Texas Tech University - La Ventana Yearbook (Lubbock, TX)

 - Class of 1958

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H... , ,A . 11,1 f ggi 'wigs 3 E . .f"i'1:v V A VENTANA Texas Technological College Lubbock, Texas 'S lv 462 332 A A Page 4 EDITCR'S NOTE When Coronado's Expedition passed through the Great Southwest one of the explorers carved on a stone, Paso Por Aqui--I passed here. That unknown explorer was the begin- ning of a long succession of travelers who passed this way and likewise left their mark on the development of the South- west and ultimately upon Texas Technological College. The 1958 LA VENTANA has endeavored to recapture this mood, and show, through the passage of these peoples-from the Spanish explorer to the farmer to the 1958 Techsan-the heritage and the future of Texas Technological College. As you examine this book now and in years to come, we hope it will bring back memories of the days when you and your friends passed this way and made your mark. PAT CULLUM Editor ooNTENTs Introduction . I-24 Sports. . . I05-I60 Administration . . 25-40 Organizations . . I6I-236 Personalities .' 4I-72 Schools . . 237-288 Activities . . . 73-IO4 Classes . . . . 289-4I7 Advertising and Index . . 4I8-452 Page 5 e 3 M M.. wma Xi W is -Q Ls Page 6 Q, if ge W ? A ss P1136 Por Aqui Wenzel Louis S'rangel He passed here and left his mark. . 3 Dedloatlon Wenzel Louis Stangel was born August 16, 1889, at Stan- gelville, Wisconsin, a town named for his family. He came to Texas with his parents before the turn of the century. After being educated at Texas A8zM and the University of Missouri, he taught animal husbandry at Texas A8zM. In 1925, with the opening of Texas Technological College, Stangel came to the new institution of higher learning to head the Department of Animal Husbandry. C Under his tutelage, Tech's livestock program grew from two gray mares to the present balanced herds of pure bred cattle, swine, sheep and flocks of fowl. He was named Dean of Agriculture in 1945, when Arthur H. Leidigh retired. He has directed the livestock division of the Texas Centennial, been superintendent of the National Aberdeen-Angus Show, judged the National Hereford Show, and directed the livestock division of the State Fair of Texas since post-war days. Among his many honors, Dean Stangel has been named by the West Texas Chamber of Commerce as a "Top West Texan" and holds an honorary doctorate from his alma mater, Texas A8zM. Upon the occasion of his retirement at the end of this aca- demic year, and after thirty-three years of service to Texas Technological College and the broad field of agriculture, we, the staff of the 1958 LA VENTANA, respectfully dedicate this volume to "Mr. Agriculturei' Wenzel Louis Stangel, who passed this way and left his mark. As Aclminis1'ra+ors, The Adminis'I'ra+ion Building Ja 5 'Sr ffm SM Q , 5 W.,z,n I A ff 4! 1 :Lg M , L., . as ' 1 , 5 "- f , , ., xg- , 74 . ' W ,. V 5, M, L, V f -V Q 4 f f w m :Q "wwf, K' . "ir "" f .. 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Page I7 and Texas The residence halls of Tech men Page I8 Wes+ Hall pp Hall Y Techsans , .,, 7-4 V --v W- ew - - -- :L ' ig? i YV . , , V ' 4' g .EAV A -1 3 , .nn. f .,..1. ini iw is 5 if New men's dorms. f-QW l"'ffifYF-lLi'g"'Q' -Aff1:frTw ffffff gf 3 5 K, . grew, ,L .W ,y 13153, f ir' N .Ji ,iii-if, ww: ":1.1"Y1 W' i' 1--'1 - . . .- 1 "5'..'5+- .L 'Wm as - V A . -Q QA X A li Beginnings of 'I'he new Book Sfore annex back of Wesi' Engineering Winn ' Building s'riII goes on as we enfer, i B I JE Wesi' enfrance Ad Building Page 20 The parking problem gefs worse every day. inhabit We love dorm life. Bu+, baby Page 2l and relax Page 22 Sou+l1ern Belles G i rl' s R u s I1 How angelic! Hisssst Someiimes rush is Hresome business. Page 23 Men's Rush Page 24 Why, John, how Ivy League! Dance mixer DIVISICJN I A ff PASO 'POR AQUI -- THE SPANISH EXPLORER Advenlurous Spaniards, eager for gold and impaiien-I' 'fo Clirislianize 'lhe heafhen, 'Iraversed 'lhe Soufh Plains area dur- ing lhe passing of 'ihree cenlurias. Coronado's magnilioeni' expedirion passed by Hue silo of Texas Technological College in l542. YY N. f Qigfzal .Z , ,M :Isl gig? -' K ,- F'-,?-if Q f Q - 55: K 41 :if-52?ff.Ls?wy, ig-I K? f 1 Vg- 'i1g1??giq.w ' 's , Adminisfrafors .....,. .... 2 5-3 I Siudenf Governmeni' .... .... 3 2-35 Sfudenf Life ....... .... 3 6-40 'wr W 1 a 3 wy- James Roy Wells Assis+an+ +o +he Presiden+ Dr. G. E. Giesecke Vice Presidenf in charge of Academic Affairs Page 26 Marshall L. Penninglon Vice Presiclen+ and Compfroller Seated: Watkins, Lindsey, Jones: standing: Orme, Haley, Wall, Callaway, Wooldridge, Hinn, Linebery. BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS W. D. Watkins .... . Chairman James L. Lindsey . . Vice-Chairman J. Roy Wells . . Secretary The Texas Technological College Board of Directors all successful businessmen in their respective fields. is the final authority on all matters concerning the They are appointed by the governor of Texas to serve College, The nine men who serve in this capacity are six-year terms on the Board. MEMBERS W. D. Watkins, Abilene James L. Lindsey, Midland Douglas Orme, Big Spring J. Eve++s Haley, Canyon C. l. Wall, Amarillo P. C. Callaway, Corpus Christi Floyd A. Wooldridge, Dallas Harold Hinn, Plainview Tom Linebery, Kermit Page 27 James G. Allen Dean of Sfudem' Life S+uden'r Life Iames G. Allen's position as Dean of Student Life has been more than adequately filled by the native Texan. His ability to meet and direct prob- lems for Techsans has made his warm, friendly smile known to all. Dean Allen began his career with Texas' Tech in 1927 as an English instructor. Since that time he has been Professor and Dean of Men, and in 1950 Dean Allen assumed the responsibility of all student aifairs outside the classroom. Assisting Dean Allen is Iames B. Whitehead, who has also worked as Assistant Dean of Men and as a Dormitory Supervisor. He is a graduate of the University of Indiana. Page 28 James B. Whitehead Assis+an+ Dean of S+uden+ Life mm-1" Lewis N Jones Wllllam H. Hassler Dean of Men Asslslanl' Dean of Men XM Miss Florence Phillips Mnss Jacquelnne Sferner Dean of Women Asslslanf Dean of Women W. B. Ga+es H, K. i N041 W. P. Clemenf Regislrar --h....,N,,,,, . Dean of Gradua+e School Page 30 C. Adrian Vaughan Direc+or of Public lnformaiion J. H. Millikin Direcfor of Exlension E- W. R. Talum Assis+an+ Direclor of Public lnformalion Facul+y Advisory CommiHee - mg N E. M. Rose, M.D. Direc+or of fhe Healfh Service Miss Shirley F. Schulz Direcfor of Food Service 'K' Student Council lst row: Ledwig, Alexander, Brown, Rainer. 2nd row: Mcllvain, Rogers, Estes, Shields.. 3rd row: Dyer, Vines, Steinman, Williamson. 4th row: Petersen, Merriman, Gibbens, Miller. 5th row: Strelili, Boggess, Echols. Dunlap. 6th row: Byrd, McAninch, Howard, Henson, Elliott, Hettington, Wilson, Hay. Ledwig, Rainer, Thompson, Eclclund, Alexander OFFICERS David Thompson ..... President Wick Alexander . Vice-President Don Ledwig . . . Business Manager Pat Rainer . ..... Secretary Judy Eclclund . . Secretary to the President The Student Council is the executive board of the Student Association which is an association of all under- graduate students enrolled in Texas Tech. As such, it represents the student body in the administration of student affairs. Members of the Student Council include the ofticers of the student body and elected representatives from each of the five academic schools, who are elected according to proportional enrollments within the schools. Through the Student Council there is a system of student participation in certain student-faculty committee-1. These include the disciplinary committee, campus planning, Student Union, traffic, publications, athletic council, allo- cations, student organizations, student welfare, and college awards board. The chief project of the Student Council is to allocate funds received from the student matriculation fee to Worthy student organizations. SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Peggy Miller David Steinman Sandra Shields Eddie Henson Bob Dyer Lynn Elliott Gerald Meyers Wayne Gibbens Gail Peterson Milton Vaughn Don Hay David Pennington Charles Strehli Richard Estes Jay Dunlap SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Dan Howard Dub Hettington Larry Merriman SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE Jack Boggess Liz Wilson Bob Byrd Jacky McAninch Donnell Echols SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS Janet Vines Carolyn Williamson Page 32 Alexander, Echols, Dyer, Sleinman, Myers, Esfes, Sfrelwli Merriman, Vines, Elllolf, Byrd, Pelerson, Rainer Boggess, Miller, Shields, Ledwig, Williamson, Hay Henson, Heallner, Howard, Herlinglon, Gibbens, Mcllvein Page 33 Supreme Court Q V Blake Baugh, Glenda Keith, Teddy Carthel, Derry Harding, Jackie Brooks, Neal Pipkin MEMBERS Derry D. Harding .... Chief Juslice Glenda Keiih . . Arts and Science Neal Pipkin . . . Engineering Teddy Carfhel . . Agricul+ure Blake Baugh . . Business Administration Jackie Brooks . Home Economics The Texas Tech Supreme Court is composed of six Court gives final decisions on the meaning of the Stu- members appointed from the Student Association by dent Association Constitution, in cases of controversial the previous yearis Chief Iustice and the executive interpretations, giving written opinions. officers of the Student Council. The Tech Supreme Page 34 Freshman Council lst row: Mullins, Cashion, Lundy, Christopher, Collier. 2nd row: Cole, Baker, Hail, Robinson, Duvall, Haynie, English, Toll. 3rd row: Sharp, Assiter, Oden, Honts, White, Hughes, Jobb. 4th row: Storseth, Richards, Montgomery, Hector, Close, Eastwood, Meyers. This year the Freshman Council was given perman- ent recognition as an administrative organization by President Tones. Activities included Freshman Convocation, the first ever held in the history of Tech. Dr. I. Chess Lovern, spirit. The council also sponsored the election of freshman cheerleaders, decorated ears for Homecoming parade, and sponsored a pep rally before the Hardin-Simmons University game. of the First Methodist Church spoke to promote school DORMITORY TOWN AT LARGE Bob Alexander Bobby Assiter Donna Sue Christopher Kay Cole Fred Baker Barbara Hail W. R. Collier Mary Jane Cashion Linda Jobb Susie Duvall Delia Close Ginger Meyers Suzie Eastwood Sharon English Pat Oden Bob Honts Jimmy Haynie Kay Sharp David Hughes Norma Dale Mullins Dick Toll Gay, Terry, Ka 4. - 4 ,-...fi i f y, White as Mike Lundy Mike Robinson A oFFicERs Jerry Storseth ...... President " " f LY A Mike Montgomery . . Vice-President Ai' L... , . . Lynn Richards . . . . . Secretary Nancy Hector . . A.W.S. Representative .. : -1' 7 fe-in Page 35 Page 36 Whal a guy won"I' do for a gal. Police lend a 'friendly hand. Those firs+ days were hecfic Thai firsl' 'freshman hop. wifh regis+ra+ion Everyone's goi' advice. The lines are end!ess. l've goi' fo resf. You mean i+'s closed? Page 37 Some like 'lo gel s+ar+ed early. Page 38 Oh yeah! Then +here's lhe parking lolz I " rf H53 VJQ HH 1 ': iff? f Q , sa? 3 235 ' ' ee,. l Olhers le? assignmenfs pile up. l ancl geHing inlo lhe " az An ' lei!! Finally Dad's Day arrives. bld roufine . . . This dad's glad fo be here. rlir I 'Wh Bul go +o class come hail or . . Page 39 The serious 'l'aslc of sfudying. +ill we finally gel' info 'rhe old grind. Books+ore purchases. Finally, we all end up ai fhe SUB. fm A f?ii5S?!i h........ DIVISION II PASO POR AQUI -- THE INDIAN NOMAD The Soufh Plains were occupied by nomadic Indian Iribes from +ime immemorial. "Borrowing" I'he horse from 'Ihe Spaniards, I-hese iribes became some of Ihe mosf experl cav- alry uniis ihe world has ever known. A favorife campsife from which Comanches, Apaches. and oihers hunted fhe American bison-+he mainsiay of Iheir economy-was fhe presenfl Mackenzie Sfafe Park. A ,f 'QNX QQ S x Campus Personalifies Who's Who ....... Tech Salufes ...... La Venfana Beaufies Sfudeni' Life .4.... 4 I -45 46-47 48-5 I 52-66 67-72 Mr 8: Miss Texas Tech Wick Alexander V Susie Miller Page 4l Richard Gerald Alexander 2.03, Inter-Collegiate Student Association, Presi- dent, Student Association, Vice-President, Pre- Med Club, President, Phi Delta Theta, Vice- President and Chaplain, First Methodist Church College Department, President, Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball, Double T Association, Student Council Representative, Inter-Fraternity Council, Student Religious Council, Student Union Pro- gram Council, Southwest Conference Sportsman- ship Committec, Junior Favorite, Sophomore Fa- voritc, Freshman Favorite. Sarnrnie Nell Fowler 2.05, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Vice-President, Home Economics Club, Treasurer, Alpha Lamb- da Delta, Senior Advisor, Drane Hall, President, Dranc Hall, Legislator, Mortar Board, Union Committee, Pi Beta Phi, Christian Student Foundation, Texas Home Economics College Club Workshop, Treasurer, Phi Upsilon Omi- cron, Home Economics Club, Wesley Players, Drane Hall Dorm Association, AWS, Ethel Fos- ter Home Economies Scholarship, Delegate to American Home Economics Association in St. Louis, Sears-Roebuck Scholarship: Kuykenclall Scholarship. Eddie Henson 1.87, Inter-Fraternity Council, President, Kappa Sigma, President, Saddle Tramps, President, Ar- nold Air Society, President, West Hall Dorm Association, Vice-President, Inter-Dorm Senate, Vice-President, Student Council, BSO Leadership Retreat, Co-Chainfnan. George Robert Anthony 1.93, Block and Bridle Club, Historian, Aggie Club, President, Aggie Club, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Marshal, Alpha Zeta, Aggie of the Year, judging Team, Livestock, Aggie of the Month. Buddy Wayne Gibbens 1.91, Saddle Tramps, President, Student Coun- cil, Kappa Sigma, Rush Chairman, Varsity Show Producer, Men's Inter-Dorm Council, West Hall, President, Pre-Law Club, "Mr, West Ha ." Don Ledwig 2.21: Student Association, Business Manager, Delta Sigma Pi, President, Circle K Internation- al, President, Tech Forensics Union, Vice-Presi- dent, Business Careers Conference, General Chairman, Saddle Tramps, College Traffic Com- mittee, Colle e Allocations Committee, Inter- Colle iate Delzate Team, "Mr. Executive" ol Phi gamma Nu. Wl1o's Whc Lynn Elliot 22.01, Engineering Show, General Manager, Eta Kappa Nu, President, Corresponding Secretary, Pledge Trainer, Tau Beta Pi, Pledge Trainer, Phi Delta Theta, Warden, Pledge Trainer, Social Chairman, Athletic Director, Engineering, Adver- tising Manager, Electrical Engineering Honor Fraternity, AIEE, IRE, Student Council Repre- sentative, Athletic Scholarship C4 yearsj, Iunior Rotarian of the Month. Derry Don Harding 2.55, Chief Iustice of the Tech Supreme Court, Baptist Student Union, President, Le Cercle Francais, President, Pi Sigma Alpha, Vice-Presi- dent, Pi Delta Phi, Secretary-Treasurer, Student Religious Council, College Awards Board, Phi Kappa Phi, Distinguished Military Student. Richard Li gon 2.20, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-President, Gor- don Hall, Vice-President, President of Iunior Class, Aggie Club, Block and Bridle Club, Sad- dle Tramps, Men's Inter-Dorm Council, Alpha Zeta, Senior Livestock Iudging Team, Iunior Livestock Iudging Team. In American Colleges Ancl Universities Iacky McAninch 1.86, Pi Kappa Alpha, President and Secretary, Block and Bridle, President, Tech Irregulars, President, Inter-Fraternity Council, Treasurer, Student Council Representative, A gie Club, Vice-President, I. S. Bridell Scholarship, Iunior and Senior Livestock and Wool Iudging Teams, Mr. "Good Human Relations." Pat Rainer 1.80, Student Association, Secretary, Pi Beta Phi, Rush Chairman, Book Reviewers, Vice-President, Student Council Representative, Freshman Class Secretary, Sophomore Class Favorite, Freshman Favorite, Wing Sweetheart. Betty I. Smith 11.25, Texas Home Economics Club, President- Elect, Home Economics Club, President, Texas Home Economics Club Workshop, Local Co- Chairman, Home Economics Club, Secretary, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Corresponding Secretary, Iunior Council, Alpha Lambda Delta, Drane and Weeks Hall Legislator, American Home Eco- nomics Association, Outstanding Sophomore, Home Economics Club, Dunlap Scholarship. Peggy Miller 2.63, Delta Delta Delta, President, Panhellenic Council, Vice-President, Drane Hall, Vice-Presi- dent, Women's Inter-Dorm Council, Treasurer, Student Council, Junior Council, Scholarship Award, Alpha Lambda Delta, LA VENTANA Beauty Finalist. Dean L. Rea 2.06, Senior Class President, Aggie Club, Presi- dent and Vice-President, Tech Union, Personnel Director, Tech Union Program Council, Saddle Tramps, Alpha Zeta, Agronomy Club, Aggie of the Month. Charles L. Strehli 1.78, Student Council Representative, Phi Kappa Psi, President, Association of College Union, Vice-Chairman, Tech Union Program Council, President, Dolphin Fraternity, Vice-President, Sigma Delta Pi, Vice-President, Double T Asso- ciation, Distinguished Military Student, W. B. Rushing Award. Mitchell Neal Pipkin 1.84, Si ma Alpha Epsilon, President, AFROTC, Wing Commander, Cadet Colonel, Tech Su- preme Court, Engr. Iustice, Inter-Fraternity Council, Treasurer, Air Force Association, Board of Directors, Vice-Chairman, Student Council Representative, Distinguished Military Student in AFROTC. Carolyn Reynolds 2.29, Mortar Board, President, Phi Upsilon Omicron, President, Texas Home Economics Club, State President, Texas Home Economics Club Workshop, Local Chairman, Iunior Coun- cil Reporter, Wesley Foundation, Drane and Knapp Halls Legislator, AWS, Dorm and H.E. Club Representative, Texas Home Economics College Club Workshop, American Home Eco- nomics Association, Women's Inter-Dorm Coun- cil, Wesley Players, Texas Home Economist of the Year, Home Economics Scholarship. Beth van Maanen 2.3, Pi Beta Phi, President, Mortar Board, Vice- President, Iunior Council, Advisor, Tech Union, Secretary, Tech Union, Chairman, Arts and Ex- hibits, World Traveler, BSO, Executive Council: Key Award, Harriet Rutherford Iohnson Scholar- ship, Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish Honorary. Who Ain'+ 8 Tech Salules icky McAninch, senior. Pi Kappa Alpha, presidenlz Bloclc and Bridle, presidenlq Tech lr- gulars, presidenl: Sludenf Council: Senior Favorile. Carolyn Reynolds, senior. Morlar ward, presidenlg HE Club, slale president Home Economisl of The Year. Larry Merriman, nior. Phi Gamma Della: BSO Refreal Commillee: Sfudenl Council. . .5 5 Y. - Y ,,,,,..-f' ee Boyd Monlgomery, senior. Alpha Tau Omega: Drum Maior ol lhe ed Raider Band. Pai Cullum, senior. Alpha Chi Omega, presidenl and Jlsianding member: Sigma Tau Della, secreiary-lreasurerg La Venlana, jilor. C. J. Wren, senior. Toreador, edilor. David Sfienman, junior. Sludenl Council: Phi Ela Sigma: Alpha Epsilon Della. Neal Piplcin, senior. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, presidenl: Tech Supreme Courl, iuslice: AFROTC, wing commander Cade? colonel. Wick Aiexancler, senior. Texas lnlercollegiale Sludenl Assn., presidenl: Sludenl Council, vice-presidenl: Mr. Texas Tech' Tech Union Program Council, Spring Feslival commiliee chairman. Belh van Maanen, senior. Pi Bela Phi, presidenlg Morfar Board: Tech Union Secrelary: BSO: Sigma Della Pi. David Thompson, senior. Siudenl Council, presidenlg Phi Gamma Della, Tech Union Board: College Awards Board. Page 49 'snr' , . , Q 5 xv? f f if , leaf f al, 5 kg f rx M, Q N :X 9 , fx , Q? x fi if A 4 E9 .auf -' A 35 f ' "ii, 1 F 2 I . flsl? lg if 955 hi f' x5E2'Qii! W' +i?fg?'?5fi f wV A SX Lf fi 1 5x A Nix tv ,. 25,94 I 32 gif. Q H 3 ii 571?s?ssg ,sz ' 5, x "wig if if Y - 5 if fs! K1 Q if if M65 , , M961 1 'I Ex lt EK .34 Lf' ,gf Q 1 Ag fsf r s Z 5 1' 5 I Tech Salu'res yd Leusing, senior. Alpha Phi Omega: BSU: Der Liederlcranlz. Dick Sewell, iunior. gma Alpha Epsilon, vice-presidenl: Cheerleader: Saddle Tramps: Bledsoe l-lall Wing Ad- or: Soulhwesl' Conference Sporlsmanship Commillee. Don Ledwig, iunior. Sludenl uncil, business manager: Della Sigma Pi, preside-nl: Circle K lnlernalional, presidenlz Pepper, iunior. Homecoming Queen: La Venlana l-lead Cheerleader: Sophomore Class Secrelary. Mary Alice Richardson, senior, Pi Bela Phi, social chairman: AWS, presi- denl: BSO. Peggy Miller, iunior. Della Della Della, presidenl: Junior Favorile: Sludenl' Council: Panhellenic. Wayne Gibbens, junior, Sludenl Council: Saddle Tramps: Kappa Sigma, presidenl: N757 Varsily Show, producer: BSO. Gerald Myers, junior. Double T Assn., secrelary: Junior Favorile: Sludenl' Council: Varsily baslcelball: BSU Council. Page 5I Presen+ing Hue I958 La Ven+ana Beau+ies As selec+ed by Jeff Chandler 75 ' X Q .1541 I A iw QI A 0 H, I H , 4 " , A 'ff J I Z' 'ff wwf wif, '7 L.,1'- L 5 Q is f K 1: ' VPEWSTSSHY i 225 'A EgfgSl?wA3hfif VK Q ez -ff W mg vw .sf H -ww QA ,, ' .. gg. ag, Y? 5 am . wg M .xy 4 5 53: p EQ. '4 if?234g. it Q, 2 '.L+w?f-wg T.-fi its " A .wi , 1 f 4 5, Q f 'Wx .ag 'X RW J, ,. 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Q vw- f Q w wiv? 1 Mary Cafherine Birkelbach Foniaine Fowler f FINALISTS l Page 64 Peggy Johnsion Nan Kelly Linda Rober'I's Annyce Gibbs Sandra Hendrix Roma Lou Mansel Mary Lynn Pevefo AnneH'e Rose FINALISTS Page 65 Carol Simpson Sherry Siafforcl 'X Pai Taylor Barbara Underwood FINALISTS Marilyn Warren Page 66 Beaufy iudges found if difficuli' narrowing down I04 candi- dales io 'I'wenl'y-five. All admi'Hed, however, They didn'+ envy Jeff Chandler his job of cuH'ing The field 'io only ien. Wish +hey'd make up 'rheir minds! I5 H- a muddle or a huddile? Page 67 9 T Tech has ofhe Fair Ladies Page69 4 N :,KW,,1,f - 1 5 V " , " 'Y BS YOU Can SC-26 an These also ran George, +hey're looking a+ us. Ho'l' Dog! One for me. . . . So did 1-hese Page 72 How aboui' fhis Army! So your alarm clicln'1' go off, eh? DIVISION III PASO POR AQUI - THE AMERICAN CAVALRYMAN The Unifed Sfafes cavalry fried 'Io pro'I-ecf ihe expand- ing American fronfier from ferocious, depredading Indians. Reconnoiiering and pafrolling from a line of fork along 'Ihe fnonfier, many unifs crossed 'Ihis area. Ranald S. Mackenzie passed by 'Ihe sire of Texas Technological College in I'he las? greaf Indian war in Texas. A ff Xxx . Hits f X!! , G5 . I ' F Communicaiions .. .... 73-77 Fine Arfs ..... .... 7 8-86 MiIi+ary ...... ..., s 7-97 Sfudenf Life .... ..... 9 8-I04 KTTC K The nerve cen+er of Sfafion KTTC Seymour, Carver, Rowe Tech's radio s+a+ion, Ann Sfovall fakes her +urn as a KTTC disc iockey during Hue Toys for Tofs radioH'1on. gk: 111 K65 THE TOREADOR Phil Orman Business Manager Bill Dean, Sporfs Edilorg Ben McCarl'y, News Ecliforg and Carolyn Mimms, Campus Edi+or look over Toreador dummy sheeis. Page 74 K' C. J. Wren Edilor 3-Times a week Tommy Schmidf, Sa+urday Copy Ediiorg Billy Ellis, Managiu Edilorg Mary Alice Afchison, Thursday Copy Ediiorg and Jam Hamm, Tuesday Copy Edi+or have frequen+ conferences keep 'lhings running smooihly. preador ad salesmen Bill Webb, Charles Sfogner and Mickey blaney discuss a full-page sig ad. ' Mariiayne Dykes is one of a sfaff of more fhan 30 apor'I'ers who 'ferrei oul' fhe news of Texas Tech. The oreador, published 'rhree fimes weekly, keeps +hem all usy, ei'I'her on 'ihe phone or simply doing leg work. LM WM ,x,,,,.M, H- I Copy Edifor Tommy Schmidf in a mo- menf of confemplafion. s+uden+ newspaper, Campus Ediror Carolyn Mimms explains 'io frosh repor+er George Phenix how she wanis a sfory pla ed. Like fhe ofher deparfmenial ediiors, Carolyn has compleie charge of her sec'I'ion of The newspaper. Page 75 3 . S LA VENTANA "5 f 4.-.4 Pal' Cullum, Edifor Q' . . . l ain'+ macl a+ no one. Don Madclox, Rollie McNuH', Ar+hur Burlces and Joe Spears . . We may nof be eFFicien+, bul- Mariha Wa+son, Asst Edilor . . . says which? and school yearbook 5 i l 1 Mary Kay McDaniel Charlie Smi+h Howard Humphrey Sfaff Assisfanf Copywrifer Arl Edifor Ww Viv- -Qi!-I Nancy Nelson, Associa+e Edi+or . . . me nei+her provide iournalisfic lraining. Personalifies Edi'l'or Beverly Burneii' in+er- views beau+y candidafe. Mary Jane Winder Miich Mayborn Secreiary Sporfs Edifor -fri' M 4155 John Roberfs, Business Manager . . . on Hue iob. Edi+or and sponsor upon learning LaVen+ana deadline was moved up 'ren days. RED RAIDER BAND Clarineis I Saxes Trombones Clarinets: Dorothy Atkins, Bobby Brown, Ray Christian, Lowell Cross, Carl Crouch, Helen Ethridge, Don Gilstrap, Ierry Godbey, Bob Harris, Gary Ioiner, Tommy Mayfield, G. Meacham, Iames Miller, Jeannie New- rnan, jane Patterson, Iohn Richie, Barbara Roach, Gracie Russell, Deanna Ward, Charles Williams, Curtis Wilson, David Winters. Comets: Roark Barnes, Ierry Bartley, Dalvin Boone, Drew Crossett, Carol Sue Fields, Page 78 Fluies and Woodwinds l Trumpe'I's Bariiones David Hamblen, Tommy Henderson, lack McPhaul, Duane Patton, Lonnie Pollard, Iaban Schneider, Ieif Templeton, Paul Wright. Bari- tones: Iohn Claypool, Bill Downs, Gerald Fenley, Carroll Loclcett, Bob Ray. French Horns: Buck Clary, Arden Gifford, Ronald Lemon, lay Matsler, Carol Squires. Basses: Milo Brown, Art Dodds, Iud Hewlett, Iill lost, Bill McDowell, Travis Searcy. Drums: Iohn Davis, 5 i Dr. D. O. Wiley, Direcior The Big Red Band, Percussion Ken Dosbier, Br-nni Dunn, lill Flint. C. A. Purdue, Leta Merle Roberts, Bill Sandy, Iimmy Snell, Mary Turberville. Flutes: Patsy Blevins, George Bucbanan, Drake Bundy, Pat Elder, Gloria Gentry, Glenda Harris, Carole Ian-obs, Dwight Pounds, A1 Roberts. Oboes: Betty Ayers, Harlan Lamkin, Freddy Miller. l.ilia Standefer. Bassoon: Jerry Stokes. Bass Clarinet: Carl Mathis. Tom Sbamburger. Contra Bass Clarinet: Don Grimes. I A. ,fs l s r I V , 1 if ' The Big Red Band pu+s up a good front Horns Basses Alto SflXl117l'LOHl'I Ierry Banks, Ierry Cburcb, Gene Lloyd, Barbara Me- Dougal, Reginald Narmour. Iobnnie Wade. Tenor Saxapnone: William Case, Robert Dupriest, Iames Henson. Baritone Saxaphonrf: Bill Bradley. Trombone: Sam Allred, VValter Breedlove, Earl Fitts, Doyle Gammill, Gerald Heath, Don Lott, jimmy Metze, Lee Boyd Montgomery, Bill Myers, Bill Robinson, Iohn Stalmaker, Claude Wortharn. Page 79 CHOIR MEMBERS l Ist Soprano: M. I. Campbell, L. Devenport, N. Kelly. I. Knowles, R. Schneider. 2nd Soprano: K. Adkins, C. Carthel, S. Dudley, M. Mack, P. O'Neill, M. Wynes. Ist Alto: B. Austin, A. Carver, S. Hemmle, G. Keith, Y. Skinner, B. Townsend. 2nd Alto: S. Bolten, R. Elliott, D. Magness, D. Pijan, A. Pointer, B. Tyer. Ist Tenor: B. Boyd, G. Burns, I. Devine, I. Farmer, I. McGraw, V. Prahl. 2nd Tenor: B. Boyd, G. Boyd, L. Dickson, B. Farmer, I. Matson, D. Pummell, C. Sanders. Ist Bass: D. Armstrong, Gilbert, C. Greer, B. Key, R. Pope, K. Prickett, T. Sanders, D. Scales, D. Watkins. 2nd Bass: D. Boyett, R. Coil, G. Dawson, Devenport, R. Moore, I. Muckleroy, B. Wham. Accompanist: K. Robinson, A. Ward. Teams up with +l1e choir, l ln Memorium MADRIGAL SINGERS These P3805 are fe5P9f dedicated to the memory oi Magness who lost his life Ia, 30, 1957, on a flying missiorl the United States Air l Magness was president 0 Tech Choir in l952-53, ann charter president of Zeta I chapter of Phi Mu Alpha fonia. l Ist Row: Von Prahl, Billy Key, Louise Devenport, Carol Carthel, Glenda Kei+h, Don Armstrong, Rex Pope. .2ncl Row: Irma Knowlecl, Yvonne Skinner, Sandra Hemmle. sal lt'll ll Page 80 musical produc'rions, Page 8l Dark of +l1e Page 82 "Dark of the lVloon,', the story of Barbara Allen, was the full production of the Speech Department. The play was performed to sell-out crowds for over a Week, and was hailed as one of the finest productions ever done at Tech. Marsha Reilly played the title role. The department selected William Shakespeare,s ':lVlaebeth,' as its Spring Production. The Aggie Pavilion Was made into a replica of the old Globe Theatre, and authentic costumes were worn. and Speech Depar'rmen+ Moon produdions Pag 83 Pg 84 Macbe+h +0 enferfain Techsans Page 85 Siudeni Publicaiions CommiHee Page ls'I' row: Phil Orman, Wick Alexander, Grace Wellborn, Bob Dyer. 2nd row: Pai Cullum, Jane+ Vines, Jacky McAninch, Reginald Rushing, John Roberfs, E. A. Gillis, W. E. Garefs, Bill Whi++ecl. 3rd row: Chuck Sirehli, Merton Dillon, Roberi Rucker, Dub HeFFing+on. ARNE RANDALL, Chairman FACULTY MEMBERS Mrs. Grace P. Wellborn Merton Dillon W. E. Gareis, Ex-Officio Members Reginald Rushing Robert Rucker B. J. Whi++ed E. A. Gillis WICK ALEXANDER, Student Chairman STUDENT MEMBERS Janei' Vines Bob Dyer Dub HeFFing+on Chuck Sfrehli Jacky McAninch The Publications Committee has general supervision dent Body President. The Committee's principal func- over all Tech student publications. The Committee is tion is directing the activities of the student newspaper, made up of six faculty members and six student mem- The Toreador and the year book, LA VENTANA. hers appointed from the Student Council by the Stu- 86 Angel Flight New ' The Angel Flight Drill Team OFFICERS Mary C. Birkelbach Jean Groesbeeclc . Celeste Ulrich . Karen Noteware Monita Apple . Janet Knowles . Donna Pearson Angel Flight, Women's Auxiliary of the Tech Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, is a national organization. Angel Flight sponsors a precision drill team and girl's rifle team. Angels also serve as official . . . President . Vice-President . . Treasurer . . Secretary . Group Captain . Group Captain . Drill Leader hostesscs at the Military Ball and other AFROTC functions. This year Angel Flight marched in the Homecoming Parade and at half-time activities at the Tech vs. Texas A8rM basketball game. MEMBERS Cheryl Allen Monita Apple Mary Katherine Birlcelbach Pat Cain Carolyn Cauble Linda Chappell Robbie Craze Jo Ann Dobbs Jeanette Duncan Pat Dunn Martha Eckert Martha Edwards Mary Helen Ethridge Ann Fursman Jean Grace Jean Groesbeeclr Betty Ann Hall Carol Jean Hanks Mary Alice Hardy Charlotte Hargis Nancy Harmon Pat Herbert Ginger Hill Jacquie Jouanet Gail Kilgore Janet Knowles Dorothea Koehler Linda Jo Lee Labritta Logsdon Donna Ledgerwood Gale McDougal Donna Meyers Marjorie Miller Sandy Militzer Ann Montgomery Karen Noteware Donna Pearson Barbara Peltrey Phyllis Phillips Rebecca Pierce Sarah Pinson Nancy Reams Beverly Quintanilla Brenda Schiller Wilma Scott Nancy Scuddy Donna Jean ltital Smith Lynn Thompson Kit Thromburg Celeste Ullrich Susan Veltmann Mary Wallace Viola Walton Marilyn Warren Mary Ann West Wanda Williams Shirley Wilson Barbara Wood Page 87 Arnold Air Society Arnold Air Society OFFICERS Thomas W. Sorrells Charles Raclcley . Captain Rambo . The Arnold Air Society, named after General H. H. Arnold, was founded at the University of Cincinnati in 1947 by Captain James L. Nolkamper. The organi- zation furthers the mission, tradition, and concept of the United States Air Force, and promotes American citizenship in an air age. Page 88 . . President . Treasurer . Sponsor Techis chapter, thc Lewis C. Ellis, lr., Squadron, is area H headquarters and publishes the "Arnold Air Letteru. Activities include organizing the AFROTC Association, assisting with the AFROTC Ball, and at- tending the national conclave. F.R.O.T.C. Siaff lns+ruc'I'ors E Wing Commander - , , ' . Wing Command Junior Wing Command 822nd Squadron S'I'aFF 823rd Squadron Sfaff f-.,-.-W, Sabre Flighi Commander 820:61 Group Command 824141 Group Command 82Is+ Group Command sabre FIigh+ Flighjr A Flighi- B Fngm c Flighf .,,,,--uv- Flighi' F Fligh+ G Page 9I Flighi H Flighi' I Page 92 Fligh+ J Fliqhf K Fligh+ L 0.T.C. Siaff Ins+ruc+ors Brigade S+aFF Firs+ Baffle Group Second BaH'le Group Third Ba++le Group Page 94 Company A Company C ompany B Company D Company E Company F a nf Firsi' Plafoon Second Plafoon Firsi' Plafoon Second Plafoon Page 95 51 ' -W -af Q 1 :df 'Eng' 8 'ay u I 5 af ig Q . o . M fi f1'rxY'4Q J x . ff Q -, W W Q 'DG J. . . . 1 6 L3 4 . S,c?'Q-1 E " I A nf . 3 Qi 'A 'fx .iffy .K it wi: , "Q .' 3' I ,ig s L Q ,bm ,Rf 1? iA ,Y -ww- ,L f ,img - 1 5, 1 my 72? W9 f- .,"y' '6- . ff- 'QQW . ig ' 'WX . -'-Wf qv- W f. '-'af K' .. . -4 .,. q, - ' Q ' 4 Q L ,if 5 - gf? . . l s ' Q A :gm-"1 U5 Mkt gk P s:ASI41x,-SBE-Sikfii 'IA , ' . . Q - waz iw, s v-YQ - 'E'-YK 'U' E IQ: . D Q Qgwg.-5, J 6 1 3 Q K tl B Q 2 , tt S 3 a i Ex A f ':gQ3'4ii? I 5 if '24 -.Q . , ,F .4 -- 4 1 ' ' . 1 , , , . My :fx W tl 8 x jk i Ku ,kg ,z ma , -lf Q ai'- gif? M .,.. Q Ba nd Sfaff Command Sam Housfon Rifles ROTC Band Page 97 How come yo'u undersfand and I don'+???? ,wa ...ag .Wa - Homecoming came Page 99 Building floafs for Homecoming . . . we 'rhink 'rhe ends Qin Page IOO Q i 1, 5 P: - 5:5 ': , . A ' 5 Q, W '51 J Q n .jf ,i .X hm, ..-- A v'fQ,e3,? Q S 3.5 Tm 4n , , .. 4 5 , A, Y V , K 5 :im fwawQ -af ffffira. W ,Q mwwwff N .1 :KH Ili., more fhan lushfy +he means and I+ s fun K- Eg ,X V 'WX if i Q , V ' .ev - A-us"4'9' JQ ' A in i5', ' ,.,. 1 Egg., '. Homecoming The Sfudeni' Council Presideni' presenfs Hwe Queen. awards for floafs and decoraiions are presen+ed MM, -aSmY1.w.1zL, Page I02 S xx I Fes+ivi+ies include a pep rally and Homecoming Dance ff' '-cw" I W --1 w11kvwaw Homecoming Dance, 'Fea+uring Charlie BarneH's Orchesfra climaxes a long weekend . . . And oh, wI1a+ a dance! DIVISION IV PASO POR AQUI - THE BUFFALO HUNTER Indian raids on lhe seH'lemenl's did noi' cease un+il fhe infrepid and somefimes avaricious buffalo hunfers lcilled ol? 'lhe lndians' source of supply. Buffalo l'lUh'l'9l'S camped in Yel- low House Canyon during flue I870's and 'l'l'l8 famous Mooar Bmiliers hunied buffalo on fhe sife of Texas Technological College. X Ill X by P Foofball . . . Baskefball . Track .... Baseball . . . Swimming . Golf ..... Tennis . . . Fencing . . . lnframurais Sfudenf Life I05-I23 I24-I35 I36-l37 I38-I39 I40-l4I I42-I43 I44-l45 I46-I47 I48-I49 I50-I60 Cheerleaders ,. W, MA . , vm.. ,, , , ,, .Af fi- -f V f W :sw if SE ll f if a fl ' 1 'N 1 V I S K s i , 3 1 i 1 Az. 'A I f. Yi., J . Q " 4 Top of+l'1e 'I'o+em pole is, S'I'an Powers Dick Sewell lBoHom L. fo R.l Susie Miller, Bill Bean, Sharla Pepper A+ Work . . . A+ Play , ' '3ffg f:s.," "-12.3 vfm:f42',1k g fm 3 ,Q Q. ieigvfffzigffsvfg 1' -1. P' -f .s f ei,-" ' gi-4,45 fZ'5f1gfff- ' Aw 'in . , TP Agra ag- X 1 new 4 .A 1 ,k W . ,lin LF' x Ur QSM ' .gyl fe, : W. ms!2?5Egw1? , . .. -1. aiqfgw.,,fgfagee f,wfg,z-ff' 1 J' if Y X ja EJ M we ,gf 2 XX 3 Q 3, , ' 1 im. - ' 1' , M l. X 1 '. 3 "X ,IIIV ik' Q ' ,rg if' V, K gal, -191 I WL . I -a 4' if Y I ,. Maw J ! .wr- guna -Y 2 0 jf ggzaf' F. , -haw -N, 31 , ,vw IX 'ffl V. .. nwpwv ya mi I gl z 'a l me l , Q iii ,fl' g.aifM3,ff.,Qg,:gFs' ' x 'Y fe.. I " K . a, e ff ,al .whxmb DeW!TT T. WEAVER Head Football Coach Football Coaches Having worked to get Tech into the Southwest Conference, Head Football Coach DeWitt T. Weaver continues to guide the fortunes of the team. Although the 1957 season was unsuc- cessful, his contract was extended for two years and he will coach the 1960 football squad, the first to engage in title play in the conference. an AUBREY PHILLIPS Assls+an+ 'football Coach JOE MOSS Assistant 'football Coach Q? 5 , 1, 5 ? Q Proposed addifion fo 'fhe Cli'Fford B. and Audrey Jones S+adium I E F , BUD SHERROD JUNIOR ARTERBURN Firs'r Assis+an+ Foofball Coach Assis+an+ Foo'rba!l Coach E Referee, acfion. Milton "Rabbi+" Vaughn l26l fries +o roam against the Buffaloes Wesr Texas S+a+e Takes Opener, I9-0 The l957 football season opened on a note that was to continue almost without exception for the entire season-Tech lost. The West Texas State Bulfaloes trampled the hapless Raiders l9-0, mak- ing it the first time since l93O that the Buffs shut out the Raiders. The fired up, but shorthanded Raiders battled the Buffs to a First half draw, but too many penalties, fumbles and West Texas State players com- bined to swamp Tech. A hard loss to take, the squad never quit hustling. Quarterback Floyd Dellinger performed well under his first test at using the Split-T, and his passing and running were sharp. However, Bob Ratliff, Charles Sanders and Ronnie Mills of West Texas proved too much for the Tech eleven. x , 4' s " iv.. L. , iyuwwa are I V , ig! X l, 7? .aw i Z, fi llip Mwrfg tffsae X if 3,3 xl fi Z f tr Q 3 v,-K AJ 53 - 'I-'ellyaalv-. .gt-A-we -I 7 Qg' gf will mr A k R "" N 1 5 ' AE, ,gf V I . ..- , S 4' p , 4 V ... , gt y u p X " W ll xi Jimmy Allison Jack Andrews Lawrence Barber Miclcie Barron 2. 5 VNU K -,om M.. 1 3 e. . W 1 T V .'., .. , JV, , 5 7 -V,- . . ,, We . . " A I M5 " .S . . ff 1. 1 WW. Y 4- QM 'Hx ,Q e i QL + f M , , I. 3 xi sig ' 'kai ' X M M Q 4 ,Q v , S ,, C 4 f 1' , Q Hifi 5 ef H sd, A fr- V K 5 4" " ff fy 2 X 1 . gb? . Q ,Q 1 'UH 'V ii Q Y , ,L , S M X fl 55 ,- , ,.,-mf'-m..1.,a,' , Vx 1. Le+'s go now . . . Through +he cenfer . . . Info 'Hue open . . Go! Raider, Go! l 7 5 ,el Flrsl Down! ya? " 7 . yilifznu . we 21222121 -5 L' 4 .. g , , R ' V :ef S . Fl Q, 1 i, 3 L fl M., E-4' 31? , f fi. K "" ' a 1 rj' Jerry Bell Loose ball! mfmkliil ,..,,....-. Nm:-I "" MLVQTG' Gene Benfley Wins+on Boelcer Bobby Cline 'S wr J , K L A ' ' Ig ,,., WN - ,E MAR yprltxfn X Fancy ball handling and pitcl-louls aided the Aggie cause as they went on to win 2l-O. Texas Aggies, No. 2 in Na+ion, Win 2l-O Bravely battling the No. 2 team in the nation, the Red Raiders lell before an overpowering onslaught. After having held the Aggies in the first half, sudden power applied in the second left Tech on the short end of a 21-0 score. Tech led in rnost of the departments except scoring. The Raiders had l5 Hrst downs to the Aggies' 13, total yards gained ol 3l8 to 255, and com- pleted eight out of l3 pass tries as compared to the A8zlVl total of one coni- plete out of five tries. Q 1 1 25 ' A . ,g A A -.-1 , ,grlz-L , ' deff y . Y. ig, mu y? i J! , 21, ' ix ' F ,WW ',de :fi A J gi 5 ek gg , gy x in Sl ,,,, i A lm. ...gm f C -f i W 4"i"""", .g ' ' " ff 4' ..,. . EL W, N ,, g V 7 uv' fy-Qjjf12' KW i.is i J - a t f 'X Y ,,,,. ,..,. QRS "'t i p F i - i s y 'ill , A ,.,, J ' 1- fwygfll' l , Floyd Cole Floyd Dellinger Charles Dixon Charles Flanagin 4 rn, .,. 1 I, M A ,iq S i t 4,,55V-g,.ti-L if, w,5 ,wikw ,V ,riT:x', A V' A MA .P ia?-4 V X 7 qumwqh. N. I' 'lffff . ..,, JH' -5 A In W .Cp td MW? Jack Henry .f 3' , w ,gg ire, 1,5 .K ,fl .Gr A, se' -3, v we ' : Mmk, 3' ,Q 4 'ab .3 lf Charlie Dixon brealcs inio ihe open 'for I0 yards and a Firsi down. Todd Henson My Texas Western Strikes Cut Tech, 26-I4 Hamil+onJenkins With three losses so far in the season, the Raiders were looking for their First win. However, over 100 yards of penalties and a costly fumble on the Miner five cost Tech the game. The fumble was possibly the turning point of the game. In the second quarter, the Raiders were leading 7-6 and were on the Miner five when the fumble occurred, nipping the Raider drive and allowing Texas Western to get control of the ball. ' Considerable pushing and shoving as the Raiders lock horns with Texas Western. wwe 'aizfi Jimmy Knox Carlos Lerma -' 36. 11 ,- me I -rf. ,fp r -1 tif if-3-K , Lap ' ,QQ Y ' 'i 1,2 M x 2 gg, 1 fx ll ,.f 4V""M .QB l .tc ' ff A will N 'A' X What are +l1ey doing? .vi .', V Billy Woodin Baylor Scrapes By, I5-I2 Two seconds before the half ended, Baylor's Iunior Bell kicked the field goal which won the game. As time ran out, the pigskin crossed the upright and the three winning points Were tallied. Barely getting by, Baylor had to fight all the Way. The Raiders got off several long runs, but could not capitalize on them. The longest, by Milton Vaughn, was a 42 yard dash to the Baylor 8. However they did not score and Baylor took possession ol the ball. Stop thai, you bully! ,.,,., ,ggi Oooh! Milton Vaughn beginning the 42'yard run to the Baylor eighf-yard line. Ar. , V, 1, .,i 3 1' at 1 1 M - if i f , 1,4 " f e' gfag A t 'gk' V, X 5-A T at if r B new 12" 1 ...' , r l -af Q :QA M-M' t if ' -. 1' ii B if ' A "t T fc wiv' Qr" " Eel: NW f A - ,Q T 2 1 A i , QV' ,. , N G A ,,a, I I it as fi qAAv.l 41, vm MT Q- , l A Miller Mathews Bobby McCune Charles Moore , Mack Pogue N 1. Y .. ., QL., uk. , M 1:53932 in 5.23 D .V 1? sv. ,gf ' J". :px :ag , N ,, I .V -1, f Q, 33.1 f 4 , 3 .,,, ,, 0' ' 'Aww -, sw J PM -'WSI , Q m R-if 2 'V' 315, X www? mi: ' nk f': M,.1: . 3 4 11, , K. ,m,V X There goes fha game . . . was Tulsa mana goal was ma margin of vzafafy. Tulsa Spoils Raider Homecoming It was homecoming day and spirits were high, but the Tulsa Hurricanes sent the Raider fans home feeling depressed. Tulsa's Gandy had the bad manners to spoil Tech's homecoming by kicking a field goal to provide the Hurricanes with a 3-0 lead it never relinquished. The Tulsa defensive line stiffled the game. Impotent Raider attacks, time and again, as Tech got Within smell of paydirt, never could quite shove thc ball across. Tulsa, on the other hand, also failed to mount a scoring punch-with the exception of Gandy's Held goal. The Raiders outgained Tulsa 262 yards to 219 yards. Tech went to the air for 83 of its yards, While Tulsa picked up 24 yards on passes. Card displays for the exes. min , ,W 1, if-Q V' iz lfibyi W q t S 1 ,.. . ' 1- A u if f Q a ,Ja 'F Hf,,,,l5r,'v'm 1555, a..J1.aaat ' eeffaf ' 14 H 4 95" -H il 3 2' Q nf-,aa any Ella 1 8 an 35 'zmag -,mn-hgutnn 1, if n 1 s X Q 54,3115-ltvci . grim! x 3 -is 1 ' A n '1 Q iii Y , K X g ua T on mvrkastd 8'-i?'Q by , :hymn . .. xx- gil! . , .- a 7 . 5 1 Q 1 r L 5 'T R a hr a... agkmmn ' ' . 'a K 'W -. 'X-4 ' ' ' 'fa' 'v D ' 'V 1:-'.?E5'!3 921 M"-1-x:.'yHaaxi:1t2'-2 ii i, A , tr' 4, ina 1 1, CN 25:31, ,lndax,.v.., -H f -'- r 1 I 1' " 4 V H 435. K .431 . af. iii. 3 Msn - ., ' ,U ranlla ws . ','Nb.3,-F na .. is -15-' '.-a,'gf,'f . ' s ' - i r 4 - in 2, A ' 7- ' . , : snr. it ., ,4,. 1 J 'Q 4 ," o 'Y 7 . Ulf- . 4 .. A 4. A VL? R an me 1 fl H F xr 1, . sr V t. s v 7 K a ' ,- - A ,. YARV., ,,,,, ,ax l...yAH . 'I' ,sf ,',L.1it 1 Q. 405.6 5: v. Q11 la 1'f-,'5'Q.'a 21:15-,. af .fi 4 s 15 , ' W Qjilm 'Uii-a ' V ' alqleiflx ' will 2' 3735 4, gifs QQ: asf s ,I rr? ' wiht' Q .gbxrzl 3,'.,. - if .L 24, awk 1. wiv. 3 V 1 5 ky a 'Q 1 W 1 Carrying the players off the field-an old Tech tradition. Tech Wins One, Loses One The Red Raiders finally broke the ice and won against Arizona, dropping the Wildcats 28-6, but then Oklahoma State returned Tech to its old ways the following week by coming out on the upper end of a tight 13-0 defens- ive battle. Against the Wildcats, four Raiders crossed into pay dirt. Halfback Ronnie Rice scored first on a 21-yard run, followed by halfback Timmy Knox, who took a nine-yard pass from quarterback Jerry Bell. Fullback Floyd Cole climaxed another Tech drive with a two-yard dive through the line. Halfback Mickey Barron closed out Tech's scoring with a 60-yard gallop. Arizonais "offense of the futurev bottled up the Raiders for a quarter until Tech's defense learned to cope with it. Arizonais lone score came on a three-yard plunge by Jim Tate. Tech picked up 379 yards to the Wild- cats' 270 yards. The following week the Aggies from Stillwater, Oklahoma threw up a stubborn defense to stymie the Raiders l3-0. The tough Oklahoma State defense kept the Raiders from penetrating until deep in the second quarter. Tech didnit threaten seriously until the fourth quarter, when the Raiders engineered two drives that died on the five-yard line and the six-yard line. Quarterback Dick Soergel sparked the Aggie offense to two scores, tossing a 28-yard pass to halfback Duane Wood for the first, and sneaking over from the one for the second. Oklahoma State picked up 14 first downs to 13 for Tech. The Aggies outgained the Raiders 299 yards to 251 yards. Page II7 Jerry Seltridge Bobby Stafford Jerry Stockton J Tp' . , H, "5 5,-,vjf-Lg: I FMT WWW 1 H' 1 .f X Q 5' W ' 'N if ig' i afl fiaf f- V ' k f ' '.' LQ?-fo Tim Stone 4 Q.. 1 Ed Sfriclxla nd sem--A "UQ" Ken Talkingfon - K ' af--H-nf .I b N :Rx .tx .1 ,J ii I . I xv r . K iii 1 . -.1 ,W ,. Bill Turnbow 'ff'7?5.z4.'S- i-.AH f ' i Q- 'taggff ff. y Q - .e'f"f?"- 3 iff' f-1 W .., .. ,,i fwl. T ' , , - - 3 X' ., X... gt ' 5 .kiuiff . W , J , .W Phil Williams Bell Sparks Raiders Past Cowboys In the final home game of the season, the Raiders broke into the win column for the second and last time by downing Ken Ford and Company of Hardin-Simmons 26-24. Tech rolled up 422 yards in the battle of olienses while the Cowboys garnered 321 yards. Raider quarterback Ierry Bell out- shined Ford in the passing department as Well as the running de- partment. Bell figured in all four of Techis touchdowns, passing for two and running for two. Ford sparked the Cowboy attack with his accurate tossing. He completed 12 of 22 attempts, while just one was inter- cepted. Two of his passes went for touchdowns. His passes ac- counted for 163 of H-SU's 321 yards. Bearing H-SU at their own game. The Raiders caughl' and threw more passes than Hardin-Simmons. Razorbacks Sfampede Raiders, 47-26 Tech ended its season with a fizzle, losing to the Arkansas Razor- backs 47-26 in Fayetteville. The Raider defensive line found it hard to cope with the bevy of fast, hard-charging backs thrown at it by Arkansas. At one point Arkansas scored 3 touchdowns in five minutes. Besides the proficiency of the Razorbacks, ball carriers, the two quarterbacks, George Walker and lack Christian, called a master- ful game and passed well. The Arkansas defensive line was leaky at times, but with the proficiency of the Razorback offense, they had a few points they could afford to spare. Scoring for Tech were Roberts and jimmy Knox on passes and Ronnie Rice on a run. 'F 3. nf was A, , s -we H"s this way, coach Tech's air a'H'ack clicks once more. . .t V? V5 !' W No one was happy. l. I Above is lhe I957 Red Raider foolball squad. Lisled alphabelically, lhe players are: Wick Alexander, Jimmy Allison, Jack Andrews, Lawrence Barber, Mickie Barron, Jerry Bell, Gene Benfley, Roberf Benton, Norman Blocker, David Bourland, Gene Bruedigam, Ray Campbell, Bobby Cline, Floyd Cole, Juan Delgado, Floyd Dellinger, Charles Dixon, Lynn Elliolf, Charles Flanagin, Sherman Glass, Harold Gcodson, Ray Gressel+, Pal Harlsfield, Jim Henderson, Jack Henry, Todd Henson, Shelby Hudson, Billy Janca, Hamillon Jenkins, Jimmy Knox, Bobby Kyzar, Carlos Lerma, Howard Lynch, Miller Malhews, Bobby McCune, Charles Moore, Dwayne Powell, Don Pringle, Ronnie Rice, John Riddle, John Roberfs, Homer Rosenbaum, Huberl' Schulz, Harlan ScoH, Gerald Seeman, Jerry Selfridge, Bobby Sfalilord, Jerry Don Slocklon, Tim Sfone, Ed Strick- land, Kennelh Talkinglon, Bill Turnbow, Millon Vaughn, Phil Williams, and Billy Woodin. vrQ9 l957 Co-Caplains Pal' Harlsfield and Charlie Moore. Page l2O Q32 6253 Summary of the Season Smile, look to the future and hope, Raider fans. Although this past football season was one of the worst in the history of Tech, a predominantly sophomore and junior team gained valuable experience and showed the keen desire to win. Besides, the Raider showing is better than a 2-8 record indicates. Tech was outgained only 49 yards, despite the fact that the Raiders could muster only two wins in ten tries. In rushing, The "Big Redv outgained its opponents by 81 yards, but was less skillful at moving the ball through the air, as opponents outgained Tech 110 yards in this category. Team statistics show that in rushing sophomore Ronnie Rice was the most successful, gaining 436 yards in 67 carries for a 6.4 average. jimmy Knox ranked behind Rice with 346 yards in 78 carries for a 4.4 average. Jerry Bell, completing 48.1 per cent of his passes, was the leading passer. Floyd Dellinger was next with 35.7 per cent showing. Bell completed 37 of 77 passes, having 6 intercepted, for 489 yards, while Dellinger gained 271 yards while completing 26 of 56 passes and having 2 intercepted. Bell also led in scor- ing with four touchdowns and seven extra points for 31 points, followed by Rice and Knox with 4 touch- downs and 24 points apiece. Cole picked up 18 points on three touchdowns. What will next season be like? Mainstays such as Hartsfield and Moore will be gone, but a good fresh- man team is moving up to replace the departing sen- iors, and there is a strong nucleus of sophomores and juniors on the present team. V VX, 1, V. Q r,k,rg,,z , .4 .st ,, QV f ,,- , ., Page I2I Freshman Football This year,s freshman football team will be the first to Wear Tech,s colors as varsity members in the Southwest Confer- ence. Coach Tom Hamm, in his second year as freshman tutor, promotes another flock of talented men to the Raider Varsity next year. TOM HAMM Freshman Football Coach Referee blows whistle in Picador action. Page I24 POLK ROBISON Head Basketball Coach Basketball Coaches Co-captain of the 1934-35 Border Conference winning Red Raider basket- ball team, Polk Robison, head basket- ball coach at Tech, has remained close to home since graduation. This year, in the Southwest Confer- ence, Robison has lead the Raiders through a rough, rugged, winner take all conference. Not without the marks of battle, the Raiders nevertheless have made a name for themselves and, under the continued direction of Robison and assistant Gene Gibson will prove a strong contender for future titles. GENE GIBSON Assisfanf Basketball Coach Wm- Robison's Red Raider baslcefballers, who 'lied for 'lhird place honors in their firsl year of SWC aciion. ln lhe back row are: Assislanl Coach Gene Gibson, Wade Wolfe, Dale McKeehan, Pai' Noalres, Podd Hill, James Wiley and Coach Polk Robison. ln 'lhe middle row are Clayion Cooke and Berf Williams, off 'lhe squad 'rhis year, Roberf Echols, Bobby Wilson, Chuck Key, Don Apple and Gene Arrington. Kneeling are Bill Pfluger lolif squadl, Gerald Myers, Sid Seligman, Logan Cummings lo'FF squadl, Charlie Lynch, Tom Johnson lo'Ff squadl and Pre-sion Davis, who was forced oul of ac+ion al' mid-season. Tech set a Southwest Conference attendance record in its First SWC home game, but the mark didnit last, as the Municipal Coliseum mark was rewritten twice during the year, thc last being a 10,270 throng at the Arkansas game, the current conference record. Page I25 gg fiwailha Q5 , ,595 nf fifties Q Conference BaH'les wiih TCU The Raiders first game with Texas Christian University in the T957-58 season was at the Hous- ton tournament. The Raiders came out on the short end of a 71-69 score. Later in the year. revenge was gratified when the Raiders on their home eourt won 83-70. Against TCU. Teehis team scored a total of 29 free throws. The last meeting Was the big one, though, as TCU took a big lead then fought off Tech to put a damper on Raider title hopes. U all QI!! Il 1' .nb JAMES WlLEY Fighting for possession of the ball against TCU. Page I28 Arkansas Wins Two Games In Techls Final game of the tournament in Hous- ton, Arkansas won, 71-67. Later in the year, at Fayetteville, the Razorbacks Won again, 58-55. However there was a different story when the game was played at the Coliseum. On their home court the Raiders soundly whipped the Razorbacks by 21 points, 69-48. This put Tech in a tie for third place with SMU. BOBBY WILSON l Hill moves in for the rebound as Wolfe shoots in the game against Arkansas. Page l29 Texas Tech Loses +o Soufhern Mefhodisi' Wiiining two out of three basketball games played, SMU also earned a bad name for sportsmanship. Tech won the first game, played in Houston, 72-70. However, a well worked stall by the Ponies stopped the Raider scoring at 84-80 in the Coliseum. The Dallas game was the official out-of-town trip for Tech, but the Techsans received a 'gcoolu welcome. both on the court and oft, as the Raiders lost a heartbreaker, 66-56. This yearls games with SMU developed an intense rivalry, resulting in the establishing ol a permanent intra-school trophy, a yacht-bell, to be presented at future games. Hill goes info the air to score and fo rebound in games againsi' SMU. Gerald Myers steals 'flue ball as Gene Arringfon siands by fo help. Tech Takes Two from Baylor Both games that Tech played Baylor were won this year. The first game. in the Coliseum, was Won 74-60. However, the Bears were dangerous when caught in their own den and barely let the Raiders by, 74-72. Gerald Myers was the backbone of the squad as he scored 29 points in Waco. When the Bears were playing at the Coliseum, they scored but 19 Held goals lor the entire evening. Friendly game! GENE ARRINGTON ROBERT ECHOLS Longhorns and Raiders Clash Stepping into the bull ring at the University of Texas, Techis Red Raiders got gored by a mad Longhorn. Final score of the game left the Raider squad on the short end of a 71-59 score. Inviting the Longhorns to Lubbock proved a better idea. In the Coliseum, a strong group of Nlatadors slaughtered the Longhorns 93-66, Hill making ll Field goals. CHUCK KEY ill IUVTIPS, scores two. Lynch gets +he rebound off the Longhorns' baclrboard. PAT NOAKES CHARLIE LYNCH Against' ASM, Lynch sl1oo+s and scores 'two poin+s. Aggies Upse+ Raiders a+ Home Missing winning by two points in College Sta- tion, the Texas Aggies arrived on the Tech Cam- pus with the idea to Win. The Cadets lost the game in College Station, 55-57. However, the revenge seeking Cadets, overcom- ing a l2 point lead by Teeh at the end of the first hall, returned in lull loree, 79-63, in the return match at Lubbock. The upset was a blow to conference hopes, but a warning to future Tech teams that all SWC games are big ones. Signals , . . Hilre! Time out for a nap! Tech Finishes Third in Souihwesi Conference Playing a slow and easy garne. the Raiders were never seriously threatened by the Rice Owls in the last game of the season. The Raiders had retalcen the lead from Rice three times, had been ten points ahead, and were leading by four points when the first half ended. Utilizing a full court press on occasions, and playing great ball control. the Raiders retained, then increased their lead. never al- lowing the Owls a chance to come back. With a deafening cheer by the Techsan fans, the game ended 73-64. and the season ended with a third place tie with TCU. Myers scored nine out of nine lree throws for a total of 25 points, while Podd Hill dumped through 2l points. Tom Robitaille of Rice was tied with Myers with 25 points. Myers took the Conference free throw title, hitting 87 per Cent, as the Raiders fooled the dopesters by Finishing among the leaders in their first year of SWC play. DALE McKEEHAN PRESTON DAVIS Reverse gear for the teams. 'ac- Hill puts iwo more in. ww? wav' X i Ro? ,V Page I35 Spring l957 Track Season Tech's first bid for track honors in the Southwest Con- ference was with an all freshman squad. During the course of the season, the freshman squad broke one Southwest Conference freshman record and tied another. Their 3:19 mile relay at the Texas Relays was under the 3:20.l set by Texas last spring. However, both Texas and SMU also broke thc time and won. Tech also won the freshman division of the South- western Recreation Meet with 352 points. Baylor was the nearest SWC entry with 21 points. They also won a quad- rangular meet at Austin by scoring 53 points to second place Texas' SIM. Coach Delmer Brown, the track great at North Texas State, came to Tech as trainer and track coach in l955. While in college, Delmer set the Lone Star Conference record of 9.6 in the 100 and 20.7 in the 220. UP-and over. Below the Freshman hack team Leif fo righi +hey are Roberl' Vaughn Curlis Hart, Reggie Alexander, Johnny Janalr, Charles Draper, Har- I6 Connell Dick Murphy, Donnie Foster, Preston Love, and Bobby Wilson, manager. 1Q'fQ,:?s if . a 47 ww ,E Q? S as I958 Track Team l 2 If T 3 ' ig v L KF : Q , iigjls :"' ref? if . V :XXX ggdgggly 5, qi-1..'A ,G ,Y X3 54 X - 7523, -X13 , r r .N x vga 4.54, fslisffgi 'Sill all fig' agxffglg, 1 ,fy 7, 1, , nk ,bw J M K as I 3 Q L . . 3 Q, 'N 1 v D' W' 'Q?'lw,c,i.' NY Y - S . Wasil-f' " f. V 5 l Q +105 7 555197 ,n--f W , H Q . rf if ra li: 'Q wi L 'L ,- 49? N, ,K ,kc Hal ,nfvrff f -4 ,Nr ax, ,- ,, fl , 1 f - A . ,Pj -,, ,, . . as , . . .. V. gwdxiykj ' .ge . of 'K Y' , if ...f-.4 ' K , , 3 K K ,, 7. " ,Q Above, lhe I958 varsify fraclc feam. From leff +o right +l1ey are: Pele Dyson, James Morris, Doyle Herring, Johnny Henclerson, E. H. Davis, Tommy PaHerson, Tommy Davis, and Kenneih Lee. The back row includes: Coach Brown, Allen Norman, Dick Sfafford, Roger Crawford. W. L. Tl1or+on, Ken Osborne, Don Holr, Winston Boeker, and James Leonard. On rhe sfarring line fa :V ' -1.75 Va 3 f E U' BEATTIE FEATHERS Head Baseball Coach Spring I957 Baseball Season In 1957, Coach Beattie Feathers fielded the second best baseball team that has ever played at Tech. The varsity had a 7-4 record at the end of the season, which was beaten only by the 11-2 mark of the first Tech baseball team in 1926. Of the eleven games played, eight were completed by the starting pitcher. The Raiders scored a total of 89 points to their opponents 43, in the fourth year since the sport was resumed in 1954. An undefeated freshman team from '57 strengthened the 1958 Raider varsity, which is still seeking an CK. to play a SWC schedule. Rain and snow hampered the early workouts this year, as the season opener was postponed due to snow on the field. Q 5 ,ii ,p,e, :iiff?,,q,?,A.. it if Page I38 Curve Pitcher Gerald Beck 'MESS f ff X .W 4 ' ,, M f , ,,,9:,,,,,.a0' K js, 4. lr' Tfx 1 1 E ,, on -W ,A A 1. , My The l95'8 varsify baseball leam, 'Fronl' row, from leH lo righfz Bill Dean, Rob Hill, Gary Weller, Dave Bourlancl, Edwin Roberlson, Earl Parlrer, Cullen Hunf. Middle row: Jackie Miller, Dave Allen, Charles Flanagin, Paul Calc, Jim Sclniermeyer, Dave PoHer. Baclr row: Lawrence Barber, Bruce Boyd, Housfon Powell, Billy Tombs, Norman Huggins, Sonny Donelson, Gehrig Garriscn, and Billy Sislx. Rob Hill bells one ou+. 