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P N 1'l'..dE,... .-.--....., ll ' 70 Houstonion University of Houston Houston, Texas Volume 35 Judy Beust, editor?"Tim Fleck, managing editor, Karyn Callaway, Tom Curley, copy editors, Bruce Meyer, layout editor, Michael Callaway, Roy Hammond, photography editors. Campus experience, page 24, honors, 134, establishment, 150, seniors, 168, organizations, 238, index, 383. I ff f'-' D ' Xfh' : W . N 'W 'hw Q 1: .- 4, V 8.5. .1 Q. ' 1.1 E WI fs Qi. ,nl-' If i an .-E.' ' '25 'E fi Q 'nv f 1 U I ' A ,QL Q' sf. f Qin Q Q? Fi A 0 J i 4 , 71 -rf .19 , .,, .A tu ' ada . VIZ F 1 A., 933' , Y F u . .115 H4 f i Y -4,5543 P .,,' l ,JP any Q , ri, f -1 M 'W 42 - ,aww Hff ...gg W qw ,ly 1- 6'7" A A fi W , A. gl I , ,- ' uf' , K2 .,M,,,, .f ,V 7 em: Dawn... No people, just potential, possibility. Power resides in this University and in others across the world, power to affect and alter a globe overstocked with inequity and ignorance Dawn . . . ofa day, a year, a life. We reach for control ofthe institutions which mold us and our environment. We live in this place. It is our life. Morning . . Like childhood, often too short sometimes too long. The beginning, but also the beginning of the end. In clay's first light, goals must be set, routes chosen by us or by those who have been here before, those who tell us they know better. if ., K f' f . NJ if If .- I s x 54 mfr, 1 'Q at I QU K . '. 'klfjgifl-' Lf ' gp as V. - - 3 so -sg iw aah 3: The stagnant, hot reality of clay seems far away from The windy coolness of morning. We must look while we can, and choose while the choices are ours. "I will Take my life into my hands and I will use if -2 -l b fa, yv. Q 14. , . A 1 5' 'btw 'inning 8 Midday . . . personalities clash, confront, enmesh and entangle. Resolutions and experiences of morning fade Directions and goals are often lost in a collision between interests and idealism Scramble for a lunch table, run to make a class, strive to score your points. The jungle often blinds what the light of day could reveal Universities, by necessity, must often reason in terms of cold cash Students and faculty, the life blood of the structure must continually revitalize it through pressure for change. nv' Ai , 2 ? 4 4 Q . , f f E Ma ' , - we L, w 9 f , 44 1 Z , .W ,, 41 g V' , 1 1 4 ,. .,,,, 1 M- ,,,L ii' f QB A 2 su M u :Q , Q v'4, H w W, mf, fy, " ' ' 4 I VN 3 . ,J ,W A f 1 ' , 'Z ffffuffiffi' wi ' 1 " , Q -a n 5 ug" MQ,- . ' P V' Z f E K Y u 5 .1 y 5 by f L Z ' Q 5 rw 1 V , , ,m y af 12 ' 1 an ' .Q N,,,,,, yfwww s fp l f We come to learn what older, more experienced minds can tell us. Yet, we also come seeking a knowledge of ourselves, and those around us . . . The path to human understanding is less obvious, less direct than the brick walkway leading to the library. Lessons of lite are more elusive when solely sought within the glue and cellulose binding of a book. S y-S lil Q XFX SSX 5 ' R 4 X wx . ,, . NSN :Qif 1xg'w:.:5 Q H . M ...Q as K A N is Q W: s If ,- mln x . -:v.: S b X x -Q we YQ! gx 1 ga Wok ' i k NN K Aw SQ F 454 ' ,M A wwf-iv 'vw' My gf' ka There are Two Types of learning infermingling here. One involves absorbing man's knowledge. The other concerns co-existence. vu' any 'rw as W I6 JW , 1 K ,, My Y xg U acgw 'TM AT W f ,a ying av' 7' 1.,.. 2 mis . f i'f7iQ 3 .wma 3 1 I o l 4 I . I Living with each other, with a rnan or woman, can be an experimental course. A course where passing or failing depends on achieving a degree of oneness in a relationship whether soon to pass or never to end. I vale.. ' A ,mf Qifif z - - W s v- zona -4 Q -mfgiq sci' T' 'Q 5 '- ,M W M... tug i ,v - 'Q-' J 'f 3'fi"uw -sL, , . g D baggy, 4-mn' , 9, A v I ,.,,.,.............- ...vls.m.. f My Z? e-1 IR! A w , M if 3 atv' gf iv! 1 3 1 'W Faces . . . like human nature, fleeting unpredictable, diverse, deceptive. The collection of features in one face can function as a mask, or a map of the emotions. They can hide or make painfully clear the mood of the mind. we 'H' '1 fre f 5 at P-UPG Faces are a medium of communication. They divide and bring Togeiher, unife and polarize. Like any medium, they can also send a message noi even The sender is fully aware of. gf! S. , fmwdx, M rs -'. X f','1'.""5. ,QI V ff1vQx"i-.qtgvv iii. Q, ix. K ,Y 5,9 +- iq. ,Q-, wx ga, K.- W ?X,2.i'31.,1 .L YJ HQ' -K A N,N wwQf ig. x X Qu. pzs. X a,,q,'i, 2 4 f 'Q Sei? .sdj? fQQ?1 , .5 ., no ,N wk. . J ,. 7 Q ik 35 'F41-gif' Q5 ,Mif- X, M Yi Q l YL, . wr . L""' 3 i we rslclnvig Us Us 9: la Oo no Qs aio as no o a at ,0 vi 'mn' ,,.. .' 3- r"' A7 f i' 0 ' A I Q! gk vsxx, F an 'X ,l,- S? ,Q 0 fl!! "1 I' 4-,z V We are many minds at one university, and the university is what each of us want from it. However, it is sometimes something we don't want. When trees are destroyed which planning could have saved. When administrators act as though the university exists to rule rather than to teach. When students keep othersfrom class in the name of "peace," or assault and curse classmates in the name of "patriotism." Then the constructor ot futures becomes the destroyer of ideals, when it could be the hope ot tomorrow damning the ignorance of today. v 'f W 19,-gr WP' W' M 'AW kms., , N ,... N ,, fnzmw, 4 1' Q is 'Z ,J " V wafiviiia-, TIA N' MP5 2-f f W .M .LN-,. ,Q fr 4 .5 : ,92?1QQi',4 45 , Wf lf 5.53. .Q zf. if J . J 'TV W-Ml, 'z ' 1. my 343935-qw sf 4154- .41 fi" ,EA ff, in ' ., , ,M , ,w A in ,,. , 355' L y, ,., - . Q is , ,if M ll Q I lxfifyf JR Mfkllffy' ,SAV ll0MoJr,,,mJ Xe QW? UNM, fm! AvLruQ.:AQ 'given , N Q Sv' '91 T I ABOVE: Students protest the war in Vietnam and discrimi- nation against homosexuals at home. RIGHT: Somber-spirited com- munity youth, including UH students, try to end the draft by demonstrating at Selective Service headquarters. gi .Ma-,. 1, f, X x Some students reoch out to orphons others ottempt to K O drott In their own woys oll express concern with world outside compus .pf ntt.. ' if? ' es.-MJ 'X A ABOVE: APO and Gamma Sig- ma Sigma try to make Christ- mas 197O something worth re- membering for Houston or- phans. Whether they are in the streets protesting "Nixon's War" or in the U.C. enter- taining deprived children, many UH students express a sincere concern with the community around them, While the "pro- testors" and the Nstraigtt k'ds" may snicker at each other's ef- forts, both types of activitfes reflect a recognition of inequi- ties in American society. RIGHT: Faces and symbols of protest mark the campus. The badge of law 'n order, the black armband of mourning, the orange balloon ol hope represent student views of what is right and wrong with Amer- ica. FAR RlGHT: The year was a trying one for administrators, as reflected in the strained face of Bill Yardley, vice president of Student Life, as he tries to pacify tense crowd. Facing touchy decisions ranging from tree removal to flag lowering, the policy makers of UH des- perately moved to quell student unrest, 27 Chun..- - ww, -Q 51 '35 APCQ M, Awx L , F xl 'fir f?if'4iQ , gpqg f 1339 Nw i , 1 1 12,ggf f:i4 gi i'if'.w4"f"iLiN .1f ?2??s1.Lgi, ltariiuana moves toward detacto icceptance among students. Drug laws make smoking not a hazardous habit. As attitudes on the use of marijuana become somewhat freer and tales of its pleasure spread, pot becomes the pas- time of a growing number of students. Users live under the shadow of harsh Texas drug laws, which make first-offense possession of grass a felony. Despite the rush that is college life, stoned students find time to take a puff and contemplate a more relaxed universe. asf M iff fl JH Greeks socialize, serve selves ivhile trying to make system more relevant n changing times. March of Dimes, other proiects orovide members with chance to serve community Proximity to campus, security of organized life, written university regulations, draw dorm dwellers. Apartment-based students are attracted by inexpensive living costs, plus greater degree of freedom, privacy. i if '-'Q Q . :Li 'X 0 1' W .JN g vi .x Nl vs., e 152.9 '-J -,'n ' , J, -Q fx 1. me sf A' 1 'N ,gli L iw 1 Wage L 4115 w " Q x ' " , . m s . . 4 i it -. 8 Q 'L' JY. . 'F T 1 fm 1 31 ' xlliiii vw I H 4 . My X, 4' W v xx' J, . A .,, i ttf? E .L .uv , fu- Q, ,Q ,X J. ,f ,'5,- K 5 s- g i Jlxg Q4 , ik, . I 1' " Q. fu .L N if ..eei i.i1im'f?ii2i ,1.c?'+.fN 5.-.. .fi ax x 'A f, .af ! lv!! wwf" I,f.,..4 ,ff ,-'f El. ABOVE: Ditto Davis gets high on a Cullen Field apartment roof during one of the day's lighter moments. LEFT: Mark Cavner sacks out in dorm room, accompanied by females, paper and imaginary. UPPER LEFT: Window sign in segre- gated dorm invites more mean- ingful communication. OPPO- SITE PAGE, MIDDLE: Sherriane Shirey hangs clothes, one of the less inviting aspects of apartment life. EXTREME LEFT: Audrie McVea takes a broom to her room and fries to make order out of dorm chaos. '1..avf32.p- Two of the more imposing structures on campus opened for business in 69-70, RIGHT: The Big E-Hofhienz Pavilion pro- vided the UH basketball team with a home court and music fans with an on-campus concert location. ABOVE:IThe Bates Col- lege of Law was completed in the fall and drew raves from national delegates attending the October "Law and Poverty" con- ference. Povilion opens doors To coge fons, music freaks. Boles College, Talented foculry provide nucleus of growing UH low school. Resentment over naming of gym leaves visible marks on campus. Senate, Daily Cougar dub pavilion - "Big E Fieldhouse." I .A Following the Board of Regents' decision to name the new UH fieldhouse "Hofheinz Pavilion," student artists raided the cam- pus. Judge Roy Hofheinz do- nated Sl.5 million to the uni- versity athletic fund. ABOVE: Student desire to see the struc- ture named after basketball hero Elvin Hayes is expressed on a wall of the unfinished fieldhouse. FAR RIGHT: An un- likely structure is dedicated to the Judge. RIGHT: Remember "E" after the record-setting UCLA game which made UH number one in the nation. S gx mb' Q J, D09 Q """"'-v- MA 5 wf,,L f .--,,,.. . ,,.,, ,,,.. K M... ,,,. ,,,, ,. ,,.. ,,... t, 'W it ,Wwe W ,A fr I gi-i . W,,, K ln a flurry of legal and political activity this autumn, the UH Student Court upheld the chal- lenge of John Sayer, law stu- dent, that the 7968-69 traffic regulations were invalid because they were incorrectly promul- gated by the university. Senior Vice-president C, F. McElhenny said that the regulations were outside the jurisdiction of the Student Court. After hearing new evidence presented by the administration, the court re- versed its previous decision and ruled the traffic policies valid. This controversy reflected student discontent over Traffic and Security policies. RIGHT: The growing parking areas in- troduce a new obstacle into campus survival-locating lost cars. Parking meters, tickets, and roving cops are not among the brighter recollections of cam' pus experience. New traffic regulations confuse students, create legal snarls. Crowded lots continue to frustrate campus motorists. A 1. .4 .. 1 ' x' .f 1 TOP: Senator Gary Askins makes a penetrating point as other senators listen with vary- ing degrees of' interest, RIGHT: The sparsely attended Student Senate meets on a rainy eve- ning and discusses its lack of power. + , i , i 1 JZ g 3 ia, , tial ,, 'S 1 i T git? ii 2 new 121: 3,1 Ziil ii Y Q bfi MNH, xt 'S OW f ui' Z rr , :QE 9 I 3 F F F F , ya S i , , . fi 5? 5 T l i 1 4 A 1 AIC! :1-S5 gg' 1 an xv' "' KW' Student Government . SA's lack of power undermines claim of relevance. Senate votes to abolish itself, finds it can't. TOP: Senator Tom Curley de- fends re-apportionment proposal submitted by Jim Saunders. Much of the Senate's energy was spent on infernal reshuf- fling. ABOVE: Two presidents, one old, one youngp one pow- erful, one powerless, talk about student "influence" at UH dur- ing the President's Forum. LEFT: One of the more tangible products of the student-gow ernment sponsored Experimental College was publication of the censor-free Cabbage. Sports pit students against themselves, nature in human struggle. Spectators 'N s + if identify, empathise with adopted teams. 42 L 1 s his ...ala-w Ain X f ff' H. lm 'zfff v 'WM-s" ' 'LV Academic Threads connect overall fabric of campus life. Class in the grass, lunar research reflect 'two shades of university scene. 3 ,-WN: Academics at UH reflect vary- ing images of diverse disci- plines. LEFT: On an administra- tive level it can be Conrad Hil- ton donating Sl million plus for the construction of a new building to house the College of Hotel and Restaurant Man- agement. FAR LEFT: In the realm of Hhard sciences" man's first touchdown on the moon provides the Physics Department with an opportunity to analyze lunar material. To a lucky few students, academics can mean classes on sun-dappled lawns or concentration on rewarding artistic and literary projects. Foll Freshmen get rude introductions to moss confusion meot grinder of orientation-registrotion. FAR UPPER RIGHT: A slteaf of computer cards epitomizes the impersonality of registration. FAR RIGHT: An impatient coed faces fee writers in the crowded Ezekiel Cullen Build- ing. UPPER RIGHT: Boredom and bewilderment blow the minds of fatigued freshmen as they ponder their place in UH's p l a s t i c palace-orientation. RIGHT: Students seek relief from heat and humidity, wait- ing in one of the campus' few remaining grassy areas. MHAQQ V ZS h xx is is Q up 'P Q! 5. L33 .x G 'iz . Q ,ig Q .QQ L.... , 3. Q .if X I im. W .. W, is , Q if df B -X , fif .K.,. K f Q Q . , 1. .. ii .. 3 is . H ig . .. ,fi 5 1,,VV I Q Is H Q . Q li f ff 28 A 9 S 4 I 'A 2 The turning point of registra- tion-the card-pulling process. BELOW: Coed tries to mentally readiust her schedule after en- countering a closed section. -9, . , ' rf f M? ' ' f , ,,,, 1,ff5,ff, 14 Vfrliiwif fl 48 RIGHT: Smiles like Sue if Joe's become rare commodi as the week wears on. S i Z 1, 1 15, ks 1 I . 7 ' x ', tr - 1 Q. , Q... ' SQ . L 3 t ABOVE: Eugene Cambrice uses a nearby wall to fill out his fee slip. By the end of registra- tion students' patience and sense of humor tend to become strained. ment: Both student and registration worker appear near the end of their ropes. Registrotion, despite computerizotion ond modernizotion, still hos mony of the bottlenecks. Successful plonning often depends on who gets there first. s I .U W, . an X. ees ff 'Q i ...T .X . is is Tv w T R 2 . Q is . N., .l is T' ' s is.. -. We 3 A T 'S' 1 nw oi- K .1 Bx- ' , :.' A .K F T ' .. H -T, ... VAAWAi g:xl A..1 A Q A .V is A ig A ,, A a as .. s a .. - V ffl , N .A A-S , as A A Q x V x yu 3 1 Q s. mA gi K ', , 3 A AL . . ,A x,,i,,... A Q V wx M., 1 V. .ti Tv if R s sss R s Q S J. i i . QM r T h .as A- Q R lf' . F Qf gilx X I A I' 'F . . 1. as rs. 1 :-si s .AV A , . .. . an 4, A., 5 . f 4 .. ln.: sf' .' KX 1. . NSN . 'il' . -Q l -syn, , ,. . y ' 5 W sf W , X ,. . , 1. l .. yi "'4Nu p ws. A gi ,sk 4 ' .4 J. ' . -', X- . . fx. ff "" K swiss' si S , if 5 fy ' sa V as R Q. R .. 1 T' + we . R T R' Q , A - is v Vue, . to ah ,sfvgggk 3 I A..,.. N L ,L . ,1 'fs ix 'fi 50 ABOVE: Roben Newhouse fries unsuccessfully ro break away from lhree Florida defenders. RIGHT: A worried Bill Yeoman consults super-star Elmo Wrighf. The "Little E" took Florida by surprise when he caught six passes for T27 yards. FAR RIGHT: Willie Roberls makes a valiant arlernpr lo force his way through stubborn OSU defen- sive backs. Roberls later caughi a 47-yard Rusty Clark bomb. if A , v"F"" ' . s 'ff :j?,-, Y, . , ' V, ' sf . 1' . . K "iw -"nm 151 it iff as IN., ,P T5 J if ' ' as if y .T .aa... 5 as fnw as Coogs' firsf-gome offense unsfeody, defense weok, Boiley 'ries school record with five Touchdown losses, but Florido upsets UH 59 To 34 . . . OSU picks off five Cougor posses ond we lose ogoin, 24-l8. Cooches cuss, 'reomwork Triples. Sfoge is sef for o remorkoble seoson by on unfesfed sophomore quorferbock. It hfy. IVAAA.. is v 3 f + qs i- 5, , 43 wf A ,Q if fi Q V . 'S' sz "'k QR: I Q ' if Q. ps E31 if AHL f-'Q W L H H 1 5 . x Y 3' if Q f if 6 H, W an In .S 5 UR 'S wr v is W K WS., A K, ei ,rg ' 5 ,Aw , "' 'G '53 ' .4 'WQQ iw ilfigiii 1' Am Q 'K ff fw iff? -ffl if F ,Hg 2 '2lfVf'5Q N ? W L is ff ""' i . if jl l wif, "- . Q, W 3' fl N A, K I r A F f , f . ' ,. 5 J A, u, ..egw. 1 4' 4' W MW .Qpfxg C7 Fall Moratorium draws students to dialogue and debate. Beneath the festive atmosphere of a crowded UC lies the knowledge that irrational slaughter continues in Southeast Asia. ,il E AE LK 1-NQLt if . FAR LEFT: Nan y Robertson sur- Y D 'ly C Q ' 9 I'l'l f 1' T d M I h Id dO b St d 1 b d h f I V d d by b y 1 g I f d y LEFT A t d I 1 V serv d ol by R lg Ce Sr ff UPPER LEFT S ciol gy p f J k D t dir d p CI con f I1 ABOVE Th I evi y f M I d by f dly f b f 55 'Yardage 17.35 W 5 . ,.,, j, .' 57" t 56 .GM Gary Mullins breaks in as quarterback, offense piles up 736 yards. "Mo" gets three touchdowns, l08 yards. Coogs demolish MSU attack setting two school defensive records and UH triumphs in first home game 74-0. ABOVE: Richard Harrington H62 and teammates halt the advance ofa determ ed Bull- dog runner The Mad Dogs held Mississ pp State to a record mn s 20 yads ush g and a total reco dsett ng offensive ga of 74 yards ABOVE RIGHT Robert Newhouse is stopped for a short ga n New house had his greatest ght as a Cougar fullback carrying the ball 23 times for 245 yards and two touchdo ns RIGHT Elmo Wright clelghts Cougar fans with his famous dance as he scores one of his more spectacular TDs as . is .Q ' 4 4 .s,,,,,c ,ssv ,rw K... -2? K '31 Q Q 1 Nxirfw- . Q 'E ., ' f , .-I s B x 4 . 1, 1 t. .... w ' " ' f ' f ,, , . , 1 'izir - "1 r- 1 la' -mf' ,.X..N.......-a-.M L. xl A A -,f.-5 ,frfi-':ggif,i:3,fgq4.kflwwmgmaww NW' L...-...q6.g,g,.,,i,,,,,,,ew,4 W . . -b , K, - - ., 24, - ., V , , x A . V .W ,-.ww kurt-V k .M , 3 'Twin' 5-.gre f' ,jwq 3 - x f .- 4, Q "1 :,g,, ., 1 'N , V3.5 -Al ' --I f -1. '- fifvff..-5:A1fwTff5 P . ' nf. Q,Qgwg,-12, A-'fx Y- ' if5.,,. I f 3- " uf if , fi 15, 2' ,X . 1 :ky fi 1 ' diff v 9 -Wm, H 1, M ' I 14" I Mullins scores l8 points on Three runs, Strong has fantastic night, picking up 230 yards on 22 carries as Arizona succumbs to Cougar Power, ,34-l7. vim' LEFT: Shasta casts the evil eye l on Arizona's fateful Wildcats. O k h I 2 ll S f d K I cl d ff I ll d h I d ll kd f d h Homecoming '69 - on old form with o few new wrinkles. Coed wins queen by o whisker over mustocioed mole rivol. i 60 ABOVE: UH coeds wave as they float through downtown Hous- ton in UH's first Homecoming Parade in 'IO years. RIGHT: Flames lick at the last supports of the Thursday night Bonfire, constructed by Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity. The bonfire, largest in UH history, was touched off by torches thrown by marchers from the torchlight parade, FAR RIGHT. I ' I . u 0,2 ' ,xv ' BO ' ,Ji 0 U 480 WMfxm,-,,ugm',fHSM, WU' K, ,, 1 yd M1 w I-wa:-eigiggff 323 Q far' 6 in 4 63 'ffcfxf Q .15 ,Q 4 if s ai 4e,ffQf' fi .W Y Y , Ynvvr Y ,,-T,M.., , L if we if in M, K 'M S, 1 , , Q 52 - 5 .,, A, . ,,,, , A 5 W, i af 5 If 1 fi'-:V i Qi "M ' .'Xl14'v w dw Q 'mv W J. W ,X ,, MH ' ffifwifq vgf'1+ 3: ' ' 'ff-QPWS, W uagdwyvff W , nigga 2 M ' ,wk ' wms, W- V -w.'A-rw A my., :L V , ' 1 x W 5 1 4 l 'Aff K ,. 'N V4-Q-Qnwmss-,1 in 5 f 3' M P? i .1 ,Q 1 L A517 V . Vw. ww W 'M vm 0 RE H bib vawxfj, ' ww , ' 4933 ,F E Q 4 Wh f WHA.-:E W . ff .,,,.,,, .-u,., , 'jf' , ft an . M : ' 1 gf? J 5 N Y- ei H i -33 i 4 ' " 1 1 23145. ,fglagig 1 1611565 Cougars thump Ole Miss 25-It making fifth straight Homecoming game conquest. Strong picks up 219 yards to Mississippi's 220. Mad Dog defense humiliates famed Rebel quarterback. Arthur C. Clarke and the "200l" riddle Curtis Graves and his quest for mayor Johnny Nash and his now sounds attract, entertain and stimulate students ABOVE: Arthur C. Clarke, '200l a thor fields stu ents' qu d d b Illl fh d h f I G k d h I G I h h f HHECXS' BTUIQW! S Wiib- OCT 3 DOM Ll P15 cs Boptist Student Union sponsors return to childhood in milk ond mud-splottered Wocky Reloys. Botes ond Low girls teor up the gridiron in third onnuol Beouty Bowl '51 'i 16" l i ,gef- TOP: Wacky Relays contestant Terri Hepler babys her bottle through the milk-drinking match. ABOVE: Eleven young cavaliers rush to mcunt their mighty steeds for the tricycle race. Competition also included a mud race, strawberry pie eat- ing and wheelbarrow race. First places were captured by Sigma Nu and Chi Omega. LEFT: Law quarterback attempts to rally her team against the mighty Bates Bods. Final score was 20-7, Bates favor. 1 we GSX f - Q L Cougars blow by Miami on final play of game after fumbling away TD chance on Hurricane goal line. LasT ditch pass propels UH To fourrh straight victory. ' My i , ' 'av 1- ' J ' ,. f w FAR LEFT: Glen LEWIS l54l makes a futile aflompl to block a Miami punt as L. D. Powder: T421 waits ro block on the return. The Mad Dogs were occupied all afternoon vying 70 slop an explosive Miami ol- lense, ABOVE Earl Thomas snags a long pass, good for 42 yards. LEFT: Rowdon, Joey Baker and reammares sfop a charging Miami lmllback. BE- LOW LEFT- Ouarrcrlmclc Gary Mullins reacts ro lic lwcdic pres- SULG CTTCOUITTETIPCI ll7 TLTC ECITTC' from-behind win. Mullins guided fluff ollcnsc vo a narrow 35-36 victory in the hardest fouglar game of flue year. 5 69 we I K W .sf if UH runners wreck Tulsa Homecoming. Coogs thwart Hurricane revenge try, 47-lil. , North Carolina State Wolfpack collapses as UH romps, 34-l3. in es. e x X . in 45 s 5.3 L8 x b K QL' Q, Qciefi ff, OPPOSITE PAGE: Jim Strong is stopped in his tracks by three Tulsa linemen. Strong scooted for 777 of UH's 527 yards total offense. ABOVE: UH linemen plunge forward as the ball is snapped. North Carolina State offense sputtered as the UH defense made one of its better showings of the year. LEFT: Elmo Wright does if the hard way. The following week Wright and teammates accepted a bid to the Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl for New Year's Eve. ax LF Q U QEmg4r X '7 5 I X s 5 5 i .A-0" -cc f FAR LEFT: Doug Bernhardt ad- dresses students at an anti-war rally in Hermann Park several weeks before the UC fight. LEFT: A crowd on the UC steps follows "Guerrilla Theater" script. ABOVE LEFT: SDS mem- bers lead over 200 students toward Student Life Building SDS, conservatives tangle in Center melee Bernhardt beaten banned from campus SDS had an active fall on the UH campus. In various rallies SDS protested U.S. involvement in Vietnam and the growing power of its military-industrial complex, specifically, the ap- pearance of Army and CIA re- cruiters at UH. LEFT: Non-student leader Doug Bernhardt is taken into protective custody after be- ing beat up in the UC by ieer- ing students. RIGHT: A week later, SDS members perform "Guerilla Theater" on the steps of the UC. Midway through the performance, when it appeared a riot was in the making, SDS was ordered to leave. From there the group proceeded to the Student Life Building and held a second rally. The "Gue- rilla Theater" and rally were aimed at CIA recruiters. 