University of Houston - Houstonian Yearbook (Houston, TX)

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E 6 H: wi E i E 5 0 'Q ,. ww..-Q 1 'fnq:fa"- ,X nf xv. L F' . fri-L' . FH... rf , 'E' M. 1 ., mrirl if '4 -ev , mfg?-, A I' . , -H. 5 -- llg' V 1"..'3v , .pf y 1 . 1 Q 'ww-W 5 w - f-'F 'K 4, , g I wa gvilx F V f with--.f gi lr- . ' 2:14551 '42 . 9 , H 1' ips-ze, v 4211 - I F 1, ' "Jr ai- '1 wif ,V ' 1-,Q - 1 P hm , 5 we s. ,4 ., H tbl f qw ..fj. .L ' H' 1 V . 1 I V.. 1---..,4' x UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON HOUSTON, TEXAS U TGNIAN Adrienne Genett, Editor Jane Whitaker, Associate Editor King Wong, Photography Editor , ,....,-.- V -.w. Y..4,. FORE ORD 'LHERE WE ARE. The University of Houston has arrived. It is a force. The dream is fleshing out. The harvest of the work, the real-dog days. converge-in the present tense-with the vision, the hope. the potential." Above are the words of the University of Houston's Assistant Dean of Women Nancy Innis. They were spoken during a year when their meaning had much impact-the building, maturing year of 1964-65. is it trite to say UH is on its way up? 1Ve at UH have heard this promise over and over, yet many cannot conceive its full mean- ing. In truth. we have only to look around us to view the evidence. We see the physical evidence of rapid construetiong acadetnic evidence of higher standards, social evidence of national prestige- all infants born at another time. now maturing. This maturing cannot he merely recognized, it demands to be recorded. Because of this demand, the HOUSTONIAN staff seeks to depict in its publication the overwhelming expansion of the University, in not just a physical area. but in all phases. Symholically. then, the 1965 HOUSTONIAN is a journal in- tended to capture pictorially the unprecedented mood of a modern UH. The staff hopes to share its affinity for the University with all HOUSTONIAN readers and to incite recognition of the Uni- versity's growing greatness. If readers cannot now see it-this grandeur-as we do, then they will, 5, 10. or 50 years from now, and our HOUSTONIAN will recall to them this ultra-important building year. ACG .ft city framed by tlu- American and Texas flags and the Univcrgily uf Houston 51-11.11159 liuilding, rapidly-growing Houston is 21 promige of tht- future and I III part in ii, IIBIE of It II BUILDINGS ON - IIIIINIITRATI 3 COLLEGES tml' 21 u0N0I5 IIIILEHCS Zi QIIEEKS 2: 0ttGANIZATIONS 3 INDEX - ADVERTISING 4 ENIIWORD 4 TIES 13 :L -. 'L Q91 ," ' BUILDINGS M.D. ANDERSON MEMORIAL LIBRARY .I..-1 ...-. -v--' - I RT"' 1.11: ATHLETIC BUILDING . b ! I I 1, iqfg ,,,J ROY CULLEN BUILDING ARCHITECTURE BUILDING 44 N 4. . N .O 'L' 4 , 'L - ECTU RE DINC .. ......,..,.-...nw-.Am ,LA-wr . . X. , . . .. ..., ................ -.. ROY CULLEN BUILDING . .--. Vs EZEKIEL W. CULLEN BUILDING DOWNTOWN SCHOOL 5 OBERHOLTZER HALL M1 'I vii X !-f I alfa ENGINEERING BUILDING GEOLOGY BUILDING 7 1' I 13 LJ 2 I f .., .- V ,.,,..: v-.V I gf.-555 .. 'iidl ' H555 "I 'I .' 'rf ,. .I Af' 'Il5'Qs?,' fx Ii KH. JN RECRE, BUILI E ,S S :ISS xv- AAQN mul Q -.,v..-- . ..a ff x.. hh 144 f I F , I -vfv' I V. ' 43- A f,- If!- 3 Am' Iii li? S-! "' 2 W, .. ,--v I ,GN I ' q4' Q -,, v,,, , , -k'f"'f Emi? I AMI ! 1, , -.35 -' iiif 'iii 'M fr I 322, ' 425, ff -'L 'zfffffi r .9 si 9:1-' fi'ffF i , ' ff' f Q pi Wf:,, . I 4 :V 4 Nfl ,ff Sf , .. pf! A1 vb 3' , " izsr I , 4 fgffr ! 7 2 J- . Q A f'-1,52 , M - 3. X ,- ,Q -I 9 , I: -- :pei . f I .uf 0- f - , L I f w:.1W0p,4,,,. y I M,-wg ,f 'f' A ' " ' I , , I , ' Q11 ' ' ,SI Iv fff ,J . f A My -. ' 'Mae 1, ,vw f f ' .W H, 1 MW' bs-' 1 fd J iw 4 IH, mf ,, L IZ? ,IR , I , ,, ,NI , . I, f. , Q 5 'J ' ,F ',: Afyfvsf 'F WMVAJ' W . ,.- 7' 3-44, ,1'-4.A, ai,-j,,:.,.- r a' ,f RECREATION P' BUILDING - ...qu- ,ff ,,- ' r-"" ... 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FN- - ws 'f '-.ww-many.,-,, I i I r 0 f N15 1 1 ,I Xfmgsso -,jk 'ix li-1 'NZ 07' 'K 'iyagnh uJ- -Q . . . , v. .- seein-?r:fr.- - - -Y wr JZYEMA' -,,4 ff f:,- --14143-. -1.-Saga.: ,:'.-.r --,f -:-.q-YY -if a: 3 ...ac...,.-4. . A, . .- A i-- , ,, H, ,,- -0 . , .. . . - ,-.. 1--A-Y-ef. 0+ - 42.-gn.. ,. '12-'r w:" " ' 1-1:2-: gf' ,,,,,-- , .. L-,, , J.. . ... -... 1 H 5 ASQ-- --:tw Ns.-Q-4, ,..,-.- . ....f.- , -Q P ha i A. rap K . ' yf - , .4 34' "U ,, finl- 1 -. .4 , ...Y-Q-..., 4, .L ...V I I: lrtsent at the Board of Rc ents mcctm are C F Mclilhmney senior vice president and treasurer, Mrs. Gus Worthamg Colonel W. B. Batesg Dr. Philip Iamesnuke George f' Hoffman president 'Nlr Leta Gilbert secretary to Dr Hoffman A J Farfel and George Hawn. Regents Set H Policies The nine members of the Board of Regents were appointed by Governor John B. Connally in August, 1963. Function- ing as the policy-making body of the University, the Board has approved, over the past year, a current building pro- gram of S20,000,000, an unprecedented sum in UH history. They also have obtained over 953,000,000 in federal funds for building programs. This was the highest amount re- quested by any of the state universities. Colonel W. B. Bates serves the Board as chairman. Other members are James T. Duke, J. A. Elkins, lr., A. J. Farfel, George S. llawn, Edward D. Manion, Corbin J. Robertson, lack Valenti, and Nlrs. Gus S. Vlfortham. if -HS-.P-.:-.sixty-:-aiw.. , . .A -A . . Q fl BOARD OF REGENTS 'ni FUN-L5 .- ft,.- etr JP?-'S' I, Eg., H 3712 5,1 .t. F'siiii'Y1'7 L" lf, I .-- l . are-. J !. frniffli id f 353:-MJF: rimzlf- U x It W' ,f MJ,-f N5 Di- Pm? Others present are Dr. Patrick J. Nicholson, vice president of University Developmentg J. A. Elkins, ,lr.g Edward Maniong Noe Perez, Houston Post re- porterg James Dukeg George Hawng and Dr. John C. Allred, vice president and dean of faculties. Not pictured are board members Corbin J. Robertson and Jack Valenti an X 1 , 'R 4 'ft . 1 V gf- 'I 'wrvkyi xx Liih ,ff If Sm 1 I Rl l 7 fi ' 1 v--117' 'Ii -1 Iilflfli Hll'HlIJl'I"i 'tml Univ:-rsity udtninistrutors listen intently to tt discussion of plans for the new scvcntt-on-story high-rise dormitory. ,33 Z .' I . . 'gl' 5 ' - gHfg'WJE ,-2,gx- Y'1 fjfy: ujgxg, ff' 5. be ff' f . 4"4G6- F' hier' lr 2 f 1 I l VL IL ' 2 lp X 4 1 AI .- X .r ii gfif' T inl......,.,-,,- .. . 1' - 'Q 5 ' ,' 'I. -lf . 9. 'S .X 3235 f - i'-x '-I o 34.s. i .x I x, 9 If' 5'. i F , 1 g --. D l 'T . 1 '- -. lr, A u.. - . r , Q ., V My '33-gf ' I Q 7' -- H - 4:11, , I Lg- lr. if ,. d : l 3, K I J, ,1'?to ' H in N. 0, 3: und 4 9 V I Q F T. ' '- 'NVQ' HJ' A . ,Y .,. i V-, .Y I .V K--A nz, .-, ., - - d'iF-- ' ' V-if I ,F - 5 2 f V M15 if3l1:-:5a-zf-..-- -sf - X 1 5 1 ,I , . A ...mtmg I-w e t ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES F I6 'Y C. F. MQELHINNEY Expanded Building Program nder Direction of Mcfilhinney ,Ns Senior Yin'-l'rc'siclcr1t and 'l'rcasux'er. Mr. C. F. Mclflhinney is currently Con- rw-rm-ml with two lmnrl issues and at total lvuildingz progrrnn which may reach 544,000,- lllltl ln' IUIIO. Nlri Xlvlflltittrtvy is in vlmrge of all husiness aetivities of the University. Over the lust ju-nr. ht- has lm-n vlosf-ly itmvulwcl with lwlping the University adjust to the rn:-tlwls nf ltusim-ss nsvrl hy at stgxtv-suppnrtvrl university. Supervising the auxiliary 1-nit-rprisvs 1-f tht- lniwrsity nnfl f-mmlinuting suvh activities as the planning of a nw tta,tt.tar.- flnr'rnitm'y un- :inning ntlwr fluties that Mr. Klee-lflhinney performs as lI't'.ls1lI't'I'. Y-X. 4, Y ,Y, ,. ,. . lxff-ntly urnpltttn, tl tt un .ts pn-snlt-nt uf tht- sznnf- KWQLIIIIZHIIOII. Mr. llclflhinne ' I u.ts n.nnt-tl tn tht- 1-xt-vtxttw fw-tmnittf-1' 1-I tht- Central ,Nssucizltimi of College and Uni- wrsitx llnsinvss flfliw't's. l l i . L' : ' fps.-. ' Allrf Unix I The add lion this Y Deafl of to me t Chanical Q thllr. .tt 'llherf U . uaiefillrt Prog ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES an 090 6-1 al'14 -or .ai . .f :wil -it f ul ...nl ml ,dl . .vid .pd . wi uni L. L ,. DR. JOHN C. ALLRED Allred's Goal Is to Strengthen University Academic Program The addition of extension courses at the National Aeronautics and Space Administra- tion this year can be attributed to the office of Dr. John C. Allred, Vice-President and Dean of Faculties. Dr. Allred also has been instrumental in gaining recent approval to issue doctoral degrees in English, history, political science, mathematics, and me- chanical engineering. Dr. Allred's office is concerned with the total operation of the academic aspects of the University. He deals with the curriculum, faculty, and budget, in addition to sup- ervising the colleges, libraries, research. internal affairs, and staff offices. "There is no more challenging university than the University of Houston," declares Dr. Allred. His future plans for the institution include further development of the grad- uate program. as well as strengthening of the total academic services. -in-li' if--'Y'-R-.W , , , , ,.,.. , , ., ..-, ...... Q 1 ,- l H9ZNW9"4"i'--,I , . H L V '-' j " 1 f ,,. L ...., ,, . -'-- , .. , Q . Y,. H31 . ",1.-- f 1- ., f - f' 1- ' ,- 4 4. . 5, .: :Q-,jr g N.. , ig, iesfligjgfg, Qjtzg-:5L.::.1:..Zfs gljggiuus. 3125-51:Ag.:hp,5-1 .1 i ,A-ug.. . -.QFL51-.-- .3 4 2-5: ,, :HHN MIAMI , in J., I .. .A v.-.1-5-'www Q.. '-:" " - " r-' ' -fr:-. -1- -- st-:Q ' .Q -z .. - . ,sg,z',g.- -.A+-49.1 ..:L 'vw -.. - - . ' r - '- "' 1 , -L -as I H - ' ' s "har-ms:-.s,x."-i1.'t:'r'iS'?sn:.. .L-.3:.. -:.fn:s:.7Z5.4-as...-fe' Ha- es. T:s.f.-lf:-,as,Q,t:..:Ef.,naf:.4Q:. .:--,.:f,.e ence.. 1-M , ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES llindl' I W' it mr 'gul- -all nfl vi' ,Fu 116 -we 111' 43 F ltfl X . - :jvffff f' I n j Vff I f"Xm DR. PATRICK I. NICHOLSON Directing, Coordinating Are Among Administrative Duties The only certificate of exceptional achievement in financial support awarded a leading university this year was presented to the University of Houston. The certificate was awarded to the Office of University Development in the Na- tional Honors Competition of the American College Public Relations Asso- ciation. The award was for maintaining financial support from donors while the University was changing from a privately-operated to a public institution. The work of University Development involves the raising of funds for the Excellence Program of the University of Houston Foundation to aid the overall development of the institution, and many other projects. Development also assists the president in obtaining funds for the current 354-4,000,000 building program. University Development is under the direction of Vice-President Patrick J. Nicholson. Dr. Nicholson is currently serving as president of the American College Public Relations Association, an organization composed of approxi- mately 2600 members from 1100 colleges and universities. Douglas G. Mac Lean holds the dual position of Assistant to the President and Director of Personnel Services. He is responsible for coordination and liai- son activities associated with the development of long-range plans, particularly those concerned with the physical development of the campus. His duties as head of personnel involve the recruitment of non-professional staff, as well as directing the employee benefits program. Mr. Mac Lean has been with the University since 1960. DOUGLAS G. MAC LEAN :,, I8 ' 'J ...:..- -73. W" V'-5.3225-rf i?rIQaT'1:-'fireef-:nfs-1.fa::-f'a.-ffr-:,T,,,.,1-.asa,rag-,...,, - : A , , Agn-,..:,,b.:,. ,,,, :gg-.fgfws--fl.:,t- . gg:-f--S3-,Qs-:5L eJ'::.:a1::a: is-. 1 --, f,-i-ssff-ara - 1, sffQ.f,-.fd-2 I ..s-L .f 1 , -.esuftiznfz-14?-1255-Z.-12fgE':!?v-1:F2-Ikffggfzv.-:Ee,6:.5'?'ff:Eijg-F'-F?EEZ'-1-,qv-:gE.fiET tar -215526i7?3isg:1-51155-3145-,'?f35135753 .z 3534 -SQTYETZ.-..41....,... .M ., ,, 2 "r ' ' - -1 'wee - ww- f- - --H 4 - .-. 5-. .-Y - f f. W- .-.- -ff---rm-,---s--,:,-:'-f,f-Su.-.1,-V-H-za, ...f..-..i.,..sw..... X .V - . .v-'sf-4. - ...ez -A-I-.rw -',m:.-it -14.13. . Three Handle Money Matters Synonymous with University financial matters are the names of J. T. Brogdon, A. L. Rankin, and R. S. Thomas. Mr. Brogdon holds the recently-created posi- tion of Budget Director, whose concerns are budget preparation and appropriations requisi- tions. This year, a record request for almost 34,- 000,000 in federal funds was prepared by his office. A. L. Rankin's duties as Purchasing Agent center on directing all purchasing for the school. He is also in charge of the University mailroom and storeroom. Mr. Rankin is serving as the president of the National Association of Hospital Purchasing Agents. The collection of all money relative to Univer- sity activities is supervised hy Controller R. S. Thomas. Une of his main duties is the handling of the payroll, in which a streamlined system was introduced this year. 1. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT J. T. BROGDON U A. L. RANKIN R. S. THOMAS I . W ' 1 f"-'--2. 1- .' " g,-- :xz3'.f"f'-as me sf . . ..:-L:a.-..-- ...E--yn be 2. .. -- af: -f- H 5. - e m:.--eras, M. .,.,,,,,,,L , N W f , .. V, - Q1 x ' . X .. . W. ...-..-s . ..., . J--. . . ., .. ...J F.. . ,, ,uw ,,,,.-.g-.,..--u---.---...-....n,--,-u.n--frL.,4nveq.-- H , Y - r s2:'MW-""'1f .-Q -- -1' .. --v:1:L.1- A f -le. 1 . . mm, g.,,,-aa, fi- J f sr..-"J-'A --wh I I BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Overseers Campus Care Care and maintenance of the physi. cal aspects of the University is in the hands of Harry F. Ebert, Sterling Bak. er, and H. W. Loman. Completion of the Lamar Fleming Chemistry-Pharmacy Building, comple. tion of the Religion Center, provision of parking space for 2000 cars, and begin- ning construction on the University Center and other new enclosures are only a small portion of the activities coordinated this past year by Harry Ebert, Director of the Physical Plant. Mr. Ebert supervises the Maintenance an-d Security Departments, Power Plant ...A HARRY F. EBERT operations, and facilities design, in ad- dition to overseeing the physical devel- opment of the campus. The members of the Safety and Security Department are entrusted with the pro- tection of the buildings and grounds. Patrolling the campus around the clock, they also have charge of fire prevention and traffic control. Mr. Sterling Baker serves as supervisor. A newly-created position on campus this year is Director of Equipment. H. W. Loman, former purchasing agent for the University, serves in the post. Mr. Lornan's duties involve general supervision of the property control system and - remodeling, plus working with the architects, deans, and department chairmen on new construction, design specifications, and selection of equipment. . ,.....,..............ama H' W' LOMAN STERLING BAKER 20 HW' . V Busy With ming il 0 N -. ,., Li, v... viii Q -S Iare : of the Phys, 'rsrty' i5 in G. t. Sterling larnar I-'lemig Cflmpg Cer. provhion it fars. and the I-DHITQTITLH enclosures 'f lhe actiiids year by Ham Physical he Niaintenzize tb. Power s tlesizn. in sf - physical dei rd with the tri- l the clock, .ng Baker uipment. H. I the post ll tml system -nt chairmffl Ti Til. Student Rise Causes Need For Expansion Three auxiliary enterprises are main- tained within the University com- munity: the dormitory complex, the bookstore, and the printing plant. NThe fire in Settegast Hall prior to the opening of school, the planning of a high-rise housing complex for 2,000 students, and the surge of school spirit in the dormitories have made this one of the most exciting and chal- lenging years for student housingf comments Bruce Gurd at the cornple- tion of his twelfth year as Director of Housing. His office directs the opera- tion of residence halls, which includes the planning of buildings, programs, and budgets, and managing the food service. Dudley M. Schroen manages the bookstore, which provides many services for students. Among these is a check cashing service, added only this year. Future plans include the establishment of a post office sub-station after the relocation of facilities in the University Center now under construction. The printing plant saw an addition of S-17,000 in new equipment this year as it expanded its facilities to meet the requirements of the increased enrollment. Under the supervision of S. Wayne Taylor, the printing plant handles all Uni- versity printing. Outside of his duties at the plant, Mr. Taylor serves as Director of the International Graphic Arts Education Association. AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES BRUCE GURD T... ..... . JI!! WAYNE 'I'AYl.0R IDIIIJLICY M. SCIIROICN -- - -- - -, -....... ...,-...Y---1--rr.--.,.. lt. . fma.-. ,,,.. A, .J f.--. v -.:....... , ----,.L- - ,rp , , , ' -- .., ,. -sn -- -1 .L-L 1 . . - ,-W., , ,. - if s. .., A . . A L-, ,, , "tt " ' 'rf' '5?"'--aber 3 'bs-..1 -V-z 4+ ru' fu, frees- . ..t vrsl2ff::1:th:,-1 t""13'.iz: ':3:5J,-- 1-111:31 fL1,t.'-2-:s-.5'ff.-':- 6-sm:r.L .tm --A ' - - . y UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT I w , I 1 I E I I RALPH FREDE Trio Works to Join niversity and Public Serving as liaisons between the University of Houston and the public are Ralph Frede, Walter Williams, and Farris Block. "In development, we are never satisfied because we always see more need than we've met," states Mr. Frede, in his position as Di- rector of Development Projects and Executive Director of the Uni. versity of Houston Foundation. It is his function to help meet the financial needs of the expanding university by presenting such needs to members of the community in hopes of obtaining their support. As Director of University Relations, Walter Williams is concerned with changes, improvements, and attitudes in the various facets of university life. Career Days, Honor Days, and commencement exer- cises come under his jurisdiction as he coordinates all activities with area high schools, as well as programs at the University itself. The Office of Information, which is responsible for the prepara- tion and dissemination of all information pertaining to the Univer- sity, is headed by Farris Block. It maintains its oum photographic service. Vp WALTER WILLIAMS 22 FARRIS BLOCK .cl Iwelopmenl 5 Vniversitfs 1 Vx 'A V. ,, L ,lf wen- ,. V ,, . 5 ""'u--,...., , N . .1 ,fm ,-.rw : K x , p -4 VIENNA I " li Tp 5 . j ff 754 I-,ip . 'A Jr --,... ., ,E u SEI at Ci.: iq. , YZ V - is-,Alf mf 'zu--.1 I , Nr q K Q' lr . - .-F-K - l'..f'y0m, gm ' I Dl!'l'fr. - '- Tw 'I , . '- 5 uv , .c -. ' '-'- EIQ K- ,N I -f 1... L F GE 1 , gix :PIM ,N y RQ frlss , ., F--1 r SQ -.rg . . .. Nag. . rg PL '-1 ,, .. . ,' T,-'1'C-3-: 1 15' J-F'-5?-, 'sr-'-"',",..- 'LEfE'.:i- "'r..i1- A... L7 f ,R-f::n,,.,. ,-a..., , , .4 ,,,, A, :m:3m4mwmu1s + w ,. f5.::gi3ze:m5,f"J'f,gsiqq-,QLW4-?r'iY5:?1a2f2:iLf j5y21:zef::g1:gEf:gs3,i-fs-T, A . ,Y . ' ' W -" ' 'f V H f -' 1-1 -121: -1 fswffff--If-121 klzjrraivsffswslsf-f':'::'?:',izzw-ran, --.e,,,,,.1,, Y , , 5 , ' - ' - - '-' ' ' - - -- M-M L---. .:: -Pdf:f:'i,:,-, .LTL , , ,MN .i,,, ,, , , .- .. . . . I , l A ... ,...,,,-1 ze. : -.:, .. Q,,, , stun and the i C Always See .l5llluf1 as 7 Uf the lfni. iclp meet the ig such needs Tldlf Support E concerned UV-E faces of ttcemenl Exer. .uftixities with self. T the preparg- o the fniver- ph-Jtograt-hs tl .I X, ,... fgWSg.s 1 up GEORGIA A. ROBINSON Development Shows University's Progress Progress at the University of Houston is readily illustrated by the records of three prominent services. The awarding of the first National Merit Scholarship on the UH campus was only one of the firsts for the Office of Loans and Scholarships. Under the direction of Mrs. Georgia A. Robinson, this office also saw the first year of participation in the College Scholarship Service and entered into the United Students' Aid Loan Fund Program. A new transmitter and antenna complex at KUHT-TV that doubled the coverage area is one of the outstanding advancements in the two University-owned and operated communications media. The television station and KUHF-FM radio are managed by Roy E. Barthold. The stations serve the University and the community through their educational programming, as well as through enter- tainment features. The Alumni Federation has the distinction this year of having the largest paid membership in UH history. The Federation, under the direction of Charles Il. Cray, is a separate entity of the Uni- versity that keeps records of all students who have attended UI-I in the past. Serving as president of thc alumni is Harry Iledges. ' Pawn! Q ,m:u0 UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT wdwkb ROY E. BARTHOLD Nr Sys ,K HARRY I-IEDGES CllARl,lCS CRAY tg!-'llU""""' . 1, w H, ' ' 'Ai ww-1-1f .1jg,f . lg, .ll .gy-,L5f.g t ' - Ryu ,Q 14,1..3:.2g31.,f.fifiery-:57Q'gj'1.zx:L7a,1h.f52ig,'5 In ff-. -1 .. L: - ' ' ' -. V -4. .1- V 1,1.:.,. . Mya-1 v-."'-.x'.n3g:ia4.mw.- ax- 1:1-LM --wp -: .-,Q 1-fn: n4rgr'A'f- uf-H'-P":v:1..f..5-4 ugly.,-.:ra:,1-v.-.1:.g':- ,. , 4 1 '5g3msaEt:gb'e1::1g::s:A-Ji., ' "f LW. ., . t -mea 1-iihvf-utr. K...-1:-w xi.. 1... yr '-" . , 3 251-j'E'5.541, ': j-ea ZA 'll-lj jg " " :-V W., 'A , -'- -.--H . A STUDENT SERVICES E 24 DEAN WILLIAM A. YARDLEY tudent Life Coordinated By Yardley HTO be intently aware of the rights of stu- dents and their appropriate role in institutioral affairs," is the guideline that Dr. William I. Yardley has set for himself in his new role as Dean of Students. Having been with the Uni- versity since I960, Dean Yardley has held the new position since September 1, 1964. As coordinator of all departments within the student life division, Dean Yardley reflects on the activities during his first year, "We have tried to implement the University community idea on our campus by incorporating faculty and student opinion in student life policies. We have also increased communication as a staff with the students and university as a whole." The Student Services division of the Uni- versity has also been responsible for the de- velopment of an orientation program compati- ble with the intellectual intent of the University and the publication of a Student Life Policies handbook. -tsswimas-va-.mar t' Jag?-:?SF!f.1-.1921-125z3Qe::f-i:!r.ey:':'.s'Laaeag:f'11a-ga-saafsi 'faj-'ESF-ia.,f----an-wmv. .-, LE, V Y . W . V ..., . ,..,, WI, .- ,..-.a,--s-.W 1fg.,1.:,.,,, .,, H. A,,,:'m ,ning MV Y W' Q V - , .,-. . W- f .'T'v 'menu u :thin if -r A ff-at 4 "ia-Rfb' ,V ,W H, .. . . . .. . , ,.., . ..,. , . , .. . . . ,. A . Nt...-,....-, ,.. ..,.,.,., LL. AHL. .g,,,,.,.,,...V . ,,.,.s:.,..?...,.....- ,Y,, .L,-.-,. . .. , W, .. ,, .H . , ... W., ., , , I 'r ttlhii .gf Q- ' irstitmim liz. William a with the lag- Poi. . 'X nut' I . .:.. ' '.L w mr. We bw , .. .N..-.-,.-- , 4114 l.'........- Q Em 'fy ,L .- Fi' ,ff .- 'r fs. ... :- ' u-za ...nf-Nfl., , .1 ne:-221 . 5 r. M. :- i,,: if ' ,,1.., - : -L, lznff' ,J J.. L his new wk 5 ins itlfi if v p,. LT DEAN L. S. MITCHELL STUDENT SERVICES Deans Work Closely With UI-I Students Students find friends as well as confidants in the Dean of Men and the Dean of Women. Actively participating in every student undertaking that has been jointly sponsored by students and faculty is L. S.l"Chief,' Mitchell, Dean of Men. '4Chief" sponsors the lnterfraternity Council, Cougar Christmasland, Cou- gar Capers, Koobraey Ball, homecoming events, and the cheerleaders. He has been associated with student ac- tivities at the University since 1933. As Dean of Women, Mrs. Bessie M. Ebaugh also selves as advisor to Panhellenic and generally assists with all activities of women's organizations. The respon- sibilities of her position are demanding, but 34 years of experience in education has given her the ability to match the scope of her profession. Dean Ebaugh tries to impress on her students, "lf we are dedicated to the essentials of learning, we will be serving our community, a purpose we must never lose sight of." SECRETARY PEARL WOOIJALI. DEAN BESSIE M. EBAUGH mi - ..- ' -.scsmm rimm- , M, vn.vmn..-gm use !Q - ,.a L ii- ...,-A-T '- L T2:,n.T.l .. :Q '.-Vg' 'LT'-' U-5, -.4 4-an--f V -D, r, .1 ,. , I . - - ,...- . - ' . . -V,-ru ..,. .. ., , . .,,,,.,...i..- , . . . . , A. 1- -191 ,'.-:lil-Lai ..x.!n:-75-'Fx 1'3" 1-HI" 'J' STUDENT SERVICES Q DR. WALTER P. ALLEN 26 ,M ,f ww., MM W ,, af ' , 1 f t , 'W' Z f W 1 N Z Qt' ff 4? 9 f, f f Cf I I v., f, 4' 'F 'ff ff W 4 f 5 Miv,,,W1 Z , , 7 ., f, ,,, ,f y rg lug. N. ROSS STRADER Main Responsibilities Uf Allen and Strader Are Advisin and Counselin Acquainting over 500 students from 58 different countries with the American way of life is one of the main tasks of Dr. Walter P. Allen, International Student Adviser. The responsibilities of thiS division entail helping international students to adapt to life at the University and to achieve their academic objectives. Dr. Allen also introduces American students to the internationals and their cultures. Ross Strader seeks to provide continuity for school publications in his position as Student Publications Adviser. He serves as counselor and technical adviser to the Cougar and Houstonian, UH newspaper and yearbook, and insures that the policies of the Student Publications Committee are adhered to. Mr. Strader serves on the National Board of Directors of KHPPH Alpha Mu, national photography fratemity. .ip rt' 6 1 it . -fn' ziwlgfw iw 35, uf' ,iffft as w ffff.-v"'f'd i 3 A4'1 if Kiikwbi . .fp-1 Jilkd. qua! pf,i:.1ir1"iY11W3"i N V ' . - 9 ! x in W "! Q 2 5, E l u T - T ln l l 5 ,- I s r Are eling wit .nt countries of Dr. Walter P' of lhf atl3PI to me T tives Dr' and M :tional blicalifms 'T ol PU 3 collfldm ,,, UH HW udent Publlcauou ryes as of Kilt viredo Bennett, Scott Head New Campus Buildings Edwin de F. Bennett and William D. Scott boast the distinction of having the two newest buildings on campus in their charge. The role of Coordinator of Religious and Leadership Activities, which Mr. Bennett fills, involves developing and coordinating the campus program of religious life and activities to give students the best opportunities to develop sound value systems. Mr. Bennett, an ordained minister, offers leadership to the campus clergy as well as to the college community. All campus religious activities have just been relocated in the new Religion Center building. A new face at the University this year is William Scott, director of the multi-million dollar University Center now under construction. The Center is scheduled to he opened in September, 1966, and is slated to become the uliving room of the campus." It will house facilities that will include bowling, billiards, a craft shop, and a garden complete with a waterfall. The new University Center will be the fourth student union building that Mr. Scott has opened at various institutions. He currently is president of the world-wide College Unions International organization. WILLIAM D. SCOTT STUDENT SERVICES EDWIN de F. BENNETT ' " -'ef ll 111' ' ' Y- 5 ',E.1f::: shi? 1.72, - , ,, , I M , . .4 .... . U , U A, is 2 ' s - . ,f, . -f - A - -W - -'A ---v--Mft-iw-fwg-'H - , tt'-Hit ' w as Q . ae f.a, .? fe fn' -- . K A N - ss x X' K R m W"'-Q. K ' ww-as wwwwwwsf' K LOU RUSSELL Placement, Evaluation nique Service Areas The Placement Center and the Counseling Service and Testing Center both seek to provide unique areas of student services, Under the direction of Miss Lou Russell, the Placement Center serves the entire campus, including students, graduates, and alumni, by providing job placement. Miss Russell was honored this year when she was presented the River Oaks Civil Award by the Business and Professional Women of Houston. She also serves as a member of the U, S, Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services. As Director of the Counseling Center and Testing Service, Dr. Joseph P. Schnitzen oversees the operation of this division, whose services are available to all students. The Counseling Center is designed to help students grow in self-understanding so that they may use their assets effec- tively and plan attainable goals for the future. It also provides assistance to faculty and staff in evaluating student academic performance. ahllf' . lp I Dlrff' G fl. ln ,ri . ,u 4 P 'YUM .xv ' ,ff 'ZS ' hi" ' xi 'ln' f .. n fi . 2,1TH"" . lui! - Jmfjl . ' ,file . 1 1 X' r ., WT' I , . K' VW- -rr it ' J an- 1 "MJ" :'z4'r"1f 7 'il '70 'Q' , ...kr ,mv --f' 'LU' A.-- iffffi :Wu 1 DR. JOSEPH P. SCHNITZEN ' -3-2'-has-A. hi lm ....m-mais.-Eames i" W'-'f: 1 "'1e i ,J -,....,L ,.-,- ,M ,. -r Y - L., sm ,gs ,ze.--.411.-J,-s,,3?i.:?qi5fQaTE'4+isl?q.H1-gifgiagag-3,-f,ge4,g,LT.s...,g3:-faery:-Glxff V-, . , my Q New s M' " A "' """ ' . v' L . arswe-1-2'1ei:1:-a:1Li!:s" D 4 21 1 x ! u r .I . H, in .ion bas 36 d and T6SllI1g I Services. the Placement n tsf graduates. was Presented cl Professional I' of the rvices, esting Service, f this division, students grow ir assets effec. t also provides ldent academic I I STUDENT SERVICES Fouke Directs Athletics, A 5 . sssgvafgam ' l 2 iii eff VA A Whltehurst, Infirmary l 4 The signing of a contract for the Cougars to play in the new Harris County Domed Stadium climaxed a busy year for Director of Athletics Harry H. Fouke. Mr. Fouke coordinates and regulates the activities of the physical education department including the scheduling of all athletic events. He has been with the school since 194-5 when he was selected the first Director of Athletics and Physical Education. Ted Nance and Ned Thompson assist Mr. Fouke as Sports News Director and Athletic Department Business Manager, respectively. The Medical Office is headed by Dr. James R. Whitehurst who maintains a staff of one other medical doctor, three nurses, a part-time psychiatrist, and a secretary. The office renders assistance to the faculty, staff, and student body by making diagnoses, and by treating emergency cases and minor illnesses. Dr. Whitehurst also 'serves asf the Athletic Department physician. DR. JAMES R. WHITEHURST n TED NANCE HARRY H. FOUKE NED THOMPSON 1 1- . fjfe:-E .,i-iZ'gQg2-.Lim ' 'f - - e - -- ACADEMIC SERVICES DR. EDWARD G. HOLLEY - -.f 11117. ..15.g-Elma: - -1-s i s-.m,1.':s,s,1L,.L, J,--., ,mv M,--fe e' : -1- , . V. .xv -K "- . --e 4. .-:- .e:.g, L,-Jflm- 3 9.4, ,, .. . ,H , J.. -,K,.-,4.,g?14, 'L Q "lm ,.211gL ,, ,,, . . , f , A H , , I ., WN ' 'ivrfiig 5 T-V -. ' '.:-.-Zi,?.,52?. '515'ff' Bf"f1.ZifEff3' '-1'F--51-1,!.,:z ::: ' .wwfx f .1-,1,-...,,. ...sv W., .-- z..n-.1-.srw .aww f-.- V-,. ..f.1..f.w A '- - ' 2-:vf Ht.: 2- - -.2-1-ga4e.1f..as-:f :AML ' am ..-fzmaasy-g.,' ,-11:5 123,158-5,5'.,5l5giuZgig: H N-,,.m Y' nf' f Libraries and Registrar ,gn lillf' Meet Academic Needs Two areas which are meeting critical academic needs of the University are the Registrar's Office and the Library. The breaking of the ground for the new 32.7 million addition to the M. D. Anderson Memorial Library has been of special interest to Dr. Edward G. Holley, Director of Libraries since 1962. This addition will provide space for increasing the book collection to approximately 800,000 volumes from the current 310,000 and will more than double the seating capacity of the main building. Dr. Holley was the recipient of the Scarecrow Press Award of the American Library Association for his book, Charles Evans, American Bibliographer, as "an outstanding contribution to library literature in 1964.9 The Registrar's Office, under the direction of Ramon A. Vitulli, is primarily concerned with admissions, registration, and with the maintenance of academic records for over 180,000 former and present students. With the increased enrollment at the University, the Registrar's Office has had to work with 4,000 more students than it had before. Mr. Vitulli estimates that the enrollment for 1970 will be 28,000 students. 3.-fa" N, . ZZ , .... 30 ' i' """QLL' n .,,-iffilrev-Lx'- .::"-'Vnaie:.1i.q.,..:,,,,,.T.,-, ., ,,.'WM,,,,, A w-Tw-YL g W .Aw A RAMON A. 'VITULLI' J'--' ' ' ' 1, f fs . . -. -n-.,, -A, Q.. ,Y :...:, ,,,:-.,...,, . .. . ,UA , , , V ' " ' W" 'A '-'-'if'-'P.'f -gains 'fsss.2'x.-me ..-2s3?fw24:eEm1gif2f:f:Ej.5,,,,. A , , . - - ' Dvd' ""' - 's"F ' r P12---.:'.-1':-I.:--JL.:-.f . , 4 2' ' y 1-'Y A 4 A .- v-1 fu-rf . rim' Q. .ff 1. ...W-pi : 7, 'wi' .9-3 'J Xfli nv- 14 I' 9' gg'-vat. K I y 1 ACADEMIC SERVICES HI' S Heedg of the on addition to iPCCial in ce 1962. This 1 Collection to teregt 3,000 and wit ig, 7955 Award gf :harles Evans, tion to library ion A. Vimtli, and with the J former and 116 University, more students enrollment for F oreign, Local Projects Concern Tiller and Crump Dr. Frank M. Tiller heads the Office of International Affairs, whose main concern is the development of academic programs in foreign countries. The UH now directs programs, consisting of consultative activities, administration reform, projects, and profes- sional and student exchange at universities in India, Costa Rica, Ecuador, and Brazil. Dr. Tiller's office Works in cooperation with the UH Co-mmittee on International Affairs, which acts as an advisory body. Dr. Tiller has been honored recently by the naming of a chemical engineering laboratory at the University of Cuayaquil in Ecuador as the HF. IVI. Tiller Unit Operations Lab." He is currently serving as the chairman of the Engineers' Joint Council Commission on Rural Industrial Development. The Office of Research, directed by Joseph R. Crump, administers and coordinates all University research projects. Its main activity is the handling of contracts and the accounting of funds for research purposes. Within the last ten years, research funding has grown at a ratio of 100 to 1 and, at present, the University handles about 32,000,000 in grants annually. DR. FRANK M. TILLER ' JOSEPH R. CRUMP 3I ,-.,-,,-,,.,... - -e 1'-fr" ,,... A 'h"u'u-11.1 L- L- 'f"'.. 4 . - K 4 -w.. J "iS L bu 3 'fgwn ,l. 3v E,- by I ,A :,.5Efgj5:,,51: :: an Lu ,.1.-fx 'ff MLC, H Q' 3.4-'l.u..,a... M' .. ...-.,..,s A,.,. t .- , .,,.... 4 4 1 NV' 5 XX H 'N sw: Messsnm QNQQSRX' , get X if , -S S",f"yft fS iz NYWX , 52.3 ,f' i 2 -fit ' as swehfw-Q , s , , sss 5 ' R f , cw? K f at NNN A' -Y-fV'w'f if 13,35 ,F K , S 5 1 Q i Dr Hugh T. Freebaim studies the ripening process of bananas. Dr Ralph Becker attem pts to get an ac -t ' mm and photochromlc Compounds. cura e reading on the graph as he works with thermochro 2 F 2 1 Researchl C Research plays a significant role on the UH campus. At present, UH has 32,000,000 supporting over sixty re- search and education projects involving forty faculty members. Among the most noted of the projects are those of Dr. Richard I. Evans in psychology, Dr. Daniel Sheer in psychology, Df- Ralph Becker in chemistry, and Dr. Hugh T. Freebairn in biology. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation, Dr. Evans' pr0j6Ct is en' titled "A Social, Psychological Evalua- h' U Interviews P5 cholo- tion of Filmed Teac ing with the World's Greatest Y gistsf' ln essence, he is attempting I0 h and PCT' I capture on film the thoug ts sonalities of the world's greates h o chologists. Among The noted PSYC I' . - - re ogists Dr. Evans has interviewed H 0' Carl G. lllfln' Dr. B, F. Dr. Erich Fromm, Dr. Dr. Henry Murray, and Skinner. Dr. Sheer is using COIUP f d find ways to get in ee uters T0 stantaneous ' 55 RESEARCH Dr. Richard I. Evans. at right, interviews Dr. Erich Fromm, world renowned psychologist, in Cuernavaca, Mexico. gggarg Projects Ran e From Bananas to Brains significant role present, UH ht? over sixty rf' rojects involving rs. AIIIOUS the ojects are 0109 S in psychology! p5yCl10l0gl" DL IllStI'Ys and DL biology. fational 5' Pfolect iological Evaltt' hing me eateSf PSY I ' o i5 Hliffmptmg hts and Pell 1,5 greatest Psi . noted Psliciiri intefviewmlune. .Carl G' 5 Dr. B' Sciellff is en' rvigiff cholv lOUg and s ll 5 computer ed. fe s tanlaneou f' ' 1 back on changes in the brain under various conditions of psychological stimulation. His work is also under the auspices of the National Science foundation. Thermochromic and photochromic compounds are the subjects of Dr. Becker's work. These are compounds that change color as the heat and light intensity varies. Dr. Becker is attempt- ing to find the mechanism that causes the compounds to change color. Event- ually, he hopes to be able to theorize what molecules will be what color. The Pfoject is sponsored by the U. S. Air Force. Dr. Freebairn is studying the mech- anisms of control of plant respiration and ripening processes. Once these mechanisms are understood, attempts will be made to slow the ripening Processes. A large part of the work has been done with banana plants, al- though other fruits and vegetables have H150 been studied. The National Ba- nana Association and Whirlpool Corp- oration are sponsors of the project. bifirbivivlrvvhrib ggyppyvhbbv Xl MQW MQW . . 0 BP' , ... 1 C 5 ff 5 , 5 trol", 12" ii 1 , so 'I of ',.d ts.. Jig 'xx , 11 g Q lil X .5 s .' 'gb x Q? is ' 5 5 0 ,, no .. up " " Nui" 3' if . , w as v ! 5 , I V? Z. Mi T , X39 wmnllw M Richard Miller, psychology graduate periods of stimulation. . ,.- da Q I Q f av is .9-5 J Q fa 1-' f - 4-if r r i ' " ii ff' QP ' ' ' ' I - . 35 Vi ta ' .. 4 'a : 1 5 f.'v 0. K 1 1 'B If . , , , Q Wi t. s - ,. xr- 4 .Z at, 47 fl?-EE, s , f' fi ag, ff - x x x M -A all xv 3 s 3 ws , -:-s,:s- Wal ,. , . ,a 1, W f fin f were w, i fsgs 5 sv wx' as X QQ? Q S X E X ,Q .Sega 4 a s m W .M 0 . 5. ,sf 3 X. Q :NQQX t WM,,,..a...a,.Y :., 1. .. 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Jones, Burdette Keeland, Jr. DANIEL, James L., Senior DE LA REZA, Reynaldo, Senior LUNOW, Jerry M., Senior MCGLASSON, Joel H., Senior OSWALD, Bradford R., Senior SPRINGER, Donald, Senior SPRAGUE, Susan L., Senior STURM, Lawrence E., Senior VOTAVA, Bobby, Senior WALKER, James S., Senior WALKER, Virgil R., Senior ADAMEK, Kenneth H., Freshman ANDERSON, Anthony A., Freshman ANDERSON, Kenneth L., Junior BABINECK, Thomas A., Sophomore BALDWIN, Charles R., Freshman BARRINEAU, Walter R., Junior BARTON, Clyde E., Sophomore BECKER, Richard W., Sophomore BENNETT, William F., Freshman BENSON, Gordon F., Sophomore BERRY, Larry L., Freshman BRACE, Seely D. Jr., Freshman CALLAWAY, Michael, Sophomore CAPONE, Thomas G., Freshman CARLTON, Bruce E., Freshman CARTER, Lewis S., Freshman CEDILLO, Richard J., Sophomore CHERN, George Jr., Sophomore COLBERT, Roy E., Junior CONWAY, Gerald M., Freshman COPELAND, Boyd D., Sophomore COURTIN, Ande D., Sophomore COVERT, James R., Junior CUMMINGS, Cara G., Freshman DARILEK, Charles R., Junior DAVIS, Michael B., Freshman DOWLING, Michael C., Sophomore DRAWE, Dewis D., Freshman ELLIS, Glenn T., Freshman FACTOR, Ronald D., Freshman FAGAN, James D., Sophomore GAINEY, John P., Freshman GEORGE, Spencer L., Sophomore GOING, Janice G., Sophomore GOZA, Robert L., Freshman GUERRERO, Joe R., Freshman HAIRSTON, Orville S., Sophomore HANCOCK, Nonnan W., Junior I ' 'Lift ,-'- ' ' . "7 iff. ' ji gi"-1 5.,,--,,:3.:'g1-Fil.: -v-epgiv Y. -, 'TT' L,-1 'ffkfgj' V ' ' f' . ,f 9,.,.nv-vqqgnu-Q.-qgfu. -W... X ' .1 v--s-P'9l-mana-4--mann.-n--1 -. 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III, Sophomore RHOADS, Orval E., Sophomore RICHARD, Charles A.,' Freshman RICHARDSON, Mary J., Sophomore RUSSELL, Chesley G., Freshman SCHOCHLER, Dan R., Freshman SHERIDAN, Janie L., Sophomore SONNE, George E., Sophomore TATUM, Gary L., Freshman TESCH, Richard R., Junior JENNINGS, Charles C., Freshman JOHNSON, Michael S., Junior JONES, Edison L., Freshman LITSCHER, John J., Freshman LOGAN, Ray L., Freshman LOVE, Howard L., S0ph0II10fC LOWERY, Mikel D., Freshman MCCOY, Hermon W., Jr., S0IJh07710fC MCNAIR, Joseph M., Sophomore MARTIN, Paul E., Sophomore MAXWELL, Lee W., Junior MILLER, Denzil R., Freshman Freshman Kellis Daniel, Jr. studies the value of shades in architecture lab. THOMAS, Jimmy, Sophomore THOMPSON, James N., Sophomore TIPPIT, Billy D., Sophomore URBAN, Janet K., Freshman UZZI, Michael G., Sophomore VALERI, Edward A., Junior VAUGHN, William W., Freshman VILLARREAL, Homer A., Freshman WILLINGHAM, Wiley D., Sophomore WILSON. James D., Freshman YATES, Charles C., Sophomore ZUHN, James A., Freshman rwsaa.: -052 ,Sf rg 'R -iz, gmkienih-i'-Env.-:Ina 'I ' F ii -: I wg' ...:5 - F, , 1, K f mm' ' ' 'f' " " """ "z'5"E"'if'-'ffmff'if4?5HfL225-W11 ,..,. V- . LL... ..,,... ..--.,es ..w,a,..,fQm--.,....,.,, .J ,I , V L, ,WV V , hilecture lab- College of Arts and Sciences DEAN ALFRED R. NEUMANN As Dean of "the central college of the university," Dr. Alfred R. Neumann feels that the College of Arts and Sciences must strive to serve the full student body as well as those enrolled in the college. Dr. Neumann praises the Work of his uever-improving faculty" which consists of scholars from all over the World. The faculty is active in many of the learned societies. With the new classroom building perhaps the most telling im- provement of the near future, Dr. Neumann is anxious to utilize the new facilities to their fullest extent. The expansion of the Honors Program, the strengthening of the Drama Department, and the emphasizing of liberal arts subjects with a stress on the integration of the natural sciences with the social sciences are a few of the projects that Dean Neumannis office will undertake in the future. .39 HWHWQ-.nu-vu l-...Q-wpypw-um-,nuns -W--na-un.---4-.., """'7"l1l'l"4" 'J """"' ""' Art ,'rf"f'9-1:1 J Q. 1 Q mf 'V . z.L40' 5? ' 'f' f, X FACULTY-FRONT ROW: Walter W. Lodge, Nione Carlson. SECOND ROW: Henry Llenau, Hannah Stewart, William Anzalone, Bernhardt O. Lemmel. THIRD ROW: George E. Shackelford, Carolyn Marshall, Roland Bernier, Marshall Wortham, Stella Sullivan. BACK ROW: Peter W. Guenther fChairmanD, A. F. Fukal, Lillian Fukal. 40 BOURLAND, Sandra P., Senior CARDWELL, Bob R., Senior CLARK, Judy A., Senior FINBERG, Pauline E., Senior FRITSCHE, Alvin M., Senior GUIGAS, Maruine P., Senior HABERGER, Mary W., Senior HOLLINGSWORTH, Clementin Senior HUGHES, Robert L., Senior KUCERA, Sharon A., Senior LANSDON, Gay E., Senior LEE, Alfred A., Senior PIZZINI, Roland C., Senior SELSKY, Richard B., Senior WATSON, Betty J., Senior - . . ' I Instructor William Anzalone gives a student some P013 techmques in a freshman drawing class. ers on : .. ,.,,1!,.V H E I n '- -3:: f' :Hiff 2- -Hi " lv-fa'i',:f:'-L:--'1af1 5:-rvye'-vw'-W ,.'e- fm--wfqf-,f,.-..,....,-, , 2 as KE - . .Ms - . ,Q SSX is fl.: - ...iq gosh z f Sculptures by faculty member Hannah Stewart were a part of the October 23 Faculty Art Exhibit ARLITT, Julius J. Jr., Junior ATTRO, Jacqueline D., Freshman BARBIN, Oscar E., Sophomore BARKER, Linda G., Sophomore BARRON, Paula S., Sophomore BIONDOLILLO, Philip J., Junior BONAR, Albert J., Freshman BOTTHOFF, John L., Sophomore BROWN, John G., Junior BRYMER, Earle J., Junior CAMPBELL, Don R., Sophomore CHANEY, James D., Sophomore CHAPMAN, Sara A., Junior CLARENCE, Richard N., Sophomore CRAVEY, Laurel L., Freshman DEBNEY, Marilyn A., Freshman DELMAR, Mary E., Junior DITTMAR, Karen B., Junior DIXON, Charles K., Freshman DONOHO, Janie C., Freshman FRAZIER, Joyce J., Junior GARCIA, Uvaldo N., Sophomore CERLACH, James J., Sophomore CILCREASE, Rose M., Sophomore GILL, Jeffrey R., Junior GIRO, Louis M., Freshman COODRICH, Suzanne, Freshman GREEN, Paul Elliott, Sophomore HALL, Richard N., Freshman HODCE, Joyce E., Junior f s. ...,.7, 'ik -,ig-F451-'1f" "' "" .egvp iqps-Lsf2e,.Es:g.f , ,H x ,,...,.L . .-, ,, ..., -,- pans- Z, ,. 1 ,i ,-,.,:,,,v,H,, " - - - 5 : if - . f -. .- ' -:l-5- 1-3f'1'.f-l if." . 1 1..,1g.lSE1'-ff L .M--...:..-.Q-.-1 1,f.:1j:Ti-.Inf'i1.i?ei1S!QQ125E A gf. ,1,Sf1....g.' '. " -Emil' 1 1 1--' xi L.. -A Hana les? """"" ' r-ru" f .K ' r X ' . X . . . Freshman Banks for proper perspective while doing class work. Freshman art student Elaine Banks tries for proper perspective while doing class work HUDSON, Billie A., Sophomore JOHNSON, Charles M. lr., Sophomore JONES, Jerry L., funior KRUEMCKE, Diana K., Sophomore LEUFVEN, Georgeen A., Freshman LOEDER, Richard D., Sophomore LONGLEY, Mary L., Sophomore McLlN, Kathleen Marie, Freshman MARDIS, Keith W., Junior MENDOZA, Marcela C., Freshman 42 HK ' J19Fd?f"9 f 'J?? MOLLARD, Charlotte A., Junior MUNCHISON, .lames N., Freshman NASH, Albert L., Freshman OATES, Norman C., Junior OEHLER, Donald D., Junior PIAZZA, Frank A., Junior PORTER, .loel L., Sophomore RASCO, Dale E., Sophomore REESE, Cheryl D., Freshman RICHARDS, .lohn P., Junior I I 4 .... - i-k,.:e... .-g.'gf-ffriizeiggepi, 'Tir ' ,ij 'egg-g' "T-' 1 -mk,.L,,, up , X , . . L .,? -1:62, WA... ..,...., , , ,'T,1i.,-.,,.,,e,q,,v:,. .-r. ffm-1.1, ,.,,:L, ww, , R ,,,. - ,-,, ,,., ., v, , ,. .,.. -,, , PW WA RICHARDSON, Linda M., Junior ROESLER, Gus W., Sophomore RUSSELL, Corinne A, Freshman SCHUMANN, Linda C., Junior SENKEL, Uman, Sophomore SKILES, Linda L., Sophomore SOMACH, Charlotte, Freshman SWILER, Mary E., Sophomore THIELEMAN, Ernest R., Sophomore TILDEN, Jeanne C., Freshman TUBBS, M. Jeanne, Sophomore VANDERHENST Shirle J Freshman 1 Y -1 VERNER, Frances M., Sophomore WALLIS, Kathleen, Sophomore Blology ZOLAN, Timothy L., Sophomore FACULTY-FRONT ROW: Catherine Cominsky, G. E. Peterson, E. O, Bennett fChairmanD, R. L. Hazelwood, A. L. Lawrence. BACK ROW: Mildred Harry, David S. Mailman, Hugh Freehairn, Thomas Tornabene, P. J. Snider, J. E. Evans. BATTARBEE, Harold D., Senior CARRADINE, Linda E., Senior LA FOE, Wendell W., Senior LU, Katherine Y., Senior MUSSLEWHITE, Maria M., Senior PALERMO, Sam G., Senior ROTHERY, Robert K., Senior SNOOK, George E., Senior STEWART, Ellsworth R., Senior TAYLOR, Michael W., Senior VEATCH, Nathan E., Senior ALBERT, William, Sophomore ABRAHAM, Helen R., Sophomore ANDERSON, James T., Freshman ANGSBURGER, John J., Freshman AYCOCK, Charlotte A., Sophomore TUTERL 1 - -- " - -- '-- ' - " . .z 1-, ,ya .- .:,-.-155: .ax :..gz.7,rq-1-:-.: . . .L ,. is L , S,-,.-1 ,V --- . 1. 35.47 q 4 .- ,a . . M 1 ,, 'Fv -.V-1.m..m.t.Zli1 I it ' -ana.. ,af I , ,. '-'rt ,,,.',,,' I gl Instructor Hartwell Whisennand fleftj and Ricky Robbins perform a dissection in comparative anatomy lab while grinning Keith Dish- man wonders if the old cliche about skinning a cat is true. BRAUN, Charles M., Sophomore BREAKER, Robert R., Junior BRINKMAN, Lillian K., Junior BROWN, Byron A., Sophomore BROWN, Shelley, Sophomore BROWNING, James E., Junior BROWNLOW, Essie L., Freshman BRUMBY, Kirby J., Freshman BULLARD, Michael D., Sophomore BUNK, Carol A., Sophomore BUNK, Sally A., Junior BYRD, Richard B., Freshman CALLIHAN, Byron E., Freshman CARLSON, John E., Sophomore CARLSON, Sandra L., Sophomore CASSADA, Steve H., Freshman CASTORIA, Carmello A., Sophomore CHAMPION, Joseph W. III, Freshman CHRISTY, Nona H., Junior CISNEROZ, Eraina L., Freshman CLINTON, Chris W., Freshman COLLINS, Eleanor-Lea C., Freshman COLLINS, Richard R., Sophomore COPELAND, Deborach C., Freshman COULTER, Cameron J., Freshman CRUMPLER, Cheryl C., Freshman CUEBAS, Hector M., Freshman CULLEN, Margaret H., Sophomore DAVIDSON, William G., Junior DAVIS, Walt A., Junior DEERING, Jacqueline J., Sophomore DESCANT, Emanuel P. IH, Junior DIE, Jerry G., Junior DIEBEL, Donny R., Sophomore DILL, Kathleen M., Freshman DODSON, Stephen M., Sophomore DOMMERT, Lois M., Sophomore DOSS, Carolyn J., Freshman DOWDEN, M. Dale, Freshman DOWLING, Alfred P., Freshman EATON, A. Jeanne, Sophomore EAVES, David L. Jr., Sophomore EDWARDS, Karen A., Junior ELLER, Phyllis E., Freshman EVANS, Laura A., Freshman FALKE, Eileen M., Freshman FAUST, Donna L., Junior FEATHERSTON, Linda G., Junior FERRELL, Carolyn J., Sophomore FEUER, Joel, Sophomore FINCH, Robert E., Freshman FISBECK, Marilyn S., Junior FLOWERS, Joel B., Freshman FORBES, Mea, Sophomore FRANZ, Vicki A., Sophomore GEORGI, Otto C., Freshman 44 BARBER, Louis C., Sophomore BASKIN, Midrcd M., Sophomore BASS, Terry l'l., Sophomore BENNETT, John D., Freshman BERRY, Shirley D., Freshman BIRD, Michael H., Sophomore BIRNEY, Louise R., Sophomore BLOCKWICK, Corliss C., Freshman BOU, Jenaro R., Freshman BOULDIN, Barbara C., Freshman BOYD, Marha L., Junior BRANDON, Barbara E., Freshman .Sims -mmm-shaman.-i.. .cz-:Br 'P' -35: tug- ssf- " '-ffw-Saks:-ww-4T:ff' . . -A-Eeklfagee:-f-fer-i?b":-21112f...-11g2ef:.-.:f3iiT:1ff5-rf'-ar-as,f 11.-A-1 4... - I . . . .-. as. ,U .1 asus, -,1,:.f-af,wa'2...a5,-gs-.fig 2 ,I I-Kim HOFFMAN, Steven A., Freshman HOLLIS, James L., Freshman HOOD, Donald H., Junior HUNZICKER, Mary E., Freshman JAN, Arthur L., Freshman JOHNSON, Suzanna R., Freshman KEEGAN, Cheryl A., Freshman KIRK, Donna S., Freshman KOWALEZYK, Wallace M., Graduate KRALIK, Jennette, Junior KRALIK, Patricia M., Junior KRUPPA Charles D. X GODELL, John J. II, Freshman GOVEDY, Robert L., Freshman GRAHAM, Margaret S., Junior GRAVES, Sam W., Freshman GREEN, Marjorie S., Freshman GRISWOLD, Rose M., Freshman GUENTHER, Carol S., Freshman HALL, Davileen A., Junior HALL, Judy K., Junior HANCOCK, Richard W., Freshman HANNSZ, Thomas J., Freshman HARRIS, Ronald B., Junior HEISLER, John J., Freshman HICKMAN, Dennis M., Freshman HILL, Joanna L., Sophomore HILL, Suzanne R., Freshman Freshmgn J The deft hands of pre-med students practice vital skills that will become a way of life in the future. KUNKEL, Janet E., Freshman LANG, Janie D., Freshman LANGHAM, Tommy L., Freshman LEE, Larry M., Freshman LEONARD, Fred C., Freshman LICHTENSTEIN, Harris A., Graduate LO, Tin S., Freshman LUGRIN, George H., Sophomore LUSCO, Vincent C., Sophomore McFERRAN, Linda L., Junior MAIDANA, Karen E., Freshman MAINORD, Roberta L., Freshman MANCILL, Frances G., Freshman MARINO, Bernard J., Freshman MARTINEZ, Robert G., Freshman MARZEC, Carolyn, Freshman MEAD, Kathleen, Freshman MELETON, Raymond I. Jr., Freshman MERRILL, Diane, Sophomore MEYER, Deanne L., Freshman MILLER, Mary L., Freshman MITCHELL, Gary R., Freshman MOORE, Patricia, Freshman MORGAN, Orlndo G., Sophomore MORRIS, Judy K., Junior NASH, David B., Sophomore NIX, William M., Junior OLEY, Thomas J., Freshman OLIVE, Matilde C., PB OLIVER, Tommy M., Sophomore OWENS, Douglas T., Freshman PARKS, Judy C., Freshman PARNELL, Gale S., Freshman PARSON, Michael B., Freshman PERKINS, Barbara E., Freshman PHILP, Cheryl J., Freshman PLEDGER, Warren J., Junior PONTHIER, Jeffrey E., Sophomore POOLE, Neline A., Freshman PUCKETT, Judy C., Freshman 45 mmNl1punnQwpwsw1wHr1'Hv-17e:rgn..nQ-y-a-ann-..f.,,.--,,. i - H .Q - ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,..,. I au- ,N ' "IM ' I " ' ' 4 3-V ii J 'F' L.-H: ff 23' 1-1 1 46 WOOD, Verna L., Junior QUINTANILLA, Rosemary, Junior RAY, Gloria J., Freshman RHODES, Hildred L., Freshman REYES, Albert P., Freshman RICH, Curtis R., Sophomoro RIEDEL, Barbara .I., FFBSIUTLUH RIEDEL, Beverly J., FfCS7l77W'l RIVERA, Antonio H., Sophomore ROBBINS, Frederick P. III, Junior RODRIGUEZ, Belinda H., Sophomore ROJAS, Peter P., Junior RUTLEDGE, James C., Sophomore SALCE, Joab G., Jurliof SANDER, Peggy E., Sophomore SANFORD, Jennifer, Freshman SEAHORN, Barbara E., Freshman SHANNON, Gilbert, Junior SHEVLIN, Patrick I., Junior SIDDIQUI, Mohammed A. Q., Graduate SIMMER, Ulie L., PB SMITH, C. Daniel, Junior SMITH, David H., Junior SMITH, Diane R., Freshman SOWERS, Loretta A., Sophomore SPENCE, Charlton R., Sophomore STARING, Sharon A., Freshman STEVENS, Stacie, Sophomore STOILIS, Thalia, Junior STRADER, Bonnie K., Sophomore SVOBODA, Charlene M., Junior TANG, Ho Yin, Freshman TAYLOR, Nina J., Freshman TIMMONS, Richard L., Sophomore TOBIN, ,Iames R., F reshmari TODD, Susan, Freshman TRAINOR, Kathleen I., Freshman TURNER, .I on G., Freshman VAGEL, Richard D., Freshman VANCE, Judy Eileen, Sophomo-re VICTOR, Doris A., Junior VINSON, Jackie M., Freshman VITULLI, James F., Freshman WAAK, Patricia A., Sophomore WALDROP, Susan K., Sophomore WALKER, William V., Sophomore WALL, Herman C. Jr., Junior WEBB, Cornelia A., Sophomore WEBB-ER, Marguerite, Freshman WEBER, Clinton G., Sophomore WENZLAWSH, Louella M., Sophomore WHITTEN, James R., PB WILK, Robert E., Freshman WILLIAMS, Diane, Sophomore WILLIAMS, Jeff E., Freshman WILLIAMS, Neil W., Sophomore WILLIAMS, Stephen L., Sophomore WILLIS, Virginia M., Freshman WISEMAN, Rodney M., Freshman WOOD, Alton D., Junior WOOD, Tim N., Sophomore WOOTEN, Linda L., Sophomore YANOWSKI, Anna M., Freshman ZEPEDA, Rudolph F. Jr., Junior I I I A- -- - ,.,. . ..... , ,, . . L ,3HAA:,m,,,-NqMvW- Y y an n Chemistr FACULTY-FRONT ROW: Wayne Wentworth, Eb M El oh, J h o M ' M Williams, Albert Zlatkis, Richard Penal, John Bear,yRa1gh gjeckerofghaiffganfmle Oy, C. B. Johnston, G. W. Drake. BACK ROW: Clarence BAILEY, Muriel L., Senior EVERS, Norma S., Junior HUBBELL, Marius M. Jr., Junior DE VIDO, Raymond L., Junior DONELSON, Dee A., Freshman DUNLAP, James R., Sophomore OLIVER, Alvin W. Jr., Senior BILLUPS, Bobby D., Freshman BIRDSELL, John E., Freshman EBELT, Bruce L., Freshman GIBBS, Charles W., Freshman GOERLAND, Einar H., Junior BRECKEL, Millard C., Freshman BURKE, Nola D., Junior GONZALES, Norbert Jr., Sophomore GRESHAM, Carol L., Freshman GRISAFFI, John J., Sophomore CAPUTO, Joseph A., Graduate CHRISTIAN, Sollie L. Jr., Junior MCCLAIN, James L., Freshman MOLINARE, William B. Jr., ,Graduate MUNSIL, Ellen I., Sophomore CORNELIUS, Sharon L., Junior CURRY, Robert C., Junior MURTISHAW, Gwendolyn A., Sophomore PEARCY, Ralph G., Freshman RULAND, Norman L., Graduate SMITH, Ray Elwood, Freshman CUSICK, Robert J., Sophomore DERKACH, Michael, Freshman SOWA, Richard A., Freshman STEELHAMMER, Joe C., Sophomore STRACK, Elaine P., Freshman TIDWELL, Mary E., Freshman 47 f"V7 2.3.1-'I'-if-.tif-ff'3i1' 1' ?'5f1"--5 ' Fi'i ':'it"27'34F'f"""'Ii ' 'giifiiin 7" nf ' . H-,"Eii?3?if?i!515l'1-3ii1f5E'i7Tli5?'5iit'V?i?"'1??f33Vi':L'i'L ' -- v i' . t L' EaiI'3?imi!.!.!.!iz.!!.vsi.l,.aaEir:-151...f?'..?t-.334 3oL:fil5igfyue54lQg!iiz1igQ1 L .I 1- f ' ' ' ' f-IRQ' TOBLER, Henry L. III, Sophomore TOWERY, William A., Freshman URBANOUSKY, Joe R., Junior VAUGHAN, William T. III, Junior WALDREP, Raymond A. Jr., Freshman WANG, Lily M., Graduate WESTPHAL, James H., Junior WILLARD, Phillip G., Sophomore WILLIAMS, Ronald F., Freshman WILLIAMSON, James D., Sophomore WOOD, Johnny N., Freshman WRIGHT, Wacey L., Junior 0 0 William Gleason, a chemistry graduate student, experiments with photochemistry in vacuum ultra-violet light. FACULTY-SEATED: Fred Smith, Tom Battin, Patrick Welch CChairmanJ, Arvil Cochran. STANDING: Farris Block, Louis Alexander, Wayne Taylor, George Collins, Ross Strader. 48 BEUST, Brenda B., Senior CARTER, Bobby R., Senior COONS, David R., Senior GEORGE, William A., Senior GIRARD, Felix E., Senior GLOVER, Leo M., Senior HODKIN, Roger A., Senior MABRY, Hampton Jr., Senior PORTER, Thomas R., Senior ROBINSON, Robert W., Senior ROUSSEL, Peter H., Senior SAVAGE, Robert L., Senior SHEROHMAN, Joseph R., Senior SICOILA, Charles V., Senior SMITH, Joseph S., Senior STARR, Sheldon H., Senior i-152-xanga?-:..1:fffGs2-sgiffz-ff'iQaee2s-,feeveraafifsrfst:rx-'ff-:L 2:53-ef.-:s1'Fv'f3'-sw-.wfrafssf-4-v:1-ref--e1A.H sf:--W ein:-12-'41, may s . . .. .... .,, . ., 5, .. . --.. -..F 4t.-- -3, ,. -U d Q-. f, -... ,s:.... ,.9ff:f,.,f-- M 7-as Myra! ,,--n. vis.. .,,,,7i.,, V.fsafq,lfse-:Z-:f1if:ss.s,.,,,f.Q2 .-sq,.i:f, esp, 1-rffnf-"'a'a. ,W ,, --.H ..--' '..-... 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SW" Z ior ll GUTIERREZ, Oscar R., Junior HEDDING, Steven L., Junior HUNZEKER, Janice L., Sophomore JENSEN, Dell R., Junior KOBARG, Robert S., Freshman LODGE, Drucilla L.,' Junior MAREK, Wayne D., Sophomore MELICHAR, Jill W., Freshman MITCHELL, Elizabeth G., Junior MONAHAN, JAMES R., Freshman MORRELL, Joyce B., Sophomore MOTLEY, Billy G., Freshman MULLER, Louis, Jr., Freshman NEWMAN, Lawrence T., Junior NIX, Richard B., Freshman OGLE, David A., Freshman PEARLMAN, Ben S., Junior PHAUP, Melvyn L., Junior PIERCEY, Marsha A., Sophomore PITT, Mary J., Freshman RICE, Jerry N., Junior ROOSTH, Sherry L., Junior SAMSON, Cornelia M., Freshman SCHULTZE, Fred L., Junior , STITT, P. RuNell, Senior STARUP, Alice M., Senior TAYLOR, Wilford A., Senior VAN TREASE, Garry B., Senior YATES, Everette R., Jr., Senior ATKINSON, Florence A., Sophomore BELL, Edith E., Freshman BENTON, Richard G., Sophomore BLAND, Craig H., Junior BRANDT, Richard C., Sophomore CARNAHAN, John F., Sophomore CLAIBORNE, Paula J., .Junior CRIDER, Larry A., Freshman CRUNK, Gayle W., Freshman DALBY, James H., Junior DAVIS, Roxann L., Freshman DICKEY, Helen G., Freshman DRIVER, Linda J., Freshman ESTES, Edgar Al, Junior FORD, Roy D., Freshman GATES, Brenda R., Sophomore GENETT, Adrienne G., Sophomore GEPPERT, Charles M., Sophomore GRAHAM, Joe, Freshman Student assistant Fred Shultze and KUHT director Jack Veres experiment with lighting before filming at the UH television studio. SCHWEBEL, Arthur L., Jr., Sophomore SPANGLER, William J., Sophomore SMITH, Nancy G., Junior SPIEGELHAUER, Mimi K., Junior STEEN, Maurice L., Sophomore STEPHENS, Martha K., Sophomore TEEKELL, John D., Sophomore VANTREESE, Glenn R., Freshman VARA, Richard, Jr., Freshman WHITAKER, Evie J., Freshman WHITNEY, Mary E., Junior WOLF, Melvin L., Junior WOODWARD, Donna L., Freshman YANIGAN, Jeanne L., Junior? V h , L . - ,- ' :file-.een '-511.-:..-re: . -1--if I,--A-1' ,, .. .,. J, QT.. , M ' A ' ' -f " -- -'-" - f U - f -R-M - ff,g?',f p15?!Fa v v .. ' u:ar,1r......,,....- f N...-..,........-...-.....s .....,..., , .. 1 ,gf -15.33-'g.1z.f.:,'-2-Igflii 31 g:,.fe1.,e..A:g1 ye -.:j.-V 1 -2-- .5.g1-a'.ig.,-1 1,43-::1,,nAA,:3ef ga - ' . ,..,l 1 . . ..,,,,Q, A H 1 T--4-'f--1-l'+1m1f-Pi1 , ,.i...Hri H- f- 'w 1'5'am ',-,..."J - z1:af1si:Ls"":f.-:- .4-L..- s..,:::Et,-' 1:1111-:4g,gj?52E,5- L :'3 +:.EsE',:'i' . "' -'f'f""' I ll Drama Robert G. Merritt, David J. Larson CChairmanJ, Eric E. Sinkkonen. JACKSON, Frank E., Jr., Senior LINDEMAN, David R., Senior MARTIN, Ronnie L., Senior BAUM, Lorelei, Junior BURSIEL, Charles A., Freshman DAUGHERTY, Judy, Sophomore HEMUS, Peggy A., Junior HOLCOMB, Kerri L., Freshman HOLLYWOOD, William E., Junior McELWAIN, Janet S., Freshman NOBLES, Jo Ann, Sophomore RAYBURN, Linda L., Sophomore SHEARER, Ema J., Junior Drama students spent many long hours in rehearsing the dHI1CCS Knute Rockne and All That Jazz." 50 vi-1 n ces for En lish FACULTY-FRONT ROW: Marjorie McCorquodale, Helen S. Thomas, Marguerite Claghorn, Joseph M. Doggett Cchairmanlg SECOND ROW: Frances Carleton, Charles Hiller, Mary Neuendorf, R. Balfour Daniels, THIRD ROW: Louise Nugent, Cooper Speaks, Jessie Geis, J. Gordon Eaker, Mary Mazeg FOURTH ROW: Jesse D. Hartley, Jr., Ruth Stickney, Ruth Pennypacker, Madalene Shindler, Helen Rufener, Anne Phillips, FIFTH ROW: Leo Selden, Archi- bald Henderson, Jr., Julius Feazell, Robert Strozier, Matthew Rosa, Jean Rosa, SIXTH ROW: Lorene Elder, Amy Turner, Martin Day, William Pryor, Joyce Valdes, Jeanette Morgan, BACK ROW: Bessie M. Ebaugh, Charles D. Peavy, J. A. Kimbrough, C. Dwight Dorough, Laurie Zwicky, Gilbert Porter, Walter P. Allen. AINSWORTH, E. 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Henson, Jr. BAKER, James F., Senior CABLER, Jeanne P., Senior CHOVANEC, Benjamin F., Senior COOKE, Ira E., Senior FUNDERBURG, Gloria M., Senior GATLIN, Barbara Eg, Senior HAMILTON, Laura J., Senior KROGER, John F., Senior LEWIS, Janice J., Senior MCCLURE, John D., Senior MALE, Patricia A., Senior RIGBY, Trina M., Senior RODGERS, Alan P., Senior SCHMIDT, Charles J., Senior SCOTT, A. Sue, Senior VALLEJO, Alfred R., Senior Dr. Richard Van Orman exhibits vigor and expression in his History 136 lectures. WHITCOMB, Robert L., Senior WILLS, John T., Senior WISE, Jane B., Senior AINSWORTH, Nancy C., Freshman ALLERTON, Martha G., Sophomore ANSELL, Wallace B., Freshman BABINECK, Frank J., Junior BARTHEL, Cheryl A., Freshman BARTHEL, Janie L. 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Freshman WEAVER, Victoria J., Freshman WHITE, Brenda L., Freshman WILLIAMS, Patricia M., Sophomore WYNN, Sherry L., Junior LARATE, Edda N., Sophomore 59 .E.1m .. A .A A ...ln ,...,.L , .,...., , . .qi .,f..,.:-,1 - .,,,,1e.'. I -1r.- --4' ,-.-,...,. --.,.-..u rf- -. , "gr ,,,4.:..-....-Jr,-, g:...:....:-,.,,:-' ..-1 .:. . -1 -'ima-.W -Q . x.----,. ..,1 ,, 5 I . L: ,, ..f"4 ,. -'--rl. : ,,. :.4,,1..vz.lf": :1--fl V -L --Q-:wit . ,emma -3-.::uL1.-..w.- -1E'S2f.a.tL, 1-'i5.....,.s----- ' ,,M.4.4.1.:,.,ta...-.Lr. . 1- athematics FACULTY-FRONT ROW: L ' Brand, Ruth Kissel, Blanche Grover Albert Newhouse Anthony Aucom Byron Ray SECOND ROW John W Avery Donald Traylor, Joseph Malong:nRichard Sinkhorn, Dean O. Gray Paul Knopp Seaton Anderson BACK ROW Wllllam Ingram Curtis Rogers Charles Benner, Wesley Edwards, Ray N. 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Avery, Rogers, Chula MAEGGE, Elizabeth A., Sophomore MALONE, Arthur L., Junior MANCILL, Lottie M., Sophomore MARTIN, Max O., Freshman BARR, Betty J., Sophomore BARTHEL, Sandra J., Sophomore BECAN, Marilyn, Freshman BEGNAUD, Harriet L., Freshman BERRY, Edward R., Freshman BILLINGS, Roberta I., Sophomore BLACKLOCK, Lloyd L., Freshman BOETTE, Jeanette R., Sophomore BOIKE, Mary M., Freshman BOOKER, Thomas F., Freshman BOZE, Raymond A., Freshman BRENNAN, Edward N., Jr., Freshman BROWN, Meta K., Freshman BRYANT, Carolyn .I., Junior BUCI-IAN, William D., Freshman BYRD, Athalia G., Sophomore CARLISLE, David L., Junior CARTER, Donna J., Junior CLINE, Katherine A., Sophomore COLLINS, Mary J., Freshman COOK, Jackie L., Junior COOPER, Howard C., Freshman CORRY, Jo Ann, Freshman CROSS, Susan A., Freshman CULPEPPER, Charlotte A., Sophomore DAVIDSON, Kerry J., Sophomore DAVIS, Michael L., Freshman DAVISON, William D., Sophomore DOBBS. 