Tyler Junior College - Apache Yearbook (Tyler, TX)

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F., 7' "Z-' . - -' w i" -"aft: ff'-'-..,.-4 q 'lfpfltljify ' '. f'1""-is ,f.-- .IA 3 A ' , ,, , ' ff ,N H ' '.1'1, X ' -.Q A " ': 3- -' -- A." , I, f , tj 5 '- .X ' "" , -- I-. -f ' ' 1- 'f f , X 'f"1f"'. r - A-1 va. --,,- THE I 968 APACHE Tgler Junior College Tgler, Texas -V FIGHT SONG Sons of Black and Gold Will you let the foe Take from us the victory? Hear our warriors chorus, Sweep that line before us Carry on to victory. Onward, onward- Charge against the foe. Forward, forward- Apache banners go. Sons of Mars and Thunder Rip that line asunder Carry on to victory ALMA MATER All Apaches, men and maidens Raise your voices high Till the echoes heavy laden Swell up to the sky! On to Honor! On to Glory! On to victory! Hail to the Alma Mater Hail to T-J-C The 1967-68 college year is now in the past, but memories of it will continue to liveg and as the years go by, your days at TJC will grow more precious. We, the Apache staff, sincerely hope that this book will make your recollec- tions even more golden when you look back upon the spirit of this wonderful year captured in words and Debbie Dyess Editor 1':.:::'7 45 Q ,px Peppi Clemens jill Kallerson Linda Kelsey M Apuchel , l 17 1 4' ei' 7 'f , Debbie Dyess -fggw J Adm.-Faculty .. ff--.. ..., V Campus Life .......... .. If UN F, N 'CN ,,, f riff' Bobby Brewer Raymond Wllfd aux, Personalities and Beauties . . . Organizations ............ Band and Belles . . . Athletics ...... Sophomores . . . Freshmen ..... Advertisements .. ,qw Charles Scovern D Al Smith P 55 'Qhvx v 115 A .ggi Carole Linck Kathy McKnight Editor .......... Arriittzrzt Editor . . . Bztrirzers Manager' . Photographers . . . Faculty Editor .... Clary Sectiorzr Sophomore Class Ererbmtzrz Clary Sports Editor ..... General Arrirtarztr Yearbook .. .... .. Debbie Dyess ..... jay Cooke Kathy McKnight Al Smith Ronnie Heflin . . Jill Kallerson . . . . Linda Kelsey .. Carole Linck Richard Coleman . Ronnie Ashby Dick Baldwin Bobby Brewer Judy Brewer Gail Cadotte Peppi Clemens Kirk Everest Gene Gilboe Paul Maxwell janet Mitchell Nancy Norris Charles Scovern Raymond Ward Sponsor .... Mr. Burton Hermann wwf S,...,.: 'f'1, ffx, , I Paul Maxwell Gene Gilboe TW, 3? 4". 'Z . ...x Gail Cadotte lbfgx I To janet Mitchell X -- r 4 a Dickie Baldwin fl.. I' RAINMIVK '5'O'l'LtER-XVitl1 the spire standing out against the slqf, Ramey Tower is one of TjC's spots of tradition. Each time the tribe wins a football or bnskeiluil cunyst, the usual white lights that fill the tower turn to Z1 bright gold Followin a cl f t h l' h do t ' Y t . g een, t e rg ts are extinguished. judge Thomas Ramey na eo hae .ower to the college in 1956. -1 t I 'y 1 j J ' ., X.-it-,s ifjUj'!qw'5:-.sl A ' at U1,f'Q': -- I I 5 'F 5 i f I l , a 1 Q S 5 f I 7' i 5 it a f l T ' 2 ii A ! F ', 1 I 1 .Wu , In appreciation for your spiritual guidance and devotion to TIC, we dedicate the 1968 Apache to you . . . Norman Ferguson STATELY COLUMNS-These col- umns which mark the entrance to jenkins Hall have become a land- -Mfirawm mark to all TIC students. , I' Hsin' I ""'- im, -I-F-SW'-F . -Y Apache Lund WISE AUDITORIUM-FINE ARTS BUILDING- This building, partially financed by Watson Wise, former president of the board of trustees, houses the auditorium and special facilities for the music program. Q. . e ,X -. 1 . IN. .A . M, -. 4 i -, ,L ,E . hh N .I . . S W. '-.4 e., x s x s' , . ,' .- it A ' ' 5 . i P iii at it 'l-' fi 1"xl" I if 1 5 ff- if E 'Qs fr, + Ill llf -Q i fi'-' '.. N. , , :Ja sf lil ? i 'H f 1 f- t .iii wi .Fin s 5 ' .52 2155215 c i an l I I fl I I :TTT "ffl "WT-es " A ' -w'L'.,' . 5-":,"i.f'? A. . -5 Q , . . , ' ,' . -- U-. -.rn .'L,, 'vw --.-Q.- ,-A i ,- 4 A 2 - I l I I E' fu Q M"g'v , "' z ' xg- ' . az ag.. G ,i iii L xg "W ' ' 9- 'im I ,A 0. . E. jenkins. It houses all the JENKINS HALL-In the spring of 1966, this building was dedicated and renamed for President H business classes, the library, various special rooms, and many of the academic classrooms. This was the first building on the campus. rx? -., -W b Q. ,A ,v Y , A "', i X' l 1 A H V .-o-4ulvW'f " " A ., if 4 r f ff .'.'+,.,,...,-i-",,ff'- . r ,-"' df,.gMn5,,,5L:. , Q LW Q . , 1" 'L 9" 73.1 3 ' 1 i "f:,l.,-'7m.,4?'!3+5g1g, A . , , o f fl, 155' xx 'Z ,I 'lllfvg il ' .,p,gi,,-- V, - , -Q 11? ,Aw H. I' 1, .. "fl,-, bv .:',',ges,,ii ':f,,L fi 3...g?,' A .ffj fp.evw... Q sag, whf,-H' f .W wa 4, M ,, ,S f-as -,QQ-.3-,, .Q , ,5 ,, . 5 ,J'3a- f" f fr 'i"',?f-'.i2'gifL?.?x4m1v:'f F11 . iw-..Q a s '-iffms-"+l' .m f .'fl"f- if ' 1 ,. 'id . . 1 ft 1zgQw'f't .f . f -XY?-fy 1,,gfl ,' .f-3-if 1Jf,a,,f.."j' , A - sf' ' ff 33? "ss 'fi av . l5'3,A.i,f 'fl ,,f'sN6Qh 1- . , . , K -vxwaf' 'a ,,4,v 5K1, 't', -412 . X, ,s2QQL5:sa, uf'-,AAU .. Lapse:-...Q ' ACADEMIC BUILDING-This modern building, completed in 1963, contains classrooms, offices, laboratories, and other special features. O X APACHE GYM- This modern fully- equipped gymnasium is the scene of all home games for the Apache basketball team and for men's physical education classes. V79 I ' 1 2 P v f:,lv.f " .. "rg 4 V ,, ' ii i'1?'9'1?'4" Qi, ,-ff' .- '3-af., ' 'if .ui Qu., ' ' ,I K I xxx v J .F ' gi f' if ,ff ' . to n ,f :X .gy if '.::s-arm . 1 -,I 5. H., , . "',.xt HUDNALL PLANETARIUM This is one of the m o s t outstanding buildings on the cam- pus. It offers daily shows to T. C. stu- dents and the general public. 4 Us TECHNOLOGY .' AV 1 qi BUILDING-This , 5.-iQf1'f,g, I . ,gfgfi 1 , ew building, located on 'wily the west side of the campus, was finished just in time for the bi 1966 fall semester. It contains all the tech- ' nology classes in ad- , ' dition to others like " the electronic data pro- cessing department. -2 -. a' ,gi Q azz N . ., , . . .f ex a ," ,if ,Q l Q X .,N.4 gl 1' f ,r ft NUDE!!! C 'lr-. ENTER , . X" fl f ci ll H13 . ,,, M gf' -' Q TEE PEE-The cen- ter of extracurricular life on campus, the Tee Pee has also been enlarged and modern- ized. Every student at TJC has spent many hours of relax- ation in here. 'fr The STUDENT CEN- TER, completed in time for the 1967 fall semester, is the most modern building on campus. Students may either study or visit with friends in this extravagantly furn- ished building. Az. 1 55: .T 14 Q ::-.:"... ,ff s 1 E Agif T . ,,:.4.L3'3158 ...... - M---fr "flT.':IQM' M M- M" """ V i i J ' 'N - -Q... . t llll if mi t 'rf A llll 5 l -fi ' I, Q 1- ' ' 7.4 Q," a w ' - N: '- nw ix Q 5 . ij. "..'L ' fi'-.5f.1 ifl i ", " ,.y,,.,,3 AL. J, . . 1 ii , '.'1'-fl: w:' 1' E , ' , '- 'f L - 4 Q L. -,giant GENTRY GYM- Won1en's physical ed- ucation students use this gymnasium for in- door sports. It is the practice home of the Apache Belles and is used for various pro- grams and events throughout the year. JIM VAUGHN First Vice President IRA HILDEBRAND Second Vice President ,1 Q: ffm.. ,f f 4, , "1,7:y, nw M . 'nw 'K' f 4. f. '51 f,al'.-:fin-, ' EARL C. ANDREWS CECIL BAGWELL HQMER E. EIKNER HARRY LOFTIS D I 'K f' A, 'd'c fa 4 ,Q s ' gg :Q . "UE"--'vi ' f0s.,,"X J X if FORGE W. PIRTLE HUBERT TUNNELL WATSON WISE B. D. WHITE I2 It in . X Nr ' r Mr---- 4 ' V V yay. PRESIDENT Dr. H. E. Jenkins BS., Kansas State Teachers Collcgcg MA.. University of Missourr Ph.D., University of Texas ff:--ia-i f"N ff 'If'-M.. 1 VICE-PRESIDENT Dr. E. M. Potter HA., MA., University of Texasg LL.D., East Texas Baptist College I ,, ,wifi 4 'Qzrsf 15' an: af' 45 , 4 ,If 'rv Af' f ,af frm , V ,,., , 4353 if I .-4-H xi ' ,,f. 4 ' ff? 'fffi iii iffzilfgili , . , - u ' " - '- ' n ' ' x5.......... -fw "N ,rmw VICE-PRESIDENT Richard H. Barrett B.B.A., East Texas Stateg M.B.A., Texas ARM University . Administrative Assistant to the President AVA LEA GENTRY --: 'A 4' M 15 1.543 VL, . f-.' ',vyMm. .- zu. , -.1-ti-mi . . 1 x 3 -if'Zi5gV5, -W J mx ft I 'liar x yi' PQ' , ' ,P 4' , Q- ...,.,.,,,, -V' . , I ff! 6 Z4 HA. , '+C' 1 Dean of Instruction and Dean of Evening College I. L. FRIEDMAN B.S., East Texas State XZ' 5,2 Z Dean of Women EVA SAUNDERS BA., Baylor University M.A., University of Texas Dean of Men and Student Activities EDWIN FOWLER B.S., Baylor University M.A., East Texas State Q Wig 'Un Associate Dean of the Evening College and Director of Distributive Education IEDXYXIN S. BROGDON BBA., M.B.A., East Tens State Registrar KENNETH LEWIS B.S., Texas A8cM M.S., East Texas State ,gl yt?" ,V 6 .1 of ,fa ' -wi, Q' 'wig .4 2 Ha ,JA f,7.,,5' ,, . ,5 . .4 ,,Vf,v,1 .I . 14' ijt . -p ,ff ,fair -ef , MQ! 0' 0,52 f , ' 'Y f .Ari Q """'wdjt ,QQ f 'fr 'K' ..,.,- , , ' z'1f,:f , -' 5 :ffm Office Personnel :. llll f V X i 1,,.f ,J ,Vi XL Q td fi I MAXINE ROBINSON- 8 PATSY LEWIS- Secretary to the Academic Vice President Secretary to the Fiscal Vice President LOUGENE XVILSON-Secretary to the President X7 gn NINA SUE THORNDIKE- Secretary to the Registrar MARY KATHLYN NEILI. Assistant to the Registrar ,gl- Mrs LORAINE MYRACLE- Secretary to the Deans Office Personnel , ' -if K sf" . EMMA LOU PRATER-Bookkeeper N' v u I v 0 oss! , s'X'.'.:j."I 'SQ N' . g",y. .'Qu ql'i' Sw Q f ylrzx lo'x'V alla' lg ':' .C CAROLYN WEIR- MARY LYNN WELLS- Sccretary to the Counselors Secretary to the Registrar 'VE Office Personnel ,. 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College e' SHARON BOYD B.A., M.A., Mississippi College MARY BURTON B.A., M.A., Sam Houston State LENA EXUM B.A., Mississippi State College for Women M.A., University of New Mexico :Mi nf'- gs.. NL M g X. 'AN BARBARA MCDANIEL B.A., M.A., North Texas State College 'H Qzgq To-eniiiai ELIZABETH BRYARLY Cimirmmz, English Deparlment B.A., Baylor M.A., U.. of Texas Z1 KENNETH HOLDER B.S.E., M.S.E., Henderson State Teachers College . 'VN X 'Luv W WILLIE LEE LANKFORD DEASON HUNT B.A., Texas Women's jozmzalifm Womens Universityg Q B.S., SFA State College M.A., Stephen F. Austin ' LORETTA MCGEI-IEE B.A., Southern Methodist University M.A., East Texas State University JAMES MURRAY B.A., Baylor M.A., University of Texas BLANCHE PREJEAN fozzrfmliwz, Dir. Pzzblirity B.A., Texas Wesleyan College M.A., Stephen F. Austin ol fit M, f ,S .5 ,"",14-K fzx ul Cf? Ti l Q, G fo.. If ,. ' 6' LECTURE TIME--Gladys Wylie soars to great heights of oratory as she delivers words of knowledge and wisdom. LORENE STRICKLAND B.A., M.A., Stephen F. Austin MARY E. WALDROP B.A., M.A., Austin College GLADYS WYLIE B.A., Rice M.A., Stephen F. Austin N ot Pifmred GERTRUDE MCDONALD B.A., North Texas State THOMAS AKINS B.A., Texas A8cM University M.A., SMU WILBUR JENNINGS B.A., M.A., SFA V 'N M if JIM YANCY B.A., M.A., Stephen F Austin I 'A 1 Foreign Languages DR. ANDRES ACOSTA Spanirlo - B.S., M.A., Institute del Pinar Del Rio P.H.D., University of Havana JOANNE CYR French MAHLON SOILEAU B.A., Marshall University Chairman, Foreign Language Department M.A., UniV6rSify Of Texas B.A., M.A., University of Southwestern Louisiana French Language Certificate, University of Paris iiiex, STANLEY CYR German B.A., Nebraska Wesleyan University M.A., University of Texas f " 'xi HOMER J. WALSH German, Spanrrla B.A., Mexico City College . ,.. , 'if'- I 'ir' ' . - V vs , l 'VTv"S. L, 'ly..?kn is s x 'V ft ,figexffl 1: K. J'LU-'YAY COMPRENDE USTED ?-While a student listens intently, Dr. Andres Acosta goes over that "manana" language. AENNETH LEWIS ,,,. , 152 GENE BLAKELY MYRA YORK B.B.A., North Texas Univ. Affiffmzt to the Firm! Vive Prefiderzl Audio-Vimal Aidr Coordinator JM 75 fav' owed!" I' s I 1" c L.-mi FRANK BALDWIN Szzperirzterzderzt of Building! Texas A8cM Universityg M.S., East State Universityg A grirultzzre 1 AVERILLE GREENHAW FRANCES ERIEDMAN f B,S,, Qklahoma State Affzftrzrzt Director of Hzzdrzall I H 0 me makin g Plrzrzetarzzrm i 19' MARIORIE COULTER B.S., Baker University lVor1zerz'J P.E. Varied Positions Round Out Faculty wx, 1 of-1 2 X f WELL! WE ARE APACHES!-Woody Coulter is making a real Indian sharpshooter out of janet Titlow. 25 71 K fz wif f . wg.. Ag... I Physical Sciences v.f::a:'ff if " " 4' 'Y -, .Q 'i ix if JOHN R. OSBORNE Claemiflry, Biology B.A., Baylorg M.Ed., Texas AscM University fav I' - E Z.. , , J,'f "2 ' j "' 437' "' XI . , -A , of - ..a .1i,,.f,,., A. 3' xg s SILVIA BERGGREN JOHN BURKET JOSEPHINE COURSEY Science Lab Iizitrzzclor Geology Biology B.A., M.S., Baylor B.S., M.S., North Texas State 13 aw,,,-.s..-4" WILLIE LEE PALMORE ISSAC SANDERS Biology B.S., North Texas MILTON D. STARK Plvyiicr, Math B.A., Rice M.S., U. of Mississippi ' 4 i fv'1f'X fgif' GEORGL STILES JAMES D. WICKS Iimlf. X g Claeiiliifry BSN Sim gi -iqnmg MA., B.S., M.A., Southwest Texas C.1miO. V' State Geology B.A., Rice M.A., U. of Texas Not Pictured ADRIAN PEDDY B.S., Texas Tech M.S., East Texas State ..,. ,, . ,.,,, ,W , ,, ,f ,, f. ,oe givin? i f I ' fl! 1, JW? i':73,'-,", x , 'Xi 4. f in 1 I 'iv' ,, V ji "li" 4wl,Q J. ci. HENDERSON Clmirnzim, Nizfnml Science Deparlmeizl B.A., Rice M.A., University of California at Berkeley Technology JACK W BETTS YOURE ON THE AIR' Walter Smlth assnsts Floyd Caylor in launching TJCS -ru ' ' I 'K Q 1 , . Q , s . Q "" if ,, " f l lglfhtb r .I 11-X I f if Xxx, ' is-'Q In f OSCAR F. YATES Efeftrofziff, Pbyfirf id?- gig V I . ,,--W. 'af I ' U 6 ITICI ICS nf? , I. 53+- f' F7 'R' fl f gf ' D ' . MABEL WILLIAMS , ,Q ' Chairnmn, Maflaenmtirx Department "A B.A., M.A., University of Texas !'p,x: v :V-rv- .In if a, ' RONALD PATSCHKE "" ' ' B.S., M.Ed., Southwestern Texas State E Teachers College ff' i l 1 m Q 'lim 1 1 + f . -bv' 1 y Z, Yu , V,-4' f 'Z I' x,, , I ' x I . vi' .-in-nng,,-A JAMES HUDSON AB., MS., Kansas Teachers Colleg. 28 MARVIN P. DAVIS GEORGE B. TEFTELLER B.S., M.S., East Texas State University B.S., Lamar State College of Technology M.A., Louisiana State University DAVID DEMIC B.A., Texas Tech M.A., University of Texas I 4' dy mv., JOHN WHEAT Playfirx, Mail: B.S., Stephen F. Austin M.S., University of Mississippi .f"'?'1 y 'Tilt JEFF MARTIN SAMMIE SMYRI. FRED A. WRIGHT, IR- B.S.E., Southern Stateg B.A., East Tex. State U.g B.S., Florida State U.g M.A A.M.U., U. of Tex. M.A., University of Tex. Duke U- N ot Pirmred ETTA SPIVEY B.7l,lj7lL'.l.l', B.S., Mary Wzlshington College MERRILL CANTRELL Electronic Data Proceyfing A.A., Tyler Junior College afi- 'M e 1 t . ,I i 1 X ' A f 'X . :ri , . .., "' , ,,.,.,f Y' as--wwf-'rf' ., wg x V -.Q?x3N4i'se Q- 3. MARY CURLEE Bzuinerr B.S., Missisippi State College for Womeng M.Ed., Mississippi State Univ. ' Wgif ' 07 J I 'K' Business fi? JOHNNY ABBEY yy Bzzrznen' A.A., Tyler Junior College CHARLES BENNETT Bzuifzefr B.S., Southeastern State College, Okla. M.S., Okla. State University P' L A 'far f ff ' f f , f . 4? LOUISE CLINKSCALES Chnirnzmz, Bmizzeyr Depfzrmzent B,B.A., Baylor University M.B.A., East Texas State University JACK POLLARD Arroznztifzg B.B.A., U. of Texas M.B.A., SMU GENE BLAKELY Electronic Dam Proceffing B.B.A., North Texas State University ,J ,asm ,M aaa af Xu! fs?-I 'NL 3 'ww ' G iii RUTH ANN WIETERS DANIEL VON ROSENBERG JOHN SALEH B115ifzeJf,' B.S., Central State Aff0IllIfflZg, Bm. Malby Blf-fifffiff BB-A-, East TCXHS College, Oklag M.S., Okla. B.B.A., University of Sffiffi' UIUV-L M-B-A-3 State U. Texasg M.B.A., Texas N0ffh TCX. Staff? Ufliv. ARM Social Sciences WILEY JENKINS Clmirmnzz of Sofia! Sciences Dept. B.A., U. of Miss. A- 3 Ph.D., U. of Texas f' EILEEN ARNDT Gooernnzefzl B.A,, North Texas M.A., NTSU if-59 .gf .xx ,I ROBERT BALLARD Government, History 7 B.A., Culver-Stockton College L I , J M.S., East Texas State -,QE ' ' f 1" ":' f x ' V ..s ,Z fc.. Q W- STEPHEN BURKET ' Govermnefzt B.A., M.A., Austin College JAMES F. BARNES EC'0lZ07lIil'.f, Gozferfzmefzt B.A., Mississippi College gg M.A., U. of Mississippi 'Q 1 HENRY BURNS A Qfiflllflfl? pq!! 5, Ecozzomiff f cesl .bf YT'f"" BS., M.S., Texas A8cM ggi, ai HSE? 1 ,Y t 6, "'- L, ' In ' ' ' V, ' W ' . A . bfi X X ,Qu 'Q -aah N w Q .. -' v ., " 'f7'i.,'4 . cs A , wa , X x U I t S gig!-A Tig 35 . Y - C Y s . .,, ' l me E' v . , X was 'Y' 1 41" 2.1 Q-nu! 'gnupg RAY BLANKENSHIP FELDER CULLUM REBECCA COLLINS MILFORD COLLINS Sflfifllflftlfml, P.f'1'l'h0!0'Q'l',' B.S., P.fj'Fb0l0'Qj',' B,S., U. of Pfyrlaology, Sofiologyf Hi,ff0f1',' B.A., East Texas Fast Texas Baptist Collegeg Marylandg M.Ed., Ed.D., B.S., M.Ecl., SFA State Baptist: M-A-, Stephen F 30 'xi 'K Stephen F. Austin NTSU College Austin Social Sciences ROBERT N. GLOVER fj Hiflory, Govermrzefzt , B.A., M.A., Stephen F. Austin CECIL GREER . Hirtory, G0116l'l277267Zf B.A., University of Miami M.A., University of Georgia BURTON HERMANN History B.A., M.Ed., Texas A8zM Univ. i V ,.,. I ,-A 4 I I fc- , 1 , ng ss .4 ,. I' K 1 ,.. i f 1 'X-rfxd ll . M .... - K""'9"J! qv! 4' : 1-1f'4, H. F. MILLS iv, Hirlory D 'M B.A., M.A., Rice TOMMY ROBINSON Geogmplay, Hirtory B.A., M.A., University of Oklahoma WAYNE KEITH f l H ivory f J, " 2? B.A., M.A., Baylor . 'j g 1 M.A., Peabody College , , ri' 'F 'P f "P "" s JAMES LEWIS Erorzomiff, Gozferzzmezzt WH' B,S., M.A., North Texas State f,,,,,9,-P' f DAVID LIGON g fi, Hirtory, Gozferzzmefzt B.S., Portland State College M.S., Eastern New Mexico University L 'V' RAYMOND HAWKINS G0l'6l'7Z7l167lf K A k A B.A., University of Texas e e -cglffggv' M-A-, S-F-A Staff College NOW, ABOUT ,MY GRADING sYsTEM-Bob Peters makes a point while discussing the "minor" details of college life. Speech 'iw ,ilteff DR. JEAN BROWNE SAY! THAT'S INTERESTING !-A relaxed Norman Galyon chats with Ken Reisor. LAWRENCE BIRDSONG Speerb, Dnzma B.A., Baylor M.A., East Texas State NORMAN GALYON Public Speaking B.A., M.A., East Texas State University f s afe! 4'l"'...-Z7' V1- .4 'Be' w 'vm .S PARENCE STRICKLAND eflw BS., MS., East Texas " wtf: University FN. ff' X MARGARET TODD Public' Speaking, Dmmaf B.A., North Texasg M.A., Northwestern University Clmirman, Speech Department B.A., Mount Holyoke College B.A., Carnegie Institute of Technology M.F.A., University of Texas Ph.D., State University of Iowa IT MUST BE NICE !-Clarence Strickland appears to be enjoying life as an instructor. DRU BAIN A.B,, Georgetown College sq-K I CATI-IY COX I ' -' I' - P' BS., M.A., North Texas use ,5 'vu-"' JOSEPH KIRSHBAUM Direftor of Mzfrir Mus.B., Mus.M., Yale University 5501-s lf , I 1 r" 'ff .. ' :Im 5., 'I' A ' QI U J .,.,, li-sal? I 1. Y I 1 E JL, ,Qu ' gi -Nz-iii V , I ' .f GI' ,g V "H 1' 'IQ J" "42z'.:xd" f DAVID I-IANSON RICHARD RIVERS B.A., M.F.A., The University BS., julliard School of Musicg of Minnesota M.A., George Peabody College State College " Music 'U'- " !" I ! Q 'nxt HAPPINESS IS SINGING A SONG!-Choir Director J. W. johnson Diane Ford make such wonderful music. 3U f' I ,f 1 , I K 1 ! K 1' l K 4 I I 1 , If 'l 1 4 1 i l cl l"' 1, ,f C C K f f I I l'4, 1 1 A EVELYN MCMANUS Head Libnzrirnz B.A., Southwestern University M.A., East Texas State University , ai is 1 ,v 1..,.. +- ,. if., l 1 ,.. 7 ' ., f 5 , Z. ' , ' f aa.-.12 14. U94 ' 1' 'f " IVA JENKINS Arrirftzfzf Libnzriizlz 'N Librarians MARGARET ANDERS Arrirtmzl Libmrimz B 'TWV 'Pix , '45-A ifyt fi V , I - 1- EDITH CHILCOTE Arrirtfznt Libmrimz B.A., Southern Methodist University 'QQ'- E' V :B f l SARA FAULK l Lilvmrifzfz IULIA WARREN Iiffffrlllf Lilmzrifizig AB., Willey C0l1egC31x1.S', Ngfth OH! lT'S FUN TO A BOOKNVORM!-Billie Gail Stamps checks out another book fi irolina College of Durham from Assistant Librarian Edith Chilcote. l Counselors .l. MARY WALLACE P l l V 2 rmpwfwf NS- Direrfor of Cozzmelorr B.A., Hardin-Simmons University M.A., University of Texas I Su-A. 1' fa ' WI N REGISTRATION!?l-A dedicated Mary Wallace eases the pain for Randy Ragsdale. 4 HERBERT RICHARDSON B.S., M.Ed., University of Houston ,im V. Q ..,., t LEO RUDD B.A., William Jewell Collegeg M.S1, East Texas State Univ. EUGENE LONG A.B., Wiley College A.M., University of Michigan 'lf qv i, 3 5754? 