'S 3 16-'W af i A f 227' Ili X Q RN? as a., 'J 9. Qu y. ri" -0 1 ,Xl 1. ff at A W,',.B U... 'r Q Y ,,,,k.+, we A Q X R A-av I'F , 2 5' A f,:Q. ., mi W' fe? . , 4 I ABOVE: David Schneider flate tens a lineman as Robert New- house squirts through a hole in the Wyoming line. Team- mate Jim Strong pushed his rushing total over the 7000-yard mark by gaining 98. RIGHT: Elmo Wright latches onto one of seven passes for 262 yards and four touuhclowns. Elmo, a junior, rewrote UH records all season for career receptions, total net yards and TD's. FAR RIGHT: Glen Lewis C542 and two unidentified teammates clobber a Wyoming back as Charlie Hall 1851 moves in to assist. Against UH, the nation- ally second-ranked Wyoming defense gave up 575 yards. Z Wk,- ing,-Q k As 1. ,V .2 Jf es xi es ici G i G . , , ,. ,..w.,,mft. N 0-vu WI 51" "-X. 8 'iv x... M .qw .A X vi V w 1 Q 10' 'X fl 'WB K x ,- .X Nd is Vit 5 .J , x Gory Mullins whips four TD posses 'ro Elmo Wrighr os Cougors corrol Wyoming, 41-14. UH smoshes over, oround ond Through vounred Cowboy defense. Jim Strong ioins 'I000-yord cIub.' 42:8 id?-is as 5 EK. -5' Q 1'- 4 KN' Xe f oiii 75 .- ' a ef zffi 0 X , Georgia Legislator Julian Bond lashes Nixon policies with icy brilliance, Friends of Distinction swing with soul highlighting campus' first Black Emphasis Week. 4 1 I 1 I IF v, - sf' Q. N ,, ' I Iv . i ' gf ' 5 3 Y mf- ,Q N . E QQ fi V L 5195 I XJ E y gf RL i I 1 A t Coogs score 2l points against Seminoles in final quarter to insure eighth straight triumph. UH concludes an 8-2 season with 4l-l3 conquest of Florida State . . . disastrous Cougar beginning erased by bowl game bid. c y , Q 'Qi rxnggigsil Siifvigwdwx -558.1 J 4, X YW Ula. Q N X M. ",fXw -X arisen, tyasff LOVVEP LEFT: Frank Ditfa I59l and Ray Mullins apply the brakes on a flying Florida State flanker back. The Coog defense dropped Florida State quarter- back Bill Cappleman nine times for a total loss of 95 yards. LEFT: Gary Mullins becomes a victim of the FSU rush. The Seminole defense had a rougher time with Cougar back Jim Strong as he rolled up a 200- yard tally. BELOW: Elmo Wright leaps high in vain for an cver- thrown pass which was inter, ceptecl. The UH secondary was busy as right safety L. D. Row- den utilizes his eighth inter- ception of the year to score the final six regular season Cougar points. x 3 4 'Foust' sells his soul to the devil before sellout crowds in Attic Theoter. Ploy drows roves from critics ond students for simplicity ond emotionol impoct. FAR LEFT: Mephistopheles lRich- ard Duproel pleads with God. ABOVE and LEFT: The liendish devil seduces Faust lfviike Pit' ardl into selling his soul. Toy Kim, a non-student, portrays Gretchen, the object of Faust's romantic attentions and the vic- tim of the tragic ending. The play was presented in late No- vember at the Attic Theater. wa, W EM, 4, .-,, ' if M' gk Q M31 '!""w- .42 .Q ,m ,K fx, Q Students experience the seasonal contradiction between exhilarating holidays and the unpleasant rigors of preparing for final exams. sg, 5 fu. .- Christmas at UH came quietly with few festivities marking its approach A shimmerin fir and campus vided Y mas CC lw I days rn f UUVVCICIK our pn- Spring 3 n X Y? P X . f W I, A 3 x V5 ga Q., an 'M' '58 'Six gs Mfff, '25 L2 ew f N gp f Vg ,, xr 'i O 53 Z2 'fit AM Mazisek grabs Clark bomb for fourrh quarter TD as Coogs mash Auburn 37-6 in Bluebonner Bowl . . . Fighting Cars boast 845 plays for 423 points at season's end. 1 ABOVE LEFT: "Moon" Mullins L breaks through for the Coogs' I first fall ' h N Y ' Eve Blu b I BE LOW LE T Ch I H ll d mined b d A burn QB S ll ABOVE Triumph H d C h Bll Yeoma d f h f Id by exh b C g UH celebra h cl f h year b h b I game N114 3 Coogs whirl into a winning season in The new Pavilion. Ollie Taylor begins a 733-point year, leading The Cougars To The NCAA playoffs and a 25-5 record. A r 2 ' 72 AJ in-A W, .,,,,,.,'n-c. f,.,,,M.,WMMi , e ' su,- - ,rum vs-, as---7-. C FAR LEFT: Ollie Taylor i222 flies high to score two of his T9 points as Dwight Davis man- handles an unfortunate guard. UH clipped Kent State by eight points in the final game of the Bluebonnet Classic, ABOVE LEFT: Poo Welch f241, Melvin Bell T542 and Ollie Taylor await the rebound as ace post man Dwight Davis deflects a shot, CENTER LEFT: Ollie Srlatches the ball from a Southwestern Lou- isiana player, propelling the Cougars toward a T7-point vic- tory. ABOVE: Jeff Hickman, a proficient outside shooter, stalls, looking for an opening in the Kent State defense. BELOW: Davis, Taylor, and a beaming Coach Guy Lewis watch the ceremonies proclaiming UH win- ner of the Bluebonnet Classic. e Crosby, Stills, Nosh ond Young sing, strum, drum to pocked povilion. The sensuous vocols of 'Brozill '66' cost Iotinspell. .4 1,'fa3i'!3iHQ 'Wm un i I is ":73ff V' Qgigff G 'Q "J w 'f., Coeds show skin in Miss Houstonian beauty pageant International Week features forums and foreign exhibitions. 4-ea IJ The annual MISS Houstonian contest turned to skin appeal in l97O with the addition cl a bathing suit segment to the competition, One rfxsult was a visible improvement in attend- ance. BELOW: Louis Etta Finncy fields a question from emcee Phillip Clark, KTRH Clisr iockfey. BELOW LEFT: Kathy Lawless brightens the bathing suit com' petition, International Week, which ran February 22 thrfugh 28, featured displays of nultural prcclufts from various countries. FAR LOWER LEFT AND LEFT: Gopi Krishna dancer and karate fighters demonstrate differing traditions ct' lnclia and Japan Xt f, if In Cougars realize Calitornia dream by walking over Santa Clara, Southern Cal and Cal State in successive contests. LEFT: Guard Sonny Willis cone trols the ball during the wanirg minutes of the see-saw C lifor- rti State fill in Holltei Pavil- Th C g l ft th court th p T f y. ABOVE O d UH' f r r f fl! d rh b k r I g S rl C If d 1 th eofthelr- E pd dhorg S if s 4 : 1. esgfseenslilf' Q X K ,gs 0 L - t C, -E'. A' is . wb-h - , f , Xi , f ig fi 3' lik 'f-fig? 5 LEFT: Forward Dwight Davis stretches high to intercept the arc of a Santa Clara shot. A surging effort in the second half carried UH to a 91-76 vic- tory. ABOVE: Sophomore Poo Welch scores two of his 20 points against West Texas State. West Texas fell 96-80 before the Cougars. Welch, in his first year out of Tyler Junior College, scored over 400 points. K gf. 5 .W-rf X X Vx X Eerie staging highlighted the two-hour production of "Exit the King," an elaborate death rife dealing with a fading mon- arch, ABOVE: Peter Webster, as King Beringer I, cowers behind guard Bob Ritmiller. RIGHT: Holly McCarver plays a caustic queen Margarite to Mary Ann Hebink's unconsolable Queen Maria. ABOVE RIGHT: A full stage shot outlines the spider- Iike South Coast inflatable, which symbolically collapsed at the end of each performance. 'sf-I P fi in.,-sf nd Surreolisiic sioging ond props provide imposing bockdrops for The 'role of o doomed king Honeys make halfime bearable. Davis, Welch and Taylor lead UH Toward NCAA playoffs by roaring Tough ST. Mary's. Taylor receives Three All-American honorable mentions. r I, 'S' xfjg . .rx l Il an " 'ill .L hh 4 ., y . W Rd. . J is LEFT: Dwight Davis thwarts a Hardin-Simmons scoring drive. The 6'7" forward blocked in- numerable shots during the sea- son and cleared the boards 288 times for an average of 10.3 rebounds per game. Davis was second ro Ollie Taylor in incli- vidual rebounds. Ollie pulled down 344 for an 71.5 season average. BELOW: Poo Welch shows his distinctive style as he drives for a field goal against St. Mary's. ' 'TZSHI f, f ' lrl. T rl,, T ., ,f c aww' 'Lexi Southwestern Louisiana Texas lArlingtonl Centenary Nebraska Kent State Loyola CCaliforniaJ Santa Clara Southern California Cal State Santa Clara California CSanta Barbaral Hawaii West Texas State St. Mary's Seattle Montana State Utah State St. Mary's Creighton Hardin Simmons Miami CFloriclaJ Loyola CLouisianal Centenary Texas CArlingtonJ South Alabama West Texas State Creighton Dayton Drake Kansas State OPPONENT 72 70 64 82 66 9'l 76 73 69 85 85 84 83 76 88 69 9l 77 77 91 98 80 72 84 90 80 58 64 92 l07 at at saL t t a L ' 1 . ' , LN awww-we Coogs 'rrip Dayton in regionals Drake shatters UH championship hopes .by blunting a Tenacious last minute Cougar surge. wg, ati LEFT: Dwight Davis soars above the basket to block a Dayton shot during the NCAA regionals in Fort Worth. Davis and Ollie Taylor provided the inside de- fensive power as UH rnuscled past Dayton 71-64. FAR LEFT: Tom Gribben slams into a Day- ton player as the UH guard drives the baseline for a shot. RIGHT: Guard Sonny Willis de- cides in mid-air to pass the ball against Drake in the NCAA semi-finals at Lawrence, Kan- sas. Cougar hopes for a national championship were upended by Drake, 92-87, Kansas State wal- loped UH in the consolation game, 707-98. ,Y .IA AWA I Aff The Architecture circus, a com- bination of food, fun and freaks, demonstrated one tech- nique of bringing students to- gether. On a muddy afternoon in early February students piled into nets, gulped down chicken and communicated with each other. Archie students set up balloon-like inflatables and a hanging net which served as swing, trampoline, smokers lounge and vantage point from which to watch everyone else. , '55, ' " .Q -fysy we 4 A Q 6 F ' 'vfrxig t 'J av ' ik I 5,1 , 'fs' X 9' 1 f 'W- N. 77 kwa., FW. do 'if ,V A2555 -4-9 -ff' 9' Wf fl? ' ga A W 9, sg n .ty '.,,A t 'gf' 1953? 92:5 v Archie circus draws students of all persuasions to frolic and free food. Mud, rain and cold fail to dampen the carnival atmosphere. ff , s f Jones - Umoft coast to easy victory in SA election. Cheerleader campaign overwhelms campus with spirit, trash. qw, II! I02 ft V! . 5 6 ... 4. W far-V. .WN UPPER LEFT: SA Candidate Olga Rodriguez articulates Young So- cialist Alliance position support- ing free college education. FAR LOWER LEFT: Steve Umoff, left and Dave Jones, third from left discuss election maneuvers. The strategy was apparently suc- cessful as the dynamic duo 3 -. trounced the Young Socialist ticket of Rodriguez-Ed Stu- art and the "no promises" pair of Marvin Brown-Paul Berkowitz. LEFT: Orell Fitzsim- mons casts one of only 2490 total votes counted in the lack- luster election. LEFT AND BELOW: Students wade through a campus deluged by cheerleader election material. BOTTOM: Cindy Far- mer seeks votes in her suc- cessful quest for the position of female Cougar. Winners of the May 5th balloting were Randy Lazarine, Jim Garth, Be- linda Gongora, Cindy McDon- ald, Steve Harrison, Patsy Clark, Pud Heath and Pam Jenkins. 1, an ,.. Q ,fikefpvake ,, -sf wi A 9 fl '-A ,..,.,?.fW 1 . - "M: N fi r -:fm r, ,. Q vga" fm, '5 I V i 5 ,.- fx, "i1'aKg3.., . m K 'W 1 , i I03 5 K 8 we xfAG uf? fx .er ' """: ,, 5 Y ydt. 0 V - 8. 4 ? Q :1'f4.f-:A 1 W... 'S nm o A11wwuw, P - .o ., 11 WI 10259 .'.. .1 A3 'M WP 'M Y 0. 'K ' W, 1 ' K . -q-plfgx 'ir s ' 'Vin all Q , If "'-Q. Rotary Connection, bocked by mind-dozzling colors Ei . N S1 i F Q . if ,W I ,Ag of the Dovid Lloyd Jones light show, on musicol trip toword Yeor 2000 . ff' at r w ?-i.. 0 i 4 ' f21:11Qg"" , to , ., ' IEP i x " 0 'Si I I I I , uk . rwffef Y . ' "' I ' ,R U 3 W to ag, ,, ii? G iii, a- 'H Q . 3 if i 0. "R'ft3? Q. rf. ' , It O IDR Speakers and performers provide campus with musical, intellectual stimuli. Festival offers feast for thought. !w5f.x1,.- ' W "HW ' fait? -. 5 L H 5 BELOW: The Ghetto Sounds work out during UH Black Cul- ture Day. LEFT: Ed Beauchamp and David Handley confront each other in production of "Captain O'Donald," a futuristic play written by Handley. LOW- ER LEFT: Harrison Salisbury of the New York Times offers his views on the Russia ChinaUS power balance Both the appear ance of Salisbury and the stage production were part of the Honors Program University Fes- tival. FAR LEFT: Famed anthro- pologist Margaret Mead, whose controversial stand supporting the legalization of marijuana drew government criticism, ad- dresses prospective Honors Pro- gram students ABOVE: Tom Jenkins inspects lie before hitting out of rough. Jenkins' consistent play was reflected in rounds of 75-71- 72-73. ABOVE RIGHT: John Ma- haffey shows graceful form as he explodes ball out of trap and onto green. ABOVE FAR RIGHT: Corker Deloach splits fairway with drive as gallery admires the form and its re- sults. RIGHT: Coog and Steer foursome surround flag with pinpoint approach shots. Spring Sports . . . Cougar golfers edge Florida for four-ball titleg Steers overtake wilting UH in team match and medal play. -""f'Mf-fl fmw Z??:5f14 if , , W? 3 5 7 f ki 5 in v ,-.f -3' H -f f? Agn' xy ' wi .V X Y' Qfgzi fi 'I' ' ., 11, V- 2.4 525273 U fm z.!'g.f?g , ge ji. Mb ,B 1 ff- 1 .- fmzsqf W f' x 1 ,. ff, uh ' ' ek., K 1. .ff if ,F as ii- W, Students, faculty, legislators ponder problems of an increasingly polluted, overpopulated world. Earth works mobilize students for action against local industrialists who ravage environment. l',XllQlHl Th ve face Il l E h d mod f h ff G s d X RVN 1tll1V,12'1'yJ d d d if d is ' fl ' f h its it ov s s b h b d k if if ,Q ,Ax , an k Wi 33- 4. Baseball squad utilizes speed, pitching in early victory splurge. 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L .. ff d f d h I h .X Clerk, Schwartz, Spretz ' + but Coogs to i9-i7 year. A r Solid pitching stuff, seasoned infield return next year. i O ll d b fh Coogor neT'rers rock up I4-8 record . Armstrong-Merry outstanding in doubles. 1 5 ' A P F x gg! E 71 gg ' 1 LEFT: Chris Bovett, captain of the UH Tennis squad, rifles back shot. ABOVE: Bovert sets up backhand return during Coog'Aggie match. IIS X I gl! 4 ,fs L , 17 r if blocks heat up over rumored political murder. OPPOSITE PAGE: Bill Ryan burns the Vietcong flag in demonstration by Rational Youth Movement supporting govern- ment policy in Vietnam. Flag burning precipitated minor clash between RYM and anti-war students. ABOVE: Students stage mock burial of H. Rap Brown, black militant rumored slain while in custody in Mary- land. Over one hundred stu- dents marched solemnly behind the coffin as it was carried around the UC. The protest was given added meaning by the alleged murder of two blacks by Houston Police. LEFT: Mexican-American Youth Organi- zation members form picket line to ridicule government con- ference on the needs of Latins in the United States. MAYO charged that the conference was designed to whitewash Chicano problems and gain votes for Republicans. II7 X , 1 gf? ABOVE: Prominent Houston lawyer and UH graduate, Rich- ard "Racehorse" Haynes de- fends hussey Dell Fullen prose- cuted in mock abortion case. The trial capped April Law Day activities. UPPER RIGHT: Zeta Jennifer Nash treats Sigma Chi Tony Morolda to a fresh cream pie. Derby Day championship was won by Chi Omega. RIGHT: Tables are turned as Wolf gets chased by snatching sorority sisters. Ye K K w as " Greeks let off steam in prefinal i I Derby Day fling as caeds cream Sigma Chis. l "Race horse" sacks it to abortion statutes in Law Day climax. . - lffzffli lllll D .5i,..--,., .vi 3,2 Viscffxk' -1 K E Tw . f. X 1 . NX X K , tcec , N ff: fgjk we if fs 4,4 L 2., sf -..' ' ff, N .., Q 2. Q . " .gif s 1. , fu- may ' , ,H ,. 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BELOW: The protest is brought home as two pallbearers carry victim through center of power at UH, Ezekiel Cullen Building. Students ousted from park . . . administration asserts ultimate power via campus cops. 73 arrested protestors tour iail, released after school bosses drop charges. RIGHT: A highpoint of protest is reached as two demonstrators sit perched in the subject of the controversy. SECOND RIGHT: Officers of all ages and tem- peraments, similar only in uni- form, prepare for action against students, Each face seems to reflect the officer's understand- ing of the rightness or wrong- ness of what he's doing. BE- LOW: Students, arm-in-arm, await cops, who await orders -the orders came and the stu- dents went. BELOW RIGHT: Park controversy climaxes with campus cops ripping students away from trees and comrades. -L 1 '13-r. 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LEFT: Sterling Baker, assistant to top cop Larry Fultz, at- tempts to clear path for paddy- wagon headed for county jail. However, the UH administration proved to be a benevolent despot, dropping charges against the radicals when they agreed not to return to the site of their previous trans- gressions. BELOW: Integration in Texas hits a unique note as a white student is busted by a brother. FAR BELOW: The pre- ordained result of a clashAbe- tween student power and an entrenched establishment is dramatically shown as the mechanical spikes of a cater- pillar flatten a slim pine. 1 Hx x College privileges ond protections end for 2550 '70 groduotes. Commencement speoker odvises 'Leoders ot tomorrow' peoce together world ot todoy. if-vga. Q is '- , ,U .41 x'. - .' ,'J , , , '.i,.it.aQa- 04? ,F nf N ,t,"9.,-gi"-.f t .gl : ' M . 1 s-wtf-W an :Pwr are uf 1 4 S A 4 ' 'Q ' " Q u L ' N , 'VS ga li A , K . 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' ' fi . - , , t ,' -..s fr - 'H f r , . ap' A' -' 3 1 . .',,h -ll . -..l., - 1-' f 'r f ."'4..,- 2,415-4'...--, -' , . U , wi. J ,Af . ,M A . .4 A , .. A N . ,. .-, ,4 l K 4 J , 1 K 'tv '. X- X f V 5. - ' ' " ern: 'ss .. B 9 -'- wx . .1 . , . -fi".'f'w'i3-iff" Q'r1'3J'Z"l'E' gag , .F I + ., R, s - sf 1 5 ' 'C .. .u 0 W' s ws- 231. in " I ' e. ' I A 'Q X-W ' s .... A-' , ,yr 1 ' ... , , J - A., an, p n fa, sink! Q r I v Q , t -i at V 2 V eseet s e, ,V i , ,, :, x. ABOVE: Dr. W. D, McElroy, director of the National Foun- dation, views graduation pro- ceedings before delivering an address on today's ecological problems. LEFT: After enduring the gauntlet of BA, BS, Law or graduate programs of study, students persist through one more trying experience, two qv' and one-half hours of com- mencement. Engineering, educae tion, architecture and pharmacy conducted their own exercises where each undergraduate was presented with his degree. Only graduate degrees, law de- grees and awards were indi- vidually presented in the pa- vilion. 5 i L n n L 4 F L A . s I ,K i Sake M5 5 2' jf' I W ' ' 3 I 'Q g . Q . , wi QQ .,.,.,n2"" M914 U ,,w""'+ 1 nw-na ,Mm M. :L W , ff 4 o o Q Z . ,vmn f. f as gf. 3 . . 0 0 0 0 o '55, , 5 1 I iffy 'ff 0 Q 4 O F 4 I ' xy Y, , R Q 'X Th f his 5 Q i I M',,,..' 9 p 4 . . 0 , . Q 'U 1 x V Sai X, A . ff f Lif' --A n h-iiaj' Lg, P i l30 vu' Ng.,g,.QL 4-av vit' Status e Baxter, edxiur Vanity Fair fm Cindy Domsollu, Miss 5 S X , Y 1 1 can , 6- x "1 1 i 'L L ig , a V 'S , 1' .5 ,Q x I rr f ' I , " 1 ' Vigo' V x,,,,r . W .rd a 1' 4 tk I V- V 1 T1 -is-Q., 5 me .Q N 1 ' WW" 3' I " 'V 'N " 'K " 7 1 'ff' , WM 'Lf 'r' W r:??7'ff " K ' ' K J Milf! ..f41""'QTf,frrrff ww fe-f?5Qr'c N ,. 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A A ' ' 'fff1ff,ffff,f,',-. ,-fqgiia' ' "z l' K ' " ' 'fi f V Top Ten Students fi .3 I 5 Q 2 S 3 5 , I A 1' My Marvin leslie Brown Journalism Senior, Student Senator, Cougar Paw Edi tor, Daily Cougar Assistant, News Editor, Chief Copy Editor, Reporter, Columnist, Campus Christian Editor, Sigma Delta Chi Vice President, Young Democrats, Young Republicans, Committee on Better Race Rela- tions, Sound Off Director, Kappa Tau Alpha President, Dean's List. N Eq. .1 J Q as ' at s 'h .- I 9 1 S 5 was 4 5 aa' E 3' r si E 1 is if 3 3 2 5 4 Merry Lynn Westbrook Math Junior Delta Zeta President, Association Of Women Students Secretary Cougar Exposure Guide, Community Relations Committee Co-Chairman, Uni- versity Honors Program, Sparks President, Vice Presi- dent, Treasurer, Who's Who, Orientation Advisor, Mary Gibbs Jones Scholarship, Panhellenic Sorority Scholar, Delta Zeta Scholarship Award. e 'sol 'x-. We at A3 .. ,W Alono Cooke Gloss f Home Economics Education Senior, Student Senator UC Policy Board, Who's Who, Chi Omega President ROTC Sponsor, Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl, Sparks I Council of 21, American Home Economics Associa- tion, Phi Upsilon Omicron Secretar Ca and Gown Y' P , Kappa Delta Pi, Sorority Scholar, Panhellenic Scholar- ship Award, Dean's List. 1 . K 1 I Gqry Leslie French Economics graduate, Student Association Senator, Sen- ate Rules and Judiciary Committee Chairman, Student .Services Allocation Committee, Expanded Student Life Council, Beta Gamma Sigma President, Omicron Delta Epsilon Vice President, Alpha Phi Omega, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, Franklin Award, National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship. ,,c.,,,c ..........,.S I 9 I IOTTI ITIO English Senior, Student Association Vice President Student Senator, Rules and Judiciary Committee Chair man, UC Policy Board, Orientation Advisor, Space Al locations Committee, Commuter Campus Conference, Writer's Club, Phi Kappa Theta, Spade Tournament Winner, Italian Lab Instructor, Language Award for Excellence in Italian. - I its tssissa, I Et, ' Ann Schlonger English Teacher Education Senior, Student Traffic Court Justice Cap and Gown President, Sigma Delta Tau Recording Secretary Academic Honesty Policy Semi- nar Hearing Committee, Campus Issues Seminar, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, Spanish Club, Program Council, Who's Who, Delta Kappa Gam- ma Education Scholarship. 3 5 5 fs fi If fl I m 5 I Q tm.: V Zig A, ' igggzif i' 5 . are " Q n . Q " ffl? ' . . . ft ., L 5 . 1 . 0 ., 9 V ra 11 .. 4 t 5 9 ax Q 4 x ' A f 0 1 -. ' ls . tie its - r 3, 5 t be 3 " 55 , n Q 1' z as isis A not a' ig at 'A ' if :I '59 f we Y ff L s K 1 , .,-f S 2 . . , -, ivid Allon Jones ludy Marie Cox Sociology Senior Student Senator Student Involve. ment Chairman Houstonian Colleges Editor Alpha Chi Omega, Sparks, Orientation Advisor, Beta Lambda, Human Relations Council, Student Life Council, Cougar Exposure Guide, lieation Commissioner, UC Policy Board Secretary, Panhellenic Rush Book Editor, Dean's List, Who s Who. Political Science Senior Student Association President Student Senator Sigma Alpha Epsilon Executive Coun cil Committee on Better Race Relations, Student Ad visor-Counselor Settegast Dorm, Residence Hall Coun cil, Men's Dormitory Government, Orientation Ad visor, University Recreation Planning Committee, Uni versity lssues Conlerenre. - - ....., ... ,ffl W 1 i ,i f '--1'w-Q"W"'Mi as 4 3 if S it 5: 3 Don Samson Economics Graduate, Red and White President, Bald- win Dorm Council Secretary, Spirits Treasurer, Uni- versity Honors Program, Top Ten Cougar Sportstan, Varsity H, Varsity Tennis Letterman, Gmicron Delta Kappa Vice President, Omicron Delta Epsilon Vice President, Phi Kappa Phi, Who's Who, National Sci- ence Foundation Fellowship. ' if ef Mary Elizabeth Thibeaux Math Junior, Gamma Sigma Sigma President, Vice President, Recording Secretary, University Choir, Pro- gram Council, Sparks, Cougar Exposure Guide, Alpha Lambda Delta, Bessie Monroe Ebaugh Scholarship, American Association of Women University Scholar- ship, Gamma Sigma Sigma Scholarship Award, Dean's List, Lab Asfifv f si ,Lt-s. '18 e 4 sag ,J sz ,Q mm X A x v ,Rx DONNA ALLEY: Elementary Education Senior, Association for Childhood Education President, Orientation Ad visor, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Sparks. DAVID AMIDON: English Senior, Spirits President, Orientation Advisor, Pro- gram Council President, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, UC Policy Board Chairman. Who's Who In JOE BAX: History Junior, Phi Kappa BOBBY BROWNSTEIN: History Teacher Theta, Orientation Advisor, Spirits, IFC Education Senior, Election Commission U ' ' ' Representative, IFC Housing Com- Chairman, Spirits, Student Senator, on mittee, Orientation Steering Committee. Varsity Tennis Team, Program Council, wg . 