University of North Texas - Yucca Yearbook (Denton, TX)

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A ,, -m5 1.1, .i:.-' BQ-NNQTT Walk.-,m K R M 616 X l x' , D 1 . , Q . J I If 1, . X f I K ' ,n QQ' X10 fl ' V Z S B - ' . X I R X Y 7 ,- . I I A . ES' Vlil A.,l X ' " ' '4 f ff W s.. . "'1 S ' 'A- ' f' XS 'Nz '-- T T if 'I 49+ X f Q . Q X. 'FI' 3 X ' 1 K ,' " " T T. s' ' t ' I . ' Q4 - I , -E If 4 V- D . 1 t XX , X Ax, 'N U J ff If T.. 4: 'fl 1 ,jr . Q THE YUCCA 1964 VOLUME 57 NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY DENTON, TE Q, Timetable University Administrators Departments Students Beauties Classes Honors On Stage University Life Athletics Basketball Football Golf Intramurals Track Organizations Departmental Greek Honorary Military Political Publications Service Student Government Alicia Kay Lamer Edztor Dick Beenc, A5506 Edztoz Smith Kiker Jr Advzsor ' Since 1890, Tl m the year Texas Normal Col- : lege was es- tablished, North Texas has had six S names, eight g presidents and has expanded to a 300-acre state institution with a record enrollment of 10,802. Time has brought many changes to the physical plant of NTSU. Striding through what was once the center of campus, one finds the circle of foliage surrounding "the pond" still a refuge for students seeking quiet in the midst of a hectic day. And built around this nucleus of the University grounds, 55 brick buildings house hundreds of classes on a campus which stretches for blocks in several directions. Dotting the area in 1963-64 are signs of further progress. Maple Street Dormitory, planned at an estimated cost of 551.6 million to house 540 Coeds, takes form as workmen rush to finish in time for the fall semester of 1964. A new Union Building wing, part of a S12 million T-shaped recreation center, rises where the "slab" once was used for Wednesday night dances, roller skating classes and paths for students to the south side of the campus. Edifices such as the Music Building, Uni- versity Clubhouse and Administration Build- ing remain NTSU landmarks during this progress. Others, such as the newly-repaired Historical Building, are renovated and rhythm is added to the sounds of construc- tion in and around campus. NTSU has many colorful faces . . . golden- hued bricks catch dancing rays of bright summer sunshine . . . puddles and more puddles ripple, tempting students to splash through, after a quick shower . . . purple shadows of half-finished structures play mis- chievously across a moonlight-bathed scene . . . multi-colored leaves, kicked at random by hurrying footsteps, create patchwork pat- terns in early fall . . . silver sidewalks stream through blackened lawns like silver ribbons at dusk . . . brown-flecked snow spots the grounds after the first C and usually lastl snowfall . . . buildings and lawns are barren on weekends . . . classdays bring bustling activity . . . election time promotes a carnival of brightly-colored signs through- out mid-campus . . . and on and on sparkle the myriad, intricate designs of university life. Time ticks away on the Ad Building clock. Much of the University remains the same. Much is changed. Time brings progress. -vi f g -cf- Q ,s fl ff W X X ff ,V x , ,jx ,aff 1-'Q , ,.x'N,?w K1 ,J 149 Jil - ,Q wif' f I , 4' gf.. ' in Wal ' -M Ni 5 3 Y 1: N vi' wa. w lf , f 5 Q I Y'1'HH 1 .W N ,Q , - x v V N y-lr. -5 's?:W ' w7"'w 'fu Ili-igip W! nl ' ' Erzgagvtl 111 tu d e n t fffllilllillg . . . dvvotcd to study . . .D But a stu- dent is more complex than ' that described TI by Webster. He thinks, laughs, frowns, puzzles. He does, he doesn'tg he will. He lives, he learns. The student stands apart, an entity . . . separated by sectionalism, divided by politics and economics, split by sex and having widely divergent associational backgrounds. But out of it all, the student here stands unified-a North Texan in name, spirit and activity. From September to September, he lives in a secluded world. Suspended between a memorable past and an unforeseeable future, he walks, runs, often wades through student life-searching. Sometimes the search is for knowledge: sometimes, fung oftentimes, iden- tity. Individually the process takes its own route. A collegian finds that his scholastic value differences change during his school career. Cheating on tests . . . sleeping through class . . . wasting time needlessly . . . all seem irrelevant to the learning process. The stu- dent finds he's related to the process through his actual participation, which includes ab- sorbing and utilizing the negative and posi- tive experiences of each minute, hour and day. The process is slow. Along the way, moments are snatched for personality molding. Purposeful time is con- sumed discussing ideas, activities and people beneath a canopy of contemplation. Serious minutes are savored over an assignment, book or problem, often the time is a picture of abandonment with bare feet dangling and brows quizzically furrowing. Concen- trated effort envelops the soul when one absorbs art, music or drama. Conformity puzzlesg nonconformity is respected. And a small minority has already cast its personali- ty into a hard, impenetrable mold: they look for the remnants of the "party school" tag, long dead and forgotten. The processes of maturing and learning are identified experientially, aesthetically and intellectually. All take time. Students devour time. through months of Of Q r classes and T' Whirling Im study, an end- less array of 4 events dot a student's cal- endar with bright spots of green tradition. Athletic events, dramatic productions, Homecoming celebration, Uni- versity Day speeches and awards, elections, torch marches, fraternity parties and pin- nings-each is treasured for its particular impression, meaning and color. Underlying the activities, the suitcase campus controversy appears. To migrate home or not to go on weekends is the issue. And yet, a nucleus of students savors the bittersweet events which compose the tradi- tion and school spirit of the university. With controversy raging as to whether the students should go or stay at week's end, the question arises: Why stay? What is there to do? The unspoken cry is: Keep us here. We want to stay. The discussion fills the year. And each year, those who want to stay find their own activity . . . their own pastimes . . . their own niche in this strange world of almost reaching maturity but not quite. Another controversy sometimes takes pre- cedence. It concerns why students are at North Texas-to study or socialize. One side is compelled to activate a dead past of road trips, pep rallies and football weekends. Where's that good old school spirit, they askg where's our "glory to the greenn? The other faction argues a degree is the thing, good old degree-it's a symbol now of busi- ness investment and prestige. Study, study, study, study, they insist, forget those useless activities, they just take up precious time. And down on fraternity row 1 which really isn't a row at alll the Greeks perpetuate the school spirit image of North Texas by their participation in all phases of campus life. Independents argue the Greeks wouldn't be interested if it weren't for fraternal ties. Greeks believe they wouldn't be Greeks if they werenlt interested in the university. And thus the battle cries sound. Elections become a war of Independents and Greeks. Homecoming becomes a carnival of money spent, personalities and organizations match- ed, poor old school spirit and tradition parodied. Yet somehow there is activity-a thread of tradition tangled up in the muddle. Some- how the students-those who want to have -have the time of their lives. -..,...a-..-:.1-v- ,,- Z- r I i I I 9 i T? 5 .:. f,g allvqxp F . 1""' ,-q M44 R If , . X -Q15 ! ' Wi. ianiwfw iwzvw S ,fn a q sy ' S Q F i' 34 if :A 7 If g 5 5 ,,, ffl: ia cc in is A 2 i A 3 ,.,' W f J ' VI,-r-C:..,-5-15: wwf' 2' ' , , M . .1 4 ev Q , A ZXAA 5 3 ' geeky V i if X X , V V24 .. . 5,- I' f X W A N X , , . M Ml? 2 A L F1 we-. UP" 'ff AWS ' A Q'-it xxx f X ""' . 1 . 5 i X MX Q 5 Y Q , , X -, , 4 , mg, 0 " -g Af, .A V-7 X sw' 1, x fgfzxs. mf V f V 'C-ks, f ' 1' 'SV 4 Z Y I Q S E 1 ,Q ,Q 1 , 2, S ' f gn NM .K ffwm '4 V vu Q 1, 15' A , W ,Y wk? We-..,.... X z 2 32 A P N17 if II Administration To Thel964 Yucca staff has adopted the theme "The Time of Uur Lives." One is im- mediately impressed with the fact that there are many possible in- terpretations of this theme. "Time for whatn becomes the issue at point: time to spend four of our most active years on a semi-holidayg or, time to make friends who will help shape our destinyg time to become all that we had dreamed of beingg time to learn the fine art of the quest for knowledgeg time to develop cri- teria for making value judgments in all of the days which are to comeg time to be less self-centered and more objectiveg time to be more tolerant. As you view these pages, it is hoped that you will recall a vast array of experiences in the course of the year 1963-64 and that the controlling factor in it will be that you will come to say, "That was the year - the time - when I decided to make the time of my life count for moref, J. C. Matthews President Dr. J. C. Nlatthews, President "Will if J' if ..smv"""""n ,,guvP"""" Board of Regents LEFT TO RIGHT: joe Nelson, M. D., We-atlmcrforcl: Carroll Sullivant, fininc-svillc1 Ben H. Wooten. Dallas: jack Slsco, ClOl'SlCLil1f11 Ray Cowan, Austin David A. Kimbell, Wichita Fullsg S. A. Kerr, Huntsville. Not pifturerl: Paul Cates, llulmlvovk and Bcrl Godfrey, Fort Worth. I3 ww i M ,,. 71 A , 4 ffxx S S Ski 2 e N-n-wwfm' In K'W"'l -, rwffzf. Dr. J. Spurlock, Vice President . . ,a l Q" ' V Elf. me N42 Dr. R. W. Adams, Asxistant to the Provident '4 V . ge ! ag , Cf ,va 7 Aj f Dr. Imogene B. Dickey, Dean of Women Willifinl G- W00dS, DFW? Of M671 v 15 I ,Si f-ss ' SS .S Offices Provide Personal Aids Placrrvzvrzt Office: The Place- ment Office serves as a liaison office by setting up appointments between students and prospective employers. The office aids mainly education students but maintains current files on all graduates of the University. School administrators visit the office regularly in search of stu- dents for teaching positions. Placement also provides up-to- date information on changing trends in various fields. Guidarzrf' Office. Tests of abili- ty, interest and personality may be taken in this office. The office attempts to help students who are undecided about a major field and those who need to develop more thorough study habits. Reading courses are offered by this office for the slow reader. A student may double his reading speed and comprehension. into E. H. Farrington, Director 0fPlf1fement5 ff f .1 'aI f ,Li .X- f T X .I is . , S 1 2 sl 'V Q W fl Dr. Edward C. Bonk, Director of Cluirlzznfe I6 " w1sff3sNwf W Business Gffice Gfficials Handle School Budgets, Fiscal Reports, Payrolls Robert H. Caldwell, Business Manager Comptroller. Preparing the annual financial report and budget is the responsibility of John L. Carter Jr., Comptroller, who is in charge of the universityis ac- counting, reporting and auditing. Carter, a certified public accountant, was chief ac- countant here prior to his becoming comptroller in 1961. He received his B.A. in 1946 from the University of Texas. Carter is a member of the American Institute of Accountants. Business M anager. Robert H. Caldwell supervises the Business Office, issues faculty and student payroll checks and approves and accounts for university ex- penditures and revenues. A North Texas ex-student, Caldwell was employed as cashier at Denton County National Bank until he was employed by NTSU in 1932. ,. fe ,, ,., M f .., . ..., , 1 ? :gg X' Nwwwusw John L. Carter Jr., Comptroller I7 Dr. Alex Dickie, Registrar Registrar. In this capacity Dr. Alex Dickie is responsible for keeping permanent student records and releasing official grades and transcripts. Before coming to North Texas in 1940, Dr. Dickie was deputy state superintendent of schools for Texas and school superinten- dent in Woodson. He is a member of Texas Association of Collegiate Registrars, Texas State Teachers Association and the Ameri- can Association of Registrars and Admissions Officers. Dr. Dickie received his B.A. and M.A. from Texas ASLM and his doctor of educa- tion from the University of Texas. Director of Admissiorzs. John E. Tomp- kins was named to his current post in 1961 after serving as associate registrar. Tompkins previously served two years as assistant professor of business administration and nine years as registrar and dean of students at Tarleton State College in Ste- phenville. He is a former North Texas student and a member of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers and Texas Association of Collegiate Registrars. XS M fy X lrec ey rea s In University System S John E. Tompkins, Director of Admissions A' saw, X. by ,tj WW Hilda Cunningham, Director of Correspondence and Extension M X 'mas ' 254 e y r Dr. David A. Webb, Director of Libraries T Lists 89 Subjects 0ff Campus: Library Improves Facilities Director of Libraries, The Main Library, under the direction of Dr. David A. Webb, underwent several major additions with the creation of the education-psychology library and room and substantial additions to the children's literature collection as well as a new reading room. Corresporzdence-Exterzsion. A total of 89 courses, coordinated by Mrs. Hilda Cun- ningham, are offered through the two pro- grams. Over 1,000 students are enrolled in extension courses alone. The two programs enable persons to re- ceive college credit for work done individu- ally or as a member of an extension class in their own community. .M,4'gsgg. .x Dr. james L. Rogers Jr., Director of News Service 'Alma Mater' Televisedz Web Offset Press Means Print Shop Status Symbol it asks f' .. s t et In 'S J. D. Hall, Director of Print Shop Director of News Service. Dr. james L. Rogers jr. has the double responsibility of being administrative head of News Service while coordinating university publications. This year Dr. Rogers supervised preparation of a television film, "Alma Mater-NTSU," depicting school history and achievements. In 1961, he received a Special Science Information Award from the Southern Regional Education Board. Director of Print Shop. D. Hall supervises the Print Shop, which produces university publications. A S50,000 improvement project was instigated in 1963 with the purchase of a web offset press and a camera, plate-making accessories and auxiliary equip- ment used in offset printing. NTSU is among the first schools in the region to own a web offset press for newspaper publication. 20 Dr. J. Harold Farmer, Director of Student Union Building Director of Union Building. Dr. Harold Farmer closely fol- lowed in 1963-64 the construction of a new three-story 81.2 million Student Union Building. One wing was scheduled for occupancy during the spring and completion of the other set for December. The new facilities ultimately will contain five times more room than the present structure. Dr. Farmer has full charge of UB activities: scheduling student events, supervising Snack Bar and Cafeteria operations and sup- plying information to students and visitors. He is also secretary of the Ex-Student Association. Manager of University Store. The University Store will spend most of 1964 in the basement of the first new wing before it is moved into permanent quarters on first floor. Continuing the duties he began in 1948, Andrew B. CSwedej Swenson purchases stock, cashes the inevitable student check and pI'0VidCS j0bS for Students. Andrew B Swenson Manager of University Store 21 Social Directors FIRST ROW: Driggers, Crumleyg Dixson, Oak Street, Rehders, Chilton, Hollingsworth, McConnell, Dockery, S. Bruce. SECOND ROW: Skip- worth N Bruce, Pipkin, Kendall, Riley, Quads 3, 45 Schlosser, Terrill. Not Pictured: Slack, Quads 1, 25 Allen, West Dorm. Urcie Timblin, Head Social Director of Womenis Dormitories 22 Dorm, Hospital, Kitchenz Valuable, Integral Parts Cf University Machinery Social Directors. Being Nsecond mother" to several hundred girls is a title which could be aptly claimed by the 10 social directors for North Texas dormitories. The continuous job of supervising dorm life keeps these ladies extremely busy. The social director for all women's dormitories, Mrs. Urcie Tirnblin doubles as dorm mother at Marquis Hall. She supervises placement of girls in dorms and dormi- tory regulations. Currently 2,461 coeds live in university dormitories. Completion of Maple Street Dormitory in the fall of 1964 will create space for an additional 540 girls. With the exception of married women, students are required to live in approved housing. University Hospital. Completed in 1958, the 74-bed hospital is equipped with examination and treatment rooms, X-ray and lab facilities and offices for the two full-time physicians, Dr. L. O. Hayes and Dr. Frank K. Thompson. During the long session, nine nurses, a lab teclmician and an X-ray technician are required full time to main- tain a 24-hour operation. Registration fees cover service of a physician and board and room while a student is ill in the hospital. Director of Foods Service. Miss Sadie Kate Bass has the often "meaty" job of supervising purchases of food and equipment for dormitory kitchens. Assisted by a staff of 13, she oversees the handling of food and menus in each dorm. Equipment purchases for the new residence hall- Maple Street Dormitory-were made this year by the dietitian and her staff. sfrvlmii ' Dr. L. O. Hayes, University Hospital, Physician fb Z 9 4 ., J een' , 4, ian cf 0 ez., ,rf f fff .fe -fn Eff ,V f- -12 , ,Z Z'QrW' ,,. r f , e ' rs ' ,ey we V Sadie Kate Bass, Director of Foods Service fx f , ,r 1 Q? 7 f Sy 53, Q 5 it ,f I , Age ye? veeeffr i X, gg I f s fslig x X, N 7 X lx B. 3X f N. 3 12 ew WWW tb f if 4 X - x x A i f ,X s Q ei 'fy' f qs , s We X MA f sl Q f s , .X f as 4 Z fx-4-Swfrw x if :. fyf.Si, I ESE gig li A X i' if ff? f sw' .1sss5'fq5r1fi' V. 5, ,. . . ,c.. c.. , .1 ,x f if 3351 hiiz f e is e .,, Misa? Q as est gt. mm . ,, , ff ,f sen. S rf . SQ 'Sag . ' fr W H f S YS 11e 2X sf ' 2 Z fs iii x EVM as fy A ffg X w f. V X f A Q if Q! Z 5 ta! f 0 KZ U " e KS! 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I 1 THE HEAD AND THE TAIL A 5 EDITED BY DICK BEENE If as , 8 . 22 if , I a w I E I F35 I I A I W J , f if X 5 f ,V- f V"I 'II' i ., 1 -3 Q , I . ,, Www , W fi W ' , V My ,am 'I 1, if 5 3 fy ' , ,,. I , r AMW M 3 Q .X ff A I , ,Qi ' af -"f ' 4 I 0 f m :I f Y ,AW DVANCING IN KNCDWLEDGE. THE TAIL WAS SOME GENERATIONS AGO. BUT ETILL KEEP THEIR DISTANCE. - T. B. CAULAY . . . a time ll m of growth, change, hap- piness, new I friends and older, unfa- miliar stu- dents. It was a season of 7 a. m. classes, no school on Monday, quick naps in the air-conditioned library and rides in spunky sports cars. A record 5,200 students enrolled the first six weeksg 4,170 students set another record the second summer term. Planning, organizing and building left little time for laggard living. The USNT Summer Planning Board prepared its projects for the long term. Plans to expand the university's phone system were announced. The Board of Regents approved 61 new teachers. And workmen scurrying to lay the new Union Building foundation destroyed an old friend, the UB Terrace- known to North Texans as the Slab. 26 I 211 ,,,, X-, zo Y jk is fa Ig. ' 1 Q 1 Q X . H: .Nj , Z", 3 rfgr- EQK 4 'gag' J, V- L11 '.q"?vi Q-if 41.13 C" '- v: 1' '. .'.g.1i Q-4, 1 gi, 1 1 -sz" -- ' 'f 'sr-Pi. -'5'yg.'. ug- 4-Jh ' "' .333 . 'pig : 5' vrf. tvg. ,g-. K-A-E fp sun iv- 32. -.-,aj V A 1-It, ar i ,K Tl? A 1 tfe g I. f "'- , ,' , Q ,lilly tg A " .LQ f , J A Y , , - -ii -:fa-1.1. ya.,-,-,q , C 1 E ' rr , . -In at r 1 Q Q ,mM?Tf-f- Q I H, J ' all A 1 1' , , - V - X in 6 ti rs. Lf Tax lu it 3, "fs ' i e e --A. i 7 5 2 3 are- i-1 . at 5 3 g , 1- 5: -'f 7 fm - "' 'N K A ,wi Ja! f- .V ws 4+ .... .1 Z2 -it M25 ss, 5-raaawr gf' .Q ' j W' ,, , Q,.- L-.six ' M . I D ' .v Y --Q.. .ip -fr -13 5 ,,, l ww I - A-1, l! Q13 5 ww QS -'wi-al asap xg P,.vy1m x 5 Nw, rvcq,,W. it ww 1 fx. V f 4 Q f 7 7 7 Mr tatsrMc W M i 7'7Ml Q ""l'f?2 Q ' f 5 t . ,O Q ' mf ' Y N ,. jg, ' ,ff t -W Q., ff-' ra, ' m iata v r. M X vi R rf .S 5 i E J -I rm I a 4113 W if ' 1 I "' i .,. il 6 if H 7 1" ' S , K 1 , ' 1 1 N ' 2 W 1 i at ' ' g ,N K ,JS J "' WW ,i""t"M ? -fi R , J r f ef X 5 r W-as -0-fray kr, sa f -eanrrar ' ' ' f -. ' i XxLX - - - es U ,,., , it ,..,..2. , P, E Zgg' ,,., f L rw A poised, careful approach, a graceful bend of the waist, Diane Eggleston, a freshman from Dallas, demonstrates a a sudden stretch of the tanned body and a quiet splash: perfect jackknife at the Swimming Pool. Bustling Summer Summer floated into the uni- versity with a bubble of activity that gradually expanded until it burst with the largest graduating class in North Texas' 73-year history: 797 students received de- grees, bringing the number of 1963 graduates to 1,844. A revolving schedule of events resembled the hands of a well- kept clock-ever changing, never ceasing. New resident violinist Carroll Glenn was featured at the String Chamber Music Festival . . . Zip Code-76203-was intro- duced by the University Post Office . . . approval of a master's degree program for library service gave NTSU its 19th area in which such degrees are awarded . . . a 310,350,210 budget for the 1963-64 fiscal year was approved . . . Dr. Stanley K. Hamilton pre- sented to the public a dramatized reading of his own play-an adaptation of Mary McCarthy's "Groves of Academe" . . . Dr. Chester A. Newland was named to succeed the late Dr. Sam McAlister as director of the gov- ernment department . . . the Swimming Pool was seldom empty and always exhilarating. 'Mfr Paul Douglas Thomas of the mathematics faculty caught the sun eclipse of July 20 by placing a sheet of paper below his telescope. 28 W f-Mmm, W W, QM wff Cam Carr futilely seeks the affection of B. B. King as a jealous Melinda Brock sulks in the background in Lab Thea- ter's No Exit, by Sartre. Thirty-three-year-old Dr. Newland became director of American Political Science Association, he received his the government department in july. A member of the B.A. in government at North Texas in two years. Z 'X 29 . . . across the m n Indian Sum- mercampusas shirt-sleeved L students tried ea with difficulty to remember ' classes and Sguffled h...,.W..1..1. wasn't an easy job, too often extracurricular activities looked more inviting than schoolwork. It's always like that in the fall at North Texas. The weather is stimulating and pleasant, usually until the middle of December. Many trees insist that their leaves remain on their limbs through the first month or two of winter. Very heavy clothing is hardly needed until after the Christmas holidays. So the mild fall weather doesn't hinder North Texans when they register for classes, participate in Greek activities, make a run to Dallas or Fort Worth, elect officers or celebrate Homecoming. And there are enough short cold spells-and rough professors-to force students to study seriously. Even though the autumn weather seldom varies from one year to the next, each fall semester's activities and events are distinctly different from the last, if only in intangible ways. The fall semester of 1963 is a good example. Z M, ,M-,..,,,., 2 I 1 9 f ' .wffdlllnululpm ,Tl 'RM 2 , , X -' z 4, X fn XX Q Q win w A I Q N. N 7 , I H, V1 'Q' Q' X f ' ., " V. vc . f 3 ,- .Q -, , k X t .,,: A 'A U I, -- T in mx b Q NK X , J .. .Z I l ist, S I ' Q. The expressive face of john Fitzgerald Kennedy fTop Rightl first became famous during the televised debate series with Richard M. Nixon, vice-president of the United States under former President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The debates were a cmcial part of the young men's presidential campaigns of 1960. Counter- clockwise, photographs taken the day President Ken- nedy was assassinated depict the stunned reactions of North Texas students: The Campus Chat published a rare special issue on the tragedy less than six hours after JFK died. Dejected students crowded around blaring automobile radios to hear latest news reports. Somber notes in dormitories reminded the campus that the combination Roman Catholic-military funeral would begin at noon Nov. 25 in Washington, D. C. Television, like radio and newspapers, gave North Texans thor- ough, surprisingly accurate, dramatic coverage. Ka.. The mist in the early-morning air of Nov. 22, 1963, vaguely suggested a somber, depressing day would unfold. There was little wind, little sunlight. But as students attended classes before noon that day, the sky gradually transformed into an amiable, cheerful blue. Sweaters and jackets were discarded, car windows were rolled down. It would be a good Friday after all. In Dallas, just 24 miles south of Denton, the weather had been much the same. The big city's forecast was an important factor on Nov. 22, 1963. Hundreds of thousands of people were contemplating it. They realized the unpredicta- ble Texas autumn would affect the visit of one of the most important men in the United States and the entire world-President John Fitzgerald Ken- nedy, 46, the youngest Chief of State the nation had ever inaugurated. The President's stop in Dallas was part of a two- day tour covering four Texas cities. Though de- scribed as a nonpolitical visit, it most certainly had political overtones. The previous night President Kennedy landed in his jet airliner at Carswell Air Force Base in Fort Worth. Much to Secret Service agents' consterna- tion, he took time to exchange a few handshakes with the curious, friendly crowd of 7,000 before hurrying to Fort Worth's Hotel Texas. Friday morning he flew through the heavy mist to Love Field in Dallas, where he received a true Texas welcome. He joked. He grinned. He waved. He shook more hands and finally jumped in his limousine with Jacqueline and Gov. and Mrs. john Connally. The unexpected appearance of bright sunshine boosted the already exuberant spirits of President Kennedy and the crowd. It was hesitantly decided at the President's bidding that he would travel in the motorcade to downtown Dallas in his limousine without its weatherproof top. An estimated crowd of 250,000 enthusiastic spectators stood along the preplanned route to catch glimpses of President Kennedy as he neared the Trade Mart, where a luncheon sponsored by the Dallas Citizens Council awaited him. At 1 p.m. the President was dead. A sniperis bullets had sprawled President Ken- nedy in his wifels lap and seriously wounded Cov. Connally as they waved to the excited crowd. The shots were fired at 12:30 p.m. The 35th President of the United States received the last rites of the Roman Catholic Church and died at Parkland Hospital. The stock market suffered its worst loss since Black Monday-May 28, 1962-even though it closed 30 minutes after the shooting. On the NTSU campus, first rumors that the Presi- dent had been shot came about 12:45 p.m. Students raced home, to the Union Building, to their cars- anywhere to find a radio or television. The tension gradually mounted on campus from firm disbelief to nervous dismay. A few North Texans had seen President Kennedy only a few hours before at Cars- well Air Force Base. Others had welcomed him at the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce breakfast in the Hotel Texas. N ewscasters literally sobbed as they described the attempted assassination, not yet knowing if it had been successful. It was 1:35 p.m. when radio and television made the unbelievable, frightening announcement: f'Ladies and gentlemen, the President of the United States is ciead . . . M The awful reality of the assassination took hold while a sudden wind violently whirled dead leaves across the quiet campus. Ominous clouds darkened the sky. Stunned North Texans wandered limply home. It was cold that night of Nov. 22, 1963. 12' , .. I , A 12-was 1 ' 1 . -. 9 7 'M - 1 1 1. ,. H 1 -if i V ,,v.gl.,,: ,Ha SQL To staff photographer and top salesman Sheldon Gordon. hap- piness is selling YUCCAS. His most successful line: "Bought your yearbook yet? Why not?" BUY N0 Q M 1 ISQLNBQK SF! qllllll W! mfr Wwvw Q , wat Q X x f f a 1 , 0449-'W i f NT5Ug, f X V+ Each face the professor sees is entirely different. But always the question is the same: "Is this class closed yet ?" Two trial study lists are given each person for planning class schedules. Otherwise Denton would have an eraser shortage. -NN Q 1 4' f . Y ,f M f .g ,si to , Really! Registration lsn't All That Bad Fall registration usually makes you think of endless lines, writer's cramp, exhausted professors, sore feet, IBM cards and closed classes. But itis not really all that bad. You always manage to live through itg 10,802 other students did. There were 881 more registrants than in the fall of '62, but they didn't have as much trouble enrolling because an improved way to process applications was used. And fresh- men had it easier because better instructions were given in bulletins and special orienta- tion programs. There was another change, too: for the first time vehicle registration stickers were issued to all students with cars. wx W, an mnuugv JM" X I J 4 W , ff wa W, , , le He managed to obtain a card packet, trial study list, pencils, pens-everything but proof of a successful smallpox vaccination within the last five Years. V 2 l . It's late afternoon and a very warm one, even in the air- conditioned library. The teacher is tired and tense. So is the student he's trying to help. Fall enrollment figures bulged with 3,346 freshmen. In the Men,s Gymnasium Dr. James L. Rogers Jr. conducts the first hour of that group,s orientation. X . X - E 'Y is I ifj' 9' Y af 'fmlisf Eif,Lffs V ' Y it s ,,,s . fix J f ' 1 , 4 f 44 sg 4 f W W if ww H ,, i ff 0 sz 5 - P' ,Q ,fer Freshman Tom Castillon of Fort Worth, like so many new students the first day at NTSU, pauses for a second wind and a puzzled survey of his surroundings. "Would you mind helping me out just a little bit?" this new coed seems to be asking patient Green jackets at the Informa- tion Booth on the campus. 36 X N1,.,,.wf' 8,3 FX But She Won't Be Lonely Very Long Upperclassmen swarmed past the forlorn freshman as she hurried toward the Union Building. She glanced at her watch: nearly 8 a.m. "Surely someone in here can tell me," she thought to herself. She walked into the Union Building, saw the crowds of students and quickly retreated. "Too many people. I'd be too embarrassed to ask." She turned toward the Administra- tion Building. "They'll tell me." But the lines inside that building were too long, too menacing to her. A few minutes before 9 a.m. she saw a girl wearing a bright green jacket in front of the Music Building. A printed card on the girl's blouse read, 'lAsk Mef, With an attempt at nonchalance the freshman asked the girl, 'cOh, say, could you by any chance tell me where I'm supposed to register? I'm sort of new heref' Much later that day the weary freshman trudged slowly back to her dormitory. After supper she wrote a letter home. " . . . It's really interesting here and every- body has been just great. I can't get over how friendly all the kids are. My roommate and I get along just fine. We both bought beanies today but we don't have to wear them if we don't want to. They say the rest is easy if you can make it through registra- tion and I did-finally. So far I'm having a swell time. Wish you were here . . . 'i 37 Look closely at those students with beanies or orientation packets. Some will be back in 1964. Others wonit. J , Q9 'DMV slan-Kgs fr. 5 'Qw- me 'Qi' fx 5 '.'. .MX X X X l 4 'W I ...ff Meanwhile, Back At m Camilla Carr isn't screaming for help. She's merely sing- ing at an Alpha Phi rush party held in September. , r Af 4 Z f' f , .- 4- isq wf' mm x "4 ' A 4, f . 1. --f. A . ' - V 'f ' - '::"W'W!M5?, U ' ,QPU ff Q, - A , r ., ,, ' ' , ' g ..,. W ,...a....,' ..... Awuaiakmubk .... .. . M .., , y , . ff' ' PZ rf , f , . .1 , ww CQ' 'egg g A X ,si,.,,,,, ,,,,,,.,. - W.. 1 ,, .-,. My A. ,V , ,f :I , R . ,,,, , X , W "" H ,,,i., ,,,, v Members and pledges at Bid Acceptance encircle the Chilton is the first sorority to sing. "The Lord's Prayer" is sung by the courtyard, where the 1963 Sing Song winner-Delta Gamma- gathering after each group has presented its song. Just clownin around, four cos- tumed lovelgies pull snickers, giggles and a few knee slappers from their sisters and rushees at a Chi Omega rush party. "'F""- 38 f ...-"V i rw-'W :Q ' Excitement, laughter and surprise highlight Bid 5 , www NW 5 we XF W S f W gf X. m Ac- who don't know beforehand which girls have accepted ceptanee ceremonies on the night of Sept. 24. Members, their bids, welcome new pledges at the sorority ramps. A Sig Ep pinning of a Zeta displays the practice of burning a heart shaped like the men's pins. saw The tune "Cowboy joei' was roped into being "She's an ADPi," which Diana Person sang at a fall rush party. 39 The Greek 5 gifitif XF .Sf g? S S Q as it .Qlw ,gr gi , 5 Yi S 'ff xsffg, Game In three hours Kappa Sigma pledges collected 1,400 girls' signatures-400 over required total-while calling times and temperatures from a treetop. WWUKS WKJWWWKW f he WY few ' eliwtg h ' " f K 'W N 'W ,iff h . K Z. V H . R 1 1- ,rt fwfr Q Q Quarterback James Duff Daniels calls signals in the annual Phi Kappa Sigma members-versus-pledges 40 W X W M QW -prim,-'MA as ,MW r 1 r I I 1 l 7N'Mv" M c,R,,W.,-,ark if touch football game. The pledges were pretty smart this time. They managed to lose, 13-2. 6 ff: rw -ws f we 5 ., Wx NSN, 'Q V ' , wal E , Little black books must be filled by the end of pledgeship with pretty girls, signatures. E Pledgeship means doing odd jobs for the fraternity, like twisting hundreds of paper napkins into flowers for the Homecoming float. , R59 X quid' 41 Q , W , ., - . 9 iXW.,?a1: ,. ,, s,s' l K - V,,, e :Q ,ff I V 1, , U M V ll, , ffm I ' ,si x ' 5 , . Q 3: M A iw! MPM Q N . , N it V ,, ,,,,,,,,c.,, w'2-.gNX f '??i,Y , if ' W' 4 I, X V in , ff ' at iW,Xi4, 4 k . ,yi .eu A XX. wx Q 5 XXX ,113 ,- ss, Q iff- - f R-1 5-Q ' ' K ,ff rr v . ' gem M 'N K W, XM, mn . ts: ,ex ,,,,f:.v-i: - V f ,, , tg ' .- ,.,. A A ' 4, A Q ,. ' stew, 4. 'NZft25..,i , if V A .. ' ,, - 1 1 A ' wlmi ,,.f"s 1 J . I .A .1 Q , X fr, J' 6 Jf xx' Pledge acceptance, an old story to Sigma Nu Huge blasts from a Sig Ep rifle, a mock chase and phony tortures the day actives, looks pretty refreshing to pledges. before Homecoming warned the Wichita Shockers of defeat. 41 jar 1 Q -CWC: i me 5. When you donjt care to watch the ball game or see a show, you just sit in the dorm and talk. That's the fun of college life. ' , 3 A ' EM ,qi .if Qt u ii err 2 a sr gn it buge 1 2 1 ' l 5 - if llllllil s 2 f rf? f' If i f te o o A total of 2350 boys can live at University City, one of the largest, most lavish apartment complexes ln Denton. A pool and 129 apartments are available. 42 l Something There Is 5' s r 1 x l I That Hates Renters 5 I He robbed his girl friendis hope chest, 1 t Which was full of cups and plates. b He scurried to North Texas, .L Unaware of his sad fate. 7 Apartments stood all over, But, alas, they were filled up. Since dorms were not his fancy, And commuting seemed too rough, A He ran all over Denton trying to find just one tiny room-maybe even half a room- and finally found one for 20 bucks-a-week two miles away owned by a nice little old lady who never drove her car over 95 miles- an-hour except when it was time to collect the rent. Moral: Better bring a tent to school, just in case. T r K rf! il, I' init' N jwmf. ' '1 cw it I 3,41 Whether a student lives in a room or an apart- ment, he always has to wash. Result: boredom. is I Abstract art by Dutch Kepler and his three roommates is on their Chestnut Street house dubbed "The ABC Art Gallery." mme, "f ' X 'Ne 'W' at S at 4 K W :W -Y-L 'fr "M K sale we at Each of the 10 girls' dormitories has at least one television Every weekday afternoon those sets hum with soap operas 4-nm ser. 4,- W: Z 'f f N1 2 'Q 9 ,fa an ala ,f an 5 ,, ,I J ,,,W,,MNm? 1 Q A L W E, 2 r - .rerer. 2 :Mille f 'I' 9, Wi A T - A, 1 -J f - 4 - ,.,,....,r - if . , 5, ffrja, X be ff ,... 'HHH A ,QM-gy-,' L ' 'HQ . gg A V " A t x T YH.w.W,..m , 'X , 1, W kwwna. ' ,W ' 4 V r Q ..,.,. ks A Q , 1 H WL? .ff - I A V' 5 V W ' s A 1' ' at , 44 f- K, -N H kg V- H , . Q - 9 .. a?...V, -x X. rwm my ,f farm ,..s if f i at 2 ' ,, ,, A s ' , ii' , it ' 2 ' W-S224 M. f ' A A ' . , V X A T c - A ,W w A M t ' at e n 5 - ,. , V, L X X -. ' 4 7' ' 4 , . 'Q f X , , "L ,Q Q sv f 3 ' I A . wi' fafrrarrs 4 l x ' is MZ! ' V f sf 'V ' l , -i i E , an ,. uw if , '-'Z, f ' 4 V i, 'z W 5 , , , , ,Y "'1 . ' . 1, t ' 6 'QM J' W fftee MW 1 W' r wi l f T so 'wr Ki ', t me r X . x N-as ,fix A ., 4 ' ,r,,,.,,r,, TOP: Married students quickly learn the ex- BOTTOM: Graduate Apartments, which. stud- pensive problems of shopping in supermarkets. ent couples may rent, are modern and efficient. 43 Uninspired Campus Stragg es to Polls Unimaginative campaign signs littered the October campus and USNT officials pre- dicted a record 3,000 voters. A total of 173 students sought places as class officers, USNT senators, freshman cheerleaders, lVomen's Forum representatives and Home- coming Queen. The Independent Students' Organization created interest in the ho-hum election by sponsoring an all-candidate rally in the Howdy Room. But only 2,173 students -the worst percentage vote in USNT his- College folk singers-among them a spry guitarist, pro- tory-made it to the polls. vide entertainment at the ISO's all-candidate rally. Y -5' X W MW ,1.:: 2 . . 1 -- , P 537' , , ,M Q 0 ,: s Qs Aa-m Autumn election petitioners pounce on prospects in the Donna Scroggs, second from left, and Michele Turner UB Snack Bar shortly before the Oct. 8 filing deadline. fourth from left, each gained a signature for her list. Spotlights on the BSU tennis court provide ISO Burton with enough light to stretch canvas for their President Jeff Crossland, Don Edwards and Karan enormous signs supporting ISO candidates. X if f X SW? Afffax. s. . ...-.- Campaigners rush to erect their signs, which the USNT requires to be in constant repair. 1147? Z! Coeds had few qualms about appearances when making signs in support of their candidates. Nui' ,af Q l i gf! ZZ? If. A few firm whacks and the first stake takes root. The next steps: finish building the election sign, campaign a lot and then hope. 45 Blazing patterns of fiery light swirl behind cheerleader Judy Philbrick as she shouts and ap- plauds with fellow students at the 1963 Homecoming bonfire. Bonfire Ignites H o m eco m i n Bonfire plans kindled some of the first strands of enthusiasm as Homecoming week- end, Oct. 25-26, glowed in the near future. A week beforehand Talons urged freshman cooperation in lugging wood to the west parking lot of Fouts Field for the rally dar- ing the Wichita Shockers to face NTSU's Homecoming spirit. The wood had gradually dribbled in by Thursday evening, and so had a nonchalant autumn rain. Freshmen and Talons spent the night guarding the wet woodpile, which was still damp Friday. That night Homecoming Queen Carolyn Deuback had real trouble when she pitched the first torch at the soggy heap, she simply couldn't persuade the defiant pile of wood to burn. But a sudden burst of flames finally forced the bonfire crowd away from the huge woodpile. Photographers frantically danced around the fire, happy cheerleaders squealed with the spectators, children stared in fasci- nation and the Wichita Shocker-a straw dummy-fluttered from atop the heap in the form of lonely ashes. Homecoming had of- ficially begun. Saturday's events stressed the Homecom- ing theme, "Emphasis ,63." Ex-students realized--as the Campus Chat noted-that Hold NT, she ain't what she used to be." NTSU continually changes, constantly im- proves. New buildings cast their shadows on the campus. More courses are offered. En- rollment surges. The school's mood shiftsg its tone varies each year. But Homecoming seems always the same-exciting, friendly, exhausting, wonderful. 47 Flames dart skyward and collegians retreat, but younger spec- tator s sneak another look before running from the heat. 'VMI ,W in T i -4 asf , w i V W, 1 4 l l PM 9' Pedestrian Parade Expectant spectators evidenced unlimited enthusiasm before the 1963 Homecoming parade began its long trek from Fouts Field through dowmtown Denton. But somehow the floats themselves failed to reflect the same exuber- ant spirits. The parade was planned well enough. And sta- tistically it was impressive: 24 floats and seven bands were en- tered. But the crowd seemed to keep waiting for the big, elabo- rate float-which never appeared. Kappa Sigma fraternity intro- duced' some humor with its float, "Disney,s World - Explosion of Knowledge," which included two pledges dressed as Donald Duck and Pluto. Another pledge wore a Mickey Mouse costume. ' - Q . A iii . S X V ff eww Km' . 4,6 .. fe 2, Q .a SQL A . V Aladdin's lamp, exotic colors and three pretty girls helped Delta Gamma sorority's float, entitled "Three Wishes for '63," win the award of most beautiful. .52 V, sa' Q. . 4 fm 6 The sweepstakes award was given to Zeta Tau Alpha sorority for its float portraying a bee stretched comfortably on the petals of a bright red flower. f Elephant jokes hog the scene as this beast and its mousey pal add fun to Kappa Sigma's float. 48 el. l - "X f"'f"W't"-.,,WW xv cnowmo SPREE bn 63' ia J 1 S A Kappa Alpha fraternity's figure of a scholarly eagle feeding a Wichita Shocker to her eaglets won first place in the house decoration contest. With a few more tail feathers, Lambda Chi's eagle will be ready to enter the house decoration contest. 49 ,ir ew ri' 5 ., t tikift W' Q Z, WC, 4 Is, 1 1- 3 X3 'Wx . EQ Q' 5 swf? : Cadet Lt. Col. R. D. Brookshear walky-talks before the parade, helping all go as planned. '-if-A Sigma Phi Epsilon social fraternity received the honorable mention award for its decoration of a green-and-white eagle perched on a senior ring. K vb-"ii ' will .Wim O F' s, r U at S sl Maturity and youth seek the same goal: defeat Wichita. Coach Mitchell, with six straight Homecoming victories in mind, anticipates another. is 7: X is :QA TOP: When the Eagles threaten Wichita, the little girl cheers. When they don't, she looks at the cute boys sitting behind her. 50 'W if We ss BOTTOM: Boys see a football game differently, devoting all their attention to the players and seriously discussing each play. 33. fha. 'cz '1 Good Timing The players were pretty con- siderate the Hrst 50 minutes or so of the game, Wichita scored three points in the first quarter, but otherwise the teams let the crowd of 14,000 rest awhile. They prob- ably knew the spectators wanted to relax and gossip and predict who won the float and house dec- orations contests. After the half, the sun got hot- ter and everybody - even the players-got tense and sweatyg NT homecoming enthusiasm climbed back up its perch to its regular height. The clock only had a minute and 48 seconds on it when the Eagles decided to go ahead and win and get it over. ..:. -. N, . t .,.5::v,7'i'f'QN'Q .fiiiffw A" . " 7"H 7' 5: sw 'V ' ., gf' , . , Qi ,V W ,f y t at ey ,,, i Q , eff ft E W F -. ' wi WW yy I V,,, V f f I lf f 2 , YA 2 .Q V ,,. A 2 1 we f 9 N Z J Z if if MZ X. If 21' ,QU K K Q A radiant Carolyn Deuback is crowned Home- ingsworth. In the summer, the sophomore was coming Queen by USNT President James Kill- in the finals of the Miss Texas Contest. Dr. Kenneth N. Cuthbert, dean of the School of Music, re- hearses with thc Marching Band before a rare appearance as director during the half. 'W Y-wq,..,, Anecdotes monopolize the con- l versation of E. C. Brodie, left, and the ex-professor's former student, Ray Dyche, at the Homecoming barbecue. MW Success has relieved the tension of Coach Odus Mitchell, left. As he relaxes at the late-afternoon barbecue, President J. C. Matthews congratulates him. 52 A few energetic students display graceful twirls at the dance in the Women's Gym. Finally: Exhaustion Even the old-timers didn't real- ize how tired they were until after the game. When they stood in line for the barbecue in the Men's Gym, their shoulders drooped a little, and they didn't seem quite as boisterous as before. They shook hands with other exes and reminisced a bit. "Saw C. Mat- thews while ago-," someone said. "He was a sophomore when I graduated . . f' A few hours later, exes and present students viewed 'Fessor Floyd Graham's stage show. Gui- tarists and folk singers monopo- lized the show, but a magician and a ventriloquist sneaked on- stage between bursts of music. For some exes and many stu- dents, a dance and a few parties were the next projects. Exhaus- Stage show talent came from all sources, and Steve Fromholz, Patti Lohman a.nd Mike Mur- t the majority was in the form of folksingers like phey, who sang "Man of Constant Sorrow." tlon and heavy sleep followed. we Banjo strings glisten in the glare of the spotlight as folk- singer joe Downs presents a lusty "Rock Island l.ine.', "He's the woodenhead in this crowd," Baylor University ven- triloquist Lee Dean's dummy confides to 'Fessor Graham, left, and the snickering audience. 5 3 A sudden explosion rips across the mint-green table when local police for gambling, alcohol, persons of low character the balls are "busted." Pool halls are inspected regularly by and players under the 16-year age limit. The clack and clatter gf pool balls-heard each day except Sunday from 8 a.m. until mid- night-filled local halls even during the week of final exams. xv? V, Z .4455 .,f,. QzF19f.!L6Q N532 A lf 4 1i1.4Lfl.Mf...W W ' ' 4' gem ' Alglkii 'war ix N l 3, 73 za.. V X X x. .V ,. 1, vga , ,fgw V ,-M , 1 if Body English and concentration may help the female begin- she found in University City's I Cue. Coeds remark they ner hit the "cute white ball with the funny-looking stick" are amazed that pool halls can be really neat and clean. P Pool and snooker have hustled their way into the public eye, finally erasing the social stigma once attached to them. How bout Poolin A Few Resources? So it's Friday night, you donit have a date, you want to get outside awhile but it's too cold to go anywhere but inside, you can't find anyone who likes to bowl and you've lost the keys to your car. Well, you can al- ways go shoot pool. It wasn't always that simple. Until Sept. 10 you couldn't chalk a stick anywhere ex- cept at TWU. But at last an ordinance scratched out that problem, providing for the licensing, control and taxation of pool halls in Denton. Businessmen soon took the cue, installing tables everywhere, even in a local washateria. It's surprising how much the halls have added to the more collegiate atmosphere that North Texas has finally racked up. And it's interesting to watch girls play pool. Now, you can look at that situation two ways: fly It's a definite sign that women have taken over everythingg or Q21 a surprising number of girls don't have dates on Friday night, they don't care to bowl, they don't own a car, they want to get outside but it's too cold to go anywhere but inside . . . The tune "Dixie" is hidden in a Swiss music sistant in charge of the Historical Collection, box disk which Mrs. Mabel Kingsbury, as- shows Mrs. H. G. Shands' sixth graders. V455 ff? X While viewing an old-fashioned printing press, the Sam Hous- ton Elementary School students exhibited varying degrees of interest. Few yawns were heard. , A 'W N :- - , ,. 1 Av! if Z fi' Bi S Q14 ,ix 'i S+ X 4 9 f 3 S f 1 f v .. , if 55555: WWW. Hb? 4 0 ,iii W' 5 l tm fi 54 f 4 'T N is , , 4 5 X Qu 5 Q, 3 Yf ez- .... . Wi fx . ik? 5 A im. .,.,2 'J . 1 li X L Q AY X 4' K '45 its 'Xp ft An African harp is the subject of Mrs. Kingsbury's speech. In the display case the class found a Bolivian battle horn and Oriental flutes and violins. A Visit to the Museum Throu ChiIdren's Eyes Hi! My nameis Donnie. I'm in the sixth grade at Sam Houston Elementary School. My teacher's name is Mrs. Shands and one t-ime we were studying the Orient and she decided to take us to the museum at North Texas. We saw an awful lot of old things from japan and China and we saw some old stuff from other places too, even Texas, like an old spinning wheel. This nice lady named Mrs. Kingsbury works in the museum and she showed us some dolls from all over the world. I didn't like the dolls too well but the girls sure did. I guess the best thing to me was this suit of armor. I still don't see how you could ever get up if you fell off of a horse with that thing on. . . . with hints and murmurs of wind-torn d a y s a n d snow - dab- bled weeks. Premonitions nd The am 0 WI ly energetic w i n t e r be- came reality to North Texas as it settled to sleep the first night of the 12-day Christmas vacation. A thin layer of snow chilled a few relentless tree leaves, painted sprigs of mistletoe and frosted the nearly deserted campus grounds. Memories of the holidays barely had time to fade before a second snowfall dashed into Denton. This time the white Huff piled higher, packed better, lasted longer, looked prettier. It tasted good, too. Between snowball fights, imaginative students here and there made snow ice cream. After the traumatic week of finals, those on campus between semesters probably slept late in the morning, wore light sweaters in the day and ambled downtown at night to view Cary Grant in Clzamde. The following three days of registration meant little sun, too much drizzling rain and very little warmth. Some saw the weather as a foreboding sign: It looked like a rough semester ahead. of an unusual- 'l 'fm If S "', l , .. Y fa ff v W 'W' as ' -w " iff' , ' '-1 ,Q ' J ' Z sf. Q e is, , ' V ep ' T x , fa , than M -, s ., - e N , ee f wffitff i f' Y i. I, wt A k,:',,3,6, ., , -Q as ,gy , .kiwi 74 if M - 7 , 4.4, -uf sq 'Mes f . '.4f,g,gf Y We W2 MW li fi 'I N R ZA 1 '- fn, ji, I s 'fl ,5 'I k t Y rr ' t ,ff .' ,1 ., Q , ff 1 52 e N r H'-if i -r , 4 t fs if is 'gay 1- K 1 , -gba. if Vgmtu Q we fi ' W ,1 1 r 1 K. M Ui to . 4' " -f....,js. W 5 f- it if a 4 fi? 'ig x ' ' , x A , H ,. t . T Y 701' ,Y - K ,'L,A.r'r , " if 'N I I Q' ' ik, W y t -M ae , TI -it z is iff ff fr' ff- wx - at K 1 16- .f ' ' 'i f' ' I , M, ,I Kai It LAW, y ,, , , Q' f 1 ' 44' o f ' " il H 4 ."' N V, V, , , . , ,We , 4, W :" ' '81 'wwf U Q , A 7 ' ' I J , ,. , if ' if -' N , fy ii , ge 2 Q.-M me-' ra. t r e - e ' , Q- W - ff , Q Q 'Wi' 'h"8J"p .FN .ef 58 fy' J.. W : 5. 1- A"-2. -: W, -,rf , W fy y , 5 . .'f.,, 1 Q NV, R ,A4f!.w,4x L ,4 ,. zz A 24 ,A "V ibfw 1, N.. xy: .V 1 . KEN -wg . , "f i fl x ff X NW Lys . I ' S' t, f F 1 I 1 1 s. H xi-f fr R5 "-115 x ? ' W Nw W s, 'Qi' WK, 0 f? .429 '93 7,1 Q " niP Suddenly bobby socks, tennis shoes and even good old loafers were old hat. Boots stepped in and gained footing as important accessories to coeds' clothes. ,5 H 4 ' 'Q rr i hifi k Q It 'V f H S i at .ei 'T Y ml .Hug 1 M mf, " A Mi '-to ,,,, f , if . I 4' Y if , 31 X 5 XX . , , if 7' 5 Q Q F portunity to be snow woman sculptors. Some people never learn. Like this fellow. He may not want to admit it, but sometimes a golfer must give up his game. 60 K 'X 1 1 ' Art students discover in snow a rare op- i l 1 5 2 5 A I i fl ,.,g ' i Q25 H A 'K . gl' s 1 its Q . 1, X 95 6 1 S44 Y I Q ,V Q 1 ' Z iff, 3? 4 2 sf 2 5 We it a. 1. at 3: - 1. "" f M, as v e ' 'IV Studentswere pelted in one way or another- Simple outdoor Christmas ornaments either with light snowflakes or hard snowballs. chilled by icicles epitomize winter's beauty. Popular underclassman-like games include "See How Many Car Windshields We Can Splatter" and "Let's Try To Hit Everyone Who Wears Glasses." - -at Y ' Xl M.QNxx - S i 5 'Eli-Y . M' ,g if M ,. .,. ,as it X , , , V , K A' .1 . " Y u A", vi, ' ff 51 Kismet 61 Winter Surprises The soft surprise of early snows accented the winter moods, tones and peculiarities. As the new UB lost its skeletal appearance, stu- dents became increasingly con- scious of classwork. Collegiate fads brightened the campus and gradually faded: Sleek boots became the feminine vogue, and Tom Swifties and ele- phant jokes were forgotten. While students became aware of the Campus Chats new offset press, they read about plans by NT and four other Denton-Dal- las-Fort Worth universities to co- ordinate higher education and graduate work and research. The university's image was strengthened in mid-January when its basketball game with Wichita was televised and later that month when the A Cappella Choir, sponsored by the State Department, began its tour of Europe. And campus nicotinites chain- smoked through the surgeon gen- eral's report on cigarettes. The cigarette scare soon burned out, apparently affecting few students. Sonia Heros, sophomore from Cuba, and Bill Aslan, graduate student from Iran, spoke to Baptist Student Union members in the fall. Miss Heros re- minded her audience Cuba is under the complete dictatorial power of Fidel Castro. tMiss Heros and her family slipped out of Cuba in 1959. Guerrilla fighters now use the Heros' home for a training camp.l Aslan compared the American public education system to his native country's, noting that in Iran school is conducted throughout the year. . , ,ffgghs ' Z9 4 It s A Thing Called Religion 62 It always floats into the conversation unexpectedly taunting the group until someone boldly attacks it. Itis a thing called religion, an intangible something one feels compelled to contemplate. In a single small group of students, one may find an agnostic, a deist, an atheist, a semihedonist, an existentialist. He may find a Catholic, a Jew or a Protestant. And occasionally will be found an individualist who claims he doesn't bother to worry any more about religion, who says his philosophy is that of having no philosophy. At NTSU, the general attitude toward religion ap- pears to be fairly liberal. Opposing opinions are dis- cussed freely and objectively. The more intelligent, ma- ture student isn't offended when someone begs to dis- agree, others, views are respected. Spasmodically, the vague line between religion and philosophy stimulates collegiate minds: Is religion a philosophy? Is philosophy a religion? Self-styled con- cepts are expressed and amended, afiirmed and dis- puted. College students begin to wonder, to doubt, to question. They consider a great variety of thinkers, which may include Plato, Christ, Sartre, Nietzsche, Suzuki, and perhaps even Salinger and Golding. They have learned to compare, reject and carefully accept. They have learned they must decide for them- selves. They have learned the time has come. To celebrate the beginning of the Epiphany season, members of Bright tree lights on campus and in the Canterbury Association participate in a Feast of Lights. Denton symbolize Chrlstmastlme. W Na' 1 r as i M' ,wzwjfs yvpf sv y V x , st , , r s A On their way to evening worship services, North Tex- local churches as the snow sifted earthward, providing ans may have paused to admire the Nativity scenes at an interesting contrast to the sands Jesus knew. 6 3 ome Even Manage To ttend CI ss s Though it may surprise the less perceptive individual, the university sanctions more than homecomings, cam- pus elections and new UBs. Spaced throughout the year are periods commonly known as classes. This is one of the finer points of university life which somehow is seldom understood. Another fine point concerns the effectiveness of attending classes. Many insist they learn much more through "discussion" in the UB than through note- taking in classrooms. But that's why we have schools in the first place: Too many others-not just college students - tend to feel the same way. If classroom attendance is combined with what teach- ers affectionately call homework, learning should in- crease. And if a student has enough initiative to com- plement this homework in any possible way with prac- tical experience, he may find himself learning fand rememberingj something valuable. Even the campus night classes are finished. But the science student, oblivious of the late hour, continues his work. Per- haps he may not sleep tonight. The serious jazz major must combine class theories and homework with constant practice. He cannot forget about his instrument X ' mr swv sm , ,, . Sw ff X W M ,f Y' 7101 W Z2 W 2 . vi 1 YQ' FH Practical knowledge is gained by the speech and drama major who participates in theatrical productions. 