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

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X Ci, I7 .gr N KL: X2 C 1 C C 'Lf' I Q I f .X mf- cl, , fu' , ml -iff 71- iff . Q I l 77 CKY tl L RH C1 1 K 1 fi !q'L'ffz H7 -A -if 4 X K C L "--., f C fbi 21 ACQ ycc 1 KL I v QQ f ff ff 65 D Wig? E 3 igxsgfgggfg 5555535555 -c Q5 L 5 ' L i 333235352 u.'- 5 T I 1 I I f 1 4 4 'if-XAJ' NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY Z DENTON TEXAS 0 T890 .K 'UVERSYX Sb J' YuccA 1966 'N 2 I ......f I 1 5 A . ,, .im ,..,-., ..W-.-uf.--MW? ,,,, .-.. .,,.......,.....,. .. -,,-..-1 ...nf Q---,f ,- ,4.4.Qn..gM,pm.g4q11sw,pq-,u,nm N-, CONTENTS Introduction ,, University Life t,nnttnnntnt Honors r,roo,r.orrorttrottrrrtrtrororrr Top Coed on Campus ........,. Honor Organizations .... Who's Who ........,.o...,.. Q Yucca Beauties ......... Organizations ,asana.sranntnnt Greeks .............,................ Administration aaraiannnnn r Departments r raa,nanaaaa Sports a.aaasanraa,n Classes aaaaaaananaaaaa Cragg Hines, editor Barbara Beyring, assistant edito Smith Kiker Jr., adviser The University: Facing the Challenge Of Tomorrow e chose Ch 'iman Ben Wootens phrase, Vilhen the 75th anniversary cornmitte Board of Regents ai' "The challenge of tomorrow is much greater than the achievements of the past," as theme for last year's 75th anniversary celebration, that selection signaled the beginning of a renewed drive for North Texas to fulfill its role as a multipurpose institution serving ' ' ul t' concentra- both the Dallas-Fort Worth pop a ion tion and the entire state. The announcement of the study which may lead to the establishment of a school of Engineering, the addition of the state's first police administration pro- gram, the beginning of the Ph.D. in business admin- istration this year and the selection of a master plan- ning firm to help direct campus development are only a few signs of the university facing the challenge of tomorrow. l U - , - nl , , 9 "' u ff : a '. 'A v .1 ,,. .ty . I wiv -, l '11 Aug' -- 1 1.41. 3.1 1.1. K. 's ,Lg .zq ...ilu-is V Nrnjitxi?-ln 5.19.31 X .lxlf 'u if-L-s ' -. ,sp ,,.'.U .milfg fr . ,. .A , ll ' yi l ...4 'x.,'1'. VK i ' - "' .' 0 , r", - i , 'Q - f , .' bt Q -v n 1' Ht' A " on t it K, ' tl., x . c . F ,, 5 I I . Representative-s lc-ft and second from left of ' . , ' ' ' e -, th te 1 with President J. Cf. Matthews and Dr. James ialnlliimgdirs armmg firm confer 4 chose phrase, r than L year's lgnaled exas to serving :entra- ry lead ig, the in pro- admin- r plan- re only :nge of Gym fzfmfef ln ABOVE: Signs of physical growth are visible in every concrete beam. LEFT: A German volume, the 500,000th addition to the Library, signifies the academic growth of the university. A 1 i ,...,--' I ,l.. ' -Uv'-' 'X' . . 77' ' if i '1 f , , Y 4, nf 3 1 The Administration: Planning For The Next 25 . . tm W +4 i 5., , ,- rg-2 , -0 1 1 Q , V 0 ' , i ', , x I . ' r . ti. 1,1 ,yi X . X. 1 4 v 11 .f'xrirnini2,tminors must, plan for enrollments that imfuff rifmiilrlfl in il flrrarlc: and are still growing. ients that l growing. Research occupies a large part of the university's space and budget. This year physicists learned to use an arc-light Servomet meta-1 cutter. O I Q. 'Wild . 5,5 vials-me Growing numbers of students, staff members and university bookkeeping. Records, both academic PiGCes of equipment have necessitated a change in and fiscal, are being computerized. The Faculty: Keeping Pace With Progression -. , V . iqyyqgx A m p.i?i. s I , i u , , V V A fix . 1 .' A , ' v Q . I n Q ls- r ' i-Qi ' . 1 h E 4 "Q Dr. Dwayne- Kingcry of the education faculty wel- Vfrmcs fI'CiQhii1l'Tl during Orirentznfirm. of Work in t wi C01 I Two Japanese econo- mists, center, attended a summer Workshop led by Dr. Kendall Cochran and a visiting A8zM professor. . ZRN my 5 W5 fy X I f , ,3 Q . Eff! -,s.L :.,ZP:v3l4f'- . N, Results of work in the effects of rad1at1on in braln the biology faculty to Tokyo in September to ad tlssue and Splnal cords took Dr James R Lott of dress a conference on physiological sciences. Xl xxx wx 5 NX 'X if?-'W 5 Z S ff Par 2 .,-,. - ,...--. , , . .-,W .--f----1-f'-----4-- A :1-'iiiiei ii-' Y ,, . , , - ,-., W ..........--avi?" V WW i W 'f Y W H 1 gi Y iq: Y 1--.--r' ---J-' ' ' 'A " " The Students: Getting in l l S d . . d . 1 The Swlm of Thln gs gi: slim: 5555353365 3533103 P g '-- are dz Mtzng N T712 CISG k ABOVE: Drama students started the year with a Madwornan of Chaillotf' BELOW: Study is man- colorful University Players' production of "The datory for any student. Many use library carrels 1966: The Challenge Met And Pushing Onward . 'rx-, Q ! I p ,- . , r' 41: ,. -,g ,t fy iff A: b l rl ll I A I ,- It ,l'l My 'iv v v , ' .- 1 4 . ', c I K iz An academic year, by itself, can have just so much life. There are incessant deadlines and other schol- arly and scholastic trivia. The incidents and more mean- ingful events which make one year different from another are usually left to the administrators, faculty and students. But this year one of the more important events involved the Texas voters. With the passage of a constitutional amendment which doubled the ad valorem tax alloca- tion to 12 state universities and extended coverage to five additional schools expansion became more sys- tematic. The fiscal advantages of the bill were equaled by hopes for academic betterment. The university could begin to see the challenge being met and began to push onward. T llllllllll 1-2 The ahmol iroxirli tilcnt to im lrovc tht intl-llcct lic-cc-nt guests ,5- 'f'f 1 "s:' 5 -e .,t include Harry Rcasonvr lAl5OYI'fl and Stan Kenton lltlGH'l'l. fv- .xi 1 L X' iTSeLf C. 61's E fl. 21019 . H1655 1:18 OHS ye. K N clit' 3., - . 45' Wulf if the II10: V0iY9d tk IHEHI 1 RU alloc Cfgifies I 5 if Tiioregg N of rhebi if academ :sity Q05 edge bein Omvaydi 1 . X ""' ,,.V .1 Physical change is not limited to new buildings. It includes renovation, such as air conditioning the Main Auditorium. -...m.-an Edlted bg Karen Nelson 3 ' '1 T "f"5 ' ' Ann. Fm,,-- ,.'-TX Q V' l . ti , x lx '41, Q l' WWI U ' : w. 1 T153 1 'L 11 '? I If P i g I A ' ' F.. I N ' ?' f ' L1 I I I l 5 Rza 1,-I ,2 WAX i I ll. 'A Yu Il 'Kr !!yh-in l ' Q' M iw 1:1 ' QI t flu' 5 If Uri ,L I 4 L.. pt, I 1 gh iw z" I I 1 1 D' H l 1 gp Sy i ',. v-i 19" if -Q, 5 'f " Y 1 ' ww' 'E . " ' 1 ' 5, 'I 'u xf"l -lx ' I N '-wi wx' ' -. " " , ,f 4 I 1 . I 1 L r , M Ei gf If FV if I i if Al W 11 I I . ,, 1 'I lm 4 I 1 I P I Ii 'I I! N ,N UNIVERSITY I 1 LIFE ig.. P x N 1 J vjffffin-5 gd? ,v ,1 . r . 1-- -Q1 -.-ws, J gvities.S r'egi5mE ., the W Q f' pf V' I ., , G H, , ,fi detfff ,-Q i Wmmdd 4 Hnmecf' , ,I I. MW 1 ' MI lm of V 3 Z i My' N"W6f X 1146! Gay! 'L' 765' 'ff ff Q , Gs N Study and friendship are two aspects to college life. LEFT: A Green Jacket helps two freshmen. BELOW: NTexans study 1n the Reference Room. awmmm , .vm The U 1 scorched summer ses sion students as enrollment figures climbed to a record for l a the 10th year. A chance for extra hours or more Worr: on graduate degree drew 6,586 students the first session and 5,- 334 the second, a 17 per cent increase over the second ses- sion in 1964. While draft-aged men worried about status and exemp- tions, a S697,S63 federal grant was okayed which, matched with state funds, will be used for a new biology building. Work continued on new Clark Hall. In two summer meetings, the regents approved a 2514.2 million budget, three new departmental directors and set up two new vice-presidential posts. And participants in 13 workshops poured on campus, During the hot summer months, stud- ents enjoyed the cool Waters of the lake -sf if On hot summer claw wqter with tl e ' - . . A i '- L - 1 1 exception of an uant't - 3111- Cgnfhtlont-,fl budding iq the mogt qou q 1 Whether 1t,S 3 creek OI' L k D . . . , . ght after swimmin ool i ' a e auas or a ' f t' t 't' d fi ' 1 gp i 1SWG,1s eniteyokay. 'i ' --.. if ffgqntlyig ui lzers of I The Producer from the Summer Players' "Light Up the Sky" explains his show to some lit up Shriners. The Chi1dren's Theater presented the delightful story of "The Beauty and the Beast" for our children. 5 5 'f A ,A L K is 4 M. Summer is the time for picnics and parties at the lake Students enjoy roasting weiners over an open camp fire Summer, continued Summer vacation gives many students the chance to gain knowledge in their P rofessional field. Here an intern edits copy on a small daily newspaper, Xa In three week th' - S10-1,530 weres gix:ZnSlirdm'Ei1gdl2dntS'E:Otal1ng padatment' Dr' Skinner was given 355,730 of emxs ry de- thlS total for a program on cancer study. 20 Wiedgem: :emma 5 W: bv LEFT. Amateur rad1o enthusl- asts gain experience at a field day on Pilot Knob. BELOW: At an art workshop, jewelers explain their craft. ' -, ...,.......-n 1 3 lile 35 'N wg ' 5 lou Bm. wi il Judges Ef T955-nt f VL: K l. 'Mm al' . with 55055, 6.5 'f Min. H xr I --::eSanFi1iN I-X, f Q- 7 , L, ,, ll- lmadom 1, .Ej.'j judymx fy ,Mk I4 . , 1 ff? D, X I 2, lf h ,I 5 ,V 71" ' Q ' v 5 if Dm of tt ,ann J' ., U Four North Texas coeds who participated Judy Kay Hamilton, LeNoir Wareing, Les- in the Miss Texas Pagent this summer are lee Calhoun, and Leslie Johnson. Bly 4 ,ww f mr, A0655 Enjoy Being a Girl" in talent compe Miss Plano pantomimes to the record "I tition. Miss Collin County is judged in a bathing suit. BELOW: Miss Waco smiles at the first of the contest. Enthusiasm, Apathy Fllls Fall More than leaves fell by the wayside as the campus ran head on into the fall semester. Two items left in the press were the frosh beanies and the Avesta tsee page 1245. Beanies weren't "in" and less than 200, left from 1964, were sold. But new groups and ideas replaced the old. The Independent Students Organization, with revitalized leadership and a platform, was back electioneering after a slow past year. Yet only 11 per cent of the student body voted in the fall class and sena- torial elections. To arouse interest in sororities, the Panhellenic Council reinitiated a Pledge Presentation and Ball. lt looked like North Texas was hound to make it through year 76. a 42.-.45 I l ' I' 1 ,L g , 'Sq .11 x 'if ' r J .,A, A, -" f h . , fa ., f .,t, , , ,i I S f ..,g"zi 4, ..i 'fly " , fi 1, , 5,1 'QZL1 . I I 1 'Q' , 'iff' , , - A, ft 2, I 1 i ,YKVQWYQ I , t , . , , . ' vi ,,,,.,Q, H, AM. . ' UM f Q fi ' s , 2 . V , ff,.,,f.,.ay ,, . l 'jjii'filf4,' W , p ry-4 , X , "f ' ' ' , , M, -Q , f f . , ,, f .4 " mx . . ff' X W' 6 ,ff . 72 1' 'G' '7...W' . , ip.. , , V . N V . I, M gg at 4 C -Lflyia ' M. -- A quiet autumn afternoon offers an art student the opportunity to try to capture the changing scenes of the fall landscape. 'AJ '17 ff 'M H . w ixl' 1. il g'! li ' I A 'f A I J' it "ll f UGA" , . 'WY . W JJ! I li .4 Vlhth fall came the roar of a crowd from the Fouts the Eagles begm another MVC Season At Season S Fleld Stands as North Texas Suvvorters Watched end the flock had won three and lost seven games l ff! I ,fff My 1117, ,,,,, f Z lffifnwlj The many piles of fallen leaves that Cov- Texas students a chance to take a break ered the campus provided some North from their usual routines of the day. Fall, continued voie RDP N Um QU el As Homecoming draws near, a group of Zetas Building and sing enthusiastically to the pass- gather across the street from the Union erbys to support their queen candidate. 5 F i , f i .ao ri , G-,,.., V ., , . I , , ' rw: ITT' l If j---r' A I ' 'T i,1.'-YA. -1 .,fRlfwP::j.,1's',Y ff?-...:ifwgnQ'1-"fQ .TLSQ-ipfjyri '53, ' :-'z35'a.T97-fb' 541: 'AH L A 'M' -V .,.aur.enrncvf - The Chilton Hall courtyard is crowded with lumber, gin the job of drawing and painting the signs which paint and poster hoard as the election candidates he- will be the main point of each candidates campaign. 26 V Soc tow H1 lQ 'lx il ll ' li i il 6 U' l . ll l li 1 pgf ll lx l it ll -E WH li' 4 ,Fl A 1 r K, 1 li 5. - The intl QE! i . .Q-,DZ-E, , , ...G 336, .9-HC' ff will 'A : w' ' f f -":' 2 Some students journeyed to Little Rock the Arkansas Razorbacks. The students to watch the North Texas Eagles play chartered a bus to make the trip. The rains came and with it the sidewalks turned late to class, students defy the traffic signal and 1f1f0 a Walking mass of umbrellas. Afraid of being cross Chestnut in hope of beating the bell. Sorry, Please Choose Another Section Serpentine lines of sun-beaten students Weaved into the Main Library as North Texas experienced a record enroll- ment of 13343, almost 1,500 more than last fall's high. In- cluding 4,649 newly orientated freshmen. registrants sam- pled a new procedure that transposed languages and math department tables from the steamy Reference Room to downstairs areas. But in spite of the comparative sophistication. the change did little to lessen the traditionally mad press for classes. Departments continued the discouraging habit of closing classes with anxious students still in line, and the few chairs available were full of harrassed students erasing schedules. Some still had time for a change. WI-'TT' - "TIT-ff"hff" ff I AWS :.'.- Q lin' sun ln-'ire down on 'i ffm - - A 1 - f . ,, up of freshmen waiting to he Incom "V'l'lllWl HW' lllvif IWW lift- as collc-ge students. after Qgilglilgkimen ituquenti leave the Men S Gym 9 Come in o e student bod f y o NT 5 9 , V Qi Z f F 2155 ABOVE: The Reference Room is a scene of confusion at registration. BELOW: Students can rest as a faculty member fills out his cards. A gentle "Please," accompanied by a Hopeful anticipation of open classes is . bat of the eyelashes, works sometimes. the best way to look at registration. 4 A sign at the student directory sales tells f 1 students not to show their yellow-top card Zz yn , 1 A --My , Finally, all hope is lost. Students re tire to an understanding chair. 'il ESP.-.Q What's All The Rush About? The hectic biennial round of smokers, parties and ramp tours kicked off so- rority and fraternity rush for the more than 300 men and women who entered the yearly rites. The 160 girls who turned out for the Panhellenic Preview found themselves split into six groups and jostled around for a tour and entertainment in each of the six chapters. About 165 men, having nine frats to choose from this fall, gathered for hasty handshakes before running off to one of the other smokers which followed each other rapidly. When over, the fraternities had se- lected 138 pledges. Rushees were brought into the Wonderful World of the Wizard of Oz as the Kappa Deltas entertain at their second party. Second-periocl parties enable the memh . f th ers o esoror- Her " D lt - . mm to get hotter acquainted with the new msheegu Skite the 51 a Gammas entertain ia rush group with a using e songs from the musical South Pacino." X 'N i ,f' 1 x n f i the Wim i filny- ,ff ' ry US" 1.23 I3 f i' . ,f 4 W "' ,JE f-9,4 1 4 Q! X ABOVE. Members of Panhellemc check the 11St of sorority bids LEFT. Zetas present a rush program at then' third party. ,S b f , , S M- , 2 VIV, , , ,f W 53 f f ,. .-ff ' , 4 Y 1 f 5 . 1 : f vi, 2 ,i 5 '73 g, 5 , , , f , , A.. rl... 2 ABOVE: Delta Gamma pledges await their tormal Pfesenta' tion, RIGHT: A new pledge smiles as she 1S presented- 51.2 Million Structure Fills Campus Cavity Probably one of the most tangible changes this year is the new three-story Union Building looming on the spot that for a year was a gigantic hole across from the Campus Green. Open for full use in the fall semester, the 31.2 million structure includes a 32-booth Varsity Room and recreation area, a 63-booth cafeteria, a faculty lounge, a Howdy Lounge and six conference rooms. The University Store, once buried in cramped quarters in the old U.B. basement, was moved to a spacious ground-floor location and features a con- veyor-belt supply system to keep items ranging from cosmetics to records ready for customers. The cafeteria was added in hopes of draining off some of the congestion in the snack bar at mealtimes, and is based on dormitory-style food with dormitory-style regulations. The completion marked the end of a two-phase construction program begun in 1963. 1 I v 4 I l i y 3 l 5 5 i I I 1 l F I 1 f z 3 i . . r i ' we Q . - ., ..,. --L we 'ti' g l an -f"'f?f'ffA:- 'hif1r'f'F'1w.Z3'3'fi':?LfEl'?ff3S5a"':'1 mi: W? ' 'T A l""'- 'lf Q, Fr, 'f':ff'K'f.S.. jf? ""1'i:4 l' - .T 4 . i iff 75 " M,-f ' , , ding, . f . --V.,....,.-' 1 ' . M. Students use the U.B, for rest, shopping and some English and all philosophy students for classes. 1 I i 1 i vi l T The new University Store provides a books to toothpaste. The store is located place for students to shop for things from on the first floor of the Union Building. E i i . i If if if 2 . I 1 i r A favorite 1 me Union "NYU " .,...,. xY ur Clare 4 :mfg .monll A favorite meeting place for students is second floor. Here students can come and the Ur1i0n Building Snack Bar 011 the get cold drinks and short-order meals. E ABOVE: The third floor of the UB offers students a place to meet and relax. LEFT: The new Cafeteria in the UB serves hot meals to patron. ,.v 33 -fymw Fine Arts Series Bounces Awry, Then Rolls On The University - sponsored Fine Arts Series started with a bomb, but the other numbers offered throughout the year didn't leave North Texas audiences shell- shocked. The bomb, "Love Is a Ball," was a musical conglomeration of nuts and jolts that went on to financial ruin after its flat bounce here. Later in the season, show-goers witnessed fine performances by Hal Holbrook in "Mark Twain Tonight" and Jackie Warner in "Stop the World." Shows are chosen by the student- faculty Fine Arts Committee. I-Iolbrook's portrayal of Twain brought the wit's quips to a large audience. Wearing clown costumes andeexaggerated about in their zany comedy about love It make-up, the cast of "Love Is a Ball" move folded ft 1 i soon a er p aying Denton. W! . 6 I N 3 4 X Q lj f Twam bmui' ., ,, . , , , Love Is a Ball, a Fme Arts Series pro- dents and faculty in the Main Aud1 audience fn about W rm1f0f" gram, performed to an audience of stu- torium. Alice Ghostley played the lead LEFT: Hal Holbrook speaks to a group of students after his performance as Mark Twain. BELOW: Holbrook puts on his own make-up for the program. l'N 'fl-A ' Aiifgktgf K .. , Q. . 6 4- st, ,XX xv-cgi.. mi. . y ,, err.- M, . ,ir i,1.1X,'i -L.,Ll'Ll...'..Q'...f:' 9 'VL I -- fair: min i- The University Players second production of the year was ers used little scenery for this story of a warlock who longs "The Dark of the Moon" by Howard Richardson. The Play- to be human so that he may marry a mountain girl. The University Players concentrated on madwo- men and witches for their Hrst two productions of the 1965-66 season With showings of GiraudouX's "The Madwoman of Chajllotn and "The Dark ofthe Moon" by Howard Richardson. "Madwoman," starring Janice Messick in the title role of the aristocratic imbecile who saves the world, is the French playwright's sharp-edged spoof on the "worship of the Golden Calf" which man has erected to Mammon. Turning from a mood of perhaps bitter laughter to one of supernatural terror, the Players' second production told the tragic story of a Warlock who wanted to be human and his ill-fated love of a moun- tain girl. Warlocks, Wackies Spice PIayer's Season l l , i K. shall fill? FW P Y 5. 5 I i l Q ABOVE: J seems upiff T v l 1. J.. A i l I i 2 1 i 2 F pf?-6 Apr 1 5' ,fu 7 gv . 07 fy: 3 f ! f 5 1 f 4, Wil? ,fy X f , ff af .f, FWF' 1,. l W til aa" ABOVE: Janice Messick, the Countess Aurelia, picker. BELOW: The Madwoman of Chaillot ex seems upset at the words of Larry Pine, the Rag- claims that the love of this couple is good and right . , ,I 1 J, '11, f.4 ,nl . .11 'rv' -' fn "Madwoman" Lead To Paris Sewers Jean GiraudouX's satire on every- thing in general and money in par- ticular, "The Madwoman of Chail- lot," gave the University Players a good Workout in the forms of comedy. ' Janice Messick, performing the title role of Countess Aurelia Who voices GiraudouX's panaceas for the corruption visited on the World by evil Ccapitalism, high society and the pressj. She speaks her concern and solution in madcap manner and ends the play happily by directing a horde of offenders to a watery grave in the Paris sewers. Venting the author's attack on the "Golden Calf" during the fam- ous trial scene Was Larry Pine, the Ragpicker. Dr. E. Robert Black directed the play. Q 1. , 4 , ' wr.. 1. ,ir ig 1. . ,J Q A ,Q ' I Homecoming '65: Here's The Action The place Where the action Was -Homecoming 1965-gave a soggy Welcome to the 333 exes register- ing for Weekend events beginning with a bonfire that almost didn't burn. Torch-light paraders slogged through mud and light drizzle to hear Bonnie McShan of Dallas named Homecoming Queen and to see Sigma Phi Epsilon awarded the Talon' Homecoming Spirit Award for the third consecutive year. Q L r, .-,N if YV ft f xx Y 5 i ws Yi l li 1' 'Q V71 , -a 2 'P 1 . ,g 4x ' a Q . 3 , 'J , x . , ,rl ,a -. 1. . N, 2 f . if f vfisvii1"fwcLii-iff . .T 'Z 4- '?-5 ' ' -' ..l kM.+4 Ei". F ,,.l,,.,F , a L 1. ABUVE: Umbrellas and muddy shoes were standard sights at the bonfire. LEFT: One float was a jack-in-the-box. cv x,,,'5'f X, . ! A A f"' gg- fgslvr- c -4,1 If Q fir, Qif,f",6'V"'T' bffmvizf AW 1,3 .,,hLi V 1 .ill ,L-11" X 'fog 1 4 Us . -t K ff 1 ci H,f"Y ff if- Q o .ff 4' 'uf ' -'ff 'I c'lf 'ff 1 Lvl, ' f ' I' 'K A 'Q 7' ,n"7' W ln' f -eff --4 YV-. ' 2 -L 14 V 1 -If i I 5- V W, 4 ,,,,, G aglff-F .2 ' ' N I 'JM G- Q 1 f., f'i I FU" ABOVE: Dunng ha1ft1me Bon- nie McShan was crowned Homecoming Queen. LEFT. A debate With Wichita State University began Homecoming. ights Homecoming, continued Anatomy ABOVE: Making flowers is the first step in building floats of a BELOW: The second step is to draw for parade position. Weather brightened a bit for the traditional Homecoming Parade, in which 64 units - bands, marching groups, floats and cars- were en- tered. Crowds lined the route as the - long parade wound under cloud- darkened skies from Fouts Field and around the Square to the break-up area. A liberal dose of pretty girls spiced marching units, cars and floats, seven of which Won awards announced at the afternoon football game. A tense 24-21 Victory over Wichita sparked spirits un- dampened by rain and renewed a seven-game winning tradition snap, ped in 1964 by Cincinnati. I Stuffing the chicken-Wire frames -is a major task in the anatomy of a float. Each flower must be stuffed individually and wired in place - a very time-consuming job. 7 i NLX N XX floats. ion. Q W i if HVSUQEU-7 A W' , I f ' .4----'vlf M " X " ' fs z .f "'! f 9 , . f . - ' I I l ,M x 1 ' Z f if, 1 I 'M 1 J 4- ' . rw' ' 4 "l 4' A! ,I . f, f i 1 - I J I "ff-32.555 GV f' ' 4 4' K- 1' 'fa Wiiw ' 1 , f . - , , QQV 1 . '- 4 7 . 1 ' , ' 1. ' , 1117?-1 NJ, 4,7 Q' - ly. 1 gg Avnfxdi ,1 ,L W, I JZ." h7'r ' a A m.S1'ff- -' 4 -455 A " - f 4 .1 ,JI ,Q.,A arf ,? R' 6641 1 ,-friggin l ' 4 ,fcjigl ff' , ,- V, 1 fz m' W ' 14 I V Y Q . I K ,tg 1, Y Q64-wht, 'wx by Y , j""5l1'iy-ff M 1? 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Piercing an apple with an arrow and narrowly missing a worm peeping from the top won Delta Sigma Pi the sweepstakes award for "NT Hits the Core of the Action." "NT Has Popped Its Lid," featuring a musical jack-in-the-box, took the originality prize for Alpha Delta Pi. Zeta Tau Alpha won the most beau- tiful float award with "Action A'Flutter," sporting a multi-colored butterfly surrounded by daisies. Marquis Hall took first in the new dormitory division, gaining a traveling trophy to be kept by the dorm winning three times in a row. Sigma Phi Epsilon won the house decorations award for the second consecutive year with a revolving triangle picturing sports, science and student activities. After the game, about 400 at- tended the barbecue sponsored by the history department in the Men's Gymnasitun honoring the classes of 1915 and 1940. P QD 2 ji , ' 4 . L, at 1 ii. After the Hom becue given b 'S i . l TOP1 Registration of NT exes begins the day for those who TheH0me 0 return for Homecoming. BOTTOM: Next came football. i lo Com H' 0116 small s if uni 5 A H K .., N uf 'f 2 3 J 1 ., ,3 Lf, '21 f pu - wh0 vm ,,., ' w,,,g Ni-r After the Homecoming Game, there was a bar- talent show which ended the festivities included becue given by the history department. The acts such as the singing Brooks Sisters. ,f-gi 1 J "'W"Pl-nw-1 The Homecoming parade was also enjoyed by the people of Den- ton. One small spectator Waits patiently for the parade to pass. Library Serves Many Needs, For Most Although one student recently boasted, or confessed, to a professor that he had received a degree from North Texas Without entering the Library except for Registration, others find the Library a quiet study place, a mandatory reference center or at least a meeting spot. This year as the semester was on its last Sunday, students found the building open for more Weekend studying or gabfests. One new acquisition this year was the personal library of the late Dr. Isaac Lloyd Hibberd, musicology professor here for 20 years. Exceed- ing 9,000 Volumes, the collection is strongest in voltunes of or on music, but also contains works on litera- ture, theater, art, biography and history of Western civilization. ABOVE: The card files list all books. RIGHT: Carrels provide study places. l 1 x L mill Li' J A 3 l l z ABOVE: - RIGHT: Eli i 1 , EY .J I ,, ,rr --V---g Y- - f' ' " W' i V if , ,..,. ..,. ..,,.. .,.,. , , Y . .,, I ' OS ABOVE: Various displays can be seen in the foyer of the library. RIGHT: The Browsing Room provides papers and magazines u The Reference Room of the Library is a place where many students come nightly to study. This room contains ref- erence material for research. Night Lights: Flashy and Short ABOVE: Neon lights flash along University Drive about food and cold drinks. BELOW: Light pours from KDNT. Night lights and night life are comparable in Denton: They are usually on in short flashes and are turned off inordinately early. Although many students are lured by the larger and longer flickering horizon cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, Denton is a dynamic city, if pool or miniature auto racing strikes oneis fancy. , A new strip of hamburger and short-order places has sprung full-grown along Univer- sity Drive, creating a Las Vegas atmosphere for the county-seat town. Building growth was not limited to areas away from campus. Eating establishments are growing up 'around the Avenue A-Hick- ory Street intersection. Two first-run movie houses show features within weeks of their Dallas-Fort Worth openings. 9 .xr Euco I 1 1 i i A some SWM ' The briihl V i i YE il 1-A Iv- nl K. x v , Yi-.61 iii' , WW..- f ig- Q: 'f f. .,., . 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The mild winter North Texas experienced gave students an opportunity Sandblasters climb scaffolds atop the Ad- to take advantage of outdoor activities like riding. ministration Building to clean the tower. :X 'N g V. , X l S in late J an. Hg cold that DTGCG-ded the the midst of velopments: rcessflllly to 'aduated 559 the year be- tenced after 'ee students, lggflrz-S Q 5 ,Z af Q 5 jjj, ,Z ' ,FY 1 1 hui Qu. . an , ' A 1 "limi -N, ,,,f4,zv: 4 , 4 Iffjfwl dv aj, N., f " QQ " 'lf , a 7.5: , fm V I, I ,H . . .- -fav? f V' n Q: , ax..f'il 'll , Vi-fi y ' f--4 - the Ad' 2 'LOWGI' ecially HS Semi . ' ht n the Campusf esp The lights shining through the Wmqiaii ziiua? finals approach- Of the Library at night are a faml ,J ti' Z l J Road Trip, Snow Fill Busy Winter The basketball road trip to Bay- lor, the second North Texas road trip of the year, finally found enough interested students and the train pulled out of Denton on schedule. Many students made last minute decisions and drove to Waco for the game. Altogether several hundred North Texans watched the Eagles beat the Bears before return- ing to the train or their cars for a fun-Hlled return to Denton. Snow finally fell during Dead Week and finals, But to look at the students involved in snowball fights and building snowmen, one might not have guessed what the academic calendar held in store. Though the snow was inviting, most students soon settled down to fairly con- scientious studying, though a few remained to harass the between- class stragglers in front of the UB. ABOVE: Snow covers the campus in a white blanket. BELOW: I Unused to snow and ice, students cautiously walk to class. , , f A , J 1 V J 1, l l iiivf 4 l A b ani Music . '.: ltr x If , I ' . ff. A?- , my L' . ." , ll w ., A v X I n' M ui w- ' was Q M. N .5 , xxx 5' x' ' , 'Q 13 In-. x -UNRAQ9' x . , 15 v JN ' L -Rg hl nk fl, 11 431.01 1 .Q Q1 a, -Wg A 3, - 1 all 'EJ ' 35 1 ' fig - e .' J xl ' X f'f11'- W :,t41,dw I . -Q Q -1,,:,4'j nket. BELOW: falk to class. I ,, , ,Y , , i i A band played for travelers on the way to and from Baylor. Music flowed through one of the cars where students danced. LEFT: Cold drinks were sold to basketball fans by the USNT who sponsored the trip. BELOW: Fans stand up and cheer for the Eagles as they defeat Baylor. Sports Anyone? Anything! ." .I Sports anyone? ' Whether it's required physical education classes, or intramural ac- tivities or just a stiff five-mile hike, getting out enlivens study-crazed students. For the organization man, the Gymnastics Team, formed last spring, provided group action as well as entertainment for basketball halftimes. And the quieter types could re- treat to coeducational square danc- ing classes offered in the physical education department. The really hardy souls even found time at Christmas or semester break for a run to the New Mexico or Colorado ski slopes. 1 . li Square dancing is one of several dance classes offered as P.E. 4 ? ix l if 7 2 Q I 5 l 'E ' Q l : p i'gQ:frf - 3 vu ' 1, If , x A 115225552 . if """ ' fi-pix' i -"lf .f"""-, f""""'w 9 . , -nuf- ,,4r""? rd-,.e nif- U ? No 4 'A s fin, ...,, H N,,., - ,, A MN, 1 l A skillful nrt offcrccl at North Texas is fcncin St d it it l i ' . 1 ., . gb tx- , I . loam the form and iCl'IT1lIl0l0l1j- of thc Sport. Here txilo linfbllctsg dakioup ililr foils for a fnendly match as the referee 5 i ' A n Ca any fouls or marks in the match l I ' i 2 54 l , 1 1 I I r I The du K, in A. ri f of several Ls P.E. -.-....q,...-me-.M 41-.-x....'. ""::f?W?' Mm, ,wa it ch- The North Texas gymnasts perform in a show works toward precision and skill and they during a basketball game half time. The team planned more shows for basketball games. XXXSC Basketball for women is offered in the physical education pro- gram. Intramural basketball enables all women who are in- terested in basketball to play. Cheerleaders Give Spirit A Boost The North Texas cheerleaders, fighting against a discouraging 3-7 football season, kept coming up with new ideas to bolster lagging school spirit. ' Getting onthe ball early, the yell- leaders with the help of the Green Jackets lobbed little green-and- white footballs into home-game crowds for the first time this year. But with football behind them, the cheerleaders popped up with skits and sock hops to entertain basketball fans. Members called the first hop following the NTSU- Louisville game "a big success." 1' ig . it ,sz rj V 'UL SL Mfoegfq V, Aim. aft"-, 5.-,rf fy ' Q i 1' ,f-az' 51,33-eff! "rf ,,,,,f7 Q T ff I wi N4--3 'V fig' ilk, ' K V 1- If 1 vlanfsv- X ff fi . -5' if ' +7 "' ' "Y gf ' 'U' --. ----.7'T"- V ,, Q., "T O . L A 1 ig! L 1-4 isa W i I - "' - " ............ 'L During some of the basketball halftirnes the cheer am G 'Ogden put on Skim. At the North Texas-Louisviug gvithea igyl elgigifzsaagiihilo Waters clown around leerleaders uraglng 3-7 comin mer lagging gup dy, the yell. f the Green green-and. ll0H19-game ethis year. ihind them, ed up mth to entertain ers called the :he NTSU- g successf' 'Eff d 5 clown noun L5 'r ' r X 1 N4 , IM r 4.-1' . . - f , ,, , 1 lf" ,l ' -Q," if 1' " . l v Q 4 , ' . ' , ' S 5 - ' ' H 7-74 4 'W an ,f ,f v rw-F,-4 aw... . n.,......e,,,. --,v , - -, - , .., . ' I" I " - tl ' 'Ty 'lf' .-f ,f , , .f,,,. 77, I Q -4,-,,.V..f,.- 3 .t,,,,,,E A' -,.w- -, I, , ,V C ,5,,.,-.f ., 6.11 ,V , ,. .M ,V--. .?'iaf'97fv5.l'.1, 1 .ff f' 2 w2'iW4'4Q""', '-"'4"- 'ff f' fp 1 Wi. l '., r-:v".'e:11 Q"-'-ve ',g:.f'f.'L fra-flffi -4 .1:.x'?.L.'. L.-L " "'.f"' 2, ' :.'.Lf" BP." 'T Ht -..'.t..'.'I Cheerleaders for 1965-66 were Judy Holder, Waters, Kay Bradley, and Philps L'Hornme- Gary J eiferies, Linda Thompson, Philo dieu. They were elected by students. ABOVE: Megaphones come in handy when rain threatens a pep rally. LEFT: Linda Thompson and Kay Bradley lead the crowd in a yell. P' 4 ' ilk ,rv .... ., ,, v Religious Centers Spark Creativity Student religious centers on the North Texas campus provide a va- riety of activities to Hll the life of the student. Through movies, lec- tures and discussion groups, they have become a place for students and faculty to leave a strictly aca- demic atmosphere and to converse and exchange ideas freely. More and more, the student centers are open to all, regardless of ones par- ticular denomination or belief. Their main purpose and direction has come to be to stimulate con- versation about the more serious cultural and intellectual questions of the times, in a relaxed and crea- tive atmosphere. Yet the centers also offer a con- venient place for students to spend a quiet evening playing cards or watching television. All this, how- ever. is not to say that the formal side of religion is forgotten, as many i of the groups still hold daily or weekly religious services. J. . A -ja ' una.-1 1, - .-V .f 5 .fa-w-FSI-ing .. N 'I 1 N' s. ' f '. - xi - nu- .., '...- '- 4. .'."Z'.g,.1"f'5f5' "Wifi "7""""' " ' , ""'f'. . 'Q .Lf '-9"+f""'-'ff-bv "-sf-us-Ja-s 'N 4 w - - ' . ' -'ig wh- 5 af .aq- .X r W -Q L . e"""r'f'vrf:'f-are "-Q--l ' :.g.,.f: f-HB6 ' 5 ,-M' ..'..g.." - P .fb rj-, . than 7.1, Q ' 3.-,bv-'iiy' 4 xi" "-a-wx. Y....,... uf' TOP: A part of Jewish worsh' ' th ip is e menorah. BOT- TOM: St d ' ' u ents attend churches in Denton. l r f 5 1 l f l l -rfth "I E 'li it iw 'X A ,HQ I r , . -4 fX Rx -gnu- .ZZ PE L Ibn- S v l"t"v" " . . '....1 V V - , Mb .1 I' 1-..gg,i . 3 1 , Qs W2 'EW gf Qs Q I 15 I '5 lit! .5 fdff ,if 1 XM' N P if f bfi. Jw I 1 N I , K of 4! 1.5146 ' , . I wflorah' 7I1- T "T" NJ' I, S I ,3 'hlffa' 11 sf' I s , 1 ' z u I , I 9 L -,,..Q,.,T,j . i i' 'r -. it Ls w 'f , W-4--'Q..,.... 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Q! n " ' 1 iff? 1-ig: up M ,, x Signs of o ur Time V s hun. . .. . V :JT ' . 54' if-3 , ' a .-Q. - ' . L . . .- Vg V' """"' - is v- 'v--f. 'n 'TL' -4 ,...,..T.,.,. - 4 N 'x .1 , , . . ...P 'A 3 - ,- .Y-"' -. h -- ivt- .-'T- ' - ' " X ' ' ' N-x.' ... . ,,, ,W - " TOP: Ono-way signs are not unusual in Denton, for they Coming into Denton on Tex 2 :adorn tho corners of many str- lt, ' ' ' ' U as 4, people LC Q 1n town. BOTTOM. by 3 blg Slgn introducing ffDynamic Dent I, l, l ,- f ,- 'J ll J! 1 ? 5 ge .Ji 1 a' A l l l ABOVI ments. .H ' are welcomed on." A ABOV ball fa I f in ,uf -, , N , -4 ff? N "1" ' ' ' 4' .f 1 1 vi . 1 d ---'-'L'-"""""' V 'iiaa J, -, , nu f --+ ' , A4 X 1 ' ' L ' I .jni f" A'-Lg! N un ,, ' 9- 4" fi, I ,711 fge riff? Mg? 1 'W' ' , VV X7 1 ,GMI 1143 X 4:53 yy I, Mig . yy ,wif 'WAV WWI: ,lq,,,,,f ,L ,f a , ff wff i si" .f f W L 'M " "f'fP"Q,4'9" I :air V .5 , , AV.