0 l TERENCE CHENG: Electrical Engineer- Junior, Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Phi Kappa Phi, Cougar Guard, Senator, ISO, Orientation Advisor.. ing Nu, Stu. JOE CONE: Law Student, Young Re- publicans, Organization Board Pres- ident, Sigma Chi, Orientation Advisor, Spirits, Stu. Senator, Phi Alpha Delta. Education Senior, ROTC Sponsor, Debate JO ANN COPELAND: Elementary Team, Tau Beta Sigma, Cheerleader, if O., i Sparks, Stu, Senator, Program Council. ....1- gf.. JUDY GANEM COX: Sociology Junior, Student Senator, Student Life Council, Alpha Chi Omega, AWS, Sparks, Beta lanilucla, Jeffery House Chairman. ROBERT DARILEK: Math Senior, Phi Eta Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, University Honors Program, Freshman Basketball Team. Y -li DENNIS DELAFIELD: Psychology Senior, Student Association President, ROTC, Spirits, Public Relations Student So- ciety, Phi Kappa Theta President, -.sf B-,V 1 av Qi se 59 i 43.19 Q1 Q G i H Spirits Omicron Delta Kappa Red nomics Teacher Ed Senior Chi Omega Spirits President Residence Halls and White Chldr Top Ten Outstard Pres Cap and Gown Kappa Delta Council President University Housing ing Male Freshman, Varsity Baseball. Pi, Sparks, Stu, Senator, Beta Lambda. Committee, Student Association. T... T JAMES DISCH: HPE Graduate. Varsity 1 I ALANA cooks GLASS: Home Eco- y ' cHucK mcosusz Biology Junior, LESTER KEATON: Psychology Senior, IFC Representative, Student Senator, Alpha Phi Omega, Spirits, ROTC, Pro- gum Council, Alpha Iota Omega. CAROLYN KIRK: Elementary Education Junior, Gamma Sigma Sigma President, Alpha lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Sparks, Cap and Gown, Orient. Adv. "" r I' J 'I fi l BRUCE OWENS: Accounting Senior, Spirits, IFC Representative, Delta Sigma Phi, Alpha Delta Sigma, Marketing Club, Student Senator, Orient. Adv. ROBERT PLANCK: Institutional Manage- ment Junior, Alpha lota Omega Pres- ident, Spirits, Finance Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Program Council, ROTC. JOHANNA NAGLE: English Teacher Education Junior, Program Council, Delta Zeta, Sparks, AWS, Red and White, Panhellenic Scholarship Award GEORGE RANGEl.z Political Science Junior, Men's Government President, Baldwin Dorm Council, Stu. Senator, Phi Eta Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa. I ' 31 ,J DON SAMSON: Economics Senior, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Var- sity H, Baldwin Dorm Council, Spirits, Tennis Team, Honors Program. ELIZABETH SCHLANGER: English Teach- er Education Senior, Traffic Court, Program Council, Spanish Club, Sparks, Sigma Dr.-Ita Pi, Sigma Delta Tau. STEVE SCHOEDINGER: Civil Engineer- ing Senior, Varsity H, Red and White, Spirits, Men s Donn Government, Cheerleader, Chi Epsilon, Sigma Chi. 'Q' s -wc " S x if 5 RICHARD SNYDER: Physics Senior, UC Policy Board Chairman, ' Maguire Award, Intramural Billiard Champion, Delta Sigma Phi Best Pledge Award. PAT FITZGERALD TELTSCHIK: Business Education Junior, Alpha Chi Omega President, Student Senate Secretary, Sparks, AWS. Orientation Advisor. l ,fy Q MARY WEIGE: Speech Teacher Educa- tion Senior, Sparks, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta, Zeta Tau Alpha, Cap and Gown, Proqrarn Council, French Club. MERRY LYNN WESTBROOK: Math Jun- ior, Honors Program, Delta Zeta, Sparks, AWS, Cougar Exposure Guide, Orientation Adv., Student Ambassador. .fi S PAT STRVELLO: GPA Senior, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Sparks, Orientation Ad- visor, Program Council, Steering Com., Golf Hostess, Cougar Exposure Guide. E55 1 LB f' s .fc 5 -i. A 1 ANN TOFFT: Psychology Junior, Orien- tation Advisor, Student Senator, Uni- versity library Committee, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Steering Committee. Outstanding Senior Woman Judy Cox Outstanding Male Freshman Pud Heath Outstanding Female Freshman Surah Jo Colletti ,x 1 g ' gk ? L e 1 5 .54- .. , Establishment F' ww Q Travis C. Johnson Former Counfy Judge Firs+ year Regenf James H. Greer Shelfon W. Greer Co. Presidenf Firsf year Regenf S -ff e 1 James T. Duke Horseshoe "D" Ranch Owner Sevenfh year Regenr C. T. Parker Parker Brofhers and Co. Presidenf Fiffh year Regenf r A. J. Farfel 1 lndependenr lnvesfor 3 Sevenfh year Regenf J. A. Elkins, Jr. 1 Chairman of +he Board Firsf Cify Nafional Bank Sevenfh year Regenf Leonard Rauch Sfandard-Soufhern Corporaion Vice-Presidenf Firsf year Reqenf I54 .MK Q14 lm Mrs. Gus S. Worlham Civic Leader Sevenlh year Regenl Colonel William B. Bafes Fulbriglwl, Crocker, Freeman, and Jaworslci Advisory Chairman Sevenlln year Regeml Bafes I55 fl! :. I : k , . ,ki f if ! Q 3 M my 3 iff' E fl, M E 3 5 -. ' . " A ' f r . ' F fliifilsigi- T: -1 iff . 'f'.Q..lf?feakfv1A-1-:ff . .. "J" ., .f f ' S wr- :1 " :nf ir- 31.5 ' - A .. , K i K L :LJ ., A -'Sq gg, - ' A ' fg fi-f' f5'L 5 .Q -- : . X X., w ff Q 1 K liar- if 2i S Q K , ,Q if 'X 'A ll 'M M ' ' " 1 ' ----, if -1 '--' - V, : ..., . .-.. , -:JA gk' 7,5 ' U , NM g is...- s 3 45, wiv gt! 5 4 mg, 'I mm-SME' af? 'V Q! Dr. Philip G. Hoffman Universify Presideni' Ninfh year Charles F. McElhinney Senior Vice-Presidenf and Treasurer ,k""' Dr. Pafriclr Nicholson Vice-President Universify Developmenf Douglas G. Mac Lean Vice-Presidem' for Sfaff Services n X ww.. Mm, f-T122 X X 'Wm-v . Coulson Tough Emme'H' B. Fields Vlcefpresidemlr for Facilifies Vice-Presidemf, Dean of Facufies Plannlmg and Comslrrucfion ,f, 5. AQ fy Q, 4, is ii .Q Harry H. Fouke Dire-cfor ofA1hleHcs X i' William A. Yardley Vicelpresideml for Sfudenl Life --..-.q.....-..., ,..........1 Palricia B. Allen Roberf H. Milsfead Scholarship and Financial Aid Direclor Placemenf Cenfer Direcfor .45 'UfkfL.f7'J1f.LC- 51" f Dr. James R. Wl'1i+el'1ursi' Healffw Services Direcfryr 49' XF, Y, j ! 'UW' Bessie Ebaugh Dean of Women Barrie Wighf Assisfanf Dean of Sfudenfs William D. Scoff Umiversify Cemfer Diredor Chesfer A. Bra'Hon Asslsfanf De-an of Sfudenfs ? . K Joseph P. Schnifzen Counseling and Tesfinq D Edward G. Holley Unlversify Libraries' Direc James B. Whi+ehead Associafe Dean of Sfudenfs Jack D. Burke lnfernafional S+uden'r Services Direcfor l I70 Seniors Judy Cox, Nancy Gurvtherg editors 1 - Increased electives allow architects to study other disciplines in depth. Student committee, formed by Houston's mayor, proposes solutions to the city's urban growth problems. sonoensviue CENTER PHASE 1 """""""' PHASE 2 """""' still, "Bill . s ,. ...M .4 V ,rr ,rm . . ,.,,..,.,.s,,.,,.,, ,pr N iii .RA I A i 'M I .C i . . RE. li VV li Jil I sii...1 ARCHITECTURE FACULTY: H, Barnsfone, J. Pegram, R. Lilliorr, D. Barrhelme, C. Lively. SECOND ROW: J. Zemanek, H. Lrnnsfaedfer, J, Perry, B. Keel, R. Lindsey, J. Larcade E. Britton, D. Red, M. Anderson, W. Jenkins fading d 2 I l72 7- me-mv 'l 5 4 Et f"".?.'P"'1 A ' - 2 N, N .pf r Q f,,,,,.... s I A 2 Y .1 A LOWER LEFT: Acting Dean Wil- liam Jenkins, discussing the fu- ture of the College of Architec- ture, says "we must span the gap between curriculums and understand motivations of peo- ple in order to communicate." V""'Y 11 AFRA, Farouk BALLARD, Jack CASE, James R COLBERT, Roy ELLIS, Glenn GOZA, Robert HALL, Harold KRAMER, Billy LAWTON, Douglas MOHEBBl, Mohammad PERSCH, Thomas SOBEK, Gary TAM, Lauris Bottled-up students attack the foreign language requirement. More freedom in course selection is demanded Alfred Neumann, dean of the Colle e of Arts and S fences, To in- f h I f har we d h Il Art ART FACULTY: B. Lemmel, G. Shackelford, H. Lienau, W. Hola- day, W. Anzalone, R. Stout, W. Lodge, D, Hickman, R. Hufchens, R. Wyganv, P, Kropf P. Guenther Kchairmanj, H. Beckman, B. Horak. Ok L -gw Q Rh? 0 DAVIS, Mickey ELLIOT, Carolyn HARRIS, Ed HOEFER, Joseph ORSAK, Lawrence SCOTT, Mary Ruth FLOYD, Sharon TRISTAN, A. P. VELASQUEZ, Gilbert Biology I J BIOLOGY FACULTY: S. Venketeswaran, M. Harry, C. Cominsky, D, Mailman. SECOND ROW: R. Jones, A. Barlel, E. Goldschmidr, A. Kimble, E. Bryanr, A. Lawrence, H. Henney, R. Hazelwood. THIRD ROW: G. Aumarm fchairmanj, D. Jameson, R. Swallow, H. Freebairn, W. Clark. BECAN, Kathy BERGERON, Dems BOUDREAU, Ellen Q. BRYANT, Pai BOYD, David 5' ,,. Q. CHAMBERLAIN, Buford FOWLER, JoAnn rf eu- is GORDON, Murray HAVVKINS, Larry HODGE, Patrick HOGAN, Roland uv, HUSFELD, Richard JOHNSON, Ginger KELSO, John g f KING, Barry LANGDON, W. C. LEPS, Shirley LLOYD, Gerald LLOYD,'Marilyn 4, MARINO, Bernard MCCLENNY, Frank KD sb MORGAN, Charles PRENTICE, John RHODES, Belly fm' 2? ROBINSON, Anne '- SIMMONS, calvin " ' SPARKS, Rancla STERLING. Brenda Ybv STOWE, Linda STUEMPLER, Richard THUEM, William '- it VAN CLEAVE, Steve 'A' VAUGHN, Dennis if WARTHAN, Everett WHEAT, Thomas L I76 ew? l Qi' xx, BIOPHYSICAL SCIENCES FACULTY: H. Gray, A. Kimball, A. Barrel fchairmanl, J. Oro. Q s . 'W u Tom Byrd, Claudia McCombs, and Tina Okies examine plant life in a biology honors lab. Chemistry "Leaving the straight life be- hind" for a day, Professor M. Willcorr wears hip garb to Chemistry 331. Ag - CHEMISTRY FACULTY: R. Seymour, R. Marche, D. Kouri, A. Zlarkis, G. Meisels, J, Rosa, W. Parr. SECOND ROW G Drake R. Fuchs, W, Wentworth, H. Leibech. THIRD ROW: R, Becker, T. Hgeanangel, R. Willcor, C, Veillon, J. Bear W Wendlandf Ichairmanj. vw'-v -F ,M-Q we 156' SCHIAVONE, Pamela STACY, Thomas WALLACE, Da rvvIn BROWN, Robert CHOVV, Wai-Yan CLYBURN, Ronald D'ANTON, Erberf DIFFIN, PaTriCIa ELTING, Katherine FORBES, Stephanie GIBSON, Granvel GREGORY, Danny HERRINGTON, Ron JACKSON, Vwlliam JALUFKA, Royce MOUSA, John PEACOCK, Lawrence RITTER, Jack RODRIGUEZ, Jose Communications BABIC, Ronnie BAKER, Mike BOND, Ed N BROWN, Marvin CARMICHAEL, Jimmie COX, James CUNDIEFF, Jacqueline EUSAN, Lynn GARDNER, Larry GOMEZ, Antonio HANNSZ, Sherry HARP, James KACHELMEIER, Glenda LAWSON, Don LEVY, Paul MACLEOD, Don MAILLARD, Jamie MAISEL, John NOLTE, Linda PERRONI, Carolyn REAM, Micheal REECE, Will REID, Thomas ROACH, Karen ROBERSON, Margaref ROEHL, Steven SCOTT, Mary SEAWELL, Roberi SIMMS, Gary WARE, John WHITMAN, Marcus 'N P1 IW!! Uv .4f,7 OMMUNICATIONS FACULTY A Cochran W Hawes D Bergm P Welch Ichairmanj C Tirchener LEFT: Drama students ser the stage for ilweir first fall presen- Iafion, "Faust" DRAMA FAC- ULTY: P. Swayze, D. Egflsson, P, Marrhews, J. Rczan, STAND- ING: L. Watson, D. Larson, A. Collins, S. Berger lchairmanj, A. Andrus. l PQ-. C' '7'x English ABNER, Glenda ANDERSON, Ronald BARRON, Tabita BEERSTECHER, Carol BITTICK, Brenda ERENNAN, Adele CALLAWAY, Carol CARTER, Janet CHASE, Jan CLARK, June DANIEL, David DANSBY, Jonathan DIEUDONNE, Jean ERVIN, Donald GORE, Glenda GREEN, Thomas GUIDRY, Janice HALL, Margaret HANLEY, Sandra HERNANDEZ, Bobbi HERRON, Lawrence HOLIDAY, Mary HUNTER, Robert JENNINGS, Janice JOHNSON, Kallweryn LAUNEY, Suzanne LEITA, Joyce LOOPER, Saundra LOVE, Mildred LUNGREN, Ellen MAKRIS, Irene MARINELLI, Susan MATTYS, William McGlLLlCUDDY, Karen McWHIRTER, Billie MIDDAUGH, Patricia MUSE, Marilyn NAGLE, Johanna NICHOLS, Donna NORDT, Marion PARNELL, Linda PEARSQN, Kathryn PIASSOLI, Elaine REED, Mildred RENDON, Laura RICE, Jim RIFE, Darlene RHODES, Paul ROSS, Joann SCHLANGER, Betsy SCHMID, Raymond SCHULZ, Lynda SCOGGINS, William SHEETZ, Pamela Ta-v 3.3 SMITH, Rebecca STAFFA, Patsy STUBBLEFIELD, Beverly SUMMERLIN, Ingrid TOVAR, Inez WASHINGTON, Robbie ZIMMERLY, Martha Graffiti in The drama prop room reminds students rhaf The worst is yer 10 come. Q' sv n..- 1 fv- Y Q..-1 , N.. f K v Forelgn Languages Bill Jackson uses modern sound equipment vo eavesdrop on his language lab sfudenrs BECKMAN, Ursula BEPNEP, Lucy ,- BRITTON, Karen BROWN, Michael CHASE, Jan COLLINS, Cathleen COMPTON, Christine ERGENE, Mere FRIEDMAN, Paula GARCIA, MarIa LEWIS, Toni LUERA, Helen MITCHELL, .IOI1n PEPPER, Kaye QUINTANILLA, SUSIE SCHUESSLER, Charlene UPCHURCH, Susan ,Q-0-' GEOGRAPHY FACULTY: L, Fabel, M. Palmer, J. Hyer lchairmanl, C. Pieper. THOMPSON, George With hammers, chisels and curi- ous minds, geology students Search for unusual rocks on their off-campus field irip. Geography Geology DEMENT, Louis DRODDY, Marvin HARSHBARGER, Douglas ILFREY, William KIELER, Bruce TABER, Edward l85 History -gi UT if HISTORY FACULTY: K. Curry, J. Haddick, R. Younger, L. Kesfenberg, R. Robinson, R. Jackson, H. Packard. SECOND ROW: E. Miles, R. Johnson, C. Egan, S. Siegel, J. Tinsley fchairmanl, M, Morony, L. Swenson. THIRD ROW: A. Miller, G, Morgan, J. Poreer, J. King, R. Haynes, G. Goodwin. ANDERSON, Esther BAILEY, Tom A BARANOWSKI, William is. "' BAX, Jae 'pw '? BONNER, Robert BRAME, Gerald CANNON, Anneite DAGLEY, Terrie EAST, Jane FAUBION, Marcus FOSTER, Al FRANKLIN, Allen oreuvvvr, Emma R as HAGGARD, Carl HALBROOKS, William HEIM, Gary JONES, Judy JUROSKA, Chester KAUNOWSKY, Karen KRENECK, Thomas MAYALL, William MCALPIN, Jerry MEADOR, Devvayne RHINEHART, Marilyn SHIRA, Arden STEVENSON, Karen SUDA, William WILSON, Kathleen YEE, Sophia Q... .4 rj? C34 rn- 1, fo oy. au bf 1 s-4 4. Home Economics Ah i qv-v in 0. 5 "I" 5 ff' on - Z4 fi' BORGSTEDTE, Linda BUNDY, Sherrie BUSCHA, Peggy BUTLER, Marianne COGGIN, Maris CONNOR, Julianne COOKE, Alana COURTNEY, Jean COX, Carol DODSON, Sandra DORRIS, Carolyn DUDLEY, Norma Jean ELLIOTT, Patsy FOSTER, Peg GARLIN, Lila GRAETER, Nancy GREER, Becky HAAS, Catherine HARRISON, Sylvia HENDRIX, Carolyn HOBBS, Marie KEEL, Nancy KUNNECKE, Jacqueline LANE, Candace MANCUSO, Norma MYNAR, Janie NEELY, Marjorie PLANCK, Robert PETZOLD, JoAnn SCl'lMlDT, Ruth SELLS, Sharon SOTO, Gloria WlLLlAMS, Barbara WOFFORD, Joan WRIGHT, Dorothy HOME ECONOMICS FACULTY: E. Stafford, B. Gore, M, Williams. SECOND ROW: M. Smith, E. Man, D. Callicutt, THIRD ROW: B. Mitchell lchairmanj, S. Brinkley, E. Crouse, R. Barrett. To 'E W, s'N 'Q s. 46 t 1 1'- ,Xxx Nlcit ALLMAN, Donna AMATO, Micheal ANDRADE, Feliciano BAILEY, Carole BANKSTON, Diana BLESENER, Jeanette BLUNDEN, Nigel BOWDEN, Glenn COHEN, Martin COLE, Joseph CRINER, Jane DODIER, Elihu FEY, Dorothy FINK, Beverly FISHER, Mary GARRETT, Clinton GEORGE, Madelaine GONGORA, Rita HANCE, Brad HARPER, William HERBRICH, Darline HOKANSON, William HORAIST, Anne HOWARD, Michael JANECKA, Joe JOHNSON, Cynthia KLINE, Cheryl LOUVIERRE, Russell LOWERY, Nola LUTHER, Glenna MABRY, Frank MARTINEZ, Patricia MCTAGGART, Judy MENN, John O'OUINN, Robert PITTS, Glenn PRIMM, Sherry RAITANO, John RICHIER, Ardifh ROBBINS, Marshall SAFAR, Gwen SANDERSON, Kathleen 'Of Q- A-. L-vv The bracing air of a bluefskied day lures Kathy Smith, biology freshman, and Jeff Brown, math junior, from the confines of the den and library, ,rar 'W .04 'E ff' pi' ia .sf N, E? N?-'fb L- wr'-v rf" ,f- -Or' C.: 'ZX ?' us . A 5 nw Ulla. if 4,- Sr V04 nn., 'Ji' ns. WILLIAMS, Myra WU, Jean ZAAL, Tom SOWA, Joe STANLEY, Becky STEEG, Jack STEELE, Patricia TALIANCICH, Gerald THOMAS, Joseph THORNDIKE, David TJIA, Albert URIBE, Ciro VILLAREAL, Joe WHITE, George WILBECK, Jean r I89 Music Philosophy Physics CATRON A d n HERMANN P ter ROBERTSON R y d BARON Robert SIMMONS D d SNYDER Rchard - , " R HIS 251 HNATEK A gm HOERSTER R is GARRETT R b me-if ONLY O OPEN Hou Lecmre QL, s O -HMZJF 'ishl ' , Ric isi R mf IOR-ll TTh 2-5 vi 215 i ia,,,Tn, 8-vmri Cldl rhrdfl hlfgft Political Science BAINES, John BAZARSKY, Howard BORREGO, George CROWELL, Micl'1ael DEESE, Joe FOLEY, Hugh GARCIA, Carlos GODWIN, Marty HALICK, Allred HILL, John HOEFFNER, 'lhomaf HOLMES, Gary LEVIN, David LOCKE, Lowell LYKOS, Nicholas MARTIN, Ray MUEHLBERGER, Virginia NIELSEN, Paul PAYNE, Jonathan RANGEL, George RAY, Ann SALINAS, Guadalupe SCHINKE, Susan SHOEMAKE, James SOFFAR, Charels SPENCER, Jeff SPRADLIN, Rolf STASNY, Ronald STELL, Ar1hur WASHINGTON, Peggy WIGGINS, Larry WILDER, Jonathon WOLTER, Kennelh Psychology ADAIR, John ANTHONY, William BARBER, Jeffrey BRAUN, Johnnie CHEW, Ronnie DAVIS, Dennis DEL PAPA, Noemi DELAFIELD, Dennis DIAZ, Norma DURRETT, John DWYER, Michael ENGRAM, Peggy FARKAS, James FITZGERALD, Carolyn FRACTOR, Nancy FRANK, Blake FUTCH, Michael GOSSIE, Michael HAYDEN, Christine HENDRICKSON, Douglas HILL, Elizabeth HOLLE, Margafere JAMAIL, Vahiba JIMENEZ, Alben JOHNSON, Harold JOHNSON, John JOHNSON, Ray JONES, Sandra LANTIER, Florence ii J PSYCHOLOGY FACULTY: P. Dokecki, R. Rozelle, E. Doughfie, J. Rice, R. Fisch, D. Johnson Kchairmanl. SECOND ROW: R. Evans, G. Gratch, C. Cohen, W. Brad, W. LeCompte. THIRD ROW: L. Callicutt, L. McGaughran, B. Wieland, J. Herod, F. Stovall, J. MacNaughton. FOURTH ROW: D. Sheer, J. Cox, E. Willems, J. Campion, H. Osburn, J. Baxter, E. Downie, R. Thurner, G. Taulbee, .- is. -- 'Q- av" 23 Lev' L x ir' V 'C r' rv 5. '6- MQ' 1'-x no fx" . f 03 5 Q-V' -7 sf TS' YL' Q..- t"5 tw' "'r Q5- .117 1- ,- W LIBERATORE, Peggy LILES, John MADDY, David MARSHALL, Byron MARTIN, Claudia MARTIN, Lee MARTINEZ, Robert MASON, Michael MELLEN, Ronald MICHALAK, Bill MILLIKEN, David MITCHELL, James NALE, Larry NOVAK, Irwin NUGENT, Norma PACHECO, Sandra PORTER, Stephen RAMIREZ, Robert RANSOME, James FENCE, Robert ROBERTS, Gayla SAMPSON, Franklin SCARBOROUGH, Thomas SCHRADER, Jayne SCHWARTZ, Roberi SEMMELROGGE, John SHAMBURGER, Robert SIMMONS, Lola SMITH, Micheal SMITH, Roland SMITH, Suzanne SOMERVILLE, George STERN, Daniel TRACY, Paul WALKER, Bill WALKER, Ida WEBBER, Kelley WELSH, Robert WOLFE, Judith YEAKLEY, Flavil YELL, Lindsey ZAGER, Jackie ALDAPE, Cynthia ALTMAN, virginia BAGGETT, Jim BAKER, Gwendoiyn BEZARK, Judy BROWN, Mary CLIPSON, Virginia DANIEL, Sharon FRAZIER, Lynn GARCIA, Juliet GAVITO, Alfredo JORDAN, Margaret Sociology ADAMS, Rebekah BLAND, Carol BYER, Nancy CANNON, William COX, Judy DOUGLAS, Ruby ELLERMAN, Sylvia GERHARD, Barbara GOAR, Gerard GOBER, Rebecca HARPLEY, Thomas HILL, Janis HUFF, Donald JACOBS, Nlargueriie KITCHENS, Connie KERNAN, James KONNAGAN, Gay LASHER, Linda LEWIS, Theodore OLINAY, Linda PICARD, Brenda PICARD, Glenda POQUE, Ronald SALINAS, Felix SAUM, Hugh SIMS, Don SMITH, Shaun TAYLOR, Audrey TAYLOR, Sandra VOLGER, Donald College ot Business stresses theories behind tasks. Newly formed UH Center for Management Studies and Analyses provides consultants for the Southwest business community, adapting theories for practical application. ai CI: The theory-oriented Col- I f Business, lead by Dean Cl ogres- f South- olitan lil!! 4515 .:: M ACCOUNTING FACULTY: N. Shuler, C. Parker, D. Falley, B. Billier, C. Wennagel. SECOND ROW: R. Bach, H. Lee, W. Ashley, M. Homm, S. Brown, R. Seiler. THIRD ROW: R. Singleton, W. Hoffman, S. Woolsey, B. King, L. Phillips. FOURTH ROW: C. McNeiII, R. Grinaker, M. Veulman. 'FN lub' 1. ig. .awa- 'Wh- ,wry ,.-uv' ,aw Accounting ALLERKAMP, Rick ANDERSON, Arnold BORING, Jimmy BRITTING, Judy BUCHANAN, G. S. CERNOCH, Leon CHOVANETZ, Edwin GIRALA, Michael GOLD, Lawrence GREENING, Charles GUINN, Dixie HARDIN, Barbara HARDIN, Michael HARRINGTON, Tommy HARRISON, Sheila HENDRIX, Bruce HUNT, Robert JONES, Bill JONES, Russell JONES, Stephen KELLY, Marsha KIRBY, William KIMBACK, James LACINA, Glenn LA COUR, Hanhorne LESAK, Robert LYNN, Gene McCANl.IES, Guy MCCLURE, Viola MANN, Robert MANNING, Allen Accounting David Kent and Louis Dicarlo discuss curriculum and issues of sfudenr involvement at a Busi- ness Sfudenfs' Meeting, MARENTEZ, Frank MARTlN, Thomas MICHULKA, Roberl MCODY, Joe MORALES, Dolores MUEHLBERGER, Joyce NEELEY, Clyde ORCHIN, James OWENS, Bruce PETERMAN, Charles REICHERZER, Kenneth RILEY, Glen RUSSELL, Robe-r1 RUTHERFORD, Raymond SANDBERG, Carl SMALLWOOD, Mary STAFFORD, Paul STIENKE, Michael STRATER, John SLJTTLE, Paul THIGPEN, Jimmy VAN FLETEREN, Dennis WALKER, Claudell WENDELL, Jay WOO, Thomas WRIGHT, Jerry WURM, William 'X 5 Q2 rf ff. 5 ,faq yr-- W c 1 -.LM Q Xs s. i L- I Q0 -an 1 g. ll l 'Cf' 'in p-x i wg. ,, x4 Behavioral Management ADCOCK, Tliomas BEAVERS, Forest BELLAMY, Allen BRAVENEC, George BRODERICK, Roger BYRD, Fred CLARKE, Scott COOK, 'David CUNDIFF, Robert DAGLEY, Ronald DANlEL, V,ctor DI CARLO, Louis ELLlS, Jclmny ESPlNOSA, Daniel FARRlS, Miarlc GAINES, Miflmcl HEIN R.i,ii'oml HERRlNG, Bill HILLMAN, Tliurmali HONEYCUTT, Gleiiarcl HOWELL, Miclmel HUTCHINSON, Artlwr JOHNSON, Jolw KENT, David KIRKPATRICK, Norval KOSUT, .lolm KRESCH, Miclmcl LEAL, Ricliard LOFTIN, William LOVVERS, Larry MAC MURROUGH, Victoria OZlER, Ernest PERRONI, Clmrles ROE, Robert RUNNELS, Guy SCHOENFELD, Neal SWEARINGEN, Gary THOMAS, Robert VIACLOVSKY, Leon WARREN, Marvin ZUREK, Malcolm Business Administration BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FACULTY: C. Hayden Ichairmanj. STANDING: N. Lawrence, A. Small, N. Allen, F. Paul, E. Senfer, S. Monfiefh. BAILEY, Ken BAKER, Tommy Q BELL, Judy BLACK, Mike BLACK, Robert "7 BURLESON, Gerald DAIGLE, William EICKEMEYER, William FISHER, Philip GIAMMALVA, Charles GOLDEN,Gaw " GOOLSBY, Robert HAGOOD, James HAMBLIN, Charles HANNSZ, Thomas HART, Anita ts C., HIX, Judy KACHELMEIER, Russell ,K LORlNG, Jerry MCKINNEY, Terry iv'-vi MABRY, William MATTHYS, David MATTOX, Herman MAYO, Rick 7' 3 MOODY, Kenneth MORGAN, Richard PAMPELL, Linda QUIROZ, Dave lr' RIPPER, Bruce ROFF, Llynn ROWLAND, Malcolm RUNNESTRAND, Joy gr- SCHUMACHER, Lawrence sEARs, Ronald Q, 1" SMITH, Micheal QV SPASOJEVICH, Sam ' SUKHTIAN, Nadal --' 'fr' is TURK, Marvin WATSON, Cynthia WILLIAMS, Walter Economics BRADY, James CARR, Frederic CLARK, James COPENHAUER, Steven DOWNING, Roberl' DUERER, Wayne GALVAN, Reyes GOLDBERG, Allard HERRING, Joe HILL, Sharon HILTON, Howard KELLEY, James LE BLANC, Louis LENART, Raymond MANTHOS, Michael MCCLURE, James MORRISON, Jim MURPHY, David OCHOA, Paul PINTO, James STUART, Edward SUMMERLIN, Dennis TATUM, Carolyn WESTERVELT, Leslie 20I Business Education ADCOCK, Shirley BARTA, Joyce BRUNER, Martha CALDWELL, Karen DANIELS, Judy FELIX, Marilyn FORD, Sharon GOOLSBY, Kaihy GROSSMAN, Claudia LAWTON, Nancy LINE, Johnebell MORRIS, Maryellen MYERS, Gloria NOLEN, Sally ODOM, Theresa PERRENOT, Lysandra RIICHIE, Brenda RUSO, Pairicia si Ii Q E GENERAL BUSINESS FACULTY: B. Sfead, H. Kincheloe, J. Elliot SECOND ROW: W. Olson, F. Allen, T. Barber. THIRD ROW R. Jusfus, J, Rice, J, Noland, FOURTH ROW: M. Wolf lchairmanl. 