1.1! r ' L I 'ii TOM TOOKER A.B., University of Wfichitag M.ED., Texas A8cM i T' " r 1 ,-,:Q1KW'2' 5 ' fr i f if K - fix .--gr DON SIKES Director, Cbnrrh of Cbrixt Bibfe Chair B.A., M.A., Eastern New Mexico University Texas Eastern School of Nursing fbi fm 1435 "- 4 N Q E I .KX 'N , BARBARA MALLARD B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University Bible Chairs .V siiirrasl' . 1-1.,1.:+1. f f 1 ,W :f-xi :ff - -:ri . RL S 9""'5" l 5, il' -73' , ij . 'fl will A isa " L NORMAN FERGUSON Director, Baptirt Slmient Unionp B.A., Baylor Univ.g B.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary IS as .1 , 'WL 'T ,f of W S 5' . . 'La , wa' J' , M I 4 Wh' 'v 17' fpaf, if L 'M ,. 3,,L V ei: gy. ,- ,, A - 71. A- LARUE HARDEE Ad7lIilZjJfl'df0I', Texfzr Earlerzz Srhool of NIll'fj7Zg,' B.S., University of Wyoming gsm, CZ? f wr J s MERRY MCBRYDE R.N., B.S., University of Texas gm BOYD BAKER Director, Wesley Foundation B.B.A., B.D., Southern Methodist University Q, a 'Qi ' X 1 ' 5- . .. :gfw ,,A,,, ,..,... . SANDRA SINCLAIR B.S., TCU CAMPUS LIFE 75- i Q K 705559 A p. I a X iw f" F asf 212:54 1 Ag? ,mf E fff 1 l 'Em R. .5 fx 1 +4 X k a 61.3 L, I 1? 53 X " gl ,:3,,5' f51 ' i:55,g,,fwggh,:,,.,3 v f "' "'v'-v- ..4,..P' AW X ' -, WQT?734f3gg fl :wg'fs933! -. 5- .4 f'-'fi' ' X' 6, fb ff 5 X ,Ny -B- FA ,- .-1 Jwwt, ?"'x LAQW mg L, f ,ui sh , 3 f f ,, ww nf' if ' ' 4A an ' ,152 M: 1. M 5 W , WU gy 1 M ws SN Q, Kg, S- ! 6 :I -X A ' - W - M 7 5, I K., S. as 'U' "fu ',"Mx11l:3vL f, ' ff.ffiQ'?:ii5,L, 'wa' ' L' Adolf. " fy-J I' , -Q - 1 ' . xx XX my X '15 U. M52 pf -GA L Cl ,155 n fi l:'i Ir un fx 2. vs' 'in' C 1 5 Q' O O at ff' 'W In BP' ' li- -- --...X ,- N 'A '52 ,wi- ,,,4f l ueen Dianne Davenport I ',.....:.:. ,C .. V. 4, TJC Homecoming - 1967 Tyler Junior College broke records, followed old traditions, and started some new traditions during the 1967 homecoming. The Apache Guard's annual tom-tom marathon last- ed 70 hours, leaving a higher goal to be reached next year. The pep rally and bonfire were held Friday night, November 17. A new tradition began with the start of the float parade. Some ten floats were entered from different organizations on campus. The homecoming finalists were announced at a pep rally on the square. The rugged T'IC-Kilgore gridiron clash brought the 1967 homecoming weekend to a close. The Queen and her Court were announced and presented, the Sing- ing Apaches gave an inspiring program, and the Band and Belles topped the game off with a memo- rable performance. MTX. 'Yi 'J fr LIOMFCOMING FINALISTS-Dianne Davenport, B.S.U.g jan Adamson, T-Association, Cindy Atkinson, Sigma Delta Nug D ni Cmrge Sans Soucig Suzanne Taylor, Texas Eastern School of Nursing. I '-. .-r' X Lx A X Ll Z J NM l Xxx ' ix. A x I" " X S it Xt f x 4 X A' . ,N 5 N T F , X. l 'f 'S - rw t T -st exe -if -V E A xx - ,,-,,,.,,. ' N.,4 W --- . . M X 4 1 ,fazkz Q93 l FIRST PLACE-The BSU, an active organization on the campus of TJC, put forth both time and effort to secure first place in the homecoming float contest. Their entry, Min Dianne, displayed different phases of life. BEAUTY ON BROADWAY-The theme of Tau Kappals float, THE SWEETHEART TREE, earned them second place. Red roses hanging on a green tree accented the soft white heart. Six T-K members serenaded the crowd with their sorority song. ,M v l r-' THEN AND NOXV-The Home Economics Club obtuncd the third place award. Their float, FASHIONS-PAST AND PRESENT dis 'A played dresses dating from the 1800's to 1967. :TT::'fj'K'-WNW -Q , ' - T, ' - ' "5" , v . A ,wer if I 1, N L. n Ni , 3 f f i ' ',g. 7' be l - fl i : L .ff"i4r,l is in Zi, ,. -1 l Q 6 I wail . Q -vt N 1 f . 9111 1' ' ' Y Nigga: si 'if ' . ty , .,., . is . A T, 5,.+25'f" l A " 'fvfffdlllakkleezil W' .......,.t,. on 07 ,. E... 3 -S t f? I Z ag. in ., Bit -l E11 f is eff: is rlsiuiuns IT v Ill l UP, UP, AND AXWAY--Vonnie Brown goes sky high with Apache Spirit. ' l iz W J GLA. 'V' Q' ., -, f IZ. lb, .1 Q - 1. . ajifliifiw ,v A - ii y " :,,1' -if ,Q :H if 1 . it Y 2 e . if ! 4 1 i 4 xx ,.f' M.. 'SQ -Apache Intli.tn Robert Collins i l nitnil lx: l ilwi w 1 take .1 hrcnthcr during 3 COME ON APACHES!! Coach Wagstaff inspires student spirit at the Kilgore pep-rally. I l i i i l i 1 1 l l 2 -J The Classics IV LEAD SINGER-Dennis Yost and the Classic IV perform for an enthusiastic crowd of T.j.C. fans. HELLO FROM T.j.C.-Laura English, Dick Baldwin, and Charlie Taylor are on hand at the airport to greet the Classic IV. The Student Senate in its desire to bring top entertainment to the T.j.C. campus brought the Classic IV this spring. The Classic IV presently had the number 3 song in the nation, "Spooky," This was only one of the many shows which will come to our campus in the future. 43 'W SIR, MAY I PLEASE An Apache Guard active listens to ll pledges pruhlem. ,ws A " ., A A it 1' 1 A We t 7.3 ,' 5 iv' -we H' ' ' "ia, -1 " ffxffi . fri'-' f I ",.'ffT, i -Tm? 4 A.. xv AVI? 1 ' 3? J .. AFTER THIS THEIR HAIRDRESSERS WON'T EVEN KNOW FOR SURE-Sans Souci pledges get a free sham- poo?? from the actives. , Initiation Days K 1 1 TOGETHERNESSU Alpha Deira Chi and Tau Kappa SURE WISH I HAD A LOLLIPOP-Linda Sommerall piuium Qui to kfltbkk' t it Q, it ftllwf bCfiCf- and jen Luck enjoy Tau Kappzfs Baby Doll day. 11 WELL, WHEN IS I-IE COMING? AW GEE, DQ 1 HAVE TA SARAH? ONCE AND FOR ALL, YOU'RE NOT MY PARTNER!! Playtime YOU CLAP WHEN THE DANCE IS OVER, LANNIE!! 45 I1 Q v,-QQ X O ME? Julia' hlffrriwn has just been told that she was selected IS n 1 l,f,.1u11ful vi the SUPITHIIIIYIC glass. .,. .. mm., ,,,,..... .,... .,...,. W Y.-.... ..:.....-,..,............--......,.--....-.........-..-T-- FAQ "TWO-O-O" S5 FOR THE SCHOOL-Your friendly ticket agent is a common sight on the TJC campus. , I N59 4 ' 1 Q t x '?X ,Q it bi. , ei J -ne xt--5 X Q , X""XF'wt it-9' - -'ln .- I ,f' INTO EACH LIFE SOME RAIN MUST FALL-Carol fOttoj Swayze and Bubba jord-an prepare for a flood in the Tee-Pee. . 1 4 -I V-A.. 4..es,ff:,- X ' pf- . , X . , V -'fiiv ef" X -,J A , WHAT FIRE DRILL? Steve Larson catches a few winks of sleep after burning the midnight oil. 47 K , X lf! Z ' 1 4 DANCING DARLINGS OF APACHELAND-Three 3 If ' ' 2 5 is ' , , . , A A M. . . Egg-gg, FQ ,I ff? Belles Vicki Coleman, Sandi Garrett, and Karen Moore exhibit different outfits worn while performing. 'Us Aw ihff i ., . 1, 'WHAT DID THAT ROOSTER DO???-Cindy, Sheryl, and Phyllis sing the "Chicken Song" for ex-Apache Belles. ,lg K TJC Talent R , 'N '72 f" TJC SOUL MAN NUMBER I-Larry Johnson sings true soul the annual all campus Hootenanny. IS IT THE BUGALOO, SKATE, OR THE SHING-A- LING???-Barbara Baker brings the Mexican Hat Dance to XX'ise Auditorium. 49 fb 'fi 'iixvf "af- ,, .y Cry 3: 4 I w ,fn ' .' if 2, f 1 K if! . bwdaxf' Av " ' . 1 9 ,L -i . ' '- El A fiyngvv y . A I I A -4 ,sf ,V , N V J. .J ...... Miz: -v 35 f x L9l 4vAv11 U . ' P' ,- I ', .,g:' zg,., f3m?'1'l"'3m' ""'f"M ' , ,WA F , . -Q Q ww' - .- Q Q .,,,,,.. an ' L "'?+ at Q K Student Senate Officers G A R 'it, CLARK PAT KIMBLE Vit. 1"ff3Sid6f1f President JUDY COLEMAN Secretary we we As Homecoming Court CYNDY ATKINSON SUZANNE TAYLOR DIANNE DAVENPORT Queen DONNA GEORGE JAN ADAMSON J W , ' M 2 rf-- W, ,V-if ' V--4, .,,,p..-.. WZ, -fee:-4 ii iff IZ' HI ill ill Ill Ill iff Ill Ill iil iii E1 Bi! 251 RP! 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E jeff Steve Allen Mike Arkelin Dick Baldwin john Booker Daxrd Buck lim V Perry BUST! Ronnie Cargle Rich Carpenter Ronnie Carpenter Kirk Everest ,- A a-,Q ,., '52 xf aa 'Y A-J' L 4, 5, Q51 ir K ,tg A 'T - I rv xi PJ' T", NC 'Y 1, 1 ,lay XY'est fi x cal' i f -.Q i- v 1 r..-Q-i?5ii, ffiii 1' 5? l x li vw- G.ii'y In Gard ., C: Nicl Ling liek- Biilw Olieefe ' L' li uni.. Xlilfit lplifiic K ' .-Xi: Perm L Z' Sal -'24 vi? Donnie R.1elcliff Sur Richardson Clmrlie Taylor Ronny Tyler llxrvin X'i'.1lters Q ,X 23 i n W f 1' - A 1 2 if 2 " ADX Q???3 AT PLAY-The question in thislcase is identifi- carion of the fall semester pledges on that wonnerful evening- Hell Night. ...al '29 Ronnie Vfalton Jimmy XY'inga1-q Al DT V I5 Q . F H " . T 'Is 0 : ' . 7 i' l Q FRIENDLY MAIDENS .. . Boo Lennox, Gwen Wallace, Jody Allen, Judy Cormier, Kay King, DeLaine Roberts, jane Tunnell, Sylvia Roberson, Kathy Patterson, anet Nall, Sara O'Connor, Jill Thomsen, jackie Untersee, Alice McSpadden, Charlotte Freeman, jane jones, Barbara Sagebiel, Linda Higgrnbotham, Ann Ferguson, Debbie Dyess, Gay Lynn Pettigrew, Carole Linck, Brenda Robertson, Linda Robertson, Susan McDaniels, Linda Rademacher, Lynn Hearne-Sponsor, Mrs. Rebecca Iollins. Tau Kappa Sorority l l y Tau Kappa Sorority, formerly known as To-Kalon, has been on the campus of I TJC since 1927. TK joined the ranks of the Greeks early in the fall semester, but l they still keep the Indian phrase "Friendly Maiden." The sorority is symbolized by the l red rose and its colors of red and white. ' TK is a devoted sisterhood and aims toward a happy medium between civic and social activities. The social aim is the entertainment of its members and fellow students, , and the civic aim is the betterment of Tyler junior College and the city of Tyler. . Tau Kappa proudly works hand-in-hand with Alpha Delta Chi, its brother fraternity, l throughout the year. They sponsor the all-college Christmas dance, a casual dance in spring, bingo parties, and the all-college spring picnic. The organizations are also civic-minded, sponsoring parties at the tuberculosis hospital and helping with the , Crippled Children's and Cancer Drives. 77 Jody Allen Debbie Dyess '- Grdget Beall Ann Ferguson Debby Butler Lynn Hearne A ,i Alma Clark Linda Higgenbotham Mrrti Cox jane jones NA' ur---., '--6-' ,,.-.w, Y' TK OFFICERS-Linda Rademacher, Pledge Mistressg jane jones, Treasurerg Debby Butler, Re porterg Charlotte Freeman, Secretaryg Carole Linck, Chaplaing Gay Pettigrew, Inter-sorority Coun cilg Susan McDaniels, Vice-Presidentg Linda Robertson, Presidentg Brenda Robertson, Student A typical T-IC student? TK pledges Gwen Wallace, Kaaren Overstreet, and Boo Lennox seem to be discussing something very interesting. '95 Nina Maloney -.J ff? Cay Lynn Pcttigrcw Mulcnc Powers Linda R.1dcm.1chcr DcL41inc Rnlncrts Brenda Robertson 0-4 fi 49 A-Q R 'K lb- yw -dnl 17' sf V' -w RYE? .Lx ' ff! " 7 "' asv , qv -YU' 'VQX 5 fh " Prefidenl jf L A' , IOC Tajflfl Joe Martln Vice-Pre.fia'ent Sefremry 11 egg? f '22 'iii' X. F. Ain. in . 'ff 'X' R -'fx .7 ' do ' 1'.qf" X, J I E . ',,',Q:aj1-' gf 111, 1 1, ,Q , ,, r l Q W I 1' had f"'a-Q4 " -' 4 , ' , N01 Piftfzred Z 'v - 1:31, . Alvin Eckert joel Truelove John Hlmmel . jnnmy Holloway I Tfmmrer Pledge Tralner Sergeant At Arms Smdem Smale Rep I ,, ' 1 ' A . : f- A 4 ff -fm. l we -v-U g .e J. a-'Wx 95 , 'l ' n V, e X V E I Q :ff , 2 ui: -. -", 4:4 ,- - Q-v 'f ,'q I fyw . f.,'. 4 I1 ' 1 ,,.1,. IW, Roger Johngton Raymond Tadlock john Lodge Activity Cbgirmgn Cfmplfzizz Ruff: Chfziwmzfz "'4. ', In ,J . 121 ' I Iohnny Holland ies . ,' ' ,a 1 o T J , 2 r ,-1 ' sy ',. x , K I ll fi' f fl. , afa-3-35229 fl :gi N x !"-.j:s5-1A'l:,'- ll W .ll A ll! "ff. dll , f mf 1 ' 4 '12 . - ' K iff: 1 -fa ,Ni 5,- gl FEAR? leg, , lea , L' X. - 1 ,H , . . , --5 V .g4,,g,1::f-'-rxqe 3' -A '- - A , 4 4 - mfg. LA, r '. 1, V' WH 4' ' .i.'Tr,f..,'I 1'5" Q, af ' A V """ 1 ' ' I ' V , 'Q' 743 4 aiiiiig-, f ' La, as ei Q iEAYWNi5fi9k-,.1f 4 ' " if Q 'A'A . -- iii ' , rfzsvu . - A . 4-fi --fill fr 'S'9'f.:? ZZ? f A 'J' 1' f.g,:gq 1L ig, f+"ii-1, J ,,,i.-. , -a,,,,f,,.- ... --' ' ' ' .a,..,,-..x- ,.....a..L.:....f..L.'I...L'.......1 Q11 . in-,H Q ,,A.V A V gmc D-Ula ZQta Phr A u T . ' "T ' 1 r s . if -' 4. A 1 V lf v cF"?'1- 'S ' " . I . A 'Qs 'qv 'Z I ,W 4: V IA i' ' A d u 'tu ,. ,X ,V Q 'yay' A ' ' iffy? .N , t h , , 1 sr, RMA 3 -",f"f'4'is't- ' ff W ' N' ' 8 l 'Q' . ,41- , I, .riff ,,'y,+ E. r If at H fi, fa , i 'K K .ga 1 uw.-A Au ww,-.lL, A ff , 0 - ' ',-M '-- ax' .--HW 2, "1 .. ez' ,,. - , ,, ,, irzgw, :W 5, M., .,.,, .. H.,-.4 . . ,.. .rn - ,. A n.,- To the actives and pledges of Sigma Delta Nu fraternity, fun is work and work is fun, and the combination added to a successful year. Members joined with Zeta Phi Omega sorority to build an entry in the homecoming parade fabovej and earlier in the first semester, Sigma Nu's singing group, Mogen David and the Grapes of Wrath, turned on the audience at the annual all-campus hootenan- ny. And last but certainly not least, Sigma Nu rolled to an impressive intramural football title over an out- classed Baptist Student Union squad. if 361 F , , f if is . l ,1-. Zeta Phi Omega Sorority 4? Q 'ik-,f X if ffl' 'B MEMBERS-Penny Hooper, Chris Wingfield, Kay Causey, Marti Mason, Pat Brady, Cindy Atkinson, Debbie Dew, Pat Mitchell, Susie Large, Betty 1 Godwin, Lana Turner, Cynthia Wilson, Jeannie Musgrove, Cookie Clarizio, jo Ann johnson, Diane Brown, Charlene Brown, Diane Brustein, Peppi Clemens, Nancy Rogers, Diane Morphis, Irene Starkey, Barbara Mohr, Paula Smith, Becky Bridges, Shiela Landerburgh, Pam Moore, Pam Morris, Nancy Gaskill, Johnny Fraley. , f "' ' 1 was 112 UNM., DFFICERS-Pam Morris, Activities Chairman, Penny Hooper, Marshall, Sharon Kay Ross, Historian, Cyndi Atkinson, President, Betty Godwin, Treasurer, Pat Mitchell dent Senate Representative, Cynthia Wilson, Secretary, Chris Wingfield, Vice President. 83 Cindy Atkinson Anita Bolen Pat Brady Becky Bridges Barbara Brin Charlotte Brown Diane Brown Diane Brustein Kay Causey Cookie Clarizio Peppi Clemens Ann Dean Dian Derrikson Debbie Dew johnny Fraley Nanqf Gaskill Betty Godwin Karen Hollbrook Penny Hooper Joanne Iohnson Cookie Knuckley Susie Large Sheila Lanclerburgh Loretta Lindsey Marty Mason Pat Mitchell Trudy Mitchell Barbara Mohr Pam Moore Sally Moore Pam Morris Diane Morphis Nancy Rogers Sharon Kay Ross Donna Slayton Paula Smith Irene Starkey Debbie Thompson Lana Turner Theresa Tyler Cindy Wiedenhoeft Cynthia Wilson Chris Wingfield Pat Worden -V ' iw Wi f f we i N l Y , --- 4 K rl. g ,lf .llyf if lov- J.A QB-'Q Sans Souci Sorority Q s 'v-' xl . in Q A ' if J. ix TZ'-sc in J iii is ,N 0'1- 3 R4 'Nu . 6 MEMBERS-Sue Ann Simpson, Marry Hunter, Linda Williams, Jo Ann Broyles, Marsha Carson, Terry Cunningham, Francis Walker, Babs Sartain, Karen Orlds, Susan Buzze, Melissa Huie, Jan Johnson, Judy Schwertner. Kay Bussey, Becky Watson, Linda Markell, Boo Carter, Janet Fife, Susan Howes, Joyce Scaggs, Julie Morrison, Diane Hnlditch, Jan Hensel, Vonnie Brown, Ann Hensel. 'L ii 'W M o- -9 'E l Q ., .' --f-Sus in lelowcs, Publiciry1 Sue Ann Simpson, Pledge Coordinatorg Judy Williams, Presidentg Judy Schwertner, Pledge Mistressg Ann Hensel, Vice 1.1 Ui. zhzqis, 9a1.ri:.,1ryg Jan Hensel, Treasurer, Presidentg l4 1 i i lo-Lynn Allen Robbie . fn ..., Bledsoe av we Vonnie Brown . yr' L 1' 'VK Y, . 1 ,. ,,,,fV4 an Qigi ff " ,I 'FC L C I . fx .r , 45 f? , 3 ' if X V' NOT ALL PLAY-San Souci members worked on various spirit proiects. Jan Adamson and Judy Williams put the finishing touches on sorority symbols while the homecoming float works its way through downtown Tyler. ' if '-'l""f'+'e-Q"-1 eww' ' -Q-u...,,,,,,-Q li 'x. ' i llllll i AN EEUU Y ,AJ 'ia if 1' l Jo Ann Broyles Kay Bursey Susan Buzze L l 'Q L Marsha Carson Boo Carter Ianet Curry Peggy Dunlap janet 1' .fe l M 5.1 Ll 19.5 lnlui f X 4- 'K av-LS, f xl! X527 U 30 Cab 3, N'-5 Y: TP 'Q"""'? fi -mgau : Ji .l H Donna George Fran Hall Ann I-lenscl Jan Hensel Diane I-lolrlitch f an " 'fr 'P 4 !""'YP A4 as-A,X A A Sharon Holland Sue Kohler Jiidy Schwertner Susan Howes Linda Markell Sue Ann Simpson Melissa Huie Julie Morrison Joyce Skaggs Marty Hunter Karen Orlcls Judy Smith Jan Johnson Babs Sartain Harriet Stupak Qfas ,F Diane Trevathan Becky Watson Kat Wideman Linda Williams Judy Williams Apache Guard - 1968 rap. 4 If 2 5 i , vi' . lr , f 1, 'f'i"f"s twfifmlkiiifiiifl 9 -sivfggvi S 1 4 Kneeling: Bob Macy, Gene Truss, Bill Shanholtz, Donnie Pinkerton. Serand Row: Craig Lauk, Mike johnson, Bobby Lewis, Tommy Moore, Charlie Powell, David Theriot, Doyce Miller, Howard May. Third Row: Tony Paduco, Dennis Smith, Marcus Preston, Wilbur Little, Randy Sitton, Will Bryant, Kim Pesnick, john Arnold, and Steve Martin. 'S X -ia-if NOW FOR THOSE LAST TOUCHES OF MAKEUP! Apache Guard initiations are out of this world. Ask any new member. OFFICERS: Bill Shanholtz, President, Craig Lauk, Sergeant-at-Arms, Donnie Pinkerton, Vice-President, Gene Truss, Sec.-Treasurer, and Bob Macy, Student Senate Representative. 89 57:2 ., ,. 'FN fr- ,N i uf' -ttf john Arnold Calvin Arnold Robert Collins Mike Johnson ski. 'fr--" Wilmer Little Robert Macy Tommy Moore Donald Pinkerton 'R-"' '- NJ' 1,41 Bill Shanholfz Randy Sitton Donald Theriot Ridiafd Finsley 2-ff .v.. 1 --pp Gene Truss johnny Waggener l Wwgqfc Un' AND THEY THOUGHT EGG ROLL WAS A CHINESE OOD!!! Knioorfi Jf' COLLE Ml GORE J-- Q COLLEGE WAVE BYE-BYE!! l l l l l l , ' . er Z 'W 'K 'mf .Sigh .M Fl Q if X 5 4 Q 4 4 ' J ?'. ' U i f l f l 5 ff ' 1 l l The Apache Guard sponsored the annual homecoming bonfire. The flames , i soared skyward lighting the hopes of all for victory. ' FASHIONS FROBI DIOR??? l w .ff-me vw. . G is WORKING HARD??? Linda Kelsey takes a break from selling yearbooks to pose for Ll picture. 6 fl "far ,, L t++++ QQ AP' .. fx !:+4'+,++b+++k.+Q 1968 Apache I .4-'fe' , Y I I 'HD' W ' rgwyar '-'l f qgtyu Q80 his llilli ii 'ri 'af 'nuns-num 4, f", 94105 rw- -1 .M 7, , .,, haf' ff' 'QI 45, new Wwf ' W'M' Ulf 1' 1 fungi ,J-Jzbzb r, A + 45+ 1 f+g':+++++I-Q M '+t'fg+:I"+""" Q' , , +qf'h+ ++++ S544 'Q Zig 'WE et'l'++'++++4 4+ 4 7 I ip' 4 . A ',4++Q++++ - 4 c ' ' '-:.'f+++++f?5!g' ' L u".-f4'+++-14' ' ' 1 f ' , - wwe 4 .X nd-++++q: :L 3 rv 1 . W1 - , in f.,. F ry ,,,. ',,,,..4f-" A 'J 5 3 ' 5' , 4 ,, 5 1, 4 v gr ,fn , ,fx 7 , , 'iw , ,A 4 f a f if r f 'ff fr g,,t.,qf 6 'll' , ,- "3 Q 4054 1 ' ' A fll, fii 'f 3' -Q - ,, " . 5 'f""'-- A H W Ah' Y H 2 g k , .l 'D THEN WE CLOSE OUR EYES AND PRAY!!! Mr. Burton N im I-mg hours checking the annual pages before they were sent 'hmlxing Company, pls' .I 1 APACHE STAFF MEMBERS-janet Mitchell, Carole Linck, Al Smith, I Clemens, Dick Baldwin, Debbie Dyess, Kathy McKnight, Burton Hermann, Spo W 'E ', 'tn' SMILE! DEADLINES AREN'T THE WORST THINGS IN THE WORLD-Carole Linck studies a layout for the Apache. 'On ,,,,..4v' Q. 5 , NK .fo-,, Xxx 'N'Nv.,N , ..,Nx M - ms. 'Ns.,M.-.N X HOW WAS THAT AGAIN?4aaa bbb-Richard Coleman spent Ima. hours on the sports section. ff ff ' A I C: 51,3333 X Wir" A " f ' ,Q K,A. , i - I in 3.54 ' ,fa fs gd. Q s I X A STAFFER'S WORK IS NEVER DONE-Carole Linck x and Debbie Dyess look at pictures for the Aparbe. I f' , I I I -my lg J-f I vu, - , I fb' ' 'QYI xii? , I af" 'Z J I . . i v - 1 'U A L i 51 ' nf, 4 f I I- I' It 1, if qi : , ' . Tx .1 .'-' fs i H" - 3-.... COME A LITTLE CLOSER' IT WON'T HURT! Al "" 1 - Smith beckons a subject closer. fm- 3' "' ww- x . . . AND I PROMISE TO BE A GOOD LITTLE BOY!!! Dickie Baldwin willingly? poses for a snap shot while working on the Apfzrhe. .wmv- If NOW' HOW DO WE PUT IT BACK IN?-Mr. McMeans from Taylor Publishing Company goes over the beauty pages with Debbie Dyess and jill Kallerson. BSU Involves Students Enlisting and involving students in all areas of campus life as they live for Jesus Christ is one of the primary endeavors of BSU. A description of Baptist Student Union is like that of a diamond with many facets. On campus BSU is: -A group of students making 10,000 paper flowers for a float for the Homecoming Parade, -A new acquaintance made on a football field. -A friendship established between a student and his professor at the Top-Prof Banquet. -A group of athletes united in the Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes. QFCAD -A group of students singing of the "good news" at the Campus Beauty Contest. 