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TAGCART, Lynn C., Graduate TATE, James L., Freshman TRAINOR, William F., Junior TRUAIR, Dean E., Sophomore TILLMAN, Harriet A., Sophomore TUCKER, Edwin L., Sophomore VITAK, Donald J., Freshman WILLARD, Sue A., Freshman WILLIAMS, Freddie E., Sophomore WILLIAMS, Judith A., Junior WIMBERLY, Lawrence T., Freshman YELVINGTON, Mary I., Soph0m0fC YOUNG, Louis A., Junior ZAPP, Patricia K., Sophomore LJIIPU Lthr 1 T6 is awww V ,WM ff! ,J WW ' 1 . , ,,'x1Y'1f' ,-fl QQYW Music FACULTY-FRONT ROW: Moreland Kortkampg BACK ROW: John M. Druary, Earl V. Moore CChairmanJ, Robert S. Brownlee, Robert J. Jobe Robert P. Morgan, Bruce S. King, Albert Hirsh, Jeffrey C. Lerner. CLARK, Martha J., Senior DIXON, Newell, E., Senior DOWS, Lillian C., Senior FORRESTER, May E., Senior FRANKLINSON, Beverly A., Senior GRANT, Eleanor K., Senior WELLS, Eva J., Senior ANDERSON, Robert L., Freshman AQUILINA, Donna G., Sophomore BONNER, Patricia F., Freshman BRAVENECQ Joe E., Sophomore COCHRAN, Donna M., Freshman COLEMAN, Edward R., Sophomore CORDES, Ruth R., Freshman DELANEY, Charles E., Junior DRAKE, Thomas L., Freshman EVANS, Larry E., Graduate FITZMORRIS, Michael, Junior FRANS, Roberta C., Freshman GERLAND, Judith C., Junior GODBE, Norma J., Sophomore GUERRERO, Rosa L., Junior GUINN, Suzanne E., Freshman HABERSTICH, Gene F., Junior HAMPTON, Ralph E., Sophomore HENIGAN, Diana K., Freshman HOLBERG, Donna C., Sophomore JOHNSON, James E., Freshman J OHS, Dolly E., Junior JUNGERMAN, Mary C., Freshman KENNON, Drue D., Junior KURTZ, Nancy M., Freshman LATIMER, Martha R., Junior MAYU, Bill F., Freshman MOORE, Sandra M., Freshman PALMER, Willard Af. III, PB PORTER, Paul W. Jr., Freshman RICHARDSON, Waymona E.,.Junior SAMPSON, Jenean, Sophomore SHARKEY, Donald S., Sophomore TOUPS, Wayne E., Freshman TUCKER, Anita G., Freshman WARREN, Dorothy L., Sophomore Phllosoph OGG Andrew L Jr Senzor CARRICK Albert G Jr Sophomore EVANS, Gerald N Junior FACULTY-Wendell Howard, Edmund L. Pincoffs fChairmanD, David Mosher, H3YW00d R' Shelford, Jr., George T. Dickie. O Physlcs FACULTY-FRONT ROW: Leon Graver, R. E. Collins, Tom Hudson, BACK ROW: John Kern, H. M. North, R. H. Walker T N Hatfield H H Johnson, R. M. Kielm, Clark Goodman, K. K. Reynolds CChairmanJ. 64 ALBERS, Rebecca M., Senior HORWITZ, Barry L., Senior JOHNSON, Roosevelt, Senior PERRY, Don M., Senior POHLER, Leonard E., Senior ALDRIDGE, Dennis R., Soph OTTLOFC r. G- Jr. ,. Halfifidv H' H' A. Sattar Lodhi, teaching fellow, diagrams magnification ratios in physics lab COLLIER, Jay L., Freshman DAVIS, Alan B., Sophomore DAVIS, Ronald D., Freshman DE JOHN, Charles S., Graduate FIELD, Forrest A., Sophomore GAMBLE, Jesse L., Freshman GEORGE, Sidney C., Junior HALL, Forrest G., Graduate HANDLER, James S., Junior HUGHES, Lwda J., Junior HORN, Richard D., Freshman JAN, Alvin F. Jr., Junior JOHNSON, Bruce E., Freshman KNOBLES, James L., Sophomore LIGHT, William G. Jr., Freshman MEDDRESS, Everett R., Freshman MOLINA, Eduardo E., PB NICHOLSON, Diarmuid E., Graduate PAGE, Donald N., Junior PORTER, Stephen R., Freshman PRICE, William M., Sophomore PUGH, Chula A., Sophomore REASON, George Jr., Freshman RUSSELL, Albert J., Sophomore SAMS. William N., Junior SCHAWTZ, David G., Junior SCOTT, Steven H., Freshman STONE, Jack A., Sophomore TILLEY, C. Gaye, Sophomore TSIEN, Nai-Chen, Graduate BALL, Rayford L., Sophomore BIRCH Joe B., Junior CARPENTER, Richard W., Freshman Polltlcal Sclence ' 4 .Q .99 MN. w gf ,M .,.,, ' ul pn- vw FACULTY-FRONT Row- Thornton Sinclair CChairmanl, Bancroft Henderson, Pauline Yeldefmfm- BACK ROW: William Bloughf John Gfeenf Hossein Razi, Clifton McClesky, Dan Nimmo, Werner Grunbaum, John Manns, William Chase, David KHCPPCT- CARMODY, William F., Junior CAUSEY, Merle H., Sophomore CHANDLER, Duane L., Freshman CLINE, Donald R., Junior CONNOR, Robert J., Sophomore CORNWALL, Allen R., Freshman DANIEL, G. Max, Junior DAVIDSON, Clare K., Freshman bb v., ALLEE, Henry E., Sophomore BARKER, Gregory L., Sophomore BALLENGER, Ronald E., Sophomore Sophomore Marianne Auisfmls Political science Class is brought into her home 35 She notes OH DY- JHITICS .lensen's lecture on KUHT, ASHTON, Norma L., Senior BRIGHT, Ronald T., Senior CAMPBELL, James R., Senior CICHERSKI, Norman L., Senior DERRICH, Edwin A., Senior FAIN, Carolyn A., Senior GATLIN, Travis R., Senior GORDEN, Charles D., Senior GRANT, Russell J., Senior GRAY, Robert M., Senior LAURENCE, Lemuel E., Senior MACKINTOSH, Norman G., Senior MYLONAS, Ernest G., Senior NESVADBA, John A., Senior PEARSON, .lerry D., Senior STRIPLING, Sheila, Senior takes l Psycho ff.1I'lll4R0x1 3 'Wi 3 e I ,. rs., I xg x A ' 5, John Green, mm L, Senior rald T., Senior lglmes R., Senior Xomran L., Senior dwirl i, Senior rl A.. Senior r-E R.. Senior urles D.. Senior sell l., Senior 1 Xl.. Senior Lemuel F., Senior ilrl. Xonnan G.,Serf3' irnest C. Senior john .L Senior em' D.. Senior Sheila, Senior .ff ,,rf' l-r. K' 'K X f i N3 Psychology DILLARD, Carve-l C., Freshman DUGAS, Larry J., Junior DYETT, Robbie L., Freshrrzan FINCH. Sandra L., Sophomore FREDERICK, Virginia W., Junior GAINES. David P., Sophomore CODWIN, Russell W., Sophomore GRAHAM, Ronnie L., Freshman GRIFFIN, Ken A., Junior HENDERSON, Martin M., Junior HOLMES, Edward S.. Junior HORDES, Mark W., Sophomore HOUSTON, Carol A., Freshman JONES, Annie L., Senior KARNJANAVIROJE, Pipath, Graduate KELLY, Bohette L., Junior KENNEDY, Mike R., Freshman KOEBERNICK, Thomas E., Sophonzore LINDER, Laura L., Sophomore LOHRKE. Mariann, Sophomore MCMANUS, Kathleen E., Junior MEAD, Walter S., Freshman NEVADA, Nancy L., Freshman O'LEARY, Brian E., Sophomore PETERS, Patrick I., Junior PYLE, Adelaide M., Freshman RAYMOND, Gerry R., Junior REIST, Henry R., Junior RILEY, William M., Junior ROBB, Warren G., Junior ROBERTSON, Jerrie D., Junior SAUNDERS, Les E., Freshman SCHLEBACH, Jo, Sophomore SOFFAR, William D., Junior STEINBERG, Jan T., Junior SWAFFORD, Jamie J., Sophomore TRACY, Georgianne R., Freshman UNDORF, Aanthony S., Sophomore WARREN, Paul D., Junior WELLS, Richard A., Sophomore ' , ' fChairmanJ. SECOND ROW: Richard Evans, FACULTY-FRONT ROW: H b r o b n, Laurence Mcwughfanr Betty Wlehmd' L' T Calhcutt . Theron Stimmel, Samuel Red, tllilriiel Shlieizr, James Baxter, Richard Dunham, Dale Johnson- BACK ROW- Gerald Gfatchr George Taulbeer John lVlcNaughton, Shalom Vineberg. ff W mi , ,... SL BRACK, Leroy E., Senior COLE. Carolyn L., Senior FORREST, James M., Senior FRACTOR, Zane M., Senior HIMES, Roger P., Senior HUTTO, Emmett R., Senior McMlLLlAN, Kathryn L., Senior MANSFIELD, William D., Senior , NOBLE, Julie A., Senior OWENS, Kenneth P., Sonia, PALERMO, Guy A., Senior PATTILLO, Janice K., Senior PIERULLA, Anthony M,, Senior POSTON, Richard G., Senior RILEY, William M., Senior RUSCELLI, Vincent, Senior SAUER, Doris A., Senior SMITH, Donald E., Senior SNIDER, David K., Senior SUIB, Michael R., Senior TANNER, Carlos D., Senior THRASHER, Andrew J., Senior VINCENT, Ken, Senior ABLE, Paul S., Sophomore ADAMS, F. Rochelle, Sophomore ALLEBACH, William C., Sophomore ALLEN, Bem P., Graduate ALLEN, Terry D., Junior ANDERSON, Lynn M., Freshman ANGEL, Dorris E, Freshman ARTEBERRY, Michael D., Junrbr BABENDURE, David A., Junior BANKS, Joyce M., Freshman BASHAM, Danny, Sophomore BASSLER, Vickie J., Freshman BAXTER, Sandra H., Freshman BISHOFF, Willie R., Junior BITETTI. Lauren A., Freshman BLAKENEY, Roger L., Graduate BROWN, Linda V., Freshman BROWNSTEIN, Larry A., Sophomore CAIN, Frank A., Junior CALDWELL, Thomas E., Sophomore CAMERON, Robert A., Freshman CARLSON, Joan M., Sophomore CHAMBLESS, John A., Freshman CLEPPER, Wesley R., Junior CHEW, Fredrick J., Sophomore CLANCY, Catherine A., Sophomore CORNELIU S, Ronald W., Junior CORNWALL, Pamela J., Sophomore CUNNINGHAM, Wade A., Junior DENTON, William C., Junior DEAN, Camille C., Sophomore DEAN, Paula D., Freshman DIDION, Mary D., Sophomore DUNN, Joanne L., Junior EDWARDS, Vane G., Freshman ELLIOTT, William B., Junior ENGLISH, J immy D., Freshman FAIN, Alfred K., Sophomore FENLEY, William S., Junior FENNEKOHL, Franklin P., Sophomore FRENCH, Christine I., Sophomore FRAZIER, Sheila R., FTCSJIITIUH FREEDMAN, Gale L., Graduate FUTRELL, Richard H., Fl'f?ShmUn CABET, Edward, Fl'6Sh77lU7l GERLOFF, Earl W., 5017710171079 GIBLIN, Marjorie J -, Ffeslfmfm GILLETTE, James F., JINIIQV CODDARD, Darell K., JlU1l0f GONZALES, Theresa A., Freshman GOODWIN, Garvis, L., Freshman HANSEN, Herbert C., JU71i0f HARMON, M. F., Graduate HOFFMAN, Tony R., FFS-Shman HOLMES, Linda S., Soph0.m0f9 HOWARD, Phillip S., JU71l0f HUDDLE, Toby J., Freshman HURLBURT, Vicki Z.. F feshmaf' JACOB, Barbara A., Sophomore KELLY, Ava J., Sophomore KELLY, Maureen W., Sophflmofe KENNERLY, Kary1K-- !H"'0' LEVY, Michael W., JIUIIOV LEWIS, Theodore R., F reshttllm LINDSEY, Cynthia A., Junior. MCCLESKEY, Wayne Junwf MACEO, Thomas F., J unwr MENEFEE, John H.. F feshman KUBIK, Michael P., Freshman MILVER, Joel S., Junwf MINTON, can B., sophomore McCABE, Edward J.. Svphvmofe OLDREIVE, Carol A., Sophvffwfe 134- , R A., ,W A ngeihp io' GUN' lifilllr SO- lim. lifflior Ll. l 'lil-.Sm --nw R.l ., .J M-.Ln ihllil Y WUI l'inC!"5ET1fg, Dori, I nksfflior Denis Esgllfor 'David I fffwr ifhiel Rkssilfor . Q e'lf0r ilEilmLl D" Sam 'Mil Cen' Sfnlbri W F R. Sophomofe F' '-'fllillgi S0 1 William Giga Tim P.. Cradumelll: C., ffm- . 4 - D- fumof ON,L,.,m, . .Q -LF D' E- Ffeshmll ERRH x- 'W JVRE1 illliiflngl? it ffffhlti' ' lflllff. S0 llgiciie gm A. . 151113 'i Wim. Prml' L' Lm75Y1i.Fr6slr,. 'Elf Rc-:er L Grail . Linda Y.. freslrg' STEIN, Lamar Fl? .L Junior Y LLL. llmmag F., 'X R-t-bert.l,FrfJ1 N. Joan ll. Sopiom. John fmlg R- Wfilfl' R. Junior irrdricll J.. Soplwmuf . 'Sametime .l.Soplg IIS. Rlinald lllni ILL PzmelaJ..Saplr C HMI. Wade .Lin . 'Tiffin Qlunor .imille C. Sophomore 'Juli U., freshm Nlm' D.. Sophomore -.anne L. JUHIFV DS, Yan-2 C.. helm f, William B.. JW' 1. D., Ililllf ff.-1 K. Sow , Wfli1:15..lWf, OHL 1 Pfiltize .-ffl' :. 45.121 PL-WY' U, Gale L- WF If-I-1Y4iH,i'ui1 R i:if1r1!'i. ffiihnf , hi 17- Slip 'Mm aifrf. 1. if J'l":fEF"1wuJ' I 'ff " K W 1 Dggd . f' . Tru'-2 fm: V I . uw fag., ,. NHCir':-I lm . ,ng J NI F.-Wifi-' P fl ' Ig.. f xl -I. 1 T' lil vi F-1 - "M ,. 'Q 13,1207 n, Riino T il' Nitin ' lift f K? Ri' .. t..:'I?V' VV". ,L-eff? M! 1' of ,fy r ,. K 1, KT'-' - Wg. , .mfr 5 Q pf!" Lgjf' , . Ml' -' 1 1.-Q V lp' '. 4'-'Q 1.3! .V,". 4 I Q. foil' ,. . y f N l f PALMS, Ann T., Junior PEARSON, Charlotte D., Junior PEVOTO, Raymond M., Freshman RADLIFF, Joyce Y., Sophomore READ, William E., Sophomore RICHARDSON, Frances R., Junior ROSE, Elliott H., Sophomore ROSS, Rise J., Sophomore SCOGGINS, Patricia A., Sophomore SEASHORE, Paul T., Graduate SALE, Richard L., Junior SIM, Victor Y., Junior SMITH, David M., Junior SMITH, Grace L., Junior l 1 1 1 l l I r t l F SMITH, Pemmie, Sophomore SPARKS, Warren .B., Sophomore STANLEY, Norris,L., Freshman STASNEY, Billy L., Sophomore STIVERS, Paul J., FTC-Sflfflllfl STONEHAM, Sebron L., Junior SUMMERS, Carol A., Freshman THOMPSON, James W., Sophomore THOMPSON, William W., Junior THOMSON, Farris. Freshman TURKINGTON, Albert K., PB VIEL, Paul A., Sophomore VINCENT, Donald D., Junior WINEBRENNER, Milton R., Sophomore WEISSER, Judith L., Sophomore WESLEY, Jewell A., Freshman WILLIAMS, Holly B., Freshman ZAFFIRINI, Luis A., Sophomore 3 Sociology and Anthropolo L 1 w 4 4 J e v ' 1 l J J T 1 U 5 T I 1. Ui FACULTY-Henry Monsen, Everette D. Dyer, Sol Tennenbaum, Pauline Kolenda, Jack Q J Dodson, Gilbert Kushner. EH BOUSLEY, Philip H., Senior ji CHACHERE, Constance L., Senior COFFEE, Eugene M., Senior A GORDON, Larry D., Senior it PATTERSON, Harold P., Senior HI J YOAKAM, Janet E., Senior ADELL, Robin S., Sophomore f i 1 w ti BABULA, Pat C., Sophomore BALENTINE, Judy G., Sophomore , BARLEY, Leonard V. Jr., Freshman it ii BEWLEY, Oscar M., Junior J' BOWERS, Marty J., Junior ' CHANEY, Edwyn, Junior L. DAVIDSON, Dinah K., Junior J W GAYLE, Susan A., Junior . JORDAN, Donna N., Junior KENNEY, Carol R., Freshman KRALJ, Frances J., Freshman l MCCLINTOCK, Martha s., Junior J MAGNUSON, Donna L., Freshman 2 MARSHALL, Betty J., Sophomore A J MEDLEY, Leo L., Sophomore O'ROARK, Diane E., Sophomore PROPST, Shirley D., Sophomore PUCKETTE, Courtney J., Sophomore PYLE, Ellen F., Freshman ROGERS, Peggy, Sophomore ' SHOEMAKER, Catherine D., Sophomore N SPARKMAN, Rebecca F., F h J SPEARS, Sandra J., Freshmhehi man ' YANTIS, Alice J., Junior 70 6 is WARBRITTON, D b h J., s 1, ' WHITE, Charlotte JX.??reshma?z.p Oman X ...Q x S eech FACULTY-FRONT ROW: Sally K. Veres, Larry Judd, Genevieve Arnold, SECOND ROW: Myrtis Brooks, Auley B. Luke, Rosa K. Guptong BACK ROW: Donald C. Streeter CChairmanD, William A. Linslcy. William B. English, BACK ROW: Eldon J. Jerome. BASEN, Karen E., Senior BROOKS, Lynn B., Senior HENSLEY, Diane M., Senior JAY, Rebecca S., Senior LOGAN, Curtis T., Senior MENSIK, Caroline A., Senior ROLLINS, Billie R., Senior WYATT, Doris A., Senior ARNETT, Karen A., Junior BAKLIK, Janice L., Sophomore BATES, Horace R., Sophomore DOBBINS, Al Y. Jr., Sophomore EHRLUND, Charlie H., PB GIBBONS, Kay S., Junior HAMMER, Mary A., Junior HUBBARD, Alverta L., Graduate JASTER, Darwin H., Junior JOE, Sue L., Junior JOHNSON, Warren E., Freshman MIDDLETON, Allan W., Freshman NELSON, Ruth E., Freshman RITCHEY, Gilbert G., Graduate THOMPSON, Naomi J., Sophomore Unspecified Arts and Sciences ABOLAFIA, Mary R., Freshman AHRENS, Richard P., Freshman BALSON. Robert T., Junior BARNETT, James M., Freshman BEARD, William S., Freshman BEARDEN, Michael D., Sophomore BELL, Stephanie L., Freshman BERKSTRESSER, Betty K., Freshman BISSELL, Aura L., Freshman BLANKENSHIP, Curtis L., Freshman BOESLING, Jeanne F., Freshman BORDNINE, Jimmy L., Freshman BRIGGS, Bob G., Sophomore BURKHEAD, Jack N. Jr., Freshman BURNETT, Ira V., Sophomore ' CALLAWAY, Sandra K., Freshman CASWELL, Dick A., Freshman CHADICK, Candace A., Freshman. CHAUVIN, Greg L., Freshman CLOONEY, Robert J., Freshman COOPER, Michael B., Freshman CROCKETT, David L., Freshman DARNELL, Michael R., Freshman DAVIDOFF, Ronald F., Freshman, 111 1 1 ,,,,..,..,,..,-.-a...-...aa -N--...a-W...-.-.a..,,-.--Q..-A -rv--se-umm-,.. .-.1-..- 1 1 11 I1 11 1 1 A 1 'l .1 11 14 I 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 I 1 11 1. 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 la MALLERNEE, Michael L., Sophomore MARINO, Vincent L., Junior MASON, Frances L., Freshman MENEFEE, James C. Jr., Sophomore METTS, George F., Junior MIIRONER, Mary E., Freshman MONTROSE, Maury E., Freshman MOODY, Herschel R., Freshman MURDOCK, John H., Freshman IJONOIIOO, Van li., Frnshmlm Holi RIS, Sherry I,., Freshman EISIK, Isaliell S., Freshman ERDMAN, Howard R., Freshman FENN, Pamela F., Freshman FLORANCE, Helen J., Freshman FOSS, Fred V., Freshman GALLACIIER, Charles F., Freshmn n GARNER, Gene C., Freshman CILLIES, James E., Junior GILLISPIE, Diane L., Sophomore GODWIN, Earl J., Sophomore GREENE, George M., Freshman GRIFFIN, James G., Juniar GRISHAM, Stanley V., Freshman HARPER, Robert E., Freshman HELM, F. Carter, Freshman HERRING, Nancy D., Freshman HILL, Catharine T., Sophomore HOLEC, Sidney W., Freshman HOLSTIEN, Lynda G., Freshman vw HOWARD, Marian D., Freshman HOWELL, James R., Sophomore HUERTAS, Ricardo S., Freshman IVEY. Gerald C., Junior JANTZ, Wanda C., Freshman JENNINGS, Richard L., Freshman KAPKE, Garold J., Freshman KEITH, David W., Junior KEN DRICK, Jerry, Freshman KENDRICK, Robert W., Freshman KEYS, Douglas, Freshman KIN CANNON, Jane, Sophomore KUHLMAN, William E., Freshman LAMPSON, Peter J., Freshman LA ROZA, Margaret S., Freshman LATHAM, Kenneth W., Freshman LEE, Homer J. II, Sophomore LEGE, Jerry P., Freshman LONGENBAUGH Gre o T 7 g ry 'J Freshman LOPEZ, Richard J., Sophomore LYONS, Horace Y., Junior LYONS, Joe F., Freshman McCOTTER, Stephen D., Freshman McHENRY, Christopher J., Freshman MADDEN, Terry L., Freshman MADISON, John C., Freshman . , , h 10'TV m3J01' Chuck Teekell learns the tricks of his trade throng broadcasting over KUHF-FM radio. F1215 . 1 ,.... . FADE 505532 EUHFJ' ROIHT ELSE, E511 Ill x WL Slim :UNI SCHONJ SBU SHIKI Wm s. - NJUII1 JIJIIFIIE 51112 stan Tim mt ni? no 111111 ' 1 TR Etta 1111 Wm Wu 111 UQ FEIS - , , . ,,,,,. 1...--..,--T... . L . 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X ' Wbbpzfrswewa til In the only department at the University that is proud of rodents, a , psychology student allows his tiny friend to say goodbye to the gli?-ELLY' Douglass Du Freshman others before being taken into an experiment. IPS, Kenneth R" Sophomore RAINES, Charles A., Freshman ROBERTS, Shirley A., Freshman ROSARIO, Benjamin M., Freshman ROTHWELL, Elizabeth A., Freshman RUSSELL, Terry W., Freshman RUSSO, Ronald J., Freshman SAPER, Alexander J., Freshman SCHATELOWITZ, Edith E., Freshman SCHNEIDER, Ron, Junior SCHONERT, LaVerne A., Sophomore SCHWALM, Frank, Junior SEELKE, Doris F., Freshman SGITCOVICH, Sharon A., Freshman SQUIER, James D., Freshman STEINHOFF, Wendell C., Sophomore STEPHENS, Franklin R., Junior STYLES, Daniel K., Freshman SUCHER, Richard C., Freshman TAWIL, Vivian M., Freshman THURMAN, Don A., Freshman TIBBS, Dennis W., Freshman TOOMBS, Arthur L., Freshman TOWNSEND, Claude A., Junior TRAHAN, Randall E., Freshman VANCLEAVE, Michael E., Freshman WALDEN, James C., Sophomore WARNY, James T., Freshman WATTS, Cheryl S., Freshman WILLIAMS, Carolyn A., Freshman WILLIAMS, John M. Jr., Freshman WILLIAMSON, Suzanne B., Freshman WILSON, Mellanie, Freshman WOLFF, Jeanne W., Junior WOOD, Robert M., Junior WRIGHT, Paul O., Freshman NUCHIA, Samuel M Freshman O'DELL, Aulton B., Sophomore OLIVE, Juan Freshman OLSEN, James L., Freshman PHIPPS, Anson D., Junior POLLARD, Charles D., Freshman College of Business Ad111iIliSU'3ti0n 'Wi fw , . if he W .f f, . 1,1 V , OWUWJ ff 'Q , f' , yffyfw ,XWW 4'? QCA V. W, A f' wM,wW'M , X . 'imf '57 I a'w? wp y W , ' fm f f ,V A, fx W., '. " ' V ., f ,. ' P DEAN JEROME M. PESCHKE Beta Gamma Sigma fraternity, the honor society of Business Administration, was installed at the University of Houston in December, 1964. This is only one of the many honors recently received by the College of Business Administration. lt also re- ceived accreditation from the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business in Spring, 1964. The college now has a full program of courses leading to Bachelor of Business Administra- tion, Bachelor of Accountancy, and Master of Business Ad- ministration degrees. Special services to the campus include the Management De- velopment Center which operates the Southwest Development Plans, and the Center for Research in Business and Economics 74 facilitates faculty research in business and economics. Various areas of endeavor are represented in the college. These are accounting, advertising, economics finance, foreign trade and geography, general business administration, manage' ment, marketing, retailing, office administration, and transporta- tion. The Dean of the College of Business Administration is Jerome M. Peschke, who has received both his BBA and MBA degrees from the University of Texas. Mr. Peschke is very enthusiaSliC about his appointment in the thriving colle e which is UH's SCC' ond largest. s S 1 X -l' Fine? wif!- id in dl i fmamlmw iqtralwzmfwn, if. W ww 4 1 tml in .ie fa ,4- N, 1 . I 5 iuhiii If Accountin H-:ar FACULTY-FRONT ROW: Sandford Brown, Dan Davis, Paul Lindloff, Jr., C. Orville Elliott, S. M. Woolsey. Carol Lee Haggard. BACK ROW: Barney Smith. Hugh Dawson, I. E. McNeill, CChairmanD, Donald Lewis, Harold Lee, Herbert Johnson. ANDREWS, Richard D., Senior BACILE, Nick A., Senior BRACKMAN, Robert S., Senior BROWN, Robert H., Senior CARTER, Graydon D., Senior DICKEY, Michael G., Senior EMMONS, Milburn L. Jr., Senior ERICKSON, Rodney, Senior EVANS, James T., Senior FAVORITE, Robert E., Senior FLOYD, Richard L., Senior FRANK, William F., Senior GIESE, Charles A., Senior HALL, John R., Senior HAUDE, Donald E., Senior HOWELL, George W., Senior ,qu rf HRNCIR, Gustav F., Senior HUBENAK, Joe A., Senior JOHN, Daniel, Senior KAVANAUGH, Bill M., Senior KUEHN, Willy F., Senior KUHN, Marvin J., Senior MCDAVID, George E., Senior MCHATTON, John T., Senior MUSKA, Emil D., Senior PAYNE, Claude E., Senior PODRAZA, Raymond, Senior RHODES, John W., Senior ROBERTS, Rogers A., Senior RUIZ, Alberto J., Senior SHELTON, James R., Senior STEWART, Betty S., Senior TROXELL, Robert C., Senior WIGGINS, Dennis A., Senior ADAMS, Hilary E., Sophomore ALEXANDER, Roger C., Freshman ALMENDAREZ, Joe A., Freshman ALWAIS, Howard N., Freshman AQUILINA, Anthony J., Freshman ARNOLD, Donald W., Freshman ARREDONDO, Carlos B., Sophomore BAKER, James R., Junior BAKER, Michael A., Freshman BALLEW, Patricia A., Sophomore BENFATTI, John L., Freshman BENIGNUS, Roy M., Sophomore BENNETT, Thomas H., Freshman BOYER, Suzanne, .Sophgmorp BROUOHTON, William A. Pfoo. RUMPUS, John R., s,,,,r,,,,,,,,,e man RURCHFIELD, Thomas P. room BURLEIGH, Harold J., Ffaahmoar BURNS, Robert H., Sophomore BUSH, Clyde L., Junior CARBAJAL, Nick L., junio, CARLY, Bobby R., Sophomore CARPENTER, Charles R., Freshman CASAS. Johnny Ja., Sophomore CASILLAS, Daniel Q., Sgphomwe CHOVANETZ, Franklin C., junio, COLLINS, Howard W., Junior CORGEY, Nelbert E., Junior CREWS, Robert P., Freshman CROWE, William T., Junior CULVER, Michael W., F reshmnn DAVID, James P., Junior DOBYANSKI, James C., Sophomore DORMAN, Richard A., Junior DOUGHERTY, Gerald M., Freshman DOUGLAS, Robert F., Jr., Freshman DRAKE, Larry P. Jr., Sophomore ELLZEY, William B., Freshman ESCALANTE, Joseph A., Freshman EVOLA, Edward J., Freshman FALES, Terry W., Freshman FITCH, Charles E., Freshman FLATO, William R., Jr., Sophomore FOGLE, Mary, Sophomore FRITSCHE, Melvin R., Junior FUCIK, Pete J., Junior GAIENNIE, Louise C., Junior GALLEGOS, Herman Jr., Junior GIBSON, Nadine N., Freshman GOLDEN, Richard L., Freshman GREEN, William L., Junior GRISSAM, James C., Sophomore HALL, Richard C., Freshman HALL, Willard E., Sophomore HAMMOND, Mack F., Freshman HANCOCK, Edgar E., II, Junior HIX, Phil R., Freshman HOPKINS, Jesse L., Sophomore HORN, Jimmy W., Sophomore JACKSON, Gary B., Sophomore JOHNSON, Carolyn S., Junior JOHNSON, Gerald H., Sophomore JONES, Clifford E., Sophomore JONES, Lois M., Sophomore KALINEC, Lawrence G., Junior KLEYPAS, Jerome A., Junior KOSINA, Gillard R., Junior LAIRD, Verner W., Junior LAMBRIGHT, Charles T., Sophomore LE BLANC, William A., Freshman LEWIS, Rodger L., Freshman LONG, Marsha J., Freshman LUCK, Walter W., Freshman MCMILLAN, David H., F TCSJIIHUH MAYO, William T., Sophomore MELTON, Shirley A., Freshman MILLER, Danise L., Freshman MILLER, Larry N.. Jwlwf , MITTELSTE1? DI51rrill.JhUrZLfZ MOHR, Doug as -a res MONTGOMERY ,-David C" Sap '1"':':fe MURILLO, Raymond G.,S011h0"10 NEWTON, Victoria A., Freshman NOBLE, Richard C.. Juflwf, NORMAN, Charles W., Jwrwf OLSON, Chrolen F., Sophomore OSHMAN, Raymond M., Junior PEPER, John E., S0ph0m0fe PETERS, James W., Freshman PHILLIPS, William E..J1w10f PICKETT, John O., Sophvffwfff PISKLAK, Donald W-. Jlmwf POLDRACK, Wayne 0-A IWW' POWELL, Mildred A., F reshmllfl H RANDOLPH, M. Arlene. F fffshmf' REED, John J., JI'-, Sophomore REEDER. David s.,FfeShf'1'1'l N, RINEHART, Charles P., Svvffvm ROBERTSON, C. T.. Jr-. IWW' SEGURA, Raymond J.. F fffshmaf SHIRLEY. Melvin L.. Svvhomo' icqcf PPIDU HFPL Ffms mio l ilifx WARN Mx WALK WARE WT JILQ Wu VH iii REU nl? WD I RQ Soni" For ima gnofe mx S I. F,"Ju"f0r Sn eshman . -Ophomor Ullor 6 L':Jl1l1i0r So ho Te P mo 1 W ES R-, Frerhmm ophomore I1?4liflg,h0m0fe W I 'rlilllrfgy E' 'Q Umor 1 Jlllligf 'v Fffshman T-v Junio I WW F I , Junioieshman 'mes CW lm A., r,,,,,,,'Jm0' erald M., Fresh TIJF., Jr., Fresh!! . l'., Sophomore n Bw Fffiilmqrr 'seph A-, Freshnn ,-ln Fffshmon A 1 Freshmon F-1 FVCSJIIMUI I R-, lr., Sophomnr, 'i0phomore 11111 R1 Junior Junior EIS? C-, Junior 'mm' lf-y Junior e N., Freshmrm 1rd L, Freshman rn I., Junior ,es C., Sophomore C., Freshman E., Sophomore lack F, Freshmm lgar E, ll, Junior Freshman .ge L, Sophomorr W. Sophomore .ry B., Sophomore ,mlm S., junior erald H., Sophonrrf ,Id E, Sophomore Xl, Sophomore' ,Hence G, jnnror :rome A, JW' rm-1 R, ,Iunror if W, Junior, ,I L Charles I-r W' wiurom Ao Fffflf ,er 1, Freshroul is I. Freshman on , W, Freshul F A David H' FIM am Tn Sophomore rout- A. W" niv-IL. Freshnu 1' N-1 Junior 'r ii Dmfllfulf I ' D ffllhm? Ilavidvcu Ryjmollx half? ficiiing! hniorl V Q-J!! 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SPIDDEN, Emmett D., Sophomore STEELE, Dale A., Junior STOGSDILL, Robert E., Sophomore STRANGE, .laNelI V., Sophomore VAUGHAN, Charles G., Junior VESELKA .Iohnn .I Junior 7 Y '7 ' WAGNER, David L., Freshman WACNER, John A., Freshman WALKER, Phil C., Freshman WARE, Ruth E., Sophomore WEATHERS, David O., Junior WELCH, Kenneth D., Freshman WESLEY, Ronald J., Sophomore WESTRUP, William E., Jr., Junior WHITTINGTON, Walter L., Freshman WILKIRSON, James W., Freshman WILLIAMS, Bruce M., Freshman WIMBERLY, Bruce L., Sophomore WINFIELD, Tommy L., Sophomore WINN, Judith E., Freshman WISE, .lim P., Junior ffice Administration FACULTY FRONT ROW Nelda Lawrence Carlos Hayden SECOND ROW Addie Small Florence Paul, DUER, Carol S., Senior KLINKERSKY, Dorothy A., Senior LUTON, Phyllis M., Senior MERRY, Judy A., Senior MAY, Donna J., Senior KELLEY, Ruth B., Senior SAVAGE, Dixie A., Senior SELF, Janice L., Senior SIMONS, Annette, Senior STRECKFUS, Bennie L., Senior TARKINGTON, Marcia O., Senior ANSELL, Mary K., Sophomore BAILEY, Bonny L., Junior BALL, Joy A., Junior BARLETTA, Virginia A., Sophomore BARRETT, Lilley E., Sophomore BARTLE, Shirley A., Freshman BASHINSKI, Edmond B., Freshman BLICKHAN, Pamela L., Freshman BROTHERTON, Linda, Freshman BROWN, Loy B., Sophomore BUCKNER, Janet C., Freshman BURKE, Diane B., Freshman CALLAGER, Mary I., Junior CIOLLI, Caren A., Junlbr CLAMPIT, Freda A., Freshman CLINE, Linda L., Freshman COLLISTER, Marguerite C., Freshman CRAIG, Ronald L., Sophomore CREWS, Lana J., Sophomore CROWLET, Jeania A., Freshman DARBY, Sandra N., Freshman DAVIS, Gayle S., Sophomore DE CESARE, Gloria A., Freshman DUER, William F., Graduate , r itrtlc .1 , 4 . lax: .L f1mL J' FEEL L S: ITZEIIII. fflli iflf 5 To, li: if W. Sis: I. i Fifi .fra C 5 J WN. Egg 1- illiiilli W' '...' N , -fN.o, L, WL, L J.. , ., . ... FM- lrr?Ll,.if.',- Wriais Vwl l ' 1 'Wie r., it Ma in QQHXYPT. .Q UQ 5 FUEL.. 5' W2 I N L' 2.5, ., G: L A 253, . wi- in - Hr 5315 iff? jing, ox ifU'.x,.'ifv UN h NLF L isfiis: . ,wif L, z fliim' f4Yg'5HT. wif ' SW-S-rlitff ifliY.PI5.'f Eiifif 1H3'Wp?Qji M . '-VLRIDQ-, E SH :tif L Nui , Tygul,1.j75 ziff'i1xF1 5 aojlfginnfk, N .lrbtq znior ior gnior 'e ,hm-11016 1076 ga!! uhfwl hmm' hmdf' WF L V wh I! fllihrj 1 fl W1 "How did you do on that timed writing?", Pat Sheppard asks Ronnie Sharp in their Intermediate Typing class. JONES, Kathryn A., Sophomore KING, Donna M., Freshman KNOX, Billie L., Sophomore LIGHTFOOT, Elizabeth A., Sophomore MQKENNA, Diane S., Freshman MCMINN, Vivian D., Freshman MAUZY, Susan J., Freshman MORRIS, Alva C., Sophomore MORTON, Carla J., Freshman MUNIZ, Noela V., Freshman NELSON, Carol L., Freshman NUNN, Mary L., Junior O'HERRON, Kathleen C., Sophomore ORSAK, Gwendolyn, Freshman O'WESNE, Edith S., Junior PEVY, Bonnie R., Sophomore PFEIFF ER, Mary A., Freshman PFLUGHAUPT, Carol A., Freshman PHEARS, Donna J., Junior PHELPS, Karen S., Sophomore PHILLIPS, Jane E., Freshman POOL, Ellen L., Junior PORTER, Mary E., Junior REED, Donna L., Freshman RICHARDSON, Carla F., Freshman SALDANA, O. Martha, Freshman SAWYERS, Patricia D., Freshman SCHAEFER, Gladiola, Junior SHELTON, Diana L., Freshman SHEPPARD, Patricia A., Freshman SHEVLIN, .Janet K., Freshman SHIPPEY, Nancy L., Sophomore SMITH, Susie C., Sophomore JOHN. Thomas L., Freshman SUUDDERT, Margaret Z., Sophomore S DLOW, Susan, Freshman SEIU-LIVAN, Paula F., Junior if ETLIK, Blanche M., Freshman ULLAR, Willie V., Junior VADELL. J021I1 C., Sophomore VINCENT , Diane R., Freshman 313314, Sherry C., Freshman WELS? Pamela L., F reshman WILH 1 Carol J., Sophomore WILLIELM, Sandra L., Freshman WRIGQFORD, Janet, Freshman YPA T, Glenda S., Freshman ' RGUEN, Pamela S., Sophomore DUNAWAY, Sharron K., Junior DVORETZKY, Ethel, Junior ESTES, Dale, Sophomore FAJKUS, Helen M., Junior FARRELL, Sharon G., Freshman FERGUSON, Leonard L., Freshman FINN, Cherie E., Freshman FLEM, Linda D., Freshman FULGENZI, Sheila A., Sophomore JOHNSON, Karen A., Freshman fwfr YJ? Economies - Finance ,,.........--...--'ff-rf w -'v"f"T'H'unlI i I 2 . . - . - ' ky .. 3 H Ch , E Z l , J h O n fchairmanl, Jane Kennecly, BACK ROW. E. E. L1ebfaS Rii:l1:i1iRTI?att5ii:cl3NI'!rahicii?V Yeaggiiy L. DSri3e1z1?iig Sziillgoilcl Bijowzin, Jxovgl Sailors, Curtis Cramer, Zabloullah Eltezam. ANDERSON, Robert J ., Senior BEAUCHAMP, Anthony J., Senior BEE-LS, Robert L., Senior CLARE, Jimmy R., Senior CROCKER, Joel T., Senior EDDLEMAN, William L. Jr., Senior HESTER, Martin E., Senior KELLEY, James S., Senior LINER. James D., Senior MAIERSON, Donald F., Senior MATA, Orlando, Senior REICHEK, Stephen L., Senior SEYMORE, Peter J., Senior SIMECEK, John K., Senior TLUCEK, William C. 1 The complex and intricate structure of the economic growth of big business is one of the many principles ex- plained by Dr. Kennedy in the class room. TULLIS, Charles W., Senior WHITE, Gordie L. II, Senior ACOSTA, Ricardo P., Junior ADAMS, Larry J., Freshman BACOT, David T., Freshman BELL, Brittian D., Junior BRITO, Richard, Sophomore CAFFERTY, Paul, Sophomore CHASE, Jonathan S., Freshman CONE, Derwood J., Junior COOK, Don H., Junior COOK, Donald D., PB DAY, Ronald L., Sophomore EASTMAN, James E., Freshman FERGUSON, John C., Junior FERNANDEZBRICENO, Jose, Freshman FOSTER, James L., JlU1i0f GODFREY, Frank Joseph, Gfadlwfe GRIGGS, Thomas F., Junior HALLMARK, Lee J., Junior HUBBARD, .Iames D., PB HUNT, Larry T., Sophomore KUCHAR, Rodney A., JlLfli0.f KUNZMAN, Renice A., Junwf NEUMANN, Richard A., Freshman OWIN, Thomas L., Junior PAYNE, Jimmy D., Junior PETERS, Louis A., Junior PURSLEY, Dan M., Freshman QURESHI, Usman A., PB SHORTEN, Theodore B., Junior TAVORA, Octavio J., Freshman WELLS, Richard P., Freshman WHITE, King D., Sophomore WILLIAMS, Gregory K., Freshman WILLOBY, Randolph L., Sophomore WILSON, Thomas K., Freshman WINGO, T. Maurice, Sophomore bv Stanley Wilson briefs his Economics 231 class on the material to be covered on the final examination. .L 11 ' EQUIIUN. E Eiiifii iifmu P IIQY' E001 E Wil l zf' UNM. i Uma TUBES! WIN f I ,ua ' UL... . gang Elms. SIMM. 1'-'Esc-Y Hmm' img, -A.: Q f V' N' IPL - llllil an .SIMIV H3139 WBT pl l0lll4fii WE Y, igllllxi QL rg, if-ii, QQ lHkHj imhffp mlm! S Hamm. , Q. X, illgp' '. El! lm sq han, I Rf F- HELEN .'l , he gihxgf M11 General Busmess AdHllHlStr3tl0H FACULTY-FRONT ROW: Bea Wade Rolland Crouch fCha1rmanJ SECOND ROW Eu ene Hu hes Nell Pa1ne Irung Lumpkin Louis Irwin. THIRD ROW: 'William Olson James Broun Arthur Smlth BACK ROW Frank Allen Truman Barber Victor Dunlap Nlorrls Wo f. ALEXANDER, Jerome H., Senior BAILEY, William E., Senior BAUER, Carolee A., Senior BEHRENS, Robert M., Senior BOARD, Richard C., Senior BOLTON, James L., Senior BRAUCHLE, Walter R., Senior BUSKER, Ray F., Senior COLEY, Elmer R., Senior CROUCH, Rolland G. Jr., Senior DEEM, Judy K., Senior DUNLAP, Robert B., Senior EICHENLAUB, Stephen T., Senior FULGHAM, Charles A., Senior GIBSON, Grady R., Senior ' GREEN, Larry A., Senior GRUNDEN, Bruce H., Senior HANCOCK, Wayland R., Senior HAWKINS, John W., Senior HICKMAN, Alfred A., Senior JOHNSON, Bernard G., Senior KLEIMAN, Melvyn E., Senior LAWTHER, W. Dean, Senior LORINO, Robert B., Senior MACKENZIE, Royal A., Senior MORRIS, Charles T., Senior MULLAN, Lester A., Senior PARKER, Bryant E., Senior RAFFAELLI, Stephen A., Senior TRIGG, Theodore F., Senior WEST, Robert H., Senior WOMACK, Allen P., Senior WONG, Yu W., Senior ABRAHAM, Lynn R., Freshman AEBI, Fred W., Junior AGAN, John A., PB AHART, Danny J., Freshman ALBRECHT, Allan R., Sophomore ANTAR, Munther N., Graduate ARNETT., .lerry W., Freshman ASPAN, Michael W.,'Freshmar1 AUBREY, Richard D., Sophomore BACOT, Lucy A., Freshman BAHNEY, Mary A., Freshman BAILEY, Robert F., Junior BAKER, Gene E., Sophomore BARNETT, Donald L., Sophomore BARZIZA, Gurnade M., Graduate wow'- -1 - ' ' f ef .. 1 ..-. - ---v---:-:-'-ff'4,-...L--r -.,.,f1:1.-F--.ps-4,-. 'r:g:'gt.,...- N 1... ,'1..q:33a.,-z-45,-:.:g.:33h .N Ef7Q,an35g,.p:,- - ' 1 "-fr' --.wt-..1'2f v 1'-' e- f-fc .. , ,.,-,., . 4,.-- , K, ... U , 1 , 'B-'..:,.aL:.wa, f.-2: his - . '-m1g.ft4..:'2mL-fa -', -4-- A ,. - " - .-rn.,-1...-as H--'1---7 ... ., Y...., .- . . ,..-........a.. ,.,,., ,, . , ,-,lj 4-6- BIENVENU, Ann E., Freshman BLADES, Jimmy L., Freshman BOOHER, .John O., Junior BOUDREAUX, Beverly S., Freshman BROEDER, Cliff L., .Sophomore BROUSSARD, Donald A., Junior BROWN, Sherwood, Sophomore BRUEGER, Joseph K., II, Freshman BRUNNER, Arnold R., Sophomore BURCH, Mary P., Freshman BURDICK, Charles W., Freshman BURKHALTER, Milton B., Freshman BUSH, Larry R., Freshman BUSIC, Cheryl J., Freshman BYRNE, Thomas R., Freshman CALASCIBETTA, James P., Freshman, CARDWELL, James N., Junior CARRABBA, Frank L., Freshman CASEY, James M., Freshman CAVANAUGH, Marianne L., Freshman CHRISTEN, Jimmy R., Freshman CLARKE, Philip C., Graduate CLEMENS, Brian E., Freshman CONTE, Carol L., Sophomore COOK, Jerry W., Freshman CORAM, Henry G., Freshman COX, James W., Sophomore COZART, John T., Freshman CRUSE, Steve K., Freshman DANSBY, Jonathan D. III, Sophomore DARBY, William L., Jr., Freshman DAVIS, James P., Freshman DAVIS, Ronald O., Freshman DAY, Chester S., Freshman DEAN, David E., Sophomore DEAN, William E., Freshman DEATS, James R., Junior DE YBARRONDO, Daisy M., Freshman DINWIDDIE, Forrest, Sophomore DODSON, Gerald R., Freshman DOMINGUEZ, Daniel, Freshman DONNELL, Dianne, Freshman DOZIER, Jerry B., Junior DRAKE, James A., Junior DRUMM, Glenn A., Freshman DUDLEY, Pete L., Freshman DUE, Ronald N., Sophomore DYAL, Ray L., Freshman EARLE, George R., Junior ECKOLS, Ansyl D., Sophomore EKSTROM, Gary L., Freshman ELLIOTT, Brady G., Freshman ELLIS, Jerry D., Freshman ELLISOR, Lawrence B., Freshman EMILY, Medina, Sophomore EMMERTON, Harriet A., Freshman EPPERSON, Gerald W., Junior EVANS, Carl W., Freshman FARGO, Frederick L., Junior FARIAS, Edward U., Freshman FENBERG, Jay A., Freshman FICK. Patricia H., Freshman FLATO, Clark C., Freshman FLEMING, William C., Junior FLINN, William R., Freshman FLORENCE, Gwendolyn S., Sophomore FORSEY, Frank, Junior FOUKE, Robert F., 'Junior FRANCIS, William A., Sophorrwfe FRANCKE, Eugene R., Graduate FRENCH, Gary L., Junior FRIZ, Gerald D., Junior GAAS, James E., Freshman GAGE, David T., Freshman GARRETT, Lee R., Jr., Freshman GARY, Glenn J., Sophomore GASKAMP, Henrietta, Freshman "" -.-,,.-W-ff .W ..., - ..E.,.--,.-,,,,,,.,,W,--W,,vw N cl M ,E 71 I xhman VE Kfor- 'e Shman m0I'e 'Ran reshman Tl Freshman if mlm Fffshman man 171 rphomore :hmmm , Freshman more an 'nan n ll are an an hmm! eshmlm for V :M 1 J! Jrrhomon 95015 rf WW milf! GAVIN, Thomas J., Junior GLOGER, Peter L., Junior GODBOLD, Melvin H., Freshman GOODWIN, John C., Freshman GORDON, Larry L., Freshman GREGORY, John M., Junior GRIFFIN, James E., Junior GUNN, Harold D., Sophomore HAHN, Henry L., Sophomore HAJECATE, Ann, Sophomore HAMBLIN, Charles R., Sophomore HANSON, Howard C., Freshman HANSON, John P., Sophomore HARDY, James P., Freshman HARNESS, .Kenneth C., Freshman HARPER, Richard D., Junior HARPOLE, Ronald D., Freshman HARRIS, Milton R., Junior HATAWAY, Bobby H., Sophomore HATHORN, Sylvia A., Sophomore HAVEMANN, Eugene C., Sophomore HAYES, Gregory W., Junior HAZLITT, James A., Freshman HEARN, Billy F., Sophomore HENNIGAN, Dan H., Junior HENSLER, Paul F., Junior HICKMAN, Larry E., Freshman HICKMAN, Mary A., Sophomore HORTON, Donald J., Freshman HOUK, Sherry S., Freshman HOWELL, Donny, Junior JACOBS, L. Beatrice, Freshman JAKSA, T. Jean, Freshman JARAMILLO, Rufus, Junior JOHNSON, Jan, Sophomore JOHNSON, Roy J., Junior JOHNSTON, Harris G., Jr., Sophomore JONES, Robert E., Sophomore KAST, Anna, Junior KISTNER, David K., Freshman KLUPPEL Nanc C Freshman a Y -1 KOCH, Allen R., Junior KREFETZ, Kenneth L., Freshman KRUNTORAD, Frank J., PB LAMBERT, Don L., Sophomore LEBOWITZ, Harlene F., Freshman LEE, Michael B., Freshman LEE, Nancy V., Sophomore LE GRAND, Leslie P., Jr., Junior LERNER, Ronald A., Freshman LINDSEY, Gene C., Sophomore LINKOUS, Rhondal L., Jr., Junior LUTHER, William D., Junior MCCALL, Amo J., Sophomore MCCALLEN, Marie D., Frosllmdll MCCLURE, Leon E., Junior MCGILVRAY, James L., Freshman McKEE, Ralph R., Freshman MCKINNEY, Bobby G., Freshman MQKINNEY, Charles M., F reshmon MCMAHON, Jack A., Freshman MAGLITTO, Luke S., Junior MAGRILL, V. Carolyn, Sophomore MANER, Jackie D., Freshman MANLEY, James B., Sophomore MARTIN, Edwina G., Sophomore MASON, Guy B., Sophomore MATHEWS, James C., Freshman MATTHEWS, Jack D., Sophomore MATTOX, Herman H., Junior MATZIC, Charles D., Junior MEDLOCK, Barbara F., Freshman MITCHAN, Mary A., Junior MITTELSTED, Donald R., Junior MONTERO, Mario M., Sophomore MOORE, Richard L., Sophomore MOUSA, Frank B., Junior MURRAY, Dean C., Junior MYERS, Forest J., Freshman NAPPER, Dan W.,,Sophom0re NAY, Sam H., Freshman NEISES, Barbara A., Sophomore NIEDERHOFER, Mary A., Freshman NIEMANN, Delbert A., Sophomore NIETO, Fernando S., Sophomore OKPAH, Augustine O., Junior ORDONEZ, Santiago, Sophomore OROSCO, Kathleen L., Freshman PACE, Martin L., Freshman PALITZ, Jay D., Junior PARKER, Herbert T., Sophomore PATCH, Monty, Junior PLENTL, Michael R., Junior POOL, Charles H., Freshman POWERS, Roy C., Sophomore PURVIS, Howard A., Junior PYLE, Edward A., Junior RANDALL, Kathleen, Freshman RATTNER, Stephen C., Freshman REAMS, Gary L., Freshman REED, Nelda F., Freshman REINHARDT, Albert D., Junior RHEA, Joe D., Junior ROFF, Lynn M., Freshman ROSS, James A., Freshman SALLING, Robert, Freshman SAN MIGUEL, John R., Freshman SCHENK, Norman O., Junior SCHINDEWOLF, Leroy T., Sophomore SCHMIDT, Larry L., Junior SCHNEIDER, Donald J., Freshman SCOGIN, Shirley L., Freshman SHERMAN, Philip B., Graduate SHRY, Carolyn A., Junior SMITH Marilyn K., Sophomore SMITH Micheal L., Freshman SMITH, Wallace R., Freshman SMITH, William R., Junior SNELL, Wallace W., Freshman SPURGEON, George W., Sophomore STANOWSKI, Theodore J., Sophomore STARK, Larry W., Junior STOCKING, Leona J., Freshman STOCKTON, Kenneth F., Junior STRICKLIN, Mollie'R., Freshman SULTAN, Fred W., Junior SUMNER, Sylvia A., Freshman TAYLOR, Joseph M., Freshman TAYLOR, William N., Jr., Freshman TEAS. Thomas S., Junior TOSTADO, Daniel B., Junior TREVINO, Linda, Freshman Business instructor Joyce Winston shows students the fine art of using an adding machine VAUCHN, Florence O., Sophomore WALL, Ronald G., Junior WALTON, Greg L., Freshman WARREN, Carey D., Freshman WARREN, Ed J., Jr., Freshman WARWICK, Elvin J., Freshman WEBER, William K., Junior WELDON, Winiford L., Freshman WHIDDON, Michael L., Freshman WHITE, James G., Freshman WHITE, Larry E., Freshman WIECHENS, Elizabeth J., Freshman WILLIAMS, Barry E., Freshman WILLIAMS, Marion C., Sophomore WILLIAMS, Peggy L., Freshman WILSON, Brian C., Junior WILSON, Robert N., Freshman WOLFF, Winford W., Freshman WYLIE, Jerome C., Freshman ZARUBA, Cliarlcen A., Junior ZEICER, James L., Freshman TRITICO, Frank J., Sophomore TUCKER, Erol C., Junior TYLER, O'Rita D., Freshman VASUT, David D., Freshman Q-.-v-vuwgqq-nu-g-.1-. -q.,. .,-.-pn.. u,,pmy -Q LR a.w...4. J, , ' , N' ,Q .wwe-mf-le? 1 J., -" 125 -:af 1 ns A J ll J1 i 1 lr. F l i l 1 U H ll l 1 i 'l l l 4 1 Management FACULTY-Leslie Munneke, Howard C. Nudd fChairmanD, Ross Lovell, Billy Hodge, Gilbert l l l -ii S ' Bythewood. ANDERSON, Andrew M., Senior ANDERSON, Francis J., Senior BEASLEY, Dixie E., Senior BRYAN, Robert M., Senior CARPER, Dwight A., Senior CHENOWETH, Charles B., Senior COLLIER, Boyd T. III, Senior FELLERS, Joan E., Senior FREW, David T., Senior HACAN, Herbert R., Senior HANCOCK, William A., Senior HARCIS, Joel P., Senior HARGRAVE, Norman R., Senior HARTNETT, Carolyn G., Senior HASSEN, Fred H., Senior HAYWOOD, James E. Jr., Senior LEMMON, Laurence O., Senior LLEWELLYN, Edwin E., Senior MCDANIEL, James A., Senior MARKEY, Robert F., Senior MILLTNG, Jamie D., Senior MUELLER, Joachim H., Senior NELSON, Robert S., Senior N EVEUX, David O., Senior PALI, Julius S., Senior PARTIDA, Willie M., Senior PETERSEN, Marcia E., Senior PRAUSE. Charles L., Senior PRICE, William E., Senior SHIRLEY, Robert C., Senior VOGELSANG, Don W., Senior WILBOURN, James C., Senior ACOCK, James B., Freshman ANDERS, Melvin W., Junior ANDRADE, Diana M., Freshman ANTHONY, Pamela J., J unzor BABULA, Leon A., Sophomore BATIJEN, Patricia A., Sophomore BERRY, Jerry A., Sophomore BOND, Bobby T., Sophomore BONNEY, Robert L, Junior BRADLEY, Robert D., Freshrrrllfl BRADEHAUR, Bobby L, IWW BROWDER, John H., Freshman BRUNNER, Alfred L., Jllrllof BUCHTA, Gerald L., JUYNQV BUJNOCH, James D., Junior 6 CALLAHAN, Michael A.,S0P'10"1"' 88 Uldrew M., Senior Francis J., Senior Lie E, Senior rt M., Senior gh! A, Senior 5, Charles B., Serin 'd T. III, Senior n E, Senior T., Senior en R., Senior A, Senior P., Senior SOYIHZD Res Smal! famlyn C., Senior I H., Senior ' me, E, JL, Senior mance Oo SWT Edwin E, Senior unes A. SW' Jen F'1Se'!w' ne D. SW". H, Sgrnor gcllim 1 En S-v Senior rd 0.5f"1"' W Seniors wr llie Nl., U' . lycil FH SSM rlti IH SSW 5 W' H :uc egenior " ii.Sfrf'1' JESS C, SW' .B.,FffWff 1 W. rr' 'm wr.Fff1W" m'rAr.lrr1"' lm' humor! roof' SoP n A- im 5'-50" ,, ' honw ?g'?Z5nn'f in z'Zf'b'i'5'rr"3?T J' JIM ,I Bambi fir IW" :fini junior lu I Mi , Sf' U" ,inform rii1'J!.N'J Dr. Ross Lovell delivers his last management lecture before fan fmals' CARRERA, Danilo, PB Pncvv D. - . rt D Freshman S Mercer D., Sophomore , Frank B., Graduate R, Gary L., Sophomore iarles W., Junior .n M., Junior u ., . 5 1 E CONANT, Chester M., Junior COON, William A., Graduale COWART, Edward A., Freshman CRONIN, James G., Sophomore CROW, Emmet P., Junior CULLATHER, Patrick J., Freshman DE REESE, Tim G., Junior DIXON, Carol L., Sophomore DUATEN, Wilbur, Junior EADY, Howard G., Sophomore EATMAN, Mary, Junior FINLEY, Charles L., Sophomore FOWLER, Linda J., Freshman FRAZIER, Bevis B., Junior FRENCH, John D., Freshmnn FROMEN, Mary V., Freshman GARY, Nita M., Junior GERBIC, Patricia V., Junior GINSBERC, Sue G., Freshman GREIDENWISE, Barbara G., Sophomore GUMIENNY, Johnny A., Junior HAWORTH, Paul R., Sophomore HAYS, Royce E., Freshman HENDERSON, Samuel S., Freshman HOLBERC, Robert E., Sophomore HOLLIN, Dewayne, Junior HOLLINGER, Albert C., Sophomore HOPKINS, Cary G., Junior HORNE, Michael, Sophomore HULSEY, Eldon E., Graduate JANK, Kenneth L., Junior JOHNSON, Kirby L., Junior JONES, John P., Sophomore KAHN, Milton D., Sophomore KRISTOF, Kenneth L., Freshman LAKE, F. Dennis, Junior LIGHTFOOT, James H., Sophomore MCMAKIN, James D., Freshman MARMION, Stephen A., Graduate MASON, Randal S., Junior MATTIZA, Barbara G., Junior MEA, Jacqueline, Junior MOORE, Judith A., Sophomore MORGAN, John C., Freshman MORRELL, Robert, Freshman MOTLOCH, David L., Freshman NIEDERHOFER, Tom A., Sophomore PALMS, Henry N., Junior 15 AES' gvigssgi--if'11-zzaliv'-flffiifil E53 ':5f:'5flE"' if en...--pq-pqv'--,-..q.. -n..-no-an---.u.,.q-wg.-. sunrvuu-mann.:-. , Mm- -1 ' ' - - ' H - '1- A " - J- -1-..E'l4' ' ' i 'V - .ifzzfem-r-. -, .gg..-. ,.. f-n-....- , ,, ,,, -J 4,1 .L 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' X Q 1, HMS- ., gig: -Ma, ...u ,gn 5 if :Jaxx A N r l V V xl ll X. . U. w l. l 1 l l ll. i l w l Transportation - Geograph ll if l l 1. l . , l l 1 1 J 1 M ill ll 'J A 1 l ! l l l I w 1 l FACULTY-Warren Rose fChairmanJ, L. D. Belzung, J. Edwin Becht, Vernon L. Engberg. MARQUEZ, John, Senior HARRISON, Paul S., Senior DRAPE, Frederick T., Senior ANDERSON, Jack C., Junior ATWELL, Rich A., Freshman BRIEGER, Ronald C., Sophomore BROUSSARD, Paul L., Junior BUTLER, Robert O., Sophomore DAVENPORT, David A., Sophomore GOLDSMITH, Marsha L., Freshman LUCAS, Michael S., Freshman NIEMANN, Richard D., Junior OIWESNE, Jack- A., Graduate PARKER, Richard A., Sophomore PAYNE, Joe W., Junior WOODS, John C., Sophomore PARRENT, J. C., Freshman PESZ, Jerrold D., Graduate PETERS, Lynda C., Freshman PRINCE, Alice E., Freshman PURDY, Eileen M., Sophomore REEVES, Robert B., Junior ROACH, Marshall V., Freshman RUTLEDCE, James C., Sophomore SAJJADI, Parviz S., Graduate SANBORN, David B., Freshman SEACO, Carroll W., Graduate SENTESI, William H., Junior SMITH, Jan R., Sophomore SMITH, Ronald K., Junior SOMMER, John J., Junior TARPLEY, Ernest D., Junior THOMAS, James J., Graduate TIBILETTI, John J., PB TONES, Michael F., Junior VASQUEZ, Lupe A., Junior VOGT, Victor V., Junior WASHER, David L., Freshman WEEKS, Wylie W., Junior WELLMAN, Linda J., Sophomore WILLIAMS, Frank E., Junior WILLIAMS, Grady R., Freshman WILLKE, Dwight E., Freshman WILKERSON, Ray R., Graduate MAUK, Robert W., Senior Evil' meme Coll' - 'lk at th timoh' Hrs lglalucoull Sfhogkndgi ltorkg X . l 'Q , L1 90 ,, n ' Qlll lx lf. . I .. I . . , L. . Aw,.--L,,,,,,,,,,f,.,.n-my V- , ,,,, , Y lv , L E dmlmstratlon - upervlslon THONN, Elois W., Graduate STARLING Iredell Graduate FACULTY-Stanley S. Sanders, Gerald T. Cowitz, Richard D. Strahan, Wallace H. Stuvell fChair- manl SLOAN, Kathryn L., Graduate ROACH, James C.. Graduate 4 KAPLAN, Myer, Graduate KADERA, Gefwrae S., Graduate HOLT, Fred R., Graduate CODBE. James M.. Graduate COX, Robert L., Graduate BROWN, Mary A., Graduate O l Elementary Educatlon FACULTY-FRONT Row: Addie Austin, Evelyn S. Th fCl - y Cl. . , , Graves, Isabel E. Gibson, Loyc Y' Hollis, Leo G. Mahoney, 05213533 L' , .mrlcs A. Lmdsey, John E. B1Sll0ps Joyce Benbrook. BACK ROW. Ma xL 4 141 l .V th :J .31 .1 W: W of a colorful decoration for an elementary ADAMS, Dorothy A., Senior ALBERT, Karen K., Senior ANDERSON, Stanley A., Senior BADGLEY, Bessie C., Senior BARBER, Sandra J., Senior BARR, Nona L., Senior BASS, Barbara M., Senior BERRY, Dorothy M., Senior BONJOUR, Georgeine, Senior BRIGGS, Elizabeth A., Senior BROWN, Carol M., Senior BURLING, Jessie M., Senior CAMPBELL, Phyllis B., Senior CARLSON, Caryl J., Senior CLARK, Linda R., Senior DANIEL, Frances W., Senior DASHIELL, Jane P., Senior DAUPI-IIN, Diaml S., Senior DAVIDSON, Arch U., Senior DAVIS, Joyce M., Senior DECKER, Sharon K., Senior DEERING, Virginia A., Freshman DELAY, Katie, Senior EMBRY, Susan C., Senior ESSE, Marilynn P., Senior GILBRETH, Janie C., Senior GLIKIN, Sybil I., Senior GOODWIN, Billie A., Senior GORKA, Mary E., Junior GREEN, Pamela B., Senior GREENE, Sandra K., Senior GREMILLION, Norma N., Senior HALE, Bobbie N., Senior I-IARMON, Barbara A., Senior HARMON, Kitty L., Senior I-IAWKINS, Margaret A., Senior HEMPEL, Judith S., Senior HENDERSON, Maso-r C., Senior HENSON, Jeanne A., Senior HERMAN, Billie L., Senior HODGES, Elaine J., Senior HOPKINS, Diane, Senior ICE, Barbara K., Senior JEU, Olive S., Senior JOCHETZ, Sarah, Senior JONES, Jeffie K., Senior JONES, Sandra M., Senior KALLISON, Diane B., Senior KAMAS, Ann L., Senior KRENEK, Georgia M., Senior LEVINSON, Sadie L., Senior LUNSFORD Mar G Senior 7 Y ', MCMURROUGH, James C., Senior MCMURROUGH, Mary B., Senior MALONE, Mary A., Senior MANGRUM, Marcia L., Senior MAYIEICIQRY, Franrzcs If., Senior lVIll.l.l5ili, I'lfllIlCl7S NI., Senior MUNS, Sandra L., Senior NICCUM, Szmflru C., .Senior PEARCE, Sandra .l., Senior PECIIERO, Virginia, Senior PIMENTEL, Anna M., Senior POLKE, .limmic C., Senior POOL, Sandra C., Senior PORTER, Ruth T., Senior PRICHARD, Judy A., Senior SHIRLEY, Nova J., Senior SIMS, Helen L., Senior SMITH, Eleanor F., Senior SMITH, Shirley F., Senior STANFORD, Linda F., Senior STROUD, Julie H., Senior SLUBBS, Norma E., Senior THOMAS, Patricia M., Senior TIBBS, Virginia L., Senior TOMLIN, Carolyn, Senior WANN, Jayne Ap, Senior WEBER, Cale P., Senior WEICLE, Sally A., Senior WILHITE, LoAnne S., Senior WILLIAMS, Thelma G., Senior WILSON, Shirley A., Senior ACKEL, .Iune A., Graduate ADAMCIK, Judy L., Freshman ALBERTH, Carolyn D.,,Sophomore ALLEN, Margaret L., Freshman AREAN, Concetta F., Sophomore ARMSTRONG, Kathy M., Freshman ATKINSON, Mary E., Sophomore BACARISSE, Deanna S., Junior BALCH, Nelva J., Freshman BADLRIDGE, Dayleen A., Junior BALLARD, Pamela J., Junior BANGERT, Carol E., Sophomore BEARD, Mary S., Freshman BECKETT, Sarah A., Junior BEHRENS, Mary B., Junior BERBERIAN, Jean C., Freshman BERCHEY, Mary A., Freshman BERG, Suzanne C., Sophomore BERRY, Sharee K., Freshman BLEYL, Janet, Sophomore BILLINCS, Alice J., Junior BLANKS, Margaret J., Freshman BLANTON, Linda L., Junior BLEVIN S, Billie Y., Freshman BOYD, Jo Ann, Junior BRAUN, Rose Claudeane, Freshman BRIDGES, Linda K., Junior BROOKS, Nancy K., Freshman BRYAN, Melba F., Junior BURCHARDT, Vonda J., Junior BURROUGHS, Katherine, Freshman BUSCH, Sue E., Freshman CANION, Ella M., Sophomore CANN, Susan C., Sophomore CARBO, Helen M., Junior CHANDLER, Judith A., S0ph077l07e CHAPMAN, Paulette, Junior COLBY, Hermina M., Freshman CONNER, Donna J., Freshrnllrl COOK, Juanita, Junior CORBETT, Ollie R., Junior CORKERN, Patricia A., Freshnzan COURT, Betty L., Sophomore CROUCH, Betty A., Sophomore DANISCH, Carole L., Sophomore DAVENPORT, Mildred R., Freshnzan DAVIS, Donna K., Junior DAVISON, Jolene K., Freshman DENNIS, Gaye M., Freshman DeVANEY, Barbara A., Freshman DeVRIES, Peggy A., Junior DICKSCHAT, Joan, S0ph0m07'e DIHERT, Idanel, Freshman DOBBS, Carol V., Junior DRAPER, Marty E., Freshman DRURY, Pauline S., Sophomore DuBOSE, Andrea, Sophomore DUFFY, Dianne M., JUl1i0f DUNCAN, Sarah J., SopJ10m0fe DUNHAM, virginia E.,Sopl10m0fe DUNN, Imogene M., JlH1f0f I h lla PU? Qin i., . -t. Y .bv n L. '- Ye 'W,g:V'h, 3131 W Z ff' W1 ff fx? V ,, W,,w:,W3,5. , .Xi wwf fi 3 L M 6 f fp? X ,MQW nf, ..Nh,f,,Q.,,,, 1' , fp f WW, ' 71, ,ffix ,,Qy,,Y.Z4 f , X , N. , S , f X f -rx ff ff S W K 1-'fm . 2 x K E 1 1 f' QNX X J LESTER, Annette T., Junior LEVENS, Mary S., Junior LOCKHART, Diane E., Freshman LOPEZ, Josephine, Junior LYNN, Joan E., Sophomore MCAUGHAN, Bertha L., Sophomore MCBAY, Helen E., Sophomore MCCLURE, Marjorie J., Junior MCGILVRAY, Nancy E., Junior MADDISON, Nancy C., Sophomore MAESTRI, Rogene M., Junior MALONE, Margaret R., Junior MANNHEIMER, Carole H., Sophomore MARMION, Mary A., Junior MAXWELL, Linda K., Sophomore MONK, Cynthia A., Freshman MOULDEN, Carol A., Freshman MURDOCK, M. Dianne, Sophomore MURRAY, Patricia A., Freshman MORAN, Patricia J., Sophomore 0'DONNELL, Starr W., Junior PALERMO, Mary A., Junior PAPPAS, Victoria, Junior PARKS, Kathryn J., Junior PARR, Patricia A., Sophomore PATTERSON, Ethel M., Freshman PATTERSON, Royle e K., Junior PHELPS, Sandra D., Junior PINION, Beverlye M , Junior PINION, Loretta M., Junior POLK, Patricia O., Freshman PRIEBE, Gloria K., Sophomore PROCK, Marilyn T., Junior QUARLES, Lela J., Junior READY, Martha A., Junior REINHARDT, Barbara J., Freshman RENEROW, Linda L., Junior RHONE, Betty E., Junior RICHARDS, Wanda S., Freshman RICHARDSON, Tommie J., Freshman ROBBERSON, Jane L., Junior ROGERS, Jacqueline B., Freshman ROMINE, Kathryn S., Freshman ROWLAND, Sharon D., Sophomore RUSSELL, Diane N., Freshman RYAN, Beverly J., Sophomore SANFORD, Jackie L., Freshman SCHEIDEMANTEL Bett A. 7 y 7 Freshman SCHULTZ, Carol A., Sophomore SEALEY, Helen E., Freshman SHOUDEL, Pearl W., Graduate SIMMANK, Beverly R., Senior SIMMONS, Charlotte A., Junior SMITH, Carolyn K., Freshman SMITH, Jeanie S., Freshman SMITH, Jill, Sophomore SMITH, Martha H., Junior SMITH, Phyllis M., Junior STASKUS, Peggy A., Freshman STEVENSON, Jari L., Sophomore STORY, Shirley A., Sophomore STRATTON, Paula M., Junior TELSCHOW, Judy D., Sophomore TEMPLETON, Janet, Freshman THEIS, Judy C., Freshman THIESSEN, Tonda L., Freshman THOMPSON, Virginia D., Sophomore THOMSON, Carol A., Freshman TRIMBLE, Janearle S., Freshman TSCHIEDEL, Sharon M., Sophomore TURNER, Kenneth C., Freshman VANDERPOOL, Susan L., Freshman VERDINO, Paula S., Freshman VINES, Paula A., Junior VITAL, Willard J ., PB WALLACE, Karen A., Freshman WATKINS, Charles M., PB WEGNER, Carole A., Freshman WEHUNT, LaJuana, Junior WESTBROOK, Jackie H., Graduate WHITMAN, Marcy L., Junior WILLIAMS, Carolyn M., Junior WILLIAMSON, Ruth C., Freshman YATES, Betty L., Freshman ZANK, Jill A., Freshman ZEMANEK, Virginia A., Junior WHITTAKER, Jeweleane W., Graduate 6 ZERMENO, Gloria J., Sophomore Foulldatlons - S CCIHI Areas , ,N gh, 4 -' N FACULTY--FRONT ROW: Alfred Moore fChairmanD, Rebecca Felts, Bernice Baker, Harold Bogtrell. BACK ROW: W. C. Purdy, R. L Stewart G C. Stout, M. H. Roll, J. M. Muse. 1 . ANDICH, Bryna, Senior BUF ORD, Cheryl A., Senior DABBS, Norma A., Senior HYATT, Dawn E., Senior JOHNSON, William M., Senior LANDES, M. Cherie, Senior PLITT, Rese N., Senior ROBINSON, Judy A., Senior , WATERMAN, Mary E., Senior ALDRIDGE, Claudia K., PB BANG, Charlotte K., Junior BINGHAM, Melvin E., Graduate CUMMINCS, Ann S., Freshman DUDAS, Joyce D., Sophomore HOFFMAN, Judith M., Junior KOCIAN, Barbara A., Junior A MATTHEWS, Martha E., Sophomore PAULUS, Johanna, Junior POKLUDA, Sue, Sophomore POLINSKI, Joyce, Sophomore RHEA, Theresa J., Freshman RUSTAY, Sue M., Sophomore SAGE, Susan E., Freshman SCHOERGER, James G., Sophomore SELIK, Evelyn A., Sophomore SMITH, Nancy R., Junior SMYLY, Joanna, Freshman STRICKLAND, Mavis A., Junior STRIPLING, Arnell E., Junior SY, Judith A., Sophomore WALDNER, Cecilia A., Freshman WEISS, Maxine B., Sophomore WOELLNER, Ann V., Sophomore U ., . 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Collinsworth, Rose Ann McLaughlin, Martha Hawthorne ANDERSON, Malcolm D., Senior CARTER, John D., Jr., Senior GEDDES, Dolores S., Senior ADAMCIK, Carole, Junior BENNICK, Susan K., Freshman MURILLO, Felix J., Senior PROCK, Daniel D., Senior ROSS, Bruce W., Senior RUDE, Larry R., Senior THOMPSON, Cuyler G., Senior WILLY, Jack P., Senior GOODSON, Charles M., Senior JANTZ, Everly J., Senior MATEJ KA, Gloria E., Senior BOTTOMS, Barbara .l Freshman BREWER, Carl W Junzor BRUDER, Patti M Sophomore CAMPBELL, Jacqueline S Freshman CAPPS, Milton E., Freshman CARDOSA David un , ' , J ior CAREY, .lohn M., Graduate CASCINO, George R., Fresh CHARLES, Daniel R., Freshiiigii CHLADEK, Bessie A., Sophomore 5 ul .I home, CLOSSIN, Peggie S. J. Sophomore COLOMBO, Russ P. Sophomore COSTON, Robert L. Sophomore COX, Shirley M. R. Sophomore DARLING, Deanna Sophomore DOOLAN, Ward G., Junior Coach Collinsworth shows physical education students the proper golf grip EVANS, Paul, Sophomore FAWLEY, Linda E., Sophomore FISHER, Tim N., Sophomore FOSTER, Bonnie J., Freshman GARNER, Larry W., Sophomore HODGES, Edward E., Junior HOFF, Candy, Sophomore KEY, Bunny K., Freshman KNIPE, Myra S., Sophomore KOHLMAIER, Joseph T., III, Junior LOESCH, Carolyn S., Sophomore LOVETT, Allie K., Sophomore MARHOFER, Jerry F., Sophomore MYERS, Marian S., Freshman NEWHOUSE, Russell B., Junior RAMIREZ, Alexander R., Junior DEESER, Donna K., Freshman RINCON, Robert E., Junior SAXE, James C., Freshman SCHWETTMANN, Gerald G., Junior SCOTT, Bertha R., Freshman SIVLEY, Reida J., Junior SPRAGU-E, Erma L., Junior TURNER, Clarence H., Jr., Sophomore VAN TREASE, William F., Jr., Junior VLASEK, Donald D.. Junior WILHELM, Freddie C., Sophomore WOLF, Charles E., Graduate WORTHINGTON, Beverlye K., Sophomore YOUNGER, Robert E., Freshman ,M ,, H , , . , -.. . aa.: - fun n .,- 'f ' ' ' A ' " "-4'-"""' We C 4 i1uiQ?f5?f1115.4 1QsargQ - lik- "' Eiesf-rf2'5?fk35' " ' Secondar Education FACULTY FRONT ROW Charles White, La Verne Carmical, Lawrence Freeman CChairmanD, Marvin Sterrett, William Nesbitt. BACK ROW Harper Beaty Thomas Metcalf, Albert Chovanec, William Yost, John Creswell. STRUCKMEYER, Billy G., Senior WELLS, Glen C., Senior DUSEK, Harold C., Junior BRODERICK, Cecily M., Graduate CARR, Hattie L., Graduate DYAL, Erna J., Graduate HINKLE, Ruth E., Graduate KUO, Chu C., Graduate LUCAS, Ernest A., Jr., PB NANZ, Donald A., Junior TERRY, William E., Graduate WAIZEL, Larry C., Junior BRITTAIN, Kenneth B., Senior DORECK, Dorothy F.. H., Senior DUSEK, Eugene C., Senior PUCEK, Joseph J., Jr., Senior WARREN, Ruth H., Freshman WOLZ, Wayne C., Sophomore WOOD, Donald A., Graduate ZIMMERMAN, Shirley, Freshman Co I . t an J . - 4 R lt -Q ' f. I., . 'l PQ Q 1 A -N 'Q lk Culfn relatifilellillllne life? Dt hr-1.3 in Challr EIlllQal. l f l I Y v - 'H ' - Ga 551, 4 i r Nesbitt. BAUK College of Engineerin . EWS' H,,yI1'f r DEAN CHARLES V. KIRKPATRICK The Cullen College of Engineering stresses the practicality and the development of the discoveries of scientific exploration. By relating these discoveries to the needs of man, the College of Engineering hopes to increase the proficiency with which man meets his problems in everyday life. l Dean Charles Kirkpatrick heads the College which offers degrees In chemical, civil, electrical, industrial, mechanical, and petroleum engineering. This wide diversification enables a student to get a look at the other phases of engineering as well as his chosen one. As technological advances pour forth the engineers of today and tomorrow will have to seek ways of implementing them as smoothly and effectively as possible. wllhe future offers as many challenges as the pastf' feels the Dean. He also feels that the Cullen College of Engineering will grow to meet these challenges. IOI Chemical Engineering e" e,1 gf F f Ag 'mW.....,3,, FACULTY-FRONT ROW: F. M. Tiller, C. V. Kirkpatrick, R. L. Motard, H. L. Overton, M. G. Hubbard, A. E. Duklerg BACK ROW: C. J. Huang, F. L. Worley, H. W. Prengle, Jr. BEENE, John L., Junior BOSCHE, Earl E., PB BROUGH, Wendell H., Jr., Sophomore BROWN, Webster W., Jr., Sophomore BURCH, John C., Freshman CEMO, Michael J., Sophomore CONNELL, Ronnie B., Freshman COOK, William G., Freshman COOPER, Robert B., Freshman DITTLINGER, Thomas L., Freshman ERVIN, Michael A., Junior FEUER, Miles, Sophomore FISBECK, Charles E., Sophomore FOX, Jerry V., Graduate FRANKLIN, Allan R., Freshman CADDIS, Emerson C., Junior GODBY, Gary E., Freshman GOMEZ, Alberto, Sophomore HARN, Olin L., Freshman HATFIELD, Richard, Freshman HLAWICZKA, Rudolf, Junior GARCIA, Fulton E., Graduate GEARHART, Loren E., Junior GILBERTSON, Robert J., Freshman HARDY, John K., Freshman HERRMANN, Edwin P., Sophomore HOHMAN, George M., Freshman LADEWIG, Glen R., Freshman LAMBERT, Lloyd J., Jr., Freshman LUSK, Larry M., Freshman MCCOLLUM, A. Howard, Freshman MACKE, Robert K., Freshman l02 CARNAHAN, Norman F., Senior CHIRIBOGA, Gales G., Senior LIBERMAN, Isalas, Senior PLEDGER, William R., if V , Senior , ,gg AARON, Paul D., F Junior wg A V . Ma, ALLISON, Robert N., Junior BAWA, M. S., Graduate .Q .45 A 4 A ,Q MANNING, Kenneth D., Freshman MANTHOS, George J., Junior P"N"""MsQ Y,,, MARTIN, Michael A., Freshman MATHES, Claude D., Junior NEELEY, Norman D., Freshman OSINA, James R., Junior REXER, Bernard R., Sophomore ROSSER, Edward J., Freshman SMITH, Warren A., Freshman STEIN, Louis E., Junior STEPHENS, Charles E., Freshman WALIGURA, Charles L., Junior of Saturday lab. WESTON, Frederick L., Sophomore WHITE, Stuart E., Freshman WOOD, Barton E., Freshman WOODARD, Melbourne W., Freshman ZOCH, Robert M., Jr., Freshman Civil Engineering F?-CULTY-FRONT ROW: John E. Hoff, Albert J. Bonarg BACK ROW: N. H. C. Hwang, Richard H. Gunderson, Ardis White. Charles Wright, senior engineering student takes advantage ALBERS, Harold Senior ATTAR, Riad M. Senior BRANTON, Ronald W Senior GEUILAK, Cyrous C. 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J' wr .14--" wif' f avid N., Senior Gary S., Senior YE0 Joseph E., Senior ABBOTT, Brenson L., Jr., Freshman AKER5, Donald L., Freshman ALEXANDER, Jerry D., Freshman ANSARI, Mohammed M., Freshman AWWAD, Elias A., Junior I, Ha ati, Graduate Chailles E., Freshman BECK, Eugene W., Jr., Junior BINGHAM, Donald G., Freshman BRINKLEY, Jimmy R., Sophomore BUTLER, Charles N., Sophomore CAGLE, Carroll D., Sophomore CEASER, Jessie L., Sophomore TEN, Barry W., Junior Donald J., Freshman COLLINS, Terry D., Freshman DARILEK, Glenn T., Freshman DAVIS, Grady W., Freshman DE LA GARZA, Roberto, Sophomore DENNIS, George R., Junior DOUGLAS, Samuel B., Freshman DRAWE, Robert G., Freshman DRIULINI, Adelchi, Freshman DUTY, Robert R., Freshman DUVVORY, Charvaka, Junior ERICKSON, Dalton R., Freshman ESTERLEIN, Robert G., Freshman FLORES, Henry, Freshman FOSTER, Tommy M., Junior -GAMARGO, Luis E., Sophomore GAMMAGE, Gerald G., Freshman GATEWOOD, Kenneth, Freshman GEARHART, Ray A., Junior GREGG, Donald A., Junior GROVES, John G. III, Sophomore HALL, Michael D., Freshman HEATH, Richard E., Junior HETTINGER, Ramon L. Jr., Junior JOE, Harris W., Sophomore JOHNSON, Raymond B., Sophomore JOHNSTON, Clayton C., Freshman KANE, Gerald R., Freshman KENNEDY, Bennie L., Freshman KLOS, William A., Graduate KONIKOWSKI, Roman P., Sophomore LEGETT, J. Rudy, Junior LEIGH, Wever S., Sophomore LEONARD, James P., Freshman LITZLER, Wilfred S., Junior LUTTRING, Emil T., Sophomore MCCASLAND, Micheal P., Freshman McDONALD, Donald F., Sophomore McLAIN, Kenneth D., Sophomore MCREYNOLDS, Joe L., Junior MARI, Ronald E., Junior MAUSBACH, William W., Freshman MENDEL, Don B., Sophomore MEAKI-E, James W., Sophomore MONROE, Charles M., Freshman MONROE, Jerol P., Junior MONTGOMERY, Earl F., Junior MOODY, Thomas L., Freshman NANCE, Steven C., Sophomore NELSON, Mart D., Freshman NIXON, John F., Sophomore NORVILLE, Joel, Freshman SSJONNELL, David L., Sophomore 0 BORN, Charles D., Sophomore VEREASH, Harold W., Freshman PALMER, Mickey R Sophomore EQIEKER, Richard B., Freshman PEHJSLES, William G., Freshman PERE0, Diego H., Junior PET Z, Jose A., Junior PMERSON, David A., Junior PIE IS, Arthur C., Freshman RCE, Elbert L., Freshman EEQJQJEON, Robert C., Freshman RICHAEI1 A., Sophomore RILEY DSON, Stephen A., Freshman ROSS 1 -John T., Freshman SABBiATed L-,Freshman SANDEGE, Michael V., Sophomore SARABRS. Th0m.as G., Freshman IA, Felix, Junior fm X WU bww A. 4. Electrical engineering student Joseph Yeo checks wave patterns on an Oscilloscope SCHELLBERG, Harry L., Freshman SCHROEDER, Howard G., Freshman SCHROEDER, Steven R., Freshman SHANSHAL, Moayad M., Junior SHARP, Victor M., Junior SHERIDAN, William J., Junior SHIPP, Harry R., Freshman SMITH, Waverly C. III, Freshman SPACEK, Larry W., Freshman SPOSEEP, Ted M., Junior SQUYRES, Robert P., Freshman STEPANEK, Joseph R., Junior ST. JOHN, Richard H., Jr., Junior STRADER, Noel R. ll, Junior STURROCK Milven R., Sophomore TAYLOR, Jim F., Freshman TONG, Antonio, Junior TOWNSEND, James R., Sophomore VAN CLEAVE, Robert A., Jr., Graduate VAN WATERS, Gary A., Freshman VINSONHALER, Charles W., Sophomore WALKER, John R., Graduate WERCKLE, Joseph L., Freshman WIDEMAN, Leonard B., Sophomore WILLIAMS, Thomas, Jr., Graduate WILLIS, John R., Freshman WILSON, John T., Freshman WONC, Bobby C., Junior WONG, Man S., Junior WREN, Sherrell R., Sophomore Industrial Engineering FACULTY-Benito Flores, J. T. Elrod fChairmanD, Bruce Stoughton, Arthur Paul, George Dawkins, William Blose. CHRISTOPHER, Thomas D., Sophomore GIBSON, James E., Junior HAWLEY, Lonnie R., Sophomore HENRIKSEN, Mogens, Junior KEENE, Jack L., Sophomore MALLOY, William A., Freshman MAY, James L., Sophomore MEADOR, Mike L., Freshman NEVAREZ, Roberto M., Sophomore RICHARDS, Larry Q., Freshman SCHUTT, James E., Freshman SELKIRK, Richard H., Sophomore SHAH, Dinesh A., Freshman SHAO, David M., PB ST. CLAIR, Tommy D., Freshman STEELE, Larry D., Freshman TAYLOR, Michael P., Junior UPCHURCH, Donald G., Freshman VASQUEZ, Don L., Freshman WALLACE, Ronald G., Sophomore ANDER, Willard N. Jr., Senior BRAMZON, David, Senior BARROSO, Darrell A., Freshman BLACK, Robert S., Freshman BORNAO, Carlos R., Sophomore BUDEWIG, William C., Freshman CASTELLO, William E., Freshman Graduate IE student Richard Chan utilizes an IBM keypunch III F, 1' achine for computing engineering problems 1? .Q 11 ' dfrzx' '!Uu!N'1nnvwe,.