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

 - Class of 1989

Page 61 of 528

 

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iEW UBBOCK VINERY fexas has become a growing itributor to the wine indus- On Oct. 15, 1988, a new lery called Teysha Cellars :ned in the Lubbock area. rhe name comes from the lian word " tejas, " meaning ;nd. " Tejas " also is the word m which " Texas " originates. The winery is located 5 1/2 miles south of Lubbock on U.S. 87, called the Tahoka Highway, and a half-mile east on Wood- row Road. The grand opening was at- tended by the mayor of Wood- row, the winery ' s board of direc- tors and the public. Wine tast- ing was offered so the visitors could get a taste of the new Lubbock wine. The winery receives its grapes from surrounding vine- yards, and the wine is produced by state-of-the-art fermenting tanks. It is open six days a week, and tours are conducted. Tey- sha Cellars joins the Llano Es- tacado and Pheasant Ridge wineries in the Lubbock area. NO MORE 7:30 CLASSES Some people say all good things must end, but 7:30 a.m. classes were one thing that many Texas Tech students didn ' t mind saying goodbye to. Len Ainsworth, associate vice president for academic affairs and research at Tech, said registration for the early morning classes was low and that attendance in those classes was even lower. Ainsworth said the administrative council of associate deans began working on the time change issue during the 1988 summer. He said the change from 7;30 a.m. to 8 a.m. classes was made to accommodate students who drive to campus from the smaller towns around Lubbock. The time change also helped those students with school-age children. The only drawback of the time change was that it created a traffic problem in Lubbock because many Lubbock residents also go to work at 8 a.m. PLAYBOY RETURNS Playboy photographers were back at Texas Tech for their third feature of " Girls of the Southwest Conference. " Returning photographers David Chan and David Mecey photographed many girls in search of the perfect models for the spread. The girls were paid around $500 to pose nude and semi- nude. According to Playboy magazine, photographers ran into problems in other parts of the country. In the East, where many uni- versities are private institu- tions, some schools told Play- boy to leave, and some papers refused to run their ads. The photographers were im- pressed with the openness of the girls in the Southwest Confer- ence and especially with Tech girls. Playboy said. Tech student Dawn Rudkins autographs her picture that appeared in Playboy magazine. (Photo by Ian Halperin) News Magazine — 57

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