'QA 'Bn 3' I ALL SMILES-BSU's Miss Dianne Davenport, escorted by jimmy Rex, reveals the friendly smile that aided her in becoming Homecoming Queen. ls... it , m ix N. .L X., Teresa Thompson and Johnny Mahomes exhibit some of e ming Float. i TENSION MOUNTS-Mr. Norman Ferguson and Robbie Albright watch as the BSL' intra- ."hard work" that was needed to prepare the Home- mural football team struggles against Sigma Delta Nu, 95 In Apuchelund and . . . ,, ' in s in .'4, .. , ft ,, ae? .3 at l 'B - t s' ::.. a - , Enjoying entertainment at the Top-Prof Banquet are A crowded truck shows the enthusiasm of campus stu- Professor Boyd Baker, student johnny Holland, and Profes- dents who attended the BSU Halloween Hayride. sors David Ligon and Ray Blankenship. Q fi . ' ,QC-T','.'5 4 'nd , F 5 W ri 49' Y, , 4 -1 4 XYZ iw M --fi if in ,af it ., i " A A it A mighty struggle is portrayed by the BSU football team during an Larry Marcum, President of the FCA, and Alan Byrd enjoy the fellow intramural game. ship provided at a special breakfast gigen at the BSU. Members of the Ambassador Quartet from the BSU -Mike Castleberry, Randy Ray, Ken Nunnelee, and Ben Pegues provide entertainment for the TJC Campus Beauty Contest. 44 . . . in the Community Although involvement in campus life is essential, the BSU also attempts to encourage student participation in community service activities. Such programs as the T.B. Hospital Sunday School, the Spanish Mission, the Sunset Home Devotionals, the jail Services, and the Literacy Program of teaching adults to read not only aids the Tyler district but also manages to offer students a satisfy- ing experience. Becoming familiar with the needs of Tyler and developing special talents such as singing or speaking are only two of the ways in which students profit from involvement in community activities. The ladies at Sunset Home join in the singing of hymns during one of the Wednesday' night devotionals. The BSU Santa Claus chats with a child after making a delivery of toys. Lou Ann Spradlin receives instruction on teaching methods from the head of the Literary Program, Mr. Clayton Dean. is w""' 'tt' t' l' tial il ' ' ' fi i 2 1 l 586 1 9 Individual student witnessing is part of the program presented by the BSU at the Tyler jail every Sunday. ......!f Following the Halloween Party given by some BSU students, Sheila Massey poses with some children at the T.B. Hospital. 97 H 2 1 S 4 5 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Members of the Methodist Student Center council are Gene Pantle, Vice Pres.i Mike Harrisg Glenn Warreng John Fancherg Buddy Browng Ted Hudson, Presid.-ntg Charles Finleyg Deidre Steavensong Kathy Branam, Sec.-Treas.g Boyd V. Baker, Campus Ministerg and Lynne Florey. Not Piflured: Bobby Lamm, Margaret Malarkey, and Francine Retchless. ff BEAUTIFUL BUILDING The Wes- ley Foundation is housed in a lovely build- ing with brilliant stained glass windows in the chapel. The Wesley is located to the west of TIC and is open to all students for worship and study and is an ideal place to meet new friends. 98 ,,,..-.. ,-. ,. .iff f Nz .4 was manager. The Wesley The "Wesley"' sought to participate in all Campus activities including cham- pionship playing with its basketball team: Larry Williams, Willimn Day, Otis Cobb, Foster Ross, Bill Black, Al Brewerton, and Paul Hall. Charles Finley ' X 'w.vwf,5j ?....:., if if alll, V-I ,Q A LW QM: is .. ,vas ,I COFFEE HOUSE: On Friday nights the Wes- ley becomes the "Lantern", Tyler's only Coffee House Open for its third year-featuring local entertainment such as Trenda Korkmas, Wyndi Warren, and Charlie Hartman Al Brewerton and Charles Finley are managers, with Kathy Branam in the kitchen!!! One of our project "Help" programs was the sponsoring of 30 children by 50 students for the Christmas "round- up" party in December-Can you detect Gene Pantle? CThat's Santa Clausllj 99 dent. vias elected by the student body of Texas Eastern School of Nursing Texas Eastern School of Nursing provides a three-year diploma program in profes- sional nursing. Liberal Arts and Science Courses are taught at Tyler Junior College while the nursing courses are at TESN. Clinical facilities are provided by Mother Frances Hospital, Medical Center Hospital, and Tyler-Smith County Health Unit. Affiliation in psychiatric nursing is offered to senior students by Austin State Hospital in Austin, Texas. 5, x augur? ,inte , -'al 1:-si MISS DIANE RETQHLESSI 3 Senior Sm. SOLITUDE IN A DORINI? Although Solitude is im- possible for Glenna Lawler and Scherry Coleman, they TESN is Student Nurse of the Year. somehow find an atmosphere for conducive study. ...il Vx 'F 75? I ' . ' ix sn X 1' p ,uit i's5"1 ' ' 'Wi A ht E1-QNX THE "SHIP OF HOPE," depicting Spirit as Florence Nightingale, Science as a student nurse, and Serviceuas a graduate nurse, was TESN's entry in the annual TJC Homecoming Parade. Riding on the float are Sharon Robinson, Landa Harrison, and Linda Lumpkin. ANNUAL MISS TESN FORMAL DANCE, entitled "Par- is by Night", is the highlight of a two-week battle between freshman, junior. and senior classes. Pictured are Carolyn Alexander, TESN Contest Chairmang Connie White, Fresh- man Candidateg Phyllis Emmons, junior Candidateg and Sandy Partin, Senior Candidate anxiously awaiting the an- nouncement of the winner. MISS TESN-Sandy Partin was crowned by Dr. Donal Steph, who was elected Doctor of the Year by the TESN student body. Connie White, Miss TESN Sandy Partin, Susan Brooks, Runner-up in the 1967 Miss TESN Con- test. and Phyllis Emmons are pictured in an elaborate "Paris by Night" setting. IOI ,. , 2 0 0 I I ' a O , ' we l i if :P i L as ' ml Maisy K X. THE HAMS OF T-IC Ken Reisor, Pat Kimbell, Michail McDowell, Paul Maxwell, Shan Martin, Randy Raines, Susan Winkler, Jan Abernathy, Suzette Rawlings, Charles Scovern, Sharon Parker, joan Chambers, Pat Blair, Deborah Stinson, Sheryl Miller, Lenora Rogers, Delores Adams, Vickie Vittitow, Suzanne Launey, Chris Noble. any sz Vx ps 'F ,..f-. PN doa. 01'-'YCERF1 ful- LAS MASCARAS Randy Raines, Sergeant-at-armsg Ken DEADWQOD DICK emmi Randy Raines Reisor, Presidqnlg Susan Winkler, Vice-President. JS yxgzild Bill Hickok, Jiyhn Wfyods 35 the I02 R l ...J ya -N 1 "4-E V -. "Q 19' A. ' ' -.1 ' - . Wu - - , .,j..Qb'at ia It 'H' A "'f,'-.w i ' 5 " Ajjfq ' THQ , ' V 7. , . 4 , . W' viii" ,Kan "'5'4,z . ,-rx., ,, i v,-553335 ' x,. 2 s. V- . e . ' , , ys ' . ' - A .f ,Gaiam 'iff -- ,1,, Q .LW y. a . C ' J , , ff -.KIRK IX WAITING FOR GODOT by Beckett may be considered as a portrait of mankind in search of God. Two high-classed travelers, who in reality are vagabonds, wait for Godot, who never appears. They would become involved in things but as soon as they were finished would begin searching for something else. Many times the characters would forget the most important incidents which happened to them from day to day. They ignored the fact that even though events would have some effect on their lives, they still must go on living. This first production of theater of the Absurd was a tremendous success. The drama club reassures everyone that more will be seen in the future. USCGTUS lt .1 , 'Ls' so cg' 1--W V fi S13 I lullI'l V Aiiffa-ffl'-41 ..- . Nyf, tllin, and Pat Kimble as the hero. It Gambling, prohibition, and kidnapping were involved in the play a great comedy enjoyed by all. which also featured Pam Moore fat the top.j IO3 fi A 4 7 4 92 .L .. .W - 11- .I ,Y fb... R . Ph' Them KUPPU 2 I S 1 A I ll I ,' f ' q-W-Wy . WWW anus 'ummm M l gm. Kawai :eww CJ' ai 'KJ TIVIE MEMBERS-Bob O'Keefe, Ned Welch, Mark Urbach, David Brack, joe Barrentine, Ronald Alfred, Ronald Jennings, Ray Kent, Glenn Boyd, Randy Collins, l ' -gnu! Alan Byrd, Beverly Spencer, Debbie Dyess, Nancy Norris, Suzette Rawlings, jane Walker, Earlene Pettis, Mary johnson, Sharon Milligan, Dianne Burkett, HH linda Sue Fletcher, Sandra Bohannan, Sheila Waggoner. IO4 -ixildfrl A 242 S' T YQ 1--vi i f" "'f'?""' :1 , , 1:0-A 1 ' Y 2 m, gltemi' 9 ivi 'v' '7n?"353'VM: 41- N fa. sf'i"+M'.i D 1. , , sn K, PHI THETA KAPPA OFFICERS Alan Byrd Randy Collins P 'cl t V' -P 'cl t resl en Mary Johnson Jane Walker me rem en Treasurer Secretary H- ,' V"'l""I' 'H7"'sf -f C , ., f I 5 W mr RANEEPQ Celeste Woodall The spirit of Phi Theta Kappa Honzemmizzg Queen Candidate hw "Z" 1.7. Home Economics Club fl. 1 -.-.1 Q1 Ke. 1 aw' 1,59 xv' gi' . ""--af, V Z A K-...... Franz Row: Neff za figbzj Lois Mnbley, Ann Dean, Susan Howes. Judy Brewer, Sharon Erhart, Anna Martin. Bark Row: Mrs. Greenhaw, Sponsorg Donna Maxwellg Ze-lla Murphyg Genicfc NVhisenhuntg Linda Englunclg Christine Reed. 1 . "'-in-no--I. - With the cn-nperation of all the girls and some outside support we were able to win third place. ,M . ' ff'-I " 4 .1 X -0' M , ' .., . A K ,gn- Ls 'Visliinns-P.i-1 ind Prr-scnr' was the the-me for the Home Eco- iilulv film! ii Flin Hiiinuinning P.1r.1d6. Y Home Economics Club Officers ' fi E . i E f A E Q , E i is 5 Anna Martin, Presiclentg Susan Howes, Secretary. Christine Reed and Linda England worked clay and night on our float. CU' 15 Q E PQ' 2 Q 5 'lt 'Yu T? 'S Q Y N . UQ G S X.- E D G- F-7 E? Ui D3 HE. II E: O E . 3 W FD rv- H 'C N "I "1 1 W fb 'U O P-1 fv- FD I! '-4 C D- '41 U7 v-1 FD 2 P0 4'-1 S A . FD 'O P1 2 EJ S F' 'TJ S 3 N 2? I5 S'- S3 'S D IT1 v-s D' -'32 J-f S? D N ff FD PU f'D E fb an fb D f-r DD 2. 4 Q ...W ..-5 BI-272. Q iQQ,,,j2g ,ga .N ""' " 'fa S '41 t ":.. 2 2 31 U Gill l , fS5Q My, those corners are hard tn turn!!! 4 ft. , I07 l on campus" Friday night. John Woods, sophomore mu- Event: Annual all-campus sic major and Blackman Red- auty contest. 'burn in 'fDeadwood Dick," will Place: Wise Auditorium. present the beauty candidates Time: 8 p.m. and emcee entertainment.. Price? Free to the public. The 26 candidates will make time to answer two questions, frivolous and serious. After the candldate's first appearance, the Apache Belles and the Apache Band combo will entertain to "'Standing on the W- .9 . ,ml ,snuff , ,Ju- Other entertainment will be folk songs by Miss Cindy Har- rison and Lester Axtelg Pam Moore and Pay Brady accompan- ied by Wyndi Warren on the gui- Inspiration Candid: judges Mr ris and M interviews The Pow wow TJC Groups lNiII - Un Nation-Wide 1 01. X1-,111 - NO, 4 lylt-:l JUIIXUI. L,,U1LCg,t:, 1c'Aa-i I vvcuucouay, Uptvuci 1, LUUA 0 IASCD W R . T Gentr G m By wmv coovea fflgimon! ow e e S 0 P Y Y Ninety-nine Apache Belles Antonio E . O 4 ,and A1pachet1Bandsmen wlill leave Leadi p or te na on's capita Fri ay , , N I 0 n 0 I I G S morning for a Texas-style half- gignrrgaf Another All-American honor makeupg Patrick Teeling,editor- ame perforqgance af the Wash' venport. rating and a state sweepstakes ialg Lynna Kay Weaver, sports mgton Reds m'Da las Cowboy the Belle iave been added to the TJC Pow feature- Becausg of Studen' demand proafootban game Scheduled for M155 Be' Wow's list of awards. Second places were awarded' and Sflccebs of pashprograms Sun ily afltgijnoon' .11 b and the The two awards come from to-Joe Gordon, news photogra- Gentry Gymnaslum W111 be Open Tti ' tgamtel W? 1 9 fig gameg Mi .he Associated Collegiate Press phyg headline writingg Terry again to the Student body' Say coils ' 04085 e evls on derson 1 md the Texas Junior College Leonard, editorial, Wilbur Cal- C0'SpOnS9rS Joh? Wheat' head co Chu in d ld 1 ' game ar press Association. ,away Sports feature. of boys intramui als, and Mrs. Be es w on go ame , ha d I T A V Marjorie Coulter, chairman of tI'0US9I'S, iangerlhe W9St9I'D Dress I The An'wgr1ca'n' Hdistmc' ,H T r p ages were gm . n- wnmon'Q nhvcir-Q1 nrinr-atinn shirts with white fI'U'iQ'Q. white Rand un :ive supe. 1 , up wi Pow Wow' we---sa , ,,,,,, uf eat nester ra' ' Eva, wif' lding .s the sect L 6 U - 1 L, Ssmal award. "FDU Accord After Sollegiate Shmsf .5 percent mofla 'all into .F Q, WH SC :ritlcal ai Othel .ri the U1 9 Per' scored 384 Q will sand seve 3. at sary for tt 5 hom TJC P rteret it the ist t- Al College P i ference a Mrs E sity last ?Ct0f Jutgomg 9Ct0I' TJCPA for E' we . ...Cat Nine T . :he convd Egg: :ures b tc P N' f Jn photsogr 011 ing, featu' LW vggbu Enom 1 general I , lM0Il4 ittended a "5 ' .uncheon, z Belle- The nl , '-3.4 x in be Gordon, 1 for A Cooper, s r""' versiti Dukes, Toi IEW 01 oway, and flNAL . elle l U ml e' 1 tfflll' .lt was 4 frhec: 3CiITll!lQ'v'7'- 'I ' i SLU- ..,a....l,,...,. than A ,.1..-.fm-A an ,.....r,-.... utaa.. -..,.....a-,.-.u-..,. -..A ,...-....... .....i-.. --11-..,..-'v,.L,.,.1a.-...A.- 4.-. vr-A.. dnzen A 'fit sem- - Qxigmbion ltthit-tt u ovfy February Friday when about half of the students didn't make it? So do these journalism sophomores. It was a Pow Wow urday Ll',.tLHl:'l'Q --. 1 d.l'l'l., altiltfugtr 'Ll' -E xl ,Y . d d b d - . - ' Donatu V A be dem .Ed HN, approval is grante . ra e wou e reroute to avoid broad fie for many majors, Rose G, mal 5 'KL' Fowler asked senators and just "going down Broadway and business administration, and en- blooms 1, Edwin Fowler, wh- . -l 4 .ten their organizations for a vote of stopping at the square." gineering. for eaeh and student life, enola- Lo'-h support in working with the TJC Twelve senate members at Another CCC proposal would says Mr, ltvrsell and Mrs. Ii. 1 A Hxes Association ln Homecoming tended an executive board meet insure that a student keying his uve dn-gg f-'A tomen, inc fi ' activities. ing following the senate meeting. curriculum to a certain college Belles. for its c - "we have one of the best The meeting jointly correlated catalogue would be allowed to y sl.. legislation. student bodies I can remember individual organizations with the finish under the catalogue "We 9' A 1.1 been anti, i ,ho an my years at Tyler' Junior executive board to 'fget things regardless of whether changes to Show "4 I-f , 'tthat no ow' hom College," he said, "and Icansee I'011in2." according to Head Ras- are made after his choice nf beaut!!4I Inu ycl- 111111 G-Ill! bkllllllldllklllls YYCI-Jo ine pfelullululy dL'L1V1L1C5 U1 Students use Its DI-Otnel-T lected in June to TJC's Board of Trustees, Rhodes a football game consist of pos- Dexedrine-ito keep awake for an asented the new Van district. He had been a widely sibly the pre-game Show. the 1111-night ornnnrning session. n East Texas edu 11 District for 36 y as part of the Va strator, its leader. he Van Star-Repo his: "It was the g a Rhodes, his a tion of purpose, 1 nafnr QQ CllDPY'll'llCGl'ldGflt ofthe V911 iss-4' ai ,gf 3 WZUTIUD HCUVWQSZ the "toss", To answer the contentions ol' told- rs- thing ivid- to an staff ered 5 Lbors of a11.fin Val Ame 1 in the end." .'f'f?wg1ljto1.i,,,,,. fairs hough his term at 1,-5T."H'w--at Q of 1, President H. E. ' nt, his breadth of 1 M535 2,25 e college earned 1 ,vmyf-1-T4.Z". der- a board as well as it it "5iif.fT:.f+- lonn- fhich -Q 'i by ng a he Johnson admin Lssed ig bombing of Nor , Wen tame time, U, S, Ldgrg 1, and this year' ratio Jrt the war effort f5.itY ut this seventh try fall' , government, ant jing volitical fencez It ,ythe tti0I'l from Hanoi, e as halting the bombi "Wil the ely no effect on H: , FSUY het Huntley recal Fi: lg the lunar new 3 War was the resupply id in tonshof argltkllwlltlvll 'HV '-"4t't'4"""-" llttcu Lo: uv yuu ncaa un: a.uu1c111 Luv: ii ct: oyceeil ...V.c....,...i1 I lncetenteUn ' " ' " Or tally invited Nort egom Sadller z1ndhDenniTtipruill gre having the same problem journalism majors have had for 21 consecutive se- 2:19 CIS-W CIC O iiflg El C HWEII' S. U ' we have been rejE""" ""' ' A" ' ' L 1 ' eil Ldlkell Jhl'lS0l'l'S apparent indecisionas Up" -Some pride. 1t'5 a great ine pom rs w hether to bomb or not to bomb vit ' ' Tht on I ' ale witl ich. T y moti' -nder o 'es pos nation to uve in! his a great extremism should be avoided on nation to Sing of! Whether one campus. It should be avoided "'-In rle propos--s nt tions-he lTltAl'c- lutionary ones. suppressed bet' exotic or his h his love is too f Suppression akin to academi lege should fos atmosphere wt pragmatic' and t coalesce. Noin, ing is above givr Chuck Crowl Tyler Junior Murdoch S Dr. Acosfa I certainly Dr, Acosta point ter to the Editor Morphis' statem assume that Cor be expected to n in a country 11 Anyone whok rent events can even in such cc and France, Catholic, the R make big inroac lar elections .... Dr. Acosta 1 first hand expe what happens wh over. Iundersta thing when he fle Cuba. Americal to listen to men BOB MURDO EXECUTIVE THE EAST Tl TURE COUNt TYLER, TEX 9 Bel vp Pt :aunder ist ne' che Be ig Today ider oi 2333135 . Wllli hs on ' eye. ' , 'Z how tc i big p P -num 9, E and Be 1 1 the A ip 1 t l 5 voca e X ' Jicture t 7 the I ' i memt 1 strong 21 y at Ty 5 ce that Belles: year, 1 :ted C1 0 seeir 5 ttmgm ely, F 'mhum el Dale , acring sity of 93C :rd is if tracy 1 'rf'- , ll l 1 1' f X ,Dau ' 'fag' Junior c ' IbSflfl ,4 A Q Q, -, 1, holidays 'Ol - . f . ,, VlCfO ', in v- -M -,WH-n,n-www, g M gg A h ' ' ' ' staff an ro In tne Iuture' inn- A..--J-- .-l....... uv. 1 on linnfl F v-or1rsf-0 odminleh--,Hon rvslif-ict nf the r-0115-ge. J arily of , r Photograipherh joe GEJrdon's camera is likely ernmg Editing, copyreading, and layout-these are the exacting jobs Editors Susan McDaniel, Genene . Q more ami iaf Y an his HCC- Galloway, Beth Patterson, and Ann Ferguson fill. 5 FD. Li, Menuet ruvei a, yu-o-x.,.1, w-wus ww-0f the -f e ---- - Y h ,..., N, ,.,,, ,,,,, .,.....-..,,,, V, ...s .,,Wc.-.,, ,ollegiate md Services Committee, after seeing aerial photos up 4:1 T115 h0m'iIV0g- reven andthe Texas Junior College Press Association. . - - - tt ' ' H 00116 rea y ows-0 lr the last lun In bombing' considers It crlmmal S for that matter-where Phone in news tips and stories to LY rlc 2-6458. Sbomb the nort of Hianhong where most Supplies are life 3...,..,,.iM ,m...,.aQ nf fha .ad F1-our Rauf: Lucille Sharper, Lillie Williams, Donna Hans Sandy Lay, Alice McSpadden, Linda Hulsey, Teresa Thomps Linda Molloy, Lenora Rogers, Kathy Branam, Drulane Hellui Susie Bussa, Cheryl Whisenant, Phyllis Beck, Chris Manni Marylee Dement, Judy Scott, Jo Lynne Walker, Sheila Barb Carolyn Goodwin, Kay Moss. Semnd Roux' Brenda Roberts Mary Leak, Sandra Kolb, Nancy Norris, Diane Ford. Jane Wall Sandra Hamilton, Susan Howes, Patricia Hamilton, Kathli Werner, Johnnie March, Suzanne Launey, Leona Adams, J1 Nunellee, Gladys Golden, Pam Nichols, Carolyn Hobbs, Lil Barron, Susan Waltzer. Third Roux' Mary Loughlin, J: THE DIRECTOR-Mr. J. XV. John- son works very hard to help the sing- ers bring wonderful entertainment to campus and area audiences. The annual Christmas program is an outstanding example of his dedicated direction. ,Li L ei l Apaches nnell, John Woods, Danny Wills, james Ramsey, Billy Smith, nmy McGee, johnny Mahomes, Donald Adair, Gary Davis. n Moore, Pat Brady, Nancy Vfhyte, Pam Carpenter, Marsha Gee, Carol Linck. Barb Roux' Kay Nunellee, Judy Harrington, nthia Harrison, Andy Leewright, Larry Wickham, Leon Dag- t, Harold Woodall, Bill Wfoolitz. jimmy jordan, Bill Har- ton, John Driggers, Sam Dunwoody, Ben Pegues, Lester ell, Judy Callaway, Molly Scott, Pamela Stringer. l l l l I SOLOISTS-John Woods, Pat Brady, Cindy Harrison, Sheryl Wisenant, Mike Castleberry, Diane Ford, DruLaine Hellums, Susie issa, and Phyllis Beck QMiss Tyler of 19681. L.. ,wwf ,,,, A...-..-...,-.--.......-.......,.......