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

 - Class of 1985

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;=z Being a lamliiian is ail about Stril iing oil Alan Andrews . hat is a stii- TJ dent land- man, a n y - way? " A student landman is a member of the Texas Tech student chapter of the American Associa- tion of Petroleum Land- men. A petroleum land- man ' s work concerns the acquisition and mainte- nance of oil, gas and miner- al leases, explained Tech chapter sponsor Jack Monda. Monda said the associa- tion has about 35 active members. The group spon- sors professional oil and gas landmen as speakers at Penny Cogdell mans a disp lay table set up in the UC. Lisa Claborn listens to a speaker and takes notes at a meeting. its meetings: it also spon- sors field trips such as visits to oil rigs and conventions of the professional chapters of the Landman Associa- tion. " We attend the meetings of the Midland-Permian Basin Association every chance we get, and we al- ways try to make it down there more than once a se- mester, " " Monda said. In addition, several members plan to attend the national convention of the American Association in Dallas in June. Student members are eligible for the AAPL ' s pro- fessional chapters upon graduation. They also are eligible for scholarships sponsored annually through the professional association, Monda said. Cody Claborn Lisa Ciabom Penny Cogdell Kyle Farmer Stanley Horton Kirk Lair He described the group as both a social group and a task-oriented organization. " We have a very responsi- ble membership, " Monda said. " Our group can get things done. " Funds for the group " s activities are raised through the group ' s sponsorship of an annual golf tournament. Officers for the group are elected each semester. Fall officers for 1984 were Cur- tis Smith, president; John Hanry, vice president; Alli- son Lutringer, secretary; and Penny Cogdell, trea- surer. Spring officers were Cogdell, president; Lisa Clayborn, vice president; and Craig Fyock, sec- retary-treasurer. — Sarah Luman Andrew Rector Curtis Smith Mark Maniacal Student Landman Association — 299

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After budget cuts, rifle team almost Shot Down I f you ' re in- terested in getting in on the ground fl oor of a competitive organization, the Double T Rifle Team may be for you — next year. " Up until a couple weeks ago, the members that were left thought the rifle team just was no more. ' " ex- plained Brian Reddy. trea- surer. " When the ROTC pulled out, the rifle team was hit really hard. " Once affiliated with the joint Army and Air Force ROTC programs at Tech, the rifle team enjoyed spon- sorship and provision of weapons and equipment from the ROTC. Then the budget cuts began. " The rifle team was the first to go, " Reddy said. Jay Lalham Brian Reddy So the team members be- gan assembling, piece by piece, their own rifles and equipment. Then, after the ROTC sponsorship ended, mem- bers of the team believed the organization also had ceased to exist. Reddy said equipment destined for the team wound up at the Stu- dent Recreation Center. " Right now we ' re having a really hard time raising money, " he said. " The way to raise money for a rifle team is to have tourna- ments. Without a range, you can ' t do that. " Texas Tech owns no operable rifle range, and the university ' s long-range planning outlook doesn ' t allow for the construction of a range facility. Reddy said a rifle range at Reese Air Force Base is too far away for the team ' s use. " The range we are using now and will be using in the future is the Marine Corps Reserve range facility. We have some problems with scheduling out there, " he said, " but we expect to be able to work around that. " The group is looking for new members to augment its corps of 1 1 veteran marksmen (and women). No involvement with ROTC is required. Officers were Patty Byars, president, Jay Lathum, vice president; and Reddy, treasurer. — Sarah Luman Practices were few after the team was cut off from the ROTC pro- gram. Equipment became scarce, and the rifle range was inoperable. Kevin Brinktev % i ' Kevin Bnnkley 298 — Double T Rifle Team



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300 — Greeks

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