas J Umuevw' Cnty TX Sladecek, Jeffrey Garland, TX Slaughter. John Temple TX Slaughter, William S San Anromo TX Sloan. Sandra Mernell Hocsron. TX Sopho ITIOTCS SGPHOMORES Smalley.. Glorra A , Rtfhardosn. Smalley. Nvcholas. San Antonro, Smalley, Wendy, Rwhardson, Smetns. Jrll, College Statron, Smten. l.ours1 Krlleen. Smrth. Andrea. Houston, Smtth, Audrey. College Starrorr. Smith, Byron M., Houston, Srntth, Chartty. College Staruon. Smrtn, Dawd H., Mrssoun Crry. Smrth. Elrzabeth, Houston. Smtth, George, Jacksboro, Smrth. Gregory, Apo M Smrth, J B, Houston. Smrth, Kathy, Plano. Smrth. Krrsty, Rtchardson. Smtth. Leaneta. Bryan. Smtth. Lrsa: Wrchttu Falls, Smrth. Lrsa, Houston, Smtth, Robert C.: Sumner Smtth, Robert S . College Starran. Smrth, Scott Harrtson, Vrdor, Smrth. Sherrlyn. Grand Pratrte, Smtth, Shrrley. Arlrngton. Smtrh, Tma M , Crockett, Smlthmck, Mttchell, McKrnney, Snell. John, Waco, Snowden. Jonathan, Leesurlle. Snyder, Beth Ann, York, Snyder, Charles W Jr. Marshall, Snyder. Kay C. Houston, Soldovere, Gma, Rockurlle Solomon, Krtstm. Houston. Sopko, Steven, Hobart Southerland. Steven, San Antonvo Sowell. Stephante, Prarrre Uveu, Speer, R Spence, Cratg, San Antonto. Spencer, Drane, Houston, Spencer, Melanie, Krngurood, Spencer, Mtchael, Houston, Sprller, Shelly. Junctton, St John, Meltssa M , Wrlrnrngton. Stantteld. Mtchele J, Urnuersal Ctry, Stanford, Frank. CC, Stanford. Scott, Austvn Stanton, Phyllus Ann. Alum Starboard, Steve, El Paso, Starnes. Sally, Arlmgton. Stasney Mark, Baytown, Staton, Melvm, Horlrngen. Staton, Tracy, Horltngen. Stavrnocha, Cynthra, Houston. Stech. J Todd, Houston. Sreedlg. Ronald E Jr , Apo. Steele, Denese, Tyler, Steele, Shen, Houston, Steelqutst, John F, Honolulu Steere, John. Dallas, Stehouwer. R Mark, San Antomo, Stephens, Sara Cr. Katy Stephens, Carl Mrllard lll, Houston, Stephenson, Ftona, Houston, Stephney. Ltsa Ann, Bryan Stevens, Mtchael, Rolls Stew-ard James, Verlbest Stewart, Robert, Houston Stteler. Phtltp, Elgrn Stoclaman Montca Wamhcchre Stoerkel, Elrwbetn M, Hosuton. Stokes, Jana. Torrrball Stokes Kamlrne, Hale Center, Stone Bern, Sugarlarrd. Stone Davld, Scott AFB Star.-e Steven Wayne Falrfleld Stzrey Cynth:a. Katy Stover Nancy. Taylor Strapp, ltd: Woodlands Stream Eltzabetn K , Denton Stretdl, Theresa, Houston, Strlclntand, Sam, The Woodlands Strroltng. Humber, Houston, Stroope, S , Garland, Struclrrneyer, Gma, Alum. Stubzng, Stacey, El Paso Salltvan, Karen Sulltvan, Paul Stter. James, Rosenberg Svatele Pamela R , Tvrnple S-movie, Constance, Sun Anmnro Mo Crt, MfAllen Swan, Ellen, .Su,eeny. Swann, Scart C , .Seubrf,f,k, Swartngern, Russell, Graham, Sweetman, Molly Hound Rod, Swxnlord, Mtchelle, Dallas Swor Karen Luflrrn. Tabor., Jrll, Apu Taddeu. Jonnna, Zn Antorno Taft, Cnrxsta Jane, Dalvftta. Talley, Ltsa B , Kernpner, Talpey. Cathy, Innnq, Tapra, Manuel A , Ft Worth, Tapp. Ronda, Tyler, Tate, Cheryl Ann, Henderwn, Tate. 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" V , 5 ,' fl ,., , I " ' -f -ge I' .1 ' "J-I QMY 1- '- ' ,, 'gg G- e,. I M ' Q v .. . ,4. ,M e y w'r ll V A, A -------- - -..--e Q , ' I' V' Q R Q QV V 4 Lf A l L A ' , ' ' s . Ll X Al S' Y ' N '88 . W. it X 1 Wxx Q- is 9. XX, T , 11 W I TTI I ' mTrs X 1 IE X I 'xt IN Q 0 P itll 'sq The new way to register Longer lines but a shorter wait Registration had a new look this semester. After years of students registering by drop- ping off a card packet at the Pavilion and returning the next day to pick up a copy of their schedule, students arrived to find long lines and computers instead of drop off points. The Student Information Manage- ment System ISIMSI was being put to the test. The new system allowed students to regis- ter at a computer and know immediately if there was room in the class. Then the stu- dent's space in the class was alloted and a copy of his or her schedule was printed. The student could also pay fees before leaving the building. This new system replaced the old one which had been used at Texas ASLM since 1969. When the old system was purchased by the University, it was a state of the art registration system. But as the University grew it became necessary to make some modifications on it to handle the larger capac- ity. In 1984 the system could barely handle the number of students needing to register and was close to crashing, said Don Carter, associate registrar. At this point the University began to shop for a new system and purchased the SIMS. The lines at the Pavilion will be normal with about an hour wait but students can hardly complain about the wait when it's not neces- sary to return for a copy of their schedule or wait to be billed for fees. OTTTOYE SOPHO Teague, Chrts Mesqutte .TX Teal. Dentse B lnttng. TX Terrazas. Tum Arltngton Terry, Rebecca Lujltn . TX .TX Tewelett, Mart A Conuore, TX Thames. Todd Austtn Thomas, D B Jacksboro Thomas. Temple Nacogdoches Thomas. Walter J Mtneral Wells. Thompson. Beverly Dvcktnson Thompson. Brett Lake Jackson Thompson, Brtan Houston .TX , TX . TX TX ,TX .TX ,TX Thompson. Chad Drmrmrr, TX Thompson. Calltn E Dallas. TX Thompson. Davtd Plano Thompson, Don Ft Worth Thomson. Dam Junctton Tharmer, Kelley M Houston Thornley. Drmttrt College Statton .TX .TX .TX ,TX .TX Trlford, Cratg Waco. TX Ttllman, Walter Hugh Il Austtn ,TX Ttnsley, Tern Bartlett, TX Tipton, Norlyn Houston Todd. Mtnda Tulsa ,TX .OK Todd, Teresa Harntlton. TX Tama, Janan Sprmg, TX Toman, Troy Boulmg Green Torres, Gretchen Los Aarnos. . KY NM Torres, Prtsctlla San Antanto. TX Tovar. Belynda San Anronto. TX Tracy. Baldwm College Statron. TX Tragesser. Pam The Woodlands. TX Tran. My Rtchardsan Tran. Vu Houston Traylor. Frederrck Lulkrn .TX .TX .TX Treckell, Andy San Augusttne. TX Tretnres, Molly Houston Trevmo, Erasmo Rayrnondutlle Trevtno, Roby San Antonto Trrppe, Wtlltam San Antomo . TX . TX . TX TX Truscott, John Humble, TX Tson, Paul Orange. TX Tucker. Alex Dallas Tuggle. Teresa Roy-se Clty Tully, David M Fort Worth Turner. Sharon J Austrn Tuxhorn, Phtlltp lruvng TX TX TX TX TX Tyler, Becky Nauasota. TX Tyler. Melinda Rtchardson ,TX Ude, Dawn Katy. TX Uher. Meredlth Galueston Underbrmk, Shelley Kungsutlle , TX TX Uamoleale, Joseph James Jr Denton. TX Urbansky, John Houston. TX Uzelmener. Wtlltam J Houston. TX Vacek. Gary Austtn TX Valdez, Isabel C McAllen. TX Valdez. Juan F Houston. TX Van Den Berg, Sandra Houston Van Dorn, Dale R Lumberton Vanbosl-url-t, Ketth Nederland TX . TX . TX Vandaveer. Chrtstl Sedford. TX Vandenberg, Alexandra Houston Vanpelt, Aaron Rlchardson Van-ate, Wllltam F Annapolis. Varela Edward Houston Vaughan. Jenmler Corpus Chnsh Vendlg, Crlcl-ret Dallas Veravold Carla College Slutson 'JetterS. Beth LaPe Judson Vlcaers, Julte Houston Vteg Karen Dallas 'Jtera Emllto San Antonto Vsllareal, l.et:cta l Brou.-nsutlle ,TX TX MD . TX . TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX Vlllarreal. Lvlltan Allie. TX Vtllarrea. Samuel J Woodbrldge Vtharrea., Veromca Houston Vancenr, Brtan Houston vga: Annette Austln Volberdmg Jlll Houston 'lollrnermg Courtney Rlchordson Vos. Duane W Woslaco Vourcos, Vlctor McAllen 'Joyteln Meredrth Dayton 'Julnovtcs Anthony Lrbertyulll Waddell Melody Dallas Wadsworth, Fiviney .San Antonvo Wagener Cravg Houston Wagner Daren Vlctorla Wagner lllna Austm Wafyter Lua J 'Mrpus Chrtstr Wagner Wtlltarn C Jr Katy Waldee. Kendall Desoto Walugora, Llsa M Houston Walker. Cheryl Ausltn Walker. Darla Galena Par? Walker, Dean Bryan Walker, Ltndsey Rrchurdson Walker. Mtchael .San Antorno Walker, Robert Dallas Walker, Stanley Del Rm VA TX TX , TX TX TX TX . TX , TX e IL TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX . TX , TX TX TX TX TX TX Walker, Stephanle Tulsa, OK Walker. Steven M Ktnguood Walker. Thomas Houston Wall, John Wnchrta Falls Wall, Ketth Houston Wall, Rene Rtchardson Wallace, Patty HousLon 674 Sophomores TX TX TX , TX TX TX CRES .5 -r X fb 5 G-, X 'Q 4 f S k , e , J, f - 'A I 3 4 . 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Steve Jr.HoLatan, TX Washburn, Tracy Mesquite TX Waskow, Jim Carrollton. TX Waters, Mike Bryan, TX Watson, Barry College Statron, TX Watson, Deciree Hearne TX Watson. Hallie Virginia Luflvtn. TX Watson, Jana Denise Fart Worth, TX Watson, Kayla Mineral Wells, TX Watson, Ken Plano. TX Webb. Brian Houston, TX Webb, David Cleburne, TX Weber, Laura Eugene OR S Weed, teven Dallas. TX Weeks, Walter W. Dallas. TX Weger, Paula Wylie, TX Wehnng, Deneice Austm TX Wetssenberger, Janet Huffman, TX Wells, Evelyn F Portland. TX Wendlancl, Etephanie Atstm TX Wenkel, Tracy San Antamo. TX Werckle, Matt Vlctoria. TX West, Deborah Lubbock, TX West, Scott Hurst, TX West, Sherry San Antomo TX West, Thomas Alum. TX Westbrook, Joseph P Freeport. TX Weston, Frederxck Houston, TX Westrup, Karla Hotston TX Whitaker. Johnny R College Station, TX White, Anthony San Antonio TX Parallel parked bicycles at the Aggie Stage Race, spon- T3 T T' F l . ns, 1 9 5 3 C - fs :L f ' 31 X. , s- K Y A 5 P !'! .1 . 1 I f - X E9 ' T l 1 l 5-. ' -'---- 'm --' ' ' "' 1 gsvgfwv' "H "' 0 9, 1 - 3 l gi .5 7 '11 ps " .V ,J 6 f GJ -H " if W, 1 Q, !,jk 5' T6 is .. ba Q rg, W: r :as 4 - ,Lg Q .. .g. , ' 2- r + Q r ' ' . E 6 . x Y C ae, tk L l I Z7 'T qw -9 at ., 'A v - 2 'T " -1 - I X ', ,QU sf - .' ' is ,Q . l X xx' N H 2 ,9 x A ' QU l 1 ax ' K 774: ,ak ,C-2' ,C ,-,,.4" 92. 0 " V" . , QL, -- ' if ..- ,' . ta f yea I Q1 C4 , . f kv? 1 - , . A it is sored by the Cycling Club, 4 1 A.. " xi , , r . g Sophomores 675 64 Life TERTAINMENT DAZZLES fgaw.-4 MSC student committees produce top notch performances. he sparkle and dazzle of entertainment seems to ap- pear on the stage as if magic but behind the scenes, an entire other pic- ture develops. Two MSC Committees pre- sented shows this year of sparkle and daz- zle which were produced entirely by stu- dents on the committees. These shows included the Miss TAMU Pageant pro- duced by the MSC Hospitality Committee and the Variety Show presented by the MSC Variety Show Committee. Saturday, February 22 brought the end of an event which took about 10 months in planning - the Miss TAMU Pageant. This pageant, an affiliate of the Miss Texas Pag- eant, was produced entirely by a commit- tee within MSC Hospitality. Mardi Gras was the theme for the pag- eant and the brightness of a party filled the stage. Catherine Vincent was crowned Miss TAMU and was to represent Texas A8zM in the Miss Texas Pageant in July. "The pageant took a lot of hard work to produce but it is great to see it actually take place," said senior Bonne Bejarano, director for the 1986 pageant. The Variety show titled "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet" was another MSC pro- duction produced entirely by students on the MSC Variety Show Committee. The show was held April 1 1 for Parents Weekend. Emcee, David Naster started the show with his own act which kept the audience in stitches. The show proceeded with several acts from students who had passed an audition earlier in the semester. First place went to a guitar and banjo group called "Too Far Gone". A solo vocalist act in the show, Marc Bailey commented, "lt was great to be up on stage performing to the audience. I perform with Singing Cadets all the time but this was a different type of perfor- mance-just me and my songs." The show concluded with a special act, the Cottonbowl Shuffle, as the judges tal- lied the votes. "We just wanted to have a little fun," said senior Mark Giltner, the Domingo Bryant of the shuffle. SOPHO ORES Wnvf.. 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Fvumf rm M , L, ,QW " .ff F-':. If rg-Hwy! 1" . Fw: i:f,,':f,f vzwg A'-rw 15 x '1' xg Luv In ,fi wwf. f, , . ,, nnf.. fur, Tar' If, Q if x, V.: "Q, AnJf.w- r':'w'm Sadr ',1f1'u.fA hr' u 'ff Kavneer liffuzrm Lfrcfek, H12f:rr,f:rfr,','f1, Lrrfne Tween P'rf,'f1,f.f Znrrm Lure Hur.. hvvef C":, Hffr,zf,f Zv ff Karw 'Jw' , Zur' Lf. f: A f. Zwrw L an in f, Zwrw ver '21 D. ff', r Zczovcf Errf" ' 1' Zmermfger Km: ' f ,ff 676 Sophomores 9 1' cur 65 x 9 L " Q' 33 W. 1 3 I .X . , 1 5-a., V: Q J. , -3, V . - . 5 , ' ' 1 1 , , , , - f' ' ff 5' ' I f Arr ' 1 x ' ' l -...,, Q.. W- H11 ! gf-f , . f gt, I r A we f l . f QL 1 V , . .T .rw X , f I E A 4 . fn . V ' " , f 1 ' iii il as X r"' A ' A X. gi 1' i ,fs Q f -M' rc.. . ,- Q ' ' N I A W ' ' ' . . , I -- 'cg' . 3 A , QQ - ' r , Bn X-' fb., . 5' ' I A f ' ' M r Ig I N 'W ' V 1 . ' 1 ...ze r r. z - L r ,f,,.,f, 3,15 ...fz 96 L- at ,ac - , If ,A , ,A ' .. ' xg, Q' g N., YJ 1 5.1, V. ' K lg. 4 YM 5. L22 ,ii . 'iijilfd .Q ' , r-W. 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TX " 151: V '88 55 .75 ,J fl F y-5,-gf.-wer, f :Ll TOP: Students survey the possessions they managed to save from the fire. ABOVE: A College Station fireman fights to keep the fire from spreading. S ,, ' '55 -is SAUSALITG FIRE Students Lose Homes Fire destroyed 13 apartments in the Sausalito complex on Harvey Road and left about 50 Texas A8cM students homeless Sunday. April 6. The fire began at about 7 p.m. and was declared "under control" at 8:48 p.m. No students were injured in the fire but one fireman was taken to the hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation and heat exhaustion, Six College Station fire trucks and over 35 firemen fought the fire while Bryan firemen were on standby. Students rushed to remove their belongings but the fire spread quickly andmuch was lost. The complex's clubhouse was used to collect donations of clothing and the Red Cross set up a shelter at the Aggieland Inn to collect cash and clothing for the homeless residents. The burned-out residents were housed in the Texian lnn for the night and then relocated at other apartment complexes in College Station that are also owned by the owner of Sausalito. 678 Ju Class Of '87 President: Cindy Webb Vice President: Jim Shepard Secretary: Carolyn Brown Treasurer: Melissa Dyer Social Secretary: Diana Adams FRONT ROW: Diana Adams, Carolyn Browng BACK ROW: Cindy Webb, Jim Shepard, Melissa Dyer. k x "-i'1::1vi. - X U RA, - . f'v ' '- x -.. ", . X , '-y-- .. 4- ,"-: 5 A r A pw M' , w 1123 -MQQAQ X, SE N N +R? ' '1:..-e.x ' :Q 'ff ' '42 V .3-. :.'X in 1 m '.i?'!e- '- , Q z 3' , fiia 'fs a,,. i A r A 9 1 5' Y, -- Q q S as is M. S 1 55" il .Z UNIORS Abney. Stephen Nederland, Abramelt, Warren Vvcrorra, Abueg, Mel Houston, Accapadx. Matt Houston. Acosta, J R Plano, Adarr, Susan Frvendsu.-ood, Adams, Altson Baton Rouge, Adams. Chrns Houston. Adams. Dana Vernon. Adams. Drana Houston, Adams, John Harker Hgts. Adams. June L Vernon. Adxx, Kenneth Yorktown, Adkrns, Davld Eagle Luke. Adler, Barbara Dawson. Agm, Terrxe Lynn Athens, Agurlar, Yolanda Texas City Alberts. Mrchele Houston Albrecht, David W San Antomo Albrtght, Kathy Texas Cnty Albrrght, Rachel Lrttle Rwer. Alcorn, Dons Borne Alcorn, Joe Borne Aldrldge, Bull Cleburne Alexander, Denxse Conroe Alexander, Duane College Statron Alexander, Mary Jane San Angelo Alexandrrdes. John San Antonro Alford, Jeffery Splendora Alfred, Mxchael L Baytown Algaze, Eugenra Houston Allen, Greg Houston Allen, Jana Mesqurte Allen, Krrstrn M Houston Allen, Lynn Longuzew. Allen. Mana M, Austrn Allmg, Jlynn Grnford, Allrson, Gary .San Antomo, Almaguer, Sylvxa Bellarre, Alo, Kenneth Houston Alsbrook, Danny The Colony, Alstrxn, Robert W Jr El Paso Alter, Jeff Bryan Alvarado, Carlos San Anronro, Alvey, Tlffany A Burkburnett. Amato, Rrchard Houston Amrck, Susan Drckvnson Ammerman, Loren Rockdale Amosson, Kyhl Plano, Amsstrer, Philip Crawford. 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TX 87 TX Residents of Crocker dorm look on as the centerpole for bonfire is put into place on October 31. r E e 2 .lunxors C351 682 Juniors UNIORS Ezrkeand Barr:-rre, Tarn-as Y Harlngen Barnes, Shelley Mc,-lilen Barnett, Ban Joseph Groves. Barnett. Rtchard Rosharon Barone Duane Lrtttgron Barrett, Mrcnael R Holman Bgrygrr. kkxlltam .Wladtsontnlle Barrrer Starla R Port Lauaca, Batrtos, Catnerme P Orange. Barrnett Shellv Richardson. Bartltng, Gordon Xen Braunfels Batek. Mtke Robstcurv Bateman, Arrerta Amarsllo Bates. Barry Bryan Bates. Benjamm Dallas, Bates Nladelyn College Statron Bates, Mtchael Houston. Bates Renee College Statton Bates. Txmothy Dallas Battles. Lrsa Sourfake Bayer, Ken Houston Bayer. Kenneth Florest-Alle Baze. Tum Edmond Beal. Patrtck Shiner Bearden. Lynn Houston Beasley Afusen Rmhardstwn Beavers. Rlck Jacksonullle Beazley, Becky Dallas. Bebell, Brad Houston Been. Anna Marta K Bryan Becl-ter, Melame Brenham Eeeler. 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TX Bohltng, Tricia College Station. TX Boles. Micky Longview. TX Bolner, Anthony San Antonio TX Belting. Pam lrbrkrou-n. TX Bolton. Cynthia L, Tyler. TX Bond. G Michael Plano. TX Boone, Keith Thornrzsa.-tlle .-'lL Bopp. Andrew Carrollton TX Bordeaux. Jennifer L Los Fresnos Borehardt, Billy Sam Tum TX Bortack. Lanette Lm:c'n TX Borrego. Cabrtna .Houston TX Borrell. Chuck Ten-pie TX Boshart. Davm Hsour. Ott TX Bossa. Ricky Brenham TX Bosttc. Robert M .Wforgcn Cn' 1.-1 Bott. Stacey Forsan TX Bounds. Theresa Lot-en.: TX Bower. Kenneth Houston TX Boyce. Martha Donna. TX Boyd, Clark Co Sega Srarton TX Boyd, Frank Frzendshzp TX Boyer. Tammy Sn Angelo TX Bradford. Troy ll'es'.::o TX Bradley. Ruth -Xrrgfetcn TX Branch. Michael Dee' Park TX Braswell. Brian Horst-sn. TX TX Juniors 683 684 Juniors UNIGRS Braun Lee.-Xnn Bedlord Braune. Davrd Boerne Brawleg. Thomas Rrchmond Brazrel Janalnsa Ltr-rngston Brazzell, Charles San Benvro. Brenckrnan. Elizabeth Forth Worth. Brenckman. Susan Fart Worth. 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TX Ekclahl. Knmberly Avoca. TX Elnades, John Corpus Chnsn TX Elxas. Kxm Plano. TX Elliott, Shasta College Slcmon. TX Ellxson, Carol Spnng TX Ellsworth. Marcia Flznt, TX Eng, 'Dmothy Houston. TX Engelbert. Denms College Starzon. TX Englxsh. Susan Odessa. TX Enke, Veronxca Lee Vrczorza. TX Epperson, Gary Houston TX Ermls, Theresa Agua Dulce. TX Students wait in line at the MSC Cafeteria 690 Juniors UNIORS Ervtn, Ttmmt Lynn Clarkst-Alle Estes, .lane Pasadena. Estes. Mnchael Fa:rl:eld Etchteson. Stacey Cedar Hrll, Eabanl-1. Larry .lr .-'lbtlene F ister. Chrzstopher College Statzan Evans, Marlon Dallas Et ans. Thomas Corpts Chrtst: Exerest. Davtd S Gearietou-n Everett. Laurre Arlrngton Everett. Shonn F Odessa Everrst, Mrchael Austm Every. Krm Longureur Ewrng. Scott Temple, Fabran, Barbara Schulenburg. Fagg. L Stevan Dallas. Falhng. .lenmfer College Statron Farreg, Marranne Houston Faldyn. Rodney Houston Falar. Janrce Aransas Pass Fan. Uerbtlrun Fan Keelung Tatu-an, ROC Fanrck. 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TX Grzelakowskl, Joseph College Starron Guderxan, Karen Seabrook, TX Guerra, Laura Abrlene TX Guerrero, Jay Houston. TX TX Gueterscoh, Steve Houston. TX Guldry, Steven College Sratron, TX Guxon, Carol Katy TX Gurnucro, Ed Reseda CA Gutlerrez. Helen San Antonso TX Guzy. Elame Norkroan TX Hackett. John Sugar Land TX Haddan, Lester Snnnetr TX Hadley. Valerre Neu Braunlets TX Hahn, Chrrshan Cor-rngron L-4 A student enjoys a sunny day despite a broken leg. Juniors 693 x 694 Juniors UNICRS Haigh. Michael F. Richardson. Hailey, David Rosebud. Hale, Jason Dallas. Hall. Jody Woodsboro. Hall, Lisa Mesquite. Hall. Richelle Tyler. Haltom, Valerie Houston. Hamaker, Kent Richardson. Hamill, David Richmond. Hammer. Kyle Missouri City. Hammons. David Donna. Hanath, Tess Brenham. Hand, Cheryl Tyler. Hanks, Christine San Antonio. Hanks, Debra J Franklin. Hannah, Richard Houston. Hanner, Darron Missouri City. Hansen, Mike APO New York. Hartz, Denise Houston. Hardage, Kelly Damgerfield. Hardeman, Mike Desoto. Hardin, Elizabeth L Houston. Harford, Kathleen San Antonio. Harmon, Becky Tyler. Harmon. Kim San Marcos. Harmon, Sherry Ft Worth. Harnitz, Katherine Appleton Harrington, Tom Wayne Sweeny. Harris, Don Waco, Harris, Donna Sue Gonzales. Harris, Jim Harlingen. Harris, Kenneth A Friendswood. Harris, Paul Euless. Harrison, Kelly Spring. Hart, Derek S. Fairfield. Hart, Jim F Rossuille. Hart. Paul Bryan. Hartman, Adam D Wichita Falls. Hartman, Linda Austin. Hartsell, Suzanne Dallas. Harvey, Cathy Desoto. Harvey, Lisa Hempstead. Hasken, Hermann lll Stratford. Haskins, Julie Lamarque, Hasse, Susan Alum. Hathorn, Dorothy Pasadena. Harley, Danya C Bryan. Hattersley, William Portland. Hawkins, Jefl Whitehouse, Hawkins, John Houston, Hawkins, Teresa Richardson. Haydel, Matthew Kingwood, Hayes. Jenmler L East Bernard. Hayes, Stephanie Spring. 