- The TJC Student Senate is the governing body on campus. lt brings the student body and administra- tion closer together in its aims. Composed of student body officers, class officers, and representatives from recognized campus organizations, the Senate has worked toward an active campus life for all students by beginning early in fall with a mixer and soc hops after football games. The annual Homecoming activities this year were a great success owing to the spirit and enthusiasm of the Senate. Highlights of the year's Homecoming was a parade through down- town Tyler complete with lovely girls and spectacular floats. SENATE MEMBERS-Charles Scovern, Ted Hudson, jonathan West, john Gary Parker, Bill Simms, Charlie Taylor, jane Tunnell, Brenda Robertson England, Mrs. Greenhaw, Pat Mitchell, Susan Winkler, Gary Clark, Dick l f 2 K Studeni A , , 'WNW,,, .,.- iur- " f s r es aw..- .. 1.1 7 uh--4 ,,., .,,,.,1 M.-11' gf! "wt SFWVYE OFFICERSMG-IVY Clllflfi ViCC4Pff'Sid6l'1f3 Judy Coleman, Secretary, Pat Kimble, President. i l .1 nv.- ...L Q A ,oaifz ef egm .... EVE Dn.Wl.Vl De GNAT ETRlSTS y Di,1irvXl,fflT'l"i'R I 'uv'-f-'-' , t- i. , fin' ., 5 . ' i 4 'A f i, I A , up A P A c H E SP1 ill TAKES A NEW FC 331 -Bringing the Ap cil- .1 .N U! n Byrd, Bob O'Keefe, Ronnie Cargle, Charles Finley, Bill Daily, Bob Macy, tene Galloway, Edna Purcell, Judy Brewer, Pam Morris, Lynn Hearne, Ann isel, Judy Coleman, Pat Kimble. --- IN GYM THEY WOULD CALL IT EXERCISE-The Shing- a-ling, Fundy Broadway, and the Skate enlivened the many dances sponsored by the Student Senate. lf X mf ami V I 'ffl s.- 5-S., I 1 I I 1 T1 l tv.. -,5- -vv-., , 1. 9-4 -1.-:+I tips x58 X- 1 ee---ax. 'H Ute BX V" 'x Vva 1 as Melia i A gf ff' V, ' ' EQ--X M-. s a 'ssfff ' - S v Wyatt-1 fa-My-M Hai. .,.-,+--M - V VVVV' . V I . , - Y C' V Q 4 -. N M .. h, m V .7 ,,. 5 VV X' Z....ia7., t 4, .4 V 4 f , ' l 1 : - N 1 i - 2 ,M , ,, ,,,,.....,,,g..-.-,.-,a-...,. X 5 i 'L i ... X H L., 3 '-v- ,,,,a.r.-aa,-.Mf-f-5'--V ,ww-V . --'- a 1 hm . E 'lhzr ij Vx ,. V NT V Q WN ALL MX' RAN GER ' ki L z.f!,.4"' f I , , - -V ,-"""' ,,k'f,.VV J: . VV V . ' 'X "wrt V -. 1V V 1 V - V V AA . "- Q, V r i I U N I . y f fflfta V V V V L , ri f y f VVVVVVV VV .. V, ,V ls., i I f VVV.?iVQVVV-VVZILAV, ,V ,Z , V V L4-ls I f 5 in on floats was MRS. AVERILLE GREENHAW+As the Sponsor of the Senate, Mrs. Greenhaw devotes fed by the Senate many hours in planning the extra-curricular activities for the enjoyment of TJC students. year. II3 fu frm ' -' -gf , .f'1':f-2' ,xr , ""'-'ww - ... , an -I ' 1, W2i1Qz:ff?Yff3: K-1? , an W ,, , f f' M 'F ws .M .W M 4, ""'f 'Q' 'M M W Q,s'iH,f"'l'C li' 3 ...ii 1' ,. ' , , . ', 1 m Q", "" 9 " ' 4 'f ' 1 . u 3 " W 150 our ww ..m5,gW ' egjjff i A 1 i :U sua 'Wilbur use uw. .,,,4 0 ,M V YF K Q H 415,-rj Mild i a. 0 ' gi 9,5 5,5 " 'U 1 ' an av -Q M- gg -W -,.,,- . -,,4 . , "' 'U' ,nn .f ,I , ,. ""', g .1 ., ,aa-nngun 1uain.....,,V5f ,,,""" """ f' r' 'W 1- ga napa. rulul ,K .Mm i 3.-3 1 m I 1 00- " 'ltr 5 nw. num., gn, ' ,V "' - ' ""' 1 1 ' "' 1 fi':':'f as 'M v , 'cis 'Z' 96- 2 UUWW in ' . af . X FV? I fi ff - ,,. , get 4 ,Loaf 1 N-.1444 I 4 . rf' Ili!! buns PW' 1 l -7 nun 1 WWA 1 ,vf my 4 wuz-'4 'UDV' 4 ji' gl 3' QQOQQ 'S' wwf P211 ps- RODEO CLUB MEMBERS-"Riding Apaches" are Charles Hale, Ronnie Gilbert, Lihhy Craft, Wfilliam Taylor, DeVon Trapp, Dianne Burket, Travis johnson, Ann Dean, Bobby Hood, Ann Harkrirler, XX"infiird Murphy, and Kcrmcth Hcaron, 'O-f-'HUG 34.5 X 5. lk' ,., 5, V, , Q i , OFFICERS-Dianne Burket, 'freasurerg Charles Hale, Presidentg Ann Dean, Secretaryg joel Truelove, Iuwrf 1. all l . . wi as 3x f I if? ' ,, -X , 3 A A-. f 4 Jggty.. X 1 ' x 2, ,x , , yilffy X :QA S ', 1' 'nz'-Y, .4 lv -4 x 1 N . i ,gl I A N fr Q S . , ,, . X 44392 r X A f N . Nr '.-4,111 gy mf.: . xi, Q.: N .' 5 ,F ,Q ,. X 3 h Rx Rx: Q It Sa is 4 K gm -i f 4 A.,-Q ' f, 1 ' Q vlk ' I ,ra -A A . eq .XA s .M I - . vm-M -K ,S :Q -9 f 4 . lr HK X N Vice-President Knot pir- n1.Z:b g Q if ,. q-Q-nn' .. sr:,..,.-1.-vo--nav-1. J an . 5 DOWN YOU GOY! J l Trueloxc tmglcs xxlth 1 ull md Sums t lwc xunnnng the RODEO CILB SXXIEIHI-ART battle in calf mping. COME ON GIRLS CATCH THAT MAN FOR SADIE HAWKINS DAY-Girls from Vaughn Hall run after their bait in the ,goat-sacking con- test. - IIS tw. B .eg Q , QPF :fi .., 2 P ig P iw? 'Nfl , Q 5 f 4. . . y fi 'E r H . Q 7,7 - , , t f11'5,,, ., . , . 'Y . . ' HAPPY LANDING!!! Up, up, and away goes jerry Dominey. R. G.-"Rong Gnugu-for Ronnie Germany. X i X if , x "YOU PULL, I'LL PUSH!! jim Daniels, joe Ford, and Charles Hale demonstrate their abilities in the steer saddling contest. 1 , I gr.: Life in Claridge Hall F l ft 2. f 5 "LETS SEE, FIRST GLUE-No, FIRST CUT, THEN-No" 4 It's always project time, even if you do have trouble re- membering how it's done. PX as ,, BEAUTIES OF TJC After 10:30 every night, it is not difficult to find a party going on somewhere. ,lr 4, ,ga-st. A if 2 'war use SOUTH SIDE GIRLS Nina Maloney, Nancy Halle, Martha Womack, janet Mitchell, Jeanne Dulak, Debbie Boenker, Theresa Land, Gwen Wilcox, Mary Saunders, Debbie Thompson, Diane Brown, Sharon Felts, Connie Goldston, Karen Orlds, joLynn Allen, Cindy Sharp, Kathy Litterst, Marti Cox, Loretta Lindsey, DeeDee Holt, Barbara Easley, Carole Linck, Irene Starkey, Sharon Kay Ross, Cindy Atkinson, Sara Kerr, Betsy Jones, Charlotte Brown, Kay Causey, Vonnie Brown, Janet Currey, Sally Moore, Nancy Gaskill, Charlene Brown, Suzanne Sutherland. II7 ff Y? NORTH SIDE Judy Schwertner, Prissy Hearn, Chris Wingfield, Pam Morris, Donna Baker, Pat Mitchell, Karen Overstreet, Cindy Porter, Anne Wroten- bery, Francis Walker, Robbie Bledsoe, Linda Williams, Penny Hooper, Gwen Wallace, Boo Lennox, Harriet Madison, Harriett Holman, Wyndi Warren, Elaine Siemoneit, Katy Sheehan, Rhonda Boyd, Donna George, Cookie Cook, Fran I-Iall, Dana Montgomery, Kay Bursey, Boo Carter, Diane Morphis, Barbara Mohr, Cookie Knuckley, Jennye Clyce, Susan Waltzer, Diane Ford, Marti Mason, Kathy Dodd, Lyn Hearne, Sarah O'Conner, Candy Adams, Sheryl Miller, Sandy Lay, Dru Hellums, Mary Kathryn Walker, Becky Bridges. YOU RANG? Several of the girls in Claridge own their own phones. It makes things easier when talking to their boy friends. GROUP THERAPY . .. The girls in the dorm always find a way to pass the time. s 4" .,,.........q...m- 5,-:D - 3 , I i "I know a girl, her name is Marti 5- Shes always saying, . "Let's have a party." I . N8 Q , , 'Ri VA ,N . . N .H-..3c'.,5,.-.., --- r -M f - , was .Set 45.16. ., 732' ' f v i -A-Iwzg xA I I " 5, ' ' xgsqfffrfgf. .gin A, A X' i . X Q. S fffdib ADOPTED MOTHERS Mrs. Lula Mae Horton and Mrs. Annette Reid are looked upon by the many girls of Claridge as their mothers away from home. In Charge of Dorm life CHOSEN LEADERS Carole Linck, Secretary-Treasurerg Cookie Cook, Presidentg and Prissy Hearn, Chaplain.-These three girls plan the activities of the dorm. Judy Schwertner, Mary Sanders, Gena Howard, and Pam Morris are Student Senate Representatives from Claridge. rf -1! X .1 iz 1 all l E l .- N s .,- .-...- ..-.f-..,-nf,.-J.. . . ..........-....3..,...-..n...n...-, , ' Tiff E 3 V 5, ' 55 X Q l 3 2 . N -A Rh -me +- ,lair -4 ,llfri F ,lei 4 ' 1 -F Wa a V i H' A - Linda Robertson, Linda England, Candy Mayo, Kathy Anderson, Ann Shoaf, Ann Hensel, jackie Allen, Becky Watson, jan Aber- nathy, Pam Loughlin, Gail Davis, Sharon Erhart, Judy Courmier, Sally Fennelly, Cindy Leak, Diane Derrickson, Patricia Lueb, jo Ann Broyles, Linda Rademacher, Sue Ann Simpson, Marty Hunter, Chris Stewart, Martha Frantzer, Charlotte Freeman, Susan Winkler, Pam Harvey, Kathy Patterson, Jane Tunnell, Gay Lynn Pettigrew, Jan Hensel, Carla Conway, Linda Higginbotham, Chris Manning, janet Nall, jill Thomsen. Vaughn Hall ,wg V 1- aa.-.E i and ' I ff ' Er. -usa.-L.. i I '-.-3' ,,,+f"" .. 'law lu OFFICERS-Pam Harvey, Secretary-Treasurer, Marty Hunter, President, Charlotte Freeman, Vice-Presidentg Chris Manning, Chaplain, Brenda Robertson, Songleader. l l l i l l l 4 l i 5 l I r l l P, i l ll ll , 'l l r l l l S l l l l l l li ll l l I l l l l ,l l 5 l I l l l E l l l 1 I i 4.11 4 tv ,-as HR' 'X ' 's 1'- 45? . " 'vi' P 1 r 1 l r O -- " A 1,3 4 4 O ' . l I ggi ll! "SAY, MOM" . .. Mrs. Ethel Stokes and Mrs. Margaret Anders keep a watchful eye on the girls as their Dorm Mothers. mardi ,A W,:,i-m?,.,.' ,,,,.4.,,... Q-...W .N .. .. , w , , 1 M 1' V , A W , ,... ! my ,A ..,., ,,,, r,r, l,,,,NM,4 A v ON MY HONOR WALTZING MATILDA? GOSH, GEE Wfhenever someone brings a camera into a room, you can be sure of getting varied reactions. rs' 1 .. l2I Debate Society gp ' 1 - . , , e fffsfl' ' l T " S' - il C5 . ,Q S, ' si ' . ' ' 'X it ,..s 1 v xg, :.,,,:,: Q ,G if i I X ii T DEBATE CLUB MEMBERS-Pat Kimble, Debra Stinson, Elaine Siemoneit, and Reagan Mills. l The national collegiate debate topic is Resolved: That the federal government should i mr t ' ' gi. an ee a minimum cash income to all citizens The 19671968 schedul ll f . - e ca s or debates at the following locations: East Texas State' TCU' Ada Oklahoma' Ba lor' 1 a 1 a 1 SFAg Henderson State College CArkadelphia, Arkansasjg Durant, Oklahomag and Commerce fTexas Junior College Speech Association Tournamentj. The officers of the Debate S ' t " - ' ociey are Maxie Courtney, presidentg Randy Sheppard vice president' El ' . , - , aine Siemoneit, secretary-treasurerg and Mr. Clarence Strickland, sponsor. 622 J v E "" Q I ' ' A is . ,H G - v'. 5. . ,cl C . ' .1 M49-X! , Fx ' .- - I 'V I 1' i ,' 2 f A M' V, pw, ' Riff. UNE REUNION CHEZ L'I-IIRONDELLE Members of the French Club are Sponsor Monsieur Mahlon Soileau Sandra King Debbie Dyess, Suzette Rawlings, Louise Wilson John Booker Ronnie McRu1z and Sharon Parker French Club FRENCH CLUB BUILDS FOR THE FUTURE-The French Club established the rudiments of a good club this year. The goal was to ob- tain a more personal knowledge of the use of the French language. Officers are john Booker, Vice- Presidentg Suzette Rawlings, Sec- retaryg and Ronnie McRuiz, Presi- dent. f ml . x Tyler letterman's Association " " ' 'Q ' W"' 2' "Y,-'-MJ 2'.Q1'5??Q 'Q' ,g2g4v1vK W!"?A Q' Hqy, , , V' Muni.-1341 titular: ffwf""te 2 Q55 ii" .,ji?..,. t ' i if 1-ff ' 1942 gang. if s TjC'S T-ASSOCIATION-james Sublet, Glen Seaton, Mike Robinson, Mike Keveryn, Randy Ross, Richard Hadlock, Raymond Fontenot, Ronnie Smith, David Brack Mike Crysup, Mr. Tom Tooker, Bobby Gore, Steve McCoy, Rick Nabors, George Leigh Page, Russell Pratt, Sid Goff, Carlos Guttry, Gene Lindsey, Alan Byrd, Shar Martin. it Sigma Sigma l f 5 LY . K , , i I I .X ' K i ff ez Sigma Sigma is a professional secretarial club which meets for the purpose iinkscales, Mrs. johnny Abbey, Mrs. Etta Spivey, and Miss Ruth Wieters. FALL OFFICERS were President, Francine Retchless Vice President, Diann Rushing 1 Secretary, Carol Frick XVenver Treasurer, -Iudy DeBerry E Reporter, Penny Honeycutt i Student Council Representative, Q Janet Titlow l L 1 I of acquainting secretarial students with the business SPRING OFFICERS are President, Donna Ivey Vice President, Beverly B.1tis Secretary, Cindy I-Ienderson Treasurer, -I.1net N.1ll Reporter, Nancy I-Ialle Student Council Representdtive, Francine Retchless i i I A 4 world. Sponsors are: Mrs. Louise l25 nm- A wr W., . wal M, N -:unnu-uqv:e.-V.we'wVa--Kf'VVmV- -ff-V -V V-- jgluynwnaxlhla lllnqww asm. -.Mp swam 'V-A -aunnmvtilanrmibrsnw Wm-iuww-V nun eww.. 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N AWGN Nvhf t . an -' I 9 -A w gt-'I .4 is -AW , 4 0 511 bl- MEMBERS David Harrison, Larry Faulkner, Ben Mitchel, Gary Clark, Ron Roebuck, Bob Ray, David Griffies, Billy Moore, Billy jack Dean, Harry Decker, Mike Gray, Bill Campbell, Micky Steve Stewart, Eddie Browning, johnny Maloney, Neil Resnik, Buddy Smith. WSH! Wal' yrs, ,awww - A nw i Thompson, Ronnie Paternostro, Dickie Thedford, Terry Serice, Gary Parker, Bill Daily, john Brown, Ned Welch, Kappa Sigma lambda y Fraternity -J H J: Q", 1.8 I 2' i gv fl tw .1231 I 1... i' ia . .. .r ,. .-',',.-',:- 1-uf . , , ,I 5.3, . , . , xi .-if A . 'V S? I - ,J . 1 f 'f , .V if . Vi 1. t apr V rf,-emi t H QQ? VX v 'VL-.V .A " - .. -1' J .,h.1A- w ,A N. 1, V r t 3 ff: Q ' Ry we . -'L 'T ,ff as . . t . W, Q Q, Rf ,ag -4, . gt +V- V,-fat -' Egg a v 2 V. , f 'pid sa, A F. vi.. .- . Q "sri: - fa, ! .. 1 'F S22 A3551-i a ,.,.., .E LJ A ,. , I A V ,Vi ,, 5 , U, i n V- ,.,V:,, V .V t .I - X iii' Via I ., ' T V . T V 'V flff T ' T .:. 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The familiar faces of Al Gilliam, choreographer for the Bellesg john Gonellag Dean Saunders, Belle Directorg Ray Robertsg and Dean Fowler, Band Director have a friendly chat at the airport in the Nation's Capitol. .8115 A fo' , Tsar 'f EY1 ' ill wi is - Hawaii? Pretty Delane Roberts, donned in a muu-muu, kicked off her shoes and swayed her way through the beat of a Hawaiian chant for the many ex- Belles who came to visit during Homecoming. ug, - wr 5, I " 'ev n-- Y l o l I ,L Q., . -my-7r"1""4 'Te , ,,t, 'S I -..,.-. Q 1 Vg .QA if-V-br '91 ',-,na-I , HOMECOMING-Dana Montgomery, Wanda Eads, and Chris Manning add "sugar and spice and everything nice" to the Apache Belle float. Sandy Garrett Ann Hensel Jan Hensel Susan Howes Donna George Shiela Harrison I ff? 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'-11'.feef-fe-e,.,,,,ee.eef-Q, .reeeeee-ef-:Sw we-irvzlis 'QW ' ' . a, mf' - ff" L-. QB- - ' ,'l'... jeff, N-.S,fV'9Qi":-. 'le -+. ." -5' ': -.""'x.k 'T-ini.. . fe T31 ..'f 'Q' "'5-7"-- :lf t'-'ii 'Ax 'l llll' THE INDIANS ITVIZR SO I.l'CKY?4Belles receive n two-page spread in VENTURE Magazine as they show off their western outfits for thousands O f'1f'ffitton Bowl and 'l'V Lund. It Susan Nelms ,N DeLane Roberts 4. A 'A 3? Sue Ann Simpson WMV MORALE BOOSTER-Dianne Davenport, Celeste find a new friend who just arrived from Vietnam. il l Q, y 1 z ' lf ll f l Hn l f 5 40 . l t .fl L Y W, ii mm il 'V 0 P 1 tsl.: 1' xx .VA,' K v-fi M 5:1 4 N r t X, Civ. EJ 6 ' 'I l' WALTER REED VETERAN HOSPITAL-In Washington, D.C., Apache Belles Patty Cooper Karen Moore, and Linda Kelsey visit with a soldier who was recently wounded in Vietnam. 19' Joyce Skaggs M A Judy Schwartner f 2 A Becky Watson B Woodall, and Suzanne Bedgood L . ,A 4-Y 5 v Cathy Anderson Ann Ashworth Cindy Atkinson Donna Baker Beverly Bates Phyllis Beck Pat Brady Carla Bell Charlotte Brown When you do the hrgh klck be sure to keep your other foot flat on the floor' Al Gllllam demonstrates OADD Bro les for freshman Belles Beverly Bates Mlrthl Frantzen J Y Beverly Burns ti A STAR BE- C O M E S A N APACHE BELLE- Beautiful Celeste Holmes is warmly greeted by Diane Trevathan, G a i I Davis, and Susan Nelms with the tra- ditional honorary membershjp to the Organization. J- Yes-7 ., 'M -v S A A R W '- Kay Bursey Susan Buzze Lynn Callison Candy Cardwell Marsha Carson Kay Causey Cookie Clarizio Peppi Clemens Joanne Connally Pat Cullins Gail Davis Dian Derrickson ith ' ln, H. 5 4-0 Q.. N...ad' Y'-ek ,B af 5 Cub 1-f-'gp A ur Q' "b y ia aft show off the beautiful "PRETTY AS A ROSE"-Vickie Coleman, Beverly Burns, and Beverly Bates are proud to new rose bloom that was named after the Belles-The Apache Belle Rose. Q f 43"-, Aw.. '95 , , f- ff.-A X! QWX if-X mm A-f 6 S ' . X ,- i- qv i 1 ff 1.17 li fe' fj'l'liJ, , lx W 42'-9 It Y We-A f , 3 Y YY. 'f , , Ni- M f , ,J.4,g, ' 1 15' 7 14, ' f B ia M v w I FY lpig' A' f ve 33 . X" Laura English Sharon Felts Lynn Florey Johnny Fraley Martha Frantzen Glenda Haines Fran Hall Barbara Hendrix Patti Horton Penny Honeycutt Janice Hamilton Cynthia Harrison Diane Holditch Melissa Huie u i.- f 4' 1 l l 1 l l l i l l l l 1 l 1 r 1 : V 2 ,, 1 i -aj fi 35 V SQ f in I 4, 7' I V11 : ' , ' , ,Q . 9 J K t , , f X . sz. ,Its-Wx 4 :lf - ' U N i Flo' 1 pl x 'I , JJ 1? K ' .fi -fi ,if ,G YY ' W s l , IA- X ' f ' , '5,. ,:' li 3 K 5 P ' vi 41 "ii 4 x W 'x if BELLES ON THE WARPATH-Shiela Nix, Sue Kohler, Pam Loughlin, and Cynthia Harrison display their new props for one of their Dallas Cowboy performances. jan johnson jill Kallerson Sue Kohler Cand Lamb Sandra La . . Y Y I0 AUD 101105011 Susan Kerr Kay Kyle Susie Large Loretta Lindsey YW" .4 'J 'ff' if V' Q E mmf? 13 Wye 4-JJ K A fish A l .l'Ig,:J, fu F Ya-4 BARNUM AND BAILEY-Sissy jones and Beverly Burns have no prob- lem taming this grizzly in their new ring master costumes used by the Belles at the Cotton Bowl on Christmas Eve. Pam Loughlen Harriet Madison Linda Markell Marti Mason Carla Maxwell Vicki McCarley Alice McSpadden Glenda Mitchell gi'-SL TT? Qi Paula Mobley Diane Morphis Shiela Nix Karen Orlds Ninette Platt ATN . l. - x 3'4+es1'5 fl' t 'wx .- . ,,., in I am Q i B ss'Y' B , ,fljiy at 3-b K3 5 1 J l ,I l l i i l l i l l i i l i l l I l l i l I l 1 l i I I l l u l l l .-1.11 XVI-IAT'S ALL THE SMILING FOR?- Apache Belles wait at the city square to greet the Homecoming Nomi- nees for 1967-68. 1., , . . ,, .s -' K2 'fl 0' J? 5 R ff, Q ' 1 A 'ws Q 9 was 'W I XS 1!f?v 75 f 7' ' LJ, gl- 5 ,EL Q - . , ,, , , A .A 0 -f L jr- 115 , 4 Q sr - .1 ' , " ' . fi, ",- e "-Pi ' A t 4. ci x J ' -7' A ' . ,bffz -,Q xx Elia, xgfgz 6 , 'X Q i ' V g. X 'Q I A Y , , ,V g L mr' . , - iillx l 'f 4' , 1 t N , i . A dzarb-S.. , ' . 1 A X ' l , 3, a.. .K . A f Q I s 1 , I -' 2 A , If , 'X ' 'fe' .4 ' L he 'X L fri fjfjfiififi S' ' A1-"' l 5' . 5' S A V gf If i S 0 ,Y 1 I V , . get J Q if i A W30Q00.:3gg3 l 43' ff' Jody Ramey Donna Renfro Becky Rhoe V if Nancy Rodgers N fc. ,X Lark Roric -av Diane Rushing Sandy Sanders Sunday Sanford vol f"'Z'P K ,fm Molly Scott Judy Smith "' Paula Smith Pat Staples .',.,p4 s""" Q af fi' if L L 1 I37 3 Lind.1 Stoldt av- Gayle Stroud Mnrguret Sullixptn g V, . P.1m T.1rw.1ter Mary Treddavvny Diane Trcxutlm Lana Turner Cindy Vifiedenhoef Q fe C H E95 1 . 1 xi 3'-fl' 2' ,Qi Sl Cheryl Wisenrmnt Ileise Thompson I 3 14 '1""-up S- if I I -.V I ,I I ' 1 I l I I I r Q ref' I NEEDS MORE PRACTICE, GIRLS-The Belles spend many long hours of rehearsal, indoors and out on the field, to L perfect their routines for the many performances ahead of them. E . ' iffy'-UST.-f.iQ1:,,' , . - A - if ,Q,, - M , ,V f. 14--guif I I I I if I I I I I I I 173331 555523 L APACHE PRINCESS IN ACTION -Swinging jackie Allen flashes a smile and leads the Band across the football field. i 'Six F DOUG BURGESS and his golden trumpet play Ll lively tune for the lovely Apache Belles. Apache Band 11 A tight squeeze for the band, but that doesn't stop them from sounding out a lively jazz. ,as ,, ,f ASQ" 'xr' ,,,---1 Apache 967 tr , .EFA Band APACHE BAND OFFICERS-Fred Langham, Vice-Presidentg Patricia Hamilton, Secretaryg Kay Robinson, Librariang and Gary Duncan, President. BAR! TON ES, Gary Houston Allen Howard Verena Lumley Dennis Ozment Michael Rainey John Rothermel Johnie Williams BASS Michael Apple Roy Goodloe Charles Hale Claude Jernigan Jack Ziemer CLARINET Trudy Brumbelow J tidy Carter liiwru' iPrlSll Jiltly f' amrrll furry' llimtan lull l,Jlll.i,x Betty G.illoyv.iv ciitiyi iiaii ' David Ham Patricia Hamilton Judy Harrinxrgton J.iiiC JOHCS lred Langham Apache Prizzrerr-Jackie Allen Molly McCarty William Morris Judy Porter Beverly Robinson Charles Wfohletz CORNETS Donny Allen Eddie Faster Stephen Fischer Byron Tucker DR UMS Richard Dickson Bill Harrington Randall Honeycutt Ralph Horan Chris Marshall Mike Plummer Tonny Smith Raymond Wfard Mike Wyatt ITLUTES James Berry Mary Graham Patricia Lube Candy Mayo Cindy Porter Lili Wilson FRENCH HORNS Delores Adams Carolyn Cain Sam Dunwoody Wanda Eads Charles Finley Thomas Hale Robert Peacock Kathleen Werner SAXOPHONES Billy Caswell Virginia Chamness Linda Fredrichsen Warren Green Cliff Griffith Clinton Harvey Patricia Jackson Paul LeMaire Steve Ledbetter Paulette Polluck Susan Scholl Dawrl Shepherd Ann Shoaf James Tackett John Wilson TROMBONE Glenn Boyd Gary Castleberry Thomas Champion Raymond Eades Howell Florence William Henson Raymond Hooper James Irwin Steve Larson Wayne Payeur TRU Al PETS Brant Buck Lester Axtell Bix Barrentine Loyd Dowd Sandra Hamilton Linda Howe Marti Hunter Randy Lawhon Andy Leewright Daniel Mauk Stanton Pennock Billy Pittman Dan Samford Charles Smith Gene Spurgeon Glenn Warren qglq 04395 ,f ATHLETICS t . ll I ,.'s:- -1 f 4 2 , , Ellhl 49 I M8243 e n - Apache Chieftains ww: wrt FLOYD WAGSTAFF Athletic Director Head Basketball Coach 99' JAMES "BABE" HALLMARK NEVILLE SPIERS FRANK MARTIN Head Football Coach Line Coach A Baseball Coach 7-- - Football: Rebuilding o Winner The Scoreboard APACHES OPPONENT lt? Kilgore 3 6 Henderson County ' 2 35 Missouri Southern 20 20 Blinn 27 41 Ranger 0 14 Cisco 21 4 6 Naya rro 21 42 Wharton 21 3 Henderson County 20 26 Cameron, Okla. 3 6 Kilgore 14 255 67-4-Oy 152 kv, A GRIMACE SHARED BY ALL-Tylerite Robbie Albright, T-ICs Most Valuable Player as a freshman tlioululr iust 5-9 and 165 pounds, is checked by team rnginnger -.l.lU1L'9 Sublette iust after breaking n collnrbone .uuiiiist Missouri Southern. The speedy Albright, called by C+-.ich Babe Hallmark the team's usparkplugf' hid to sit out the rest of the season-all eight gum-s of ir. Robbie attended practice every day and worked to amy rcady for his return to the lineup, and the spirit he never lost was some compensation for his loss .is .1 IYl.ll'CI'. l i l I l ...ll ia 5-vs x...! 416,11 . ' '+'.'