'Wifi T 3 ff an 1 5 ? RN. Stacks in the Main Library provide the English, education, history or government major the opportunity for research work -if he has the initiative. 65 Y we f ff , 'vw .. fx- 65 b .ig 0' . Ns: " wssf rf, 3 sf if ' f f , Q . ff Wg. 1 l I ' :pu -a 5 4 ' f ' 4. f It l MI ,El Perceptive photographers capture expressions that remain unnoticed by instructors conducting classes: KTOPQ distraction and concentration: fBOTTOMj perplexity and pensiveness. Soon adyanced students will use the 9530000 electron microscope which Dr. Vernon Scholes of the biology faculty is operating. The new instrument magnifies objects 20,000 times. 66 Nobody likes tests - not even the teacher, because he has to grade them. i . N gf! sf ff , 3 1 ' .,f,y,w' 4 l i i A .lg . Early-morning sunlight filters into the Women's Gym to reveal The long mirror allows the dancers to see themselves at work the graceful movements of students in a modern dance class. while providing the onlooker a three-dimensional effect. A t" ""Q--w- 6 3 vi 'F e'f.ee'1',.--:M V, ,' g v 4, ,Z 1 2 g L 1 4' A i ' 4' 4 'ui s V Z , 4 s , .4 im... ...g, Student organists are doubly exposed to superior teaching methods in weekly lessons and organ literature classes. 67 Will the University Spoil OI' What's-His-Name? "Found out the difference between freshman and sophomore English today," Grover smirked, pushing aside his empty Coke bottle. "ln freshman English the teacher comes in and says hello, and you say hello to him. In sophomore English the teacher comes in and says hello, and you write it down." "Which reminds mef' his friend said. "How did you do on the theme you were telling me about?" "Stingy little runt gave me a C minus." "Well? What's so bad about that? You said yourself you'd probably get at least an F on it." "Forgot about that," Grover replied sheepishly. "You know," the friend said as they left the UB for class, "I was just thinking about my little brother. Just now in high school. You remember how it was back then. Couldlft read Wolfe without causing a national disaster, and if you disagreed with the teacher you were expelled practically and -" "Yeah, I gzwss so,,' Grover interrupted. The two said so long and Grover shuffled away. The friend watched Grover leave and slowly shook his head. "That old band jacket of his looks like a neon sign,', he muttered, He shrugged his shoulders, then sped ex- pectantly to his next class. As many times as the pins are attacked by NT bowlers each night, it seems they would shatter. But they seldom do. Somehow they always pop right back up for more punishment. During the day, most students only have time for a quick trip to the UB Snack Bar. jazz pianist Dave Brubeck chats with Lab Band Director Leon Breeden and munches chicken at the Char Bar, a local cafe- teria, before his concert. , '91 ,yrl ef 3-yy 68 l One of the most popular student hangouts is johnnyls, a nearby cafe which is famous for its barbecue and atmosphere. Wmvwmfaat-WMMMM L ' onmws 2 z 5 4' Th T Hangouts Though not as popular as in former years, all-school way to relax. The Aces play for the Wednesday night dances still interest many North Texans as a pleasant dances, which are held in the Lab School Gym. 69 x l I t Visions of library lights dance in her head as joan Hart of has a slight accent, plans to teach home economies in a Saskatchewan, Canada, studies for exams. The coed, who "collegiate" fflanadian high schooll after graduation. 'il . JN ff ,4 , ...Nm Only a tiny handful of lights brightens the dorms late at night, except when residents -- mostly freshmen - are studying for finals. Movement in the background suggests the diffi- culty of studying in the noisy UB Snack Bar. 70 Angel Flight members pin lieutenant bars on AFROTC Cadets to symbolize Air Force commissions-a final part of graduation. I W. Spring Semester Reveals Exams' Deadly Impact You could easily tell when the january final exam plague had struck its victims. Fewer traffic jams ap- peared at 10:50. Light bills soared. Television plugs were pulled. Grocers merrily discovered coffee short- ages. The Chat temporarily ceased publication. The library increased in popularity. The deadly impact of the plague was especially ob- vious when the spring semester arrivedg enrollment de- creased significantly. Of course, part of this decrease was due to those who suddenly found themselves alumni: 374 bachelor's degrees were awarded on Jan. 28. There were live doctoral recipients and 56 who obtained masteris degrees. In his commencement address, President C, Mat- thews noted that those returning to campus in as short a time as five years will find students better prepared and more able than they are now. He didn't bother to tell the 435 collegians if he thought they had prepared themselves sufficiently. He probably figured they would discover that soon enough on their own. ,moan an mm Cap leveled on his head, tassle floating behind him, the senior and his friend enter the Main Auditorium for what may be the r l if lag last time. Unlike high school graduation, the following cere- mony is invaluable. This is a time to be remembered. 71 0 Q . . . winter- rl n weary stu- P g dents to the park, the lake, F h a stream, a re n pond - any- w h e r e t h e 0 pressure of classrooms could be tem- porarily ignored. They tried to make the weekends their own. Sometimes it worked, often it didn't. Though they had safely made it through the rough fall semester, they still could hardly afford to shun their courses. They probably found a subtle reminder of this fact in the slightly relieved parking situation-a direct result of fall semester dropouts and failures. The first weeks of the spring semester, which opened during the unusual onslaught of cold winter rain, glist- ened sporadically with sunshine and cloudless skies. In March, only a couple of weeks until springls official entrance, a rare snowfall pestered the campus. To many, the snow probably symbolized the fickleness, the unpre- dictability of Texas springtimes. Some may have watched the snow and wished for summer or even next year's spring. Others may have mused fondly about the past few semesters of college and realized, finally, that they've had a great, unforgettable time. 72 l 0 4 , . . ,- Q 3 mf .f. 1 . ai W Q H .qw Aga u N Q.- v -4 - NS' 4, -L' TOP: Coeds amble obliviously past the first hints of spring. BUTTUAI5 The fragile beauty of il clump of flowers contrasts with the homeliness of Ll sewer. 4 arf. X 2 wi 2 W 'K i Q 'W f X , it Y W my M, is ., Q X K- WJ ,i g 3? L H5 A a if 3 2 -.r 2 if ., ' ,, ., in g Z by W "I'm the greatest!" shocked boxing fans in the spring semester Clay World Heavyweight Championship Fight. Clay won on a as they listened to radio coverage of the Sonny Liston-Cassius TKO when Liston failed to enter the seventh round. S Perhaps the biggest surprise of the spring semester was snow, which fell on the morning of March 9 and disappeared a few hours later. 75 Sneaky Semester Good grief, suddenly it was spring. Everyone glanced up, saw fresh blossoms and green leaves and decided right then to face it: another school year was about to sneak away. With slight pangs of panic, they wondered where all the time had gone. They knew what had happened to a lot of it, of courseg they had memorized new faces, become accustomed to special ones, made new friends and lost old ones. Some of the most unusual faces encountered in the spring semes- ter belonged to a British singing group called the Beatles. Another face, though not so unusual, became familiar to North Texans when Dr. james L. Rogers was appointed assist- ant to President C, Matthews. Regional and national news was of major concern, Students followed the Dallas trial of jack Ruby, charged with the murder of accused presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. President Johnson began his campaign, and Republicans wondered who his opponent would be: Rockefeller, Nixon, Goldwater or Lodge? "Should a woman be elected president?', is argued with jabs and jokes by Jebby Prindle and Curtis Loveless in the spring's first Debate of the Month. ,M. if LEFT: A couple savors the "E: springtime solitude of Lake Dal- -ff :W Q . I' -A' i ' it las. BOTTOM: Sunlamps were shoved inside closets and re- placed with warm sunshine. y, Thi M, A ei Q- f , ,, , fl, .i ' V' 1 .. , . J' 5... gk - . ' Rx rl 1 , - V ,rf dl . u. . ' 6 W57'5': .4 T Q' , gre. Y gsm: 5 ew Ka fa or ' 1 ll s .fr ar I 'J . ' , , u Q 6 -be lu. Zi qt!-1 V' 1 ' 4. 4' 3, " ' 1 1, i f-H' A nga. s, , my Alfa N-rsh i . M f f ., in- V, .1 . '9 ' - T 0 Lili' 'ict . 4" ' rr M ,. 'ff'-A 'Q sift, .4 M195 Q- -. P ,pi 11, it Ayfnfb, 4. '42 1' wife M--sf, i t iff, s ., U Vg' :E Slgfj '3Kt?,":3 . -wi: , 'R' Qfglf' VL ,mf L-I ftfstxf . as :L .Ng I' a,f:x,x:,,,yf-'Z R X "wk, , is X 'iIZ,Q'i. ' -, ,.l'N.l.,s Al' 'fr' 1.2 Jw., -, " ai"Xz..'.XT-:'13L .-ihsrvfl. . 'lib' 'X u 4 ire" Q .. u March winds toyed mischievously with coed's skirts and shook fresh petals into ponds and streams. Then the soft spring rains began. t P r I I I VVhoosh! Though the spring semester scampered from winter to sum- mer with little regard for time, the university still found enough opportunities for advancement. As usual, the student popula- tion decreased, however, the fig- ure of 10,036 represented the school's largest spring enrollment. NTSU's name was again spread favorably to other schools by the debaters: The sweepstakes trophy won at the Gulf States Debate Tournament at the Uni- versity of Mississippi was the sixth such trophy of the season. And pleasant news came with the annual financial report, which showed a jump in NTSU's value to 827,819,084 -more than SIM, million over 1963. 7 f 0 w i i i l l i i l l i f l - i i i - 2 4 1 1 i 1 l 1 1 f 1 i i l - A v in C Q 1 an v Q I In 4 Q D 'M' 0 no 4- an "' nf N - .. -..f.-W-..,., ..,... ..-.- 1 , A " 3.34. Q- . 'l4...-,, ,Y , 1 15-inf:-a' K id H f 1-ff F , .., -N --lf -r v I ,, ,nav . wf4neq,,f ,..,,A.,,... amgfg? we - . -1 Y H4 1 .. wa ,, ,ffm--.-f-fff ,..W....,-W, :L ,,,. - fe:-:..'-.:.--- , ,, f V.-f-.v-M.-1.1 ..W.,,,..,..- f,-......N.m,M,m,.,.,,.v,., .. ...., .,,,, .... 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As the course progresses, the student will gradually be mtro an industrial arts student uses a band saw to cut this wood into parts for a duced to the many technical aspects of woodworking wp Q Q iqfswf 512311122 5 'J'V'f fqrim-ff --, f ,Qs f.. f, L QR f' ,V-,, . v..,..-., , S 4 fir 'Q , Q1 cr ,5 f. 'S I, 7 I. A. majors must develop basic skills: KTOPQ grinding chisels develops use of the handsg KRIGHYQ hammer and wood frame a boy sandinga bookend. 80 is r , Q s. 21 1 'jf XS , X' 1 K I 7 x ,r .1 ,QW INN 5 S51 45- 4 -' .4--ixS1.','f,:f fi ,M-,ga g, 1 Z 'ZW--fii f - 'Don't Bother Me, Budd --I'm Busy' From outside, it resembles any other new building on campus. But late in the after- noon, strange mechanical sounds burst from somewhere inside-sounds strange enough to make one wonder why heis never been in the Industrial Arts Building before. So take a look inside, enter the east door for the best effect. Rooms look clean, effi- cient, well-equipped. Machines, many very complex, catch the eye. Intent students look like the don't-bother-me-I'm-busy type. One of the largest in the state and nation, the IA department moved into its new building in 1959. Ford Motor Company generated enthusi- asm among power mechanics students in April by donating to the department a 289 cu. in. V8 automobile engine equipped with an automatic transmission-to be tinkered with and tested in Texas by Texans. f At first it was just an octagon-shaped bar of steelg now it's a cold chisel, smooth, shiny tapered and ready to be tempered by the beginning metal shop student. 81 Snaggletoothed Dunner McClellan of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity pauses to model his mangy-looking beard and oversized overalls. 82 il ae 'fs ima, if 7 pi?w3gJ-jj LQXU GaQhOLhzN It may be an unpatriotic attitude, but it's best to ignore the Howdy Room during Dutch Weekg otherwise you'll be attacked. ,ff Ugliness is an overstuffed and barefooted farm boy like Tommy Owens, sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha and Zeta Tau Alpha. Q irror, Mirror On the Wall... If you weren't at least homely looking the second week of March, you just werenit in. Downright ugliness was the style and the Women's Forum sanctioned it under the title of "Ugliest Man on Campusf' Five motley Greeks sought penny votes for the honor in the UB Howdy Room, col- lecting 872738, which was put into the Na- tional Defense Student Loan Program. In conjunction with the UMOC contest was Dutch Week, also sponsored by the Fo- rum. It was the coeds' turn to treat the boys. The annual Dames-United-to-Catch Husbands Week ended with a dance in the 5 Womenis Gym. As generally expected, the Sigma Phi Epsilon-Delta Gamma candidate, Bearded backwoodsman Bob Porterfield col- O 1 lected 38,777 pennies to win the UMOC title. Bob Porterfield, was named UMUC.. Ellen Moss, vice-president of Women's Forum, crowns a clean- At the end of the clamorous week, an amorous couple shaven, quietly dressed Porterfield the new Ugly Man on Campus. enjoys the calmness of the Women's Forum dance. , 83 November, 1963 . And Most of Us Won't Be Around to Enjoy It "Ball and crane . . . Are breaking up . . . That old slab of minef' quipped the first issue of the 1963 sum- mer Chat. The Slab fUnion Building Terracel was unceremoniously attacked on May 28 in preparation for the first wing of the new Sl million UB. In a few weeks the Slab was replaced by an indifferent, unpho- togenic, downright ugly hole. The Slab, site of Wednesday night dances and roller skating classes, was built with the old UB, which was completed in 1949 as a memorial to North Texas exes killed in World Wars I and II. In the fall of 1963, the hole was transformed into a foundation for the three-story UB wing. For awhile, it looked as if the wing might stretch to the front door of the Journalism Building, but it stopped expanding at last and began its skeleton-like jerk upwards. Though a harsh winter delayed construction, the first wing was to go into use in the summer of 1964. Next strategy: Move everything into the new wing and demolish the old UB, along with a memory or two here and there. 84 BOTTOM: December, 1963. RIGHT: February, 1964. '55, 0 'Q R X. . X A April, 1964. l .1 in rr V W . M9 f ' ' ."' f f . f Rf f f ff I N... I f M ' . R 1 Q .1 z ff I 5 ,, iz QQ "'r T X. ' e1 ,, A G . wg, ,I 11,0113-'J' X -ff fy MW k U in . Z X Q. ff ' f . ,X 7 Q . N ...I . 14 I 7 2 2 - . x M 5 , ,f A, gf w arf A f - W 0 1 ' " ,ye ,.:s- 'xi ,N Wu ,fm wwf ' AIA W .W , ,,,,,,, t I X ra 1 K ..,r , , M1 "in ' 1 u' Z r .V Z 7 ' ., , .5 M ' . f"' w. -ff . H ,,... V A mx ,., . Ng P y . ...fig 72 M- ' H Q 1 ., ff . X gy ,i,g,,,,,. ' ...Q.,.JAZ,L,- H A Q, 3 ,wswmw f I "x -,sl 3 fm ' 5 - S Q1 Z ff X, Z ,Q V ffgx WZ , ,f, .1 rl .i 5 4 , , r Sw wg f , 1 3' , SMU! 9 1 j y Aww, YM . Q ,Q ,,,, .TS x X 1: -'fa f .rn ,as ff-.5 f Nj'-.f F' FW my W A Rl.N K - to--ff 2, 1 , f , a , 3 1 Official UBC officers Shirley Quinn, Beatle Booster chairman, Tancey Love, mother image, BeeneDip, hysterian. SECOND ROW: Stanley Houston, scrapbook chairman, Lawrence of Rockdale, regular and miniature golf chairman, Kay "Sleepytime" Lanier, Time Capsule com- mittee chairman, Carolyn Porter, musico-mathematics adviser. THIRD ROW: Jerrybuilt Bennett, dancing instructor, Albert "Kid" Younts, Peace Corps representative, Marilyn Hagins, official helpmate, Lehman "Snowslop" Holder, director of insecurity, Patricia Bryant, legal fand illegall counsel. FOURTH ROW: Bob Cole, chairman of refreshments fbottledl, "Soggy" Mary Tatum, official weather reporter, Art "Psy- cho" Bentley, group therapist. FIFTH ROW: Cragg Hines, physical fitness chairman, Thomson fNT of TMJ Boone, parliamentarian, Billy jonathan Hobbs, chairman of Dick Beene Memorial Cuss Chair committee, Bill "Perk" Perkins, minister of English affairs. Not Pictured: Steven Brown, DDC, BD, RCA, chaplain, Bob "The Eyes of Texasv Hiett, chorus master, Dean Thorpe, insecurity council chief, Norma 'gNegative,, Popelka, ambassador to Playboy Club, Bob "Private" Veteto, Ferndoc Queen of May Contest committee chairman, Suzanne Heath, special adviser to the administration. 86 Past volumes of the YUCCA have occasionally re- ceived criticism for being too serious, too academic, too dull, too uncollegiate, too unCampanile, in short, not funny enough for the average reader. Accordingly, the coffee cup rabble of the Journalism Building, commonly called the UBC Qaliases: NT Yel- low Journalism Society, Upsilon Beta Camma, Union Building Cangl, has officially designated two pages of the YUCCA as a let's-show-them-that-journalism-mm jors-at-least-look-funny spread. The UBC, by the way, is nothing but a clique which anyone may join if all members approve him by point- ing their thumbs down. So far only one soft drink ma- chine four official drink is coffeej and a Collie dog have been refused membership. According to the bylaws of the UBC, officially estab- lished in the fall of 1963, Ma member is in session any time he is in the Union Building. The conditions for calling a meeting vary with the number of those want- ing such items found in the snack bar and those whose personal beliefs limit the number of Pommacs allowed into the meeting." Official activities of the year included Hustle Tom Boone Month, Bill Hobbs Meekly Asks, "Isn't This Dutch Week?" Month, We're Stopping Smoking Day and Ferndoc Queen of May Contest. Ever civic-minded, the UBC followed USNT's ex- ample when that group stressed the need of a. college- city bridge: The UBC announced plans for a "huge college-city bridge to extend from the corner of Hick- ory and Avenue A on the NTSU campus to downtown Denton Square. The concrete and steel structure is ex- pected to cost about S1 billion--slightly more than the proposed Trinity River Canal. Cragg Hines, who writes upside down, was elated. jerry Bennett, new assistant to Beatle Booster Quinn, told a joke. Thousands of lives are expected to be saved by the new pedestrian walk- way." Of major concern to the UBC was the official cov- erage of the new Sigma Delta Chi 1 Professional Jour- nalistic Societyj member's encounter with pledgeship. He was required to hang from his neck a lead slug like those used to print newspaper headlines. For three months the pledge thought he was dropped for maybe engagedj to a Linotype machine. The official UBC scripture is Cen. 11:14. All ieriuusness s i E greg?-A nl 5 MARY TATUM HUSTLE, Husrtg N075 Official UBC activities shot: UBC bulletin board, which helps develop alert journalistic eyes, scissor techniques and time-killing skills. 87 H O N O RS EDITED BY CARCLYN PORTER HONOURS, LIKE IMPRESSIONS UPON COIN, MAY GIVE AN IDEAL AND LOCAL VALUE TO A BIT OF BASE METAL: BUT GOLD AND SILVER WILL PASS ALL THE WORLD OVER WITHOUT ANY OTHER RECOMMENDATION THAN THEIR OWN WEIGHT. m?LAURENcE STE-RNE 'S is H? t. ,... .........-.-..+Hv +15 Eddy, Dallas public relations man, emphasizes wom- en's important roles for the upperclassmen audience. I 'Top Coeds' Win Awards t Theta Sig Matrix Table af'-I A 1 1,6 y L, , X3 f xW Sophomore Julie Moberg elatedly receives her TCOC silver disc from Theta Sig sponsor and journalism faculty member Mrs. Barbara Colegrove. 90 Epitomizing the ultimate in scholarship, activities and service at NTSU, 15 girls were presented as Top Coeds On Campus. Named at the Matrix Table of Theta Sigma Phi, women's na- tional honorary journalism fra- ternity, the coeds were selected from a field of '75 by a panel of four faculty members. Nomina- tions were submitted by teachers throughout the university. Five girls were chosen from each of the sophomore, junior and senior classes by Dr. Lee W. Miller of the English department, Dr. Dwayne Kingery of the School of Education, Mrs. Margaret Camp- bell of the physical education de- partment and Dr. Imogene B. Dickey, dean of women. Also presented at the pie-and- coffee supper was the Top Wom- an Journalist Award. Dan Eddy, public relations man for the Salvation Army in Dallas, was speaker for the an- nual event which was held at the Ramada Inn. Eddy emphasized the importance of women in to- day's society and how they have advanced from being merely fol- lowers of men to leaders of men. "Every man that travels the highway of success is led by a good woman," he said. CT'-7' ,,1' 'TZ i , Q , r Wm Brenda Russell, News Service assistant and Chat activi- ties editor, was honored as Top Woman journalist. Newly named Top Coeds on Campus wait as the remaining outstanding women students are recognized for leadership in scholarship, activities, service. X ' 'KA:Q5l""JE f .Ls 3 I .1 ,,.. ' A! Q a E ff, Yu 1: I ifvlivl ,L ,, - ,.--- f 1 , W sf 'iff I K,-.J - ..,. Seventy-five nominees, outstanding women of the university, are served pie and coffee prior to the announcement of the 1964 Top Coed awards. 91 f-mums-n Wm-N it 'Mavic V Y ...J-"""x 1 ,LW ,, Fexwrzm in Aww., ' ' fm X . x V Y, S. Na' x , ,jj N ff 1' 17 if l ,Q NW l ,.,, ,, V Sophomore TCOC I Claudia Wilson, Dallasg Doris Shivers, Carthageg Jebby Prindle, Dallasg Julie Moberg, Fort Worthg julie Ramey, Denton. 4 A Ii l 1: 'f I L I W ,l 92 Q E - .l I af l 4 , A ,,:,,. ' . 13 , l r or 2 r,,,,,.. E w M -was 'M R f- 'A f""""Q""ma-' f l A Senior TCOC h joan Thompson, Dallasg Susan Kennedy, Grand Prairieg Ruth Q Humble, Fort Worthg Norma P v Popelka, Templcg Ellan Smith, ' Dallas. frm, fb QNX 5 'E "MR e-.fr Ardlk f- iz junior TCOC Frances Aman, Fort Worthg Sherrill Dickeson, Crowleyg Hollie Glause, Archer, Neb.g Tancey Love, San Antonio Not Pictured: Paula Conrey, Dallas. 93 .Q FIRST ROW: J. Johnson, D. Gillam, N. Popelka, B. Boyd, M. Turner, B. Shuford, S. Kennedy. SECOND ROW: C. Reglin, P. Calloway, M. Russel, R. Humble, M. Mitchell. Meritum Activities Planned for Service As evidenced by its activities, Meritum plans its year around service to the school. In the fall, the local honor organization for senior women sponsored the student life orientation panels and the Big Wheel Dance, both designed to welcome incoming fresh- men. A Junior Tea for prospective members .4 was held in April at the home of Dean Imo- gene B. Dickey, sponsor. At Christmas Mer- itum joined with Blue Key, men's honor fraternity, in giving a party for Cumberland Presbyterian Children's Home. Meritum annually coordinates the all- ' , ef? Officers M. Mitchell, president, C. Reglin, corresponding secretaryg R. Humble, . recording secretary, N. Popelka, reporter, S. Kennedy, treasurerg J. Johnson, v-p. school HOIl0l'S Day Assembly III May. 94 Blue Key Honors Meritum with Tea Officers E. Kuehn, secretaryg B. O'Brien, president, E. Bacon, treasurer. ?""" Blue Key, national honor fraternity for W men, honored sister organization Meritum at a seated tea in March. The afternoon tea was held in the Community Room of the Denton County National Bank during Scholarship Emphasis Week. At other meetings during the year, the fraternity heard two speeches by faculty members. Dr. Chester A. Newland, director of the government department, spoke on "Prohibition," and Dr. Gerald Kirk, spon- sor of Blue Key and a member of the Eng- lish faculty, discussed the "Morality Code of the Century." A spring picnic was held at the farm of Bill O'Brien, president. Earlier in the year, he showed slides of his European trip. FIRST ROW: D. White, C. Kimberling, M. Hardesty, P. Barnes, C. Ludeman, B. O'Brien, B. Perkins. SECOND ROW: E. Kuehn J. Cools, D. Edwards, C. Lewis, E. Bacon, D. Beene, G. DuBose. THIRD ROW: J. Hightower, B. Martin, J. Grady, J. Crossland T. Bowen, J. Killingsworth. 95 FIRST ROW: M. Gregory, J. Johnson, K. Boeger, A. Elliott, S. Anderson. SECOND ROW: N. Popelka, T. Love, J. Thompson, S. Heath, J. Joyce. THIRD ROW: D. Edwards, V. Donowho, D. Moore, D. Bonner, K. Arnold, J. Griffith. FOURTH ROW: E. Smith, R. Humble, H. Miller, J. Rivers, B. Battles. FIFTH ROW: B. Stewart, B. Loyd, A. Copeland, L. Henderson, B. Shuford, S. Speck, S. Dickeson. X ' ' 6'The true scholars are those who take such a delight A I P h a C h I G S S u P in their field that you can't stop them from studying," , Dr. Ralph D. Eberly of the English faculty remarked T0 during Scholarship Emphasis Week in March. Alpha Chi sponsored North Texas' first Scholarship Emphasis Week, which was supported by four other honor fraternities-Blue Key, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta and Meritum. The special week in- cluded a panel consisting of three North Texas profes- sors-Dr. William R. DeMougeot of the speech and drama faculty, Dr. Harold Schlichting of the biology faculty and Dr. H. W. Kamp of the government fac- ulty-who discussed "Diversity in Scholarship." A tutoring service for students unable to afford pri- vate tutors was another project in which members of Alpha Chi participated. The service was begun by Al- phi Chi, Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Eta Sigma. 96 Officers J. Killingsworth, presi dentg P. Callaway, correspond ing secretaryg W. Lefler, re cording secretary-treasurerg E Kuehn, vice-president. FIRST ROIV: Goss, E. Hendricks, C. Cole. S. Nelson. C. Edwards, C. Gray. SECOND ROW: Killingsworth, li. Ixuchn C Swenson A. Clark, B. Brasseaux, P. Callaway. THIRD ROW: J. Cobb, D. VVhite, F. Aman, W. Lefler, B. Sheppard, J. Crossland FOURTH ROW C. Reglin, M. Russel, J. Harper, G. DuBose, L. Savage, H. Glause. FIFTH ROW: B. O'Brien, J. Martin, C. Kimberlmg I .97 X . . , 'T 'A f f wffsv W' n T' kart 'Ny fs' P13 fy, . ff r 4 E ig 4 as 1 D Smith vice president: II. Crout, secretaryg M. Mizell, historiang J. Spurlockg J. McCarleyg G. Fargarson, presidentg M. Buchholz. Phi Eta Sigma Gpen To Top Frosh Men Freshman men who earn at least a 2.5 grade average their first semester in college receive more recognition than being listed on the honor roll in the Chat. Such outstanding students are granted membership in Phi Eta Sigma, national hon- or society for freshman men. Scholarship is emphasized by the society, which each year presents an award to the sophomore member of the club with the highest grade point average. With honor societies Alpha Chi and Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sigma began a free tutoring service in the spring, Those in need of this service could go to their de- partment directors, who had a list of avail- able tutors from the three clubs. 98 ., 1 A ,..,,...-un- Freshman math courses can be a problem. Mike Buchholz, sopho more Phi Eta Sigma member, tutors freshman Bob Crow. 4 x I FIRST ROW: L. Amacker, D. Shivers, A. Elrod, K. Burton, J. Rice, A. Travis, F. Maples. SECOND ROW: B. Nelson, K. Hermann, C. Wilson, P. Pierce, J. Prindle, C. Callison, C. Connaughton. THIRD ROW: A. Gray, K. Ludden, S. Hurst, J. Mason, P. Holliday, J. Warden. 512 'ef' Yu T f f f 4, 9 as in X an 3 fi fi Officers D. Shivers, vice-president, F. Maples, president, S. Hurst, treasurer, A. Gray, secretaryg J. Mason, reporter. Ipha Lambda Delta Presents 2 Awards Membership in Alpha Lambda Delta is one of the highest scholastic achievements that can be attained by freshmen and sopho- more women at North Texas. The organization, whose members must have a 2.5 grade average, strives to encour- age scholastic achievement. As one way of doing this, the club presents a scholarship to the outstanding senior woman on Honors day and presents a book to the Alpha Lambda Delta member who has attained the highest scholastic record. Fall pledges heard Miss Ruth Priddy of the English faculty speak on the activities and honor of being a member of the club. 38 orth Texans Listed ln National Who's Who Names of 38 outstanding North Texas students will appear in the 196-l edition of Whois Wlio Among Stu- dents in American Unizfersities and Colleges. This select group is comprised of superior graduate, senior and junior student-s who have excelled in leader- ship, scholarship and service. A faculty-student com- mittee, representing all the schools and the divisions of the College of Arts and Sciences, evaluates the students nominated by the faculty, Names and qualilications of the honored group are forwarded to national headquarters to be included in the published book. ,I sc. K X W Q R 5 WWW, 2 as ,idk is if Q Mfrs, 1 lliffl ,r t"Q I s A fu" -' Wg? 4 are 45 ff r K K 3 Clark Kimberling. Bryan, Physics and Music, Junior. Phi Eta Sigma secretary, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, American Institute of Physics, Concert Band, Blue Key, Alpha Chi, Kappa Mu Epsilon. Edwin Kuehn Wichita Falls English Senior Phi Qi' ,Eliza me hs g Q M4171 y ' if 7 s A g 2.3, I x if Q sf , X r 'Q I N ' + il' ,, s spawn . X :gpg f . . Qi-. 5 Q. ,A-,, K ' vii' I , ' . -, 'sir Q "fs" ' WN a A 1 W, X mgxg' as qi Sherrill Dickeson. Crowley, History, Junior. Green jack- ets, Chancery Club, Alpha Phi, USNT secretary, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Chi, Sophomore Honor Guard, Phi Alpha Theta. Wes. , f yi' wtf bfi St 00.6 X 27 iiiifihf , Donald Edwards. Denton, Mathematics, Senior. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Chi, Blue Key, Phi Eta Sigma uice- president, Senior Class senator, Young Democrats, Talons, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Chancery Club, senate ser- geant at arms, Eta Sigma, Blue Key secretary, Alpha Chi luice- X president, Kappa Delta Pi vice-president, Sigma Tau Delta president, Auesta assistant editor, SEA. 1 1 so ' H wil' 5 s tg' i I 5 E ' ,,,,f3'f""'Q S. 1f.,,+t 'Anna N 100 i -s ,Iwi ' 9 2 ,ff ,, :A .W4 4 ei .ati . ,ft-fkxez' Q N l i t Norma Popelka. Temple, Secondary Edu- cation and Journalism, Senior. Kappa Del- , ta Pi president, Meritum, Alpha Chi, Theta jefferson Crossland. Howe, History, Junior. Phi Eta Sigma president, Sigma Phi, Press Club, SEA, USNT sum- Blue Key, ISO president, Philosophy Club, Alpha Chi, Young Demo- mer board. crats, Chancery Club, Blue Key outstanding sophomore. Benjamin Sheppard jr. Denton, Government, Junior. junior senator, Delta Sigma Pi, Pi Kappa Delta zfife-president, Alpha Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, Blue Key. Susan Kennedy. Grand Prairie, English, Senior. Sigma Tau Delta, Sigma Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, eledions board, Avesta associate editor, Delta Gamma first vice- president, Alpha Lambda Delta treasurer, junior Mary Arden, SNEA, Meritunz treasurer. Q fx n f X 1 S f, ,,,, ,vl g , AX aw xt I i 4 LEFT: Bill Perkins. Dallas, journalism, Junior. Sigma Delta Chi, Press Club, Blue Key, Campus Chat, Avesta. BOTTOM: Robert Martin. Denton, PhysicsE Senior. Sigma Phi Epsilon, American Insti- tute of Physics, Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Alpha Chi, Blue Key vice-president. .Q 4 J .,, ...is A . ,,. , .I l .,.x l . A 4 . C , Q I W .i , , ,V et, tw . X- 'L+ 'fi em, 1' Q Yi K x Wx! X ' X S ,1 e N' X, X . CPA., fr WgQ'QZSxg ,, f ,T S, ,QQ , "'r-- 1 nv!" , , . ,f- ,www W X I V Pef:Sw?Tf1:'t. view? L , W, 'QT' Q , ' , 1 X Konnie Boeger. Pasadena, English, Junior. Delta Gamma, Parzlzellerzic Council, Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Chi, Mary Arden, TCOC-1963, junior Class vice-president, Alpha Lambda Delta president. Donald Francisco. Houston, Biology, Senior. Beta Beta Beta, Phi Eta Sigma, ISO, Philosophy Club lab tutor, Outstanding Freshman Biology Major. 'al HGH! Larry Phillips. Rockdale, Journalism, Senior, Campus Chat editor, Sigma Delta Chi secretary, Press Club, Student Publi- cations Committee. 102 john Pettit. Alice, Marketing, Graduate. Lettermanis Club, Geezles, Marketing Club, Talons, Blue Key, Beta Gamma Sigma, Track captain, graduate asst. 1 I A - K -JV' I' ' mil- ' 2 '-rg 1 e Y we S 4 , M 1 fy pf' 4 1 ww We N2 fe, X, Q 31 55? is ff gi Zz t f +1 S W ff we...,N AW lfxl 3 W' W 7 gyiamwsan Paul Lewis. Celina, Mathematics, junior. ISO, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Chi, Kappa Mu Epsilon president, Outstanding Sophomore Man. GV""'r QS' W WASH' X X 1 . 5 , ti b 5 ,L . f f'-u ffg ' 3 . . We '55 ee! X fi, K . i f, " Q lesjra awe MN.: ," -1 Wy ,gffga ll i 94.1-, . ,se- :4 5 f 1' 4" Ava is , My tw, I. , 3,5 , mia it :gtk grin ssiziliflmfs iff, -'ffilibt 7 f , il,f,:l"la'rft , ' Sue Merriman. Dallas, Music Education, Sen- ior. Creen jackets, MENC, A Cappella Choir, Alpha Delta Pi president, Women's Forum vice president, freshman senator, TCOC-1962, Na- tional Musie Chairman for Alpha Delta Pi. Ne. Lili' is 6 8 Jim Hightower. Denison, Gov- ernment, Junior. Sophomore Class presidenr, freshman sena- tor, USNT vice-president, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tall Chaneery Club Uisrbpresiflent, Blue Key. Frances Aman. Fort Worth, English, Junior. Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Chi, lldary Arden, Crumley Hall president, SEA, W0men's Forum, Alpha Lambda Delta, sophomore honor guard. Robert Marshall. Abilene, Busi- ness Administlxition, Senior. Talons zfiee-president, Irzsurarzfe Club presirlent, Beta Gamma Sigma. 5 3 f ss I t ff' .eta ' 'S' - ' at Q ' ' f N ge ' -V an ,r K, ' 1. bg? , . t Y: we A .s w"m,fN J s fm 1 1 X A 4., if . -Q l gf, 1 t Q f 261 rr Y .er if 5 ',,x W' f V! . o A P' av' -4, 1,1 it 1 ,, , z 3 Q, lf ' 1 , 5 2 , , 7V 9 , . X4 , 5 ,,, , , t ,, , 3' N, 3 n 4 ' V tt' ' . rf 1 IN- ' . wilaffiw ' , D -in Joan Thompson. Dallas, journalism, Junior. Angel Flight, Mary Arden, Theta Sigma Phi, Delta Gamma reporter, USNT summer planning board, Press Club, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Chi, Merz'turrz, Sophomore Honor Guard. 'W ,K Donna Butts. Garluncl, Speech and Drama, junior. Pi Kappa Delta president, Debate and Forensics Club his- torian, Women's Forum president, Delta Gamma, sopho- more senator, 3 year Debate letterman. 104 Merrily Rush. Coleman, Elementary Education, Senior. Green jacket treasurer and pledge captain, SEA parlia- mentarian and vice-president, Kappa Delta Pi secretary, ACE, junior Mary Arden secretary, Margr Arden, Alpha Lambda Delta, ISO. james Killingsworth. Denton, Government, Senior. Alpha Chi president, Blue Key, Talons, USNT presi- dent, ISO vice-president, Pi Sigma Alpha, Phi Alpha Theta, Young Democrats, Pi Kappa Delta, Debate Club, Phi Eta Sigma, Outstanding Freshman Man, Outstand- ing junior Man. .Y T" tum historian. ., Umm? , , , , t,,,.,,, , - , V, K N S I iv.. Q ,, -V ea "'lmmw,,,'mtNsvfqp4 Carol Edwards. Fort Worth, English, Junior. Delta Gamma treasurer, junior senator, junior Mary Arden secretary, Al- pha Lambda Delta, Sigma Tau Delta, sen- ate clerk, TCOC-1963, Sophomore Honor Guard. Arden. aff" 5 Z Gaylan DuB0se. Devine, English, Senior. Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Chi, SEA, Blue Key, Sigma Tau Delta treasurer, Avesta editor. Michele Turner. Saeramento, Calif., Elementary Educa- tion, Senior. SEA historian, junior Mary Arden, Mary Arden, Alpha Lambda Delta, senate clerk, ACE, Delta Gamma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Fine Arts Committee, Meri- les, Marion Morris. Dallas, History, Senior. Chancery Club president, Plzi Alpha Theta vice-president, Alpha Chi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alary e wx.,.,e hs , . N s ..., N , e I if 'V tai is W S if -:,, g A . if Daniel White. Denton, Government, junior. Chancery Club, Phi Eta Sigma, Debate Club, Delta Sigma Pi historian, sophomore senator, junior senator, senate president pro tem, Alpha Chi, Blue Key, ISO. 105 , .til ei lldiislg t-it .ntl , q H - My .xgj ' any f if Wig! ww 2- wi A we W' yi ' fs t 'lg-w,,'li'.rff'f 4 ' Ellan Sxnith. Dallas, Music Education, Junior. Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pz, Alpha Lambda Delta, .Mary Arden, SEA, ACE, Mu Phi Epsilon, MENC secretary, Outstanding Freshman Woman Music Major, Sophomore Honor Guard . Vg, fir, ai :gi Q2 g Howard Miller. Graharn, Music, Senior. Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Chi, Phi M14 Alpha Sinfonia, MENC, NTSU Band, Chapel Choir, Student Religious Council presi- dent. Ruth Humble. Fort VVortl1, English, Senior. Alpha Lambda Delta, junior Mary Arden, Student Religiaux Council vice-president, Alpha Chi, Sigma Tau Delta reporter, Meritum recording secre- tary, Sophomore Honor Guard. 106 af 'Y Betty Grace Shuford. Denton, English, Senior. Kappa Delta, Pi Delta Phi,'Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Chi, Mod- ern Dance Club, TCOC-1963. rpswo mf Dixie Lee Norquest. Edinburg, Music Education, Senior. Sigma Alpha Iota, Mary Arden, University Symphony, Chapel Choir, Madrigal Singers, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Kappa Lambda, Pi Kappa Lambda Outstanding junior Girl Award. 4 EX, 1 7 i y "" ., . " Q ,,,,, f ,. l if H i" it ' 1 iv -me W M AW I 4 4 X ,iff .i ? Dick Beene. Canadian, Journalism, Senior. Yucca assistant editor, Blue Key, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Chi, Chat editorials board, Fine Arts Committee, Sigma Delta Chi historian. Margaret Mitchell. Houston, Music, Senior. Alpha Lambda Delta, Apha Chi, Pi Kappa Lambda, Mu Phi Epsilon president, flleritum president, Canterbury Asso- ciation president, Student Fine Arts Committee chair- man, TCOC-1963. X E . S l. ,Q wx me Mwwmg visi , Q, 1 of ,Jag 4 f,- U X WZ! gf if l , ,h ' 4 5 I' 4 ,E FI kuwvx fx .. 5 Jeri Goss. Ranloul, Ill., Speech and Drama, Junior. De- bate Club ziice-president, Delta Gamma, W'omen's Forum secretary, sophomore senator, Outstanding Sophomore lfVonzan, TCOC-1963, Alpha Lambda Delta, junior Mary Arden, Alpha Chi, Pi Kappa Delta, 75W win-loss 5 ,M 1 own' M ,V fe lr l, lx f Darwin Bowman. Fairport Harbor, Qhio, Ele- mentary Education, Senior. SEA,ACE, Talons, Gamma Theta Upsilon, Roger M. Rainey Club, Arnold Air Society, record in debate. s Ax N X , ,f ,, ,ii , M SY Q9 ,Q C' ff W W U ig f , , X s W xx is it f Nb if 2 X! ,. ., ff .552 ,V t we .. .-fb, , ::. Ai,. ,V 9,1 rv, W. mga: .. ye' sv , ., we ' , "'5 iii I 5 Carol Reglin. Waxaliacliie, Music, Senior. Mu Phi Ep- silon, MENC, University Symphony, Concert Band, Out- standing Freshman for Mu Phi Epsilon, TCOC-1963, Outstanding Senior l'1"oman for Pi Kappa Lambda Meriturrz, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Chi, Pi Kappa Lambda. 107 gg BEAUTY IS THE oNLY THING TH QQ. FALL AWAY LIKE SAND, ANEE THE WITHERED LEAVES oF AUTUMNU ALL SEASONS AND A POSSESSION Fc: I I I IT TIME CANNOT HARM. PHILOSOPHIES IZREEDS FOLLOW ONE ANOTHER LIKE UT WHAT IS BEAUTIFUL IS A JOY FOR ALL ETERNITY. YUCCA BEAUTIES EDITED BY CAROLYN PORTER -11 OSCAR WILDE 'r if . il be il at 1 'S' I hanges Appear Again As Yucca Beauties ow u m The Yucca beauty nominees arrived at the Social Fun- 1 X A K ff, 5 157 Q , , ,J JWQF fs l Qi , X i xg Qwest Wye my Q 2 ..,. r it be 'lice ' - 1 1 X at eeee ..a i - and refreshments. Next came the actual judging, As the names were called the girls walked to the judges' table, smiled and 29 .Y ,WW ,sy 'Rx KW f-.ii Q1 ,, was served. The judges then moved to the lobby, the girls lined the stairway and came down individually for an interview 110 s 1 1. damentals Room to take part in an almost ret axing contest. First on 706 2 1: returned to their seats. Twenty-six finalists were chosen. The finals and the last judging round of the 1964 Yucca Beauty Contest. the program was a reception with the student judges N0 "5""1i JMW? 5 t W three days later was more formal. A pie-and-coffee supper Changes appeared in the Yucca Beauty Contest this year-again. Since 1942, when a Queen of the Yucca was selected, the yearbook-honored beauties have varied in number, the selection method and qualifications. Ten North Texas coeds were named Yucca Beauties this year, twelve winners had been standard since 1952. And to remove much of the tension from the contest- ants, the beauties were selected in a series of two pri- vate, rather than public, contests. Nominees were for the first time required to be sophomores or higher and have posted a 1.5 grade average the previous semester. Campus organizations nominated 67 girls for the title. judged on general appearance, the field was narrowed to 26 finalists who were interviewed by professional judges. Four seniors, three juniors and three sopho- mores won. Although contest regulations were altered, the honor and tradition remained the same. EF ave 'cfjf Gqfginiolz cqngsf qjfiggf 112 ,. Jkt fafff i rg, gfu' x-- xxx,-4, 3 uma. -X. 'N ii ' 'Q -1, E Q Y f i wi f, ,V . H V . if fa?-f ff rr 1" lf 7' ,Q X ff is 2 0 X xx ""'MpN f ' X W 1 s s 4 i LQ , if " x X Q., Q Www! pf-M xx 5 , I 5 , f uf,- 6701511 uniofc wry 5416150 HSL? . 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LlFE's BUT A WALKING 1 AND ERETS 1-ns HOUR UPDN THE STAGE TALE f TOLD BY AN IDIOT, FULL OF SOI ONSTAG E EDITED BY N SUZANNE SELK CRAGG HINES LMDRRDW, X CREERS IN THIS PETTY 'LLABLE OF RECORDED TIME: ! AND ALL af THE WAY TO DUSTY DEATH. QUT, CUT, EADOW, A POOR PLAYER ! THAT STRUTS AND THEN IS HEARD NO MDRE: ITIS A 1D AND FURY, f SIGNIFYING NDTHINGT l-- WM. SHAKESPEARE . . . with music, drama and 0 Da n n humor, a promise of a stim- ulating succession of events tugged at the curtain for I the theatrical season. Prep- arations by the University Players, Supper Theater, School of Music turned dates on the calendar into dramatic actuality. Long hours of rehearsal, tedious planning and detailed scheduling preceded all presentations. Periodically, crises occurred. But as evidenced by the Caizdida stage crew, who determinedly made last-minute repairs to the sa- tire's sets which had been damaged in an unexpected downpour, the curtain always opened. Across the boards, the year sparkled with well-known plays and entertainers: the Nlary, Alary touring com- pany, Dave Bruebeck, University Players, presentation of Othello and Peter Nero. Also the Fine Arts Commit- tee originated the University Lecture Series, which fea- tured outstanding speakers from various fields of interest to North Texas students. And the A Cappella Choir, willing even to undergo 7 a.m. calisthenics during the fall semester for a spring tour of Europe, traded theory books for sight-seeing maps and left the country in january for a cultural ex- change program sponsored by the State Department. So the year progressed with each presentation and event special in its own way. Possibly the most significant contribution to onstage performances was the pooling of school-wide talent by the USNT and University Players for Dickens' holiday favorite, A Clzristmas Carol. Set to music, the delightful drama wreathed the stage in an aura of yule spirit. Onstage, the actors, musicians and singers lost them- selves in the intensity of expression, backstage crews sup- ported the performance. On the dark side of the footlights, a collegiate audi- ence applauded, yawned, or politely listened. Fine Arts Committee and 124 jf SQ ,- A, .if figs-'fs S P ,sw. s L Ss? . 1 5 sw Z .N F "S500??" -Bob asks Mary how she could spend so much Bernstein. The only L. Bernstein I know is Leonard Bernstein money and not remember where. "There's a check made to L. I donit even know Leonard Bernstein," Mary mutters. Q Hilarious Kerr Play Presented as Merr Arts Series 0pener Opening the Fine Arts Series with a bang, the Roger L. Stevens production of Mary, Mary was presented Oct. 22. Playing to a full house, the actors merrily romped through the Jean Kerr comedy as the audience sweated out the laughs. Mrs. Kerr's humor is more sophisticated than slapstick and the evening's cast well fulfilled the script's requirements. Especially excellent in the role of Oscar Nelson, tax attorney, was veteran actor Clin- ton Sundberg. Nightclub singer Mindy Car- son was an excellent choice for scatterbrain Mary. When interviewed, Miss Carson noted that the heat and need to project to such a large audience was a strain, but that it was worth it when the cast was so well received. The Chat reviewer stated that the actors just didn't stand on stage and recite jokes, but portrayed their amusing parts realistically. The company had completed four success- ful weeks in Los Angeles before bringing the Broadway hit to North Texas. 5 .tif Q . fx. - ' gf A rf " W vm, : S Sw Cr ' 'f Q .awww -e V 1 fr l I 5 "I " 3' ii """"""' A , ,Ng - sa., mfwvq 3 jew , , ff ' ,, 1 ' ., . 'K 2 2 as , A ' -Mum .ar A S. , if S5 TOP: Obviously hanging around for two acts, the hat and coat belong to the owner of the stockinged feet - Mary's ex-husband. LEFT: Mary's male trio discuss money, mar- riage and Mary in the delight- ful Kerr comedy. The charact- ers are seen in the National Per- forming Arts, Inc., production as they relax after a tiring ver- bal bout with Mary. A darkened orchestra pit frames the action of G0ldovsky's attempts to hide a political prisoner who has escaped from production of Puccini's Toxfa. Set in Rome, Mario trightj confinement and is being sought by Scarpia. f if f r I 5 if - WY? I E .... .. ,1 9,1 g 4 ,X awww.. M Q r-ig. ,. "' w-....A,,, - .ff r .swag Nm.. H' Preparing his young charges for worship, the Sacristan in- structs the choir boys to make ready for the service. Former NT Student At Helm of Show After its success two years ago with The Barber of Svziillc, the Boris Goldovsky Grand Opera Company was rescheduled by the Fine Arts Committee for a Nov. 5 presenta- tion of Giacomo Puccinils Tosca. Tosrcfs failure to measure up to the pre- vious production was a disappointment. Former NT student Edward Alley, serving as tour director, conducted the opera. Although the production was viewed with varied emotions by the audience, the con- sensus indicated that it was a weak pro- duction. Like the tour's producer, Boris Goldovsky, composer Puccini was a pioneer at a crucial point in opera history. One of the chief exponents of producing operas in English, Goldovsky uses both literal and free transla- tions to arrive at a more workable libretto. Goldovskyls technique of planning action to the minutest detail is also an innovation to the opera world. TOP: Scarpia produces a fan which he says was left in the church by Mario's secret ad- mirer. By changing T0sca's love to mistrust, the police chief feels that he can seduce the noted singer. LEFT: Later, the Baron sings of his plot and growing anger at Toscals resist- ance and Mario's elusiveness. inger,DaIIa Orchestra Honor Wagner's I5Oth Attempting an artistic nuance, Conductor johanos tries to enhance the viability and zest of the "Overture and Bachanalw from Tannhaeuser. u1 M 753 Playing with its full complement of members, the orchestra performs the majestic 'gS1egfried's Funeral Music" from Wagner's Goetterdaemnzerung. 130 In honor of the 150th anniversary of Richard Wagner's birthday, the Fine Arts Committee presented the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and soprano Eileen Farrell in an all-Wagner program. The program, which included selections from two of his operas and three of five songs from a Cycle, was conducted by music director Donald Johanos. The matinee audience almost filled the Main Auditorium to hear the stirring music of the native German. Miss Farrell, who debuted only three years ago at the Metropolit-an Opera has also branched into the jazz and popular music field, The selections she presented were both lyrical and Hery, Beginning her section with the lilting and expressive 6'Wesendonck Songsf' she re- turned after intermission and sang the final aria from the last of the "Ring,' operas. ,lisp sl-wma Miss Farrell sings the "Imn:olation," as the tragedy ends with the 'tlledemption by Love" theme. 1 gf ff' Q wx, ff W w . y, ,Q y Ki 9 9 A -W5 i lg 0. s s,-' . YQ mf? At 1 Nix 2-:-. . V Sis: ,J 7' if 5 5 - ,x "'. It lvl ' I fid 131 Expert on Universe Featured in Series Earth is only one planet revolving around millions of planets in one galaxy amid mil- lions of galaxies, said Dr. Harlow Shapley, the first of six speakers in the University Lecture Series begun by the Fine Arts Com- mittee this year. The fomier director of the Harvard Col- lege Observatory posed a question concern- ing possible life on other planets. Since water is necessary for life, he said, any planet too close or too far from the sun cannot sustain life without water in liquid form. Dr. Shapley expressed doubt of a success- ful trip to the moon. He felt money spent on space exploration could be used more con- structively on earth for the sake of humanity. Gestures periodically lighten Dr. Shapley's talk. He delights the audience as he laughs with them, thoughtfully pokes his eye, gleefully scratches his head and factually holds attention. TOP: Caught in the action of the play, Common Man finds himself with the More family group, and LEFT: conspiring with the Spanish ambassador. RIGHT: Cardinal Wolsey and More discuss England's future and King Henry VIII, their friend and monarch. 132 Shaken udience Views 'All Seasons' The stage props stood as innocent bystanders- immobile, silent, ignored, Onstage the actors from National Performing Arts, Inc., identified themselves as characters in Robert Bolt's play A Man for All Seasons. But the action was brought to the audience through the narration of the Common Man. By portraying sev- eral roles, the Common Man depicted the weaknesses of ordinary people in their pursuit of personal gain, A single spot penetrated the dark stage revealing the executioner's silhouette - and his lethal weapon. Although the audience anticipated the death of Thomas More, a shock was felt when the hack of the executioner's ax ended the hero's life. An uncommon man is Bolt's narrator who guides the audience's attention throughout the evening in the drama. 133 1 xxx A225 A Two North Texas resident artists, both women, have distin- guished themselves this year for both the campus and the inter- national audience. Margaret Kalil, resident soprano, and Carroll Glenn, new resident violinist, made concert appearances in New York and Poland, respectively. Debuting at Town Hall, home of Concert Artists Guild, Miss Kalil was called a HCOIIICTM by t-he New York Harald Tribunw, and the New York Tinzfnv noted that L'Miss Kalil's voice is remark- able for its instrumental purity and for concentrated vibrancy that on certain high notes is exciting." She gave a concert preview of her New York performance here on Oct. 29 KSN' Bottom Picturcj. Miss Glenn, sponsored by the State Department, toured Poland and appeared with the Warsaw Philharmonic, Lodz Philharmonic and the Pozman Philharmonic. The remainder of the tour was spent in television, radio and recording sessions. In the summer of 1963 Miss Glenn recorded the Violin C,'o1m'rfo by American Andrew Imbrio in the Vienna Konzerthaus with Zolton Rodznai conducting the Vienna Symphony f.S'w Lift Pictunfj. Miss Glenn's first fall solo appearance on the NT campus was with the University Symphony during the Composers Workshop. Faculty Artists Distingui h NT In NYC' Poland X v"""' 25:5 5 TOP: Time means nothing to the musician who spends hours prac- ticing for the big moment. BOTTOM: The moment arrives. 136 if' --3 gg! as Progression eliminates tradition in the original selections as presented by the Lanny Steele Trio. S W- 1' si F GJ -:A . A 1-of sims.. tw . 6 Af v N , , ,sq 9 i in ya xwmvmawa --,-.Q , i ,.. r Rvl,-WWW-'mm .,.,,,,,...f---w- """""""'-......,,,x ...LA AMA, ....--.-34-....s,,, The all-American spirit of growth and freedom expressed itself in the form of jazz Dec, 3 when the lab bands presented their annual fall concert, Amid the enthusiastic surge of rhythm rose a mournful tribute, "The Inhuman Slaying of John F. Kennedyf, composed by Toby Guynn especially for this concert. The Lanny Steele Trio presented the somber eulogy in four movements: Parade and assas- sination, requiem, protest and dirge. Guest soloist Don Gililland, a North Texas grad- uate and twice winner of the best guitarist award at the Notre Dame Collegiate Jazz Festival, exhibited his original "Three for Two' in addition to accom- panying Steele's trio. In keeping with the tradition of individualism, the 1 O'clock Lab Band, directed by Leon Breeden, played its versions of several popular pieces, 'cOur Love Is Here to Stay," "Take Five" and "Easy Livin'." Rhythm on four hooves could be interpreted from the 3 O'clock Lab Band's presentation on "Blue,s in Hoss's Flat" directed by Joe Davis. Originality in composition and arrangement was shown in the three pieces played by the Bill Farmer Quintet: "Look for Me in There Too," "For Carl Perkins" and "Free F light." Jazz Band in Sessions Progression Unlimited 137 Opera Workshop Presents Verdl's Tragic 'RigoIetto' As court jester, Rigoletto amuses the court and tempts the Duke with new conquests of amorous adventure. In her tavern, Maddalena en- ters the plot as a passing fancy of the Duke and takes the place of Gilda who dies so the Duke may live. The setting, darkly mysterious, lends an air of in- trigue to the final act of one of Vcrdils favorite works. 138 As a laboratory, Opera Workshop offers a study of production methods and by means of the final performance is able to simulate "professional house" conditions. Such was Rigolvtfo as presented Dec. ll and 13. Leonard Eureka, Denton Record- Clzmrziclu reviewer, acclaimed the Friday night production as . . perhaps one of the finest presentations of the Opera Work- shop." RIGOLETTO Duke of Mantua a , Donald Edwards lvy Price Rigoletto Macon Delavan Robert Herman Sparafucile . Don Elam Count Monterone Glenn McCune Marullo Glen Woddell Borsa . . David Carter David Clark Count Ceprano . . Thomas Brumley Gilda . .. Kathleen Gardner Jerry Ann Vann Giovanna Joanne Armstrong Dawn Roberts Maddalena c . , Gloria Forehand Countess Ceprano Barbara Hocher Suzanne McDonald A Page Pamela Cooper The production director was Eugene Con- ley, resident tenor and head of the opera workshop. Assisting Conley were two music faculty members: Miss Margaret Grubb, musical preparation, and Dr. Edward A. Baird, chorus master. The scenery and costumes were handled by Joseph Tessmer of Universal Productions, Inc. Accompanist for chorus rehearsals was Ellan Smith. Accompanist was Dick Whitten. ,wa . ff we , 1 -.1 ,4 we 1-sl fims ' :fin 9,-.. WEA , Q, -? zu, . ii . Nt w2,4,. ,ww L A . .sn ,, ,.. ,145 121' 'Ku' TOP: As the curse is fullfilled, Rigoletto leans over the body of his frail daughter Gilda. Having sung that they will meet in heaven above, the heroine dies. LEFT: During in- termission, Director Conley and Friday night lead Macon Dela- van discuss the "house" and technical points in the upcom- ing act, Conley sang his first solo role opposite Rigoletto as Duke of Mantua with an opera group of the Brooklyn Acad- emy of Music. 