'Q 5.1, 1'-"' af-f K9 1-.X , X SMITH, Carol TANN, Jewell TATUM, Diane 'wr w-sv ,c":ff" , f, kt I FINANCE FACULTY: I. Mitchell, J. Srowe, P. McClain, D. Newell, B. Campsey, S. Bolton. SECOND ROW: M. Findlay, G, Sui-- rer, J. Brcskey Ichairmanj, M, Walker, R, Reeder. kr -X. iii! NW' ceq, I x 04 Q' ,e Q. f- A 1 , 'F K MX i"' 4... vs, W'-'j X1 Finance CAVER, Barry CULVER, Michael EAST, Kenneth FAULK, Joe FITZGERALD, Patrick GAUSE, Russell GUCKENHEIMER, Daniel HENDERSON, James JONES, Kenneth LEWIS, Jack MALONE, Richard NICKEL, Terry NOBLIT, Raymond NORDQUIST, Karl SAMMAN, Robert SCHIELKE, Ronald SCHNEIDER, Howard SHRODE, Jerry STUEWE, Thomas TAYLOR, Carol VALKA, Kenneih WAGNER, Charles WALENTA, London YOLLAND, William wil l, l X Marketing MARKETING FACULTY: E. Crane, S Smith Ichairmanj. SECOND ROW J Stafford, C. Broome, W Kilbourne, E, Crawford, B. Ems K Cox. ADAIR, Adrian ANTON, Bruce BLACK, Robert BOSTON, Rae CALLAHAN, Michael CASTILLO, William CLARK, Howard CONDITT, Roberf DAVIS, Doylfon DAY, John DUNCAN, David FALKENHAGEN, Randall JOHNSON, Robert KARR, Ben MAXWELL, Wayne MEGOW, Ronald MOORE, Eddie MOORE, Joseph REIDEL, Bruce RUIZ, Vincent SARTAIN, John SHIVERS, Craig STEWART, William STIGALL, Charles 'N "S, 'QS W., J' X we Q- pw. -as 4' we STUCKEY, Medford THELEN, Richard WEATHERFORD, Cliflon WRIGHT, Douglas ,,-.. QNX ,C -re' , Q 4 . I .eg QQ 1'3" nw ,,,,..,.,..f'1-,nqavv-Ar , ' . . ,, K , om- ' A 'EVQA' ,,,. PRODUCTION LOGISTICS FACULTY: J. Jones, V. Engberg, W. Rose. SECOND ROW: E. Triner Ichairmanj, G. Ross. THIRD ROW: A. Arcus, N. Daniel, M. Copen, B. Ostrofsky. Production Logistics Quoniiioiive Monogement Us Vx 5- rf' icmssv, John MCLENDON, Walter RUSSELL, Karl Franz, Joseph KENNEDY, Ross ,- K N QUANTITIVE MANAGEMENT FACULTY: B. Shenoy, S. Schembs, A. Lukas, H. Oxspring, R. Lawless, L. Smith Ichairmanl, N. Paine, A. Mitchell. SECOND ROW: G. Otto, L. Moore, J. Heerey, K. Zapp, J- BFOWH, R- Crouch. in 3 1 P ef ff : A IW' Q Robert Howsam, dean of the College of Education, heads one of the most progressive educa- tion schools in the country, keeping new teachers abreast of the innovations in primary and secondary training. 70" ,avian-.f 'Wi Vw Art Educohon AKERS, Connie BURKHALTER, Laurita CROSS, Bobbet HIRT, Jane LUSTIG, Cheri MABRY, Natalie MALDONADO, RiTa MANN, Mary MILLER, Barbara NICOSIA, Katherine TANGORRA, Barbara VAN OOYIK, Sylvia Elementary Education ADAMS, Jacqueline ADAMS, Mary ALBRECHT, Helen AMORELLI, Sylvia ARIAS, Francis BALLARD, Kafhleen BARNETT, Donna BAUMAN, Rachel BELINOWSKI, Pat BIRKHOLZ, Rosalie BOND, Joan BRADFORD, Kathryn BRADLEY, Lynn BRIEGER, Sharon BURNS, Estelle BUSCH, Nancy BYRNS, Margaret CAINE, Sharon CANDELARFA, Dolores CARLISLE, Kathy CARRIO, Connie CHASNOFF, Dora CLARK, Judith CLEGG, Georgia CLEMENTS, Melinda COOKE, Dorilee DANTONE, Caiherine DARILEK, Rose DAWSON, Theresa DOUGLAS, Dee Ann i.'i9 if, H Y af'-'rf u 1 ELEMENTARY EDUCATION FACULTY: G. Musgrave, C. Schomburg fchairmanj, J. Olson, I. Miller, A. Austin. SECOND ROW I. Gibson, A. Graves, T. Taylor, E. Sowell, H. Jones. THIRD ROW: L. McLaren, J. Sheridan, J. Blankenship, J. Bridges D Callihan, T. Hewitt. wfxvf Wy' II' -.Vw 47 1F'1 T x -29 in sn... ur" 9? -v i .vii Q' S I fi ELLIS, Judy ESTENSON, Dorothy FINCH, Joyce FRANTA, Rosalyn GANCHAN, Kenzie GARDNER, Linda GARRETT, Cynthia GATES, Glenna GEE, Jane GILMORE, Emma GOLDFIELD, Linda GOR, Fay GREENWOOD, Jack GRESSETT, Carol GUPTON, Marguerita HAMPTON, Deborah HARGROVE, Gay HENNESSY, Vicki HENRY, Charlotte HURLEY, Elalne KELLEY, Tamara KIRK, Carolyn KRISBERG, Susan KUMMER, Betty LAETZ, Linda LA ROE, Kathy LAYNE, Gail LEE, Joyce LEVIT, Anita LOCK, Corinne LONGORIA, Andrea LORIO, Rita LOVING, .lolynn LOWRY, Carolyn LUEDEKE, Jane LUMPKIN, Donna MCKINNEY, Annette MCLEOD, Ruth MCPHERSON, Linda MARTIN, Jimmye MAY, Sharon MEASLEY, Lois Elementary MORAN, Mary MOORE, Claire MORRIS, Bessie OLIVER, Beverly OPPENHEIMER, Marilyn PADGETT, Ina PARSONS, Judy PAULSON, Joseph PAWLIK, Rose Mary PEREZ, Geneva PERRY, Consuelo PETERS, Susan PETERSON, Sharlotre POSPISIL, Ann POWELL, Jo PRESCOTT, Trudy QUEEN, Bettie OUINTANILLA, Elsie RAETHKA, Lucille RASKA, Carolyn READING, Pat REED, Mira REINSCHMIDT, Sally ROGERS, Dorothy RUBIN, Lynn RUPE, Delane SAAD, Linda SALINAS, Orie SAYLORS, Barbara SIEGEL, Barbara SHEPLER, Annette SHINKLE, Marlene SIMMONS, Cynthia SIRAGUSA, Nancy SLAY, Cherry SLOAN, Lee SMITH, Linda SNARR, Joann SOLOMON, Carol SOMERVILLE, May SORRELLS, Linda STEWART, Larry SQUIER, Eloise STAFFORD, Kathleen SVATON, Rose SUDBURY, Rose SUTTON, Deborah TARRANT, Shirley TEER, Ginger TEMPLE, Linda Educorion 'G-.SA X 3 3' ctr? 'A- Z' uri' S? C41 6' gg TEMPLETON, Jane? TYLER, Donna VERKIN, Margie VICTOR, Doris WALKER, Judy WALTON, Dianna WILLIAMS, Martha WRIGHT, Patricia WRIGHT, Wanda YBARBO, Joan YEE, Suehing ZARAFONETIS, Carol ZEPEDA, Ninfa ZEPEDA, virginia of" lu -. ,QQ uv 'W- are 0 fo- X sf-" E .vs gn Guidonce ond Counseling Foundotion of Educoiion -u B. in lov- , 'Q'-af' wx if Ne. 75 0' uf tix 1 1:"'7 417 QWLKGXL . A ' 'Y K GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING FACULTY: G. Ward, L. Carmical, F. Proff Ichairmanl, C. Dunn. sf- A FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION FACULTY: R, Evans, J. Hyer fchairmanj, J. Muse, J. Carbonari, A. Miller, J Boney, J. Weinstein, STANDING: R. McClintock, A. Kaiser, R. Williams, 2II Health and Physical Education Field sports require students to work out on the parallel bars to develop agility and strength. HPE FACULTY: B. Pelton, A. Pasche, R. Dickenson, J. Payne, A. Zubel. SECOND ROW: M. Hawthorne, S. Garrison, J. Patterson, H. Poindexter, P. Williams. THlRD ROW: C. McDougle, L. Clarke, M. Reichle, L. Smith, D. Evans, M. Vick, A. Jackson. ABELMAN, Roberta ANDREWS, Barbara BAGLEY, Carol BARNES, Judy fr- BERKSTRESSER, Peggy M iw BIGGS, Peggy ' BLISS, Richard BRISCOE, Barbara CARROLL, Richard X.f' CLAWSON, Cynthia COLE, David DORSEY, Dennis FRANK, Connie GONZALES, Benito ua-r HIGHTOWER, Robert KOOPER, Israel MARTI, Martha MILLER, Kenneth MOORE, Regina NEIHART, Saundra N V, no 1 .aff f A C.: 4-1' ROGERS, shmey 5 X R sci-IREIBER, sumti 0 SCHNEIDER, Donald SEBESTA, Jeanette TERRY, Richard WALDORF, Patricia ZIMMER, shawn lim. V in Wsx., A,-ax 'vs nh A 0' pun +52 , Inns...-W. ua. N :,.iAfLf 1 L x. 1 -V "x j, An ff: if my fin' MUSIC EDUCATION FACULTY: W. Purdy Ichairmanl, M, Jacks, B. Shaw, S. MiIIer, G, Srour. Music Education BOSTOW, Andrea DI MARIA, Mary Ann HARMSEN, Derk HINSON, Deborah HOMAN, Catherine LANGDOC, Mary MILES, Gary MOFLEY, James PULLEN, Doreen RODRIGUEZ, Catalina STONE, Dorrell SMITH, Shirlyn FRINGE, Yvette HERNANDEZ, Richard KELLY, Barbara KOMARCHUK, Andrew LAGRONE, Pam MANLEY, Alice 5' :iw Qi. Q' 1I""'U 1 tv as 1 F4 H QX 'rr' mf?,,,. vzdrili' Nl SPECIAL EDUCATION FACULTY- A, Moore lcnairmanl, R, Capobianco, R.Cl1eves, T. Monaco, J. Carter, B Baker, H. Kanter. Total concentration can some- times be achieved only in the quiet of the library. Special Education ALBRIGHT, Marietfe ANTLE, Lila BEHRENS, Bertye BURCH, Karen EDWARDS, Debres FELTON, Catherine FOHN, Barbara FRENGER, Karen GENTRY, Dorris HAMILTON, Jeanne HAMILTON, Sandra HARVEY, Sherry HAWTHORNE, Ruth LEBOW, Shirley MCKINNEY, Barbara MCCULLOUGH, Marie MacDONALD, Jane MATHISON, Marilyn MUSACHIA, Jeanette PLAIA, Mary SING, Doris SOUTHGATE, Stephanie STREETS, Mary SYLER, Irene WARREN, Elizabeth WHALEY, Cherry ZAINFELD, Lynn New Ntcisters Degree ond expended elective opportunities highlight yecir tor engneers. rs I N ABOVE: De Ch I kpaf- ' k says th h ring h d and d peri- f H GHT NUA I pro- d h per- f d I d Chemical Engineering 'E' -ls. -lt' siren, Phillip uv -'Q L. tx- '-53' CARTER, Robert CLYBURN, Ronald DOWDEN, M. Dale DUSEK, Allen HANCOCK, Charles JACOBS, Charles LINES, Gregory MCCOLLUM, A. Howard SIMPSON, Keith SLAUGHTER, James G. TITSWORTH, Buck WOLF, John Robert Civil Engineering BUCKNER, Oran COLLINS, David CZERWINSKI, Peter DAVIDSON, John DE FORKE, Joe HARLOW, Gary JOYNER, John sm, Raiph szsro, John WALLJNGFORD, John The ledious acquisition of knowledge by osmosis CIVIL ENGINEERING FACULTY: N. Patel, F. Rankin, O. Ghazfaly Ichairmanl B Fraser K Kambhu SECOND ROW: A. Bonar, R. Henry, H, Merick, J. Nash, A. White. THIRD ROW N Hwang W Leach W. Graff, G. Pincus, K. Woolf, R. Blumberg. af S "Y :YQ lr hp as '? so Sf' ffx ..., I 1' ...,.,.,, ,fare ie-7 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FACULTY: E. Michaels, T. Whifaker, J. Tolfver. SECOND ROW: W. Klttinger, H. Hayre, F. Davidson, THIRD ROW: N. Shehadeh, W. Schneider, J. Bargainer. FOURTH ROW: R. Simpson, L. Shen. FIFTH ROW: E. Denman, D. Williams Ichairmanj. :lx ,ov 3 4' sri, 'K' fm' 'lil "Q-fav 323' QA i EIYL 'Q-' Electrrcol Engrneerrng ABBOTT, Brenson AIGNER, Stephen BAILEY, Robert BOWLES, Stephen BROWN, David CHENG, Terence CHOATE, Eugene DOUGLAS, William GENTER, Wayne HAGAR, James HEBERT, Charles HENLEY, Arthur KATZ, Paul MCLAIN, Duane MANNING, Walter PACKHAM, Leonard PARKER, Richard PATTERSON, Robert PENALOZA, Carlos ROOKS, James STAFFORD, Joseph STANLEY, Willlam THACKER, Paul TRIPATHI, lslwvari Industrial Engineering BOLAND, James CASKEY, Kenneth INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING FACULTY: S. Poage, B. Rhodes, C. Donaghey, W. Ander. SECOND ROW: A. Paul, V. Zaloom, G. Dawkins. THIRD ROW: M. Smith. gh Q.-N CHANCELLOR, L. Clark Engineering students Robert Carter and John Carlson sep- arate butane from other gases by the cracking process. RAMSEY, Joseph ROGERS, Robert SIMPSON, Dayton THOMPSON, Jerry VINSON, James DODD, Glenn HESSNER, Paul QNX Q Q: 7 we i" f l A ' A f r aa I .,l ENGINEERIN My 7-be F ,Q3,Y,aK - - Ib i sn' "iff , , ' 5, 5 L Y . xx 4 'K I ra ' Q . 4 . ' v 4- P ' 7 c I' rt ' 1' , 'in' 5. E A I if :E Idgits ' W5 A ' xg CULLENLCOLLEGE 'rr ,A I x fx. .. , ,1 I lf s 3 .- MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FACULTY A Nunes, R, Sinclair, R. Nachlinger, C. Dalton. SECOND ROW: G. Fazekas, E. Rasmussen D Muster fchairmanj R Bannerof, B. Childs, L. Wiife, J. Howell, L- CBSTEIIBVIOS. AUSTIN, Lambert COLLINS, Elmer DODDS, Robert ENGLAND, London EPPINK, Jay FERGUSON, Paul GELABERT, Aquiles HANSEN, Marvin ICE, Phil KIRKLAND, Kerry LAI, Lytton LAIRD, John LOWERY, Fred LOCHTE, Glen MANNING, Robert MILLER, William NELSON, Bryan PAJOUM, Masoud PAMPELL, Davy SIMPSON, Darin SPENCER, Webster STUCKEY, Robert WALKER, Michael WILSON, Kenneth WOLTER, Kenneth ff, New Bates Law School facilities allow actual trials to be heard in university courtroom. Student Bar Association stimulates involvement in College tnrough student representation on taculty committees. 222 -N wkhxksws'-RM...c 559915-A LEFT. The fish-eye vievvs a court! room in the four million dollar Bates College ot Law. LOWER LEFT. Headed by Dean John Neilnel, the Law School's chief goal is the combined develop- ment of technical competence along with a genuine under- standing of human needs. Proi- ects such as the Student De- fender Organization and the Legal Clinical Studies Program involve students directly in sit- uations vvhich develop this com- petence and understanding. LAW FACULTY: J, Mixon, J. Covington, A. White, N. Blakely, J. Hensley, D. Rottenberg. SECOND ROW J. Cox, G. Buchanan, J. Hippard, J. Wright, P. Kehoe. THIRD ROW: D. Olds, J. Nelbel ldeanl A CULLISOW C. Dienes, L. Kaplan. '-11' 'Cix bu in Q' 'fbi BARFIELD, Virgil BYRD, Robert CHAMBERS, Leo CORREA, Carlos HANFT, H. HIGH, Charles LEONARD, Roy RAIA, Samuel SWEENEY, Gregory TAYLOR, Don it 3 Optometry school reoches moximum enrollment. Exponded community progroms serve Heolth Department, Urbon Centers ond Nursing Homes. t iii l Dean Chester Pheiffer heads the College of Optometry, "a dynamic college with tremen- dous potential." This year's curriculum stressed increased community involvement. ARNOLD, Robert ASHRAF, Noozhan BABINGTON, S. David BERMAN, Morris BOLTA, Roger BRIGGS, Charles BUETTNER, Gary BUSBY, Leslie CHAVIS, Phillip CLARKE, Calvin CLAUSSEN, Verne DAGOSTINO, Phil W0 we OPTOMETRY FACULTY: F. Bel gan, C. Phe-iffer ldeanj, R Kerns, T. Fannin, F. Griffith, A Villarreal. SECOND ROW: D Pitts, J. Winter, H. Jankiewicz S. Myers, F. Storm, J. Koetfing I. Mohindra. THIRD ROW: A Arens, N. Wallis, W. Throns- berry, W. Stevenson, J. Thomp- son, N. Reber, W. Lee. 4, , J Q r 1 2 M? 5 " 0 - fry , n V..,:5.W,4 v . Q W 4 4 . , . M Dptometry students provide ex- aminations for the university :ommunity at a minimal cost. ",,,.. 45-A 'QV' sf "..,., .pas , , 49"-P-V DENTON, Burt GARRETT, N. Brock GEIST, Steve GRAY, John HAMPTON, Lawrence HILL, Ken HOOKER, Howard HUTTO, Richard JACKSON, Ralph JOHNSON, John JONES, Donald JONES, Larry KNOWLES, Johnnie KRUGER, Philip LOTHRINGER, Larry MARCHA, Khalil MARKS, Richard MARTIN, Joe MAYORGA, Luisa MEDINA, Art 96 ICI' fl'-'Y PAYNE, George PHILLIPS, Douglas PRUNEDA, Augustin REXROAD, Donald ROBERTSON, Curtis ROSS, Carl ROUTT, Jimmy RUPE, Darrel SAN MARTIN, Antonio SCHAEFFER, Steve SIMMONS, Diane SIMMONS, Fred SMITH, Stephen STARLING, James THOMPSON, Stan VAN DER HEYDEN, Terry WEDEL, Karl WILLIAMS, Sam 4. .8 ' Ag. ik vii . uw, X Gals! if A E , L-if ., 5,-in .,"if 3, N 'Z 'N V gd if ax lx Q -r ' L QL, A 3? f iw X Wu...- ADAME, Joel ALANIZ, Fred BACCHUS, Terry BAKER, Cafhy BARDIN, Andrew BAYER, Dorothy BEARD, Mary Lou BlEL, Howard BONNER, Ronald BRENER, Marvin BUSH, Gwen CALDWELL, Elwood CHAVES, Galo COFFMAN, Kathleen DANWER, Jerry DOUGLAS, Robert FADAL, Louis EINDLEY, Will GARCIA, Ruben GIBBS, Chuck GONZALEZ, Dora HANDAL, William HARDIN, William HARRISON, Larry -m f 3, 4 I A ' wks? -'if 1 ' ggi A gay Y 'K ll V 1 W Nw ' ' 'W xr 43, rl E x 6 , 6 , ,E aw xg M 2 ,Q f. E, X. 8 M., Q -, .. wir . ,, iz V af' .1 y f 13 Pharmacy students prepare and present a program on drug abuse to local high schools and civic groups. Current curriculum remains inflexible. CBP' f I -c ,, c k 5 . 5 , Y , - 1 R I. K 'lf' .ug K K , u-In-u--.......,..A , Q I X 4.5 X s N I c 1, i , f giilges f 'cri ' '.l 5 r F r f .nh Pharmacy John Gilmore measures drugs for one of the practice prescrip- tions which pharmacy students must learn ro fill. GAMBLE, Andy GILMORE, John LITT, Maurice LOTT, Howa rd LOYD, James LUGINBYHL, Gayla LYDA, Dean MCBRIDE, Buich MIGL, Donald Z 47 Viv. evo' HARTMAN, Lydia HENDRICK, Gary HRNCIR, Mary A. HRNCIR, Mary B. KALINEC, John KEISLING, Michael KIPGEN, Barbara KNOBLOCH, Joe KNOLL, Charles MUNIZ, .lose MYERS, Jack NOLAN, Linda PALMER, Roberl PARKER, Donald PEMBERTCN, Micheal POST, Carey PROTAS, Paul PROUSE, Gene PRYOR, Paf RAMIREZ, Maria REEVES, David RHODES, Hllclred SALDANA, Robert STEGLICH, Nancy STEINBACH, John TAMEZ, Robert THRASHER, Randy TONEY, William TUMIS, Harvey VILLANUEVA, Luis Technology enrollment doublesg computer progromming course is initiored. l I , A 4 .5 ,.,- "fn, - , . vu- . . 'I GPL. ,,.. 'wr :4 5 . e .Hu k0"rl 651' I ' I. -'ff rf J if? ABOVE: Dean Hugh McCalIick heads the College of Technol- ogy. Through the aid of gifts and grants from industry, such as a recently donated IBM T401 computer system, the college is able to follow its program of fob-oriented instruction. RIGHT: CIVIL TECHNOLOGY FACULTY: R. Akkerman, R. Bond, J. Man- ahan. Aix -o 4. , FREEMAN, David HARTOON, Harlan MOORE, Patrick PINSON, Daniel SELMAN, David WATTS, Oliver i ,V Q K i 233 ANNAS, Roberf BOATRIGHT, Rolan BUSTILLOS, Rubin CASEY, James GARCIA, Al KREBS, James LEHDE, Stuart MUNOS, Bill ROJAS, Carlos WEIS, Dennis MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY FACULTY: B, Kirklin. STANDING: T. Clark, H. Curry, F. Jones, O. Stotts, R. Dossat lchairmanj. Q lea -f ENS xF5S' W. 1 i' Technology student Dale Par- sons, electronics junior, gets practical experience in the opa eration of a metal lathe. ... fl? WALTON, Michael Mechanical Technology ERDMAN, Ronald HEINE, Darryl HO UGHTALI NG, Gerald KEY, Lacy LA SCOLA, Samuel LONG, Virgial Graduate School offers doctorates a new PH.D. in Political Science. l 5 if I P. K R in I5 areas, including ' ' " -- ' ' I if 1 - 5' f . ii ' ' A l , Il fhrr i I-T Yi L " 'f - . A . Lg' . I ,. .K ,, K 1, Nkki,. kk -ks A 5' V- vu 4 V K , K , f N . . , I I a A sf c r r 4 i ! ,f ,I ' A s ,s ncc 'r s or c i . ' ' - . Q g i - - K , ' L .9 i . - g 1 se" l ' A i i AHUJA, Avinash, petroleum engineering BANKER, Claire, social work BANZIGER, Hans, finance BARFIELD, Marguerite, psychology BEARDEN, Ronald, economics BLYTHE, Carl, optometry CHUMLEY, Reba, history GUPTA, Satish, secondary education GURD, Doris, social work HAYWOOD, Darrell, secondary education MAREK, Gloria, social work MARTIN, Frank, secondary education NIKRAVESH, Saratin, counselor education RAPPAPORT, Goldie, social work SARAKINOS, Agis, electrical engineering ULRICH, Paul, social work Downtown School's future move to the Continuing Education Center will triple non-credit offerings. Exponded educotion progrom serves 8500 odults onnuolly. 1 I DOWNTOWN FACULTY: George Young, Louis F. Koudelik, Donald Greenway, James M. Whitmire. SECOND ROW: James C. Taylor ldeanj, Robert A. McFarlain, Otis'W. Baskin, James E. Carson, William E. Tabb, J. Karen Lewis, .- Jimmie A. Reese, Harold F. Thurow, Olon R. Hicks, Edward J. Williams, Jack D. Hunter. ABOVE LEFT: GRADUATE COUN- CIL: C. Hagen, C. Drieverf R. Bunn ldeanl, D. Brown. SEC- OND ROW: M. Copen, C. Kirk- patrick, E. Holley, G. Atkinson. THIRD ROW: S. SCOH, W, Thompson, H. Johnson, C. Za- bel, LEFT: Dean Ronald Bunn discusses the newly formed Graduate Council with sociology senior, Judy Cox. .. . -,Jr-ug?" 'Ml , 5 '16, ' .. ' si 1'4" in-'.,?y" . I "-fs 37.3" 5Q ., in ,W Mb 'S-lie: Organizations Compuswide I I l ABOVE, UH B WLIN TEAM k b k SE Jones, Terry Broo s, Bo Hatter, Jac Sree O O J h b I 'Il ich k h kl h O G ' Frank Edwards, David C. alak, Cougor bowlers roll over UTg win Ieogue Title for Third consecutive yeor. 1 I F , Q l , -W Q C 'K 'X X ,,., ""t""9 2-V' ' fs A QQQQ . tt, "" ' K Si A J' ,W T 1 5, f 1 1 ,, . I KARATE CLUB: Victor Cheng, instructor, Ralph Rost, Rick Hill, Bobby Orci, Johnny Yarber, Don Wade, Armando Gonzalez, John York, instructor. SECOND ROW: Mike Mason, instructor, Gilberto Barrera, Ruben Rendon, Murray Gordon, Edmund Warner, Nikki Koster, Gary Kutch, Lester Smith, David Perkins, Lou Vogel, faculty advisor. THIRD ROW: Rick Doutel, Ken Messer, Maurice Maier, Gilbert Garcia, Mark Gilbert, George Ulrich, Gary Valdetero, Tony Evangelista. Karate Club teaches confiden self-defense Through chops, kicks, and grunts FAR LEFT: Bob Hatter prac- tices for the Texas Intercollegi- ate Bowling Conference compe- tition. This year, UH won first place by three games. Indi- vidual players also won first and third in league. LEFT: Ka- rate enthusiasts practice intri- cate steps involved in correct muscular movement. f ' 1 24l RIGHT: "Sarurnalia" pounds to- ward the essence off emotion for arbor friends. BELOW LEFT TO RIGHT: Chinese painting exhibition attracts culture-con- scious crowd. 622 Erick Haw- kins gives vibrant performance at fine arts event. T32 Bill and Lucille Code gently play at the newly-opened coffee house. Other performers included Don Sanders and Danny Cox. MI Bob Wren, UH English Profes- sor, discusses Nigerla's turbu- lent history during High Noon Forum. P.C. also sponsored lec- tures by Georgia legislator Julian Bond and poets John Ciardi and Don Lee. ,V V: ,V , ,pn -4, A9-f Progrom Council rocks compus with for-out concerts . . . film series, forums ond fine orts round out vinioge yeor for P.C. r fa I" f" ff' P ff ,L 1 1 t I 'SX , x I h Y K 'X k ' 1 f ,. K . ' H f V " V ' ,uv 6 4' A if AK 1 x f ' yt Q I I '4z,gWl'::-u.' X Vysf k y 1 . I k A , , K X Ah , , t V. W , ,Q i, X 5 ? sf i Q- il - A 3' Q ' ' ' . 1 Q ,Ii,'fk' ,fy - 5 lf V X V '5 N, . . l , 4. 3 S Q K M' 'X it l ' g ' : .K ,4- g . , 4 ' y , A lx . qwwxs Wa "Vt k K .M 'M W2 Y - ' W A K1 I , ----v -W Q.- 3 . 516.745 pa 'f , K '7fWi5T?ff:f2 ,,-:W 1 , hAV f, V jg I4 '-F?-WW W ff E H4 K O , rl bk ,jg I I , in.,- 'aff' f,- ff ivy! 3 .M Sf' R 'lima , wvrsgz X LEFT, ENTERTAINMENT COM- MITTEE: Mike Peck, Joetta Bou- dreaux, John Weyvich, Paul Bordeaux, Mike Bass, David Jenkins, Matt Prebluda, Cheryl Nelsen, Jim Henderson, Regia nald Johnson, Kay Lynn Mc- Roberts, Denellyn Adams, Bar- bara Blanton, Clint Fagg, BE- LOW, COFFEE HOUSE COM- MITTEE: Charles Codrington, Cathleen Collins, Paul Colbert, Dalis Allen, Jerry Baiamonte, Mary LeNormand, Robin Don- nelly, Merriman Smith. OPPO- SITE PAGE: Country Joe and The Fish, sponsored by PC at pa- vilion, is a Berkeley-based band that puts out a musical message often epitomizing the sound and substance of the late '60 protest movement. , -4-wau,.....,,,:, ,, Vicki Schmid, Phil Pheiffer, Pat Prebe, Dalis Allen, Cass Weibel, Hospitality president forum coffee house secretary Peter Howell, Linda Tracy, Frank Hood, Reginald Johnson, Chester Bratton, films advisor films special events advisor Cheryl Nelsen, David -ISHIKIHS, entertainment special events. Wk RED AND WHITE: Kelly Glasse, Belinda Gongora, Cindy McDonald, Jan Parker, Houston Honeys. SEC- OND ROW: Tommy Barbarzette, Patsy Clark, Scotty Scott, Ellen McClatchy, Steve Goodman, cheerleaders, .lo Anne Sfubblefield, Honey. THIRD ROW: Chip Frank Stovall, advisor. FOURTH ROW Dean Kir Shirley, vice president, Helen Willis, secretary, Don patrick, Benes Warshavshy, Patti Manning a Samson, president, Jim McDonald, treasurer, Dr. Van Wagoner. Red ond White provides trips gg tor Coog gridiron tons . . . GN University Ski Club sponsors Toos Volley venture SKI CLUB: Theresa Brantley vice president, Thomas Shell president, Francesca Ferra. SEC OND ROW: Michael Hughes treasurer, Gloria Schroeder Larry Teague. YRS bring Bush to compus urge 'Working through system" to college youth. ABOVE, YOUNG REPUBLICAN OFFICERS: Jay Bohner, presi- dentg Sue Dobbs, social chair- mang Steve Glover, treasurerg Dave Bourquardez, membership chairman. LEFT: Congressman George Bush discusses popula- tion problems with students. Bush advocated "a complete dis- simination of information to the public. From there it is every- one's freedom to choose." Departmental Am. Chemical Society sponsors annual tour of brewery. Am. Inst. of Industrial Engineers places second and third in technical writina contest. AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY STUDENT AFFILIATES: Pat Diffin Anne Elting, Pam Skonnord. SECOND ROW: Roger Morris, Jalk Ritter W. E. Wentworth. THIRD ROW: Alan Peacock, Jose Rodriguez. if 9? Qi- . 4 . ., . . ,- AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS: Drew Lewis Ivice ROW: Mike Simpson, Francis Samuelson, Mike Schaefer, David Gambrel, presiclenrl, Riad Chehlaoui lsecrelaryl, Steve Goolkin, Frank Pokladinik Gene Klodginski, Clark Chancellor. THIRD ROW: Gary McBride, James Irreasurerl, Joe Ramsey Ipresidenfl, Dr. Ben Rhodes Iaclvisorl. SECOND Vinson, John Barnes, James Boland, Ernest Kelly, Bob Rogers. 248 1 1 H. K .. dll" 1 I! Fl ,ff I! American Institute of Chemical Engineers promotes communication between students, faculty and industry through tours, guest speakers and awards banquet. .