. v w in - - 1 Lf ROBBIE ALBRIGHT Sophomore Tyler, John Tyler 7 1 GARY BOGART JAMES BECKNELL SI-IAN MARTIN JOE MCDANIEL 50Pb0ff20ff Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Lynn Mass Tyler, Emmett Scott Dallas Hxghlancl Park Dallas Hnllcrest ALL CONFERENCE END ALL AMERICAN TACKLE fx?" 13,131 a 0' x ' F 7 gf, ll Y 's . f 1, 7 1'3" ' 5 f 1 f AE, C. 4 ,Q . 1 , , , , A,.A jf, nn. 5 1 -5 :lj 'fl' fifzgfsa 2' " rw DAVE BRACK RANDY ROSS JERRY COLLUM BILL NECTOUX Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Austm McCallum South Garland Shelbyxxlle Port Neches A , I if 7 I' f 1 lx: ' l.'a.! pw-f X 3-'54 n w W 1 'W' " BYRD KEEPS-Tylers steady sophomore quarterback Alan Byrd keeps for yardage in the 18-3 season-opening victory over arch rival Kilgore Fullback Raymond Fontenot C331 has thrown a block. Apaches Rip Rangers, I8-3 Neighboring rival Kilgore fell to the Apaches' 5150-yard offensive show before 8,000 fans in Kilgore in the state's first regular season football game. The 18-5 victory for Tyler spoiled a No. 1 pre-season national ranking for Kilgore. Sophomore Apache quarterback Alan Byrd and freshman signal-caller Mike Keveryn combined for 226 aerial yards, freshman fullback Charles Lindsey scored twice on short rushes and sophomore tailback Randy Collins scored the season's first TD from two yards away. Q as 4"? I I N Ear, V i ,, A, L-,'.,,:. ,yy Ii ' ' , 5' :iffy !ifig'0j11fQgl,7lf.'gl . A 'J' , 'Ala' sinh ef 3- dl' RICHARD H ADLOCK LARRY MARCUM STEVE BRIDGER Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Marshall Midland Marshall STEVE MCCOY Frefhzmzzz Texas City l , ll if KENNETH HARDY RONNY SMITH JOHNNY JACKSON i Freshman Freshman Freshman Shelbyville Midland Gainesville, Fla. il l 1 1, ,- ' 'G lg J "" x : ' 's 'QC li 2 "' 2 t - L A A f . A ,-, 2 , I x.x l v l . .W , i A x,.,,5ft' 4 A ,mu if , " fi' Q ' ' qi I , Ja., Q' -ff. iwf., ." 1. - , K' 'I if fx, 1','. ' fl' r'. , ' 1 rv I N . . f .f f 1' f EA . I 3 . ' N -4- . f I , '.- 4 ' Wifi fihffi Hy. I . IRODNEY "SACK" WARREN GENE LINDSEY SID 'GOFF Freshman Freshman Frefhmmz Manassas, Va. Mobile, Ala. Nacogdoches RUSSELL PRATT Frerhmmz Marshall xx' ' I' ',-BIA GEORGE LEGH-PAGE Frefhmfzn Chicago, Ill. I47 : it gtg? T W , -1. 1 , , , 'li 'lf' V ,"?'5 ,f . r .J GLYNN s13EToN RAYMOND FoNTENoT MIKE KEVERYN CHARLES UNDSEY Frerhmmz Frerlamfm Frerlmzmz F "ef17"m'1 Grand Prairie Port Arthur Manassas, Va. Humble ALL-CON F EREN CE FULLBACKK Tyler Slips By in Mud Buttle On a muddy Rose Stadium field, Tyler held Junior Rose Bowl champion Henderson County on four plunges from the Apache two-yard line to preserve a 6-2 victory in the home opener. A capacity crowd of 13,000 saw the Apache goal-line stand in the last 58 seconds after fleet, returning MVP Robbie Al- bright had returned a punt 44 yards for a first-quarter touchdown. ' fa U I 1 i l , 1 ff., P !! 4 wwhi - A W.. Y l- u,,W.Q m.t,.,,,, grwbjfv I .vsp Vx! , ??!QMq., .X 5 . ,J,.5?eg:gib4-M.: . X.'e lqx-if , - z, 2 L , , ' X 'xg ' , X ' . . V A ' , X A 5, A - .. , ., 1, N , ' , v , , V N, ' 1 ' - Iv 5 4 -J ' - . vw ,' I '. .' gg., i'wiQAN IUST SI-IY-Henderson County All-American Linzy Cole is stopped at the Tyler three-yard line by Randy Collins C565 and Chuck Mills clurill i 1-wry, .L l . Then Tumbles Tribe Takes Third Triumph . Tyler built up a 33-7 lead in winning its third consecutive game of the season over Missouri Southern, 35-20, hut flanker Rohhie Alhright broke a collarhone and did not play again for the Apaches. He had paced the team in nearly every offensive department as a freshman. Mike Keveryn threw 30 yards to james Becknell, Alan Byrd tossed a 20-yarder to Gary Bogart, Carlos Guttry and Clinton I-lill ran in from close range and defensive end Kenneth I-lardy recovered a blocked punt for Tyler touchdowns. Blinn s Buccaneers handed Tyler a stunning de- feat in both team's Texas junior College Foot- ball Federation opener in Brenham. Neither team had allowed a touchdown in a total of five games, hut Tyler took a 20-13 lead into the fourth quarter. Blinn scored the winning points with 4:30 to play. Freshman fullback Raymond Fontenot scored twice for Tyler and freshman end Rodney Warren recovered a fumbled punt in the Blinn endzone for another touchdown. T COMPLETE' Tyler end james Becknell gives stellar CARLOS GUTTRY Rose Stadium performance Frgyhmrm Buras, La mf? Sr' 'GF SY , . fl ri' 4 RICK NABORS TOM STARING MIKE ROBINSON CLINTON HII L Fieilwimz freflmzmz Freflmmzz Ffliiblilrlll Austin McCallum South Garland Austin Port Arthur Rangers ReeL 41-0 Alan Byrd and Mike Keveryn combined talents for 411 yards passing over a near-goal line defense by Ranger to bomb the Rangers 41-0 and give Tyler its first TJCFF win. A Rose Stadium audience saw 555 yards in total offense from the Tribe. Byrd tossed two TD passes to Rodney Warren and another to james Becknell, Keveryn hit an 89-yarder to Carlos Guttry, and Charles Lindsey and Clinton Hill ran for touchdowns. Hill kicked five of six extra-points, including the first four. The victory gave Tyler -a 1-1 record in the TJCFF and an overall mark of 4-1. 9Z'lY DRIVLSQ----Fullback Charles Lindsey drives for some of his 706 rds r'9s.,.g 201595 35. ., ' z BECKNELL KEEPS HANGIN' ON-Tyler's james Becknell clutches a pass and prepares for the shock of contact. Cisco Sizzles Cisco played host to the Apaches by handing them a 21-14 loss and 1-2 conference record. The Wrang- lers used a confusing offensive set called the "quail" to build up a 21-O halftime lead before Tyler could rally. Randy Collins scored from three yards out at the end of the third quarter and Alan Byrd hit james Becknell with a 33-yard TD pass with 5:32 left. It just came too late. Tribe Takes Navarro Scalp, 46-21 . . . Alan Byrd threw three touchdown passes and tailback Glynn Seeton rushed for two more as the Apaches evened their TICFE record at 2-2 by blasting Navarro 46-21 in Rose Stadium. Byrd hit james Becknell and Carlos Guttry with four-yard look-in passes and Gary Bogart with a 13-yarder. Mike Keveryn threw still another four- yarder to Clinton Hill and fullback Charles Lindsey went five yards to score. Seeton gained 127 yards rushing and Lindsey 107. . . . Takes Another from Wharton, 42-21 Glynn Seeton and Charles Lindsey each gained over 100 yards for the second consecu- tive game as Tyler won its first road game since the opener-downing Wharton in El Campo, 42-21. Seeton picked up 139 yards and the third and fourth Apache TD's, while Lindsey knifed for 107 yards and the first two Tyler scores. Tailback Randy Collins scored on the ground, Alan Byrd passed to Gary Bogart for a TD, and Rodney Warren tackled a Wharton Pioneer for a safety to close out Tyler's scoring. The TTCFF mark rose to 5-2. FLEET AGGIE CAUGHT-Charles Collins of the Cameron Aggies is grabbed by linebacker Raymond Fontenot during the Apaches C 3 vim in Rose Qtadium. Rodney "Sack" Warren is next in line for the tackle. Cardinals Rebound Against Tribe All-American halfback Linzy Cole rushed for a touchdown and threw for another to lead Henderson County to the TICFF championship and 20-3 revenge for Tyler's earlier win. Cole was held down statistically, but he made the big plays to drop Tyler to a 3-3 conference record and 6-3 season mark. Clinton Hill gave-the Apaches a 3-0 lead early in the second quarter with a 38-yard field goal, but Henderson County 'led 12-3 by the end of the first half. The game site was Athens' Bruce Field. HILL SWEEP The Apaches' freshman tailback Clinton Hill sweeps end during a 27-20 conference-opening loss to the Blinn Buccaneers Hill x ho hindled the club's place kicking chores, was cleared by a Sid Goff U01 block. Lindsey Tames Dklahomans, 26-3 Tyler took time out from conference action to blister the Cameron Aggies of Lawton, Okla. in Rose Stadium, 26-3, completing a two-game sweep of out-of-state competi- tion. Fullback Charles Lindsey, destined for first-team all-conference honors, rushed for 227 yards and scored all four touchdowns. He scored from 3, 52, 7 and 78 yards out. Another freshman, tailback Glynn Seeton, gained 120 yards. Tyler im- proved to a 7-3 record, equalling Coach Babe Hallmark's best season as the Tribe's chief coach. FINAL T.lC STATISTICS Team Totals Individual Totals TYLER OPP. RUSHING 192 First Downs 131 Pf1111'c1' C'11r'ri1'1 Cami Lot! Nt! 1896 Yards Rushing 1674 Lindsey 130 711 5 706 1872 Yards Passing 821 5661011 150 642 20 633 3768 Total Yards 2495 Hill 55 160 20 I-10 278 Passes Att. 184 Byrd 87 34:1 203 156 149 Passes Comp. 74 Collins .11 11.1 22 Q2 14 Passes Int. By 19 Albright 13 83 2 81 22-12 Fumbles-No. Lost 32-21 11611101101 35 75 7 63 72-33.1 Punts and Average 80-35.6 Bcqknell 5 23 7 16 79-826 Penalties 63-599 Guttry 16 47 38 9 Kever n 32 106 103 3 OPP. 9 68 7 68 ..... .... 1 52 TYLER 47 67 68 73 ..... .... 2 55 PASSING Player' Att. Comp. Yrfr. 1111. TD Byrd 182 102 1233 9 10 Keveryn 96 47 639 10 3 PASS RECEIVING Player Ctzzrglvt Ytzrdy Avg. TD Becknell 41 560 13.7 5 Bogart 39 553 14.2 4 Cwuttry 14 261 18.6 2 Collins 17 167 9.8 0 Wfarren 9 123 13.7 2 Albright 9 62 6.9 0 Lindsey 5 54 10.8 0 Hill 8 39 4.9 0 Robinson 2 26 13.0 0 Seeton 4 23 5.8 0 SCORING P!.11'1'r TD PAT FG TP Lindsey 10 0 0 60 Hill 2 18 1 33 Becknell 5 0 0 30 Bogart 4 0 0 24 SCCTOI1 4 0 0 24 WLIIFCH 3 4 0 22 Guttry 3 0 0 18 Collins 3 0 0 18 Fontenot 2 0 0 12 Albright 1 0 0 6 Hardy 1 0 0 1 lHILL WRAPPED UP-Tyler tailback Clinton Hill strains for yardage ith teammates Sid Goff C505 and Larry Marcum 1841 in the background. 1 l 1 Kilgore Spoils Homecoming Arch-rival Kilgore spoiled Tyler Homecoming before a packed Rose Stadium, avenging that season-opening defeat with a 14-6 victory. The Apaches finished the season with n 7-4 record and fifth place in the T.lClflf with .1 3--Z standing. Alan Byrd hit Iames Becknell with a 15-yard TD pass in the fourth quarter, but Kilgore already led 14-0. The Rangers had allowed just 60 points in TJCEF games. Basketball: 1968 A Winning Tradition Flourishes M . ,K ia Q, W mf' ' a .1 is fn 'I ., ,Wig M---ual .J i JIM BROOKS-Above the crowd. !'f""'u TJC Records Tylef OPP- Spread 55111071 Conf, Home Road 91 Lubbock Christian 56 35 1 0 1-0 85 San Jacinto 101 -17 2-0 0-1 98 TCU Freshmen 72 26 2 1 1-1 124 SMU Freshmen 97 27 3 1 2-1 98 Coffeyville, Kan. 89 9 4 1 2-0 90 Independence, Kan, 69 21 5 1 3-0 107 Panola 102 5 6 1 1-0 3-1 101 San Jacinto 86 15 7-1 4-0 80 Paris 78 2 8 1 2-0 4-1 122 Louisiana Tech 72 50 9-1 5-0 95 Texas Freshmen 89 6 10-1 5.1 105 Lon Morris 80 25 11-1 3-0 6-0 90 Henderson Co. 81 9 12 1 4-0 7.0 74 Centenary Freshmen 54 20 13 1 6-1 101 Houston Freshmen 85 16 1-1 1 7-1 95 Kilgore 86 9 15 1 5-0 8-0 110 Houston Freshmen 83 27 16-1 9-0 80 Grayson County 65 15 171 6-0 10-0 101 Jacksonville 70 31 18 1 7.0 11-O 118 TCU Freshmen 76 42 191 12-0 43 Louisiana Tech 38 5 20 1 3.1 122 Hannibal, Mo. 106 16 21 1 13-0 117 Paris 93 24 22 1 8-0 14-0 57 Grayson County 52 5 23 1 9-O 9-1 100 Kilgore 92 8 24 1 10-0 10-1 104 Henderson County 89 15 25 1 11-0 11-1 118 Panola 102 16 26-1 12-O 15-0 73 Lon Morris 69 4 27 1 13-0 12-1 71 Texas A8cM Freshmen 73 -2 27-2 12-2 121 SMU Freshmen 91 30 28-2 16-0 115 Panola 96 19 29-2 17-0 103 Paris 89 14 30-2 18-0 125 Kilgore 85 40 31-2 19-0 APACHE SCORING lthrough North Zonej P1-Iyer FG FT PF TP Gamer Avg. jim Brooks 364 118 75 846 31 27.3 Poo Welch 248 148 65 654 31 21.1 Jesse Marshall 208 103 91 519 32 16.2 Willie Chatman 182 56 79 420 33 12.7 Harvey Huffstetler 166 60 90 390 33 11.9 Leon Daggett 51 27 39 129 29 4.4 Gary Moseley 45 34 48 124 so 4.1 Vernon Cross 32 1 21 65 23 2,8 Tom Hill 18 6 17 42 17 2.5 Norman Wright 8 13 17 29 16 1.8 Chuck Biscoe 5 3 7 13 10 1.5 Clinton Roxburgh 0 2 6 2 6 0.3 Coach Floyd Wcigstaff Firm leadership from T-IC Athletic Director Floyd Wagstaff, still going strong after 22 years and over 680 basketball victories with the Apaches. A Year of Victory Streaks For Tyler's Apaches, 1968 was a year of victory streaks and successfully defended championships, Floyd Wag- staff's Warriors swept their third consecutive Region XIV North Zone Tournament while finishing with a 32-4 rec- ord and were ranked No. 3 in the nation, Next step was the zone playoff with San jacinto's Ravens for a trip to the National Tournament in Hutchinson, Kan., and San Jac whipped the Tribe in a best-of-three series after losing 100-91 in the first contest at Tyler. Tyler powered through the Texas Eastern Conference with a perfect 13-0 record, marking the second consecutive undefeated TEC season for Tyler. The Apaches extended a string of consecutive wins over TEC opponents to 37 and were 20-0 at home. Tyler demolished arch-rival Kilgore 125-85 to win the Zone title, with freshman guard Poo Welch 1 thought, by a Tyler player. After losing to San ,Iacinto at the beginning of the season, the Apaches won 26 in a row, WClL'l1'S absence with the flu and a frigid first-half shooting percentage against the Texas ASM Freshmen combined to defeat Tyler, 73-71, in overtime to end the streak, .lim Brooks, 6-7 sophomore post and forward. paced Apache starters with 27 points per game. Wfelch averaged 21, 6-6 -lesse Marshall 16, 6-5 freshman Xlffillic' Chatman 13 and 6-6 sophomore Harvey Huffstetler 12. The Apaches played the first game ever in the Astro- dome, beating the Houston freshmen 101-85 l5el.0rc' Houstonsvarsity whipped VCLA. Brooks and Wfelch we'e the only two unanimous selections to the All-Texas Fastern Conference team. Marshall made the second unit and Huffstetler the third squad. . . . . . I - - . - -- -- - e - -- - f. r--. --'fy .- . ,. . . ,. - ,. , , . . - , . . . ,, 1 ' h. , ' ,- , - , a,i, rig- --,'i4g:f3. 5'--.v-'. -' .4512 1. I -'f..11,.,g..,.' .-og....-,gg,i1.-,..-1.,-.,.iiu4zl..1art.,-.mi-:.r:--r.422.-1 hw u V' -n-.- - ,ac aa.:-. r' I num. -fvrerwf f . 7 'll W in 4-an Y l i -sf fl Tyler's Olympic Tryout jim Brooks, shown at right with the Most Valuable Player trophy he won for his North Zone Tournament efforts, reveals in pictures .ihove why Tyler Courier-Times-Telegraph Sports Director Archie Whitfield called him "one of the most versa- tilc- and most promising hasketbrillers ever to perform for the Apaches of Tyler junior College." The 6-7 Brooks was one of 10 junior college players selected to try out for the United States Olympic te.un .ind one of five to make the setond unit ot' the All-American junior college lmlsketlmll team. lim was ncrmed first-team all-TFC for the second ye.1r in .1 row, lTl.1lilIl4Q it hy unanimous vote in 1968. Team captain lfluvey Huffstetler stands over Brooks in the picture alwove and left, rind Brooks drives for two in the shot ahove right. ...N-MW l ii r l i i 1 l v .Ji X 15, y tv T1 x It f' f f i fn ' ,,,e.c""" I it 4, ,WH ..., vf Q X i i Y 1 .uv lun -5 5Nw' i fri-f SA lar ' ', I? uf' I s m""N -...gg PGH a l 3 s .M,,.,.-,,,..a-f' tx U """"""' - ,I ,. V Poo Gets Things Done Fantastic freshman Poo Welch came to the Apaches from Lake Charles, La., and made the Tyler team go. ln upper left, the 6-3 pl.iymaker fires a jumper in a 95-S6 victory over Kilgore at the TIC Field- house. jack Ledhetter tries to defend and Bob Villani starts in for a possible rehound. Ahove, Welch ends one of his frequent drivfs down the lane with one of his frequent assists, the pass hitting XVillie Chatman coming in from the right side. Foo controlled the hall well at all times, as shown at left against .1 foul from Houston frosh Lionel Dotson. Welch hit -i6 points against the UH freshmen as Tyler won 110-83, and canned 32 against the same team under the Astrodome. Poo is one of few freshmen ever to he named a unanimous choice to the all-TEC team He set .1 TJC Fieldhouse record in the North Zone Tournament with his 58 points, which also set a tourney mark, ! cific 157 , if H eq., .3 4.4-f"' , , i fl 1 ' V , 0 rilhu ,V 4'LXS. .. .e1:'.:,,1.l' 1' I F , egifinf. i XY! 2'- N 1 x ,,,.,,, 3, , ,. P , I . . . Played Defense Apache chieftain Floyd Wagstaff, a long-time employer of the man-for-man defense, switched in 1967-68 to a 1-3-1 zone-at least for a good portion of the time. Welch made frequent steals with his long reach and 6-3 height while playing the forward point. Marshall, Brooks and Chatman played icross the middle, and I-Iuffstetler did the leg work on the bisc-line, At right, tight-defending Chatman tries to rxich a jump shot by Henderson County's Willie Elverton. 'Well h comes in from his outside point, Y V Apaches Rebouncled . . . Willie Chatman is representative of Tyler's season-long dominance of the backboards in picture at left, as he sails high to 'snap a rebound from opponent's reach. Chat- man cleared his side of the key of rebounds like a vacuum cleaner and had a quick release pass to Poo Welch, who in turn worked an effective fast break all year. Wait- ing for this particular rebound to carom the other way y were jesse Marshall f54j, jim Brooks and Harvey Huff- i stetler C44j. Chatman, a 6-5er from Galveston, often hit 20 points plus for the Tribe. i l li l , 'M K .,'p... Y' ,', I 'Nm,,M .5-. SS " rf STRATEGY HELPS-Poo Welch is captured in an intent moment as he :stens to Coach Wagstaff's instructions. i ftill "Big Jess" Work Q -0- jesse Marshall, Tyler's sophomore center from Princeton, La., gave the Apaches an edge in raw power over practically every opponent. Marshall is 6-6 and 240 Pounds, big enough to clear out a huge area under the backboards. His aggressive offenffve play around the lane kept Tyler in some close contests, and he averaged close to 20 points a game in conference play. In the shot above right, Marshall has position but can't quite reach the ball. Tyler captain Harvey Huffstetler fflflj fights with San Jacinto's Bruce Newman for possession. Above left, Marshall goes up after a shot by Henderson County's Hubert McNeail. Captain Huffstetler Harvey Huffstetler, 6-6 sophomore transfer from Waxahachie, added the all-important leadership fac- tor to the Tyler Apache team. The affable, 1965 highnschool all-stater was the Tribe's well-liked co- hesive force before, during, and after the game. Huffstetler's soft, quick and accurate jumper from outside helped the team even more. A graceful per- former around first base for the TIC baseball team, Harvey had the speed and agility to bring the ball safely down court when necessary. During the week Welch missed with the flu, Huffstetler took a major portion of the ball-handling tasks. Souvenir! A popular sidelight to attending Tyler home games was the halftime ritual of throwing gold, souvenir basketbulls into the stands. TIC student Ronnie Car- penter makes a one-hand stab of a miniature memento in the picture below while others cringe, stretch and shout in the general vicinity. Iv Y R The Triumphant Tyler Tribe Tyler's multi-champion Apaches gave Rose City fans one of the finest seasons ever in the brilliant bas- ketball history of TIC. The complete club, beginning from left on the front row, includes manager Bill Cook from Van, sophomore Chuck Biscoe from Bullard, sophomore Tom Hill from Cayuga, freshman Pat Spruiell from Van and freshman johnny McMinn from Oklahoma City. The second row includes, reading from left, freshman Norman Wright of Amarillo, freshman Clinton Roxburgh of Tyler's john Tyler High, sophomore Leon Daggett of Akron, Ohio, sophomore Vernon Cross of Houston, freshman Poo Welch of Lake Charles, La. and Coach Floyd Wagstaff, in his 22nd year at the school. On the back row are: Gary Moseley from john Tyler High, a sophomore, Willie Chatman, freshman from Galveston, sophomore jesse Marshall from Princeton, La., sophomore jim Brooks from Akron, Ohio and sopho- more Harvey Huffstetler from Waxahachie. Daggett, a high school teammate of Brooks, led Apache reserves with 129 points, while Moseley hit 124. l i Five Apaches on All-Tournament Team ll Eight members of the Region XIV North Zone Tournament squad were available after the title game. They include Russell johnson of Lon Morris, Bob Villani and George jackson of Kilgore and Welch, Chatman, Brooks, I-Iuffstetler and Marshall o Tyler. :nun ,M P 'Q fi Wy Wwe. ,W i I ,if ,. .'j s ,WA l ' I - 4,"' A, fi ff. I , ,, 'V,V f f I N 'Y M V i T' ree 2- , , 3- .' f-Q ::-Ili ?