- , l - ,ff ,, 2 3 it W ' " -' 1' f 5 ' , ' 77 W 42? fi- ', . "" M 3 '24 Q r xo ... '1 'r Z ai' vu 5 Yagi 'T PARKING - 75'-5 EXCEPT ron i ui' . Z MIWIGER 3514123 dUNiVERSlTY. - IP7' 6' 3524437 i 5 ' 1 gs i -Q ' N W L 1 EVEN TS r-+1 ABOVE: Throughout Denton are signs advertising apart- ig x f , X ments. RIGHT: Car owners cringe at the "No Parking" signs. + V- 4' Tv - 1 i f A 7 15 'A ' .V 11 A Va i. uf I welcomed ABOVE: A traditional sign for basket- such as this one. RIIGHT: Most stu- lff, ball fans this season was a scoreboard dents recognize this sign of our time. fl. Dinner Gr-oup Presents Classical, Modern Fare Supper Theater, North Texas' 17-year-old dinner- drama group, claims it is the first campus organization ever to offer food for the body and food for thought at one sitting. Originally formed as an off-campus club, members serve dinner to theater-goers and follow it with dramatic productions. The thespians annually sponsor an original one-act play contest, won this year by Ransom J effery with his drama of Wehrmacht soldiers, "The Retreat." The contest is open to area students and offers a cash award to the winner. Other productions this year included a cutting from Aristophanes' "The Frogs," and student produced -versions of "The Browning Version" by Terrence Rattigan and A. A. Mih1e's "The Ugly Duckling." l , 5 i I 5 Q 71 12 1:5 1 265 J ' h l -,E 1 'u i uf' r' N 5 i, i i l ABON nerve: irOup SlCal, Fare ho- 1. R A t -old dilmef' orgfill for thought ub,meII1b?V5 ow if wth . t gmal oneifc Jeffew' Wh gffom ttill CU produwd errence .v .XX ff ABOVE: A fight is about to begin between two Wehrmacht soldiers. LEFT: Two Greek gods reprimand a third god in the play "The Frogs." af ABOVE: Weary Wehrmacht soldiers' easy in JeHery's "The Retreat." LEFT: nerves are on edge and arguing comes Supper Theater presents "The Frogs-, Senior Art Major Displays Four Years of Work The Gallery in the Art Building is a very crucial room, because once every semester several senior art majors display four years of college work there. Their graduation de- pends on it. ' First step, after making application to ex- hibit, is a conference with a major adviser in one of seven fields: interior design, art edu- cation, costume design, drawing and paint- ing, crafts, advertising art and medical art. Q The department has a pre-architecture major, but students transfer to another school to complete their Work before they become seniorsj Then come the final anxious Weeks of the semester, when exhibitors set up faculty- approved Work for a Week's scrutiny. Seven -fewer than usual - tried it last fall. Two visitors at a senior art exhibit 1 k th h 00 YOUS the several of the year that is required of seniors. 1 hook of house plans. The art exhibit is one of ,i h r all 4 A pup 011 the uilding ie avery every Semester Splay four years I g-radu3ll0ll de. lpplleatien te ex. lmayor advlemn Y dffslgll, all edu- HWS and paint- and medical me pre-arcliiteetme nsler to another work before they xious weeks ol the rs set up faculty- scn1tiny.Seven it last fell. e e' I, is fequu , 1 vii. . Y s -gy, vga f'-, ' ji 4 w mx , E1 V Q Q ? ,Wt . fue? 'arg 6, J 4 If z 1 is jr, ti ! 1 4 ., yt ,Mmm VL., W, V , PMR l 5 feee , Q ,lg iv fag-6, - '4' , . 'cl , f 'e I elle' is - 1 Z' A senior art major wallpapers a Wall for a American paper was a part ofthe exhibi- background for her art exhibit. The early tion that is required of senior art majors Small popcicle-like sticks make an interesting modern art object. A Puppet made from boxes and Wood hangs On the wall, a display at a senior exhibition. 'Qi "uf F wlt spring Whipped into North Texas and found 12,119 enrolled for another go at it. The figure represented a 12 per cent increase over spring 1965. The Board of Regents also met With great gusto, and at one meeting: 0 Approved plans for a Speech Building which will house a 500-seat continental the- ater, therapy clinic, TV-radio facilities as well as classrooms. 0 Raised room and board S5 a month. 0 Authorized bids to be called on a S2 million land acquisition program. Other gusto items included a British- American debate on the Viet Nam conflict and lectures by Cleveland Amory and Allan Nevins on television. Fw ABO candj I 1 1 . , fif l 55' 1 9 Q ,ww ,, 3 fi' f gf .U 1 ls! A 6 4 if l 'll -,. mm North for another a 12 PM met with great I Buildilt Speetu cOUtinei1Fa? thi adio i aclllw . nib' A Sv W0 352 l 011 W or uded 32511556 'iei Naindtw Amory 1 i Q fy s ii' W A R I 5,1 M ,A T ,B Q L E N N x X r A"-fi-lg,.J:", ', ABOVE: A Wart greets a Green Jacket with "Good Morning" and candy. LEFT: When flowers begin to appear spring is on its way. ' 1 'Q , . 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A ABOVE: The new Speech Building is Scheduled to he completed by the fall of 1967. LEFT: A British debate team chats with NT dehaters. .axw The Bard received a new inter- Sh a pretation and University Players presented its first resident actor in ' the annual Shakespearean produc- Resld ent Actor tion, March 9-11. NT graduate Bob King returned to take the lead of Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice" and brought to the part a tragic, rather than the usual comic, interpretation. l King has been working in such Broadway and Hollywood shows as "Bells Are Ringing," "McHales' Navy" and "The Fantasticksf' Prior to his appearance at North Texas, King had just completed a tour with a Boston company. .fx FOP: Shylock and Antonio make a deal for a pound ABQVE. In the famous t . 1 Sh 1 ria s if .-'kntonio's flesh if he cannot repay a mone h Gene: Y 00k I'eI'1'1i1'1dS - Y 10311 Bassanio of the agreement that h ' e and Antonio have. fW inter. Players 2 actor in l P1'0duQ. returned k in c'The 1 brought V than the Tl. 18 in such I1 shows as "MCI-Iales' Htasticksf' i at North wmpleted a pany- m1w""' W diff if f .fa '37, x J fijsfrmffild S if hi i S of df ff! 1 zine' B, 'X ' 1 We 'if E g I S ff? "4 S. Q l,lrTDli 91 f-,NTOQ ru!! 7' 'ig gul li,,3f00f3 ,,,.,-na-A-""" ABOVE: Jessica and Lorenzo clopc BELOW: Brown protrayecl Shylocrk. In order to win Portia's hand in marriage, Bassanio must pick the right chest. As he opens the lead box, he finds he picked the correct one. lf From beakers, books and business calcula- ' tors, North Texas researchers, both faculty and students, delve into problems of bio- chemistry, Britain and a bulging economy. , . , fail? calcula' faculil of blo- pfI0my' Research is big business, and re- search is important business. Funds for grants and in-service institutes received or in process totaled 3729520 by March of the school year, and university oflicials expected the final iigure to increase more than S100,000. A majority of the research funds still were concentrated in the lab- oratory sciences, but other areas in- cluding social sciences, education and music are conducting investiga- tive studies. The following pages provide a brief look at North Texas research. Historian Willia Research, continued V 5 ...gk . A m Kamman works on preparawry In response to criticism of busines h l D s sc oo s, r. J. D. Dunn notes he will use in research on Nicaragua. Although science grants still predominate the research Held, social sciences, humanities, education and business admin- istration are studying problems and arranging institutes fi- nanced by both outside and faculty research sources. The government and history staffs are collaborating on an oral history series which Will contain interviews with con- temporary leaders on societal Continued on page 76' and John Schober conducted a graduate survey. ffl' 1 'r 4 ' .4 Government faculty member Dr. William Martin will use h. f 1 . . is acu ty grant to study major democratic systems. I E A i Basic studs l 1 E L- I V I rs H! n R r thx' 'L 5 N '1' xt it 55 GW' U 4 , 5 ff FF! Bi0lOg'iSt l Fonts ri seg 3 lazy .. 1 ,fix N Basic steps in research are often conducted by Brady's assistants distills a chemical which w' c 1 student research assistants. One of Dr. William T. be used to study halogenated ketenes. J. D. Dunn ' 1 ,....-4-ln i l use Biologist Ha1'01d SCh1iChti11g took ail' Samples OVGT public Health Service grant he tested air over the 111 Fouts Field testing algae concentration. On a Atlantic while serving as a lecturer at Duke. eIfl5' i problems. The spoken collection will be available for future researchers. V. Two projects in the School of Business Administration concern white collar union- ization and cash flow. . A School of Music research team 1S de- veloping an electronics lab for study of elec- tronic sound sources as a composing medium. 'And from the social science areas papers on the Versailles treaty, Latin America and major Democratic governmental systems are among those being financed through faculty grants. One government' faculty member 1S AA- , t . f u-X 1 ' , ' editing a book of readings in Texas govern- ment. A new project announced in the spring will provide a study of the "adopted grand- parent" plan at the Denton State School. Dr. H. J. Friedsam and Dr. Harry Dick will be the principal investigators. 'Dr. J. K. G. Silvey completed his 15th year in water purification work. Dr. Price Truitt is in his eighth year of work for the U.S. Health Service on cancer. Research facilities for the sciences will be more than doubled when the new Biology Building is completed. Some biology projects in progress will remain in the Master's Hall basement, others will move to new quarters. I 1 woi dire o whe Dr. rear corr tion for 0 wha trat are A tern ant anin 311 Wiube Ji B Dual' Uhiozii usine team is de. ng medium' Papers Peas lherlca and Systems are ugh faculty member is is govern- he Spring ed gland' e Dick M11 his 15th Dr. Price k for the rS be Biolvgg pr0l9c er'S Hall IHWS' Recent grants within the sciences include: 0 An NSF grant Hnanced the summer work of seven physics students under the direction of NT physics faculty members. 0 Housewives know what will happen when chlorine bleach is poured on clothing. Dr. William T. Brady wants to know what reaction other substances, such as organic compounds, will have the chemical. The Na- tional Science Foundation has given 513,300 for a two-year study in the area. 0 Dr. Dwain Vance is researching to find what extent pesticides such as DDT concen- trate in water algae and to what extent they are passed between organisms. 0 Dr. Kenneth Stewart is seeking to de- termine whether acquatic insects are import- ant transporters of single-cell plant and animal water polluters. N531 QVC I r i 1 'Do NO T D I5 7-0123 , A-..., 4 ,f,:,f,,, T, , -. -11-s-..qw-1-.f ff Q- "KA ,, vrfwftfzr- " " ,W ...Lf w.,mvl,,:2:Z, .Agn 'fr ,Ma 0 . J, 1 Wa, , M , ,fr Aw 'V' 1 4 X , vt- ., V V: K! an , 5' ,,, 721 fx iff' ' .ik kv t -, N .A I , M., , ' H f 13,2 1 . " ' V ' 1. . M if - W W. HL- N4 3 . X., I W L. 1 1 P-. WN! ' ' YJ. '7' I 1 J Q 0 ov 'vJ?5'5-' aj .j sh FA 9 Q 'S , vk!,, .f-"fl, 8 Rfk -X OQXQ Q, gm WWRQWPW5 . W . 4" W , .vu 1' QV ' lax .Sf- 'g', 'jg .ff H" . .. v X ,4. M , 1 , A , V 24. ,, x--'23 ' ' v- . 5 'Y ' I J . W1 5 I ' V x X ,wggxe dnvv Y. .xl S 39. 'VKX -J N K x X ' .M Y . , X3 - , ' s C990 'XXX Rkmxxx SQQAQXX4 'Xxx STN-.--. " "XKLlQ. . x..,x..-x 2-"1-im' Ox5,.7,x.wuC1-'x' 'H ' x In x ww 3' XZ Mpgfga, f M .- YWAQZX 911 emi? Q 'ffrvii 5' 1 , I Eh., u v' A- . ff-rv ,f, I .,.. :ff I mf' 6.4 A wx' ll 9221! ' P in , A I ', ,fr if U 1' lf' ,555 147' 5 jigs? wig' offff' 74 '15 4 Mila 'L P ri if , .-.DY 5-,-,,,---n-P ,.,---f-X-...-ably--'......- ,454 .. fkfwf-af 'W 1' ,, - 'MT 53-5,5 wg.. A I . 'f' N .. :x,,,J' I' ,xx il V ' v -4 .,,'5.x-A " ,.'-iiznrvx K, Mr. " sa. y , Nui, , .K s 'ki il Q, , k, A J .3"'x-,V 'Yet ,W .g1.4g,hqqi.kK,,,., 4' , xx. , h A 'ew -iA1:u..,xR M. A 'Q f. 'if differ' 'gif . ,--:""'-eo 3, Nl! Q mi- , M L , ?L . ... .....n.-X 1. .L "S gh... -...v,..-44 -. ., .. NJ gris- it, ' s QQ. The Spirit Of 76th After the hoopla of the 75th year subsided, the administration announced plans for expansion which will carry the university through its centennial in 1989. Students through study groups and reform commissions sought a clearer description of their place in the academic community. North Texas, out of its educational infancy, seemed determined not to turn to senility. 19-avi, I Edited by Barbara Beyring ',' N 'i - HONORS TOP WOMAN JOURNALIST Mary Tatum, Dallas 15 TCOCS Named At Matrix Table Theta Sigma Phi, national hon- orary Women's journalism frater- nity, continued its annual tradition by naming 15 Women Top Coeds on Campus at its Matrix Table pie and coffee in the University Club- house on March 30. A five-member faculty committee headed by Dean of Women Imo-1 gene Dickey selected the five Win- ners from each of the sophomore, junior and 'senior classes. Women were nominated by the faculty. Mary Tatum of Dallas, a Janu- ary graduate, was named the North Texas Top Woman Journalist. SENICR TCOC's: Jebby Prindle, Dallas, Claudia Wilson, Dallasg Julie Ramey, Denton- Jean Washxngton, McKinney. NOT PICTURED: Fran Maples, Dallas. l I l I JUN J ack: Cath ?Zf.:f E1 uififjiitg Q S0l El Wo Nam Tables nalional hon- Tnahsm flfiljep. 111118-l tradition an ,TUP Coeds 3lT1X Table pie uversity Club, lltycommooo Women lmo, l the live win. le sophomore, asses. Women the faculty. allas, a Janu- r1edtheNo1th 'ournalist Q V l . I-1,,A W . C l ,I , xfl ' , ' '- A . Dent0Ul Jean l . F -1 A A ,I .. fn' , 'l xzfe gg , If-,fu-I 1 ' dq..!Nl-V T?-"'ff'! 'C 5 I X off-, A , ,,- ,'.'- J-,, " , , ,, 1 , N -, :AR-yi l P , ,il ,. 1 X - .-'bw . A , v V 4' , fl M gp- M of , qzzlgy- 5' "J H ' ,fi at 'Fix ,ff 'illiffrf 7' : a+ I ,'i:f.,' f ur-5 -Ll i. 1 Wt, I .- "lo l 'C' Afmigllgalla JUNIOR TCOCS: Pat Hunt, Irving, Janet Myers, Lake Jacksong Roberta Moore, Irvingg Angela Penna, Beaumont, Cathy Stricklin, Garland. X ' i M N Y I SOPHOMORE TCOCS: Diana Chase, Dallasg Marv Crissman, Dallas: Diana Hancllev. E1 Dorado, Ark., Judy Holder, Fort Worm NOT PICTURED: sharon Elmer. Pole Worth. Alpha Chi- Society Sponsors Art Exhibits Alpha Chi Vice-President Ed Scott blamed poor press coverage and lack of organization for a poor receptionof the national honor society's March art exhibition as compared to the first one the group displayed last year. Scott said the national honor society, which requires a 2.5 grade point average for membership, gets the selections-including paintings, woodcuts and lithographs-from a national gallery and must underwrite the show to guarantee a certain amount of sales. The items, which included a Picasso etching, sold from S5 to 3150. The display Was housed in Voertman's Gallery. OFFICERS E Scott, vice-president, S. Speir, treasurer, M. Guerra, secretary W Anderson, president. Y 4-4 ' .Jh- V SP0 ihibif mo' lent ld lack of . of the as Com! QD dlsplayedlot 101181 honor 'ade Point aveori' Selectiomxhooloo Hd 1ith0gTap1L5,h. HM m1de1w1ite: ffaln amount oo ied a Picassoetchi 19 display washoo Scott bio. . oo? treasurer, MG -, Cx 3.3, ' 'x 17, fi -1 02" , ' T ff ' . QJBEK Xa - 1 at 3, iv ...,,i:,. BOTTOM ROW: C. Stewart, M. Guerra. T. Hale. S. McDonald. ROXV TXVO: M. Morgan. A. Gray. J. Short. B. Mcum, B. li-uclurl ROYV THREE F Nia les P Pierce S Horn S Smeir. E. Ginglos. P. Moc-ker, C. Lowa-. ROXV FOUR1 G. Holton. XV Ando-rsun. .I N w : . p , . ' . . , . 1 l-1'0llf. 5. Granstaff. E. Scott. E. Ferguson. J. Spur-lock. ' I ,. , KS-ad ar? . BOTTOM ROW: D. Alford, S. McDonald. ROW TWO: F. Maples, C. Stewart, D. Shivers. ROW THREE: J. Moberg, A. Gray, M. Morgan, J. Harris. ROW FOUR: P. Pierce. L. Estridge, L. Speer. T ' r ' - 1 Meritum, Mortar Board ' r' Considers Group North Texas' honor society for Women may still be three years away from hearing if the club has been accepted for afliliation With Mortar Board, a national Women's honor organization. Mortar Board's national secre- tary paid a fall visit to the campus, one of six schools in the U.S. select- ed from 50 applications, Which have to be on file for five years. Students and faculty members converse at the Meri- tum Tea held each spring for prospective members. 'a ,E V ftW'h0,S Univerf' thiS Ye tional mlwlh be H IU zati0I1S In nual All Room Schola H1311 4 Wichitl the gu 125 -f rev vi ? Bom 1 land,q i S- Bry. I F C les. C. Smwart, D. 5. ROW FOUR: P. raft Group for Jr SUM' three Yell the Club ll with 'alia as women anal al at non the Camp whichhave YW' ,5lE'E..lS?l Honorary Sponsors Who's Who Banquet About 85 per cent of the men selected for "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" at North Texas this year are members of Blue Key, a na- tional men's honor fraternity. Applicants must have a 2.0 overall grade point average, be a member of at least two campus organi- zations and an oflicer of one. In April the club sponsored its second an- nual Who's Who Banquet in the Crystal Room of Marquis Hall in conjunction with Scholarship Week. Dr. Isabelle Hunt, chair- man of the government department at Wichita Falls' Midwestern University, was the guest speaker at the banquet. v-.C 44 115- V aus. '22 Q, i rl' BOTTOM ROW: L, Lawrence, J. Doan, T. Shuford, B. McMath, G. Fargarson, D. Luttrell, ROW TWO J VanZa dt J C land, C. ReyI10ldS. D. Tarbox. J. Hadenw C, Hines, ROW THREE: T. Trlckey. G. Helton, W. Anderson, L Vse t K W ls S. Bryant. Phi Eta Sigma Club Honors Outstanding Man Any freshman man with a 2.5 grade point average is eligible for membership in Phi Eta Sigma, na- tional honor society. The groups selects the Outstand- ing Junior Man who is given an award at the spring Honors Day Assemblyp BOTOM ROW: D.G ts ,G.M d D.B '- , . ter, R. Ben, A. Phenis:?1lIfSce?bold. R3ci2vyTHRE1i3??dn?'Rc20Xg?1aii?SH'LrlI131Il6f1i' gp g e1bIc1'?lg?JE3l,cl10ldS'VV' Schmit- 88 1 Al al h and viter IIIUS' aver In heal gove Han ccME Dr. facu edum L. lors mg Man mall with a 2,5 ge ls eligible lor ll Eta Sigma, na. Ly. cts the Outslalld. who is given an ring Honors Day N------. . Alpha Lambda Delta is a nation- al honorary society for freshman and sophomore Women Who are in- vited to join each year. Candidates must have a 2.5 overall grade point average. In activities this year, the club heard Dr. William Garner of the government faculty review Dag Hammarskjold's best-selling book, "Markings" Another speaker Was Dr. R. C. Bradley of the education faculty, who spoke on objectives in education. Alpha Lambda Delta Women Award Annual Scholarship -J' ff""7"' las. 'ff , N, iw, , ww f .1 wa ni- .6 C17 f.-., 5, . ROVV TVVO: M. Cejka. L. Touch BOTTOM ROW: B- W ts ' R- B1 kb , N, Specht, R. Hoover. C. McGowan, M.. Bowen A I , stone. A. Cook, D. Handaleycjnl Riley?CK.uCEllumbles. C. Woods. ROW THREE: M.'Cr1ss1gnaIni iglerliiljfllf-Elf? Hamel' L. Matthews. B. Hoffman. ROW FOUR: S. Boyd, M. Hoevener, J. Sego, M. Elkins. . 8 V 1 - - - A - 38 North Texans Named Who's Who Thirty-eight new North Texans were added this year to the list of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Collegesl'--a nomination Vice-President J .J J. Spurlock, head of a joint student-fac- ulty committee that made the selections, called "one of the highest honors that a stu- dent can receive on this campus." Selections are based on academic and eX- tra-curricular leadership and participation, and service to the school and promise of usefulness to society. The Yucca also honors a group of local Who's Who nominated by faculty members for departmental achievement. Z Joan Atterbury Darlene Jean Alford a ,rn . -V William Ralph Anderson I ,' f ' f m, A g t .. :M : :naw DARLENE JEAN ALFORD is a senior English major from Denton. She is a member of Meritum fcor. sec.J, Sigma Tau Delta Cpresj, Alpha Chi, Mary Arden, SEA and Alpha Lambda Delta. She was chosen for the 1964 Meriturn Sophomore Honor Guard. WILLIAM RALPH ANDERSON is a senior music edu- cation major from San Angelo. He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Cpresj, Alpha Chi 1pres.j, Blue Key and Pi Kappa Lambda. He is also a member of the North Texas Concert Band and the North Texas Marching Band and- was chosen as the Outstanding Junior Male Music Major. JOAN ATTERBURY, a junior from Kingsville, has a double rnagor in English and government. She is a mem- ber of P1 Slgrna Alpha, Sigma Tau Delta, Junior Mary Arden ftreasj and Mary Arden. She was chosen for the Mentum Sophomore Honor Guard and was a TCOC. She is also a member of Alpha Lambda Delta and Alpha Chi. l l l 1 7 l I1 V. i 3. 1 l l -4 Sheila Ann Carr . -eg 'W' .j. ,son lil LE ' V 4 . r M.. 4 ' ,Q 5-' ' ' 'Q ,Al k ----5 J'-"'-"T in ,l ',::,4.e. 1 .J 'Io--' 1 Y .. Q , f , Q 5 .. 5 2 1 .fi T 5 ' ggi 5 5 47-.' til' 1 i -3- 2 5 Fa ' a ' S ., .sk g , wi- 3 l z i , S l Q 'T 11 '53 f P' f English milf 2 is fwfr segk 5. ary Afdenl S sen for the 1964 -Mem ,Lx . ' edll' eI110f muslcf Phi :Wil iierifli llelggid M3rChmgMuSiC ior Male , a insffllle' jim' She 1? 3 Mary 3, Jumorfor the . 01105011 She is 3 TC013 Chl and AIP Jerry D. Doan 3' x I Jim Duffy SHEILA ANN CARR, a senior history major from Dallas, is a member of Alpha Chi, Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Alpha Theta. She also belongs to Sigma Delta Pi, Young Democrats. New. man Club and the History Club Csec.J. JERRY D. DOAN is a junior mu- sic education major from El Paso. He is a member of Blue Key, the A Cappella Choir, the Madrigal Singers, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and Phi Eta Sigma. He is also a soloist with the NTSU Symphony and the Grand Chorus. JIM DUFFY is a senior journalism major from Dallas. He is a mem- ber of Sigma Delta Chi Cpresl. Press Club Ctreas.J, and the Stu- dent Publications Cornmittee. He was fall editor of the Campus Chat and was named Yucca Who's Who in journalism. 1. 4 ,. is 5 fx, Who's Who, continued Edward E. Ferguson ,J s 3 Graham 1. J 3 , f " 1 . r 1 . , .A J Q . , gg QI? V If J, Maria Guerra e e We I EDWARD E. FERGUSON, a senior mathe- matics major from Denton, is an member of Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Chi and Kappa Mu Epsilon Cpresj, He received the Kappa Mu Epsilon Freshman Mathematics Award and was selected as the Outstanding Junior Man. SAMANTHA GRAHAM is a junion speech and drama major from Knox City. She is a member of the Debate Club Chist.J, Pi Kap- pa Delta, Sigma Alpha Eta Cv.-p.J, Alpha Lambda Delta, Junior Mary Arden, SEA and Alpha Delta Pi fstandards chmnj. MARIA GUERRA is a senior from Falfur- rias with a double major in mathematics and French. She is a member of Alpha Chi fsecj , Alpha Lambda Delta, Junior Mary Arden, Mary Arden, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Delta Phi and SEA. JAMES HADEN, a junior biology major from Fort Worth, is a member of Beta Beta Beta, Blue Key, Phi Eta Sigma C,sec.J, and the Elections Board. James Haden ' Fergus it ai ,EAU ff ' faith Q55 'iii il ' 'tl . hippie' J i.f'3'1't' or ll at ha senior mathe. V-12 an memher el 1 and Kappa Mi ed the Kappa Mu matics Award and adrng Junior Mai, is H lll11l0H speech uox City. She isa tb thistl, Pi Kap- Eta tv.-D-l, Alpha tiary Arden, SEA idards chmni. senior from Faliur- n mathematics and rt Alpha Chi lsecl. nior Mary Arden. u Epsilon, Kappa nd SEA. iior hiology UIHJUT amber of Beta Beta Sigma tsec-li and 65 on Mrs. Frances Janet Harris Ls., ., MRS. FRANCES JANET HARRIS is il senior English major from Vhfhitesboro. She is a member of Nieritum Cpub. chmnh, Sigma Tau Delta trep.l, Mary: Arden ttreasj and Sigma Delta Pi. GEORGE HELTON, a senior psychology major from Dal- las, is a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Chi, Psi Chi ttreasl, Blue Key. Talons and the USNT Reform Conte mission. He is also a research assistant in the economi, and sociology department. CRAGG HINES is a junior journalism major from Dallas He is a member of Sigma Delta Chi tv.-p.i, Press Cluh iv.-p.J, Student Publications Committee, Fine Arts Com- mittee, Blue Key tv.-p.j and the USNT Reform Coni- mission. He is also the 1966 Yucca editor. PAT HUNT is a junior from Irving with a double- major in Spanish and English. She is a member of Kappa Delta, Green Jackets, Sigma Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta and Panhellenic Council. She is a junior senator and was xr TCOC her sophomore and junior years. x,lT ' " I A v, 14 .1 f' 5 J K . x A H George Helton CD Cragg Hines Pat Hunt Who's Who,l continued ' Homer Dale Luttrell 1 Kathleen Mahaffey 'MK f4VG,,. armma--, r p""s 1515 A 'Ziff 4 1 Henry Sue McDonald 5 Fran Maples l n I HOMER DALE LUTTRELL is a second- ary education graduate student from Semi- nole. He is a member of Talons fpresj, Blue Key, Phi Delta Kappa and SEA. KATHLEEN MAHAFFEY is a graduate student from Ferris with a major in psy- chology. She is a member of Alpha Phi fsoc. chmn.J, Psi Chi fpresj, Junior Mary Arden and Mary Arden. She was named Yucca Who's Who in psychology. FRAN MAPLES, a senior French major from Dallas, is a member of Alpha Delta Pi fschol. chmn.J, Meritum, Alpha Chi. Mary Arden fpres.J, Alpha Lambda Delta Cpresj, Kappa Delta Pi, Junior Mary Ar- den and Pi Delta Phi Cv.-p.J. She was chosen as the Outstanding French Student her junior year. HENRY SUE McDONALD is a senior English major from Brownwood. She is a member of Meritum frec. sec.J, Sigma Tau Delta fcor. sec.J, Alpha Chi, Pi Delta Phi Csec.-treasj and Mary Arden. Rv' Q 'Nl . 1 a r l-Uttren E w- ,,,. rf-gf-.1 Q F 5 "QQ Z .Q l ...W 4 . l -M. Fran Maples wident fI0mSm1' L lnfal if M225 SEA mais a gradual? 1 3 major ber Of Aip alarf eel 'lumori rl i she WHS tw .syCh010gy' major of Ffenlll Dell er 'lf All ha Chl filwrwhlill ililwgoliiiiyfj , 4 ,N QALD is ihieia WnW00d' 'gina 'f .er.l',SlE1laPl rfjell' F.-.f.Q.,.., .....- ll.. . ., .P. , T . . QI' W. 1 i Robert C. McMath Jr. Margaret Ann Meeker l A l L 4 4, 1 1 fr 1 K. ROBERT C M MAT . c H JR. is a junior history major from Denton. He is a member of Talons, Blue Key and BSU Cpresj. He was chosen as the Outstanding Sophomore Man. MARGARET ANN MEEKER is a senior history major from Port Arthur. She is a member of Chi Omega Cv.-p.J. Green Jackets, Mu Phi Epsilon, Alpha Chi, Phi Alpha Theta. Kappa Delta Pi, SEA, Alpha Lambda Delta and Junior Mary Arden. She was a TCOC her junior year. MELINDA MORGAN is a senior elementary education ma- jor from Dallas. She is a member of Alpha Delta Pi fpresj, Meritum Chistj, SEA, SAEA, Kappa Delta Pi. Alpha Chi. Modern Dance Club, ACE and Mary Arden. PATSY PIERCE. a senior food and nutrition major from Dallas, is a member of Green Jackets, Meritum Ctreas.J. Phi Upsilon Omicron fv.-p.J, Kappa Delta and Alpha Chi. ov' A. ,..., Melinda Morgan Patsy Pierce Whos Who, continued Johnny F. ' Powers JOHNNY F. POWERS is a senior journalism major from Valley Mills. He is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Ccor. sec.J, IFC, Sigma Delta Chi Chistj, Blue Key and the Campus Chat staff. JULIE RAMEY, a senior secondary education major from Denton, is a member of Chi Omega Cpres.J, SEA fpres.J, Green Jackets. Angel Flight Ccmdr.J, Pi Omega Pi Csec.J and Mary Arden. She is the Arnold Air Society Area Little Colonel and was a TCOC. JAMES RIVERS is a senior music major from Cyril, Okla. He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, MENC, Pi Kappa Lambda, and Alpha Chi. He was also chosen as Outstanding Freshman and Junior Music Major. JOHN RICHARD ROLATER, a senior accounting major from Fort Worth, is a member of Talons, Accounting Club Cpres.J. Marketing Club. Management Club and Beta Alpha Psi. James Rivers '---f-----A -- - - - 9 ---- vas- Julie Rameyi 4 ' my ' Mi, I ,fe 1 gi K 3 X: O ji o 9 o 4 ffl fn f-ff. -f ... JY' L. r John Richard Rolater 1 V i i r I . ROW' JO Lurline Ss ,f ,iff F 5 Q if ROBERT J H1HJ0r from UISAH-MX' LURLINE double maj, A Mu Phi 'EH fseghlilari X N 11 'ian BHARON d rgiom Dalia: Hu D 1 Alpha iii' Maple SYIQ-, Sd drama Ilator and Robert Joe Sanders ff' Lurline Speer 'E an' Yf."'7' 55 tx fl 2 ROBERT JOE SANDERS is a senior physical education major from Van. He was elected to the All-MVC team and lille All-MVC Academic Team, 1964-65. dURLINE. SPEER is a senior from Beaumont with a Ouble major in music and English. She is a member of Merrtum Alpha Lambda Delta Pi Kappa Lambda and 113111 Phl Epsllon fsecl She was selected as Outstanding reshman Woman MUSIC Student by Mu Phi Epsllon and gi-IOutstand1ng Freshman Woman MUSIC Major f ARON MICHELE SPEIR a semor Engllsh maJor rlforn Dallas IS a member of Alpha Chr ftreasb Swma A?-1 Delta freporterj Kappa Delta P1 Mary Arden Mpha Lambda Delta and SEA She was president of E aple Street Dormitory 11964 651 DNA CATHERINE STRICKLIN IS a Jun1or speech and drama major from Garland A freshman and Junior Senator and a TCOC she 1S a member of Green Jackets Sharon Michele Speir KN, Edna Catherine l 4 1 2 A i l ' s -+-,-q Stricklin fb If I 1 Neff Whos Who, continued Mary Tatum i MARY TATUM is a senior journalism major from Fort Worth. She is a member of Mary Arden, Pzress Club Csec.l, Theta Sigma Phi fpres.j and Student Publications Committee. She is also a member of Angel Flight and news editor of the Campus Chat. JERRY EDWARD TOBIAS is a junior music education major from Lyons, Kan. He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and Talons. LARRY WALTER TOBIAS is a junior speech and drama major from Lyons, Kan, He is a member of Talons, Radio-TV Club fv.-p.J, elections board and Phi Mu Alpha. TIMOTHY MILLER TRICKEY is a graduate government major from Denton. He is a member of Blue Key Cpresj and holds a grad- uate teaching fellowship in government. 'Zee Liv li. 9.5 'S- Timothy Miller Trickey . es Jerry Edward Tobias jam I I i -15? , F -gl P 1 X '5' +4 1 ,ka 1 - M' . f , x ,K ,kk-, - , J 1 X 'Lift ' .1 w1!vc,M...'fi"',' 1 'U l 'Mr vf jf, 2, A i ,L.3,f ' 'Ng 5 ii Loretta Le i , 1 li i I . I i wsu, E if l Eff s KP iff' raft if ia? 1 sk st I Larry Walter Tobias 5 y 4 i ' 'ard Tobias .M x .-' 5 . 'X , Y I" " wi s 'A . A 'ac ' Aki' - ivfxvx .1 Y: it 1 if 4 M" 4 ' ' f , 'ixvrkq t x t 'I' l,,5gl.f-aj A em ,.,,t.- N, '.1, K ' -Mb" i Lx Y . .,. , . "it v' X4 , .- 5 nj, writ.. .' N' xi, az - ' v v, ' fill: 925 iii 1 Qffpzxrl. .xv-by gjgb, if L- K4 LAT. at' 4 ,iv ,f H? , 'Wi 3 U," ' Quits." J ' 'i'fi"'xQ-0 fwftwi Walter Tobias F ,V James C. VanZandt Louis Visentine Ill Ill C775 Loretta Sue Weber Robert Keith Wilson he-' fi ew-' O10 O Ill. 'PQI C ?llll Oil l.ll.l ll to o 'U o uln'n a O 0 so is 0 Q O U C . fn 'Q .ffl fn fan A' QI!! .Q l.0 If If S . if JAMES C. VANZANDT, a senior music education major from Bonham, is a member of Marching Band, Concert Band, MENC. Blue Key, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and Pi Kappa Lambda. He was chosen as Pi Kappa Lambda's Outstanding Male Music Major in 1962-63. LOUIS VISENTINE is a junior biology major from Fort XVorth. He is a member of Blue Key, Beta Beta Beta, Phi Eta Sig- ma fv.-p,J and Alpha Chi. LORETTA SUE XVEBER is a senior ac- counting major from Pilot Point. She is a member of Accounting Club, Beta Alpha Psi fsec., pres.J Phi Chi Theta fpres.i and Beta Gamma Sigma tpres.J. ROBERT KEITH XVILSON is a junior chemistry major from Merkel. He is a mem- ber of Phi Eta Sigma tpres.J, Blue Key, Alpha Chi and Alpha Chi Sigma. Eight Beauties Selected In Annual Contest For the past three years the Yucca' Beauty contest has changed and this year was no exception, The number of win- ners remained at eight, but the girls were now judged three times on two separate nights. This year' 63 girls were nominated by campus social, professional and depart- mental organizations. As in the past three years the contest was not open to the student body. . ' On the first night of judging, Oct. 25 at the North Texas Clubhouse, the girls were judged in suits on general 'appear- ance and photogenic qualities. The judges, four North Texas exes, were Pat Bryant, Gerry Bennett, Don McDowell and Janet Rabun. The second night of judging, also at the Clubhouse, wasmore tense for the 22 Hnalists. Following refreshments of pie and coiiee or tea, the two rounds of judg- ing began. The girls were judged first in slack outfits and then in cocktail dresses. But this year the girls did not talk with the judges. It was looks, not charm, that counted. ' . The judges for the final competition were photographers Bob Cole, Marvin Loveless and Leona Rossell, and artist Jean Thornton. The eight Yucca Beauties, three sopho- mores, two juniors and three seniors, were presented to, the student body Nov. 23 at the Fall Lab Band concert directed by Leon Breeden. sg- 'FL lm ,IJ fi 1'-. X ,tal 'Na w 51, ffl 'M . FQIHLQ Q Y 593- 3395 , 9 1" 'ii E Url: Z'- 1551. 'l lie 2 p.. -All 'X '- vw -J. dl L: W .. ,,,. A. ...C "lil- so says: .V ll? v .fl .lil .fm wi arm. 105. fm, ,wed Marlene Hoevener Sandra Henning Vicki Schott LaGayle Henson Barbara Chichilla Karen Williamson Camilla Peterson Sandra Zimmerman Color Photos by Mike Meyers Yucca Beauties, continued .A i MI' Of-I 1 gi. - A 4 n ' i f . 4 f N 5-'L Barbara Chichilla Arnold Air Society XN 4 X Chilla S0Ciety K X Sandra Henning KendaH HaH Yucca Beauties, continued LaGayle Henson Delta Gamma I0-1 on , I ' or ,QQ A F ua, 'f "M" '-.W m 1, 'imp -'kv 'Y' ff? Marlene Hoevener Alpha Lambda Delta Yucca Beauties, continued Camilla Peterson Zeta Tau Alpha I I vin! I 'qfrasp U l K een. , '1' ' f I 1 ... 4 ' s wi.,',. 1 ,.. 1, 'f ' " f 5, ..e',:,f 'Qtr ,X .kt 1. f-L, M, .,,.v LA.. V. H, ,,.,,., n5,..,f +L' .if -. -f "-fl .l-.-.1 , .r- .. -aff. V ',.'. A-I ,f I -, . .,,3.xY 'ff . f"'.D" it 5 H In 6,1 . . ' if '- .4 'I -'J '.. . I " Q29 , 7- . 15 I 'Pi .,-- uf Jmsf- -'f fr. 1 a Wi, 1 -f-1 . ,wi A 1. - 1-q-fp 1 A Q 1 ,-S' . .I ' I , , Hs. . psi? 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Q 4 , ' N01 L , f ,pf fy. .ff U. xg . , Q 3 Vicki Schott Phi Kappa Sigma Yucca Beauties, continued ff . . E Karen Williamson st. Sigma Nu 41.-.-,-"47 K .,, 1 "v, -f' a ., .sz- 4., f -' "' - --UT: 1 ffl. f .W ., ,-. . -v aj ,A -f A cf' 1 X, X I-.X , I i 1 f 4 .N- V5 ,, c I. 1 ,Q + Za' URGANIZATIUN5 2, H . .I V. V lf - Edited bg Mgra Hall X " ,QQLL -4 f-'T' USNT l A Part of NT In Action In 1965-66, the United Students of North Texas CUSNTJ, a unicameral stu- dent government systern of which every student is technically a member, turned to football and basketball road trips and to rewriting song lyrics. In one of the biggest controversies to emerge from the senate chamber, legis- lators voted to strike out words from the alma mater implying NTSU "is forever in the right" and to substitute for them "is striving for the right." The body also was responsible for visits here by both U.S, senators from Texas. Democrat Ralph Yarborough and Republican John Tower discussed the 89th Congress' record. l 3 .!l.... 5 'Q ' 9 :Tv K 'I Gus Fargarson, president ,f ,.., M? Y, f , ,,- f v"'i I . 4 1 .f 1, 'I '1 J. .f. f 1 1 A W T 15555555 5555555 , , " ,.Ai " "y.iisf.af'f If tv- l 1 ' "-.. P ' ,--.4,. T if. T' I 'W . ,Q tr Es'-ffsls rm ---1 f M T T ' . 4 tx 2I:::: :: lfi ta I Y ' I E " - ',iYf!jy?g5fi,,,4.,+ Jebby Princlle, vice-president N . a -,, NNN i 1 'X M4 ' Linda White, secretary K 5 I l l P lr Il2 It 5 if ia 5 H gr 5 li s 5 f 2 9 l 5 Robert i r x x is I., i J I . USNT V new busin resident I I Robert Massey, Budget Officer USNT Vice-President Jebby Prindle clears the floor for dent government authority. The senate meets weekly on new business with a rap of her gavel, long a symbol of stu- Tuesday in the B. A. Executive Conference Room. USNT, continued FRESHMAN,SOPHOMORE SENATORS-SEATED' W Sockwell S Al . . , . ex- ander, B. Hunter, A. Phenix. STANDING: C. D' D lxon, . Sobey, T. Herod. z Ti? 9 .I 4. 'z 1 ..-.. ILUIS' " l"l'V': 1 if J 1 i . .1 15, in-31' 1 lllll 1 V , 1. ,.. .fx If W . 3 , Q N ' I fifi--f 5 ' -Q..-affeff, 06- . . 