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Students take advantage of the carnival atmosphere to break out the frisbees, crack a keg, and stuff a face full of chicken. The Stu- dent Association provided the funds for the free fair. ABOVE: Mickey Leland urges crowd to confront Gov. Smith and demand the release of Lee Otis Johnson, a black activist sentenced to 30 years in prison for possession of one mariiuana cigarette. Gov. Smith intended to speak ot UH as a part of his re-election campaign, Smith visit draws fire from angry studentsg controversy centers around Lee Otis johnson case A - '.:r-gn.: E2 , , N, I. 1. . , wriwrn vw ff t - .- is resign ml I1 I .- .-. ,sf va orkin g for Texas f X 3 2 Q H . 1 we . ""'l?"" Smlth heckled at "speech," leaves Without saying a word . . . Hoffman suspends Chapman pnor to court hearing, students, faculty criticize President's move. RIGHT: Two clenched fists re- flect feelings of anti-Smith stu- dents. FAR RIGHT: Randy Chap- man holds the broom with which he allegedly chased Pres- ton Smith. Chapman denied the allegation. ABOVE, EXTREME RIGHT: Larry Fultz, head of Traffic and Security, views the nonsspeech. ABOVE, THIRD FROM RIGHT: Smith is helped on stage under the watchful su- pervision of Chapman. ABOVE, SECOND FROM RIGHT: Smith waits during introduction. Both speakers who introduced Smith were subject to approximately the same level of heckling as the governor. Both managed to finish their statements, Smith did not begin his. ABOVE RIGHT: After Smith left, furious arguments ensued between stu- dents as to whether the gover- nor actually had been denied the right to speak. EAI' .- Q :A 'TPL f 3 4 4? , ggurl A al' Q. 'lv' x xx 'w, x VX X .4- -T AQKQK ' 1 fl 'K , J , N'-A-A. X-X Uv s J 33 1 Guest musicians give campus good sounds, warm feelings. RIGHT: Paul Mauriat of "love is Blue" fame and his orchestra perform at Hofheinz Pavilion Mauriat attempts to find a com mon ground between the diver gent sounds of light classical music and hard rock. ABOVE RIGHT: Lightnin' Hopkins, leg endary blues singer with such impressive admirers as Bob Dylan and John Lennon, gives UH students a sampling of au thentic blues. Hopkins demon strated the power of the blues a power derived from the gut expression of feeling. FAR RIGHT: Throughout the year rock bands gave free concerts in the University Center. The spirit of these occasions, reflect ed in the ecstatic face of a drummer, usually overcame the poor acoustics. 1 ,,, V fu.:-1: U. x ' lwfiviwim r 1' M: I ff' B i-' f aux! . P 'in' rs" 4.153 im vf ,. If 3 --Q i 1 F . Q Q ,,,, 5 o 53' 'N GQ- My -Q ing. 36 'shun-13 ,q-'-'-,,..- -L............--4 94 ,-- x Ei 3? Computerized registration hits UHQ administrators students kiss off old method Fall 1970 saw the end of long lines, frustrating doubletalk, and the pushy crowds that pro- vided unpleasant memories for veterans of the old registration process. The demise of the old institution in favor of a compu- terized system seemed to gener- ate more relief than nostalgia among students and administra- tors. i 1 'v R 4 x I as RIGHT: The Cougar "mad dog" defense pulls down Syracuse tailback Ron Trask after a short gain. ln series from CENTER RIGHT TO BOTTOM, UH full- back Steve Smith bursts through a gap in the Syracuse defensive wall, then fumbles. Alert Orangeman Gary Bletsch f47l recovers ball. FAR RIGHT: De- fensive Left End Kent Branstet- ter upends a Syracuse back. LOWER RIGHT: Tight End Earl Thomas f88J puts a move on Syracuse defender after snag- ging a pass from QB Terry Peel. UH All-American Elmo Wright caught two TD passes while lit- tle Robert Ford dashed 99 yards with another. Coogs smash Syracuse 35 7 with long passes tough defense in 1970 grid season opener V 'ruvif -WWW" ',1,'iv7iK 5 QQ. ,, .Wi . ,., NV Q 5 -J - M, . fi.- - ' i ,,. , A .. " . Q 4, -r . 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BOTTOM: Right corner back Ronny Peacock drags down a Mississippi State receiv- er after a pass completion. The Cougars powered to a 31-14 win as fullback Heiskell scored three TDs on short runs and halfback Mozisek streaked past Bulldog defenders for 39 yards and a fourth score. Q is 'U 'E-x " ' Y. Q .E f ,: A .N - . -'Q ix, 2 1 E9 9514" 9 'NN 4 xw-xx X X W. xv ,. x , --, .4 .Ml NWN., WL , D vw X130 RIGHT: Quarterback Terry Peel and Flanker Robert Ford, tense and tired from a grueling Ore- gon Stote game, watch action from sidelines. The explosive pair teamed for a sensational 99-yard pass-run TD against Syracuse in the season premier. ABOVE, FAR RIGHT: A big Ore- gon State Beaver gets to the moon, Mullins that is, as Cou- gar quarterback barely mana- ges to lateral. BELOW, FAR RIGHT: Houston "Mod Dog" defense, led by Ray Mullins and Mike Bolin, lives up to its name as opposing runner is hounded and brought down. Last minute Peel to Wright TD aerial rips a tenacious Oregon State squad 19-16. X ,g are - z ,vwl ...M 'rw ta , . KL. Y MU JY! J ., Q 'V 1 X 'i at .t..t J ' Ji! Ax' x-vw-4-x,.,Qn.xw.NN+-,i N .mugv .x -. .4 Np,.+.w- ' -'-7 .ZY'..vRxxwmsu:kxxf--xswkwtwom xx x , xx ,..,. , "fl Ns RIGHT: Fullback Lee Otis Brun- gard exemplifies 'Bama power running as he bursts past UH defensive line. FAR RIGHT: Elmo Wright, playing a spectac- ular first half, grabs pass over defender's outstretched hands. MIDDLE RIGHT: Earl Thomas, leaping in front of defensive safety, snares a Mullins pass. BELOW: UH power runner Ted Heiskell literally runs over Tide linebacker. BELOW RIGHT: John Musso, the Alabama tail- back who ran for 156 yards, drives high over scrimmage for first down. BELOW, EXTREME RIGHT: Musso exhibits beautiful combination of strength and balance as he breaks Charlie Hall's tackle and starts upfield for long gain. 'QT f"f un-v "jf, LU ' 'W FB. 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Later the Rebel Quarterback was severely iniured, sidelining him for the rest of the regular season. xx! Qi Y-'gill sw iixfg' W i LW Q is ii' T Q I ' ,, I I J' ,-, .... it gn Q-'O .'. 4 ..- pq Q 8 6 'l IIJU-fb if Ole Miss mauls lifeless Cougars 24-13 in revenge victoryg Wins handily despite injury to star quarterback. fr' e.e5YU"'i W' fax., I il I Q r 2 F my w I '4- r... 'gui Viva 'FQ wg 113' .1 -wx-QQ - , ,........-N-f"""5S4L5s:m-Eseaasfp -swf' W. H -....s...Q,x 'ES W4 L K , , ,.,,.,, , VL ..,. W- .diff , " . , I 1 ,.,, 1 A ., . 1, --f-4 v :mpg - - ' ' H ' 'L' "' " , , .. , ..., Coogs crush Cowboys 28-O as Nevvhouse bulls for 150 yards ABOVE LEFT: Robert Newhouse streaks downfield as he sear'ch- es for blockers. ABOVE, FAR LEFT: Frank Ditta and Ronnie Peacock ride down a diving Wyoming back. LEFT: Scene looks more like a karate match than a football game as Mike Bolin and a Cowboy confront one another. LEFT MIDDLE: Bill Hamrick, with an assist from Bill Burchett, flattens Wyoming run- ner. FAR LEFT: Just what the obiect of the game is becomes clear when the obiect gets loose. The ball draws players like a magnet as a pigskin scramble ensues. Folk spirit Captures Coffeehouse crowds as travelling mihstrels strum through season. Y Y sg , -.Qi . -lm g z., -' , Q25 ' V., . v,- . M I 21, 'lf :Q 'r Zf3'k'?44'? . gi 1 ,E '- .,j-15 15 N k a ' '. ff, , - Jog: , , 4' , A... 2 ABOVE RIGHT: Mike Bolin looks on in satisfaction as a dis- tressed Deacon runner is caught in squeeze by two Cougars. RIGHT: Aroused UH defense swarms around Wake Forest back. FAR RIGHT ABOVE: Gary Mullins gets a face massage as he is stopped by lineman. FAR RIGHT MIDDLE: Dale Dickey makes saving tackle as oppos- ing runner nearly breaks into clear. FAR RIGHT, BELOW: The role of grace in an often brutal sport is illustrated as fullback Heiskell skips over Wake Forest players while maintaining a pre- carious balance. 4: Defense shines as UH blasts Wake Forest 27-2 .J ' K 'xiiikikip' QX :vx'2-N-55'5X'1 iff-' P si iv.A""iX dx A 1 Q , i f mm multi' sf 1ltu - I E 1 i E E n Cougars steal the show as UH trounces Florida State 53 21 before national TM. audience ,X FAR ABOVE, LEFT: Houston run- ner Steve Smith struggles to re- gain balance and lose a Semi- nole linebacker. FAR ABOVE: UH defense entraps fleet-footed Florida St. runner. ABOVE, FAR LEFT: A leaping Charlie Ford JUsyuv f '..a- " "ar-: ' ,,, H.. x".u V903 Q-1 HP" . , Q I '-Aj, . l, Q ,. r . v" ' iwiz, H aim.: " s. ' . .iw-:,-r"' l l . it ' , A "xg-xy A . , N,p..y?.q f-:wir-. ' r R 1 -V 1'-' ....- - ..,pn- - 7 diverts F.S.U. bomb. ABOVE LEFT: Mike Bolin drops Semi- nole for loss. ABOVE: Florida State cornerback makes saving tackle on a driving Robert New- house. if V, mug - v. f-55" 3 .of:,w, -5 Cougars coast to 36-3 rout of Miami in successful season finale UPPER LEFT: Cougar defense teams up to smother Miami back. FAR LEFT: Dale Dickey dive-tackles opposing quarter- back attempting to turn upfield. LEFT: Teamwork prevails again as tough UH defensive line halts Miami thrust for no gain. ABOVE: Robert Newhouse finds running room and cuts across field while eyeing pursuing line- backers. fl it K 'Y 2 UNA! F ii ,Q . Q .S 4 ei I sv'-J' xx 5' .a Q e '53, ' 1 ,Q 4:95 F1 ..e.,-ga-, x .5 . W ay., ,A - A ' a 1 ,P.,..u. Q -A - :aw 5- a f 1-fa a 4 Ll , .! " ' ,E J a Xa. ' .W-fa-W 1 j ,-sniff' .X X 1, t v--'I 1 I sa -, ,, iw, a a - 1 ef , Br f CD K 0 If -. i I 4. A-,S N 19 gi 'H ll a , ,G P- 1, Q I Q.-A f t 4.- - ' ' -w , ' - J wwe L Q ' e ' ' ,.: - V K r :..:,.e, H , 1 Q M J. ix, ,-.11 3 . 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'Y' mi v Ls. -- ,,. , 1 J: 1 A Y Enthusiasm engulfs Homecoming weekend marred by loss to Alabama BELOW FAR LEFT: Alpha Phi Omega builds traditional Home- coming bonfire. BOTTOM: UH football fans, in a blazing pa- rade, approach pyre. ABOVE, MIDDLE LEFT: Fire provides startling contrast to silhouettes of Cougar supporters. FAR ABOVE: Disintegrating bonfire seems a grim foreshadowing of Houston's fate in Alabama con- test. BELOW LEFT: Fiery torch dispels the darkness of night and ignites bonfire. BELOW: Onlookers view remnants of the collapsing structure. BELOW RIGHT: The gentle beauty of .lo Beth Roberts, Homecoming Queen, adorns the normally masculine gridiron. ' f - Iiftziggffilkfu-:I . 3 ' -. ' i Fm 852' .:..-,:':,.. f , au Q 'ffyslihi 1 pei ' -WIR. L : 'A Fw wg:-.7,' f s,,! ': :,,, , Q ' .f ,L-' S' " X lf, '.' '1.E'f':. :--iAl,uL3iL-1i--Ii- - ilu'-v,..'f1 : , if ,V ' . 'f I L 5' fi, 1 V ' , '- 4. 1 ' ' . '- it '-Av' l 3 . Q . P' L. f ' .-.-wang..-. : QNX 'ff ilftz 75 Energetic Cougar soccer squad wins Winter Amateur Association Leagueg finishes fourth in Texas Collegiate League ? 3 'ff -xrvm 9-fa X1 .41 .ull ik - -YJ-fffzw 1 , , ng XYXECNQ fa. -. mg, 'NX 3, N x .4 , XN N , my A 5192" F5113 259. X X NN .R 'f , ' ' T. 4f""'wp:L ., N-,.x,,. W Ti. ,ga M, X K . bw-4-1 1 , - V iw. ': ,.1:- - y, X wx N , X ' X S X X Y PM XE 5: Qbfgw A-' 5- N. - . f vw' 4 9 . NN N X wx R ' r X , X N? K., , X X , W w G AV.. 77 Varsity big man Dwight Davis had his hands full when the Cougars played their frosh counterparts in a pre-season ex- hibition. Davis faced 6-lO frosh Dwight Jones, the spectacular center who led Houston Wheatley to three straight high school crowns. Jones dropped in 24 points but Davis' nine blocked shots provided the var- sity with needed inside strength. RIGHT: Davis U21 and Jones fight for a rebound. ABOVE: Larry Brown rips off a steal for the varsity. Guard Poo Welch scored 31 points and directed the Cougar offense while Kitten Donnell Hayes awed fans with crisp passing and deadly shoot- mg. Dvvights collide as Coogs subdue feisty frosh 91 82 I as K me -- . Q of ., ,.-v' ' A. -1 . sew- gw- W-MN - .fc- L., gf ..fl.... X 5959, Nl! K 'x xX xi K 43. Vg, -V 11, ..',Q1f-fvrf "" "'g , - ' , 6,9-'ff tw - 5. ,tiff F" ' :-j1ts""':' p " 4 .L-1.--G1 A, ., . 1-'Af-Qj':g,"',' -, 5 WJ' -.V ,f , ,ir ,sz ,L 2 ' 1 :pl gi ,mx , W, ,- Cougars win Bonnetg trounce Tulane 91-60, beat ranked Oregon 81-68. UPPER RIGHT: Forward Steve Newsome launches a iump shot over Oregon center. LOWER RIGHT: Guard Poo Welch looks for an open man as Tulane player closes in. MIDDLE UPPER RIGHT: Coach Guy Lewis reacts to some ragged play by the Coogs. MIDDLE LOWER RIGHT: UH forward Jeff Hickman and Oregon guard do a duet as ball sails out of bounds. FAR RIGHT: Oregon player waits for Dwight Davis to come back to earth be- fore attempting shot. 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" i N- Q '. 1. vi, lk , , . x'4" M' Vis ,sk Y The idyllic outdoors attracts UH students as they savour some of life's more basic pleasures: sleeping, eating, flying a kite, and laying with a friend in the grass. Every scene has its friendly freak and we find ours perched on a fire hydrant. RIGHT: George Bush, unsuc- cessful Senate candidate and present U.S. representative to the United Nations, explains his position on various issues and how it would affect students. Bush was a winner at UH at least, as he easily outdistanced his opponent, Lloyd Bentsen, in a poll here. FAR RIGHT: Joe McGinnis, author of "The Sell- ing of the President -- l968," talks about election campaigns and what it takes to win them. McGinnis feels that the most salable man, not the most com- petent one, gets selected by the maior parties to run for elec- tion. BELOW RIGHT: One of the most accomplished and popular American poets, Lawrence ,Fer- linghetti, discusses the implica- tions of his poetry. The intro- spective writer emphasized his internal conflict between "a po- litical, ugly self" and "a self striving for beauty." The cease- less struggle between these two forces, Ferlinghetti felt, caused inconsistency of vision through- out his work. FAR BELOW, RIGHT: The T.V. Sheriff of Dodge Commercial fame, Joe Higgins, speaks to UH iournal- ism class. Higgins noted that his portrayal of a redneck cop ruffled few feathers, even in the South. G mn 5 Y 'Tv rlhl ' . x , N 5: .jl Li:-0 m s 1 ' p 1 it-f rs 4 . . - .s.,M.I'x .,-,.-,gqeftg a . - - gif. M U A C . , X .Y ,' sf- -, v g - ,A -. - , , , - i - Q, X A E Af- g. '. 19" X. fall speaker season activeg ferlinghetti reads poetry, Bush discusses platform, rs famous figures drop by UH M-P--AXXN, ...- RIGHT: 200 pounds of finely- toned muscle poses for an unim- pressed teammate. ABOVE, FAR RIGHT: "What do ya mean 'holding'." MIDDLE RIGHT: "Please hurry chief." BELOW RIGHT: Top Cop Larry Fultz, gayly adorned in a scarlet iumpsuit and chic white tur- tleneck, awaits pass. Game was held to increase communication between students and the folks from Traffic and Security. 94 I' x Y uw. D I a ., 1' Campus Cops lose game, ' win goodwill as students power to 24-12 romp. -:Nr . ,N N- . x.'iQ ku. ,. ml 5. V xx-,- wNf ,Q l . Q" F. basin S H Xxx Q A u 9 'I L 5. . J ' ' . ,5 I 1 J- 1 1' 4 1 N A S 1 NM -1 96 .Sy fe vs A Y 4 4-I P ' kts Chi Omega, Phi Sigma Kappa win fourth annual Wacky Relays wwf A -Y 4-v , r X --.Ns-sys-N 'Ur 7, ly 'I -6 -.---...,.,..,, -,. 5f5i1i'af'-'4"-5ff:'3'4frY,.41:'--: Lf 1 ,,.. ,N ' .fb " ,J - lu J' , - 9 fd:T:,.',,- aff' .,v. vi ' S a VL., .2 h du - M S - ' , ' ,km ----. ,. 9' - . '--- fr- 'Q V. . ' ' "A ' .L-wg ,' f " ' - - ' -- ' 1'L:....-ai' ' 1 -' - A ""'n- M-A - A -ii.: v -w- H, f , NA - ,gp 1 ax 9,-,.-sq - .5 , , ,.,-r ?" K Gf' " ' f ,. ,. , , v ..... ",.: 'A . L Q L' -'f ,"". -:Q ' mf , '- 2. " 'A . 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ABOVE, FAR RIGHT: Harvey Cox, Theologian, speaks about the status of or- ganized religion in America Today. RIGHT: Chaucerian dra- matist gives inspired interpreta- tion of "The Canterbury Tales" for a Houston Room audience. FAR RIGHT: Albert Maysles, co- director of "Gimme Shelter," explains his principle of objec- tively presenting events without taking a "moral" stand and this principle's place in relation to the rest of the film movement. 1- .1 ... - f A . :av ff N ,,'-a-., Ji .x. . ' iq-1 ' 45' in , ,. f' i Q, 4 , z N -,':.:.-ui A .g lk '15 ' -x' , Gr ' gwk V.-...Jr ..,,x ,wx , in K., '. ,"' ' 5 , 64- -4 ,1.aV1,f 51.',:1,:g,, ., N '-- ..-x- 'K- L . ,,..x.,gs-in , .4 . ,. ATF , ,- V '..x.:1-"-1 -J-'-.-r 'Y' .-rw ,' -X ' px- rm-5f1-.ph fi ' H f 1' 'fiiiv-?' .fwf , .1 . 12.1 'fffl'-1.-',lQ1.a1f"f ' 1.-f A, .. nuff- i 'N' , ,lf ,. f . 1,I..5:l.":-3. ,712 .4 4-2: f.'lx,:.44.,' A1 I 4. 1 Y J-M, wff, .n ' ,in . -5 '. 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'Y I' 'fif lv Q SK xg S ,xx uf' -'5 'L s ,,,, QF Viusic-makers move campus with variety of sounds r 'xv ei ni'f ABOVE LEFT: A zany group of ex-Columbia students, "Sha- Na-Na," entrall students with bouncy l950's style music and hilarious imitotions of luminaries from that memorable period. FAR LEFT: "The Southwest Free' way" entertains an Arbor crowd at no cost other than the effects of the poor acoustics on the listeners' ears, MIDDLE LEFT: "Up With People" put out their sunshine sounds to a Uni- versity Center gathering. LEFT: The country-rock sounds of "The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band" creates a feeling of authenticity during their low-cost concert at Hofheinz Pavilion. 9 size 5 J H. r . V Q ' :1::: N ,W !! 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Umoff, limenez take SA electiong Cheerleader race drowns campus in paper blizzard RIGHT: Winners Steve Umoff and Maria Jimenez savor a runoff victory over SA Presiden- tial rivals Ronnie Peacock and Richard Cole. MIDDLE LOWER RIGHT: Election workers total votes in UC cafeteria. Other shots reveal the intensity of an exceptionally trashy cheerlead- er campaign. 3 A 6. Q ..-I .,., ,, r-,. in I It lf L R11'-cr IIIIIII L- ---M I. EE-... -.. ,-' I m . Q I I rn.- ' vu-1. , -if-.......t ..... ...... egg: ..-.,. .. .gp fr.-1 it I I i 1'l sn lllllbl l'lll,!lI ix clrzzwi I I ii :J ' . I ,U . 'ugh N i I 4 1 ' , N - -. 9, . , , 3 aligff , 1 ', 1 :ff U 7, .A , , Q, f I 5 h"".v1 , J' . B ' ' I -f ' Q , M ' , 1'-, Y 1 - X V x-. M f ' 4 A Q z. 1 ' ' 2 i '04, r .K , NX 1- 53 , 1. , 1 1 . u x f 4150. c . ' Y iff . 1 Q Q' 'm s'x,Q 1 1X2 . X. if N f 1. 4. ' 5 fp. ,.. x' ' H ,' FM. DUNN 4 " I i .Q f 4 XX ' V I 4 A ml 5 Xyy X 4 f ' x. . 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I it Us 4 sm. . .-f ",-,, ' A"- E15-'V ' N, 'Z RW? Y.. ix A-mn. . 'X 'fx UH claws sixtb-ranked jacksonville 83-82 for biggest win of yearg tenacious Cougars out rebound giant Dolphins by wide margin. le Milo' SMH 9 4 5 , 1 .ws , 1 'fu 1 'Z X vw Lx A A-Ah. 55? Powerful Kansas nips UH 78- in NCAA regionalg Cougars storm ba to crush Notre Dame 119-106 in Consolation X N 4 ,A 5 4.,. '. sxe fl' A 01586 K'-, .v N . 