-..,..Y, if-li-,ahi,,,,,,,,-5t--'----M-1-f-- - f----S-qfvffvivs: 4 ,-. . 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LAAKE, James A., Freshman McCASKILL, John W., Sophomore MARTIN, Rufus E., Graduate MEYER, Frank L., Junior MILLER, Ralph S., Junior MILLS, Jerry E., Junior MUNOZ, Ellis, Sophomore A NITSCH, Craig H., Freshman OZMER, Terry F., Junior PARKS, James A., Sophomore PLANT, Richard W., Sophomore RAKOWITZ, James J., Freshman RIEGER, Glenn R., Junior ROGGE, Douglas R., Sophomore RUSNAK, Rudolph, Sophomore SMITH, William R., Sophomore STOUT, Robert B., Junior TENNISON, Joe R., Freshman TOOKER, Ray D., Freshman VAMVAKIAS, Christopher Z., Freshman VILLARD, Jesse Jr., Freshman WALKER, Michael J., Freshman WALLIN, Steven P., Sophomore WATSON, Timothy L., Sophomore WESTPHAL, Wayne W., Freshman WICKE, Allen A., Sophomore WICKE, Charles H., Junior WILLIS, James T., Sophomore WINN, Jan L., Freshman WOOD, Ronald R., Freshman WOOLF, Kenneth, Junior WRIGHT, Donald E., PB I09 Jef-..Q:,.:.f.1i.11.-.1-.s.:::f:' ' -' ' " ' ' ' ' gg-,-.5 ,:--1 aL... -..- ' ::..--- Petroleum Englneerlng FACULTY Harold Overton C Malcolm Davis Charles Kirkpatrick QChairmanD, Martin G. Hubbard- BARRON, Thomas F., Senior DUNHAM, Eugene F., Senior CULVER, James D., Senior GILLESPIE, Milton L., Senior MILLER, David L., Senior AYRES, Eddie R., funior BARRON, Allen C., Sophomore BERRYHILL, Marshall, Freshman HUBBELL, Robert O., Graduate LESTER, Ken C., Freshman NEELY, Mason D., Freshman ROSS, William R., Freshman SHAH, Mahendra N., PB TARVIN, Howard T., Sophonzor ULRICH, Ernest W., Freshman YOSKO, Raymond F.. Sophomore 6 Graduate engineering student Jim Phillips experiments with fractional distillation equipment. z I i im Pllillilfffllh BL Unspecified Engineerin W1 AIKEY, James D., Freshman ALEXANDER, Robert W., Freshman ANGIE, Sharon L., Freshman BACA, George V., Freshman BANVILLE, John J., Freshman BEEKMAN, Johannes N., Freshman BLANCO, Jesse Jr., Freshman BOOKOUT, Thomas L., Sophomore BRANCH, Gene R., Senior BRANDINO, Thomas F., Sophomore BROWN, Edwin L., Freshman CULLOM, Jack R. Jr., Freshman CYPROW, William, Freshman DOWNES, Robert W., Freshman DROSKE, Terry W., Freshman FAIRCLOTH, Clifford L., Freshman FIEGLEIN, James M., Freshman FITZMANN, James I., Freshman FLETCHER, James J., Sophomore FUSSELL, James R., Freshman GAINES, Donald W., Freshman GAUDETTE, John L., Freshman GAYLOR, Thomas K., Freshman GRASSEDONIA, Allen R., Freshman GJRONBERG, Linda J., Freshman GUMIENNY, Barry E., Freshman HARTOON, Harlan M., Freshman JOHNSON, Richard C., Freshman JORDAN, William M., Freshman KUBES, James E., Freshman LEWIS, John M., Freshman LUKASIK, Gerald L., Sophomore MCCASLIN, Thomas E., Freshman MADRID, Louis R. MARINO, Frank S., Sophomore MEYLER, William P., Freshman MILLER, Michael N., Freshman MORROW, David L., Freshman NELSON, Bryan L., Freshman PISKLAK, Ronald R., Sophomore PONDER, Jack R. Jr., Freshman PORTER, Howell R., Freshman RICHARDSON, Jim S., Freshman RICHTER, Milton W., Freshman SMITH, Roy A., Freshman STIREK, George, Freshman STRODE, Ken A., Freshman SULLIVAN, Gary D., Sophomore THOMPSON, Terry E., Freshman VIEIRA, Juan L., Freshman VINCIK, Leonard J., Freshman VOGEL, David P., Freshman WADHAM, Thomas C., Sophomore WALL, Thomas F. Jr., Freshman WATASSEK, Guy A., Freshman WIGGINS, Larry G., Sophomore WINKLER, Michael W., Freshman WRIGHT, Billy A., Freshman ' " . t - Q t 134, el! it W. y t l 1 Q! 5. M i Mt .lt WX M W M .HI ll, ly' ig!! yt it l N it ' it 4 W1 lx li wif ill . 3 1 lg' .My W. VM 131 N 'x i" W 4 Q lx 4 HH W, "Hi wil. my ,V 3. 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BLAKELY The College of Law renders a very important contribution to the community as it is concerned with the development of conscientious individuals capable of understanding the needs of society and the laws that control it. Newell H. Blakely has the responsibility of seeing that the College of Law is cognizant of the changes of old standards as well as any new decisions that might affect the philosophy of the college. With a B.A. from Ouachita College, a Ph.M. from H2 the University of Wisconsin, and an LLB. from the University of Texas, and an LL.M. from the University of Michigan, DCHU Blakely is well equipped to perform his job with the high95t calibre of excellence. The M. D. Anderson Memorial Law Library is perhaps the most important asset that the college has to aid its studeniS with current, active, and up-to-date information in every area of the professiorfs wide scope. Ht Y n the Univ'fffll . in Niich1Zanf,De ., with :he W . 'a Perhaps ' ." swift 31 , '3 in giferl UC .dm in FACULTY-CLOCKWISE: Raymond Britton Dwight Olds John MIXOH Burton Agata James Covlngton Jr Joseph Hensley Newell Blakely James Wright, Daniel Rotenburg, A. A. White John Nelbel Rlchard Ewing ALONSO, Alfonso E., Jr. ALSUP, Richard C. BAUCH, Hollis A. BLAKE, Ruth J. BISHOFF, Robert E., Jr. BROWN, Thomas L. BUSTAMANTE, Vicent J CASTEEL, Frederick R. CHEATHAM, Robert D. COLTON, Richard I. CONE, Joe J. CRAWFORD, Thomas B. DAVIDSON, Samuel L. DEAN, Barry R. DOYLE, George W. DRAUGHN, Joe L. DUNCAN, James K. EPPERSON, Woodrow FLYNN, John J. FOSTER, Alber R. GONZALEZ, Raul A., Jr. GRAVES, Louis W. HARRIS, Dona E. HESTER, Larry T. HICKEY, Firmin A., Jr. HILL, Frances J. HOCHMAN, Herbert J. S HOLLINGSWORTH, Thomas D HOPSON, Robert M. JACKSON, Arthur L. JONES, ,James E. KLETT, Thomas E. LAMBRIGHT, Donald L. MCCOY, James C. MCKENZIE, Robert J. MQMAHAN, Kimball MICHAEL, Charles J. NESHEIM, John M. NOLEN, Larry O. PARKS, Jerry N. RAINS, Jack M. ROBERSON, Clifford E. Law student Robert Stokes prepares for his exams in traditional, relaxed UH fashion. ROBINSON, Robert M. SMITH, Farrell M. STOVALL Jack P SMITH, James P. .Ir. STRADLET, William J. THOMPSON, Joe G. von WERNER, Henry O. WALTERS, William E. WHITE, Stephen T. WHITELEY, Thad G. WIMBERLEY, John P. WINBORN, John H. WINGATE Albert H WYATT, Joe B. YOUELL, Spencer M. SCARCELLA, Leonard L. The law schoo1's lounge is a favorite student gathering place between classes. Future lawyers Henry Oncken, Jack Rains, Hugh Sabel, .lohnny Nichols, and Al Wingate take five and a cup of coffee. 791 X M Wh 0 . I Hein il . lt 34 01113 thev . l Eegmhhin ha? of 1 N eden. Colle e of Optometr lhefing place is, Hugh Sahel lf lee. l DEAN CHESTER H. PHEIFFER The College of Optometry of the University of Houston is the only one in the entire Southwest. Having such a distinction is a burdensome task for the college as exemplified by the number of patients it serves. This year the college reduced the number of hours they were open by more than half and were surprisingly met with twice as many patients as the previous year. Dean of the College of Optometry, Dr. Chester H. Pheiffer, and scholarship for' the college. Writing news releases, teaching undergraduate and graduate students, examining patients, giving speeches, and helping raise funds for the college are some of the tasks in which D. Pheiffer engages. The College of Optometry, as is the entire university, is growing at a rapid pace. '4Our enrollment has been increasing every year . . . and we are revising o-ur program to serve a maximum has the demanding task of directing the entire program of service enrollment" states Dr. Pheiffer. ff M h e Wi 1, 1 I it FACULTY FRONT ROW Hub g Goodwin John Richardson Harry Jankiewicz Hugh Sticksel. BACK ROW: Nelson Reber, James Koetting, Walter - 3 el' , 1 ' Lee, Ronald Harwerth, Chester Pheiffer, Lawrence Stranch. ABBOTT, Ca1e1, G, COCHRAN, Donald-M. H CONKLIN, Richard M. COOK, Palmer ALLEN, John N. AKERS, Jerald E. AYRES, Thomas H. 5,2 BAKER, Ronald E. We BECKER, Jerome L. COX, Randall B. DAVIS, Reuben H. DEEM, Charles D. BECKWITH, George C. BEDDOW, R. Dean BIEKER, William B. DIEHL, William D. DISHMAN, Orville K. ELLENDER, Preston D. BLACKMAN, Douglas K. BLACKSTEN, Bobby E. BOOKER, Vance W. Jr. ERWIN, Erik FINEBERG, Mawin J. FINKE, Phillip L. BURCHAM, Jeffrey L. CHAMBERS, Nowlin s. CHANDLER, Lairy S. FOWLER, Littleton A. GALLAS, Richard D. GARDINER, Robert E, CHANDLER, Tom L. CHARENDOFF, Sam J. CHILDRESS, Carl W. CIUFFRE, Philip P. Jr. GOTTLIEB, Steven M. GRIFFITH, Duane L. II6 J i I . 1 B . f H 1 Iii, . filth Qaida UWXYN7 I ,J I X . s Koetting, Walla Jean Miller, who is the only coed In the College of Optometry, adjusts the glasses of a patient. GWINNER, Grant D. HATLEY, Gerald W. JESSEN, Terry L. KARDATZKE, Miles KERNEK, David P. KERNS, Ronald L. KILENE, Don D. R. KILCORE, Jefferson G. KOEN, M. Carl LANE, Richard I. M YZ' "'ii'W, JWLSF Exif' 0 1:3-if fu, .Sars ff v me 'n X, 4.,' X! Q if 537 4:?S9'f gf 4 V , , ff , f - fy f,, f? A LA QUEY, Ronny M. LEIDIGH, Tomas D. MC CARTY, William K MC CLENDON, James MC LEAN, Jerry A. H. Jr MC PHERSON, Carl H. Jr. MARCIA, John M. MARTINEZ, Jose A. MILLER, Jean M. PENICK, James D. PERRY, Richard D. PETERSON, Robert H. POSTAR, Albert P. ROSEBROOK, Fred R. SAN MARTIN, Jose C .Q NX L S . . .. gr as W ii nf.. .. Zu XXSNQM, '. A - ' , Il8 SCHLABACH, Roy A. SI-IANDLEY, Sam T. SKELTON, Roland L. SLIDER, John R. SMITH, Dennis L. STARNES, David R. STITH, Jerry W. TATUM, Gary E. TAUCH, David R. THELEN, Terry J. THORNSBERRY, William T THURBER, James L. TUCKER, Jon F. TURNER, Robert E. VILLARREAL, Arturo WHITE, Theodore R. WHITE, Theodore W. WILLIAMS, James A. 'WOOLERY, Donald R. WORLEY, Max J. YOUNG, Brian B. Jr. YOUSHAK, Isadore J. ZIMMERMAN, Carl E. Paul Darrow, senior optometry student, adjusts the phoropter to test Jim McClendon's eyes. L . . SECOND ROW: R bet R mm, Madeline FACULTYFFRONT ROW' Sue Rouse' Martha Jones BACK ROWO Jr e 0Robbers, Noel ALEXANDER, Vance L. Nahor, Lindley Cates, Hawkins Maulding, Homer Lawrence. I am S Ferguson, George Webber. ALFORD, Charles W. ALMARAZ, Pete G. ATKINSON, Jim A. AUSTIN, Stephen J. BADGER, David F. BALFOUR, William T. BARRERA, Richard BECKHAM, Rondena M. BEDINGER, C. A., Jr. BENOIT, Carol J. BERRY, Michael C. BOGGETT, Morris, E., Jr. BONNO, John T. BONNO, Paul A. BOPP, Ronald W. BRADLEY, Genevieve L. BROOKS, Bobby G. BROWN, Charles T. BURGESS, Dicky J. CAMPO, Vincent J. CARVER, Warren J., Jr. CASEY, James E. CERNY, Louis J. CHAN, Amelia K. CHAPA, Joe L., Jr. CLOUSER, Edward M. COON, Michael W. COOPER, William F. COWLING, Clifton D. CROOKS, Marshall S. CROOM, Lawrence S. CUELLAR, Celso, Jr. DAVIS, Frederick E. DENSON, Ray A. DIERLAM, Sammy C. DODGE, David K. EDDINGTON, Royce L. EILERS, Jerry C. ENSEY, Robert W. EVANS, Mason A., Jr. ABERNATHY, Clarence I.. ' ABOLAFIA, Eleanor ACUNA, Gilbert P. ly A , . 0 A fi ' 4 y 1 Y P AKIN, John L. , V, ALEXANDER, John M. 3 - 1 Vx .tl NI EE JAMEZ. Rosalinda HURST, Richard I.. HUGHES, Robert H. HUGHES, Leonard B. HOPSON, Charles L. II HOLLOWAY, Jack N. HUBER, Joe W. HIGGS, Donald M. HERNANDEZ, Elroy HARDY, Eric J. HANDAL, George M. GUERRERO, Rudy A. GRIFFIN, William P., .Ir GRIFFIN, Frank N. GREENE, V. Michael GONZALEZ, Lilia E. GILLIAM, Linda E. GAULT, .Ierry B. GARCIA, Modesto GARCIA, George A. 5 u 3 4 if f f Q Nz' - . l . . .9 . I , . Rubin Gonzalez measures the correct amount of ingredients for his lab experiment FRIERY, Carl B. FRAZIER, Douglas FONTE, Charles K. FERGUSON, Willia FAUST, Robert A. FAUST, Harry L. GARCIA, Alvara Jr. GANTT, Thomas K. E. 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MARTINEZ, Raul, Jr. MARTINEZ, Raul, Jr. MARTINEZ, Vilma S. METCALF, James E. MIDDLETON, Robert E. MONTALVO, Robert A. MORELAND, Paul M. MORGAN, Bettye G. MORRIS, Wilford V., Jr. MORRISON, Oswald W. MORTER, Gwen A. MOSIER, Ronald L. MULLER, George B. III NEUMANN, Betty J. NEUSE, Raymond M. ORTH, Frederick E. PERKINS, Jerry A. PETERSON, Daryl A. PRIANO, Larry L. RAABE, Martin L., Jr. RANKIN, Roger N. REHKOPF, Ronald O. REYES, Julia STRINGER, Paul D. SULSER, Philip R. TELLEFSEN, Sharon E. THAYER, Mary A. THOMPSON, Marvin E. WATSON, La1'1Y L- WILLIAMSON, Charles L., Jr. WINKLE, James W. ROBERTSON Larry W RODRIGUEZ, Jose A RYAN, Terry E. SALADINER, Albert S III SAMPERI, Charles A SAMPLE, Ocie D. SCHANEN, Glynn E. SCHEER, Richard L. SCHILLER, Alvin L., Jr SCRUGGS, Laurel D. SHARP, Anita L. SIGRIST, Charles I. SILLER, Arturo J. SKINNER, Robert W SOMERVILLE, John SOWMA, Jem A. SPARKS, Garry G. SPINELLA, P3111 A. STASKEY, Eugene J. Pharmacy student .lim Elliott ponders over how much more chemicals are needed to complete his experiment. -sugars:-4--X - ---- M- -we-- , . . , ' - fi fffi-'f-'?i"3l'L7 f :"-?7-v-3i3f5?51f+Ff- '5-371"'-""-' If' -'ff '??'f"a?"t'? --'e"'e" " :":f iL:T:lQ1ii.5:I55-i'-5-'i-'iiil IRFQ C-if-1-7212-: .J':' -2' t ' -- - .N V. . - . .V Y , " M' - 1- 2. 1122:---'I-'-if-. mf . ..- .gif- -fl:-fee-af4':f:: , . . , :. :..-.- "7-41" ufay ilfsiz? , .- 2.-f..g-3f,::2ssf,3eQa-2323511if -- -nf-1-A - -,av---Mi.--14-1-3' :,a---.'::.+2-.J1.- ,. --W Y , sasa,,e1:::.:.:--.,s-,ug-.t:.,1-ra:-M-...Aa- f ff A- - -- f - - - - -- -a...-- .E -,1 A College of Technolo l I I E r w DEAN HUGH E. MCCALLICK Hugh E. lVlcCallick was officially installed as Dean of the College of Technology at the University of Houston in September 1964. He had served as Acting Dean during the preceding summer. Just two months after he took over the duties of his office, Dean McCallick was appointed chairman of a I24 national committee for the development and evaluation of creating a four-year technology program. The course is currently a two-year plan of study. By studying the weak points as well as the advantages involved in such an undertaking, the committee seeks to draft a program compatible with the needs of the profession. W 1 vig and and 'nw .. wg fr' lvgiffd TW lrdif 'P ir Conditioning Design FACULTY-Roy J. Dossat, H. H. Curry, W. H. Wilson CChairmanD. Civil and Drafting Technolog CHIN, Winston, Senior KAPOOR, Om K., Senior DRAKE, Edwin D., Freshman GROVER, Satish R., Junior LEVESQUE, Richard, Junior PAGE, James L., Freshman SAAGAL, Devi P., Freshman WACGONER, Frank M., Junior BORRECO, Alexander R., Senior CIOLKOSZ, James S: Senior FACULTY-J, R, Manahan, R. B. Akkerman, R. E. Bond, J. R. Martin fChairmanD. GIBSON, Franklin M. Senior GUMIENNY, Karel P., Senior HUBBELL, Gerald W., Senior ANNESE, Joseph A., Freshman BERG, Daniel A., Junior BISHOP, Edward D., Sophomore DELMAR, William A., Junior DOWER, James B., Freshman DURR, Robert C., Freshman ENGLEDOW, Perlie M., Junior EVANS, Denny A., Sophomore FLEM, George L., Junior FOTINOS, Bill A., Freshman GALLAGHER, Richard A., Junior GREENWOOD, Clint L., Junior HARMON, John G., Junior LANIER, Ronnie M., Freshman MEYER, John C., Sophomore MOORE, Henry M., Jr., Junior MOORE, Theodore B., Jr., Junior MUZNY, Jerry W., F reshmrzn OFFENBURGER, Thomas D., Freshman PREWITT, John M. III, Freshman QUINTANIA, George, Junior ROBINSON, Martin W., Freshman SMITH, Gordon W., Junior STREETER, John K., Sophomore THUESEN, Edwin E., Junior VALENTI, Paul G., Junior ' 1 V ALLISON, D. Wayne, Senior ANDRE, Michael H., Senior DONATTO, Joseph T., Senior ESTES, Ike H., Senior FRENZEL Louis E Senior GATES M1chaelJ Senior HARRAL R1cha.rdW Jr Se HICKMAN Norman A Senzohuor A 'Z 9 -, a ., ' . s .,, ., 7 a, 7l207l 1 1 Q. 5' . , r f gl 4 - o ls f ,Gil Q F . F4 lqi MC KAY, Charles W., Senior AKIN, Teddie R., Junior BROOKS, William A. IV, Freshman CHRISTOPHER, Richard F., Freshman COUNES, T0bY A-, Junior DREW, Prentis B., Junior GOLLER, Gus C., Senior PEKAR, Henry W., Junior WRIGHT, Jimmy L., Freshman YAGER, Robert D., Junior FACULTY-J. V. Malone, W. B. Hurt, G. C. McKay fChairmanJ, E. S. Luce MORGAN, John P., Senior TARVER, John D., Senior UZCATECUI, ,lose M., Senior VICKERS, Joe W., Senior ALBUREZ, Ricardo F., Freshman ACKIRE, Tom B., Freshman COWMAN, Hollis L., Sophomore CROUCH, Luther N., Freshman DOMINGO, Lawrence B., Jr., Sophomore DORMAN, Mike R., Freshman DOUCETTE, Richard B., Sophomore ELLIS, Arthur W., Freshman FLOYD, Jerry R., Freshman FLORES, Ruben C., J r., Sophomore GREEBON, Kirk M., Sophomore ' 7 if-1-':f'.1rff .fx ' "" ef-2 .. - . .--1 ... .. .-,.,-M-,....f .....,.,-gn-f -L I ---- - W-f HH- - A: rm ,. 3 ,.,,,,, QA .,, 1 -crib anu-slvr- -p-,.-.,. Q 5 I I I I I Framed by intricate electronic panels, Dr. P. M. Fitzhugh explains problems and formulas dhring a lecture class in the College of Technology. 'QF f'- HICKS, Ledford L., Freshman HORN, Lawrence A., Sophomore J ECKER, Jacque W., Sophomore JOHNSON, Rodger A., Freshman KRENEK, Allan R., Junior LEHDE, John S., Junior MARES, Pablo D., Freshman MOELLENBERG, Gene E., Sophomore NICHOLS, Doyle L., Sophomore OBAR, Ralph V.. Sophomore OWENS, Michael L., Sophomore PAZ, Richard, Junior PEVOTO, Lowell F., Freshman PHILLIPS, George W., Freshman RICHARDSON, James K., Freshman RICHARDSON, J immie D., Freshman SHAEFER, H. Larry, Junior TELL, William E., Junior I I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I Ihill h ' EI 5 I I Hg made in th! I Q I28 31 ' .r --1 wi . b 4 . Al- g 1 , .. 1 4 -' Ir 'Q Ui f Technology. T , he hand that pulls the lever is symbolic of the rapid adva S being made in the field of electronics at UH. Mechanical Technolo FACULTY-O. O. Stotts, B. C. Kirklin CChairmanJ. BOYLE, Andrew J., Senior SIHOTA, .lashmer S., Senior BARGALESKI, Sigmund L., Freshman W BARDIN, Reginald R., Freshman BHALLA, Kewal K., Junior FAFOUTAKIS, Paul K., Freshman GARDNER, Richard E., Freshman LEMM, Lester R., Sophomore MURRHEE, James E., Jr., Junior NAGY, John W., Freshman SAXE, Robert N., Sophomore WALLIS, Thomas S., Sophomore -- -. f 'e fc 1-2-wfaswl-sur--f.:f1 --,-.e-5, ,Lula--V15 Q, V V 1, ,:,4 ,.,.,,,,,,:. - mr. Q -vlm mu- I V, - -M wg., A V W I W- M - J W JW E' W .-L, i...L. ' 4.....:-.1-1 ,.,.,5,"'--- w -14 11, .H Q:-,nan ff, 12531- -,Nsg.f,:.f..f..1 -'J-W--v---42'--di" ' ' -1 , ,,- va--'F ,-.4Q ::E.f:7-mf-Q:-v--7-1 ,V X111111 1111 1 1 1 ' 'N "M JS'-L-ered---" ' P f-L-"' F4--'M' 1241 f...f 4-L..-' -...-'.-.-'--is :A-,115-f-.vW' Gr I v 1 11 1 ,11 11 1 1 11. 1111 111 1 11 11 1 11 1 11 111 W 1 1 1 1 1 11 11' 1 1 1 1111 111 1i1 111 '1 11 U 1, 111 12 1 11 iw 11 1 .l. 111 11 111, ,LN 1 11 11 i 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 W. 1 11 Graduate School fssxl gym g , Q , 1 fv , ,2 :sy DEAN R. BALFOUR DANIELS This year a Ph.D. in mathematics was awarded at the Univer- sity of Houston for the first time. This degree joins nine other doctorates and the Dean of the Graduate School, Dr. R. Balfour Daniels, explains that other such Ph.D. programs may be ap- proved in the near future. Dean Daniels, who has headed the Graduate School since 1958, says that "the entrance standards have been raised recently and all entering students are now required to take a graduate record l30 examination." In addition to this aptitude examination, there HTC advanced tests that may be taken later in various subjCCtS 10 qualify individual for doctoral study. Progress in the Graduate School is evidenced by the additional federal scholarships and traineeships which have been given I0 the School this Year by the National Science Foundation and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. 11 J 'iv E 1 . 1 1 FACULTY-CL 51111, Harold R. Bo Gi2d1m h . 11Em51:1iali1n1S1r1 a , 1 vafioui : if I 4 1 Graduate Council -J I A, V or 'nf .W .vs 2 . . - w M., My fi '-.'- , -. f .. N 4 , V x . zu , S If , Z g. I W ff fi-i. IW ,, If -qw,--Q--v-.,M,......,,,, Q mf ,ff 5 Q ,QM aw o vf ' 7, f 'J f' .f"f,Z .5 4, 2 . :ff ,f' MN" FACULTY-CLOCKWISE: Alfred R. Neumann, C. J. Huang, Gerald T. Kowitz, Ralph S. Becker, R. Balfour Danlels, Le Roy C Exchberger, Charles I I Silin, Harold R. Bottrell, Ervin K. Zingler, James R. Jensen, John P. Owen, Alvin N. Donner, Ramon A. Vitulh, Ruth S Wrkoff 9 A .nrt , inaflo ' .13-In .ublaf b' W fjffd ? n glggb .. bfi ,r li-we 'WY F-WU CG' PI' V Graduate chemistry student Norman Ruland works on project in chemistry lab. . V Q Y . , 1 i gg l ,,, I v- 3-jd' V V -.- , .. -, - : ---AFM ,--,:f11-.- 'aff-f-r.. .- .V -1. "' - " . .-1:1111 .: ' --v-f v: Alarms.. . f- . .-if .. . Y ,, . .,-,, ,.. ., . ...ras-7.-1.,:..f....r.a..a...... '4"1c.4':f-1Yi:5LL1e.: -:.---11'---"'-" 1:- "-'14-441: -'-gi.:.- 14-1,-f-:SE-'Z:,.a --' ---f:'f2 s,:.f. ff. .f-4.1 .f "rr ""'----H '-sffrff-":' .:::r'EfFi?:- ' " if --"FM" ""' ' """ ""'1 E' ' - ' ' G ' -C ,-L . Q511.-. -:EJ-fft'fE3 - T, - M 4 .Tig-.1-gg1,.q,, ,: t if. ..-J -5 +559-5,, 'f, - . 1 Downtown School dwmaiiaww A DEAN JAMES C. "Where Main Street goes to collegea'-this could truly he the theme of the downtown extension of the University of Houston over which Dean James C. Taylor presides. Dean Taylor has been head of the fourth largest divi- sion of UH since 1951. He started his fruitful career in educating as Assistant Professor of marketing at UH. The purpose of the Downtown School is to make col- AWN TAYLOR lege training available to three-quarters of a million p60- ple in Houston proper. The training- received there iS exactly like that given on the main campus. The average age of the Downtown stude.nt is six Years older than the average age on the main UH campus. Also, over 60fZp of the students walk from their jobs to class. tl' . I I his lt F 1 G I l t 1. it ' l 1 . FACULTY-FRONT I. Hana, lr., F Pt Dawn, Henry ll t :.,f I x . V what I ...Q-.. Y W , 4 V ' . ACTI ITIES As usual, a big springtime activity on campus for those Wl10 were Young at heart and strong in physique was Sigma Chi De1'bY Day' dani- Rolling along like so many howling balls, girls from various OETUHS zations attempt to overcome obstacles as successfully aS.NCWman Carol Kubik, who manages to keep hat on head and egg In hand' 'l . lffg l 1 .' Q l ilffga t is , ug A , ' 51 hifi t .5-to i t, l X-2 -w ry ' ,Cn .f V, , A n U ,, PM WI .,,, lf" ,QW lf? l ' 1-R' F fl' I ,,., .,3,mAW wwwgffwvffwfw M, fwwygif 4 .. wwf? V if AMN 5 ' ' +4 Q10 M ,MMWXMI N A 4. ,p 4 MQW-Z w 4 f if V , M aww ,. ,4.q, ,f ,- , ,, .,, , , 21'-nQ.v.f,M2 4 f fm WM 1wf,4f,Qf:vq.ef,MrM'f M f f Y V7 kv l . 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" ' aa ' .-.-. - 221'- . :f 1iS.!L 5:7 273 -' .Q,2,:-Ilaffgfj?-9-E?-f,iiiT5f?ffef:2EA.:rs1g....f ..4:a:aF'-:z...s--.1-,:,i.1t,- ' W-elf,--' --fr ..... - ---- by - ...mm --A -- W ,-. t 1 a,...t...f A -- .t . .5 Full-Fled e rientation Welcomes Internatlonals j I t 1 t 1 t i Mrs. Jeanne Pfeifer, Assistant International Student Adviser, Ann Genett, and Dario Pelaez check in new internationals during orientation. r 41 A. A,4-o j Al Y 'lr' 4 O A 40 v , A 'I i A 401' 1 , v of 5 i l i i 1 I 3 "Would you translate that into English?" asks Counselor "Well-what makes you thinkldye my hair?,' Carol Oldreive. Q l Y Y . . . . . a 'Q Among the confusion of settling in a new country, fifty-four versity and met the faculty. The students put on shows and Internationals participated in the International Student Orienta- talked about the differences in their countries. A tion program. ' The highlight of the week was a tea given by President and During the five-day period the students learned about the uni- Mrs. Hoffman. A ll N l 5L3Xitl9pU1llUU and fl ......,. ,Q . 31'-T-21 "I Q1 13:33 ll ' Inf: lu . ,O-. il X ,JP i x H. .5 KW! l 136 F in Y I ri 1' ,fl If' 1" nl' 1 n 1 1' .Nl fri al1UW5 My 4 . AV' l'rf-ldent 4 , MX QQ 2 1? N f 1 YG 4 NY Qs . k,A YA, - an., CHQ! Nw-wwuq Qfffwww Q26 ? Ria Stavropoulou and Choi Hwi Woong discuss days events in Oberholtzer Hall. Carolyn Meyer, Mary Clay and Joyce Carter pour refresh ments during break in orientation meeting. 1" a 0 'Nx' f s - - - A . M1 , . . A ' ' 1 fo' - . ' -+ ., 4 , ' ,fr 1 ' A , I . 4 Q . A . ' ' . ' Kp ' ' ' ...v +, .. '.,..-P"-i. txt"-, xew'i.rX!-v. ,Q ,f , gf' -u ,, ., ..,..V ,V , V 6 glam. g if t 5 W . .:,vj:::EEkX- I X 6 if , n af... ' Wffnalf Masaki Tanaka, Tin Shing LO, Richard Hon, and William Chu examine city map. Tea and Fashion - Amerlcan Style American and international students served as counselors during orientation for the newcomers. One of the activities during ISO was 3 fashion show featuring the counselors. Other social fun included several hoote. nannies which helped acquaint the students with the various phases of university life, The presidential tea served as President Hoffman's greeting to the newcomers. Thomas Tsien is greeted by Mrs. Jeanne Pfiefer, President Philip G. Hoffman, and Mrs. Hoff- man during the President's reception. 1232 D j 'X . -Q if ' ii f . ii ls: '25 ev 1 gas- l i . -' . V . 5 ' R K e N- 514 iii "5l.Xf.,fQ.2 p .3 Q' 4. ew . A 1 I WN President Hoffman, horn in the Orient, has an informal conver- sation with Hetty Hsin and Grace Kuo, both from the Far East. Badihallah Nour tells fellow intcrnationals of his first impressions -of America- ltd 5 l 1011i S Yle ,lonal . i EW. orleiitaiion I in 2150 The H sei' A . eral lim, llll Un id c0unsel,1,, t ij. . he Student 'lffiilii lily as Presidem "t""w-.4 ,kc-.. 'V' V!-Aix MTS- Ruth Tully, Personality and Poise instructor, talks with new students during orientation personality workshop. ,FX "" IXQA "" wrt' - HAM Inf! ? 13 M' C, if f I , Squeamish male models, Tim Zolan, Richard Hon, and Dario Paliez chuckle while they realize that modeling is a woman's game. The show was to acquaint students with the latest fashions. Mary Louise Clay, sporting discotheque hose, and Peter O'Connor exhibit modern modeling technique as they dance. 5353-IfiEi11'-l"":": f" ' f u .. .- -. ' i ll'-4: -12--L ' -::.-. :ss' -fz2:- w--.f - ...giggfsf H v,- fLg.,,:i?1 v , , H, .Y ,W WF: I' ' f H' "'J""' Awxelf' 'fi' """'-1----'bf - ' As:-:Z.LT:.:::5p:E5LrT:l: 5.15152-1:ai-221:-if?'ig."wg.'aEEi5'-l.?5Y"'ff' ' ni' 'Z ' A' 'um A ' F Y ' "' "' "' 1 2 I l- i 1 'R 2 ' , sh W 7 y EX f 1 5 " V ' 5 , X 2 S 4' Z z t 1 ff af, its . E S 4 1 t f S i ? 3 l Q f t ' 2 , Q C, , sb is ss as- f ' ' - Colonel William Davis, professor of military science, addresses the new ROTC members during the orientation activities. Introduction to New World for New C00 s of the University and its students. Departmental meetings were used to present the academic phase of life at UH. Pep rallies and dances helped relieve the tensions of A record-breaking 2200 students took part in the 1964 fall orientation program. These students were introduced to the aca- demic and social workings of the University of Houston. Student and faculty counselors led group discussions on the various phases of college life, including the mutual responsibilities the first week. gtk Dean of Technology Hugh McCallick relates the various phases of a technical Student Association President T F 1 1 lks with orientati0U d at' nt int t l tudents. - , Om OW Cf a C 110110 0 Ores Cf 5 advisors Dr. Peter Guenther, fim Sadler, Ed Bennett, and Dr' Ban Henderson. l40 Ed Cerlachts lm f Y 4- -W A ,dice L--f--r --ia-r iff 5 MW' - 3' fitawi-"H mv", 'vw f .wvfqfgx-A 'v - w Q ':,. -.sf -W it M ' "' ' ' g5?f'lxbT,.'..,1 ' N " f fw- ff 'fr '- ' ,' f. il n W it mln- :4r"5Q -'N 3" 'Qt X 1 1"-. .. y Q vt vs 'N if t an :is 9 "' ' in X - I ' '. . K' , I I i Y Q' A P54 39 v ,Q M fu-. e academic phi' ve the tensions if ,mn F. X 430 Q -. if . JZM' V X - 'Sf 46, 1, ,Ns Q x , , Y 1 .Ss i In ,-1 fi 4 C i lt ., Dora Friedman, Cougar cheerleader, taught UH cheers to freshmen duringa pep rally during orientation week. Ed Cerlach's band performed for the freshman daI1CC- ! men demonstrated their abilities to do the frug, bird, and monkey at the Fresh orientation dance. I4l Registration . . . Oh Bo I!! W E 1 1 W 1 p Sweat rolls as 18,001 battle a hot sun waiting for their turn in registrations den of confusion. Freshmen are confusedg sophomores expected it, but didn't think it would he so hadg juniors knew what would happen, and complain on general prin- ciplesg seniors don't mind because they're getting out K they hopei. These arethe emotions that confronted the record Once in the air-conditioned gym, the crowds disappear and 811,15 calm. 18,001 students during registration for the fall semes- ter. Sorry, that course is closed. 9 W lv 1 A it W me 0 1139 " 375 Din the alrtl MIN' QW' day! U ter W5 if I np fpwfffmg the 7 izhgt- . 1 ighddue Hi Wrmeniism 'ho ' vcllldfilln 1.51 - mulls of iilf f1lIUI1f of the ispiehenfimf ffm that nfl Your md' 3 1 I I J. I l Th rarhwomen Stud me Qs p. if ' l V. f expected it. juniors lmer general prin- e getting out td the recoil me fall seme' New ID'S - "Use ess" But Impressive With the advent of the new plastic identification cards, 15,139 students were subjected to additional headaches in the already tedious process of registration, After three days of taking pictures and three weeks of processing the new ID's were ready to distribute . . . but how? After due consideration the job was given to the W0men's Student Association, who would give his Card to any student who wanted it. The results of the ID's were astonishing. After sitting in front of the special cameras, and waiting in great apprehension, even your mother asked, "whose picture is that on your card?" Lflltlri Women Students' Association distributed the new ar s. And the results 1 swf J Pictures for the new ID cards were taken , . Q S 45 , - Q j G Delta Sigma Phi president Bill Rozelle greets pros- pective member on the steps of the Delta Sig house. Getting to Know You Formal rush began with convocation, where prospective Greeks learned about the UH fratern- ity system. This ceremony marked the beginning of a series of parties intended to acquaint the rushees with the eleven fraternities on campus. After the partying, bids were handed out and the fraternities welcomed their new blood. Chuck Teekell can't believe the seven spade bid made by John Thoma during a Tau Kappa Epsilon rush party. A new member partakes of some liquid refreshment offered by Pi Kappa Alpha brothers Frank Williams, Robbie Walker, Fred Barrels, and Bobby Baker. B . ----- i.. W- . lsiihfe lem En thi Eps Gm Sm fpxrapliook. Am rush, bid, r more 'l t , l i ll i, If i li i E lit i li lly ' le l Il Q A flirt il tial' p 'l t lg t Ty 3 1. 1 I i ' uv A 5 fag! r: I fl fi' s i tg' A' all , p p l., , 3" i w ig 5. 1 iff J.. , W 3' l ' lp, Us . Q if ,iss H 1 iv i,yjx'!i,t 'egg' I wil l ' xi -it-,ik - it , Dal . lliayfd Tau Ka'PDa Phi Eps Gary Shafer, Robert Most, Don Barnett and Marilyn Borgman scan the Phi Ep scrapbook. y ore F raternizing 1 1 And rush, rush, rush, rush, rush, drink, drink, rush, rush, snow, snow, rush, rush, rush, rush, bid, Th h. t f th UH h t f T K E .1 , . e is ory 0 e c ap er o au appa ps1 on is bldv rush, rush, rush, greet, greet: rushv rush, and reviewed by active members Bill Taylor, Fred Chew, and more rush- Ron Eflel. xl- J ,N ,ff f 0Il1'5l5 . - ' h Eilshee Dale Yoder gets the royal treatment from Delta SIS hostesses Sidney Ledet' Rozzy Lluy' S aron envenll, and Kathy Ansell. Sigma Nus decked out in western attire to greet fall rushees. I I I I Sally Stockbauer and Frank Tritico patronize the bar during a Delta Chi rush party. Q I .SY ,...,,, -F.-lin-if-is Parties Enhance Rush Skits, good company, billiards, dancing, and lots of fun were all part of the fraternity parties held during the fall rush period. The eleven fraternities played hosts to the active members, the rushees, and their dates. The hospitality and friendly attitudes displayed at these gatherings were often instrumental in a rushee's decision as to which group he Wanted to join. Richard Gaghagan and .lim Kadlecek tidy up a Phi Kappa Theta trophy in hopes of gaining Gail Langguth's attention. I I I I I I I I I I I I Phi Kap I s I II I I I ' I 11 v ' " ' 5"4',.-ezif,-g.::: ,, f+?ayf-- ' Q- -,,ei.W,.., ..,.-.,-.,..,--,,- .. , V Y, Y W ,H Y V g -V rf. ....-,...xEi:.i.w-Q ,g 'af's,ag2s,+..gf'-iaf,- aw'-'ve-Q--Q Rush Is - Rush! 4'Okay, girls, everyone get ready . . . I know itis been a long day, but just one more group of rushees. Here they come, so smile and look your bestf' These Words will seem familiar to many a sorority girl. Sorority rush, like fraternity rush, takes place in early September right before the fall semester begins. Unlike their Greek brothers, who extend the rush period into the semester, sorority women must review prospective pledges within the span of about one week. So, for sororities, rush really is rush! Rushees are entertained at daytime parties and teas by each of the seven UH sororities. A variety of parties were given during rush this year, among them being Alpha Chi Omega's Deep Sea Party, Zeta Tau Alpha's Pajama Party, Chi 0mega's Wizard of Oz Party, and a Roaring Twenties Party given by Phi Mu. The friendly kitten, Myra Moncrief, mews to Chi Omega rushees during party. i H W 1 l u I il lm Il- V V We -Y V ff 1 ,, L. , Upon all new world 5 alibi? th? mmdinlam' meh Pham of 0 lo0k0d' Sociriulv gather Wllll MaI1Y 501 ME, Whlle Dell MUSTQ ill --as-v-- -QA ,. k vg. s 5: - ...g , 'S 4, 'F 41 X X xx fx vis :X NN , M A HX .. .N ' 4 X -La' . 1 s wg: J X X xj X + W , v ' x Q 1 1 A ' q M 3 Ck Q . ' 31 i. ' i 4 , W, 'J 1 I H 3 4 Q Fx 55 5, 12 6 ,x Q .W W . zfifwgff 5 s .zsxllgx 0 x ' 'Q if XV, 'Y .M . , 'ii M 1 5 kxzliisw - 5 9? ,V J, ,t 5 A,, -3 I an - EN' Q ' 5',4-3? www" ,FQ-Q , Q. f13w5' f'5 V 2 ,im X ,,,.,, f 1 ' 'M --WQHUL. fw ,Q K!! 1 if f Zeta Tau Alpha ,lackle Scott pms name tag on a new rushee ,slr In what will be expected uf them as Sorority sisters. xshee. i ll ,, 7 ' , 55 1 , 0 A ,1 Q r . 4 Z. X, 2 f ,,,, ,!WZ X f I V hte Q Delta Zeta's Susan Senac, demonstrates Cwith a little help? the professional tech- niques of applying make-up for her Creek audience. f Chi Omega actives .lane Hamilton, Pat Bozeman, and Susan Price mock the advantages of Alpha Beta Foo during ZTA party. and rushees hold informal conversations during a rush party. 5 W 0 M 5 I f.X : X Q ,Q -K f - ,jf ' ,Z Q ,-z,,,v'fs -. A r" W," ,- . , 5. .- , " 'V ff ' ,u ifX'5,f7 f 11' ' Q "fi f ef. 5,-Wgtg 2 wfww ,,Z..Vrxw'.!'1. -J . 5 ff, jeff ' 'H 4 kwfg, , ,gf W: R310 is 5 1, . . 5EE' ffif 'S x 54 .?,gf.., 'kr ., 99 ,f ,,, sy. ' Y :,,g..- ,ff 1 X17 57 r . f' .e fc. div 1: 11 F . t f?1?i',, ii?ffe 1' ' f 4 Z' ' 'Q-W1 "Relief from all frustrations-just one thin dime, one tenth of a dollar!" Homecoming activities for 1964 included more new projects than have ever been undertaken in the past. Senior week, sponsored by Houston cheer- leaders, Carni Gras, which was canceled for two consecutive weeks because of rain, Homecoming Queen, King Ugly, and the Homecoming dance were among the numerous events on campus. The inevitable bout of getting the all-important votes for Homecoming awards was a typical scene for the en- tire week. APO, national service fraternity, sponsored' the traditional Bonfire Thurs- day night, November 5, to wrap up the final festivities of Homecoming week. Avid Cougar supporters would rather fight than switch. Vu W ,ff i . 'E , . 40 gi gm-. ,f Lortab? an ' l52 cami :'Say, Bruce, take a gander at that-they sure tore the hell out of it this year." 'x it in li0Eiii1 for Niqueen vote. B, er, Pat Baer Destruction, Campaignin , ,gglies 'w lp. .le Fifh Wm iptqlh. Yeoh S. W, ix . :X 2, i iawg NW ani' ggz gary 191 ,X lv, . v.. ., ,,,-,,.g1.,,.a... . 'N . 2' 1 F1 I 'M v L f 1 'l"" C 4 my v . "3 . . 1 'raw Vw 'N I n dm , "Look Pm running this show and I say there is a ghost in front of your nose," bermuda-ed Cary Schwartz says to cohorts building Law Hall's Haunted House. The Carni Gras that Never Was Carni Gras never was because Houston rains overlooked the many hours of hard work, as well as dollars spent by university students. Carni Gras, sponsored by Student Government, was another campus first to have been featured during Homecoming week in which all campus organizations co-operated. Booths were constructed by students to house various projects coming the idea of a carnival with a touch of Mardi Gras. Although the previous two presentations of 1964 were canceled, activities for 1965 Homecoming are scheduled to include Carni Gras. 3 Seach Yeoman Ignmmg game. I l ll0IIl4 Donna Phe Queen by H :oming Queen if lllrl Imogene le The Houst :mess rallliefl l l l 4 1 w l w V i"p y s . l l l 1 I, J your nose," unted House. ny hours Ol Ig, sponsored ured during Booths were rf a carllltll tctivititi fu 4 ,f 'P' ' Coach Yeoman and his players await the passing review of ROTC officers before the Home- coming game. Homecoming Coronation 1964 Donna Phears, Business Education junior, was announced as the 1964 Homecoming Queen by Harry Hedges during the half-time festivities. Pan Purdy, 1963 Home- coming Queen, as Well as the four finalists, Diane Hensley, Renice Kunzman, Pat Baer and Imogene Jones were presented during the ceremonies. The Houston Cougars returned after a 0-0 first half to tie the Florida State Hurri- canes, ranked 10th in the nation, in a 13-13 final score. Queen. A red heart is formed by the flash card section in honor of the 1964- Homecoming Queen. ll. Chi Omega Sorority's Donna Phears smilingly poses for photographers after winning the title of 1964- Homecoming Q ag V", Q 'Ls sflw' ,sa y .9 i, ,,,,,,y its ,tm': 's"'tt""'i'ff fgi, 5 'sh :W W K3 1 Q In Jny W 'lf Z1 4' 3 Football captain Horst Paul and Alumni Association VP Harry Hedges make admiring comments to Donna Phears. Her escort Dick Welch assists with her gigantic rose bouquet. Bobby linker accepts from APO's Jim Evans the plaque naming him the ugliest man on campus, a title bestowed upon him by stu- dent vote. With escort Dick Xi"L'll'll. Donna Phcars is formally introduced as the l96'1- Homecoming Queen during the annual dance. l56 l 9 1 Unparalleled Enthuslasm at I-Iomecomlng Dance A record number of over 1200 students attended the annual Homecoming dance in the Crystal Ballroom of the Rice Hotel. The finale of a Weekis activities and awards included the formal introduction of Home- coming Queen, Donna Phears, and the announcement of the King Ugly Winner. Bobby Baker, Pi Kappa Alpha, was presented the King Ugly award for 1964. Buddy Brock, alumni of the University of Houston. and his Continental Orchestra provided the evening's musical entertainment. 'WN 1 It l , A 1 1 l 1 I Homecoming C "0 W --A . ,,f:!f'f'Y',? ,fu , f',7ff:.v ' if .W ., KMA. ' . H, ,,,,+,'.:,',,'. ' 'v 1 is 23:1 .1 1,7 X Q 1,6 X s . ,W . ' ZZ Z f 45 K 6 5 Q-A 7 ju 5512 dl' Q ww f . ,L.,,: f.,.' f QQ, Q I S Mg. nj 55 W i' 1 1 X wr JS M f ' S - ' ' A. ' - f f 'f Z'4 . - W J E, A ,' K, V1 ' ,, WZ J 535 xy x I X mi it , f 4' W ,A ' um M 4, ' ' . ml ,yf ,, SQ h W V, If 3 ,tm QM 4 I 4 ,433 I 'Q ? X f , Q .. ' X ' ' J ' x A " fix W ' Q A . ' ,, ff' X ' A-f . My ' A ,mfs t' 1 , JK ly - , J M f I ,Q X I ff 02 !. 4 X 1"-1 rf! FL! k J 'I 'fx fl! n 1 4 eign use Univ of the ni ps' candif fd senior. Iler many ga, Sigma 'ded troph et Paul, UI tegmlleng lnglelgy P F r L 5 L L I I fshlp ss, and pep he schools Cerny and nine senior class and fr, f , s ' ,,,,,,f"",f.-0-A14 ,Z V,-f""n e H-Z' was N Q Q r 1 , ,aaron TH ,-fi, .I , I I TEL 1 is ai. ' ie' L ' .,iir1i1r1iur.1i:r1r jiiiliig P52103 We QW ,, J WM, H ? if- ,: 1 Hairy - . - t ' wr Q ' , . Q 'K H , V . T.: 7 A. ..v+.-,..,4 Q.-ng Statue of Horst Paul 99588 travels the streets of downtown Houston during Senior Week Act1v1t1es R6lgIlS Supreme Three University organizations sponsored each of the nine players and the most active groups, candidate would be chosen best-sup- ' ported senior. After many activities and a banquet, Chi Omega, Sigma Nu and the Newman Club were awarded trophies for their overall support of Horst Paul, UH football team captain. ggiiftgnment was provided by serenading Sigma Nu mgletfm, dllflllg the Senior Week Bar-B-Que. X Coach and Mrs. Bill Yeoman, Horst Paul and his date, Sharee Berry, enjoy a Senior Week Bar-B-Q, one of the numerous festivities. j 1 l59 . 3 l 6 Cougars packed Cullen auditorium when an estimated 2000 turned out for the Senior Week pep rally. C E. .lohn Mattern and Bill Mlller hoist their Km, Wally Ludtke dunno pep rally skit cholce for Chi Omega's, Sigma Nu's, and Newmanites surround 18-foot statue of their hero, Horst Paul, during Senior Week activities. 5 lx A III "N w 1 1 - nep- Ma IAQ: - I f f ff f Z, N 62 . Q ,Www f zum? W 'Y ' I :Q 1 1 2 ' , , ,,, 2' V 4 A ' , 4. ' ' ci Z x E 5' ff Z f ff V , X X Yz,w,. 232 ' f fy . ,Wx K 1 "l.-fmiw f g 22? 'J . 3:1211 is? ' if 3' ,- I X f 1 n - ff J ' f , I , 4 x ' Q Q t E :W hi W J! f fy, , C A ' ,CMH ' x 1 F ff? 1 v-,,,,, 5- . 4,4 M W- 1 I MR' "What do you mean l'm next," exclaims Susan Met- calf, Vanity Fair contestant. Imogene Jones passes before panel of judges as Nancy Smith flees from back stage. Judges include Sonny Look, Kitirik, Harris Johnson and Mrs. Phillip Hoff- man. "Okay now, Susan, try to answer that one," says sly John Daigle. Vanity Fair - A Pa eant of Emotions The traditional Vanity Fair contest, held in November, in- cluded over 200 entrants in the first of a series of three separate judgings. The second judging selected 25 semi-finalists and the Top Ten beauties were then announced at the third and final judging. Miss Houstonian was selected on the total number of quality points received from all three judgings, in which judges based their decisions on poise, personality, grooming, and over-all appearance. Judges included such Houston personalities as models, photographers, hair stylists, and fashion co-ordinators. -1 i 1 4 I ,I Nancy Smith is announced as one of the Top Ten Yanity Fair finalists as Kathy Hill. Gigi Deering and lmogene Jones reflect mixed emotions about the situation. f J A raHyiI1S Pax E 4 l 5 The l9l iupported he Young Udent cal tie electio lar each cz ky YD's ai tliich was pf local 1 itldpackel ynnatleby i At theii itinted th lately 301 fleclionj flglliflg a is tl il- Ii lt, Q 'Y ions Jvemlmer, in- nee separale 'ists and the rd and final er of quality judges based and over-all sonalities 35 0.0rdinatorS. ro fy, ,Y - . , l 37 , ,7 5704? 1 .gmail U Jgzkurw X56 , W K wsu ,V,, ,,,,..,, my ..,, M: 3,5 f as "5 Qs if Y :aft it , if V 2 1 "gi 7 ,, ' If 4 3 4 f-75 Q f M 'fi' Q V l , W..-a 2 1 of . 4 273' W ff f an-4 I 4 .F A Z f J ' f -' 'L 0. W , , I g U mmww gg-f , A ' z' " E + 4 if f 4 , 3 A rallyin crowd of U of H Young Republicans await the arrival of Barry Goldwater at the Houston International paign Airport during the presidential cam- H Youn Politicos Active in Bi Year The 1964 National Campaign for presidency was strongly supported by both campus factions, the Young Democrats and the Young Republicans. Rallies, welcoming committees and ardent campaigning were executed by both parties throughout the election months to secure student, as Well as local, votes for each candidate. YD's and YR's were responsible for canvassing precincts, which was comprised of door-to-door and telephone coverage of local citizens. Extensive information included in folders and packets was distributed during rallies, meetings and speech- es made by local and national candidates. At their own cost, the YD,s made 50,000 handbills and printed the first Harris County car bumper stickers, approxi- mately 3000 in volme. Both campus parties participated in the 'iElection-Night Watch" after several months of intensive cam- paigning and close co-operation with local and national offices. President Lyndon B. Johnson and Lynda Bird are welcomed home by fellow Texans. Barry Goldwater departs plane and is greeted by Houston Republican supporters. UH Democratic headquarters. I63 Qtr.. Q ff J .. ,Z 3 it 5 9 Wm Uk? 4 1 K ' N in .ld ' vb 5 ' Q six if is is I'll be damned. It is a reindeer! Cougar hristmasland: A Spirit of Giving . . . Cougar Christmasland, annually sponsored by Student Government Was once again a successful project for the underprivileged children in the Houston area. Skipper Conlon and Nod of KTRK hosted the annual benefit. The lVIen's Dorm Government in conjunction with the UH's Women's Dormitories also sponsored a Christmas party for underprivileged chil- dren. Santa Claus distributed gifts and candy to the children in Ober- holtzer Ballroom. Gifts for both parties were donated by numCf0US student organizations who participated in the holiday presentation. I 1 . rf 1 ,ff , ,ff ng , . mfg 5-' ' -Q .-1 s N ,M . u t . Hall This one of the many door decorations d1SP1aYed In Bates dormitory during the Christmas Holidays. 1 er! ent Govemma eged children usted the annui Ul'l,s Women? rprivileged tildren in Ulffi 1 by nmnero: entation. fl H1620 I in Bile? Hi ,V ws LV .,, .MM.w...,, WW ,1--- M1 K I 'T""2 ""3::'I!l ii 77 . 'I' 11 E-Ze-ww:S I 'A M' r gy-- ' x. f ' 3' T? 3 A 9 . ,, ,sf t r - M.-,Q W,- B ,nv . 1. . M 9-a.,..a.wwm . -1-M uv- f .,. .. 1.-no 7.-.uf -.. 4-rf-ax-orvneanlnl lwnkll DW K .W ,g I President Phillip Hoffman eyefully admires three young men enjoying a social visit in his office. And the young men were accompanied hy playmates from the U of H Nursery School during a Christmas party. . . . And The Warmth of Happy Faces Jltdi Cerni gives candy to one of the many children enter- tained hy university students at Cougar Christmasland. Rise Ross, a resident of Bates Hall Dormitory, asks the seasonal question "What is Santa going to bring this year?" l65 l : ,..,, ,Law rv r v- Y - ,flu f .,V,U,, - ., , , ,,. A, , ,I 'ami .,,,.,..,....,.. , H -f.- ' A , -,. ..,-.gf-lf.-fl-.. - f-,J-A -Jw-f----P--'-1 ffffeeh i"""""' """' r r 5 , 3 2 1 5 i i IV .4 , 4 University students visited the Theouatiuacan Pyramids a few miles out of Mexico City, during the Mexican Tour in December. i H Students on El Camino a Mexico Approximately 80 University of Houston students toured the sites of Mexico during the Christmas holidays in 1964. The trip Was sponsored by the Office of International students and Was available to all students interested in Mexican cul- ture. A complete tour of the University of Mexico in Mexico City Was among the interesting activities included in the tour. Students chartered two buses, at their own expense, to make the trip. ' Bob Ealtinff, International student staff, Ayaro Dekand Mrs. Pia P ,k - . td .leanne Pfeiffer, Assistant advisor of International student af- Anthroeppoigqiggg Nillifs .a Eiatlie the newly Construce I fairs. Pia Peperkamp, Marcello Lippolis, Paulo Bertazzi and C mm exlco ity' ' Joel Wong dine in Chapoultepec Castle. niV1 peer Intellecma tional relatic versity of H and Iranian from other I iohn Ciardi of their intell i -il iiilmtud ra, ngmerrins es of Mexitt the Office oi Mexican tul- as among tit buses, at their fd .-tif Miril Poet John Ciardi chats informally with a student in the lobby of the Religion Center. Mr. Ciardi's speech to university students emphasized the importance of poetry in the classroom. niversity Hosts Special Guests Intellectual development and the importance of good interna- tional relations were emphasized by special guests on the Uni- versity of Houston campus. French ambassador Herve Alphand , and Iranian ambassador Mahmoud Faroughi brought views from other parts of the World to UH students. In addition, poet John Ciardi stimulated students' interest in the development of their intellectual growth. Mahmoud Faroughi, ambassador from Iran, is greeted by international students Kamran Fathy, Farhad Klatibloo, Dr. Hossein Razi and Ebrahim Khaleghi during a fall tour to the United States in association with an Iranian art exhibition. Mahmoud Farouffhi and Mr William Leach Associate Dean Herve Alphand, French ambassador, discusses world politics with Dr. Phillip Hoffman C l 7 , 1 - of Engineering, discuss international aspects of engineering. and the Houston Post's William P. Hobby during a student conference on campus. University students submitted questions to be asked during the discussion shown on channel 8. 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'W ' '- xiii -1 A ' HL' 32122 , Avi: 1i7?.-9:fe- 5293? az """1 f:i:::9Hr9e: gz? w?35:'-.71 W f 1 :z-'1 ' ffl-I ' , ' iff. M .gi v V we- N' 1 l ' i4 'li3l'!!l""" I 1 I I W If I ,f A W ,.,,, , K-:Zn-,fzgq-1...- ff 7 ,pr "'i.....:?-' W ,,........M. ' Z if gi ' 1, X if ff ig? I 5 9 ,Q-fx? zri If .vm I 1 f re ff' ff I I 1 Mn i A A --45,4 S ring and Fancy Turns to Re lstratlon Dean William Yardley addressed new students during freshman orientation. President Hoffman, Cheryl Pampe and Tom Fowler, Student Association President, were also speakers for the ceremonies. Although registration is considered chaotic and delusive, less con- fusion and speedier results than have ever been witnessed by students in the past were demonstrated this spring. New methods of organi- zation produced short cuts for students to quickly complete the unpleasant chore of registration. ln February over 17,000 students, a record number for spring registration, enrolled for classes on campus and at the Downtown school. Registration was also held at the branch school at NASA. In spite of improved conditions, students still appeared in mass numbers standing, sitting and waiting to enter the gymnasium to pull class cards. The assumption remains that state aid will continue to boost increased enrollment from semester to semester and the struggles of registration will still be a task to students. .--"""' is Students waited and waited and waited to register for the classes that wff' probably already closed, "Now Frank, its like this . . . ," yawns orientation counselor Pt-to Ifallimg' lellles X4 lTl0I1ey, lulld U , ,Wh in Ro? Cutie? i fi as M x r fu A.'1'g' , nv . 1. QOH' :If-E I!! ui Q 'rl E.. rl' ' ' H, 'Yg- ' 0. 1 :tm : al: if 'Z 4 'v ' " '- egg- . 1122-' M' M3 1, 4 iz: ' T21 E21 H nfl ill 7 a' agmewwfff- xx ,Q ,N M, L..- -'S ,- f Q X 5 X x X X I Nc X X My W X --W KRW W. W fww :aww .fflkfx , Zx f Q + N I,,. E 5 ,N X W W W-N... X xx- af ,a ,nw --1-. ff W xf, ff W , V XY!!! 4 0 ,,,L 1 f ' W0 P 4 V ,Q Z ff QW ,AA qv 1 X lx ffl ' 412k 1 va n -,... sic, during 73111 est lul two-weel campus-wide mulate m0If , and p0f?lU me Universitq mce, Wai 0I1f Schoembfwl nnally kIl0ll and Hllurdel yntribution ll One of the most moving scenes from "The House of Bernada Alba," presented during the University Festival. -AY-'H While balancing a glass of water in each hand, Susan Mohammed performs a traditional dance of the Philip- pines. is al?" UW' Guards Weymon Walker and John Springboard threaten Jim Hilburni Q16 archbishop of Cantebury, in the drama departments productxono CMurder ifl lhe Cathedral." The IJlaY WHS Presented In the Relglon enter during University FCSllVZ1l. International students Pablito David and Susan Mo- hammed hold bamboo sticks as Victor Sim and Rose Garee interpret a native Philippine dance for Festival audiences. l75 - The "Lion Dance", a traditional Chinese performance to bring good luck, was portrayed by international students during Festival activities. i, P5 ,A l l i at ff f 111 J! ,I ff - In 43 we Q K lv ' i 'J P arf , gf I' Q I J u , V i ll ft' r 4 My 1? Ll n gf F. 1 1 ' 1 1 N 'x 1 ' I as f ,L at y ,f f 'Ev e I 1 ' Q ' JV' 9 1 i" Lv 'fi c V5 'uiframf y I 5 1 I 1' .A !""f if X mils., 'Y' 2 i '-'ER Q x ,A A, if -an 1 Q, ff ' ,. i I, C . 'if-' I A c pgsfx'-,if , A - , . 1' '-'v:.'L'Ql figs, 51' ' fl-at W3 f we Q-1 . i ., -- A, I J -XA ., QQ' .. .,-V .. , .,-all ., 5 4' 1 Q' . .fl ', ..'-tfxuiftigeidxs' - 1' 4 . V .-vmef -J g . if 231' 1'f"ALi"f' 5 ' fa- .ay F? ,Q .J '-",1,1 -r'3'vz" I mg: wi H. I f :I . 1 - tg :Q f , , t A . 1 Sri: e , ,I A i ., MU. ,.j X we I 5 1 . 'Vi 'H+'f? ., XR x, 'ix k 49 9' 1 M, Lx , ,q44V1v,9.' if Q. QL V , I, rw gg 5, 1 'rrzqxf .LQ . T if fl Fgfiv V V2.5 S' A 'W 3' qw? Ai V ' 21 -1 i 5 ' V -2 H x T I Q fi 4 ? 4 X ai if if .V X ' A 4 ,I I P ,.,3"f X It ' V 5' ? X 5 . 5 .il U ,p-91" I , - 6V W Wm ,f -Rss'--... ,. M v,f,w'-' f w,,..., M ,.., ff ..fff1,mw'N"' ' 'J ,,,, !, ..,,M...-ww-"""ii , -.,,,,,M, W 1 The Cougar basketball team arriving at the Houston International Airport after winning the NCAA District 6 title for the U of H. Players are greeted and congratulated as they mingle among the crowd of students at the airport. Enthusiasm Greets Victors The 1965 University of Houston Basketball team advanced to the NCAA Regional play-offs after completing an over-all season of 19 wins and 10 losses. Ranked number one in the Southwest conference, the Cougars defeated Notre Dame 99-98 in Lubbock for the NCAA District title. In the regional tournament, played in Manhatten, Kansas, UH was defeated by Southern Methodist University and Oklahoma State University. Joe Hamood was one of four players from the Southwest conference schools named to the NCAA All-District 6 team, selected by sports writers throughout the nation. As District champions of the Southwest, the Cougars marked an impressive set of records including the best scoring average by a team, most points scored in a season and the most games played in a single season. Coach Guy Lewis and two of his players, Jim Jones and Rich Apolskis, give the victory "VU after returning from their win over Notre Dame. For the a unicam Student i Gaghagen, presidentiz as well as Senator: type of ea election ti colleges 01 graduate This wa to include Center BC which Wei loin the University Construqi fts n advanced an over-all one in the otre Dame fe. ln the s, UH was Oklahoma t Southwest ict 6 team, tars marltftl 551 scoring pn and llll Dame. "Crab him fellas, he looks like an independent," shouts candidate Gaghagen to members of his almost all-Creek slate. Unicameralism Proves Successful For the second consecutive year University students elected a unicameralism platform of government. Elected to lead Student Association's executive positions were Richard Gaghagen, president, and Tim Wood, vice-president. Other presidential candidates included John Daigle and Bill Soffar, as well as Charles Williams in the vice-presidential election. Senators were also chosen during the vigorous, sign-waving type of campaign which usually inhabits the campus areas at election time. A total of 29 senators were chosen from the colleges of arts and sciences, business, engineering, technology, graduate school, education, pharmacy and optometry. This was the first year in which two new offices were created to include student representatives as members of the University Center Board. A total of eight student representatives, six of which were appointed by the student government president, will join the five administration and faculty members of the University to create policies for the new Center now under construction. iii'-s JX so 15 gjlil' FKE5 The freezing candidate Daigle's ill-fated words: "Things are looking bad, Charlie." ts-at li 4 Zfejif QZML :IU And after it was over Delta Gamma's Beth Stanley leads her southern belles in Songfest practice of a Dlxleland medley. Ted Link and Dr Patrick Nlcholson were among the many guests at the faculty Creek reception Greek Meets Greek A faculty-Creek reception, held in Oherholtzer Hall opened festivities for the 11th Annual Greek Week. Sponsored jointly by the Panhellenic and Interfraternity Council, Greeks participated in numerous activities includ- ing a picnic, Songfest and the Greek Formal throughout I , . X Q., ' E X 4 , f Q . Tau Kappa Epsilon, winners of most co-operative Songfest Greek chapter and the IFC Scholarship trophy, make final preparations for their participation in Songfest. the eventful week. Phi Kappa Theta and Zeta Tau Alpha were awarded first place trophies for their performance in So-ngfest. Phi Kaps sang a medley of patriotic songs, while the Zetas, dressed in Emerald green formals, added a touch of the Shamrock with a serenade of Irish songs. Second place honors Went to Chi Omega in the sorority division and to Sigma Epsilon for their performance in the fraternity division. The Creek formal concluded the week's activities with the presentation of awards and trophies to Songfesl winners, Outstanding Fraternity man, most co-operative Greek week chapter award, most co-operative Greek chapter participating in Songfest and the IFC Scholarship trophy- Sorority and fraternity members relax during Greek week picnic in Calumet Circle. fret I . fi? 'ilgf ""'f-...QQ 't 1' J V 3 N-fy .I it 'Q 5 Vt' .-aff 41: 'I l V Q . t. it SW K 1 .fa fm. rs?" fu Xl od, A. N Q xv. f xx x ., Q ,Q Ji, i,'f 'US an -6 I -1- Q ' ,Vix- P yx i -:ia W' l W' Q 'K T 2? NW? ' A 4m ? 71215 The spring bride was portrayed by Delta Zeta's Marilyn Berry in the annual Panhellenic Style Show. The fashions were provided by Battlestein's of Houston and all proceeds of the benefit were donated to the Panhellenic Scholarship fund. The Greek formal climaxed the week's activities. gxefi Link, SAE, W35 Presented the Outstanding Fraternity Man awar hlef L. S. Mitchell, and Ronnie Gaswirth, president of the IFC. j Idea: for l The Spri ence boash University thus far. S University at Camp A11 The puq Problems ez rhn might Problems. Guest 5 answer per Pnsed the fp ing the Hoa 3 fiance, 5 5P0rls agtivi ny Man wil? 1 1 f 37 -1 i 0 Z S Tom Fowler, Ed Bennett, Brerrda Gates, Darnell Churchill, Cheryl Pampe and Mrs. Jeanne Pfeiffer take advantage of coffee break periods to disperse. Ideas and Fun for Conference '65 The Spring 1965 Student Leaders Confer- ence boasted the largest attendance of any University of Houston leadership conference thus far. Students representing all phases of University life attended the two-day retreat at Camp Allen, near Baytown. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss problems existent at UH and to propose ideas that might become future solutions to these problems. Guest speakers, a panel, question-and- answer periods, and group discussions com- posed the format of the program. Supplement- ing the academic aspect of the conference was a dance, several hootenannies, and various Sports activities' During a panel discussion, Norman Nolan, William D. Scott, Roxanne Reff and Nancy Innis relate mutual problems of campus activities. High jumping student leader gets one over the not as part of the conference recreational activities. Y "'N The Cougar foursome, Randi Petri, captain, Marty Fleckman, Jim Grant, and Elwin Fanning, made the All-American Intercollegiate Invitational Golf Tourna- Banner bound New mamtes anxiously await the arrlval of Jim Cfalll Wmn oi the champloir 51 10W medal Play of the AAU ill Cou ars Roll Into ment a unanimous Houston victory in all divisions. The run-away Cougars were not satisfied until they had swept all the titles into one bag for Golf Coach Dave Williams, leaving Oklahoma University, the defending AAII champions, and other competitors far behind on the green of the Pine Forest Club. Activities for the AAII tournament were teed off by KILT disc jockeys, in a cross-city jaunt of continuously hitting golf balls from the UH campus to the Pine Forest Country Club. An all-school dance continued the promotion of the tournament. The final day of awards included the presentation of the Spirit trophy to Delta Sigma Phi fraternity, best represented at all three days of the tournament. Also included was the announcement of Sue Pokluda as the 1965 Golf Queen. Sue was selected from 16 finalists on the basis of a majority of student votes. KTRK- TV, covered the event which was televised throughout the Houston-Gulf Coast area. Sophomore Sue Pokluda is presented as the 1965 Golf Queen by Dr. Miles Durham of Pine Forest Country Club. b1'0th6T5 rejoice. Vai' Delta Sigma Phi President Sonny Tatum accepts the tournament spirit award as fraternity 'sk' i 'Lb 5 Kappa fllglllll ille been eliminf x X. 5, nd ,Nei- anxmuslg arrivay of ta win UQ champion. V mul he AAR The soft smell of Spring, soft drinks, box lunches, and the burning rubber of bicycle tires introduced the gala of spring, 1965, Sigma Nu Fraternity, sponsor of a bicycle race, in con- junction with Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity, sponsor of the Spring Fling, opened the season in great style for UH students. -il Into Spring ' L.. as fraternlll' Phi Kappa Theta's "Super Girl" prepares to take off on her Ev 5. 2 E 3 W . 'x ' Y , if or ff --- Q-n-g.,...... .