139 'fi R hfief c 5? evf r. .' A -at A sw - f ,Q A ' ' g lam - it Q -or ww ,,,,, -.-se,,.'.,g.- -N X- X- . -. -.,.,-an ,,,.' ..,4:.:N N,:,j5:::iA - ' '- '-" c, ,. , , s ,y a . , tdfrfgfs Gaily bouncing fortissimos and quietly sustaining the more subtle passages, Harris molds the 76-member University Symphony into a Drawn by both violinist Carroll Glenn and conductor Roy Harris, a receptive audience in the Music Recital Hall applauded the Uni- versity Symphonyis first concert of the year during the Composers, Workshop in Novem- ber. As though they had not accomplished enough during the first half by performing Harris' Fifth Symphony inspired by the com- poser-conductor's genius, the group returned after intermission and with resident violinist Glenn played Strauss' Violin Concerto in D M inor. Harris, who offered critiques on student compositions during the week, also conducted the Chapel Choir. The choir performed a vocal work of Harris, in conjunction with a piano recital by his wife, Johana. Time has called Harris E'America's leading symphonist whose music is like the American continent rising up and saying hello." At the Texas Music Educators Association Convention in February, the Flute Ensemble of the orchestra was presented in concert. Also at the Houston convention, Miss Glenn played accompanied by piano faculty mem- ber Jack Roberts. 'TTT a' single unit. The contemporary shell of the Music Recital Hall lends its modernity to the vibrant dissonance of the conductor's work. if "Q Intermission: Empty chairs, silent instruments and vacant podium. A hushed audience awaits the Concert Band's appearance. Visitor Harris Leads His 'Fifth' I4 Sonorous cellos drone as Harris helps the orchestra polish its performance. The conductor asks for an artistic embellishment during the casual rehearsal. 0 The brass horns reached a sudden climax. Cymbals crashed. The audience strained to retain its emotion as the Concert Band pre- sented "An Irish Tune From Country Derbyi' as a tribute to the late President John F. Kennedy. Punctuating the mournful silence following the number was the meager applause of a few naive children. Guest soloist Jack Rumbley, a part-time instructor at North Texas, stirred the list- eners with an active number by Adolph Schreiner, "The Worried Drummer," involv- ing the use of eight percussion instruments. f X -2 ft. .fm Band Season Begins With Concert Success Ag TOP: Director Maurice Mc- Adow leads the 85-member band in its first public concert t of the season. LEFT: The per- l formance prompts applause re- quiring four encores. 141 0neandTwoanclThreeandFourandOfftoEurope Muscles and lungs got into the act' as the A Cappella Choir spent the fall semester preparing for a concert tour, sponsored by the U. S. State Department, through nine European countries. Rehearsing numerous extra hours each week, the choral group also turned to physical exercise. A volun- teer calisthenics class, designed to build up resistance to illness during the tour, was offered three days a week at 7 a.m. A cold gym Hoor fTop Leftj and sore muscles I Bottom Leftj didn't dampen the enthusiasm of the singers as they planned the prospective trip. Wedged between practicing two extra hours per week as a group and four in sections, the 40 students at- tended to such incidental trip preparations as applying for passports with the Denton County District Clerk fBottom Riglztj. Not only practicing fTop Riglztj but performing, too, the choir taped a 30-minute television program and previewed its tour repertoire at a concert Jan. 6 in the Main Auditorium. Approximately 1,500 home fans gave an enthusiastic standing ovation as a sendoff for the choir. The pro- gram had three elements: sacred, traditional, American. , 7 W! WA: fyf 1:2457 . 'wr f ,f 'A x, f .. ,V 4: -iss ' 4 f Wy' .,: xx 6 WI,,, ,V X S M 1 9 , fm? S W gfril y ff A f WN AQ En Q w f , ,i ,f , ,fff. SwrJPy M f ffw ' , ' Yfsfsb same - 'Y X ' .... ' f "LGE: 6 ' 3 f f X. N f NCSEF' -Q? 3, ,Q ,W gf Wgjl y. ,gif W 4s ' 5 . mar-::I:':::ss-g '. ci '1'Q21's2w'."' f vi A ,,A, A f , W7 , Q x 143 X N. W Q vw-db A X ff' ' i , ff ff QQ K I x I Y 2 I A A I 1 I , , OO Raving Critics Roar In Ranting Reviews The A Cappella Choir left for its three-month tour of Europe from Dallas Love Field on a dreary Jan. 30. The weather was, however, no indication of the success of the tour. The critics raved, the crowds were enthusiastic and as ambassadors the choir well repre- sented its university, Texas and the United States. Billed officially as part of the International Cultural Exchange Program, the choir toured Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Iceland, Luxembourg, Bel- gium and Switzerland, From three prepared programs, it presented works by Roy Harris, Bach, Dello Joio, Poulenc, Copland, Richard Rodgers and Beethoven. . . . Yesterday's concert showed us the NTSU choir as an instrument of quality and an intensity far above normal with student or university groups of this kind . . . Diario de Noticas fLisbonl Feb. 4, 1954 A complete success for the choir, the director, the soloists and the instrumentalists, all of them greeted with enthu- siastic applause. Diario de Noticas fLisbonl Feb. 4, 1954 . . The musicality of all the members is unquestionable. O Primario de Janerio lOportol Feb. 7, 1964 . . . We do not hesitate to declare that this is one of the most important and remarkable choirs we have ever had among us, and it is equal to the best German choral groups that have visited us . . . O Comercio Do Porto fOportol Feb. 7, 1964 The splendid choir from North Texas university showed, together with a splendid technique and an excellent quality of their voices, a remarkable ability to interpret with equal perfection a baroque Bach and a romantic Bruckner, as well as a classic Victoria and a neoclassic V. Williams . . . Diario da Manha CLisbonj Feb. 6, 1964 The voices are well trained and give the impression of ex- treme ease. With such a choir there are no dijicult' works, everything is possible . . . Journal de Noticas fOportol Feb. 9, 1964 The numbers ranged from a "Magnificat', and Mass to "Navajo War Dance," "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair" and "St, Louis Blues." Perhaps the most laudatory statement concerning the entire tour was made by a diplomatic official in Por- tugal who called the choir the 'gmost noteworthyv olfer- ing of the exchange program which his town had seen. Q tri' rfwr. L 54' ,QW Wm ik ILXJ--w,,,,,, Nb 4 ye ut hi- get-.ii mis. get N52 ,,,,..-'J' Unique Evening Cffered By Collegiate Thespians During the day the UB Coffee Shop is filled with light pouring in the windows and students chattering. By night it is dark. Four times during the past year, the Coffee Shop has had its share of lights and action, when Supper Theater sets up shop. A unique institution, Supper Theater is one of the more cultural and collegiate offerings on campus. Begun in the late 1940's, the group first appeared off-campus in a downtown cafe. In 1952 the Theater moved to North Texas as part of the speech and drama depart- ment and was the first college supper theater group in the Southwest. The group offers the players a chance to perform for a different type of audience. In most other drama or theater groups with which they work, the audience is mainly students. Supper Theater, however, plays to a more mature group of patrons. The productions attract people from off campus as well as faculty and students. The arena drama also puts the actors in closer touch with the audience. Gilbert and Sullivan's satirical Trial by fury and Samuel Beckett's searching Endgame were presented. The theater also offered the work of a young student playwright. Sophomore English major Ransom Jeffrey's play, Tenfold Laughs and a Few Tears, was selected from entries in the original one-act play contest. The fourth selection was Tennessee Williams' Twenty- Seven Wagons Full of Cotton. Dr. E. Robert Black is Supper Theater faculty spon- sor. Managing director is Tom Donald. N A J. 'Mag 2 f ,, 4. M , J 'xgfif 2, Camilla Carr and Mike Smith are not hamming it up, but rehearsing for their roles in Endgame. Note the habitat. 146 W XW we . N. . -... . Q X gf. 's f Nw 5 .P L a A Mwnw an xx 0 Q f I 5 Q, ff, A wx w 1,41 xt ff ,127 QM Q LEFT: Rita Thomas rehearses for a moving Supper Theater production drama while other Theater participants KRIGHTQ check the growing list of guests for the next performance. BOT- TOM.' Sharon Brady and Tom Donald appear in a play by an amateur which was winner of the one-act play contest spon- sored by Supper Theater. ,f ,sf-if . ,mw"Hx 147 SRO Crowds View Gilbert-Sullivan Satire Enthusiastic response to the Supper The- ter's production of Gilbert and Sullivan's Trzh! by jury forced its holdover for two extra performances. The boom for tickets forced unprecedented Saturday productions in the Studio Theater. The operetta, which played to a standing room only audience, is a spoof on the British court system of the 19th Century. The case in question is a breach of promise suit. TRIAL BY JURY Judge . Bob Foard Plaintiff . Angela Mitchell Defendant i Don Edwards Counsel ,. Bob B. King Usher . Steve Larner Foreman of Jury John Peninger Bridesmaids Pam DeGroot, Jamie Dyess, Suzy McCue, LaNell Heizer Jury .Ian Short, Dick Downs, Bill Breaux, Michael G. Smith, Daniel A. Currie The plot revolves around the defendant, a bachelor, who claims that the breach of promise was inisconstrued and was merely his last plea for pursuit. The breath-taking accuser insists that she has been jilted. The judge, a pompous old magistrate with an eye for the ladies, and an all-male jury see that justice is done, somehow. 'WIS xv-1 WWW Our defendant is a sly fellow according to his counselor who is attempting to save his client from having to marry the lovely accuser. Our swooning plaintiff is overcome during proceedings where she is suing for breach of promise. Her bewigged counselor comes to her aid. LEFT: The jury which is try- ing the case is in merry disar- ray as they judge the fate of our villain. The Victorian spoof on the judiciary is full of satire and irony. BOTTOM: "Dearly Beloved," we are gathered here to watch this man and this woman fight it out. For you see he really doesn't want to marry her. Can you imagine? 'HX Q ,MF XV XC QQ' X if ei 'L . W"L'fNTE 'iss ' A X s 1 2 1 Q -1' --"p f . , ..,. M, 'QU' f' F 7 6 f Endgame Cpens Season Theater of the absurd combined with the clanging of pots and pans provided the im- petus for Supper Theater's presentation of Samuel Beckett's Endgamv, Oct. 10-ll. The disturbing and tense play in the mod- ern theater form stresses the inability of man to communicate and the absurdity of seeking a higher being in a world as it is. The production was accompanied by ENDGAME Hamm , s.., ,.,, , . Tom Nichols Clov . john Moody Nagg .,..,, , Mike Smith Nell .. , , Camilla Carr music composed by graduate student Gerald Warfield. Warfield's music employs pots, pans, an oboe, piano and trombone. Three tape tracks were intermixed for the music to blend. The volume was then either raised, lowered or the tapes were played backwards for varying effects. Mrs. Rita Black who is business manager of Supper Theater directed the production. Clov peers out the window as he checks the weather for his master, an invalid who is helpless. LEFT: Clov lets Hamm hear the clock as he cannot see it because he is symbolically blinded to the world through painted glasses. BOTTOM: Nagg and Nell, Clov's mother and father, make love in the trash cans. 150 To one of the most responsive audiences of the year a hearty Othello opened March ll for a three-night run. A University Players presentation, it marked the annual Shakespearean produc- tion and was in honor of the bard's 400th birthday anniversary. The show was presented in traditional form but was accompanied by incidental music of the modern school. Scoring was by Gerald Warfield. GTHELLO Othello A. V. . , i i 4 i Bob King Desdemona . Rita Thomas Cassio ,ll, ., Tom Donald Iago . John Peninger Roderigo I John Moody The small ensemble was under the direc- tion of jim Cuomo. As a student production, it was a show- case for the talent of the leads, with the supporting actors trying to communicate through the old drama. as ci E The over-alTectionate Amelia, wife of Iago, never misses a chance to make love to Cassio. Enthusiastic Audience Greets Players' Gift on Bard's 400th As the drama draws to a close and Iago's plot is beginning to be made clear to Othello, the Moor questions the derelict schemer. I 1 1 Dense Roderigo peers aimlessly into space fthe audiencel as hebecomes part of Iago's vicious plot. In the end Roderigo becomes a victim. 151 QM. 'Mc if 1 fi 5 i-3 K' Alas, here we have the poor Cratchits. But they happy, because they have the Christmas spirit. are poor only financially. In their hearts they are God bless them every one. Player, S T, Maclrigals Unite Uniting three areas of North Texas student life, USNT, Univer- sity Players and Madrigal Singers joined forces Dec. 17-19 to pre- sent Charles Dickens' A Clzristnzas Carol. "The production was a good idea," said Dr. Stanley K. Hamil- ton, University Players director. "It's good for the whole student body - they can get into the spirit of Christmas before they leave the campus for the holidays." CHRISTMAS CAROL Sr rooge Bob King, John Peninger Bula Llriitm hit Bob Foard The Spirit Cllliristiniis Pastj Kathleen Ormsby The Spirit Clllirisliiias Prcscntl Brad Bowles Mrs, Cratchit Jan Short tlhristmiis Future Dan Currie Chai critic Bill Perkins noted that "pooling the talents of sev- eral NT schools proved highly successfulf, He further remarked that "there were more hums than bugs in the production, as the Madrigal Singers performed as brilliantly as ever, brightening up the street scenes with their infectious carols." The effective lighting techniques combined with the well- designed and executed costumes added to the production which may have set a precedent. The enthusiasm shown by the students may result in a pageant becoming an annual event. 152 X zl' z God rest ye merry gentlemenfLet nothing you dismayfRemember Christ our Saviour was born on Christmas DayfTo save us all from Satan's powerfWhen we are . . . For Festive Holiday Show fir .42 WN is are -- "Yes, now you're getting it,', encourages Dr. Hamilton as Cratchit sweats over his ledgers in preparation for one of the leads in Dickens' cheery play. 153 As the program progresses so does the tempo and rhythm. As the Morello, drums, in 3145 Gene Wright, bass, in 4143 and Brubeck and Paul quartet begins to get the feel of the auditorium, they take off: Desmond, piano and sax, in either or neither. The quartet played. The curtain opened. The audience ap- plauded. The quartet played, For North Texas it was a night of praise. Dave Brubeck, with the realization that he was playing to a musically aware school, pre- sented a daring program: llf-I and IOX4 time signaturesg even into a counterpoint with 3X-I. The crowd was boisterous. Many had waited since 5:30 p.m. for the doors to open. The house was packed by 7:30 p.n1. There was no disappointment. They got Brubeck. Drummer Joe Morello put himself through the paces with an original composition, "Shimwah." As he left Dallas Love Field, Brubeck called Lab Band director Leon Breeden to say, "Commend your students for their courtesy and the way they received our music. That's one of the greatest audiences we ever played for." LEFT: Morello and Wright team up for an adventure in 'way-out' time. RIGHT: Des- mond blasts for a loud one. BOTTOM: Quartet leader Bru- beck plays for the entranced audience. Qdwzkw Jazz Quartet Goes Wild, Takes Tempo With Them BRUBECK ON FUTURE OF JAZZ: My brother has written a composition called "Dialogue for Combo and Symphony Orchestra." The form is most unusual - the orchestra score is written, but the combo part is improvisation .... We recorded the number with Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic and will play the "Dia- logue" with the Berlin Philharmonic on our European tour next year .... Other jazz-symphony fields are also open- ing .... The newest is the arrangement in which the symphony plays a standard reper- tory work and the jazz musicians, either solo or ensemble, improvise on the theme .... Foreign groups should follow their own national or ethnic groups' musical heritage, and come up with a new angle for jazz .... jazz is like any art form, If nothing new is added, it becomes stale and dull .... The quartet never rehearses for a show, only LPs .... Jazz festivals sometimes accomplish what they set out to, sometimes not .... The two outstanding festivals are those at Newport and Monterrey .... The jazz mass was a good idea-more will be heard of it .... . . . ON COLLEGE AUDIENCES: We donit change the show too much for a college audience .... We changed the show tonight because of the place we were playing .... That's the reason I was ner- vous .... The North Texas audience is aware of musical trends .... At some schools we have to spend the whole night educating the audience .... Some schools have more 'hip' faculties than student bodies .... We played for a Lutheran girls school once, and I thought we were in for a dead night. They loved it, It was a school for religious musicg they had studied counterpoint and fugues, but they had never heard them in jazz. They were amazed and made a tremendous audi- ence .... We played in New Orleans before here and stayed in 4f4 a little longer- you're a little scared to go too far out down there .... . . . ON ROCK AND ROLL: We are getting back what we send out, only it's worse when it comes back .... Backstage ith Brubeck 155 AW' f . . yu Liv ..i 4 353 ,I Q Nd Nw X W X , , W X W If gffx fx! 0' f fx if as wif -f ' Z 5 x -'46-QQ? X14 ', - ' .-If Lf. 5 ,. .,,,, .Z ww 'Q-:.m3fs:xsgq1-sf'x' fax . ' ' . :RMA QI-W...:v,:, I WHICH AS MEN CDF CCDURS AND PROFIT SO OUGHT T I I 1 SELVES BY WAY OF' AMEND FRANCIS BACON 1 1 . ORGANIZATIONS BTGR TO HIS PRCDFESSION: FROM THE DO SEEK T0 RECEIVE COUNTENANCE EY CF' DUTY T0 ENDEAVOUR THEM- T0 BE A HELP AND CJRNAMENT THERE- Tz Killing worth Era End X n ' T Y Sherrill Dickeson Secretary jim Hightower Vice-President The Killingsworth era has ended. james Killingsworth - often affectionately dubbed JK and, more rarely, KIRK - has left a decided mark on NTSU's student govern- ment, USNT. This energetic young man arrived on cam- pus as a freshman the year Denton's "teach- ers coHlege" achieved university status. At the student government level, he began a pur- poseful individual campaign to make the school a university in spirit as well as name. Coming up through the ranks, Killings- worth occupied the posts of freshman presi- dent, vice-president of ISO, vice-president of USNT and finally the climax to a three- year college career, president of USNT. Not satisfied with mere political fame, Killingsworth earned membership in Phi Eta Sigma, Talons, Blue Key and the presidency of Alpha Chi. As a result he was cited as Outstanding Freshman Man and Outstand- ing junior Man. Killingsworth has used his political acu- men and sound judgment to draw together the branches of student government-sem ate, class officers, executive committee and supreme court. The personable college man has led the NT government to such apparent successes as the formation of a Missouri Valley com- pact - an association to promote inter-cam- pus activities and scholastic advancement. Of the Killingsworth era we say: HREQUIESCAT IN PACET wif' wwf 5""""w 3 K 4 I i X ..,..,X . N 'Zvi we wuffwv' Y . K 'X 2f'f7""'v'Nwfi4NfW3'Wi' ' X U!N'N'W'W forge ' -f I " N 4 X ,,,,m Xv gv -'-- I V V V, x . W, , Y M, , -' , 'S' X' , "' ,1sg1,gsf, f' f ,,,, C KV X N fx ff ff x X , E, ' , - 49- X M Q -as .W-.1 Boyd Armstrong Budget Oficer New 'E 159 n Q 4, 'J 3 PRESIDENTS, COUNCIL: Sandy Engelberg, graduateg Mike McNutt, seniorg Bruce Delelaney, juniorg Curtis Loveless, sophomoreg Mike Murphey, freshman. SENIOR SENATORS: Rena Clark Marilyn Miller Catherine Blanchard Sue Ellis Cindy Spruiell Susan Harpool Don Edwards Mike McNutt JUNIOR SENATORS: Judy Philbrick Carol Edwards Cindy Beale Pat Nelson jerry Grady Dan White Ben Sheppard SOPHOMORE SENATORS: Sherry McElveen Nancy Israel Kay johns Sammie Caldwell Jebby Prindle Donna Scroggs Curtis Loveless l"1fliSHMAN SENA TORS: Patricia Hunt Marsha Haregman Cathy Stricklin Cary Don Whitlock Chuck Phenix Mike Murphy King Copeland ,ax Ai? 'fs t I ,:.,..,Q,t Q, :sf ' 36 in W" ., WWW X 135, .. 4 U-sux, 'W' 2? .451-u.m., X If .I fr V V. fue? Q Q1 'Q rg .QEVI Y , , ", 1 f I X 40 sf 1 X l , K bN x xg.. X4 'x 5 fm, W. ff 'W 4 3 X K 34 Jim Hightower, Nancy Israel, and Mike McNutt proudly display the new green identification badges worn by members and officers of the USNT. Five hundred spirited North Texans turned out for the USNT-sponsored rally and march promoting the road trip. TOP: USNT joins University Players in presenting a musical version of A Christmas Carol. BOTTOM: Elections is another USNT-sponsored activity. 161 X 4? wk fix 7 NX is Zia wif six QM! X, ff K swf! ME , E!R K 'lf W 'rX. h is N .4 f .V i f 1 X . . f Z X Z y fm it il l' 'QMEN A ' aff" ' O ,r N. f- fx Q, r Vi ,. , R , NR J R xt X X X 1' X' X s V Q 1 S X Q. J X . 55 AA 'SE X, XJ 'xx ,K - . X xg E t f N 2 "7 O . - ' f , X N, Q ',fW,v122, :I 0. 4, -. xl . if , . Nas f':,, is-,xflftX.j 1 ' ,T LW gc s if ox, P 9 ri . M, N . -Q M fs T, z f rr , ' , . iff? fi 1-' AWS Qi X ix: ' ': 5 I I' 3 1 XJ X ss, ' .L 2 , Z x t' ,ISV it SX ' 1" S s W X R ix 1 X SM l Q is X X f X x r 2 is fa 2 A . X 0 2 m 4+ f X E ff X HX 4 Q ff 3? X . it X W EF is S 1 X X X X X FY Q Vt: QQXWR X I 3 3 FIRST ROW: N. Filippone, D. Inman, M. Castleberry, D. Shivers, A. Gray, C. Cody, B. Neely, P. Haynie, L. Nevels, E. Bossman, L. Guinn, S. Dungan. SECOND ROW: R. Pilke ya sponsor, R. Hughes, S. King, S. King, C. Christian, D. El- liott, L. Vick, D. Rhoten, M. Gregory, A. Bransford. THIRD ROW: C. Blanchard, V. Burr, M. Rush, B. Stallings, M. Beard, P. Barnett, S. Caldwell, P. Lamkin, J. Ramey, J. Holmes. FOURTH ROW: J. Johnson, K. Wooden, J. Buck, P. Gilbert, P. Meeker, B. Rus- sell, S. Dickeson, J. Bowers, D. Credille, Ward. Green Jackets ctive Coed Keep Up Cn Events They are always there. Whether it is befriending a lost fresh- man, eliminating some of the confusion of registration or helping out during the frenzy of Homecoming, one of North Texas' most active organizations-the Green Jackets-can be counted on to make an appearance. Visible on almost every scene of cam- pus activity, these Coeds- numbering 45 strong - strive to maintain harmony and unison at North Texas. At the beginning of each semester, a special information booth is set up on the Campus Green to ease some of the early semester problems. During football season, the Green Jackets see that the goal posts are decorated. Then for each of the home football and basketball games, this group makes a spe- cial effort to attend each contest en masse. These energetic Coeds make it a habit to keep up with the campus events. 9 W W 7 , 162 'OG . Q9 , ,Wm Wi YW f wmv' X94 NM Four smiling members direct lost students to their proper destination during hectic days of registration. X 3'I'T"s.c 5 ' J MET gig 'gg ' .- 4 fi li 2. TOP: Green jackets and Talons welcome football players onto the field with a hullabaloo of cheers. BOTTOM: J. Holmes, treasurer: M. Rush, pledge cap- taing A. Gray, recording secre- taryg R. Pilkey, sponsorg L. Nevels, vice-presidentg L. Guinn, reporterg J. Johnson, president. V my - 1 . Talolg Service Group Boosts School Spirit Boosting school spirit at North Texas is nothing new for the Talons-they've been doing it since 1959. And those green-shirted North Texans are seen at almost every campus-wide activity as they engineer projects to promote school spirit and preserve traditions. The Talons handle the responsibility of preparing the Homecoming bonfire, as well as other Homecoming activities, guarding the Victory Bell and ushering at Fine Arts Series productions. Throughout the year, it is not uncommon for the Talons to be called upon for various special services. Spirit is their forte. During the basketball season, members of the fall pledge class were responsible for the introduction of a large copper eagle mounted on a staff as an addi- tional victory symbol to match the Victory Bell. Membership is no problem. This year, the group was limited to 36 of the campus' top men. These men-in order to be eli- gible candidates-must display a high in- terest in serving NTSU and have grades equal to the overall male average. . .1 Sex t X ' , XX5y.w..4X,l J 'S , H, 2 'Y N- - ' TQ' awp 'l. ff! ' ..... 4 'f , 1 X .5 K ,,. ., -...E fi rIEi.a1i3pf1 .3 Officers B. Bounds, treasurer, B. Brown, chaplain, M. Ferris, secretary, B. Marshall, vice-president, B. Perki- son, president. FIRST ROW: K. Mansfield, K. Matthews, R. Witt, B. Marshall, R. Cannon, J. Stevens, D. Epley, J. Killingsworth, D. Luttrell. SECOND ROW: J. Hightower, E. Bacon, K. Carmean, D. Bowman, B. Armstrong, M. Ferris, P. Mc- Combs, D. Hines. THIRD ROW: B. Perkison, B. Brown, D. Edwards, L. Thomas, B. Mahaney, R. Brown, C. Turn- bow, J. Starnes. FOURTH ROW: R. Fitzhugh, G. Smithey. E. Supina, J. Burch, T. Murphy, B. Royal, J. Mashek, F. Carter. rm . ME M. 1 1 S 'UR img' -'ffl 1 as Rom' GRE 11? as-an 164 ll l il Q I LEFT: Helping to raise the gymnasium roof with enthusi- astic cheers, green-shirted Tal- ons regularly attend games en masse. BOTTOM: School spirit prompts the group to make torches which set off Home- coming weekend. .Q QAQWH' -gm iwmm. ,wi EBSQ' :Di 165 W. D. A. Dorm Elects Sweetheart Residents of West Dormitory, largest men's dormitory on the NTSU campus, find participation in North Texas activities noth- ing unusuaL A Homecoming Queen nominee, a Yucca Beauty nominee, intramural teams, Home- coming House decoration contest entry, par- tkjpadon hlthe Unch parade pnnnodng an NTSU road trip, a Denton State School party and various informal parties are only a few of the activities that West Dorm Asso- ciation members enjoyed this year. At bodi hxnbaH and badnibaH ganwg the WVIMA proved agahl dns year that hs organization could hold its own in displaying school spirit on campus. Tlus year rnennbership rose to 450. :M .--. 15 A S- A mimi ., e ' tsnvf. 5 we. 3- w if - .. .Q f SU my-3 FIRST ROW: J. Menifee, R. Alexander, C. Perry, P. Baron, B. Kotch. SECOND ROW: S. Humphreys, J. Tobias, C. Fikes, R. Howard, R. Gilman. THIRD ROW: J. Mahoney, L. Tobias, L. Fullagar, J. Rogers, B. Baumgardner. Officers R. Alexander, treasur- er, Mahoney, vice-president C. Peery, sweetheart, B. Kotch 7 president: R. Gilman, secretary. .--q '15 em- 19 'lk ,tif 51 4' any ,Y--rr vw 05 w-in ,vw wx.: ,tip ,.,,.f" 4.0.2 FIRST ROW: V. Voltz, A. Pfleger, P. Pillow, C. Taylor, C. Caton, J. Goss, D. Butts. SECOND ROW: S. Lawler, M. Breeding, K. johns, M. Beard, C. Wagner, C. Wilson, S. Jones. THIRD ROW: H. Kale, E. Moss, P. Gilbert, S. Siegrist, L. Amacker, S. Anderson. just ask any new coed at NTSU how nice it is to have a "big sister" to "show her the ropesf, She'll tell you itis a fine feeling and that she was adopted by her upperclassman big sister at the Women,s Forum annual Big- Little Sister Adoption ceremony. The Women's Forum, under the leadership of an executive council composed of oflicers, dorm representatives and class representatives, is open to all North Texas women. In addition to helping new coeds feel more at home, the Women's Forum sponsors many activities for North Texas women. This year the Forum approved a new constitution, the first writ- ten one in four years, told for- tunes at the Halloween partyg danced to the music of the Bill Adamson Quartet at the autumn formal, did the twist at the Val- entine's Dance. The Formn also sponsored Dutch Week and the Ugliest Man on Campus competition and dance and presented on Honor's Day the Woman of the Year Award to a senior woman. Exec. Council omen's Forum Votes For New Constitution 'T if fini' 'X pqffgh f f' 167 TOP: Officers E. Moss, vice- presidentg H. Kale, treasurerg D. Butts, presidentg J. Goss, secretary. LEFT: Forum mem- bers were "treated" with cook- ies, candies, and cokes at their annual Halloween celebration. .. , ,W f Q 1 Q e 9 ff vwmsmzawr f fA1nw..xw,wn'?i"j'! X ,f ff unav Z if Avesta Publishes Campus Talent Creative North Texans are afforded an opportunity to display their talents in the campus magazine, the Avesta. Published each fall and spring semester, the Avesta contains the efforts of many stu- dents. Be it the timid first offering of a freshman or the fourth or fifth appearance of an upperclassman, talent is welcomed by Awsta editors. Prize money is awarded to the top contributions in fiction, nonfiction and poetry. The literary magazine is an eight-time winner of All-American honors, Gaylan DuBose, E ditor Dr. A. M. Sampley, Sponsor 168 5 fi li? 2 1? We t 4' . w 1 " ta i A W gr: 1 I 1 Y .. if .4 :- 5. . , 4 ns "f if NX Ronnie Cowan, Art Editor 351' Edwin Kuehn, Assistant Editor Don Thames, Poetry Editor o Warren Norwood, Bill Hobbs, Sue Kennedy, Sue Lindsey, Bill Perkins, Associates 169 ' f 5 kos t K 'A if X NS., 'H w xt -' iii' Q 'kcii".n'i,, l r fl , ,' 5 C . 1 if if C w'fiZ - Larry Phillips, Fall Editor Tom Boone, Spring Editor Bill Perkins, Fall Editorials Editor, Spring News Editor 170 Campus Chat Prints First Special Edition With the death of john F. Kennedy just miles away, the Campus Chat put out its first known special edition on Nov. 22, 1963. Soon after the Presidentls death was con- firmed, members of the Chat staff called to the office or came by to get assignments. While some reporters interviewed faculty members who had attended the presidential luncheon in Dallas, others began to write what had been brought in or phoned in to the office. By 6:30 p.m. the paper was off the press. Photographs of Kennedy taken by a Chat reporter at Carswell AFB the night before his death were used along with an editorial tribute and a summary of the known facts and campus reaction. The extra was printed on the old flatbed press, which was replaced in December by a web offset press, The new press speeds printing of the Chat, improves the quality of picture reproduction and in some cases allows the use of one color in addition to black and white. ,,,,,,,-v-'va ,.-4-W""""xNx li YK ' 15555 5 Robert L. Stanley, Sponsor Jerry Bennett, Fall Sports Assistant, Spring News Editor v Shirley Quinn, Fall Amusements- Activities Editor, Spring Editorials Editor ,W-12 Z ,il 5 S r f-its Ralph Russell, Spring Sports Assistant 2,133 . A'-nm... GUYS- EMMW tt, X ? l a 1 X I Bob Hiett, Fall News Editor E Q4 i ss.. ' 5219 ' W 1... hi Dull' Daniels, Fall Sports Editor 171 W Af iff' Qi 5 X ! .t 5, ww.: risk .. ,t.,..,., ' M x if ' J S . ..3f,I:-NM N' r 'r n 'S . ' 'x V Phillip Bogan, Assistant Business Manager Art Bentley, Spring Sports Editor Jess McCord, Business Manager eww ,. N ees fy ,J 4419 .. , xi, S My Stan Houston, Fall News Assistant, Spring Actiuities-Arnuserrzents Editor Bob Dennard, Circulation Manager 5 Pat Cochran, Fall Photographer Tancey Love, Spring News Assistant James Gray, Cartoonist 172 New Format Adds Lifeg Staff Provides Content. Result - - - l964 YLICCA Thumb through a yearbook-any yearbook. You'll find pictures, captions, copy, headlines, art work and layouts. And the YUCCA? More of the same. But behind this story of a university year carved out in words and pictures is a staff. Seven section editors, an adviser, four photographers and eleven assistants enthusiastically began a job-working much, sleeping little, playing practical jokes to relieve monotony. And in May, the same staff members smiled nostalgically at students who received the spanking new books off the press. They smiled because it was done, but wished there was just one more deadline--it couldn't all be finished! The YU CCA had a new look. Pages began to breathe with the adoption of a new format-lots of white space and strict inside margins. Pictures looked black, it was a new printing technique. The YUCCA had changed, but the staff hadn't. There had still been the same long hours of work, equally lengthy coffee breaks, fun parties and neglected studies-this was 1963-64. And from this year, 512 pages were compiled which had begun as ideas and ended as the 1964 YUCCA from North Texas State. ' ' wal' ,SMR mf Kay Lanier, Editor fwsreougiil tiki Smith Kiker, A dzfiser Dick Beene, Assistant Editor 173 xxx X X A .. Suzanne Heath Classes Departments Edztor Bull Hobbs Sports Edztor f 1 I I I E - 2 f XX 'MW YE- 21' f-21:1 I f s-H533 .j vi? W likil 1 "YN " ff , sQ N mm, 4.-yuh., ,M R MT ff B -...W w-.., . Yebsu -4-vw--....,,,-E ' '- MJ H-f ,im id .X- Sheldon Gordon, Bob Cole, W. B. Harvick, Jim Ware, Photographers Suzanne Selk, Cragg Hines, Onstage Editors Bob Dennard, Art Editor Babs Beyring, Index Editor ' ' 75 ' . ' ,f ' fs mf A f K K, in S Q ,mf - 9 ,. M 5 " v i a,,.- A 'M . A-, AZ i Y , . 5 ' , 2 i 1" nf .-rv I I , 'QW' 5 :V is X s .M ,..,, X w V Wm. Asxistants TOP: Jim Haden, Patti Biggerstaif, Mary Sue Ferguson. BOTTOM: janet Wedge, Mike Meyers, Roy McQueen. 175 0 1 , f., Q J 1 M 'if Unlike some universities whose publica- tions editors are elected campus-wide, North Texas depends on the Student Publicat-ions Committee to choose editors on the basis of their qualifications. The committee is comprised of editors, sponsors and senior staff members of the Chat, Yucca and Avvsta and special ap- publication Committee pointees of the university president and USNT. To the Avesta editors, the committee S t u d e n H P N a m e makes available prize money to be awarded 0 . . each long session to students contributing T the best poems, essays and short stories. WN Faculty Merizbers Robert L. Stanley, Smith Kiker Jr., Dr. J. J. Spurlock, Dr. A. M. Sampley, Dr. E. G. Ballard, Dr. James L. Rogers Jr., C. E. Shuford. Student Members Tom Boone, Dick Beene, Jerry Bennett, Gaylan DuBose, Larry Phillips, Bill Hobbs. 176 "ISO is a service organization for the en- tire campusf' stated Jeff Crossland, Inde- pendent Students' Organization president. Independent thinking channeled toward promoting better student government, a uni- fied student body and better student life is the aim of the organization. Following this aim, ISO nominated its first candidate for Homecoming Queen, held all-candidate rallies and supported qualilied candidates, regardless of the candidate's alliliations. Resolutions were passed pledging the or- ganization to better freshmen orientation, to promote a stronger alumni association and to promote better understanding between the administration and the students. A Mis- souri Valley Student Association, uniting MVC schools, was also investigated. 5... Independent Students' Organization Uniting of MVC Schools Studied LEFT: Oliicers V. Smith, sec- retary, J. Crossland, president, K. Burton, treasurer. TOP: Curious students gather in the UB to applaud their favorites as James Killingsworth intro- duces fall elections candidates. FIRST ROW: K. Burton, J. Smith, L. Armstrong, J. Killingsworth, D. Denny, B. Russell, D. Witherspoon, D Scroggs V Cuddy S Bodine N. Popelka. SECOND ROW: M. Johnson, F. Fallis, B. Fisher, C. Phenix, J. Crossland, B. Hargrave, J. Stockard J Frazier B Kotch P Barron G. Whitman. THIRD ROW: R. Fitzhugh, K. Copeland, M. Allen, K. Holmes, J. Wilson, C. Hines, J. Alders, J lqoxshae R Taylor M Murphey . V I L? Swat ... .1 fa.. f..f ea M fu , ,g 'l 5 -1' Q W ij , J , fa., Q mn 1 AW Xu AVA. A ,. 'A 177 Young Republicans Graduates Now Serving Senior Part The political tempo naturally picked up on campus as national and state elections drew close. The Young Republicans heard Tom Kirkland, managing editor of the Denton Record-Clzroniclv, speak on the fairness of political reporting at the club's first spring meeting. Joe Kindred, an NT ex and now regional Held director of the Republican Party, was joined by club members John Weekly and Charles Boyd in a discussion of the present position of the Re- publican Party in the fall. Week- ly is executive director of the Denton County Republican Party and Boyd is a Denton precinct chairman. The club invited interested stu- dents to a non-partisan party in Dallas in November with music by the Arthur K. Adams band. v wx.. 4 N ,X X, 'Qi xr . Rim :ai .lC.i1Xf' ,jiymrlarxi .Nlffll'l' 7,30 get is.: The campus proved to be the campus bulletin board for the YRS as the club made extensive efforts to publicize their meetings. FIRST ROIV: D. Subotnik, C. Turner, M. Seelig, B. Sickler, B. Killin, V. Cuddy, L. Troutman, B. Watts, S. Taylor, L. Bozeman. SECOND ROIV: D. Alexander, S. Heath, j. Whitehurst, K. Starnes, B. Colemon, j. Wagner, S. Mayfield, N. Klein, L. Pinckney, R. Woodford. THIRD ROW: W. Moore, T. Smallwood, M. Christian, C. Campbell, P. Bagley, L. Owens, T. Whittemore, J. Mosty, W. Bettes. FOURTH ROW: A. McGuffey, W. Waller, J. Read, J. Loud, A. Eng- lish, W. Snodgrass, W. Whitehouse, B. Waldrop. 'u .V ,-. 7 uw' 1 f. T at me ' ins 'E' ta R i QQ 'fwfr ,Jilin L. in Ar. .fait ...M nf:-ii ' 1 v I .unxxw ,Q- wsa r- ' 1.,,,,.' " K ,z S 'E lf M .Manx NISU- .wfg , Ziff we l?W4""" W fl LEFT: YRS pass out party in- formation and campaign stick- ers to interested students at their membership drive booth in the UB. BOTTOA4: The Denton Itecord-Cilzzorzicle man- aging editor Tom Kirkland ex- plains some of the different as- pects of this year's political scene as YR members listen. QW :S ,db 'QQ 'W-4:2 'Wm 179 Young Democrats Club Urged to Work Politically if:y'G'fVfl,f1 QEXA3 -'far' TOP: Excited North Texas YDs join the crowds welcom- ing the Kennedys to Texas. RIGHT: Officers, J. Keil, sec- retary, J. Allen, vice-president, J. Johnson, executive commit- tee chairmang P. Noon, presi- dent, D. Jones, treasurer, C. Ferrara, executive council. FIRST ROW: J. Johnson, J. Killingsworth, C. Ferrara, N. Jones, J. Keil, J. Dollison. SECOND ROW: M. Davidson, D. Edwards, J. Allen, R Watts, P. Noon, D. Jones. THIRD ROW: J. Crossland, J. D'Avignon, R. Briggs, G. Dutton. Members of the Young Democrats Club, not unlike their fellow students, felt them- selves fall into a vacuum of despair and un- certainty after the death of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963. A group of YDS led by club president Pat Noon rushed to Carswell Air Force Base the evening before the assassination to greet the President's plane. Grins and excited conver- sations dominated the group, which waved lighthearted signs and pushed close to the fence that enclosed the landing area, Earlier that week, editor Penn Jones Jr. of the Midlothian Mirror spoke to the YDS, urging them to organize in each hometown, accept discipline and get out and work. After the events of Nov. 22, 1963, YDS real- ized the importance of that advice. , 1 ' dsx "' LQ- Q, f Q- sa mst 'KWW UDV F9991 GREEKS if 1 5 3 -v fQ,, R Riff X . Q 5 ' it if 9 Q ... ..f...,:.:.., .ifwwxoxv N . . 4 1 A Q W. .w. x . , SS I ?hK Senior Panhellenic FIRST ROW: D. Inman, S. Williamson, D. Rhoten, S. Speck, C. Karr. SECOND ROW: C. Cole, B. Stinson, T. Howard, K. Boeger, K. Brumbelow, A. Barker. P E H X X, ...'s junior Panhellenic FIRST ROW: L. Amaker, M. Beard, K. Herman, L. Thompson, P. Lile, B. Stinson. SECOND ROW: J. Anderson, M. Miner, D. Bodenheimer, D. Houlihan, P. Meeker, N. Hunt. 182 1 Frat Council, Panhellenic Gear for Progress Social fraternities on the North Texas campus are geared towards progress through the functions of Inter-Fraternity Council, Panhellenic and Junior Panhellenic. Representatives of the ten fraternities con- stitute the membership of the Inter-Frater- nity Council QIFCJ. In an effort to improve rush functions, fraternity-administration re- lations and Greek activities, two North Texas IFC members attended the National Inter- Fraternity Council Convention in New York. Creek Week and Sing Song are two of the traditional IF C-sponsored activities. Panhellenic and Junior Panhellenic Q pledge class representativesj are the soror- ity equivalents of IFC. Its members meet regularly with the council sponsor, Dean of Women Imogene Bentley Dickey, to discuss and absolve sorority problems. All rush func- tions are sponsored by Panhellenic. Raising money for charity is the annual philan- thropic project of Junior Panhellenic. 1253. l B .- i I if V af" " g ff' , 3 f W ' w, , ,....,,, ,.f' Z g . 1' LEFT: Kay johns sails away in a skit at the fall Panhellenic Preview RIGHT: Rushees must attend five different smokers during rush activities Inter-Fraternity Council FIRST ROW: J. Findley, B. Waller, J. Raybon, J. Starnes, E. Moore. SECOND ROW: W. Woods, M. McNutt, J. Rus- sell, G. Roddy, B. Petovson. I 83 ,mai X - A35 if JE Six Flags Over Texas in ADPi', highlighted fall semester rush activities as the actives displayed their talents at the sorority's second period function. Atkinson Baker Barger Barnett Brasseaux Burk Caldwell Cole Connally Cremer Crissman Dungan Filippone FitzGerald Hamra Hart Hermann Hillin Howard Hurst Hurt Keswick King King Kirk Ludden M cShan Maples Merriman Moores ' 4 -...wr it W I ,, if-1? V ' 404 . ,W ,gi a ,U M ii, ,6 f I 1127, 'ff'1g'v- df '14,-Q X r 3 , 4 if lr , ,Q , p Wi 2 A Q " X . 5 as :I N. I , i , ,tw it X 7' 4. fans A ' --ff 57 1 A r f f g I ' fa 91 Q ' X 1 ' 5 4 XM I X e tk -1 'TN x . N ga' li N X ,, ,X sf' 'Y A. i Q ,. QL '-" -. arf ,wwn .M A W5 . c ' 4, N in .... ' J K. ' s A QQ 4- 3 ' ,. f'gfjg,W ,,,, , 184 fr W 1 . XMI 4-r DPis Play Sister To Filipino Child One daughter and 25 sisters were added to the Alpha Delta Pi chapter at NT in the fall. The foster child, Bernadita from the Philippines, was adopted by the sorority as its full-time project. The 25 sisters made up the ,53 fall pledge class. The big event during the autumn season was the Hawaiian Luau party at the Kap 'n Kid Club, where the fall pledge class was presented to the members. An English lish 'n chips restaurant was the motif for the pledges' "Oliver Twist" party at the First State Bank, ADPi members Judy Philbrick and Nancy Filippone were elected varsity cheerleaders by the student body. wjgesri 1 ira n: ' x Y A: 5 J ff Q 'P " 1' 'H' . X , ' A , 4, K. :' nl. . ' 0, Ami if, :ti - ,iff no Y? 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W, W .41 Maas, .A . ,. 5 - 3 , T " ff- -- , -. , g 4 7 w Kersplashing each other into the swimming pool at one of the local motels was a favorite trick of members and rushees at an Alpha Phi summer rush party. Blake Bodenheimer Boyd Buckner Burkett Abercrombie Abernathy Acord Allen Beynon X is as. M V! i Hy N. . ' Blix W 1 l ,. X 'H . K' ' 3 XR be X - V N...-ff "AX ,:"3' D I ' I is ,, NZ,-if 4 ,f I V' 42 ' 5 il ,-'f . I Q, , V YB ! Q F" I , in We Q' r i ni y . ' if - A , , Q , Q., it K M fa A 1 so Q W M V ,A . iff: 43. f , F5 I-it A i A x 42, ' , ., ll Q if 32 , rexx ' ""' B t"'3f',Z1f' 3 of A 'w as ,W j xi 2, MMA me X M , Cagle Carr Connaughton Coons Deuback Dickeson Dirks Ellis Hagerty Hagins Henley Hill Jarrett Keck Kinser 1 V y . ' .vt wf A -N ,, -N , W Wa eg! ' L ' 'Z fir' " 'fi . B 'S ,fa- ' 'Y . t , , ,,: A , 4, . 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Wicker baskets of greenery now adorn the walls of the Alpha Phi ramp to complement its new color scheme of blue and green. Alpha Phi members were active in student govern- ment and intramural athletics. Alpha Phi active Sher- rill Dickeson served as USNT secretary and four Alpha Phi members were elected senators. The sorority won the women's intramural volleyball championship. Pi Kappa Alpha and Alpha Phi provided refresh- ment and entertainment at a Christmas party for the Dallas Juvenile Home. The fall pledge class went way out with a Beatnik party for members. A pledge quartet, "Peter, Paul, Mary - and Dick," entertained. At Christmas, a buffet supper and dance for members was held at the Ameri- can Legion Hall. r Q, ' ef W . 5732 NRNW X ..-- WX.. 7 . f -K N . K ii' G 1 A Renshaw .. 1 - ' if Rosebrough w ' ,. ,.,, D h V up is-'ii' , ,4- E Sb. L grit .Y f WENK ff W N AV' 'N 'V - f'9:. 4. i F 4 4, Q ., M Q - . ss- V 1' Q r Sego " if - 'ff Scott X , ,,p. if Q I' ... ,fa 2 ,. ' ' - "" 'A' Simpson 7 ' -T 7 Speck A ""' Q ff wi fr , . .. f. Stem, M. ,. 5' Stem, C. ' ..., ' t '. RW, 4. ' "' ,I V , 4 X .2 6. 1 f ff .5 ' W 6999.3 187 ga f . W. Q: Stegall Stinson I gi Q--I9 E Alpha Phi ' 75 chapters 5 Founded Syracuse University 1872 9 Gamma Eta chapter established 1954 Thompson White Windham i Yfsf X-'Q -,rin Anders eq- . - -. 24 A d , .wmv l .- f . I1 CFSOII ,- 'V' Q A Sc I , -X V ,frissfsv "' .X , Ashmore W ' ' ' Baker -sig - Batot ' I mug l 1 , , X 2 'Y -Ar' ' 'W X QQMW S '49 W Berryman Beyette Blanchard E V ,mfffimx W -W., X 'if ,- X , -sv ' 'Q ' x V 'v 4 , .. V . ..::: l' A I H L f! ' ' 3 B ,- -' 7- Burkett Q 6' ., 5: ,N G W "' "' Caton 4 C S Q " " Cottrell 1- 7 ' A " I M- , 'V 52 f ' 33 t' 1 Emmons . :QR e 4 -1 N5 , Ferris 4 in W 1 Foster up ,... 'S Gallaugher ' 'A Grillin ' A ,E 1 , my 1 HCHdY Ji. f N U 3 ,,, Hoyl ' V1 - Hughes "" A - , H t JM? Y un 7 ,, asf! Inman 2: Jones ,J t ,.,,. i Kale ' ' "S at , ri ' 5 A g , . Gy: vs..-S P i l ae g- fa Pi vi Us , 4 , 1 fs 4 Aw --at Y -4' N '1 Q .s X Tx ,...y rg s 1 g gi fi - .:.:,: . - U. - , ff rx. --X -as . , 'fa 4 f A i mg 'A is .. X .. f S ' 55 X nw X ft, 61' , at cv ,, ., . , New sf Wfxlffwrf X .. t ,. , , ., ' ,,,, X . I Y -,2-'f Q 1 in S ,521 2 ,, . at-::a:a: N Q2 f 'Q Si' 5. , 1 Chi Os Offer Aid To Children, Aged The bonds of Chi Omega reached far be- yond the North Texas campus this year. From Chilton Hall to the Denton State School the sorority reached a hand of friend- ship to adopt a child as its annual philan- thropic project. During the Christmas season the Chi Omega pledge class set aside six afternoons to visit the aged residents of the Denton Manor. The children at Cumberland Pres- byterian Children's Home were given a Christmas party by the ChiOs and Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. Delta Sigma Phi fraternity presented the busy coeds with the annual activities trophy. The ChiOs were well represented at the Greek Bowl when Suzanne Williamson was presented as the Greek Bowl Queen. "Record School Spirit" gave Chi Omega first runner-up honors as the most original float in the Homecoming Parade. Susan Beyette served as one of the four Homecom- ing princesses. ,JW Sggii awww 'W' rv MW ,. ,A 'M ' fe 5 'b ,hx -5 f .Q - fl we Q X I 0 R 3 4 'B fr In , , , -Kr 1 X 5 Mg, . .,,, A 'R K X ? ' ' r : 2 0 fill' .-as ,- Q., .M X 'V f A I 4' VL . ' f . I age Ii We ,,,, f ef 1? I8 9 Can Can girls dance into the circus spirit of Chi Omega's Period II rush party. A live monkey, a circus wagon and peanut carts also entertained. Chi Omega ' 128 chapters 9 Founded University of Arkan- sas 1895 9 Alpha Alpha chapter estab- lished 1953 , sn l Kinsel Knight Littrell Mason Meeker Moberg Moore Moss Perkins Quenzer Ramey Rawlings Seelig Sickler Stewart ,qbwsw -,K ' ' ' Sullivan v, "' 'X . . X Swenson Throckmorton Watson Wheeler Williamson Beard Boeger Book Boury Bransford Bryson Butts t 1: GV -J .,,.x Ai l'0' Byars Credille Davis Douglas Edwards Fowler Gartman -fin K .. if X fr ' "N Q if 9 X JH' K Q4 2 Q V 'g if! 4 'W , T N' X - -,,. we :- Ty 5:5-' to Q 7 , B , I 3 I ,p s i k i s N X. N sn I i f HVWS I . .... ,, , '-iff s 4 W' s , , 'Y K, W W, ,.. 'Wi 'law 9 'Vx Goss Gross Hanlmons Hanson Heath Henson we 'S 'iw X 5 s 'W ,ol A' 'Q ,gy e,,, ,. A Nw", eggs., - ' - .X . is -r f Alai: X 9 , 54, . 1 Q Q I A , VZ -vw' s d 1 X , X be N Ib 'W' 'Da 1 ffl is . Hinchnlan Holmes Houlihan Hudnall Israel johns N. + , .,., K 'Q - if 13-s B s X ,Q ' 2, , 'wx ':.-:b lg , W f.Z.y: 11.15 ' 7 If ' " .. .4 ,af ,f 1 w4,,',, 4 5 1 M' 5' 5 ' 41' W Y' f 4 ww sa 190 Delta Gamma 5 90 chap- ters 9 Founded Lewis School 1873 9 Gamma Nu Chapter established 1953 05 flat. E? ,QEibZ41b, v - H it Q-bb 1, n lm ll? 'E 131513 Float N a med Most Beautiful Winning the Most Beautiful Award for their Homecoming float was the highlight of the year for the Delta Cammas. Another trophy was added to the DC dis- play case in 1963, when the So- rority won Sing Song. The trophy may someday become a perma- nent part of the Delta Gamma ramp since 1963 was the third straight year the sorority received the award. A musical skit of the "Wizard of Oz" provided entertainment for the DC,s at their fall pledge class party. Also during the year, the DC big sisters took their little sisters to dinner at the Holiday Inn. Members, alumni, pledges and friends picnicked in the fall. At Christmas, the Delta Cam- mas and Sig Eps cosponsored a Christmas party for the children of Cumberland Presbyterian Chil- dren's Home at the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity house. Throughout the year, Delta Gam- ma developed such philanthrophy projects as aid to the blind and aid to the students at the Denton State School, Spring activities included Founders' Day Banquet, Spring Formal and participation in Creek Week. 2' , 4 , X .YI S . . ,N-. f' - ,gt , 4 we ' 6 ' 3 Sl 1 Q - Q A X . 7 x . 1. as ' f ' 'li ' ,MQ W 2 S . as x xx'-Q N. fi 'V lg 'R at ff "' w J ' "fr 'Z if f . n- if fi xx Q , W, at fs, are .NWN .. M Mg' fl . 1 , ff!-'i"i"hl.fYsw N' , ,yr , -: f yt 2.15 we 15 , ' J :Et -ll f 'ZX Q ' 14 "i :C X , , A . ' fu? , I' 1 H1-3 A 4- ,ff I X Af gf, Usher f if Watkins ,f KM Q lfll 'wwf 'hx Q wtf Z f m or ed 1 .Af f 'K' 1' 3 , if ,, f Ns C I It ' te . we. , 1 I 6 3' gms ,, e 1 .fs ff Q 'Hu yt xx ,ff fiixg x Z' LN' Q ,fs V X , X ag'-t K Bw J X 1 ls. Gi X Y 61 xx . Karr Keasler Keating Kennedy Kruger Mallon May Morgan Mrozinski Nance Patterson Pavelka Primeaux Rains Reeves Sargent Sheppard Snelling Thompson Turner Secret KD 'Peanuts' Perform Dail Deeds Celebration of Peanut Week was one of the many activities of the Kappa Delta so- rority this year. Each KD was responsible for doing a good deed daily for her secret "peanut." The week was climaxed at the annual Christmas party when gifts to the secret pals were placed in a basket for a needy Denton family. The KDS received the achievement award for over-all chapter improvement at the biannual national convention. Founders' Day was celebrated at a tea Oct. 22. Two national officers, Mrs. Leona Good, province president, and Mrs. Mattie Ruth Gallagher, national director of mem- bership, were honored at the event. The mood is serious at Kappa Delta's preferential party in the First Presbyterian Church. Members and rushees listen intently as the ceremonies begin. is 4 .fy 'igifiwgk 'Q rx Ahrgng Q ,Q P IVVVVVV lviajfh., Allen 0 f . ' , . 1, N -'-x f Amacker U 1 Huw, y ,, -,S "- Q M Bass 4' 8, ' .-i jfjw, Beall ' , W H" v e r arrr r is , Bmy T ,. ' 'r '1-1 T Braff W e l KW 44 -.Q ' ' if Bfalley 3 -Q lzll A ,gow - W Brlsendine ,W 5 3 X ' .3 Bruner ,Q W"" .,, l i . M. ' 'M ' ' ' . ' 'few 3 ' , 3' 'WN Corbin , -- A Cox is 1 l C ,.,.,5 - t A A f I 'v.- N il ' I fi' I N Craig " X ' A ' ' X Culver fi nr I W 1 53:35:51: fr Q' e to A J K ' "rr, I' ' -ff g-an Estridge .. 3? my A t., . N ' A if 1 ,,.. 4 ' Gllbert -' A X QQ, 1 , - Q X ,' , ," 'fi """ '--' V 'N dart A Q ,. N M3,,,, 23 up . VE.. AA Glause F f 4" V, W Q M, I ' Gordy -f -vp .Q -2 M ' If fe V. fr 'as Gregory f if ,jjg M552 f-5 Hayes ' Q' " 7 if Henderson '1 N' Ds -1. ' " 1? rf., Hendricks N M H ' ' f Hibbetts --1 ' 192 - ,, , rake? ,E ,5 , xg, f - -V .Q H., I -0' A ,... f f ,n 1: -, Y my J A A 3 5 M 4 Howard 214 f ,, fi R W Lamkin. L. A we 9 ' I La Carl 'W' , 'S . ll Leach X Little b MacTaggart MII Q :A M M Q ' AAAA , , Males ' ' Miner ' , Y lx ' wif . f 'W fi Q Nelson ZA: ' L 63" Remy e r--r ,S Rhoten I "'Q' L, V - ---r A 3 ' f new . . fe, A A A Rodrlquez if ,Q 3 H L e gl ' Sellers ..., , th A ' Sims are V 'W gf A Smiley I Whipple f Q Kolfr dw' Wurv I 193 Kappa Delta ' 102 chapters ' Founded Longwood College 1897 ' Gamma Beta chapter established 1954 Anderson Beale Belt Bender Breeher Briunbelow Buchanan Capers Caperton Carter Chiehilla Chitwood Clark Craven Edwards Felps Gardner Hanna Hardman Harpool Howard Howard H rbaeek Isom Kellum King Lile Lindsey McGahee McWilliams Maddox Martin Merrell Morris Nall Norris Parma Pickens Rankin Shipp Spruiell St. Clair Thompson Tice W'allaee Weaver Wiley Williamson B. . M 'B M ww , - VM- ' Y, fr 'I Y A, an ,pw A, Km . Q. - V K , . F: , . ,,., , 3 'N ,sf wx 3, C X 4 - , i i H My Y4,wfZf?'li .., ,-4 Q is-aa . ' ' r V, fr A' Sa 'V as . , , wh, ' vii ff' . , C M Qi ,. 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X 'fdffif Q., l ,f U 3 rf L' 'Q -4 s ki 'ii 194 H' W , has ,Ms I i .L C X X, B Zetas Win Sweepstakes An enormous black bee nestled inside a red blossom. The Home- coming parade moved along the streets of the North Texas campus as proud Zetas watched their sweepstakes-winning float capture "oohs" and "aahs" from the bystanders. Rounding out the honors for Zeta Tau Alpha was Susan Parma, who served as one of the Homecoming Queen's attendants. A "steak and beani' dinner found Zetas wearing everything from dunce hats to glittering crowns, depending on their previous semester's grade average. The hard-working coeds with high aver- ages were rewarded with steaks, while the others were restricted to a diet of beans. A monthly party was given for the children at Denton State School by the Greek organization as its philanthropic project. Members also supported an orphan girl from Viet Nam. Dressed in costumes resembling a suppressed desire, Zetas and their dates attended a "sea cruisew party given by the pledge class at the University Clubhouse. Zeta Tau Alpha 9 199 chapters es ' Founded Longwood College - 1898 ' Gamma Phi chapter established 1953. 7 E 1-so c ll g 23 l as eg fir iff z ii in i,t3l 5 195 Kappa Sigma members stop by the Zeta Tau Alpha ramp to congratulate newly selected Zeta pledges, Susan Parma, left, and Tina Ship, right. .1-x, , l ,Q ,H :if al 'Ash ,SP Wink 1-, e-auf '4' yum. ,.-Q 'hug N-kg., As , - -.w W 529 ,Q .1 af'--. Sheppard Sitton -2900 'W 'Q-mal ar-me TP' ,v 'I.-Tr -JF' f4 wa lf .Mfr ! ' 7 -,, ,J Ables Andrus Baggett Bearden Bell Biggs Carpenter -as Merrill Newton Rainey Moran Perry Richardson Nemann Pounds Schaefer cs N A A WW,-x K 5 Q l 'Vi 4 - ms , F, ,q . ' ' Q an - Claiborne lfinley Kimball glark h . Luller ixnlgppcl y yuh Vy 7 X Y, .rouc age .a aume ,. ,M ' 'P ' 'ff f a..5,sMr . r . . X rw' 1-4 sf: 1 y ,,,-as-:F Mmm-me sw . Cunningham Howard Leif el .A cm Mae, , J Dickey Inne rarity Love ' c - N f , 5?mc?4fa W Izthridge james Mackey ,W N , 1 . W, f - , .Mfg ,.L. My . . - ff. -, ,,,,,.,,::.-2.-4,f:A: ,:, ,:,,,:, , ,w,,z:, N .. , V -4M ,,, , M M, ,, , M A ,Q X M x I' iclder jansen Marrs 196 Delta Sig Takes Large Pledge C ass Delta Sigma Phi ' 97 chapters'Founded City College of New York 1899 ' Gamma Xi chapter established 1952 - .,, ' Xi 5 mi f N Delta Sigma Phi "morticians" solemnly perform last rites for John Q. Wheatshocker from the University of Wichita. ,HQ N..