-9' -f'? ' T A i if -Seasons Most Familiar Sight- v.NN 455-v X , A l I f POO XVELCH LOOKS . . . - - - AND DRIVES! i l l l l i i l l , 'xl J lflya 5 . fan! I IW , 1 JN 1 i 1 l l l 5 A Doubleheader . . . A Playoff Preview Jim Brooks sinks follow shots for the Apaches in wins over Independence, Kan. fleftj and San Ja- cinto JC frightj. The Independence game was part of a two-night stand of doubleheaders at the TJC Fieldhouse-something new for Tyler fans in 1967-68. Nationally-ranked Coffeyville, Kan. and Hen- derson County also took part. The Apaches whipped Coffeyville 98-89 on the first evening, thus beating one of the two top-ranked clubs from basketball-mad Kansas-the state that hosts the national JUCO tournament. Tyler whipped Independence 90-69, with Jesse Marshall and Tylerite Gary Moseley O05 watching Brooks in the shot at left. No. 3 ranked Tyler gave No. 1 ranked San Jacinto its only regular season loss and highlighted the Apache regular season before a capacity TJC Fieldhouse audi- ence. The final score was 101-86, making up for the Ravens' 102-85 win in Pasadena. Brooks gets the tip-in at right, with Marshall and Willie Chatman both ready to go up. Crouched under the net is Ollie Taylor qzap, the Ravens' No. 1 scorer, ready to use his sensational jumping ability. Taylor was the big thorn in the Apaches' side when San Jacinto won two straight from Tyler in last years playoff and teamed with Jeff Halliburton to pace San Jac to this season's National Tournament. The Ravens won the national title after losing in the final game by one point last year. Baseball - l968 'hwy ,ga Q1 ,agua ,t -WEE viggt, x ff? f 59 ml. ,Q POTENTIAL STARTERS-Ronald Compton, pitcher, Gene Dean, catcher, and Stanley johnson, outfielder. No games had been played before the March yearbook deadline. ' nat s- . 1 L l l . 15 A 114.7 i , . yl ., f"i I A4 l l Qi. l. E49 fi natal?-W' if good season. i 1 A .?"Si3 li'T20Sl'ECTS-Ixlike Cryssup, third baseman, Tom Staring, second baseman, i l M .wut lmlielder. m ..1. .........-.--............-..-..1.--.--- , .....--,. , COACH FRANK MARTIN-a healthy swing is taken by the coaCl ' during a practice session. At press time, he was looking toward another ,...al SOPHDMDREQ -O 4' my - . lfzfbmzvc,-K. 4,V,.. ,, fl, V if Q1- Q 'iff is? - , Q., . lf' v-.s . 1 JH , ,, fb ,, A -'M , .evil 'vs gw.,:4,f.-. . ,- , M '. is wx- u c 1 A 5 -O 4 . M? I Q "4 Y 5 r - J. i l l l l l l Sophomore Class Officers Bob OKs-efe cSC21tCCl-P1'6.ljff6lI1' johnny Holland fleftj-Secrefa1'y-Trefzxzzref' Bill Daily-Vife-President 56 - uwm'53lmxmnnnmwwmn.ea:-iii-gain-1 wi .mt-3...-9.-.-.......:l--.,7..--..YY ,,..-.....,, ,,,, , , 7 ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,7, A-4 LOUISE ADAIRefTyler DE LORES ADAMS-Tyler MARY BLANCHE ADAMS -Tyler 'IAN ADAMSON-Brenham BILL ADDINGTON- Garland ADA MARIE ADKINS- Tyler SHERYL ALBERT-Tyler WAYNE ALEXANDERQ Richardson RONALD ALFRED-Tyler CHARLES ALLARD-Tyler STEVE ALLEN-Et. Worth BOB ALTERMAN-Dallas IEANNETTE AMACKER- Tyler BARBARA AMBURN-Tyler DAVID ARCHIBALD- Detroit I CARL AUCOIS-Dayton, Tex. LESTER AXTELL-Tyler SUSAN AYLING- Philadelphia BARBARA BAKER-Houston RANDALL BAKER-Tyler fix X. fx ,I Q19 'ff ff . -4, V. , I I ,' 1 ' I +i5s 4 I - X Q. X.,.,f 'law' ' PRX' ,Qt ' 'Y ,KFA ,h If nf ' T.. LA 7 N 'c 'Cf'- ,,,....-s- H -Z fi ,wp v 4 'CY x -9--+-5, 'Um I-A my , ' .,, . up si, 7,1 x' f, ,. 44,- 7 'fx ,Mp ,gf A 'x K f ,,- -N. A 'Mtg 1 If I b fpgm' A' ' V I , ,. lv 9 Y ., we '? if A , ' lx E fee " Q o. p ' 45,- K, ,Aw pi?- . ,F W ,-wg., Q. A Mia girl fi? f"ln. 71"-11 -3 A0 If . 22' -Q J , Q 1 N.,,,.-f IQ ,fn B Q '-I' - , IQ, --U -.. . xgu--T.f.,, MW If gr I sf. , I ,Q 'A" " ' T ff ,wfi 2-'Diff V233 L A If gg, A 7m -. , -, f ,. 1, 3 .fgyfi M, fm go fiiiecl Ls! MARGARET BALE-Dallas JIMMY BANKS-Tyler SUSAN BARBEE-Tyler SHIELA BARBER-Tyler DAVE BARKER-Lafayette, La. BOB BARNES-Tyler PRESTON BARNETT-Q Mineola ROYE BEENE-Tyler RUTHA BENDELE-Dallas PAULA BENSON-Tyler EUGENE BETTS-Tyler ARLIE BICE-Rusk DAVID BISHOP-Beaumont TOM BLACKWELL-Tyler PATRICIA BLAIR-Tyler GARY BOGART-Lynn, Mass. JOHN BOOKER-Tyler CLYDE BOWHING-Tyler GLENN BOYD- Jacksonville DE VONNE BRADFORD- Tyler 1 U7 A ..- 77 7,,,,7,, , ,, 1 I v l I l I l l v l l r l I Q l I I I I I 4 In l I ...al KATHY BRANAM-Tyler BECKY BRIDGES-Dallas RAY BROGDON-Chandler DEAN BROOKS-Port Arthur DUDLEY BROOKSHIRE- Tyler JAMES R. BROWN-Tyler JUDY BROWN-Troup PAUL JACK BROWN- Garland RONNIE BROWN- Shreveport, La. STEVE BROWN-Waco EDDY BROWNING-Tyler STANLEY BRUNER- Mineola DAVID BUCK-Stroudsburg, Pa. DIANE BURKETT-Tyler PATRICIA BURNES-Troup DEBBY BUTLER-Tyler ALAN BYRD-Austin ANN CAMPBELL-Tyler DARRELL CAMPBELL- Tyler RONNIE CARGLE-Tyler 4. 'K' ' ,Z . imma, M E ,Xs- lik 1. I nv ,Q KH G - . Q R. Al 4.."f,. 59 va r,,.,.,N EK' Q0 on-,,,,.---4 ' 'fy , li? GN 4 T fill' Q C 5 X ?.m,,.,-7 ,I A 4 fi .KU P: N., an 4 . , ,,-qu f C11 NSY' ,X 'WP' ..:' ,. fi-Q 'T' ' 'Y .,f, 1 ,pd flu 1 ga TN I 5 ' 11,21 'Av nr 7 A A U - - 1 -....- Q . ff' if BILL CHARLTONA-XVorthington, Ohio LINDA CI-IELSEY-D.1ll.15 ALMA CLARK-Tyler GARY CLARK Bridge City NVAYNI2 CLEPPER Tyler RICK CORNELISSE-Houston JUDY COLEMAN-Tyler RANDY CTJLLINS- ,Honcy CYIVLJYL' ROISIYRT f OI,LINS--Lindalc KARLA C' I JNIYNVAY f I'IHLI5I1llI NANCY C UOK- -Tyler 95145 1 PAM CARPENTER-Tyler LINDA CARTER-Noonday GERALD CATES-I-Izlwkins , -. 5? "Q"T"-rr' rw 9. ,YM , a- -YM , 1,- l q ve-If ,G ' Q 4'-"'1'nvi9 fi Q- K.. -IT fbp... I X' I I3 g :C 'ir' ' X LBJ' Q:""'-auf U YI, 0-+5Q 7 aww iggsv' .,, 1, , , .M 'P' . 'lf' 1 iw, I -f.f iff' .f V ",,: 4, ,, --A, l, v FJ .gfxggshff II, f xi, ,AAJQK-'Y I I f 5 1 . '9"'w . , r at x H Ja MAXEY COURTNEY-Martin Mills ' . i I CINDY COXSLQ1 I-Iabra, Calif. 1 vw-f , I MARK CRAIN-Tyler . 2' L 4 f if 'GY ll It 11 lllilavfffl mf'- "ffm K-f--....., Q"""'vv 'N-an frm erin wwmfmwfgww W wx of ' ' ,g:.,.,v, evo CLARA SUE CRAM-Tyler JOHN CRAXVFORD-Tyler VERNON CROSS-Houston MS .' ' l f 'nd' 1"1trv-3 :Af N , N4 MIKE CRYSUP-Rusk BILL DAILY-AD.1ll.1s MIKE DANIELgLind.1Ic CARRYE DAVIS-Tyler DAN DAVISfPale5tine DIANE DAVIS-Tyler DORIS DAVIS-Tyler DOROTHY DAVIS Ty1er 1, 1' Q1-15? 'Q 'Q gm' F.. lt' FAQ 97 H QW' ""'f -lf"'g. MIKE DAVIS-Grand Saline BARBARA DAY-Tyler BOBBY DE LARIOS-Dallas ARTHUR C. DENMON- Tyler KEITH DE sHAzo-Tyler Jo ANN DEVERAUX-Tyler JAMES DICKSON-Tyler STEVE DILLION-Houston LEON DAGGET-Akron, Ohio KATHY DODD-WaCO PAULA DOROUGH-Tyler CUBBIE NELL DORSEY- Tyler QEEE 3 , ?".'f: 1 'A xv.. X Rf , 2 vi V-mari. '44-on... .Q .,. 3, ,, gf, 5.2. dv E-231' lm .. Xt I Rix J ilk A YOU CAN LONIF OUT NOW! The "Balloon Man" watches intently as he fills his giant dirigible for va flight over the campus mall. 4.....l. KEENAN DOWDY-Tyler RONALD DREW-Tyler DOUGLAS DUKE-Dallas JEANIE DULAK-Dallas GARY DUNCAN-Tyler RONALD DUNCAN- Mineola RICHARD E. DURHAM- Oakwood DEBBIE DYESS-Tyler WANDA EADS-Tyler VERN A ELLIOTT-Tyler SHARON ERHART-Dallas LINDA ENGLAND- St. Louis, Mo. GARY ENGLISH- Winnsboro, Tex. TOMINIY ERWIN- Gladewuter PAT EUBANKS-Hawkins KIRK EVEREST-Houston GAIL FAIRRIS-Fort Worth GERALD FARRIS-Gilmer, Tex. ANN FERGUSON-Dallas BARBARA FERRELL-Tyler ff if 'ff af? Z. ji-, fg x 'ff' 'ff M. Z X. 3 V, yf' 'T- z I Lx ,K ,, 76' Jo .4-5, k Av-v, ., , ' , , I ', gf? T M K 'T I if . j M I Z igi i f 'nm 4:- T... pf X N V If ,- .-el? A 2 f A I qizgcffi'-,R 62? IT, vi "4 4 'fail . N3 -3-gz-.. ,,, f ffv ,vs 1 ry .Al y 22, f X, 4'l ,fx 'Y '3 I ,x ,, ., , 2' c I A 3. '??i- 1 1 3 1-:rf-rv' f Xl , K XX Q A ' JY' A 4 VM I73 H F zu A "f was wx' . - i I I ' If ,4-. V ' 'A fi nik 1-lg A ww., ., ,.v ' x. . Jn., ,, ' , . 11.,,.- Aff? 'fn' , .4,g,..,-W, , I L Ivrlflf Lb' ti-1 1 . 4 M Q , " - ' 2:1 aI"fi'72'? V ' . ,jar 171, 111213 . f 4 t ,,, -Y SUSAN FIELDER-Tyler JANET P11113--Tyler ffm STEVE FISCHER-5Mnrlin JAMES FISHER Garland V .I . .fy fr f- Aw, wa 131- 1 X .- 'S65' , ff' , 1 will JOEL FLEM1NGMTy1ef LINDA FLETCHER-Dallas .----gx if fi g . i '.:."3.:' : '3.': 'N' Wx " ,I Q A.-Y, x N X i a . uiN4wsE2Lf ' ' -f------- - -- --- - . ,... -. 1-1m -..ummm-4 A JAMMED TEEPEE RESPONDS to one el the skits staged at 10:48 pep rallies by campul organizations. Pep rallies were better than in pang PAM FOX-Tyler Q LINDA FREDRICHSEN- I Tyler CHARLOTTE FREEMAN- Orange CAROL FRICK-Houston l RONALD A. FULTON- A Park Forest, Ill. KENNETH GANDY- Edom, Tex. SANDY GARRET1'-Tyler GENE GILBOE-Tyler 47" rs, with programs including skits and speeches players, coaches and school faculty members, SYLVIA GRAHAN-Hawkins I RANDY GREEN-Tyler SID GRIBBLE-Houston JOHN GRIFFINiD.1llas I CLIFF GRIFFITH-Tyler . JOY LENE GRIGGS Tyler T LARRY oR1MEsOTy1ef 1 DICKIE GROOMS-Tyler l l I I Bl2'l'TYClOI3XVlN Tylur KIZNNY CSOODIJTAU I IIIIIAQN, I-.1. ROY GOODLOIL-D.1ll.1s BOBBY GORI2 sAustin STANLEY GORMAN-Mineola MICHAEL GRAHAIVL-Tyler 1? , A .. 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W: 1 ,' 1 if ' 5- Y 7-- DIXIE GUINN-Rusk JOHNNYE LOU HAMILTON-Tyler PATRICIA HAMILTON- Hawkins JOE HANSON---Mineola RANDY HARDWICK- Houston BILL HARRINGTON-Tyler MIKE HARRIS-Tyler WEBB HARVEY-Tyler GAIL HAYES-Tyler PRISSY HEARN-Malakoff JIMMY I'IELSLEYfDallaS ANN HENSEL-Richardson JAN HENSEL-Richardson DIANA HEXWITT-Tyler RALPH WINFRED HICKS- Tyler LINDA HIGGINBOTHAM- Delhi, La. TOM HILL-Coyuga, Tex. JOHN HIMMEL-Dallas JOHNNY HOLLAND- Madisonville JIM HOLLOXVAY N-Filllat "AKA LAKA CHING, AKA LAKA CHOWQ' yells athletic supporter Dave Buck, Alpha Delta Chi president, at one of the Friday morning pep rallies before an Apache home game. Though ADX played n major role in school spirit, this particular yell doesn't seem to phase two football players in the background. RANDALL HONEYCUTT- ,-K ,Q Big Sandy 11"- DELAYNE HOUSTON- Tyler ROGER HGWELL--Tyler ' i.,.,,f J 57' ,' A I 4 3 SHARON HOWELL-Arp U SUSAN HOWES-Tyler 'W' S HARVEY HUFFSTETLER- fe Q ' Waxahachie MARY HUMBER-Tyler , L 1' 0 A ' a J! USB Y' 1 X ,' , f1if"'1' 'Rf iff? . ' MARTY HUNTER-Port Arthur NAVYE J. ISABELL-Tyler 'Fi' MARK JACKSON-Beeville RUTHIE FERN JACKSON- Tyler 'af-' KXVJ -'wa 45 ALLEN HOWARD-Troup "' ' 'Y "' -.....f 5,-, f' RONALD JENNINOS Affllrand Sklline ,fx f A GARY JESSIE-Tyler Jw Li A ,, , NIRUND QNICKJ JIVASANTIKARN- 3, g:,,, ' QA' ' Lmnpnng, Thailand y3'5H+,.fQQ,g-,V A Q Q KATHERINE JOHNSON- ATy1ff MARY JOHNSON-Tyler MARY E. joHNsoNiTy1Qf STANLEY JOHNSON- Houston ROGER IOHNSTON- -v- YU. vo Q of' fb K Ft. Worth JANE JONES-Dallas BENNIE KADLECEKS BRL vis KERR- Angler 4:-A W Houston G Qi "W-r av 1' ,, 7 , , :HWY , BONNIE IEAN IxELLY A 'rv' 'AW ' Tyigf LINDA KELSEYA Jfyler RA' KITNTAA-Tylfr 5' 3,5 3. I 7 f f 4,32 3 Q. 1 , ? KW A if ffwi' x I I We if KZ?-wb! , .f',, , ,kw 9 I J. L.. SANDRA KOLB-Tyler RODNEY LAMBERT T 1 BILL LARGE-Tyler f'-5, A '75 IV! -I 1, , jg: A552 'ff . .4 .rms ' ' fa, V iff' " '- X My? if Q 1 Cv ' 7, TA? ,mfg ' '-. .45 422 I 445-Q' 3 ,Z 'ffkf if ,X -up 259:-u-f' 1. , 552 CONTEMPLATING THE STUDENT CENTER an art student seems deet IH thought on one of h1s dzuly assxgnments Trees and benches around campus provided good "nrtist1c ctmplnq grounds md cool shided study lrets DANNY MAUK-Dallas CANDY MAYOeHurst SHARON MCCARTERE Tyler MARYLYN MCCLENDON- Troup ELTON MQCOY-Tyler JOHNNY MCCRARY-Tyler JOE MCDANIEL-Dallas SUSAN MCDANIEL-DeSoto DAVID MCDONALD- Gmnd Saline DANA K. MCINTOSH LARRY MCKENZIE DANIEL MCKINNEY-Tyler 1907 7lfErv-v md 5 X, ...,.,,,,, -wa-gpnwf nw, ,.-ga, , ,M " ng.,,.,A +1':::' A W 1-1 G 'n-.xx fjeiffan 79 Q, - gf Y Q E 'L A -A f "Q f --.hs ' ,, f if 1 ll! 1 'I HARRILYN KAYE McMILLAN -Tyler ALLEN RAY MCNEAL- Gladewater I RONNIE 'MCRUIZ-Tyler ALAN MELHISER-Owensboro, Ky. NEIL MICHAEL-Scroggins, Tex. SHERYL LYNN MILLER-Dallas 1' . --,no yf SER' 'r l l l l THE TXWO FACES OF J. NW. JOHNSON 3 Left: Choir director j. XV. johnson is all business , while he directs the singing Apaches. In 1967, the Choir added to pep rally spirit while leading A schnols in the Alma Mater. Rigbf: Preparing for the annual TJC homecoming celebration this year, Y l l STEVE MILLER-Dams i SHARON ANN MILLIGAN ' l ., 5 I, 'uf' ,R 'Xilin- -Centerville A CHUCK MILLS-Dickinson BOBBY MIMS-Jacksonville A l l f u , ' A JANET MITCHELL-Houston an Q., , 'Y !,,,, ' ' DANA MONTGOMERY- ,l 4 -A Midland 1, W ,,x, KAREN E. MOORE-Tyler ., l, 1 A 'f7f""r'l 'My' PAM MOORE-Dallas W , a it ,l ivin Qi wise? . 1 , ,-- .... ,...1- . we--,2,.-4-K-.... . . ... .... --.., ,,A,.-t,:i.,-....,,,,- ....,....,,....... Y hi!! PAT MOORE ATroup RUTI-llli MAE MOORlY4Tyler PAM MORRISeD.1llr1s JULIE MORRISONeM.mila, Philippines johnson rehearses members of the choir in their songs and halftime procedures. The Singing Apa- che's best performance of the first semester was MAXINE MQSLEY-Tyler turned in at the Tyler-Kilgore halftime show. KAY M0SS,ABrOv,nSbOrO BUDDY MULLEN-Tyler EDWARID MLlNNeLindale MICAI-I JEAN INIURPHY- New Summerfield MARY ANN NARRAMORE --Tyler Wt:-uni? WILLIAM NECTOUX- Groves, Texas SUSAN NELMS-Houston it KENNETH NIPPiVan NANCY NORRIS-Tyler i i IV' ,.., i 'V' 4 fm' Q xxx! 3 I ke, . I . .Al IC' ..i,f ff 5-is I -.a x, .A ,f .2 ik'-: XVVfxXX5'A 'mm K S ,, Y' I. , 'Tvs K. . wr I83 KAY NUNNELEE-Tyler KEN NUNNELEE-Tyler PAT ODOMsTyler BOB O'KEEEE-Houston OLLIE FAY OLIVER Tyler JOHN PACE-Tyler JOHN PALMER-Tyler GENE PANTLE-Dennison, Ill. GARY PARKER-Dallas SHARON PARKER-Tyler ELMO PARSON-Big Sandy RONALD PATERNOSTRO Dallas HAROLD PATTERSON- Edgewood MIKE PAYNE+Tylc:r BEN PEGUES-Mineola TROY PENNINGTON- Gf.lIWCldDd STAN PENNOfQKf---D.1llL1S GAY LYNN PETTIGREXXL- ' Houston EARLENE PLTTISsTylcr RIF H ARD PETTIS-Tyler 5 ff? dunno-P' vagnnf' -4- "Ni if 'N-...., 5?-F" l"f"'5 'FDR W 'Wx , 'fu N of , Q , , 'rug o f' I' -.A - 1e,f?M'.. 3 ,Q fvzhprp I 4 ofiivfzzeiw -',. YT K jab. . um, ,Ugg ,.,,. - M m 'Y -ur"""" ,149 73 -...M7 -I T' .s .sau-yr 1" 'F"c-2"u-" -5.5 , . X, rf? A Q., 'ix ':'fff?5lf2f5"f:2. ' 'hes-x CS 2. Ma xW..J'3 ou. C1AYI.IZPIIII,I,IPS Mmy. I DUI 'CI SI. PIIQRRIQ Iylur DONNII2 PINKIZRTCJN A Tyler DONNIIZ If. PINKIIRION Tyler LIENIQ PITTINIAN Quitm.m Tux. DONALD B. ELI 'NK Cr.1mI Saline SYLVIA PQSS' EIXI.1rsI1.1II INIARLENE POXVERS Arlingtun DEAN PRATHITR-EAIIw.1 ,qi-5 BILL PYLI2 'Bon Wfhculcr, ,vm k Tux. EIA' DONALD RADCQI-IIfI7E Tyler 'cm 'fr LINDA RADEMACHER-M up XVJCU I " 'I55'Q'? I I ,. wtf, fun we-w df 1" gig, ' -4 ,fl ,N In-fr , M, ,H -A s A' 'M xi I , 3 ' 4 Aff" 223' uf' 1 '75 ,T we lilil , , H- 1.-I 11. I ,, 1?"',1?" I E r. ', tl 42.9" -U Q- I a....: if iggggaa ...fa A - S Ill - ' I-I I Ill 5 ' :aa : ::: 3 'Sql I 'W-ll I -gl 3 .E ina '1 6, E E ,Al l. Q --Q-1 I ' 0 M , V in V , was--,Q 'YY .' 1 N , Y, Q , .r . 'v L 1- .- .. ,. -a I -- - f-it If S c , , K .. ,-"': ' , 9 A 11:5 " 3 5' I' I .xx I .- X I '.-'..5f'1, J ,I ' ':. A I R 'L far -XI . . . I Q I A . " ' 'E J' ' I ' T I I ff Ah' 'ai ,riff-X' I I 5 W A, X 2 A E y ,L ' 4 IL Y .1 I Y . tx xi ' 1 5 '. ,,g,,QM.rj: 1. ,x i JAZZ BAND MEMBERS march to L1 packed Teepee for the homswmimg pup mlly l85 2 V x x J qi i 1 1 I 1? 1 RANDY RAINES Alvin W 5 F U fl 3i -44 u I l Li 'Q JOE SCOTT RAMSEY-wCenter '7' 5 SUZETTE RAWLINGS-Tyler W H LI 6 11 1 Li fl CHRISTINE REED-Tyler fn KEN REISOR--Tyler ' DON RENFRO--Tyler j-.idx N, Mew, I "'T':4"'.' f..,,,.,gr an-an L s BILLY JOE REYENGAM Port Nechcs LES RHOADES-Marshall ,,-N SYLVIA ROBERSON-Tyler DELANE ROBERTS-Tyler fvvx 11773 'C"""V BRIENDA IlOBI?RTSON- Lliflliill sfn. LINDA ROISITRLISONM- M" Rid1.1r.l'su11 VR ANK P, ROBIYSON4 Cfcprmtuvillu f 'ey' Y KAY Romw SONW-f-QL1it1111111 1, JD ' .........................................C:L -- L L - ...Q-mi S4 uA',, ffi 4, 1 f TRENDA ROBINSON-Tyler Y .,, Zffffnwm . . ' SELL 'IV' ' ' iff?-ali ff" ff .ff W V 1 , f 1 X ,ff .af 1' fix, Q It 6 x .4 I f I 1 1 H, gwv, RON ROEBUCK-Glnclcwatcr 1012 ROZELLE-Rusk W f , , X.-1' 4 Zuvg ef' 1-'ffa N RANDY ROSS-Garland PAT RUTI-IERIIORD-Rusk BARBARA SAGEBIEL-Dg1II.1s - f , J , . f" n -I 4321411 Jw, u 1' ' ff--. 9 707' ik I A ' I ' uf -'-2 ..,., .., It 'sr , ,f ,f fl ,,, 5 fr' .IACQUELYNE SANDERS- Tyler JUDY SCHXVERTNER- Sfhwcrtncr, Texas ,IEANNIIE SCOTT-Tyler JI IDY SCOTT-Tyler ELVIS SESSIONS-New Summerfield BILL SI-IANI-IOLTZ-Tyler DIANE SHARP-Troup LUCILLI2 SHARPER- Wfinnsboro if 5 ,JA W 'S Q... X 1 XYOIID YOU BELIEVE THE SUPREMES? No, but jaquelync Sumlcrs, Naxyc Isabell, Kathy johnson and Ruth johnson ILIFIMKI in unc III the hr-st pcrforrnariccs of the highly successful lIIIIItcII.IImy thc tirst semester. They call themselves the Inspirations. CAIIULYN SI-I AWP f Graml S.1linc LYNIDA SHAXV BuII Wlitlrrlcr TERRY RAY SHERlNIAN V.uI IIOHNESHINN-Edom, ' Q' 'fu " ' Tex, f'F IQVTSL -ww-""?' i SUE ANN SIMPSON Port Arthur DIOYCIE SKACLiS Tylcr MARLIN SKINNER- MinCol.1 -I Sl 'SAN SMART? -Tyler tiff? I fini! . I is 4' .at S157 'T' Nj? -...V ,.,,,, xXNl'l'.I SMITII fI'ylcr ISIT I Y SM l'l'l II "I'ylt'r CQIIARI IS S.NII'l'lI Ouitmm 58 iii' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I BRI 'cli SNIIDER Swan IQENNETHSNOXV Big S.1mly CHARLES SOAPE, --'l'ruup LINIDSEY SPARKS W-'I'upcl0, Miss. BEVERLY ANITA SPENCER ffTylcr GENE SPURGEONHTJ-lef STEVIE sT1zWART Ty1Cf TRAVIS sToDcsH1LL4ry1ef MARY JANE STRINGER- Tyler JAMES SL7BLETTEATylcr RAYMOND TADLOCK- Houston JOSEPH TAJANwH0u5tor1 LARRY TA LBOTT-Palestine KENNETH TALBURT- Grand Srrlinc JOSEPH G. TATSCH Tylcr ROBERT THOTNIPSON- Irving CHARLES THOMPSON- Tyler JERRY THOMPSON- Richmrlson MIKE THYING-Big Wfhcclcr RICHARD TINSLEY-XVJCO I89 WWN. 'fi new .XX .I 's '53 V -nr 0 v qlnhiwjf-gg. fin. 4 R ' we ' S , ff if f 1 we fi! W . 5 ' 'I ir, in 53 W ,X-vf . 'K tv 'fs :LX 4 if?-. , . H ff' ' -:A.. Vf' A J f,:'i , ,,, , L., ,kg PAUL TIPTON-Waco CONNIE TOMLIN-Bullard DANNY TOWNSEND-Cnrrollgon NANCY TRAMMELL-Ft. Worth JANE TUNNELL-Van RONNIE TYLERHTy1ef so Je sn ff .1 ff X -wsfv' fa? .f 'xref TJC PEP RALLIES TOOK ON A NEW LOU this year as the student senate and various organizi tions turned out in full force to encourage the fx TERESA TYLER-Tyler JACQUE UNTERSEE-Tyler MARK URBACH-Tyler ROBERT UZZELLE-Tyler LEE VEAL-Azle, Tex. VICKI VITTITOW-Tyler JANE NWALKER-Tyler JOHN NWALL-Tyler --1:1 ,mamma-::n::'--1-iw-e--M uv --n.