- I l Q ill' i AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS K th S mpso HO ard Dale Dowden, Lo STe'n, Ronnie Ga to FOURTH ROW: Dr. R. W. Flamerfelf McColl Bl More, Madelyn Rod, Ja es Sl ghfe Ga y B b lay Hwi lcounselorl, Kerry Rock, John Wolf, Bill IV clu , Allen Dusek, A. B. Car oll Wibg Ch SECOND ROW: B. H, Rezaie, R bb Car R Clyb Paul J. Carlson, Ro G to Buntlz B J Tl orfh, THIRD ROW: Harold S th Phlp B d Bll L d 249 Am. Society of Civil Engineers presents Excellence Award to Dr.Willic1m Graft, monthly meetings feature guest speakers. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS: John Davidson, Joe DeForke, Roy Green, Ronnie Mulainy lsecretaryl, Gerald Green, John Wallingford Ivice presidentl, Harry Corder lpresidentl, Gerald Moreland. SECOND ROW: Oran Buckner, G. Kopriva, J. Brown, John Joyner, Gary Harlow, J. Wong, John Giakoumakos, THIRD ROW: William Crouch, Larry Donovan, B. Eitouni, Michael Sechelski, Steven DeWolf, Steve Redd, Joe Ramirez. FOURTH ROW: David Kitson, Rick Cardenas, Ralph Sell, Reginald Leonard, David Price. FIFTH ROW: Barry Cambell, Marvin Janik, Peter Czerwinski, Jirn Ryan, Rayburn Mueller, Tommy Mitchell. R arcs lame RIGHT: Jim Ryan, outgoing ASCE president presents the annual Teacher Excellence Award to Dr. William Graff. INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGI- Billy 055, Ray Renner' Robeff Ani-'55, THIRD ROW: NEER51 E- Luce V- I-Ong Albert Glover Rolan Boat- H. Lewis, David Stein, John Barton, Samuel LaScoIa, right Warren Gerald. SECOND ROW: Tradly Watson Ma,-,ning Kong. D AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS: Paul Johnson, Darin Simpson, Glenn Cook, James Sikes. SECOND ROW: Bryan Nelson, Jerry Schiller, Billy Clepper, Tim Tilton, Robert Stuckye. THIRD ROW: Richard Kyle, Ed Hyde, Glen Erickson, Ken Wilson. FOURTH ROW: Eino Olivares, Harvey Duck, Inst. of Electrical and Electronic Engineers represents UH at regional conference. Speaker programs and writing contest are among Am. Soc ot Mechanical Engineers' proiects. 25l Films, lectures ond trips to drilling sites offered by SPE. Society ot Engineers coordinotes student octivities in Cullen College. -V5 SOCIETY OF PETROLEUM ENGINEERS: Jon Clark, secretary, Bill Lind, H. K. Razaie, Steve Godkin, vice president, Yugal Gupta. SECOND ROW: Francis Samuelson, Fred Billington, UH SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS: Leonard Packham, treasurer, John Wallingford, president, Bob Rogers, vice president, Steve Godkin. SECOND ROW: Jim Ryan, John Davidson, John Joyner, Bill Lind. THIRD ROW: .lim Rooks, secretary, Tim Til- ton. FAR RIGHT, OFFICERS: James Hagan, chairman, W. T, Kittingen, sponsor, Terry Cheng, secretar - Charles Monroe, vice- Y, president. nw- 'Qt- COLLEK John Barnes, president, Daniel Slaven. THIRD ROW: Mike Schaefer, Drew Lewis, Brian Schwarz, Steven Goza, Bill Braden, AGM ' .4 LLEGE ULLEN- Q W rc sem . . N K-...A .. mtl- pri. .1 I.E.E.E. OFFICERS: Charles Mon- roe, president, Terry Cheng, treasurer, W. T. Kittinger, fac- ulty advisor, James Ha, VICG president. I.E.E.E.: Cole Bankston, Barry Baronet, Lynn Clark, Terry Cheng, Wayne Genter, Thomas Whitaker, Ted Woods, William Kittrnger, sponsor, Darrell Williams, chairman. SEC- OND ROW: William Mei, Don Dickerson, Thomas Taylor, Thomas Wheeler, Rance Sweeten, Paul Thacker, C. M. Monroe, vice chairman. THIRD ROW: John Lube, i l Jerry Mille, Jeff Smith, John Purvis Jimmy Lee, Douglas Langston, Jim Darst FOURTH ROW: Elmo Wright, Clayton Terry, James Hagar, Chairman, Richard Parker, Jim Martin. FIFTH ROW: Matt Quinn, Floyd Trelny, Roderick Johnson, Paul Cop- pinger, Paul Hudock, Robert Young. Professors, representatives at telephone company, law firm and Tools industry address Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. RIGHT: Maris Coggin, named Home Economist of the Year at the Beta Lambda Honor Tea, relaxes in the new home man- agement lab. ABOVE RIGHT: Nancy Hunt models a pantsuit creation in the Home Economics style show. ABOVE, BETA LAMBDA OFFICERS: Mary Ruth Smith, sponsor, Melanie Phillips, vice president: Norma Jean Dud- ley, president: Jo Anne Stubble- field, treasurer. Beta Lambda host tours of new Home Ec building members participate in department style show, hear professionals speak on interior designing, charm, fashion merchandising and food production KETA LAMBDA: Melanie Phillips, Jo Anne Sfubblefield, Nancy Kiel, Cynthia Van Riper, Anita Kopycinski, Linda Le h h S h dl ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: Ann Pospisil lvice Harris, Carol Helpinstill Itreasurerl, Clara Clark, Mary Clifton, Mildred presidentl, Lynette Gossen, Linda Broussard, Gay Hargrove, Linda Herren, Diane Willard lpresidentl, Kathy Bradford Ihistorianl. Association for Childhood Education sponsors annual Student-Teacher Banquet. Lunar Receiving Lab and Big Thicket Preserve are sites for Biology Club tours. BIOLOGY CLUB: Jim Clark, Patsy Clark, Marilyn Hada, SECOND ROW: Terry VV'f1T ry R Sell Jeffords. P ggy Neumann, Sandy Peterson, Peggy Wimmer. Cooperotive Educotion Society strives to get ott-compus Beftye Hawks lsecretaryj, A. H. McCollum Ivice presidentj. COOPERATIVE EDUCATION SOCIETY: Philip Bird lpresidenrj CU!..I.?,f'fi EMC M FRONT ROW: .lohn Lube, Francis Samuelson, Ron Clyburn, Steve Godkin, Robinson. THIRD ROW: Floyd Trefry, Tom Taylor, Tim Tilton, Milton Rich- Berfye Hawks, B. J. Titsworth, A. H. McCollum, SECOND ROW: Jerry ards, Linda Bennet. FOURTH ROW: Kerry Rock, Keith Simpson, Bill Maduzia, Dedker, Mike Schaefer, Brad Sfeffler, Philip Bird, Dale Dowden, Rick Mike Brainerd, Donnie Wunderlich, W. A. Speary lsponsorl. DAMES CLUB: Veta Wilkinson, Eileen Brennan, Linda Nousiainen, Mary Dawson, Wanda Matajcich, Mrs. Chester Pheiffer, Betty Blythe. SECOND ROW: Sharlet Lawrence, Sharon Bieker, Konna Stebbins, Galye Higgs, Linda Ross, Linda Wedel, Jeanne Olson. THIRD ROW: Mary Kay Rottach, Nata Jean Schachet, Teresa Williams, Linda Clyde Judy Dillard, Kay Bowman, Mary Smith. FOURTH ROW: Carol Griffin, Ann Marks, Kathleen Lothringer, Loran Paramore, Darleen Talley, Brenda Townsend, Linda Nevelon. FIFTH ROW: Sharron Putman, Gloria Moore, Leta Grimes, Suzanne Rogers, Jan Shaw, Lynda Holliman, Millie Re' Pat Labbe. Optometry wives learn about husbands future profession. l Council of 22's Peer Advising Program aids students in College of Arts and Sciences. ll COUNCIL OF 22: Mary Fetchin, Sharon Willis, Barbara OND ROW: Stephen Goldfarb, Ken Magee, Joe Regester, Williams, Ann Tofft, Rosalyn Bilao, Leah Harrison. SEC- Sterling Leroy, Allen Bogt, William Ivey. . 5 x Bondsmen stimulote spirit through music, recruit high school tolent for UH. Gommo Alpho Chi quests for cleorer understanding of odvertising medium. KAPPA KAPPA PSI: David Vandlver, Gerald Garcia, William Fitch, Charles White, Adan Pantoia, Mario Pena, Kenneth Hollis, Marcus Stramler, William Laucher. SECOND ROW: Bill Moffit, Richard Wallace, Mark Lisle, Tommy Neumann, Tim Timpani, Frank Woodruff, Bill Parton, Chris Hutcherson, Bruce McWhirter, Rick Miller, William Gottschalk. GAMMA ALPHA CHI: Gay Mc- Farland, presidentg Nancy Gun ther, vice president: Kathy Lock ard, secretary, Virginia Leach treasurer. HPE coeds ottend stote high school tournoment ABOVE RIGHT, OFFICERS: Linda Garrett, treasurer, Barbara Bris- coe, presidenr, Denise Stephens, re:ording secretary. SECOND ROW: Gardner Johnston, mem- ber af large, Delores Hemmen, historian, Darlene Sentesi, cor- responding secretary. C? Y-7 convention, sponsor K through Lonyord Club -U I A M 2 Si 22. Ca I I YW ? , LANYARD: Susan Hartzell, Becky Berkstresser, Barbara Briscoe, ROW: Mayy Ann Flores, Kathy Cummings, FIFTH ROW: Janis De"'I5e Stephens- SECOND ROWf Gardner Johnson, -IaCkIe Dodson, Susan Armsirong, Martha Hawthorne, advisor, Irene GVGFUSI Darlene SGYIIGSI, Uftda Geffen, -IUCIY 3-iff-if PENNY Dyer, Dr. Susanna Garrison, advisor, Dolores Hemmen. Hasfik. THIRD ROW: Leslea Lawson, Kathy Baldwin. FOURTH f-A I Wine-tasting party gives Hotel-Restaurant Management Society a taste of tuture. PTU Optometrists mix sports, social and scholastic activities, award scholarship. ,Q if fs HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MAN- AGEMENT OFFICERS: Bob Planck, president, Donald Green- away, advisor, Lee Ewing, vice president, Ben Sutton, secretary- treasurer. PHI THETA UPSILON: Fred Simmons, Charles Bland, Lionel Boudreaux, Douglas Phillips. SECOND ROW: Steve Smith, Phil Dagostino, Kenneth Hill, Steve Schaefer, Daniel Hanisch, Gail McPeak. THIRD ROW: Ramon Alvarez, Art Medina, Steve Geist, George Payne, Horace Sharp, Larry Tagtmeyer, Phillip Kruger, FOURTH ROW: Curtis Roberson, Anthony Bass, Thomas Ferguson, Howard Hooker, Noozhan Ashraf. FIFTH ROW: Arturo San Martin, John Nevelow, Tex Cole, Henry Phillips, Earl Smith, Jeff Ekery, Van Moore, Harris Nussenblatf, 1 S Y" KAPPA EPSILON: Barbara Kepgen, secretary: Dorothy Bayer, Glyndon Williams, Anne Hatcher, treasurer: Kath- leen Coffman, president: Lydia Hartman, vice president. SECOND ROW: Jan Long, Dorinda Garza, Vivian Marcos, Araceli Villarreal, Jennifer Wolfe. THIRD ROW: Vicky Miller, Nancy Mikeska, Ann Purcell, Sylvia Cantu, Janie sp' 3 L -.F-Uf:f7g7'F Q-A ' z" z Martinez, Nina Delgado, Mary Ann Hrncir. FOURTH ROW: Pat Troot, Dora Gonzalez, Patsy Yard, Linda Carricker, Evelyn Shelton, Linda Ritter. FIFTH ROW: Maria Ramirez, Janis Budai, Karen Power, Ruth Cure, Nancy Steglich, Martha Jones, sponsor. SIXTH ROW: Candy Barron, Kathy Parker, Cathy Baker, Gwen Bash, Mary Lou Beard. Kappa Epsilon compiles Pharmacy directoryg Phi Beta Fraternity unites women professionally in music, speech and drama. PHI BETA: Cheelan Bo-Linn, Lynda Roller vice presidentp Joyce Young, Nancy Green, secretary: Julie Phillips, Alice Susan Seaman, president, Kathy Alexander, Jessica Lundy, Hnatek, Judy McCathern. secretary: Kathy Muenchow, treasurer. SECOND ROW: VK' . T ' - 5: .ft P X45 f, ti L3 lk 44' gf' A3 -we V N 't' FY r 'ul' Pi Sigma Sigma promotes political awareness in academic community through speakers, panelists and debaters. PRSSA provides contacts in public relations field, members attend national convention. RIGHT: Kappa Psi members Ron- nie Bonner and Robert Douglas compound prescriptions in pharmacy lab. BELOW RIGHT, KAPPA PSI OFFICERS: Toby Garcia, regenfg Sunny Chin, vice regenf, Herb Svec, secre- taryg Noe Silva, freasurerg Leon- ard Marcella, chaplaing Russell Jones, historian. Kappa Psi pharmacy students form alumni chapter, stresses scholarship among members. r.. , , 3 - ' Q 1 38 C25 05 i KAPPA PSI: Leonard Marcella, Jurna Farai, Noe Silva, Norberto Calvillo, Toribio Garcia, Artaro Hidalgo. SECOND ROW: Fred Alaniz, Ronnie Bon- ner, Robert Tamez, Dale Holt, David Owen, Dwight Starr, Sunny Chin, Mike Sims. THIRD ROW: Lloyd Brown, Charles Moore, Galo Chaves, Larry Garza, Robert Muniz, George Gee, Robert Amundson. FOURTH ROW: Thurmon lckes, Pat Pryor, Russell Jones, Larry McCaugherty, Reuben Garcia, Alex Wong, James Venavske. FIFTH ROW: Robert Doug- las, David Reeves, Don Parker, Howard Biel. SIXTH ROW: John Lucas, Herb Svec, Rod Wilson, Van Chapman, Dr. L. A. Czates, Faculty Advisor, Hec- tor Canche, Joe Vale. 265 IGHT Mk R PhlS d B B I l f I h b d media at the P.C.A. annual ban quet. PHI CHI ALPHA: Gor Future broadcasters in Phi Chi Alpha donate bookcase, film, video tapes to Communications library, host autumn departmental party. Q 5 -" "" W Liiiiiii' in .. W, Q f I I "U dan Baskan, Michael Arra, Theodore Weiss, Phillip Stewart, Rob Ritchey, Damon Leonetti, Tim Burden, Ken Williamson, Pat McGowen, Bruce Baron, John Ware, Gary Simms. 1 l I B In "Why Communicate" forum, Best Dressed Co-ed Contest .3 . . M held by TSP iournolism coeds. uf ts- . ......c... Actives ottend Dollos conference '-'Qu ABOVE LEFT: President Beverly Dee presents past president Linda Callaway Har right! with the outstanding senior award at the annual Founder's Day Banquet. t I' v r s I ' t n r ' ' 1 - 4 I . , 4 THETA SIGMA PHI: Rita Blorne, Debby Bales, treasurer, Washington, Gloria Morris. THIRD ROW: Beverly Dee, Mona Bennett, Judy Beust, Nancy Gunther. SECOND ROW: president, Johanna Nagle, Joyce Stemmer, Darlene Rife, Barbara Schuck, Linda Brevelle, Audrie McVea, Robbie Barbara LindSey, Peggy Reid, Janice Guidry, Joe Chambers. RIGHT: J. D. Danner and Sharon Blanton release tensions at "Post-Comp Haunt," given after pharmacy comprehensive exams. ssl David Burns Jack Myers Randy Garrett LOWS Fadal A. E, Bardin Donald Migl J. D. Danner George Morse Carey Post Howard Lori Morris Hollowell Sam Colletri John Gilmore John Kalinec Randy Thrasher Mlfhael Pembeflon Phi Delta Chi Pharmacy Fraternity promotes National Pharmacy Week, Poison Prevention Week local Drug Abuse program for area high schools. Chapter wins national achievement trophy. Gary Hancock Ramie Ramirez Jim Ward Lamar Matthews k ll 5 df Doug Dietert J m Clements John Anders Steve Pefitfils J R J h M'k d s H 'I M ID I r Dick Ponder D k hll M k I I k I Connie Tomlin bb h b S k k I h II Joe Williams d lh RIGHT: ROTC color guard stands at attention during halftime at UH home game. Prior to the Loyola match, Cadet Col. Phil Dolezal presented an American flag to the Athletic Department on behalf of the corps of cadets. BELOW: Juniors are sworn in before beginning their officer training. Reserve Officer Troining Corps . . Coders sponsor bi-onnuol blood drives Troin ot Double Loke ond Fort Sill Militory Science moves To new pavilion ,aff ms x .c nf , li .ffsfc "Q cccr.iic 4 i"iN5X'5'ff'WF'riW21'f L i V . V, V I z ' w Mr- A if ,X , st ,fc W 4 FM. '-Yagi? w 4 xr 4 2' , 5 I -' . Q gf, - ,ag if ,1 rw, ,QPU - ,. ,rx , use ,g 'if , I an .t .Y X Na. . .diy N . 'Agri p : A 4 na.. , ?kwN 'MTL f 'f' A f ' 4 s .1 Ng? 'TK -f 13 , le R- Yva Q - 'X , 5-Q-ztrwx. la , f frvai, , gf .f fir. 1 , V J ,J 'X -no -Q Sh-' S gig .- , c has -an A .- f Kaffe' -sif"'f-7 511- ' . vc. -1 -Xlsxi pic ,sp .su ff ical- X 1 sf' . f' , ' - i QQ.-.xflgs -Q tm' signs, W Haiti: c 3 Q ABOVE: Regular Thursday drills train cadets in military courtesy. LEFT, ROTC INSTRUCTORS: Koni Kitchens, Elaine Long, Mai. Har- vey Vance. SECOND ROW: Spf5 Larry Dowda, sfsgf. Andrew Culbreth, sfsgf. Charles Hutch- enson. THIRD ROW: Maj. War- ren Smith, Lt. Col. Paul Hackett, MfSgt. Thomas Butler. FOURTH ROW: MfSgt. Eugene Sheperd, Maj. John Isackson, Capt. Hor- ace Whitfield. RIGHT: Ronny Adams moves up the ladder of brass as he re- ceives promotion to Cadet Ser- geant, FAR RIGHT: A different side of ROTC is shown as Peter Howell aids a crippled girl dur- ing their annual March of Dimes rodeo trip. BELOW: Members of the undefeated Rifle team Mike McCullough, Tommy Gor- don and Russell Kachelmeyer sharpen their mastery of tools of the trade. McCullough re- ceived All-American mention for his high scores in national com- petition. ,..,,,..wN..,,., .. ,.. ,, 'WI ROTC activities provide striking contrast Cadets escort over 2500 handicapped children to free rodeo show. Rifle team wins district championship. LEFT, RIF C hfld d S Sdhl d G d k CII h RIGHT: Annual review gets underway as Lt. Col. Joyce inf spects cadet's weapon. UH corps received special praise for excellent drill team and band, ABOVE: Military men and dates enjoy annual spring Scab- bard and Blade Ball. ABOVE RIGHT: Lt. Col. Paul Hackett, outgoing head of the UH ROTC, receives the Army's Meritorious Service Medal for 26 years of active leadership and dedication. xi nf 92, 9 Q? .'.'K Wei' ' i ,. J 'wwt1Q,.1, A K, 1 UZ' ' Ji Fla .1 may .iq an I 1' 0 - S r 'A A Q I Rye, L, , ,, 1 fgfqhff dicfrfgza f " 5 i if f gh. Q ,- ,S T5 5 at . . VV My f V : V " J Q ,K " 2 as. dw M - 4. .. , 4. ,, if , ' f ii , 'WW if i , K V-Q.. Q b 'dui i - ' H' Z' cl ' '+3'Pisai i . i w -fra - a W' "lr . H If in of ' im is fr A f 1' we Finol Review ond Commissioning Ceremony dedicored To retiring LT. Col. Poul Hockerr. Over 70 coders receive Second Lieutenonr storus in U. S. Army Reserve. .J 1... 1 ,Wim Iwi' 'is- rid x M +f,.f fl 1. - M X . 'Q ,. ,. f- 1.f'e6..,uw "t.3f'7A"' "' ' ' ,Q 7'3" 'N . ff--' .- 1. , ru, .1 . .. .K . . - A . Mfrs., e I A V j, ' - 1 . .A M rf ""v..-1' .1 s , 5 . aiu ' ' ABOVE, SCABBARD AND BLADE: JBFTTSS Malfhewsf TOVWBS Dion Lawrence, Bryan Hext, Robert Algarotti, Mafor Woo, Susan lsenberg, sweetheart: Girala Michael, Daniel Warren Smith, advisor. THIRD ROW: Steven Copenhaver, Heredia. SECOND ROW: Joel Crenshaw, James Schmid, James Peevey, Ken Schmetter, Chris Estes, Harold Johnson. u - A . . . 'Eb , il ' 4' " 'vqq .,. P 'Q ,gr L U.. sf, V- if an ABOVE: Cadets spend a gray afternoon perfecting their drill- ing form for the annual Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans. ,, ,W , ,in ,L-' N rs ,, me Kr, rr -M W. ,. wwf" "f.Nv"" FFF 1 sf-r22T3i'f4-5 Student Optometry Associotion speokers, picnics ond owords bonquet comprise Yeor's eye openers. G O R f...'9 . SECOND YEAR OPTOMETRY STUDENTS: Charlie Bland, Ann Dan Hanisch, Anthony Bass, Sam Quintero, Larry Tagrmeyer, Brenner, Luisa Mayora, Arr Medina. SECOND ROW: Lionel Gail McPeak. FOURTH ROW: Curtis Roberson, Henry Phillips, Boudreaux, Noozhan Ashraf, Dan Richardson. THIRD ROW: Earl Smith. FIFTH ROW: Doug Phillips, Bobby Ray. K!! 5 ikx. it. , L .ex fi, wi I fu 1 1 J 'x VX P' if , . f.. Xa , Kin Q S 1 3315 is fi 3 I N -1 Xa. fi -4.-, ........ p - Y IM... Q.: 1 -q.,... 4 YZ I i f b i .w uu1'V'fC' "-h-gs A T gg? has in ... K M I lxn A-4' 1 N ' 'WL ,,, . 1' f I V ,ff N' I H - ,W A K . ,,k: '45 "L, Tx 4 ' " Wim ffhj J ,H I - ,,,, fx .1'LVQ ' ,1 . . I -ww ' fm. ,' ,"' ' f ' A 1 -f ' M- , z QNX' "4 A- .H-xwfv ru.. - N X , ,, .. -' cn.-Vw f ,, A f av- 'S QF E 2 f , RW ff M RTM 5 Y' 3 'Q es- I I vw , U VS ma My L THETA TAUf James Disrnukes, Marc Heidernann, Stu Bill Lind, Joe Mendoza, Larry Gena, John Lube, ROW: Eino Olivares, David Brown, regenr, Howard White, Robert Dodds, vice regent, Ben Trombatcre, John Boeger, Sieve Godkin, Phil Bird, Terry Cheng, McCollum, Mark Blair, Tim Tilton, Ken Holdt, scribe. Gene Klodginski, Keith Simpson. SECOND ROW: Mike Bartniski, James Sikes, Mark Gentry. THIRD Theta Tau Engineering Fraternity wins five intramural championships, maintains political powerhouse in college. Brothers host annual Sweetheart Ball. ABOVE: Dean Barrie Wight gives opening address at the lnterfraternity Council Convo- cation kicking off Greek Week. RIGHT: Open rush held in September allows prospective pledges greater opportunity to scrutinize various fraternities. nc? lk ' 'a N.. ,w , ' ,...--- 11 Steve Umoff Glenn Heit Donald Quixote Denis Bergeron Lou LeBlanc James Castro Farrell Benson Sieve 5Umm9'5 Glenn Harrison Ken Malone Pat Cronin Bill B00l19f Hank Garcia Tom Gravanovich Tarry Lutz GBTY l-6'P0W 4 16 IFC seminors propose solutions to problems within the Greek system Reduction ot pledge requirements increoses troternity membership. Frank Lewis Ray Beard Rusty Senac Lloyd Hart Herschie Levitt Reggy Hirsch Ted Pentecost Rola d Cla p't Bob Stone Dee T mple Ro 'e Baker p es'de t Alfred Naggaf J Black Truehart Willis L y L g Jack H d 9 Joe Slo cek r I Allard Goldberg Cra g Thornh ll Ted Link S e e Sta B ll Yo k Fr k Petras J m Hu st ug , , o on '51 va Ponhellenic workshop goes informol os coeds convene ot picnic . . . n '70 style show features Iotest c from bridol To bothing ottire. 282 1 lv an-ff FAR LEFT: A relaxed atmo- sphere and fried chicken feast allows sorority representatives to dine while discussing the feminine side of Greek life. LEFT: Alpha Chi Omega presi- dent Sharon Suess reads the announcement of her sorority as winner of the Panhellenic scholarship trophy held by style show MC Gail Hollens- head. BELOW: Panhellenic house painting project for disadvan- taged areas is aided by the strong arm of Jennifer Nash. was at :EM N. .im av Pdf DIXOVI Susan Smith Nema Frye Carmen Cock Audfle MCVGB Candy Andre Nancy Eppes Lynell Moses ,W f if fl i W f , RIGHT: Darshan Singh, .loe Milkan, Tim O'Neill, Jim Ellis, Donna Hill, Tom Vezey and Gary Liddell enjoy music at the Acacia semi-formal. ABOVE: Donna Hill, Tom Vezey, and Gary Liddell watch Greg Kra- mer congratulate Sweetheart Karen Davis with a kiss. BE- LOW: Steve Weeks, Tom Vezey, Bob Parks, Greg Kramer, Steve Lassiter and Gary Liddell relax with alumni at a two-day re- treat held in Freeport. X ,XS e K I a L 1 mm -Q aff' cccct actl ' ff? , A 43. Y V 'S Acacia Order becomes national, moves into new house. Service proiects include helping Kiwanis Club with grapefruit sales. Greg Kramer Tom-Vezey James C K I J EH I su ff' S k Sh i L L d ur an ison pres' em TCVG' W G dd H B b Parks G 5 M 5 h S h R Cl'f1TOCk 0 tg , 'W E' v' ' a v "-' y ,itfgva ji '. 1 , - "' A I' A 'sl ' 1 I , Q 5 Mgt ML K ? , Y, 1 e - we 1-ith as fl' fi f!-,mf 'M . A 5, W X v X 4 AQ: 4: ' Q X, , 1 s -if QSMTYATLW Q - i 1 ukq lf3!"fv , RU sv-1, ,,,, i.:-. , .4 Alpha Chi Omega captures scholarship Trophy, sponsors Panhellenic Spring Style Show. RIGHT: Actives Linda Bates, Barbara Butler and Madelaine George discuss sorority life with future pledge Linda Gal- loway. ABOVE: Sitting down on the fob? The pole-carrying team of Marilyn Rueping, Mar- gie Butcher, Laura Martin, Su- san Smith, Linda Moore, and Sherry Lewis didn't quite make it to the finish line during Derby Day competition. 