4 'XX Q' if , ' AA . J ff T .fa 1 R lg N' nl" .43 y V . 1 ' . , 4 gg A L, M' A . . X. LTTUNTOR, SENIOR, GRADUATE SENATORS - BOTTO M ROW: M. Hall, P. R ,M. St'1 ,M. Wklfle P- Hum- ROW TW0r K- Grant, J. Shields, S. Norris, Kay Ludden. RC!-STV THREE: D. Saxchek. L. Lott, C. Loveless, K. Galitz, R. Rolater, K. Wallace, ra .1 ,Q rp. :U L'-U ...wp 5 ,.-...gl .7-5 vm -- A A , 4' . O t Ng 2.:.',Qx51as.tSQgi?f't.5fff'+Y'"rig-14 g,-'.1..".f'-ig-, X ' 1 V..f"'Tf,'5F9fx " . . '- ,'3 ,415 1 ' ' I . Q 5 .5,.t-3.441-fF'.,4.1 'mms . N A CU EEN 'T 1 - , - f'E15Mxfw1 """- ' f , - ,Q li p 1 ' . ,,.-.'-",y.y:'ffg,, . - -' , , . 2 : Q53xlqgjggx-5,QF4.i 3 X i C , A Y 1. H .. Q eq,- QQ.. . . V 1 L, ls . 1 . in f r .v W 2 X V V 5 IJ If I s Cfagg Hin! li Fine Arts H Commissioi T l g . 1 2 f N 5. Alex- . 'Ji 74' 'IEDM Cragg Hines, Fine Arts Committee, Reform Commission, Suzi McCue, Fine Arts Com 'tt - G ' ' ' Commission. m1 ee, eorge Helton, Presidential Adviser, Reform I ELECTIONS BOARD-BOTTOM ROW: M. Burns, J. Harding M. Moran, chairman ROW TWO: J. Tobias, N. Carr. ROW THREE: J. Haden, P. Bennett, L. Tobias. BOTTOM ROW: D. Shivers, president, R. Pilkey, spon- sor, I. Graves, corresponding secretary. ROW TWO: J. Brown, pledge captain, C. Rose, reporter, S. Curtis, par- ' 1 g"""' liamentarian. ROW THREE: J. Johnson, treasurer, P. Malone, honor representative, L. Mathews, secretary pro tem. ROW FOUR: J. Mallard, chaplain, M. Kolesar, songleaderg N. Carr, vice-presidentg J. Holder, historian. Green Jackets Service Club Build Exes File In an attempt to set up a com- plete exes file, the Green Jackets requested information about any ex-members, whether recent grad- uates or not. The service group also registered all North Texas exes during Home- K' coming and served at the exes Bar- becue. In November the club held a - birthday party for Miss Beulah Harriss, the first Green Jacket l 11 -lf l ,. f. sponsor and the founder. 3 In December the group Went f Christmas caroling at Convalescent if homes in the Denton area. an :g f l . K . . "' 5 9'-4 va fr, h 4 A avg s ' . f- if . - 7- 'Y -' 'W S ft it . . fi? V . if , i A ix, -' A ey G9 v Vac, .QW nv 'U A . , - 1 fr.. ' 1 '- it f J ,..- -, .. . f 5 2 - - 'T X 2, 2 r af' -ff, 1 Y' ' . - W " fr ,Q J ., - ... ' I-f X Y Q. idx. f ' ' ' ff I V LT, . wi ' 1 ff. if i- . f fl W 1 7 l 1. " A 5, 1 N I 1 i ' f. f 1 7 ff' 4 ' C Q 5 il s If uf-l . g A K 1 4 3 '9 if, , , .D . g E V ,, ' ,A .1 1.1 J via, " af i. l .t ',. S 'Ut .K fn- U- I3li'I"l'UNl HOXY: S. Lilllgllllll. IS. Neel '. A. El i, C t'.', R. P'1k , S. R 1 tt 'L J - Umlvlwrrv I Cr P Hunt C wily S Kim S Ur IS 1 CY Owe , . ones, P. Bralley J Harden ROW TWO M rriirrfm- 'ii rilrillpli rsr5w'si"D1iSOn'A IJ .Sw Coilitns. S'T'ibb1e' Ag Gray' S- Wiley, D Shiversf P' Malone, S James ROW pu.: ., uancy.fi11,csi'k1'.B..Jb,J.v'k,N.C C. ,' ' ' lllil R: A lu-rr, J, Klllllllffl. I.. .-Xlvxnnrlcr. KI. Ijfgllfcfilllfl, S.rhWhldhf. B. lQiCESh21n. Hoyl, Iailirlldeekfglilffly, LoT?l?9I:1eRffl.Ifi0Itgsa3??J?vYIiSh1re1'S?JY1Y inf ,I is l. V. are ll i is K . E 0 I i' 55", .Alf 9 l l l i. iq' ' '. 4 i P? F ff F 7 4 m J 'Z I 3:5 , ,... V . I 3 g,,.,,.. .. iW'Tf2Aef1,f 1, ' .., 'avg wi L i ' ' ' tnlgef . ' Q!" ,i LIL' 3 725657 !-Zz, .,6f" .ff ,,,y,., 4, Green JE Speaking :Older R' v R lrkebpipg OW H' 1 Q TW05 Ji M Cufiie lt , WW' 'Q s reahureri . s ' fecretarypm mr M. K0iQSaI qilllian ! 3 if-1 if '4 ' I VO: I, 'wx' - U22 H05 :IE ffm' dirt' M f' f "" 'L1'y ! f . .. 1 W 1:54 N4 8 fab X, . X 43 ff Z 5 f' ? V g W 7 ffysy f Ee it A r x V F .qi i ffl? , JM 'kv , ,M ff ef' 5 411 f L W W' f V' ' X, V, 5 W in ,, a Green Jacket warts Cpledgesj are required to abstain from dude Carrying 3 b0X Of Calidy and OU Seeing 3 member Speaking to boys'for a week. Other traditional rituals in- greet her, "Good morning, Miss So-and-So. ' W, i . .- - o, - Q-,vm -'uv , -3. ., "" iillmfl miss 1,1,.. ,, - i lol E A 911, .L 1-4 i i 59 Q Swish ff ' - s wf i SCIIO' Y A Shifllf QQ 4 comil r is Wh '-'- .Q gi . J qui. Shlpc d pledg Vi An' s ly west 1 i Awar ' ' i their 1 r TW Talons care for the victory Bell between seasons and I , t 4 display it during the Homecoming Parade. In 0, U ternit Ii 1 Ong I1"agm project is to make the torches one which circled by dorms then ended I BOTT an ea torchlight parades such as this by the Administration Building. f ROW? Russell. 1 -sm m,g,g -- 141 I . f , . . .lv gtg :K V 292 'Z X . i LW ' S f -if . .sk i . . . . 7 , -- sy lf. . . . R M .X ' 'X j X , R. f 1 and I 0 fel T 3,34 I , 237 ir Q nded Talons Service Group Shows Action Working throughout the year on school service projects, Talons shifted into high gear for Home- coming and showed exes that this is where the action is. Assuming their annual sponsor- ship of the bonfire, Talons and their pledges, Claws, thwarted all efforts at an early lighting. Another Homecoming activity was the presentation of the Spirit Award to Sigma Phi Epsilon for their weekend efforts. Twelve fall initiates were brou ht 8' into the group, once a local fra- ternity. l.,., l I OFFICERS: B. McMath, chaplain, J. Pickett, secretary, D Luttrell president, E. Adams, treasurer. OTTOM ROW 3 , F , M, P t . ROW TWO: T. Lohman, D. Tarbox, B. Lewis, Bell, K. Mansfie QOWIIFHREE: L.IT?lligZl,JI?'TLdl:i1ag,a?X1i Iqilaniidigglslgfillhiting, Kl5.eI1luttrel1. ROW FOUR: J. Burks, M. Harvey, J. Pickett, E. Supma usse , I V V , p 3 as if V t X If 5. at : S' Q QQ t 1 r 2 A t i 3 . X s K r XXX -. ,s .- 1 yr il , , . 'l West Dorm Association oflicers admire the new color television set in the dorm lobby. 5 The set was purchased in the fall with part of the WDA dues. I20 WDA Dorm Group Wins Co-Title West Dorm Association members took an active part in campus ath- letics with their football team hold- ing the intramural co-championship and their basketball team Winning first place in its division. The group also had softball, tennis and ping pong teams. WDA sponsored a dance each month with a Homecoming dance at the North Texas Clubhouse and a Valentine Dance at the Ramada Inn. The group purchased a color tele- vision set for the dorm and dec- orated the dorm with colored lights at Christmas. Sharon Elliott WDA Sweetheart 1 i I OFFIC il B. Levj BOTTO M- Kahg V.-1 'W 1 lobby. OFFICERS: R. Gilman, president, J. Bishop, treasurer, B. Levy, secretary, J. Kelly, vice-president. H R Wald M S rnons BOTTOM ROW R Gllman P Robmette B Adams C Sm1th B Emily J Kelly ROW TWO R agman 911 1 I0 M Kalmanson L Moore ROW THREE G Bennett G Ovard J IS op 191' After two tries, Women's Forum finally managed to hold its an- nual Big-Little Sister Adoption Ceremony. The ceremony, designed to help freshmen Women feel more a part of campus life, had to be delayed because of the air condi- tioning of Main Auditorium Where it was held. The group, open to all Women students at North Texas, held its annual Big-Little Sister Halloween Party at the Women's Gym. The organization also sponsored a Valentine's Dance at the Lab School Gym. The Chessmen pro- vided music for the February dance. Women's Forum Frosh Adopted By Big Sisters JN' i -1 BOTTOM ROW: E. Burge, M. carter, N, Ford, s. Bak , P. W lla , c. s fi ld, E. Th - ' J, Vrooman, c. O'Neill, G. woods, M. Bond, J. smith, L.ei-airkhoffl iffdw TI?Ifl2I?JE: s. Nglfll-lf0ItZ:.Os1ilffgOrI1tr Rcgrl T1gVOMcIs'hEllHas' Sc-humport. R. Harwell. M. Marshal. l ' ' ' ' ' ' .5 .15 W0rne1 of the ' --..,N Forum its ann. l0ption Ssighed 21 more to be Condi. Where Women .eld its loween 1. nsored e Lab n pro- dance. Biifar, lan! S' -pw--www-t"v '- 4- ,wgnurnvr V W r3W , qr, 'if vm 6 Mr? mg 'Ha ga wifi st' I t 4,1 5 594844 11 ,Z 9 1 2' Women's Forum 2 ' y n of the dances or parties sponsored by her group. They Adoption, and the Valentine Formal. President Nellie Carr sells tickets to one include the Haloween Party Big Little Sister Part a d Ja Student Pub Co Group Initiates New Venture The Student Publications Com- mittee was faced with 'more work than the routine election of student' editors. This year they changed the name and revamped the semesterly student magazine. i The new name: Venture. The new format: A concentra- tion on non-fiction articles, such as adapted term papers. As part of the all-discipla orienta- tion of the new publication, Dr. William R. Garner of the govern- ment department was named ad- viser, replacing Dr. A. M. Sampley, English professor. campus: Venture. lm is T HI 5 A SEATED: J. Powersg M. Tatum, M. Buchhol 5 D . E. B ll d h ' - ' . 4 Vllestmoreland, J, Duffy, C. Hines, C. Shuford, Kiker. a ar , C alrman' M' Gibson' STANDING' Dr' R' Ladd l Editor 1 l 2 Anna Assoc ' u I . Ke Ar' SS I US Com. JTC WOI-k fStudent Uged the Tnesterly e. ocentra- such as orienta- on, Dr. govern- 1ed ad- unpley, l , tg-2 ff., V, V7 lei 12262 Q 1 f 3 V , ,,., ,. ' JW' Q , , . , f , 1 ,fee f,- iikfl l f Dr. R' l Ladd Kelley Editor I Anna Porter Associate Editor Venture Avesta Dead, Successor Named When the Publications Com- mittee killed the Avesta, the 40- year old NTSU literary magazine, the student-faculty board substi- tuted a publication which was hoped would embrace the Whole campus: Venture. The new magazine, said sponsor Dr. Williain R. Garner, 'cshould be . . . an outlet for creative Writing from all departments in the univers- ity." Editor Ladd Kelley continued the tradition of offering cash prizes for the best fiction, non-fiction and poetry submitted for publication, but added categories for photo- graphy and graphic arts. Ken Harris Dr. William R. Garner Art Editor Sponsor Campus Chat ' Paper Adopts 6-Column Form Following the lead of such metro- politan papers as the Louisville Courier-Journal and the National Observer, the Campus Chat, stu- dent semi-Weekly newspaper, sported a fresh six-coltunn format beginning with the summer papers. Another innovation: a female edi- tor in the spring, the first long term lady chief in years. Jim Duffy Fall Editor Fall News Editoi FSI? 153355133553 Femalldf Sp 3 ll rin l Jim S1 Spling I V 5 , 5 - ffm .1 . F f Ja ? Ci S Drm Ich metro. Louisville N, National Jhat, Sllll. Wspaper, LU format 91' Papers. Smale edj. lOl'lg term EF if W F Nu- E o Duffy ditor w 1 'rl .mul 1. "'l owefs Editor ,, ,L,,,,,, , , fg Q , 'lf , 4',,,,fkZ, :rf -vf 2 4 'T A D Jim Marrs Fernando Pinon Spring Editorials Editor Spring News Editor - k Jiffl Smead U Jimmie Craig Spring News Edltfif Fall Amusements-Activities Editor l . aii,p lll p E F Q 2 'W , 'qi fp-. I F i or ' X 2 Jack Rux Anne Voss C' . . Irculation Managerg Fall Sports Editor Spring Amusements-Activities Editor v 1 . X-g ,fi W S l if ,Qxk ,r Q: , v ! wk Nx1.' ,. . 5. .4 ,, 11,5 . A fs. XX-f-, 1 N A Xxxw ,lxxa -xii! .., ' -T-STE W. B. Harvick Chat Photographer Spring Sports Assistant s rs ni,-J - GNN .MN -wx X.. l J w . I 4 Tom Koch S . 1' r'rQ J. A. Ramirez Fall Sports Assistant Allen Crenshaw Spring News Assistant Phil Bogan, Advertising Manager i Bill Ferriel, Salesman :ze l V i L l .V i f Cragg Hi' Me1T1ttle i Editor Spring Sports Editor r ' , . T112 5. g 4 'Q rf,LL -- -1. . fl i 2.1, .A ., .3.fL,F'-l1- f if ,NT4 ,gqg , V' '- 'W , . -,,.:',: 1 - 'fi-ii, .5 7J'Y.,g f?3',?: 2 Q--T1-iff ggi l Smith K Adviser l " hi fi? J, lf, E lx si l. i QI 2 'fi i' 5 V : l if I l Barb f ara l ASSiStar N Mel Tittle UPOITS Editor Y . g Manager Salesman -enShaW 1966 Yucca Some 0Id, New Borrowed, Blue N704 Cragg Hines Editor Some of the old, Some of the new Some layouts are borrowed, The cover is blue. And between these blue covers are 496 C16 fewer than the past few yearsj, some new ideas and one or two surprises. Surprise one is the flat Cie., glareproofj paper chosen by enam- el-coat blinded editors and advisers. Next, Yucca beauties in color, with photos by veteran Yucca-ite Mike Meyers. Smith Kiker, Jr. Another new item: M. D. Evans Adviser ' Co. of Fort Worth as publisher. H af WW... ' at f ', fe 5:13532 - af X X Barbara Beyring Mike Meyers Assistant Editor Darkroom Technician 1 1 ' ilk Myra Hall Organizations-Departments Editor - Karen Nelson University Life Editor Mike Buchholz A Copy Editor 495 Gene J3CkS0U Mary Sue Ferguson Sports Edltof Classes-Greeks Editor rnjw but Q I A Janet M Editorial J Aff: E Assisi Jane 'f "rw .u, "'. .Pl ' ' 1 'wflf fs .. trys, V 1 3 , ,'x".' 751-a'f 1375: ?,:w'?iTif?lfEl it 1, f ' 14, ' ' , A - 755"5fff-1 ' iw- 'If 1. 3 """1 . ,xv . V-.AVI tmeglgrgdlgtzli Photographers: Roy Bray, David Dees, Bill White, Blake Holloway. Janet Meyers Ton B d y ear en Editorial Assistant 2 1 ' I Photographer ze Buchholz ' jopy Editclr ,.,f P' ' nf'0' I on Assistants: Sue Snyder, Rita Paresky, Julian BiSh0P Ferglts Jane Stu t S I ar , haron Hall Photographer ,ks EW ' GREEKS .Ii I Q., The center of sorority life is found in Chilton Hall. This yard is a statue which is the object of many conversations is the dorm housing the six sororities at NT. In the court- and pranks. This fall he was painted gold. .L V, i A 'X . V f. P 9 r M is' if J -... N N r IR' r E I Y Q i In 1 r F0Tmai activiti QEEK yersfiflons KN lx l l ' A I 4 , 1 5 i j Q Z F01QH3a.1 Pledge presentation highlighted the end of rush activities for the sororities during the fall semester. Intramural sports is an important part of fraternity life at NT. Basketball is only one of many activities. Greeks, continued Fraternity men take time out from the busy pace of a college student to enjoy a few rounds 'of pool. ,ills A :Yi f ffawd, 2 x -ww .af 4 .14 4 " -' 1.,:,4 s 'el Susan Rowlett was named this year's Greek Bowl Queen. Proceeds of the game went to charity. an :YI ,if 4 s 'I rf' , may zo H, i o ii 54 to ea L" 1 W i 2 1 1 Y , l l fl' is A Y Nightlil Sororiti if -.,. ,,.i. , I ,,v ..,,, f g ' -4 9 if ,,:,,44?'ff If '11 f ., , 'i . '-f , .0 .,f ' ' rj i, .gi ,f Bowl Queen' W' , - , ff fwimhy, ,. f f".,,, ' 'iq' ,V f ,, M JW 1 My I, I 1 4 j 4 mi my , lg gf if 5 ' W 1, fifz 5 Y it yr I wfff f k ,L H M 4,7 N,NQ-.N 1 Nr., , ,, , . 5 3 f "Ge ,, - , , W! X " , 1,7 ,i Q ' ,ml "MV . in ' If Z ff I M: ,H ,, fi fi . ,QV ,Z I l 2,2 1 ,i, ,,.- 'l if 9 i if f , u me H A r pf' pf, , ' '99 g,',f V Q 2' I 3 f ' 13" r ii, , X44 ,MI I ,, Q i 552 V f wif f ' l l 'Exif , f .fa - ,f 'Jw if 2 ,Q f Q 1 14 N 4 I 7, VM, , X ' K - 4 I Y X ' K H fa fi f 2 f , Ml' Lffaff , J , 'X 4 Q l Q, , 9 N l be an il 'ca A if , l r P' . 1 , , X K In I ,,kL,, 4 ' f , 14. ,, , my av 1' 2? Nightlife around Chilton Hall includes many pinnings. Sororities and fraternities serenade the happy couple. I I NT y freshman coeds at a fall coke party. sorority girls turned to folk singing as the entertained ? E Jil alll i V' i 71 y nfl Na i . f. n,.i g Q aala e .. ii , Q f 4 V' ,HA :la iff:f1fr:?r'!Z:'h'f.-i1.:l".r5 H. v3""I nu .-.. yr' f-f:.::r- H gfz.-sudz' , J ' j-U1 '?5:::f'j5fff 4 fi Q M i as i'lf1"f"-3555554 at ' on !vrl far X r 451 i ' ii:-f.sfs2'fil'5l'f5lf'-5if"? ,, 1, i el of' I , is fp ,j gl Q ICJ 1 I ,IQ 3 J ,f f R: "Ask a Greek!" tags were worn by sorority and fraternity members during orientation as they helped new students. Smokers provide an opportunity for fraternities to become acquainted with prospective rushees. u i Panhellenic Greek Council On The Go Freshman orientation, Coke par- ties and formal presentations kept Panhellenic representatives going as they acquainted non-Greek fe- males With sorority life. The senior groups pledge coun- terpart, Junior Panhellenic, spon- sored a surprise Serenade in the Chilton courtyard. In the spring Miss Suzanne Heath worked with the groups as coordinator of sorority activity, re- placing Assistant Dean of Women Martha Beard, who married in De- cember. BOTTOM ROW: S. Samples CDGD, K. Martin KADPU. ROW TWO: C. Hazelbaker fChiOJ, K. Temple CKDJ, M. Holland CKDJ. ROW THREE: J. Latson KDGJ, J. Warner CZTAJ. i " M' 'vv-.:' rf: ,L 'N-'V - x' ' N I' if ., I X 4 x ff , : I -v ", A X , . , ' fi. f Z IG' ' 'sf 5 X-Q. N ' me J, ' f 1 1 X bv, 'I til , . ' w ...f , 5 ' it , wf .293 fs BOTTOM ROW: D. Tomlin CKDJ, C. Tiffany CZTAJ, L. Quenzer fChiOJ. ROW TWO: C. Mayes fADPiJ, L. W'hite fADPiJ, P, Hunt CKDJ. ROW THREE: S. Peterson fChiOD, P. Ray fAPhiJ, N. McMinn KZTAJ, Jebby Prindle fAPhiD. BOTTOM ROW: S. Murray fAPhiJ, C. Williams CChiOJ, D. Sieg- fried fChiOJ. ROW TWO: S. Baker CKDD, J. Kantke CADPU, L Navaratil QADPU. ROW THREE: S. Falter QKDD, J. McGee KDGJ, N. Cooper CDGJ. 5' Jn Std peficjd adopt whicr' spring The rush 7 and C, men RLL stilde age 93 the P 1F11 Open 2 Ml ' x XJ 'f nzer lChi0J. KDJ, ROW ZT.-XJ, Jebhy fhiOJ, D.'SieE' lie KAADPUS McGee fDGl, Striving for a more eliiective rush period, the Interfraternity Council adopted a new set of rush rules which became effective in the spring. e The major change lengthened the rush time from a Week to 10 days and changed semester hour require- ments for rushees. Rules also now include graduate students, who must have a 1.5 aver- age and must have taken nine hours the previous semester. IFC also granted Lambda Chi an open rush for reorganization. Fw E IFC Adopts New Rules 3... BOTTOM ROW: W. Schaefer CDelta Sigb, I. Queal fKapDa Sigb, J. Powers CLXAD. ROW TWO: D. Hainley fPhi Kapj, R. Iliff fSigma Nuj, Trey Lohman KKAD . ROW THREE: M. Strozeski CDelta Sigl, C. Hobbs fPhi Kapj, L. Patrick fKappa Sigh, T. Rich- ardson CKAJ. Allen, E. Allen, J. Alexander Blassingarne Bowen Burk Crissman, H. Crissman, M. Duncan Edrington Flanery Gage Gannaway Garvin Gilboe Graham Hagerman Henley Johnson Kerr Kuykendall Lockhart Ludden McCarroll McShan Maples Martin Morgan Munroe Nelms Pierson Riley Schurnpert Spain Starnes Tarbox Voss Walker Wallis Ward Wheeler White . A 5 f 1 ' Aan rj M Y wf as xl 'W-f IL, ew. ,Qs 1 N.-X '-+0 USG!! . Q3 I V an fi , fl . 1 if Q. f f 4 me AE: Y:-.v ' ,"'N 1321! h' 5, f 1' f X Y r' f ' 'fbi ' A 3 gf--,J H o.. ,ai n' fm-I - Q ..,-in ' y 1 HQ .4 .. if A, '1 's an - l g Q ,, 'gy ,avg ITG! ! " , 3 M n qv- V C: ' Q J. In --sl , '::.- ja, . . 7 2. 3 gf: Blau :il I emu 'I 9 Tl on b the Den M B L I 2 L HC the in 'Wee lim! ' n at Qi i ! W1 2 -- ,' 6' AW. l -:ge I xr fli- ,QV A rs Lgql .J l RY it 43 'I f'7' Alpha Delta Pi NT Elects ADPi Homecoming Queen Three ADPi members provided an accent on beauty for the sorority, the campus and the area. Leslie Johnson was named Miss Denton and Bonnie McShan was the 1965 OFFICERS Fall Spring President Melinda Morgan ........l....,,,.........,. Linda White Vice-President Bonnie McShan ..,,.............. Samantha Graham Secretary Lynn Pierson ........,............... Sondra Schumpert Treasurer Diane Wallis ..,....,.....,,.i....,.,...l.... Betty Wheeler Membership Chairman During the spring semes- ter, bid acceptance was back at the ramp. Many shared the thrill of the evening with pledges. Zou Kerr ...............l.........,.... Marsha Hagerman F l c ' :- Homecoming Queen. Also, Jeanne Allen was 'af V xox xg g.n,..-..,1 the sig Ep Sweetheart. f +R mt The sorority Won the most original rize P With the thought in mind of helping others ADP1s 111 f'lO3.t COII1pel3il3lO11. pack clothes to send to the Foster Parents Plan .Baskins m Bodenhei Boulter Bratton Bruster Clayton Coffman Dunigan Finsley Fletcher Foster Green Handley Harkrider Harris Ha yn Henry Holleman Hughes Kiker Alpha Phi APhis Spotlighted In Campus News Alpha Phi placed second in sorority schol- arship and second in most beautiful division of the Homecoming float competition. OFFICERS 'Fall Spring President ' Joyce Pendleton ,,..,........p...,..,... Sharon Baskins Pledge Trainer Pat Seibt ,.......,...........,.............,........... Pat Seibt Secretary Judy Norris ..AA.......r..........ppp..,a,.,....,,.... Pam Ray 'Treasurer Linda Scott .......p.,.........,............., Gloria Mason Corresponding Secretary Ellen Riegel ..........,....................... Jeanne We1ss Rush Chairman Melan1e Henry ,,...............,............ V1Ck1 Boulter Members in the news this year include USNT Vice-President J ebby Prindle and Junior Senators Pam Ray and Mary Stiles. Linda Thompson served as cheerleader. Zed VS ?l01'itY.schol. d1V1si0n Denton. Spring iron Basking .Pat Seibt Pam Ray ioria Mason B. anne Weiss icki Boulter l .fear include Prindle and Mary Stiles. erleader. wing The casual atmosphere of a card game provides an opportun- The first Stop in the C31-Oling route of the Alpha ity for members and rushees to become better acquainted. Phig was the home of President and Mrs, Matthews. lllli Kirksey McLeod Mason Montgomery Morrow Norris Pendleton Pollard Prindle Pinkston Ray Riegel Robnett Rosebrough Schott Seibt Stiles Thompson Tribble Wheeler Woodruff x Chi Omega Chi0s On Top In Sorority Grades h For the third consecutive semester, Chi Omega placed first in sorority scholarship competition. OFFICERS Fall Spring President Julie Ramey ........r............4,..,..., Roberta Moore Vice-President Peggy Meeker .....,.........................,i,i... Jo Moyer Secretary Nancy Hunt ...,..,.,r,,.....,..,..,............ Linda Issacs Treasurer Claire Caton F.,...tr.t.o......i.i.ii.i.i..., Linda Fawcett Pledge Trainer F Sharon Wheat .i..r..rr.,r...ir.,...,.,r,.,, Sharon Wheat Maintaining another repetitive honor, for the fourth straight year a member was named A During Panhellenic Preview NT coeds are introduced Greek Bowl Queen' This year it Was Susan to sorority life. ChiO Joan Batot tells about her group. Rowlett- At the end of their sec- ond period party ChiOs sing farewell to the tune of a Calypso melody. .lei f Ili ,- l' J ,L -iflfl' WP' 1 ' I , Gu 4 Li! 1 ix X A lk ,JA 7 Fi 15 Af Q ILL! ol -r -1 AX rx C Q '35 Lg' . f -J K , '1 F! 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L,l,. .. .. ,ffbf ex 'K , . l 2- ' QP' l V' 3 I as . ,.,, f ' 'Neff M ,f 4' 'X , , i c 1 L rm Asel Batot Campbell Castleberry Caton Chase Danner Dossey Endicott Fawcett Gallaugher l 4 Ginther Griffin Guyer Hansen Hartsell Hazelbaker Hill Hodges Hunt Isaacs Janson Lawler Majors Meeker Moore Moyer Nelson Osborne Owens Peterson Quenzer Rarney Roussel Rowlett Spencer Spiva Stewart Sunderman Taylor Turner r Abston Allen Atkinson Barrett Bartley Blake Bowers Bickel , , Crutchfield DeGaw Drutsch Dycus Garrett Glenn Gray Hahnl Henson Hinchman Hubbard Hudnall Jackson Johns Johnson mf, 1, '-, C. 114. vb f' K mn- . ff v 5, 'W 5 Q ff if xrt c 'l , r..f fu, 'ms Z Wm. :Bi 13,3 ,G Lilo , W 563 Q DIED lik! X S if 46da'f 'lvl' . R, l 5 1 4 1 Y fd"-Sw . f A, Q 'uf N...-w I ' Q f ,-V1-ww s i .f -j':LzLf2-' 4: 9 2 N. 3.1 , 1' Ml, V f. f f "?ffwQv ' " 1 5 i' '28 1, 1 fkvf' at f ,VVV , BB s t tt Q Ax f f if , Delta Gamma Chapter Receives State Recognition North TeXas's Delta Gamma chapter was -given the Most Outstanding Chapter in State award last stunrner at the Presidents' Convention in Columbus, Ohio. OFFICERS Fall Spring President Cheryl Hinchman .........,.....i,.i,ii.i Cecile Abston First Vice-President LaGayle Henson .,.i,.,:.,.............. Mary Manning Second Vice-President Candace Baileys ..t,..............,,, Jeanette Johns Secretary Carol Allen ...i....,.,...,,,................ Ginger Drusch Treasurer A Cecile Abston ...............,.,,.i ...,,,...i P atty Bowers Two reasons for the honor are the chap- teris first place in 1965 Sing Song and third place honor for the most creative Homecom- ing Parade float entry. Sailor Jeanette Johns greets rushees and welcomes them aboard at the DGS second period party. -r Q I44 i '45-I i , 1 I if fa A I If M 1 i X I Y' 5. I ,,, Z, 'iii J I I ZTXA ji! ,. ,5 Q 9 fs x liVe3 liion Ea Chapter Wai it tie cgialitelio Ohio, esldemi Slllillg Cecil A dent e bm . Mary Manllillg sident Jeanette Johns Ginger Druoh Patty Bowers lor are the chap g Song and thin eative Homecom- and Welwmes l45 ""'i9vo-gnu ., a Q Qrlb Eyser , 2 ' , ts Lilskon l f V1 N Lurich V 'MN' it- K, W1 ifnkaxi "' l X" f M D tt A Q 'W 1 '-f' A I hhggS1g-rgijen ,,S!,G ' 1- W ann 'I 1 :X ' L Z- ' V V yy A U , bf it ' ff? ' ' h '51 5" , W, Q if o ., A Montgomery it -.ff yoj' , lllrllyers me .',: t 2.1 I Y" R l 3 fX fi i.1f' MZAN 5 . A- i 1 l-6 -6' -' Samples ,f A ' ,Me f eff' Serum ' , ' if P 4 X5 Sikes l f --ef N ' .1"g??:l A new gun, a young boy and Linda Grey spell happiness ,ff I at a Christmas party given by the Delta Gammas. -, jk 9 JI' A , N , .2 ' . V- ff . a Vi 22 , A ' 5-159 ,.. la "V o z Q A X N X X if .N 'E o, ...M Shakely Sharpe Short Spaulding .3 A X ggi S A Smith, N Smith of JV! 1 Wildman Williams Brokaw Christensen Dougherty Droitcourt Dulaney Harden Hott Hunt Jones Johnston Knipsvher Meyers M inf-r Parks l'vnnington Pr-rry l'i1'rCc- lliorrc llummr-I Sr-llick 'IH'-mplc Tomlin l.Vl1ipplr- Whitf- wl 0 K i is 5 i eS 1' A Bozeman N' Q, Brabham 'W 'E' na x WPUS ,Q exif., , t 4-if Y rv L I 1 WH tl 7011015 Suchri 9' W1 Noiih 'F Q -.. i A S :iU5Ment AW I M lenatifm to b 3' - P 'dent t 2. so likfesldenl A f3 1 X .1 N-:Ark ,,.,. , N4 X X i lieasurer .n.,. 1' A4 fl "" lil ' Membershlpl KDsinUSf Pat, Kay K Suzanne Piet Miss Hunta lll1o'sWho. The Kappa Delta's entry in the Homecoming Parade, "Not Sylvia White walks behind -While Merry Dragon, But Bragin'," won second place, most original. carrying the tail . . . i. 'Way along the rv Hill ll il " , HW' --T! f--K. Kappa Delta Campus KDs Win National Merit Award Honors such as second most original float helped North Texas' Kappa Delta chapter win a Merit Award from the national group, among only 10 of 106 chapters throughout the nation to be so honored. OFFICERS President ..........................4.t........,t, Sylvia White Vice-President ....,.i..,.....,,..t..,.., Susan Dulaney Secretary i...i.......i...t.,...,,...t.. Dinah Sue Ahrens Treasurer ..i.,....,...,.....,4.,..tt, Rhookie Knipscher Editor .i.,.p.........i...4i..t..t,....t ..........,.., K ay Grant Membership Chairman ............ Suzy Dougherty KDS in USN T this year included Senators Pat, Kay Grant and Tahleigh Austin. Suzanne Pierre was senior class secretary. Miss Hunt and Patsy Pierce were national Who's Who. tg Walks heh, while Merry Lou Miner pulls ahead, leading 'H the way along the parade route, past the Square. if 5 entertain rushees during the second period party of fall rush ll l JK" lx 3 Crepe paper, chicken wire and overworked For the fourth time in five years, Zeta Tau Alpha's entry in the Home- hands are part of what makes up a winner. coming Parade won a top awardg this year, most beautiful. :fy 7 V, .. N 1 H , Anderson lc? S 2- . Balll lv X -,,, ,M Baker 'S ' f 5 Q, , ,fy Barentine -A ,-, 1 --A" ' - , jo ' V Batson ' j vw 4 iq j L Blount ,.. 1 I Bradford ,V 2 6 6 R Bradley 'T ,, , N. K Caollo ' ' 'WT' I ' w 1, Chapman is ,J X 'T' 7 Chichillri W Q ,, Doran -1- 0 W, A "' 4' Ferguson N-' "-"' 'QQ ,Q Giddons QW? , QQ 0 ' Henning . l-lc-ms A Holmes '3 Q Hoflrgr-5 V Hudson Li, S- ' .lonf-s , x J jj KN-r Q Q - .-, A V uqtwil f l,nhm:1n A ' lm "' Vi , ' 3 ' ' fNlc'f'nll -.- v -. 'aj "' vw. .1 ' xr.-mann gig A ,I K f' f X it LM' ' 4 xlI'flIll'lQ Y J ,-54' ' 'V N , f llary 5119 Carolyn Tim' Palsy Doral ,,..... lonior class 1 Blount, sena and Sue No ldomed with royal welcome 43 Z" a 1 gi , ll all Q k 54 ' 1,19 I , nf flies t,,-,Y - 1, ,, W E.5 r-1' ,yd gag ifij wk 5 gig ll rf oo f . ff , Q , Q.. E' P X gh , T 112 5- 25 'l l 525 ,A ol 2 l l he ll . entry in the Home Jeauliful, H 1 W p . l .l it :lf l I., v Zeta Tau Alpha Group Places Four In Beauty Spots Zeta Tau Alpha ranked with the honor- winners this year. Fifty per cent of the Yucca Beauties Were Zeta. Winning elections were Mary Sue Ferguson and Patti Lohman, OFFICERS Fall - Spring President Sue Norris ...4...4.4...,..rr... r,.t C harlotte Patterson Vice-President I Judy Anderson ...,.,,..,,...ty.,......,, Pam Chapman I Secretary Betty Giddens ....t.,..,,.,.,.r.,.,.,.... Sue Hudson Treasurer Mary Sue Ferguson ..,.....,. Mary Sue Ferguson Historian-Reporter Carolyn Tinnin ,...........t.t......4.. Carolyn Tinnin Ritual Chairman I Patsy Doran ...F........,.ll,....r....,,.. Sharyn Spuller junior class oflicersg Sue Norris and Sharon Blount, senatorsg Kay Bradley, cheerleader, and Sue Norris, Women's Forum treasurer. Adorned with the traditional crown, Zetas extend a royal welcome to rushees during preferential. CSTLZCZGD 4629 . gf KPN ""' vi Q .KJ Z Q 1 ily. Q Q. ,. 'se Q.. W- , .,-In "f .NNW 'P -.av ffm film., K. . I I xl., 7 WU Qslf xi 'ar - y f sr . L.A-1 I . Patterson, A. Proffitt Pyles Spuller Tinnin Williams 9 . 'A .. A an .QL 'V'-L Rx" --,X 1-its P actin w . ', V- '-2 f A .s . I f f , a 'A U' I .,5x ' . fa 5 ' : -- ' CIT , ' 'LTA . SVA - .1-ff, V . fa me fa W M- - ,- -FJ 4 5,11 I Q , .- 'Q sf A! Morris Patterson, Price Skrasek St. Martin Warner Woods C. N.,-1 - ' 1 : a -I xv' j ,I l Norris Parma Peterson Pfeffer Reep Reese Spradley, Janice Spradley, Jane Taylor Tiffany Willey Williams Worsham Wright ,pf-"..g1 -5 -f.- -1- ".-' '. -las leer .A.,.--".. "E "., " ,' 311,34-,f - -nvu-u-. ' -ui.--4-., ...ws-4..g..' 19135-66 is the lint full year the Geezle fraternity has livr-cl in tln-ir newly rc-rnorlclecl house. Alexander Brantley Christie Culwell Feather Finklea Greenhill Holmes Matthe Morrow Munoz Murske Parrish Price Russell Smith Spoon Templeton Supina XVaclc VVallaco rfF Nl ii iiii. .gy faf from-1 In 1 in Fas me 4"" 'K lg tm ,3s'j7 l N' " qs , - "T, i 118 if..-1: -1 I l , A I 1 YN W 'x 'rf' ,4U9v . 'Q' I i 1 55521 Last Y' iuteffT3'Dl nadrflilw dall- ? Fall Ray RU Tom M Lonnie DenniS ...- The fi ship HID' Tom MVC A W, til any 'FE -1 FAQ ww' Cs, .Am ,li il ,am 1 'gif "3 L I y J 47 Frat Second to One In Sports, Scholarship Sports is the key to Geezle activity and also to the membership. Last year the group was second overall in interfraternity athletics. They were first in badmitton, ping-pong, basketball and soft- ball. OFFICERS I Fall Spring President Ray Russell ........,,,.......,.r.,..r,..,...,.. Dan Feather Vice-President Tom Murski ...,.,,...r..,....,r.,,.....i.r..i...r Tom Price I Secretary Lonnie Parrish ...........,... .r..... R obert Greenhill l Treasurer I Dennis Conner .i..,.ii,..,i.i.i.,...., Robert Wallace The fraternity was also second in scholar- ship among male Greeks. Tom Price, vice-president, was named MVC All-Conference defensive halfback. Fraternity league intramurals takes up a great deal of Greek time. Springtime means baseball for Geezles. l "3" ww vi . .-4: W Q, gain ""' f bc: K '11 .oc 5' f-,px 1' 5519, --Xl l xl? J e .ff ALT,-i.e X :P F I ., 45 I. ,' 9 9 J if? 'T' ,Q Q il do 3 3' ' l - Ll '- ' il ' 93' it ' -' the J ,Ag . wgkrqi 13-s .Xl x-43, 'RH-G 'ag -C .gf K 1 -- .- fv- f-v-. fa- ,r- x Hr" NY' if x-1' Y ., 99 I' 1 r , " 1 v f K H' .1 ' -Y' All ' 1 T ELA lull? taxon -.nary -w-rn R- 5-7' 'x '15 V-ty Burgcrt f"rouc'li l-'ln-lmrty' llivkson K innm-y Klnt liix Blzivli Dawson l"l:m:1g:1n l lolnws Ln Bziumf Mnylir-lrl A l l on Blohm DL-:mis Flc-ming Jackson l.r,-:ich Morris Baggett Britton Dickey Freeman Jennings 1,1-llvl Miller Baird Beauchamp Bryan Cameron Dickerson Ethridge Galvan Goin Jones Kantor Lott McNair Orton Perry Bennett Claiborne Feind Hale Kimball Mathews Pink Jerr Race Def clude and 1 is sen 'B u ,A L. I 'H X 1 l '1 l Pit Ste Wi X an he . 4' 4 Sl V i ag: .3 5 Rh Q' .'-3 ,Q M il T f D911 tv r 'la f V 4,4 V I 811119 ll It time rid li 8 W H21 1 i WU fi Mathew 3 Pink i ,,,,, Delta Sigma Phi Delta Sig Members Hold Offices, Posts Spring's Greek Week provides Delta Sigma Phi one of its most active times of the year. Again, the group sponsored the Chariot OFFICERS Fall Spring President Walt Schaefer Walt Schaefer Vice-President Pete Sockwell Rusty Woodford Secretary Larry Hickson Larry Hickson Treasurer Ken Woosley ' Bill Surles Sgt at Arms Doug Welborn . .. , . John Dickerson Rush Director , Jerry Pink Jerry Pink Race and participated in other events. Delta Sigs serving in campus offices in- clude senators Pete Sockwell, sophomore, and Loyd Lott, graduate. Rusty Woodford is senior vice-president. ' g got? QI Where the boys are is where the girls go. At fraternity bid acceptance, Coeds have a chance to meet the pledges. 'DQ'- Pg .-Hi Tan' 'F ' --1 -asm' '-use-W if -' ' -F N-i 1 fa .iz A , xg 'SJ' 1 H, r Pickett Richardson Rodriguez Schaefer Schultz Sockwell, W. Sockwell, P. Steen Stewart. Strozeski Surles Tallant Teal Welbom Wicklander Williams Wirns Woodford Woosley Wulfe V Young 1 ,r RE liliq i l . i.4'3,Q4 l ruffyhy! .ivy '1:.,,y ""' " "' 1 A pinning for a sorority and fraternity member is an unforgettable At the end of the ceremony, two brothers es- experience. At a KA-ZTA pinning, Don Newman serenades. cort the lucky boy oft to the tune of "Dixie" ' Q I Adkins ' P .SQA rdldyk DJ., 'hsnvau Ben ' ' Bristow Brown Calbris Carlton Chambers w Conley .QUKQ4 'ao' 'mx' PL ' Ing, lf, an .9430 Conklin 1 ... . 7 M ,' , 5 5 - . Chupp - ' ff' W lg. is ' Cl- h -11' 7' Dansby W A Yr Davis, D. ,A - ' ' J Davis, E. I 5, ? Dooley ' LA .",L.Z:, J ,f N Dow - ' , , f , D ' Q ""'p l""' '. f-nr, 'QQ 2 -'GI 'A Gxligin Gremmels Hankins, B. Hankins, L. Harvey . Henderson .--GQ -334 N yi - 33 5 X "'o. Giga ' ' - ' rl Lrig ' Kinncn Q Langran , If Lanious 1 L'I-Iommerlicu 'fluid ul A . ,D ll. 001111133 g' presidei Vice-PI' Secretall Treasur Historia Parliam ,,..- KA rn included and Phi served a Ben M al0I1g 1 brothers es. of "Dixie" Adkins Bell Bristow Brown Calbris Carlton Chambers Conley Conklin Chuvll Dansby Davis, U- Davis, E- Dooley Dow Draper Graham Gremllltll Herr? noon nor Henderson Hilgher Hoo Kinntll Lanrnl' nor I,'I-Iolllllledjw Kappa Alpha Order Continues Homecoming Rituals Traditions are important to the Kappa Alpha Order, and this year the group kept up several customs. Winner of the annual beard-growing contest, Ben Maca, led the KA Confederate delegation in the Home- coming Parade. OFFICERS President ., .r,,.,,,.. ..,..r.......i,. ,..,e M i ke Harvey I Vice-President .e e... .,..,....e.. J ay Russell Secretary ....e... ....e,.r T rey Lohmann I Treasurer ,,ir. e..,..., L arry Langeloh Parliamentarian ......., .,.,e.... D on Smith Historian .,..,.,e......,r. ,.e,. ...A P h ilo Waters . ,W A , r Q N , ,. . . , , , KA members serving in campus positions included cheerleaders Phelps L'Hommedieu and Philo Waters. Secretary Trey Lohmann served as Interfraternity Council president. Ben Maca led the Rebels, in Confederate uniforms, along the path of the Homecoming Parade. Lohmann, M Lohmann, T. Long Langeloh McCarthy McDonald Mynatt Newberry Newman Peoples Richardson Ross Russell Rymer Smith Stiles Swofford Waters West Wester Williams Allen Baldwin Brintle Brooks Burton Byrd Collins Cue Dotson Eliot Fisher Flournoy Galbraith Giles Glasco Gustafson Howard Howie .Jackson Jarrell Kappel Knight Kalil King Lea Lee Little Long McMahan MCNatt Mansfield 9 any V , , 1 Miller Morton Neal Parker Put rick flklllill Rnms:iy Rziwclon Reeder R f-1-sv Robinson '26 f 4' ,,3 i l 'E a-I . wi 1 NV xl '11 'AI pxqf' -.Lai '- I--' rdf-U, . L . ' 'ff' f ...leg '-"fs, ,2k.f axe, axe, 1 -.A I U 5 I ax qi hid, 'ZS' E K '12 S, .gf .-3 as., DSW -'2'Q, QQ l n-5 . . fl? . M Svnrlmrmxgli 1, Q lg 12, 2 ,Q ' I Schiniclt Svrupgs Smtt I4 Smith a-'Q ,. Q-J riavvl KaPl In Wqrk ilylul did Bon mallue tion alll' g' Fall Kelly Charl' Dick Ty B' Richa l The membe dents: Snutly L fu :gig s"z11 I. I. rv ll l". 't, The a Dla 993222.02 Kappa Sigs Score In Campus Elections Working for a candidate is most fulfilling if your candidate Wins. And Kappa Sigma's did. Bonnie McShan, the group's Homecom- ing Queen candidate, survived a general elec- tion and runoff among the top three girls. OFFICERS Fall Spring ' President Kelly Brintle i....,.i...,p,.........,....i,ii.i Lee Patrick ' Vice-President Charles Mariette ..c.l...,ll,.,,i....i,.. Bill Gustafson Secretary I Dick Flournoy .....,..,.....c..c..i.l..i., Mike Yondorf Treasurer I Ty Burton .ci..,,,...p,r.l..,...r...,..,.,,.r...i,.. Bob Little Ritualist Richard Lea ,............,....r...i., r.,.,.r.,,r.i. B illy Cue The group also helped campaign for two members who now serve as class vice-presi- dents: Mike Yondorf, sophomore class, and Snuffy Smith, junior class. .11 .ll r f' fr "' kick," 4 p age-,.f V ' - " - 'ni .I+-J' " - . '- '91 .'