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X Ag 0 . - X 1,1 X iff- X 'Val' 3 AX.: . m W, f fi r .t or . A it 1 5 'J i' . 'f gi " f it J if if . -' ' ' ' .. ' ' " A ' " . - ' ' . I. QM- . ' 1 f T : X l - , M' s -.,, , N' XXCl 1 Q. . . ' r . ,A '- A t Q 4 'iff '87 TOP: Often called the Flag Room for its many flags, the MSC living room provides space for students to study or socialize between classes, Its also used as a meeting place when parents come to town or you just don't know where someone lives, ABOVE: A student takes advan- tage of the comfortable sofas and atmosphere of the MSC Living Room to get his studying done. 533.!f'.1i"f"" I Q17 " fast' '- -fr f 'I N R , sf Avlcfex CAMPUS CENTER A Memorial in Action On the mention of the Memorial Student Center, most peo' ple immediately think of all the activity that surrounds it. Un- doubtedly, the MSC is one of the most active places at Texas ASLM. Ironically, it also houses a few of the most peaceful places on campus. The MSC living room and the Browning Library are two of these havens. The living room often has been called the "living room of campus." Conveniently located in the middle of the excitement. it provides a place to relax and escape the hurried routine of campus life. Many people spend time in the living room reading The Battalion and other newspapers, while others study. sleep and visit with friends. A baby grand piano is also available for individuals and group use. Occasionally, the Singing Cadets are among the groups who hold open practices there. Throughout the year, the living rooms is used by campus groups for special programs. The Browning Library is located on the second floor on the MSC in room 223 and offers a wide variety of activities. Unlike the living room, the library provides a quiet atmosphere to study and relax. A large selection of current periodicals. includ- ing 25 newspapers and 85 magazines. as well as a special section of science fiction books. is at the disposal of the patrons. The library features a wide variety of music selections available to anyone with an I.D. Patrons can select a cassette or album which is played over one of nine channels. The library offers the use of two pianos and an organ and has a collection of sheet music available, Two television sets that include both set pro- gramming and first come. first served programming remain on throughout the day. Aggies can check out board games at the front desk and use the game room in the library for group play by Joanie Pate .lm rs :JDJ t vw N ,, A , Nfv glw. f 4 w- ' M V . a Nz. kv., tml' ' v,4Kfw4., TW ' an-.N W WWW Mu'-nr -,, T 'QSM 1 .- 'T 4.5.f ,f A member of the Aggie Band gets a hug at Final Review. Hughes Contents 3 66 Life P RENTS' WEEKE A8zM A tradition since 1925, Parents' Weekend gives parents an opportunity to visit their children in a arents' Weekend, a tradi- tional activity at Texas A8zM since 1925 was held April 11- 13. The weekend, which allows parents to visit their children in the campus setting, began Friday with various open houses and receptions held by student groups and college departments. The Federation of Aggie Mothers' Clubs were in full gear with meetings and their annual Boutique held in Rudder Ex- hibit Hall. The evening ended with a bang as MSC Variety Show had a full crowd in Rudder Auditorium with various student acts be- ing performed. RHA Casino drew a large crowd as students and parents filled the MSC to gamble their money for prizes. Saturday started another full day of open houses, receptions and tours. The Class of '86 presented their class gift at a Coffee with the Association of Former Stu- dents. The afternoon brought picnics and barbecues. The TAMU Varsity Football team had an intersquad game in Kyle Field immedi- ately following the recognition of the 1985 Parents of the Year, Mr. and Mrs. Hla- vinka. The Singing Cadets ended the evening with their annual Spring Concert in Rudder Auditorium. Sunday activities included the Corps Flower Pinning Ceremonies and the Par- ents' Day Awards Ceremony. The awards ceremony produced the announcement of the Gathwright and Buck Weirus Spirit Award winners along with the announce- ment of the 1986 Parents of the Year. The Corps of Cadets Review and Awards Ceremony and Parsonls Mounted Cavalry Performance and Final Review ended the weekend. IORS Hendrxckson, Erxk Ausrrn. Hendrxckson. Scott Krngu-ood. Henley. Dartece Houston. Henry, Brran J Carrollton, Hensarlrng. Robert College Stanarr. Henson. David College Statron. Hernandez. Cynthla Murfu, Hernandez, Jose El Paso. Hernandez, Melxssa San Antamo. Herrandez. Manuel E El Paso, Herrmgton, Case W Mrssourr Cnty. Herron. Debbie Odessa, Herzberg, Laura A Houston. Hesser. Andrew Camp Pelarelton. Hethcoat, Marcra Houston, Hethershaw. Susan Houston. Heye. Kathy Rrchardson, Heye, Paul F Jr San Antonto, Heymann, Rrchard T Houston. Hickey, Tamara Yoakurn. Hrcl-ts, Karen Freeport, Hacks. Stephen Plano. Hxcks, Txm Palestrne. Htdalgo, Anthony San Antanuo. Hrggmhotham, Bryan Lockhart Hrldebrandt, Annette Sprung. Hull, Brad Tulra. Hull, Debra Dallas Hull. Ehzabeth Orange Hull. John Mrdland. Hxll, Kerry Laporte Hxll, Madelyn Garland Hull. Sherry Beaver. Htll, Stacre Baytown Hrll, Tonya Montgomery. Hrnkle. Chad Grtfltss AFD. Hrtchcock. Hal Prror Lake Hodel, Colleen Desoto Hodge, Mrckuel Gregory Junctvon Hodges. Melussa Houston Hodges, Wendy Dallas Hoelscher, Carolrne Lott Hoelscher, Scott San Angelo Hoelscher. Theresa Rabstown Holler, Brenda Segurn Hollerber. Donald Denton Hoffmann Anna San Anronro Hollstot, Heather Euergree Hogan. Mason Clyde Hogan. Matthew Denrson Hogan. Sabrma Denrscm Hagan. 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LampmanA Drama F1-ar.:n,: TX Lamps John Hwsf TX LandvsA Gregnrx Ffoewf T.X Landry Paui Sp' ng T.X Lane. Chvxs E Farr T.X Lange. Bord Fffwnzsnovkz TX Lanon Hein-IJ l'io.Dlw fX Lansford Rob-'rt F: LM-':' TX Lasek, Margrr- L1-,age Su ' TX Lana, Ron !1...XJw- TX Laughbaum Kev' 't.g:.-- 'X Lauler, Kvmal YL rf f'X Lavallee, Karen L'e.:q' P1 'X LaveevA Mrrnad Chqgf w 1: 1 OH Larufwff Umm Corpus Chr sr TX L.zamwf Rem-..a Gariand TX L.::.ksv" Havre!" San Anton. TX L.t.rw'1 Tafwrf Corrrgan TX L.:x 5",:'t Kern Aasni TX Lax Mg.: Ausm, TX Law 'mai Trsap TX Lf Lai -X' ' Cqnega Srarmrt f'X Le LA -ln" Pasadena TX Leach fa" Hcuslcn TX Led!-eine' Laws Pasaaena TX Leadr Marrsfreld TX Lee .'s'1rt.!f' Fort kkorlh. TX Les Km'-':.: E Rxnarsscr LX Jnmcrs UNIORS . :r'e',ff11"m' ' . gf--V 7 Lee. wrnam A Dallas TX ' "" TW " Af WL Leeper, Thomas Hunzsuule TX ,J Leggett. James Houston TX 3 'T -T3 T-7 " . g I Lehman, Gordon Jr Bryan TX y y , ,ig--Qs ' - Lezbel. James College Srarron TX Y , Y Lerdner. June Brvan TX I , 1 Laghton. Frances Nrkzshka AK T Lenny, Laine Bullard rx 5' Z V Leu. Theresa Houston rx ' f' Lemen, Mrchael Abelene TX 0 ,, 6- ,L 3 ': Lenrg, Paul Edsnburg TX h 8 ski, ,IL f .9 4: rf.. 1 ' 7 Lenser, Leslre Houston TX ' A, 2,5-I T Lenzen, Greg Dallas, TX ' T- -'QA Leonard, Wllham Lrrrleton CO 4 . ... '-" , ,,-- -as f,Z3e,,,,7 -fi V -. , ,Q 1 .7 -1 Lero, Mxchele Harmon TX f Lesrkar. Barbara Columbus TX ' ' Leszkar. Bruce Columbus, TX fr 5' Q 'T Q Leslre. McPherson Arjmgron TX - Q: Y A eta, Lessard. Joseph College Slatzon TX - 17 -S-X ' V I Lestourgeon, Deron L,edar Hvll TX Levy. Ann Houston TX X 5 y V A ' ' ' . .155 , , 5 Lewis, David Portland, TX 1 6 59: 1 I Lewrs. Jeffery Austm TX J Fl ,V 'R S f 3 7-' ,. , ' T r 73 ' Lewrs. Katherrne Temple. TX Lexus, Nancy Denton TX 7 -4- -. J - ,- " , 5 v-f c' ,- Q .ix Q . ,. lg LQ! . ..- Lawns, Susan East Bernard TX ' X V . ' Lrght, Mnchael Garland TX E ,V r Lrgmsey, Debbre Bryan rx ,,g, I. J Lzmmer, Brad San Amomo TX I 1 ' Lin Smel: Bao-Hsm College suntan TX ,m - ' . Lzndsey. Jyl Whrtehouse. TX ' 1 'TT ,r 0. T' lg 1' Z I Lzpseg, Gwen Houston TX ft: Q IA, X els Tb V , N Lzsso. Gregory K .w1.dund, TX ' 4 , 41' ' " TQ5 Lmu. Sher: Bedford, TX N 4 0 "" l 1-us, Lxttlefreld Kenee Tulm TX T . f .x. ' ' '9 . f r If -X Langer Jru san Antomo TX Q' f 1" 3 C Lobo Cheryl Dallas TX ' T , iz Tis- 'iz' Lodge, Sharon Dallas. TX 1- 3- b 3 'y V I I ,, 5: Z" I Lmlrcn. Jann Dallas TX A ' Q - 3, , 1 1 M , if , Loflxs. James Rockuell, TX I - Q if , ' V 'C QL Loftus, Rebecca Housron, TX , ' ,Q r 7 X-'T Lnmoa. Lurs Hurnacuo. Puerro Rrco '-.dl ' I r 4 ,ga Y ,.,7., TEES? Long, Pamela Beaumont TX , r ' I A rf" s ' F 5' Langsene, Polly Thmpwrs, TX 9 ' '-A gf 7 Lzngstreer. Kenneth Anchorage AK 1 'Q' " ' g T Lmka. Duane Corpus Chrrstt. TX T. T as I T, 'I ,v ' . Lopez, Hector O Anasco Puerto Rrco , Q ' V3-,T V , v. ' Lopez. Soma N La Porte TX -. ' I' T? Lovrngfoss, Donald Ventura, CA 'T J 4 1 V- .l U4 N - N 4 11 ' va 'Y W' . -X - f-'si Lowrey. Jay McKmney TX I 6' ' ,- Lowry, James Houston, TX 'Q V ' 3. U ' ,6 "- Lubbert, Cynthra Beaumont, TX UF, 2' ,- Q it 5 3' in - Q C 3 Q Q S' ' K' Lucas. Shawna Houston, TX J Q, T CQ v , tl f gf- 4 ' Lucas, Vlctor Ktlleen, TX tv' , ian, , T L ' h 4: ' 'J Luce, Jeff Shreveport, LA . M ' vi. ,44 5 4 Al , fl W . 5 . Lucko, Louts A Cameron, TX ' ii" ' it ' Sli r ' ' . MH fd- . an 1 gd ' 0 Q + ' ,. iff? Lucko, Mlchael Cameron, TX ,T 'W ' 53? 4. -. , Ludung. Amy San Anlomo, TX . " 'V D ' 1 Y ,L Lueb, Kevm J Houston TX A. "' " ' ,D 1 X -.V 'f 'J . y Q S- :E- Luke, Gregory Muemter. TX I :L . H" , E4 4 if Luke. Heather Dallas, TX r V I r T' 45 ' .1 f. Luna. Valerie Beaumont. TX b " -, ' 'IK 'M' ' 5 f ' Lunayen, Ruben Ent Elgm, TX A t V' ,L 1 ' - ,v ., , A ' . tl a A I zu V V Tw V ' T KT ' ,, 1 fu, rg- A Lungorra. Hora Edmburg TX J ' I! Vs. 23251 V Lusk. Jeanne League Cnty TX f J. Q- lgnch, Clay E Greenurlle TX A , 3 5- Q ! ' :V :.' 1 h Q Ujnette, Luka Karnes Crty, TX 4 gr ,l , 'F 9 K 1. . 1 1 T Maberry, Stephen Fmt Wfrrtrr TX TT" J- ' ' 1 I .7 - " 1 4 ki! Macek, John Burlrngrfm TX I I :Xl N T' J' V'-N , fx ' 1 1 f Magma, arenas vrnsm, TX r f'1?'7Av' J ,QQTTI4 - ,ff 'W tp V I I4 1 - ue 702 Juniors 1 .aQ, lk- I xr: 3 K' .- -ur , , 1 'S 'E g v 7 J. 'Z ,- . - lx-r . - "f 4 l 4. J l , + lr D I . - . V f 0.1 r, 1 'fi :V it 45 if . A r . V v, ' :L-ll r , 1 T "'4"."LF-T A '1 l if A -as -C' 3 a I. T- 4' '- 4 ',, JV ' x T ' ' , .,, J , AXSTY! J , 2 'F' .ghiqa v, 4' 9 x X Q . 'af' 9 3 qi s 9' 'Y Al ffl 'T , lc lx I F lla l l l I xl ui. Students enjoy sun, sand and surf for Spring Break. ,.. -x I-t. aa EX' , I .. a -er , I . C , fy' an 1- -K ,- X l Lk..-- '3 1 is Quanta .., I li rl' ll Q. , 'P .,' .Q -ss ,l '87 Machmchrck, Mike Houston TX MacLeod, Sharon F1 Worth TX Maddox, Lyle Durncs TX Madison, Calvm Spf-ng Brunch TK Madrrgal, Senorrna 5-'eu Braunfels TX Maedgen, Kveg Mofnfs TX Magender. Jay Aus: n TX Maggard, Davud Huntswllc, TX Magunn, Trrcra Pans TX Magott, Debbxe Schertz TX Mahalrtc, Manlyn Engle Lake TX Mahan, Susan Rene Houston TX Maher, Cynthxa Karl,-, TX Maher, Lawrence Lo Porter TX Manda, Jose Houston TX Majewskr, James Houston TX Makl, Cratg Houston TX Maldonado, Neva Ausrvn TX Malewslu, Rachel Hubbard TX Malay, Barbara San Antonln TX Malone. Karen Dallas TX Malone, Ktm Lmdale, TX Maloney, Chrrs P Udrchrtn Falls TX Malstrom, Jon El Paso TX Manhard, Peter Houston TX Manning, Sandra San Anromo TX Mansavage, Jean Port Eduards WI Manzano, Elizabeth Thousand Oaks CA Mao, Wxlllam Houston TX Maples, Ginger Garland TX Marchant, Linda J Esmond. Rl Marks, Mlchael College Sratron TX Marlow, George Scott Dallas, TX Marnock, James Houston TX Marquardt. Jody Beaumont TX Marshall, Enn Alexandm: KH Marshall, Scott Dallas TX Marshall. Susan Houston, TX Marsrco, Alan Dallas TX Martel. Lora Holman TX Martel, Mnchael TL-lsr TX Martxn, Chrxstopher College Starz:-n TX 704 Juniors IORS Marr n Greg Snreueport Harm, Janna Houston Nlertr Htl-te Mc.-'lfferw Martm Parrxcta Sprrng Martm. Rm Comm Chrzstt. Martvnets. Bret Taft Slartmez Carlos Weslaco Martanez Homer Laredo Martrnez Karen Pasadena, Martrnez, Norma Odessa Marttnez Scott College Statton. Marttnc. Ann Shreveport, Masclans. Jose L Dallas Massey. Cltff Conroe Massey.. Julte Tyler Matcnett, Paul Pearland Mateta. Mtchael Arltngzon, Matheny, Shane Ksnguood Mathews Patty. Houston Nlatscha Angela Rosenberg Niartneus Gregor, A Cumege Stanon Matusek. Laurte Wlaakum Matuszeurkn. Kathy Houston Mauldtrt Denton Hernlrfte Maxwell John Pleasanton Maxwell. Std Rockdale Maxwel. Stewart Lancaster May. Scott Garland Ma,'l1etd.Tr1dd R .-'lusrtn Mayse Dtane Houston McA.:ster Greg .-'lrlzngxar McBtl:e Ketth Greenutlle McCabe, Kelly Houston McCann Mark Beaumont McCarty Mamet. .J Rto Hondo MsC ananar. Mark Houston McC,es-tw, James M Fatrlox McClure, Pamela Kay Humble McC,u1e Geurgta Houston Nlcflute Jeff Allen VlcCr.l..m Ter: M-dxand 'flcC .u.:, Lesne Math s McCoy Terrv bpnng McCracne' Cnuck College Stat-nn VlcCtacmen, Helg F?,f:nardsor, Mcira, Thomas Houstnn Mcfarf, A112313 Rnornr ?4f:Dan.et Mark Plumf "1:Dar,e, Mqmca Lfkege .Blat-on P-4:51-.-tx Phtiltp Huuslon MCU,-r.atd Sandra Warm P-4cDo'a,'1 Ste-.en Deer Park VlcDtflte Mark Hfauslon Mciwartr. Joseph Cameron McEne1y Deborah .San Antunm McGee, Eva Ktngwood McGvnt5, Angus Kelly Vtcrorta. McGnwn, Julte Houston McGraw B Todd Blwrntng Cvroue, McGregor Ott! 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Jody Garland TX McMillan. Ray Bn-an TX McMillan, Michael Dfkinsmw TX Mr:Murrey. Rhonda Cokisprzng TX McNair. Nancy J Dem-er Cut TX McNealv, Sharon Huusrnn TX McNeill, James Phan TX McNew, Loc Bryan TX McQueen, Deidre Wh.zeh--use TX Meacham, Philip Efhacizrvwevuw TX Meador. Tracy Spring TX Meaney. Clare Texas Cut TX Meath, Mary Lake Jackson TX Mechler. Monte San Amon-Q TX Medina, Chris College .Sur-ef' TX Medley, Tom Cosfege Sharm LH Medrano. Frank .San .-'wrong TX Meimardus. Hans W Richardson TX Meinerl, David Houston TX' Melgcisa, Maria Elena H-sgief T.X' Melrne. Soma Herman TX Mandelson, Brzan Houston TX Mendonsa. Leslie Tue' TX Mendoza Daniel Deer Farm TX Slengers. Lisa Maths TX Merrell ,lend -eagae iff. TX Messenger, Ianer Lum- Qc age C n ix Messinger Pamela Haus: TX Metcalf, Denise Dales TX Metscher Suzanne Marie Fw: Nr:- 5-leter Gregert .K"'g..eo.: TX Never, Rebecca Nea. 5'.:."'e5 TX Mem, Edu-ard P Lhxustv-e T.X Slickei. Elizabeth -M41 " T.X Middendorf. Lorri Carp-,Q Ihre: TX Middleton. Michael -hmm TX Hidkiff. Thomas Mdkfr' T.X Nlierzmak. Brent D.: as TY Juniors 705 C Q, -C .5 ,Nr , avr 35'-.v 'yi Robert DeVargas attempts to teach a young child from the audience how to do magic tricks at the Variety Show held the Friday evening of Parents' Weekend. INSET: Emcee of Variety Show, David Naster has the audience in stitches as he attempts to teach them how to carry a beat. Life 6 706 Juniors Mtffhn Kevtn Houslrn Mtgl. Carol Holiftrsmlle Mlkutenka, Mark Noakum, Mtlburn S Muchele Houston Muller, John K Orange, Mzller, Mrchael Coppems. Cove. u TX L TX TX Mzkuienka. Steve Coifege Statron, TX TX s TX r, TX , K' J I Muller, N Nadlne College Statton. Muller. Rxchard Corpus Chrrstl. Mrllrgan. Andrea Dallas, Mims. Julxe Longwett-. Mrnsheu, Alanna Marne College Sratron, Mmrer, Bruce Garland Mxramonres. Chrtstrne Dallas, Mtreles. Matthew Lrttle Rrtrer. Mrrkaurc, Mandy College Sranon, Mitchell, Max Grandurew, Mrtchell. Stephen Nacogdoches Mme, Deanne Vvctorra Mobbs. Charles Henderson Moehl. Denuse R Sprmg. Moehlman, Davrs Houston. Moffett. Kevtn College Stanon Monrcal, Harold Lake Jackson, Monroe. Mark H El Paso, Monroe, Mary Dallas, Montemayor, Parrxcxa Sprrng, Moon, Rlchard Goltad, Moore. Alan Burleson. Moore, Gary Texas Cnty. Moore, Kenth Sprung, Moore. Lxnda McAllen, Moore, Paula Longunew. Moore. Penme Desoto Moore, Teresa Houston, Morales, Jerry Corpus Chrtstr, Moran. Jana Corpus Chrrstt, Moredock. Duane Dallas. Morello Ctndy L Bryan, Moreno, Chrrstme Houston, Moreno. Davtd Son Antonro, Morettm, Carolme Galveston, Morgan. Chrss Duncanmlle, Morgan, Garth Corpus Chnstv, Morgan, Sherrxe A Electra, Moms, Charles Orange Morrts, Kathy Austen, Moms, Peggy Chrco, Morse. Allrson Woodurlle Morton. Arthur El Paso, Morton, Ronald Fort Worth, Moslnal. Anthony .Santo Rosa, Mosley. Piney Bryan, Maas, Kennard S Ill Son Marcos, Moll, Kenneth Vvctorm. Mott, Cynrhua Houston, Moyer, Sharon Baytown, Mueller. Erenda lynn College Slatmn, Muenster, Todd Halletmnllrf, Munerm. Danmella M Can Mun, Betsy Houston, Pduhawarr. Jett College Sratmn, Munden, Jermtler Houston, Munoz, Mark San Antonm. Muras, John LaGrange, Murullo, Jenmler Houston, Murphy, Kelhe Ft Worth, Murphy, Susan Fort Worth, Murray. Clttl Orange, Murray. Jenmler Cedar Hull. TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX ado TX TX TX TZ TK TX TX TX TX TX ff, ---- ff- 1 ,, i ,-fwfr ' T T , f ,f 4 ff,-+ an 3 4 f QA "' f' if ,.f, ' ' '4 I 3522 ,K Qc ' -H - I in-r 1. wa- 1- Q' r X , 4, f W I ,. ,Q . 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'r lv' t N X T l ' N' ' at tl , C Q- f .A '87 Murrell, Melrnda For: lkbrth TX Musick, Melissa Corpas Cnrisr, TK Musson, Darleni i'-'frdfolnsan TX Muzyka, Micnael lrum TX Myers, Mark Texarkana AR 5, Myers, Richard Lfallns TX Myers, Tacey Fr endsttood TX ff--av-in m?""?""-'W 'iii ' 'f""' ' I ' , X. I "l f L '- is 6 GX v Q .. 0 ca G ,,,, 4- 1' 7' Lf. ' ' Q, XV Q f -I ra 2 X Y 5 ,VXN x Q f kr 4 . fi? 1 "fn .ifflli M ' , , Ag, N Nanny, Angela Gnfinna rx , .,,l l - ' A ,,, f Nanny, Mary Lanell Graham TX 5 1- j , Qu '- Engdf Q 6 T' A: T: T Napp, Bradley A Austin, TX V 1 A , 1 ,sf ,A ,X gl.: I 5, X , Nations, Libby Henan T:-J ' lv q H Needlemar, Louis J Cor-pus Cnrsz. TX ' 'L l ., 'O' fa - 1 r 'T 5125 Neel, Sylvia onlinr TX e K :ggy '. Nehring, Brad Fort Wann, TX 'A Iii ILQ. Af, "' Nelsen, Nancy Ab-lens TX f Nelson, Christopher Mark Eufescin TX 5' .1 3 5' 'T T' ,F ax Q 2, " ' Nelson, David .W-Ieudous TX V J 5'V ' ,. . N1 - ' ' Nelson, Doug Mullins TX ' 'C T f ,, Q' " Neisnn, Michael S Har: rp: J 'v ,xl VX ' lx I X Nelson, Tamara Bryan TX v 0 I fl Nenghong, GE Houszon TJ-I 1' A J? Nethery, Bryan Bag,-:ann TX . ' . x Neukirchner, Nancy Garicrd TX Q T ,f 'Q - H' " 7, 'Q 4 ' " Neumann, Brian Wa-fo TX '. 52.1, K 'Q ', k- , ' v V Q ,IQ Nevers, Jacqueline Hoimon TX V 'T r i Newell, Timothy Wayne Lcncrzre' TX S' J """ P T l T Newman, Jennifer Lake Kwok: TX A ,V fl ,J Newman, Rhonda J Carre ron, TX , ,.-, ti - 9 , Newman, Susan Friendsaoad TX .Ska Q ' Newport, Kelly San ,-'lnlon-0 TX .. T- ' 5 5, -F 1'-' f Y " 'T -' 2 7 "' Ngo, Dian copper: TX I n ' - - I ' x "V 4' 7 , Nguyen, Dzina San Arvrumo TX 5' ' 6 T' f' V 'T' X , Nguyen, Tim Wellborn Tb: X l It ' I T VMI ,ll T H-WQELX .A A 'J Nibert, Timothy .fuastm TX N' f b- Alxvwx-Mail 6 M 1-In T ' 5 Nichols, Nancy Beewlfe TX ..n ' ,' L , i t '. . ... 'SY .x I Y ' Nichols, Rufhanne Hgiasron TX x ' -' H -' - Nrckles, Daxid llnria 011. TX .5 1? 