-, The fete was officially born with the flipping of cups and throwing of wax paper at the picnic on the intramural field. Campus singers pro- vided the entertainment. The Dr. Pepper Company supplied free drinks for all and box lunches were available. After lunch indigestion was in order as Creeks and inde- pendents alike crawled upon bikes to wheel out a few laps in front of the Ezekiel Cullen Auditorium. As etiquette insists, the girls were first as they sweated through an 8-lap event in which Phi Mu sorority won first place. In the girls' division, Lanyard Club was given the second place trophy followed by the third-place winners, Bates Hall Dormitory. The Union of Independent students rolled across the line to win first place trophy in the menis division. Pi Kappa Alpha and Alpha Phi Omega won the second and third place trophies. Among the 300 students gathered in the bushes and on the curbs were Tim and Bob, KPRC radio personalities, to officiate the Little HSOOH and keep the show on the road. Slightly illegal trip' The Phi Kap Golden Capers had already After feasting during the Spring Fling, girl speed-demons prepare for their westward been eliminated from the race. journey. il ,,,,, ' f'ff Wm ff'-n Ikralm Camille Miller and George Butterworth sack Bobbie Ho mann discovers that 9 out of slowly across the field. p 10 dermatologists recommend fresh eggs for the hands. Paula Claiborne: "I dreamed I was jumping benches in my Bates Hall sweatshirt." Campus Invaded by Eggs - Thrown and Hidden The 'cgreen fields" of the UH campus were overrun by egg- throwing, pie-pitching, sack-jumping dormitory students on April 10. The purpose of the frolic was the premiere of Field Day, which will probably be an annual affair. All dorm residents of the UH were eligible to compete in the Easter bunny Robbie Dyett is surrounded by youngsters from Industrial Law Hall coeds during the Easter Egg Hunt. O fff iffy, W SY? skill-demanding events of the day. Ten teams of boys and girls fought vigorously to carry a trophy back for their dorms. Trophies displayed what representatives of the Winning dorms had accom- plished in the field of volleyball, races, balloon breaking, baton races or any other physically endured activity of the day. Children's Home and As a follow-up to Field Day activities, residents of Law Hall Dormitory sponsored an Easter Egg Hunt as a special treat for underprivileged children. A bus, rented for the occasion, picked up 75 eager young- sters from the Industrial Childrenis Home and chauffeured them to their campus des- tination of hidden eggs, games and refresh- ,wg ments. After a welcomed greeting of Easter bas- kets, children proceded to scavenge the campus lot for 200 hidden eggs provided by Slater Food Service. Life size rabbits and colored streamers festively decorated the Law Hall lobby where activities CON' tinued into the evening. uSkipper7' C0Hl0U, KTRK-TV's magician, acted as master of ceremonies and provided entertainment for A the children. ,419-. KUH f1lPf01Jer tom Ttltvisign 3 ra lleilhlit Ula Hiilliorimisg signal of Sgucational my Hlile Ellllile Univ Primary le glilmming . Hlldif in Elghteell rylher "Titel, . Hill tfqgll H at :ua 1 . I hlilgn, Y Urlng 'I fist fligyri ahflut lured. program Vlnnm 5. . Ili. llghl iris am, N faq, UH's ae1'ir-1'Twf. 5 L lu V k, Egiil Eff , 5. rf ?E'!i:v:Q.,, 'Rf-fi 4' Ft: 1,1-1515 Q. ' Xxx X ' 1 ' 4 1 ' g:.51:.., , , fi' ffg,QiTzi' , '5 - 51' L A-,3,',' 3 gif" ' 3. - + . 1 'i . X :gglgiq-.rimfi in g I N 1 'Q s ' Q A 1 I A Yu' ,qlf skf HQ 5 f . - 4 . - 4-' g A 1 ' gif-f 1 - x -5 1 4 'fx Wi?-sz Q 4 , 1 QW i, V V . . .I ff 1 yr W., .M x 4 1 Q , - .,.,....,.... . , b WJ :,,,,,4q 'in x 4 R 's I 8 av , and ' J,f,i,, Ys I 91511. H or Busta' The 1965 Rodeo Week in May got underway with a trall ride from Valley lodoe to the UH campus This was the first of several events held durino Western Week A country and western hoedown and a western dance pro. vided the evening entertainment during the ride, with various campus activities following. Western wear for everyone was permitted on campus during the week, which was climaxed by two rodeo performances. President Phillip Hoffman presented the Rodeo Week Proclamation to Rodeo Association member Wylie Weeks, The Phi Mu wagon withstood the trip from Valley Lodge to the UH campus. . ira a 1' Z'-'Irv 4 lil A V 49 3 ' ' 4 r 553,51 f ff Wi'i'1-Jw-V Riders and wagons provide vivid contrast to the modern li ' ' -- Iemorial Drive C' - freewa ,. llly Councilman Lee McLemor 1 ' n from 3 rlder Doug Malek. e accep s the Rodeo Proclamatlo I88 Dru L0llS Contest gt judgings. The winm rail flrsl Pro- 10113 Wag by lf 1 1 I l 1 L is 1 -t Q N 1 :ii ni ,uw- . 9 ' E nfl' if Et?" t""+ ,V - jf' l.I' V Jian ll' ' if Dru Lodge enthusiastically takes part in the diaper-pinning contest, Contestants for 1965 Rodeo Queen were presented in two ' ' . 'l ' d d b t ' d h h' . ludgmgs The gn S were 'lu ge on I eau yi polse an Orsemans lp Rodeo Queen Marilyn Harris accepts roses from Rodeo Association presi The winner was presented at the Frlday night performance. dem Ted Trigg and trophy from 1964 Queen Dee Karracker. of-f f - f AH' Brom riding provided spills and thrills for rodeo spectators. I89 I90 A student instructor correlates words with ideas with an illustrated story book. Young art students take their products outside for finishing touches. An innocent onlooker lifts herhand to scratch her head and inadvertently purchases a painting. 77 g i' .'f94Qs. if .fi CK, -g'PV' 1 'H Advertising art instructor Walter Lodge takes the position of auctioneer. Art Is Age ess Macaroni, spaghetti, yarn and soda straws were among the numerous materials used in a unique art collection shown by the University of Houston nursery school children. All pieces were designed and made by the youngsters from 2 to 5 years ofqage. The nursery school, under management of the Home Economics depart- ment, urged all students and faculty members to view the artistic works of young minds expressing a true freedom of design and imagination. Finger paints, collages and folders were among the variety of attractions displayed during the show. The children's collection of art was followed by the Art Fair in early May by students and faculty members of the UH art department, sponsor of the annual event. The general public was invited to participate in the auction of paintings, ceramic pieces and sculptures produced by UH students in various classes. Proceeds from the auction, totaling over 31000 will go toward three scholarships for high school seniors and several 3100 scholarships for upperclassmen of the UH art department. V -sw. El ll my Mg ,., .. ,X my Ex 't 1. 4,- U ' ltr or ,lvl ,Y , ew iiXl'ilsf.i" -U7 l. .I ROTC mel maneuvers. Kenneth Bl 'ii xl, J l .ij . 'K,mf'3,2 A f ' tg All ff? l 'P' 4 nn .r'. 1 -ii tioneer. lmerous sity ol by the depart- works ination. iactiorm lair ill rtmelllt icipate :ed bt g over several 7-0' 43 b-twig. I K i,,,,,,, ' Q i 1 X Haw ,. eg f 4 f 5 P'-rwm has . 5 ,. -. ,Q 'Qt' vglx ffqll f, A tt Q My ROTC members get practical training in obstacle course maneuvers. Kenneth Burns and J im Combs scope out the enemy in practice drills. I V I tit 'T x' ,W if xi' i t all 'of ROTC officer Rocky Hemandez gives Kenneth Burns instructions in the proper use of firearms. aneuvcrs Provlde Physical Alertness The University of Houston Rifle team Walked off with first place honors after triggering its way through the preliminaries of the National Rifle As- sociation International meet in the spring. Federal inspection also proved quite successful for ROTC members this year after receiving usatisfactoryv in all divisions. Army officers from higher head- quarters flocked to the campus to supervise and give ratings of satisfactory or unsatisfactory in individual areas according to instruction and participation by cadets. Drills and maneuvers to demonstrate skills, as Well as advanced techniques in army training are performed regularly by students throughout the year. X37 ,J 'a4J'2j ,, Q -1-A J it Nervous ROTC men carefully clean the1r rlfles ln prepara t1on for federal lnspectlon ex. . X e 55 X . "Now how in the hell did he get a Coke bottle in there?" muses Major Wilhouse d ing inspection. 9 X '1' N Beauty and Illf? Brass: ROTC spon- sors Rosemafl' Davis, Vilma MRT- ' tinez, Bessie Chal- dek and Cadet Colonel Tassani. Colonel Sandholm a n d Lieutenant Colonel Davis. 4 , -sw. nnc me l 196 The cul spring du the Milita licersl Cl sented at I Annual Outstanrlil new comn on the UH 1 - X ilhouse dur- md the nTCSP0nQ gl. ,inimiiifr sie Chai' 1 Cad? Tasagnl. Sandhfllill Qielllell DgVlE. alll Ha' ' sw i I C542 f f 'H sf 2 it 1 'S-f Jia'- f 2' 1, , ROTC members march through downtown Houston during Armistice Day parade. Alexis Hemandez proudly pins newly received bars on hug. band, officer Rocky Hernandez. 1965 ROTC Activities The culmination of the year's efforts in ROTC came this spring during two events. The social affair of the year was the Military Ball which was held at the Ellington Field Of- ficers' Club on April 12. The ROTC sponsors were pre- sented at that time. Annual awards were given at the May 20 Final Review. Outstanding individuals and teams were recognized and new commissions bestowed. These presentations were made on the UH athletic field. .C Cadet Colonel Jeff Tassani, UH President Philip Hoffman, and Lieutenant Colonel Willis H. Davis applaud during the announcement of commissions at final review ceremonies. ROTC members and dates enjoy the annual Military Ball at Ellington Air Force Base. ODK Honors Campus VIPS The yearis honors and achievements were announced April 30 during the Awards Day presentation, sponsored by Omicron Delta Kappa, men's honorary fraternity. The Top Ten students, Who's-Who, and Student Association officers for 1965-66 were presented. Among the recipients of awards were Carolyn Meyer, Coed of the Year, Bar, bara Brandon, Outstanding Freshman Woman, and Russel lVlclVlains, Outstanding male Freshman. Dora Friedman, Susan Cross, Beth Standley, Bill Worrell, Ted Ellsworth, and Craig Pridgeon were announced cheerleaders for the coming year. Dora Friedman, Bay Massey, and Bill Worrell were selected the outstanding cheerleaders for 1964- 65. Tom Fowler, retiring Student Association President, pggzents the Student Association officers for 1965- I94 Gleaming Awards day trophies accentuate Rozzy Lilly's presentation speech. Rozzy Lilly whispers congratulations to Ca l M . Coed of the Year award. To yn eyer after presenting her with Ihe mg the OHOTHI5' 0lllCQrs ri Bar. ilalltling fill, and riedman' Or 1901 ech. f-kv ODK's Norman Nolan presents Russel McMains with the outstanding freshman male award. Bo Smith, President of Spirits, and cheerleader Ray Massey congratulate Bill Worrell after being named cheerleader for 1965-66. Barbara Brandon, Outstanding Freshman Woman, accepts plaque from Cap and Gown President Fay Tiller. 'll '9 M Dora Friedman bounds forward to the stage as she is named cheerleader for the second tlme. I95 The "deck-a-derby" contest was a large point-getting event in Sigma Chi Derby Day. New- man Club's Bessie Chladek displays her organization's elaborate entry in the competition. D-Day Causes Usual proar Sigma Chi's annual Derby Day provided fun, frolic and exhaustion for all its female par. ticipants. The usual pie-throwing, sack-hopping, derby-stealing contestants competed for the Derby Day trophy which was presented to Chi Omega sorority, the highest total point winner of the day's activities. Delta Zeta won the "painting the jeans" contest, the tradition- al opener of Derby Day activities. The announcement of Chi Omega's Diane DeKinder as Derby Day Dolly closed the dayis agenda at a dance given at the Sigma Chi House. Diane was selected from 12 can- didates. a The stately Ezekiel Cullen building provides background for a sack ra f ce as care ree students struggle across the lawn. I96 This yea In the f4 trusty oa "--. Caught , Ver K Y chic im Sigma Call. , - c PM ? 'A 'T 1-ug? -"sv," f Qu --- .tai K' Tv N ,,-, T .1 F .. , ,4.f.....----M'-""""""" , s I X Lk -,,:,a,..f.-e-.,f . , Ref'-Ask ' V 33 c ht' l sf .t - 4 ..r.' . , V ,, 1 f M A -. fisf rf' U. 1' -'P i -.,,,5' ix 5 . lv A , " .qv ' ' . 1 - 3. ...- .,, This year's mystery event specialty for Derby Day Dolly candidates was a In the foreground Bates Hall's Nancy Smith uses a surfer technique, while trusty oars. tv Q , 7 ,s ,.,,,, WW M as Caught' and besmeared with a specially prepared flour solution, the usually very Ch1C Mary Ann Johnson spots the guilty thrower. sw.-25? ' .1fE'agg2?m5' 1 - "Mu V V 0 p Spf 'x .mmf my I -fax? -'f Ear-ai if s Sf' f -'rhv-H. ' ,tAnwHfavnq wreath , .an A A I V - , fm it ii Q V Y .,. V ,Q . -ma if 0- ,.., ,. erupt , s ' -gig '1N5i'3gag, race across the reflection pool in plastic boats that were very likely to sink. Law Hall's Tommie Richardson and Massie Brown of Jeffery House rely on '29 1 l Newman Club's entry in the obstacle race, Carol Kubik, seems to have mastered the art of duck-walking with a tire around her middle. 7' , I Avilfiri Is any man ever so sought after as a Sigma Chi with a white rag in his back pocket? I97 fam! K "Children of the Darkness". WN -M15-.x2'xy 'D S-raw ? -,,,i 'Na f'v- sr Laetltra, Dana Paskuza hstens as her father Larry Handel, attempts to convmce her not to arouse the ammoslty of the mmates 1n Chlldren of Darkness Guards Tony Campos and Gary Jackson subdue Rick Palmer, in a scene from the Drama Department's production of a e archblshop of Canterbury portrayed by .llm Hllhurnto C the kmghts Weyman Walker and John SPT1Ugb0a:id' In lf ln n f e dramatlc scenes from Mm' er Cathedral is 'hay 'W' will '1 'Y Jef 'Ei H 'a D - QNX Z x.,4X4'iL 1 jf fl ,V N 41 'Wg W! y ,K if Q xi K 47317 VF: ' yxfx X -,-an ww -4-ff'3 , Y 47: ,, my . 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R. f" ,ny 4 ' .1 v . ln,,".-HW' , E' Q 1 +A, 4 1 uf' KZ A ' Li in X rl RQ It J, n my -- -V V gala- 1 X A ,:..f 1 s51s:,'a'fm," px 4 ' fr ., I ' L' ur 1' "4., I p S -PM M,-I' A., V- S to King Ng Special guests at the annual Communication Arts banquet were the "Beasts" or the "Finks" or something suitable for the CA faculty members. UH Goes Mod Four stringy-haired guys from Liverpool who started the most revolutionary hair styles of the 20th century, have left their mark at the University of Houston. Almost everywhere you look, you notice the Beatle influence: ln student government, among the faculty members, or in any type of skit you can imagine. The HOUSTONIAN staff feels that such a vital part of university life can- not go unnoticed,,so We now dedicate this page to the British influence at the L. S. "Chief" Mitchell, Dean of Men, became a new man whenh ' ' , , . estarted using han restorer' The sexy prexy of Student Association, Tom Fowler, dictates to secretary Roxanne Refi, whose hair seems to be shorter than his Monty Blaschke finds his fash- ionable Beatle wig quite distaste- ful during senior week skit. Would the real Toni twin please stand up'7'7 Z-it l ll il H2 Pr. H1 El' af il ll 1. I. K. ln It 1 V, 1 I Y lil MJ Ll? ll? rl Il. I. E w .i 3l r 5 f y.. 11 , l l i l ll I. rl ll il lf I l A x l You dear dear man, of course thats not Sophla Loren on these handbills squeals homecoming queen candidate Diane Hensley during campaigning Russell Raia, a man who usually blows his own horn, gives a big bugle fanfare on behalf of the Cougar football team. Frlendl Persuaders I want to sell YOU a car-and my position in the Student Association for that matter," persuades SA President Tom Fowler at Freshman Orientation. A Cougar ex-football great, Bill Van Osdel, also drums up spirit- for both the Coogs and himself as a King Ugly candidate-at an all-school dance sponsored by Bates Hall. "Please, please hold the card to the top -'of Your nose," booms the persua- sive voice of flashcard C0- chairman Ronnie Ldhr at the homecoming football game. But some sect10I1 participants were just 100 eager to see how the flash formations were COIl'1lng along. Fi im Durg coveret pages. l of vari aratior Eg F i V t r 'A 3 HTH D P 8 ofv E COVE C Kvdkwm MQBQHN' ,gmffv KW sw uffffiks it 0, NmwwNK Often associated with campus wolves during beauty contests. Love s Found in the HOUSTONIAN office?? A campus stroll on a spring evening Goodnight at the dorm door. it ,V A 1 ii H, 1-5' W t 1 , ,nga ?'. y ' , ,ff Winning the Sigma Nu Bike Race and kissing Sandy Aycock, 3 fofmef Miss Houston. , :W ti' l officers of A Mgr for H 6Vt 5 MFmhffS of dunk COMES? if -l Q 1 Q N Q v 42 NA? l a fgfmff O X I A 1- .j' ' x p fa Aglfi 1 'Q It A t ,ff U . it + - s , - ,..-.,,4 .. t 4 MN was QW l Officers of Alpha Lambda Delta, women's scholastic honor society receive charter for a University of Houston chapter. I .A MWF' ' 'vu Several Firsts This Year Roy Hofheinz,'President of the Houston Sports Association, and Phillip Hoffmani President of the University of Houston, exchange greetings at the opening of the Harris County Domed Stadium, the new home of the Houston Cougars. ooiia i ti An interior view of the Religion Center during its formal dedication. UH students donate blood during a spring campaign by campus organizations to help y , D I . replenish the drastically low supply of Ben Taub Hospital. gifimbers of.Vars1ty H athletic organization handle the soft Unk Concession during UH baseball games. wa. , 'uf I Q M 1 QM' P s-K pq 4 5 mf' , ,Sa A gg Ep Speedster rounds the curve during the first annual Bike Race, sponsored by 1 Sigma Nu. 207 Contemplation and Then The flowers began to blossom, the temperature rose, and the tedious cramming began. With the threat of final exam. inations, students sought seclusion and inspiration. In the hours devoted to study, the once inexplicable often became obvious, and more than one student wished he had begun the endless task earlier. ffw Q, 0 X ,Q f f . , , ,W -v aw M, fs ,MM "' ,,,,,. ' ' , 5'-ia One of the more recent additions to campus, the Religion Center, provided the solitude necessary for study. as they lounged and studied beside the campus swimming pool. .b...QXk..- 1 Platfo The U est in the mately 1,f the colleg graduatio vised ovei bert E. L4 'F ad hm Q. L., igion Center, 2 if tr in I, '1 Q allfffhen Graduation Platform guests prepare to leave the stage after degrees have been conferred. The University of Houston 1965 graduating class was the larg- est in the school's history, and degrees were issued to approxi- mately l,200 students. The largest number of graduates were from the colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, and Education. The graduation ceremonies held on the evening of June 4th were tele- vised over KUHT, the UH educational television station. Dr. Her- bert E. Longenecker, President of Tulane University, was the guest UH President Philip G. Hoffman introduces the guest speaker during the early evening ceremonies. speaker for the evening. Dr. Longenecker, a biochemist with de- grees from Pennsylvania State University, spoke on the values of a college education, obligations placed upon a person as a result of a college education, and the institutions which nurture the dis- semination of knowledge. Graduates were honored at receptions held by each college fol- lowing the ceremonies. Candidates for graduation and guests listened to the commencement address by Dr. Herbert Eugene Longeneeker, President of Tulane University. Sponsored annually by Omicron Delta Kappa honorary fraternity, Awards Day on April 30 proved an eventful occasion for the Univer- sity,s honored ones. As ODK President Mike McMahon emcees, a proud new group Of Top Ten Students survey their certificates, awarded to them on the basis of scholarship, activities, and overall service to the Univers1tY- Sharing the spotlight with the outstanding students are the six new cheerleaders. Q. .1 er, wig. A , R ., 1 . W V , W? . F ..,A A ' Hue.. ', w' 2, .4 is.. 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Lester Hewitt Senior, Mechanical Engineering During the course of his underffraduate education, Lester Hewitt D has accumulated numerous recognitions and honors. These honors menls W are a result of his diligent college work. Prftgfamf AS 21 freshman, Lester was president of his class, and was select- wardallif ed as the Most Outstanding Male Freshman. During his sopho- ,n to fha more Year, Lester was an officer of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fratern- metofffli Hy, Served on the Student Government election committee and was a member of the lnterfraternity Council. Lesteris junior and senior year were likewise filled with honors and achievements. He was elected to the Student Association Sen- ate, Who's Who, and was initiated into Pi Tau Sigma Mechanical Engineering Honor Society. Other honors extended to the active senior were membership in Omicron Delta Kappa and Tau Beta Pi honor societies. 2l7 'HIV .i' s -v 1 Z 1: ,. 5 -1 4 1 . 1 , a 5 I 3 J 1 ri Q :I naw' 'K 'fr X W X Q X fm f 4' 4 W N x s fS,gf4,5- ' h 224 N ' X 1 X, 1 W, W , ll, W f 7 ii , f, 'J 'fy wfmuffhf .x ww W my .x ,Aim 757 wifi? cfm?" ., wif 1 5 i I - I P1 a 3 1 -Q w 4: N -i W xl '21 f L 9 V 'M li I' V-"'.1"NW-'-.a...,i.,,R . , ,awww- -W-4.L,-gxaz.-: ,, wifwzi-L . f. 'v 1 uw 1 ,W-,.Q l-,1:wJH,M.,, , ,.., ,, 'ml ' vw M v 1 1 , ,J w x A fl, ' I ' f r ' A J., , . . Miss Houstomcm Renice Kunzman, l Renice Kunzmangs regal beauty would grace any locale, even the fllgged oil fields of Houston. As Miss Houstonian,.she holds the honor of being the University of Houston's most glamourous Coed. She received her title as a result of the Houstonianfs annual Vanitl' Fair beauty contest, in which she competed with almost 200 girls. h The dark-haired finance major has combined mental poise with OH beauty. She has a 3.33 overall average, has received a Chi Amegfl Scholarship Award and was selected to Whois Who in merican Colleges and Universities in both 1964 and 1965. RBHICC, H junior, is a member of Chi Omega sorority and will 3236155 Ilieir 1965-66 president. She has also served as a.Stu- tion ssociation senator from the College of Business Administra- MISS Houstonian has contributed much to the University of H bCSid6s her gracefulnessg she has given much of her time I . . eo the advancement of campus prestige through her working inter- St U1 UH activities. H0l1St0 W' 4 Vanity Fair -- and ar Fair ity 'h th Cir , and we of the Housionian lt is through the magnificence oi Houston, the South's feeling oi intimacy wit e y fastest growing city, that the Houstonian decided to portray Wish to pay tribute to progressive Houston. its Vanity Fair beauties. What should make a ship channel, a So now, for all sightseers and those who appreciate genuine monument or even a Work of art more picturesque than a loveliness, We present our nine runners-up for the title of Miss Houstonian. beautiful girl? As the Southis fastest-growing University, UH shares a Cheryl Hager Ima Haggis Garden ...... M,i......... s.: HOUSIQN , Z ate Sfnuiv me of My 1 J V ,Q F' ' ffl f 'Y :HI 'Y if ug 4' ,ffl v I Imogene Jones Domed Stadium Sharon Decker NASA Ginger Bowen Sun Jacinto Monument Nancy Smith Houston Museum of Fine Arts A A Vrfmq 'S-1 U-, 'agg- 11' -Q' 1 r Mary Margaret Maj Humble Building 'K "9"'4H!i6vi'l 'x 'II 1 X "ik ,. :,z I, mtl, mx Q .I -I L4 - X .-I,,. , egg 7, 1 -, I . I :ig . ' . 1 I . 4 me f' 1 7'-I W. I .KW 1. 'I L, ' I N .' ' f' f 4I I .I I . 5, A . II-Q, V. . . I 'rbi N I G V .,, ' ' ,.-rv I , .X 'Q I II - 'v Efkif-f?::'4F. ' ' 'Z "x S5931 : YWQ' :sf-1w.:.1. P' ' Q-AI. 1 ,,,,1 ,,. L' I X' , , Nhirtily , ,X 'pffa' f' 'Q .1 -.' 39' f".D1'l15." ' , J Ay' 1-. '- J' 1. .I, .f -,.- I, .iv ., x f Sandra K rell Battleshqy Texas A" ?!'1l. Lyn H argis Houston International Airport Beverly Ward Houston Shtp Channel Vickie Schneider Vanity Fair Favorites Dianne Alberth Peggy Sue Young Marilyn Jones :X is i 2 I 4 5 f A ' i f X f Gigi Deering Marianne Allison 942 PM Kathy Hill Diane Gillispie M ary Waterman Susan MetcaQf Susan Cross .h, f .Wi I . . 7' -Qu .x r X W ' Z X Marilyn Root H. ,H W-wmhvbzl fl. if-I 1' Beverlye Pinion L54 Beverly Luckie 116 Ag: of fs lim af' "fr . 232 LEFT TO RIGHT: John Davis, Charles Sicola, Cheryl Pampe, Judi Cerny, Brenda Beust, Peter Roussbl Clarence Eriksen, Ronnie Gaswirth, Gary Davis, Sandy Atkinson, Kay Brendel, Linda White, Wl10's Who in American Leadership, scholarship, outstanding achievement and overall paffi' cipation in school activities are requirements for any Who's Who contest- ant. Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities was originated OU a national basis for recognition of college students. The 1964-1965 members were selected by a committee of five students who were chosen by a representative of Student Government, the DCHU of f i E 5 Y 3 lla I -wf, ,.:w, ,'1f'v,:4 -" ' ' . ' " ' , , V f . Q-if -ml.-ww - - 1 l V - X, , ' - , - 7-'f:fZil1'i'Tf,wa'5.F11 ' , s i, V ,J f ,JY " -' , Q. ,, V ' ' ' ' ' .1',,g,mm,'g.q,, f-1 k s - , K ,e - V , - , , y . 7,..w':f',w.,-1'-f - ' , . V, 1 - y V, - ' , . . X . r s Taffy Lam ' B- ,I Pmg, 111 Soffar Wayne Paris Carolyn Meyer Pat Baer, Renice Kunzman, Tom Barron : Pfliff H ' 7 9 9 ngimfhug' 0fStPau1,Kende11a Baker, Faye Tiller, Dewayne Hollin, RuNell Stitt. v mel-ic2 Clllleges and Universities .i , Wom will to CH, and the Dean of Men. A comparative rating system was used fl . . vgw1.Wuf5 Stugvaiuate the students, specific qualifications. The committee chose 36 2 e . , , golf ns from the appllcants. 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V A ' "" H--M-.... ,...,,,,, ,Wm A 1 Q ,f .4. , ,1... " ' N9 -N f' L" I ' V i A Mu fi JJ WORRHL-KR crisis LE-DEBMAN ' R A MASSE '7 r Y V 7 FRIEDMAN ff 4 5 u- ua.. DIANE HENS LEX.,,,QM JUD1 CERN? 1 MQ 4:51 1 ,. f Y'f5'95f9?!?JfS2'4:4'W22i1Q0z'w:w+.ff ,s. ,El Ffa? tr i1ZL'J,f '- :HA my A V W , I ., f M,,.l-f il,, 5 QWWMA fl! F M. .amy l l l i l ATHLETICS r l l l I ? About the most revolutionary happening in Cougar sports this ye was Houston's victory over Notre Dame in early March. A smiling captain Jack Margenthaler leads red-blazered teamm onto the Lubbock-bound plane that carried the Coogs to a legendgg' battle and one which placed them one step higher in the NCAA PLHY0 ates . 3 fm-- , f ,4 ,. 'I r' . fb , I ,v?HNi"'x ' ' , -rx , D f ,V fig: , QNX. ,., I . .41 J e 0 'ks 5.0.1 'I X'l'3t.,4a ' FOOTBALL V I ' 1 i """'g,V,g9!1"!'L"... i""'Qzl15rzii.'.:ff'1ff3'iA r-"fi V- V wf . if i g Va.. iq if. ng Q M , 1' If 4 V '- QV-' if P N X -V-1 M H' 'f ,, V. . 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',.- muffisam I .VVLLELUEMLBXN,LQ,H4g..L,...-..L .'...1.1.1.p AV- ---'- Auburn's tailback, Tucker Frederickson, was a problem-maker for the Cougar defense. He is stopped here by Coog ljnebackers .loe Rafter and Mike Payte. Vengeful Rebels Stage Come-Back The Cougars packed up their new- found enthusiasm and traveled to Mis- sissippi to keep an appointment with the Rebels of Ole Miss on the weekend after the A8zM game. That same en- thusiasm battled the Rebels right up to the last minute of the first half when ,lack Skog sighted in a 31-yard scor- ing pass to sophomore Dick Spratt to tack up a 9-7 first half edge against the Rebs. Ole Miss staunchily came back in the fourth quarter to add up 17 points in a four minute span to clinch their victory. 244 Strong Auburn Dumps Coogs They were predicted as Number 1 by most pre-season polls, and the Auburn War Eagles swooped down on a trespassing Cougar team to make the prophecy Seem valid. Houston was able to notch only two first downs and sixty-four yards total of- fense against Auburnis 30-0 win. Auburyfs candidate for collegiate best all-around player, namely Tucker Frederickson, 001. laborated with All-American quarterback Jimmy Sidle to put a damper on Houston'S upset chances. UH 10 - Aggies Traditional rivalry converged on Jeppe- son Stadium as the uniformed and un-uni- formed filed into another UH vs. ASM ritual. The usual hallowed howls that re- place conventional cheers at this occasion issued forth with revitalized vigor as the Coogs dramatically defeated the Aggies 10-0. Horst Paul took a TD pass from Jack Skog early in the first quarter. Jim Dyar then added one with his point after and came back in the third quarter to field- goal in three more. 0 Horst Paul sails through a determined Trinity Tiger defense. Tv In 1116 Cause, diurfl Cast oi 1eIfY Collga Bhomi yaftli. goal grabbf later 2 Housn Mick defer quart E E. 'F , , 3 A E Tulsa Topples U In Aerial Attack The Rebels seemed to have a pretty good cause, so the Coogs retreated to Rice Sta- dium and regrouped the forces for the fore- cast of an air raid led by Tulsa University's Jerry Rhome. And it came! Although the Cougars slightly out-ran Tulsa, quarterback Rhome connected for a total of 209 air yards. Jim Dyar slithered a 21-yard field goal through the uprights, Dick Spratt grabbed a 16-yard TD pass from Skog and later a 7-yard scorer from Burris to give Houston a total of 23 points in the 31-23 loss. Sophomore Dick Post, respectfully called the "post Mickey Don Thompson rambles past Mississippi man" by friend and foe, eludes a highly underated defenders for long yardage early in the first Penn State team. quarter of the Ole Miss game at Oxford. Ai 'n- 245 . sr . --- --W - - . .- - Y W, , ..-,4.,.,,,,,..- , , -f-- - :rv - --,-M-1.1:----f-1-: ,K-' -L---.-.-- 4--'J - - ' -' ...ar- Big Red Battles Against Field Goals The Cougars traveled east again, thls time to ome engaged ln three quarters of tug Ofwa and one of ill fortune wlth Miss State State scored on a 44-yard field goal in the fi quarter, and came back with another from 111. yards out in the third quarter. Early in the fourth quarter they booted another through the 't"A ISI r D posts, this time for a 49-yard goal. State then ' ' returned a Burris kickoff an uncontested 73 yards to score, but Dickie' Post drove hard over center to score for the Coogs in the last two minutes of play. The final score tallied 18.13, State's favor. , vs, K ROW4 Coach Dudley i Slanf Mikel Rafter, FIVE: sard,I N P 7 Caught in the act, Bo Burris, Cleftb soph quarterback, f . grimaces as he tries to shirk the intentions of Tulsa Ime y 1 meng later Cbelowi Jack Skog coiled for a sixteen Yard TD pass to sophomore Dick Spratt. y f The I illflck 13 to iii, 1964 VARSITY TEAM LD C5 - are C D rg C5 gg 'iff' in V -f 'fi . " N- 4' 'lil - - I .,, I ,U ,:.- 3 A - '-ki 5 'sa ff i -if Q-if 'H J as '21 tv ,cr 1. t 1 A, V 'N V' ' 'Nu S-" t . I 1 , J 4 4' .- - .. N-jg, a . , 5, Q , i, 'ti lp, lf' if ll , 1- JQ " r we- vgrmu Kula if Q .SBLSTU L,.5,,0 5 V 3 : P - X ' eu' 3 1-hw W it Ms J ' .. 'Vi J 4 WI .-it ' -asm' v!5tf,, 4 f 5 'Y '7"'f ' ff, Vi' Tk: 1, td er fa, l aiytsw ., New-'ff -3 f--JS'-H, U 5031 th A a., 9' E ..., i,t'5T0fr 'rs-Mfii' 7 Q.--fyf - - A. '3 '25 Q71 It ,SM MSUSFW F' aLtl5TJ,y I Hwy 't I ?,3,,W ', , 'Q D J Q U - U5-ff 1 fygsitf- ' 8 Wal ff M 575 YXWSM4' ide lf M 4 viwfflffv eiti with mentions Ol, iled for H SW' X15 W iPf42X'i QU ROW ONE: Gus Brezina, Wibert Patterson, Norman Oates, Billy Smith, Rocky Hernandez, Horst Paul, Jack Skog, Wally Ludtke, and Joe Lopasky. ROW TWO: Coach Carroll Schultz, Coach Chuck Fairbanks, Sherwood Lucas, Jim Brasher, Mike Barbour, Calvin Enderli, Cotton Guerrant, Mike Landry, Bernie Brezina, Ray Dudley, Paul Otis, Mack Parker, Coach Bobby Gill, and Coach Tom Boisture. ROW THREE: Coach Jimmy Dickey, Head Coach Bill Yeoman, Coach J. D. Roberts, Stan Castiglione, John Snell, Billy Jones, Bill Dennis, Jesse Jenkins, Dick Spratt, Johnny Jones, Mike Tracy, John Adams, Barry Sides, Jim Combs, Don Petty, Mike Payte, Coach Melvin Brown, Student Coach Byron Beaver, Student Coach Red Kelley. ROW FOUR: Tim Wright, Jim Dyar, Bo Burris, Bob Mannis, Joe Rafter, Mickey Don Thompson, David Childers, Mike Spratt, Larry Lantzy, Ronnie George, Dick Post, Benny Miles, Robbie Williams, and Preasley Cooper. ROW FIVE: Ken Bergquist, Anson Jones, George Hamilton, Dave McCandless, Dick Woodall, Charlie Fowler, Dennis Collins, Bill Sopko, Don Caballero, James Brous- sard, Rich Stotter, Will Allen, Carl Cunningham, and Danny Smith. '64 Homecoming Crowd Witnesses 13-13 Tie Game The bright contrast of red and white was splotched throughout a homecoming audience of 16,000 as Big Red met the Seminoles of Florida State. ln a scoreless first half, the Cougars missed their chances from the l9, 7, and 14 yard lines. The Seminoles, after the half-time ceremonies, played a staunch defense and offense in the third quarter and went on to score in that quarter with a 53-yard drive. Once again, the Coog defense, led by ends HOYSI Pfilll and Carl Cunningham, with the help of guard Cotton Guerrant and line- backers Mike Payte and Joe Rafter, battled fiercely to hold the Seminole surge. Soph Bo Burris turned right end behind a jarring block by Billy Smith, and made the first Coog tally on the board- Soon after, on a pitch-out to Dickie Post, the Cougars scored ff0m 18 yards out. Late in the fourth, with the final score on the board- l3 to 13-both teams missed a chance on winning by a field goal. Head Coach Bill Yeoman gets an honorable carry-off after the A8zM win. 247' Y , .N-1, -- auf' "ff: if ff.. ,..g3vi:E.f-3,-31,-.gqag-:,,,L-, H - RF5!5---... - ,.. .. -- - ,,'-3:1-,n,,,.,-A,,,.,L . L Q IL t t Eh ' Wi A j 1, .ti 3, ,E 'wt' 1 , ky 'L ,t QE 5 4 at t t is H A i v t 5 'n 5 t 5 t 12' 5 . J " ft it t. t i it . 1 15. .' t F t it i, h at t t h h i 1 X tx. 4? W 1 5 L lx ft , . :Why :ti Aw 1 dv: ,. 1 , .30 'fue WN H ,Z h 5. 5 1 . -1 f, Lf E wt Rift in gli 1 13- f hi I I Qt f tg f In hot pusuit of a Trinity Tiger are Coog linebackers Joe Rafter K4-D and Carl Cunningham C84:J. Flying seemed to be Cincinnati quarterback Brig Owen's escape for added yardage when he couldn't get it on the ground. A X I Z vfx ,, Big Agaili tht 'ht tit' the Cote I . Uhamk fttl I ettht thin: Wlfatt I Ubglllh A mth Penn SW if hath flot M and the UW Cong Agait The Cincil closed the tht the door-tt ptarance heh their 1965 s to a smashin lethauh Jani tateer, saiie siting six p thirteenth s ' ot the seast aids, L I 1 . t 5 1 b Vs 1: tt h 248 ' ahh h init .QF- 12 'I tt ,gshl-t M egf.-Q I in C fi t . 1 x I , t , jst 15:41. t , t t t t . MHP 1 , Pu QI ati quarteilmti 2 when he with Big Red Off-Target gainst Nittan Lions Wlhen the Nittany Lions of Penn State came down to Texas to play the Coogs, they gave the ball to their 225 pound fullback, Tom Urbanik, on the first play of the game. In less than five minutes, eight plays, and 73 yards later, the big back crossed the Cougar H031-ancl he carried all but one of those eight times. And Tom Crbanik, with 122 yards in 19 carries, tells the story of the 2-1--7 Penn State victory. Sophomore Bo Burris started in the quarter- back slot for Big Red, but he never quite found his passing range, and the interceptions for State numbered four at game's end. Cougars Close Season gainst Cincy Bearcats The Cincinnati Bearcats, champions from the Missouri Valley, closed the door on the C0ugar's 1964- season-in fact, they slammed the door-with 20-6 take-home pay. It was Houston's final ap- pearance before moving to the Harris County Domed Stadium for their 1965 season. Quarterback Brig Owens directed the Bearcats to a smashing 350 yards on the ground and in the air. Senior quar- terback Jack Skog, in the last 10 seconds of his college football career, sailed a 58-yard pass to end Dick Spratt to put the face- saving six points on the board for the Coogs. For Skog it was the thirteenth scoring pass of his career, and the fourth scoring catch of the season for Spratt-both figures broke previous school stand- ards. Cougar defensive back Tim Wright hoards six points from Tulsa. X Q , A I , kv , , ' f sax- tiff Q ssksjg I xv.-lt.. . H ' W, . . I , xi V.. ,' , vi C V ' ' , if . f if .. 1 'IZA t '26-' Nine senior Coufvar 1 1 th. 1 t H . t Game againq the Missouri Valley champion Cincinnati Bearcats. 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Season It was a story-book season for the '64-'65 UH Cagers, from the moment Guy Lewis asked his team for at least 17 wins, until they finished with an 18 to 8 regular season record. What happened in between those two points of reference constitutes breath-taking come- backs, spectacular last second drives, and a tremendous display of desifg to win. December showed all too plainly that the Coogs were not working too well as one unit, but a number of the games displayed 3 mganingful potential for a great season. The first opportunity that paid off in big dividends came in Fort Worth and the first match with TCU. Tied 33 to 33 at the half, UH downed the Frogs 67 to 62 for a win they just HAD to have. Jim Jones later said, "You could tell we were fired up when we came out fafter the halfl. Everybody was dunking the ball, even Gary Grider fCoog's 6' 1" guardl. "The hustle, that's what did it" said Cl-jder, joe fHamoodJ was driving all over the floor and Jack Margenthaler was so keyed up, he even got in a little fight and that's the first time I can ever remember Jack doing anything like that." At the Bluebonnet Bowl Classic in mid-December, the Coogs started letting local folks know that they were going to go places. They dumped Auburn 50 to 48 and Texas A8zM 59 to 49. The Coogs ended their December agenda on a sad note-dropping one to Penn State 59 to 57 at the Motor City Classic in Detroit. By the time January was only a day old, the Coogs had rung up 116 points against Trinity's 79, and when, two days later, they downed Oklahoma City, some critics began to suspect voo-doo action on the part of Guy Lewis as he nervously chewed his polka-dotted towel during the games. But less than a week later, Notre Dame side-stepped UH, to romp through with a 110 to 80 win. This loss didn't harness the desire howeverg the Coogs went on to win their next nine games, four with 100 point breakers. In a heart-breaking loss, a strong Miami team downed the Coogs 103-91, and Oklahoma City showed revenge instead of hospitality to the visiting Coogs in their last season game, dealing them a 85 to 79 loss. Q A ,gf A no ? -v v 4 5 cs if I -I I 5 52 I, . ,, f A 1 I L 5 I F 4 J i I J . 3 1 4 4 'S 3 . Q , 4 am- ww' X , K nr 'QI G W Qi -urn lnili yvmf' 1965 SEASON UH ........ 2 Texas A8zlVl ...... ,H 10 UH ........ 7 St. lVlary's . . . , u 8 UH ........ 111 St. Thomas . . . , , . I 0 UH ........ 0 Trinity ..... , , , 4 UH ........ 6 Oklahoma St. . . , , , , 5 UH ........ 3 Oklahoma St. . . , U 10 UH ........ ll Oklahoma St. . . , , , , 2 UH ........ 6 Oklahoma St. . . , , , 10 UH ........ 4 Texas ASIM 13 UH ........ 2 Sam Houston . . . , , , 3 UH ........ 0 Sam Houston . . . . . . 2 UH ........ 2 St. Thomas .. 10 UH ........ 7 Baylor ..... , , , 3 UH ........ 3 Baylor ...... , , 15 UH ........ 3 Baylor ........ , , , 3 UH ........ 2 Sam Houston . . . , , , 13 UH ........ 6 Northeast La. . . . . . . 5 UH ....... ll Northeast La, . . . . . . 6 UH ........ 9 W Northeast La. . . . . . . 7 UH ........ 7 Sam Houston ...... .... 6 UH ....... 21 Dallas University .... .... 7 UH ........ 6 Dallas University .... .... 8 UH ........ 8 Texas Lutheran . . . . . . 4 UH ....... 10 Texas Lutheran . . . . . . 3 UH ........ 6 Nicholls State . . . . . . l UH ........ 7 Nicholls State . . . . . . . 3 .lack Skog and Larry Kubiak tensely await action in the left infield. 22,9 R ' 1965 VARSITY TEAM-BOTTOM ROW: T M g R' h M K 1 l . Smith. MIDDLE Row: Everett Baker, Bob eiilnchiniizliiott lhcvei, elifinllie Jioliflmlfag lm If alffhig JOIFH BHIHPHS, Ike Lucas, Ale? Ramirez' Van 260 BOTTOM ROW: Preasley Cooper, ,lack Skog, Scott Templeton, Gary Glider, Bob ipoukewlgarltly1IaIagd51ZkyimC.i13rg1sllez 3I'omP ?VenlinoCt:I1, 1.lolIrnLT1E?H. ' , rs 1, oe oase , oac . . - ---.10 ---ia ----0 ---4 ---.5 ---.10 ---.2 ---110 ---.is ---.3 ---.2 --'-10 ---.a ----.15 ----8 ' '--- 13 T 7 , 5 QQ' , 'v 'J F ll :MH pl 4 1 in , 4 '11 6 , 1 1 ' , .!4 . 1 , 5 , Mb I V' 11 '19 K tfiitiiy ' - --:Aire '-' ' , 1 ft 5513? '77 ,K QW' is nw f tl ,nz -r . 1 .A H , 'f ,. l' " ' I I I W ca' 2 J , fjfwf, fig f ear, ' ,- W E-Q .M ., L .. " , Anatomy of Cougar action is displayed by Scott Templeton, pitchingg Ronnie Lohr, catchingg Larry Kubiak, infielderg and G. J. Cantu in deep center. ' Q ": 5 xx Cougar's Ike Lucas beats out the throw to first base as Bob French rounds second. IU V' E , , if . mv ww , , W W' ll it , G+, ' Y, fevxM '71 V ., , , ,N X, ,vw .my,f, :pk '-0, 55,5 f' W . A A f Q-N 2 K , .lack Skog, holding down the action at third base, puts the tag on a Texas Lutheran slider. Swinging Cougars Keep Action Lively Elliot McVey swings hard at a low one i 262 L v Y 1 V BEST TRACK PER F0 1965 f 440 Relay-40.9-Miller, Thompson, Reed, Maloch Triple 880 Relay-1 :25.6-Timmons, Thompson, Regd, Maloch MHCH Mile Relay-3211.1-Thompson, Maloch, Reed, Miller V 430 Sl Distance Medley-9:59.5-Levy, Maloch, Ryan, Elliot 1 Tho KL Mile Relay-17:08.13-Ryan, Irwin, Levy, Elliott Discus Sprint Medley-3 28.1 Steeple 120 Hurdles-13.8 CUH fecofdp-cuylef Thompson Wal High Jump-6'6,' CUH feeofdy-John Morris Noll Broad Jump-23'0',-Archie McClure and Butch Reed ZW 440111 Big Mike Hill hovers over the - 1 ' h fu .h h h- A panoramic view fbelowl of a 1352.6 0 Owl mug of ls Federation Meet shows UH in second place over the hurdles. 3 1 3? l 41 1 l l I- I' I 19 SEASQN d, Nam' nf Reed ww .x -X Reed, Rs'an,Ell1 1 VY, Elliuu r Thmllpfgn lorries and Butch? 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Mlwlff' '- m.aL1s5:Ql.,aSt1 r--rf' ' - , 2 ,-'T-- 'T a ,.- L.. V-A 'WJ C ..' - r. In a controversial finish, Cougar hurdle specialist Cuyler Thompson reaches the finish string in second place, escorted by a swifter first place and a close third by Texas State University runners. The en masse start of an early fall cross country finds Cougar tracksters composing a third of the competitors. And crossing the finish line in front of a string of runners is UH freshman strider Gregg Wies Y E ,Ak 267 NNW un 0 A vm. a 90744 ,4 A nu- w1:v0"H15-"v-w"W-Hrlnnqnw ,..........., b zunrnpusvmr. ,ywdw-ff:-mm-.r.f..h,., . 2 wwf, vm-.wg , ,-,M .1 wwafih nuts-uqusm.11.wg -an-uv-M wxwqygu Wm jf . Ea 4-1- H Clubwlelders Champlon 97 Wms the early fall the varsity and freshman members 0 ighly respected University of Houston Golf Team . out to New Mexico to compete 1n the Tucker I . egiate Tournament. It became evident that the team ' entions of starting the season off on top, when the v . sity walked hack across the greens with the team champion. ship and a new record eight under par in its hip pocket: Coo The freshman team also won the team medal play and the Low Four Ball competition. For the frosh it was another gf many successful wins. As a matter of fact, the last defeat for a freshman team was back in 1954. In the All-America Tournament, staged at Pine Forest Country Club course in Houston, the Cougars felt right at home as they captured the overall championship, the Team Medal Play, the Low Four Ball, the Low Two Ball and the Team Match Play, defeating 19 other teams. At the El. dorado Intercollegiate, the UH boys won the tournament Marty Fleckman, as seen by spectator, . . putts across the green. .lim Grant applies his sharp eye to an imaginary line. ,gs so 4 Q U13 U Aga nud A wm only coat ity i char tory fort Ps ins at Hai. olf Team e Tllflitf HI the tem' 1 when the! leam cl amp' its hip V al Hill l WHS almlh i llie lag 55 at Pine fy, 'tuttrs felt lj. Uimpionslip, ow Two Bl learns- Ill ll! t the toumr Jplies lik itil ij, an intim- with Team Medal Play, defeating Southwestern Louisiana and Lamar Tech. Thirteen teams fell victim to UH at the Border Olympics, and later, at the Lake Charles Intercol- legiate, they defeated 12 teams for the Team Medal Play. The first two of only three season losses came for the Coogs at the Southern Intercollegiate tourney, where Geor- gia and Oklahoma State put UH into a third place slot. Again, at the Oklahoma Intercollegiate, Oklahoma State nudged the Coogs into a second place. At the Les Bolstad Tournament, UH won all three to win Medal Play, and the Coogs defeated Tennessee in the only single match they played during the year. UH golf coach Dave Williams took over his post in a full time capac- ity in 1955, and since that time he has had seven national championship golf teams, which is a record in NCAA his- tory books. UH under Dave Williams also holds the record ,Q--""""' --:Qi for the most tourneys won in a row-21. Championship Golf Coach Dave Williams takes over the duties at the microphone during the televising of the All-American Tournament. UH golfers Elwin Fanning, .lim Grant, Marty Fleckman, and Randy Petri surround the Marion Hisky trophy awarded for the Team Medal Play won by the four in the All-American Tournament held in the spring in Houston. lik.. f yr? If iff Tilt 271 l 1965 SEASON 16 WINS-9 LOSSES Pan American ....... UH ........ 0 UH ........ 4 St. Edward's . . , , , Mississippi St. Texas A3zM .. Corpus Christi Texas A811 . . . UH ........ 0 .. UH ........ 3 . UH ........ 2 .. UH ........ 5 . Lamar Tech . . . ...-.... -- .., xnixz UH 4 S. E. Oklahoma UH ........ 2 UH ........ 5 LSU ......... -' ..- Tlie serve of Gene Peebles is framed by the court fence and a winter afternoon. 1965 TENNIS TEAM-BACK ROW: Ronnie Woods, Gene Peebles, Larry Brownstein, Dave Davies, Bill Glaves, Lester Hewitt. FRONT ROW: Mike Cox, Ed Livsey, Bill Sullivan. fl is L U ww HJ Q HX fi. u-fa . U'f'1 I 9 61.1 I x , L Mbwmf- ' Q--' ,,,i . .. UH ........ 5 Southern Illinois . . . . . . 2 UH ........ 5 TCU .......... . . . UH ........ 4 Texas Tech . . 3 UH ........ 5 Minnesota . . , , , 0 UH ........ 4 Oklahoma . . . . 3 UH ........ 6 Texas A811 .. .. 0 UH.i ....... 2 Texas A8zM ..... 5 UH ........ 0 Trinity ........... . . . 7 UH ........ 4 North Texas State . . 2 UH ........ 4 East Texas State . . . . 2 UH ........ 6 Texas Western .. .. O UH. . . . . .6 Texas University . . . . 1 UH... ...2 Lamar Tech ..5 UH... ...1 Pan American ...6 I ,ff lf ii ,,,.. . ffilli Raef powf Si Ceni l l 4 . ,.. .SEV H . l 5:35 422, 'ki iii! raft 3 xt,-A 22- w iii! 5:21 l . iisill if ti .D E it EQ court fenre il' avies, Bill W Q, fb o we N x, , , ,. , ,, .,,N , e f 6 ffiffffr rfwvwf, riwwff .w . - A, ,, ,W W, ., -,wx ,, 44,0 -WfW.., , ,, . ,V ,'s. wf. ,. ,,,.M,, X ,aw f 4 ,V , f fwf-+'+4Z'n ff JJJMA-fd Fwffigifw ,. M ' 4' ff , . ,Nw I , V x, , ,..L.:.,.1. -f- f- ' V' pg! f.,A.fL,! 4, Racqucteer Ronnie Woods scoops up a low one with powerful backhand shot. UH Netters tarted Slow . . . Gene Peebles is a hop and a jump from a return, Zu' ', 4 ,1 n if as ' v 1965 RIFLE TEAM-FRONT ROW: Jesse Reynolds, Bob Peters, Robert Salling, Donald Willhouse, Fred King, and Rudy Perales. BACK ROW: .lack Ponder, James Knobles, .lim Fuquay, Roger Smith, Tom Brandino, William Dunkley and David Calhoun. Rifle, Bowling Teams Rank Hi h 1965 BOWLING TEAM: Bob Wagner, Don Lynch, Jerry Hubacek, Ted Akins, Terry Quiggle 274 RIFLE The University of Houston en two teams in National Rifle Associa. tion matches this past yearxthe ROTC Rifle team and a collegiate rifle team. The ROTC team won first place, the National Championship and the collegiate team won third place. The ROTC team was under the direction of Captain Don Smith and was coached by Sergeant Bill Saun- ders. The ROTC team competed against some 275 other teams, and the collegiate team was in competi- tion with 2,000 colleges across the nation. BOWLI The University of Houston Bowling team, captained this year hy .lCI'TY Hubacek, participated in the TGXHS Intercollegiate Bowling Conference- In the 1964-65 race, the UH keglCrS finished fourth in the eight team competition. Texas University WOH the championship, nudging out Texas A8zlVI in the final meet of the Year' UH made a last ditch rally ill the meet but failed to nudge out San Antonio College for third place hon- ors. C00 '1- Greetings are exchanged between an SAE and a Phi Kap as Phi Kap Nick Hardig secures a bobbled football. Volleyball proves to be a popular intramural sport for l the mod and rocker set. Coordination is not always the best descriptive term for action on the intramural field, but this Delta Sig is trying. l V , i l Q I l 276 KM 42 I x. 71 L l 'xt Y 1 lu tl, iq l t 1 1 5 ', . L' ,fn Q' -. EFI J Q N' i -.' my S--. .vf Danny Kraus tosses the pigskin for Delta Sigma Phi as Pike's Bubbs Putney sets up thc defense. film X 4,2 ' 1 V xii gtk! Ui, f f f, tn.-t Lk '-N. ap as Phi lag l f ' A on on the ,..f', 1 If . P AP'- l I . 9, Af ., ,M X X K WX The race to the basket reaches a terminal point for thcsc PEM Clubbers. f W NX V , ' X L Y, X . f 5 , A J 3 W jf ,f I V N, . ,, ff f , swf .fy Q Q K f ya .. " .iv lf , g jzflf 'fl U ,5,,' 5. 4 ff , I 2' , A 6 1.3-44 pihf f 'ep g W " K f s L. ,.,1.:..4w..,. :naA..4. ,,:,dA,,.,, Q. ,:QMM,m,A:,fM U ...cvs .W ., ,Ht The end of a racing dive is displayed by 0116 swimming imfamumlm' L a .: 1 z, , ,, L. 1 V, ifw' W, ' y J., , - .11 A.-iz 5511? aiu? WL , i E E it KN E tif, it I I ' n I if at ff . 0 4 5 F1 M , 6 In I fi . L- L 51 Pm P ll .V d PM if it B. I Elin S - 1 'L' il life ,ire i 1 rf fri 5 'Il it, ii ff , mr tl 5, l si l f' 5 'Tig i 5 Lil' q li gi , , , ' g w ,Q ,rf if :ft L4 T- . hs- ? 2 f: iff af ,r 1 M 1 i f M w w 1 ' u fix . M., i l A w X X f f f ' sssf W X f . XX X X X X X ti y K s N , , r -A 5 W . Xf i X f N , X a Q X , X . X X f Q Lwxff X i f f X ,Q Q ' iv it gs , f f f ,, nl 5 X A ' s S , N 6 'ef x 2 S Q X X X f XX X X X f X f , X X f i J 1 X X X f f X ,W Q Q X , f f X f f f 'lflfsi Basketball provides lots of exhuberant action in the in- tramural gym, and this scramble for the basket is typical. 4 278 The butterfly stroke, captured here by Houstonian photographer Don Brady's underwater camera, is one area of competition in the swimming intramurals. Spring Intramurals Bewildefed 9XPf9SSi0f1S follow the volleyball over the net after a successful spike return' J, ""' lik, .Te I ma , ,-,li ff, - 4 ,Q . Bradyk may ,Ml il: .,,,. if ' x 'ffi-W M - Q gs fn . .. ,,...., J. 1 N.- - XV VV-fav .4-3 Q f4 If ,ji Ji Q Rf-v y I . s in " Us ' 5439, Ds Y .. , PHYSICAL EDUCATION MEN'S CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: Paul Ozug, Gayland Fenley, Walter Jett Davis E10 . TOP ROW: Jack Dar- : Y nell, Terry Quiggle, O. V. McMillan, and J im Murillo. All-School Intramural Champs: PEM Club and I-led es House Girls r.4f""' HEDGES HOUSE INTRAMURALS TEAM-BOTTOM ROW: Penny Kasper, Kay Crabaugh, Carol Banquet, Terry Gonzales, Jackie Shiresu TQP ROW: Mattie Sue Gordon, Ginger Bowen, Patty Price, Joan Lynn, Sylvia Hathorn, Cheryle Leon, and Trudy King. X 5 4 GREEKS X A, V sf ,, X M, W N , " SM f .... L , f , ff ay A high point of Creek Week, 1965, was the Greek Plcmcidhgldrrxs the University at Calumet Circle. The casual fete was attende Y hers of all UH fraternities and sororities. et the Here surrounded by the pinned, madrased buttoneCl:d0VYnhSu'r0HS most ancient of UH Greeks, Dean of Men L. S. "Chief M110 6 up his sleeves and plays coke-tender. I 280 H O! P Us ' 'Xl'--1 ll'?'ll tyll-I .gy -n X J' J ,A 'r 'x ' a 5 'Ulu i N 11 U I I : - ll I , ' 1. :LP - -4 el ,V -9 -ff? N . W , sv. q7'? ,A- X'f,,K be I X F ,129 qlr' if-9' eg '5 - .- 4X, 'ff 1 A1 V' .13 A, 399 1 1 1 In L 73 1 X, I 4 l ,VA K .1 T .x-L X I v , 11. ,wr i .. lf' I .3 ,rf ,. E. "-..f' Ha Ez, 'x .f"' -if f'- Md' .4-"" I -5 f r .2-sri' 5 321-'E' T I I K ' 5. -Y-.V .,-v. .-1-I-"""J' ,J wMr-,,,.rf- 4 dt? fwff' '- ..- i Tw ,.,. 1 , , . fiffln- f ,. Hi' 'Wig I Panhellenic M I Panhellenic Council members ccnter their attention on Betty Ross, newly-elected president. 282 Mrs. Bessie Ebaugh, Sponsor In an effort this year to further the intellectual accomplish- ment of the women of the University of Houston, the Pan- hellenic Council assisted in sending one sorority delegate and one non-sorority delegate to the Conference on American Women in Science and Engineering. This was held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A profitable project of the 1964-65 academic year was the Pan- hellenic Style Show. The funds raised from this endeavor were used for two hundred-dollar scholarships which were given to iW0 sorority women and to one non-sorority Woman. Other Panhellenic PI0lCcts this Year included the C0'5P0nS0r' ship of Creek Week with the lnterfraternity Council. This tVHS just one of the many projects for the maintenance of the hlgh plane of fraternity life and interfraternity relations within the university. Panhellenic members also acted as ushers at both fall and spring commencement exercises. 19- tellectual ami f Houston, lb mrority ddegi on Axnerianl at the nic year WHSIV u thii elldeawr mich were gifff I lu ny Counr. f W mmmW tiouf mi man. ded 1116 W? il TV' rela ers dl W E fficers 'PT' 'N J if Y Panh ellenic officers Im0Ue 5 Ile Jone S, Preside nr? BAC ,K RO W. ' JOYCB Ke5S1e T, Annett e Atkins OH, S andY Wigginc C -7 arol Dob bg an 9 d Batt Y ROSQ Alpha Chi me a Singing a starlight medley, the A Chi O's placed 3rd in Songfest competition. Sally Wilson cheerfully entertains rushees as they sip on their Deep Sea drinks. f"ZA" 'auf V ,- 4 284 Being an Alpha Chi Omega meant Winning the Pan, hellenic Scholarship trophy for the most improved grades this year, placing third in Songfest, sponsoring the winner of the sixth annual King Ugly Contest, ang having the number one pledge class in scholarship, Wearers of the golden lyre strive to develop lead, ership through participation in various campus ggtivih ties such as Derby Day, intramurals, and the annual A Chi O Christmas party forthe cerebral palsied chil. dren. Bringing special honors to Gamma Upsilon chapter were Kay Brendel and Linda White, Who's Whos Roxanne Reff, Student Association Secretary, Carolyn Willard, Phi Theta Kappa, Beverly Luckie and Carol Lynn Russ, Golf Queen finalists. Leading the A Chi Ois this year were Brenda Jones, President, Kay Brendel, lst Vice-Presidentg Diane Beason, 2nd Vice-President, Linda White, Correspond- ing Secretary, and Vicki Graham, Recording Secfe. tary, and Vicki Graham, Recording Secretary. Also, Janet Lay, Treasurer, Linda Richardson, Historian, and ,loyce Slone, Rush Captain. Actives and guests turn their attention to Beverly Luckie as the show goes ant winmm the mwah l Songfeil A i 5 lug Ugll iw HSS ln SCM. Irive ll, 'illigus PM Urals! and e cerebral pi alllllla UM While, iJ y ion Secrelang' 'iefll Lurlielg Bar were Emi Vice-Pm, nda Wlllll, iff WH, Rewrdlg ording Secular Richardson, l I I ly, I I I 14' gi, I, ,l . will ALLISON, Marianne ATKINSON, Annette BATES, Sharon BEASON, Dianne BRANDON, Barbara BRENDEL, Kay BROWN, Sherry CLINE, Katherine COLLINS, Mary COLMER, Diane CHRISTOFFERSON CUMMINGS, Ann FARRELL, Sharon GALLOWAY, Gloria GARLAND, Mary CILLISPIE, Diane GRAHAM, Vicki INGRAM, Phyllis JONES, Brenda LAIRD, Judy LAY, Janet LeBOW, Carol LEGENDRE, Audrey LONG, Debbie LUCKIE, Beverly MARMEON, Mary MATTIZA, Barbara MAYNARD, Angie METCALF, Susan MOSTERT, Nancy OWENS, Myrna PF EIFFER, Mary REFF, Roxanne RHEA, Theresa RICHARDSON, Linda RUSS, Carol SCHNEIDER, Vickie SLONE, Joyce SMITH, Jeanie WHITE, Linda WILLARD, Carolyn WILLIAFORD, Janet hi mega - 4:--,...,..a -- ..- xg- , Shouts of joy and happy screams echoed when Renice Kunzman was selected one of the Houstonianls Top Ten Beauties. Starting with an excellent rush and ending outstanding one for Chi Omega. with finals, the year was an Beginning their 8th year at the University of Houston, the Chi O's worked with Sigma Nu and Newman Club to receive the school spirit award during Senior Week. Individual achievements compliment the cooperative effort. Renice Kunz- man, was chosen Miss Houstonian, was a member of Who's Who, and the Homecoming Court. Donna Phears was the 1964 Homecoming Queen. Sigma Nu Sweetheart Kendella Baker was also elected to Who's Who. Other honors came to Myra Moncrief, Phi Kap Sweetheartg Peggy Young, ROTC Sponsor, and Faye Tiller, Cap and Gown President and Who's Who. Top Ten Beau- ties were Ginger Bowen, Chelyl Hager, Mary Officers for this year were Ressie Tracy, Vice-Presidentg Marilyn Jones, Secretary, and Also, Dito Buhler, Historian, Kendella Baker, Maes, Rush Chairman. Murff and Lyn Hargis. Presidentg Renice Krmzman, Margaret Helfrich, Treasurer. Pledge Trainer and Jeannine Judy Adamcik receives the trophy for Chi Os who placed second in Songfest. The award was presented at the Greek Formal. Chi O's and SAE's entertain orphans at Christmas time. Characters from the Wizard of Oz gather around for skits and songs. 286 tg" ,--fflzx rl ig, Y W vi 1, ,M ' ADAMCIK, Judy ANDERSON, Patricia ATKINSON, Eleanor BERRY, Sharee BAKER, Kendella BONHAM, Mary BREWER, Mary BROWN, Emmalou BRASHEARS, Sarah BUHLER, Dorothy COLLISTER, Marguerite COX, DeDe CUNNINGHAM, Marian FLETCHER, Betty DeKIN DER, Carol GOLDSMITH, Marsha HAGER, Cheryl HARGIS, Helen HELFRICH, Mary HOUK, Sherry JOHNSON, Joanne KUNZMAN, Renice LAIB, Carolyn LEAF, Judy LEWIS, Dianne LINDER, Laura MACH, Paula MONCRIEF, Myra MURFF, Mary PAULY, Merry PHEARS, Donna PHILLIPS, April PITT, Mary POFORTH, Cathleen PRICE, Charlotte RABUN, Jennie ROSS, Betty SKEBO, Donna TILLER, Fay TRACY, Ressie WILLSON, Gail WOODWARD, Donna YOUNG, Peggy Delta Gamma -r N .1 This year brought many honors, social activities, and new experiences to those girls wearing the anchoi, and chain. The DGs boast such outstanding members as Sandy Atkinson, Cap and Gown Treasurer, Pal Baer, SAE Sweetheart, Homecoming Queen finalist. and Who's Who, Rozzy Lilly, Delta Sig Sweetheart, and Who's Who, Dora Friedman, Cheerleader, Miss Advertising, and ROTC Sponsor. Also Janet Parish, Scabbard and Blade Sweetheart, Ann Woellner, Sig Ep Sweetheart, Nancy Mclntyre, Pike Pledge Sweet: heart, Ginger Smith, Delta Sig Pledge Sweetheart, and Maureen Kelleher, Sig Ep Pledge Sweetheart. Social highlights of the year included the Christmas Orphan Party with Sigma Chi fraternity, Songiest, Derby Day, Cougar Christmasland, and Homecoming. Those holding office in Delta Gamma were, Carole Koonce, President, Sandy Atkinson, lst Vice-Presidemg Pat Baer, 2nd Vice-President, and Nancy Dobbs, Sec. A retary. Also Treasurer, Mickie Whitwordl, Historian, Judy Merry, and Parliamentarian, Jackie Anderson. In keeping with "THE MUSIC MAN" theme, the DGS sang sorority favorites to rushees. Greeting the camera with smiles, rushees arrive to make new ac- Actives and rushees get to know each other better as rush goes on. quaintances and talk of the future. 288 ANDERSON, Jackie ATKINSON, Sandy BAER, Patricia BARRY, Gwynn BELLAMY, Kaye CRULL, Victoria CRUNK, Gayle CUMMINGS, Cara , f-'a?'5?x 50631 M. aring :hs E. Q K, Qllftn U. Sli' S A chefimellii Iso Jam HH I Wlltllnf, P. Ike Pledgpa '56 Sweelhw Eellltaflb lltled the Q: ' y ratemity, 5, 1 and Hom, gamma werei 1, lst Vice-PI, l Nancy Doll, Illiitworlh, Hg lackie rlnrlersg as rush gogi 0114 DANIELS, Sherry DAVIDSON, Pamela DEDMAN, Marsha DOBBS, Carol DOBBS, Nancy DOWLING, Diane EHLERS, Ann FOSTER, Kathleen FRIEDMAN, Dora GREEN, Pamela HARRIS, Marilyn HIBBLER, Connie HILBURN, Claire HINES, Martha HOUGEN, Debbie HUTTO, Lynda JOHNSON, Claudia JOHNSON, Mary Ann KELLEHER, Maureen KOONCE, Carole LAMPING, Travis LANGGUTH, Gail LILLY, Rozzy LANG, .Ieanie LONG, Elizabeth McINTYRE, Nancy MERCER, Betty MERRY, .Iudy PARISH, Janet PLUMMER, Mary Sandra POOL, Sandra PYLE, Ellen RICHARDSON, Marjorie RIDLEY, Barbara SAMA, Carol SHIRES, Jacklyn SMITH, Ginger STANDLEY, Beth WARREN, Carol WHITWORTH, Mickie WILLIAMS, Mary WILSON, Dana WOELLNER, Ami Gam ma Sigma Chapter if ff? 289 Delta Zeta 'W " S 'ia Senior football player Billy Smith, who was co-sponsored by the Delta Zetas, takes part in the Senior Week festivities. Helping the Delta Zetas through their leadership this year were Pat Har- grove, Presidentg Caren Ciolli, Vice-President, Linda Martin, second Vice- President, and Ginger Barletta, Recording Secretary. Other officers were Margot Traylor, Corresponding Secretary, Josanna Brattis, Treasurer, and Bonnie Bailey, Historian. Friendship with others is a fundamental facet of Delta Zeta life. Philan- thropies and service projects are two important activities in which the DZ's take part. Receiving special honors this year were Josanna Brattis, WSA President and Sigma Nu Girl of the Month, Caren Ciolli, Cougar Band feature twirlerg and Beverlye Pinion, TKE Sweetheart. Others were Sharon Decker, Top Ten Beauty, Margaret Dye, Education Senator, and Kay Shackelford and lean Berberian, Golf Queen finalists. Susan Senac, with more hands than she needs, learns the art of 'gVive la Franceli' set the theme for the Delta Zeta fall rush preferentifll applying make up at one of the Delta Zeta rush parties. party Actives Anne Richardson and Margot Traylor chat with rushees during the party. 290 ...-,vw f ,.....- ,-. - -- H 'Wi BK GUIN HARG HOYT JACK JOHS, KURD LAYT LUNQ NICFE HCCI MAR' MAU NIEFI M00 MGR NOBI PINH REIL RICH RICH T4 SCM SCH! 1 3ENf SHA1 1 l y t J t Still' T STR. 1 t SUL 6 TOD E Tilt 1 TRA t V05 i Wu 1 WAi I t WE i Qt I 5 year were Martin, ati , Other ultra rattis, Treat' telta Zeta lilei ies in ttllltlll' rattiie llsl li 1 Barr rerrff' raron Dtflfml Shaclitlltml .tl ff' .vt !,,,r , l lllitlef 'li' AHR, Kathy M. BAILEY, Bonny BARLETTA, Virginia BECKER. Jan BERBERIAN, Jean BERRY, Marilyn BRANDSTETTER, Sharon RRATTIS, Josanna BURNETT, Ira CARSON, Linda CIOLLI, Caren COFFEY, Kitty DECKER, Sharon DYE. Margaret EICKHOF, Susas ELSIK, Isabell FARMAN, Diane FLORANCE, Helen ,, GUINN. Carol HARCROVE, Pat HOYT, Susan JACKSON, Dava JOHS, Dolly KURNER, Pamela LAYTON, Linda LONCO, Lorene MCFERRAN, Linda MCCILVRAY, Nancy MARTIN, Linda MAUZY, Susan MEFFERD, Marsha MOORE, Judith MORROW, Jacqueline NOBLES, JoAnn PINION, Beverlye REILLY, Constance RICHARDSON, Anne RICHARDSON, Tommie SCALISE, Carolyn SCHULTZ, Carol SENAC, Susan SHACKELFORD, Judith SMITH, Jill STRAMBLAD, Karen SUDLOW, Susan SULLIVANT, Cecelia TODD, Roberta A. TOMLIN, Carolyn TRAYLOR, Margot Voss, Beverly WALDNER, Cece WARBRITTON, Deborah WEAVER, Donna Delta Theta Chapter Sx wr-4 L, x 1- mfs 174 ,TLI I i 4-x l' f-v 4 of 5' S y Y, , H, -,-- -v,:T,r, -.. 3-.fa , ..