5 3 , E 1 , 4 'Mm , by AV' t ?,, ,XM Page I39 Tech's l958 Swimmers Participating in the SWC meet for the first time, Dr. Kireilis' swimmers gained valuable experience during a formative year, and scored points in the Conference meet. DR. RAMON KIREILIS Swimming Coach, Physical Educafion Chairman Coach Ramon Kireilis, varsify capiain Harry Van Horn, freshman capfain Roberi' Honfs, and James McNally. Dolphin swimming frafernify. " 525. , Above, lhe freshman swimming leam. Members of fhe 'Freshman +eam include: Smi+h, Holf, Mo Jones, and Bill Jones, in lhe fronf row. Second row: Coach Kireilis, Welch, Higgs, S+olces, Honis, Phelps, Barber, and McNally. ln lhe baclr row fhe: Neilon, Reese, Davis, Arden and Long. The I958 varsify swimming feam, slanding, 'From leff fo righf, are: Mehdi Vossoughi, Norman Womaclr, Bill Piffman, Tom Hamil+on, Bill Lewis, Leroy Bell, and Harry Van Horn. In fhe fronf row are James McNally and Coach Raymon Kireilis. Page I4l Page FRESHMAN GOLFERS Varsity Golf Squad With three of the top ranked Texas amateur golfers comprising the varsity squad, indications are that Tech should win the conference in 1958. Iohn Paul Cain, Iohn Farquhar, and Don Kaplan, along with Robert Rodgers and Gene Boyd helped the team to place 6th in the NCAA national tournament last year. The entire team did not play last year in order to extend their eligibility for another year. This spring, they will travel to Laredo for the Border Olympics, Fort Worth for the Fat Stock Show Tournament, and to the Houston Invitational meet, which is limited to 12 teams from the south, West, and middle west. In Iune, they will go to the NCAA meet in Williamston, Mass. ROBERT RODGERS DON KAPLAN ch's I958 varsify golf feam are, leff 'ro right John Paul Cain, John Farquhar, Rober+ Rodgers, and Don Kaplan. o ioo JOHN FARQUHAR JOHN PAUL CAIN Page I43 is 5 5 Tech's I958 Tennis Team The varsity tennis team ended up the 1957 season winning 53 games to their opponents' 26. They posted an 8-3-2 match record for the season. Playing as a SWC member for the first time, Coach Philbriek's netters appeared title-contenders in their first year, strengthened by the addition of sophomore Hash Bob Macy. At LA VENTANA press time, the team already had two wins, 6-0 over North Texas State, and an identical 6-0 blanking of TCU in a practice match. 1 . fe' . ,t,' GEORGE PHILBRICK Tennis Coach Page I44 f BILLY EDD GOWAN DAVID KENT BOB MACY Raider Nc-:Hers DICK SPIERS Above, +he l958 Varsiiy Tennis ieam. Frcni row, lefi 'ro righfz Billy Edd Gcwan and David Kent In Hue back row, leff +o righf, are: Coach George Philbrick, Bob Macy, and Dick Spiers. Below, Freshman Tennis Team Page I46 Coach Frank Griffin shows Bob Smith how it's done. Touche! Fencing Team Texas Techis fencing team will host the NCAA fenc- ing finals March 2l and 22. This is the first time that the finals for this tournament have been held West of the Mississippi River. lt is the first time for a national championship of any kind to be held in Texas. The fencing team has been very successful for the past years. and continues to win matches. In the fall of l957, they made a clean sweep of the invitational meet in Dallas, with player-coach Frank Griffin leading the way. Tech is Southevvestern U. S. Champion two years running. Tecl'1's varsify 'fencing feam, 'fron+ row, leff 'fo right Wendell Morrow, Gary McLeod, Gerald GarreH, and Bob Smiflw. Baclc row, leff fo right are: Coach and capfain Frank GriFFin, Royce Bruce, and Delano McLane. En Garde! Page I47 Jusi' before a baseball game, the crowd mills about and relaxes. Inframurals on Tech Campus Winners of fhe handball and fennis trophies which were donafed Page I48 by +he Tech Boolcs+ore. The intramural divisions, guided by Edsel Buchanan have gained impetus on the Tech campus. In the fall, football is the big sport on both the varsity and intramural schedules. Spring brings out a host of sports, swimming, tennis, ping pong, bowling, basketball and baseball. A group of grubby troops af practice. Leaping high info +he air af+er a iump ball, fhe Phi Psi's s'rar+ oFF on anoiher ball game Circle up and cheer fhe opponenf, a good Tech iradifion. Winners of fhe 'fooibaii iniramurais in +he 'fraierniiy league. Acfivify Around 'rhe Campus Signs of the times around the Tech campus catch stu- dents playing and practicing practically all sports, from archery, to golf, to track and swimming. Now that the pool has been opened in the gym, numerous students have been taking advantage of it. Wl'1o's fhe clown in ihe middle? Come on in, 'the wafer's fine Life around the edge of +he pool. J 1 X 1 I 49, XL Lynch scores iwo more poinfs. Boys playing a+ a game. :fx'Y7fmlfvW1l'11f' 3 - '5:,?w.? 122 f .. QP' W -. :eyxwzffigiw-S422'f ik: 1 Down, Ronnie! Foofball glum . . M53 Page I5I 1,,, 4 ' Pracficing golf behincl flwe old gym. Women's Spor+s Keep Coeds in Shape Through a well planned Women's physical education department, Tech coeds can develop physically as well as mentally. The Varied program gives each girl a chance to choose lor her required courses, the sports which she thinks she will benefit the most from and enjoy the most. Classes oFlered include tennis, basketball, baseball, volleyball, tumbling, body conditioning, swimming, golf, badminton, archery and social dancing. r 5, rl M' w. X 4 3 ' is y Page I52 A Learning how fo remove arrows from fbe +arge+. A slam over +l'1e fop of flue nel. Skipping rope in a body condi+ioning class. Poolside afiracfions in flue new naiaiorium Double T Assoc:ia+ion OFFICERS John Farquhar .... . Presiclenf Tim S+one . . . Treasurer Coach Arferburn . . Sponsor Double T Association, composed of lettermen from Techis varsity sports, highlights its years activities with a Nbasketballw game played by pledges during the half- time of a regular season basketball game. Besides the pledge basketball game, Double T sponsors the Howdy Dance in the fall and coordinates the intra-squad foot- ball game in the spring, Double T pledges perform lusrily during The halfrime of fhe Rice game played here. Double T Associahon Wick Alexander Jimmy Allison Don Barber Mickey Barron John Ba+es Jerry Bell Gene Benfley Waller Bingham John Paul Cain Bobby Cline Floyd Cole Jimmy Collins Floyd Dellinger Charles Dixon B. A. Donelson Doug Duncan Royce Elam John Farquhar Gehrig Garrison S+erlinq Gibson Billy Edd Gowan Frank Griffin Pal' Harlsfield Jim Henderson Jack Henr,y Windall Leon Hill Floyd Hood Norman Huggins Cullen Hun'r Don Kaplan David Kenl Johnny Kniffen Jimmy Knox Jack Lawrence Kennefh Lee Carlos Lerma Bill Lewis Charlie Lynch Charles M. Moore Frifz R. Munzinger Gerald Myers Roger Nesbi++ Bill PiHman Mack Pogue Housfon Powell Earl Redwine Ronnie Rice John Riddle John Rober+s Dale Roselius Homer Rosenblum Gerald Seemann Jerry Selfridge Dick Spiers Bob Stafford Jerry Slocklon Tim Slone Chuck Slrehli Ed Shickland Bill Turnbow Milion Vaughn Phil Williams Bobby H. Wilson Rober+ W. Wilson Wade Wolfe S 29-'Qi' AD' I+ +akes all kin ,E gn 11- - 71Hl-.g M , 5 Some of us par+icipa+ed Page I58 Y some fook I+ s+oic:ally some wa+c:hed -i 2-1, . vfyfxv , some goi' sfuckg no one wen+ hungry Page l60 DIVISION V A ,1 PASO POR AQUI - THE RANCHER AH'er fhe Indians were al' las? pushed onfo reservafions. eager ca++lemen broughl greal herds of longhorns 'lo graze on fhe lush prairie grasses of +he Soulh Plains. Many a line rider from 'l'he Snyder Broihers oulfil' and from 'l'he Spade Ranch and many olher greal ranches rode over 'l'he sife of Texas Technological College. YW iii i Z- Coordinaiing Groups Dormifories ....... Greeks ...,. Honoraries ...... Mufual Inferesi .... Religious ....... Sfudeni' Life .... I6 I - I 67 I 68- I 77 I 78-2 I 9 220-222 223-229 230-23 I 232-236 Q . Board of S+uden+.Organiza1'ionS Monifa Apple Jim Ayers Richard Estes Sammie Fowler Erwin Gunn Eddie Henson BSO COUNCIL Joe Ben Hudgens Don Kerr Betty Alice Lovelace Jane'I' Moore Patsy Mullens Miclcie Pa'H'erson Dean Rea Jim Shearer Diana Smith Ken Talkingfon David Thompson Pat Tyson The Board of Student Organizations is formed by the presidents or elected representatives of all recog- nized student organizations. This year under strong leadership it exerted firmer strength as a recommend- ing body and a coordinator with the administration and among the student organizations themselves. One of the main purposes BSO undertakes is to be a service and a help to organizations when they need a problem Thompson, PaH'erson, Shamburger, Miller solved or need a strong voice in campus government affairs. BSO published a social calendar and this year an addresserette was purchased for all organizations to use when they have large amounts of correspondence to address. Highlight activities were the Leadership Workshop in the fall and the Leadership Retreat in the spring at Cloudcroft, N. M. EXECUTI Jim Thompson . Tom Shamburger Miclcie PaHerson Lem Miller . VE COMMITTEE . . . Chairman . Vice-Chairman . Secretary . Treasurer Page l6I Association of Women Students 'FV is 1, X ff. 'v-. 4 ., lx ,W Barbara McDougal, Treas.g Mrs. Garner, Advisor: Jean Elliott, V.-Pres.: Mary Alice Richardson, Pres.g Peggy Browng Sylvia McAden, Sec.: Marihelen Jones, Rep. AWS is made up of all the Women students enrolled at Texas Tech. The purpose of AWS is to help every Tech coed get the greatest possible benefit from col- lege life by promoting unity and fellowship among women students, and providing opportunities for lead- ership in campus activities, The rule book for Tech women .tears 4 WX Page I62 Major activities this year for AWS included the publishing ol '6Teeh Tipsw. and the sponsoring of the annual Dad's Day Celebration. As a result of this AWS sponsored event, a brand new organization was formed at Tech-The Dad's Association. A little AWS service, serving coffee +o Dads. A Dad re-gis+ers a+ Hwe Dad's Day Recep+ion. Associaiion of Women S+uden+s delegafes Page I63 Tech Siudeni' Union EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Larlce Ann Harringion, Program Direciorg Bob Huff, Treas.g Pai"I'i Hill, Vice-Presidenfg Pai Tyson, President Beih van Maanen, Sec., Nancy Carloclc, Direcior of Public Rela+ionsg Dean Rea, Personnel Director. Serving as a community center and meeting place for Tech Students, the Union fills the cultural, educa- tional recreational, and social interests of the students. Frequent programs are art exhibits, concerts, trave- logues, debates. tournaments, and dances. The snack bar, T.V. area. Union Lounge, and newsstand also provide a place for Tech students to meet and relax. The Union operates with a full-time program director, who with the Union Program Council, coordinates the activities of three hundred volunteer students, in select- ing, planning, and executing events. This year the Union brought to the Tech students, free of charge, the George Shearing Quintet, and the Massie Patterson Caribbean Singers and Dances. Many of Hollywood's finest movies were shown at the Monday Night Movie, another Union 'ifreen service. PROGRAM COUNCIL-Is'I' Row: Carolyn Porfer, Nancy Carloclc, Gail Pefersen, BeHy Maloy, PaHi Hill, Beih van Maanen, Janice Newsom. 2nd Row: Wick Alexander, Chuck Sfrehli, Cora Jean McMur+y, Teddy Carfhel, Pai' Cassidy, Bob HuFF, Anne McElheny, Tom Shamburger, Jim Thompson, Pai' Tyson, Dean Rea, David Jones, Larlce Ann Harringfon. f fa ,iw Page I64 if Li LARKE HARRINGTON Program Direc+or '- And John Fos+er Dulles says Union Relaxaiion Marlboro, please Page I65 Women's lnler-Dormirory Council fda . K , V I. Ella , , V gf at -,' P ls'l' Row: Libby Balzar, Jean EllioH', Mary Birlcelbach, Mrs. Garner. 2nd Row: Glenda Harris, Befsy Donavan, Carolyn ScoH', Martha Kenley, BeH'y Alice Lovelace, Nancy Carloclt, Elvera Duerlcsen, Penny Randel. The Women's Inter-Dormitory Council is made up of the president and AWS Representative from each of the womenis dormitories. This group Works in co- ordination with the Association of Women Students concerning the policies and plans which affect all Womenis dormitories. WIDC sponsors the Womenis Intermural Activities which includes bowling, basketball, swimming, and baseball. A retreat is held for the legislators in the spring. OFFICERS Jean EllioH ..... . President Mary C. Birlcelbach . . Secretary Libby Balzar . . Treasurer Mrs. Doro1'hylGarner . Sponsor MEMBERS Libby Balzar Jean EllioH' BeH'y Alice Lovelace Mary C. Birlcelbach Glenda Harris Penny Randel Nancy Carloclc Marlha Kenley Carolyn ScoH Be'l'sy Donavan Page I66 Sandra Shields Men's Inter-Dormirory Council Isi' Row: Honrs, Terrell, Herringfon, Ayres, Hinlcson, Young, Green. 2nd Row: Johnson, Wilson, Daugherty, Simmons, Frosf, Schmidt, Hassler, Touchs'I'one, Sears. The Men's Inter-Dorm Council makes any improve- groups on the Tech campus. MIDC works hand in ments and supervises functions concerning the men hand with AWS and WIDC on plans for the annual dormitory residents. The council is only three years Dad's Day Celebration. old, and is one of the most important co-ordinating Jim Ayres . OFFICERS Bill Heffingfon . Bruce Hinkson Charlie Terrell Jim Ayres Gayland Daugherty Norris Green Wayne Frosl' Bruce Hinlcson MEMBERS Bob Honfs Wayne Johnson Bill Herrington John Schmidt Kelly Sears . President Vice-Presideni' . Secretary . Treasurer Sid Simmons Charlie Terrell Marlc Touchsfone Bob Wilson Owen Young Page I67 Page Bledsoe Hall Bledsoe Hall Sfaff OFFICERS WING ADVISORS Norris Green .... . Presideni' Glenn Slay Dick Sewell Neal Piplcin William Brownfield . . . Treasurer Phil Thompson Pele Snow Bruce Hinkson . . . Vice-Presideni Van Wlwiiis . . Food Represenfafive Rober+ Toucl'1s+one . MIDC Represen+a+ive William Hassler . . Dorm Supervisor Bledsoe Hall Sfaff I68 Doalc Hall Doalc Hall S'I'a'FF WING GOVERNORS WING ADVISORS Roy Mill1oan Jim Blumen+riH Ronnie Averyl' Temple EllioH' Nick Carfer Owen Young Bill Wiseman Sid Cowan Laney Duck Charles Reinlwarcll' Fred Gloyna James Mays Doalc Hall Officers OFHCERS Wayne Fros+ .... Fresiclenl Bob Wilson . . Vice-Presidenl Cliff Fraser . . Secrefary-Treasurer Pai Walsh . . A'rl1le+ic Direcior Page I69 Gordon Hall Page I70 Gordon Hall Sfaff Bill Herringfon . Wayne Johnson Bill Bivens . . Bernay Sheffield . OFFICERS . . . . . Presidenl' . Vice-Presidenl' . . . Secrefary . . . . Treasurer Gayland Daugherfy . . MIDC Represen+a+ive Ernesl' E. Morrison WING ADVISORS Don Midcllefon Wade Kerlc Sian Powers Dick Wells Duane Miller Jacky McAnincl1 . . . Supervisor Gordon Hall Officers 5-8.2.3 Sneecl Hall .L,.,, Sneed Hall Sfaff OFFICERS WING GOVERNORS Charles Terrell ...... Presiclenl' Coleman Resfer Joe Dorsey Kelly Sears . . . Vice-Presidenl' Bobby Smifh Don Godfrey Richard Holder . . Secrelary-Treasurer Clark Hampfon Jim Ayers Charles Ronshausen . . Afhlelic Direcfor Eddie Carpenler . Social Direcfor Page l7l Wesl Hall Page I 72 WEST HALL WING ADVISORS FALL OFFICERS Bob Hon+s ..... Presidenf John Schmidl' . . . Vice-Presidenl' Mike Owens .... Secreia ry Mickey Kerfpafrick Food Represen+a+ive Sid Simmons . Smi+h Harhy . A. E. Holcomb . . WIN Bob Palmer Jay Johnson S'I'uarI' C. Jones Jim Hock Don Jones Kennefh PrickeH Social Chairman A+hIe+ic Direcfor . Supervisor G ADVISORS Joe Abslon Don Rodgers Wayne Gibbons Carlos Coon Renier Voufe Richard Lake WEST HALL FALL OFFICERS SPRING Tom Bacon . Lee S+ay'ron Billy PaHon . Jack Deboben Gary O'Kie'F ., A. E. Holcomb OFFICERS . . . Presidenf . Vice-Presidenl' . Afhlefic Direcfor . Social Chairman Food Represen+a+ive . . Supervisor WEST HALL SPRING OFFICERS Casa Linda qgins 775 Casa Linda Girls Glenda Harris Sandra Sfandefer Margarei' Hash Mary Lou Burleson Be+sy Donovan Alice Webb MEMBERS Carolyn Nelson Barbara Ellis Norma Mullins Geneva Ellis Nancy Wallace Judy Pool OFFICERS Glenda Harris . Sandra Srandefer Margaref Hash Mary Lou Burleson Befsy Donovan Alice Webb . . Lynna Arfhur Peggy Blackmore Ru'I'h Ann Sfrain Be'H'y Hargrove Mickie Pa'Herson Carol Teague . . Presidenl' . Vice-Presidenf Secrefa ry-Treasurer . . Hisforian . House Direc+or Business Manager CAM PUS DDINGS The Kifchen Crew Casa Linda Officers Page I73 Drane Hall Sunny Barrow BeH'e Lavender Cl1arlo'H'e Sneed Judy Harris Ann Denny Drane Hall Legislafors LEGISLATORS Lindsey Lyons Mary Ann Lindley Marfha Kaiser Carolyn Porfer Page I74 Dra ne Hall Officers Karen Fraclc Pal Warliclc Jean Schepers Johnanna Zournes Nancy Willen OFFICERS Gail Pefersen . Nancy Carlock . Ann Denny . . Nancy Wilfen . Lindsey Lyons Miss Carol Siffler . Food . Fresidenf Vice-Presidenl' . Secre'l'ary . Treasurer Represenfafive Dorm Hosless Horn Hall Donna Abraham Kay Afkins Mary Baker Janice Benson Carol Berry Be'Hy Bucy Bobbie Carroll Sue Jo Cole Horn Hall Officers Horn Hall Legislafors LEGISLATORS Bebe Davis Sharon Harbaugh Rifa Holcomb Theora Hollingswor+h Marihelen Jones Cora Jo Lilly Marie Lusk Marilyn Miller Kay Morrison Gwen Nix Karen Nofeware Mary PlunlceH' Sara Sheveland EH'a Sue Simpson Janie Sproles Anease Thomas OFFICERS Glenda Kei+h .... . Presideni' Mary C. Birkelbach . . Vice-Presidenf Mary Baker . . . Secrefary EHa Sue Simpson . . . Treasurer Libby Balzar . . AWS Represeniafive Cora Jo Lilly . . Social Chairman Marihelen Jones . Publicify Chairman Bebe Davis . . Food Represenfaiive Page I75 OFFICERS Knapp Hall BeHy Byerley Sharon Campbell Sharry Fellon Ophelia Fewell ErneH'e Geberi' Page I76 Knapp Hall Officers Knapp Hall Legislafors LEGISLATORS Annyce Gibbs Jo Sco'H' Marlene Gruver Mary Alice Hardy Ola Sue Johnson Mar+ha Kenley Carolyn Sco'H' Beverly Smifh Jane Sullivan Donna Vaughn Ophelia Fewell Mar+ha Kenley Annyce Gibbs Jo Scoh' . Carolyn ScoH' Pal' Boles . Mrs. Sfovall . Mrs. Moore . . . . . Presidenf . Vice-Presicleni . Secrefary . . Treasurer . . . A.W.S. Graduafe Assislanl' Dorm Counselor . Dorm Hos+ess Weeks Hall Weeks Hall Legislalors LEGISLATORS Paula Bell Marlys Harris Sandra Broome Judy Higlrlower Jean Brown Delores HuH'o Deann Buske Sally Miller Carol Cummings Susie Miller Pal' Curry Candy Parker Janice Green Ann Powell Billie Sue Gregory Lee Pri'I'cl'1eH Weeks Halls Officers Joan Roberfs Sue Shugarl BeH'y Smilh Judy Speer Carol Thompson Janel Vines Ernes+ine Wood Janel Wriglif Gaynelle Williams OFFICERS Be-Hy Alice Lovelace Joan Roberls . Ernesfine Wood . Sandra Shields . . A.W.S. Mrs. May . . Presidenl Vice-Presidenl . Secrelary . Treasurer Represen'I'a+ive Dorm Hosless Page I77 InI'er-Fra'rerniI'y Council Is'I' Row: Jerry Wood, Joe Hood, Richard Ligon, Ray Moore, Carey McAdams. 2nd Row: Jerry Marfin, Jeff Garrison Wayne Gibbens, Donell Echols, John Roberts. Every social fraternity on the campus is represented by one member on the Inter-Fraternity Council. This group was organized to serve as a medium to Work out the problems encountered by menis fraternities. The past years serve as a mirror to reHect the growth of the fraternity system at Tech-due largely to IFC. lege campus. The tenth member of the group, Delta Tau Delta was added this year when the Delt chapter was installed at Tech in December. IFC has as its goal the attain ment of a higher standard of ideals which will con tinue to justify the existence of fraternities on our col OFFICERS Donnell Echols .... . President' Joe Hood . . Secretary Richard Ligon . Treasurer I.F.C. DELEGATES PI KAPPA ALPHA Jeff Garrison SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Richard Ligon ALPHA TAU OMEGA Jimmy Evans DELTA TAU DELTA Jerry Mariin KAPPA SIGMA SIGMA CHI Wayne Gibbens Joe Hood SIGMA NU Carey McAdams Page I78 PHI GAMMA DELTA Donell Echols PHI DELTA THETA John Roberfs PHI KAPPA PSI Thomas Holeman Panhellenic Council OFFICERS Diana Smith .......... President Sandra Broome . . Vice-President Barbara Hawk . . . . Secretary Cora Jo Lilly . . . . Treasurer Ann Westerman . Sandra Shields . . The focal point of Panheller1ic's year is Fall Rush and it is a coordinating body for all inter-sorority affairs. The primary purposes of Panhellenic are to en- courage cooperation between the Greek-letter organi- zations and to make and enforce rushing regulations . Social Chairman . Rush Chairman concerning pledging of women students. This year Pan- hellenic Worked with the March of Dimes Polio Drive and Easter Seal Drive. Its annual activities were a luncheon for competition of best pledge program, inter- sorority softball tournament, and a spring workshop. PANHELLENIC DELEGATES ALPHA CHI OMEGA .DELTA GAMMA PI BETA PHI Cora Jo Lilly Barbara Hawk Pat Rainer Ann Westerman Judy Hightower Karen Williams ALPHA PHI DELTA DELTA DELTA SIGMA KAPPA Diana Smith Peggy Miller Marlys Kerr Mandy Moore Gail Petersen Jo Anne Jones GAMMA PHI BETA KAPPA ALPHA THETA ZETA TAU ALPHA Ruth Sewell Carolyn Porter Pat Dunivan Sandra Broome Sandra Shields Shari Vick KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Sandra Hamilton Sandra Hendrix Ist Row: Hawk, Rainer, Porter, Lilly, Dunivan. 2nd Row: Hightower, Smith, Sewell, Shields. 3rd Row: Broome, Kerr, Westerman, Moore. 4th Row: Vick, Hendrix, Miller, Jones, Hamilton. Alpha Chi Omega Mary Baker . Nancy Nelson . Cora Jo Lilly . Dana MacNaugh'l'on Monifa Apple . Mary Jane Winder Mary Baller Gamma Rho Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega was in- stalled at Texas Tech in March, 1954. Activities for this year included an out-of-town retreat held in Cloudcroft, New Mexico, in early October, Founder's Day Banquet also held in October, Candy Stripe For- mal, Hera Day which was observed on March lst, Sen- OFFICERS Gamma Rho . . President . Vice-President . . Vice-Presiden+ We Corresponding Secretary . Recording Secreiary . . Treasurer ior Banquet, and Spring Presentation of Pledges. Outstanding Alpha Chis for this year included Roberta Elliott, Mortar Board, Pat Cullum, LA VEN- TANA Editor, Helen Ethridge, El Paso Valley Cotton Queen, and Yvonne Skinner, LA VENTANA Beauty. The Alpha Chi Lodge Page I 80 Suzanne Abboif Moniia Apple Brookie Anderson Barbara Anfhony Mary Baker Mary Brummefi Beverly Burneif Celia Burneii' Mary Bussard Josie Byrd Jan Chrisiopher Donna Click Mariha Cordell Linda Cullum Pai' Cullum Linda Culver De Anna Day Mariiayne Dykes Roberfa EllioH Beffie Elhridge Helen Efhridge Carol Sue Fields Barbara Gaskins Ann Graves Wesferman Helen Gray Ernefie Geberf Sharon Harlsaugh Janef Hopkins Nancy Pai Housion Nancy Hull Jane+ Jones Leia Landrum Laverne Laughfer Cora Jo Lilly Linda Sue Loving Mary Kay McDaniel Geneva McLain Dana MacNaughfon Virginia Mahaley Mary Lou Morris Ginger Meyers Peggy Myrick Nancy Nelson Ann Nichols Gail Nichols Linda Oglesby Judy Peacock Sandra PraH Marsha Reiley Willena Robneii Winn Sherrill Jo Ann Skinner Yvonne Skinner Naomi Smifh Judy Speer Sharon Thomas Donna Talley Donna Vaughn Sandra Sherrill Walker Marfha Waison Janis Wilkerson Mary Jane Winder Mary Jo Worsiell Carolyn Wynn Page ISI Alpha Phi Gamma loia Hazel Casey Hazel Casey Bunny Wafson . Karen Nofeware Mildred Thompson Sharon Dudley . Pai' Grimes . Gamma Iota Chapter of Alpha Phi was installed on the Texas Tech campus in March, 1955. Activities for this year included a Founders Day Party, Home- coming Tea, Scholarship Dinner, and a Farewell Party for Seniors. The Alpha Phi Lodge OFFICERS . . . . President Vice-Presideni . . . Vice-Presideni' . Corresponding Secretary . Recording Secreiary . . . Treasurer Outstanding Alpha Phis for this year included Karen Noteware, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sharon Dudley, Mu Phi Epsilon, and Sherry Stafford, LA VENTANA Beauty Finalist. Page l82 Isi' Row: Earlene Anderson, Dorofhy Ayres, Janei' Bell, Judiih Belf, Linda Blake, Shirley Bridges, Jeanefie Burrell. 2nd Row: Hazel Casey. Sonia Chandler, Virginia Chew, Carolyn Davani, Gay Doug- las, Sharon Dudley, Janei' Eddleman. 3rd Row: Jan Farris, Dereesa Farrow, Kaih- ryn Fincher, Glenda GriHiHs, Pai' Grimes, Nancy Harmon, Dee Hernlund. 4+h Row: Janice Hull, Lynne Huifon, Mar- garei' Jackson, Merium Jackson, Nancy Jones, Ann Leverich, Jane Livermore. 5+h Row: Judy LoH, Nancy Mahan, Mandy Moore, Gwen Nix, Karen Noleware, Janie Pafierson, Marian Perkins. 6+h Row: Julia Redding, Sue Schneider, June Schulgen, Diana Smiih, Kay Lee Smiih, Sherry Stafford, Anne Sfoval. 7+h Row: Sally SwaFFord, Mildred Thomp- son, Phyllis Walker, Bunny Watson, Linda Wesi', Mary Ann Wes+, Mary Jane Wil- liamson, Marsha Wolfe. 'QI ag il Qu at Cl ll -1 in WK Q7 Q1 ll k . A695 ' . W: , .H - iv' 'Q QD iQ I1 'fs 'nr ,nv ll 11 31 ln 1. ' in My , ,.,, , ' L? , is J - Q I A A AZ Gamma Phi Beta Be+a Ta., OFFICERS Sandra Broome ...... President Pai' Curry . . . . . Pledge Trainer Coralee Barrett . . Corresponding Secretary Susan Bybee . . . Recording Secretary Paula Bell . . . Treasurer Sanclra Broome Beta Tau Chapter of Gamma Phi Beta was colon- Outstanding Gamma Phis were Sandra Hemmle, ized on the Texas Tech campus in October, 1955. So- Mu Phi Epsilon and Mortar Boardg Ianet Vines, Stu- cial activities for this year included a Homecoming dent Council and Iunior Councilg Mary Ann Sharp, Coffee, a Founderis Day Service, a Crescent Moon Phi Gamma Nug and Benni Dunn, Feature Twirler Dance, the Spring Formal, and a breakfast which hon- ofthe Red Raider Band. ored graduating seniors. The Gamma Phi Lodge Page l84 1 Isl' Row: Jo Ann Ashby, Coralee BarreH', Linda Beard, Paula Bell, Joyce Bomar, Janie Bowles, Sandra Broome, Susie Bybee, Lynda Carrulh, Mary Anne Cli'F'ron, Mary Ellen Colbaugh. 2nd Row: Ca+hie Conklin, Pai' Curry, Sherry Evans, Benni Dunn, Jill Flinf, Jean Freeman, Jean Grace, Lynda HaH'on, Sandra Hemmle. 3rd Row: Theda Howze, Loy Hunfer, Judy HyaH, Linda Kelly, Karen Ken+, Angela Kirlcpafrick, Corinne Law+on, Pai Lynslcey, Carol McKinzie, Pa++i MaHhies, Ann Monfgomery. 4+h Row: Margarel' Morgan, Donna Myers, Barbara Owen, Marilyn Parish, Virginia Puig, Ava Ray, Mary Sue Reinhardt Rufh Sewell, Kay Sharp, Mary Ann Sharp, Jean Shawver. 51'h Row: Virginia Shields, Sharon Smi'l'h, Suzanne S+anford, Arden Sione, Billie Jean Sfroehle, Ki+ Thronburg, Vicki Underwood, Janef Vines, Joanne Waldhauser, Janis Walker, Ellen Wheeler, Joy Womack. Page I85 Delia Gamma Gamma xi OFFICERS Rebecca Wilson ...... Presideni' . Sara Sheveland . . . . Vice-'Presideni' Ann Fosfer . . . . . Vice-'Presideni l Joan Abel . . Corresponding Secretary Sue Shugari' . . . Recording Secreiary Laine Porter . . . . . Treasurer Rebecca Wilson Gamma Xi Chapter of Delta Gamma was installed Outstanding DG's were Iaizkie Brooks, Supreme on the Tech campus in March, 1954. The yearis social Court Iusticeg Mary Alice Lovelace, Band Sweetheartg calendar for the DG's included their annual Pinafore Susie Miller, Cheerleaderg Sara Sheveland and Rebecca Party, a Founderis Day Banquet, Spring Presentation Wilson, Mortar Boardg and Sue Shugart, AWS dele- Dance, and a farewell party for seniors. gate to IAWS. The DG Lodge Page I86 Isi' Row: Joan Abel, Marilyn Adrian, Marcia Anglen, Ann Armsfrong, Beverly Ausfin, Nancy Baldwin, Sharon Bender, Alice Ann Berry, Judy Bland, Lynne Boylan, Jackie Brooks. 2nd Row: Lizabefh Brown, Ann Brunson, Pa+sy BurdeHe, PaH'y Calverf, Sharon Campbell, Wanda Carfer, Sharon Cochran, Paddy Doyell, Suzie Eas+wood, Jackie Fulwiler, Judy Ford. 3rd Row: Ann Fosfer, Janice Green, Marlene Gruver, Charlo++e Hargis, Barbara Hawk, Judy Highfower, Linda Jobe, Peggy Johns+on, Sara Jo Jones, Judy Jukes, Gloria Lindsey. 41'h Row: Be'H'y Alice Lovelace, Gale McDougal, Terry Mil+on, Margie Miller, Susie Miller, Be'Hy Fran Monfgomery, Eulene Moore, Barbara Morgan, Kay Moseley, Cam Murray, Suzanne Novak. 5l'h Row: Laine Por+er, Suzanne Rafisseau, Judy Roberrs, Leia Merle Roberfs, Peg Brown, Anne'H'e Rose, Pai' Saunders, Sara Sheveland, Sue Shugari, Jan Smifh, Jean Smifh. 6'I'h Row: Mar+y Smi'I'h, Sondra Sfone, Gay Terry, Marfha Sue Thompson, Joan Thurman, Nancy Tomlinson, Hazel Tripp, Jan Walner, Nancy While, Rebecca Wilson, Terry Woody, Pai' Young. Delia Delia Delia phi E-I-a OFFICERS Peggy Miller ..... President Shirley Kee . . . Vice-Presideni' Peggy Brown . Secretary Jody May . . Treasurer Peggy Miller Phi Eta Chapter of Delta Delta Delta was installed Donnell Brown, Iunior Council, Peggy Miller, Iunior on the Tech campus in April, l953. Highlights ofthe Council, Student Council, and Ir. Class Favorite, Tri-Delt social activities included the annual Pansy Sharla Pepper, Head Girl Cheerleader, Homecoming Tea, Homecoming Breakfast, Presentation of Pledges, Queen, and LA VENTANA Beauty, and Carolyn Wil- the Pine Tree Dance, and Delta Week. liamson, Student Council. Outstanding Tri-Delts this year included Peggy The Tri-Deli Lodge Page las l Isi' Row: Barbara Black, Carolyn Black, Julie Blanchard, Peggy Braselfon, Peggy Donnell Brown, BeH'y Jo Bucy, Linda Bunger, Gail Delcambre, Mary Jane Cashion, Pai' Cassidy, Robbie Craze. 2nd Row: Jodie Creed, Nel Ray Daws, Ann Denny, Carolyn Dorsey, Marie Dulaney, Arlene Durkee, Ellen Edwards, BeH'y Eller, Kay Fleming, Mary Jimm Floyd, Carol Fosfer. 3rd Row: Jimmie Harlcrider, Margie Ha'H'on, Joan Hill, Ann Hills, Mar-Jo Holly, Suzanne Hood, Jeanne Howell, Kay Jones, Shirley Kee, Polly Ann Kennedy, Karen Kerr. 4+h Row: Carolyn Lee, Sallie Jo Lemond, PaH'y LoH', Cora Jean McMur+ry, Sybil Marion, Pai' Marlin, Tome Marfin, Judy Ma+eiowsky, Carol Jo Myers, Peggy Miller, Sally Miller, Janys Morfon. 5+h Row: Pai' Painfer, Sharla Pepper, Gail Pe+ersen, Jeanene Peiper, Mary Ann Pippin, Kay Poage, Laiuana Rabb, Jane Rechenfhin, Lynn Richards, Margare'I' Ri'I'+er, Linda Shile, Sherre Smi'I'h. 6'I'h Row: Suzanne Sfafford, Ann Taylor, Toni Thompson, Margo Thrush, Linda Trojan, Marcia Vick, Gail Ward, Linda Warren, Ka+hy Whife, Gaynelle Williams, Carolyn Williamson, Mariy Wynes. Page I89 Kappa Alpha Theta Mary Massey . Theora Calverly Annyce Gibbs . Carol Crisler . Jean EIlioH . Mary Massey Gamma Phi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was in- stalled at Texas Tech in April, 1953. Theta was the lirst womenis fraternity to be established in the United States. The Thetas at Tech acquired a number of awards and trophies throughout the year. Among these were a plaque won for showing best fraternity spirit at Tech pep rallies. Another first place plaque was received as the Theta Homecoming Hoat was named best OFFICERS . Corresponding Secretary , Gamma Phi . . . President . . Vice-President Recording Secre+ary . . . Treasurer among sororities. The fall pledges won first place in the skit contest at Club Scarlet. Outstanding Thetas on the campus this year in- cluded Libby Balzar, Iunior Councilg jean Elliott, Tun- ior Council and President of Womenis Inter-dorm Council, Glenda Keith, Supreme Court Iustice, and President of Horn Hall, Karen Key and Sandra Shields, LA VENTANA Beauties, and Donna Pearson, Head of Angel Flight. The Theta Lodge Page I 90 Isl' Row: Kay Adkins, Janice Aikman, Kay Alexander, ArleHe ArneH, Libby Balzer, Delores BaH'les, BeH'y Byerly, Theora Calverley, Cynihia Carrol, Grefchen Chappell, Linda Chappell. 2nd Row: Sandra Cox, Carol Crisler, Befh Davidson, Jeanie Davidson, Elsa Dockray, Jean Ellioff, Pa'H'y Eubank, Linda Fields, Margarei' Fincher, Margarel' Fryar, Ann Fursman. 3rd Row: Ann Garner, Beverly Geniry, Annyce Gibbs, Marilyn Graham, Judy Grisfy, Nancy Hecfor, Par Henderson Judy Hunr, Carolyn Jenkins, Suzanne Johnson, Glenda Keifh. 4'l'h Row: Marfha Kenley, Karen Key, Mary Ann Lindley, Helen Locke, Lindsey Lyons, Beverly McCormick, Carol McWilliams, Be'H'y Maloy, Mary Massey, Kay Morrison, Wanda Murray. 5l'h Row: Pafsy Pearce, Donna Pearson, Sarah Pinson, Carolyn Porfer, Penny Randel, Jane+ Reeves, Gay Scoggin, Nan Sco'H', Ann Selecman, Sandra Sheilds, Judy Shorf, Sharon Snow. bfh Row: Marie Spiars, Sarah Lee Sfory, Joanne Sweet Mary Jane Turner, Susan Velfman, Amanda Ward, Marilyn Warren, Susie Wefsel, Evelyn WhiH'enburg, Carolyn Wilmefh, Barbara Wood, Linda Zimmerman. Page I9I Kappa Kappa Gamma DeI+a Psi 4 OFFICERS Ludnda Bhfdel . . .. . . Preddeni Karen Campbell . . Vice President Susie Smith . . . . . Pledge Trainer hdary Bukelbach . . Clorresponding Secretary Peggy Brown . . . Recording Secretary Nancy Wilfen . . Treasurer Lucinda Biriciel Delta Psi Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma was included Donna Abraham, Mortar Board Secretary, established on the Tech campus in March, 1953. Ac- Mary Catherine Birkelbach, Womenls Inter-dorm tivities for the Kappas this year included the annual Council, Carol Crews, President of Iunior Council, Peppermint Party given for pledges of all sororities, lean Gilliland, LAVENTANA Beauty, Sandra Hendrix, the Founder's Day Banquet, Dinner Dance, and the Sophomore Class Favorite, Carolyn Scott, WIDCg and Farewell Dance. Linda Roberts who was named "Best Pledgei' by Kappa .Outstanding Kappas on the Tech campus this year Sigma Fraternity. The Kappa Lodge Page l92 I Isl' Row: Donna Abraham, Ann Adams, Cheryl Allen, Peggy Ball, Toni Bannisier, Anne O. Bellamy, Lynn Benion, Mary Caiherine Birclcelbach, Lucinda Bir+ciel, Murial Brann. 2nd Row: Peggy Brown, Beverly Bumpass, Karen Campbell, Micca Chapman, Judy Chase, Sue Clarlc, Judy Cochran, Connie Coleman, Cheryl Collins, Ella Jo Coving+on. 3rd Row: Carol Crews, Sandra Crouch, Linda Dennis, Grace Flechiner, Kaihryn Flechiner, Rosalie Fondren, Jean Gilliland, Sandy Hamilion, Lyn Ellen Hammack. 4+h Row: Nancy Hari, Sandra Hendrix, Ginger Hill, Melinda Husbands, Judy Jo Jones, Carol Kimbrough, Karen Kuhl- man, Jerre Lewis, Mary E++a McDuFfie, Marsha McNeill. 5'lh Row: Anna Bella Masiers, Kay Miichell, Joan Mumford, Janelle Ohlenloush, Mary Lynn Pevefo, Carol Ann Pinson, Mary Ragland, Nancy Reams, Joan Roberis, Linda Rober'I's. 6+h Row: Carolyn ScoH, Jo ScoH, Judy Shieder, Sherry Sigler, Carol Simpson, Susie Smifh, Sara S+ephens, Saundra Sfewarf, Pafsy Sfice, Marilyn S+ipp. 7+h Row: Kay Tankersley, Carolyn Temple+on, Barbara Tinney, Cynfhia Wafson, Sonia Wesferfielcl, Kay Williams, Nan Williams, Helen Willis, Mary Sue Wilson, Nancy Wilfen, Janice Wolfenden. Page I93 Pl Beta Phi Beih Van Maanen Janice Newsom . Shirley Cary . Liz Wilson . Pai' Tisdale . Beih van Maanen Texas Gamma Chapter of Pi Beta Phi was installed on the Tech campus in 1953. Since that time the Pi Phis have won the high scholarship award among the sororities 8 semesters in a row, and have ranked very high in the annual Fraternity-Sorority Sing-Song. Among the social activities held this year were the Ivy League Dance, Dinner Dance, Senior Farewell, and out-of-town retreat. Outstanding Pi Phis on the Tech campus this year Texas Gamma OFFICERS . . . . . President . . . Vice-President l . Corresponding Secretary . Recording Secrefary . . Treasurer included Beth Van Maanen, President of Mortar Boardg Sammie Fowler, Billie Sue Gregory, Catherine Nelson, and Ianice Newsom, members of Mortar Boardg Mary Alice Richardson, AWS President, Bar- bara McDougal, AWS Treasurer, and Marihelen Iones, AWS Reporter, Karen Williams, Iunior Council Vice- Presidentg Pat Rainer, Student Council Secretary, Liz Wilson, Senior Class Favorite, and Bobbie Carroll, LA VENTANA Beauty. The Pi Phi Lodge Page I94 Isl Row: Karen Alcark, Billie Nell Alexander, Carolyn Bachman, Elecive Blair, Virginia Bray, Nancy Carloclc, Bobbie Carroll, Lynn Cary, Shirley Cary. 2nd Row: Donna Sue Chrislopher, Delia Close, Pal Crandall, Jo Ann Craver, Carol Curry, Jo Ann Dobbs, Suzann Duvall, Judy Eclclund, Sharon English. 3rd Row: Rolle Forl, Sammie Fowler, Marilyn Gardner, Jene Glazner, Lelha Gracey, Billie Sue Gregory, Carol Grisham, Judy Harris, Judy Harl. 4lh Row: Nila Hedleslon, Mary Herringlon, Palli Hill, Marilyn Jenkins, Marihelen Jones, Marlha Kaiser, Kay Karr, Ann Kerr, Barbara McDougal. 5lh Row: Anne McElhany, Palsy McMahon, Peggy Malinalc, Doll Marlin, Marilyn Miller, Margarel Moore, Calherine Nelson, Janice Newsom, Karen O'Brien. 6lh Row: Margarel Ownby, Carol Penland, Alice Ann Pelers, Jan Plluger, Nell Quain, Pal Rainer, Rosamond Rawlings, Julia Reed, Claire Reid, Carla Jo Rice. 7lh Row: Mar Alice Richardson, Jean Schepers, Sandra Shell, Sue Springer, Shirley Slephens, Jane Sullivan, Delle Tisdale, Pal Tiscllale, Celesle Ullrich, Barbara Underwood. 8lh Row: Belh van Maanen, Belh While, Kay While, Jane Wighl, Karen Williams, Liz Wilson, Peggy Womble, Caroline Wood, Caryl Yonlz, Johnanna Zournas. Sigma Kappa Marlys Harris Pai' Wilson . Sue Dickson Kaye Aker . . Marcia Heberi' . Marlys Harris Gamma Iota Chapter of Sigma Kappa was installed at Texas Tech in October, 1954. Highlights of the SK social year were the housewarming at their new lodge, annual levi party, retreat, Founder's Day Din- ner, Homecoming Reception, Snowland Dinner Dance, Presentation, and the Senior Breakfast when those seniors not pinned or engaged had to eat a lemon. OFFICERS Gamma lofa . . Presidenf . Vice-Presideni . Pledge Trainer . Secreiary . Treasurer Distinguished Sigma Kappas on the campus included Maynette Derr, Mortar Board, Beverly Tones, Pi Kappa Alpha Gardenia Girl, Martha Edwards and Kay Kes- singer, Angel Flight Members, Patsy Mullins, President of Sock and Buskin and Delta Sigma Rho, and Mickie Patterson, BSO Secretary and SRC Secretary. The Sigma Kappa Lodge Page I96 I Isl' Row: Jane Adamson, Pamela Agee, Kay Aker, Carolyn Ames, Marcia Anderson, Cynlhia Barber, Janei' Blackburn, Carole Click, Jolene Ca'FFee. 2nd Row: Anne Cole, Mar+ha Crow, Carolyn Cummings, Carole Deen, Virginia Denson, MayneHe Derr, Sue Dickson, Marsha Dowdy, Barbara Edwards. 3rd Row: Marfha Edwards, 'Polly Greene, Carol Hanks, Billie Harding, Marlys Harris Kerr, Marcia Herberl, Linda Hegwer, Yvonne Helmslefler, Susie HeweH'. 4+h Row: Ann Hillyer, Carolyn Hudman, Pal Huse, Shirlene Irvin, Carole Jacobs, Beverly Jones, Jo Ann Jones, Kafhleen Jones, Brenda Keelon. 5+h Row: BeHy Gayle Kenf, Kay Kessinger, Karen Kidwell, Mary Ann Klalrlenhoff, Geraldine Lokey, Lou Ann McKinnon, Gwen Madole, Carolyn Maniha, Sandra Mauck. 6+h Row: Margarer Mead, Palsy Mullens, Sarah Belh Nelms, Gail Owens, Mickie Pafrerson, Palricia Ann Pence, Anease Pri+cheH', Ann Lee Pri+cheH, Rosa Elia Rioios. 7l'h Row: Carol Williams, Gayle Williams, Elizaberh Wilson, Pal' Wilson, Joan Wimberley, Sheila Wimberley, Pal Worley, Susan Robbins, Nancy Robinson. 8'I'h Row: Jewel Ross, Nancy Sue Sanders, Mary Jane Shannon, Jane Sinclair, Joyce Slreidle, Joyce Tallman, Carol Thompson, Jimmie Tomlinson, Diane Wilcox. I Zeia Tall Gamma Tau OFFICERS DoH'ie Sue Horcliem ..... Presideni' Mary Ann Ma'Hox .... Vice-Presicleni' Marilyn Morris . . Corresponding Secretary Ann Powell . .... Secretary Bebe Davis . . Treasurer DoH'ie Sue Horchem Gamma Tau Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha was estab- Outstanding Zetas on the Tech campus include lished on Tech campus in April, 1953. Social Activities Dottie Sue Horchem, AWS Vice-Presidentg Nan Kelly, for the Zetas this year included a Dinner Dance, Style South Plains Maid of Cottong and Ianie Norris, Sneed Show, Christmas Party for Lubbock Negro Children, Hall Turkey Run Queen, Freshman Class Favorite, Founderis Dinner, Presentation, and Senior Banquet. and LA VENTANA Beauty. The Ze+a Lodge l Page I98 Isl' Row: Janice Benson, Pafricia Blake, Jean Brown, Maylois Brown, Kafhy Cain, Judy Calmes, Daphna Campbell, Roma Caviness, Sharon Chick. 2nd Row: Mary Ann Crawford, Susan Dacey, Bebe Davis, Susan Dixon, Pal' Duniven, Eleanor Eidman, Suzanne Ellis, Clo Ann Efhriclge, Mary Helen Fairly. 3rd Row: Helen Fields, Mary F. GarreH', Barbara Gray, Pa+sy Green, Judy Harris, Sue Harris, Helen Hoffman, Beverly Hollingsworlh, Theora Hollingsworlh. 41'h Row: Nancy Hooser, DoHie Sue Horchem, AreH'a Jennings, Janef Johnson, Joyce Johnson, Mary Lou Jones, Palsy Junker, Nan Kelly, Pal' Kennedy. 5+h Row: Carolyn Key+on, Glenda Keylon, Jomilee Lomax, Edifh Longmoor, Linda Lown, MarleH'a Mallicole, Reifa Marlin, Mary Ma'Hox Childs, Marilyn Morris. 6+I1 Row: Joe Love Nelson, Janie Norris, Pal Oden, Ruan Owen, Candace Parker, Camille Parish, Rebecca Pierce, Barbara Pope, Ann Powell. 7i'h Row: Gay Powers, Barbara Quinfanilla, Beverly Quinlanilla, Nancy Scuddy, Sharon Seeliger, Sarah F. Smilh, Sandra Spellman, Janie Sproles, Ann Slaples. 8+h Row: Judy Taylor, Perry Thompson, Madelyn Tongale, Shari Vick, Mary Wallace, Harriel Websler, Jean Ann Whifehouse, Beverly WiH', Janel' Wrigh'r, Carolyn Jo Young. Alpha Tau Omega Ze+a E+a Delbert Hess . Billy Bob Park . Jimmy Johnson Kenneth Tollin . Dick Miller . Delbert Hess Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity was the first Greek- letter college fraternity organized after the Civil War. It was founded at Richmond, Virginia, September ll, 1865, and its first chapter was established at Virginia Military Institute at Lexington. The Zeta Eta Chapter OFFICERS . Worthy Master . Worthy Chaplain . . Treasurer ' . Secretary . Scribe was installed at Texas Tech, May 23, l953. The activities include a Christmas Dance, the George Washington Ball, and Spring Sport Dance. ATO was the first fraternity to use "Help Week". The ATO Lodge Page 200 .f Isl' Row: Norman Adams, Don Akkisson, Richard Allen, Sam Allred, David Afwood, Hal Barron, Lyall Baze, A. A. Beavers, Arfhur Berg. 2nd Row: Carol Blake, Rober+ Burler, Don Coffey, Bobby J. Crues, Charles Cummings, Bill Dick, Jim Evans, James Gaifher, Don Garreison. 3rd Row: Jim Gormley, Willy Gumer+, James Heard, Wayne Henry, Harrold Henson, Delberi' Hess, Roberi' Hood, Morgan Howard, Olin Isham. 4'I'h Row: Bernard Johnson, James Johnson, George Lowe, Wallace McAfee, John Maddox, Richard Miller, Lee B. Monigomery, Kennefh Moofer, Edward Myrick. 5'l'h Row: Jack Nachlinger, C. L. Newsome, B. T. O'Connell, Billy B. Park, Donald Pirkle, Tommy Poer, Frank Prochaska, B. T. Reid, Benzel Rippy, T. D. Roberfs. 6+h Row: Michael Rodman, James Rowland, Richard Russell, Fred Sage, Kenr Shannon, Raymond Speer, Reggie Sfinson, Max Sfrong, Joel Thomas Taylor, Thomas Taylor. 7+h Row: Carol Thomas, Kenne'I'h Tollin, Michael Weaver, Bud Webb, Frank Whi'I'e, Bob WhiH'uki, Dave Williams, Jack Wirh, Charlie G. Woods, Mark WyaH'. Page 20l Delia Tau Della Jerry L. Marlin . Don Hunler . Don Grimes . Charles Smi+h Tony Huslcerson . Paul Ragland . Jerry Marlin The education of youth and the inspiration of ma- turity are the overt aims of Delta Tau Delta. The installation of Epsilon Delta Chapter at Tech on De- cember 7, l957, dedicated this group to those aims. As the eighty-seventh chapter in Dcltism they bring a strong and significant heritage to Tech's fraternity OFFICERS Epsilon Della Presideni' . . Vice-Presideni' Corresponding Secretary . Recording Secre+ary . . . Treasurer . Pledge Trainer system. Delta Tau Delta seeks to foster good scholarship, true fraternal brotherhood, earnest sportsmanship, and an adequate program of social activities. Each calendar year includes a dinner dance, traditional southern ball, and several sport dances, hayrides, and picnics. ff'---' fmt fam DeH"s and 'rheir paddles The Dell"s First Rush Page 202 The Dell"s gei' 'rheir charier James Babb Kenneih Biclc Bass Jerry Wayne Brooks William Grady Clark Edwin Gerald Dalabs Jan Keiih Eubanlcs Charles Leslie Gafiord Pai- E. Groves, Jr. Roberf O. Gray Norris BarraH' Green Donald Joe Grimes Gary Raymond Hall Glen Roy Himmelberg Carrol Don Hunfer Tony Edwin Huskerson Rolaeri' O. James, Jr. Johnny Bruce Jordan Calvin Charles Knowles James Allen Lake Paul Wayne Lamberl' Jerry Jack Lobdill Jerry Leon Marlin Gerald Lynn iGaryl Myers Dan Ray Moore Joe Ed Muclcelroy Tommy Glynn Priddy Paul Clyde Ragland Henry Dean lPe+el Raish Morris Ray Scales David Dale Shoemalrer Charles Thomas Smifh John Barlow Sporar James William Thruslon Charles Marlin Williams Louis Gerald Wood Page 203 Kappa Sigma Epsilon Phu Wayne Gibbens Eddie Henson FALL OFFICERS Wayne Gibbens .... President Ken Steward . . . Vice-President Dub HeFFingI'on .... Secretary Buz Campbell .... Treasurer Realizing that Scholarship plays one of the most im- portant roles in college life, Kappa Sigma makes awards to its pledge and member with the highest grades and to its member with the most improved grades. A leadership award is also made to the out- standing senior. Among the social events of the year are the Black SPRING OFFICERS Eddie Henson .... Presidenl' Leland Stone . . . Vice-President Jay Dunlap . . . . Secretary Ed Knox ..... Treasurer and White Formal, Dreamland Dance, Fall and Spring retreats, and lodge parties. Kappa Sigma has entered all the intramural activities and in spring l957, won the I.F.C. sportsmanship award, was the Fraternity league champions in softball, and went on to win the all-campus championship. The Kappa Sig Lodge Page 204 MISS PLEDGE Linda Roberts Isl' Row: Jim Ashley, John Ashby, Don Avery, LeRoy Bell, Jim Blackwood, Carl Blonkvis+, Tommy Boone, Vance Bridges, Bobby Brown, Dick Bryanlz 2nd Row: Keifh Burhman, Buz Campbell, Jim Chumley, Donald Coonrod, Murray Cooper, Jay Dunlap, Gene Echols, Bob Edwards, Jack Edwards, Byron Folse. 3rd Row: Charlie Fleming, Max Gaines, Wayne Gibbens, Roberi' Goad, Dub Heffingion, Jerome Henderson, Eddie Henson, Rusfy Herringion, Jim Hock, Brown Holden. 4+h Row: Jerry Don Hudson, Ed Knox, Tom Lawlis, Don Love, Gene Mifchell, Johnny Monfgomery, Eric Moody, Sefh Moore, Wayne Noakes, Don Ormond. 5l'h Row: Gary Orren, Jim H. Pa'Herson, Roy Poage, Don Ponder, David Ramsey, Emme'H Rodgers, Ted Seale, Berkley Shofner, Bobby Dean Smifh, Tom Sorrells. 6'I'h Row: Joe Sfephens, Ken Sfeward, Leland Sfone, Dorman Turner, Joe Ben Turner, Sam Vaughfer, Duwayne Wallace, Jim WiHliFF, Bill Womble, Dale Wynn. Page 205 Pi Kappa Alpha Epsilon Gamma 5 I Jacky McAninch Jeff Garrison FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS Jacky McAninch . . . President Jeff Garrison .... President Jerry Tschauner . Vice-President Champ Turner . . . Vice-President Peter Snow . . . . Secretary Clifford Hewett . . . Secretary Bennett Corley . . Treasurer Phil Steen . . . Treasurer The ideals of Pi Kappa Alpha represent the highest in fellowship, faithfulness, leadership, friendship, and truth. It recognized that scholastic achievement and development of character arc the studentis chief oh- jectives in his college preparation for the years to come. The social activities of the Epsilon Gamma Charter begin with the annual Bug House Ball and end with the Big Brother-Little Brother Picnic. The social high- light is the Dinner Dance at which the chapter selects its "Dream Girli' of Pi Kappa Alpha. Other activities are the Spring Formal, Old Mexico Fiesta, Mother's Day Dinner, and Founders, Day Dinner. The PiKA Lodge Page 206 PIKA DREAM GIRL Kay Henry I Isl' Row: Dick Alexander, Don Babcock, Bill Bahrends, Wal+er Bingham, Wayne Bird, Bill Bivens, Marshall Chase, John Clark, BenneH' Corley. 2nd Row: Sam Covingfon, Mike Crookshank, John Dennis, Bobby EllioH', Richard Franks, Gehrig Garrison, E. C. Good- man, Billy Sam Hale, Leo Ha+fielcl. 3rd Row: David Henderson, Clifford Hewi'H', Ronald Hill, Bill Hagan, Bennie Hollis, Med Hunf, Phil lce, Kenf Jones Carl Jones. 4'rh Row: Hank Jones, Don Jones, Charles Joyner, Charles Kenworih, Jim Knowlfon, Don Koonce, Winnard Koihmann, John La Grange, Don Lair. 5+h Row: Dan Lane, Jacky McAninch, Jimmy McAninch, Eddie McPherson, James McPherson, John McWilliams, Glad Norman, Bobby Payne, David Penning+on, H. C. Poage. 6'rh Row: Sian Powers, Eugene Ray, Clayion Roberson, Bob Sandlin, Tommie Seale, Ralph Sherrill, Frank Simms, Glenn Slay, Archie Sloan, Maynard Small. 7+h Row: Pe+e Snow, Phil Sfeen, S+ovey Sfovall, Champ Turner, Don Max Vars, Reiner Voufe, Ralph Way, Bernie Welch, Don Wideman, Charles Wrigh+. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Texas Alpha OFFICERS Neal Pipkin .... Eminen+ Archon Richard Ligon . . Eminent Depufy Archon l ,, Edwin Rober+son . . Emineni Recorder Bob Dyer . . . Emineni' Treasurer Dale Riggs . . Eminent Correspondent Neal Piplcin Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the University a membership of nearly 100,000 men. of Alabama March 9, 1856. Texas Alpha charter was The year's main social events were the Fall Harvest installed at Texas Tech October 1, 1953. Founded Dance, the Black and White Dinner Dance, and the by eight close friends, SAE now has l36 chapters and fabulous Basin Street Dance. The SAE lodge Page 208 Is+ Row: Jim Berly, Cooper Blounf, Rob Brown, Jack Chandler, Chris Chark, Ken Cobb, Jack Cooper, Jerry Craf+, Feliz Crawford, Bill Crenshaw. 2nd Row: Gordon Derring, Bob Dyer, David Edwards, Ralph Farring+on, Bob Flefcher, Phil Folsom, Joe Gilleland, Fred Gis+, Bobby Green, Tom Hamil+on. 3rd Row: Bob Hancock, Carey Hobbs, Terry Hobbs, Joe Ed Holder, Don Hold, Clarence Hough, Allan Howefh, Bob HuFF, Doug HuHon, Wayne Johnson. 4+h Row: Bob Kinney, Wade Kirk, S+an Koop, Dick Ligon, Buddy McCree, Dick Mcllhaney, John MaH'hews, Wendy Mayo, Ronnie MiHel, Bufch Ogden. 5+h Row: Gene Pinson, Neal Pipkin, Charles PyeaH', Ronnie PyeaH', Gene Reid, Dale Riggs, Edwin Roberfson, Joe Rober- son, James Rucly, Dick Sewell. 6+h Row: Bernay Sheffield, Tom Sidclens, Don Spencer, Wendell Turner, Pal' Tyson, George Vaughn, Jim Walker, Bill Wienke, Mickey Wilson, Johnny Winslow. Page 209 Sigma Epsilon Nu OFFICERS Merwin Downey ..... Joe Hood . . . . Joe Dorsey . John King . . Presideni Vice-Presidem' . Recording Secrefa ry . Corresponding Secre+ary Sid Carroll . .... Treasurer Merwin Downey Sigma Chi strives to maintain its high ideals of Sigma Chi was Winner of the Homecoming Float friendship, justice and learning. The lasting value of Contest this year. Including the social life of the Slgs Sigma Chi is shown by 130 Alumni Chapters, largest they have their annual Christmas Dance Valentine representation in the Greek world. Dance, Klondike Dance, and Sweetheart Ball The Sigma Chi Lodge Page 2I0 .gl Isl Row: 2nd Row: 3rd Row: 4+h Row: 5+h Row: 6+h Row: Jack Aldridge, Nelson Berry, Sid Carroll, David Cobb, Roberf Collier, Carlos Coon, Forresr Criswell. Kemp Derrick, Ray Diffee, Joe Dorsey, Merwin Downey, Carl Eafherly, WaH'er Gillon, Joe Hood. John Jordan, John King, Jim Kirkwood, David Lamber+h, Dean Lee, Charles Lovering, Alberl' McCurdy. James McDuFf, Jess Mcllvain, Gary Mifchell, Ronnie Morris, Ronald Osrerbuhr, Jon Sanders, Terry Scarbrough. Howard Schulz, Bob Sikes, Angus Smi+h, Monroe Thomas, ScoH Turner, James Wal+on, Jerry Ward. Elwyn Wea+hers, Gene Willis, Jim Willis, Don WinneH, Amber Yeary, Garner Young, Don Zimmerman. Page Sigma Nu Zeta Pl Lewis Stone . . Ray Perry . Carey McAdams The activities of Sigma Nu are highlighted by the "White Rose Formal Dinner Dance" which is held annually in March. The White Rose Queen and her six attendants are presented at the dance along with "The Zeta Pi Chapter's Most Outstanding Member." Among the activities are the "Gambler's Ball," a OFFICERS Carey McAdams ..... Commander Joe Dick Westbrook . Lieutenant Commander . . Treasurer . Recorder costume dance held each fall, Christmas Party, Spring Sport Dance, and numerous picnics and parties. The principle purposes of the chapter have been to associate men of similar ideals and objectives, to de- velop in them high standards of morality and scholar- ship, and a sensitive appreciation of the rights of others. The Sigma Nu Lodge f -A , .aw ' - Page 2I2 l Isl Row: Bruce Allen, Jerry Alkins, Tommy Alkins, Charles Beville, Dale Bippus, Bill Brallon, Barry Buchanan, Johnny Bush, Ted Campbell. 2nd Row: Larry Cannon, John Carler, Tom Chisholm, Roberl Clark, Bob Clarke, Bob Cromwell, Don Crowley, Richard Cunningham, Bill Didlake. 3rd Row: Howard Fleming, Ted Gerlack, Clyde Godfrey, Richard Gardner, Curlis Green, Johnny Green, Bill Hawkins, Ware High, W. B. Hill. 4lh Row: Ronald Homer, Boyce Irwin, Lynn Johnson, Frank Jones, Bob Kiker, Melvin Kohler, Jerry Kolaral, Dwayne Kunlz, Charles Lamberl. 5lh Row: Jim Leary, Lee Ledrick, Carey McAdams, James McDonald, Ronnie McGregor, Gerald Marlin, Jim Miller, Raymond Mires, Frilz Munzinger. 6lh Row: Frank Nichols, Bill Norris, Fosler Parker, Ray Perry, Bobby Scoll, Larry Simpson, Terry Smilh, Lewis Slone, Jim Slrawn, Ed Slrickland. 7lh Row: Phil Teeling, Garland Thornlon, Wayne Waldrop, Jim Valianl, Joe Dick Weslbrook, Gary Weller, Roy While, Lowell Whillock, Donnie Wilson, Jerry Wolfard. Phi Gamma Delta Lambda Tau OFFICERS Donnell Echols ...... Presideni' George Nelson . . . Treasurer Don Barber . . .... Secretary Don Hay . Corresponding Secrefary Donnell Ecliols Outstanding Fijis on the Tech campus this year in- Society, and Don Hay, Iack Boggess, and Donnell cluded David Thompson, President of the Student Echols, Student Council Representatives. Council, Bill Bean, Cheerleaderg Donnell Echols, Presi- Highlights of the Fijis social calendar are the Purple dent of IFC, Hollis Swafford, President of the Iunior Garter Dance, Dinner Dance, and Traditional Fiji Class, Shell Cunningham, President of the Engineering Island Dance with all the costumes and decorations. The Fiji Lodge , , i : Page 2l4 l ls'I' Row: Dean Alexander, S. C. ArneH, A. L. Baer, Don Barber, J. H. Backe'H', Bill Bean, Charles C. Bea'Hy, Robe:-'I' Benfon, Jack Boggess, Pai' H. Boo+h, David Bourland. 2nd Row: Roy Boyd, Bob Brien, Bobby Brown, John Lewis Burgess, J. E. Cannon, Keifh Cecil, Eddie Clayion, Tom Cobb, Jr., Jack Crumpler, Sheldon Cunningham, Ronald Davis. 3rd Row: Roy Day, Pele Dyson, Donnell Echols, Jimmie Eschle, J. B. Fraley, James Goggan, Bud Hale, Bill Hallmark, Monfe Hasie, Don Hay, Harley D. Henry. 4'l'h Row: Doyle Herring, Tom Jenkins, Bob Johnson, Gordon Joiner, Ross Jones, Roberi Koonce, Bill Lapham, Bob Lapham, Jack Lawrence, Fred LeBeau. 5'I'h Row: Jack LoH', Dick Lowke, William Lowrimore, Richard McClure, Charles McCown, Roberl' J. McCune, Neil McMullen, Bob Macy, Harvey Mallory, John Mafson, l-arry Merriman, Roy J. Milhoan. 6+h Row: Duane Miller, Mark Miller, Joe Moore, George Nelson, Tommy Palierson, Bill Pfluger, 'Paul Phillips, Dale Roselius, Bill ScoH', Reginald Bill Smi+h, Wallace Smifh, William G. Sparks. 71'h Row: Raiford Sfainbeck, Hollis Swafford, Curlis Tally, Don Tankersley, James Tapp, Eddie Taylor, David Thompson, Phillip Thompson, Fred R. Underwood, Ken Warren, David Webb, Jackie Williamson. Page 2I5 Phi Delta Theta Texas Epsilon Buddy Hill John Roberts FALL OFFICERS C. V. "Buddy" Hill . . . President Wick Alexander . . Vice-President Jerrell Snodgrass . . . Secretary Dennis Knight .... Treasurer Officers were plentiful in the Phi Delta Theta fra- ternity this year. Wick Alexander was Vice-President of the Student Council, Mr. Texas Tech, and President of T.I.S.A. Ted Carthel was Supreme Court Iustice. Ken Talkington acted as President of the Sophomore Class and also Sophomore favorite. Phi Delts were also co-captains of the basketball team, Gerald Myers SPRING OFFICERS John Roberts .... President Ray Gressett . . . Vice-President Bill Dean . . . Secretary Dennis Knight . . . Treasurer and Charles Lynch. In athletics, the Phi Delts were fraternity and all college champs in football, track and basketball. They also claimed the IFC award for Intramural Sports. Social events for the year consisted of the Roman Orgy Party, Dinner Dance, Good Ship Phi Party, and Raunch Dance. The Phi Delts "circle up" atter a dinner. Page 2I6 Isi' Row: Wick Alexander, Dave Allen, Dwayne Allen, Don Apple, John Bacon, Sonny Baldwin, Mickie A. Barron, Don Bar'I'on, Jerry Bell, Marlin Benson, Vic Bond 2nd Row: Gene Boyd, William Boyd, Vernon Brewer, Jr., Dewey Bryan+, Dennis Calverl, Eddie Carpen'l'er, Teddy Car+hel, Paul Caro, John Wesley Chism, Randall Clark, Howard Collins. 3rd Row: Clayfon L. Cooke, Jim Copeland, Presion Davis, Bill Dean, John Dennison, Gayle Earls, Lynn EllioH', Bob Ford, Edward J. Fosier, Jr., Dan Fry, Buddy Godfrey. 4+h Row: Ray GresseH, Paschall Hamblen, Todd Henson, Buddy Hill, Windell Leon Hill, Sammy Hodge, Bob Hoover, Dan Howard, Pere Hudgins, Jim Hurlbuf, Mike Joplin. 5+h Row: Ch-uck Key, Dennis Knigh+, Don Lacy, Richard Laughridge, Keni' Lawrence, Don Lowrimore, Charles Lynch, Howard Lynch, Lee McCollum, Ray McCullough, Ronald McKim. 6+h Row: Gary McLeod, Dan McMurray, Jimmy Miller, Buddy Moreman, Bill Mo+ley, Gerald Myers, Jim Nelson, Jim PaHerson, Wayne Ra+isseau, Tom Reagor, John Riddle. 7+h Row: John Roberfs, Bill Rogers, Dick Scales, Wilson Scaling, Weldon Schaefer, Kelly Mack Sears, Gerald Seemann, Jerry Selfridge, Tom Shelly, Clinfon Smifh, Jerrell Snodgrass, Bob Sfafford, Jimmy Jo Srrinford. 