-at 'iff Shepard Vrana Welch Wingrove Uselton Walker White Young Sporting one of the largest pledge classes among North Texas fraternities, the Delta Sigma Phi chapter initiated 16 pledges dur- ing the fall semester. Acquiring this large group of initiat-es was not the only project of the fraternity. Dur- ing Homecoming, the chapter performed last rites for an imaginary University of Wichita Wheatshocker in an effort to spur campus enthusiasm. The house was awarded second place in the house decorations contest during Home- coming Week, and following North Texas' 7-3 victory, the active members entertained returning alumni with a dance at the Sher- iffis Posse. Repainting and redecorating the house was the main project during the fall semes- ter. Spring plans called for landscaping the grounds. At Christmas, the NTSU group journeyed to East Texas State College for a joint holi- day caroling with fraternity brothers at the Commerce school. The Christmas season was one of giving as the Delta Sigs collected food and toys for a Denton church for distribution to needy families of the community. 197 fi ll ff fill l "Congratulations, Prospect Ingram," Chi Omega Dena Perkins bid acceptance. The local North Texas fraternity initiated seven tells a future Geezle member Roland Ingram during fraternity of its pledges during the fall semester. Burch Burns Conner Cooper Cox Dane Hand Hatcher Hopkins Jeter McCombs Meyers 9 "W.....f nwefwuik on -KSN 53? 'J' 165' ff! -46 q .' f 'IQ -, of Athletics come rather easily for the Geezles, North Texas, only local fraternity. One reason is that most of the members are NTSU athletes. From each of the official university ath- letic teams comes at least one active mem- ber. For this reason the Geezles dominated intramural play last year. This year the group is defending intramural champion, Not only do members engage in sports activities, but the Geezles can also boast of th-eir academic achievement. The fraternity posted a 1.7 over-all grade average last year. This was the highest ever posted by an NTSU fraternity. During the fall, the Geezles celebrated the football season with a party following each home game. X Athletic Geez es Defend Intramural Championship mn sen WIIQSJIIV T Zilx- A Geezles ' Local fra- ternity ' Chapter cxtablished 1929 Miller Schneider Supina Wade Waldrip Waller Widacki Wilson i U fn E 1 4' -.J A S M A 4" 4'-1 V361 199 Bell 1,-:::.:-f wg f '-4 ' : -. x I : '... .,- x, nb 2:9 'is DI on 1 . - '0 "'-r FT LES Kappa Alpha ' 98 chapters ' Founded Washing- ton G? Lee College 9 Gamma Lambda Chapter established 1953 Chapter Named Outstanding at Convention A Friday afternoon invitation delivered by a Southern Beauregard on horseback to his favorite Scarlett O,Hara inaugurated the spring semester's Old South Weekend, This is one of the biggest events of the year for the North Texas chapter of Kappa Alpha. The weekend, highlighted by a Saturday night Old South Ball and the crowning of the Kappa Alpha Rose, helps sustain the confederate traditions of KA chapters throughout the South. During the fall, the NTSU fraternity was chosen the outstanding chapter among par- ticipating schools of Mikell Province at the annual province convention, Also in the fall, pledges were initiated into the Gamma Lambda chapter. Brown Conley Everett Cahill Draper Harvey Conklin Deelaney Hardesty . ' was Q Boren 'K h 1 3 wud? ta K KA's found outsiders to help decorate their house, which was entered in the Homecoming competition. Hankins Henderson Holmes Haren Hilsher Huffhines Hampton Horsham jacobsen "Q 'X ,. nw vw? 5 ' 4' K ix, eff' , -.'-.. M Q f-1- ff. f ' 'f SA 7 ., gen. ,Q '- - ,-Male J , 9 'lf . f I . U in 537.9 A " 6' i'i' 'f e't l 2 AW 7' '- - is , --1 - X ," j -ay. vii ' fx If I -.Q . '-'- 3? 4 ' ' .LTL '::- :" "' A ' , W- e 3' -f - I V. v in A V, L A jones Kingsbury Lancaster Lamb Long i ,,.,.- .av up Lohmann McConnell McHam McDonald Martin, R. 1 .Q ' 0' -4. ' .49 leg fw- XX Martin, R. V. Martin, W. Maca Newman, D. Newman, T. 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Tarrance ' A + Sheehan Steadman Tarrant .4 ,J of pgs .Q-1615 5 Q1 ash. S Sv ' 'IQ ,wif va P 5 grill! -wh f -vw " R4 Andrus Bennett Bentley Boettcher Brown, R. Brown, NI. Brooks :Wg 'W' Burton Cobb Coleman Findley Graham Graves Hardie Harrison Hester Higgins Hunter jeffcoats jones King Lawrence Lambert Lazenby Lester McMahan Martin Milling l r' 0 1 9' lx! J .wt Morris N f Noles W H ,if ,rf Parker 3 X ' Patterson f ' Pate . Penton Kappa Sigma pledges twisted for days-not Petty dancing, but making Homecoming float flowers. i U , .,. 4951s 'Q 1 ' i W 'ff Z.. I 33 fi LL ra-2-QW mm Terry Wade Wells Teutsch Walter Wheeler Turnbo Walton Winf ree Waco 22 it , Kappa Sigma 9 134 5 L chapters 9 Founded ,5 11 University of Vir- ginia 1869 0 Chap- K ' ter established 1952 Kappa Sigma Wins First for Criginalit Headed by fall president Stewart Smith, Kappa Sigma members built the "most or- iginal" float in the Homecoming parade. At Christmas, toys were presented by the fraternity to children at an orphanage. During semester break, Kappa Sig mem- bers redecorated their house. One addition was madeg a room was changed into a lounge. The house living capacity is 18 members. Pledges in the fall numbered 16. They were honored at a Mexican party during rush. Spring rushees were treated to a Play- boy Party at Dallas' Ramada Inn. Distinguished members of the fraternity include Jerry Grady, junior senator, and Talons Rod Brown and Charles Turnbo. 203 Appleton Bearden Bent Brister Carlton Chaxnblin Clampitt Combs Cowan Cox De Bolt Everett Faulkenberry Finger Freeman Furehe Guthrie Harrington Holmes Hunt Husbands 7:1-'iwx B. ,YJ ' Ihr fr' 44 Kanatzar Kimball Knapp Leatherwood Lurich McRae Mattingley 'New ,X t 1 0, ,fa as I Q ff nw af A L -f ' tc-f1:.21'515" 1-as m..,,. , ,O Q2 tfwsxwf ,..n-ff + -'Q 'YD lx 4 '7 ,wcem cpe C 'le Nxxlxfafs 008 E X b Z R ' W e! 'lgimp 3' m : mrs 1 li fl 1 s f 1 011180119 Lambda Chi Alpha ' 151 chapters ' Founded Boston University 1909 ' Iota Zeta chapter es- tablished 1952 il l l I I l 1 l i l l 1 n l l l l w r l l l I 1 1 l 1 1 l 1 l l ,l W 'xwtfxftf as ,.,, W, 4' 4' nu. We AXA Lambda Chi Place With Float Winning prizes at Homecoming is nothing new for Lambda Chi Alpha. This year the North Texas fraternity once again placed in the house decoration con- test during Homecoming with a third-place award. Also during Homecoming, Lambda Chi members entertained returning exes with a party which featured entertainer Ray Sharpe. A series of rush parties and smokers were W., . a , " ..k, .. Ma L- ,flak- held both semesters, and at Christmas the fraternity joined forces with Chi Omega sorority for a party for the Cumberland Presbyterian Childrenis Home. The home also received the benefits of a joint Hallo- ween Party with Alpha Delta Pi sorority. In the fall, members and 14 pledges re- decorated the fraternity house. In the spring the Lambda Chi pledges defended their championship crown at the annual Kappa Sigma Bicycle Relays. Moore, N. Raybon, R. Spruiell Welch Moore, R. Raybon, J. Syptak Westmoreland 0'Dell Raybon, D. Thompson Wilson, J. Owen Raasch Vines Wilson, W. Puckett Roddy Wall VVOrley ya A 4 , C, E . 'Q' aw iv' "-'-- 3' . hm my ,I '49 .ij W 4 P Q!! Ql fe . i . 2 X mx' ' . " e P' ' it 5 X aww. ,mf gr W f ,mm .nf E , up .4- ,, NX X Z1 X QQ Lambda Chi pledges are in charge of the cart which carries their sweetheart in the parade. S ,f 257 1 g fa , AN txkvfj .smut raw. 3, ,gas e Www X. Q.. Q li?" K N f, Barnett Balthrop Boudreaux Braley Bronstad Cook Green Gustavus Harper Hill Hickerson Hufstedler jenkins Little Lively Mann Miller McCain 1. , . X .Se . srmz -aw 429' GQ.. J' QW ,Wiring A Touch of the French 2 H 'ws' ,wav Sai, M H' is X. ,was ,U fix .ng Aaqgvsmrr ' ,, V r,:s ,ft yA,.A avr s Mfr- 5' ...L ,pf 206 ith Phi Kaps A touch of French decor has given a new look to the Greek-lettered Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity house. In an effort to refurnish the two-story house in a more attractive design, during the fall semester chapter members selected French provincial furniture. Not only did the chapter improve physi- cally, but members also strived during both semesters to maintain prestige on the NTSU campus, Two members, president Johnny Harper and vice-president Rodger Taylor, were recipients of the Hutchinson Key Award from the national office as outstand- ing North Texas members. The two will receive the honors at the annual conclave scheduled for Norman, Okla. this summer. l " af After greeting Phi Kappa Sigma pledges and becoming better acquainted with them, Rick Ugarte finds the punch at the refreshment table in competition with that of the other houses. fygswah 'W' xi Nicol Palmer Potter Parker Taylor NF Ugarte Waldrip Whitaker Watson White, Richard White, Rodney 1 I 207 9.Q I . 3, g :A Y- Q wr, ' , tw ' rg , :IPI K H K ri mm i Uhfauus 9"l"5t Phi Kappa Sigma ' 5 3 6 h a p t e r 5 9 Founded University of Pennsylvania 1850 . Beta Eta chapter established 1955 Arrott Ballard Boswell Brooks Collerain Curry Elledge Farrow Forrest Foster Glenn Goza Horak Horn Jackson jones, C. jones, R. Kendrick Kuehne McGuffey .m f H rl 5 F. it Q 9"-' ' . .. F ' ' 'PK' it - ,iv A g -.., N QQ- . 'N , ' .fs--4 xx f . ' as . v. 1 P M , v. ' ' -X . wx 1 x X . ,f,,.,s ,W 'NQ' .. i ' - ' ' X 5' V was , i5 f 1. il tx i '71 ' ', 'K . N 1 . n 2 J? 'g-fo V 2' ' .0 :V W r av.Z I tl .al ,gy X :N Ly . . ga l Y Xl 1 X' P1 kappa Alpha ' ji!! 1 4. "' Nl 117 chapters ' ff g . .-' Foundea' University Cfff' LQK X X of Virginia 1868 0 if Epsilon Delta Chap- ter eitablislzed 1955 4 S IRT' l -'fl' fi A '5?'s'f" 'N" I f . Q N 'W , ,T 35 draw , ' 'Jw B Q s -Q 5 i ' S: V . we 'M Q" M X ,.,-,V ,, N3 -4 , ,ze We ., in M . 41' Pk i If 5-6 .',. 0-Q 3 le-Q' M? 1 W 208 T Pikes Earn Top Ten Rating When the national office of Pi Kappa Alpha made its selection of the top ten Pike chapters in the nation, the NTSU fraternity was not overlooked. Based upon participation in campus and civic activities dur- ing the past year, the President's Service Award was presented to the Epsilon Delta chapter at North Texas for the first time. During the year's activities, the Pikes joined efforts with Alpha Phi sorority in a Christ- mas party for boys at the Harry Hines Detention Home in Dal- las. At Homecoming, the Holi- day Inn in Dallas was the scene of a party honoring exes of the NTSU chapter. In December, actives and the 14 fall pledges defeated the SMU chapter in a football game and retained the rotating trophy be- tween the two universities. The presentation of a North Texas coed as the chapter's Dream Girl at the Dream Girl Party paced spring activities. McNutt Mize Newman Perlman Purvis Ringgold Rogers Schadewald Scales Spitler Stokes Sumlin Taquino Terrell Weiss Whitten During rush Pi Kappa Alpha members tour the Campus streets in their flame-red fire engine in hopes of attracting the attention of rushees. 5 W as ii ai Hustlin' Sigma Nus Win Wiiiliiii - M , , Football Championship Homecoming, Creek Week, White Rose Formal. M Sigma Nu fraternity lists these activities and counts 1963-64 as one of its most active and successful years. Once again Sigma Nu emerged as the intramural league football champion by defeating fraternity oppo- at awwfli SE? NW , SNR . -- ,:. nents and then edging the independent league cham- W' pion in the football playoff game. In the annual Greek Bowl in December, Sigma Nu was victorious over Kappa Alpha. Proceeds went to the Cumberland Presbyterian Children's Home. A rope pull and the Sigma Nu Relays highlighted the fraternityis spring activities. Adams K W f Arrington 1, ,Q 5 Bailey Brownlee Brothers Brown, B. , fe of . Brown, J. Caldwell Campbell Carter Cearley Coffey . My Cook Crocker Currin Davis Downs Erwin fi .. 4-r""'Qv Fowler Fuhr Gant Haden Hartley, L. Hartley, T. ., ,, Ei., , 'mg V ,W -L N f, A ,. J. ...., Q , ,, " Jw ' 'E .i 4 .1 QM, s...,4 Hetrick Hines Ingram Jeffers johnson Krause f JY, 210 .35 ,fig .-.Q Cai? X ss., I .. .agp r ,, X 0,6431 ' ' , A ws sais Q 2 W si 4-by gn -as uw 5 in E ,Mm - .sf Weary eyes and lifeless expres- sions reflect the hard work and many hours spent during rush, but the new pledges make the efforts spent seem worthwhile. UIQ.. QWIIW, f xy c ' I X- xl Q 'W'- S XX Sigma Nu 9 129 chapters ' Founded Eb Virginia Military In- stitute 1869 9 Zeta . . .. .. . Omicron chapter es- BEYBUD tablixhed 1953 Q 1 -52:9 ef' ,., ,wif .sem...f -me ,Q 5 lam imvewi 9315, We X 'Ts i fy., L., 211 Lisle McDaniel McMullin Meacham Merriman Osborn Ponder Rainwater Scott Shahan Skelton Taylor Thomas Thompson Vinyard Watkins Wood Adams Blackburn Blakemore Buckley Campbell Carlnean Clark Cobb Cosper Connor Crawford Davis, Davis, L. Davis, P. Davis, R. Dennard Dickey Dodson Dudley Edenburn Edwards Elmore Epley Estes Ferris Franklin Garwood Gorman Greer Griflin Hale Hall Hightower Holloway Ivy Mahaney Marsh Moore, F. Moore, S. Munday , ,..4. .4 I I '33 .n-,, 1. . , Q' 25' .W amy.: wiwe WM 'FR- ffm 4 . 11, V l A Q'-Q, we fa- if 1 H., mv 5. .-.5 xg, ,am-WW! S , -al 42? fix? it ...ad , W Nw V ,,., . ,NN li J ,,.i ' we i if ,EN Z' Wx I we- num W? ASI r 51" .45 ,f i ' ""' V 1 .W , - Q :f ,:,' I - lil ,ash A .-' 1'L5.,:,rs. 5 nv- -szz? A - - !'-'S-L, V 1, ggw liiwl W. 2 i E ,- va' 4 I 212 .2 ,,,,:,,,a , ww Sigma Phi Epsilon ' 158 chapters 0 Founded Richmond, Virginia 1901 3 Texas Beta chapter establislzed 1952 Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart Club FIRST ROW: V. Turner, R. Clay, K. Carden, N. Capers, B. Nelson, N. Teplow, G. Culpepper, J. Davis, P. Dickey. SEC- OND ROW: Howard, V. Shelton, L. Craven, C. Stewart, R. Cottrell, C. Farmer, S. Young, S. Fowler, J. Collums, J. Duke, S. Mays, J. Roberts. Sig Eps Promote Spirit Displaying school spirit for North Texas athletic events is not enough for members of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. They extend it to the holidays as well. During the Christmas season, the Sig Eps, along with Delta Gamma, invited 35 underprivileged Denton chil- dren to an all-day holiday party at the fraternity house. The fall semester pledges were kept busy, too. As a class project, the 13 neophytes worked at the Denton State School. Homecoming proved successful as the Sig Ep chapter earned the Talons Spirit Award for displaying the best spirit during Homecoming Week. In the house decora- tions contest, the fraternity was given honorable men- tion. This year a new member of the Sig Ep household - a housemother-was added to the fraternity for the first time. Mrs. Bertha Nelson brings hope of instilling fraternity prestige throughout campus. "We hope that this will start a trend that will present the image that the fraternity members are all gentlemenf, Sig Ep spring president Jeron Stevens said. 'f - , , A, , if ,i ,six-Q.-I ,, 42,1 ,. .V . Q, 'V W f f .xv , F. , V Y fg':.fQ . 'es .mf fw Q - ..... " 1-vi ? 5 Q ,f,, . , ..,- .,... A- I 7' X 'zififkfi W .ff ' 4, . . r' aj E1 Q ,,a.s,il ' f 213 ...- Mrs. Bertha Nelson, House Mother Mustain Putnam Romike Royal Salter Shultz Scott Starnes Tayloe VanDyke Visentine Walker Watts Wilkerson Wilbanks Williams Witt Wisdom -'1'.'1? 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'ttf Q ff N I lu X , A N Q - A K l H 5,0 ,,.,4wW'N" ,Nr-Q 'gym' g MAA ts' 12:6 " iw A - u x A.. X --.- As the frame for the Theta Chi float begins to take shape, members work mdustrlously to be ready in time for the Homecoming parade. . Bates Brownlee M Carley Corn Dodson French Gardenhire ,w Glenn Hix Horton ,K ,f.: f-- , egg. Aw. 7 Huffman f.' W Johnston , ' 'W ' Joplin 2 x ' Koci Lair ----,W '-19 +4 It 3-QQ, . are Q, , ? .rfb 'WW ,-...M Malooly Mashek Matthews MacArthur Minor 'UQ 214 'm .M N., f was A 1 5. j 1 X 4-10' ,00- wm- f 7 if TTR ff- "" 7 --"Hsin ,T has g g T time 1 'lu Ofmonoux it R J on Ui sh Pl v., K il X ta sl at 67 'J 2 Theta. Chi . 154 chapters 9 Founded Norwich, Virginia 1856 ' Delta Phi chapter exfablixhed 1954 X wif KW.-:-s.s . if 3 ,I-"" Sk ,K 'V' '--1-'v Theta Chi Chapter Seeks Improvement Probation can be a saddening affair for a social fraternity, but the North Texas chap- ter of Theta Chi has not allowed such a situation to discourage them. As a result of being placed in this disap- proved status for activities last spring, the Theta Chis redoubled their effort to improve their situation. Because of the suspension, the chapter was allowed only two social functions: a Christmas party and a Homecoming Party. The fraternity was not permitted to bid for pledges during the fall. "The probation has caused an aroused concern to accent our academic work more. It is through this effort that we hope to be fully reinstated in the eyes of the universityf' secretary Bill Joplin said. Mitchell Moore .4-f McCabe Nell t . Q e Miner ' 'i" y "' A, ' -str ' 'BML v-f 1" ,fx- us 'ECW White Wysong Nay Nilsson Peters Scherr Scoggins Stephens Welch Webb Wilson Winters Y"-In ,aces 215 - r,fwELW,WT iIgJl I I .,yf - -' .. I. rf If'- I' ITL---"' DEPARTMENTS IDJACATION IS SOIVIEQ THING THAT A MAN HAS TO FIGHT F'R AN' PULL CUT IV ITS HCDLD BE TH' HAIR IV ITS HEAD. THAT'S TH' REASON IT'S SO PRECIOUS. f4F-F.P.DUNNE , 2 Q 3 .5 Effectiveness Marks Outstandin Profs ,,.,...,. ,...,...........-..... 5 NJ!f Dr. jack Watson, School of Education Dr. Kendall P. Cochran, Dizfision of Social Science 2 ft +1 . ,. ...J V ,M ,, , , pMjgjTgi.'7., Ziff at fe 218 ..,W.., -.i.,,,, .....-,.M........ ......iw......., . Whether or not a teacher depends heavily on class discussion, his own "performance" or teaching aids is of little significance. The mark of an outstanding professor lies in effectively making a course stimulating to the point of learning. From ll6 nominees, seven NTSU professors are hon- ored as outstanding professors by the 1964 YUCCA staff. Selected on the basis of percentage of nomination frequency, an exceptional teacher was chosen from each of the four schools- plus one from each College of Arts and Sciences division. Junior and senior students drawn from departmental organizations were asked to vote for one faculty mem- ber in their major field and one from their school or division as a whole. we .,.g.f- S f . Q WSWS -ff-ee' I I X Dr. John T. Mohat, Divition of Science l ...we W ,fu wil fa y 4 J NNMN Robert L. Stanley, Division of Humanities K V ,JS Q E r. ' , 4 1-.W 1 3 M... I J l .,f' Dr. Paul McWhorter, School of Business Administration Dr. Ellen Wright, School of Home Economics Dr. Edward A. Baird, School of Music 219 31.23323 ij! W7 if ' .xx i 41 3 KI W2 ,R ,., wwwrvw National, Faculty Grants Finance Research . J' we Y-Q' V J 1 3: l wfiv' ki ' . if 2 if R ' 163 .. A fifff' 'J fi 1 ' P .,n , gg. , f X iv W 5 AW ,-y.-.- l, " E 3. S s 5 1 l K I Dr. Silas Griggs, English, uses an original method he calls "Potential- Substitution Distribution" in his statistical study of stylistics. ? ' it t!s., i -' ,g, K -4 Dr. Price Truitt of the chemistry faculty is engaged in a three-year study to develop chemicals with possible cancer-fighting properties. 220 "Every succeeding scientific discovery makes greater nonsense of old-time conceptions of sovereignty," once said England's Anthony Eden. One of the little-known but more important facets of scholastic life at North Texas is research. Research in physics includes building of a Van de Graaff particle accelerator which will produce rapidly moving atomic particles for nuclear researchg in economics, the study and evaluation of economics as taught in public schoolsg in education, the determination of the effec- tiveness of closed circuit television for training elemen- tary teachersg and in music, the study of a repertoire for woodwind and stringed instruments. Research grants from national institutions, both pri- vate and public, and faculty grants provide the finan- cial assistance necessary for intense, time-consuming studies by faculty members. 'ee-at ' ,Sify-r nf 4 Wann: aaa? Dr. David C. McGuire, music, supervises graduate students ex- perimenting with the use of teaching machines in music classes. fa ,f I Ei? . 'X I , ' .filgr- Q 3 , ,, H Q2 'Ni Dr. Pat Windham, physics, is currently building a Van de Graaff particle accelerator which will produce rapidly moving atomic particles for nu- clear research. WW' TOP: Dr. C. L. Littlefield's project, "Patterns of Job De- sign Under Modern Technol- ogy," tests experimental organi- zational arrangements in busi- ness firms. LEFT: Dr. James R. Lott, biology, searches for the effects of x-irradiation on the nervous system and the out- put of stress hormones from the adrenal cortex. 221 wk ,,,, ' I zf 21215 .. . 4- " W' MQ 35. - . ,ws 41 , 41-3 . Y x x - .- , Aww' Qs Y:-'V , ' .asf - X s N' ' 72iWx y W J is X s ,f -4 , xiii- ' . I .vs 'awg' fn- sr: - - ' fi".-Xi 55. -. 1 .,.h,f. ,. . X Q 1'-Z if X In . MAE, -av-'W W N My w S f ,ii , Vanna Ingram, secretary in the College of Arts and Sciences, compiles thousands of records while helping students complete their degree plans. ,M Ar- m Rx ,KS 5, 4 .sewwtxvw:4:zf'aa-.M --..------1 se- 1' MI- 'A " ' ks" WW' Dr. Frank H. Gafford, Dean, College of Arts and Sciencex 222 Colle e Fulfills Twofold Goal Occasionally a disgruntled student- he might even be called pseudo-sophisticated - will pounce on the basic academic design of the College of Arts and Sciences, belligerent- ly arguing that it does not offer an extreme- ly liberal education. But this student doesn't understand the College's twofold goal: While providing the intellectual discipline and cultural experience necessary for a liberal education, the College strives to prepare stu- dents for their chosen professions and for research and graduate study, often practical knowledge and experience is emphasized. Dr. Frank H. Calford is dean of the Col- lege of Arts and Sciences, which is organized in three divisions: humanities, science and social science. Fourteen departments award degrees, which include the bachelor of arts and the bachelor of science. B.S. degrees are provided in biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics, medical technology and library serv- ice. Instruction is offered in Bible and philosophy. A Many Splintered Thin ,N Q - 'tr .. 4' Q ,, 4 K , x 3 H. 1 .. nf., if ' S? ,, Hn F Sh. ' fe. r Angra F 3 Q52-tn +4 v X' 4 Q g . Ir blssglfg xg! . J. my x ll X ,Sie fr 4' iv aff, , I.. 25 il 'si tan? -A .2 ' - ,- L 1. s s. ia? R fi, .. 5 W A Sci 'rs as 1 i ! V HA, ,,, 3, f fa ff! I 3 f ,. I, , .Lf g, if if ,l jf 1 if Q7 7 , .. . I i 5 . 5 is Z Q , . , 51 ' 4 . 1 gs' -' is " W . ,, , Q ' . f A 3 . ' f .sw .5 . K - 1- ' A W , ,,, .af ,X ' a l l i K 2 3 s 1 , ,iii ., I f :J L -r 5 , , fp f 0 " , , , , , 5, . W, ,-... 7 V :-- f at at cet, . L..-.ms 2 1 , X , . . Q W ff f ' J ' , V .,., ' V St f t 'S 'V R , X Q S , S 'l I . , " it .-E: I I 1 ' . , y Z 5 fe A' - . is ,1-'-- ' s - Y' - X ...,.. ,,,,,, , 4 ' ' sf ' m 5. Dr. Cora Stafford, Director, Art Department 1 +A . K ,..w,.-sghhuw Q .. 1 Brushes, palettes, sketch books and wet clay Van Gogh, cub- ism, avant garde and pop art These terms are all part of any art department. At NT they are merged. The history and the basis of art are discussed in rela- tion to their application of these to a career-as designer, edu- cator, craftsman, advertising man. The department offers courses of interest to the nonmajor also. A key ingredient to a well-round- ed education is an appreciation of art. For the major, the department provides full facilities for com- plete preparation. The building houses areas both for work and display. Suites and rooms are designated for interior design, weaving, ceramic work, sculpture and costume design. Advertising art is offered at all levels for those interested in mixing business and creativity. Among courses offered above the bachelor's degree which lead to an M.A. are the study of the physical, physiological and psy- chological properties of color. -52 - . i v - V. sv Fair weather allows art students freedom to work in natural surroundings so they may cap- ditional or more modern style. time is i,. ,W t P it 4' ' 4 ,H QQ T' s U Q . 1 and vt, lf VK gn ,,,, W at j -h 5 "' : l z V ' . tg l Q tsusfsh " 'ii -wr ' .Q J h :naw s . .f di? , ny-aKx:fg,,...:, A ia,kNj',1g. . ' 223 ,b ,. W, n . ., if agp, W7 5 M ,luis 1 A . -1, X, QS' z, Q '-,-v ,A ture outdoor scenery in a tra- "ga xxvr-M ff! 5 4 xt "Q OL? .Q Q. 5,5 I Mr. Gough calls attention to important aspects on a plate prepared by this interior design student which need special emphasis. Visitors scrutinize a miniature layout, part of varied art dis- plays including sculpture, painting and sketches from pro- fessional and student sources. 1 224 Publicity folders, newspaper and magazine ads, brochures and commercial photographs were exhibited on a background of old doors by the Student Association of Advertising Iledgnersin du:faH,lJ9ng the varknw cob ors and textures of the doors, SAAD mem- bers emphasized the different styles of the displayed works which were borrowed by the association from the Dallas-Fort Worth Art Directors' Clubis Sixth Annual Show. The exhibit included several works by North 'fexasexes The association places professional maga- zines in the art building and aids in setting up exhibitions in the galleries. Members also invite professionals to attend exhibitions by graduadng ynnors i FIRST ROW: j. Hill, D. Kepler, A. Campbell, E. A. Bryant, H. Martin, R. Fuchs, sponsor. THIRD E. Sholty. Weber, RO W: ,Q .,,, SQ H rf .. ' N 1.11: Q dw I-'J' ,ws s. A. A. D, Doors Contrast Differences azz. Q KN ' N A J swf ' 5 LEFT: Officers E. Sholty, vice- presidentg B. Normile. publicity chairman, E. Weber, secretary- treasurerg A. Bryant, president. TOP: In an intriguing door display, SAAD exhibits edver- tising styles in the Art Gallery. D. Hoppe, M. Laird, B. Chauncey. .S'1iC.'OND ROIV: D. Dennis, C. Farmer, Dr. R. Williams, sponsor: D. Tolman, J. Braby, E. McLaughlin, B. Normile 3 iw. .IL 533 f A ix A L., mmm ,f-X 52:4 ,. v 'W f If ?! ,ii , fr.: ,gg-nail!!! ,,,1un11ll' up-qnanhllllw gpmganuillli d --:ann-null? S. Mancil B. Brimer 4 2 x ...a 225 S. A. I. D. Interior Designers Club Given National Charter The Student Association of Interior De- signers, previously affiliated with the Dallas chapter of the National Society of Interior Designers, received a national charter in the fall. Frequent trips to furniture exhibitions in Dallas and Fort Worth give association members an opportunity to see work done by professional interior designers. These trips also provide an opportunity for talking with professionals about their work. Faculty member Mrs. Shirley Williams, former manager of a Dallas furniture show- room, spoke to the club and said that a de- signer must be businesslike. Accurate rec- ords are an essential factor in being success- ful, she told the art students. K J gl gag? J J I X if mwwl.. W Qi? OW MCU FIRST ROW: T. McElhany, M. Bennett, N. Roach, S. Doerge. SECOND ROW: B. Owens, J. Lucas, L. Turrentine, J Harvey, N. Bell. THIRD ROW: K. Cary, R. Russell, B. Farmer, C. Gough, sponsor. Officers L. Turrentine, presi- dent, S. Doerge, treasurer, J. Harvey, program chairman, J. Lucas, secretaryg K. Cary, vice- president, T. McElhany, secre- tary. 226 1 wwf it 12 4682... X a ll ff, FIRST ROW: V. Ashley, J. Noll, N. Griffin D Hickman D Merdows M Meredith J Melton SECOND ROW L Shell S Elam, G. St. John, G. Headen, J. Harris T Howard THIRD ROI! L Green R Laing sponsor Is Smith L Floyd M Floyd D. Munden. Student Art Education Association Members Visit Fort Worth Art Center Field trips by the Student Art Education Association, a profes- sional club designed to further the interest of art education, give members the opportunity to be- come acquainted with profession- al art. On one such trip to the Fort Worth Art Center, members studied the sculptures of Jacques Lipchitz. Throughout the year, the twenty-two member club heard a variety of speakers, including two art faculty members. Dr. Georgia B. Leach discussed kiln firing techniques in the fall and Rudolph Fuchs spoke on profes- sional weaving. R. Laing, sponsor. Officers J. Noll, president, N. Griffin, vice-presidentg J. Harris, secre- ta ' D. Munden treasurer, C. W, U , Green, publicity. One of the 'younger sets, on campus is the Costume Design Club, an organization of students interested in the field of fashion design. Encouraged by members of her costume design class, Mrs. Shirley Ezell started the club in September, 1963. Since its beginning the group has gained a membership of 13 students-11 women and two men. Gay Horton, a 1963 North Texas gradu- ate, spoke to the organization on her work Design as an employee of a Dallas dress manufac- . turer. Numerous speeches are planned for F a S h n G u P the future to stimulate more club interest. .s ' .. .. , fa- M wi, W, A Q. 18 r-f ff A-LA FIRST ROW: S. Ezell, sponsor, S. Pappenfus, H. Ward, J. Nottingham. SECOND ROW: C. Chappell, J. Kenley, G. Hen- drie, C. Connaughton, L. Dawson. THIRD ROW: J. Pollson, 1. Crear, N. Ahlfinger, B. Herbert, K. Parker. S. Ezell, sponsorg Officers C. Chappell, treasurer, L. Daw- son, secretaryg S. Pappenfus, president, N. Ahlfinger, vice- president. 228 Varied Religious Views Treated by Courses Although a Bible major is not offered at North Texas, instruction in religion is offered by an agreement be- tween the university and local religious organizations. These classes are taught off campus. One Bible professor said of the courses taught, 'The only justification for the presence of such a Bible chair adjacent to a university is that there will always be maintained the same high standards and even-handed treatment of varying viewpoints and students of dif- ferent backgrounds that is expected of courses taught on campus." Whether it is a study of the ministry of Christ or the definition and origin of religion, North Texans are learning that religion and Bible courses can be an integral part of their campus life. xy Y I E uruvfnsnv e CENTER Qi Servinq North lexus me Eifwcf' ueri W ,mr lexus lnlvmfm: Ustamsmy ss- M- 1 . A UNIT OF p CAMPUS CHRISTMM ffl? TED BIBLE CH IR v " .,..f . 'H' "T :'5gilN'SYI'S: f Q I I '22- Z-3 ' 'avg' N , , 32.17 Stir' .apxxudw AAL, ... Donald E. Gowan, Chairman, Bible Dr. Russell Ware of the BSU, like other teachers of Bible, is always available for student conferences to discuss problems or to answer questions. .1 Frequent informal group discussions are an important aspect of the activi- ties offered at the religious student centers around the campus. 1. 229 Courses Stress Teaching Field From "Whan that Aprill . . ." through "'Tis better to have loved and lost . . ." to "Here we go round the prickly pear," the English department deals with English as literature and as a mode of expression, As is the case in many departments at NT, the English curriculum includes studies designed for the future teacher. There are specific courses designed for the prospective educator-methods of teaching English in high school, a study of the English language, the English language in America and modern English grammar. At the freshman level English is designed to offer the student extensive practice in clear writing which will help him during college. The department is headed by Dr. E. S. Clifton, who is assisted by Dr, William F. Belcher for freshman studies and Dr. Sam Henderson for sophomore classes. 1 ZZ ,W English majors planning careers as high school English teachers and the must go one step beyond studying the various styles of grammar convey may I i A 4 W 4 Q as ,S ax., . periods in literature. They must discover techniques to effectively these ideas in their future classrooms. , jfs ,S LEFT: Mrs. Olna Boaz explains to her Literature for Children classes the types of books and eye-catching bulletin b 0 a r d s needed by elementary school students. TOP: Lu Mitchell of Dallas' P.M. Club was among guest performers at the Sing Out held in December by the Folk Music Club. 231 Sigma Tau Delta Plays, Folk Art Interest English Scholars Membership limited to 35, Sigma Tau Delta, national honor society in English, re- quires a 2.5 over-all grade average. junior standing is required for membership consid- eration in the society. Seeking to promote the mastery of written expression and encourage worthwhile read- ing, the society honors the outstanding senior English member of Sigma Tau Delta at a spring banquet. An outing to the Dallas Theater Center in December, a Christmas party and the annual spring banquet were special events for the society. Sponsored by Dr. Mary E. Whitten and Dr. Lee W. Miller, both of the English fac- ulty, the society, which is one of 115 chap- ters, sponsored the appearance of Julian Long. Long presented Old English folk songs and more modern attempts at musical folk- , Suanne Davis points to original Santa Clauses drawn by l0I'C Ill 3 COHCCIT- Sigma Tau Delta members at their Christmas party. FIRST ROW: D. Bonner, D. Edwards, B. Shuford, R. Humble, J. Titus, J. Patterson, S. Anderson, C. Cole. SECOND ROW: G. Laney, L. Beddow, S. Vaughan, C. Johnson, M. Whitten, sponsor, S. Thrasher, P. Green, K. Boeger, K. Wooden, E. Kuehn. THIRD ROW: L. Henderson, C. Swenson, C. Greenwald, B. Henderson, L. Miller, sponsor, F. Aman, S. Davis, S. Kennedy, D. Thames, G. DuBose. i as ' ' O fwfr X I ,T I..- gh s S 9 'asf W.. we at "' a .ff as .s 425 232 ,A+ ,F 1 wir 51 . ff M L ? .S-4 ,121 ww!! if-J LEFT: Sigma Tau Delta mem- bers initiate the fall pledge class. BOTTOM: Officers Patterson, executive councilg C. Swenson, executive councilg R. Humble, reporterg A. An- derson, secretaryg F. Aman, ex- ecutive council. SECOND RO W: P. Green, vice-presidentg G. DuBose, treasurerg E. Kuehn, president. MJ 153 AL 233 viii X .1 Q6 ,- 'Q' gi- 1 wir an l , as FIRST ROW: L. Nevels, B. Weaver, D. Inman, J. Bearden, C. Henley, P. Whitaker, M. Boyd, L. Hurt, B. Boyd. SECOND ROW: F. Braff, A. Cox, S. Jones, S. MacTaggart, S. Kinser, J. Hart, A. Burk, S. Speck, L. Ramsey. THIRD ROW: E. Hendricks, J. Eppright, S. Shaw, A. Clark, C. Hibbetts, S. Siegrist, C. Cole, S. Williams, D. Perkins. ulffw " 5' isa? WK. FIRST ROW: N. Filippone, J. Philbriek, Williamson, J. Foster, S. Anderson, L. Knight, E. Moss, E. Watson, Cupp, V. Reinle, S. Boyd SECOND ROW: M. Wyatt, L. Guinn, S. Bryom, J. Whitehurst, J. Titus, H. Kale, A. Kinsel, M. Peery, sponsor: K. Goodmon, K. Livingston THIRD ROW: J. Holmes, C. Swenson, J. Thompson, S. Heath, S. Vaughan, C. Darr, P. Gilbert, K. Norris, J. Middlebrooks, J. Reclfearn, D Nloore, E. Kathey, J. Thompson, J. Burkett. 234 Mary Arden Literary Coeds Gain Club Work Training Named for William Shakespeare's mother, the Mary Arden Club, womenis honorary literary group, seeks to give North Texas coeds training in club work. The club, which was founded in 1902, heard a variety of speakers including Dean Imogene Bentley Dickey, who reviewed Happiness Is a Warm Puppy. Other activi- ties included attending A Christmas Carol after a Christmas dinner at Marquis Hall, a speech by Dr. Mary Evans of the School of Home Economics on the importance of dressing correctly and a seated tea in Mar- quis Hall in May. North Texas students Betty Grace and Tom Shuford showed a film and discussed their summer travels in Europe after the initiation of 54 members in November, Membership in the club, which is spon- sored by Mrs. Mary Glenn Peery, is re- stricted to juniors and seniors. Q. Ofiicers J. Redfearn, president: j. Holmes, vice-president, J. Whitehurst, publications oiiicerg M. G. Peery, sponsorg L. Guinn, treasurer. TOP: Mary Arden Club mem- bers and rushees gather in the Education - Home Economics Building for a rush tea. BOT- TOM: Dr. Mary Evans of the School of Home Economics dis- cusses "The Sociological and Psychological Impact of Dress" at a club meeting. 2' Z?gli2.,gii,l 'f gwiti 3 3 X 5 2 .., gs? Junior Mary Sister Groups Honor 60th nniversary Junior Mary Arden joined with its sister or- ganization, the Mary Arden Club, to celebrate its 60th anniversary at a dinner meeting in the Marquis Hall Crystal Room in December. A Christmas songfest was preceded by a presen- tation of the Christmas story by Miss Judy Shulz, a graduate teaching fellow in the speech department. The initiation of 19 new members in the fall, collection of gifts from members for children from the Fred Moore School, a Christmas party, scholarship presentation in the spring to a member who needs financial assistance and the May Fete Banquet were among the events which made the year memorable for club mem- bers. Membership for Junior Mary Arden is by invitation. Only freshman and sophomores with a 2.5 over-all average and an A average in English are eligible. 35 Z FIRST ROW: K. Burton, G. Thomas, A. Gray, D. Ahrens J Harden B Sickler P Leach, D Shxvers C Stewart J Douglas SECOND ROW J Rice, B. Nelson, C. Hill, A. Travis, C. Lowe, E. Reese J Moberg J Mason, L Estrldge C Wilson THIRD ROW F Maples L Weiss J Brown, A. Laird, R. Robinson, P. Pierce, L. Ledbetter, N. Reasoner K ohns i Charlotte Ratliff, Denton Yucca Wh0,J Who-French Betty Tharp, Denton Yucca Who's Who-Spanish r'!'!. Dr. Philip Smyth, Director, Foreign Languages Department Wil Laborious hours spent in the Language Lab in an attempt to catch each word and each inflection prove simultaneously exhausting, trying and rewarding. Languages Emphasize Conversational Method As a requirement for bachelor of arts degrees, foreign languages are in demand. The department offers German, French, Latin, Span- ish and Russian. If further interest is aroused, the cur- ricula offers advanced courses in reading and writing skills. The basic courses are designed as conversational courses with the exception of the classical language, Latin. Language laboratories are offered for building profi- ciency in their language. Learning is enhanced by hear- ing a native speak and then trying to simulate the audial experience. Both bachelor and masters degrees are offered from the foreign language department. 237 Sigma Delta Pi Holiday Dinner Features Spanish Motif 754- , . ., ' Yafi 3, ',,' is 'lv 'K IN fl WW Xfil is ef 'emi l ,fffffa Officers F. Braff, president, R. Guillermo, vice-president, M. Martinez, SCCl'Ct3I'y-tI'C5:lSllI'Cl'. 99 A Christmas banquet-Spanish style - helped members of Sigma Delta Pi, national honorary Spanish society, note the holiday season. The club, which strives to increase the foreign language studentis interest and knowledge of Spanish culture and literature, reviewed color films of Spain and Mexico which were furnished by World Travel Service. The club sponsored a tutoring service to raise money for a student scholarship to Laval University in Quebec. Tutoring was offered in French, German and Spanish. Sponsored by Dr, L. Gerding, Sigma Delta Pi presents an award on Honors Day to the outstanding elementary and interme- diate Spanish students. Twelve pledges were initiated into the fraternity at the October meeting. V,,,cNg3 aw - . ,mme ' 3 ' ...F ' IMP? 6:5 ' -426+ ,fibers "1" 14"-' gp, If l W rs in L S- L. 19 A ,N MTE, i ' '4""' f-1-Q F FIRST ROW: W. Lefier, M. Layton, M. Boyd, P. McGarrity, M. Yaffe. SECOND ROW: F. Braff S. Bursey A. Elliott C Hatche S R h'n B. Tharp, K. Mathis, M. Martinez. THIRD ROW: R. Sanchez, C. Jimenez, G. Rojas, A. Polini, J. Palmer, J. Gerding, sponsor, Wl:,Scribiiirl Pulte, N. Huffman. 238 AL i7t -wr-1 35:61 FIRST ROW: C. Knox, C. Ratliff, S. Anderson, S. Lane, J. Bearden. SECOND ROW: K. Settle, J. Burkett, S. Hagerty, D. Lee, K. Mathis. THIRD ROW: B. Dizard, J. Mackey, K. Norris, G. Yarbrough, G. Canavati, L. Dorough. Pi Delta Phi Society otes To Sponsor Scholarship This year Pi Delta Phi, national honorary French society, voted to sponsor a S250 scholarship. The grant will help an outstand- ing junior French major to attend summer sessions at Laval University in Quebec. Seeking to further interest in the French language, customs and institutions, the club plans its programs around the use of French. A treasure hunt with clues in French and a French beatnik party were special annual events held by the society this year. The society, which received national hon- orary recognition in 1950, initiated six mem- bers in the fall. French songs and games fol- lowed the November initiation. Sponsored by Dr. Marian F. DeShazo, the society presents the jules A. Vern Award omcers s. Lane, vice-president, C. Ratlitf, president, K. Norris, sem- I0 the Outstanding member of the chapter- tary-treasurerg S. Hagerty, reporter. 239 Comprising a major portion of library service Illustrated junior Library series-which must courses are minute details of books-such as the be learned by students who will be librarians. all fe . 'tw , X 1 " 2 f i Q2 4 0 ,Z 4 ff! i ill Dr. David A. Webb, Director of Libraries 4 Library Service Offers Masters Students who have ever been lost in the Main Library or have tried to locate information about seal colonies in the Bering Straits know the importance of trained library personnel, The first 500-level course in library service was offered in the fall. It represents an initial step toward a master of library serv- ice degree. Students already working toward a B.S. in library service may continue their plans or transfer to the new M.L.S. degree. The library service department under the direction of Dr. David A. Webb has two main functions: preparing prospective librarians in all fields and offering students aid in use of library facilities. Sharon Tully, Bellaire Yucca Whois Who-library service ! 1 I 1 1 l 3 Mil 'S' J' I fy 1 5 W , W 'ww 2.1.15- .XII FIRST ROW: P. Rogers, M. Know, B. Lindsey, M. Durham, S. Tully, S. Boyd, I. McKeever, H. Schadler. SECOND ROW: M. Craig, B. Weaver, M. Vaughan, L. Raney, M. Martin, N. Webster, M. Hoyle. THIRD ROW: D. Farrar, S. Summers, K. Livingston, K. Lorigan, D. Furr, L. McCown, M. Putnam, L. Harrell. Alpha Beta Alpha, national undergraduate library science fraternity, presented the library service award to the freshman with the highest scholastic aver- age on Honors Day in the spring. The fraternity, which is one of 24 in the nation, attempts to further professional knowledge of its members and acts as a re- cruiting agency for librarians. Members entertain annually at the Denton State School with a Christmas party, celebrate Founders Day in May and hold pledge initiation ceremonies and a banquet in February. Under- graduate members must maintain a C average and pledges must have a C average in order to be initiated. Prior to the installation of the fraternity, the McCracken Club was a service club for library science. These students became the charter members of Chi chap- ter of Alpha Beta Alpha. Activities of Chi chapter are included in monthly issues of T110 Call Number, which is put out by North Texas library students. The fraternity is sponsored by Dr. David A. Webb. Alpha Beta Alpha Pre ent Honors Day Award dent, N. Webster, treasurer: P. Rogers, secretary. Serona' Row: L. lWcCown, vice-president, L. Raney, reporter. LEFT: Ex- pressive faces and gestures are a familiar part of charades played here to depict book ti- tles at a rush party. 241 TOP: Officers B. Weaver. presi- Y' K.. 1942 Mws- False Movie Myth Eliminated b 'J' Schools Movies took a profession-journalism-and cre- ated an image for its public. But today this misleading concept of nosy Crusaders out to scoop all competitors is slowly being eliminated by journalism schools across the nation. The NTSU journalism department is one of these adherents of professionalism rather than myth. Students spend hundreds of lab and publications hours prepar- ing to enter the news world. Clear and concise writing, accurate headline counting, interesting page dummying, proficient spelling - all are immediate goals of student journalists. Classwork includes reporting, photography, teaching methods, advertising, public relations and creative writing. Several professional newsmen teach specialized courses for the department. C. E. Shuford directs this study. Writing under the pen name of Gene Shuford, he was awarded three first-place prizes for his poetry this year by the Poetry Society of Texas. S Q ? Sus"W"i"F A S Larry Phillips, Rockdale Yucca Wh0's Who-journalism Tom Boone, Larry Phillips and sponsor Robert L. Stanley in- spect copies of the first Chat printed on the new offset press installed in December. The top women journalists on campus play an active role in campus activities as members of Theta Sigma Phi, women's hon- orary journalism fraternity. The women journalists attended a tea in Dallas given by the professional chapter in February where they had an opportunity to meet and talk with active members of the profession. Theta Sigs annually sponsor Top Coed on Campus in April at their Matrix Table. Nominees are chosen by a panel of judges and honored by the journalists. A rummage sale was held in February as a money raising project. Pledges were ini- tiated and honored at a dinner in january at the home of Mrs. Barbara Colegrove. Mrs. Colegrove, group sponsor, is a past editorial researcher on Timo magazine. Theta Sigma Phi Top Journalists Play Role 4 W , mln ""rrSk1.4ry13g,4.aQla Q7 LEFT: Officers J. Rabun, re- porter: V. Brandenberger. sec- retaryg j. Wedge, keeper of ar- chives. Sefmzfl Row: K. Lanier, vice-presidentg B. johnson, treas- urerg B. Russell, president. TOP: Trancey Love carefully places price tags on goods for Theta Sig's money raising proj- ect, a rummage sale. FIRST ROW: J. Rabun, J. Bearden, j. Thompson, N. Popclka, II. Wedge. SECOND ROW: T. Love, V. Branden- berger, K. Goodmon, P. Bryant, R. Reed, S. Quinn. THIRD ROW: K. Lanier, J. Odom, B. Russell, D. Ramsey, M. Hagins, B. johnson. , XX y A . 2:8 4 JT S 2. Z. B W R . . u 'N B X. M -- ---- --1-l-1 Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalistic society, took both a first- and third-place award at the national convention held in Norfolk, Va, in November. President Bill Hobbs, official delegate, accepted recogni- tion for Dick Beene, historian of the chap- ter, who placed first in scenic photography competition. A series of Campus Chat fea- ture stories placed third in the national contest. In November fall pledges were initiated at an area meeting of the professional and undergraduate chapters at the Admiral Qi Community Inn in Arlington. Nick Williams, , , editor of the Los Angeles Times, spoke to S the journalists on the operations of his paper . in gg K. E... ,Y p ipzu ,P -as was ' ,vw , M5-X.. .21 f - A iii S ' wir am. '55 I...- 1 l ,XX x. W., FIRST ROW: L. Holder, S. Houston, B. Hiett, L. Phillips, G. Kimbrough. SECOND ROW: A. Bentley, D. Thorpe, T. Boone, D. Daniels, C. Shuford. THIRD ROW: S. Kiker, D. Beene, R. Stanley, sponsor, B. Cole, J. Bennett, B. Hobbs. Officers L. Phillips, secretary, B. Hobbs, president, T. Boone, vice-presidentg D. Beene, his- toriang G. Kimbrough, treas- urer. 244 ' 2 ft , .- .5 T W. I N..-r iq Y , if.. V' 5 so G- 'As M is 'mr Q I Wi FIRST ROW: R. Reed, C. Ryan, L Grant, N. Popelka, J. Thompson, J. Bean-den, V. Dirks, J. Anderson, C. Heaton, J. Schenk, M. Tatum, K. Lanier, A. Voss. SECOND ROW: L. Holder, P. More, V. Brandenberger, P. Bryant, E. Matula, D. Ramsey, N. Kelley, B. Rentz, S. Quinn, K. Goodmon, R. Bray. THIRD ROIV: S. Houston, B. Hobbs, D. Beene, G. Kimbrough, O. Darby, R. Schuch, T. Boone, T. Shuford. FOURTH ROW: S. Kiker, R. Stanley, R. Busby, sponsorg C. Shuford, B. Cole, I.. Phillips, C. Hines. "He's been shot-the Presi- dent has been shot!" With these words Kenneth Smart, city editor of the Dallas Times Herald, learned of the death of President Kennedy. Smart, who was at the News paper "hotline', when the police reporter phoned, related his ex- periences to members of the Press Club. He and three other Dallas journalists comprised a panel on news coverage of the assassina- tion. The organization sponsored a get-acquainted dance for journal- ism students in October at the University Clubhouse. Summer newspaper interns gave anec- dotes about "on the jobu experi- ences as part of the entertain- ment. Ten student journalists re- ceived Press Club of Dallas Foun- dation scholarships at a joint meeting of Press Club, Theta Sigma Phi and Sigma Delta Chi. A committee of the journalism faculty selected recipients. In the spring the club pre- sented news writing awards in eight categories. The winners were selected from issues of the Campus Chat submitted to Southwestern Journalism Con- gress competition. Press Club Editor Summarizes Experience 'NJ 'wma Agw- Officers T. Shuford, presidentg S. Quinn, treasurerg R. Schuch secretary. 245 Y vice-president, M. Tatum, Dr. H. B. Dalrymple is professor of philosophy. Majors in theories and provide deeper understanding of concepts used other areas often find courses in philosophy help clarify as basis for works and ideas they study each day. Did Old Plato Ever Have It This Good? Success or failure in an individual's life can depend upon his own understanding of his basic philosophy of life. Each person has beliefs on morality, education and religion, but understanding the derivation of these be- liefs is just as important as the action taken in behalf of them. Although not offered as a major subject, philosophy courses are available to students who wish to study theories, logic and ethics of acclaimed thinkers of the past and present and their effect on the societies of yesterday and today. 246 Informal discussions allow students to contribute their opinions and understandings of various topics to fellow classmates. Practical Experience Augments Class Activit The art of speech has developed into scientific speech therapy and a dramatic art since the days when a mouthful of pebbles was used to train orators. Operating under the principle that skills in speech are "learned by doingf' the speech and drama department supplements class- room study with practical experience, Two theatrical groups, which annually present varied dramatic productions, the speech clinic, which does case work, and the closed- circuit television system, which trains stu- dents to stage programs, give speech majors this opportunity. Participation in intercol- legiate debate tournaments helps to develop forensic skills. The department consistently produces award-winning debate teams- competition has been entered for more than 50 years. Speech and drama courses are intended to serve both the speech and drama major and other students who are interested in developing public speaking skills. Dr. R. V. Holland is department director. During area field trips, members of the Radio-Television Club view first hand both external and internal facilities used in news reporting and program planning. John E. Peninger, Bridgeport Yucca Who'5 Wlzoftpceclz and dmnza Dr. R. V. Holland, Director, Speech and Drama Department 247 Radio-TV Club Club Tours Area Stations 'NX Dr. T. Colson, sponsor. Oflicers S. Curry, presidentg K. McGuire, Twenty-five members of the Radio and Television Club got an inside look at broad- casting facilities in the fall by touring area stations including WBAP in Fort Worth, where members watched a live program be- ing televised. A tour of the AM and FM facilities and mobile units of KXOL was taken by members in the spring. Of major interest to the members is an annual radio-TV clinic at the University of Oklahoma in the spring. Club participation in this clinic has in the past produced su- perior ratings for North Texas. Each year the organization sponsors speakers employed in the broadcasting in- dustry ranging from announcers and engi- neers to managers and owners of radio and television stations. Coyle of KVIL radio and Bill Mercer of KRLD-TV spoke to the group this year about the broadcast media. Sponsored by Dr. Ted Colson, the club annually presents an award to the outstand- Sefffetal' 'tI'C2lSl.lI'CI'. . . . . Y mg radio and television student. s nw. -'vw' law? flifri aff. K 12: 'W' '11 i'i"'i "' . r ,X , ,, s Q. M wi w ig' T tm sv 'GMX is FIRST ROW: C. Merrick, P. Haynes, L. Fuller, N. Kelley, J. Worsham, L. Tuckey, M. Wither. SECOND ROW: S. Curry, B Spangler, R. Brown, R. Niemann, 'P. Snodgres, M. Moran. THIRD ROW: K. McGuire, L. Tobias, J. Gable, D. Ross, T. Colson sponsorg J. Whiteker. LEFT: Members witness live television programs at an area station. RIGHT: North Texas' Ben Sheppard and Mike How- ard of Cambridge University team up for a verbal battle with an international flavor. 419' .31 F' te'-la .Wim ta R t + ., ' :qt s Z? ' .7 1 ' '59 0. . P+- " 'W "TI" ' N. ,, . .. . I 'lui - if .,,. 1 ' .-- Q-iff? .-.. . 'iihf . W'-5-7' -- FIRST ROW: J. Smith, J. Goss, J. Frazier, C. Johnson, D. Crocker, D. Butts. SECOND ROW: W. DeMougeot, sponsor, M. Muelschen, J. Prindle, N. Butler, K. Westbrook, G. Gooch, D. Beck, sponsor. THIRD ROW: W. Duff, G. Fargarson, S. Neal, C. Loveless, J. Neal, M. Murphey. Debate Club Forensic Group Takes Tournaments The Debate Club's trophy collection con- tinues to gleam as a result of the outstand- ing forensic ability shown by its members in competitive tournaments. By winning sweepstakes trophies at the East Central State College Forensics Meet in Ada, Okla.g the Bethany Nazarene Col- lege Tournament in Oklahoma and the Colden Spread Forensic Tournament in Amarillo, the club is fulfilling its purpose of providing students with an opportunity to develop forensic skills through participation """' M' in intercollegiate events. Sponsored by the Institute for Intemation- al Education, Boyd Armstrong of Houston and Ben Sheppard of Denton met an inter- national debate team on the issue: "Resolved: Should the United States recognize Red China?,' A debate between North Texas graduate John Swaney of Sherman and Donna Butts of Garland and two British debaters from Cambridge was televised in color over a local television station. During American Education Week the club argued on the national debate topic, "Resolved: That the Federal Government should guarantee an opportunity for higher presidentg G. Gooch, historian. education to all qualified studentsf, YW Oliicers J. Frazier, treasurerg B. Duff, president, J. Goss, vice- 249 i1 One of the controversies among speech therapists involves whether psychotherapeu- tic methods should be employed along with customary speech therapy techniques in cor- recting speech and hearing losses. Sigma Alpha Eta, national professional society for speech therapists, is designed to create and stimulate interest in such aspects of speech therapy, Members-some of whom attended the Texas Speech and Hearing Association at Corpus Christi in October-learn through discussion and guest speakers new trends and concepts connected with their Held. One of the speakers this year was Mrs. Margaret Clarke, Denton Public Schools' speech thera- pist, who spoke on "Education of the Deaf." Q32 tifaffw-il LX s IIR91 RUI1 R hlltchell P Anderson C Ralfond D Cainer E Nickelberry, L. jackson, I.. Scroggins. SECOND ROI! S Snow B Platt N Littmann Collins I Alford S Taylor. THIRD Rl7ll': G. Ayers, E. Batza. ...A -vm. 