.sJlL'.aL.L L. . -3 The snow-covered grounds of the campus became a playground for many, including the Kappa Sigs. A sign bearing the Kappa Sigs' Greek letters set high atop the bonfire for Homecoming. Q67 nv 'P 'Z 'T ' . " 2 G , ,.' .,- L 'M' '-X .- 'Ol .- all W N ' i in ' 2 r'- Smith Stacy Stanford Stark Swanson Tarrant Tarbox Teutsch Tomlin Townzen Williams Willingham Wilson Yondorf ' l -an-1 . .. - ....-,,. .,. .-1-wv-- l I i Lambda Chi members, Jerry Wilson, Roger Frith, and Gary Poole, are busy at work, repairing and remodeling their house. . . -4- I i i W- ' nik 5 f- I Y Y -' it 1 ' O f fA. ' .1 1 ik "W rf '97 1 -uv ' . l 1 I ' r . xi . 41' 1 .v ' George Warren. Lynn Earls, and Ross Wilcox put Christmas sign, before setting it up in front of their last minute touches on their traditional Merry housetoextend the season's greetings. M Red Malo d Q is IW traffml ? F al Georl Rogei Tom Jerry Davi si' Dur bers 2 Built-i well a P X 1 'F K. E, N ex and Gary ieir house. lilly 7 , - --J 'w 'I I X 1 Lambda Chi Alpha LXA Reorganizes, Redecorate House Major reorganization with new goals to- ward scholarship was the main concern of Lambda Chi Alpha members this year. After IFC allowed the group a rare open rush, the fraternity pledged 22, the largest fall class. OFFICERS Fall Spring President George Christian ,. , , Roger Frith Vice-President Roger Frith . . , Tom Koch Secretary I Tom Koch .. . , ..o,, ,o,, l . Lynn Eads Treasurer Jerry Wilson . oo,.,.i.. A. M , Jerry Wilson Rush Chairman David Burgess i.,,, , . o ,o .. Ross Wilcox During December and January, new mem- bers and officers redecorated their house. Built-in desks and cabinets were installed as well as panelling throughout. C1568 Clqgsz, U7 ' Sul l lfffhs s Sl f 2 9 4 L J ,, ,F .Q a.. 'if NN I r 16 Z 0 5 V" QU ,091 .Ax '27 eg Q al Balser Bell Burgess Burks Christian Eads MQSSGY Estes Frith Gorman Harris Koch Marlatt WLlCOX Neale Poole Powers Robinson Warren Wilson rms. ,,,rM,. Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Kaps, APhis Host State School Party For the second year in a row Phi Kappa Sigma and Alpha Phi sorority combined ef- .forts for a Christmas party, replete with dance combo, for children at the State School. OFFICERS Fall Spring President J. Hardin Perry ......,. ..,... D on Wayne Volpert Vice-President Bobby Ray ........,t,.. ........,.,.,,..... M ike Sublette Secretary Joe Specht ......,o.........,..........i. ,, .....i Joe Specht Treasurer Ralph Ardis ,...........l ......,,.....i.... C harles Hobbs Social Director Don Volpert ...i..,. ,. ,, ,.,...iii.,.,.........,,,,. Joe Irick IFC Representative Charles Hobbs F . ., ,..... . . .......... Don Hainley At Homecoming a crepe paper zebra atop the fraternity house won the group second place in the house decoration contest. Don Volpert tries his hand at the piano during a Christmas party which the Phi Kaps and Alpha Phis gave for the children at the Denton State School. Pix i l K s E : 1 i ! ! I 1 l 1 1 g , l l i ig, A l I E 5 2 I ll IV i E i i P l l Q i I I K Q 5:25, ll' "1"-t Q ik! Carrying . "NT: Wl l l I ii i i Us - , 1 53 R Y' ,III ll' V733 f I H031 tl' hi, Kappa lblhed ef. lete with ?h6 State Spring B Volpert Sublette we Specht es Hobbs Joe lrick 1 Hainley tebra atop ,up second test. mobile W SGML F I 5 , 1. WHERE 5 THE ACTION 0 ' , "1 ' A 'ii V' - v 's 1 'W "l l - ll nr T7 ""4i'.'q "K-jp! 2 ,, . ,, ggnrvqhudv I . I 15,14 pA4 ian.-:Y-:Q ,jfs 5111: 5:22 :TIE-22113515 al.-3 82.2 dnb EL2lP...SP....J n V ' 'g 1, - 1 I A nm-an---,MA m,,,..,-.. . --A-----'--" " ' , , 1 H,u4,+4.W ..-- A - t- i . ,. x.,.A..1 ,L J- , .....4.---.4 ,- s . . ,,,.w.5 ,.' ..',,f-".- f W, , , 1' f 9 K? ' 1 x Q lil Vg iii 2 . ll M.-flfhif'-w1'gfs1'?-"+f'- .Q-1.21525 -is , . V . , , kq ef W -1-vw-e' v."".1', C . ' AM...,w . ,. .-.,. ,,.,r: r,..f,..,. I ...Ar - :t.':ix-.,..5fffT'fjfx'f' ' i 'W ty garrying out this year's Homecoming theme, Sigma fraternity won second place in house NT: Where the Action Is," the Phi Kappa,decorations for their zebra entry. J r' lv-ac: 1"' 6' Jin-u.uSl - - I . , 2 0 ms'X-fixigzw 1 -Chg WG 73 Ardis Brazelton Foshee Goss :ffl Q 15 YN 3? Z 15163 33' i, ,Nfl .Zvi Hainley Hobbs Kile Lively McCain Roso Specht Sublette Taylor Tompkins Volpert VVi1son Delta Gammas and Sig Eps joined together to give a Christ- mas party at the Sig Ep house for some needy children. Mrs. B. Nelson, Adams housemother Blakemore Beck Boswell Brown Chambers J, J. i . .. , , , .. 'HQ ' X1 N 'vox ., - ., - V x jiifi-l 5. ,. .JN l Q ...Q N. lgjgl is A 1: fr 1 W' 'K -, lihli ' .3 Averitt, G. B ll Cgldwell Chamblee ri gg AI! Averitt, M. Blakely Campbell Cox f-. , f3""'.l ii QQ: I D f 4? .iii J ,. N -I' I -A --s i ,an-. .7 Sigma Phi Epsilon Sig Eps Rate lst At Homecoming Homecoming was honors time for Sigma ,Phi Epsilon. In addition to winning first place in the house decorations division, the OFFICERS Fall President Spring Joe Adams ,.....,......,..,.,,. ,........ .... G a ry J eiferies F Vice-President Bob Bell . ,.,..,.,.,.........,.........,.,.......... Tedd Willis Secretary Bill Blakemore . .,.....,..,,.... , ,..... Phil Hambrick Comptroller Tim Chambers ..........,..,..,,..,...... Tim Chambers Corresponding Secretary Asa Hanna ....,..................,... .......... T ed Wilson Chaplain 6 Mike Chamblee .........,..,........,. Mike Chamblee group was awarded the Talons' 1965 Home- coming Spirit Award. In 1964-65 they had won the Talon All-Around Spirit Award. weraaczatiki ti? "Turning to Action at NT" won a first place in the house decorations during Homecoming. st D 1? for Sigma We he WS1011, ll X Spring ary Jellelieqg Teddwill l Hambrick 1 Chambers 1 Fed Wilson f Chamblee Q965 Home- 5 they hae 'it Award. Huw the Xsxliealwy v t l 1 lil, ll ,gm 3 ,L-fa J-Kitt' :sas-e, ,,.. I aan, , J his Q-Inf -'S-,l ' I ,. so 'Jig 'K' .-if an ap' ' SN -95' V :bla 432.1 5' X25 sh T 'f L l e at ,' 'pg Q,- --md N Q - 'X Q l C 7 3 3 pl ' 5, '. 2 K - .a- ne 7 'l I 'L is I u' 1" 1 Sf Q ,.,-' 2. un- 3 '. "' 59' til li: 5' , -V 9 " , .31 . L ww., ' ll. 5 sf 2 auf ix it sn- -184'-'1 5-'?' at fu-VX f D! S53 'wang . "' F1 'A .gg sg 1 w 1 ,l """ "T."',l ," ,I f rf 3 A 1 l, KQV xl ' ff -ag r M, f -.1 J Q. G' -'Y sg p 3' Qt 3 'Y . -f-f si N- 1' - iff Q.. Y A 1 3 8 . Q 1 X - .-an ' '51-P 'VY' 1 1 Al .4 I Y Ls tv' it Q ' "1 6' I fa ze 'f "Q , '.' . 1 ' UUK txr--'.'. Vulp IJ.v.1l.1 l'llll'xlLf1' l"r.ml.lm l-'ull-In Gill-.-rl l. , . llllltvfl fllxln-fmwr flr.lmle-'. fv1'n'c'I' llxmrl llzunhrn-lt Ilzmnu lluwle-y lltllflvl' llznrgis llulrlvll llulma-s Ilill .l1'fl'1'rl4'Q Kirl-:le-v l.llllw l,j.'nu Lyon hlvflrn-w lNlc'flllfTvy Marsh Muxwvll lNlf'1llS M1-lton Mustuin Nnhil Nc-wmzm Patton Prc-ntiw Portvr Rc-ifl Ric-lm rrlsun Riclu-y Skinnr-r Shaffer Smith. -I. Smith, 'l'. Stailf-y Staley 'FCZILIUI' Thompson Thomgoorl XVhiting XVcrstc-rhcck Vfilson, K. XVilson, T, Vtfillis l65 bb 13: Y 1 5 , I It ll ,f ,. i, ', ..gf-"' I rl M I X I 1 1 i I 5 i I , 1 V T 1 i L 1 EdHed bg Bahs Beqhuq -I-'Q ADMINISTRATION P , I -fM.4 . ug..i'-L- E ..-in ' in V I' V., E.. ,V K N ml 4 f'g- - ir: ..' if f ' sr' 1::'f g Rqx we 1 I s ,X , f , "nh nk" 'vw V 14 . 1 14 , K ' a v-,Qffg 'yi T' 7' 'Q' fgmm. z 0, V. 'MMG' 4.x 'W 7153, XML K L A-U ul Q 5 M ' k Nt E . tw ' , ae' ' aa ilifgvl, A N A "1.. qv' ' 6 In -vi - ,ug sf L . L ,V 'Ni v N ' i 8 W Ll 9.5 119. df' 'ffl A --'Q Hov aw H 5 036011 I rlaSS Eff The ical wp of PM 4 of h11I1C AH Board 4 Scott t plant V The fir Univen and ot! In the rel ceptua I O I O I areas O istics. O O cludil I C00l'6 part stud How many square feet of instructional and laboratory s ac p e does a Spanish major taking botany as part of his liberal arts edu- 9 cation require. How much will the enrollment in such a biology class grow in ten, fifteen, twenty years? The questions which may seem irrelevant or picayimish are typical for educational programming completed in February as part of the university's master plan. The questions are only two of himdreds the planners must ask. After reviewing the work of several campus planners the Board of Regents selected the Houston firm Caudill, Rowlett and Scott to formulate the plans by which the university's physical plant will be expanded from 532.5 million to S50 million in value. The firm has devised master plans for Ohio State University, Duke University, the University of Miami, the University of Houston and other schools. In February the planners presented Phase I of the study to the regents. Material included ' th ceptual plans concerning: Land use - general zoning of basic activities. 0 Density- appropriate building bulk and open space. Circulation - pedestrian, vehicular, service. 'O Parking - quantity and arrangement. 'O Demolition and redevelopment -for more eflicient use of areas Where existing buildings may become Lmusable. 0 Buildings - siting and general height and area character- istics. '0 Land acquisition. '0 Campus design - general character of over-all campus, in- cluding buildings, open spaces and landscape treatment. 'O Utilities - conceptual systems design of all utilities to be coordinated with city and utility companies. Later the planners will present Phase II to the board. This part will include specific recommendations for a campus of 20,000 students. It will also include general guidelines beyond that figure. 111 e proposals were broad con- 'O Many vacant lots surrounding the North Texas campus are now university owned as sites for future building expansion programs. Some Masterful Planning Director Holland studies a mock-up of the new speech building. Matthews Named Council Chairman VF' ffifftf f 'K-iltffglt'-'-X iitqqai " I 123'-'Z :2:1-- 59.33, '.'.:ak tis i?"-1' - 3. :gt.fraf-ft?:4-lx2H'1- IYITYVI Z"- "VL H5 TEN' .etftf fwfi' R-'A fg 'x'nil'fI1l:lll!If,'Q12 'XY'-f ' . 'ff-- Z Vat -nit!!! 'Ufittzx '-T 'Im' St--.'EL.:n 2.1.-gt3,.,Q1.' 5 311'-"Z lt! '-it:"! ' hte? Ntfztiz 'l"', ,'1.:fi'l 'ft '.'::1 .1-5 Ti 1- - ' . - ' ' ' ' ' QU, Jfqh, . VXXIXSII lE:"E TN t . xt.' " ,- ,.-i , Dr. J. C. Matthews, President we B' 315111 gow nlmpmg TM Sum ggnffiest ministra' aPPf0Ve4 fhaifmel New I Con11611Q A, M- W Tollett fe-electt Huntsv I. - -1. X . i eiif' The Board of Regents, the school's nine- man governing body, approved a major re- vamping of the administration hierarchy last summer, creating new two vice-presi- dencies, one for fiscal and the other for ad- ministrative affairs. In addition, the board approved three new appointees for divisional chairmen and three new department heads. New regents named this fall by Gov. John Connally are E. C. Pannell of Fort Worth, A. M. Willis of Longview and Raymond L. Tollett of Big Spring. Ben H. Wooten was re-elected board chairman. S. A. Kerr of Huntsville was chosen board vice-chairman. Regents Approve Administrative Changes SEATED: Dr. Joe Nelson, Ben H. Wooten, chairman, Raymond L. Tollett. STANDING: E. C. Pannell, A. M. Willis Jr., S. A. Kerr. NOT PICTURED: Carroll Sullivant, Ray Cowan, David A. Kimbell. Spurlock, Rogers Gain New Titles K2 l I Dr. J. J. Spurlock. Academic Vice-President Although Dr. J. J. Spurlock. vice-president for academic aliairs. has a new title, his duties have hardlv changed since he took the position in 1959. Dr. Spurlock, who said the administrative revamping was "mainly a clarification of responsibilities." is in charge of all areas of academic matters. He is fa- miliar with both faculty and administrative concerns, hecause his fiist joh here was in I9-10 as an associate profesor of chemistry. Dr. James l,. Rogers, who wrote a his- tory of the school. puhlished in September. 1965. is vice-president for administrative affairs, in charge of news and puhlications services, university planning. alumni rela- tions and student affairs. leaving little time for checking hook mics. 1 40" . v - 1-'Y' Dr. James L. Rogers, Administrative Vice-President it' Matt I i V 2 .lt 1 fr. VP, Bud A vi comptr accoun whatJ createc nual c lear- served Was cl Joh llltil' Over lrom gen ' I' in 1.19 h 'Ek Who ' 9 took T35 4 Mum 5-'finchm C L Hein, ' Q 1 here Wm Chgmjb-ml wmleahg 'vu -- Stpiembg v +1 publraiioi 1 ,J - MUHIH1 rei- -., Billet. xi. eff John Matt Howard, Assistant to the Presiden VP, Engineer Handle Budget, Maintenance A vice-president for fiscal affairs and comptroller needs a lot of monetary and accounting experience, and that's exactly what John L. Carter Jr. brings to the newly created post. Carter, who makes out the an- nual operations budget- 814,215,316 this year - with President J. C. Matthews, has served here as comptroller since 1961, and was chief accountant six years before that. John Matt Howard of Fort Worth, a for- mer professional consulting engineer, took over duties of the assistant to the president from Dr. Wayne Adams, who v ,nt back to full-time teaching in education. Deans Supervise Activities 'l'hv two lX'l"SHl1S nt North 'l'cj'xus must likely to sw- nuzwly L'N'1'l'y' slu- fla-nt on 1-:ninpus am- the rlvzm of wmm-n. llr. lnwgvm' liiclicy. :mrl thi- flmn uf mf-n, William Cl. Wnorls. Ili-:in llivki-3.3 who has lwlrl thi post :xml :i pmfc-xsursllip slnvc- lfl-l-l. lu-lps wuIlN'H with thi-ir :u':1rlc'mim'. ww:itnm:il :mrl pi-rsfmul pmlmli-ms. Wuwls. N'-'lm has hc-lfl tha- post . . . . , Q sinu- he- switrlml julms with Ilia-rim lfouts in ill-le. SlllN'l'X'lS4'S most of thi- :ivlivitii-.s nl mzalv sluflm-ms not 1'Hl1I'l1'1'l1-fl 1'-lil! :l4':lrl1'!llli's, ulamllf- mul tl. lx- in rl1:el'g1m'frf mnli- huns- mzi hut '.'-hi-11 thi- '.'.ui'l-:lwifl le--.V 4-nwl tlmnnflx thi- :ly1:fl'l!1u'I1I lwizn flu- wh '.'.:is rixnmszi-in-ll rf- nimorlivi' shall Hlllve' Dr. Imogene B. Dickey, Dean of Women -1 .W 0-- William G. Woods, Dean of Men Tes Edwa and h 1230 final cludi Grad' tions per C On vicin Ciml and hani respl dent take Testing is the Watchword for Dr. Edward Bonk, director of guidance, and his office is renting a new IBM 1230 optical reader to help score final exams and other tests - in- cluding National Teacher and Graduate Record Exams, applica- tions for which have increased 300 per cent this year. One university office directly ser- vicing Gls in Viet Nam is Hilda Cunningham's Ofiice of Extension and Correspondence. The office handles about 70 courses by cor- respondence and enrolled 1,414 stu- dents last fall. About 1,000 students take extension courses. Testing, Non-Campus Study Concern Of Bonk, Cunningham Hilda Cunningham, Coordinator I sn I , Dr Edward Bonk Division of Extension and corri-ispondence Dir6Cf0I' of Student Guidance ,,l...., 3 r 5 1.1 o -ifrgw 2 , 3. .Jw I -i- r W A' .... i Y we -1 Rn- I-1 1' f i ' 3 P., -if N N John E. Tompkins, Director of Admissions Computers Aid p iii-g-r ' Stott, Tompkins "" 352' "N1m'v :mtumzniinn is the kr-3' to . A siii-vi-ss." says lic-ilistrzir Gcfiilm' h' ' Stott, x-:ini sf-vs 11-gistrzilirm mn- 'U D fusion froin tin- lop r:1tiu-r than W from the' Hi-fm-i'i-imvv Ronin floor. li 4 Uni- timing in- hopes xnziviiim-s will fill in iinfm-:ir fixtimi- iw iig111'c-gi':iri1'- point :im-1':ig1vs in in- printf-rl on s4'iI11'si4'I' Llltiril' shi-i-i,-, Iiiiw-vtui' -if .'XfiIl'ii?KNi'iliS John if. if 'I'-ixizpi-:iris rn-fiit.s vziivfiil siurix' iw 'fd ' -- flaw piwm'vil1i,: I'3iiiiJlUX'f'f'X '-'sith "T km' spew- gg 'J' in-u'-' rviwtffsrzii n::n'ii:in' piwliivinzl iiiiliiirpiu' iiwiixwis in 2121- minmv- runs wixiiiriiziwia-imp in km-gi 1igi'.'.':1ii 1-mwiilzzu-ni Ezgfiizw-s '.'.'iiif'ii lurin- fifmiilf-fi in fin- mi - . ': s My Rims has iw-im in-ri-, , George Stott, Registrar ll i QL.-L Johr i' i R . i i i i of Admissiie 9 , John Hargrove, Business Manager NT Finances Run in Millions Business Manager John Har- grove has an envious -if busy - position in that the amount of money his office handles is so much he "couldn't hazard a guess" as to what the total is. "We issue paychecks to about 2,600 full-time and part-time em- ployees, and our payroll amounts to about SQVZ million a year." That's about S1 million a month if you don't count the summer. But besides paying employes, the Business Ofiice also is responsi- ble for making all purchases for the campus, and spends money on maintenance and activities. l l l l i t Aftel Q 1 dent Dr. Reginald Westmoreland, Director of News Service 5 SQIJ Staffs Provide t 1u3,l'l61'f t , ' at News Releases, t -tggjid, Juiltlin after inf l tionS, i Ba1',HI1f Faimer terencei campus complain have n and are i they leav Printing Services ln-1 rr' 0 nr .Mao .. D+' i t If you over rozitl 11 story zthout you ut North Tex- story twimtr from the Nt-ws St-wit't'. Dirt-t'tt'tl hy Ur. 5 Roginultl Wt-stntortiltmtl, the otlivt' tlivitlos thtr mm- pus :among two stutlvnt rt-portt-rs :mtl onte profcs- l sional rt-portt-r who writt' tht- storitfs st-nt to :iron t lit-wspztpors, mzitzzixint-s :mtl lirozitlvztst mtftlizi. Atltli- tional stutlvnt workt-rs writt' hontt-town rtflt-tastes :mtl l l 2 l In :itltlition to prttpztring rntisit' :mtl tlrnmti pro- t :insist tiniw-rsity photop5r:tpht'r Smith Kikt-r. tgrziins :intl printing forms :mtl stzitiont-ry, thtr Print 1 Shop ptihlisht-s tht' Vtnnpus t'h:1t :intl ltl tinivvrsity lmllt-tins .1 yt-.n. Ont- ot thtw-, tht- sthool ftlltlltljlllt .s. N .i, , ., I - D- HW- DVCCTOV 07 pfllll Shop fl. Il. llztll wtitl tht- srhool will print :t smzilltrr puh- lDr,l-'amid lituttion with pt-rtint-nt tlzitn for tht- nt-w stutltent. Of News Northlfl' .ces Hffl rfedbil es U10 ff 0110 Pill? ent to ff will it unit , W milf? Zqjjerii lr 1 i Semi Dr. Haro After 17 years as director of the Student Union Building, Dr. Har- old J. Farmer got a new head- quarters this year and finds his job as big as the new building. Besides being supervisor of the building- which includes looking after income from vending opera- tions, the Cafeteria, and Snack Bar, and the Varsity Room -Dr. Farmer signs out meeting and con- ference rooms, Without charge for campus organizations. His major complaint is against students 'fwho have no consideration for others" and aren't too Worried about Where they leave their trash. New UB Opens In Fall Id J. Farmer, Director of StudentsUnion Building Q A - V 'I " - """'mqt-v-f1w.,,,,.,u. .lack Wheeler, Coordinator, Student Personnel :iii Wheeler Heads Student Housing, Personnel 'ie The War on Poverty's front lines on the North Texas campus lead through the mid- dle of the newly-created office of student personnel, headed by coordinator Jack VVheeler. Wheeler, who got his B.B.A. and M.B.A. here in 1961, handles the college work-study program which makes available several cam- pus positions at. minimum wages for stu- dents with hnancial problems. Dormitory, library. secretarial, clerical, maintenance, and technical jobs are open through the pro- gram. Besides helping with the problems Of about 1,400 student, employees, Wheeler al- so has charge of finding housing for them and all the others North Texans who flock to the campus every semester. Ol uB9lll5 vasjid haul lo f 0,.dinator of Stu with the presldi sible f0f Hum? director Spots, Wheeler.S91d have inleulgfam lem lhat ffllgh to COPS Wlth al are lfespfjnslble tena11C95' know to explam to if school regulalllf they are entori ministrative dl 1-99' SIEATEDI Mrs. Mrs- Dt aple Streetg N Persgnne, r I 1 l L nes 011 h the ml if sill? 1t0f ll' ld M-Bi fork-Sill ferdlfl for 'E 1 " iormill ,mel ileU15 K rl' i f Q6 lor 410 lf "Being a dorm mother is a 24- hour job," said Jack Wheeler, co- ordinator of student personnel Who, with the president's oflice, is respon- sible for iilling the 13 dormitory director spots on campus. Wheeler said the directors must have intelligence to meet any prob- lem that might arise and be able to cope with any emergency. They are responsible for dormitory main- tenance, knowing, and being able to explain to students and parents, school regulations, and making sure they are enforced. Most dorm ad- ministrative duties fall to them. Dorm Directors Hold 24-Hour Job SEATEQ2 Mrs. Lucille Biggar, Terrillg Mrs. Kathleen Toups, Chilton, Mrs. Eva Rape, North Bruce Mrs. Virginia Dockery, South Bruce. STANDING: Mrs. Maxine Knox, Kendall, Mrs. Vivian Muir e Maple Street, Mrs. Lois G ' reenwood, Maple Street, Mrs. Odessa Schlosser, Marquis. DEPARTMENTS .-.. -I Edlted bg Myra Hall .,,... , ,- ,,., E.. .- ,fp ,Y-H ..1 4.4: s.1..1 -.,.,.4..1.:.'-1: ., ,......w-4 5. ,-.wg-N., ...,,...,,,, mm. ..,,.,...,,,,,L ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,-,wmdmv Q: V, .mv N. lwmmqw , , 1 , W,-., ... .,.,,,,.,.,,,,,.-,E , ..,.,,.. W., ..,Y.W..,.,1.v N .-..,,.,..,,.,.-'..N.,. .,,,,. ..,..., ,..,,,,, I l83 College of 1 Arts and Sciences Three Chairmen Chosen by Board 184 'l'h 1.3 in i' e f'o11t'gt-tiffxtrtsrltlti Scif Three new divisional ehairmen were appointed hy the Board of Regents this year. The appointments hi-ought into the adminis- tration three professors who, as Vresirient J. Cf Mat t hews pointed ont. had not previously heen there. The President said the :appointments were made in order to luring depth in zidininistrzition and ava- deinit' matters to the Vol- lege. New appointees are: 0 litnnrinities- Ur. if. tl. i1:ill:n'r1.1fnQ1is1i faenlty' ineinlu-r sinee 19519. 0 Foeiai St'it'Iit't'm Ur, llogzh Rl. Ayeiy on the his- tory' f:it'ti1tj.' sinve 1955 0 St'1t"l1t'itL'-IJ1'. R. ff Sherinaii, hiology favtilty snr-niher sinve 19416. -nees ineludes language, whose students use hoth class ruyor :in-ns. Une of these is foreign and lah work to achieve proficiency. . , I 4 .1 1, -1 1 1 Q94 ' "Wi '15 Hr. ifrnnlfz il. fififiord, llerin. Vfilleglf' of X .t rts :ind Fr'it:11f'r-s 1 I lt' 1 1 . R A. s I 3, Degree plans 1 year after he Newly namec flghti Dr. E ,--r-. ffl Degree plans are prepared during the student's junior a major field of study. Every student must complete year after he has had sufficient time to decide upon his degree plan requirements in order to graduate. I 1 U c airmen are Cleft to Hugh M. Ayer, social scienceg and Dr. R. C. Plghtl Dr. E. G. Ballard, humanitiesg Dr. Sherman, sciences. wewly named division h ' Artisans Explain Jewelry Forms Mass-produced jewelry is im- proving due to the craftsmen's in- fluence on its style and design, a smelting company executive told a two-day Jewelry Lecture Confer- ence sponsored hy the art depart- ment. Guest speakers included an Iowa jeweler who specializes in organic- form jewelry, such as grapes. The artisan explained she was inspired by growing organisms and uses met- al shavings to create many of the desired textures. Gther departmental activities, in addition to senior exhibitions, fea- tured area artists in a regional in- vitational show. Local merchant Paul Voertman and Rudolph Fuchs of the art faculty study some sculpture on exhibition. N t T? l-1..- f a 1 - 1 i . I ' - l '4 i 4 1 K 4. l I' 5.2 3 1 A A it . ,' : I ' .J H . 1 : gp . . , .4 runs, , i .Tr ny -1 .xv W I- 4 ,T I", ' ' i ti Q L'-'J . ,lb if y J: ' I 1 l llf. Normlrl William-. Dir:-mor, Dx-pnrtmcnt ol Art. Y "Q ' ' ucca . VK ho VK ho-Art William livans, Terre Haute, Ind. 6 1 I l i i E l 1 l t l l l an H Deslgn About The chief P Association C isto expose II the professiol fessional desl to tell meml like in their Rob Lawtc of Dallas' lair cies, Tracy-I bers at one Kepler, a N lectured on t ing to empl Christmas 1: be registeret junior stand WVR BOTTOM R1 ROW TWO: Row THRE Vaughan, sp: SAAD Y l Designers Hear 5 About Careers sf-CD ' r The chief purpose of the Student Association of Advertising Desi 'fi' 811 is to expose members to concepts of A the profession, and practicing ro- P fessional designers were brought in to tell members what things are lik ' e in their future careers. Rob Lawton, art director at one of Dallas' largest advertising a e g 11- cies, Tracy-Locke, spoke to mem bers at one meeting and Dutch K l ep er, a North Texas graduate, lectured on the problems of adjust- ing to employment at the club's Christmas party. Members must ' BOTTOM ROW: F. Carter, vice-president, J. Hodges, president, K be registered for Art 250 OI' have X Havis, secretary-treasurer. ROW TWO: R. Fuchs, sponsor, Dr. M junior standing, Vaughan, sponsor, D. Horn, publicity chairman. F F5 fha 'WP' BOTTOM ROW: B. Garrirserr, D, Handley, L. Maries, L, Biffar, c. Cochran, s. Mosse, D. Chase, D. Baker, C. Jones, L. Lamb. ROW TWO: K. Starkey, J. Marshall, A. High, R. Mansfield, B. Smith, C. Havis, F. Carter, R. West, R. Fuchs, sponsor, L. Grasper ROW THREE: R. Yardley, B. Herman, G. Wilder, D. Russel, D. Horn, c. M M h ' Vaughan, sponsor. c a an, J. Hodges, J. Mlllet, D. Anderson, Dr. I87 SAID Students Tour Design Firms Members of the Student Associa- tion of Interim' Design CSAIDJ. open to all interior rlesign HlZ1jUI'S. obwrverl and rliscfnsserl lmsiness opcwzitions rluring tours of several Ilnllns zinrl l-'nrt Wortli interior clo- sign firms, invlnrling llzillns' Eliza- lwtli Sllldil lelecnzm Stuflio nnrl 'I'itc'lio's f'o1nInc-nfizil flOl'lll'Zll.'l0l'S :xml l"rn'l XYrn'!li's lloswvll Foy ln- li'l'iul's. Jnmc-s Sprnfllin. :in SAID mem- lx-1', was :iwzmlc-rl :i National Sovi- .qw- vty' uf Interior lim-sigm-rs scliolnr- 01 I If IIR5' J. glare pr nm, V- 'A 4 . . '. ogmni vlmirnmn: J. Bacon, scc'1'c-tary: D. J 1 I lix NK Illl llll lf. Nlm'f'l'C:ll'y'. Nnlmrs. pn-sifli-iii: ll. Hnrrc-ti. treasurer. R. clUllj,1ll.SIJ0l1SfJI'Q L. llzitlox. 1 NSIIJ nntionnl rlirm-1'tcn'. Vll'1"I'V4'Qlfl4'l'll 0 .o r' M-Lg, 4- All rf rn A CJ F1 'I lHYl'l'll31 ' l . Spy' ' fl' llnrkfr- ,Ig Hnufrlx' D' Fmlnf. M, Slim-fK'l' -l lil'Y1I'.lll. ll llurrvtt, S. 'l'l1r'it.7.J, Iincon, S. Homer-man, D. Nuhorn ' ' i ll -1 ll - ll UND lkUVvf l, 5fx'l'JlYlIlD.fl, --l f l.irl:, fy llfvflmnn. J .Inm-fi' ll. lioltnn. -l. llirlgf-I, R. Sl1l'Vu'TlFf, J, RH-fu-, J. Hiuson, Gi lil-QTL ll Iloloif. I2 C,-i:1:l1,:igwf:-.fr-r RCW- 'llllllfl-f ll F-1-'-nizf-nz-r'r. fl ll:rrif. XR' llf"'m l H linvm I N1 r 'in ' 1 H l 1 'il Nl IT 'w ll In Curr' l N w ' sua n . N W 5 ' vi ef.. ef.. 1 .,, ,,.,4 ,Al ' , nf.,-I ' - 'f.- , - 'IT 4 . -. . 0 53. , J. Ilfsrror SAEA I Club Faculll' Va1iouS of Nl three-day regional been the 1 Student Art L CSAEAD this Members oil art education self-designed Gough of the studio home another art d members alsc in the profe teachers. 54 -. '21 BOTTO i TWO: M Q Lamg. Spouse .Sp-. SAEA Club Visits Faculty Homes Various studio visits to the homes of art faculty professors plus a three-day stopover in Waco for a regional convention of the Nation- al Art Education Association have been the principal activities of the Student Art Education Association KSAEAJ this year. Members of the club, open to all art education majors, toured the self-designed home of C. Ray Gough of the art faculty and the studio home of Henry Whiddon, another art faculty member. Club members also learned about Work in the profession from Working teachers. OFFICERS' M S d . . an ers, assistant vice-president, H. Cooper, presi dent, J. St. John, vice-president, R. Laing, sponsor, I. Graves secretary, J. Melton, treasurer. A AQ emi sg'-f ' .- .. . I-. lv ', ' P, ill' rth, M. Ste' , S. M Cown, M. Morgan, L. VVhite, J. St. John, J. Melton. ROW flalgfnl-gr M. Sanders, V. kIj.bI!g1?i?i-lgll, D.KHal-ri'lIsiwI,.. Ball, I. Giglves, P. cCan1pbel1, J. Vrooman, H. Cooper, S. Van Zandvoord,.R , Sponsor. Costume Design Club Models Own Creations The Costume Design Club. an organization for costume design niajors. presented a fashion show fezituringg student rlesignecl, made and moflelefl creations for members of the Newcoiners Club, a group of faculty wives. The club hearrl :1 lecture on lin- gerie by Mr1rg1:ii'et Bearlle of the Russell-Newinzin Dosigfn Foinpany in Denton and visited the Austrian I4'o1'lnight :it Neiinzin-Nlriwus where they cxzuninocl originzils by Dior, f'li:inc'l, flnllzinos, Nnrell zinrl Tri- zinzi. Xlnsl were hzinrl-sewn und one c'rc-:ilion was ai l'UIlll'0X'Cl'SlZli stole inzirlv of bziby' swans' l'e:ithei's. .-' X I , le . -50 OFFICERS: M. Haeflner, secretary: J. McDonald, sponsorg G. Kirs- ten. publicity chriirmang N. Ahlfinger, president: G. Woods, vice-prcsi- dent. x .ZZVAH . .I fl' .ZH H" me 7 l "X il l""f f' W l 1' f' r I1 r' llill miwiwri f' ll lll 1' fl I. , mm riuui iff, lrl f linl ll, 7 N illi f ,,i A V . .,.l., H R Kira lrum, -I. Mi clu thi Plans foi odist Studs as were a by the Dal ference of The Me' be built c Of the Avi tersection: religious c it courses Other i Student 1 Christ Bi The M new Bilol Philip VX First Me to 1955, SMU's l and the nald, sponsor, G. Kirs- Q G. Woods, vice-presi- Wai . G. Kffswif ffiflfii liindsffoml "igl IH fl Ministers at the religious centers serve students in many capacities in- l d' c u ing counseling. They also teach Bible classes including Surveys of the Old and New Testaments. Plans for a new 3145,000 Meth- odist Student Center at North Tex- as were announced in December by the Dallas-Denton District Con- ference of the Methodist Church. The Methodist center, which will be built on the southwest corner of the Avenue B-Maple Street in- tersection, is one of three campus religious centers which offered cred- it courses this year. Other groups were the Baptist Student Center and the Church of Christ Bible Chair. The Methodist group also had a new Bible instructor this year. Dr. Philip Walker, pastor of Denton's First Methodist Church from 1940 t0 1955, received his training at SMU's Perkins School of Theology and the University of Chicago. Methodists Plan New Building 1965-66 was a year of firsts for the Baptist Student Union, initiating some programs that Director Brit- ton Wood hopes will become tradi- tion. In the fall, the Rev. Bill Pinson, associate professor at Fort Wo1'th's Southwestem Baptist Theological Seminary, kicked off the BSU Fall Lecture Series with a group of talks centering on Christianity facing a modern world. One activity carried into spring was the adult literacy program, in which BSU-trained student volun- teers teach illiterate adults. lg ,A :aux , x B01 IYJN1 ROW N1 Ward D XX alkcr N1 K raham N I lrni. ROW TWO: Rev. B. Wood, direcborg 1 f V With N Smith ROW VH R I1 kcftt, CT. Dixon, J. Pickett, Dr. R. Ware, i Year The P a pIOi6S50r second lf cussed of the I Review Dr, RIC Valladolid tile tea change In ad partment of "Romeo tion which l ' h N Dr. E. S. Director, ici Hrs-mor the DP, lliliiating Hector Brit. become tradi- J' Blu Pinson, Fort Wgrthis t The0lOg'iCa1 the BSU F311 group 0f talks mty f3.Cl1ig 3 1 spring ' PFOSTHIH, in udent vohm. dults. wi Q1 C e Q,- fwf' . wwf: 4'5?'we .,5. Rich Describes Year in Spain The problems and experiences of a professor teaching English as a second language in Spain were dis- cussed by Dr. Carroll Rich as a part of the English department's Book Review Series. Dr. Rich spent nine months in Valladolid in the heart of old Cas- tile teaching on a Fulbright ex- change fellowship last year. In addition to the series the de- partment sponsored two showings of "Romeo and Juliet," a produc- If-,-,., i S t101'1 Which WOI1 the 1954 Venice A diagramming method in the transformational 'school is ex Film Festival. ' ' plained to English students by Dr. Charles B. Nelson. X vs me-4 'Q wil V"'f it Q - 1-f. A N - 'W' .'::,:t:i p L,.,: ' N ':"'t':?3'g Lil Henry Sue McDonald Yucca Who's Who - English ui-. E. s. Clifton D11'eCt01', Department of English I s Sigma Tau Delta Honorary Holds Readings, Debate "Sigma Tau Delta members have what is perhaps a selfish philoso- phy." said the national English fra- ternitv's president, Darlene Alford, "hut we're active for ourselvesfl The honor organization, which re- quires members to he English ma- jors with a 2.5 grade point average in hoth overall and English work, held several "participation" meet- ings during the year. In one, mem- hers conducted a debate on "The Ililemma of Modern Man in Our Soc-iety": in another, members read and discussed their favorite poems. OFFICERS: L. Miller, sponsorg W. Fuller, treasurerg S. Husen, secre- taryg D. Alford, presidentg E. Templeton, vice-presidentg M. Whitten, sponsor. rar, -Q- 0 A x 8.7 X.. ' lllll IXUM IUIVI. V-' lfiill-'rx S -loin-., D. ."xll'nrrl, fi 'llirlnmf-, -I. llzirris, lil 'I'a'mplcf11m, S. fNiCDon:1lrl. RUYV TVVO: J. Aiicrbury, M Xflual,-ii, 1.2-.-Q?..rg Nl CU-nlglu: 1' Xg-mi,-.. S. lin-.,-11, S. Spnj, Run. THREE: Dr. Lv Mmpf' ,,p,,n-am.: M, Mmmm J Spmdlvv D 'f.1r-rn-ir.- . --1'-ir, li llarr--ti ' ' T" 9 "' l C: ,X 5 I0 M Grou Tod cerned which 3 Spon centl Of the spoke tics," jour Cole ccllang-L new idea lecture. dreams f S I V. BOTTO1 M. Sapp Husen, secre- M. Whitten: 51 GQ I 1.2.-A., , lv' . , 4. .,. M. b111'Y' B Junior Mary Group Explores Today's Language A literary club should be con- cerned with the language of today, and that was the topic around which a series of seven lectures sponsored by Junior Mary Arden centered. Dr. Chester A. Newland, director of the government department, spoke on the "Language of Poli- tics," following a lecture on the journalistic argot by Mrs. Barbara Colegrove of the journalism faculty. "Language is used for thinking of new ideas," Dr. Newland said in his lecture. "We use it to think of dreams for man to dream." jcpsgg 'i Vx it ...gk 'QX OFFICERS: G. Leach ' K , sponsor, . McLean, treasurer, R. Woodward parliarnentariang G. Killion, vice-president, S. Turner, secretary, D Handley, president. 4' ' K 'wg . ' it 'P dxf N A is--L .. 'X . -4 Q i Cu 3 , L, hsto M, H ' , G. Kill' , B. Hoiman, S. Samples. ROW TWO: D, Handley, N, Scott, M- Sglgglllsftxzxge, Jagisldh. RO1l37lf THRRIEL. Vaughagi? R. Woodward, J. Sego, M. Elkins, S. Mayer, G. Leach, sponsor. . 35 Ns 'S.' C in t Ann Gfa Yucca X ., R J 'h ,w N., '. 7 61 x,f"As X 7 1 K . ll . . ROW: V, liit-las. M. Morizan, K. Ludden, A. Penna. M. Guerra, J. VValker. ROXV TNVO: M. Peery, sponsorg S. McDonald, J ltogfi-rv-, H. Meanl., IJ. VVallis, l.. Vllhite, B. Buchel. ROYV THREE: F. Maples. K. Knowles.. L. Faweelitnfl. Ijzmcusier, J. Hollis. .I llzirri-1, t' fxtdwriini. ROXX' FOUR: L. Park. T. Gallaugher, R. Moore. P. Janson. B. Garritson. T. Cissik. b. Horn, K. Norris. l't7'l"'l'UNl Senior Mary Women Hear Psychologist Senior Mary Arden is named for the mother of Shakespeare, which is appropriate for a eluh designed to advanee literary interests. Open hy invitation to junior and senior women. memhership in the eluh re- quires a H average. In the last year. the Club held a rush tea and sponsored several lec- tures. Dr. Paul Enoehs of the psy- ehologfy' faculty spoke on the appli- cations of the seienee to the indi- viduals at a Ramada Inn meeting. A spokesman from Dallas! KERA- TY. Channel 113. spoke about edu- eational television. 1 1 l , i . 