---f----F ------ -- --+- --nA-A-- - -- 5 in - haf, qi P L fl i E I 5 s I ball squad. The Cheerleaders also worked ox ertrme rn securrng fraternities and sororities to present GARY WEIR-Tyler NED WELCH-Dams BEN wELMAKERHT,1ef JANICE WHATLEY- Winrrsboro SHERRY WHITE- Gladewater JIMMY WHITEHEAD Tyler JAN XVI-IITUS-Tyler IANICE L. WIGGINS- Indianapolis, Ind. 5-......-Y Y I.. f'TZ"'4-'sv 79 'cffrfrf Q'9'nmcp qv, 5 4:12. 2 .5595 JOHN DALE NVILLIAMS-Lufkin JUDY XVILLIAMS-Brenham LILLIE DELORES XWILLIAMS-Tyler LINDA WILLIAMS-Dallas CYNTHIA XVILSON-Dallas LOUISE XVILSON-Tyler 'K'- HELEN WOMACK-WhitChOL1S6 HAROLD XVOODALL-Grand Saline JAMES BURKARD-Garland , .. ROY DEAN WOOTEN-Tyler , ,V JOHN WRIGHT-Troup W 4 J , f uf' f .,, DON SHUHART-Tyler Q' ' ' 'C-45" ,"'1:V, 1 5,1-5v',f 3, , FRESHMEN 1' f. 4175 1. .V ,W 7,4 4514- ,. , ,1f,:'j , . ' 'ff' .1-,:, W ,5 . , .,,,,.w ..., ,,,. ., , ' 1' A " -Q C I 4- 4-1, 4, 5 C L 11 WWW- fw . ,,.f--1.01 F?'F'mf V.. wv f ,-fm HV1 , -- niwgrg A- - 1i3"9f4f3fqz-'fx swf V . , swf. .,,,, ,,41'gf,,,' ,-vwfmm ,Wi . , A -f, -vs' f W 1 ff' , .9 vb I M .. , ,gmagkv 12 .AA .1 -turf 1 in J QR WJ" s X' r..,..fQ' .,-' ,Q s-sf' Freshman Class Officers jonathan XXfest-Prefiffwzf Dick B211dWill-VfL'6-Pl'6J'jlf6IIf Lynn Hearlme-Sev1'efm'y 4953? E V 1 ! I I 1 . I I A 4 r I I W + -1.1 DOUG ABELL-Cedar Grove N , -J- JAN ABERNATm:W.1f0 CHARLOTTE ACREE+Longview DONALD ADAIR-Tyler F. Bl. ADAIR, -IR.-Tyler RONALD ADAIR--Tyler INIARY ADAMS-Van CANDY ADAMS-Cincinnati, Ohio KATHLEEN ALEXANDER-- Tyler DONNY ALLEN-Tyler JANICE ALLEN-Tyler JO-LYNNE ALLEN-Dallas XVILLIAM ALLEN-Abilene WILSON ALTON-Grand Saline CATHY ANDERSON-Dallas CHERYL ANN ANDERSON-- Tyler RANDY ANDERSON--Dallas JAMES ANDREWS-Tyler JANICE ANNEX-De Soto RAMSEY ARMSTRONG- Houston JOHN ARNOLD-Tyler PATRICIA ANN ARNOLD- Tyler MILTON ASCHNER-Dallas ANN ATNIP-Linclale ff' "F':-av dT"j'-p- " ' Wm :Vw , -Hf.1,1f f l C ff Q FRESHMEN -,I af- 105 ! .. - 1, " ,R -af' Nm I It FRESHMEN ,. -..4 , ,H 4,-' ' Q A .V . aw? I Q mgql ' ff if ' 'Rafi ifigfx , X 'Q 1-gk I If 6 45 I f 1 ' ', .1 W, at If V ff if .9 an ' fini, 'MN Q '-4 ,V 'Y 5 ufj Tv' ,T-...gr ,. -I Iwi Ex X .,,: W 'ww ' ' , GLENDA AUSTIN-Tyler DONNA BAKER-Hurst DWAYNE BAKER-Tyler HAROLD BAKER-Tyler L' f"""' ', rlf il Ah' ' If A I 5: fr' fy III ' SANDY BALUSEK-Tyler , 0 -wwf R. , li If . Q, .qVi:+w'iY '+f'f'fE " , A' Iigeiisbflf ' f .4 3 I x W, -5,1 li -gpwfg ffiya 4 - - -A Rl v I ,,'ixx2'ZQxGgl'i-. I -,,p :,-.... . , , V ' ' . 1 I "' 4' If DAVID BAMFORD-Dallas DANNY BANISTER-Mt. Vernon ' Q19 jf SHIRLEY BARCROFT-Tyler ' s J, Q I 'x XI xi! 5+ Qu. " Q 'N It I cf,,f3" . - X xg-xv 'W' l 5 . R I R f ff .- fav W I Au- fn: f-If ,,, 'Gb 1 i Q' N 5. 'K f-4 .,.- 0? 'i f sv v. ' A 9 ' I .Wi w 1-3. vt'----r "' 5: u.,,,.,., iz A 'Us --.4 .Ly ,I 1 iff! :mf J I X A RR fi RICK BARRETT-Tyler LINDA BARRON-Tyler SCOTTY BARTLEY-Grand Saline LINDA BAUMANNATroup RHODA KAREN BEALL-Tyler THOMAS BEALL, JR.-Van PHYLLIS BECK--Tyler BYRON BEDWELL-T,I1ff CARLA BELL-Tyler BECKY BELLOMY-Tyler MARILYN BENNETT-Houston ROBERT BENSON-Tyler PHIL BERRY-'Chandler LORRAINE BERTINET-Tyler JAMES MICHAEL BESSONETT- Tyler DIANNE BISCOE-Bullard 5' hmNmimil1i 31r- Y' -- 7 J 1. 7 , 7 J .- I JS' - 1- gn. of 94:1 wlv1 .mira YOU CALL THIS ORGANIZATION? was the cry heard from many freshmen embarking on their first ordeal, popularly called regrstra tion. PI-IYLLIS ANN BLAIR-Tyler JOHN BLASINGAME-Garland DEBBIE BOENKER-Lewisville JACKIE BOGGIO-Lindale ANITA BOLEN-Corsicana DAVE BORDERS-Fr. Worth BEVERLY BOSWORTH-Tyler DORAN BRADBERRY-Grand Saline PAT BRADY'-Tyler MARGARET BRECHEEN- Mineola DAVID BREITHALTPT-Dallas BOBBY BREXVER-Tyler BARBARA BRIN-Dallas DONNA BRITTAIN-Tyler CHARLES BROOKS-Waco ANN BROXWN-Shreveport, La. CV' +43 Q it 4,1 2 f 1r""Y ff' IVY- "5-"Y 4f"'V ,' We if .4 'fi I .I 4, .firy YM.. LZ? 2 ,Q '1"'d"f Wm .4--f" WG' A 4- "7.,:'ZA."' A , J, Q. ,fr "2 gf 1 1 3' ,1 ' 9 4. AV f RL., r 'Q .-. zf' 'N 1 1 4 V? I if ' J A .Au IE . f f-'? Iffwlfmf " I ,I ,, fx I 'X 9 .fi -L13 I . gr l 's 1 -iy ',,a-.GN f 'Y f"fV 2?I"W4of N ir ft F I I I S J I JAMES BRovcfN-Lindale '72 JOE BROWN-Dallas 40 1,2 LENA BROWN-Madisonville VONNIE BROWN-Dallas 1 7' My YW I 'W ' I I ff Q! :vs 478 ,ss JO ANN BROYLES-Houston TRUDY ERUMEELOW-Tyler DIANE ERUSTEIN-Dallas I ,R I, he 4, SUSAN BLTZZE-Waco 10" 1' A VICKI JEAN BRYANT-Tyler "' JANE BURKS- Baton Rouge, La. KAY BURSEY-Ft. Worth 6' 7 PATSY BURTON-Orange I W 31 V I ,V 1,11 ' , I,,r ,kfffflff ' I, 5 f ':f.3? 2 5 A I Ig, 4 0' My f I M , 'I ' , ,M I-gg,-R Y PERRY BUSH-soufh Chatan, I 'ai Y" , 'ff' 3: A Mass. 3 - f, ' Q 5 :Q MIKE BYRD-Rusk 1 - , 1 I , CHRIS CACAS-Terrell GAIL CADOTTE-Dallas 'fx I f i i ,, R I rf -I - I A Q f WELL, I REALLY DIDN'T XVANT AN EIGHT O'CLOCK CLASS-But thats the way it went at both first and second semester I regnstratxons. I I I,.,w:I'!II .I f X, I , , ! I N253 J . Ii Ex I I H A:,b4,,I, z , I -A '. -I 1-f,","' Eff: , ,,'y,,"- , f. 1, 3 . 4 .I,v.z- -. 3,1 4 .. -A , '.f'f,,m f - Fi, 5,-33201 E, .,4.'f., Z" . .. ..-' QL.:-15'-. -,. ' oy, ' 'v,,"'l,,' ., f Kfrzfw-:g1'f' ' .,'m, 'I . I .,...-.- . gigsfeil 09- uf, H H, -., . ' ' ., -Yikffl'-AX"-I'-I , Ha., 'HU N, ," f,, . I -,gq.5I--' ,, R r,,,,'-,, 4' , ,, uh ln if . FH: 2' A . "' 'w "H 7'4,"f4,'l flfua, 'Q 1 I 1"., 3 ' ' " "'1W'?'-' n , "I ' 'rr "4 fa 'a ' "' 'i, ii fu k?-5I-T-,'.' " . ' "::'f'vn:"'v1"f41C", A . - .I I 4.-I f. ' I f, W 1 Jqyf, lfl,'g2Ii,l,:J1., ' , I ' ,,,u.,':U,,:4n,"f N Q Q Z' gl-SJW ' , f., f. "w,:'f. fn " -' ' 'fF?5lJf'7?i'151 J 'ff I - ...if I khvwwirilixnlmwxsxxlsrxlwfwarwaulurrxlna I4 viwnsnuIn1lnnmx1fu.wnlhnn1u.-..:i-2.i-- -- nu--ll 4:5 ' W' .1 1.,-- Ju -A PAT CAIN-Tyler JUDY CALAXWAY-Tyler JUDY CALDXVELI.-Hughes Springs RUBI E CA LDXY'EI.I.-Tmup MIKE CALDVUELL-Dallas CAROL CALHOON-Longview LYNN CALLISON-Round Rock ALICE CAMP-Tyler BILL CAMPBELL-Dallas BILL CAMPBELLmTy1ef ZEB CANTLEY-Bullard KAY CARPENTER-Chicota RONNIE CARPENTER-Silsbee ORVIN CARROLL-Grand Saline MARSHA CARSON-Richardson GLENN CARTER-Tyler ROSE CASH-Tyler GARY CASTLEBERRY-Mineola JACK CASNWELL-Tyler JUDY CASNWELL-Tyler DAVID CATLETT-Hawkins CHUCK CAUTHEN-Tyler BENNY CHAMBLESS-Dallas WILLIAINI CHATMAN- Galveston fi 'Dix 1 E5 2 4,3 NT if ..z f W4 -v' . ,P" , ,'s'.A, Y Y " , ' A A M712 ' x 'Y S7 V 1 A573 J 1 L I J A, 1.4. 4 I'- "','x.' H. I ff A 'X Q ' 3,1 fi, ',l74?" . ' I fl. f 1 I" J, Y. 3 ,J 1:7 -, Q ,N ik, w y v I rv uf 2 M- .fl,7 R ' ' R - I ,1 FRESHMEN , Q L' V um 'ff 3 A -V 2.1 : M' "5 -A ' wr fi .QM--D ' V "-' x . 41 Wil 1 ll- "Tv if L! 1 - : lx b A 'vi qu- ' . L-. Cx 1 f L .. ,, I , fa A " IS 1 "f"'L' Q -""KA 2 :gY?:f5'f .V A N- f , 5. .- fn I VA 5 , J fx ,J 4.,. N L J Nz, 'D Z 'vi . ' 422' 'si 1 . , r 2, 21 IA f T 1 K V 41 L sf-2, Q fm 3 "" , , -.1 Q"i"' l 'ix I' A ' wx - ff . At 1 X ff L ll JN 1: I 1 'Sf' Ax f' "-V if .-" A H 'Wm' "L 2 L,LL. -2 V . XY, J K . I ' 19 ' LQ.. ' C X 1 Xa A1 '-Q. .ar,1,j Z, I x A A .,. 3 wi N , ' 'SQA W t L W 4 ' , A .1 V X: ' J, V, ,ii ,X-1, f V' Q: :far E fx fnnshl I99 ,.,f-- 3t:' ' -J , ,, I 1-',,,3yf141l:25 -' X V I x wb ' 'P ,Iv f jg " -ox f . v- , -U YK R , 1 4' 1 '24' YW' , , ,Q v - 3 If ,z ,4 FRESHMEN LWB K 'wvwrfl N. '95 KA! ' ' Q, , ,. I, ' K' 4 ,, .R I ,R , R R as L ' 3 - ff' 3 Q. :gf Q sfjij! 5 K . ' , mA' O .435 Q 2 5? Y .y . '. iii I Q- 1 1 It ,, 1 ',., i 4 Q- I 'I 4 ,fi ,..,,. 1 "W" A , R - - , I 1 Q 1 1:59 Fr gavage, f A v ,I ffm' 1-A455 , N 'tw 'X . 3 , f I ,, " I K K ,QMNX , W' f2 l ' ,A I 'W 1. ,,, ' .- , 5 Bw 1 3 3 1 3,15 ,fx rw.. 16 -vu wr .09-. '75 ' 0 , 1. ff -KN' gi A f " ,N V 39,5 Vw - . 1 M : Q' 'Yfg' , ' ' - ' fi fy? 21311 I 1 ' , 1. Y 4. .r- in 'J ff , 1 .Q ' 1 ..... ... H 'H QI' '-?T?2?i5?Q'- . Us X.. . V ' L I I ... 4 an-4 Q, I A 5 K N. r- , Q mfs . ' 5' -.. F. J -Q V-f ,,.--Y ....r M i , Ml H 1I .1l . CRAIG CHESLEY-Tyler RUSSELL CI-IILDERS-Mesquite SYBIL CHRISTOPH-Houston COOKIE CLARIZIO-Dallas RUSTY CLARK, JR.-Bridge Cify PEPP1 CLEMENS-Mineral Wells ROBERT CLEMENTS-Houston HARRY CLIFFORD-Grand Saline PEGGY COFFEY-Lewisville CHARLES COLEMAN-Tyler SANDI COLEMAN-Tyler SCHERRY LYNN COLEMAN- Paris NEAL COLLOM-Tyler CONNIE COLSTON-Hastings, Mich. RONALD COMPTON-Garland DAVID CONLEY-Tyler KAY CONN-Tyler JOANNE CONNALLY-Tyler TOMMY CONNALLY-Tyler DIANNE COOKE-Terrell MARY COONEY-Tyler THOMAS COOPER-Tyler JOE CORTEZ-Dallas MAXEY ALLEN COURTNEY-- Ben XX'hf:eler fl x MARTI COX-Ln Habra, Calif. "I LIEBYcRAIfT-WIIISPOIAI A , "5 DIANE CRAWFORD-Tyler 1, PHILLIP CREED-Tyler LQ , , . I., ' IM' K ' I iy ' I Z 9 ff A Mt I : , I A I JERRY CRLIEIP-Hughes springs , J X I KAREN CRLISE-Tyler 'f fy Mg ' I V ' TOM CURLIN-XVaI-:ahachic ' A f ' :N 1 ,, E DONALD W. DANILLS-Lindale ,Q Sv-f-ff X -P W 5, 1 1" I 4 1 K 'lf AF LYNDA DARK-Whitehouse DONALD DAVIS-Canton GAIL DAVIS- GZIIILIUC1 HOWARD DAVIS, JR.--Tyler I -If M , A N ? A X ROLAND DAVIE-Grand Prairie f ' it f "IA ,nj ANN DEAN-IIIQEIISOAIYIIIQ I U M 1 ' WANDA DEAN-Tyler I ' .I 5 BILLY JACK DEEN-Canton ' ' I f 3 I Q. 0 M443 ' my 10 1 lb r., Da. I 4 r-IQ, 17' 'fb t-SQ ' A 7. I X.. 9.61 QP' 1 '-.4 INR X" IGOTIT! But from the-'looks of the three intramural gridstcrs the ball got the best of this pass attempt. U I 1 U I E 5N.I.tt 28X iv- "-:'Q D-url 2OI THOSE UPS AND DOXVNS were evident even in the Apache Belles, This, l1uxx'exe1', was but one of the many new routines performed lwy the Belles before packed stadiums from TJC to Whshington, Dr C 4 If 6 fr 1 .- -I Fil ij-rf' .M A . , . 5 2 Ysf , V: 'L . k. lhq yjag-gg - . R GQ, Al' 4125 'I " .1 325. ...X NANCY DELLAR-Tyler MARYLEE DEMENT-Tyler DIAN DERRICKSON-Waco DEBBIE DENY'-Dallas JANIS DICIiERSONAGrancl Saline RICHARD DICKSON-Tyler JIMMY DINGLER-Tyler DIANE DOLBERRY-Tyler JEAN-YVES DONES-Tyler LOYD D. DOXVD-Hawkins BOB DOXVNS-wXY"11terlmm, Iovxa GEORGIANNA DRENNAN- Tyler BOB DRISKELI.-Dallas JIMMY DUKES-Columbia, Mo JIM DVNLAP-Garland PEGGY DUNLAP-'Dallas "'. x if -Aviiil " Q- 5,5 ' I ,- :SPE , ' EI' .. 1,2 I, T A :N , . ., . , gif. 14. R-3? Elgin :gif Q' --4-v FRESHMEN Yr? f J 'S . , - Y X ggi 'iii fyr Y' EZ' . 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Z., 5' un: f F RAYMOND FONTENOT-Port Arthur CLEMESTINE FORD-Tyler SHARAN FORD-Tyler SHARON IfRAKESfX5Uaskom I VELORA FRANKLIN-Tyler MARTHA FRANTZEN-Palestine PHYLLIS FREEMAN-Tyler JOE FRENCH-Grand Saline SHIELA FUNDERBURGH- Richardson GENENE GALLOWAY-Quitman RICHARD GARGUS-Lancaster THELMA GARRETT-Tyler THETA GARRETT-New Summerfield NANCY GASKILLNDall:1s JENNY GASSETT-Tyler LOLA MAE GATES-Tyler I I SAEID GHANDEHARI-Tehran, Iran DAVID GIBSON-Dallas LEXVIS GIBSON, JR.-Nederlcnd RONNIE GILBERT-Tyler I I I I I I I I JAN GILLEY-Tyler EARL GILMORE-Beaumont , RICHARD GLADDEN-Palestine I MICHAEL GLASS-Frunkston I ...J- DESTRUCTION TO INIILLION DOLLAR BUILDING A thc bulll fans m Il s fclrth from he clmpus mill um 1 xxl lnffmu lv to believe a new 31 IT1llll0I1 lxbmry vs ould reiult THOINIAS GOBER+'I'ylCr LANA GOISLE-Tyler SID GOFFfN.1cugLloclues DENNIS GOLDI5ERGfRichmoncl Va, GLADYS GOLDENfXVinom CONNIE GOLSTON-Arlington CAROLYN GOODXVIN-'Wills Point PHILIP E. GORDON-Bullard CATHY GRAHAM- Limlnle LINDA GRANTfTyler NIKE GRAY-Tyler SHERRY GRAY-Tyler INIIKE GREGORY-XVLICO TED GREGSON-jacksonville DAVID GRIFFIES-Tyler STEVE GRIEFITI-I-Glnclewater if Y .fo ff- , 5132 jig ff A , ff- 17 , ,f ,Q ., f v' 22' ,..fg'f, 'A Q:-N.-.., -....,v Ty! 'dana' -D f ldd "r, f R ,'r-,hx 'ltr'-9' ,gg-.. 1:-19' H, tf"'T! Qs., kb. 1 1 ", ff'-' ,gs JF l CAROL GUCICH-Lindale 4 MAC GUSTAFSON-Dallas 5 DON GUSTOVICH-Elyria, ohio 5 CRAIG HAEsLY-Tyler il I i l l l l THOMAS HALE-Tyler MARTHA HALL-Tyler , NANCY HALLE-Dallas i SANDRA HAMILTON-Hawkins li il ll 'n lr : l l I Il l 1 XVILLIAM HANSON-Houston WALTER HARBUCK-Tyler 4 JACK HARDESTY-Dallas ll A. L. HARGRAVES, JR.-Lufkin ll il l P ll l 4 l l NANCY HARLESS-Grand Saline l JIMMY HARPERAGHIIAAA fl RONNIE JOE HARPER- l Rockwall 5. BETTY HARRELL-Lindale Q l l l l THAT TRAPPED FEELING-Sigma Nu pass receiver thought he had 11 big gun until he found the gap plugged with several BSU players. Sigma Nu found enough holes to win the Championship, -ax. 'pw 2 . I f fr' If A , A ' . l l i e l i l l i JUDY HARRINGTON-Tyler WAYNE R. HARRIS-Tyler CYNTHIA HARRISON-Tyler DAVID HARRISON-Tyler MIKE HARRISON-Troup JERRY HASTING-Tyler CAROL HATHCOX-Hawkins FRANK HAXX'ES-Dallas HATTIE HAWKINS-Tyler ELLEN HAYS-Houston LYN HEARNE-Colombia, South America CHARLES HELVIE-Nederland CINDY HENDERSON-Tyler BARBARA HENDRIX- Nederland PAM HENDRY-Afp DOROTHY JEAN HENSON- Winnsboro WILLIAINI HENSON-Grand Saline GAY NELL HICKS-Lindale JANICE HILLS-Tyler CAROLYN I-IOBBS-Van DIANNE HOLDITCH-Tyler SHARON HOLLAND-Dallas EDWIN E. HOLLIMAN-Tyler DEDE HOLT-Gilmer iff '75 E75 1 'V'- X r ,f-., Aw- 1 ,f "M-uf x Egg, H "Ti fi, fi ty Es, Y PENNY HONEYCUTT-Big Sandy WALTER HOOD-Shreveport RAYMOND HOOPER-Tyler KATHY HOPPERS-Tyler PATTI HORTON-Tyler ROSIE T. HUBBARD-Texarkwna JIMMY HUDGENS-Van LARRY HUFF-Tyler MELISSA HUIE-Dallas LYNDA HULSEY-Tyler SHARON HUNNICUTT-Tyler JOYCE HURST-Waco MICHAEL HUTSON-Tyler RICHARD HYMER-Terrell JIMMY HYNDS-Tyler BILL ISOM-Dallas DONNA IVEY-Tyler DONALD JACOBS-New York SHARON JENEHBERG-Houston BILLY JERNIGAN-Afp CAROL ANNE JOHNSON- Latexo ELMER LEE JOHNSON-BuI1afd JO ANN JOHNSON-Hurst MIKE JOHNSON-AmnfIII0 RUTH FAYE .lOl-INSON-Tyler THOINIAS JOHNSON-Alice JO ANNA JOINER-Tyler BETSY JONES-'Ht'lLlSliJD XWANDA JONES-Tyler VICKIE JOSLIN-Grand Saline JILL KALLER-Tyler STEVE KALLMAN-Austin MARIE KELLUM-Sugar Land NIKKI KELM-Euless ALAN KENThBeaumont MIKE KEVERYN-Manassas, Va. ROBERT KISER-Tyler COOKIE KNUCKLEY-Wichit Falls DAVE KITTRELL-Dallas SUE KOHLER-Garland .4 I , V .ffl I 'If I ' I I il -A "Eix?":A11 "'E""" r I 4 -! 4' I 3' Q , QC gp! ' T bw me if W! A we ' V -pe'-fx. av-X Tv' 'B ,J x ' Inv- 3 Q X 1 gf ,..d'1.4f'LGi 1 J 9' ' ,vs 'N 3. 27 CHARMING CONTESTANTS line up at the annual homecoming pep rally at the Fountain Plaza in downtown Tyler The pep rally and homecoming was called by exes "the best TJC has ever had." . " 209 Y lv 2 I I 'MI NR vm ' francs ,.,..1 ,. N , , ,S ' 5' ' 1, 1 'W , Wi? . grffgfffrau ,, V 4' .V XJ' 15. V, ' 12... ,".f. 7 V ,H I 4 luv' IAN cvs "5 K, - """f7 IKQSL-A --'I Q. rf' I -I t I X ' Lb 4-,H I 4- , ' -' -V ,.v, .4 ff? ,Q ' it , I X fm as-. fait 'as ,- , ,1 0? wi IJ In I 'N ,- f 2'-J' I X f Q2"I',t f O - .--.ful-.-U. 3-fb f,4',""Tp N Q f 'N QI 1 Z 4 , L , .xv ff , j. 4-,Q -LA! SOPHOMORE PAM MOORE, seemingly grimacing at one of the many after-game dances sponsored by campus organizations, was ac- tually one of hundreds who enjoyed lixc bands throughout the year. KAY KYLE-RLISIQ GARY LA GARD- DJIIIJS CANDY I-AIXII3ATylcr TERESA LAND-Austin BONNIE LANE-Drllas NORRIS LANGFORD, jR.-- Mt. Enterprise LINDA LANGE-Dallas Sl 'SIE LARGEfTylcr PAM I.OL'GI-ILIN-Garlaml LANA LAVENDERXIUWJ Park GLENNA LAXVLER-INII. Pleasant IXIIKE I-AXY'I,EY-C.1t'1Ioll SANDRA LAY+XX'ills Point XYAYNE L. LEAVITT-Dallas STEVE LEDBETTER-Irving GEORGE LEGH-PAGE-Chicago, Ill. ,,,.,,- ,,,,, - - , Qui BARBARA LENNOX-Dallas BOBBY LEXVIS-Houston HOLLY CAROL LINDSAY-Rusk GENE LINDSEY-Mobile. Ala. LORETTA LINDSEY-Mesquite XYILMER LITTLE-Tyler KATHY LITTERSTfCwIIcgc Station CATH Y LLOYD-Tyler ASA LOCKHART-Tyler JAMES E. LOCKLEEN-Arp ROBERT LOFEETTE-Mansfield RICHARD LOGAN-Plano TOM LOPEZ-Dallas BARCLAY LOWDER-GIII-esfon .IEN LUCK-Cypress PATRICIA LL'cK-Dams RICHARD LIQTTRELL-Tyler LINDA LIQMPKIN-Livingston HARRIET MADISON-Liberty .IETTIE MADISON-Palestine PEGGY MALLOY-Tyler NINA MALONEY-Duncam-ille GEORGE MANN-XVQCO DAVID MARTIN-Grand Saline 'N X I -f X 1114? LY IC' K . I Q ,,-1 xx .mcg Tx 'll I 11' TSN xxx X ' 1 - f Am 1 ...J I xfifz' . f A rf:-::' -'Rig ,MQ xg, X f- '- r A - 'f . Al ,V V, Y 1 ,"" if V I '13 x In A I ' V , , fr 1' Nj: f Ig- Q 'G -, I x I, 2 .. ,- 'f fi. 2 I ,si ,lr Yin- - f 1 V , 1 'i I lg' V 4' J.. fi' "1" Q-'91 'Y ' AAQAT HYDE' I Gr-'47 x,, C FRESHMEN 1'W-if Ik JDN : 1 Cf Sv-1 xg .df Fm 4-,Q I X ,sr-' -LA of .di l , . 'A -wmv' 481, 19' 43" 1 E5-an , , 1' .ff A 4: x.fA J N., f O.. ,-1-rr fig rw V aw ' Q 3 " 'Q 4. w awww!! ,- ,o . 'W' Q? Am Y Wil img HE ff' 5 ,N "X 1 . . 4 ,E v all 4 K ,,-.M-.. .,.. - Sl -Aa ..,- 5 9 9 413, ft, .X af? its 115 Dwif Y 'T'-22:-v' f FRESHMEN V- A--r 5 xv Lf A fi R , 'YFf?i3td1i'W '- "C .M . I E f' A, AMA A pl fi-as lui? -.3-..-...-.---W ii CAROL MASON-Irving JOHN MASON-Tyler MARTHA MASON-Chrmnelview SHELIA MASSEY-Tyler MORGAN VU. MATTHEXWS- Shreveport, La. CARLA MAXXWELL-Tyler DONNA MAXXVELL- jacksonville PAUL MAXXWELL-Tyler HOWARD MAY-Tyler JERRY DON MAYO-Rusk GEORGE MCCALLA II-Austin RONALD D. INICCLENNY-Tyle SHERRY MCCOY-Tyler STEPHEN MCCOY-Texas City HOWARD MCDANIEL-Canton KENNY MCDANIEL-Garland JIMMIE MCGAHEY-Lindale MARSHA MCGEE- -Trinidad KATHY MCKNIGHT-Houston MIKE MCLEOD-Austin PATTY MCNAMARA-Tyler ALICE MQSPADDEN-Tyler NORMAN MEHLMAN-Dallas KAREN NENDOZA-Dallas I' ...E '5 fir- I SPIRIT, APACHE GUARD STYLE, is exhibited at one of the Friday murning pep rallies. Robert Collins, the dancing Indian, guides wthcr members of the Guard in ringing the traditional bell. BEVERLY IxIII.LsfCImI0n F RICHARD LEE IXIITCHAM- "' ""'- 1 "" Grapevine GLENDA INIITCI-IELL-Tyler s , , MIKE IXIITCI-IELL-Tyler f---- ' , i-, It 7 V 135 A I lv? - B ft 1. ,' 9 ,U A ' V,2tT2.,,L,3,, I.- , N V f Al, ., - J if .P Q1 , y r 1, A ffl IK PAT IIIITCHELL-PI.,IISI0A "' ' LoIs PAYE IIIOELEY-Tyief .G DON IYIOHDN-DIIIIIIS LINDA INIOLLOY-Tyler A ' I 4 ' ' 0 1' 'V Ig, V KI. ,Y 1 A . I 04 -:P'ff1"' .,'f 44 3 Rh ' -'fx' 1 K f DAVID IXIONTGOMERY--Dallas 'YV' if 'W DAVID MOONEY-Hawkins JEAN MOORE-Tyler - ,Y , TOMMY MOORE-Tyler I QW .J .4 31" DIANE RIORPHIS-Garland PEGGY IIIDRPHIS-Tyler GLENDA RIDRRIS- Tyler POLLY MORRIS-Tyler rw' Jyx I,i, .f 2l3 Fill ' 5,37f'77'f3fff" ' ' J ff! .. A , STEVE RIDRTDN-clweland, ,Ib 'Q if .., :af Tex. ig I , ' XX'ILLIAM L. MDRTON-Libeffy ' VA f - -I, Qf! f ROGER Moss-Dallas fl ' V ' ' LINDA MULLINEAUX-Austin .I Z , f if gi A, f WW f 1' ,iffgf f , ,fff ':f' bilWf1"i I .217 f ' I, I,.I I Q JEANNE MUSGRDVE-SIISEEE ff "N MARY MUSSLEXVHITE-Troup CAROLYN MYERS-Ben Wheeler ' ,I , H, RICK NAEDRSYAUSIIA RR T 7 1' ' i Us 1 A I an JANET NALL-Garland "N fy, DAVID NEAL-vidof MARK NEEEETyIef - JENNY NEVUBERRY-Honey 1 va P Grove ' W' s V . W I fl.. 1, viz'-A-I f, 5 ' gl' s .AQA if .' If 'f' 1 fi? 653' A f' , 'iff' 'T ROBERT NIBLACK-Houston ' A I: ,,, f DENNIS NICHOLS-wimsbofo - ' ' PAM NICEIoLsETyIEf .M I T' W "f' DANA NIX-Azle fr ' 'Mil f pf, ZA .f ' ffl , , ff 1175, 1' if-we Ilfln viv'2,5,51lj , A I A . 2 QI. 1 , VI-if MEMBERS OF THE PEP BAND blare through the TIC fight sung :It th6 homecoming pep rally, fi fm :R HWY-WP WTQYQEPWRMYSQL!!!1'IlWQT91T1'RSYRPilQJLL11QlHMM lIH 1 -! SHELIA NIX---Emory DANNY NIXON-Llanu CHRIS NOBLE-Dallas DON NOISLES--Mt. Entcrpri5e DONALD NORTHiTyler JUDY NORTHER-Jacksonville JULIA NUNNELEE-Tyler SARAH OCONNOR-Houston KAREN ORLDS-Garland KAAREN OVERSTREET-Dallas JAMES E. OXVENS-Tyler JANE PACEfTyler LARRY PACK-Tyler MOLLIE PARKERkTy1Ef JANIE PAR'L'RLDGE-Dams BETH PATTERSON-Tyler KATHY PATTERSON-Garland LARRY PATTERSON-Waco STEVE PATTERSON-Tyler JILL PAYNEATNEY PAM PAYNE- Tyler GEORGE PERDUE-Houston KAY FRANCIS PERDUE-Irving HARRIETT PERKINS-Tyler 2 E 91 53, ,:2f'?ff,' " ,4-au., Y, M I 'f M -f f W ., -was ,pow Rn ' x rO -- I I 'ff " , fvwdl FRESHMEN -un xi 'fa . Z' I if , pu I , ol fl 'lt ,v 11 -v 74 ,lv l,, V ' ' ' I 551 , If 5.1, . QI W E M. "fmt 3' . Z fm. fix I r A I em. K -5 sb N 'X , F fyt' 'D i Z fn 2 Muff via! 4-'ff '51 72 0 ,Q I -f'.i"'v ,A wr V ?P war' "E7,,,f ' f I , 'U 'lla , W' 'A JMR 65 1 'ff "vu , I .-,f-"3 'W' Q .,. gf 0 W .- al , I '-n Z 'f,,b:,,, ' p . f M 1-IHQEJ11. I Q L A af? .WJQL A A . ask? f M . gg, 2,9 Nwx . 