'aff 1, 'rv vs X , an fx I '7- -fa if-J. ' 3 - W' 446- FIRST ROW: L. jenkins, F. Fuller, C. Armstrong, J. Esslinger, C. Crumley, J. Short S Danwill J Wright SEC OND ROW S Hamil ton, B. Lubbers, P. DeGroot, M. Smith, B. Foard, S. Thompson, L. Coalson. THIRD ROW B Walters D Dearmm K Ledlow T Donald, D. Currie, B. Bowles, A. Poe, M. Seelig. A miniature academy awards presentation climaxes the theater season for the University Players as outstanding members receive awards for roles in certain cate- gories in campus dramatic pro- ductions. A tired curtain did its best to mar the production of Candida in November, but an alert stage- hand pulled back the drapery and the play went on. Candida was the first of four major pro- ductions presented by the Play- ers. Other productions included A Christmas Carol, The Miraclr,, Worker and Othello. Christmas Carol, sponsored by USNT, fea- tured the Madrigal Singers. Membership is limited to those who have completed 25 hours of stage work. Dr. Stanley K. Ham- ilton sponsors the Players. LEFT: Under the sponsorship of the University Players, ama- teur actors and actresses, such as this coed in Candida, enter- tain North Texas students. RIGHT: Officers K. Ledlow, president, P. DeGroot, vice- presidentg S. Thompson, secre- tary-treasurer. University Players Awards Climax '64 Theater Season . L C? Za 5--as r kb, ,Mr 'ff 3 251 Re earch Prepare Modern Biologists Various distinguished members of the biology depart- ment are involved in research in the many phases of modern biology. Dr. David Redden, for example, uses rabbits and other small domestic animals in search for possible explanations of bone loss in outer space. Courses in the department are designed to prepare the biology student to enter the fields of professional biology or to do further graduate study in any of the fields of science, as well as prepare those students who plan to apply for admission to medical scools or go into medical technology training. Student participation in research projects by faculty members serves as an important facet of their training. Directed by Dr. K. G. Silvey, curricula is offered leading to either the degree of bachelor of arts or to the professional degree, bachelor of science. .jfq ,F ., ww , ., ,.,2fm,,N , W i ' ' Q . iw ' A e week ,fri wk, . k sm .0 ifggggfff 4 , . 1,-,f'X7' fkay 1 iw, MQ " ' ' I ' . - f , , , 'WW Qfufq' W' vmemrzw Dr. II. K. G. Silvey, Director, Biology Department A 1.4 Water dipped from Lake Dallas was used in mineral and mud content studies by biologists as a basis for later experimentation in Oklahoma. 11755 ,lit -GT"f9"' Bobby C. Battles, Seymour Yucca Who's Who-biology 252 Speakers from biological and chemical re- search and their applied fields prominently figured in the year's program for Beta Beta Beta. Dr. K. G. Silvey, director of the biology department, summarized for the Beta Beta Beta honor society NTSU achievements in fresh- water biological research. Chartered in 1947, the Delta Zeta chapter assists with many scientific meetings held at North Texas. On Honors Day, the organiza- tion presents a medical dictionary to the Scientific Achievements Observed freshman biology major maintaining the highest scholastic average. The society entered Dr. Archie Roaclfs research vessel, the USS Niaid, in the Home- coming parade Hoat competition. Sponsors of the fraternity are Dr, H. E. Schlichting Jr. and Dr. Edgar A. Schlueter. TOP: Tri-Beta members increase their knowledge through extra- curricular projects. LEIVT: Officers G. Turner, historian: W. Bond, vice-president: R. Telfair, presi- dentg J. Schulgen, treasurerg J. Wallace, secretary. FIRST ROW: M. Johnson, J. Wallace, J. Harwell, M. Droitcourt, J. Dillard. G. Evans, G. Turner, A. Flinn. SECOND ROIV: H. Schlichting J Schulgen, D. Moore, P. Forsyth, B. Lamar, D. Dellinger, G. Tucker. THIRD RUIV: K. Matthews, B. Battles, W. Knox, J. Barton, M. Gilley H Odom, J. Anderson, K. Killen, A. Freeman. FOURTH ROW: M. Scarlett, D. Francisco, S. Engelbergf, E. Schlueter, W. Bond, R. Telfair, B. Mer ritt. J. Hines. . --..t xx ir 339' .""ei ami lv fab 'i"9'W lug .aw il? M' 5. .2 , in uv ' is A fx ,,,.c. k'l'1 hemistr Facilities Recogni ed by Society Recognized by the American Chemical Society as possessing the facilities, library, curriculum and research necessary for the training of professional chemists, the chem- istry department attempts to prepare the student to teach or do research in his chosen field. Faculty members, assisted by outstanding chemistry students, are consistently involved in research problems of great importance to the advancement of knowledge in this field. , 519' - Dr. L. Carrico, Director, Chemistry Department Joseph T. Witkowski, Fort Worth Yucca Whois Who- chemistry fx X 'iii' its y 9255 Q S fi , X se 85 sf Q W Ns- R w These students reveal expressions of fascination, intent concentration and expectation as they measure the gas volume in the determination of a reaction rate. Members of Alpha Chi Sigma, national professional chemistry fraternity, inspected the wooden mock-up of a plane which has the advantages of a helicopterls vertical takeoff but the speed of a winged plane. This was done on a tour of Dallas' Ling- Temco-Vought in December. Beta Eta chapter presents an annual award to the outstanding sophomore chem- istry major and assists scouts in their chemis- try merit badge work. Texas Instruments in Dallas was one of the electronic companies visited this year by Alpha Chi Sigma the organization. Tlis Edward W. Mehal if discussed transistor assembly at the frater- ' nwsfaudim hemlstry Society Tours Dr. L. Carrico and Troy Tidwell spon- v sor the local fraternity chapter. a I U .4 , E Q., W A ,lwsr-kv? 'Qt-K WM ww FIRST ROW: D. Thigpen, C. Ludeman, J. Waller, M. Archer. SECOND ROW: G. Turner, J. Stockton, E. Wittemyer, W. Henderson, E. Ellis. THIRD ROW: W. Kinstley, O. Sparkman. Officers D. Thigpen, reporterg J. Waller, vice-presidentg C. Ludeman, presidentg M. Arch- er, treasurer. , 255 lviathematics has progressed since the days when mathematician-philosopher Thomas Hobbes tried to square the circle Cunsuccessfully it might be addedj to modern mathematics where clarity is being stressed in the teaching of math. Although languages have changed and mathematics has become more involved since the stage of the "three Rs," basic math concepts have remained the same. The math department at North Texas attempts to pro- vide students with an appreciation and understanding of math from Euclid to Einstein. The department strives to train professional mathe- maticians and teachers of mathematics and prepare students for further study in the many fields of science, engineering and business. Although North Texas has no school of engineering, students may complete the first two years of an engineering curriculum. 155 Mary K. Russel, Fort Worth Math Strives ,,.,.. u. . ,, . MM, ,-mm... E i I Q . i 1 1 Z l 9 ii 5 i I 1 ,Z . u4W a,, ,W 4 . for Clarit 4 6 hi 4 X Xilmssf X N hmmkwxxe EMI s H f zz F, . , 5 .Ja ' 'f ' ' Yucca Who's Who-mathematics Dr. Herbert C. Parrish, Director, Math Department Explaining homework problems g Y like this lattice graph allow E math students in Dr. john T. M0hat's classes to demonstrate understanding of new material. - 4 P. J '09 fa """"'f' "" .Zi ms - .Gsm 219 W FIRST ROW: M. Buchholz, B. Kotch, J. Phillips, C. Porter, G. Pittman, B. Thompson, S. Wilson. SECOND ROW: J. Cools, J. Allen, C. Kimberling, D. Edwards, A. Durham, M. Russel. THIRD ROW: P.Lewis, C. Tillerson, J. Harper, B. O'Brien, J. Dreisbach, A. Copp. Kappa Mu Epsilon Math Club lnitiates Freshman Contest A freshman mathematics competition night was sponsored in April by Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honor society in mathe- matics. Math tests were given to freshmen who wished to compete, winners received engraved sets of math tables. Earlier in the spring, Dr, William D. L. Appling of the math faculty spoke to the society on assorted rocketry. The formal purpose of Kappa Mu Epsilon is to bind together in a common fellowship those who are serious students of mathe- matics. On Honors Day the fraternity pre- sents the Freshman Math Award as its spe- cial award of the year. The society was founded in 1931 at North- eastern State College in Tahlequah, Okla. The Texas Epsilon Chapter was established at North Texas in 1951, replacing the Mathematics Club. The 40-member organization is sponsored by Dr. John Ed Allen. Paul Lewis served as president of KME, which initiated 23 new members in the fall. The familiar surroundings of a mathematics classroom provide the setting for a fall initiation ceremony honoring 23 new members of the society. rr Wy urer: J. Cools, vice-president. 257 Officers A. Copp, secretaryg P. Lewis, presidentg S. Wilson, so- cial chairmang J. Harper, treas- V. Y,,Y- Physics Student Pre ent Paper to Academy Q , I A ' ' Proof of something smaller than the infinite parts of iv A ' A the atom could mean the forming of a basically different f qi f form of quantum theory. This is the stand taken by senior physics student Albert Jackson in his theoretical paper presented at the collegiate level of the Texas Academy of Science. His research illustrates the opportunity offered by the NTSU physics department on graduate and under- graduate levels to apply principles learned in the class- room to practical experience. The department received a 359,000 National Science Foundation grant-to become effective in June- which was earmarked for research, financial support for six students and purchase of equipment. Dr. I.. F. Connell, Director, Department of Physics As many of their problems involve the use of the slide rule, this giant model is used to demonstrate correct procedures. William P. O'Brien, Pilot Point lrlllfbll l1'ho'5 Iflfhof-pllyszics X A is 1 1 if ,,,,A, Qs . 3, 4 During a freshman physics lab, students record their findings while conducting an experiment with electrical circuits. 258 A. I. P. Louisiana Teacher Talks to Physicists Members of the American Institute of Physics, North Texas Student Section, were briefed on "The Viscosity of Liquid Helium" by Dr. R. G. Hussey of Louisi- ana State University at a joint meeting with the Tri-Cities Physical Society in the fall. Besides guest speakers, professors from the physics department contribute to monthly meetings by telling of their re- search projects. Organized in 1952, the club limits mem- bership to physics majors and minors who have maintained a high average in their fields and in their other courses of study. Sponsored by Dr. Pat Windham, the club confined its social activities to fall and spring picnics. A giant electromagnet being used to determine the reaction of electrons to forces in a metal environment is one of the fasci- nating things in the physics lab. FIRST ROW D Phler A Jackson W Rlrltpatrlck J Fielder C Parker, M. Russel, J. Ray, P. M. Windham, M. McAnally B Martin H Mollenkopf SECOND ROI! J Gentry R Echols W Waller S Morphew, C. Kimberling, J. Bray, D. Tadlock, T. Taalfe B Vaughn R Budwme THIRD ROM P Gronstal lx Smith M Rlccy B OBrien, J. Harper, J. Pool, K. Hathcox, J. Wilson G Cawlfield H 'f 9' -- , kj .. ,,,,,, ,am Serie Include Eco Authorit Created 27 years ago, the economics and sociology department trains students to enter social work, teaching, government or indus- try after graduation. In the economics division, courses range from public utilities to comparative economic systems. Sociology courses offered include crime and criminology. Graduate work is offered in both divisions, Economics students were especially inter- ested in the University Lecture Series presen- tation of Leon H. Keyserling, who discussed unemployment and automation. An eco- nomic adviser to former President Truman, Keyserling has served as counsel to commit- tees in the U. S. Senate and House of Rep- resentatives in the past 30 years, .5-sw The use of graphs and curves to help explain various relationships or to show changes over a period of time are frequently helpful to economics students. ..,. Z .3 IJ A ii :Q , 'tg Q, M . if E' ,. mwa- S Tu' Dr. H. J. Friedsam, Director, Department of Economics and Sociology L john Oliver, Tioga Yucca Whofv Whof-economics Richard Teague, Fort Worth Yurffz l1'lw't Who sociology Ji-if" f Ii- ? .4 2 E li f I 5, 1 W f . 1 ,3, v , Q' X' .. 5 K a WI 1 .,. , , 5, M, W4 ff ship . ,. ,Xb K l X rp ,, ' i s aa r H W X M W, ,W wry!! L KX, fx .. . 1-35.4 I sv x Z In nc Q ff 'J . ' E - 4 . , 'K r 37' 5 5 fr 0 A ' f ,f Q " 4 N V as wa..- 1- ,f few Trip West Recalls Year's CI ss Stud Lectures told themg slides showed themg but a bus trip spanning 7,000 miles through the western sector of the country recalled all classroom study. Geography students who took advantage of the field trip course last summer spent five weeks studying first hand the geographic regions, historical sites and popula- tion centers of the Western United States. Lee Knox was faculty sponsor. Directed by Dr. Walter Hansen, the geography de- partment offers a curriculum designed both for geog- raphy majors and those majoring in social science with a concentration in geography. f ? ,aw-Riffs Dorwin Lee Bowman Fairport Harbor, Ohio Yucca l4f'h0's Who ? g e 0 g r a p h y 7 f HRM - aff Z 3E,W', 5 ffl, yg .x , " yn f U X, s - 2 MW' ,M .mas-.....' J' Dr. Walter Hansen, Director, Department of Geography Nelson Leo demonstrates for his geography students a visual aid, the map projector, which is a lighted globe that puts an image of a map on a plastic cone. 261 Director's Pos tion Filled by Newland Ur. Chester A. Newland was named director of the government department in August of 1963, filling the vacancy left with the death of Dr. Sam B. McAlister the previous spring. Thirty-three-year-old Dr. Newland, who received his B. A. in government in two years at North Texas, joined the staff in 1960. Through the facilities of the department, North Texas students learn the basic fundamentals of citizen participation in government regulation as a means for improving community conditions and citizen life. Students majoring in government are trained to be- come leaders in municipal, state and national affairs. This study - at both the undergraduate and graduate levels - may lead not only to governmental service, but also to careers in foreign and diplomatic services. A social studies convention hosted by North Texas featured several exhibits and speakers. Participants broke up into in- It formal discussion groups. Q ft H+ . e ,,,,a,..31.t, AQTWITEES mmuniefxtmq' Aiii iiii W mwmymg f PB fveswrlinq misfit? if l: R A N C E jfqetmzmgi Jroducingll ,OHS ev-vmqf "llJf'k:il'.f3Q Brovidingr Rniilflgl LSA ' T "sf , I 1 ,. 'fe -3-it W fiamn-'v'.iiif v l Wkmvilgf' X john W. Cobb Denison Yucca Who'5 Who- gozfernment W.. X ne? ,la J. qvw hasta, -Sw-2 FIRST ROW: B. Shipps, L. Moyer, G. Emmons, M. Morris, M. Fore, J. Ensey. SECOND ROW: J. Killings worth, S. Baker, J. Crossland, R. Grillin, J. Hightower. THIRD ROW: D. White, T. Linguist, P. Hubbard. Chancery Club Interests Promoted In Self-Govern ment "When the people don't care, they have a poor government and when they are con- cerned, they have a good governmentf, Rex Jennings of the Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce told members of the Chancery Club in November. Interested in promoting intelligent par- ticipation in responsible self-government, the Chancery Club heard Dallas Mayor Earle Cabell discuss "Municipal Govern- ment and its Effect on the Metropolitan Areas" and a panel of state legislators dis- cuss Texas' legislative problems. Sponsored by Dr. Chester A. Newland, the club also heard retired Judge Ben Boyd of Denton speak on "The American Heritage and Covernmentf, Judge Boyd was in the Texas Supreme Court System for 34 years. it Officers J. Ensey, secretaryg M. Morris, presidentg Second Row: Killingsworth, reporter: M. Fore, treasurerg J. Hightower, vice-president. 263 Facult Helps Boost Pre tige of Department R is 'Nev I-Yx,wF,,,,....-ff' lf" hi On the graduate level many courses are taught in a seminar fashion. At informal meet- ings students discuss subjects related to papers they will later present. Dr. Frank H. Gafford, Director. Department of History fi 264 In addition to a 40-course curriculum, the history department helps to promote an understanding of yesterdayis events through faculty and student activities. Two faculty members were prominent in boosting the prestige of the department: this year. Dr. Keith Eubank was invited to speak before the American Historical Association in Philadelphia, where he discussed German responses to American diplomacy. Dr. Dale Odonfs article on the problems of a post- Civil War Southern railroad was published in the December issue of Southwestern So- cial Science Quarterly. National history honor society Phi Alpha Theta sponsored a talk by the chairman of the Texas Christian University history de- partment, Dr. Donald E. Worcester spoke on the Spanish resistance to change in Spain and South America. s N s l""'x 5 10 Marion Morris, Dallas Yucca Who's Who-history ,3.ma.....m,....... . Dr. O. J. Curry, Dean, School of Business Administration Bu iness Sugg t Challenging Future Challenges much like those of the changing business society are offered to students enrolled in the School of Business Administration, where areas of concentra- tion include accounting, banking and Hnance, business education, insurance, management, marketing and sec- retarial administration. To its students and ex-students, the school maintains a Business Employment Service, personnel officers from more than 100 companies annually interview graduat- ing seniors who register for this free service at the beginning of their senior year. In November, two members of the business faculty, Dr. Vernon V. Payne and Dr. Ruth Anderson, were among nine guests throughout the nation who attended a demonstration tour of the International Business Ma- chines QIBMJ plant in Lexington, Ky. The fall of 1964 will give opportunities to students working on their master of Business Administration or master of Business Education to choose from additional courses covering the fields of management, business services, finance and marketing. .. .1 aww- - y-rgftffa w fgi ifiilfk, ,W Qglx . f Y , V-U s ,A , r , Q f f ' f, ' if 4.157133 35,2 . gg f 1, -sg, , , 45 sassy' ,Q S 1 3 'J Wifi." 'K 5 , W' in " -ax 1 r f 1.,.. 3 A Q s i , , , is , f x X X V ,i . gi f ,Pu-mg S .xx x, .. 195:91 fx .5 K 'sqm Q x M, as , 'Wm is n... s. wsirrm' w ,, wa, ' 1 Being able to change the ribbon and 'to make the necessary adjust- ments is just as important as punching the right keys. Robert A. Marshall, Abilene Yucca Who's Who-finance and insurance 265 RIGHT: Business periodicals, publications and reports found in the business library are help- ful sources for students doing research. The room also serves as a quiet place for studying. BOTTOM: Illustrated speeches make the speaker's topic more realistic for the audience and allow him to develop his self- confidence in front of others. A f , Q .ilvvftw i , 5 LEFT: Part of the displays open to visitors at the FBLA Con- vention were exhibits portray- ing the objectives of FBLA and ideals of the individual clubs. RIGHT: Participating clubs also entered scrapbooks which contained a pictorial record of their activities, projects and awards during the year. mv It m'x ,- Q. . iz Q mt: 1 , N N . 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'z M N m , wa 1 Q X ,M f ' ff Sh 'V fx -fwf W Msf 16 Xsfflj 59' 1 , x is ' sf XX Z 4 A Ofzx f , f f XM Q f WK s an of fffzs f, x y Ali QQ s 'W 4' S .p 4411. f , aw ,, . ,awww ,awww WNQMW ff ,,,,,...-.f-1 ,..4,,...Nw-www Wm 0 qw ' ts, W 2 . -mgm,u,,1f A is W., ...M mum 267 Edward R. Bacon Fort Worth Yucca Who's Who accounting Paula Autry House. Gunter Yucca H'ho's Wlzov secretarial rzdnzizzistratiozz r .. .. 'Q' I1 f J. 5 gff. gf 'X ' ' f yd ' I' . . Q 4, ,, Q' l J. hug 1 4-4 , ,v - 25-AL I x-,fj'1tg2..5t,,L".f. xv? , '?7,fi':.'53:5.I5,'.. -' ,, -, -f Tix.. a Y"-if 'i... ' .- ' z, Eddie Claunch, Sherman Yucca Who? Who marketing -I ,pf gs A M , .w 1 X z ,.,. IA, Yi- X e ,wt ,M- , f I dv . rs 'vw William A. Mathews, Paris Yucca Who'x Who,-fmanagement ff" wwf Betty Sue Boyd, Vernon Yucca Wh0'5 Who-buxznexs education I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I t I I I I In 11 LEFT: Art in business students use the display windows of Den- ton merchants to transfer class- room learning to professional situations. H e r e , Sweetbriar Shop is the project for illus- tration of advertising methods. BOTTOA4: Throughout the year company representatives come to the university expressly to interview business majors for jobs or to hire management or advertising trainees. 2, .A .Y sum f, X f 1 155, ff? ,V M18 Frequent practical drills and numerous exercises are part of the techniques used in short- hand classes to increase each student's speed and accuracy. LEFT: Feminine voices sing out with a Christmas melody which captures the tranquility of the holiday spirit during the Phi Chi Theta Christmas party. RICJIIT: College coeds become children again when Santa be- gins passing out the goodies. FIRST ROW: E. Byers, R. Perez, N. Filippone, M. McLeod, S. Young, E. Kelley, D. Whipple, E. Hendricks, C. Patterson, S. Weber, S. Bralley, B. Boyd, S. Beyette. SECOND ROW: S. Remy, J. Oakes, J. Stiles, S. Granstaff, j. Thomas, S. Hill, G. Sargent, P. Gilbert, C. Henley, B. Book, P. Reed, N. Williams, C. McMullan. THIRD ROW: C. Gary, B. Berg, L. Keswick, M. Wom- mack, J. Thompson, T. Lasseter, M. Harris, P. Pender, N. Reed, J. Phillips, D. Denney, P. Wheeler, J. Bummass, j. Coons. 270 I Phi Chi Theta 'National Key' Award Given Phi Chi Theta, a national fra- ternity for women in business, was organized at North Texas in 1924. Purpose of the 50-mem- ber organization is to promote competent business education and training for all women. Projects of the fraternity this year included a coffee for mem- bers of the business administra- tion faculty and presentation of the scholarship award, Phi Chi Theta National Key. Social activities were planned around the Founders' Day ob- servance, fall and spring initia- tion banquets, a Christmas party and a party for freshmen busi- ness majors. Sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cox, members of the fraternity will attend the na- tional biennial convention in Dal- las during the summer of 1964. ,VV2 1 W' W 7 WZ, wwf f f ' ' , 4 Y, amy, As prospective women in the professional business field, Phi Chi Theta rushees mingle during one of the rush functions held in the fall. Officers D. Denny, asst. vice-president, G. Sargent, president. Second ulfow: J. Coons, secretary, J. Stiles, chaplaing M. Mc- Leod, vlce-presidentg S. Granstaff, treasurer, -I. Thomas, corres. 271 ,, .Nh rag, Q : Qui ff. fi 5-4 , , ff, .ae A Q, .9 , ' 7341! W2 4 " -1 10 6 lt qs' Wwhx 'qt' 'v i 5? .Wa W5 ..... ...E time -- QQ- em. AMR '-W. R- ... X M- E.: A FIRST ROW: YV. Bettis, K. Dodd, M. Ferris, J. Dudley, Myers, S. Weber, S. Yeager, M. Schimmel, R. Robinson, P. Hutton, M- LOIIIOHHCO. .S'Elf.'UND ROW: C. Gazaway, Rowe, D. Burkley, D. Bankston, T. Eubank, G. Shultz, R. Gustavus, A. Van Meter, N. Deaton, V. Whaley, H. Pigg. THIRD ROIV: J. Edwards, B. Tillet, D. Vines, E. Bacon, Brinker, D. Hearn, G. Alexander, N. Wells, M. Turner, D. Rigsby. FOURTH RHIIY I.. Wehunt, T. McCullough, R. Walton, J. Nelson, H. Perkins, G. Payne, C. Fry, G. A. Robason, sponsor, K. Templeton, R. Creed, D. Zimmerman. .,- 4.98.1 'Ni 9 Ubi m' 'VOL A 1 W vhs, f WY? 'lf .. ' ,JUN ma ' - J .. .x, , an K , , Q 1 sag. -M .vllh-sq W, 1 "' far lim- Sk Mg GRN LQ: was l"Ilf.S"l' Rwllf' J. Gates, CI. Moore, A. Goode, R. Clark, T. Loftis, T. Whittemore, H. Jackson, C. Tolbert, J. Mosty, R. Hickerson, R. Taylor. SEC- Hfx'1,' lffflif- T. Boozer, H. Ilrskine, N. Hamilton, Danier, Hodgkiss, H. Reeder, R. Henson, Taylor, J. Peeples, A. Squire, C. Gray, Hall. THIRD Rflllf- IJ. Sonnenhurg, W. Sonnenherg, Dr. I.. Paden Neeley, sponsor, R. Grace, S. Smith, R. Taylor, Evans, H. Barth, C. Reynolds, C. Stam-liff, B. Powell. l"Hl'RTl1 RUl1'.' J. Coker, M. Harris, L. Stallings, Wight, C. Young, R. McMinn, E. Koelper, R. Brookshear, Spencer, T. Alvers, Etheridge. 272 Alpha Lambda Pi Outstanding Senior Given Cash Award Edward R. Bacon of Fort Worth was awarded a S500 scholarship as NTSU's outstanding senior accounting student at the February meeting of Alpha Lambda Pi. The cash grant is presented annually by Haskins and Sells, an international account- ing organization. Composed of students interested in ac- counting as their professional field, Alpha Lambda Pi held its fall initiation banquet at the Ramada Inn. Club members are tutors in the account- ing labs for students taking introductory accounting courses. Social events for the year included a fall banquet with Dr. james L, Latham of the business administration faculty speaking on "The Story Behind the Story," a spring picnic and a pie-and-coffee meeting. Dr. L. Paden Neeley and G. A. Robason sponsor the 200-member organization. K E gl P f ' fm' ex ,A wif rz 1 V 4 4 E 'g . aw I ,f L. P. Neeley, sponsorg G. A. Robason, dent: C. Young, social chairman. ,j Q., 392 H , ,a 4 Af, K. A in X 7 5 iff' .J -at . ,Q z sponsor. Officers R. Gustavus, presi- TOP: At the fall initiation ban- quet, members forget numbers, books and accounts while spend- ing a sociable evening at the Ramada Inn. BOTTOM: Guest speaker Dr. Latham ffourth from rightj finds the dinner table quite a change from the auditorium lectern in his busi- ness administration classes. 'Nba :J Y I .A sfilf S mix ii lgiin y la 'Q' Iipm 'z -NK K 3 Nz? 1 'sf' -f --A IIRS1 IxOll lN Filippone, W. Woodall, A. Dorsa, B. Berg, D. Mitchell P Gilbert D Denney N Reed YICOND ROM B Brown J Paysse Inely C Taylor, A. Harrison, sponsorg K. Russell, Dudley, R Davis M Conn THIRD ROH B Adamson R Taylor E Claunch R lhrTLAllSICf sponsorg D. Epley, B. Warren, L. Horne. FGURTH ROI1' L Owens ,I ones, D Philips M Allen P McWhorter sponsor A Cox sponsor R Varner, G. McClure, C. Currin, J. Pettit, J. Shields. Marketing Club Professionals Speak To Business Club Aiding business majors to gain a better understanding of their chosen profession, the Marketing Club each year invites pro- fessionals to speak at the clubis monthly meetings. The Marketing Club is recognized by the American Marketing Association as the largest afliliated collegiate chapter in the nation, It boasts 230 members. The theme of the Eighth Annual Market- ing Conference held in the spring was cen- tered around the contribution of the Dallas Trade Market to manufacturers, wholesal- ers and retailers. For social activities, the Marketing Club holds a fall banquet in December and pic- nics in the fall and spring. ,.WixW 1 ' fry W is 1 sf lm lx ...E The desire to contribute to their education and a big appetite encourage members to purchase luncheon tickets from Art Stiles and Mike Conn for the Annual Marketing Conference. cfmww Tv 90' 'iid W mfs A 'CS' WW an my FIRST ROW: B. Murry, S. Cole, E. Parker, S. Primeaux, M. Schinnnel, G. Rice, S. Young. SECOND ROW M Christian B Mahaney, D. Hoffman, R. Mitchell. THIRD ROW: E. Brounstein, D. Hazard, R. Bittel, J. Dollison. 275 .QQME x Cf ' Q- C' fam., .9 f 6 ,Y ' Q fir, 38 FIRST ROW: N. Reed, B. Hamilton, L. Craven, C. Gray, B. Cree, C. Hinchman, C. Miller, Rodgers, B. Boyd, L. Henson. SECOND ROW: C. Ferrara, M. McDermott, li. Parker, Magnum, B. Murphy, D. Mitchell, S. Harpool, K. Strain, S. Cansler, K. Ibsen. THIRD ROW: R. Clark, R. Fitzhugh,T. Linguist, D. McGuire, R. Griffin, F. Gillis. aw-.gy 'C'-'Ur 540. I"IR.S'T ROW: S. Young, G. Rice, S. Schick, D. Lange, M. Cox, P. Williams. SECOND ROW: Stiles, Phillips, B. Barrington, P. Pender, N. Reed, N. Carr, B. Fairman. THIRD ROW: Purser, P. Pace, Black, A. Gallo, sponsor: N. Beal, B. Harbeck. 276 Phi Beta Lambda State Presidenc , Four Trophies Won Phi Beta Lambda hosted the state Future Business Leaders of America convention here in February. Four first places and the presidency were won by the NT Chapter. D. A. McGuire was elected state president of the college division, Phi Beta Lambda. First-place trophies were awarded to Pat Powell, named Mr. Future Business Execu- tiveg Sandra Anders, chosen Miss Future Business Executiveg and Riley Fitzhugh, se- lected Mr. Future Business Teacher. jeflie Johnson was winner in the vocabulary con- test. A record 606 representatives from 30 high school FBLA groups and seven Phi Beta Lambda chapters attended. During the year the fraternity held a get- acquainted party for prospective members, a Christmas social and spring dinner. On Honors Day a plaque was awarded to the outstanding secretarial science major. I in 4' at i Q , ,Q Officers R. Clark, reporter, R. Griffin, treasurer, S. Schick, secretary, J. Phillips, president. 5 o ,,.. c a . X 'E m 1 .s 5 0 Q QQ vs . : ss gas' TOP: Future business execu- tives listen with interest to their predecessors during the FBLA Convention. BOTTOM: They may be future executives, but right now they're still kids hav- ing fun at the convention-spon- sored dance on Friday night. Iota Nu Sigma Who's Who Award Given Each Spring Iota Nu Sigma, insurance club, presented the club's annual Who's Who Award to the outstanding insurance student in the spring. The award is presented within the club at a regular meeting. Social activities for the year included spring and fall picnics at the lake cabin of Charles BI. Thompson of the business ad- ministration faculty. The formal purpose of the club is to en- courage the idea of service as the basis for the insurance profession and to promote the study of insurance in terms of its highest ethical standards. Glen L. Taylor, Thompson and Dr. Jesse F. Pickerell serve as sponsors of the 25- member organization. Bob Marshall was president for the year. P QQQ. 3015? if . av, . , .. ,v.,f .. K , it s 'M 1 ' ,,,. .. ,Jr tina. E 'fig' ?: ' V , . , Q Y E s N A il gun... r Z X , Q if no Q SYS s Officers P. Grider, vice-president, J. Pope, secretaryg B. Marshall, president. f "Q PS Q' . so K7 WUI?" I' Zam- Qc- I lg ,KSU Q an-p ,W ' 945' Q91 316' my if 44W S FIRST ROW: D. Padgett, J. Knippel, M. Christian, E. Parker, G. Jefferies, B. Marshall. SECOND ROW: E. Bonner, C. Thompson, P. Brady, B. Crouch, G. Taylor, sponsor. THIRD ROW: S. Rus- sel, B. Daniel, J. Loyd, J. Pope, E. Hord. William Harding from the Dal- las Association of Insurance Agents speaks on issues and de- velopments in the field of prop- erty and casualty insurance. 278 we c 9.7, Subjects ranging from controls in mod- ern business to production in the needle industry were explained by a variety of N speakers to the Society for Advancement of Management this year. The monthly in- formation meetings featured men who excel in management and related fields. WM SAM presented a scholarship plaque on Honors Day to the management major with the highest grade point average. Purpose of the society is to serve as a medium for the exchange and distribution of information on problems, policies and A methods of industry and management. Also members have an opportunity to meet and make contacts with professionals. Dr. Frank Rachel and Dr. Henry Sisk sponsor the organization. Q! LW Q49 sf .A , F it , 'zctiff LEFT: Officers R. Davis, pres- 'bv ident: S. Moore, vice-president, B. Van Dyke, secretary-treas- urerg P. Chichilla, social direc- tor. TOP: Scott Myers of Texas Instruments explains "Manage- ment Development at TI" to SAM members. FIRST ROW: B. Boyd, C. Holloway, J. Eure, J. Knippel, G. Creel, B. O'Dell, B. Daniel, B. Crouch, D. Epley, P. Chichilla, S. Moore. SECOND ROW: J. Tate, W. Kirk, R. Taylor, S. Aaron, R. Gullett, J. Watson, M. Irwin, B. Mahaney, T. Lasseter, B. Van Dyke, S. Beyette. THIRD ROW: C. Carver, Parker, R. Koen, J. White, L. Patterson, C. Bailey, L. Boswell, L. Owens, R. Davis, M. McNutt, E. Bonner, F. Moore. ,,..... ff 9 ,. 4 .Mags fgikuaf, im Aw- ,mms . ' x , "' " - Q , P gmt 5 Q 'mpg '77 Aw E005 mv' 9 mm., ms' "QT mfiiii 'B' .T -v .....sA'k'X.... w if t jg, A,,, NL ' '13 'm' 279 Pi Cmega Pi Honor Club Requires Scholarship, Service -.. , .X Officers P. House, treasurerg B. Boyd, secretary, P. Callaway, presi- dent. Pi Omega Pi, an honorary business edu- cation fraternity, draws its membership from upperclassmen with a 2.0 grade average in business and education courses and a 1.5 over-all average. Because of the numerous business societies on the North Texas cam- pus, Pi Omega Pi remains strictly an honor club with emphasis on scholarship and serv- ice. As its annual service, Pi Omega Pi recog- nizes the outstanding business student with the presentation of a plaque on Honors Day. A Coke party was held in October to rush qualified students interested in becoming members. Mrs. Gale Poole and Mrs. Earle Veatch are co-sponsors of the fraternity. 'Um' . ...s FIRST ROW: B. Boyd, P. Callaway, M. Cox, L. Hughes, G. Rice. SECOND ROW: P. House, J. Ramey, C. Henley, C. Henley, P Pender, C. Hinchrnan, J. Landers. LEFT: Timed shorthand tests determine the rate of improve- ment in a clerical skill neces- sary to be a good secretary. RIGHT: By going through a process of elimination, Pi Omega Pi members can select the most qualified person for the annual Honors Day plaque. 2 F' 2 R 1 ff 'if fs i l "il , ,,, 5' ,, ? 1 415- Q1 . 0 .,. Q ,, an an - ' E- PZ. ,sr ' - , with if .mth FIRST ROW: W. Bettis, C. Stancliff, E. Brooks, G. Schultz, S. Yeager, K. Pretz, SECOND ROIV: R. Carpenter, J. Peeples, R. Brook- shear, E. Bacon, R. Taylor, J. Wight. THIRD ROW: T. McCullough, R. Walton, J. Nelson, E. Koelper, H. Perkins, G. Payne. Beta Alpha Psi Fraternit Gets High Rating ln lnterchapter Competition 'Jia Officers J. Wight, secretary, G. Payne, vice-president, K. Pretz, treasurer, H. Perkins, president. 281 Beta Alpha Psi, national professional hon- orary fraternity in accounting, was organ- ized at North Texas in the spring of 1962. Beta Pi chapter annually engages in a na- tionwide interchapter competition set up on a point system to determine the outstanding chapters. Points are received for various activities such as review labs, extracurricu- lar events, meetings and scholastic standings of members. For the second school year of 1962-1963, the NTSU chapter was rated 18th out of 62 chapters which participated in the contests. Social events for the year included a Homecoming reception, fall and spring in- itiation banquets and meetings and dinners with a Dallas professional organization. Faculty member Dr, Stanley A. Self told the fraternity "How to Get Along With Your Accountant" in the fall and an NT ex, Sam Catter, told members about his "First Year in Public Accounting." Sponsored by Nelson G. Sullivan, the fra- ternity annually presents the chapter's Ex- cellence in Accounting Award. lisa:-'--"' 1 'vw WJ . K ,,w' an 56'-Q' N,,,,,.,-,ln 11" 1 'sv . f . , - , 2 gf fwfr! lf' ', wr X .QQ . , - lejf Z -9' Dr. A. Witt Blair, Dean, School of Education R 3 xv Q r ix ,wx .,1 71 ., . tt., ST ' J u V. M-.fr y 9 Mg '. ' 2 A 1 , ' ' ' V -r fm' . . , . H f iffy. " V is 7' f W' E, I " fi., .. ' '- , 6 Q, ' - i ' 'rf ' ., A I iii ' f X ' wk 4 'wx 'M I 4, w , A , I i X. N t a aa. a f .1 iw -H --f4-a.. ' ' i' " I-A .Mm A, AN' I ,gm ,,., W N 4444,,' M 1 vw. . 'Ni w ' V, V V' 'iff , ,,,,.,,,,, , I ! f v f as ima- ' X mh .. x I .., W , JM +I. iff s H2 W I1 Carolyn Burkett, La Grange Yucca Whois Who piychology 282 .. ,Uri-5-R.-..-.. - YW T tudie Project In Teacher Training North Texas has been selected as one of four schools in the nation to conduct a project aimed at improving the education of teachers through the use of new class- room technology. The project is aimed at the nationwide use of new media, such as audio-visual material, programmed in- struction and closed-circuit television, in the college training of future teachers. Its basic purpose is to im- prove the undergraduate education of persons training to be classroom teachers. Preliminary steps call for recommending a set of ubehavorial goalsi' or courses of action that should be stressed in the education courses required of all fu- ture elementary and secondary teachers. By integrating these goals into the teacher-training courses, future teachers should learn to recognize situ- ations when the use of new media could aid the ex- planation of a subject in the classroom. T Q9 A ,iii -. ' ' ' if M-swam J, ""- il 1:-3-:fi-2:--.-1 - X is es s., fs 'egg N Wfitrwtfn 6 O W ...lg 'ar "" 5 if sv Q-.,lM. UNB' 9 4 1 Education students observe actual classroom situations on closed-circuit television as they learn by the new method. I I9 vt W "3 s 4 sq, .ff f f, it 'J yjj ,Q v- ,, Q -Z Z X , 4 MMMN 1-2 . if i x ,J 0 'Q s 'PY cr ' I Ni, Larry Dee Lessly, Denton Veretta June johnson, Lubbock Yucca Whois Wllofsecorzrlrzry education Yucca Whois Who elemenlfzfy erlufatzorz cw . S 'W x i W. is I z I s . Q iii! S ,. s sc f N. MIDDLE LEFT: Even before the students arrive each morn- ing the student teacher has put in numerous hours preparing bulletin boards and lesson plans. LEFT: Interested faces respond to each facet of learning she presents as the cooperating teacher evaluates her work in order to give helpful criticism. IWIDDLE RIGHT: From the classroom to the playground, the student teacher continues her guidance to help build her pupils' bodies as well as minds. -4--.wt-r....,,Ng fs ,W ,1 UNK, 0-sf., 1 VW' Industrial Arts courses provide education majors with basic skills in areas such as basket weaving and copper tooling for use in classroom art instruction. as-re' I Q 6' it i if Tis NW f'1...'f' ,. .. " A 1 4, ,. ,, TOP: Stuart Chilton, a doc- toral candidate, appears before a panel of professors who ques- tion him about his field of study in an oral examination. RIGIIT: The artistic and crea- tive abilities of these girls are given a thorough test with the variety of interesting and color- ful displays, bulletin boards and exhibits they must prepare. WN Psi Chi Honor Club Hears Talk -W On Group Psychotherapy 'wt-My Psi Chi, national honor society in psychology, stimu- N' lates student participation in the lield by providing ac- tivities on and off campus. WM.-., W John Gladfelter of the Southwestern Medical School spoke on group psychotherapy during the fall initiation banquet. The director of the Sunshine Home in Dallas, N. D. Patterson, was guest speaker for the spring initiation ceremony. He discussed the club's field trip to the home in the spring. Children at the Juvenile Detention Home in Dallas . ' . 1 . Y ,,. , . . . Qffwers NA Jost' Secretary. C. Burkett' presldem: J. Cox' reporter: J' were entertained by lsr Chi members during a series Berry, treasurer. of visitg ,KH mnwib rms N v 0 J , ... QQ as my 17' .usp as-fuk Ha.: FIRST ROW: L. Dreisbach, J.p'Cox, N. Jost, R. Hankins, C. Burkett, B. Baker, K. Williamson, J. Berry. SECOND ROW: C. Munselle, P. Ammerinan, W.hitehurst, A. Copeland, D. Ramsey, L. Baxley, L. Knight, M. Bonney, sponsor: K. Nlahaffey. THIRD ROIV: C. Turnbo, G. Davis, J. Cottmgame, D. Bobbitt, D. McCarley, S. Kendrick, D. Matlock, E. Kooker, sponsor. 285 Officers M. Rush, secretary: Dr. James H. Dougherty, sponsor, Popelka, president: E. Kuehn, vice-president, K. Livingston, his- torian, J. McDonald, treasurer. Kappa Delta Pi 'New Methods' Set As Society's Theme 6'New Methodsu was selected by Kappa Delta Pi, honor society in education, as its program theme for the year, Speakers were invited by the organization to discuss new math, educational television, team teaching and teaching machines at its monthly meet- ings. The largest pledge class in the chapter's history - 62 students - was initiated in the fall, in the spring there were 54 pledges. Membership in the society is on an elective basis. Two delegates from the local chapter - Judy McDonald, treasurer, and Dr. James H. Dougherty, sponsor - attended the na- tional convention held Feb. 26-28 on the campus of Purdue University in West La- fayette, Ind. The 150 members held a Christmas party for the children at Denton State School and sponsored a picnic at Lake Dallas. fu? , FR MWA, nj ..... Adam FIRST ROW B Kinney, L. Hurt, M. Johnson, C. Brannen, D. Bonner, L. Jenkins, B. Loyd, L. Volcik, J. Griffith, P. Gray, N. Popelka, W. bnderwood J Bearden. SECOND ROW: B. Stewart, P. Baker, W. Leller, E. Nichols, D. McCormick, J. Johnson, L. Turner, S. McLeod, S. Anderson Ii. Cathey, J. Thrash, E. Kuehn. THIRD ROW: G. Pittman, J. Dougherty, B. Kotch, L. Goalson, C. Cole, A. Burk, E. Smith, S. Gar- rmgton S Faundron, D. Aplin, J. Holmes, J. McDonald, L. Turner, M. Rush. FOURTH ROW: G. Canavati, B. Martin, S. Siegrist, C. Dennington, Davis W Earp A. Steuber, P. Patterson, A. Kinsel, P. Rogers, K. Livingston, J. D,Avignon, L. Gillum, G. Johnston. 286 -..fa -H-.s f--2 M. . sf as FIRST ROW: D. Kjer, sponsor, L Hurt, J. Hudgins, C. Karr, M. Turner, B. Friedlander, C. Earnhardt, D. Shivers, B. Atkinson, K. Knowles, J. Fehmer, N. Nobles, B. Usher, L. Jenkins, V. Reinle, P. Conrey, J. Teddlie. SECOND ROW: J. Holmes, C. Dennington, A. Daniel, sponsor, M. Littrell, J. Males, C. Peery, M. Morgan, S. Abernathy, J. Redfearn, W. Lefler, B. Stewart, G. Schmidt, S. Carrington, P. Johnson, J. Johnson. THIRD ROW: M. Rush, R. Hampleman, sponsorg P. Deavenport, M. Rodriguez, J. McClearin, D. Thomas, Jones, C. Lumpkin, J. Pond, K. Ludden, N. Hunt, L. Miller, D. Aplin, E. Smith, S. Richin, L. Coalson. FOURTH ROW: J. Thrash, L. Shell, S. Martin, N. Pritchard, G. Culpepper, J. Brown, V. Boswell, P. Malone, N. Connally, G. Pringle, P. Splawn, W. Earp, sponsor, J. D'Avignon, C. Johnston, D. Bowman, E. Cathey, L. Turner. The North Texas Association for Childhood Education was or- ganized in 1936 and has since worked for the education and well-being of children. In 1938 the organization became a branch of ACE International. Four delegates from North Texas attended the TACE state convention in El Paso in the fall and the ACEI study conference in Portland, Ore., in the spring. Events for the year included a 6'Show and Tell" program with fifth - grade and second - grade students taking part in a pro- gram about classroom activities, a display of children's work by junior and senior student teach- ers and a speech by Dean Witt Blair in the spring. Field trips included a visit to the Carrollton Elementary School for a Christmas program and a tour of KERA-TV, the educa- tional station in Dallas. Service projects by the club included contributions to the chil- dren's book fund at the Denton City-County Library and the Childhood Education Center in Washington, D.C. A. C. E. Tots Turn Thespians In 'Show, Tell' Spree 287 Pg -. , forth to leach- Une drab and and one a and MFWQ 5 . wffwff' TOP: ACE and SEA members pay dues and register for the ACE-SEA Coke party. LEFT: Officers J. Feh- mer, historian: R. Hampleman, spon- sor, L. Hurt, president, P. Splawn, secretary, V. Reinle and P. Conrey, vice-presidents. Two teachers once went rw-C .4 , IIRSI AO!! F Snow, B. Atkinson, K. Knowles, M. Turner, L. Miller, M Rush J Johnson R Housewrtght V Remle J Teddlie L Coalson lx lnmgston B Hutson, L. Hurt, K. Jones. SECOND ICOIV: N. Pavelln lx Ixirlt J Beirden Redfelrn J Fthmer S Hagerty N Connilly S Renshaw 'Nl Harris, P. Clonrey, li. Robertson, J. McDonald, li. Clathty M Springer IIIIRD ROI! M Rodriguez COUIIIQIIIIC B Shlpps C 'Nlrben D Rosson I.. Haubert, J. Holmes, B. Fisher, M. Davidson, D. luttrell D Bowman C lerriri S Carrington C Earnhardt IOL RIH 16011 Cl Pringle C Hatcher, A. Steuber, P. Stine, Cl. Cole, B. Ainsworth l Shell D C lI'l'lS0ll S Siegrist Laird Bray B Brown M Russelt E Smith S Martin, G. Dutton. S. E. A. NT Chapter Reigns At State Meeting The gold trophy signifying the best chap- ter rating was copped by the North Texas chapter of the Student Education Associa- tion at its state convention in Houston. Selection at the February meet was based on chapter activities for the year. In addi- tion, Doris Shivcrs was elected state vice- president, the NT club's yearbook won a blue ribbon, and Sharon Ciuyer and Polly Jo Pillow were named to serve on state committees. Formal purpose of the group, whose 625 members comprise the second largest of the 62 Texas chapters, is to prepare education students for leadership and responsibility. The organization sponsored speakers at its meetings. Included were Morgan Moses, an NT graduate student, Dr. John Curry and Dr. C. Cl. Williams of the School of Education, and Gary Gore, Texas Tech student who is Texas SEA president. 288 I ,I I II I I the gold trophy won by the NT 'I chapter at the state convention ,I in Houston. Miss Shivers was elected vice-president at the I meet after a vigorous campaign. V II I it I S A.-. .aaa-K -, 4. I I I I I I I I . I I . I I 'I I I II I I H I QI I QW.-. tj.. 7K......,..,,,.... - . Sf A W f, I IFIRST ROW: E. Grona, L. Bragg, V. Jacobs, L. Jenkins, J. Westerfield, B. Loyd, C. Hetherington, J. Patterson, G. DuBose, E. Kuehn, N. I IPopelka, J. Berry. SECOND ROW: S. Spuller, G. Meredith, C. Lumpkin, L. Weiss, B. Brown, S. Garner, Brown, L. Turner, D. Latimer, S. iWallace, B. Friedlander, S. Abernathy, B. Buckner, B. Boyd. THIRD ROW: B. Brice, E. Shwadlenak, S. Jones, B. Barrington, S. Coleman, J. IPrindle, J. Ramey, M. Worthington, V. Boswell, J. Tuttle, L. Owen, C. McCrum, M. Johnson, M. Rohde, B. Stewart. FOURTH ROW: B. Davis, C. Johnston, S. Guyer, L. Turner, D. Baker, R. Souter, J. Pond, R. Robinson, E. Baer, K. Keese, M. Beard, W. Leller, S. Wilson, P. Malone. I I I 289 I I I II I , 'V I I, II III II Ig Sophomore Doris Shivers hugs c - L P M 5.-l 1, an e. Q N L ' : :. 4' s 3 .fs ' - ' ...L ,-sf ' Zia' .fa . I 'sb , Q s in 'I' .lf .......a 1:1 FIRST ROW: J. Burkett, E. Seay, L. Gillum, N. Hunt, E. Moss, D. Dawson, M. Ward, D. Shivers, N. Nobles, E. Hampleman, C. Stewart, A. Voss, B. Usher. SECOND ROW: C. Emmons, P. Sims, C. Ferris, R. Warren, D. Aplin, J. Alders, R. King, P. Pillow, M. Breeding, B. Nelson, C. Dishman, C. Karr, G. Schmidt. THIRD ROW: B. Rentz, S. Jones, M. Moore, D. Moore, F. Sullivan, D. Credille, R. Perez, D. Lange, P. Barnett, D. Marshall, J. Stockard, E. Mayes. FOURTH ROW: B. Kotch, B. Kinney, P. Baker, J. Lauderdale, A. Copp, G. Canavati, D. Beavert, E. Carroll, B. Hrbacek, J. D'Avignon, I. Dittner, M. Blanchard. self' ,. .-W , W i A Q Q , x is if if 1 wr' 5 Q A , , Q in S ' -ul Z , "" f ..,. , s .--'. . ..., W W SEA members remind education profs of Ameri- Back from state convention, SEA attracts attention from the can Education Week with bespectacled apples. UB crowd with a window display of awards and mementoes. 290 wg' 'f 73 hx. ,S i 4 lf ...,, ,,,. . .. Wfwfvacws i Ai 4 Lo- f g,a .. f ghhigms-"" WK QQ A Dr. Jess E. Cearley, Director, Department of Physical Education fel John Savage, Detroit ucca Who's Whofnzenh physical education :QW 'Q PE ccents Dual Goal Cf Fitness, Preparation Physical fitness for all students and teacher preparation are goals of the physical education department, North Texans must have four P. hours for graduation. For physical education majors, practical work is combined with classroom lectures. In November a Play Day was sponsored by the recreation in American culture class, About 800 Girl Scouts and Brownies were entertained on the Lab School field with stunts, games, a sack lunch and hootenanny. Due to the increased popularity of gymnastics, members of the faculty began preparations for a summer workshop to include theory and demonstrations of dance and gymnastics. Talana Hadsell, Fort Worth Yucca Whos Whoa Loonzerfs physical education On the run-physical education majors play a practice game of field hockey. This is only one of many games they may later teach. N IA M Wzmvy, ,M Z l I -X was , x w. , 'af . "fi r 7' swf ,M X tag- - fs. .,,W, Q , f 1? M, 71. 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Hs' fsiekasxsvf Q-we ' iw , . jam M L ' ' ' if U in we ",a1'S'9"5"j,.--X f as ' j X Xt 1: A we WX ' ,,Q.g,,, A' . g' vf 4 X ' 4 if ' , ' if f 'f if ' . V ,. , t , 1 . P Q ' '-Si" I ' ,fsv"1' cc.. Q x ' , 'M ., AX f ,. ar. -f X ' ' f - ,-,- as , I " 51855 ae " av B' ' 4 ,unisex Y in 8 6,5953 in il sv ,331 'T ' " g,,, .U , . A1 M. ... ,au , f . A Q L f X sell . 35 .-wx. IIRSY ROI1 F Fulton M. Wheeler, E. Hanipleman, Bumpus, A. Chapman, Litty, D. Wooldridge. SECOND ROW: R. Hall, House, W. Hudgens Goode T HN, D. Parks, D. Bailey, sponsor. THIRD ROIV: S. White, j. Glazener, E. Supina, B. High, T. Taylor, J. Watson, sponsor. The outstanding event for the year for the Men's Physical Education Professional Club was the state convention of the Texas As- sociation of Health, Physical Education and Recreation in Lubbock, Dr. Jess E. Cearley, director of the department of health, phy- sical education, and recreation at North Texas, presided over the 40th annual asso- ciation convention in December. The organization, chartered in October, 1962, promotes the standards of and interest in the field of physical education. In May the club's national convention was held in Washington, D. C. Officers E. Supina, president, R. Hall, vice-president: E. Hamplenian, parliamentariang M. W'hceler, sergeant-at-arms, S. Whitc, treasurer. 292 Men's P. E. Pro Director Cearley Acts As ead of P. E. Parley ws P Delta Psi Kappa, national pro- fessional honor fraternity for women majoring in physical edu- cation, financially sponsored a girl at Denton State School - a project to promote good mental health. The sorority presents the Beu- lah A. Harriss Scholarship Award and the Delta Psi Kappa Schol- arship Award annually to out- standing students in physical edu- cation. Activities for the year in- cluded a tea celebrating Found- er's Day in October, a banquet held at the Ramada Inn and participation in chapter installa- tions at colleges throughout the State. Sponsored by Mrs. Gloria Sea- man Browning, the sorority in- itiated five pledges in October. Delta Psi Kappa Physical Health Promoted Sponsor Mrs. Gloria Browning, officers S. Abercrombie, histor- ian-publicist, N. Munn, chaplaing C. Cody, secretary-treasurerg T. Hadsell, president. awww... iff., ,+ 'a--,A f mfs' was we-is FIRST ROW: N. Munn, T. Hadsell, G. Browning, S. Abercrombie. SECOND ROW: M. Cohn, P. Caldwell, B. Bension, I. Caton, C. Cody. 293 J. " mack? X 'F . S, kg.. .1-'R 4 5.5 . A h--:L - ll ' a 5 ' if , 'fs 1' L J ,q.. , . ,,,, , Y 'S ' -fs. f ' z ,T 1 V ,,g, x, ku ,I mfnr., N. ' "f X"-5 . " -Y f. -,eg .' X 1 ' N T ,IN fx - ligiklw melitwrsf.-.'f.. X 3 , l T W r -sa, sa, f ass.. . . S ,M , s Q + 2 X ' X as Rf'--sr' -'sn - " f P -QMEEX - it A wi I r X- --51,158 ' '31, if .1.Q,24l' sl V . X se- V . - 'M J. 5 ' fg s . . . ' 1 f lyk, f - X , ig-ig 5,I..x'i1' f ' N , .... A5 is . . ' I ' i,:,f:f1 "fm , T ' l -i-1-sgssf W J ..:a:,. ' . 1 ,, ,- " Q.. as-U ,f:..":a .- ,Q -lj? Officers M. Freeman, vice-president, B. Martin, secretaryg M. Haley, presi- dentg B. Neeley, treasurerg L. Smith, reporter. 'ZS I 'v ,N if - sf JL Women's P. E. Pro Bellam Discusses thletes' Behavior Basic needs for belonging, self-esteem, se- curity and self-fulfillment have influence on a player's behavior, explained Dr. Roy Bellamy of the psychology faculty at the November meeting of the 'Women's Physical Education Professional Club. His talk on the psychology of coaching or teaching sports was only one in a series of speakers to the 90-member departmental club which was organized to promote lead- ership and professional standards in the field. The group annually attends health, physi- cal education and recreation conventions of Texas, Southern and national associations. ...am - 'EDS 0224- .svgyu -, a ,,. 1444? FIRST ROIV: J. Fisher, M. Millerd, B. Neeley, K. Richmond, G. Mitchell, C. Cody, N. Hynds, M. Newby. SECOND ROW: C. Daniel, W. Malone, M. Freeman, B. Martin, Schmitt, L. Allen, J. Stricklin, R. Pilkey, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Goodwin, B. Lacy, J. Murphy, J. Pringle, C. Earp, P. Caldwell, sponsor: D. Seals, J. Pelton. FOURTH ROW: B. Anderson, M. Cook, G. Browning, spon- sorg F. Enlow, Gill, M. Haley, L. Smith. Volleyball at one end and badminton at the other kept Play Night spectators busy turning their heads. The event in the Women's Gymnasium was sponsored by the physical education club. .QC ,,, My I A 9 - A .1 ,313 QWW l 7 i fa of "' Q ,ii Q ' 2 'ZW , , A Q h . ,,,,,,, l, ,mm .111 iw fm 4 J 'HS Il I W M FIRST ROW: J. Ansley, C. Scurlock, S. Wattner, B. Shuford, M. Layton. SECOND ROW: l.. Ohde, C. Tyre, Houghtaling, J. Green, E. Piginan, G. Warfield. THIRD ROW: B. Benison, sponsor: J. Goodwin, S. Floyd, D. Puckett, H. Bowling. Mgdem Dance Club Spinning like animated tops, leotard-clad figures mimicked the movements and in- C structions of Miss Toni Beck. Staff chore- h 0 g P h e r I n S t r u C ographer for Dallas Summer Musicals and State Fair Musicals, the lithe dancer con- ducted a master dance class in the fall for members of the Modern Dance Club. She explained to those interested in jazz dancing that "you need to know a great deal about dance before you can do jazz wellf, The Modern Dance Club presented its annual spring recital in May. 'W A an Ollicers E. Piglnan, vice-president, B. Shufortd, Rhythmically swaying to the inusic's beat, a sea of upstretehed hands president, M. Layton, secretaryg C. Tyre, his- at first awkwardly imitate the graceful gestures of Miss Beck. torian. 295 Officers S. Phillips, secretary B. Beyring, treasurer, A. C Stinson, vice-president, D Rainey, president: V. Dirks, reporter, C. Bailey, dude cap tain, J. Christian, exes' cor respondent: J. Harrell, dude . captain. . e aww? .Aw it il 3:1 3 We' all We-Q 'imma ,QV- 3 ml asf ..,,, S 5 ,im ,. E you . 'Q '5 an Q B7 FIRST ROW: J. Harlow, J. Jones, S. Mayo, N. Wheeler, J. Turner, B. Beyring, C. Kerr, S. Scott. SECOND ROW: C. Sikes, K. Carpen- ter, J. Christian, J. Merriman, H. Allen, D. Rainey, B. Bailey, S. Phillips, M. Chaney, K. Fitzhugh. THIRD ROW: V. Dirks, S. McKee, W. Morris, H. C. Stinson, C. Bailey, H. Ingram, E. Hamrick, J. Harrell, C. Fryar. Los Caballeros Old West Reflected In Riders Hoping to reach their membership quota of 35 with "dudes,', members of Los Caballeros entertain guests at a hayride rush party on March 3. Cone are the days of wagon trains, cattle roundups and Billy the Kid. But a bit of the Old WVest can be found in Los Cabal- leros, the horseback riding club at North Texas. As part of their western activities, members of the horseback riding club have barn dances, wiener roasts, evening trail- rides and hayrack rides. Proudly exhibiting their riding skills, members took part in the Homecoming pa- rade. During dudeship, the cowboy equivalent of pledgeship, new members of Los Cabal- leros competed with old members in riding games, rope pulls and Indian wrestling. Prof ppointed Secretary at Convention Dr. M, D. Williamson of the industrial arts depart- ment faculty was appointed executive secretary of the Texas Industrial Arts Association during its ninth an- nual state convention held at College Station. Dr. Williamson was president the past year. Several mem- bers of the North Texas delegation took part in the special interest sessions at the meeting in February. Offering almost 50 courses, the industrial arts de- partment provides basic instruction in courses ranging from pattern making and foundry work to measure- ment of manipulative skills and technical knowledge. Graduate work is offered in the department, W ,as we We W' Q if Qs fi lf X f ix fs. 7 is Y W Thomas Ansley, Houston Yucca Wh0'5 Whoeindustrial arts This house designing class is part of the two-year program North Texas offers those who wish to major in engineering. H .M W W 1' -gut: lnzxnllulllllf-vnunnlwlv l -4-7 ,in-unuiu--as - 'til . "1u.,9wfbuv-ew Z xg ...... ,,.....,...-,... Q,,.,.,...t,u,.,,.r.. ttt, ,n 'Mews 1-uiinfvx- L.-.....,...,. l lv lfxib 3 Dr. Earle B. Blanton, Director, Department of Industrial Arts . X i vy A K I, V fm, tQiuusr""' Proper maintenance as well as skills in the use of the lathe and the drill press form the basis for instruction in metal classes. 297 .tuilents Tour GM Plant Twenty-five members of the Industrial Arts Club attended a meeting of the North Texas Industrial Arts Association in the fall and were then given a tour through the General Motors assembly plant in Arling- ton. They watched the assembly of auto- mobiles from the frame to finished product. Following the tour, one of the Arlington plant's directors held a question-and-answer session to explain General Motors' hiring and personnel management system. Discipline problems which student teach- ers must cope with were discussed by a panel of student teachers at a fall meeting of the club. The group voted to hold the panel each semester as part of its regular activities. ' 'N . 