8+h Row: Quien Sfaplelon, Jerry Slockfon, Kenne+h Talkingfon, Jimmy Thrush, Milfon Vaughn, Charlie Waller, Johnny Waller, Jimmy Waison, James Wes+, Buddy Whippo, James Richard Wiley, Bryani' Williams, Dwain Woody. Page 2I7 Phi Kappa Psi Texas Beta Chuck Sirehli Thomas Holeman OFFICERS Chuck Sfrehli .... President Jay Thomas . . . Vice-President Gilbert Finnell .... Secretary H. A. Sessions .... Treasurer Working, studying and playing together, the Texas Beta chapter of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity forms a brotherhood in the truest sense of the word. Tech Phi Psi's worked together in the fall to create a life size reproduction of V. T. Hamblinis Alley Oop dinosaur, Dinny. Pulled by 30 lierce Phi Psi cavemen, Dinny won second prize in the Homecoming Parade. The "Li'l Abner Dance" gives the Phi Psi's a chance OFFICERS Thomas Holeman . . . President Gilbert Finnell . . . Vice-President Delbert' Sanders .... Secretary Boyce Love ..... Treasurer to play together in the fall. Informal Sunday picnics are common playtime functions in the spring, along with the dinner dance. Studying together, the Phi Psis were ranked number one scholastically on the Tech campus for the fall se- mester with a 1.3 average. Individuals who have, through teamwork, excelled on the campus include Bill Pittman, Richard Estes, Claude Rogers, Iim Thompson, and Chuck Strehli. THE PHI PSI LODGE Page 2I8 Ben Anderson Marvin Armslrong Bill Barr Jack Beal Freddie Blalre Don Blanlon Norman Bloclxer Royce Bruce Ed Childs John Cochran Cam Cunningham Kinney Cummings Paul Edwards Richard Esles Dicll Dabney Bill Downs Don Gray Bill Farnham Judd Hewle++ Thomas Holeman Roberl Johnson David Jones Rober+ Key Paul Koeepe Wally Larkin Bill Lewis Boyce Love Delano McLain Mi+ch Mayborn Gene Miles Allen Norman George Pafierson Bill Piifman Don Rambo Jimmie Rafliff Sammy Ribble Claude Rogers Roberf Rogers Darryl Sanders Delber+ Sanders Scofiy Scofi' Rolly Seawell H. A. Sessions Web Sharp Derral Shepard Charles Simon Wendell Spence Chuck Sirehli Jay Thomas Jim Thompson Mark Touchsfone Bob VerreHo Bob Wheller Jim Whifacre Norman Womack Borden Worsham Page 2I9 Phi Eta Sigma Isl' Row: William Jenkins, Jr., John Gilberf, Don McMurray, John Harrison, Gordon Graves, Gilber+ Finnell, Joe Ben Hudgens, Bobby Brown. 2nd Row: Tommy Priddy, Coleman Resfer, David Shoemaker, Daniel Rivers, Dicky Hardee, Donald Hayworth, Thomas Holeman, Ronald Miller. 3rd Row: Udo Sfrasilla, Frank Henry, Larry Pinson, Lilburn Smith, Roy Poage, Jack Beal, Max Dannecker, Mike Waddill, Charles McKimmey. OFFICERS Joe Ben Huclgens . . . . Presidenl' Gilberi' Finnell . . Secretary Gordon Graves . . Treasurer Phi Eta Sigma, national freshman menis honor soci- spotlight a year of scholastic achievement for Phi Eta ety, promotes scholarship and fellowship among fresh- Sigma members. The requirement for initiation is a man rnen. An initiation ceremony and banquet 2.5 overall grade point average for the freshman year. Page 220 Mortar Board Ist Row: Donna Carolyn Abraham, Bobbie Blocker, Jacquelyn C. Brooks, Maynette Derr, Gretchen Elizabeth Donovan. 2nd Row: Roberta Annette Elliott, Sandra Lee Hemmle, Dolores Mae Hutto, Catherine Nelson, Janice Newsom. 3rd Row: Carolyn June Reynolds, Grace Wheeler Rogers, Sara Ann Sheveland, Beth van Maanen, Rebecca Wilson. In 1927, Forum, an honorary organization for senior women was established at Tech by the late Mrs. Mary W. Doak, Dean of Women. From the beginning its purpose was to become a chapter of Mortar Board, the national honorary for Women. In February 1957, the Forum Chapter of Mortar Board was installed with the initiation of fifteen active members and a number of alumnae. Members for this group are chosen on the basis of service, scholarship, and leadership to carry out the purposes of Mortar Board. OFFICERS Carolyn Reynolds Beth van Maanen . Donna Abraham Dolores Hutto . . . . President . Vice-President . . . Secretary . . . Treasurer Roberta Elliott . Donna Abraham Bobbie Blocker Jacquelyn Brooks Maynette Derr Louise Devenport Gretchen Donovan . . A.W.S. MEMBERS Roberta Elliott Sammie Fowler Billie Sue Gregory Sandra Hemmle Dolores Hutto Catherine Nelson Representative Janice Newsom Carolyn Reynolds Sara Ann Sheveland Beth van Maanen Grace Rogers Rebecca Wilson Page 22l Junior Council Isl' Row: Joan Abel, Elizabeflw Ann Balzer, Mary Cafherine Birlcelbach, Virginia Bray, Carol Crews Dorofhy Carol Cummings, Jean EllioH. 2nd Row: Jan Higinborham, Barbara Ann McDougal, Peggy Malinak, Peggy Anne Miller, Ru+h Ellen Vigness Janei' E Vin es, Karen Williams. junior Council is an honorary service organization bers must have taken an active part in campus life composed of twenty outstanding women who have showing outstanding characteristics of scholarship maintained a 2.0 average in their academic Work. Mem- leadership, and dependability. OFFICERS Carol Crews ....... President Karen Williams . . . Vice-President Mary C. Birkelbach . . Secre+ary Carol Cummings . . Treasurer Joan Abel . . . Reporter Page 222 Joan Abel Libby Balzer Mary C. Birlcelbacln Virginia Bray Carol Crews Carol Cummings MEMBERS Peggy Donnell Brown Sandra Dudley Jean EllioH' Jan Higinborham Barbara McDougal Peggy Malinak Peggy Miller Be'Hy Smifh Rurh Vigness Janei' Vines Karen Williams Circle K Inrernarional I f lsl' Row: Charles Alden, Don Avery, James D. Bell, John T, Buchanan, Elmer Douglas Buckelew, John Frank Bush, Jr., Ben Marsch, Carfwrighf. 2nd Row: John Marcus Connally, Jr., Forrest Eugene Criswell, Edward Dyer Hayden, Frank Homer Hinkley, Jerry Edwin Hosfick, John Douglas Hudson, Mike Joplin. 3rd Row: Donald Ray Jackey, Donald E. Ledwig, Roberi' Luke McDonald, Jerry Neef, Donald W. Oafman, Billy Maurice Plumlee, Don Roy Reynolds. 4i'h Row: Claude Edwin Rogers, David Warren Thompson, Wylie Garland Thornton, Jr., Rodger Billy Watkins, Robert A. Wood, Clyde Davis Wright, John Talmadge Wright OFFICERS Don Ledwig .,..... President Don Reynolds . . . . Vice-President Doug Buckelew . . Corresponding Secretary Jim Childs . Ed Golden . . . Recording Secretary . . . Treasurer Circle K International is the college branch of Kiwanis International. The Tech Club is affiliated with the Hub city Kiwanis club of Lubbock and mem- bers attend meetings of both clubs. Included in the objectives of Circle K are emphasiz- ing the advantages of the American Way of life and social business and professional standards. and numerous service projects for Texas Tech. promoting the adoption and the application of higher On the Tech campus the club sponsors pep rallies, the annual Toys for Tots Campaign, a boy scout troop Page 223 OFFICERS Brad Long ..... . Presidenl Noel Yeary . . Vice-Presidenl' Joanne Waldhauser . . Secrefary Perry Thompson . . Treasurer Ann Adams . . Reporfer Page 224 Tech Rodec Dudley Arnefi' Elaine Asher Jack Aufill John B. Baccus, Jr. Tommie Ballard James Bafeman Sammie Beckham lrven Benson Roberl' Benlon Don Bice Carolyn Birch Bill Bivens Bobby Blaclr Buddy Black John Boren Kay Boren Bobby A. Burchard Charles Burne'H ' Dale Burne4H' Kafhy Cain Bobby Canon Carolyn Carbaial Pafsy Chasely Jerry Church Joyce Cleveland Charles Cobb Linda Kay Collins Douglas Cope Fred Cross Dennis Crumley Norma Jean Dillma Jack Douglas Marilyn Douglas Archie Dwyer Joe Dwyer Lee Dunn Marfha Eclrerf Eleanor Eidman Ed Eilelman Lea Eilelman Fred Ellis Wallace Emerson Dwain Epling Jo Esfes Tommy Ewens Jim Farmer Bob Flelcher Elizabelh Gufhrie Billy Hargis Kelly Hargis Joe N. Hargrove James Hayes Jerry Herring Joan Hill Donald Hollar Jim Hoodenpyle Morgan Howard Lynn Johnson I1 Association The purpose of the Texas Tech Rodeo Association is to revive and maintain interest of college students in rodeos and other functions of the West, to sponsor an intercollegiate rodeo team to represent Texas Tech in intercollegiate rodeo contests and to produce an Royce D. Johnson Joe Joiner Nancy Jones Harriett Kittrell Jim Knowlton Carol Logan l Brad Long Wesley W. Masters Glen Meador J. W. Menzies Bobby Middleton Don Miller Harry Miller Anna Moore Billy Morris Sharyn Moslc Mary Mulitz Charles Nortleet Jim Northcutt Pat Oden Francis Payne Elaine Porter Jay Porter Dallas Powell Wayne Ratisseau Dean Rea Hud Rhea Tom Regsby Leta Merle Roberts Max Sageser Wilson Scaling John Schlittler Jerome Schuelzberg Payton Scott J. P. Sentor Jael: Sewell Bernay Sheffield Jerry Slaton Lanny Smith Johnny Sowell Leon Swift Wayne Taylor Perry Thompson Roger Tuclcer Jan Ueitch Kelley Waggoner Joanne Waldhauser Teddy Waldhauser Phyllis Wallrer T Nancy Wallace Viola Walton Lynn Watson l Eugene Watts Elwyn Weathers l Wayne White Wanda Williams Willfleen Williams Jack Wright ' Bob Young i intercollegiate rodeo on the Tech campus. The rodeo team representing Tech is selected from members of the Association and competes in many area rodeos. Page 225 Saddle Tramps Wayne Gibbens The Saddle Tramps, organized in 1936, are the chief promoters of school spirit at Tech. It is the principle objective of the Saddle Tramps to further promote school spirit, and to uphold the traditions of the col- lege. The organization also helps sponsor some of the pep rallies, and gives assistance in maintaining order Saddle Tramp Circle Page 226 OFFICERS Wayne Gibbens . . . . President Gene Miles . Vice-Presiden+ Don Godfrey . Secretary Dan Howard . Treasurer B. H. Easier . . Sponsor at all athletic contests on the campus. The big project of the year is the construction of the Saddle Tramp Circle. It is the first of its kind in the Southwest Conference, and the Saddle Tramps are responsible for its construction. lt is to be the official meeting place for all future pep rallies. Isl' Row: Don Avery, James Babb, Frank Bell, James Blumenfrifi, Jack Boggess, James Brockman, Rob Brown, Teddy Carfhel, Jesse Carpenfer, William Clark, Clarence Cochran. 2ncl Row: Donald Coonrod, Jack Covingion, Felix Crawford, Sheldon Cunningham, Norman Dreyer, Jay Dunlap, Jr., Bob Dyer, Donnell Echols, Bob Ford, Wayne Gibbens, Don Godfrey. 3rd Row: James Gloggan, Jerry Gray, Donald Gray, Phil Harrison, Don Hay, Waller He-Ffinglon, Eddie Lofgren, Donald Hinkson, Dave Hodges, Alan Hollis, Donald Holi. 4'I'h Row: Jerry Hudson, Tom Jenkins, Sfuarl' Jones, Hal Knighf, Dan Lane, Donald Ledwig, William Lofgren, Donald Love, Jr., Roy Milhoan, Gary Miller, Roberl' Mills. 5+h Row: Edwin McPherson, Edward Neil, Curlis O'Rear, Paul Parks, Neal Pipkin, Dean Rea, Alberl' Richardson, Roberl' Rifle, Kelly Mack Sears, Berkley Shofner, Leonard Short 6+h Row: Joseph Smifh, Maynard Snell, Don Spencer, Kennefh Tapp, Charles Terrell, David Thompson, Don Vars, Kennefh Whi'H', Billy Womble, John Zangus, Donald Zimmerman. Page 227 International Relafions Club lsi' Row: Dwight Bellamy, Bobby Brown, Don Grimes, Carol Hanks, Pai' Henderson, Allan Hollis. 2nd Row: Joe Hudgens, Marshell Johnson, Janice Mae O'Neil, Gaylord Pool, Glenn Reynolds, Srephany Anne Sfephens, Mary Jane Turner. The International Relations familiarizes students One of lRC's projects consists of bringing foreign and citizens of this area with the status of the world speakers to the campus to speak and inform the stu- powers and helps them to understand our foreign dents of the world situation. IRC also sponsors a neighbors. group of students who speak on their World travels. OFFICERS Joe Ben Hudgens ..... Presideni' Mary Jane Turner . Vice-President Carol Hanks . . Secretary-Treasurer Winnie McGraw . . Reporter Page 228 Dwighl' Bellamy Bobby M. Brown Donald Grimes Carol Hanks Pa+ricia Henderson MEMBERS Allan L. Hollis Joe Ben Huclgens Marshall Johnson Winnie McGraw Janice O'Neil Gayland Pool Glenn E. Reynolds Sfephany Stephens Mary Jane Turner ech Vers Club OFFICERS Bill Biecliger ..... Commander Terry Driver . . . . Treasurer Mr. R. A. Moreland . . Sponsor Mr. Myers . . The Tech Veterans Club was organized in 1953 to aid veterans returning to the campus and to better en- able Tech veterans to Work for a greater Texas Tech. Activities for the Tech Vets Club include sponsoring a pep rally during the football season, helping with worthy projects in Lubbock and on the Tech carnpus, . Sponsor and aiding other service organizations in promoting school spirit at Texas Tech. Tech Vets enjoy picnics, dances, and other socials throughout the year. In addition the Wives of the vets have organized right along with their husbands to share in social and service activities. Page 229 Canierbury Club Isl' Row: Nancy Scucldy, Carol King, Porfia Ann Sudclreaih, Barbara Williams. 2nd Row: Kenl' Simms, Charles Green- well, Karin Ann Smifh, David S. Rilling, EvereH' E. Pufney. . The Canterbury Club, which meets at St. Paul's followed by breakfast. Then on Sunday evening, a Church on the Plains, unites the episcopal students at supper is held in conjunction with the worship service Texas Tech. The aim of the group is threefold-de- and meeting. This is then followed by recreation. votion, education, and service. Each Wednesday morn- Members have open Seaman Hall for daily use this ing, the members attend a Holy Communion Service year. OFFICERS Karin Smi+l1 ..... . Presideni Homer Holland . . Vice-Presidenf Sharon Harbaugh . . Secrefary Jane Davis . . . Treasurer Page 230 Christian Science Crganization Bill Meador Kathryn Fleclwfner Jim Dinsmore OFFICERS Bill Meadors ...... President Kathryn Flechfner . . Vice-President Jim Dinsmore . . Secretary-Treasurer Miss Quanah Lewis . . . . Sponsor The purpose of this organization is to promote orderly growth in the study of Christian Science. The Christian Science Organization meets every Sunday afternoon at 5:30 p.m. in Room B. of the SUB. The order of meetings includes selections from the Bible and Science and Health, With Key to the Scrip- tures, by Mary Baker Eddy. There is also a period for testimonies on Christian Science. This organization gives a reception each fall for pros- pective members and supports the Student Religious Council and Religious Emphasis Week. As an annual activity, the organization presents a Christian Science lecture on the campus. Page 23 I 1 Varsi+y Show and Page 232 The girls of +he Ho+ Box ls fhis in fhe scripf? Luck wasn'+ a lady . . . Engineering Show Askepfic? The brains behind . . . 7 Jusi' like "Old Fai+hful" Page 233 We're raising money 'l'o appear wifh Dave Garroway . . Junior S+uni Page 234 MaH'hew B. Brady and company The boys . . . Iighf one of fhe boys Paso por aqui Page 235 Befween Semes+er 'Olympics' in Sania Fe . Q Page 236 Win'I'er wonderland Waifing for skis and sfuff Q 4..w0A',,q, i Q -s- 4 is ' 1 "W" ' 4' 4 Phi Psi's and SAE's play ski hockey. DIVISION VI A ff PASO POR AQUI - THE DRY-LAND FARMER Shorfly afior flme 'l'urn of Hue ceniury, hard-working farmers spread across the foriilo land +l1a'l' is 1-he Plains. Sod was broken by iron plows and mule foams on flue silo of whaf is now Texas Technological College. wx X X "MU 4- Xafixm 9 Agriculfure ...... Arfs and Sciences .... Business Adminisfraiion Engineering ......... Home Economics . . . Siucleni' Life .... 238-245 246-26 I 262-269 270-279 280-283 284-288 5 KES 1,1 ff' SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS vs... Q-V, zf:f+ mwwuwmwasv,mmnvf :- 14" SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 'S-nr SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION A SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE Page 237 ff ff? mm-1 I I, if me as SCHCOL OF AGRICULTURE 32? ' Q. I Q ' . Or . V .au 2' Ql,,'1"fI?"f?.?-Q , 1 4 J, if , A , I , is f . M I if 1 'Hx f X 035 J. W. BENNETT R. L. CHAPELLE IRA L. WILLIAMS AgricuII'uraI Economics AgricuIIuraI Educafion AgricuII'uraI Engineering Page 238 Y A. W. YOUNG N. C. FINE J. J. WILLINGHAM Agronomy Animal Husbandry Dairy IndusI'ry 5 S. The aim of the school of Agriculture is to offer to its students a liberal education, including in- struction in the scientific and technical subjects which are fundamental to an understanding of the agricultural industry. The purpose of the courses of study is to meet the needs of those who Want to prepare themselves for service and life in some part of the field of agriculture. Scientific and agricultural subjects are funda- mental. ln the latter years of a student's Work, these subjects have a more specific application to special fields. 2 E. J. URBANOVSKY Hor+icuH'ure and Park Management WENZEL L. STANGEL Dean of Agriculture SENIOR MEATS JUDGING TEAM JUNIOR MEATS JUDGING TEAM Isf Row: C. A, O'Brien, Coach, PaI'ricIc Sammons. IsI' Row: C. A. O'Brien, Coach, Ronald G. Smifh. 2nd Row: PauI DunIcs, New+on KIu'H's. 2nd Row: Morgan S. Howard, Richard Ligon. Judging Teams SENIOR WOOL JUDGING TEAM JUNIOR WOOL JUDGING TEAM ISI' Row: Jacky McAninch, Paul Dunks. Is+ Row: Myron HiIIman, Dale Herring, Ray C 2nd Row: Randall Grooms, Coach, Ray Wavery, Mowery, Coach. Sidney Long. 2nd Row: Bobby Coleman, Roy Milhoan. Page 240 SENIOR DAIRY CATTLE JUDGING TEAM Isl' Row: Charles Wallace, Bill Parker. 2nd Row: Terry Driver, H. C. Brumlow, K. L. Neeley, Coach. JUNIOR LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM IDenverI Isl Row: Myron Hillman, Edwin Roberlson, Roy Mil- hoan. 2ncI Row: Slanley Anderson, Coach, Bob Coleman, Dale Herring. f JUNIOR DAIRY CATTLE JUDGING TEAM Is'l' Row: Jim Knowlron, Jim LeaI'h. 2nd Row: Jerry Sfoclclon, Charles Cobb, K. L. Neeley, Coach. I C SENIOR LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM Isl' Row: Richard Ligon, Bob Anfhony, Jacky McAnIncl1, Gary Allen, Rob Brown. 2nd Row: Sfanley Anderson, Coach, Sydney Long, Randal Groomes. JUNIOR LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM IFI. Worfhl Isl' Row: Jerry Cra'FI', Louis Heinze, Tom Manlcin Newfon KIu'I"Is. 2nd Row: Sfanlev Anderson, Coach, Billy Weafh- erby, Pay'I'on ScoI'I, Dudley ArneH, W. Li Sfangel Agriculture Club FALL OFFICERS Ist Row: Ashdown, Peeples, Sponsors: Dwyer, Marshal: Rea, Reporter. 2nd Row: Kotara, Rec. Sec.: Mankins, Cor. Sec.: Byrd, Vice-Pres.: Anthony, President. Not Pictured: Thompson, Vice-Pres.: Robertson, Treas. The Agriculture club is the oldest student organiza- tion on the Tech campus. It was chartered in Novem- ber, l925. All persons in the school ol Agriculture are eligible for membership in the "Aggie Clubw. The pur- pose of the club is to foster and promote an interest in all matters pertaining to agriculture, and to encourage co-operation among the members in the major projects of the college related to agriculture. The clubis membership encompasses nearly all the students of the Agriculture School. The governing body of the club, the executive council, is composed of the elected officers and representatives from each of the departments within the school. SPRING OFFICERS Ist Row: Ashdown, Peeples, Sponsors: Dwyer, Vice-Pres.: Menzies, Reporter. 2nd Row: Mankins, Rec. Sec.: Wiseman, Cor. Sec.: Kotara, Vice-Pres.: Byrd, President. Not Pictured: Robertson, Treas.: Dwyer, Marshal. Page 242 if st I I Agronomy Club lst Row: Harvey, Seale, Bryan, Furr, Dowty, Hyde, Burnett, Mcllvain. 2nd Row: Hill, Miller, Keneyelc, Byrd, McClennan, McDutt, Terrell, Green. 3rd Row: Adams, Baron, Kennedy, Noble, Boyd, Malery, Daniel, Harris, Ray, Swanson, Dolle, Moore, Hutten, Richardson. The purpose of the Agronomy Club is to stimulate and better the quality of leadership and scholarship among students of plant life, and promote relationship and understanding among club members. As a help to the Tech Agronomy Club Crop Judging Team, the club prepares crop judging sample sets for high schools as a fund raising project and assist in contests each spring for high schools and for intercollegiate com- petition. Other club activities include special pro- grams, a homecoming breakfast, and an annual club banquet. OFFICERS Donald Terrell . Bob Byrd . . Bob Burnett . . Charles Moore Clark Harvey . . . . . President . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . Sponsor MEMBERS James R. Adams Jim Dowty Tom Barron Archie Dwyer Arthur Berg Nolie Elliston Gene Boyd Buryl Fish Boyce Bryan Frank Furr Bobby Burnett Bob Byrd Lynn Campbell Teddy Carthel John Clarlc Delmar Daniel Don Dolle Marion Garland Wilton Green Dicky Hardee Bobby Harris Delbert Hess Tommy Hill Jerry Holland A. D. Hutton Harold Hyde Robert Kennedy Bernard Knozelc Gregory Lamb James McAndrew Donald McClennen George McDutt Billy Mcllvain Jerry McMahon Ralph Mabry Jimmy Miller Charles Moore Jaclc Nachlinger Steve Noble John Quillen Dean Rea Gene Reid Wayne Richardson Tommy Seale Don Smith Merill Swanson Donald Terrell Page 243 American Socie+y of Agricul+ural Engineers ls'i Row: Kirk, Nor+hcu+, Billingfon, Laceky, Ochs, Cagle. 2nd Row: Denfon, Kaisner, Parker, Zefzsche, Brown, Brooks. The Agricultural Engineering Club is a student branch of the American Society of Agricultural Engi- neers. The purpose of the AEC is to foster and pro- mote among the members an interest in all matters pertaining to agricultural engineeringg to encourage cooperation among the members in the major projects of the collegeg to promote social eventsg and to provide programs for the development and entertainment of the members. OFFICERS Wesley Cagle . . . . President Roy Johnson . . Vice-Presidem' Jim Vallianl . . . Treasurer Carl S'l'arkey . Secrefary Richard Ochs . . Scribe Bill Laceky . . . . Scribe lra L. Williams . Faculty Advisor Page 244 Kennefh Billingion Derwood Blagrave Ted Brown Wesley Cagle Allan Colwick Donald Denlon David Franklin MEMBERS Charles Gless Kennefh Henry Louis Hodgin Roy Johnson John Kaisner Bob Karrh Ivan Kirk Bill Laceky Wendell B. Moody Richard L. Ochs Jimmy Parker Doug RaH'an Carl Starkey, Jr. James Vallian+ James Zefzsche Future Farmers ot America Ist Row: Becton, Black, Brown, Crawtord, Dearen, Haltord. 2nd Row: Hawkins, Kiesling, Kuntz, Miller, Saunders, Sparks. 3rd Row: Tapscott, Tidwell, Tucker, Weaver, Wheat, Wilks, Wink. The Texas Tech Collegiate Chapter of Future Farmers of America was organized in 1933. Members must be of junior or senior standing with the intention of teaching vocational agriculture. The chapter spon- sors the annual vocational agriculture judging contests held for high school students each spring, holds "open housev for all alumni during Homecoming, and sends two delegates to the National Future Farmers of Amer- ica Convention. The chapter holds meetings twice monthly and has an annual steak fry for all members, their girl friends or Wives and families. OFFICERS Alton N. Sparks ...... President Lanny Tucker . . . Vice-President Glenn R. Blake . . . . Secretary Mr. L. M. Hargrave . . . Faculty Advisor James Becton Charles Berry Glenn Blake Arnold Brown Robert Crawtord Calvin Davis Danny Dearen Robert Haltord MEMBERS Jerry Hawkins Lee Roy Kiesling Elmer Kuntz Bobby Maytielcl Kermit Miller Charles Saunders Ray Sims Alton Sparks Billy Tapscott Theron Tidwell Lanny Tucker Guy Weaver Nathan Wheat Dennis Wilks Milburn Wink Page 245 School of Ar+s J. C. CROSS JOE DENNIS Biology Chemisfry .. ha.. L .- and Sciences l MORRIS WALLACE Educa+ion and Philosophy TRUMAN W. 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E. hi' 4"'. 4Sg:'j"',-:E ufope 7? L TRAVEL CQUDSE Madam, s5u4f55i6 E, . 'GE TTS! gg 'Xen' 7 ! E 'iw 3' . , . Jh: ' V. .,.,.. no-fwffwyfwf of Sas.. MARY DABNEY W. M. PEARCE W. E. GARETS EMMETT HAZELWOOD Women's Heal+h and P. E. Hislory, Anfhropology and Sociology Journalism Mafhemafics Page 246 The principal objective of the School of Arts and Sciences is to promote the requisites of a gen- eral education. Though this is a goal within itself, for purposes of administration, the work of this school is divided into that of the various depart- ments where varying degrees of specialization are permitted. Regardless of the program of the student, it is believed that the freshman year should be of a general nature. Specialization in the student's chosen field is encouraged during his later years in college. The School of Arts and Sciences offers a Bache- lors degree in any of fifteen major fields, and the Doctor of Philosophy is offered by the Graduate School in American Civilization, Chemistry, Eng- lish, History and Psychology. R. C. GOODWIN Dean of Aris and Sciences -ik GENE L. HEMMLE C. C. SCHMIDT SYLVAN KAPLAN P. MERVILLE LARSEN Music Physics Psychology Speech Page 247 Srudenr NEA lsr Row: Meadors, Grimes, Lovelace, Fauld, Faulk, Warkins. The people pictured on these pages are people who will shape Americais destiny! They are future teachers -the people who will mold the thinking of the next generation. The organizationis purposes are to induct future teachers into a professional organization and to give them an opportunity to mix socially and professionally. 2nd Row: Hol+, Boyd, Jacobs, Bradley, Mabry, Wood. It attempts to attract the best qualified persons to the teaching Field and to raise the standards of the pre- professional training for educators in both elementary and secondary schools. These people take their responsibilities seriously and will be ready, upon graduation, to take their places in tomorrowis world. OFFICERS Bobbie Reynolds . . Ernesfine Wood . Dolores Gage . Sally Boyd . Sara Watkins . . . . President . Vice-President . Secrerary . Treasurer . . Reporrer MEMBERS Donna Abraham Marilyn Adrian Jack Aldridge Helen Anderson Gail Arnn Trudy Baugh Janei' Bell Joan Befhany Pafricia Billings Judy Blank Ne+a Marie Boardman Sally Boyd Albennira Braden Bill Bradley Shirley Bridges BeH'y Sue Brown Pa'Hy Burke Kay Cabbiness John Cariker Page 248 Sondra Collinswor+h Bessie Cooper Jayne Curfis Nel Ray Daws Diane Doss JeaneH'e Duncan Fa e Edwards Pony El"I'er Pa'Hy Eubank Odie Faulk Sue Faulk Margaret Fincher Mary Jimm Floyd Virginia Fosfer Fredda French Dolores Gage Marrha Gibson Barbara Fay Gray Polly Greene Dana Gove Griffin Glenda Griffirhs Marlene Gruver Gracelyn Hansen Judy Harris Mrs. Joe B. Harsley Arline Hayden Ann Hillyer Frances Holmes Jimmie Holr William A. Holr Veda Hosman Nancy Par Housron Carole Jacobs Palsy Junker Shirley Kee Wesfon Kennedy Berry Gayle Kenf Sue Key Beverly Kimbrough Jane Lackland Donna Ledgerwood Diane Liles Mar+ha Lincoln Pai' Lincoln Jane Livermore LaBriH'a Logsdon Geraldine Lokey Margarei' Loomis Be'H'y Alice Lovelace Linda Lown Roberi' Marrin Tome Marrin Mary Ann Ma'Hox Janice Joy Mayo William Meadors Virginia Meeks Freddie Miller Euleen Moore Janys Morfon Mary Sue Myers Janer Rurh Nance Flora Lee Parker Debbie PaHillo Frances Payne Gloria Perry Carolyn Por'I'er Jeneane Price Bobbie Reynolds Susan Jane Robbins Edifh Russell Gracie Marie Russell Linda Rurherford Ann Sanders Nancy Sue Sanders Ray Ola Schneider Gay Scroggin Phyllis Sears Sharon Lee Seeliger Jo Ann Shipman Joan Skinner BeHy Smart Jerrell Snodgrass Carl S+ull Alice Taliaferro Marrha Thompson Sharon Thompson Joanne Updike Sarah Ann Vicrory Sarah Wa+kins Donna Ru'I'h Wesf Janice Wolfenden Ernesfine Wood Parricia Worley Mary Jo Worsrell Sigma Tau Delta lst Row: Cunningham, Brown, Powell, Bollen, Stansell, Young, Wetherington, Vernon. 2nd Row: Pool, Davis, Sears, Bennett, Yaggy, Nichols. Psi Delta Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta was estab- lished on the Tech campus in 1943. The aims of the fraternity are to further the study of the humanities with special emphasis placed on the study of English literature. Sigma Tau Delta sponsors a Creative Writ- Alpha Psi Omega OFFICERS Ronald Wetherington' . . President Pat Stansell ..... Secretary Kenneth W. Davis . Sponsor ing contest annually and publishes The Harbinger, campus literary magazine. Members of Sigma Tau Delta are required to have a 2.00 average in English, and an overall 1.00 average. OFFICERS Ronald Wetherington . . President Patsy Mullens . . . Vice-President Miclcie Patterson . Secretary-Treasurer Ronald Schulz . . Faculty Advisor lst Row: Mullens, Wetherington, Patterson, Stanley. 2nd Row: Kerr, Evans, Alex- ander, Myers, Schulz. Alpha Psi Omega is an honorary fraternity for dra- Activities of the group include writing, directing, and matic students. Its aims are to create an interest in producing playsg studying the art of make-upg studying all forms of drama, and to improve the quality of lighting techniquesg and other technical aspects of drama on the campus Where the fraternity is located. drama. Page 249 Oprimafes Isl' Row: Frank, Marks, Rankin, Forrester, Garner, Miller. 2nd Row: Pool, Pierce, Parke, Manning, Henry, Taylor, Eblen. 3rd Row: Burleson, Messinger, Price, McGough, Born, Holcomb. sponsored during the spring semester, and plans are Optimates meets the first Tuesday night of every month, usually with a speaker to talk on a subject related to Latin. A Saturnalia, or Roman Christmas, is celebrated during the Christmas season. A picnic is James Adams William Beckham Gene Born William Burleson Wayne Culp Philip Duvall William Eblen Temple EllioH' Roberf Garner Byron Hallenbeck Merlyn Harger Don Harmel Bobby Hughey Page 250 Lem Miller . Roberf Garner Lane Forresrer . Margarer Rankin Elfrieda Frank . Gilbert Keirh Bobby Frank McGough Danforfh Manning Harry F. Messinger Roberi' Lemuel Miller Kim Milling Jim Nor+hcuH' L. A. PaHerson Norman Pierce Gayland Pool James Earl Price James Ray made for a membership drive. The purpose of Optimates is to foster the interest of students in the Latin and Greek languages. OFFICERS . . . . . President . Vice-Presidenl . Secrelary . Treasurer . Sponsor MEMBERS Neil ScoH' Tommy S+rawn Bobby Taylor Harry Wilson Frank Wrighl Johnny Green Mary Ann Barron Jolene Caffie Nella Jo Conlee Marfha Edwards Lane Forresler Margarel Greve Nancy Henry Janef Johnson Ola Sue Johnson Betsy Lankford Judy Manning Mennice Mark Linda Moore Rulh Elaine Neel Myrd Parke Margarei' Rankin Sherry S+aFFord Lynn Ta+um Mar'I'ha Ellen Wh eeler Tech Geology Club Ist Row: McArdle, Ham, Alexander, McGregor, La Brant, Walker, Dr. Harris, Dan McGregor. 2nd Row: McCrabb, White, Shreve, Johnson, Brown, Harper, Robinett, Foxworth. The objective of the Geology Club, through the Through such activities the club encourages fellow- sponsoring of such activities as field trips, lectures, and ship on a professional level and enables students to exhibits, is to keep abreast of modern problems and obtain practical knowledge outside the classroom. technical advancements in the field of geology. Dan McGregor . Ray Chappelle . Gene Couser . Paul Ragland . OFFICERS . Dr. Rae L. Harris, Jr. . J. P. Abell Don Alexander Denny Ammons Carr Barnette Dennis Baskin Carl Benson Charles Beville Doyle Brooks Dan Brown W. A. Bryants R. E. Brunson Billy Cadell Pat Callahan Ray Chappelle Gene Couser Garland Denton Merwin Downey Joe Dyer Jim Enderbis Orin Fell Neil Fisher Fred Gist Ben Gray Bob Ham Melvin Harper Don Helbert John Henderson Johnny Henderson Clinton Hinkle Joe Hood Melvin Houx Paul lasigi W. A. lnagnet Denny Jellison MEMBERS . . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . Reporter . Sponsor Jim Johnson AI Jones Billy Kendrick Sam Key Bob La Brant Del Leger Darrell Linder Bob Lovelace Tom McArdle Jay McCollum Joe McCrabb Brent McDonald Dan McGregor Don McGregor Bob McMillan Bill Maedgen Bill Miller John O'Brien Ron Osterbuhr Joe Parker Bennett Price Wesley Rice Bill Shreve Bill Siemsen Kent Simms John Sporar Joe Stephens Roger Studer Bill Tanner John Walker Ray Waters Roy White Tom Wilson Thomas Wingo Page 25l MEMBERS Sigma Gamma Epsilon Isl' Row: BurneH', Couser, Den+on, Harper, Hoffman, lsham. 2nd Row: Jones, Leary, McGregor, Powell Suddufh Waters, Winn. Sigma Gamma Epsilon, honorary fraternity for Geol- fessional level and enables students to obtain practical ogy majors, through its various activities, strives to knowledge outside the classroom. keep abreast of modern problems and technical ad- Activities this past year included field trips to Palo vancements in the Held of geology. Through such Dura Canyon and Silver Falls, and a visiting lecturer activities the fraternity encourages fellowship on a pro- from Schlumberger. OFFICERS Carr Barne'H'e ..... Presideni' Olin lsham . . Vice-President Rober+ Winn . . . Secretary-Treasurer Richard Scrivener . Corresponding Secretary Carl Rexroad . . . . Sponsor Page 252 Richard Scrivener Carr BarneH'e Wayne Bosiik Billie Caddell Charles Clarke Daniel Couser Garland Denfon A. O. Gisi Paul Heiser Olin lsham Billy Jones Jim Leary Dan McGregor Vernon McLamore Dan Powell Ray Waters Roberi' Winn John Wood PLEDGES Jack Suddufh Eddie Huggman Glen Himmelberg Melvin Harper Alpha Epsilon Della ls'l' Row: Sealy, Culp, Barlcley, Williams, Woolam, Duvall. 2ncl Row: Clarlc Jennings, HuH'o, Dalabs, Gooclson. ' Alpha Epsilon Delta is a national honor society for premedical students. Its purpose is to encourage excel- lence in scholarship, to stimulate an appreciation of the importance of premedical education in the study of medicine. to promote cooperation and contacts between medical and premedical students and educators in de- veloping an adequate program of premedical education, and to bind together similarly interested students. The activities of the local chapter include local speakers and medical films, and Watching actual medical opera- tions. Social functions and banquets are also held each year. Louis Barkley Robert Brien John Clark Wayne Culp Philip Duvall . Gerald Woo-lam Karen Williams Louis Barkley Jesse Q. Sealy OFFICERS . . . . . . Presidenf . . Vice-Presidenl . . . Secre+ary . Treasurer . . Sponsor MEMBERS Gerald Dabbs Philip Duval Bruce Fausl' Max Goodson David Sleinman Gerald Woolam Delores Hu+'I'o AreHa Jennings Karen Williams Page 253 Kappa Kappa Psi X '75 4 "V W, 3 i 6 P 4 Isl' Row: Allred, Barnes, Bartley, Case, Crouch. 2nd Row: Davenpor+, Dodds, Grimes, Hewlett, Lee. 3rd Row: LiH'le, McDowell, Mathis, Mauldin, Mayfield. 4'I'h Row: Montgomery, Pa'H'on, Sandy, Snell, S'I'okes. 5+h Row: Templeton, Wilson, D. Winters, W. Winters, Worfham. Page 254 John Alford Sam Allred Roark Barnes Jerry Bar'I'ley Carl Crouch Ari' Dodds Gerald Fenley Ed Golden Don Grimes Judd Hewlefl' David Jackson Marvin Mauldin Tommy Mayfield James McDowell MEMBERS Lee Boyd Montgomery Claude Worfham Ronald Rouho William Sandy Pl-EDGES Jimmy Snell Bill Case Jerry Stokes Buck Clary Curtis Wilson Ned Davenport Walter Winters Jimmy Lee OFFICERS Jimmy Snell ..... President Sam Allred . . Vice-President Don Grimes .... Secretary Tommy Mayfield . . . Treasurer William Sandy . Business Manager Roark Barnes . ..... Scribe Kappa Kappa Psi, national honor- ary band fraternity for outstanding bandsmen, is the second oldest na- tional Greek letter fraternity to be organized on the Tech campus. The object of Kappa Kappa Psi is service to the school as well as to the Red Raider band. This goal has been achieved many times in the past. One of the outstanding services of Kappa Kappa Psi to the school is the social activities which include a Freshman Smoker, Homecoming banquet and a Christmas dinner dance. The Club Finale in the spring is the biggest event of the year. John LiH'le Carl Mathis Bill McDowell Duane PaHon Jeff Templeton David Win+ers Tau Beta Sigma Ist Row: Atlcins, Blackmore, Harris, Holt, Jacobs. 2nd Newman, Queen, Roberts, Russell, Squires, Wade. Tau Beta Sigma, the national honorary band soror- ity was organized nationally in l946 With the local chapter as the founding chapter. Any girl who has completed one semester of school with a l.O0 average, and who is in the band is eligible for membership. Yearly activities include a get acquainted party for all Betty Alice Lovelace Sylvia McAden . . Mary Lynn Turbeville Leta Merle Roberts . Row: Jost, Lincoln, Lovelace, McCormick, McDougal. 3rd Row: band girls, a Christmas dinner dance, and Club Finale. In addition to these activities they gear their program for the betterment of the Red Raider Band, for which the sorority and their brother fraternity, Kappa Kappa Psi, plan joint parties and functions. Carole Jacobs Sandra Dudley Patsy Lincoln Mary Lynn Turbeville Leta Merle Roberts Patsy Lincoln Barbara McDougal Sylvia McAden Betty Alice Lovelace Glenda Harris Joyce McCormick OFFICERS . . . President . Vice-President . . Vice-President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS Jerry Holt Jill Flynt Johnnie Wade Peggy Blackmore Carol Squires Pl-EDGES Merle Gammill Betty Ayres ' Dorothy Atlcins Patsy Blevins Marsha Queen Jill Jost Gracie Russell Jeanne Newman Gail Davis . Page Phi Mu Alpha Sintonia lst Row: France, Watkins, Malacara, Bradley, Wallace, Henshaw. 2nd Row: Kenney, Reynolds, Pope, Petty, Muckelroy, Thruston, Key, Hurt. 3rd Row: Devine, Totgran, McPhaul, O'Rear, Montgomery, Carrell, DuPriest, Galle. 4th Row: Mcllhaney, Wall, Sanders, Munzinger, Pounds, Fitts, Dudley, Wham, Dickson, Wagner. Phi Mu Alpha is made up of music students and students of other schools here at Tech who show apti- tude and interest in music. The activities of the chap- ter include appearances of the Phi Mu Alpha glee club on the campus of this and other colleges, singing at concerts, and an annual concert dedicated to American Don Armstrong Bill Bivens Bill Bradley Dale Boyett Ed Carrell Roger Coil Johnny Devine Leon Dudley John R. Franco John Galle Page 256 Bob Wham Rex Pope . Leon Dudley Bill Bradley Dick Watkins Johnny Gilbert James Goggan Tom Holeman Jim Johnston Bob Key Gregory Lamb Bill Lotgren Albert Malacara Johnny Matson John Montgomery OFFICERS Music. In the past, Zeta Sigma chapter has made tours to Amarillo and Waco, doing concerts and TV appear ances. The chapter has given Christmas parties at orphanages as well as having picnics, dances, and other social functions. President Vice-President . Corresponding Secretary . Recording Secretary MEMBERS Joe Muckelroy Cecil Morris Fritz Munzinger PLEDGES Bobby Brown Robert DuPriest Gilbert Finnell Earl Fitts Tim Henshaw Treasurer Larry Hurt Ray Moore Curtis O'Rear Phil Reynolds Dick Mcllhaney Jack McPhaul Jean Paul Olen Petty Rex Pope Dwight Pounds Stan Powers Charlie Sanders Tom Sanders James Thruston Les Wagner Jim Wall Jim Wallace Richard Watkins Bob Wham MEMBERS Mu Phi Epsil Oh Is'I' Row: Carfhel, Carver, Elliof, Hemmle, Higginbofham, Keifh, Magness, Ohlenbusch. 2nd Row: O'Neill, Parks, Pence, Piian, Schneider, Simpson, Skinner, Vigness, Ward. Mu Phi Epsilon is a national professional music sorority for women whose purpose is the recognition of frlendshlp The Epsilon Pi Chapter which was founded in 1952, actively supports the promotion of musical productions. Individual and group perform- ance is stressed and is accomplished through rehersals, Carolyn Brown Carol Schulfz Ca rfhel Audrey Carver Louise Devenporl' Sharon Dudley Roberfa EllioH' Glenda Harris Sandra Hemmle Jan Higinbofham Jean Pipkin . Roberfa ElIioH' . Jan Higinborham Deniese Magness Audie Carver OFFICERS Q - . . . . the glee club, recitals, and public performances. Mu Phi Epsilon brings music to all levels of Amer- ican life, as it gives financial and musical support to hospitals, the blind, a school of music for the under- priviledged in Chicago, and foreign schools. . . Presideni' . Vice-Presideni' . Corresponding Secrefary . . Recording Secrefary . . Treasurer Mary Jane van Appledorn . . Faculiy Advisor Joyce McCormick Deniese Magness Janelle Ohlenbusch Peggy O'Neill Mary Ann Parks Pafsy Pence Dorofhy Piian Jean Pipkin Sarabefh Simpson Yvonne Skinner Kafhy Veazey Rufh Vigness Amanda Ward PLEDGES Sharon Harbough Jane Ann Jones Glenda Keifh Ray Ola Schneider Page 257 American Institute ot Physics Ist Row: Copeland, Dannecker, Dunlap, Frawley, Griffin, Harrison. 2nd Row: Herring, Hover, Lockhart, Lynch, Miller, Patterson. 3rd Row: Powell, Sisk, Waddill, Whitis, Wright, Yates. The American Institute of Physics, made up of only major professional group. those majoring in physics, has as its purposes to foster Highlights of the year included speakers from prac a better understanding and spirit among its members ticing pysicists and several social functions held in the and to receive the benefits of an association with a fall and spring. OFFICERS Page 258 Glenn Blalock J. B. Copeland Stanley Dal Ray Davenport Bob Dunlap Bill Frawley Frank Griffin Clarence Ham Bob Dunlap . John Harrison Max Dannecker Orion Harrington John W. Harrison MEMBERS Glen Herring Henry Hodde Ted Hover, Jr. Kenneth D. Lockhart Max Dannecker Ray Lynch Dale Miller Donal Myrick James Nix Donald Patterson President Secretary Treasurer Margret Pereboom Sharon Powell Bill Robinson Morris Scotty R. D. Shelton William Sisk Mike Waddill Van Whitis Charles Wright Karma Yates Kappa Mu Epsilon Perel, Jones, Thompson. To be eligible for membership in Kappa Mu Epsilon, a student must have a gradepoint average of 2.50 in mathematics through calculus and a 2.00 overall aver- age. The objects of Kappa Mu Epsilon are to further the interest of mathematics, to help the undergraduate realize the importance of mathematics, to develop an appreciation for the power and beauty of mathematics, and to provide a society for the recognition of out- standing achievement in the study of mathematics in the undergraduate level. OFFICERS Jerry Thompson ...... President Stuart Jones . . Vice-President William Perel . . Faculty Sponsor MEMBERS Gerald Alldredge W lie Berry Robert Bosworth John Bruton, Jr. Eugene A. Comiskey Jerry O. Cooper Robert E. Farmer Blakely Fargason Clifford Fraser Billie Gallagher Maynard Hansen Alfred Hinson Jerry Holmes Louis Hungate Gene D. Jackson Stuart Jones James W. Killibrew Dennis Kuhler John Lamb Jerry Lester Ra Lewis Bogb Gene Lovelace CaroYD. McBiles Robert D. Meeks Eugene L. Mikolaiczyk Ashley Gordon Osborn Donald Pilkinton Thomas E. Pike Oliver Preston Richard W. Price Paul Ragland Lavern A. Reis Edgar Rust Tommy Siddens Marvin Smith William G. Sparks Jerry S. Thompson Lloyd L. Wilkins Billy Williams PLEDGES Joseph Black Robert Cardwell Carol Cummings Bobby Dunlap Robert Dyer Leonard Hale James Hopkins Jack Johnson Donald Jordan William Kell Jerry McFarland Samuel Park Gerald Seeman David Wossum Morton Zeigler Page 259 Pre-Law OFFICERS Jim Shearer ..... President Margaret Morgan . . Treasurer J. William Davis . Faculty Advisor Isl Row: Hollis, Eblen, Campbell, Ray, Shearer, Morgan, Shields, Rankin. 2nd Row: Taylor, Snell, McGough, Hudgens, Adams, Irby, Arthur. The Pre-Law Society of Texas Tech was organized law, historical, technical, and ethical. Activities for the in order that pre-law students might meet together group include lectures by various practicing lawyers, on a social and professional basis. The aims of the so- and social functions which are held during the year. ciety are to acquaint its members with all phases of Ph' Al h Th + OFFICERS John Cariker .... President Fane Downs . . Secretary-Treasurer Dr. David Vigness . . . Sponsor Isflsi' Row: Peter Snow, Jean Paul, David Vigness, Fane Downs, John Carilcer. 2nd Row: John McGraw, W. M. Pearce, L. L. Graves, Gerald Dryer. Phi Alpha Theta, national history fraternity, colo- history with a 2.00 average. nized on the Tech campus fall semester, 1956. Re- Phi Alpha Theta strives for greater understanding quirement for membership consists of I2 hours of of present day civilization through the study of history. Page 260 Horticulture Club lst Row: Edward Zulcauclcas, James Ross, Duery Menzie. 2nd Row: Charles Sudduth, Hershel Lindly, Danny Davidson. 3rd Row: Cris Easton, Dan Smith, Milton Caraway. 4th Row: Dave Bennett, Lanny Maeclgen, Keith Fortner. 5th Row. Max Blassinga me, Bill Potter. Theta Sigma Phi 'tar OFFICERS James Ross ....... President Edward Zukauckas . Sponsor The purpose of the Horticulture Club is to stim- ulate the spirit of scholarship and leadership among students of the Horticulture and Park Man- agement Department. The Club endeavors to sponsor a field trip each year. The club sponsors a Garden Club short course each year. It also sends outstanding students to Southwest Recrea- tion and Park Institute in Ardmore, Oklahoma. OFFICERS Janet Moore .... President Carol Stone . . Vice-President Joan Abel . . . . Secretary Carol Thompson . Treasurer Mrs. J. G. Allen . . Sponsor lst Row: Nita Hedleston, Carol Stone, Joan Abel. 2nd Row: Annette Austin, Mrs. Allen, Carol Thompson, Janet Moore. Theta Sigma Phi, honorary professional fraternity for women in journalism, strives to unite and better working conditions for women in the journalism field. Alpha Upsilon chapter of Theta Sigma Phi sponsors Club Scarlet, a mock night club, each year highlight- ing the election of Techis Most Handsome Man. Other events sponsored by the group are a Matrix Table Banquet and various projects to further the interests of Women in journalism. Page 26I Page 262 School of Business Aclminis+ra+ion Weiss REGINALD RUSHING T. F. WIESEN Accoun+ing and Finance Economics F. L. MIZE W. R. PASEWARK Managemeni' Business Educafion and Secrefarial Adminisfrafion The school of Business Administration seeks to prepare students through professional and class- room education for employment in business and industry. All students are required to study cer- tain business and economic subjects which are con- sidered basic to the preparation for entrance into business employment. In addition, each student is expected to complete a program of major and allied subjects which will result in his being espe- cially employable in some particular field. J. A. RYAN Marke+ing G. G. HEATHER Dean of Business Adminisirafion .fa- Page 263 Phi Gamma Nu l Isi' Row: Fulwiller, Warfes, Hennings, Morrow, Hill, Chappell. Zncl Row: Begey, Hollingsworth, McDaniel, Seay, Kenley, Ewing. Phi Gamma Nu is a national professional and hon- The objects of Phi Gamma Nu are to bind the mem orary sorority in Business Administration. Members bers into closer friendship and loyalty to one another must be business majors who have completed a mini- to promote a standard of high scholarship to encour mum of six hours, in commerce and have achieved a age participation in school activities. 1.50 grade point average. Jacqueline Fulwiler Sue Shugari . Nancy Morrow . Jean Hennings . Claude++e Hill . CharloHe Ewing OFFICERS Page 264 Kay Aclcer Yvonne Anderson Shirley Carfwrighr Linda Chappell Jacqueline Fulwiler MEMBERS ErneH'e Geberf Jean Hennings ClaucleH'e Hill Yvonne MiH's Nancy Morrow . President Vice-President . Secrefa ry . Treasurer Pledge Trainer . Sponsor Janice Newsom Louise Rather Sue Shugari' Beverly War'I'es Evelyn Whiffenburg Delta Sigma Pi JUDY ECKLUND ROSE OF DELTA SIGMA PI Delta Sigma Pi is an international professional fra- ternity for Business Administration men. Delta Sig fosters the study of business in universities, high schol- arship, a complete social program, and the usual bene- fits of fraternal life. Professional activities include the Business Careers Conference, Town Hall, Movies, Charles Allen Grady Allen Hal Anenburg Blalre Baugh John Buchanan William G. Burleson Royce W. Chapman Jim Childs Bill Ewan Bob D. Fenley Speaker, out-of-town tours, and other activities that bring members closer to businesses and businessmen in West Texas. Socially, the fraternity has four major dances each year, and the highlight of the year is the crowning of the "Rose of Delta Sigma Pin at the an nual Presentation Dance. Edmund Muntord OFFICERS Don Ledwig . ..... President Kent North . . Senior Vice-President Charles Allen . Junior Vice-President Bill Ewan ....... Secretary Harold Wright .... . Treasurer MEMBERS Bill Feuerbacher Don Ledwig Ed Golden Bruce Lolcey Kent North Ray Gressett Gerald Guerrieri R. A. Harris Edward D. Hayden Richard Holcomb James Hooker Douglas Klingman Hal Knight Charley Lynch Bob Lynch Sandy Lynch Buell B. Martin Bobby L. McDonald Leon McNeese Bill Mitchell Watson Moore Don Oatman Gene A. O'DeII Paul Ortoslcy William Ptluger Charles Raclcley Don Reynolds Odie Ri py Bill Sancly Bernard Scott Rolly Seawell Jimmy Spencer Jack Tice Jim Tinsley Bill White Bill Wright Harold Wright Royce L. Wooley Page 265 Pi Omega Pi Is'I' Row: Anderson, Apple, Bell. 2nd Row: Black, Hennings, Seeliger, Sheveland. Gamma Xi chapter of Pi Omega Pi on the Tech campus represents one portion of the national honor- ary business fraternity for undergraduates. The goals toward which it strives are to create and encourage interest in scholarship, to promote the ideal of civic betterment through good citizenship, to encourage high ethical standards in business and professional life, and to teach the ideal of service as the basis of worthy enterprise. Pi Omega Pi members on this campus have begun preparing for their profession by conducting shorthand labs at the end of each semester. These labs are for the benefit of all students enrolled in beginning, inter- mediate, or advanced classes. OFFICERS Carolyn Black ...... President Paula Bell . . . . Vice-President Yvonne Anderson . . Secretary-Treasurer Jean Hennings .... Reporter-Historian Dr. William R. Pasewark .... Sponsor MEMBERS Yvonne Anderson Paula Bell Sharon Seeliger Monifa Apple Carolyn Black Sara Sheveland Jean Hennings Page 266 ech Accounting Society lst Row: Rushing, Reynolds, Holcomb, House, Hooker, Moore, Evans, Bailey. 2nd Row: Ratlitf, Munker, Alderson, Watson, Neef, Clark, Andres, Milstead. The Tech Accounting Society was formed to bring together students of accounting in order that they might benefit professionally and socially. Professional benefits include talks by leading speakers each month and an annual luncheon with the Lubbock Chapter of the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants. Bobby Alderson John Banks B. Blake Baugh Don H. Bell Ed Black Jack L. Boggess Alvin Chapman Ronald E. Dowell Norman Dreyer James Hooker . Jerry Neet . Joan Kelly . Melvin Andres . L. W. Evans Edward Foster, Jr. Richard Hatton Sue Horton Clarence House Hamilton Jenkin, Jr. Jimmie R. Jennings Arthur S. Johnson OFFICERS MEMBERS Social highlights of TAS include dances and picnics. Through its professional and social functions, the Tech Accounting Society helps bring together students of accounting and practicing public and private ac- countants in order to reach a more thorough under- standing of the problems and aims of Tech. . . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . . Reporter Lou Ann McKinnon John R. Michener Nelson Milstead Watson Moore Doyle Munkres Gene O'DelI A. E. Plummer Charles Rackley Glenn Reynolds Glenn R. Rosson Earl D. Rusk Glena Speer Jay D. Thomas Billy Turner Bob Veretto James M. Watson Page 267 ech Aclverlising Club The Tech Ad Club is composed of students majoring objectives are to better acquaint the members with the in advertising or advertising art. The group is now types of advertising media, and to further their knowl petitioning for membership in Alpha Delta Sigma. Its edge of advertising. OFFICERS Jim WaHs . ..... Presideni' Bill Webb . . Vice-Presidenf Paul Phillips . Secreiary Phil Orman . . Treasurer Page 268 Van Dean Brookshire Ronald Burrus Travis Cupp Billy Day Bill Everheari' Charles Fleming Doyle Herring Howard Humphrey MEMBERS Roy Lemons Richard Lowfher Earl McCu+cheon Jerry Marlin Bob Miller Phil Orman Tom Pe'Hy Paul Phillips Bob Pool Tom Roberfson Clinl' Smi+h Truman Smifh Bill Wa'I'lcins Jim WaH's Bill Webb Sigma Iota Epsilon Sigma Iota Epsilon was founded Ianuary 1927, at the University of Illinois. Co-founding chapters were at Syracuse University and the SIE was formed for the purpose of promoting and en- couraging the study of management, and of fostering a professional spirit among the Charles P. Allen Robert E. Brown Thomas Cook William G. Cain C. Burl Hubbard Ist Row: Brown, Cain, Dodson, Hubbard. 2nd Row: Mize, Sheats, Short, Smith, Wright. ment. University of Texas. students of manage- OFFICERS Clyde D. Wright ..... President Robert E. Brown . . Vice-President C. Bur! Hubbard . . Secretary-Treasurer F. L. Mize . . . . Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Billy J. Dodson Edward Hayden Don Reynolds FACU LTY MEMBERS Louise Luchsinger Members must have completed at least three hours and have six hours current enrollment in management, with a minimum grade point average of 2.00 in these courses, and an overall 2.00 grade point average, and have an active interest in the study of management. Ladon Sheats Donald Smith Clyde D. Wright F. L. Mize Robert B. Reedy Page 269 School of Engineering NOLAN E. BARRICK J. H. MURDOUGH C. V. BULLEN Archifecfure and Allied Ar+s Civil Engineering Elecirical Engineering L. J. POWERS W. L. DUCKER R. K. FLEGE Mechanical Engineering Pefroleum Engineering Texfile Engineering Page 270 The aim of the School of Engineering is to give stu- dents a thorough knowledge of the fundamentals of all engineering work with specialization in one partic- ular line only to the extent that experience appears to demand as a minimum. The course of study is planned with the view of giving the student basic training which he can not get after graduation, leaving a large part of his specializa- tion to his later professional employment. Experience JOHN R. BRADFORD Dean of Engineering has shown this type of training to produce the most successful engineers. The fundamental training of the engineer includes a knowledge of pure science, as well as its application to the various specialized fields. As an aid to the de- velopment of scientific attitude, engineering instruction emphasizes honesty, loyalty, thoroughness, and in- dustry. Page 27l Gargoyle Society lst Row: Nancy Nelson, Beverly Jennings, Kay Harrison, Sammae Welch, Claudine Williamson, Rosemary Byars. 2nd Row: Fred Gritfin, R. D. James, Virginia Mahaley, Truman Smith, Curtis Atterberry. 3rd Row: Joe James, Thomas Mosley, Dan Pavillard, Max Chapman. ments. Highlight of the Gargoyle social year was their "Something Cool-A Dance in Stereophonic Sound" held in the Fall. The Gargoyle Society, open to all persons registered either in architecture or allied arts, has as its purpose to further the cooperation and fellowship between these students and to improve the relations between the students of the architecture and allied arts depart- OFFICERS Dale James ....... President Kay Harrison . . Vice-President Beverly Jennings . . . . Secretary Virginia Mahaley . . Program Chairman MEMBERS John Alford Maris Durham Joe James Nancy Nelson Truman Smith Curtis Atteberry Don Dye Beverly Jennings Steve Oles Leslie Thompson Dan Brown Bill Fowler J. Jones Fred Pace Kenneth Town Rosemary Byars Bob Hohllce David Karppe Richard Parlcman Beverly Trawiclc Ed Caldwell Fred Gritfin Royce Key Dan Pavillard John Vaden John Carson Max Chapman Jim Coble Joe Conaway Bill Conley Marsha Dowdy Page 272 Mary Hanson Kay Harrison Jerry Hill Dave Hodges Edna Houghto R. D. James D Jesse Leiia Kenneth Magill Virginia Mahaley Kenneth McWaters Elaine Moore Thomas Mosley Norris Rumsey Donald Rutledge Pat Saunders Nanc Scuddy Pat Shilcutt Don Spaulding Mary Weaver Beth White Joy Womack Claudine Williamson American lnsiiiufe of Petroleum Engineers Isl' Row: Miller, Kimbrough, Ewing, Herrin, Jackson, .Mikolaiczyk. 2nd Row: Caldwell, Cawlfield, Hargrave, Breining, Gallagher, Nickell, Zeigler. 3rd Row: Smifh, Whitaker, Meeks, Kaufman, Miller. The Petroleum Branch of the American Institute of functional purpose. Mining and Metallurgical Engineering seeks to further All students of petroleum engineering are eligible. the student's knowledge of the petroleum industry, Activities include guest speakers from the petroleum and to acquaint him with the petroleum engineer's industry, representative activities, and social meetings. OFFICERS James Kimbrow ...... President Jeral Jackson . . Vice-President Marshall Ewing . . Treasurer Page 273 Eta Kappa Nu Isi' Row: Carol D. McBiles, Don C. Pilkinfon, Jerry D. Holmes, Roberi' E. Cardwell, William F. Kelly, Roberf D. Meeks, Laddie Brosfa, Dave Denfon. 2nd Row: William Jenkins, Jr., Floyd A. Dixon, James R. Hopkins, Jack B. Johnson, Donald E. Schmifi, Roberf A. Meadows. Eta Kappa Nu is a member of the Association of attainments in college or in practice, manifest excep- College Honor Societies. It is a national electrical tional interest and marked ability in electrical engi- engineering honor society founded at the University neering. of Illinois, October 28, 1904. Gamma Nu Chapter was chartered at Texas Tech Its purpose is to promote closer cooperation among in April, 1956, the fifty-ninth collegiate chapter. students and others in the profession, who by their OFFICERS Lynn Elliofi- . ..... Presidenf Dave Denfon . Vice-Presideni Bob Meeks . . Secreiary Don Pilkinfon . Treasurer Page 274 if Qs .wif mn-- W? Mmm air W, gg Q Y , Tau Beta Pi lst Row: Gatlin, Hestand, Hoplcins, Hialmer, Love, Kimbrow, Warren, Marlmion. 2nd Row: Sheen, Peterson, Graley, Talbott, Jones, Barnard, Osborn, Milcolaiczyk. 3rd Row: Miller, Wilkins, Seemann, Staggs, Pinson, Watts, Kranz, Holliman. 4th Row: Williams, Doggett, Dixon, Beddingtield, Zeigler, Gallagher, Hansen, Berry. The major tangible objective of Tau Beta Pi, Na- tional Engineering Honor Society, is the granting of fellowships to selected members to enable them to engage in advanced studies. Tau Beta Pi encourages entering students to set their goals high. Eligible students for the Texas Beta Chapter are the upper one-fifth of the senior and the upper one-eighth of the junior male engineering students. From this group, those students possessing outstanding personal characteristics and capacity for leadership are elected by the present members. OFFICERS James W. Kimbrow Walter D. Warren . William D. Love . William D. Hialmer Wylie E. Berry . . . . President . . . Vice-President . Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary . . Cataloger Page 276 James Barnard Jerry Bedingfield Wylie Berry A. W. Boatright John Bruton John Doggett James Doherty Don Duenlcel Lynn Elliott Jerry Graley Billie Gallagher MEMBERS Herbert Gatlin Maynard Hansen Don Hay Jimmy Hestand William Hialmer Stuart Jones James Kimbrow Ray Lewis William Love Don McBiles Robert Meelcs Eugene Miller Gordon Osborn Don Pillcinton Richard Price Tom Siddens Marvin Smith Sidney Tolbert David Warren Robert Weaver Lloyd Willcins Billy Williams AIEE-IRE Isi' Row: Rollins, Moore, Rogers, Hayworth, Hollabaugh, Gilbert, Gaflin. 2nd Row: Thomas, Holmes, Hopkins, Holt, McKimmey, Johnson, Sfrafher, Lanfair. 