- Y -,...-.,,-- -:....--A ---az' .- ,1 11 1 1 1 111'1 X 1 4 X, 1 11' 11 11, 511 1 1, 1 11 12 1 11 , 11 ' 11 1,1 1? 151 11 11 '1 1 ,. i 1,1 1. , 1 , 1 111 , 12 I 11 1 111: 1, '11 1, 1 Q1 111, 1' it 1 al l 1 1 . iii 1 1 1 x1 VI 11 '11 1 11 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1111 11 1 , I 1 , 1 ' 11 .N 5 E ,x 1,1 1 1' 1 I 111 1 " ii 11 1 111 V1 1111 1111 111, 111 11111 1 1 1 t ' 2 1 11 ,11 11 1, , pi . 1 " , 1, I 11 1 1 ,1 111 - 11 " 1 1. 111 1 11 L ' 111 1. 1 1 " 1 1 1, " 1 1 , , 11 111 1 11: 1, 1 1 111 l 1 1 1111 1 1 1 11 1 11, .1 111 ig 111i 1 '11 111' 1 11 111 1 1111 11, y 111 11 1, 11,1 1 1 11- 1 1 1' 1 1 ,. 1 1 '. 11 1 , , 1 1 1 ' 1 E 1 1 Phi u wi? Sharon Cornelius entertains at a rush party. During rush, actives convey the merits of their sorority to rushees. pratt receives the Phi Mu Man Award, presented to him at the Enchantress Carnat 11 111 W .1111 ihg 11 111 1 ' 1 111 W1 1 1 Hi 11 1 1 1 1 '11 1, 11 111 1 Q H1 111 1, '11 111 1 11 1 1 1111 1111, 1111i Ron '111111 N1 1, 1 292 1 1 111-1 , , 4,114.1 g-W, or s 1 ,gs s-,-,,1f,.ffve 1 1 ion Ba Leading Phi Mu to further growth, achievement, and scholarship this year were Sharon Cornelius, Greek of the Week, and Sparks Treasurer, Car- olyn Archer, Vice-President Jeffery House, and Gloria Hessling, Phi Beta. Starting the new year with a new project, Phi Mu began collecting pennants for all colleges and universities having Phi Mu chapters. Ambitious fall pledges constructed and placed a bulletin known as Cougar Corner in the den. Helping others was a definite goal of the P111 Mus this year. As part of their philanthropy every member was expected to work at least one night 3 semester at Texas Childrenis Hospital. Highlight' ing the 1964-65 school year was the Phi Mu annual Enchantress Carnation Ball in December. Helping to carry on the work of Phi M year was Diane Lunow, President, Kathy Hebert' Vice-President, and Mary .lo Gresham, SecretafY' Also Mary Lynn. Parke, Treasurer, Lynde bert, Historian and Parliamentarian. u il1iS ll HG- ,L y L I to mace nmdaa fe Shaun I' d lmad Ieflell He l a new pffi s for HMI chWWk a PM I 5 dell- mne all fl' HPWNWI l me kafleli , L H0fPi'I',I a the Pl I bgftlllwil , l f ll' eideflfi III, 0 WUI X 3 Grfwh T, VCZEUIIIII I" ltafial' BANKS, Margaret BITETTI, Lauren BOLDT, Barbara CORNELIUS, Sharon DONELSON, Dee DOUGLAS, Dee ESTES, Dale FENDLEY, Sharon FENN, Pamela FRAZIER, Sheila GILSON, Linda GRESHAM, Mary HAMMER, Mary HEBERT, Kathleen HEBERT, Lyndel HINDMAN, Carolyn KAST, Ann KENNEY, Carol KINCANNON, Jane KOZLEK, Pamela LEON. Cheryle LUNOW, Diane MOORE, Sandra NEUMANN, Betty NEWELL, Beverly OVERCAST, Barbara PARKE, Mary PUCKETTE, Courtne PYLE, Adelaide RICHARDSON, Frances SAMMONS, Gloria SMITH, Carol SMITH, .Ieanie TRUEHEART, Mary VOLKMER, Patricia WHITE, Brenda Gus Brezina Senior football player who was co-sponsored by Phi Mu takes part in a Senior Week skit Zeta Tau Alpha f i Carolyn Meyer, Zeta President, accepts from Bill Rozelle the Delta Sigma Phi Best Sorority award at the Home- coming Dance. W ,-...N iicvovooo -Ls ,lf it S t ff' he 1 r Xkvfm .....,,,' ,.f--- k-"fi I 53565635 "'f'K, Lvffvij V 3. Jackie Scott, Ann Sauer, Lida Light, and Carolyn Meyer exhibit the Zeta crest, during a Pajama rush party. 294 With honor plates in hand, Joe Lopasky and Ann Sauer await the Bar-B-Q feast prepared in of Senior football players. ln another year of outstanding achievement, the Zetas dressed in green, and with a medley of Irish tunes, sang their Way into the first place spot in Songfest. Leaders of the shield and crown this year were Carolyn Meyer, Presi- dent, Jackie Scott, Vice-President, Marinel Chambers, Secretary, and Nancy Smith, Treasurer. Also Carol Evans, Historian and Mary Bleakie, Rush Captain. Those members receiving special honors this year were Diane Hens- ley, Cheerleader, Jane Hamilton and Jackie Scott, Twirlersg Carolyn Meyer, Who's Who and Greek of the Week, Sandy Krell, Top Ten Beauty, and Eileen McCarroll, Hedges Dorm Council. Also, Sue Clarke, Valentine Sweetheart, Lil Dows, Who's Who, Jackie Scott, Pike 'Sweet- heartg Diane Hensley, Sigma Chi Sweetheart, and Karen Effinger, Phi Sigma Kappa Sweetheart. Escorted by Cadet James Simmons, Zeta Diane Hensley WHS Presented HS one of the finalists for Homecoming Queen at the Miami football game. feast prepufi etas draai iy into lifi yn Meyer, Pi- , Secretary: id Mary Bii ere Diane if wirieisg if Krell, iii' ilso, Sue Ui' Qcmi, Piifff 5 P 11" Y If ren EiiiHlfi'l I 4 i F15 PWC V 1 sm" AINSWORTH, Nancy BARANSKI, Sue Ann BARKER, Linda BELL, Karen BLEAKIE, Mary BOZEMAN, Patricia CARLSON, Magreed CAVANOUGH, Marian CHAMBERS, Marinel CLARK, Sue CROSS, Suzi CULPEPPER, Ann CURRY, Pat DANAHER, .loan DEERING, Gigi DEERINC, Jacque DOORNBOS, Peggy DOTTS, Marilyn DOWS, Lillian EFFINCER, Karen EMMERTON, Harriet GADEN, Molly GRECC, Barbara HAMILTON, .lane HENSLEY, Diane HILL, Kathy HOHLT, Geri HUNZICKER, Mary KLUPPEL, Nancy KRELL, Sandra LIGHT, Lida LOWE, Becky MCCARROL, Eilccn MEYER, Carolyn MOTT, Marilyn PARKE, Susan PAVEY, Liz POKLUDA, Suc SAUER, Anne SCOTT, Jackie SMITH, Nancy TODD, Susan WANN, Jayne WATERMAN, Mary WELCH, Carol WICCINS, Sandra TIC Gamma mega Chapter li' x 5' I iv" vw'-r CT? 295 Si ma Delta Tau Tape recordings of text books for blind students were made by the members of Sigma Delta Tau as one of their philanthro- pic projects. They also held a pledge slave sale in conjunction with Phi Epsilon Pi for the benefit of the Sigma Delta Tau Endowment Fund. Outstanding social events for the year included parties with fraternities, a mother and daughter tea which was sponsored by the pledge class, the Alumnae-Chapter Powder Puff Baseball Game, and the Spring Formal. Among the outstanding members are Barbara Bromberg, Womenls Student Association membership chairman, Sparksg Charlotte Somach, junior Panhellenic delegateg Paulette Plea- son, member of Psi Chi psychology honor organization. Officers for the 1964-65 academic year were President Joyce Kessler, Vice-Presidents Gloria Hanovich and Marcy Whitman, Secretaries Barbara Bromberg and Evelyn Selik, Treasurer Paulette Pleason, and Historian Jo Rosenblum. Active members of Sigma Delta Taus were installed as national mem- bers of SDT on March 21, 1965. 296 x BBOMBERG, Barbara GOODMAN, Ilene COTTLIEB, Adrienne HANOVICH, Gloria KESSLER, Joyce LEVINSON, Andrea PLEASON, Paulette REINHARDT, Barbara ROSENBLUM, Jo SCHAPIRO, Joanne SELIK, Evelyn SOMACH, Charlotte TIRAS, Sheryle WEISS, Maxine WHITMAN, Marcy A Song and dance climaxed one of Sigma Delta Tau's fall rush parties- RYAN, K5 sms. Ranf SIHTH,R1' SIANIJEFI QTEEN, W1 TAYLOR, ' IEEKELL, IHOILI. I IINES, R0 IINSON, I IIHISENA WILLIAM IIILSON, . The eration 1961-65 Greek I The hundre strive ti Part Thar Uffir Ronald urerg I BALDWIN, Charles CHEW, Fredrick D'ANDRIOLE, Theodore DOREMUS, Edward DOSSAT, Roy ETZEL, Ronald CREACEN, Edward KAHLE, Warren LITSCHER, John MCCASKILL, Billy R? PANG, Dennis PIAZZA, Frank PRYTULA, Robert RYAN, Kevin SIMS. Randall SMITH, Richard STANDEFER, Barker STEEN, Wiley TAYLOR, William TEEKELL, Chuck THOMA. .lohn VINES, Robert VINSON, David WHISENAND, Don WILLIAMS, .lohn WILSON, John The Interfraternity Councilis Scholarship trophy and the Songfest Coop- eration Trophy were Tau Kappa Epsilon's reward for their efforts in the 1964-65 academic year. Both of these awards were presented during the Greek Week Festivities. The University of Houston Epsilon Omicron Chapter is one of the two hundred and one chapters of the largest national social fraternity. Members strlve to build leadership and brotherhood. Partlclpation in campus activities also highlighted the year for the Tekes. TheY partlclpated in Homecoming, intramurals, and UH Rodeo. Officers elected for the 1964-65 school year were Dennis Pang, President, Ronald Eltzel, Vice-Presidentg Richard Smith, Secretary, John Thoma, Treas- ufefi Nell Sims, Historian, and Don Whisenand, Pledge Trainer. Beverlye Pinion, Sweetheart 1 il 1 I I E, 11 1 51 1 11 . 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 5 1 1 .gn 11 1 1: '11 15- 1 1'1 '1 1 1 11 1 11 fi 11 1 1 111 11,1 1,1 I 1 i 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 t 11 111-,N 11: 1 . 1.1. 1" 11 11 11 '1 1 15 11 1 1 11 11 1 11' 1 11 11 11 111 113 1 11 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1' 1 11 1 ' I1 I . 1 1 1 11 l 298 - Delta hi "Dishpan hands-that's all we needlv Delta Chi's Mike Buquoi, ,lim Clepper, Mike Spedale, Trip Wilcox, and dates at the Creek Formal. The University of Houston chapter of Delta Chi convention in April. This was in addition to their many campus activities. Among their projects was participation in intramurals, Greek Week, flash card section, Homecoming activities, and the Leaders, Conference. This year there were two major innovations for the Delta Chi's. They were the first UH fraternity to have a house mother, and they also instituted a board plan for noon and evening meals. Among their social events were a Western Party in conjunction with Alpha Phi Omega, a Beatnik Party, and the annual Hawaiian Party. During the Christmas season the fall pledges gave a party for the active members. The officers of Delta Chi were outstanding in their own right. President Ray Wheeler was a finalist in the King Ugly Contest, and 1 Treasurer Andy Barko acted as Vice-President of the lnterfraternity 1 Council. Other Delta Chi officers were Vice-President Derry Davison and Secretary Brenson Abbott. "House mothers are great," says Derry Davison and James Zeiger. Donna Weaver, Sweetheart af K ,Q Ball' hi conieil activilial' ABBOTT Brenson BADGER Peter BARKO Andy Y BRADIIN John BRYANT Paul BRJTO. Richard BUOUOI, Mike CHILDRESS, James CLEPPER, James COOPER, Cecil DAVISON, Derrick DIEBEL, Donny EKSTROM, Gary GACHIANO, Ross GILBERTI, Charles Eta Chapter BASS, rm I I I . I dale I reel Week, atlers' Conlii or llie lIelIaI e molliei. I? meals. my in viii: e annual lla' es gale ap! In their Iii I Ugly Coin I Ihg lnlfiliz' dent IIIUI I I I iff SPEDALE, Mike TONES, Michael v TY WHEELER, Ray WILCOX, Melvin ZEICER, James GRAY, John GUTHRIE, Robert HATCHER, James HUDDLE, Toby HARRIS, Robert KIPNIS. Alan LEVENTHAL, Ralph MAREK, Wayne MARINELLO, Carl MORGAN, John PATTERSON, Michael PEDREIRA, Danny PORTER, Howell POWERS, James RALLS, Michael REED, Bill REGAN, Robert SHEROHMAN, Rose SHINN, Charles fi sk xx, ff , :SEM va' Qx g g., 'f I ' " GN-0 'Z' QW: I sm if ,X 3 -' 'Q - 3- 0 ,. 299 Delta Si ma. Phi ALLEN, Brent ATKINSON, Robert BAKER, John BAUER, Duane BAUTSCH, Kenneth BRAUCHLE, Walter BRODERICK, John BUCHANAN, Ronald BURKE, Michael CAIN, Frank , CHASE, Scott 1 COCHRAN, Donald 1 1 1 1 11.11 ,11 1 1 1 11, 1 111 1 , 1 1, cooK, Wmiam 3 1 COOPER, Jay ' y , 5 1 l COPELAND, Boyd CONE, Joe 1 1 I 'E 1,11 g i i -, 1 11. fi: ' l31'l1 1 ' do 1 A f 1 1 1 M 31 1 1' , -11 , 11 Q1 Q 1 ,f 1, if ,1 L 1 L1 l I 1 . 1 Af 1x1 -11 1 11 1, 1 1 E1 11, .111 , 1 1, 1 1 1 1 11611 11 l 1 1 1 , COX, James ' 1 ,, DANIEL, Michael 1 ,11 , DARNOLD, Robert 1 L., Q DAVID, James 1, 11 ' A 111 1 1 V1.1 111 'J 1 11 A 311 DAVIS, Cary DONOCHUE, Charles 11, 1 EARLE, George '11 - '11 EASLEY, Stephen 1 1 1 1 I N . 3 '11 1 ' 11l ' ,ii f , EDDLEMAN, William 11 V, , Q ELLSWORTH, Theodore 1 EHRHARDT, Charles ERIKSEN, Clarence 1 . 1 I V 1 11 1 l 1 EVETTS, Sammy EWELL, Alan FENDLEY, Joe 1 FIEGLEIN, Michael 11 111 1 i11 G aoo 1- .141 ,1, We it N,- Delta Sigs and dates at the Greek Formal. Leadership in student affairs distinguished the 1964- 65 academic year for Delta Sigma Phi. With Frank Cain as Student Association Vice-President, Charles Hollinger, Dewane Hollin, and Sonny Tatum as Sena- tors, the Delta Sigs did their share in student govern- ment. Other outstanding members included Bill Ro- zelle, Public Relations chairman of the IFCg Danny Kraus, member of IFC, and cheerleader Chris Leder- man. Delta Sigma Phi not only initiated the largest pledge class this spring, but they also pledged the largest group on campus during the spring rush. The eighty-two members of Delta Sigma Phi par- ticipated in campus projects such as Songfest, Home- coming and Christmas Land. Leading the UH chapter were President Bill Rozelle, Vice-President Wilbur McKinney, Secretary Larry CH- jewski, Treasurer Bill Eddleman, and Sergeant-at-arms Ron Williams. Rozzy Lilly, Sweetheart ,.i' I FITTS Gerald FRANK William GAJEWSK Larry HARTOON Harlan HERBERT Frederick HILLENDAHL Wayne HOLLIN Dewayne HOLLINCER Charlie JANKOWSKI Morris JAKSHA Rick KENNEDY Douglas KENT, Steve Gamma Umega Chapter , ,,,,,,m,,,-,m,,,, d ll , .. l 7, . E l dd lt ! , i .' lid A' 1 I , 3 I ' 5 i I I lx I - X l I 'eekFonml l dinguidied df d Pd. llid 5- e-Preldedl, C. any Tatum e in sludedd s included di ol the lddzl drleader Grid ied the IME pledged def ella Sill' I2 I as Sdldii efaddrddd -L an-1' I V all fgfdfmy X Sfflcllll V d Qilnid KING, Johnny KRAUS, Daniel LAMBERT, Don LAZZARD, Gerard LEDERMAN, Chris LOPEZ, Richard MCKINNEY, Wilbur MCMAHON, Jack NATALE, Joe NOACK, Louis NOLEN, Norman OZMUN, Irwin PACE, Perry PARIS, Wayne PAUL, J on PENNOCK, Cary PRIDGEON, Robert RADLEY, John ROSENBAUM, David ROZELLE, William SAXE, Robert SEVERA, Richard SCHNEIDER, Donald SCHULTZ, Frank SHIRES, James STEPANEK, Joseph SMITH, David STEWART, Ellsworth STEWART, John TATUM, Charles VOULGARIS, James WENMOTH, Thomas WILLIAMS, Charles WILLIS, James WISNER, Evans YODER, Dale 30l Phi Epsilon Pi Q t I i ! 1 Gary Kass and David Kamerling prepare the Phi Epsilon Pi Pizza House for the Carni Gras which never was. Marilyn Borkon, Sweetheart 302 Phi Epsilon Pi's and their dates pose for Ihffan Creek Week Formal. F 1 The lnterfraternity Councills Scholarship Trophy went to Phi Epsilon Pi tl'1iS t year. The trophy is awarded to the fraternity with the highest scholastic average- The development of such high standards of the University of Houston Beta Alpha chapter dates back to its founding on February 1-fl, 1956. Activities such as the Snowflake Ball, the Homecoming Champagne Party, afld the Dream Girl Formal helped establish the strong ties of brotherhood am0N2 the members. ln these and other ways, Phi Epsilon Pi demonstrates the motto y Hlilriendship binds eternallyf' The 1964 officers of the fraternity were Ronnie Gaswirth, presidentg Allen Kapp, vice-presidentg ,lay Sterling, secretaryg Robert Most, treasurerg GHTY Kass, historiang and David Kamerling, parliamentarian. Outstanding Phi Ep,S were Ronnie Caswirth, Whois Who and IFC president, and Allen Kapp, senator, GE College Bowl team, and Greek of the Vlfeek. '1 l. l ll 7477.5 QX n A"" ' 'f H " ' 7P"'l' I w -...x , lr dates loll PIU llc NIH?" l Beta l Pafll l00d lden Sth gill' ' T 6 I' T' l .urffl T H., all E fp, ap? the camera at the Beta lpha Chapter BLANKENSHIP, Ronniq COLBERT, Roy FELDT, Larry GASWIRTH, Ronald COITZMAN, Alfred GRIFFIN, Rodney HALPERIN, Peter HOFFMAN, Steven HORDES, Mark HORN, Jan KAMERLING, David A KAPP, Allen KASS, Gary LEVY, Mark LEVY, Mike MACKLIN, Stuart MOST, Robert ROBERTSON, Alan ROSENBLATT, George SAPER, Alexander SHEINBERG, Mel STALAROW, Harvey STERLING, .laY TUCKER, Aubrey WAGNER, Leland WATTS, Gene WHITMAN, Wayne 303 1 Phi Kappa Theta It's a bird, it's a plane, no-IT'S A SUPER PHI KAPPA THETA. The members of Phi Kappa Theta sang their way to the first place Songfest award for the fourth consecutive year. Amon, their other awards was first place in fraternity football intra? murals for the third consecutive year. One of their greatest honors was the National Phi Kappa Theta Temple Magazine Award. Social Events included the Christmas and New Year's parties the Sweetheart Ball, the St. Patrick's Day Party, and several parties held in conjunction with sororities on campus, Officers of Phi Kappa Theta were outstanding in their Own right. President Tom Barron was a member of Who's Who and Spirits, Corresponding Secretary Jim Kadlecek was elected Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity Man and was a member of the Traffic Appeals Board and Spiritsg Recording Secretary Richard Gagha. gen was Senator, a member of Spirits, and elected Student Government President for the coming year. Other officers were Vice-President Gene Deluke, Historian Bart Truxillo, Treasurer Jimmy Hallmark, and Sergeant-at-Arms Mike Reinecker, Myra Moncrief, Sweetheart 304 BARRON, Allen BARRON, Thomas BAUDAT, Thomas BERGHOLZ, Robert COZART, .lohn CURNEW, .lustin DELUKE, Gene DOUGHERTY, Gerald FACTOR, Ronnie FOERSTER, Charles 1 . the fi' . Am, GV. Magazlr 5 Dame d ESQ lheif M Wll0 if will lk he 'lull' Erd fl Stud ficen ,Q Trcam, Cker. jall lilly. I HIE 1 V,- FURLEY, Edmund GACHAGEN, Richard GUERRERO, Rudy HAGEMEYER, Ray HALLMARK, James HARDIG, John HARDIG, Nicholas KADLECEK, Jim KING, Richard KLEIFGEN, John KOWALCZYK, Wallace LUDWIG, James MCCLURE, Leon MARPLE, Kent MARTINO, Robert MEHAFF EY, Larry MELETON, Raymond MOUSER, Michael NOLEN, Tommy OREAN, Charles OTTOSEN, Donald PALERMO, Sam PEREZ, Ken PERRY, Don PORTER, Morgan RABALAIS, Peter REH, Edward REINECKER, Robert ROBAU, Raul SAUER, Lawrence SCHMERBECK, Rich SCHMERBECK, Vic SIRVELLO, Tony SPINKS, Lee THACKER, William TRUXILLO, Bart VICIRA, Juan WALIGURA, Charles WALKER, Bill WEBSTER, Robert I I I Pi Kappa Alpha il il i- x -it il il ' l E FH rl itil ,ii ii fl 1, r 1. , za ll l ii lx ,, l I 43 li i i " v Participation in Senior Week, Songfegt, and a Houston-wide beautification program, Op. eration Sparkle, were a few of the Coopera. tive activities of the Pikes this year. A reward for their efforts was the third place trophy in Greek Week Songfest. Other activities this year were the Dream Girl Formal in May, the Swamp Party prior to the end of school- and an All-School Dance. A Individual honors were received by Gus Brezina, varsity football letterman, lim Jones and Lou Perry, varsity basketball lettermeng Ronnie Lohr, varsity baseball, and Spirits: and Leonard Carnagey, UH Band Director and Who's Who. Also, Bob Baker, King Ugly, ' and Spirits Jerry Brewer and Gordie White, Founded at the University of Virginia in 1868, the Pikes were led in 1964-65 at the University of Houston, by Mickey Shryock, , President, Eldon Weinmann, Vice-Presidentg i '4 and Jerry Brewer, Secretary. Also, John lily Yancey, Treasurer, and Bill Francis, His- y ,l l torian. lil f , 1 1,1 y 'J 1 E i Pikes are presented with the third place Songfest trophy. iv, lr 1 it l ll BAKER, Robert . ii BARTELS, Fred BARTELS, Ira ii BIRDSELL, John .- i BOHN, Leslie V 1 1 lv ll' X l i V 3 W 23 Q1 BREWER, Jem! ' 1 ll BREZINA, Gus 'A 5 CHEATHAM, Charles ll Q F r CLARK, Willard F i COFFMAN, William I y, l ,fr f l Bike riders flee as notori. y sarseasrrzck DAVIS, William l DEAN, David l J DEAR, Ronald ' l l i '. if X L ,Q K 1 EDMONDSON, Hubert 5 1 '1 EDWARDS, Robert 4 iw 3 ER1cKSoN, Ray Q F EVOLA, Butch ' , FISHER, Tim F gl FRANCIS, William s ll U ll V l W It I R i 306 1 ll E' as ai.-4" 4 ' 'Oi 59110 I by Q, lettenm, OOPEIQ Ali hm .llllg d Spirit- Dired, lf? Wliilfi 'irginia Z- 65 at 11, Shryal President 780, lui ncis, Hg lil ikerid notorious Pike pledge audappi 'l I tr mgli' Jackie Scott, Sweetheart FULENWIDER, David FULENWIDER, Jim FUNCHESS, Jesse GAINES, David GARRETT, Lee GLOVER, Mike COEDDE, Rick HANNSZ, Thomas HARDISON, Gary HEARD, Nolan HANCOCK, Richard HICKS, Taylor HILDRETH, Jamie HOKE, Charles LOEDER, Richard LOHR, Ronnie MARRELLA, Leonard MEDLEY, Dennis MENEFEE, John OLIVE, Len PERROTTA, Jimmy PYLE, Roger RADCLIFFE, Stephen SANDERS, William SHOTWELL, Robert SHRYOCK, Mickey SPATA, Michael STEFFEN, Buddy TAYLOR, John THOMPSON, Donald WALKER, Robert WEAVER, Jack WEINMANN, Eldon WHITACRE, Robert WHITE, Gordie WILDER, John WILLIAMS, Frank WILSON, Larry WILSON, Robert YOUNGBLOOD, Volan Epsilon Eta Chapter C7 T il 45 9 us' Qfy 'T""'? idea? Wi Y' sg-v -M' lb. 'K' ev Z' 1 . -T 5' Phi igma Kappa , 1 Ml . X , I . it ul ft fll 1 l Sfl s . i M Eli y. xt in . lt V. 1 l ,Q Jerry Wood extends a welcoming hand to rushees at the Phi Sig front door-an excellent example of fraternity in its true sense. 'l I l .t 1 l Thanksgiving baskets to the needy was one of the new philanthropic projects of Phi Sigma Kappa. They also collected Christmas toys in conjunction with Delta Zeta for Ben Taub Hospital patients. P Among the outstanding parties of the year were the Roaring Twenties Party, the P ft High Society Party, the Western Rodeo Party, the Moonlight Formal, and the Spring p fe Picnic. The chapter also participated in intramurals, Songfest, and Senior Week. p Many of the members of Phi Sigma Kappa held influential positions on campus. Among these were Pat Gumienny, Wardeli of the lnterfraternity Council and senator, tl . Charles Idol, Phi Theta Kappag Jerry Wood, Phi Theta Kappa, and Pete Maroney, l' Houstonian Sports Editor. Q pg Lea-ding the Phi Sigs were President Patrick Gumienny, Vice-President Charles Idol, l f Secretary Dale Lowe, Treasurer Ronald Shank, Sentinel John Hamilton, and Rush Cap- , tain Louis Young. .l K. I gl . : .y it H . 4 4 L S . 1 l, Q l Karen Effinfrer, Sweetheart 1 l D , l I 1 , p T w ' l l l , l ll Qt l l l 1 ll rl 2528 Calumet Phi Sigs Mike Winkler and Ed Warren assisting a resisting rushee, ROHHY Robb. . t ! 308 Q. Y WA Nil H W . -,f L, ..,,.,.,..... , , f...- -.W - Q- 1 E . . W , - of Phi eta for ty, the Spring ampus. BIIHIOIQ aroney. as Idol CBP e, Roll ANDRE, Mike ARBAUGH, Linton BLAIR, Robert BRINKMAN, Patrick BROWN, Geoffrey CATES, Don EAST, Tracy GREEN, Floyd GREENE, John GREGG, J ay GUMIENNY, Patrick HAKEMACK, Mark HAMILTON, John HATCH, Neal HENDERSON, Martin IDOL, Charles JECMENEK, Leonard KARNS, Lester LEAL, Alfred LOWE, Dale MARONEY, Pete MARTIN, Robert OSBORNE, Charles PARKER, Jim PEGUES, William PEIN E, Walter PHILLIPS, Olton ROBB, Ronald ROGGE, Douglas SCHWALM, Robert SHANK, Ronald SMITH, Douglas STROHBEHN, J on TAYLOR, Jack TRAHAN, Randall VINCENT, Donald WARREN, Ed WINKLER, Michael WISE, Charlm WRIGHT, Michael MURPHY, Thomas OVERCASH, Wayne HOFFMAN, Tony WILLOBY, Randolph WOOD, Jerry YOUNG, Lovis s-.-...-.m,.-..-- . , i ma Alpha Epsilon A slow-motion boxing match was the SAF.'s entry in the Senior Week Skit competition. Participation in many activities was emphasized in the 1964--65 aca- demic year for Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Among these were intramurals, Homecoming, and Greek Week. The outstanding social events included the Spring Formal, the Founder's Day Banquet, and the Prohibition Party. SAE also hosted a Christmas party for orphans. Outstanding SAE's include Tim Palmquist, varsity basketball, Phi Theta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappag John Moore, Dick Marshall, Ben Aming, and Rich Apolskis, varsity basketballg Les Hewitt, tennis let- terman, Who's Who, Van Smith, varsity baseball, Mike Spratt, varsity footballg and Ted Link, Interfraternity Council and Outstanding Frater- nity Man for 1964-65. This year's officers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon were President Robert H. Peterson, Vice-President Jeff McKenna, Secretary Dean Damon, Treasurer Alan Hendricks, and Pledge Trainer Lee Doggett. Pat Baer, Sweetheart 3lO 2 z Robert Peterson accepts the Most Cooperative Fraternity Award for the SAE?- ll Md- -:int Lin 1, di -4 ,Aww , +gL? Y V V .- -fixes. ABBEY, Ronald ARNING, Ben APOLSKIS, Richard BARNHART, Cliff BENSON, Steven CARPENTER, Charles DAMON, Dean DOGGETT, Thomas TREVATHAN, James FARLEY, James GILLEON, Byron HAGGARD, Mike HARRELSON, Garrett HENDRICKS, Alan HEWITT, Lester JACOBUS, Patrick KNOX, Roger LINDSEY, Sam LINK, Ted MARSHALL, Richard MARTIN, JAMES MCKENNA, Paul MOORE, John PALMQUIST, Timothy PATTERSON, Emery PERKOLA, William PETERSON, Robert PETTIT, Robert RHEW, Frank SMITH, Van SPRATT, Michael TANNER, James TRENATHAN, Robert WELBORN, Andy SAE,s prepare to tackle Phi Kap ball carrier. ,, Q.g.ag.m,g 5.4.1. ,,. Si ma Chi Sigma Chi Johnny Ramsey takes part in Senior Week skit with football player Jack Skog. l 1 ' ALFANO, Sammy ATHEY, Wallace H ATWELL, Rich BARBOUR, Mike BERGER, Jim BOREN, Gary BROWN, David BROWNING, James BURRIS, James CAMPAU, Jackson CHIARAMONTE, Michael COBB, Christopher CRAIN, Newton II CROCKETT, John CULLATHER, Patri DACUS, Buddy DILLARD, Carvel ESTES, Wynn FOSTER, Frank GAMACHE, Bob 3l2 - ' - x,.... YYY... . .xi ' --' ff 1- -' - 5 ck Fall Sigma Chi pledges began their fraternity careers in the new Sigma fraternity house, Twenty men were pledged in the fall, and seven. teen were pledged for the spring semester. Among Sigma Chi's outstanding members for the year were Mike Hill, member of the ln. terfraternity Council, Bill Worrell, cheerleader and baseball player. Also, Jess Hines, Ken Windham, Mike Hill, and Tom Wise are mem- bers of the track team. Mike Barbour, and pledges Bo Burris, Ronnie George, Mike Payte, Jim Berger, Johnny Jones, Barry Sides, and Richard Stotter are members of the football team. Q Sigma Chi participated in many events dur- ing the year. Among these were a Christmas party for orphans, a French party, Derby Day, and the Sweetheart Formal. Leading the Sigma Chis for the 1964-65 year were President Buddy Dacus, Vice-Presi- dent Chuck Steffler, Secretary Ron Spratt, Treasurer Arnold Knoche, Pledge Trainer Tom Hanley, Historian Ken Windham, Tribune Lar- ry Nannan, and Chapter Editor, Mike Chiara- monte. Diane Hensley, Sweetheart 's 1 A eiwirfi r . .T '- E5 ' K nil L 1 GEORGE Ronnie FRASSEDONIO Allen HILL, Carl HILL, Edward HINES, Jess JACKSON, KCI1 Epsllon X1 Chapte J G' I I -,. , an N ,, Q , 1 1 I o o 1 I' I l l , I , , V,-Sh -K 4 1 5 5, 151' 1 " l 1 Hier J, l 1 llollxa Wien ter Ember I llle ln, erleadgf sa KEN 9 mem. fra and ,Paytg ess Hllll football its dur- ,ristmas Jy Day, 1961-65 e-Presi- Sprall. er Tom me lar- ,Chiara- , 14 4 i ' 1 l JACKSON, Milton JONES, John KINSER, James KNOCHE, Arnold LEWIS, Edwin LOWE, Ronald MCKENZIE, Robert McHATTON, John MacLAUGHLIN, Guy III MARSH, William MILHOAN, Tommy SPRATT, Ron NANNEN, Larry NISSON, John O'DELL, John PAYTE, Michael PEEBLES, Theo PETTY, Don POKLUDA, Ronald POLOS, George PRYMAS, Joseph RAMIREZ, Alexander RAMSEY, Johnny RANKIN, Roger RAYBURN, John RENTTEN, J effrey SIDES, Robert STANISLAUS, Jim STEFFLER, Bruce STEFFLER, Charles STEVENS, Gus STINSON, Marray Jr. STINSON, William STOTTER, Richard SUCHER Rlch , ' ard VON URQUIDY, Cilbeet WELLS, Richard WALTON, Greg WILSON, Carl WINDHAM, Kenneth WISE, Tommy WORRELL, William I ,av K-. vi 1 3I3 ,-,- , , ..,, WW, Y igma u Sigma Nus Hopper Livingston, Mason Neeley, and Robert Downs race for their plot on the Carni Gras grounds. The Sigma Nus, founded in 1369, are still thinking of new things today to bring fun and excitement to college life at the University of Houston. To prove this, the Sigma Nus started the Hlsittle 500" bicycle race, which was held in the spring. Along with the Newman Club and Chi Omega Sorority, the Sigma Nus won the Senior Week competition and took part in intramurals and Homecoming activities. Sigma Nus who were outstanding on campus were Tim Wood, president of Phi Theta Kappa and John Badger, Secretary of the Interfraternity Council. Other prominent Sigma Nus were Bo Smith, president of Spirits, and Tommy Cammack, Secretary-treasurer of Spirits. Social events of the year were the White Rose Formal, the Gambler's Ball, the Playboy Formal, and the annual Zeta Chi Conference. Helping to further Sigma Nu success were Bo Smith, president, Tommy Bryan, vice-president, Steve Chitwood, secretary, and Wayne Hancock, treasurer. Other officers were John Groves, Historian. ,r -ser A W Judi Cerny accep-ts roses from Sigma Nu President Bo Smith as uGirl of the Month." l Kendella Baker, Sweetheart 3l4 ALEXANDER, John BOYETT, Bradley BRYAN, Thomas CARR, Fred Ir. CASAS, Johnny Jr. CHAPMAN, Ed CHITWOOD, Steve COLLIER, Boyd III DENNIS, William DOWNES, Robert FINCH, Robert GARRETT, Eugene Jr. rf P r i I 1 E v i .1-f?!x W -A V ,,..e--2 , --. ., I J I, Xa 1 0 im I I il wig ll ,X Lu CEE, Thomas GROVES, John HANCOCK, Norman HARDY, John HEAD, John HENDERSON, Raymond HUDGINS, Jim JOHNSON, Roy JUDD, Kenneth KNIPE, Ben LAMAR, Jim LANGE, John LAW, William MATTINGLY, Joseph McMAKIN, James MORRISS, John Ill NAY, Sam NEELY, Mason PLEASANT, Philip PORTER, Stephen POWELL, John REHKOPT, Romani Ross, Rick SAXE, James SINGLETON, David SMILEY, Bruce SMITH, Thad SONNE, George STEPHENS, John STRICKLER, Tom SWEATT, James SWEENEY, Jerome SWOFFO-RD, Gerry SZIY, Steven VAN LOOZEN, Jim WHIDDON, Michael WILLIAMS, Robert WOOD, Tim WOODALL, John YEAGER, Robert -. A- '..1." .L ', Gamma Alpha Chapter 3l5 Campus leaders lifted the ranks of Sigma Phi Epsilon of the 1964-65 school year. Among the outstanding members were Frank Biker, Interfraternity Council Representative and senator, Mike Douglas, senator and member of Spirits, Brad Clements, senatorg Gage Powell and Van Roll, mem. bers of Spirits, and Dave Miller, Interfraternity rep Colm. cil Representative, donn counselor, and a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta and Phi Eta Sigma. Social contacts were very important in the lives of the Sig Eps. Among their numerous events were the Queen of Hearts Ball in the spring, the annual Jamaican Party, and the Artists, and Models' Ball. Members of Sigma Phi Epsilon were also very active in intramural sports, Senior Week, and Greek Wieek. Officers elected for the 1964-65 school year were Presi- dent Van Roll, Vice-President Gary Miller, Secretary Ronald Klinger, Treasurer Bob Salter, and Recorder Bob Miller. Leavin thelr cares behind the Sig Eps engoy the social side of college life. Sig Eps present the1r 1965-66 sweetheart, Ann HEARN, Billy HOLBERG, Robert HORTON, Donald JENKINS, Richard KLINGER, Ronald LEEVER, Terry LITTLEFIELD, Jack MILLER, John NEVILLE, Robert PERKINS, William POWELL, Gage RAY, Dan REDDRICK, Mike RIKER, Frank ROLL, Van SALTER, Robert SANBORN, David SPARKS, Warren STONE, James TARTER, .Ierry THIRLWALL, Dan WALKER, Phil WARREN, George WILLARD, Phillip WOESTEMEYER, Ro nnie BLACK, William Robert BRANDT, Richard CAFFERTY, Paul CARTER, Robert CLEMENTS, Bradley CRUM, Glen DOUGLAS, Michael ELMORE, Jerry FARR, Jay HALL, Richard HALTOM, Guy IFC REPRESENTATIVES: Danny Foster, Eldon Weinmann, Roger Knox, Mason Neely, Mike Hill, Bo Smith, Lariy Wilson, Allen Kapp, and Dean Damon. Promotion of scholarship and welfare of the university were the main objectives of the 1964-65 lnterfraternity Council. A trophy was awarded to the fraternity having the highest scholastic average, and a donation was made to the new Religion Center. 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'17 , Preparing scale models of structures occupies a great deal of an architecture student's time. This t hard-worklng student peers through a "window" of his project. J ' 322 fmt f f 59 Ma, Me Wff Z 4 wt, f. UHAS MEMBERS-FRONT ROW: George Chern, Bart Truxillo, Clinton Frankman, Donald Springer, Robert Stove. SECOND ROW: Ronald Walker, Jon Carr, Dale Courtin, Clyde Barton, D. E. Williams, James Powers. THIRD ROW: H. W. Linnstaedter, Dale Willingham, Janet Urban, Warren Marquard, Cara Cummings, Paul Martin, Arthur 'De Alba, Edward Valeri. FOURTH ROW: Rick Rice, Dub Ham- ilton, Mike Johnson, Boyd Copeland, Jeanne Sheridan, Robert Jones, Lyndon Applewhite, Paul MHYCUXQ Shelby Goodman, Paul Gainey, Joe Ferreri. FIFTH ROW: Joe Lamas, Sandra Mitchell. BACK ROW! Robert Lerch, Mike Calloway, Charles Darilek, B011 Bosworth, Dick Jost, Peter Eichenlaub, Allan Wies- berg, L. H. McDonald, Lee Maxwell, Lannie Lesher. W"'P!."4"' 'I l i i 1 v 1. ' ' swf' '- :- -- iii , t ,, fit 'll in l I lil l rge Chem ' I Sptinsff- 5 lalker,lt1 y William, innstaedlff- llarqtlttl- ,DQ .llltl Illulallti' 5 slltllllfi ll llalm I eri. lim .ct Htl? lgrlltki liar it mit W' University of Houston -at t Architectural Society The University of Houston Architectural So- ciety helps members to further their knowl- edge of architecture by various projects and activities. Slides, speakers, and a trip to the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, supplemented UH architec- ture courses. On the trip to Yucatan, members of UHAS studied the architecture of the an- cient Mayans. Aside from film studies of different tech- niques and methods, UHAS sponsored this year several social events at Galveston, a costume Halloween party, and a Christmas party. UHAS OFFICERS: Herbert Linnstaedter fAdvisorD, Dick Jost, George Chern, Sandra Mitchell, Jon Carr, Paul Martin. '- -- Ls. .2 J- - ,'f,Qv,"' ARCHITECTURE 4,8 21 Q3 i QNX, ' Wat Irghe Gfchitecture building provides a study as well as a work owever N E ,,. .1 I l i u 4.6 tt if I V ' I A A fy' 1 , ' . f 5,51 in A area . . . UHAS member Warren Marquard seems to have found his area I of the room slightly cramped for studying. 323 t y 4 6 it H V 1 t t mf, ATL.: . "'n' " - --llvwvra, -V il,-Nc , A U , 5, COMMUNICATION ARTS . Q , l i , i P1 it 2 it li . ti i ji 1 B t A FRONT ROW: Hamp Mabry, RuNell Stitt, Jim Dalby, Carl Cerjes, Becky Red, .Carolyn Terry, Alfredo Criado. SECOND ROW: Steve Hedding, Julia IC 'Q 5 Donoho, Roger Hodkin. BACK ROW: Kerry Richards, T. C. Battm fAdv1s0rJ, Richard Brandt, Blake Wade, Ross Strader, Patrick Welch, Fred Smith, C1 Z' g Fred Schultze, David Coons. Sl' T A l ha E silon A l P P A ii T Rh T. "A Shooting in Town," a documentary film on C t movie-making, was instrumental in the presentation of A the 1964 first-place award in national competition to tty the University of Houston chapter of Alpha Epsilon t Rho radio-television fraternity. As a result, Houston t AERho members acted as hosts for the national con- T vention in April. It t For the second consecutive year, UI-las chapter was named as the most outstanding in the United States, at the convention. E t ' , Pre-requisites for membership in this society include a 3.0 average in radio-television -courses and a 2.5 over- Bs it . 3 , 1 all grade average. Members must also demonstrate AE.Rho'ers RuNell Stitt, Kerry Richards, and Dave Coons invested much time in film I T interest in activities pertinent to their field. Prepafflfifm and review for C0UfCSf USC- it i ... Q 1 t S " .. ti il F T! 1 t i t l ' I - i 3 Y Y t I T i C ,Q Steve Hedding, AERho vice-president, prepares to introduce guest speakers Paul Berlin and Cordon Maclsendon at the National AERho Convention hosted 2 - l y by Houston. T 4 324 1t.i.fltr ei, , C - iivfk- ' iw :.rf' "" M' ' ,frx Q. COMMUNICATION ARTS 1 ,Julia KAPPA ALPHA MU-FRONT ROW: Larry Lothringer, Bob Robinson, Ross Strader IAdvisorJ. SECOND ROW: Tony Turbeville, King Wong, Alfredo Smilh, Criado, Nancy Smith, Ben Pearlman, Ann Cenett. BACK ROW: John Daigle, Jim Kadlecek, Charlie Sicola, Mike Cook, Fred Schultz, Don Brady, Ray Black- SlUllC. ' 0 Kappa Alpha Mu lgma Delta Chl Kappa Alpha Mu is the University of Houston student affiliate "Ye shall know the Truth, and the Truth shall set you free." of the national photo-journalism fraternity. Both are dedicated to This Biblical quote sums up the aim of Sigma Delta, men's pro- the advancement of the profession. fessional journalism society. KAM members do photography for Student Publications, for Debates on civil rights and the possibility of an invasion were fraternity and sorority socials, and for competition with other sponsored by SDX this year to better inform University of Hous- chapters. ton students in these areas. Members of KAM entered pictures in the National KAM Photo The purpose of Sigma Delta Chi is to group together the men I' Contest, the results of which were announced at the National Con- of the profession and to keep alive the interchange of ideas. f vention in April. Eight KAM members attended the week-long Sigma Delta Chis helped with the sale of the Cougar Coloring ' 3 convention in Miami, Florida. Proceeds from projects were 11565 Book and collected clothing, food, and gifts for a needy family J to finance the KAM trip. H during Christmas. ne in lilm I.:E COMMUNICATION ARTS lik' EISQMA DELTA C 0 G t' rrezg SECOND ROW: Tony Turbeville, Jim Barnett, Bobby Carter: BACK W: R . HI-FRONT ROW: Marcus.Stern, John Daigle, Scar U le OSS Sherohman, Dave White, Don Lamkin. if- ' 325 1..awn' .. COMMUNICATION ARTS THETA SIGMA PHI-FRONT ROW: Dana Wilson, Betty Williford, Alice S-trarup. BACK ROW: Ann Genett, Beth Janes, Nancy Smith, Edith Bell, Lou Ellen Hoffman, Dru Lodge, Susan Metcalf, Linda White., Theta Sigma Phi Writer's Club Theta Sigma Phi, womenis communication arts fraternity, spon- sored the 1964-65 Cougar Coloring Book, which was designed and composed by members. This was only one of the Theta Sig proj- ects this year. A Other projects were the sponsoring of the annual Best-Dressed Coed contest and ushering at the April uliadies of the Pressn breakfast, sponsored by the Houston professional Theta Sigma Phi chapter. Its activities helped the rapidly-growing organization to fur- ther its purposes: to unite women engaged in all fields of com- munication and to maintain high professional standards. ENGLISH Members of the Writer's Club edit and publish The Harvest, a literary anthology of stories, poetry, essays, plays, and illustra- tions by University of Houston students and faculty. Any UH student or faculty member may submit manuscripts for publication in The Harvest. The purpose of the Writer's Club, in addition to producing The Harvest, is to promote fellowship among students who are seriously interested in writing fiction, poetry, essays, and plays. The club holds monthly meetings at which members and pros- pective members read their manuscripts. WRITER'S CLUB OFFICERS: George Rivera, Evelyn Osman Tolbert, Margaret McVey. 326 YY '-7 " ""' RV, ,..4K l l g 1 I l x l l idilh Bel, e Harmf. ,ul illuslrs- nanusclip rorluclng ll is who are li I and plays. 5 andp Iif' l l 5 rl S eech Department The Speech Department sponsored three main activities: the UH Debate Program, the Speech and Hearing Clinic, and the Readers' Theater. These three activities are open to all students of the UH- The 30 debaters on the squad traveled to eight states and cap- tured one tournament sweepstakes, six first places, and three second places. Debaters also won individual awards. The Speech and Hearing Clinic serves as a training laboratory for majors in Speech and Hearing Therapy. Aproximately 40-50 children and adults were enrolled in the clinic last year. Readers' Theatre group presented six performances this year. Materials were taken from such authors as Stephen Vincent Benet, and Thomas Wolf. DEBATE TEAM-FRONT ROW: William English. SECOND ROW: Beverly Ward, Step- hanie Johnstone. THIRD ROW: William Gor- don, Martin Guinn, Mike Kelly, Dan Wood. FOURTH ROW: Ray Vitulli, Jack Burkhead, Robert Kendrick, Sid Wohlman. BACK ROW: Jeff Riggenback, Ira Garrison, Rusty McMains Henry Allee. 3 READERS' THEATRE -FRONT ROW: Peggy Barton, Donald Streeter, Beth Tucker. BACK ROW: W. W. Barton, Bonnie Buenger, Michael Chiara monte, RuN ell Stitt, Aubrey Tucker, Bill Jordan. l .., Y SPEECH, H cumc - FEQSWQI ROW: Genevieve Arnold fllifecrorh. SECOND ROW: Rose Plitt, Aa- gen LYUIHH, Phyllis .oneyculfa .llldy Math- ES' Kat' Cllpters. BACK GSW! Bill Puckett, Cryl B11f0l'd, Elva Connelly, Mikki Pellet- geri' Abagail Overlon enneth Crow' ' :.:E.L1.HIi6Fl. -f 11 "H Y 5 V 16 ...L i E , 5 5 4 LQ!-QW' . gy! 4,,:i,lV ,J-f ,' fniff A In Y 3 A,.i If j im 1 2 1 T. s .J , J "-" 2 n- f J 1 a L2 0 . 1 f 1 . ., , -. f.,'. 1 L ,U 1 I I, If 1 I, 4 , N141-', 1 I , 5' Iei 1' q w' A 4,4 -1 1 ? , ' ' I 1 1 f' ,J f , 4 1 ,I l , 1 , , VY Ugg? -gl qvrhzi Q 'I L, :air 55: p - 1 - 1 3 . - Y , . lg' '- Mgfjfs' '-" -'gasig :'."n, 15-F' -," . h ,. 1: A A :r sm! I ' H E f f - ,ffl P' bviigw bf 1. 5 ai' ' .1,. 3 f 934 N 5 - , - V- W 13 "', ' -ffgam ff 'Z' N if . .1 Y K A :firm X A 2. Q Lui Wyzgg al! ,:fM qf:a. .,,, f ,, tj 3' . L eng J -,ff -:,,Qf , A 3-::,,-:T-JLZATV, M. 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' " . - 1 , 1 . . - - , - K ' .,,,. .. . . .1. , .4 .,. x. ., g . . . lg F , , ' , lf: , QUE' f'- 5?- wi 7 . -, . 0 nd 'YW -I . .ri YN, ' INV mf A Q ,, In vp.. . .,..f it-f---f '-M ' was-1' MUSIC Chorus Membership in both Chorus and Orchestra is open to all stu- dents at the University of Houston. Dr. Merrills Lewis is in charge of the choir. The UH choir presented its annual Christmas Concert at Cullen Auditorium and performed at Christmas Programs. In March, the members sang at the last performance of the Houston symphony. At the spring concert, Dr. Lewis conducted his own composition of "Blue and Crayi' which he dedicated to the 1964-1965 choir. Students received 1 semester hour credit for the three hours per week they spent in chorus class. MUSIC Orchestra I T Professor James Matthews is in charge of not only the Univer- sity of Houston Band, but also the Orchestra. A well-known composer and director, Samuel Adler, directed the UH Orchestra this year in one of his own compositions. This was their first performance of the season in Cullen Auditorium. In April Mr. Matthews conducted the Orchestra in its spring con- cert in Cullen Auditorium. Music students enrolled in the orchestra for credit receive 1 semester hour as well as the necessary experience in their field. 330 ...laolq ' L - - - , . - -. .- I W 4 A I I 1 - 1 V 1 . DRAMA AND MUSIC -- AAA' l w OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: Lillian Dows, Barbara Miscoe, Carol Cohen. BACK ROW: Elaine Horton, Peggy Myers, Kathy Newhouse, ' Willo Brotherton, Lorelei Baum. Phi Beta A formal recital given in November was the largest project of the year for Phi Beta, professional fraternity for women in the fields of music, drama, and speech. For their annual service project, Phi Beta members collected and sent all extra music materials to the University of Manila to help start a music department there. Other activities included candlelight services for graduates and l the joining with Pi Alpha Alpha, alurnnae chapter of Phi Beta, in honoring their national patrons with a reception. The purpose of Phi Beta is to give its members practical ex- perience in a professional setting. This is achieved at weekly meet- ings and at public recitals. FRONT ROW: Carole Burke, Pamela Laird, Darla Braswell, Donna Holberg, Willo Brotherton. SECOND ROW: Judy Frye, Donna Aquilina, Peggy MYCYS, Barbara MiSC0e, Ronnie Martin, Stephanie Johnstone, Lorelei Baum. BACK ROW: Lillian Dows, Betsy Jorden, Gloria Hessling, Elaine Horton, Kathy Newhouse, Carol Cohen, Moreland Kortkamp, fFaculty Advisorl. 332 YI L , , 7 ,, , A, I V 1 4 I I u I .,, V l . DRAMA AND MUSIC .,, ' ...'sam'wj,i, ' ' g , ,,,U , ,W , V, V f,,n, My f fwfw,, I I I RED MASQUE PLAYERS-FRONT ROW: Penelope Bullock, David Winegardner, Kaye Menton, Kay Bonham, Dennis Medley, Cathie Goforth, Remmie Smith. SECOND ROW: Sharon Weldon, Elizabeth Rothwell, Gary ,lackson,'Bob Beelsie, Bob McCartney, Richie Levy, Faustin Baron, Ron Coleman, PH John Shaw. THIRD ROW: David Larson CAdvisorJ, David Lindeman, Richard Palmer, Julie Simpson, Dana Paskusz, Ron Ballenger, Fracine Winkel, rye, Michael Levin, Elaine Horton, Judy Shearer, Julie Bales, Sharon Levine, Ronnie Martin. BACK ROW: Kerri Holcomb, Charron Maloch, Kerry Richards, F01 Richard Nix. get Red Masque Players The objectives of the Red Masque Players, University of Hous- ton drama society, are to aid and render service to all UH theatri- cal activities. Members are encouraged to perform, design, and direct minor productions. A This year, several members of the Players performed a musical skit during Cougar Christmasland. Other services included usher- ing, selling soft drinks, and arranging publicity for various pro- ductions. HOME ECONOMICS Beta Lambda 4'What to Wear With What" was the theme for Beta Lambda's autumn fashion clinic. Students who comprise the membership of i Beta Lambda home economics organization strive for the pro- fessional development of home economics through participation in such clinics. Several activities helped this year to raise money for the an- nually-awarded Beta Lambda scholarship. Among these were the , style show, several luncheons, and the sale of fruit at Christmas. I I BETA LAMBDA: Darnell Churchill, Kathy Cushion, Bonnie Berube, Sandy Bateman, Mary Louise Clay, .Ian Grossman, Mary Ann Odell, Cheryl Pampe. 334 ,fx ...af - lh, lltlllmig 1 Colemrr HC Winlfl I Richards, la Lamllfe ruberslrip lf :or the pr ticipalion for the at ese were lf it Chrislrf il HONHIECONOBHCS PHI UPSILON OMICRON-FORWARD: Judith Renker. SECOND ROW: Blanche Gore fAdvisorl, Ellen Cline Fay Anthis CAdvisorD THIRD ROW' Vcma Medealfv Cosette Harper' Mfugaret Murray' Barbara Gibson, -I0dY I-'Ovens Ca1'01 AUdCfS0n, Jildy Bell, Dorothy Richards Betty Keels Neva Steelliammer FOURTH ROW: JCHIICIIC LIHCHCY, Bonnie Bembe, Shirley' Mills, F1'21UZiSka Justl, Sandy Bateman, LaZelle Hudkins, Ann Papavasscllibu, Peggy O'Connor, Belly Hensley, Alice Hahn, Betty Mortenson, Carol Moore. Phi Upsilon Omicron Six hundred pounds was the amount of fudge sold this year by the Alpha Tau Chapter of Phi Upsilon Omicron, national honorary frat- ernity for home economics majors. The proceeds were used to send representatives to the fraternity,s district meeting in May and to the national conclave. Scholarship is successfully upheld by members of Phi Upsilon Omicron. The required grade average is 3.0 or above. Annually, the home economics scholarship group awards a scholar- ship covering tuition, fees, and books to a UH home economics major. Le uartier Latin Le Quartier Latin, the University of Houston organization for students of French, promotes interest in the study of the French Language and French civilization. Academic achievement is promoted through a scholarship spon- sored by Le Quartier Latin for summer study in France. Other ac- tivities give the students a chance to study the language and civiliza- tion beyond the scope of the classroom. Friendship among members was encouraged this year by an annual Spaghetti Supper. Service is achieved through the selling of UNICEF Christmas Cards on the UH campus. LANGUAGES LE QUART ND ROW- Annette Simons Gene Loveless Betty Hurst Janie Hilgen Ann L' b' - IER LATIN-FORWARD: Patricia Johnson, HCIIYY Human' SECO ' . P 'A h P P' I M - B' 1 K h B ilf S Tile lg,ElleeI1 Baird, Karen Basham Dan Butler. THIRD ROW: Jane Malin fSponsor?, Janice Wallace, at uc ter, at erc e, Septic ure , at a o ras , l xas Anderson, Linda Fetters BACK ROW' Arlette Keene Rosemary Jones, Bill Erwin, Mary Michaels, Barbara Boldt, Janet Ram . SCIENCE ,-, Assault I .M-get 'N - AED-FRONT: Harold Scott. SECOND ROW: George Vaughan, Edgar Cortes, Pansy Lo. THIRD ROW: Michael Ryan, Barry Horwitz, Catherine Cominsky, advisor, Elliot Rose. FOURTH ROW: Doug Rutherford, Dan Smith, Melton Graham, Gene Smith. Alpha Epsllon Delta Observation of cardiovascular surgery was a chief activity fpr ilklpha Epsilon Delta, professional fraternity for pre-medical stu- ents. Excellence through such projects is the aim of AED members. They strive to show the importance of a liberal education in the study of medicine. Another purpose of AED, to promote scholarship, is carried out by the annual awarding of the Catherine Cominsky Scholar- ship to an outstanding pre-med, pre-dental student. SCIENCE Amerlcan Chemlcal Society The American 'Chemical Society, an organization for students in chemistry and chemical engineering, serves as a ob clearing house for members. It also acquaints students with information on engi- neering in industry which is unavailable in the classroom. Guest lecturers and tours of local chemical plants provides the student with the techniques and procedures of engineering in in- dustry. Picnics, sponsored by ACS, give students a chance to relax with fellow chemical engineering students. ACS-FIRST ROW: W. E, Wentworth, adviser, Judy Kitchens, Joan Blanchard, Norman Carnahan, Sharon Cornelius, John Migliavacca, Bill Vaughan, Mildred Gartz, Gerald Neal, Robert Henry, John Perry, Jim Brummet, James Osina. SECOND ROW: Mike Cordor, Ronald Horn, Steve Scott, Eniaf Goerland, Vice-president, Ann Klein, Mike Childers, Don Bliss, Richard Morrison, C. B. Johnston, advisor. I 336 Callifnv al lor stuclenlsl tlearinglf: ation on sr: lssroom. 5 ptovillesi neering ll i 2 to relax lf SCIENCE if -5 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS-FRONT ROW: H. K. Reynolds, R. Johnson. SECOND ROW: Gloria Mackey, Earl Johnson, Joan Cagnon, Cordon Tobey, Mike Burns, Ronald Borochoff, Ron Keller, Jack Levitt. THIRD ROW: Jane Rider, A. J. Russel, Jr., Edgar Cortes, John McCaskill, Jacob Glaicli, Al Jan. BACK ROW: Dennis McDonald, Charles DeJohn, Richard Lord, Sammy Hayward, Howard Schmidt, Daniel Gibbons. American Institute Slgma P1 of Physlcs Co-sponsored seminars with Sigma Pi Sigma highlighted the 1961-65 efforts of the UH chapter of the American Institute of Physics to create an atmosphere of physics on the campus. Guest speakers, some of whom were graduate students, led the discussions. Technical films were also shown at meetings. These and other methods allowed the students to share ideas among themselves and be introduced to the experiences of prominent people in the world of physics. Slgma Weekly seminars and discussions conducted by outstanding physicists keep Sigma Pi Sigma members informed of current de- velopments in physics. The objective of Sigma Pi Sigma, national physics honor fra- ternity, is to help students achieve excellence, and to recognize academic excellence in physics. Sigma Pi Sigma members attempt to gain the same excellence in play as in work. Socials included the annual picnic and Christ- mas party. SCIENCE -x J , SIGMA PI SI I . -bb S N Ong Lee V, Sivaram Murty, Ronald Borochoff, Beverly Chen, Chen-kun Chang, i fr cr GMAPFRONT ROWS Chel-Mel Chou, Dfm G1 ons' 00 Y D ' W . BACK ROW: Tom Hudson. H. M. North, Leon 1, Blgollil Gmlon Long- SECOND ROW: Hal ohnson R. E. Collins, Charles DeJohn, H. K. Reynolds, Alton HITCH ye , if 1 .I , raver' R4 H. Walker, C. W. Zabel, John Kern. l ses:-s-mann-N SCIENCE .,,, Q Was 'fp 1 xi' 'HREF Mmm BMW? Pre-Medical, Pre-Dental Society ? , FRONT: Barry Horwitz. SEQ. OND ROW: Fred Royce, Edgar Cortes, Rudolph Zepeda, Jud Hin, derson. THIRD ROW: David Eaves, Karl Wedel, Hjldnd Rhodes, Elliott Rose. FOURTH ROW: Mike Callagher, Howard Cash, Michael Ryan, Paul Dgs. cant. BACK ROW: Peter Rojas Judy Vance, Catherine Cominsky fSponsorJ. Three 3100 scholarships were awarded to members of the Pre- The social spirit of the society centered around the ,lune banquet, Medical, Pre.Dental Society in May. , the Christmas party, and the end-of-finals beach party. This embodies the spirit of this society wherein the desire of the Also, included in the years' activities was the honoring of War- student is oriented solely toward the fields of medicine, dentistry, ren G, Harding, Dean of the Galvegtgn Branch of the University gf and allied professions. Texas Medical School at a luncheon. FRONT: Michael Ryan. SECOND ROW: Douglas Owens, Tommy Langham, Clinton Weber, Phil Haynes. THIRD ROW: Rodney Hutto, Bill Herren, Carol Cuen- ther. Victor Sim, Jeff Bergman. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Riedel, Beverly Riedel, Susan Peters, George Vaughn, Michael Parson. BACK ROW: Albert Reyes, Cor- liss Blockwick, Harriet Bayer, Robert Meador, Terry Bass. 38 -.. il,,..Y.....-,Y We .K FORWARD: Sid Burgess. SECOND ROW: Richard Hall, Albert Ruiz Exelyn Byess Betty Stewart Wayne Poldraclt James ,lone BACK ROW: Rogers Rogerts, Theron Dossey, Lawrence Kalinec Durward Tonn Howard Collins John Carey DerrellC1e horn Joe Hubenak Accounting Society The purpose of the Accounting Society is to prepare its members for the business world. The monthly meetings of the society bring together future accountants and members of the business community whose personal experiences D H D D WARD Wade Monroe' Roland Ingrando' SECOND ROW: Nelbert Cor ey :Tum HF 1dOCg:il1coJeBrdf PZ1ilerRo e1rDhAleXZ:SceIi ale St 6 Nick Bramlett, Douglas Mohr. BACK ROW: Herbert Kemp Davld G Cf fe Y lm Fouls, ssional tation- ,mem- :t with lgspon- ,ft ADS ggqmti the ov pg , Sill l 5, fe lm ADVERTISING ,-2' faq F' A . A ' V 'e-"-- . .,., f F.. . 'J E' r"' S p 'lux'-'N' 1 v I 'fr A ' 1. - I. s 5 ' .1-fifw -E :-wx ' GAMMA ALPHA CHI-FORWARD: Beth Janes, Carolyn Hartnett. BACK ROW: Hildegarde Hoquee, Kathie Graham, Kathc Morinicrc, Carlos Schumann, Eileen Purdy, Richard Brien fSponsorD, Lou Letts, Isabel Vestal, Marcia Petersen. Gamma Alpha Chi Co-sponsorship of the student directory was one of the many activities of Gamma Alpha Chi, the only national advertising fra- ternity for women. Members of the UH branch of this organization had an opportunity to meet with professional people in the adver- tising field when they acted as hostesses for the 1965 Advertising Pi Omega Pi Pi Omega Pi, national honorary undergraduate business teacher education society, encourages scholar- Ship and ethics in the business education field. Mem- bers must be of sophomore classification or above. Activities this year included business office tours and Pmgrams that aid in the professionalization of business teachers. Pi Omega Pi members work closely With members of Delta Pi Epsilon, national graduate business education fraternity, and assist in their pro- SFHIUS and activities. This Year Pi Omega Pi members CO-SPOIlSOI'Cd H O tlpewrlter repair workshop for teachers in the HOUS' l0H area, Forum held in February. GAX members also attended the Houston Ad Club luncheons and the National Convention held in Novem- ber l964 in Wisconsin. Through these and other activities, future advertising women seek to attain high ideals for the competitive field of advertising. BUSINESS EDUCATION PI OMEGA PI.-FRONT BOW: Arthur Allee fSponsorJ, Donna May, Ruth Kelley, Mikkie Whitworth Bobby Huff. BACK ROW: Lynn Bacon, Dixie Savage, Becky Moore, Florine EngeIhorn,,Florine Ainsworth, Dorene Becht, Billie Arrendell. 34I ECONOMICS or f fifwegn 'iil2i3g:.l14..i.:.,.....7 ig-.,sA ---y W ""' X rfzf ,, f A I ,h , y f ,V W Q, me 5 A fra 'l'VV!"'f I I X AIESEC: Vernon Engberg CAdvisorJ, Michael Rowland, Harris Zainfeld, Arthur Mullan, Stephen Haase, Jaime Rodriguez, Walter Brauchle. AIESEC Preparation of student for business careers in business is the main goal of the Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Flconomiques et Commerciales. An advisory board composed of local businessmen was instru- mental in helping members of AIESEC, an independent, non- political non-profit organization which promotes close relations between members. Improving cooperation, the organization helped students obtain local traineeships, three of which Went to inter- national students, this year. A ECONOMICS Economics and Finance Association Highly qualified individual speaking at buffet meals provided the 1964-65 members of the Economics and Finance Association an incentive for superior academic achievement and freedom of discussion. The Eco-Finance Association exists for the purposes of encourag- ing, assisting, and facilitating an interest in the field of economics and finance. The UI-I branch is affiliated on the national level with both the American Economics Association and the American Finance As- sociation. ,WY ,,,, lil- ECO-FINANCE: Wayne Boyd, Henry Chen CAdvisorD, Dixie Beasley, James Kelley, James Blackburn. 342 RETAHJ 9, 5"'x,"' . ' - A , H... A . , , . . " AA ' ' 'Q if " -4 ' --...Jia-.4-a,.,-. -"- ..5., X X X V -52.11, ,. ZLV ,l als protilsf s Associate: freedom Q of encourage oi CC0It0lf'5 with both lf Fnnel FRONT ROW? Bilfbflffl Maflila, Judy MOOIZC, Nita Cary, .lohn Hanson, David Motloch. SECOND ROW: Royce Hayes, Walt Brauchlc, Carey Rutledge, Chris Lcderman, Leonard Finley. BACK ROW: Mike Barnett, David Roundtree, Mike Morris, Ed Wilburn. Alpha Rho Ome a Group discussions of 'con-the-job" experiences provided the 1964- dent members to communicate with modern businessmen. 65 members of Alpha Rho Omega, professional fraternity for mar- By these and other methods, Alpha Rho Omega members were keting and retailing majors, the opportunity to acquire a practical able to reveal their interest and competence to local businessmen. understanding of various phases of retailing. Such service projects Tllel' were also able le Show that the retailing Student with prac- as courtesy shopping for Foley's Department Store allowed the Stu. tical experience is the best future employee. OFFICERS-FORWARD' Dewayne Hollin. BACK ROW: Charles Hollinger, Pat Cerhig, Gene Bartels, Melvin Hatchett. 343 --Q fr 1 -11 A..-Y-' - A'-1. ig.. V - '11 '-' ,,H.,.L.. --"' ' - v , u- -- -- ' .., qs?"-i f- - -'gm' "Y - H- .--Bs.4,Jeq.':a- A 3 1 l 1 EDUCATION .1,,x'n1t -5- ..v .. A . sL'.s1vfc.L,f-.,:, T . a A Y, ll . ' U , in- ' A X 41 -Zqtnf . -.:.. ,,,.,. ,V . 1 .... int .f.:. I - ,,,,.. I , .. I,.v 'fora a f -16. pf 45 ' f t A 5 ' 1 - N 'W '73, " fam, 'Q im 74341- . . . , ,,,.W.. ,, ,, I ik A . ' A-. H ,' ye, 1,11 4.',,,.. ' f .QQ ,A W . I Vg, ., gqggryy ka I I- If A is .. .. . tea-. . 41 if .f A ggi ' V ,J :Ms . . ':15A'Tg 14.4 eras t 1,1 ..f'-wr, i an . -12 -1: a ' 'cafe f . p . "i.2f?+:': V f 'y4,.'y,.A 5 -gaj4.,,L'.,,?- 21 6:51 1',,g"s:,r fgffifo-A21 Q-' r -'ffyo-I-.ni:'5?1-,H ""','ffff ,ifvm 'tr fl .1y.,r. :baba ...C Y ,.A,'y.',, ., ,af . , 'Q -n,"1fl-'f fd! f '- 4- , V f A Q L! W 'E W- Q x 1 Q fini ill Becht ttf. 11 pleasiiei fishing hits. s of the iii ropeller iii Iivetl ity' Wi? 1 the iielii A' att HOW' :di-4,'.. ,- 1 ' Z ACE-FORWARD: Martha Smith. BACK ROW: Addie Austin fAdvisorD. Paula Harmon. Association for Childhood Education Problems of elementary education are one concern of the Texas Association for Childhood Education. The purpose of ACE is to promote desirable conditions and practices in schools. To accomplish their goals this year, members of ACE worked to bring into active cooperation all groups concerned with ele- mentary education. This was done through bi-weekly business and social meetings. Socials included a Christmas Banquet and the annual banquet for student teachers in elementary education. Stratton, Gerald Cleveland, Carol Thomson, Janice Pollock, Betsy tudent Education Association February proved to be a busy month for the Student Education Association. Members attended the state convention in San Anto- nio to learn more about the teaching field and to meet students from other colleges and universities with common interests. During the high school Future Teachers' Convention the Uni- versity of Houston SEA sponsored a guided tour of the University for high school delegates. SEA,s agenda also included a banquet, the installation of new officers, and a Mexican dinner. EDUCATION W- ..-ff N. 5'-9' xy S 5 . . x M X NV X 5 M. 1 . L 5. i XZ . S N, . EA TRUNT ROW: Alfred Lee, Barbara KOCIHU, Blanche Svetlik, Sus21I1FlYTm- if B 1 . ff' BACK ROW: Josie Kalianek, Suzy Berg, .lack Rhodes CAdvisorJ. 345 i r- .--Q--- v A -'..- ----I -.wu-fapys-, .?T.,-.v,.,gs,.,f --- . ,M . , 1 . , n , jrmtri Afrmtxt 1 Y S ' h S h H mmond, Evelyn Thompson fSponso1'l, Pauline Oliver, OFFICERS: Mary Levens, Patti Harry, Isabel Gibson fCo-Sponsorl, Shirley mit , ara a Kappa Delta Pi Organization of the first educational alumni association for the University of Houston was one of the outstanding projects of Kappa Delta Pi in 1964-65. Members Worked on the project in conjunction with Phi Delta Kappa, men's honor fraternity in edu- cation. Membership in Kappa Delta Pi honor fraternity is open to persons who exhibit commendable personal qualities, educational ideals, and sound scholarship. Through association with others in their field, future educators endeavor to maintain high pro- fessional, intellectual, and personal standards. Kappa Delta Pi recognizes the high degree of professional fellowship and outstanding educational contributions of its mem- bers. A scholarship is awarded annually to the junior member having the highest scholastic average. l MEMBERS-FRONT: Isabel Gibson, Shirley Smith. SECOND ROW: Barbara B G ' K k 4 h H mond, Betty Gilbert. THIRD ROW: .loyce Davis, Mary Levens, Pauline Oliver, John Caifllsjy, lfcialihae lilfelftioh rrllllnfifil viiadyl..aIde1:1il1eOnMEGlil1skeySmBACK ROW: Helen Jones, Dorothy Alexander, Jo Underwood, Betty Anderson, Sue Pruter, Charleta Dunn. Q P y I l ei 346 i w -i HA -ut le Oliver, 1 with the: ain high pr i proleih is of it hr Q l s l f llniormfnffi, ,w 'fw- f l A ' V'- i I 'ff 4 QP A ' 1 4 l t' x 0 I ,f Cililhpii . 'cluzhil' tif fs 4. Ajyjlxpli- r A ' , I N 1 . I 4 x,. . ENGINEERING 'J' -5- ,. x :::es!BI16f'.N..M-- .L-4.141 .1.lxL.. OFFICERS! Ed Driver, .lames Gibson, .lim Simmons, Tom Barron, Norman Carnahan. ' H Society of Engineers A golf tournament sponsored by the UH Society of Engi- neers helped the purpose of the organization which is to or- ganize, coordinate, and develop activities which will promote the growth and development of the UH College of Engineer- ing. The governing council of UHSE is composed of two repre- sentatives from each of the engineering societies. This includes AIChe, ASME, AIEE, AILE, ASCE, and SPE. The purpose of the society was furthered by exhibits, guest speakers, and technical writing contests. Social activities included an annual dance and banquet, and'both fall and spring picnics. i.1.h..lrl.J A I ' '-A ---W ' - -T-v-3-'fi ' ' ' 'l i 1 , - ' ' E 1 i -' uns: lill A ' l"Q'-2 . fi g 5- i i . llllllllt gllq ..... ,.,.s..Q.L- 1 I-it-in , I x 1 i X ' 1 l l rL.Qxl'f' .i gigixi 2 llllil' 5 ',f- 1 l - I I A 1 l 3 'E I ull - IIIIIIIH IRI!!! l llggg W--raR E'm"hZ'IEE'q:t3 Eiga mini, IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII -mm 3',,, v--.sees-e::::::a::::'.:"'...::u-.?.::....- H ff QS onsorh, James Gibson, Jim Simmons, Tom Barron, Willard Ander, MEMBERS: Norman Carnahan, Ed Driver, W. T. Kittingeff John 0 p Stephen Liles, Fred Himburg, Ervin Buchta. 3 pm. ,llillill . , I-1 ruin:-munnununnnn-:I-gas!!