1 -dia -sr ,Mg A M 5 . 7 ' ,mls 1 ' , f ' ' AN tgrq ,i 49 A A. , W K MMG . sawn. HF M K In 3 " I '08 W ' 4. M: fq- ,, , Q. -L IQ 0 w 'Q - G if MP" ..T. 4 im! . RWD? ,Mas Tv '31 t FIRSYI ROWi J. Sams, D. Collander, W. Schneider, L. Foster, B. Stevens, R. Ardis, R. Padgett, R. Kile. SECOND ROW: J. Mahoney, R. Iliff, C. Rodriguez, D. Cox, F. Roberson, S. Westmoreland, C. Anderson, C. Hodnett, T. Arterburn, A. Peters. THIRD ROW: R. Russell, J. Neeley, R. Ansley, P. Hansen, J. Fitzpatrick, S. Crutchfield, R. Petter, G. Dutton, W. Lusk, J. Teal. 298 1' if -. 1 x , I Q' -. f . .QI XM ,124 If 4? amd! I. A. member Richard Iliff entertains children at Denton City-County Day Nursery on the swing set which the club built and gave to the preschoolers. Officers B. Stevens, presidentg B. Schneider, reporterg P. Hansen, pledge captaing R. Ansley, secretaryg S. Crutchfield, trcasurerg D. Collander, vice-presidentg Neeley, parliamentariang R. Padgett, constitutional adviser. , 299 Dbservation ids Nur ery Workers The School of Home Economics now of- fers major emphasis in child development which previously was a sub-category of home and family life, Aiding in this study is a unique raised observation booth above the classrooms of the Home Ec Nursery School. Designed to seat 10 observers, the booths give opportunity to watch the youngsters as they work, play and sleep. Observation periods are required for certification of nursery school teachers. Practical experience and lectures in other areas prepare students for industrial home economics and homemaking. Twelve coeds made their own garments and entered the district Make It Yourself With Wool con- test at Texas Women's University. if f""" T, Q- ,., Dr. Florence I. Scoular, Dean, School of Home Economzcs iss - S' .4 ...aw TOP: While studying home improvement, girls construct a miniature replica of a room which they furnish with cur- tains, carpet, furniture and ac- cessories. RIGHT: Dr. Martha Purdom's lab assistant conducts tests for a nutrition project. 300 N, .sr " if X-MN' X W in , 'wr iw Q i gllti ,EP . M 7. Q ii ' I! if is 3 lf if ? A 1 i L lt as W 4 X l 2 is f 7 A X 4. 'ivrrzff . v Melva Dotson, Denton Yucca H'h0's Who-f home economzm f , 7 N, WWW, ,M W ff- , W Z ,mvwy-H From the observation booth, students study the children's habits. Each enrollee in the Nursery School has been carefully screened. We -"" 9 56 fb - Q - 3' 7 v 1 , is Le 5 . ""'r',f'v 9 ff Quliitfvln -in 'N 'ax gg 'I' , 5 of " 1 +, M 4 an 0 Q ,, ft'-'.-it ,ff fe I.. vvvw r f f 3 4 I ' ', - x f Q f, 4',n"' is ,p "9, .s - of xg ini? -if Q. exif D Vg 4, 5 Q swf'-Qw"g of 5 xt gi tf,9,,,91 K Q, ,asc wiki J X, U Q ' D 9 , 1 if it ' . 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TOP: Mrs. Edith Lindley demonstrates to cloth- ing construction students prop- er procedures for attaching the collar to the dress bodice. .: 3, la 6. T, - -. gg -M.. Sf- , rss ...mum Q ... gf FIRST ROW: P. Pierce, M. Eblen, L. Gillum, R. Hall, G. Hendrie, N. Allen, H. Ward, M. Castleberry. SECOND ROW: A. Little, M. Crump- ton, M. Barker, R. Souter, D. Baker, D. Trietsch, P. Felps, P. Hutton. THIRD ROW: M. Janes, N. Poovey, L. Garcia, L. Ward, J. Stoekard Z. Kerr, P. Gulledge. FOURTH ROW: E. Seay, J. Watkins, G. Madere, M. Schimmel, B. Hebert, B. Middlebrooks, G. Hughey, C. Horne I BE- ' 01' Av! ' 4 4... '-4 na. '55, LX! FIRST ROW: K. Lee, E. Snow, M. Ford, M. Davis, Gray, S. Harp, C. Turner, P. Nichols, B. Stallings, J. Berry, K. jones. SECOND ROW: B. Dickerson, C. Callison, V. Jacobs, L. Ramsey, A. Reese, A. Parker, M. Plummer, Watson, V. Lumpkin. THIRD ROW: D. Read, Foster, C. Houston, N. Vinson, M. Bell, A. Mclntush, M. Wilson, C. Wilson, D. Latimer. FFOURTH ROW: P. Taylor, B. Merrell, M. Dotson, NI. Worthington, Hart, P. Lamkin, E. Wynn, S. james. 302 Ellen H. Richards Home Ec Majors Host FHA Meet It was a busy year for members of Ellen H. Richards Club, departmental club for home economics majors. They began the year as hostesses to Future Homemakers of America when the high school group met here in the fall, The club, which was organized in 1919, heard a variety of speakers this year, in- cluding a North Texas ex, Mrs. Margaret Hunter Combs of the Dallas City Nurs- eries. Mrs. Combs spoke at the annual tea for graduating home economics sen- iors. Fund-raising projects for the organiza- tion included selling fruitcakes olf cam- pus at Thanksgiving and a booth at the University Day celebration. Miss Mariann Wilson was named Home Economist of the Year by the club. Ellen H, Richards is sponsored by Mrs. Lillie Tomlinson and Dr. Ellen Wright. - M ,----,-...,. Officers L. Gillum, presidentg R. Hall, vice-president, C. Horne, treasurer, M. Castleberry, reporter, P. Pierce, social chairman. TOP: Mrs. Frances Welch, dietitian in Dallas Public Schools, was a guest speaker in March. She stressed the importance of education with empha- sis on a background in home econom- ics. BOTTOM: Getting into the holi- day spirit of giving, Ellen H. Richards members make "Santa Claus bags" which will contain small gifts. The sacks were sent to Denton Manor. . QS' M f' ' W si ' 5 ,,.,. 2 X - . ' 'M .,.v . . K' 1 VV . VYMXY AX i 1EIi1-f:..m.ssfaf' . - teena-5-IX' . s QZJW f 1 " vi-S-W - -- +-Lf--'l" ...s Jia 4-rx A -DQ N09 G: '1--.4 M FIRST ROW: M. Barker, M. Eblen, P. Gray, A. Parker, B. Stallings. SECOND ROW: P. Felps, J. Horner, C. Alex- der, L. Gillum, M. Wilson. THIRD ROW: M. Dotson, R. Hall, S. Cole, M. Bell, J. Smith. . N . .., V W W. -- 3 X 2 , M Q T QS .. 4 Officers L. Cillum, chaplain, R. Hall, secretaryg M. Dotson, vice-presidentg J. Smith, treasurer, M. Wilson. president, P. Cray, historian. 304 Phi Upsilon Omicron Home Ee Majors Receive Awards Phi Upsilon Omicron, national profes- sional home economics fraternity, presented an award to the outstanding freshman home economics major and a S25 award to the outstanding sophomore member in the spring. Alpha Iota Chapter, founded at North Texas in 1947, gave food, clothing and toys to two needy families at Christmas, initiated as an honorary member Miss Julia Hunter, who is president of the Texas Home Eco- nomics Association, and honored graduating seniors with a party in May. Sponsored by Mrs. Loren Kellar and Mrs. Avis Hall, the fraternity celebrated Found- ers, Day with the TWU chapter of Phi U. Members plan to attend the biennial gen- eral assembly planned for the University of Iowa during the summer. I f P 1 Music School mong Nation's Largest One of the 10 largest music schools in the nation, the North Texas School of Music provides a combination of knowledge and experience through classroom and perform- ance experience. Providing artistic' surroundings for music majors and students from other curricula, the school offers the skills of four resident artists: Miss Margaret Kalil, sopranog Stefan Bardas, pianistg Miss Carroll Glenn, violin- istg and Eugene Conley, tenor. Doctor of philosophy degree is offered in the graduate program. Majors available are musicology, theory and composition. Music laboratories are designed to supplement tech- nique with performance experience. The most exciting lab experience for 1964 found the A Cappella Choir on a 10-week Europ- ean tour, part of a cultural exchange pro- gram, sponsored by the State Department. Closer to home, the Lab Bands performed frequently for students in the Union Build- ing Howdy Room. ,,-.ff 'ul Dr. Kenneth N. Cuthbert, Dean, School of Music 4 l l Q 4 l 8 ,W T of his senior recital. 305 Wh Z EQ Cary Lewis, like most students in the School of Music, reaches the high point in his music education with the presentation Arthur Yucca james Yucca V 54 'Vw ,Mr Carol Ann Reglin, Waxahachie Yuccajs H'ho's H710 ee-general music C uf Va -xl? X ff X Q ' X ,Aye if Qi- f , X J WWW X K A f-rf 1 SQ is . 1 M I .X,. A M, A .V U X fff he -' 2 ,,, ,sf..1ifY X, p S ,3 vs-TW NAN mv 1 f x 7 lf ff: X TOP: The Listening Library's varied selection gives students an opportunity to hear their favorite recordings either for pleasure or detailed study. RIGHT: During a lesson Miss Margaret Kalil uses expressive gestures to emphasize techniques one of her pupils should follow in developing his voice. Q :iff ' ' 121 fy was my QA X as Ass 15 'XP' .Q , i ' s '62 I f-W-ww.-.i,? TOP: For the music major, a practice room often becomes a second home where he spends numerous engrossing hours each day. BOTTOM: At their annual concert, members of the Brass Choir watch Director Leon F. Brown intently for the downbeat. V5 .X W5 ll A , X mf "W Wg. 308 ,sdmfi TOP: Practicing before classmates, future choir directors acquire conducting experience. BOT- TOJW: Musicians' strenuous practice hours fre- quently forerun successful Lab Band concerts. 'T W : .',,, - fa 17- J t , .,, , . TOP: Students consult their texts, written for music appre- ciation class by 'Fessor Floyd Graham, as he details fine points in his lecture to the non- majors. BOTTOM: Coeds listen intently as Clarence Dragert points out aspects of his Lord Nelson Stradivarius during the String Chamber Music Festival. ' 309 ii-A E Sigma Alpha lota Noteworth Member Honored at Reception Sigma Alpha Iota, national fraternity for wo- men, held a reception Nov. 13 for honorary member Johana Harris, wife of composer Roy Harris, following her recital during the South- western Composers' Workshop. Other honorary members Miss Margaret Kalil and Miss Carroll Glenn, North Texas faculty members, have also performed. Eileen Farrell, I If I I I I . I soprano, who appeared with the Dallas Sym- I phony Orchestra in the Fine Arts Series, is I . . . I another distinguished honorary member of the I organization. I I Cecilia Knox, Janice Neimier and Patsy Owens I received the organizationis Sword of Honor and I Miss Knox was recipient of the Dean's Honor 3 Award. The awardee is Selected by DI.. Kenneth Officers S. Cupp, president., M. Miller, editor, C. Knox, song leader, M. Bek, sergeant-atII T H . arms, B. Allen, corresponding secretary. Second Row: C. Holmes, recording secretary, CI IN. Cuthbert, School of Music dean. Greene, treasurer, C. johnson, chaplain. I I I I I I I , . I. ':.f. . I "f' I 2 Link " I I I, a 2 - , I... I .,r.l Q3 U , p W Q ' , ,,,. , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,. . - A M.. ' - ' ...lf-Ye Nur . 3 Q' ,M I 1 f ..f, A ' 1 if " ef Q I I 5 I ,,'!f Q jf! , ' s' Y 2 9 'l S., 1 . o 'T . I .A q , . A I e-1 Nina Beth Wardlaw participates in the fall pledge musicale. FIRST ROW: J. Vann, C. Knox, R. Warren, S. Cupp, K. Settle, M. Miller, N. Simpson. SECOND ROW: T. Peterson, C. Johnson, S. Wiegel, L. Coalson, B. Allen, C. Holmes, M. Bek. THIRD ROW: I A. Burk, J. Williams, C. Greene, N. Wardlaw, J. Hinds. I I I I I I I I I I I I 310 I I I I Members of Mu Phi Epsilon, national music sorority for women, led Sunday school choirs from Denton State School this year and taught piano lessons to children from Cum- berland Presbyterian Children's Home. The sorority joined Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha Iota in presenting the North Texas Christmas Vespers on Dec. 8 at the First Methodist Church sanctuary. Outstanding events for the year included a musicale given by the fall pledges in the home of Merrill Ellis, faculty member, in De- cember, a dinner and musicale given during a visit by the national second vice-president, Mrs. Lois Gordon, in October, and a news- letter project for alumni. r s f ' - .WNW il' , sc. ,. Mu Phi Epsilon Music Sorority Serves Communit fl f,. -A , ' -SS, V1 s ' .- - f'y.A.i':A. Www 'A 4 TOP: Officers S. Payne, projects chairmang C. Reglin, correspond- ing secretary: L. Bowers, vice- presidentg M. Mitchell, president. SECOND ROW: E. Smith, niaga- zine chairman, J. McDonald, re- cording secretaryg C. Hibbetts, his- toriang C. Potter, treasurer: S. Boyd, alumnae secretary. LEFT: Members and pledges combine tal- ents to present their annual fall concert. FPRST ROW: M. Parker, K. Arnold, J. Stephens, L. Bowers, J. Johnson, J. Pummill, L. Hunt M Coates SECOND ROW M Ward M Eth erldge, J. McDonald, A. Allen, C. Reglin, J. Barnard, M. Mitchell, S. Boyle. THIRD ROW: E Smith K McLaughlin S Johnson C Hxbbetts M. Martin, M. Wilbur, C. Potter, S. Payne. ., iii- ..,,. it . kv, - 5- elf-3 , ft. X .fs j hjj- 5 5 K . gg N sins, Q .. . 1, .155 LMA. 311 - A . T A ' 1 4 X .4 Panel discussions, speakers, conventions and volunteer work highlighted the year for ' O , the Music Educators National Conference. O I I n A panel of graduate students discussed the "Crucial First Year of Teachingi' at one of the group's first meetings. Other programs featured Denton High School faculty, members: Miss Irma Ruth Russell told of the choral music program at the local school and Carroll McMath ex- plained the instrumental music, curriculum. Miss Loreen Skidmore, a Denton State School representative, detailed the volunteer services there. In addition to volunteer work at the state school, MENC sponsored a Christmas tree decorating party in the Music Hall. North Texas delegates attended the state convention in Houston in February. ,Li-l-1 Organization sponsors are Dr. Paul Roe, Miss Evelyn Messmore and Dr. Edward A. Officers S. Montgomery, reporter, T. Peterson, treasurer, J. ' 0 Hinds, presidentg E. Smith, secretary, J. Lee, vice-president. Baird, all music faculty members. .,,, .. .f ' Q . , S -Q' ,X :mm- Zhi FIRST ROW: J. Heiskanen, M. Miller, N. Stegall, V. Vick, E. Smith, R. Warren, M. Asel, S. Cupp. SECOND ROW: 3 Howeth, K. Settle, K. Arnold, M. Young, J. Hinds, J. McDonald, C. Knox, L. Bowers, B. Allen. THIRD ROW: D. Wll'i liamson, M. Bek, B. Werner, C. Greene, L. Coalson, S. Montgomery, T. Peterson, D. Johnson, M. Russeck. FOURTH ROW: I J. Lee, J. Hassell, N. Wardlaw, Dr. Roe, sponsor, T. Williams, C. Hibbitts, S. Johnson, D. Malloy. i a I I RIGHT: Jackie Williams is pre- sented as the Phi Mu Alpha sweetheart. LEFT: June Hinds and Dr. Roe discuss details with MCML 'h before his speech. -P f -Er ff' ,K 2 l 4 339012. Q C :mf vw- .5 'Nj Ulm 1 6 Hu 0 4 Q M W Cv-J qq wwe FIRST ROW: K. Fulton, R. Jerome, B. Werner, R. White, G. Lane, E. Emmons, R. Du Pree, C. Mathews, I. Palacios, M. Walker, C. Lewis, H. Miller. SECOND ROW: L. Lott, G. Mosse, K. Jones, G. Jones, J. Hassell, C. Fox, D. Edwards, B. Blanton, D. Owen, P. Dumser, D. Malloy. THIRD ROW: J. Talmage, J. VanZandt, W. Harlan, D. Boltz, A. Polini, R. Rogers, C. Kimberling, L. Blassingame, R. Sage, J. Williams, S. Wusnack, G. Kesting, M. Olson. FOURTH ROW: J. Doan, J. Jones, B. Anderson, M. Heathman, F. Brown, L. Wiley, W. Morgan, A. Peltier, D. Wilkins, P. Baldwin, D. Bartholomew, J. Lee, J. Rivers. Mu Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, men's music fra- ternity, honored its fall pledge class with a , recital featuring original compositions of I I H 0 n 0 P S members Delton Boltz and John Strombeck. Sinfonia, sponsored by Leon F. Brown and Robert J. Rogers of the music faculty, as- sists judges at all Interscholastic League music contests on campus. The club sells coffee during recital intermissions to supple- ment its scholarship fund. We-. . Each year the fraternity joins Sigma Al- . 1 nn pha Iota and Mu Phi Epsilon in presenting it 1 I J Y -' ' North Texas Christmas Vespers. This year the vespers were held Dec. 8 at the First Methodist Church sanctuary. For the seventh straight year, Sinfonia has received the award for the best chapter in a province which includes Texas Christian University, Baylor University, Texas Wes- leyan College and Southern Methodist Uni- versity. Gamma Theta Chapteris membership of 95, 64 actives and 31 alumni members, is the largest nationally of the 213 chapters which compose the biggest fraternity in the world. They also hold the national record for the largest membership of 60 initiates in a single biennium and the record number of initiates in a single initiation, 32. ' ' "J . , X . nf , Officers R. Rogers, adviser, I. Palacios, historiang G. Lane, presi- dent. Second Row: V. Ellsworth, alumni secretary, R. Du Pree, treasurer, E. Emmons, pledge warden, M. Walker, secretary. 313 Q L 'B if 'W Lt. Col. Nash E. Lorino, AFROTC Professor Robert D. Brookshear, Denton Yucca Whois Who-AFROTC Camp Moves RCTC From Class to Field Air Force ROTC senior cadets had a choice of summer encampment at either James Connally AFB in Waco, June 16-July 13, or Webb AFB in Big Spring, July 28- Aug. 24. An elective program, the air science pro- gram offers two years of basic training and two years of advanced training for cadets. The curriculum offers basic drill, study of the constituents of aerospace power, weapons and operations which prepare future Air Force officers. Upon completion of the program, a cadet is eligible for an appointment as a second lieutenant. Cadets designated as "distin- guished graduates" maybe given special con- sideration for a regular commission. Lt. Col. Nash E. Lorino is professor of air science. Ja 'X 'E gm, Q-. 314 Summer camp allows AFROTC cadets to prac- tice skills studied in class during the year. l at 2 f ...-nu-f"l I N l Close inspection of uniforms is a routine part of drill practice held twice each week at Fouts Field. While visiting Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls, cadets and Angels view the refueling boom of a jet tanker. Lanny DeMoss, a Bowie senior and member of the from Dr. Kenneth N. Cuthbert, dean of the School Falcon Band, receives his award and handshake of Music, at the AFROTC Awards Program. 'F 'BAK' , '-zz' '- wf 0 0 MJ' aa... Z l 315 l Angel Flight Auxiliary Assists AFROTC ...sf 1 Q- ,-' -... X . V i "" T Officers B. Atkinson, publications officer, B. Lubbers, com- mander, S. Williamson, treasurer. SECOND ROW: D. Hud- dleston, publicity, Davis, corresponding secretaryg T. How- ard, historiang L. Craven, recording secretary. Angel Flight, sponsored by the Arnold Air Society, is an honorary women's branch of the Air Force ROTC. Poise, scholarship, beauty, intelligence and a 1.8 grade average are individual prerequi- sites for consideration of Angel Flight mem- bership. This year the Angels, whose membership is consistently 34, participated in the Mardi Gras in New' Orleans, the Battle of the Flowers parade in San Antonio, the review at the drill field adjoining Fouts Field for President C. Matthews, birthday, Corps Night at the Hardin-Simmons-NTSU foot- ball clash and the Homecoming Parade. Angel Flight, called the Dream-Girls of the Corps, collected the 'cBarrel of Joy" at Christmas with Arnold Air for needy Den- ton families. The groups accepted donations from local merchants and individuals. Col. Barbara Lubbers is commander. " Q -as W E S- ' ' -il 5- 4322 42- ... - ,. .X ..- ,T and A 39 Q W .. Q Z. .ss .b W new YN f A Ij'IRS.T. ROW: C. Scurlock, B. Lubbers, Fl. Barger, R. Clark, M. Isom, j. Perryman, Remy, B. Atkinson, S. Bcyette, S. Williamson, R. .Cottrell. SECOND ROW: J. Thompson, C. Ferris, P. Gray, j. Baty, S. Anders, E. Pigman, S. Richie, L. Cravens, 5. Chltwood, D. Watkins. THIRD ROW: A. Bransford, Hillin, S. Davis, E. Watson, C. FitzGerald, S. Pri- meaux, D. Huddleston, J. Berryman, T. Howard. LEFT: Candlelight sets the mood for the new Angels' initia- tion. RIGHT: The members of Arnold Air Society welcome the help of Angel Flight members at their social functions. F , f:,fl:2w' 2 ,sumx n 3 , 3 Q 9 , W I M 'Q W ., , ,,, K qv Q U r - .,, 'v -e-ff FA. 4, just ' 'i 75' WNW, .T " . fair' Milf as Z .,..-...J 12 W 4 A , FIRST ROW: K. Holloway, J. Bash, D. Walsworth, J. Foster, J. Burch, H. Griffin, H. Hanks, J. Williams, T. Whittemore SECOND ROW J Eure, M. Ferris, A. Crawford, C. Carver, J. Roberson, R. Brookshear, S. Wusnack, S. Wall. THIRD ROW: D. McClintock J Rallsback D Cox, T. Truman, D. Barksdale, W. Baird, P. Andrews. Arnold Air Society Cadets Promote Tradition f'ffh+..,,,,,N,,M-H 4 si 533, N56 Cadet Officers J. Foster, comptrollerg J. White, administration officerg H. Hanks, information officer, J. Burch, operations officer, D. Walsworth, executive officer, R. Brookshear, com- mander. Composed of outstanding air science ca- dets, Arnold Air Society takes pride in fur- thering the purposes, traditions and concepts of the United States Air Force. The Royal N. Baker Squadron of the society is open to men with a 1.5 overall grade average of a 2.0 in air science courses. Squadron pledges built the group's Home- coming float this year. The squadron also sponsored Suanne Davis, a member of Angel Flight, as sweetheart of a district which in- cludes units from Texas, Oklahoma, Ar- kansas and Louisiana. Sponsor of Angel Flight, Arnold Air provides drill instruction for the corps' women's auxiliary. During Christmas, the group collected its annual "Barrel of Joy." Donations from local merchants and individuals for needy Denton families passed a 351,000 goal. William David McClintock served as com- mander of the squadron in the spring. He was assisted by David W. Barksdale, execu- tive officer: Richard F. Meacham, comptrol- lerg James C. Bash, information officer: James Railsback, administration officer, and David W. Cox, operations officer. Maj. Louis A. Johnagin, member of the air science faculty, was sponsor. 317 Roger M. Ra mey Members Coordinate Finances of AFROTC The Roger M. Ramey Club was organized in 1952 to coordinate and regulate the fi- nances and social activities for the 835th Air Force ROTC Group. Highlights of the year included the Homecoming float project in the fall and the formal Military Ball in the spring. Club members are representatives from each squadron and classroom and approve student military unit expenditures for field trips for the Sabres, Arnold Air Society, Angel Flight and AFROTC Band. The military organization was named in 1952 for the late Brig. Gen. Roger M. Ra- mey, a former member of the Board of Re- gents and a North Texas graduate. 1: 5.3 W... V Y o A S ---B beef fm. Q... mm Umm FIRST ROW: T. Whittemore, W. Walls, T. Truman, Ratcliff, R. Massey D. McClintock. SECOND ROW H. Hanks, D. Davis, D. Baron, D. Barksdale, J. Burch. Officers T. Vfhittemore, presi- ' dent: H. Howard, vice-presi- dentg D. McClintock, treasurer. 'fx A 1 . 318 , yon, 19 I-aw. Q W, l l l l R l Q l l FIRST ROW: D. Davis, G. Brookshear, J. Menifee, S. Neal, C. Fox, R. Turner, S. Wall, S. Wusnack. SECOND ROW: P A. Davis, J. Eure, N. Harrison, J. Flippen, A. Crawford. THIRD ROW: J. Nicholson, G. Massey, D. Reiswig, R. De- . Werff, R. Bobbin, G. Whittle, J. clark. l Falcon Band ' 0 0 o 0 0 New Uniforms Give Members Distinction w l Resplendent in new uniforms, the AFROTC Falcon Band mem- bers showed their snappy blue berets, pistol belts and leggings in the best style at several perform- ances during the year. The uniforms, similar to those worn by the Special Services Di- l 5 vision of the Air Force, were first 3 N e. worn at the Homecoming Parade and in February for two festive 2 parades at Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Ceremonies honoring Texas' Lt. Gov. Preston Smith during a Denton speaking en- gagement and President J. C. Matthews on his birthday were other Falcon Band activities. is Band members practice from one to two hours per week in the Music Building Auditorium or on the drill field adjoining Fouts Field. Cadet Capt. Andrew Bryan Crawford commands the 35- member organization, which is di- rected by Cadet lst. Lt. Otto Skip Wusnack. L . 2 TOP: Cadet Officers A. Craw- ford, commanderg S. Wusnack, executive officer, J. Eure, flight commanderg S. Wall, squadron first sgt.g W. Baird, flight sgt.g J. Clark, flight commander. LEFT: New uniforms add dis- tinction to the AFROTC Band. 319 w 1 ll. ,xxx neg 1- ' '-X- 8-,a Fx mr Aw - :PT ' . gif' 56 RK .38 FIRST ROW: D. Hielscher, N. Harrelson, J. Roach, D. Keller, T. Hood, G. Jackson, T. Ward, J. Bramlet. SECOND ROW: T. McMullen, D. Small, D. Davis, R. Massey, R. Wood, M. Pearcy, M. Aycock, V. Milliken. THIRD ROW: R. Tobaben, F. Bowan, R. Diaz, R. Christian, J. Valtr, M Williams, J. Ratcliff, J. Culter. Sabre Drill Team Highly Selective Drill Unit Shows Skills qu' I 3, fi' . vs., . w i .. ',,-. ,X 'ai ct . , .S A . lA.' as M J ' 4 I' . 5 Af f ,-fi' - W 1 -Q ta "', :fr ' . X ' 13: 5' il ff' - J' ,Aff A .j2'7'5I,w.a 1. .. f f- 'N T ' , ...Q v-"J T7 RIKYIIT: Cadet Officers D. Hielscher, staff sgt.g J. Culter, information service officer: F. Bowen, supply sgt.g D. Small, deputy commander: Bramlet, commander. TOP: Cadet in- spections demand perfection in appearance. Thirty uniformed members of the Sabre Drill Team, a highly selective drill unit of the Air Force ROTC, held the rapt at- tention of crowds at the Home- coming Parade. This was only one of many exhibitions. The Cotton Bowl parade, the Veterans Day parade in Fort Worth and the Battle of Flowers in San Antonio celebrating the victory at the battle of San Ja- cinto are the major parades in which the team performs each year. ' Organized in 1951 to promote leadership and precision drill techniques, the Sabres finance parade and competition trips by parking cars at the Eagles, home football games. Members are chosen by the commander and deputy com- mander of the drill team from a group of volunteers on the basis of ability to carry out commands, interest and appearance. John Bramlet is commander this year. 320 ' Graduate School Introduces New Master's Degree Representing an increase of 26.4 per cent over last year, 5,304 semester hours are now being taught on the graduate level. The graduate-level growth is slightly lar- ger than that of the college as a whole, Dr. Robert B. Toulouse, dean of the Graduate School, commented. A master's degree in speech was added in September 1962 and a master's degree in library service was started in September 1963. New doctoral programs in business administration, biology, chemistry and physics were submitted to the Texas Commission on Higher Education. Grants of 351,500 each were awarded this year to 10 doctoral students as part of a re- cent legislation to aid doctoral students. The grants are administered by Dr. Toulouse and three members of the graduate faculty. Dur- ing the fall 1,076 North Texans worked to- ward their master's degrees. 1' . , 4' .fm 2. me W A .fy Wu, -m Af Dr. Robert B. Toulouse, Dean, Graduate School WW 'WWW i 5 -: 1..:.s.: EN' N 'ifgri -I., sz, fs ,MEM ,Y -W tx ...K TOP: Lecturing to her biology lab on the parts of the frog, Josephine Hutcheson is typical of the graduate assistants who instruct undergraduate classes. BOTTOM: Lining the wall of the Graduate School Office are the student information files where Jan Copeland and Mrs. Grace Burge check records. f . , x N nl' ,J fl x 322 L N HNF 'W SN 'Ms VVhat' In a Face? TOP: The irony of the American student's attitude is often reflected in faces and actions: bored atten- tion, distraction, earnest discussion and complete unawareness. LEFT: Facial expressions here depict many moods of awareness in new knowledge and study . . . intense concentration . . . pleasure and a complete disregard for a shiny klippie anchoring a strand of hair . . . passionate practice to polish an expected performance. BUTTOAI Llflf'l': An author's work affects English students in various ways: one quietly notes a humorous passage as another pensively thinks it over. BOTTOM RIGHT: The thoughts of this North Texas coed are anyone's guess as she ceremoniously holds an imposing textbook on her lap. fe",- 323 211 fo A I hETlQI.'HQi W INTE TALI' "THE IS AC MAR! WHC GRE4 IN If? HE ' f Ac!-If FAILE HISSF COLE vlc:1gr :AN CGMBINE AND MUST COMBINE ECTUAL ENERGY AND PHYSICAL VI- THEODORE ROOSEVELT ONCE SAID: REDIT EELONGS T0 THE MAN WHO TALLY IN THE ARENA, WHOSE FACE IS J BY DUST AND SWEAT AND BLOOD, IOWS THE GREAT ENTHLISIASIVIS, THE DEVOTIGNS, AND SRENDS HINISELF IORTHY CAUSE: WHO AT EEST, IF IS, KNOWS THE THRILLS OF HIGH gEIvIENT AND, IF HE FAILS, AT LEAST QNHILE DARING GREATLY SO THAT IXCE SHALL NEVER BE WITH THOSE ND TIMID SCJULS WHO KNCDW NEITHER fy NOR DEFEATV' -i?JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY F I 'F my S ,YF ps ., N :Q J' s-awe Q I 4 as as gf 4- fa -Q f I 'Q' , s if .fi ."iJWSsr f V4 . ,,VV X wa . sg, AW 5. 4,2151 sw 3... K. W, M ' gy K X ffw " if f 7 X5 ' . , wg- 're ' 8 s ' s ,.,, saw l , 74. 'law 'N qv '2 or j A - Q W , ,M ,N 0 XY? . ,. , ri , - . 1 4, r 4, W W" w W " ' L, Q-QHWWX s'2,,,,,2TQx. 4 X 5 ' uf- A V is QW H J ., Ngpxw , , L W Q . Ki 0 X 151524 ' asian E,- - . WW ii' ,, affair Ti f ' , "SY "'Q.i .4 '11 I S x fm mi animal. Before 14,000 fans, halfback A. D. Whitfield completes a minute upset over favored Wichita 7-3 to extend NTSU's 19-yard pass play that turned a near-defeat into a last- Homecoming victory streak to seven straight games. 326 . . . as frus- tration in the form of key injuries, the loss of key players for disciplinary reasons and poor gate at- tendance con- tributed to the dismal 3-6 showing of the 1963 Eagles. In the Missouri Valley Conference race, North Texas settled for third place behind co-champions' Cincinnati and Wichita. In non-conference play, the Eagles won one and lost four, with the season's final game can- celled due to the assassination of President Kennedy. Down, Down, Down Soar The Eag F ri 4 iw l ,Q , ff I OC . Zig if oh 1 L: YP I , I' if P ,M ,Q ? . 1 i f ' - . 5 fl - " Ku: M5 ,ex ff! ' .aw ,nfl 1 I I l I l l w A 1 l s l l Heads or tails? Tulsa's tailback Charlie Phillips called the speedy Golden Hurricane's advances and teammate Tim Fal- wrong choice as NT's Philip Gonzales moves in to halt the gout closes in to assist. Tulsa won 22-21. Sideline conferences often pro- vide the winning combination as teammates seek the correct solution. Here Dwain Bean and james Littlepage plan tactics. ,f X ,Z 21x55 N I , 7 fm I ,. 1 , at N75 , V f 1 .f ,fvkx . Q! Q 5 4 fil Q 3 .P ffa if fi f . no ' X65 aaasg 5 6? at lf ,ga Shocking Win Extend Homecoming String rn--. W W Two Wichita Shockers stop A. D. Whitfield after a short gain. The halfback later thrilled the 14,000 fans by crossing over for the game's lone touchdown. Seven straight Homecoming Day victories. Odus Mitchell, in his 18th season as head coach at NTSU, is able to boast of this feat as his oft-beaten Eagles came alive to edge the University of Wichita 7-3 to keep his Homecoming victory streak intact. A sun-drenched crowd of 14,000 watched the under- dog Eagles respond with a last-minute touchdown to overcome the Shockers. A tough defense and a clicking offense under the direction of quarterback Billy Ryan 'gg x ,, 5 v 753, W "ji ' i ,AW my . 31. WMAM Z it V M ,r ww W ,f . W - ,Q ,YQQWW A is bs, 4 wsu' ings X ,, , aw, 4 1 , , f W if gf .1 of V. awk W. -QQWM V f, 5, aaa Wipe, L ' , ,g , i? is' Q ,ryan te' 7' 2, ,, 2 W frriirfs f were credited for the win. With one minute and 48 seconds remaining, Ryan passed to halfback A. D. Whitfield, who plowed through from the ll for the winning tally. But the Shockers refused to accept defeat as the Kansas team roared downfield to threaten the Eagles in the final seconds. Defensive safety Tim Falgout preserved the Eagles' lead by intercepting a pass in the NT end zone to halt Wichita's final threat. X ,fl WW, I .NE 1 Q N. gi VIAA vii Z, .,-N Q iz v,,,. 1 Q,.,., . I Q6 ' ff ":, '- V , .. IVIZ ' . Mn t vb L j ., ,y 'vyl I , I 'Z' Z U was A eww! A W Nb w - W W M X J ff t . -e fm. swf'-r .saw 5 Against Wichita, fullback Dwain Bean proves heis the Eagles' leading l ground gainer as he plows through for part of the 77 yards he earned. I l -.L+ With each step playing a vital part in the Eagle offensive threat, james Littlepage returns a first half Wichiti punt . W i ii was Dodging a series of Shocker defensive men, Bobby Smith batters his way to the Wichita 37 on a 52-yard jaunt that helped set up the touchdown. Q Anxiety, anguish or even disgust sometimes mar the face of the quarterback, witnessing the ac- tion from the sidelines. Why won't the plays work? he asks. ..,,.,.,.vw-A vvummww-mms, QM x Ek y Se gf, iv' Y X 4 -, his 2 ffm, ' 1 ' H A ' f Z:':.:' ix ff 0 -nlws., b. ,AW , A Cardinal clears the wa b blocking Herb Carr C811 as Louis- Y Y r 1 ville makes its MVC football debut in a losing cause, 26-6. The anticipation of getting into the game is a feeling that only the player understands. He has one thought-to play his best- that dominates all others. Q Minutes before the halftime in- termission, halfback James Lit- .- A faint smile haunts the face of Coach Odus Mitchell during NT's brief lead over Tulsa. l I I F l my w 1 X l Y r , . l J if no A my N IH 'gif Q 4 .,V. - dw ,Z F 2 g S X H y tlepage scrambles for a first down, only to be met by Wichi- ta's safetyman Miller Farr. -sr i I l 1 I -Q Ql Fw JK-fissure . I N . 'H r 2 if f ' ff is Nw. A , .,,,,.., ,... , 4 vi ' y wifi X ., rar ,, Ng W i t Q K. .C Quarterback Mike Crocker re- ceives tips from Coach Fred N. McCain who spies from the press box and then relays his information to the sidelines. A Z fa Disdainful eyes regard the referee who attempts to Coach Floyd Huggins. North Texas dampened the explain a controversial ruling to Hardin-Simmons spirits of the Cowboys withanarrow 18-12 grid victory. 332 , if was S Coach Odus Mitchell-one of the country's most winning coaches- depend upon his and his assistants' knowledge, plus the determination stands sentinel-like from the sidelines. The team's strategy and tactics and will to win by members of his team. M32 .Ni W xx 1 . X t , A W ' vs W 5 Maggy sr' .ai W A W A , 4 was 4 s f, ss , M , - X s , We B- X s .X f ff , 1 Z, ,- .Q ix , a4.mN,m, , X X K f . ,M . -mvgfw ,f Q .s ?f X 547111, ,ms,g ,, , K, , f' QQ ' V -I ft ,wut X 1 ' 'fp spans "'W4lfffll'1f Zgfz, Q Q v v- ,m'sK"W 'Mg f, T' 'ZH 4 S A, 0 , N R aww, I . X X Q 4 5' ' Mwst ' M The Associated Press selected fullback Dwain Bean, the con- ference's leading rusher for two years, as one of two repeaters on its All-MVC team. ' -"A1,.,.. . , .Af W. W .aw Problems, problems, problems arose for the Wichita backfield. And Tim Falgout is the name of one. Tackle Cotton Moore, 220- pound junior, joined Bean as the only other Eagle to be named to the AP's All-Missouri Valley Conference team. am V! K g ff , --.Y If Two top MVC prospects-Tulsa's john Simmons and NT's Bobby Smith -discuss the Hurricane victory. Both later signed with Buffalo. gr... SEASON'S RESULTS NORTH TEXAS OPPONENTS 7 ,,VY..T..T , . Texas Western ..Ve s eeeee,e 34 26, e.ee t. ...e.e Louisville, ,. is 6 16 ,ee,e , Y eeee West Texas State ,,tte ..e,.. 3 8 Un V,..... ,,,,,,,, M emphis State ttt.tttt . ettttttt, 21 21 ttt,Yt. ttttttet s Tulsa ,..ls .,llllssll 2 2 7 llll.l ,, ,,,...l Wichita llllll.,. ....l . 3 6 l,.,l,. . Abilene Christian ,ss,s . .t,.. 20 7 ,l,.l . ,ssss s Cincinnati. ..., HW39 13, l as ,Hardin-Simmons s,....s s..... . ,I2 After taking a pitchout in the Louisville game, halfback Bob- by Smith goes for yardage in this 26-6 conference victory which inaugurated MVC play. FIRST ROW: Neal Wilson, Gordon Nelson, Blackie Wade, Tim Falgout, Billy Ryan, jimmy Burch, Charles Bellinger, Dan Christie Ronnie jones, Mike Crocker, Pete Linck. SECOND ROW: Herb Carr, James Littlepage, Audie Long, David Ballauer, Martin Kahn, Carl Lockhart Guy Fowler, A. D. Whitfield, Wayne Ulmer, Hank Cooper, jack Truitt, Bill McWatters, Bobby Smith, James Bower, Clayton Downing. THIRD ROW Ronnie Romike, Wayne Mueller, Allen Bennett, Harold Knight, Larry Thomas, joe Ferguson, Gaines Stovall, Ralph Widacki, Ken Selph Dave Woodward, Cotton Moore, Dwain Bean, Leonard Jeter. Hmm W 'LW H' K. ..-. i 5?-M, ' i,,, .' Q Hardin Simmons wastes no time ln discovering that in order to wm, the Cowboys will have to outfox the stingy Eagle second- ary, here led by Tim Falgout. joe Ferguson, heaviest of the Eagle linemen at 275 pounds, returns to the sidelines for a brief rest where he is met by student manager Skippy Cox. The Angel Flight and the Air Force ROTC await the halftime inter- mission of their night Corps Night-at the Hardin-Simmons game. I :s f EN X ff ii " sf' ff -. gs m?-'ff5J f ff W 1 f N I N, ' E '?3fI'I- K was XNWX fa-ef 0 A K L, .,..,., ..,.N fm , Z , X sv hw XY f Q , sf ?' fl TOP: A swirl of motion, a frenzied cry, a desperate plea come from the cheerleaders whose enthusiastic spirit may often spell a team victory. BOTTOAI: Assisting with the coaching duties are, from the left, Kenneth Bahnsen, fresh- man coach: Fred McCain, backfield coaehg and Herbert Ferrill, line coach. saws i Wikih- sNw,,,,,. ,W 'Muses . S 337 TOP: National twirling cham- pion Billy Gaylord and his magic baton accent pre-game and halftime activities with the NTSU marching band. BOT- TOM: As a tribute to: a sports- man himself, stadiums across the country remained empty, mourning the loss of the na- tion's Chief Executive, Nov. 22. X UMW xx f N Q, 1 X, it X 4,2 .sms vw' :ilfxw H st Q -Nets. V, f Qa- 'YWWMMWN s eff . , -fa. 'f . ff X 5. . , 4 X it 3txx sk,4y'ff.' Y 4,,..1fi,iN?'iti A W if Z' lyfg, Kyihillig if , , iwml M35 V , L. ww H f. . , ff- fl' ' fs' R Q, K 4 w rg, f is mwwefwf I W -H -fifigr f - Avia NV ww 552,17 , W 4 x aw, ' , , Z. Will"-Y .- :A via fr A Sv 7 'MGM 338 XXX ' 'X 1 . Q.. ww N. 'W 0 W- X Mi Injury-ridden Eaglets Win I, Lose 1 if Thirty-two recruits-a record-breaking number for North Texas-sent early au- tumn hopes of a successful season soaring but Coach Ken Bahnsen's luckless Eaglets were forced to settle for a bleak l-3 record. Throughout the season injuries riddled the team. At one time, Coach Bahnsen re- marked that it would be easier to name the players who were not injured than those who were. The freshman team's lone victory came at the beginning of the 1963 campaign when the Eaglets invaded Wichita and returned 26-0 winners. Two Southwest Conference teams fur- nished setbacks for the North Texas fresh- men as TCU's Wogs came from behind to win 28-12 and Texas Tech's Picadors won easily, 56-28. The Tyler Junior College Apaches handed the Eaglets the other loss with a squeaking 19-12 victory. The final game against Tulsa was canceled following President Kennedy's assassination. sE.4soNfs RESULTS P North Texas Op,b011c11f.f 26C V... ...C C C Wichita C C CC C C Uk I2 .sss CCCCTCU C C CC CC C 28 12C CC CCCTylcr funior College I9 28 CCCCC CC CCTe7xa.f Tech C C C C 56 Despite this ground-gaining at- tempt against Tyler -Iunior Col- lege, halfback James Leather- wood was later added to the growing list of key injuries. 339 M4140 if L . rf f 4- A stubborn North Texas defensive line refuses to spite a spectacular first half and a 12-6 halftime give up additional yardage to a TCU Wog. De- lead, the Eaglets fell to the Wogs 28-12. Perennially a football power- house, Tyler Junior College uses a sturdy front line as the Apaches edge the injury-ridden Eaglets 19-12 at Fouts Field. W " w C Q14 ' Y ' wi 4 in , fff 340 ik v . " is 11-gf pt A, w .X ' ff' ,st 'Zi SSX?-Y -1.,,,,,, --. ,M -wi If 333525 -WHS 890549 , , , NY 7450. M, . . 9 As David Burns and Ron Bonham watch, Eagle mainstay shot against Cincinnati. But the Flock fell to once-mighty Albert Jones eyes the basket while driving for a crucial Cincy, which dropped to fifth place in the MVC. 0 0 . . . during the 1963 - 64 cage season, I b u t C o a c h We Charles John- son feels that this year's team was one of the finest to don NTSU uniforms. Paced by All-MVC forward john Savage, the Eagles compiled a 7-17 season record with a 1-ll Missouri Valley Conference mark. Savage, making the All-MVC first team for the third straight year, scored a varsity total of 1,423 points, placing him second in the most points scored in a career by a North Texas player. Midway through the season, a crucial blow was dealt the Eagles when 6-7 forward Carl Miller was sidelined with mononucleosis and 6-6 forward Fred Schulz dropped out of school. In the MVC race, defending champion Cincinnati was replaced by Wichita and Drake, who tied for the crown. Wichita earned the right to advance to the regional NCAA tournament by defeating Drake in a special playoff. Cincy dropped to fifth, NT, to last. 341 . ,.,.. gs WM. M -M-"H MMWW" 'V W 33: ru! nf.- D 5 'U QW ahh- 7 W , . -'ii ' 55" ..., 9 ff ' ,, 1- 7 W 5 ' 4 ' ' .- 1, . - L a wg V, , gKs,,in...wg4 ff gqyn ,,,,, t A s Against the tallest collegiate team in the nation, the Eagles employ City's Chieftains 77-74 in Men's Gymnasium. But one month later a fast-breaking offense and a tight defense in upsetting Oklahoma OCU avenged their Denton loss, smothering NTSU 125-88. After driving in for a quick lay-up, junior David Burns picks himself up after tangling with a University of Houston foe. The Cougars won 58-56. iff - ' ' st 53 W A gtg X .wha-, 342 st I Z 1 From a dirt court to big time in college basketball, NT's record-breaking John Savage drives in for two of his 1,423 points scored during his collegiate play at North Texas. X, ,, ,W , f e f H, ., f A ff 4' Q geifig 'Y 5 . s .1 f , 4 , s t "a:"., gmt. .4 v"'2'ff f s. H 6' 1 ff aff f 7 ""' K j2:t.H,,.. " Wx .- X - , W t V , .:, , . K ii E Z as Sf G s f MW an 'lg me az am Q ,wi ffm H at Bubba Bailey's stolen passes and quick lay-ups spell disaster as the senior playmaker goes up for two points against St. Louis. Fans were often confused as to whether the game was football or basketball. Bradley's joe Strawder and Bailey are confused, too. 344 2 5 Wd?-'Vg 7 1 f f fl' C 3 12 W faq, Nw K Q 1 X V! 4, , ix X V ,. Q W sf ,f Q' 6 A eff Q 7 x X vm X ' UWM Q A packed Men's Gymnasium picked up the nickname of "The Pitl' by Texas students, filling the court with rhythmic "Go, Go, Go" chants, other Valley teams during the season, but the enthusiasm of the North spurred the Eagles to victory in four of ll home games. Bailey's two points do not quite compare with All-American Ron Bonham's C213 38 points, but in the game at Cincinnati, Bailey hit a career high of 41. X 1 . WN? sw, X Ni 51: x few EAA QR Q 4 Savage, gunning for All-American honors in his senior season South Texas team employed a deliberate offense to edge the on the North Texas squad, collides with a Houston Cougar. The Eagles 58-56 in a Men,s Gym non-conference game. SEASQNJS RESULTS NTSU STATISTICS l I NTSU OPPONENTS 55 ....... ,s.st T exas Western T T . ,..., . . 87 88 .,.. T. ...nt,, West Texas State t...,. .s,,., 7 8 88 ..t,,,. e,,, . Trinity KTex.j T. . ,..,. . 64 7 56 ..,t. T T. Houston TT T 58 63 .eet,,. ..., . 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AVG. folzn Savage 172 269 18.3 fSaz1age career 552 1423 19.22 Bubba Bailey 128 392 17.0 David Burns 158 380 15.8 Albert jones 55 160 8.0 Chuck Fatlz 55 121 5.3 Carl Nliller 45 118 9.1 Fred Schulz . 11 30 3.0 Mike Long . 9 18 1.4 Dwight Lowery 4 8 .9 Billy Huglis T T 2 4 .7 jack Plunkert 0 0 0 TGP: "No. 22, you fouledf storms a referee in the Drake game. The closely-called MVC contest was interrupted several times by litter-throwing fans. MIDDLE: A shrill whistle, a referee's demonstration and a protest from the crowd is the procedure when an official sees -and calls- a foul. BOTTOAI: The stentorian voice of the game official em- phatically making his rulings at times drew extreme protesta- tions from the partisan crowd. www' "W-fa.. .W 1 , 'uf FJ 4 'in QMWZL' f, ,, va. ,.1,-24 ,M f'7f',, 1, ' "' f'1 jN5, Wg Raising his hind high but with protest -- David Welch f44l ex- presses with qcsturcs his disbelief th it the foul has been called on him. 348 6 f' xt , .1 f' X w 65 s SGW? we f if as lie: if Cincinnati's guard Dave Cosby realizes the deadliness of a Savage basket attempt as he hangs on to try to keep the 6-5 senior from scoring. 2 EAGLE VARSITY FRONT ROW: Dwight Lowery, Jack Plunkert, Billy Hughes, Bubba Bailey, Mike Long, Chuck Fath, Coach Charles johnson. SECOND ROI1 - David Welch, David Burns, Fred Schulz, john Savage, Albert jones and Carl Miller. r t l l , V 3 1' 1 2 1 w 6 . sl-' X ' , -. V' ... ssl? 3 I f X N fi ' f f . X .. 5 Qbz' A A: I , is f...-...I. E V E N X N u W tees WU Edge NT on T The home court advantage almost proved effective for the fired- up Eagles but a more-inspired Wichita team, before a packed crowd and a regional television audience, disposed of the shorter Eagles easily 86-70. Led by Dave Stallworth, the Missouri Valley Conferencels Most Valuable Player, the Shockers relied upon their added height ad- vantage, sharp outside shooting and fierce defense to overtake the Eagles in the final minutes. Rough and tumble tactics frequently marked the game, but the rebounding and shooting by the Eagles' John Savage and Carl Miller and Bubba Baileyis accuracy and defensive strategy kept the North Texas attack alive. Telecast over the Missouri Valley Conference Network through a local outlet, Dallas station KRLD-TV, the North Texas-Wichita game was but one of a series of MVC contests that the network aired during the 1953-64 season. TOP: Extreme concern from the bench, witnessed in the final five minues, appears on the faces of the Eagles as the Shockers slovsl revent the u - ' 1 'vp P- set. MIDDLE: Ralph Miller. one of the MVC's most ener- getic coaches, takes time out to confer with one of his Shock- ers. What's wrong? he seems to ask. BOTTOM: Coach Charles johnson finds it hard to believe that his well-laid plans for de- feating Wichita have suddenly exploded as he sees the lead diminish. ,J sf 350 Guard Kelly Pete finds himself hemmed in, but the appearance of All-American Dave Stallworth reassures the Wichita sophomore. All-Missouri Valley choice Bubba Bailey attempts to shoot against Oklahoma City. Both he and John Savage made the Coaches' All-MVC honor list. Held scoreless by the Shockers in the first half, Savage breaks loose for 20 points in the second period of this crucial MVC contest. 351 X I is-V' Frosh Show Promise The outlook for future varsity teams looks bright and clear. For the third straight season, Coach Travis Duncan's freshman Eaglcts posted a winning season with eight victories and six losses. Brightest among the 13 prospects making up the frosh team, 6-8 Willie Davis collected 191 rebounds and 268 points for a 19.1 scoring average to lead the Eaglets in both departments. Coach Duncan, besides helping with the varsity team, was able to rely on the assistance for the second season of Les Pollock, graduate assistant coach. Like Duncan, Pollock aided in scouting for the recruitment program. I I I I p , I I I I I I I If ji I I. I ll t , I I V . 'I I 5 I I Il I ,Il 1 , 'W ,MN- 4 ..,,, Through extensive nationwide recruiting, the NTSU freshman team - a winning team for the third straight year-sets the pace for future varsity teams. Eaglet Ron Miller drives around two Lon Morris Bearcats to open the season. Lon Morris, advancing to the National junior College tournament, won 90-65. gal, Freshman Cheerleaders: Dixie Frzlley, Susie Rice, Tommy Durington and Ted YN ilson. l f 2f,33,fXgjW , X N xx f 4, , xi S W x X i T fri n H 6 f f X 42 Q - x Vviiiii "i" Q S xx i ' x if X l D " ff - rf xl y .Jw Q , at 8 22.5 ,...' W . ' fp- i ' ,M 4::'.' ' .',:,-,. X f QV no K ' Sz X fm D 'Cf 'lr af 'iz X X X , ., s at 1' 5 A K i Freshman Coach Travis Duncan, himself a former Eagle athlete, supplies famine ffif- A able leadership and encouragement from the sanctity of the bench. FRESHMAN TEAM FIRST ROW: Kenneth Pemberton, Tommy Pounds, Manager Eric Hampleman. SECOND ROW: Mike Doucleff, Johnny Burks, Ron Miller. THIRD ROW: Eddie Davis, Terry Reiter, Willie Davis, john jones. ,ypwm 'X ' x Vx, if wx 3 -I j"u'M If VN 5 'ff .. 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Z my gi . fs ea A Z , Holder of the North Texas outdoor broad jump record with comb reaches the finals in Fort Worth's Will Rogers Indoor , a leap of 24 feet 272 inches last spring, junior Ron Lins- Meet. Linscomb later made the Dallas Indoor Meet finals. x 3 Y . . . greeted 5 O Coach Win- : f ton E. QPopl 3 Noah when i n workouts be- I gan for the 1 1964- N T S U u track season. Thirteen 3 members - only one a senior - formed the nucleus l of an inexperienced team. Appearances at two indoor i meets early in the spring brightened prospects as the 3 Eagles fared well in Noalfs estimation against some of the top competition in the Southwest. After the Will Rogers Indoor and Dallas Indoor Meets, the Eagles lost a dual meet to Kansas State College of Pittsburg, placed sixth in the Southwest Recreation and third in a five-team meet in Denton. i Appearances were also made at the Texas, Kansas, l Q l Drake, West Texas and San Angelo Relays in prepara- 1 tion for the Missouri Valley Conference meet. l l 1 355 lil. 1 QW? 1 41, ' ' 5 al ' X NW 3 - f' W what if Q - V 1, wi asian Inq. 9 , .Afffw Faint F 4 , It I -ffvwmf' ' Q' I M .. 7 . . . WW? Y , V . ,W .www Nxixlmsx , 'Q '-.:.:. .".'2f2.2af 11.2.1 1 ff. 1. f,fs:.:.,,- 'Iam sv?-' x 5 W.. Q...- - I ww, ' 'vm H 'www 'K xxx-5 AX MW ww- awe . MXXX R Q, MM... ' Nyvtt- 4? 'WWW , ...A Neck and neck with a Texas Tech sprinter, NT,s Arvester Sheppard moves into his stride on the third segment of the Sophomore 100- and 220-yard dash specialist Bob Strange gets set in the chilly practice meet against Arlington State to inaugurate the outdoor season. I X ti 3' ' 'Nil 3 - ' tm., ..., ., 440-yard relay. SMU won first, Tech, second, and North Texas, third, in the five-team track meet at Fouts Field. I I I I I K-Z V L --mmm! I ij, I I is wa "' in 1... li Q , . w D ' 1 . , f l , . mwwf- M on 1 L... ,WW - ,N 5 P 'eww Y H fb A I w..mv:w'f' B , X ,M it , ' X Q7 l I t .,,, . J I Ml.. www 1 www ,mf A' , PMA' l minus.-W , l l l 1 X I l BOTTOM: Scantily attired tracksters receive a chilly re- ception at the Southwest Rec- reation Meet: a stiff wind gave little comfort to the athletes. 1299i . ,X 1 357 l Q .4--f '7 fxf ffl 4 W 4 w '9 ,Q 1 6 3, Lh' i 'e9 QRAGK fi W 4, , f' s N . A Q 1 .mm if 1 tx gvv-ff ,lg ' ' A M527 A' Making his first collegiate indoor appearance, freshman Doyle Magee, former Garland High ace, captures a third place victory in Dallas' 600-yard open division run. ,rare -K, .. H. Y M , 11,-af Q, wif' -, x ,.. ,,,, , r r--' N Q ,Lv ,wr f rv I ,L "1 f f ' 1.,. mn. "-rs x , vi! "':E!i W QQ, .., ,.,,,, W Q A I 'liz f V 5. Q s ,,.-x' ,ps .. ' fi- 5 X ,v-1 f 4 f ' X A M, , of fit gap W W --s ' , ' ' f'-- - -"--'-' 1 ' ' 4 'ff ' faatfwfa ,MQW WMWW ,, , . Av 'M , W. In MVC cross-country during the fall, miler John Chris- nian, placing seventh, led NTSU to third place. A Golden Gorilla breaks the tape in the 440-yard dash. Fred Pink follows a distant second. Kansas State defeated the out- numbered Eagles 92-55. Y.- 358 , Q is I ' ' ff.-. f M A stride ahead of Texas A8cM's Ted Nelson, Fred Pink leads ' the field in the 600-yard dash. Pink won NTSU's lone medal in the Fort Worth meet. A sudden burst of speed by TCU's Roger Hunt edges out North Texan Jody Horton in the first heat of the 1,000-yard run at the Dallas Indoor Meet. Hunt was given first place, Horton second in the two-heat affair. 'QEZMWQ Msmarzgm e 9-...vw ,N - X Y . 'Vest 'N 3 Q .' gs 'W 'tg' , W x L .,v -S' f. 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I A chilly Southern wind does nothing to improve running con- North Texasflohn Chrisman jockeys for field position on the third I dltlons at the Southwest Recreation Track Meet ln Fort Worth. lap of the mile run behind runners from Texas Tech and Baylor. 1 l 'X 'je w. , y X - -M is ffws X fn. X 5 V .f gc Y f zx A 1,2523 X A Z5 ,f I T l l Q 2 we x i l l ii 1 l I 5 s 3 ss W ' 5" A X . .v asv r , AN s Q rf - -- ,. M is 1 we M5814 I r. W : A :SRV ' f t s J I f ' mt W, we tw , , X Q. ,W y y Y, X, I X 9? W, ,w . 7 ' ax 2 'ww VZ r 717 X X 3' f Q5 lic 41 Sw ,t W ,af Af A , fm , , X if Q f i A l W 1 r f Lane assignments are given by Richard Menchaca and trainer Carroll Mont- gomery to Bob Strange, Jody Horton, Ronnie Linscomb and Fred Pink. 'Ill' 1 x . I pf' .wee ,fa 5 , r R at aa, ,fend Q r e , X . ag. args! ' A as 1'5i3"', x ...X , fr ' .az sf -fgg , ,V ' ' Aff M M L sziwrfv , ' r. Q , f- 1 , 4-f,N,?'? ' V c , . ,W , ., '? A get if 'fr V. 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X S' E i "' .4 5. 1 FIRST ROW: Arvester Sheppard, Jody Horton, Fred Pink, Ron Linscomb, Bob Strange, janero Zapata. SECOND ROW: jerry Tanner, Ira Daniels, Ron Haver, john Chrisman, David Ballauer, Lonnie Parrish, Leslie Reaves. fav is .X X- 'L ,, if X' 'NSR OJN '-.....,-A M633- ww if s 'W H at X 'j W .t ws V K ' .' so is 0 f Maxx! 1 J 'lv X W 'hs ,rf Www.: 'Q NN Graduate assistant coach Rich- ard Menchaca points out to Ron Linscomb what to expect for his lap in the upcoming mile relay at Fort Worth. A ra 1 fs N . ,M X ga Q if W ,M ,X ,r-W, , . xl 'Hg ra ' ' ff! s , w "'-v-"""--'W--'Nw 4 4 H-um N 1 ig 3 F itrlvlnuunnunsunbf vgmuwpwvu ....,... x ' x I. 3 S , t............,......f Www-.""' ,,,,,,,, kk 3 f """ 'r X , X,-gnu-nun V f uusnnqnqun- -'Mmm --... ' i -3- t Q E' 1' 3 5+ --vu-nu . -N-f Q M- , 5' 'unannoun- Q 4 1 .,...,, A J up t........... 'mv' ju, L 'I A 'X nlsoanunu .MDN ........ -K W k i X . X I If , M 4, E r A so 'J N ' X ' ' ' --Qu uff ,- 'll f r 1- ' . l fm. 005 "?'! , y - an I 2 X. 5 'l I 'f I if O ' Ik- Nl ' ruth A' g 'X ' f ' t,, -.ff J ,Q an 1 , f 5 s 5 M- M ' . N, , . - w . Q N VV ..... iw l at l f ' ,, ' ' l X 1 iii is 4 l ,fl 'Y ,M . 'L' , -v N, Q N C ,.,.. 1 FRESHMAN TRACK TEAM FIRST ROW: Tommy Conway, George Tuel, Billy Polk, Odie Stephney. SECOND ROW: Doyle Magee, Garth Budlong, john Goyen, Louis Smith. Jody Horton rounds the curve a stride ahead of a University of Houston Cougar in the first heat of the 1,000-yard run in Dallas. Horton won second. 364 4, fy- ' . V r vs I ani. 2 , ' V 6 . ia- . V 'us i : t :V A 4 0 f. an , A ,auf ' Amid., . 1 .A ,fs 1, W , . 5 .Q .f I , . -4 ,s 4.4 - M V V x - V A ' C 5 4 Www- ,X 1.5 5 Q ii 5144. f 5 ' T 0 ' V ' f .1 - Q ,Q .Q , Y ,, I 4 1 ,W . Q ,, 3 to t ei. s 9 , ky K , Q X.. ,s ' B fi? X .f 2 . if 2 Q N., ? 0 . ., , g j H S . . M gk g 5 at w . xl 5 . I g .f -N 1 f tw , -.A '5 t . 7 a. A . i 2 L was '1 ' 5 4 X 1 . K W 1 W ll 'u s 'l tx H . Victories at the Southern Intercollegiate, Southwest Recrea- of the tournaments that Herbert Ferrill's golf teams have tion, Border Olympics and the NCAA Meet are only a few won trophies in during his ll years as NTSU coach. . . . a young and inexperi- enced North Texas golf team served notice that t h e 1 9 6 4 squad was to be reckoned w i t h. T h e squad, which had only two returning lettermen from a team that placed third in the NCAA tournament last year, started off in a blistering pace. For the fourth straight year, the Eagles captured the team championship in the Southwest Recreation Golf Prospects Looked Dim But Tournament in Fort Worth. One week later, Coach Herb Ferrill's linksters en- tered the Border Olympics and won third place behind Houston and Texas. The absence of All-American Bobby Greenwood along with captain Rives McBee, Don Wilson and Elgie Seamster was felt, but four transfers brightened Fer- rill's prospects for another winning season. In this llth season as coach, Ferrill brought the school's match record past the 200th dual victory mark during the 1964 campaign. 365 A promising freshman last year, Dwight Nevil paced entries in the Southwest Recreation this spring to win the individual title with rounds of 70 and 75. w T A ss - 9 i X E f , 5 f WY sz f . n 13, a .jess lf , M ' 'mv 1 f J ew if 44: A ' 1 2 f f One of two lettermen returning from last season's successful team, Canadian Ron Folk helps Coach Ferrill capture the 200th dual match. 366 .f ,fe i, e ,,gr4 Q ,,.r:,,gQ 3 ,410 I I 5 Expected to add depth to the North Texas link team, Bob Thom- i son, like fellow Canadian Ron Folk, is a returning letterman. I ' f ' ,I 1 X is Q .