'W MK If 'bask Q X ' :TX Q -31.9 , .,.g. U . X.. I xl' .,,,q I f NA ,QD , mp use NF Qs:- ,gvgis P Nu-N L. Q C .,. .. - 1 3, Bn. Coogs win warmer over frosh, overcome chilly shooting Q to Cool Aggies, 72-69 5 1 1 w Y 5 x 7 i 1 f x 1 1 I I In a tuneup for the NCAA playoffs the Cougar varsity thumped their Kitten counter- parts, l05-95. Frosh Dwight Jones, a big center with a bright future, dropped in 33 points for the Kittens. Against New Mexi- co State in the qualification round of the NCAA Midwest Regional the Coogs had a rougher time. UH trailed the Aggies by as much as I9 points before eking out a three point 72-69 win. UH forward Dwight Davis 012, seemingly was ev- erywhere as he scored 30 points and UH advanced to the Midwest Regional. Fine Freshman squad flashes through seasong promises powerful additions to varsity in '71-'72. 1 j 1 X ad i X' iq -'L Sx :x ,... ff SX' 1 i 'J F , wmv' '- "'l'. ' J 1 so . 'fjil of 0 ff C Q L 153 54 ,Xxx ix XA 1, ABOVE: Engineering grad stu- Y dent describes computer opera tions to Yates sen D d J S h an erry c S K vi V1 .,,, 1 High school students get glimpse of future during UH Engineering Week activities. 3' soun ,H xfgggnuuo gy X'-v M- E :J 'lg i xg ix X gf li Y tg .J 'Nqoxq- WHA . 4 T" Ks. r-- 1- , l':.,.ANx- xw.Q k O 'I' elf I 1 X f .I- . Q rfb .Q has-"",J',,'-v-v-,. I3-J F A :ra-... 1 -.3 'fam "v-"N . A lit' sf? "" .. 1--Q . ,. "1 13.1. ring 'L - -L lg-. l - QEL 'fin Wu- 'ui' mf vig 5'1m'!5 -'lag -H 'hrfifli w Mgr, .L N 3 Qs. X. L ' ' IL.. 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Il- 'Q 1 1 Q ' ,Q v ,A ABOVE: Pulitzer Prize- winning historian Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. tells a World Issues Conference crowd that world unity cannot be legislated but will develop only by an or- ganic merging of beliefs, tradi- tions, and hopes among all people. Such a merging, the ad- visor to former President Kenne- dy said, was at best a long way off and the United States would do well to attend to its domestic woes. RIGHT: William Stringer, columnist for the Christian Science Monitor, proposes the "bridging of the global gap." He suggests a more sensitive awareness, onthe part of all, of the different cultural and histori- cal experiences that each na- tion possesses. Schlesinger skeptical of chances for world unityg America must mend her own fences. 9 The Creation J l :FEE '-. Q' mf! V Q'-'P rv, 'M A X emxy Y -A x it ei QQ., . X5 P I 'hi . I . 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X sq X - N AX fy K I Q A KJ-, , ,f 3 ' 1 in f S :X .L 4' 3 i ' X M 5 K f -f , Af" , Z 2722, .Q xl A '7 A 1 .X -f ' 1, Vq"2Sf,.V ' 'A 1 . 5 -, . 5 , , y 'L X . ,X , , N Q . , P V , "au, , ' F' 5 L ' 'X F K ,L xy-ff ' ,- IN as , SRM 4' Xilinx.: linmw -'1o 'x:f' f' -v "-N:-:wwf yfnovsvxznwaamulhv .mm J? ,s R -it-7 il A S ,X X -Ng . fa Q15 'fi '15 1? .N E 1-s ii Eh S3 4 .ix vi University Festival speakers explore "Earth and Myth": reality and the myth man makes of it. The 1971 University Festival was centered around the topic of "Earth and Myth," the earth, man's environment, and the myth, his conception of it. LEFT: Harold Morowitz talks of a missing thermodynamic law which can explain life processes. BELOW: UH's Phil Snider discusses genetics and the idea that man can control his own evolution. LOWER RIGHT: Anthropologist Edmund Carpenter lectures on eskimo life and the psychic together- ness that characterizes it. l i 1 l ii 9, 165 66 Students ponder lung Ecology and adolescence, I l I Science vs. Religion? r . V s i iq., ll., t. rx. iii 5 ml liiisil ii llgld :E UPPER LEFT: Professor Rogerlr Sperry of Cal Institute of Tech- nology discusses where moral l and religious values and beliefs - fit in a scientific world.'ABOVE: Psychoanalyst Harold Stone ex- plains how Jungian theory can 4 lead towards a new frontier in science, RIGHT: Paul Shepard describes the ecological per- spective on adolescence. W ' i fr-33453:-If -ff :QQ ,Sq E 5 11 Q -' . Q X ,g x Q. :C - - A r WL 1, A - Vial' -. 'WN " wi Am A X 3, 1 . -fik -4 -2 ' ' 'xg 'S .e 1 Q' ' A .t Qs 3 , 4? X' Y' ' b X Q , 'Q 'P N l 'ir 5 .fl-v ,N A ? we S .1 , vw. K Just, ffl f ,- ' 1-Nw .,,,,,,,. ,,..w 'R N? fi. 'Smv' ,x..-- A--.r x , , v 5-1 3' 4 35112 xx- 4 V , " V: "i. A 'Q Y .4 4 . ,: N.. l .gm- Y? Q, ,k, KH: X M,. 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Later in the spring UH was admitted to the Southwest Conference, a move made possible by the initiative of the University of Texas. ABOVE LEFT: While gridders sharpened their skills in the off- season, the Cougar baseball squad was off and rolling. 'I7l Chavez backs boycott, Carmichael points toward Africa Cesar Chavez and Stokely Car- michael, two leaders of Ameri- can minority groups, demon- strate to student audiences the differences in their ideologies. Carmichael, who keynoted the Third World Conference, od- vised black people to abandon a hopeless pursuit of integration and work to liberate Africa. Chavez urged support of a boy- cott on non-union farm produce and recommended working within the American system to better the lot of Chicanos. 'I7 74 A -. ,- 1. WN 'Q - x z..-1. 'e.N.k-'-.N . ,xf -., 'N ' 'N --Na. X N 'VX g, .X ,, f... N 5. X K r-5+-1 'Q ,..1:,4,i..:v,?l: .. M .. ..1.,., 1 ww- ' ga 5 if ,v 3 kg NWN" , ' V Es H -1- , . ,- .g 2111- V, V . : ' ir? ' X: 3. .giwx Y .1 ,.V. i ,V I - .y--. xx Q Ki. .. 5-,L gi ai! W Q , Q '41 ec- ' - .4 mx. , -1' . 4-1 gy z,. ,. x . X'- ". Q - - A, 'C ,NN --V. -. Ill Q ua A. .. l. ' 1 ,or" UH baseball squad enjoys fine seasong title hopes squashed by late season losses to powerful Texas Aggies. I7 76 New campus statues! reflect arty emphasisa of UH pIanners.a 1 1 X' I77 78 lf ,M f 'I :Koi Busy bombers, plethorai of politicians shake upq dull political scenea 1 i l ! 4 l 4 1 A :42s,3f'It' Naam, , ABOVE: William Kunstler makes an address during a Houston legal conference. LOWER LEFT: Students collect petitions demanding the release of U.S. airmen shot down over N. Vietnam. UPPER RIGHT: Young Americans for Freedom spokesman Ron Docksai speaks at a debate with Young So- cialist Alliance mayorality can- didate Debby Leonard. YSA Headquarters on Wheeler St. were bombed in spring by nightriders., OPPOSITE PAGE LEFT: David Diehl carries rubble from the shattered headquar- ters. Divergent cultural activitiesi spice bland campus scenel xg, 4 , W Sy e .xlxf , A J -Q -Q T Q x tw , ' .- ,,, i i H iw i x ' ..,.. S S 1 ' i N S" I . 1 t . , X 1 . . C 1 Q, .Q bfix., M tu. fixiw-4 R ,,W gg..,Q ,X Xf'NXQ't P 356.5 Nsghlv ' 1 tsgxwx f - i 1 i Q wig X x w X ft X kt - 5 UPPER LEFT AND LOWER LEFT: Mariachi band and dancers bring Mexico City to the UC Arbor. FAR LOWER LEFT: Al- traclive Cuban Exile prepares sign for International Fair. BELOW: Legal beagle Percy Foreman speaks at a dinner to raise funds for the Millar Tsoi defense fund. Tsoi was appeal- ing a conviction for the rope pf a UH Coed. 231. M 4 6 1 LVL We UW' "1 Q I N-qfxrx X Y' l .1K wx r zgif' .xi X X EW .NYS 42? '59 . :!"25'- A 4' ip' D ' E ' E v 5 rig .sxxjif a N xx ' - W . A ,... ,wax ,, S. Ax X Q. 1551? I - "A, f X N ' .ll ,,.Qe, L--Q u pw! x x 5 or X X cg? F5 Ska:- -e-sf . ,....: 72" N ,,,... .- I -1 ,. .f -- p'af 1' tl t L. : W1- 4 1 rl 4 k fx.: v C A " 5 K X fgf I N7 x ,' ,Q X X it L, . A. . 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J f T I .V is X , H 'pi ' ' T ' . x ' V - X Q . ' ' . ' -- a ,h 'x g N ' K ' X fn .L xsivljgf- X h - ,. Q M XQQQ' ,L ' xx . -qi. 9, , ' x + , t . ' - N , 5 ' k- 'Qxtj ' ' A ' X ' '?' 'f 1, V ' . 'fi' i X bk X it Q X , J - .Y K' ww, , QA, .l I v. V. X if . .1 A x -Xflfxt fa N. n "Q, 1.-lav x N' "F L ABOVE: Rog-er fbodgerj Nudd, vice president of Student Life, surges into the lead in Sigma Nu Bike Race. The Fuller- ton Flash was later disqualified for behavior becoming to a col- lege administrator - trying to race the wrong way. OB Gang- bangers took top honors in the men's race while Lanyard Club easily won the girls' race. rWron2 way Roger runs amuck nas Gangbangers, Lanyard Club fwirn Sigma Nu bike races. ! ,. 3 U 4231, V . f 5191. X'-' 3" Q! - JG wwmgalg, Vx lu, ?'v . 1 I , MD li. Q X I K A , K av, ,..., 9 aaa ,jf 'I93 4 hav xfg... img .- M152--J Q .:,, Q f: ,f 1. :W-J r 'DUFFY'-"fo' -44 - 3.31.14 i'l L ', HIE w.. uv--' ..-...... 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I vwssqkfaucx sxrsmsuc: n Can Hel? ,elas-p-+"' 'f D - iPrairie Viewers appeal for support, UH blacks create another yearbook, 9African editor denounces colonialists. i 202 31z:j,2igf: 3323 Ar' gif- xr X Asmnunme eff ?az.3.,?:f, ,,,..:+,v ' ffrx,.+fwf ' fx .,,1f.,:,',5:-,.4 Mk, 519: vc- Q x- H, ., V ,... H, ,x',.. .H , ,, 'FI lg.-,-..4-.wQL,v4,g..f..x,. NM RELAYS , . .i,.A . ' Q, 'M -1 :li y. Q -f 'szzwe 55.151 5 -va .An x 204 RIGHT: Lead guitorist of "Stone Ax" works himself into a musi- cal frenzy as a crowd of young folk listen with lecture hall po- liteness. FAR RIGHT: The gath- ering exhibits more life as mill- ing students surround broziers of steaming food. MIDDLE RIGHT: Ecology speakers such as Rex Greene, lacking a sup- ply of borbecued chicken, drew sparse audiences. f 'W NY ' sxwxc- , mx Nxwxjxw XX ,I I I I I I gl. fi .3 we N........ fc., 1 I gel , S . F if X fs-- I I? Earthday entertainment, free food, attract swarms of students, fliesg turnout for ecology speakers Ii ght. .gum X Q 40" G4 06 "" , L f ,,- , .. A Y 3 ,L , , J..-' V- 7 V' 51 f I? V ' . M c ff' ' Earthday speakers describe ecology woes to sparse audiences. Shing R35 ' A priority of plants - industrial and natural - repeatedly cropped up in Earthday panels and forums. OPPOSITE PAGE LEFT: Douglas Lafollete, Wis- consin ecologist, attacks use of DDT and says "man is on a deadend street toward extinc- tion." LEFT AND MIDDLE LEFT: A few UH students and Chroni- cle reporter Jim Curran listen to Solution to Pollution panelist Bob Churchwell suggest ways out of the pollution impasse. I 1 1 'N 1 S. l JF -1 L I 4 l I Q . , x N 's ff D 'Y CU 207 Degree O rf' W zos I rx F I I I 1 il 3. I I . 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Bates is the senior partner in the law firm of Fulbright, Crooker, Freeman, Bates and Jaworski as well as being chairman of the board of directors of the Bank of the Southwest. His interest in education is evidenced by his work with the University of Houston since its conception, Trinity f University, Texas State Teachers Colleges, the Devel- opment Board of the University of Texas, Houston School Board, and the Southwest Research Institute. "I grew up in the country and went to a one-room school. When I was 18, I went off to a little larger school, and l got a certificate to teach in a country school right behind the old farm . . . I went to law school, studied hard and worked my way through. I graduated first in my class. I've been interested in school ever since." "I think the iob of the board of regents is like that of the board of directors of a corporation." "The university should be a leader in educational matters and should conduct itself in such a way as to make people be proud of it. Just think what the pub- lic is doing for the students," "I'm at least two generations from you folks, and I suspect I show it somehow." A. J. FARFEL VICE CHAIRMAN BOARD OF REGENTS QMIDDLE LEFTJ A. J. Farfel is a business man. As an independent Houston investor, he is actively involved in Funds, lnc., an investments management firm, Dun- hill International, Inc., a holding company, A. G. Spalding Bros., and Ben Franklin Savings Associa- tion. His duties as a regent are centered around the Invest- ment Committee. "The Investment Committee has the iob of creating income out of what little assets they have for investment purposes and by doing so, strive for improved values. Because of the crying and pres- ent needs of the university, we place the emphasis on income, not on spending power and therefore, we sacrifice growth." "This is a two-way street. The University of Houston is one of the greatest assets to the community, and the community, in turn, should help nurture the universi- ty... "Each person should be given the opportunity to live up to his potentials, frustrations occur when you don't have the opportunity to reach your potentials. Educa- tion is an aid, like a tool, to help one accomplish and reach his ultimate potential." J. A. ELKINS, JR. SECRETARY BOARD OF REGENTS QLOWER RIGHTJ J. A. Elkins is president of the First City National Bank. His other business interests in- clude Eastern Air Lines, United Gas Corporation, and seven other area banks. He has served in the past as a director of the Houston branch of the Federal Re- serve Bank of Dallas and the Houston Chamber of Commerce. "I don't figure my place is onthe campus. They don't want me stomping around there." "I don't think a regent should have personal contact with the students because your viewpoints become warped one way or the other." "The university is important to the community in that it brings needed academic and scientific skill to the city that otherwise would not be here." vi .f '04 Y i Qc 'L Q' 2 V we wg , ANSI, Y " A ig Q V' . N ,ax Q , ig Q 'b. I 237 238 ,. 4 A ,gl :KP . 4 ' 1"f,,wi ww wma- 1 1:2 f' V, 4 A A wefizgk N - 1:,A- X . ,f 'sk IS' -R 1 3: y , , 9 - M-wwfngw vm.-, "u X 'A 'V' ar .cn x ,ff - 4Q X. 2' ,NQQQNS-fl? I 2 " 5. I I 'R ' x JAMES T. DUKE BOARD OF REGENTS fTOP LEFT, James T. Duke, resident of Johnson City and retired officer of Brown and Root, Inc., was named to his post in 1963 by Gov. John Connally. "l've been chairman of the Building Committee ever since it was organized. lt's been an enioyable and ro- mantic time." "All we need is money. lf we can get more, I'd like to spend it for you." "I don't think it's within the province of the board to delve into details. ln fact, we delegate most of our administrational authority to President Hoffman. He has to check it with us usually, or does check it with us, before he does anything of any importance that will affect the student body - like the troubles we've had out there. All of it was checked with the board before a decision was made." "Oh, yes, the university does play an important part in the community, but it certainly upsets the communi- ty sometimes." TRAVIS C. JOHNSON BOARD OF REGENTS QTOP RIGHTJ One of the youngest regents, Judge Johnson has been on the board since he was appoint- ed by Preston Smith in 1969. Now privately practic- ing law in El Paso, Johnson has been involved with many agencies on youth and mental health. He received a B.B.A. from Texas A8.M University and graduated with a doctorate in iurisprudence from the University of Houston Law School. Judge Johnson has the reputation for being the least conservative member on the Board of Regents. JAMES H. GREER BOARD OF REGENTS fl.OWER RIGHTJ One of the newly appointed re- gents, James H. Greer is currently serving his second year as a member of the Board of Regents. He is a former graduate of UH. Greer obtained a B.S. in Chemical Engineering in 1954. Greer resides in Hous- ton and is president of the Shelton W. Greer Campa- ny. His continuing interest in the university is reflected in a series of generous gifts: December, 1959 - 310,000 - To be applied toward engineering salary commitments. July, 1964 - 31,000 - To be applied toward athletic scholar- ships. May, 1965 - 355,000 - To be added to the President's Restricted Fund. November, 1967 - 31,000 - To be applied toward athletic scholar- ships. June, 1968 - 351,000 - To be applied toward athletic scholarships. April, 1969 - 351,500 - To be applied toward athletic scholarships. Greer was appointed by Gov. Smith in 1969. 239 LEONARD RAUCH BOARD OF REGENTS Appointed by Gov. Preston Smith, Leonard Rauch is one of the newest regents. He will serve a six-year term. Under sharp questioning by a Texas Senate Nomina- tions Committee, Leonard Rauch denied allegations that the regents follow Pres. Hoffman's agenda with- out question. The three newest regents who appeared before the committee said that in the post such complaints might have been justified but that the situation is changing. "We have fought him fPres. Hoffmonj on a number of times. We are not a rubber stamp board." As an alumni, Rauch holds the title of UH Golden Cougar, an honor directly related to his interest in sports and generous contributions to the athletic de- partment. Rauch is secretary-treasurer of the Standard Southern Corporation, a Houston-based comnany. C. T. PARKER BOARD OF REGENTS fNot Shownj A C. T. Parker was unavailable at this time. Because of pressing business obligations, he was unable to meet our repeated efforts to contact him. Parker is president of Parker Brothers 81 Co., a Hous- ton dredging firm. He has served as a regent since l965 when he was appointed by Gov. John Connol- ly. He like several other regents is an alumnus of the uni- versity. N I. jr. r..2Qf'L if' K. it .v ,rx I get ' Q as WN Parker is well established in the dredging business and serves as an officer in the following companies: Buckeye Concrete Co., The Temple Crushed Stone Co., Texas Molten Sulphur Transport Co., Greens Bayou Engineering 8. Machine Co., the Sioux City 8- New Orleans Barge lines Inc., and the Lake Charles Dredging and Towing Co. ' ...n -+'ea::""""' 1 A . . H MRS. GUS S. WORTHAM BOARD OF REGENTS Mrs. Wortham of Houston was appointed in T963 to the board by Gov. John Connolly. She has long been interested in educational endeav- ors. ln 1958, she and her husband, Gus Wortham, president of the American General Group of Insur- ance Companies, established the Wortham Founda- tion to further those educational and philanthropic goals they wished to achieve. Mrs. Wortham is president of Girlstown U.S.A. in Whiteface, Texas. She has also been active with the Houston Speech and Hearing Center, the American Cancer Society, the Garden Club of Houston, the Houston Symphony Society, and the Houston Grand Opera Association. as . :xox- , . 1... ff- 1. -f wi B - we -i 'f I , lair, ,, ,. X. A 3 'Q 0 rvgmem .Ag :Q ps., JL .. J ' 7 'Q 4? ' 'wif W -,4--v 1 4 , 'Qc hai, Z, v -. LJ' an ' - 1 9 ' in .V .V ..,x, '- .4 J .,'- 2' .151 2 f i -L. , , x fl . MA N f. 1,5 1 . ' 'HA' ,VJ . ' il , '-"V ' "',, -. .. - ,Y , , ' 'ix r 73's . ' rum K ,J 'X .A xx- ,- A, A ll,-8 vf- U f ,9 , , "Wax ' . .- .pf .. .- .F , ' ', . .-1 6 - V.--Qpv ,xg . 55. - -, 1 ., fi ., ax Q5 1 .1-is me rif-- - .'1,1g:?'Q. QN,!i5' "vi . 'rex ',1sQ:1-4.56 - 'C -:ky -J-b tif!-'lvfji ' A X' , bg s-5:13 b r? 2 7751 --5 XSEFFQ- 4.0. fssa211i Q ff Fif "Q rg :. "si '1'1f5"?7'r15 1 -.e 4.1-zwiffii,-.. ' Q 11: - 1 .jgnzg gglgfggx. -i f l 'Rx .2 5 .453-'-v': 1 ' 'Qf5:'31lfQI'f:i'?l -X KA U-1' Q :f'Ei'2T'Siil, 242 E Y . 19" - . Eff -fi we Y r 'Ei ual' 1'1'1. mxapc .- l 1 Pilgrim! 