-:ggi Q..- we I" 1 I I I 1 W J H li L ri w L F I H w yu ,X 1 Y . N W. fu is it E J 5 i Til 2 '98 I A tl .M ml ROI of rs lie nieiltt ie main pm :I Icnolhlf g work I Ile Arai I in conjrf In I he memlfre I , I -Y ftuiin- ' ENGINEERING , ' p lfijz'-.,f'fgr1?t,.,g, X., 'X ..yf'- 65 'U-'EF " -1' fe! 'Sy I Neff va-st I I it Q 4 . .S Q' 1 I 'Q " "- Y ss, . ' ' D5 5 l ' - 'I ' ' ' f--I . 4, gf 5 ,I kr' . 5 Q, ra I .lg 'E Wu. i 0' . P Hy ' .rm , 4 'Q i X V Q ' ' ' - 3 .. ', L 'f .if I , 1- und J if -r 'Z 1 1 v- v ' so aa I I ' I A ' If x I ? I. x f X L I 4' I I I Q FORWARD: Gary Davis. SECOND ROW: Claud Mathes, Norman Carnahan, Charles Wight, Louis Stein. THIRD ROW: Isidor Polasek, Mike Cemo, Wayne Woodard, Ronald Williams, Clifford Gaddis, Kent Marple, Bob Allison. FOURTH ROW: Floilan Hernandez, John Greene, Robert Gilbert- son, Gales Chiriboga, Mike Ervin, Lindell Byford, Tom Weatherspoon, BACK ROW: Dennis McCullough, Charles Waligura, Ronald Carton, Jim Sim- mons, Richard Parrish, Ray Hattenbach, George Manthos. American Institute of Chemical Engineers inent in the field of chemical engineering and were part of the professional development of the student members. Increased student participation and an emphasis on faculty- student activities marked a successful school year for the UH chapter of AIChe. Field trips to the Monsanto Chemical Plant at Alvin, Texas, and to the Manned Spacecraft Center highlighted the 1964- 65 efforts of the University of Houston chapter of the Ameri- can lnstitute of Chemical Engineers. Speeches concerning job interviews, the philosophy of chemical engineernig, and the re- lationship of law and engineering were given by men prom- OFFICERS. Norman Carnahan Clgud Mathes, H. W. Prengle, Ir. CAdvisorJ, Gary Davis, Charles White, Louis Stein. 349 'rr' Z Rf- :L -Q 'f -" ::-:- 1,1-f.-Q - eats. , ,t ,. . , .. --,..-. . - ....-,.,,,e. , -aer- ' v f I ENGINEERING l O O 1 'j American Society O I l of Civil E 4' if Ilgllleers fy Eventual professional recognition is one of the aims of the members of the American So- ciety of Civil Engineers. Membership provides the students with the opportunity to form professional associations with the leaders of Civil Engineering. Along with recognition, the society encour- l ages friendship among the members with par- ' ties, picnics, conventions, and membership in UHSE. NN l..I,D OFFICERS: C. R. Hewlett, Ronald Branton, L. D. Hancock, D. M. Harris. ls E fgeii ight Dian: llie l. i l ig! ' ,Zyl , it Qi! I:' El I ll 4 H. lit ,- it 1 "l . S' ii' .3 -' ft li' r 31,5 ie' - ill V fi A N . ff. 4 P: 7. ' ' . -lg 3 , If H , . L . 5, . if- " FH fx V 'HC 1 w: 4 .X l 'X W4 FRONT ROW: Ronald Westervelt, A. J. Bonar CSponsorJ, David Harris, BACK ROW: L. D. Hancock, Albert Knipe, R. Cleveland, Robert Henry, Don Clayton, Victor Herbrich, Ronald Blanton, Gary Rasco, A. H. White, Johnny Carson, Harold Albers, Charles Hewlett, Ned Hwang, Jo Unverferth. iPRt ,Rini l w 1 4 . 350 .Ii F i R V f ,. fe-3 - 6 V . , . A X., H i .. Ziggy fs-:ff--qqgi I r. N 'L i .gay--' ...Qs 'un -F. vnu .,,,- Aa.v 1, -'-V .,-, , , ENGINEERING OFFICERS: H. M. Martin, J. E. Yeo, S. P. Liles, W. T. Kittinger fSponsorJ, Y. Sieto CAdvisorJ. H Society of Electrical Engineers Technical programs featuring noted practicing engineers provided the members of the University of Houston Society of Electrical Engineers the opportunity to become acquainted with the advantages and disadvantages of pursuing an engineering career. UHSEE sponsored outstanding speakers from other fields and movies on modern technical subjects to complement the classroom education of the members. Social activities of UHSEE were also held in conjunction with professional efforts. Included in these were the competition to choose representatives to the paper contests, the annual picnic, and the spring banquet. FORWARD: Stephen Liles. SECOND ROW: Richard St. John, Eugene Beck, Earl Montgomery, George Dennis, Wiley Flanakin, John Walker, Joe Cole, William Klos. THIRD ROW: H. M. Martin, J. E. Yeo, D. N. Pate, James Carmichael, A. S. Badgeo, T. N. Whitaker, W. T. Kittinger, Ray Wert, Joe Stepanek- FOURTH ROW: Nathan Higginbotham, Robert Emrich, Wilfred Litzler, E. I... Michaels, Richard Adams, G. F. Paskuz, Ken Caskey, Clarence Eriksen, Ed Driver. BACK ROW: Boyd Easterly, Ronald DeVies, Horst Paul, Miles Smither, Gary Petersen, W. C. Stagg, Paul Sollock. 352 l . . . vnjunfhon ui tition to rio E Jicnic, and' tv . 1 'iii' I C015 .ji 205108 Elzl 7 at nie l S Agp ENGINEERING l OFFICERS: Lee Jordan, .lim Culver, David Miller, Martin Hubbard fFaculty Sponsor? Society of Petroleum Engineers One objective of the Society of Petroleum is for members to bers during a two-day tour of its Duncan, Oklahoma plant during become acquainted with industry and to achieve greater knowledge which technical lectures were presented. ofthe technical field of engineering. SPE sponsored films and speakers on off-shore drilling and other SPE is the student branch of the American Institute of Mining phases of petroleum engineering. and Metallurgical Engineers, As members of the University of Houston Society of Engineers, The aim of SPE is achieved through lectures, speakers, and field SPE IY16mbSrS attend UHSE Socials. trips. Halliburton, Oil Field Service Company, hosted SPE mem- 1 FRONT ROW' Lee ,lo d n J es Culver David Miller Martin Hubbard. BACK ROW: Don Denson, Allen Barron, H. L. Overton, C. V. Kirkpatrick - r a , am . , 3, mean of EngiI'1C6riI'1gJ, Milton Gillespie, Tom Barron, Wllham ROSS' 353 "E qi' A ENGINEERING Jim Simmons, Theta Tau active, enters the fraternity house where meetings and social activities are held. 1 -aw.,-ix' Jerol Monroe, President Theta Tau Wlith the traditional Founder's Day Banquet, Theta Tau celebrated its sixtieth anniversary. Theta Tau is a national engineering fraternity which co- ordinates engineering with social life. The purpose is to develop in engineering students a strong bond of fraternal friendship. Social life for Theta Tau members this year included fall after-the-game parties, beach parties, picnics, and a New Year's party. PLEDGES-FRONT ROW: Craig Hall, Noel Strader, Jr., Tom Bookout. SECOND ROW: Charles Hill, Ralph Miller, George Manthos, Ken English. BACK ROW: Miles Smither, James Johnson, Don Bliss, Tom Day, John Phipps. 354 A -1 .heta Tau which fi 10543 is to 7 fraternal :lurled iali id a New F i 1 i 'ali ' iii! iw ALLISON, Robert N. BECKMANN, Robert F. BRIDGES, William H., Jr. BROOKMAN, Ben J. BROUGH, Wendell H., Jr. CORMAN, .Ioe G. HALL, Charles F. HERRMANN, E. Pete HIMBURG, Fred B. LATINO, Charles .I. LITZLER, Wilfred S. MILLER, David L. PAUL, Horst J. RASCO, Gary L. SCHARNBERG, Donald G. SHERIDAN, William J. SIMMONS, James R. STANTON, Ted WEATHERSPOON, Thomas O. WIDEMAN, Leonard B., Jr. ...L 1 'f THETA TAU ACTIVES it-if , -.. .- -..- .M--12.1 355 356 ENGINEERING I.E.E.E.-FORWARD: Charles McKay. SECOND ROW: Ricardo Paz, Allan Krenek, Randle Blankenship, Michael Lind. THIRD ROW: Tommy Sanders, John Tarver, George Michka, James K. Richardson. FOURTH ROW: Ronnie Blankenship, Jacque Jecker, Ernest Luce, fFaculty Counselori, William Matthews, Tom Alkire. BACK ROW: William Tell, P. M. Fitzhugh, John Taylor. -Institute of Electrical and 'T Electronic Engineers The members of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers built "Diode,' radios and explained the principles of electricity to children in 2 Houston elementary .schools this year. This service project took the place of social activities for IEEE. The student associate branch at the University of Ho-uston is dedicated to promoting the study of electronics on campus. A chance for members to study the uses of electronics was offered Hy IEEE this year with the sponsorship of various field trips. IIQIIQBARY Scabbard and Blade Scabbard and Blade, military honor society, encourages friend- ship and the qualities of good officers in UH cadets while it raises the standard of a military education. Bonds of friendship were formed between cadets at their' annual Military Ball, on April 12. A project of Scabbard and Blade was helping crippled children at the Houston Rodeo. Also the cadets participated in the Gulf Coast Invitational Rifle and Drill Compe- tition. SCABBARD AND BLADE-FRONT ROW: James Henderson, Ken Whitley, Janet Parish CSponsorJ, Joseph Dantone, Paul Dimicelli. SECOND ROWI Ed Jablonsky, Vincent Doucette, Doug Vincent, Rocky Hernandez, Kenneth Burns, Captain Don Smith fAdvisorJ. BACK ROW: Marvin Charles, John Specht, S. Mason, Jeff Tassani, Warren Kahle, Bill Taylor, John Thoma. ,Alfa i v 5 Ullllll HC iourages lr- s while it ri at their fri., antl Blade it - llso tlie til? fl Drill for l -it i. 0, ,t ada' it , l ATKINSON Sandy BARBER Sandra BATEBIAN Smdm Cap and Gown Recognition and encouragement of scholarship and leadership are goals that incite Cap and Gown to present an Outstanding Freshman Woman Award The winner this year was selected on the basis of grade average and campus act1v1t1es from nominees sub- mitted by various organizations. Another annual project of this honor organization for senior women is tutoring freshman girls in the BERUBE Bonnie -Q-...v LAMPING, Taffy I 3 fl! , . 1 . nl FK 0 'Ig' 3. A- 'S M I . f , 7 I ' , Ki, i W S' f i I A Q 1 A if A ' 'Ya I ' . f.Q 1 .. . I J . . . X ' Ty . .. Q Fuliy basic subjects. Cap and Gown purposes also include the promo- tion of college loyalty, the advancement of the spirit of service and fellowship and the intellectual develop- ment of college women. MAY, Donna HONOILXRX BRENDEI, kay POOL, Sandra '.. srrrr, RuNell TILLER, Fay WHITE, Linda 5' in X y 5 5 r l 4 ,- y V, QS' , r fi-as QM? L I SIT? i J 'I -Q Y Kr ,, ,--R, I- , sf f' ...4 'ff is CP 'N f 9 f Q a If b l l .S'yt:'J'.f' ,...lLm F , l J l ,X 4 'Ut Lg A , , f 5 A .f A r , l Q f S Q:v.J-a--"5 A l - ra X 5 ig- CBFFICERS AND SPONSORS: Dr. LaVerne Carmical fSponsorD, Sandra Barber fHistorianJ, Fay Tiller CPresidentJ, Kay Brendel CVice-President? r' Nelda Lawrence CSponsorl, Linda White fSecretaryl. 35 7 ' fre...-. --4 -.... -A I ' ' -.n..a....L.'L..1.... --1 4..- HONORARY 'V Af f A Eta Kappa Nu A high scholastic average and potential in electrical en, gineering constitute the requirements for membership in Eta Kappa Nu, the national honor society in electrical engi. neering. Juniors, seniors, and graduate students are eligible for this organization. The one hundredth branch of Eta Kappa Nu was installed at the University of Houston in May, 1964. After the election of new members in the fall of 1964, an informal coffee was held in the honor of Eta Kappa Nu members. Spring initiation was held along with the annual banquet. J. E. Yeo. ggElfZfEggS,Z:1Q-P1Sgf- BACK ROWI W- T. Kirringer, N- L- Higginborham, -Gaw Petersen, E. L. Michaels, Clarence Eriksen, J. E. Yeo, .,.. ' - "'-limi" f lung," 7 U ,f. FORWARD: H. M. Martin. BACK ROW: G. F. P k , J. R. W lk A . W. R. Flanakin. as usz a er, A. S. Badger, Ed Driver, R. K. Wert, J. D. Cole, T. N. Whitaker, OFFICERS-FORWARD: S. P. Liles. TOP: H. M. Martin, W, A, Klos OFFI far, l Julie Il fi a ll I Wm Hlemlw, eiBClfiwl 9IllS file Pi i - U Wag in.. in it my Eta Kam, with the 5, gen, l. U' 'i Q0 ,-, 14.1 :N V 'N OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: Bill Sof- far, Charles Williams. BACK ROW: Julie Redding, Sharon McIntosh, Ellen Munsil. High on the list of the Interdisciplinary Program's 1964-65 plan for excellence was the University Festival. Through this and other activities, the IDP Club worked for the development of a spirit of understanding, tolerance, and personal responsibility so imperative to the growth of the University of Houston. 1 1A-V -K.. W Y b. -gf g M'-s ,M A HONGRARY iff f '11, fn N. :Ari .-.,.,.,a I Interdisciplinary Program The high academic spirit of the members of this organization was spread throughout the campus by guest speakers and the IDP News- letter. This letter includes outstanding student work in the fields of poetry, commentaries, humor, and cultural news. lv it 5 xxf- QB 3 1' F -.J FORWARD. Ch . . , MI 1 E11 M 5'l Bill Soffar, Linn Johnson, Carol Maxwell, Scott Chase, John Greene, Jim Bonar. SECCNDalgii:iWYV1lgezlJI::1S. F.l?lON?uliiiOlgTedd?ri1,c2rOlCIarychrlighdels, '?lIBC21d':2!'1 Bf0gdon, Victor Sim, Charles Allan, Carole Ferree, Jerry Lester. BACK i ROW J ' Cca ay' i M ' H ld Patterson, Walter Laich, Margaret Cullen, Dianne Kaucher, Mark Bisman, BeCky:SS:EIf:nilil1cClain, Cordon Redding, Charles Monroe, Russell Mc Ellna HUC 359 , ' " A -A' - ---'- --Z'4,J.' fgla- FT' fggqiefijgf -egeliiasg. "-2516-5521.4--,,,-,-,L-3 i-,,,,, ,r ,.,...--., , E A -1 I K I I b Q l nf' -i -,.. .-. 7 . , 1 ..:v,-'- . - , - n . fy i I VN ia vi 7 l ff 5 HW. if ky, f.Hf's..l , f ., , , A , A - .if fl 'U 44414 xx es. slxmawawff "' 0' ffv. ml tif .N 1 -.. QF , , Q-1' A-'Z AQ I Q "- -425. A fx Wie! af n r lg 4 -J' Q 52" . -Qh1v -lf' 39' is X. tiff , Haig! , if 'A -,gks J 5 I-IONORARY Z5 7 Z' , U f fy Z, ff X, f W , V Q ,A V U 4 f OFFICERS: Ann Genett, ,lean Rosa fSponsorJ, Kathy Hill, Carole Mannheimer, Pat Price, Tim Wood. Phi Theta Kappa Phi Theta Kappa, national junior college honor society, will be replaced next year by two honor societies which are new to the University of Houston. These organizations are Phi Eta Sigma for men and Alpha Lambda Delta for women. The aim of Phi Theta Kappa, to promote scholarship and charac- ter and to develop friendship among freshman and sophomore students, was successfully carried out while the organization was active. Friendship was developed when members co-sponsored and helped publish the UH student directory this year. Members were respon- sible for the editorial matter and the selling of the directory, and proceeds went toward sending delegates to the National'Phi Theta Kappa Convention in Chicago. FRONT ROW: Carole Mannheimer, Kathy Hill, Lois Harris, Joan Carlson, Janet Parrish, Lyn Peterson, Ann Cenett Nancy Shippey Donnie Diebel, Tim Wood. SECOND ROW: .lean Rosa, Pat Price, Pamela Cornwall, Diane Long, Dana Wilson, Helen Wald, Margaret ,Cullen Carol Scbtt Frank Ball, Linda Ei Love, Betty Waki. BACK ROW: Harriet Tillman, Bonnie Strader, Susan Watkins, Carolyn Willard, Bert Shumaker Mike Mouser Mark Fetchin, .lack Weber' nick, Darnell Churchill, Ernest Charlesworth, .lud Henderson. i ' I 362 ored and iffy rs were rfsg directory, rr, r i. . A g few-'11 'f LAW 1 Q- ve T ,iq OFFICERS: Charles Brink, Dan Cryan, Frank Parish, Raul Gonzalez, Kenneth Boz. Delta Th Delta Theta Phi, legal fraternity, is both a service and a social organization. In the area of service, Delta Theta Phi sponsored a loan program for its members this year. In addition, several books were donated by the organization to the University of Houston Law Library. Delta Theta Phi socials included a rush party in the fall, and a eta Phl picnic for members and their wives or dates. The alumni members sponsored a monthly luncheon to which the student members were invited. At the luncheons, professional speakers informed students of current developments in the law profession. W'l W ld o Dan Cryan Wayne Golden Charles Walker. ROW: Charles Brink' Kenneth BOX' Raul Gonzalez, JamESbFlilaIirT'qriiziln IThXi1zisOll?osteriTlI1i., .lzbsClJliJ,EdwardS, .lbhnnifz Wemerri-lilmes Mclntyre, Fa D ROW' H' L Fitzgerald Robert Laughlin, Carl Mcclenny, 0 S e l James Clark, Reno Hartfrel, Guy' Jones, Jr., Richard Kucra. r nk Parish- BACKGROW: James Doxey, David BarneS, JT-, W- R- pang er' 363 ff:-.if-'ff--' ' - 'f ' -T-:I-ziiggggizaa...-.-. vp- oPToMETRY J N 1 E i MEMBERS-FORWARD: Jerold Akers. SECOND ROW: Bill Clement, Ronald Kerns, Eugene Dunham, Philip Margolesky, George Beckwith, James Mc. Clendon, John Marcin, Miles Kardatzke, James Thurber, Chester Pheiffer CSponsoIP- THIRD ROW: Derfil Gwinner, David Tauch, Dick Deem, Ronald Faulkner, Wayne Booker, John Zunker, Jerry Mclean, Robert Peterson, Walter Rosen, Jerry Stith, Jeff Burcham, Littleton Fowler. BACK ROW: Albert Postar, Jerry Trotter, Philip Kernek, Terry Thelen, Dennis Smith, Marvin Fineberg, Donald Woolery, John Tucker, Richard Lane, Fred Rosebook, Robert Slider, Don Diehl, Dean Beddow, David Starnes, Bob Blacksten, Ted White, Carl Koen, John Bealmear. Phi Theta Upsilon The goal of the lota chapter of Phi Theta Upsilon, international tometry further strengthened this bond as did the meetings and optometric fraternity, is to strengthen the professional bond of social functions attended by Phi Theta Upsilon members. optometry through the association of the members. The Christmas dance and the annual optometry awards banquet Guest speakers who lectured on various subjects related to op- were this year's top social events of Phi Theta Upsilon fraternity. PLEDGES-FORWARD: James Rouse. SECOND ROW: Tom Chandler, Rob t T , M'l F d L ' ' " E 'k Erwin, i Preston Ellender, William Thornsberry, Gil Cohen, Richard Perry. BACK ROW: Rrdlltirliie Stifi2klaZi1dt?r,JarZi1hIsy YWIillii:iin?eIRoE1Wailldn,JiElIdo1?h1DtTJrtiZlas Blackman, William Watson, Don Cochran, Carl Zimmerman, Charles Leftwich, Phillip Fruge, Sutton Chambers, Gary Tatum Roland Skelton Merlyn Harger. 364 , lillllll, ,latjfg ' ck Deere H- IK ROW: .t Rosehnek, RQ meetings 1 ihers. wards lltttf llon lratertf? , f gin Bhflf , r 3 5 all . larval' 1 OPTOMETRY QF' FORWARD: Littleton Fowler. SECOND ROW: Beckwith Steiner, Elmer Rigsbee, Bill Clement, Jean Miller, Eugene Dunham, George Beckwith, Ronald Kerns, Danny Penick, Tom Lexdlgh, Phillp Margolesky, Merlyn Harger, James McClendon, James Rouse. THIRD ROW: Keith Dishman, Ted White, Milton Fader, Robert Turner, Ronald Jackson, Gary Ahlman, Sam Charendoff. Jeff Burcham, James Thurber, Roland Skelton, Jerry Stith, Cale Kilgore, Carl Childress, Clary Tatum, Ronny LaQuey, Gil Cohen, Jerome Becker. FOURTH ROW: Dan Shea, Tom Ayres, Charles Lcftwich, Don Cochran, Dick Ebling, Larry.Sm1th, Tom Chandler, Ken McCarty, Richard Conklin, Sutton Chambers, Ralph Cray. BACK ROW: Stanldey Myers, Caleb Abbott, David Starnes, William Watson, Erik EIWIH, Douglas Blackman, Stephen Abbott, James Williams, Reuben Davis, Carl Zimmerman, Preston Ellender, Ronnie Strickland, Philip Fruge, Kenneth Swain, Don Diehl, John Bealmear, William Thornsberry, Eli Weinstein. tudent Optometric Association students in the optometric department. A smoker held at the beginning of the year gave the freshmen a chance to get acquainted with other students.. Easter and Christmas baskets were collected by SOA for needy families in Houston. The purpose of the Student Optometric Association is to install ethical optometric standards and to promote professionalism. lt was successfully carried out this year by the presentation of such speakers as Dr. Judd Chapman, President of the American Op- tometric Association. The Student Optometric Association is also a social outlet of DJ!-'. F0 I , . . . -d T h, D' k D , Ronald Faulkner, Wayne Booker, John Zunker, Wall?fii1ATll?o.ml3serrJbrGWl?IneE. SECROlbIDtRPO?iirsoI-Iiarilgbhii1anlNlfli1ediiirfiZeWzTRieJilSRdser13alCarl Klbfen, Cl?estereT'?eiff1er.RBiiXClg IROW:FAl1bfgi IYJOSIBIZ, IQQCILFY Tgiilgefe 1 -. n I'y C Can, 0 er 6 , ' . . ' ' K , ' , foo , 0 ert 1 er, L Phlhp Kernek Terr Tnelen Dennis Smith Donald Woolf,-ry Mmm F1HebCfg,Duane Gnfflthf Elm me mar me re OSC a Y , , I 5 I 'W Dean Barrow, Bob Blaeksten, John Tucker, Ted Wane, Jerold Akers- PHARMACY 1, Q W, ka' 3 J' 5' mn-sv Q52 W mm.. 13557 lima. in FORWARD: Lindly Cates fSponsorJ, Larry Priano. SECOND ROW: Paul Spinella, Sandra Evans, Ken Korthaur, John Rediger, Tom Neale. THIRD ROW: Jerry Gault, Franklin Williamson, Kathy McCullough, Genevieve Bradley, George Muller. BACK ROW: James Casey, Galen Johnson, Jim DeWitt, Errol Orth, Warren Carver. American Pharmaceutical Association During National Poison Prevention Week, the University of for the Ilatio-nal Contests. Houston chapter of the American Pharmaceutical Association did Promotion of the welfare of pharmacy and pharmacy Students was one of the year's main projects of AMA. Social events in conjunction with these efforts to create a greater professional interest were the Christmas dance and the spring picnic. its part to prevent poison deaths. Members of the organization set up poster and pamphlet displays in the College of Pharmacy and in independent pharmacies throughout the city. With National Pharmacy Week came displays fi FRONT ROW: Eddie Davis, Jack Fisher, Edna Gonzales, Julia Reyes, David Dodge, Sharon O'Crowley. SECOND ROW: Bob Reeves Mary Lou Wolfe, Richard McClain, Marshall Clouser, Keith Kellum, Bill Utzman. BACK ROW: Russell Vollbrecht, Larry Robertson. , 366 1 E 1 ,..4- KAPH Mary H care frat' Kap phan Coll C the the unit fact F 'I 3' .- I 7- V. 4 asv si PRE Caro Mar, mary sluderk reate a greek: ,.. , spying pic. r I . tfl 'cf Wolff! PHARMACY nv, ,1 fx, ,faqs ". 'Q si C' lg .ni KAPPA EPSILON-FRONT ROW: Dee Karraker, Sharon O'Crowley, Sandra Evans, Libbie King, Jimmie Gail Lockler. BACK ROW: Jackie Culdclcuglr, Mary Lou Wolfe, Nancy Hart, Martha Jones fSponsorJ, Julie Reyes, Kathie McCullouch, Amelia Chan, Elko Fcfer. Genevieve Bradley, Carol Wlritsctt. Kappa Epsilon Encouragement of high school women interested in a pharmacy career was one of the major projects of Kappa Epsilon, national fraternity for women in pharmacy, this year. The members of Kappa Epsilon not only emphasized the need for women in pharmacy, but also the excellence of the University of Houston College of Pharmacy. Get-acquainted parties for new girls served as a stimulus for the lasting bond of loyalty, interest, and friendship found among the members of KE. Other ur oses of the organization are to , P P za unite the women students of pharmacy and to cooperate with the faculty of the college. Pre-Pharmacy Soclety A tour of the newly-finished Lamar Fleming Chemistry-Pharmacy Building acquainted the pre-pharmacy students with what is to be primarily their building and facilities. Pre-Pharmacy Society is an organization for students who have not yet entered pharmacy school. The purpose of this organization is to make the students feel closer to what they will be dealing with in the future and to install in them a professional attitude. Aside from professional observations, a pre-finals picnic in April proved to be relaxing for the students in the Pre-Pharmacy Society. PHARMACY PRE,p . - ,Sh T , J h B nno, Jack Holloway, Mark Hanna, John Akin, Carol SQEMACY SQCIETY-FRONT ROW5 Daryl Peterson, Rlfgzwe Slfparlgh Hlrpiefsgln, iepggileyodiateso Ksponsorbt Vilma Martinez, Rodena Beckham, lf, Joe T 1, G R L L . SECOND , V Mary Garland, Steplfgl Auzlgn, Eiiipligce 0533? LiCl1IE1iO-Iohlke, Anita Sharp, Carl Frlery, Scotty Croom, David Carter. '11 367 -111 1 1 1 R1 1 11,11 ,1 11 I 1 .113 1. 1 1 i I 1 Q PHARMACY 1. l 1 11 1111 l12 15 ip 1 X1 1 1 11 l 1 E 1s 1121 rw 131 1 I 1 1 , -X I 1 15 1 1 s 1 1 1 - 7 1 lx W lwgriz- 1 l gif' gf 1 1 1 - rj 1. 1 l f K 1 1 1 1 ------ 1 1 Y-1 -4 1 E . 1 -. 1 1 1 . it 1 1 , 1 -I. , ,1 1 1 -- 1 , , 1 , ---c i ' 1 1 11 v- P' ,1 J FRONT ROW: Joe Huber, Eddie Davis, Robert Babin, Haden Holloway, Royce Jackson, Ronnie Allen. SECOND ROW: l 1 Sammy Lark, Ken Korthauer, Marvin Thompson, David Fipps, Don Jernigan, Garry Sparks, Jim Elliott. BACK ROW: Reed 1 Brooks, Charles Wells, Gerald Greenberg, Bob Reeves, John Rediger, David Dodge. 1 1 1 11 111 1,2 l1- 11111 1'11: 1 X , lil M11 11 ,pm if i: dl !i1l1 J I I OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: Larry Priano, Paul Spinella, John Burks. BACK ROW: Robert 1 ,E Boblitt fSponsorD, Marshall Clouser, Neil Martin, Frankie McRae, Tom Neale. 1 QV Q W1 1 '11 ' l - 1111 FRONT ROW: Joe McKinzie, John Burtis, Edward Kainer. BACK ROW: Galen Johnson, James DeWitt, Wallace Kitt- man, Jerry Perkins, Franklin Williamson, Frank Craven. 1 1 3 it 1 1 11 1 1,1 1 1 l lli 5 1 is i 1 i1 J 1 'Alt 1 368 i' 1lV',h Kappa Psi The aims of Kappa Psi, UH pharmaceutical fraternity, are -to promote the profession of Pharmacy on the University of Houston cam- pus, and to provide fellowship for Kappa Psi members. The advancement of pharmaceutical research is another main objective of Kappa Psi. Along with this, Kappa Psi stresses scholastic achieve- ment among its members, particularly in pharm- aceutical research. Fellowship was encouraged this year at Kappa Psi's Christmas Party and at the spring dance. 13- J 1-.-,,kiv-1' 'si phannaceutioi profession of Houston car- lor Kappa Psi :utical resaiii ppa Psi. iiiotg olaslic anhieie .larly in phami 5 year H! liaiif e Spfini dill ...fi ,Q-,ga ' PHARMACY f'f 'VD 11 PLEDGES-FORWARD: Louis Cerny. SECOND ROW: L H lf V' Ca R' h d B Ab h C THIRD ROW: Mike Wells, Richard McClain, Paul Bonno, Alvartb0nGari:liaiml3ACIlEe ROWIi0,Jolii:1aRrookz:reJPmPi,n Yi-Jzi1nagr:1JiilnnoiMkinson, Larry Robertson, Keith Kellum. Phi Delta Chi Aims of Phi Delta Chi, pharmacy fraternity, are to advance the science of pharmacy and to foster and promote a fraternal spirit among its members. Displays and exhibits on pharmacy and its allied interests enlarged the members? knowl- edge of pharmacy and its allied interests. Guest speakers informed Phi Delta Chi mem- bers of new developments in their field. Socially, the spring dance gave Phi Delta Chi members a chance to enjoy fellowship with other pharmacy students. OFFICERS--FORWARD: Mike Porter. BACK ROW: James Winkle, Jerry Cault, John Hellums, L' FORWARD: Mike Porter. SECOND ROW: Lynn Mix- on, Joe Overton, James Winkle, Whitlow Wong. THIRD ROW: Gary Winans, John Hellums, Marvin Spi- cak, James Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Gilbert Acuna, Robert Sartin, Chris Moore, Ed Rob- inson. BACK ROW: Larry 369 Watson, Jerry Gault, Pete Almaraz, James Robbers CSponsorJ. -1"-Y '12 3112" T..-..--'ng 1 S: ffiblz -.. ' 1 PUBLICATIONS Bill Scott, Fall Editor XQJKBUI ' The Cougar The Cougar, University of Houston official cam. pus newspaper, is written and edited by students who plan to go into various phases of journalism. The newspaper is published each Wednesday and Friday and covers all events both on and off campus which pertain to the University. The Cougar is staffed and run as nearly like a professional newspaper as is possible, with staff mem- bers and editor receiving nominal salaries. The Cougar staff consists of an editor-in-chief, managing editor, news editor, campus editor, copy editor, sports editor, photo editor, and reporters. The staff is changed each semester, with the editor being chosen by the UH student publications committee. mv?551"',?,?EE:TE I Edith Bell, Fall News Editor, Spring Bob Robinson, Fall Photo Editor Managing Editor x1 Dave White, Fall Managing Editor 370 Donna Pickrell, Fall Copy Editor F 1 1 , ugar Edited bg ld 1 I I ases of IUUI' Jtiich Wadi I UH as nm, . 1, .s?1hle, with it n mal salma of an fliimg. camlmi edit Ori and Ifpmj, with the edit ulicaliong Com, 1., rr "9 1 3 I 21,010 Edilor .Ji , , 1? ivy! M gdizvf .f..i w n , - WIUIIDI. xf s..f- AA1- - .w, .,,-Y q PLiBl.ICA'l'IONS ' mn p N -vr ,iz- ,' Y! i ii X x ii Kxxxxxxxt il' , Jim Barnett, Spfiflg Ph0l0 Editor Oscar Gutierrez, Spring Editor J' wr' 4 Jamie Spardella, Fall Campus, Spring News Editor David Fink, Fail, Spring Sports Editor I' . .i 15" W 'l .fugjff 110 if , 'i tax ' s 'ii " 1 2 A iii ' Q4 .. ! ' 5 ff Hifi Rich Burk, Spring Copy Editor ffl fitiItrifl'2EEgi. - f ,J '- ,Q -A. , ' .P' - I 3 -'f ii "tb Brenda Gates, Spring Campus Editor 37I HY-: - 2 t, - ' 1112- - " ff f- 4f:,g-.F--.3 ,,g.':11j - . w a 3 M Hz -,-:Y-uf... , - f . ..,. 1. - b - 'vii' 3-tx? ?:1T'l12:f"I , PUBLICATIONS The Houstonian The HOUSTONIAN, the official University of Houston yearbook, captures between its covers a pictorial record of all UH activities, The staff of the HOUSTONIAN includes the editor-in-chief who must be a journalism major and who is elected by the UH student publications boardg an associate editor, and six section editors, Ann Genett, Editor Pete Maroney, Sports Editor I 372 Staff membership is based on interest in journalism and willing- ness to learn and work. - Significant changes in the staffing of the publication this year have been the addition of a Greek editor and monthly paychecks for sec- tion editors. Salaries for the editor and associate editor had already been established. Annual projects were again sponsored by the HOUSTONIAN, among which were the Vanity Fair beauty contest in the fall and the selection of the Top Ten Students in the spring. HOUSTONIAN staff members also attended several journalism conventions this year. .lane Whitaker, Associate Editor Roxann Davis, Honors Editor ..- ...r "P-5,45 ,,..un-o--.- -:,1. ...-. -.vw -- -,..Q-Q - ., ' ' L, 'T' l!- V ,Y in -l ,, lun n l,, inf 111 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,,1 11 '1 11 11 11 111 11 12 1, 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 11 1 1 1 I 1 1 l11 1 1 1 1 111 1 11 11 T I PUBLICATIONS 1 1 1 ae 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 I1 11 11 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 ,sc 1 1 1 111+ 1, 1 A 1 1 Ray Blackstone, Color Photographer 11 ' 11 15 Houstonian Photographers 1 1 HOUSTONIAN staff photographers found the 1964-65 year 1 to be a hectic one. They probably realized that fact more than the staff, or even the editor, since it was their job to obtain top-quality photos for the book, sometimes on very short notice. Along with full- and part-time staff photographers, stu- King Wong, Photo Editor dents enrolled in the University's photo course also contributed to the HOUSTONIAN's cause. ' 1 11 11 1 1 '11 12 11 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 FRONT ROW: Larry Lothringer, Tony Turbeville, Don Brady. BACK ROW: Bob Robinson, Ben Pearlman. 1 1 1 374 11 1, 111111 11,1 fi1 3 11 1111111 1111111 11111111 1-1111 111111 1 1111 71111 ' 111 111 Q11 111-111 1111111 11111 1111 11111 1111111 111111 1 W1 11',, 1311 11 111 1 1.1 112 11' 1 1 1 1 Q ' W 1 .1 , 1 1 1 1111: 1 1, 1 1- 1 11, 1 11: 1 1 1 A i 1 1,1 11 11,l.........i. Iles nd the l96l-ti ized that fail. , it was theirjl sometimes tn photographers, urse aku conttl APS +.Lt f , Y A Y V My V 7,7 V Y , ,i L: ,Z ,lljsul JT? 5,77- The Harvest The llarvesl, Ull literary anthology, is puhlisherl every May and encourages prospective student writers through recognition. This student anthology contains essays, short stories. plays and poetry written hy Ulel students. It is puhlisherl and edited entirely hy the W1'ile1',s Club and sponsored hy Miss Ruth Pennyhacker, Associate Professor of ldnglish. Prizes of S550 are awarded for top student efforts in essays, short stories, poetry, and plays. PL'Bl.lC.-XTIONS -QQ'-L Jon Conlon, Harvest editor, and Ronald Jarvis inspect the make-up of an ancient print- ing machine. QUY, 6 S Q 1 .xii N,,47 if ,f-1 7"' ' ' ' sane HARVEST STAFF: ,lon '4Skip" Conlon. Elizabeth Cuilanshah, William Davidson, Glenn Mitchell, George Rivera. 375 t t t RELIGIOUS I Christian Science Organization I I Receptions for new students enabled the Christian Science Organization to I welcome Christian Scientists entering the 1 University of Houston and unite them in closer bonds of Christian fellowship. An idea forum and workshop this year gave the college community the I opportunity to learn more about Christian I Science. Better understanding by the stu- I dent body was encouraged by an open I house held at the Religion Center and an all-school lecture by a noted Christian I Scientist. I 1 Participation in campus projects and weekly meetings of the Christian Science I Organization promoted inter-religious in- , terest and elevated individual thinking of I its members. I I I I I I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION-FRONT ROW: Linda Merrill Neal Finer Beth Savage Lewis I Adam. SECOND ROW: Ethan Hirsh, Patrick Welch fAdvisorJ, Lorelei ,Baum Bonriie Turrentinej Susan Vanderpool. BACK ROW: .lames Nevitt, Chuck Osborn, C th' H11 B b ,S I , 'nr yn ia o , o avage, Mark Turrentine. . . I Campus Clergy and Religious Counselors I The eighteen members of the Campus Clergy and Religious should be determined, and they co-ordinate the schedule of I Advisors provides a communication channel between religious religious activities. ty groups. The eighteen members are the clergy and advisors assigned This group discusses how policy for campus religious groups bythe eleven denominations represented on campus. . RELIGIOUS I CAMPUS CLERGY AND RELIGIOUS COUNSELORS-FRONT ROW: Edwin Bennett, V. Ponder Wright, Rev. Benjamin Fordham,'Rev. Penn Hirst. BACK ROW: Rev. Allan Dieter, Rev. .Iames Gunn, Rev. .Iude Johnson, Rev. Allen Jernigan, Patrick Welch, Rev. John LaNoue, Stanley Siegel, Rev. Philip Stephan, Hainds Laird. IH 376 , 11 49 YL-- --e--e-W'-A " ' ff-Wanna! """' --1 41- V Imt .Stian rganlzanf Jns for new I Shi V ahristian of Hou I lg 1 Sclelllists all ll st T bOnd on and I- -' Sofc 1 1, hrlqjan fb' Ofum the C0llea . t at Comms 0 learn IIt0r 9 dbg V. ttter lt understanding I, tt WHS Cllcllllfaged In-ll at th R ?Ctl1re 1, l0Il in 11135 of th e Cllfllllll l Prommetl inter-ill, evated individual flors J-ordinate the sal? trgy and advisor: on campus. 4 V t 1 r and Wm. e eligion Y H natal Camplls P1011 t E l Q X A 1 t RELIGIOUS I ta ' luv- 'ma ,Q Joyce Causey, Ben Fordham, Wallace Ford, .lim Gunn, Pen Hirst. Ecumenical Ministr The Ecumenical Ministry is not a usuper Church" but a volun- tary arrangement wherein four religious groups can work under one structure while each maintains its own identity, emphasis, and method of work. The Ecumenical Ministry represents 3,250 students, all of whom work together as a team, thus they pool their contributions into one program fund. The four churches comprising this ministry are the United Churches of Christ, Disciples of Christ, Presbyterians and the Episcopalian denominations. Ministry to the faculty and staff of UH, off-campus study groups, and student counseling are among the purposes of the Ecumenical University Ministry. if -- . l Students Rick Keeler Maril n Montgomery, Carol Anderson, Judy Hilburn, and Harry Taylor take advantage of the Ecumenical Lounge for study u , y and relaxation. 377 ,ll fs .. . A. - .f:.sa:f, M - - 1' ': - ' J - 4 ' -J -,,t,.,,...,...,., RELIGIOUS Dennie McCillough, Bruce A. Rogers, Edward R. Miller Ann Stokes Linda Guerrero Laura Hamilton, Marvin Clark Norman Butler Wayne Hanks John LaNoue, Director. Baptist Student nion Fall activities of the Baptist Student Union were marked by the State Baptist Student Union Convention in Waco in October, 1964. Members also attended the April Leadership Training Conference in Latham Springs, Texas, and the March Missions Conference in Fort Worth. Plans were made for Univer- sity of Houston students to attend the sum- mer work camps. The UH BSU was also represented in the summer missions sponsored by the state or- ganization. UH coed Ann Stokes went to Jamaica, as one of the eighteen home and foreign mission fields. Campus meetings of the Baptist Student Union include three morning watch periods, a Wednesday luncheon meeting at the River- side Baptist Church, and a Thursday evening Vespers program. 378 l N. , x -:'a+,,. N V Qi, -4 1 Ml4V:K,ii',.. 1 ik ML A'-I Butler, Wane ll RELIGIOUS G R O U I' S COUNCIL - FORWARD: Edwin Iicnnctt lAdvisorJ SECOND ROW: Otis Bas- kin, Ginger Smith, lieth Savage, Susan Vanderpool, laura Schadel, Sandra Carlson, Ann Stokes, Nelda Owings, Bob Savage. BACK ROW: Forrest Vollcntinc, Ilarnp Mabry, Mike Smith, Frank Earle, Allan Soffar, Tom Koherniek, Eddie Han- .ff l'OCk. RELIGIOUS Br' Rellglous Groups Church of Christ Councll The Religious Group Council is composed of 23 members, two from each recognized religious group on campus. The presidents, group is allowed three representatives to the council. The purpose of the council is to co-ordinate all religious activities, and it is their responsibility to give official recognition to campus religious groups. One of the Religious Groups Council's main projects of the year was a campus wide blood drive for Ben Taub Hospital in the Religion Center. Another project was a series of lectures on the different religions represented on campus. tudent Foundatlon The Church of Christ Student Foundation provides Christian education and Christian fellowship. Education is provided through counseling, non-credit study groups, and devotional activities. Several service projects were made and exhibited by the members. Fellowship is provided through the Christian Youth Club which is sponsored by the Foundation. This year Christian Youth Club sponsored a hayride, after-game parties and an April retreat, which was held in Athens, Texas. RELIGIOUS CHURCH OF CHRIST STUDENT FOUNDATION-FORWARD: Gene Allen 1QPresidentJ SECOND ROW: Robert Gross, Larry Titlow, Susan Aycock, lilaclfii Loren E. Gearhart, Sherry Martin, Margaret Kelly, Carolyn Benthall, V. Ponder Wright. BACK ROW: Lennis Whittington, Henry Reist. Karen Arnett, Volt! Ray Gearhart, Hope McDonald, Hildred Rhodes, ,Io Ellen Green, Paul Green. 379 I A .' Elf' .. i-1..1:Esssajii-Zifiilfiffrvlfk-L.3?g,EE..2if'1'i fx fijf- -1 'ff '--il 1 4 ., ' ' 1 , ll i Qt ll Qi F all 2 iii ii lj, ' EU l l if , l ,i,,L.-.q-H, Jig ,L- l , wi l,, ,I '1 , Q V' H w OFFICERS FRONT ROW: Bill Carmody, Carl Triola, Bert Gonzales. BACK ROW: Louis Dimiceli, Donna Faust, Nancy Dixon, , I f 3 i - . bl Bob Pendarvis. t l l l E 1 I v li lx lp ll l i 'i ll , ll 1 ,, , , f 1 ! ' V ,I ,! il 41 ' lt! n N N I 1 1 , l t 1 Q I V w il V, i, V, l N Q, il EW' W 1' YW ,LW 1, VW Qi Fila, il !!!'fQ Assisted by Bill Malloy, Newman Chaplain Father Murphy gives communion to W , il Camille Robertson during a weekday mass. , ll , rl l ul: A -1! sw l 11 xg Liga' M- ' , 3 H it 2 3 El ., V yi ' T 1 il 5 j l m i Il l,. 161 i il ' ,Vp li , , l ,QM , M X. Students enjoy the youthful good-naturedness of F th J h Newman lub The Newman Club, the Catholic Church Association on campus, promotes intellectual andmoral education of its members and encourages participation in campus activities. A campus mass, sponsored by Newman Club, was held on week-days and on Sundays. Understanding of Catholic teachings came through classes, lectures, and filmstrips. Participation in campus activities included Homecoming, the Candlelight Parade, donating over 50 pints of blood to Ben Taub Hospital, and sponsoring a Christmas Party for underprivileged children. Newman members also took first place in Senior Week and participated in UH intramurals. t ?,,,rs A l e4 o X tsiii a er o nson at a semi-weekly meeting, 380 i E mn, fhurch Amig- llorql educaliiaw H1 flfz was if of Call. will ol in lei llfl iififik' 'g' , WWZJT QLJWW Zaye", W,,7,,,. We f ff , V A' 3274, 24 - 'ff' wfw V fff f 7 WW' fin, W U'm'.J' 2 ,, ,Q . kgffigff A Z' Vyfyzf ,V If 0 -HHIK-..iAl 7 7 ' ' " " --- ----.. -4, ,,,,-.M--,B, -K, - , Y' ,gf Rf'-X-,Lf-H'sL RELIGIOUS A lbw- is VJ -J 7px .7g p ,ff Y- -'d,.0 i One of the Newman Club's many service projects was the contribution of textbooks to the University of Navarra in Spain. Preparing them for shipment are Cerald Herring Jerry Clark, Bill Malloy, Bert Gonzales. At a fall tea, Newman Clubber Bill Carmody captivates his female audience with folk songs. -'Xl' ,, 'gf' x , , M -ff . N iq j .ss, lj' ' Is it true that Newmanites have more fun? 381 i 5 A - --F --- -2 17+-"nw--li iv --u,-----v- -rv-41' .121-Q, Y , . .wr -f-- f ,Q ----'s I T f TEE, all e , e g Q , SOCIAL FOLK MUSIC SOCIETY: Charles Fisher, Mike Rickard, Dru Lodge, Sandra Finch, Bob Byars, Lee Want, Dale Webber. Folk Music Society Workshops in guitar and banjo playing and instruction in singing various types of songs were instrumental in the success of the Folk Music Festival. The event was sponsored by the Folk Music Society of the University of Houston. Other activities in this event included a concert of folk stars. ln an effort to further the knowledge of folk music and folklore on the campus, this organization held informal gatherings of all those interested in the field. Group discussions of the various origins of songs and the exchange of lyrics assisted in the growing popularity of folk music on campus. Organization of Arab Students "Shammout,', an exhibit of Arabian culture at Sacred Heart Dominican College furthered the principle aim of the organization of Arab Students. The goal of OAS is to promote good relations and stronger ties between Arab students and Americans through a clear presentation of Arabian culture, its people, and its problems.. Arab language lessons, open to all UH students, also helps further American understanding of Arabian culture. Their picnic and banquet provided a lighter side of campus life for members of OAS. OAS-FRONT ROW: Suhail Misleh, Munther Antar, Sami Rabie, Musa M' l h, A ' S b R- . .. n 'll BACK ROW: John Stephan, Ahmed Abushaaban, Ahmad saidi, ohanh, Sami? esaiamlgii aa i lad Amr, Walid Kama' Moayad Shanshal' Waglh Abu R151 382 I r '--ff-a.a.nai-W f - -if A I ,V-I--Hz A' A Y f A. - - N A -I -we.- ' ehber. of IS e at Sacred H-, of the organize? is and slrongeri 1 clear preienlal s, also helps lwf ar side ol fall' 5 all hal, Wi' ir SOCI.-XL v-,7 45 l 'nib ISO OFFICERS: Ivan Konig, Wagih Abu-Rish, Mike Farhandi, Adolph DcSouza, Raquel Munoz International Students, Organization Outstanding among the 1964-65 events of the International Students' Organization were the International Ball and International Student Night at the University Festival. Promotion of better relations and stronger ties between inter- national students and Americans were the major projects of this organization. All efforts centered around the clear presentation of the cultures, history, problems, and aspirations of the University of Houston's international students. Young Democrats The 1961- Democratic campaign provided many activities for the University of Houston Young Democrats, Club. To encourage voting, the YD,s were assigned certain precincts to cover during the campaign and canvassed them by telephone and personal interviews. The YD's also acted as ushers at the State Democratic Convention in Houston last summer and at the Music Hall Kennedy Exhibition. The University was represented by Young Democrats who acted as part of the welcoming committee for President Johnson. POLITICAL Qs Q-! IYIQQ L x1 l ,.,'Yf'!" if Pi X ISC' x f 'rn fwfr Q 6 x" - YOUNG . V ' , D "d C' l. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Kiekhoefer, Holly Giles, Fred Diaz, Vincent Marino, .Bill Soffar, Judy I.ancliEhliit?li:1IiBErTmgFglBzIiiciRDisctilOnTHPB1Da ROIIII: Bailnczfra Cox, Bernard Marino, Paula Hawthorne, Phillip Aronoff, .lannette Brown, Gloria Ray, .Ian Steinberg. BACK ROW: ,Carlos Rodriguez, Edith Bell, Alan Potter, Cary French, Kay Kiekhoefer, Carolyne Bradley, 383 ' --R - ..- .. 7:7 fri -?'-f:'t"i- . Y - t .1'1'I??i'---Tre-7"'-I"fTT2if:51i:f Y-Y-L zzi?-. '-:- 11 - f.....-' --:-- -- - - mi- ,,.j ' - - W -.r v rf 'W' ' T-fi -7' " ---- 3 aff,-I -ff -"fs-eiz'3f4.?i' g1'g.f.'E1-.-'i1:ff:?3?'N- ??gffg'ST5 fu -21.--,.--.,:A,.-. Y . Y " " 'Z X , ,.,.m,..,,..,,.,.a,.. 1..,,..a.F.sa-4-,ff sp? - ---f-H'----fe-Q--Y----We-'-' - , POLITICAL FRONT ROW: Ken Mahand, Pat Auchter, Phyllis Ingram, Linda Underwood, Harold Gunn. SECOND ROW: David Gage, Jim Frank, C. Williams, Robert Eubank. BACK ROW: Bill Stephens, John Nixon, Vincent Bustamante. Youn Republicans Training political Workers, assisting Republican nominees, and lectured to the YR,s on "Improving the Republican Imagef, Young Republicans, which is about 70 per cent political and the remainder social, held an October get-acquainted party and a keeping politically-oriented students informed are the dual pur- poses of the Young Republicans, of the University of Houston. In order to fulfill their goals, the YR's sent seven members to the" Republican State Convention and sponsored both speakers and social events. Speakers included the publisher of the Houston Tribune, who Christmas party. The YR's also actively supported presidential candidate Gold- water and on election night held an election watch. - --I PHONE COMMITTEE-FRONT: Linda McConnell, Henry Reist. SECOND ROW: Diane Keller, Suzy Hill, Mary Green, Donna Garrett, Don Yance, Harold Gunn. BACK ROW: Frank Sitt, Ronnie Due, Jim Frank, Robert Eubank, Jim Jackson, Charles Brennan, Lewis Adam, Preston Schneider, Ken Clark, General William Chase fSponsorJ. P 384 'lj' ' 'I .. .W f Lame-, ,.,,- .u.L.,.i?-,,,LL,,,,,, .4 i I ?4 Th Ion t I Th br c Du pinaI E lode I ,I . II I I I I I I I n 1 It I4 . I It FOP p Jam. I DOI I tI I SUCIJXI, Pi 279 if Hi is X H if! T t lican lmagrl political and ll' ed party ani: candidate Gil? YL T it Din all . A f X OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: Dru Lodge, Ted Trigg, Shirley Saner. BACK ROW: Pete Pallans, Doug Malek. Rodeo Association The Rodeo Association sponsored the first University of Hous- ton trail ride, UH Western Week and the UH Rodeo this year. The Association is organized primarily for these purposes and for other social functions taking place throughout the year. During Rodeo, events started with a kick-off dance and cul- minated with an awards program during which the official UH Rodeo Queen was presented. is Included in the week-long western fete was a pony express rider who rode to Houston City Hall carrying a proclamation declaring UH Western Week. The proclamation was presented to Mayor Welch. The official rodeo arena is renewed each year by lumber donated by rodeo supporters in the UH area. W ' 5751 ' y I FORWARD: 'rw 3 D ' W'gg' , D 'd Hollingsworth, Donna Farrack, Neline Poole, Sandra Spears, Vincent Doucette, James Smith, xlilqrggrggiil-rierplllgig-JyliflrrlsI,1E1?qEVDrueT.IciHge. RACT? RCTWE: Wylie Weeks, Rich Cleveland, Mel Godbold, Paul Dimiceli, Paul Viel, Pete Pallans, Doug Malek, Bruce Beeler, Ed Koslosky. 385 SOCIAL OFFICERS Sally Ruth Cowie L E Laurence Imogene Dunn Anthony Wollner ,Ianet Rodgers Ned C Moss Robert Botsford Alan Potter and M s Club 5, I gt The lVI81lVIs club IS deslgned for the married students and The purpose was partially carrled out through the years social . , those over 23, who constltute over 65 0 of the UH student body. HCIIVIIICS whlch mcluded a Kasual Kaper party, a Christmas I I In1t1ated 1n the fall of 1964 the club IS the only known organ- Party nd an Inaugural Ball at whlch new offlcers were mstalled. I . 1zat1on of IIS klnd at the unlverslty level 1n the Unlted States. ll 13, wwf MZ' 1 ,, 1 'E I ' w l.l . fl Y lvl 5 Q I Franklin R. Stephens, President of M8zM's Discussing M8zM club business in the M8zM Club Office at room 200 Cougar Den are L. E. I Club. "Buddy" Lawrence, F. R. Stephens, president, Bob Botsford, and Cathy Brooks. . 1 ' 386 -J sg, ' "l IFILM: Wir i SOCI.-Xl. .l IRONT ROW B111 Champlon Bob Botsford Joan Delaney Gran Randall F R Stephens George Dennls Guy Herman Earl Montgomery BACK ROW: ll H T d Jack Goddard Janet Rod ers Judy MCVICRCT Sally COWIC Maybelle Stout Roberta Denms Gwen Stephens Axleen Wxlkerson B1 IC ermun, ru y 511109 HS IIUUHUOU, the M8-M S Club members' have been W0fk Thls has been accomphshed through such soclals as the spring b t d Ja t and bl monthly busmess meetlngs. V k G or e Denn1 Earl Nlont omery Roberta Denms Janet Rodgers Sally Cowie bv.. Qs... . ,... agp. 74 f-- Ut: I' SERVICE OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: Wai-Leung Hon, John Mattern, Allen Kipnis, BACK ROW: Bill Miller, Tom Crump, James LeNoire. PLEDGES-FRONT ROW: Wally Buntin, Allen Kipnis. BACK ROW: Larry Loring, Ronnie Reed, John Botthoff, Howard Bazarsky, David Handley. Alpha Phi mega Highlighting the 1964-65 activities of Alpha Phi Omega was the first all-school Valentine Dance. In an effort to initiate a tradition, APO hosted Miss Houstonian and the first University of Houston Val- entine Sweetheart. They also sponsored the annual King Ugly Contest in Novem- ber. APO's promotion of friendship, leader- ship, service, and good citizenship was quite evident on campus this year. lm- portant projects included the care, main- tenance, and display of Shasta, the UH mascot. They also sponsored the Home- coming Bonfire, the Greek Songfest, the operation of campus lost and found, and the sale of programs at athletic events. Benevolent projects also marked APO's 1964-65 academic year. Entertainment of orphans and elderly people proved to be rewarding to the members of Alpha Phi Omega. Bonnie Beeler APO Sweetheart COUGAR GUARD: Darryl Schroeder, Wai-Leung Hon, Edwin L.. Brown, John L. Mattern, 388 Q-. . it I k .xi RLUT JIU BW, it ioW iv I z I gig. GL l .IAT G, JRB tum api, Ei!AN ll It irc .grcl H1121 U DDE v V I DDE M105 FPEP u E l ,LN ' ici . JNE MPN mi 1 in IETTJ I l 1 l WRT HAT l llLl l V l in .prsz , z Ewldli .LAI NOS' lun UT lm DY ilu icH 1 N W l l I 1 1 f 1 N I e -,fm A.-Xl.UNUi JUUICS lM'I"l'LE, Joel U0.,x'I'NIAN, Charles 1s1mN'1'1,EY, Lonnie IIRICGS, llob BROWN, Edwin IIIIOWN, Ronald ISIENTIN, Wilel' Ii.Xl,OUlJAS, C. S. CIIATROU, Alherl DURIIIN, Dolen CRUJIP, Tom COX, James EVANS, James FERGUSON, John FITCH, Charles FRIZD, Milton GODBY, Cary E. CODBOLD, Melvin GROSS, Robert IIOEFER, Joseph HON, Wai-leung JACKSON, Gary JONES, Ira KIPNIS, Alan LANE, James LAVENDER, Leroy LITTLE, William LORING, Jerry MATTERN, John MILLER, Bill NIEMEYER, Nicholas FESZ, Jerrold PLACHY, Reuben PLANT, Richard POSTON, Richard PRIEST, Roger PUTCH, Thomas ROACH, Marshall ROYCE, Fred PRUETZ, Douglas scnnonomz, nami -an-1-mx-. AA-, .1-, -A,,,,,,,.,, I i in v- , 1415. Q 1. if APO ACTIVES al 'I G , V 5 H 'INA' SMITH, James SMITH, John STAHL, Allan TRICG, Theodore WALL, Herman WIDENER, R. W. CADVISORH 389 . A - .L -.-- ,- :L -,-1,4 . -.. 5.1--l 'lj' . , ' V 1.-'X-'frQi5'-1-+, rg 'S-' ' '-- 4:.,. eo '- . ,- , ,-,. rev -'- vb-7 A f-J - J..-. :L-f ,-1: ,-,,,- ,, -NZM. .,. ,., l., , ,M if .- ?T'-Ti'5 -fees L--1' f . - 2.2" rr, Q 524- 7 3- lg 4 SERVICE V ,,,,. ,.--,--. ,. ., . . 1 1 1 1 ,, , l ,lr ll r :ill ii Ml X ,l l' O ., 1: LF rw, ,r l l, si' t it w l i I . I ,I in Ll ,,l -,.w v.. -ln in 4. l rl, gt ., ua r li ls , It . if f ww r 31 U1 1 5, is it t .l V fl X 11 l fl ' Q Il WE A54 Jill, will FRONT ROW: Rise Ross, Debbie Hougen, Pauline Finberg, Ann Genett. SECOND ROW: Tommye Pyland, Kathleen McBride, Sandy Bateman, QM! Denise Singer, Dianne Williams, Carole Mannheimer. BACK ROW: Judy Adamcik, Carolyn Shry, Carol Dobbs, Glenn Mitchell, Nancy Smith. fl? R , it 'll B H ll C l ,gg ates a ouncl itll The Bates Hall Dormitory Council strived to create a more The council is the governing body of the dormitory, and the closely-knit group of girls this year by engendering a more vibrant members have authority to discipline Bates residents when the 'I school spirit. l rl X 5 qw, Evidence of this spirit was shown through large signs for foot- ' J w 'e V1 r 1 l llf' ' . . . . hh, ball games, the wearing of sweatshirts with the 'cBates Girl" on 'll i them, and the adopting of dorm songs and dorm colors, 1 Q lr ,elif 1 ilu l 11 , gg, ! V! 1 iff t in need arises. The council meets every Monday night to discuss dorm business. Top fun occasions were the fall Halloween Dance, Cougar Christmasland, a festive spring dance, and two council retreats. OFFICERS: Rise Ross, Ann Genett, Pauline Finberg fPresidentD, Debbie Hougen. l llc HE R0l C acti gran eacl l spo off- ties, l trie Het 4 c FD ,1. nr vw M A T H fJr.,.,. .., , ,vw,g,tnQLy,w-M55-,'f.,R:::wggmm,,qgxqgnyz,-gg'e--T 13 ',q1,,g':jgw 1 mf r , , 5 rhiushji -, pf 41N,vm.,.w.,w:?,:,35gg,.,-5,mfw,J.,.'h,,'4-w,.-,- e-'rw -at Af HE l . l 390 A Me, fix, AH- Y W Y Z ,,,, ,, 7 - - SERVICE FRONT ROW: Cheryl Pampe, Fran Kulick, Gayle DeCeorge. SE-COND ROW: Gail Langguth, Sherry Roosth, Lynda Hutto, Gwynn Barry, Marilyn Berry. BACK ROW: Carolyn Bub, Judy Owen, Massie Brown, Lyn Pillers, Susan Price, Joanie Kerstein. Jeffrey House Council f - "ii, -f . Intramurals, season parties, dances, and other activities occupied In addition to promoting the social aspects of dormitory life, the the residents of Jeffrey House during the 1964-65 school year. Jeffrey House Council emphasized other qualities. One such One of the special events sponsored by the Jeffrey House Dorm effort was a spring tea honoring outstanding scholastic achieve- Council was an Easter Party for area orphans. Another social ment of dorm residents. event was an open house. One of several Jeffrey House social functions was d'ormitory's cafeteria. 392 , bm pllv I p is f ,rg in -A Q 1 f I X WW" ' 'fm , ZX J an .. ., MKSMXX., wx -- X lt. a dance held in the Another added attraction at Jeffrey is the dorm pool and sun-tanned residents find it quite handy! J-1 lgQ....x WV 4 ,J ,J tl l J The L Q25 fem f g9ElS0 1 n law Hal yo on-ca ll fl ll H w l 1 ,4 I, l l ' l ' l I l J 3' N , A J l sl w il " l i L E S HWHH litflhed J 0 L. Gwynn Barry, X' :ts of fl0IIllll0llll' fr qualities. Ore fling scholastic at rm? aol all SERVICE 3'0- 47 15 J 'fr' egg: 'W Q FRONT ROW: Marylin Berry, Ginger Smith, Linda Stranger. BACK ROW: Mary Ann Hammer, Judy DuLeon, Rosemary Davis, Sandy Smith, Law Hall Dorm Council The purpose of Law Hall's council is to help students benefit from associations within both the university and the community. To aid students, Law Hall Dormitory Council has tried to provide a secure, wholesome environment in which the students can grow both intellectually and socially. The Law Hall Dormitory Council, once responsible for governing 225 female residents, was responsible this year for only 76. The reason for this change was that male students lived in a portion of Law Hall this year. This 'was a result of a recent fire in one of the two on-campus men's dormitories. C' "'?... . . ,Q-f 1 Law Ha11's 'iwitch contest" is a part of the annual Halloween festivities COUNCIL GEFIECERSI Sue BUSCTI, R059 Slfkkland, Glfffiil HCSSUUE, Bonny B 'l D llv o s. of the dorm. 211 CY, 0 . 393 SERVICE MMS? ws-mx OFFICERS-FRONT: Bobbie Laughlin. BACK ROW: Shirley Trowbridge, Liz Kittman, Lyndel Hebert, Betty Street. Lanyard Club Lanyard members promote interest in all activities, of the Health and Physical Education Department of the University of Houston. Archery, tennis, volleyball, badminton, basketball, softball, and aquatics on the campus are sponsored by Lanyard, a professional organization for women majoring or minoring in health and physical education. In addition to their other activities, Lanyard members handled the concession stand at this yearis UH Rodeo. Social events for the year included the annual Mother-Daughter Tea, the Alumnae Get-Acquainted Social, and the formal initia- tion for Lanyard membersg Receiving special recognition by Lan- yard this year was Dr. Susanna Garrison, HPE professor. ADAMCIK, Carole AHB, Kathy BEN NICK, - Susan c BOTTOMS, Barbara , BUCHMANN, Carol ' v e S ? 394 CLARKE, Ann CLARKE, Kathy CRABAUGH, Kay CEDDES, Dolores HARVIN, Kathie 3, M i' rd members hui ual Mother-Dztj ld the formal L' o recognition by! PE professor. -F .. ., fi' sg: CSIS- AHB, H215 BENNIE ooo.. E Sus: Hoof' H112 MB- Cui R CUB A? auf? ko CHF GW F ol X , 1 3 I II: I I I I I II ,III ,I I .I II If I I' ., 5 I' lv: III BIII -1 IIIO rr .V 'II J III If IIII1 III ,-f' II I' 'I' ' 3II. 2Ig I . II I 12 III W III LRC IIE? II I I gli", Lil' Tr III E QQ 'W' I I I1 ,Ei I - II Age . IITI IIII 2 II I III I II III . .Q II'II III II I I .I I I I , 'Ig I II 'I I'I II 'I-I J- ,III IU 'I III' III Ii 'III III? III NI IIII 'MII I 'II III III III MII I II.I I I' IH III PIII ' III III III' III' IIIII I.fII.III III? III II. II.II JI' IIII Ig IIII IlIII I , I IIIN. I IIIIII I 5, .II , ,I F II-I ,IIIIIIIII II I I I 'HIIIII I if I. Il U III, I A III . I "I I ,IIIII 1II.I5 I I II II, I III I IL, I II I I, I :II I .III III , 'III by .Q .I I I, . 'Q SERVICE iff? fn. , QW 1 , fa 'gg ' IAWNWM FALL-FRONT ROW: Cary Schwartz, George Chern, Rodney McFadyen, Paul Crooks. BACK ROW: Wilbur Grohman, Bob Bosworth, Gordon Marshall, Frank Bracken, James Knobles, Bobby White. Men's Dormitory Government lVlen's Dormitory Government, the law-making body for the House in December. With the cooperation of the men residents University of Houston on-campus men's dorms, did not con- who decorated their rooms, doors, and halls, MDG impressed fine its efforts to the residence halls alone this year. visitors to both Taub and Law Halls. A lunch was served as a A Christmas party was held for the Industrial Home Children climax to the affair. and the event not only gave the children a pleasant holiday but Representatives to MDG are chosen from the various floors of also provided the men with a great deal of satisfaction. the men,5 dormitories, One of the most successful projects of MDC was an Open ,Nu SPRING-FRONT ROW: Bob Bailey, Don Matlos, Joe Cone, Bobby White. SECOND ROW: Bill Dorman, Butch Crecnc, James McClain. BACK ROW: Larry Rubenstein, Luis Zaffirini, Paul Viscusi. I y 396 'I I I I .N II I I I I II I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I . Cordon Mart. the men tiff 5, MDG intpin- :h was served ie various fin 4. f, , , RYYYHYYW , ,.., ........., . , 5 ,- as i 1 7 A 1 SICHYILIE Q, ' .7 ' 'J f'. 1 i ' ,'1', 41 AJ 'l N, f R . V f '-. , up I 1, a...,,L V , 1 Jlflffrn. -5' l 4 ' .K " . . is ef? , "it ,r 1,3 asf' --Q . li s 1 1 ' 7 1 . s ai s r 1 x I 1' tn' It 4 L 0 'fl 1 ti 3 - ' ,. 4 ' , K , 3171 ff - 1 - I - "" 4 Y. .lf 1-4' ' I. 'ri kinda if we -f L, 'ffefkg 'l " Y'-vw tudent Association President Tom Fowler ,fl Y' Tom Fowler, 1964-65 Student Association president, dances, dedications and other events consumed much presided over the student senate and was the official of 'l'om's time. representative of the student body to the administra- For example, in October UH President Hoffman 9 tion and faculty' appointed him as LH representative to President John- f Fowler, a junior majoring in political science, is son's 'White House Meeting of Student Leaders in i ' f' the first SA president to work under the governmental Washington." This trip was one of the more relaxing fi i system which went into effect in March, 1964. He is. henefits ofhis hectic presidential year. . it i therefore, considered a pioneer in UH unicameralism Fowler has described campus politics as being F , and admits that the trial-and-error period was not Uviciousv yet will remain active in them. He will serve pl J easy to endure, SA for another year as a 1965-66 Arts and Sciences ly Senate and committee meetings, dinners, speeches, 5811211011 li' C 397 , it ami: II II I I IIII' lj, I I. II: Ill" '-I -II I,j .Vg I, II .I I. ,I VIII ,1 II I. ,jg , I' I I I I FII ' I It I . II . .I Ivfl ' 'III III IJ, II Ir ,s, ,H 'lax I II I I MI ju I Il II I ll I ,I II II jljll llllll' I I I -I 'I ",I IPI 'I I II II Ill I , I I .I ,, I, III III III, II' I ,, 1 : I If I' 'Illl I IIII I. I I I, ,V I WII I I LII . , 'I QI I I Nu .I ..I II I I I III, IIIIII II I'II 'III IIIIII IIIIQI II III? Ig'III2lll l.VI,l1I III, IIIII IIII5' I 'II Ellll N ,III III I I I lll -'I IlI'l I III, I L . I.II,I, I I I SERVICE Vice-President, Frank Cain Secretary, Roxanne Reff I 398 tudent Association fficers Vice-President Frank Cain, Secretary Roxanne Reff and Treasurer Jack Hardig were top officers in the Student Association this year, Two of the officers, secretary and treasurer, were appointed by President Tom Fowler based on their past interest and participation in SA. Pre-med junior Frank Cain, a former Arts and Sciences Senator, was elected to his position by student body vote. Such projects as the student ID cards and the all-school elections came under his jurisdiction this year. ln charge of the official election board, Frank also handled all election complaints. Roxanne Reff, business education junior, attended senate meetings and kept minutes for each meeting as the official Senate Secretary. Like the SA president, Roxanne maintained regular afternoon office hours and took care of all SA correspondence, typing, and filing. She also assisted in other capacities of SA, such as Cougar Christmasland. Senior accounting major ,lack Hardig served SA by keeping budget records for the approximately SIS34-,500 in the treasury. ,lack was responsible for signing all checks for funds appropriated through the student senate. Treasurer, Jack Hardig G L- The I IonS acl IIIJII an' The 5 Ituflffnl A Com Ioarfl II III f CIIIS al I01' the Ignlallvf Rgpre lzes Of WIIHIS IIIII bye eleC Any pective Once .ommlll Iovernn nent, HI Ip of tln 'Ilus lniversi owed a Iudy sit I I I I I I2 IK I I SEN NUI I ,I I I I I . I I I . I I I Mt H . Q 1 and T, Wh. . ' I tion rhls My fl rarrrrrm tents Serra. Htl llmltctg Came lllllltr ti on lloalilr fra. Senatemerrif. ' Senate Secrttar. 'egular alterrr HCC, typing, , suclr as CW, SA by ljffyrr tlie treasury, 1, propriated tlrrt tudent ASSOCl3tlOl1 The University of Houston Student Association func- tions acmely in two major areas, those being the student Court and the senate. The student court decides on questions concerning the Student Association and its constitution. Members of the SA Court represent the students on the University Student Board which deals with disciplinary action. The senate is the official governing body for UH stu- flgnls and is responsible for coordinating student affairs. For the first time, this year the senate was the sole repre- scntative body. Representation in the SA senate is determined by the sizes of the eleven UH colleges. Senators, usually individ- uals who have had previous SA experience of some type, are elected by the constituents of their colleges. Any student at UH, individually or through his re- spective senators, may introduce bills into the senate. Once introduced, a bill goes to one of five standing committees: Rules and Judicial, Student Life, Fiscal and Governmental, Academic Affairs and Leadership Develop- ment, and Social and Spirit. These committees are made up of the various senators. This year, several senate bills directly affected the University community. One such bill was the one that al- lowed an extension of library hours, affording a better study situation for many students, both off campus and on. l -r li? N-.. SENATO . 