--' Q f V-EE af , .. A 2 A J mf . W j!A'm.W,,aw unix ff. ,, i""""e-my NV. ' F--3 N" Wgz.-f ' J 5 9 n mr? ,,,-RNWQ A sophomore transfer from Odessa College, Harold Gardner works on the links toward his first North Texas varsity letter. K 5 X 3'::.f'f wmv 4, E .X E- f 2 Q A 'elk , O fxf. QMN' Q i xkgifg-, xii North Texas' hopes in the MVC and NCAA tourneys are boosted with the appearance of jim Patterson, one of four transfers. EAGLE GOLF TEAM .1 FIRST ROW: johnny jones, Bob Thomson, Brian Young- jl dahl, Dwight Nevil, Steve Threlkeld. SECOND ROW: David Flowers, jim Patterson, Ron Folk, Harold Gardner, Coach Herbert Ferrill. . . A ,U f In his llth season as coach of the North Texas golf team, Herbert Ferrill watched this year's Eagles win the univer- sity's 200th dual match victory. Moving up from last year's Eaglet team, Steve Threlkeld also has experience from playing the State Amateur tourney. ' A G f s E L, 12:11 sv W In the strokes ,fl- a.g.Y,a!!3A'?! Southwest Recreation Tournament, Brian Youngdahl finished six behind teammate Dwight Nevil for medalist honors with 151. ,,.,-ts-Q .WA A 'Q-Us fe X N 1 N V? K 4 r K f f I '-a- N .4 Wi . f 1 , Q 1 fa . fe ' , , 1 ' f -4 NQQQ tw. 4 J ' ai- - 1 . : NJ l a ff ' .f ' ,' j a '5' t wg' W 'P ,. 1 V . 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A Promoting athletic spirit among North Texas males, 3 the NTSU intramural program covered 11 sports. Foot- ll ball and basketball claimed the biggest student partici- I pation. Ten fraternity teams entered both sports, while a massive three-league contest was waged by independ- ent teams in both basketball and football. Perennial kingpin BSU was edged by the Spartans in a playoff of independent league teams. Sigma Nu, defending fraternity league champ, earned the univer- sity intramural football crown by defeating the Spar- tans in the playoff game. 369 For the second year, Robert McMullin quarterbacks Sigma Nu. In a post-season game Sig- ma Nu downed Kappa Alpha 6-0 in the annual Greek bowl. Expectant hands anticipate a pass from the man under on the Delta Sig team. Kappa Sigma, finishing eighth in the league, tries to intercept. ' I r Lf V237 , , fm? ,WW M, vim. - rv . r,, A f X -, Egww N A fit W , U f , V sf s 5 -1 vi 12, 1.5" N 1 I ' .L , . , 1 MQ? 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Wm" Behind the powerful forward wall of the Sigma Nu line, quarterback Robert McMullin Y receives the snap from the cen- ter in this fraternity contest. ee 3 t ss 2 1 5:-5 css f ' X 1 . 1 is . l ixutxm xx S ' ' '- . .N ,rn 1 371 so H ,',,, A Q-" ' x .mpc - ' A ww. has W at 1 5 Www sf Wi 1 1 f, saws Arms aloft, opponents vie for the ball with unparalleled de- termination. Each team knows that to win, it has to have the most important object: the ball. Jv- teal Moving up to second place this season, last year's fraternity league team. Here a Theta Chi receiver cellar team Theta Chi was the most improved finds the ball knocked from his grasp. 372 'S' lf 'Q t Z q,,nvw,f 'Wi . ,,f"' A 0 N.: 4 agfiilf S e X , W' f--1131 "f" - few , . z ,,,, ' ' G ww ,ff 4, , Q Q V QM' xSiW,f, . I , Q - ,.f1-fsfswaf ' ' fy ,, fl . - ' f ,I,l5"" . is , 4 1 L .,'. , .. 2. gy' N 5 ' U g ,. ,g55g.,.3w,g 1 ,Lf 1,5 'swf , ' j Q. A' Xa '53 ' ' X 2 , -- s rf .W A S , 2 . ,f V ,, ,S , H .v, t V rf' - QQ N M sf f s. 'iii iz, 7' ' A ,.,, 75,6 X 1 ,FW N. 7 94 fm, EQ' as 1, ,v N 'S -W if I 4 -, . A , ,,, W 'Q' if if 0 ffm 1f I wifes'-5 is may 5 Q , N, cts,,s,w,W ,XI U I . Z ,X X 4 ,:.,, ' . Y ' 0 g S X Dfw I , ,SQ 7,74 W I6 x 'i uf-Z - F ls' 2 3 ,S . Q Q tifffsisf-fy? flwlflvi K . ., , N 7 5 A.-N Q X f 'WN S f X L ,gsffst , fa 'If Hum sf gy , Q ! fu 6 ai Q' G x Nia it A phi' We A nm' 3 ,Mgr S if Z ffffif A." - ni' if' an .I .ns M s..-1 , . M 15 . Q, f 'ages 4? 4 .fs 9. 'i 'f Seizing a pass from the quarterback, a BSU-er is not safe long before a Spartan moves in for the tag. The Spartans won 60 TOP: Shirtless Mauro Vasque gets set for a pass from the B29ers quarterback as a de- fender from West Dorm No. 1 moves in for an interception. MIDDLE: An Angle Flight gets touched by a BSU defensive man to halt the forward prog- ress. This victory moved BSU a step closer to the league title. BOTTOM.' Racing to pick up every bit of yardage, the Sigma Nu quarterback nears trouble: a Lambda Chi Alpha defensive man in the secondary. X H in , ' ii . Q. S Q f X7 I fi Ji? S 09,5 X f . N w fi , -5: ,. , ' " ' Fsrwfk X f S t H K ,Q X .... My , SN? a H ' 4 By a slim 6-0 margin in the playoff game, the Spartans end the Baptist Student Unionls gridiron domination in the In- dependent Football League. 5 s ,, f- , W J +. :fa g I 1 'zigrib' M I v V I 1' .JL 4 w X,-, 1. 4 .Y I , 4 ff f , , ,, , 4 f ' - ' ' W , i f . S, Y - , S ,Q :sf M,Q'g5, A , , ,7 f , f ff ,, ff, ' A V ff , ' 4 fa my , ,, . 2 ', f !,..f,,,f. ' r 04.619 , f , vii' ,, -- - ,, ,1:,,,,:f, 4 ,M af 5 lv, -0 f Q, ' I ' Q gf 545' . W 4 , X if i, WZqgfl , ,5 ,A tha, 1522 iff 4 X g,gcv31,,w, , 1 A r ,I . nv 'f 1 ' " , 4 , - f K - ' 1 ' V V 1 W , , : ' fa A 4421 A Sigma Nu swarm breaks through the front line of Lambda Chi Alpha Sigma Nu had no trouble in winning this gridiron contest. 374 'N KE X . f Q X we is ,gay 5 ' ! x Q fi ,Rd VX, he Students serve as game ollicials during the intramural season. l Here Bill Hand referees the BSU-AFROTC football game. S l l 11 Li ll 1 A loose ball finds two BSU Greens and one Musketeer scrambling for the recovery. The Musketeers were victorious by an easy 52-37 score. 375 af fs ,K . I in . Q Four BSU cagers sink in on an opponent during an independ ent league game. Arms high, the defense looks tough. Two-on-one, a Delta Sigma Pi player passes off to a teammate in an intramural cage contest. BSU fell victim to the business fraternity in League C. RIGHT: Greg Whitman of the BSU Ragnots drives in for a layup against Delta Sigma Pi, the winner of this independent league C basketball game. BOTTOM: BSU's intramural prowess is not limited to only football. Here two BSU basket- ball defenders move in to block an opponent's shot. '1 ? f 2 I fr A defensive rebound by Dick Russell adds to the BSU Ragnot cause in inde- pendent basketball action against Delta Sigma Pi in League C. All-American golfer Bobby Greenwood, trying his hand at intramural basketball, stops to assist an injured teammate after calling for a time out. NTSU graduate assistant Don Bailey steps into the role as Coordinator of the university's ll-sport intramural program this year. .ff .f ,ne X iff fr TOP: Action in intramural basketball games frequently matches action in intracolle- giate play. Here an independ- ent player prepares to go for a basket. 16IClI'IT.' The BSU Ragnots' rebounding skill is not enough as the Lions, another independent league team, out- gun the Baptists 43-33. A Delta Sigma Pi player goes up for two as BSU Ragnot R. L. Burton attempts to block the shot in this independent League C basketball game. Si fx ia H P L X, Y, p , X mm gmt? ' 5 az? M a af WAN W ww . W ., M M. , ,, ,,-,-,va ,:,..,.,f...f,.f,N. V 4.1, WZ Sin , - f f ,!5Wfg??ff.1s- rt is X :gag Y. W, WW" 1' The lone repeater from last year's red-shirted tennis team Schreiner Institute during 1962. The 6-foot-2 netter cap- is Roland Ingram, national junior college champion from tured both the singles and doubles national titles. . . . at North Welcom Spring rejuve- o nated sports Sl hte interests. . Coach Ken- O neth Bahn- T senis young team opened the season with a winning streak of six matches. The Eagles began a rebuilding program during the 1964 season after fail- ing to field a team for official matches in 1963. Bahnsen's net team is composed of four transfers and one member from the 1962 freshman squad. Dual matches with such opponents as Kansas, Okla- homa, Texas A8LM and Houston were played as a prelude to the Missouri Valley Conference tournament in May. A former Eagle athlete in the early ,50s, Coach Bahnsen began his eighth year at North Texas with a record of 41 wins, 43 losses and six ties. 379 s 0 - N. A, , X ' - I fziffigx . ., 4 'TEA 5 M4 ff' 5234.4 1 Q k s 5 .A K :,qx Wk. 'Y -1-dw. ' V, M 5251 4'.faw",At3 2' V. ' - W144., ' W . 4 ,AN 3' .-f'3l"','s il ,ga ,s 'f?'f-PQ sf np., ,ia . ,H ,. ,,,,. 3,953 ,sj.j., - -f - . -. 2 ' .v env,-Fyy. f this 5- V L I - ':'3.'a'ie:Q 'lk' ' ' ?' ksiezifzrrafei V fi-:JQ7-"Y 11 'Z W Ya?" 41 i f J.,-P4 'vt a . 15 Wgfrfa , Qiifz, ., -'U 755'-N"'a91i,ff s J , .6 v, 1, W- i 2344-. X33 .Jimi as XQAQF' FRESHMAN TENNIS TEAM Harmon Caldwell, Bruce Gaines and Paul Snodgrass. One of four transfers making up the nucleus of the varsity netters, junior Bob Rader earned letters for two seasons at Navarro Junior College. ,,,,....,..---.wana-' joe Rigsby, a transfer from Odessa College, opened the 1964 net , . . . . . h D season with an impressive singles wm over Southeastern Okla oma E 1 sz J 'is s va A N: 53 Qs r I I 5 i E I r 1 I v i W xx E i I I n w 1 1 Q. N , -g,m,,,2K,5,wWm vw 4 it - .N 5 wing t ,z gdggsf 'M i s bn' , 4 Q , ' l ' ff fi K .i,. . V V 5 Q s s ft we fa: 4 t fn ,-. X ,fs ,A K' ,if A , X V . 5 sixth 1 S 1 r -,i N Z' 4 ,A 549 -' .,,. .f .A 4- f ' , s , ,-L ,,"..1X. , N R X V, , ' ' .!si.,Jf'. K ' M..-.MW-1,314-:V-1--'fi , 3 . -, 7 iv ,- W - , , l ,V E A ' , :aj 'fame , R ...-.pf ' 1'1" , U A 4 'JW is 1 A N-f Y 1 . M , j F f 1 1 ' 4 Q Q i A 3 fl 380 Q , I L. V AL 1 ani X 7 V ' 1 'f , , If 4 f W. , ,af I A, g r ff, ' ff - tw Xi iv ,M , N , ' 4, , '.m.-mms ,Af f fa , WW mg " . 5.0-ww' f, , M,,,...wf X . X E 'I Three times Texas' high school tennis champion, Charlie Chrane played the past two years at Lubbock Christian Col- lege before coming to NTSU. ,ij 1' Q .. xp ,,.. 4 g is Q 0 f - - . ' , ' -is .K ss. ' 4.. - f . ,,,,,, if 'S ig ' Q ywgaswwff zr -zzrir e . X X ' 5 ,. H if f ,.,, ,g'vfW, ag Mg- 'hsjgyfgw ,ff gy jf.. 3 R V. in s, hywff cfm ww 'gg M 'af s , f ' ' f e,,1 r Q f sv y 1 C 'T J elm Nesa A if 4 if? if Q 1 'eg 4 , A T S X W X l I 5' pm! M ...sa 5 im i -f w i"Sw.lwe'- 3" fig Zfrgw iw C 'SSL' - 7 X Tw! 5 A ,,,,,.,,,... 1 ',:,N"' 3 31:-wwg -- "'lI 6, wr. .. msvwf Sophomore George Helton looms as a prospect on the Eagle varsity net team. He moves up from last year's frosh team. 1 I Q Ul f C ""ifQi3a? y 4. trfa :api-53324 'Q if 3 H Q , fm wiwlwiee TWP as "TP X S ,gf J A V+ e his F L' " it Mi, Y -i 1 .... .yr ---, 1-MT' '- I, I I 1 to 7,r,.L-,f lifafsu f h e +fw1Ief'i 7' .s.e . f .,. Mi f i i gf e 1 , ,i..,, l M y , as I h.,rh.h, ,h eey, f ,LJ s..1,..J.s 'an '-.av Er Q A . at, 'x S N bw... wg,n? Southpaw netter Dennis Conner, a member of the Eagles' doubles team, moves up to the North Texas varsity from the 1962 freshman squad. M' J N-51, 1 i 381 1, 4 4 EMJ if , f W 4 1 5 , 4 ' rug it 5 .3 S 1 f 3. , fl bf it ,LEW 5 1 fun ,,,, ri ,g V .- 1 ' S ' ' f 5 V ' f e 3 4 1 a..fg,aM A Q 5- 4 - A , ' X r I x fi' V ,' E .. li' 'n 0 I I : E . ' I Nj K - ' f 1 f' N- H- f',....,i, . , X. 4 ' 'f 1 'P "3 . A 1 ,s ' . 2 , f,,,.4.. ...r DS A .g ,. - "' 1 ' I ' z fi . L ' T M17 , f , 4' ft' u S ' 'V 1' 5' rf, f V' -'ga' X ,,.. , ' we , , , ' , ,, ., .. N E ,I , L W, 1 g V' '7 " Q , f- M i mgw . , 1 ,,,. 1 A.. .-.-4..7Y-VW i- l.l -1-f-+--vxvq,q?qQq,.,,-,.,,.:eY: L --fs---f--Q5 Y W A Sports Spirit, kill for NT Coed While the athletic world may be predominantly male, North Texas females are not content to let the opposite sex monopolize sports. The Womenis Recreation Association, coordinating six dilferent sports, is designed to promote participation by North Texas coeds in athletics. During the fall, North Te. -2 members played host to the state WRA convention. Delegates from eight colleges and univer- sities heard Dr. Darrell Dunham of the NTSU School of Education faculty deliver the keynote address. Throughout the year, the WRA sponsored both in- tramural and extramural coed tournaments. Next year, the association hopes to include hockey in its broaden- ing scope of female athletics. A forward thrust, a parry, an- other thrust, and touche! A point. In February, members of the NTSU Fencing Club held their annual tournament. A variety of movements, equi- poise, and finesse gives the fencer a graceful appearance. He must know when to ad- vance and retreat effectively. A basketball tournament is just one of the sports sponsored by the Women's Recreation Asso- ciation that allows coeds to compete athletically. ,W M' Q" , '4 . .Pf fair, xA ff -+- N wu- , V . 5 . er Q f y he .W , . 'W W - , 'M S , 3' emi' W 'W WW WWV ' W 'f iffy mf W ff , , c -A " f , , ' f 2V 5 N 7 if WW " 9 :NN W Q B 1 A 3 W f A " - W ' ' , 5 f- f ,.., r - f , ' ' f, ., N, A ra , K f Ns '34 gg: "4 if i 3565 f Z! 4 1. .1 W Hia ' 1s gf at I My xi fi K , - M5 , .- 1 3 f 'Z ,V wg I qw . f 1. . J af ' 4' Q gr . Q- ' x- A-., Q' , f . 5 h 1. cs 5 14 . 'S Wa w3 1 fa wwf 6 , M c W x A- .5311 if sl ziggy? sg Z X, ' f ' . rt ' , A Q , f . 1, 1 V , .,., , :f 1-- " or 4 X W f . Qt., lag, X Q 'tif 3 s L 47 wk Q I Q-., ,, ----N s 1.-s . , l QS? - is ,a '21, - ge .lf A . , .,.,: , H .. K' A "I " ' A ' 'f sf iz SG -.-- A if, A F 5 sf ,Qi l' f , F 4 ' v l' .N I 1 if C K' " V , Q l Q Q , 4' Q A 'E '- , X ' ' the V, ,. ,,,.,., 4 ki,,,. H Q, U "iff ' ,. if ' a 1' ,, X xii, 1 X if-N ' , ' f ' rs W . . X ' "X ' ,v ,Sig 'z gg .' , . W, .gen -4 2, -vvv g ., , -- +L.. e Y .Aw cwxvw- -V :roxwn 'f sg., Qs -- , t ' 1 .. X . ' ,. 35' -s" X 'hui Q., ,,c If . X . K , ,. - ., 45 ,3 cv., Q. r , Y ,av A M ,Q Us E ' I V , , " , . I ,- ti wig ,E wb., r O A W with WRA hopes to include extramural hockey-competition other colleges-in its expanding realm of female athletics. ,M x ,c,,:,f W CLASSES I i qw V , I, Q ii A THE MEDIEVAL UNIVERSIT ...I ,IT TO BE A STCREHOUSE OI I III I? UNIVERSITY I.ooKs FCI w a s B 1 'SQ -ff2fI E nil! LZ-, ml , II ,ZA fig! I ik I ' 'I I I I I V iq , I I I I I I I I I I I -if I I I I E I 9 f I I I I I I I 3 . ""-If 1 I I II I LOOKED BACKWARDS: IT PROFESSED DLD KNOWLEDGE .... THE MODERN IARD, AND IS A FACTORY OF NEW f A- T. 1-1. HUXLEY 3, Nil. fs . Th 11' . S. -Qi ' -,-li- -,,-,,- f.- -Leg - , ' ,ps '9 WN 'ws' ai' -.we ,- ,J 1 ..,. sq. -7 1976 r V' 'ee ...X Q K, . '15 fig ic' 1:03 1 A Vg, 'iii . T: I, , Q K , , Us x 7 af. as fc ' dv f GRADUATE CLASS OFFICERS. 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DeGaugh, Tommy Dallas Dreisbach, Linda Kay Tyler e . ., 386 Driggers, Orin Moneks Corner, S.C. Engelberg, Sandy Vidor Ethridge, Joe Weatherford Eubanks, Peggy Bonham Fatter, Esmond A. New Orleans, La. Flannery, Tina Mercedes Griffith, Ruth Jane Texarkana, Ark. Gronstal, Philip Fresno, Cal. Gullett, Ray Dallas Hampton, Riley Megargel Hardie, Calvin Keller, David Key, Morris King, Richard Kucera, Leon Leffingwell, R. Jon Macbeth, Mary McDaniel, Barbara McPhail, Cynthia Mall, Harold Marouf, Subhi Meador, Earl Means, Betty Miller, Thomas Mitchell, Fred Mitchison, Leon Naugher, Jimmie Norris, Jerry Owens, Dan Poe, Wayne Pool, Gail Pool, John Pummill, John Purser, Joyce Redwine, Edward Robertson, Barbara Rodgers, Alice Rojas, Guillermo Ruckle, Kenneth Russell, Fred Overton Irving Wiehita Falls Dallas Ennis Arlington Pasadena Dallas Hatliesburg, Miss. Wyrnore, Neb. 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Cedar Hill Bray, Leamon Roy QFD Garland Brazelton, Charles QSD Fort Worth Brecheisen, Robert O. QJD Dallas Brecher, Jo Ann Galveston Breeding, Mary QSD Dallas Brett, Victoria QFD St. Petersburg, Fla. Brewster, Eric QSD Odessa Brice, Betty QFD Sulphur Springs Briggs, David Todd QFD Lanzpasas Brimer, Robert Goliafl Brinker, Jane Odessa Brinner, Sandra QFD Snyder Brisendine, Joyce QJD Fort Worth Brister, Patricia QSD Lonzeta Brock, Lana QFD Alirlwest City, Okla. Bromfield, Cindy QFD Dallas Bromser, Sherry Gatesville Brooker, Linda Jean Canzrlen, Ark. Brooks, Barbara Don Abilene Brooks, Beverly QFD Dallas Brooks, Donald QFD Garland Brooks, Gail Midlothian Brooks, Gary Cedar Hill Brooks, Jimmie QFD Dallas Brooks, Ken Fort Worth Brooks, Ronnie Denison Brookshear, James QFD Denton Brothers, James QJD Shamrock Brotherton, Luther QFD Dallas Brown, Alan Dale QFD San Saba Brown, Anthol1Y Dallas Brown, Betty QSD Fort Worth Brown, Brenda QSD Nocona Brown, Carolyn QSD Plainview Brown, George QJD El Campo Brown, Glenna Odessa Brown, John QFD Fort Worth Brown, Judy Clare QSD Fort Worth Brown, Kenneth L. Denton Brown, Linda Sue QFD Denton Brown, Michael QSD San Antonio Brown, Ron QFD Dallas Brown, Sandra QFD Mesquite Brown, Sandra Carol QFD Denison Browning, Sylvia QSD San Antonio Brownlee, Ben QFD Hutchins Brownlee, Harry James QJD Odessa Brummett, Marilyn QSD Dallas Bruner, Mary K. QFD Terrell Bruner, Tommy QSD San Antonio Brunette, Beverly QFD Fort Worth Brunner, Francey QFD Dallas Bruno, Theresa QSD jacksonville IQ. an-5 'wb : , R i l Q. 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Carrollton Houston Dallas Dallas Abilene Galveston Pilot Point Fairfield Henrietta Athens Dallas San Antonio Odessa Irving Denton Dallas Grand Prairie Bridgeport Gorpus Christi Abilene Mlhitesboro San Antonio Denton Dallas Hillsboro Eldorado Dallas Big Sandy Graham ina , WK.-A 1 what N-...A f Zh ,sy arfiff' ','rr- fr, D f -f V E 'ff Darnell, Kal' CFD 4 1 ,N A - C' r ' K gy X 6 ,W 'V,, , Vi' Darr, Janet CFD ' .e --J ,Q D' W F ' ,., gi- Daugherty, Patricia , Daugherty, Suzanne CFD Davidson, Frances CSD , , Q Davis, Alton CFD fr "r ' :ls f X PW Davis, Betty Joan CJD ' W M Davis, Carmen CFD ff-1 Davis, Donald CFD ,, lyyu Davis, Howard 1 5? R Davis. 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Lynn Houston le A V filr , "N 1 Hurst, Marcia KSJ Dallas W , .,.: , Q -' 'li' Hurst, Martin Luther Bay City M J i i Hurst, Suzanne CSD Dallas SOPHOMORE CLASS '41 I I W I ni OFFICERS: Y Nancy Hunt.. treasurer, Curtis we V Loveless, president, Judy Ander- son, secretary, Kathy Mahaffey, A vice-president. , n rl. 'YY fs 49" W"""1Y 446 'f , fig , iw, Q an Huskins, Melanie Jane QFD Huston, Carol QSD Hutcherson, David Hutchins, Jerry QSD Hutka, Jerrie QSD Hutson, Betty Jo Hyde, Janie QSD Hynds, Norma Sue QJD Ibsen, Karen QSD Inge, Patsy QSD ,. lf- J 4 A If 1, Nw, V 'nb 'hr - if , , , 1 X A if ,f We 62 ow f f -at a '-as '1' W'-0 A -, ,::i. , rf ,..4' , , c K . ,S -4 Waxahachie Dallas Gainesville Waxahachie Garland Saint fo Dallas Mesquite Fort Worth MCIX'illIIFjl Q, 'ex Q if , 4 Us gf- if' H, w 51 . 1 4 f ' ' 1 v z ,. if M i' 6 ,.-Daiwa J 4 1 -Q ,sr 1:49 I i . f Q fc .4 ., , i v 4, ,, at vii' rm Q mf 4 . , , My 1 'fir fy, fr, X ' 1 , . 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Thomas QSD Miller, Linda QFD Miller, Linnie QSD Miller, Mary QFD Miller, Phyllis QJD Miller, Ron QFD Miller, Sandra QFD Miller, Susan Miller, Tommy QFD Miller, Virginia Miller, William Millet, jeff QSD Millet, John QSD Mills, Mills, Mills, Mills, Mills, Mills, Alan QSD Cecelia QSD Jana QFD Judi' QSD Linda jo QFD Steve Milner, James QFD Milner, Lee QSD Milner, Steven QFD Mims, Mims, Larry QFD Rita Miner, Merry Lu QSD Miramontes, Jimmy QFD Mitchell, Clark QJD Mitchell, Diana Mitchell, Donald Mitchell, Eileen QFD Mitchell, Gerald Q-ID Mitchell, Jo Ann QSD Mitchell, Ronnie ss s of '6 , '66, '67 Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Carrollton Krum Waco Chilton Dallas Azle Dallas Fort Worth Goshen, Ind. Dallas Dallas Valley View Dallas McKinney Dallas Dallas Denison Electra Garland College Station Terrell Plainview Vernon Houston Quitrnan Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Longview Lufkin Waxahachie Houston Houston Childress Gainesville Aff- " 3 v..,-- 4: , V! .Hd mx" 'M ..fHl 54 r W Q M .as fr '. 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Railsback, James QJD Marlin Rainey, Jerry QSD Wellington Rainey, John QFD Carrollton Rains, Judy Grand Prairie Rainwater, Richard Vernon Ralston, jennell QFD Midlothian Ramey, julie QSD Denton Rammel, Connie QFD Dallas Ramsey, jackie QFD Bellevue Randals, Barbara QFD Hico Randolph, Clay QFD Wichita Falls Raney, Linda Fort Worth Rankin, Donna QJD Graham Rankin, Genie QJD Weatherford Ransom, Shirley QJD Big Spring Rasberry, Billy QSD Ackerly Marv? ,Q wi , Ratcliff, John QSD Livingston wr'-is 5,31 4 Rawlings, Robert QFD Dallas ll we Rawls, John QFD Corrigan Ray, Charlie QSD Waco Ray, Pam QFD Dallas I D Raybon, Donnie QSD Brownfield 4k .,. - 1' 'N' Q Raybon, Ronnie QSD Brownfield P. Read, Jan QSD Dallas Read, Joseph QFD Denison Reagan, Helen QFD Smithfield " 4 D1 ,Wim Img' Reasoner, Norma QSD Azle r 'Q ew ' ln M Reaves, J. L. Plainview Sm ,QM - nl Reece, Paul QJD Itasca i A g ' Reed, Donny QJD Simms 0? 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Q . rf . 6, 4, ' 9 V ' G5 JW- , 'ff ' H. 'V' fu-. ,dr "' 'NX M 5 A . ,.-f , Eel we Qs 5' f Q .L ,X . sh S X If 0 ,, it :iii-ti? ' ees, fig ff M 5' ,a, ex., ug, 4 . wr, if iii, f.. .X Q , I A, V ,, ' sp 'Dm g pr' s Q ess s ,leg ADAMS, jimmy: .llfzilfftiizg ABERNATHY, Suzanne: Elrm. Ed. Alpha Phi, recording secretary IS'omen's Forum SEA, program committee ACE ACORD, hlarv jane: Sec. Ed. Alpha Phi, president SNEA Marketing Club -XDAMSON, William: ,lfailrciing Delta Sigma Pi Marketing Club Management Club AINSWORTII. Bud: Iiusinfss Ed. Marketing Club NEA AKERLUNIJ, Eric: Accounting Alpha Lambda Pi ALDRIDCE. Paul: English Chapel Choir Methodist Student Movement ALEXANDER, Carole: Hmm' Ec. Ed. Phi Epsilon Omicron Ellen H. Richards SEA ALEXANDER. jerry: Bdllhlllg, Einanzt Fin tm e Club Marketing Club ALLEN. Ann: jtusic, Voiil Alu Phi Epsilon A Cappella Choir Grand Chorus ALLEN, Barbara: .llusic Ed. Alpha Phi Alpha Lambda Delta Sigma Alpha Iota, corresponding sec'v MENC ALLEN, Iimmy: Busincss Finance Club Young Democrats Accounting Club Investment Club ALLISON, Jean: Src. Ed. SNEA IVomen's Forum ANIMERMAN, Peggy: Psychology -lunior Mary Arden Alpha Lambda Delta Psi Chi ANDERSON. Amelia: Elcm. Ed. Kappa Delta Pi Mary Arden Club SEA Sigma Delta Pi ANDERSON, Sharon: Scc. Ed. Sigma Tau Delta, secretary Alpha Chi Kappa Delta Pi ANTIVINE, Dorothy: Prc-mcd. APLIN. Danna: Elcm. Ed. SEA ACE Kappa Delta Pi National Council ol' Teacher of Math APPLETON, Rex: Personnel flfgt. Lambda Chi Alpha APPLEIVHITE, Ronald: fllcnlrcling hlarketing Club ARAISTRONG, Boyd: Corcrrznzcnl ISO, treasurer Talons Pi Kappa Delta Vfhois YYhn ARNOLD, Kay: ,llllsic Ed. Mu Phi Epsilon, chaplain MENC Alpha Chl Grand Chorus ATKINSON, Beverly: Elrm. Ed. SEA ACE Angel Flight, publications officer Yucca Beauty AYERS, Brenda: English Sigma Delta Pi SNEA BSU IVomen's Forum BACON, Edward: xlrcozznling Sigma Phi Epsilon Talons Blue Key. treasurer Beta Alpha Psi Yucca IVho's Viho BAILEY, Anna: .lffllhrmulim Hlomenis Forum BAILEY, Charles: qldm. Afflzmginzcnl Los Cahellcros, president Klarketing Club BAIRD, Roh: fiorfnznrcril Young Republicans Chancery Club BAKER, Beverly: Psychology Chi Omega, rush chairman XVomen's Forum Xlarketing Club BAKER. Dorothy: llomr Er. Ed. SNEA ACEI Ellen H. Richards BAKER. Karol: Elfm. Ed. BAKER. Linda: English SNEA SENICDR IVomen's Forum Sigma Delta Pi BAKER. hlarilyn: Elcm. Ed. SNEA ACEI Kappa Delta Pi BALDIYIN. Patrick: .lfusic BALL.Xl'ER, David: Phys. Ed. 'I'-Club BALTIIROP, Steve: Education BANDY. Sonja: plilrw-rtisiizg Art SAAD BANKSTON. Douglas: Accounting Alpha Lambda Pi BANNER, Nick: Sccnndary Ed. BANNER Sue: .Secondary Ed. BARENTINE. Andy: Pcrsonncl lllgt. Delta Sigma Pi SAM Young Republicans BARKER, jerry: tllarkrting Sigma Nu Marketing Club BARNES, Phil: tlozifrflrncrzt Pi Sigma Alpha, secly-treas. LSNT Supreme Court, chief justice BARR. David Lee: tlorclnnzciit BSU ISO, treasurer Senior Class division Hogg-McAtee Tuition Scholarship BARRINILTON, Barbara: ltusinf st Ed. SNEA Phi Beta Lambda lVomen's Forum BASS, Karin: Elcm. Ed. Kappa Delta Kappa Delta Pi Gamma Theta Upsilon SNEA BATTLES, Bobby: Biology Alpha Chi Phi Eta Sigma I XVest Dorm Association Beta Beta Beta Yucca IVho's IVho I BEAKEY, Nlilliamq ltnnlcing, Fznanic Finance Club BEARDEN. Judy: English BSU, executive council hlary Arden Club . Dormitory vesper chairman SEA BEEBE, Charles: Sccondary Ed. Sigma Nu BELCHER, Snowflake: Education . BELL, Marv Anne: llomc Economics Ellen H. Richards XVomen's Forum Phi Upsilon Omicron BELL, Mose: Allltll' Ed. BELTON. Marv Ann: English BENNETT, Eugene: Prod. tllanagcment BENNETT, Gerald: lournalism Sigma Delta Chi Campus Chat, News: Ass't Sports E l. Sigriia Tau Delta BENNO, Irvin Jay: History Psi Chi Debate and Forensics Fencing Club BENTLEY, Art: lournalisnz Sigma Delta Chi BERRY, Donald G.: Elcm. Ed. BERRY. jean: Home Er. SEA Ellen H. Richards BITTLE, Rovall: Alailscling Marketing Club BLACKARD, Robert: Accounting BLACKBCRN, john: lllailcctirzg Sigma Phi Epsilon Marketing Club BLAKE, Billie Sue: English Who's IVho I'SNT 'FCOC Aloha Phi BLANEHARD, Michael: Scc. Ed. BLASSINGAME, Larry: tlfusic Ed. Phi Mu Alpha Concert Band Marching Band BOBBITT, Dwon: Psychology Psi Chi BOENKER, Martha: Elcm. Ed SEA ACE BONNER, Ed: llzlsinrts Ad. Marketing Club Insurance Club SAM BOSHEARS, D. IS'ayne: Elcm. Ed. SEA ACE BOSSMAN, Elizabeth: Src. Ed. Green jackets IVomen's Forum BS ' I BOSIYELL, Danny: Prod. Ilfanag. Pi Kappa Alpha Marketing Club Management Club BOSWELI., Larry: Psychology, liusincss SAM 494 IDE Marketing Club BOSIVELL, Virginia: Elcm. Ed. Kappa Delta ACE Women's Forum BOUNDS, Bill: Elcm. Ed. Talons SEA Gamma Theta Upsilon BOCRG, Carol: Social Studies BOWEN, Ted: English Blue Key Philosophy Club Lab Band BOWERS, Lnda Sue: Ilfusic Ed. Mu Phi Epsilon A Capella Choir Madrigal Singers BOIYMAN, Dorwin: Elem. Ed. Talons SEA LSNT l'Vho's IVho BOYD, Betty Sue: Bus. Ed. Alpha Phi Phi Chi 'Theta Meritum Yucca IVho's W'ho BOYD, lylartha: .Spanish Sigma Delta Pi Mary Arden Club BOYD, Sharron: English Mary Arden Club Alpha Beta Alpha Pi Delta Phi BRAGG, Linda: Bus. Ed. Marketing Club IV-1men's Forum BRALLEY, Sandra: Accounting Kappa Delta Phi Chi Theta Alpha Lambda Pi BRASSEAUX, Barbara: Speech Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Chi IVho's IYho TCOC BRAY, Betty: Src. Ed. NEA YVomen's Forum BREEDLOVE, Beth: Business BRINGEGAR, Carl: tllarltcling BRISCOE, Benny: tllarkctirig Marketing Club Insurance Club BROOKS, Helen: Elvin. Erl. BROOKSHEAR, Robert: Accounting Beta Alpha Psi Phi Eta Sigma Arnold Air Society Yucca YVh0's IVh0 . BROUNSTEIN, Edward: fliarltetzng Blue Key Phi Eta Sigma Marketing Club BROIVN, Ben: Psychology BROIVN. Benjamin F.: tllarketing Marketing Club BROIVN, Betty: Elcm. Ed. BROWN, Florence' Home Ec. Ellen H. Richard Club SEA BROIVN, Frank Neil: lllusic Ed. Pi Kappa Lambda Concert Band Marching Band BROIVN, Janette: Library Service BROIVN, Mary Madison: Library Ser. Alpha Lambda Sigma BROIVN, Max: Src. Ed. BROIVN, Morris: Accounting BROWNING, Patricia: English BREMBELOU, Karmen: Elem. Ed. Zeta Tau Alpha ACE BRUTON, Barbara: Math SEA BRYAN, Ora Louise: Elem. Ed. BRYANT. Arlen: Advertising Art SAAD, president BRYANT, james: Phys. Ed. Men's Pro Club SEA BRYSON, Sandra: Elem. Ed. Delta Gamma SEA ACE Women's Forum BUCE, Grant E.: Accounting Accounting Club BUCKNER, Barbara: English Alpha Phi SEA BURCH, james: Psychology Arnold Air Society BCRCH, jimmy: Phys. Ed. Football Geezlcs Talons BURCH, Robert: History BURK, Ann: lllusic Ed. Alpha Delta Pi Sigma Alpha Iota Kanpa Delta Pi BURR, Vicky: Elcm. Ed. Green jackets SEA ACE BURROW, Sandy: Sec. Ed. SEA BYARS, Eleice: Bus. Ed. Delta Gamma Phi Chi Theta BYNUM, Esther: Elem. Ed. BYROM, Mary: Elem. Ed. Beta Sigma Phi CACLE, Judy: Elem. Ed. Alpha Phi SEA CAHILL, Bob: Husinrss Kappa Alpha CAIN, jackie: Elem. Ed. CALLOWAY, Peggy: Business Ed. Alpha Lambda Delta Green Jackets hieritum CAINIPBELL, Alice: Advertising Art SAAD CAMPBELL, Bobbie: Bus. Ed. SEA Phi Beta Lambda CAMPBELL, Linda Alice: Elem. Ed. ACEI CAMPBELL, Pete: Marketing Marketing Club CAMPBELL, Robert L.: Svc. Ed. Sigma Phi Epsilon SEA Cheerleader CANAVATI, Cloria: English Kappa Delta Pi Pi Delta Phi CAPPS, Arthur: Sac. Ed. SEA CAPPS, Robert E.: Industrial Arts CARDEN, Kay: Education CARLTON, Ann L.: Elem. Ed. ACE SEA CARMEAN, Kirk: Government Talons Sigma Phi Epsilon USNT CARNAHAN, Carole: Elcm. Ed. CARRINGTON, Sue: Elem. Ed. ACE SEA BSU . CARTER, Glenda: English Zeta Tau Alpha u CARTER, Ray: Banking, Finance Phi Kappa Sigma Young Democrats Senator CARVER, Charles F.: Management SAM . Arnold Air Society Young Republicans I CARY, Kenneth: Interior Design SAID CASLER, Velton: Math CASTLEMAN, Bill: English SEA CATES, joy: Sec. Ed. CAVIN, Carolyn: Elem. Ed. NEA CHADWICK, Tommy Rae: Personnel lllanagemrnt Marketing Club I CHAPMAN, jan: English t CHAPMAN, Marie: Art Education SAEA I Q CHAUNCEY, George: Advertising Art SAAD Campus Chat, Ass't Bus. Mgr- Circulation Mgr. CHERRY, Ben: Education CHILDERS. joe: lllarkcling Marketing Club l CHISYVELL, jane: Home Economics Ellen H. Richards Club SEA CHISWELL, jean: Elem. Ed. MSM NVomen's Forum ACE SEA CHOATE, Charles Lee: Sec. Ed. Kappa Delta Pi Phi Alpha Theta CHOATS, lack: Business Marketing Club CLARK, Alice: English Sigma Delta Pi Alpha Chi Alpha Lambda Delta CLARK, Rena: Elem. Ed. Zeta Tau Alpha Angel Flight CLAUNCH, Eddie: Businrss Adm. Arnold Air Society Beta Gamma Sigma Marketing Club YUCCA VVh0's IVh0 CLAUSE. John: Sec. Ed. YVDA COALSON, Linda: Elcm. Ed. SEA Kappa Delta Pi University Players Sigma Alpha Iota M11 COBB, john, Government Phi Eta Sigma Pi Sigma Alpha Yucca YVho's Wfho COCA, Allen, Personnel lllgt. SAM CODY. Marvie, Sec. Ed. COKER, joe, lnduxtrial Arts TIAA AIAA COLE, Cathie, Sec. Ed. Kappa Delta Pi Sigma Tau Delta Alpha Delta Pi COLE, Fred L., Ind. Arts IA CLUB AIAA SEA COLE, Sue, Clotliing and Tcxtilcs Phi Upsilon Omicron Marketing Club COLLINS, Barbara, Elem. Ed. ACE SEA COLLINS, jean, Speech Therapy Sigma Alpha Eta COLLINS. jerry, Sec. Ed. COINIER, Gayle, Plzy. Ed. CONN, Babs, Elem. Ed. SEA ACE Tap Club CONN, Mike, lllarlccting Marketing Club CONNELLY, Mary Louise, History CONNER, Jett, f1OZ't"l'll7llf'l1l Chancery Club Philosophy Club CONNOR, Robert, Banking Sigma Phi Epsilon COOK, Betty jean, Art Ed. COOK, Charlotte, Sfianitlr COONS, Judy, Library Scrciif Alpha Phi Phi Chi Theta Mary Arden Club COOPER. Harriet, Elem. Ed. COPELAND. Michael G., Sfwccclz Debate Club COPLIN. Keith, Engliili COPP, Alice, lllatlz Kappa Blu Epsilon SEA COTTINGAME, jerry, Src. Ed. Psi Chi SEA Radio-TV Club COVINGTON. Carl, Scc. Ed Theta Chi COX, ,log Pvycliology Psi Chi, reporter COX, Mary Louise, Bur. Ed. hiarketing Club Phi Beta Lambda Junior Mary Arden COX, lNIartha Ann, Engliilr Kappa Delta Alpha Lambda Delta SNEA COX, T. C., Pty. Ed. G-eezles CRABBS, Wilbur L., Elcm. Ed. Phi Kappa Sigma SEA ACE Phi Delta Kappa CRAIN, Cathy Gail, Elwm. Ed. SEA ACE Young Democrats CRAWFORD. Alvis Glenn, Scc. Ed. CREDILLE, Donna Gail, Englixlz Delta Gamma Green jackets Young Republicans SEA CREEL. Gerald XV., Bur. Ad. Marketing Club SAM CROFFORD, Judith Ann, Engliilr SEA Young Republicans CROUCH, Billy, Iniuranco Marketing Club Management Club Insurance Club CROUCH, Kenneth YVayne, llzuincvx CRUIVILEY, Anita Marie, Elem. Ed. CULVER, Kay, Elun. Ed. Kappa Delta SNEA CURRIE, Daniel A., Spcccli and Drama University Players Fencing Club National Collegiate Players DAHLMAN, Charlene, Elcrn. Ed. ACE SNEA Kappa Delta DAILY, Judy, Elcnz. Ed. SEA Gamma Theta Upsilon DAILY. Marion, Gorcrrzmcnl Young Democrats Chancery Club DANIEL, Bob, Bur. Ad. Management Club Insurance Club DANIEL. jim, Accounting AFROTC Alpha Lambda Pi DAVIDSON. Bill, lllath and llluv. Ed. Chapel Choir MENC DAVIDSON, Michael, Social Scicnce SNEA ISO DAVIS, Beverly, Education SEA ACE DAVIS, Karron, Elcnz. Ed. SNEA DAVIS, Kayrene, Elcnz. Ed. iVest Dorm Sweetheart ACE SEA DAVIS, Nita, Bur. Ed. Kappa Delta Phi Chi Theta DAVIS. Richard, Prod. lllan. Sigma Phi Epsilon Marketing Club DAYVSON, Debbie, Elem. Ed. SEA Young Democrats DAY, Debbie, Elcnz. Ed. Kappa Delta SNEA DEFEE, Patsy, Encfliilz DELLINGER, Dixie Lee, Biology DENNY, Dolores, lllarlceling Phi Chi Theta Marketing Club ISO DENNIS, Donald, Adv. Art SAAD University Players DESKIN, Gary, Src. Ed. Theta chi DETWILRR, Shirley, Elfnz. Ed. ACE sm DICKERSON. Paula, But. Ad. DICKIE, D. Kent, Clrcnzivtry Alpha Chi Sigma DICKINSON, Donald Joe, rllarlcctingv Marketing Club DIETRICI-I, Tom, Buciricw Sigma Nu Nlarketing Club DILLARD, ,laniccg Biology DODSON, Allen E., llfarlccting blarketing Club Sigma Phi Epsilon DODSON. Ronald, Src. Ed. Alpha Psi Omega University Players Freshman Class, vice-president DOERGE. Sandra, lnlcrior Dciign SAID DOLLISON, Jerry, Bur. Ad. Marketing Club Young Democrats DORR. Karl, Buvincvr Sigma Nu hlarketing Club SAM DORSEY, lames, lllanagcmcnt DOSIER. Paula, Education SEA ACE DOTSON. Mclya, IIOIHI' Ec. Ed. Alpha Lambda Delta Phi Upsilon Omicron Ellen H. Richards Club Yucca YVho's YVho DOTY. A, Irvin, lnd. .flrtt DOUTHITT. Richard L., Accounting Delta Sigma Pi Accounting Club Finance Club DOYVNS. loe, Adrcrtiiing, lllarlrcling DREISBACH. joe, lllatlz Sigma Phi Epsilon Kappa Iklu Epsilon German Club DUBOSE. Gaylan: Englisli Sigma Tau Delta Phi Eta Sigma Avesta, editor Alpha Chi SVho's Wrho DUFF. SVilliam G., Economic: Debate Club Pi Kappa Delta DUNN. Delmelia, Honrc Ec. DURHAM. Annie: Src. Ed. Kappa Mu Epsilon EARLE, Marv VVinifred, Art. Ed. Yucca Staff-62 SEA EARNEST. Melvin! Sec. Ed. EARNHARD, Carolyn, Elem. Ed. ECKERT, Fred Goiicrnmcnt Young Republicans EDYVARDS, Don: fllatlz Sigma Phi Epsilon Phi Eta Sigma Talons VV'ho's Nlho EDWVARDS, Carlton, Accounting Accounting Club EDYVARDS, Sara Ann: Homc Ec. Ellen H. Richards Club EITEL. Robert YV., Scc. Ed. ELBERT. Alice, Bur. Ed. SEA Young Democrats ELLIOTT. Donna, Elcnr. Ed. ACE SEA ELLIOTT. Joe, Buvincvv ELLIS. Sue, Englivlz Alpha Phi Yucca Beautv ELLISON. Dave: Banking and Financ Finance Club ISO Young Democrats EMMONS. Gay: .4rt Chancery Club Nfarching Band Concert Band ENGDAHL, lNIary Elizabeth, Elem. Ed. SEA Kappa Delta ENOCHS, Rex. N., lllanagrnicnt Management Club EPLEY, David, But. Ad. Sigma Phi Epsilon Talons Finance Club EPPRIGHT. Judy, Englitlr Kappa Delta, secretary SNEA ESTES, Bill, Pixy. Ed. Sigma Phi Epsilon EVANS. Arlene, Elcm. Ed. EVANS. Malcolm Perry, lfinonct Finance Club FARMER. Bill, Intcrior Dcfign SAID Phi Eta Sigma FARMER. Charles, Adv. Art SAAD FAULKENBERRY, Don, lllarlfcting Lambda Chi Alpha Marketing Club FELPS. Patsy, Home Ec. Ed. SNEA Zeta Tau Alpha Ellen H. Richards Club FERRIS, Carol, English Chi Omega Angel Flight Cheerleader FERRIS. Matt, Accounting Sigma Phi Epsilon Talons Arnold Air Society FINLEY. Charles Edward, Pliyclzology Psi Chi Dclta Sigma Phi FINNELL. Alerry, llluvic Ed. Phi lNIu Alpha FISHER. Boyd, Scc. Ed. SEA Young Republicans FITZHUGH, Riley, Bur. Ad. 'USNT ISO Talons FLEYVHARTHY, Susan, Elcrn. Ed. ACE SEA FLINN. Alice: lllfd. Trrlr. Beta Beta Beta FLOYD. Larry, Elcnr. Ed. SEA FLOYD. Marven Jane, Art Ed. SAEA SNEA FODGE. Sylvia, Elcrn. Ed. SEA FORE. lNIargaret, Grwcrnnrcnl Pi Sigma Alpha Chancery Club Alpha Lambda Delta FORSYTI-I, Phyllis Ann, llffcd. Tccli. FORSYTH, Nlilliam C., .flccounting Accounting Club FOSTER, Bill, Sec. Ed. FOSTER. ,lerryg Accounting Arnold Air Society FOSTER. Judy, Homc Er. Ed. Chi Omega Ellen H, Richards Club SEA FOSTER, Lyndon, Ind. Arif Industrial Arts Club FRANCISCO, Donald, Biology Beta Beta Beta ISO Vlhols W'ho Phi Eta Sigma Philosophy Club FRANKLIN, James, llluvic Ed. A Cappella Choir FRANKLIN, Mrirris David, Birwrzcxr Ad. Finance Club M:ii'keting Club Accounting Club FRIEDLANDER. Betsy, Elvin. Ed. SEA ACE United jewish Students Elections Board FRYE. Inez, Elrni. Ed. SEA ACE BSU FLLLER. Connie, Plzyv. Ed. FULLER, Fred, Production lllanagcrncnt FULTON, Kenneth, lllusic Ed. Phi Mu Alpha MENC FUQUA. .l0e Newman, Plzyv. Ed. Men's P.E. Pro GARDENI-IIRE. Pat L., Buyinrit Theta Chi XVest Dorm Association hlarketing Club GARDNER, Barbara, llluvic Ed. GARLOYV, Iohn, Plzyvicr GARNER, Diane,S'lrcccl1 'lllrcrafry Sigma Alpha Eta, president XVomen's Forum GARRETT, I. YV.: lllarlccting Marketing Club GARY. Aloe Lee: lllatlr GARZA. Ann, Elcm, Ed. GATZKE. Barbara, Hlvlorv GEORGE. Robert, Go:'crnn1r'nt YVest Dorm Association GIBSON. Billy Gene, Elcnr. Ed. ACE SEA tiII.BF.RT. Penny, Alarlfcting Kappa Delta. rush chairman Marketing Club, vice-president Green jackets Mary Arden Club GILDER, Barbara, Elem. Ed. GILES, jane, Elm. Ed. Mu Phi Epsilon, rush chairman Delta Gamma, sec. vice-president ACE SEA GILL, Sherry, Pliyf. Ed. YVRA Pro Club GILLAM, Donna, Elem. Ed. Alpha Lambda Delta YVho's YVho Meritum, reporter Alpha Chi GLASS. Wlilliam, Business Ad. Finance Club GLASSCOCK, Don, Insurance GLENN, Martha Ruth, Scc. Ed. Women's Forum Phi Beta Lambda GLENN, Tommie Elizabeth, Education Newman Club Kappa Delta Pi ISO SNEA GLENN, William D., Soc. Sc. Ed SNEA Newman Club, president GOLDSMITH. Larry, Bus. Ad. GOODSVIN, Fred, llcrionacl tllgt. Young Democrats SAM GORMAN, R. Lynn, Buvincvv Sigma Phi Epsilon GRAY, Kenneth, lnduvtrial Arti GREEN, Patricia, Englirlz Alpha Lambda Delta Sigma Tau Delta, reporter, vice-pres. ,lunior Mary Arden Sigma Delta Pi GREEN. Robert, History GREENYVOOD, Robert S., Buvincw Golf All-American, first team I963 Golf All-American. 2nd team 1962 Golf All-American, hon. men 1961 GREGORY, Donald Dean, Gozicrnnrcnt SNEA GRIDER Paul, Buvincxv, lnfznancc Insurance Club GRIFFIN. Linda Sue: Elcm. Ed. GRIFFIN. Stephen, Butincvf . Sigma Phi Epsilon. social chair- man Insurance Club, vice-president Finance Club SAM GRIZZLE. Grady, Src. Ed. GROOM, Virginia WVillis, History GROVES. Ronald, lllanagement GUINN. Linda: Buvincvv Ed. Green .lackets Iunior Mary Arden Mary Arden Club Pi Omega Pi GUST.-KVUS. Robert L., Accounting Alpha Lambda Pi Marketing Club GIIYTON. Timothy: Education HACHTEL, Kay, Src. Ed. Women's Forum NEA HAGERTY, Sue, Education Alisha Phi Pi Delta Pi, recorder SEA Newman Club HALEY, hlarilyn, Pliyf. Ed. Pro Club, vice-president, presi- dent XVRA publicist, sports manager President of Terrill Hall Bowling Team HALL. Raymond, Pliys. Ed. lyIen's Pro Club, vice-president HALL, Rebecca, Homc Ec. Ed. Phi Upsilon Omicron, recording sec., candle editor SNEA Ellen H. Richards. vice-president HALL. Ronald, Buvincvv Ad. Marketing Club SAINI HAMBY. Carolyn, Elcnr. Ed. ACE SEA Young Republicans XVomen's Forum HANIILTON. Gary, Bufincvv, Prod.. rllan. Miinagenient Club HAMILTON, John, Education HAMILTON. lyiorris E., Accounting HANNA, Julia, llluvic hlu Phi Epsilon Pi Kappa Lambda Student Religious Council MENC HANNA, Louise, Src. Ed. Zeta Tail Alpha SEA YVomen's Forum HANSON, Glenda, Elem. Ed. Delta Gamma Gamma Theta Upsilon ACE SNEA HARALSON. Kay, Butinmv Ed. NBEA HARGRAVE. Bcvard, Gorcrnnrcnf ikisgmciate Justice-Supreme Court HARLAN, Bill: .lfzlxic Phi Mu Alpha A Cappella Choir HARPER. John: l'lzyiit'x-.llatlz AIP Kappa Mu Epsilon Alpha Chi HARRINGTON, Fred: .llolh Lambda Chi Alpha HARRINGTON, Patritia: 1,ll1. .Mizz HARRIS, Jan: .-lit Ed. SAEA HARRIS. Susan: Elfm. Ed. SEA ACE IYomen's Forum HART. Joan: Honzr Er. Alpha Delta Pi, ass't treasurer Mary Arden Ellen II. Richards International Students Assoc., secretary HARTLEY, Howard: Induvlfinl .-lrtt Sigma Nu HARTLEY. Tommv: Hmiizc v SANI Sigma Nu, house manager HASSI-ZLL. Jerry F., ,Uuiic Ed. Phi Mu Alpha MENC HATCHER, Carol: Sjmniflz NEA Sigma Delta Pi HAIVKINS. Glenda: Buxlncfc Ed. Phi Chi Theta Phi Beta Lambda SNEA HAIYPE. Charles: Scc. Ed. SEA History Club Young Democrats Geography Club HAYN. Janet: Education ISO Young Democrats Newman Club SNEA HAYNIE. Prudence: Elcm. Ed. A Cappella Choir Green Jackets Sigma Alpha Iota ACE HAZARD, Don: .lfarlzcling Marketing Club HEAD, Charlotte: All Ed. SAEA HEAD. Gerry: Insurance Insurance Club HEARTSILL. Tom: Phytical Ed. HEFLIN, Garvin: Src. Ed. HELMS, Linda: Sociology HENDERSON, Anne: Spanish SNEA HENDRIX. Heather Marie: Src. Ed. HENLEY, Charlotte: Busincts Ed. Alpha Phi, marshal. treasurer Pi Omega Pi, reporter, historian Alarv Arden Pai Chi Theta HENSON, Ron: Accounting Alpha Lambda Pi Elections Board HERMANN, C. H.: Banking and Finance' Delta Sigma Pi Finance Club, secretary Investments Club HERRON. Doris: Elcm. Ed. BSU ACE SEA HERVEY. Miki: Physical Ed. HEIVITT. Janelle: Elem. Ed. SEA Women's Forum Young Democrats HIBBETTS, Cynthia: Mtlvic Ed. Kappa Delta. song leader Mu Phi Epsilon, historian Marv Arden MENC HICKMAN, Dorothy: Art Ed. SAEA HICKS, Shirley: English HIETT, Jane: Elcm. Ed. HlE'I'T, Robert: klozzrnnlism Sigma Delta Chi Press Club Chat News Ed. HIGNIGHT. Cookie: .llarhfling Marketing Club IVomen's Forum HIGGINS. Joe: Afrnzznting Accounting Club HIGGINS, Martha: Clothing and T1'tfllPf Ellen ll. Richards Young Republicans Social Dance Club, vice-presidnet HILL, Beatrice: Nuhiiinrz Kappa Delta Ellen H. Richards Yucr a stall'-53 HILL, Sandra: English Alpha Phi IN'omen's Forum HINDS. Iune: tlfllilf Ed. NIENC, president Sigma Alpha Iota SNEA HINES. David NI.: Plrytifnl Ed. Sigma Nu, pledge trainer, treas., pres. Vaughn Granlland Scholarship HINFS. IVilliam Nlack: .lfrlrhrfing Marketing Club Lambda Chi Alpha HINOJOSA, Dene Lulu: Elrm. Ed. New man Club IIOBBS, Bill: hlotnrzrzlitol Si- mt Delta Chi Jresident. treas. 1 . . , I Yucca sports editor Campus Chat editorials board Piess Club HODGE. Marlon Bruce: Ind. Artt Industrial Arts Club IIODGIQS, Robert: Ilivtmv HOLLAND, Steve: Englitlz HOLLOWAY, Carl: IH-rtonntl lllan. Varsity Track Team SANI HOLLONVAY, Kenneth: lllnnagrmcnl Arnold Air Society SAM Sigma Phi Epsilon HOPKINS, Nancy: Az! Ed. HORNER, Jane: Horne Er. Phi Llpsilon Omicron I-IOUCK. Shirley: Interim' Dctipn Yucca Beauty 62 NAID McConnell Hall, social chair- man SAID HOUSE, John C.: Src. Ed. NIen's Pro Club HOLISE. Paula Jane: BllYlIlI'tY Ed. Phi Chi Theta Pi Omega Pi, treasurer Alpha Lambda Delta Yucca YYho's IN'ho HOESER, Danny: Accozzuling Alpha Lambda Pi HOUSTON. Cynthia: Home Er. Ed. Ellen H. Richards SEA HOIVARD, Janice: Englivh Zeta Tau Alpha, music chairman SNEA HOIVARD, Joel: Educfzlion Los Caballeros, vice-president Delta Sigma Phi University Players SNEA HOYLE. Marge: Elem. Ed. Alpha Beta Alpha Gamma Theta Upsilon SEA ACE HRBACEK. Betsy: Edzzcnlion Zeta Tau Alpha SNEA NBEA Phi Beta Lambda HUBBARD. Sharon: Englixh HUFSTEDLER. Don: Phyr, Ed. Phi KaDp'i Sigma Men's P. E. Club Student Coordinator of Intra- murals HUGHEY, Gloria: Home Er. Ed. Ellen H. Richards Alpha Chi HLMBLE, Ruth: English Alpha Lambda Delta Sigma Tau Delta, reporter Meritum Soph. Honor Guard YVho's VVho HUNEYCUTT. Fonda: Buvincvf Ed. NBEA HUNT. Jane: Phys. Ed. WRA Pro Club HUNT. Jerry: Admin. llfrlnagcmrnt Lambda Chi Alpha HURST, Oralee: Chemistry HURT. Laura Sue: Elcm. Ed. ACE, president Alpha Delta Pi, registrar Kappa Delta Pi SEA. secretary, vice-president HLISBANDS. Robert: M0fh'ffi7l,Q Lambda Chi Alpha Mztrketing Club HUTTON. Patti: Clnlhing and Ter- lilrs Marketing Club Alpha Lambda Pi Ellen I-I. Richards HYDE. Beverly Stacy: lllnlhcmnlict Angel Flight INMAN. L. Durene: English Chi Omega Panhellcnic Mary Arden Club Green Jackets IRIVIN. Mike: Iluvinftv Ad. Management Club ISONI. Itlarv Ann: Sfffeclr and Dmmn Zeta Tau Alpha, rush chairman Angel Flight Senator XVomen's Forum JACKSON, Barry: Elvin. Ed. Cheerleader Sigma Phi Epsilon SNEA IFC JACKSON, Thomas H.: Arfnunling Accounting Club Finance Club Young Republicans Methodist Student Movement JACKSON. IVilliam Norman: lllgnll. Pi Kappa Alpha JARRETT. Frank: Ptyflmlngy Cmterburv Assn. IENKINS Sue Stevens: Elwm. Ed. JENNINGS, Ilughrene: Elwm. Ed. ACE IN'omen's Forum JENSON. Roberta: Elrm. Ed. SEA JETER, Galen A.: Education ROTC JIMENEZ, Cruz: Sjranitlz Sigma Delta Pi JOHNSON, Carolyn: English Sigma Alpha Iota Sigma Tau Delta Alpha Chi Junior Mary Arden JOHNSON. Gerald: I. A. Industrial Arts Club JOHNSON, Glenda Toler: Spccch and Drama Radio and TV Club University Players Women's Forum JOHNEOLN, Judith Itdary: Alusic Ed. Mu Phi Epsilon, song leader JOHNSON, Mary Karen: Scc. Ed. SNEA ISO Beta Beta Beta Women's Forum JOHNSON, V. June: Elem. Ed. Green Jacket SNEA pres. Meritum, vice-president TCOC YVho's IVho JOHNSTON, Charlene: Elcm. Ed. SEA Gamma Theta Upsilon Women's Forum JOINER, Dwight: llluvic Ed. MENC JONES, Carolyn: Src. Ed. SEA Young Republicans IONES, Elliott: Physical Ed. JONES, Kathy: Homc Ec. Ellen H. Richards SNEA JONES. Kenneth: English SEA JONES, Randall: Pri' Law Pi Kappa Alpha, executive coun- cil Young Democrats, executive coun- cil JOYCE, John: Government Alpha Chi Phi Eta Sigma, historian Pi Sigma Alpha Young Republicans, vice-president KALE. Hellen: Gorcrnnzcnl Chi Omega, pledge trainer Women's Forum. treasurer Itlary Arden Club Chancery Club KANNADY, Vicki: Eli-m. Ed. KARR. Carolyn: Elcm. Ed. Delta Gamma Panhellenic Council SEA ACE KEATING, Barbara: Elem. Ed. Delta Gamma Gamma Theta Ilpsilon SNEA IVomen's Forum KECK. Susan: Biology Alpha Phi. vice-president Marv Arden Club TCOC Philosophy Club KEETER, Leon: Admin. Man. Management Club KEIL. lames INT.: Gnrcrnnicrzf Chancery Club Gamma Delta Young Democrats, correspond- ing sec. KEMENDO, Mary Lee: Src. Ed. SEA Newman Club ACE Radio and TV Club KENDRICK. Marion: Accounting Alpha Lambda Pi Marketing Club KENNEDY, Lovd: Phyv. Ed. SNEA KENNEDY, Susan: English Sigma Tau Delta Mc-ritum. treasurer VVl1o's Avho Delta Gamma, first vice-president KILLEN. Kenneth: Biology Beta Beta Beta KILLINGSIVORTH. James: Political Scirnrf Alpha Chi Talons Blue Kev USNT president, vice-pres. IVho's IVho KIIVIBALL. Bob: lllnnnqcmcnt Lambda Chi Alpha KING. Bob Ann: Elcm. Ed. Zeta Tau Alpha Senator KING. Iohn: Adm. Affln. KINNEY. Barbara: Englifh SNEA IVomen's Forum KINSEI. Aliene: Sociology Chi Omega Aloha Kappa Delta KLEIN. Nancy: Hivfnrv Young Republicans KNIGHT. Iohn Robert: Accounting KNIGHT. Louise: Enlglith Chi Omega, secretary Psi Chi Kappa Delta Pi hlary Arden KNIPPEL, Jerry J.: Inturance and lllan. Delta Sigma Phi Management Club Insurance Club IFC KNOX, Cecilia: lllusic Ed. Sigma Alpha Iota YVho's W'ho Pi Delta Phi MENC KNOX, William Landon: Biology Phi Eta Sigma Blue Key KOELPER. Edward: Accounting Beta Alpha Psi Beta Gamma Sigma KOTCH, Bill: lllath Phi Eta Sigma Blue Key Kappa Mu Epsilon WDA, president KUEHN. Edwin: English Alpha Chi, vice-president Avesta, assistant editor Blue Key, secretary Phi Eta Sigma WVho's YVh0 LAGRONE, Chuck: Sec. Ed. Baptist Student Union, exec. council College Players Debate Club, letter LAMAR, Betty: Biology Mary Arden Alpha Delta Pi, chaplain Beta Beta Beta Alpha Lamba Delta LANE, G. B.: llluvic Ed. 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IWen's AAHPER NEA IJIDDELL. Harold: Chcniixlry LINGUIST, Tom: Bur. Adm. Chancery Club Finance Club I.ITTLE. Andrea: Elem. Ed. Marv Arden Avesta. associate editor Kaupa Delta Pi SNEA LITTLE. Karen Sue: Elcm. Ed. Kappa Delta Angel Flight. Lt. Com. Panhellenic Council Gamma Theta Upsilon LITTLE, Lowell: Psychology Phi Kappa Sigma Concert Band, 4 years LI'I'I'MANN, Nancy: Sficcch and Hearing Therapy Sigma Alp a Eta United Jewish Students, activities chair. LIVINGSTON, Kay: Elem. Ed. Kappa Delta Pi Methodist Student Movement Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Beta Alpha LONG. Barbara: Elrm. Ed. Kappa Delta ACE Women's Forum LOIVE, James: Buvincst L I LOYYE, John, Insurance LOYD, Bonnie Jean, Government Alpha Chi Phi Alpha Theta Alpha Lambda Delta Kappa Delta Pi LUBBERS, Kenneth, Accounting Newman Club Accounting Club LUDEMAN, Charles, Chemistry Blue Key WDA, president WVho's Wlho Alpha Chi Sigma, pres. LUMPKIN, Royce, tllusic Ed. Phi Mu Alpha Phi Eta Sigma Drum Major Brass Choir MACKEY. Donald, Bus. 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Lambda Chi Alpha SEA National Council of Teachers of Mathematics MCALESTER, Doyle W., Insurance MCCAIN, Ward, Ind. Arts Phi Kappa Sigma Ind. Arts Club Interfraternity Council MCCLESKEY, Margaret, Accounting MCCLURE, Allen: Business Marketing Club Finance Club Investments Club MCCOWN, Leonard Joe, Library Service Alpha Beta Alpha MCCOY, Mary, Scc. Ed. SEA Women's Forum MCCULLOUGH, Thomas, Accounting McDANIEL, Vearl, Psychology Sigma Nu Interfraternity Council MCDONALD, Judy, Music Ed. Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Chi Mu Phi Epsilon Kappa Delta Pi MCDOQEIQLL, Claudine, English E MCGUIRE, Edward K., Radio and T.V. Radio and Television Club MCINTUSH, Alopha, Home Economics Ellen H. Richards Club McKAY, Eddie, Banking and Finance McKEEVER, Intz, History McCLENDON, Mack, History Phi Alpha Theta MCCLEOD, Suzanne, Elrnz. Ed. McMAHAN, Curtis, Business McMILLAN, Don, lllcznagcmcnt MCMINN, Richard, Busincss Alpha Lambda Pi MCMULLAN, Cynthia, Busincss Ed. McMUI.LAN. Joe, History Young Republicans McNUTT, Mike, lllanagcmcnt Pi Kappa Alpha USNT Management Club Senior Class President McPEEK, Jim, Art MCPHERSON, Robert, Sec. Ed. USNT Physical Education Club NEA MCWILLIAMS, H. Glenn, tllarkcting Marketing Club Young Republicans MERRILL, Bob, Sec. Ed. Delta Sigma Phi Roger M. Ramey Club Sabres Drill Team SEA MERRILL, Kent, Scvial Studies MEYER, Jonnie, Home Economics Ellen H. Richards Club SEA Women's Forum MICHAELS, Pat, Insurance Insurance Club MIDDLEBROOKS, Jarrelyn, English Senior Mary Arden IWILLER, Howard, lllusic Phi Eta Sigma Alpha Chi Blue Key Phi Mu Alpha Who's Vlho INIILLER, Lynda, Elcm. Ed. SEA IVIILLER, Marilyn, lllusic Ed. Kappa Delta Pi Alpha Phi Sigma Alpha Iota Senior Mary Arden MILLER. Maurine, Src. Ed. Alpha Lambda Sigma MILLER, Sandra Lee, Elem. Ed. SEA Gamma Theta Upsilon ACE MILLING, Anne, Psychology MINKE, hlary, Education SEA Young Democrats Phi Beta Lambda SAM. corr. sec. 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Bill, Government USNT Supreme Court Justice PORTER, Jerry, Src. Ed. Chancery Club National Education Assn. PORTER. Nancy, Elcm. Ed. SNEA POST. Sidney YV.: Bus. Adm. Baptist Student Union, athletic director POYVELL, Kaye, English Zeta Tau Alpha, vice president, pledge trainer flrcsta. associate editor Zeta Tau Alpha, Best Pledge Award NTSU Representative to Baylor Poetry Festival POWVELL. Marjorie, Elem. Ed. SNEA ACE POYVELL, Pat, Financc Finance Club Roger Ramey Club, secretary, parliamentarian Semper Fidelis Society, executive officer Chicago Tribune Leadership Award POYVELL, Vlarren A., Social Scicncc Tea Films Philosophy Club Young Republicans ISO POYVELL, Yvilliam R., Accounting Accounting Club POWERS, llfmdag Bur. Ed. SNEA Pi Omega Pi NBEA PRATT. Marv Ann: Su. Ed. fVi1lmU1.l Phi Beta iTex.xs Tech.J SNEA Football Queen NS'nn1en's Forum PRFTZ, Karen Lynncg Acmzirzlivzg L05 Cabelleros Beta Alpha Psi, treasurer PRICE, Mnrcvg Sac. Ed. SNEA President of Crumley Hall PRICE. 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Lance Casstevens, Bob 1 11 279 226: 422 422 422 422 392 422 392 392 422 422 423 392 423 423 423 423 C-astaneda, Joe 11 ,.......... 1 111 1 Castillon, Tom ..,.......,.....,,..........,... 132, Castleberry, Mary Beth 1 162 302 Castleman, Bill Castro, Arturo 1 1 Cate, Chita Ree Cates, loy R. 11 Cates, Kathy Cathey, Elizabeth 1 Cathey, Gordon 1 1 Caton, Claire 1 Catt, Champus Cavin, Carolyn 11 Cawlfield, Gene Cearley, John 1 Cervantes, John 1 Chadwick, Tommy Chalmers, Dan 11 Chamberlain, Enrique Chambers, Andy Chamblee1 Mike Chamblin, Ed Chandler, Cynthia .... Chandler, Dianne ....,. Chandler, Tom 1 Chaney, Marcia Chapman, Art Chapman, Jan Chapman, Marie Chapman, Pam Chappell. Carlene Chase. David 1 Chastain, Garvin 1. Chastain, Richard Chauncey, George Cheney, Mary Chenoweth, Connie Cherry, Ben Chestnut, Mellie Chichilla, Patty Childers, Joe Childs, Nathalia Chilton, Diane Chilton. Stuart Chipman, Robert Chippendale, Billye Chiswell, Jane Chiswell, Jean 1 11 11 1 Chitwood, Micheal Chitwood Sharon Choate, Charles 1 Choate, Jack Choate, Linda Chrane, Charlie Christensen. Michelle Christian, Bill Christian, Carolyn Christian, David Christian, Jennie Christian, Kay Christian, Larry Christian, Mack Christian Robert Christie. ,Don Churchill, Iona . 11 Ciricack, Ralph Cissisk, Tina Claborn, Robert Claiborne, Ronald Claiborne, Tom Clancy, Jeanne Clanton. Karen Clark, Alice Clark, Carol Clark, David Clark, Don Clark, George Clark, Glenda Clark, .lames Clark, Kay Clark, Mary 1 ,,,. 1 Clark, Rena Clark, Richard Clark, Robert 11 Clarke, John Clary, Barbara Claunch, Eddie Clay, Rita Clayton, Glenn Clayton, Ken Cleghorn, Bill Clements. Martha 1 Cleveland, Janice 1 Cline, Charline Clinkinbeard, Mary Lee Cloakey, Mary Louise Clopton, Gary Closser, Patrick Cloud, Carol Cloud, Jerry Clouse, John Coalson, Linda Coates. Martha Cobb, Bertha 1 1 Cobb, Jerry .,,, Cobb, John W. 11 Cobb, Larry 1 ..,. 1 Lorraine Virginia Cobb, Cobb, Cochran, Gary Cochran, Pat 1 1 286, 287, 167, 188, 194, 279, 11 1194 173, 275, 1111 11 11194, 212, 272, 1 268, 251, 286, 310, , 423 1 392 423 423 392 423 288, 423 423 423 494 259, 392 423 210 423 1 1 329 423 423 423 1 423 204 423 1 .... 1 1423 423 296 228, 225, 292 292 392 423 423 423 423 423 392 423 423 392 423 423 392 423 423 297 423 423 392 392 423 316, 423 392 392 423 423 423 423 162, 423 423 273, 320, 196, 319, 316, 277, 274, 213, 296 423 423 423 424 335 424 424 424 424 424 424 424 424 392 424 424 196 424 424 424 424 424 392 424 424 424 424 392 424 424 424 424 424 424 424 424 424 424 424 1 424 11 1424 424 287. 233. 312, 392 311,424 424 1212, 1 97, 424 312 1111 1 202 111111111424 1 424 1 424 1 172 501 Coco, Allen 1 1 Cody, Carolyn Q 9162, 293, 294, 392 424 Cody, Marvie 392 Coffey, Charles 210, 424 Coffman, Anita 424 Coffman, Jannie 424 Coggins, Neal 424 Cohen, James 424 Coker, Donald 1 1 425 Coker, J. C. 1 272, 425 Coker, Joe Mack 1 392 Coker, Judy 1 11 425 Coker, Lane 425 Cole, Bob 1 175, 244, 245 cole, Carhie 1 97 182, 134, 232, 234, 236, 288, 392 Cole, Fred L. 392 Cole, Joe Bailey 1 1 425 Cole, Linda 425 Cole, Richard 1 425 Cole, Sue 275, 304, 392 Coleman, M. Lee 202, 425 Coleman, Sue .111,111,,.11.11..,.1 11 289 Coleman, Betty 1111 1.1111. 