4 UI-'l"If'l'lRH: J. Rogers. seeretaryg J. Harris, treasurerg J S. llorn. wif-e-pre:-identg l". Maples, presidentg M. Perry, Dr Ph. . eponmr: J. Lan:-ristffr. '.'lC'f'-1JTC:SltlCI'IfQ C. McCown, re- Diive 1111 porter. Ctor, Ann Gray Yucca Who's Who - French V -. T" S. McDonald, stef, J. Hollis, rn, K. Norris. ufefi 35 y if Perfyr 01 :Gown I .,...., ..., Dr. Philip Smyth D1rec t01', Department of Foreign Language Smyth Writes Literary History As part of a series of condensed literary histories, Dr. Philip Smyth, foreign language department direc- tor, authored a 70-page book en- titled "An Outline of Spanish and Spanish-American Literature." Dr. Jacob Hieble on the German staff is preparing "An Outline of German Literature" for the same New York-state publisher. Foreign language faculty mem- bers also attended regional meet- ings of their professional societies such as the South Central Modern Languages Association where Dr. J. L. Gerding addressed one session. i '-M.,..,.a-'Ns' William Pulte i Yucca Who's Who - Spanlsh 3 Y' Sigma Delta Pi Honoraries Hold Combined Party To become a member of Sigma Delta Pi, a national fraternity for Spanish students, pledges must have credit in two advanced Span- ish courses with a 2.0 grade point average in all their Spanish work. There is no formal pledgeship, and initiation is held in September. The fraternty's principal activity last year was a hilingual, hi-custom C'hristmas party with Pi Delta Phi, a national organization for French students. where memhers cele- hraterl the Yule with the customs and in the languages of hoth lands. - H l Q Sh0 On Pi DH organza combin- Decem Sp3,I'1iSiI annual The slide a mediev To li the soc advanc A in o grade work. OFFICERS: O. Cuellar. vice-president, L. Fawcett, secretary-treasurer, E. Pugh, president. I . 'S fi Civ l4O'I"I'OTxl ROW: J. Schurh. J. Harris. L. Fawcrfu, P. Hum, G. Thomas, L, Barber, P. Chapman. ROW TWO: B. BO Shufnril. Y. liuflli-y. -l. Rogers, lf. Davila. B. Means. L. l'lc-mlriclz. P. Badgett. ROW THREE: O. Cuellar, C. Wade, F TT' Ni. lattlvpngv, lf. Pugh. J. la-'iliFIlSil'l'. ff Rc-csc. J. Lf-fu ' HOV 9 .-.I , 7, tary-treasurer, F Or B' Ewwadef FTOM F. H Pi Delta Phi Show Presented On Cathedrals Pi Delta Phi, a national honorary organization for French students, combined talents and languages last December with Sigma Delta Pi, a Spanish society, for the two groups' annual Christmas party. The French club also presented a slide and lecture show on French medieval cathedrals. To be eligible for membership in the society, a pledge must have six advanced hours in French with an A in one of those courses and a 2.5 grade point average in all French work. 'uri ROW: T. Herder, sponsor, A. Gray F Maples S McDonald M Guerra O Booker L Barber ROWT OWSOD, W. Fuller, M. Sanders, J. Short, E Templeton B Means D Creed K No f E Library Home Of New Media Thirty-seven librarians learned last summer that a library can be a materials center capable of admin- istering and providing the newest in educational media as well as pro- viding traditional book and periodi- cal services. One guest speaker told the Na- tional Defense Education Agency Institute for School Librarians that their group was gaining national recognition in researcher and mate- rial specialist roles. The NDEA grant which financed the workshop, directed by Dr. Sarah Kennerly, has been renewed for this summer. Bindery manager Gene Smith works at the Ludlow type- casting machine which his office purchased last year. vnu-Q Dr. David A. Webb Director of Libraries h'llf'f'Il Wlirfs Who - Librziry Service -, - ii i. ' 1:7 1. Di ' it BOTTOM R V. Clarke, se Phillips. R0 Alpha Be' Pledg For A For the has beer tied for Award I Alpha, n ternity. The 1 Dledgesh member: week in bers and 816 respi gfam. Ii held thi for the c Schooll Ludlow type- styear. f""f'3 lf S 5 1 l z. fig .7 kfflfd 6 Lan viC9 SCT QTY ' li BOTTOM ROW' L Dug er M M La hlin . . g , . c ug , B. Magax, B. Lankford, J. Cowart, G. Killion, K. Jagoe, M. Phillips, B, Thibodeaux V. Clarke, sponsor. ROW TWO: S. Estes, B. Windsor, B. Fox, B. Grunow, C. Lacy, V. Butter, J. Penick, C. Newman, S. Freese M Phillips. ROW THREE: J. Orr, C. Tharp, K, Lorigan, C. Spann, L. Hendrick, D. Furr, D. Peairs, J. Kimbro, L. Hagler, J, Taylor Alpha Beta Alpha , Pledges Tie For Award 'For the first time since the award has been presented, two pledges tied for the Outstanding Pledge Award presented by Alpha Beta Alpha, national library service fra- ternity. The club has a full semester Pledgeship, in, which prospective members must study two hours a week in the library, visiting mem- bers and keeping a manual. Pledges are responsible for the January pro- 8Tam. In other activities, the club held their annual Christmas party for the children of the Denton, State School for the Mentally Retarded. WE Aa. I 1 ., I'lU'fU5'CHA1 if I .A ,---' I dm I wsmgfh In "' , - .,-is-A : W ' 2, . ' : u...,amh A ,4 x W, z . Q F 0 Zzzil A 3535? is 3,-ff. 1 if 1 ' - Y ff Q.. JW" """" Library service students are responsible for the creation of displays in various departments including music. f ii wsu XX'lm.f- Whit . .Irmiimnlism New Staffer Leads J Story The lead to the journalism story this year was the naming of Martin L. Gibson as news reporting instruc- tor and adviser to the Campus Chat. Gibson, a North Texas ex, came to the department from the Hous- ton Chronicle where he was chief of the night copy desk. Gibson replaced Robert L. Stan- ley who is now at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in preparation for working with mis- sion publications. it-if K- 1 E--' 1 'inf fi- .QQ .P J-.,,7s.4, -f'-" .f 4 ., . ' - Z'-F - AL.,-V-,.:-,,-,,, , ,- -..,.. -- -W H , .,,,,..,.,,, , , , . , C. E. Shuford Director, Department of Journalism .lim Uully men mont C won nalislll are wwf' prospectsa. S0 Womenls Joum vied W0 Dau speak on ieb Ol' Mfg, Pat agent Br and Mist M917 advertiSiI1g PPG panel and dlscu The gT0UP all las professional tea held at th Club. Nelufalllf x 4 1 i e x ??' ' gt , ' BOTTOM Each Flldfiy afternoon the Chat staff meets to criticize that week'S SDfay.R0l1Al91YI: papers and suggest improvements. I E-.. E. Shuiord J ournalism Theta Sigma Phi Women Learn About Careers Naturally Women going into jour- nalism are interested in that field's prospects, so Theta Sigma Phi, Women's journalism fraternity, in- vited two Dallas professionals to speak on job opportunities. Mrs. Pat Zahrt, public relations agent with Braniff International, and Miss Mary Alice Cretzsinger, advertising specialist, were on the panel and discussed their positions. The group also attended the Dal- las professional chapter's Christmas tea held at the new Dallas Press Club. ":l"' 4... . is Theta Sigs had their rummage sale this fall to raise money for national convention expenses. F 'l 2 1 i i I 'Q sl A 13 15 'i i i i i l T f I I I l ii ii E 5 -1 aww .N X 'ffm s.. T1 BOTTOM ROW: N. Fry, A. Penna, B. Beyring. ROW TWO: G. Spencer, A. Voss, G. Spray. ROW THREE: L. Wright, M. Tatum, M. Simpson, s. selk. sl .15 li is if 'i I wi ! l lf if -'Q-r. e f lA.-ll F' . I -it: . juni. :E is 5 A"-1 5 JT' is Sigma Delta Chi Criminal Code Subject of Panel Dist. Judge W. C. Boyd told Sigma Delta Chi members and other journalism students that the new Texas Criminal Code will not restrict crime news reporting. "But," he warned at a panel spon- sored hy the professional journal- ism society, "we are going to have to depend on the integrity of the news media to discipline themselves not to use information that might hurt court proceedings." The society presented their first annual Award of Excellence to Wal- ter Humphrey, editor of the Fort Worth Press. and also initiated the Robert L. Stanley Scholarship. . A.. f Q ,"T?-l Denton Dist. Atty. John Lawhon speaks on the new criminal code as Dallas News Harry McCormick listens. 6 BOTTOM ROW: 5011, ROW TWO: THREE: S. WBSB Press Club l Reorgar Starts ' The North OPSH 'ILO all jou d9l'W6Ill3 3, mg lhls DHSt year Sf5V9l1 116W ofiiq t10K10EI'l6W bw . fl Ough hmlfed mostl meelH1eS,the soria journaliq Eigssgt wh to them the ' and news speakers an .97-. BOTTOM ROW: J. Meyers, M. Majors, S Whitson S McGraw T Holton R Bean A Perma C Edwards J Kendrick M Rmear son. ROW TWO: B. Beyring, C. Lisk, D. Conner E Richards S Duddleston M Hall K Dennis G Jackson M Buchholz ROW THREE: S. Wesatzke, L. Erwin, D. Cletcher O Garza L Payne J Craig S Gaidosik C DGDJIIS S Klker sponsor J Blshop Press Club P' Reorganization Starts Year The North Texas Press Club, .open to all journalism students, un- derwent a massive reorganization this past year with the election of seven new ofiicers and the formula- tion of new by-laws. Although 'activities have been limited mostly to organizational meetings, the club planned to spon- sor a journalism career day in the Spring in which high school stu- dents in the area would be invited to the campus to inspect printing and newspaper facilities and hear Speakers in the profession. "-' "ff f-, er, " 9-' " ,0- 'll ANG 'H' After class discussions are often as important teachers discuss basic concepts and ideas. in philosophy classes as lectures. Students and Classes Move Into New UB Beginning this year the philos- ophy classes moved into their new quarters in the UB. The faculty was increased to four full-time instructors along with sev- eral part-time graduate teachers. Four new courses, American Phi- losophy, Analytic Philosophy, Phi- losophy and Literature and Pro- Seminar, designed for interpreta- tion, examination and critical evalu- ation of philosophic texts, concepts and arguments, were also added. The build-up of faculty and courses was made with the hope that philosophy would eventually become a full department in the university. Regents New BU Speech 4 The inter nt Was . iiethe Constm One vvte NOV' Passing of amendII19T1l9 311' okay 21 Classrc will house that The rege11'0S ter plannmg and Scott of . for the p1'0J6Q'0- A completioi 1967, has been building will lc inaddition to Directors Der 1 ldw. 3,-15 114, . v . .. ... in Ll' JD 5 ' ew .tts iff D wasedmlml l,. Llilig Ji pl ar new -rfflcan W .n .4 i ,. .--gg. swam l at 3112 2 EVEN' CGQCWE ", .ed zladdand A! ' 'A r ,. I , ,wifi ' .if-5J"f ' ,FWS A tj I . 721 . A lf' . 'l rfff . Milli, if J' ' ,if . Regents Okay New Building The speech and drama depart- ment Was interested in the results of the Constitutional Amendment One vote Nov. 1. Passing of the building-fund amendment allowed the regents to okay a classroom building which A Will house that department. The regents also named the mas- ter planning firm, Caudill, Rowlett and Scott of Houston as architects for the project. ' A completion date of September, 1967, has been set. Included in the building will be television facilities in addition to a stage. A radio and television student practically applies the knowledge he has acquired in classroom instruction. 'll if , Dr. R. V. Holland l r Director, Department of Speech and Drama ...X K ,f -1 , Samantha Graham Yucca Who's Who - Speech and Drama Alpha Psi Omega Actors Admitted On Crew Points Alpha Psi Gmega is an honor or- ganization in drama, and member- ship is considered a recognition of achievement in the speech and drama department. Included in the stiff membership requirements is possession of 200 crew points, achieved over a period of about two years by working in campus pro- ductions. Prospective members turn in point sheets and, if voted in by the members, serve an apprentice- ship ending with initiation. Each must perform a three-minute cut- ting of Shakespeare. OFFICERS: Dr. S. Hamilton, sponsor, M. Seelig, vice-president, J. Messick, treasurer, J. Wright, secretaryg B. McMillin, president. 917:- ,w36 pl hr -' lx will C' I i MJ ' s fax! .c ,iz BO'I'I'OM fi . . ' - n . . . x1mm..I. biftiiiiltoppr' S' Hamllton' sponsor' J' Short' P' DeG'O0t' ROW TWO: M- Seehg, L- Counts, M' Sfmth' B' MC' BOTTOM R guez, J. Cissr sponsor. Radio-TV Announf Basebal l'D'S gg' lh9Y'll ev That's Mercer t. bers duri Mercer IHS Cowh half-innif helled to by the Hone feet of in E1 found hasnt Years," lresidentg J. .dent. s, 'V ' wwf' ,Qui 1 , l if H .4 6 wg .. M Q -X GA N. gf.. Ay 3: mf 555' 5173 xi' J - PT ' I .,, ' gif, ' M l 'Q N- E 'VTP x 4 . M.. ,....,' ' ,. ., .Nw I BOTTOM ROW: M. Hair, T. Washmon, G. Barkley, L. Bearden, P. Haynes. ROW TWO: A. Chanler, J. Rodri- guez, J. Cissne, M. Conner, J. Turney. ROW THREE: D.Cejka, A. Hair, T. Bearden, L. Tobias, Dr. T. Colson, sponsor. Radio-TV Announcer Fakes Baseball Game It's gotten to the point Where they'll even fake baseball. n That's what sportscaster Bill Mercer told Radio-TV Club mem- bers during a lecture this year. Mercer, who broadcasts the Dal- las Cowboys games on radio, said half-inning information may be fun- nelled to the studio to be put out by the announcer. "One time we had the sound ef- iect of a train going by a stadium ln E1 Paso," Mercer said. "We f0und out the next day .... There hasn't been a train by there in 15 years." OFFICERS: L. Tobias, vice-president, G. Barkley, historian Smith, B- Mc' P. Haynes, treasurer, J. Cissne, president, L. Bearden, secre tary, Dr. T. Colson, sponsor. Debate and Forensics Debaters Shine On Weekends Weekends usually mean a chance to get away from it all. But for members of the Debate and Fo- rensics Club, Friday just starts the ball rolling. Weekends are enlivened by tournaments at area and regional schools, such as TCU, Southeast Oklahoma and Southern Missis- sippi. This year North Texas' senior squad was composed of two women, Jehhy Prindle and Cathy Stricklin. In many of the debate events the pair faced all-male competition. OFFICERS: J. Prindle, presidentg Dr. W. DeMougeot, sponsorg C. Stricklin, secretary, A. Phenix, vice-president. ff' , 'S 'rs F10 'T I 1113- ...Inf V- J. . l BOTTOM ROW: D. Sobcy, C. Whitworth E. Yarbrough P Walla K. B ROW TWO' L Cunningham, Q Qfcgfdlbcfq- 1l2-,CQOf11fif0- L. Gwdsor-. Dr, W. DeMouf:+Sorf sp0n5fff'RoWedi1-i315iEE: L. Thetford, E. smckun, - - V1 ln- ' - nm lv. B. Cannon. A. Phenix. ROW FOUR: P. Edwards, W. Hickox, R. Miranda, J. Palmer, H. xwm,-. Playel 60 Al For 60 OI year With a long Pu could actu. Workers thing from setting it F apprentice are not 4 members about 25 k The gro' year, two its sponsoi ton of t faculty. 7 ii if I 1 ' A ,jj L Liv' J, . , l I as I BOTT Hamglvt Moggess, C: .J egottif C ' 001181- sponsor, C. ff? surf," . -.,z Cunningham' ford, E- Palmer: 'anday J' University Players Players Boast 60 Apprentices For 60 or so students working this ll Y year with University Players, it Was a long pull before most of them Q1 could actually become members. Workers Who could be doing any- thing from constructing scenery to setting it up onstage, can become apprentices in the group, but they are not completely accepted as members until they have served about 25 hours. The group presents four plays a year, two of which are directed by its sponsor, Dr. Stanley K. Hamil- ton of the speech and drama faculty. OFFICERS: S. Loudermilk, vice-president, Dr. S. Hamilton, sponsor, F. Fuller, secretary-treasurer, J. Bethurum, president. BOTTOM ROW: L Sams A Hurdin S Kelly P Wheeless T Washmon C Treen, S..Engledow, C. Glick, F. Fuller, L. LeQuire, B Eva-1t1'1P, E. Berry, Dr. S. Hamilton, sponsor. ROW TWO: J. Morton, M. Seelig, T. Powers, C. Tobola, C. Crumley, D.-Garlmgbon, B MPESGSQ, C. Czssne, J. Turney, J. Wright, P. DeGroot, K. Aden. ROW THREE: R. Ragan, J. Messick, C. Monferdlm, C. Hunt, N J enottl, C. Smith, B. Kerr, C. Ford, J. Linsay, C. Moody, F. Phillips, J. Short, B. Read: ROW FOUR: P. Muscanere, B. Saperston ' C00P01', S. Loudermilk, J. Bethurum, B. McMillin, M. Smith, C. Cowan, M. Morse, L. Slemsen, R. McGee. Sigma Alpha Eta Therapists Get New Sponsor North Texas' chapter of Sigma Alpha Eta, speech and hearing fra- ternity, got a new sponsor this year. Miss Darlene Daniels, graduate of LSU, replaced Miss Caroline Rai- ford, who is continuing her doctoral studies at Purdue. Miss Daniels spoke to the group about the activities at the conven- tion of the National Speech and Hearing Association in December. The society also heard Dr. James D. Tyson of the state school discuss communication disorders. OFFICERS: D. Mallard, treasurer, S. Graham, vice-presidentg T. Massey, ' secretary, C. Clarke, president, D. Daniel, sponsor. - N a ?C I: 1 'Q A K1 ga-W BOTTOM HOXY: D. Daniels. sponsor: P. Jost. T. Vllashmon, M. Yancey, S. Clark, B. MOSS. ROW TWO: ' li: Nickle-lwrry. Ransom. C. Clarke. K. Vkfilliams. J. Gilbert. ROVV THREE: D. Kelley, S. Graham, B. ' Txnult. B. Gr-or. T. Massey. A, Reid. ROW FOUR: D. Mallard. J. Herring, M. Meyers, T. Long, F. Plagens. Feder paver For ApP1'0V grallt Pa biology bl structed 1 the Avei tion. Federa provided Acts and million i1 ' When it will be building Master's the chei now shai r l I 'I-., f'j1 .. 4 Va. , P , W. James Yucca entg T. Massey, '03 uf' I l 5' x I Q TWO: Wm- Rglglham, B' if-yifig Plagerw r I ' Federal Grant Paves Way For Building Approval of a S697 ,863 federal grant paved the way for a new biologybuilding which is being con- structed at the northwest corner of the Avenue B-Chestnut intersec- tion. - Federal funds for the building are provided by the Federal Facilities Acts and are being matched by 31.2 million in state funds. ' When the building is completed it will be the third largest classroom building on campus and most of Master's Hall' will be turned over to the chemistry department which now shares it with biology. . ,fis . , 53 Y., 51, James Spurlock, Denton Yucca Who's Who -Biology A l l 3 , ,, E l l , I H I x I l il ll is , . a ,Q Dr. J. K. G. Silvey in Director, Department of Biology it 1,7 QE l, lu """"'Q""' " ?'Cj'ff'j"7',fl"7f?3"f1f"j"" lil .M xl K, ,- ' , -. ."'. V, -'.' X , .'.' if --Q15 f Q .".f Q 'g "', ,. . 1 -f,,, fmgzy. ' I, V y s " if ' ' ' " l ',." V f fsas' ' JY-I lfivf il' f F y ' as 'if r if A..t. , N ' T V.sf g. I X , K X f ,- Q. Z. X .415-gig? --,. A I ,jg . I, Qi . , I , - " ,: , sff21?Ff'Y 'f'-.'f3:4ffgL rf ' ff' 'fiym' I 4 ViNLjf,f ,...i.,.,.,. .... if . Q Q , , . A .33 E' , V a 1 if ii ag: f f r... 5 . r 'E E gl E54 f ...ff .... ' I rits i A ii f 1 if it W' A ,,., ss 3, 32 fefwglg i . Q y E- , .qw E E' E . lg -2- gd .L 5: lf, . mf. , N . ., f " lf: I M U 3 2 K ' i . 'Y ' ' "'-,QWQQM C Q . , Q , A, , is DH A 2' ' 1- U igl 6 1' t , 3. - -s.. -Q I 2. .. V-,r, .... ..., . s , f 4- " 'X ' f i ,. . ' or A Q L X f f 7 , , .. ,J D l . L I. . , This is the architect's conception of the new Biology Building being built on the parking lot south of Masters Hall on Chestnut. I . - , ...vs . ,C ,qs 6 Q Q A Aa . . . ,, 1 Ugg? Q J gl -N.. v 4 Q x 'gas Rini- if iirx :KX rr. BOTTOM ROW: D. Francisco, S. Heros, N. Barber, Dr. H. Schlichting, W. Parsons, P. Faulk. ROW TWO: P. Splitts, K. Odom, S. Greenfield, J. Brokaw, F. Green, B. Blakistone, S. Welch, B. Neale. ROW THREE: T. Renshavy, J. Peterson, J. Rob- erson, S. Robinson, J. Haden, P. Stroble, E. Schlueter. ROW FOUR: R. Telfair, R. Parkhurst, L. Visentine, L. Alexander, M. Droitcourt, D. NVelch, B. Gun, L. Moore, M. Owen, G. Roberts. Beta Beta Beta lub Conducts NT Tours Beta Beta Beta, a national bio- logical fraternity. continued con- ducting tour of North Texas biology facilities for visiting high school groups despite "disappointing" re- sponse froin area teachers. Don Francisco. cluh president, concluded the lack of response was due to teacher's reluctance to com- plete whatever administrative steps it took to get the students here. Nevertheless. the Tri-Betas toured at least three classes through Masters Hall. 'Q BOTTOM ROW: D. Francisco, president, S. Robinson, vice-president, Dr. H. Schlichting, sponsor. ROW TWO: Dr. M. Schleuter, sponsor, M. Droitcourt, secretary, L. Alexander, historian, K. Odom, treasurer. lil New OVBI' Within chemistry 5104530 t Dr, Wi gmt fro Folmdatic series. Hit halogenat The se from thf Arthritis Dr. S. J. study in The las which car stipend t 31 ,. P. Splitts, K. eterson, J. Rob- Alexander, M. ,,. .. H1 --y vice-President: 'l , nSOri h l eu tent Sgiurer. fydom, I New Grants Total Over 3200,000 Within three weeks this year the chemistry department was .awarded 3104,530 for research. Dr. Vlfilliam T. Brady's 313,300 grant from the National Science Foundation in late June began the series. His award was for studies in halogenated ketenes. The second award was 337,500 from the National Institute of Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases to Dr. S. J. Norton for a three-year study in proline hydroxilation. The last and largest of the grants which came in mid-July was 353,700 stipend to Dr. G. C. Skinner. Dr. J. L. Carrico D1rector, Department of Chemistry i One of the larger grants in the chemistry department this year went to Dr. G. C. Skinner, shown here with two summer lab assistants. WTZWVMZZWXWM W ?"'f ,.4.4-.. Ralph Hight, San Antonio Yucca Who's Who - Chemistry Alpha Chi Sigma Chemists Assist Scouts On Badge As a special project this year, Al- pha Chi Sigma members gave dem- onstrations and technical assistance to high school Boy Scouts working on chemistry merit badges. A national professional fraternity, Alpha Chi Sigma is composed of male students who plan to work in some branch of chemistry. The club presents the Outstand- ing Freshman Chemistry Award at the University Day Honors Assem- bly held each spring. It also offers a tutoring service for beginning chem- istry students. The group also held a Homecom- ing and a Christmas party. OFFICERS: S. Waters, secretaryg O. Sparkman, presidentg J. Stockton, treasurerg G. Clifton, recorderg G. Peyton, vice- president. IAN C' fix H -.N ffm-..-, - , 1 R , ,- fo if BOTTOM ROW: G. Turner, G. Peyton. R. I-light, W. Vaughn, R.Escuc, J. Menifee. ROW TWO: J. Stockton, G. Clifton, O. Spark- mfm P. Edwards, J. Nathan, S. VVatcrs. : to . . fail il i. rg - 1,31 26 cf" ' 535325 , .. H . . if: . iz? ig -' 2- rip' af! r ' A -1, tg: J sg.: ..,. ef.. If iii'-1 Q?-T' --5? 'J . , , Ive .- i , G - V :N .i r k,.,. .. fh- : I X . ..- qw. may-:-f 5 'ifpzl -,xr '.. -. . Dr. Joh Director kman, presidentg G. Peyton, vice- . . S gk' - . . . 5 Clifton, O P Llellflyteaching fellows a1d students in the departmental clinic in addi en' regular classroom duties. ,- ,vyfq I iiglggigl Dr. John M. Mohat 1 Edward Ferguson, Denton Director, Department of Mathematics Yucca Whds Who - Math9matiCS Mohat Named New Director Dr. John T. Mohat, a member of the mathematics faculty since 1959, was appointed director of the math department last summer. His appoinment followed a re- quest by Dr. Herbert C. Parrish to return to full-time teaching. A National Science Foundation Grant to the department sponsored an institute for junior and senior high school math teachers last sum- mer. The institute was attended by 25 teachers from around the nation. It served as a refresher course for them as well as offering a possibility of nine hours graduate credit. Three members of the math de- partment attended the national Conference for Advancement of Science and Mathematics at the University of Texas Oct. 14-16. Two participated in the conference pro- gram. Kappa Mu Epsilon F5 cl or-13 ro :H . A xr!! OTT 0 3 C, L' d ' t, D, G ts , M. Gue ra, ROW TWO: L. Brooker, J. Riley, B. Hoffman, S3 PargoEls,1g.VSlmith, ci?-u1ii:kholz. RIOWJVOTHREE: Fischer, D. Brabham, B. Beyrmg, V. Larson, C. Caton, N. Scott. ROW FOUR: M. Keath, Dr. D. Cecil, sponsorg W. Matthews, S. Granstaff, G. Brookshear, E. Ferguson, B. Waltrip. Society Sponsors Frosh Math Test Kappa Mu Epsilon, a national society for mathematics students, holds an annual Freshmari Mathe- matics Achievement Test to honor an outstanding student in math. The test is composed by a student committee from faculty-submitted problems. The winner is recognized at University Day Honors Assem- bly in the spring. Purpose of t.he club is to promote an understanding of and an appre- ciation for the beauty of mathe- matics. Speakers last year included physicist Dr. Robert Budwine, who lectured on "Group Theory Appli- cations to Two-Dimensional Crystal Caton, vice-president. Structure." OFFICERS: s. smith, treasurerg G. Brookshear, presi- dentg D. Brabham, secretaryg Dr. D. Cecil, sponsor! C- phySiCS Four De NrahT' The Octefu ment, dire Jr, offers four BISW M.A. H11 facilities for I+ machine shop: nance S6I'V1C9 1620 compute! graduate Stal? search in 10V state physics with the Grad oitheSouthW and space. A1 accelerator wo L ii ox li I . X i ia. 1. Diregtofml iley, B. Hofiman, ag, V. Larson, C. li, G. Brookshear, R l l 1 Q t L ? 1 A presi- DireCt0I', Department of Physics Proolwhear' .C. J l . Cecil, S9099 , Physics Offer Four Degrees The North Texas physics depart- ment,'directed by Dr. L. F. Connell, Jr., offers four degrees- the B.A., B.S., M.A. and Ph.D. - and has facilities for research, including a machine shop, electronic mainte- nance service and use of an IBM 1620 computer. The eight-member graduate staff is conducting re- search in low - temperature - solid state physics and, in cooperation With the Graduate Research Cente ofthe Southwest, upper atmospher and space. A tandem Van de Graaff accelerator was under construction. be , of S Q Knowledge of complicated measuring instruments is basic to the study of modern physical principles. ' Dr. L. F. Connell John Harper, Fort Worth Yucca Who's Who - Physics 7, , b . V ,,..-. A v .-, gs. cf' m x 'r X 'L i '1 ' " ,-'rs fs . ,,., QV' X .,. , . ' rg Q- 5 72 BOTTOM ROW: Dr. M. Anderson, sponsor, M. Ahmad, N. Scott, H. Gebhart, D. King, R. Brown, Dr. L. Connell, sponsor. ROW TWO M. Mizell, D. Collins, J. Branch, P. Gronstal, Dr. W. Deering, sponsor, S. Granstaff, J. Sybert. ROW THREE: A. Iverson, J. Harper, B. Foster, J. Wilson, G. Pepper, K. Hathcox, M. McAnally. M Physicists Hear Pro Geologist The American Institute of Physics QNorth Texas sectionl, having for its purpose the promo- tion of an interest in the science, sponsored several lectures this year by area scientists in connection with Sigma Pi Sigma, an honorary physics society. Speakers included Dr. Francis Johnson of Dallas' Graduate Re- search Center of the Southwest who spoke about weather and its modi- fication, lan Gough, a geologist, and Dr. S. M. Hamzeh, an associate pro- fessor at Texas Woman's Univer- sity, who presented a lecture and demonstration on lasers. OFFICERS: Dr. W. Deering, sponsor, M. Ahmad, treasurer, J. Harper, president, K. Hathcox, vice-president. Nation2 InSl8ll sigma Pi S ups on two ph, h0110I'3-ry 1 olli091'S ffom ' , Berkrl' Ilgalllgg' Gadl 0fth6SO11th' the f0I'II13l 1965. Berkne of Physics." The tledgl ,ted most oi meetingS Wi tute of Phyf clude anlll known pers science. Sybert, mell. sponsor. ROW REE: A. Iverson, J. 74' I' lfnadf treasu er: J' Sigma Pi Sigma National Officers Install Chapter Sigma Pi Sigma, one of the new- est groups on campus, is a national honorary physics society. National officers from all over the nation and L. V. Berkner, former director of Dallas' Gaduate Research Center of the Southwest, Were on hand for the formal installation April 12, 1965. Berkner spoke on "The World of Physics." The fledgling club last year lim- ited most of its activities to joint meetings with the American Insti- tute of Physics, but future plans in- clude annual lectures by Well- known personalities in the field of science. - 'x ffa if .-...l.1. ......,..... ll I BOTTOM ROW: R. Brown, H. Gebhart, S. Granstaff. ROW TWO: Dr. M. Anderson Dr. J. Sybert, sponsor, Dr. L. Comiell. ROW THREE: J. Garlow, E. Neie, M. McAn- ally. ROW FOUR: Dr. B. Foster, M. Mizell, W. Waller, P. Gronstal. ROW FIVE: A Iverson, K. I-Iathcox, J. Harper. i 1 ISJODTTOM ROW: M. McAnally, treasurer, E. Neie, Pres. ROW TWO: Dr. J. y eff, Sponsor, K. Hathcox, V. Pres. ROW THREE: R. Brown, Sec. 22I 1' "' Improving the interview technique is basic out-of-class dislikes and general attitude patterns allows the students work for sociology students. Questioning based on likes, to see certain personality factors and spot mental concepts. Japanese Attend Eco Institute r Two Japanese teachers were among 32 participants in the Sum- mer Institute in Economics. The in- stitute, financed by a grant from the National Science Foundation, was designed to strengthen the sub- ject-matter competence of high school economics teachers. Dr. H. J. Friedsam, director of the Economics and Sociology De- partment, attended a 10-week sum- mer workshop at the University of Colorado. The workshop was on a study of mental health. Dr. H. J. Friedsam Director, Department of Economics and Sociology H 4 5 ,ar . , r , . Terry Yucca , , x, ' ,. 4 . .. , rx. n.:.W'M ' A ! I 1 K 1' : me 'pg i Ag, 3 ' ff Q' Kwai KQQRSNXQA fad ,. xg ., S f o QM XNSQ I I Terry Hall, Denton Linda Amacker, Houston Yucca Who's VVho - Economics Yucca Who's Who - Sociology the students it mental concepts. F .edsam Statistics is required for all majors in eco- Hall must master the use of calculators in . H, J- rl. logy UOIIIICS and sociology. Students such as Sharon order to complete many assignments. 10 1icS and Soc ' Knox Takes Leave For Doctorate Geology courses for the spring semester were cancelled at the last minute when Lee Knox of the geography 'faculty took a leave of absence to Work on his Ph.D. Knox is on a teaching fellowship at the University of Oklahoma. William Holmes attended a two- day NDEA convention in New York City during the Christmas holidays. The conference subject was applying for summer NDEA opportrmities. Five members of the geography faculty attended the Southwestern Social Science Meetings in April. Dr. Walter Hansen Director, Department of Geography Xp ,,., ,. A .plexiglass globe is used 'here to illustrate a sun-earth Harriet Blake, McGuire AFB, NJ. principle important in physical geography. , Yucca Who s Who - Geography Depa Pollc As pall educatior forcemen' ernment gram in the flfSl3 A dl'lV4 ships to 1 gfaln W3 lice Ass Worth pected t didates B.A. in IW ,f. 1 Dr. Walter Hansen :partment of Ge0grHPhY O AFB, NJ, . Q 're hy 4 Department Adds Police Program As part of the trend to raise the educational standards of law en- forcement ofiicers in Texas, the gov- ernment department began a pro- gram in police administration - the iirst of its kind in Texas. A drive to raise funds for scholar- ships to those interested in -the pro- gram Was begun by the Dallas Po- lice Association. The Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area is ex- pected to provide most of the can- didates for the program. Work in the field leads to the B.A. in government. .., 44 r Y Q. , .91 W f iZwff,7a,,,9 , wa fvfffpfij , fyQ,3'm-, wfywisgffa .f. ,fa fmwrfm Q .aw.f,.,Jf " ' - ..," . ' k, ff , , , J wry? f.51w,5,- ,' Dr. Chester A. Newland Director, Government Department Preston Lee Lawrence Yucca Who's Who - Government Roscoe Adkins of the government faculty listens to a P oint made by a student during administrative law. 54:12, 225 K' - 1 fx gn' .5745 is 3 R . . - iv ' , I5 l iii,-1 'fi if il rf ' r N . Texas Senator John Tower speaks to work of the first session of the 89th Con- North Texas Young Republicans on the gress at a meeting of the club last October. Young Republicans Choice Provided, Not Echo The North Texas chapter of Young Republicans, offering stu- dents a "choice, not an'echo," pro- vides one of several political outlets on campus. The organization, consisting of about 50 active members, sponsored several lectures this year by Rep- ublicans, including U.S. Sen. John G. Tower, John N. Leedom. Dal- las County Republican Executive Committee chairman, and Dallas County Commissioner Frank Crow- ley. 1 ' ' , f " N X.. ..--f 1 - gf .. Q '-f."r ' l fAF':f2a A ary 1 4 .1 -Mi-,.....-.' 7, 'fr 1,2 us b an "' Hr' .var-4 'AQ ...Liv , . ,. . .,.,..,...- .,.,.f...1 Q . ,.,..,-- ......- Ar... , ., , . .. OFFICERS: C. Dickey, executive committee, M. Wims, vice-presi- dent, J. Hendrik, secretary, R. Woodford, president, M. Jeffrey, executive committee, M. Stevens, treasurer. l i c 4 r l i z l l r 5 BOTTOM RC Q Thetford, R. ' 3 J. Boyd, W, Y i R. Durham, Y i l l I T, 'twiriiiiii nuns-nun ,.,,,... W.. f.-sfion of the 89th Con- zhe club last October. 4 K . si- . V1Ce'pre f, Jegfeyr wif pn ' ' Var.. f BOTTOM ROW: C. Smith, D. Fraim, C. Pridrnore, C. Boyd, M. Norwood, N. Munn, E. Boyd, S. Bussard, L. Aaron. ROW TWO: L. Thetford, R. Yarbrough, B. Waldrop, C. Lindsey, .A. Hughes, P. More, J. Parker, H. Katz. ROW THREE: E. Coggins, W. Smitherman, J. Boyd, W. Waller, W. Kelton, R. Kessler, R. Klng, K. Kinnard, M. I-Iatzenbuehler. ROW FOUR: J. Roberts, G. Ovard, R. Lover, R. Durham, W. McLean, L. Harris, J. Wiggans, R. Steenson, J. Haynes. . . ... my . . rt-. A BOTTOM Row- C D' k ' K W'1 J Th b J. Bell, K. McLennan. Row TWO: W.Sockwe11, ijlwattf M- Jeff1'L?Y,.L. 1Wi5Ee,ET5.VlzgggfoggCLdIfhr5iZ?eVMV5deOihZh. ROWSCT'1HREE ?1H2?rMariS, W' Schaefer' J' Hendrik, B. Baumgardner, ' HHS, L- Cass, S. Lowe, S. Blazyk, P. sockwell. X Young Democrats Baker Elected State Secretary North Texas Young Democrats' president William Baker was unani- mously elected secretary of the State Young Democrats at the state convention held in Arlington in March. Two other NT students were elected to the State Central Committee which is the general policy making organization for the YD's between conventions. During the year the club heard Texas Senator Ralph Yarborough who spoke on the 14-B Amendment and Dr. Cordell Smith of the gov- ernment faculty who talked on Viet Nam. State Representative Alonzo Jamison talks to North Texas Young Democrats at a tea given by the group in his honor. f X ff 'lS t' n14B Young Senator Ralph Yarborough mingles with on the Contmversla ec 10 - . n Studfmts Of bvth P3I't19S before speaking Democrats held this informal tea for him. 'WY B Baller, pe OFFICERS: P. STL S fm l I Nr RWM S, M RQ , R gaze, N4le1-g1inCerrB 1 wr, fll1M.' H M- Smurf fxv so North Texas YOUHE honor. n 'young ll Qfr4:ti0n lfeifol' him' 14 lflformal ff, .4-"""'p OFFICERS' P Studley state central 't . . , t - retaryg B. Baker, president. comml ee Caspary' Sec M N klrk A Yaife C Baker Y Jon BOTTOM R0 . . . S- M W' M' Williams, A- Palewsky, L. Gantt, E. Gingles, A. Penna, C. Lindquist, . ew ' , . , . , . ' ' ' ' ' h S. B' d J, Landress Sze. ROW . , , R S TWO G Jackson L W11k1HS J Yarbrough I Wiley P Hunt P S1egfr1ed,D. Sa1chek,J. Smit , 1r , hm'dt S Johnson I pence 1 B ' . , ' 7 ' 7 ' 1 ' 1 - N I Ed-m0I1dS M Gonzalez ROW THREE' J Darr W Fuller J Denison, B. Neale, K. Martin, J. Sc 6 , . M B,1d . a Jendorff M 'F ' ' ' . . . . Wm, M. S -' WCW, B- Baker, K. Bak , M. C . Row' FOUR: VI F b J. D J. Alf d L. L if J. nnth, B. ODowd, H, Gilliam, 3 Tewoiigifyw. Gilliam- euer orn, yer, or , o , ovanes, Government Pre-Law Criminal Code Protects Rights District Court Judge W. C. Boyd told members of the Government Pre-Law Club this year that "the purpose of the new criminal code is to protect the rights of the individ- ual, not to pamper criminals." The judge spoke in the second of a series of club sponsored programs, which have included a panel on "The Supreme Court and Church- State Relationships" with Dr. Rus- sell Ware, Baptist Bible Chair teacher, Roscoe Adkins of the gov- ernment faculty and Tim Trickey, a graduate student. The club is an organization for pre-law and gov- ernment majors. Hill, treasurer, G. Bowie, secretary, Dr. C. Morrison, sponsor. I' if : M F991 Ii.. V i elsffizh 4 ,Ui 9 . mi -cs E m -5r.'x, l .., JE., 3' 'T , A 5 ,,5:..,4 . N lv "' " K . C... .ni il .LZu. 'N-11 lr : 'ur i l .1 F. :- l i BOTTOM ROVVI G- Bowie, D- J0hDS0I1, S- Male, J. Smith, E. Yarbrough, D. Sobey, F. Smith, D. Saichek, L. Thetford. ROW TW01 Dr. C. Morrison, R. Spencer, R, Yarbrough, R. Hale, J. Forshee, D. Marr, P. Dowdy D, Hill B, Sanderson, ROW THREE: J. Roberts, R. Lover. M. Hopkins, J. Nabil. G. Newman, P. Welton, M. Whitten, B. Masters, J, Eagle. , OFFICERS: J. Eagle, president, B. Sanderson, vice-president, D. sarees :ei h'5i0fY 5 oi DI' JaCl1 ment IL, it il . . Ms and SL'iEIiCf?