5' - ? f 'T 1' I -3- " X ,Q 0 Niemann, Richard Houston TX Q 5 - l ' - Nilsen, David Houston TX Y ' - W X I V i K A T ' Noakes, Kenneth Housran TX Q X 'l 3. " A , ' , , - Norxille, sawn ramen: TX xg M 2 ' lf A Nnrdnm, Jill ianfn-'fnn AFB C4 Sin:-Sill M52 , , - Juniors finally get a chance to get even with the seniors during Elephant Walk. Juniors TO IORS Nugent. Wendy Houston. TX Nunn, Angel Nunn, Trxsha Alarna. Nye. Julxa Fraendsu-ood. Oakes, Txmothy A Duncanurlle, OBrien. John Bay Cnty. OBryant. Catherme Johnson Cnty. Ochoa, Art Jr Vnctona. Ochoa. Oscar A. Ft Worth. OConnor, Vxckre Ft Worth. Odom. Paul Henderson, Odum. Michael Bryan. Okane, Paul Dallas. Olanclt, Kevm Newtown, Olbrlch, Amy Bryan. Oleary. Joyce Sprmg. Ollvares, Irene College Stanon. Ollvxerr, Anthony E College Slanon, Ollwuer, Vmcenl Plouha, France Oltmann. Janet Tomball. Omalley. Deb Corpus Chnslv. Omeara, Duane Dallas. ONeal. Sheula Kurten. Ordonez, Roberto Dallas Orma. Wendy Lubbock Orourke, Gerald Rwer Rxdge Ortega. Sam San Antonio. Omz, Santa San Anronla. Osborne. Dana Panhandle. Osbourne. Becky Pasadena Osgood, Sumner Bellalre Oster, Steve Dallas Osterman. Greg Austm Osuna, Frank Deer Park One, Kvmberly Plano Ozuna, Damel Omar McAllen Paar, Pamela Humble Pace, Brlan Houston Pace, Karen Rrchardsan Padaleclm, Dwayne Marlon Paddock. Scott Houston Padrlia, Theresa San Antonio Palford, Brll Houston Paholek, Pamela Bryan Pahurlea. Robert .San Anronlo Palasota. Tara Garland Palmer. Kersten Nash Palrnore, Cherie Denton Paolem. Sandra Santa Fe Papacek, Amy Sherwood Papa. Ann Arnanllo Pare. Alan Mldland. Parel, Robert Y Garland Paras, Llsa League Clty. Parker, Courtney Houston Parker Thane Azle Parks. Denise Waco Parma, Judy Arlmgmrl Parma Teresa l. Bryan Parma, Tlna Sfhulenburg Paroth, Llsa Hunuuvlle Parlalrl Robert Houston Parnda, Letlcla Del Rm Partrxage Daw! College Slatvon Paschal. Rater! 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TX Paulette, Charles San Antomo, TX Paulos, Clay Bryan, TX Paulsen, Mtchael Houston, TX Payne, Kerrre Corpus Chnsn TX Payne, Patncta Sprmg, TX Paysse, Kenny Temple, TX Pearce, Murray Humble, TX Pecus, Kenneth Coronado, CA Pedneau, Mrchael Baton Rouge L.-'t Pelkert, Bradley Houston TX Peltrer, Bryan Manuel TX Pemberton, Kenneth A South Dartmcurl- HA Pena, Carlos San Anromo TX Pena, Carolyn Houston TX l Pena, Drana M. Mrssron. TX Pendergrass, Pam Houston. TX Penmngton, Clay Dallas, TX Pennington, Kent Mesqucre TX Pennywell, Greg Houston TX Pepper, Molly Marlin TX Perdue, Jack Kenguood TX Perez-Garcta, Anna A Laredo TX Perktns, James Neu LK' wwwgron FTA Perkms. Sheryl E Before TX Perry, Jeffrey C.:'d1.e'f TX Perry, Marte Army 'o TX Person, Melame Lkofge War TX 'il Peterson, Annette K Sun Anrg- c TX Peterson, Lrsa Howie-1 TX Peterson. Sally Dots TX Petrcsxono. Rae Ann Hmmm l. rv Petter, Alben A lL'.::o TX Pettit, Jennrfer Cmlege Sturm TX Petty, Janet Cypress TX Ptentet, fx 1 " ","' Pevoto. Pfluger, Phrllrps. Phrllrps, Phxllrps. Phxllrps. Marc Hamm Cty TX Mary K Coppe TX Donna Prfagen -"' e TX Brtson Eurm. TX Janet Houston TX John lrzwng TX Laura F: Worth TX Juniors 709 710 Juniors IORS Phxlllps. Mxchael, Arlzngton Prazza, James. Bakersfreld. Prccolo. Ann, Houston. Prckermg. John. Kmgwood. Puemazek. Ray: Adkms. TX CA TX TX TX Puer, Oscar. Mexlco Pierce. Anne. Abrlene. Prkttard. James. Brownwood. Pmgenot, John, Plano, Pipes, Dana, Brenham. Pxrtle, Bobby. Wllls Point. Pxrtle, Myra, Palesnne, Pliner, Joanna, Austm. Pitts, Donald, Houston. PivsafArt. Suchat, Smgburl, Tharl Poellmger. Angela: Houston. Pohlmeyer. Demse. Brenham. Polarolo. Susan. Houston Polk. Wendy. Euless. Pollard, Lmda, Houston. Pollard. Susie, Manuel, Polzer, Momca. Caldwell. Pope, Wrlluam, Rnchmond. Porter. James, lmng. Porter, Susan, Waco. Posell, Thomas. College Stanon Porter. Cynthla. Columbus. Potts. Lance, Bryan, Poux. James, College Statron Powell. Make. College Stanon. TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX and TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX Powell. David. Polo, lL Powell. Davxd W, College Statzon. Powell. Edward, Fort Worth. Pratt, Leeann, Baytowr.. Pressler. Glenn, Houston. Preston, Duann, Malakulf Prestrxdge. Tanya. Tyler Prresmeyer, Troy. Corpus Chrlsn. Prleto. Angela, Rrchardson, Prrmm, Kimberly, Garland, Prxnce, Gregory, Rockurall Prochaska. Dana. Houston Prochaska. Joe. Haunt Proctor. Bryan. Corcoran. Pruitt, Tad. Abilene. Pruslm, Kenneth. San Antonro. Pryor. Kerry, Frttstomn Pugh, Bruce, Manuel Pustegc-vsky. Debbie, Enms. Pustelovsky. Judrth. College .Station Putman. Timothy, Conroe. Putz. Paula. Mrssron, Pyburn. Mnchael. Manuel Pyle. Bryan. San Antunzo Quadrrm Anne E , Dallas Qualls, Davrd, Katy. Qulnn. James Humble Quxnn, Terry, New Brauneelz TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX CA TX TX OK TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX Qumt. Mary Cedar Hapvds, IA Qumtana Arnold, San Antonro Qumran.: Srlvra Cfrllege.Sturran Ourrantz. Marla. Port Arthur Raabe, Andrea. Dallas Rach. Laurl Hefte. Randall Bryan, Calle Robsluurn Ralney, Mlke. Qrrzales ge -Statler, Randall. Lua Dallas Eandermann. Randy. Randolph. Joe Brenham Meaqulte Finney. Lua. Houston TX TX TX TX T X TX TX TX TX TX TX . i:ir'?T"'-, f f ' 'W471' or r A 5- Y 3 Q. ,, 1. 2 L Q, 1: -al 5 4' fax l :L ' vw- .gp KZ-ky .L , ' X, "" '-W 'R a, , 5 , X A 1 Nl 1 , 'fr u f Y: I '- K. its .4 X T 1 ,., , la all 9 ,- 57 1 V K ! J! ni, l Q' ,J ,, ' s xl V 6' :gr-f ., A -. W" ,. rv if 1' ' -.' . 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L ,- my ' .1 . ei,-5-.X ,iq A J ' f ri -at x, , 'z . ' Lu ,iglii l. .. ' jig, .xml ' ' '87 , A, . A. . ,qf4.:n 4'-fi :....,.fun,-4. " 4,99 . 4. --",.. ,.. f ,1 1-' - - -4" ' , Bus Stop Snacks The new place on the block What was once a shabby bus stop shelter was transformed this year into a high volume snack bar. It was located on the corner of Ross and Ireland streets and soon became a favorite stop for students going to and coming from class. Food services catered the snack bar with a variety of foods ranging from cheeseburgers to egg rolls and other foods similar to other snack bars on campus. Breakfast was served from 7:30 to 9:30 in the morning. The snack bar officially opened October 14, 1985 with a day of festivities including gifts, balloons, and free t-shirts. The bus stop after its renovation. 712 Juniors UNICRS Ranktn. Robert College Slatvon Rather, Rodney Sprtng Rah.. Dtanne L Houston Ray. Randy Greervu-ood. Ray. Russ B Fforrstrlle Ravmer, Darcy Bedford Rayner. Cheryl Houston Reasor, Scott San Antonro Rear, Brttt Houston Redepennmg. Scott San Anromo Redus, Rhonda Katy. Reed. Betsy Krnguvod Reed, James E Jr Oakland Reed. Warren Texas Cnty Reedy, Klmberly Dallas Reeves. Blam Houston Reeves. Rec: Arlington Reeves, Russell Amorsllu Regan, Kenneth Rtchardson Retlel, Ertka Houston Really. Karen Houston Retlly, Patrlck Sprmgfteld. Retner, Ertc Mtssourt Rernmert. Terr: Houston Remualdo, Ttna Fort lbbrth Render, Ltsa Marte San Antomo, Reneau. Ktmberly Grand Prmrre. Rentz. John Spnng, Retzlotf, Troy San Antomo. Revere. Ehzabeth Houston Rey Bear, Norse Houston. Rhtnehart. Alisa Longusew Rhoades. Mtchel Wankton Rtcctardello. Jean Wolcott Rtce Kelly Houston Rtcnardson, Debra Lynn Round Rock, Rtchardson, Ertc Lufkm. Rechmoncl, Ctndy Boerne, Rrckard, Davtd Bellane. Rzddel Chrlstme Johnson Crry Rtder, Ryan Fort Worth. Rzeger Leon E Jr Cameron Rzesz, Davtd Vtctorvu, Rvggs. Anthony Bryan Rtggs, Lee Tyler. Rtley. 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Peter Hwustun TX Romxnger, Stuart Hmokr dge TX Rorno, Deyanlra Qzwjerz TX Rooney, Wrllzarn Bun TI-I Roos, Marrm I Parr -Xrfhur T.'-I Roper, Brad llarr Tx, Roper, Kelly Bedltrrd TX Rosamond, Brran Ualbs TX Rosas, Brenda l. Bryon TX Rnsenbalm, Rebecca Coslege- Sm: Rf-senslem, Kern, San Anton ct T Ross, Chrrsropher James San -lr: Ross. Elkvns D Ray lfvry TX Ross. Robert Def R10 TX Rothell, Ten L Georgetour TX Rothmann, Mrke Pwr ,Nechas T,- Roubxon, Dawd Hnuston TX Rouse, Sharon Galveston TX Rousell, Beth Dallas TX Rowell, Davrd Fmt Worth TX Rozyckx, Tahl Houston TX Rudder, Denms Batman TX Rudesvll, Chrlstopher C Ctapa I Ruff, Thomas Dahs TX Ruflmg, Beth litmsrm TX Ruscher, Ann -Xpplemn lil Russell. Aprvl Rrft-sftftm TX Russell, Mrcket Summer TX Russell. Zane Pdrflamz TX Ryan, James College Star-on TX Ryan. Thomas Declurson TX Rychetskv. Regan Rnrszcrm TX Sabrsula, Karen Rrclvvwna TX Sadler, Ons Kan TX Saenz, Juan S1 -X'-ca TX Salanz, Thomas Houston TX Samelson, Robert Wharton TX Sames, Thomas Eagle Pas TX Samlleld, Emily Durham XC Samperx. Stephen G Houston T Students brave the elements on thelr mag, to class on a typical rainy day. 7l4 Juniors UNIORS Sanchez Drama Cv, Ms Urns! TX Sanders, Fanh Crvlfaga Sranon. TX 5 nderr, Klmberlx Dallas TX Sanders. Pamela R Lrmgweu-, TX Sanford, Robert Ruund Rock TX Sannago Joeg H Krllaen TX Na :ll-ws. lrene Corpus Chuan TX 'barwrmms Nlark P' Hvusrovr TX Qaucedrr Gaorgvna lfrvrsscamu TX Sauer Jax' Wrrvvberley, TX Saw Charles Jr Houston TX Sayre, Paula Hmohhrrs TX Scand Sher: Umor-a TX Stamardir Edward Heqrrre TX S-carbrmlgh, Henrl. L Huusufn TX Schrade, Krrsll Housron TX Schafler, Lisa Housrwv TX Schaper, Callie Huuslon TX Schatre Darlene Lhddlvrgs TX Schefllcr, Tren' Hnusron TX Schele Nlarvann Houston TX Schrnd Carhenng 5am .-Krvrmrwro TX Schrwd Gregfrm F: Worth TX bchmzdt Allsa L llmfrrcm TX Schmzdr Jack .sf -luglrsrma FL Snchrwdt Lu Ann Muodl. TX bc"e:de' Belsx Lrrlrege Sramm TX NS' fuer Cregr rx I ba" -'-.vmrnw TX Scrum Juhr.Gul-r.:c1r,um TX Scnrf-ter Ldurw E Ira Rm' TX Sfihuberl Arrranda .lluzrslwl TX ':cr..rerremr1nn Trent Tlrwzhaw TX Schulz, Sara Iver! TX Scmlze Allyn Bwnharvf TX 5-c'J.zf Hrfptranre Lewfgron TX -Q 1:5 Renate Huuslrlr: TX N msru Rand-. De R-fr TX 'vnwarta Amy Uuhs TX 'wcnmfrz Kerr. lm-rw TX ifm.1rzm:r, Ddxml lifmslwn TX SC' J.v,.': F-'lfrrlu Trng lqrkswr TX 5c'v,rrmr Ken Ffsmv TX Y rf : 1nl.'.f: ll 1151 -.rv TI-Q if rv flmrrl-rn. fur gd TX -.f rr Dr yr. l1M.udsHf TY-I 'Nirvl' Firfssiir-rw-Ll r,fr Hi TX rf.,-.lla 'nr ,1,rr r.f,r,lfl- Tn: .wg Plfrrr, 1 rr ku. Slruwn TPI K'wf.w. lump! 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Sian Do.'ir1s TX Shipley, Kathleen Honsrwr TX Shockney, Muchaei Rckauzsr ' TX Shoemaker, Mlchael K Usa' TF. Shrxro. Mxchael R.cnor:fsw- TX' Shruff. Jennifer Hoastw TX Shuler, Calhx kk"':a,es TY Shumbera Laorxe Wmzrlr, 'r TY Shur, Marc L1 w." I-ge Smrovr TX Slebrand! Jeff Haier: TY Sllxester Cvnthza .-'U "gin 'V Sumank Kevm 5 Ru. TX Slmcnk Madeline U.'.::n TY Slmcxk Mchssa H Tsfps fx. Simmons, Dawn Na.. C, U fx Simmons Thad rfooslw' 'X Simons. Julia Ewan TX' Simpson C Damse W .'.. sl ' TN Srmpfm sum o 'x Smanan Sant: Tr' Slppoia Lnxia Ng, r mfs . -A Swmsk. ILP: fha: 'N 5ka2a Hara: '.""I.: .' 5-krdrfiore N-:half 31: "J 'N Skomrwnek fhruguas "X Sk:-ur ek Nha Swv 'X Sharon. Donna 'fairs' fX Slaron Scan r1q-,srr-P TY Smaller. Chasers L' 15, -' 'X Smalluooc Pano A"g,.,xs: 'N Smevxa. Bran Ss, a fi, Smahex Sfxarla kLs.:lha"o'.: 'N Smmth, Chr-5 F'e"Ls4..-xx: TX 68 Life FIRST T ESDAY OF MO TH Current students and faculty are recognized at the special Aggie tradition of Silver Taps. he first Tuesday of every month marks a special tradi- ncn for Texas A8zM. It is the day of Silver Taps. Begun in 1898, the first Silver Taps was held for Lawrence Sullivan Ross with three rifle volleys in front of Old Main building. Today, Silver Taps recognizes any cur- rent student or faculty member who has passed away since the previous month. The ceremony begins at 10:30 p.m. when the Ross Volunteer Firing Squad march in a slow cadence into the plaza area of the Academic Building and give a 21-gun sa- lute. Afterwards, buglers atop the dome of the Academic building play '4Silver Taps" three times. No words are spoken through the ceremony but the respect and honor felt for the deceased students pre- vails. In Memory Bobby J. Adams Dale R. Bark David W. Bradberry Abdelaziz Gaaloul Javier Gutierrez Barbara J. Kurrus Joseph W. Swinney Travis D. Scribner Donald Ray Kvapil Ethan Wolfgang Krutsuiger Trea Hernandez David Ray House David R. Hedegard John L. Thornton Arthur J. Strom Mitchell M. Smithwick Scott Allen Woodward Christopher C. Holmans Richard P Beck UNIGRS Smtth Dee Ann kv -'antonzo Smztrl. Elvm College Statton. Smtth. Ertc Plano Srmth. Eva C Bryan Smrth. Frankle Elton Burleson Smtth. John Dax-td Hotuton Smtth, Kathleen M Del Rvo, Smtth, Katrrna Roanoke Srmth. Kevm Rlchardson, Smxth. Kxmberly Cor-pus Chrrstr, Smtth, Melanre Ann lrwng, Smrth, Mtchael Ofallon. Smtth, Monty Bryan. Smrth, Sahwn Fr Worth Smtth. Stacy Houston. Smtth. Stephanre Houston Smlth. Stephanre Shannon Athens, Smtth. Susan Shaun Dallas. Smtth. Suzanne Palescme, Smtth, Trmothy Houston Smtthwtck, Chrtsty McKtnney Snaufer. Mark Ktngu-ood Snooks. Budget Houston, Snow. Mrchael Houston Sola, Perry Houston. Sool-cma. lnez Dallas Sorrell. Shonna Frzendsuood, Sosa, Maggre College Stanon. Sossar-nan. Mark A Corpus Chnszl. Southard. Julxe Kllleen. Spachek. Joseph San Anzonto. Spahn. Lott Gonzales, Spawn, Meltssa Mount Pleasant. Specht, Charles Annauran. ll. Specl-ter, Sarah Eltzabeth lngleslde. Speer, Matt Dallas Spence, Krrstme Arllngton. Spence, Margaret Houston Spencer, Mark Arlmgtan, Spessard, Ktrk Dallas. Sptess. Mary Bnnham, Spxker, Lrsa Houston. Spoon, Mzcnael C Odusa, Sprtnger, Steven Greenr.-tlle, Sprass. Lance Waco Spurlock. Phrlltp N Plano, Staas, Rhonda Waco Stacy. Karen Abrlene, Stadler, Maurtce Houston Stafford, Dan Carrollton, Stafford, Debbte Auslln Stafford, Jenmler Houston, Slana, Charlotte Yoakurn Staha. Mary Yoalrum Stakes. Jesse .San Antonta Starter. Laurte Dee Corpus Chron Stanford, Dan M Jr Linden Stamcru, loana Houston, Stanley. Fred Troup, Stanton, Sm!! Rlcnardsort. 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Mrchael Houston TX Stoner. J Chrxs Amunllo TX Stoufflet. Mark Houston TX Stovall, Bryan Lee Dayton TX Stover. Vrrgrnra Houston TX Stravtck. John Ton-:ball TX Stremmel. Julxe .Spnng TX Strrttmatter, Karen Euless TX Stubreman, Wrllram Sturdevant. Joseph l. lll Cypress. TX Suazo. Jason Lake Jackson TX Suchochleb, Carolrne Houston. TX Sularman. Leyla Dallas. TX Sullivan. Gaylene Anne Keller TX Sullrvan, John Mrchael Houston TX Sulltvan, Krtk P Sugorfond. TX Sullivan. Patrtck Houston TX Sulllvan, Paul Houston TX Summers. Trmmy Waco TX Sumner, Kayanne Damn. TX Supak. Karen Lubbock TX 87 Diamond Darlings take a break between irlnlrgs at an afternoon baseball game at Olsen Field, Jzmiots 718 Juniors UNICRS l. -1 ,, ,, T , . ., ,f - , wr: susallla, Aglls mc lflaomla -, if gf' f ff ,af ' Sutron Carrle Klngulood TX ' A , ""' ., 1 Swandv, Colm Desoto, TX 4 Q- z: K "I Y 4 ' Smear, Jeff Parr Arthur TX xt 0- T ' 1: , Su-eel, James Roullelre, TX ,qw -wg' -- A , suomla, Laura vlflolla. TX ' , l Ag Swygert, Rebecca San Amonlo. TX 'X f Q " f I,-L 5 ll fl pf ' ' "' T A T Svler, Laura Alhens, TX f-- .3 'KF' 'ff f ' 'M Svlva. Klm Por! Lauaca TX v 'l I Tabor. Karen Georgelolrn. TX s nu :J 4-, G 1 'V El '7 ':5'. Tabor, Ronald Llnlllefwl Clll-. TX IT , 1 , . -M, I 3-' Tafllnder, Glen San Anronlo TX Y ' 4: V n 'Kr I , Tal, Wmg Cheong College Srurlon, TX M ' 4 -"' H" y-Lf, 35' V My Tllllelll, Blll Bob .wlawl TX -- ' V . , ' my X X f' ' 4 l , ll 'T ' Z Talley Chrlsry Lvnn Klngllood TX -I ,. j' , Tan. Carol College Srarlorl, TX ' I -Z, . 4 I' l " Tanner, Deldra Hursl, TX "fl .. .T 3 ,f C 2 gs 55 'C' Taranto, Brlan Houston TX F 1 "' i 1 Qf " Talplell, Jan llllls Polnl TX -- 1 " ' " 4 " ' ' ,A Tarrago, Arlel Lombard IL r r , ' W sg ' kv Tan-er, Robert Dallas TX . ' 41, 4' V V ' . 'Q' lf , ' M sf A ,- l . 52.54 ' f fy '-, 'f'f'5"f ' 7,77 Ziff Taulor, Carollne Beaumont TX 'i , '17, I 1-, , V 5 Taylor, Davld Lake' Jafksun TX T - T V T Tallol, Jay Tlllef TX 5 6, ,, 4 lg, .g ' 'A'-. TQ Q 2. Q -A 1 Taylor, Kerrl Sherman TX -1 -. 'V Q., ' , L 5, H E L- . Taylor Nancy comm TX ' ' fi' ' T L 'T' , 3 .A f Q ' ' ' Tavlor. Rlckey Dallas TX i W T ' ' , t" an Taylor, wllllelm Lupwle, TX -+2 9 V F f If ZL-:xl ki-111 ' :ff 'ls l ..-- .XJ 1 .-. . Telxelra, Joan Houslon TX Telg, Rlcky Calduell TX A Telschov. Kenneth Houston TX .3 at ,T 3 ,F -:Y ' :G h 3 Q Q Temple, Tammy Jucksonullle TX . 1 , V f , , -, Tennlscln, Jerry Orange, TX T V , -j - 1 wa Terrasa, Gla Houslon, TX i .X-' , X Terrell Carre A Dumas TX I , J 'M' f Shu . -- L ,. hl.h!!!' ':7,f75Z57 ,jf ' Z3?f-'fri' ' U f' Y ','.- Tfffll Jw. clalg san Angela TX ' "9" Tmm Ann College sllllloll, TX i ' ' ' ' - 1- h ' Tnarnes, Bretr Rockuall TX W T 'IZ " K Z zu I F: . 5 ,. -us gg Thane, Brlan Brlngham TX , L 'T H, A X .,.' 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Thomas, Patrlcla Augusta GA "L :L 5 1 Tlomas Srephanle Rlchavdsnn TX fl ' Trlffrlas Tamara Pasadena TX J ' I K , Tliurflas, Thorlda GlUdEuGIEr TK ,S Tllflmmln, Kelll Colman TX 0' T ' 0 B 'S 3 E . :T T Q Tllwles, clalg lflllng TX - ' F, - 1 ., . ff . -l T- , Cl Tllnmpyln, cal, llmlfln TX 5, X , , ' Thompson, Kelly Llllllus TX ' X' ' ' -' g 5 FZ, ' E Tnorrlpsfm Kendra Carlhagv TX I x Trlompsoh Kevln Houslon TX ' ' Thompson, Mark 93 is M 5. 3 9: 'b ax 3 f Thflnlpzml Stanley Gvenan, TX 4:9 'L Q Jfjg ' 9' T ' A ' 'T Tl.Waag,ls Karen Brownwood, TX ,f ' ' ' l Q5 ' T 1:1 T ' - Tllllfmfma full? emma, TX ' 1 2,,,,, "1.,,, P X X 4' Tll Ada Hnuslnn, TX E! J E . X f X ' Q' funk 42 -1 f .... ' ... l ' will fffllff llllk ' uv' 7 V, wg. ,':-far ' W- -5-N ' Tlrlrlev Tlrnolhy Overton, TX ', ' l"""I, hs WT' "I 1 Tlvllllf navel Fall Worth, TX , l Todd Bryan Edwfllds, CA .F - , .,. l -wr . f' ' ::- - '- " T044 chanel Edwalfls, CA P ' , T V , - el Q ' ,Q F Q. 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Q3 , ' 1 . if-'lf ., Si. 1- .- Makely '87 Junior corps members and their dates sing the Aggre War Hymn at midnight yell practice, Tolopka, Carl Houston, TX Tomasco. Joan Louuse Dallas TX Tomecek, Terrlll Taulor. TX Tomko. Karen Cmcmnazv OH Tompkms, Dana Mrdland TX Tornpkms, Jenmler Dullm, TX Tornpklns, Kam Housron. TX Tonn, Kelton C Houston TX Torkelson, Andrew Dallas TX Tovar, Amelra Corpus Chrrsn TX Townencl, Terence Tomball TX Townsend. John S IV Merkel TX Trabing, Mark Houston, TX Tramham, John Wichrra Falls TX Trammell, Enc W Grand Frame TX Tramuto, Pamela Dallas TX Trask, Muchael Housron TX Travxs. Sandra M College Stoner' TX Trenary, Julianne From Regs! X'-X Trcjaczk. Joann Enms TX Trostel, Todd Trulson. Tamella Collage S:.:r:Q'1 TX Trussell, Judy Lake .locks-'1 TX Tschoepe, Erwm lllurshoose TX Tucker, Cmdv Bedlwd TX Tuckerl Lanmng H Ewan TX Tumlm. Daxud Lledrharbsrq- TX Turner. Judg Pasaaam: TX Tull, Bryan Holster- TX Tyler. Brenda Stn -1"rP1'1 TX Ubernoslix. Wrlllam Pai' Pars TX Uhcr, Yrclor Gzagiiwr TX Ulrrch. Pamela S'5..a'w:-rg TX Umphres. Allen Imax.: TX Umphres, Kczrh in-,wg TX Underbrml-l. Ann D: Q TX Underwood. Lemme Dcsstn TX Llmre, Rosane Lax: jscrscs TX Urbam, Greg Curr-srcr' TX Usrx. Brll Da.'5.1s Tx Vaallc. Marrbeth Ms.