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

 - Class of 1968

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Linda T. Bond Jean Fannin Anita P. Gavin Victoria U. Hughes Ann E. Moreshead Katie O ' Neill Krista L. Stocltard Cheryl L. Tarver Vy Townsend Marilyn Trammel! Rita C. Williams THETA SIGMA PHI Flair for Writing Women with something to say and the ability to say it are members of Theta Sigma Phi, professional fra- ternity for women in journalism. The Tech chapter of Theta Sigma Phi is composed of 15 coeds who are majoring or minoring in journalism and represent all phases of journal- istic work. All members set their sights on a future career in journal- ism. The highlight of the fall semester is the Tech Most Handsome Man Contest, sponsored by Theta Sigma Phi. This year Ralph Rogers, pre-med junior from San Antonio, was voted most handsome at the Club Scarlet Ba- varian Beer Garden. The announce- ment climaxed an all school sponsored event by Theta Sigma Phi. The Best Dressed Coed Contest, sponsored by the fraternity, is an- nually held in April. Sherron Schmidt, Lubbock freshman, was chosen as 1967-68 best dressed coed. The con- testants were judged on their modeling ability in casual, school and cocktail ensemble categories. Runners-up were Madelaine Pearce, Dallas junior, and Cameo Jones, Ft. Worth freshman. April is the fraternity ' s founding month and is celebrated annually with the Matrix Table Banquet. This year ' s guest speaker was Barbara Walker, author of several popular children ' s books. Her husband is Dr. Warren Walker, professor of English at Tech. Attending the function were members of both the student and professional chapter of Theta Sigma Phi. The climax of the celebration banquet was the selection of Katie O ' Neill, senior from El Paso as Out- standing Journalist of the Year, chosen from graduating seniors in journalism. Miss O ' Neill has served on the Uni- versity Daily as copy editor, assistant fine arts editor, editorial assistant, and news editor. ,fi Cheryl Tarver and Sharron Wiederhold talk Mike Watts into buying a red balloon for " All I See Is Red Day. " 8 Tyme



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i Discussing a topic on the Lay Acadenny are: Tom Burtis, Steve Teal, George Giffin, Walker Lane, Nora Lane, Joe Reeder, and Sue Ragle. WESLEY FOUNDATION Well-Rounded Program Studies have been made to find meaning in life through science, art, and religion. The religious aspect of this type of study has been greatly followed by the Wesley Foundation on the Tech campus. This is done through forums and the Lay Academy. The forums, held on Wednesday nights, are organized with a speaker, usually a professor or a graduate stu- dent, followed by a discussion session. The preferred topics are controversial items such as the hippie, the playboy philosophy, and Negro history. The Lay Academy was divided into seven groups this year, having meetings regularly scheduled for Mon- day, Tuesday, and Thursday nights. One group is designed especially for freshmen. The program consists of orientation, general outlook, and liv- ing in Twentieth century. Other groups of the division study aspects of education, the church ' s role in the secular world, ecumenical future, future ethics for revolutionary times, various histories, and Bible in- terpretation. The goal of the program is to improve one ' s living quotient. Through the study, the participants are attempt- ing to answer questions about their lives: Where is his part? What does he do about it? What kind of a per- son is he in relation to others? Groups are kept small to encourage frank dis- cussion. In addition to these programs, there was the Perkins Lecture Series, consisting of four professors from SMU, two speakers each semester. Also, there were worship services on Tuesday morning. Sunday ' s agenda included lectures, discussions, films, and dinner. Entertainment such as hootenan- nies and parties were another form of fellowship offered at the Wesley Foundation. The Wesley group kept busy planning programs and activities which would enrich the lives of mem- bers and visitors. Members of the Wesley Foundation at a Wednesday night forum are: Rev. Gene Sarley, Hugh Hays, Julie Lindqulst, Shirley McAlister, Joe Hilbun, Mrs. Faye Matthews, Dr. Cecil Matthews, David Sanders, Tom Nagle, Laura Wheeler, Bonnie Baker. Seated: Sue Walker, Linda Lutgens. Kneeling: Wesley Wallace. Allen Kenley, and Joe Reeder. 10 Tyme

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