- nf. Sereezi UU director gi Ur ibi eidllelng dmi 0. rgnggisagyfidiiaie of ' Arkansas Wh f ii. and received ii lnivereity ei Noni ln addition Dr. member of the edit dellistorian and it president of the ff 0. Students All T9EiSUl'91' Tibbifs' School of Business Administration t 'tb Business 'School Trains, Places The 'School of Business Adminis- tration not only trains studentsg but NJ also attempts to place them in re- -sponsible positions throughout the Business Placement Service, di- rected by John Brooks. Representatives of firms from throughout the country interview .students who have registered with the placement oflice which serves all areas, not just business. Figures from a recent study showed North TeXas's School of Business Administration to be sec- f Dr, 0, J, Cm-ry 4 , Olld in size in the State' and llth' , Dean, School of-Business Administration among schools in the nation. Phi Beta Lambda members look at Scrapbooks from various chapters at the State Convention. Phi Alpha Theta Honor Group Hears UT Prof "Some Historians Are Human" was the topic of a speech delivered to Phi Alpha Theta, national honor society in history, by Dr. Joe B. Frantz, chairman of the history de- partment at the University of Tex- as. Dr. Frantz recently returned from Chile Where he served as an exchange professor of history for seven months. Dr. Archie Roach of the North Texas biology faculty addressed the club on "A New Look at Dar- winism." The talk highlighted the initiation banquet in February. OFFICERS: M. Armour, president, J. Wolf, secretary-treasurer, C. Prather, vice-president. f K 4f,T, fn 4 v, f-4 .-. .V , J 40' 4 .. 1 ' Sp , 5.55, , P'-1 XT" xi' . . M ,Q ' BOTTOM ROW: S. Husen, J. Wolf, E. Jingles. ROW TWO: S. Horn, P. Meeker, '-sv f' 'N ROW THREE: J. Camp, J. Crossland, M. Armour, C. Prather. B. Tibbits. one c I oosioeSS I Tfalilso P hhe SCl100l of tration Il0l only Ui a15oatl9IHPt5, FU sponsible positions Boones Pima reehe1lbYJ0hn Bi RgpreS6Hl3llY95 throughout the CU students who have the placement oi all areas, not jim i Figures from 2 showed North Te Business Adniinrt ond in size in the among sehooh in e Phi Beta fro . m Va1'l0us Scroggs Named History Head In a series of departmental changes, Dr. Jack Scroggs was named director of the history de- partment, allowing former director Dr. Frank Gafford to devote his full time to being dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Scroggs, on the faculty since 1950, is a graduate of the University of Arkansas with the B.A. and M.A. and received his Ph.D. at the University of. North Carolina. In addition, Dr. Scroggs is a member of the editorial board of the Historian and has served as the president of the NT AAUP. TW Histori A1 ' - d ROW era an lan Nevins holds an informal discussion with his y I ,xfhfdflEE Students before speaking to the student body on the mass me Yucca Who S Who History 7 ,rf v i YA-nxt 7 L W 15... V Y V- -.....-...,,.., N-----.-1 x.' ,- 03 4 C: gl' S 'J of " ' li Q L, "" . . Wu . I MA K nfl: , 1 x, . , Q q ,i 'L l Il.mn': Huff R11-f.rv tllvnn Vmmix N1r.'X1l:une- I-illdfi Milf Yup . .4 V. 2. X'.'Ew Ir:- z:r.'x!u11 Ym1.x Vx'f!1n'wxYhu Murkf-tim: YIICCH Wh Business I IK . Q 4 I. V I'.a.l fl4I,f'H - I 5h21ron 1 5' :M 4 ,1.:4Y,rr Yurzrga Vg Q .. -'ffrctgr .Ik .x U .., Glenn Curtis McAdams Wnos Who - Marketing Paul Omen k'ng and Finance I Han I 19 ,x Linda Mae Wilson Yucca Who's Who - Sharon McDowell Yucca Who's Who - Secretarial Administration 4 Q Business Education A North Texas student interviews passers-by on shopping trends as part of the requirement for a marketing research course. wiv! 'f if Q sf 5' 'An Y Q r 5 E E i Q e 2 2 5 1 M --,-gmt' E! George Launey Yucca Who's Who - Management W - . i I g I ,,"4 .-f WI 'az ' nz 5 E! q I 9 L..,,,,-,t rt.. 1'-1 1 5 s 1- - , - - 3 ' Q r 4 - w u ' ' 1 - . T. HV. r- X'-'1-lffr. 5 Jn::.f'f1:m. V Ilusiffvr. K llv-rn. V, xhxllmnuon. M. Stvv1'rL-4. Bird. P. XVif41-runn. ROXV TNVO: J. Ifuhn ! I1 I Hana: 4' IH-.-fl! J l'.11Lw .I Hzlvr M 11151, :X 5torlLt1111,.l Hnnlf-n f"'LE.?1.l"'f'0 n Members Adopt Needy Family VM: f 312 'HJ 7.1, .Q z:.11:Hza.':! Mm W H'-fl' HKU! 4'f'f1 -ZH'E.:? f!.':I1'I' 1 NL- Till'- ' If .1 zawfix' 1 4533 "K-i'::,H-r-e 34 A h 5-1 Il L 7 'zgf 'f. 'I' K-WT N1 V .1711 ?,,,,!l, . .. . :Q .., 1 , .f e W 1 .N . ,,.,. .. . .. . ifnf n fx-V.: f ' ', Iix. 9 . . . - 4l'll11"" -111' .. civil' ty., - 4'- -- - ... , . nk:-. --'ins .' ' . ....4.4 v.,,,-q.v- 1,11 s 4 . ll . ,,4 .Y !.c.1 ,4,,4wU.n.1!f . V VL 5 H . . I I..- , yfw.. In . ,.z.H f'f-- -, EEE! Grol Con The Phi Bet ization dents, ' vention of Am More tf membe univere tended The' chaptel tive m month? have a 'ffflvro' K- 'Hr:n1-Q 5: Mmm Mffur, . 5- Feel, D: J. Eubanl-rs, .onal Coun' Phi' Beta Lambda Group Hosts Convention The big project of the year for Phi Beta Lambda, a national organ- ization open to- all business stu- dents, was hosting the state con- vention of Future Business Leaders of America here last February. More than 800 students and faculty members from eight colleges .and universities and 45 high schools at- tended the two-day gathering. The club, which used to be a local T chapter of FBLA, has some 90 ac- tive members who attended their monthly meetings. Students must have a C average to join. secretary. OFFICERS: D. O'Brien, historian, N. Carr, treasurer, D. Lange, spon- sor, J. Barcelo, president, C. Russell, vice-president, S. Zimmerman .094 -'Mp was "L", .-of", S.- BOTTOM ROW: P. Williams, N. Woodward, L. Miller, C. Moak, C. Hicks, D. McEver, B. McKinney, P. Wiseman, J. Jones, L. Flusche, K- Henscheid, C. Wilson, C. Woods, J. Ritzler. ROW TWO: K, Bushell, F. Doyle, C. Powell, S. Reece, L. Luper, S. Luttner, D. Obrien, S- Zlmmerman, K. Grumbles, C. Russell, D. Lange, A. Weinheimer, K. Callan. ROW THREE: N. Montgomery, J. Hollis, S. Pitts, B. Fefrar, J. Smith, J. Roberts, N. Carr, D. Good, B. Schumann, L. Navaratil, N. Berg, J. Barcelo, S. Kensinger, P. McElroy. ROW FOUR: S. Teel, T. Harris, R. Neiman, B. Brownlee, T. Leedy, G. Weiss, L. Beller, S. Naylor, S. Lowe, C. Chenoweth, C. Ebert, C. Turner. District Attorney Addresses Marketers ..- .'Xpplit'utioi1s of the new Texas criminal uncle :incl personnel prob- lems were ziinong the topivs alis- cnasvcl hy the fN1zn'k0ting Club this wil' s . llviiiim District .-Xttmzwy John Ihwliuii spoke un the new criminal melt- :incl Bill Kaplan :incl L. ll. llvwzllcl from l'i0l0y'S ill l'l0tlSi0l1 clisviixswl pvrsmiiivl rvlzitioiis. Hill Slimn fmin Vnllins Rziclio in Ilzillzis spuki- un pi-iwniiivl pmhlvins in gm-in-i':il lmsiiivss. ln April the' vluli c'u-spuiisnwil thi' lllth :inniiul fXl:ii'ki-ting C'mifvi'- 1-iicv with thi- llzillzis Smiles lixvc- Marketing Club utiws. 'l'lii'm- i'vpi'vsviit4iliws fruni lflinnhli- lit-lining wcri- un thi- pm- gfrznn. f' -, ' :Tl 'fl 'I' Q , ' ' 6.0-si 7' . 4 ' . 'v Q J .. if ', , BOTTO sccretar Cnlister sponsori reporter ri 3 I 1 J f el' W TGXQS Q1 Prob. mes dis. Club this ey J ohn ' Criminal nd L. H. H0uston ons. Radio in problems Sponsored g Confer- Qes Exec- ,ives from 1 the pro- l1REEf L' If o BOTTOM ROW: B. Bailey, publicity chairman, M. Brummett, secretary, Pat Denison, membership vice-president, R. Mc- Calister, sponsor. ROW TWO: Dr. A. Cox, sponsor, J. Starling, sponsor, C. MacAdams, president, J. Millet, treasurer, R. King, reporter-historian. WA AL af 'R '75 -17' P :sq ' "f M 4. BOTTOM ROW: E Hilscher N Woodward J. Serur S. Baskins, J. Pendleton, A. Stockton, M. Brummett, P. Denison. ROW TWO: J. Roberts, K. Bnshnou, T. Lyons, M. Bennett, J. Prater, D. Johnson, K. Brown, R. King. Row THREE: J. Minot. M. Read. C McAdams, P. Burton, W. Lamberth, J. Pickett, G. Welch, B, Bailey, R. Neiman. Members of the Accounting Club, open to all accounting majors. wit- nessed an audit panel this year, staged by Fort Worth and Dallas representatives of Arthur Young Q F o.. worldwide accounting firm. Each panelist asumed the posi- tion of an accounting team member and explained just what his duties would be if the team were conduct- ing a profesional audit of a busi- ness company. The club also heard lectures from sponsor Dr. I.. P. Neely and John Nl. Brooks, both of the business administration faculty. 1 11 fl-X' in rv P- AA ,,. 4 Tr- KL- Q I ll lil lffl' I N I I tl, iii I N r K NI iz 'x Ixlzwr .I X1.irtm-I. ll Vsortliaxri, .I .IUIIIIWIII4 ln ll' IVUIII l I IIIIIN' :II-Iirrllllirl lxUlr:1NIXIlrlIllluI lrlinll In , , 4-t ,'u'- .1 . . I ' I H I IIII I I I ll I I V ll I In I I i t X' V illi 1 ll 'Nlifluxrv VC llc'-1-r N1 KI-II'I'l' II f'I:f.1lI1.lHi lr Q p- ., I P 6 f5 t fj fx q ,z , if Ig- rl, ' PX - , - .1 .lllf 'ff II. Ilff.Iff1 '. I-7 Il,5.'f,!Z I Isla'-IH: ' 1 v -1,,..ywa...,-r-ui-: 111, a. an.-' .g.u,.l., un ,.,:r,r7 . .f7,f',g4. no'r'r0 EEE. Flr The Alpha ternit among the I report Dr. of acc lllinoi Beta Club Probl The C PA senlzeq accou lub, wit. ear, illas S Sz osi- ber ties uct- USI- P0111 Ohn IIIIBSS Q Q . on, E- Lchalk, itham, 3, WW! nedict, iii B' Bragg' leeley' Beta Alpha Psi Chapter Rated First in Nation The North Texas chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, national accounting fra- ternity, was rated in first place among the 70 chapters throughout the United States in the mid-year report for 1965-66. Dr. Robert K. Mautz, professor of accounting at the University of Illinois, spoke to a joint meeting of Beta Alpha Psi and the Accounting Club in March on "Accounting Problems and Opportunities." The club also sponsored a pre- CPA exam review in April and pre- sented an award to the top senior accounting major. . ' 5 ' fkvkf ,- qlv 1 so OFFICERS: Dr. N. Sullivan, faculty vice-president, S. Weber, presi dent, J. Mallard, secretary, M. Benedict, treasurer, D. Hearn, vice president. ,1- , - iff Y BOTTOM ROW: M. Benedist, S. Weber. ROW TWO: Dr. N, Sullivan, C. Reynolds, D. Hearn. ROW THREE: H. Barth, R. Walton, J. Mallard. 4 Q, SAM Field Trips Highlight Year Field trips to General Dynmiiics :incl I.ing-'I'eim'o-Yought in Dallas liigliliglitccl the your for the 10-l nieinlwrs of the Society for the Ad- vziiicoiiioiit of Nlmingeiiieiit. At the clulis monthly meetings guest spvzikcrs active in the livlcl of iiiziiizigzcfiiiviit cliscuawccl topics such :is i'eqtxii'oiiio1its lm' students clitor- ing thu liusiiivae wurlrl. Hzirolrl l.0z1x'y, clistrivt prusiflcnt of tho Intviiuitimizil .-XsQoc'izitiun of Nlzlcliinists spukv on "Union Goals :incl Oli-if-t'tix'vs" :tml Al Sloan. pvr- scmnvl niziiizigcr of tkillins Itzirlio tzilkucl mi "Wli:it tht' litisinc-ss Wurlrl lixpt-vis uf tliv t'nllvg1t-Cruel." Q! Pl CA " ' ,. if 94 " 'Na - Q-.-,. s4c,. 1 ,c 4' n ind i v 4 OFFI' ford, j azlvittut gan-J. tx ggw..-,Q-,., 5' ',4,..,.. 5, ii A. f 3, .1 N -5 il 41 I 1 ,,,.,,Hf I, M! II 1 1 uni, lklantl 1 .ii S Sttizllg ll f'Qr'.r.::1:y:i illklf ' 'Vffj lg ' A' fi I" F: ,,.'.. .v... . Q 1 v 1 ' - , 1 - . . . ' ,, "" -- ff: rf- ..wm'f" l f'l?f1"ll'i f XR-1-H IJ I- g I v, , 1. ,. ., 1 r V rn ROW Bal' il Dynamics nt in Dallas for the 104 'for the Ad. ment. ly meetings 1 the field ol topics such dents enter- zt president ,sociation ol lnion Goals Sloan, per- lins Radio Business lege Grad." dey, grass - "Y ' QM A - OFFICERS: J. Johnson, treasurer, R. Field, vice-president, B. Craw- ford, presidentg J. Small, secretary, J. Parker, chancellor. .VX QF: 1 I cl V' Q 'V N an fc I ' ' M 'kai . ': ig L 3 N "' 1 M . - , , , , Delta Sigma Pi Business Frat Wins Sweepstakes Actives of Delta Sigma Pi, an in- ternational business fraternity, took time off from other activities this year to win the Sweepstakes Award in the 1965 Homecoming float com- petition with this entry, "NT Hits the Core of the Action." The club also toured the Federal Reserve Bank in Dallas and Dallas' Southland Life Insurance Co. Students seeking membership in the club must be working towards a business administration or eco- nomics degree, and must go through about eight weeks of pledgeship which includes working on a project. 7 . fx 6, Cx fs :ln - 4 I 9,6 BOTTOM ROW: R. Horton, P. Martin, D. Harbin, D, Dicken, J. Small, W. Doty, J. Parker, F. Fallis, C. Atchison, J. DeLaGarza. ROW TWO: B. Rippy, M. Phipps, M. Stuckey, J. O'Connor, G. Ferrick, W. James, K. Brummet, A. Sonsmo, Allen, Johnson. ROW i THREE: S, McKissack, C. Loveless, S. Wilson, R. Assa, J. Walsa, D. Sheppard, J. Lesok, M. Berendzen, K, Snguth, R. Field, B. Crawford. School of Education ,,,.4"" .- Q - I O Xllllfllt' lxlrird N nf va V- lin - V- iw l,li za' Ill.ll . l.Ylll4'Jlllf I l Kmgery Named New Dean Dr. Dwano KlI1f1l'l'f'. profoamr of education. moved into the demfs chair March 1. after Doan A. Witt Blair asked to iw relieved. Dr. Blair was tlwn named direc- tor of placcmvnt and vxtension. Dr. liii1g:01'y. who joined thc North Tvxas favulty in 1956, spvar- lwadcd with Ur. Darrvll Dunham a study an improving tt-aclior edu- vation by uso of new claxQroom tvvluiulogjy on l965. Dr. Blair. winnvr of l'BNT's 19613 " 'lfvawi' Graham" UlllSl1ll'llllIlQDl'0- fvxwr award. is listvd in "Wl1o's Who in .'xllll'l'lt'1l.H .,' ,, fffowivf B 'x Q. st-sew: Fzzln rat ll' al' 1 ':Il'::!3' 0 ll I :g:3.ggIl. il".. ' if Vw? llv'-SH'-' l'ii7-HY'-. flfflll 1-IIV4' lvlilffll let, Al TOP I r, , ..z . . I ,I w 1.4. , I ft. If ., I,, I'r,,l I ll, I I iI714 .r . ,.,, , ll,i :..l u,v l 1 I -f 01' of 92111, S Yddtt irec- Jn. the , near- ham edu- Q 'ooni ki' --ff?'w f' "M, 1963 pro- 'hos . . k. M, H TOP A coed makes use of education ing to make a pleasing and useful bul l At I I - arch lstiml Journals for c1assWork..ABOVE: Learn- letin board is sometimes not so easy eceded h School of Education, continued f l A Vnrroll H1-nson X 114111 XX hu s XX hu -V ff I M 246 -ml 'JVM 11 I 1 1-. .. .. ..., . '.,.. . .,. V. ..' 1. .x. a .A ,i .-,H Rh '1.,.4 cnrffn Horn I ' ' fr.Nfi'sr" fgriufflflrm 'fyvlmologgy i 9 EE U I M4 E mil ' ance roon ' guid HV I as 4 I prov Deli St serv Hn ,quid not Q O1 ture S 1 I N For Carroll Benson ,o - Psychology 5 Shagijgl anflary Kappa Delta Pi Guidance Merits More Emphasis "There are too few complete guid- ance oflices in the state, and class- room teachers donit have enough guidance background. "Without these two factors, Tex- as education can't possibly im- prove," Ben Strickland told Kappa Delta Pi members this year. Strickland is director of guidance services at TCU. He described to members how guidance can be used practically, not just in theory. Other club programs featured lec- tures on the exceptional child. fN,a BOTTOM ROW: M Guerra, N. Israel, C. Patterson S Cartwoy S DeGaw M Morgan u E D Case S Husen E Gmgles C Wade J Anderson S Horn C Lowe R lgoellen, A. Elma, T. Hale, C. Banks. Row THRE y R: Dr. W. Earp, M. Cox, S. Allsup, T. Baldwin S Everett L Creekrnore G Jones I I I ACE Club Learns ChnId's Needs IIN .xxeliilllllfill fm fI11IfIImumI I'IfIlH'ZlIIHI1 is :1 nzxtifmvriflf- urgzxnizzx me IufIafI I4 I Ima S In IJ1 IJ mul X 'XII-f.um- III the rnmu' I:u'ultx' who epuku' Im I-Ivrm-nt:n'x' srllfml music Him num mfI X I :nun I I I I I l A 1 I-:Im-:num f:u'uIty'. I'-'Imusv tuple- was ' M- --T 0 'NX' HI'I1IIlIl'l'I1IlI I'I:1y'." I 5' 1 'VIII' I'IuIm :mlm spunsul'wI :I fic-III U Hip In Imllns tu SM, H pl.mlm,tiUn .X tcncln-r :It thx- I,:1Iw SI-Imul slums l'Il'IUl'lIIJlI'y' sI'I1mIl vhnlclren soma- nf tha' lIlI'I1,'l'l'Ill pnttvrns :mal I-III-me they uzm :u'Im-ve wnlh hmm-r pumte. uf "IN-II-1' I':m" :mrl um- tu I-'uri WIIIIII In Iuun' III-If-n III'III'rn:1n. 4 I I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I I I I IIVIWIIINI IUIV-' 'I I':"f5'I, M'-auf! '-1",I'Y"VIfI"II!1 I' IIr:4IIf".', trfermm-ri M. v, .,K, I 'vwze -fI?I'1,sT'- NIV- I-'-fl Ilr Ii II:I:sIg-Ifmrm, epfmwr: I,. IiuIwrtkfm. ' . u x ' ,' .v.v.. ',v V... ,,..,n ,,.-I ,l1,1,vI',l ,V 1 III .I 'till K M 1 J S 'W.,- dren some of the paints. Association for Childhood Education officers and sponsor meet after ' ' eetin s. . l. er l treasur ,SOIL gll6Yf b ft mrs L' R0 6 a program to discuss its effect and plan future rn g BOTTOM ROW: J, Hodges, C. Pensyl, J, Shields, S. Norris, K. Gilboe, S. Landers, D. Obenhaus, P. Bralley, J. Read, S. Snively. ROW ' ' ' K wles M. Carter, P. Garvin, C. Hazelbaker, A. Hill, C. Banks, K. Brown. ROW ' ' S. Alsup, J. Anderson, J. Johnson, J. TWO: J. Slaton, A. Williams, B. Barnett, S. King, K. no k' L. Witte, L. White, C. Fulton, 'f t S. Everett, S. Johnson, Dr. S. '113-QIREE: P. Hollingsworth, P. Hunn, P. Snyder, C. Hop ins, 1119 P Donnell . ROW FOUR: B. Walker, T. Thomas, S, Lawrence, L. Mattheaus, M. Lei es e, H Y, . y amplelllan, P. Malone, L. Robertson, M. Hall. 25.5 Group Arranges Library Display Displays in the lilirary and the UB and posters on clams lnuilcling bulletin lxmrrls announcing Nation- al lilrluczxliun Week in Nuvernlmer are one of the projects of the Stu- flenl lirlucnliun As.sxoeiz1ti0n. At their l"eln'um'y meeting, Clulm xnemlx-rs liezml Dr. Herliert La- flmne, clean of the Svliool of Edu- vzitirin at TVN. who spoke on "Re- sezneli in the lirliiezitimi Media." Nic-rnliers represenlecl the North Texas vlizipler nt the state mnven- lion in Cklrpns f'liristi. Mzircli 3-6. The glrmips zilsu helrl Z1 fi'ln'islxnns party for the Denton Slate Seliuol. will 250 Student I'fcluc'ntiun Assm'i:ilimi mernlwrs gnllwr nruuml the pinnn 1 newly nnmecl l'Iclm':itim1 Dean Ilwnm' Kingery. 'xv gl. 'x .--V..-I.,,r .. . ol lwvvg 1-1 l l 1 , -. . ., .., .:. ' 4.4 " l'l -.H ... ,.. 1. . ., ., g..-- -..f .4-firxivfl tzirn, lirfi .- -- 4. -. .ff i'f- ' "NY ' I' ll lylllil 'lil ir ill 141'-ll, .Q l , 'N '- lllll r flllif-r f-quiprnf-ril naw! in f. r-4 time :infl plnmnngrriplifc. I l ,4 BC 'Fa J. Gu ier around the piano Kingery. I an were 4 TTOM ROW D Kuykendall S Norris B Sampson, M, Ferguson, S. DeGaw, K. Gilboe, D. Wallis, M. Morgan, S. Landers, N. C Banks G Spencer C Johnston L. Johnson, K, Ludden, P. BO g , , , a h Taylor, S. Cartwright, C. Patterson, K. Kirk. ROW TWO: S. Willis, N. Munn, . , . , . , J- I-'31'1C3S'f91'. B- Kerr, S- Horn, J. MOOIG, J. AI1d91'SOI1, S. Guyer, M. Bratton. ROW THREE: S. Husen, I. Crawford, P. Parker, Garvin, P. McClure, L. VVh1te, C. Fulton, S. Alexander, Z, Kerr, C. McCrurn, B. Baker, J. Rarney, M, Hall, W. Taylor. ent Us ES and N3 BOTTOM ROW: Rowlett, P, Atkerson, P. Snyder, M. Carter, L. Teague, C. Hazelbaker, P. Stewa , . , . , . M. Moody, J. Smith, G. Thomas, C. Tharp, S. Smith, J. Murray, G. Byous, S, Snively, A. Matthews, P, Bralley, M. Rinearson, S. Blouflt- ROW TWO: C. Caton, B. Dawson, M. Porter, L. Romer, L. Mussleman, J. Batot, S. Asel, J. Jeske, S. Stevens, C. Worthington, C. Lindquist, S. Bird, T, Bushell, C. Pensyl, J. Shields, A. Williams, P. Propes, L. Capps, J. Read. ROW THREE: A. Henderson, S Sunderman, S. Peterson, B. Endicott, L. Witte, K. Stewart, E. Harnpleman, M, Cejka, K. Bullard, S. Krupicka, J. Miller, S. McQueary F H a d L Birkhoif A Storey P Donnelly, C. Wiley, V. Butter, ROW FOUR: P. Snodgres, J. Roberts, D S. Everett, B. Bentley, J, Landress, R. Martin, S. Ainsworth C- D3-liner. J. Ray, . ow r , . , . , . Fenack, J. Bragg, P. Hunn, B. Barnett, J. Roland, S. Schwenn, D. Charles, N. Boltz, P. Meeker, L. Taylor, T. Harris, P. Hejl, K, Schlittler, S. Wheat. rt B Owens M Ginther K Knowles, Psi Chi Honorary Sees Space Films Nh -iiilwis of Psi C'lii. 41 natiimzil honor society in lJSf'f'hUlfllIf'. :mil initiates ww films of zlstronzlui I cl wzml Xllmve walk in space- tlilt hurl l'lL'N-'Cl' been slim-sn lmcfow in pulmliv, The occasion was the clulfs :mmizil lmzmqilclt, :lt which Di: Roll 1-rt Juni ' A -5. il past Psi Fhi prvsir 'incl :1 spziu 5 lvnt Jsycliologist at Hous ton! Nlzmm-fl Spun' Flight C'Qnic1'. i-xplziim-il his work :Incl rlcscrilwfl 1 lu limit lu- cli-sigm-rl lin' thc' llig -51" YQ HO'I"l'UM ROW: Dr. li. Kookur, sponsorg L. Qui-nzvr. s1-v1'i-- tary: ll. Morrow, vivo-pn-siclm-lil: ROW TWO: V. llc-nson. pri-sirlm-nt: ll. llvllrm. lrvxisiirm-rg Ur. J. lluymfs, sponsor. Q- ,. D A O C .ff fs x .,. .IQ ?-- 'f'-. -3 "" "I h .rm ' "1-, 'if. " ll' 21"-- l '.,w,. ix ..,1.,.i.f--.Al V--I-P-H I UW"-' ' N-uri-rf lfvifr, lx V.ill:.i1x.'1iii IUIV-"Il.'CH IH, li K'P'Ill"f- l l fl ll 'fi I x ll ui 1, 7, mn, ll KI " .,1 .4 '. I , h ', x V D i .'. tl ' lr v Ar f- 'i':'. i 'l' 'l'lllll'Qlf ll l':i1l1-rf-fm, ,lt llrnlifiiil. ' will I I, 'J "W: 9' '- ff rl l..i...1. lil' llll l" lllr' ' V l' V ll l' ix l' Xll 11 S lAfl"xrl' T . .. . . .-,.r ,f,, an 1 I iw . .f f' ,. ', Jr. I-1 Pl I C l tio s1ci tol Te M: Te ph pri ve: in fam als K' i I ll E gan? l no I HT Bob i. Quenzer, secre- WO: C. Benson, nes, sponsor. A ,J ner. r ' W ' 'oz 2f'f'BIE00gSf' "j,'E'2n.SfE 7..- 'UN .'!""7 1 9 Phi Epsilon Kappa f Gains NT Charter Phi Epsilon Kappa, men's na- tional honorary fraternity for phy- sical education majors and educa- tors, was granted a charter at North Texas. The chapter was installed in March by delegates from the Texas Tech chapter. Dr. Jess Cearley, director of the physical education department, presided over the 41st annual con- vention of the Texas AHPER held in Austin in December. Five other faculty members and one student also participated in the program. V" Q W ofa ' ni: - ff' 3x 'Nl , 1 7 , Kfrm ' jg: l Lil' - ' Q at Veirgi. . f-f ., T...- fri fr f 3 M H "- .. Dr. Jess Cearley Director, Physical Education Department swf' qw- Bob Sanders Women physical education students practice modern dance Yucca Who's Who-Physical Education techniques before mirrors which helps them in self correction AHPER Pro Speaks To PE Group Al'll'EH. the physical L-rlucation professional cluh for inc-n. hearfl such spa-zllicrs as Walt llarkvr. offi- rial for the American Football l,oaguc:. who spoke on "OfliCiatin,Q uf Pro Football" anrl Carl l,I1l'lill1 of the New York Giants who talkecl about "l3i'0zikimz into Pro Foot'- hall." Thr- group was also influential in thc' c-stahlislnnont of Phi Upsilon Kappa, national nwn's physical orl- nc-ation pi-ofvssional fl'11lC'l'I1liy, on tht' NT vainpns. fXlmnlit-rs also at tc-nclt-rl tho State Alll'lCR t'Ul1X'f'l1llUll in Houston anfl tha- National 4-onvc-ntion in f'l1lc':1f'o P., . v i l 4 4 - 1 l -I Q lp' l 4. BO'IlTOM ROW: IC. Bc-rry. smfrc-tary: li. Fulton, president. ROW TWO: B. Johnson, trt-asurc-rg Dr. J. Watson, sponsor. .M-p -.., l ,Q l ,Q Q 1 ' x u ' Ni 'In 4-C' .Thx VU: lflml laflvu l' Shi-f1,:r:u1 l' l-u'1f'i l fm" I Il ,til PHX" 'IKE f I , . .. X.. ,X . I- ., , .v -xr 2 u 1 . . 1. - N.. .. .. , i ' , H 'U lf lla-rr., fi VV:nrllmu. li .i'l.r.--.L l. Nl lun lflx Illlil-.lx la l,ar,-':.. ll l.i+i:il 'X ll1tiliifg.l lilffjfllgz, IUIVV l"fHlRf lJrll'1 lN1,inNli fll , - al.n-'-,. .i .,. , . 1 34-z, , 1. - -I Cobb ... by X P--. 1 T' l ' 5 1 fi' resrdent ROW Jl1SOI'. . we 3wW55UR' 2: cw? BOTTOM ROW: L. Allen L. Smith. ROW TWO: L. Lanier E. Cobb. Row THREE: P. Hubert, M. cook. ' Delta Psa Kappa Candy Sale Finances Trip Laura Clark, a sophomore PE major, was the official NTSU dele- gate to a three-day convention in Indianapolis of Delta Psi Kappa, a national honorary fraternity for Women physical education, health and recreation students. Miss Clark's trip to the biennial conven- tion was financed by a candy sale the club held earlier in the year. Requirements for the fraternity, which has about 14 members this year, include a 1.5 overall grade point average with a 2.0 the pre- vious semester. Applicants must also have 15 hours in P.E. w , 3 Women's PE Pro Women Host Christmas Party This ylflll' lhc- XX'lllllcfll's Profes- 7- 'V' sifmzll PIC filllll vzlrricfrl rm 21 long- Slillllllllg trmlitiml lly holclillg their :illmlnl f.lll'lSlll'lllS party :lt lhc Afri- vzlll Nic-tllmlist lipiscopzll L'llLl1'l'l'l llvuf. flllllllI'l.'ll of thc f'lNll'l'll :mtl lllf'llllN'l.5 ill' llli' vllllm pzll'tic'ipzltf: in thc' Dl'Uj1l'Ill'll of vzlrol singing, :mil Vlllll llN'llllH'l'S put on rlzlllvillg zlllrl llllllllllllfl fli'lllUllSll'1lllUllS. Gifts ful' mi-ll Vllllfl :mil :l I lll'lSllllIlS tru- for llli- l'lllll'l'll :lrv pmvirli-fl. Si'X'l'l'1ll llll-lllllcfls :llsu zlllcllflcfl il rrlllvl-lll lull ill llll' 'llt'XIlS :hSSlK'l1ll lflll all lll-:lltll. l'lly'sll':ll l':fllIl'1lllllll :lllrl lC1'c'l'l-:lllllll ill lllllowlllll. lslulfli-r, si-vrctzlryg l,. Allm-ll, tl'L'1lSlll'lfI'. F., ill lllililzlili Ill. l.Xl'i..Ai Illlllill'lm.' Nlfi'si:i"i'll. Q- ,Ari-'iliilr' V I"lr"' r 'J . "1'l!'f- 'll -"'U'l1'f1. li NH-l'.', F-1. lJf"'ffrrll'l'lv'f-, K, fT:l'.'ll!. S Xvllllilffllf. WM' '- 7 ll l 73' lil lv' lX'l'l -l, 'l1ffi'll'-' l' ll lr-1 rt l, 5Y!'alill .I X'.'1llx:il::', K ll'-llf mall, fl-'ll llurmirizr.-, I,, Cunru-r, l l -1171110 f'- '- f 1--will l' 'Nr '.z1::,'i:'. I :7i'.f',.'l'1 I I, y ,lj fl Y.',' ' 2 I I ' , ' , 1 1, ., ,, . , A - 1, ,, 1 H' -1 , E, " I Lai' ' l ' 'Q' ' ml' 'l' H' - X 'lwlfu fl tXll"l'I.llIl, li .lfv-A IQUV- WN ll A fwllllllilf-,5,5jJiIfl1 1 lx 1 ll ll If ig oini ,lil .4 .A . ..,. 4,1 , ,VAI,, ' .I ,, ,V , .,..,. OFl"lC'lCRH: J, Strivklill. PIT!-1l!ll'lllj Dr. ll. Vultl-rzll. SlXll1HUl'j ll. Pro' Area Men faculty er dep evalual ate the curricu schools the Sc leges a Thre the Inl at Tex J ohl the ye Indust 'X flfg Tl ' J K. 1 x Q , fx V 4 -9 3. sfyg V 7 , . f., .- eral, sponS01'3J- . Yami, favitt, lzidafi' Balllafk' Qhlllirw- S- Profs Study Area Schools Members of the Industrial Arts faculty joined with members of oth- er departments on campus in an evaluation team designed to evalu- ate the facilities, general plan and curriculum of area Texas high schools. The project is sponsored by the Southern Association of Col- leges and Secondary Schools. Three faculty members attended the Industrial Arts convention held at Texas ASLM. John Richards of the faculty was the years' president of the Texas Industrial Arts Association. Industrial Arts woodworking students learn the proper use of various tools as well as being able to make articles for themselves. Charles Cheshier Yucca Who's Who - Industrial Arts 5.-. Dr. Earle Blanton Director, Industrial Arts Department IA Club Artisans Repair Trophies in U.B. As 21 spa-cial Dl'O-lOf,'l for the year. Inrlustrizll Arts C'lulu members took on the task of repairing all of the North Tc-xas trophies on display in the VB. The group also took tiolcl trips to fic-moral Nlotors in Arlington and l'ffXlf' lllzistirs flu. in Denton. Nll'f'lllU1 tho first and third 'l'l1ursfl:1y ul 1-:trim month, the Club lim-:ml :1 v:1ric'ty of speakers. Dr. Ilzirrvll lhmlmm of the oclucation fzu-ulty spoke on "What the Em- ployvr lfxpwts from the Worker." A I'i-:mr Vorps rcfprc-sontative spoke on imlustrhil :arts opportunities :iv:iil:ilwlm- in tht- l'c':u'0 f'0rps. 'un f.- Cm 1 . 1:5 . Fo, i ii. im I ' T' U I it I ll ,. .11 1. 1. ,.., 1 ,t1tf..m um imma II l'xfl5,.ll',fr,51103,-J.f,lllvH'll. FW9 ' l ' l l' ll" ' l 'x' l'1lXi'll'll'l I" l"' 'V l '1 ' X"lJ1ltnlJf'r r 'Ii Kr! rlurn f' 'Vlill rl l' lm . ... . 2 . , .-. . . - .1i.i,I. fA..,, . '- . . . .., -f.. -.i fn, - xv ri, 141-, 1 1-1 , ,, c', ,, ',ilh -', an Pure Nutl Dr. I Schoolr of 1,000 tions U AMA 1 Nutritii Chicagc nutritic Hemisp Miss Homel a bienr Texas Lloyd f ns, treasurer, D. y, vice-president, ay Dillard, presi- well- Se00Yf J' 1' e iler, L' Eas Purdom Attends Nutrition Clinic Dr. Martha E. Purdom of the School of Home Economics was one of 1,000 representatives from 15 na- tions to attend a meeting of the AMA Department of Foods and Nutrition. The meeting, held in Chicago in November, considered nutritional needs in the Western Hemisphere. Miss Clara Lloyd, also of the Home Economics faculty, attended a biennial study conference of the Texas ACE in San Antonio. Miss Lloyd is association vice-president. if 2 N K- ,K-Q f " , , 'ESQ ' fix ,,. ,, --.I ' 4 -'Sr -.Svc - Q , . , .. - , - 4 Five home ec courses teach students about clothing construction and design and provide laboratory sewing experience. School of Home Economics Dr. Florence I. Scoular Dean, School of Home Economics , 4.-.fM-.4 l - ...-,, Claudia Wilson Yucca Who's Who WS W all ' Home Economics l lv I 1 H if-It I'II'I"I'fI5-I IU-IXX., I' Mutt-In--Il.hIi, XX':ut.wn. K, f'unrIron. N. I'mwc-X3 M, I'Iumnu-r. S. XV:1rmick, S. Osborn. O. Glcghurn, C. XVilson. I "IX IX'-'I' -N VIUIIHIII. K . S11 . '. fs-. '. " 1 . '. .' , - s. '. I oc-mo . D. 'I'ric-tsch. -I. Rino, A. Rvvsv. ROXV TH LV: I rm th t II ll X X will X Nllfrrt IJ Xhrln C I I II RPL H X'.'.t: f-I.. I Xkttwz I. IIIIIIUII. NI. If-Qtr-Q, K, Iiunkt-I, -I. Nlvfxiinn. II. Parrish, A. Tmld, .I, Ryon. M. Ilnrrt-II. N. Gmlmm, P. Pierce, I 1 rumgt xt IUIIX IUI II I XIIIII nl um I' IMI: IJ I mc! tn r I XX'l nun N XX IIs I' NII1 I :ft . i - I . I. : 1' Q: I. I. : '. ,: 're - :g If' . Tk, IXI. I'ritc'I1:lrrI, IC. XXynn, I,. XVvst- -'fIxfI-I II XX.nr1I .I Int4I1. II fxfmmgfum Ellen H. Rlchards Workshop Urges Partucnpatlon IS 4, m,,.1n1n.1t1tm Im .III students m mms .. IIIIS XXUI . VIII . .1 . , X Ill t.u11Itx IlIt'IIlIvt'I'1IIIt'IIfIt'fI thc- IIIt't'I- in V In il I U I I .l . i 5IIlfIt'I1I tt-:n'I1r-rs Instr-n to :I t:1II-1 explaining mr-thorls of tcuvh- i,s..J1'J SH1',: c't I A Q V . .. . , , H I I ml H I ,ml H151 ffrlur slmdf-s :xml mntt-nsntxw to t'Il'IT1t'IIIIII'X' sc-howl l'IIIIfII't'II1 I'I"7II'IIIIIl-5 IIIJIIUI, X.-.':1s IIJlI'IIt'fI stzxtw st-v1'1't:tl'xA Ht' IIN' 'Ik-was IIHIIN- Ifcm- xnmtxvst -III--gvf Imptt-1'sfI111'1w' IIN- P1 III,'N'I'l'lIII'lffN. s -1 .. BOTTO. Martin, P. Vest, C. Craw: C. Brabl R. Kinsl H0 HTC Gleghorn, C. Wilson leese. ROW THREE2 fl. Graham, P. Pieni rd, E. Wynn, L. Wesl- V .f ',: e, -QA - Q 1 S.. . rv-fr CI U N, .ll ,L R, .-.. -:J M ds of leach' i meiho -ldreii. l1'y5 ch00l Chl BOTTOM ROW: A. Houston, A. Kirkpatrick, M. O'Dell, S. Davis, N. Ford, B. Ware, V. Isbell, L. Heussner, I.. Ifruzii-r, 'l'. Austin, I.. Martin, J. Myers, B. Porterfield. ROW TWO: J. Pietzsch, M. Hazelnbaker, L. McEuin, S. Fletcher, M, Janos, K. Str-wart, G. ldlinnri-, P. Vest, J. Williamson, C. Abston, M. Nixon, C. Lamb, A. UpChu1'Ch, B. Bentley. ROW THREE: L. Niathcws, J. Izfilllllll, P. IIllllS1IlU'!'. C. Crawford, E. Trietsch, K. Kay, S. Williamson, K. Patterson, B. Williams, J. Shakely, K, Kirby, D. Whaley, -I. Perkins. ROW lffillllz C. Brabham, Z. Keer, P. Gulley, O. Prine, J. Coward, P. Wood, D. Martin, P. Fleischer, M, Womack, G. Felty, S. Smith, H. Mznrtinsi-ii. R. Kinser. I ' a ...ni BOTTOM ROW: M. Plummis, president, N. Poovey, vice-president. ROW TWO: J. Rino, re- porter, E. Trietsch, treasurer, S. Osborn, secretary. X Home Economics students studying foods soon learn there are more scientinc aspects to cooking than just adding water. Phi Upsilon Omicron Honorary Aides Needy Family Members of Phi Upsilon Omi- cron, a national honorary profes- sional fraternity for home econom- ics students. centered their activi- ties this year around eleemosynary projects. The club sponsored a stu- dent at the Denton State School. supplying him with spending money. For a Christmas project, members gave a party for a needy family. visited them and brought gifts and food. To join, a student must be a sec- ond semester sophomore with an overall grade point average of 2.5. plus approval of the membership. OFFICERS: C. Wilson, presidentg S. Osborn, corresponding secretary: K. Kunkel, recording secretaryg K. Patterson, treasurerg P. Pierce, vice-president. .Es ll i' liU'l"I'UfNl RUXK' S XY.ll"w'r'll'lC, S ll-born, l' vshllt-ull. ll .-Xlirvns l liolaml HUVK' TXVO: P. Pierce. K. I':illerson, D. Cook. K, Kunk Mi Mc Lt. fessoi been Haw: der o cargo Mille facul' Co G-1 c the I year, sprin J. C. a pas ibom, correspondinl ary, K. Patterson, Miller Plans Move To Hawaii Lt. Colonel Robert E. Miller, pro- fessor of Aerospace Studies, has been transferred to Hickam AFB, Hawaii, where he will be comman- der of an Air Force C-124 carrying cargo and personnel to Viet Nam. Miller has been on the North Texas faculty for five years. Colonel Edelle M. Jones, area G-1 commandant, paid two visits to the North Texas detachment this year, one in the fall and one in the spring. In the fall, he and President J. C. Matthews were honored with a pass in review by the corps. if' f., DV C00 Thomas Edward McMullin ,L k,K.K'luk Yucca Who's Who - Aerospace Studies i Daryel Nance, sophomore AFROTC cadet from Dallas, receives congratulations after receiving an award at Honors Assembly. ,itil ' 1 0 1- i 9 Dru: F A N , 4. -GU' 'GV . sc. . i ,A ,, Lt. Col. Robert E. Miller 1 Director, Division of Aerospace Studies A l nluun:.r.-L. Angel Flight Ramey Named W Area Lil' Colonel Julie Rainey. connnanfler of the Angel Flight at North Texas. was chosen as area "Little Cfolonel' at the Arnolfl Air Society C'onclax'e in Waco in December. She repre- senterl the area at the National Vonclave in Dallas in May. The Angel Fliglit marcherl for Vorps Night in October ancl in the lloinecoiningg pararle. 'l'he group also hclpefl Arnolcl Air Society nicinlicrs collect lor the Barrel uf -log' at C'hristmas. .-Xt the encl ol each seineetcr the Aiigcls pzirticipaterl in the commis- sioning cc-rc-inony' lor glrarluates. ' . ,. il l lll l llfkl lxllXK: Nl, liiliini li, I',rlrin"ton l' l'ox-.w-rx Xl t rutcliliclrl l l"itul l' I r'ix'i ' l' C li'1 I . .. . ',' A 'i - - ' x- A- - Y H I . -- if ' . 1, . 5, . 7 .pin:in, 5, llzivcnlnll, l,, Qu -nn 'r. lx Lxnlfli n HHH HKU, .l, lx.i1n1-j., I, .lnliiiviir Nl, I riwinnn, S, lrilmlvlc, li. Sickler, li. Innkforcl. S. Hum ilirc-yn, C f'11lUn.f'. fxi:,y:.,. 4 1- J, ' il, 5 , Q ,. S 4 ' '. ': ll ixyiiiiiiilm lhlifliml llilitllillil 'ii Ill'Iinliilillliilllminlliil' M H"H"fmriii. R, Ixtoort-. lx. lxirkscx: fl. TNTHHHH. N. McNtmn, S. 5l'llUmlN'l'l. 5' l A 4 M! Airi Joy Arn' societi bers, : Joy d' design needy estimz tions. Arn Flight J. C. lunch A 1 dent Color in Oc BOTTt Alcoze G. Wil zinger, Arnold Air Society Airmen Sponsor Joy Barrel Drive Arnold Air Society, an honorary society for Air Force ROTC mem- bers, again sponsored a Barrel of Joy drive in December. The drive, designed to collect articles for needy families in Denton, netted an estimated 310,000 worth of dona- tions. Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight members honored President J. C. Matthews with a birthday luncheon at Marquis Hall. A pass in review honoring Presi- dent Matthews and Air Force Colonel Edelle M. Jones was held in October. BOTTOM ROW: R. Andrews, T. lVICMullen, S Neal E DeMoss R Massey M Hutchison M Masttr D Dfillli ROW INN D l Alcoze, J. Lackey, M. Pearcy, J. Little, K. Moody D Townsend J Crai RONV THREE G Jackson C Ro c I I :bb M NIrNl nn G. Wilcox, E, Unger, R. Woods, D. Ruth. ROW FOUR C Hopkins J Pierce S Greenfield J Ratclifl R I bxbcn R XVrlls I Nl L zinger, M. Clark. fs., av C-5, ,f"'x ,Aki 'f H if School of Music Band Blows Big In L.A. Pavillion After sweeping three first places at the Villanova Jazz Festival, the North Texas Lah Band accepted Stan Kenton's invitation to play with his Neophonic Orchestra at Los Angeles Pavillion. Kenton introclucecl the neo- phonic, or classical jazz, souncl here last year. the first time it hacl ever heen hearcl outsifle Los Angeles. In other out-of-town perform- ances the A Cappella Choir tourecl the Southwest in an ll-city tour in 'llc-xas and Oklahoma. Dr. Kenneth N. Cuthbert Dean, School of Music S75 P ' i - l 'x Mrs. 1 posers -- L. lr. Kenneth N. Cuthben eau, School of Music liifil . I I I ' Mrs. Merrill Ellis, wife of one of the faculty com- posers, greets Vittorio Giannini on his visit here. "' T' S74 l ' iw William Anderson Former Fulbright student Dale Peters, now of the organ Yucca Who's Who - General Music faculty, performs in the opening organ festival concert. xg-S Julie Mobc-rg Rivers Trunmn Harris Yucca Who's Who - Piano Yucca Wlmcfs Who - II1Sffl'lll110l1tllll 1, 1 'dtux aw--I' -,.- - '1. ,. .f ,.