'Q' A-sell? 5 -Fabienne Gates Sharon Suess Sylvia Carpe Susan Smith Marynell Emery Jo Dell Tamborello Sarah Flynn Bobbie Baker Kathy De Frates Lynn Galloway Linda Moore Karen Pittman Diane Goynes Laura Martin Carla Rossen Melanie Phillips Linda Platt Barbara Butler Nancy Best Margie Butcher D'Ann Mays Debbie Mustachia Margie Grove Martha Beaver Barbara Budd Sherry Lewis Marilyn Rueping Debbie Antonakos Sara Jo Colletti Brenda Engdahl Marilyn Beeson Cindy Domsalla Linda Plummer Debbie Hooper Cheryl Madeley Kathy Copeland RIGHT: ADU's entertain orphans from the Houston Foundlirvg Home at fraternity picnic in Memorial Park. FAR RIGHT: .loe Camallrio, Jim Henderson, David Stone and Sam Phillips perform skit at an ADU beach party. Gary Boegef Walfef MOOVS Robert Dingle Boyd Carter Dan MacFarlane Jim Henderson Robert Pearcle Mike Scott Russell Tarbet president David Stone Andy Srnallwood Phil Weiser Floyd McGl01hlrf1 Raymond Joe Arthur Delaplain Joe Camarillo Thom Weatherford Sam Phillrps Ray Laughter Alpha Delta Upsilon attracts 29 members in first year on campus. Brothers travel to Oklahoma and Missouri to attend fraternity conferences RIGHT: Alpha Epsilon Pi Presi- dent Reggy Hirsch, also pres' ident of IFC, addresses Greeks at the IFC Convocation. FAR RIGHT: Womer1's liberation? Alpha Epsilon Pi Little Sister Terri Shanker laces Hal Eisner's skates at a party held with the KA's. BELOW RIGHT: Alpha Epsilon Pi Little Sisters: Pamela Dearman, Susie Brooks, Terri Shanker, Mollie Oshman, Lib- by Jones, and Roslyn Fuchs. Alpha Epsilon Pi awarded for outstanding contributions to IFC. I P' David Satter Hershle Leyit Steve Friedman Steve Davig Gary Lepow jeff ,remsfegn Mark Friedman Molly Oshrnan Terri Shanker Pam Dearman Roz Fuchg Susie Bfooks Mike UVIUBCIT SYUBVY Dworeck Allen Darver Steve Tater Allen Shapiro Rifhafd Ffankoff r ! ! , Hal Eisner Mark Sax Dean Blumenthal Jerrel Schorr ,,,qo4U'F" in J" 2 ,fl ' F 4 PN , :J ,. ba! .5 'W,' A ffilli M 0 If L2 'A' 1 'i ,, f l 7 i x 'V , VVV. pw g f f g,- lr l A l-L' Q, X 4 Q K W ' , lf gb - , N - ' 1 ,aw E1 4 , r Clothing drive, oid to home for oged, illustrote sociol consciousness of AKA. Sorority energeticolly compoigns for Groves ond liberol school boord condidotes. F ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA: Sandra Wilborn, Wanda Dottie Bonner, Theresa Collins, Brenda Surgers, Tl'IOff1TO'1, Refifia Marlin, Carolyn MCDOUGLCLI Sandra Louis Finney, Brenda Christian, Loretta Denine, Caro- WiiiiS, Maihiidi Whiie, C6f0iYf' Flanagan, i-iiiie lyn Charles, Florence Russo, Connie Myers, Audrey Nebiefif Mimi 5C0fff Deborah FVYG, i-if'iCi5 Haffisf Taylor, Linda Broussard, Connie Simmons, Maxine Broussard, Jo Ann Ross Ipresidentl, Patsy Blan Carolyn Irving, Evelyn Davis, Eleanor Hill, .lacquely Haller, Sammye Long, Janeth Hancock, Marva Walke Sharon Harrison. Chi O's adopt lower-income family, read for blind . . Sisters place first in Derby Day. CHI OMEGA, SITTING: Sharon Eilers, Lynn Stavinoha, Donald, BACK ROW: Tricia Penningfgn, Par Priebe, Diane Floyd, Elizabeth Spankus, Pat DeBakey, Diana JoAnne Borne, .lan Parker, Judy England, Laura Anne Cunningham, Carolyn Cunningham, Connie Morgan, Ann Sasso, Molly Moores, Dee Dee Drisdale. MBSSGYI CIBUCHB Keele, Deme MHYIWSW, Cathy MC- Kingry, Pamela Pucker, Sarah Macow, Terri Hepler, OPPOSITE PAGE: Houston ABOVE RIGHT: Tweedle Dee mayorial candidate Curtis and Tweedle Dum, alias Pam Graves talks with friends at afterfmeeting reception honor- ing the chartering of the UH AKA chapter. LEFT: AKA sis- ter, Carolyn Flanagan, asks for contributions to clothing drive as Chesterfield Bass gathers coat for the cause. Stelly and Ginny Clipson, en- tertain rushees with tales of the Chi Omega Wonderland. ABOVE LEFT: Could it the Madhatler Paula Drouer who convinces Jo Anne Berne to pledge Chi O? 2553 RIGHT: Delta Chi Formal, held at the Albert Pick Hotel, is in full swing by 9 o'clock. BE- LOW RIGHT: Delta Chi hosts inter-fraternity party to pro- mote brotherhood among Greeks, Richard Arnold Anthony Zan Edward Carlton Jim Burns Danny Anderson Darrell Anderson Stephen Moufon Robert Ruble Tom Gravanovjch Dave Blair Harold Payne Kaisan Tsiang Grant Vuille Jim Peck Glenn Heit Steve Skinner Wayne Alsup Delta Chi tirst in scholarship among social fraternities. . . A kim Delta Gamma sponsors orphcin's party with SAE, finishes strong' second in Senior Week . . . sorority emphasizes uid to blind. 'ne .wr ABOVE: Delta Gamma sisters and 'prospective pledges en- joy punch at an afternoon 'rush party. ABOVE RIGHT: DG's adorn a senior week float co- sponsored with Delta Sigma Phi to support senior players Jim Strong and Ken Bailey. OPPOSITE PAGE: Angie Oddo and Stephanie Mosley prepare gifts for children at the Light- house for the Blind. RIGHT: Delta Gamma sisters take to the sidelines to "ooh" and "ah" Derby Day activities in l 5""lllnu-. Q nil, 1 Patsy Burns Alethea Smith Margy Hult Stephanie Cree Vicki Neely Connie Keefer Vicki Verret Janie Gassner Pat Reading Cathy Fargason Kathy Lawless Peggy Williams 4 , ,,,., i 'sf-4 3 x. i ?a Joanne Routzong Becky Smith Gaye Grebe Jo Ellen Watson Molly Moye Pam McLeod linda Thomasson Linda Sazma Stephanie Mosley Nema Frye E A- " A W Q. , . s. , at 1, , ,f ' l g -ff: 1-'Er 2? , .. Gayle Bryan Stacy Balla Michael Cox Patti O'Neal Angie Oddo Becky Lola Leigh Owens Rita Peguero Battleship Texas Wanda Seifeit RIGHT: Delta Sig Jeff Bouche grinds to a halt with a little help from his friends. FAR RIGHT: Miss USA gets a wel- come wish from Tim Owens, Dean Barnes, Ronnie Daniel, Mayor Pro Tem Frank Mann and Barry Morrison. BELOW RIGHT: Pledges construct a landmark for the new Delta Sigma Phi house at 5116 Cal- houn. C' JV Jim Nicholas Jay Lee Ernie Kubosh Ted 5lmf'f1O'75 Af'0lY COVER Paul Stafford Bobby Flynn Joe Sayre Duane Kelly Barry Morrison Gary Walker James Villman Danny McGinnis Tim Owens John Monday Jerry Schima Mike Atkins Ronnie Daniel Kevin Kelleher David Keller Mike Gayle Maurice Stokes George Lewis Sonny Wilson Delta Sig converts apartment complex into traternity houseg cops second place in Senior Week f X e K , N V,r, .V ,vii Wm :lf ' r F r e ,Q V,.., E ,ff-:!'?"!' QB' ' ,., . lllllt' DST adopts needy tamily at Christmasg donates black history, ethnic cullture books to community libraries and schools. 'X www Marcia Washington Evelyn Shelton Saralyn Harris Ruth Green Evelyn Lockett Valresa Hobbs Patricia Judice Diane Henderson Peggy Engram Doris Session Estelle Burns Robbie Washington Rosemary Jones Margaret Jordan Virgie Lemond Annelle Taylor Audrie McVea Linda Parnell Jimmie Spiller lcla .lack Velma Williams Veronica Jacobs Ruby Douglas ef LEFT: La Retta Collier models new fashions during the Pan- hellenic Style Show. ABOVE: Members of the Delta Sigma Theta Pyramid Club perform in the UC arbor. Sherry Parfoff Tamie Nierrh Donna Rogge Charloffe Yaggi Johanna Nagle Barbara Sfovall Donna Rouse Billye Meyer Nancy Helchak Diane Hadjes Debbie Aubuchon Janice Jamail Janet Regan Beverly Migl Berra Koym Marilyn Mawr, Merry Westbrook Robbie Reese president Debbie James Delta Zeras Susan Davis Madelyn Randall Candy Jackson Befh Chrisfopher Erin Asselsrine Karen King Jennifer Admire Nancy Richardson Sue Romanocusky Pat Voss Bonnie Barker Mary Doirs Glena Collins Dianne Dechiro Melissa Ehrhardt Sherry Primm Ellen McClatcl1ey ABOVE RIGHT: Barbara Stovall, Bonnie Barker and Madalyn Randall express excitement after bids are awarded climaxing rush. RIGHT: Becky Bush, Mvosurerg Tamie Nierth, pledge trainer, Merry West- brook, president: and Cherie Quartaro, vice president, deco- rate their table at DZ State Day held at the Shamrock Hilton. Delta Zeta receives Outstanding Chapter Award at State Day. Panhellenic names DZ recipient of the Most Improved Scholarship Award. M-..,,5 .W .ltr if f"f-as ,v fix I . C t hr K--pc...--+-. 1 I 'B , ma..-www di . 5 I W I ,A I . "7fQ'! B I f V77 N "1-ai, E Q." .V wi ' 'f 12. , MA. r ,rf :.W"" Ffiff. ' ' r ' if ' Scholarship recognition, Greek Week cooperation award reflect formative year tor KA. R c c X rw" Q .. M ,W ' HIE N-N., LEFT: Already minus the shirt off his back, Don Lafferty laughingly rebels against being roped into further escapades. ABOVE LEFT: KA Frank Lewis braves traffic at Beechnut and 610 to collect for the March of Dimes. ABOVE: Sweetheart Rita Peguero. Paul Reinhardt Mike La Rose Greg King Pere Bandy Mark Davidson Kejfh Boone Doug Kudelka Harry Wineman David Waddell Jay Temple Pfesldenf Par Cronin Paul King Jack Bode Bob Finch Don Henderson Al Sferk Mark Tapp Greg Sweeney Paul Burdeaux Farrell Benson Ron Wood Don Milner Dennis Robinson Flank Lewis Terry David Phi Kappa Theta disqualified in Bike Race outlawed in intramurals, banned from pizza parlor and investigated by IFC for conspiring to change traditional Greek image is il j it 4 ,, Dave Co Dan T HY Pepsi Kohler Buffalo Bill Rip Umoff ff d F351 Edd Scfe je Squatty Taboad lb l M M'k B I ' li CI k h ff h d Mk B ,gm 5 A My ww M, Brmr pf W Tlulv 631 4 . T W V 1? x O I ?W ,f1f..'k ' 5 H ,.k.' IQQQQW W X X X' va xl 'X .Ml - 'f 2 inf? ,Q ,M ,,,,,. M, 'Qi gf 'UZ' swf ' N i,fTsf ggg1rlQ ' ?ll'!liE?!f1g1 ,, wma: as2Ml!1Vf:f13!14 , 4F- 1ma11 :wm , . ma1 gn1z:1n.nn,, af1 2:r:1af' X fritvliwuf we ,, gig :J :.. , ' ,dill fQ?' ' '- if l'f'J'T' Q1 -4 A 5 N E53 S F. , x S .'. RIGHT: Susie Graham and Teri Donelon gather rags which they succeeded in swiping from the pockets of fleet- footed Sigma Chi's. FAR RIGHT: Marilyn Hunter braves traffic at corner of Lawndale and Wayside in order to collect money for March of Dimes. Together with Sigma Phi Epsi- lon, Phi Mu collected over S1000 during two-day Bucket Brigade. BELOW: Margie Sai- bara zaps a Sigma Chi with a real lemon pie during Derby Day. asv f 3 ft 'V 4 'W Q-uv 33 v ,ll .. 'r e ,.. 'O E IL' K ' at 7" ,, W , 9 ,M 4 ,fm q .Nw 0 1 .W L Wwfaaa f .- c Dianna Gilman president Edna Baecker Fern Reuss Anne Bridge Q xx.. V x is u , ' ff if rr i i i A Phi Mu wins Most Spirited y Award during Derby Weekg Mm '. collects S500 for S.S. Ship Hope i l - - x - s an f id! KG' ra X X 'ax we A Q X 1 Margie Saibifa ROSSVUGVY Clark Sue Dobbs Barbara McCarthy Rob Regner Connie Scarborough Betsy Angelilli Paula Planck Susie Graham Karhy Nixon Patrice Van Fleer Candy Andre Marilyn Hunfer Laura Cairns Bill Jones Jedfmle Tavb DOW75 MaYfleld Teri DOf16lOfl Bobbye Skinner Pat Carroll Z' ' g w """:,f,r::. 4- .' 3 4 Q..-W xv? nb! 5 ,un LL L3 N21- ' .' " Sylvia Carpe Rick Newcomb Marlin Marsh Janie' McGuffey Averill Huffman Bob Brandt Glena Collins Randy Burns Jimmy Walker Donna Rogge Rebecca Rowland Darryl Shields Gene Garner Brenda Engdahl Ron Mansur Margaret Jackson Chris Kline Puriatn Weaver Mary Quaker Dick Butler Karen Roberson 1 ay, x qs. Sngnm kappa Ken Sloan Mike Welch Debbie Berry Larry Quast David Laich Diane Goynes Lyndon Dodds Gil Goodman president Pam Sebesta Judy Silkwood Ken Gallender Karen Pittman Johnny Goad Susie Seghers Mike Alexander Harry Hollows John Barker Diana Morgan Denis Bergeron .lim Mayo E, s r 11-J- . was 5 - f' , vb aaiwfvt is ' AV: .' ,,, , we Phi Sigma Kappa sponsors all-Greek TGIF First in bike race, award for best decorated bed in Sig Ep contest cap eniayable year tor Phi Srgs g . . . , n I Eqv N ouzfipov Yiukgr-cp 'PE YM R ck Jones B ll Bergeron Ro K e so Doylro Da s B ll L fr s B ll Meyer Sh la Thomas . 1 l i fl?El-qff LEFT: Sweethear P m Sebesra. ABOVE LEFT All Greek TGIF pa fy spo so ed by Phi Sigs, p des f nd free beer for all ABOVE Randy White rece es a victory kiss from Golf Queen Helen Willis, after he a d re mates Denis Ber ge o B ll Loftus and Rick Jo es ped led fo frsr place the S gma N L rrle 500 RIGHT: Sweetheart Tina Bivin. FAR RIGHT: Pike President Joe Slovacek presents trophy to Little Sister Leslie Nelson after Pikes won bed race. BE- LOW: David Evans, Mike Alex- ander, Randy Delay, and Chris Buchanan enjoy a picnic lunch at Memorial Park. tu., sl an J.. - Qcfh ' f 'iaiiid Y .1 dab 1 ,awww X. NX s X M ii? L WQWVH, , Wii' David Evans Bruce Peterson Joe Slovacek president Y e-'lr-"Q in P--.V 4 Dan Billow Rick Walla Roland Clampit Bill Sadler Bob Bepko Roy Beard Sid Crowley David Thompson Ronald Gilbert Brian Booker Eddie Burrer Joe Anderson yy, Tv? 4 Pi Kappa Alpha service proiects include editing and production of school calendar. Pikes take first in bed race, reach all-school playoffs in basketball ,. f g, Sigma Alpha Epsilon gives Christmas party for orphans. SAE Takes second in All-Greek intramurals. 5 I W Urechl Tim Wh k Sfeve Means Craig Thornhill S B ll h l Cl cl ld lc G ire enac d I'ff d FAR LOWER LEFT: Sweetheart, Lincla Mercadal. FAR LEFT: SAE's Mark Pieratt and Kevin Henderv son take children from the Clay- ton Homes and Neighborhood Centers Association on a tour of the Museum of Natural Sci- ence. LEFT: UH's first All-Ameri- can and SAE alumnus, Gary Phil- lips, along with President Bill Booher, present the annual "Gary Phillips Award" to Ollie Taylor. OPPOSITE: SAE's enjoy shooting pool at an after game party. is 'Hr John Pieraff Ken Hall Kevin Henderson Bobby Gardner Mike Vacek Dave McDonald Randy Hodde Jim Puglis ChUClf ACLELSGCLY Rob Page Billy Starnes Linda Thomasggn Lee Hurt Linda Sazma Gary Young Mark Pieratt Robert Partin Gee Copple Steve Lindley Ken Henderson John Toomey Dan Smith Billy Link jenny Morrow Sigma Alpha Mu sends record number of brothers To Sammy regional conclave in Oklahoma. 1' 9 ..--ns ..,,.A. fig' . L' LEFT: Sammy President Allard Goldberg collects money for the March of Dimes. FAR LEFT: Sammy's sir atop Miller Theatre ar Hermann Park. ABOVE: Sigma Alpha Mu's enioy a Val- -.-A enrine party held with Tekes. Q TQ -fs:-:HH .ar Sid Mellon Bruce Holzband Al Naggar Bwce Hoff Ronnie Pozmantier Gary Kornblirh Allard Goldberg Sieve Becker Sieve Mark Ken Meiselman president RHC names Sigma Chi Outstanding Fraternity at '70." Brothers take first place in all-Greek intramurals. .Q"""'r .fi v. .. 1-S, , ABOVE LEFT: Sparks leader Lynda Thomasson presents Pres- ident .lim Hurst with the Most Spirited Fraternity Award. ABOVE RIGHT: Brotherhood wears thin as Sigma Nu Scott Badger and Sigma Chi Doug Joyce engage in a pushing match during intramurals. FAR LEFT: Jack Harding slams hit against Theta Tau as "Red- Dog" McClain awaits his turn at bat. ob S.. fynrngrf HJ' G ffm K ii? UN it ' X Yi U 2 ' 'U fx U ,. U O ' 1 1. v ., .X 1 Brian Lynn Layne French Mark Clapham Bill Askins Butch Hamlett Ronnie Leone Steve Jenkins Gene Garrison Ricky Shoupe Bill York Bill Hall John Ripple Don Hill Bill Powell Dave Moysey Blaine Donnelly Torn Johnson Bruce Schoedinger Mike Slatapser Bill Farnsworth Ed Clark Bobby Tyre Bill Williams 7-qs x Alan Romig Larry House Tresey Greeman Mike Knoze Steve Saxeman John McCarron lim Prochaska Shannon Nash J Garth Chuck Harding Van Blades Ray Metcalf B II I S ' h M M k C h d I J k I k R h d d ddl M I h Tdtld Public Relations Program of Sigma Chi earns national recognition. Pledges rank first in grade point average among local lrats. I .s 6 x. ' Q' . I ., 5 , I . :cs i is 3 M.,-A ,:.,...a .. , .,-. . . ...N .,g.,,.... , ' Q. Q 3 2 if S ,, A.., ,,,. I ,.-. . A W, ..w,..,,.c..,,,..,..r1 .Mm , 1 Carolyn Selke, Sigma Chi Sweetheart Well affended Derby Day, firsf place in BSU Wacky Relays and fhird in Senior Week reflecf highly successful Sigma Chi year. fi yy 2 1 A 1 : W if In if 4 is- fr , -+ f ,fb QL? sk., ni 04? ti . 524 ia like A 4 tai? W C my fx if 34 'V '. ABOVE LEFT: Richard Harring- ton, Walter Scott, Ed Urguhart and Rocky Suda propel Jo Beth Roberts to finish line in the Sig Ep Bike Race, LEFT: Musical washtubs provide escape from heat for coeds during Sigma Chi's annual Derby Day activi- ties. ABOVE: Delta Gamma Vicki Neely grabs Mike Slata- per's derby as sorority sisters Patty O'Neal and Janie Gassner hold him down. FAR LEFT: John Kolius, Ricky Shoupe and Butch Hamlett rest while await- ing onrushing sorority girls in- tent on relieving them of their derbies. Sigma Delia Tau collects money for March of Dimes. Service proiects, weekly chapter dinners give added cohesion To SDT. ABOVE: SDT members review chapter history via sorority scrapbook. FAR LEFT: A beauti- ful beggar, Susan lsenberg, gathers contributions from gen- erous motorists. LOWER LEFT: Besides honoring a sorority ritual, the "candlelight cere- mony" reveals how the girls are doing with the male of the species. Each girl who is either pinned, dropped or en- gaged blows out the candle when it gets to her. QPR SS Sigma Nu sweeps Senior Week awards with first place in overall and tloat competition. Sixth annual Sigma NU "Little SOO" draws wide campus participation. MISS RIGHT: igma u itfe isters l C ' ' cw xxwxt I fp 85155522 S N I. I S Indy Reagan, Vick N ly and C d GII II k d h L I OO FAR RGHT b I S N f b cl f I I1 D I Il S W k II W h f S N S W k s the h A OVE S ma Nu's d f cle float in f B II Bridges and S h d d ng Senior W k 48... ' v : K v 9 .QL , .B is U D " . W WL Q 7' A ey ' :V V 4 '- l 5 ?i, Q Q V b W K . . " sr if J k 4 X Q www Q Q V , 3' gl' 5 A? ,Q J. We ,W-as-5. , li - . X . 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" ,n.., , Q Air Scott Badger Jeff Shepaherd Steve Stancil Larry Lenig president , Buzz Gianelloni .lim Poland Paul Henry Dick Kelley LEFT: Despite rainy weather, Sigma Nu held their TGIF on schedule, which featured spe- cial guest Andrew Fabacher. BELOW: During the White Rose Formal held at the Memorial Country Club, Larry Lenig, left, congratulates Paul Henry, James Cobb and Dee Temple, new officers of Sigma Nu. 553, AZ Q. nw U 3 ll!! ' Qui may ff' My MU .t llll RIGHT: Shelley O'Hara and Pat Fant provide commentary during the third annual Sig Ep Bed Race. ABOVE: Sig Ep President Sandy Sanguily signals the start of the race, ABOVE RIGHT: Vice-President James Madget and Sandy Sanguily present awards during the Sig- ma Phi Epsilon formal held at the Briar Club. xr Li , fx r,f x ' Qlf X i. 0 yy xl, tw? Z SHN :XI w i.. Sig Ep takes tirst in Greek division of SAE Golf Tourneyg places second among fraternities in March ot Dimes collection. --- -f 1 H ,ill 1 i s. W Q ' - I 'ii 'W' 'U 9 4 ,Q ,, i, 45 s , 9' W., Xx James Madge-f Sandy Sanguliy Jim Fleshner Dan Manupell Paul Woodridge Mike Lapidus Rick Cooper Paul Wood Trip Bomar Rick Snee David Thorndike Gerry Eaten b d F S h Ii k Wall Malwone Bill Bailey John Horn Ro err Stone Doug Sny er BELOW:,Bob Planck moves for- ward to present red carna- tions to new sweetheart, Sue Dobbs, at the TKE formal. RIGHT: Frequent parties enrich social life of Tekes. FAR RIGHT: Sue Dobbs, Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart. fi W Nr if may Q5 , F., Q rf if W sf s h I .,,f N I eve c U ze gl T ,, 11 Ronnie Nicosia ggihf: AJ N' un- X Steve Glover Tau Kappa Epsilon Takes children on Easter Egg Hunt, installs brother chapter in Corpus Christi. Galveston scene of colortul Red Carnation Ball tor energetic Tekes. L b Il I k Ben Sutton Larry Price Richard Bateman b I Richard Denbow Roy Chesser Robert Bateman h I RIGHT: "lf the shoe fits, care for it," says Margaret McFar- land and Sandy Taylor as they shine footgear in the UC bar- ber shop for a fund raising pledge class project. ABOVE: Ann Stevens, Nancy Eppes and Margaret McFarland do their thing in the Arbor during Sen- ior Week. TOP LEFT: Zeta's await the start of Derby Day competition. TOP RIGHT: Jen- nifer Nash and Carolyn Selke sell goods at a ZTA garage sale held to raise money for home improvements. Nancee Brendel Julie Young Louise Donahue Suzy Briscoe Jan Miller Zeta Tau Alpha places Third in Senior Weekg 'ops all sororiries in March of Dimes collection. Aarfy Welch Cafhy Nicholaus Zoclie Hoke Gail Hollenshead Xdrienne Higby Carolyn Selke Carlanne Hicks Sara Wagner Jancy Eppes Ann Srevens Libby Fagin Peggy Gaden 'am Ryan Jennifer Nash Adair Thorn Joanne Korn ferna Pruir? Clarisfi Clark Sally Maloney Margaret McFarland Sandy Taylor Donna Coridry Rita Sigmon Teena Okies Caflay Clarkson Alpho Epsilon Rho recognizes outstonding R-TV moiors. Alpho Pi Mu honors students in Industriol Engineering. RIGHT, ALPHA EPSILON RHO: Carolyn Salerno, secretary, Ter- ry Abel, president, Robb Ritchey, vice president. SEC- OND ROW: Arvil Cochran, ad- visor, Steven Roehl, Ravi Arya, Stuart Dworeck. BELOW, ALPHA Pl MU: Joseph Ramsey, O. S. Ozkul, P. B. Dewan, secretary, R. F. Cheh- loaui, vice president, A. Rey, president, D. Singh, R. Kirtley, T. D. Griffin, Clark Chancellor, Klaus Schoeffler. '-4 ,..a-nit Urban renewal, Afro-American studies program Topics for Kappa Delta Pi Education Society. Home economists in Phi Upsilon Omicron treat crippled children to Halloween party, aid in dedication of new Cameron building. KAPPA DELTA Pl: Shirley Barber, Pansy Gelven, ton, Leonora Ybarra, Pauline Oliver, treasurer, lespie, Charlotte Laws, Nancy Fortney, Karen Bette Gernand, Janice Jennings, Louie Logan, Beverly JOHGS, WCS president. BACK ROW: ' Caldwell, Isabel Gibson, Dorothy Harry, Orie Guadalupe Quintanilla, Anne Beaupre, Lois Bar- Dr. James Boyer, Dr. Charles Peavey, Erma Gil- Salinas, Dr. Johnson, Dr. Robert Wren. - , ,, ,, , , , , H , , ,, ,W , V, . ,. V As,,, - , . , M, 4 - , ,, - .WW ,-Q f -f-, .....,..,, M., . , , 5 W . PHI UPSILON OMICRON: Maris Coggin, presi- surer, Melanie Johnson, Dr. Myrtle Williams, Kopycinski, Hattie Steele, Carolyn Lednicky, Nora dent, Sandra Horn, vice president, Alana Glass, advisor, Juliana Wong, Janice Thompson, Anita Lau. secretary, Carolyn Davis, Jo Ann Petzold, trea- fam is 1. v 4 Q rl ---M 1 4, Eff X Y ,Q W, X EFX: AQ rf-J' Men of Delta Sigma Pi build business experience Through guest speakers, tours, industrial movies, exhibitions, operation of model company. s,s!'fi r A i , , X . , r I 1 i A DELTA SIG PLEDGES: r Hughes, Homer Wilkerson, Gary Cooper, Dave Kent, Tom Webb Way ne Gilbert, Paul Jones ACHVESI Tlm0fhY Turner, Maffffl 5fZeff10fet Joe Monk, Kenneth Beverly, Vincent Ruiz, William Mabry, Daniel Lassiter, Richard Holdren, Richard Teague BUVCUYQO, Michael Melton, Bob R091 Pfe5ldef"Ti Keith secretary, Bill Ford, vice president, Roland Kinney. John Cahill, Nolan Guy Runnels, senior vice pres Kelley, treasurer: Tent' Bice, Rlillafd Walla, hls' THIRD ROW: Doug Black, Ron Scott, Steve Arnold, iclent. torian. SECOND ROW: Michael Stemmer, Frank ABOVE, Pl TAU SIGMA: Dr, Charles Dalton, Dr. Robert Finch, Dr. Bart Childs, Brent Peter- son. SECOND ROW: Chao Hwang Su, Hiranya Rao, Jesse Ferrell, Frank Garcia, Darin Simpson, Keh-Hsien Hsiao, Kent Petersen. THIRD ROW: Monohar Sohal, Frido Hamann, Mark Blair, Michael Fieglein, Fred Lowery. RIGHT: RHO CHI: Harvey Tumis, treasurer, Rob- ert Palmer, president, Dora Gonzalez, vice pres- ident, Josephine Williamsen, secretary, Martha Jones, historian, L. A. Cates, advisor. SECOND ROW: R. E. Orth, Ed Gonzalez, C. W. Driever, Sue Rouse, V. Gupta, Chuck Gibbs. THIRD ROW: Robert Muniz, Kenneth Euler, Robert Boblitt, Mary Beth Hrncir, Nancy Steglich. FOURTH ROW: John Steinbach, William Toney, David Reeves, Kathleen Coffman, Gwen Bush. FIFTH ROW: Stephen Ysu, Geroge Webber, Don Goodwin, Eddie Purifoy, Mary Lou Beard, Michael Clay. Rho Chi, Pharmacy Honor Society, pushes drug education program. Outstanding Mechanical Engineering sophomore honored by Pi Tau Sigma. i L "Y -., i C Gerald Moreland Roberto Esguerra, Manohar Sohal, ROW Willem Wrrnberg Ted Roscoe Robin Hartman Donald Franzen THIRD ROW: Jehangir Vevai, Tom- Avi Ahuia Chao Hwang Su John Joyner FIFTH my Griffin David Kelly, Fred McGuire, Harold ROW Klaus Schoeffler Edward Stephenson Robert OConnor Bennie Cernoch, Robert Huebel. FOURTH Barley Jerry Hammer Sun Ham Or Co-hosting notronol convention providing Engineering students with college information highlight yeor TBP OFFICERS: Brent Petersen, treasurerg Robbie Carter, cata- loguerg Kent Petersen, secretary. SECOND ROW: Wayne Collins, recording secretaryg Terry Cheng, vice presidentg B. W. McCoskey, president. 2 5' ac Qi if-in SPARKS OFFICERS: Johanna Nagle, co-chairman of members president, Nancy Fractor, co-chairman of members at large: at large, Sherry Harvey, vice president, Merry Westbrook, Mary Thibe6UX, ChSiffT1BH 0f'COndiTfOf'f3l f11emb9fS- Sparks ignite campus crowds at UH activities, co-sponsor Senior week, barbecue for Iettermen sc H 'Mi '41, I ' r if ,Spf , :sl-3" . 0 SPARKS: Linda Thomasson, Sherry Harvey, Rita Gongora, Nancy Fractor. SECOND ROW: Barbara Budd, Marynell Emery, Martha Beavers, Becky Lala. THIRD ROW: Cathy Clarlcson, Ginger Johnson, Mary Thibeaux, Audrie McVea. FOURTH ROW: ...c N5 s NE L ,L T 3 5413 iris " Q Q R Fixx? f-12. , .. I as .af ft scac J Merry Westbrook, Edna Baecker, Linda Leigh, Margaret Jordan. FIFTH ROW: Alethea Smith, Patsy Clark, Johanna Nagle, Peggy Gaden, Carmen Cock, SIXTH ROW: Susan Davis, Vicki Schmid, DeeDee Dris- dale, Ann Sasso. . P '4 S ii ., , ,P 3 ii 46 x , . Q .iff . 