1 1' P' '91, 3 'QB - .,: M .4- . k PHILIP G. HOFFMAN PRESIDENT During a decade as president of the University of Houston, Philip G. Hoffman has presided over many changes. The fabric of the university has been woven into a tapestry of multi-textured interests and pur- poses. "My iob boils down to creating an atmosphere con- ducive to the functioning of the university." To create this conducive atmosphere, Hoffman works ta understand the divergent demands of different in- fluential sections of the university and to formulate a policy which does not alienate any of those sections. By striving to follow this essentially "consensus" phi- losophy, Hoffman has been vulnerable to charges of not doing the "right" thing and for ignoring less pow- erful sections of the campus community. "l do not have as much contact with the students as I would like to. lt's regrettable, but on a campus of over 25,000 students, it is difficult to establish a one- to-one relationship. Even with over 4000 instructors, they are not getting the attention they deserve . . . The rights of the student are the same as the rights of any citizen. they must remain within the law." The university has become an integral part of the larger community in which it exists. People from UH influence the political, cultural, and social pattern of that larger community. Pres. Hoffman is hardly an ex- ception. As a past member of the Houston Research Institute and present member of such civic organiza- tions as the National Space Hall of Fame Foundation and the Houston Symphony Society, the UH presi- dent has proven an example of civic awareness. ln order for the president of a state school to be effec- tive, he must be acutely aware of the opinions of those residing outside the educational community, such as legislators, who exert great power over the school. It is in this province that President Hoffman excels. Making frequent trips to Austin, the UH presi- dent and his staff carefully ascertain the position of the Texas legislature on various school issues. The continued existence of Dr. Hoffman and his staff speaks for their proficiency in this area. 24 PATRICK J. NICHOLSON VICE PRESIDENT UNIVERSITY DEVELOPEMENT fRlGHTl "This office works with the legislative branchesof the government. We prepare the budget and get it to Austin and get it approved. We provide the legislators with all information regarding our budget." "Our offices also handle research grants and act as a type of public relations office between the presi- dent of the university and the community. Four or five large research grants are given a year through our office." "My office is divided into several different offices: Central Administration which takes care of records, works with the President, the Regents, and legislative branches, Alumni Federation, Radio-TV, University Relations which conducts commencement, high school conference, and faculty-student relations, and fund- raising offices which conduct the UH Excellence Cam- paign." C. F. McElHlNNEY SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND TREASURER ILOWER RIGHTJ "I am of course the principle finan- cial officer of the university, and as such, it is my overall responsibility to delegate duties on everything from the receipt to the disbursement of funds." ". . . the university in my opinion should not be viewed as an instrument of social change. It is not up to the universities to reform the political system, nor to reform the social system. lt's up to the university to train people who as people may go out from the uni- versity as graduates and engage in whatever social change they wish to advocate." "I would say that students have the right to express their opinion, would hope in a polite fashion, on any subiect and at any reasonable time." "The great bulk of students registered in colleges and universities in the United States, in my opinion, couldn't care less about these burning issues that the minority are using as an excuse upon which to hang their protest. Now when I say they couldn't care less, I don't mean they're not privately concerned. They couldn't care less about this being an issue at their college or university. Their underlying ambitions in my opinion are what they were five years ago - that is, to get an'education." H1- Y 3. x gb, N"' . Tv U' 'Wx Xxx, X X .,,i-, wk ' f 1 , J S 'Q ik 3 4 2' W i l. www K , -. , . QR Q I 'E . 'J' i-6 Q35 245 246 T. ROGER NUDD VICE PRESIDENT DEAN OF STUDENTS "Generally I am responsible for supervising the vari- ous department heads in this division." "Also, I individually try to see through proiects that are of interest to the student." "I work a little bit more with faculty and administra- tors. I think maybe about 30'Za with students and 70921 with faculty and other administrators." "I don't think anybody ever has as much contact with students as they'd like to have." "We want students to feel that they can come to us for some help solving problems concerning their edu- cation." "I wish I saw more different students." "I don't really have much feel for how many students are on the hard stuff." "Our students have a right to express their opinion fully as long as it doesn't interfere with the ongoing process of the university." "Relevance is what we need." DOUGLAS G. MACLEAN VICE PRESIDENT STAFF SERVICES A "My basic concern is to provide staff assistance in getting the iob done. I develop the basic information support for administrative decisions." "Don't quote me but my main concern is trouble shooting - to keep dissention down between the main offices." "The university does not relate very well to the com- munity. Of course, this depends on your own value l - L...- l A S 111, 'II ,. A J structure. Many times the university is trapped into public service." "The measure of success of the university is in the quality of the lives of those that go through it. Its pur- pose is aimed at students learning how to live in this worId." "Open dissent is fine in the university system." "As John Stuart Mill said, 'the freedom of the individ- ual must not be limited, yet, he must not be a nui- sance to others'." -"A' 1 ,.1., Q 247 248 :"f"wQ -'- sr W xx-,,...5 . . LV 15-4 xr -1-X 4. Q-4' .-. 1 ,..a . - va, '-.. ' Vg- J . 4. ,, I. V: :Ar -J,JS.sJ: . -X - ,a ,N Q N f .im-., n - ' - , .4 -'ai -JX ' ' 4 r -.-vq: 4, F . , Q-,., Q I, ,J-, ,x., .. 4 NNN .,-Y ,-4-y ' , K0 17 ff .vi -.- --Q-vQ,g-ff . y.f .,., 'x iw, ' Kr A1 Y. X X gg ,e4Z,.- 1 -'- -- M4424 fP,l.,f5':'x + f A , A X -1 cf. '. A Q,-.W K 4,0 wx 9-25-, X -nm , J hi au -N: 9- -3 , mx, - . 11, C wg,- ,hx .Af -' -..Q n , rf 'W '- ..u .WY -, , wx, ,VI w , rx' 'I . 5 --- ,. ,A Na- " .W no x, ,, . NJ' f ' Q-1. .4 ,- , an X , x l F! 'H ig.. f. if e 1 YS 3 V 1 i i 1 I EMMETT B. FIELDS VICE PRESIDENT DEAN OF FACULTIES QTOP LEFTJ "My office is the chief academic office. We make educational policy, approve faculty ap- pointments, and develop new programs. I mostly work with administration and faculty. I'm also on the Facilities Planning Committee. I participate in all the decisions." "I find the University of Houston exciting. Because it is relatively new and there is pressure on its size, we have a prospect for quality." "My first goal is to improve the quality of U. of H. My second goal is, to a broader degree, to fulfill the state's expectations. One way is to further develop the graduate program. My third goal is to gain na- tional significance in several important fields suited to our location. These would be Urban Studies, Marine and Coastal Environment, and Latin American Studies." COULSON TOUGH VICE PRESIDENT FACILITIES PLANNING AND OPERATIONS QLOWER RIGHTI "My office deals with all physical planning activities. This includes planning, design, and construction of buildings and their maintenance and operation." "Our biggest problem in mainte- nance is money. We have a high turnover due to low salaries in our 370 budgeted positions." "lt all boils down to space, time, and money." "One of my favorite quotes is by Oscar Wilde. He said, 'When I was young, I thought money was the most important thing. Now that I'm old, I'm sure of it."' "We are free of control from benefactors. But when you become old, you want to attach your name to something that has continuity." "Actually, we have gone to great lengths to preserve landscaped areas on campus." 50 CONNIE WALLACE ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENTS CTOP RIGHTJ Connie Wallace is the first woman to serve in this position at the University of Houston. She deals with various women's groups, handicapped stu- dents, work involving the Traffic Court, and student problems on an individual level. "My title is important this year. Now you have a woman who is Assistant Dean of Students." "I do a lot of things that are typically Dean of Women kinds of things." "I don't deal directly with a lot of discipline. It's no fun slapping somebody's hand." "A couple of guys said that they thought that I was perhaps, as a woman, a little bit more patient." "I had another guy say that he thought that a woman would be an easy pushover. After we dealt with the problem, he said that he found that wasn't necessari- ly true." "A person's sex does not necessarily determine what problems or what other personalities he or she can deal with." "Women's Lib is not very active on campus, yet. Not as active as I'd like to see them become, that's for sure." "Young people need to make themselves heard iust like anyone eIse." JAMES B. WHITEHEAD ASSOCIATE DEAN OF STUDENTS fBOTTOM LEFTQ Dean Whitehead, who is second in command of the Student Life Division, has responsi- bilities extending throughout the university. With his role as Vice-President Nudd's chief assistant as a cen- tral reference point, Whitehead branches into such diverse areas as Student Court, the orientation pro- gram, fraternities, and academic relations with the Student Life Division. "l coordinate activities of student court. We have in- augurated a new system in court - student attorney acting as student defenders and prosecutors." The new system unveiled in the Chapman case, has drawn heavy fire from the Student Association for its tendency to pit student vs, student on crucial issues often affecting the student's very existence at the in- stitution. "To survive, fraternities and sororities must change to meet the needs of the students. At UH, they are de- clining in numbers . . ." "I keep the lines of communications open with the ac- ademic side of school by working with deans and ac- ademic heads." "The University contributes to the community in the form of graduate students doing iobs needed to be done in industry, public schools, and culturally . . . The faculty performs consultation to business and in- dustry." x 2 .Sin -A' , ., .. ill, ' r""" i,.-C .fx wwf' .x ' V-I Tint., Squaw HARRY H. FOUKE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS QTOPJ "The duties of the Director of Athletics vary from purchasing equipment to the maintenance of fields to the general coordination of the large athletic department with its many activities." "I know most of the ball players: I like to keep in touch with most of them, and I like to follow most of our teams when they play away as well as at home." "Each sport has contributed in its own way to the ath- letic light of the school." "Nothing takes the place of winning to create inter- est." "lt would be tremendous for us to get in the South- '- 1 Q' if - -P v X .5 Y west Conference." PATRICIA ALLEN SCHOLARSHIP AND FINANCIAL AID DIRECTOR QBOTTOMD The Office of Scholarship and Financial Aid is one of the most appreciated offices because of their service to students who have financial problems. Patricia Allen is the impelling force behind this office. "Our office tries to make it possible for all eligible students to attend school even though it's not always possible. We visit high schools trying to motivate high school students to college." "The goal of our office is to get a 'one-to-one' coun- seling for students." rf' iw! ll. I I I DR. JAMES R. WHITEHURST HEALTH SERVICES DIRECTOR QTOPJ While not the favorite hangout of the UH set, tho student medical center is an essential part of the UH campus. The center is staffed by four physicians, of which Dr. Whitehurst is one. As director of medical services on campus, Dr. Whitehurst tries to provide both faculty and students with competent medical at- tention. From eye tests to asthma or a cut finger, the afflic- tions are efficiently dealt with by the medical center. I , I gl l, ,z .ff as A , 4 Q ,fbi fm - W 4 ff., Q 4. S 'J 5, 1' 1 -,W Z l I, f - Jfs is Jfg, 5. 1 . Aff-ir. , 4 F v , , 1 1 .sy , W ,ff . 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X .5. h H-hx i'u', Q9 - A 1- Y F QV 1 wg w.. ' .... 1 -Mn gh . Q.. -V Q, Ax ,fx 5 Q, , K -,c wx VL, . J: '-j, K it X , fin :L A I. ,I -N A X '?xs,, ip, ..L.- 6,933 ,-is ,lx 5 A A .M Q ' 1 . ,.s2:v . - . 4 I "- uf. Q., 1 5123, . 4 I -' I e. s 2 . ,R fi fgvfaf-A-Ma. e - .Q .-J - -I l I. . 9 iff 'Sir . ' e -5 QQQSQ J !i I-His" if - ' '- .-"I fer-A I:-2 1 rv- 1 ei. r gl-1 . Q ,A . 'css vi- .Af I. b' - zz-r ff' .x "R '. T112 Si . Y. 5 H: "M . ' ,gg ., , , - ,, J.-. 1.. . - -V if -L ROBERT H. MILSTEAD PLACEMENT CENTER DIRECTOR QBOTTOMD "We are concerned with career counsel- ing for students as undergraduates as well as for sen- iors who would like career iobs as graduates." "At graduation, students are eligible to go through both fall and spring interviews as employers come to campus . . . Our counselors had over 15,000 inter- views last year." "A student was concerned because so many of the business degrees were not being placed by us. This is fact. There are not iobs for these people. We're con- cerned." "Our biggest problem is communication with stu- denk, whether frnehmnn nr cnninrc " 254 JACK D. BURKE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES DIRECTOR UOPI "Our function is to care for the special needs of the foreign students on this campus." "We have a four day orientation program when the student arrives." "They can call the staff here 24 hours a day." "Ita student is in an automobile accident, we try to help him with the police, insurance companies, or visit him in the hospital." "Any time there's a national crisis we try to help in some special way." "We have to make sure that we in no shape, way, or form enter into the politics of other countries or show any biases." "A lot depends on the experience they have here." "We're very concerned about their general welfare. They are, after all, guests in our country." EDWARD G. HOLLEY UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES DIRECTOR QBOTTOMQ "If the function of the university is to edu- cate the students so they have a critical iudgment of any subject with which they are in contact, it is the duty of the library to provide all views." "There should be a call for an attitude of tolerance in all segments of the university." "A university librarian tries to balance the demands. There are a lot of ways in which we do fail. Unless changes are made, we may not survive the 70's." "The emphasis for the 60's was to build the collec- tions. For the 70's we want to provide better ser- vices." My .g gf' ,I , if JOSEPH P. SCHNITZEN COUNSELING AND TESTING DIRECTOR ILEFTQ "The duties of the counseling and testing of- fices ore many and varied. Any problem may be dis- cussed with o counselor and everything discussed is kept confidential." "There is always a human element involved when dis- cussing problemsp sometimes counselors run across problems which they can't answer so they call in some outside help." "There comes a time however, when all people reach points of decision - a crisis and they really want to sit down and talk it over, get some help." "Our office also does research on student develop- ment- helps UH to focus on the student as a devel- oping force." "But it iust seems that there's never enough time to do everything." I WILLIAM D. SCOTT UNIVERSITY CENTER DIRECTOR QRIGHU "I'm responsible for what goes on in the building and all activities assigned to it." "I don't make the policies. I don't want to make the policies." "Organized groups equally get the opportunity to use the UC." "I don't have as much contact with the students as l'd like." "We want to keep away from people who hawk." "Sure there's use of mariiuana in the building. We don't try to police it." "Our primary concern is for the students. Their money built and runs the building." Nw .EY aii x Q ,' ill ,erkxwas 'Qt Q M-I Sff-Swv 15 ' 'ilbzklif' I '11 , 5-filyilav Tlrvfi ff v 'gfyw IB 4 QTVR , 4-:Sui Wx' , 'fix X 1 A ul' , -25-,gsx fswff fr24'1a'y-rib wi if ' 44-?494f1vr:.1 .sag Pri famffzznf' AQQW QEWI 1 du iv-X Q 4 f :If 4 -WN m P .Yew ffaffffzemsb 'www 'N ffffff .Mu - 7-035 ' -x QXOXQN NW S l4!mwv',f QS.,-N1 ?461Q1Q'5 SS-N MQ ? -96 9ux5iNX'W1ys'YFNg 1 '5'3j:,x fr :Ag v 1 'L ' 1 :fi2.sa3eR1'anE EQM49 " " 41' QQVEQNW SS U4-A pgisz lf: ,125-aim 59411 ' 'f"' 2ifff26-' 'ff'-' I I 4 'F 'FK '75f1hWllf" rg?.?:3!. 2635-2fS3.Q1Q71'5h""s wdmw ff,,7qb'4vu1fui M4 "Aww VUWKNN - 'Qffltlvnh ""' Colleges 257 258 Architecture Arts and Sciences Ar Xxx ' H X 5 x Qliiydg-ll'4i7f 'F-T? Q A 5, t U li .' 1: Arcl1i+ec+ure . , i Q ' Y " fin ., I L. . 1 ,. 'lf 7 J. L. Allen W. Burwell G, E, Cheeks 5' R' p,-ew N, Hancock A. Ng 5- - ' 55,1 .3 .tg V. Hawkins B. Holmes M. ... .-..-...-...- B. Kelin A. Pool B. Hall S. Horill A. Hartman I tit , xl f rg Y I' 'SZ' Architecture Arts and Sciences QNX N I. A WL lp It J- D- W'bb K. Allison P. D. Anderson o. N. Cheafheam J. Goebel A, Wcrneke 4 260 Arts and Sciences Biology Chemistry Communications ' , r- ,Ir s -V as L' Y nm-Q ! .,X A qv P r - . Bohou P. Baker D. Brockmeyer R. Broze F, A, Burden M, Cqmpgg B W J its ..- N 35-L X X r K. Kleemon D. Kosub R. Lee V. Lee J. Lemoine P. Levin D. Lock .3 I if 3 is sf Q 1 ' x 5 D' Wm J. Brannon J. De Leon R, Aryq B, Bqron D. D2 HOYOS P. Dicks H. L. Eisner C. Gentry R. Gray J. Heod G, Henderson J M' R' 5 ,qs v--qy GX L E c 4 ,ff X -"' Q Q v .f. J t X IJ Sk NJ 1 S. Lassiter D. LyOnS P. J. Moniscalco P, J, McGowan P. Mooney 1', J, Pqlmer D, Rive,-Q F' QI' ,f J. Durden E. Garza M, Hoda O. M. Hernandez R Jeffords R Kebodeaux A McColl Q.. -sri" S I' HKS J. Parker A. Rios H. Sanchez F. Seizler Sum F Sfaufberg S Wulhs R. Blome K. Jenkins CL- , 9 ,. 1 F. Russo Arts and Sciences Drama English Foreign Languages Q- .4 'fx 7' ,Y Qi . 5 2 ' . tn . f. 5h Drama g Af.,-at fu - English 1 fe..-N I 1 L E ' X :N I.. Devine M. A. Hebinck D, Branch E, ,,e.. x .1 ss' 1' x W" sis S W Y M. J. Schroeder C. Simmons S. Thorne E. F. Ve.-,ch W' Wong QT' ' YZ? i S i i 1 A. Lopel R. H. Lynn K. Reese E. Reyna S. Spencer X ijt: I t 1 x l :JUN K 6 vc i 'Q x W' v .Rx W J Comerford C Fisbeck V. Jacobs G. Nesbih I G. Ohler sf? G' Evans M- L- G90dm9n E- Hill 5- Horn N- HUM M. L. Johnson L. Kaetsky Arts and Sciences Geography History Home Economics qs' , FV i 1- . ' nk? v , . -' - gl A . y v I' i X e l if, .1 S. Callaway C. Hays L. Lawrence M. McClenny E. McMath B. Moony D. A. Ray W :R Q A ' , . - Guo- N . ll' Foreign E ' - -Q I I 4, pg., ,P 1 if , XA Languages . , . i sis - X e ks s is i o ' J. Boffa B. De LG Garza M. I.. Flohr B, Grqhqm D, Henderson W. Jackson 690975 PhY History 'M' Y' ' E. Turner S. Phillips M. A. Bailey B- BlGf1l0f1 N- J- Cenfer i Home Economics Fr i i A GLS L. A. Shirkey R. Wyche C. Barton R. Bilao J. Christensen D, Durfen Fr --W Ox CT' A. Kopycinski L. Leigh K. Leindsey H, Steele L. Strickland J. Wong L. Wong 26 64 Arts and 'Sciences Math Mus ic . we . fri' M- D -m '11, S - - -- i' ' . N- , 11 1' , ' Vtgrr' . A 5 J- Aplilewhlle D- COMF' J- CDll1OUh G- Collefl M. Crawford J. Cullen Q. " H r V 5 " mr ! ffx s 'Q cv -'x 1 W.:---'fu , .A if X . A r ' . if 1117 f Q 1 ff f 1241 " fy: f ,A Z, f f' x N. Nielsen J, Pqrel "r .. x X. Y id '5 X C. Quick J. Rodriguez N, Ross B. Smith L. T. Szeto B. Wilson D. Switzer R, Briefzke D. Borski MQ . 