3rd Row: NeHle'I'on, B. L. McGough, B. J. McGough, Tuclcer, Daneer, Jenlcins, Boafrighi, Jones, Stewart, McClanhan. The Texas Tech Student Branch AIEE-IRE is spon- sored jointly by two national organizations, the Ameri- can Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers, Inc. The purpose of the student branch is the disemina- phases of electrical engineering and other allied fields, OFFICERS Dave Denton . . . Adron Hall . Bob Hopkins Don Thomas Jerry Holmes . Tom Sfenis . . Charles Houston . as Well as the furtherance of the professional develop- ment of the student. The organization serves to present proper perspective of engineering Work and the opportunity to become acquainted with personnel and activities of the national tion of knowledge of the theory and practice of all organization. . Chairman Vice-Chairman AIEE Secretary IRE Secre+ary . Treasurer AIEE Sponsor IRE Sponsor Page 277 Pi Epsilon Tau Pi Epsilon Tau fosters a closer bond between its members and the petroleum industry to broaden the scope of the activities of its members, and to maintain the high ideals and the standards of the engineering profession. A national honorary fraternity for Petroleum Engi- neers, the local Chapter of Pi Epsilon Tau consists of Page 278 students ol the junior and senior classes who meet the requirements as specified by the national constitution and who have an overall grade-point average of 1.5. The year's activities include a meeting once a month with a guest speaker from the petroleum industry and two banquets at which the fall and spring pledges are honored. OFFICERS Jerry Graley .... . President Billie Gallagher . . Vice-President' Charles Black . . . . Vice-President Eugene Mikolaiczyk . . Secretary-Treasurer Alpha Pi Mu Isl' Row: MacKenzie, Cecil, Triggs, Richards, Young, Hill. 2nd Row: Green, Mize, Cooper McClellan, Myriclc. Alpha Pi Mu was founded in Ianuary l949 at Georgia Tech for the purpose of conferring recognition upon those students who had shown exceptional aca- demic interests and abilities in the Industrial Engi- neering field. lt strives to advance interest in industrial engineer- ing education and to unify the student body of the Industrial Engineering Department in presenting its needs and ideals to the faculty. The Texas Tech Chapter of Alpha Pi Mu partici- pates in and encourages several student activities and organizations related to industrial engineering. Among these are the Engineering Show, the Times and Motions departmental newspaper, and AIIE. American Society of Chemical Engineers Stuari' Jones, Rep. fo Engr. Soc.: Jim Barnard, Publicity: Sheldon Cunningham, Sec.: Gene Comiskey, Treas.: Maynard Hansen, V.-Pres.: Gary E. Frashier, Pres. Page 279 OFFICERS Waldo Cecil .... President Gerald Hill . . Treasurer H. l. MacKenzie . Sponsor HOME ECONGMICS ES fi? . wg- , 4 . K 'Ii ARNE W. RANDALL ELMER M. KNOWLES Applied Aris Child Developmeni' and Family Relafions Page 280 12i, :. ' ais'ffsgg5?1:35,, 5 GENE SHELDEN MINA W. LAMB Cloihing and Texfiles Food and Nuirifion R . Courses in Home Economics are planned to con- tribute to the liberal education of individuals, to provide learning experiences directed specifically toward the development of individuals, and to offer opportunity for individuals to prepare them- selves for positions in home economics. The offerings in home economics are designed to serve both men and women who plan to Work toward such a degree, those who wish training either for homemaking or for supplementing their degrees, or those who are out of school. The Tech School of Home Economics is recog- nized as being one of the finest in the Southwest, and has an enrollment of over four hundred stu- dents. VIVIAN J. ADAMS Home Economics Education WILLA VAUGHN TINSLEY Dean of Home Economics Page 28l Phi Upsilon Cmicron Ist Row: Diane Box, Meredith Brooks, Pat Curry, Maynette Derr, Sandra Dudley, Sammie Fowler. 2nd Row: Billie Sue Gregory, Mary Alice Kenney, Radora Massey, Carolyn Reynolds, Betty Smith, Janet Vines. The activities of Phi Upsilon Omicron, national honorary fraternity for Home Economics, give meaning to its stated purposes . . . "to strengthen bonds of friendship, to promote the moral and intellectual de- velopment of its members, and to advance and promote Home Economics .... U Members who are selected on the basis of scholarship and leadership, carry out pro- fessional activities of the club, contribute to the Phi U Scholarship, and support local welfare and alumni projects. OFFICERS Carolyn Reynolds . Sammie Fowler . Betty Smith . . Sandra Dudley . Maynette Derr . . . . . President . . Vice-President Corresponding Secretary . Recording Secretary . . . Treasurer Page 282 ll Diane Box Meredith Brooks Pat Curry Maynette Derr Sandra Dudley MEMBERS Sammie Fowler Billie Sue Gregory Mary Alice Kenney Radora Massey Evelyn Maxey Sylvia McAden Cora Jean McMurtry Carolyn Reynolds Betty Smith Janet Vines Home Economics Club Isl' Row: Barbara Barlcley, Deann Buslce, Kay Cole, Elvera Duerlcsen, Virginia Fosler. 2ncl Row: Cora Jean McMurl'ry, Jean Schephers, Sandra Srandefer, Rurh Ann Sirain, Karhy While. Among the activities of the Home Economics Club The Home Economics Club was organized at Tech in are an annual Fall Banquet, A spring Picnic, and a 1925. Its aims are to promote friendship, to develop Christmas party with the Aggie Club. In the spring, a professional attitude toward Home Economics, and this organization sponsors an annual HE Open House. to promote interest in the field. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB COUNCIL Barbara Barkley . Deann Buslce . . Kay Cole . . Sandra Dudley . Elvera Duerlcsen . Virginia Fos'I'er . Sammie Fowler . Billie Sue Gregory . Radora Massey . Cora Jean McMur+ry Jean Schephers . BeHy Smifh . . Sandra Sfandefer Ru+h Ann S'l'rain Kathy While . Marlha While . Miss Billie Wolfe . Sophomore Represeniafive . . . Vice-Presidenl' Freshman Represen'l'al'ive . . . . Secre'l'ary . Junior Represenfa'I'ive . . . Hisiorian . . . Treasurer . . . Song Leader . Senior Represenfafive . AWS Represenfafive . Social Chairman . . Presidenl' . . . . Pia nis'I' . . . . Publiciry Money-Malcing Chairman . . . . Publicify . Sponsor Page 283 Page 284 Dance Talk cops ouf of 'I'icke+s Some of us run races . . . Busy Techsans fix.. , , ,W-W" as--"" and pui' on exfravagani' producfions The mail goes fhrough Even if fhe cars don'+ puf up wi+h Hue snow, V ' e at fqg 5 - W3 ' -- ?'f- 1 " V' We I 5 . y ef qgeyifffeesesw -, i'22 M ' ,. . 5 i V J y , And somefimes fhe gals don'+ eiH1er. m Page 286 Home Ec oFFers pracfical frainingl Whaf, me worry? Aboui' Geology? in 'rhe midsi' Bebe, remember +o +urn oFF 1'he air compressor Try +l'1e microscope. of all classes No coffee break for flue wiclcecl. Bul' will il' fly? Page 287 a n d Page 288 some of us ius+ si+ or fly ki+es DIVISION VII A " PASO POR AQUI - THE RED RAIDER The Texas Technological College Red Raider slands as a symbol of 'lhe 250,000 sfudenis who have passed 'lhrough fhe academic porlals of lhe College since ifs doors 'lirsl' opened in I925. Even as did fheir predecessors-+he Spanish Explorer, +he Indian Nomad, fhe American Cavalryman. lhe Buffalo Hunler, l'he Rancher, and fhe Dry-land farmer-each sfudenf who passed fhis way has left some+hing of his person- aliiy and made his marlr upon 'Phe characier of 'lhis College. All in 'lheir way conl'ri'bu'led fo malzing Texas Technological College a greaf insfifufion of higher learning. ,I Y NK .l i Senior Favorifes ancl Officers ..... Senior Class ................... Junior Favorifes ancl Officers ..... Junior Class .......,.......... Sophomore Favorifes ancl Officers. Sophomore Class .............. Freshman Favorifes and Officers Freshman Class ............... 290-29 I 292-34 I 342-343 344-360 362-363 364-384 386-387 .388-4I7 1? Lines, Lines, Lines Page 289 Liz Wilson Ja SENIOR FAVGRITES Don Gray Pai' Curry Dean Rea Do'Hie Sue Horchem Vice-Presidenf Secrefary Presidenf AWS Represenfafive SENICR CDFFICERS Page 29I Dan M. A'I'kinson, Lubbock: B.S. in Agricullure, Alpha Tau Omega, D.l. Club Jerry Lee Aker, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Finance Jack H. Alberf, San Angelo: B.S. in Geology, Geology Club. Bobby Lee Alderson, E+. Worlh: B.B.A. in Accounling Donald Ray Alexander, Borger: B.S. in Geology, Geology Club, Alpha Tau Omega. Gerald Palmer Alldredge, Dimmill: B.A. in Physics, Sig- ma Pi Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, American lnslilule of Physics Carrol M. Allen, Lubbock: B.S. in E. Engineering Charles Allen, Jourdanlon: B.B.A. in Personnel Manage- men+, Delia Sigma Pi, Circle K SENICJRS Page 292 Suzanne AbboH', Lubbock: B.A. in Spanish, Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Lambda Della Donna Carolyn Abraham, Canadian: B.S. in Educarion, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Morlar Board, Soph. Class Sec. Barbara Ann Adams, Lubbock: B.S. in Educalion Gerald Richard Adams, Pampa: B.S. in Pelroleum Geol- ogy, Vel Club, Pi Kappa Alpha, Der Liederkraniz James Ray Adams, Sinlor: B.S. in Agricul+ure John G. Adams, Jr., Maryneal: B.S. in Ag. Engineering, ASAE, Tech Eng. Soc. Grady Woodfin Allen, Lubbock: B.B.A. in lnduslrial Man- agemenl, Della Sigma Pi Sam Housfon Allred, Lubbock: B.A. in Pafhology, Kappa Kappa Psi, Alpha Tau Omega Joe Thomas Amason, Jr., Sweelwaler: B.S. Ed Alberf Anderson, Lubbock: B.S. in Mechanical Engi- neering, ASME Elizabefh Anderson, Lubbock: M.S. in Home Ec. Melvin Earl Andres, Albany: B.B.A. in Accounling, Tech Accounling Sociely, Honor Roll Harold Anenberg, Brooklyn, New York: B.B.A. in lndus- irial Managemeni, Delia Sigma Pi, Tech Vers, Tech Rifle Club Broxie Smifh Anfhony, Ralls: B.S. in Home Economics Mark An'l'hony, Ralls: B.S. in Music, Tech Band Donald J. Arms'I'rong, Amarillo: Bach. of Music, Phi Mu Alpha, Tech Choir, Madrigal Singers William G, Arms'I'rong, Hadley: B.B.A. in Finance, Pi Kappa Alpha: Freshman Counci Nancy Gail Arnn, Goodland: B.B.A. in Business Educa- iion, Wesley Foundaiion, FTA, Wesley Players Jim Rex Ball, WickeH: B.A. in Malh., A.l.l.E., Tech Vers, T.A.G.S. BeH'y Joe Ballard, Brownwood: M.S. in Chemisiry Roberi' L. Ballinger, Jr., Dallas: B.S. in Mechanical Engi- neering, A.S.M.E., Engineering Socieiy Franklin Barganier, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Accouniing Louis Burkhol'l'er Barkley, Midland: B.A. in Chemisiry, B.S.U., Phi Eia Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delia James Lawrence Barnard, Amarillo: B.S. in Chemical En- gineering, Tau Beia Pi, A.l.Ch.E., Engineering Sociely Carr H. BarneHe, Lubbock: B.S. in Pelroleum Geology. Sigma Gamma Epsilon, lpres.l, Geology Club Fred Oscar Barney, Jr., Smiihiield: B.S. in Agriculiure Billy Edwin Barr, Clyde: B.B.A. in lndusirial Managemeni Bobby J. Ash, Wichiia Falls: B.B.A. in lnclusirial Manage- meni, Rodeo Assn. Jim Tom Asimoes lGrad.l, Clovis, New Mexico: M.A. in Economics David Eugene Alwood, Cleburne: B.S. in lnduslrial Engi- neering, Alpha Tau Omega, AIIE, Saddle Tramps Don Avery, Whiiharral: B.S. in Agricullural Economics, Kappa Sigma, Tech Vels, Circle K James F. Babb, Abilene: B.S. in Peiroleum Geology, Della Tau Delia, Geology Club, Alpha Phi Omega John B. Baccus, Jr., Anlon: B.S. in Agricullure, Dairy ln- dusiry Club, Aggie Club, Tech Band Curfis Rex Bailey, Lubbock: B.S. in Mechanical Engineer- ing, ASME John L. Bailey, Brownfield: B.A. in Accounling, Tech Ac- couniing Socieiy Charles Clark Bea'Hy, Dallas: B.S. in E.E., Phi Gamma Della, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. James Becfon, Levelland: B.S. in Agriculiure, E.F.A., Aggie Club LaVerne Bedford, Lubbock: B.B.A. in lvlarkeiing, Tech Vels Samuel Gerald Bedingfield, Garland: B.S. in Elecirical Engineering, A.I.E.E.-l.R.E., Tau Bela Phi, Scabbard 84 Blade Don Hershel Bell, Hale Cenler: B.B.A. in Accouniing, Tech Accounling Sociely, Army ROTC Charles Benge, Sanla Anna: B.B.A. in Finance, Tech Veis Mariha L. Benn, Abernaihy: B.S. in Home Economics, Home Economics Club, Wesley Players, Wesley Founda- lion David Wayne BenneH, Abilene: B.S. in Agriculiure, Horii- culfure Club, Alpha Zeia SENIORS Page 294 Dennis A. Baskin, Borger: B.S. in Peiroleum Geology, Geology Club Bobbie Blake Baugh, Sweeiwaier: B.B.A. in Accouniing, Della Sigma Pi Charles Wrigh+ Baumgardner, lraan: BS. in Geology, Vels Club, Geology Club, Circle K Tommy Ray Brawley, Liillelield: B.S. in Geology, Kappa Sigma Lyall Milfon Baze, Jr., Democrat B.S. in lndusfrial Engi- neering, Alpha Tau Omega, A.l.E,E. Merwyn Earl Bean, Burkburneii: B.A. in English, Phi Gamma Delia, Tech Cheerleader :Pafrick H. BenneH', Paducah: B.A. in Engineering, Sigma Tau Della, Pres. William Clinfon BenneH, Abilene: B.B.A. in Markeiing Janice Yvonne Benson, Clarendon: B.A. in Applied Aris. Zela Tau Alpha William E. Ben+on, Odessa: B.S. in Indusirial Engineering Wylie E. Berry, Tulia: B.S. in Engineering, A.S.M.E., Tau Bela Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon Joan Befhany, Lubbock: B.S. in Educaiion, A.W.S., F.T.A., Town Girls Charles Payne Bevill, Clarksville: B.S. in Geology, Sigma Nu, Geology Club Kennelh Billinglon, Tulia: B.S. in Agricullure, Aggie Club, Engineering Sociely, A.S.A.E. Leon Dale Bippus, Amarillo: B.S. in Chemical Engineer- ing, Sigma Nu, A.l.A.E., Engineering Sociely Lucinda Birlciel lGrad.l, Levelland: M.A. in English, Kappa Kappa Gamma, lPres.l, Phi Kappa Phi, Maior- elle Jack B. Bishop, Brownwood: Bachelor ol Archileclure, A.l.A. Charles Roberl Black, Abilene: B.S. in Pelroleum Engi- neering Bobbie Blocker, Lubbock: B.S. in Physical Educalion, Mai- or-Minor Club, lPres.l, Morlar Board, Alpha Lambda Della James Lewis Blumenlrill, lraan: B.S. in lnduslrial Engi- neering, A.I.E.E., Saddle Tramps A. W. Boalrighl, El. Worlh: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineer- ing, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E., Tau Bela Pi, Ela Kappa Nu A. W. Boalrighl, El. Worlh: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineer- ing Jack L. Boggess, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Accounling, Phi Gamma Della, Sludenl Council, Saddle Tramps Shirley Jean Bollen, Borger: B.A. in English, Tech Choir, Sigma Tau Della Alan Phillip Borger, San Angelo: B.S. in Chemislry John C. Boren, Posl: B.S. in Agricullure Dennis A. Boskin, John Ray Black, Denver Cily: B.B.A. in lnduslrial Man- agemenl Janel Sue Blackburn, Borger: B.S. in I-lome Economics Jack Nalor Blacks+ock, Lubbock: Bachelor ol Archileclure Wayland Lee Blackslock, Roscoe: B.S. ol Agricullure, l-lorlicullure Club, Aggie Club Freddie Dee Blake, VVelch: B.B.A. in Accounling, Phi Kappa Psi, Tech Accounling Sociely, Sabre Flighl Glenn R. Blake, Lubbock: B.S. in Agricullure, E.E.A., Ag- gie Club, Alpha Zela W. J. Blake, Lubbock: B.B.A. in lnduslrial Managemenl Max E. Blassingame, Wichila Ealls, B.S. in Park Manage- menl, Sabre Elighl, Horlicullure Club, R.O.T.C. Jesse Kennefh Bradberry, Bronleg B.B.A. in Finance Jerre Don Bradshaw, Lubbock: Bachelor of Archiieclure, B.S.U., A.I.A. Charles Ronald Branfner, Jaylon: B.S. in Agricullural En- gineering, Aggie Club Roberf Alberl' Brashear, Kermiig B.B.A. Alice Jane Breedlove, Lubbock, B.A. 84 B.S. in Chemisiry, Pre-Med Club Berryman McCade Breining, Leiors: B.S. in Perroleum En- gineering, Pi Epsilon Tau, A.l.M.E., Engineering Sociely Rudolph A. Brenn, Albuquerque, N.lv1.: B.A. in Govern- men? Mary Ru'I'h Brice, Sherman: B.A. in Bacleriology, Spanish Club, Pre-Med Club, Biology Club SENIGRS Roberl' F. Bosworlh, Wellinglon, Kansas: B.S. in Mechan- ical Engineering, A.S.M.E., Engineering Sociely, Phi Eia Sigma Bobby Dwighl Boyd, lclalou: B.B.A. in Office Manage- menl, Tech Choir Roy Weaver Boyd, Lubbock: B.B.A. in lnduslrial Man- agemenl, Phi Gamma Della, Cheney Cup, Wesley Foun- daiion Sally Dawn Boyd, Amarillo: B.S. in Educalion, F.T.A. William Boyd, Amarillo: B.B.A. in Finance, Phi Delia Thela Dianne Box, Nixon: B.S. in l-lome Economics W Shirley A. Bridges, Roiang B.S. in Eclucaiion, Alpha Phi, F.T.A., Sigma Tau Delia Vance M. Bridges, Fl. Worlh: B.S. in Pelroleum Engineer- ing, A.I.lv1.E., Kappa Sigma Bill J. Brisfol, Plainview: B.S. in Chemisiry, Phi Gamma Delia, American Chemical Socieiy Jacquelyn C. Brooks, Pl. Worlh: B.S. in Home Economics, Della Gamma, Moriar Board Van Dean Brookshire, Posh B.B.A. in Adverlising Ladimir Brosfa, Cleveland, Ohio: B.S. in Elecirical Engi- neering, A.l.E.E.-I.R.E., Eia Kappa Nu, Tau Be'l'a Pi Arnold M. Brown, Nolan: B.S. in Agricullure Be'l+y Sue Brown, Sylvesler: B.S. in Educalion Don Mayard Brown, Coleman: B.S. in Agricullure, Tech Vels, Dairy lncluslry Club 1 Dan W. Brown, Coleman: B.A. in Pelroleum Geology, Spanish Club, Tech Vels F. G. Brown, Vick: B.S. in Agricullure, Block 84 Bridle Club, Aggie Club, Jr. Liveslock Judging Team Garland DeWayne Brown, Dimmil: B.B.A. in Finance. Rodeo Associalion Mary Bealrice Brumme'l', Borger: B.S. in Educalion, Alpha Chi Omega John Brul'on, Jr., Colorado Cily: B.S. in Chemical Engi- neering, American Sociely of Chemical Engineers, Tau Bela Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon Boyce Ardell Bryan, Rails: B.S. in Agricullure, Aggie Club, Agronomy Club William Aubrey Bryans, New Braunfels: B.A. in Geology John T. Buchanan, Sweelrwaler: B.B.A. in lvlarkeling, Della Sigma Pi John Frank Bush, Jr., Arlinglon: B.B.A. Zella Jo Byrd, Fabens: B.S. in Educalion, Alpha Chi Omega, Newman Club, N.S.E.A. Wesley Jackson Cagle, Plainview: B.S. in Agricullure, A.S.A.E., lPres.l, Aggie Club, Tech Vels Joseph Clin+on Caldwell, Marquez: B.S. in Pelroleum En- gineering, A.l.M.E. Helen lrene Brown, Lubbock: B.S. in Educalion Paul Newlon Brown, lvlcCamey: B.S. in Physical Educa- lion, Mens P.E. Club, lPres.l 'Peggy Brown, Levelland: B.S. in Educalion, Kappa Kappa Gamma Rob A. Brown, Throckmorlon: BS. in Agricullure, Soph. Class Pres., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Jr. Xe Sr. Liveslock Judging Roberl' Edward Brown, San Angelo: B.B.A. in lnduslrial lvlanagemenl, lvice pres.l, Sigma lola Epsilon Ted Brown, Dublin: B.S. in Agricullural Engineering. A.S.A.E., Engineering Sociely Francis Keilh Brownlow, Kenedy: B.B.A. in Finance H. C. Brumlow, Fl. Worlh: B.S. in Agricullure Lynn Edward Campbell, Enoch: B.S. in Agriculrure, Aggie Club, Agronomy Club James Ervin Cannon, Mexia: B.B.A. in lnduslrial Manage- rnenl, Phi Tau Della John Roberl' Cariker, Dallas: B.S. in Educalion, Phi Alpha Thela, E.T.A., Tech Vels Sue Jo Carnhan, Lubbock: B.S. in Speech Jimmie Carpen+er, Lazbuddie: B.S. in Home Economics. F.T.A., Home Economics Club Julian B. Carrufh, Tulia: B.S. in Elecrrical Engineering, A.I.E.E.-l.R.E. Charles Cleverland Carr, Vilallace, N.C.: B.S. in Chemical Engineering, A.S.C.E. Sidney Miller Carroll, Dallas: B.B.A. in Accounling, Sigma Xi, Circle K, Tech Accounring Sociery SENIGRS Page 298 Larry Sfephen Calverly, Garden Ciry: B.S. in Perroleum Enginering, A.I.M.E., Engineering Sociely Theora Calverley, Garden Cily: B,S. in Educalion, Kappa Alpha Thela, Rodeo Club, F.T.A. Carolyn Calverf, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Secrerarial Adminis- lralion, Kappa Kappa Gamma, lPres.l Phi Gamma Nu, B.S.O. Dennis Lee Calverr, Lubbock: B.S. in Educalion, Phi Della Thela, Double T William B. Calver'l', Lubbock: B.S. in Pelroleum Engineer ing, A.l.M.E., Engineering Sociely Karen Gail Campbell, Clovis, N.M.: B.A. in Sociology, Kappa Kappa Gamma John Milfon Carson, El Paso: Bachelor of Archirecrure, A.l.A. Carol Marie Carfhel, Amarillo: Bachelor of Music, Tech Choir, Mu Phi Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Della Teddy Car+hel, Lockney: B.S. in Agricullure, Phi Della Thela, Agronomy Club, Saddle Tramps Audrey Eileen Carver, Lubbock: Bachelor ol Music, Mu Phi Epsilon, Tech Choir, Wesley Eoundalion Dwighi' Herberl' Carver, Lubbock: B.S. in Elecrrical Engi- neering, K.T.T.C., A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. Shirley HamleH Cary, Kermirp B.A. in English, Pi Bela Phi, Alpha Lambda Della, Junior Council John Carroll Casbeer, Lampasas: B.B.A. in lnduslrial Man- agemenl' Douglas MerriH' Cave, Garrell: B.S. in Eleclrical Engi- neering, A.l.E.E. Roberl' M. CaveH', Clovis, N.M.: BS. in Chemical Engi- neering, Engineering Sociely, American Associalion of Chemical Engineers Ronald Lee Cawlfield, Memphis: B.S. in Pelroleum Engi- neering, A.l.M.E., Engineering Sociely Waldo E. Cecil, Lubbock: B.S. in lnduslrial Engineering, A.I.I.E., Engineering Sociely, Alpha Pi Mu, lPres.l Raymond Cedruly, Alfred, N.Y.: B.S. in Engineering, A.l.l.E., A.S.M.E. Edgar Taylor Close, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Managemenl John Cochran, Lubbock: B.A. 84' B.S. in Chemical Engi- neering John H. Cochran, Lubbock: B.A. 8: B.S. in Chemical En- gineering, Phi Kappa Psi, Canferbury Club, A.I.Ch.E. Judy Anning Cochran, Lubbock: B.A. in Secrelarial Ad- minislralion, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Canlerbury Club, Phi Tau Nu Roger Wm. Coil, Midland: B.S. in Pelroleum Geology Ben Colburn, Winlers: BS. in Agricullure, Aggie Club, D.I. Club Sue Jo Cole, Levelland: B.S. in l-lome Economics Educa- lion, E.T.A., l-lome Economics Club Connie Marie Coleman, Odessa: B.S. in Educalion, Kappa Kappa Gamma Douglas Colemen, Dozier: B.S. in Agricullure, Aggie Club, Tech Vers Ray L. Chappelle, Lubbock: B.S. in Geology, Tech Geol- ogy Club Carolyn Ariyra Cheafham, Lubbock: B.S. in Home Eco- nomics Tom Myess Cheafham, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Finance Harold LeRoy ClampiH', Clarendon: B.B.A. in Finance, Tech Orcheslra, Disciples Sludenl Fellowship John Marshall Clark, Groom: B.A. in Accounling, Tech Accounling Sociely Waller Dale Clark, Sundown: B.B.A. in Relailing Jorene Clement Amarillo: B.S. in l-lome Economics, Home Economics Club, B.S.U. David C. Conner, Anfelope: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, A.l.E.E., Engineering Sociely, Sludenl Union Board Jack Royce Cook, Dublin: B.S. in Agriculiure, Aggie Club, R.O.T.C., F.F.A. JeaneHe Cook, Jerry O. Cooper, Wichila Falls: B.S. in lndusirial Engi- neering, A.l.E.E., Alpha Pi Mu, K.M.E. John Roberl' Cooper, Waco: B.S. in Mechanical Engineer- ing, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, A.S.M.E., V.P. of Wes? l'lall Miarfha Cordell, Ozarlc, Ark.: B.S. in Home Economics, Alpha Chi Grnega, AWS, l-lome Economics Club Daniel E. Couser, Dallas: B.S. in Geology, Sigma Tau Ep- silon, Geology Club Jack M. Covingfon, Dougheriy: B.B.A, in Finance, Saddle Tramps SENIORS Pafricia Dorofhy Coleman, Dunedin, New Zealand: M.S. in Home Economics James Bernard Collins, Dallas, B.B.A. in Finance, Double T Jack Col+ies, Lubbock: B.S. in Induslrial Engineering. A.l.l.E., Ve+s, Engineering Socieiy Allan Balmer Colwiclc, Flamilfon: Agricullural Engineering Billy Allen Combs, Memphis: B.A. in Journalism, Press Club, Socieiy of American Miliiary Engineers Judi'l'h G. Cone, Shallowalerg B.S. in Home Economics Educalion Jerry Charles Covingfon, Grand Prairie: B.S. in Eclucalion Roberl' B. Covingfon, Fabens: B.S. in Chemical Engineer- ing, Engineering Sociely, American Associaiion of Chem- ical Engineers Virginia Frierson Cox, Haskell: B.S. in Home Economics, Phi Upsilon Omicron Mary Ann Crawford, Kaufman: B.S. in Home Economics, Home Economics Club, Z.T.A. Roberi' Bryan Crawford, Blanlcel: B.S. in Agricullure, F.F.A., Aggie Club, Alpha Zeia Donald Gene Creecy, Goldsmilh: B.B.A. in lnduslrial Managernenl W. H. Crenshaw, Jr., Lubbock: B.A. in Indusirial Man- agement S.A.E., Rodeo Associaiion, Jr. Class V.P. Ronald W. Crew, Fi. Worih: B.S. in Elecirical Engineer- ing, Engineering Socieiy George Marlin Crews, Childress: B.S. in Agricullural Eco- nomics, Masons, Agricullural Economics Club, Aggie Club Forresi' Eugene Creswell, Lubbock: B.B.A. in lnduslrrial Managemeni, Sigma Xi, Circle K Marcus Criswell, Lampasas: B.S. in Mechanical Engineer- ing Marion Gerald Crump, Levelland: B.B.A. in Relailing Pafricia Ann Curry, Arlingfon: B.S. in Home Economics. Gamma Phi Bela, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Home Economics Club E. H. Davis, Granbury: B.S. in Physical Educafion Earle C. Davis Jr., Brownfield: M.S. in Physics, Psi Chi J. Frank Davis, Andrews: B.S. in Elecrrical Engineering, A.l.E.E. Joh-nny Davis, Lubbock: Bachelor of Archiiecfure Noah L. Davis, Jr., Amarillo: B.S. in Elecrrcial Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. Sarah Jane Davis, Abilene: B.S. in Applied Arls, Home Economics Club, Applied Arfs Club, Canierbury Club Tommy Mark Davis, Phillips: B. S. in lndusirial Engineer- ing, A.l.l.E. Paul Dasige, 'Pafricia Cullum, Wicke+'r: B.A. in English, Alpha Chi Omega, Ed. La Venfana, Sigma Tau Della Charles Roberi' Cummings, E+. Worih: B.B.A. in Ac- counfing, Alpha Tau Omega, A.U.S.A. Mark Wayne Cummins, E+. Worih: B.S. in Mechanical En- gineering Edward George Cunningham, Samnorwood: B.S. in Agri- cullure Richard Cunningham, Perrylon: B.S. in Peiroleum Engi- neering, Sigma Nu, A.l.M.E,, Vers Club Sheldon Arfhur Cunningham, Lubbock: B.S. in Chemical Engineering, Phi Gamma Delia, Saddle Tramps, A.l.Ch.E. Wanda R. Cunningham, Lubbock: B.A. in Maih, Sigma Tau Delia Clifford Lee Curry, Oliong B.S. in Educaiion, Debaie Club, Debale Team 7' ' r 1 Conley Deen, Odessa: B.S. in Pelroleum Engineering, A.l.M.E., Circle K Richard Hunler Delaney, Colorado Cily: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E., Tech Vels John W. Delashaw, Lubbock: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering Floyd Dellinger, Waco: B.B.A. in Finance John M. Dennis, Jr., Whilesboro: B.S. in Agricullure, Pi Kappa Alpha, Block and Bridle, Aggie Club David H. Denlon, Jr., El. Worlh: B.S. in Eleclrical Engi- neering and B.A. in Malh, lpres.l A.l.E.E.-l.R.E., Ela Kappa Nu Donald D. Denlon, Big Spring: B.S. in Agricullure, A.S.A.E. Glarland Denlon, Crowell: B.S. in Geology: Phi Ela Sigma, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Geology Club SENIORS Mayo D. Dancer, Lubbock: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, A.l.l.E.-l,R.E., Engineering Sociely Nel Rey Daws, Throckmorlon: B.S. in Educalion, Della Della Della, F.T.A. Bill W. Davidson, Lubbock: B.S. in lnduslrial Engineering. Alpha Tau Omega Billy Don Day, McLean: B.B.A. in Adverlising Danny L. Dearen, Pampa: BS. in Agricullure, Aggie Club, F.F.A. Allred Vernon Dearman, Lubbock: B.S. in Agricullure, Aggie Club, F.E.A. Maynelle Derr, Las Vegas, Nev.: B.S. in Home Economics, Applied Arls Club, Phi Upsilon Omicron, lvlorlar Board John A. Devine, El Paso: B.A. in Chemislry, American Chemical Sociely, Tech Choir, Phi Mu Alpha Dana Adams DeWi'H', Mariana, Ark.: B.A. in Spanish, Sigma Della Phi, Phi Della Phi, Capa Y. Espada Lyle DeWiH', Lubbock John Paylon Dickson, Levellancl, B.B.A. in Accounling Larry N. Dickson, Loving: Bachelor ol Music, Tech Choir, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Gerald J. Diller, Hereford: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering. A.l.E.E., Newman Club Landon Glenn Dippel, Old Glory: B.B.A. in Economics, Gamma Della Floyd Al+on Dixon, Big Spring: B.S. in Elecirical Engineer- ing, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E., Phi Kappa Phi Hollis Dixon, Spearman: lvl.B.A. in Accounling, Phi Theia Kappa, Accouniing Socieiy Charles Dixon, lvlcCamey: B.B.A. in Reiailing, Double T Billie Joe Dodson, Midland: B.B.A. in lvlanagemenl Jim F. Dowiy John W. Drake, Big Spring: B.S. in lndusirial Engineering, A.l.l.E. Terry Randall Driver, Sundown: B.S. in Agricullure, Block 8: Bridle, Aggie Club, Tech Vels Don Avery Duenkel, Pampa: B.S. in Chemical Engineering, A.l.Ch.E., Tau Bela Pi, Kappa Mu Sigma Marlha Anne Dufek, Dallas: B.B.A. in Secrelarial Adminis- iraiion, Phi Gamma Nu Paul Irving Dunks, Kerrville: B.S. in Agricullure, Block 8: Bridle, E.E.A., Rodeo Club, Bapiisl Siudenl' Union Benni Ellen Dunn, Lubbock: B.A. in Speech, Gamma Phi Bela, Maioreile, Sock 84 Buskin, Pres. Lyndon Ray Dunn, Rails: B.S. in Agricullure, Aggie Club, Rodeo Assn. M. A. Dunn, Plainview: B.A. in Hislory l - John Gerald Doggeff, Pampa: B.S. in Elecirical Engineer- ing, Alpha Phi Omega, Tau Bela Pi, Canierbury Club Burgess Allen Donelson, Siraiiord: B.B.A. in Economics, Double T. Associaiion Grefchen Elizabefh Donovan, Lubbock Richard Dorris, San Angelo: B.S. in Peiroleum Engineer- ing, Pi Epsilon Tau, Tau Beia Pi, Alpha Phi Omega Marilou Jean Douihil, Avoca: B.S. in Home Economics, H.E. Club Marsha Ann Dowdy, Lubbock: Bachelor of Adverlising Ari and Design, Sigma Kappa, B.S.U., Gargoyle Club Merwin Leon Downey, Hawley: B.S. in Geology, Sigma Chi, Circle K, Geology Club Fane Downs, Lubbock: M.A. in Hisiory, Phi Alpha Theia, Phi Kappa Phi Carl Lee Eafherly, Childress: B.A. in English, Sigma Chi Bobby R. Eddleman, Claude: B.S. in Agricullure, Aggie Club, Agricullural Economics Club Faye Edwards, Colorado Cily: B.A. in English, E.T.A., Bible Chair Lea Eifelman, El. Worfh: B.S. in Home Economics, Rodeo Associalion Billy W. Eldredge, Denison: Bachelor of Archileclure, A.I.A. Jerry Griener Eldredge, Sadler: B.S. in Mafh Doris Elkins, Tulia: lvlasler of Home Economics, Home Economics Club, Phi Upsilon Omicron M. Temple EllioH', Tulia: B.A. in Sociology, Alpha Phi Omega. Le Cercle Erancais, Oplimales SENIORS Charles L. Dumis, Texarkana: B.S. in Mechanical Engineer- ing. American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers Barbara Durbin, Andrews: B.A. in Spanish, Sigma Della Pi, B.S.O.. Capa Y Espada Francis Arleen Durkee, Big Lake: B.S. in Educalion, Delia Della Della, E.T.A., Twirler 'Philip Erle Duvall, Denver Ciiy: B.A. in Chemislry, Alpha Epsilon Della, lPres.l. Phi Era Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi Wyman Dyer, Carlsbad, New Mex.: B.S. in Geology Cecil R. Easley, Dallas: B.S. in Elecrrical Engineering Reginald EllioH, Lubbock: B.S. in Agricullure, Aggie Club, Agricullural Economics Club Roberfa Anne'H'e EllioH', Lubbock: Bachelor of Music, Al- pha Chi Omega, lvlorrar Board, Mu Phi Epsilon Lewis Wayne Ellis, Wealherford: B.S. in Agriculrure James Richard Escue, Olney: B.S. in Perroleum Engineer- ing, A.l.M.E. Maida Aida Esmerian Jerry E. Esfep BeH'ie Efhridge, Fabens: B.S. in Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega, Home Economics Club Ronald David Eubanlr, Brownwood: B.A. 8: B.S. in Chem- ical Engineering, American Socieiy of Chemical Engineers Juanice Sims Evans, Mobeelie: B.S. in Maih., Alpha Lambda Delia, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Der Leiderkranz Mrs. Kennefh Evans, Odessa Marshall Ellipon Ewing, Georgerown: B.S. in Peiroleum En- gineering, American nlsi. of Mining Meialurgical 8: Pe- 'rroleum Engineers Roberl' E. L. Farmer, Plainview: B.A. 8: B.S. in Elecirical Engineering, Eia Kappa Nu, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Kap- pa Phi Jack Frank Fle+cher, Lubboclc: B.S., Veis Club Mary Jimm Sfinson Floyd, Snyder: B.S. Elemeniary Educa- lion, Delia Delia Delia, Junior Council, S.N.E.A. Bob Lee Ford, Amarillo: B.S. in Archiieciure, Phi Delia Theia, Saddle Tramps, Alpha Phi Omega Edward Josiah Fosfer, Loclcney: B.B.A. in Accounling, Phi Delia Thera, Accouniing Socieiy, Arnold Air Socieiy Elizabefh Ann Fosier, Loclcney: B.S. in Home Economics. Delia Gamma, A.W.S., Home Economics Club Sammy Nell Fowler, Seagraves: B.S. in Home Economics, Phi Bela Phi, Alpha Lambda Delia, Moriar Board Wyckleff Riley Foxworfh, l-lousion: BS. in Geology, Pi Kappa Alpha, Geology Club Jerry Bob Fraley, Abilene: B.S. in Peiroleum Engineering, Phi Gamma Delia, Tau Beia Pi, Phi Epsilon Tau, lPres.l David Franklin, Seagraves: B.S. in Agricullure, Aggie Club, Naiional Socieiy Agricullural Engineers Leonard Wayne Evans, Posr: B.B.A. in Accouniing, Tech Accouniing Socieiy Arlo Eugene Farrell, Muleshoe: B.B.A. in Accouniing Guy Fauasnon, Lubbock: B.A. in Spanish, Cosmo Club. Spanish Club, French Club Fai+h Helen Fausf, Earih: Bachelor oi Adverlising Ari 8: Design Marlin Wesley Ferguson, Lorenzo: B.S. in Agriculiure, Dairy lndusiry Club, lPres.l Alpha Zeia Herberf Fischer, El Paso: Bachelor of Archireciure, A.l.A. Howard L. Fleming, Burlcburneii: BS. in Agriculiural Engi- neering, Sigma Nu Doroihy Corine Flefcher, San Angelo: BS. in Home Eco- nomics, Home Economics Club, B.S.U. Richard Fulfon, Lubbock: B.S. in Civil Engineering, A.5.C.E., S.A.M.E., Tech Vel'. Dolores Gage, Lubbockf B.S., Alpha Lambda Delia, F.T.A., Major-Minor, lV.P.l Billie Jones Gallagher, Jayron: B.S. in Peiroleum Engineer- ing, Pi Epsilon Tau llsi V.P.l, Tau Beia Pi, Phi Kappa Phi Waylon FloyeH' Gammill, Manila, Ark.: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering James R. Gancly, Longview: B.S. in Elecirical Engineering, A.l.E.E. Carol Ann Garner, Lubbock: B.A. in Applied Aris, Kappa Alpha Theia Calven E. GarreH', Plainview: B.S. in lndusirial Engineer- ing, Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Pi Mu Coy Arfhur GarreH', San Angelo: B.A. in Agriculiural Ed- ucaiion, Aggie Club, Rodeo Associaiion sENioRs Page 306 Homer Franklin, Jr., Lubbock: B.A. and B.S. Chemical En- gineering, German Club lpres. '56l, A.l.Ch.E., Engnieer- ing Sociely Clifford Walfer Fraser, Groom: B.S., Doak Hall Dorm As- sociaiion Gary Evan Frashier, Pampa: B.S. in Maih, A.l.Ch.E., lpres. 57-58l, Scabbard 8: Blade, Engineering Socieiy Carey Wersfer Frisby, Pori Isabell: B.S. in Mechanical En- gineering, A.S.M.E., Engineering Socieiy David Wayne Fros+, Edinburgh: B.S. in Peiroleum Engi- neering, Doak Hall Dorm Associaiion lpres. 56-57l, Men's lnierdorm Council Jacqueline Fulwiler, Plainview: B.B.A. in Business Educa- lion, Delia Gamma, Phi Gamma Nu lpres.l Julia Benni'I'a Gass, New Home: B.A. in Banking Herberi' Elred Gaflin, Housion: B.S. in Elecirical Engineer- ing, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E., Tau Beia Pi J. G. Genlry, Lubbock: B,S. in Mechanical Engineering, A.S.M.E. Audry JeaneH'e George, Lubbock: B.S.8rB.A. in Chemis- +ry, Alpha Epsilon Del+a, Alpha Lambda Della lV.P., pre- med., Jerry Don George, Turkey: B.S. in Secreiarial Educaiion, Souih Plains Officials Associaiion, Men's P.E. Club, F.T.A. Weldon R. Gibson, Red Wafer: B.S. in Civil Engineering, A.S.C.E. lv.p.l, Engineering Show Jack Neal Gilber'I', Gorman: B.S. in Pelroleum Engineer- ing, Arnold Air Sociely, A.I.M.E. Nancy B. Gillispie, Claude: B.S. in Foods and Nulriiion, Zeia Tau Alpha, Home Economics Club EmmeH' Leroy Gloyna, Kress: B.S. in Civil Eingineering: American Sociery of Civil Engineers, lPres.l, Sociely of American Milirary Engineers, lPres.l, Gamma Della Fred Lee Gloyna, Lockney: B.S. in Civil Engineerings, A.S.C.E., Gamma Delia, S.A.M.E. lPres.l. James Clark Graham, Colorado Ciiy: B.S. in Civil Engi- neering, A.S.C.E., Tech Engineering Sociely, Tech Vers Marilyn Louise Graham, Hobbs, New Mex.: B.A. in Ele- meniary Educaiion, Kappa Alpha Theia John Allen Green, Quannah: B.A. in lnduslrial Manage- meni, Sigma Nu Johnny Wayne Green, Lubbock: B.A. in Foreign Lan- guage Margarel' Joy Green, Housron: B.B.A. in Secrerarial Ad- minisiralion, Delia Della Della Lewis E. Greenfield, Lubbock: B.S. in Peiroleum Engi- neering Charles C. Greenwell, San Angelo: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, A.S.M.E. Billie Sue Gregory, Spur: B.S. in Applied Arls, Pi Bela Phi, Morlar Board, -Jr. Council Charles Frank Griffin, Slalom: B.S. in Physics, Fencing Team Coach, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eia Sigma Fred Griffin, Plainview: Bachelor of Archireclure, Gar- goyle Socieiy, American Insiiiule of Archiieciure, R.O.T.C. Lynn W. Griffin, Jr., San Angelo: B.S. in Mechanical En- gineering, A.S.M.E., Engineering Socieiy Edward Lee Granl, Texas Ciry: B.B.A. in Accounling, Tech Accouniing Socieiy, Tech Veis Club Clyde Glanville Grappe, Levelland: B.B.A. in Office Man- agemenl' Donald David Gray, New York, New York: B.B.A. in Infer- nalional Trade, Senior Class V.P. Foresl' D. Gray, Amarillo: B.S. in Perroleurn Engineering, Pi Epsilon Tau, A.l.M.E., Engineering Sociely Byron Greaves, Andrews: B.S., Pi Epsilon Tau, A.l.M.E. Bobby Edward Green, Midland: BS. in Peiroleum Engi- neering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon lchroniclerl, Alpha Pi Mu, lcorres. secy.l, A.l.E.E. J. Wilfon Green, Floydada: B.S. in Agronomy, Agronomy Club Janice Claire Green, Amarillo: B.B.A. in Secreiarial Ad- minisrraiion, Della Gamma, Canierbury Club, Ski Club Alberi' Leon Griggs, Odessa: B.S. in lnduslrial Engineering, A.l.l.E. lsiudenl chairmanl Henrie'H'a Grooms, Brownwood: M.E. in Elemenlary Edu- caiion Randall D. Grooms, Brownwood: B.S. in Animal Husban- dry, Alpha Zela, Block 81 Bridle Club, Aggie Club Gerald Joseph Guerrieri, Greenwich, Conn.: B.B.A. in In- duslrial Managemenl, Delia Sigma Phi, Tech Vers, Toasi- rnasler Joe Wayne Guinn, Borger: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, American lnsiiiule of Eleclrical Engineering, Engineering Socieiy Ben Gunn, B.S. in Chemical Engineering, A.l.Ch.E. Erwin T. Gunn, Abilene: B.S. in lnduslrial Engineering, A.l.l.E. lpres.l, B.S.O. Cecil Adron Hall, Lubbock: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering SENIORS Page 308 Herberl' Franklin Gnepper, Lubbock: M.A. in Sociology, Sociology Club Don Dwain Godfrey, McLean: B,S. in Malhemalics: Sad- dle Tramps, Sneed Hall Dorm Council ' Phil Dean Godwin, Amarillo: B.A. in Psychology Peggy Goodloe, Abilene: B,S. in Home Economics Educa- lion, Home Economics Club Jim L. Gormley, Gladewalerg B.A. in Pre-Law, Alpha Tau Omega, Pre-law Club, Tech Veis Billy Edd Gowan, Wichiia Falls: B.A. in Governmenl, Double T Club, Tech Varsily, Pre-law Club Gary Raymond Hall, Midland: B.S. in Peiroleum Engineer- ing, Alpha Phi Omega, Della Tau Delia, Pi Era Tau Tommy G. Hall, Sudan: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. A.S.M.E. JeaneH'e Cook Hampfon, Hereford: B.B.A. in Secreiarial Adminislralion, Phi Gamma Nu, Alpha Lambda Della, B.S.U. Joe Hampion, Caclus: B.S. in lnduslrial Engineering, A.l.l.E., B.S.U. Bob L. Hanover, Siephenville: B.S. in Chemical Engineer- ing, A.S.C.E. Maynard Hansen, Clillon: BS. in Chemical Engineering, Phi Thela Kappa, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Tau Bela Pi Billie Harding, Vince-ni: B.A, in English, Sigma Kappa, Al- pha Lambda Della Joe Don Hargrave, Sulphur Springs: B.S. in Peiroleum En- gineering, A.l.M.E., Tech Veis Doyle Dean Harper, Kermii: B.S. in Engineering Jerry Lee Harper, Mahank: B.S. in Peiroleum Engineering, Vel' Club, Socieiy of Peiroleum Engineers, Engineering Sociefy Melvin Louis Harper, Lubbock: B.S. in Geology Ann Harral, Rankin: B.A. in English Lenis Arlee Harvey, Shamrock: B.S. in Chemical Engineer- ing Travis Donald Harwell, Brandon: B.S. in Elecirical Engi- neering William Pinckney Ha+che'H', Lamesa: B.S. in Agronomy, Aggie Club, Agronomy Club Richard Warren HaH'on, Levelland: B.B,A. in Accounling, Tech Accouniing Associalion Herman D. Haufman Billy Dock Hawkins, Quanah: B.S. in lndusirial Engineering, Sigma Nu Jerry M. Hawkins, Higgins: B.S. in Agronomy, Block 81 Bridle, E.E.A., Aggie Club Donald Barfon Hay, Borger: B.S. in Elecirical Engineering: Phi Gamma Delia, Siudenf Council, Tau Bela Pi Clyde Lyndall Hays, Friona: B.A. in Governmenl' Bobby D. Harris, Rails: B.S. in Agronomy, Aggie Club, Agronomy Club, Rodeo Associalion Glenda M. Harris, Ballinger: Bachelor of Music, Casa Lin- da lpres.l, Tau Bela Sigma, Mu Phi Epsilon Marlys Harris, Airfield, Conn.: B.A. in Speech. Sigma Kappa lpres.l B.S.O., A.W.S. ' Kay Harrison, Lubbock: Bachelor of Adverlising Ar-f 8: Design Ron B. Harris1', Shallowaierf B.S. in Maihemalics, German Club Carl R. Hari, Jr., Lubbock: B.S. in Malhemaiics, Alpha Tau Omega, LaVenJrana Phorographer Gene Hari, Seagraves: B.S. in Chemical Engineering, A.S.Ch.E., Engineering Socieiy Darwin Rae Harfsfield, Lubbock: B.S. in Eclucaiion, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Double T., Raider Eooiball Leroy Henry Hellman, Wichifa Falls: B.S. in Peiroleum Engineering Sandra Lee Hemmle, Arlingron: Bachelor of Music, Gam- ma Phi Bela, lvlorlar Board, Alpha Lambda Della John William Henderson, Lubbock: B.S. in Geology Earl Donald Hendricks, Dallas: B.S. in lnduslrrial Engineer- ing, A.l.l.E., Engineering Sociely, Alpha Phi Omega Be'H'y Ragland Hensley, Sundown: B.S. in Educarion Jerry Max Hensley, Longview: B.S. in Chemical Engi- neering, A.l.Ch.E., Engineering Sociery A. J. Henson, Sunray: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, K.M.E.. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. William Roberl' Herrin, Sfephenvillei B.S. in Engineering, Scabbard 8: Blade, A.l.M.E., Engineering Sociefy SENIORS Page 3l0 James Lemull Heard, Vernon: B.B.A. in Finance Marfha Elizabelh Heard, Hereford: B.A. in Spanish, Cos- mo. Club, Wesley Players, Le Circle Francais Marcia Heberl, l-louslon: B.S. in lvlalhemalics, Sigma Kappa, Alpha Lambda Del+a Thomas D. Hefferman, Juncrion: B.S. in Agronomy Paul Heiser, San Angelo: B.S. in Geology, Sigma Gam- ma Epsilon, Geology Club, S.E.P.M. Damian F. Hellman, Muensrer: B.S. in Agriculfure, Dairy lnduslry Club Edgar Dale Herring, Talpa: B.S. in Agricullure, Block 8: Bridle, Aggie Club, Alpha Zefa William A. Herringfon, Abilene: Bachelor of Achifec- lure, Gordon Hall, lPres.l, M.I.D.C., lVice-Pres.l Jimmy Don Hesland, Colorado Cily: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Tau Be+a Pi, American Sociely of Mechan- ical Engineers Delberl' Coy Hess, Hermleigh: B.S. in Agriculrure, Alpha Tau Omega, lPres.l Aggie Club, Alpha Zela Jimmy Don Hes'l'and, Lubbock: B.S. in Engineering William HewleH', Glenrose: B.S. in Agricullure: Dairy lnduslry Club Jerry Alfred Hickson, Ariesia, New Mexico: B. S. in En- gineering, A.l.M.E. Richard H. Higgins, Lubbock: Bachelor of Archileclure. A.l.A., lPres.l, B.S.O. Gerald Lennon Hill, Lubbock: B.S. in lndusirial Engineer- ing, Rifle Club, lPres.l, A.l.l.E., Alpha Pi Mu, Treasurer Joseph McCrigh1' Hill, Lubbock: M.B.A. in Accouniing Paul Lyon Hill, Lubbock: M.B.A. in Accounling William Rhea Hilliard, Fi. Wor'rh: Bachelor of Archilec- lure, A.l.A. Thomas A. Holman, Lubbock: B.A. in Chemislry, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Era Sigma James Harris Hollabaugh, Midlolhian: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. James W. Holley, Big Spring: B.S. in Geology Kennefh D. Holliman, Gernon: B.S. in Mechanical Engi- neering, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Mu Epsilon. Phi Era Sig- ma, American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers Gene Ernesl' Hollingsworih, Lubbock: B.S. in lnlernarional Trade George Els'I'un Hollingsworlh, Lubbock: B.S. in Elecirical Engineering, l.R.E., Tech Vers, Disciples of Siudenl Eel- lowship Roberl' Young Hollaway, Hobbs. New Mexico: B.S. in Agriculiure, Aggie Club, Bible Chair Virginia Holmes, Lubbock: M.S. in Home Economics, Phi Upsilon Charles R. Hol'r, Seagraves: M.S. in Agriculiure Educa- lion Lloyd Neal Hindman, Spur: B.S. in Agricullure, Block 8: Bridle, Aggie Club, Tech F.F.A. Frank Homer Hinkley, Big Spring: B.B.A. in Manage- ment Circle K, Wesley Eoundaiion Barbara Ann Hinkson, Lazbuddie: B.S. in Home Econom- ics, Home Economics Club, Wesley Foundaiion, Wesley Players William David Hialmer, S+. Paul: B.S. in Mechanical En- gineering, Tau Be'l'a Phi, A.S.M.E., Phi Era Sigma Richard Holcomb, Dallas: B.B.A. in Accounling Ginger Ramonia Hodge, An+on: B.A. in Sociology, So- ciology Club, Le Cercle Francais ' Sammy Mack Hodge, Lubbock: B.A. in Civil Engineering, Phi Della Thela, Engineering Sociefy, American Sociefy ol Civil Engineering James Carl Hodges, Jr., Irving: B.S. in lnclusirial Engi- neering, A.l.l.E. Joe Bob Horsley, Muleshoe: B.B.A. in lndusfrial Trade, Economics Club, Tech Vefs Myra Sue Horfon, Crane: B.B.A. in Accounfing, Phi Gamma Nu, Tech Accounfing Sociefy Veda Jeanne Hosman, Ef. Worfh: B.S. in Educafion, N.E.A., Wesfern Dance Commiffee Clarence Delma House, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Accounfing, Tech Accounfing Sociefy Warren Sfanley House, Wichifa Falls: B.S. in Engineering, A.E.M.E. Jeanne A. Howell, Lalviarque: B.A. in Spanish, Delfa Delfa Delfa, Phi Gamma Nu, Le Circle Francais Kennard Parker Howell, Birmingham, Ala.: B.S. in Agri- culfure, Phi Delfa Thefa, Alpha Phi Omega, Aggie Club Charles Craig Howle, Odessa: B.S. in Traffic Manage- menf SENIORS Jerry Holf, Lockney: B.A. in Adverfising Arf and Design, Tech Band, Tau Befa Sigma John Marian Holf, Sfreefman: B.S. in Elecfrical Engi- nering, A.l.E.E., l.R.E., Engineering Sociefy William A. Holf, Gafesville: B.S. in Speech Therapy James Ro-berf Hopkins, Abilene: B.S. in Elecfrical Engi- neering, A.l.E.E., l.R.E., Tau Bela Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon Clifford Coke Hopping, Lifflefield: B.A. in lndusfrial Psychology Doffie Sue Horchem, Cooper: Zefa Tau Alpha, lPres.l, A.W.S., Dorm. Advisor l i Jolin Douglas Hudson, E+. Worfh: B.A. in Chemisfry, Kappa Sigma, Circle K, Pre. Med. Sociefy Marion Edward Huffman, Breckenridge: M.S. in Geology, Geology Club Gale Hufsfufler, Brady: B.S. in Engineering, A.l.E.E., l.R.E., Engineering Sociefy i Norman E. Huggins, Plainview: B.B.A. in Finance, Var- sify Baseball, Double T Associafion Jerry Wayne Hughes, Lubbock: B.A. in Psychology y Howard C. Humphrey, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Adverfising l i l l Bennie D. Humphryes, Odessa: B.S. in Engineering Henry Louis Huneke, Lubbock: Bachelor of Archifecfure. Gargoyle Sociefy, A.l.A. Clara E. Hunsucker, Lubbock: B.S. in Elemenfary Educa- fion Warren Earl Hunf, Lubbock: B.S. in Agriculfure, Aggie Club, Wesley Eoundafion, Alpha Zefa Carrol Don Hunfer, San Angelo: B.S. in Engineering, Delfa Tau Delfa, A.l.M.E., Geology Club David Morrow Hufchess, Pampa: B.B.A. in Accounfing. Tech Accounfing Sociefy l l i Jeral Jackson, Lubbock: B.S. in Engineering, Sociefy of Pefroleum Engineers Lynnefa Jacobs, Lubbock: B.S. in Educafion, Maior-Min- or Club, Modern Dance Group, Town Girls Arnold C. James, E+. Worfh: B.S. in Indusfrial Engi- neering, A.l.E.E. Phillip Wayne James, New Deal: M.A. in Educafion, Edi- for of Toreador, Saddle Tramps Richard Dale James, E+. Worfh: B.A.,in Engineering, Gargoyle Sociefy, Engineers Show, Arfisf for Chrisfian Archifecfure Harvey Jarrell, Memphis: B.B.A. in Finance Clifford A. Jeffreys, Lubbock: B.S. in Engineering, A.l.E.E. Marilyn Jenkins, E+. Worfh: B.S. in Educafion: F.T.A.. Pi Befa Phi, B.S.U. Jimmie Ralph Jennings, Big Spring: B.B.A. in Accounf- ing, Tech Vefs, Tech Accounfing Sociefy Harold Hyde, Plainview: BS. in Agriculfure, Agronomy Club A. D. Huffon, Tucumcari, New Mexico: B.S. in Agricul- fure, Agronomy Club Dolores Mae HuH'o, B.A. in Psychology, Morfar Board, Alpha Epsilon Delfa. B.S.U. Ramona Hufchens, Pampa: B.S. in Educafion Olin L. lsham, Sunray: B.S. in Geology, Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Gamma Epsilon 'Paul lasigi, Lubbock: B.S. in Geology, Geology Club, S.E.P.M. Tony Jabor, Big Spring: B.S. in Engineering Billy Jack Jackson, Lubbock: Bachelor of Archifecfure, A.l.A. James Weldon Johnson, Bellevue: B.S. in Engineering, A.l.E.E.. l.R.E. Jimmy Dale Johnson, Wolllorihg B.S. in Educafion, Issue Edilor of Toreador John B. Johnson, Amarillo: B.S. in Engineering Mona Gay Johnson, Levelland: B.A. in Sociology, Sociol- ogy Club Ray Lewis Johnson Roberl' Lee Johnson, Phillips: B.A. in Pre. Med., Phi Gam- ma Delia, Pre. Med. Club W. R. Johnsfon, Amarillo: B.A. in l-lisiory, Phi Alpha Theia, lPres.l David Arfhur Jones, Dallas: B.A. 8: B.S. in English, Phi Kappa Psi, lPres.l B.S.O., K.T.T.C., Sfaiion Manager, lPres.l SENIORS Al W. Johnson, Brownfield: B.S. in English Billy J. Johnson, Sunray: B.S. in Geology, Geology Club Edwin Gerald Johnson, Sunray: B.S. in Geology, Geology Club Jack B. Johnson, Loclcney: B.S. in Engineering, A.l.E.E. James Alsfon Johnsfon, Lubbock: B.A. in English, Alpha Tau Omega. A.l.A. James Roberi' Johnson, Panhandle: B.A. in Geology, Ge- ology Club Harold L. Jones, Roswell. New Mexico: B.B.A. in Mar- kefing James Clayfon Jones, Cleburne: B.S. in Elecirical Engi- neering Ralph Thomas Jones, Lamesa: B.B.A. in Finance Sfuari' Carroll Jones, Hereford: B.S. in Engineering, Phi E+a Sigma, Tau Bela Pi, Saddle Tramps Barbara McKinney Joplin, Seagoville: B.S. in Educaiion, Gamma Phi Bela Mike Joplin, Li'r'rlefield: B.B.A. in Finance, Phi Delia Theia, Circle K, Scabbard 8r Blade Willeford Frank Jordan, Lubbock: B.B.A. in lndusirial Managemenr Howard Eugene Kail, Odessa: B.B.A. in Accouniing John W. Kaisner, Odessa: B.S. in Agriculiure, Engineering Sociely, Agricullural Engineers Club, American Socieiy of Agriculiural Engineers Anfone Joe Kais, Crowell: B.S. in Engineering, A.l.E.E. Roberl' Gary Karrh, l-lale Cenier: B.S. in Agriculiure, Ag- riculiural Engineering Club, Engineers Club, Agriculiure Club Herman D. Kaufman, Slephenville: B.S. in Engineering, A.I.M.E., Scabbard 8: Blade Wesfon Tyndall Kennedy, Clovis, N. Mex.: B.S. in Edu- cafion, F.T.A., Tech Veis Mary Alice Kenney, Slalom: B.S. in Home Economics, Alpha Lambda Delia, Home Economics Club, Church of Chrisl Bible Chair David Alvin Ken'I', Amarillo: B.B.A. in Markeiing, Double T Assosiaiion, Tennis Team Allen Kesferson, Jr., Borger: B.A. in Psychology Sammy Dale Key, Brownfield: B.S. in Geology, Geology Club, Lubbock Geoological Socieiy Glenda Mae Keyfon, Lubbock: B.S. in Home Economics, Zeia Tau Alpha, Baprisl' Siudenl' Union, Applied Aris Display Club, lPres.l Lee Roy W. Kiesling, Miles: B.S. in Agricullure Deannie Killian, Lubbock: B.A. in Speech Yung M. Kim, Seoul, Korea: B.S. in Engineering, A.l.E.E., Cosmopoliian Club Roberf James Kay Shirley Mae Kee, Lamesa: B.A. in Educalion, Delra Delia Delia, F.T.A. Tim K. Kirk, Lakeview: B.S. in Engineering, A.l.Ch.E., En- gineering Socieiy Glenda Beih Kei+h, Borger: Bachelor of Music, Kappa Alpha Theia, Tech Choir, Mu Phi Epsilon Ken Earl Kendall, Tall: B.S. in Educaiion Bobbye Ann Kennedy, Mor+on: B.A. in Sociology, B.S.U. 'Polly Ann Kennedy, Levelland: M.A. 84 B.A. in Educaiion Roberi' Bruce Kennedy, Willard, N. Mexico: B.S. in Agri- culiure, Agronomy Club Tim K. Kirk, Lakeview: B.S. in Engineering, A.l.Ch.E., En' gineering Sociely Billy Lawrence Kiser, Lubbock: B.S. in Chemical Engi- nering, Siudenl' Chapier Roberi' Alois Knezek, Olney: B.S. in Mechanical Engi- neering, A.S.M.E., Newman Club, lVice Pres.l Dolores Knigh+, lv1cCamey: B.S. in Home Economics, Home Economics Club, A.E.R.O.T.C. Wives Club Hal Mifchell Knigh'I', Sierling Ciryg B.B.A. in Accounring, Della Sigma Pi, Saddle Tramps, A.E.R.O.T.C. Earl Paul Koeppe, E+. Worih: Bachelor ofArchiJrec1'ure, Phi Kappa Psi, A.l.A., Alpha Phi Omega Roberl' Howard Koonce, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Accounling, Phi Gamma Della, Tech Accounling Socieiy, Tech Man- agemenl Club Van H. Kounl-1, Forr Davis: B.S. in Physical Educalrion, Physical Educaiion Club, Rodeo Club, Sporls Club SENIORS James William Kimbrow, Amarillo: B.S. in Engineering, Sociely ol: Peiroleum Engineers, lPres.l, Tau Bela Pi, lPres.l, Kappa Mu Epsilon Donald Ray King, Abilene: B.S. in Engineering, lnlaniry Club, Scabbard 34 Blade, A.S.M.E. Leonard L. King, Childress: B.S. in Agriculiure, Aggie Club, Rodeo Associalion, Block 84 Bridle Nelia Mae King, Idalou, B.S. in Home Economics, Home Economics Club, Wesley Foundarion Paul King, Holliday: B.S. in English Richard King, E+. Worlh: B.S. in Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tech Union Program Council, Phi Era Sigma Phillip C. Kranz, Arlesia, N.M.: B.S. in Mechanical Engi- neering, A.S.M.E. Henry William Laceky, Beaumonr: B.S. in Agriculiural Engineering: Aggie Club, A.S.A.E., Engineering Sociely Donald Ray Lackey, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Relailing, Circle K John W. Lamb, Lubbock: B.S. in Chemical Engineering, A.S.C.E., Kappa Mu Epsilon Billy DereH'e Lane, Lubbock: B.S., Block 84 Bridle Dan W. Lane, Slephenville: B.B.A. in Pre-Law, Pi Kappa Alpha, Saddle Tramps, A.U.S.A. Joe W. Lane, Lubbock: B.S. in Chemical Engineering, A.S.C.E., Engineering Sociely Billie B. Lanfair, Wichila Falls: B.S. in Elecrrical Engineer- ing, A.l.E.E., l.R.E. James Edward Langford, Fr. Worrhq B.A. 84 B.S. in ln- duslrial Engineering Roberf Hoy Lapham, Abilene: B.A. in Finance, Phi Gam- ma Delia, Saddle Tramps, Varsily Show Norman Leon Laugham, Muleshoe: B.S., A.S.C.E. Kim Gerald Lawfon, Dallas: B.S. in Pelrroleum Engineering, A.l.M.M.P.E., Alpha Phi Omega, Engineering Sociely Ray Neil Lewis, Lakeview: B.S. in Chemical Engineering, Phi Era Sigma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Tau Bela Pi Sfeve Lou Lewis, Sundown: B.B.A. in Rerailing, Circle K, Vers Club 'Palsy Lincoln, Levelland: B.S. in Eclucalion, Tau Bela Sigma, Tech Band, F.T.A. Ralph Wayne Lindsey, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Finance, Wes- ley Players, Wesley Foundarion Joe V. Line, Brownfield: Bachelor of Archileclure, A.l.A. Joseph Hollis Lloyd, Jr., Big Spring: B.S. in Physical Edu- calion, Physical Educalion Club, lTreas.l Gerald Waren Locke, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Accounling Kenne1'h DeWayne Lockhart Randolph, A.F.B.: B.S. in Physics Raoyal Bradley Long, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Finance, Rodeo Associalrion, lPres.l James L. Leary, San Angelo: B.S. in Geology, Sigma Nu, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Geology Club Gus Emme'H' Lech-ow, Marble Falls: B.S. in Animal l'lus- bandry, Block Xi Bridle Club, Aggie Club Bob Lehr, Weslr Memphis, Arkansas: B.S. in Chemical Engineering, Baplisl Slrudenl Union, A.S.C.E., S.S.T.M. Thurman R. Lemond, Lubbock: B.B.A. Lloyd Ernes+ Leusing, Lubbock: B.S. in Chemical Engi- neering, B.A. in Chemislry, Alpha Phi Omega, lPres.l, B.S.U. Mission Leader Carlos Lerma, Kingsville: B.S. in Chemical Engineering, Newman Club, Varsily Foolball, A.S.C.E. Jerre Lynn Lewis, Amarillo: B.A. in Elemenlary Educarion, Kappa Kappa Gamma Loyd Leon Lewis, Iowa Park: B.S. in Elecrrical Engineer- ing, Tau Bela Pi. Richard Paul Lowke, Abilene: B.S., Phi Gamma Della, A.l.l.E., Bledsoe Hall Slall Belly E. Lowlher, Andrews: B.B.A. in Relailing Richard Maxwell Lowlher, Andrews: B.B.A., Adverlising Club Mrs. Helen Porler Lundberg, Lubbock: B. S. in Elemen- lary Educalion Helen Marie Lusk, Shallowaler: B.S. in Clolhing 8: Tex- liles, Rodeo Associalion J. R. Lulon, Lubbock: Bachelor ol Archileclure Bobby Carroll Lynch, Sudan: B.B.A. Della Sigma Pi Doyce Wayland Lynch, Ralls: B.B.A. in Relailing SENIORS Sidney Joe Long, Goldlhwaile: B.S. in Agricullural Edu- calion, Alpha Zela, Block 84 Bridle, lSec.l, Aggie Club Roberl Philip Love, Greenville: B.B.A. in lnduslrial Man- agemenl, Sludenl Religious Council, lPres.l, Baplisl Slu- clenl Union, Execulive Council James William Love, Grand Prairie: B.B.A. in lnduslrial Managemenl William D. Love, Florence: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, Tau Bela Pi, Ela Sigma Nu, Phi Kappa Phi Belly Alice Lovelace, Abernalhy: B.S. in Educalion, Della Gamma, Tech Band, Maiorelle, Tau Bela Sigma, lPres.l Bobby Gene Lovelace, Fl. Worlh: B.S. in Pelroleum Geology, Geology Club, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lubbock Geology Assoicialion Ray Donald Lynch, Hale Cenler: B.S. in Physics, A.l.P., Tech Vels, Tech Rille Club ' Palsy Ann Lynskey, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Secrelarial Ad- minislralion, Gamma Phi Bela, Sock 84 Buskin, Rodeo Associalion Dana Rulh MacNaughlon, Plainview: B.S. in Home Eco- nomics, Alpha Chi Omega, Panhellenic Council, Sigma Nu While Rose Princess Carey H. McAdams, Groom: B.B.S. in lnduslrial Man- agemenl, Sigma Nu lCommanderl Winslon H. McAden, Midland: B.S. in Mechanical Engi- neering, Pi Kappa Alpha, A.S.M.E. James DeWayne McAndrew, Biggs: B.S., Agronomy Club Aggie Club Thomas E. McArdle Ill, Corpus Chrisii: B.S. in Geology, Geology Club Carol Don McBiles, Carlsbad, N.M.: B.S. in Elecfrical Engineering, Tau Bela Pi, Eia Kappa Nu, A.l.E.E. Benjamin Edward McCar+y, Brownfield: B.A. in Journal- ism, Press Club, Cosmopoliian Club, Capa Y. Espada Billy James McCar'l'y, Lubbock: B.S. in Mechanical Engi- neering, Alpha Tau Omega, A.S.M.E. Charles E. McCar+y, Marshall: B.S. in Chemical Engineer- ing, A.S.C.E. Maurice Edward McClanahan, Cleburne: B.S. in Elec- irical Engineering, E.E., I.R.E. A.l.E.E., Engineering So- cieiy Glen McDowell, Fi. Worfh: B.S. in Mechanics, Bap+is+ Siudenl' Union, A.S.M.E. George G. McDu'Ff, Lubbock: B.S. in Agronomy, Agron- omy Club William L. McDuFf, Dallas: B.A. in Ari Bobby Joe McGee, Midland: B.B.A. in Office Manage- menl' David Oliver McGee, Lubbock: B.A. in Psychology, Psy- chology Club Bocie Lee McGough, Aspermoni: B.S. in Elecirical Engi- neering, A.l.E.E.