3, rv. ,,,. in il lndian students celebrate ioy through "Diwali" festival of lights . . . TSP bandswomen usher concerts, assemble band personnel directory. 'zaf- TAU BETA SIGMA: Sandi Blaschke, Penny Hyden, Carolyn Filippe, Karen Henson, Debbie Hencke, Lynell Horn, Jimmie Smith. SECOND ROW: Joyce Young, Jessica Lundy, vice presi- dent, Vivian Lane, Ruthie Estes, Sharon Rogers, treasurer, Mar- garet Kingsley, secretaryg Kitty Steele. THIRD ROW: Linda Nel- son, Nancy Green, president. International INDIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION: Kris Pandit, president, Narayan Vyas, secretaryg R. S. Reddy, A. Patel. BACK ROW: R. Rohatgf, Thadani, Rustomfi Desai, vice president, Dr. Vyas, Thakorprasad John Martin, advisor,P. Patel,A. Shah. Chinese coed wins queen title in onnuol Internohonol Four CHA Sponsors longuoge films joins in Christmas service proiect CHINESE STUDENT ASSOCIA- TION OFFICERS: Raymond Lew, president, George Gee, vice president, Helen Lew, secretary: Allen Lou, social chairman: Lyf- ton Lai, editor. CHINESE STUDENT ASSOCIATION: Joan Lock, Lili Ching, Nancy Wong, Celine Wong, Juliana Wong, Melinda Lew. SECOND ROW: Annabella Wong, Cheelan Bo-Linn, Lucy Yin Yuen, Con- nie Lew, Eva Sim, Loretta Wong. THIRD ROW: Raymond Lew, Allen Ng, Fay Jean Gor, Tom Moy, Robert Lee, Raymond Joe, Andrew Choy. FOURTH ROW: Terry Cheng, Eugene Chin, Cal- vin Ng, Lyrton Lai, Thomas Kwan, Jack Dong, Thomas Tsien. FIFTH ROW: William Mei, Ken- neth Chin, John Szeio, Hing Sin Tin, Wai Yan Chow, Frank Chan, Chi-Ping Lui. , ' ,yy ' iffw f' f? ' H ., Q 945' -x x QV' I - u fl. 9 --Q- ' -was iq 5 ax- X i -xi Q Q fl A .VR . ' L ' 4 A X ' if ' 'S l. I ff J ,-'WV K. 'fa s r -45 'Q' eff' ,ff 5 - v-ii? , ....n,......"""' f as Mm... RIGHT: Students converse as they consume during one of the weekly noon luncheons at the newly-opened BSU Student Center. ABOVE: David Carring- ton, Lola Simmons, Brenda Bowen and Mike Fabion in- spect trophies for the annual BSU Wacky Relays. BSU: Lola Simmons, Suzanne Ward, Tamara Faubion, Jim Gibbs, Don Eillingim. FOURTH Faubion. SECOND ROW: Cindy Domsalla, ROW: Hal Machat, David Carrington, John Candy Cheek, Sharlotte Peterson, Catherine Ware, Wayne Trull. Ware. THIRD ROW: Stan Thompson, Mike "Blitz," International Student Banquet, religious seminars and services provide lift-off for Baptist Student Union activities uv" it wi , " 7 'Q ,ff -- 17 'ZW "s, fe' ,M C ,aw I ,tg S? L 1 LEFT: Allen Carlson and Billy May present the Houston Jun- ior Chamber of Commerce "Faith in God" award to Rev. Allen Jernigan, Wesley director. ABOVE: Ted Kester raps with banquet attendants Shirley Siler, Max Mangum, Len Baldwin, Kathy Cawcod and Mrs. Allen Jernigan. Campus Clergy sponsor "Celebration ot Hope" a multimedia worship with films and tree oranges during University Festival. RIGHT, BETA ALPHA PSI: wil- liam Arnold, John Strater, Pat Sulek, Bret Curran, James Gal- lagher, Robert Edwards. SEC- OND ROW: John Morris, Royce Bach, Robert Gerinaker, Clyde Neely, John Danielson, Jay Win- dell, Mike Hamm. ABOVE, CAMPUS CLERCY: Killian Brode- rick, Newman Foundation, Rev. Allen Jernigan, Wesley Founda- tion, Paul Johnson, Newman Foundation, Dave Jewell, Arthur Greer, Ecumenical Unitarian Min- istry, Sister Jane Abell, Kathleen Striedber, Newman Foundation, Hal Machat, Baptist Student Union, Pastor Allen Dieter, Luth- eran Campus Ministry, James Barnett, Newman Foundation, Alber Etting, Unitarian, Frede- rick Hill, Lutheran. Beta Alpha Psi honor students prepare for public accountant test. Student Government Assocrotron of Women Students provide speokers ond speciol services .... for university coed community. LEFT: Frederick Sroraska furns coeds onto feminine forms of self-defense at an A.W.S. spon- sored forum. ABOVE RIGHT, ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN STUDENTS: Nancy Fracfor, presi- dent, Paula Planck, Susan Guinn, treasurer, Lisa Janacek. SECOND ROW: Audrie McVea, Merry Westbrook, Ann Lewis, secre- tary, Mary Thibeaux. RIGHT BATES DORM COUN- CIL Bel nda Gongora, Elizabeth Fag n Teena Okies, Gloria Suarez SECOND ROW: Kafh- leen Sunseri, Joan Brennan, Ann McWhir1er, Maureen Gon- dron, Luanne Pruitt THIRD ROW: Adair Thorn Dorchen Droemer, Dottie Borski, Sara Barfon, Mar e Danna Lynell Moses. Botes, Low odd spice To Senior Week Bike Race, Derby Doy, intromurols . . Coeds collide in beoslly Beouly Bowl ,L, 1 ,v-"' AW DORM COUNCIL: Melinda Clements, Nancy Wells, ilaine Vestal, Paula Watson. SECOND ROW: Orlinda Spears, inda Lofland, Lisa Janacek, Margie Grove, Sherry Young Carloyn Glaunch. THIRD ROW: Vicki Boeman, Carol West, Judy Bowman, Doris Sessions, Sandy Zager, Karen McDon- ald, Barbara Perrot. si LEFT: Cathy Horsley adorns the RHS Jolly Green Giant float at the Homecoming Pa- rade. Bates and Law joined the rest of the dorms in supporting grid player Jerry Drones dur- ing senior week. ABOVE: Dorm students celebrate the coming of spring with an out- door cookout. Bates and Law coeds prepared food for the festivities. Nm samsung 9? Q9 77' S ,s -Fw ,, or ff xim JEFFREY HOUSE: Mrs. Burns, head resident: Susan Beverly Petteway, Sara Wagner, Mrs. Arnold, as- erine Scales, Konnie Kennon, Verna Ross, Roberta BOYIS, PGY OTNUQCV, TONS EClW6f0'S, Kay Fefflald, sistant resident. SECOND ROW: Nellie Ward, Kath- Abelman, Susie Briscoe, ,lan Miller, Shelley King. Jeffrey House Council brightens dorm lite through porties, sports, service. OFFICERS: Tonia Edwards, vice president: Beverly Petteway, secretary, Kay Fernald, presi- dent: Susan Boyle, treasurer: Sara Wagner, freshman vice president: Shelley King, fresh- man social chairman. Excelling in sports and spirit, MDG irovides activities tor dorm students. LEFT: Active MDG members gather in front of Oberholtzer Hall and eye girls walking in- to Bates-Law dorms. BELOW: A speedy Settegast-Taub cycle team wins second-place trophy in Sigma Nu bike race. 3 .. e ,s 'J -fa, ...ms ,gwfifesv 3' wil Gongbongers take first in "Little SOO" Bike Race boost highest GPA of dorms. sf' 'mai if ,ff Mar ti X uw YP -.M 354 fs fa! 'BQ- OB GANGBANGERS: Joe Alvarez, Tom Vohs, Allen Doren, David Ford, Tony Hockenberry, L. D. Reed, way, James Hancock, Ray Howell, West Cocks, Ron Cochrane, Charles Hocker, Tony Blasi, Art Roesler, Gab Armieda, John Sanders, Ron Rarliff, Bob Galla- Champion, Rod Bazarr. Bob Day, Cynthia Hair, Terry Watson, Doug Van ,X Residence Holl Council brightens dorm life with RH Positive Week, movies, donces, end ot yeor picnic. . ,- . yr .. - .a . Q.. 'sr f ...A . E I 1 ' r ' Mr, il Q, I s A -- -if RHC: Dave Perkins, Bob Day, Shannon Clark. SECOND ROW: Margie Grove, Sherry ABOVE LEFT: Weekly movies, ABOVE MIDDLE: Dormies dig Young, Gloria Suarez. THIRD ROW: Danny Mons, Dottie Borski. FOURTH ROW: co-sponsored with Program into barbecue beef and potato Ron Ratliff, Dan O'Dowd. FIFTH ROW: Dolly Draemr, Tim Williams, .Ioe Alvarez, Council at OB I1aII, provide salad at RHC picnic. ABOVE Beth Dana, Scott Walker, Karen McDonald. SIXTH ROW: David Kittrell, Ann Mc- nearby entertainment for resi- FAR LEFT: A VTIIHOI' COIIISIOFI Whirter, Gloria Page, Linda Lotland. dence hall students. OCCUFS OH the OB road to VIC- tory in the annual bike race ., -N 2315 gg. ,iff 9 .41 g Le -.S-. , 'N ,-.wi 1 ,. A, 1 au r 7 Q ' . 4 . Q r.v? - I I .Q-I , Q rursx, - 5 ,ff gwa xx' av' - 5355 . p. M 1? ' " - 7. ae-'-XF' ,If,5"?'5'.: A , N., xg t v , KH.. , . K N ' wif 5' Q , ' Q if - .2 fn 5' 'H'-A , ' 'Rpt' .,.- 4' -jj? ' X. ,. Ae? .:- -.ig -iv-,wi,r-w . K K Q .. G 3 .K ,. W t?g,g1.z.g3 2f, 53,9 .'1'w':Z.M A , ,Q , 35 A S ' ,, . 3 . 1,7 . . RW., N X . x-4 ,ar . Q -X an si 'Q .L ii x 1 v. f Qs I 1 V , wwf' - 1 1 f Tff -Mmfx fl ,fl 1. 5 4 Q N Work proiects expand as Alpha Phi Omega serves community bath tub pull reveals that "The machine" has a heart. ,gk Q ,AWE XX i Q- f, fl Y K 3 Q ix 5. Q li Q gzfeii 'E ., 5 Q- J . J Axxmbr V 'fgg 'if 5 :Qs 5 f Kwai' x wif fx x , S x 'E Q 'Ali 3 E 4 x ' .wir it . kai . ' lb 53 25 1 W I L .-',:- . : A, 50 4 2 APO maintains broad social program while honoring massive service commitment to campus, community and country. Sam Swearingen Tom Mills Dave 50Yd Dallas Holmes Steve Smith Don Burchfield Paul Nielsen Archie Sylvia Ray Dahlman Ken Weeks Arthur Sfell David Ford Ray Balch Frank McClenrry Bert Thompson Bob Orta David Renfroe John DeShazo Don Macleod Mike Peters Luis Madrid Rob Regrwer Raymond Peters Farris Thomson 9.4 XXEV.. 'tl , ff-vii Q A 1 B-'Jia WU 'ff 'T' t in v ,O ABOVE: Gamma Sigs attempt to brighten the lives of chil- dren from low income families through their variety show given in the Albert Thomas Cen- ter. RIGHT: Gloria Salinas gets picked up by her sisters at the Sigma Nu Bike Race. ABOVE RIGHT: Jan Parker clings to her vehicle prior to the tricycle competition during Wacky Relays. Nha, ,x Gamma Sigma Sigma entertains disadvantaged children with clowns, carols. Outstanding regional chapter wins spirit trophy for third consecutive year. ' M41 GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA OFFICERS: Barbara Lange CI ice presidenfg Par Sulek, frea- Kelly, corresponding secreraryg Linda Leigh, -I P I4 historian: Vicki Schmid, recording secretary' Mary Thibeaux, president, I Y Adriano Foxf I 57 vice PWS' Nancy Sir g p I t iam Susan Taylor, CI AWS represe SECOND ROW: Nadine 3bI Service-minded Gamma Sigs provide tours for campus visitors, aid handicapped students on campus. X lx, 1 Wx? , , Emi? GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA PLEDGES: Annette Bartz, Faith Mal- ROW: Melva Hernandez, Meg Seidl, Debbie McAdams, Sheri cuit, Eva Perez, Barbara Anderson, Maryland Edwards, Cynthia Khopp, Patsy Page, Linda Askins, Nancy Carmichael, Debbie Day, Kathy Gilley, Lourdes Valero, Linda Reynolds. BACK WiIson,KafI"Iee"Cena'IemP0,ViCkI65ffUf1k- GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA ACTIVES: Linda Sandel, Trisha Bilnoski, Eleanor Jeu, Sharon Brecht, Barb Siegel, Dawn Lock, Martha Zimmerly, Norma Jean Dudley. SECOND ROW: Patty Wasek, Monica Specht, Harriett Hubbard, Saundra Ken- nedy, Diane Baxter, Linda Eranzen, Edna Morris, Jane Self, Christine Hays, Loral Muilenburg, Janet Legler, Belinda Gongora, Sharon Evens, Barbara Stone, Laurie Schaeider, Kathleen Sunseri, Darlene Anne Rife. THIRD ROW: Nancy Keel, Christie Russell, Theresa Brantley, Linda Licarrone, Diane Puffer, Sheryll Gibson, Bobbye Skinner, Ginger Johnson, Becky Greenland, Joanne Gilmore, Sharon Kruss, Chris Anderson, Debby Greenland, Pam McMurrey, Joanne Gilmore, Sharon Kruss, Chris Anderson, Debby Greenland, Gloria Salinas, Carolyn Raemsch, Peggy Neumann, Jo Anne Stubblefield. ss ,-Q Ngrwih ,-. l ,2 3523 'Q' re- un- Communicotions Technicol Troubles plogue KUHF, regulor c ng- ' ' ' A r' , , broodcosting begins in pil with multi-foceted formot. KUHF STAFF: Spencer Gross, an- nouncer, Lynn Saverno, traffic, continuity, Roland Richter, pro- duction manager, Bill Farley, music director, Joe Duncan, pro- gram Director, Norma Jean Dud- ley, women's affairs coordina- tor, Bryan Hill, announcer, Bob Wright, announcer, Arvil Coch- ran, station manager. ABOVE LEFT: KUHF completes their first taping project, "Happening," a teacher education film shown at this year's State Teacher Ad- visory Conference in Dallas. Concert Choir, University Singers give hormonious pertormonce with Houston Symphony. First Presbyterion Church scene of Iyricol concert under direction of Dr. Merills Lewis. Horvest reops "Hippocrene," o flowing anthology of student poetry. tar V : N 1-V-1 ,gui V Q T , s W i jf Dil li s P- l' A f 'r as. so s '5 ,V if 1. ' tm' 9 I J' A 1 . ' I K I3 1 ii V1 Z' . , Q ,. A ,, L ,, 'ft ef 4 M, , Z x v" 14.4 tt ' f'-'- 2-J' sf , AQ 0 , -- Va V , wmfgg 1 M E ' . Ts., .UH ' M' Y es Q' 2. HARVEST STAFF: Thomas MacMorran, editorg Chet Pearson, assistant editor, Linda Lovell, Mark Turner, poetry editors. 365 ,W if ABOVE: Drill leaders add color and choreography to halftrme entertainment. RIGHT: UH Con- cert Band invades U.C. arbor. FAR RIGHT: The Cougar Brass, part of the marching band, cap- tures the musical spotlight dur- ing basketball games and golf tournaments. W T, 11 if "W ..:"s":l f 2 E i fQ'5QiY W s..' .44 L Y.. t sl SEQ A rx 3, s 2 New Bond Director Williom Moftit leods 200 plus spirited students through musicol seosong group hits high note during gridiron contests. 'N so 5 J Fall Daily Cougar endorses Moratorium, crusades for student voice in administrative decision-making . . . photography, reviews, sports and editorials win paper seven awards from Southwestern Journalism Congress. Wifi Qfif Mm New Wit Qeees C UG STAFF: J, . 'Haig ., 4 kj-KST--.1 ti lu-.JA 1-l X., , SSX N 'Hg if F 9 5' if 'N Q s Na- Whwi , 'I, 5 5 Jerrie Chesney, Gary Reichelderfer, editor copy editor Linda Seely, Veda White, features activities editor Rozzie Jackler, features editor Steve Pate, managing editor Richard Stewart, news editor 2'7- as J. , Y-x V t X X T " 'QU 4. , 1 H i -N 'V ,ji I V Eg f 1 W .Maw Q Richard Stewart Rita Blome, Gloria Smith, reporter reporter John Moy, assistant Rozzie Jackler sports editor David Lyons, photographer ABOVE RIGHT: Jerrie Chesney, editor, Richard Steward, news editor. RIGHT: David Lyons, Ravi Arya, photographers. Spring Daily Cougar campaigns for tree campus contraceptives, legalized abortions, pollution controls takes stand against The War, foreign language requirement, mariiuana prohibitions. 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Barnes, Dean H. .. 298, 299 Education . ..... 256 Allen, M. ....... ... 200 Allen, Patricia B. .. ... 164 Allerkamp ....... ... 197 Alley, Donna ... ... 144 Abbgiir Bi-ensan , 219 Allman, Donna .... ... 188 Abel, Sister Jane , 348 Alpha Chi Omega ...,.. 286-87 Abel, Terry L. ............ 336 AlPl"0 Delta UP5ll0"' 233-89 Abelman, Roberta E. ... 212, 352 AlPh9' EP5ll9" Pi -- 290-91 Abner, Glenda F. . ...... 180 A191111 EPSilOI'l Rho - - ... 336 Abshier, George K. ....... 328 Alpha KGPPG Alpha . - . 292 AcAciA .............. 284-85 Alpha Phi Mu ----.. -.-- 3 36 Achey, Calvin S., Jr. . . . . 374 AlPl"U P111 Om999 - 356-359 Ackerman, Wayne M. . ... 273 Alsupf C0"0l W- ---- --- 294 Adgir, Adrian ,,,... 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Don .,....,.. ... 312 Bohner, Joy . ..... ... 333, 247 Boyd, David E, . .. 176 Beekman, Huey P, , , , , 175 Biology Club ,.,..,,,,,,, 256 Boland, James P. ..,.. 220, 248 Boyer, Dr. James . . . 337 Beclqmgnn, Ursula 5, , H 134 Bird, Philip A. . 217, 249, 257, Bolin, Michael J. .. ,..,.. 374 Boyle, Susan ,.... ... ... 352 Beergteeher, Carol S, ,, , 182 249 B0-Linn, Cheelan . .. . 244, 262 Braden, William B,, Jrf . . . .. 252 Beeson, Marilyn ,,,,, , , Q87 Birkholz, Rosalie M. . .. 208 Bolto, Roger . ..... 225 Bradford, Kathryn ., . 8, 256 Behreng, Bettye W, , , Q15 Bittick, Brenda K, ,, , , 182 Bolten, Steven , . .. 203 Bradley, Lynn T. . . . . , .. 208 Belgau, Frank ,,,,,,, ,, 226 Black, Douglas A. . ... 339 BOVHOV, Trip ... .,.... 331 Bradt, Butch ....... ,. 299 Belinowski, Patricia A, ,,, 208 Black, Michael T, . ..,.. 200 Bonar, Albert .. ....., 218 Brady, James D. ..... ., 201 Bell, Judy ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 O0 Black, Robert W. . . 200, 204 Bond, Edwin B, .. ... 180, 373 Brainard, Michael W. .. .. 257 Bell, Melvin R, ,, ,,, 87, 376 Black, Jim ...... ..... 2 81 Bond, Joan ,... .,,... 2 O8 Brame, Gerald L, ,. ., 186 Bellamy, Allen L, ,,, ,,, 199 Blades, Van E, . ... 321 Bond, Robert .. ...,. 232 Branda, James F. . ., 375 Belzons, Sherry L, ,, ,, 285 Blair, Mark .... .. 249 Boney, Jew ....... ... 211 Brandt, Bob .. ,. 310 Bennett, Linda ,,,,, ,,, 257 Blakely, Newell .. ... 223 Boniioy, Randall D. .. ... 356 Brandy, Pete .. .., 305 Bennett, Mona L, ,, ,,,,, 267 Blakeney, Roger ,, ,,,,,,, 199 Bonner, Dottie M, ......... 292 Brannen, Dean T. . ,... .. 196 Benson, Farrell J, , ,, 305, 250 Bland, Charles L. . . . 261, 276 Bonner, Robert H. ........ 186 Brantley, Theresa . . . 362, 246 Bepko, Robert J, H, .H 312 Bland, Carol ,,,,, ,,, 195 Bonner, Ronald ... 228, 264, 265 Branton, Chester ..... ... 245 Berger, Dr, Stalney L, , , ,, 181 Bland, Patsy R. .... . . 292 BOnney, Jerry R. ,......... 376 Bratton, Chester A. . . . 167 Berger, Vernon J, ,,,,,,,, 377 BlGt'llienSl'1lp, Jacob , , ,, 208 BOOl'1e1', William C. .. . 314, 315, Bl'ClUd, Dr. VVllllClTTI G. .. .. 192 Bergeron, Denis E. . 176, 310, 311, Blanton, Barbara E. .. . . 245 280 Braun, Johnnie ..... . . 192 230 Blanton, Sharon ,,,, ,, 268 Booker, Brian N. ., ... 312 Bravenec, George .. 199 Bergeron, William ,, , 311 Blaschke, Sandra A. . .. 343 BOOne, Keith ....... ... 305 Brecht, Sharon ....., .. 362 Bergm' Dr, Duygd ,,,, , 131 Blage, Richard C, ,, ,, 321 Bordeaux, Paul ....... .., 245 Brendel, Nancee M. . .. 334 Berkstresser, Betty K, ,,,,, 260 Blasi, Anthony F. , , , 354 Borgstedte, Linda R. R, .,.. 187 Brener, Marvin L. . . . . 228 Berkstresser, Peggy J, ,,,,, 212 Blatt, David L. ... ,, 294 Boring, Jimmy C. .... ... 197 Brennan, Adele C. . .. 182 Berman, Morris S. .,... 225, 227 Blesener, Jeanette ,, ,,, 188 Borne, Joanne ...,.. . .. 293 Brennen, Eileen .. ., 258 Berner, Lucy L. . ..... 184 Bliss, Richard ..., ,,,,, 2 12 Borrego, George E. ...,.., 191 Brennan, Joan M. .. .. 350 Berry, Debbie ,,, ,, 310 Blome, Rita J. ........ 267, 370 B0fSki, DOr0thy ...,.... 350, 355 Brenner, Ann L. ., . . 276 Best, Nancy E, ,, , 287 Blumberg, Randolph ...... 218 Boston, Rae R. .... ...,. 2 O4 Brevelle, Linda S. ... .. 267 Beta Lambda , , 255 Blumenthal, Reuben D. ..... 291 Bostow, Andrea W. .. ... 213 Brewer, Stephen L. ,. .. 377 Beta Alpha Psi ,,,,,,,,,,, 348 Blunden, Niger . ... ... 188 Bott, John P. ....... .., 356 Brezina, Cassian B. .. .. 374 Beust, Judith M, ,,, 267, 372 373 Blye, Judy C. . .. 277 Bouche, Jeffrey K. .. ... 298 Bridge, Anne M. ... .. 308 Beverly, Kenneth VV, ,,,,,, 339 Blythe, Betty ,. ... 258 Boudreau, Ellen F. .......,. 176 Bridges, Billy G,, Jr. . .. 326 Bezark, Judith R, ,,, , 194 Blytheg Carl D, ... ..... 236 Boudreaux, Joetta R. ..... 7 245 Bridges, Juanita ... . . 208 Bice, Terry L, , ,,, 339 Boatright, Rolan L. ,... 234, 251 Boudreaux, Lionel E. .... 261, 276 Brieger, Sharon ., .. 208 Bieker, Sharon ,,, ,,,,, 258 Boblittg Robert .. . .. 231, 340 Bourquardez, John D. ,... .. 247 Briggs, Charles .. 225 Biel, Howard W, ,,,,,, 228, 265 Bode, Jack ..... ...... 3 05 Bovett, Christopher ... 115, 376 Briggs, Randy ... . . 227 Biggs, Peggy A, L, ,, ,,, 212 Boeger, Gary G. .. ... 288 Bowden, Glenn H, .. ..... 188 Briggs, Ronald P. ... ... 328 Bilao, Rosalyn M, ,, ,,, 258 Boeger, John ....... ... 249 Bowles, Stephen ... ... 219 Brinkley, Shirley W. ...... 187 Billier, B, ,,,,,,,,,,, , 197 Boehme, Katherine A. . .. . 334 Bowling Club ..... ... 240 Briscoe, Barbara A. . .. 212, 260 Billington, Fredrick W, ,, 252 Boeman, Vicki A. .... ... 351 Bowman, Judy R. . .., 351 Briscoe, Linda S. ...... 352, 334 - 1 MID FUI' L ' - snons Home sn I -- - UIIS Q lltllfe your . 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A. .. .. . ... .. 340 Brown, Michael LI ,I 184 Bush, Gwendolyn J. 262, Candelaria, Dolores .. 208 Cates, Lindley ...... ... 231 Brayyn, Raberi MI I -IJJ 179 340 Canino, Roy ..... 206 Catron, Anderson D. .. . .. 190 Brown, Sandford ...,,..,,, 197 Bustillos, Ruben D. 234 Cannon, Annette . 186 Caver, Barry J. ..... ... 203 Brayynsrein, Robert MI II 144, 376 Butcher, Marlorie F. 287 Cannon, William . 195 Cavner, Mark E. .,... ... 33 Brumley, Bob E. ... ,,,,. 374 Butler, Barbara A. 287 Cantu, Sylvia I. . 262 Cawood, Kathleen M. ..... 347 Bruner, Marina II 202 Butler, Edward ...... .... 206 Cap and Gown .. 338 Cenatiempo, Kathleen ... 362 Bruns, Randy ,,,, II 310 Butler, Marianne P. .... ... 187 Capobianco, Rudy . 215 Cernoch, Bennie J. ... ... 341 Brunschwig, -Gaston L, . ,. 328 Byer, Nancy V. 195 Carbonari, Joseph .. 211 Cernoch, Leon R. ..... .... 197 Bryan, Gayle EI 1 ,,,., II 297 Byrd, Fred ........... ... 199 Cardenas, Richard A. .. 250 Chamberlain, Buford O. ... 176 B,-yarn, DrI Edwin 1-lI II II 176 Byrd, Robert L. ..... ... 223 Carlisle, Kathy ,...... 208 Chambers, Jo ....... ..... 267 BSU ,,,,,,,,.,.,,, II 346 Byrd, Thomas I. .. 177 Carlson, Allen 346 Chambers, Leo ..... ... 223 guclqanan, GI SI III II 197 Byrns, Margaret ... ... 208 Carlson, J. ...... 249 Champagne, Joseph . ... 199 Buchanan, Sidney . ,,,., 223 Bythewood, Gilbert 199 Carlson, John ..... 220 Champion, Ronald D. . ... 354 Buckner, Oran S., Jr. 218, 250 Carlton, Edward G. . 294 Chan, Franklin K. ......... 244 gadai, Janis JI ,-,.,,,,,,r, Q62 Carmical, LaVerne .... 211 Chancellor, Loren C. .. 220, 248, Budd, Barbara G. ..... 342, 287 Carmichael, Jimmie H, ., 180 336 Buenner, Gary LI I IIIII 225 Carmichael, Nancy M. . 362 Chapman, Randall D. . ... 123 Bundy, Sherrie LI II II 187 Carp, Dr. Robert ... .. 191 Chapman, Van L. ... ... 265 Bunn, Dean RI III II 237 Carpe, Sylvia M. ......... . 287 Charles, Carolyn J. .. ... 292 Buntiz, Paul ...... . . 249 Cable, Judy ..... 214 Carper, Charles H., Jr. .. 61, 369 Chase, Janice A. D. . . , . . . 182 Buren, Karen BI l-lI II 215 Cahill, John RI, JrI 339 Carr, Frederic S. .......... 201 Chasnott, Dora L. ....... .. 208 Burelqerr, William EI I I 374 Caine, Slqqrgri AI 203 Carr, Michael R. ... .. 320 Choves, Galo E. .... .. 228, 265 l mfr 383 lt's home for about 300!o of our approximately 4300 people. lt's one of the most technically advanced build- ings in this most modern, technically advanced city. The Electric Tower is only the most obvious indication of our growth. We have the world's most advanced, computerized Energy Control Center under construction and nearing completion. Our new instantaneous data recall Customer information System provides our service representa tives with the information they need to handle any customer question or request within seconds. Our management islooking ahead now to the end of the century. One day they may be thinking in terms of next week. . . the next day in terms of the year 2000. 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Box 1700, Houston, Texas 77002. llgrlitfg' fx 81 Power Q 6 W C0lTIP3l'ly S-3 An eoyal opportunity employer 1 Chavis, Philip L. ....,,,... 225 246 Colletti, Sarah J. ..... 149, 287 237, 148 Qhehloooi, Ricci F, ,,,, 248, 336 Clark Rusty .....,,. 374, 377 Collins, Dr. Anthony .,.. 181 Cox, Keith ,... .... 2 04 Cheng, Terence Soi.Tok in M 145, Clark Shannon A. .... ,,... 3 55 Collins, Cathleen M. ....,, 245 Cox, Michael D. . .. 297 219, 244, 252, 253, 341, 249 Clark Dr. Wallis ., 176 Collins, David L. .... ... 218 Crane, Edgar ... .. 204 Cheng, Victor ,... ..... , .. 241 Clark, Thomas . ,. 235 Collins, Elmer W. .. ... 221 Cravens, Logan F. . .. 263 Cherin, Gabriel ... ....,.. 201 Clerks- l-Gl'l'1' " - 212 Collins, Glena L. . ... 303 Crawford, Evert .... .. 204 Chesney, Jerrie M. ..,. 369, 370 Clarke, Phil ,... ,.,, . 30 Collins, Theresa A. ... 292 Cree, Stephanie A. . .. 296 Cheves, Ruth . ., ..... 