51. 'ef' H R. Devlin C. Dodge S. Ellis D. W. Ford J. McClellan D, McDonald R. E. Romo Sw: 5 -v.. sr I NV vxgfrxv 1, Q, f I - :X-. Q .. .-R 1 ii 19 J. Sanders R- Tdfwef L- Vfwshn E. Velo . J. venzke N. Wells V ix V W--H' . Q . F . xi- Es ' S N In 5 f 1' . X , fs . f-VN 1 4 an T1 ,,,.., , V . Q . ' . ' .A , X - . gli, . Y . ,.., L FG, J 4 1: A ' ' 1 ' ' l v ' . -N in ' .j as ' 4 F' f X ' ' 7' x. ' in :ll -Giza , 'Q ,N ' . lt. Wil? , C. Cyphers M. Darden J. Gibbs but-ff R. Teun M, Thibequx C. Trevino S. Godschalk M. Westbrook Arts and Sciences Physics Political Science x G. Graham V. McCauley C. Middleton W. Q' an ,wi X - ' - , . Q , ' -V : T. Wilkinson V. D. Williams J, Wilford .-fc I ,f ' , H funn' - '-' :.g -. '4 -f, T f 'f,,lS?4i"frj.w , . ' "' mgflvvl 'L ' It .7 Q, . l . . . . . L ' 26 266 Arts and Sciences Psychology - P hl SOClOJOgy syc oogy T. Aigner K. Box s s J s sss ss s sss s so 2 'fr .fx E" l l 1 ' Q-ig X I V Q nk K J. Cummins B. Demaris J, M, D,-uqry H. Durbin A. Ferguson L. Flowers J. Geo,-ge 'K' P. McNulty M. OwenS J. Penry P. Priebe W. A. Reese Il R. Rendon S. Russell NSW Qs'-' T' L. H. Smith L. Tyler D. Wald S. Walker R. Walsh A. Warerland A. Whiglock Q, is .1 f L. Breaux D. Diehl M. Douglas D. Ferrero C, Fowler J, L. Froelich P. Glazer J i K gg. 6' J S eech A G- Roof M- 5P0"k5 K. THJBY M. C. Walker J. R. Anderson J. L. Franks '., 'F II' P. Brandon J. Caslro L. J. Coleman Arts and Sciences Speech M. Gilberi H. Guerra S. Guinn J. Hemmi J. Konieczka W, Maynard F. Souers J. Scherling S. Scheue rman B. S. Silverman D. Smith D. Smith I A. G. Zwan D. Albrecht F, J, Avery B. Barnett J. Bowman x via N Tan I . 3 Q, V ' 'R' as N 'Y ,igi l. Q. i ie Wm.- i,' nw.. 5 : 'mb J ' ,I A ' 1 - . R. Holdren W. Lightener B. A. Penewoy J. A. Provost C. Ray J, Roehl A. 'ii f ez- 1 , G.. I, 5 A f W f J J ,Y EEE- 'igi A iii J S. Harvey R. Lala G, Lewis V, Pruett T, Robbins D. Thomlinson 26 .....,., 268 Business Accounting J. Anderson .5 -YYY - -.X - . l X -h I Q'- .. "'- 5 -me -fix . Q U ' vw Q. . .- 31 : -'-. NS' N. i. X f sg v Lx .3 f X: 15 Q x is J li' ' A tw 5. . C. Bosseh P. Bland D. Bruns J. Cahill B. Curran J. Diaz E. Ewy 9- S5 .ff P 'ff H. Lew M. Loper G. Morris J. D. Morris 5. Mouion M. McNeely H, Reynolds is .sew i I U V ,I . su ' 1 it is 1 ., :M i i ' 1 K xi . .. - QNX . F. Arizaga P. E. Bice J. Bishop R. Caldwell C. Chaney W, E, Coleman F' NS J I 551 j J. iz, if J Q f X su 1 l '5 iw X fs is Ns Mig A I Y is X' X B. Curran J. Consins B. Davis J. Driskell S. Eilers J. Ferguson J. Gulierrez B "s' S J i . 3 Q, i s i C, f YY K Q X l - ,b 5. I , f C- T. Myers R. Petersen J. Rivero R. Robichaux J, Rosen C, Shelqnder K. Strickland " iii' P FW J SC 'il F' ii! ful 9'- ' ,. ,xg i X P: vi W. Arnold J. Bannofyne Business Behavioral Management Science gm . 7 Ci B. Ford L. Gutowsky T. JSE 5- Joe J. Kulendo fl WLTI V" W. K- KeU9Y D. Lassiter Fe ,rsss - W S. Scmoheyl C. Suarez P. Sulek A. Theil K, Warren D, Wong T. Woo q., R. Cosfin J. Cousino B. Curran . f T . X ff . u, A X T. Jdrldbe J. T. Lee W. A. Mager F as A .. Wi W 269 270 Business Administration Economics Finance General Business Administration International Business S. Blevins Q-4 .:' . Fur . 1 R. B. Hill J. G. Lingor W, Lgdqfq J. Lombardino L. Loyd F- l-YN' L. Moy s-,f s--s - -e,T,. so law ii' xr gb x at-K ,I 'Q' ' ii J. Dimel B. L. Dyson W. EGSTOY J. Ellis J. GYCCG J. Mahoffey J. Schuster V7 gg- f V. Frederickson M. McHenry A. B. O'DeIl D, Chosen R, sgone p, Tiiug H, Wilkgrgo W. Dillon P. DoleY J. Emmons D. Emshoff R. A. Freeman C. Govronovic W, Irvine X H. A. Roed B. Winzer C. Young J. Zogsi D. Robertson NF l. N w i xy" G. Tinney S. Duvvury , ,c,. . ...N ,,... .. Business Administration Marketing Production Logistics Quantitative Management Science J.Brau F 1 K1 ,Vx :Sit S r . xc. or tt or-' ., H 'sm-ff Finance M. E. Meadows T. Schultz W. Sherwood J, Weinstein R. Cartwright 5, Clark General if-. 75 Business Administration 5 .av B. Busch L. Clayton W. Davidson A. De Farke R. Green S, Grisham N NS Qlnlernational M'3"lfe+'n9 g X Business 3 ff ll B if li is ,, C. Roberts R. Zubizarretta R. Blond B. C. Chow F. Cox R. M- JI-Ireft R. l-CCl0ll' P. Lozadc T. J. Meyer J. F. Monk V. Ruiz D. 0. Reitter 5 uanhtahve Science 21 t v . . 1 i." anagement lu.. W l. Cruz R. Fussell S. Rein e F' :vw K. Rochow M. Stricklin 27 272 Education Administration and Supervision Art Education X :-1-...Qs -,,- k .,Rg5+-NN - W igii 'NR l , F -' I 'rj ... "'x4Q. E4 i ' , ' 'Q' H 537 '.a, 1 i Q L X I " 1 A Na QQ. '47 M- Blflnkfield S. Fulgenzi G. Benton R, Buckner 5 ,qu A N X 'ww X " t A Q4 A' fi f B wig vt x W 3 X B. Hayden J. Johnson J. Rich C. Salerno L. Scofi J. Tihle S. Tong 5- Alben B. Balthazar S. Baranowski M. Barneycastle A. Beaupre ji Bei,-ne N. Boler x ?S'7" 'X'-rr' P. Clark M. E. Cliff0l'l L. COCKG H. Cook C. Dittloff P. Dowlling J. K. Felle ,gfff Tf iffff' 'B x x 521: xx " 32 ' i . .1-T. -1 S' so' i L. Davis S. De Weeie V- Felle C. Fitzmorris' M. A. Flores C. Garcia D. Garrett J- C0ll"0Un A. Diebello J. Hagerman r fm 41- Fl R Q 'B K ' 1 f l 1 A . J. E. Watson - 1 X I. X. If x, 5. Brown 5. Ghormley .,,.. C" M. R. Garza Elementary Educa+ion w,,,v Ld' J. Campbell .11 . - 1 G. Grant 'rf , "' . 'Q I 1 'A 1: r I B. Gernand 3 , F. Allen J. Campion 1" Ti ,wifi can I . lug ll N J. Davis Di' - .T Education Business Education Elementary Education 273 Education Elementary Education 274 'f Hi' . - 5. L X 5 H , X. W y Q r f .. x h t 5 Griffin C. Griffin L. J. Griffin D, L, Gugtke p. Ha,-bich ff.. T-K. , . : g ll ""' 'fi ft -ti E t .N .1 , K 0 f- ' . - ' for ze F., . , . . sg' 'S , 1 5, . A W 2 f1t.,Qx' 'ifj ' .- F ' . f ,za Q X, 'g' -wg. ,4 5 "M ' l vL,l':,jf.. 5 , gn 1. V. V wgtjwgiiv-. . ' 7 . 'X .mmm EAA Q .I mf fff.: -' X C' 5 ? V. Johnson F. L. Jolivet J. Keifer M. Kent M. King ww Q V. Lenwnd J- I-If-Wd J. L. Lotts B. Manning B. Masden W. Parsons V. Patterson D. Phillippe J, Pinifqlq B. J. pow,-5 x X i X 11 HI Kilt! T. Taylor 1 C. Thomos A. Thomison C, Trunk K. Upton M. A. Hettinger V. Hobbs F. Horn R F E qv. Q.. fr B. Kirkland C. Klodzinski D, Klodginski 5+ J- MGIOSRY L. Merritt M. J. Moody f K A .pr 'x X Education Elementary Education ..,..,,l . ,i Y Q wt., . . X x I "t , is 2. " A ' 1 '53 1:11.25 -.471 . t J ff l D. Horsley T. Hurst S. Ingram J, Inman i 5 W ' ' - 'Q r -,,,h Q1 , N ,..', V, ,,,,,,-f , ' . 7 E , 'i viii? 'V 'iii E. Ladson D. Lazorine L. S. Lee P, Lee fx ' G ' J :Q ' 5 x - ' it ,. - fig. ' v :,A af f L L. Mullin G. Northcutt T. Nycum K. O'5fi0f1 ji . J. Reed E. Sanders D, Schuster RN C. Yacek L. Wansbrough P. Warren 'L D Session N Solito J. L. Sutherland A. Taylor 1'- 'CV' i X ai. "' -v R. Weidner D. Willard S, Witt L, Ybqrrq 27 276 Education HPE Industrial Education HPE Music Education ?-- L- Afkins G. Bouisch lndustrial ,V Education 'T ' iy ffl R. Mitchell G. R. Saenz D. Sgepl-,eng A. Sumerfqrd W. E- wade J' Earnho,-1 . it 45 I - :lf 4' x S4 ,."t'li" ..i. "' Q 'R' nl J. Conudy N- Cuwburri B. Demehl D. D. Drisdale D, Drgemer R, Ellis A, francis .lt 7 . C H ,Q , W YL. Q 4- 'V' f Q Bi J ,- F ' lg . 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Ghazzaly, R. J. Sewell, F. W. Rankin, B. Fraser, A. White, N. H. C. Hwang, J. M. Nash, A. Bonar, G. Pincus, J. R. Rogers, R. J. 1 Henry, W. J. Graff, H. N. Myrick, R. Blumberg. v Engineering Electrical . ..'ii8f""' ni", ff CHAIRMAN: D. R. Williams ELECTRICAL: S. Lee, N. M. Shehadeh, G. R. Paskusz, G. Tyras, W. Manning, B. Cook, C. Tavo- .rol A. Alley, H. 5. Huyre, W. P. Schneider, R. S. Simpson, T. C. Minter, R. B. Zey, J. L. Highnofe, W. L. Anderson, D. R. Williams, J. D. Bargainer. 5 .- fCHAlRMAN. CIVIL: A. White. 309 310 I I v- I Engineering Mechanical Systems And Industrials MECHANICAL: R. Sinclair, R. D. Finch, L. J. Casfellanos, F. J. Kay, L. C. Wifle, D. Nusier, J. E. Cox, B. D. Cook, G. A. Fazekos, R. W. B. Stephens, A. C. Nunes, J. R. Howell, R. T. Becubouef, R. R. Nachlinger, B. Childs, P. G. Hedgcoxe, R. B. Bonneral. CHAIRMAN: D. Nuster .1 l I I I ff x ' I if ' .. I . . . x, .3.Qj'3t? x ' I . . -2.1" Yhgxsfsy-2-ix Ns'-QQ -. .-.N kms -Q . X- sr,-.sxf sf. 'Legs-,' WM... as lxx 3 I . N 4 - . K .gi-.-X g . if . sf fs? I I 1, 1 : 1" 1 125'-EF' :A xi " 'fi' L.RY:?S i E I SYSTEMS AND INDUSTRIAL: S. T. Poage, C. E. Doncghey, B. T. Rhodes, M. B. Smilh, J. I. CHAIRMAN: S. T. Poageil Elrod, G. S. Dawkins, W. H. Ander. 1 l I I I Hotel And Restaurant Management HOTEL AND RESTAURANT: A. Sfephans, R. Watts, D. Greenoway, T. Mandola, F. Romanelli, G. Young, J. C. Taylor, DEAN. Law ' 1 A . CHAIRMAN: J. B. Neibel . -.- .. . 'ff . ,::Q+:E15:5S4?n1:.i:-. ' :S:.w:'.gq:"c:s.:f,-fv5:12:iz+N-Sfgs. 'Ish-:afv ,....+,-Aww. f.. , , -f '- " ' f ' ': K I ,J LAW: P. Kehoe, J. B. Neibel, J. M house, M. Johnson, H. Marquis. ixon, J. L. Cox, Jr., N. Black, R. L. Britton, E. Ereli, A. J. Coco, J. Hippard, J. E. Hensley, G. S. Buchanan, A. A. White, T. C. New- gf' Lx..-use CHAIRMAN: C. Pheiffer Optometry OPTOMETRY: A. R. Villarreal, R. L. Kerns, I. Mohindra, J. F. Koetting, E. Weinstein, W. R. Bruce, K. Marcha, T. Ayres, N. Wallis, C. H. Pheif- fer, T. E. Fannin, S. N. Meyers, F. A. Belgau, G. M. Coulland, A. C. Ro- mano, N. D. Logar, R. D. Ebling, W. C. Lee, R. Harwerth, D. G. Griffith, J. D. Winter, J. U. Thompson, L. A. Landsman, G. W. McKee, J. McAl- lister, N. J. Reber, J. E. Hamilton, C. E. Armstrong. ,pl Ez. 314 F! I ii Pharmacy F i , 1 I 3 r 1 .1 . E 'E '41 A l 1 1 1 v iN U lx! N PHARMACY: E. E. Gonzalez, S. C. Rattan, C. W. Driever, R. L. Boblih, S. H. Rouse, R. Kroeger, N. M. Ferguson, A. H. Hikal, T. L. Lemke, M. B. Cromer, K. L. Euller, M. M. Clay, G. W. Lohmiller, D. D. Garner, S. C. Su, A. Simon, L. Cates, V. D. Gupta, M. G. Webber. CHAIRMAN: N. M. Ferguson Social Work . 5 i e .3 if L SQ W W? W . SOCIAL WORK: K. Kemp, D. O'Keefe, D. Roberts, A. Zanger, A. Swain, G. David, F. Clemenger, B. Purnell, G. LeCompte, C. Breeding, M. Thorne, D. Radabough. - x 5 6 Technology Civil Electrical-Electronics FI l I CHAIRMAN: J. R. Manahan il l , I I i . ,Z CIVIL TECHNOLOGY: A. P. Akkerman, R. E. Bond, K. Wolf, J. R. Manahan, A. F. Fukal. l ss. X ELECTRICAL-ELECTRONICS: J. V. Malone, E. S. Luce, J. F. Lindsay, J. D. Edinburgh, G. C. McKay, P. M. Fitzhugh, W. B. Hurt, J. E. Grey, R. C. Cunningham, T. S. Matthews, G. R. Goodman. Ck 5 CHAIRMAN: K. W. Flist TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS: D. M. Simpson, C. Goodson, M. Superville, K. W. Feisi, J. Thompson. Technology Technical Mathematics 317 QU WW Greeks liz? ::':.- I ix: l I 1 1 ' l u Margie Butcher, Marilyn Rueping - President, Mrs. Strickland - Chapter Advisor. ' x pi' fl l V 1 l ,W . fe S i HK .f fc' L, in 5 ,- : .. ' X - -.1 gx I L Y,-- N-Q' .ly I . X, c Q 1 Sarah Flynn Martha Cleveland, N J Barbara Butler, David Keller - "Alpha Chi Man," Nancy Best. nh rf ' I ill , gt ,.. . pr " - Aux' r Y 4 n Q, s A ,. i 5. 'an X J" ,sw J 'ix fharon Mendoza, Susan Smith, Fabienne Gates, Brenda Engdahl. I "' 'kg s k 4 l :Q R f A V. - r lg ,' ' O ' ' ' , 1, 2 5 fr f 55 3 F g ""i"'i i.' i C I Q ,,-. L dgiifir' - -5 4 i s, l 7' rl , ,J ' W 54' 4 9 "ff1E"iA ' Y -' .. ' su- ,qs ew .. q.oqNie:1,f, ' ' Ntjg ' V1 1 X SS., v ' y .1 G'Sf.4i45v- 4' ' ' Gzlikbifi e 5: f"' ' " ' ' " ' RL. ,F-Sig , px'-j.gQ..4f 6' S+. ' 41-Zi-A-A-.' X Marian Moore, Janet Sisk, Diane Goynes. i , GTSFSYZIM-..-: . , .W ,, ,, i ,- rt 2 4 ,S Wwe N ,mln ' ' O Z5 ,aft --""'fi , j K X , P , K , , 'X Vi NM H- P . i' . G31 D . ri I .,,l ' E X: l v 1 - ' " 1 ' of J 1 -X ' X W. A 5 Kathy Defrates, Jo Dell Tamborello, Linda Moore. ,- f Connie Ferguson, Dana Millner, Renee Stash. SPRING PLEDGES '7i: FRONT ROW: Mary lou Gedrich, Becky Patterson. BACK ROW: Debbie Ethridge, Joan Jeffries, Jackie Gore, Mary Ann Bertolo - President, Christi Krauthamer, Susie Seghers. 4 A- v, s A . - , " .' , , I 0 I . . r - , gp. f -. .- -1, ff I - Q nf ' 'E7 F 1 - 4 M' or f fi on f ,S oes, 1 P Q S new h l, ' 1.1 ' I -- 4-2 , ll ...inn N- - , -I 7 P " ,gd A ' h dirr I lil. ,. x. ..-.4 -ft 1, I xx. if Lai .. .Lp Q -L 6 Fiq., x?h 0 'D J 1 f NX! J f K I Ng., Z X Y , GX ' 1 M , if f X 4 Q y o A 4 Fx . I X F f WW? 1 - I L T X 6 f f R X1 -M W 5 A P.. ,,.. I ' 'K ' fl 1, 'L S . 1 , 'A 12 'wh' "' X :X l , if I, up 1 f , ' M 59' aff' r g it We in it ' i' ' ' f R 'V Am' gk 322 Scholarship, Friendship Leadership, Serviceg Goals of Alpha Kappa Alpha Women RIGHT: Members of Alpha 'E Kappa Alpha dedicated to ser- vice in the black community, ii ioin with their brothers of 5 , Kappa Alpha Psi for their annu- al service proiect held during the Thanksgiving holidays at ' Shape Center. The children were served dinner and partici- pated in activities. 'Uk X -1- 1 :Siam-:gg : fill-." -V 4-1:r:f:1: 1: :- I Q -if RAR Kfl, x , PLEDGES STANDING, L to R: Arnetta Bradberry i - Ruth Dogan Marsadell Reagan Sammye Long - Ass't. Dean of Pledges Jacqueline Simmons Sherri White Eleanor Doty KNEELING: Vera Ross RIGHT: Pledges ioin together in song and movement for their performance in UC Arbor. BELOW: The "Ivy" Presentation Ball provides a social atmo- sphere for Alpha Kappa Alpha women who extend friendship wherever they go. ' gl I r ' 'b FRONT ROW, L to Bettie Monroe Brenda Dickson Rene Jamer Marva Walker SECOND ROW: Deborah Frye President Cynthia Oliver Sandra Wilborn Elizabeth Thorn LEFT SIDE, F to B: Maxine Broussard Cynthia Bell Patsy Bland Carolyn Irving Veda White Connie Simmons Candice Ray RIGHT SIDE: Verra Brown Lillie Neblett Carolyn Flanagan Eleanor Hill Jacquelyn Green Jacquelyn Haller Florence Russo BACK ROW, L to R Regina Marlin Essie Jessie Patricia Russo Deborah Starghill Regina Spiller Rose Grant Mary Bailey Carolyn Charles Vivian Bookman Brenda Hurst Sharon Harrison Evelyn Davis Reva Wyche Brenda Surgers Loretta Devine Cl d Keefe d f ds John Kalius. CHI GMEGAS place First in Senior Week retire Wacky Relays trophy, capture Best Pledge Scholarship Julie Hardin - Buck Q Lynne Heard Patti Nelson Cl d Cathy Murray Barbara Bawd C' d I. M D W Mardelle Wa Cathy Bruegger Connie Kingry and Diana Wiss nervously await Bike qv-F Q' 93' CVB +I BP .-: 9 - 5 l ' X I ll .-ff -I ,X U, Pat Priebe Lynne Herrod Molly Moores Diane Floyd Martha Schuller Deme Mayhew Sarah Macow Laurye Rutten Jeri Jones Diane Garrett Debbie Duncan Anne Sasso ,C , Q gx .,. Q 'lp OFFICERS OF CHI OMEGA: FRONT ROW: Caro- lyn Cunningham, Molly Moores, Sarah Macow, Dene Mayhew, Lynne Herrod. BACK ROW: Pat lee, Anne Cunningham, Sharon Eilers, Anne Sasso. SWEETHEARTS AND LITTLE SISTERS: FRONT ROW: Claudia Keefe, Betsy Reaves, Julie Hardin, Pat DeBakey, Deme Mayhew, Pat Lee, Marrianne Heffington. BACK ROW: Laurye Ruhen, Synda Anthony, Connie Kingry, Anne Cunningham, Cathy MacDonald, Claudia Wilson. Carolyn Cunningham Mimi Deane Lou Mills Lynne Murray l-Ynn 5lUVl"0l"' Chris Waizek Susan Sari Cathy MacDonald Julie Ho,-din Candy Lundstrom Elaine Bellinger Synda Anghony 325 I gg, 4 I DELTA CHI hifi Yr 'S 1.1. ,r " - , ii F A 'fe N 5 1 in -4 K B- :L 3 ,, 0 - , P W I , .. we 4, I N 1 51 .V ,., f F, MN Qu-nv' 'M if j . 41' 119- ' -fi I-59 2 Pew 3 fn o , A I ' ff N 'vu 0 f Pty?" ,,. 'V ,5 -fl xx, Y -.1 q ye lg.. .5 iq hjl, vw - Y + - , . r . H ,Q 1 .. if - '. I. K' This year's Della Chi Sweet- OFFICERS: TOP: Harold Payne, Nash Baker, Carry Price. BOT- TOM: Darrell Anderson, Andy Johnson heari is Elaine Palmer, French Ed. iunior. , Qs 1- ffsw, 'S i ' .R BOTTOM: Glen Height, Bob Murphy, Harold Payne, Darrell Anderson, Jeff Averitt, Terry Arnold. MID- DLE: Gary Price, Arf Chandler, Nash Baker, Rod Vickers, Andy Johnson. Robert Mares, Tom Gauro- nauic. TOP: Tony Zan, Kelly Arnold, Pal Melancon, Mike Jones, Richard Arnold. CHI DELPHIA LITTLE SISTERS: TOP: Elise While, Linda Lancer, Elaine Palmer, Margie Gilmore, Sheryl Paradoski. MIDDLE: Susan Jesek, Sherry Hormel. BOTTOM: Laura White, Cathy Robertson, Lois Macal- lisfer. 327 ANCHGRS AVVEIGH Delta Gamma symbolizes fun, friendship, and sharingg places first in Sigma Chi Derb Da l 1 '. ,X ' X 5 f s . - i , . 1 . 1 v i l Y-Q LW " X l . . J , 5 L V. -5 ,bg , X 'yr Q Q , , ,, . ..- -its :gg , Debbie Shawd is the Easter Bunny for the Lighthouse of Sandy Sangley fleftl, anchor man, and Paul Reinhart frightj, Pi Alpha man, formally present Gamma the Blind children's Easter party. Sigma Chapter with a greatly appreciated anchor, symbol of the sorority. ,pin i f!ts"T I-u-..,,.-1 .. - The 1970 fall actives prepare to welcome prospective pledges to their "Happiness Is" rush party. 328 N E i l . . ' I ' l l l Stu- Q X... xt-Rv ' 1, . , . as ' 'Q-' ex y:l 'xg Aw-be f if if A , ,, . df.-f . fr -' 0. Q , x, g .- H xv,5,.f,: . I ,.. .... w.a,Qf.Y'-. 5 N X . 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A. . ,v..,,u, . -, fr, .-.,, 1 . , . .. .te Hs. --MY A '-,'.- -. . of .-.- .,..., F, ,,., , ,iv .151 1-M, , 1 1 , ,...,., ' ' ' ' 'Pi' " A, ,.s . P, -7.5 -f '. ' ' ' ' x?"k"if1 a 4 -1'-nr ' ' 'i ' " ' ' N -E 'QW-as-Li.,. Jain... ' . . up ,, . . . . . HM- .,., M.. , N-. '- . Q, -., 1 bk , . .ng-40... "' '. -' a' 5 A,-.-. . 'N'-N ' f ' . i-"'N'-. +- slv,-,.-,-M P, -car. 2 Nw? ""--ef' X ' - - - KSN nam. .9 .ix ,V .mr T, ,- :A S, ,EiiL.irf4.M-qc . . Q ,Av W .59 W.. .,,-,-..5',,3,. x ,, fg.Q,.I , W ,xl-. .AQ w,,:.,...,,-fzq. my 5- -, . -f - H -- 14,31-',, x.f',,e4. Mig'-y.i. ."'2NA:'-T-5'4isR.- ', - :ff . fx: ' .5-1 1- . "' 11,377 ' rf, , 4ii?,..L,4r,iK., 4 BOTTOM BAR, I. to R: Jennifer Barr, Mary Buyers, Janie Gassner, Jo White, Susie Balla Stacy Balla, Nancy Holub. CENTER BAR, F to B: Barbara Bauer, Stephanie Moseley, Linda Thomasson, Vicki Verret, Lisa Haskell, Mary White, Diane Ring, Alethea Smith, Rima George, Katie Scarsborough, Nemo Frye, Carolyn Smith, Becky Smith, Debbie Shawd. TOP BAR, L to R: Margaret Carroll, Peggy Smith, Cathy Fargo- son, linda Sazma, Becky Lala, Cissy McCaIe. , Gayle Haskell, Kathy Newton, Debbie Howell, Pattie O'Neal, Margy Hult, -, - ,,,- ji-Yr'-,-,gf H,.,,-xp - ya - R. Y- 1. . .. Y, , ,,,.',- D. ,,,.- .5 1... A . ,-A1--.1,N. N. .af z.. .Q Ill i-.l.vs.,',,.-H . f ,-, rp- N 5- W- .fwqs -x. 'Q-' P ,. . . . .. .M .- .., Q ui... . , . ,X . 1 5, x -3. , vt, -, - ' X . , a . . .. 3 .. 'NB -A --M r .. . , A fix 9. -a.-1, X 5. , -Lg 4.-ef . --.'s,-- ,N- N.. ,. ' , N,--.mg-' ui' .x.-,.-. . D . " -..g, 1- ji.. 