--. .5 5 L13-er ,gg , -, -,, .. ,Q nvin-um" Q r. mn F' 'H u i ' - . '- f -. 3- ., V, , "1. 9 , ,. -S f,.f 'iv . .. Q.. if ,-an lin- Nurllm lun- Mgn'vlmxx1g Hum! zurmx nm- 4,1 lux fmntlmll pnrmn Hn' more- than HN! rnffrnlurrs nf the rimm- i'4lI'HlJ!TiHHX fiurmg th.. hralfiimv nf :m Ifnglw lmnr! spvnri :nn hour f':u'l 1 zffiwnuun przxwtiiving. a u E During Choir j ll? fg- . A Truman Harris 1 - Instrumental .vi 7 -'I - . yawifi-5ig,a V. 'ar .ww , ',,-', Q -fa: - ... 1 3311 1 ijxg. -,l.r 5,, .2 lembers of the PraCflCing' During its annual concert the A Cappella new work uses percussion instruments such Choir performed Antal Dorati's Mass. The as Chinese gongs and finger cymbals. Elaine Cormany YUCC21 Who's Who - Voice Sigma Alpha Iota Projects Go International The national program of Sigma Alpha Iota, largest and oldest in- ternational professional music fra- ternity for women, this year is "People to People," and includes the support of a symphony orches- tra in South America, the boosting of American composers and compo- sitions and the sending of music and instruments to charitable institu- tions. Besides working on t.his project, NTSU members also have played for students at the Denton State School. The alumni chapter spon- sors a memorial scholarship. NUI IXUNI RUN I L rmmx KK Iirclfnd N Isr1I I Xkillm rr S Illiott C XICISJOWLII B Corplcr V Robertson B Balkman K IXKO Ii hlu I Nlurmu I Nic-Cmnt 'NI Idwarcls I Skrisck C Scmldt C1 Williams I I A .- - lm.. .,, IIuI'Im ,I Mijn, YN, XV'irfIl'1v.. I, Ifnttfrson. M. Aliry, I, Fough, I.Spring,1f.f lm S II I IJ Vr I I' II Ii r I' I'IIi n INN, 1-01, , fri' 1- , y ', un Mu PI Cha Pro Seve the loc to Win ter at provin Wee to chil byteri each ' rhyth Dentc Oth nuall sors I WO1'kI secretaryi B' Hoflft Skrasek, serial-lf' L. MCGiI1H95, tml' T. av, B, Bffufm ,P- l5LG3Vgl1lg'ns'l6eld' LIZ' ' Mu Phi Epsilon Chapter Earns Province Award Several service projects helped the local chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon to win the most outstanding chap- ter award for the south central province of their group. Weekly, members taught piano to children at the Cumberland Pres- byterian Home, and two members each week conduct singing and rhythm band activities at one ofthe Denton State School dormitories. Other activities included the an- nual patrons' recital on which spon- sors performed. Some patrons' works were included. BOTTOM ROW: V. Puckett, alumnae secretary, M. Coates, trcas urer, ROW TWO: J. Barnard, president, L. Speer, secrctaryg K. Mc Laughlin, vice-president. BOTTOM ROW' M M k M C t P ' ' " ' ' L J ' ROW - - , . , . Atk , J, Gb , P. W 11 , R. Burkarth, A. Trans, V. Pickett, . fones. EXYOQJ- Stephell-S, B. Reulgii, L. Joclfilnsefion, L. Wiighltl, A. Cool-SDS. Asel,aLTTVIontgornery, E. Mahaffey, N. Reid. ROVV THREE: an , S. Nelson, E. Smith, B. Buchel, L. Speer, J. Frederick, S. Brown, S. Robertson. nm. I i Phi Mu Alpha Group Sings In Campus Concerts Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, national music fraternity for men, presented two concerts in the spring, one in February honoring the spring pledge class and one in March pre- senting the pledge class. Among selections played were "To the Children" by Jacques Ibert and Sergi RachmaninoFf's "Concerto for Clarinet." Members attended the Phi Mu Alpha convention in Abilene in April and helped monitor Univer- sity Interscholastic League. A IlUl"I'UM RUXY: J. Kikclw, R, NYl1itc, J. Bc-aty. H. Prim-. J. Morris. D. ffmnpbr-ll, K. Harris, J. Vilurcl, L. Lott, M. Walker, M. OISOD. I lxi-Atim:. ROW' TXVO: ID. Czirtr-r. S. XVilson. J. Solonmn. -I. Vnn Zandt, B. Thompson, R. Herrington, L. Howfcth, R. Seib0lfl,G. Jones. lximcs. J. Nanci-, XV. D. Riclicyv. R. Hr-an, R. Orton, B, Sr-1-lf-y, Dr. IC. Baird. ROVV TIfIREICg .I, Franklin, R. Campbell, E. Polocck, J. win. N. lloltr, U. Cillfii."lYl1S, S. Kuglc, I. Iiw-rs, H. Johnson, .I. 'I'ohi:is. J. Collum, L. Tobias, J. Evans, J. Saunders, A. Ccardcnas, D, 15. R Gullm-jc. RUXK' FOITR: A. I'nnc'ln-ri, R. Jnrkwn. J. Hula-, TJ. lin-1-rlr-n. C. Mcf'unf-, VV, Anrlr-rsrin, R. Hfrrmzm, W. H0uSi0Y1. L. lli lpf. l., Scrij-', 'I' I'-ilk, G XYliit!l--. ll ilfilnn-Q, V. llf-wsfiri, IJ XVilizins, MEN! Glu Pri Mus ferencf orgallli in any The N 70 mer dent it gram. Join cally g ship ir Associ sors al and oz dents. Las' ventio heard I '1 Dr. E. Baird, adiifPFl1l W, Anderson, prudf? MW? ,tty M- Seiboldr Mil rthirutiiri ers, A' HW U,f"l.ma11,W' C MENC Club Offers Pro Status Music Educators National Con- ference CMENCJ is a nationwide organization for anyone connected in any way with music education. The North Texas chapter has about 70 members and is open to any stu- dent in the music education pro- gram. Joining the conference automati- cally gives the student a member- ship in the Texas Music Educators Association CTMEAJ , which spon- sors all-state groups in band, chorus and orchestra for high school stu- dents. T Last year, officers attended a con- vention in Dallas, and members or , , i OFFICERS: E. Wheeler, secretary-treasurer, C. Cuthbert, publicntyg J. Van Zandt, vice-president, T. Polk, president. heard lectures by area educators. .- C15 Q' C1 - A, 'W ' . Q18 BOTTOM Row- s wmiams atm P Auf R B1 kb c. xrcoowen, G. Byous, T. Hale, J. RYWQLSA- Youngl Row TWOi Viyiordqig' 'slvrlifiifllj M1 w0Jd1Tif'Wrigh?J. E.iQlasek,lC.H11Hman. J- Jlgifklig L-giggeggi G' - -ley' S. Houseworth J. Allison. Row THREE: J. Tobias M. coats, C. Schrmdf-1 SPrH1gfie1d,M- Lelfwff-J' 'C Y' - Q ' 'W1ulamS,E- Murray C, Heath D Johnson A Cook S Grubbs K Allums ROW FOUR: C. Ferguson, A. VV1lboum,J- MCE1W31ne1 T- Polk, J. VanZandt, Wilhams, Phelps, ,J. Scherfz, DruI1im0i1d,R- Alpill, J. Goode, M- Schafble- Business 'Ph.D. Added to Degrees The addition of the program lead- ing to the Ph.D. in business admin- istration brought the total number of areas in which the doctorate is offered to six. This is the second straight year that a new field has been added. In 1964-1965 the three physical sci- ences-biology, chemistry and phy- sics-were started on the road to awarding the top academic degree. Number of areas wasn't the only quantitative jump for the Graduate School. During the summer session graduate enrollment was 2,59-1, rep- resenting a record-making 40 per cent of the enrollment. Tho Graduate Record Examination is required of most cases the test is taken in either the senior year of under- tudents before they can obtain a higher degree. In most graduate study or during the first graduate semester. and Grad with I -1 Dr. Robert B. Touka Dean, Graduate Scbf of UV eitsiifrt gf Graduate students in guidance may serve in a counseling capacity with students having academic or personal difficulties. Infeflhal discussion between doctoral candidates hints while the gTad11f1fe Students are W01'kiI18 and education faculty members provide helpful toward Hnishillg their 5113-1 academic Plateau Graduate School, continued I I As President Matthews reads a citation, Dean Blair holds a new Ed. D. awardee at winter grad- uation. Ei A candidate for an advanced degree in the on his oral exam over his studies and particu School of Business Administration is quizzed larly over his thesis or dissertation. 'CIN QlQ4g pil' Sli' 'll ulff' U! lug. Q rg-1 N 'e aqua.. 1... O lls::: o'l Oil as ings iii Qnwll glI'U'hl :-gflfi.3'll :pl UPN' guna pill rl f Teachmg fellow Laune Wmters mstructs a freshman Enghsh class Graduate SPURTS nl""" 1 I 1 4 A W i E 5 . 1 Edited bg Bene Jackson . .. . .-,. - -if - ,. V T . - - - 'g '- 1.',-- 1, .1--' '--br ', ' ,K D' ,M 1" .,,- ' , , 'T fn,1",x'Kwgf' ,JU 'Af Ji" 4,,'-.-,,1- 4- .,,., If ., - .eg -- c 1 1, iiuj L", -, . , .' . .a . - '. 1'iL'n',. san. ' 'f,"3f'g. 'ixilv .iff 1-:fl Q- '1f",fff'Q 1 'LL - , .-. ' N' ' - " infill' I-xf,',,-'N "...'f, ' I ' l Passing starring the North Texas Eagles was the pre-season plan of Coach Odus Mitchell. But, like the past two seasons, Coach Mitchell and his flock witnessed a disappointing sea- son - this year 3 wins and 7 losses. From the 61-15 opener with Texas Western to the 17-14 loss to Tampa, Eagle fans experienced almost constant frustration. But amid dispair there were moments of glory for the Eagles and Coach Mitchell. Quarterback Vidal Carlin and flanker John Love, the Eagles' junior passing-receiving team, both placed fourth nationally during the '65 campaign. And, even though the Eagles were on the bottom in the Missouri Valley Conference, seven North Texans made the Coaches' All-Conference first team. El is bg-gnu OPPQ bines rrth Texas nach Odus ns, Coafh ptillg Sea' the ern to t ed HWS ere Welt Mimhel- L0V9v h11 I th Placed . d, eve? . Missvuf' made the .3053 ax, .Elf OPPOSITE: Eagle flanker John Love com- bines speed and agility to elude tacklers for a touchdown. TOP: Vidal Carlin exemplines a good quarterback's prize possession-poise. When one member of the team is not on the field physically, more than likely, he is still in- volved in the contest mentally and emotionally. 1 lf , Ijflyqf-f r 'iii ffffie N Flock Stampeded, The heartbreak and disgust that the Eagles have experienced in the past began early in the season. In the Hrst game With Texas Western the Eagles were stampeded, 61-15. Texas Western struck for 21 points in the first 14 minutes of the game, and from that far behind, that early, it's as easy to be beaten by 47 points as 100. A 500-yard passing performance by the Miners' sophomore quarterback Billy Stev- ens provided TW C with their best scoring effort since 1949. TOP: Attention is a must on the gridiron. MIDDLE: While the defense is playing, the offense plans their strategy. But the season was young and Coach Mitchell pointed out that the team could hght hack or they could accept that one game as the whole season. The Eagles bounced hack in their second outing and downed the Parsons College Wildcats, 26-7. After a 7-7 first half. end Henry Holland and guard Berkley I-larkless led a defensive charge that held the Wildcats to two first downs and one yard total offense in the sec- ond half. 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His chance Zfjunf after Wichita's Gary Duffield was JSC ed from the game for a personal foul. n his Second try Love split the uprights for three points. if "'5Y1.'f ' Nia l'G?",7, . The referee signals the second attempt was good, inrlicnting tho lizngl had won another Homecoming encounter. Eagles Strut, Then Stumble To Cards, 29-21 The Eagles opened their Missouri Valley Conference schedule with the third game ofthe season against the Louisville Cardinals, and for two quarters they strutted like MVC champions. They rolled up 247 yards and 15 first downs while holding the bigger Cardinals to a 27-yard net total and only two first downs. But the Cardinals made a come- frorn-behind effort to drop the Eagles, 29-21. 6 as ly The the . 7,-.7 4 -Q-g-- 4-. if f. ww- A Eagles Fall To Tampa, Catch Tulsa's Eye l.l.'Ln..'-. I 5-1, -..-1-ual 5-1... '1.v!p0::f!.A..f.:',-1 .aa-.Mgt 7 A 47-yard goal with 15 seconds left in the first half decided the Eagles' encounter with Tampa, Fla., University. The 17 -14 loss left the North Texans with a 1-3 season record and low spirits for their next con- test and their second Missouri Valley contest with the turbulent Tulsa Hurricane. ,, "Hw- I 'is 0' i 'iv o 4 Q 5 I 6 I QQ I ' 3 P fo 'A' V . p rg.-lx ---,.,,' ,,.+-. -f 090 n 0 '51 7' 4- v' - ' 3' ,,, . V we .f,..g Eagles Improve, Opposition Too: Hope Falls Long 'WS-L, DP- r l TOP Practice sessions were moved under the stands because of bad weather RICHT: End Henry Holland signs autographs for fans. The young Eagles improved every game, but unfortunately so did the opposition. I The North Texans were sup- posed to have been blown out of Fouts Field by the Tulsa Hurri- cane, but the Eagles brewed up an aerial storm with Vidal Car- lin's throwing arm and scared the Hurricane to its eye before losing 27-20, an aerial prestige game. With seconds remaining, the Eagles' hopes for victory fell just an inch long. Carlin, who had completed 22 passes, overshot Hanker John Love. The fire gained by the Eagles which almost carried them to victory, came early in the fourth period when Carlin connected with Curtis Moore on a 62-yard pass-and-run touchdown play. But it wasn't enough and the Eagles had added another mark in the loss column, their second in MVC play. xiao- .., 7 IF' ll? 5 ,,.., .. l l r- ,J'Q PS - Q , X 1 -N Q M Y 3,4 ii- , 52 4 if 5: f ci: mr g it Pima ri ti Lex ' Biff L-2 if-'s X53 if ., 1 YQ Tr- A ii: 'Q x Ovgd ly 30 sup. ut of Eagle mem to e fourth nneded 62-yald 1 play, and the 1er mark I second H -1-sqm Immun' Ss. IFF!! ,A LJ- , 5' dage. t ns a Punt for good yar TOP LEFT: Coach Herb Ferrill makes the John Love re ur , . - - Ch ry is stopped Short-T team understand instructions. TOP RIGHT- TOP- Wlule er Eagles Grounded, Then Fly High When the Eagles go they go big. In the sixth game of the season the flock met the number one team in the nation, the Arkansas Razor- backs. But before the Hogs ran away with a 55-20 victory, North Texas gave the Porkers a big scare. Vidal Carlin set three NTSU passing records by trying 54 passes and remarkably completed 32 for 307 yards. Fourteen of Carlin's throws went to John Love. Love's pass-catching performance set a North Texas single-game record. At halftime the Eagles trailed 14-13. In the second half the Razor- backs had a 23-13 lead. Then the Eagles flew to Cincin- nati and flew over the Bearcats, 28- 24, for their first MVC win. With 1: 25 remaining in the game, Carlin passed to Love at the Bearcats' 5- yard line setting up the winning touchdown. fr . I V' 8 O , Ll f". 1,., lid , J rl ,,-,Z 2-1 ww' ' Q wg . fwxiff 1 .. . T Y fi- kk! 1 ' , If ac .- ' Q- I ' ,O Q' vi ' M I f ,, , , X, Q I Ak he'-4,41 . , .X,,. .. ,M ..1...mq NH.. ..,-' . , ' . e . ,'.. 1 rf. . ,, 2 ' .2 J ,X , ,, .. ,, ' TOP: Halfback Willie Cherry takes a be tacklers reaching. BOTTOM: Vidal pitchout and sweeps right leaving would- Carlin looks over defense. l? 1 . TOP: Larry Priestly uses a shoulder and his neck to down a back. BOTTOM: Love sees an opening and away he goes. Last Minute Field Goal Sets Up Victory Still remembering how sweet victory was from their last game, the Eagles gridders made it two wins in a row. John Love brought the North Texans from behind twice, delighting the Homecoming crowd by defeating the Wichita Shockers, 24-21. A 22-yard field goal with 1:17 remaining in the game did the trick. The Eagles' fianker needed the assistance of Wichita's Gary Duf- field, though. Dufheld was ejected from the game for a personal foul on Love's first field goal attempt for the winning points. After Duflield was ejected, Love got a second chance at the uprights. He made it. His kick from the 12-yard line put NT ahead 22-21. Seconds after Shocker quarterback John Eckman was horse-collared in his own end zone by defensive tackle Ed Brantley and end Henry Holland, giving the Eagles a safety and a final 24-21 lead. Playing on a rain-soaked field before a Homecoming crowd of 14,000 the king-sized victory was a display of balance - a deter- mined offense and a tough defense. The of- fensive line protected passer Vidal Carlin and the defense successfully held the Wichita offense. fl ,-fg, I Y N J v 3 w 4' . Q4 ffl? 6 Eagles Finish Season On Starting Note At this point in the season the Eagles were beginning to really understand the Word Winning. But they were soon slapped back to the old World of defeat as they dropped their last two games of the season. Memphis State started the nightmare for the Eagles with a 28-0 licking. While the de- fensive troops did a better job than the score indicates, the offensive unit suffered a lapse for the first time in many Weeks. Vidal Carlin passed inconsistently, hitting only 12 of 39 attempts for 122 yards. The final loss of the season Was to New Mexico State. Paced by speedy Wingback Jim Bohl, the Aggies romped over the North Texas Eagles 43-13. A I I TOP RIGHT Love looks dazed after a diving attempt for an Defensive tackle Ed Brantley Shows Whyf00tba11 overthrown pass TOP Corkey Boland steps into open field. isarough and tiring game. l 'I The b0i with th . i ii i 1 4 E if I , . . I 1 5 I I 3 l L l l 1 Q 3 2 1 FIR if J- S i Mat ii BW It Bra- l P i l l i i I ai NTSU Football: Team And Coaches ' S - - 4 jf . Q 2 fi f ,if ff X NSU' The boss, Coach Odus Mitchell, is in his 20th yea - . with the Eagles and is, of course, the senior member? rgele1l:3c:l'l::sle1E Ftiiicfl llficlllaslnn right, Bob Way, Herb Ferriu, 9225 fem .. 13 X FIRST ROW' S Rose O Howard J Love B Wade T. Reese, C. Moore, T. Glenn, J. Bower, T. Ritchey. SECOND ROW: P. Draper, d THIRD ROW T Murski B Wallace A. 'lt Sllhler, W.. Cherry, ,R..Finklea,,S.' Jones, Price, R. Bell, G. Fowler, E. Blackwoo . : . , . , atthews H Burke M Kahn H Cooper F Washington, J. Wolif, A. Long, R. Romike. FOURTH ROW: K. Terry, B. Parks, D. FIFTH ROW: D. Neale, B. Anderson, E. Eowen, Tf Rojas, L. ,Spoon, M. 'Mec1inf0n, 'F. 'Morrow, R. Pitts, L. Priesuey, A. Chambers. fantley, R. Sterling, B. Sanders, H. Hollandg-B. Harkless, J. Russell, C. Boland, V. Carlin. More Practice, Better Form a xi ". TOP: A lunge can be helpful or harmful, but in this case, a touch LL and point. RIGHT: Form is important in fencing practice. I G lv Q Qi' Q - J, .t ' . 'V s J 1 . ' V 5.22 L It ?5'?'. -+,, X ,fijlf Axyf XX ff? ,,,, 'xx gn ,M . gp K 1 SM x if f I I I .J s KNEELING LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Hurlbert, C. Bockbrader, T. Hood. STANDING: G. Brown, sponsor, G. Shultz G. Peyton, M. Dickerson, P. Fagin, D. Ward, M. Salaum. , .+.l I F I 1 I f l Y 'fz-f"'T' 7 Something New has been added to the North Texas basketball team-a new coach. Coach Dan Spika Qpronounced Spee- kaj, 34-year-old University of Minne- sota assistant, was appointed head basketball coach. His hiring ended a month and a half of speculation on who would be named to succeed Coach Charlie Johnson, who after coaching the Eagles for five seasons presented his resignation. Basketball spirits were higher than ever, even though victories for the cagers were, in the past four years, few and scattered. But with the arrival of the new coach, many felt that this situa- tion would change. The high spirits were slightly damp- ened, however, with the announcement that students would have to obtain free tickets to see the flock play, instead of just walking in the gym on their I. D. 'Ay 'Q 11 , . . . ii ll, 1' LEFT: Willie Davis Hghts for a rebound TOP: A cheerleader whips a Cardinal. - Z",- To be a good rebounder you must be mean, and 6-8 Davis expresses the face that is used. Basketball Team's Workouts Doubled Coach Spika didn't waste any time in trying to de- velop a well-rounded basketball team, not only on the basketball court, but also in the classroom. After a hard pre-season workout, the Eagles were kept together for another hard workout - studying. The team practiced from two to four hours, and then studied for two hours. This was a part of Coach Spika's new approach to the basketball situation here at NTSU. 9 ,itll U ? And when a member of the team isn't rebounding or dribbling, then he is shooting, and Davis shows you how to do that also. fl i' W1 Au..- LEFT: Davis tries to take a rebound from a West Texas player. TOP: Coach Spika explains during a time-out how to react to different situations. After Louisville's Westley Unseld said he would put fans felt it would be appropriate to display this sign Eagle Willie Davis thru the basket with the ball, some during the Louisville-NT game. 5-1-fran jk QAXWHXS O fog ., pn I 41 I' M11 X, A 'gffffj Coach Spika brings out his note pad to make guard Ron Miller understand offensive plays. , 1 1 I i i . TOP: No one can stand to look at the ball or each other. BOTTOM: Abshire has situation under control. n ki Qi I iii I Sives 11" 'lf X5 IQ! ,il- HIHIEXS l ,mg s b -, 2,31 1 , A, ' tai TOP: Doug Reedy tries for rebound. BOTTOM: Coach Spika gives instructions to Ron Miller. Eagle Basketball Opens With Prestige Wins The Eagles opened the season with im- pressive victories over San Antonios Trinity. Baylor and West Texas State, but they re- turned to standard operating procedure, as they started one of the longest losing streaks in the school's history. By the end of the first semester the misery for Coach Dan Spika and his Eagles had started. His 6-8 center Willie Davis and 6-5 forward Albert Jones fell to the grade reports and were ineligible for spring play. But there was some reliefg Carl Miller, 6-7 forward, re- joined the Eagles after missing spring last year and the fall semester because of illness. 9 .1 . I, J 1 1 4 1 2 1 I 1 Q 'ufff--5 - ' 7 TOP: A loose ball causes a mad scramble. BOTTOM: Russell shows his shooting form. I "Practice Not Punishm nt," Spika Favors Zone Defense Before the first of the season Coach Spika an- nounced that his Eagles needed a great deal of hard work before the first game and he felt safe for the season. And on one occasion the Eagles had a full workout after a regularly scheduled game. Spika noted, however, that the practice was not punishment. "In such a situation it is good," he said. '4They have just made the mistakes and at this time practice is more meaningful to them. The mistakes are still fresh in their minds. I think it helped them a great deal." Coach Spika also pointed out that "you play in a game as you Work in practice." After the first three games Spika decided it Was time to change the Eagles defense from the usual one-to-one to a zone defense, usually played very eifecctively on equally matched teams. From the happy opening of basketball season to its sad conclusion, Coach Spika never stopped trying to add another victory to the record. Inevitable Happens, r NT Drops Fifth -Then the inevitable happened. Aft- er winning four games in a row - the first time since the 1953-54 season, in which the team won eight straight - the Eagles received their first defeat of the season from Hardin-Simmons.. A horde of Cowboys completely buried the Eagles with an aggressive full-court press that caused turnover after turnover for the Eagles. Eagles made a comeback attempt in the final four minutes, however. The Flock came from eight points back to within two points of Hardin- Simmons. The Flock then stood with- in two games of tying last year's wins for the group and 4-1 on the season. They added another victory with a win over West Texas State before the Christmas holidays. But with the holi- days came misery for the Eagles and Coach Spika. T t A 'l i f ,ry 2 f. X Nui 'Q t A' 2 tx , uh TOP: Russell drives around Bradley defender for two points. RIGHT: Good jumping helps Dale Abshire get another rebound. -Ai S -'ng-'I-,,. xx -Ying . Xt ,Z X' Fu.. T Unseld Hits With Ball, Misses With Davis The top attraction in the Louisville-North Texas tilt as the battle beween centers Westley Unseld of Louisville and North Texas' Willie Davis. Both men are hefty 6-8 and both were known for their rough action under the boards. Unseld, who ranked second in the nation in rebounding, was quoted as saying before the game: "If Willie Davis doesn't get out of the way, I'm going to stuii him through the basket' with the ball." TOP: Coach Spika has a closed session during time out for instruc- tion. RIGHT: Willie Davis takes a ball off the board. Shorty Miller Shows 'Em How fx -T iw Even the short men have a chance on the boards and Ron Miller shows how. an "' N. Z" K , x.-N X X, , g n f Lslw ' 5 I .e QQ. ' e TOP: Albert Jones gets set to shoot but is delayed by a foul. RIGHT: Players wait for rebound. - l P P ,-- I .. Li" -I-O --X " ' A' N Q.. 1 N,-A m 7 . X5 -. - - ,- .. ,hiv X ri N g, V, xx , ,P V , PY X ,, 1 - ... It . iv X , .al X - , 3 il l X, fx - 4 ' X 1 '. . H . '- 7 X . .1 ,-. .l,. ,Y .. 1 A ' or , .1 IMD, ,.,.- 4 , 'I -' ,f 2 . ' - s , TOP: An OCU player takes a timely rebound off the boards. LEFT: Officials discuss the rules 3I2 f PM gy J Eag. poin 4 S Q , , l vb 1 of M ,l qi-6 :Q- r it l W i l C. i ar Eagle Guard Rubin 'Russell goes high in an attempt to add more points to his evening totals against Bradley. Center Carl Miller uses his big 6-8 frame and long arms.t0 bring in another rebound against a Bradley defender, who fouls him. Forward Ira Daniels demonstrates his jumping ability as he blocks a layup. l1 .A-1' C In ,4 W r W Y Y E Q 1. T0Pf Dani6lS. Flock Rests, Picks Up In Cellar CThe Eagle cagers had a 16-day layoff for final ex- ams and then the flutter- ing flock of Coach Spika picked up where it left off -in the Valley cellar. But more misfortune was added for the North Texans. Their slim basket- ball hopes for the remain- der of the season were dealt a crucial blow when two veterans, center Willie Davis and guard-forward Albert Jones, were de- clared ineligible for the spring semester. Coach Spika had hoped to combine the talents of -returning Carl Miller, a 6-7 senior center, with the abilities of Davis, Jones, a 6-5 senior, had been a starter throughout his varsity career. Davis was sixth in scoring in the MVC for all games played. fmq TOP: Even though basketball is not a OCU coach to the floor to shout some contact sport, players easily find the instructions to one of his players. floor. BOTTOM: Action brings the EJZT I Q A , l ,s ls W' Rubin Russell used his speed and agility along with his soft touch to score against Oklahoma City. 5 fl S. i Y E' l i , Q Y TOP: Ron Miller uses big center Carl Miller to screen 1 defender. BOTTOM: Doug Reedy gets ready to shoot. V I 1 . 1 4 Qi l l s il -' Spika Wants To Win One, Falls Points Shy The losing streak became longer and longer for the Eagles with every game, although the Eagles staged late rallies in many games falling only points short of a victory. The closest of the season was a 94-92 loss to the St. Louis Billikens. The 92 points scored by North Texas was a two year high, topping by two points the 90 the Eagles scored against Bradley in an earlier MVC game. Coacha Spik summed up his feelings about the losing streak the Eagles were in this way: "The heck with playing these good, close ball games. I just wish we could win one or two of them." The schedule for the Eagles brought tougher and tougher competitors, and the season seemed longer and longer. The only thing the Flock could do was to sit back and watch the other MVC teams battle for the top conference honors in the valley, hoping next year would bring a better season for the Eagles. TOP: An Eagle fan expresses disagreement with call TOP: Bradley's Ernie Thompson goes for a rebound 'Wvrv aww O ' N ZW! j 'Z ,, , ,s f- 1 v a llQ,i1E2?' 5 I U 8 nl J 51... L..-.Q It 9. qt fa I AN-EH ,, Q LX TTO . - . ,th Call, Davis, SIEPRIQYV- Ralbln Russell, Ira Damels, Jolm Burks, Ted Barnes and Ron Miller. ROW TWO: Bob Burns, Butch Pruett Wx 1 116115 W1 und' IQ and Alan Cansgoarl Lew Thornbrough. ROW THREE: Trainer Billy Hughs, John Jones, Dale Abshire, Albert Jones Doug Ree for 21 febo U x V Center Willie Davis looks around to see if he should pass the ball or shoot. 1---15 Russell Like To "Run and Shoot," Hits Them Too By this point in the season Eagle fans had only one reason to attend one of the Eagles' home games - to see how many points Rubin Russell would hit during the evening. Spika pointed out that because of the loss of Davis he could no longer play the control-type offense Where the ball is Worked into the "big man" for an easy shot. So he had to let the "little guys" in the game do some of the shooting from the outside, and Russell got the call. A 6-1 junior college transfer from Parsons College, Rus- sell holds the philosophy "to run and shoot. Sort of a free- lance basketball." He started his high scoring against the Bradley Braves when he dumped in 38 points, but it was only the beginning. In his next outings he hit 19, 38, 37, 23 and 40 points respectively to move into first place in MVC scoring with an 18.3 average. He was named to the All-MVC iirst team. ' ad only One 'CO see GS S during the of D3.VlS he S9 Where the Y shot. S0 he 501119 of the the call, i l LS C0ll3gef Rus' ,. Sort of a free- .ing against the inte, but it was Q flI'Sl3 place H is 113-med to the NT Adds Gymnastics To PE Program Until last year North Texas had never had a gymnastics team. Then John Marcinko came to NTSU and was placed as coach of 3 group of mostly inexperienced boys who were interested in gym- nastics. The first group put on sev- eral halftirne shows at basketball games last year. TOP: Hanging from the rings takes strength. BOTTOM: The split is executed by an Eagle. Tag S U TOP: Team work is the key to a successful gyiiirmstics team BOTTOM: Gymnasts make a stunt like this look easy. . . E a 5 I x . l 4 54.505, A 1 if' I -5, -Qi'-r TOP: A flip is executed on the trampoline. BOTTOM: Gymnast shows practice and desire is needed. 5-. "iA"li- . I ,'H'?,,- 1.1 I . C' 1 K 1 I ii- X USU 'ff' QTSL NTSO K Ea-"'3' .W W I, BOTTOM RQW: Max Leach, Carolyn Frasure. Leland Jackson, Bob Cox, Sandra Penick, Jim Gailbraith. ROW' TWO: Bob Batton, B111 Lusby, Mike Bubok, Dwight Roberson, Rocky Schenck, Roy Lebnann, Jonathan D. Steele and John Marcinko, Adviser. ROW THREE: Roy Scruggs, John Bowie, Phil Sprague. John Chapman and Steve Watson. l T ,M ,ww-4 31,411 'V , f'Wfnv214gL64f?z-f t af I M Trackster Doyle Magee accepts outstanding athlete trophy at the 14th annual North Texas Relays last year. Congratulations are in order for Magee from team- mate Fred Pink after the Eagles' relay win. yi 115 F 'gn-16 'l Wi I-Y' -nf- , 'F' l 1' 'Y' 'T' 'W' ?"Y -1 M . :nr -ra. ' ,M -fl - Yr:-an f ' ' 'mga 2 iq,-fa ? 4 jfs-A . ,f , nzffigey . J ig? 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API' -' J' A. 4-" , frz.-fe 1- -ff ' v A-we-it fig' F- . - ag," - . ' '- 3' - . . 6'fHF,'.--,fvlff 7ee1E?-fgsiff ,,,',,f"..',,gJb06:A ""' 'Qhar 54. ff ' , TOP: Magee wins the 220-yard dash in Howard runs a 9.7 100-yard dash. LEFT: Q, " 1 I the MVC meet. B O T T O M : Oscar Linscornb shows perfect form. x- A L Half-miler Jody Horton put everything he has into the last 100 yards of the 880-yard run but it wasn't enough. ,,a.f,f-1 , -,QI , ,,, Nz' ' '0- N TOP: Sprinter Johnny Neumann starts his quarter mile race. RIGHT: Doyle Magee lets up down the back stretch. Magee Leaves No Room For Dispute The Eagle tracksters opened their season at the annual Dallas Invitational Track and Field Meet in Dallas. In last year's meet Doyle Magee and Abilene Christian's Gale Harrison ran what looked like a dead heat in the 330-yard dash. The iinish judges said Harrison finished a tenth of a second ahead of Magee. This year Magee took the event 10 yards ahead of the field. Track Coach Winton E. fPopJ Noah felt that his team would make a good showing early in the season in spite of bad Weather conditions that hampered Workouts since the Christmas holidays. But the biggest problems that Coach Noah and his cindermen have to face every year is the lack of depth on the squad. Coach Noah thinks he has star personnel, but not enough of them. ii ' I I I I A ll. . Q: . il I g. . E TOP: vaulte I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I LBaVe .Real Opened their s Invitationa allas.In1aS.. 'f and Abilene on ran what l the 330-yang 'Said Harrison ond ahead of 00k the event' d. - fP0pl Noah malie a good :on 1n spite oi hat hampered tmas holidays. ns that Coach have to face depth on the as he has star h of them. V .,. ,., 'A 7 ff 41. f TOP: Flying over the bar seems easy for Eagle vaulters. RIGHT: Ira Daniels clears the bar at 6-1. p 4 A Tizlil A , . ep. - 3"-?',ff.'.- .. -v "' ' 4 V -, S-1, Ax.z.Li ,E-Lf-i1l'31:3'!f'f5 .-.L TQP2 Louis Smith starts the 440-yard relay team Wlfh a good run. RIGHT: Smith also adds a first. 4 . M-.hump '1 l .3 A il I ,V ev , ':.i.:.l.,.-,:,V i igiglst- ' pi ' ...,.....,-.- ,....,........',... vvcgrg A- v- V- v- 7' v' v",wv Q v'- iiv -rd v Y - , Y . . - Y v "-" ' V , ., Ji- 'aj -7, g -1 '21 . -,Y . Y'-v - Y - , , . 1 ,I ff ."""' ' ' ' ' -v---WY, j""' ,Y V, l i, it . W , .- -nv M '1"'T'-gf QDV 2 ' :annals Q '+gxagk eMl',?M lwvwg, ...W f 1 -f . . , le--' ' 2 ' ' - L -f - . r 5 r ,af Y W! H' . V 1 My ,i,.2.iV ,, .Q ,r .fi lS,,,,,45Va?,d,,jb A , V ,gy ,, 3, y by H W , i Q - 1 g. Q A I V Q A for is .. ,Y . Q , 2 ' , ,.. -V .f. ,,..W,ym1.m,z 1,g.zggm7"f!1 - Q 5 Ig 1 i w 1- ' ' 'bm 4 ' 1-' . L?,4.f-wwf i ' ' ."'.5tW" :Nl - ,J . r i , - wwf, 'f?K'Aj,.'5kE"' 4- .-,-3 ' ' ' " - .- 7 1 2" 'I za ' 'yalqmf if-""'l' Q wif?" 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"W: M f , ,, A. of ,.. Eagle John Lore expressed determination and displays ability TOP: Daniels olearsthe high jump bar at 5-5- as he takesoff in the broad jump, hoping to win the event. TOP: Miler Ken Nichols runs relaxed in the ! ' ' race. l a I I . r -.1 Yi .- !. '11 , ' Qi' 1,-as "f " ff-J 7 -' i 4, Cf' if 4. 4 .x-if , i A , .. .,,- ,F X :fr ,-L , i dll' , IIII' ,, 'flgfflllf 9 W P TQTF?-' X wr ra th, - ' mp ba . Q Hgh Ju elaxed ln runs I ,' x' ' 77' - . - . j 415-T4vp-v - Yi 5 . . L h S . v V""1 5' ' f Qyfw-I--rin ' , - lu-o + " '4 - ,L- Xer 4' 1 X- ,g+f+e+ar: E of 11 in it ,G X SA v- , wifi 4 -ff-ff T -- 3-rl -W-H '1 ' T if 4 T- A 'F QL 'aa X ttf 'ffff ' ir' 4 ' . A ,y ,il . 9 A' -- .- inns "ig,,,," , gui ' ' liQ .2q Q- if l?5,g,,5'bs. il gf'i,jf,zFg1+2fz's-1:5 T "1 ffylq 715. V T ' 'Q W . V ,,-, 4-. "1UiC ' -uw.-J, - "-f ' . . mi ' '-' , L-Fi La-fa-. -. - --++2w+'5Z'.'!Ts . at ,g-sf - .t -. , 73534, I I UQ, :g,4.s,.,TZ+if -,M.1fw-:- r. 4 , ' . M . a,.Hf'f- ggi x:i.,H-N.. -Q13--4 'Q ,. naar: " ""ff""' r- ,ii ""..'.9f"" 'ff' '-at 'ti L4- he -r., " V. . - I , V' -tityivm.---g-gf ,Oh t i, A - H . 'Q' V. -i.:A v iv -ff., , , V ' .. , w ,-'-Q:-fer-. V- 1- v -E 'f" "1Q.. ri K- 4 Q r 4 Q E is-4, ., fmanffsg- ' r We V . -'hs-4,-.-4,-.yi 4 E , i - ' 79 Wmiievufzgggm. i 5,4 . . , . A I .,.,,q.v.-f IA J-.--LL J I -f X 1 L X.-Wt, ,Tis .fflai r g ' , . r???,l,M TOP: Ken Garland and Ken Nichols led the field in the ,4,y,'T,,.I ""' ' 4 lkjratg ' two-mile run. RIGHT: Fred Pink opens up in the 440. -' -. 4 it wPfg-7',?if"g'f57ll- .,7l 1 1 L wff, . 5, ,QL QXX lf! "'e 4 s 1 - ?9tr,- f .4?5.Q?1f-'x7TiT: i floe Yalenty hands the baton to anchor man John Hagler 111 a winning effort in the mile relay for the freshmen. up g A., ,, - if -- ...,c., A agee, Linscomb Set Standards For Eagles When Coach Noah preclicterl that "some of his track boys would make themselves known," he had no idea that it would happen so soon. Doyle Magee, the leading Eagle sprinter, posted a 46.3 440-yard clash time to establish the second fastest time in the nation early in the season last year. Ron Linscomb, broad- jumping ace, set standards for the Eagle record books by breaking the triple jump mark, the outdoor mark and the indoor record. Linscomb won five straight meets. Larry Priestley was also busy breaking broadjump records. The freshman from Austin broke the schoolls broadjump record, for a freshman, in every meet he partici- pated in. Then the Eagles started preparing for the all-important MVC meet. Q ww . www, l Ma-, ,w ...., 4 N ,,,.,.,.v--ff: 5 .M-.v....- Q 'L Q- M. X-wk' M ' " ' ,Sw I ,,.. , 'VE' ff .Am--.--1'-"'f Q ..,.-.9 wr ,fm .,,...,N ,-7 2 ' ' Q ,t ri v f- , - , - -I ,4 5 ,r . .rf'!""" ' -- fi t ' . f 4 f 1' -sfrf.. -A , .. f- ,. ' ' "5 -"'1's,-- cf' - a . ..-.1 .. f. -Icizf'ifi""a -JJ -T. . ,ww :Ji ',ff.,.a:3XL - xl -,V A . ,.L1f'I'f L'u..'.-."'f?:x.