215 Clerkef Scott B- A--'-4-- 199 Collins, Wayne .. . .. 341 Crenshaw, Joel W. . .. 275 Chew, Rgnnie 4-.,, 192 Clarkson, Mary C. .. 342 335 Colson, Hal ..... ... 374 Criner, Jane ...... ...., . . 188 Childs, Dr, Bgrf H H 221, 34O Claussen, Verne E., Jr ,... 225 Colquitt, James R. ... 377 Cronin, POTriCk O, .... 305, 280 Chin, Eugene . ..,.. 244 ClCiWSOn, Cynthia A. ...... 212 Cominsky, Catherine ... 176 Cross, Bobbet .. ..... 207 Chin, Kenny .............. 244 CIoYf Michael ...,.. 231, 340 Comolli, Kent C. . ... 277 Crouch, Rolland ., .. 205 Chin, Sunny .......... 264, 265 Clegg, Georgia C. C. ..... 208 Compton, Christine ... 184 Crouch, William L. . .. 250 Chinese Student Association . 344 Clements, DV- JCUW95 P- ..-- 181 Conditt, Robert J. . .. 204 Crouse, Edith L. ... .. 187 Ching, Chee L, ........... 244 Clements, Jim ......,.... 269 Condry, Donna J. .. ... 335 Crowell, Michael R. .. .. 191 Chg Omega .,,,,,.444.", 293 Clements, Melinda .... 208, 351 Cone, Joe ...... ... 145 Crowley, James S. . .. 312 Choate, Eugene .. 219 Cleppel' Billy "" "" 251 Conn, Patrick A. . ... 328 Cruikshank, Jerry ,.... .. 206 Choi, Hwi W, ,,,- A, Q49 Clifton, Mary E. .. ...... 256 Connelly, Dave ... 106 Cubage, Spencer E. .. .. 299 Cho,-U5 ,-,-.,. lllll, ,,.. 3 6 4 Clipson, Virginia A. . 194 293 Cook, David M. ,. ... 199 Culbreth, Andrew ,. .. 271 Chovonetz, Edwin D. ....,.. 197 Cloud, Stephen D. . ...... 374 Cook, Glenn E. . .... .. . 251 Cullen, Lucien . ,. 206 Chow, Wai Y. ........ 179, 244 Clylwfnf R0nC1lCl M- -f- 179, 217, Cooke, Dorilee ...,.... ... 208 Cullison, Alon . ... . . 223 Choy, Andrew M, , , ,,,, 244 249 257 Coop Eduqgfion Society H, 257 Culver, Michael ....... .. 203 Christian, Brenda G. . .... 292 Clyde, Linda J. ... ....... 258 Cooper, Gary ........,,,, 339 Cummings, Kathryn A. .. 260 Christopher, Beth .... .. 302 Cobb, James P., Jr. . 328 329 Cooper, Rigk H M, M, 331 Cundieft, Jacqueline K. .... 180 Chumley, Reba M. P ...... 236 Cocllronf Awll A- 4 181, 363, 336 Copeland, Jo Ann ........ 145 CU"ld1flt Robert R- ---- -- 199 Clampit, Roland .......,,. 281 C0Cl1V9"1ef Edgof A- -4---- 354 Copeland, Kathleen A. .,.. 287 Cunningham, Anne ... .4 293 Clapham, Mork C, ,,,, 320, 374 Cock, Carmen .....,.. 342, 283 Copen, Melvyn .....,. 205, Q37 Cunningham, Burlin .. 234 Clarepet, Roland .... 312 C0ClsS, WGS? .,.......,..- 354 Copenhaver, Steven C. ... 201, 275 CUUUWQFWUWI Cwrolvn - ---- 293 Clark Billy .,..... .. 333 Codrington, Charles P. ... 245 Coppinger, Paul A. ....... 253 CUT? Ruth ---'-------- --- 262 Clark Clara J. F. .. .. 256 Cottman, Kathleen S. .. 228, 262, Copple, Goo ,,,,,, ,,,, 3 I5 Curley, Thomas J. ., ... 41, 373 Clark Dolores C. .. .. 335 340 Corder, Harry B. . M, 250 Curran, Bret T. . .... 348 Clark Eddie E. .... ,. 320 Coggin, Maris M. .... 187, 337 Coselli, Paul .... ... 206 Curry, Herbert . ,. 235 Clark, Howard R., Jr. . .. 204 Cohen, Dr. Charles P. ..... 192 Couch, Andrew L. . ... 298 Curry, K. ,.... ,, 186 Clark James L, ,.,. .. 201 Cohen, Martin ...... .. 188 Council ot 22 ., ... 258 Czcllesf DV- L- A- ----- -----H 265 Clark Jim . . . .. 256 Colbert, Paul M. .. .. 245 Courtney, Jean .. ... 187 Czerwinski, Peter J. ... 218, 250 Clark Jon C. ... .. 252 Colbert, Roy .... .. 173 Covington, James ... 223 Clark Judith C. ... ,. 208 Cole, David ...... .. 212 Cowie, Michael N. ,,, 356 Clark June E. W, ,. .. 182 Cole, Joseph E., Jr. ...... 188 Cox, Carol ..... ... 187 Clark Lynn H. ,.... ..... 253 Cole, Tex ......,..... 261, 277 Cox, Dr. John A. ..., ,... 192 Clark, Mike . ............ 377 Coleman, Melvin W. .,,,. 273 Cox, J, L. ,,,,.,..,,,,,,,, 223 Clark, Patsy R. .... 256, 342, 103, Colletti, Samuel N. ., ,. 268 Cox, Judy M. G. .. 142, 145, 195, Dagley, Ronald E. .. .. 199 Ci ttti plitrients all . . . 1? ETIIR EGG? Electrical and Chemical Processes and Processing Equipment for treating petroleum and petroleum products PETROLITE CORPORATION i 1? 531153.53419 ii 1 5455 o.s.r. e WA1nut6-7431Jl i Cloilaivrs to Ilan' Mr. Big and Mr. TALL Downtown 1019 Congress at Fannin 227-0291 Southwest 3121 South Post Oak Rcl. 623-4658 Est 1 892 QQ vom BEAUTIF DAIRY PRODUCTS 3417 Leeland Oak F3l'lTl 385 DOS-Jl9Y, Terrelle N. .4------ 186 Davis, Steve .... . . 290 Dewan, Prem B. . . 336 Dorsey, Dennis ... 212 Dagostino, Philip A, .,,. 225, 261, Davis, Susan A, ,.,,,,, ,, 342 Dewalt, Steven H. . 250 Dossat, Roy .... ... 235 227 Dawkins, George ...... . . 220 Deworeck, Stewart , 336 Dotson, Lionel . . . . . 376 Doigle, William E, .. .... 200 Dawson, Lawrence M., Jr. .... 277 Diaz, Norma E, .... 192 Dougherty, Tom ......., ... 206 Daily Cougar ..... .. 368-371 Dawson, M. 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Allen . 348 Doutel, Rick ............., 241 Daniel, David W. .......... 182 Dechiro, Dianne . .. 303 Dietert, Douglas J. 269 Dowda, Larry ............. 271 Daniel, Norman .. ....... 205 Decker, Jerry L, , ,, 257 Dieudonne, Jean A. 182 Dowden, Melvin D. . 217, 249, 257 Daniel, Ronald C. . .. 120, 298 Dee, Beverly A. . .,.. 267 Ditiin, Patricia E. ...... 248 Dowden, William C. ...... 374 Daniel, Sharon .. ...... 194 Deese, Joe R, ...... .. 191, 263 Dillard, Judy ,,..,..... 258 Downie, Dr. Edward B. . ... 192 Daniel, Victor J. .... ... 199 Deforke, Joseph A. 218, 250 DiMaria, Mary A. P. .. 213 Downing, Robert L., J ... 201 Daniels, Judy A. A. .. . . . 202 Defrates, Kathryn S. ....... 287 Dingle, Robert L, JF, .. 288 DFOSFTISV, Dolly ..... . . . . . .. 355 Danielson, John L. .. ... 348 Degregori, Dr. Thomas R. ... 201 Disch, James G, ....... 321 Drake, Dr. G. 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Dee . . . 179 Evans, David .. . 312 Ferguson, Dr. Sue W. ...... 194 Ford, Bill J. ............. . 339 Evans, Mars ..... ... 376 Ferguson, Thomas R. ... 261, 277 Ford, Charles G. . ...... 374 Evans, Marty ............ 328 Ferguson, Wayne ........ 273 Ford, David ...... . . 357, 354 Evans, Dr. Richard M. .. 192, 211 Fernald, Rosa K. ...... 2, 325 Ford, Sharon D. .. ...... 202 Evans, Sharon L. . . . . 362 Ferrell, Jesse B., Jr. ....... 340 Fortney, Nancy D. . . . . . . 337 Evevam, Peggy . . 300 Fetchin, Mary A. . . . . . 258 Faster, Al ...... . . . . 186 Ewing, Lee W. . . . 261 Fey, Dorothy M. . . . . 188 Foster, Kathleen . . . 245 Fieglein, Michael . . .. 340 Foster, Peg ...... . .. 187 Fields, Emmett B. . . . . 161 Fouke, Harry H. . . .. 162 Filipp, Carolyn F. ... ... 343 Fowler, JoAnn ... ... 176 Fillingim, Donald K. . ... 346 Fox, Adriann M. . .... 361 Finch, Bob ......... ... 305 Fox, Dr. Donna R. ... ...... 194 Faber, Dr. Ludwig A. ..... 185 Finch, Joyce G. 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J. ...,... 369 Godwin, Marty . .. , .. 191 Frederick, Eric .... ..... 2 06 Garcia, Frank T. ., .. 340, 280 Gentry, Dorris A. .,, . ,.., 215 Gold, Lawrence , .. ,,..... 197 Freeman, David L. . ,..,., . 233 Garcia, Gerald J. .. ... 259 Gentry, Warren M. ...., 249 Goldberg, Allard A. . ., 201, 317, French, Gary L. ...... 140, 356 Garcia, Gilbert ,. ... 241 George, Madelaine I. .. 188, 286 281 French, Layne B. ,, ....... 320 Garcia, Juliet ... ... 194 Gerald, Warren .,., ..... 2 51 Golden, Gary .....,, ., 200 Frenger, Karen A. .. ., 215 Garcia, Maria G. ........ 184 Gerhard, Barbara L ,,.. 195 Goldtarb, Stephen W. . .. 258 Friedman, Mark S. .. 290 Garcia, Ruben ..,,.. 228, 265 Gerinaker, Robert .... .. 348 Goldfield, Linda S. ... .. 209 Friedman, Paula R. ., 184 Garcia, Toby .... ...... 2 64 Gernand, Bette G. A. . ., 337 Goldhirsh, Rikki I. ,..., .. 325 Friedman, Steve .., .. 290 Garcia, Toribio R. .. .. 265 Ghazzaly, Osman .. 218 Goldschmidt, Eugene P. .,,. 176 Frings, Yvette Y. M. ....... 214 Gardner, Bobby . .. 315 Gialqournakos, John ,. 250 Gomez, Antonio A. .... . , 180 Fritz, Joseph ,.....,.,.,.. 205 Gardner, David .,.,,,. .. 206 Giammalva, Charles ....... 200 Gondron, Maureen E. , ..... 350 Fry, Benny R, ......... 269, 374 Gardner, Lawrence, Jr ,.. 180 Gianelloni, James R. ...... 329 Gangora, Belinda J. ... 342, 362, Frye, Deborah M. . ....... 292 Gardner, Linda ....,.. .. 209 Gibbs, Chuck ........ 228, 340 103, 246, 350 Frye, Naime .... .. 297 Garlin, Lila R. B. .,., .. 187 Gibbs, Jimmy L. ...... 341, 346 Gongora, Rita S. ......., ,, 188 Frye, Nemo ...... .. 283 Garner, Billy G., Jr. ., 374 Gibson, Granvel D. ........ 179 Gonzales, Benito ........ .. 212 Fuchs, Dr. Richard ., ., 179 GO"f19Vf Gene C- -M .A 310 Gibson, lsabel ,....... 208, 337 Gonzales, Armando ,,.,... 241 Fuchs, Roslyn B. ... ., 290 Garrett, Clinton T. .. ., 188 Gibson, Sheryll R. . ..... 362 Gonzales, Dora ... 228, 262, 340 Fullen Delwm D- , U 118 Garrett, Cynthia L. 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E. .. ..... 265 Gilmore, John .,,,.... 230, 268 Gordon, Tommy L. ...... . 273 Gaden, Peggy ,,,,,,,, 342, 335 Gassner, Jane E. .. 323, 296 Girala, Michael A. ,..,... 197 Gore, Blanche A. . ., 187 Gaines, Michael M, ....,.. 199 GOf9Si FGblSf1V19 S. UH 137, 287 Gloss, Alana E. C. ,... 140, 145, Gore, Glenda ,... .. 182 Gallagher, James A. .,.,.., 348 Gates, Glenna M. B. ., .,, 209 337 Gossen, Lynette S. .. ,. 256 Gallagher, Joseph G. ...,,. 375 Gause, Russell W. ., .. 203 Glass, Alana C. . . 187 Gossie, Michael .. ., 192 Galloway, Linda ...,.. 286, 287 Govito. Alfredo A- .. .. 194 Glasse, Kelly L. . . 246 Gottschalk, William .... ... 259 Galloway, Robert L., ,,,, 354 Gavranavic, Thomas J. . ... 294 Glaunch, Carolyn . 351 Goynes, Wanda D. ..,, 287, 310 Galvan, Reyes J. , .. 201 Gayle, Stephen M, , ...., 298 Glover, Albert '.. ..,.,. 251 Gaza, Robert L. , ..,., 173 Gamble, Andy . ., 230 Gee, George P. ,...,. 244, 265 Glover, Steven A. ..... 332, 247 Gaza, Steven H. . .. 252 Gambrel, David ... ... 248 Gee, Jane M. .........,. 209 Good, Johnny F. ., ..., 310 Grale, John .,.,,, .,. 377 Gamma Alpha Chi .,. 259 ' Geist, Stephen R. , 227, 261, 277 Goar, Gerard J, .. , 195 Grady, Michael K. ,. ,.,,. 314 Gamma Sigma Sigma 360-362 Gelabert, Aquiles A. ..,, 221 Gaber, Rebecca L, . 195 Graef, Glenn E., Jr, ..., 63, 374 People who live in GAS houses live modern. houston HBLUIBI Q85 Graeter, Nancy . Graft, William .,,.... Graham, Suzanne L. Grams, Jacqueline Gratch, Dr. Gerald Gravonovich, Tam Graves, Audrey . , Gray, Dr. Horace B. Gray, John ........ 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Jr. . Hoimes, Gary Ho1t, Doie M . .... , Hoizband, Bruce ....... .. Homan, Catherine P. M. .... . 213 269 223 207 200 262 190 300 354 354 315 176 175 191, 206 269 190 317 157 197 176 273 188 335 175 339 249 182 374 192 283 237 258 259 268 374 357 191 265 317 213 Hamm, M. ......... . Honeycutt, Glenard K. Hood, Frank .............. Hooker, Howard Hooper, Debby Horaist, Patricia A. Horak, Bohuslay ... Horn, Lyne11 ,..,.. Horn, Sandra A. H. Horne, John E., Jr. Horsley, Dona C. .... . H., 11 . 227, Houghtaling, Gerald A. House, Larry W, .,,. . Howard, Michael L. Howeil, Howeli, John .,.. Howeil, Mlchaei 1. James P, .,.. . 272, Howeil, Raymond Y. ... Howsam, Robert .. ... HRMA ..........,....... Hrncir, Mary A. ... 231, 262 Hrncir, Mary E. B. ....... . Hsiao, Keh-Hsien ,.... 340, Hubbard, Harriett L. Huddie, Ted R. .,.. . Hudock, Paui J. .. Hudson, Ronnie L. Huebei, Robert R Huii, Donaid G .. Hughes, 8111 ,. .,.. . Hughes, M1chae1 R Hu1t, Margaret N. Humphrey, George Hunt, Judy ...... Hunt, Robert P ., Hunter, Jack D .,... .... Hunter, Mariiyn A Hunter, Robert T 308, Huriey, Eiaine L, K Hurst, James T. 321 319, Hurt, Ben ........... .... 197 199 245 261 287 185 175 343 337 331 351 235 320 188 245 221 199 354 205 251 340 231 341 362 321 253 377 341 195 339 246 296 206 254 197 237 309 182 209 281 374 Hurt, Byron L. Hurt, Worth ........ Husfeld, Richard W, , Hutchens, Richard C. .. Hutcherson, Christopher Hutchenson, Charles ., Hutchinson, Arthur L. .. Hutto, Richard S. .... . Hwang, Ned . Hyde, Edwin P. . Hyer, Dr. June .... lce, Phil .,.... .. . IFC .............. lckes, Thurmon J., Jr. .. l.E.E.E. ............. . llfrey, William T. , . Irving, Carolyn L. . lsackson, Mai. John . ISA lsenberg, Susan L. . ISO .......,... lvey, William .. Jack, Ida M, ..,.. Jackler, Rosalind E. . . Jacks, Marianne ., Jackson, Andrew .. Jackson, Bill ...... Jackson, Candace ... Jackson, Margaret L. . ffaggk 'Q.3',,X Hyden, Penny J, J. ....... , 185, 315 234 .. 176 .. 175 259 271 199 7, 277 218 251 343 211 221 280-81 265 251-252 185 292 270 343 275 345 258 300 370 213 212 184 302 310 Jackson, Ralph H. ......... 227 Johnson, John O., ll . ... 192 Joyce, Doug . .,.... ... 319 Jackson, Dr. Richard A, ... 186 Johnson, John T. ...... ... 199 Joyner, John R. ... 218, 250, 252, Jackson, William J. ..... .. 179 Johnson, Katheryn E. .. ... 182 341 Jacobs, Charles ........,.. 217 Johnson, Lary ...... .... 2 69 Judd, Dr, Larry R. .. ... 194 Jacobs, Marguerite A. ... 195 Johnson, Melanie L. ..,.... 337 Judice, Patricia .. ... 300 Jacobs, Sharon G, ... ... 325 Johnson, Paul G. ..... 251, 348 Juren, Ronald M. . ... 356 Jacobs, Veronica F. , ... 300 Johnson, Raymond W. ...,. 192 Juroska, Chester R. .. .. 186 Jacobus, Charles J, . . .. 145 Johnson, Reginald B. ...... 245 Justus, Robbie M. . ... 202 Jalutka, Royce E. . ... 179 Johnson, Dr. Richard R, ..,. 186 Jamail, Janice A. . ... 302 Johnson, Robert C. .... .., 204 James, Deborah S. .... . .. 302 Johnson, Roderick G. , . . .. 253 Jameson, Dr. David .. ... 176 Johnson, Thomas L. .. .,, 320 Jamil, Vohiba .... ...... 1 92 Johnson, Travis C, .. .... 152 Janacek, Monalisa R. . . 349, 351 Johnston, Mary G. , ..... . 260 Janik, Marvin J. ... ...... 250 Johnston, Mike ........ 59, 374 Kachelmeier, Glenda J. S . . . 130 Jankiewitz, Harry . .. . 226 Jones, Beverly J. C. . ... 337 Kachelmeier, Russell E. .. . 200 Jaouhar, Mehdi ... ... 375 Jones, Bill L. ....., .. 309 Kalinec, John E,, Jr. .... 231, 268 Jetfords, Russell M. . ... 256 Jones, Billy R. .. . 197 Kalinowsky, Margaret K. ... 186 Jeffrey House .... ... 352 Jones, Dave . . ... 103 Kambhu, Kawi ..,.. ,. .. . 218 Jenkins, David C, . . ... 245 Jones, David A. . ...... 142 Kanter, Harvey ... ., . 215 Jenkins, Pamela S. . ... 103 Jones, David ... .. 240 356 Kaplan, Leonard .. .... . 223 Jenkins, Thomas ... ... 108 Jones, Donald ... ... 227 Kappa Alpha ... ... 304-305 Jenkins, Stephen C. . . . . 320 Jones, Eddie, lll . . . . 375, 206 Kappa Delta Pi . . .. 337 Jenkins, Thomas W, ....... 377 Jones, Floyd .... , . . 235 Kappa Epsilon .. . . . 262 Jenkins, William ...... 173, 172 Jones, Howard . .. 208 Kappa Kappa Psi . ... 259 Jennings, Janice E. ........ 182 Jones, Judith J. . , 186 Kappa Psi ...... . . 264-65 Jernigan, Rev, Allan ... 348, 347 Jones, Kenneth . . 203 Karate Club .,.,., ... 241 Jerome, Dr. Eldon K. ..,,.. 194 Jones, Larry D. ............ 227 Karr, Beniamin L. . 204 Jeu, Eleanor T. K. ... .. . 362 Jones, Lynn G. .......... 277 Katser, Arthur . , .. 211 Jewell, Dove ....,... .. , 345 Jones, Martha ... 231, 262, 340 Katz, Paul N. ... ...... 219 Jimenez, Albert P., Jr, . . 192 Jones, Paul A. ........... 339 Keaton, Lester W, .... 146, 333 Joe, Raymond .... ... 244 Jones, Phillip D. .. .. 374 Keete, Claudia D. ... . .. 293 Joe, Sue A. ...... ... 48 Jones, Puddin ... . 374 Keeter, Constance A, . ... 296 Johnson, Dr. Dale L. .. ... 192 Jones, Rick ......... .. 311 Keel, B. ............. ..... 172 Johnson, Donald E, ........ 181 Jones, Dr. Robert J. .. . . , 176 Keel, Nancy .. .. . .. 187, 362 Johnson, Dr. .,,........... 337 Jones, Rosemary E. ....... 300 Kehoe, Patrick .... . . . . 223 Johnson, Ginger ... 176 342 362 Jones, Russell .,.. 197, 264, 265 Keisling, Michael H. . ... 231 Johnson, H. ...........,.. 237 Jones, Sandra J. ......... 192 Keith, Allen D. .... ... 376 Johnson, Harold .... ... 275 Jones, Stephen J, .,...... 197 Keith, Lois C. ...... ... 356 Johnson, Harold G. . ... 192 Jordan, Margaret ..... 194, 342 Kelleher, Kevin G. .. . .. 298 Johnson, John ... ... 227 Jordan, Margaret A. ... 300 Keller, David H. .. ... 298 A University of Houston Grad You Should Know Geo. M. Darsey, vice president of the Metropolitan Division of First City National Bank, is a 1956 graduate of the'University of Houston and a good man to know as you climb up the ladder of success in your chosen field. In case you're still mulling over your career plans, why not consider banking, a solid profession with a dynamic future. Ask Geo. M. Darsey. He'l1 give you the facts. 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T. .. ..... 252 Kruse, Sharon K. . ..., 362 Lassiter, Stephen U. , ... 284 Kennedy, R055 P, ,,,,, H, 205 Kitson, Gary D. . ......... Kubosh, Ernest L. .. ... 298 Lau, Nora E. K. .... ... 337 Kennedy, Saundra A. . ,M 362 Kittinger, W. G. . 9, 253 KUHF ..,,........ ... 363 Loucher, William G. . ... 259 Kerman, Karlrlie K, ,,,,, 352 Kittrell, James D. .. ....,.. 355 Kumrner, Betty J. .. ... 209 Laughter, Rebecca M. ... 289 Kent, Dayid ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 39 Kline, Cheryl ,S. .... ,. 188 Kunnecke, Jacqueline .. . ,. 187 Laughter, Ray .. .. . ,, 288 Kem, Dqvid W, ,,,,,,, 198, 199 Kline, Christopher R. . .. 310 Kutch, Gary A. .... ... 241 Launey, Suzanne . ... 182 Kepaerl, Barbara ,,,,,,,,,, 262 Klinger, Harold B. , .,.,. 328 Kwan, Thomas .. ... 244 Laura, Tom ,.... ... 206 Kerman, James Q, l-r, , U, 195 Klodginski, Eugene E. .. 248, 249 Kyle, Bob L. .... ... 374 Law Hall ........ ... 351 Kerrlg, Ronald ,,,,,, ,H 226 Klopp, Sheri D. .... ..,. 36 2 Kyle, Richard M. . ... 251 Lawerence, Sharlet ...,U ., 258 Kestenberg, Dr. Louis , U, 186 Knobloch, Joe W. , ., 231 Lawless, Kathy L. .. . 91, 134, 296 Kesler, Ted ,M ,,,,, ,H 347 Knoll, Charles W. .. .. 231 Lawless, Robert .... ....... 205 Key, Lacy, lll 4 , , , , 235 Knowles, Johnnie L. . , 227 Lawrence, Dr. Addison . . . . . 176 Kiel, Nancy ... ... 255 Knole, Mike , ..... .. 320 Lawrence, Dion P. . ,, ... 275 Kieler, Bruce W, , , , , 185 Koetting, James .. 226 Lawrence, Robert ..... . . . 206 Kialqr, Randall L, , H, 376 Kohler, David ..... ,. 206 Labbe, Par ,,,,,,,, H 258 Lawrence, Dr. Nelda R. .. . ,. 200 Kilbaarne, William U, Q04 Kolius, John W. .... .. 323 Laqaur, 1-larfharne F, U 197 Laws, Charlotte E. Oliver ... 337 Kimback, James .. ,. 197 KOmO"ClWli, AfK'lf9W -- 214 Laetz, Linda M. Larkin .... 209 LOWSOH, Edward D- -. .. .. 180 Kimball, Aubrey P. ,. 177 Kong, Manning A. .. 251 Lafterty, George D. ....... 304 Lawson, Leslea P- ... . . 260 Kimble, A. ....... ...,, 1 76 Konnagan, Gay .. 195 Lagrone, Pamela A. . '214, 334 Lawton, Douglas T. ...... . 173 Kiricheloe, H. Karen ....,,. 202 Kaoper, israel .... -. 212 Lai, Ngok-Hina, L. .. 221, 244 LOWVOH, Nancy M. Phillips .. 202 Kina, Bgrry ,,,,,, U 176, 197 Kopecky, Eileen M. , .,.. 356 Latch, Dayid L, U M, 310 Layne, Gail ........ ...... 209 Klrla, Greg ,,,,,, , ,,,, 305 Kopriya, Gustav A. , ..,,. 250 Laird, John .... ,,, 221 Lazarine, Randy D. .... 103, 328 King, Dr. John O. . .. 186 KOPYC1f1Sl41, Anita R- 337, 255 Lala, Rebecca D. . .. 342 Leach, Mary V. . .... 259 King, Karen A. .. ... 302 KOV0, Jaanne E- --- ,,--- 335 Landry, Larry J. . ,. 285 LEOCl1, William . .. 218 King, Paul l-l, H ,H ,N 305 Karnblith, ivan G. .. 317 lane, Candace P, H H, 187 League, Larry .. ... ... 246 Kina, Shelley K, ,,,,, U, 352 Koster, Nikki ..... ,. 241 Lane, Viyian ,,,,,,, H 343 Leal, Richard . ..... . . .. 199 Kingsley, Margaret A. ..... 343 Kasvt, JOW1 ---- -- 199 Langdoc, Mary L. 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Un the- vw of his gl't'ill vivtory at 'inn ,lzu'into. thc- Gc'm'rul's hom'-swarv tlfllly re-sh-d nc-ur tht- pre-sa-nt sito of Qhe-ll's llouslon l'4'illl1'l'y and t'lll'lIllt'Zll blunt. Nona- of us min cw vr do is hat Sain Houston did for Texas. But wcire happy that Shell is ahlv to play u vital role in thv dynamic growth of our grval Staten By providing 7500 johs in Tc-xas, 5500 in Houston and Harris County ulonv. ' By pumping more than a million dollars a day into the' Tflxas t'l'0Il0l1ly. through taxi-s. payrolls. royalty puyinc-nts, and goods and services purvhusa-d from Tc-xas supplivrs. A small vontrihulion vomparvd tc Sami llouston's. llul as is 1- said lwfore. thi- Ge-nn-rzil's a lough ai-t to follow. 1 Malone, James . . . ..... 234 Martin, Larry . 377 McCarver, Holly E. ,..,..,. 94 MCGuttey, Janie ..,. . . . 310 Malone, Kenneth W, . .. 285, 280 Martn, Laura 287 McCathern, Judith A. .... 262 McGuire, Walter F. .. ... 341 Malone, Richard .. . . . 203 Martin, Lee ... 193 McCaugherty, Larry ....... 265 McKay, George ...., . . . . . 234 Maloney, Sally A. . .. 335 Martin, Marilyn .. 302 McClain, Larry G, ,,,. 321, 319 McKenzie, William J., Jr. ... 269, Man, Evalene M. . .. 187 Martin, Ray B., Jr. . 191 McClain, P, .............. 203 109 Manahan, Jervis .. 232 Martin, Thomas W. .. ... 198 McClatchey, Ellen F. ,.. 246, 303 MCK1"tl'teYf Anflefie --- --- 209 Mancuso, Norma . .. 187 Martinez, Janie .... 262 McCleery, Ivan J. 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Thompson . 210 MUHOS, Bill ...,..... 234 Men's Dorm Government . .. 353 Mitchell, Dr. Barbara . . . . 187 More, Blain ............. 249 Murphy, David S. .... 201 Mercer, Bernice CMomJ ... 206 Mitchell, Cameron ... 205 Moreland, Gerald T. ... 250, 341 Musachia, Jeanette M. 215 Merick, H. .......... .. 218 Mitchell, Iris .. ... 203 Morgan, Charles, Ill ....., 176 MUSC, James ... .. 211 Messner, Walter K. . .. 241 Mitchell, James .. .. .. 193 Morgan, Diana L. ..... 310, 293 MUSE, MC1I'ilyn .. .. 182 Metcalf, Ray ... .. 321 Mitchell, John E. ..,....... 184 Morgan, Dr. George T., Jr. . 186 Musgrave, Ray ..... 208 Meyer, Bill ..... . . 310 Mitchell, Robert L., Jr .... 375 Morgan, Richard W, ..... i 200 MUSTUCWO, DebOl'Cll'l M. 287 Meyer, Billye V. .. .. 302 Mitchell, Tommy ..... ... 250 Morolda, Tony ..' ..... .. 118 Muster, Douglas ..... 221 Meyer, Bruce A. .. .. 373 Mixon, John .,,... . . . 223 Morony, Michael G. . .. 186 MYe"5f COYWWE2 -. 292 Meyer, Therese L. . .. 289 Mottit, Richard W. . . . . . 259 Morris, Bessie J. 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Weyrich, John A. . ... 203 375 335 212 203 198 298 193 310 210 292 203 221 355 193 312 179 259 218, 252 226 269 210 235 377 269 352 21 1 346 346 346 241 215 199 246 176 362 300 267, 300 200 297 181 351 354 251 233 204 288 310 339 340 193 94 227 258 357 285 245 147 21 1 234 266 194 288 97 335 376 181 351 193 194 198 179 197 179, 248 347 351 147, 302 201 328 245 Whaley, Cherry .. .. Wheat, Charles T. . . .. Wheeler, Thomas G. ..... . Whitaker, T. N. ..,.... 219, White, A. A. . White, Ardis . White, Bone . . . White, Charles ... White, George J, White, Mathilda . White, Randle C, White, Stuart E. . White, Tim D. . White, Veda F. . . Whitehead, Dr. James ffisd Whitehurst, Dr. James R, ,, Whitfield, Capt. Horace Whitman, Marcus G. . 1 215 176 253 253 253 218 206 206 189 292 31 1 249 314 370 245 165 273, 271 180 237 Who's Who .......... 144-147 Wieland, Dr. Betty A. Wiggins, Larry G. .. Wight, Barrie ...... Wiinberg, Willem A. Wilbeck, Jean E. ... Wilborn, Sandra E. Wilder, Jonathan M. 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