'PA I :ff-'ff wif 1- .'1"Z1:.:e mf - - g RT w 4' ' '-A .cf K - .5115 R5 C'lQ'f 'N ,i x . ,-j-nr.'y,' . , Q--,-1. A 5 wx, . A f. N x .Nga ,. .J-1 Q .15--' 'X 329 330 DELTA SIGMA PHI The Brothers of Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity have iust completed their first year in the newest of fraternity housing - an apart- ment complex located at 5122 Calhoun. Out of town Brothers now have a nice place to live for 3535 a month. Brothers and Pledges of Delta Sigma Phi also traveled to Mardi Gras and Mexico this past year, staying with the families of members. OFFICERS OF DELTA SIG: Jim Nicholas President Frank Powell lst Vice-president Kevin Kelleher 2nd Vice-president Butch Bradt Secretary Gary Walker Treasurer Fred Ogdee Sgt. at Arms Ronnie Daniel House Manager Barry Morrison Rush Chairman Andy Couch Pledge Master Tim Owens Social Chairman Greg Fraizer Member at Large L to R: Jim Bass, Steve Russell, Jerry Schima, Fred Ogdee, Randy Reichle, Jim Brando, Butch i vm-'4:+ . f 1 f 3' ,-,ji:jSf3iQf'fgf:'.5f5.:5,,, . l , at ' z f 4 3 1. 3 I - , , I 1:::,:..-'Mtg 5.72 , . t- ' I ' ' ,- sir? I 'I 1 l I BACK ROW, L to R: David Keller, Clarence Mendel, Ronnie Daniel, Greg Fraizer, Bobby Flynn, Jim Bass, Kevin Kelleher. FRONT ll ROW: L to R: Mike Gayle, Steve Bales, Abner Burnitt, Jeff Bouche, Ted McLemore, John Monday. 1 I 1 I I I I , I BACK ROW, L to R: Alan Wong, Andy Couch, Kevin Kelleher, Ernie Kubosh, Carl Hennigar, Dean Barnes, Frank Powell, Mike Rank, Ed Moers. FRONT ROW, L to R: Alan Walters, Bob Osborn, Mike Beever, Jim Nicholas. I I II ll I l lil ,ll T T T ,E E if L g Q Lf' sr . rs V V gj5P.,, SPRING PLEDGES 71: BACK ROW: Pat McDougal, Ed Reisley, Ross Smith, Ben Owens, Johnny Hatcher, Larry Hanselka. FRONT ROW: Walter Young, Greg Letsos, Chris Han- son, Steve Moore, Tim Hauser, Jim LeBlanc, Larry Keister. Sherie Quatraro was named Sweetheart of Delta Sigma Phi at their annual Carnation Ball. - s . . FEW OF LITTLE SISTERS WITH BROTHERS: BACK ROW: Sharon and John Monday, Steve Russell and Karla Garrett, Ed and Ellen Moers, Becky Smith and Frank Powell. FRONT ROW: Sherie Qua- traro and Bobby Flynn, Debby James and Abner Burnitt, Allison Adams and Jim Nicholas. in-1 W 2 . lu. , -.x'-A Y- A , Q gl f 1 - I-l,1g,g u-, - 331 x +g"N Delta Zeta s highlight year vvlth 3 fwx. 'Q' I N, ...Mggg -.., ---w 've-5, 1 Wx x' ' Yo xx X x Q. , X JXY5- lf. A : t N. W N ,A ,gba , X-' . E x -...,,Q,.. L. -gk.. g ff Y . e at --3.42 Sk ' aa. I if r K 5 L :Z T - - ITS R x. xi . XX 'E-' -X NL -l. F' X. .1 , , I 'T""" 'W , M WPI, in J F ' ,. ' 4 'ijwq J f' .-- x trgd-S. 5,4 Wg ...l, ,AY ,If r vm X f I XXIZQ! 'ri .ws ' 1 w W, ' -1 , , X ' ' ' 'V si b , . . Y I -- iw gi - 0 . .V glibhgg px V A 5:4- 1. , U IFI V f' ' " ' -Y GN w ,Q 4 I . . li f- h E. . J' ' ' '1 U ' 1 If -P .wr - V' 2, V, 3 IF "ri-.'k sk- 5 9 1' WTQ ":f32g5v 'Xl 5 ' ..., , , QW X WK gl 1 - '11 - , . : ' V ' 3. "ij 1 1, .g , E, Fam L . L , is W i .ff ' , 5 i :Swfeese1ef W ' " ' 4 W Avg, W 'Q' til ' . ' f 1 N f am . E fry" it ' ' 'A' J"' We l 1 Q ff 34' ' " 1 Mx .' 1 , .1 .V .4 . - ,.,- if if "L . 1 uw v ,A 5 M--D-w f ,ig Q 55 i -by f 2-,121 3 ZW , 2 I ' fi! f? A, l -Q21 5 ' l ' V' ' -' ' 'fi' 1 f ' If I I - 1 . ' VST- Y 1 Wfzf f ' ,WMS , 1 l , 'iff 4 WEE ' 1- ' , " V ,. V img' V v "" , 235 ,- QV Q ' 'Q - ,f " W- 44 5. 3 Lf . -lj . 1 gas" "Z:-sw: ig .. , --,g .X n Af 'A Q s: : Cm Q , , , , 1 f' 5 a 1 .. . J 'fs , . 4 f' Veronica Jacobs Vera Scott Mary Simpkins parliamentarian iournalist Vabresa Hobbs Virgie Lemond Evelyn Shelton corresp. sect. custodian Velma Williams Lois Srother treasurer Elnita Alexander DELTA SIGMA THETA PLEDGE CLUB: FIRST ROW: Sharon Davis. SECOND ROW: Beverly Haynes, Selerya Moore. THIRD ROW: Linda Hick- man, Avon Scott, Deborah Hawkins. FOURTH ROW: Charlotte Wooten, Kathy McAfee, Gail Marshall, Beverly Parr. FIFTH ROW: Sandra War- ren, Janet Wrather, Barbara Jordan, Deryl White. SIXTH ROW: Alberta Ross, Marilyn Meador. Audrie McVea, president .1 Jessica Lundy Doris Session Audrie McVea president Regina Drake Fay Jolivet 2nd'V. president Pat Martin Sarolyn Harris Evelyn Lockett recording sect. UQ, Q I ,P 3 C DELTA SIGMA THETA sorority members tutored athletes during the 1970-l97l .achool year. Members of the undergraduate chapter and alumnae chapter, and Sxthletes from the basketball team are pictured getting the new program under- vay. 549 H H57 . Ill l DELTA SIGMA THETA has been a long time supporter of the Breakfast Food Program. The chapter donates time, money, and food to assist in maintaining the program. Pictured is Regina Drake preparing breakfast for children who are on their way to school. The breakfasts are served between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. at Walls Chapel A.M.E. Chapel. DELTA SIGMA THETA members, Vera Scott, Danny Loftin, and Elnita Alexander conduct Black History classes for the children in Sunnyside. The classes are held by Delta Sigma Theta every Saturday at Walls Chapel AME Church. ssl 3 l lr-1 ,- l.gb, S. AI Sterkx brrngs home vnctory over Delta Chl. KAPPA ALPHA CDRDER begins year as newest national fraternity on c:ampus,vvins all-Greek intramurals, and climaxes year with Qld South Ball. .Xi The d b h f I h Th lated winner of the Order of th h Old South Ball. Kappa Alpha Rose Margie Bufcher. - S- Tom Webb Mike Buss Dennis Pafillo Jack Bode Mary White Janie Gassner Doug Kudelka Don Milner Mark Tapp Al Sterkx Rita Peguero Alethea Smith Dennis Robinson Don Henderson Jim Fauceh Trisha Laird Cathy Sendt Laurye Rutfen 337 3l JUNIOUS DAVID O'NEAL TRUEHAR WILLIS LLOYD HART WAYNE OWENS WILLIAMS Dean of Pledges Advisor Naf'l. Chaplain Keeper of Records Commifteeman and Seals DONALD HICKS Keeper of Peace it LEONARD FRAZIER ff 'J 1. ng -5 rx ls' ' Ipee I Omega Theta 1- ' ' L. -L hh, JIMMY BARREIT Chapter .,-'- ww? JIMMY HAWKINS Ln ERVIN KIMBLE JOHNNY BLOUNT MORGAN GILFORD LARRY DAVIS EARL DAVIS LEONARD HAYS JENKINS GLENN CHEEKS LARRY GARDNER -is 1 :A A ESUEL C. BEARDEN Basileus ' --L Records and Seals BARKSDALE Vice-Basileus Keeper of Finance Advisor Asst. Keeper of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was founded November 17, 11911 on the campus of Howard University. It is the first iblack fraternity to be established at the University of fHouston. Omega's purpose is to occupy a progressive, lhelpful and constructive place in the civic and political slife of the community, and to prepare its members for greater usefulness in the causes of humanity, freedom, 'and dignity of black people. l --115, ..--1 ..a-f" ---4-:, 5315 ' . ' r DORIS SESSION Miss Omega BEVERLY PETTEWAY Miss Psi PAM FREEMAN Miss Phi ,Q LAWRENCE nozs ROBERT MITCHELL " 5 .1 . Q X S' A15 hu., -- 'Q' 'R CALVIN ROGERS I ' We Ewclous BELL y ,gi K X 4, ' l 'vi z is 11 ' '- Kmsv TAYLOR P if 'I -'-' , f N: ,--S A 5' ' EXP 'Q A gl DAVID EDWARDS JAMES WALKER OLLIE POLK 339 vjgggw .Z K4 Kb T K 1 'I U il 5 15-1 mb 5-ME 255 YQ Llgf Vw Ea' 9 X SQL.. Pr! T-1-Q 'W Rx hires? N . P .ur W 3457- ' , , 5 E: lx J: : , --qxggxx. me f ::t':eXe:-595, .... ,::XSS?5:Q?- :2-:V-'-xciezffgxxwvwsrrgi-ygiSf +5 X ' a.xxxmwA9bHlbN XQ.xQ.Nwx:.- , QNXNN-M.-,N.wNWA-,- .. . N xT"TQ1f--. -Nmxxx Nvw Mxx -X ' . ., ...W x..,xc-gxgwv-'-WNWN V , M Xkkx :fx ' K-gj? - 5,,gkF.:,,f, - ' ' fa 5 Fjxflfav 3 Q ' , E , 9 JV 42 Phi Mu-Alpha Pi in Best Chapter At the Phi Mu Annual Texas State Day, Alpha Pi Chapter took the top award of most outstanding chapter in Texas and Oklahoma. The alumnae chapter received the district best achievement award for the third year in a row. Mrs. Bessie Ebaugh was honored as the most outstanding alumna in Texas. The Phi Mu ladies were busy this year. They collected over 351,000 for their na- tional philanthropy, the hospital ship "Hope," and also collected for the March of Dimes. Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Easter parties were given for the children at Ellen B. Lane school. Phi Mu sponsored o drug abuse program for thekcampus, partici- pated in senior week Sigma Chi Derby Week, and worked on the President's Ex- cellence Campaign. The Phi Mu gals are all proud of a very good year and will be starting the Fall with a cheerleader, the Cougar mdscot, two fra- ternity sweethearts, and Miss Houston World. Jebby Kirkhuff, Grant Frat! Sandy McArthur. !,'l . Q X -' 5' i X - 1, , f X I X N- -X ' X, 1 XX R X 'X , x X i R ' i TX -L 1, ' 5 -, 'QQ v . u-7 A ge l XV' K N f-' .X:' xy 1 Ah' Q ' ly 1A X Lynda Graham, Crista Beinhorn, Debbie Crump. Hi X. ,. fi gl X Jeannie Taub, Betsy Angelill McCaIIister. Margie Saibara, Sue Dobbs, I Amy Barnet, Lois N. E' Jennie Robinson, Pa- ', 4 K -V S 4 , ' L. f r,.X y ' 8 f f if X, 7 4 i I ' K N X . 1 X X .1 ' Y i Paulo Pl0l'lCk, l-OWU Cflimif Di0nCl WGl50f1, Dee Dee Susie Wolf, Fern Reuss, Kay Dominey, Teri Donelon. Maxwell. AM C7 H Pam Botella, Linda Reynolds, Anne Bridge. Edna Baecker, Kathy Nixon, Cathy Bowers, Ann Den- ton. Mary Angelilli, Candy Andre, Anna Watzlavick, Eun- trice Van Fleet. ice Spriggs. 343 PHI SIGMA KAPPA sponsors two all school TGIF S, reach all school softball playoffs place fifth In Fraternity Intramurals LITTLE SISTERS Alluson Clawson Dee Knox, Don ehe Hampton Loyce Gossle Joan Jefferres, Deb ble Laird Karen Roberson Brenda Kessler. Sweetheart Pam Sebesfa I Gil Goodman, Rick Jones, Pam Sebesla, Debby Laird. 1... IU' ,lv i ,Z x fjx Marc Dodge, Bill Meier. Bill Meier, Christie Schoch. y-s 4:-K vs' fi x X ' Paul Sfewarf, Diane Goynes, Larry Quasf. .K X X is, J i Af! Jim Mayo, Joan Jefferies, Jeannie Schoch, Harry Hallows. oneha Hamplon, David Laich, Allison Clawson, Tom Koch. Bill Bergeron, Brenda Kessler, Jim Cranford. ST? 1 l Rich Butler, Karen Roberson. John Barker, John Rogers, Tracy Lutz, Paul Lemons. l i 34 46 . ' 4,513 J- I.,- if fa. 1.0 V 'Q-A Co co . " -p . 51 0 9 NN Yr, fl , ' . 'B 'X"J w ,Qu rrA l9l5K x2,- I ' 1 A 1 I i i 1 1 k I 1 I 1 l 1 rl so ' - :rf '51-x, 'T " ?3.u"ff, fb ,L i W vs c - 1 -- Lg , ,. "1 ,- ' 1 Q, . " . 3' ia 'AJ Q A" !. -71 -"' . f 1f:., W: L F. J V s :if 71' . 'K X13 , W . jf? ' x 347 Sigma Alpha Epsilon X. ., so A 1- -lit? if ax., if 5 This year the annual S.A.E. Golf Open was played at Inwood Forest Country Club. Bob Barrett fmiddlej gives the Greek rotating trophy to PKA's and first place team to independents. Xwq' wb 1 U X XS X XX35 X M NX X s YN .Xs-. V X X 5 we X R X X 3 X X S S 5 NX xx E ss tl ,S xx N is Xxx S N? Q S X X XX S R X K .Nr l ,X I ti lx 5 husk! .X , , - "rs "IW 1 . fxsfxiiv-'iigiw -N X 4- XX. rr-'QQ 55:21 VX-.2 ' 1 ' ' . v-w'zf.:" A ' T ,ix N-- fg vi ' 5 , XX ,J J ls .iziv ' V s X ,N-is V. bn QQ: A " s EQ ,. il-fly' X , S Q R P A sf' if R 'Y l. 1 R f. g X,-gg .X X - ,9:1,::.-..:.Q QNX. . - . ,X -2 A ANNE .-5-get Si Y- ' A 'X nge., XX N l ' RN Us N "NV, X... 3. 348 . ,kQaiQ , S.A.E. welcomed Miss U.S.A., Debbie Shelton to Houston on her tour of the U.S. Brothers Mike O'Grady, Bob Barrett, and Dwight Brown give her o bouquet of roses and a little sister pin and honor her by making her honorary sweetheart of the day. xxx ,f .,,,-, .tvs-f' ii l a i l i l 2 2 ,I-Gm 5 "-'E' 'Fi pg , tl Tony Marchese Ronny Rice Kevin Henderson Lee Hurt Tim White Dwight Brown Dale Daniell Gary Younge Ed Hendee Jim Puglis Robert Partin Rusty Senac ' x i yvw ' ,Ji if. .ici Chuck Bassett Doug Gelo Curtis Hamilton ' Dan Smith Bob Barrett Wayne McDonald 9 president I Greg Goher Ron Aguillard Mike O'Grady S.A.E. Presents Annual Awards This year S.A.E. gave its annual Gary Phillips award to Poo Welch for the outstanding basketball player of the year. The award is given yearly by Gary Phillips, an alumnus of S.A.E. who was an All-American in 1963. The player is elect- ed by the students each year at one of the games and is presented the award at the following game. This year S.A.E. included the Joe Hammood Award, given to the outstanding freshman of the year in memory of Joe Hammood who was killed in an automobile accident. Al- though not an S.A.E., Joe was an All-American for U.H. L I . V i ,'A ' s Ax 1971 Sweetheart, linda Sazma J -i tl . jr, W I l LITTLE SISTERS: Sandy, Jerry, Kathy, Linda, Diane Julie, Jenny, Becky, Karen. TTU Sigma Chi '71 Sigs sr, i on l Wi n All S School Football Crown Sigma Chi's annual Derby Day is once again a campus-wide success if ,A 1 All PEGGY wiLsoN A i Gets in the final word. Miss jo Beth Roberts SWEETHEART OF SIGMA CHI Homecoming Queen Blueb B I Epsilon XI Cited As Most Qutstahdihg Sigma Chi Chapter For Fifth Straight Year THE BUBBA'S give worthy Jim x X I r Q Y X 5 as :mx . N W .R A 1 'X -,M ., , w 55 w 5, ' f N,n -.gf "Lb, '-sw We , ...I V? . X-, . X 7 Q I 1 "Lf 9' - . .51 ,H .,. .A l X F 1 fl- I ,QD jg?-. Q 'E ' mx X- X J ff -, Q , X ,b Q W K Y ' A f tt. ,,., 521 '.... 1. , Y , 5 X .-:X - 'xx-'Q . :st 2 ak H+- , ii fl- ' S -, X x 2 ' Uv -X Lx x V Nr" X . ,six f' X ff .A-Q 'X ' 3. 1 N-,X Q J 1 Q X Q 3 4 9 in N ' 1 ..- Y- V Q: g ' i u' X Q 1 'M ' x ' :I -' ' e it N K N.,,gf,.-1-' 'W .,,. A I h - . I 3 ' w 4 I 1 a f 7 . X i I Hx 2, l, 1 E s WE I s T , '4- ' n B V U . x U ' 'AV ' If . 5- 5 . A Q Al Q A l "fu 'T' W I V I X, I J ' If : X 2 5 1 5 . 5 A Q :.- ' u , x W H: .1 . 19 ' 1 f Y ii Xyf 5 L 45 fi ff Q 1 - I ,Si " ' - v I I A - 131 Pot Conn Larry Browning lorry Hilburn Lynn Juravich M 4,-f--. M'-fa ,, Q . r .. 'N , if -' For-.4 -, r Amr .Q f"1r" ' s 3 Q ' ,4- f 353 w N w w i 4 1 1 4 V l 4 A 1 i RED DOG McCLAIN, D. HILL and COCK I ready for action. P ii FI' :MQW f ,a il 112 -',.5,,.5g, 0 - ' .. fri' ii .Q . H11 .411 41 V 354 fr' IQ! l ROCKY SUDA, JACK HARDING and BILL HOLT help Sigma Chi remain unbeaten. 1 i 4 -1i,.,Y ,NY 4 i ?wl'?"Vl" T.""N SN 'gill' Q Sv . P5451 wif 3.iL-s.fi-ak.-!E.,r'silri 23? , iitsuun. -lf affix' C Q' 5 Siiww-P " xS.""' mb ml 5- " , A V-wif? SA 'Q lfvii-Q. 'Sn-. 0' X in --W.,,.......4.. .. .. ...s-... . ------'f mm f .1 . o,1"'1:f53-5: -'Q fir. fy- 2 .Q - 1 . -Liu' -.dx ' a f 1- .X 0 r- 1 .I-1: .- 4 , 4' v-- f ,Q--2 V 3-. 'WX . L ,.,f, X' 'xx W ' Q' D ug ab... I P . , A 1 .U-. . 1.7. ig, V - ... . .1 .5 3 J ' ' ' ' 51 'P X6 - ' -QP if! . T.. ' ' - - iw ' -.V+ ' ' N-'P'pIIQ.45 . bk? W 1, 'hqQ',,i.:' 4 V. M' ku 'intel' L1 in, ,mf -1 A V43 ' 144. xg'-'5 5333 'firm V 'Yuri T" SYM' 'ee G f21a.f.1.?'f1q.f'wv- ' a A . .A I ',- iv, ..,..:f,l I 531,514.8 'je . 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' 111, 'Q 6 N ff V? -'J x. wx .- X -vb ., rex-,, x f a W- 'f ' M1 fx 2 N I, as " x S lx, 1 f v' Ez, ,E1 Wim ,' - ,-,' ' 72 -X ' '-:':- z, A Mike Slofcper Pledge Trainer X I f If Q i.w'9.z :ET www. ' -. U 'Nui-I-fvf""'N',' ,. -A -. g ' V e -. f"'K " ...,:x.---V 'Me :..,.- ,..,.. , """" -aff--. V ,,,,g" . . I .uv- 74531, gf-'bv-1 -1 n . z 1,S , gg4,:'3g4ee,'J 4 hw-iv gk A. - 'fef.fW3r2 infer: sf,g"'Q-'jg i'f??z:aue7 -..Q.,.1 357 JIM JENKINS STEVE HARRISON ROLAND BECK JIM PROCHASKA TONY PHALEN GREG OELFKE RONNIE LEONE RICHARD HICKS BILL HOLT JIM GARTH SANDY MCCREA JAMES HURST ALAN ROMIG DON HILL ROCKY SUDA STEVE CAI.LOP DAN O'DOWD JEFF ALEXANDER SCOTT WALKER ERIC BLACK MANUEL ZABY THE ODD COUPLE ANIMAL SLATAPER E:- I Aw PUB HEATH and JOHN MARINER iake a break from another Sunday morning. , -:oi 1-neunlf -, J , ' I ., . fs V - ' f 'sig f .4 X- r A 1 X . xr, GATORMAN FRATT "Layne are they drinking over there?" W fini ......,..,f--:n"" "- 1 A- x 'L if .N c TD' aim v .a -...-1 '11 ,,,, gy? 51' 'U I' 0 9. o. o 'N o 2 l'l'l U O an -I E 0 I '9 ,gm LEROY ROGERS in f ,fill 359 RICHARD BLASE BILL HALL GREG OVERTON BRUCE SCHOEDINGER NEIL KURTZ STEVE JENKINS BILL GEYSER VAN BLADES TANDY LOFLAND PUD HEATH MIKE KERVIN MARK CLAPHAM DON RAMSEY MIKE SLATAPER CLIFF HALPHEN BOB BUCY GARY LONGBOTHAM GRANT FRATT MAX VADOR BILL STEWART LAYNE FRENCH TOM BARBAZETTE FRANK ROCHE MARSHALL GANDY TOM JOHNSON GENE GARRISON BILL ASKINS DAVE MOSEY JOHN KOLIUS STEVE SHUKANES BILL FARNSWORTH ED CLARK DAVID BROMBERG ROB WARD BOB GROSSMAN PAT O'REILLY BILL POWELL MARK HILLER BRIAN LYNN MIKE KONZE 362 ii Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity With A Heart 1 ., Cf' uv FRONT ROW: Rick Sheehy, John Horne, Pete Ryba. BACK ROW: Paul Wooldridge, Doug Snyder, Doug Locke, Trip Bomar, Dan Monuppelli, Wesley Wrighf, Bill Bai- ley, Tom Sandidge. i I 2 l l i i i A -' N i Q i I Q . Nt' -1 i i 'Li' , 9-X i i i l97'l-l972 Sweelhedfl THE GOLDEN HEARTS: Lawrin Fullz, Chris Goerner, Kathy Scott, Marianne Hef- l-Gwrirl Full! fington, Nancy Cockerell, Rosemary Boyd fnol picluredj. 1 i Pele Ryba Doug Locke Johnny Boyd Doug Snyder Dan Manuppelli Tom Sandidge Rosemary Boyd Paul Wooldridge Nancy Cockerell John Horne Rick Sheehy Coco Trip Bomqf Chris Goerner Chris Goerner Nancy Cockerell Mmicnne Heffinggon Bill Bailey Pepi Cooper Wesley Wrighg Rick Cooper 5 Marianne Heffinglon, Bill Luke Nancy Cockerell, Bill Braaslad, Larwin Fulfz. Bob Stone, Kdfhy Scott 363 364 Pledgemaster Richard Denbow fleftj smiles as the Spring Pledges present their pledge proiect for the house. ri l First graders from Burnett Elementary anxiously await the annual Teke Easter Egg Hunt. Founders Day speakers Cecil Holifield and IFC President Bill Booher. President Bob Planck fleftj, and Vice-President Ben Sutton, winner of the Fall Presidents Trophy. -, .A ,JJ '- '49 A pretty coed takes a 100 whack at the car smash, part of the chapter's Public Service Project. Thel proceeds went to the Leukemia Fund. THE TKE LITTLE SISTERS OF APOLLO: Cece Kelleher, DeeDee Maxwell, Margie Saibara, Diana ii Watson, Barbara Siegel, Christa Beinhorn, Sharon Planck, Sue Dobbs, Paula Planck, Nancy An- 4' thaume, Patrice Von Fleet, Janie Leinbeck. NOT PICTURED: Ann Mallett, Chris Odom, Pat Tierney. I l i Jay Bohner fleftj, winner of Hermes Award andfi Spring Presidents Trophy. Richard Denbow fleftj, winner of Apollo Award. 5 Founders Day, 1971 New President James Millikan Tekes host all Greek Valentines Dance, take 'children on annual Easter Egg Hunt, 'smash a car' for Chant and celebratel th anniversary with best TEKES: STANDING LEFT: Terry King, James Millikan, .lay Bohner, Ted Andres, Brian Francis. SEATED, TOP ROW: Clayton Hay, Steve Schulze, Roger Barber. SEATED, SECOND ROW: Bob Planck, president, David Fra- zee, Richard Crowder, Rick Graham. SEATED, BOTTOM ROW: Doug Ber- thelsen, Mark McMath, Mike Applewhite, Terry Guess. STANDING, TOP RIGHT: Chris Andries, Robert Ashcroft. NOT PICTURED: Ben Sutton, Tim Turner, Steve Glover, Carl Buckner, Richard Denbow, Robert Bateman, Richard Bateman. T K E stands for Tau Kappa Epsilon world s largest fraternity Miss Christa Beinhorn, 1971 TKE Sweetheart. E' z .Q . 5 152 v . 2 A , . gZwN2. 2fx gf.-.FQ .,5.'5, Vg-2140. 1, v '42 ,.' O . glflwfa- 1 -f Q, 'c. K 5 C Q, 'i 1 -. 9 K f 1 if Q , ff -Q 4 ' 1' alll 4 . 1 QU . it ,env-'v'-Wm...9....,N 0 I -22 -- .2551- s . . If .. .ii N f 1 - :g.,.,.g -ag +4 29 Sf I Z 5? X 5 S K 'lk W. I' i ,,, 3 s I E, ng,-:g 331 .55 rlk- 1 -'R S X Qi Q, i -H! Fljnylv 3 FH a A ...x 4 g,.. w wx.. A x"L xx + . .. ,... - , -NNQXQ 'N xw , Q A e :- 545.6 If 1 - X Q if I c pq u..x 4' .T L gx E. , - i 3 ' 'f:fi3s,1f F" 3 yi 'Hs Shelley Clarac Cynthia Miller Verna Prewett .lane Francis Donna Lacy " I I ,, 1: P" J N .5 1 BELOW: Betty Blann and Jim Prochaska glide across the ice at the Ice Skating Party. ? 