-K 'ef TX Valenta, Katherzne fear-gcroxm TX Jumor 720 Juniors UNIGRS Verlage. Valngura, Sharon Caldwell, TX Valle. Gerard San Antoruo. TX Van Horn, lsabel College Sranon, TX Vanclyke, Laddxe Alum. TX Vargas. Judith Austxn. TX Vargas. Socorro College Sranon. TX Varner, Kevrn Houston. TX Vaughan. Phyllns Pogue Kenedy. TX Veech. Kelly Bryan. TX Vela, Peter San Antomo. TX Vela. Wauqumn Edmburg TX Venghaus, Mark Houston. TX Lorena Abigaxl Gonzalez. Tarn Mexlco Vernon, Scott Englewood. CO Vrcla. Margle lrumg. TX Vngil. Ricky Nrxon. TX Vlllarreal. Josela Edmburg. TX Vnllarreal. Martm Fr Dauus. TX Vxllarreal. Ronnie Houston. TX Vines, Chrls Peorra. IL Vnnson. Analisa Coolidge. TX Vitro. Thomas Denton TX Vogrm. Paula De Sato. TX Vokey. Colby Dallas, TX Vongonten, Bill Bryan. TX Vos, Carl A Weslaco. TX Vrana. Bryan College Stanon, TX Wachel. Debbie Humble, TX Wagner, Amy Greenuulle. TX Wagner. Cheryl Houston TX Wagner. Davld Lancaster TX Wagner. Karen Kay McKznney. TX Walker, Cynthxa Shreveport, LA Walker, Julrann Dallas TX Walker, Laura Plano TX Walker. Lisa Dallas TX Walker. Mark Dallas TX Walker. Steve Mesqmte. TX Walker, Wendy Ruhl Sprmgfreld. VA Walkup. Davxd Bryan, TX Walla. Donna Waco. TX Wallace. John W Austin Wallace, Krxstm Dallas TX Wallace. Mark San Anznmo. TX Walstead, Laura Baytown, TX Walter, Jeffrey B Dallas TX Walters, Charles Dallas. TX Walton, Nucol Mrdlorhlan. TX Warmann. Rae Ann Odessa TX Warren, Melxssa Gmesuflle. TX Warwas. Pamela Yorkie-um, TX Warzecha. Mxchael Corpus Chnstt. TX Waters. Jeffrey Allan College Slanon. TX Watlnxns. Geal Sprmg, TX Watson, Karen Katy. TX Watson, Stephen Hfllsboro. TX Weaver, Melmda Lagrange, TX Weaver. Simone Houston, TX Weaver. Suzanne Austm, TX Webb, Candy College Slatvon, TX Webb, Judy College Stanon, TX Webb. Tracey Alum, TX Webster, Susan Corpus Chrrsu. TX Weems, Rhonda Baytown. TX Wegenholt, Amalna Eagle Lake TX Weidner, Marla Houston, TX Welnhenmer, Ed El Campo. TX Welsbrod, Ed College Statlon. TX Wexse, Dale -San Angelo TX Wexse, Terrell Thorndale. TX - 4 44" ,T it S A 1- ,I 8 I 5. Q of ggi ,, - 2 l 1 Z , I - ', fly, ff . 0 W, , 'fi ,.--L ff- - :- f- L -1: ,' 4 -i. .. 'W " "" ' 1 "' 4 if : VM' V V 'Q ,xr H I ' ff, 1 J , - . f fx 1" r T if 4. A i . ,V fgf? 'bv' ' r--ff b ' . L Ellie 5 Q1 .1 f Z, ina W! rwffifzf V . We 1 f , .W U :Mi 'ff 1' ll' , ' 4' T- 'F . Q V, . agile . Y ' Zyl' Zf' I I 1 ' 1 41 .. V f f f .V 1 J V f 61 2' L , . 1' A 9 :Q f ' l'f"" Q , , ' T 7 'K , -3:2 . I 1 V V , f -1: ,U LY, -J w " 5 ' F A "f " . fa 'fl '7-L-:sf ma' K 3 T. 9' Q 'ffl' A1 ' A. x f ,, . . ' -1 ' " " ' ' 1' I .J 'Qu ' he l . 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Wetter Kaylyn Cam-ae Ti-I Wheat, Cindy Easr and T.". Wheeian. John Bryn' TX Whellon. Kewn .Selbrcor Whital-ner. Greg Deer Puri' White, Douglas Pfam-ieu TX TX TX White. Janet Deer Fwi TX White Lgrin l1'e5t'.:ke l'.'u White. Susan Texas CJ3, Whitehead. Stephen Herd T., Til: vv T, T., T Je LA e Whiteley. Jim CQ age Srszx Whxthelc, Das-ad Ty er TX Whitley. John Dafa TX Whitley., Carolgn Da as T. '-4 Whittington, Karen Parry.: Whitrlesley, Rancle. Gwwzu-f Whituorth. Cecilia H-1' -r' ,ft Whitworth Kathleen Euro: Wick. Lawrerzce Hierzai Ce Wickel. Willie Laporte TX Wiesner, Edward Haig TX Wiest. Debra .-ingertw TX Wilcox. Harold Segun TA Wilcox. Scott .Nfe :ssc TX Wilde, Randg Ltsae TX Wilder, Mari, .lane Sys' Williamson, Dauid kk Ln: Wilkinson. Garart.: XM Q: Wilmnson. Gordo: L Cu Wilkinson, Stuart Sfycr TX 6 J 'N Willemin, John l.1a.da TX f i T M TX .X U., TX X .X 1N:Z:' X Ty x Members ofthe Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity support the Aggie football team at the Arkansas game in Kyle Field. :E Junzo 722 Juniors UNIORS Wtllzams, Heather 5 Houston Wxllxams. ,l Scott Plano. Wzlltarns. Knox T San Anronto. Wxllnams, Lane Canton. Wril:ams. Lrsa G Orange Grove. Wxllrams. M Arp Wxllnarns. Rand Duarte. Wrllrams. Vvckre Zapata. Wtllnamson, Clare Trumbull. Wrllnamson. Denusa Conroe. Wnllxs, John Thomas Dallas. Wtllls. Kim Harker Heights, W:lIman. Momca Corpus Chnstr. Wrlls. Craug College Stanon. Wrlrnmgton. Mrchael R Lubbock. W:lson, James Laurence Houston Wtlsan. Kylon Arlmgton. Wtlson, Marcy Burleson. Wtlson, Marty E Sumter Wrlson, Melinda Pzlot Pomt. Wrlson. Robert Lawrence Dallas Wtlson. Russell Rtchardson Wtlson, Stelame Pasadena Wrmberley, Laura A Houston. Wtmer. Andre Odessa. Wm-Amer Jenmler San Antomo. Wm. Mop Z Duncantnlle Wrndbzgler. Katherme Bloomrngron. Wzndrzam Barbara Dallas V-'znlrele Davxd Houston lktnkrei Lorrame Round Rock Wmnslou.. Joseph D Houston Wtse, Txm Houston Wxttlg. Mrchael K Freeport Wzxom. Mark Houston Woelle. Tummy Kngsr.-gl.'e lA.",ttor .James E Bryan Wall Danna 51rDade Wail Melong Houston Wall. Mtchael Cuero Wong. Constance San Anranvo Wong, Derek Houston wang Prrscvlla frausm lAJnrg, Raal E Da'Cas 'Ama Ama .San Angelo V12-yd Chrrstopner Ctereland Wfrf-a Pump D l?ucku.al.' Wand, Sandra Lulkrn Wuod Wendell Stamford Vfzozzccn Jcnatnan Cfrlege Stanon Wzofls llrnmy Pall Waco Vhndward Jul Lake Jackson Vfwf:-.Marti Lme A Lerngton Vmolen Tanya Arlfngton Vmrd Tarnw Frances l,-mhorl Wftnq Todd De M110 Worm. Cam 'hr gn' Bren fra -egv Stanton 'wr gr! James E ll Pasadena 'Ja grt Patr.c.a 'nr Antanr, W' Qfv F1 Lane Huusmn 'Jmnme Slsartnv league Cay Wlrtz Dlana Boffrnv 'huzmcn P-law Eryart lhrrrmr, Suez, Tum Cr, Wyfr lerra. 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X. .. , , Zaeske, Jeannme EQ .:' " 7 - ' 1 Q. .W 'x V , e 3 ,,k , 1 S ..1gr1x1.nQ..uasrn....s.. . . 0 w " ' '9 'S ' Zamzousr Kem rwf are-S ix , - Q- , . ' 's , ' ' - If ' Zane, 5rAdAe5 CCTA fn' " 'X K7 l X 5- - , lane, Reber! firms 'f""" 'X I I ' I . laroskx, Bruce D C.:"'e'd" 'X' -5 X . 7 Wim De"n's C' ex' CN' N' 'X ? If-Q X V -an , M, ....,. , f . Zeutler, Lxsa Ann -XL.s::'- TX fi 1' 3 .6 5' " ' ' 5 3' Y? Znnrnerrnann, Darrel. Sn Anson-J TX , , 2 Zunke, Krishna Pune TX , y x h xx Znoy, Mar-ca San A'-ron.-r TX Q !x I , 1 v Zrno. Michele Daifas TX f 3 . ' -,' l' S Zwavne, Al: 891' Lum: TX Q 0 'x A1 ' l'. ' '87 Juniors 723 Class of '86 President: Mark Feagins Vice President: Kristi Sherrill Secretary: Wendy Cochrane Treasurer: Jay Maust Social Secretary: Dan Smith Historian: Brian Temple Ring Dance: April 26, 1986 Graduation: May 9 and 10, 1986 Class Gift: Silver Taps Memorial Graduating seniors celebrate with Sul Ross Seniors 725 in-In '74 Xa X5 f X if , Qx -X ,gf , X yi!- 'iw' gg xii .fxixxs m xe A .-'r-' xx fun. 1 -xv S32 f , A Y- ' " 33", I,- R 'T The Ross Volunteers give a 21-gun salute to commemorate deceased Aggies, Life 69 SE IORS ge 'r-n r I Abborr Frank 13 Jr Lmgnea TX l Atrdman. Henrg Carnage Slarzan TX U 2 A Q 7 f K Abendschaln. Wllllam San Anronlo, TX ' V 4. - js 3 K Abernathy Jeff Hlfnardson TX 'Z ' 4 A 'F ' ,, Y. ' Abner. Calm Alan, TX g, -.W Y , ' Abney. Llsa Conroe TX " Abraham. Douglas Dunwoody. GA Abrahamson, Erlc Seabrook TX A 1: Abramson. Rlenee Houston TX D ' Abugartas. Ellzabelh, Houston. TX Y" 'T 15' 5 . A "Tl as os G : Ackerman. Frank Arnarlllo. TX w, f .1 1 . JE jf, Ames. slfphsme Plano TX -,Q X , Adm. Rebecca-Holman TX ' N 1 A 9 1 Adalr. Sheryl Decatur. TX 1 Q C-I T, I 4 x. 7,1 ,Q , Adame. Jessle College Simson TX 4 f, M Adamek. Nancy Brenham TX A ,F 3 '- - I S G 6 gh .- Adams, Cralg Housron. TX I " T ' " - ' 1' 2 3 Adams. Dana Rockuqall TX - -:1 ' Q , 'u it - i " Adams. Jon Langvlell. TX 5 ...r 5 ,Xi f... , T I Adams. Joseph Houston, TX 4 I F, l L 1" , Adams, Lorl Port Neches. TX l S TM T ll 1.1, 7. Adcock, Avery Marshall. TX U ff r 1 f f , Adcock. George Davld CS, TX gr -I 17 -1- N , l ' Addlsun, Lawrence l G' T . " 7-' '42 -Q '3 3- Afgnanl, Syed M Housron. TX 3 ' ' .cf 7 I ' , SK Z wx ' QQ, Agee. Davld Cypress. TX ,ann I I .M K' , A Agee. Jeanne Houston TX V , , x 1 " Agerm. wrlllam D ill Burleson. TX - ' ' - l j ' l T 1 5 . . - L .- 'ai NL' 5. X L ' 31 V, qf. ,'r':1.7 - fi, .-Z 4: , ,,,, ,FE I Agullar. Vlctor Guatemala ' K7 L if ,T A .. Agalrre. Gabnel San Anlonlo. TX 53: - - "sf v Ahlers. Rlch Waco TX g 3 2' 'A T A? S5 , 6- "' Ahlflnger, Jana Duncanullle TX :ll is , - Q- 1 R 1 v' 1 Ahlgren. Dlanne Portland TX ' Q v- 5 . Alanls, Momque Houston TX ! I' I I P Alb?TI. Cheryl Lvharron TX I Albrlghr. Grant Houslan. TX I, Albrlgh! Paul sugar Land, TX , .Q Q 1 Alder. Lmaa Bryan. TX 7' an v- Va "T - 3 " Q 0 Alflnfn. Rouen D san Amana. TX LQ 2? , Q A ? gf, gg s . 5. Aldrldge Anna Marne Phoenlx AZ Q., N' xv' Amandef. Jennller lllllsbaw TX X . T ' Alexander, Russell Naples. TX T ' 5 . ' N f' "1 New ' Alexander. S Dense Mr Pleasanl TX ft . Allard. a Lee IV calaaell TX b Ji Al.. Dernse lrlfnufdsan. TX 'Z I 0 "5 sz r.. ec f no 1- 2: 9 1,1 . 5' All. Steven Sprlng TX 1 V . 1 Q 1 I - Q ' Q I .Q 4 f L, . ' Allneln rlalalle mama TX , , r X' '1- Alma-1 Douglas Bay my TX - ' l I " 'N Allen. chlck Mldlund. TX r V K, K. , . ,V '-1 MM l . 1 ,T l -. - Aller.. .mm ,San .Amana TX ' ' Alla.. mn M l-loumf. TX Q fnrbw,k.Jal1r. Mm Plano TX f , 71' 49 " ' fe T ' ' 4 G g Alslor. Mlcrmlparfnflllul TX Rig 4 'V , . '- ' . Anrwse Gary C Lullege Slallan, TX 'Q ,f , Y X A r.,lMdQ. Elma 0 ,sm Juan. TX ' U l I 5" . l-. -Tama. Laumm D sw. Anlama. TX , Kg' "' l ' ' .4 '55, fm ,J-. F. .vaio Oscar l. Dan Juan TX In 'V jg fr fl P Ll nfrllw alarm. TX 2 ' Q' Zeer. Zur. An:-Wa TX Q in rl 'I ' I , 1 1' 7 0 Gnr- Ty.-3 ' l ,1rWlc.ly TK -.- N , ,Q-, h. Q 1 , :rr-a' Karr TX wb A 4- T' ,e ,Q lfln, 71 l ' , me rx J AV. FEW' r . .V , ' f Aria 2 V f1f.4re-Nara ' ' ..' - 7 4 , an Q 4' " . Andrlrm, . ' , " 'Y I x . ' 1' .' K, Andrus Pa" l T T A-A X . Y, 1, I Angel. Low A ' si l. Angersteln, Jacque xl: . V fl I' T A , ' "lil fly Q . f xg-I4 0 l g 1 l - I 1 726 Seniors PUR ww -,ae N , xl a A X. W 31", ' t' ' 6 5 at 5 A X: lv r allxv, l .N Q V 71 W' G A- v A iv Q V x ., - . .Ll YH,-FA -fr gg M , r l .R ,S Q - l .A . l -'. .' 'lah 'Y xr? we--r-'asf' W-'v A flr, ii ,Q T4 3? .-1345 rv.-, Y - I , 5 jk fl :"12u.". s f ' 1 - in .' Q 5- ,9 K s K ' - s rl lx l mei - ' X214 1 " , "' ' 0. v-11 I? ' Q", V, W 5. ,f . K l 1 2. Hr 'R--'-fri. 'Q 7 s E 1 K 6 Q- I t V' v -N f. on 1 1 N is - , - A .fi 1' V f-3' if . rss ry" X ' ' 'il' 5, - - fu- "' ' 'N x as X , Makely Arca, James Bedford Tff Archulela, Carlos El Fw, TX Arguello, Norman Houslan TX Armstrong, Randy Haasrun TX Armstrong, Robert Eryurv TX Arnold, Carrie Clyde TX Arnold, Roy 'Rrmball TPI Arnst, Jeanette Marlon TX Aromel, Keith Corpus Chrrsll TX Arredondo, Ingrid lions:-sr TX Artz, Margaret Housron TPI Ashby, James Kevm Carrllage TJ-Q Ashmore, Gary Dallas TX Ashmore, Kendall Robert Hausrarv ., 'Jana 'aux Ashton, Holly Houslun TX Askew, Deeclee Arlrngran TX Askew, James Cameron TX Askew, Kruk Texarkana TX Askew, Nita Richardson TX Athxns. Robert Mvddlebam .NIA Aubuchon, James Cyprus TX Aurora, Sarbm San Anrama TX Ausere. Leigh Ann Dallas TX Autrey, Dann L San ,-'lngalu TX Avra. Greg Kmgmood TX Axum. Marc Unvuerslu C115 TX Aycock, Susan Beaumam TX Ayers, Debbie College Starrwv TX Ayoub. Debra Bryan TX Ayoub, Joyce College Slulson TX Bachnk, Brnan Waco TX Badmg, Todd New Braunfels TX Bagert, Donald Bryan TX Baggerly, Melame Brnarr TX Baggs, Gene E Roanake TX Company B-1 raises centerpole for bonfire on October '86 T."f Seniors SE ICRS 728 Seniors 24 f rl ef" V-3 5'7" 557' X f Wf ' " A r A 4 uerrmrr TX ffl .. , 'f.2:r'- ' 'ffm f, if f ' Ba. ne., D tn, A Q ,M V, ,fi 1,10 V f Barley. Danlel Corsffcana. TX I I I 1 . Ziff f, '94 Barlrt, Gregory Frrrr worm. TX qi: " Q 41" 7 In V, 4 47 05 4' Batletg. Marc Pttlsburgh. TX ' D I "" f"," . . Q4 , Earn Betsx' nrrrlrrrrd, TX Er, 1 "' ' 'T ' l Bame Gr2Qorx Clrrls Bcaurrronl, TX X V ff . Bmfreld, Byrnn Hlrrrsrm. TX 2 ,J -T I NK ' Barra, Jrrrrlvlarflrk Plano, TX I My 1 'Q Baker, Barry Dallas, TX P' i ' . iff? ' Baker. Dennls College Smrlon, TX 3 I Ay- 0' if , 3 g ' ' 3. V 'Qs G. Baker. Ktmberly Cypress. v ,bi Q' 1 J? X 0 gg, -rr-I Baker, Mark Ausrtn, TX -' I .. ' ' I 2 Balentlne, Joe Alvarado, TX I I f A ' V' , " if '- Ball, Thomas Andrews. MD , Q.. K I , yffl j I , r.r.r..-- rm, r 1 . - .?3'rf:2,-A ' M271 " A ' Ballard, Barry Depnrl TX ' ' ' 1 ' 1-iz Balls, Lamberto Bum nsllllle TX ,r f' 1 -. , I t ' Balllnger. Brvan lltmsrnn TX 6' ?. -gg! : rg- A :D Y 17 I - -5 f -Q N Q 3' Balrrg, carrtrrrw R Brlorr, Ms A ,M . I rf Tj 2 ' 1.,, Bane, Steven Ktrk College Stallon 'IX 'as D T T747 - . V :Eli Barrrrfld. Danna rwrorlrre, AR 'T' ZA' 1 f 5 ,qv 5 ' Barbler, Yvette Houstan TX A' 'VI , . 5' I, V ,. I r ' ,rf 9 '--ff if .A , . A - .- . r , . . .V L14 ' V WW' Z95fff3 A . , ' Z 1 ,, , X:-1-' .125 L ' '1 . ' f" . r", Barcuch, B Bruce Kllleen. TX ., , 4 4732 Z l"f'r'j 5 . t' Barger, Rrrlrard Perrrvn GA ' ff Q W , " 2 ' 1 , Barker. Brlan Scott San Marcos TX mr W' ' ' La " A' ' T.. -6 Q." 4? I 6 Q Q, at -, , ',- " ' , Barltrs, Arthur Lrberry TX th Y 1, ', 5314, 10 , r . .31-,N Barluu. l.tlrr1ellR Collsge Starlon TX 22,0-, T :L 'I i ,I r fi, I I Barnett, Joy Temple TX ,, f S A .4 , ' lx Barnett. Ttm Tamball. TX A fi' fl l , wiv ' 4 f' 1 1 1' 'J 1 . A A W 1 A 1 1' Bamrtart. Kathy San Arrtonlo TX . 7 , X 5" 4, .r " riffs. 11- Barnlck. Dlana Robsrown TX 'fl ' . ' 2 Barragart, Robln Lapaz Bollula. SA fin 5 . 'Q ,, 'l -, , 11 Barre, George D Yoakam TX l I f , W i F, 5 V N , 4 vm V I T 9 r Barrera, Ruta Brnulnsutlle, TX f ' 'CT' I T Barret, Becky lrulng TX Ar ' lx. -'t A , Q Barrer Davtd Hmguood, TX 4 f k L L is 1 1 ' ' 1 Q ,. l , . f ff ,, -1 3:1 r aarrrrlr, Brr1dlrfyT Garland TX 1 11- X 1 - ,f . Barr 1,1 vlrrrrarl c..llr1.,r1slrrrrr.n TX 'v-rf' ' Brrrrrrrr Mrguel L.1rrrrrrlArrrf-rrra u , 'xi ' I , 3 ' " " ' 4 S 17, 1' g 1 Barron Thrrmrn llatlsmrl TX 54 . 'f 5. .. ' fa 'Tx ' 1 , - ' 1: 1 -. . Bartlett Jlrlw Hrwrllg TX gf 'rf , 'C Q - 11 1. A Bartfrrr. Gary lloustorr TX Rh" ZW! a , - Bdrrr Amt., Arrrlrn TX ! A lk A 4, 7 . N. ,x 1 "l' S ., 4 V 5 f i "" ' B?1SQl1CF,l"l-ark Dallas TX 'A 1 I I " , .wr A 5 larrrrlrr rural lmlrrrr ,f ,-.541 Q ' 3 B tt J Trl TY T: " ' 'T ' 7' ass? rana L er , .1 n- fn 2 6 ,V L - ,J 1: Z ,, kc 1 5. 2 Emarsfn, l.1,retl.r llrlllslrrrr TX ur .f Q " 44:23 Q , .. l .- - " . 'An U , I Eaamtacn Genera-l Vlrtorla TX ' Q? L., A ' T7 C' 1 ' 'lr ,lv Barzrlr Mrfhcll rsrwrr TX ' - V , ,jg r I ,3 rf ' , 3 entry Trrl tzrrrrn TX 'V Af.. 1, A Banter, Allen raryrrrr TX f -.LW 1 , anew, Holly rtrrmrdwr TX , ' 1 ' U W' , f 1 ' arrrrr Prrrrrcr plrrrm TX A r' . A JA , 1, qt. gr ' -,A ,gf 0 .5 gt Bea. Gregory W Houston TX 2- 1 hw ' - 11 .I hi ' ,,. Beal. rm rlr llrrurtw TX 7' 1 'C ' '.g,, f' ' .' ,ri ,E T ' - ' S'- Bear Ltfsllrf Sherman TX 11' A ' I ,fa J, ' , 1, ' I h 1 ' ram Ddvrd .werlr PA V: - ' ., 7'-t ' ,. ' l, 4 4 A r g 1,1H,.- ,.j,,j?1f. i x 1 1 'l f ? E . r- Mr- 4 f ' . 1 t - ' V frzff' . ' ,r.-,:--y1:r111r:,r . 11-f-- 1 . . ar lr f,1,rl.1rr.1,Slalrrrrr TX Z 6 1 44 ,W I . X. ' f :wld -,free rzrrfr lrwt ,'.rrtrrr,t1,flrf5 LA ' X ff! j l 'rar- ' F-Ag.: lr llrrrlrrrrr. TX , 44 " ,I ,Q f f " 9 Q Q.. , Ffllwllfryarr TK ahfgfff- ,I lf" , N 1' f r'r-r flrrfrlrrz LA Q I 9 1 , at-v sf 1 rw. r1r,1rrr 7:15 it Y?-ar ' ',,. A AWN, 1 ,,,7f7fr I, jf 1 rf ng , . I l 5, fr l r rt l ' 'WQQW 'T T LQQA1 - '-rig' '- 66 5- l r -T' '52, ,, - GR S- ni- .- v -2- 3, 5, 1 r k 44 . ' 3 Lf- . 1 - Beck Trrr if ' ' , 1 F' ' 'Z ' I N Q 1' ty f ' Beck, Katt .- ' f '1 '- I , Y' . N j T I Beckett Sl. :' 'l X- V, l r :Ar , lr it -r J - fl ffl A . -.-. .4- ,J-"', xg. Is 5' - N-4-U-u.. " 'vlt' 3 . . A 7 -Q . , . - i hr 1 ,NL--X- 'Es ,. 1 When Sprung ttrst comes to Texas A8LM, students can be seen all around campus sttttng 'ff f- "'-2 Y' "--- : ' .1 J-,-7' n' x'-.1 ' - 'Y 5-4-gf-g'+'4E-4 ,gy - - in - - 1-443+ N ,g -. L-Eff: :- E out on benches and on the grass, soaktng up the sun. R Beckmgham Jacqueiane L-.V vga 5 f TX Bedttck, Nlatjorme l'x'sa"v13f TY AA 'c C ' 7 T .?4 g-' "' ' A? " Behea Denrtzs .Nfempns TX' Y ,- 'V 47 eg, 4 4 , , ' Behrens. Jon Temps 'Y 1 s ,f Belew, Angela E Care 5: of TX ' Bell, Scott DJ 'L TX '. , at Bell. txmrttam Rm.: tw ll lf 3 U K2 3. V Bellens Martha Bets' l Belietzlle, Thomas T, 5 'X' -2 " 5 42' .v - I I Q 8 1, ,: Bellruchatd,Susan R YY ' L :Z -r BenfAl:, Amer Uv age i ,K 5 X 5- K ' .'.-'Q Benedtcto Vvrgtnza fR"::'. Q TY V t X - K' V : ' X .' xx Bennetts Snattse R Ct: age 51:1 J' TX X 45-W " 4 ' g '54 V, ,fl 'W Ai' 1 Benner, Cart E C.:"'p: TX ,. X 1- ,...f' 1 . . .ill nt. I - 's ' X Bennett, John P: A Tk ,A " X 1 Bennett, Patncva A Snaw-1' 'X 5 "' X in 4 .- v 5, as .x , cf Q 1: 1' "1 1: Bennett, Sandy Enogrsn TX . I 4 i V Bennett, Susan Eng' - x ' '- X 1 - ' 4 - ' . 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TX . , . - ' X X Brodrrrorr, wrnrsrrr Houston TA I- ,fg r YS I - r X, I jf, x Y ,- o xi Brooks, James R Atnlene T. K " 4 ' r, '-.'Qg:' , 1, l s 0 a I Y B ' X ,, Brooks, Juno Goorgoroon rx if 4 li ,A Brooks, Randy Joshua, TX 7 1 " ' 7' 9 " 3- Un G Brooks, Soon Lorrrsorllo rx v . 4 - , ,Af A Brooks, wrurorrr E Plano TX 'f X y .Q Brotherman, Pam Dallas TX '- , " Brougham, Kulkanda San .mono rx ' 3' Broun, Alicia Kvnguood TX l ' ,, E xi ' W' ' Broussard, Paul Bryan TX f 1 Brown, Barry Dmlon TX . as -3 1 - , 9 If 3 :K ri: 'Q 6 U , 7 ' " ' Brown, Buster College Slanon TX .31-I - ' 1- ' 1 ' , Brown, Calherme Rachurdson TX N , ' l , ' v 5 , Brown, Choa D Needham .ua , F! lf" - ' Q l Brown, Darxl beabfook TX li rx S. ' 1 ,, Brown, Errr u.'r.'roo cr B-Mifb fsillll ' 41 .z- X . Six .geo N . :QQ . A, .QQ - ,403 mk m g -. ik: V Q NSW.-r. X :B - .ks Nlwixd-. . , N Children of all ages enjoyed the games at the MSC All Nite Fair Saturday. N -C .E March 8. Sims Sa SE IORS 732 Seniors Brown. Gretchen Grapeland Brown, Kerry Krngu-ood, Broun, Krrstm College Sratron. Brown, Lea Houston. Brown, Ltanya Dallas. Brown, Mark A Rrchorclson. Brown, Matthew Austm. Brown, Merldrth Houston. Brown. Paul Austnn, Brown, Rrta Jo DeS0t0. Brown, Stepham Arlrngton. Brown, Teresa La MUVCIUZV Brown, Wayne Lamar Del Rlo. Brown, Ken W Lmdale. Brownlee, Donna Port Arthur. Broyles. Carolyn E, Tyler, Broyles. Laura Tyler, Broyles, Mrtzr Beaumont. Brumfxeld, Ken Hurst, Brundrge, Marc Grand Pravne. Brumck, Brenda Texas Clty. Brunnemann, Robxn Valde. Bryan, Derdre Corrvgan. Bryan, Margaret Houston, Bryan. Susan Montgomery, Bryant, Heather Dallas. Bryant, Scott Houston. Buckaloo, Carolyn Houston, Buell, Wendy Rlchardson. Buford, Thomas Mt Pleasant, Bulllon. David Arlington. Bullock, Wxlltam Houston. Bunt, Brlan Longuteul. Burchers, Dana Round Rock. Burke, Cheryl Bryan. Burke, Toby W Freeport. Burkett, E Lynn Canyon Lake. Burnett, Steven Lewrsuulle. Burnette, Lee Rzchardson. Burns, Glenda Sealy. Burrus, Robert College Stutlon. Burton, Barbara La Grange, Burton. Joan Waco. Bath, Luann College Stauon. Butler, Chen Wortharn. Butler. Rebecca Bryan. Butler, Wlllram Portland. Buttery, John Llono. Buttgen, Jefl Rockwell, Butts. Katherrne Houston. Buzard. Jeanme Innng. Byxngton, Demse Lrttleton, Byler, Cherte New lberua. Byrd. Laura College Statuon. Byrd, Stacy Galueston, Byrd, Steven Dallas. Cade, Mrchael Deer Park. Cadrgan, Meg Dallas. Cam, Grnger .San Angelo, Cam Tammy Bryan. Cagacon, Klm Arlmgton, , r rr P College Statvon. fer, Coltege Stotlon. r 4 lmly. Calho. ,,.,.,,, Callahan, L Calla-1. , 35 ez, I ' v- A f' ff' ' KJ' ' . 3D 4 i 5, -Q ,, ff 6 fa 'YV , 1 VJ' ' x X . +4 . , . Q- W ' , 4, joe, 142:-.I 1 'K ij : , 4 rf' f -, 4, ' Q J ' g ' , . l 4' ' . " 'Z 7' " L . 1 ,itfgfs :A-1 1, '55 'I ul L M ,f .- ' 'V 1 7 If ff , 'X If 'f , ' f 1 9, 6 our, - gf", M -- fy. -on ur' We 2 .. 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TX Canton, Lori Smton TX Cannata, Anthony C Houston, TX Cannon. Jeffrey Round Rock TX Cantieri, Cathy M Galveston, TX Cardenas. George A Jr .San Antonzo TX Canker, Kevin Carthage TX Carmichael, Steve .-1r':ng-ton TX Carnero, Linda Houston, TX Carnes. Amy Bat-term. TX Carpenter. Brian Houston TX Carpet. Lon Houston TX Carr, Lori New Carrey TX Carr. Mart .Nlrdlqnd TX Carr, Sharon Houston TX Carrell, Theresa Hotazcn TX Carrizal. Maria E M M.:-View TX Carruil. Kim L Mesquite. TX Carmil. Susan Fmadena, TX Carson, Staci Cleburne. TX Carstens. David Rrtzhtzrdscn. TX Carter. Da-nd Ft ithrth. TX Carter. Donna Baby. OK Seniors T33 S 734 Seniors IDRS Carter, Jen San Angelo Cartwrtght. Mary Munday, Carturtght. Thomas J Sprtng, Carver. Roger Bryan. Casao, Steve El Paso, Casarn. Jorge Houston, Casas, Irene San Anronro, Casey, Crrs Farrlreld. Casey, Damel J Ktngulood, Casey, Greg llouston, Cash. Cary Lyford, Cash. Davud Mmden. Cash, Elame Mmden. Cash. James Dekalb. Castrllon, Javrer Del Rro, Cato, Chester Jamunro Cattana, Sher: Corpus Chnstv Cayard, Mrchael S Houston. Cazares. Arda L McAllen. Cervenka. Ann Dallas, Chalkln. Karl College Statron. Chambard, Leslxe Vvrtorra. Chambers. Mark Houston, Chambers. Randy Conroe. Chambers, Robert Cz Mxssourt Ctty, Champxon, Kyle Odessa Chandra, Ayey Grand Frame. Chaney, Melxnda A Lrberty, Chapman, Peyton Tyler. Chauvtn, Todd Houston, Chavez. Jeffrey El Paso. Chelmo, Karen Waco, Chen, Vrrgrma Houston, Cherry, Donna Plano. Cherry. J Krrsten Houston, Chesak, Grna Dvckmson. Chesley. Steven East Corvnth, Chtlcoat, Davxd R Tehuacano. Chiles, Chrtsty Overton, Chun, Pamela Ausnn. Chmn. Lloyd S Edna, Choi. Var Man Corpus Chnstt. Chanoles, Robert El Paso, Chayce, Karen Houston. Choyce. Lora D Arlrngton. Chrlstlan, Peter A College Station. Chrxstran. Steve llouston. Christy, Craxg T Fort Worth, Church. Ttmothy Carrollton Cucherskr. 