1-.W ,, 4 X W 'iw 1 6 TWP .f A A1 ,X f -, A-, A f DOYLE PERRY-Ft. Worth NANCY PETERBAUGH-Tyler ROBERT LEWIS PEWITT II Grapevine NEIL PHELPS-Tyler DRU B. PHILLIPS-Dallas GAYLE PICKETT-Tyler SUSAN PINCKARD-Hinsdale, Ill. DAVID W. PIPES-San Antonio KAY PIPES-Tyler NINETTE PLATT-Mansfield, MIKE PLUMMER-Tyler JOHN POER-Dallas JUDY PORTER-Tyler JOHNNY PORT WOOD-Tyler CHARLES POWELL-Tyler EDWIN MARCUS PRESTON- Tyler DENNIS QUINN-Lufkin GLENN RAIBON-Tyler MICHAEL LEE RAINEY -Ty BILL RAMSEY-Richardson SHARON RAY-Tyler SAMUEL LYNDALE REA- Temple CAROLE REDDING-Tyler RONNIE REDDING--Tyler Ier La ROGER REED-LimI41IC DAVID REID-Tyler MARY ANN REID+Cuntun DONNA RENFRO-Tyler if 'N-...,,.f 7' f fl I A FRANCINE RETQHLESS-Tyler ANN1 REVIE-Big smdy ALTAN RIDGEWAX'-Tyler SHARON ROACH-El Paso ,' , ,J MIKE ROBENSON-Austin JUNELI. ROBERTS- Longview SUSIE ROBERTS-Tyler TOMMY ROBERTSON-Big Sandy 7' ' +7 f -. ylf' If VJ I , IU' 14- . ,f 4,0 N - . nfvffflf ' Lf mv F nr -1 'wi 1 wif' , ge? 1 4 W km A " ' 17:5 ': srl ,I I . i , 3 . 1113 fi., -Y! 'D K -r " UN 3, s fy Q- 2 241 .- 'Lx ' 'V -x. Z, Q ,I A l mx I' 9 . - ,lr A 4 G . ' A-'iraq A , Af 1, yu WI ,,' 7 f 1ff"7'f' ' ' Wy f ' Nz . f ff N ' ' ML x xi I ,.f-fig-' NANCY ROGERS-XY'acn 'S """' ,D ,- ' i , T BECKY ROHE-Groves M 5 j "" I ' Q A DAVID ROLF-Tyler 1 ,J 'W ' A CHARLES Ross-vcamw M 'w . I A 4- 2 ,f , WAAQN L i " A . I ' 1 'Q A A l 'H . PASSING XVITH DETERINIINA- A ' TION. Sigma Nu C1LIi1I'I6'I'bilCIC Don Gus- A rox-ich halves one of the many passes 3 that led his fgut rn the intramural foot- ball Championship. - Bef-.., 5 ,QQW ,yrs """""E. if 'N Q Nu' Nl X, x iff QT? 3 ,Q-A 22 ? ,,..,s, .,,, YW? . . ! k,a, V f ,,,.f?' f' M, , ,AUX ,. 1, ,, W' con., fiv 'll ff X X X , J, if '42 ,446 MEAT 'Y' 'fv- .'7' , Y -- i 1. ew? 'Som we fl'-r ' 52519 ...----fi' ,-U.. m it L.. I s NWI-IO DID YOU SAY YOU VOTED FOR? As nearly every organization put up n cnmlidnte for homecoming queen, the bnlloting was sometimes difficult. Bob O'Keefe, sophomore class president, sented left, was in charge of most campus elections, JOHN ROTHERMAL-Dallas - JOHN RUDDY-Mesquite DIANN RUSHING-Houston HOWARD RUSSELL-Dallas RANDALL RYAN-sour Lake STEVE SADLER-Troup TOM SADLER-Tyler DANNY SANFORD-wins Point SUNDAY SANFORD-Tyler SANDEE SANDERS-Tyler BABS SARTAIN-Dallas ROBERT L. SAUNDERS-Garland CLAYTON SAWYERS-Dallas BARBARA SCHVUEER-McAllen CHARLIE SCOVERN-Richardson 'IANICE SCOTT-Wfinonn MICKEY SERICEfTylc1 NEXVELL SHAFFER-Bullard PRISSY SHANNON-Scottsdale, Ariz. BETTE JEAN SHARP- Trinidad KATY SI-IEEHAN-Houston RANDY SHEPPARDA-Tyler JANA SHLO-Center ANN SHOAE-Quitnmn GARY SHORTNACY-Dallas VUAYNE SIMS-Tyler RANDY SITTON-Tyler GINGER SKEEN-Tyler DONNA SLAYTON-Tyler BRENDA SLOAN-Arp FREDDIE SMITHfIrving JOE HENRY SMITH-Diboll 1 MARGO SMITH-Tyler MARK SMITH-Dallas PAULA SMITH- Hurst ROBERT A. SMITH-I.nm6sa RONALD SMITHsMidlnnd SHERREY SMITH-Houston CAROLE SMYRL-Tyler ANDRA SNIDER-Tyler -E' ff' A ., 2,1 f'- A , . I hay.. Twa- Xufsn. if x , 7 r fb 11- tx P - M47 va, f ff 1 ish , ,,.' Z V - fix ' .1 x 3 -. X A 5 . 'K ' K FRESHMEN '5- K'-7 fl: YQ- '?.A ffL,.- lj N 7 5 gl -an--.ff ,A inn' E543 ,N f v l"'4 ,x 'Jiri 'wwe' fl l Y 99 .f , Wir? a ' 4 T - '-M., H R E Og' f.. 4 ,Q .x 1 fi 'EP' i?"""' Su..1 'NJN 'Qi 'Q -fug. y 'F' An at f' 'Rv' -K 439' ., 5 ..,.,. ,V YA , 0 fv VX I 4 I1 M by N . x If A IX? FRESHMEN -L Jaw - ,- ' m?IIiY'2Q' 1 f 1 1l'W4'.IiNfEI 'W r!4g12pi',1?235Eef :ILA iii' ,Qi ' .A ,JM X ,,, ,flea ,' I 'SIRI' 2 I - ,fda ,WAN ' R an f 'fa . ,..f Z ,,. ,F '-3. an ., nn: ,,.,, - 7 ' Q 2. . M, My Y ,I n ff:-ZW , .,-. ,Rv ni: ' I ' if , K 2 7:5 f a J. 1 r If' yr q is , ,4 V1 ,Lf 4 ,Sq . I I f N 'K N4 is 1 Z W 91 X R - in 5, V - 1. Q ff. ,U gf- , f I' I " ' il , I X " V 2..- ..1 -9,3 g, . If .'-'fini 4 : 'F-f, Rf' -:C .1 ' , ' cv ,I I I w "V 29 " up Ya. , I? 'K - S., , .!rf"' ?"'r.,,f-z fx fm .' ET. V +f..Q5x is J A .K ,f, MMV. 'iuy,.4f K f" ' 01 '11 X 'rm IRI I I - .Y ,1- ff 5 1 "' ,L 1""y xx xwf' A DONNA SNIPES-Tyler CATHY SPEIR-Austin DAVID SPENCER-Tyler -IOE SPENCER-Center ALLEN SPIRO-Dallas LINDA SQUIRES-Dallas DENNIS STANSISURY-Tylc1' PATRICIA STAPLESHTylCr RUBY STARKSfTylcr IRENE STARLCEY--Longview PAUL STEBENS--Iurnerville DEBORAH STENSON-Chandler 5 If -7 ' ..-fl DHRIMYSTEVEN-DIIIIIIS IO N N CHRIS STEXVART-Palestine 1 N., ,f , MARK STEXX'ART-Dallas I ,,,,,., mi, RICHARD S'I'EXY'ART-Tyler I "'I ,,. ,fi 3 A .-Q 4x ,J ' 'x xv! LINDA S'I'OI.DT-Kaufman DAVID STORDAL-Gr.md Saline JERRY STRICKLAND-Irving GAYLE STROUD-Tyler N I VAL STRL'VE-Tyler LINDA SUMRALL-Houston SITZANNE SIITHERLAND- Slmwncc, OkI.1. REGINA SXVANN-XVinnsborI,m ' 795' J I CLASS IN ONLY ONE HOUR was the thought of Bobby Brewer as he wolfed down .1 hnrbeque beef sandwich in the Tcq ce SCHERRY SXWANZY-Lufkin PAUL TANKERSLEY-Tyler CHARLIE TAYLOR-Dallas WENDELL TATARCHUK- Deweyvi l le JAN TAYLOR-Tyler JOHN NW. TAYLOR-Tyler MARY TAYLOR-Dallas SUE TI-IEDFORD-Dallas JIM THIGPEN-Tyler DEBBIE TIIOIIAS-Waco DEBBIE THOMPSON-EI. worm ILEICE TIIOMPSON-Tyler JANET THOMPSON-Richardson JULIA THOMPSON-Tyler LARRY THOMPSON-Troup LENZY THOMPSON-Tyler , , 51,14 I , f GIS 25351-:7v:-.,. fa.:'-5-nB.:::w 'I -' 0 mzzrrxzifff, lb ,4 -Ulill .x -- my if ' ,Kwai ,jug :QB fqs sAA 77 fn-'F2"" dl' YN'-"EY kv" 3 if ,Q ' ' I I, fig, 5 A . 1 I 3 f S, , . , ,.- . .I.wf:.- , . .2 I 2 in 'W V, -.,-ly' I I V 1 A "fer ,Um ,I ,w .fr ,Q . , l .,,.f,,,- .YV 11, 4- I 'I 1 ff' 13. w -I 4 . 5 . Q 7 A ' I I :ljfx 6 is ' 1 -'- ' 3 0.1 "I - 5 all I ,pk 44ar1Q."'Q'Z72" ,P 1 1- , L' 'JN Ig, ' ff ,f I . 'r,,.':, ,f f ,f 5.1532-1::. ew f .:.,, ' ygsvzu , 1 L' 'rv .' 'rf , IU! IV fi Z ..,v'5W ,nn-1. sf. 'Uh ,. 59" ' 1, 2 A, 4-A ' A -, '49 , a. ,, " -4, ,, 1 . 1 f .V - nv Wm N -G 595422 , A ,, , f L24 al '? 'V' "K gf- , "gl .63-1' 9'9h. 72 Pi! , f' -rj v--F .., as I I I I I M I A .51 z -1 . I . , , , A. A-, V 1, J. ygvqf J f f ff? I I I if I , uw? A 5 I ,H -y , . ,Z In V: . ,,,,, Q E2 MW... , U , 'H' A ., '5 J 1 ' V ' . 2 ,,A', A I M ,M 5 ,E,41f5i"' ' vi '.A, IW ' ff'-if ' 4 " 1.. Ulf' ,j t', ,.2 ,.", U -,MN , " 'I , , ' fjffff, . ' 1' 5, 2' ,f 1 X! ,.-,, MICHAEL THOMPSON-Tyler RONNIE THOMPSON-Tyler CRAIG THORMANN-Tyler DAVID THORNHILL-Dallas GARY TIMBES-Dallas NELWYN TOLILIN-Whitehouse JIMMY TOMPKINS-Tyler DAVIE TONWNSEND-Tyler DE VON TRAPP-Abilene DIANE TREVATHAN-Garland MIKE TREVATHAN-Tyler GAII. TREIB-Quitmgm PETE TROUCALE-Houston BYRON TUCKER-Quitman NANCY TUNNELL-Van LANA TURNER-,Beaumont XVHAT STEP DID YOU SAY THAT WAS? Blond sophomore Cindy Leak looks to Harvey Huffstetler during an after-game dance in the Teepec. aT, 1,149 .xl V w........wL-:rx W1 1 -muummgigvgmh MICHAEL TURNER-H.1wkins RITA 'l'URNERfD.1IIas SALLYE TYLER-Tyler SCOTT TYLER-Tyler STEVE UNTERSEE-Bonham MILTON VANDERPOOL-Tyler CHRIS VANNATT-Mcxia JAMES VARNER-Van DEB VASSALLO-Dallas SUE VOIT-Tyler STEVE VREDENBLIRG-Tyler FRANCES ELLEN XVALKER- Slmrcvcpfmrt, La. GARY WALKER-Tyler JO LYNNE WALKER-Tyler MARY K. XVALKER- Madisonville GXIUEN XVALLACE-jasper MARVIN WALTERS-Tyler SUSAN XYALTZER-Dallas CLIFFORD XVARNER, JR.- Mt. Salmon DEBBIE XVARREN-Tyler KENNETH XVARREN-T Ier Y RODNEY NVARREN-Mnnass Va. WYNDI XWARREN-Dallas EVALYN XVEATHERLY- Nacogdoches fail'-'?'1 ' 4 If Q, I X 'ft-M I ff f Y' 'S 1 T w-..-if ,- .f , 'Yifgf I l Lf QQQOAQQ I I I FRESHMEN I gun...- - .Q 'V I 05999 A I on 78 fv- In 'K F 7 Q 1 SHP" . xy ,E 1 lf :Twig IQ, 45 c,,, , ,, ' :ce I f 1 U' f Y 'WTI I av' "' " A ' Ai, I ., ., I "' ' ' af 41 . 7. M Q, I 2 2 , I, xr V I M- Q L qv, a I :S -Q--ff X I vm 5 , CIVIL gf 1 L.. .I 47"-'r IQ? X ,. S fi , , ,f J' W s 4 LEI ff +5 ,om I -O' f -Q .-v f V . 1' .1- ,fx r 331 Z8 ,DL f"'X Yb""7' .- diy...-wr - f-fN ,'f'fv" 7 W fy 15. ,M 223 Q f' O. fix II' Q A 'Q ' Q Q . ......v" -.f Q .4 1-msn, fb A X X K 4 2 11' 5 qv- IU' 5105 -:fwfr 'Uk Ni' ff- 0----Q. ,R 454 :J xx - "7 ,. , :N J - -m I ei. ,-,Ag ff QR X A 73 ' 1, C . 4 ,' R P' n , Y ii 1 x 'KJ FRESHMEN 'K 1. .f K , L. 5 'A N-Q.i,33g1 , 14, Y ,,.3r,.x QR' f5 3 lvw' IN is ...Rf . Q if RONNIE WERT-Abilene JONATHAN NVEST-Houston JEANETTE WESTBERRY-Tyler WANDA WESTINIORELAND- Grand Saline KATHY WHATLEY-Winnsboro CHERYL WHISENANT-Tyler MARY WHITAKER-Jacksonville STEVE WHITOKER-Tyler CONNIE D. WHITE-Jacksonxfille JUDY WHITE-Dallgls KAT XWIEDEMANN-Dallas CINDY XWIEDENHOEFT-Hurst JAMES XVIGINTON-Big Sandy DONNA WILCOX-Tyler GARLAND NWILLETT-Tyler -ff X- ' . CHERYL WILLIAMS-Longview YK R 'uf' W-..-Q. 'su---Q : ESL: . '- r V! Km A 'xx it uni. 'lg yqf 'PN Q 4'.T"....,"',g-,B EVN. 5' ,,m,,vs, ff LGI jf.. 4 .'.a 'B JACKIE XWILLIAMS-Kopperl JOANNA XXYILLIAMS-Rusk JOHN XVILLMAN-Tyler NELDA WILLBIAN-Grand Saline TNR'-P luv X' f' 'ff ' 'JV i" ,ge S"2Qi.w f' O3 ' AQ. ' L J, -if f JOHN XVILSON-Tyler RONALD WILSON-DL111.15 fn ' SHARON vcflzlo-Houston Q?" , BILL XWOLLITZ-Tyler 'A 4 N J MARTHA WOMACK-Dallas DOUG WOODBURN-Amarillo PAT WORDEN-Dallas NORMAN WRIGHT-Amarillo ELOISE WRIGHT-Tyler PEGGY WORK-Tyler BARBARA ZEIGLER-Fr. Worth TANYA ZEISS-Tyler JACK ZIEMER-Tyler KATHY ZOBCIK-Tyler DRULAINE HELLUMS-jefferson HUBERT PARMLEY-Nacogdoches ' 1' fra--1 1 if u 'US fi' zfib' X1 A-"scarf, A ,',- ----r wrt? DON FLOYD-Garland fi t!'fQ 'C' 'Y 1 ,4 il Congrafulaiions, Graduafes EASI-IIONS ' EOR TI-IE ' COLLEGE STUDENT Bergfeld Shopping Cenfer Easf Texas' Mosi' Modern and Compleie Deparimeni Siore A QI . I I Q5 3 BROOKSHIRE'S FOOD STORES xv? I I ! I .gum 4. .L I-L "TI-IERE'S A FRIENDLY BROOKSHIRE'S NEAR YOU." Green Acres Shopping Village ' Bergfelcl Shopping Cen+er II4 Easf Bow S+ree+ 0 Hillside Shopping Cenfer 0 Glenwood af Foresi' QALSO ADDITIONAL LOCATION IN THE EAST TEXAS AREA, b Complimen'rs of Roosth S Genecov Production Company P. O. Box ZOI9 Phone LY 3-8333 Tyler, Texas Loop 323 af Troup Hwy. X, X 1 . QT 1 C-.. f . iw, - Xe ,- CW Q 13 C5' - ,M- lf 52 l l ':' T 'B pv -1- - .. A S GENECOV P SOL ROOSTH V P d f ISADORE ROOSTH S Q yT Bergfeld Cenfer-Downiown PAUL BEAL MEMBER ELECTRIC CO. A s l ' f CONTRACTORS ELECTRIC :ANS Xifw ' +6 2 I00-B S College I-Y Jacksonville Hwy a+ College Y P' 4 s ":::.,-1:s.:f:::1A:ff ' ' 1 wX ,,,,,,,u Mm f. ,iff V, ' .,.11 , 155,51 ' w , .1541 ' .. 1" f .-13-tiff?-11 .. - 5, :' .: f. X -'-' 5,5 S' '!..':,,,-Ijnjf' ' - 'ff' 15:5-Q . ' 'HAF5 V ' + Q. fa-1, I . fb r ' 9133" f' , An , - H , .- -' ' .'x!'I"-"f':'.'.'::'f Vg . .. , . 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'iiffg elf? k fd'-2 X x X Q X N X fk X Xjfj.fe 'X f X X --1 Q',35??Ff-fze X Og fi -- -X "7??fe:.-:- X Q f 1 f?5J,'ff f55?M' 4' XX ,, X " things gg ' better D R Wlth QW y COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY E TYLER -pf-,X 'X l I E28 bb Di COMPLIMENTS OF WADEL-CONNALLY COMPANY Wholesale Hardware and Automotive Supply TYLER, TEXAS I' "" ' I EAST TEXAS TYPEWRITER EXCHAN E P. O. BOX 142 . TYLER, TEXA underwood - olivelii SALES 0 SERVICE 0 RENTALS eiiigie REPAIR o EXCHANGE LY mg' 2I I5 S. Broadway Tyler, Texas W , MLLK MORRIS A. RODIECK ICE gwjjy cm Welding 81 Radialor Service 0 . sfC0N 55, LQQQ LY '2 aaa- "' io If-3-ff.: R I l29 N. Glenwood Q I ALWAYS BETTER THAN IT HAS TO BE T L A THE BORDEN CO. 805 W. FRONT 5 - 15 ., , Country and RL I Western T330 Radio CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES Clo+hing i ' O 1 T for fhe En+ire meparfmenf .gore E Family T LER, TEXAS Q U x m ,AL FL ll 'E CAIVXE FIAS go CARDS BERGFELD CENTERf PHONE LY4-8061 ! TYLER, TEXAS KDOK I490 Apache Sporfs af Home or Away FULLTIME RADIO KDOK 1490 The Radio Voice of STATE FARM INSURANCE LYric 3-2503 I7 YEARS- SAME LOCATION 4,5 If - L., 3 , ' I 'qs' u". ul K SW LK'ff"+' , ,' "f n, 1 I T' 'P 1 if H fi- -1 ir' Hill " he , age gfaa rg CLEO E. DAVIS, Ageni ' 205 W. ERWIN HOME-LIIKE BAKING SERVICE BERGFELD SHOPPING CENTER -:- TYLER, TEXAS -1- Phone LY 2-IOII STORY-, RIGHT 1 5 I: E- A - MII., if 'T - "" If wif' WI N C 0 I2 D Q F2 A T E D 'I f4:kE:ifg1RVTTf,Q,f1.,5: ww, Efgh. ,, my, ..-T..1.LM - PRINTING - LITHOGRAPI-IING - OFFICE SUPPLIES - OFFICE FURNITURE "Serving The ,fHNDf-EDIEH Easf Texas Area T ET P. o. BOX900 : .. ET I f: TYLER, TEXAS I ITIWEIMTWWQ 'I Y-f LY 2-I68l Complimenis of nhew- Mk Sztene, WATKINS QUALITY PRODUCTS l83I W. Bow Ladies' and Childrerfs Ready-To-Wear and Piece Goods - Dial LY 3-R4f,3, Tyler, 'Term 75701 24657 Tyler CONTINENTAL CAN CO. CORRUGATED BOX DIVISION Owen'I'own TR 7342. h A CABLE "HOOK UP" IS YOUR BEST BUY IN TELEVISION TELEVISION CABLE SERVICE CO. JOHNNY MANKIN Genera Manager Vogue 0 Bu'HericIc 0 Simplicify ' McCaII's ll if H 1126 f in 'QW :mi e ' 151' FTW k13iv',iIl!Iwx ull...-, W 1 4 A FRONT BECKHAH CENT R. W. MCKENZIE. OWN PH. L - I hiXSOl1-ellis printing' office furniture' office supplies I 2I5 EAST FERGUSON TYLER, TEXAS LY 'c 3-739I CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES I CIo+I1in9 1 U 0 ' 1 . for I The En'II"9 lefnarfrnenf .gore Family TYLER, TEXAS UN fylef J ELERS Savings and Loan Association 508 E. Froni' Tyler 790 SOUTH BECKHAM I TYLER, TEXAS Every high school graduate should start early by saving for the future. For future investments, furthering' education, and savings accounts, see any member of the TYLIIII CLEARING IIIIIISE IISSIIIIIHIIIIII TYLER, TEXAS Comprised of CITIZENS FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF TYLER THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF TYLER SOUTHSIDE STATE BANK TYLER BANK AND TRUST COMPANY -f ivisif' ,w tf ja, X :sooo in I ull-ll. Ti' ' ':a:'.-.::- I ns' aooomonf x ff x 5 4' N I 1 f XX15' 3lKKHWllM1Ml 1-I "TyIer's Finest" 7 juf ef 4 FINE FOODS LY 3-3572 601 EAST FRONT ST. - I -- I' V -' " ' 31.062 dwg JUN 'OR AQQQNHJLUYHD JAMES L SEN ICR CTI lg, Cllf!,..,., SHOP ll HI M0 Som Bmdway ll lou E. Fam P. 0. 3494 LY 2-6533 La'res+ Fashions for All Tyler' Texas ' ' ' LLOYD J . Occaslons In +he l-'fe LEONARD ROQETIES JOHSJNTEAQTREINART of a College Mnss QOQDONS. J E WE L E RS TYLE RQlll'T"""g,L4, TE XAS "Our Only S'I'ore" Selecfion of Fine Gold Jewelry and Charms Tyler' Texas 1 l 1 i Two Great Lettermen! 600 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL! BEST WISHES. APACHES FIRST NATICNAL BANK TROUP, TEXAS Since I 902 EMA wum I You 'Burley ' FURNITURE COMPANY DISTINCTIVE Home FURNISHINGS I SMART FASHIONS 2I0 S. Broadway Tyler Downfown LY 2-439' Green Acres Complele Home Furnishing Bergfeld 49 Km l I ! I l I yi l I Il l li fl, wr . .L -ua 236 U.S.I. FILM PRODUCTS U.S. lndusfrial Chemicals Company Division of Na+ional Dis+illers and Chemical Corporaiion nEQ?W, ?5UWq9K1Q!K!1h'!EE.WHQQEin?h Ql x1"'5U'4 P" Tr Q nu-mm P' ll0,000 Q I . Inlufmcl 3 .4 For Inch A Q Dennivavi 7 0. . 'xii' "Say if wilh Flowers Tyler Allied Florisls , y is ' 0' ' 4 'urns' xg: B Sireel' Flower Shop Jerry's Flowers 'I FI er Box Judge, 'rhe Florisf Q 1 M ers by Ela Ryan's Florisi' mm TEXAS STYLE FRIED CHICKEN TYLER NURSERY AND l72I S. Beclrham FLORAL COMPANY , - 7- ,- K---V-. -J COMPLIMENTS OF mon's shop and COACH ROOM I 25-27 S. Broadway Tyler G'e,b..eLES SAM R. HILL LUMBER CO. Building Malerial and Supplies Mill Work a Specially HOME LOANS- REMODELING LOANS Dial LY 3-8266 Tyler, Texas y Dedicated To Your Needs BURKS-WALKER S, 1907 - TIPPIT - Q We S i FUNERAL Home ...... 2l5 E. Fron+ FUNERAL D""5C'0" INSURANCEOFFICE . . 427 s. Fannin X l LY 2-6553 ,r g li H -Y .. . Qglvr Qinifurm Qu. LeHering, Emblems and Designs Our Specially I309 W. Erwin Phone LY 3-929I Elgin, Glrxaa NATIONAL HOMES CORP. P. O. Box I3II Tyler, Texas NaI'ion's La rgesl Producer of ' NATIONAL Qualify Homes HCM E S Complimenrs of COATS-MCCAIN LUMBER COMPANY LY 2-3855 3I2 E. FRONT FOWLER FURNITURE CO. Gif+s and Wall Accessories FURNITURE CARPETS DRAPERIES APPLIANCES I3 Parker?-CI1atham,inc. Downfown Opposiie Posi' Office LY 4-5533 Box I26I Tyler, Texas 7570I Fronl'-Beclcham LY 4-339I 522 E Erwin GENERAL ELECTRIC ZENITH ' Refrigerafors-Ranges Radio LY 4-7458 Washers-Dryers Television Tyler Television-S'rereo Sfereo cwm::...,.r -f shawn: See 'rhe Ageni' Who Displays This Seal 4 EQ ASSOCILAT 'K YOUR ndependent SU 66 I E3 h.s'umnceIqg5N1- 'S V rm '- OA IIVIS OU 51' 'VANCE P SYMBOL OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TYLER ASSOCIATION of INSURANCE AGENTS Tl 4, L ,.... ,img ,,,.,,.,,u,,,,,,, HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS OF TYLER, INC. I327 S. Beckham Regardless How You Travel Remember fhe DIXIE MOTEL . The Besf in Tyler LY 3-2466 Service Terms Free Lessons Onlaiilycilaiiggvaxg gghwszrth Phone LY 3-2556 Tyler, Texas MR. and MRS. TOM BIBB, Owners CHEROKEE HARDWARE Hardware Sporfing Goods 235 S. Broadway Phone: LY 4-7I6I 2I23 S. Broadway, Tyler, Texas AIR CONDITIONING DEPARTMENT TYLER, TEXAS Where IIO0 Easi' Texans Manufacfure 'Ihe WorId's Finesi' Cen+raI Air Condifioners and Wea'rher'rron Heai' Pumps GENERAL ELECTRIC D0 IT BET BETTER LIGHT - g School home-work is usually hard ,EL C l enough without the burden of poor lighting conditions. Children who have T - Q- proper home-study lighting have a better chance for clearer understanding and better grades. fi: V W Your electric appliance dealer has a variety of brand new "perfect light for Peffecf Sight" hcmeffudy 'amps See ,og him today. TEXAS POWER 8s LIGHT COMPANY a lax-paying, investor-owned electric utility iaclctone TYLER. TEXAS Completely Remodeled Georgian Dining Room Creole Coffee Shop I C l 1' Compliments of - - - - A A A A A I 5 DRUG' STORESQ ' 0TVLER o Lurnnn Q ousogg. Bergteld Center Tyler Seven Convenient Locations ...ee C -----.-- ... . .. .... .,- Complimen+s of ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY I 200 E. Ferguson Tyler uw 1 ln if EH 6111 111' We Specrialcye as Sedum. feweffaq 'P - 8 . ,, ..h,,,,,., J P' - .- - ,: .,. , 4 QW is C 99 CEN O -KXXUUZ 3-Locarions in Tyler 7 me Nor+hside Soufhsicle Down+own zllz S- B"0adW6Y LY 22322 3303 Mineola Hwy. I333 Troup Hwy. l607 W. Erwin Tyler, Texas 7570l SQ M051 WM - SISI' """' The Pride of Easl Texans Swimming Pool and Cabanas Complefe Convenfion Facilifies PARK FREE Tel. LYric 3-243l MRS. ZELMA PAYNE Manager 1 .M-.m M-- CLAYBON'S GULF SERVICE Tlres BaTTeries, Tuneups and Road Service one LY 3-2I32 CusTom Frames THE GALLERY l3l4 S. Fleishel Tyler, Texas Q aa. ComplimenTs of DownTown . . 205 W. Ferguson Home CenTer . . . College aT LocusT Phone LY 3-9441 Tyler, Texas To geT The besT haircuT or learn To give The besT haircuT Try HUNTER'S BARBER SHOP I 727 SouTh Beckham or HUNTER'S EAST TEXAS BARBER COLLEGE I09 EasT Erwin NEW CAR CENTER OF EAST TEXAS! For the BEST DEAL on a new car-see these members of TYLER NEW CAR DEALERS ASSOCIATION HOLLEY MOTOR CO. KING CHEVROLET CO. Dodge-PIymou+I1-Chrysler 520 W. Erwin LY 3-936i 236 S. Broadway 244-332l WAGNER CADILLAC HORACE SMITH, INC. 623 w. Erwin LY 2-I636 W I:"If"a9e"LY 3 6446 OGE OLDSMOBILE 'aol I Nm - Oldsmobile Sales and Service T. C. HARVEY PONTIAC-RAMBLER In N. Bonner LY 4.1425 '522 W' Emi" LY 4660" TYLER LINCOLN-MERCURY INC. JIM HOLLEY BUICK CO. sw w. Erwin LY 4-zssI 302 N. Broadway LY 4-2345 RICHARDSON-FORD, INC. Sales and Service 700 W. Erwin LY 4-933I .-'. -.3-,:, ...A., , E- . .. . i . .. V. , Q ' -a.ni.uSxWX.aI.uxS.:M.Q. Y.f.'.3Imxf::YX'.1.I.-II-I. ...E . ,' , . . - I - A ' .- I I TYLER BEVERAGES INC. Bottlers of 7-Up RC Cola Dr Pepper if UD Q Ir' x.LL,, CIJA I MASSEY- FERGUSON NORTH DIXIE GULF SERWCE esolzee KIDD '3,5irNLZ:e FORD TRACTORS Free Pickup and Delivery EAST TEXAS LARGEST STOCK OF TRACTOR PARTS Kilgore Hwy. af Loop 323 Telephone LY 4-9383 Phone LY 2-9344 TY'er' Texas BARRETT OPTICAL SERVICE "HOUSE OF OUALITYH Hundreds of Frames fo Choose From RANDY ROGERS HUMBLE Conrad Lens Service SERVICE Phone I-Y 33966 I400 Sou+h Beckham 8I8 S. Beckham Tyler. Texas f 1 H .nw-N ,V if yi ff 'jj 4- ' , jx, 'kj IIS AIWP' "'4'2"W I . . r - 'x . ,FW -. , V at P Mrfil I 3, 0 ,1 lil J! I ' ,N V .- ne.-" '23 WHATABURGER "WORLD'S LARGEST PURE BEEF HAIv1BURC5ER" Congrafulafions and Besl' Wishes From THE HOLIDAY SHOP I406 S. Fleishel Tyler, Texas LAVES JEWELERS Diamonds, Wafches, Gi'H's Luggage-Wi'Ih fhe Diamond Emblem III Erwin, Tyler Phone: LY 4-970I I THE OPTIMISTIC SELLING SALESMAN BEN FITZGERALD Really Co. "PuI a Iiqer in your IanIcI" I739 S. 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