'Wig I! v gf. 4 . . ,, X -apkyw... 3. .Q - -1- -- , :tv .13-n-fb muh ow-iz , 'Ein v0 - elf' Margie Metcalf and Brenda Yoakem repair their kites in the Zeta Come-fly-a-kite party given by the Spring pledges. :TW ,U ..- .,.,. 1 ,,1 , ' , L .' 5-is 4 , ,, , , , . .. .+,,Q395Q6j'5iW g W f-if X-.ml 367 w15 V5 3 M 68 -- i Q V ff . . ... -,.- . X A. . , . , 'Q 1 '-'. .. NNPF-f x X' Q52 'W 0 .M-'I' '.'l 4" I-can -- -" '- - P. A A A 4"zlfQrf,!Qff 'eiiigflf 42 - f ig 1 M . " 1 , I, ,-.mr A , ,X ,F U 1 COG Q :ix . ' V ' ':s'xQ1fQfi,' - e,!-Q . qv I M N Y H - 1 W 14' P , . x 'iii' f, -- :H . 0 x Lf---AMVJ-, .M-4 " ,4 ..,, ' - D0 5- f I :jp 6 r , '-. M --. ml mill v. 5 Q , Q A T'-17. "' 1 V ' ll- -'?l',."vfl X' 'I E V s , ' K .. Q .. . ' I: f- I 59 QQ . ' , , v n H i E I I I . , . ..,,'.?x T O 9 ... -.. ,: 'L " I U Wi, 1 ,J w 9 E Q X ' 1 t X 9 T W . 'A t i 1 0 4 4 Y o Q , - 'W , Y X xx X L! U WH ,' , Y ' ,' . 1 0 Y---" O ' ' 0 Y v f - ,. 1 l ,: j 5 ' Ll TT , P 0 J I r Q . ' X fl ' mx ' M T P . ' M L ' 5 r . V F Organizations 2 4, - R f--T' lift b Q! 'A QS-LL 5Q5'Y'f6 uw A 2 'ghx , 3975675 S 1' Q ff 'A 41 'I.'NXN-M X 13" A , 'ff'-i "f-'f'-L 7 -' 0 'li ig- -XXTKX 'f N mf E w - M A E I2 , W' 2 -, , , ,f.' 4 f sv - 1 N XX' S N 1 F51 1 1 1fQ X- by I, if ' Y A' 'lg 1 u L1 bfi . . 1 I wifi? 369 70 Alpha Phi Gmega builds bonfireg pulls Bathtub to H support Heart Fund -. I Q- gf .f Q3 L- : M Iva V, gmyiwwwf 5,4 -3-' '1Q --vi ',.,- .5 V. ' l35w WH, Pm w wk ww .- ., v,.,,,61, . ve nlfg IZ: 11?-:Lg 13" X xx-5?-. 2:5 Q K 4' HEART llEA FUID 434 W FUN HRA! FEED HIAI1' APO provides film series and cares for mascot i I -. l iff I si ' a- - '-1 I P1 , R ti Jr xxx BITS: Pixie DeShazo, Glenda Rolhchild, Jeanne Gilmore, Lindo Reynolds, Loral Mulenburg. APO sponsors University film series. Shcsia in APO's charge 'swvv ' -' 'i ij! fsgekwv, 1 --ss-'fr' 1 L, l hi' 5 ir S in ,J i H-,:1-vs V -' ' -""'?:Y5" I' "" - 5 s s- 9 i' bl FIRST ROW: Harry Thompson, Corre- sponding secretary, Don Cobb, Alumni Secretary, Russ Gundrum, Historian, John Mabry, Chaplain. SECOND ROW: Bert Thompson, President, Don Burchfield, First VP, Jim Simmons, Sec- ond VP, Ron Juren, Treasurer, George Dunham, Recording Secretary. c' 113 Qs FIRST ROW: Tom Moore, Gary Noble, Bob Duvon, Jim Simmons, Larry Fuller, Clark Cox, George Dunham. SECOND ROW: Wayne Patchin, Terry Watson, Farris Thomson, John Safos, Craig lit- ton, David Novotny, Robert Deluca. THIRD ROW: Frank McClenny, Gary Nace, Hap Hostetter, Don Cobb, Larry Scwhing, Bert Thompson, Ron Juren, David Jones, Butch Dahlman, John Mabry, Kent Whitaker, Harry Thomp- son, Steve Taylor, Don Burchfield, Russ Gundrum, Mike Peters. - N1 X wlwe-sq.-'???. . e. 372 ,. jxrggx N - ,. , ,T w..:,.i-. , XXX '-Nh xkilila.-... xN NT? 1w'C J . "Rx 2 - . 3545 f""1' if 5 X r t X HAPG brothers laud sweetheart Candy Andre APO members dance and revel at spring formal is v CW H r 1 t r 1 t 1 4 vs N, X ,yfr as N ' X la' Y. as t v l 3 4 I 373 Program Council plans rich variety off cultural, educational and entertainment? FORUM COUNCIL: Teresa Beardmore, Larry Loper, Dominick Carquella, Jack Welch, Bronchei Watson, Tom Johnson, Brenda Denniston, Mandy Tyler, David Ogle, Mike Keller, Pete Rowland. STANDING: Dale Freeman, Edward Castillo, Tim Turner. FILM COMMITTEE: Word Wallace, Max, Paul Spivey, Karen King, Jeremiah Booker, Ron Kowski, Craig Poorbaugh, Floyd Williams, Charlotte Clay. 'Qs , -I ae, -I "'.l'-I.-X" 74 -fwfi - J at MTM-f f W 11" 3' programsr HOSPITALITY i COMMITTEE I FINE Anrsi communist CHAIRMAN AND OFFICERS: SITTING: Dalis Allen, Greg Francis. FIRST ROW: Jack Travel, Vicki Schmit, Paul Bur- deaux, Pat Priebe, Kent Whitiker, Ellen McLean, Brenda Dennison. SECOND ROW: Deborah Fry, Frank Hood, Dr. Robert Wren, Peter Howell, Floyd Wil- Iiams. .inda Stevbinger, Ann Walker. Nancy Tucker, Ellen McLean. N - . - '1s.J f Pamela Forsyth, Deborah Fry, Frank Hood. i i TRAVEL COMMITTEE: Marwan Aliar, Jack Travel, Dianne Campbell, Odel Graham, Joe Blair. f-f SPECIAL EVENTS COMMITTEE: John Ward, Liz Quinlerd, Paul Burdeaux, Pal Cronin, Teresa Colby. 375 376 Program Council provides St. Pat's Day Feast. Coffee- house talent Don Sanders 'S i D' -Q 'ix t. N. t x-. xxx. - xv: ' txt W rm, xi: .fit-Q4M".V hw ' ,tf.-QW.. its 'S4.vf- ff' W'l.'1.7".5'f'5'F+ ' " . 0 . ,Mid . ' ,g F13 W Readers Theatre presents IOHN DOS PASSOS, Debate squad takes top five places in UT tourney, hosts National Debate Convention READERS THEATRE: Mike Rhea, Charles Rosen, Lanny Temple, Judy Simmons, Kathy Hopkins, Eugenia Daniels, Dr. Jose- phine B. Moron, director, not shown. -, DEBATE SQUAD: TOP ROW: David Cobb, Tom Goodnight, Walter Ulrich, Wendell Odom, David Stedman, John Gossett, , Nick Mostert. SECOND ROW: Gage Hunt, Terry Stewart, Buddy Lowman, Tom Roskelly, Bob Jones, Lee Garrison. BOTTOM ROW: Craig Olivier, Lynn Sparwasser, Linda Listrom, Ronnie Bankston, Skip Cliff. 377 378 Acquainting members with latest engineering advancements is the primary objective of University of Houston Society of Electrical Engineers FRONT ROW: Ted Woods, Barry Baronet, Cole Bankston, Sandra Cole, Randy Sweeten, Raymond Lindeen. SECOND ROW: Herbert Adcock, Jerry Miille, Ronnie Pozmantier, Benny Gothard, Tim Headley, Paul A. Rainosek, Ernest Bates, gBruce E. Cole, THIRD ROW: Floyd Trefny, Clayton Terry, Stan Stover, Ed Schlotzhauer, Jan Buntyn, Larry For- ester, L. C. Shen. NOT PICTURED: Lynn Clark, Jim Martin, Alden Perry, John Stout, Dave Rossi, Tom Taylor, Fred Beam, Paul Coppinger, Edward Alexander, Dennis Turner, Theodore Tylaska, Billy Buinski, Thomas Minter Jr., Moises Goldman, Michael Conn, Rogelio Reyes, Paul Katz. -Q1-Y -ii QB' if-,n-,giv OFFICERS: Dr. L. C. Shen, Advisor: Floyd Trefny, President: Clayton Terry, Treasurer L American Institute of Chemical Engineers instills OFFICERS: Bob Huebel, Presidentf George Rotker, Head of the Interna- tional Chapterg Doug Riley, Treasurerg Bruce Braud, Vice-presidentf Don M. Franzen, Recording Secretaryg Cynthia Oliver, Corresponding Secretary, Danny Slaven, UHSE Representative. ws l 'FIRST ROW Bob Huebel Tony Xzabo Ray Monroy George Rotker Madelyn Rod David Melasky Cynthia Oliver SECOND ROW: Mike Ballew, Tony La monte Tom Brandt Danny Slaven Bruce Braud Doug Riley A Ramsey THIRD ROW Bennie Cernoch Billy Fritsche, Richard Snapp, Harry Fogel, Larry ' .- vf..sf:lu'-.f- ft- , , '.1'ws.s,,mf-' " "'. ' ,W " " - ' ., N' .'2:'f'eAJ-f.'4:,'.'s,2,,i. r PM I ' he " Tau Beta Pi, engineering honor society, recognizes scholastic and professional achievement of undergraduates and alumni , 49 ' T um, A HI J?" K OFFICERS: Donald Raanzen, Cataloguer, Robert Huebel, Vice-President, Terence Cheng, President, Cynthia Oliver, Corresponding Secretary, Henry Ander, Recording Secre- tary. NOT PICTURED: Franklin Chan, Treasurer. Terence Cheng, Cynthia Oliver, Henry Ander, Donald Franzen, Aki Tiger Wang, Jacob Chow, Narsing Patel, Prem Dewan, Dilip Kinra, Robert Huebel, Carlos Pfnalo-1 za, Ed Schlotzhauer, Richard Zey, Michael Redfern, Faustino Garza, Manohar Sohal, Paul Wuenstel, Guy Warth, Jerry Chancey, Benny Cernoch, Jerry Mef+in,Jus-- tin King, William Harris, Jerry Hammer, Kent Peterson, Jerry Miille, Hassan Hamidi-Hashemi,Talbert Connell, Kenneth Heussner, Jerry Price, Tommy McClure, Larry Donovan, Takaki Inoue, Jerry Javaherian, Eugene Klodginski, Tony Lamonte, John Pugsley, Allan Lovett, K. H. Kwan, Charles Anderson, Billy McCoslcey, Philip Tam,i Robert McCabe, John Headley, Gaiendra Patel, Brent Peterson. - rv--.p,,.,,,,, , V. -If" .Q fs.x:3""f Mt- . 1 .ef ' ..gU"f'f"--f"i?fi:9fmfMa,f1f- -44 t K f-vs ., gs. ,.--, - N2 ..,:,..u . -:- - " . ,5 -,. tr-3 A are-.f1f'i tf.LfL3""'fj:f'.1'.f1T-ii -J f ' T ' "f "3"'g'Y 23759 1-1 .A ,IL MRL ' V- A gf- . 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'lx N- 'ifkslsiii 'Ix. 1 ' I x Delta Sigma Pi, business fraternity provides professional Contact and social activity i ,vb . -.Ll .v TU James Schmidt, James Kuhn, Dan Lassiter, Ron Scott, Melvin Loper, Juan Castellano, Paul Jones, Tim Turner, Roland Kinney, Art Garcia, John Berkel, Steve Arnold, :ay Mayfield, Rudy Rivas, Gerald Richards, Homer Wilkerson, Doug Miles, Bill Hughes, Vincent Ruiz, David Kent, Frank Pierce, Ernie Hogue, Jim Moriarty, Terry lce. PLEDGES: Margie Gilmore, Sylvia Zepeda, Jackie I White, Jamey Ostrum, Cathy Smith, Carolyn ' Smith, Carolyn Filipp, Sue Morrow, Brenda Clark, Q Dale Zoch. , Gmnmaigmaigmahddsmcmckn ' orphans,provhjesC11HsUnasforrnentaHy SZHjQ Hj?JXQXHi?Q2J A ' ' res., oria ainas, reasurer, am McMur , , retarded and performs service projects tO lltm,ti',toQfnlGiml,e,C0f,es,'L,ndi.g theschool tary, Linda Reynolds, 2nd Vice President, Debbie a Greenland, AWS Representative. Sli 1' 'W 'W " 382 i 3 FIRST ROW: Faith Malcuit, Linda Askins,Diane Smith, Linda Jones, Darleen Shumate, Louise Riley, Mimi Ghaure, Sandy Ellis, Candy Andre, Eleanor Jeu, Belinda I Gongora, Mary LaGrove. SECOND ROW: Linda Sandel, Sheri Klapp, Claire Noonan, Colleen McMurrey, Mary Thibeaux, Marta More, Maria More, Laurie Schnei- der, Annette Bartz, Marilyn Sivoneck. THIRD ROW: Twyla Roddy, Maryland Edwards, Nancy Carmichael, Roni Wooderson, Vicki Schmid, Rachel Gould, Carol West, , Jay Strobel, Susan Burroughs, Katie McMullen, Betty Smith, Pat Hloyek, Linda Lecarione. i 'i I I 'f X. Q N ESMF' 1 I V 1 . IX I R V N ,.,.iTgxvA I 1 Y? , -. ge df arfzfsf ,J rg '1 'RQ Q' s mxa. 3: H.-till! - tx nfl! ' ' X ,, M. 157 ' QR .- , , 4 I' I fx , H 4 ' N X 5 .4 " f I 'O' X X l X Q G K ' F 'f"' , 1 ' U b dk' ' ' . Q ix E N. f iw- 6 Q 2' i ,f E Si vt i ' 0 ' ' ' 1, U .1 .- " 4- ,Lie 5 ' 'r 1 K 'W-Q' , ' bbw E ' . 1.4! x . 'u W1.,:' 1 Al .Y ! 1 'WH i ? K!! s - 4 , . All I P' Q1 W, f .,,,,' , ,.1: I I . PM Sf? we-.vw sr at 384 Pi Delta Phi recognizes sm outstanding scholarship in French language and literature, promotes deeper UW J, appreciation of French culture Dr. Charles Janssens, Paula Freedman. SECOND ROW: Jean Louis Menin, Judy Boffa N Pres., Kathy Thompson Sec., Rachel Lipschutz, Dr. Jane 4 Malin, Chairman French Dept., 1 - Jacqueline Ledhelter, Dr. ls Charles Silin, Chairman Division X of Foreign Languages. FOURTH ROW: Nannette Fuller, Dr. Eliz- abeth Brandon, National Presi- dent of Pi Delta Phi, Dr. Eugene Decker, Ann Thomas, Vice Pres- ident XX xi Beta Alpha Psi aids Professional Goals o National Communication among its member. Z I Ffa .ac A-- PM A A ..... FN ' FRONT ROW: Robert Canino, Gregory P. Morris, Ken, Rima George, Susan Miller, Mattie Porter, Nan Dresdner, Ying Wang, Pat Sulek, Phillip Uhrha, Dick Vacek,i Clifton Goldman. SECOND ROW: Tim White, Pete Shukis, James McKee, Ray S. Sheffield, Robert Edwards, Teresa McCanlies, Jackie Sauer, Sharon Hopper, Davel Mechler, Ronald Ritter, Phil Titus. THIRD ROW: Bill Arnold, Edmond Januhowski, Jim Stover, Lonnie Hannington, Henry Viktorin, Thomas Kirila, John David Morris, David G. Smith, Michael Crabb, Steve Bertsch, Dick Williamson, Dan Fuson. i i l l Pi Tau Sigma instills high professional idealism of Mechanical Engineering FRONT ROW: David O'Connor, Brent Petersen, Bill Harris, Eino Olivares, Jus- tin King. SECOND ROW: Kent Peter- sen, R. M. Kyle, Rick' Robinson, Anton Haschke, Jr., Saligor Nicholes, Gary Hinds. Houston Lavv Review vvith worldwide circulation gives lavv students valuable professional exposure and experience. wa..i.i A. Baker, Eric Gordon Andell, Steven E. Segal, Editor-in-chief, thorles E. Baxter, Managina Editor, G. Sidney Buchanan, Faculty Advisor, Harrison tliskers, William V. Walker, Michael Cenatiempo, Woodrow M. Boneiso, Frank Louis Carrabba, Richard Gartinkel, William B. Sing, Bruce Pope, Carol Dinkins, Robert B. Wallis. 385 FRESHMAN COUNCIL: Diane Moellenberg, Carol Ann Smith, Danny Cowart, Karen Reed, Anita Gaines, Patti Smith Marylee Goodman. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: J. Hal Machat Director, Sonia Carring- ton, Ann Tekell, Margie Excal- era. STANDING: Wayne Trull, Buddie Gregg, O. A. Watson, Jr., Robert Treadwell, John Fin- ley, Hood Bader, Dick Roach. NOT PICTURED: Ronnie Casey, Jerry McGauhey. 1 ,N-,,rX r --. A,-5 5 . Y ,A th . . 'FQ , -al' in th 1...-sf" vipeeches and song highlight NSU international Banquet. 387 ,N .4 ., Home Economics honor society, Phi Upsilon Omicron, encourages intellectual and ' professional development of its members. FRONT ROW: Brenda Dernehl, Anita Kopycinski. SECOND ROW: Melanie Stid- ham, Janie Thompson, Hattie Dell Steele, Sandra Horn, Ethel Perkins. Kappa Epsilon provides social and professional association for women pharmacy students.. ill- s , 4 , - , It-I FIRST ROW: Dr. Carl Driever, Pat Trott, Vicki Miller, Evelyn Shelton, Carlanne Hicks, Jewelry lim, Theresa loo, Charlie Bellinger, Jennifer: Wolfe. SECOND ROW: Kathy Parker, Nancy Chapman, Lou Ann Murillo, Wendy Morton, Sylvia Cantu, Janice Yee, Martha Osborne, Jam Long. THIRD ROW: Janis Budai, Patsy Yard, Nancy Cigainero, Kaye Wiggins, Marsha Szurek, Nina Delgado, Chele Villareal, Janis Bird-il well, Lourdes Cuellar, NOT PICTURED: Linda Carriker, Ann Purcell, Cheryl Johnigan, Anne Hatcher, Karen Power, Lela Colligan, Vivianvl Marcos, Charann Gamble, Dee Dee Marsh, Linda Ritter, Janie Martinez, Mary Ann Hanlin, Donna Henry, Colleen McBride, Sherry NioIet,i: Gloria Page, Glydon Kennerly. i l l i l i l l Alpha Lambda Delta honors outstanding freshman women FIRST ROW: Augusta Hall, Fairy Lasfovica, Faith Malcuii, Dr. Fannie Howard, Madeline Bullock, Fifi Naggar, Karen Hong fsiflingj, Chris Goerner, Debbie Laird, Maria Jimenez, Terry Hershfield, Gaye Andrews. Alpha Pi Mu, honorary Industrial Engineering Society, benefits its members through association with faculty and professional groups : Prem B. Dewan, Dilip K. Kinra, Dr. A. N. Paul, Dr. Ben T. Rhodes, Dr. Charles E. Donaghey, Darshan Singh, Osman S. COND ROW: Charles Anderson, Thomas W. Friedman, Harold Batfaglia, Michael P. Schaefer, William T. Fogarty, Michael T. Qzkul. SE Aartniski, Aldo Rey. 389 90 Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity benefits its members by fostering high ideals, scholarship and research by supporting projects which advance the pharmacy profession. SECOND PROFESSIONAL YEAR: FIRST ROW: Hector Canche, Rodney N. Wil- son, Joe lckes. SECOND ROW: H. Dwight Starr, Noe Silva, Herbert Svec, Ar- turo Hidal o, Jr., Joe Lanfer. THIRD ROW: Russell Jones, Larry McCB:ugherty, Gregory gerry, Charles Coppock. FOURTH ROW: Michael Nadar, David Owen, Joe Vale. FIFTH ROW: Charles Moore, Efrim Garza, Alvin Prause. NOT PICTURED: James Casey, Juma Farai, Jesse Garcia, George Gober, Jim Ven- arske. THIRD PROFESSIONAL YEAR: FIRST ROW: Leonard Marcella, Sunny Chin. SECOND ROW: Toby Garcia, Alex Wong, Dick Storseth, Bill Reeves, John Lucas. THIRD ROW: Robert Nash, Robert Hart. NOT PICTURED: James El- liot, George Gee, Van Chapman, Jim Brown, Larry Garza, Billy James, Jay Livingston, Ray Penilla, Mike Sims, C. R. Trevino. Besides promoting academic excellence Kappa Psi sponsored a Halloween party for under- priviledged children and aided project START in building a maintenance home for persons with drug addiction problems. PROFESSIONAL YEAR: FIRST ROW: D. Paul Dalton, Jesse Flores. OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Alvin Prause, Vice-Regent: Rodney N. Wilson, Regent: ROW: Dorold Moellenberndt, Robert Galloway, Johnny Villar- Herbert Svec, Secretary. SECOND ROW: H. Dwight Starr, Chaplain: Noe NOT PICTURED: Greg Maiors. Silva, Treasurer. THIRD ROW: Charles Moore, Parliamentarian, Chairman - W Judicial Committee: Dr. Michael Clay, Grand Council Deputy: Joe Lanfer, His- T torian. FOURTH ROW: D. Paul Dalton, Newsletter Editor: Hector Canche, 1 Alumni Chairman: David Owen, Public Relations Chairman. FIFTH ROW: Rob- ert Galloway, Entertainment Chairman: Joe Vale, Scholarship Chairman. NOT FICTURED: Darold Moellenberndt, Co-chairman Alumni Committee: James Casey, Election Committee: Jim Venarske, Co-chairman Alumni Committee. l i 92 American Soci.ety of Civil Engineers promotes professional standards in -W students FIRST ROW: Marvin Janik, Harry Coder, Arnold Moreno, Chris Barves, Ray Meyers, Mike Sechelski, George Elliot. SEC- OND ROW: Matt Camon, Edgar Guilbeau, Gordon Hans, Mark Evans, David Kitson. THIRD ROW: David Collins, Jo- seph Jando, John Thomas, Ron- nie Pace, Hamazasp Gregorian. FOURTH ROW: Robert Pudlew- ski, Dave Krukewitt, Larry Dol novan, Rayburn Mueller, Ronnie Daniels. C American Institute of Industrial Engineers arranges tours and speakers in the interest of professional advancement FRONT ROW: Michael Meyer, Tom Fogarty, Larry Bernshausen, Steve Young. SECOND ROW: Dr W. N. Ander, Mike Bartniski, Aaron Krantzburg, Frank Pokladnik, Charles Anderson, Mike Gillett. THIRD ROW: Bryce Koslan, Jerry Melcher, Steve Christina, Tom Friedman, James Leeper, Mike Winter, Francis Samuelson, Mike Schaefer, Terry Cook, David Gambrel, Henry Ander, Ted Link, Gene Klodg- inski. .P 'Q 926-1 71 K Phi Beta, professknnal fraternity for womennunuyq speechandchanm entertain at Veteran's and ChiIdren's hospnmsandsoki tiousunn Synnohonyseason tickets on campus. Kathy Muenchow, Cheelan Bo-Linn, Mar- garet Ehlers, Nancy Green, Sylvia Groes- V Y chel, Sarah Meyer. Tau Beta Sigma honors women in band and works to recruit new bandsmen FIRST ROW: Susan Thompson, Vivian Lane, Claudia Ware, Nancy Green, Penny Hyden, Linda Gimblet, Veronica Gauthier, Windy Strom, Barbara Wade. STANDING: Kitty Steele, Recording Secretory, Joyce Young, President, Jimmie Smith, Corresponding Secre- tary, Ruthie Estes, Vice-President. 39 'A Bates-Law Dorm provides activities and sets guidelines for women Quadrangle residents ""!'i if ex Q 0' : ,Y 'Q' .- .r Y '-i- ' 7 ' . ss ff.: is f fs A of Q' v . Q, ' .1-' '45-f , l. i ' -gi -A .. I, i h 2 A Vu: - W V V ,fw A4 ' SS N-'U - . I s: 'A ' :Al A, . 'Z' A J ' x A A e A M B-1 T ' J A y rn- ' ' -' 3 5 , ' A -"I, l V It lwfil A X E. R. L 1 Y -ff Ni, M ,ax V 3 S - Q ig, if 1 ..-4 ff New 'f if , 5 SEATED: Lawrin Fultz, Francis Martinez, Sandy Zager, Becky Dykes, Charlott Smith, Lucy Smith. STANDING: JoAnn Lank, Nancy Adams, Ann Smothers. Quadrangle women battle Moody Tower's team to a 0-0 tie in the Beauty Bowl. Linda Carriker, Joyce Bell, Becky Dykes, Nancy Adams, Thelma Douglas, Lawrin Fultz, Lucy Smith, Barbara Parrott, Ann Smothers. SECOND ROW: Ronda Mclntireb Francis Martinez, Dannie Loftin, Kathy Defrates, Charlotte Smith, Sandy Zager, JoAnn Lank, Susan Root, Verna Ross, Ruth Dogan, Cindy Sanford. dpi :fr - .ae 394 l 4 jeffrey House brings women residents closer to campus activitiesg service projects include giving Christmas baskets to poor Sharon Hopper, Beverly Pefteway, Shura Zofopeck, Susie Frazer, Alana Ali, Mrs. Exparza, Annu Mounzer. 