-E.E., Engineering Socieiy Dan R. McGregor, Lubbock: B.S. in Geology Don L. McGregor, Lubbock: B.S. in Geology, Geology Club Allora MoneH'e McGuire, Levelland: B.A. in Sociology Francis H. McCelIan, Ailania, Georgia: B.S. in Indusirial Engineering Richard Sfanley McClure, Plainview: B.B.A. in Finance, Phi Gamma Delia Joe Earl McCrabb, San Anionio: B.A. in Geology, Geol- ogy Club Dwighi' L. McCree, Jr., Lubbock: B.S. in Mechanical Engi- neering, A.l.E.E., l.R.E., A.S.M.E. Roberi' James McCune, EI Paso: B.S. in Dairy lnduslry, fooiball Alberf K. McCurdy, Abernaihy: B.B.A. Personnel Man- agemeni, Sigma Chi., Managemeni Club Mary Elizabefh Y. McDaniel, Memphis: B.S. in Foods 81 Nuiriiion, l-lome Economics Club Roberi' Luke McDonald, Big Spring: B.B.A. in Personnel Management Circle K, Delia Sigma Pi Billy Sam McLaughlin, Plainview: B.S. in lniernaiional Trade William Clinion McManus, San Angelo: B.B.A. in lndus- lrial Managemeni Charles William McMurray, Trinidad: Bachelor in Archi- reciure Dixie LaRue McMurry, Ausiin: B.S. in Horne Economics, Home Economics Club, Applied Aris Club Jack David Mc'Phaul, Lamesa: B.B.A. in Reiailing, Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Varsiiy Show James McPherson, Lubbock: B.S. in Agriculiure, Pi Kap- pa Alpha, Agronomy Club, Aggie Club Sidney Carol McSpadden, Aiion: B.B.A. in Business Edu- caiion, Phi Gamma Nu Mariha Louise Mack, Lubbock: Bachelor oi Music, Der Liederkranz, Tech Union, Town Girls Club SENIORS Jess H. Mcllvain, Pecos: Bachelor oi Archiiecrure, Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Chi Fred McKelvy, Lubbock: B.S. in Physics George James McKinzie, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Personnel Managemeni James Worfh McKnigh+, Dallas: B.B.A. in Finance Geneva McLain, Hari: B.S. in Educaiion, Alpha Chi Omega, l-lome Economics Club Clyde McLane, Jr., Rails: B.A. in Accounfing, Tech Ac- couniing Socieiy Sidney Mack, McKinney: B.S. in Texiile Engineering, Tech Vers, Phi Kappa Psi, Texiile Engineering Socieiy Roberl Wood Magee, Vernon: B.S. in Peiroleum Engi- neering Virginia Rose Mahaley, Lubbock: B.A. in Adveriising Ari' X4 Design, Alpha Chi Omega, Gargoyle Socieiy Nancy Lee Mahan, Lubbock: B.A. in Speech, Alpha Phi, Sock 84 Buskin Alberl' L. Malacara, Amarillo: Bachelor oi Music Melvin Max Malone, Olion: B.S. in Agriculiural Educa- iion, Aggie Club Angela Carol Malouf, Hamlin: B.S. in Business Educaiion Ralph B. Mabry, Peiersburg: BS. in Agronomy, Aggie Club, Alpha Zera, Agronomy Club David L. Marion, Phillips: B.S. in Elecirical Engineering, A.I.E.E. David H. Marshall, San Angelo: B.B.A. in Markefing, Tech Vers Jerry Duane Marshall, Sanford: B.S. in Chemical Engi- neering, Ve'l's Club, A.l.C.E. Wayman Dare Marshall, Morron: B.S. in Mechanical En- gineering "i l Pa+ Mafheny, Bellaire: B.S. in Foods 8: Nuiririon Harold Leon Ma'I'his, Harper, Kansas: B.S. in Agriculrural Economics, Agriculrural Economics Club Kary William Ma'l'his, Jr., Lubbock: B.S. in Agriculiure, Phi Gamma Delia, Alpha Zera, Kappa Phi Fredric Mafeiowsky, McCamey: B.A. in English Donald KeiI'h Ma'H'icks, Lubbock: BS. in Physical Edu- cafion Mary MaH'ox Childs, Galvesion: B.S. in Educaiion, Zeia Tau Alpha, E.T.A., Women Recrearional Club Delmo George Maurer, Dumas: B.B.A. in Relailing, Phi E+a Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi Jody May, ET. Worih: B.A. in Maihemaiics, Della Delia Delia, La Venrana Associaie Ediror I956, Tech Union Cornmiiiee Richard Minor Mayfield, E+. Worlh: B.S. in Archiiecrure, A.I.A. Arfhur C. Marlin, Temple: B.S. in Chemical Engineering, Scabbard and Blade, A.S.C.E. Jerry Leon Marlin, Lubbock: Bachelor of Adveriising Arr and Design, Delia Tau Della, Sam Houslon Rifles, Gar- goyle Sociely Reifa Jeanne Marlin, Plainview: B.S. in Applied Arrs, Zera Tau Alpha, Home Economics Club, Applied Arrs Club Tomme Mariin, Seymour: B.S. in Educaiion, Delia Della Deira, E.T.A. Wesley H. Marlin, Maxwell: B.S. in Dairy lndusiry, Dairy Indusrry Club, Aggie Club Mary Massey, Dallas: B.S. in Home Economics, Kappa Alpha Thera, Jr. Class Sec., Junior Council Radora Ann Massey, San Angelo: B.S. in Home Econom- ics, Phi Epsilon Omicron, Home Economics Club John Howard Mafson, E+. Worihg Bachelor of Adver- lising Arr 81 Design, Phi Gamma Deira, Phi Mu Alpha, Tech Choir John D. Meekma, Plainview: B.S. in Agricullural Engineer- ing Jay Dean A. Meeks, Amarillo: B.S, in Pelroleum Engineer- ing, A.l.M.E., Gamma Della Roberl D. Meeks, Plainview: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, A.I.E.E., Tau Bela Pi, Ela Kappa Nu Virginia Ann Meeks, Seymour: B.A. in Arl, Applied Arl Club, N.E.A. Carol Jo Meyers, Amarillo: B.B.A. in Secrelarial Adminis- lralion, Della Della Della, Ski Club Don A. Middlelon, Amarillo: B.S. in Mechanical Engineer- ing, A.S.M.E., Gordon Hall Slall Eugene L. Mikoloiuzyk, Poleel: B.S. in Pelroleum Engineer- ing, Pi Epsilon Tau, Kappa Mu Epsilon, A.l.M.E. Eugene A. Miles, Herelord: Bachelor ol Archileclure, Saddle Tramps, A.l.A., Phi Kappa Psi SENICRS William Thomas Mays, Van: B.S. in Mechanical Engineer- ing, B.S.O.. Execulive Council Winona Carole Mays, Bledsoe: B.S. in Educalion, B.S.U. Bailey Ross Mayo, Winlers: B.S. in Agronomy, Aggie Club Janice Joy Mayo, Lubbock: B.S. in Educalion, Sigma Kap- pa, Sludenl N.E.A., Rodeo Associalion William Anlhony Meaclors, Jr., Lubbock: B.S. in Educa- lion, Chrislian Science Organizalion, Sigma Tau Della, F.T.A. Roberl A. Meadows, El. Worlh: B.S. in Eleclrical Engi- neering, Ela Kappa Nu, Tau Bela Pi. c -wr Charles L. Miller, Canyon: B.S. in Educalion Donna Carolyn Miller, Priona: B.S. in Educalion, Major- Minor Club, B.S.O. Eugene James Miller, Lilllelied: B.S. in Pelroleum Engi- neering, Tau Bela Pi, Pi Epsilon Tau, A.l.M.E. Duane Lee Miller, Amarillo: B.S. in lnduslrial Engineer ing, Phi Gamma Della, Phi Mu Alpha, B.S.O. James Roberl Miller, Granger: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineer ing, A.l.E.E. James W. Miller, Canyon: B.S. in Mechanical Engineer ing, Dolphin Fralernily, A.P.O., Varsily Swimming Mary Sue Miller, E+. Worih: B.S. in Educaiion, Delia Gamma, Cheerleader, Siudeni Union Richard Miller, Fi. Worih: B.S. in Engineering, A.P.O. Ronald Max Miller, Brownfield: B.S. in Agriculiure, Dairy lndusiry Club, Dairy Producis, Judging Team, Aggie Club Bobby Leland Minich, Wirchiia Falls: B.S. in Indusirial Engineering, A.l.l.E., Engineering Socieiy Leo W. Minzenmayer, Winlrers: B.B. in Agriculrure, Ag- gie Club, Block 8: Bridle, L.S.A. Charles Edward Miskell, Big Lalce: B.S. in Secreiarial Ad- minisirarion, Tech Band, Chemical Engineering Sociery, F.T.A. Franklin D. Moore, Brownfield: B.S. in Mechanical Engi- neering, Engineering Socieiy, A.S.M.E. Janei' Sue Moore, Porrales, N.M.: B.A. in Journalism, Theia Sigma Phi, lpres.l, Associaie Ediior of '57 La Ven- Jrana, Ediior Texas Techsan Marion Wafson Moore, Sweeiwalrer: B.B.A., Delia Sig- ma Pi, Tech Accouniing Sociely, Freshman Council Joe Lynn Moore, Lovingion, N.M.: B.B.A. in lndusirial Managemenr, Phi Gamma Delia Sefh Thomas Moore, Jr., Hamilion: B.A. in Agriculfural Engineering, Kappa Sigma Wayne Davie Moore, Grand Prairie: B.S. in Indusrrial Engineering, R.O.T.C., Engineering Socieiy Ervin B. Moreman, Jr., Amarillo: B.S. in Induslrial Engi- neering, Phi Gamma Delia, A.l.l.E., Engineering Socieiy James D. Moring, Levelland: B.S. in Peiroleum Engineer- ing, A.l.l.E., Pi Epsilon Pi Leroy Edward Morrison, Jr., Brownwood: B.S. in Maihe- maiics, German Club, B.S.O. William Franklin Mifchell, San Anioniof B.B.A. in Accounr- ing, Delia Sigma Pi, Accouniing Socie+y Yvonne M. Mi'H's, Sirarford: B.B.A. in Business Educafion, Phi Gamma Nu, Disciples, Siudeni Fellowship Thomas B. Mock Jr., Por? lsabel: B.S. Peiroleum Engi- neering, A.l.M.E. Arfhur B. Monrgomery, Midland: B.B.A. in Accounring, Accouniing Sociefy, Economics Club, lnianrry Club BeH'e Fran Monfgomery, Marador: B.B.A. in Secrerarial Adminisfraiion, Delia Gamma, Siudeni' Union Lee Boyd Monfgomery, Jr., Lirlleiield: B.A. in Music Educaiion, Kappa Kappa Psi, Alpha Tau Omega, Drum Major Wendel Bruce Moody, Eden: B.S. in Agriculrural Engi- neering, Gamma Della, A.S.A.E. Charles Lynn Moore, Lohn: B.S. in Agronomy, Aggie Club, Agronomy Club Roberl' Edward Murphy, Big Spring: B.S. in Malhemaiics Bill T. Murrell, Odessa: B.S. in Chemical Engineering, A.C.S., A.I.Ch.E., Engineering Sociely Jackie Doyle Nachlinger, l-lermleigh: B.S. in Agronomy, A.T.O., Aggie Club, Agronomy Club Charles Edward Neal, Fr. Worlh: B.A. 81 B.S. in Mechan- ical Engineering, A.S.M.E., Saddle Tramps, A.P.O. Charles Leon McNeese, Trusco++: B.B.A. in Accounling Lloyd Wayne Neel, Dumas, B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. Arihur Neil Nelson, Bellon: B.S. in Educalion Cafh-erine Nelson, Brownwood: B.A. in Secrelarial Admin- islralion, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delia, Pi Bela Phi SENIORS William Earl Morrison, Rails: B.S. in Park Management l-lorliculiure Club, Circle K Nancy Morrow, Lililelield: B.B.A. in Secreiarial Admin- islraiion, Phi Gamma Nu, Sludenl Union, Dads Day Commiliee John Rich-ard Moseley, Rochelle: B.S. in Agriculfural En- gineering, A.S.A.E. Jesse Moles, Enochs: B.S. in Chemishy, Wesley Founda- 'rion Doyle Gene Munkres, Dumas: B.B.A. in Accouniing, Ac- counling Sociely Frih Richard Munzinger, El Paso: B.B.A. in Markeiing, Sigma Nu, Phi Mu Alpha, Doalc Hall Associalion Jimmy Wayne Nelson, Tulia: B.B.A. in Business Educalion, Phi Gamma Nu llvlisler Execl Nancy C. Nelson, Fi. Worih: Bachelor of Adverfising Arr 8: Design, Associale Ediior LaVen'rana, Alpha Chi Ome- ga, Gargoyle Sociely Hayden Ralph Nesmifh, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Personnel Managemenl' Carol Newbrough, Lamesa: B.S. in Civil Engineering, A.S.C.E. Janice Newsome, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Business Educalion, Pi Bela Phi lVPl, Phi Gamma Nu, Moriar Board Ann Hu'I'chens Nichols, Ausfin: BS. in Home Economics, Home Economics Club, Alpha Chi Omega Charles Wayne Noakes, Lubbock: B.S. in Chemical Engi- neering, Kappa Sigma, Engineering Sociely, Scabbard 8: Blade Palricia Ann Noles, Lubbock: B.S. in Educalion Mrs. Arnold Nored, Lubbock: B.M. in Music Educalion Kenl' Allyn Norlh, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Accounling, Della Sigma Pi, Accounling Sociely Mae Nel Nor+hcuH', San Angelo: B.A. in Music Educalion Jimmy Doyle Nowell, Plainview: B.S. in Geology, Geology Club Kennelh Don Osborn, Crane: B.S. in Educalion, E.T.A. Norman Lewis Owen, l-lobbs, N.M.: B.S. in Malhemalics, Sigma Chi Jerry Fred Owens, Lubbock: B.B,A. in Relailing, Tech Vels Nina Margarel' Ownby, Houslon: B.B.A. in Secreiarial Adminislralion, Pi Bela Phi, Union Commillee Bill Ray Parker, Lubbock: B.S. in Agricullure, Aggie Club, Block 81 Bridle, Judging Team Jimmy J. Parker, Lubbock: B.S. in Agricullural Engineere ing, Agricullural Club, American Sociely of Agricullural Engineers, Tech Vels J. W. Pal"l'en, Sweelwaler: B.S. in Malhemalics L. A. Pa'H'erson, Pelersburg: B.S. in Governmenl, Phi Kappa Psi, Pre-Law Club, Lalin Club Madelyn Ann PaH'erson, Lamesa: B.A. in Speech, Sigma Kappa, B.S.O. Clay Haughlon Oafes, Jr., Wichila Falls: B.A. in Gov- ernmenl, Pre-Law Club Don W. Oafman, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Relailing, Circle K. Della Sigma Pi, Kappa Kappa Psi Richard Lee Ochs, Dumas: B.S. in Agricullural Engineer- ing, A.S.A.E. lScribel Haskell Lynn Odom, Poslg B.S. in Educalion Alex Ogilby, III, Odessa: B.B.A. in Accounling, Tech Ac- counling Sociely, Saddle Tramps, A.P.O. Donald Ray Ormand, Odessa: B.S. in Pelroleum Engineer- ing, Kappa Sigma, A.l.M.M.P.E., Engineering Sociely Gary Eugene Orren Ashley Gordon Osborn, Amarillo: B.S. in Chemical Engi- neering, Tau Bela Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Ela Sigma Charles Henry Penningion, Texarkana: B.B.A. in lndus- Jrrial Managemeni David L. Penninglon, Posi: B.S. in Mechanical Engineer- ing, Pi Kappa Alpha, fV.P.l, lnier Eraierniiy Council, Siudeni Council James R. Perkins, Kirkland: B.S. in Elecirical Engineering, Engineering Socieiy, A.l.E.E., B.S.U. Frank D. Peferson, Amarillo: B.S. in Elecrrical Engineer- ing, A.I.E.E., Engineering Socieiy, Tau Bela Pi Alva Flefcher PeHii', Gainsville: B.S. in Mechanical Engi- neering, A.S.M.E. Gloria Mae lPeH'y, Levelland: B.S. in Educaiion, B.S.U., E.T.A. Paul William Phillip, lialy: B.B.A. in Adveriising, Phi Gamma Delia, Tech Ad Club Norman W. Pierce, Lubbock: B.A. in Speech, Opiimaies SENICRS Eva Ann Paul, Lubbock: B.S. in Home Economics Jim N. Paul, Sulphur Springs: B.S. in lndusirial Engineer ing, A.l.E.E. Dan William Pavillard, Amarillo: Bachelor of Adveriising Ari 84 Design, Gargoyle Socieiy Dean Bob Pavillard, Amarillo: B.S. in Animal Husbandry, Phi Kappa Phi, Block Xa Bridle iPres. 84 V.P'.l, College Awards Board Philip Paul Payne, Parnpa: B.B.A. in Markeiing Janis Dawn Pearson, E+. Worihg B.A. in Pre-Med. Cesar A. Pieve, Caracas, Venezuela: B.S. in Peiroleum Engineering, Cosmopoliian Club Dan Clarance lPilking+on, McKinney: B.S. in Elecrrical En- gineering, Epsilon Tau Alpha, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Tau Bela Pi Mifchell Neal Pipkin, Maiadorg B.S. in Mechanical En- gineering, S.A.E. lV.P. '56-Pres. '57l Supreme Cour'I', Siudeni Council Wilburn lrvin Pi'H'man, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Markeiing, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Kappa Phi, Band John W. PiH's, Decaiur: BS. in Elecirical Engineering. A.l.E.E.-l.R.E., Engineering Socieiy Bernard Anfhony Plefcher, Perryron: B.B.A. in Accouni- ing Alber+ Edwin Plummer, Hereford: B.B.A. in Accounling, Tech Accounling Sociely Donald Kay Ponder, Odessa: B.S. in Chemislry, B.A. in English, Kappa Sigma Barbara Jean Pope, Odessa: B.S. in Eclucalrion, Zela Tau Alpha, Y.W.C.A., Weslern Dance Commillee Dwighl' Ray Pounds, Levelland: B.A. in lvlusic, Phi Mu Alpha, B.S.U., Tech Orchesira Be'H'y Ann Powell, Dumas: B.S. in Home Economics, Zela Tau Alpha, Home Economics Club Sfanley Wayne Powers, Siephenville: B.S. in Geology, Cheerleader, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Mu Alpha I Charles Lewis Rackley, Plainview: B.B.A. in Accounfing, Delia Sigma Pi, Arnold Sociely, Phi Kappa Phi Paul Clyde Ragland, Lubbock: A.S., Geology Club, Delia Tau Delfa, Kappa Mu Epsilon Beverly Ralsfon, Dallas: B.S. Home Economics Educalion, Della Gamma, Home Economics Club Larry Don Rambo, Pelersburg: B.S. in Physical Educa- lion, Phi Kappa Psi, Arnold Sociely, lvlaior-lvlinor Club Phillip H. Ramsey, Odessa: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. Ralph C. Ramsey, Lubbock: B.B.A. Personnel Manage- menl, Della Sigma Pi, Te-ch Vefs Olin Leon Randolph, Odessa: B.S. in Chemical Engineer- ing, A.l.Ch.E., B.S.U., Engineering Sociely Bobby C. Ralliff, Hico: B.B.A. in Accounling, Tech Ac- counling Sociely Louise Eula Rafher, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Secrelarial Ad- minislralion, Phi Gamma Nu Dorolhy PraH, Lubbock: B.A. in English Arnelrle Car! 'Pres+on, Big Spring: Bachelor of Archirec- +ure, A.l.A., Phi Kappa Phi Oliver H. Pres'I'on, Lamesa: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Alpha Tau Omega, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. Joyce Louise Presfridge, Amarillo: B.S. in Home Eco- nomics, Home Economics Club Richard W. Price, Amarillo: B.S. in Elecirical Engineering, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Ela Kappa Nu, A.l.E.E. Alfred Carl Prinz, San Anlonio: B.S. in Agricullural Edu- calion, Aggie Club John W. PruiH, Lamesa: B.B.A. in Accounling Dean Maurice Quade, Rule: B.S. in Agriculfure, Gamma Della, Block 84 Bridle, Aggie Club Earl E. Redwine, Big Spring: B.B.A. in Accouniing, Can ierbury Club Fred A. Reed, Midland: B.B.A. in Business Educaiion Jerry Reese Reed, E+. Worih: B.S. in Animal Husbandry, Aggie Club Gene Reid, ldalou: B.S. in Agronomy, Agronomy Club, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Mary Alice Reidy, Lubbock: B.A. in Business Educafion Newman Club Eugene Marvin Renfro, Vernon: B.S. in Chemical Engi neering, Engineering Socieiy, A.l.Ch.E. Billy Joe Reynolds, Cameron: B.S. in Chemisfry, B.S.U., American Chemical Socieiy Bob Ray Reynolds, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Induslrial Man- agemenl, Vers Club SENIORS Douglas C. RaHan, Lubbock: B.S. in Agriculrural Engi- neering, A.S.A.E., Aggie Club Lay'I'on Raun, El Campo: B.S. in Agriculrural Engineering, Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Zeia, Wesley Eoundalion James Rendell Ray, Abernafhyp B.A. in Government Larin Club, Pre-Law lV.P.l Charles Heafh Raymer, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Markefing, Tech Ve+s L. Dean Rea, B.S. in Agricullural Science, Alpha Zeia, B.S.O., Aggie Club Janef Ann Reaves, Plainview: B.S. in Secreiarial Admin- is1'ra+ion, A.W.S., Kappa Alpha Theia Bobbie Marlene Reynolds, Slalom: B.S. in Educalion, B.S.O., Wesley Players, N.S.E.A. Don Ray Reynolds, Ropesville: B.B.A. in Indusirial Man- agement Delia Sigma Pi, Circle K, Sigma loia Epsilon Roy D. Rhoads, Jr., Lubbock: B.S. in Agriculiure, Aggie Club, Block 34 Bridle Sammy Overfon Ribble, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Refailing, Phi Kappa Psi, Tech Ski Club Charles Richards, Ozona: BS. in Animal l-lusbandry Lela Viola Richardson, San Angelo: B.A. in Music Edu- carion Mary Alice Richardson, Snyder: B.S. in Elemenlary Edu- calion, Pi Bela Phi, A.W.S. lPres.l, Book Reviewers Wayne Eldon Richardson, Quanah: B.S. in Agronomy, Aggie Club: Agronomy Club John Wayne Richey, Slalon: B.S. in Educaiion, Band William R. Richler, Thalia: B.S. in Elecirical Engineering, A.I.E.E. Carl Wayne Riehn, E+. Worlhg B.B.A. in Public Admin- isiralion Nelda Joy Riherd, Siephenvilleg M.S. in Educalion Grace Wheeler Rogers, Lubbock: B.A. in English, Morlar Board, Alpha Lambda Della James Elwood Rodgers, Hamlin: M.B.A. in Accounling, Phi Kappa Phi, Tech Accouniing Socieiy Tommy Rogers, Muleshoe: B.S. in Physics, A.I.P. Arnold Ralph Rollins, Roswell, New Mexico: Bachelor of Archileclure, A.l.A. Malcolm M. Rollins, Levelland: B.S. in Elecirical Engi- neering, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. Bobby Weldon Ransbarger, Ballinger: BS. in Elecirical Engineering Dale Joe Roselius, Panhandle: B.S. in Park Management Double T, Phi Gamma Delia James N. Rowland, Lubbock: Bachelor of Archiieciure, Alpha Tau Omega, Gargoyle Socieiy, A.l.A. Earl Davis Rusk, Bronieg B.B.A. in Accouniing, Tech Veis, Accounling Socieiy Curfis Allen Rifchie, Dallas: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineer- ing, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. Clayfon Smifh Roberson, Sfephenville, B.S. in Geology, Pi Kappa Alpha, Geology Club Don Rober'I's, Ovala: B.S. in Animal Husbandry, Aggie Club, Track Joan Roberfs, E+. Worihg B.A. in Spanish, Kappa Kappa Gamma, W-S, Sigma Della Pi John Roberfs, Siillwaler, Okla.: B.A. in Psychology, Phi Della Theia lpres.l Travis Roberfs, Eloydada: B.B.A. in Management Alpha Tau Omega Thomas Henry Roberfson, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Adveriising, Tech Ad Club Vernon H. Robnefl, Lamesa: B.S. in Geology, Tech Veis, Geology Club John Mac Sanders, Odessa: Bachelor of Archileclure, Sigma Chi, Alpha Phi Omega, Saddle Tramps Rinaldo Sanders, Lubboclc: B.B.A. in Inlernalional Trade, Saddle Tramps, Tau Pi Alpha, Economics Club Roberl' Herman Sandlin, Odessa: Bachelor of Archilec- lure, Pi Kappa Alpha W. Myron Sar'I'ain, Ill, San Anionio: B.S. in Chemislry Charles Ray Saunders, Roscoe: B.S. in Agronomy Edu- calion, Alpha Zela, Aggie Club, E.E.A. Terry Ronald Savage, Amarillo: B.S. in Elecirical Engi- neering, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E., Sludenr Religious Council John Edward SchliH'ler, Graham: B.S. in Animal Hus- bandry, Rodeo Associalion, Block 84 Bridle, Agronomy Club Jane Poenack Schneider, Plainview: B.B.A. in Marlqeling, Tau Bela Sigma SENIORS Ronald Roy Ruoho, Phillips: B.S. in Chemislry Frederic H. Sage, Ill, Alice: B.S. in Physics and Malhe- malics, Alpha Tau Omega, American lnslilule of Physics 'Pa'l'rick Hughlon Sammons, Paris: B.S. in Animal l'lus- bandry, Saddle Tramps, Aggie Club Ada Berh Sanders, Dundee: B.S. in Home Economics Educalion, Home Economics Club, E.T.A. Darryl Paul Sanders, Po-rlales, New Mexico: B.S. in Malhe- malics, Phi Kappa Psi Delberi' Alvin Sanders, Wilson: B.S. in lnduslrial Engineer- ing, Phi Kappa Psi, A.l.E.E., A.E.R.O.T.C. Ray Ola Schneider, Monahans: B.A. in Music Educalion, Mu Phi Epsilon, N.E.A. James Vance Scoggin, Greensboro, Norlh Carolina: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, A.S.M.E. Bernard Gail ScoH', Lubbock: B.B.A. in Finance, Delia Sigma Pi Elmore Beall ScoH', Jr., Daingeriield: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Richard Love Scrivener, Marshall: B.S. in Pelroleum Ge- ology, Geology Club, Sigma Gamma Epsilon Tommy Griswold Seale, Abilene: B.S. in Agronomy, Ag- gie Club, Agronomy Club, Alpha Zela Phyllis Sears, Clarksville, Arkansas: B.S. in Secreiarial Educalion, Sigma Tau Della, E.T.A., Biology Club Sharon Lea Seeliger, Lockharlr: B.A. in Business Educa- Tion, Zela Tau Alpha. Pi Omega Pi, E.T.A. H. A. Sessions, Jr., Sundown: Bachelor of Archiieclure, A.l.A., Phi Kappa Psi Glenn Bynam Shahan, McCamey: B.S. in Eleclrical Engi- neering Larry Kenl Shannon, Brownwood: B.S. in Animal Hus- bandry, Alpha Tau Gmega, Aggie Club, Block 84 Bridle Mary Jane Shannon, Lubbock: B.S. in Home Economics Educalion, Sigma Kappa, Tech Choir, Madrigal Singers J. P. Shull, Alhens: B.S. in Agronomy, Aggie Club. Agronomy Club Tom Clagelrl' Siddens, Seymour: B.S. in Eleclrical Engi- neering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Bela Pi, Phi Ela Sigma Glen Andrew Sigler, Jr., Dallas: B.S. in Eleclrical Engi- neering, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. Keni' R. Simms, Brownfield: B.S. in Peiroleum Geology, Geology Club, Canlerbury Club Ralph D. Simpson, O'Donnell: B.B.A. in Business Educalion Sara Be'I'h Simpson, Lubbock: Bachelor of Music in Music Educalion, Town Girls, Mu Phi Epsilon, Tech Choir Maurice Skillern, Levelland: B.B.A. in Markeling Glen S. Slay, McAllen: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, A.S.M.E., Wing Advisor of Bledsoe Hall Bob Gene Smilh, Plainview: B.S. in Physical Educalion, Texas Tech Sporls Club lVice-Pres.l Edward Alvin Shephard, E+. Worih: B.A. in Malhemalics William Presley Sheppard, Eleclra: B. S. in Eleclrical En- gineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Bela Pi Ralph L. Sherrill, Coolidge, Arizona: B.B.A. in Economics, Pi Kappa Alpha Sandra Lou Sherrill, Lubbock: B.S. in Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega Sara Ann Sheveland, El. Worlh: B.B.A. in Business Edu- caiion, Della Gamma, Morlar Board George Rudolph Shindler, l-louslon: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, A.S.M.E. Richard Lloyd Shirley, Anson: B.S. in Mechanical Engi- neering Duane G. Shreve, Big Spring: B.A. in Geology John Ray Smifh, Graham: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., Newman Club Gary Mac Smifh, Lubbock: B.S. in Mechanical Engineer- ing, A.S.M.E., Engineering Sociefy, A.U.S.A. Marvin B. Smi'l'h, Memphis: BS. in Pe+roleum Engineer- ing, Phi Era Epsilon, Pi Era Tau, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Tau Bela Pi Naomi Mae Smifh, Phillips: B.B.A. in Se-crelarial Admin- is1'ra'rion, Alpha Chi Omega William A. Smi'I'h, Plafleville: B.S. in lnduslrial Engineer- ing Clyde Ray Smar+, Copperas Cove: B.B.A. in Finance George Alber+ Smoo+, Wichila Falls: B.A. in English, Baplisl Sfudenl Union Ernesi' Ray Sneed, Easlland: B.S. in Pelroleum Engineer- ing. A.l.M.E., Saddle Tramps SENIORS Page 332 Calvin Evan Smi+h, Brownfield: B.B.A. in Managemeni, Tech Ve+s Carroll Dloyd Smi+h, Tahoka: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineer- mg, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. Charles T. Smiih, Fl. Worlh: B.A. in English, Della Tau Della, Wesley Founda+ion Don Wiley Smiih, Weineri: B.S. in Agronomy Science, Alpha Zela, Phi Kappa Phi, Slrudenf Religious Council Donald Eugene Smifh, Floydada: B.B.A. in Olliice Man- agemenl, Phi Era Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Io+a Epsilon Elvin Smifh, Coleman: B.S. in Agronomy Economics, Tech Vers, Economics Club, Aggie Club Joe A. Sneed, Amarillo: B.S. in lndusirial Engineering, Alpha Phi Omega, A.l.l.E., Circle K Jimmy Snell, Eunice, New Mexico: B.B.A. in Accounling, Kappa Kappa Psi lPres.l, Tech Band Peier Gordon Snow, Charleslon, Wesr Virginia: B.A. in Government Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Era Sigma, Pi Sigma Alpha Thomas Wayne Sorrells, Dallas: B.S. in lnduslrial Engi- neering, Kappa Sigma, Arnold Air Sociely, Engineering Socieiy Al'I'on Neal Sparks, Colorado Ci'ry: B.S. in Agronomy Educalion, Alpha Zela, F.F.A., Aggie Club Frederick Speck, l-lexl: B.S. in Civil Engineering Raymond L. Speer, Flomol: B.S. in Civil Engineering, A.S.C.E. Sandra Jean Spellman, Brownfield: B.A. in Secrelarial Adminislraiion, Zela Tau Alpha, Varsiiy Show Wendell Spence, Lubbock: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, Kappa Kappa Psi Carl Ludwig Spifz, Dallas: B.S.A. in Dairy lndusfry, Dairy lndusiry Club, Aggie Club John B. Sporar, Galveslon: B.S. in Pelroleum Geology. Della Tau Della, Alpha Psi Omega, Geology Club Billy Douglas Springfield, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Accounfing Theia Gamma Della, B.S.O., A.l.l.E, Donald Ray Slephens, Amarillo: B.S. in lnduslrial Engi- neering, A.l.l.E. Doyle Edwin Sfephens, Lubbock: Bachelor of Archilec- lure, A.l.A. Hollis Joe Sfephens, Lubbock: B.S. in Eleclrrical Engineer- ing, Kappa Sigma, Circle K, lnlernalional A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Talmadge A. Slephenson, Cenier: B.S. in Peiroleum En- gineering, A.l.lvl.E. Jack Gardner Sleward, Eldorado: B.S. in Mechanical En- gineering Kennelh Sfeward, l-larlingen: B.S. in Peiroleum Engineer- ing, Kappa Sigma B. Franklin Sfewarf, Cameron: B.S. in Elecirical Engineer- ing, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E., Texas Tech Amaieur Radio Club Palsy Slice, Brownfield: B.S. in Elemeniary Eclucaiion, Kappa Kappa Gamma Hal Maynard Sfockfon, Dallas: B.S. in Eleclrical Engi- neering, B.A. in Maihemalics, A.l.E.E., Kappa Sigma Bobby Neal Springfield, Gainesville: B.A. in lndusfrial Managemeni Rodney Sfaggs, Big Spring: B.S. in Elecirical Engineering, A.I.E.E. Raiford Slainback, Talpa: B.S. in lndusirial Engineering, Thela Gamma Della, BSO., A.I.E.E. Theron C. S'I'aley, Vernon: Bachelor of Archiieclure Gloria Jane Slafon, Lubbock: B.S. in Applied Aris, Dis- ciples Sludenl Fellowship, Home Economics Club, Town Girls John Elcl-on Slraugham, Coleman: B.A. in Chemislry. American Chemical Sociely, Der Leiderkranz Rufh Marie Slanley, Maiador: B.A. in Spanish, Capa de Espanda, Cosmopoliian Club, Record Dance Commilfee Thomas Cecil S+ulman, Housion: B.B.A. in Economics Jimmy Jean S+ro+her, Shallowaler: B.S. in Eleclrical En- gineering, A.l.l.E., Engineering Socieiy Carol Morgan Suddulh, Tyler: B.S. in Elemeniary Edu- caiion, E.T.A. Charles Donald Sudduih, Lubbock: B.S. in Agriculiure, l-lorliculiure Club Bobby Joe Sullivan, Seminole: B.B.A., Tech Accouniing Sociely Philip Haines Szenasi, Odessa: B.S. in Chemisiry Cloyce A. TalboH', Megargel: B.S. in Pelroleum Engineer- ing, Pi Epsilon Tau, A.l.lv1.E. Alice Ann Taliaferro, Eorl' Worih: B.S. in Elemeniary Educaiion, S.N.E.A. Edward Cur+is Tally, ll, Juslin: B.B.A., Phi Gamma Delia, Circle K SENIORS E. Darrell Sfone, Posi: B.S. in Pelroleum Engineering, A.l.M.E., Pi Epsilon Tau Leland Maxwell S+one, Lilllefield: B.B.A., Kappa Sigma, Circle K, Scabbard 8: Blade Sandra Doro'l'hy Sfone, Lubbock: B.A. in English, Delia Gamma, Town Girls, Wesiminisier Fellowship James E. Sfoves James D. Sfrawn, Houslon: B.S. in Mechanical Engineer- ing and lndusirial Engineering, Sigma Nu, Phi Eia Sigma, A.S.M.E., I.S.M.E. Sharinne Siriclxland, Plainview: B.B.A. in Secreiarial Ad- minisiraiion, Sigma Kappa, Phi Gamma Nu, Boolc Re- view Club Billy James TapscoH, Wildorado: B.S. in Agriculiural Educaiion, Aggie Club William Roberi' Tanner, Dallas: B.S, in Geology, Geology Club John L. Tarpley, Gladewaier: B.S. in Peiroleum Engineer- ing, A.l.M.E. John Arden Taylor, Lorenzo: B.S. in Pre-Medical, Pre Medical Club, BSO. Henry E. Teague, Temple: B.S. in Elecirical Engineering, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. Dorofhy Dell Teer, Lubboclc: B.B.A. in Business Educaiion Jim Ten Eyck, Midland: B.S. in Civil Engineering, A.S.C.E. Charles Ray Terrell, Odessa: B.B.A. in Personnel Manage- menl', B.S.O., Saddle Tramps, lnier-Dormiiory Council Dewey Joseph Th-ames, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Markeiing, Newman Club Donald Lee Terrell, Plainview: B.S. in Agricullure, Agron- omy Club, Alpha Zela, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Era Sigma Alfred Thieme, Jr., Coahoma: B.S. in Agricullure Jay D. Thomas, Olion: B.B.A. in Accounling, Phi Kappa Psi, B.S.O. Sidney Lee Tolberf, Vega: B.S. in Pelroleum Engineering, Pi Epsilon Tau, A.l.M.E., Tau Bela Pi Roy Kenne+h Tollin, Lubbock: Bachelor of Archiieciure, Alpha Tau Omega, A.l.A., Gargoyle Socieiy Jimmie Marie Tomlinson, Tulia: B.B.A. in Secrelarial Ad- minisiralion, Sigma Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delia, All- College Recepiion Service Roberf D. Troy, Dallas: Bachelor of Archiieclure, Ameri- can lns+i+u+e of Archiiecls George W. Trui'H', Sunray: B.S. in lnduslrial Engineering, A.l.l.E. Lanny M. Tucker, Esiellineg B.S. in Agricullure. E.F.A., Aggie Club Shirley Wayne Tucker, Eslelline: B.S. in Educaiion Thomas A. Tune, Ranger: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineering, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Billy Ray Turner, ldalou: B.B.A, in Accouniing, Tech Ac- couniing Sociely David Warren Thompson, Borger: B.B.A., Phi Gamma Della, Saddle Tramps, Circle K. Dwain Homer Thompson, Fi. Worih: B.S. in Agricul- iural Educafion, Aggie Club. Wade Thompson, Jr., Dimmill: B.S. in Agricullure. Wylie Garland Thorn+on, Jr., Liiilefield: B.B.A. in Fi- nance, Sigma Nu, Circle K, Finance Club Jimmy Berl' Thrush, Lubbock: B.A. in English, Phi Delia Thejra Emalu Tice, Lubbock: B.S. in Home Economics Educaiion, l-lome Economics Club Roberi' Tilberf Pa+ricia Ann Tisdale, Ballinger: B.A. in l-lisiory, Spanish Club, Pi Bela Phi, Junior Council George Wayne Vinson, Lubboclc: B.S. in Elecfrical Engi- neering, A.I.E.E. Edmund Reinier Voufe, Hagerman, New Mexico: B.B.A. in Marlceiing, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sam Houslon Rifles Billy Jene Waddle, Cedar Hill: B.S. in Agriculfure, Phi Gamma Della, B.S.O., Aggie Club Garland A. Wade, Tulia: Bachelor of Archiiecrure, A.l.A. Ehrhardi' Leslie Wagner, Dallas: B.S. in Animal Husband- ry, Phi Mu Alpha, Scabbard and Blade, Bloclc and Bridle Travis E. Walden, Ollon: B.S. in Agricullural Engineering, A.S.A.E. Joanne Marie Waldhauser, Clovis, New Mexico: Bachelor of Ari, Gamma Phi Bela, Rodeo Club, World Travelers Club. Aubry Wayne Waldrop, Marla: B.B.A. in Management Sigma Nu SENIORS Charles Wayne Turner, Bowie: B.S. in Educalion, Physical Educalion Club, Army R.O.'l'.C. Joe Ben Turner, Marlin: B.B.A. in Finance, Kappa Sigma, Circle K. Ben Lynn Turpen, Amarillo: B.S. in Chemislry, Engineer ing Sociely, A.l. Chemislry Mary Joanne Updilce, Phillips: B.S. in Elemenlary Educa- lion, Della Sigma Psi, S.N.E.A., A.C.E. Bob Frank VereHo, Lubboclc: B.B.A. in Accounling, Ac- counling Socieiy, Phi Kappa Psi Royce Vernon, Lubboclc: B.A. in English Carol Lane Walker, Lohn: B.S. in Bacferiology James P. Walker, Brownfield: B.S. in Pelroleum Geology, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Kappa Kappa Psi, Geology Club Charles Henry Wallace, Granbury: B.S. in Agricullure, Aggie Club, Bloclc 81 Bridle, Rodeo Associalion Charles Ray Waller, Corsicana: B.S. in Pelrroleum Engi- neering, Phi Della Thela John Sherman Walsh, San Anlonio: B.B.A. in Accounling, Tech Vels, Tech Accounling Sociely Louis Norman Wol+ers, Lewisville: B.S. in Elecirical Engi- neering, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. James Mark Walfon, Hillsboro: B.S. in Mechanical Engi- neering, Sigma Chi, Alpha Phi Omega, A.S.M.E. John Wayne Walfon, Carllon: B.S. in Agricullure Denese Ward, Hillsboro: B.S. in Educalion Lloyd G. Ward, Borger: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, A.S.M.E. Waller D. Warren, Meadow: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineer- ing, Tau Bela Pi, A.I.E.E., Ela Kappa Nu Beverly Ann Warfes, Brownfield: B.B.A. in Secrelarial Adminislralion, Alpha Lambda Della, Phi Gamma Nu Jack Darwin WaHs, Vernon: B.S. in Eleclrical Engineer- ing, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. James F. Walls, San Angelo: B.B,A. in Adverlising, Vers Club, Adverlising Club, B.S.O. George Lee Weaver, San Angelo: B.S. in Pelroleum En- gineering, A.l.M.E. Guy L. Weaver, Hamlin: B.S. in Agricullural Educalion, E.E.A., E.T.A., Aggie Club Roberl' Travis Weaver, Lamesa: B.S. in Mechanical Engi- neering, A.S.M.E., Tau Bela Pi, Phi Ela Sigma Tobye Weaver, Hamlin: B.S. in Elemenlary Educalion, l:.T.A., B.S.U., Sock 81 Buslcin Bill Webb lGradualel, Groves: B.A. in Adverlising, Ad- verlising Club Mildred E. Webb: MS. in Home Economics Educalion Wayne Lee Webb, Amarillo: B.B.A. Douglas A. Waskom, Dallas: Archileclural Engineering Clyde Wafers, Odessa: B.S. in lnduslrial Engineering, Sigma Chi, A.l.l.E. Eldon Ray Wafers, Snyder: B.S. in Geology, Sigma Gam- ma Epsilon, Geology Club, Vels Club Richard Walkins, Dallas: Bachelor of Music, Phi Mu Alpha, Tech Choir Rodger Billy Waflcins, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Adverlising, Vers Club, Adverlising Club, Circle K Sarah Ann Wafkins, Arlinglon: B.S. in Elemenlary Educa- lion, Gamma Phi Bela, E.T.A. James M. Walson, Lubbock: B.B.'A. in Accounling, Tech Accounling Sociely, Vers Club Leslie Wafson, Houslon: B.S. in Elemenlrary Educalion, Alpha Phi. 'H3H"""1 M' I i Harold R. Wes+moreI-and, Dallas: Bachelor of Archirec- lure, Vers Club, Circle K, Alpha Chi Roberf Farr Wham, Hobbs, New Mexico: B.S. in Music Eclucalion, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Ela Sigma Marilyn Marcom Wham, Levellandq B.S. in Educafion, Tech Band, Tau Bela Sigma, A.W.S. Nafhan Wheaf, Nixon: B.S. in Agricullural Educafion, Aggie Club, Sabre Elighi, F.E.A. Ann Wheeler, El Campo: B.S. in Secrelarial Educalion, Della Della Della, Wesley Eoundalion Bob Wheeler, Roswell, New Mexico: B.S. in Civil Engi- neering, Phi Kappa Psi, Engineering Sociely. James E. Whi+acre, Lubbock: B.B.A. in Finance, Phi Kap- pa Psi, Tech Band, Kappa Kappa Psi Robe-rf D. Whifaker, Denver Cilyg B.S. in Pelroleum Engi- neering, A.l.M.E., Pi Epsilon Tau SENIORS Harrief Websfer, Dallas: B,A. in Spanish, Zela Tau Alpha, Capa y Espada, Le Cercle Francais BeH'y Joyce Weeks, Grand Prairie: B.S. in Clolhing and Texliles, l-lome Economics Club, Disciples Sludenl Fel- lowship Bernard Ralph Welch, Poslg B.S. in Agricullure, Pi Kappa Alpha, Block 8: Bridle Billie Ann Welch, Fl. Worlhf B.B.A. in Secrelarial Admin- islraiion, Bible Chair Richard T. Weldon, Waxahachie: Bachelor of Archilec- lure, Gargoyle Socieiy Joe Dick Wesfbrook, Big Lalceg B.B.A. in lnduslrial lvlan- agemenl, Sigma Nu lLl'. Comclr.l, Senlinel Billy R. Whife, Gainesville: B.B.A. in Accounling, Della Sigma Phi, Tech Accounring Socie'l'y Elizabefh Gail Whi'l'e, Brownfield: Bachelor of Adverlising Ari 84 Design, Pi Bela Phi, Gargoyle Club, Aolverlising Club Joe V. While, Anson: B.S. in Agricullure, Aggie Club Roy E. While, Los Alamos, New Mexico: B.S. in Peiro- leum Geology, Geology Club, Sigma Nu Jean Ann Whilehouse, E+. Worlhg B.S. in Elemenlary Educalion, Zela Tau Alpha, F.T.A. James Neal Williams, Coleman: B.S. in Secrelarial Edu- cafion Roberf O. Whilson, Amarillo: B.S. in Elecrrical Engineer- ing, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. Billy J. Wiley, Alvord: B.S. in Geology, Geology Club Lloyd L. Wilkins, Wellinglong B.S. in Perroleum Engineer- ing, Tau Bela Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon K. Dennis Willcs, Eloydacla: B.S. in Agricullural Educaiion Michael H. William, Pyolre: B.S. in Home Economics Billy Floyd Williams, Irving: B.S. in Mechanical Engineer- ing, A.S.M.E., Tau Bela Pi, Phi Era Sigma James Amos Wilson, Lubbock: B.A. in Governmeni, Pre- Law Club Pa'l'ricia Anne'He Wilson, Housron: B.A. in English, Sigma Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delia, Sigma Tau Della Roberi Earl Wilson, Perryron: B.B.A. in Managemenr ScoH'y Eugene Windham, Tuscola: B.S. in Agriculrural Educalion Ollie Neal Winegar, Phillips: B.A. in Geology, German Club, Geology Club Milburn Eugene Wink, Roberr Lee: lGradua+el, Masfer of Agriculiural Educarion, Aggie Club, Saddle Tramps, Alpha Zela Roberl' M. Winn, Sweeiwarer: B.S. in Geology, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, S.E.M.P., Geological Socieiy John Miller Winslow, Menard: B.A. in Chemisrry, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Arnold Air Sociely Louis N. Wollers, Lewisville: B.S. in Eleolrical Engineer- ing, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Morris Lee Williams, Lubbock: B.B.A. in lnduslrial Man- agemeni E Ray A. Williams, Morron: B.S. in Agriculiural Educaiion, Aggie Club, F.E.A., Rodeo Associarion RoseHa Williams, Knorr: B.S. in Home Economics, Home Economics Club Willfleen Williams, Imperial: B.B.A. in Business Educaiion Michael H. Williamson, Big Spring: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, A.S.M.E. Helen J. Willis, Dumas: B.S. in Music, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Associalion of Music Srudenrs Bobby Horace Wilson, Lipan: B.S. in Animal Husbandry, Block 84 Bridle, Double T Elizabe'I'h Wilson, l-lousionf B.B.A., Pi Bela Phi, Newman Club, Slci Club Velma Colleen Woolen, lclalou: B.S. in Home and Family Liie, I-l.E. Club, F.T.A. Jimmy O. Worley, Housioni B.S. in Agriculiural Educa- iion, Aggie Club, Radio Club, E.E.A. Mary Jo Worsfell, Houslon: B.A. in Ari, Alpha Chi Omega Billy Joe Wrigh+, Plainview: B.B.A. in Accouniing, Delia Sigma Pi, Tech Accounling Socieiy Clyde Davies Wrigh'I', Odessa: B.B.A. in Oiiice Manage- meni, Circle K, B.S.O., S.I.E. Harold Dean Wrigh'I', Childress: B.B.A. in Accouniing, Della Sigma Pi John Talmadge Wrighi, Pampa: B.S. in Economics, Circle K, Veis Club Bennie Ray Wygal, Rails: B.A. in Speech, Sock 84 Buslcin SENIGRS Morris Womack, Lubbock: B.S. in Civil Engineering, Phi Gamma Delia, A.S.C.E., S.A.M.E. Peggy J. Womble, Siinneii: B.S. in Home Economics Edu- caiion, Phi Beia Phi Ernes+ine Wood, Lamesa: B.S. in Elemeniary Educaiion, F.T.A., B.S.U., A.lv1.S. ' Roberl' A. Wood, Odessa: B.B.A. in lndusirial Manage- meni, Circle K Bobby L. Woodward, Anson: B.S. in Civil Engineering, A.S.C.E. Julian R. Woods, Kermii: B.B.A. in Rerailing l Lefha Befh WyaH', Girard: B.S. in Home Economics Edu- caiion, Home Economics Club, Phi Upsilon Omicron Neil Marla Wya'H', Snyder: B.B.A. in Finance, Alpha Tau Omega, Tech Accouniing Socieiy, R.O.T.C. Glenda June Wygal, Rails: M.A. in Psychology Loma J. Wynn, Meadow: B.S. in Educalion George Wiley Yeargain, Pampa: B.B.A. in Markeiing Roberi' John Yeary, Morion: B.S. in Peiroleum Engineer- ing. A.l.M.E. Warren Alan York, Dallas: B.S. in lndusirial Engineering, A.l.E.E. Beverly Sue Young, Muleshoe: B.S. in Elemeniary Educa- Jrion, F.T.A. Jack Garner Young, Winiers: B.B.A. in Markeiing, Sigma Chi John Zangas, Midland: B.S. in Texiile Engineering, Phi Psi, Texiile Engineering Associalion Brooks M. Zeigler, Jr., Lubbock: BS. in Peiroleum Engi- neering, AIME, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Epsilon Tau John Pos'I'on, Gafesville: B.S. in Civil Engineering, A.S.C.E. C. J. Wren, Lubbock: BA. in English, Toreador Edilor i957-'58 Page 34I 1 Jerry D. Baker, Lubbock Mary Elizabefh Baker, Fi. Worih Newell Barker, Lagunillas, Venezuela, Soulh America Page 344 Sariim Baker, Lubbock Billy G. Bailey, Plainview Larry Bur'I'on Baird, Kilgore Jasper Hooker Baldwin, Jr., Larnesa Tommy Ballard, Shallowaier Elizabefh Ann Balzer, l-louslon Don Randall Barber, Floydada Melvyn A. Barham, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Kay Barley, Lubbock Toni C. Bannisfer, Lubbock Billy Lee Barron, Midland Don Barlon, Lubbock Mary Ann Barlon, Wichiia Falls Ken Bass, l-luichins David Baucom, Sulphur Springs John Wesley Beard, Lubbock Harold Dean Beeman, Odessa Bobby Carol Beilve, Borger Jackie Lee Belcher, Andrews Don Wayne Bell, Lubbock Frank LeRoy Bell, Abilene Joan Abel, Lubbock Mary Ann Adair, Odessa Ann Dal'l'on Adams, Vernon Joyce Darleene Adamson, Midland Marilyn Ann Adrian, Housion Dixie Kaye Aker, Lubbock Bill Ray Allen, Chrisloval Gary Marshall Allen, Saginaw Rodney Bruce Allen, Crosbyion Billie Nell Alexander, Borger Brooksye Nell Alexander, Plainview Dean Alexander, Lovingion, New Mexico Grace E. Alexander, Fl. Worlh Mar'l'ha Kay Alexander, Temple Billy Charles Anderson, Odessa Brookie Lee Anderson, Lovinglon, New Mexico Cecyle Yvonne Anderson, Paducah Roger Kenl Anderson, San Angelo Wilberf A. Andres, Albany Duane William Anglen James Donald Apple, Aledo Mary Moni'I'a Apple, Fi. Worlh Joe Ann Ashby, Troup Gene Arlhur, Jackson l-lole, Wyoming Don P. Aufill, Cleveland Jack Lavele Aufill, Lubbock Alice AnneH'e Aus+in, Tyler James Bishop Boggs, Fl. Wor+h JUNICRS Vernon William BraHon, Jr., Del Rio William Ray BraHon, Crane Virginia Lea Bray, Lubbock William Franklin Brazelfon, Jr., Olney Ru+h Goel Breazeale, San Angelo John Franklin Brewer, Lubbock Vernon Brewer, Brownfield Bob Louis Brien, l-lousion Leland Joseph BriH'ing, Amarillo Gerald Kelfon Brock, Odessa James Arfhur Brockman, Dumas Maredifh Ann Brooks, Pampa Royce G. Brooks, Lubbock Sandra Sue Broome, Anfon Roberl' Edward Brunson, Borger Bobby Frazier Brown, Lamesa Eddie M. Brown, Lubbock Harlen Dell Brown, Plainview Jean Brown, Graham Peggy Donnell Brown, Throckmorlon William Brownfield, Snyder Karen Kay Bryan, l-louslon Barbara A. Bryant Fl. Worrh Karen Kay Bryan, Posf Mack Campbell Buchanen, Pecos Elmer Douglas Buckelew, Fr. Worrh BeH'y Bucy, Brownwood Beverly June Bumpass, Midland John Louis Burgess, Waco John Andrew Burke, Jr., Paris, Texas Charles Lewis Bellah, Lubbock Paula Elaine Bell, Lilllelield Arlyss Ray Ben+on, Lubbock Ar+hur Richard Berg, New Deal Roberf Berry, Quilman J. W. Biediger, Marla Rober+ Joe Bills, Fabens Mary Cafherine Birkelbach, El Paso Bill Mason Bivens, Tulia M. Carolyn Black, Colorado Cily Ed Howard Black, Midland Derwood Carlos Blagrave, Big Spring Carroll D. Blake, Wichila Falls Carl Blonkvisf, Pampa Carrol Tafford Blessing, Fl. Worlh John Ed Blessing, Amhersl Alvin Gene Born, Folleil Comer Riden Born, Lancasier Clovis Canon Bo+kin, Flal Max L. Bowen, Jal, New Mexico Douglas K. Boyd, Graham Freddie G. Boyd, Lubbock Gene Frank Boyd, Plainview Dale Eldon BoyeH', Albany Billy Ben Boyles, Muensler Sidney Linda Boynlon, l-louslon Linda Bradberry, Bronle Bill Bradley, Big Spring Gerald Eugene Bradley, Posl Gene Donald BraHon, Brady Page 346 Keilh W. Cecil, Jr., Lubbock Grelchen Kay Chappell, Fl. Worlh Clarence Marshall Chase, Midland Sharon Rulh Chick, Lubbock Zoe Rena Chinn, Denver, Colorado Wm. Thomas Chisholm, Brownlield Jacke Carol Chrislian, Wealherlord Marvin G. Churchwell, Plainview Donald Roy Clark, Fl. Worlh Lewis Edwin Clark, Crowley Eddie Calahan Claylon, Odessa John Monllord Clark, Jr., Rosebud Randall David Clark, Fl. Worlh Roberl Allen Clark, Miami, Texas Troy Wayne Clark, Shamrock T. Mike Cline, Lubbock Donald Edward Clough, Van Horn James Melvin Clem, Texarkana David Earl Clemens, Midland Preslon Eugene Cleveland, Caclus Thomas G. Clevenger, Dallas James Gary Coalson, Tyler John Kennelh Cobb, Pecos Roberl Lee Cobb, Plainview Palsy Jeanelle Burke, Sundown Charles Spencer Burks, Knoll Mary Lou Burleson, Lubbock Winlred H. Burleson, Odessa Beverly Jean Burnell, Amarillo Grady Lee Buller, Wichila Falls Bobby Lee Byrd, Claude John Paul Cain, Sweelwaler Judy Jane Calmes, Dallas Charlolle Anne Campbell, Ralls Ralph Gunn Campbell, Jr., Fl. Worlh Larry J. Cannon, Pampa Roberl Thomas Cannon, lca, Peru Bobby Graham Canon, Monahans Joe Alexander Canllon, Ml. Vernon Clair Allen Carden, Amarillo James M. Caraway, De Leon Jesse Edmond Carpenler, Abilene Leslie L. Cargile, Seminole Barbara Jo Carroll, Tahoka Clyde M. Carroll, Fayelleville, Arkansas Edward Henry Carler, Phillips John Swain Carler, La Marque Paula Jean Carlwrighl, Loraine Richey Slanlon Cary, Loraine Hazel Mary Casey, Houslon Travis L. Casler, Wealherlord Herman Benlon Cassaday, Llano Emory Lewis Cassell, Lubbock Palricia Ann Cassidy, San Anlonio JUNICRS Dorofhy Carol Cummings, Wichiia Falls Juanell Cunyus, Lockney Edwin Gerald Dobbs, Souihland L. Lou Dod, Rankin LaNelle Dahnke, Lubbock Tommie Glenn Daniel, Mayneal Charles Wade Dar'I'er, Childress Laura Carolyn Davanf, Blessing Ralph Mason Davidson, Wilson Billy F. Davis, Liiileiield John Frank Davis, Fi. Worih George Edmund Davis, Jacksboro Jerry Davis, Lubbock Lawrence Porier Davis, Midland Ross Doyle Davis, Jr., Sweeiwaier Enoch Lee Dawkins, Snyder George Earl Dawson, Lubbock Carole Ann Deen, Siamiord Claude Harlon Dempsey, Odessa John C. Dennison, Odessa Donald Hugh Denion, Tyler James Moody Dickerson, Colorado Cily Karen Sue Dickson, Lubbock William Woodford Didlake, Borger Marvin Alfon Dierschke, San Angelo James Wayne Dinsmore, Fi. Worih Donald R. Dison, Levelland James Wendell Dixon, l-laskell John Roberl' Dixon, Navasoia Jull Dodge, Pasadena Thomas Paul Cobb, Jr., Lubbock Freylon B. Coffey, Liille Rock, Arkansas Harold Loyd Colberf, Liiileiield Bevie Ann Coll, Fi. Worlh Floyd Olis Cole, McCamey Bobby B. Coleman, San Saba Jack Bourne Colley, Odessa Malcom C. Collier, Jr., l-lousion Roberf Jennings Collier, Lubbock Howard Neal Collins, Lubbock James Franklin Collins, Floydada Auiry B. Condron, Throckrnorion John Marcus Connally, Jr., Lubbock Clayfon L. Cooke, l-lousion Mary Louise Coons, Woliiorih Donald Herberi' Coonrod, Abilene Ella Jo Coving'I'on, Crosbyion Grady Cozby, Sfamford Jerry David Craff, Jacksboro Jackie L. Crawford, Flousion Carol Crews, Las Vegas, New Mexico John Russell Crews, Childress Doyle Kennefh Criswell, Brownfield Fred C. Cross, Snyder Sandra Ann Crouch, Lubbock Don Carrole Crumbley, Azle John Adrian Crumpler, Abilene Lewis Wayne Culp, Lubbock Barbara R. Culver, Seminole James W. Culver, Seminole Page 348 Orville Elman Ellior, Amarillo Roberl' Lee EllioH, Jr., Dalharl Willie L. Ellis, Muleshoe Richard Einor Emery, El Paso Jimmie Lee Eschle, Groom Sandra Jane Esfep, Trenr Richard C. Esfes, Lubbock Billy J. Eiheredge, Eldorado Anna Maudine Eubanks, Maple Jan K. Eubank, Lubbock Ralph Cary Eubank, Fr. Worlh Jimmie Elfon Evans, Cleburne Billy Jack Everhearf, Lubbock Kennelh W. Evers, Odessa Joe F. Fair, Marador James F. Farmer, Big Spring Odie B. Faulk, San Angelo Orin George Fell, Texon Roy Fell, Texon Roberl' Dan Fenley, Lubbock Gerald W. Fenley, Phillips Donald Paul Ferguson, Kilgore Curfiss Max Feuge, San Angelo Roy Field, Dalharr Don Dolle, Lirilefield Jo Ann Doss, Plainview Charles Drake, Brownfield Norman Leslie Dreyer, Bellaire Howard Edward Driggers, Tyler Sandra Dudley, Lubbock Elvera Fern Duerksen, Plainview Lily Mae Duggar, Lubbock Roberl' B. Dumas, Brownfield Bobby David Dunlap, Posl Jay Teel Dunlap, Jr., Fr. Worlh Palsy Jean Dunn, Big Spring Billy Joe Dyer, Fi. Worlh Roberl' Dyer, Tulia John R. Early, Jr., Andrews William Eugene Eblen, Jr., Paducah Judy Ann Echlund, Bremerlon, Washinglon Carson Donnell Echols, Lamesa Sherman Horace Eckols, Ausrin Jack Edgards, Paris James l. Edlin, Channing Paul Wai'I'e Edwards, Fr. Worrh Eleanor Merle Eidman, Housron Ed L. Eilelman, Fl. Worih Russ Evere'He Ekblad, l-louslon Harold Wayne Elledge, Knox Ciiy Be'H'y Carolyn Eller, Lubbock Charles Procfor EllioH', Plainview Jean Ellior, l-lousron Kennefh Edward EllioH', Abilene JUNICDRS James C. Goggan, Henderson Kennefh Ray Good, Denver Ciiy Roberi' Lee Good, Lubbock Elgan Cliffon Goodman, Jr., Tulia Loyd R. Goodwin, Ear+h Carol Ann Gordon, Spur Jerie Ann Gordy, El Paso John C. Galle, Midland William F. Grady, Jr., Lubbock Daniel Morfon Graham, Amarillo Ann Graves, Fi. Worih Gerald J. Gray, Graham Roberi O. Gray, Midland Curfis G. Green, Jr., Anchorage, Alaska George William Green, Plainview John Gilberi' Green, Hobbs, New Mexico Mary Ann Green, Seminole Norris B. Green, Jr., Housion Waller Chesfer Green, Penelope Harold Don Gregorg, Midland Mary lvan GresseH', Odessa Raymond A. GresseH', Arlesia, New Mexico Donald Joe Grimes, Seagraves William Barry Grove, Fl. Worrh Doyle Grundy, Floydada Calvin Marlin Gun1'er, Lubbock Elizabefh Ann Gu'I'hrie, Glosfer, Louisiana Truman G. Hagler, Anson Billy Sam Hale, Eldorado Darrell Hale, Roian Julia Elizabefh Fifer, Lubbock Bobby Gene Flefcher, San Angelo W. H. Floyd, Huichins Boyd Melvin Fosfer, Kress Carol Jayne Fosfer, Pampa Roy Edward Fosfer, Daingerlield, Texas William L. Ford, Jr., Del Rio Charles R. Foreman, San Angelo Kei'I'h Royce Forfner, Levelland Sherman Lee Founfain, Odessa David Fowler, Ralls Wallace Fowler, Kilgore Sam Francis, Las Vegas, New Mexico Elaine Ann Frisbie, Lubbock Grover Franklin Furr, Jr., Olney Gabriel G. Garcia, Amarillo Ruben Peney Garcia, Corpus Chrisii Owen Don Garrefson, Roswell, New Mexico Philip Don Gales, Sirailord Mary M. Gafewood, Garland Jim B. Gause, Midland Beverly Geniry, Plainview Dale Dwayne Gibson, Lamesa John Vance Gilberf, Amarillo Jack W. Giles, Wichiia Falls Wal'I'er Ellis Gillon, Rails Mary Ann Girod, ldalou Harvey Daniel Glass, Jr., Sferling Cilry Charlie Glassie, Fi. Worih Clyde L. Godfrey, Arlingron Page 350 Nancy Ruih Henry, Lamesa Loren Boyd Henson, Odessa Jerry R. Herndon, McKinney Edward A. Herring, Borger Russell Herringfon, Odessa Edward A. Herring'I'on, Odessa Paula Hesfer, Odessa Wendell Arlen Hesfer, Lubbock Clifford Wayne HeweH, Plainview Thomas J. Hickman, Fr. Worih Jan Higinbolham, Lubbock Eugene C. Hill, Liiileiield Claude Larry Hill, Munday Claudefl' Hill, Lubbock Ronald Hugh Hill, Albany Windell Leon Hill, Sudan Myron R. Hillman, San Anionio Andrew C. Hinkle, Amarillo Bruce O. Hinkson, Floydada David Hirschfield, San Angelo James Hogan, Lubbock John Edward Holbrook, Lubbock Wilson B. Holden, lll, Lubbock Joe Ed Holder, Sania Fe, New Mexico Ruby Lee Hales, Amarillo Harry Allen Hall, San Anionio Bobby Halman, Cisco Howard L. Hallmark, Wichiia Falls Tom Vance Haby, Uvalde Mickey Vaughn Ham, Lubbock William L. Hamilfon, Sherman Bobby Ray Hamman, Plainview Roy Nell Hammonds, Floydada Charles P. Hammer, Midland Billy Alvin Hamplon, Oruver Rober'l' Lewis Hanaway, Wichiia F Rober+ W. Hardin, Amarillo Derry D. Harding, Levelland Don G. Harmel, Megargel Ni+a Jean Harvey, Abilene Doroihy Horsley, Muleshoe Mary Kafhryn Harrison, Fl. Worih William Roberi Harrison, Tyler Margarei' Hash, Wolriorih Monfe S. Hasie, Lubbock Barbara Lynn Hawk, Perryion Arline J. Hayden, Lubbock Edward Dyer Hayden, Abilene Ni'l'a Jo Hecllesfon, Big Spring Louis E. Heinze, Miles James E. Henderson, Twiiiy alls Jerome Dean Henderson, Lubbock Jean Marie Hennings, Groves Jack Hopkins Henry, Floydada JUNICDRS Jerrie Ivey, Big Spring Gene D. Jackson, Lorenzo Carole Anne Jacobs, Odessa Roberi' Cullum James, Jr., Fi. Worlh Edward Pefer Jancek, New York Ciiy, N. Y. Daniel John Jansa, Miles Jeraldine Jasper, Odessa Marshall T. Jeffus, Deporl William Jenkins, Jr., Dallas Roberf Lane Jennings, Tulia Frank Hubbard Johns, Alhens Jay Hugh Johnson, Jr., Amarillo Jay Lynn Johnson, Housion Loren W. Johnson, Olney Pegie Joyce Johnson, Jacksonville William Henry Johnson, Deporl Lloyd Craig Johnsfon, Brownsville Gordon Eugene Joiner, Midland Bill F. Jones, Temple Carl G. Jones, O'Donnell Elizabelh Kafhleen Jones, Perrylon Frank H. Jones, Wellingion Nancy Ann Jones, Lubbock Sarah Jo Jones, Fl. Worih Harold Lee Joplin, Slaion John B. Jordan, Monahans Ira Ward Judd, Odessa Sneed Kaker, Bridgeporl BeH'ie Annn Kasch, San Marcos Carmen Sue Kay, Lubbock Richard W. Holder, Lovinglon, New Mexico Donald Darwin Hollar, Oulhrie Mary Pairicia Holley, Odessa Beverly Ann Hollingsworfh, Hillsboro Jerry Dale Holmes, Lockney Roberl' Clyde Hood, Dallas Bob Husfon Hoover, Lilileiield Elinor Ann Hoover, Wichira Falls Kenne+h Hornbeck, Denison Jerry E. Hosfick, Lubbock Clarence W. Hough, Snyder Ted William Hover, Jr., Cleveland, O Marshall Dan Howard, Liiilefield Giva Howe, Seymour Theda Howze, Abilene Jerry Don Hudson, Anson Joe Ben Hudgens, Pecos Charles R. Haberfhur, Graham Nancy Pal Housfon, Arlinglon Iva Nell Hudson, Lubbock Karl Don Hughes, Seminole Louis L. Hungaie, Lubbock Freddye Lou Hunfer, Lubbock Medford B. Hun+, Lubbock James HurIbu'l', Jr., Dallas Larry Lynn Huri, Amarillo Charles Douglas HuHon, Lubbock J. R. lrelan, Amarillo BoyceW. Irwin, Lubbock William Thomas Irwin, Big Spring hio Page 352 fis- James Allen Lake, Dallas Orwinelle Ann Lamberf, Lubbock P. Wayne Lamberi, Phillips Carl Acker Lane, Arlesia, New Mexico BeH'e J. Lankford, San Angelo William Vancil Lapham, Abilene Tommie Wallace Larkin, Odessa Larry Larsen, Pampa Willie Gayle Lasa+er, Slinnell Cheri Marlha Laurie, Darrouzell John Brian Lawrence, EI Paso Kenf Lee Lawrence, Lubbock A. Dale Lawson, San Angelo Damon Burns Leach, Jacksboro Fred LeBeau, Lovinglon, New Mexico Carolyne Lee, Amarillo Charles W. Lee, Alvarado Dean Lee, Clovis, New Mexico George Aquinas Lee, Lubbock Marsha Lehew, Odessa Jess Arroyo Leiia, San Angelo Roberf H. Lemond, Fl. Worlh Judy Lemons, Amarillo Bill Forresl' Lewis, Lubbock OO Woody Anderson Kelley, Azle Gene Nichols Kennedy, De Solo Don Morris Kerr, Lubbock Gaylon Russell Kerr, Pampa Kennefh Marlin Kerrick, Jr., Eabens Ronald John Kershen, l-lerelord Charles Edmond Key, Lubbock Marlha Sue Key, Grand Prairie Karen K. Kidwell, Wichila Falls Lloyd S. Kidwell, Lubbock Roberl Davis Kiker, Colorado Cily Sang Nim Kim, Chung Nam, Korea Carol Frances Kimbrough, Lilllelield James B. King, Plainview John Lee King, Tahoka Sfanley Odell Kingery, Lubbock Roberl' William Kinkaid, Sislerville lvan Wayne Kirk, Groom Roland Wade Kirk, Odessa Jimmie Lee Kirkwood, Auslin New'I'ion L. Klu'Hs, Richardson Sylvia J. KluHs, Richardson Raymond Knezek, Lubbock Sl'an+on Leon Koop, Dumas Jerry O. Kofara, While Deer Al L. Kovar, Ennis Kay Krahn, Amarillo Donald E. Krizan, Smyer Danelle Kuhn, Lubbock Larry F. Kyle, Lubbock JUNIORS Kennefh Dwayne McDaniel, Whiiharral James Burfon McDonald, Houslon Barbara Ann McDougal, Abernalhy Ronald James McGregor, Borger Billy Gardner Mcllvain, Big Spring Lou Ann McKinnon, Houslon Charles E. McLeroy, Jr., Lubbock Alvin Hugh McMillan, Lubbock Roberl' McMillan, Chicago, Illinois Marfha E. McMullin, Hillsboro Neil R. McMullen, Lubbock Cora Jean McMurl'ry, Graham Kennefh Dale McPherson, Dublin Charles Dean McWilliams, Silverron Billy Maberry, Gladewaler Deryl Ray Machen, Ollon Max Leland Macon, Lubbock John Wesley Maddox, Henrieila Lanny Joe Maedgen, Ballinger Kennefh Barry Magill, La Grange Park, Illinois Deniese Magness, Friona Benjamin Cur'I'is Mahanay, Sundown Donald Joe MaH'asolio, Tyler Harvey E. Mallory, Midland William T. Mankins, Dundee Billy Bob Marleff, Graham Roberi' Allen Marlow, Wichila Falls Fred David Marlin, Lubbock Shelbie Jean Mar+in, Andrews John Presfon Mason, Big Spring Wanda Jean Lewis, Nolan Rosalynne Diane Liles, Throckmorlon Hershel Randal Lindly, Lubbock Douglas Wayne Lindsey, Lubbock William Pafrick Linlcenhoger, Lubbock Helen E. Locke, Miami John Hardy Lockharf, Slephenville Alfred Dale Loffon, Roberl' Lee Samuel H. Logan, Big Spring LaBri'I'+a Logsdon, Tulia Barbara Kay Lokey, Lubbock Russell Long, Lubbock Be'H'y L. Low, Brady George McKinley Lowe, ldalou Judifh Ann Lowry, Lubbock Harvey Donald Love, Jr., Anfon J. Boyce Love, Amarillo Jan Barry Lovell, Kermil Charles B. Lovering, Midland Howard Edward Lovless, Eden Bill Luck, Amarillo Charles Dewain Lynch, Sudan Howard Wayne Lynch, Amarillo Sylvia A. McAden, Midland Wallace McAfee, Lubbock Carolyn McCleskey, Dublin Beverly McCormick, Wichila Falls Joyce Marie McCormick, Lilllelielcl BeH'y McCurdy, Abernalhy BeH'ye Sue McDaniel, Slidell Page 354 Billy Fred Morris, Odessa James Gee Morris, Brownfield Marilyn Morris, Sherman Ronald D. Morris, Newpori Roy Morrison, Juarez, Mexico Elmer Roy Musfian, Odessa Margaref Hunf Myrick, Lubbock Donald Dean Myers, Amarillo Gerald Lynn Myers, Borger Vannah Nance, Sanderson John Rondal Nauer+, Avoca Joe Paul Naylor, Lubbock Jerry Neef, Pampa Charles Eugene Neely, Midland Tommy C. Nisbef, Lubbock Carole Janei' Nichols, Lubbock Doris Nichols, Midland Leo Frank Nichols, Burnei S'I'ephen William Noble, Jr., Lubbock Tyra JoreH'a Noles, Rolan Glad Lyn Norman, Floydada Janey Sue Norman, Malador Billy Nelson Norris, Lamesa Herman Ray Norfhrup, Amarillo James Dowell Massey Samnorwood Harmon Franklin Maihis, Sagerion Gail B. MaH'hews, Levelland William Holafield Maxwell, Ill, Bronie Buddy C. Mayes, Midland Wendell A. Mayo, Peirolia Roberf Howe Mayse, Colorado Ci+y Claudis E. MeH'on, Kemp David Pafrick Merchanf, Amarillo Edwin Lawrence Meriman, Lubbock Harry F. Messinger, Big Spring Gary Dale Meyer, Odessa John Roberf Michener, Midland Kennefh Eugene Miers, Lamesa Roy J. Mill-loan, Wildorado Charles Roy Miller, Lubbock James L. Miller, Plainview Sally Miller, Gonzales Roberf Clarence Mills, Aihens Neldon Wayne Milsfead, Larnesa Gary Richard Miichell, Garden Ciiy Donald Jack Monfgomery, Memphis John B. Monfgomery, Oglesby Walker E. Monfgomery, Midland Carol Ann Monzingo, Memphis Wendell Bruce Moody, Eden Jack Norman Moore, Gusfine Joe Damon Moore, Gusiine Kenne+h Edward Moofer, Wichiia Falls Darrell Norris Morgan, Red Springs JUNIORS Charles Lynn Paflerson, Kermil Edward Eric de la Pena, Brownsville Pafricia Ann Pence, Monahans Jerry Pennell, Soulhland Sharla Jan Pepper, Lubbock James Floyd PeH'y, Wichila Falls Jim L. PeH'y, Carlsbad, New Mexico Olen Ray Pe'Hy, Levelland Thomas Lowell PeHy, Lubbock William Frederick