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Q ' 1 : -4 'f p- v w f- : '4 - : '- ,L ., ' K ' " 5 -4 ' Z-1 'i ' f ,-2 T' C 2 1 -4 -Q gf T2 5' 74 ' F N R, 5. I Q 1 if f ' " --3 N4 1-1 3.1 x A 2. :-L if' P? v Lane '86 Coomes. Susan M flwurtw. TX A sunny day at Aggieland creates alittle art on the steps of Rudder Semors f35 70 Lite 8zM TR DITIGN CO TINUES iw Dver 300 Musters were held worldwide this year with approximately a half of them in Texas. f there is an A8zM man in one hundred miles of you, you are expected to get to- gether, eat a little and live over the days you spent at the A8cM College of Texas." This was a message in the March, 1923 Texas Aggie which later developed to what Aggies know today as Muster - a reunion of Aggies all over the world to have a roll call for any student or former student who has passed away since the previous year. A living comrade always answers "Here" for the individual during the roll call to show they are not forgotten. Since the early 1900's, Muster has been held on April 21, the anniversary of the battle that won Texas' Independence. This year marked a special day for this anniversary since it was Texas's 150th year of independence. Due to the Texas Sesquicentennial, April 21 was recog- nized as a state holiday and Aggies from all over were able to attend the largest Muster held on campus at G. Rollie White Coliseum. Over 300 Musters were held worldwide this year with approximately a half of them in Texas. 120 were scheduled in 42 states and 44 were planned in 34 different countries including Czechoslovakia, Indo- nesia, and Kuwait. The A8cM Muster was combined with Silver Taps, the Brazos County A8zM Club's Muster and the 50th year reunion for the class of '36. The speaker was A.W. L'Head" Davis from the class of '45, Davis was the 1983 President of the Association of Former Students and currently worked as an attorney for the local firm of Davis and Davis Attorneys. S 736 Seniors IGRS Cooper. Mtchael .Nfl Pleasant, Cooper. Tom Dallas Copeland, Mtchael W Houston. Coram. Janet Tyler. Cordrau, Greg Marshall Cordray, Otto Bryan. Cordts, Chrls Redford. Corley, Carrnerrne Dallas. Corley. Chris Brtstol. Cornelrus, Dwayne Btshop, Cornell. Theresa Austm, Coronado. Rtchard Jr San Anroma Correa, Juan Galveston, Correa, Veronrca McAllen, Corrrgan, Debra San ,-'lntonto Curso. Mary Donna Houston. Cortxna, Carmen Houston. Cosman, Scott Scottsdale. Costello, Manrca Forney, Cottrngham, Ellzabeth Dlcktnson, Cottrngham, John Houston. Courtemanche. Muchelle Edna. Courtney, Perl Texarkana. Couture, Mrchret Hackley. Cowan. Bully Pasadena Cowart, Carrn Colorado Sprmgs Cowart. Steve Pasadena, Cox, Amy E Houston, Cox. Cheryl Houston. Cox. Dan Katy. Cox, Emrly Haskell Cox, Koby Houston Cox, Russell Albuquerque. Cox. Ttm Enmg. Craddock. Sally Sprmg. Craft. Mellssa Spnng, Craft, Melody Sprmg Craug. Colm Paradse Vly. Craug. Davrd Kmgwood, Cralg, James Samt Paul. Cralg. Jrll Austm. Cramer, Make Dallas. Crancer, Helen Lafayette. Crane. Keith Houston, Cranford. Jeffery Houston Crawford, Brran Segum. Crawford, Chris Arlmgton. Crawford, Kathryn Three Rvuers. Crawford, Kenneth San Antonia Crawford. Mackey Tyler. Crawley. Kelly Ennls. Creech, Scot! Stanton. Creese. Thomas Longutew, TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX VA TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX A R TX TX TX TX TX TX TX C O TX TX TX TX TX TX 'VM TX TX TX TX A Z TX MN TX TX LA TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX Creller. Bruce Jr Crewvege Jonathan Fredertcksburg TX Cr-fts.r-get Mlchelle Bauer Spnng. Crzppen James M Garland, Cf mm rem, L tow Barra: Cmtenden, Brad Whtte Oak Cromwell, Llsa Llberty f 'car Dar College Statton. ' 1 . 2-err A bauth Amboy Cruz, Turn N 'Nucu 1: Kfwtr Hfcmr-dean C. ap' 'Karl' Belton Fr'-fndzu ood rf Star on or uf 1 TX TX PA TX TX TX NJ TX TX TX TX TX TX T ff TX 'r I4 df? , ,. 1: , J -C 2 T Tl Z T 0 v- Q ' A Q aa - ' FV 4. 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Ffatiheu Hager Y:h:'.:a:' Dans '-le a" c Der' if :I l'l:':' Davs 5l.:hc.le -har. 'X Davs Rxrard W V: 'sf TX Se S 738 Seniors Dams, Rma Y Dallas. Dams. Todd Houston. Dams, Tory Fort Worth Daw. Stobhan Harmon Dawson. Ama' Corpus Chnstt, Dean. Andre Bryan. Decardenas. Jorge Seabrook. Dedrrck, Esther Duncanurlle. Deen. Teresa W:l's Pmnt, Defeltce. Anna Marte Austm. Dehaes. Drew Terrell. Deltz, Angela Houston, Deleon. James San Antomo. Deleon, Robert Sansuluador, Elsa Delong, Rebecca Houston, Delos. Santos. Rrchard Mrsston. Demark, Rebecque College Statron. Denmark. Kenneth L , Jr. College Statron Denner, Bret! W Burkburnen. IORS l Denms, Aaron L Cedar Falls. Derr, Barbar W Copperas Coue, Deschamps. Allreda Houston. Devme, Melanre D Austrn. Devore. Debora El Paso. Dxal, Julre Hurst. Dtaz. Manuel R Bryan Dtchrara. Donna Houston. Drck. Davrd W College Stotron. Dtckens. Bryan China Sprrng. Drckson. Dana Corpus Chrrsn, Dxckson, Dara Burke, Dtcrl-ang, Donna Brenham. Drep. Tar Buu Waco. Drflen, Leslxe Kerrurlle. Dtllaha. Leland Dallas. Drllard, Margaret Duncanurlle. Dxllard, Preston Fort Worth. Drllmg. Mtchael Baytown, Dtvrta, Vtncent Bryan. Dlugos, Albert Taylor. Dobson. Dave A Dallas, Dodson. Sherry L Greenuvlle. Doerksen. Sharon Houston. Dotdge. Kenneth Plano. Danaho, James San Antonro. Donahue, John R College Statron, Doran. Lone San Antamo. Doran, Mart Nan Lake Charles, Doree. Dean Houston. Dorough, John Dallas, Dorr. J Susre Lulrng. Dorsett. David De Solo Dorsey. Kim San Antoruo, Dorsey, William D Sherman. Dougherty. Marshall K Jr Parts, Dove, James Canton. Dowd. Lergh Ann Dallas, Dowe George Jr El Paso. Dm-fell Cody Lubbock, Dragg, Ronald Houston, amp-er Scott Allen Houston, Draetara, Da-nd Lolrm frata Deborah Houston Twffl v: l.,r.da Austtn. wi' Dam 'urn Marcos, Thine r',r..,tt,f,0d, 'I' wav llmtxtfm -"rt Znrtng. 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" -' xx -L V lie-E l 1 lr 4 Escaping the Texas heat, man spring break skiing in Colorado. Ducharme, Joe Houston, TX Duclczak, Darrell Houston, TX Duderstadf, Mae College Slat:-sn, TX Dudley, Donald G Tyler TX Dueitt, Dana Spring TX Dugan, Carlyn Del Ria TX Dugosh. Cliff San Antcwvo. TX Dugosh, James Duncanwlle, TX Duke, Ladean Brownfield TX Duncan. Randy New Boston TX Dunn, Jim Richardson, TX Dunn, Kevin Houston, TX Dunn, Russell Pasadena, TX Durbin, Devin Dallas TX Durda, Michael Fort Worth, TX Duren, Janet Magnolia. TX Dworaczyk, Cheryl lrbrktoun TX Dybala, Lba El Campo TX Dyer, Joyce Weslaco. TX Dylla, Linda Bryan, TX Eacly, Jana Killeen. TX Eagle, Dona Pasadena, TX Eakin, Robert Houston, TX Earl, Shelly Pearsall, TX Earle, Louise Allison Lake Jackson TX Eastman, Nancy Farrlax KA Eberly, Christopher Houston TX Ebs, Karen San Antonio, TX Echevarria, Marlo B College Station, TX Eckert, Nancy San Antonio TX Edgardo, Angel San Salvador Edmonson, Becky San Antonio TX Edwards, Alan S Dallas TX Edwards, Gaylon O .Nlalakoff TX Edwards, Jonathan Somerville, TX y students spent their '86 Seniors T39 SE IORS 740 Seniors . W Edwards. Ken Dallas TX A I , Edwards. Maru Brerrruom. TX ' at U., f n ' 1 Eartaras. MrrrraQ1Hrmrorr. TX 'Z 1 . ... 1 1 Q in 1- ,g-.., 5, ' r' 2' Edwards. Mrrhael P Houston, TX K , R, , 4"-' v , ' 5 U Edwards. Valerre A Bryan. TX -I u -.Ny Eflerson. Mxchael Ft Worth. TX ' W' I Egle, Daruel McAllen, TX Z h . 'J 3 1- J 1 r-4 .W 7 1 v , -,-.-,ff W, . V ,,,,., . Egner. Ltsa Lynne Hullsuulle. TX " 7 ffl' f 'A f' 'Z Ehlert. Scott Brenham, TX 4 F V 3. N ' 'L' ' ,ff f' Elgm, Paul Garland. TX ' " I 41' 4, ,l " r, Ellis. vrrkr Corpus chrrsrr. TX : M ,, , fre , Emerson. James Texarkana. AR -V V ' l IZ" a Emmons. Cynthra R Houston. TX M X A " Q ' 1 ' ,N Emmons. Dean F Conroe. .TX T I I- " 4 R . . 4 r , I .,f, fr fzegikf, .f lzial., English. Molly Lrberry, TX U 34. 4, ' H ' English, Susan Mesqulte. TX 4 , " 'V R ' 555 Epps. Betty Houston. TX V 3 , , T5 " ff' TF' - A 2 1 "9 ' f 4- 'fig Epps. James Eagle Lake TX 1 , , - ' -, 1 ' :ji , rf", ' ' Ercl-1, Kevm Mldland. TX 1, '7 X ' I V I 7'-If r Ernst. Susan Houslon. TX 1 'ff I, 2- 4 ,"' fy ' ' Erwrrr. Rydell Beerrrre. TX '. 'E "Lx Wa' . f 'Y r ' A A 1 2 Q rf' ff' 'lt ' .1 E' F-77 W' . Z1 Escalante. York Houston. TX l Z! 4 I , Estes. Laura Bedford. TX qt A I Y Ethrxdge. Joy Vrrxorvo. TX l l .1 :fs 1' 4 ' Tj Etue. Clmr Beaumont TX -.K f h , If gi A ' ,f"', , cf' ' Eubank, Ron Whrrney TX 5, ' ' . .f U 'j A l vw '- I4 Eubanl-rs, Robert Universal Crty. TX 'hy 1 J , l -.L I ' Evans, Llsa Alum. TX X ilfyf- m?Qj90.:g ' I fi?" k "T" " Everette. Kathy League Cnty, TX ' r c f Every, Shane Katy. TX , .V P ,TT ll Hi T ' Evetts, Elame Dallas. TX ' . ., T' 'Ib :JY fa Q ,ff " " ' I :A 4, Fablan,Al1ce Schulenburg. TX I iff, ' X Y K ' gg X , V E K Farrchlld. Chrxsta Houston. TX D I , . V ' 1 ' V Y , T T Famrest, Rnchard Bryan. TX In U-'ff v I f' ' k Fall-te. Scott Robert Houston, TX 1 rl., ' , f Farmer, Wrlluam London England Farrell, Robert Klem. TX Farver. Donovon Rlchmdson. TX '2 7' 3 KT 4 1 Lg, ' 71- l ,, 5 'X r Faucett, Chns Houston. TX X V 11, ' 4 f T ,Ll 13. :Y . Favorlte, Julxe Stafford. TX ' kb-Y T ' Q V l Fawcett. Robert Houston. TX X 'W I Q Fmt, Ralph Jr Fr Worth. rx '- 22 ' Y ,ff '15 Feagxns. Mark Mr Pleasant. TX V Fedun. Chrrs Rrdgefueld CT 3 F .- Feedham. Kathleen Woodbndge, VA ' 'G'-r ' ' ' D 9 it eh 5 " " Feeny, Steve CS. TX M" v I t fn' -- , , K ,' 4. Fen. Sandra College Stutron. TX -, Ag T -A VH "' Fellabaum, Karen Sprung. TX .T 'A X XY x "' Y at Fellers. Russell A Weatherford, TX N N X . - K x. Eeluz. Shelley Round Rock. TX A z 'h " ' Penney. Paul R Stafford. TX A , T4 , ' f -f 2 " l ' Fenton. Joseph Katy, TX C' P' " ri v Q I' " -L: 1 . VT ,V P Ferguson, Patrlcla Temple. TX X 1 r V 'A L-. Ferguson, Rxck Seabrook. TX ' - ' Fernandez, Isabel Bryan TX ' ll T I ernandez, Renvta R College Sluuon, TX I ' 4-in--in ' '2 ' '. 1551 ,A V rm. Frrddre Jw Jr Heume. TX . 5 24 Ferrell. Jrnrnfer Bedford, TX 3 Q . ' 'ik -. Frrrr sarah Hmlmgerr. TX I' " 3 g . an 1? 7 6. G3 2 Fear Cnrns fnrr.dSa0r,r1. TX 1 1.1 - 3.1- H ., '. -. 2 v, Ferns Lear. .am Ammo. rx 7 ' 'wi V A " ' , 3 Jerredo. Tab murmn. TX " 7' -' 'V ,JS V S- N- Flua. Scott Waco. TX X A f at .M7jfLi,..vl:g4,. Q ,,l 71-. 'T'- ir -f, , rr, Pf.,!g,,,r1le TX W L s.,,' V " A was .f,r,,,, TX ' I 5 , 3 I r .exam TZ in TT' ,fu ri' S- ' ' ' Y 5, : 'H T ' mf,-L rff -" . 5 - ' ,, -T ' -- , . .- 'H ' 1'-" W: -X ' . s " , IN ,-Q., I ,K nl W 5' '-1. S . .' r 1 . T 3 . '86 Students combat the late-night aftervbars-close munchies at Archies 396 Hamburgers. L fs. if'g . ..-4' Late Night Snacks Students Cure The Munchies Suddenly, it hits. The urge that changes your path home. swerves cars off Texas Ave. and University Ave. and can reduce some people to counting the spare change rolling around in the floor to the car, The munchies have got you again, The ravenous craving for the perfect snack strikes typically after the bars close in a never-fail pattern to keep sleepy-eyed counter help hopping early into the morning. You can just drive through, scan the people inside in the booths. and cruise the line of the drive through until you decide if you know those people behind you or not. lsn't he in your chemistry lab? Sometimes you can satisfy the hunger pangs with just a quick burger or fries or shake andfor all of the above. Other times. it has to be mexican food with the works piled on. Taco Bell. Archies' Hamburgers and Pepe's found a booming crowd in the late night hours. Ice cream counters like Sticky Chin's. Charlies. Swensons and Thomas Sweets also scooped a little deeper for the sugar craving crowd late at night. You just gotta' try it with Butterfingers and Heathbars crunched up in there. Pizza deliveries topped the phone lists of several students. Dc- mino's runners look on the dinner hour as break time compared to the after midnight orders. It didnt really matter what kind you ordered, just don't get black olives and be sure to get two Cokes. Other restaurants found the crowd came pouring in to eat and socialize. The Kettle restaurants and any other place serving breakfast drew a large munch bunch over coffee into the wee morning hours. Sometimes there were actually people STUDY- ING in there. Drinking coffee and cracking books for real. Nlaybe next weekend we could do something different and try that, Who are we kidding? lf we eat breakfast now do we start with lunch when we wake up? When we wake up . , , S Piers . S 742 Seniors IORS Fxsher. Michael College Szanon Fxsher. Michelle Spnng. Frtter. Amy Houston. Flammg, Stephame Klngu-ood. Flanagan. Julxe Edmburg. Flaten. Douglas Mtdland. Fleckenstem. Rtcky Stanton, Fleltman. Donald Demson. Fletcher. Costance Houston. Fletcher. Mxke Waco. Flinn. Mark San Antonro, Fhppm. Lora Houston. Floerke. Kelth Toct. Flores, Davtd Phrlltp Raymonduwlle. Flores, Leslme Stratford. Flores. Robert College Slunon Floyd, L Susanne Houston Fluker, Tom Garnesullle. Flynn, John Sprung. Foerg. Steven Neu- Braunfels. Foerster. Davrd .San Anronto. Fogle, Tern Seabrook Follett, Wtlluam IV El Paso Fontenot. Aprul Orange, Ford, Angela Houston Ford, Mxchael Plano Fordham, Nancy Houston Forehand, Rohm Laporte. Forrest, Bob Gorman. Forst. Ernca Ann Kvngulood. Fossum, Terry McAllen. Foster, Cllfton D Athens. Fowler. Eve Roanoke, Fox, Johnny Jr Sprung, Franks. Ray J Nederland, Frankson, Russell Spnng. Frantz, Sarah Dallas, Franz, Tern Enms Frazler. Emxly Killeen Frazmer. Lewxs Houston Frazter, Stan Houston Frederlck. Robert L Jr Orange Fredrlckson. Kerstin Rtchordson. Freeman, Jeff Pleasnlon Freitag. Gtlbert Houston. French Lonnxe Gerald The Woodlands, French. Robyn Houston Frey, Wllllam Houston Frxdye. Mark Galveston Frxmann-Dahl. Claus Nor Frttsch. Shxrley Ellmger. Frltz, Paul Mermosa Beach. Frontera. Carlos G San Juan. Fry. Rohm Houston. Fulbrtght. Make Waco. Fulbrtght, Patruck Waco. Fuller. Francme Jo Dallas. Furlong. Mlchele .Surnmrz Futado. Vtctor Arlmgton. Golan Henry Houston. ' 'rv lair, Fronklln Square. 'T Q, Vltcrlael fparnersel. are Joseph Mlllord ' f to Fulls ggvnf. 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College Station, Glazner, David TX TX Gleason, Gregory C. Houston. Gleason, Katherine Houston. Gloriod, James Houston, TX Glynn, Amy Houston, TX Goekmg, Kent Houston, TX Goertz, Harald Houston, TX Goessler, Kathleen Brenham. TX Goff. Jana Corpus Christi, TX Goitia, Ronald College Station. TX Golden, Jill Yorktown, TX Golden, Laurie Odessa, TX Golden, Philip Pasadena. TX Goldwater, Laura Spring. TX Golub, Ronald H, Houston, TX Gonzales, Andrew San Antonio, TX Gonzalez, Daniel Bryan, TX Gonzalez, Fernando E C. San Salvador, El Slca Gonzalez, Margarito Dallas. TX Gonzalez, Nick Houston, TX Goodhart, Wade Baton Rouge. LA Goodson, Sandra Dallas, TX Goodwin. Jan Franklin, TX Gore, Shelley Sudan, TX Gorman, Greg Duncanuille, TX Gosda, Darbe Prospect Hts, lL Gosey, Donald C Houston, TX Goss, Harry F. Jr White Oak, TX Goss, Susan Marie Richardson, TX Gowan, Marlyn Blooming Groue, TX Gowen, John L Jr Katy. 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Burl Anson TX Hailey, Julie Ann Arlmgzon TX Hale, Thomas Durango CO Hale, William Tyler, TX Haley, Jan Dallas. TX Haley, Pam Johnson lkaller TX Halim, Akm Yousui Dhaka I-1 Bsngfades Hall, Andre Tyer TX Elephant Walk, meant to be good clean lun for juniors and seniors turned out otherwise for some students. S 746 Seniors IORS Hall. Charles Houston. Hall. Jeddre M College Sranon. Hall. Keith College Smnon, Hall. Mxchelle Beet-rlle. Hall, Reglna College Stanon. Hall. Suzanne Marlrn. Hall. Tony Blg Sprung. Hallman, Dara Wmnsboro. Halpm, James E, Jr Clemson. Hamllton, Lmda Rxchardson. Hamllton, Phxllip Grand Junction, Hamxlton, Scott Plano. Hampel, Carla Walo. Hancock, Michael Dallas. Hand, Wes Garland. Hanes. Thomas Jr Arlmgton. Haney. Shannon Dallas. Hanrlzsch, Harolclo Sao Paulo. Sp. B Hankms. Chrls College Statron. Hanks, Clay Cs. Hanley, Robert James Orange. Hanna. Martha Woadurlle. Hannes, Tracy College Stahon, Hanson, Jeff Houston. Hanson. Thomas l Bryan. Hanzelka. Mlchael Rzchmond. Hardell. Martrn lrumg. Hardy. Teresa Dallas. Harnng, Patty Houston. Harkrxder, Neal Tyler. Harley. Lelghanne Franlrlm. Harp, Daman Welch. Harper. Mnchael Pt Arthur. Harrxgan, Anthony Houston. Hams, Ashley Houston. Hams, Damel Mountam Home. Hams, Jemse Mansfreld. Hams. Kyle A Temple. Hams, Marilyn Bryan, Harris. Shannon Austin. Harrxson. Davxcl Lee Hauslan. Harrnson. Wrnght Steven Export. Hart, John Denton, Hart, Kevm M Baytown, Hart, Ted Auburn. Hartllel, Steve Lexmgton, Hartlxeld, Cheryl Rrchardson, Hartlrne, Ronald Dallas, Harvey, Carol M, San Antomo, Harwuck, Brad Arlmgton, Haskell, Greg Rlchardsan, Haskxns. Leslxe La Marque. TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX SC TX CO TX TX TX TX TX TX razwl TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX A R TX TX TX TX TX PA TX TX M l TX TX TX TX TX TX TX Hassey. Florencna Club Golf. Mexlco Hausmann, Charles Golrad. Hawes, Stephen Rxchardson. Hawk. Kenneth Rnchardson, Hawklns, Frederxck Austm. Hawlnlns, Julx C Texarkana. 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Tracy Mtssour: Cnty, TX Hlrsch, Patrxcxa Houston, TX Httschel, Roy Northbrook. IL Hlavtnlfta, Sarah East Bernard, TX Hnetynka, Vzckr San Antomo. TX Hobart, Mundy Bedford, TX Hobbs, Rtchard Pasadena. TX Hobgaod, Wtllxam G lll Dallas. TX Hochstem, Brlan Houston. TX Hadde, Matthew Brenham. TX Hodges, James Frzendswood, TX Hodges, James T lV Alum, TX Hodges, Jeff Nourata. OK Hoel, Davud Claremore. OK Hoelscher. John Floresutlle, TX Hoffman, Bmlly Iowa Park, TX Hoffman, Patrmck J Arlmgton, TX Hogan, Maureen Beaumont, TX Hogan, Patrxck Nacogdoches. TX Hogarty. Chrtstme Houston. TX Halbert, Mark Houston, TX Holder, Berme Haskell, TX Halllteld, Wllliarn Conroe, TX Hollabaugh, Lxsa Dallas. TX Hollacher, Joseph Dallas, TX Holland, Tern Farr Mtll SC Holluday, Susan Ocala. FL Hallts, Clatborne P ll Watchez Ml Hollxster, John Sulsbee, TX Hollon, Dwxght College Sratvort TX Holloway, Laura Longuveur. TX Hallowell, Karen Abrlene. TX Holt. Melmda Angletan. TX Holub, Darrel Stafford TX Holy, Davxd Sprmg. TX Horldeshell, David Dallas. TX Hmge, Robert P Poteet. TX Hooper, Davxd Hale Center, TX Hnfse. Jerome Houston TX 'lv , fer Paul Rtchardson TX ff re l.tea Mvdland TX ' Fforrtert Por? CA rfnnctan TX A. Mt, TX TV IORS rf 71-'W ""'n f.2, ""' f ', V ,,.. 4 f', KWZWVWW' ' ,ff"i?9'W7fW ,. 4 - - 1, 'Q ff Z y-,ff ,A Y , 'S C- 2 ' ' 1 I .3 yzqfi :-. ,ff f f ,1 f WW ' ' ' 9 zz- ' 4 ' ,gf f gn 4' pr' " 1 1? 'F 9 rm' I ' H url .. uf T D . , X 1 ...za -xp - ' I . ' 9 T ' Z XT! X' -va, 'W' T' "W 21411:-rf .V ' f ii.. 1' Cai- PQ: 30 47" " ' ., .. 14 '-.r - X . J ', af: 4 - ' H 1' ' ' f W! L" Q , l J . . ' flaw f- v Y- V I ,AN I ii 1. ' 'r 7 T 1 0. T " '- " ia -G I . 15? L ,Lv - . E lg ,C , . .V , , -,5 Q ' W , H' r , T ' 'Q 'x y J " : , f f ' T - Q ' 4 2 ft . fp, Q ' 5 Q Q V 5 5. 0 m Y cv 4' J - t 'v -I - ' 4 -A w, ' I r ' ,TW I ' f T' 1 , A' ' Q' T 12' ' Y .' 