395 396 Panhellenic coordinates interfraternity activityg style show highlights spring events Debbie Musiachia, Treasurerp Jackie Holler, AKA Delegatep and Carolyn Smith, Secretary pick up gear at bookstore. bie Reese, Presidenti and Adair Thorn discuss rush plans. 7 GP Karate Club sponsors 5 spring tournamentg develop confidence and self control. if r i 5 eg' J Davis, Treasurer: Bobby Orci, President: Pofiie Meria, Secreiaryi John Yorber, Victor Cheng, lnsirucfor. , pb A: , lg f ,331 9 ereerrr - 86 ix. it ,:,..g ' .- . 5 i 3, . .f U 1..,,j -me S, W. ,W ev . ff f' - 4 - - you 'im ii, rl .Q ., Qi xg sg x 'TT1r 'www-,X .Ns 54- Ji Aewh xl 44.k'.g.. 4l'.f'f4.4-mb--4-z--m.-s 397 98 Spring Cougar staff works to maintain the All-American rating received by 1970 Spring and Fall staffs. 4f l - . i ....----- , Is. I Q Q' . .,....i. -----' ...f 5 .-.....1--- ...........l- 1.-1-1i , W - p- ,inj SITTING: Jon Bennett. STANDING: Carol Gentry, Chief Copy Editor.i Rita Bloom, Spring Editor, sentimentally gestures her regards, Eric Gerber, Managing Editor, reads an obscure though excellent literary work. xx. Dale Robertson S l , .'lmlrrzE.f, tfiliiwliirf r ' ' . ' -. I l' im? -liQlul gygahe f le-, ,N l ., rl ,xi , . A K 'S N xv .. XX E Rita Blome, Eric Gerber, Managing Editori Joan Duffy, Assistant News Editor Kerry i l i i l ll KUHF staff provides diverse programing year round at 88.7 FM. 'Nw 'ff l , N. -1 l- libs- . xg, K Va'1 f a ,s e ' f. .M D . 'Dennis Callahan, Palsy Page, Mike Taylor, Kirby Taylor, Mark Meyer, .Ion Lunceford. f D l . Dr. Arvil Cochran, Lyn fx 91' A. If -H., 44 M . -Q, STANDING: Lou Houck Phil Stewart Dennis Callahan Tom Jureck Bob Wright Craig Cherry Lyn Salerno, Secretary Roland Richter KNEELING: Warren Fletcher Mark Meyer Arvil Cochran, Direclor X 'II 399 International Student Organization provides activities for international and native students: International Fair and Talent Shovv highlight year's activities Ano Moria Sobbogh, Treasurerp Byron Synch,-Presidentg Sondra Weibel, Vice-President: Jowaol Saymeth, Social Chairman. l BELOW: Noemi Dennis from Paraguay, plays l harp and Rubief Gqmez qnd Mig-igm 50,-,kouql ISO BEAUTY QUEENS: Marta More, Cuba, Fafa Kioumehr, Iron: Joyce S gf Cqlqmbiq dqnge 'he Cgmbiq, Mary Leo, Chinai Sandra Weibel, Chile. ln servingthe community Residence Halls Council gives Christmas party for Houston orphans and coordinates activities to enhance social, intellectual and cultural life of dorm residents. 4 01 402 'Qs .P . 4. I .I b A' Louis Byron Glenn Barry Heit 'A ii Albert Sterkx .A 3 f 1 .f Aff' " 'If' I K s vi J ' Wi '7' Farrell Benson ii i 2 Y Lee Mclntyre 'fi1"ffS5e- B , -i s,Ai fl L ff Tracy Lutz -. 1, I 15 f W " f sv 5 ' wr !' , Q, i .- L U hx ,is "' -. it IJ, . C' 'span , N11 8 pg, xr F 'I ' . V , ' ls ,Q - il V 1 X 1 L 1' 4 1 r' 1 Jerry Schima Kevin Kelleher Doug Snyder Frank Lewis William Booher Secfeluf Y President IFC Officers President - Bill Booher Vice-President - Joe Slovacek Secretary - Frank Lewis Treasurer - Jay Bohner Office Secretary - Trish Laird to whom this page is respectfully dedicated UH Interfraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi Delta Chi Delta Sigma Phi Kappa Alpha Phi Kappa Theta Phi Sigma Kappa Pi Kappa Alpha -fr . - . X . P " P 'Q ,--'-1' -si., LMN 3 ,4,,...,-A i i , M, f x .. ..., --fs? igigaswg , j- ' "T 515.1 Dean James Whitehead, Bill Booher, President: Joe Slovacek, Presidentp Joe Janka, Fraternity Advisor. 1 's Q I i i 1 .l i 1 1 LL: Jay Bohner Christopher Andries Tim Turner Treasurer Council Members Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Mu Sigma Chi Sigma Nu Sigma Phi Epsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon Omega Psi Phi True Hart Willis U0Yd HOV' Presidents Award for outstanding service to IFC Joe Slovacek Alumni lnterfraternity Council Outstanding Fraternity Man 1970 William C. Booher ., X- , a Q , - -:31 YN N 1 x- I' liil, .1" '- .v ' s- Steve Umoff S x 5 it - ,nfl , John Toomey ,f lfix fx so 'T ' Doug Berthelson . fqvvssv- , ,gl cu 'B I Ben Sutton Lawrence Hawkins fi' iz- ,,,, , sq' Bob Planck 403 Phi Theta Upsilon builds professional optometric attitudes and serves the Houston community in various vision screening projects. Vi i 1 . I, -of OFFICERS: Larry Higgs, Pres.: Dan Rich- ardson, Guard: Curtis Roberson, Treasur- er. SECOND ROW: Doug Phillips, Vice- Pres.: John Stekly, President Spring Se mester. 3 -1 FIRST ROW: Dan Richardson, Bobby Ray, Larry Higgs, Jim Dillard, Phil Grimes, Bob Spurling, Curtis Roberson, John Nevel- ow. SECOND ROW: Anthony Bass, Arturo San Martin, Art Medina, Bernie Rottach, Doug Phillips, William Bieker, Stanleyiv Bobington, John Stekly. THIRD ROW: Mike Fogt, Ramon Alvarez, Gail McPeak, larry Tagtmeyer, Ralph Jackson, Roger: Boltz, Calvin Clark, Donald Rexroad. FOURTH ROW: Noozhan Achrof, Dan Hanisch, Ed Weber, Terry VanderHeyden, Henryili Phillips, Herbert Williams, Stan Thompson, Ron Gustinella. FIFTH ROW: Jim Gustinella, Jerry Elliott, Pat Brennan, Dennisilf Morris, Stanley Hodges, Gary Frederick. SIXTH ROW: Donald Semler, David Riddlespurger, Bruce Senior, Mikeal Wohlgem-' uth, Don Walter, Hal Freeman. SEVENTH ROW: Tom Ferguson, Gerry Hawks, Tex Cole, Mike Barnett. l 404 Q l l i an Kappa Delta Pi celebrates 20th anniversaryg sponsors cultural activities for inner city elementary school children 3' , 'xx sal Fl ' I Neil X 'l A llil SPONSORS: Dr. James Boyer, l i Isabel Gibson. OFFICERS: Ruth Gillespie President- Iva Walk- ' V' P 'd 1 L t ' SCFBO p GU- GSUYET. Association of Childhood Education-International increases members' understanding of educational techniques for children Jerry Farley, Carolyn Claffey, Linda Boyd, Mary Glass inspect 4-""'--....., children's arf lc Rifles, crippled children, girls, competition and training . . . all a part of the contrasting life of Reserve Officer Training Corps Cadets K. ' , '1 . .Q E ..,, b A an TNR aa. ia ti! K K 5 Yi Y, Q., if f 3 Qw 'fi T ' ' SF' refill? ,, N 6 f ,.,, 5 Qc 4 . ' Ne 'I g ni 3 . mix .JITSQ QM rg I s .L Ill ROTC STAFF OFFICERS: Sgt. Clarence Williams, Cpt. John Hyatt, Sgt. Andrew Culbreath, Mrs. Claine Long, Mai. Lawrence Sylvan, Mai. Harvey Vance, Lt. Col. Jack Porterfield. ROTC volunteers aid crippled children at Houston Fatstock Show and Rodeo. T - 9 Isp--n ....,awS'YWR 11.-is us, - ,Ii-mr, rwuf'-D5 :A ,'Tf'w1a , it 31: 49 .VV M. , k.-x-'. C -1 Cadels drench dungarees during preparation for summer camp training. , X R . .-.Wg HA 4 Mai. Harvey Vance stands beside Rifle Team trophies. Fl ROTC MORALE BOOSTERS: Lawrin Fullz, Anefia Bradberry, Terri Shanker, Diane Dechiro, Kay Crawford, Mindy Daley, Melody Schwalm, Debbie Dun- can. 408 Cadets fall in for federal inspecti UH Scabbard and Blade, drill team perform behind Hofheinz Pavilion l L ...ml li Review 410 Winner of five invitational matches including the National Championship International Division, the Cougar Rifle Team works out on the range RIFLE TEAM MEMBERS: Seonaid Hegge, Wayne Ferguson, All American second feamg George Hogwood, All American second feamf Richard M. Riess, Neal F. Truiff, Michael L. Siegmund, Janice T. Malher, Bryan R. Hexl, Douglas M. McCullough, Tommy H. Gordon, Jim North, Mike Dalton. Brigadier General Eugene Mincks presents best company award at final review. Drill team marches in Veterans Day Parade. 5 Slvinpp AA,gk.k,A!J. gef O9 , 9 .lg ..r5"" -g JO 4 Wesle Foundation resents Christ in a Concrete City. John Campbell, Julie Y P Davis, Len Baldwin, Ed Huddell, Camie Crowder. STANDING: Max Blad win. Wesley Foundation strives tovvard a better community through social and service activity Shanklin, Melhodisl Campus Intern, Rev. -N.. Qi'L'if.'.d?i4 J2'2i.?,?3g - Fl, 4 Minister. gk A Indian Student Association promotes Indo-America understanding through Devvali festival Indian films and cultural programs. LEFT TO RIGHT: Amin Ramdas, Patel Vinod, Somaiya Dilip, Treasurer, Sachandani Suresh, President, Desai Rashmi, Shenay Sohal Manhorsingh, Bhulada Ramesh, Desai Moulin, Joint Secretary. ABSENTEES: Dr. While Arelis, Syal Raihumar, Maimudar Prerna, Rana Gopal, Dr. P. R. J. Gangadharam. 412 Theta Tau The feelings on today's campus of independence, social change, and moral re-evaluation are not in keep- ing with the image represented by most social "Fraternities," Theta Tau is not a "Fraternity," Theta Tau is a Professional Engineering Fraternity. Its founders were dedi- cated to improving the quality of human life through Engineering. They designed cars, refineries, power plants, sewage systems, roads, most of the goods and services that are available to mankind today. The price of progress has not been cheap. Solving some problems has created others. Pollution. Overpopu- lation, etc. Today's student has helped bring many of these problems to the public's attention. Theta Tau realizes it will be up to the Engineer to bring about the solutions. Theta Tau's "tradition" is its dedication to Engineering students. Its laws are written by today's students. The chapters may abolish laws that are out of date and write new ones in keeping with the changing world. Theta Tau is as old as the young men leading it. , 4 ' l fu. R aww! 4 UQ , , -4. . J-Wt tr Q, C , 1 3 ev., fy --qs tt. 3.-'Dv " .',. me-611 -'do-W . A . Kim. N., . ,YQ49 g , . - . . - .. 'IDE , ., ' -sm 71 ' ' CMT? g,-"Q, .,s, EZZIA 3 -3433 WV ' ' f mg, " 'ing V mx, "" 1' if U 7-' fl x.,:. f' 33 . V ., Q.-ff WW . mp.. ,un ' H359 w 54 Ill Q 45 P.-HQ Q' 'T' u 'nf ' -'Y' ' V F-,lf f"T.L's 'Z' " f"':.Id'7 :rm Q 1-- I, env. Tim Tilton, Dan Wilson, Olle Lorehn, Mike Mathena, Gene Koldginski, Regent, John Anderson, Tom Collins, John lobe, Ben Trombatore, John Stout, Mike Bartniski, Vice-Regent, Phil Green, Cliff Hale. 4 414 Student Optometric Association sets professional standards and provides a Community service. p M, P9 Art Medina gives a vision check , R at optometry facilities. SOA OFFICERS: Som Quintero, Stow Thompson, Lusia Mayor- ga, Art Medina, Richard Miller, Arturo San Martin. Dr. Villarreal, Dr. Kerns, Dr. Mohindra, Dr. Koetting, Dr. Weinstein. SECOND ROW: Dr. Morcha, Dr. Ayers, Dr. Phieffer, Dr. Fannin, Dr. Meyers, F. Bel- gau, Dr. Ramona, Dr. Skeffington. THIRD ROW: Dr. Loiar, Dr. Ebling, Mr. Lee, Dr. Horwarth, Dr. Pitts, Dr. Griffith, Dr. Winters, Dr. Coullard. FOURTH ROW: Dr. McKee, Dr. Landsrnan, Dr. Thompson, Dr. McAl- lister, Dr. Reber, Dr. Hamilton, Dr. Armstrong. PSOA service activities include free visual iscreenings for boys in the Big Brother program. i FSOA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Wayne Hamm, Andy Hinderlifer, Bill Berker, Som Quiniero. SECOND ROW: Jeff Davis, Jeff Boyers, Art Medina, Doug Phillips. 4' .or"' i Lx v N Nl - 1 ' . Hi 'if2L"',??L3?:.l7'1-:L'7L":."f"- ' l ... 'Q N- ,fi . L. Thurk, R. Stepp, R. Dressen, B. Anderson, L. Wilkinson. ROW: Eduardo Briceno, Billy Cook, L. Thompson, H. Sharp, S. Quintero, B. Bieker, A. Hinderlirer, C. Huneycuh, B. Dover, A. Griffin. SECOND ROW: J. Star- B Lee, J. Nevelow, H. Nussenblah, A. Medina, D. Simmler, T. McClenny, H. Mueller, J. Ekery. THIRD ROW: A. Pruneda, S. Bass, S. Moore, H. Willians, J. 4I5 416 fbi .ff.1fl. lt 521 H For the OB Gangbiangers, "lt was another nellacious year. We won the bike race for the 5th consecutive year, had the 4th successful and largest Beauty Bowl and maintained our academic excellence. FIRST ROW: Albert Von f 5' R - "5 James Honcock Chuck Vor- , - V ,T Q Coe. sEcoNo ROW: Ace f ess er Bill c owan im y I Arte Roesler. THIRD ROW: l Y " 1 U B ' X Noe Silva, Johnnie Sanders, ---f - - K 1 I Q 0 Bl G 9 s ff I Jff Huchenson. FOURTH ROW: "' Flanegan. FIFTH ROW: Terry Holcomb. I il .ini LEKS: bll IINU: Annette Bartz, lst Vice-Fres.f Peggy Gaden, Pres., Janice Jamail, 2nd Vice-Pres. STANDING: Claudia Keefe, Conditional Member Train- r Linda Plummer, Member-at-Iargep Cindy Farmer, Secretary, Barbara Ander- son Treasurer. FIRST ROW: Claudia Deefe, Lindo Poummer, Cindy Former, Annette Bartz, Peggy Gaden. SECOND ROW: Linda Reynolds, Jan Parker, Pat Sulek, Carolyn Roemsch, Janice Jamail. THIRD ROW: Vicki Schmid, Barbara Anderson, Adair Thorn, Janet Sisk, Marilyn Rueping. FOURTH ROW: Linda Jones, Linda Askins, Kathy Defrates, Debbie Mustachia, Pat Roberson. FIFTH ROW: Robbie Reese, Pam McMurray, Debbie Mel- ton, Sally Smith, Teena Okies. SIXTH ROW: Sandy McArthur, Sandy Taylor, Pat DeBakey, Marianne Heffington, Lynne Murray. SEVENTH ROW: Lynn Stavinoha, Jennifer Nash, Sherry Howell, Cathy Bruegger. Sparks, honorary vvonnen's spirit organization promotes school spirit and student participation in school activities. Sparks prepare good luck mural for UH Basketball team. 418 N T t - l.eslie Lu., Judy Toy, Teresa Lou, Robert Chu, Lu-ya-li, Patty Chang, Wanda Quang. Chinese Student Association provides insight into Chinese Culture through a variety of intellectual and Cultural programs. FIRST ROW: Francis Lee, Janet Chan, Tere- sa Loo, Lena Cheung. SECOND ROW: Lena Tin, Anabella Cheung, Bunny Shaw, Virginia Lim, Judy Toy, Helena Yeung, Doris La. THIRD ROW: Virginia Sun, Luch Yeun, Charles Tin, Robert Chu, Leslie Lu, Manning Kong, Allen Ng. FOURTH ROW: Terence Cheung, Tom Moy, Wing Ng. Si , V4 gxmkm.-.M. .. , X. AL -11 lt Mary Lee, CSA Queen Classical Dancer at CSA "China Night. s 1 "4 -Pig F. ah r I c N l 4 , David Stone Roger Maas Phil Weiser Pohi B BFISOH 0 Steve A Mc '31, Neil F A,,t I 7, f9,is,,o lt' f'!Z'.,-Y ' 3 ,. 1, -t g QW- 5 ' -fwnngldvlm'-5 Rex Brown Ray Laughter Delta Upsilon members work to maintain their founding principles: Promotion of Friendship Development of Character Diffusion of Liberal Culture Advancement of justice 419 420 Alpha Psi Omega forms core for outstanding UH drama productions Raitt, .,... ENN: .-mw:""' f . veal? 5:33 Q FROM TOP: Kathy Huff, Sandy Havens, Mary Ann Hebinck, Chris Mathews. NOT PICTURED: Joe Aguilar, Gaye Mayo, Don W'I K Ma ee Tro O'Grady, Jack lson, en g , y Huff, Olivia Gilespie. -0- lHouston Honeys highlight Basketball halftimes Q A A 1 P Hs, Deborah Wilson, Deborah Holi, Sandy McArthur, Deborah McMiIlian, Shirley Butler, JoAnne Korn, L D ri G I M h II J P k Thy . liz f' . " lj! Q Elo cal N. . - .s 4 '. 15 , f l 'ff B 1, u iJ:?i5 l Q4 :Wy l 6" v ' l W I U v c!2:'3".' v' v ' 41 " v I 4 Band ancl Drill Team accompany football team to national prominence 4 Men's Dorm Council coordinates interdormitory activity Gary Lingion Pot Cartwright 422 if ii, i ' . vu! -,-T '- 1 r , b . P . P P " 4' JL mi? 'Nm " 1 FIRST ROW: P ed SECON O d Janet Sisk, Fannie Teplitsky, Annette Bartz. THIRD C ' C d am 'Ryan, Connie Donnelly, Linda Fleischmann, Sylvia Zep a. D R W: Martha Clevelan , ROW: Susan Skripka, Cheri Daigle, Karen Broome, Nancy Lopez. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Bures, Rosie McPhiIlips, ammle row en. Moody Towers, VVomen's Dorm Council provides activities for 'women residents and strives to make the dorms a meaningful part of lthe university. 42 424 The organizations editor regrets that the following organizations were unable to appear in the 1971 Houstonian: Beta Lamda Computer Machinery Mechanical Engineering Kappa Kappa Psi Sigma Gamma Epsilon Representatives may call the communications business office, ext. 337, to arrange for reparation. MWF .1 1 '21 .Li f3 ,f 4 in ':-.nl-I 1' - 1 f 5' i 4 . . 1,1 ' H, ' ' V '1 1 'I 1,1 K v x " 1' 'fl E'e'5f Fw ldfiiifi ly .4 K nxmqlltgfli IS' ' b QA I 1 ., I ' ' P ' QWMN 3 J ? www' I- . Y dwg va .fm f I v W lf, 4 + 1M?'f4 ' . Lf L 1 :HIISMJL v, J x .J I hu' A' ,VIN 1 F w Y.. .i awk- FI lg. YG J '- my nf' Q 'A Q F X se' . ,x t if 'Qu V . - F wi "-4 f f , . 5 fn! 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Allison, Kyrenda Roxan . Alvarez, Ramon ....... Ames, T. ............ . Ancarrow, James Michael ........ Andell, Eric Gordon .... 426 404 366 282 394 378 335 402 397 277 266 316 267 378 360 395 375 299 273 305 258 252 309 299 335 404 278 360 385 Ander, Henry ......... 27 Ander, W. H. ............ . Anderson, Barbara Ann ..... Anderson, Charles ..... 389, Anderson, Darrell Edward . Anderson, John Ray ........ Anderson, Johnny Renardo. . . Anderson, P. D. ........ . Anderson, R. B .......... Anderson, W. L. .......... . Andre, Olga Marie ......... Andress, Ted Allen ...... Andrews, Francine Gaye .... Andrews, Jack .......... Andries, Christopher R. . . . Angelilli, Elizabeth Ann ...... Angelilli, Mary C. ...... . Anthaume, Nancy Carol . . Anthony, Synda K. . . . . Anzalone, W. ...... . Applewhite, Jeanette . . Applewhite, Michael P .... Arcus, A. L ............. Arizaga, Francisco Duan . . Armstrong, C. E. .... . . Arnold, Arnold Bill ....... Dr. G ......, . Arnold, Kelly Walter . . . Arnold, Richard John . . Arnold, Steven Lee .... Arnold, Terry ...... Milchem Incorporated Houston Texas DRILLING FLUIDS CHEMICALS AND MINERALS SCIENTIFIC SERVICES AND TECHNOLOGY 392 392 391 392 327 266 268 259 290 309 382 365 389 277 402 343 343 364 325 287 264 365 300 268 313 384 297 327 327 381 327 Arnold, William George . . Arya, Ravi Kant ........ Ashcraft, Robert Francis . . Ashwander, Nancy Gwen . Ashworth, James Bruce . . . Ashworth, Professor .... Askins, Bill .......... . Askins, Linda Marie ........ 382, Atkins, Linda Zwerneman . Attar, Marwan Mohamad . Audrus, A .............. Aumann, G. D. ....... . Averitt, Jeffrey Layne . . . Avery, Florence ........ Ayres, T. ............. . Azbell, Stacye E. Wright . Bach, R ............ Bader, Dennis Allan . . . Bader, Hood ......... Baecker, Edna Louise . . . Bahou, Barbara Emil .... Bailey, Mary Ann ..... Bailey, Mary ....... Baker, Michael Alan ............ Baker, Nash ............ Baker, Phillip Rodney ........... Bales, Stephen G ...... Balla, Stacey Louise . . . Balla, Susan Gail ....... Ballew, Michael Conley. . . Balthazar, Bridget Ann . . . Bankston, Cole ....... Bankston, Clarence ..... Bankston, Ronald Gene . . Bannatyne, John ........ Bannerman, John Haywood Bannerat, R. B. ........ . Baranowski, Delores Ann . Barbazette, Thomas ..... Barber, Roger ......... Bargainer, J. D .... Barker, John ....... Barksdale, Leonard .... Barnes, Dean Howard . . . Barnes, S. L. ....... . Barnet, Amelia Lyn . . . Barnett, Betty Ann ...... Barnett, Michael Rex ..... Barneycastle, Melinda S. . Baron, Bruce .................. Baronet, Barry Paul . . . . . .278, Baranowski, Lillian . . . Barr, Jennifer Ann .... Barrett, James .,.... Barrett, R. L. .... . Bartel, A. H. ...... . Bartels, Raymond . . . Barthlome, D. . . . . 269 1 260 . 365 366 1 186 1 302 1 359 391 276 4 375 290 1 288 1 327 4 267 9 313 ' 272 l i 1 1 298 vi 281 I 386 A 343 j 2601 263 1 323 l 385 g 327 1 260 4 330 it 3291i 329i 379 ii 272 il 378 is 278Fl 377. 269 280 is 3I0l 27297 359-3 365 fi 30911 345ll 341 33Oll 2881, 34313 267il 40411 272ll 26031 3781 335i 329l 34Oll 294ll 2835 278g 2841 l l 1 C l l 'Bartniski, Michael J ......... 389, 392 1 Barton, Christine Maria .......... 263 Bartz, Mary Annette . . . 