'U ' ' 'l d G I GUY H IRS-FRONT ROW. John Dalolei Blu Wffkiri. ROilVlaChI.:lrlea Hdllflin er Dean William Yardley Clarence Eriksen John Mat ern atom, Bill Soffar, James McClendon, Judy H0 mm "' " ' ' ' 'A' '- "" 2-.. .-: ff 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 21 1 2 11 11 11 11 11 11 51 ' 1 11, 11, 1. 11 1. 1 1 1 1 11 11 111 11 11 1. 1 11 11 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 '1 . 1 SERVICE OFFICERS: .Iosanna Brattis, Ressie Tracy, Rozzy Lilly. Josanna Brattis, Dolly Johs, Judith De- Leon, Cara Cummings, Diane DeKinder, Carolyn Shry, .lane Quarles, Barbara Bromber, Sandy Bateman, Bessie Tracy, Nancy Innis fFaculty Advisorl 400 in 5 Carol Kenney, Lorelei Baum, Mary Ellen Gorka, Mary Bleakie, Jackie Shires, Rozzy Lilly, Carolyn Hartnett, RuNel1 Stitt, Dru Lodge. Women Student Association "Expanding,service" is the keynote for the University of Houston Women Student Associ- ation. New and varied activities this year included distribution of ID cards, manning polls for Student Association elections, ushering at various films, and issuing a freshman hand- book. Also this year, five members of the WSA executive council attended the first state WSA meeting and UH's organization gained a national charter as a result. Mrs. Nancy lnnis, sponsor, was new this year to WSA and aided the organization greatly. To fulfill the goals of WSA, the executive council may enlist aid from every woman student on campus, for each is a member. The executive council is composed of one repre- sentative from every women's organization on the UH campus. 1 es on. 115 S yards at 11 1 1 V I1 1 1 1 1 1 E 1-'ROI 1 II Membc 1nd spiri 11 many 1 1. Promo hunity li ind insti ire three 1 One le 1perati 1 Iry, It VEOIIIC 1 c 1 P C 1 1 1 1 g I Q 4 I i Nw. 77" N W 1 I I Z , ,fi I ,,.,f 4 gf.-ri Y 4 an 1 PA ' . dv man Cong acti l in w ship 1 mot of I to amo p Spa pres ina SP NL SERVICE SPARKS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL-FORWARD: President Kay Brendel. BACK ROW: Sharon Comelius, Carolyn Sandy Atkinson. The flashcard section at football games, Fresh- man Orientation, Homecoming Carnival, and Cougar Christmasland were only a few of the activities of Sparks this year. Sparks is an organization of college women in which membership is based on grades, leader- ship, and activities. The primary objective of Sparks is to pro- mote college loyalty and spirit in the University of Houston students. Sparks members strive to maintain a high standard of scholarship among outstanding college women. Top boosters of campus spirit this year, SP31'kS sponsored the cheerleader elections and presented the spirit award to the UH outstand- Ing organization. SPONSORS: Carmen Stallings, Dr. Susanna Garrison. Meyer, Taffy Lamping, Carole Marti, A .wys-f-lDY"'7" fm I S 403 , . . ,- , , ..-- .L " :.:.. . '-if ,. .:- --1-ff :Y -- '--fp ?f?'.:-iv..-:z1....,:y3-,L,1f4,..,1-:wgz JU?--1.-1. -fr-.ings .- -. - ,L-1. -,. - - ,., - .,,.- .- .H . , " ' ' ' " ' X ' "'f -" " 5:- fvfff 1, -1 if ?f 1 , -f " 5 . 'qui' f? "fi "5fL 3?5f -4?ii?i:l?i1-T1'gl liifff 21" :'F 7'IiJi'f?Qf fifi4g?1 "'1'1".. f A ' , - A 4-f - .-.M - - - a - -a r- ,-,. .,,:f.- 4: , ,. . f ,,,, 1 xW,7m.,.,,,..,3,. ig ,... , yy ,f,f, X ,..,..., ,7 www, 1' S , A nam, 4 a, ,. M f, ' f f f f ' Ziff? Q ff LU ,f , ff' i "' iiwfh?f'1fwQ,s,w1uAsk-wQffi,Wf', 40 sf, , , X, N ' "w ,,-x X 'Q -a.lf 0 ' 7.ii'?Q5!'WWW ff' 14 tfmiawfr ,',,,f, W Q, A v f' 'fwf ss XW-f Q, fu ..,, ,,,,, g Q """""' 1 """" A 'lll W '------ ffff The Cullen Center at 500 Jefferson provides a scenic picture of part of the Houston skyline including a view of the famous "weather eye." Many businesses in the Houston area place advertisements in the HOUSTONIAN, as can be noted, along with the student and organi- zations indexes, beginning on page 406. yx. W 1 1-ft? Sega, J T IE-E. fi i ..,-W. its vi , 'Qi' l'Z 1 fn. fi" :- 'Z-1' .JV ' 'mIf"',, , I' PIC f?. Wm' elfii I 1. zvwaih F 15 I Qu' 'JKUFD' '.'.' yy ,WWWM , w' Lf H' 4' I . Ie 'A .-,N 1l.,. 1 'r -. . ' , M X '. . ff'f".1i'f"--V f' x L. x - I' " - 'J-255' AQ: ' " ML-Z4',:?1ii'm'W?-5'i'RF 'W' '- ,.--wif , ull,-.-, 3- 1,4 fa!-.VL 1 ,--,',-.Lf-lu Vg . ifgvwf Rf' wif.,-2 5'f4gff.1.4,,:f f.133f61 4,3j.f. fy -4 'Hi' .c -Sa-Q. -LA is - . 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I ,. 1. it-,, 1 k 11-- 1 1 1 i ! if 11 I Accounting Society . . . . Alpha Chi Omega .. Alpha Delta Sigma Alpha Epsilon Delta .... Alpha E psilon Rho Alpha Phi Omega .... Alpha Pi Mu .............. Alpha Rho Omega ......................... Institute of Industrial Engineers . . . . . . . . Society of Civil Engineers . . . . . . .. . . . . American Chemical Society .............. American Institute of Chemical Engineers American American Pharmaceutical Association ..... American American Society of Mechanical Engineers Association for Childhood Education Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales . . ........-...........-...-......-.-.-...-..-....-'....-......-...-.......--. Band .. Baptist Student Union .................. Bates Hall Council ................... .. Beta Lambda ........................... Campus Clergy and Religious Counselors -....--.--...............-....-......... Organizations Index Law Hall Dorm Council Le Quartier Latin ....... .... Mature and Married's Club .... Mcn's Dormitory Government Newman Club ..... ....... Omicron Delta Kappa ....... Orchestra ..................... Organization of Arab Students Panhellenic Council ......... Phi Beta .......... Phi Delta Chi .. Phi Epsilon Pi ..... Phi Kappa Phi . Phi Kappa Theta .. Phi Mu .......... Phi Sigma Kappa Phi Theta Kappa Phi Theta Upsilon .... Phi Upsilon Omicron ... Pi Kappa Alpha ............ .,- Chi Omega .................... Chorus ...... ................... ..... .... . . . Christian Science Organization Church of Christ Student Foundation Cougar Staff .... ............ .. Debate Team ........ ........... . .. Delta Chi ...... Delta Gamma ...... Delta Sigma Phi . Delta Theta Phi ....... .......... . Delta Zeta ............ Economics and Finance Association . . . Ecumenical Ministry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eta Kappa Nu Folk Music Society . . . Gamma Alpha Chi . . . . Hedges East Council . . Hedges West Council ........ ..... Houstonian Staff . ....... . . . . . . Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers . . . Interdisciplinary Program, Club Interfraternity Council . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cap and Gown ..... Pi Omega Pi .................. Pre-Medical, Pre-Denta Pre-Pharmacy Society l Society. . . . . Propeller Club ............... Readers' Theatre ...... Red Masque Players ........ Religious Groups Council Rodeo Association ....... I I I 288 Scabbard and Blade . . . I I I 300 Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . I I I 363 Sigma Chi ......... . . . I I 290 Sigma Delta Chi . . . I I I I 342 Sigma Delta Tau . . . I I I 371 Sigma Nu ....... . . . I I I 353 Sigma Phi Epsilon ........ . . . . . . 382 Sigma Pi Sigma ........... . . . I I I 341 Society of Petroleum Engineers I I I 391 Sparks .................... . . . I II I 391 Speech, Hearing Clinic . . . . . I I I 372 Spirits .................... . . . I I I 355 Student Association ...... . . . I I I 359 Student Optometric Association I I I 318 Tau Beta Sigma ..... ..... . . . Jeffrey House Council ......... Kappa Alpha Mu ...... Kappa D elta Pi .... Kappa Epsilon . Kappa Kappa Psi .. Kappa Psi . . . . . Lanyard Club . . E 1 11 1R- 1 1 1 1 1 4 Theta Sigma Phi ............ Theta Tau ................... Women's Student Association .. Writers' Club ................ Young Democrats ........... Young Republicrius Zeta Tau Alpha 'pp- The modern bank 406 for young I-Ioustonians FIRST CITY NATIONAL BANK OF HOUSTON MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION L, I...-", ,-...wsprmg A ff- + .og f1'vtF"- Y .- 'fnqfipx ni -. T. ..-"7 .,v I t-53-'L " l' ,,,,- ' f iff- "' f- 5 LVJ...,,, VAX, CJ! ul .. HOB--Q-g X-1' Vp HHWJ M 1-b 5 . . Z p 1n Houston Cameron has extended the availability 4-'- --P . ' ,:., q.qq.b y V of its famed pressure controls to all parts of the oil producing world. 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Houston London Paris Mexico City Edmonton Buenos Aires Cene- "' 7 " B' ' ' " .' , --1---w-- -... i Name Pages Name pages Name pages Name Pages Aalund, Jnniee .. 389 Allen, Terry 68 Arwen, Richard .. 90, 311 Bflrkwill, John - so Aaron, Paul . . . .. 102 Allen, William . , 241 Aubrey, Richard . . . ...... 83 Barlctta, Virginia . . . 78, 291 Aaron. Wayne . . . . . . 340 Allerton, Martha . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Auchtefi Patricia -- -- 335, 384 Barley, Leonard . . . . . 70 I Abbey, Ronald . . ...... 311 Allison, Draper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Austin, Stephen . . . . . 120, 367 BMHCSI David I I I I I I I 363 Abbott,. Brenson . . . . . . 105, 299 Allison, Marianne . . . . . . 52, 66, 230, 285 AWN, Charlene -- --"-- 60 Barnett Carol I I I D 52 t Abbott, Caleb .. 116, ass Allison, Robert ..... 102, 349, ass Aven, Travis --.- 60 B,,,,,e,,' Donald II 83 Abbott, Stephen ' . . . . ,,,,,,. 365 Almaraz, Pedro . . . . . . . . . . . 120, 369 Awwad, Elias . . . .... 105 Barnett, Donald I I I I I I . 145 I X Abernathy, Clarence . . . . . 120 Almendarez, Joe . . . ...... 75 Ayres, Eddie . . . ..... 110 Barnett' James I I I 325 371 I X Able, Paul .......... . . 68 Alonso, Alfonso . . . . . . . 113 AYf9Si Th0mf1S ------ - - 116, 355 Barnett, James .... II I I I I I 71 1 Aholafia, Eleanor . . . . 120 Alsup, Richard . . , , 113 Babendllfffi David - - - ----- - 68 I I I I , I I Barnhart, Charles ...... ..... 3 11 Abolafla, Mary . . . . 71 Alton, Cynthia . . . . . . . . . ..... . . . . 328 Babln, Robert ..... .... 3 68 BIIIIIIIIIIIIII WIHIIGIIIIIIIII I I I I I I I I I I I 52 X Abraham, Helen . . . .... 43 Alwais, Howard . .................... 75 Babineckv Frank "-- ' " 55 Bm-on Faustin ,,,,,,, ,,,. 2 55 334 A Abraham, Lynn . ......... as Ander, Willard 107 212, 341, 348, Babineck, Thomas - -- 37 BM, 'Bmw 61 R Abu-Rish, Wagih . .. ..... ,. . 382, 383 360. 361, 399 Babula, I-CDH - - - -' 88 Barr: Nona ".'.. I I I I I I I 93 I Abushaaban, Ahmed . . . . . . . . . . .... 382 Anders' Melvin "" ' ' - - - ' - - - ' - - - - - - 33 Babvlai PM - - ' ""' 70 Ba,-,era Richard I I I I I I 120 369 sr' Acke1I June iiil I I I I I 94 Anderson Andrew . . . ........ 88 Baca, George . . . . . 111 BIIIIIIII ' Lilley II I I ' 78 5 AcockI James I I I I II .... 88 Anderson Anthony . ..... 37 Bncarisse, Deanna . . . . 94 Baninciau WIIIIIIII . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Ig' Acostav Ricardo - - ------- 31 Anderson Betty ' ' ' ""' 346 Bacile' Betty "" ' ' ' 58 Barron lA1ICf1 . . . I I I I . n 353 I Aenna, Gilberto 120, 369 Andefson Cami -- -- 335, 377 Bneile, Nick .. .. 75 BIIIIIIII' Paula ' ' 41 a at Adnin, .. ...... ni, nl renee. David nn Jffffv 341 Thomad ll0.H233n30I1-.H347 Le, Adamcik, Carole .. .. ........ .. 98, 394 Anderson Francie I ,,,,,. 38 B,,,,,,I David -. 81 ' ' ' 353, 4oi If ,,,, Adnineile, Judy ...... 94, 286, 287, 390 Anderson, Jack I ---- - -- 90- 344 Bacon LUCY -- -'-- 83 Barroso, Darrell .. .... .. 107 I X Adame, Herlinda . . . . . ............... 54 Anderson Jacquelme ' ' ' ----- 233 Badgerf David ' ' ""' 120 Barry, Gwynn . . . .... 288, 392 iff Adeniele, Kenneth ........ . ...... 37 Andefson James ----- 43 Badger, 101111 -- -- 319, 401 Bnrlele, Fred .... 144, sod Igf' Adams, Dorothy I I I I 93 Anderson John .... . . 108 Badger, Peter .........,............. 299 BIIIIIIIIIII Gene I I I I I I I I I 343 I Adamm Frances I I I I 68 Anderson Kenneth . . . . 37 Badgley, Bessie ............ ........ . . 93 Bartelsq Ira I I I I I I I I I I I I 306 AdamsI Hilary I I I I 75 ingerson hygln I . . . . . . . 68 Baer, Patricia . . . 153, 15gg82lIS,0 Banheh Cheryl I I I I 56 1 Ad I Jh II 247 nerson acom ..... 98 ' ' ' I ' ,,I, I T - MZ22, tiff, .... .. ei Anderson, Rob-an 1- . .---.... 80 Balmer, Mary --'--------------------- 83 Eifltii 13223, .. .... 23 T Addins, Ma-ry .... .. 54 Andmou Haber' L- -- 53' 331 Bailey' Bomly "" "" 7 8' 291' 393 Beillef Shirley .. 78 3 Adams, Rieliend 352 Anderson SYHHIW - ----- 93 Bailey- Mum' Lomse ' """""' 47 llniien, Clyde ..... 31, 322 II,i Aden, Robin I I I I I I 70 Anderson, Texas .... . , , 335, 361 Bailey, Robert ....... .... .... 8 3 BIIIIIOIII Margaret I I I I I I I I 327 I. II Adi, Fred I I I I I I 83 Andlch, Bryna . . . ....... 97 Bailey, Wllllalll .... 83 BIIIIIOIII Willis I I I I I I 327 I 'RTE Agan, John . . . 83 Andrade' plana ------ - 83 Baker' Everett ' ' ' ' ' 260 Barziza, Gurnade . . . . . 83 Allan, Danny I I I I I 83 Andre, Michael .... . . . . . 126, 309 Baker, Gene - - -- -' 33 Basem Karen I I I I I I I I I I I 71 - Ahart, Patricia . . . ...... 51 Andrews' Camie """' ' """ 58 Baker' Gregory ' ' ' ' ' 66 Basham, Daniel . . . . . . . . . 68 Ahlman, cniy ass Andfews' Richard David 75 Baker, James " 56 Basham, Karen 54, sas l " Ah,-I Kathleen I I I I I I I 291, 394 Allgeln DQFHS ----------- . . . . 68 Baker' James ' ' ' 75 Bashinski, Edmond . . . . . . . 78 Ahrens, Richard . . . . .... 71 .Angelh Richard Baker' John ' ' ' ' ' ' 104 BHSICIH, Mildred ---- ---- 4 4 , I Aikey, James ........ 111 Angelius' Lincoln -- 340 Bake" John "" 299 Baskin, orie ' . 379 Ainsworth, Edward I II IIII 51 Angefsfeilli Katherine . I II 52 Baker, Kendella .. .... 233, 314 Bass, Barbara . . .. .. .. 93, 346 I Ainsworth, Flerine .... . . .. ..... .. 341 Angie' Sham' ------- -- 111 Bake" Mmhael "" ' """' 75 Been, Terry .... ....... 4 4, 291, asa I Aingwgrth, Nancy Carol . I I I 56, Anneser Joseph e -..... . . . ..-. Baker, Robert . I .".. BHSSICF, Vickie ......r.......... . . I Akers, Donald Lee, ....... 105 Ansari. Mohammed M. .. .. .... 105 Roniild 71 Bateman, Sandra ..... 334, 335, 357, 390, I Akers, Jerold Eugene . . .. 116, 364, Anselli Mari' ---- ------ - -- 73. 145 a I ' Janice ' U 94 400 l 365 Ansell, Wallace . . . . . . .... 56 Balchj Nelva "" ' ' Bates, Horace . . ............. . . . 71 AkersI Mary Chess I I I I IIIIIIII 58 Antar, Munther . . .. . 83, 382 Baldrfdge' Daylecn ' """ 94 Bates, Sharon ...... . . . 285 I I Akin, John ........ 120, 367 Anthony. Pamela .. .......... aa Ba1d"fige' Hugh " ' """ 104 Barrarbee, Harold -- 43 5 Akin, Teddie Royce ..., , I,,III 127 Antone, Maryjo ..................... 58 Baldwin' Charles "" ' ' 37' 297 Batten, Patricia . . . . . . . . . 88 I Albers, Harold ,,,,,,, ,, 103I 350 Apnlelnie, Richard 178, 253, 254, 256, Baldwin, Edward ---- 54 Bnille, Joel ..... .. 389 l Albers, Rebecca Carolyn .... .. 64 311 Balemmef IJUJY -- -' 70 Bender, Thomas .. 108, 304 'F Albert, Karen Kate Hahn . . .... 93 APPICWIIIYC, Lyndon . . .... 322 Hales, JUIIAHD . . - ' ' 334 Bauer, Carolee . . . . . . . . . 83 , Albert, William ....... 43 -A-fluflfnal Anthony .. ...... 75 Balfoufg W'H'af" " 120 Bauer, Mniy .... 361 A l Albenli, Carolyn .... .. 94, 229 Aflmlma, Donna .. 63, 332 Balkanll- HW" 105 Baugh, Hollis ........ 113 , Albertson, Larry . ..... ..... 2 66 Afballgh, Linton . .. ...... 309 Ball, JOY """' " 78 Baum, Lorelei """ " ' 50, 332, 376, 400 I Albrecht, Allan Ray .... .. .. 83 Archer, Diana ----- --... 5 2 Ball- Rayford ""' """ 6 5 Bautsch, Charles . ................. 105 Alburez, Ricardo . . . . . . . . 127 Arena, Concetta . .... . . . 94 Ballard' Pamela ' ' """ 94 Bautsch, Kenneth . . . . . . . . . . 147, 299 f Aldridg,-,I Claudia I I I I I 91 Armstrong, Kathleen . . . .... . . 94 Ballard' Hoge' ""' "" 2 53' 257 Bawa, Mohendra . . . . . . . . 102 Aldridge, Dennis ....... . . 64 Ameffi Jerri' ------- ....... 8 3 Bauenger' Rfnfald ' ' ' ' ' ' 661 334 Baxter, Sandra - - - - 53 I Aldridge, Patricia , , , , , , , , , , ,,,, 51 Arnett, Karen . .... .... 7 1I 379 Ballew, Patricia . . . ...... 75 Bayer, Harriet I I I I I I I I I I 338 I Alexander, Dorothy Emma . . . . . . 346 Afllillge Bernhard . . . . 253, 311 Balson' Robert ' ' "" 71 Bazarsky, Howard . . . . . . . . . . . 388 I Alexander, Jerome . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Arnold, Donald . . . ....... 75 Ban' Frank """ ' ' ' 362 Bealmear, John .... . . . 364, 365I I Alexander, Jerry .. ........ 105 Arredondo, Carlos . . . 75 Bang' Charlotte "" ' ' 97 Beard, Mary ------ ----- - -- 94 l Alexander, John 120, 314 Arrendell, Billie .. 341 Banged, Cm' " "" 94 Beard, William s. .. 71 Alexander, Lee ...... 340 Arteherry, Micheal .. sa Banks' Joyce """' 68 Beeiden, Michael 71 Alexander, Patricia . . .... 51 Arter, Susan . . . . . . . . 177 Bankf' Margaret ' ' ' ' ' ' 42' 293 Beasley, Dixie .... . . . . . . . . . 88, 342 ' 1 Alexander, Robert ........ ..... 1 11 Ashton, Norma . . . .. . .... 66 Banvlue' John ' ' ' ""' 111 Beauchamp, Anthony John . . . . . . 80 II Alexander, Roger .... . ..... . . 75, 339 Aspan, Michael . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Bamkat'I Nabil ' """ 108 Beauchamp, CIIHIICS It Alexander, Wayne Robert . . . . . . 108 Athey, Wallace C. II . . . . . . .... 60, 312 Bamnskl' Su? ' ' ' ' ' 60' 295 Becan, Marilyn . . . . . . . . . . 61 ' Alfano, Sammy Perry ...... .. . 312 Atkinson, Eleanor ..... ....... 6 0, 287 Barber' Jufhth "" 52 Becht, Dorene . ----- 341 ' Alford, Charles Wendell . . . . . . 120 Atkinson, Florence . . . .... 49, 283, 285 Barber' LOUIS ' ' """""' 44 Beck, Eugene . . . 105, 352 Alfred, .lohn . . .Q ....... .... 5 4 AlkinS0n, James . . . .......... 369 Barber' Sandra ' ' ' ' 93' 357' 361 Becker, Jan .... . . . . . 58, 291 Alkire, 'rlininee Brien .. ass Atkinson, Jim .. 120 Bafbini OSC? --'-'- --------- 4 1 Becker, Jerome .... 116, ass I, Allelienli, William . .. as Atkinson, lvlniy .... ..... 94 Bafbouff Mlchael 247- 312 Becken R,Cha.,d 31 I Allee, Henry . . . . . . . . 66, 327 Atkinson, Robert . ........ . . .... . . . 299 Bardin' I-Feginflld ""' """ 1 29 Beckett, Sarah ,,,,, .... ' . . 94 l Allen, Benn .... . ..... sa Atkinson, Sandy 213, 232, 288, 357, Bafgaleskll Smmund -- ------- 129 Beckham 10.1611 Allen, Brent . . . .... . . . . . . . 299 402, 403 Barkflrl Liflda -""" ' -- 41, 295 Beckham: Rondena I I I I I120I 357 Auem John Newton JL I I 116 Attar, Ahmad . .. .... . ........ 104 Barkln, Alice ...... ...... . 60 348 355 , . Beckmann, Robert . . . . . . . . . . Allen, Margaret -------- - -- 94 Amr' R185 103. 382 Bmkleyf El'Zahe'h 58' 391 Beckwith, George .. .. 116, 364 ses Allen, Ronald . . . ....... . . . . . . 368 ANTH, Jacqueline . . . ....... 41 Bafkov Andrew ----- - ' 2971 319 Beddom RI Dean I I I I 115I 354I 355 - - - , One Source for Laboratory Supplies CA 2-627' P- 0- BOX 9727 I 2408 Everett Houston 9, Texas l In Q Instruments O Apparatus I ' G'aSS"'a'e ross foundr . I I Furniture Y II . Chemicals INCORPORATED A I III II Bushings I S e Mold Castings Camed 3 Permanent Mold Castings in I I wi H I E cn! 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's X I ,ff j r r 5 Nam 8 pages Name Pages Name Pages Name Pages Bedingcr, Charles . . . . . 120 Bortazzi, Paulo .. ... 166 Blevins, Billie ' ' - - 94 Bowen, Douglas - - - - - - - - - - 57 Beekman, Johannes . . . . . 111 Benin, Mary .. ............ 56 Bleyl, Janet . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Bowen, .Nell . . . . . . . 17, 226 Beclcr, Daniel . ..... ..... 3 85 Bembe, Bonnie . . . 334, 335, 357 Blickhan, Pamela . . . . . . . 78 Bowers, Martha . . . . . . . . . 70 N X Beelsv Robert ""' ' ' 80' 354 Beust, Brenda ..... . . . 48, 232, 402 Bliss, Donald . . . . . . . . . . 336, 354 Box, Kenneth , , , , , 353 , Beenev 101111 -'--' --' 102 Bevan, Michucl ... .......... . sz Blockwick, Corliss 44, asa Boyd, James H H 108 Begnaud, Harriet -- -- 61 B lay, oscar .. ......... 70 Bludwonh, Rosita . .. ... 54 B yd Jo Anne H . 94 X X Behrens' Maury ' ' ' ' ' ' 94 Bilala, Kcwul ...... . , . 129 Board, Richard - - ' ' - 33 Bgyd, Martha , , , , , , 44 Behfensv Robert ' ' ' ' ' 33 Biedenharn, Catherine . . 58 Boatman, Charles . . . 389 Boyd, Robert . ' ' l ' 342 S Balcom, JaC'1"e1i'1e -- ---"- "" ' ' 58 Bieker, William ..... .. . 116 Boeker, Patsy . . .. 52 Boyer' Mm, Um W 76 X EES, BI-:imiixn """ "" ' ' ' ' 335 Bienverlu, Elia . . .... 34 goesling,-1 Jeanne - ' ' B0yett1 BradlCY . .. . . 314 e 0 y 4 111 , y v B' , Sh . 145 oette, eanette .. B 1' Ad H 129 A Bell, Judith .. ................... ass Alicgrofyr H 94 Boggs, Robert , ,, ,,, 311 B215 Ragnffrd W M H 61 Bell, Karen . ..... .... ..... .... . 2 9 5 Billings, Roberta U H 61 Bohn, Leslie . l , , , , , 306 Bozeman, Patricia . I . . . . . 151, 295 3 i BCH' Stephanie ' "" ' l 71 Billups, Bobby ---- ' - 47 Boike, Mary ' ' ' ' ' """" 61 Brace, Seely . . . . . . . .... 37 X Benavides, Constance . . . 60 Bingham, Donald . . . . .. 105 Boldt, Barbara . . . 293, 335 Bmck, Leroy .'.. I ' . . D . . 67 Q, Benfatti, John ---- - ' ' 75 Bingham, Melvin .... . . 97 Bollfrass, Katha . . . ----- 335 Bracken, 1:-,rank . ' I . . I . . l 396 X llgenignus, Iliean . . . . . . 13? Biondolillo, Philip . . . . . 41 Bolton, Aqimes . . . . . . 333 Blackman, Robert ' i l u . . 75' 399 ?"'f M emgnus' oy "" 'I Birch, Joe Bill ..... .... 6 5 Bonar, efrf - - - ' - - 1 Bradley, Carolyne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 383 I gentretto, E133-ankd - - - ' ' 52 Bird, Michael ..... ....... 4 4 Bond, Bobby . . . . . . . . 323 Bradley, Genevieve . u . i ' . 120, 366, 367, Y -X enjamm' war Birdsell, John . . . . . . 47, 306 Bond, Forrest .... . . . . . 391 'ix' Bennett' John ""' ' ' ' Bimey, Louise . . ....... 44 Bondescn, Robert ...... 348 Bradley' Richard , , , , , 52 Wi X Bennett' TITOWS "' "" 37 Bishoff, Robert .. ... 113 Bonham, Mary ..... .... 287, 334 B,,,d1e,-, Robert ,, ,,,,, gg it-1 Bennett' Wlllmm "' "' ""' Bishoff, Willie . . 68 Bonjour, Elizabeth ....... 93 Bradshaw, Bobby . .. ....... sa f'fl,-2 2 Bennick, Susan --- " 98, 394 Bishop, Edward ... ... 126 Bonner, Patricia . .. .. 63 Brady, Don ...... .. ... 325, 374 N-J ' Benoit, Carol ' ' ' ' ' ' 120' 367 Bisman, Mark .... . . . 359 Bonnerup, James . . ..... 57 Bramlett, Samuel . . . . . . . . 339 L-1 22 Benson' Gordon ' ' ' ' ' I I ' ' 37 Bissell, Aura . . ----- 71 Bonney, Robert . . ...... . 88 Bramzon, David - - - - - 107, 343 wr 'T Benson' Steven H' "' 311 Bhetd Lauren ... ... 68, 293 Bonno John .... ... 120, 367 Branch, Gene ---- --- 111, 343 'R , Bemhau' Fa"'1"' " 312 Black: Robert .. .. 107 Bonno: Paul . U M 120, 36, Brand, Ronna . .. . . . . . .. sz 1? Benmg Rlchafd " "Ubi" 291 Black, William ... .. 317 Boom, John , ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 8 4 Bmdino, Thomas . .. .. .. 111, 274 P i Berbman' Jean " " ' 94 Blackburn, James ... ..... .... 3 42 Booker, Thomas H H D D H l I I . I U 61 Brandon, Barbara . . .. .. 44, 195, 285 A-,V-X' V gercheyg Itrlalry . . . ...... 126 Blacklock, Lloyd . . . . . . . .......... 61 Booker, Vance . . n . . . . . ' 116, 364, 365 Brandstetter, Sharon . . . . . . . 52, 291 Q Berg, S amen . . ..... 9 345 Blackman, Douglas .... 116, 364, 365 Bookom, Thomas . . . . ' D . 111, 354 Brandt, Rxchard . ..... . . . 49, 317, 324 L -11 BZ-Sgr lgiilryb . . . 1 360 Blacksten, Bobby .... .... 1 16, 364, 323 Boppy Ronald . ' . ' . . l . 1 . - 120 grant-iey, i-Ilarrel . . . . . . . . . . . . 1- ' "" ' "" h .... ............. r an e, onnie T' Berger, James ..... . . . 312 Blackwell' -Janyt 84 BOND, GUY I ---- - - - - - - - 312 Brantony Ronald 103 350 W X Bergholz Robert . U I i i ' 304 glades, B Jlfflilly . . . ........ . . 108 Borkon, Marilyn . I . ' . I 145, 302 Bmshemzs Sarah . . . . . . . 58 , 287 1 ' 1', wee -- B , c 1 .. - -- f f 3632531 'i2zf.f,z2:1,---- 31: Blix, .. .. ,,z:::,t.,f,, aaszam P71235 -- era - ' ..... 113 B 81, Sh .. 54 Berkstresser, Betty . . . . 71 gtlliglzlefffllioger ' l . g 68 33350, J J:1nZ:Bl1d6'I' . . . . . B:-gisveelly Dario? 0 . l l l 332' 333 V ' llgeny' garbilia ' ' ' ' ' ' Blancharzi, Joan . . . . . . 336 Boschgy EMI D . ' U 102 Brasvfell, Jerry . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 351 1 Berry, Egro J' . . . . . 61 Blanco, Jesse U . U . . ' . 111 Bosworth, Robert . . l . I . I 322, 396 Brattls, Iosanna . . . . .... . . . . . . . . 291, 400 Y Berry, J war . . . . 88 Bland, Craig . . I l ' . l ' ' 49 Botsford Robert I I 386 387 Brauchle, Walter . . . 83, 299, 342, 343 W erry' erry " " ' . '- ,, ..... 71 , ... 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B nrnou, Irn , , , , , 71, 291 Can1n1,e11r Dnna1d r r r r r r r 41 Brink, Cnarlaa r r , r 363 rE'm2mSleg",,l'nwrence """ 68' 272' 233 Burns, Kennith . . . . . . . . . . . . 356 Campbell -laeflllelilie - - - - 93 B - 1,11 , - r 1 1 1 105 ru er' a l ' """' ' ' ' ' ' Burns, Robert . .... ............ 7 6 Campbell: James ' ' ' 651 350 Bflgkin JIEHTL, U .,.,, 44 Bllleggel' -ll'5ePll "' "' 84 Burns, James ........ .. 246 247, 311 Campbell, Larry . - - -- --.- 331 Brinkman, Patrick . . . ...... 309 Brumby' Ku-PY i l ' i ' ' 44 Blii'i'0l-igllsr Kallielfille - ' ' ' - 94 Campbell Phyllis ' ' ' " 93 Brno Rfchnd 81 299 Bfllmmellf llmmy -'- ' 336 Bursiel, Charles .... ... so Campo, Vincent -- 120, 369 Brmnin Kennern i i i i i i i i ' 100 Brunner' Alfred ' ' ' 88 Burson, Martin .... . . . 60 Campos, Joe . . . . . . . . . 108 Bro,,e,,,ok Ce,,,, . . . ...... 100 Brunner, Arnold . . . . . 84 Burris, John , , , , , , , , , 368 Cnmnoo, Tony , , , ,, 198 Broderick' Joh Y "' "" 299 llfyln- Melll "' ' 94 Busch, Douglas ... ..... 108 Canion, Ella .. .. 94 Breeder 'C1111031 ' i i ' 84 gryan' Egbert ' ' ' 3132 Busch, Sue ..... . . . 94, 393 Cann, Susan . . . . . 94 ' iiii ' ' i 'iiiil ryan' Omas ' ' ' Bush, Clyde . ..... 76 Cannon, Eva . . . . . . . . . 59 gigigrfirgrg Jg:?1,a1L' ' ' ' 42? gryanz' garilyn ' ' ' ' ' 233 Bush, Larry . . . . . . 84 Cano, Abraham . . . . . . . . . 369 ' "" "' ' ' 'YM' 1 'll' "" Bush, Ralph ... .. 104 Cantarovici, Jimmy . .. ...... 174 grook' Sa"d'l' ""' ""' "" ' ' 52 Blymeff Elllle " "' ll Bosio, Cheryl ... ... 84 como, George ....... .... 260, 263 Bron,lfman, ,,Ben .. 108, 355 Bub, Carolyn, ..... 322 Bunker, Bnrt , ,, 1, , 54 Cnnono, Torn 37 ' " uclanan' 'ma ' - Buss, Irene 54 Canute, joseph rr r 47 Brooks g-'Ynn . . . . 71 Buchmann, , Carol . . . . . . . . . Bustamante, vincent J, , , , r , 113, 384 Cnrbnjn1, Nick , , , 76 roo s, ancy 94 Buchta, Ervin ...... 1 3 , Bnner, Chnr1on 105 Cnrno, He1en ,, 94 Brooks, Reed . . . . . 368 Buchta, Gerald . . . . . . . . . 88 Butler, Fred , , , , , 331 Cardosa, David , , , , , , oo groo,1cS,, Wllirarnr . . .... 127 Burokner, gilrlrot . . . . 13,5 Bnt1er, Jnmon , r . . 187 Cnr-dwell, Bobby . . . . . . 40 Bro her on, in a . . . ....... 78 u ewrg, 1 1am . . . . . . 327 Butler, John . . . . . 335 Cardwell, James , , , , , , , , , 84 rot erton, Wlllo . . . . . 332, 333 Buenger, Bonnie . . . . . Buder, Robert , , , , , , , , , 90 Carey, John , , , , , , , 98, 339 Brough, Wendell ...... . . 102, 355 Buford, Cheryl . . . . . , 327 Butterworth George r , , . . 136 Carley Bobby . . '16 Brougher, Margaret . . . . ...... 54 Buhler, Dorothy . . . . . . , 287 Byars, Roger, , , , , , , , , , 382 Carney: John , , , , , 346 lgroughtorrr, Xrllram .... . . . . . 76 Burrnomoh, ,,1,an1,es, . . . . . . 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Cooper, William Ciolli, Carcn ....... 68 Clayton, Cisneroz, Eraina . . . Claiborne, Paula . . Clampit, Freda . . . Clancy, Catherine . Clare, Jimmy ..... Clarence, Richard . Clark, James ...... Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clarke, Clarke, Clarke, Jerry . . Judy .... Kennith . . Linda . . . Martha . . Marvin . Sue ..... Willard . . . Ann .... Kathleen . . . Philip ..... Gary .... 120, 366, 368 Carr, Jon ........ . . . 322, 323 Carrabba, Frank . . ....... 84 Carradine, Linda . . . . 43 Carrera, Danilo . . . . 89 Carrick, Albert . . . . . . . 64 Carrico F-red . . . .. . 339 Carson, Johnny . . . . . . 350 Carson, Linda . . . . . . 291 Carter, Bobby . . . . 48 Carter, David . . . . . 367 Carter, Donna . . . . 61 Carter, Graydon . . . . 75 Carter, John . . 98 Carter, Lewis . . ...... 37 Carter, Robert . . ...... 317 Carver, Warren . . . 120, 366 Casas, Johnny . . . 76, 314 Cascino, George . . ..... 98 Casey, Ben M. . ......... 88 Casey, James . . . . . . 120, 365 Casey, James . . ........ 84 Casey, Virginia . . .... 51 Cash, Howard . . . . 338 Casillas, Daniel . . . 76 Cassada, Stephen . . . . 44 Casteel, Frederick . . . . . 113 Castiglione, Stanley . . . . . . 247 Castillo, William ..... . . . 107 Castoria, Carmello . . . 44 Caswell, Dick ..... . . . 71 Cates, Don ..... . . 309 Catob, Kurt .... . . 88 Causey, Merle .... .... 6 6 Cauthen, Marilyn . . . . . . . . 57 Cavanaugh, Marianne . . . . . 84, 295 Ceaser, Jessie ...... .... 1 05 Cecil, Pamela ..... . . . 57 Cedillo, Richard . . ..... ' 37 Cegelski, Maxine .... .............. 5 1 Cemo, Michael ...... . ......... 102, 349 Cemy, Judy ..... 165, 232, 238, 314, 402 Cerny, Louis .................. 120, 369 Chachere, Constance . . . . . . . . 70 Chadick, Candace ..... . . 71 Chambers, John Alan . . . . 68 Chambers, Marinel . .... 295 Chambers, Mary . . . ...... . 402 Chambers, Nowlin . . . .... 116, 364 Chambless, Leo ..... ...... 1 08 Champion, Joseph . . ..... 44 Champion, William . . . ....... . 387 Chan, Amelia ........ 120, Chan Richard .... Chandler Duane . Chandler Judith Chandler Lairy ................. Chandler Laurel .... Chandler Sammy Chandler Tom Chaney Edwyn Chaney James Chang Chen Kun Chang Grenger Chang James Chapa Joe Chapman Edwin Chapman Paulette Chapman Sara Charendoff Samuel Charles Daniel Charlesworth Ernest Chase Jonathan Chason Carolyn Chauvm Gregory Cheatham Charles Cheatham Robert Chemoke Sherry Chen Beverly Chenault Charles Chenoweth Charles Chern George 37 522 Chesnutt Gary Chew Fredrick 8 Chiaramonte Michael Childers David Childers Michael Childress Carl Childress James Childress Mercer Chin Winston Chmboga Gales Clntwood Stephen Chladek Bessie Chleborowrcz Arthur Chou Che1Me1 Chovanec Benjamin Chovanetz Franklin Christen Barry Christen Jimmy Christian Sollie Chrrstofferson Kathryn Christopher Richard Christopher Thomas Clay, Mary ..... 58 Clayton, Cleghorn, Clemens, Clement, Clements, Clemons, Clcpper, Clcpper, Clcpper, Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Clevenger, Don ...... Frank . . . Derrell . . . Brian . . John . . . Bradley . . Rex . . . James . . James . . . Wesley . . . Floyd . . Gerald . . Richard . Clifton, Philip . . . Cline, Donald . . . Cline, Ellen ..... Cline, Katherine . . . Cline, Linda .... Clinton, Chris . . . Clooney, Robert . . . Closs, Albert .... Clossin, Peggie . . Clouette, George . . . Clouser, Edward . . Clute, Charles . Cobb, Christopher . ...... Cobb, Donald ..... Cochran, Donald Cochran, Donna Coffee Eugene Coffey Kathryn Coffman William Cohen Carol Cohen Gilbert Colbert Roy Colby Hermlna Cole Carolyn Cole Joe Coleman Edward Coleman Ron Coley Elmer Collier Boyd Collier ay Collins Dennis Collins Collins Collins Collins Collins Collins Colliste Colmer Eleanor Howard Mary Richard Royal Terry r Marguerite Ea Colton Richard Combs James Conant Chester Cone Derwood Cone Joe Conklln Richard Conlon Jon Connell John Connelly Elva Conner Donna Connor Robert Conrad Barbara Conte Carol Conway Gerald Cook Alvin Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Don Donald Jackie Jerry Juanita Palmer Patricia Cook Virginia Cook Cook William William Cooke Ira Coon Michael 125 78, 291, 328 383 4-4 49, 186 78 68 80 41 . . 108 . . 381 . . 140 . . 384 . .... 93 63 52, 378 59, 177, 295 306 . 394 394 139, 334, 402 350 . . . 88 . . 339 . . . 84 . . 365 . . 317 . . . 57 . . 299 . . 104 68 351 345 .. 350, 385 88 399 66 335 61, 285 78 44 71 .. 331 99 348 88 .... 312 105 . 116, 299, 364, 365 7 113 299 Name Pages Coon, William . .. .. 88 Coones Toby .. ..... 127 Coons, David .... ... 48, 324 Cooper, Cecil . . . . . .. 299 Cooper, Howard . .. . . . 61 Cooper, Michael ..... 71 Cooper, Norman ...... 266 Cooper, Prcasley . . 247, 260 Cooper Robert . .. ........ . 102 Copeland, Boyd Coram, Henry . Corbett, Ollie . Cordes, Ruth Corgey, Nclbert Corkern, Patricia Cornelius, Ronnie Cornelius, Sharon Cornwall, Allen Cornwall, Pamela 120 37, 299, 322 84 94 63 76, 339 94 292, 293, 336, 402 403 66 . .... 68, 362 Corry, Jo Ann ..................... 61 Cortes, Edgar . .. 336, 337, 338, 360, 399 Coston, Robert ..................... 99 Couch, Carolyn . . . 59 Coulter, Cameron .... 44 Court, Betty . .. ...... .. 94 Gourtin, Ande . . . . 37, 322 Covert, James .. Cowart, Edward 37 188 Cowie, Sally .... . . 386, 387 Cowling, Clifton ..... 120 Cowman, Hollis . . . . 127 Cox, Barbara . . . . . 383 Cox, Deborah . . . . . . . 287 Cox, James . . . .... . 299 Cox, James . .. 84, 389 Cox Michael . . . . . . 272 Cox, Paul . .... . . . 57 Cox, Randall . . . . . 116 Cox, Robert . . . . . 92 Cox, Sandra . . ..... 54 Cox, Shirley . . ........ 99 Cozart, John . . . . 84, 304 Crabaugh, Kay . . ...... 394 Crabb, Donald . . . . 344 Craig, Ronald . . . . . 78 Craven, Frank . . 368 Crawford, Jerry . . . . 60 Crawford, Thomas . . 113 Crcswell, Beverly . . 52 Crews, Lana . . . . . Crews, Robert . . 78 .. ...... 76 Criado, Alfredo . . . . . 323, 325 Crider, Jeanne . . ........ 57 Crider, Larry . . . . . . 49 Crocker, Joel . . . . . . 80 Crockett, David . . . 71 Crockett, John Cronin Crooks Croom Cross Crouch Crouch Crouch Crow James . . Marshall . . . Lawrence Susan Betty Luther Rolland Emmet Crow Kenneth Crowe William Crowley Harold Crowley Jeania Crull Victoria Crum Chattre Crump Richard Crump Tommie Crumpler Cheryl Crunk Gayle Cruse Stephen Cryan Dan Cuebas Hector Cuellar Celso Cullather Patrlck Cullen Margaret Cullom Jack Culpepper Charlotte Culver James Culver Margaret Culver Michael Cummings Ann 61 31 44 359 Cummings Cara 37 288 322 Cunningham Carl 24-6 247 Name Daniel, Kellie . . Daniel, Mary .... Daniel, Michael .. Daniels, Carolyn . Daniels, Sherry Danisch, Carole .. Dansby, Jonathan Dantonc, Joseph .. Darby, Sandra . . Darby, William . . . Darilek, Charles . . Darilck, Glenn . . Darling, Deanna . . . Darnell, Michael Darnold, Robert . . . Darrow, Paul ........ Dashiell, Dorothy Daugherty, Mary Dauphin, Dianne Davenport, David .... Davenport, Mildred David, James .... David, Pablito Davidoff, Ronald Davidsen, Clare . Davidson, Arch Davidson, Dinah .. Davidson Kerry . Davidson, Pamela . Davidson, Samuel Davidson William Davies, David ..... Davila, Carlos . . . Davis Alan . . . Davis Donna . . . Davis Edward . . . Davis Frederick .......... Davis Gary ..... Davis Gayle . . Davis Grady . . . Davis James . . . Davis John . . . Davis Joyce ..... Davis Kenneth . . . Davis Michael . . . Davis Michael . . Davis Reuben . . Davis, Ronald . . . Davis Ronald . . Davis, Rosemary . Davis, Roxann . . Davis, William . . . Davison, Jolene .. Davison, William . Day, Chester Day, Ronald .. Day, Rosalie Day, Thomas .... Dealba Arthur .. Dean Barry Dean Camille Dean David ..... Dean Paula Dean William Deats James Debney Marilyn Decesare Gloria Decker Sharon Dedman Marsha Deem Charles Deem Judy Deering Jacqueline Deering Virginia Degeorge Gayle Dejohn Charles Dekmder Carol Delagarza Roberto Delaney Charles Delareza Reynaldo Delay Mary Deleon Judith Cunningham Marian Cunningham Wade Curren Justin Curry Patricia Cushion Kathleen Cusick Robert Cyprow William Dabbs Norma Dacus Buddy Daigle John 162 179 Dalby James Dale Russell Dallas Mae Damon Dean Danburg Diane Dandriole Theodore Daniel Frances Daniel Garland Daniel James Delmar Deluke Dennis Dennis Dennis Dennis Denson Denson Denton Dereese Derkach Derkach Derrich Descant Desouza Devaney William A Eugene George Maureen Roberta William Eddy Ray William Timothy Dianna Michael Edwin Emanuel Adolph Barbara Devies Ronald Devries Peggy Dewey Ray Dewitt James Deybarrondo Daisy Dial Joan Dickey Helen Dickey Michael Dickschat Joan D1d1on Mary Die Jerry Pages 38 52 .. 299 51 52, 289 94 84 .. 356 78 84 37, 322 105 99 .. 71 .. 299 .. 118 .. 93 .. 50 93 90 94 76, 299 .. 175, 348 71 66 93 70 61 57, 289 118 44, 375 272 108 65 94 .. 365, 368 120 299, 349, 360 78 105 84, 306 . ......... 232 .. 93, 346, 361 108 37 61 .. 116, 365 65 84 .. 192, 393 49, 372 52, 306 94 .. 61, 299, 318 84 81 .. 361 93 177 93 162 5 lA. 5 l 1 831 TRY? 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I a I b Bill shepherd Ofrhe I The Gold Cup Award tor the perfect cup ot cottee is presented to Phil Ezell Ilettl ot Automation Foo s, nc.. y - it Co. Ioolcs on. t' F ds vendin I Coit B ' - C ee rewmg lnshiuie Howard Ellis Oi lhe Duncan O eil' machines throughout the campus. Other Automa ion oo This excellemi Coffee is Alspensed by Aulovlifritiitililjwrintizcdicigolldansfdhlgwiches and snacks. m . GChlnes are always ready to serve you I . F, I AUTOMATION FOODS, INC. .1 1. ,N ,.i' I ,. ,. I ."' T- K ... - ff E-.. . . ff,-2:.a1e-iffa..-fg.,..ai--+gg+..3-:J flex..- V-:TL 5 ,Tn-1 -'rug-Y fr- -E,-3 in A .It . M ,. 1 -2"- f---.4.....---.-..-..Av - ,K Y Y " - . 'S E ' .:::P'- Q25 ' 5-L-.ff-,face :Lf?'-1g-1.e1-.--f- 1E. 7. --. .W - " """ :QA 15: f""""': iii-j'fi5P "'EfE2 TT,L :ir-,g-A 'ri ,Y , 4I5 .. 102 Name Diebel, Donny .. Diehl, William .... Dierlam, Sammy Dill, Kathleen .... Dillard, Carvel .. Dimiceli, Louis . Diniiceli, Paul ..... Dinardo, Quentin Dinwiddic, Forrest Dishman, Orville .... Dittert, Idanel ..... Dittlinger, Thomas Faust, Harry .... Dittman, Karen Dixon, Carol . . Dixon, Charles Dixon, Jerry .... Dixon, Nancy . . Dixon, Newell . . Dobbins, Alfred .... Dobbs, Carol ..... Pages 299, 362 364, 365 . . . 120 . . . . . 44 66, 312 .. . . . 380 356, 385 69 . .. .. 84 116, 365 94 . .. 41 . . 88 . . . 41 .. 108 . 380 , 283, 289, 390, 402 Dobbs, Nancy , .............. 61, 289, 402 Dobyanski, James Dodge, David ..... Dodson, Gerald .. Dodson, Stephen Freedman, Gale . . . . . Fendley, Joseph .. Doggett, Donna Doggett, Thomas Dolezal, Phillip Dolson, Margaret . Domingo, Lawrence Dominguez, Daniel Dominy, Ronald . . . Dommert, Lois . . . Donatto, Joseph . . Donelson, Dee .. Donnell, Dianne .. Donoghue, Charles Donoho, Janie Donohoo, Van . . Donovan, Danny Doolan, Ward . . . Dooley, Daniel . . Doolittle, Graydon Doornbos, Peggy .. Doreck, Dorothy .. Doremus, Edward 84 102, 349 116, 364, 365 105 76 .. 120, 366, 368 84 44 52 .. 311 .. 108 59 .. 127 84 57 44 126 47, 293 84- .. 299 .. 41 72 61 99 57 52 .. 295 100 297 Dorman, William .... 57, 396 Dorman, Mike R. .... 127 Dorman, Richard . . . 76 Dorris, Carolyn . . . . . . 59 Dorris, Sherry . . . . . 72 Doss, Carolyn . . . . . 44 Dossat, Roy .... . . 297 Dossey, Theron . . . . . 339 Dossman, Roland . . . 61 Dotts, Marilyn ...... .... 2 95 Doucette, Richard . ....... 127 Doucette, Vincent 356, 385 Dougherty, Gerald 76, 304 Douglas, Charles 317, 401 Douglas, Dee .......... ..... 2 93 Douglas, Robert F. Jr . . . 76 Douglas, Samuel . . 105 Dower, James ....... . . 126 Dowling, Alfred . . . 44 Dowling, Diane . . . 289 Dowling, Michael ...... 37 Downes, Robert . 111, 314 Dows, Lillian .... . . . 63, 295, 332, 402 Doxey, James . . . ............ . 363 Doyle, George . . ........... 113 Dozier, Jerry . . . 84-, 339, 344 Drake, Edwin . . . . 125 Drake, James . . . . 84 Drake, Lawrence . . . 76 Drake, Thomas . . . 63 Draper, Martha . . . 94 D-raughn, Joe . . . . 113 Drawe, Dewis . . ..... 37 Flores, Ruben Drawe, Robert .. Drew, Prentis . . . . . Driulini, Adelchi Driver, Edgar .... 84 Terry . . .... . Driver, Linda . . Droske, Drumm, Glenn . . . Drury, Pauline . Dubose, Andrea Dudas, Joyce . . . Dudley, Forest Dudley, Peter . . Due, Ronald .. Duer, Carol Duer, William Duffy, Dianne Dugas, Larry Dugat, James ..... Dujka, Donna ..... Dunaway, Sharron Duncan, James .. Dunham, Eugene Dunham, Virginia Dunkley, William Dunlap, James . . Dunlap, Robert .. Dunn, Charleta .. Dunn, Imogene Dunn, Janice . . Dunn, Joanne . . 127, 391 .... 105 ... 347, 352, 358 49 111 84 94 94 97 247 84, 384 78 78 94 67 61 61 79 113 94 Duncan, Sarah 110, 364, 365 94 274 47 83 .. 346 94 61 68 Name PGgCS Dunn, Mary ...... .... 9 5 Dunten, Wilblxr . . . . . . . . 89 Dupree, Lynn .. 51, 53 Durbin, Dolcn .. .. - 389 Durr, Robert . . . . . . 126 Dusek, Eugene . . -. 100 Dusek, Harold .. . . 100 Duty, Robert ..... . . 105 Duvvury, Charvaka . . . 105 Dyal, Erna ....... . . 100 Dyal, Ray . . . . . 84 Dyar, James . . . . . 247 Dye, Margaret . . 95, 291 Dyess, Juana . . . , 57 Dyett, Robbie . . . 67, 186 Eady, Howard . . . . . . .. 89 Earhart, Charles . . . . . . . 34 Earle, Franklin . . ...... 379 Earle, George . . . 84, 299 East, Tracy ..... ...... 3 09 Easterly, Stanley . . . . . 352 Eastham, James . . . . . . 81 Eatman, Mary . . .... 89 Eaton, Addie . .. ..... .. 44 Eaves, David .... . . . 44, 338 Ebbs, Karen . . . . . 52 Ebelt, Bruce .... .. 47 Ebling, Richard . . . . . . 365 Eckols, Ansyl .... . . . 84- Eddington, Royce . . . . , .. 120 Eddleman, William . . . . . . 80, 299 Edmondson, Hubert . . . . . . . 306 Edwards, Jane ..... .... 6 8 Edwards, Joseph . Edwards, Karen Effinger, Karen .. Ehlers, Ann ..... Ehrlund, Charlie .. Eichenlaub, Peter . Eichenlaub, Stephen Eickenhorst, Shirley Eickhof, Susan .... Eilers, Jerry ...... Ekstrom, Gary . .... 363 44 295, 308 289 . . 71 . . . 322 . . 83 ... 95 . . 291 120 84, 299 Ellender, Preston .. 116, 364, 365 Eller, Phyllis .... Elliott, Brady .. 44 84 Elliott, James .... 123, 368 Elliott, Laurence . . ...... 266 Elliott, William . . . . . 68 Ellis, Arthur ..... . . . 127 Ellis, Glenn . . . . . 37 Ellis, Jerry ........ . . 84 Ellisor, Lawrence .... . . 84 Ellsworth, Theodore . . . 299 Ellzey, William . . . . . . . 76 Elmore, Jerry ..... .... 3 17 Elsik, Isabell . . 72, 291 Embry, Susan . . . .... . 93 Emme, Joann ..... ..... 9 5 Emmerton, Harriet . . . . . 84, 295 Emmons, Milburn . Emrich, Robert .. Enderli, Calvin ... Engelhorn, Florine Engledow, Perlie .. English, Jimmy .. English, John .... Ensey, Robert .... Epperson, Gerald .... Epperson, Woodrow Erdman, Howard . . Efrekson, Alma . . . Erickson, Dalton . Erickson, Rodney . E-riksen, Clarence . Ervin, Michael Erwin, Erik ........ .... Escalante, Joseph . Esfahanian, Mehdi . . ....... 75 104, 352 . ...... 247 . . .... 341 . . . 126 . 68 . . . 354 . . 120 . . 84 . . . 113 . . ..... 72 . ....... 95 105, 306 . . .............. 75 . . . . . 232, 299, 352, 358, 360, 399 .. ......... 76 .. .... 61 Espinosa, Maria . . . . . 61 Esse, Marilynn . . . . . 93 Esterlein, Robert . . .... 105 Estes, Dale .... 79, 293 Estes, Edgar .... ..... 4 9 Estes, Ike .... . . . 126 Estes, Wynn .... .... 3 12 Etzel, Ronald .... 145, 297 Eubank, Robert . . . . . . . 384 Evans, Carl ...... . . 84 Evans, Denny . . . . . 126 Evans, Gerald . . ....... 64 Evans, James . . . 75, 156 Evans, Larry . . . .... . '63 Evans, Laura . . . . . . . 44 Evans, Mason . . . . . 120 Evans, Patsy . . . . . . . . 61 Evans, Paul . . ....... 99 Evans, Sandra . . 366, 367 Evans, Sharon . . .... 95 Evers, Norma . . . . . . . 47 Evetts, Samuel . . . . . 299 Evola, Edward . . 76, 306 Ewell, Alan . . . . . . 299 Factor, Ronald . . 37, 304 Fader, Milton ...... . . . 364, 365 Fafoutakis, Paul . . .... 129 Fagan, James .... . . 37 Fain, Alfred . . . . . 68 Nnme Fain, Carolyn ..... Faircloth, Clifford .. Fajkus, Helen ..... Fales, Terry .. Falkc, Eileen .. Fanning, Elwin ..... Fargo, Frederick ..... Farhandi, Mohammad .. Farias, Edward ..... Farley, James . . Farman, Diane . . Farr, Howard . . . Farrack, Donna . . . Farrell, Sharon . . . Fathy, Kameran ... Faulkner, Ronald . . . Faust, Donna ..... Faust, Robert ...... Favorite, Robert Fawlcy, Linda ...... Featherston, Linda Fefer, Elkc ........ Feldt, Larry ....... Felker, Kitty . . . Fellers, Joan . . . Fenberg, Jay ..... Fendley, Sharon .. Fenley, William Fenn, Pamela .J ....... Fennekohl, Franklin . Ferguson, Charles ..... . . Ferguson, John ...... Ferguson, Leonard Ferguson, William Fernandez, Briceno-Jose Ferree, Carol ........ Ferrell, Carolyn Ferreri, Joseph .. Fetehin, John Fetters, Linda ..... Feuer, , Miles ........ . Feuerbacher, David .. Fick, Patricia ...... Fieglein, James M. . Field, Forrest ..... Finberg, Pauline . . Finch, Robert .. Finch, Sandra Fineberg, Marvin .. Finer, Neal ..... Fink, David ...... Finke, Phillip L. .. Finley, Charles Finley, Diane .. Finn, Cherie Fisbeck, Charles .. Fisbeck, Marilyn .. Fisher, Diana Fisher, Tim .. Fitch, Charles Fitts, Gerald ...... Fitzgerald, Henry .... Fitzgerald, Richard Fitzmorris, Michael . . . Flanagan, Michael .. Flanakin, Wiley Flato, Clark .... Flato, William .... Fleckman, Martin .... Flem, George Flem, Linda .. Fleming, Ted Fleming, William .. Fletcher, Betty Fletcher, James Fletcher, Patsy Flinn, William .. Florance, Helen ...... Florence, Gwendolyn . Flores, Henry ....... . Flowers, Joel .. Floyd, Jerry.. . . . . . Floyd, Richard . . . Flury, Barbara . . Flynn, John . . . Flynn, Susan . . . Foard, Jane ...... Foerster, Charles . . . Fogle, Foley, Mary ...... Susan .... Follmar, Sandra . . Fonte, Charles . .. Forbes, Metabeth . . Ford, Roy ....... Forrest, James . . Forrester, May . . . Forsey, Frank . . . Foss, Frederick . . Foster Albert . . . Foster, Bonnie . . Foster, Frank . . Foster, James . . . Foster Kathleen .... Foster, Thomas . . . Foster Tommy . . Fotinos, Billy . . . Fouke, Robert . . . Pages 66 . lll 79 76 44 269, 271 84 383 84 .. 311 .. 291 .... 317 .... 385 79, 285 .... 166 364, 365 44, 380 .... 121 .. 121 .. 75 ... 99 ... 44 .. 367 .. 303 95 88 84 299 .. ...... 68 314 57, 293 .... 68 72, 293 329, 331 81, 389 .... 79 .. 121 ... 82 .. 359 .. 44 .. 322 .... 362 54, 335 ... 102 .... 34 ...... 84 111, 299 ,.... 65 390, 402 67, 382 364, 365 51, 376 371 116 89, 343 95 .. 79 102 44 54 99, - 306 76, 389 . .... 300 363 61 63 .... 95 351, 358 84 76 270, 271 126 .. 79 344 84 287 111 59 72, 291 .... 84 ... 105 ... 127 .. 44 ... 127 .. 75 .. 57 ... 113 ... 345 .. 52 ... 304 .. 76 .. 52 ... 59 ... 121 .. 44 .... 49 67 63, 361 84 72 113 99 312, 318 82 289 363 105 126 .. 84, 260, 340 Name Fowler, Charles Fowler, Jolly .. Fowler, Linda .. Fowler, Littleton Fowler, Thomas ..... Fox, Jerry .... Fraetor, Zane .. 247 .. 93 116, 364, 140, 170, 172, 194,216,36Q Francis, Berna . ..... . Francis, William . . 84, Francke, Eugene ...... Frank, James ...... ..... Frank, William ....... . . 75, Frankinson, Beverly. . . . . . . . . . Franklin, Allan ...... . . . Franklin, James .... . . . Frankmann, Clinton . . . . . Frans, Roberta . . . . . Franz, Vicki . . . Fraser, Myrtis . . Frazier, Bevis . . . . . . . Frazier, Douglas . . . . . . .F-razier, Joyce . . . . . . . . . Frazier, Sheila .... . . 68, Frederick, Virginia .. .... .. French, Christine French, Gary ..... French, French, John .. Robert . Frenzel, Louis .. Frew, David . . 84,. Fried, Milton . . ............. . . Friedman, Dora . . 195, 238, Friery, Carl .... .... 1 21 Friesz, Gerald . . . ......... . . . . Fritsche, Alvin . . Fritsche, Melvin Fromen, Mary . . . Fronek, Mary . . .... . . Fruge, Phillip . . . . . . 364, Frye, Judith Fucik, Pete ..... .... Fuex, Anthony Fulenwider, David Fulenwider, James Fulgenzi, Sheila .. Fulgham, Charles Fultz, Sue ........ Funchess, Jesse ..... Funderbu-rg, Gloria .. Furley, Edmund . . . . . . 304, Fussell, James . . . . . . .z . Futrell, Richard . ..... . Gaas, James ...... ...... Gabet, Edward . . . .... . . . . Gaddis, Emerson . . . . 102, Gaden, Molly .... ...... Gadus, Sandra . . . . . . . . . . Gage, David .......... .......... 84 Gaghagen, Richard .. 146, 179, 399 Gagliano, Ross . . . . . . . Gagnon, Joan .... . . . Gaiennie, Louise . . . . . . . Gaines, David .... . . 67, Gaines, Donald . . . . . . . Gaines, Mildred . . ..... .. Gainey, John . .... . . 37, Gajewski, Larry . . . . . . . Gallagher, Charles . Gallagher, Joseph . Gallagher, Richard .. . Gallas, Richard .... .. Gallegos, Herman . Camargo, Luis . . . . . Gamble, Jesse . . . . Gammage, Gerald . . . . . . Gantt, Thomas . . ..... . . 1 1 Garcia, Alvaro . . . . . 121, Garcia, Fulton . . . . . . Garcia, Jorge . . . . . . Garcia, Modesto . . . . Garcia, Uvaldo .... .... Gardiner, Robert . . . Gardner, Richard . . . . . . . . . Garland, Mary . . . . . 285, Garner, Gene .. Garner, Larry Garretsen, Gerrit Garrett, Donna . . . . . . 59, Garrett, Eugene . .. .. .. Garrett, Lee . . . . . . . 84, Garrett, Mary Garrison, Ira Jr. .. Garton, Ronald . . Gartz, Mildred .. Gary, Glenn ..... Gary, N 1ta ...................... 89, Gaskamp, Henrietta ...... . ......... Gaswirth, Ronald ...... 182, 232, 303, Gates, Brenda ..... 49, 173, 183, Gates, Michael .................. ,. . Gatewood, 'Kenneth . . .......... . . Gatlin, Barbara . . . . . Gatlin, Travis . . ........ . . Gaudette, John . . . ....... . . . . Gault, Jerry ..... . . . 121, 366, Gavin, Thomas i :Z ff , 1 ah' if 1 Driw l l li l 'Q 1 :W ' , , , u il Q l V 1 1 I 3 I 1 1 4 ,141 2 Ill. 116, SGI. lt- - tm 1. 194 216 E 1 Il n - 141, ies, .....,...... -,- IIfQIIQQ1I1fIQIf'ii,.,. A 146, 19 ll ry ,.,.- -f"' ""' ' axle? "" ' ""' pix f-" ""' ""4 hard --L' -"' ""' ' d ---' "" "" "" man --" "" ' ' 'C ' lllll ,.. M .,l.. ,,,,. , 0. B.. sto I 0 ,.. Kobtfi wal an ,. g . 2115 'Y fi Ii' Ji 1, fr ,,.f" I, Q 'P Htgptu "Mail , Fifi", .9y113,IiV ,Lv """ ""' 11 Ilicylb 'l 'I,,f""' 155' """ , -113 "'I til, phi ' an "", W UUE' .ni ' "" ' Yhkf sour , srcnn IH y:ip,tu. If if 'Q "Headquarters for All Th'a+'s u ROWN New in Color" l4I6 MAIN CApi+oI 2-9906 OIL TQQLS' INC. 1 m 'sl lfr'ff5,5 QQ' 8490 Katy Road, Pos+ office Box mae HOUSTON 24, TEXAS HOUSTON GOLF CENTER 77I0 So. Main Driving Range Wi+h Automatic Tees and Pro Shop 54 HOLES OF MINIATURE GOLF Large Groups by Reservations ITrophies Furnished for Large Groupsl For 28 years Champion has been both producer quiiuv -I TI As a producer of fine papers, Champion is and consumer of goods and services in Texas. V a good customer of its Texas neighbor in- - 3 LE I dustries with its purchases of pulpwood, - , p up 'X . s - natural gas, sulphuric acid, salt, lime, clay and a' -Qi--Li f .771 ' iff, I ' img- f N ' other ingredients in the paper-making process. H qlq, "s. ,-r.: ,.,..f.... . N f f A , K if - 'P As consumers, Champion's men and women - E- ,Q O I .X I -spending an annual payroll of S12 million- ,mi g p S" I' - I are good customers of their neighbor busi- I :I I it i l- g p ' ness and professional folks. 'T Purchases and A pllu 'T'IU' r"3S- I payrolls like Champion's, spent with neigh- A 3 . 'I' A6 I bors, help support a healthy economy. . .help - f A 5, L A I . -lf' make Texas truly Champion Country. 1 ' 29' Champion Papers Inc. Y? 7 D 'rexzxs Division Y -in- ---f ' ' ,,.,... Name Pages Gayle, Susan .... ..... 7 0 Gearhart, Loren 102, 379 Gearhnrt, Ray . . 105, 379 Geddes, Dolores 93, 394 Gee, Thomas . . . 109, 315 Genett, Adrienne .I . . 49, 136, 177, 325, 326,362,312,390,402 George, Ronnie . 211-7, 313 George, Sidney . . ...... 65 George, Spencer . . 37 George, William . . 48 Geppert, Charles . . 49 Gerber, Arthur . .... 52 Gerbig, Marion . . . ...... . . 95 Gerbig, Patricia . 89, 343 Gerjes, Carl . . . . . . 323 Gerlach, James ..... . . . 41 Gerland. Judith .. 63 Gerloff, Earl . . . . . . . 68 Geuilak, Cyrous . . . 103 Gibbons, Daniel . . . 337 Gibbons Kay .. . , 71 Gibbs, Charles . . . 47 Gibbs, Patsy .... .... 9 5 Giblin, Marjorie .... 68 Gibson, Barbara 58, 335 Gibson, Charlotte . . . 95 Gibson, Franklin . . 125 Gibson, Grady . . ..... 83 Gibson, Harlan . .... 52 Gibson, James .... .. . 107, 347 Gibson, Nadine . . . ..... . . 76 Gicse, Charles . . . ..... . . 75 Gilbert, Betty . . 34-6, 361 Gilbert, James ..... ..... 3 31 Gilberti, Charles . . ...... 299 Gilbertson, Robert 102, 349 Gilbreth, Janie . . . ..... . . 93 Gilbreth, Vivian . . . . . . . . 51 Gilcrease, Rose . . . . 41 Gill, Jeffrey . . . . . 41 Gill, Karen . . . . . 95 Gillam, Linda . . . . . 121 Gilleon, Byron Gillespie, Melvin Gillespie, Milton Gillespie, Ruth Gillette, James Gillies, James Gillispie, Diane . . . . . 4'I8 .. .... 311 ..... .. 57 110, 353 .. ....... 95 . .... ..... 6 8 72, 230, 285 Name Gilson, Linda . . Ginsberg, Sue .. Ginther, Marilyn Girala, Carol .... Girard, Felix . . . Giro, Louis .... Gioffre, Philip . . Glaieh, Jacob . . Glaves, 1Villiam . Gleason, Naomi . . . Gleason, William Glikin, Sybil ..... Gloger, Peter . . . Glover, Leo ..... Glover, Michael . Godbe, James .... Godbe, Norma . . Godbold, Melvin . . . . Godby, Gary ...... Goddard, Darell . . . Godell, John .... Godfrey, Frank . . Godwin, Diana . Godwin, Earl .... Godwin, Russell .... Goedde, Frederick Goerland, Einar . . Goforth, Cathleen Going, Janice . . . . Goings, Gene . . . . Goldberg, Bobbie Goldberg, Joe . . . Golden, Richard Golden, Wayne Goldsmith, Marsha Goller, Gus .... Gomez, Alberto . Pages .. 52, 293 .... 89 .. 52 ... 61 r. 48 .. 41 ... 116 ... 337 ....... 272 .. 54, 333 . .... 48 .. 93 .. 05 .... 48 ... 301 ... 92 ......... 63 35, 385, 389 ... 102, 389 ........ 68 .. 45, 391 ...... 82 .... 95 .. 72 .... 67 .... 307 47, 336 ... ... 287, 334 ....... 37 .. 51 .. 52 ... 61 .... 76 .,... 363 .... 90, 287 .., .... 127 ........ 102 Gonzales, Jim .... ........... 5 7 Gonzales, Norbert 47, 380, 381 Gonzales, Theresa . . . ...... 68, 391 Gonzalez, Juvenal ......... 60 Gonzalez, Lilia . . . . . 121, 366 Gonzalez, Raul . . . . . 113, 363 Gonzalez, Ruben ...... 121 Goodman, Ilene . . . . 296 Goodman Shelby . . . 322 Good-rich Suzanne . . . 41 Goodson, Charles . . 98 Goodwin, Billie . . . . 93 Goodwin, Garvis . . . 68 Num e Goodwin, John .. Gorden, Charles . Gordon, Larry Gordon, Larry Gorka, Mary Gorman, Joe ..... Gottlieb, Adrienne Gottlieb, Steven . Gotlschalk, William Gouedy, Robert ..... . . . Gowdy, James .. Goza, Robert . . Gracey, James . . Grady, Geraldine . . . . . Graham, Freddie .. .. Graham, Joe ...... Graham, Jolm Graham, Margaret Graham, Ronnie . Graham, Vicki Grant, Eleanor .. Grant, James ...... Grant, Russell Grassedonio, Allen Graves, Louis .... Graves, Sam .... Gray, Billie .. Gray, John Gray, Ralph Gray, Robert .. Grcebon, Kirk Green, Floyd Green, James Green, Jo .... Green, John .. N II In 1' Gregg, Donard .. Gregg, James .... Gregory, Jolm ....... Greidenwise, Barbara Gremillion, Norma Gresham, Carol . . Gresham, Mary . . G-rider, Gary . . Griffin, Frank . Griffin, James . . Griffin, James . . . Griffin, Kenneth . Griffin, Rodney . . Griffin, William . . Griffith, David . . Griffith, Duane . . Griggs, Thomas . Grisaffi, John ..... Grisham, Stanley . . Grissom, James . . . Griswold, Rose .... Grolnnann, Wilbur .. Gronberg, Linda . . Gross, Norma . . Gross, Robert .... Grossman, Jan . Grover, Satish . . . Groves, John . . . Groves, Thomas Grunden, Bruce' . . Guardiola, Paula . . Guenther, Carol . . . Guerrant, Charles . Guerrero, Rosa .... Guerrero, Rudolph . Green, Larry Green, Marjorie .. Green, Mary Ann Green, Mary Anne Green, Pamela .... Green, Patsy ..... Green, Paul ...... Green, William .... Greenberg, Gerald Greene, George Greene, John J. Greene, John L. . Greene, Sandra Greene, Van .... Gregg, Barbara Guigas, Maurinc .. Guilanshah, Mary E. H. .. Guinn, Carol ........... Guinn, Suzanne . Gumienny, Barry Gumienny, Johnny . . ............. 89 Gumienny, Karel . . . . . Gumm, Cheryl .. Gunn, Harold Gush, Catherine .. Gustke, Russell . Guthrie, Dae . . . . . Guthrie, Robert Gutierrez, Michael Gutierrez, Oscar . woloonoof U. f H. .ffnofonzif o in one Roo! Conolo Shop for fnen, nonoiqnnrtom f or Hoo nntnm! .rnonloier look 0 in one Yonng Honfioninn ond Incgenno nopf, nenolqnnrtonr for junior rigor nfeozoitg Downtown, Port Onfe nnof Gnhfcgnfo l'uge.v .. 105 .. 309 .. 85 ... 89 ... 93 .,.... 47 ....... 293 ... 253, 260 ...... 121 ...... 85 .. 72 .. 67 ..... 303 ........ 121 ... 109, 351 116, 361, 365 .......... 82 .... ..... 47 ... 72 .. 76 .... 45 ... 396 .., 111 ....... 95 .. 379, 389 ..... 334 ... 125 ... 105 ... 315 .... 83 ...... 54 .. 45, 388 .... 247 .... 63, 378 ... 121, 304 ....... 40 ....... 375 .. 57, 291 63 ... .......... 111 126, 309, 319 ............ 333 ...... 35, 384 61 61 95 299 52 49, 325, 371 f Best Wishes To Each Graduate cr is za ig, Himwlxifgmipfl :wanna fx, Q -15, L 2 ei N. H13 Tm kr jgff! 3 ' 5fs'7f 1 'rx 1 "' wf-x., L, T Q If L WNZQ ffm? am sf Sfgy 2- if 3 Lb ewifaig' VTq'f7'fhX'P From All of Us At.. HOUSTON LIGHTING 8. PowER COMPANY a Texas taxpaying, investor-owned electric service company - -ser' . , fx V e Y' - , - , Name Pages Name Pages Gutierrez, Paul . .. .... .... 1 0-L Handal, George .. 121 cwiii, David .. ............. 101 Handel, Lanrancn .. 193 Gwiimci, Grant .. ... 117, 36-1, 365 Handler, James - --- 65 Haase, Stephen ..... . . . 342 Hanna, Harry " -"' 367 H3bCfgCTg Mary I II 40 Hannsz, Tllomas . . . 45, 307 Habcrsricln Gene I I - 63 Hanovicll, Gloria .... 296 Hagan, Herbert ....... .. . 88 Hansen, Herbert ---- ' 68 Hagemcyer, Raymond . . ...... 304 Hanson Howard -'--"'-- 85 Hager, Cheryl ...... ... 224, 287 Hanson, 101111 P- ----- 85, 343 Haggard, Michael -'.'.. 311 Hanson, Jolln W. .. ........... 109 HnhnI Henry I I I ..'. 85 Hardig, John ...... . . 304, 398, 401 Hahn, hrnrgnrct I I I UI.. 60 Hardig, Nicholas . .. ....... . . . . . 304 Hainsq Saym I I I D I I 95 Hardin, Larry . . . . .. 253 Haisler, Linda ... ... 52 Harding, Barry --r 260 Hajccntrn Ann ...' I I . 85 Hardison, Ga-ry . . . . .. 307 Hakemack, Mark .. 309 Hiiii-ly, Eric ---- ---- 1 21 Hale, Bobbie .. ... .. 93 Hardy, James .. .. . .. 85 Hale Joan . . ........... 95 Haifilh -101111 ---- - - - 102, 315 1-lallI Charles I I II 109, 351' 355 Harger, Merlyn . . ...... 364, 365 Hall, Davileen . . .... ..... 4 5 Harris, 11191011 - - -'-- 52, 228, 287 HallI ' Forrest I I I I I 65 Hargis, Joel .... ....... . .. 88 Hall, jolrn I I I I I I 75 Hargrave, Norman . . . 88 Hall, Judy I I I II I 45 Hargrove, Else .... . . . . 361 HallI Medwin I I IIIII 95 Hargrove, Patricia . . . 291 Hall, Michael .... ........ 1 os Harman, Marilyn .-. 58 Hall, Riclmil ... .. 16, 339 Harman, Barbara -.. 93 Hall, Richard .. ... 41, 317 Harmon, Gladys .- 345 Hall, Stephen . .... 354 Harmon, John . . . . . 126 Hall, William I I I I I I 76 Harnlon, Marcellus .. . 68 Hallmar-kI James I I 304 Harness Kenneth . . . 85 Hallmark Lee ... ... az Harper, Cora -.- .... 58 Halperin, Peter .. ...... 303 Harper. Caserre . ...... 335 Halrom, Guy ....... ... 317, 399 Harper, Richard .- 85, 344 Halllblin, Charles ...... . . . 85 HUPCT, R0i?l?1'f - - - - - - - 72 Hamilton, George ........... 247 Hailioiei Ronald - - - - 9- 85 Hanlilton, Jane . . . .... 151, 295, 328 Hafiaii Richard - - - - - 126 Hamilton, Jghrr I II IIIIII 309I 313 Harrelson, Garrett ....... . 311 Hamilton, Laura . . . ....... 56, 378 Harris, David ------ - - 104, 350 Hammer-I Mary IIII I I I 71, 293, 393 Harris, Dona . . . .... . . . . 113 Hammond, Mack .............. 76 Harris, Lois --'- - - - 52. 362 Hanlmond, Sarah ........... 51, 346, 361 Harris, Mi1i0l1 - - - ----- - - 85 Hamooil, Joe ...... ... 253, 255, 257, 258 Harris, Robert .. 299 Hampton, Ralph . . ........... . .. 63 Harris, Ronald - - - - - 45 Hancock, Barbara ......... 95 Harris, Theresa - - - - - 51. Hancoek, Edgar I I I I 76I 379 Harrison, Paul . . . . . 90 Hancockf Leslie . . . 104, 350 Harrison, Vifgiilia . . . 51 Hancock, Norman ...... 315 Harry, Patti ..... . . 346 Hancock, Richard . . . 45, 307 HGTSYGH, RiC11arl1 . . . 95 Hancock, Wayland ..... 83 Hart, Davita . . . . . . 51 Hancock, William . 88 Hari, NHIICY - - . . 367 420 Name Pages Hartfiel, Reno .... ............. 3 63 Hartnett, Carolyn . 88, 341, 400 Hartoon, Harlan . . . .... 111, 301 Harvey, Samye .... ....... 9 5 Harvin, Kathleen . . . . 394 Hassen, Fred ..... -- - 88 Hzltaway, Bobby . . . - - 85 Hatch, Neal ..... . . 309 Hatcher, James . . . - - - . 299 Hatchett, Melvin . . ..... 343 Hathorn, Sylvia .... . . 85, 391 Hatley, Gerald . . . .... . 117 Hattenbach, Paulette --- 395 Hattenbach, Ray . . 349 Haude, Donald .... . . - 75 Hauser, Tllomas . . - - - 57 Havemann, Eugene - a - 85 Haven, Suzanne . . . . .. 59 H3VCf131l, Susan . . . . . 95 Hawkins, Donald . . - - . 55 Hawkins, John . . . . . 83 Hawkins, Lady . . . . . 95 Hawkins, Margaret .- - 93 Hawley, Lonnie . . . . . . 107 Hawortll, Paul . . ..... 89 Hawthorn, Paula . . . . . 61, 383 Hayes, Elvin ..... ..... 2 59 Hayes, Gregory . . .... 85 Haygood, Ben . . . . 52 Haynes, Sharon . . . . . . 52 Haynes, William . . . . 338 Hays, Royce . . . . . 89 Hayward, John . . . . 337 Haywood, James . . . . . 88 Hazlitt, James .. . , . 85 Head, John . . . . . 315 Heard, Nolan . . . .... . 307 Hearn, Billy .... . . 85, 317 Heath, Nannelle . . .... 59 Heath, Richard . . . . . 105 Heaton, Celia .... . . 34 Hebert, Kathleen . . . ......... . 293 Hebert, Kenneth . . . ........... . 250 Hebert, Lyndel . . . 293, 394, 395 Hedding, Steven . . ....... 49, 324 Hedges, Carl ....... ........... 6 1 Heinemann, Nancy . . 52 Heisler, John ...... . . 45 Helfrich, Mary .... .... 2 87 Hellums, Nathan . . . . 369 N u Ill c llrrgm Helm, Frank . . I I 72 Helm, Joyce ....... II 52 Helmcamp, Clifford II 52 Helnpel, Judith .... II 93 1'1Cl1'IUS, Peggy ...... ,IIII 5 0 Henderson, George . . ....... 57 Henderson, Judson .. .. . 338, 362 Henderson, Karen . ....... 95 Henderson, Major . . IIIIII 93 Henderson, Martin . . . ,, , 57I 309 Henderson, Samuel . . ,,,III 89 Hendricks, Alan . . . II I 311 Hcnigan, Diana . . . .... . 63 Hennigan, Dan . . . ,,,III I 85 Henriksen, Mogcns . . . . . 107, 348 Henry, Robert ..... ,,,,III 3 36 Hcnsler, Paul . . . .... . . . .. 85 Hensley, Betty .. ......... 58, 335 Hensley, Diane . . . .... 71, 157, 236, 238, 294, 295, 312 Henson, Jeanne . . . .... 93, 346, 361 Henson, Verna .... ........... 6 1 Herbert, Frederick . . ..... .. . 301 Hcrbricll Victor . . . ,,II I 350 Herman, Billie . . . . 93, 387 Hernandez, Eloy .... , , I 121 Hernandez, Froilan ................. 