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TX Horne, Joseph Plamwet, TX Hott, Steven R Plane TX Horton, Raymond T,Cev TX Hossarn, Akram College .Statuon TX Houston, Lxsa Houston, TX Howard, Mark La Grange TX Howard, Stephen Mtssouru Cnty TX Howell, Beth El Paso, TX Howell, Gaynell Z El Campo, TX Howerton, James Wrchrra Falls, TX Hraboysky, Davxd Yoakum TX Hryekewxcz, Joyce College Srarron, TX Hsreh, Kenneth Svngapore Hsut, Yu-Chuan Katy, TX Hubbard, Rick l.. San Antonzo TX Hudson, Kerry Robstoum. TX Huet, Alam Sugarlcmd, TX Hull, John Bryan TX Huffman, Charles Longureu., TX Hughes, Kathryn Abrlene TX Hultemus, Davud Peeksklll, NY Human, Davrd Austm. TX Hume, Laura Denton, TX Hummer, Kenneth Humphrey, George Ann Ll' Columbra TX Hunt, Doug Tyler TX Hunter, Dana Dallas. TX Hunter, Desxree Freer TX Hunter, Jenmler Mtdland, TX Hunter, Steve Sprmg TX Huse, Marla Srmzht-:Ile TX Hutchenrlder, Edwm Bryan, TX Hutcheson, Michael Ausrm, TX Aggies prepare to beat the hell outta SMU at midnight yell practice. Seniors T49 SE IORS 750 Seniors Harchmgs. Mxchael Galveston, TX Ilutchsnson. Krrsrxne Part Neches, TX Hutton. Geof The Noodlands. TX Huxtable, Leonard R Hymer, Davud Houston, TX Iacoponellr. John M Ruchardson, TX Ibarra, Victor San Anromo. TX Ixda, Naoko Japan liey. Don Temple. TX llofl, Donald College Statron, TX lmhol, Barbara Monee. IL lnlanle, Ricky Houston, TX Ingram, Steve Houston. TX Ingram. Theodore Hurst, TX lrvm, Damel L Graham, TX lrvmg. Beverly Portland. TX Irw1n, Brenda Houston. TX Isart. Juan A College Stanon, TX Iscam. Fanzul, College Statron, TX Isley. Phxl Clmton Pearsall, TX Jackson. Carol Fort Worth, TX Jackson. Cecrl Round Rock. TX Jackson. Raymond Harker Hexghzs. TX Jackson. Tama Garland, TX Jacobs, Edxlh Corpus Chrnsu, TX Jaglmskl. Gregg Plano, TX Jahns, Joseph Hoasron. TX Jaxme. Kalam McAllen, TX Janmez, Olga San Antomo. TX Jama1I. Darryl Conroe, TX James, George Ill Tuha. TX James, Stephen Mrdlathran, TX James. Wxlllarn 5, Tyler, TX Janak, Dean Yoakam. TX Janak, Jay Dallas. TX Janda, Gary Houston, TX Jander, Phrlxp Rresel. TX Janel-4. Tammy Floresmlle, TX Janlk. Frank Jr Wharton, TX Jams, Katherine East Bernard, TX Janow. 5, Nlcole Plano, TX Janow, Stephame Plano. TX Jansen, James Dallas, TX Janssens. Joe Hoasron. TX Jares. Alnsa Elm Mott. TX Jarrah. Ahmad IZ Berrur, Lebanon Jarrell, Nonme L Laporve, TX Jarvxs. John Juncnon, TX Jasek. Douglas Crbolo. TX Jemelka, Dawn Cuero. TX Jemlson, Howard Sprung, TX Jendrusch, Tommy Falls Cnty, TX Jendrzey, Randal S, Floresuille, TX Jenlans, Cassandra College Slalron. TX Jenl-uns, Jam: San Angelo, TX Jenmngs, Cecrly D. Holman. TX Jeske, Charles Bryan. TX Jemmez. Anna Rnchmand, TX Jml-uns, Amber Galveston, TX Joe, Edmond Fort Worth, TX :er Abe Thomas 2300 Harnar. Norway Johns, Mrchael Floresunlle, TX lchnson Beverly J Houston, TX :'.' Carol Telus Cnty, TX 'tense Duncanurlle, TX " fnlrnesnell, TX H Harm TX " .-mn. TX 'fy IC ml T 77 f I ' vfyizig, I ... Q., 6 3 -C 1' : ,422 W- AG f 4.. 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K a FF Senior Yell Leaders and Reveille V lead Elephant Walk. 1-lead Yell Leader Thomas Buford finighgg 5 yell, -BQ 'Q "" ALR-Q' f", Q' Fc. ws.- 4' - ' :L J ' - Q , .gx . l an ,. - fa- sr WR 47 .Q ,g : .1 7. 1- na. - I. .Y , la- A A- Y l 1, fl 'J n ' ' 'il 4 ' if Q L7 5 'K ll ? 'v A ,gn '3 .. f ' 7 1 ge A Q, 2 f .. 1 f- " , w N4 ' , t' 7,' b Ns ' ,Q l f ' Q- , ff' I '. ,Vx Fan A ll X Ylvihx L F' , '34 9. - 4- -:1 2: 33, Q.. ,e F, . ii w-- ' 1 .xv ' K ' , Q lx X, ...N-:....-H+...-1 I M , ,- Af ' '1 ,X fi' Q A N- f .F A Q. . 5 'T . , . fai . . Q A v ' A sr f g K 9 v Q "' " v - , . , E K A ' 1 ' 40 4 p x . -, W R n . N v .r a lv. . B 1 rx, K' , J f. Sanclwz r.. o :r :r w o :w f. m :s 2 If L: 5' 13 3 ET L I 4 If Jnhnson, ,lose lll Prefncnl T51 Johnscfn. Kenneth O"'Jn3 TX Johnson. Laurae Ann Co egg 5:31 " 'fx Johnson, Lewxs Fvwers 5':':" TX Johnson, Lynerle Ho.f'of TX' Johnson, Mystel Corpus Ovsz- TX Johnson, Rlcharc E 5,651 TX Johnson, Sam Beaunofl TX Johnson. Sandra Hoizon TX Johnson, Sranlex Austin TX Johnson, Bren! L H sion TX Johnson. C-axlon l. Johnson. Jana Cir: : TX Jollg, Muchaea Fabio' .X Jones, Allen The LM'-qc :mn 'X Jones. Anjraxu 3'x:' fX Jones. Czlharrc lirgzs- , Jones. Dawn Ax' 54-nz. TX Jones 'J:J5.3s . -. Jonas Ezra EM-Q "x .lvas E a .lgrcs J .ones . ... was rxa. w lr ----- x has Larm Vugf 5 Lf: Na-H f u-X 1 --s Har-, Aff ' -as Marry. -f:.Q::- A .lanes Rstera fb Q ..X .lanes Ronan M Nalrwvs X Jcnas. Najacc fl Q f'X .lines 'Kash I: 3' .7-:rczak Arr S:"': ,X Jxcan, D:.5 x' -1 I N IGRS Jordan, .lohn Harnzlton, Josey, Sandt l. Hempstead. Jostes. Norman Belurlle, Joy. Allan R College Starton. Joyner. Judi Houston. Kaarz. Kelly Pl'lugen.f:lle, Kabbant. Nader Soirmya. Ku Kacrr. Kent C. Temple. Kahanek. Elxzabeth Houston Kalxszeskr. Karen Damon. Kaimbach, Karl Georgetown. Kana. Jamce Schulenburg. Karamanos, Lynn Lubbock. Kasnschl-ce. James M Dallas. Kastensmrdt, Lxsa Psasdena. Kaulfus. Danxel Gronbury. Kavalew. Sherry Houston, Kaysen. Eric Austtn. Keelmg. Julra Rtchrnand, Keese, Nancy Brady. Kegg, Stephen Houston. Kelley. Amanda Sprmg. Kelley, Nancy Houston. Kelley, Stanley Cuera. Kellogg. Pam Houston Kelly, Chrlstopher T Jackson. Kelly. George Dallas. Kelly, Mark Buda. Kelly. Stacey Frrerrdsutood. Kendall. Davrd F Marlon. Kenclrxck, Roger E Demson. Kendrvck, Sher: Lometo, Kennedy. Kevrn Mlllorcl Kent, Susan Arlmgton. Keprta. Donna Houston. Kerhy., Tum Roscoe. Kerstetter, Davld College Stanon. Kettlewell, Ron L Coltstaga lfeulemans. Elrsalneth J Lake Jackson, Khalrl. Naztr Bryan. Krlty. Suzanne McAllen, Krm, K1 Sun College Statron, Kung. Jeffrey Waco Kmg, Kumberly Alum Kung. l.yz Sea Brook man, Douglas College Stotran Klpp. Ellen Corpus Chrrstr, Kxrk, Anne Houston, Klrk, Tammy J Srpmgjreld Klrkham. Scott Dallas Krrst, Jenmler Plano Krrta. David Burton. Kltowska. Robert Fort Worth. Ktttrell, Roger Bryan. Klar. Harruette Berghetm Klexn. James Deume. Klezn, Kevun Kmgwaud, Kleln. Robert Mramr. Klernpa. Ketth, Temple lflkll Grace Hurrer Helghts. lfciterbner, Davld Beaumont lhwtskl. Mark Mtssourr Cnty K:,g Catherme Freeaurl " 2: H "X League City - f .-' C fralue-:ton 'xr' Zr.rrr.g .,g,,f, TX TX TX TX TX TX u.-art TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX Ml TX TX TX MA TX TX TX TX TX TX TX CA TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX VA TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX FL TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX T X . QW 1 , A 'I I, 1 N, 6 5 " 13 iv -A Q Q 'Sz wi- " 2 L' X, " K, A M' - ' X .V X ,iv ,iff 45, f'l-1 - . . " x V' I 3' 'i' Ji - .. Q F 7i 35 , ,. Q r '-.Tv Y l Q X ' T ' Q ' " 'Q V i ' ' " , 41 XXE . .ff ' I 1 f ' Tl ' " ' 'TX fx. T ' A X , 'f -Q. 1 4 2 '1 3 .- : 3 7 1 'X ' Y 'A ' P 'ysf .ff l , , Q- - fx , N' H N 1 I X n , xtx . wif: 1 . A . .. f .ga :'F ' xi ,Qu',:T' Q, 7. .3 L D 1- G1 !.h'- :ft , a. , 1: , - 'rf " ' Y x--Y , -- ix ' ' 'N :dy Yi-K 5 X W. 3 ea .t I l f ll" Tilly Tl .f A . U , I -Q - ,i , 0 on , 3 ' 2. Q V2 1- 9 Q at , ., ' -R ' .Y E '1 1 ,1 . 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Timothy Houston TX Kocian, Gary Victoria TX Koh, Jocelyn Smffard TX Kohler, Kathryn Bafzoun TX Kohn, Audrey Harker HeighLs TX Kolk, Jeffrey San Diego CA Koll, Duane Sari Aniamo TPI Koon, Duncan Denton TX Koons, Linda Lyons KS Kopecky, Paul Houston TX Koppe -Duque, Cesar Mexico Korb, Ronny R10 VLSIQ TX Korczynski, Karen Victoria TX Korenek, James Highlands TX Korenek, John Lee Jr Garlmrido TP' Kormanik, James Honolulu HI Korns, James College .Szutzori TX Kovar, Donna Rockdale, TX Kuzelsky, Tina Willis TX Kraeher, Roland Bryan TX Krafick, Kelly A Houston TX Kramer, Lawrence A Houston TX Kranz. B Dickinson TX Kratzer, Mark Kmguood TX Kraus, Clifford Seabrook, TPI Kraus, Robert Richardson, TX Kruse, Cody Cameron, TX Kruse, Diane Brenham TX Kubiak, Jim College Siatzcn TX Kuecker, Troy Brenham TX Kuempel, Scott Peiugert-:lie TX Kuffner, Kenneth E Housro-'r TWC Kuhn. R Scott Houston TX Kunz, Phillip Kernufe TX 86 4 Q9-5 H: 'H s, I The candidates for student Body President 1986-1987: April 2 which put Hachtman and Sims into a runoff. On ' ' ' ' d d t S'ms into office. Marty Roos, Mike Hachtman, Mike Sims, Jim Cleary Aprll 9, 1.505 SYUCl9l'lfS V032 an PU I and Brett Shine. 4,132 students voted in the election on ...l . S, N is fx? s 7. ', .1 c A I Seniors T53 SE ICRS 754 Seniors Kuohn, Stuart McAllen Kusey. Ralaert Schertz. Karchtns, Bradley San Antonio. Kuykendall. Jacqueline K Bethesda, Kvmta. John F lll Lamar-que. Kyle Kerbow Houston. Kyle. Linda Elizabeth Dallas. Lackey. Jesse Ray Muleshae. Laco, Jennifer Cedar Hill. Lacy, Claud E Henderson. Laengnch. Larry Midland. Lalley, James Lagrange. Lalan. Lmn College Station. Lagleder, Jean La Caste. Laham, Fad: College Station. Laird, Angelyn Alta Lorna. Laird, Cynthia Kay Bryan. Laird, Kelly Baytown. Lake, Doris Richardson. Lake. Robert College Stattan. Lamar, Michael Sherman. Lamar, Steve Dallas, Lambert. Debra Plano, Lamhrecht, Jay S San Antonio. Lammert. Robert McGregor. Lamphier. Judith Dallas. Lancaster. Brent A. Winters. Lancaster, Eltzabeth College Station. Landry, Kelly Portland. Lane. Kimberly Houston, Langdon, Sheri Beaumont. Langehenmg, Sheila Fredericksburg, Langer. Kelley College Station. Langford, Christy Sprung. Langston, Jay Houston. Lanier. John Somerset. Lanaux. Mark Dallas. Lantz, Susan Rockdale. Lanuke, Dean Spring. LaPaugh, Christine Richardson. Laramore, Phil Wichita Falls. Large. Brian Grand Prairie. Larimore. Sherri Rabstown. Larson. Came E, Beaumont. Larson. Lee Ann Euergreen. Larson. Todd R Houston. Lassonde. Maureen Houston. Latham, Kelly Frzendswoad. Latxolals, Paul Beaumont Laubacher, Jahn Richardson Laumbach, Kelly Midland Lavine, Mark A. Dallas Lawhoren. David Garland Lawhorne. Donald R. Garland Lawrance, Leslie Cmcmnati. Lawrence, Victor Frtendswood Layman, Jennifer Round Rock Lamrme, John Plano Lazarus. Melissa Houston Leach, Kent Corpus Christi Leach, Kimberly Lafayette, Leach, Larry Beewlle Leal, Abel Mercedes Leander, Laren Houston Lerlarlc, Mary Angela Holman ..r'r,tr.y Karl College Station zrra Pablo College Station Lee, Ronald B Houston ff-fy Rmaatpr. AFB ' 'Q Ho Houston TX TX TX MD TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX CO TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX OH TX TX TX TX TX LA TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX 72 K f ,tw - 7 tt f , ' 7' ' 9, Zi -an rr ' 5 'V' ' , g ' 221 24?-f fttl' , + iq rt, aff A l I 57' 4' 1. n 'Z 57 Q aj A Q Q ". .Jil W 4 :Q T . 3 ' V' -, ' .W 7 t . ' ' I I to , ,awe-.-.awww y W J . J H if g U 4 gif egg, '74 V ,,,y,..,'1, 15" 7 f ' 'Q '- 5 y . V. . ,, Aga: 'A L J' - ll ' . ' T ' 2? K I ' fi 4 I ' .- f ge. SX! 1 ' J fs .I 4 l ' r in .tl ju f .TIE .53 ae, .1542 av- ills. .gil ,, ' 4 's.f wr.. '- it ' ., A-1 l 1 I 72 -. F4 1- - f .44 T,-fl t l-- V .G ':- l' ' ls- 5. 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I I n Q 1 'L .., 2 4 'W r 1 ,Zu .6 t :-J. ,11 'r '- ll fs 'I 1'- 4,- I, 2? ,r ' 1 'K 47 5, f The dying elephants of the Senior Class of '86 splash through the Fish Pond on their ay to bonfire site. , b' Leeper, Gelee llesfacs TX l ' Q Lage, Desire Grote 'X ' au 5 4- " '2 5- 3 lg? C 3 i- Legg, Susan Hors: TX - 4 . 6 T Q Y ,l K hi. 1 Ki: , 5. 4 - Lehnerr, Marae l-cry: Tfx 'T -X - X X , Lexnmger. Thomas E 3:.fr:c': ? - 'X R- Q . K ' -, Leiser, Mary Therese Cwpi In " 'U Q L x , A Le.ssler Kelli, G D.: TX . - , 5 le if , - - 1 " "' ' " "' F " -" "6-'rf' - -wr A ' f' Lerssner, Shannon Chefs: 5- x Lemons. Jean Sher"-:H TX .-' 'X A - fs ,- Q fr a vu ' '13 '- " Q " ' 'V " Lenken. Karoivn Corps xfnrsi, Q V 'j' ' Lennard Lee Houston TX . ' H '- X v ' . X Y - Leonard. Lisa Ret-k...: TX 3 Leonard. Matthew. E4 :fem NE I y Lepprn, Delzsa lke 'nz' TX 1 iff' . Lessara. Oscar Liars N." -' I Lessmann R.g3sf1:.s3:'r 'X M Q ' ' ' gl J 5' Letz. Pam -X: are TX 5, . L , te - u A - 9 ' L.-rr, Margin in T'-, -. f E . .qs I Lau Narzcx Sz" -lnzsn: "K X 41" - x Y Lew-5. Jfhmff 1-X.:--Q-1 fk - 'fri M ' 4? , , - Ay , 'Q r Len e Swv is 'X - , I Lens, SI.s.1rtf: 3 fX . 3 .5 "' "r 2 'G-5 " P Vx .. f .5 ,QQ T Lexan Lasse Tf:.a:'.: f.:- li.. 'L' , h I V A -X QQ' ' Lrg Ha Cin ':'-1i 'X N . 'T L-:at.N1r':. " -sz .X B' 1, L11 Loo--5 - . 'K H I 1r'5c:m':i,C:Te. L N -X F W A gnxsw:-a 'J-:iss C.: cgi . -" l L Ln-Us Jana 7:-:xr Tfx ,J Q, Q 3 C: ' Q, Lpsea Sosa' h:g::- 'X ' 5 I A - Lina UN' L Hzrws Ct. fX x ' . ' - " X t u Le. Lx Arfgir' l'Y q V, ' L, '-:slr SEM: . Eis TN : x X ' Ln A--5 autism TX A Y 1 DC 72 Life A WEEKE D T0 E THE YE R From Senior Bash to Senior Banquet, the week- end was a climax of four years. ll t feels great to be graduat- ing," said senior Stephanie Ackles, "and senior weekend is a great time to party with your friends before everybody graduates and goes their own way." The Senior Bash at the Texas Hall Fame started the weekend on April 24. The bash which lasted from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. featured a live band called "The Shoppe". "lt was really crowded," said senior Beth Miller. "I couldn't believe all of the people there." Ring dance pictures began Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. in Rudder Audito- rium. Long lines once again prevailed as seniors waited to get their pictures taken in the middle of the ring. The Senior Banquet held at the College Station Hilton started with a cocktail hour. Clayton Williams Jr. was scheduled to speak although a personal injury required his replacement with Vice President of Student Affairs for Texas A8rM, Dr. John Koldus. After their dinner of London Broil Steak, seniors made their way to the Me- morial Student Center and Rudder Exhib- it Hall where the Ring Dance was held. The area was decorated with silver stars, balloons and champagne bottles. "It looked very elegant," commented senior Lee Alford. The dance featured two bands - "Xa- vion" in the MSC Ballroom and "The Ed Gurlach Orchestra" in Rudder Exhibit Hall. "It was the end to a great weekend," concluded senior Drew DeHaes on the Ring Dance. S 756 Seniors IGRS Llrx 'na Raquel. Let strtgan r 1 t r , r o:::.:z:r,s:4:, .-lam. A srrgzon Lgchte Nurse.. Freaerrssourg Lqcaetr Peru J . Houston Lodes. Robert. Elm Hott Loltxn Scott, Granbury Lzhrertgei. Enzabeth. Dallas. l.omor1ds, Roy. San Antonto Ling. Eduard A Jr. Dallas Long. Philip. Beaumont PR TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX Long. Robert G . Araguo Wnezuela Longorxa. Lenny Loper. James. Decatur GA Lopez, Paul F. Houston TX Lordt. George lll. Stony-brook NY Louderback. Scott. Mldland TX Loxelace. Dana. Sugar Land, TX Lmelace. Ltsa. San .-kntomo TX Low. Carter. Arlmgton. TX Lone, Chrzstma, Cypress. TX Loza. Julto E . Co ,'.' ege .Stanton TX Luzeno, Gilberto. Edode NM Lobrano. Angela, Fort Worth TX Ludvtgsen. Janet. Bryan TX Ludwtg. Carla. San Antonlo, TX Lond. Matthew R . Houston TX Lunday, Bonme M.Lt1redo. TX Lunslord. Jamce. College Stalzon. TX Lyduck Drew. Fort Worth TX Lyon. Pamela. Lufkrn. TX Lyons. Kemth. Dallas. TX Lytton. Robert. Bryan TX Mabray. Matthew. Houston. TX Macclellan. Lxsa. Brau.-ley CA Mack. Jarnell. San Antonro TX Mack Robert C , Texarkana, TX Macnaughton, Jenntler, San Antonro, TX Nlacossay. Carlos. Houston TX Madden, Edmund. Houston. TX Madla. Laura. San Antonto TX Madole. Paula. Hot ston TX Maedgen. Davxd P Houston. TX Magee, Reagan H . College Statvon, TX Magnuson. James Wulltam. Houston. TX Maha. Karen. San Antonio TX Mahatley. Jane. Corpus Chrlstv, TX Maham, Dallas J lll, Ausrm, TX Mahlmann. Gregg Brenham TX Majors. Klrk, Huffman, TX Maletek. Greg. Gonzalts, TX Malunowskt. Chrxs. Houston TX Mallou, Edward. Dallas. TX Malone. Molly S , Beeurlle, TX Mandell. Lance. San Antomo TX Manley. Thomas, Dallas TX Mann. Ltz. Hurst. TX Mann. Nancy. Houston TX Pllanmng. James. Houston. TX Manmng. Mtchael. Dallas. 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The rings are source of pride for students and a reward for hours of hard work put in during their years at A8zM. The rings can only be ordered through the school and a student must have completed 92 hours, Ksenior statusi with at least 30 of those hours taken at A8rM. The rings can only be ordered at certain times of the year and come back from the manufacture, L.G. Balfour Co., together. The arrival of the rings is evident by many smiling senior faces walking around campus with their hand displayed for everyone to see. Traditionally, the ring is worn by the undergraduate with the class number toward him. The ring is turned around so that it no longer faces the wearer - it faces the world at the annual Ring Dance held during Senior Weekend. The design of the class ring is deep in symbolism. The shield on the top symbolizes protection of the good reputation of the alma mater while the 13 stripes refer to the original 13 states and symbolize the intense patriotism ofthe graduates and undergraduates at ASLM. The five stars within the shield refer to the development of the student in mind or intellect, body, spiritual attainment, emotional poise. and integrity of character. The easle is a symbol of agility and power. One side of the ring with its ancient cannon, saber. and rifle symbol- izes that the men of Texas fought for their land and are determined to defend their homeland. The sabor stands for valor and confidence while the rifle and cannon stands for preparedness and defense. The crossed flags of the United States and Texas recognize the dual allegiance to nation and state. The other side of the ring symbolizes the seal of the State of Texas authorized by the constitution in 1845. The five-pointed star is encir- cled with a wreath of olive leaves to symbolize achievement and a desire for peace and the live-oak leaves symbolizing the strength to fight. At the bottom they are joined together to show the necessity of having both these traits in accomplishing one's ambition to serve. Senior Diana Stokes exemplified many of the feelings students feel when they slide the long awaited class ring on their finger. "l'x'e worked hard for this ring, but its sure been worth it?" SE IGRS Marl-aowrch Craig Woodlands Marrs Susanne Housurn Marshall, Jetfrex Homlon Marshall, Lxsa Houston Martyn. Chrlsttne L Su phur Sprvngs Martrn, Darren Rockdale Martin, Davrd Wy-he Martrn, Jack M Jr Bedford, Marnn, Rebecca Newton Martin, Robert Sprmg Marnnets, Mark Round Rofk Martrnez. Carmen Laura College Srarron Martunez, Davrd Soma Fe Martnez, Dee L .San Antonro Martznez, Eduardo A McAllen Martmez, Javrer Panama Pan Marhnez, Lydxa Houston. Martrnez, Mark D Schertz Martmez, Martha Houston. Martinez, Patrrck Buenos Arms, Argen Marvm, Paul Cournglon. Marwrlz, Doug Lampasas. Masdon, Jeffrey Dallas Mason, Jeffrey Scroggrns Masada, Dwight Stephenurlle Marher, Juire Jorreszau-n Mathreu, Valerve Houston, Matzs, Chrrstrne College Slalzon Matous, Steven For! Worth, Matthaer, Cynthia Corpus Chnstr Mauidrn, Garret Kerrurlle Mauro, Mary Lou Rrchardson. Maverrck, Jennlfer Auslm, Maxam, Gregory P Corpus Chnslr, Maxwell, Candace A Plano Maxwell, Melxssa Waco Mau, Allen Jr Rrurera May. Herd: George Wes! May Wrlluam J Abllene Mayer, Lusa Carrnme Maya, Joel Tyler Mays Catherine Rrrnurrdson Mays, Kenneth Houston Mala, Elizabeth El Paso. Mazac, Dawn Columbus McAllrster, George R Jourdanton, McAIpme, Mmhelle Vrcloraa, McAteer, Gregg Bryan McBreen, Heather bconu McEryde, Sonya Texarkana McCarry, Jane! Lufkrn McCarthy, Daniel Kunuloud McCartney Lawrence Fl Worth McCarty. 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Ronald D Plano TX X " X McFarland, Mary Unwefwl Cry TX McGmnxs, Scot! D Dallas TX McGregor, Barb College Ssatzm TX McGrew, Jason B Tyler, TX McGrlff, Michael L F1 Wmlh TX X 1 I McGuxre, T K 'J ' McGurre. lx' McGurre. 