PeH'y, Jal, New Mexico Jimmie O. Picke1'+, Brownfield Thomas Eugene Pike, Rule Larry Hugh Pinson, Canadian Mary Ann Pippin, Wichila Falls James Eugene Phillips, Winlers Roberl' Franklin Phillips, Dallas Mari' Gayland Pool, Plainview Helen J. Poole, Kerrville Janis Elaine Porfer, Terrell Jay Marie Porfer, Seminole David Edward Po'H'er, Tyler Glenn S. Pounds, Levelland Dorofhy Lanier Powell, Spur Raymond D. Powell, Denver Cily Charles Ray Praler, Lubbock John Warner Presfridge, Lubbock Tommy G. Priddy, Ferris James P. Prichard, Pampa Frances Anease Pril'cheH, Lamesa Lee Pri+cheH, Dallas Karen Lee No+eware, Dallas Wanda Frances O'Brien, Olden Gene Alan Odell, Big Spring John J. Offerle, Lubbock Paul Sfevenson Oles, Jr., Midland Chesfer Thomas Oliver, Seminole Huberf Ronald O'NeaI, Snyder Janice Mae O'Neil, Lamesa Peggy Lou O'Neill, El Paso Cur'I'is Harlan O'Rear, Amarillo Phil Orman, Colorado Cily Kennelh Wayne Osborne, Amarillo Kenne'I'h Wayne Osborn, Singapore China Ronald Gary Osferbuhr, Garden Cily Kansas John Edward Owen, Texas Cily Judifh Anderson Owen, Lubbock Bobby Owens, Grapeland Gail Owens, Lubbock Fred R. Pace, Carlsbad, California Marilyn Parish, Ralls Samuel Jackson Park, Odessa Doyle Pipkin Parker, Roby James Lesler Parker, Snyder Joe Dan Parker, Jacksonville Winifred Candace Parker, Houslon Richard James Parkman, Fi. Worih Billy Wayne Parks, Olney Ronald Duke Parsons, Amarillo Wallace Edward Parsons, Siinneil Phillip Dale Pafrick, Memphis BeH'y Lavoy Rigsby, Andrews Thomas Ar+hur Rigsby, Snyder Richard Alfred Rioias, Ropesville Odie Dexfer Rippy, Childress Thad Risinger, Brownfield Margarei' Ann Rirfer, Amarillo Susan Jane Robbins, Housron Helen Louise Roberis, San Angelo James Keni' Roberfs, Farwell Lon M. Roberfs, Ralls Dwighi' Gage Roberfson, Amarillo Truman Edwin Roberfson, Jr., Breckenridge Page 356 Alvis Grady Robinson, Levelland Leland Doyle Robinson, Abilene Donald DeWayne Rodgers, Vernon Margor M. Rodriguez, Edinburg Claude Edwin Roger, Abilene Roberf Dwighr Rose, Odessa J. W. Ross, Lubbock Mildred Jean Ross, Lubbock Glenn Richard Rosson, Arhens Allen Fred Roy, Lubbock James Sfanley Rudy, lvlonahans Ray Lee Rufledge, Lubbock Donald C. Proiz, Carlsbad, New Mexico Jimmy Lloyd Pufman, Vernon Evere'H' Eugene Pufney, El Paso Charles Glenn Purselley, Fi. Worrh Jackie Dee Pylanr, Fluvanna E. Brownell Queen, Midland Rufh Anne1"re Radack, Housron William Rice Ragland, Cenrreville, Alabama Billie Pafricia Rainer, Lubbock Roberi' Clifford Rainey, Jr., Lubbock James H. Randles, Jr., Wildorado James Edward Rasbury, Terrell Wayne B. Rafisseau, Lubbock Jean Alvin Rawlinson, Porl' Arihur Eugene Harlan Ray, Levelland Evelyn Ray, Friona Thomas Dale Reagor, Lubbock Harlan "N. Reddell, ldalou Donovan P. Reed, Lubbock Phillip Bruce Reid, Gallaiin, Tennessee David Lee Reese, Phillips James Gordon Renfro, Liiilelield Glenn Eugene Reynolds, Pecos Prenfiss Lee Rhyne, Bowie George Wesley Rice, Amarillo Richard Louis Richards, Posr Alberf T. Richardson, Housion John Lee Riddle, Arresia, New Mexico Roberr Lee Rifle, Texhoma Dale A. Riggs, Odessa JUNIORS Sandra Claire Shields, Waco Linda Nan Shile, Amarillo Shirley Yvonne Skinner, Lubbock Dan Wallace Shipmen, Lubbock Harvey John Shirk, Brownsville Linda Shivers, Noirees David Dell Shoemaker, Midland Maurice Paul Shorf, Texarkana Gloria Sue Shugari, Fr. Worlh Bob L. Sikes, Abilene Roberi Elkins Sikes, Jacksboro Archie Eugene Sloan, Dallas Angus C. Smifh, Midland Be'H'y J. Smifh, Slafon Billy Paul Smifh, Easiland Carol Sue Smifh, Tahoka Diana Marlene Smifh, Lubbock Donald J. Smifh, Borger Joseph C. Smi+h, Fl. Worrh Karin Ann Smirh, EI Paso Ronald Gene Smifh, Arlinglon Sferling Smifh, Clifion Carol Louise Snefhen, Colorado Ciry Jerrell Snodgrass, Lubbock Pairicia L. Saunders, Waco William Gilmer Sparks, Lubbock Judi'I'h Lee Speer, Amarillo Don Lloyd Spenser, Andrews George Spinks, Big Lake Alice Lynn Spradlin, Lubbock Thomas Eugene Sandes, Cdessa William Frank Sandy, Lubbock Tommy C. Sar+in, Olney Morris Ray Scales, Lubbock Richard W. Scales, Lubbock Terry Scarborough, Lubbock Weldon Ernesi' Schaefer, Olfon Lora Ann Shafer, Texhoma Harold Javen Schneider, Wilson Samuel Roy Schoenhals, Folleii' George W. Schoner, Pampa Leonard F. Schwind, Breckenridge Sidney W. Scoggins, ldalou Roy Don ScoH', San Angelo Samuel Pay'I'on ScoH', Merkel Tom Seale, Abilene Kelly Mack Sears, Brownfield Rollyn Homer Seawell, Ill, Dallas Gerald R. Seemann, P+. Worih Sid Seligmann, San Anionio John Paul Sen+er, Grandview Mary Sefzler, Shamrock Richard Huberf Sewell, Vernon Rober+ Carlfon Sewell, Dumas Mary Ann Sharp, Lubbock Rober+ L. Sharp, Amarillo Bennie Be+h Shaw, Lubbock Thomas Hardy Shelby, Lubbock E. Dean Shepherd, Loving Melba Jo Shepherd, Posl Margaref Swofliord, Progreso, Honduras, C. A. Joel E. Tankerley, Snyder James Pelfy Tapp, Boise Cily, Oklahoma Lynn Edd Taium, Pampa Carol Lyne'He Teague, McAdoo Joe Paul Teller, Henderson Theo Douglas Terry, Lampasas Geuri' Levi Tilma, Plainview Jimmy Theo, Chicago, Illinois Annese Thomas, Abernarhy Gerald Dan Thompson, Kermii James E. Thompson, Amarillo Jerry Lynn Thompson, Wichiia Falls Marfha Sue Thompson, Waco Ray Mack Thompson, Pecos Ronald P. Thompson, lrving Jesse Dale Thorn, Liberal, Kansas Jerry L. Thorpe, Odessa Margo Bruce Thrush, Plainview James William Thrus'I'on, Plainview Gary Dale TolleH, Amhersi Mark Touchsfone, Abilene Thomas Frank Trenfham, Elecira Roy Lee Tunnell, Lubbock Carl Eugene Springer, Fi. Worlh Bobby Loyd Sfafford, Roaring Springs Kyle Andrew Sfanley, Lubbock Rayman Randolph S+a+on, Dallas Roberi' Allen S+. Clair, Midland Richard Morgan Sieede, San Anlonio James Eldon Sfeelman, Plainview Joseph Hermon Sfeger, Lubbock George David S+ienman, Abilene David Sfephen Sara Sfephens, Chillicolhe Sfephany Anne Sfephens, Lamesa Prachan Sfhapifanonda, Bangkok, Thailand Harley Vick Sfivers, Lulkin Ronald Dean S'l'inson, Clovis, New Mexico Carol Ann Sfone, Lubbock Lewis Seymour Sfone, Weslerly, Rhode lsland Roberi' George Sfone, Haskell Roberf Harold S'I'one, Sudan Tommy Soulhern Siarnes, Odessa Claude S'I'ovall, Midland Billy Ray Sfringer, Lamesa Max Clayborn Sfrong, Henderson Carl Clayfon Sfull, Odessa Charles Donald Suddufh, Lubbock Myrl G. Suddufh, Eldorado Mary Ann Suggs, Housfon Darrell Lee Sufherland, Fl. Worlh Jarrell R. Sufherland, Fl. Worih Hollis EvereH' Swafford, Abilene JUNIORS Marfha Lou Wa'I'son, Lamesa Palsy Ann Wafson, Lubbock Ralph Lacy Way, Texon Billy G. Weafherby, Miles Wm. BenneH Weafherford, Fi. Worrh Elwyn Earl Weafhers, Snyder Helen lrene Weaver, Olney Minnie G. Weaver, Lubbock Clayion Wells, Lakeview Don Wells, Hawkins Joe Ellis Wheeler, Floydada Sammy Earl Whigham, Amarillo Frank B. While, Clarendon Joseph Adrion While, Cleburne Kennefh Lowell WhiH', Fi. Worrh Lesfer Kei+h Whi'I'e, Lubbock Mariha Ann While, Vincenl Sfanley William While, Deal Lee Roy Whifley, San Angelo Van Sfanely Whifes, Amarillo Jerry Gene WhiH'en, Amarillo Joe Har+ Wicker, San Angelo Wanda JeaneH'e Widener, Lockney Jerry D. Wienke, Lubbock Roberi' Glenn Willborn, San Angelo Waller Franklin Wilbur, Jr., Arlingion Wilford Wayne Wilkins, Poolville Royce Wadene Wilkerson, Waco Carrol D. Willis, Tucumcari, New Mexico Roberi' WeH'on Willis, Comanche Walfer Champ Turner, Belen, New Mexico Roberl' Emme'H' Tyner, Lubbock D. B. Underwood, Winrers Sam Hall Vaughier, Jr., Lubbock Bill Vehslage, Bellon Mary Anne Verheul, Housfon Margarei' Chrisiine Verner, Bovina Barbara S. Vickery, Hubbard Ruih Ellen Vigness, La Feria Roberfo Villa-Garcia, lca, Peru Maurice E. Vincenl, Dallas Darrell Lee Vines, Crane Janei E. Vines, Albany Lyle Todd Wakefield, Slraiiord Allon M. Waldrop, Pecos George Tulor Waldrop, Odessa Samuel Wesley Walker, Archer Ciiy James Ernesl' Wall, Roswell, New Mexico Jimmy John Wallace, Clovis New Mexico Nancy Ann Wallace, San Angelo Glenn Edwin Walser, Canadian Melvin Lee Walser, Canadian Charles Jerry Ward, l-lousion Gail Ward, Hillsboro Joyce Ann Ward, l-lousion Leon Ward, Morion Thomas Barbee Word, Chillicolhe Warren Edward Warner, San Anfonio E. Sfrickland Wafkins, Seminole James Presion Waison, Mafador Page 360 Carolyn Kay Young, Alpine James Owen Young, Amarillo Owen Dee Young, Baird Pafricia G. Young, San Angelo Milfon Henry Zander, Valley Mills Gayle Rea Williams, Puinam Gaynelle Williams, Plainview Jerry R. Williams, Monalwans Kaye Williams, Odessa Carolyn Williamson, Fi. Worllw William Frank Williamson, Lubbock James Wilburn Wilson, Wichiia Falls Roberi' W. Wilson, Ballinger Wylie Kennefh Wilson, Lubbock Joan M. Wimberley, Lubbock Mary Jane Winder, Monalwans Leslie Nell Wink, Roberi Lee Don Henry WinneH', Hari Waller J. Wirfz, Amarillo Billy Ray Wiseman, Sudan William Ernesi' Woelfel, Bovina William Wade Wolfe, Lubbock Bobby Joe Wood, Mullin Louis Gerald Wood, Pecos Gerald Lynn Woolam, Lubbock Royce Lee Wooley, Galvesion Borden,Worsl1am, Abilene Wanda E. Wossum, Lubbock Gordon W. Wrighf, Friona Jimmy C. Wrigl'1'I', Abilene Mary Jane'l' Wrighf, Ysleia Phyllis Marie Wrigl1'I', Lubbock Carolyn Lee Wynn, Yuma, Arizona Jean Mabel Yaggy, San Angelo James D. Yeary, Levelland JUNICDRS Handsome is, as handsome does. Dame's Ball candidaies Popular Men The noiorious Dr. Sfrouf. Page 36I SOPHCMORE FAVCJRITES 62 Page 364 James Presley Arnold, Jr., Sudan Lynna Lou Arfhur, Dickens Roberi H. Arfhur, Lubbock Mary Alice Afchison, Graham Sheridan Kelly Afchley, Tulia Doro+hy Louise Alkins, Plainview Jerry Lee Afkins, Plainview Jimmie Dale Aufen, Hereford Joseph Walfer Axfell, Lubbock Janice Ani'I'a Ayers, Lubbock Jo Ann Ayers, Lubbock LaDora Ayers, Lockney Don Lynn Babcock, Pampa Mary Carolyn Bachman, Wichila Falls Arfhur Leroy Baer, Dumas Ann Bagge++, Ozona Carolyn BaggeH', Sweelwaier Rudolph BenneH' BaggeH', Vernon Jerry Wayne Bagley, Oklaunion Carl F. Bailey, Pampa James Bailey, Mineral Wells Wayne Thomas Baker, Dallas Andrew J. Balcom, Dallas Rober'l' Baldwin, Hereford Wanda Fay Abbey, Coleman Gerald W. AbboH', Vernon Kennefh D. AbboH, Lubbock Andrew Aboy'I'es, Amarillo Joe Berf Absfon, Vernon Larry Dale Ackers, Abilene James Evarf Adams, Hale Cenfer Judy Lynn Adams, Lubbock Charles Aguilar, Seminole Karen Adard, Dallas Owen Miller Akers, Dennison Jack Smifh Aldridge, Lawn BeH'y Ann Allen, Chrisloval Cheryl Ann Allen, Garland Dwayne Le Roy Allen, Sudan Mary Joan Allen, Lubbock Mickey V. Allen, Alanreecl Gary Garland Allison, Lubbock Wins'I'on Irvin Allison, Muleshoe Ben M. Anderson, Lubbock Don Anderson, San Angelo Grace Earlene Anderson, Louisville Keniucky Roberf Harry Anderson, Housfon Roy W. Anderson, Aspermonl Sandra Gay Anderson, Abilene Tommie E. Anderson, Vernon Rober+ Winfield Andres, El Paso Tommy Ray Anfhis, Lubbock Allen Max Anfhony, Bowie DoH'ie Argo, Dallas SOPHOMCRES Marlin Benson, Lubbock Ronald M Benson, Tucumcari, New Mexico Roberf Benion, Lu bbock William James Berkshire, Loving+on, New Mexico Alice Ann Berry, Midland Duard Nelson Barry, Sain? Jo Lon William Berry, Lubbock Claude William Be'Hy, Perryion Bill Beverie, Bosion, Massachuseiis Floyd E. Bice, Thalia I. Reid Biggs, Colorado Ciiy Pafricia Jo Billings, Seminole Jo Wayne Bird, Corpus Chrisii Bobby James Black, Muleshoe Charles Davis Black, Colorado Ciiy Joseph Lee Black, Lordsburg, New Mexico William Blackwell, Granbury Glenn Wayne Blankenship, Liiileiield Don Richard Blanion, Enochs Marlan BlisseH', Paris Charles W. Bode, Brady Linda Lee Bogan, Borger Don Boggus, Lubbock Vicfor H. Bond, Plainview Freddie Lee Boone, Merkel Tommy Sarge Boone, El Paso Mil'I'on Marvin BoH'linger, Ireland David Leon Bourland, Abilene Freddie J. Bourland, Ennis Mariha Frances Bowen, Dallas Vera Anne Baldwin, Kermii Jay Anfhony Balios, Lubbock Linda Ann Banks, Lubbock Barbara Barkley, Lubbock BeH'e Barnhill, Dallas Cora Lee Barre'H', Housion Jerry Mack BarreH', Kress Donald Barron, Lubbock Mickie A. Barron, Childress Sunny Kaihleen Barrow, Lamesa James H. BaskeH', Amarillo Tommy J. Bass, Olney Charles D. Bafes, Clarendon Don Michael Bafey, I-lousion Dolores Ann Ba'H'les, Dimmiii Jimlee Baucum, Anson Jack William Beal, Lubbock Gary Bryan Bean, Buckburneii Sandra Sue Bean, Lubbock Linda Lee Beard, Dumas Roberi' Beck, Lubbock Terry Derl Becke'H', Alpine Charlene Marie Begey, Lubbock Glenn Bell, Amarillo James D. Bell, Odessa Jerald Ray Bell, Sundown Roy E. Bell, Liiileion, Colorado Anne Bellomy, Liiflefield C. Len B:-fnneH', Maria Jimmy Benson, Irving Page 366 EllioH E. Bunsen, EI Paso Dale BurneH', Ropesville Thomas W. BurneH', Seminole JeaneH'e Burrell, Slaron Nafhan Carlos Byars, Elecfra Rosemary Byars, Elecrra Mary Susan Bybee, Housron Judifh Kaihleen Cain, Lubbock Pafricia Ann Calver'I', Lubbock Ted James Campbell, Hunisville Don Cameron, Abilene James Marshall Camp, Brownwood Bobbie Rae Campbell, Dallas Gail Ann Campbell, Raymondville Johnny G. Campbell, Spearman Mary Jane Campbell, Rule William D. Campbell, Lubbock Palmer B. Campsey, lvlunday Carl Allan Cannon, lvlexia Leslie Dean Caperfon, Bronre Nancy Sue Carlock, Honey Grove Don G. Carlson, Dallas Mary Kay Carr, Hereford Eddie L. Carfer, Eden Lois Jane Bowles, Dallas Roberi' H. Bowling, Fr. Worrh Bennie H. Boyd, Clovis, New Mexico Frances Boyd, Bellaire Lynne Boylan, Dallas Albernifa Braden, Seminole Charles Marshall Bradshaw, Lorenzo C. R. Bragg, Brownfield Bill H. Brandi, Lirileiield Alma Laura Brashear, ldalou Charles A. Brasher, Canyon Jimmy Bredenger, Mexico Ciry, Mexico Dorofhy Emile Brinkerhoff, Quanan Willard C. Brock, Levelland Jerry Wayne Brooks, Fi. Worrh Charles Andrew Brown, Midland James Edward Brown, Fr. Worrh Kaiherine Brown, Plainview Roberf S. Brown, Lubbock Ronnie Brown, Levelland William Frederick Brown, Temple Royce Irwin Bruce, Cooper Leslie Morris Bruns, Friona LoreH'a Ann Brunson, EI Paso Dewey Lynn Bryanf, Lubbock Virgil Allan Buck, Lubbock Hal Barry Buchanan, Lubbock William G. Burleson, Hereford Mary Linda Bunger, Breckenridge Roberi' L. Bunselmeyer, Lubbock SOPHGMORES Mary Ellen Colbaugh, l-lousfon Anne Cole, Lubbock Dale La Rue Coleman, Vernon Carol D. Collins, Lubbock Cheryl Gwen Collins, Borger Don Talberi' Collins, Andrews Gary Ray Collins, Manhaffan Beach, Californian Joseph Wayne Collins, Dimmiff Eddie Gene Collum, Pampa Mary Jane Connally, EI Paso Carlos Weldon Coon, San Anfonio George Cooper, Decafur Edward Glenn Cope, Big Lake David Roy Corder, Amarillo Richard Q. Corley, Dallas John Joe Corrigan, l-lousfon Eleanor Ru'I'h Corry, Lifflefield Elnora J. Cozby, Sfamford Pafricia Ann Crandall, Ff. Worfh Jo Anne Craver, Sulphur Springs Felix Conkling Crawford, Lamesa Roger Dean Crawford, Waco Lois May Crolley, Taff Roberf O. Cromwell, New Braunfels Lowell Merlin Cross, Lubbock Billy Frank Crouch, Sherman Carl Wayne Crouch, Lamesa George Harf Culp, Gainsville Carolyn Cummings, l-lobbs, New Mexico Kennefh Thomas Cummings, Lubbock Florence Jean Carfer, Amarillo Ben Carfwrighf, Pampa Eleanor Lynn Cary, Brownfield Paul David Cafo, Jr., E+. Worfh Gayla Lynn Caufhen, Sheffield Finis Cavender, Amarillo Roberf Calvin Cayle, Norman, Oklahoma Thomas M. Chalkley, San Anfonio Sonia Lee Chandler, Sfanford Micca Chapman, Borger Linda Befh Chappell, Lubbock Ray Flefcher Chrisfian, Jr., Vernon James D. Chumley, Sherman Jerry Wendell Church, Wilson Chris W. Clark, San Angelo Donald Lee Clark, Colorado Cify Sue Clary, Plainview John Marvin Clayfon, Ill, Lifflefield Cafherine Clemenf, Gafesville Carole Click, Dallas Donna Gayle Click, Wylie Bill Wayne Cline, Lubbock Boyd Cline Clodfelfer, Sfinnefl' Charles Cobb, Claude James Walfer Coble, P+. Worfh Clarence Cochran, Amarillo Jolene Coffee, Lubbock James Tyler Coggins, Amarillo Ted Dwain Coker, San Angelo Richard Alfred Colapref, Texarkana Page 368 Drew Anderson Dorsey, Dallas Mary Diane Doss, Colorado Ciiy Marilyn Louise Douglas, Dallas William John Downs, Lubbock Byron R. Duckworfh, Sundown Roberi' Boyd Duggan, San Angelo Donald Wallace Duncan, Canyon Joyce Lee Duncan, Lubbock David C. Dunlap, Abilene Edgar L. Dunn, Souihlancl Lee Dunn, EI Paso Roberi' Lee DuPries+, Amarillo Barbara Nan Durham, Lubbock Pafricia Ann Dworak, Lubbock James Archie Dwyer, McLean Marvin Edward Dye, Dimmiil' Charles Edward Dyson, Odessa James Dale Easier, Jacksboro Charles Ray Eafherly, Childress Gene Pres+on Echols, Clovis, New Mexico Roberi' Mike Edward, Amarillo Barbara LeAnn Edwards, Lubbock Bill Edwards, Lubbock David Aubrey Edwards, Lubbock Cameron M. Cummingham, Lubbock Margie Ann Curry, Tahoka Billy Jack Curfis, Corsicana Jayne Curfis, Gainesville Linda Frank Dakil, Childress Sidney F. Dalion, Wolliorih Raymond D. Damron, Jermyn Max Fredric Dannecker, Lubbock Beih Davidson, Lubbock John S. Davidson, Crandall Donald Douglas Davis, Sherman Gail Jean Davis, Brownfield Jerry Marshall Davis, Amarillo Johnny Morris Davis, Breckenridge Ronald Debs Davis, Dallas Thomas P. Davis, Yuma, Arizona Thomas William Davis, Granbury Charles Kennefh Day, Knox Ciiy William Frank Dean, Lubbock Anfhony Gerald Deafherage, Wichiia Falls John R. Debabon, l-lousion Gordon M. Deering, Lubbock Juan Delgado, Ozona John Shannon Denison, Lubbock Ann Elizabeih Denny, Wichiia Falls Virginia Lois Denson, Brownfield William H. Dick, III, Housion Nancy Lee Dixon, Brownsville Russell Lloyd Dobbs, Midland Donald Mills Dodson, Haskell SOPHCMORES Deresa Junel Farrow, Brownfield Sue Cox Faulk, San Angelo Marla Lynn Feafhers, Lubbock Sherry Felfon, Clovis, New Mexico Ophelia Arlene Farrell, Crosbylon Carol Sue Fields, Fabens Helen M. Fields, Lubbock Byron Eugene Filler, Fl. Worlh Margaref Befh Fincher, Wichifa Falls James L. Fisher, Lubbock Alfon A. Fi+s, Aio, Arizona Earl Price FiH', Nocona Angela Ru+h Fifzgerald, Fr. Worrh Carl Usyless FlaH', Wichira Falls Grace E. Flechfner, Dallas Kafhryn C. Flechfner, Dallas Roberi' Lynn Fleicher, Cisco Ann D. Flizaberh, Dallas Zella Lee Flowers, Canadian Keni' Noel Foersfer, Vernon Bryon Thomas Folse, Dallas David Colin Forbes, Snyder Thomas Fos+er Forbes, Fl. Worlh Thomas Earle Ford, Vernon Virginia Fosfer, Bowie Walfer Malcom Fosfer, Falfurrias Dolores Rufh Fowler, Lubbock Doyle Raymond Fowler, Lockney John R. Fowler, Jayron Karen Frack, Sequin Dorofhy Lorene Edwards, Lubbock Howard H. Edwards, Jr., Galveslon Ramon Alison Egglesfon, Odessa Lynnwood Eisenbeck, San Angelo Ray Eifelman, Fr. Worfh Sherry Eller, Snyder Clyde EllioH', Graham Clayfon Dale Elkins, Lubbock Keifh Gerald Elkins, Spade William Glenn Elmore, Dallas, Norfh Carolina Mary Louise Emery, Weslaco Ted EmsoFF, Seymour James Alvin Enlow, Nocona L. Dwain Epfing, Muleshoe Sherry Erickson, Texarkana Allen Homer Esflack, Clarendon Kelly Wayne Eubank, ldalou PaH'y Eubank, Dallas Joe Dell Euresfi, l-louslon Ar'I'hur Lee Evans, Lubbock Billy W. Evans, McLean William H. Evans, Morfon Barbara Sue Fails, Seagraves Ralph W. Farringfon, Jr., Wichifa Falls Phil Folsom, Lubbock Doyle Pafrick Fannon, Pampa James Richard Farmer, Plainview Eddie V. Farrell, Odessa Jan Farris, De Kalb Paul Calvin Farris, De Kalb Page 370 Waller Esfon George, Indianola, Iowa Annyce Gibbs, Fi. Worih Jaime Tamayo Gil, Caracas, Venezuela Cecil Jean Gililland, Dallas James Logan Gill, Levelland Jack Fel'I'on Gis+, Lubbock Marvin Leon Glenn, Tulia Allen Sfewarl' Glenney, San Anionio EvereH Harrison Groseclose, Childress Lloyd Howard Glover, Jr., Pharr Truman D. Godwin, Lubbock Roberl' R. Gohllce, Wichila Falls Joe Max Goodson, Lubbock Roberl Goss, Tulia Jean Elizabe'I'l1 Grace, Dallas Lelha Anne Gracey, Roscoe Palsy Jean Gran+, Big Spring Gordon Alexander Graves, Lubbock Jimmy G. Graves, Hooks Jerry B. Gray, Wichiia Falls Orval Lee Gray, McGregor Billy H. Green, Odessa Curfis Palmer Green, Morion Larry Bryan Green, Abilene Sam Francis, Gainesville Kalhryn Janell Franklin, Seagreaves Donald Freeman, Brownwood Roger Freeman, Canadian Ronald Freeman, Brownwood Harold Turney Friess, Sonora Linda Fruil, Borger Michael B. Fry, Lubbock Mary Esler De Las Fuenles, Laredo Fleur Fuller, Lubbock Kafherine L. Furlon, O'DonneII James David Gaifher, Munday Joan Gallager, Ropes Helen Janice Galloway, Fl. Worlh Mar+ha Johnila Gallini, Lililelield Pa+ricia May Gallagher, Dallas lrma Nelda Galindo, Lubbock Bobby Mose Gardner, Bowie Ralph Richard Gardner, Jr., Pampa Gad Garland, Burkburneil Almer Leodell Garmen, Brownfield Barbara Kay GarneH, Shawnee, Oklahoma Gerald Lee GarreH', Lubbock Jack GarreH, Plainview Mary Franlc GarreH, Memphis Charles Garski, Cleburne Barbara Alice Gaskin, Lubbock Ralph Allen Garverick, Cisco Erne'H'e A. Geberl, Wichiia Falls Mary Jo Gengerick, Tahoka SOPHOMORES Gerald Dan Hardage, Farwell Donald L. Hardcasfle, Amarillo Dicky D. Hardee, Snyder Roberi' Elwyn Hardin, Lubbock Herb Harding, Levelland Mary Alice Hardy, Dallas Charles Wayne Hardy, Posi Mary Alice Hardy, Dallas Joe Neil Hargrove, Souihland Clifford Ray Harper, Wichiia Falls Judy Harris, Fl. Worih Ann Harris, EI Paso Cary Philip Harrison, Fi. Worih John Weldon Harrison, Kermir Waller Marvin Harry, Waco Francis Charlene Harvard, El Paso Norma Jean Harvel, Keller James Wiley Harvey, Sweeiwaler Peggy Ann Harvey, Fl. Worih Travis K. Haseloff, Vernon Earl D. Hayley, Abilene Charles D. Hays, Plainview Grider Wesley Hays, Ballinger James Frederick Hays, Slaion Lawrence Duane Hays, Briscoe Donald R. Hayworfh, Granbury James Hedgecoke, Amarillo Wal'I'er Merle He'FFing+on, Wichila Falls Randal J. Hefley, Twirfy Mickie Jo Hellman, Muensler Polly Greene, Abilene Nancy Carol Greer, Sweeiwaler Roberl' J. Gregory, Lubbock William Gregory, Jr., Crane Don H. Gresham, Lamesa Margarel' Ann Greve, Lubbock Parricia Grimes, Carrollion Carol Ann Grisham, Graham Judy Lynn Gris+y, Wichifa Falls Jeane'He Gross, Amarillo Marlene Janell Gruver, Gruver Frank Lee Guenfhner, San Angelo Marilyn Gue'I'ersloh, Levelland John Gill Gunfharp, Wichila Falls Anfhony Wilson Gus+wick, Yoakum Horace Gu'I'hrie, Lubbock Donald D. Hables, Marr Linda Lu MC Shan Hagler, Rochelle Nancy J. Haines, Odessa BeH'y Ann Hall, Eden Billy B. Hall, Lubbock Buddy James Hale, Lamesa Edward Dixon Hall, Pori' Arihur John David Hamblen, Snyder Sandra Jean Hamilion, Borger David Hampfon, Lirilefield Morgan Clark Hamp'I'on, Abilene Beverly Hannah, Plainview James Roberf Hancock, Lubbock Sharon Lee Harbaugh, EI Paso Us va., Page 372 Helen Jean Hoffman, O'Donnell Sherman Dee Hogue, Frilch William Edward Hogan, Pampa Rifa Ann Holcomb, Dimmill Eddie Floyd Hood, Wellinglon Alfred Darwin Holder, Lubbock Gafha Loydeen Holland, Irving Allen L. Hollis, Crane Bennie Thomas Hollis, Pampa Theora Hollingsworfh, Sweelwaler J. Glenn Holloway, Levelland Rena Kay Holly, Lubbock Roberi' H. Holmes, Lubbock Donald DeVauI+ HoI'l', Forl Slocklon Jimmy HoI'I', Lockney Ronald Eugene Holmes, Lubbock Billie Dale Hon, Clovis, New Mexico Be'Hy Ann Horn, Lubbock James Harold Hood, Fl. Worlh Suzanne Hood, Midland James Hoodenpyle, Tulia Billy Bari' Hopper, Menlone Inez Horan, Ennis Nancy Rulh Hooser, Fl, Worlh Gerald Jay Helm, Forney Bobby K. Hellon, Briscoe Sandra Sue Hendrix, Lubbock J. Frank Henry, Texarkana Kay Henry, Dallas Tim MaH Henshaw, Pasadena Ronald Irving Henson, San Anlonio Todd Edward Henson, San Anlonio Davis Paul Herd, Coleman Jerry Davis Hering, McGregor John Adam Hermann, Lubbock Doyle Hayden Herring, Hermleigh Eugene Earl Herringlon, Abilene Mary Lydia Herringfon, Odessa Susan Louise HeweH, Denver, Colorado Wendell C. HewiH', Hamlin Neal G. Hicks, Lubbock Ware Clayfon High, Jr., Tahoka Judi+h Ann Highfower, I-louslon Jerry Hill, Memphis Joan Hill, Colulla Mary V. Hill, Garland Rob Morris Hill, Lubbock Rose Marie Hill, San Francisco del Oro Chihuahua Mex Ann Hills, Abilene Helga Hoagland, Brownsville Be+'ry Sue Hobbs, Lubbock James Nolan Hock, Colorado Cily Dale Randall Hodges, Lubbock Glen R. Hodgson, I-louslon SGPHCMORES Presfon L. James, Sherman Glen Vyron Jenkins, Big Spring Hamilion Wallace Jenkins, Gladewarer Tom Ball Jenkins, Temple AreHa M. Jennings, Lubbock Arfhur V. Jennings, Coleman Beverly Ann Jennings, Overland, Missouri Tommy Walker Jesfer, Texarkana William Bryan? Jewell, Fl. Worlh Bernard Johnson, Lelars Harold Chrisfopher Johnson, Abilene James Dennis Johnson, Hamlin John G. Johnson, Moses Lake, Washinglon Joyce Johnson, Sulphur Springs Leonard Ross Johnson, Seminole Ola Sue Johnson, Perrylon Roberl' Johnson, Lubbock Royce Dwain Johnson, Cleburne Wayne Johnson, Terrell Margarei' Peggy Johnsfon, Housron Gary N. Joiner, Lubbock Joe R. Joiner, Lorenzo Beverly Ann Jones, Fl. Worlh Donald Benson Jones, Tarzan Jerry B. Jones, Gladewaler Jo Anne Jones, Houslon Marihelen Jones, Odessa Mary Lou Jones, Hobbs, New Mexico Winell Ann Jones, Elecira John Frederick Jordan, Laredo Horace Paul Houfchens, Harrold Billy Vernon Housley, While Deer Philip C. Hous+on, Jr., Pampa Raymond Cecil Hous'l'on, Throckmorlon Francis Charlene Howard, Lubbock Morgan S. Howard, Lubbock Roberf Wayne Howell, Waco Marion MaLinda Howell, Fl. Worlh Thomas Allen Howelh, FT. Worlh Margarei' A. Hruska, Wesl Carolyn Ann Hudman, Posl Frank Wesl' Hudgins, Lubbock Lynn Lee Hudson, Srrarford Harrell Lea Huff, San Anlonio Pa'l'sy Huffman, Snyder Sharon Lynne Huggins, Houslon Alvin Derrel Hulcy, Elberl Nancy Rulh Hull, Fi. Worlh Henry Wayne Hur1', Lubbock Judifh HyaH, Poriland, Oregon Sarah Amed Ibrahim, Baghdad, lrag Phil Gray lce, Abilene Jerry Y. Ingham, Amarillo Cecil Ramain Isbell, Eleclra Johnny Ray Isbell, Porlales, New Mexico Bruce Jackson, New Hampion, Iowa James W. Jackson, Cenlralia, Illinois Charles F. James, Seallle, Washinglon Daniel Waller James, Midland Edgar Lee James, Groom Vicfor L. Kleiss, Borger James R. Kleiner Sli er Rock, Penns lvania Page 374 I PP Y Y Douglas William Klingman, Dallas Bernard Daniel Knezek, Seymour Charles Calvin Knowles, Fi. Worih James Lloyd Knowl'I'on, San Anionio Carol Ann Kohler, Lubbock Melvin Kohler, Dumas Denny Roy Kofara, Groom Alfred Roberl' Kuhn, Lindsay Wesley Roberf LaBar, Lufkin John Gilberi' LaGrange, Midland John C. Lair, Dallas Mickey Dean Laird, Eleclra Richard Lake, Corsicana Charles T. Lamber+, Lubbock David Lee Lamber+, Forl' Siockion Kenneih Cody Landers, Muleshoe Donald Herman Lane, Olney Edward Lonnie Langsron, Lubbock Roberl' Laroche, Amarillo Richard Don Lafhon, Brownfield BeH'e Louise Lavender, San Angelo Paul Thomas Lawlis, Abilene M. Loyce Josey, Pos? Jill Jos+, Marlin Dale J. Joy, Tulia Linda Mae Joy, Tulia Charles Lewis Joyner, Jr., Lubbock Marfha Ann Kaiser, l-lousion Don Charles Kammerer, Dallas Barbara Keener, Lubbock Jerry Keesee, Meadow Linda Be+h Kelley, Siinneii Joan Kelly, Pori Isabel Julia Ann Kelly, Pasadena Nan Kelly, Lubbock Rober+ Earle Kelly, Maria Conrad Neil Kendall, Amarillo Marfha F. Kenley, San Angelo Pafsy Lynn Kennedy, Dallas Nelda Kennemer, Claude Peggy Sue Kenney, Slaion Karen Kerr, Lubbock - Karen O. Key, Lubbock Thomas Bruce Key, Rockdale Beverly Myrel Kimbrough, l-lousion Jimmy G. Kingsbury, Seminole Roberi' Gerry Kinney, Arlingion Glenda Jean Kirk, Odessa Jack Weldon Kirkland, Seminole Angela Kirkpairick, Amarillo Ronald B. Kirkpafrick, Abilene Lavelle Kisor, Meadow SCJPHGMORES ,. Linda Sue Loving, Waco Deanna Lucian, Shallowaier Donald Graham Luke, Dallas Murry Thomas Lusk, Lubbock Calvin Gene Lyons, Amarillo Margarei' Lindsey Lyons, San Angelo Jimmy Dwain McAnnich, Merkel James Edward McClanahan, San Angelo James Edison McCluer, Dallas Kennefh McCord, Sherman Charles Jerome McCrary, De Kalb Wesley Herschell McCrea Enna McDaniel, Amarillo Mary Kafherine McDaniel, Dumas Mayme McDaniel, Odessa Lawrence L. McDerme'H', Ralls James Lee McDonald, Lubbock William Lewis McDonald, Burkburnell' James Edwon McDuff, Ralls Mary EH'a McDu'Ffie, Sherman George Bowden McElroy, Wichila Falls Claude Raymond McEwen, Alvin Rubye Carolyn McFarland, Childress Billy Jack McGaugh, Aspermonl' Sylvia Befh Mclnlire, Dallas Willie Dale McKecham, Sweeiwaler Charles William McKimmey, Roby Durwood Young McKinny, Jr., Rolan William Delano McLane, Ralls Donald Bryanf McMurray, Washinglon, D. C. Jimmy D. Leafh, Decaiur Ann Claire Ledbe'Her, Soda Springs Roberl George Ledlow, El Paso Henry Lee Ledrick, Pampa David L. Lee, Lovinglon, New Mexico Bobbie Duane Lemon, Lubbock Lynn Ronald Lemon, Lubbock Bobby Loice Lemons, Fluvanna Marfha Ann Lemons, Tyler Roy Lee Lemons, Gainesville James Marvin Leonard, Abilene Charles Wesley Lewis, Gail John Rodney Lewis, Memphis Ann Prieslley Leverich, Fl. Worih Cora Jo Lilly, Amarillo Pafricia Ann Lindeman, Lubbock Mary Ann Lindley, Waco Roy Linker, Bogaia Jerald N. Linsley, Aspermonl James S. Livings'I'on, Jr., Marla Carroll Beri' Locke'H', Whifeiace Thomas Howard Lockharf, Pampa William W. Lofgren, Amarillo Frances Lokey, Lubbock Russel P. Lloyd, San Anionio Bernice Marie Love, Brislow, Oklahoma Jim R. Logsdon, Amarillo Norman Russell Loose, Jr., El Paso Pafricia Jean LoH', Posl' Gwinn Marshall Lovel, Lubbock Margarei' Mead, lrving Ada Jane Meissner, Midland James Menzies, Menard Vinceni' Thomas Meunier, Lubbock Walfer C. Meyer, Jr., Beasley Ronald Adolph Michalsky, Bayiown Shirley Kay Middlefon, Lamesa Raymond Mikolaiczyk, Poieel' Marfha Lynn Milburn, Lubbock Anne Miller, EI Paso Gary Miller, Lubbock James WaH's Miller, l-lousron Marianne E. Miller, Fr. Worih Mariorie Louise Miller, P+. Worih Ronald R. Miller, Clovis, New Mexico William Mark Miller, Opelousas, Louisiana Larry Leon Mil+on, Clovis, New Mexico Lolla Carolyn Mimms, Lubbock Gary Floyd Mims, Mineloa Gene Mi'I'chell, Big Spring James B. Mifchell, Dallas Kay Mi+chell, Garden Ciiy Alvin Eugene MiH's, Gruver Anne Lynn Millikin, Lubbock Page 376 Jeanie McMurry, Seminole Dolores A. McNeil, Dallas Leslie Jennings McNeil, Lubbock Ronny Flefcher McNuH, Peacock Edwin Dee McPherson, Maslerson Duane McQueen, Sweeiwaier Larry EmmeH Mcspadden, Eunice, New Mexico Lawrence Ray McWilliams, Dallas Roberf Madden, Lubbock Donna Ru+h Magee, McLean Carl N. McMahan, Breckenridge David Lee Mallory, Dallas Be'Hy Maloy, Waco Carroll Ann Mann, Slaion Sybil Sue Marion, Lubbock Arvle Edward Marshall, Canyon Roy Gene Mar+in, Levelland Roy E. Mason, l-lousion Charles Edward Masfers, Roian Wesley Will Masfers, l-lale Cenier Judy Beih Mafeiowsky, Abilene Carl Bruce Mafhis, Borger Marvin Ray Mafhis, Sagerlon John Jordan MaHhews, Graham Pafsy MaHhews, New Braunfels Marvin Malvin Mauldin, Lubbock Corinne Maxwell, Houslon Mifch Mayborn, Dallas Glenna Maureen Mayfield, Seminole Guy E. Meacham, Jr., Graham SOPHOMORES Dan Kelley Owen, Abilene Forresi' R. Narmour, Lubbock Sarah Be'I'h Nelms, Lubbock Carolyn Rebecca Nelson, Winlers D. Paul Nelson, Snyder James David Nelson, Tucumcari, New Mexico Jimmy Nelson, Midland Gwendolyn Elaine Nix, Crane George Pafrick Noakes, Fl. Worlh Charles E. Norfleef, Hale Cenier Perry Allen Norman, Dallas Keilh L. NuH', Midland Sfarlie Glen Pace, Levelland Dan New'l'on Page, Frilch Jimmy L. Pair, Fl. Worlh Lurline Pair, Whilharral Naydine Pair, Whilharral Palsy Ann Painfer, Lubbock John Douglas Pammill, Odessa Anfhony Ray Parker, Lubbock Paul Les Parker, Talco Hugh E. Parkinson, Las Vegas, New Mexico Mary Ann Parks, Melvin Vivian Marlene Parr, Andice Waller Roy Parr, Carlsbad, New Mexico James Lee Parrish, Pampa Roberl- S. PaH'erson, Lubbock Tommy Edward Palrlerson, Waco Debie PaHillo, Forl Slocklon Duane E. Pa'Hon, Big Spring Joe Henry Mize John D. Moncrieli, Dallas John R. Monfgomery, Teague John William Monlgomery, Lubbock Pefer Wood, Dallas Eric VerreH'e Moody, Jr., Houslon Jim Donald Moore, Kermil Marilyn Moore, EI Cenlro, California Ray Lynn Moore, Seymour Sue Ann Moore, Lubbock Wm. Don Moore, Vernon James Roberf Monis, Dumas Marilyn Ray Morris, Big Spring Mary Lou Morris, Lubbock Be'H'y Jean Morrison, San Anlonio Janys A. Mor'I'on, Lubbock Kay Moseley, Tomball Billy Gayle Mofley, Denver Cily Clyde Wesley Mounger, Levelland Sherry Mullin, Lubbock Donald Hal Murray, Dallas Roberl' Van Muse, Kilgore Mary Sue Myers, Colulla Roland Woodrow Myers, Lubbock William K. Myers, Lubbock Jan Ogden, Brady Janelle Ohlenbusch, Lubbock Bob R. O'Neal, Brownfield Bobby Lee O'Neal, Levelland Brenda L. Owens, Crane L nda Darlene Prafher Seminole Y i Benne'H' Lafaye'I'+e Price, Dallas Charles Ray Price, Pecos Mary Ellen Price, Canadian Kenneih Ray Pricke'H', Amarillo Roberi' Norman Prince, l-iousion Michael Vann Probasco, Ridgewood, New Jersey Frank O Prochoska Kil ore . , g Amon Wesley Procfor, Crosbyion Virginia Cookie Puig, Laredo Ronald Joseph Pyea'H, Fi. Worih Fores'I' Barne'H' Pyle, Jr., Longfellow Carolyn Jane Porfer, Lubbock Terry Eugene Posey, Odessa Frank R. Quells, Cisco Laiuana L. Rabb, Dallas Lewis Marvin Raibon, Jr., San Angelo Billy Freeman Rainey, Lubbock Habibullah Raiszadeh, Tehran, iran John Revlon Rauch, Carlsbad New Mexico Page 378 David Seih Ramsey, Abilene Penny Lyn Randel, Quanah William Thomas Randle, Hunisville Kennefh Rannefeld, Roscoe William N. Peacock, Jr., Posi' Jan Warren Pearcy, Seminole Donna Lee Pearson, Amarillo Billy Lindele Pearson, Lubbock Thomas H. Pel'I', Duncanville William Carl Pfluger, Eden Claude Ray Perry, Waco Derrel Van Perry, Whiie Deer Jerry Lee Perryman, Lubbock Philip Leon Pursley, Grand Prairie Gail Pefersen, Los Gaios, California Carl Lanier PeHy, Cheyenne, Wyoming Glenda Gay Phipps, Wellingion Jack Phillips, Weaiheriord Warner Phillips, San Angelo Rebecca A. Pierce, Lubbock Dorofhy M. Piian, Lubbock Roland Eulice Pike, Odessa Benjamin Lee Pilcher, Snyder Charles A. Pilgrim, Irving Donald R. Pirkle, Dalhari Gene Paul Pinson, Lubbock Sarah Alice Pinson, Forney Billy Maurice Plumlee, Abilene Kay L. Poage, Lubbock Roy Lon Poage, Lubbock Sfanley Thomas Poer, Jr., Pecos Jose Carlos Poes, Buenos Aires Herman C. Poaie, Jr., Tulia James W. Pope, Abernaihy SCPHOMORES Jerry Mack Roberlson, Lubbock John Herberl' Robinson, Amarillo Nancy Reed Robinson, Lubbock Richard Knox Robinson, Lubbock Glenn Robison, Hereford Roberl' Floyd Rodgers, Lubbock Joe Eugene Rogers, Henderson Richard Lee Rogers, Cleburne Michael Ross Rodman, Houslon Marion Roper, Winlers Sidney Griffin Roper, Jr., Mexia Charles Lee Ronshausin, Gonzales Marlin Le Roy Roonsman, Mesquile AnneH'e Rose, Lubbock Wendel Joseph Rose, Dallas Rachel Rifa Rosinger, Borger Dan Brown Ross, Carlhage Marjorie Royse, Amarillo Mary Margarel' Rogers, Roswell, New Mexico Lynn Rownfree, San Anlonio Roberl' Rubio, Holguin, Cuba James Ronald Rucker, Bowie Harrell E. Rudolph, Lubbock Gerry C. Rudd, Tyler Baxfer Ray Rue, Lubbock Winslon Norris Rumsey, Lubbock Sandra Sue Rurledge, Lubbock Nelson C. Sager, San Anlonio Ann Sanders, Morlon James Harold Sanders, O'Donnell James Jacob Rafhmill, Mesquile Ben Ray Ra+liFF, Wellingron James Roberl' Ra+liFF, Lubbock Edward Rave Rame, Pelersburg Roberi Reagan, Burkburnell' Fred Reeves, Dallas Jack B. Redman, Wizard Wells Thomas J. Reed, Odessa Delber+ Winslon Reed, Sidney Marsha Lee Reily, Fl. Worlh Frank Charles Renfro, Vernon O. C. Renfro, Hereford James Coleman Resfer, Cliflon Philip Charles Reynolds, El Paso Wendel Ray Reynolds, Sanla Fe, New Mexico Carole Ann Rice, Dallas Ronnie Dean Rice, Lelors Charles R. Richardson, Shalluck, Oklahoma Janne Dee Richardson, Bellaire Edna Ray Riley, Roswell, New Mexico Rosa Elia Rioias, Ropesville Kafhryn Ann Riordan, Fl. Worlh Marvin Benzel Rippy, Lefors Jimmy Clinfon Roberls, Lelors John S. Roberfs, Tehuacana Judy Dianne Roberls, San Angelo Lefa Merle Roberfs, Lilllelield Mary Joyce Roberson, Lubbock Benyle Dean Roberlson, Jaylon George TruiH' Roberlson, Lubbock Page 380 Darrel Shepard, Roswell, New Mexico Rowean Myrle Shepard, Hari Leonard Franklin Shorf, Posi William Frank Simms, Panhandle James Marlon Simmonds, Kerrville Pafricia Ann Simnacher, Muleshoe Iva Simpkins, Galesville El+a Sue Simpson, Tulia Billy Andrew Sisk, Lewisville Wil'I'on Keifh Skellon, Lubbock Jerry Eugene Sla'I'on, Aflon Kalherine Ann Slaughfer, Bellair Charles Hugh Smilh, Weinerl Donald Delmar Smifh, Texhoma James Donovin Smi'I'h, Big Spring Janeda Smifh, Waco Jean Amelia Smi'l'h, Houslon Kay Lee Smifh, Fl, Worlh Leon Raymond Smi'I'h, Dallas Roberl' P. Smi+h, Dallas Sherri Ann Smilh, Abilene Shirley Pafricia Smifh, Hubbard Terence Franklin Smifh, Waco CharloH'e Sneed, Winlers Roberl' Sandidge, Dallas Charles Edward Salherwhife, Crane William Charles Schares, Dallas' Jean Schepers, McGregor Be-Hy Maude Schliffler, Graham Evens Charles Schmidl, Mason Paul George Schneider, Lubbock Jerome Schuefzeberg, Lockharl Howard G. Schulz, Eden Bobby Gerald ScoH', Pecos Carolyn ScoH', Jal, New Mexico Don W. ScoH', Daingeriield Jo Willene Sco++, Eunice Joyce ScoH', Lubbock Tommy Jay ScoH, Iowa Park William D. ScoH', Denver Ciiy Marl Gale Seale, Wichila Falls Rila Jane Seay, Lubbock Jerry Selfridge, Borger Annie Ru+h Sewell, Jacksboro Roberl' Raymond Sewell, Midland Charles Rober+ Seymore, l-louslon lola Yvonne Seymour, Lubbock Thomas G. Shamburger, Lubbock Paula Dell Shaw, Lubbock E. Jean Shawver, Lubbock Bernay L. Sheffield, Menard Sandra Shell, Corsicana David M. Shellon, Seminole Foy Marie Shelfon, Larnesa SOPHCDMCDRES R. S. Sfudebaker, Pampa Porfia Ann Suddreafh, Housron Lee Wayne Sullenger, Posl Jane E. Sullivan, Housion William E. Summey, Dallas Phil Shirley Summers, San Angelo Alvin Darrell Summers, Borger Merrill C. Swanson, El Campo Teddy Franklin Swindle, Pampa Kennefh Max Talkingfon, Tyler Donna Talley, Garland Frank Eldon Tapp, Boise Cily, Oklahoma Kennefh L. Tapp, Boise Cily, Oklahoma Gerald Dean Tale, McLean Bobby Lynn Taylor, Snyder Charles Eddie Taylor, Amarillo Don D. Taylor, Sherman JeaneHe Helen Taylor, Lubbock Keiih Taylor, Waco Pa'I'ricia Lane Taylor, Belion Roberi' Dale Taylor, Jr., Odessa Thomas Charles Taylor, Vicloria Tommy Taylor, Bonham Joseph L Tee+ers, Levelland Wanda Jean Teefers, Levelland Mary Belle Ten Eyck, Midland Joe Bailey Thaxfon, Plainview Carral Morgan Thomas, Midland Hoy? J. Thomas. Wealherford James Melvyn Thomas, Fi. Worlh Maynard Snell, Lampasas Sharon Elizabefh Snow, Laredo Bobby Lee Snyder, Sweelwafer James Efher Solley, Graham Thomas Roberf Sowder, Loving Johnny Virginia Sowell, Corona, New Don W. Spaulding, Wichiia Falls James Hamilfon Spencer, Ozona Janice Sue Spencer, Temple Marie Louise Spiars, Fredericksburg Margarei' Splawn, Lubbock Janice Ann Sprales, Houslon Eula Belle Sfacy, Anfon Sandra Kay Sfandefer, Grapevine Pafricia N. Sfanyer, Abilene Judifh Kay Sfeadman, Trenl Phil Sfeen, Corpus Chrisii Gerald H. Sfephenson, Lubbock Clarence Thomas S'I'ewar+, Fl: Worih Richard Morgan Sfewarf, Morgan John C. Sficksel, Amarillo John Charles Sficksell, Dallas Alan G. S'I'ill, Dallas Marilynn S1'ipp, Hobbs, New Mexico Mexico Anne Evelyn Sfovall, Norman, Oklahoma Sfovey H. Sfovall, Seminole Rufh Anne Sfrain, Lancasfer Udo Johann Sfrasilla, Berchlesgaden, Germany Joyce Carol Sfreidl, Dallas Billie Jean S'I'roehle, Memphis Page 382 Bel"l'ye Jo Tyler, Ralls Fred Underwood, Dallas Vickie Lea Underwood, Dallas Roberl Lincoln Up'l'on, Pueblo, Colorado Larry Roy Van Cleave, Lubbock Don Max Vars, Tulia Donna Rulh Vaughn, Denver Cily Frank Holmes Vaughn, Wichira Falls Lilburn Vaughn, Carlsbad New Mexico Homer Vaughn, O'Donnell Anna Jo Veazey, Lubbock La'l'relle Venable, Garden Cily Kees Maarlen Verheul l-louslon Shari Glen Vick, Cleburne Mehdi Vossoughi, Ahwaz, lran Michael Marion Wadill, Amarillo Lanny Wadleigh, Snyder Glenn Warner Wakefield, Sparenburg Dennis B. Walker, Amarillo Janis Walker, Waco Kennelh D. Walker, Lamesa Linda Polk Walker, Fl. Worlh Jim Don Wallach, Tulia John Charles Waller, Jr., Fi. Worlh James Shelby Thomas, Lubbock Carol Thomason, Midland Philip Calvin Thomison, Houslon Alice Sharon Thompson, Co+'ron Cenler Carl Alberf Thompson, Daylon George Thompson, Clarendon Mildred A. Thompson, Richardson Perry Thompson, Housion Weldon Claylon Thompson, Eden Barbara Thorn'I'on, Vigo Park William Louis Thornlon, Aspermonl' Joann Thurman, Dallas John T. Tiano, Sanla Fe, New Mexico Jacqueline AnneHe Till, El Paso Frank Leroy Tillery, Levelland Barbara Kay Tinney, Coleman Kennelh Paul Tirofi, Vernon Delle Tisdale, Ballinger Ganell C. Tocci, Roby Larry Lahray Todd, Amarillo Tommy Earl TolleH, Borger Simon P. Tomlinson, Brady Nancy Kay Tomlinson, Canyon Madelyn Es+eIIe Tongale, Waco Nelda Sue Tongale, Brownwood BeH'y Ann Townsend, Amarillo Dor'I'hy Lamoine Treadaway, San Angelo Mary Elhel Trui'H, Clillon Donald D. Tucker, McKinney John ScoH' Turner, Fl. Worlh SCPHCMORES William James Whiflock, Ausiin Lowell Dean Whiflock, Plainview Duane B. Whiflow, Lamesa Gaylon B. Whifman, Thalia Eddie Louis Whifienberg, Iowa Park Grace Evelyn Whi'H'enbury, Amarillo Donald Wideman, San Anionio Harold Lee Widner, Lubbock Sarah Jane Wighf, l-lousion Mickey Wiles, Tulsa James Richard Wiley, Lubbock Janis Ann Wilkerson, Lubbock Charles M. Williams, San Angelo Coleman E. Williams, Plainview Louis Bryani' Williams, Jr., San Angelo Maurice Brown Williams, Dumas Richard Owen Williams, Bryson Roberf Edward Williams Roberf Wayne Williams, Marlin Roy Millard Williams, Jr., Fi, Worih Sue C. Williams, Lewisville Taylor Ray Williams, Bonham Terry Williams, Kansas Ciiy, Missouri Wanda Fay Williams, Sierling Ciiy Claudine Williamson, And rews Johnnie Ray Williamson, Erick, Oklahoma John Ray Willis, Mansfield Elizabeih Wilson, Lubbock Harold Curfis Wilson, l-lale Cenier Mary Sue Wilson, Lubbock Carl Adolph Wallers+ed'I', Waco James Joseph Walsh, San Anionio James Pairick Walsh, McAllen Viola Mae Wa'H'en, Slaion Amanda Ward, Lubbock Pafricia Jane Warlick, Dallas Kennefh W. Warren, Dallas Marilyn Warren, Lubbock Pairicia Ann Warren, Hobbs, New Mexico Jerry Ernesi' Waison, Decaiur Tony W. Wayland, Plainview Doroihy Alice Webb, Winiers John L. Webb, Wichiia Falls Mary Jane Webb, l-lobbs New Mexico Roy Gene Webb, Lubbock Tommie Wayne Webb, Colorado Ciiy Sammae Welch, Royaliy Glenn S. Wendham, Carmi, Illinois Arfhur Douglas Wcrner, Amarillo James Milfon Wesf, Lubbock Jimmy Wesi, De Leon Willadyne E. Wesfon, McKinney Gary Marvin WeHer, Fi. Worih Sherry Wheai, Pecos Buddy Whippo, Amarillo Charles W. While, San Angelo Kaihy L. While, Lubbock Richard Lee Whife, Pampa Wayne Ross While, Lawion, Oklahoma John Tom Whi+eman, Abilene Page 384 Carolyn Jo Young, Bula Louis Bruce Young, Morfon Roberf A. Young, Odessa Charles Ernesi' Zeeck, Lamesa Donald Lee Zimmerman, Hereford Mickey Miller Wilson, Amarillo Paul Garfh Wilson, Amarillo Sandra Wilson, Housfon Nancy Helen Wiffen, Porf Arfhur William Edward Winfree, Denison Thomas Porfer Wingo, Sudan Arnold C. Wiffe, Kingsville James Lamar Wiffliff, Blanco Warren Wise, New York Cify, N. Y Jerry Lee Wofford, Plainview Marsha Ann Wolfe, Dallas Ronald lrwin Wolff, Kilgore Norman Womack, Big Spring Billy Ray Womble, Sfinneff Lee Yon Wong, Ff. Worfh Bobby Mason Wood, Lubbock Willa Mae Wood, Marshall Dwain F. Woody, Lubbock Glenn Woody, Lu bbock Roberf Eugene Woolley, San Anfonio Pafricia Ann Worley, Housfon Claude Harry Worfham, Ff. Worfh Charles Curry Wrighf, Jr., San Anfonio Jacob Julias Wrighf, Vernon Roberf M. Wrighf, Ff. Worfh Marfha Wynes, EI Paso Burney Gene Yarbrough, Brownwood Henry W. York, Tyler Mike Lee York, Dallas Amber M. Yeary, Laredo SOPHCMORES e all lean a+ +he end Pg 385 Jerry Sforseih Janie Norris FRESHMAN FAVORITES Page 386 A L, Mifaigggpf gg ,n . Mm, 5, Jerry S+orse+h Lynn Richards Mike Mon+gome Presidenf Secrefary Vice-Presideni 4 ,,,, yy. y Q , A '. S . fwi?si5Qw,' 3 W , A vm V5 -. . fm, -ww f, -1 ff fs- , aw .Q -3 M, K Fa., si . ,LAR 7 Fe: a . - Iv "-'gm 'f.,,y,L , ,, K "V' wifi?-232' xx , S 'Y rx ,FF T2 Tx: fn wM Wm W 1 5, FQ m AX I IS -...K 5 QJK ,g ,Q Q , ,tiki ,me FRESHMAN OFFICERS Page 387 Page 388 William Suble'H' Anderson, Bryson Don Hagan Anderson, l-lousfon James Vernon Andrews, Bronie Marcia Lee Anglen, Dallas Barbara R. An+hony, P+. Worih Roger Lea Applewhife, Housion Jerry Wayne Arledge, Waco William H. Arledge, Seymour Arlice Garry Armsfrong, Lubbock Phyllis Anne Armsfrong, Lubbock E'H'a Juniva Arnold, Lubbock Lynval Joe Ar'I'hur, Mineola Earl Thomas Asel, Jr., Dallas Elaine Asher, Gaiesville James Richard Askew, Jr., El Paso Bobby D. Assiier, Lubbock Beverly Ann Aus'I'in, Lubbock Raymond Ausfin, Jr., Enochs Dorofhy Ann Ayres Karolyn Babain, Lubbock Marfha Jo Baccus, Smyre Dee Wayne Bachman, Vernon May Jean Bacon, Bronco Thomas A. Bacon, Dallas B. Michael Abel, Lubbock John Paul Abell, Vernon Janice Elizabefh Adams, San Anionio Margare-I' Ann Adams, Bryan Norma Jane Adamson, Lubbock Pamela Agee, LaMarque Judifh Larraine Agey, Monahans BeHy Agres, New Delhi, India Janice Lynn Aikman, P+. Worrh Roberi' Cus+er Albin, Follerl Cecilia AlbriH'on, Tulia Lloyd Colfax Alcorn, Odessa Donald J. Alderman, San Saba Kennefh Lee Aldridge, Tulia Ben F. Alexander, Lamesa Glenda Gay Alexander, Seagraves Pa'I'sy Alexander, Lubbock Reggie Alexander, Lubbock Roberi' N. Alexander, Breckenridge Sherrill Alexander, Olron Don Ray Allen, Dallas Cyn'I'hia Lane Almond, Lubbock Jay Amberg, EI Paso Carolyn Sue Ames, Fl, Worlh Jack Denney Ammons, Greenville Gasion Eugene Anasfas, Mineral Wells Angela Anderson, Midland Gayland Clay Anderson, Nazareih Helen Jean Anderson, Lubbock Roberi' L. Anderson, Jr., Lubbock FRESHMEN Gerlrude Louise Baugh, Monroe, Louisana Morris Bulch Baynes, Jr., Roberl Allen Beadel, Brownwood Billy M. Beaird, Sudan Richard Dean Beale, Pampa Jesse Beard, Lulkin W. Don Beck, Amarillo Sammie Wray Beckham, Jal, New Mexico William J. Beckham, Wink Donald Beckwilh, Dallas Molly V. Beddo, Roby Helene Anne Begay, Fruilland, New Mexico Roberl Keilh Beeson, Spur aJnel Mabel Bell, Lubbock Janel Mabel Bell, Lubbock Barbara Sue Bell, Shamrock Carl Crews Bell, Childress Dwighl Bellamy, Jr., lvlonahans Polly Belles, Alamogordo, New Mexico Marion Judilh Bell, Brownwood Sharon L. Bender, Houslon Palricia Gayle Benelield, Ralls Clark O. Bennell, Bellaire Elizabelh Ann Bennell, Canadian Lowell R'ay Benson, Sweelwaler Lynne Benlon, Lubbock Paul Bryan Bergslrom, EI Campo Frank Henry Besnelle, El Paso Barbara Jean Belly, Perrylon Merlyn Randall Beyer, Abilene Randall Bryan Bailes, Crane William D. Bailes, Seymour Dennis Leon Bailey, Slerling Cily Alice June Baker, Muleshoe Fred Lee Baker, Lubbock James T. Baker, Monahans Jeannelle Baker, Monahans Myron Dale Baker, Garland Roy Baker, Pecos William F. Baker, Anson William David Baldwin, Greenville Nancy Joan Baldwin, l-louslon Bobby Ray Ball, Dallas Jerry Carl Ball, Penwell Margarel lPeggyl Ball, McKinney Herberl Carler Ballew, Jr., Lubbock Elizabelh Ann Ballew, Eldorado Bryan Richard Baxler, Lubbock Tommy Earl Barksdale, Garland Cynlhia Barber, l-louslon Eric David Barber, Lubbock Jerry Mack Barker, Anson Lynda Carole Barlow, Fl. Worlh Barbara Barnes, San Anlonio Beverly J. Barnes, San Anlonio James Wesley Barnelle, Friona Lucy Elizabelh Bai-HeH, lulia Everell Barlon, Midland George A. Barlosh, Wichila Falls Eddie Joe Balen, Clarendon Page 390 A William Lincoln Bolin, Jr., Knox Ciry Blake V. Bolfon, Jr., Plainview Eva Joyce Bomar, Talpa James Sullivan Bond, Ill, Waco Lynn Boomer, Hereford Pal' Henry Boofh, Dallas Kay Frances Boren, Denver Ciry Tommy Boren, Amarillo Jacqueline Joyce Bourland, Pampa Billy Earl Boyd, San Angelo Cecil Lang Bradford, McCamey Tommy Ray Bradley, Wichira Falls Nedra Brennon, Taos. New Mexico Peggy Braselfon, Lubbock Richard Ashfon Bray, EI Paso Billy Mack Breedlove, Lubbock Bobby Brick, Dallas Josephine M. Bridges, Denver Ciiy Russell Frank Briner, Alvin Norman W. Brinfo, Crosbyion Ben BriH', Green Falls, Moniana Gary Richmond Brizendine, League Ciiy Suzanne Brizzolara, Housron James Walrer Brock, Fr Worih Donald Ray Bice, Simms Donald Neal Bigbie, Denver Ciiy Judy Carole Biggers, Harlingen Melvin Bippes, Pecos Carolyn Elaine Birch, San Angelo Barbara Rufh Black, Abilene Claude Allen lBuddyl Black, Muleshoe Joe Roberf Black, Ben Franklin John Palmer Black, Amarillo Bobby Blackburn, Kerrville Pafrick Blackburn, Dallas Peggy Carolyn Blackmore, Georgelown Elecive Blaire, Abilene Jerry Mack Blair, Lubbock Linda Raye Blake, Sherman Pafricia Esfelle Blake, Housron Julie Louise Blanchard, Auslin Judy Blank, Lubbock William Leslie Blann, London England Pe'I'er Charles Blazi, Jr., Parsy l. Blevins, Vernon George C. Blocker, Jal, New Mexico Mabel Blum, Dallas Ernes+ Guy Boardman, Wichira Falls Ni+a Marie Boardman, Coleman James K. Boarner, FT. Worrh James A. Boehm, Ill, Azle Jane+ Claire Boegli, Amarillo Harland LeRoy Boles, Fr. Worrh Lloyd L. Boles, Big Spring FRESHMEN Ben Burney, McAllen Ernesi' Glen Burns, Lubbock Carol Burrow, Dallas Jack Sanford Burris, McKinney Tommie Jean Burfis, Sa n Anronio Gary L. Bush, Houslon Mary Bussard, Higgins Jo Ann Byrd, Claude Boniia Kay Cabbiness, O'Donnell Carol Ann Caldwell, Lilflefleld Philip Bedford Caldwell, Bovina Diane Anifa Calhoun, Hobbs, New Mexico Elizabelh Ann Calloway, Abqaq, Saudi Arabia Marfha Camp, Coahoma Daphna Campbell, Tyler Larry Waid Campbell, Farmingfon, New Mexico Eva Campos Charlie David Cannon Lubbock I, Lubbock Don L. Cannon, Lubbock Claudia F. Canferbury Anifa Joyce Canfrell, Gra , Amarillo nd Prairie James Roberi Can+well, Bowie Pai' L. Coplin, Paris Carolyn Marie Carbaiah, Housron Olen Travis Cardwell, Denver Cify Howard H. Carlyle, Lubbock Marvin Arfhur Carpenfer, Monahans Lynda Lyell Carrufh, Dallas Clefa Joyce Carfer, Perrylon Rea L. Carier Jr., Seymour Allan Louise Brown, Posi Dick Burne'H' Brown, Plainview Frank Posey Brown, Jr., Leiors Gordon Reeves Brown, Maihis James Carlfon Brown, Big Lake Maxine Gail Brown, Wolriorih Roberi' Wayne Brown, Seymour Sammy Ann Brown, Lorenzo William Paul Brown, Abilene Woorow Orren Brownlee, Dallas Helen Bunice Bruse, Amarillo Julia Ann Bruns, Friona Drake Sundahl Bunday, Dallas Danny Joe Bru+on, Dimmiff BeH'y Sue Bryan, Winiers Bobby Jack Bryanf, Lubbock Clarence Jerry Bryanf, Morion Jimmy Alvin Bryanf, Quayah John David Bryanf, Hereiorcl Sandra June Bryanf, Monahans Palsy Camille Buck, Lubbock George Ches+er Buchanan, Lubbock Clyde Mil'l'on Bullock, Lubbock Roberi' C. Bullock, Dallas Alberi' Cliffon Burgess, Waco John Paul Burk, Lubbock Frank M. Burke, Jr., Tyler Freddie Lynn Burleson, Olney Celia Ann BurneH, Lubbock Donna Sue BurneH', Morion James Lynn Co'FFey, Amarillo Jack Morris Co'FFman, Lubbock Pafricia Cain, Munesler Kay Cole, Goodland Page 392 W. R. Collier, ldalou Sondra Frances Collinswor+h, Andrews Erwin Howard Collins Jr., Clyde Linda Kay Collins, Midland Margaref Ann Collins, Fl. Worlh Lincla Lu Collum, Fl. Worlh Cal'hie Conklin, Dallas Nella Jo Conlee, Lubbock Kirkland Dee Connally, Fl: Worlh Barbara Connery, l-louslon Willie Joe Conaway, Dickens Harold Lynn Conway, Pampa BeH'y Cook, Auslin Jody Cook, l'louslon Joe Gaylon Cooke, Pampa Deanna Mae Cooper, Turkey Gail Cooper, Dimmill Joyce Cooley, Rosslon Paul Willis Cooper, Odessa Sara W. Cooper, Waco Vanda Carfer, Floydada William Harold Carfer, Houslon Mary Jane Cashion, Lubbock Larry Randall Caskey, Bryson Bobby Lee Casey, Lubbock Clinl' H. Casfleberry, Lubbock Daniel Anlhony Cafania, EI Paso Jean Carolyn Cauble, Roby Bill McCauley, Lubbock Larry Eaves, Porl Arlhur Roberl' Caywood, Brady Jon Michael Cecil, Wichila Falls Tommy Doyle Chambliss, Win+ers Judy Ann Chase, l-louslon Pafsy Chaseley, l-louslon Mary Virginia Chew, Beeville Jess Ellis Chidesfer, l-lobbs, New Mexico Allen Leroy Chrislian, Fl. Worlh Donna Sue Chrislopher, Brownfield Janice S. Chrisfopher, Dallas Marshall T. Chumley, Lubbock Carol Sue Clark, Snyder Rodney Lee Clark, Lubbock Thomas L. Clark, Phan Joyce C. Cleveland, Canadian Delia Close, Lubbock Douglas Richard Clough, Van l-lorn Juan Cobarruvias, Jr., Laredo Dorofhy Jeanne Cochran, Odessa Sharon K. Cochran, Waco FRESHMEN Carol LoRaine Curry, Fl. Worrh Donald Curry, Dimmilf Jimmy Dale Curry, Kress Linda Cullum, Wickeii Eleanor Linda Culver, Houslon Josie Viola Cyperf, lv1cAdoo Susan Elaine Dacey, El Paso Claude Lucious Dailey, Jr., Gladewafer Be'l'sy Lou Dalfon, Azle Olin Kenf DaH'on, Amarillo Barbara Gay Damron, Hereford Jack Damron, Crane Dorofhy Faye Daniel, Hereford Elvia Edna Davila, New Deal John Wafson Darnell, Haskell Beverly Joanne Darsey, Malador Ned E. Davenpor+, Lubbock Roberi' Collins Davenporf, Dallas Sharon Kay Davenporf, Dallas B. Jeanie Davidson, Amarillo Francis Burns Davies, Dallas Billy Joe Davis, Olney Don Wayne Davis, Juslrin Gayle Anne Davis, El Paso James Thomas Davis, Lubbock Karen Elayne Davis, Irving Thomas Leon Davis, Posi Ina Amanda Daws, Plainview Pafricia Ann Dawson, ldalou Sandra De Anna Day, Odessa Lesfer Douglas Cope, Claude J. B. Copeland, Pampa Webb Corbin, Lamesa Ronald S'I'raHon Corn, Roswell Johnny Rue Cos'l'ner, Pampa John Philip CoHingim, Salem Carol Befh Corey, Lubbock Leldon Edward Cox, Bonham Sandra Phyllis Cox, Coleman Wilma Faye Craig, Hobbs, New Mexico Margarel' Ann Crawford, Sulphur Springs Roberfa Jeanne Craze, Houslon Jo Frances Creed, Wichifa Falls Milouise Cri'Henden, DeLeon Samuel Lamar Crook, Brownwood Marfha Varee Crooks, Tahoka Charles Paul Crossno, Dallas Marfha Gene Crow, Lubbock George Thomas Crowder, Fl. Wolrh Janis Claudine Crowley, Hamlin Omer Leon Crum, Dimmill Arfhur Dennis Crumley, FT. Worlh M. T. Crump, Lubbock Reginald Bryan Crump, Abilene Ann Cunningham, Odessa Jay Thomas Cunningham, Hamlin Ross Gordon Cummings, Richardson Janei Arlene Currie, Ralls James Alberl' Currie, Jr., Lubbock Billy Lee Curry, Amarillo Joan Dulaney, Grand Prairie H. Coil' Du Bose, Dallas Charles Thomas Draper, Amarillo Dorene Joanne Drake, Phillips Annie Be+h Drake, Tulia Sfanle Drew Doyle, Seminole Cynihia Ann Dupuy, Midland William David Dunlap, Longview Roberf Wills Dunham, Dallas Florence Jeane'H'e Duncan, EI Paso Susan Diane Duncan, Dallas Marie Dulaney, Sherman Priscilla Ann Dyess, Crosbyron Linda Lou Dyer, Midland Don William Dye, Dallas Joe Melvin Dwyer, McLean Suzanne Duval, Dallas Maris Diane Durham, Fl. Worih Mariiayne Dykes, Norrh Sacramenlo, California William C. Early, Dallas Page 394 I . Carol JeaneHe Easley, Dallas Ernesl' Floyd Easfer, Jacksboro Suzanne Helen Easferwood, Fr. Worrh Euland Macky Eaves, Brownfield Gary S. Dearen, Snyder Ouida Louise Deafherage, Lubbock Jim Decesare, l-lousfon Larry M. DeHay, Jr., Dallas Lefha DeLay, Monahans Nedia Gail Delcambre, Dallas James W. Demps+er, Midland Linda Joan Dennis, Lubbock Jon Denny, Bledsoe Donald Wayne Denfon, Lubbock Judy Derrick, Fi. Worrh Ellen JeaneHe Dews, l-lousion Favonia Maye Dial, Lubbock Mary Ann Dickey, Fl. Worrh Wilson Di Culifa, DimmiH' Norma Jean Dillman, Pampa Susan M. Dixon, Dallas Jo Ann Dobbs, San Anlonio Laura Elsa Dockray, Lubbock Cleo Grady Dodd, Jr., Mobeefie Ellis Lee Dodson, McKinney Dorofhy Dodswor'I'h, Bowie Charles Gregory Donoho, Dallas Harold Wayne Donahoo, Souihland Winsfon Wiley Doran, l-lobbs, New Mexico John March Doss, San Angelo Thomas While Dos+er, Coleman Jack Lewis Douglas, Lubbock Lorna Gay Douglas, Muleshoe David E. Doyle, Roby FRESHMEN William C. Eubanks, Maple Garry Michael Eudey, Fr. Worlh Sherry Bob Evans, Houslon Tommy Ewens, Housron Roberl Louis Ewing, Lubbock Larry Eugene Ezall, Bovina Mary Helen Fairly, Beville Jimmy D. Farmer, Lubbock Jeana Ray Farnum, Odessa William Howard Farris, DeKalb Lillian Jo Faubion, Midland Curfis Dan Faulkner, Wichila Falls Mary Susan Faulkner, McAllen Marlin Fells, Lueders Anna Fendrich, Sundown Dolores M. Ferguson, Sanla Fe, New Mexico Roberl Alfon Fielden, Canyon Linda Fields, Memphis Troy Dean Felber, Lubbock Lida Kalhryn Fincher, Lubbock Marlha Finger, Alvin Leslie Finnell, Holliday Pa'l'rick James Fisher, Big Spring Clifford Lee FlaH', Woodson Kalhryn Hope Fleming, Abilene Wayne E. Flemins, Crosbylon David Anfhony Flusche, Muensler Jill Flynl', Anson Frederick E. Followill, Lubbock Jerre Lynn Forbes, Arlesia, New Mexico Larry G. Eaves, Porl Arlhur Gloria Echols, Lamesa Marlha Ann Eckerf, Fl. Worlh Janel' Lou Eddleman, Gruver Scof Edingfon, Burkell Jerry Calvin Edmonson, Ollon Billy George Edwards, Abilene Ellen Edwards, Monahans John Presfon Edwards, Jr., Fl. Worlh Marfha L. Edwards, Galveslon Eleanor Merle Eidman, Housion Michael Elder, Fl. Worrh Palsy Dennis Elder, Panhandle William Henry Ellenburg, McKinney Barbara Jo Ellis, Plainview Geneva Ellis, Crosbyion Ronny Thorp Ellis, Brownwood Sid Morris Ellis, Brownwood James Nelson Embree, Wichila Falls Wallace Harlin Emerson, Jr., Sulphur Springs Addison Donald Emory, Jr., Amarillo Sharon Emily English, Lubbock Wilnah Mae Eschman, Wichila Falls Mari Ann Eskridge, Lubbock Wayne Esslinger, Fl. Worrh Bill Joe Esfep, Floydada Annie Jo Esfes, Lamesa Phyllis E+helyn, Jal, New Mexico Clo Ann Elhridge, Brady Polly VaRue EHer, O'Donnell Jerry Dan Gandy, Olney Larry Gandy, Olney Dorrance Lynn Ganfer, Galvesron John Grady Gardner, Dallas Marilyn J. Gardner, Dallas Orie Leon Garre'H, Bowie Thomas Dale GarreH, Albany David C. Garrison, Lee's Summit Missouri Eddie Wilson Gay, Bonham William H. Gayler, Jr., Mineral Wells Merle Gemmell, El Paso Gloria Marie Geniry, Lubbock Brenda Elaine George, Enochs Gerry William George, New Home Virginia Jolene George, Gruver George B. Gibson, Dallas Lawrence L. Gibson, Seguin Reed Demarcus Gibson, Farminglon, New Mexico Page 396 Charles O. Giegling, Wichila Falls Arden Gifford, Lubbock James Thomas Gill, Big Spring Virgil Max Gillean, Snyder Charles Michael Gilles, Abilene Charles Howard Gilliam, Lubbock T. Mack Forbes, O' Donnell Giles M. Forbess, Covinglon, Tennessee Henry Herchel Force, O'Brien B. A. Ford, Posl Henry Sfephen Ford, Wichiia Falls Judy Kafhryn Ford, Fl. Worlh Herman C. Forgason, Lubbock James Wal+er Forresfer, Jr., Big Spring Sandra Lane Forresfer, Seagraves Rolfe Cecily Forf, El Paso Donnie Fosier, Farminglon, New Mexico Lynell Elaine Fouls, Sagerion Mary Louise Fowler, Dallas Sarah