349 Hernandez, Jose .................... 61 Hernandez, Raul ...... 159, 169, 247, 249, 356 Herren, William . . . ............. . 338 Herring, Gerald . . . ,,,, I 381 Herring, Nancy . . . ......... . . 72 Herrmann, Edwin ........ 102, 355 Hcssling, Gloria . . . . . . 332, 393, 402 Hester, Larry .... ............ 1 13 Hester, Martin ..... . . . ....... . . 80 Hettinger, Ramon . . . ............. . 105 Hewitt, Lester . . 217 272, 311, 351, 399 Hewlett, Charles ................... 350 Hibbler, Connie .... .... ........ 2 8 9 Hickey, Firmin ..... . . . 113 Hickman, Alfred . . . , , 83 Hickman, Dennis , , 45 Hickman, Larry . . . . 85 Hickman, Mary . . . . . 85 Hickman, Norman . . . 126 Hicks, Ledford . . . . . 128 Hicks, Taylor ....... . . . 307 Higginbotham, Bruce . . . . 57 AMERICAN TITLE GUARANTY co. HARRIS COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. Established 1885 HOUSTON, TEXAS Education Assured ,Q r f"1. See your Great Southerner when he calls SOUT O5 H0 Q- '94, AFFILIATES: QD SUPERIOR INSURANCE COMPANY ',. A SENTINEL INOEMNITY COMPANY Q 'QCINCE Q09 FOUNDED X909 HOME OFFICE ' HOUSTON,TEXAS -Qi.-.1 Hilburn, Claire .. Nulne Higginbotham, Nathan .. Higgins, Lynda . Higgs, Donald ... Hiironen, Mary . . . Pages ... 104, 35L 358 . 95 .. 121 ...... 333 ... 59, 289 Num 4' llndkins, Lazelle Hudson, Billie Hudspetli, Barbara lluertas, Ricardo . Huff, Bobby Iluff, Lynne .. Hill, Suzanne Hilgen, Martha . Hill, Carl ..... Hill, Catharine . Hill, Charles . . Hill, Edward .... Hill, Frances . . Hill, Joanna . . 335 313 354 264, 266, 313, 318 113 Hill, Kathleen ..... 162, 230, 295, 362 Hillendahl, Wayne Himhurg, Fred ...... Himes, Roger ... Hindman, Carolyn 45, 381 301 109, 347, 351, 355 293 Hines, Jess ..... 313 Hinkle, Ruth . . . .. . 100 Hix, Philip ......... .. . 76 Hlawiezka, Rudolf . . . 102 Hoehman, Herbert ... 113 Hodge, Joyce . . . .. 41 Hodges, Edward Hodges, Elaine . . Hodkin, Roger . . Hoc-fer, Joseph . Hoff, Candace .. Hoffman, Judith . Hoffman, Lo11 . . . Hoffman, Steven Hoffman, Tony . Hohf, Judith Hohlt, Geraldine Hohman, George Hoke, Charles .. Holberg, Donna . Holberg, . Robert . . . Holcomb, Kerri Holcomb, Mary . Holden, Mary . . Holder, Linda .. Holec, Sidney . . Hell, Cynthia . . . Holland, Walter . Hollin, Dewayne . ..... 99 ......... 93 .., 48, 323 ....... 389 ............ 99 .. 97, 173, 399 ..... 52, 326 .... 45, 303 ... 68, 309 ..... 57 .. 295 .. 102 307 .. 63,332 89, 317 50, 334 60 .. 95 95 72 95, 326 .. ................ 51 ..... 89, 233, 301, 343, 360 399 Hollinger, Albert . ..... 89, 301, 343, 399 Huff, Nancy ..... Hughes, Judyth . . Hughes, Leonard . Hughes, Linda . . Hughes, Robert . . . Hughes, Robert Lee Hulscy, Eldon .... Human, Henry .... Hunn, Kathleen . Hunt, Larry ...... Hunter, Evelyn . . . Huntington, Cheryl Huntsinger, Beverly Hunzeker, Janice . Hunzit'ker, Mary . . Hurlburt, Vicki . . Hurst, Betty Hurst, Richard .. Husch, John ..... Hutto, Emmett Hutto, Lynda Huvar, Sharon Hyatt, Dawn .... Ice, Barbara .. Idol, Charles .... Ingersoll, Albert . Ingram, Phyllis .... Ingrando, Roland . Irwin, Alan ....... Ishee, Charles . Ivers, Donna Ivey, Gerald .. Jackows ki, Lige . Jackson, Arthur .. Jackson, Dava Jackson, Jackson, Frank . . Jackson, Gary C. .. Jackson, Gerald Jackson, James .... Jackson, Kenneth . Gary B. 51, 332, 334 Hollingsworth, Helen .... Hollingsworth, Thomas . .. Hollis, James ........ Holloway, Gladys . Holloway, Haden .. Holloway, Jack .... Holloway, Lisbeth .. Hollywood, William .. Holmes, Edward .. Holmes, Linda Holstien, Lynda Holt, Fred ........ Holub, Edmund Hon, Wai-Leung .. Honca, Donna ..... Honcycutt, Phyllis .. Hood, Donald Hooks, Sonja Hopkins, Diane Hopkins, Gary Hopkins, Jesse .... Hopmann, Barbara .. Hopson, Charles .. Hopson, Robert Hoquee, Hildegart Hordes, Mark ..... Horn, Jimmy Horn, Lawrence .. Horn, Richard Horne, Louise Horne, Michael .. Horton, Donald Horton, Linda ....... 40 113, 385 45 52 368 121, 367 95 50 .. 67 .. 68 .. 72 .. 92 .. 61 .. 137 .. 57 .. 327 .. 45 . 95 . 93 ...... 89 ....... 76 ... 61, 186 ...... 121 .... 113 ...... 341 .. 67, 303 ..... 76 .. 128 .. 65 .. 52 ......... 89 ............ .. 85 Jackson, Ronald . . . Jackson, Royce . . . Jacob, Barbara . . Jacobs, Lillie .... Jacobson, Emma . Jacobus, Patrick .. Jaksa, Tommie .. James, Loretta . Jan, Alvin .... Jan, Arthur .... Janak, Robert Janes, Sarah . Jank, Kenneth .... Jankowski, Morris . Jantz, Everly .... Jantz, Wanda Jaramillo, Rufus .. Jarvis, Ronald Jaster, Darwin Jay, Rebecca ..... Jecker, Jacque .... Jecmenek, Leonard Jenkins, Jesse Jenkins, Richard . . . Jennings, Charles . Jennings, Richard .. Jensen, Dell ...... Jernigan, Jay Jcssen, Terry Jeu, Olive .... Jez, Margaret .... Jochetz, Sarah . Joe, Harris .... Joe, Sue Johlke, Linda Jolm, Daniel ..... Horwitz, Barry . . . Houck, Robert . . Hougen, Deborah Houk, Sherry ... Houston, Carol . . Houze, Richard . Howard, Marian Howard, Phillip Howell, Donald Howell, George . Howell, James .. Howell, Robert Hoyt, Susan Hrncir, Gustav .. Hrncir, Stanley .. Hsin, Hetty Hubacek, Gerald Hubbard, Alverta Hubbard, James . . . Hubbell, Gerald . . . Hubbell, Lydia . . . Hubbell, Marius . . Hubbell, Robert . . . Hubenak, Joe . . . Huber, Joseph . . . Huddle, Toby .. Hudgins, Jimmy 64, 336, 338, 360 ... 289, 390 .. 85, 287 .... 67 ... 109 .. 72 .. 68 .. 85 .. 75 .. 72 ... 57 ... 291 .. 75 .... 60 ...... 138 .. 61, 274 ..... 71 .. 82 ... 126 .. 57 ..... 47 ..... 110 75, 339 .. . 121, 368 . 68, 299 315 Johnson, Bernard . Johnson, Bruce . . . Johnson, Bruce . . . Jolmson, Carolyn . . Johnson, Charles . . . Johnson, Claudia . . . Johnson, Earl .... Johnson, Galen . . . Johnson, Gerald . . Johnson, James . . . Johnson, Jan ... Johnson, Jo .... Johnson, Joanne .. Johnson, Karen . Johnson, Kirby . . Johnson, Lynne . . . Johnson, Margaret . Johnson, Mary .... Johnson, Michael . . . Johnson, Patricia . Johnson, Raymond Johnson, Richard . . Johnson, Robert . . Johnson, Rodger . . Johnson, Roosevelt Johnson, Johnson , Suzannah Roy . .... . . Pages .. 59, 335 42 95 72 .. 341 57 57 .. 333 .. 121 .. 65 .. 121 . ............... 89 54, 335, 360, 361 82 .. 333 59 95 49 .. 45, 295 68 . 335 121 61 ... 67, 338 . . 289, 392 . . . . 59 97 93 309, 318 344 52, 285, 384 339 266, 331 109 59 72 .. 109 .. 113 291 50 76, 389 198 52 .. 384- .. 313 . 364 .. 368 68 .. 85 .. 95 .. 311 .. 85 95 .. 65, 337 .. 45 122 59, 325, 373, 341 89 .. 301 .. 98 72 85 375 71 .. 71, 359 .. 128, 356 ..... 309 ... 247 ... 315 .. 38 .. 72 49 .. 368 .. 117 ... 93 ... 95 .. 93 ..... 105 ......... 71 ... 122, 361 ........ 75 .. 83 .. 65 . 109 .. 76 .. 42 .......... 289 ............ 331 ... 122, 366, 368 ........... 76 ... 63, 354 ...... 85 .. 51 .. 287 ... 79 .. 89 .. 359 .... 59 ..... 289 ... 38, 322 ..... 335 ... 105 .. 111 ... 61 ... 128 ........ 64 ... 85, 315 45 N11 ni 0 Johnson, Warren Johnson, William Pllglhi Num 1' .. 71 Kallison, Diane H 97 Kama:-1, Ann Kam:-rling, David 'Johnston' Candyucc i J i D 95 Kuna Walitl . . . . Johnston, Clayton .... -- los Kamp, Gcrum . Johnston, llarris ......... .... 8 5 Kam., Patricia J0lll1Si0nl'. Vivinii """" """' 3 32 Kapka-, Garold .. Johs, Dolly ----- --'- 6 3' 291' 393' 400 Kaplan, Myer .. Jones, Annie . . . .......... .... 6 7 Kapoor' Om . I JUHCS, Ansvn ' "" ' 247 Kapp, Allen .......... . Jones, lifvllliil - - - ' ' 285 Kardatzkr-, Miles . . . . . . . -l0ll0Sy Ciilloill ' " 76 Karnjanaviroje, Piputh JOIICS, Efiisoii - - ' ' 38 Karns, llarris ....... . . Jgnqg, Guy . . . ............... 363 Km-mkcry Sharon 1 . Jones, Helen . . ................. 346 Kass, Gary lil. i 1 Jones, Imogene ...... 157, 162, Kash Anna "'.' Jones, Ira ..... ......... 5 7, 339 DKQZTIKQI Jones James E. . ............ 113 ' Jon 1-sl James L. . . 178, 253, Jacgilcggl' ' ' ' ' 257, - ' ' J,,,,,.,, Jams 11. .. .... ..... 3 39 iliccisf BHYI ---- Jones, Jeflio .... - - 93 Keene' r li tc ' ' Jones, Jerry . . . - -- 42 clmc' Jac. ' i , ' 89 Keith, David . . . Jones, John 1- -- . 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Pngm 361 283. 296 99 Keys, Duugglns ..... ...... 7 2 Khnlvghi, Ebrnhim . .. 167 Kickhucfvr, Kay .. ... 333 Kicklmm-fvr, Konncth .... 383 Kilvnv, Dunzxld . . . ...... 117 hdld Kilgnrv, .Ivffl-rson . . . . . 117, 365 Killinghvvk, Judy . ....... 61 Kincannon, Bcrtn . . . 72, 293 King, Donna .. ..... 79 King, Douglas ...... 361 King, Libbic ... ... 122, 366 King, Richard .. ...... 3011 King, Szxundra . ..... 95 King, Trudy ..... .. 395 Kinklvr, Amanda . . S2 Kinsvr, ,IIIIIIUS . . . . . . 313 Kirsvhkc, 'I'lu'rvs:1 . . 395 Kistncr, David . . ..... 85 Kilvhcns, Judith . ...... 336 Kittnmn, Eliznhc-th .. . 39-1-, 395 Kiltnmn, Wallace . ...... 368 Klaimy, Elias . . . . . I0-I Klcifgcn, John . .. 304 Kleiman, Melvyn . . . . 83 Klctt, Thomas .. . . 113 Klvypzls, Jerome . . . 76 Klingcr, Ronald . . . ........ . 315 Klinknvsky, Dorothy .. ........... 78 Klos, William ..... 105, 352, 358 Kluppol, Nanvy . . . .... 85, 295 Knipc, Albert . . ...... 350 Knipc, Ben ...... .... 3 15 Knipe, Myra Susan . . . 99 395 Knoblcs, James . .. . . . 65, 274 Knochc, John . . ..... 313 Knox, Billie . .. ..., . . 75 Knox, Roger ..... . . . 311, 318 Kobarg, Robert . . . . . . . . 49 Koch, Allen ..... .... 8 5 Koch, Joyce ...... ........ 9 5 Kocian, Barbara . . . . . 97, 345 Kucian, Elaine .. . . .... . . 95 Kocian, Joyce .......... ........... 9 5 Ko:-bc-rnick, Thomas E. .......... 67, 379 Koen, Milton Carl Ir. .... II7, 364, 365 Kohlnmier, Joseph T. III ............ 99 Name' P"5'l'5 Lamhright, Charles ... -- 76 Ihunlwriglnt, Donald .................. 113 Lamkin, Donald .................... 325 Lamping, Travis ..... 289, 357, 402, 403 I,zuupsun, I'L-tcr . . .......... . ....... . 72 Lzmllvs, Mary C. . . ................ . 97 I.um', Junws ..... .............. 3 89 Lnnv, Iiic'hzxrd . . . . 117, 364, 365 Lung, J4-:mic . . ....... 45, 239 Ilungp Jqlmny . . ......... 61, 315 Lnngguth, Gafl .. ... 146, 289, 392 I.:mglmm, Tummy . . ------- 45v 338 I.illlI4'l', Ronnie . . . ,... . 126 IAIIIITIIIOY, Paul . . . . 348 I.1lIlS4.IOI1, Gay E. . . --"'- 40 Lnnlzy, Laurence . . ....... 247 I,nquvy, Ronny . . . . . 117, 365 Lark, Sammy .... - - - 122, 368 Lnruzn, Nnrgnrct . . -------- 72 Lnlham, Kvnnelh . . . - - - 72 Latimer, Martha .. -- 63 Latino, Charles . . . - - - 355 Laughlin, Doris - - - - - 58 Laughlin, Robert .... - - - 363 Lnurcncc, Lemuel . . . - - - 336 Lavender, Leroy . . . --.- - 389 Luvois, Frances . . --.------ 51 Law, William .... -- - 315. 318 Lawson, Mac .... ----.- 5 8 Lawthcr, YVclcI0n . . ---- 83 Lay, Janet ....... ----- 2 85 Layton, Linda . - - 52, 291 Lnzzara, Stcvc ----- 301 Leach, John .. . - - 269 Leaf, Judy - .... ----- 2 87 Lcal, Alfred ..... - - - 61, 309 Leblanc, William .. ---- 76 Lcbow, Carol . . ---- 285 Lcbowitz, Harlcnc . --..-.-- 85 Lcderman, Robert . .. .... 238, 301 Lcdct, Sidney ..... .......... I 45 Lcc, Alfred . . . . . 40, 340, 345 Lcc, Homer . . . ......... . . 72 Lee, Larry . . . ....... . . 45 Lee, Michael . . - - 85 Lee, Nancy . . ...... 85 Lee, Soo .... ...... 3 37 Lccver, John .... . . . 122, 317 Lcftwich, Charles . . . . . 364, 365 Lcge, Jerry ........ ...... 7 2 Lcgcndre, Audrey ....... 285 Lcgctt, J. ........ . . . 105, 391 Legler, Kathy . . . ...... . 333 Lcgrand, Leslie .... ...... 8 5 Lehde, John ....... ..... 1 28 Lehman, .Io Ann 95 Kolc, Mary .................. ...... 5 2 Kolterman, Hugo . . ....... 109 Konig, Ivan ......... . . 174, 383 Konikowski, George . . . ..... . 344 Konikowski, Roman . . ......... 105 Kooncc, Carole .... . . . 289, 402 Korn, Suzanne ...... ....... 9 5 Korthaucr, Kenneth . . . . . . 366, 368 Kosina, Gillard ........ ....... 7 6 Kowalczyk, Wallace M. . . .... 45, 305 Kozlek, Pamela ........ .. . 293, 402 Kralik, Jennette .... ...,... 4 5 Kralik, Patricia . . ...... 45 Kralj, Frances . . . .... . . 70 Kraus, Daniel . . . . . 301, 401 Krefetz, Kenneth . . .......... 85 Krell, Sandra ....... 61, 227, 295 Kremheller, Micheal Krenek, Allan ....... . . . 128, 356 Krenek, Georgia . . . . . 93, 346 Kristof, Kenneth . . .... 89 Kroger, John . . . . 56 Krpec, Charles . . . . 104 Kruemcke, Diana . . . . 42 Kruxnmcl, David .... . . 61 Kruntorad, Frank . . . 85 Kruppa, Charles . . . . 45 Kubcs, James ..... . . . 111 Kubiak, Lawrence . . . . . 260 Kubik, Carol ....... . .. 134 Kubik, Michael . . . . 68 Kucera, Sharon . . . . 40 Kuchar, Rodney .... . . 82 Kucia, Richard . . . .. . 363 Kuchn, Willy ...... . . 75 Kuhlmann, William . . 72 Kuhn, Marvin .... .... 7 5 Kuliek, Frances . . . . .. 392 Kumin, Elisha ... .... . . . 391 Kunkel, Janet ........................ 45 Kunzman, Rcnice .... 82, 157, 177, 222, 223, 233, 236, 286, 287, 4102 Kuo, Chu .................... 100, 138 Kurtz, Carol . . . ...... . 95 Kurtz, Nancy . . . . . . . 63 Kutch, Ella .......,. . . . 365 Laake, James Alfred . - . 109 Lacamu, Leo ....... 122 Larlewig, Glen .,... ... 102 Lafoc, Marjorie L. - - 95 Lafoc, Yvcndcll . . ---- 43 Laib, Carolyn . --.. 287 Laich, Wal!L'r - - 57, 359 Lainl, Judy ,.,, ...... 2 85 Laird, Pamela .. --- 332, 333 Laird, Verncr . , ...-.--- 76 Lake, Frank .... . . 89, 385 Lamar, James ---- 315 Lnnms, Joe ..., ........ 3 22 Lambert, Don . . . ... 85, 301 Lamhcrt. Lloyd . . . ..---- 102 Lcidigh, Tomas .... . .. 117, 365 Leigh, Wever . . . .... . 105 Lemm, Lester ..... .. . 129 Lemmon, Laurence ..... 83 Lenoir, Patricia . . . ....... . 328 Lentz, Leary ....... ..,. 1 . 253, 254 Leon, Cheryle ........ . . 54, 293, 391 Leonard, Frederick . . . ........ .. 45 Leonard, James ..... ........ 1 05 Lerch, Albert . . . .. . 322 Lerner, Ronald .... . . 85 Leschber, Sharron . . . . . . . 52 Lesher, Lannie ..... .. . 322 Leskovjan, Lee .. . . 57 Leslie, Gerald . . . . 61 Lester, Annette .... . . 96 Lester, Jerry ....... .. . 359 Leufven, Georgeen . . ...... 42 Lcvens, Mary Sue . . . . . 96, 346 Lcvenlhal, Ralph .... . . . 299 Levesque, Richard , . . . 125 Levin, Michael .... . . . 334 Lizvine, Sharon . . . . . . 334 Levinson, Andrea . . .... 296 Levinson, Sadie L. . . . .. . . . 93 Lcvy, Marvin ..... ..... 1 22 Levy, Michael . . . . . . 68, 303 Levy, Richard . . . .... 226, 33-1 Lewis Carol . . ........ 59 Lewis Dianne .... .... 2 87, 402 Lewis Edwin ..... ....... 3 I3 Lewis Helen Lee . . ..... 361 Lewis Janice . . .... 56 Lewis, John ....... . . . 111 Lewis Priscilla ..... . . 52 Lewis, Rodger Lee . . . . . 76 Lewis, Theodore ..... . . . 68 Liberman, Isaias . . . . .. 102 Lichtenstein, Harris . . . . 45 Liddell, Althca .... . . . 395 Liddell, Mark .... 61 Livbig, Ann . . . . . . 5-1-, 335 Light, Lida ...... . . . 294, 295 Light, William ....... ....... 6 5 Lightfoot, Elizabeth ....... .......... 7 9 Lightfoot, James Hunter ............ 89 Liles, Stephen ........ 104- 347, 352, 358 Lillihridgc, Carol ..................,. 51 Lilly, Rosalind . . . .. . 145, 194, 289, 400 Lind, Michael . . . .....,.......... 356 Limlclnzxn, David . . .... . . . 50, 33-1 Limlvr, Laura . . . , , , 67' 287 Limilr-y, Jeanette . . ...., 335 Lindsay, Howard .. ,, , 122 Pages Nnmv Lindsf-y, Cynlhia "' H I.imIsq-Y, svnc' 1 ................-- ml Limlsvy, amuc ..,...........- - Link, Theodore .. mo, 182, 311 319, 433 Linkous, Rlmndal .........-- - - ' ' ' U , . . -1... ......sz I.1nv1Il, I3f'r1Jfm'm Dam? 166 Lappolis, Marcclln ..... "N as. 297 Lilschcr, John . . . . . . . 367 Litt, Maurice -- "" S7 Little, Linda ..... H389 Litllc, Willgwlnk . . . ......... . 317 Littlefield, ac .. ......... . - Lilzlcr, Wilfred . . . .... 105, 352, Livscy, Edward . . .......... . 88 Llewellyn, Edwin .... .......... 3 36 Ln, Pansy Tin .... " ' 137 Lo, Tin .......... ' ' ' . 96 Lockhart, Diane ................- - 57 Frances ................ hzfllloolghlcilla .. 49 189, 326, 385, 322 Locdcr, Richard ................ V 395 Loesch, CarolYn --"' """ ""' ' 6 1 Loesch, Rebecca . . . ' ' ' 71 Logan, CIITIIS - ' - ' 38 Logan, Ray l I ...... 307 Lohr, Ronnie ..... ' - ' ' 67 Lohrkc, Mariann . . . ..... . 348 Long, Archie .... ............... 3 37 Lon y Clinton , , .............. . . Lonig, Elizabeth ..... 122, 289, 362, 367 Long, Marsha ...................... Z6 Longcnbnugh, GFCEOYY -"' ' 12 Longley, Mary Lucilc ........... .. 42 Longo, Lorcnc .................. 219, 367 Lopasky, Joseph ...... 159, 247, 249, 294 Lopez, Josephine ................... 96 Lopez, Richard . . ..... . . . , 301 Lorch, Howard - - 253 Lord, Richard .. - ' ' 337 Loring, Jerry - - 389 Lorino, R0bCrt . . . ...... . . 83 Lothringer, Larry . . . . . . 325, 374 Love, Howard .. 38 Love, Vivian ...... ....... - 395 Loveless, Eugenia . . . . . 54, 335, 361 Lovett, Allie ....., ..... 9 9, 395 Lovinggood, Dorris ------- 52 Lovoi, Jasper .... ---- 1 22 Lowe, Becky . . ' 295 Lowe, Everett . . . - 309 Lowe, Ronald .... - - - 313 Lowery, Mikel ... -- 38 Lowery, Scott . . - - - 187 Lu, Katherine . - - 43 Lucas, Bobby . . - 60 Lucas, Ernest .... - - - 100 Lucas, Gene . . . - - 61 Lucas, Michael .... - - 90 Lucas, Sherwood . . . . .... . . 247 Luck, Walter ..... ............ 7 6 Luekie, Beverly . . . .... 231, 284, 285 Ludtke, Alfred .... . . . 158, 247, 249 Ludwig, James .... ....... . 305 Lugrin, George . . . . . 45 Lukasik, Gerald . . . . . 111 Lumpkin, Karen . . . 52 Lunow, Doris .... 293 Lunow, Jerry .... . . 37 Lunsford, Dorothy Lunsford, Mary . . . . . 93 Lusco, Vincent . . . . . . . 45 Lusk, Larry .... . . . 102 Luther, William . . . . 85 Luton, Phyllis . . . . 78 Luttriug, Emil . . . . . 105 Lynch, Donald .... . 274 Lynn, .Ioan ..... . . 96 Lyons, Horace . . . . . 72 Lyons, .Ioseph . . . ............ . . 72 Lyster, Phyllis ...... ................ 5 2 Mabry, Hampton Jr. .... 48, 324, 360, 379 Mach, Paulette .... .............. 2 87 Maceo, Thomas . ............. 68 Mach, Paulette . 287 Mackc, Robert . . 102 Mackenzie, Royal . . . . . . 83 Mackey, Gloria ...... 337 Mackintosh, Norman . . 66 Macklin, Stuart ......... 303 Maclaughlin, Guy III . . . 313 Madden, Terry ........ ., 72 Maddison, Nancy . , 96 Madison, John . . . , , 72 Madrid, Luis .... 111 Macstri, Rogene . . . , 96 Maglitto, Luke ..... , , 85 Magnuson, Donna , 70 Magrill, Virginia . . . , , 85 Mahand, Kenneth . . 384 Maidana, Karen . . . , 45 Maicrson, Donald . . . , , 80 Mainord, Roberta . , 45 Majors, Jo Ann H 54 Malain, John ...... 122 Male, Patricia Ann ,,,,,,, 55 Malek, Douglas ..... ,,,, ' 385 Mallcrnec, Michael . . . ............ . . 72 ilulloy, Wxllxam ..., . . . 107, 380, 381 . laloch, Charron . ...... 266, 33-1 N11 nl 1' Mulonv, Mnlnnz-, Mnlonv, Arthur . . . Mnrgnrrrt . Mary Ann Mancill, Frnncvs Muncill, Lottie Manor, Jackie . . . Mnngrum, Marcia Manley, James . . . . . Mannhcimcr, Carole Manning, Kenneth D. Mannis, Robert Mansfield, William Manlhos, George .. Marcin, John ..... Mardis, Keith . Marek, W'aync .... Mares, Pablo ...... Margcnthalcr, Ralph Margolcsky, Philip R. l'agw.s 61 oo 93 45 61 85 93 as 96, 362, 390 .. ......... 103 247 67 103, 349, 354 .. 117, 364, 365 42 49,299 128 253, 254, 256, 240 364, 365 Marhofcr, Jerry ............... ..... 9 9 Mari, Ronald .... Marinello, Carl . . Marino, Bernard .. Marino, Frank . . Marino, Vincent . . Maris, Sharon . Markcy, Robert . . . Marmion, Mary . . . . . Marmion, Stephen Maroney, Peter . . . Marple, Kent .... Marquard, Warren .. Marquez, John . . . Marrs, Judith . . . Marsh, William . . . Marshall, Betty . . . Marshall, Gordon .. Marshall, Richard .. 105 299 45, 383 111 72, sas 59 as .. 96, 285 .. ....... so .. 309, 372 .. 305, 349 322, 323 90 52 .. 313 70 396 253, 311 .. 395, 402, 403 104, 352, 358 104 311 291 61 103 38,322,323 368 Marti, Carole .... Martin, Edwina . . . Martin, Harold . . . Martin, Jackson . . Martin, James . . Martin, Linda . . Martin, Max ..... Martin, Michael . . Martin, Paul .... Martin, Robert . . . Martin, Ronnie . . . Martin, Rufus . . Martin, Sherran . . Martinez, Jose ..... Martinez, Raul Jr. Martinez, Raul Jr. Martinez, Robert . . . Martinez, Sara .... Martinez, Vilma . . Martino, Robert . . Marzec, Carolyn . . . Mason, Brenda . . . Mason, Frances .. Mason, Guy . . . Mason, Randal . . . Massey, Raymond .. Mata, Orlando . . . Matejka, Gloria . . . Mathes, Claude . . . Mathews, James Mathias, Judy Jo Mattern, John ........ Matthews, .Tack Matthews, John Matthews, Martha .. Matthews, William Mattingly, Joseph Mattiza, Barbara . Mattox, Herman Matzig, Charles Mauk, Robert ...... 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Miles, Benny Milhoan, Tommy 122 162, 231, 285, 326 . .......... '... 72 194, 218, 233, 294, 295, 361, 402, 403 109 126 111 62 113 62, 335, 359 52 356 71 122 336 54 247 313 Miller, Billy ..... .... 1 58, 388, 389 Miller, Camille ........... 186 Miller, Carol . . ......... . . 57 Miller, Danise . . ..........., 76 Miller, David . . . . . 110, 353, 355 Miller, Denzil . . . ....... . . 38 Miller, Diane . . ...... 57 Miller, Edward . . . . . 60, 378 Miller, Frances . . ......... 94 Miller, Jean .... .... 1 17, 365 Miller, Larry . . ....... 76 Miller, Mary ...... ..... 4 5 Miller, Michael . . . ..... . 111 Miller, Ralph .... . . . 109, 266 Miller, Richard ....... 33 Miller, Susan . . . .... . . 60 Miller, William . . .. . 351 Name p Milling, Jamie .. Mills, Jerry ...... ,,.. ' Milla, Shirley S. .. 59, Minton, Carl .... Miscoe, Barbara . Misleh, Musa ..... Misleh, Suheil ..... Mitcham, Margaret . Mitchan, Mary Ann Mitchell, Elizabeth G Mitchell, Gary Ralph Mitchell, Michael .. 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Pages .. 305 .. 67 Riloncr BCUY - ' - 96 Robberson, Jane . . . 96 Rice' -lent' 49 Robbins, Frederick . .. 44, 46 Rice, Richard . . . 322 Roberson, Clifford . 113 Rich, Curtis ..... 46 Roberts, Rogers . . . . . 75 Richard, Charles . . 38 Roberts, Shirley .. ... 73 Richards, Dorothy .. 335 Rgljgrlson, Alan . 303 RiCIl81'dS, J0hrI . . . 42 Robertson Clarence . .. 76 Richards, Kerry .... 334 Robertson Jerrie . .. 67 Richards, I-UTY . . . 107 Robertson Kenneth . ......... . . 62 Richards, Wanda . . 96 Robertson Larry . . . ... 123, 366, 369 Richardson, Albert .. 348 Robertson, Linda . . . ... .. . . 57 Richardson Carla . . 79 Robinson, Edward . . . . . . . 369 Richardson Frances 293 Robinson, Judith . . . , .. 97 Richardson James . . . 356 Robinson, Martin ..... ............. 1 26 Richardson James S. 111 Robinson, Robert 114 Richardson Jimmie D. .. ...... 128 Robinson, Robert W. .... 48, 325, 370, 374 Richardson Linda . . . . . . 285 Roddy, Ronald . . . .... . . . . . . . . . 55 Richardson Marjorie 289 Rodgers, Alan . . . . . 56 Richardson Mary . . 38 Rodriguez, Belinda . . .. . 46 Richardson, Patricia 54- Rodriguez, Carlos . . . . . 383 Richardson Rebecca 291 Rodriguez, Jaime 342 Richardson, Stephen 105 Rodriguez, Jose .. .. . 123 Richardson, Tommie . .. . 96, 291 Roesler, Gus . . .. 43 Richardson, Waymona 63 Roff, Llynn . . . .. . 86 Richey, Warren .... 34 Rogers, B-ruce . . . 378 Richter, Milton .... 111 Rogers, Jacqueline ...... 96 Rickard, Michael . . 382 Rogers, Peggy . . ...... . 70 Rider, Jane .... 337 Rogge, Douglas . . , 309 Ridley, Barbara . 402 Rojas, Peter 338 Riedel Barbara 338 Roll, Walter . . . 317 Riedel Beverly . . . 338 Rollins, Billie ..... .. 71 Riedel Karen . . 333 Romine, Kathryn . . . . . . . 96 Rieger, ,Glenn . . . 109 Rooks, Nancy ..... .... . . 53 Rigby, Trina ........ . . 56 Roosth, Sherry . . . , 392 Riggenbach, Frank . 327 Root, Marilyn ..... 231 Rigsbee, Elmer ..... 365 Rosario, Benjamin . . . ....... . . 73 Riker, Frank .... 317 Rose, Elliott ..... 338 Riley, John .... 105 Rosebrook, Fred . . . 364, 365 Riley, William . . . 68 Rosen, Walter .... 365 Riley, William M. . . 67 Rosenbaum, David . 301 Rincon, Robert . . . 99 Rosenblatt, 'George 303 Rinehart, Charles . . 76 Rosenblum, Jo . . 296 Ritchey, Gilbert . . . 71 Ross, Betty ..... 287 Rivera, Antonio . . . 46 Ross Bruce .... ............ . 98 Rivera, George . . . 326, 375 Ross Carolyn .... . 55 Rizzo, Theresa . ..... 51 Ross James . . . 86 Roach, James . . ...... 92 Ross, Richmond . . 315 Roach, Marshall . . . . . 90, 389 Ross, Rise .... . . 390 Name Ross, Ted .... Ross, William ..... Rothery, Robert .... Rothwell, Elizabeth . Rouse, James ...... Roussel, Peter .... Rowe, Barbara . Rowe, Marshall ..... Rowland, Michael .. Rowland, Sharon . Royce, Fred ....... Roylance, Sandra Rozelle, William .... Rubenstein, Lawrence Rude, Larry ....... Ruggerio, Sharon . Ruiz, Luis ...... Ruland, Norman .. Ruscelli, Vincent .... Rusnak, Rudolph Russ, Carol ...... Russell, Albert .... Russell, Cheslcy . . . Russell, Corinne Russell Diane ..... Russell, Rosalind .. Russell, Terry .... Russo, Ronald .. Rutherford, Huey .. Rutledge, James .. Ryan, Beverly . . . Ryan, Howard . . . Ryan, Kevin .... Ryan, Michael . . Ryan, Terry ..... Saab, Amin ........ Sabbagh, Miguel . . . Sabel, Hugh ..... Sadler, Robert . . . Sadler, Timothy . . Saenz, Evangelina Sage, Susan . . Sahgal, Devi . . . Saidi, Ahmad . . . Sajjadi, Parviz . . Saladiner, Albert . . Salamah, Ibrahim . . Salce, Joab ....... Saldana, Oralia . . Pages Name Pages 105 Sale, Richard . 69 . . . 110, 353 Salling, Robert . .. , 274 .. . . . .. 43 Salter, Robert . . . 317 . . . . 73, 334 Sama, Carol . . . . 239 . . . 364, 365 Summons, Gloria 293 . . . 48, 232 Sampcri, Charles . 123 57 Sample, Ocie 123 . . . 331 Sampson, Franklin . , 62 . . . 342 Sampson, Jcncan . . . . .. 63 .. . . . . 96 Sams, William . . . 65 . . . . . . . . . . 338, 389 Samson, Cornelia . . . . . 49 62 San Miguel, John . 86 . .' 144, 294, 301, 313 Sanborn, David .... . . . 90, 317 396 Sander, Peggy 46 98 Sanders, Thomas G. .. 105 53 Sanders, Thomas J. 356 . . . 75, 339 Sanders, William .... .... 3 07 . .. 47, 131 Sanderson, Kathleen . . . . . 62 68 Sancr, Shirley 385 . . . . 109 Sanford, Jackie . . . . . . . 96 . . . . . 285 Sanford, Jennifer . . . . . . 46 . . . 65, 337 Saper, Alexander . . 303 . . . . . . . 38 Sarabia, Felix . . . 105 . . . . . 43 Sartin, Robert . . 369 . . 96 Satery, Mary .... 57 . . 59 Sauer, Doris .... 402 . . 73 Sauer, Lawrence 308 . . 73 Saunders, Donna . 57 . . 97 Saunders, Leslie . . 67 .. . 336 Saunders, Patricia . . . . . . . . . . 53 . . 90 Sauter, Robert . . . 348 . . . 96 Savage, Beth .... 379 . . . . . 266 Savage, Dixie . 341 . . . . . . . . . 297 Savage, Robert . . . . 379 . . . 336, 338 Sawyers, Patricia . . 79 123 Saxe, James 315 . . . 382 Saxe, Robert ...... 301 . . . 105 Scalise, Carolyn .... ....... 2 91 . . . 114 Scarcella, Leonard 114 . . . 340 Schadel, Laura ..... . . 379 . . . 140 Schaefer, Gladiola . . . . 79 - - 54 Schanen, Glynn . . . 123 . . 97 Schantz, David .... 65 . . . 125 Schapiro, Joanne . . . . . . 296 .. . 382 Scharnberg, Donald . 355 . . 90 Schatelowitz, Edith 73 . . . 123 Schear, Marilynn . . . . 53 . . 55 Scheer, Richard ...... 123 . . 46 Scheidemantel, Betty 96 . . 79 Schellberg, Harry .... 106 For Your Convenience Eleven Locations 324 NORTHLINE MALL 2I5 GULFGATE MALL TEXAS AND SAN JACINTO 2520 AMHERST 4422 MAIN 20I9 WEST GRAY 5603 ALMEDA 2252 WEST HOLCOMBE 9307 STELLA LINK 5422 RICHMOND RD. 9047 MAIN "ON E'S A MEAL" YOUR PROBLEMS in 0 CLEANING 0 WAX STRIPPING 0 SEALING 0 POLISHING 0 DISINFECTING 0 CORROSION ARE OUR BUSINESS No Problem Too S.maII or Too Large tor Our Laboratory and Manufacturing Facilities PALMER-HOUCK BRooKs 'SYSTEM SANDWICH sHoPs CHEMICAL CORPORATION 432 Houston, Texas Y':,. -W .,, "I.- I.. 41' ',-I ,-l' ii, G. llii :I"""--.Q ,. .'.I' i- H 68' 53, will ll, 3:1 '-'- -4H.i1t,r, H ---- ---- -aj 129, 2: la ....,,, , 3 -in .-.-i.........l, e ..gq ald ........., liih ........ Il ........,-. Belly . ....,.,...-. l -ry ...... . il EMS ,ING NG FECTING iRROSl0N NESS mga If and dww UCK ORATWN He came to Texas Commerce for a 10,000 loan. got the kno -ho to build a fortune. F A personable, young man came into Texas National Bank of Commerce a few years ago, and said he wanted to borrow 510,000 His business was manufacturing a widely-used, patented industrial device. He assembled this device in his own plant, from parts he bought from several suppliers. Like many a small business, his suffered from under-capitalization. As he saw his problem, with 310,000 he could inventory those parts and get them at better prices-which was true enough. Now, 510,000 isn't a very big business loan. Loans of that size are routine. We make them every day. We might have made this one. But in this young man, we saw a rare talent-he was a natural- born salesman. We were concerned, though, that he was spread too thin. He was his company's chief engineer and manager of manufacturing and personnel director and treasurer and so forth. After studying his operation, our specialists told him: "Look, you should be out selling. Why don't you get yourself a single supplier? Let him buy the parts and assemble them and deliver the product. Let him worry about all those details. And you con- centrate on selling? He said: "I have had that idea, too, but it would take capital to get it going." Our men told him, "We know. We figure that it will take 550,000 to get you going, and we will let you have it." So he switched to this new way of operating, and the business did well. He was now giving almost all his time to the thing he did best-selling. In his second year, his line of credit with TexaslCommerce was Sl00,000. As the business grew, we "lived with" him every step of the way. When he had first come to us, his sales volume was S20o,ooo. Five years later, he was up to S2 million and, at that point, we were confident he was ready for the next step. We told him: "Now you are big enough to hire the specialists to handle your engineer- ing, warehousing, and so on." So we lent him the money to start his own manufacturing. That was three years ago. His business has continued to grow steadily. Today he is on his way to a fortune. i' 'A' 'k His story is not so very exceptional. At TexaslCommcrcc we have helped a lot of small companies grow big. That's how we grew big. TE S COMMERCE TEXAS NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCEf HOUSTONfA1.L THE BANK YOU'l,l. EVER NEED l N TEXAS C813 I I LL,wm..me...aua,--:wee fre-U . E -. +164-,.ie,rU- '.- ,..- EJ1 A. 'fs. .-if A 'H ' ' -v ----h-- ' " ' "' ' " ' "' ' " ' .,.-, .... .. Name Schenk, Normnn .. Schiller, Alvin ..... Schindewolf, Leroy .. Schlabach, Roy ..... Schlebach,, Josephine Schmerbeck, Richard Schmerbeck, Victor Schmidt, Charles .. Schmidt, Howard .. Schmidt, Larry .... Sclmeider, Donald . Sclmeider, Preston . Schneider Ronald . . Schneider, Vickie . . Schochler, Dan . . . Schoerger, James . . Schomburg, Charles Schonert, Laverne .. Schoonover, Susan Schott, Charles , .... Schroeder, Darryl .. Schroeder, Howard . Schroeder, Sharon Schroeder, Steven .. Schultz, Carol ..... Schultz, Frank ..... Schultze, Frederick . Schumann, Linda .... ..... 4 3, Schutt, James ..... Schwalm, Frank . . . Schwalm, Robert . . Schwartz, Gary ..... . . . Schwebel, Arthur . . Schwettmann, Gerald Scoggins, Jennifer . . . . . Scoggins, Patricia . . Scogin, Harold . . . Scogin, Shirley . . Scott Alma . . Scott Bertha . . Scott Carol . . . Scott Harold . . . Scott Jackie . . . . . Scott, Steven . . . Scott, William . . . Scruggs, Laurel Seago, Carroll ..... Seahorn, Barbara .. Sealey, Helen .. Seals, Johnny .. Seashore, Paul Seelke, Doris ...... .. Segura, Raymond .. Self, Janice .... Selik, Evelyn .... Selkirk, Richard .. Selsky, Richard Senac, Susan Senkel, Joan ..... Sentesi, William .. Seymou-r, Peter Sgitcovich, Sharon Shackelford, Judith .... Shaefer, Hubert Shah, Dinesh Soria, Shah, Mahendra .. Shandley, Sam ...... Shannon, Gilbert . . . .. . . . Shanshal, Moayad . . . . . Shao, David ...... Sharkey, Donald . . Sharp, Anita . . Sharp, Victor . . . Shauger, John . . . Shaw, John . . . Shea, Daniel . . . Shearer, Erna ...... Sheinberg, Melvin . . . . . . . Shelton, Diana .... Sheflton, James . . . Sheppard, Patricia . . . Sheridan, Janie ..... . Sheridan, William . . . . . Sherman, Betty Sherman, Philip ..... ....... Sherohman, Joseph .. Shevlin, Janet ..... Shevlin, Patrick Shields, Christine Shinn, Charles .... Shipley, Melvin . . Shipp, Harry . . . Shippey, Nancy .... Shires, Jacklyn .... Shirley, Nova ...... .... Shirley, Robert . ...... ...- Shoemaker, Catherine Shorten, Theodore .. ...... .- Shoudel, Pearl . . . Shry, Carolyn . . . Shryock, Mickey . . . Shumaker, Edward .. ..... .. Sicola, Charles ............ 48, Siddiqui, Mohammed Sidcnblad, Patricia . . . ..... . . . . Sides, Robert ..... Sigrist, Charles . . . Sihota, Jashmer . . Siller, Arturo .... 4 Sim, Victor .... Pages 86 123 86 118 67 305 305 56 337 86 301 384 73 285 38 97 62 73 62 62 389 106 55 106 291 301 325 341 107 73 309 396 49 99 59 69 104 86 56 99 362 336 328 336 401 123 90 46 96 62 69 73 76 78 296 107 40 291 43 90 80 73 291 128 107 110 118 46 382 107 63 367 106 391 266 365 334 303 79 75 79 38 355 59 86 325 79 46 53 299 76 106 362 400 94 360 70 82 96 400 360 362 325 46 53 313 123 129 123 359 Name Pages Sim, William . . . .. . 69 Simecck, John ..... .... 8 0 Simmank, Beverly . . . .. 96 Simmer, Ulie ..... . . . 46 Simmons, Charles .................... 57 Simmons, Charlotte . . .D ............. . . 96 Sinunons, Jaines .. 294, 347, 349, 354, 355 Simons, Annette ............ 78, 335, 361 Simpson, Julie .. Simpson, Mike Sims, Helen .... Sims, Randall .. Singer, Denise .. Singleton, David .. Sirman, Virginia Sirvello, Tony .... Sivley, Reida Skebo, Donna ..... Skeeters, Charles Skelton, Roland .. Skiles, Linda .......... Skinner, Robert ....... 334 53 . 94 297 ... 57, 390 ... 161, 315 ....... 53 .... 305 ........ 99 ...... 287, 402 .............. 77 . 118, 364, 365 .............. 43 ............. 123 skog, 1666 .. 159, 243, 246, 247, 249, 260 262 312 Slider, John .... Sloan, Kathryn . .. Slone, Joyce .... Smiley, Bruce . . Smith, Alan ..... Smith, Carol ........ Smith, Carolyn E. . . . Smith, Carolyn K. Smith, Danny . Smith, David E. Smith, David H. Smith, David M. Smith, Dennis .... Smith Diane . . . Smith, Donald . Smith Douglas .... Smith, Eleanor . .. Smith, Evalyn . . Smith, Farrell . . Smith, Gene . . Smith, Gordon .. Smith Grace L. Smith, James P. Smith James R. Smith Jean K. Smith, Jean S. . . Smith Joseph S. . Smith, Joy .... Smith, Larry .... Smith, Marilyn . Smith Martha A. . . Smith Martha L. Smith, Marvin . . Smith, Micheal . Smith, Nancy G. Smith, Nancy R. Smith, Phyllis . Smith, Ray .... Smith, Rebecca . . Smith Richard . . . Smith, Ronald . . . Smith, Roy . . . Smith, Sandra . . Smith, Shirley . . Smith, Susie . . . Smith, Thad . . . Smith, Van .... Smith, Virginia . . . . . . Smith, Wallace . Smith, Warren . . Smith Waverly Smith William A Smith William R Smither, Miles . . Smoller, Norman Smylie, Ann . . . Smyly, Joanna Snell, Snell, J. S. Wallace . Snider, David . Snook, George . Soffar, Allan .... Soffar, William .. 67 Sollock, Paul ....... Solomon, Bobby Somach, Charlotte . Somerville, John .... Sonne, George .... Sopko, Linda Sorelle, Frank Sorensen, Carole Luis Sowa, Richard . . . Sowcrs, Loretta . . . Sowma, Jerry ...... Spacek, Larry ......... Spangler, William J. Spangler, William R. . Spardella, Jamie .. Sparkman, Rebecca . Sparks, Garry ..... Sparks, Warren .. Spears, Sandra .... Spccht, John Y ... 118, 364, 365 ............ 92 .... 57, 285 ...... 315 ..... 77 .. 293 ... 58 .... 96 . 247 .. 301 .......... 46 ............ 69 ... 118, 364, 365 ............ 46 .......... 68 ... 309 .... 94 ... ,57 .. 114 .. 336 .. 126 69 ..114 90 285 96, 293 48 53 364 36 .. 345 96 348 49, 162, 226, 390 97, 325, 326 96 47 ... 96, 291 . .... 297 ..... 90 ......... 119 ....... 58, 393 ... 94, 346, 361 .............. 79 195, 315, 318, 401 ....... 260, 311 59, 289, 379, 393 .............. 86 .. 103 .. 1 6 .... 290 ...... 109 ... 352, 354 .... 339 ... 53 .. 97 .. 247 ... 86 ..... 68 ........ .. 4-3 57, 379 233, 359, 360, 383, 399 352 ., ....... 77 .. 43, 296 ...... 123 ... 38, 315 ......., 39 ... 77 ... 53 ... 55 ... 47 .... 46 . . 123 . . 106 . . . 49 . . 363 . . . 371 70 ... 123, 368 ... 69, 317 .... 70, 385 .... 356 Name Spcdalc, Michael . . . Spence, Charlton . . Spicak, Marvin . . . Spinella, Paul . . . Spinks, Lee ...... Sposeep, Theodore . . Sprague, Erma . . . Sprague, Susan . . Spratt, Michael L. . . Spratt, Michael T. Spratt, Richard .. Spratt, Ronald . Spreen, Ruth . . . Springer, Donald . . . Spurgeon, George . . Squier, James .... Squyres, Robert . . . Stagg, William . Stahl, Allan .... Stalarow, Harvey . . . Stallings, Allen . . Standefer, Barker . .. Standley, Elizabeth . . Stanford, Linda .... Stanislaus, Jimmie . . Stanley, Norris ...... Stanowski, Theodore Staring, Sharon ..... Stark, Larry ...... Stark, Sandra .... Starks, David . . . Starling, Iredell .... Starnes, David . . Starr, Sheldon . . Staskey, Eugene ..... Staskus, Margaret ..... Stasney, Billy ..... ...... Stavropoulou, Eleftheria Stclair, Tommy .......... Steele, Dale .......... Steele, Larry ..... Steelhammer, Joe .... Steelhammer, Neva Steen, Maurice ...... Steen, Wiley ....... Steffen, Roy . . Steffler, Bruce . . Steffler, Charles . . . Stein, Louis ...... Steinberg, Jan . . . Steiner, Beckwith .... Steinhoff, Wendell . . Stepanek, Joseph . . . Stephan, John ..... Stephens, Charles . . . Stephens, Franklin . . Stephens, John ..... Stephens, Martha . . . Sterling, Jay .... Stern, Marcus . . Stevens, Gus ..... Stevens, Kenneth . . Stevens, Nancy . . Stevens, Stacie . . Stevenson, Jari . . Stewart, Betty ....... Stewart, Ellsworth . . . Stewart, John ..... Stinson, Charles . . . Stirek, George . .... ..... . Stith, Jerry .............. Pages . . . 299 46 369 123, 366, 368 305 106 ... 99, 395 ....... 37 ... 247, 311 ... 246, 247 .. 292, 313 ...... 361 ... 37, 322 ..... 86 .... 73 ... 106 ... 352 ... 389 ... 303 57 297 180, 289, 402 94- 313 69 86 46 .. 86 59 253 118, 364, 365 .......... 48 ........ 123 ... 96 ... 69 .... 137 ..... 107 ... 77, 339 ..... 107 .... 47 ... 335 .. 49 ... 297 ... 307 .... 313 ........ 313 .... 103, 349 ... 67, 383 .. ....... 365 .......... 73 106, 301, 352 .. ...... 382 ......... 103 73, 386, 387 315 ... 49, 373 .... 303 .. 325 ... 313 .. 62 .. 59 .... 46 ...... 96 .. 75, 339 .. 43, 301 301 313 111 118, 364, 365 star, Patdcia .. 49, 233, 324, 327, 357, ' 400 Stivers, Paul Stjohn, Richard .. Stjohn, Thomas .. Stocking, Leona ..... Stockton, Kenneth Stogsdill, Robert .. Stoilis, Thalia Stokes, Mary .. Stokes, Robert Stone, Jack ...... Stone, James ..... Stoneham, Sebron .... Story, Shirley ...... Stotter, Richard .. Stout, Robert .. Stovall, Jack Stowe, Robert Strader, Bonnie Strader, Noel ........ Stradley, William Stramblad, Karen Strange, Janell .. Strarup, Alice Stratton, Paula .... Streckfus, Bennie Street, Betty ...... Streeter, John ..... Streetman, Sharon Strickland, Mavis Strickland, Ronnie .. Strickland, Rose Strickler, Thomas .... Stricklin, Mollie .. Stringer, Paul Stripling, Arnell .. Stripling, Shclia . ......... 69 ... 106, 352 ....... 79 ... 86 ... 86 .. 77 .. 46 ... 368 ... 114 .. 65 ... 317 ...... 69 ........ 96 ... 247, 313 ...... 109 ..... 114 ..... 322 ... 46, 362 ... 106, 354 ...... 114 ..... 291 ........ 77 ... 49, 326 ... 96, 345 ........ 78 ... 394, 395 126 55 97 ... 364, 365 ... 55, 393 315 86 123 97 66 Name Page: Strode, Kenneth . . . .. . 111 Strohbehn, Jon . . . . 309 Strom, Leo ..... . . . 348 Stroud, Julia ...... .. 94. Struckmeyer, Billy . . . . . 100 Strybos, Jean . . ,,,, S3 Stubbs, Norma . . . . 94 Stuckey, Bernard . . .. 62 Stuckey, Nancy . . . . 62 Studdert, Margaret . . . . 79 Sturm, Lawrence . . . . 37 Sturrock, Jessie . . . . . 51 Sturrock, Milven . . . . . . 106 Styles, Daniel . . . . . . . . 73 Sucher, Richard . . . . . 73, 313 Sudlow, Susan . . . . . . 79, 291 Suih, Michael . .. .. 68 Sukhtian, Ghiath . . . . . . 382 Sulik, Mary .... . . 361 Sullivan, Gary . . . . . . 111 Sullivan, Paula .... . . 79 Sullivan, William . . . . . . 272 Sullivant, Cecelia . . . 291 Sulser, Philip ...... .... 1 23 Sultan, Fredrick .... . . . 86 Sumlin, Donna . . . . 59 Summers, Carol . . . . . 69 Sumner, Sylvia . . . . . . 86 Suncin, Eva .... ...... 5 8 Svetlik, Blanche .... . . . 79, 345 Svoboda, Charlene . . ...... 46 Swafford, Jamie . . . .... . . 67 Swain, Kenneth . . . . . 364, 365 Sweatt, James . . . ...... . 315 Sweda, Mary .... ...... 5 3 Sweeney, Jerome . . . . . . 315 Sweeney, Linda . . . . 57 Sweeney, Mary . . . . 53 Swiler, Mary .... . . 43 Swofford, Gerry . . . . . . 315 Sy, Judith ..... . . . 97 Sziy, Steven . . . . . 315 Taggart, Lynn . . . . 62 Talbott, Frank .... . . . 57 Tanaka, Masaaki . . . . 137 Tang, H0 ....... .... 4 6 Tange, Richard . . . . 104 Tanner, Carlos .... . . 68 Tarkington, Marcia . . . . 78 Tarpley, Ernest .... ...... 9 0 Tarter, Jerry . . ........ 317 Tarver, John ..... ..... 1 27, 356 Tarvin, Howard . . . ........... . 110 Tassani, Jeffrey . . . . . 192, 356, 391 Tate, James ..... ............ 6 2 Tatum, Charles .... . . . 184, 301, 318 Tatum, Gary E. . . ...... 118, 364 Tatum, Gary L. . ...... 38, 365 Tauch, David . . . 118, 364 Tavora, Octavio . . ....... 82 Tawil, Vivian . . . . . . . 73 Taylor, Jack . . . . . . 309 Taylor, Jim ..... ..... 1 06 Taylor, Joseph ...... ......... 86 Taylor, Michael P. Taylor, Michael W Taylor, Nan ..... Taylor, Nina . . . Taylor, Wilford . . Taylor, William M Taylor, William N. Teas, Tommy ..... Teekell, John .... Tell, William .... Tellefsen, Sharon Telschow, Judy .. Templeton, Janet Templeton, Scott . Tennison, Joe .... Teraiki, Abdullaziz Terry, Carolyn .... Terry, Jimmy .. Terry, William Tesch, Richard Thacker, William . Thayer, Mary . . . Theis, Judy .... .. Thelen, Terry ..... Thieleman , E-rnest Thiessen, Tonda . Thirlwall, Daniels . Thoma, John ..... Thomas Bonita . Thomas James Thomas, Jimmy .. Thomas Patricia . Thomas Warren .. Thompson Carol . Thompson Cutyler Thompson, Donald Thompson, James Thompson, James W Thompson, Joe Thompson, Marvin Thompson, Michael Thompson, Mickey Thompson Nancy Thompson, Naomi Thompson, Terry . v giiil ... .,,,, lqll I I C3 . I92 ....'.'fff.'f'i' -I P. ---- ,1 W. - ---' d nhl. mN- "" "" non d Y mel 1' can ...ii I C ulluil H Y in .rd Him " W' ind! 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Todd, llolu-rm Toclil, Snsnn ..... Tolbi-rl, Evelyn .... Tomlin. Carolyn Tonvs, Michael .. Tong, Antonio Tonn, Durwnrd Tookcr, Ray ..... Toombs, Arthur .. Tuslmlo, Daniel Toups, Wnync Tow:-ry, William Townsend, Clnudc .. Townsend, James .... Townsend, Nancy ..... Trucy, Gcorgiannc .. Tracy, Jolin ........ Tracy, Michael Tracy, Rcssic ..... Trnhnn, Randall Trninor, Kathleen .. Tminor, William . . . 46 . . 38 . . 55 . . 57 . . 296 . 379 . . . 80 . 337 46 48 291 46, 295 326 94. 291 90, 299 106 .. 339 .. 109 .. 73 so 63 48 . 73 ..1o6 .......s9 . ....... 67 . . . 253, 260 . . . . . . . 247 . . 287, 400 . . . 73, 309 46 .Yam P Traylor, Margot .. Trcvallnm, James .. 290, 291 311 Trcvnlhun, Robert . ............ .... 3 11 Trcvino, Hcrlinda Trina. Trimble, Jancarlc Theodore .. 83 Trimble, Thomas Trinln, Carl ...... Trilico, Frank .... Tronson, Diane Trotter, Jerry ....... Trowbridge, Shirley Troxcll, Robert ..... Tnmir, Donn . .. Truclicarl, Mary .. Truxillo, Bart Tsang, Hing ..... Tscliicdcl, Sharon . . . Tsicn, 'Nai-Chen . . Tubbs, Mildred . . Tucker, Anita . . Tucker, Aubrey . . Tucker, Edwin . . . Tucker, Erol . .. Tucker, Jon . . . Tullar, Willie . . TlllllS, Chnrleg , . I 189, 385, 389, 401 60 380, 401 .. 87, 146 53 .. 364, 365 .. 394, 395 75 62 293 305, 322 367 65, 138 43 63 . 303, 327 62 87 .. 118, 364, 365 79 Tnrbevillc, Harold .. Tufklnglon, Albert .. Turner, Clarence . Turner, Flcnoyd H Tumef. Jon ..... Turner. Kenneth Turner, Robert ...... .. Tllrrentinc, Bonnie .. Turrcntine, Mark Tyler, Orita ....... Ulrich, Ernest ...... Underwood, Evelyn ., Uudoffi Anthony Um'e'f'3l'!lh Jo . .... . Upchurch, Donald Urban, Janet ...... U'ban0"'SkY. Joe Ullman, Walter Uzcaleg'-li, Jose .. Uni, Michael . . . 325, 374 69 99 .. 329 46 . ............... 96 113, 364, 265 . . ......... 376 376 87 .. 110 .. 34-6 67 350 107 .. 38, 322 48 366 127 vadelli Joan Valemi, Paul .... valefi, Edward ...... vallelfh Alfred ,,.,, Vamvnkias, Christophexi. l vaucev Judy ........... vanclealfe, Michael .. Vancleavei Robert U. vandffgfifl, Carole 79, 373 126 .. 38, 322 109 .. 46, 338 '13 .. 106 391 Pug'-1 Vanrlr-rlmnst, Shirley ........... H Vnndcrpool, Susan . . . . . 96, HT6, 370 Vanelcvcnclcr, Slinrla ........., 60 Vanlnozcn, James .... ... .... 315 Vnnn, 1-'ranrrs ...... U 3m Vanlrcasc, William U . 99 Vanin-1-sv, Cl:-nn . . . - W Vanwntcrs, Cary . . H 106 Vanya, Don ..... H 333 Vara, Riclmrd .,.. In ,iq Vasque-z, Dllillllll . . 5 I my Vasquvz, Cunrlalnpc ,H Q0 Vnsnl, David ..... 1 . gy Vauglian, Cllnrlcs . T7 Vaughan, Florcncc ,,,,, BT Vaughan, George 336' 338 Vaughan, Robert . . .... 101 Vnnglmn, William . . . I 43' 336 Vauglmn, Yvillinm . . . . KH Vcrdino, Paula . . . , 96 Vcntcli, Nathan . . , , 43 Vcrncr, Frances H. 43 Vcsclkn, Johnny . . . . ' 77 ViCk0rS. .loc .... N 127 Victor, Doris . . .... -16 Vicirn. Juan ..... . lll Vicl, Paul ....... , , , 69' 385 Villnrd, Jesse .... ,,,,, 1 09 Villarreal, Arturo . . , , , 118 Villarreal, Homer . . . . . . . . . 38 Vincent, Diane . . ........... 79 Vinccnl, Donald .... . . . 69, 309, 356 Vincent, Kenneth . ........... 68 Vincik, Leonard . . ,, Ill Vines, Paula .... ,, 96 Vines, Robert .... , , 297 Vinson, Jackie ....... , , 46 Vinsonlialcr, Charles . . . . . 106 Vitak, Donald ....... , , , 62 Vital, Willard . . . , , , , , 96 Vitulli, James . . . ,,,, , , , 46 Vitulli, Ramon . .. 57, 327 Vlasek, Donald . . ..,. , 99 Vogel, David 4. . . .. 111 Vogclsang, Don . . . . . 88 Vogt, Victor ..... .. 90 Volkmer, Patricia .... . . 293 Vollbrccht, Russell . . . . .. 366 Vollentinc, Forrest ..... .. 379 Vonurquidy, Gilbert . . . . . 313 Vosrs, Beverly . ....... . . 291 Votava, Bobby . . . . . 37 Waak, Patricia . . . 46 Wadham, Thomas . . . . 111 Waggener, Robert . . . . 274 Waggoner, Frank . . . . 125 Wagner, Albert .. . . 104 Wagner, David . . . . . . 77 Wagner, John .... . . 77 Wagner, Leland . . . . 303 Wagner, Ursula . . - 58 Waki, Betty . . . . . 362 Wald, Helen .... - - 362 Walden, James . . . ..... . . 73 Waldncr, Cecilia . . .. 97 291 Waldrep, Raymond ---- 48 Waldrep, Susan . . - - 46 Waldron, Bobby . . . 57 Waldrep, Wilton . ......... 363 Wales, Janet .... .......... 5 5 Waligllra, Charles . . . . . . 103, 305, 3-19 Walker, Charles . . -.-------- 363 Walker, James . . . ...,....... . . 37 Walker, John .... 106, 352, 358 Walker, Michael . . ---------- 109 Walker, Philip . . . ------- - - - - 77 Walker, Robert . . . .- - 144. 307 Walker, Ronald . . . ---- - 322 Walker, Sandra . - - - 53 Walker, Sydney . . . .... . . 57 Walker, Virgil . ...... 37 Walker, Weyman . . . . . . 175, 198 Walker, William . . - - 46 305 Wall, Herman . . . . 46 339 Wall, Nancy . . ---- 51 Wall, Ronald . . . . . . . Q7 Wall, Sherry . . . '-- 19 Wall, Thomas ---- ' ' ' ul Wallace, Charles . . - - 340 Wallace, Janice . . . - - - 335 Wallace, John . 60 Wallace, Karen . . . - ' 95 Wallace, Nita - - - 59 Wallace, Ronald .. . . . 107 Wallin, Steven . . ' - 159 Wallis, Kathleen . . . - ' ' ' 43 Wlallis, Thomas .. -- 129 Walters, William . . .... 114 Walton, Gregory . - '- 87 313 Walzel, Larry . . "" 100 Wang, Lily ........ ....... 4 8, Wann, Jayne ..... ..... 9 4, 29a Wm-bl-mon, Deborah . . . ....... 70 291 Ward, Beverly ..... . .. 53, 228 327 Ware, Ruth ...... ............. I 7 Warny, James . ....... , . 13 Warren, Alton . . ' ' 337 Warren, Carey' - - - ' ' 87 YVarrcn, Carol . . ' ' 28? Warren, Dina . SD n Yftmv I,iK,, Vfarrv-li, D-it--llix , in 11'.lrr-'n, liilmifx .. U j ,,., qi ju, 11'.irr-'n, Cvwfgv' H 317 11'.irrf'n, l .ml , H -U IIT 11'-lfY"f1. linlli . H lu., 11'.irwi- L, liliin .. V Hj i i 11'J-llvr, llnx i-l - -- U AN am wf'U""l2. CHD' ,..,.,. lll W.ilrrrnJri, Nlnry' , ,, faf. 210- :qg Wnlllinw, flliirlfw . .........,. 04, 1V:iIlxiriw, Sn-an H gh: Wal!-ni., Ira -H Mi, Win!-nn, ll:-ily .. H Lil' 14,1 Wal-nn, l.:irry ..,. ,H 131' 31,0 Xxlillvlll, 'linnilliy' . . ,,,,,, 109 Xvnl-nn, William .. .,. fini, X15 Walla, Chu-ryl . . . ,,,,,,, Tj 1Vrl!l'4, C--nv .... .. . 301 YY:-:Illia-rw, D.n-'i-l . . ,...,.,.. " Yvvnlllrhpnuri, Tlmrlm-1 .... JW, 3-13 Yfvziva-r, Donna . . . . 201, 201 1v"nl"'r- C371 - - .... 299 1vl'flVCl'. Jnrk .... , , , 301 u'l'IlVt'l', Jacqui-lim: , S1 X!,l'2lYl'l', Jann'-1 . . . jf 1Vm':n'i'r, Yirlnrin -I Ji, 1Vi-lili, Cornelia . . . , , , 14, Wvbbcr, Xlnrguvrilc . . ...... -ll, Yvi-lu-r, Clinton .... . . '16, 338 Web:-r, Cnlc . . . , , A , , 91 Wvbvr, William . . . , 81 u'1'l7l'YfllL'k, ,lnvk . . , , 31,2 Wvbstc-r, lioln-rl . . . . . . 305 WL-ilcl, Karl ....... . . . 338 Wx-ill-lm-yi-r, I-in-lyn . . ......... ST W'cvks, Marguerite . . ........... Sl W'vm'lt:1, 1Vyli1' .... . . . 90, IHH, HHS Wvgncr, Cnrulc . . ........... 96 Yvchunl, Lnjnnna ......... 06 Wciglc, Sally .... ......... 9 I Wcinmann, Eldon .. 307, 318 Weinstein, Elialiu .... .... . 365 Wcisingvr, Rolivrl . . . ............. ST Yvciss, Maxine .... . . . 97, 296, 391 Wcisser, Judith . . .... ...... 6 9 Welborn, Andrew .. . .. 311 Welch, Carol . . . . 295 Wclcli, Kenneth . . . . . T7 YVcldon, Sharon . . . . . . 331 Weldon, Winilord .... . . 87 Wellman, Linda .... .. 90 Vfclls, Charles . . . . 368 Wells, Eva . . . . . . . 63 Wells, Glen ..... . . . 100 Wells, Pamela ..... .. T9 Wells, Richard A. . . . 67 Wells, Rivlmrzl P. . .... 82 Yvclsh, Carol . . . ...... . 79 Wcnnlolli, Thomas . 260, 301 WOHZl8M'Sll, Louella . .... -16 Wcrcklc, Joseph . . . ... 106 Werner, Henry . . . . . . 114 Werner, Johnnie ....... 363 Wert, Rayficld . . . . . 352, 358 Wesley, Jewell .. .... 69 Wesley, Ronald . . . - 77 W'cst, Robert . . . . . B3 Yvcst, Ronald .... ...- 6 0 Yvcstbrook, Jackie --.-- 96 Yvcslcrvclt, Ronald . . . . 101, 350 Yvcslon, Frederick . . ..... 103 Weston, Ruth ...... .... 5 3 Wcstplial, James . . .... 48 Westplml, Wayne . . - . - 109 WE-slrup, William . . . - - T7 Wheeler, Raymond . . ... 299 W'hiddon, Michael . . . .. . 87 Wliiscnzmd, Donovan - - - 297 Yvliilacrc, Robert . . -.-.- 307 Whitaker, Evie ..., . . . 49 372 Yvhitcomb, Robert . ------ 56 White, Brenda ..... --- 59. 293 White, Charlotte . . ...----- 70 While, David .... - -- 325. 370 White, Cordic . - - 31- 307 White, James . -- - 87 Vlhite, King ............. ........ B 2 Wlhitc, Larry ..................... 87 White, Linda . . 51, 220, 232, 285, 326, 357, 361, 373, 402 W'hite, Robert . . . ------- - ' 396 Svhile, Stephen . .. ......... ll-l White, Stuart . .. ......... . 103 Wliite, Theodore . . . . . 118, 361, 365 W'hile, Vclda ....... .......... 3 33 Whineley, Thaddeus . . ........ 114 Whitley, June ...... .--- 5 7 Whitley, Kenny . . . .... . 356 Whitman, Marcy . . - - 96. 296 W'hilm:,m, Yvayflc .... ..... 3 03 Whitsctt, Carol ......... - . - 367 Whittaker, Jcwclcane - - 96 Whitten, James ...... - - 46 Whittington, Arthur . ------ 77 Whittington, Walter ------- 379 W'hi!wor!h, Tommie . ---- 289. 311 Wicks, Allen ...... -.------- 1 09 Yvickc, Charles .... . . . 109, 351 Wfideman, Leonard . . . . . 106, 355 1 1 1f1,'w?, -, lf!.:.i! RM:-I-1. ll-unix r 11:,',g.:'f, l nu U Wim- Sie ' 1 ' 11igi.l, 1 2,111-' ,. vvilli .r:i. 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Jnililll Nlariun , Nan:-y . , N1-il . .. , l':ilririn Xvillinnin, l':-ggy . .... . YYillizuns, llnh.-rl . . . . . 217, xvllllllllli, llunnlll . . . . . IB, xvllllilllli ulilllilllli xxlllllllllll Willinlna Yvillianns . Sh-pin-n , 'lilu-lmn . , Tlionins . . nn, Cliarlvs nn, ll:-nry . . . 1Yilliainnson, ,lnnw-i . , Xvillinlnu un, lnlrifin Willixnn-nn, linlh . Xxlllllilllli un, Snzannv Xfillifunl, lilizabl-th . . . . . . 51, 373, xvllllllgllillll, 1Y'ilry . . . ..... . 38, Willi-, Jnnu-4 ....... 109, Yvillii, ,lolln ....... Willi-, Virginia Nlarii- .... Willkv, Quiglil .... .... Willnliy. linnmlnlpli . . . .. H2, Willa, Jnlin ..... . . . Xvill-mn, Gail . . . W'illy, Jack . . Wil-nn, Brian ......... Wilson, Carl . . .......... . . Yvil-mn, Dann 289, 326 Xvil-mn, Jilll1l'S ......... Wilmn, john .... .......... Wilson, John T. .. Yvilvurn, l.:irry . .. 307. W'ilwn, Nlullanic .... u'ilNon, llolwrl . , . . Wilmn, Sarah . . . . W'ilvrn, Sllirlvy . .. W'ilwnn, Tlmlnas . YYiniln'rli-y, Jolin . . . . Winiberly, Bruce . . W'iniln-fly, l.awn'ncc W'inans, Clnnilc .... Winborn, Edward . . Winliorn, John . . W'inuli, Eilwnrll .... 233, Winallmm, Kvnnclli .. 266, Winvbrcnnm-r, Milton .. .. .. Yvinu-gardnvr, David . . . . . Winlicld, Tummy .... . Wingate, Albert . . . . Wingo, Tlicorlorc . . . . . . . Winkcl, Alctha .. ...... Winklc, James . . . ...... 123, W'inklcr, Xlivliacl .. . 111, 308, Winn, Jan ...... ......... Winn, Junlilh . Winstcad, Bcity . . Wise, Jane .... . 60, Wise, J im Wise, Tommy .... . Wise, William .... V'iscmau, Rodney .. Vfisner, Evans 266, W'ocllncr, Ann .... 97, 153, 289, Wocslcmcyfzr, Ronald Wohlman, Sidney ' l':,ffi 'i EDM lll .U- KH Ri "rl Ui' ur . To .H tl. ill. 'lil JI.: 412 .il Ifl Zlii MT 'IJ ue. Jul 'u.o fill 1400 5107 nl em N2 60 l IN 1100 lli IOH TIT T3 02 Hi 51 'lb 59 B. IHS IH9 -I6 98 106 l23 368 -I8 53 96 T3 326 322 301 106 -ll: 90 309 56 287 98 87 313 362 38 297 106 318 73 BT 281 91 82 ll 1 77 62 369 329 ll l 255 313 69 331 TT lll 82 331 369 309 109 T7 391 56 TT 313 309 -1-6 301 317 317 327 4 Name Pages Wolf, Charles . . . , , , 99 Wolf, Melvin . . . . , , , , 49 Wolfe, Judy - -- ...... . 53 Wolfe, Mary . .. .. 366, 367 Wolfe, Susan . ...... 53 Wolff, Jeanne . . . . . . . . 73 Wolff, Winford ...... . . . 87 Wollner, Anthony . . . . . 386 Wolz, Wayne .... . 100 Womack, Allen . . . . 83 Wong, Bobby . . ...... 106 Wong, Joel . . ....... 166 Wong, King . . . . . 325, 374 Wong, Man . . . ..... . . 106 Wong, Whitlow . . ..... 369 Wong, Yu-Wing . . . . 83 Wood, Alton . . . . . . 46 Wood, Barton . . . . 103 Wood, Donald . . . . 100 Wood, Johnny . . . . . . 48 Wood, Robert . . . .... . . . . . 73 Wood, Ronald .... ............. 1 09 Wood, Timothy . . . . . 46, 315, 362 Wood, Verna ..... ........... 46 Woodall, Georgia .. 58 Pea Name Woodall, John Woodard, Melbourn Woods, John ..... Woods, Ronald ..... Woodside, Charles Woodward, Donna Woolcry, Donald .... . . . Woolf, Kenneth . . Wooten, Linda . . . Word, Jannie . . . Works, Madden . . Worley, Donna . Worley, Max .... Worrell, William . . . . . . . . Pages . . . 247, 315 . . 103, 349 . . . . . . 90 . . 272, 273 57 49, 287 118, 364, 365 109, 351 46 53 53, 340 53 118 195, 238, 313 Worthington, Beverly .. ...... 99, 395 Wren, Sherrell ....... Wright, Donald .... Wright, Eileen . . . Wright, Glenda . . Wright, Jimmy . . Wright, Wright, Paul . . . . . Wright, Timothy . . . Wright, Kenneth . . . . Michael . . . Q 6 Cf 0, an Bank of 7bxas 106 109 .. 58 .. 79 127 103 309 73 247, 249 Name Wright, Wright, Wyatt, Wyatt, Wylie, Wynn, Wynn, Yager, Yancey, Don . . . . Yanigan, Jean . . . Yanowski, Anna Yantis, Yates, Betty .. Yates, Charles .. Pages Waccy . . . . . 48 William . . . . . 111 Doris .... .... 7 1 Joe . . . . . . 114 Jerome . . . . 87 Ralph . . . . . . 340 Sherry . . . . 59 Robert . . . 127 . ....... 384 . . 49, 173 . . . . . 46 Alice . . . . . 70 . . 96 . . 38 Yates, Everett Ybarguen, Pamela Yeager, Robert . Yeager, Sarah . 49 .. .. 79 e..---...--......... 315 55 Yelvington, Mary 105, 106, 352, 358. 361 Yeo, Joseph .... Yoakam, Janet ....... ........... .... 7 0 Yoder, Dale . . . . Yosko, Raymond Youell, Young, Spencer . Brian . . . . . . 145, 301 .. ...... 110 114 118 Name Young, John .. Young, Louis ...... Young, Michael .. Young, Peggy . .... . Youngblood, Volan Younger, Robert Isadore Youshak, Zaffirini, Luis .... Zainfeld, Harris . Zainfeld, Leon Zank, Jill ..... Zapp, Patricia Zarate, Edda .... Zaruba, Charleen Zeiger, James .... Zemanek, Virginia Zepeda, Rudolph . Zermeno, Gloria . Zettel, James ... Zimmerman, Carl .......... Pages 369 62, 309 ss 229, 287 307 99 113 69,396 342 351 96 62 59 87 31, 299 46, 338 96 118, 364, 365 Zimmerman, Jeannene 53 Zimmerman, Shirley Zoeh, Robert . ....... . Zunker, John 100 103 43, 139, 391 Zolan, Timothy .... . . . 6. . . 364, 365 I As You Build Your Future - Build Your Home and Remember Us my o605 SOUTH MAIN Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation HOUSTON 25- TEXAS 3 I' 4--1 li 62 20 69 ff, I 4' .. i. .,' 36 T i Ai ,J People make our bank. " our Till llillllt Individual and corporate customers alike find our 'A 7: personnel more resource- 'r ful, more creativeand more cooperative. The "can-do" attitude of our staff is the reason Bank of the South- west has introduced virtu- ally every recent worth- while innovation in bank- ing in the Southwest. Let us serve you through our many specialized banking services. ilfg 36l, yi I W is people 7 l good luck, CLASSi0F1965' so Slater School and College Services wishes to thank the members of the graduating class for their patronage-to say farewell, good luck, and good health. Your school's administration realizes that classroom performance often depends on planned nutrition. Through ARA Slater, they have wisely invested in quality food, prepared and served in friendly style. We hope you have enioyed Slater meals and service- that mealtime provided a pleasant social break in the day's busy routine. From all of us, good luck and good health in the years ahead! PHILADELPHIA 46 PA SLATER SCHOOL AND COLLEGE SERVICES Slater Now Serves More Than 220 Schools In 32 States and Puerto Rico , A .LI . - ' 2:5 -5553 H gl. .-gee: 5 . , - , VH, 1, i 5 ' 439 -f A 7 ' T f-,ve-f ff-Tim:-re .fe Lf- HOUSTONIAN staff, top to bottom: Beth Janes, activities editor-an artist, come- dienne, and true pal in one small package. Tony Turbeville, a talented sports photographer who is in favor of a track-filled yearbook. Don Brady, the photog- rapher who kept us all in stitches and who threatened to quit twice a day but would have missed the money and the laughs too much. Marilyn Berry, who stepped into the newly-created Greek editor's position and worked with the patience of Job. King Wong, photo editor-a real prince whose efficiency was next to perfect and whose great sense of humor remains unmatched. ,lane Whitaker, associate editor fwho also whipped out the Colleges section?-a girl of unbelievable ability who has been a faithful staffer and friend. She is directly responsible for much of the quality of this book. Rocky Davis, a chic, refined girl who has allowed her good taste to be reflected through her editorship of the honors section. E DWORD I suppose one could attach many symbolic meanings to the picture at the left. One could believe that I, as editor, played the part this year of a type of foreman and that I manipulated my staff as efficiently as an operator could manipulate this crane. Or you could even say that our presence on this machinery indicates our desire for the I-IOUSTONIAN to reach greater heights. Actually, the truth is that this seemed a fun thing to do and made for a different type picture of a group of real tradition- breakers! I say tradition-breakers for several reasons: First, unlike past years, there was not one bridge game in the HOUS- TONIAN office, nor did the staff spend hours at the nearby Al. Secondly, staff members actually WORKED, nobody ever had to stay up all night, and grade averages did not really suffer as severely as tradition would have it. Thirdly, and probably the most heinous of crimes-all deadlines were met ON TIME. They were not, naturally, met without a little blood, sweat, and shouting of angry oaths in a new language born in the HOUSTONIAN office called Houstonese. One tradition, however, that I personally could not break was that of becoming close to and dependent upon many fine people. I've learned worlds this year and have had some marvelous times with the associates that Iive come to know so well. It Would, therefore, be selfish of me not to acknowledge them in this editorial. Thanks of course, to that motley group at left, plus my sports editor, Pete Maroney, a fellow with myriads of talent, Linda White, administration editor, a tremendous worker, and Betty Williford, who shared Linda,s job and did outstandingly well. Mr. Ross Strader, student publications advisor, and D-Eon Priest of Taylor Publishing have been my cry- towels this year. Both exercised a lot of tolerance with me and often had my questions answered before they had been asked. Thanks, millions to them. The student publications business office has once again proved itself infallible, thanks to Mrs. Isabel Vestal, Mrs. Bernice Schuberth, and Joan Vadell. In the photographic area, commendation is in order for such contributing photographers as Bob Robinson, Larry Lothringer, Dud Fagin, John Daigle, and Fred' Schultze. The photog, however, to whom I owe most of this book's success is the world's greatest color photogra- pher, Ray Blackstone. My heartfelt thanks also goes to the faculty and ad- ministration and to my ex-roomie who helped so much in. the waning days of the deadline, and of course, to my understanding friends and parents. ' So there you have it, a cliche bit that we'll call the endword, finale, acknowledgement, or what have you. It is the culmination of my heartfelt thanks along with my expression of relief that the book is finally completed. One last thought: lf youhave enjoyed the 1965 I-IOUSTONIAN, then my tired eyes and prematurely-graying hair are not for naught. 1 . - ,,,, , Symljglic me I believe thataprngf 'pe of fo :EE rtlt' H remal' tri t s an 0 . even say thx ales 0 , L , , ur d9Slre tr, heights. Aetuatt, ng to do " I and mad. P of real tradititl easons: First, uhm, ev in to no Spend hotlrs at llldlltjtqlg ade HWIHESS did W0l1ld have it. einous oi crirnessi f were not, naturrlr, ad shouting ol angn Honsronnn no personally could rr o and dependent up' eds this year and ln: re associates that li- herefore, be sellislr is editorial. group at lelt, plusr allow with myriads it r editor, a tremendav shared Linda's lobe. 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