5 l if rw McHugh. r 'H lf" ' , Q :- ina... -Q L Q ll Dnrney -' v ,, McGurll, Cathy Fr Worth TX Holly College Slarlon TX Kathleen Dallas, TX Larry Dallas TX Dennis E Baytown TX . Mcler, Eva Hearne TX Mclntosh. 1' 9 ' - McKenzre McKmney ' McK1nney McKnight Y, Vi Y Kevun H Housrun TX Yolonda Y Dal'c.s TX Mcldmney, Deann Corpus Christ' TX Laurie Lynn San .-Rnmmc TY . Scott lA'harron TX . Joel Lwlgl-veu. TX A student plays the piano in the MSC Living Room. Sinners 75. Q 760 Seniors SE IORS 5,354 gl-1 Mau L College Starton, TX McLaughl:n. Scott El Ptxo TX McLaugl'ml1n, Catherme Canton, TX stclaaghlm. Daxwd Cana Sprays TX F-1:l..autm, Wade Plano, TX McLean, Wade Leavenworth KS Mcl.elland, Shelly Houston, TX McLeod, Amy Krngwood TX McLeod, Jody Schertz, TX McMahon, John B San Antomo, TX McMahon, Mvchael New Braunfels, TX McMahon, Scott San Antomo, TX McMlcl-cle, Lxsa Dallas, TX McMullen, Dale Jr Carrollton TX McNamara, John Katy. TX McNetr, Davld College Sratton TX McPharl, Angela C Houston, TX McPherson. John Davld Fort Worth, TX McQueen, Debra Whrtehoase TX McRary, Roger Elysran Fvelds, TX McReynolds, Emtly Dumas. TX Mc5wam, Robert lrvvng TX McWhorter, Mary Bedford TX McWtll1ams, J Scott Del Rto. TX Nlcwllltams, Jeffery B College Statuon, TX Mearns, Mary M Lrberry. TX Meeks, Chrrstme Sugar Land, TX Mehner, Martm Austrn, TX Metster, Paul Rtchardson, TX Mena, Enrrque Laredo. TX Melcher, Tma Grddvngs, TX Melske, Jethey Farrfreld, TX Mendenhall, James R Temple, TX MendozaeSaade, Raney C Cholchuapa, Elsaluadar Mendoza, Rtchard Lee Rosenberg, TX Menghettl, Lours Dallas TX Merbach, Daurd College Sratvon TX Merrtlteld, Kathy College Statvon, TX Merrtman, Sarah Amarvllo TX Mertschm, Carl Haruey LA Messer, lvan Bryan, TX Meszkat, Jana San Anronra TX Meurer, Thomas Wes! TX Meyer, Andrea Hubson. TX Meyer, Damel F1 Worth TX Meyer, John M Randolph, NJ Meyers Bryan Perryton, TX Meyers Greg Houston TX Meyers Sherry College Statton, TX Meyers. Steve Arlmgton, TX Mfchalsky. Laarve Ellunger, TX Mrchel Kyle Memphus, TN Mvchve, Kelly Fort Worth TX Mvddleton, Lnsa Amarillo, TX Mrddleton, Mvchael Dallas, TX Mresch, Kazrma Ann Dallas TX Mregsler Tnrn O Jr Sprxng TX Mrgl Donna Vtctorxa TX Mlivesra Kerrh Barlungton, TX Mrksfh Ann San Antonio, TX .-Amenrg, Gayle Yoakum, rx '4' ard fhrfstopher D Houston, TX .'-f1nter Charles F Bryan, TX 1 er Daar. 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Moy. Duane Falls Cnty. Mrosko. Scott Houston. Muccro, James Sterlrng. Muchaw. Crystal Bertram. Mudd, Dennts Yoakurn. Modra. James Menlo Park. Mueller, Mrchael Bellurlle. Mulcahy. Mrchael Pasadena. Mullemax. Robert Palestrne. Mullen. John Oranee 2500 Aust Mullendore. Drxte Houston. Mullms. Kerr: Pearland. Mumford, Amy J Annapolrs. Muncy. Curtrs L Plano. Mume. Vrckr New Braunfels. Muras. Lrnda La Grange. TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX -DC TX TX TX TX TX VA TX TX CA TX TX TX rolru TX TX MD TX TX TX Muraya, Norman Muranga. Kenya Mureno. Ennque Pasadena. Murphy. Jobeth Mmeral Wells, Murphy. John C Houston. Murphy, Lauren College Statron. Murphy, Marcy, Pasadena. Murphy, Melrnda Mrdlund. Murray. Carol Bowie. Murray, Davrd Texarkana. Murray. Joyce E Houston, Murray. N Scott Vrctorta. Murray. Tum Mrdland, Murtha. Glenn Alascolrla. Mutschler, Kevm Vrctorru. Myer. Chrts Krngwood. Myers. Alan Burleson. was Monty rlawrre ',-:fi Houston. rf. 1 my. Naumann, I. Naylor. 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X tl t All .l- -,I Naylur, James Norman Rvihardgarl TX Nazzaro, Patrlcl' Clmno ME Neal, Ann Margaret lfurpus Chrvst' T.l' Neal, Davud Conroe TX Neal, Douglas A Durlm TPI Neatherlnn, Kenneth Waller TI-I Neben, Mike Fort l.4.'m:h TX Neeson, Joan Houston TX Nelson, Davxd Katy TX Nelson, Lawrence Alum T."f Nelson, Rnnn.e Euless. TI-' Neskora, Dana Baytou.-r, TX Netardus, Janet Gonzales TX Neugebauer, Mark Franklm TX Newman, Curtls Vwctorsa TX Newman, Lon Plano TX Newton, Darryl Hamzlton TX Ng Tang, Brtan Sprmg TX Ngo, Qu: Farmer Branch TX Nguven. Munh Hguyen College Statvon Nlcholas, Wxlluam Carl Paso TX Nxcholson, Momca Dallas TX Nrcoud, Carol Dallas TX Nxetllsbach, Alan Spf-ng TX Nleuwold, Carol Seabrook TX Nromm. Ralil Bryan TX Noah, Scott Corpus Chrestv TX Noell, Julia Dallas TX Nohra, Carla Dole TX Nolan, J Tracev Round Rode TX Nolan, Stewart Richardson TX Noren, R D ll C.,-lleg: Szarzan TX Norman, Barbara Floresr-:lie TX Norman, Rnchard Irwvg TX Northern, Nathan -'tmarllfa TX 3 E if Y:- ,.g. 38 J - Seniors splash through the Fish Pond as a part of Elephant Walk. Underclassmen show their last bit of disrespect for therr officers, SE IDRS 764 Seniors Narrow Bradley Cc egg Smrron Xorteil, Scott G ,-Xwltn Norxzlle. Lee Pasadena Norusod Jodt Hutston Nstssad Denms .Yeedt-:Ile Ncuak Patrtcta Beaumont Noztck. Robtn Austtn Null, Nleltssa Garland Mtanm: Yxctor College Statton Nvberg. John Hotston Oaks, Debbte L'n:t-ersal Cm' Obrten. Dtane Houston Obrven. Ltnda Houston Obr an Loretta Kew Three Rtrers, Odenbach Larry Hurtrn Odom, James Benbrook Odom. Paula Lvlltan Odum. Tebecca Dallas Oh, Ha: Dallas Ohare. Lesley Houston Ohmsteder, Renee Dallas Onnhetser Kathleen Temple Orr cn Dwglas Colfege Sratton O..u:er: 5-Lam N Cofege Sranon O.rns::1e.: Joseph F College Stqtton Olson Chrrstt Corpus Cl-vrszr O.tman. Em: Rtcnardson Orneara. Dawn Dallas, Oneal, M:chaeI Houston Ortna, Marta Dtnna Lubbock Oneias, Paul Austtn Ornelas, Ruta Dallas Orozco. Ellts Pasadena. Orr. Darrell Jacksonulle Orr, John Beaumont. Ortlz Nancy G H.lleen, Osoorne, Ktrk Portland Osburn Jtm Kelly Henderson Ostrowskz. Montca Santa Rosa Gsullluan Chrls Vrctorta, Ott Lrsa L .San Antonvo Ourwarer. Ketrh College Stcmon, Overton. Lon Houston Owen, Julte Hurst, Owens. Stephen Dtcktnson Paal, Cynthla Houston Paascn Debra Durda Burleson Page. Steven Irvmg Page. Tad E lennmgs Paractos, Mtchael Kllleen. Pallaeyer. Karl Hervdlan. Palumbo. Theresa Houston Paolettt Chrtstopher Monndsuvlle Papayott. Basal Hrnstc Houston. Parent. Curtts Eatontouln. Park, Derrtck Sugar Land Park, Lydta Euless Parxer Angelyn McKmney. Parxer. George Houston Partner Jana Lufkm. Partner Patrtck A Houston Farmer, Polly San Antonto, Famer, Stephen Bryon Parkman, Stan: Bryan, Paras, Barry Temple. Darnell, Rtchard Waco ttf Kltt Rownberg. 1' Uecar Hensel P4 f f we Braxton ,V Angelo J , ' ' X77 ,, fff6Z '47 if " W 1 4 . . l , , . 'il ' , , on 1 A K QF ' F 4 1 brig, ,xl ?'f""- I 1. " . ' I 07 gf- 5 - 'I dig I -if li- I fl W W ..:.-1 -i':'..-:K A " 1 1 IZ K A. A f -. N7 gm-, ,Wy nv , H, .1 Wj gf af' 'f ' ' ' 1 , ff fer 'f . seg, .P:- ,sg-' , H31 at as ,,,. . ' ,x 7 . -.. , ' ', ' -, ws: . .5 .f V Q r L 4 X . - f V I ' frffff VA - 1 ' 2 It I ll , .t, 7 1 'Q 1 - " ft " f' if wt t K l ' k Q- T '. 51 p V", ' lrlk ' li l l ish'-L 7 ,if 1 ' 4 .ll . , . gf 7 f 'Hu -if 3 3 ' Q7 " - r f 't " ' 5, , Y 1 vf 431 V 24:1 ,,. i " 4, ' ,:fEAAf,Q V .,,.g,5.,Ib-.,lu,e- r- A f .,.,. """"""" p A I 4 .95 ,, 'Z 0 4, Q, K 9 .3 -f - 13. :- ' X - - - -wif" X LT - I ' 'f '. ' " l 1. 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At least two people are concentrating, X fl 89 - , 1 Paw, Kirar' T 5' gi V ln- '.--. ' k 'K " N E 'la L d interior, ,-Vie C V 1, gg Q , V ,, t- ,,- 9- - ag f v raterbf R Teri, , ' K z Qi M ,. ' 1 x. V Parma, 5-l'c'a-e A E ' " ' Y "' I "Y Q gig- ' Paixe Br igei Nl N X1 X" Pattersf 'Stag T - 'R N K Patiefscr L Da. 4 l fx X X Q .7 4 N .attersf 5.3. . S- ' ' mu, Am Q, 65 5 1 i :Q 'S ,K 5 1 Q R 75. t 'LR us. Pau. S':r:'- Vg. X ,. U - Palette Tr.: L X' ' ' I Y ' ' I xr 1 -V Y Paul: Naam ' - ' ' , . f' X N- N - lx Pauwx sw-if A Az, J n .C:. -CN f fi. - V ' - -'ir 9-4:-P, :X .: Q J ' - r x of . N 1 l .ii .-..: mb- -S i ,A . Q, I i R B 3 -x , , h 1-1 R. - I: 1 I-Q .bf 7: -5 T-5 T I-,N K J 0 'N rx ::ia: I cr A Q an .nm .r . v- - - V x . A H A X- . Q. X- " - .Q V. N - . vi l -J - in :Ai Fha range A- a ggi? Nifgl x i .- ... - . , - -'N Q K . 4. A Q in Y Z X A . , J 1' ?1.f,'gF,,E of 3, W. R .L we babi- 5 GN ' N - .. 44. Q.. 'f ,Q .j .EJ - vi TN --. ax Q.:-V , .1 . -- 'g '-v pl. up " A "' X 'N i X . K 3.1-.' , .f n 1. X . -' W ,. A ' l Para Nc .za " 3 I -.- Q , K-N Q Q 4. 1 , NI. , u X XQS - Y V U X : I x - - 5 K V X ' gi l X ' . Y N ' h x A A l i ' 4 .0 . r N P l l Seniors enjoy a little slow dancing to the Ed Gurlach Orchestra in the Rudder Exhibit Hall at Ring Dance April 25. l l l l . l l l l v i l 1 1 l 4 l n l ' l l l l l I .1 l I l l l Lie SE IORS 766 Seniors Pere: Dregs DJJ: V reno' Perkrm. Almsvfrn Ter,mr:v.rr Pcrkms Cher: Omega Perkvns, Dalane Saw .-Xvwrowb Perkms. John Aferke. Ferkms Wrliram H Gr-Ja-es Perrard, Rex Peariami Perm Leshe Driwurrfr Perm Thomas H 'vm uw, Pere-.w Suurme Hrrmzer-r Pefek Elma:-eth i1e..f:w Peters, Barbara Rrchrrvriwve Peters Mrcnex J Engl' Pas: Peters. Sean Ksrzg Perersm Barbara Co fege Sxrrmvvz Pclerson. Julie Harm-1:1 Peterson Lnzzv N mum Peterson. Sc-:wrt E F'.v:u Perkus. Lxnn Colege Sram'-rr Perrex., Dauad Russek Bmefof. Perens Ehzaberh Trier Pflum Maru ,-'xr 'gr .,fr Q Pfunmer. Lucx Klan-1 Phan Vrncent Ti-,umrrfr Phelps Robert G .Wedwfami Phelps, Robert G Lu Fwm Phrlllp, John Srerimg Un Phrliporr, Deaneue Sprmg Prccolo, Mxchael Lee Bwwv Pmehl. Patrxck Nw,-d5l'vw-1 Pweprzvca,Jan1ce Sur! -'www-I Pwrce Joseph Ahfwre Pwerce. Ted Terrei Prerson, Grrmx Thllfag Pzlcher, Vrm B Cm-pub ffhmrr Prilmd Lusa For: LM:-vrh Pmem Deanna Hmmm Prper. Dana Auslm Pwrowlz Juhn Grand Prome- Pxtrnam. Kvle Grand Pvuvrve Plus. James Gmr-es Pima Paula D Pwr: Nefhes Pmxsarmce Camr-fl. Lnsa lfolrege Suriv-fn Prascnk-f Manfred H f-v1 srrm Plwsled Bnb Paymn Pmr.dexler Alan liffuslww Pnkluda Jrm .Sprmq P4,Mf.fr'..,rr Rfrbm I-frm. Pfflefkw. Drane r,r,pw:,f. Pfrllacm Tr-my RIJMH1 Hrfrk Puller Eric ffakurlfl lrwdu FOAM Mm Ljmege .sm .r,,,. Prrnder, Pall: Ilullas Pop-rw. Debwrah Sugar Lauri Prfpp 'bharla Ann from ffff ds Fuss, Rnchard Mrfrregur Pfam BM fjrfllege .Sramm Puller, Mark Huustfm Pfrrwr Saily Lfmgmeu Pfrulffs Slasu. liouszfm P' ,-.' ef, Lynn Rae Uuflm Pf ,'n. vii Carrie Plum, P' J,-1. Karen Lui.: Rmb 1 fre Jusrm l.qy.f,r1e A Qrac, Pm-.perl 'ur vxhrrm f ' rrlrw, H .-,11,f, n TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX W! TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX T X TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX OH TX TX TX TX TX esm TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX AR TX HY TX TX TX Tl-f TX -,f 1' 6 , .1 4, , :J -" K M. 1' f ' gy 4 I ' V , 1 I , J, 1 iw: ,Q , f K 'f 'T ' I ' 2' 1 55 f f r ' ,. 7 f 1-2271 if 'Z 7 ! , In I H 3.5.1511 , , YI, ,. . ,T 5 . ,1 , lllv 4 If Y , ' 4 .1 'ff E, L, -L-1 '- ,fp +9 uw ,M 2: . f ' Q1 .ll -' ' , , ,in ' lg r, , ' " ' 'li f' 709' A, 54,45 'A V' 571' 4 i ,.,V 10,24 I . Q '--'- . ir- .... ff .' i - if f -if :r . I , , 1 T V fi? Av "' ' I . 1- " ' 'Wh - 1' r-, T522-, f I 5 Dila". l. 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Ransome, Kathryn Broumsmlle, Raphael, Sam: J Berrut, Lebo Rathgeger, Karen Houston, Ratos, Tracy Houston, Rau, Johnny Columbus, Rav, Jeannxne Houston, Ray, Melxssa Dallas, Ray, Tam Floresuzlle, Reagan, Grna Lynn Pearland, Reagan, Scott Marshall, Reagor, Rodney College Stanon, Reddrn, Brenda lrumg, Reddm. Stephame Lancaster Reddmg, Steve Royse Cnty, Reece. Mike College Statuon. Reed, Davld E Houston, Reed, Gena L College Sratron, Reed, Joel Arlvngton Reed, Susan College Stanon, TX TX TX TX TX TX TX rx HGH TX rx ,rx TX TX TX TX TX TX TX PA TX TX TX TX TX TX Reeder, James Waco, ,TX Reese. Charles Summerurlle, Reese, Laura Austrn, Reese, Lxda Mrssoun City, Reeves, Brran Houston, Reeves, Kathleen Portland, Regxster. Jkean College Statron, Relch, Stacle Rrchardson, SC TX TX TX TX TX TX Relchart, Allrsun Relchman, Ernk Dallas, Read, Davud Medrna. Read, Nancy Cypress, Relmer, Ken Rrchardson, Remke, Jason College Statron, Rerter, Wrllram A Ill Mexru, Renme, Davrd Houston. Renzel, Sandra Guddnngs, Reppond, Jan Mrssoun Cnty. Resendez, Carlos San Antonvo, Resendez, Mark A San Antonro, Restepo. Agustrn Bryan, Reuelle, Tunilo Baytown, Reyes, Joel L Beevrlle. Reynolds, Robert Houston, Reynolds, Enc Carthage. Reynolds, Jeff Denton, Reynolds, Shana Prosper. Reysa, John Houston, Rhodes, Jodv Cleveland, Rhodes, Marsa Bryan, Rlce, Teresa K Lovrng, Rrch, Wrllram T San Anlomo, Rrchard, Mark A Houston. Rvchards, .Susan R San Antonio. Rlchards, Terr: Houston. Flrchardson, B Chnl Odessa Rmhardson, ,Jenmfer Houston, Hmhardsan, Llso Houston, if-rhordsmr, Susan Houston, fiddle, Bryan Part Neches, Hflgaay James Br yan, Fi M1 Lula Frxendswood, H' ,f qw Andre Bedford, Mfr' a Bosaler Cxty, TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX T X T X TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX LA ,I -.f 47 " L . X 4 " .,,.,..L,.... ' s -I ,ps 'sf x af - . 1? -l'.. 44' ,li A2 'T . ,A 'T' V7 , l I . , A271 Cf' , , ,4 is . ,V Q T ,,. 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Keith -X' fgrc- TY Rtxgers K-nf C: 1 ' :!:r:' 'X Rmgers, Sara Fx'o..".: RJ:-. 'X R.gers.54:e-1neF: ikarze TY Rogers. Tracey B:.l.x.' TN. Romingcr. Jett 5-sae'-'.:ge TY Rom: Dana. -Xrtsn: 'Y Rcxa. Robert .fr Sr -R W: TX Resales. Flcmca :Kurs 5 TY Rose, .letirax Ewan TY Ros Mari Ng: TX Rose. Mark W S: as TX Rosser James h'g..txx: TX Rosszgrfs, Tarts 5:":: TY Roth, Mzchee. B Tux S1 770 Seniors SE IORS 1 norm, Jack ttr1f,'ftsrtsl.- TX 'S J- , sh- Z Rouaenush, Cm J Fm on-, PA u , ,gcilf Rouse, Scott Bat' Vrty, TX R Q fi ' A Kc Cf' ii' rl u. ,A 'V Dv 44 ' , Roush. Laura K Georgetown. TX " ,,, Q , ' I 23' Q ' 47 'Z Aera Roum, Todd College stmw, TX -'r ' I 'Q , 4, ' "' ' Route. Vxctorta Seabrook TX , 4 ll, lj is ,T Rowland, Coleman Houston. TX I WLQLZQ I Rowlett, Melame Brotmu-ood, TX ' ' X . 11,91 -. ' ,f , N ,. , Rovtsev. Jamne Fnenctsu-ood TX A W .' I I Q Roy. Bryan Colleue Smrlon TX G Z gg. 2 s g 5 ,25 55", if tg at ' '17 fl Rolf, Klmbefly Fm, CT Q, I -V .LY 'W 4,1 . 6, A ,- V .1 Royal. Greg ntenwd, TX Q f' 1' Y ' ' " ' Rnzmlmlt, Edward Dallas. TX g- ' V "WK fl Rudd, Ctnda Lufkm, TX 3 . 4 .. 955 Rufloff, Darren El Campo, TX l If ' I ' ' ' Ruefler, Eddte Bertram, TX 4 '5 7' ' I Rueter, Curtus Clvfton, TX Z- gr fd -4' 4. '19 4' 7 3 Je. 5. ,. Q- ' 4L 8 , Rumbarger, Robert Eagle Pass, TX , xt., ff" ld f , 'sl 4, l: , ' , V ' Rummzl, Conme Houston, TX - fr, T , 7 K , T ' , Rummel, Ronald Cameron. TX cf - C WI ' Rummel, Vtctorva Houston, TX , 'Q J 9, '. V ' t if L diy RX K Runge, Duane Galveston TX I ki' 5 'il ' ' Runge, Laurie Burton, TX ' - ,X l I' A 42444 - A 3 ZW' Runyan, Scott Belton, TX '- 'Us ,D 1 'W 1' Y W gg ,, Rush, Connte Jtmctmn, TX L I f- , , A 97, f V . Russell,A1nce Houston, TX xg T7 7 T' T Qi - Russell, Paul Houston, TX . X , X 5 I -XB """! Russell, Steven Ararsas Pass TX ' f A -Q X B lE.lVm.M .mgmsfsf A . 'T ' ' " Az, 4j'4W'7"f'?tF'f6WW" , 'zpzwii 12" , f V!" " :ffm w ff ,rv 1 Rust, Shanon Kvngwood TX fag'-M mf, 4 H , C 'V 4 ' Rutherford, Martha Lognvteux TX I ' ' T ' ' ' ' 4 4 ' f ' , . Ryan Jlmmle Houston, TX A W 6, 4 1,13 , P 'fn' 3-' V 2- 1 -V , V Ryden, Edwm Bn-rlllle, TX A' , ' 2" A 4 . , ,ass 1 Rydl, Darwin Bryan, TX Y A A ' Saadeh, Paula Houston TX :jig , I . N I , - . Sabec, Susan Conroe, TX 'Ti XX H". A A .!"' If 3 , 4' V T f 'Xt ,f , 1 f Saenz, Annette Mf'Allen TX f 43? ' ' Saenz. Robert L .San Antontor TX ' ' nu, ki ' Saenz, Rodney Alme TX 13, ta v- 'F 2- -9 - ch, Sagebxel Rebecca Greenmlle TX :,,.',' L. q 'A' , 'V 1 ,W Sagerr Susan Houston TX ff "-" I T 'U' - if 'T " U sara, Rrck Hsusmn, TX ', 'H' ' ' sans, Roberto A cullggg storm TX Al- A In 1 ,f'2" ' sstmf, r Kay Houston, TX ' f y Salvato, Joc Houston. TX ug' ' f', H r san Mlguel, Rafael 1 College Sratlon. TX " '- 4: if 5- .. gg' 4- f 5 Q 5, - f v , Sanabrxa, Enruque Luis Krlleen, TX . " Q ' i 1 M, . ' ,,, I I 7 x ' ,,. Sanabrta, Erxc Kulleen. TX 72' 21' T 7 Tl -.T ' ' T ' 'T' Sanchez. Javler Laredo TX 1 , X Xa' 1 X-tx Sanchez, Lacy Eagle Pass TX f Y . ' 1 , ' sander, Cheryl Lowe, TX ' , 2-f, f - - . 44.0. .I , -1. Sander, Denuse liousrnn, TX ' I A 'I l Qvfiffir - swam, Elem Ann Mant Betula, TX -' 2, at A ' 4. 7, 3, , ' lk, ,so 1 . Q Sanders. Carla Rufhurdson, TX 4 , 11, " , , ,A senders, shaman s Hnusmn, TX , ' ' ' I 4, Q' ' ' Sandhu,Ram1nder Nushurlle, TN l T 4 "' X " Sandlm, Scott Kvngumnd, TX ,ezz W 2 Sanford, Robert Garland TX 1 ' Sanltago, Evelle A Krlleen TX - 3ar.trlago Luls Albertn Puerto Rvco 5. -4 ,.,. T 2 : T F..- anturl, Mtchael Manslleld, TX ' -, - 'LJ ' - Sarern, Klm Atuamsu, TX " I ' li 1,1 Li ' Q-f " Sarrmento, Rey Houston. TX Y 41 V- , V ' f ' Sasaki Yann llwwtun TX ab 'I' 1' ffyilnffz 'X 1 ,ll , r , , 35: l A 4 Myyffl, in ,7 5 A Ae :. l1,l,:f at H-t' 1 . if fttt . fl Ml yt ltr . Sauce ' ff f, R rqnllequ .Zratlun TX If Mi Q " 2 , W Damcl' Huftrrle TX TW' M R. I c ,,,,t1,A,,,,,,, TX rw vu. W ill, .A 1 Ax, -Q: 1 Q ah M Q I Sawyer, .fllflur-ft TX Q' 'I as ' ,, VA., Q ' 1 V -, I ' Sane TQ-3 7""" ,f ' f ' ,' ' 'Q' " I-" Sayer, . r f TQ" ,X"""' T rl ' T Kg: R sf Saylnrs, Leasha ' . , In ' ' ' ', V 1 l , 1 4 I 7 ', - Q ? 3' ii 1 la T 7 3 c -5' ' ' '. s, v f ' gal A LL! . I V , . y XX qw ' 1. 1- 5 2 1 1 4' an M 9 c ,K - -'F Ae t - 1, ' - J f .-,rf -X f I Ywfxlq X W b 4 .1 l l . I 1f"f' ' .6 S? 1 N ,., 1-,Q 1' , M e Q, - ,V-:. 1' - Q9 '- 45 X s x, ' , ,Y i ,N 'T . X I X l Nt, S -1 st T V t ' f t , t jig? iifin KP.. ,R . 'Sift 2 .2 -.ep 4 -01 ' " ' 4-7, 4, N, , N, Q ,J-V NS, G J 1 VA . M ,,l.,f7Z-. Rl . , f nz Q. - 'W l . V W . P , A Z R hy 1 f ce. I gy. s: 6 , G' " , . K fy ,X , me X. A. x tc. ' 4' ,ami E Q-:Q X 'Q fm 1 L t. . ,, L X N ,- , n I l l ll l Scannevtn, Gar, I-ftnguood TX Scarbrough, Meltssa Dtboll TX Scates, Kathleen Houston, TX Schaefer, Dante San Antomo Tf'f Schaller, Peter Dallas T7 Schatte, Rachel Qaddzngs TX Schauh, Peter San Antomo TX Schellenberg, Jchn Heu.:tt TJ-f Scherr. Raymond Chester NJ Scherlz, Benme Bryan TX Schnller, Conrte College Stattftn TX Schtmmentu, Dxane -Sprrng TX Schlather, John Crbold TX Schltestng, Pau' Houston TX Schltnke, Susan Carrollton TX Schllssel, Nell Montgomery .NY Schmid, Jenda Houston TX Schmidt, Joseph Houston TX Schneberger, Jtll College Statfon TX Schnetder. James Austm, TX Schonhoeft, Robert Robstoun TX Schoonover, Gtlbert J San Ansomo TX Schoppa, Mrchael Harrold TX Schott, Julte Coppell, TX Schott, Paul G Nea Orleans LA Schpetber, Davtd Dallas TX Schrank, Freclertch Hamflton. TX Schroeder, Greg Houston TX Schroeter, Shelly College Starzon TX Schubert, John A Grapet-me TX Schuck, Phtltp Broaddus TX Schuhmann, Duane Harmon TX Schultz, Scott A Dallas TX Schultz, Sherry Favetteutle TX Schulz, Gretchen Rockuall TX Schulze, Mark Favertet-:l.'a TX Schwab, Charla San Antono TX Schebel, Darrell Lake ,lacxsic TX Schwxerzke, Sally Cofege Stazcn TX Scott, Elxzabeth Edna TX Scott, Glenn Round Rock TX Scott, Mary Frances San Amor c TX Lane -. A variety of scenery can be found as A8:M strives to mix the old mth the new '86 Seniors S 772 Seniors IDRS Scott. Stacy Lynn, Tgfer Scrxxner. Fam Por! Arthur Scrrggln. Errc, in -lnronro Scraggms Ellzabeth. .NlcAl.'en Scroggms, Txrnarhy, Humble Seat. Carolyn. Fort Worth. Seauell, Axleen, .-'tledo Sedrra, Annette. Conroe, Selcrk. Sharon, San .