1 1 11 1 178, 425 Collerain, Elizabeth Ann 425 Collerain, Ira 11111 1 11 208 Collier, George H. 1 425 Collins, Barbara 392 Collins, Jean 250, 392 Collins, Jerry 1 392 Collins, Sarah Jane 425 Collums, Jannette 213 Coltharp, James 1 425 Combs, Stanley 204, 425 Comer, Gayle 392 Conaway. Bryan 425 Conely, Sue 1 425 Conklin, John 200 Conkling, 1Vallace 386 Conley, Leland 200 Conn, Babs 392 Conn, Mike 274, 393 Connally, Don M. 425 Connally, Nan 184, 287, 288, 425 Connaughton, Carol 99, 186, 228, 425 Connelly, Mary Louise 393 Conner, Dennis 1 1 198 Conner, Jett 393 Conner, Robert 212 Connor, Juanita 425 Connor, Robert 393 Conrey, Paula 287, 288, 425 Converse, Philip 425 Conway, Thomas 364, 425 Coogler, Linda 425 Coogler, Sandra 425 Cook, Betty Jean 393 Cook, Charlotte 393 Cook, David 425 Cook, Donald E. 206, 386 Cook, Hugh 1 1 425 Cook, James M. 425 Cook, Mary Lou 294, 425 Cook, Randy 210, 425 Cooke, Elaine 425 Cools, John E. 257,425 Coons, Judy 186, 270, 393 Cooper, Arthur 425 Cooper, Hank 198, 335 Cooper, Harriet 393 Cooper, Pamela Sue 425 Copeland, Alva B. 285, 386 Copeland, Jan 321 Copeland, King 177,425 Copeland, Michael G. 393 Copeland. Myrna Bea 425 Coplin, Keith 393 Copp, Alice 257, 290, 393 Corbin, Francine 192, 425 Corley, Sandra 425 Corley, William D. 425 Cormany, Elaine 425 Corn, Larry 214 Corser. Colman 425 Corn, Larry R. 425 Corn, Roger 425 Cornelius, Carolyn 425 Corse, Lvndell 425 Cosper, Jerry 212 Costa, Joseph 426 Cottingame, Jerry Ralph 285, 288, 393 Cottrell, Rena 188, 213, 316, 426 Couch, Alice 426 Couch, lo Ann 426 Covin, Joyce 426 Covington, Carl W. 393 Covington, James 426 Covington, Jeanette 1 426 Cowan, James 1 20-4 Cowan, Ronnie 168 Cowart, Judy 426 Cowherd, Theresa 11 111253 Cox, Ann 192 Cox, Celeste 1 426 Cox, Charles 336, 426 Cox, David W. 317, 426 Cox, Gerry Frank 204, 426 Cox, George M. 426 Cox, ,lo 285, 393 Cox, Karen 1 1 1 426 Cox, Linda 11 1 426 Cox, Linda 1 426 Cox, Mary Louise 276, 280, 393 Cox, Martha Ann 234, 393 Cox, Richard 1 426 Cox, Robert 426 Cox, T. C. 193 Cozbv, Richard 426 Crabbs, Wilbur L. 1 393 Craig, Betty 1 426 Craig, Jimmie 426 Craig, Martha 1 1 1 192 Craig, Monta 1 1 241, 426 Crain, Cathy Gail 393 Cramer, Carole 184, 426 Craven, Christine Lynette 426 Craven, Lynn 194, 213, 277, 316, 426 Crawford, Alvis Glenn Crawlord, Dolauris Crawford, Ida Crawford, Jerry John Crawford, Patsy Jean Crayton, Nlaudia Crear, James Credille, Donna Gail Cree, Barbara 111.1. Creed, Doris Creed, Roy Creekmore, Lola May 317, 162, Creel, Gerald YV. Cretsinger, Janice Crider, Charles G. Criner, Buck Crissman, Harriet Crocker, Frances Crocker, Mike .1.1 111111 1 1 Crockett, Cayland Crofford, Judith Ann Crockett, Gerald Crosby, Susan Crossland, Jell' 44, 97, Crouch, Betty Crouch, Billy Crouch, Don Crouch, Kenneth 1Vayne Crout, Crow, James E. Thaxton 210, 180, 278, Crubaugh, Pam Crumbley, Anita Marie Crumley, Carol Crumpton, Martha Curldy, Virginia Cue, Billy 1 11 Cullum, Joe 1 177, Cullum, Linda Kathleen Culpepper, Carole Culpepper, Linda Gail Culpepper, Sarah Culver, Kay 213, Culwell, Rodney Cummins, Sandra Cunningham Cunningham Cunningham Cunninghami Cunningham, Cunningham, Cunningham Bruce Connally David Janene 1 Randie Suzanne William G 319, 212, 190, 277, 279, 184 249 332 101, 263 279 98 251 178 287 192 Cupp, 5115311 234, 310, 312 Curran, Currie Richard Daniel A. Currin Curry, Curtis, Curtis, Curtis, Cury, Curtis, Custer Cutler Charles Currinz , Kathryn Sue Betty Margie Ronald Dean Sandra , Harriet , Jerry D D'Avignon, John Nannette 180, 286, 287, Dahlman, Charlene Daily, Judy Daily, Marion S. Dalton, Gay Dalton, Jerry Dane, Donald R. Daniel Daniel Daniel Bob Daniel, , Bobby Daniel, Carol Nan , Fredia Jim Danielg, Delores Daniels, Duff Danier, Jim 1 Danwill, Sue George B. 40, Darby, Orman Darden, Ken Darnell. Kay Darr, Connie Darr, Janet Daugherty, Patricia Daugherty, Suzanne Davidson, Bill Davidson, Frances Davidson, Michael Adrian 180, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, 1 Alton Betty Joan Beverly Carmen Donald Cordon Howard James Ronald Jan . . Janice John lohn H. Judith 1 Karron Kayrene Lonny Mary Bert Mary Linda Nita Paul Randall Richard Richard 274, Skipper Steve Suanne Teresa William 318, 121, 190, 251 210 290, 198 279 278 294 171 251 245 288 319 289 319, 213, 212 212, 212, 279, 232, 9 1 1 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 393 426 426 426 426 426 228 393 426 426 273 426 393 426 426 426 426 426 335 426 393 426 427 177, 427 427 393 196 393 427 427 427 393 427 302 427 427 427 427 427 427 427 393 427 427 427 196 427 427 427 427 427 427 386 393 274 427 248 427 428 428 208 428 428 302 428 386 393 393 393 428 428 428 393 428 428 428 393 1 15 244 1272 428 428 428 428 428 234 428 428 428 393 428 428 428 393 428 428 285 428 428 428 428 428 428 286 393 393 212 303 428 393 428 428 393 428 428 428 316 428 428 172 249, Fryar, Cary , ,, .. 430 L Dawkins, jim Dawson, I.:xYeIl.1 jean Dawson, Debbie Dnv, Debbie lhw. Eduard Roquelln Dc-Jn, jackie Dear, jimmv I7c.1rmin, Diane Denon, Nancv Degxvenport, Pat l7cBolt, Dwight Uellurde. Ravmond Derker, Bernadf-ttc Dcelanev, Brurc- Deever. Dcnnis J. De:-Fee, Patsv DeGnur:h, Tnmmv DeGroot, Pam DeHart, Gnrv I2EI,HC.lfI.l, jose Refuqio Delavan, Macon Dellinzcr, Dixie Lee Deloafh, YYilli.xm Demetri, Eduard DeM0ss, I.:1nnv Dempsev, Sue Denison, P.1triri.1 Denison, Richard Dennard, Bob Dennv, Dolores Ik-nnington, Carol Dennis, Barbara Dennis, Ihphna Dennis, Donald Denton, George T. Derouen. Kayrcn Deskin, Garv Detter, Hallie Detvsiler. Shirlev 177, 270 286 Deubavk, Cnrolvn 51 Deupree. Milette DeWerff, Robert Diaz, Bob Diaz, Robert Dickerson, Brenda Dirkerson, Paula Dirkeson, Sherrill Dickey, Donna Dickey, Harold Divkey, Paulette Dickey, Rav B. Dirkey, Wil:-ta Mae Dickie, D. Kent Dickinson Donald joe Dirkson, Kenneth Dickson. Linda lm Diehl. Karen Dietrich. Tom Digby, Helen Dillard, ,lanire Marion Dillon, Diana Dinqler, Gnvlon Dirks, Vicki Gau 186, 245, Dishmzxn, Carmen Dishmorc, Donald Dittner. Ina Rea Dixon, Laura Aletha Dixon, Zinnia Dixson, Kikie Dizdar, Bonnie E. Doak, Pezi Donn, jerry Dodd, Keith Dodson, Allen E. Dodson, Gordon O. jr. Dodson, Ronald Doerqe, Sandra Judy Doersam, Dollison, jerry Dominguez, Barbara Ilonazhey. Martha Donald, Tom Driszcgers, Orin Samuel Donworth. Warren Dorman, Doyle Dornnn. Svlvia Dorr, Karl Dorouzh, Linda Dorsa, Annette Dorsey, James A. Dosier, Paula Doss, Hfiilinm Duster, Kaye Dotson, Melva Dotson. Robert Duty, A. Irvin Doufleff, Mirhael Steven Douqherty. Susan Douglas, ,lufiv Douglass. Barbara Douthitt. Richard L. Dow, Jark Dowdv, Paul Downintf. Clnvton Downs, ,loc P. Downs, Seth Doyle-, Franres Dovle, John S. Doyle, Paula Drain, Swundra Drake. Iill Lvnne Drake, Marv Drake, Sarah Draper, Mar Drattlo, Susan Dreisbarh, loe Dreisbarh, Linda Dreisharh, Linda Kay Ann Drennan, Drennan, Donna Drennan, Susan Orin Samuel Urizqers, Droitrourt, Madeline Urollinqer, Etta Lu Ury, Eddie Vrv. 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Linda 430 Dudley, johnnv Lee 212, 214, 273, 430 Dudncv, Joanne 430 Duff, xvilliillll G. 249, 394 Duffv, jim 430 Dugan, Tony 430 Duke Charles E. 430 Duke, jackie Lynne 213,430 Duke, john 430 Dulglnev, Joe 430 Dulaney, Susan 430 Dulin, Georzc Anna 430 Dulin, Pat 430 Dulin, Rita Sur 431 Dulin, Tony 431 Dulork, ,lerre A. 431 Dulofk, Neva 192, 431 Dunnwny, Barbara 431 Dunbar, Patsy' 431 Duncan, Ezxrncstine 431 Dunfnn, Pat 431 Dunrnn, Wfillinm M. 431 Dunznn, Sandra 3162, 184 ,431 Dunn, Charles 431 Dunn, Delmelin 431 Dunn, Sandie 431 Dunnizan. Fern 494 Uunson, Darwin C. 431 Dunson, ll. Van 431 DuPree. .lovfe 431 DuPree, Richard .. 313 Durham, Annie 257, 394 Durham, Burt A. 431 Durham, Linda Ruth , 431 Durham, Mary 241 Durinfzton. Tommy 431 Dutton, George 180, 288, 431 Dyfus. Hattie jim 431 Dyer, Barbara Ann 431 Dyer, Kaye 431 Dyess, jamie 431 Dyson, Max 431 E Eades, Benny Mac 431 Envzle, james 431 Earle, Mary Winifred 394 Earnest, Cecil 431 Earnest, Melvin 394 Earnhnrdt, Carolyn 288, 394 Earnhnrt, Rebecca 431 Earp, Carlton 294, 431 Eason, James Kell 431 Eason, Kay 431 Eblen, Marilvn 302, 304, 431 Erhols, Ralph 259, 431 Eckert, Fred j. 394 Efkert, james , 431 Evkles, Gloria 431 Edenburn, james 212 Ederer, Ronald 431 Edmonds, Richard 431 Edmondson, Patricia 431 Edrinqton. Bettye 431 Edwards, Carlton 394, 273 Edwards, Carol 97, 105, 190, 431 Edwards, Daniel Richard 432 Edwards, Don 44, lm. 164. 180- 212, 257, 394 Edwards, Don 313, 432 Edwards, ,lark 432 Edwards, Martha 432 Edwards, Pat 194 Edwards, Sara Ann 394 Edwards, Susan 2 432 Edwards, Sylva 432 Eggleston, Diane 28, 432 Eid, Snmeer 432 Eitel, Robert W. 394 Elam, Sonja 227, 432 Elbert, Alice 394 Eldridge, Ralph S. 432 Elias, john 432 Elkins, jan 432 Elk-dqe, Dwayne 432 Ellidze, Dwayne 208 Elliott, Ann 238 Elliott, Ann 432 Elliott, Diane 162, 432 Elliott, Diana 5 432 Elliott, Donna 394 Elliott, ,loc 394 Elliott. Larry 432 Ellis, Brenda 432 Ellis, Ernest 255 Ellis, Garry U. 432 Ellis, jenna 432 Ellis, ,lerry Neil 432 Ellis, Sue 186, 395 Ellison, Dave 395 Elmore, Bill 212, 432 Flrod, Annell 99, 432 Embry, joyre 432 Embry, Rodney 432 Emerson, ,lean 432 Emmons, Claudia 188, 290, 432 Emmons, Edwin , 313 Emmons, Gay Chedester 263, 395 Emmons, Peggy 432 Endicott, Betty 432 Fnz, Johnnie 432 Fnqdahl, Mary Elizabeth 192 395 Emzelberq, Sandy 253, 386, 387 England, Claudia 432 Fnqler, Judi 432 Fntzlish. Allan 178, 432 Enloe, Tommv P. 432 Enlow, Franril . 294, 432 Enlow, Iudy 432 Ennis, Elaine 432 Fnnrhs, Rex N. 395 Ensey. Javquelinc 263,432 Ephraim. Louise 432 Epley, David 164, 212, 274, 502 Eppright, judy . .. 234, 395 Erskine, Hugh , 272,432 Erwin, Bobbie G. 432 Erwin, Ron . . 210,432 lissary, Linda , 432 lisslinger. jam 251, 432 Estes, Bill ..,. ..,, . . .....,.., 212, 395 Estes, Mary , ..,, 432 Estridqe, Linda . . 192, 236 Eugen, David R. . 433 Etheridqe, Marilyn Kae . 311, 433 Etheridge, Susan ,,,,,.,, . ,, 433 Ethridge, joe , , 196, 272, 387 Eubank, Coleene , , ..... 433 Eubank, Tea . ., .. 273 Eubank, Tommy . ..,. .. , ,433 Eubzmks, Nelse . . , . ., , . 433 Eubanks, Peggy S. , .. , .,.,. ,, ,. . 387 Eure, ,lark , . 279, 317, 319, 433 Evans, Arlene , , ,. ,... . , . . 395 Evans, Bob , . 433 Evans, Daphne . .. 433 Evans, David Ronald .... . ,. ,,,. . ,, 433 Evans, Ginger , , ,. ,. 253,433 Evans, jim , 272 Evans, Lynn , ,... 433 Evans, Malcolm Perry . . 395 Evans, Mary Catherine ., , 433 Evans, Maurine , , . . 433 Evans, Nancy . ,, 433 Everett, Don . ,. 204 Everett, Eddie , , 200 Everett, Sandra . 433 F Fabianke, Lloyd . . ..... 433 Fabian, Vicki 433 Fagan, Marvin . . . . ., ,.,. .. . . 433 Fairclo, Bobbie , , ,... . 433 Fairman, Billie , . 276 Falqout, Tim . 327, 334 335, 336 Fallis, Frank , . . 3177, 433 Fanning, jerry . . , , . 433 Fargarson, Gus . , , 98, 249 433 Farless, Lyrme . 433 Farley, Gary .,.,. 433 Farmer, Bill .. . 226 395 Farmer, Charles ., 225, 395 Farmer, Cheryl .. , 213 Farney, Drenda , 433 Farrar, David ....,..,.. . . ., 241, 433 Farrow, David , . 208 Fassnacht, Mary Lynn 433 Fath, Chuck 349, 433 Fatter, Esmond A. jr. , .. .3387 Fauzht, Thomas . 433 Faulkenberry, Don 204 395 Faulkner, ,lack , , 433 Faudron, Sandra , 286 Featherston, Charlotte , . ,433 Fehmer, Janice , , 287, 288 433 Fehr, Sue , .. 433 Feild, Reeves 433 Felps, Patsv . 194, 303, 304, 395 Ferguson, Carol .433 Ferguson, Deann , . ,. 433 Ferguson, Gerald J. 433 Ferquson, joe . 335, 336 Ferguson, Mary Sue , 175 433 Ferrara, Charlotte . 180, 277 288 Ferrell, George 433 Ferris, Carol McDaniel . 18, 290, 316 395 Ferris, Kay 433 Ferris, Matt 164, 212, 273, 314. 395 Feuerborn, Vincent . .. ., , ....... .,.,...433 Fifkey, Linda 433 Fielder, james ., . 196, 259 Fields, Marilyn , . , 433 Fiene, Charlotte . . 434 Fikes, Charles Ray ,. 166,434 Filippone, Nancy 140, 162, 184. 234. 270, 274 434 Findlay. john S. 183,202 434 Fine, Helen 434 Finger, Burt , . 204 Finklea, Robert W. . 434 Finley, Charles Edward , 196, 395 Finley. Diana , 434 Finnell, Jerry . , . 395 Fischer, Lorena ,. , 434 Fisher, Boyd 177, 285 395 Fisher, Evelyn 434 Fisher, joAnn 292 Fisher, Linda 434 Fisher, Steve 434 FitzGerald, Carol 119,184 316 FitzGerald. Pamela . 434 Fitzhuzh, Kav 296 434 Fitzhuqh, Riley 164,177 277 395 Fitzpatrick. jim , 434 Flannery, Tina . . . ., 387 Fleharty, Don ,, . 434 Fleminz, I. Paul , 434 Fletcher, Don ., 434 Flewhartv, Susan 395 Flinn, Alice 253 395 Flinn, Neva . . 434 Flint, Charles O. 434 Flippen, jiles 319, 434 Flournoy, Dick .. ...434 Flower, E. Ann . 434 Flowers, David 367, 434 Flowers, Larry 434 Floyd, lim 434 Floyd, Larry ., 227, 395 Floyd. Mnrven jane . 227, 395 Floyd. Michael R. 434 Floyd. Susan Kay 295, 434 Flusrhe. Linda . 434 Flynn, Sandra 434 Foard, Robert 251, 434 Fndqe, Sylvia 395 Foqleman, Sara . , 434 Ford. Hardv Mae 434 Forchatt, Laba ,122 Ford, Mamie Nell 303, 434 Ford, Phyllis jean .. Fore, Margaret ., Foreman, Travis , , Forgcy, jerrie ., Forrest, james ,. .. Forrester, Cheryl . 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Gibbs, Pauline Gibbs, Ronald . .....,..,.,.... .,....,. , Gibson Billy Gene ., .. .. . 437 437 . . 437 437 396 437 Gibsonj Charles or., Gibson, Mike ., ,... . . 437 Gibson, Richard . . 437 Gibson, Tommy 437 Giddens, Betty . . . . 437 Gier, Dick .,.. . 437 Gilbert, Euless .. .,.,., ,. . .. .437 Gilbert, .ludy ., .. ,.,,.. ..... . .. .. 437 Gilbert, Nan ,...,.. . ....,. . .. 437 Gilbert, Penny . . . .,,,, 162, 167, 192, 234. 270, 274, 396 Gilchrist, Glynda ,..,,.,.,, . ...., .. 437 Gildart, Lanna . .. .192, 437 Gilder, Barbara . ,,,. . . . 396 Giles ane .. 396 , J ,.,,.,.. Gill, Donna Granberry . .. 437 Gill, John W. ,.,, ,...... . .. . . 437 Gill, Phyllis . .. .. . .. ...437 Gill, Sherry . . . 294, 396 Gillam, Donna. .. . ,, . 396 Gilley, Max . . .. .. ,. 253 Gillilan, Marilynn ,.., .,.............,... ..... . . 437 Gillis, Frederick .. .. . . 277 Gillum, Linda . .. 286, 290, 302, 304. 437 437 Gilman, Richard M. .....l66, 1 1232 2 2 Grider, Paul Griffin, Gary . Griffin, Gary M. Griffin, Hudson Griffin, Jim Griffin, Judy Griffin, Linda Sue . Griffin, Nancy Griffin, Robert . .263, Gril1i.n, Stephen Griffin, Thomas W. . Griffith, Ann Griffith, Jola . .. . . 97, Griffith, M. Ann Griffith, Ruth Jane Griffith, Wayne Eugene Grimes, Gary .. Grimes, Glen . . Grimes, Sallie Ann . Grimland. Chuck . Grimm, Martha Ann Grisham. Sarah . Grizzle, Grady M. . Grona, Evelyn Gronstal, Philip T. Groom, Virginia Willis Gross, Sandra . Grossman, Jan .. Grosvenor, Jack P. Grounds. Dan Groves, Ronald R. Guerra, Maria Grunow, Barbara Guinn, Linda 162, 234, Gulledge, Patricia .. Gullett, Ray Gulley, Johnnie .. Gulley, Robert Gumfory, Patsy Gummelt, Sam Gunn, Judy , 239 Hagerty. Sue Gilmer, Shirley .. ..... . .. ,. .437 Gingles. Eugenia ..., .. . 437 Glass, Betty Jo . ...... . .. ..437 Glass, William . . . . . ,,,, . . . 396 Glasscock. Don .. .. . ,.,.,. . .. . 396 Glause, Hollie ,. . .. .....97, 192, 437 Glazener, Jerry Lynn ., . 437 Glenn, Hu,h G. ..... . . . . . 437 Glenn, Joei . . .. .214 Glenn, Martha Ruth . . . 396 Glenn, Robert .. . . . 208 Glenn, Tommie Elizabeth .. 396 Glenn, William D. .,.. . Glover, Richard . . Glynn, Sandra . . Godby, Dub . .. .. Godby, Shirley . . Godfrey, Leslie ...,.,.. ,. .. .. Godman, Leslie .. ..,. .. Goff, Larry V. .... ..,.... 1 . ,. .. Golden, John Paul ,, . . Golding, Jackie Lee Golladay, Robert . Goldsmith, Larry . Gonzales, Phili Gonzalez, Rene 280, Hinds, June Gonzalez, Robert . Gooch, Gale . .. ....,. . .249 Good, Donna .. Goode. Allan . 272, Goode, James . . 292, Goode, Martha Ella . . 214, Hayes, 397 442 396 437 437 437 437 437 437 438 438 438 438 396 327 438 438 438 438 438 438 438 438 438 438 438 396 438 Goodlett, Sharon Goodman, Ernest .. . . . .. Goodman, James Goodmon, 'Karen 234, 243, 245, Goodwin, Frederic C. .. . Goodwin, Judy ...,. ., 294, 295, Goodwin, Patti .. . . 438 Goodwin, Sally .. . .438 Gordon, Bob . . . . .. 438 Gordon, Mary Leanne 438 Gordon, Sheldon . .. . . 175 Gordy, Marleen .. .. 192, 438 Gorman. Larry .,,, . 438 Gorman, R. Lynn . 212 396 Gorman, Tom . . . . . . .438 Gorman, Vernon . 438 Gornowicz, Virgil . .. 438 Goss, Jeri .. .,,, .. .. .. 97, 107, 167 190 Goza. Leonard . . 208 Grace, Richard 272, 438 Grady, .len'y . . 438 Grady, Walter W. . 438 Graham, Marty . 438 Graham, Mary . 438 Graham, Ronnie . 202, 438 Graham, Steven . . .. 438 Grandey. Jimmie 438 Granstaff. Sarah . 270 Grant, Dickie . . . .. . . 438 Grant, Laura . , 245 Gravis, Robert . . . 202 Gray, Ann . .. . 99, 162, 163, Gray, Cheryl .. 97, 272, 277, 438 Gray, James ,.., .. ,...,..,, . . .. 172 Gray, Kenneth . ..,.., . .. . 396 Gray, Patsy 286, 304, 316, 438 Gray, Sharon ..... .. .. ,. ..., ,. 303 Gunter, Brenda P. Gunter, Laura J. Gustavus, Robert L. . Guthrie, Crawford Guthrie, Glenda Gutierrez, Robert I. . Guyer, Sharon Guyton, Timothy Gwin, Sharon H Haas, Danna . Hachtel, Kay Hacker, Ronald Haden, ,lim . Haden, Julia . Haden. Noble . Hadsell, Talana Hagerman, Marsha Hagins, Marilyn . . . Hahnl. Diana Hahnl, Lois Ann . Hainlev. Don Hale, Bill . .. . Hale, David Hale, Jerry Haley, Allan Haley, Marilyn Cathie Hall, Hall, JoAnna Hall, J. Randall Hall, Raymond . . Hall, Rebecca A. Hall, Ronald Hall. Terry Hambrick. Phillip C. Hamby, Carolyn Hamilton, Barbara . . Hamilton, Carol Hamilton, Gary Hamilton, John . Hamilton, Morris E. Jr. Hamilton, Norman . Hamilton, Samuel Hammack. Signe Hammonds, Fran Hammons, Pat Hamner, David Hamner. Lawrence Hampleman, Eric Hampton, Riley V. .. . Hampton. Tom . Hamra, Cynthia . . Hamrick, Edward .. Hancock. Les . Hand. Bill Hand. Bruce Hankins, James . Hankins. Roulene Hanks, Barbara Hanks, Howard Hanna, lulia Hanna, Louise 206, 186, 302, 290, 198, 438 438 438 439 439 439 206 439 439 439 439 396 439 396 439 439 232 396 439 396 192 439 439 396 439 439 317 439 439 396 227 439 396 439 439 439 439 387 439 439 439 439 439 439 439 396 439 387 396 190 439 439 439 396 439 439 396 439 387 439 439 439 439 439 439 439 396 204 439 439 440 396 440 440 396 440 440 4-40 440 440 440 396 440 440 440 4-40 212 440 440 440 396 440 272 440 396 396 396 440 440 396 440 440 396 396 396 272 251 440 440 190 44-0 440 354 387 200 184 440 440 440 440 200 4-40 440 318 396 396 503 Hannon, James Hansard, John D. . Hansen, Stanlee Hanson, Glenda Lynn Haralson, Kay Hard, Frank Hardgree, 1Nilliam E. Harden, Jean Hard-esty, Mark Hardgrave, Mike Hardie, Calvin Hardie, Lane Hardin, Bill Hardison, Diane Hardman. Marcia Hardy, Clayton Hare, Bennie Dean Hare, Charles Haren, Keith Hargesheimer, Bob Hargis, Paul D. Hargrave, Bevard Harkins, Gene Harkrider, Vicki Harlan, Bill Harlan, Thomas Harlow, Jeff Harman, Suzanne .,,, .. . Harn, Linda Charmayne Harp, Sara Jean Harper, A. J. Harper, John Harper, Judy 97, 257, Harpool, Harrell, Harrell, Susan Jane Lynn Harrelson, Noel Harrelson, Sherion Harrington, Fred .. .. Harringt on, Jane Harrington, 'Olivia Harrington, Patricia Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris. Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harrison Carol . Carolyn Dianne Donald Edwina Elizabeth James Jan ,lo Kay Linda Linda Gayle Mary Ann Maryann Mary Frances Nixie Robert E. . Scott Sue Susan Truman Vona , Jeffrey Harrison, Linda Norman Sam Harrison, Harrison. Harroz, Diana Harryman, Barbara Harshbarger, Allen Hart, Joan Howard . Tommy Hartman, Patricia .lerry Michael Peggy WV. B. .ludv Jerry F. Hartley, Hartley, Harvey, Harvey, Harvey. Harvick, Harwell, Hassell, Hastings, Barbara . Carol Carol V. Donnie Kyle Hatcher, Hatcher, Hatcher, 70, 184, Hathcox, Hatton, Hatton, Hattox. Phillip William Lenora . Linda Haughton, Gerald M. Haughton, Jack Haun, Cleola Haubert. Haun, David M. Haun, Douglas Hawkins, Glenda Hawkins. lerry R. Hawley, Bobbv . Hawley, .loe W. Hawne, Charles Hayden. James Hayn, Janet . Haynie, Prudence Anne Hayes, Brooks Hayes, Charlotte . Hayes, Gayle Hayes, ,lacquelyn Madel n Hayn, 1 y Haynes, lames E. Haynes, Pat Haywood .Paul Hazard, Don Hazelbaker, Laura Head. Charlotte Head, Gerry Head, Nancy Headv, Sharon Heard, Dwight Hearn. Don Heartsill. Tom Heath, Ronnie Heath. Suzanne 174 Heathman. Michael Heaton, Heaton, Ann Carolyn Hebert, Becky Judy Rosemary Hector. 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Linda Helton, George Henderson, Anne Henderson, Bob Henderson, Buckner Henderson, Doris Henderson, Jacqueline Leanne Henderson Henderson, Linda Lou Henderson, Robert H. .. 97, 192, Henderson, 1Villiam Hendricks, Evelyn Hendrie, Gae Hendrix, Heather 312, 192, 234, Henley, Charlotte Henry, Hensley, Henson, Henson, Henson, Henson, Melanie Jerry Don Andy Jackie LaGayle . Ron Herbert, Jimmy 186, 234, 270, 190, 277, 272, Hereford, Anthony Hermann, C. H. Hermann, Kathleen , Heros, Sonia Herring Carol Herron, Alva Herron, Doris Hervey, Miki Hess, Carl Hess, Sandra Hester, Janice Hester, Tommy . , Hetherington, Carol Hetrick, John . Hewitt, Janelle Hext, Judy 99 182, Nell Hibbets, Cynthia Ann 192, Hickerson, Ronnie Hickey. Mary Ellen Hickman, Dorothy Hicks, Cecilia Hicks, Johnny A. Hicks, Sarah Hicks, Shirley Hickson, Larry Hielscher. Dalton William Hiett, Jane Hiett, Robert Higginbotham, Kathleen Higgins, Joe Higgins, Martha Higgins, Sammy Higgins. Scott High, Bonny Craig 184, 62, 289, 234, 311, . 206, 227, 320, 244, 292, Hightowner, Jim 103, 161, 212, Hightower, Richard Hignight, Cookie Hilburn, Harriet B. Hill, Alton L. Hill, Beatrice Hill, Corliss Hill, David A. Hill, Don Hill, Elizabeth Hill, Howell Hill, James Hill, Judy Ann Hill, Robert Sandra Lee Susan Hill, Hill. Hilliard, Charles Hillin, Bettye Hillin, Carol Jean Hilschcr, Edward G. Hilscher, Donna Hilscher, Randy Hinchman, Cheryl 190, 277, Hines, Charles C 175, Hines, David M. Hines, John Hines, W'illiam Mack Hinnant, Richard Lamar Hinojosa, Dene Lulu Hinson. Karen Hitt, Myra Hix, Sandy Hix, Terry Hoagland. Jerry 206, 113, 225 186. 178, 134, 310, 312, 177, 245, 164, 210, 292, 236, Hobbs, Hocher, Hodge, Hodges, Hodges, Hodges, Hodges, Hod ges. Bill Barbara Marlon Bruce Hugh .limmv loe M. Lawayne Loreta Robert 169, 174, 176. 245, Hodges. Hodnett, Charlotte Hodnett. Clyde Hoff. Norman Hoffman. Darvin Holcomb. Jan Holder, Holder, Holder, Holder. Holland, Danhna Lehman Louie Randy Freda Holland. Kenneth Holland. Steve Holland, Taylor H. Holland. 1Vanda Hollema Holley, n. Kay Charles 244, 245. 397 442 442 442 442 442 171 442 442 397 381 397 232 200 442 442 442 442 442 255 270 442 397 281 P, 397 442 442 442 442 442 443 397 443 4-43 397 443 4-43 443 443 397 397 443 443 443 202 443 210 397 443 312. 397 272 443 397 443 443 443 397 443 443 397 397 443 397 397 443 202 443 263. 443 4-43 397 443 443 398 443 443 443 443 443 443 443 443 398 270 443 443 316 443 443 200 443 398 443 398 253 398 443 398 444 444 444 444 444 555553EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE5 Holley, Jimmie, Hollid.1v, Pcggie Holliman, Marilyn Hollingsworth, Billy Holingsworth, Elliott Hollingsworth, Jack Hollow av, Carl Hollow av, Judy Holloway Hollow Hollow Kenneth av, Ralph P. av, William E. Hollweg. 1N'illiam Holmes, Janet 162 Holmes, Janet Vickie Holmes, Jerry Holmes. Larlrv Holmes, I.0lllS Rav Holmes, Matk Holmes, Yitki Holsomback, Jane Honsinger. Dolores Honza, Carolyn Hood. Thomas Hoover, Larry Hopkins. Nancy Hopkins, Wayne Hopkins, William Hoppe, Dian Hopper, Jerry Boo Hopwood. Sandy Horak, David Hord, Ed Horn. .ludv Horn, Sharon Horn, 1Villiam Horne, Charlotte Horne. John Horne, Larry Horner, Jane 445 445 Horner, Norman Horsham, Joe Horstmann, I.aJuana Horton, Billy Horton, Jody 359, Horton, Nancy Horton, Toni Houck, Shirley Houghtaling, Sharlene Houlihan, Darla House, John C. 212, 163 362 182 1 House, Paula Jane 268 Houser, Danny K. Housewright, Roy Houston. Bob Houston, Cynthia Houston, John Houston, Stanley R. 172, 244 Howard. Barbara Howard, Janice Howard, Joel Howard, Judy Kay 194 Howard, Paula Howard, Ronal Howard, Theresa 118, 182, Howard. Thomas C. Howe. Leroy Howell, Kathleen Howerton. Jane Howeth. Larry IV. Hoyl, Nancy Hoyle, Marge Hoyt, Suzanne Hrbacek, Betsy 194,276 Hubbard. Dee Hubbard, Gola Hubbard, Paul H. Hubbard, Sarah Hubbard, Sharon Huddleston, Diane Huddleston, Janna Hudgens, Tommy Hudgens, 1Vayne Hudgins, Jo Carol Hudnall, Carolyn Hudnall. Ellen Hudnall, Kitty Hudson, Sue Huev, Conny Huffer, Ruth Anne Huffhines, Stanley Huffman, Cheryl Huffman, Donnie Huffman, Nelson Hufstedler. Don Huggins, James YVilliam Hughes, Allan G. Hughes, Linda Hughes, Roxie 162, Hughey, Gloria Hughs. Billy Hull, fvfargaret Hultsman. Judy Humble, Rath 106, 232 Humphreys, Stark Humphreys, Susan Humphreys, Tommy J. Hune yr utt, Ifonda Hunevcutt, Lane Hunsaker, Patti Hunt, Carolyn Hunt, Jane Hunt, Jerry Hunt. Judith Carolyn Hunt, Linda Hunt, Lvle Hunt, Nfargarctte Hunt, Nanf y 182 Hunt, Pat Hunter, Jeff Hunter, Max Huper, Kris Iiurlbert, R. l.vnn liurst, Nlarria Hurst, Martin Luther ii:-f--t, Uralee fl-1r.:. Sumnne 188, 99, 279, 317. 234, 281 H 1 286, 444. 204, 225, 302, 274, 304, 214, 363, 190, 292, 280, 303, 245, 194, 196, 213, 184, 166, 193, 316 312, 241, 290 263, 292, 287, 206, 280, 188, 302, 233, 204, 289 1 202, 184, 1 444 444 444 444 4-44 444 398 444 3 98 444 444 444 288 4-44 200 451 444 444 190 444 44-4 444 320 444 398 198 444 444 445 445 208 278 445 445 208 44? 44? 4-43 398 445 200 445 445 364 398 295 445 398 398 398 288 44 5 398 445 445 445 398 398 445 445 445 227. 445 445 445 445 4-45 445 188 398 44 5 , 390 445 445 445 445 398 316 445 445 445 445 445 190 445 445 445 446 200 446 214 238 398 446 446 446 446 398 349 446 446 398 166 446 446 398 446 446 446 398 398 446 31 1 446 446 290. 4-46 446 446 446 4-46 446 446 446 398 446 Hurt, Laura Sue 184, 286, 287, 288. 234 398 Husbands, Robert 204, 398 Huskins, Melanie Jane 447 Huston, Carol 447 Hutcherson, David 447 Hutcheson, Josephine 321 Hutchins, Jerry 447 Hutka, Jerrie 447 Hutson, Betty Jo 288, 447 Hutton, Patti 273, 302, 398 Hyde, Beverly Stacy . , 398 Hyde, Janie 447 Hynds, Norma Sue 294, 447 I lbsen, Karen 277, 447 Inge, Patsy , 4-47 Ingle, Patricia R. 447 Ingram, Howard , 296 Ingram, Jack . 210 Ingram, Roland . 379 Ingram, Sally 447 Innerarity. Mikal 196 Inman, L. Durene 162, 182, 188, Ireton, Ellen 447 Irwin, Mike 279, 398 Isaacs, Linda 447 Isbell, Sherry 447 Isom, Marv Ann 194, 316, 398 Israel, Nancy 161, 190, 447 Iverson, Russell Alan . . 447 Ivins, Linda 447 Ivy, Jim 212 .I Jackson, Albert , 259 Jackson. Barry 398 Jackson, Darr 447 Jackson, Gene 320, 447 Jackson, Georgia 320, 447 Jackson, Howard Leland 272, 447 Jackson, Judy 447 Jackson, Linda 250 Jackson, Murray 447 Jackson, Norman 208 Jackson, Thomas H. 398 Jackson, William Norman . 399 ,lacobs, Lewis 4-47 Jacobs, Virginia 289, 303, 447 Jacobsen. Gary 200 Jacoby, Paula 4-47 Jagoe, Kippy .. 447 James, Lexann 447 James, Ronald ,. . 196, 447 James, Russell 447 James, Sue 303, 447 Jameson, Patricia . 447 Jamison. Susanne . 447 Janes, Monetta 302, 447 Jansen, Bill 196 Janson, Patricia . 447 Jaresh, Lorraine 447 Jarrell, Richard 447 Jarrett, Frank 399 Jarrett, Marianne 186 Jarvis, Dan 447 Jeffocats, Larry 202 Jefferies, Gary 278, 447 Jeffers, Barbara 447 Jeffers, Jeff 210 Jenkins, Janet Dee 447 Jenkins, Joe 206 Jenkins, Linda 114, 251, 287, 289. 4-47 Jenkins, Sue Stevens 399 Jennings, Barbara 447 Jennings, Hughrene 399 Jennings, Jo Beth 447 Jennings. Judy 448 Jenson, Roberta 399 Jerden, Judith Ann 4-48 Jerome. Raoul 313 Jeter, Galen A. 399 Jeter, Larry 448 Jeter, Leonard 198, 335 Jetton, Ronald 448 Jimenez, Cruz Jr. 238 399 Jobe, Larry 448 Johns, Jeanette 448 Johns, Jill 448 Johns, Kay 167, 183, 190, 236, 4-48 Johnson, Bill M. 4-48 Johnson, Billie 243 Johnson, Billy Eugene 448 Johnson, Bob 448 Johnson, Carolyn 232, 399 Johnson, Connie 249, 310, 448 Johnson, David 448 Johnson, Donna 312, 448 Johnson, Gerald 399 Johnson, Glenda Toler 399 Johnson, Herschel David 210, 448 Johnson, James 448 Johnson, Jan 448 Johnson, Jeanne 448 Johnson, Jeffie 448 Johnson, John R. 448 Johnson, Judith Kay 448 Johnson, Judith Mary 311, 399 Johnson, Larry Dan 448 Johnson, Leslie 448 Johnson, Linda Sue 448 Johnson, Malcolm M. 448 Johnson, Margaret 448 Johnson, Mary Karen 286, 289, 399 Johnson, Patricia Ann 287, 448 Johnson, Sandra 448 Johnson, Sharon 448 Johnson, Sonnet 311, 312, 448 Johnson, V, June 162, 163. 283. 286, 287, 288, 399 Johnson, 1Vaync 448 Johnston, Charlene 286, 287, 289, 399 Johnston, Cheri 448 5 0 Johnston, James Johnston, Jim Johnston, Robert B. Joiner, Dwight Joiner, Virginia Janis Jones, Albert , Jlones, Annette ones, Barbara Jones, Barry Jones, Bonnie Jones, Carolyn Jones, Carolyn Jones. Clifford Jones, Clyde J. . . Jones, Dianne Jones, David Jones, David Michael Jones, Elliott Jones, Fred .. ..., , Jones, Gene Jones, George W. Jones, Howard Jones, Jack . Jones, James , Jones. .lan Jones, Janette Jones, Jerry Davis ,. ...,214 448 .448 .. ... 399 341, 448 349 448 448 448 448 , 399 448 208 448 , , 4-48 ,, 180 . , 448 . 399 313, . .. 201, 448 448 449 449 274 499 296 449 , . 449 , 367 399 399 449 449 449 449 449 399 4-49 449 Jones, John 354 Jones, Kathy 288, 303, Jones, Kenneth , . Jones, LaVern ,. Jones, Linda .. Jones, Marv Jane Jones, Nancy , . 178, Jones, Paul David Jones, Randall Brackin 208, Jones. Rebecca Jeannette . 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Leon . ,399 Keil, James W. 180, 399 Keith, Don . 449 Keller Darrel Jack . 320, 449 Keller, David . 387 Kelley, Evelyn .. 270, 449 Kelley Harriett 449 Kelley, Kaaron 449 Kelley, Nancy , 245, 248, 449 Kelley, Ronald . , 4-49 Kelley, Susan T. . 449 Kellum, Sandy 194, 4-49 Kelly, Corene , , , 449 Kelly, Sharon 450 Kemendo. Mary Lee , 399 Kemp, Barney Lee 450 Kendall, Jere 450 Kendrick. Marion 399 Kendrick. Sherrill 285 Kenley. Janis 228, 450 Kennedy, David , 450 Kennedy, Loyd 399 Kennedy, Roy C. 450 Kennedy, Susan 101, 169, 191, Kendrick. Leo 208 Kent, Kathy , 450 Kent, Susan 450 Kepler, Dutch 225, 450 Kepner, Nancy 450 Kerbow. Sharon , 450 Kerr, Barbara 450 Kerr, Brenda 450 Kerr, Carla 296, 450 Kerr, Zou 302, 450 Kessler, Richard 450 Kesterson, Kenny 450 Kesting. Gary 313, 450 Keswick. Leigh 184, 270 Key, Marsha Ann 450 Key, Morris 387 Key. Susan 450 Kiesler, Jim 450 Killebren. Betty 450 Killen, Kenneth 253, 399 Killingsworth, James 51, 97. 104. 164. Kimball, Bob Kimberling, Clark Kimbrew, John Kimbrough, George Kinbell, Dan King, Ii. B. 177, 180, 263, 399 204, 399 97, 100, 257. 259. 313,450 450 24-4, 245 , 196 , 29 King Bob Ann . , King Denny . , King Ginnette King Janet King John . King Richard King Ronald , . King, Roy ..., , King, Sharron . King, Shirley , ., ., King Sonny ,, King . sbury, Norman Kinstley, Warren Kingston, Cary , Kinney, Barbara . Kinsel, Aliene Kinser, Susan Kirby, Kay , Kirk, Karla .. ,. Kirk, Kay . . Kirk, William Michael , Kirkpatrick, Edwin , ,..... , .. Krkpatrick, James S. , Kirkpatrick, Wayne ., Kirksey, Johnny ,. Kirksey, Judy .,., Klein, Carol Jean , ., Klein, Nancy Kleindenst. Janet Kline, Vicki Klingbeil, Darlene , Klingbeil, Martha . Knapp, Gary Knight, David , Knight, Harold ,... . .. .. Knees, Pret E. ..., ...,, ..., . . Knight, John Robert Knight, Louise , ., 189, Knight, Mary Jane ...,,, .. . Knightstep, Don . , .. 278, Knippel, Jerry J. . 196, Knipscher, Susan R. . . . . Knott, Barbara , . 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Lawler, Linda Ruth ...,, ..,.. ..., , 4 53 Lawler, Susan ,.,, .. ,, , ,..l67, 453 Lawrence, Charlie .,....,.... ,..........., 4 00 Lawrence, Philip M. ...... .. . 453 Lawrence, Richard L. . ., .. . 453 Lawson, Edward . ..,.... ,..... , , ..,.. 453 Layne, Jack ,,.,., ., 453 Layton, Margaret .. ,. 238, 295 Lazenby, Charles , ...,..,....,, 202, 400 Lea. Richard .... . , . .. , . .. 453 Leach, Priscilla . ...,. . 193, 236, 453 Leatherwood, Bobby .. ....,.... . 204, 454 Leatherwood, James , , .. ,. 339 Leadbetter, Linda . . ..., . 236, 453 Ledbetter. Sharron , ,.,, .. 453 Ledlow, Kent . .. . .... .. 251, 453 Lee, Bobb , .. ., , 453 Lee, Charles . . . ,,.,,, . 453 Lee, Donna Beth . , .. . 453 Lee, Edward D. . . . .,.,... ,,..... . . 453 Lee. Frankie .. . . ..,, . . .. . 453 Lee, James . . .. 312, 313, 400 Lee, Katherine .. . ..., .. 303, 453 Lee, Kathleen . . . , ,.,., , , .. 453 Lee, Lynda . , . ..,, 453 Lee, Ronnie H. . .. 453 Lee, Roylene , .,,.... . 453 Lee, Sharron , , , . ..... . 453 Leedy, Tom .. .. . .. ,. .453 Leffel, Robert R. , .,,.., . ,. ...,. . 196, 453 Leffingwell, R. Jon . , . . 387 LeHer, Walta . 97 238, 386, 298, 400 Legg, Lower ,. . ......,.,.,,. ..,...,.,,,..... . . .494 Lehr, Beulah . . . , ..,.... ......, . ..453 Leigh, James . .. ...... . 453 Lemee, Patty . , 453 Leonard, Pat ,, ..., .453 Leopold, Joyce ...,., . .400 Lequlre, Lynn . , ,. ., .,,. 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Ratliff, Charlotte Rawlings, Marilyn Rawlings, Robert Gregory Ray, C arlie 1 Ray, Judith Elizabeth 1 Ray, Pam 11 1 Raybon, Donnie Raybon, Johnny 1 Raybon, Ronnie Read, Dixie Read, Jan 1 Read, Joseph Michael 1 Reader, William H. Reagan, Helen 1 1 1 Reasoner, Norma 11 Reaves, J. L, Redfearn, Janice 234, Redwine. Edward W. Reece, Paul A. Reed, Donny Reed, Kathie Reed, Reed Nancy Nancy 270, Reed: Patricia Ann 1 Reed. Regina Reed, Ruth Reeder, Harold B. Reep, Patricia Reese, Ann Reese, Edwina M. Reese, Monte Reeves, Ann Reeves, Don Reeves, Joy Reeves, Joyce Reeves, Robert Reeves, Sharon Regan, John 1 Reglin, Carol Ann Rehm, Mary Reid. Andra Reid, Michael 1 1 1 Reid, Nelda Ruth 11.1 Reinle, Vickie 11 234, Reiswig, David 1 11 Relter, Lu Ann 1 1 Reiter, Terry 1 Remy, Sandra 193, Render, Sue 11 Reneau, Annette Reneau, Judy Ann 1.111 Renick, Bob 1 1 Renshaw, Suzanne 1 Reporter, Mild-Mannered 11 Rentz, Brenda 1 1111 1 Ress, William 1 Ressel, Katherine 1 Reyes, Marv Lou 1 Reynolds, Craig Reynolhs, Janice Reynolds, Rick 11 Rhodes, Diana Rhoten. 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Richardson Richardson , Sammye , Sandra Richey, David Dean Richey, Margaret Richey, W. D. Richie, Sandra 1 Richmond, Kay Richter, Lynette 1 Richter, Terry W. Riddle, Henry Riddle, William Ridgway, Mary Ridley, Frank Riebe Janie 1 Rgeqel, Ellen Rlgdon. Mary Maxine Riggs, Peggy Sue Rigsby, Donald Rigsby, Joe Riley, Gerald Ringgold, William 1 Rino. Janet Rippe, Hazel Ripple, Rod Rippy, Ben Rish. Julia Ritchey, Milton 1 Ritchie, Rebecca Ritchie, Vernon Rivers, James Roach, David Roach, J. Roach, Nancy Roan, Paula Roark, Martha 1 Robbins, Jon Ed Robbins, Therese Marie Roberson, J. William Roberts, Becky Roberts. Dan Roberts, Dawn Marie Roberts, Glenn Dale Roberts, Grace Roberts, James Roberts, Jan Roberts, John Roberts, Judith Roberts, Susan Robertson, Barbara Robertson, Danny Robertson, Elizabeth Robertson, Karen Robertson, Randy Robertson, Richard Doyle Robichaux, Noel-Louise Robinson, Charles Robinson, David, Robinson, Gary Robinson, Harriette Ann Robinson Rita Kay Robinson, Ruby Rochner John M. Rocholl, Carole Roddy, Beverly Roddy, Dorothy ary Rodgers, Alice Rodgers, Sharon Rodgers, Wilbur J. Rodriguez, Eden Rodriguez, Maria Rogers, Bobby G. Rogers, Dan 193 Rogers, Dexter Rogers, Gloria Rogers, Janet Rogers, Janet Rogers, Janie Rogers, 1lohn Rogers, Karen Rogers, Mike Rogers, Pat Rogers, Pam Rogers, Rick 1 Rohde, Margaret Rohde, Mary Lee Rush, Merrily 104, 162, 163, 287, 288, 286, 406 Rushing, Sharon 238 Russek, Mary 288, 3-12, 474 Russel, Mary 97, 256, 257, 239, 409 Russel, Steve 273 Russell Brenda 162 177, 243, 406 Russell Cathy 474 Rusf-.ell David 475 Russell Dick 1 377 Russell Elizabeth 475 Russell Fred 337 Russell Jan 406 Russell Jay 183, 201 Russell, John 475 Russell, Kim 475 Russell, Kyle 274, 406 Russell, Lee Ellen 475 Russell Marie 475 Russell Michael 475 Russell Ralph 171, 202 Russell, Ray 226, 470 Russell, Rodney 406 Russell Steve 472 Russell, NVm. Richard 479 Ruth, David 475 Rutledge, Jean-Annette 475 Rutledge, Tom l 475 Ryan, Billy 333, 406 Ryan, Carolyn 245, 475 Ryan, Michael 475 S Sadler, Beverly 475 Sage, Robert 313 Saichek, Darryl 475 Saldana, Lynda 1 475 Salinas, E. Z. 11 1475 Salinas, Norma 1 475 Salter, Dan 213, 473 Samuelson, William 1388 Sanborn, Curwin . 475 Sanchez, Reynaldo 238 Sandell, Cindy 475 Sandell, Milton 475 Sandell, Sandy 475 Sanders, Eugene 475 Sanders, Grace 475 Sanders, Nita Kay 475 Sanders, Scherry 475 Sanderson, Jack 475 Sanger, Frederick 475 Sanford, Sondra 11 475 Sappington, Myron 1475 Sargent, Aaron 388 Sargent, Genice 191, 270, 406 Sarrett, Carol 473 Sartin, Tommy 406 Satarino, Sam 475 Satterwhite, Barry 475 Satterwhite, Char es 475 Saunders, Merrill 475 Saunders, Pat 475 Savage, John 343, 347, 349 Savage, John . 475 Savage, Larry 97, 406 Savariego Alberto 1..1 475 Sawyer, Buddy 475 Sawyer, Thomas 475 Scales, James 209 Scarlett, Maxwell 253, 475 Schaaf, Bobby 475 Schadweald, Bill 209 Schaefer, Walt 196 Scaggs, Ronnie 406 Schadler, Helen 1 241,406 Schaeffer, Allan 476 Schaeg, Connie 476 Schenk, Joan 245 Scheer, Fred 215 Schick, Susan 276, 476 Schill, Gary 476 Schimmel, Mary 273, 275, 302, 406 Schitoskev, Frank 406 Schmalsteig, Linda 476 Schnidt, Guen 287, 290, 476 Schmidt, Margaret Ann 476 Schmidt, Sandra Kay 476 Schmitt, Sandra 294,406 Schneider, William 199,476 Schnitzius, Nancy Schober, Dean Schoggins, Susan Schooling, Bill Rohne, Anthony Roias, Guillermo Rolater, Jorn Roller, Fran Rollins, James Roman, Juanita Romike, Ronnie 1 Ronveaux, Richard Roper, Steve Rosamond, Lynn Rose, Carolyn Schooley, Susan Schott, Vicki Schrader, Larry Schrecenoost John Schroeder, Sharon Schuch, Robert Schulgen, Jim Schulz, Fred Schumpert, Sondra Schwahm, Wayne S. Schwille, Lydia M. 476 476 476 476 476 476 476 476 476 245 253, 406 349 Rosebrough, Gail Roseler, Mary Roso, Anthony Ross, Bettye Ross, Don Ross, Elizabeth Rosson, Dorothy Rosson. Nicky Roten. Lynn Rothrock, David Roussel, Betzy Rowe, Glen Rowe, James Rowe, Jimmy 1 Rowe. Linda Rowland, Martha Ann Roy, Jean Royal, Ben Ruckle, Kenneth Rue, Nancy Jane Scoggin, Janey SCOQLIIDS. Rob Scott, Bill Scott, Bob Scott, Bob Scott, Edward Scott. E. H. Scott, Jackie Scott, Jeanette Scott, Judith Leigh Scott, Scott Linda Sue Nancy 7 Scott, Sharon Scottino, Vincent Scribner, 1Vendell Scrimshire, Hilda Scroggins, Jan Scroggins, Linda Scroggs, Donna Scurlock, Cheryl Donna 211, 476 476 476 476 215 213 476 476 476 407 476 476 476 187, 476 476 296 476 238 476 476 250 250 Ruffing. Charles Rupert, Bob Ruppel, Robert Seaman, Jany Sears, Carolyn 294, 476 476 185, 476 Scay, Elaine Se-elif, Martha Seelve, Sherry Sego, jane Seibert. Pete Scibt. Pat Seider, Juanita Sell-1, Suzanne Sellers. Tina Selph, Ken Sessums. Rachel Senle. Koma Sue Sewell, Larry Sexton, Ann Sexton, Larrv Shahan, Mike Shakely, Jean Shank, Sandra Shank, Tommy Shanks, Billy Shannon, Janelle Sharp, Dianne Shaw, Carolyn Kenneth Sham, Shaw, Sally Shaw, Tom Shaw, Travis Sheehan, Lynn Sheets, judv Shell, Linda . Shelton, Nancy Shelton, Sue Ann 290, 178,189. 302 251 ,. ,. ...., ,...,, 87 239, 310, 227, 287, Shires, Shelton, Vicki Shepard, Shepherd Shepherd Sheppard Sheppard Sheppard Sheppard Richard , Danny , lone . Arvester L. 356, Sheppard, Ben 97, . ,lohn , Pam Que Sherman ,K bon YV. Sherman, Sherman, Shermcr, Sherrard, Elinor Ted Nancy Roland Shields, ,lohn Shields, ,Iudy Shields, Rirhard ShiPP, Tina Shipps, Brenda Joyce 263, Shivers, Shivers, Shoefra Sholty, Roger Doris 99, 116. 287, Tamara Ann ft. Charles Henry Edward Short, Billy john Short, jan Short, janith Shortes, jarrell Shoulles. Janelle shrdlu, Shuford, Shuford, etaoin Betty Tom 194, 106, Shultz. 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Donna Smith, Ellan 106, 285, Smith, Emily Smith, Forrest Smith, George Smith, fieorzia Smith, Glenda Smith, Hans Smith, Homer Smith, ,Iafkie Smith, james 193 312, 185 288, 363 101, 191 195 288, 162. 290 225, 251 232 281 289 236 286, 185 296 477 187 290 196 320 178 193 334 287, 311, 9 1 476 476 476 476 475 476 475 175 407 335 477 407 477 477 477 211 477 477 477 477 407 477 407 477 234 477 477 202 477 477 477 477 213 197 477 477 477 477 196 477 477 407 477 407 477 407 274 477 477 477 407 201 236. 477 477 477 407 407 407 477 407 477 494 295 245 407 477 477 477 288 477 477 477 477 478 478 477 185 407 477 477 477 310 477 477 478 478 478 407 478 407 478 478 478 211 478 478 478 478 478 478 478 478 478 478 478 478 478 478 478 ' 1' 35.1 478 202 478 41' D7 478 478 478 478 288 312 478 478 407 407 478 478 407 478 478 Smith, Jean Van , 177, 249, Smith, Jeanette , Smnth, Jeanne ,, Smith, Jeannie Smith, jerre Smith, jerry L. ,,,, , Smith, jerry Leslie Smith, Jesse , Smith, joy Smith, luanita , Smith, Judy Smith, Judy Lynn Smith, Judy Faye Smith, Karen Smith, Kay Smith, Ken Smith. 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Sandra Spaulding, Camille Sperht, joe Speck, Becky Speck, Sue 182, 187, Speece, Jim Speezle, Jane Speer, Lurline Speir, Sharon Mirhele Spellinqs, Rivhard Spenre, Beverly Spenre, Mary Jane Spenre, Randy Spencer, Gayle 272 Spenrer, Johnny NVilliam Spenrer, Nancy Sperru, Suzanna Spier, Lynn Spina, Carol Spiller, Charles Splawn, James Splawn, Paul Spradley, ,lane Spradley, Janice Spradlin Terril Spray, Coney Springer, Mary Lou Sprinkle, Sharyl Spruiell, Billy Bob Spruiell, Cindy Spuller, Sharyn Spurqin, Billy S murlof k ame -I , ' . Jf S Squire, Arnold Squier, Marr' Sreenan. Rosemary Stary, Dave Stafy, Gary St. Clair 194, St. John, If-ri Stafford, Pamela Stalfup, Sandra Stallinrqs, Barbara 162, 303 Stallings, Larry Stamhauqh, Joyce Stanalancl, Iohn Slanr-Iiff, C. Robert 272,291 Stanford, Douglas Stanley, Nora Stapleton, Bill Stapp, Carl M. 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Watson, Wanda Wattner, judy Wattner, Sherry Watts, Glenn Watts, Howard . . Watts, joe Patrick W'atts, Kathy Wlatts, Martha Watts, Mike Watts, Richard Weatherby, David Weatherford, Lynn S. Wfeaver, Bessie Ellen Weaver, jo Rene ., Weaver, judy Bill Webb, Webb, Charles Webb, jan Webb, john R. Wlebb, judy W'ebb, Larry Webb, Sandra W'eber, Ellen Weber, Gayle .. Weber, Sharon Weber, Sue Wlebster, Lois Faye Webster, Nancy ,, Wedel, Mary Ellen W'edge, janet , W'eems, Karen Wehunt, Stanford Leon We1nheimer, Anne W'eiss, Allan W'eiss, Gary Weiss, Linda 236, Weissenborn, Henry Martin Wfelch, David W'elch, David M. Welch, Doug W'elch, George Wlelch, Lana Welch, Robert H. W'elch, Ronald W'elch, Thomas Wleldon , Betty Welling, Ellen , Wfells, Wiells Eileen Margaret W'ells, Nathan W'ells, Richard Wells, Sue Wfelton, Patrick W'ensley, Gay W'erner, john Werner, William Wlesson, Norman W'est, Dan West, Daryl W'est, james Wfest, Robert Westbrook, Kathleen W'esterfielcl, joyce W'estmoreland, Charles W'haley, Vicki Wlharton, Elena Wharton, Katie W'harton, Verlin W'hatley, Larry Wihatley, Roy W'heat, Rachel W'heat, Sharon W'heatley, Mary Ann W'heeler, Charles Wheeler, Colby W'heeler, Craig W'heeler, Danny Wheeler, Franna W'heelcr, Mike W'heeler, Nancy Wlheeler, Phyllis 312, Whetstone, Penny Whigham, Cindy Wfhipple, Donna Whitaker, Bill W'hital1 er, ,lames '. a Wfhitaker, 1 'xul White, Beverly White, Brenda W'hite, Carolyn White, Carolyn 1 509 White, Dan 97, 105, White, Dan Wl. Wfhite, Donald White, james W'hite, ,lohn W'hite, Larry Wfhite, Linda Wfhite, Richard White, Rodney W'hite, Stan Wlhite, Sylvia Wlhite, Vernon W'hite, Virginia W'hite, Ward W'hitehouse, Willard Whitehurst, jackie 178, 234, Whitehurst, Milton Whiteke r anis 1 .lf W'hitener, Nancy Whitfield. A. D. Whitis, Robert V. Whitley, Bill 410 488 302 488 488 189 488 316 488 488 488 488 207 488 488 489 489 489 410 2 1 3 489 489 489 201 180 489 489 410 489 194 2 1 5 4 1 0 489 388 410 489 489 4 1 0 489 489 27 3 489 4 1 0 489 4 1 0 489 410 489 209 489 489 410 489 489 197 489 489 410 410 215 489 489 489 489 273 489 489 489 185 489 410 489 489 489 489 489 498 4 1 0 205 489 489 4 1 0 388 489 489 489 489 410 410 489 490 490 490 292 296 4 10 490 490 490 207 490 490 490 490 490 490 490 490 410 410 279 490 490 490 207 292 490 490 490 215 490 285 410 490 248 411 335 490 490 Whitley, Sue ., ., Whitlock, Gary W'hitman, Pamela Whitney, Beth Whitman, Gregory Whittemore, Thomas Whitten, Mike , Wfhittington, Harold Whittle, Gene Wfidacki, Ralph Wiegel, Sharon Wideman. Linda Wigand, Martha Wiggins, Earl Wiggins, Harvey Wight, jim Wight, Talbot Wilbanks, Shane Wfilborn, joyce Wilbur, Margaret Wilcox, Carl Wilcox, George W'ildman, janet Wiley, jerry Wiley, Larry W'iley, Martha Wilkerson, Eugene Wilkerson, Evelyn Wilkerson, Manuel Wilkerson, Mike Wilkes, Kenneth . W'ilkins, Donald Wilkinson, Dennie Williams, Alan Williams, Betty Wlilliams, Bobby Williams, Brenda Williams, Charles W'illiams, Dennis W'illiams, Don Williams, Edie Williams, Gaylan Williams, Glenn Williams, jackie Williams, jackie Ann Williams, jane Ann W'illiams. janice W'ilIiams, joe Dean W'illiams, john Williams, johnny Williams, Kaye Williams, Mary Ann Williams, Mary Lu W'illiams, Mary R. Williams, Milton Williams, Nancy Williams, Nancy Williams, Patricia W'iIliams, Phala W'illiams, Sharon Williams, Toni Williams, Walter W'illiams, W'aym0n D. W'illiams, Wfendell Wlilliamson, Diana Williamson, Karen W'1ll1amson, Linda Williamson, Suzanne Williamson, W'alter Willie, Gail Willies, Virginia Willige, George W'illingham, Eleanor Willingh W'iIlis, Willis, Willis Willma am, Ken Mary joyce Ted , Dorothy W'ilIman, Edward Il W'ilson, Wilson Wilson, 1 Wilson, Wiilson, Wilson, Wilson Q Wilson, W'ilson, . Mildred Beverly Brenda Claudia DiAnn Dianne Gib 'jack , ames james Wi. W'ilson, jim Wilson, joy Wilson, Kenneth Wilson, Larry Wlilson, Linda W'ilson, Lucy Lee Wlilson, Mariann Wilson, Mary Wilson, Neal W'ilson, Robert W'ilson, Ronnie Wilson, Sandra Wilson, Shirley W'ilson Ted Winder, john W'indh.1m, Martha W'indham, P. lkl. W'indham, W'indy W'incll1am, W'illiam W'indhorst, W'illiam W'infree, Derwood Wingrove, Sheridan W'inklev, Loyd W'inn, Rex W'inniford, jean W'inniford, W'illiam Winters. jack Wirz, Richard W'isrlom, Hardy W'isdom, Harry Wiseman, Patricia W'iskera, Ammelie Wilcher, Vicki W'ither, Nfartha Witherspoon, Betty W'itherspoon, Diana Witherspoon, Glenda Witkowski, joseph 178, 272, 199, 272, . 193, 312, 117, 194, 182, 189, 99, 167, 177 303 199 257 376, 317, 319, 335, 411, 281, 213 311 313 213 313 313 317 320 270 276 312, 312 284 234, 185 236, 259 205 304 335 289 187, 197, 313 248, 177, 1 9 1 1 7 7 490 490 41 1 490 490 318 411 209 411 490 411 310 490 490 490 259 411 388 411 490 490 490 490 490 490 490 194 490 411 490 490 490 490 490 490 491 213 491 491 491 491 411 491 491 491 491 491 491 491 411 491 491 491 491 491 491 491 491 491 491 491 491 491 491 411 411 491 491 316 491 491 491 411 491 491 491 411 491 491 491 388 411 491 303 491 492 492 205 492 411 411 388 411 492 492 492 41 1 492 492 215 41 1 492 411 492 492 492 259 492 411 492 203 492 492 492 492 492 215 492 492 492 492 41 1 492 492 245 . f .,'-J . fel-F .g:'pff1x -14 ' ,lf-27' -" . , 4' 9? - gi.. . ' H41-v., ,,,- . W5 , igggisy, xg v ' 1 1 4 IB Once a month a change comes over the YUCCA staff. Beginning usually one week lgive or take a dayj before a large deadline, an air of hilarity seems to settle over the inhabitants of the cluttered lalwaysj Yucca Office. Amid the scramble of triplicates and pica poles, staffers not only carry on work such as typing, drawing lay- outs and counting headlines, but plot pranks to play on each other, the Chat staff or just anyone who happens along. Re- sult: mass confusion. Amazingly enough, we somehow seem to deliver the copy to the publisher on time lgranted we sometimes make it within minutesj. The cry '6we're not gonna make it, ya'll,' is always heard when a picture is lost, a layout is found sadly lacking in style or copy some- how gets mangled by our "slot manf, But just in time, c'est fini! As any editor does, I've wondered many times this hectic year just how the staff survives. After all the screaming and hollering is over, however, everyone goes to coffee. CWe should drink more coffee.j Staff spirit was conceived by its members . . . Dick, whose genius for perfection set the pace of the YU CCA . . . Bill, who kept us abreast of the NT world of sports . . . Patricia-B, who provoked howls with ludicrous satire in the midst of thousands of staid copy blocks . . . Bettye, who amused us with tales of student teach- ing while contacting club presidents . . . Cragg, who turned the pages of the Notre Dame Dome with rev- erence and immediately scarfed same for his section . . . Carolyn, whose mathematical organization whirled names, pictures and layouts into a superb section . . . Susie, who had the dubious advantage of heading two sections of the book and doing equally well on both . . . Babs, who shuffled through zillions of index cards and kept good humor throughout . . . Suzanne, who tolerated with admirable joviality good-natured jokes about Greeks from a predominantly non-Creek staff . . . Dennard, who pitched in with layout ideas as well as turning out our favorite YUCCA cover . . . Smith Kiker, our adviser, who put up with our spasticity and helped to bolster our spirits with good photography from upstairs . . .this was the nucleus of the YUCCA '64, Photographically speaking, we had another concen- tration of talent . . . Jim, who decided if we wanted blacker prints, we'd have blacker prints . . . Sheldon and Mike, who like to sell YU C CAs as well as shooting assignments and went over the top in sales during reg- Deadlin Tim - - Fun Tim istration . . . W. B., whose enthu- siasm amazed and delighted the staff, then we lost him to the Chat . . . Bob, who took time from News Service to take pictures and occasionally write copy for the YUCCA . . . Roy, who joined us at semester as proof man. And to jim, Mary Sue, Janet, Patti, jimmy and Carolyn many, many thanks for helping and serv- ing as assistants on the yearbook. My personal appreciation must go to the Chat staff for helping the YUCCA people play jokes and create confusion and for donating periodically to our infamous bulletin board, Also, to Larry for being a fun escort at ACP convention time . . . Dome Associate Editor Dave Larsen for helpfulness in aiding to standardize our new format . . . Mrs. Kiker for cookies which kept the staff's appetites under control . . . Walter Adams of Anchor for ironing out staff-publisher prob- lems . . . and Dr. james L, Rogers for advice, copy editing and puns. And goodbye to UBC-and thanks. As the first or- ganized society of yellow journalism, the coffee drink- ing club also has left its mark on the YUCCA. Part of the illustrious membership put out the yearbook, the other half lmembers of a next door publicationj tried to prevent its going to press. All in all, it was a fun year-probably one of the best times of our lives. Special thanks to .Marvin Loveless and Frank Bur- chard for speedy picture delivery!Dean Imogene B. Dickey for late pernzission!Dean Florence I, Scoular for the loan of the Social Fundamentals Room during Yucca Beauty prelims!Yucca Beauty judges Billy Pope, Mrs. Margaret Canzbell, Frank Burchard, Miss Bettye Myers!DaUe Brubeck for presenting the Beauties!Carl Marder for helpful hints about the presentationfdepart- ment heads for cooperation about Yucca Who's Whof Riley Willegr for much-needed advice on typography! D. Hall for accurate and often tightly scheduled form production!News Service personnel Roy Busby, Fred Graham and llflrs. Billie Featherston for contributing to the sanity of a stag which often went seeking lzard- to-find info or suppliesffl Cappella member jane Norris who sent photos of the tour to us for productionfTobin Drug for processing colorfthe Denton Record-Chronicle for supplying prints!Craig Wheeler for climbing on roofs and other out-of-the-way places to "get that pic- tureUfPresident C. Matthews for taking time from a busy schedule to write an open letter for the student bodyfflnchor Printing and Universal Bookbindery for producing your book-our book-the YUCCA '54, KAY LANIER, Editor I Witt, Raymond ..,. 164, 213 Woods, Cassie , , ...492 Wright, James ,,,. ., Yea er, Sue .,.. ......... .,..,..... 2 7 3, 281, 411 Wittemeyer, Eugene 255 1Voods, Janice 492 Wright, Jim . ..., Yeailey, Charlotte nqll, --'4,,,.,,,,,,,,.,A,,.,..,, 4 11 Wittenburg. Linda 492 Woods, Lenore 411 Wright, Judith Ann , . Yeargan, Robert ....,,,......,....... ...493 Wofford, Sarah 492 Woods, Marshia 493 Wifi?-3111, Judy - Yelton, William ..., ,, .,..,........,., ...493 Wolgamott, Donna 411 Woods, Roger 493 Wright, Linda Young, Clell ....,.....,. ., ,........ 272, 411 Wolters. Bill 492 Woods, Virginia 493 Wright, Linda K. . , Young, Marilyn ...., , ....,,.., 312, 411 Womack, Marliyn 492 Woodward, Dave 335 1Vright, Theresa .. Young, Maurice ,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , 197 Womack, Marilyn 492 Woodward, Nan .. .. 493 Wuebker, Henry ,, .,.,, .... , . Young, Sue .,....., ...,,.. . .213, 270, 275, 276 Nlgxrnmgtcsk, -100 1Y00ldl'1fl!IC, D011 1YlllbrC'Cl't1, . Wommack, Mary Beth 5, 270, 492 Wooldridge' Gene 493 1vU5l'l1lfk, Skip , 313, 317, Youngblood, Sharon . . ,.,..,. .. ,. 493 Ntomble, Pat 411 Woolever. RiC11l1fd 201, 493 1VY1l11, MSUY S110 Youngdahl, Brian , 367, 368,493 Wood, Dick 211 Wooley, Anita ,lo 411 Wylie A111011 Lindsey . - Youngman, Suzanne .,..,. ....,. ,,,,,.. . . .493 Wood, George 492 Woolsey, Ken 493 Wynn, Esther Vendetta Younse, Danny , .. ,. ......,,..,..,.... H493 Wood, James 209 Wootan, Lesle . 493 Wynn, Nancy . .,,....... Younts, Albert V V vllyyyy yllgllllv I 4,93 Wood, Pat 411 Workman, Riciiard Burton 493 Wysong, Jim , younts Sharon H 493 Wood, Rolnny 320, nbrrey, Llohn , 205 Y H M I Y ' ' Zi ' Wood, Sv via . for ey, arry . ' 'a e, urie . - Wood, Trisha 492 Worsham, Jane ,248 493 Yandell, Don galiskhkjeagituil' " " ' ' " ' Woodall, Woody 274 Worthington, Charlene 493 Yarbro, Johnny , Za cvs Y' an YH ' ' ""' Woodard, Micheal 492 wyfthington, Mary Jo 289,303 411 Yarbrough, Deanna 1 911314, Jaflefo A A-353 Woodbury. Joan 411 1Yartman, Paula 493 Yarbrough, Gene Zlhlmanf Dmne ', "" " ' 'A ' 11493 Xyooden. Kay 162, 232, 492 1Vozencraft, Beverly 493 Yarbrough, Joan Zimmerman, DQWK1 -V - ' - 273, 411 1Yoodford, Rusty 178 Wray, Billy Gene 493 Yates, Charlie Llmmefman, Granville -V -- 493 Woodruff, James 492 Wray, Kathleen . 493 Yates, Charles Ray . Zlmmefmimy Sandra LCC -- V----493 Woodruff, Rosemary 492 Wright, Carol 493 Yates, Janet . .. ., Zorns, Florence ., ,..,,.. ........,,411 A Cappella Choir 142 Director of Admissions 18 Marketin, Club School of Music ,..,,, 305 ACE 287 Director of Libraries 19 Mary Arglen . . SEA . , , ,, 288 AFROTC Band 320 Distinguished Professors 218 Mary Mary Seniors . , , . ,389 AIP 259 Mathematics Department Sigma Alpha Eta .,,.. ,250 Air Science Divison 314 Economics-Sociology Department 260 Matthews, J. C. Sigma Alpha lota 310 Alpha Beta Alpha 241 Elections , 42 MENC Sigma Delta Chi . ,244 Alpha Chi 97 Ellen H. Richards ., 302 Men's PE Professional Club Sigma Delta Pi . N239 Alpha Chi Sigma 255 English Department 230 Meritum . Sigma Nu .. , , ., ,210 Alpha Delta Pi 184 Modern Dance Sigma Phi Elgsilon , .. , , . 212 Alpha Lambda Delta 98 Faculty Research 220 Mu Phi Epsilon Sigma Tau elta . 232 Alpha Lambda Pi 272 Foods Service 23 Museum Social Directors, Womens' Dormitories 22 Alpha Phi 186 Football 326 Speech and Drama Department 247 A Man for All Seasons 133 Foreign Language Department 237 News Service Student Publications Committee 176 Angel Flight 316 Suprper 'Theater . . . 146 Arnold Air Society 317 Geezles 198 Opera Workshop Stu ent Union , , , , . 21 Art Department 223 Geography Department 261 Arts and Sciences 222 Golf 365 Panhellenic Council Talons 164 Assistant to the President 14 Government Department , 262 Phi Beta Lambda Tennis . 381 Avesta , 168 Graduate School 321 Phi Chi Theta Theta Chi , , ....2l4 Graduates 386 Phi Eta Sigma Theta Sigma Phi . . 243 Basketball 341 Green Jackets 162 Phi Kappa Sigma TCOC . ., , , 90 Beta Alpha Psi 281 Guidance Office 16 Phi Mu Alpha Tosca ,, 128 Beta Beta Beta 253 Phi ljpsilon Omicron Track 355 Bible De artment 229 History Department 262 1'1li10S0P1?Y DePi1f1m9l'l1 Biology Igepartment 252 Homecoming 44 Physical Education Department Underclassmen , ,, 412 Blue Key 95 Physics De artment University Hospital . 23 Board of Regents 13 Industrial Arts Club 298 Pi Delta Pfii University Lecture Series . 131 Business Office 17 Industrial Arts Department 297 Pi Kappa Alpha University Players . , 152 lnterfraternity Council 183 Pi 011102111 Pi . Lfnverslty Store . .. 21 Campus Chat 170 Intramurals 369 Placement Office University Symphony . .. 140 Chancery Club 263 Iota Nu Sigma 278 Press Club . USNT , . .,.. .2158 Chemistry Department 254 lSO 177 Print Shop Chi Omega 188 Psi Chi , Vice-President . 14 Comptroller 17 Journalism Department 242 Concert Band 141 Junior Mary Arden 236 Radio-TV Club WCS1 DOFHI 1455061111100 -- 167 Correspondence aand Extension 119 Registrar'3 Office Who's W'ho In Am. Colleges 8: Univ 100 Costume Design Club 228 Kappa Alpha 200 Rigoletto Women's Forum , . H2166 Kappa De ta 192 Roger M. Ramey Club W0mCH'9 PE Professional Club 294 Dallas Symphony Orchestra 130 Kappa Delta Pi 286 7 Women's Recreation Association 382 Dave Brubeck 154 Kappa Sigma 202 SAAD , Dean of Men 15 Kappa Mu Epsilon 257 Sabres Young Democrats , . 180 Dean of Women 15 SAEA Young Republicans . 178 170112116 'Club 249 Lab Band 137 SAM , , Yucca . ,. , . .. .. 173 Delta Gamrna 190 Lambda Chi- Alpha 204 School of Business Yucca Beauties ,110 Delta Psi Kaplpa 239 Library Service Department 240 School of Education 1701121 Sigma hx 196 Los Caballeros 296 School of Home Economics Zeta Tau Alpha . . 194 Y U C CA i 6 4 Ixay Lanier, EC11iOl' Dick Bccne, Assoc. Editor 51111111 Kikcr, Adviser Bill llolnlas, Sports Editor Cragg Hines and Susie Selk, Onstage Editors Bc-ttyc Usher, Organizations Editor Patricia Bryant, Business Manager Carolyn Porter, Honors Editor Bob Dcnnard, Art Editor Suzanne llcatlr, Dcpartrncnts Editor Babs Bc-yring, Index Editor F. 1 liotograplicrs '4 ,Inn Warc, W. 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