Fowler, Seagraves Thresa Yvonne Fowler, Garlin James E. Fox, Pecos John Roberf Franco, EI Paso William Hayes Frawley, Fi. Worlh Ora Frances Fredenberg, Lubbock Barbara Jean Freeman, Dallas Judy Jane Froman, Lubbock Winfred Donald Fullwood, Roscoe Ted Fergeson, Vernon Louis Edward Furr, Olney James Furrh, Wichila Falls Ann Furshman, Dallas Max Gabriel, Spur Virginia Gail Galbraifh, Abilene Tommy Wesley Galloway, Lubbock William S+eward Galloway, Lubbock FRESHMEN Gary George Gregory, Kahoka, Missouri Roberi' Cornelius Grider, Pampa Pa+ricia Grider, Lubbock Johnny Edward Griffay, San Anionio Michael Griffin, Texas Ciiy Theresa Griffin, Slaion Glenda GrifFiHs, Vernon James Giuffre, Bellaire Jean Groesbeeck, El Paso John Ross Grossharf, Odessa William Bailly Guess, Jr., Weineri Horace Guihrie, Lubbock Eddie Don Hagine, Spur Jenny Lee Holey, Amarillo Billie Kafherine Hall, Pecos Ginger Leah Halsall, Housion Dus+y Ardel Ham, Amarillo Barbara Ann Hackler, Plainview Gus Charles HambleH, Lubbock William Lawrence Hamilfon, Fi. Worlh Olin O. Hammer, l-lousion Lyn Ellen Hammock, Vernon Judy Hanaway, Wichiia Falls Leonard Eugene Handley, Lockney Carol Jean Hanks, Bellaire Margo Hanson, Lake Jackson loberi' Charles Harder, Wichiia Falls James Wayne Hardin, Lubbock Mamie Sue Hardy, Lubbock Merlyn Laverne Harger, Lubbock Fred Gerry Girdner, Big Spring William Edward Glad, Galvesion Harold Andrew Glover, Andrews Jerry Don Godbey, Quail Tony Lee Godsey, Lubbock Jay Tyrone Godwin, Mobeeiie Charles D. Goforfh, Dallas Harlod Lee Golden, Borger Judifh Ann Goldsmi'I'h, Phillips Richard F. Goldsmi'I'h, Midland Carlos Gonzales, Jr., El Paso Doug Tyrone Goodgame, Odessa Ewald Leon Grabaum, Vernon Bobby Darrell Gran'I-, Big Spring Barbara Fay Gray, Bowie Cecil Selvage Gray, Shamrock Helen Clare Gray, Big Spring Leonard Don Greaves, Lamesa Barbara Jean Green, Seminole Bobby Ray Green, Fi. Worih Chrisfene Green, Maiador Donald Ray Green, Borger Ernesfene Green, Amarillo Florence Maxine Greene, Canyon Mifzi Karolyn Green, Lamesa Pafricia Gail Green, Fi. Worih Richard F. Green, Muleshoe Gary D. Greene, Seymour Virginia Greenhill, New Deal Wal'l'er Mabry Greenhaw, ldalou Margie Haffon, Lubbock CharloH'e Jane Hargis, Seminole Roberi' Dan Hawkins, Quanah Juanifa Hayden Pa+ricia Ann Hayes James Walfon Haynie James Blair Hays, Roberf Emme'H Hazlewood Von Dean Heairren, Lubbock Housfon Lubbock Ballinger Lubbock Midland Richard Allen Heard, lvlcCamey John W. Hea+on, Texline Judi+h A. Herberf, Kaiy Nancy Hecfor, Coleman Linda Anne Hegwer, Bellaire Harlan R. Heiikamp, San Anionio John Laqui+a Helms, Lockney Yvonne Helms'l'eHer, Childress Homer Irwin Henderson, Jr., San Angelo Joe Mack Henderson, Lubbock John H. Henderson, Freepori Joyce Gaile Henderson, Abilene Shirley Ann Henderson, Fr. Worih Lanny Wayne Hendricks, Pampa Jim Hendrix, Parnpa Page 398 BeHy Ruih Hargrove, Brownfield JoreH'a Hargrove, Roian Jimmy Harkrider, Brady Brenda Hayne Harmel, lvlegargel Nancy Jeanne Harmon, liasca James Wilbur Harper, Fi. Worih Raymond Gordon Garrell, Jr., Hiichcock Max Edward Harringion, Anfon Bill Ray Harrison, Fi. Worih Beverly Sue Harris, Tulia W. Breck Harris, Dallas Dickey Marie Harris, O'Donnell Donna Lee Harris, Clovis, New Mexico Jack Winfield Harris, Housion Judifh Ann Harris, Lubbock Scharlo'He Lea Harris, Tyler Sharon Leigh Harrison, Housfon Wayne Lee Harrison, Pampa Edgar Taylor Hari, Fi. Worih James Russel Hari, Borger Judy Hari, Lubbock Nancy Louise Har'I', Amarillo Vivian Hari, Lubbock Smifh W. Hariley, Jr., Galvesion Helen Arline Harizog, Farwell Charles Turner Harvey, Sweelwaier Carolene Ann Hash, Seymour Johnny Berf Hasiings, Wichiia Falls Roy Edward Ha+ch, Lamesa Lynda Ha'Hon, Fl. Worih FRESHMEN Genevieve Elaine Hoeldlke, Bowie Kay Carol Hoelscher, Anlon Carl William Hoffmann, Jr., Easlland Homer M. Holland, McAllen Jimmy Eugene Holland, Wichila Falls Mar-Jo Holley, Plainview Lameda Nell Holly, Mineral Wells Beverly Holmer, Lubbock Bill Becham Holmes, Jr., Lubbock Frances Holmes, San Angelo Eugene Lee Holl, Lubbock Sleve Paul Homer, Groom Roberl Honls, San Anlonio James G. Hood, Dallas Odie A. Hood, Lubbock Waller L. Hood, Slamlord Jerry Wa ne Hoover, Roswell, New Mexico Y Belly Frances Hopkins, Abilene Janel Dianne Hopkins, Fl. Worlh Jerry Don Hopkins, Lubbock Jimmie Lee Ray Hoppe, Winlers Laura Horn, Lubbock Roberl Lee Horlon, Olney Crelha Rose Howle, Plainview Herberl David House, Dallas Gracelyn Mae Housen, Winlers Danny George Howard, Childress Ellon Howard, Midland Harvey Kyle Howard, Lubbock Palsy Rulh Howard, Midland Charles Curlis Henry, Fl. Worlh Kennelh Henry, Muleshoe Mancy Ann Henry, Rule Roger Henry, Brownliield Wilson Wayne Henry, Shamrock James Calvin Henson, Dallas Pal Herberl, Dallas Gerald Lawrence Hermesmeyer, Groom Delna Lynn Hernlund, Monlgomery Alabama Carol Ann Hesler, Brownliield Donald Gene Hewell, Big Spring Ray Nelson Hewell, Lubbock Palsy Sue Hexl, Brady Floyd Elmond Higgs, Lubbock Barbara Ann Hill, Slanlon James Carrol Hill, Memphis James M. Hill, Lubbock Jerry Glenn Hill, Dallas Rodney Culver Hill, Lubbock Shirley Ann Hill, Waco Tom Hillis, Hermleigh Alice A. Hillyer, Houslon Mary Hillyer, Tyler Tommy Lee Hinkle, Midland Chris Hinoiosa, San Anlonio Don Wayne Hinlon, Pampa R. Lane Hinlon, Lubbock Marlha Pearl Hill, Lubbock Marcia Pember Hobbs, Lubbock Gerald Wilson Hodges, Dallas Carroll Jackson, Lu bbock Harry Nelson Jackson, Universily Cily, Missouri Page 400 James Leon Jackson, Phillips Merium Jackson, Auslin Nickey G. Jackson, Slamlord Karl Xavier Jamail, Houslon Jack Richard James, Jr., Fr. Wor+h Jerry Pai' James, Monahans Sharen Jean James, Dallas Carolyn Jenkins, Dallas Allen Lee Jennings, Junclion Bobby Joe Jennings, Lorenzo Lewis Newfon Jernigan, Wichila Falls Margaref Jesse, Eden Joe JeH', Houslon Marian Celesfe Joachin, Houslon Linda Lou Jobb, Lubbock Randell Larrell Joes, ldalou James Philip Johns, Dallas Alexander Johnson, Fl. Worlh Arno Sfewarl' Johnson, Texas Cily Chesfer E. Johnson, Henderson Curfis Dan Johnson, Lubbock James R. Johnson, Levelland Richard Lewis Howard, Anfon Richard Michael Howard, Odessa Charles Douglas Howell, Dallas Don Wayne Howell, Dimmill Glen Ray Howell, Pampa Cliffon Doyd Huckaby, Amarillo Harold Raymond Hudgens, Ballinger Dan Raymond Hudson, Lubbock David Ray Hughes, Galvesion Francis Howard Hughes, Lampasas James Thomas Hughes, Wichi+a Falls George Frank Huling, Hamlin Janice Elayne Hull, Odessa Penny Hul'rs, Fr. Worih Alan Warren Hunkapiller, Amarillo Be'l'sy Hunf, Houslon Judilh Hun1', Frederich, Oklahoma Judy Glenn Huni, Plainview Loy Lenoir Hun'rer, Dallas Richard A. Hunfer, Hereford Elizabeih Ann Hurs'I', Wellinglon David Wooldridge Hur+, Dumas Pafricia Ellio'H Huse, Lubbock Lyndal Royce Hufcherson, Sherman Lynne Dennis HuH'on, Lubbock Carl O. Hyde, Midland Henry Roberi' Hyl, Miami, Florida Phillip Jerry lnvin, Winlers Darrell Dean lsham, Sunray Wesley Harrell Jable FRESHMEN Nan Dee Keenum, Cleburne Brenda Kay Keeion, P+. Worih Alice Jean Kei'I'h, Dallas Cyn'l'hia Keifh, Paducah Daniel Gilberi' Keifh, Whiieiace Timonfhy F. Keleher, Fi. Siocklon Thomas James Kelly, Belion Kay Kelfner, Crane Karen Jane Kenf, Pori Arihur James Paul Herbow, San Angelo Carolyn Grace Kern, Amarillo Ann Kerr, Lubbock Wayne Leigh Kerr, l-lousion Charles WyaH' Kersh, Brownfield Karolyn Kay Kessinger, Brownfield David Key, Snyder Royce E. Key, Childress Carolyn Keyfon, Lubbock Harold Dwayne Kidd, George Wesi Jackie Charlene Kidwell, Vernon Johnnye Kilgore, Brownwood Richard Charles Kimes, Lubbock BeHy Kimmey, Lubbock Bobby Wayne King, Lamesa Carol Sue King, San Anfonio Don King, Lubbock Donald M. King, Cheyenne, Wyoming Jean Frances King, Bellaire Sandra Lynn King, Amarillo Jerry Wade Kirby, Denver James S. Johnson, Midland Jane+ Sue Johnson, Dumas Larry Don Johnson, Kress Marfha JuaneH'e Johnson, Lubbock Nancy Mifchell Johnson, San Anionio James Monroe Johnsfon, Ill, Anfon Nor'l'on EllioH Johnsfon, Dallas Virginia Mae Johnsfon, Fi. Worlh Adelia Lynn Jolly, Lockney Ari Jones, Dallas Dave Wesley Jones, l-lousion Donald Glenn Jones, Vernon James R. Jones, Floydada Janis F. Jones, Groesbeck Jeral Ray Jones, Midland Judifh Ann Jones, Kiriland New Mexico Judy Jo Jones, Dallas Howard E. Jones, Posi Karol Kay Jones, Midland Tamasyne Jones, Eldorado Mary Elizabefh Jorden, Lubbock Jacquine Jouanef, l-lousion James B. Joy, Tulia Donald Richard Judd, Fi. Worih Judifh Ann Juices, Dallas Pairicia Junker, EI Paso Carl Edward Kainer, Sagerion Kay Karr, Corpus Chrisii Linda Gail Karrh, l-lale Cenier Rosemary Kay, Lubbock Reuben Raf+ Lamber+, Jr., ldalou Dennis Michael Lamphere, Lamesa Leia Irene Landrum, Waco James Thomas Lane, Fl. Worlh William Clinlon Lange, Ballinger Bob Langley, Gainesville Bill David Lanfz, Vernon David Alcon Larson, Dallas Virginia L. Laughfer, Beeville Beverly Jan Lawson, Brownwood Corinne Lawlon, Dallas Marfha Susan Lay, l-louslom Waller Sanford Lay'l'on, Fl. Worlh Jimmy Gene LeBeau, Lovinglon, New Mexico Page 402 Charles Erwin LeBus, Vernon Richard Lee Leddon, Jr., Fl. Worlh Dona Ledgerwood, El Paso Jerry Pa+'rerson Lee, Fl. Worlh Jimmy Lee, Arlesia, New Mexico Linda Jo Lee, Houslon Penny Lee, l-louslom Sieve Lee, l-lale Cemler Sallye J. Lemon, Slalom Sallie Jo LeMond, Lubbock Sallie Sue Kirby, Lubbock Alberl' Lawrence Kirk, Seminole Roberf W. Kirk, Plainview Alfred G. Kirke, Fl. Worlh John Edward Kirkpafrick, Amarillo Mickey C. Kirkpalrick, Dallas Benny Mika Kirksey, Wolflorlh Rodney Joseph Kiffen, Slalom Harrie? Elizabefh Ki'I'+rell, Dallas Mary Ann Kla'l'+enhoFF, Slalom Roberi' E. Knigh'I', Tyler John Wayne Knoslman, Bellaire Janel' L. Knowles, El Paso Lysle J. Koch, Frilch Dorlhea Koehler, Bellaire William Roberl' Koehler, Dalharl David Eugene Koeppe, Fl. Worlh Kay Elaine Kring, Abilene Rodney G. Kring, Abilene Shirley Krueger, Olney Karen Kuhlman, Waco Paula Sue Kuykendall, Lubbock Jack Ward Lackey, Lovinglon, New Mexico Jerry Don Lackey, Lubbock Suedora Jane Lackland, San Anlomio Malcom Dennis Laliferfy, Garland Roberi' Allen LaGrove, Dallas Rufh Ann Lair, Norwalk, California Michael Laird, Galveslom Don E. Lamberl, Wichila Falls FRESHMEN Donald Loyd LoH, Ozona Judy Lo'H, Fr. Worlh Lynda Ann Love, Killeen Pa'I'sy Anne Lovelace, Denver Ciry William Berl' Low, Weslaco Sharon Evon Lowary, Kermil Duane Harvey Lowe, Galveslon Monle Neil Lowe, Wichila Falls Sandy Lowe, Winlers Linda Jean Lown, Dallas Jack E. Lowrance, Floydada Tom Melvis Lowrance, Floyclacla Roberla M. Ludlow, Clinl Mike Sco'H' Lundy, Lubbock Roberl' Jesse Lundy, Jr., Mineral Wells Sylvia Ann Lusk, Lubbock James David LuH'rell, Bronle Jerald Cl'FFord Lyons, Dallas Charles B. McAdams, Goldsmilh Billy Ray McAfee, Eleclra Auvy Lee McBride, Posl Don Gordon McCar+y, Lirllelield Glenda Eileen McCar+y, Dallas Jerry Lynn McCar+y, IvlcCamey Palricia R. McClain, Dallas Marion McCluney, Fl. Worlh Terrance M. McClure, Abilene Bryan McConnell, Fl. Worlh James W. McCorquodale, Garden Cily Davey LaRoy McCullough, Brownwood William EvereH' Leonard, Dallas Linda Lou Lesfer, l-lolliday Lynn LevereH, Lubbock Eun Sang Lew, Seoul, Korea Alan David Lewis, Ranger Donna R. Lewis, Nolan Murriel Rufh Lewis, Crane Gordon Liegh, San Anlonio Cleo Leon Ligon, Lubbock Vernon Ru+h Liles, Collon Cenler Marlha Lincoln, Levelland Gloria Lindsey, Dallas Anne Bishop Lipscomb, l-louslon Ronald Gene Lire'H'e, Houslon Melvin Beri' LiHle, Decalur Larry Ray LiH'leiohn, lrvinq Jane Livermore, Lubbock Lyon Huff Lockharf, Alpine Sam L. Lockwood, Jr., Harlingen Carlos Wi'H' Loeffler, Sonora Carole Ann Logan, Houslon Geraldine Lokey, Lubbock Jock Clemenl' Lollemenf, Wickell Barbara Jo Long, Lubbock Edmund Lewis Long, Lubbock Mary Judi'l'h Long, Dallas Marylah Ellen Long, Lubbock Edifh Longmoor, Rosebud Margarel' Julienne Loomis, Sanla Fe New Mexico James Franklin Loper, Dallas Gwen Madole, Flousion Jere Don Mahon, Panhandle MarleH'a Lee Mallico+e, Fi. Worih Malcolm B. Manchee, l-louslron John Lewis Maneval, l-lousion Carolyn Maniha, l-louslon Carl'l'on Mann, Irving Claude Wayne Mann, Seminole Dan Manning, Lubbock James Roberi Manning, Lubbock Judiih Ann Manning, Denver Ciiy AI Manny, Brackeiiville Roma-Lou Mansel, Fi. Worih Clarence Eugene Maralc, Pampa Daurice Del Marell, Pampa Esfer Jennice Marks, Floydada Goldman Sheldon Marsh, Girvin Reagan Merediih, l-lousion Edsell Howard Mar+in, Tucumcari, New Mexico Louise Doll Mar+in, Abilene Margarel' May Marlin, Wingaie Mary E. Marlin, Pensacola, Florida Neville Glenn Marlin, Vernon Pafricia Ann Mar'l'in, Wichila Falls Hes+er Lee McCune, El Paso John Lee McDade, Elecira Marfha McDaniel, Amhersi Sandra Jean McDaniel, Lubbock Gale McDougal, Abernaihy Bill l. McDowell, Denver Ciiy Amelia Ann McElheny, Dallas Jan McElroy, Lubbock Kennefh Dale McElroy, Cleburne Leon Harold McElvany, Garland Lafanne McFadden, FT. Worih Bobby Frank McGough, Asloerrnoni Jimmie Lee Mclniire, Levellancl Benn James Mclver, Brookesrniih Milfon Bryan McKee, Lubbock Raymond McKee, Dallas Billy Jack McKinney, Clovis, New Mexico Joe Charles McKinney, McKinney Dan W. McKnighl', Rocksprings Marva Lynn McLaughlin, Elecira Joe Lynn McLellan, Friona Joseph M. McMahan, Tyler Sharon Rose McMaken, Louisville, Keniucky Paisy Lynn McMillan, Levelland Marcia Dee McNeill, l-lobbs, New Mexico Kennefh McWai'ers, Pannpa Carol Sue McWilliam, Lubbock Wanda Sue Mackey, Sonora Neal Wayne Maddin, Vernon Madalyn Marie Maddox, Fi. Worih FRESHMEN William JarreH' Miller, Dallas James E. Miller, Del Rio Lawrence Raymond Miller, Dalharf Marion Mervyn Miller, Eorsan Ray Miller, l-louslon Sally Jo Miller, La Marque Terry Housfon Miller, Lubbock Beverly Ann Mills, Dimmirl' William Curry Mills, Jr., El Paso R. Sue Mims, Waler Valley Wendell Lynn Minis, Vernon G. Jay Minyard, Lilllelield Doris Jean Mifchell, Waco Sco++ L. Mock, Amarillo Ann Price Mon'l'gomery, E+. Worlh Michael Monfgomery, Borger Paul Michael Monfgomery, Memphis Roberl' Dayle Mon'l'gomery, Lililelield Linda Kay Moody, Snyder Anna Bess Moore, Acufi Clovis Moore, l-lousion Elaine Moore, Muleshoe Euleen Belle Moore, Pampa Garland Eugene Moore, Lovinglon Gay Lee Moore, Abilene Linda Giles Moore, Brownfield Harold A. Moore, Dallas Lecil Andre Moore, Merkel Milron Edward Moore, Dimrnill Myrna Voy Moore, Roaring Springs Richard Marricle, Wichila Falls Donald Ray Mason, Ollon Larry B. Masren, Plainview Annabella Masfers, Lubbock Jerry Burns Maffhews, Polo, Illinois Gary Wendell Ma'l'his, Loraine Veefa Fay Mafhis, Rule Sandra Lee Mauck, Fl. Worlh Marsha Mayer, Dallas Presfon Elmer Maynard, Lubbock Noah Calvin May, Pampa Jackie Wayne Mazy, Lubbock Charles Daniel Meador, Slamlorcl Glenn Meador, Houslon Jerry Lo'H'on Medearis, Denison Terry Mellon, Dallas Philip Menlesana, Dallas James Lu Maize, Levelland Roberl' W. Meyer, San Anlonio Ginger Virginia Meyers, Dallas ' Roger Lynch Milburn, Lubbock Arfhur Charles Miller, Jr., Happy Barbara Miller, Lubbock Barbara Jo Miller, Lubbock Billy Don Miller, Lubbock Dale Loy Miller, Borger David Kirk Miller, Wesl Orange, New Jersey Donald Wayne Miller, l-lenriella Freddie Be+h Miller, Abernalhy Harry Miller, Lilllefield Richard W. Murphy, Odessa Cam Murray, Dallas Oris Jess Murray, Winiers Weldon Bradley Musick, Amarillo Donna Jean Myers, Dallas John Meyers, Memphis, Tennessee Janef Rufh Nance, Kyle Conrad Neal, Bellaire Iven Ashley Neal, Pearsall Rufh Neal, Haiboro, Pennsylvania Jim Tom Neely, Shamrock Joe Abb Neely, Sierra Blanca Kennefh Roberf Neher, Odessa Adolph John Neslcy, Bandera Sylvia Marie Nevils, Mineral Wells John G. NeviH', Dallas Jeannie Arlan Newman, Shallowaier Nancy Carole Neumayer, Dimmi'r'r Clarence A. Newsom, Wichira Falls Jane Evalyn Newsom, I-Iereiorcl Kennefh Arnold Newsom, Ruidoso. New Mexico Page 406 Royce Garland Newsom, Lubboclc Gail Margaref Nichols, Ausrin Nancy Pearl Moore, Whearon, Illinois Barbara Morgan, I-Iousfon Thomas Wayne Morgan, Irving Jess Carl Morley, EI Paso Carol J. Morris, Seymour Donnie Morris, Levellancl Michael Dulce Morris, Lubboclc Norman ScoH' Morris, Sulphur Springs Roberi' Ausiin Morris, Bloominqion, Indiana Roberi' Tynall Morris, Paris Vera Jo Morris, Perrylon Josephine Morrison, San Anlonio Myrna Kafhryn Morrison, Plainview Saundra Jean Morrow, Roian Wendell Burr Morrow, New I-Iome James L. Morfon, Richardson Theresa Gail Moses, Dallas Wayne L. Moses, Mission Sharyn Kaye Mosk, I-Iousron Mary K. Mosfy, Cenrer Poinr Jeanine Moiney, I-Iousron David Moun'I', Floydada William Carfer Mueller, FI. Worlh Gerald Michael Muhl, I-Iousion Gerald C. Murff, Abilene Milron Gayle Mullanax, McLean Norma Dale Mullins, I-Iaslcell Joan Mumford, Dallas Pafricia Ann Murphy, FI. Worrh FRESHMEN James E. Parish, Hobbs, New Mexico Myra Parke, Midland Flora Lee Parker, Jayron Frances Mae Parker, Snyder John Bruce Parks, Clifron Glenda Gayle Parmer, Fr. Worfh Goldman EvereH'e Parish, HewiH Frances Jane Paschall, Nocona Lynell Paschall, Wichila Falls John A. Paslay, Lone Pine, California Thomas Fred Pale, Vernon Roberi' Henry Po'I'ee1', Lamesa Barbara Jean Pafrick, Houslon Mary Elizabefh Parrick, Lubbock Alice Jane Pa'H'erson, Snyder Donald Ross PaHerson, Overfon Larry TruiH' PaH'erson, Kermir Nancy Kay PaH'erson, Dallas Frances E. Payne, Plains Rebecca Ann Payne, Delroil Russell Vernon Payne, Breckenridge Judy Peacock, Cleburne Clarence Don Peck, Colorado Cify Mar+in A. Pedersen, Dallas Jimmy D. Peek, Lubbock Barbara Alice Pelfrey, Caracas, Venezuela Phillip Edwin Pendley, Lubbock Karen Gayle Pennell, Sourhland Claude Ar'I'hur Perdue, Lubbock Paul Mason Nichols, Fr. VVorJrh Marlin L. Nicol, Houslon Don C. Nix, Hobbs, New Mexico Jerry Norman, Lubbock Lufher Herschel Norman, Pampa Janie Sue Norris, Odessa Terry J. Nor+hcuH', Colorado Ciry Susan Novak, Odessa Mary Ann Nugenr, Sundown Kennerh Powell Nunnery, Temple Karen O'Brien, Woodville Michael O'Dell, Lancasfer Margarifa Winifred O'Hara, Housron John MiH'on O'Haugher+y, Lubbock Gary C. O'Kief, Lovingion, New Mexico Don O'Neal, Brownfield Joyce Elaine Odorizzi, Lubbock Lynda B. Oglesby, Dallas Freda Yvonne Oliver, Wellman Alice Faye Orr, Lubbock David Charles Osborne, Panhandle Vickey Rufh Osborne, Pampa Barbara Owen, San Saba Margarei' Ruan Owen, Colorado Ciry Michael James Owen, Dallas Gene Owens, Fi, Worlh William A'l'hearn Paddock, Fr. Worlh Jon Phillip Page, Lubbock Roberi' F. Palmer, Odessa Buddy Gene Palser Page 408 Ronald Theodore Pi'l'zer, Midland Leroy Plumlee, Cleburne Dorolhy Ann Plunke1"r, Roscoe Roberl' Wayne Poer, New Home TrueH' William Poer, Monahans Lonnie M. Pollard, Menard Judy Dee Pool, Levelland Beri' E. Pope, Temple Donald Raymond Porler, l-louslon Rober+ Lee Porfer, Aspermonl Jimmy Allen Powe, Lubbock John C. Powell, Wink Murphy Dallas Powell, Plains Sharon Virginia Powell, Fl. Worlh Bobby Gene Powers, Monahans Gay N. Powers, Tyler Roberi' Powers, Gainesville Sandra PraH', Lamesa James H. Prenlice, Wichila Falls Joe Dan Presfon, Childress Richard G. PreweH', Black Judilh Leland PrewiH', Brownfield Barbara Price, Fl. Worlh James Earl Price, Marlin Marion "Nickie" Perkins, Dallas Alice Ann Pefers, San Anlonio Carol Ann Pe'H'y, Houslon Nelda Joy PeH'i+, Odessa John A. PeH'y, Lubbock Margie Ann PeHy, Lubbock Mary Lynn Pevelo, Lubbock Gilberl' Lamar Pfeiffer, Boerne Mary Pfingslen, Lubbock Jan Lee Pfluger, Eden Royce Lane Phares, Phillips George Roberl Phenix, Lubbock Cloyd LeRoy Phillips, l-lobbs, New Mexico William Phillips, Loco l-lills, New Mexico Gary DewiH' Phillips, Lubbock Pal Phillips, Lubbock Phyllis Wyvonne Phillip, Pampa Bobby Dean PhilpoH, Childress Marvin Earl PhilpoH', Miami Jeannene Pieper, Lamesa Alice Marie Pierce, Royally Dennis Michael Piercy, Overlon Eddie Piland, Memphis Morris Allen Pillers, Shamrock Moses Pena, Nixon Gary D. Pinson, Pampa Jimmy Russell Pior, Snyder Ronnie Pire'l', Dallas Carol Ann Pinson, Canadian Saras E. Pislole, Lubbock FRESHMEN Rosamond Ewing Rawlings, Amarillo Bobby Lee Ray, Lubbock Mary Cafherine Ray, Amarillo Roland F. Ray, Jr., Roby Ronald L. Ray, Lamesa James Kirby Read, El Paso Richard Harry Read, Dallas Nancy Aann Reams, San Anionio Joe Randall Reaves, Snyder Jane Rechenfhin, Temple Julia Barbara Redding, Grapevine John Michael Reece, Fi. Worrh A+hel Leo Bill Reed, Jr., Dallas Cynlhia Reed, Sirallord Henry M. Reed, Lubbock John E. Reed, Snyder Lillian Ann Reed, Rusk Gay Erline Reeder, Fi. Worih Richard Wayne Rees, Bronie Don Alfred Reeve, Friona Sidney C. Reiner'l', Denver Ciiy Charles Floyd Reinhardf, Kress Mary Sue Reinhardf, Rockwall Jerry Don Reising, Plainview Samuel Lesfer Rendleman, Anfon Donald Ken Renfro, Tahoka Delwin Durwood Renfroe, Lubbock Henry Wood Reynolds, El Paso Carla Jo Rice, Fi: Worlh T. C. Rice, Siamford Jeneane Price, Pampa Perry Wayne Price, Childress Tommy D. Prichard, Snyder Ronald Dale Prince, Hobbs, New Mexico John C. Prindle, Seagraves Roberl' Neil Proc'l'or, De Kalb Barbara PuclceH', Lockhari Ronald Pucke'H', Dallas Don Roy Pullen, Lubbock Carolyn Rufh Pufman, Vernon Wendel Rex Pylanf, Fluvanna Kafhryn Nell Quain, Brady Marcia ldele Queen, Midland Barbara Diane Quinfanilla, Dallas Beverly Deanne Quinfanilla, Dallas Belly Jo Quisenberry, Fi: Worih John Warren Raff, Tulsa, Oklahoma Mary Minor Ragland, P+, Worrh Jerry E. Rains, Posl Jesse B. Raley, Hobbs, New Mexico Linda Ramsey, Odessa Ralph Waldo Ramsey, Goliad Henry William Randolph, Lubbock Linda Ann Randolph, Cleburne Margaref Ellen Rankin, Lubbock Nancy V. Rankin, Lubbock Roberl' Dennis Rash, Dallas W. D. Ra+cIiFF, Irving Suzanne Rafisseau, Lubbock Philip Ralliff, Lubbock Page 4I0 Peggy Jane Rogers, Lubbock Ronald Edward Rogers, Albany Ardifh Dale Rolen, Friona John R. Rollans, Vernon John Michael Rollins, EI Paso Donald Ken Rone, Midland Ralph Jay Roper, Amarillo Carlyn J. Ross, Ruidoso, New Mexico Louis Frederick Rofhermel, l-lousion Nifa Duke Round'I'ree, Ballinger Ben Tarven Rucker, Lubbock Charles Wayne Rush, Lubbock Edifh Jo Russell, Levelland Marie Russell, l-lousion Gracie Marie Russell, Liiilefield Reva Lee Russell, Midland Linda Lee Rufherford, Denison Lloyd Weldon Ru+herford, Comanche Bobby Frank Rufhledge, McCamey David Ru'l'ledge, San Anlonio Donald Roy Rulledge, Waco Gerald F. Rufledge, Fi. Worih Nancy Carlene Rydell, Taylor Louis Charles Sf. Germaine, Bellaire Sarah Lynn Richards, Lubbock ' Gordon Henry Richardson, Phillips Charles Allen Rick, Ralls Michael David Riley, P+. Worrh Rebecca Rineharf, Waco Pafricia Eileen Riordon, P+. Worih Barbara Kay Roach, Andrews Phyllis Ramona Robbins, Odessa Alben' Roberls, Hobbs, New Mexico Ann Roberls, Sfraliord Arfhur Ray Roberfs, Lelors BeH'y Jean Rober'l's, Lelors Carol Keifh Roberfs, Long Beach, California Karen Eddins Rober'I's, Esielline Linda Alice Rober'l's, Denron Jon Lee Roberson, Vernon Rob Rober'I'son, l-lousion Roberfa Janice Roberison, EI Paso Cone J. Robinson, Jr., Norlon Margarel' L. Robinson, Lubbock Myrl Wayne Robinson, Dallas Ralph Michael Robinson, Lubbock Willena RobineH', Lubbock Nancy Jo Rochelle, Lubbock Evelyn Louise Rockef, P+. Worih Sandra Chloe Rodden, Lubbock Beniamin K. Rodgers, Corpus Chrisii Jack Alexander Rogers, Lubbock Jerry Leon Rogers, Vega Merrill Rogers, Decaiur FRESHMEN Tony Mac Sellers, McAllen Roberi L. Selman, Bledsoe Pa'I'ricia Dee Senclair, EI Paso John Sessions, Saginaw Sandra Lou Shadden, ldalou John Edward Shanks, Maiador Kay Clenford Shannon, Jr., Vernon Kay Sharp, Lubbock Sammy Lee Sharp, Amarillo Charles Lynn Shelfon, Olion Roberf Duane Shelfon, Bowie John Pai Shepard, Hale Cenier Winn Sue Sherrill, Lubbock Benny Deryl Sherrod, Amarillo Judifh Shieder, Dallas Virginia Ann Shields, Dallas Wanda L. Shinn, Wellingion Jo Ann Shipman, Lubbock Johnny M. Shipman, Lubbock Michael Douglas Shipman, Lubbock Peggy Teaff Shipman, Abernalhy Marilyn Shipp, Houslon Dennis Harold Shirk, Lubbock David Gaines Shorf, Abilene Judifh Newell Shorf, Gonzales Charles E. ShorH', Arlesia, New Mexico Beverly Jo Ann Skinner, Lubbock Sherry Sigler, Corpus Chrisii Gay Barbara Sim, El Paso Thomas Frederick Simes, Lubbock Ray Max Sageser, l-lale Cenier Carol Salome, El Paso Karen Sue Sanders, Lubbock Larry Wayne Sanders, Fl. Worlh Nancy Sanders, San Marino, California Ralph Barry Sanders, Fi, Worih Jack Roger Sargeanf, Donna Raymond G. SaH'erwhi'I'e, Lubbock Sfanley Paul Sauer, Doss Marshall Laughfon Saunders, Waco Dannie Scales, Lubbock Louis Tarlfon Scales, Lubbock Deborah Jeanne Scherzer, Dallas Dolores Diane Schmelzer, Midland Sue Schneider, Midland Korinna M. Schoenfeld, Housion Milfon Schramm, Waco Roy Schuelke, Lamesa Brenda Schuller, EI Paso Dorofhy Rufh Schuliz, Dallas George A. Schulfz, McAllen Clifford J. Schwah, Higgins Frances Gay Scoggin, Abernarhy Sherry Maureen Scoggin, Lamesa Nan Bruce Sco'H', Waco Sfanley Gordon ScoH, Dallas Wilma Lioma ScoH', Tahoka Nancy Alice Scuddy, Beaumoni Henry Francis Searcy, Alamogordo, New Mexico Ann Seleciman, Amarillo Page 4I2 Marfha Rae Smi+h, Roscoe Norman Howard Smifh, Amarillo Pafricia Smi'I'h, Childress Sarah Frances Smifh, Brownwood Sharon Jean Smifh, Slalon Sfacy Moore Smifh, Jr., Dallas Truman P. Smifh, Memphis Vance Erwin Smi'I'h, l-lousron Vernon Lee Smi'l'h, Winlers William Lawrence Smifh, Lubbock William Hiram Smyrl, Brownfield BeHy Lou Snellgrove, O'Donnell Arfhur William Snow, Lubbock Glen Snyder, Dallas George Williams Sofge, Eldorado Roberl Soufherland, ll, Amarillo James Harold Sparks, Jr., Lubbock Barbara Jo Spencer, Hobbs, New Mexico Don P. Spring, Bovina Sue Ann Springer, Fl. Worlh Zeda Jamina Spurgin, Odessa Carol Anne Squires, Lilllelield Pafricia Ann Squire, Dallas Sherry Gay Sfafford, Odessa Alberi' Adolpa Simmacher, Pep Sidney Joe Simmons, Fr. Worlh Brenda Simnacher, Muleshoe Faroy Simnacher, Muleshoe Flora G. Simons, Abilene Dorofhy Carol Simpson, Lubbock Shirley Ann Simpson, Abernalhy John A. Sims, l-louslon John Taylor Sims, l-lerelord Judifh A. Sims, Lubbock Nancy Jane Sinclair, Greenville Linda L. Sindelar, Waco Roberl' D. Skaggs, Juncrion John B. Sledge, Monrague Mary Ann Smalley, Lubbock Mary Sue Smart Copperas Core Milbra Ann Smelser, Plainview Billy Dale Smifh, Dallas Charles William Smifh, Houslon Carlyle Smifh, Grand Prairie Delberl' Lee Smifh, Roscoe Donna Jean Smilh, EI Paso George Smirh, Lubbock Glenda O. Smilh, Dallas James Windell Smifh, Bowie Jerre Ru+h Smi+h, Amarillo Jimmy H. Smifh, Penwell Linda Ann Smifh, Lubbock Marshall Ray Smifh, P+. Worlh Marfha Smifh, Dallas FRESHMEN Thomas Wayne Slreel, Abilene Roberl Earl Slubbelield, McLean Roger Lewis Sluder, Robslown Karen Joy Sullins, Vera Danna Sue Sullon, Amarillo Joanne Mary Sweel, Houslon Sarah F Swolfard, Progreso, Honduras, C. A. Carolyn Gayle Symes, Lubbock Buddy Harold Talkenhorsl, Sunray Michael Lee Talley, Fl. Worlh Leida Tamboer, Hagerman Vivian Kay Tankersley, Amarillo Zelmer Zock Tannery, Lubbock Jimmy Tapp, Lubbock lda Mabelle Tale, Lubbock Rudolph Tale, Samnorwood Allen Franklin Taylor, Crane Ann Taylor, Odessa Elizabelh Anne Taylor, McKinney Frances Evelyn Taylor, Lorenzo Jay L. Taylor, Hobbs, New Mexico Margarel Ellan Taylor, League Cily Palricia Jane Taylor, Brownwood Tommy G. Taylor, Plainview Virginia K. Taylor, Lubbock Walla Taylor, Marshall Richard Lee Teed, Vicloria Carolyn Kay Templelon, Sweelwaler Jerald Lee Tennanl, Lubbock Monica S. Terrell, Plainview Suzanne Slalford, Amarillo Don W. Slaggs, Plainview Thomas Marion Slalcup, Brownwood Elizabelh Ann Slalder, Winslon-Salem. Paul Slamalis, Amarillo Arlher R. Slandiler, Larnecl, Kansas Suzanne Slanlord, Dallas John Courlney Slanley, Houslon David Lee Slavlo, Spearman Vance Slanlon, Lubbock Clarence Bruce Slark, Palesline Louie Nelson Slarr, Lubbock Roberl Lee Slaylon, Wichila Falls Frances Gayle Slephen, Lubbock Shirley Slephens, Denlon Wanda Jean Slephens, Lubbock Sue Slephenson, Seagraves Jamie Lee Slevens, Lubbock James Millon Slewarl, Midland James Vernon Slewarl, De Leon Pal Taylor Slewarl, Seymour Saundra Wynelle Slewarl, Lubbock Fredricka Anna Slockmeya, El Paso Palsy Lee Slokes, Talpa Wilma Lee Slokes, Fl. Worlh John Spencer Slone, lll, Shamrock Norlh Carolina Judilh King Slone, Weslerly, Rhode Island Jerry Slorselh, Amarillo Mickey Fay Slory, Seminole James Slrawn, Pampa Barbara Ann Trippe, Lubbock Linda Troian, Lake Charles, Louisiana WaH'on Merle Truch, Muleshoe Onie Dale Trumble, Lubbock Francis Alexander Tubbs, Coryell Bobby Joe Tucker, Clovis, New Mexico Diana Lee Tuggle, Fr. Worih Lynda Kay Tull, Plainview Jim Dee TurkeH, Abilene Richard L. Turner, Lubbock Willie Jim Turner, Farwell Celesfe Ullrich, Housron Kirby Winslon Ulmer, Sagerlon Barbara Ann Underwood, Lubbock James A. Underwood, Andrews Mar+ha Geraldine Underwood, Winrers Jo Anna Usry, Lubbock Ann K. Van A'H'a, McCamey William Kur+ Van Osinski, Copenhagen, Denmark Page 4I4 Joe Rex Vandeman, Lubbock Donald Ray Vaughn, Albany Roy Gowan Vea+ch, Wearheriord Susan Vellmann, Housron Marcia G. Vick, Graham Eleanor Gay Terry, Lubbock Alan R. Thefford, Newcasrle Donald Wilson Thomas, Silverron Elber+ Edward Thomas, Wichifa Falls Sharon R. Thomas, Gainesville Tommy Thomas, Holliday Cliff L. Thompson, Lubbock Leslie Raymond Thompson, Roswell, New Mexico Sharon Eyvonne Thompson, Abernalhy Toni Anne Thompson, Abilene Mary Rufh Thorn, Anson Ca'I'hryn E. Thornbury, Fr. Worrh Sue Kyle Thornion, Dallas Lennis Darwin Tibbefs, O'Brien Anifa Fay Tidwell, Munday Frances LaJean Timmons, Tulia Barbara Jean Tipfon, Plainview Travis Keirh Tipfon, Hobbs, New Mexico Harvey Allen Tolberf, Vega Richard Dick Toll, Pecos Donny Lee Tolley, Pasadena Margarel' Ann Tollin, Lubbock Joyce Wynelle Tallman, Fr. Worrh Claudia JaneHe Tomfohrde, Houslon Lee EvereHe Towne, Cofion Cenrer Melvin P. Trail, Odessa Sallie Trail, Dallas Beverly Ann Trawick, Brownwood Brel' Ashford TripleH', Blulllron, Ohio Hazel Mae Tripp, Odessa FRESHMEN Cynlhia Anne Wafkins, Wellinglon Johnny Charles Wafkins, Hobbs, New Mexico Bufford Bales Wafson, Muleshoe Cynfhia Wafson, Dumas . Eva Wa'l'son, Lubbock James S. Wa'H', Auslin James Sfephen WaHe, Slamford Earnes'I' Eugene Wa'Hs, Lilllefield Billy Wayne Weafherley, Brownfield Phillip Clyde Weafherly, Friona James Allen Weafherred, Pampa Fred Leroy Weafhers, Amarillo Fred Hugh Weaver, Cooper Jaqueline Webb, Burkell Dan George Webs'l'er, Dallas Gary Espy Welch, Posl Nell Marie Wells, Winlers David Paul Werfenbuger, Hereiorol Hirum Eugene Wesf, Muleshoe Linda Wesf, Hereford Mary Ann Wesf, Lubbock Richard B. Wes'l', Dallas Suzanne Wefsel, Wichila Falls Mar+ha Ellen Wheeler, San Angelo Bob Allen Whi'l'e, Lubbock Carolyn Kay While, Dallas Charles Franklin While, Abilene Francis Lou While, Lubbock Nancy C. 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A., 344 Adams Dennis Leon, 389 Y , , Abraham, Donna Carolyn, 19 Abston, Ioe, 364 Ackers, Larry Dale, 364 Adair, Adams Adams Mary Ann, 344 , Ann Dalton, 193, 344 Barbara Ann, 292 Adamsi Gerald Richard, 292 Adams, Iames Evart, 364 Adams, Iames Ray, 292 Adams, Ianice Elizabeth, 388 Adams, Iohn G., Ir., 292 Adams, Iudy Lynn, 364 Adams, Norman B., 201 on, Ioyce Darleene, 344 3, 292 BLIND DATE GUIDE Ammons, Iack Denny, 388 Anasta, Gaston Eugene, 388 Anderson, Angela, 388 Anderson, Ben M., 219, 364 Anderson, Billy Charles, 344 Anderson, Anderson s Brookie Lee, 181, 344 Cecyle Yvonne, 344 Anderson, Don, Ir., 364 Anderson, Don Hagan, 388 Anderson, Ed, 292 Anderson, Elizabeth Daley, 292 Anderson, Gayland Clay, 388 Anderson, Grace Earlene, 183, 364 Anderson, Helen Iean, 388 Anderson, Marcia Lee, 197 Anderson, Robert Harry, 364 Anderson Robert Lewis, 388 Anderson, Roger Kent, 344 Anderson, Roy Ward, 364 Anderson, Sandra Gay, 364 Anderson, Tommie E., 364 Anderson William Sublett, 388 Andres, M elvin E., 292 Andres, Robert Winfield, 364 B Babain, Karolyn, 388 Babb, Iames Foster, 203, 226, 293 Babcock, Don, 207, 364 Baccus, Iohn B., 224, 293 Baccus, Martha Io, 388 Bachman, Carolyn, 195, 364 Bachman, Dee Wayne, 388 Backett I. H., 215 Bacon, Iohn Charles, 217 Bacon, May Iean, 388 Bacon, Thomas A., 172, 388 Baer, Arthur Leroy, 215, 364 Baggett, Carolyn Ann, 55, 364 Baggett, Elizabeth Ann, 364 Baggett, Rudolph B., 364 Bagley, Ierry W., 364 Bahrends, Bill, 207 Bailes, Randall B., 389 Bailes, William D., 389 Bailey, Billy G., 344 Bailey Carl F., 364 Armstrong Adamson, Norma Iane, 197, 388 Adkins, Mary Kay, 191 Adkisson, Milton Dan, 201, 292 Adrian, Marilyn Ann, 187, 344 Agee, Pamela, 197, 388 Agey, Iudith Lorraine, 388 Agres, Betty, 388 Aguilar, Charles, 364 Aikman, Ianice Lynn, 191, 388 Akard, Karen, 195, 364 Aker, Dixie Kaye, 197, 344 Aker, Ierry Lee, 292 Akers, Owen M., 364 Albert, Iack H., 292 Albin, Robert Custer, 388 Albritton, Cecilia, 388 Alcorn, Lloyd Colfax, 388 Alderman, Donald I., 388 Alderson, Bobby Lee, 292 Andrews, Iames Vernon, 388 Anenberg, Harold, 293 Anglen, Marcia Lee, 187, 388 Anthis, Tommy R., 364 Anthony, Allen Max, 364 Anthony, Barbara Rose, 181, 388 Anthony, Broxie Smith, 293 Anthony, Mark, 293 Apple, Iames Donald, 217, 344 Apple, Mary Monita, 181, 344 Applewhite, Roger Lea, 388 Argo, Dottie Ann, 364 Arledge, Ierry Wayne, 388 Arledge William Henry, 388 Armstrong, Arlice Garry, 388 Armstrong, Don, 293 Armstrong Marvin Cara , , 219 Armstrong, Phyllis Anne, 187, 388 William Gay, 293 Baileyi Bailey, Bailey Curtis Rex, 293 Iohn L. 293 Baird,,Larry Bi 344 Baker, Baker, Baker, Alice Iune, 389 Fred Lee, 389 Iames Thomas, 389 Baker, Ieanette, 389 Baker, Ierry D., 344 Baker, Mary Elizabeth, 180, 181, 344 Baker, Myron, 389 Baker, Roy V., 389 Baker, Sarjim, 344 Baker, Wayne T., 364 Baker, William Franklin, 389 Balcom, Andrew Iohn, 364 Baldwin, Iasper H., 217, 344 Baldwin, Nancy Ioan, 187, 389 Baldwin, Robert Howard, 364 Baldwin, Vera Anne, 365 Baldwin, William D., 389 Aldridge, Kenneth Lee, 388 Aldridge, Iack Smith, 211, 364 i Arnett, Ar ette, 191 Arnett, Dudley Wills, 224 Arnett, Sam C., 215 Arnn, Nancy Gail, 293 Alexander, Benjamin Franklin, 388 Alexander, Billie Nell, 195, 344 Alexander, Brooksye Nell, 344 Alexan der, Carloss Dean, 215, 344 Alexander, Donald Ray, 292 Arnold, Etta Iuniva, 388 Arnold, Iames Presley, 364 Arthur, Ly Arthur L nna Lou, 173, 364 nval oe 388 Alexander, Glenda Gay, 388 Alexander, Grace Elizabeth, 344 Alexander, Martha K., 191, 344 Alexander, Patsy Pearl, 388 Alexander, Regis W., 388 Alexander, Richard G. fWickj, 41, 164, 217 Alexander, Richard Lee, 207 Alexander, Robert Newell, 388 Alexander, Sherrill, 388 Alford, Iohn Henry, 172 Alldredge, Gerald P., 259, 292 Allen, Betty Ann, 364 Allen, Billy Ray, 344 Allen, Carrol M., 292 Allen, Charles Pierce, 292 Allen, Cheryl Ann, 193, 364 Allen, Don Ray, 388 Allen, Dwayne Leroy, 217, 364 Allen, Edward D., 217 Allen, Gary Marshall, 344 Allen, Grady Woodfin, 292 Allen, Mary Ioan, 364 Allen, Mickey Voyen, 364 Allen, Richard I., 201 Allen, Rodney Bruce, 213, 344 Allison, Gary Garland, 364 1 Y a Arthur, Robert 1-Ienry, 364 Asel, Earl Thomas, Ir., 388 Ash, Bobby I., 293 Ashby, Io Ann, 185, 344 Ashby, Iohn Kent, 205 Asher, Elaine, 224, 388 Ashley, Iimmy D,Wayne, 205 Asimoes, Iim Tom, 293 Askew, Iames Richard, 388 Assiter, Bobby Dewayne, 388 Atchison, Mary Alice, 364 Atchley, Sheridan K., 364 Atkins, Tommy, 213 Atkins, Dorothy Louise, 364 Atkins, Ierry, 213, 364 Atteberry, Curtis Lee, 172 Atwood, David Eugene, 201, 293 Aufill, Don Peyton, 344 Aufill, Iack Loverelo, 224, 344 Austin, Alice Annette, 344 Austin, Beverly, 187 Austin, Raymond, 388 Auten, Iimmie Dale, 364 Avery, Donald Ray, 205, 226, 293 Averyt, Ronnie A., 169 Balios, Iay Anthony, 229, 365 Ball, Bobby Ray, 389 Ball, Ierry C., 389 Ball, Iimmie Rex, 293 Ball, Peggy, 193, 389 Ballard, Betty Ioe, 293 Ballard, Tommy Gale. 224, 344 Ballenger, Robert L., 293 Ballew, Elizabeth Ann, 389 Ballew, Herbert Carter, 389 Balzer, Elizabeth Ann, 166, 191, 344 Banks, Linda Ann, 365 Bannister, Toni C., 193, 344 Barber, Cynthia Iane, 197, 388 Barber, Don Randall, 215, 344 Barganier, Franklin Delaney, 293 Barham, Melvyn A., 344 Barker, Ierry Mack, 389 Barker, Newell Keith, 344 Barkley, Barbara, 365 Barkley, Louis B., 293 Barksdale, Tommy Earl, 389 Barley, Kay Inez, 344 Barlow, Lynda Carole, 389 Barnard, Iim Lawrence, 276, 279, 293 Barnes, Barbara Iean, 389 Barnes Beverly Iane, 389 Barnett, Iames Weley, 389 Barnette, Car Howard, 293 Barner, Fred Oscar, 293 Barnhill, Bette Frances, 365 Barr, Billy Edwin, 219, 293 Barrett, Cora Lee, 183, 365 Barrett, Ierry Mack, 365 Allison, Winston Irvin, 364 Allred, Sam Houston, 201, 292 Almond, Cynthia Lane, 388 Amason, Ioe Thomas, 292 Amberg, Iay, 388 Ames, Carolyn Sue, 197, 388 Page 420 Axtell, Ioseph Walter, 364 Ayers, Ian ice, 364 Ayers, Iim, 167, 171 Ayers, Ladora, 364 Ayres, Dorothy, 183, 388 Barron, Barron, Barron, Barron, Barrow, Bartlett, Billy Lee, 344 Donald Ray, 365 Hal Wood, 201 Mickie A., 217, 365 Sunny Kathleen, 365 Lucy Elizabeth, 389 Barton, Donald R., 217, 344 Barton, Everett Valgen, 389 Barton, Mary Ann, 344 Bartosh, George Allen, 389 Baskett, Iames Harvey, 365 Beverie, Wm., 365 Baskin, Dennis A., 294 Bass, Ken Bick, 203, 344 Bass, Tommy Ioblin, 365 Bateman, Iames Kay, 224 Baten, Eddie Ioe, 389 Bates, Charles Dale, 365 Batey, Don Michael, 365 Battles, Dolores Ann, 191, 365 Baucom, David, 344 Baucum, Iimlee, 365 Baugh, Bobbie Blake, 294 Baugh, Gertrude Louise, 389 Baumgardner, Charles Wight, 294 Baxter, Bryan Richard, 389 Baze, Lyall Milton, Ir., 201, 294 Beadel, Robert Allen, 389 Beaird, Billy Marion, 389 Beal, Iack Wm., 219, 365 Beale, Richard Dean, 389 Bean, Gary Bryan, 365 Bean, Merwin Earl fBi1lj, Ir., 294 Bean, Sandra Sue, 365 Beane, Charles William, 215, 275 Beard, Iesse Dayton, 389 Beard, Iohn Wesley, 344 Beard, Linda Lee, 185, 365 Beatty, Charles Clark, 215, 294 Beavers, Arlin fLinj, 201 Beck, Robert Benson, 365 Beck, W. Don, 389 Beckett, Terry D., 365 Beckham, Sammie Wray, 224, 389 Beckham, William I., 389 Beckwith, Donald Robert, 389 Becton, Arner Iames, 294 Beddo, Molly V., 389 Bedford, Laverne Avon, 294 Bedingfield, Samuel Gerald, 276, 294 Beeman, Harold Dean, 344 Beeson, Robert Keith, 389 Begay, Helene Anne, 389 Berly, Berry, Berry, Berry, Berry Iimmy M., 209 Alice Ann, 187, 365 Duard Nelson, 211, 365 Lon William, 365 Robert F., 345 Berry, Wylie E., 259, 276, 294 Besnette, Frank Henry, 389 Bethany, Ioan, 294 Betty, Barbara Iean, 389 Betty, Claude Wm., 365 Beville, Charles Payne, 213, 295 Beyer, Merlyn Randall, 389 Bice, Donald Ray, 224, 390 Bice, Floyd E., 365 Biediger, Ioseph William, 229, 344 Bigbie, Donald Neal, 390 Boles, Harland Leroy, 390 Boles, Lloyd Logan, 390 Boles, Patricia Ieanne, 176 Bolin, William Lincoln, Ir., 390 Bollen, Shirley Iean, 295 Bolton, Blake Victor, Ir., 390 Bomar, Eva Ioyce, 185, 390 Bond, Iames Sullivan 111, 390 Bond, Victor Herbert, 217, 365 Bommer, Lynn Taylor, 390 Boone, Freddie Lee, 365 Boone, Tommy Sarge, 205, 365 Booth Pat Henry, 215, 390 Boren, Iohn C., 224, 295 Boren, Kay Frances, 224, 390 Boren, Tommy Madison, 390 Borger, Alan Philip, 295 Biggs, Ivey Reid, 365 Biggers, Iudy Carold, 390 Billings, Patricia Io, 365 Billington, Kenneth, 295 Bills, Robert Ioe, 345 Bingham, Walter Warn, 207 Bippes, Melvin Dean, 390 Bippus, Leon Dale, 213, 295 Birch, Carolyn Elaine, 224, 390 Bird, Io Wayne, 207, 365 Birkelbach, Mary Catherine, 64, 166, 193, 345 Birtciel, Lucinda, 192, 193, 295 Bishop, Iack B., 275, 295 Bivens, William CBi1lD Mason, 170, 207 Born, Alvin Gene, 345 Born, Comer Riden, 345 Boskin, Dennis, 295 Bosworth, Robert Franklin, 259, 296 Botkin, Clovis Carron, 345 Bottlinger, Milton Marvin, 365 Bourland, David Leon, 215, 365 Bourland, Freddie, 365 Bourland, Iacqueline Ioyce, 390 Bowen, Martha Frances, 365 Bowen, Max Lee, 345 Bowles, Lois Iane, 185, 366 Bowling, Robert Horton, 366 Begey, Charlene Marie, 365 Beilue, Bobby Carol, 344 Belcher, Iackie Lee, 344 Bell, Barbara Sue, 389 Bell, Carl Crews, 389 Bell, Don Hershel, 294 Bell, Don Wayne, 344 Bell, Frank Leroy, 205, 226, 344 Bell, Glenn Rex, 365 Bell, Iames Dwight, 365 Bell, Ianet Mabel, 183, 389 Bell, Ierald Ray, 365 Bell, Ierry M., 389 Bell, Paula Elaine, 177, 189, 345 Bell, Roy CHappyJ Erwin, 365 224, 345 Black, Barbara Ruth, 189, 390 Black, Bobby Iames, 224, 365 Black, Charles Davis, 278, 365 Black, Charles Robert, 295 Black, Claude Allen, 390 Black, Ioe Robert, 390 Black, Iohn Palmer, 390 Black, Iohn Ray, 295 Black, Ioseph Louis, 365 Black, Mary Carolyn, 189, 345 Blackburn, Bobby Don, 390 Blackburn, Ianet Sue, 197, 295 Blackburn, Pat D., 390 Blackmore, Peggy Carolyn, 173, 390 Blackstock, Iack Naler, 275, 295 Blackstock, Wayland Lee, 295 Blackwell, Wm., 365 Blackwood, Iimmy Don, 205 Blagrave, Derwood Carlos, 345 Blair, E lecive Caroline, 195, 390 Blair, Ierry Mack, 390 Blake, Carroll Dale, 201, 345 Blake, Freddie Dee, 219, 295 Blake, Glenn Reuben, 295 Blake, Linda Raye, 183, 390 Blake, Patricia Estelle, 199, 390 Blake, W. I., 295 Blanchard, Iulie Louise, 189, 390 Box, Dianne Weber, 296 Boyd, Bennie Harlan, 366 Boyd, Billy Earl, 390 Boyd, Bobby Dwight, 215, 296 Boyd, Douglas Keith, 345 Boyd, Frances M., 366 Boyd, Freddie Gayle, 345 Boyd, Gene Frank, 217, 345 Boyd, Boyd, Iames Fred, 229 Roy Weaver, 296 Boyd, Sally Dawn, 296 Boyd, William David, 217, 296 Boylan, Lynne Rosanne, 187, 366 Boyles, Billy Ben, 345 Boynton, Sidney Linda, 345 Bradberry, Iesse Kenneth, 296 Bradberry, Linda Lasswall, 345 Brazelton, Peggy Lyn, 189, 390 Bellamy, Anne Q., 193, 365 Bellamy, Walter Dwight, 389 Bellan, Charlie L., 345 Belles, Polly Iayne, 389 Belt, Marion Iudith, 183, 389 Benefield, Patricia Gayle, 389 Bender, Sharon Louise, 187, 389 Benge, Charles Edwin, 294 Bland, Iudith Marie, 187, 390 Blankenship, Glenn Wayne, 365 Blann, William Leslie, 390 Blanton, Don Richard, 219, 365 Blassingame, Max E., 295 Blazi, Peter Charles, 390 Blessing, Carroll Taliford, 345 Blessing, Iohn Edd, 345 Benn, Martha Louise, 294 Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett s s C. Len, 365 Clark Owen, 389 David Wayne, 294 Elizabeth Ann, 389 Patrick H., 294 Bennett, William Clinton, 294 Benson, Fitz Ervin, 224 Benson, George Martin, 217, 365 Benson, Iimmy, 365 Benson, Ianice Yvonne, 199, 294 Benson, Lowell Ray, 389 Benson, Ronald Morris, 364 Benton, Benton, Arlyss Ray, 345 Lynne, 193, 389 Blevins, Patsy Idelle, 390 Blissett, Marlan, 365 Blocker, Bobbie Iean, 295 Blocker George Christopher, 390 Blocker? Norman Keith, 219 Blonkvi Blount, st, Carl Leonard, 205, 345 Cooper, 209 Blum, Mabel Caroline, 390 Blumentritt, Iames Lewis, 169, 226, 295 Boardman, Ernest Guy, 390 Boardman, Neta Marie, 390 Boatner, Iames Knox, 390 Boatright, A. 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Mack, 396 Forbes, Thomas Foster, 369 Forbess, Giles Mortimer, 396 Force, Henry Hershel, 396 Ford, Bob Lee, 217, 226, 305 Ford, Henry G., 396 Ford, I udy Kathryn, 187, 396 Ford, Thomas Earle, 369 Ford, William Lester, Ir., 349 Furgeson, Ted, 396 Furlow, Katherine Louise, 370 Furr, Grover Franklin, Ir., 349 Furr, Louis Edward, 396 Furrah, james W., 396 Fursman, Alice Ann, 191, 396 G Gabriel, Max Nelson, 396 Gafford, Charles Leslie, 203 Gage, Frances Dolores, 306 Gaines, Max O., 205 Gaither, Iames David, 201, 370 Galbraith, Virginia Gail, 396 Galindo, Irma Nelda, 370 Gasgggher, Billie Iones, 259, 276, 278, Gallagher, Ioan Wayne, 370 Gallagher, Patricia May, 370 Galle, Iohn Clayton, 349 Gallini, Martha Iohnita, 370 Galloway, Helen Ianice, 370 Galloway, Tommy Wesley, 396 Galloway, William Stewart, 396 Gammill, Chesley Doyle, 417 Gammill, Gloria Carter, 417 Gammill, Waylon Gloyett, 306 Foreman, Charles R., 349 Forgason, Herman Claton, 396 Forrester, Iames Walter, Ir., 396 Forrester, Sandra Lane, 396 Fort, Rolfe Cecily, 195, 396 Fortner, Keith Royce, 349 Gandy, Gandy, Gandy, Iames R., 306 Ierry Don, 396 Larry Ron, 396 Ganter, Dorrance Lynn fGoosej, 172, 396 Garcia, Gabriel George, 349 Ruben Perez, 349 Foster, Boyd Melvin, 349 Foster, Carol Iayne, 189, 349 Foster, Donnie Ray, 396 Foster, Edward Iosiah, Ir., 217, 305 Foster, Elizabeth Ann, 187, 305 Foster, Ray Edward, 349 Foster, Virginia, 369 Foster, Walter Malcom, 369 Fountain, Sherman Lee, 349 Founts Lynnell Elaine, 396 Fowler, Billv F., 172, 275 Fowler, Bobby Iohn, 275 Fowler, David Lane, 349 Fowler, Dolores Ruth, 369 Fowler, Doyle Raymond, 369 Fowler, Fontaine, 64 Fowler, Frederick Wallace, 349 Fowler, Iohn Roberto, 369 Fowler, Mary Louise, 396 Fowler, Sammie, 195, 305 Fowler Sarah Lucy 396 Fowleri Thresa Yvohne, 396 mes Edward, 396 Garcia, Gardner, Bobby Mose, 370 Gardner, Iohn Grady, Ir., 396 Gardner, Marilyn lean, 195, 396 Gardner, Ralph Richard, 213, 370 Garner, Carol Ann, 191, 306 Garland, Gad, 370 Garmen, Almer D., 370 Garnett, Barbara Kay, 370 Garretson, Owen Don, 201, 349 Garrett, Calvin E., 306 Garrett, Coy Arthur, 306 Garrett, Iack David, 370 Garrett, Gerald Lee, 370 Garrett, Mary Frank, 199, 370 Garrett, Orie Leon, 396 Garrett, Thomas Dale, 396 Garrison, David Christopher, 396 Garrison, Gehrig, 207 Garrison, Iefferson Lee, 168, 206, 207 Garski, Charles, 370 Garverick, Ralph Allen, 370 Gaskins, Barbara Alice, 181, 370 Foxworth, Wyckliff Riley, 305 Frack, Karen Lynne, 369 Fraley, Ierry Bob, 215. 305 Francis, Sam, 349, 370 Franco, Iohn Robert, 396 Franklin, David, 305 Franklin, Homer, Ir., 306 Franklin, Kathryn Ianelle, 370 Franks, Richard Ellis, 207 Fraser, Clifford Walter, 169, 259, 306 Frashier, Gary Evan, 279, 306 Frawlev, William Hayes, 396 Fredenburg, Ora Frances, 396 Freeman, Barbara lean, 185, 396 Freeman, Donald, 370 Freeman, Roger Lee, 370 Freeman, Ronald, 370 Friess, Harold Turney, 370 Frisbie, Elaine Ann, 349 Gass, Iulia Bennita, 306 Gates, Philip Don, 349 Gatewood, Mary M., 349 Gatlin, Herbert Eldred, 276, 306 Gause, lim B., 349 Gay, Eddie Wilson, 396 Gavler, William, Ir., 396 Gebert, Ernette Aavon, 176, 181, 370 Gemmell, Merle, 396 Genger ict, Mary 10, 370 Gentry, Beverly Elaine, 191, 349 Gentry, Gloria Marie, 396 Gentry, Iimmy Gale, 306 George, Audrey Ieanette, 306 George Brenda Elaine, 396 George? Gerry William, 396 George Ierry Don, 306 George: Virginia Iolene, 396 Walter Weston, 370 Frisb Care Webster 306 Y- Y s Frohoff, Frank Ioseph, 229 Froman, Iudy lane, 396 Gerlach, William Ted, 213 Gibbens Buddy Wayne, 51, 178, 204, 205, 226 Gibbs, Annyce, 64, 176, 191, 370 Frost, David Wayne, 167, 169, 306 Fruit, Linda Rae, 370 Fry, Bill Dan, 217 Fry, Michael CMikeD Bonham, 370 Fryar, Margaret Sue, 191 Fuller, Fluer, 370 Fullwood, Winfred Donald, 396 Fulton, Richard N., 306 Fulwiler, Iacqueline Bolton, 187, 306 Gibson, Dale Duwayne, 349 Gibson, George Bruce, 396 Gibson, Lawrence Lee, 396 Gibson, Marc, 396 Gibson, Weldon Ray, 306 Gieglin g, Charles O., Ir., 396 Gifford, Loring Arden, 396 Gil, 1. T., 396 Gil, Iairne Tamayo, 370 Gilbert, jack Neal, 307 Gilbert, john Vance, 349 Giles, jack W., 349 Gill, james Logan, 370 Gillian, Virgil Max, 396 Gilleland, joseph Ellsworth, II, 209 Gilliland, Cecil jean, 56, 193, 370 Gilles, Charles Michael, 396 Gilliam, Charles Howard, 396 Gillispie, Nancy B., 307 Gillon, Walter Ellis, 211, 349 Girdner, Fred G., 397 Girod, Mary Ann, 349 Gist, Fred Graham, 209 Gist, jack Fenton, 370 Giuffre, james Donald, 397 Glad, William Edward, jr., 397 Glass, Harvey Daniel, jr., 349 Glassie, Charlie Thomas, 349 Glazner, jene, 195 Glenn, Marvin Leon, 370 Glenney, Allen Stewart, 370 Gloggan, james, 226 Glover, Harold Andrew, 397 Glover, Lloyd Howard, 370 Gloyna, Fred Lee, 169, 307 Gnepper, Herbert Franklin, 308 Green, Ernestene Leverne, 397 Green, George William, 349 Green, Wilton, 307 Green, janice Claire, 177, 187, 307 Green, john, 213, 307 Green, john Gilbert, 349 Green, johnny Wayne, 307 Green, Larry Bryan, 370 Green, Margaret joy, 307 Green, Mary Ann, 349 Green, Mitzi Karolyn, 397 Green, Norris Barratt, 167, 168, 203, 349 Green, Patricia Gail, 397 Green, Patsy Grace, 199 Green, Richard F., 397 Green, Walter Chester, 349 Green, Florence Maxine, 397 Greene, Gary D., 397 Greene, Polly jo, 197, 371 Greenfield, Lewis, 307 Greenhaw, Walter Mabry, 397 Greenhill, Virginia Lee, 397 Greenwell, Charles Clinton, 307 Greer, Nancy Carol, 371 Gregory, Billie Sue, 177, 195, 307 Gregory, Gary George, 397 Gregory, Harold Don, 349 Gregory, Robert john, 371 Hall Cecil Adron 277 308 Hall, Edward Dixon, 37 Hall, Gary Raymond, 170, 203, 308 Hall, Harry Allen, 350 Hall Tommy G. 308 Halman, Bobby, 350 Hallmark, Bill, 215 Hallmark, Howard Lee, 350 Halsall, Ginger Leah, 397 Ham, Dusty Ardel, 397 Ham, Mickey Vaughn, 350 Hamblen, john David, 371 Hamblen, Paschall Wayne, 217 Hamblett, Gus Charles, 397 Hamilton, Sandra jean, 179, 193, 371 Hamilton, Thomas Earl, 209 Hammack, Lyn Ellen, 193, 397 Hamman, Bobby Ray, 350 Hammer, Olin O., 397 Hammonds, Roy Nell, 350 Hammer, Charles P., 350 Hampton, Billy Alvin, 350 Hampton, jeanette Cook, 308 Hampton, David, 371 Hampton, joe Bob, 308 Hampton, Morgan Clark, 171, 371 Hanaway, judy Loise, 397 Hanaway, Robert Lewis, 350 Goad, Robert Lee, 205 Godbe jerry Don, 397 Y, Godfrey, Clyde Lesbon, 213, 349 Godfrey, Don Dwain, 171, 226, 308 Godfrey, Hubert Wayne, 217 Godsey, Tony Lee, 397 Godwin, jay Tyrone, 397 Godwin, Phillip Dean, 308 Godwin, Truman Dayon, 370 Goforth, Charles D., 397 Goggan, james C., 215, 349 Gregory, William Lark, jr., 371 Gresham, Don Howard, 371 Gressett, Mary Ivan, 349 Gressett, Raymont Austin, 217, 349 Greve, Margaret Ann, 371 Grider, Patricia Colleen, 397 Grider, Robert Cornelius, Il, 397 Griffay, johnny Edward, 397 Griffin, Charles Frank, 307 Griflin, George M., 397 Hancock, james Robert, 209, 371 Handley, Leonard Eugene, 397 Hanks, Carol jeanne, 197, 397 Hannah, Beverly Sue, 371 Hanover, Bob, 308 Hagragen, Maynard james, 259, 276, Hanson, Margo, 397 Hanson, Mary, 172 Harbaugh, Sharon Lee, 181, 371 Guthrie, Horace Maclield, 371, 397 Gohlke, Robert Ross, 370 Golden, Harold Lee, 397 Goldsmith, judith Ann, 397 Goldsmith, Richard F., 397 Gonzales, Carlos, 397 Good, Kenneth Ray, 349 Good, Robert Lee, 349 Goodloe, Peggy, 308 Goodman, Elgan Clifton, 207, 249 Goodson, joe Max, 370 Goodwin, Loyd Ray, 349 Gordy, jerie Ann, 349 Gordon, Carol Ann, 349 Gormley, jim L., 201, 308 Goss, Robert Walter, 370 Gowan, Billy Edd, 308 Grabaum, Ewald Leon, 397 Grace, jean Elizabeth, 370 Gracey, Letha Ann, 195, 370 Grady, William Francis, jr., 275 Graham, Daniel Morton, 349 Graham, james Clark, 307 Graham, Marilyn Louise, 191, 307 Graley, jerry, 276, 278 Grant, Bobbie Darrell, 397 Grant, Patsy jean, 370 Grant, Edward Lee, 307 Grappe, Clyde Granville, 307 Graves, Ann, 179, 181, 349 Graves, Gordon Alexander, 370 Graves, jimmy Gorman, 370 Grillin, Griffin Griflini Lynn W., jr., 307 Theresa, 397 W. Fred, 172, 307 Grifhtts, Glenda Gay, 183, 397 Griggs, Albert Leon, 308 Grimes, Donald joe, 203, 349 Grimes, Patricia, 183, 371 Grisham, Carole Ann, 195, 371 Gristy, judy Lynne, 191, 371 Groesbeeck, jean, 397 Grooms, Henrietta Hill, 308 Grooms, Randall Darrell, 308 Groseclose, Everett Harrison, 371 Gross, jeanette, 371 Grosshart, john Ross, 397 Grove, William Barry, 349 Grundy, B. Doyle, 349 Gruver, Marlene janell, 176, 187, 371 Guenthner, Frank L., 371 Guerrieri, Gerald joseph, jr., 308 Gress, William Bailey, jr., 397 Guetersloh, Marilyn Elizabeth, 371 Guinn, joe Wayne, 308 Gumert, William Richard, 201 Gunn, Bennie Ray, 308 Gunn, Erwin Troy, 308 Gunter, Calvin Martin, 349 Guntharp, john Gill, 371 Gustwick, Anthony Wilson, 371 Guthrie, Elizabeth Ann, 224, 349 Hardage, Gerald Don, 371 Hardcastle, Donald L., 371 Hardee, Dicky D., 371 Harder, Robert Charles, 397 Hardin, james Wayne, 397 Hardin, Robert E., 371 Hardin, Robert Wayne, 229, 350 Harding, Billie Faye, 197, 309 Harding, Derry Don, 350 Harding, Herb K., 371 Hardy, Charles Wayne, 371 Hardy, Mamie Sue, 397 Hardy, Mary Alice, 176, 371 Harger, Merlyn Laverne, 397 Hargis, Billy Wood, 224 Hargis, Charlotte jane, 187, 398 Hargis, Ray Kelly, 224 Hargrave, joe D., 308 Hargrove, Betty Ruth, 173, 398 Hargrove, joe Neil, 224, 371 Hargrove, joretta, 398 Harkrider, jimmie Helen, 189, 398 Harmel, Brenda jayne, 398 Harmel, Don G., 350 Harmon, Nancy jean, 183, 398 Harper, Clifford Ray, 371 Harper, james Wilbor, 398 Harper, jerry Lee, 309 Harper, Melvin Louis, 309 Harral, A. Ann, 309 Gray, Barbara Fay, 199, 397 Gray, Cecil S., 397 Gray, Donald David, 219, 307 Gray, Forest D., 307 Gray, Gerald j., 349 Gray, Helen Clare, 181, 397 Gray, jerry B., 226, 370 Gray, Orvil Lee, 370 Gray, Robert O., 203, 349 Greaves, Byron, 307 Greaves, Leonard Don, 397 Green Green Barbara jean 397 I Billy Haro1d,,370 Green, Bobby Edward, 208, 307 Green Green Green , Bobby Ray, 397 , Christine, 397 , Curtis G., jr., 213, 349 Green, Curtis Palmer, 370 Green, Donald Ray, 397 H Haberthur, Charles, 351 Haby, Tom Vance, jr., 350 Hables, Donald, 371 Hackler, Barbara Ann, 397 Hagan, Bill, 207 Hagine, Eddie Don, 397 Hagler, Linda Lu, 371 Hagler, Truman Goodwin, 349 Haines, Nancy josephine, 371 Hale, Buddy james, 215, 371 Hale, E. Darrell, 349 Hale, Leonard, 259 Hales, Billy Sam, 207, 349 Hales, Ruby Lee, 350 Hall, Betty Ann, 371 Hall, Billie Katherine, 397 Hall, Billy B., 371 Harrell, R aymond Gordon, 398 Harrington, William, 167 Harrington, Max Edward, 398 Harris, Beverly Sue, 199, 398 Harris, Bobby D., 309 Harris, Glenda M., 166, 173, 309 Harris, Dickey Marie, 398 Harris, Donna Lee, 398 Harris, jack Winfield, 398 Harris, judith Cjudyj Ann, 199, 39 Harris, Harris, judy janice, 195, 371 Lisetta Ann, 371 2 8 79, Harris, Marlys Mae, 177, 179, 196, 197, 309 Harris, Scharlotte Lea, 398 Harris, William Breck, 398 Harrison, Billy Ray, 398 Harrison, Cary Philip, 226, 371 Harrison, john Weldon, 371 Harrison, Mary Kathryn, 350 Page 429 KOEN STUDIOS Fine Porl'roil's -- Weddings Commercial Phol'o Finishing OFFICIAL LA VENTANA PHOTOGRAPHERS I946-47-48-49-50-5I-52.53-54-55-56-57-58 WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE- al' TECH SENIOR RINGS 'A' ART 6. ENGR. SUPPLIES ir TEXTBOOKS 'A' TECH DECALS I"T" SHIRTS. 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I Page 430 Hill, William Brit, 213 Harrison, Kay, 172, 309 Harrison, Sharon Leigh, 398 Harrison, Wayne Lee, 398 Harrison, William Robert, 350 Harrist, Ron, 309 Harry, Walter M., 371 Hart, Carl Raymond, Ir., 309 Hart, Edgar T., 398 Hart, Gene Donald, 309 Hart, Iames Russell, 398 Hart, Hart, Hart, Iudy, 195, 398 Nancy Louise, 193, 398 Vivian Estelle, 398 Hartley, Smith, 172, 398 Hartsfield, Darwin Rae fPatD Hartzog, Helen Arline, 398 Harvard, Frances, 371 Harvel, Norma Iean, 371 Harve Charles Turner, 398 Y, Harvey, Iames Wiley, 371 Harvey, Lenis Arlee CBuddyQ, Harvey, Nita Iean, 350 Harvey, Peggy Ann, 371 Harwell, Travis, Donald, 309 Haseloff, Travis Karl, 371 Hash, Carolene Ann, 398 Hash, Margaret F., 173, 350 Hasie, Monte S., 215, 350 Hastings, Iohnny Bert, 398 Hatch, Roy Edward, 398 Hatchett, William P., 309 Hatfield, Leo L., 207 Hatton, Lynda Yvonne, 185, 398 Hatton, Margie Anne, 189, 398 Hatton, Richard Warren, 309 Haufman, Herman D., 309 Havard, Gary Lee, 275 Hawk, Barbara Lynn, 179, 187, 350 Hawkins, Bill Dock, 309 Hawkins, Ierry M., 309 Hawkins, Robert Dan, 398 Hay, Donald Barton, 215, 226, 276, 309 Hayden, Arline, Iean, 350 Hayden, Edward D., 350 Hayden, Mary Iuanita, 398 Hayes, Charles CChuckj Darwin, Hayes, Fred Elliott, 172 Hayes, Iames F., 224, 371 Hayes, Patricia Ann, 398 Haynie, Iames W., 398 , 309 309 371 Henderson, Ioseph David, 207 Henderson, Ioyce Gaile, 398 Henderson, Patricia Arm, 191 Henderson, Shirley Ann, 398 Hendricks, Earl Donald, 310 Hendricks, Larry Wayne, 398 Hendrix, Iames Edgar, 398 Hendrix, Sandra Sue, 64, 179, 193, 372 Hennings, Iean Marie, 350 Henry, Charles Curtis, 399 Henry, Harley D., 215 Henry, I. Frank, 372 Henry, Iack Hopkins, 350 Henry, Kay, 372 Henry, Kenneth Ray, 399 Henry, Henry, Henry Nancy Ann, 399 Nancy Ruth, 350 Roger Bland 172 399 Henry, Wilson Wayne, 201, 399 Henshaw, Tim M., 372 Henslee, Ierry, 310 Hensley, Betty, 310 Henson, Alfred Ioseph, 310 Henson, Ernest Eddie, 204, 205, 226 Henson, Harrold Lee, 201 Henson, Iames Calvin, 399 Henson, Loren Boyd, 350 Henson, Ronald Irving, 372 Henson, Todd Edward, 217, 372 Herbert, Patricia Sue, 399 Herd, David Paul, 372 Hering, Ierry Davis, 224, 372 Hermann, Iohn Adam, 372 Hermes Hermes meyer, Ernest George mever, Gerald Lawrence, 399 Herndon, Ierry Ross, 350 Hernlund, Delna Lyman, 399 Herrin, William Robert, 310 Herring, Doyle Hayden, 215, 372 Herring, Edgar Dale, 310, 350 Herrington, Edward Alford, 350 Herrington, Eugene Earl, 372 Herrington, Mary Lydia, 195, 372 Herrington, Russell Albert, Ir., 205, 350 Herrington, William A., 170. 