-'lnronlo Serdemann. Mark, Dallas. Seller, Andrea. Fort Worth. Seller. Gregory, Baerne Sertz. Earl. College Stanon, Saber. Stephanee, College Stanon Seldenrust. John. Austm. Selenskg., Shannon. Rrchardson, Self. Clay D 1 Odessa, Sell, Davxd, Dallas. Selrmdls. Anna, Parr Arthur Sellers. Karen. Athens. Sellers. Mon. Houston. Sellers. Sandy, Dallas Sells. Karla, Path Sells. Traylor D lll. College Sratvon. Selofl. Robert, Dallas, Senrmanat. Jase M ll. Conroe. Sepulveda, Oscar, Houston. Serres. Karen, Sprvng Sessom, Tracy, Kerrmlle. Sevrlla, Cesar Alfonso. College Srarron, Sewell. Came, Dallas, Sewell. Wesley A , Bryan. Shafau, Jena, College Statron. Sharnlxan, Frank, Texarkana. Shamsy, Gugx, Plano. Shannon. Stephen. College Stazzon Sharp, Davxd. Jam Shaack, Nlarrha, College Sratvon Shaw, Jamue. Normangee, Shaw. Klm, Houston, Shaw. Lee E , Garland, Sheblak, Jeanette, Edna Shefler. Mrchelle, Lufkm. Shelburne, Larry, Chrllon, Shepperd. Mark. Rrchardson, Sherrod, Delann. Conroe Shrelds. Michael W. Weatherford, Shrmmer, Elnzabeth, Dallas Shme, Brett. Houston, Shrnneman, John. Longurew Shlppee, Dawne Ann, Dallas, Shxrk, Cort ll, Dallas Shxvers. Shellx, Hull Shockey, Jeanna, Katy Shormann, Susan, Krngwood, Shorter. Dana, Lea-rswlle Shrader, James, Taylor. Shryock, Ron, College Statvon. Shull, James, El Paso. Shull, Robert, El Paso. Shurmlak, Ed, Frrendswood. Slclnng, Carl. Gumesmlle Slckmg, Lars, Bryan. , ers Mrchelle. Galveston 2 2' F Chard. The Colony, , 1 Gal Marte. Laredo, Lfwla Carrolton, ' ' ,rr Worth, 'nur llle -Una TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX A R TX TX arca TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX ' ll' " ' I 'W , 7 V' .R 4 1 ' , os a-- ,. .K Q 1 1' S ' " ' 6' r 4, .- , , N t 1 Q15 . , v-f ' I ' c an 'Nr 1 ff fa l K' 4. 73 f. o- f 3- Tw N W lc l -A 'Z v- l . , . , - . . E- 3.4 ,wr w A - ,,,, gr wi ff '-1 fl , '- FG " 3 , " ' I X - ,E , .X"' " ' 1 v . K I W., F v L 3 m ,. T, 7 G 3 av 3 . '-- '-' ' .Tl ' :' . - " gi' V ' . H 9, r ' 1 ... , R' " ' I l I 'Vi ga Z V 1:3 Z Q I va! Q- M fs C., - 3. r , A . -51 sz, . 'l"fg' ., , lv 1. . ' 4.5 f . ,, - T 9 1 71 liina J -A arf.. J i , 17 7 -TJ , ,D C 7' -R, 5. 4, ' ': 1' Z 'A Qi- gr' 'if'-' .eg .Q j 4 f , - Q - lb' l. ' l lt , ., " will ll' ' r rf -.'1'7'f. .-'-A. 'f'?.:JI'sf'frJ t ' ' er X- g in - .. 5' "' at R 's 1 3 Q 4' l- l 46' ' ' l rv- N ' ' ' " ' ---f , K I , 1 -V . . A " . 1 fl " l -We f 5 ' , X 1 ' ffl-It -K 5 A I V-,s ,TJ 2' 1 -N g Qt- 'C T gs, 5, ,- A s- . 1- . 1 Q- x ,'J...- X45 T., ' 1 - f , , . ' - Y 1 ' 11 1 .1 -Q,-1 ll 1 if 4 . f' A f f M ' Ll 'W fl ntl .. ,Q , S are S 2' ff Q -C "" ' lv at 2 7 7 .- " .ff 5 ' Q'-' ' x. - , I- Q .M - -.., ' N., 3, l 1 If' -A , f. I f'f Ll. 't--1- Xfl u . 1 - A , ar 4. , l - 5515-N , .2 4- 9 G 3' 4' ' l ' Q' pl? -l - ' 'Q 'S D Ie. ' N ' x Nj! '86 TOP: The illegal sale of a fake identification card at a flea market in Austin. BOTTOM: Pete Kennamore, a senior, relaxes with a beer at Duddley's Draw. .-Q . ' 35. ,g .3 - ' Nu! -'Qi , 4-J't-is r' ve,-,j , .131 G an rg-.5 ru .su 'flifu ' '- -."4"' as D N ,A -' Q- 'Qi 4 1- 1, -ga . as xkalq -r 4 ' F- ' T-i ?r in .-,, - , . Us-lj xp s ..-,"i.s-,Q es" Q, N -X --.. The legal drinking age An adjustment for college students On Labor Day, 1986 a change will be made in the lives of many students at Texas A8:M. The legal drinking age in the state of Texas will increase from 19 years to 21 years. Since most college freshmen are 18 or 19, their activities will have to be very different from the college freshmen of two years ago who used their new found freedom of college to drink alcohol like fish. Maybe this new law isn't going to stop un- deraged students from getting alcohol if they really want it, but it won't allow them to drink it in public places. Don Ganter, owner of the Dixie Chicken fthe establishment where many students have drowned the pressures of school in pitchers of beeri, said he will allow under- aged students inside for a fee, but they will not be allowed to drink. He realizes that underaged students can have their friends buy beer at the counter and bring it to a table, But he said that if they're caught he will follow the instructions of the police even if it means having them arrested. Besides the change in the lives of collegs students, establishments like the Dixie Chick- en are going to have to make some changes. ln the past, beer and alcohol has attracted the college crowd. Now to attract the same crowd, there will have to be another attrac- tion. "We're gonna just kinda roll with the punch," Ganter said. "and spruce up our food selection." By Molly Pepper err 3 SE IORS 774 Seniors Stmpson, Alan D Bryan, Stmpson, Davtd B Wvchita Falls. Simpson. Jtm Bob Noconu. Sampson, Kevrn Orange. Snmpson, Lrsa Bastrop. Snmpson, Scott Chrna Sprmg. Sampson. Walter R lll College Stazton. Stms, Craxg St Hedwng. Sums. Kimberly Hereford. Sums. Krxsten Encvrutas, Slnghal. Arvmd lndon Stngleton, Howard H Corpus Chnstt. Slpe. Phllrp K. Graham. Sissom, Carol D San Marcos. Sitka, Margaret Wharton, Sxvley, Ltsa Houston. Skaggs, Kennet H W Troup, Skewes, Marran Lake Jackson. Skewes, Rtcharcl College Station, Sklnner, Tamara Keller. Skruvanek, Jenntfer Bryan. Slauer, Peter Kmwood, Slaughter, Jody S Modrsonarlle. Slaughter, Scott San Antomo, Sllgar, Tracy Iraung, Slxnkard, Gary San Anlonuo. Slone, Gregg Santa Fe, Slowey. Susan College Statron. Slusher, Debbte College Statron, Small, Henry Cypress, Small, Janet Forney. Smart. Cynthra A Hrco, Smtdt, Melrssla El Campo, Smtth, Brnan Pasadena, Smrth, Carol Lynn College Statvon. Smrth. Carrte Ft Worth. Smith, Cathy Dallas. Smuth, Craxg Austm. Smlth, Dan Rtchardson, Smtth, Gary W Bogota, Smxth, Jeanmne Panhandle, Smuth. Karen N Lnttle Rock. Smxth, Kathleen Son Antonro. 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V . 5, t VM . f ' L. -if' V' QW lf- 1 Q. . . 4 ft I I T kit A I 'll .- , . 4 ts fy e . -3 3 , J,vf' kely a M r X .23 H '86 Members of the Corps of Cadets find ways to entertam themselves on a sunny day. 74" 7-' 5' g :. .1 f as ,, . 5, -,, 3- I Q I Q A If ,lr gf, ,. sv. : 9 7: 6 it 'V 7 1' 7 T z- 4- l an ,s , "' 1, -' . 4 ' T' - L X , Aww-I ., e K -' X, A ,, ' Elk.- ' X , 1 1 Q g ' 5 , A- X, X I if t I .. F 'Q ' J L - - t 1' 'J 2 1 - - , f ' .32 Q v r X 1 -- ' Q , Y 'N' XE.-1 K r E- 'T TL 'H I k ,, v. ,x I X , Q-' flux-v , rf. : - - va G 1, r 3 A K ts 4. lx uf , 1 R-vx - , I K - ' '1 ' x A 4 1 4 ,,' y Y 'lr ll NWN i 1 9 -Aff',f5.iIi. k X X .r . 6 Q T 2 0' Q. V at :. - , N of " ' r- 'S - As - f . xr ks T R' r xr 4 r X. A-t...ff f ' , -3 4' - A Y 1 3 2-' 'S xx Q- Qmvr 'C f A T ' v2 1' ' ,N . ' , F., n I ' X, t ' D Solka. Steven Corpus Chnszz. T." Sommers, Jeff Brenham TX Sorensen, Scott Houston TX Sottxle, Audrey Plano TX Southerland, Tana Bryan TX Spaniel, Jeanme R Ennis, TX Sparks. Robert Nea Braunfels TX Spataro, Joseph Tonartama NY Speckhard, Andrew Sprung TX Spencer, Chrrstuna Brucr.: TX Spencer, Robert Abstere TX Spessard, John Dallas TX Sprtzmrller, Robert F Cvlkge Starr TX Sprmgfreld, Gxi Cofiege Szar, r- TX Spruxll. Joe Iona Dark TX Stacha. Demse San -'wrong TX Staggs, Merrta Tera C-rt TX Stallwrtz, Kurt Durrus TX Slanhury, M Shannon Bd?-r-ge' TX' Stanton Paul -X111 TX Staples, Jonne L1-pxm Cen! TX. Staples. Kalhenne A . r TX Starling. K Deanna Vs'a::.: G-X Slalom Nclvnda Hs' nge" TX Slavmona, Ken R5-seprerg TX Steel Kamal.: Sr -Vasu TX Steele Grogan gt-ng, f.. TX Sleelman, Joe' E".:" TX Slew Marx KK S:""g TX Slett Alun IB .2 TX Stdlp. L19 Gigi TX Stapnens Dari Ffgsxur "x Step ans Ls: -X Faqs. w,'-. x: -X Steph 5. Saw? S' -'vgfq 'X Steph san SaniraFf:':'.Lx" 'W Slephfnxn Tsm T.:::": .N-1 Slums Mark L1-rar.: TX Stains H.!Z1Liu'vX -R,.s' 'N Stewart -Xue. -::f:r C X Stoner! JcT1'i. L. 4.40 'X Srmarx. Rrrtt-arg Am' TY Srauarx Mgmt Was- " bertic 74 Life I TO THE "RE L" WCRLD A Graduation has seniors saying their goodbyes to Texas A8LM. riday May 9 and Saturday May 10 were the days that most seniors had been count- ing down since the beginning of the spring semester - graduation. "After going through degree checks, or- dering my diploma, sending off announce- ments, buying my cap and gown, and checking for red dots by my name, I was ready to graduate, said senior Craig L'Roy. Graduation was divided into three cere- monies. Friday afternoon the colleges of Agriculture, Architecture and Environ- mental Design, Education, Graduate, and Medicine graduated followed by the Col- leges of Engineering and Geosciences Fri- day evening. Saturday morning the colleges of Busi- ness, Liberal Arts, Science, and Veteri- nary Medicine graduated. The announce- ment of the Brown-Rudder Outstanding Student Award was made at Saturday's commencement ceremonies. The award was presented to College of Business graduate Lisa Kastensmidt. "I was so glad to walk across the stage," said senior Monique Alanis. Following graduation students dis- persed to various parties and get to- gethers to celebrate the completion of their four, five, and sometimes even more years of hard work at Texas A8cM. "l'm really going to miss this place," concluded senior Traci Partridge. "It looks like it's out into the hard, rough world now." SENIGRS 776 Seniors Stewart Pam L Bushop TX Stxga.. Brtan Tnorndale TX St:--Q 'wget Denad Fort Stuckton TX Stsxes Dtana Houston TX Stones. Stacx C Dumas TX Stone. George Mart TX Stone. John Snyder TX Stone, Ltsa Stafford. TX Stone, Mtrtam Arkondelphta. AR Storey. Ltsa College Stanon TX Stone. James Harker Hts TX Stratton, Jay Jr Marlon SD Strett, Marne Plano. TX Strrckland. Larry L Jr Cypress. TX Strtcitn. Lance Fort Belt-orr X64 Strxttmattet. Barry Euless. TX Stroman. Linda Houston, TX Stuart, Phrl College Statron, TX Stubbernan. Wulltam Stump. Matt College Statron TX Suarez. Porftrxo M Manda Yucatan Mextco Subealdea. Frank Suggs, Mtchelle A Purge TX Suhr. Dana Euless TX Sullrvan, E Houston. TX Sutlnan, Kenneth Houston TX Sulltvan, Ltsa Houston TX Sulltxan. Lott Corpus Chron TX Summers, Scott Ft North, TX Sumner. John Itasca, TX Sune. Ategandoro Jose lrnonmaracay Venezuel Supak. Wayne Lubbock, TX Supltta, John Paul Plano. TX Sury, Kenneth Fat,-ettevulle. TX Suttle. Martha Rrchardson. TX Sutton, Jeff Desoto. TX Sxactna, Paul Houston TX Sxenson. Robert J College Statron, TX Swanson. Carl Rrchardson. TX Swanson. Merrtll E El Campo TX Swartz. Trenton Houston. TX Swattes. Robtn Houston. TX Sweet, Mtke Breckenrtdge. TX Swenson. Martlyn Canoga Park, CA Swezey, Todd W Isltp NY Swxenton. Davtd C Sprrng. TX Syers, Meltss-3 Galveston, TX Symes. Scott Krng-wood. TX Tackrtt. Cmdr Wortham, TX Tafe.sl-tr. Lauren A Pearland, TX Taggart, G Watt Temple. TX Taggart, Meltssa Orange, TX Tag. abae, Stephen Corpus Chnstt, TX Tagltabue. Tom Corpus Cl-trr.str. TX Tague, JeH Sprtng. TX Talbot, Mark Arlmgton. TX Tautn., Deborah Hunltnglon. NY Tamnrr., 'J.ncent Alan Boomton, NJ Tariez Jose San Antonto, TX Targ. Derek NG Spnng, TX Tangas Celeste Houston, TX Tamer Burl C Lexmgton, TX Tapta Audrey Ft Worth, TX T ' Let. La Marque, TX ' E lr Mdland. TX , ' Houston, TX - ':- ofnont TX Tay-N f, at TX Tayn, ' TX Taytf, T7 rf - e 9, ft -fwf- a,, , gm' - .J 1- L 4- 1. 1- it A' 5' 1 Q N 5. 1 ' QA :V l : , V I I 9 1 I ,Q xx I y 'fr ' 1 f , 2 l , '- L . 4 -k ny, fr. M '5 3 X t , ., 7,51 2 S ax 'Y ' "' ' ' 3 2 7, 4 -:E I 'A 4 1 . ? Vf - rf 5, A :lb '44 A t ,ry e , 1 pf af-, 1. . r - T5 ""' 7 1752, 7' if -, :fel-Sf . , , 1 1 1 Q -J, X 1' ' ' ir- .1 ,T ' T ' fgii' .-6' " 'za - ' 1 ' ' v ,C - f ' - 1:4 54: , , X- ' I r ' r J' Xlllltt H T ' X ' t Ii ' r "'-'f 1 -f-- . . ,.rf 1 ' Q2 'r 1, 2 ' Lg. ' 'ei-X BQ? fyafggf? :J ' t V If' . 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Templun Tepera, Kelly Homo: rw TI-Q Kevrn C s'.e:srer TX Andy Van Afsfyne rr-7 Terrell. Glenn E Kress T."f Terrell, Rodney Kress TX Terrell, Ronald Kress, Tfff Terry Kxmberlg A Haus!-Jr TI-I Tesmer. Make Cofscuna TX Tens, Dan Houston TNI Thac ner . Mark T3-er TX Thane, Davsd Piano TX Thres, Brenda Plano TX Thomas Thomas Thomas r..o Q4 as. , Qu a. '- l I Thomas. . Ben Houston TX , Blaur Ann Housron TX . Crarg Shrmepofz LA Kwrtg, Ileen Edge Lake TX Thomas Lxnda G Daflas TX Thomas Mrtzr Hooszon TX Thomas. Thomas ehllalrls 'dw T3 -1. A ,..1- x F In' . ix V J' 8 5 l as ,. 5-or , ' 1 1 f 4? 5 ', VII ,f he .kfsllg V19 hx , 'Y' 'ex ,JI A , u Q . Russell Gfadeoafer T , Steven Ar"ng'ron TX Thompsonr Anrhong. La Vern .2 Thompson. Dan Housron TX Thompson, Deborah Cofege Sta: Thompson. Eirzabetn SI Temp Thompson Thompson T. , James WendeII R cn , Jerry Hoosror- TX Thompson, Joe C Co ege Sfozo Thompson. Thompson Perry III Ty er TX Thompson Thompson, Trmstng J Orff: Thomson Dans Res :css C4 Martha R D, ex TY busanne Arena TX Thong. The-Fings: Q:-.yrs Bot: Thurma n Rrcnard Homme TX Txbberts, Terrve Homfcn TX Tremann. Marc San .-'lczofa TX Tull, Larrv Hsrszoc TX Yi 'on Tflf QTY :raso-1 TH - TX 'w .":c'e The seniors left campus on Elephant Walk ro go by the places they frequented as students, such as bottle cap alIey, beniors SENIGRS 778 Seniors ' -.lr "f,5'5i?fQ 5'1:32:'5"f ?" ' ' "7 Y '7 'ZW " 427771, Tilley, .left Houston, TX -71 ' Tlmmer Douglas Plano. TX J :I 1. :II I: Q -T ax ,,, A 5 gh Tln le, Trams San Antonlo TX r I ,f I ,II I gTlnker, Edlta Houston TX .2 :TJ P M zz' ar' I TZ' 'V r ' 3 ' Tlhen, Klen Bryan, TX I V . 'TM-1 IM' 45" In Todaro, Joe Jr College Stonon, TX ' K I L f 1 'V Todd. Mary Houston. TX ' A , 1 ' s K r 1 U ' ' ' ' 1 I ' I I ' "" "' II Tomac, Tracy Rlchclrdson. TX v J rl ""' T Z C A ilu' Qlf w Tomasek. Robert Jr Buluefde, TX ,, 'I I -,I .QI C' ,ef , jf Tomchesson. Cralg Houston, TX I ar if I I , ,T I In Q Tomero, Luther Jr. College Statlon. TX ' 1 ' Q A gc ' 4.7 ?,,,"IE:I Tomlch, Ellzabeth Elchardson, TX r I ' , L, T Q - I, f Tomllnson, Jlm Cypress. TX I Q t' f I Tompklns, Jlmmy Buda. TX RI ' I ' Toot, Peggy Pasadena, TX W I 5 V 4 "" It Tnppert, Beth College Station, TX If ,I I an -II IPI -'I I ' ra' I It I - r Ia? Toppert. Gary Prophetstown. lL ' , ,AI I . "' I ' 'P Torbert, Greg College Statlon, TX 'EI' ' , ii A 5' ' g, ,T Totten, Susan Waco, TX A- - .I" Y- I Toudouze, Kenneth A, San Arltonlo. TX ' 'W' I 4 " r Trageser, Rochelle Spnng. TX ,I l ,J -' v- I II We , ,W Trahan. Paul Mrauarr, rx , ' A ' Trahan, Ronald Baytown, TX ,. GI V 9 'C Travls, Lesa Maerl Vldor. TX 6: Q gi: -3 5 I f ' 3 g Q- 5' - K Trchalelr, Darla Baytown, TX ' 'e ' , .V - 5 , , Ti ' 3' - I 1- - f "' .,,,, ' ' v ' v Trefny, Thomas Houston, TX git:-w I l I Treude, Pegl M El Campo. TX ' K, ,ggi g l Trevlno, Serglo Houston. TX I , eee- - " ' ' ' "o l be r X . ll A 7' ' ' -f "" ' ff-fvfz " - uf--f wwf-- Treyblg, Holll Rlchordson, TX I I KI: if ,I Trlbble, Laura Austln, TX . WI I ' f ' ' I, " 'fl Trlcka, John Rlchardson, TX 'A' 6' .I 1 , T I all U, 5'-T J 571 :I A' Truelove, Denise Lafayette, LA I I ' ' III. V I' II I ' ' I I 5' I . Iv, , Truesdell, James Honolulu, Hl I " I I 'I' gy XII X Tsal, Chlou-Yueh Talpel, Talwan ROC TI I f I fr II I, ' I 3 Ii I ' , chan D ll , X . T l' '. ' ,, '- -J" 1, . , . r 'V . Ts tz, Todd a as T I ..,. K I III .I II ISIITII K u . . . Tubb, Robert Mlchael Palestlne, TX . - If ' fr ' - 2 Tucker. Karen College Statlon, TX ,S , A 9 4 V , 'A '- ', '11 Tucker. Susan L, College Stcltlon, TX A T I 'T T I J 'Q' 'X l ? Q I-: I 19- in I en Turner, Jerry Crosby, TX ' Q - lf 'I ' ' j I Q Ie Turner, Phyllls A Clute. TX ' ., II r W Qi' I I Turner, Sarah Jane Deamnlle. TX ,." ,", ,, Ta Turner, Wllllam Odentan. MD , 2 If , 1 . P , 1 1 JiQf.f'fQ EU I Tuschak, Llsa San Antonlo, TX ' l, .' ,', ' f Tyler, Thorp Arerrrr. rx 'fffzff ' ., ' - ' Ulaga, Eric Bryan, TX I I 6 2- 'M ' 9' I 3 S' - X .I F it 9 42 'v- . ' 3: 'K 3 Ulrlch, Stephen Schulenburg, TX T v I, II ff, ' I ' II I 44 I -,-I Ii Urban, Jlll Rrflrrrrdsarr, rx ' Il A I- -- ..,II- K Usnlck, Mark Amarlllo, TX If! 'III IIIIT1:-w4Yi,f I4 , Usry, Joan Dallas, TX I I !'g I II I 'W II' I .15 I . l ,,,, ,I ' 1' '21 Ulf if llfffr v ' V , V W A .- T ' ' Vacek, Douglas Rlchmond, TX J "-. r J I II,, ' U Valenta, Carolyn Denlse Bay Cnty. TX 'I QIIIVII ' ' Valerlo. Ed Pasadena, TX X K ., 6 TJ T S T ,, n Q 1' - Valkavlch. Lla San Antonlo, TX --,'. 5 w , , ' ef' on -, - T Van Cleve, Llsa Uuolde, TX I ' 3 J' '. ,I I'I g l I Van Coates, Rlcky Houston. TX A i I, - I' .I I" .e J ill' , ar. Df,u:rr,nl:ln. Chrlsllna College Statlan, TX ' ' 4' ' H 57 'I I 4' - Fl 'r'1." 'l' Ti 2. 1' -' Vanblbet, Scott Houston, TX - 2 , , 4" 3241 'a"fJ7a. Klmberly Shlner, TX -II ' :QAYT I nienberg, Jlm Tampa, FL T' T IE' I 1 2, :I A 4 -1 1 5,- Var ir U-frrr, f,r,lle-ge Stauon, TX fr . " Il ' jI .Y '34 ' K I III 1 al e Curl A Hondo, TX 55' I 112 3' ' 1 Q I I ' ' Vanduv ffl. fIC,ll,:a,e I3lm,0,,I TX I I ,, I N' inf. In x ' I, Paloma Houston, TX h " 'M k 3 ' I 2276? - g l V-S r' - r r 'Y' ' lf ri" "ij, - - -- - ., , ,.,,,,. , VIIII IIIIIII GA , V V I f.. .,r. ,I ,, II I . I Vanoni. , frrr TX 1 " " J . .VII - 'fig Vanont l K , ' I , I 1- t Vanwlnkle, Kay Lynn .Su ' ' A 4' . T2 ic' I 5 A S ' 'C 9 1 Varano, Bc I K ' 'X - ' T5 ff, KI - r Vastlne, Victoria L I KCI II Why I K I - I - I, :ix Vaughan, Clayton ' ,. 2 Izirfgx-rI I , II Ing I I Im! I f . fx ' - IT: 7 I! Q5 F wnfa .L I5 , , ,'-gan'-'sf - - 4, , ., agp,-1--: . .. m x- - - l 1 iffy? 1 ,--fl ff?-.gr-,xref W - - ... , a 1 .IQ 4. - f.i HQ Q.. , :x,..,, - 12 z Q YI- 72 J A -a ,:-IL! 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Joe .-Munn TX Vetters, Charles Lake Jackson TX Vrclkers. Randy R-chnrwa TX Vue, June bpnrg TX Vlguet. Mark A .Nader cr.: IX Yrllarreal, G!orra Sl' Anttrn , TX Villarreal. Rncardc F.:.'m'.x TX Voelkel. Mark S Kart TA Vogt. Danrel Norrhwle .W Vogt. Thcmas Lrizetw' CO Vondra. Parrzck E.. ess ftf Vonenff. Kam .Lit-mmf TX Voorhas En: Maas: TX Vos, James New .::, TX' Venom Txmolhx D SZ' -Vi." " Vuong, Tam:-thx rr."-:tr TX Whddefl. Karen D.: .2 TW. Wade Jar. Sieve'-Q 'Y Wadhuan. Savra if -1 Nkaasttsrt? Lian F: J. 5-" xugw of , sf Kbv- .- 'x Wagner ,'.r'in Llc' 'N kkagsrarf R:-rc: -K: 5' 1' 'N Waimea H. cnt T SQ 1. 'X L.. X mm gf: Mm . J.. , Rani: Dax Q ex: "' k5.a.drcr aarrws .. lr: ,. .. Wales Dar ,'::.:L:" TX W.x.es. T':i'x f""r. fX Warn? E: Q N1 :Tac ' LT. 'X XKJACZ H ra ,al ' 'X XR aka: 'vas H11 -1 N: 'X SE ICRS 780 Seniors Walker. Judy Houston. Walker, Patrtck Houston. Walker, Shen San Antomo. Walker, Susan lbhtle Oak. Wall-ter. Thomas Tyler Wallace, Beth Bavtou-n, Wallace. Carol Houston. Wallace. Chrts Burkl:-urnetr Wallace, Frank Jr Urrtuerstrl Ctty. Walston. Andy College Statton. Walter, J Cratg Dallas, Walters. Bradletgh Plano. Warhert. Stuart Brvan. Ward, Rob lrumg Ward. Susan Houston, Ware, Janet Lake Charles Warner, John Waco. Waronott. S Dax-td College Statran, Warren, Eric E Dallas, Warren, John San Antonto. Warren, John D Bryan, Warren, Stacy Amartllo. Wartenbach. Kurt Houston Waters. Jay Dallas, Watkms, Sharon Austun, Watson, Angela Houston, Watson. Karen Texas Cnty, Watson, Wesley Brownwood, Watts. Kevtn Houston. Watts, Ktfnberly Longutew Weatherly, Darrvl Vtdor. Weaver. Phtltp Benton. Webb, Joy Dentse Lorena. Webb, Paul Mesqutte. Webb. Ruth Beeutlle Weber. Eleanor F Webster, Weber, Melante Deer Park. Webber, Troy Vtctorla, Weber, Wendy Houston, Wedner. Lmda Brenham. Wegenholt, John Columbus. Wehrtng, Joel Brenham. Werse, Sheryl San Antonro. Wetshuhn, James Columbus. Wetshuhn. Jams Columbus, Wetss, Btlly Brenham. Welch, Rhett Mesqutte. Welltener, Wade San Antonto, Welllord, Anne San Antomo. Wells, Mark Houston. Wells, Tracy Irumg, Wendel, Duane Santan. Wendt, Bruce Houston. Wendt, Phtl O College Statton, Wensmger, Tom Dallas, Wentz, Jeanie Houston. West, Shelly B McKtnney. Westbrook, S J College Statton. Westerhetde, Wtlltam Ft Worth. Westholl, Peggy Ft Worth Wetten. Joan West Pomt. Whaley, Davtd B Perrm, Wharton Catherine Conroe. 'like-at, Shannon Sprung. Gary V Dallas f 'fbias Snyder, Whll are Jackson ' Orange Wh, 'f,.f,gf,,1 wma, K ff -f 1 x ,--51-,eff ---if Gy. gg? W ,,,,r W X ee 1' -'r V- ef f " 'ig '- wg f f ' :L if Qt. gas- ,761 3, 4, G :.-- -4, ,I r f L ,,,. . ,--, , . , st- - . , l 29' '92 fl .' t ef . lf!! 4 6 X l 2'-fs ' ' j '1 I are 1 . 43 1 1,4 11 if ., MA' , r, " ftp- ' - -- 4--4 at ' A 2' t , K l -. f' uftiilfltzlsg r ' 1 F?fg,jT'Tf" ' f'Q51,ifQQF ' yy dwg? 32:11 ,' f:fw:Wfff V f , 1 n Q V ,,g,f1' '3 .' 552, 42-Z' 'A 9' 'fy M' f QQ ff" ij' ' . .pa .. - - ,1 ' irgw ' an ' r," - " W' . 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