382, 391, 405 Barves, Chris .................. 392 Bass, Jim . ..... . . .. 1 Bass, Tony Vincent .... 1 Bassett, Charles . . . . . 1 Bates, Ernest . .... 11 Bates, W. B. ...... . Batorska, D. ......... . 1 Battaglia, Harold Frank 1 Bauer, Barbara Ann .... ........330 ....404 ....268 ....378 ....236 ....287 .. .... 389 ........329 1 Bautsch, Gregory Wallace ....... 276 1 Baxter, Charles E. ..... . 1 Baxter, Hallie ...... 1 . 1 Bazzoon, Linda Lee . . . . Beam, Fred ...... Bean, R ....... Bear, J. L. ........ . Bearden, Elsuel ........ . . . . . . .374 Beaubouef, R. T ........ Beardmore, Teresa Kay Beaupre, Ann . . . Beck, Jim ..... Beck, Roland .... Becker, R. S. . . . . Beckham, H. b ...... . .. .... 385 ....680 ....277 ....378 ....290 ....289 ....341 ....31O ....272 ....360 ....360 ....289 ....287 Beene, Willis Otis .............. 285 Beever, Michael Dean ........... 330 Beinhorn, Crista Melissa ..... 343, 364 Beirne, Judith Ann .... Belgau, F. A .......... Bell, Cynthia Katherine . Bell, Elucius .......... Bell, Joyce Marie ..... Bellinger, Charlie C ......... 282, Bellinger, Elaine Marie . Benbrook, J. R. ...... . Beniamin, T. ......... . Bennett, James Francis . Bennett, Janice Susan . . Benson, Farrell Joseph . Benton, Gladys P. Kersh Berger, S. .......... . Bergeron, William ..... Berkel, John William . . . Berman, Hilary Hillel. . . Bernshausen, Larry Dean Berntsen, Barbara Lee L. Berthelsen, Douglas C ....... 365, Bertolo, Mary Anne . . . Bertsch, Stephen . . . Best, Nancy Ellen .... Bice, Paul Edwin . . . Bice, Terry Lee ....... Bieker, William Brian . . . Bilao, Rosalyn ....... Birdwell, Janis Lynne . . . Bishop, Jim Bernard . . . 365 272 313 323 341 394 388 325 296 295 284 398 402 272 290 345 381 284 392 277 403 321 384 320 268 381 404 263 388 '268 Bishop, M ......... Blachman, W. L. . . . Black, Diana Patricia .... .... Black, Eric ........... .... Black, N. ......, . . . . Blades, Van ..... .... Blair, Joe . . . ..... .... . . Bland, Patsy Ruth ..... . . .268, Bland, Richard Lee .... ...... Blankenship, J. ....... . . . . Blankfield, Myron W. . . . . . . . Blann, Bette Jacque .... .... Blanton, Robert Wilbert . . . . . . . Blase, Richard ......... .... Blasi, Anthony Frank .... .... Bletsch, Gary ................. Blevins, Stephen Lewis ......... Blome, Rita Jane ...... 261, 398 Bloom, Coach ................. Bloomer, David . . . . . . . Blount, Johnnie ..... . . . Blumberg, R. ........ . . . Bobbington, Stanley .... .... Boblitt, R. L. .................. . Boffa, Judith Ann .......... 263 Bohner, Jay .......... 364, 365, 293 300 320 360 312 358 375 323 271 303 272 367 263 358 390 .39 270 228 306 280 340 308 404 314 384 402 Boler, Nancy Penn Howe ....... 272 Bolin, Michael Jess .......... 48, 56, 59, 62, 65 Bo-Linn, Cheelan .... ....... .393 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Houston Clflfshs DOWNTOWN Bolten, S. ..... . . Boltz, Roger Lynn . . Bonar, A ........... . . Bond, R. E. .................. . Bonesio, Woodrow Michael . .280, Booher, William Chiles ...... 364, Booker, Rodney Jeremiah Bookman, Vivian Joy . . . Borski, Dorothy ........ Botello, Pam .......... Bouthe, Jeffrey Kohlman Bowden, Barbara ...... Bowers, Catherine M. . . . Bowman, Judy Rene .... Box, Kathleen R. Parker . Boyd, Linda N. Lucksinger Boze, Lawrence ........ Bradt, Butch ........... Branch, Doyle Cornell . . . Branda, James Floyd . . . Brandon, Elizabeth .... Brandon, Patricia ...... Brandy, Tom .......... Brannon, Joyce Ann Coon Branstetter, Kent Wayne . Brantley, Sheryl Lynn . . . Brau, John ........... Braud, Bruce Evans .... Breaux, Louis ....... Brecht, Sharon ........ Breeding, C. ......... . Brendel, Nancee Marie . . Brennan, John Patrick . . . Briceno, Eduardo Alexis . Bridge, Anne Marie ..... Brietzke, Richard Wayne. Briggs, R .............. Brinkley, S. ......... . Britton, R. L. ...... . Brockmeyer, Dennis .... Bromberg, David ...... Broome, Karen Louise . . . Brosky, J. ........... . Broussard, Linda Sue . . . Broussard, Maxine Mary . Brown, Jeffrey Francis . . . Brown, Lary .......... Brown, Michael .... 299 404 308 316 385 402 374 323 264 343 330 324 343 267 266 401 341 330 262 330 384 267 379 260 .39 334 271 379 266 382 315 366 404 281 343 264 295 294 312 260 359 405 299 277 323 283 .78 360 Brown, S. . . . .......... Brown, Sandra ........ Brown, Verra Joyce Ford Browning, Larry Kene . . . Brownlee, R. ......... . Broze, Rory An Crowe . . Bruce, W. R. ......... . Brueggebors, Richard . . . Bruegger, Cathy ...... Brungard, Lee Otis . . . Bruns, Delbert Lester .... Bruns, Glenna ......... Brunschwig, Gaston Luis Bryant, E. ............ . Buchanan, G. S ........ Buckner, Ralph Irving, Jr. Bucy, Robert Lanham . . . Budai, Janis Jean ...... Budd, Barbara Gayle . . . Buinski, Billy .......... Bullock, Madeline Jane. . Bum, Brenda .......... Bumgardner, Harry ..... Buntyn, Jan ........... Burchett, William Edward Burchfield, Donald R., Jr. Burckstein, E. V. ...... . Burdeaux, Paul Frederic . Burden, Floyd Allen .... Bures, Barbara Jean .... Burke, Jack D ........ Burnitt, Abner, Jr .... Burnitt, Debby ......... Burroughs, Susan Sharron Burwell, William M. .... . Busch, B. .......... . Busch, Rebecca Ann .... Bush, Barbara Jean . . . Butcher, Marjorie F. .... . Butera, Joseph Marion . . Butler, Barbara Ann .... Butler, J. .......... . Butler, Rick Sherman .... Butler, Shirley Ann . . . Butler, T. ............ . Butts, Anthony Edward . . Buyers, Mary Elizabeth . . Byron, Louis Raufus ..... .....298 .. ..... 272 ........323 .....361 .....295 ....260 ....313 ....285 324,391 .....50 ....268 ....277 222, 380 . . . .288 312, 385 . . . .272 272, 358 283, 388 ......32O .....378 . ..... 389 .....344 .....280 ........378 ....59 .. ..... 372 .. ..... 278 .. ..... 375 .....260 .....405 ......254 ....330, 331 ..331 .......382 .. ..... 258 .....271 .....335 .....366 .....320 .. ..... 281 .....320 .....293 .....345 .....402 .. ..... 295 .. ..... 261 .. ..... 329 .....402 Cader, Harry ........... Cahill, John Raymond, Jr. . Cairns, Laura Lee ..... Caldwell, R ............. Caldwell, Richard Cecil . . . Callahan, Dennis Kirk .... Callaway, Susan Marceau Callender, Ronald ....... Callop, Steve ......... Calvin, Donald Elven ..... Camon, Matt ........... Campbell, Jeanne Marie . . Campbell, Muriel Diane H. Campion, Joyce Elaine . . . Campos, M. Esther Estrada ....... Campsey, B. .......... . Canady, John Edward, Jr. Canche, Hector ......... Canino, Robert ....... Cantu, Sylvia Irma .... Carbonari, J ........ Carman, M. T ......... Carmical, L ............. Carmichael, Nancy May . . Carp, R. A. ........... . Carquella, Dominick . . . Carr, D .............. Carriker, Linda Jeanne . . . Carrington, Hysonia ..... Carroll, Anthony Bruce . . . Carroll, Glenda Rae ..... Carroll, Margaret . . . Carter, Richard ..... Cartwright, Patrick T. . . Cartwright, Reagan, Jr .... Cary, Cynthia Elizabeth . . Casaburri, Onofrio ...... Castellanos, R. J. .... . Castellano, Juan ........ Castillo, Edward Mendez . Castro, James .......... Cates, L. ........... . Cenatiempo, Michael .... Center, Norma J. 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C ............ ...28 .....397 ....298 .....399 3, 279 310 390 .....307 ....282 ....271 . . . .380 Christian, Brenda Gloria ......... 214 Chow, Jacob Tien Chien . . . Christian, Robert M. ..... . Christiansen, Phyllis J .... Christina, Steven R ........ ....284 ....263 ....392 Christopher, Beth ............... 335 Cigainero, Nancy Anita G ........ 388 Claffey, Carolyn Ann ........... 401 Clapham, Mark ........ Clarac, Martha Michelle . Clark, Brenda Joy ...... Clark, Christie ....... Clark, Ed ........ Clark Lynn ........ 358 367 382 366 ....359 ....378 Clark Patsy Ruth ..... .... 2 72 Clark Samuel James .. . . . . .271 Clark, W. ............... ..... 2 88 Clarke, Calvin Sanderson ........ 404 Clarke, Coach ................. 306 Clarke, Robert Bryan, lll ......... 282 Claus, Santa ................... A9 Clawson, Allison . . . . . . .. . Clay, Charlotte Faye. . Clay, S ............ Clay, Jean ..... Clay, M. M. ..... . Clay, Mike .......... Clayton, Lewis Gene ...... Clegg, John Marion, Jr., . . . 344, 345 ......374 ....295 .....320 .....314 .....391 .....271 .....279 Clemenger, F. ......... ...... 3 15 Cleveland, Martha F. ...... . Cliff, Skip .......... Clifton, Mary Ellan . . . Clough, David Peter .... Coats, John Michael .... Cobb, David Childs . . . 320, 405 ......377 .....272 .....284 .....360 .377 Cobb, Donald Edward . Cobb, James ......... .. ...372 . ..... 360 Cochran, Arvil ...... 399 Cocke, Liesel Cather . . . . . .272 Coco, A. J. ......... ...312 Codley, Janet Louise . . . . . .281 Cofer, B. ........... . . .299 Coffman, J .... ....... . . .292 Colbert, Paul Michael .... .... 2 25 Colby, Teresa Marie . . . Cole, Bruce ......... Cole, Sandra ...... Cole, Tex ............ Coleman, Leonard J .... ....375 ....378 ....378 ....404 .....267 Coleman, William E., Jr .......... 268 Colhoun, J ........... 273 Collett, George Frederic ......... 264 Collins, David Lee .... Collons, A. ...... . Comerford, W. J. . . Cominsky, C ..... Conklin, Jack ...... Conn, Michael ....... Conn, Patrick Allen .... Connell, Talbert Duane . Conner, Marsha Gale . . Coody, Gary Lynn .... Cook, B. D .... . . Cook, B. ........ . Cook, Linda Marie . . . Cook, Terry ....... Coon, J. B. .... . Coppinger, Paul ..... .. ..- 392 .....290 ...262 ...288 ...360 378 361 380 334 . ...282 ...310 .....309 .......272 392 .......296 ....378 Coppock, Charles ....... .... 3 90 Costin, Richard Chapel . . . . . . .269 Couch, Andrew Lee ...... .... 3 30 Coulland, G. M. .......... .... 3 13 Cousins, Joseph Edward Cowart, Daniel ....... Cowles, J. ...... . . . . . Cox, Coach .......... Cox, Fredna Laurie Cox Cox, J. E. .......... . Cox, J. L ............. Cox, K. ............ . Cox, William Clark, Jr. . Crabb, Michael ....... .. ... .... ... Crabtree, Susan Perkins Cramer, M. B. ....... . 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Feagans, Gregg Duncan . . . . . . . 292 404 297 293 313 236 329 401 391 359 310 284 Fields, Emmett B ....... Fierbaugh, Stanley R. . . Filipp, Carolyn Francine Finch, R. D. ......... . Findlay, M. C. . . . . Finley, John ...... Fisbeck, Carolyn .... Fitzgerald, J. M. ..... . Fitzhugh, P. M. ...... . Fitzmorris, Carol Eiland . Flanagan, David Thomas Flanigan, Carolyn ..... Fleischmann, Linda Beth Fletcher, Warren C., Ill . Flohr, Mary Louise .... Flores, Jesse ........ Feist, K. W ........... 317 Flores, Maria Ana ..... Feld, R. P. ......... 296 Flowers, Lorena Griffing Felle, James Kevin .... .... 2 72 Floyd, Diane Elisabeth .... ..... 272 304 266 321 268 . ..... .314 404 410 266 248 283 382 310 299 386 262 289 316 272 390 323 405 399 263 391 272 266 325 1,4 'fa i 'nitra- 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'll give you the facts. NATIONAL BANK OF HOUSTON M D FDIC Flumerfelt, R. W ..... Flynn, Robert Leslie .... Flynn, Sarah Jane ..... Fogarty, William Thomas Fogel, Harry ......... Fogt, Michael Lee ..... Ford Bennett Charles . . Ford Charles Glenn . . . Ford David Walter .... Ford, Robert Lester .... Ford T. .......... . Forester, Larry ........ Forkner, W. R. ....... . Forsyth, Pamela Marie . Fotheringham, N. .... . Fouke, Harry H. ..... . Fouke, Coach ........ Fowler, Connie Elizabeth .......308 ....330,331 .........320 ....389,392 .........379 .. ...... 404 .. .... 269 .....65 ....264 ...39,48 ....291 ....378 .. .... 307 ...,.....375 .........288 .....252, 171 .........306 .. .... 266 Fowler, Gary Dwight ..... .... 2 84 Fox, Adriann Mary .... Fox, J. ........... . ......384 G0fY,R------- Francis, Alice . ...... Francis, Brian Cyril .... Francis, D .............. ...... 2 91 Francis, Gregory Deland ......... 375 Francis, Jane ......... Frankiewicz, R. ...... . W Franklin, Darrell Edward Franks, James Lee, Jr. . . Franzen, Donald Mack . . ....382 ....304 ....276 ....365 . . . .366, 367 .........304 .........36O .........266 ... .379, 380 Fraser, B ..... Fratt, Grant ....... Frazar, Suzanne ..... 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Fultz, Lawrin Lorraine . . . .....266 .....375 .....323 .....329 .....289 .....316 .....272 .....372 . .225, 277 ....32,94 .....394 Furley, E .......... Fuson, Danny ........ Fussell, Rodger Carl . . . Gaden, Peggy ........ Gaines, Anita ........ Galloway, Robert Lee, III Gambrel, William ...... Gandy, Marshall ..... Gann, Lloyd George . . . Garcia, Arturo P., Jr. . . Garcia, Christina ...... Garcia, Geraldine Sue E Garcia, Toribio ....... Gardner, Lawrence, Jr. . Garfinkel, Richard ..... Garner, D. D. ...... . Garrett, Anita Diane . . . Garrett, Karla ....... Garrigan, Lee ..... Garrison, Coach . . . Garrison, Gene .... Garth, James .... Garza, Efrain . . . Garza, Efrim ........ Garza, Eugene, Jr. . . . F ' If mg v gj i 4 F A Nf7""i 1 'C l Cougar Ui Fiscal Fitness begins at MacGregor I, PARK NATIONAL 4328 O.S.T. PO. Box 14549 I-louston,Texas 77021 f Garza, Faustino, Jr. . . . Garza,H. Garza, Larry .... Garza, Mario Sassner, Janie ..... Gates, Fabienne S. .... . Gauronauic, Tom ....... Gauthier, Veronica Gail . . Gavranovic, Thomas J. . . . Gayle, Stephen Michael . . Geanangel, R. A. ...... . Gedrich, Mary Lou .... Gee, George Paul ..... Geis, J. .......... . Gelb, B .............. Gentry, Carol A. Jones . . George, Joann Gilbreth . . George, Rima ........ 38 Gerber, Eric Ryan ....... Gernand, Bette Gay Alsup Gerrald, Warren Elliot . . . Geyser, Bill ............ Ghauri, Mimi ...... .... Ghazzaly, O. I .......... Ghormley, Sheryl Marise . Gianelloni, James R ...... Giardina, Michael S. . . . Gibbs, Jimmy Louis . . Gibson, Isabel ..... Giesberg, R. . . . . 4, 32 ...s .. .... .- . .s .... .s .. ....... 6 0, . .. .. .. 9, . .... ..... .. .. .... 380 282 283 273 329 321 327 393 270 330 289 321 283 291 301 398 266 230 398 273 284 358 382 308 272 360 284 265 401 293 Gilbert, Michael Dee .... Gilford, Morgan ...... Gillespie, Olivia Jim . . . Gillespie, Ruth Johnson . Gillett, Michael ..... Gilmore, Joanne E ..... Gilmore, Mariorie Conner Gimblet, Linda June . . . Glass, Kelly ........ Glass, Mary ........ Glazer, Paul Steven . . Godkin, S .......... Godschalk, Sally Ann . . . Goebel, Jerry Wayne . . . Goerner, Christine Ann . . Goldman, Clifton . . . Goldman, Moises . . . Goldschmidt, E ........ Gomez, Rubier ........ Gongora, Belinda Jane . . Gonzalez, E. E ......... Goodman, C. ....... . Goodman, G. R ........ ... .. . ...- s. 7, 267 340 402 401 392 382 382 .......393 ..... .... 335 401 266 ....278 . .... 265 . .... 259 ..389 . . . .384 ....378 ....288 . .... 400 ....382 . .... 314 ....296 .316 Goodman, Gil ................. 345 Goodman, Mildred Marylee . . . . . 262, 386 377 Goodnight, Gerald Thomas ...... Goodson, C. ............... . Gordon, Tommy Lee . . . Gore, B. .......... . Q. 13 1' X -N, fx 1 'HM- .. .... .. 317 410 294 Gore, Jacquelyn Gail . . . Gossett, John Sartain . . Gossie, Loyce Sue .... Gothard, Benny ...... Gould, Rachel Louise . . Goynes, Grace, J Wanda Diane . . ohn Robert, Jr. . . Graff, W. G ............ Graham, Barbara Gerardi Graham, George Erwin . . Graham, John Richard, Jr. Graham, Linda Louise .... Graham, Odette Michelon Grant, R Graves, ose Mary ....... L. F. .......... . Gray, H. B. .... . Greaux, Green, J C. A ........ acquelyn ..... Green, Nancy Carolyn . . . Green, Raymond ...... Green,V. Greenaway,'D....... .... Greenland, Debra Carlene Gregg, Buddie ............ . .... . .. 345, .. 7 .. ..... Gregorian-Fard, Hamazasp ...... Grey, J . E................. Griffin, Ada M. Shivers .... Griffin, Colleen P ........ Griffin, Leonard Edward . . Griffith, D. G .... ....... ss.. . ... ... .... ..... 321 377 344 378 382 321 270 308 263 265 365 343 375 323 296 288 276 323 393 271 287 31 1 382 386 392 316 274 274 274 313 U lVERSlTY BUUKSTURE 'll"Nh,. J. f Pig ,, Wav I 1 4 ,..4-D AWE Grimes, M. ....... . Grimes, Phillip Don .... Grinaker, R. ........... . Grisham, Stanley Vaughn ........ Groeschel, Sylvia A ........ .... Grossman, Bob . . .... Grove, Margie Lou . . . . Guenther, P. .......... . Guerra, Homer Robert D. Guess, Terrell Manning .......... Guilbeau, Edgar Albert .......... Guinn, Susan Jean . . . . . . Gummer, Martin Charles . . . . . . . Gundrum, Russell Fred . . . Gupton, R. K. ....... . Gustafson, Jane Ann .... Gustinella, James Earl . . . Gustinella, Ronald T. . . Gustke, Dean Lynn .... Gutierrez, Jose Luis .... Gutowsky, Larry Joe ..... Haak, Clyde Harold . . . Haas, G. M. ...... . Hacker, A .............. Hada, Marilyn Dianne ..... Hagerman, Joyce Evelyn H. ..... . 297 404 298 271 393 359 277 287 277 365 392 267 344 372 297 284 404 404 274 268 269 280 296 286 261 272 Hall, Ann Marie ........ Hall, Augusta Era ...... Hall, Barbara June Davis Hall, Bill .............. Haller, Jacquelyn A. ....... 323, Hallows, Harry Owens, Jr. ...... . Halphen, Clifton ....... Hamidi-Hashemi, Hassan Hamilton, J. E. ........ . Hamm, M ............ 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S. ........ ,, . . .309 Hays, Christine Louise .... .... 2 63 Hazlewood, R. ....... . . .288 Head, J. ....... . . . 260 Headley, John . . . . . . .380 Headley, Tim .... . . . 378 Heard, Lynne ........... ..... 3 24 Heath, Pud ................... 358 Hebinck, Mary Ann Camp . . .262, 402 Hedgcox, P. G ................. 310 Heffington, Marianne .... 'Hegge, Seanaid ...... Heidemann, Marc .... Height, Glen ...... Heil, Glenn Barry ...... Heisler, Cynthia Ann .... Heiskell Ted . . . .45 5 ...325, 391 .......410 ....278 ....327 ........402 ........277 55 56 62 I ' ' I Ol I I Hemmen, Dolor'es Yvonne ........ 277 Hemmi, Joseph Alexander Henderson, A .......... Henderson, Diane C. . . . . Henderson, George . . . Hendrix, B. ........ . Henley, E. J. ..... . Henney, H. .... . Henniger, Carl . . . Henry, R. J ..... .... Hensley, J. E. ........ . Hernandez, Oscar Moran Herrod, Lynne Marie .... Hershfield, Terry ...... 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Hoffman, Phillip G. ..... . Hoffman, W ......... Hogan, C. W. . . . Hogan, Ben . . . Hogan, P. ......... . . . Hogue, Ernest L. ....... . Hogwood, George Vaughn Holchak, Nancy Jane .... Holcomb, Terry Jay .... Holdren, Richard .... Holifield, Cecil ...... Holley, Eward G. ..... . Hollowell, Morris Lee .... Holmes, Bobbie O. Taylor Holt, Bill ............... Holt, Deborah Deanna . . . Holub, Nancy ........ Honeywell, W. l ..... Hong, Karen ......... Hood, Frank Earl, Jr. . . . . Hopkins, Kathleen F .... Hopper, Sharon ..... . . . Horn, Francis ........... Horn, Rodney Van ...... Horn, Sandra Ann Hueske . Horsley, Danny Michael . . Horvit, M. ............ . Hostetter, Hap ........ Houck, Louis Charles ..... Houghton, Don ....... Houpt, H. .......... . Hovden, Jack Arnold .... Howard, Dr. Fannie .... Howard, Robert Louis, Jr. . 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