275, 310 Hess, Delbert Coy, 200, 201, 310 Hestain, Iimmy Don, 310 Hester, Hester, Hester, Carol Ann, 398 Paula Ann, 350 Wendell Arlen, 350 Hewett, Clifford Wayne, 350 Hilliard, William Rhea, 275, 311 Hillis, Thomas I., Ir., 399 Hillman, Richard Myron, 350 Hills, Ann, 189, 372 Hillyer, Alice Ann, 197, 399 Hillyer, Mary Frances, 399 Himmelberg, Glen Roy, 203 Hindman, Lloyd Neal, 311 Hinkle, Andrew Clinton, 350 Hinkle, Tommy Lee, 399 Hinkley, Franklin Homer, 311 Hinkson, Barbara Ann, 311 Hin5kson, Bruce Oliver, 167, 168, 226, 3 0 Hinojosa, Chris II., 399 Hinson, Alfred, 239 Hinton, Don Wayne, 399 Hinton, Ronald Lane, 399 Hirschlield, David Ir., 350 Hitt, Martha Pearl, 399 Hjalmer, William David, 276, 311 Hoagland, Helga Ruth, 372 Hobbs, Betty Sue, 372 Hobbs, C. Terry, 209 Hobbs, Claude Carey, 209 Hobbs, Marcia, 399 Hock, Iames Nolan, 205, 372 Hodge, Ginger Ramdnia, 311 Hodge, Sam Mack, 217, 311 Hodges, Dale Randall, 172, 226, 372 Hodges, Iames Carl, 311 Hodges, Gerald Wilson, 399 Hodgson, Glen R., 372 Hoeldtke, Genevieve Elaine, 399 Hoelscher, Kay Carol, 399 Hoffman, Helen lean, 199, 372 Hoffman, Carl William, Ir., 399 Hogan, Iarnes Douglas, 350 Hogan, William fBilll Edward, 372 Hogue, Sherman D., 372 Hohlke, Bob. 172 Holbrook, Iohn Edward, 350 Holcomb, Al, 172 Holcomb, Richard Lee. 311 Holcomb, Rita Ann, 372 Hold, Don. 209 Holden, Wilson Browning, III, 205, 350 Holder, Alfred D.. 372 Holder, Ioe Ed.. 209, 350 Holder, Richard Whelan, 171, 357 Holeman, Thomas Alfred, 218, 219, 311 Hayley, Earl D., 371 Hays, Clyde Lyndall, 309 Hays, Grider Wesley, 371 Hays, Iames B., 398 Hays, Lawrence Duane, 371 Hayworth, Donald Ray, 371 Hazelwood, Robert Emmett, 398 Heairren, Von Dean, 398 Heard, Iames Lemuel, 201, 310 Heard, Martha Elizabeth, 310 Heard, Richard Allen, 398 Heaton, Iohn William, 398 Herbert, Iudith Alzina, 398 Herbert, Marcia Lenesse, 197 Hector, Nancy Ann, 191, 398 Hedgecoke, Iames Andrew, Ir., 371 Hedleston, Nita Io, 195, 350 Heffernan, Thomas Donald, 310 Heffington, Walter Merle, 205, 226, 371 Hefley, Randal Iames Uimmyj, 371 Hegwer, Linda Anne, 197, 398 Heinze, Louis E., 350 Heiser, Paul H., Ir., 310 Heitkamp, Harlan Raymond, 398 Hellan, Damian F., 310 Hellman, Leroy Henry, 310 Helm, Gerald Iay, 372 Helman, Mickey I., 371 Helms, Iohnny Laquita, 398 Helmstetlee, Yvonne, 197, 398 Helton, Bob K., 372 Hemmle, Sandra Lee, 185, 310 Henderson, Homer Irwin, 398 Henderson, Iames Earl, 350 Henderson, Ierome, 205, 350 Henderson, Ioe Mack, 398 Henderson, Iohn Houston, 398 Henderson, Iohn W., 310 Hewett, Donald Gene, 399 Hewett, Ray Nelson, 399 Hewett, Susan Louise, 197, 372 Hewlett, Wendell Clark, 372 Hewlett, Eli Iudson, 219 Hewlett, William, 310 Hext, Patsv Sue, 399 Hickman, Thomas, 350 Hickox, Thomas Fenton Hicks, Neal G., 372 Hickson, Ierry A., 311 Higginbotham, Ian, 350 Higgins, Richard Herbert, 275, 311 Higgs, Floyd Elmond, 399 Hl h Ware Cla ton r. 213 372 Holey, Ienny Lee, 397 Hollabaugh, lames Harris, 311 Holland. Gatha Lovdeen. 372 Holland, Homer Mel, 399 Holland. Iimmie Eugene. 399 Hollar, Donald Darwin, 224, 351 Holley, lames W.. 311 Holley, Lameda Nell. 399 Holley, Mar-Io. 189, 399 Holley, Marv Patricia fPatl. 351 Holliman, Kenneth Dale, 311 Hollingsworth, Beverly Ann, 199, 351 Hollingsworth, George, 311 Hollingsworth, Theora, 199, 372 Hollinsworth, Gene Ernest, 311 Hi Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill? 'sz , y ,I , . Hightower, Iudy Ann, 177, 179, 187 ll, , Barbara Ann 399 Charles Volney, 216, 217 Claude Larry, 350 Claudette. 350 Eugene Charles, 350 Gerald Lennon, 279, 311 Iames Carrol, 399 Iames Monroe, 399 Ierry Edward, 372 Ierry Glenn, 399 Ioan, 189, 372 Ioseph McCright, 311 Mary Virginia CGingerD, 193, 372 Patti Iane, 164, 195 , Paul Lyon, 311 Rob Morris, 372 Ronald Hugh, 207, 350 Rodney Culver, 399 Rosemarie, 372 Shirley Ann, 399 Windell Leon fPo:ldD, 217, 350 , 372 Holli s, Allen L., 372 Hollis, Bennie T., 372 Holloway, Robert Young, 311 Holloway, Glenn, 372 Holly, Rena Key, 372 Holmes, Beverly Hagood, 399 Holmes, Frances Iewell, 399 Holmes, Ierry Dale, 274 277, 259, Holmes, Robert Houston, 372 Holmes, Ronald Eugene, 372 Holmes, Bill Beckham, 399 Holmes, Virginia, 311 Holt, Holt, Charles Roscoe, 311 Donald Davault, 226, 372 Holt, Eugene Lee, 399 Holt, Ierry 312 Holt, Iimmie Cope, 372 Holt Iohn M., 312 Holli William A. qoubp, 312 Hon, Hom Billy Dale, 372 er, Ronald E., 213 350 Page 43 I fmnufomnacwlag If E E Q Pioneer Natural Gas Uumpany Page 432 Sz. lb 3 This Yeorbook C A Printed ond Bound E by A0 'I' li e C I. I 0 P R E S S '7 Yearbook Division ofthe 015 Q5 , Iowo City, Iowo U cv Cf? , 0 V At SOME OF THE TYPE FACES AVAILABLE TO OUR CUSTOMERS Page 433 Homer, Stepnen Paul, 399 Honts, Robert George, 167, 172, 399 Hood, Eddie Floyd, 372 Hood, James Gregory, 399 Hood, James Harold, 372 Hood, Joe Tom, 178, 211 Hood, Odie Alvis, 399 Hood, Robert Clyde, 201, 351 Hood, Suzanne, 189, 372 Hood, Walter L., 399 Huggins, Norman E., 312 Huggins, Sharon Lynne, 373 Hughes, David Ray, 400 Hughes, Francis Howard, 400 Hughes, James Thomas, 400 Hughes, Jerry Wayne, 312 Hughes, Karl Don, 351 James, Preston Lynn, 373 James, Richard Dale, 172, 313 James, Robert Cullum, Jr., 203, 351 James, Sharon Jean, 400 Jancek, Edward Peter, 351 Jansa, Daniel J., 351 Jarrell, Harvey Joe, 313 Jasper, Jeraldine, 351 Hoodenpyle, James Martin, 224, 372 Hooser, Nancy Ruth, 199, 372 Hoover, Bob Huston, 217, 351 Hoover, Jerry Wayne, 399 Hopkins, Arthur Eugene, 275 Hopkins, Betty Frances, 399 Hopkins, James Robert, 259, 274, 277, 312 Hopkins, Janet Dianne, 181, 399 Hopkins, Jerry Don, 399 Hoppe, Jimmie Leeroy, 399 Hopper, Billy Bert, 372 Hopping, Clifford Coke, 312 Huley, Alvin Derrel, 373 Huling, George Frank, 400 Hull, Janice Elayne, 183, 400 Hull, Nancy Ruth, 181, 373 Jeffreys, Clifford Allan, 313 Jeffus, Marshall Turner, 351 Jenkins, Carolyn, 191, 400 Lewis, 400 Horan, Inez, 372 Hults, Penny, 400 Humphrey, Howard Campbell, Jr., 312 Humphreys, Bennie, 312 Huneke, Henry Louis, 275, 312 Hungate, Louis L., 259, 351 Hunkapiller, Alan Warren, 400 Hunsucker, Clara Ernestine, 312 Hunt, Betsy L., 400 Hunt, Judith Louise, 400 Hunt, Judy Glenn, 191, 400 Hunt, Hunt, Medford Browning, 207, 351 Warren Earl, 312 Hunter, Carroll Don, 203, 312 Jenkins, Glen Vyron, 373 Jenkins, Hamilton W., Jr., 373 Jenkins, Marilyn, 195, 313 Jenkins, Jenkins, William, Jr., 274, 351 Jennings, Allen Lee, 400 Jennings, Arthur V., 373 Jennings, Beverly Ann, 172, 373 Jennings, Bobby Joe, 400 Jennings, Jimmie Ralph, 313 Jennings, Margaret Aretta, 199, 373 Jennings Robert L., 351 Tom Ball, 168, 215, 226, 373 , Jernigan, Horchem, Dottie Sue, 198, 199, 312 Horn, Betty Ann, 372 Horn, Laura Ellen, 399 Hornbeck, Kenneth D., 275, 351 Horsley, Dorothy Lee, 350 Horsley, Joe B., 312 Horton, Joseph Stanley, 229 Horton M ra Sue 312 Howard, Patsy Ruth, 399 a Y a Horton, Robert Lee, 399 Hostick, Jerry E., 351 Hosman, Veda Jeanne, 312 Hough, Clarence Wesley, 209, 351 Houghton, Edna, 172 House, Clarence Delmar, 312 House, Warren Stanley, 312 Housley, Houston, Houston, Billy Vernon, 373 Charles, 277 Nancy Pat, 181, 351 Houston, Philip Clay, Jr., 373 Houston, Raymond, 373 Houtchens, Horace Paul, 373 Hover, Ted William, Jr., 351 Howard, Howard, Howard, Howard Dan, 50, 169, 226, 399 Elton Howell, 399 Frances Charlene, 373 Harvey Kyle, 399 Howardz Marshall Dan, 217, 351 Howard, Morgan Smith, II, 201, 224, 373 Howard Richard Lewis 400 Howard: Richard Michael fMickeyJ, 400 Howe, Giva Lois, 351 Howell, Charles Douglas, 400 Howell, Don Wayne, 400 Howell, Glen Ray, 400 Howell, Jeanne A., 189, 312 Howell, Kennard Parker, 312 Howell, Robert W., 373 Howell, Marion, 373 Howeth, Thomas Allan, 209, 373 Howle, Charles Crain, 312 Howle, Cretha Rose, 399 Howse, Herbert, 399 Howsen, Graclyn, 399 Howze, Theda Annette, 185, 351 Hruska, Margaret Ann, 373 Huckaby, Hudgens Hudgensz Hudgins, Hudgins, Hudman, Doyel Clifton, 400 Harold Raymond, 400 Joe Ben, 351 Frank West, 373 Little McGowan, 217 Carolynn Ann, 197, 373 Hudson, Dan Raymond, 400 Hudson, Iva Nell, 351 Hudson, Jerry Don, 205, 226, 351 Hudson, Lynn Lee, 373 Huerta, Hignacio Lujan, 275 Huff, Harrell Lea, 373 Hullf, Robert W., 164, 209 Huffman, Marion Edward, 312 Huffman, Patsy Lee, 373 Hufstutler, Worth Gale, 312 Page 434 Hunter, Freddye Lou, 351 Hunter, Loy Lenoir, 185, 400 Hunter, Richard A., 400 Hurlbut, James Jr., 217, 351 Hurst, Elizabeth Ann, 400 Hurt, David Wooldridge, 400 Hurt, Henry Wayne, 373 Hurt, Larry Lynn, 351 Husbands, Melinda Teal, 193 Huse, Patricia Elliott, 197, 400 Huskerson, Tony Edwin, 203 Hutchens, David Morrow, 312 Hutchens, Ramona Meadows, 313 Hutcherson, Lyndal Royce, 400 Hutto, Dolores Mae, 177, 313 Hutton, A. D., 312 Hutton, Charles Douglas, 209 Hutton, Lynne D., 183, 400 Hyatt, Judith, 185, 373 Hyde, Carl Otis, 313, 400 Hyl, Henry Robert, 400 I Iasigi, Paul E. M., 313 Ibrahim, Sabah Ahmed, 373 Ice, Phil Gray, 207, 373 Ingham, Jerry Young, 373 Irelan, J. R., 351 Irvin, Phillip Jerry, 400 Jesse, Margaret Rose, 400 Jester, Tommy Walker, 373 Jett, Joseph Samuel, 400 Jewell, William Bryant, 373 Joachim, Marian Celeste, 400 Jobbe, Linda Lou, 187, 400 Joes, Randell L., 400 Johns, Frank Hubbard, 351 Irvin, Shirlene, 197 Irwin, Boyce William, 213, 351 Irwin, William Thomas. 351 Isbell, Cecil Romain, 373 Isbell, Johnny Ray, 373 Isham, Darell Dean, 400 Isham. Olin L., 201, 313 Ivey, Jerrie Jaunell, 351 I lable, Wesley Harrell, 400 Jabor, Tonv. 313 Jackson, Billy J., 275, 313 Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson , Bruce, Jr., 373 , Carroll Elwvn, 400 , Gene D., 259, 351 , Harry Nelson, 400 , James Leon, 400 , James Walter, 373 earl Wa ne 273 313 , I y , . Jackson, Margaret Ann, 183 Jackson, Merium Dolores, 183, 400 Jackson, Nickey Garron, 400 Jacobs, Carole Anne. 197, 351 Jacobs, Lynnita, 313 Jamail, Karl Xavier, 400 James, Arnold Charles, 313 James, Charles Franklin, 373 James, Daniel W., 373 James, Edgar Lee, 373 James, Jack Richard. 400 James, Jerry Pat, 400 James, Joe Martin, 172 James, Phillip Wayne, 313 James, Pogo, 229 Johns, James Philip, 400 Johnson, Albert Wayne, 208, 314 Johnson, Alexander Tim, 400 Johnson, Arno Stewart, 400 Johnson, Bernard Bucy, 201, 373 Johnson, Billy J., 314 Johnson, Clarence F., 275 Johnson, Curtis Dan, 400 Johnson, Edwin Gerald, 314 Johnson, F. Joyce, 199 Johnson, Harold Christopher, 373 Johnson, Jack B., 259, 274, 314 Johnson, James A., 201, 314 Johnson, James D., 314, 373 Johnson, James Robert, 314 Johnson, James Ronald, 400 Johnson, James Samuel, 401 Johnson, James Weldon, 314 Johnson, Janet Sue, 199, 401 Johnson, Jay Hugh, Jr., 351 Johnson, John B., 314 Johnson, John Graham, 373 Johnson, Joyce, 373 Johnson, Larry Don, 401 Johnson, Jay Lynn, 213. 224, 351 Johnson, Loren W., 351 Johnson, Leonard R., 373 Johnson, Martha Juanette, 401 Johnson, Mona Gay, 314 Johnson, Nancy Mitchell, 401 Johnson, Ola Sue, 176, 373 Johnson, Pegie Joyce, 351 Johnson, Roy Lewis, 314 Johnson, Royce Dwain, 224, 373 Johnson, Suzanne, 191 Johnson, Wayne, 167, 170, 373 Johnson, William Henry, 351 Johnston, James Monroe, III, 401 Johnston, Lloyd Craig, 351 Johnston, Margaret, 373 Johnston, Norton. 401 Johnston, Peggy, 64, 187 Johnston, Virginia Mae, 400 Johnston, William Ross, 314 Joiner, Gary Nelson, 373 Joiner, Gordon Eugene, 215, 351 Joiner, Joe Robert, 224, 373 Jolly, Adelia Lynne, 401 Jones, Alan Kent, 207 Jones, Arthur Fred, 401 Jones, Beverly Anne, 373 Jones, Bill Frank, 351 Jones, Carl G., 207, 351 Jones, David Arthur, 218, 314 Jones, David Wesley, 401 Jones, Donald Benson, 373 Iones, Iones, Iones Donald Glenn, 401 , Elizabeth Kathleen, 197, 351 Frank H. 351 Iones, Harold L., 314 Iones, Howard Evans, 401 Iones, Iames Clayton, 314 Iones, Iames Randall, 401 Iones, Ianet, 181 Iones, Ianis Fay, 401 Iones, Ieral Ray, 401 Iones, Ierry Ben, 373 Iones, I. Anne, 172, 179, 197, 373, 401 Iones, Iudy Io, 193, 401 Iones, Karol Kay, 189 Iones, Marihelen, 162, 195, 373 Iones, Mary Lu, 199, 373 Iones, Nancy Ann, 183, 224, 351 Iones, Ralph Thomas, 314 Iones, Ross Lane, 215 Iones, Sarah Io, 187, 351 Kennedy, Robert Bruce, 315 Kennedy, Weston Tyndall, 315 Kennerner, Nelda Carol, 374 Kenney, Mary Alice, 315 Kenney, Peggy Sue, 374 Kent, Betty Gayle, 197 Kent, David Alvin, 315 Kent, Karen Iane, 185, 401 Kenworth, Charles, 207 Klutts, Sylvia I., 352 Knezek, Bernard D., 374 Knezek, Raymond B., 352 Knezek, Robert A., 316 Knight, Bobby, 402 Knight, Dennis T., 217 Knight, Delores, 316 Knight, Hal M., 226, 316 an, Iohn W., 402 Knostm Kerbow, Iames Paul, 401 Kerns, Carolyn Grace, 401 Kerr Don Morris, 352 Kerr, Eva Ann, 195, 401 Kerr, Gaylen Russell, 352 Kerr, Karen, 189, 374 Kerr, Wayne Leigh, 401 Kerrick, Kenneth Martin, Ir., 352 Knowles, Calvin C., 203, 374 Knowles, Ianet, 402 Knowlton, Iames L., 207, 224, 374 Knox, Ed Lee, 205 Koch, Lyslie V., 402 Koehler, Dorthea F., 402 Koehler, William R., 402 Koeppe, David E., 402 Kersh, Charles Wyatt, 401 Kershen, Ronald Iohn, 352 Kessinger, Karolyn Kay, 197, 401 Kesterson, Allen Driskell, Ir., 315 Koeppe, Kohler, Kohler, Koonce, Earl P., 219, 275, 316 Carol A., 374 Melvin, 213, 374 Don B., 207 Iorigeii Stuart Carroll, 226, 259, 276, 279, Iones, Tomasyne, 401 Iones, Winell Ann, 373 Ioplin, Barbara I., 314 Ioplin, Harold Lee, 351 Ioplin, Iulian Mike, 217, 314 Iordan, Donald F., 259 Iordan, Iohn Frederick, 211, 373 Iordan, Iohnny Bruce, 203, 351 Iordan, Mary Elizabeth, 401 Iordan, Willeford Frank, 315 Iosey, M. Loyce, 374 Iost, Iill E., 374 Iouanet, Iacquie Annette, 401 Ioy, Dale I., 374 Ioy, Iames Brent, 401 Ioy, Linda Mae, 374 Ioyner, Charles Lewis, 207, 374 Iudd, lra Ward, 351 Iudd, Donald Richard, 401 Iukes, Iudith Ann, 187, 401 Iunker, Patricia Ann, 199, 401 K Kail, Howard Eugene, 315 Kainer, Carl Edward, 401 Kaiser, Martha Ann, 195, 374 Kaisner, Iohn W., 315 Kajs, Antone Ioe, 315 Kaker Ronald Sneed, 351 Kammerer, Donald Charles, 374 Karppe, David, 172 Karr, Bette Kay, 195, 401 Karrh, Karrh, Kasch, Bob Gary, 315 Linda Gail, 401 Bettie Arm, 351 Kaufman, Herman D., 315 Kay, Carmen Sue, 351 Kay, Robert Iames, 315 Kay, Rosemary, 401 Kee, Shirley Mae, 189, 315 Keener Barbara can 374 Key, Charles Edmond, 217, 352 Key, David, 218, 401 Key, Karen O., 57, 191, 374 Key, Martha Sue, 352 Key, Royce Earl, 172, 401 Key, Sammy Dale, 315 Key Thomas Bruce 374 Keylon Carolyn Anizlrienne 199, 401 Koonce, Robert H., 215, 316 I , , , Keyton, Glenda Mae, 199, 315 Kidd, Dwayne, 401 Kidwell, Iackie Charlene, 401 Kidwell, Karen Kristen, 197, 352 Kidwell, Lloyd, 352 Kiesling, Leeroy W., 315 Kiker, Robert Davis, 213, 352 Kilgore, Iohnnye Gayle, 401 Killibrew, Iames W., 259 Killion, Claradene, 315 Kim, Sang Nim, 352 Kim, Yung M., 315 Kimbrough, Beverly Myrel, 374 Kimbrough, Carol Frances, 193, 352 Kimbrow, Iames William, 276, 273, 316 Kimes, Richard Charles, 401 Kimmey, Betty Iane, 401 King, Bobby W., 401 King, Carol Sue, 401 King, Don Arch, 401 King, Donald Murray, 401 King, Donald Ray, 316 King, Iames Burton, 352 King, Iean Frances, 401 King, Iohn, 211, 352 King, Leonard L., 316 King, Nelia Mae, 316 King, Paul Guin, 316 King, Richard Lonnie, 316 King, Sanora Lynn, 401 Kingery, Stanley Odell, 352 Kingsbury, Iimmie G. 374 Kinkaid, Robert William, 352 Kinney, Robert Gerry, 209, 374 , 1 , Keenum, Nan Dee, 401 Keesee, Ierry Don, 374 Keeton, Brenda Kay, 197, 401 Keith, Alice Iean, 401 Keith, Cynthia Ann, 401 Keith, Daniel Gilbert, 401 Keith, Glenda Beth, 191, 315 Keleher, Timothy Fred, 401 Kelley, Linda Beth, 185, 374 Kirby, I. W., 401 Kirby, Sallie Sue, 402 Kirk, Albert Lawrence, 402 Kirk, Glenda Iean, 374 Kirk, lvan W., 352 Kirk, Robert W., 209, 401 Kirk, Wade, 352 Kirk, Tim K., 315 Kirk Kirk e, Alfred G., 402 land ack W 374 Koop, Stanton L., 209, 352 Kotara, Denny R., 374 Kothmann, Sidney W., 207 Kountz, Van H., 316 Kovar, Al L., 352 Krahn, Kay E., 352 Kranz, Philip C., 316 Kring, Kay E., 402 Kring, Rodney G., 402 Krizan, Donald E., 352 Krueger, Shirley A., 402 Kuhlman, Karen, 193, 402 Kuhn, Alfred R., 374 Kuhn, Danelle, 352 Kuntz, Earnest D., 213 Kuykendall, Paula S., 402 Kyle, Larry F., 352 L Labar, Westley Robert, 374 Lackey, Henry William Ir., 316 Lackey, Donald Ray, 316 Lackey, Iack Ward, 402 Lackey, Ierry Don, 402 Lackland, Suedora Iane, 402 Lacy, Donald Lee, 217 Lafferty, Malcolm Dennis, 402 Lagrange, Iohn Gilbert, 207, 374 Lair, Iohn C., 207, 374 Lair, Ruth Ann, 402 Laird, Mickey, 374 Laird, Michael Hahn, 402 Lake, Iames Allen, 203, 352 Lake, Richard Allan, 374 Lamb, Iohn W., 259, 316 Lambert, Charles, 213, 374 Lambert, Donald Eugene, 402 Lambert, Orwinelle Ann, 352 Lambert, Paul Wayne, 203, 352 Lambert, Rueben Taft, Ir., 402 Lamberth, David Lee, 211, 374 Lamphere, Dennis Michael, 402 Landers, Kenneth Cody, 374 Landrum, Leta Irene, 181, 402 Lane, Billy D., 316 Lane, Lane, Lane, Lane, Carl A., 352 Dan W., 207, 226, 316 Donald Herman, 374 Iarnes Thomas, 402 Kelley, Iulia Ann, 374 Kelley, Ioan, 374 Kelly, Nan, 44, 65, 199, 374 Kelly, Robert Earle, 374 Kelly, Thomas Iarnes, 401 Kelly, William Franklin, 259, 274 Kelly, Woody Anderson, 352 Keltner, Kay, 401 Kendall, Conrad Neil, 374 Kendall, Ken Earl,3l5 Kenley, Martha Fanelle, 166, 176, 191, 374 Kennedy, Bobbye Ann, 315 Kennedy, Gene N., 352 Kennedy, Patsy Lynn, 199, 374 Kennedy, Polly Ann, 189, 315 , 1 -, Kirkpatrick, Angela, 185, 374 Kirkpatrick, Iohn E., 402 Kirkpatrick, Mickey C., 172, 402 Kirkpatrick, Ronald B., 374 Kirksey, Benny M., 402 Kirkwood, Iimmie L., 211, 352 Kiser, Billy L., 316 Kisor, Lavelle D., 374 Kitten, Rodney I., 402 Kittrell, Harriett E., 224, 402 Klattenhoff, Mary A., 197, 402 Kleiner, Iames R., 374 Kleiss, Victor L., 374 Klingman, Douglas W., 374 Klutts, Newton L., 352 Lane, Ioe Wendell, 316 Lanfair, Billie B., 316 Lange, William Clinton, 402 Langford, Iames Edward, 316 Langston, Edward Lonnie, 374 Lankford, Bette Ionette, 352 Lantz, Bill David, 402 Lapham, Robert Hoy, 215, 316 Lapham, William Vancil, 215, 352 Larkin, Tommie Wallace, 219, 352 Laroche, Lawrence Robert, 374 Larsen, Larry Taylor, 352 Larson, David Alcon, 402 Lasater, Willie Gayle, 352 Latham, Richard D., 374 Langham, Norman Leon, 316 Page 435 VI W! 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We appreciate the journey through the years with your pub- ce""' SefV I ce rY oe enevdw 1 lication personnel and University officials. 0Ver A Quarter' SOIITHWESTERN ENGRAVING 00. of Dallas Page 436 Laughridge, Richard, 217 Laughter, Virginia Laverne, 181, 402 Laurie, Cheri Martha, 352 Lavender, Bette Louise, 374 Lawlis, Tom, 205, 374 Lawrence, Iack Pleasant, 215 Lawrence, Iohn Brian, 352 Lawrence, Kent Lee, 217, 352 Lawson, A. Dale, 352 Lawson, Beverly Ian, 402 Lawton, Corinne Wilma, 185, 402 Lawton, Kimberly Gerald, 316 Lay, Martha Susan, 402 Layton, Walter Sanford, 402 Leach, Damon Burns, 352 Leary, Iames L., 213, 317 Leath, Iimmy Don, 375 Lebeau, Iimmy Gene, 402 Lebeau, Fred Allen, 215, 352 LeBus, Charles Erwin, 402 Lechow, Gus Emmett, 317 Ledbetter, Ann Clair, 375 Leddon, Richard L., 402 Ledgerwood, Donna, 402 Ledlow, Robert George, 375 Ledrick, Henry Lee, 213. 375 Linsley, Ierald N., 375 Lipscomb, Anne B., 403 Lirette, Ronald G., 403 Little, Melvin Bert, 403 Littlejohn, Larry R., 403 Livermore, Iane, 183, 403 Livingston, Iames S., 375 Lloyd, Ioseph H., 317 Lloyd, Russell P., 375 Lobdill, Ierry I., 203 Locke, Gerald W., 317 Locke, Helen E., 191, 353 Lockett, Carroll B., 375 Lockhart, Iohn H., 353 Lockhart, Kenneth D., 317 Lockhart, Lyons, 403 Lockhart, Thomas H.. 375 Lockwood, Sam L., 403 Loeffler, Carlos W., 403 Lofgren, William W., 226, 375 Lofton, Alfred D., 353 Logan, Carol A., 224, 403 Logan, Samuel H., 353 Logsdon, Iim R., 375 Logsdon, Labritta S., 353 Lokey, Barbara, 353 Lokey, Geraldine, 197, 403 Lusk, Sylvia A., 403 Luton, Iackie R., 318 Luttrell, Iames D., 403 Lynch, Bobby C., 318 Lynch, Charles D., 217, 353 Lynch, Doyce N., 318 Lynch, Howard W., 217, 353 Lynch, Ray D., 229, 318 Lynskey, Patsy A., 185, 318 Lyons, Calvin G., 375 Lyons, Ierold C., 403 Lyons, Margaret L., 191, 375 Mc McAdams, Carey H., 168. 212, 213, 318 McAdams. Charles B., 403 McAden, Svlvia A., 162. 353 McAden, Winston H., 318 Sidney I., 318 Ledwig, Donald E., 51, 226 Lee, Carolyn Frances, 189, 352 Lee, Charles William, 352 Lee, David L., 375 Lee, Dean Ray, 211, 352 Lee George A., 352 Lee, Ierry Patterson, 402 Lee, Iimmy, 402 Lee, Linda Io, 402 Lee, Margaret Pennington, 402 Lee, Steve, 402 Lokey, Mary F., 375 Lollement, I. C., 403 Lomax, Iomilee I., 199 Long, Barbara I., 403 Long, Edmund L., 403 Long, Mary I., 403 Long, Marylan E., 403 Long Raoyal, 317 Long, Russell K., 353 Long? Lehew. Marsha Gale. 352 Lehr, Robert Duane W., 317 Leigh, Gordon Al, 403 Leij a, Iesse Arroyo, 172, 352 Lemon, Bobbie Duane, 375 Lemon, Lynn Ronald, 375 Lemon, Sallye Ieanine, 402 Lemond, Robert H., 352 Longmoor, Edith, 199. 403 Loomis, Margaret I., 403 Loose, Norman R., 375 Loper, Iames F., 403 Loter, Noah R., 50 McAfee, Billy R., 403 McAfee, Wallace L.. 201, 353 McAndrew, Iames D., 318 McAninch, Iacky W., 49. 206, 207 McAninch. Iimmy D., 207, 375 McArdle, Thomas E.. 319 McBiles, McBiles, Carol D.. 259, 274, 319 Don, 276 McBride, Auvy L., 403 McCarty, Beniamin E., 319 McCarty, Bill I., 319 McCarty, Charles E.. 319 McCarty, Don G., 403 McCarty, Glenda E., 403 McCarty , Jerry L., 403 McCauley, William B., 392 McClain. Pat, 403 McClanahan, Iames Edward, 375 McClanahan, Maurice E.. 319 Love' McCullough, Davey. 403 , Sallie Io., 189, 402 Lemond, Lemond Thurman R., 317 Lemons, Bobby Loice. 375 Lemons, lim Frank, 275 Lemons, Iudy Rae, 352 Lemons, Martha Ann, 375 Lemons, Roy Lee, 375 Leonard, Leonard, Bill Everett, 403 Iames Marvin, 375 Lott, Donald L., 403 Lott, Iohn F., 215 Lott, Iudith A., 183, 403 Lott, Patricia I., 189, 375 Love, Berniece M.. 375 Love, Donald, 226 Love, Harvey D., 205, 353 Love, I. B., 219 Love, Iames W., 318 Love, Lynda A., 403 Love, Robert P.. 318 William D., 276, 318 Lerma, Carlos, 317 Lester, Ierry Eugene, 259 Lester, Linda Lou, 403 Leusing, Lloyd Ernest, 51, 317 Leverett, Faye Lynn, 403 Lovel, Gwinn M., 375 Lovelace, Betty A., 166. 187, 318 Lovelace, Bobby G., 259, 318 Lovelace, Patsy A., 403 Loveless. Howard E., 353 McClellan, Francis H., 319 McCluney. Marian R.. 403 McClure, Richard S., 215, 319 McClure, Terrence. 403 McCleskey. Patsy C.. 353 McCluer, lames E., 375 McConnell, Ioseph B., 403 McCord, Kenneth R., 375 McCormick, Beverly, 191, 353 McCormick, loyce M., 353 McCorquodale, Iames W., 403 McCown, Charles F., 215 McCrabb, loe E., 319 McCrary. Charles I., 375 McCree, Dwight L., 319 McCree, Wesley H., 208. 375 McCullough, Lee, 217 McCullough, Ray A., 217 McCune, Heston L.. 403 McCune, Robert I.. 215. 319 Leverich, Ann Priestly, 183, 375 Lew, Eun Sang, 403 Lewis, Alan David, 403 Lewis, Bill F., 219, 352 Lewis, Charles Wesley, 375 Lewis, Danna Rue, 403 Lewis, Ierre Lynn, 193, 317 Lewis, Iohn Rodney, 375 Lewis, Loyd Leon, 317 Lewis, Muriel Ruth. 403 Lewis, Ray Neil, 259, 276, 317 Lewis, Steve Lou, 317 Lewis, Wanda Iean. 353 Ligon, C. Leon, 403 Ligon Richard G. 178. 209 Lovell, Ian B., 353 Lovering, Charles B., 211, 353 Loving, Linda S., 181, 375 Low, Low, Lowa Betty L., 353 William B.. 403 ry. Sharon E.. 403 Lowe, Duane H., 403 Lowe, George M., 201, 353 Lowe, Monte N., 403 Lowe, Sandra L.. 403 Liles, Rosalynne D., 353 Liles, Verna R., 403 Lilly, Cora I., 179, 181, 375 Lincoln, Martha L.. 403 Lincoln, Patsy R., 317 Lindeman, Patricia A., 375 Lindley, Mary A., 191, 375 Lindly, Hershel, 353 Lindsey, Douglas W., 353 Lindsey, Gloria, 187, 403 Lindsey, Ralph W., 317 Line, Ioe V., 275, 317 Linkenhoger, William P., 353 Linker, Roy I., 375 Lowke, Richard P.. 168. 215, 318 Lown, Linda I., 199, 403 Lowrance, Iack E.. 403 Lowrance, Tom M.. 403 Lowrimore, Don. 217 Lowrimore. William. 215 Lowry, ludith A., 353 Lowther, Betty E., 318 Lowther. Richard M., 318 Lucian. Denna. 375 Luck, Bill I., 353 Ludlow, Robert, 403 Luke, Donald G., 375 Luna, Wilburn L., 229 Lunday, Robert I., 403 Lundberg, Helen P., 318 Lundy, Mike S., 403 Lusk, Helen M., 318 Lusk, Murry T., 375 McCurdy, Albert K.. 211, 319 McCurdy, Betty, 353 McDade, Iohn L., 403 McDaniel, Bettye S.. 353 McDaniel, Enna, 58. 375 McDaniel, Kenneth D., 353 McDaniel, Martha L.. 403 McDaniel, Mary E., 319 McDaniel, Mary K.. 181 McDaniel, Mayme E., 375 McDaniel, Sondra I., 404 McDernett, Lawrence L., 375 McDonald, Iames B., 217. 353 McDonald, Iames L., 375 McDonald, Robert L., 319 McDonald, William L., 375 McDougal, Barbara A., 162, 195, 353 McDougal Betty G., 187, 404 McDowell, Glen, 319 McDowell, William I.. 404 McDuFf, George G.. 319 McDufi:, Iames E., 211, 375 McDuHie, Mary E., 193, 375 McElheny, Amelia A., 164, 195, 400 McElroy, Ian, 404 McElroy, George B., 375 McElroy, Kenneth D., 404 McElvany, Leon H., 404 McEwen, Claude R., 375 McFadden, Latanne, 404 Page 437 McFarland, Ierry L., 259 McFarland, Rubye C., 375 McGee, Bobby I., 319 McGee, David O., 319 McGough, Billy I., 375 McGough, Bobby F., 404 McGough, Bocie L., 319 McGregor, Dan R., 319 McGregor, Dan L., 319 McGregor, Ronald I., 213, 353 McGuire, Allora M., 319 Mcllhaney, Richard G., 209 Mcllroy, Charles E., 353 Mcllvain, Billy G., 353 Mcllvain, Iess, 211, 275, 320 Mclntire, Iimmie Lee, 404 Mclntire, Sylvia Beth, 375 Mclver, Ben I., 404 McKecheam, Willie Dale, 375 McKee, George R., 404 McKee, Milton B., 404 McKe1vy, Fred D., 320 McKim, Ronald I., 217 McKimmey, Charles W., 375 McKinney, Billy Iack, 404 McKinney, Durwood Y., 375 McKinney, Ioe C., 404 McKinnon, Lou A., 197, 353 McKinzie, Carol A., 185 McKinzie, George I., 320 McKnight, Dan W., 404 McKnight, Iames W., 320 McLain, Geneva Ann, 181, 320 McLane, Clyde, Ir., 320 Maedgen, Lanny I., 353 Magee, Donna R., 376 Magee, Robert W., 320 Magill, Kenneth B., 172, 353 Magness, Deniese, 353 Mahaley, Virginia R., 172, 181, 320 Mahan, Nancy L., 183, 320 Mahanay, Benjamin C., 353 Mahon, Ierry Don, 404 Malacara, Albert L., 320 Maloy, Betty, 164, 191 Malinak, Peggy A., 195 Mallicote, Marletta L., 199, 404 Mallory, David L., 376 Mallory, Harvey E., 215, 353 Malone, Melvin M., 320 Malouf, Angela C., 321 Maloy, Betty, 376 Manchee, Malcom B., 404 Maneval, Iohn L., 404 Maniha, Carolyn M., 197, 404 Mankins, William T., 353 Mann, Carlton, 404 Mann, Carrall A., 376 Mann, Claude W., 404 Manning, Danforth, 404 Manning, Iames Robert, 404 Manning, Iudith A., 404 Manny, Al D., 404 Mansel, Roma Lou, 65, 404 Marak, Clarence E., 404 Marion, David L., 321 Marion, Sybil S., 189, 376 Marks, Esther I., 404 Maurer, Delmo G., 321 Maxwell, Corinne, 376 Maxwell, William H., 111, 354 May, Iody, 321 May, Noah Calvin, 405 Mayer, Marsha, 405 Mayborn, Mitch, 219, 376 Mayes, Buddy C., 354 Mayfield, Glenna, 376 Mayfield, Richard M., Ir., 275, 321 Maynard, Preston E., 405 Mayo, Bailey R., 322 Mayo, Ianice I., 322 Mayo, Wendell A., 209, 354 Mays, Iames L., 169 Mays, Mays, William T., 322 Winona C., 322 Mayse, Robert H., 354 Mazy, Iackie W., 405 Meacham, Guy, Ir., 376 Mead, Margaret, 197, 376 Meador, Charles D., 405 Meador, Glenn, 224, 405 Meadors, William A., Ir., 322 Meadows, Robert A., 274, 322 Medearis, Ierry L., 405 Meekma, Iohn D., 322 Meeks, Iay D., 322 Meeks, Robert D., 259, 274, 276, 322 Meeks, Virginia A., 322 Meissner, Ada I., 376 Melton, Claudis, 354 Melton, Teresadel, 187, 405 Mentesana, Philip M., 405 McLane, William D., 375 McLaughlin, Bill S., 320 McLaughlin, Marva Lynn, 404 McLellan, Ioe Lynn, 404 McLeon, Gary L., 217 McMahan, Carl Neland, 376 McMahan, Ioe M., 404 McMahon, Patsy, 195 McMaken, Sharon R., 404 McManus, William C., Ir., 320 McMillan, Alvin, 353 McMillan, Patsy L., 404 McMillan, Robert I., 353 McMullen, Neil R., 215, 353 McMurray McMurray? McMurry, McMurry, Charles W., 320 Dixie L., 320 Eugenia I., 376 Donald B., 217, 376 McMurtry, Cora I., 164, 189, 353 McMullin, Martha E., 353 McNeese, Charles L., 324 McNeil, Delores A., 376 McNeil, Leslie I., 376 McNeill, Marcia D., 404 McNeill, Marsha, 193 McNutt, Rollie, 77 McNutt, Ronny F., 376 McPhaul, Iack D., 320 McPherson, Edwin D., 207, 376 McPherson, Iames W., 207, 320 McPherson, Kenneth D., 353 McQueen, Daniel D., 376 McSpadden, Larry E., 376 McSpadden, Sidney C., 320 McWilliams, Charles, 353 McWilliams, Carol, 191, 404 McWaters, Kenneth, 172, 404 M Maberry, Billy M., 353 Mabry, Ralph Bruner, 321 Machen, Deryl R., 353 Mack, Martha L., 320 Mack, Scott L., 320 Mack, Sydney, 320 Mackey, Wanda S., 404 Macnaughton, Dana R., 181, 318 Macon, Max L., 353 Macy, Robert S., 215 Madden, Robert, 376 Maddin, Neal W., 404 Madole, Gwen L., 197, 404 Maddox, Iohn W., 201, 353 Maddox, Madalyn M., 404 Page 438 Marlett, Billy B., 353 Marlow, Robert A., 353 Marricle, Alton R., 405 Marsh, Goldman S., 404 Marshall, Arvle E., 376 Marshall, David H., 321 Marshall, Ierry D., 321 Marshall, Reagan M., 404 Marshall, Wayman D., 321 Martin, Arthur C., Ir., 321 Martin, Barbara D., 195 Martin, Edsell H., 404 Martin, Fred D., 353 Martin, Gerald R., 213 Martin, Ierry L., 178, 202, 203, 321 Martin, Louise D., 404 Martin, Margaret M., 404 Martin, Mary E., 404 Martin, Neville G., 404 Martin, Patricia A., 189, 404 Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Mason Mason Massey Massey Masten Masters Masters Reita I., 199, 321 Roy G., 376 Shelbie I., 353 Tome, 189, 321 Wesley H., 321 Donald R., 405 I. Preston, 353 Roy E., 275, 376 Mary, 190, 321 Radora A., 321 Larry Bruce, 405 Anna Bella, 193, 405 Charles E., 376 Mason, Massey, Iames D., 354 w Masters, Wesley W., 224, 376 Mate'o sk Frederic 321 1 - Y, , Matejowsky, Iudy B., 189, 376 Matheny, Pat, 321 Mathes Harold L., 321 Mathis' Cari B., 376 Mathis, Gary W., 321, 405 Mathis, Harmon F., 354 Mathis, Mathis, Matson, Marvin R., 376 Veeta Fay, 405 Iohnny H., 215, 321 Mattasolio, Donald I., 353 Matthews, Gail B., 354 Matthews, Ierry B., 405 Matthews, Iohn I., 209, 376 Matthies, Patsy A., 185, 376 Matticks, Donald K., 321 Mattox, Mauck, Mary Ann, 199, 321 Sandra L., 197, 405 Mauldin, Marvin Malvin, 376 Menzies, Iames W., 224, 376 Merchant, David P., 354 Merriman, Edwin L., 49, 215, 354 Messinger, Harry F., 354 Metze, Iames L., 405 Meunier, Vincent T., 376 Meyer, Gary D., 354 Meyer, Robert W., 405 Meyer, Walter C., Ir., 376 Meyers, Carol I., 322 Meyers, Virginia S., 405 Michalsky, Ronald A., 376 Michener, Iohn R., 354 Middleton, Bobby I., 224 Middleton, Don A., 170, 322 Middleton, Shirley K., 376 Miers, Kenneth E., 354 Mikolajczyk, Eugene L., 259 Mikolajczyk, Raymond F., 278, 322, Milburn. Martha L., 376 Milburn, Roger L., 405 Miles, Arther E., 219, 229, 322 Milhoan, Roy I., 169, 215, 226, 354 Miller, Anne, 376 Miller, Arther C., Ir., 405 Miller, Barbara A., 405 Miller, Barbara I., 405 Miller, Billy D., 405 Miller, Charles L., 354, 322 Miller, Charles R., 354 Miller, Dale L., 405 Miller, David K., 405 Miller, Donald W., 224, 405 Miller, Donna C., 322 Miller, Duane L., 170, 215, 322 Miller, Eugene I., 276, 322 Miller, Freddie Beth, 405 Miller, Miller Miller? Miller Gary, 226, 376 Harry, 224, 405 Iames E., 405 Iames R. 322 Milleri Iames Watts, 213, 376 Miller, Miller, Miller, Iames Wm., 322 Iimmy, 217 Lawrence R., 405 Miller, Marianne E., 376 Miller, Miller s Marilyn, 195 Marion M., 405 Miller, Marjorie L., 187, 376 Miller, Mary S., 177, 322 Miller, Peggy Anne, 51, 179, 188 Miller, Ray, 405 Miller, Miller, Richard N., 201, 323 Robert L., 161 3 Miller Ronald R. 322 376 Mosk, S Miller, Sally I., 189, 405 Miller, Sally L., 177, 354 Miller, Susie, 41, 187 Miller, Terry H., 405 Miller, William I., 405 Miller, William M., 215, 376 Millikin, Anne L., 376 Mills, Beverly A., 405 Mills, Robert C., 226, 354 Mills, William C., Ir., 405 Milstead, Neldon W., 354 Milton, Larry Leon, 376 Mimms, Carolyn, 376 Mims, Gary Floyd, 376 Mims, Rosemarie S., 405 Minich, Bobby L., 323 Mints, Wendell L., 405 Minyard, G. Gay, 405 Minzenmayer, Leo W., 323 Mires, Raymond W., 213 Mitchell, Doris I., 405 Mitchell, Gary R., 211, 354 Mitchell, Iames B., 376 Mitchell, Kay, 193, 376 Mitchell, Paul E. Ir., 205 Mitchell, Robert G., 376 Mitchell, William F., 323 Mittel, Ronnie A., 209 Mitts, Alvin E., 376 Mitts, Yvonne M., 323 Mixon, Richard G., 275 Mize, Ioe H., 377 Mock, Thomas B., Ir., 323 Mock, Scott, 405 Morgan, Margaret M., 185 Morgan, Wayne T., 406 Moring, Iames D., 323 Morley, Iess Carl, 406 Morris, Billy F., 224, 354 Morris, Carol I., 406 Morris, Donnie, 406 Morris, Iames Gee, 354 Morris, Iames R., 377 Morris, Marilyn, 199, 354 Morris, Marilyn R., 377 Morris, Mary Lou, 181, 377 Morris, Michael D., 406 Morris, Morris, Morris, Norman S., 406 Robert A., 406 Robert T., 406 Morris Ronald D., 217, 354 Morris, Vera 406 Morrison, Betty I., 377 Morrison, Iosephine A., 406 Morrison, Kay, 191 Morrison, Leroy E., Ir., 323 Morrison, Myrna Kathryn, 406 Morrison, Roy, 354 Morrison, William E., 324 Morrow, Nancy L., 324 Morrow Morrow , Saundra, 406 , Wendell B., 406 Morton, Iames L., 406 Morton, Ianys A., 189, 377 Moseley, Iohn, 324 Moseley, Mary K., 187, 377 Moses, Theresa G., 406 Moses, Wayne L., 406 haryn K., 224, 406 Neely, Ioe A., 406 Neff, Ierry W., 354 N eher, N elms, Kenneth R., 40 6 Sarah B., 197, 377 Nelson, Arthur N., 324 Nelson, Carolyn R., 173, 324, 377 Nelson, D. Paul, 377 Nelson, Catherine A., 195 Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson George H., 21 Iames D., 377 Iimmy E., 217 Ioe L., 199 Nancy C., 172, Nesbit,, Tommy, 354 Nesky, Adolph I., 406 5 181, 324 Nesmith, Hayden R., 324 Neumayer, Nancy C., 406 Nevils, Nevitt, Sylvia M., 406 Iohn G., 406 324 Newbrough, Carrol B., Newman, Ieannie A., 406 Newsom, Clarence A., 406 Newsom, Kenneth A., 406 Newsom, Royce G., 406 Newsom, Ianice, 164, 1 94, 195, 324 201 Newsome, Chilton L., Nichols, Ann H., 181, 324 Nichols, Carole I., 354 Nichols, Doris I., 354 Nichols, Edgar W., 229 Nichols, Gail M., 181, 406 Nichols, Leo F., 213, 354 Nichols, Paul M., 407 Nicol, Martin L., 407 Nix, Don C., 407 Nowell, Iimmy D., 325 Moncrief, Iohn, 377 Montgomery, Ann P., 185, 405 Montgomery, Arthur B., 323 Montgomery, Bette F., 187, 323 Montgomery, Donald I., 354 Montgomery, Iohn B., 217, 354 Montgomery, Iohn R., 377 Montgomery, Iohn W., 377 Montgomery, Lee B., Ir., 49, 201, 323 Montgomery, Mike, 405 Montgomery, Paul M., 405 Montgomery, Robert D., 405 Montgomery, Walker E., 354 Monzingo, Carol A., 354 Mood, Peter Al, 377 Moody, Eric Verrette, Ir., 205, 377 Moody, Linda K., 405 Moody, Wendell B., 323, 354 Moore, Anna, 224, 405 Moore, Charles L., 323 Moore, Charles M., 120 Moore, Clovis W., 405 Moore, Dan R., 203 Mosley, Thomas L., 172 Mosty, Mary K., 406 Motes, Iesse R., 324 Motley, Billy G., 217, 377 Mounger, Clyde Wesley, 377 Mount, David W., 406 Muckelroy, Ioe E., 203 Mueller, William C., 406 Mull, Gerald M., 406 Mulitz, Mary, 224 Mullanax, Milton G., 406 Mullens, Patsy L., 197, 249 Mullin, Sherry I., 377 Mullins, Norma D., 173, 406 Mumford, Ioan, 193, 406 Munkres, Doyle G., 324 Munzinger, Fritz R., 213, 324 Murff, Gerald C., 406 Murphy, Patricia A., 406 Murphy, Richard W.. 406 Murphy, Robert E., 324 Murray, Cam A., 187. 406 Murray, Donald H.. 377 Odell, Gene A., 355 Ohlenbusch, Ianelle M., Moore, Elaine, 172, 405 Moore, Euleen B., 187, 405 Moore, Franklin D., 323 Moore, Garlan E., 405 Moore, Gay L., 405 Moore, Harlod A., Ir., 405 Moore, Iack N., 354 Moore, Ianet S., 278, 323 Moore, Iim D., 377 Moore, Ioe, 217, 323, 354 Moore, Linda G., 405 Moore, Mandy, 179, 183 Moore, Margaret, 195 Moore, Marilyn, 377 Moore, Marvin W., 323 Moore, Milton E., 405 Moore, Myrna I., 405 Moore, Nancy P., 406 Moore, Ray L., 377 Moore, Ray W., 178 Moore, Seth T., Ir., 205, 323 Moore, Sue Ann, 377 Moore, Wayne D., 323 Moore, William D., 377 Murray, Otis I., 406 Murray, Wanda L.. 191 Murrell, Bill T., 324 Muse, Robert V., 377 Musick, Weldon B., 406 Mustian. Myers, C Elmer R.. 354 arol lo. 189 Myers Donald D.. 354 Myers? D onna I., 185, 406 Myers, Gerald L., 51, 203, 217, 354 Myers, Mary S., 377 Myers, Roland W., 377 Myers. William K., 377 Nix, Gwendolyn E., 183, 377 05 325 Noakes, Charles W., 2 Noakes, Pat, 377 Noble, Steve, 354 Noles, Patricia A., 325 Noles, Tyra I., 354 Nored, Doris K., 325 s Norfleet, Charles E., 224, 377 354 Norman, Glad Lyn, 207, Norman, Ianey S., 354 Norman, Ierry, 407 Norman, Luther H., 407 Norman, Perry A., 219, 377 Norris, Billy N., 213, 354 Norris, Ianie S., 59, 199, North, Kent A., 325 407 Northcutt, Iimmy H., 224 Northcutt, Mae Nel, 325 Northcutt, Terry I., 407 Northrup, Herman R., 354 Noteware, Karen L., 183, 355 Novak, Suzanne M., 187, 407 Nugent, Mary Ann, 407 Nunnery, Kenneth P., 407 Nutt, Keith L., 169, 377 O Oates, Clay H., 325 Oatman, Donald W., 3 25 O'Brien, Karen, E., 195, 407 O'Brien, Wanda F., 355 Ochs, Richard L., 325 O'Connell, Bryan T., 201 Myrick, Edward E.. 201, 229 Myrick, Margaret H., 181, 354 N Nachlinger, Iackie D., 201, 324 Nance, Ianet R., 406 Nance, Vannah I., 354 Narmour, Forrest R., 377 Nauert, Iohn R., 354 Naylor, Ioe P., 354 O'Dell, Michael, 407 Oden, Patricia A., 199, Odom, Haskell L., 325 Odorizzi. Ioyce E., 407 Offerle, Iohnnie I., 355 Ogden, Ogilvy, Jan, 209, 377 Alex, 111, 325 224 , 407 Oglesby, Lynda B., 181 O'Harra, Margarita W., 407 O'Haugherty, Iohn M., 407 Neal, Charles E., 324 Mooter, Kenneth E., 201, 354 Moreland, R. A., 229 Morell, Daurice D., 404 Moreman, Ervin B., Ir., 217, 323 Morris, Robert A., 406 Morgan, Darrell N., 354 Neal, Frank C., 406 Neal, Iven A.. 406 Neel, Loyd W., 324 Neel, Ruth E., 406 Neely, Charles E., 354 Neely, Iim T., 406 O'Kief, Gary C., 407 Oles, Paul S., 172, 355 Oliver, Chester T., 355 Oliver, Freda Y., 407 O,Neal, Bob R., 377 O'Neal, Bobby L., 377 193, 377 Page 439 O'Nea1, Don E., 407 O,Nea1, Hubert R., 355 O'Neil, Ianice M., 355 O'Nei11, Peggy Lou, 355 O'Rear, Curtis H., 355 Orman, K. Phillips, 355 Ormand, Don R., 205, 325 Orr, Alice Faye, 407 Orren, Gary E., 205, 325 Orborn, Ashley G., 259, 276, 325 Osborn, Kenneth D., 325 Osborne, David C., 407 Osborne, Kenneth W., 355 Osborne, Vicky R., 407 Osterbuhr, Ronald C., 211, 355 Parish, Marilyn, 350 I' Park, Billy B., 201 Park, Samuel I., 259, 355 Parke, Myra L., 407 Parker, Anthony R., 377 Parker, B. Ray, 325 Parker, Doyle P., 355 Parker, Parker Flora L., 407 Iames F. 213 Parker? Iames Ll 355 Parker, Iimmy I., 325 Parker , Parker, Ioe D., 355 Paul Les, 377 Parker, Winifred C., 177, 199, 355 Parkinson, Hugh F., 377 Owen, Barbara A., 185, 407 Owen, Dan K., 377 Owen Iohn 355 owenj Iudith A., 355 Owen, Margaret R., 199, 407 Owen, Owen, Owens, Owens, Owens, Owens, Michael I., 172, 407 Norman L., 325 Bobby, 355 Brenda L., 377 Gene, 407 Ierry F., 325 Owens, Nancy O., 197, 355 Ownby, Nina M., 195, '325 P Pace, Starlie G., 172, 377 Pace, Fred R., 216 Paddock, William A., 407 Page, Dan N., 377 Parkman, Richard I., 172, 355 Parks, Billy W., 355 Parks, Iohn B., 407 Parks, Mary A., 377 Parmer, Glenda C., 407 Parr, Vivian Marlene, 377 Parrish, Cammile, 199 Parrish, Goldman E., 407 Parrish, Iames L., 377 Parrish, Marilyn, 185 Parsons, Ronald D., 355 Parsons, Wallace E., 355 Paschall, Frances I., 407 Paschall, Lynell, 407 Pasche, Ierry Wayne, 275 Paslay, Iohn A., 407 Pate. Thomas F., 407 Patrick, Barbara Iean, 407 Patrick, Mary E., 407 Patrick, Phillip D., 355 Page, Ion P., 407 Paige, Lester E., 275 Painter, Patsy A., 189, 377 Pair, Iimmy 1.., 377 Pair, Loyce L., 377 Pair, Naydinc, 377 Palmer, Robert F., 407 Pammill, Iohn Douglas, 377 Parish, Iamcs E., 407 Patten, I. W., 325 Patterson, Alice I., 407 Patterson, Charles L., 355 Patterson, Donald R., 407 Patterson, Iames H., 205 Patterson, Iames L., 217 Patterson, Ianie, 183 Patterson, L. A., 325 Patterson, Larry T., 407 Patterson, 325 Patterson, Mickie, 161, 173, 197, Nancy K., 407 Patterson, Robert S., 377 Patterson, Tommy 13., 215, 377 Pattillo, Debie B., 377 Patton, Edgar D., 377 Paul, Eva A., 326 Paul, Iim N., 326 Pavillard, Dan W., 172, 326 Pavillard, Dean Bob, 326 Payne, Bobby R., 207 Payne, Frances E., 224, 407 Payne, Philip P., 326 Payne, Rebecca A., 407 Payne, Russell V., 407 Peacock, Iudith A., 181, 407 Peacock, William N., 378 Pearce, Patricia E., 191 Pearcy, Ian W., 378 Pearson, Billy L., 378 Pearson, Donna L., 191, 378 Pearson, Ianis Dawn. 326 Peck, Clarence D., 407 Pedersen, Martin H., 407 Peek, Iimmy D., 407 Peiper, Ieanene, 189 Pelfrey, Barbara A., 407 Pelt, Thomas H., 378 Pence, Patricia A., 197, 355 Pendley, Phillip E., 407 Penland, Carol M., 195 Pennell, Ierry D., 355 Pennell, Karen G., 407 Pennington, Charles H., 326 Pennington, David L., 207, 326 Pepper, Sharla I., 42, 51, 61, 189, 355 Perdue, Claude A., 407 Perkins, Donald Emory, 407 Perkins, Iames R., 326 Perkins, Marion R., 183, 407 Perry, Claude R., 213, 378 Perry, D. Van, 378 Perryman, Ierry L., 378 249 27 i." tweat 1- ' ' .1' NWWY f ff tech rnen C fe 2224 Broadway PO2'3501 Page 440 Porter. Peters, Alice Ann, I95, 407 Petersen, Gail j.. I64, l89, '378 Peterson, Frank D., 326 Pettit, Alva F., 326 Pettit. Nelda j., 407 Petty, Carl L., '378 Petty. Carol A., 407 Petty, Gloria M., '526 Petty, james F., '555 Petty, jim l... '555 Petty, john A., 407 Petty, Margie Ann, 407 Petty, Olen R., 355 Petty, Thomas L., '555 Petty, William F., '555 Peveto, Mary Lynn, 65, l9'3, 407 Pfeille Plingsten, Mary E., 407 Plluger, jan L., l95, 407 Pliuger, William C., 2l5, 378 Phenix, George R., 407 Phillips, Bill A., 407 Phillips, Gary D., 407 Phillips, George W., '378 Phillips, jack S., 378 Phillips. james E., '355 Phillips, Pat, 407 Phillips, Paul W.. 2l5, '526 Phillips. Phyllis W., 407 Phillips, Robert F., 1355 Philp Philp O 0 r, Gilbert L., jr., 407 tt. Bobby D.. 407 tt, Marvin lf.,-107 Phipps, Gay, 378 Pickett, jimmie O., 355 Pieper. Cynthia j., 407 Pierce, Alice M., 407 Pierce, Norman W., 326 Pierce, Rebecca A.. l99, 'S78 Piercy, Dennis M., 407 Piestengel, Amana, 450 Pieye. Cesar A., 326 Pijam. Dorothy M., 378 Pike. Rolan lf., '578 Pike. Thomas lf., 250, X55 Piland, lfddie W., 407 Pilcher, Benjamin l.., 378 Pilgrim, Charles A., T378 , ,. Pilkington, Donald C., 250, .27-1,276 '326 Pillers, Morris A., 4117 Pinson, Carol Ann, ISYS, 407 Pinson. Gary D., 407 Pinson, Gene P., 200, 'l78 Pinson, Larry ll., 355 Pinson, Sarah, l9l, '378 Pior, jimmy R., 407 Pipkin, Mitchell N., 49, I68, 208 'S26 Pippin, Mary A., 355, I80 Piret, Ronnie 407 Pirklc, Donald R., 20l, '378 Pistole, Sarah li., 407 Pittman, Wilbur I., 2l0, '526 Pitts, john W., '526 Pitxer, Ronald 'l'., 407 Pleteher, Bernard A., '526 Plumlee, Billy M., 378 Plumlee, lfdward L., 407 Plummer, Albert Ii., '327 Plunkett, Dorothy A., 407 Poage, Kay l.., l80, '578 Poage, Herman C., 207, '578 Poage, Roy L., 205, '378 Poer, Robert W., 407 Poer, Stanley T., 20l, 378 Poer, 'ljruett W., 405 Poes, jose Carlos, '578 Pollard, Lonnie M., 407 Ponder, Donald K., 205, '327 Pool, jutly D.. l7'5, 407 Pool. Mart G.. 'S55 Poole, llelen '555 Pope, Rarbara I00. A327 Pope. Rert lf., 408 Pope, james W., T378 '78 Porter, Carolyn I64, l70, lfll. 3 Don R., 408 Porter, janis lf., 224. 'S55 Porter. jay M., 224, '355 Porter, Laine. I87 Porter. Roger li., 405 Posey, 'llerry lf., '578 Poston, john ll., fl-ll Poteet. Robert ll., jr., 408 Potter, David li., 'S55 Pounds, Dwight R., 'S27 Pounds, Glenn 'S55 Powe, jimmy A., 408 Powell, Betty A., l77, ISJO, '327 Powell, Dorothy L., '355 Powell, j. D., '555 Powell, john C., 408 Powell, Murphy D., 224, 408 Powell. Sharon V., 408 Powers. Bobby G., 408 Powers, Gay N., l90, 408 Powers, Robert W., 408 Powers, Stanley W., I70, 207, '327 Prater, Charles R., 355 Prather, Lynda D., 378 Pratt, Dorothy, T527 Pratt. Sandra A., l8l, 408 Prentice. james H., 408 Preston, A. C., 275, '327 Preston, joe D.. 408 Preston, Uliyer ll.. III, 250, 327 Prestridge, john W., '555 Prestrider, joyce l... 327 Prewett. Richard G., 408 Prewitt. judith L.. 408 Price, Rarbara j., 408 Price. Bennett l... '378 Price. Charles R.. 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Price, Ierry W., 409 Price, Mary E., 378 Price, Richard W., 259, 276, 327 Prichard, Iames P., 355 Prichard, Tommy D., 409 Prickett, Kenneth R., 378 Priddy, Tommy C., 203, 355 Prince, Robert N., 378 Prince, Ronald D., 409 Prindle, Iohn C., 409 Prinz, Alfred C., 327 Pritchett, Anease, 60, 197, 355 Pritchett, Ann L., 177, 197, 355 Probasco, Michael V., 378 Prochaska, Frank O., Ir., 201, 378 Proctor, Amon W., 378 Proctor, Robert N., 409 Protz, Donald C., 356 Pruitt, Iohn W., 327 Puckett, Barbara, 409 Puckett, Ronald S., 409 Puig, Virginia C., 185, 378 Pullen, Don R., 409 Purselley, Charles C., 356 Pursley, Philip L., 378 Putman, Carolyn R., 409 Putman, Timmy L., 356 Putney, Everett E., 356 Pyeatt, Charles, 209 Pyeatt, Ronald I., 209, 378 Pylant, Iackie D., 356 Pylant, Wendell R., 409 Pyle, Forest B., 378 Page 442 Q Quade, Dean M., 327 Quain, Kathryn N., 195, 409 Qualls, Frank R., 378 Queen, E. B., 356 Queen, Marcia I., 409 Quintanilla, Barbara D., 199, 409 Quinta Quisen nilla, Beverly D., 199, 409 berry, Betty I., 409 R Rabb, Laiuana L., 189, 378 Rackley, Charles L., 327 Radack, Ruth A., 356 Ragland, Mary M., 193, 409 Ragland, Paul C., 203, 259, 327 Ragland, William R., 356 Rall, Iohn W., 409 Raiborn, Louis M., Ir., 378 Rainer, Billie P., 50, 179, 195, 356 Rainey, Billy F., 378 Rainey, Robert C., Ir., 356 Rains, Ierry E., 409 Raish, Henry D., 203 Raiszadel, Habib, 378 Raley, Iesse B., 409 Ralston, Beverly P., 327 Rambo, Larry D., 219, 327 Rame, Edward R., 379 Ramsey, David S., 205, 378 Ramsey, Linda, 409 Ramsey, Phillip H., 327 Ramsey, Ralph C., 327 Ramsey, Ralph W., Ir., 409 Randel, Penny L., 166, 191, 378 Randle, William T., 378 Randles, Iames H., Ir., 356 Randolph, Henry W., 409 Randolph, Linda A., 409 Randolph, Olin L., 327 Rankin, Margaret E., 409 Rankin, Nancy V., 409 Rannefeld, Kenneth R., 378 Ransbarger, Bobby W., 329 Rasbury, Iames E., 356 Rash, Robert D., 409 Ratcliff, William D., 409 Rather, Louise E., 327 Rathmell, Iames I., 379 Ratliff, Ben R., 379 Ratliff, Bobby C., 327 Ratliff, Iames R., 219, 379 Ratliilf, Michael P., 409 Ratisseau, Suzanne L., 187, 409 Ratisseau, Wayne B., 217, 224, 356 Rattan, Douglas C., 328 Rauch, Iohn P., 378 Raun, Layton R., 328 Rawlings, Mary L., 409 Rawlings, Rosamond E., 195 Rawlinson, Iean A., 356 Ray, Ava 1., 185 Ray, Bobby L., 409 Ray Eugene H., 207, 356 Ray, Evelyn, N., 356 Ray, Iames R., 328 Ray, Mary C., 409 Ray, Roland F., Ir., 409 Ray, Ronald L., 409 Raymer, Charles H., 328 Rea, L. D., 50, 164, 224, 328 Read, Iames K., Ir., 409 Read, Richard H., 409 Reagan, Robert L., 379 Reagor, Reams, Reaves, Reaves, Rechen Thomas D., 217, 356 Nancy A., 193, 409 Ianet A., 191, 327 Ioe R., 409 thin, Marilyn I., 189, 409 Reddell, Harlan W., 356 Redding, Iulia B., 183, 409 Redman, Iack B., 379 Redwine, Earl Eugene, 328 Reece, Iohn Michael, 409 Riggs, Dale A., 209, 356 Rigsby, Betty L., 356 Rigsby, Thomas A., 356 Riherd, Nelda I., 329 Riley, Edna R., 379 Riley, Michael D., 410 Rinehart, Rebecca A., 410 Riojas, Richard A., 356 Riojas, Rosa E., 197, 379 Riordan, Kathryn A., 379 Riordan, Patricia E., 410 Rippy, Marvin B., 201, 379 Rippy, Odie D., 356 Risinger, Thad, 356 Ritchie. Curtis A., 329 Ritter, Margaret A., 189, 356 Roach, Barbara K., 410 Robbins, Phyllis R., 410 Robbins, Susan I., 197, 356 Roonsman, Martin, 379 Roper, Marion D., 379 Roper, Ralph I., 410 Roper, Sidney, 379 Rose, Annette, 187, 379 Rose, Bob D., 356 Rose, Wendell I., 379 Reed Athel L., 409 Reedi Cynthia Jane, 409 Reed, Delbert Winston, 379 Reed, Donovan Powell, 356 Reed, Fred A., 328 Reed Ierry Reese 328 Reed ZIohn E.. 405 Reed, Iulia M.. 195 Reed, Lillian A.. 409 Reed Reed Reed , Phillip, 356 , Thomas I., 379 er, Gay E.. 409 Rees, Richard W., 409 Reese, David L., 356 Reeve, Don A., 409 Reeves, George F., 379 Regsbv, Tom, 224 Reid, Bert T.. 201 Reid, Claire L.. 195 Reid, Gene, 209, 328 Reidy, Mary A., 328 Reily, Marsha L., 181, 379 Reinert, Sidney C., 409 Reinhardt, Charles F.. 169, 409 Reinhardt, Mary S., 185, 409 Reising, Ierry, 409 Rendleman, Samuel L.. 409 Renf ro, Donald K., 409 Renfro, Eugene M.. 328 Renfro, Frank C., 379 Renfro, Iames G.. 356 Renf Renf ro, O. C., 379 roe. Delwin D.. 409 Rester, Iames C.. 171, 379 Revis, Laverne, 259 Reynolds, Billy I., 328 Reynolds, Bob R., 328 Reynolds, Bobbie M., 328 Reynolds, Carolyn I.. 49 Reynolds, Don R.. 328 Reynolds, Glenn E.. 356 Reynolds, Henry W.. 409 Reynolds, Philip C.. 379 Roberson, Clayton S., 207, 329 Roberson, Ioe S., 209 Roberson, Ion L.. 410 Roberson, Mary I.. 379 Roberts, Albert, 410 Roberts, Ann, 410 Roberts, Arthur R., 410 Roberts, Betty I., 410 Roberts, Carol K., 410 Roberts, Don Alton. 329 Roberts, Helen L., 356 Roberts, Iames K.. 356 Roberts, I Roberts, 1 Roberts, Iohn E., 178, 216, 217, immy C., 379 oan, 177, 193. 329 Roberts, Iohn S., 379 Roberts, I udy D.. 187, 379 Roberts, Karen E., 410 Roberts, Leta M., 187, 224, 379 Roberts, Linda A., 65. 193, 410 Roberts, Lon M.. 356 Roberts, Travis D.. 201. 329 Robertson Robertson Robertson Robertson , Beryle D., 379 , Dwight G., 356 , George T.. 379 , lerry M.. 379 Robertson, Robert C., 410 Roberts Roberts on, Roberta I.. 410 on, Thomas H., 329 Robertson, Truman E.. 209, 356 Robinson, Alvis G.. 356 Robinson, Cone I., 410 Robinson, lohn H.. 379 Robinson, Liland D., 356 Robinson, Margaret L.. 410 Robinson, Myrl W., 410 Robinson, Nancy R., 197, 379 Robinson, Ralnh M.. 410 Robinson, Richard K., 379 Roselius, Dale I., 215, 329 Rosinger, Rachel, 379 Ross, Carlyn I., 410 Ross, Dan B., 379 Ross, Iewel A., 197 Ross, Mildred I., 356 Rosson, Glenn R., 356 Rothermel, Louis F., 410 Rountree, Nita D., 410 Row, Archie E., Ir., 275 Rowland, Iames N., 201, 275, 329 Rowntree, Lynn D., 379 Roy, Allen F., 356 Royse, Marjorie A., 379 Rubio, Robert, 379 Rucker, Ben T., 410 Rucker, Iames R., 379 Rudd, Gerry C., 379 Rudolph, Harrell E., 379 Rudy, Iames S., 209, 356 Rue, Baxter R., 379 Rumsey, Winston N., 172, 379 Ruoho, Ronald R., 330 Rush, Charles W., 410 329 Rusk, E arl D., 329 Russell, Edith Io, 410 Russell, Gracie Marie, 410 Russell, Marie, 410 Russell, Reva, 410 Russell, Richard A., 201 Rust, Edgar, 169, 259 Rutherford, Linda L., 410 Rutherford, Lloyd W., 410 Rutledge, Bobby F., 410 Rutledge, David, 410 Rutledge, Donald R., 172, 410 Rutledge, Gerald F., 410 Rutledge, Ray L., 356 Rutledge, Sandra S., 379 Rydell, Nancy C., 410 S Sage, Frederic H., 201, 330 Sager, Nelson C., 379 Sageser, Ray M., 224, 411 St. Clair, Robert A., 358 St. Germain, Louis C., 410 Salome, Carol Ieanne, 411 Sammons, Patrick H., 330 Sanders, Ada Beth, 330 Robison, Glenn, 379 Robnett, Vernon H.. 329 Robnett, Willena. 181. 410 Rochelle. Nancy I., 410 Reynolds. Wenrlel R., 379 Rhea. I. Hud, 224 Rhodes, Roy D., 328 Rhyne, Prentiss L., 356 Ribble. Samuel O., 219, 328 Rice Carla J., 195.409 Rice, Carole A., 379 Rice, George W., 356 Rice, Ronald D., 379 Rice, T. C.. 409 Rich, Charles Allen. 410 Richards, Charles L., 328 Richards, Richard L., 356 Richards, Lynn. 189. 410 Rich Richardson, Albert T., 356 Richardson, Charles R., 379 Richardson, Gordon H.. 410 Richardson, lanne D.. 379 Richardson, Lela V., 328 ardson, Mar A. 51 162 195, 329 Richardson, Wayllne E., 329 Richey, Iohn W., 329 Richter, William R., 329 Riddle, Iohn L., 217, 356 Riehn, Carl W., 329 Rifle, Robert L., 356 Rockett, Evelyn L.. 410 Rodden, Sandra C., 410 Rodgers, Benjamin K., 410 Rodgers, lack A.. 410 Rodgers, Iames E., 205. 329 Rodgers, Ierry Leon, 410 Rodgers, Robert F.. 379 Rodman, Michael R., 201. 379 Rodriguez. Maria M.. 356 Rogers, Claude E.. 168. 219, 356 Rogers, Donald D.. 356 Rogers, Grace W.. 329 Rogers, loe E.. 379 Rogers, Mary M.. 379 Rogers, Merrill. 410 Rogers, Peggy I., 410 Rogers Richard L.. 379 Rogers, Ronnie E.. 410 , Rogers, Rolen, Thomas A., 329 Ardith D., 410 Rollans, Iohn R.. 410 Rollins, Arnold R., 275, 329 Rollins, Iohn M., 410 Rollins, Malcolm M., 329 Sanders, Catherine A., 379 Sanders, Darryl P., 219, 330 Sanders, Delbert A., 219, 330 Sanders, Iames H., 379 Sanders, Iohn M., 211, 275, 330 Sanders Karen S. 411 Sanders? Larry Wl, 411 Sanders, Nancy P., 187, 197, 411 Sanders, Ralph B., 411 Sanders, Rinaldo W., 330 Sanders, Thomas E., 357 Sandidge, Robert A., 380 Sandlin, Robert H., 207, 330 Sandy, William F., 357 Sargeant, Iack R., 411 Sartain, Walter M., 111, 330 Sartin, Tommy C., 357 Sattewhite, Charles E., 380 Satterwhite, Raymond G., 411 Sauer, Stanley P., 411 Saunders, Charles Ray, 330 Saunders, Patricia L., 172, 357 Savage, Terry R., 330 Scales, Dannie H., 411 Scales, Louis T., 411 Scales, Morris Ray, 203, 357 Scales, Richard W., 217, 357 Scaling, George W., 111, 217, 224 Scarborough, Terry A., 211, 357 Rone, Donald K., 410 Ronshausen, Charles L., 171, 379 Schaefer, Weldon E., 217, 357 Schafer, Lora A., 357 Page 443 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 uma iflih. ,XX man with future Disiinciively styled clothes give o mon Thor feeling of confidence so essentiol To successful living. Doms Ltd? hos This in mind when serving The discriminating Techson. 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Iean, 185, 380 Sheflield, Lem Bernay, 170, 209, 224, 380 Shelby, Thomas H., 217, 357 Shell, Sandra I., 195, 380 Shelton, Charles M., 411 Shelton, David M., 380 Shelton, Foy M., 380 Shelton, Robert W., 411 Shepard, Darrel D., 219, 380 Shepard, Iohn P., 411 Shepard, Rowean M., 380 Shepherd, E. Dean, 357 Shepherd, Edward A., 331 Shepherd, Melba, 357 Sheppard, William P., 331 Sherill, Ralph, 207, 331 Sherrill, Sandra L., 181, 331 Sherrill, Winn S., 181, 411 Sherrod, Benny D., 411 Sheveland, Sara A., 187, 331 Shieder, Iudith, 193, 411 Shields, Sandra C., 62, 179, 191, 357 Shields, Virginia A., 185, 411 Shilcutt, Patricia D., 172 Shile, Linda N., 189, 357 Shindler, George R., 331 Shinn, Wanda L., 411 Shipman, Dan W., 357 Shipman, Ioann, 411 Shipman, Michael D., 411 Shipman, Peggy T., 411 Shipp, Marilyn I., 411 Shirk, Dennis H., 411 Shirk, Harvey I., 357 Shirley, Richard L., 331 Shivers, Linda, 357 Shoemaker, David D., 203, 357 Slaughter, Katharine A., 380 Slaughter, Robert F., 275 Slay, Glenn S., 168, 207, 331 Sledge, Iohn B., 412 Sloan, Archie E., 207, 357 Small, Billy M., 207 Smalley, Mary A., 412 Smart, Clyde R., 332 Smart, Mary S., 412 Smelser, Milbra A., 412 Shofner, Berkley E., 205 Shook, Short, Charles E., 411 David G., 411 Short, Iudity N., 411 Short, Leonard F., 380 Short, Maurice P., 357 Short, Sharon E., 191 Show, Pete, 168 Smith, Robert Powledge, 380 Scrivener, Richard L., 330 Scuddy, Nancy A., 172, 199, 411 Seale, Marl G., 380 Seale, Ted, 205 Seale, Tommy G., 207, 330, 357 Searcy, Henry F., 411 - Sears, Kelly M., 167, 171, 217, 357 Sears, Phyllis I., 331 Seawell, Rollyn H., Ill, 219, 357 Seay, Rita I., 380 Seeliger, Sharon L., 199, 331 Seemann, Gerald R., 217, 259, 357 Selectman, Ann, 191, 411 Selfridge, Ierry W., 217, 380 Seligmann, Sidney A., 357 Sellers, Tony M., 411 Selman, Robert L., Ir., 411 Senclair, Patricia D., 411 Senter, I. 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Sammy E., 359 Whippo, Buddy, 217, 383 Whitacre, Iames W., 219, 338 Whitaker, Robert D., 338 White, Billy Reece, 338 White, Bob A., 415 White, Carolyn K., 195, 415 White, Charles F.. 415 White, Charles W., 383 White, White, White, White, White, White, White, Elizabeth G., 172, 195, 338 Frances L.. 415 Frank B.. 201, 359 Ioe Vic, 338 Ioseph A., 359 Kathy, 189, 383 Lester K., 359 White, Martha A., 359 White, Nancy C., 187, 415 White, Richard L.. 383 White, Roy E., 213, 338 White, White, White, Stanley W., 359 Wayne R., 224, 383 Willie R., 415 Williams, Robert E., 383 Williams, Robert L., 416 Williams, Robert W.. 383 Williams, Rosetta, 339 Williams, Roy M., 383 Williams, Sue C., 383 Williams, Taylor R.. 383 Williams, Terry C., 383 Williams, W. Dan, 416 Williams, Wanda F., 224, 383 Williams, Willlleen, 224, 339 Williamson , Williamson, Williamson Williamson Williamson, Williamson, Williamson, Williamson Carolyn, 189, 360 Claudine M., 172, 383 Iackie D.. 215 Iohnnie R., 383 Lance C., 416 Mary I., 183, 416 Michael H., 339 William F. 360 Wmis, Carroll D., 359 i Wong, Lee Y., 384 Wood, Barbara F.. 191, 416 Wood, Bobby I., 360 Wood, Bobby M., 384 Wood, Caroline. 195 Wood, Charles E., 416 Wood, Charles H.. 416 Wood, Ernestine. 177, 340 Wood. Karen, 416 Wood, Louis G., 178, 203, 360 Wood, Robert A., 340 Wood, Willa M., 384 Woodard, Bobby L.. 340 Woodard. George W.. 416 Woods, Woods, Charlie G., 201 Iulian R., 340 Woody, Dwain F., 217, 384 Woody, Glenn D.. 384 Woody, Terry I., 187 Woolam, Gerald L., 360 Willis, Gene R., 211, 416 Willis, Helen I., 193, 339 Willis, Iames E., 211 Wooley, Royce L., 360 Woolf, Aubrey G., 416 Woolfe, Marsha, 183 Page 449 Z I I M Woolley, Robert E., 384 Wooten, Velna C., 340 Word, Thomas B., 359 Workman, Ierald N., 416 Workman, William H., 275 Worley, Iimmy O., 340 Worley, Patricia A., 197, 384 Worrall, Thomas C., 416 Worsham, Borden W., 219, 360 Worstell, Mary I., 181, 340 Worstell, Thomas M., 416 Wortham, Claude H., 384 Worthington, Frank F., 416 Wossum, David O., 259 Wossum, Ronald D., 416 Wossum, Wanda E., 360 Wren, Carl I., 49, 74, 341 Wright, Billy I., 340 Wright, Billy Iack, 224 Wright, Charles C., Ir., 207, 384 Wright, Clyde D., 340 Wright, Gordon W., 360 Wright Harold D., 340 Wright, Iacob I., 384 Wright, Iimmy C., 360 Wright, Iohn T., 340 Wright, hdary I,177,199,360 Wright, Paul E., 416 Page 450 Wright, Phylliss M., 360 Wright, Robert M., 384 Wristen, William B., 416 Wulfjen, Charles W., Ill, 417 Wyatt, Letha B., 340 Wyatt, Neil M., 201, 340 Wygal, Bennie R., 340 Wygal, Glenda I., 340 Wynes, Martha I., 189, 384 Wynn, Carolyn L., 181, 360 Wynn, Dale H., 205 Wynn, Loma I., 340 Y Yaggy, Iean M., 360 Yarborough, Dorman C., 417 Yarbrough, Burney G., 384 Yates, Karma A., 417 Yeargain, George W., 340 Yearout, Sandra I., 417 Yeary, Amber M., 211, 384 Yeary, Iames D., 360 Yeary, Robert I., 340 Yelverton, Harold C., 417 Yontz, Caryl A., 195, 417 York, Henry W., 384 York, Mike L., 384 York, Warren A., 341 Yost, Ianet K., 417 Young, Beverly S., 341 Young, Carolyn Io, 199, 360, 384 Young, Dorothy Iean, 417 Young, Frank D., 417 Young, Iack Garner, 211, 341 Young, Iames O., 360 Young, Ioe C., 417 Young, Louis B., 384 Young, Owen D., 167, 169, 360 Young, Patricia G., 185, 360 Young, Robert A., 384 Youngblood, William C., 417 Zachary, Dennis F., 417 Zander, Milton H., 360 Zangas, Iohn, 341 Zeeck, Charles E., 384 Zeigler, Brooks M., Ir., 259, 341 Zeigler, William H., 417 Zetzsche, Iames B., 417 Zimmerman, Donald L., 211, 384 Zimmerman, Linda I., 191, 417 Zimmerman, Paula B., 417 Zournas, Iohnanna, 195 M Memodam Adolph John Neslcy Charles Edward Miskell Charles Miller Anne Achlerburg Miller Gussie Lee Teague, Facully Page 45l Pa.s'o Por Aqui The 1958 LA VENTANA has passed here and left itfs mark. 'For their help in making this volume possible, the staff wishes to thank the West Texas Museum and the Southwest Collection for advice and, historical data. The staff further wishes to express its appreciation to the Texas Tech Public lnforrriation Office, The Toreador, those members of the Student Council who helped in locating and scheduling hard-to-find Techsans, and to Amana Piestengel. ADIOS . . . El Sfaff de La Ven+ana i l l F 1 lr 4, 4 ak w X


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