-? f-:.f.r1 5,-Luanne .1 .Vasa-f..s.r '- ts. Eight Records Fall At 1965 Relays -Elghli 1'9CO1'ClS were broken and two more wt-ru tied at the 14th annual North Texas Relays in 1065 and two of the marks belonged to North Texans 44 DOyle Magee. For only the third time in the relays history, ideal Weather aided runners from Lamar Tech, Southern Methodist and Richardson High School as they emerged as division champs. is 1 I MA wwhrtww Q 40" 744 . by 555-ng-. .., " ' " """""' -A Jar. A-. ,,, 'M "" TTL. ,, A 1 ,V .LT . r so ' vs M:1f:.,"""". 1 " -ffili sa.-Lil-'ef--.-..,,-... ' --i-mv' H. N- . E+-L...i..,,,.,i,, .- f- , , - - LI' A' ' " ' -sr L U . f" ',.. " --f7"J'ZL. s""' -W---1--':' - r- .. . N4 - .. U i g .A,,- 4-f W.- "+- -W I ---sail. ,nw W - tvs. .. M ...TJ v ,in-xg . ...-li TL. M9Ax. my 34, Vkwix wr- V T . thhetempfy Staftmg block eymbolizes the quickness of 0 racksters and the desire to win their event. -' WGA- . .. V -,-,.,..,-i.-W ? A .l. -we- Magee, who was named the meet's outstanding athlete, led the Eagles to 39 points and third place in the University division. Magee ran record times in the 440 and 220 yard dashes with clockings of 46.3 and 21.1 respectively. The former time was the best recorded in the state last year. Magee's 440 time broke Eagle John Cotten's 47.5 school record set in 1958 and erased the 47.5 relays record set in 1964 by Brian Davis of Lamar Tech. The Eagle mile relay team added to topping the Eagle honors by winning the mile relay with 3: 13.7, the best time of the season for the group, and one of the fastest times in the state for the university- class mile relay. 1 NT Cindermen P4 1 K w 1 i r N v i i x 1 I l x l ' Break Three Records ill 'r li V Iig I1 I W N ki xl ll ll '1 My M i i l 1 1 ' , . ,,: -'.'.!"ai Annum.: , .A . mc, W... ll.-11 i X J d fell in the 1965 Missouri Valley Conference Six recor s meet and Eagle cindermen collected three of them. Eagle ' ' l if Ron Linscomb set a new broad Jump record With a eap 0 25M, erasing the old mark of 24525 set in 1955. Arvester Shep- ' ' ' ' th relims pard ran a 37.9 330-intermediate hurdles trip in e p ' d t erase the old 38.4 MVC record. The third Eagle recor o was Doyle Magee 21.2 220-yard dash in the prelims. He later ' ' ' A b . f Drake. Won the event in a close finish with Gary Os orn 0 ,4..l l C 'llo and Ken Garland ROW TWO' Coach POD Ego 9 KNEELING: Doyle Magee, Calvin Bowser, Wayne Fitzgerald, Otto.Morris, E oy arrl , , Noah, Jody Horton, Ken Nichols, Oscar Howard, Louis Smith, Johnny Neumann, John Love and Coach Dave Ballauer. ROW THREE Ron Cowart and Charles Norman. li 334 .L l TART yi llllll 'Q If "Lf: ,wr 'W' ' 51,1 4 . A- , KN 7 w l lv 1 W"i u 1 'x, l.l',l' I : .'Xl'Vl'fll'F bln-pymrll ,turf-1 llll' rmlf- xwlznjp an i lrjillllli 'l'Ul': Sln-pgwzml lzznn-lx -nl If- lfnfrl l'1r1l. l rr LEFT: lYayne Fitzgerald Concentrates before he attempts to Clear the bar in the pole vault. TOP: Sheppard leads the field in the mile relay. i .,. ,- way l z ,. l ix 'I ' Q w f.. u,' I , llil 1, V . ' X fi 1 A- ltt X :QM 2 7 'x 9- -1 -, 1 - . . Llnl' ll: Conch lx:-n llllllllnvll Ixnlav- um- ul 4-fgviigwrii-,iii :fir tt-um. 'l'0l': llvsirt- i4 1-xprw-i-fl .e- ii:-it--r iiirrugii fur lull av O I LEFT: Dennis Conner shows form in returning a high loh. TOP: An Eagle tennis player waits for hall before swinging. itll 1 J 7' "www ,, ,, , .wwuawedm Eagle netters are QLEFT TO RIGHT! Don, W1lson, Paul Snodgres, and Robert Reid. Second Row: Mlke Engleston, In this sequence an Eagle netter shows how to stroke the ball on backhand. ,i I F., ,. .... 4 5-'wif , ww R FSS , sv-1, , l.. . ' vii 1 ga , W ,,f-" 'T""? -wif 1'A ""f jf Y if , tj., , 2, , R. eww " ' L' .,. Wx"i'3'05 911 2: li -ng 4 1 I T IEE EYEI inc som Chl ta' had pro his I Q Coach Lines Up Rough Matches Row: Mike Englesli , . , 4, f Ng, l , F 1 .': xi ,. L, is 4.4 I 1 ' .,. , v , .452-i 1:-,1 gk W ,515 ,iw r 'X 'ff.5f1'V .ww ' QU "' J 'ls This season Coach Bahnsen is preparing his team to face one of the toughest schedules ever. The Eagle netters, who have been Work- ing since the first of the fall semester, have had some strong competitors, such as Corpus Christi University, TCU, Colorado and Wichi- ta State. "lf We beat any of those teams, We will have had a good squadf' Bahnsen said. "Our record probably Won't look as good as in the past. I tried to get matches with the strongest teams I could find in order to get our players ready for the MVC tournament. I believe We have the most potent schedule in the state." 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Intramurals: Something for Everybody In intramurals a pass receiver can't quite find the handle on the ball as he misses a well-thrown pass. , H --si nv A BSU pass defender tries hard to stop pa completed pass. l r l a fender tI'l0S haldll l pass. l n 4 Although it looks easy, intramural Weight lifters BOTTOM: Softball is the favorite intramural sport at NT practice weight lifting as hard as any other sport. TOP: A North Texan tries to lift over 200 pounds. ll..- f'ff'f ' 3 -fb , Y 311.3 Sr ,,,ql , i . h 3 -5. H- 5 ,, -, - '-7 vs f-. . y . xx, TOP: A Sigma Nu football player gains more yardage. BOTTOM: Sigma Nu plays tough defense. 342 myfwnw-wen,,.1qnr"' " V . ,A n ,V N li 0 f-xi. ,.. .os-.-. 5 , ' U 1 nhl, Q r 5' r I V 4 - I - i .. .My 445-b'-J F' . I '. t -i ..,......, 5. , . - , - '- ' X Nt K W' .. V . v- l ,ll - -'ta ,S , . - auf- ., x,,.--N J - - ,,,-:.r"",x-1-.'4' "-s. 7 .- "" -' . to ,L " - ' , J ' 1 'T'J.- U - V- .. ,f-- Q-.. px Q v .X . , N xs-Q' 1 . 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I.- U 'af .1 5 , ..." r " Path bl0CkeW lie pass receptlon- .-llc .' X X x x ' .905 X .ll Intramural players must wear a number. This student chose 008. -..-an-...gm-, x 1 c,V J! qi- .1 gkurs -"J , gi.: RQ, ng- , W.. sz , l 1 W 5 ,QA -4, , '24 'ww f W l.r-pfbr -4, , 13 ,Q - s- .-4 - .A-1, . md. A 4-,.f,,.uq, I. U. ,, . - -,4 .- 4. .,-L, .-, A T I , is 1. Q. , . 1 . ' H1 0 an, I 1 ..r- --.. ,ku "4-vsQ,L... ....,, ',' Golfers Win Fifth With Record Low The North Texas golfers took their fifth straight MVC championship last year as the Eagles came through' With the lowest score in Missouri Valley C011- ference history. All five Eagle golfers finished in the top 10 of the 39-man field and compiled a team total of 868 - four strokes better than the previous best team score of 872 set in 1951. North Texas Coach Herb Ferrill saidhe was "real pleased" with his golfers performance in the MVC tournament. Later the team tried to uphold its strong record in the NCAA tournament. 1 In 17 previous appearances, the North Texans Hnished out of the top 10 only three times and out of the top fiveonly five times. V ww, . I- ' 'Jr ., - 1 1 1 'tl 1,,,.,,... Q K., - I 'V-A f 1 1 ..f'g-s-4-Lana,-yf"Ii fr , f ,J-4" un... , 4' f' ., , ' ,', ' .yu ,,,, 4,.. 1 - ,N-.A -. J, ,, , 5 f, 1 V 4 i"',A , ' , '. if ,'5J .T "5-H - A .- , , f rL'1'!"Z" ' h . ' 5 D .- r, 1 ., A H 'aye I - 4 - .ff-1.,.. I 4 -, ' .5 -L4-:,,.,., . . ir, V .. 1" 1-' -51"-'f ' ' - , ' f 5, , . ,,.3 ' ,-1 - f, igg l ' '- -- V ' ' " J-:'4?fz 1 - 4 " " An Eagle golfer prepares to tee off. TOP LEFT: NT golfer shows tee form ""5""9""UlP' vrvwfnufm new-ff H j X w,M: I . ff -A Z. f. I1 ' .x If A il 2' c I - ' l 1" f ' J, r I I i :- I all I . 17 3 X , -,M Q A I '1ir,s.:f2rfvJ'i in 1 Y-I Q l,,. 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I. 2' . vgl . xgujfll I 4' ,Y 3' ' ,S 1 ,453 ' I' ...,.. ,, .l f Jwfl ' gg J .wwf " :",fj',j:ff ,Milf . fl V' "U tri, " V f ' " nk A .1 ,r i 93341. ,.j wwmw , FPS lil: f fowl' ravi WEE ,X i I .1 A ' vi , f- . - . , ,I Tl: , ,, . ' 1 VVLV 5 A" , W ,aa y r- , V , ' 1 X, " x , 5 " l Y I A ' . , , , Q" M Q' ' , A ff: -' V .,' A, , A f fg X" . I , , ,- QE: ter J- C -V-'L' x f . , . , fr l :fig , ,5-4 m amaws saa,, .1 l '53 2'!iif"' '-- 'ff , WN ' A -jf. I , if V --f .. . - . r- . ,Q-N f ' f- , . ,f ' - w '- if f 7 y r ,H ' V , VV ,,,Uy',QJf",",j., 2,4 I ' , ,Qi A1-gf 'ff :J 5,4 f u' ' nf: ",?' 'V Avaya. , X. , " " rQ,fifF:,:'f5f4f1v'Q'5,Lff,f,.':Li ' "Sm-1 offers-'.,. , ,v ., A ' ' N ",,,zffZ4'5f+ ,, , I ,, Ai, V ,, C Concentration plays an important role in the game and it is usually demanded. An Eagle golfer expresses this quality. A North Texan prepares to put for a birdie and a Chance to win medalist honors in a dual tourney. li W , ,AJ .jf T I' J' L:-I 71 ' If- ,el xi'F"'i' i l iff? 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HQ ' 1 'fl gg!-4 'QQ-lon wr- .QW 71:4 - , 58' ' A , tv- , 'Y ' ww" . - . ' , I , 4 , fy ' . - r-.H Q 7 1+ A , , 7 I il Z . ' ,INN 5 'V , , rx v ,. K ' 5 i ' 1 x Y X . A .gxw ,, 4 M., . , , 4 . ' 1 1 .- lf... q 1 S A .. Q, .u. r - x M -QI ' x ' V, 4.6 .yew ' I 'ov 1 ' . , 7 'A ,1-5.4 - 1 f ' x Y ', K , . J . sf ' ' .ll i , ' I . N 5 I ,,, X i ,,V,liM . .5 L I , ' 'H1 V 8' 1 X W V a J . , V , K . " ALJ-Q f.a.,, .QA ' I l"f"m Ulf fl' firlll fI"'lll5'l' ROW? 'Ulm' I"rvfl4-rivlzsr-11. Ras Allen. Ric-lmrrl Cosby. SECOND ROW: Harold Gardner Warren Luebckey -llI'l1f'llfw'flJlX'lv1IX :mrl C onelm lflf-rlm l'1'l'l'lll. ' 346 1 NT 84 78 75 73 69 65 67 90 53 81 57 58 77 60 68 70 55 75 90 92 63 93 91 67 79 V ,W Y Q. 5. ' 1 " G L s I , X . . ' f -S f .' .-f '. i .n.' l , Dvx V 4 5 5 4 is 7 . ,I x , , ',': gn, i ff: Q an .'.'o"9'W 41-4 Y A Iii ' JV A fl"-5' 0 5 f' , "Vw it.-ia -' sf' , 'f 54... vga tn:4:Qi?A-.J ' 'CT' f "Y r uv, sg". 1 H - ,4-. . K , -', ,ff ",,Ln5. ft ,..- ' .1 'iii' sz--"' -1-PQ , .. qf'4' 4 r'. - l'f1C.'b.i'f 1, Gafdn fren er, WH L BASKETBALL Howard Payne Trinity Baylor West Texas State Hardin-Simmons West Texas State Memphis State Oklahoma City Howard Payne South Dakota State Cincinnati Louisville Oklahoma City Tulsa Drake Wichita Drake Tulsa Bradley St. Louis Cincinnati Louisville Bradley St. Louis Wichita Won 5, Lost 205 0-14 in MVC Opponents 72 74 60 59 76 59 69 96 76 88 62 70 92 62 78 111 67 81 102 94 88 105 102 98 112 Scores: The Season In Reality VARSITY FOOTBALL NT OPONENT 15 Texas Western 61 26 Parsons 7 21 Louisville 29 14 Tampa 17 20 Tulsa CMVCD 27 20 Arkansas 55 28 Cincinnati QMVCJ 24 24 Wichita CMVCJ 21 0 Memphis State 28 13 New Mexico State 43 SEASON RECORD 3-7 .hue CLASSES 4 348 , N .vw-rj-g-,.SfsH'v,wem-Wifi " 'zwvij -f -f-.1-3'-ww 1---Maggy,-.,ap9v1-w.w1ffn'2wf1:'v ,+ www'4'W""1":"af2f'-' ' Sq-Q ff,-w.:+S.zmf.f..-vrffuewfmw-:wa :.f ww- gy- J vw-me-'env-Saw E 1 1 xi -4 L. -+ Ag: M5 , I . I 5 xv J . ,ix ' 1 1- if! QW J , :gg-, ' ' 1 3: -' ?' NAT. Q ' Hi, 1' s-fri: 3 . 2 , X, . . , f " 31' -Y 'fu . K . ,4 Biff 4 fg mi +2 ,x J -1 X? 1'-. R I 1 af' w ,ni , 4' V1 3 ,gig 1-5, , I ifg -JJ ' I ,-,N h 1 I .ga , ' ff ' . 4. t iv' , ' W is 'f xl- 'iff V Q ,F Ls- :wx g X ' , , I P ' L L :ig - f . 4, mx' ,-,, T 7. S' ff V3 ,Aw X fm l 4 A 'I 3 I + X ,Q f .,, , .X A 1 4 1 S 1 F A, N xi A! x I 5 , 'P 1 A f I , AW fx 497, Q x I P v 3 f , 'f ,H P2 . xv 4 'K 'N M. ' i ' x R- ' Ng-v4'L ,Q , A " K X I Q , L 5 X Q ,M x o 5 ,v v + .x N fu ir a 'G' 1 Q 511, gf f A 'M' f . 1 ' , . ' xr . ,.-4 Sli- -f .- M Edited by Mary Sue Ferguson x ..............-.1 I .g3' rp!-,' -af? 4, H0 his .fa-"'l sf , .I r-4 l,' s I 'Q V 3 Dil l GRADUATES: A-Gre QR A-A4 'F' -:QQ -1 ,.!, X 4 -"Ft fr- 1 'ax Adair, Don Ore City Arrington, Ronald Denton Armstrong, Carol Birmingham, Ala, Barnett, Glenna Roswell, N.M. Barnett, Thomas Roswell, N.M, Benham, Clifford Arlington Benson, Carroll ' Dallas Blake, Raymond Dallas Booth, Wesley Stephenville Boozer, Howard Dallas Bowers, Richard Irving Branch, Jim Fort Worth Calvert, Joseph Tyler Carroll, Frederick Dallas Chakmakjian, George Aleppo. Syria Chapman, Dwight Dallas Charles, Lonsie Lufkin Childers, Joe Dallas Clark, Connie Mack Levelland Cox, James Cleburne Cuellar, Omar Fort Worth Daniel, Ross Denison Davis, Paul Corpus Christi Decker, Bernadette Pep Eckhardt, Vicki Corpus Christi Epps, Benjamin Sonora Evans, Paul Dallas Fitzgerald, Folder McComb, Miss. Francisco, Betty Vernon Francisco, Don Houston Galvani, Gail Dallas Garner, Bettie Moodb' George, Flavil Kfllm Goff, Lynda Biggers, Ark. Gregory, Donald Big Sprint! g HarlanyBi1l I l-Iathcoxi J 2 l l l l l i na, Juli l ggisard, JE 3 Haralson, 1 Hardegfeey Hart, Bob , B111 lifiin, Paf Johnson, S0 i 5 Gary f Klingman, Ca ' Klingman, Lol Kopecky, Don 3 Kuehn, Edwin Kucera, Leon l Lange, Doroth, l Leaverton, J ut Leung, Eric Q Lewis. Glenda l l l F 1 l l 2711- I 1 . Rsnald OE J 1312111 flennamghanh Ali 1 R 1 h0maQS1ve11, 111.11 Roswell 1 1 N111 C111 . Carrhlljrd Arlmgloi avnlgnd -Vesley 11111 1 5- Richard I -1 1. Jim t. Joseph Fort 1131 1- Frederick mul nakiian, George AIQPDU, S111 man, Dwight 111111 1es. Lonsie Lum lers. Joe D1111 5. Connie Mack 1 Levellan James Clehum 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 :Lar Omar F111 W1 i:2el.'RosS C 1511111 P2111 MP P11 1 121, 311111119119 1 r1 .E1"ll- Vlcleorpug 1 1 . S1111 , , Wfllimm D111 Pau 11 Felder my 'f' 5 wld' 11lcC0m11lerDl, .11 ,,f1j15C01 HUHSI11 ,f,1C15fU' D0 11 1 fall 11'f3m' 21119 klifqer' mit 1' 4 1'-'nda I M5111 1 1 Greenstone, James Dallas Gulley, John Ranger Gwalteny, Thomas Dallas Hall, Myra Dallas Hammond, Eleanor Garland Hanna, Julie Kaufman Hansard, John Robstown Haralson, Ernest Hurst Hardegree, William Ben Wheeler Harlan, Bill Brownwood Hart, Bob Fort Worth Hathcox, Kyle Hawkins Jansen, Bill - Archer City Johnson Pat Blue Rid e 1 E' Johnson, Sonnet Big Spring Kesting, Gary Algona, Iowa Klingman, Carol Amarillo Klingman, Louis Dallas Kopecky, Donald ' East Bernard Kuehn, Edwin Wichita Falls Kucera, Leon Ennis Lange, Dorothy Ballinger Leaverton, Judy Knox City Leung, Eric Hong Kong Lewis, Glenda Wichita Falls X ,ae ke ,7 NC' ff' av? - 1 'cap' nl 1 10,210 ll 1. Hang Q 4 'otptbl Luof 4' ..1fp 119 1 1',,,2bw ' I S I4 1-Q 'V I GRADUATE CLASS OF FICERS. Seated, left to right: Terry Hall, president Roger Pickett, treasurer standing, Claude Lowery secretaryg Ray Carter, vice president. Graduates, continued ,gn 417' i i X153 . fe f'f2 B6 ' 'wav' i l Q . Q4Pf"il fn' A 48 ,l '41 .9 f, gf? ftti N 5- ff? 6, ,S --Alf ,P or 5 369 . . si 2 , 73 "' ' .af", I JA- "'L.7 ' J f I Lewis, Paul Celina Lott, Loyd Fairfield Luttrell, Dale Seminole McCool, Kenneth Gainesville McKenzie, Roy Weatherford Masih, Olivia India Matthews. VVilliam Cotulla Miller, Ben Haynesville, La. Montgomery. Carrol Springtown Moris, Marvin Fort Worth Palermo, Donald Bryan Penn, Howard Calera, Okla. Phillips, Fletcher Dallas Pierce, William Dallas Pillow, Polly Lancaster Pratt, Howard ' Fort Smith, Ark. Put.nam, David Austin Randolph. Phillip Dallas Rintala, Richard Tucson, Ariz. Ruckman, Paul Baytown Supina, Edward Bridgeport Schmedel, David St. Louis, Mo. Shipps, Brenda Weatherford Snencer, Jimmy Gainesville Stoneburner, Clarence ' Texas City Suthikulchorn, S. Bangkok, Thailand Taylor, Gerald Farmington, Mich. Thompson, John Dallas Thorp, Millard Denton Tillerson. Charles Celeste Troute, Grady Dallas Turitz, Susan McAllen Vann, Jerry Bossier, La. Vaughn, Walter Denton Walton. Roy Goldthwaitc- Ward, Madge Corsicana Warfield, James Rising Star Wirz, Fred Seymour ,. 'ips lug., f-...,, ls N 2 I 4 W4 2: fo., ani Nd C 1' . Dale Sllaiigiig enllllfjlr: , Kenneth Ga. z' , 1HQsv'll, lixgoy Weatheffgrg rws, William C ndia Ben Haynesvilliilulg OIUQTY, Carrol . Srringl , Marvin Fm Wm UO, Donald BM, Howa d C1 ., as, Fleichera 2. William Dalia V. Polly Lancasla . Howard Fort Smith, Ari am. David Austin olph. Phillip Dalia ala, Richard , oson Ariz Tu BW an, Paul may Oli ig, Edward Br1dE9D0" .d I riedel, Davgt' Louis, M01 ps, Brenda Weatherford Cer Jimmy Gainesvillf ll ' ence . reburner, Clal Texas Cili' nikulchorn, Sk, fphailrni Bangko rf' Geiffiaeiiifi ,mpsorn John Dgllidf ' 1 d 1 ste iriiaohilllliihrlw fiidlai 'et Grady Mclllll Ju 91 Iii ritz, Susan Bossier, nn, Jerl'Y aa ian. Wall' Gollhlr liz,,i,ggsQe ,,2?5Z'Sfg: 'ilibifi James SW 1 f fi LtZrFre , Am- IU! ff f 5 . , 3 If s ,Ax , QM- -0 v ' 9531 Qs 3 xA. 7-'ZQE We "'! - .1 X11 Yi 5:- LQ3 I i- nf' f - V4 'VR SENIORS: A-B , f '?wr1,,, ,gm - g 1 -f . ' AT' ,, K , r xr,- Q5 x! fu-' WP' 'C' 4-A e. L OO 1 1 fnnwv , 'l n' ' ' Jsi, D 0 5' IT' X., 1 K - .V ff ""T'b I 'if Q--Q v'-fn Abshier, Andrea Hallettsrille Adair, Steve Carrollton Aday, Blarveene lVfl.YflllHClll.t' Ahrens, Dinah fil'flIli'l llrairii' Alexander, Raymond Big Spring Alford, Darlene Denton Alland, Bill Graham Allen, Carolyn Denton Allen, Linda Cflcburne Allen, Roger Dallas Allen, Wanda Longview Allsup, Sandra Ranger Amidon, Grace lifarslzall Anderson, Annell Cedar Hill Anderson, Harold Hereford Anderson, Jeralyn Ranger Anderson, Judy Denton Anderson, Kenneth Chico Anderson, Norma Bridgeport Anderson, William San Angelo Andrews, Gail Longview Andrews, Robert Longview Andrews, William New London Ardis, Ralph Post Arnold, Gary Dallas Arterburn, Tony Lockney Asel, Martha Dallas Atkins, Jack Denton Autry, Robert Gainesville Baber, Pam Tyler Badgett, Pattye Whitewright Bailey, Candy Bailey, Robert Baker, Olen Denton Dallas Aubrey Baldwin, Michael Fort Worth 353 it of . Q ,M isqvx 'L . .-.Jr ll A 5 I Q 'L Lafluu-...all '-1 B, Q I' Baldwin, Tennie ' l CAN - I ,I B lkm B tt Grand Prairie N ,,'. ' a an, e y 2 I """ 5 I Nr , North Little Rene, Ai-ze Y b 9 Q3 A gangs, glfgrlotte going . I ar ee, y exon - i y Barham, Carol Garland ' 3 .:, I - ft:-'.,,zvyf.,, 7 ' - , . ln A 'F fini , Barnard, Jean sen Angelo ,A n ' : Q e L -R Q, Barr, Dan galias ri ' ' Barrett, John allas Q Barth, Harry Beaumont ' ie-, Barton, Kathy Corsicana A l SEN IORS. Bab-Bry Zi Q 'Q P, Basham, Jan ' Odessa fs - E U Bates, Donald Carthage , Y ,TX i' Belcheg, Forman Fort lgfoith ,. 7 Bell, o ert , a as Beller, Robert Temple Y Q h A I I -A, , Bellomy, Martha Denton - X f, i ,x I ., , 7' 'P 'Q' , 7 Benedict, Mike Terfezi N 'sv ,,! - it 4 Bennegt, Milelhael Mclgnney f-,-X ' . I B., ,' 2 Beren zen, ax rvmg P'-'vv'I I- - l ,, e Berg, Norvell New Braunfels A 4 Q A it I I ,.f"'7f ' T ,I J ' ' I Berger, Benny 'Temple Berry, Eddie Bridgeport 0:3 i 2: gr D- :'r ' - Beyring, Babs X U I ,B Cincinnati, Ohio qQ 1 -.0 X jf' 'G If Bickel, Judy Waco . ,, N-9' QT' ,qi 'Z' " Bills, James Andrews I -'I .1 I , ,V ' A V 3 I Bird, Susan Fort Wenfi .0 Q Bishop, James Qallas 1 - ' Bishop, Julian l Tyler 1 ,K Brvrn, Victoria Gaineaville "M" ..,,. ..::,: sl Blackwell, Joe KIUCCH Blakemore, Bill Waxahachie ee? K . sq' 'S-Q11 our A ninth fag -Q . A Blassingarne, Betty Denison Blazyk, Stanley Ausllfl Boaz, John BEUUTVLOHI Bobbitt, Elaine Dallfw I I I I I I I I I I I I II 'I I I I i I I I I I l I I I I B0dem'Wh Hogan' P Bollzy Deg Brookera Bookmafli zer Bowden Bowden, Bowefman no if F Boyafi T Boylil-U, B0Z9lIlan1 1 Braby, JL Bower, I L Brackin, D Brackin, JB Bragg, J0d Brans, Gar Bratton, Ja' Breckenridg Breeding, li Brewer, Peg Brinegar, lv Britton, Le Brooks, Ga: Brooks, R03 Brooks, Su. Brothers, J, Brown, Alt Bro Brom, Brown Brown, Joh Brown Jud x a y Brown r K Bwettfl Bmmfllett, Bryno' Thel Hnt, Car Penn? iiefty rand Prime ittl harlotte? Rockrflrl ,lay lruing Carol Texrm Gaflqnd J 'an eau San illzilii J ohh U as Harry Bealllslllas Kathy Corsicciii am, Jan Odessa s, Donald Carthage rer, Norman Fort Worll Robert Dalles er. Robert Temple , M tha Denton loml' air Terrll ledict Mike inettf Michael lllcllinllfl .endzem Max limi Norvell New Braunlf Bodenheimer, Diana Dallas P'h'll' W 9 BOW, I lp Gflifidnsazzne Z, Delton Killeen Ecrjebbker, Olivia Texarkana Bookman, Darrell Ferris Booth, Jan Anson Boozer, Thomas Naples Bowden, Gerald Munday Bowden, Patricia Gainesville Bowerman, Glenda Kilgore Bower, Bill Hamilton Boyar, Threasa Hamilton Boykin, Larry Goldthwaite Bozeman, Laurie Fort Worth Braby, Judy Dallas Brackin, Doris Whitesboro Brackin, Jack Whitesboro Bragg, Jodie Grapevine Brans, Gary Dallas Bratton, James Texarkana Breckenridge, Robert Denton Breeding, Mary Dallas Brewer, Peggy Fort Worth Brinegar, Mary San Angelo Britton, Larry Dallas 7lSll0p' V ' n - -Ip: A gallop' luhiia Galiilllfff l li Teml-' ger, BQHPY Bridgewli mr, Eddie y ring, Babgincinnaliwgfz ckeldrlgiz Anllrcli F orl Wi rrd- Susignes .viii i Jin Vlcw 9 Elacllwell' JO l e. :F Qi-.. ill WN re1ete'nZii3eBBe'll iii? - Y pelanlki Stanley Beam, HIM' john , 1 zl ' ine Ziilnhlllr EM Brooks, Gary Cedar Hill B1'00kS, Ronald Denison Bf00kS, Sue Texarkana Bf0th91'S, James Shamrock Brown, Albert Denison Brown Brenda Nogona Brown Floyd Aledo Brown Joe Andrews grown, John Big Spring YOWH- Judy Fort Worth Brown Kenneth 'D ' enton Bflllnmett Ken Fort Worth Bflllnlnetti Maril ' Y Dall EISUOL Theresa J tilcksonvilcli an ' Camlyn Plainview JDK o D 'V ,J 'Q . rx I f New ,V "N"-rv if 'id '-'Y . 2 Q ,! r .fi A 4 iq, qv' Li 'in -Ah Gail! 3 lla 'Y' M A '36 v-Q' 'Cha W"-'fyp ,fl fi 'B ft? NO iff? 'L r 'IW- , . l -: ,qw ' av Zn? -V fx Y, 'rv 'sf .1 3' ,, ,...g ! Q. ax I' lrff vi 5 A - --'le ' ' 'Q 0 P , ,X -A A . 'i45fl'Y'5-any A9 - ri .,,,. e--- , gg 2 , . f W i, . ' 1' 8 We ,, , KX 4-an X-df' f -vw 5--af" n rw 4 ,K We -L 'L B s-,l l W f HX N L it l .A -Q? -4 -95 it 1 VTP SO' 2 N X Q . 712' -a-FQ' 'X ll AU' , ASH ,Ak ,. .caan L.: -3. n if ' 1. 'ang -1? , W I T K. ,X , an ra? Nr' l 1, , W . ,N ,. -iq ..z f 1 -4 - 7-"G-'Ir 'shi fi ,V -... , if '-7 .. xr 'wr' -.Q- -2 -e 1 - cl """? ,1 il !"N 1 Q5- K1 .1 'vc' 'if' 1.-an xl fi' ll Bryant, James Plainview Buchholz, Michael Fort Worth Buckner, Richard Dallas Bucsanyi, Leonard Houston Buice, Judith McGregor Bukoxritz, Sandra San Antonio Bumpas, Dora ' Forney Burden, Jean Dallas Burge, Ellen 'A Tyler Burgoon, Henry Ore City Burrows, Robert Atlanta Burton, Ty Cedar Hill Busby, Billy Odessa Busch, Charles Mont Belvieu Butter, Virginia Irving Byler, Sharron Lewisville Byrom, Barbara Houston Cabaniss, Charles Nashville, Ark. Calhoun, Larry ' Azel Camp, James Sherman Campbell, Donna - Athens Campbell, Mildred Dallas Cardenas, Alfonso 1 San Antonio Carpenter, John Dallas Carr, Nellie Clifton Carr, Sheila Dallas Carr, Sue Petersburg Carter, David Garland Carter, James Brownsbora Carter, Milta Boww Cartwright, Robert Eastland Cartwright, Shirley Lancaster Cass, Lance DUUU-9 Castleberry, Karen Slwflnraclz Castlebe , Mary Bet rry Fort Worlh Catanese, Diane Shreveport, La' Cates, Albert Odessa Caton, Claire Hughes Springs Causbie, Martha Weatherford Caver, Carolyn Dallas Cheatham ' tlafla L I Cigamefqi Cisslk, Tm Claxb0fne Claiborne, R Claiborne, '11 Clark, Davig Clark, Mary Clark, Ronn Clarke, John Cleveland, Pr Clifton, Mar Coffman, An Coker, Johm Qole, Joe qollins, Shar qompton, W qonklin, Ma lonklin, Johi Ionner, Elm l za, fookx Ronalf DOI1na I mover, H :ODI-Bland, era l Q Sify, Sand ' . ' Edwin' foatallzay l 'O toxanr Card 1 an- Kent ant, l'll1OlZ, Michael Plum? James tgirl, Rich For' w, ard W ice, lll1dIif,?HardAH?i1 l CGW: lkovitz, Sandm lf-Hpas, D Salim urden, Jes? Fu '-A,' urge, Ellen llc. urgoon, Henry Owl? . urrows, R b la, ,l urton, Tyo B Cedfqlflg USC , al M T Butter, Viiggia om Byler, Sharron Leuir Byrom, Barbara How Cabaniss, Charles No.shville,5 Calhoun Lar ' i FY L Camp, James Sie--1 C b 11, Donna ll Cgmggbiu, Midler lv Cardenas, MOH? Carpenterr John ,J Carr, Nelhe Carr, Sheila CHU, Sgeavid Carver, aw Bri? , J 22325, Mila r f . bffl ff Carwfflggl' Igliillll' cartwflg ' C8591 Lance IW L Castieberfli Fi ' e Cawnege, Dmgprn? rf Albee HWY Cateszl W Cawn e, M Callfbl IYU Caver. Caro ion, I nne Fort Worth gligi1ndhJer,Di:anne Fort Worth Chaney, JoAnn Lewzsuzlle Cheatham, David Edgewood Chcnoweth, Constance Dallas Christian, Joe Valley View Cihristian, Molly Amarillo Cigainero, Jerry Texarkana Cissjky Tina n lVIcGregor Claiborne, Meredith Bartlesznlle, Okla. Claiborne, Ronald Wink Claiborne, Tom Bartlesville, Okla. Clark, David Dallas Clark, Mary Fort Worth Clark, Ronnie Texarkana an Ari lu Pfii C Clarke, John Cleveland, Paul Dallas Temple Clifton, Martha Brownsboro Coffman, Anita Midland Coker, Johnny Corsicana Cole, Joe Cleburne Collins, Sharron Dallas Compton, William Irving Conklin, Mary Irving Conklin, John Dallas K. Castleberryf Mal' ii Q l la Conner. Emma Plaquemine La Cook- Don Dyll ' Cook, Rongii a as Ft. D d , I gooperr Herb 0 geodgxg Opeland, Myrna Dallas Corley. Sandra W' in F lls Com, Edwina lc L aBafird Osfanza, Frank Sayvill , N.Y. Ciilvan' Carolyn eOdessa Van. Kent Fort Worth 'T7' -' Qt. S lix -1,14 I SENIORS: Bry-Cop -if-' - v-8 , AQ ' fa -.'1., T ' C ' 'vt' C, A? ea V. N K i i - S 47 "fp L 'f -an 4 N I1--Elf ant h "fr lf: R lad. , N J Q,- ,., ,.., , L 1 in -C5 'fd """v' -ni f 1' 45 'LL' mx' 1 -A 1 mg is Q6 Q . sd A - Ii t, X '17 f-V ' -xi r s - v-. ,-Mx Z. I. SENIORS: Cow-Doy A, f-N inf' C, ,.4. K . ,,,, .. E! "4 1 1 41-,w N-U I r Tx l f 'Q f pf , .Www 3 . '-nr' ,' Q , 1 5 1 7 i "1" ' i fl Sf ,- , ' .H lp C9 Q gtk Q-9, ' 4-...4 4 . '. x l W x 'Z .1 -rv A X., . 90 'O' W, L. , Lu-'Pl' ra:-nap. Nm" '74 .l-:v s fr- , Q. . , ll. X 4. 5 , 359 ""f'xi V N .Y-n ... s, A V In , -,ai X.. 1 190 L. - , Y -I , ,f i 1f Cowan, Max Hamlin' Cox, Dolores Grosvenor Cox, George Dallas Cox, Glenn Waxahachie Cox, Robert Bryan Cox, Robert , Dallas Craig, Jimmie Wichita Falls Crawford, Brook Houston Crawford, Delbert Longview Crawford, Ida Carrollton Crawford, Marvin Longview Creed, Doris Arlington Creekmore, Lola . Dallas Crissman, Harriet Dallas Crout, James Denison Crow, William San Antonio Cross, James Weatherford Crownover, Sally Boyd Crurnpton, Martha Garland Culpepper, Cecelia Electra Cunningham, David Houston Curry, Dean Galveston Curtis, Sandra Houston Curtis, Williarn Dallas Daniel, Carol Henrietta Daniel, Fredia Athens Dansby, David BOW? Darden, Barbara VlCi0Vla Dark, Hubert Tyler Davenport, Linda FrltCh Davis DZVIS 3 Davis, Davis, Davis Carolyn Fort Worth Carolyn Cdllwbufg Frances Demon Jack San Angelo Juanita Waxahuchle l . paul lzv1ilUda'5lI1i legmdeguza nw, 1 eLaGafZa' ll H :H ,N ll l ' ditll li:Eii5e?uCarc lefnson, G13 ?eVlney Ne Ipickson, Kel l 'll d, BH? ling Vlckl Jismore, DC Donnelly, P4 yonohoe, JH Jowdy, Pall Qownmg, M Downs, Joe Joyle, Darl loyle, Frar v I j l ,..1-lb-. .- , Dffenpo Y G Hari rogue, Davis, Paul Dallas , '32 Dari, De Anda, Jr., Joe Laredo ' , X Rgbert Wlllqh-ag! DeBorde, Sherry Hurst 'VN 11,11 lJI:G3.W, Suzanne Dallas ,-, N DeLaGarza, Jose Dallas -' : Rilbert gf L- . A lclllluf ljcres, Judith Dallas liffordlmook Holi Dennis, Carol Clifton ux ord, Delbert L .la on f 1xxford,lClH Carrili Devine, Gerald 1 New Haven, Conn. l Dickson, Kenneth Jaclzsboro fwih Denison, Patricia Houston FS' iw l , 'afar JD i lJ'llurd, Ray Colorado City l r :- ' nlrks, Vicki Dallas '9' 3 . " Dismore, Donald Dallas , Donnelly, Pat Baytown '5 !-Ig l Donohoe, James Dallas ""' f..f7' l X 7 1 Crawford, Marvin longi ' Creed, Doris Arlq D . 9 Creekmore, Lola lx Owdy' Paul McKinney A - ,QS Crissmau, Harriet Down1ng,Ma?'cauntOn Mass- ... nv la --. CW- James ll Downs, Joe Dallas M Doyle, Darlene Denton Doyle, Frances Copeville ra ,rl Crow' llmuam C 511811185 " Qigwmover, Sfllll' . Cmmpmn, Marthp g. Culpepper, Cecfll ll' ' ,, --5 - -.- . , , '- ,lx - ' x "Ll "' 'YCVVV' .,t x. , . 'Jr'-,'.-r -X ' -Q" ' - ,. .1 1 fr ylx 6 .". XXX. X,- , , ,,,,,. .. x tt f l cunninahfff' Cllffyv Cllftl-Sv C ml Daniel, 3 DQQWL iiiafdelglw. Dfillfn rt DW Emi V151 :S Ml ll UW' Willa 1 Dgvlii ' C- ,X sw? 3 . ,x Qfv 5 Ne -7 Ar I x 'T' SE N I OR CLASS OF- FICERS: Seated, Curtis Loveless, president, standing left to right, Rusty Woodford, vice- presidentg Suzanne Pierre, secretary, Linda Thompson, treasurer. 'O S .QA .119 tg -5 I X 4 I f,w1er, Gu 360 I J I g I V kA-. I . 1 , ' iv, , 'JRE ns fi' .13 5- '-- ,,.,. '5 66 Iwo: K 5 - in ri . owl Q i ' if ' it y ' S 3 Q . f .4919 , .' 1 'll 'Qt 'W 8, sf 5: ,Y ' , 1""f'i. c , ' ,ft ' Q' it it 4 .,x' 'K 5 as 5 In gb C ,vs 5? , -. 4 42, , . -A ,J Y, fr X, 'T' 17' ' . f 1 I 4 X thu.-5 . ll' l ,Q 1' S-fx , i-lrgfjzzr, Doyle, Patricia A Rock Spring, Ga, Droitcourt, Madeline Fort Wortth Duddlesten, Sally Raymondville Duifey, Lana Hawkins Duffy, James Dallas Dunn, Charles Glen Head Dyer, John Ciggo Dyess, Jamie Longview Ealy, Ronald Longview Earp, James Munday Eason, Jim Wichita Falls Ebert, Chris Fort Worth Edwards, Carolyn Dallas Edwards, Stephen Wichita Falls Eiglebiger, Lenard Palestine Elam, Sonja Fort Worth Elliott, Robert Stephenville Elrod, Annell Grand.Paririe Embry, Joyce Weatherford English, Allan Dallas Enochs, Rex Eldorado Estes, ' Mary Gainesville Eubanks, Jeanette Center Evans, Nancy Dallas Evans, William Terre Haute, Ind. Everett, Sandra Corsicana Fallis, Frank Denton Fannin, William Big Spring Fargarson, Augustus Carthage Farmer, Lynn DGUGS Farmer, Sherrian Deni0f1 Fehr, Sue DefllS0fl Ferguson, Edward Derlfwl Ferguson, Judy WGCU Ferguson, Wayne Stmnett Feuerborn, Vincent Blue Mound Fiene, Charlotte Port Arthul' Fischer, Lorena Afflfaflllo Fisher, Steve Dallas Fitzgerald, Wayne Kerrville .. S defsf I lilclhefli 3 110' 533255, JZ Fiwhe' Ml is ciS, Jai igklin, fi Reese, Sal lrench, Rif riedbergl ,1-ye, Glon tuller, Wll ,ulton, Chi Hilton, Ed 'l1lCll, Joyc faiser, Shef 1 allaugher, 1-alvan, Cha fantt, Lind 'arc1a, Ana Wifdner, Di fflrdnef, Ha '?fU9T, Ker A larrlgusa LE I rafth, Jolm Garza, L01-el lrhardtr H i l llbbs R filbeif, fffjgl gilglllert, Ju filliifonna ' nd' Do: Yu r, Gal 'oral idllille wklhs Dquas Hfead C1500 Vlgview llgview lunday fl Falls Worth Dallas ta Falls 'alesline it Worth plienville d Paririe ztherford Dallas Eldoradv lainesville Center Dallas laule, lnd- Carslcarw Denlflll Big Splmg tusCarll1aS9 Dallas F enl0l' n 1gLnf50ll Dgfll0ll rd Waio le Stinnfll t rl cane Mlm, t AT . 1 Dallas Kerfllllle We Fouche, Michael Flanders, Deanna Phillips Fletcher, C. T. Whitesboro Flournoy, Dick Dallas Flowers, James Sulphur Springs Mineral Wells Fowler, Guy Wichita Falls Francis, James Weatherford Franklin, James LaMarque Freeman, James Ozona Freese, Sally Richardson French, Richard Heembus, Colo. Friedberg, Roger Galveston Frye, Gloria Gainesville Fuller, William Paris Fulton, Christine Dallas Fulton, Ed Fort Worth Futch, Joyce Irving Gaiser, Sheilah Dallas Gallaugher, Terry Arlington Galvan, Charles Dallas Gantt, Linda Houston Garcia, Ana Corpus Christi Gardner, Diane Dallas Gardner, Harold Big Lake Garner, Ken Moody Garrigus, Lewis Indianapolis, Ind. Garth, John Temple Gary, Thomas Texarkana Garza, Lorenzo Laredo . Gerhardt, Herbert Waco G!bbS, Ronald Dallas Gilbert, Judy Dallas Gilbert, Judy Sanger G111 D Dallas D, onna Gilliland, Donna Gainesville ,fax 1 .9 X F4 if -Q 3, 7'-5 Sr ,f-7 .aw X ,.1:,. V 'ff' f I If - 1 J J 4 .,...., . SENIORS: Doy-Fle L. .,or,.l 1 Q .ffm ,,.,-1 ag '45-3 .mi-, Q 'Q ....., 1 4 .--0 .A X, Vi ,ap '23-1 -'Zig ,WU -up ' if I--7 ,C -.l -.I-if l I l l Ac , is Q -. x SENDIORS: Gil-I-ng -qvvvlp' ...I -QR' -'::b- in . .., .QF 'ms- H 1-1 . ,, """xl fi Q, Gilman Richard Richardson Gingles, Eugenia Sherman Gist, Dianne Dallas Gleason, Beverly Odessa Gleghorn, Ollie Miles Glover, Richard Fort Worth Godman, Lezlie ' Irving Gooch, Susan Texarkana Goodwin, Manuel Bardwell Gordon, Mary Abilene Gossett, Virginia Richland Springs Granstaff, Shelie Denton Grant, Cecelia Filer, Idaho Gray, Ann Midland Grebe, Nita Richardson Green, Sandra Dallas Greer, .William Dallas Griffin, Gary Seagovillc Gronow, Barbara Gainesville Grounds, James Plano Guerra, Maria Falfurrias Gullett, Marilyn Ponca City, Okla. Guyer, Sharon Denton Hacker, Alvin Muenster I-Iaegele, Carol Dallas Hafley, Weldon Saginaw Hagerty, Martha Dallas Hagler, Glenda Longview Hale, David Dallas Hale, Phillip Anna Hale, Toni Henderson Hale, William C1500 Hall, Richard Bofllef Hammonds, Fran Sherman Hamrick, Jeanene Harlingen w " l l Helen, G nv? 1 Harbin' D1 afdlsijn' H k N dW1C 1. iliigfove' ' 1 I I r I l f l II-Iargfovejg Harlqwi Di: ,Harrisy Do 1-IarrgS, Fr, E ,Hafflss l Harris, Kl Hafllsy M I-IarnS, M Harris, Tl Harrison, Harrison, Hartley , li Hansell, f Harvey, I- Harvey, li Harvick, ' Hatcher, 1 Hatton, Pi Hattox, I. Haynes, I ,l ll Head, Eli: l Hearn, D Hendei-sm Hendersoi Hendrick, Henson, Henson, 1 'f Hereford QHHOS, si H'bb Hibbij ii Hlcklhan Hlgginboi Hanna, Asa Dallas Harbin, Dave Bowie Hardison, Diane Dallas Hardwick, Sharon Odessa Hargrove, Donna Andrews Hargrove, John Wills Point Harlow, Jeff Dallas Harris, Dianne Houston Harris, Donald Whitesboro Harris, Francine Hurst Harris, Ken Houston Harris, Mac Euless Harris, Mary Mesquite Harris, Trina Van Harrison, Bill Tyler Harrison, Frank Pittsburg Hartley, Marsue Dallas Hartsell, Claudia Bridgeport Harvey, Linda Dallas ,,, Harvey, Mike Denison Harvick, W. B. Bridgeport Hatcher, Donnie Wink Hatton, Phil Brownsboro Hattox, Lenora Elgin Haynes, Patricia Dallas Head, Elizabeth Brownwood Hearn, Donald Dallas Helton George Dallas l Hendei-son, Alice Fort Worth X Henderson, Robert Fort Worth Hendrick, Lynda Andrews Henson, Joseph Dallas Henson, LaGayle Calgary, Albt. Hereford, Anthony Dallas Heros, Sharon Corsicana Hibbs, Karen Texarkana Hibbs, Ronald Texarkana Hickman, Cleo Athens Hico Higginbotham, Kathleen High, Albert Terrell -W awww, v il 1-R I X vu Kg. 'Q' Y, 65 - 4 3 Q L1 W A l my .A fr-5 - ' i I X ii 2 5 , f ,Qs-was-05, 1 ...u Ne, SENIORS: Hig-Joh .45 LI' Q fi v-.ff -,,4f fi' ek I Q 'W I 13' l , ig. v, - bm:-0 -1'-'-' N ,li I. I ..,-my 1 , i M, -.. ,. V 'TS' "NT- -3 wo 'H' Nix. 1' x 41 Q N.. Ng! 'S ,is 7,0 T , X Kal :P nv D 9 I9 .,, f , , -I lf" 'N H x 4"-F A fl T' L -.4 ,.- nj X 1 A4 Hight, Ralph San Antonio Hill, Judy Ann Decatur Hill, Robert ' Dallag Hill, William Winters Hillin, Don Seagoville Hilscher, Edward . Dallas Hoag, David Dallas Hocher, Barbara Houston Hodges, Hugh Irving Hodges, Joe Sherman Holder, Louie . Vernon Holland, Karol Tyler Hollingsworth, Beth .Dallas Honeycutt, James ' Fort Worth Hooper, Annette Denison Hooten, Leroy Dallas Horn, Duke Dallas Horn, Sharon Fort Worth Hornadlay, Charles - Spokane, Wash. Hornaday, Margaret Royse City Horton, Joseph San Mateo Houston, Bob Dallas Howard, Fredna Longview Howard, Marilyn Garner Howell, Bonita College Station Howell, Dwayne Duncanville Howeth, Larry Alvarado Hudnall, Kitty Richardson Huffman, Cheryl Brady Hughes, Jerry Mineral Wells Humphreys, Jack Dalll1S Humphreys, Susan Electra Huntley, Allen Dallas Hunt, Nancy Atlanta Hunter, Troy Dallas ..-,a3',v.- i' Hurllif e liffh ahi lilwo HYS10 Ingf Israel, Jack JackSC James J aneS, J erdei J eske, J obe, . Johns, J olmsr O. sil tk B, bz tl w l r 1 V w l 1 l fl ax. n gnfonio , ecfltuf Wgallag S llllerg eagoville D011 l Dallli Houston Irving Sherman - Vernon Tyler Beth Dallas ies F ort Worth te Denison Dallas Dallas Fort Worth irles pokane, Wash- .rgaret V Royse CITY M leo h San DEM 1. ffm Lollllt lfozteee Sf0'l"'l Yne noillo Dullliarddo Z Ricmggjgf, Erlllineffll Wells lloS Jack Eggglfll Susan Dallfiz Alla ny Hurlbert, Lynn Houston Husen, Sharon Borger Hutcherson, David Gainsville Hutchins, Jerry Waxahcwhie Hutson, Larry Corsicana Hyslop, James Temple Ibsen, Karen Fort Worth Ingram, Sally Richardson Israel, Nancy Lake Jackson Jackson, Benny Dallas Jackson, Howard g Long Beach, Calif. Jagoe, Kippy Denton Jameson, James Denton Janes, Monetta McGregor Janes, Tommy Fort Worth Jerden, Judith Dallas Jeske, Janice Olney Jobe, Larry Mount Vernon Johns, Kay Midland Johnson, Billy Henrietta Gne of the many respon- sibilities of the Talons is the ringing of the Victory Bell, not only at the foot- ball games, but also in the Homecoming parade. lo Z' f-1-'ii ,Q ' 5 ,f Wa. 4, Ml. ,Q nfs'-J F:- -Q A -Q ...ai 5 54 Q I , A 'Q x -f X g " A L sw 'A '?a ,gp ii 'R G! l s z A ATU 'tty Ili- 4? Uvo' tw W? 1-44 W7 101 930 4- 41- s - 1 - 9 , ,O f li' :QCP I l Johnson, Donna McGregor Johnson, John Fort Worth Johnson, Wayne Olney Johnson, Thelma Denton Jolly, Susan Fort Worth Jones, George Brady Jones, Johnny Gainesville Jones, Mary Dallas Jones, Shirley Montague Jones, Worth Dallas Justiss, Diana' Mount Pleasant Kappel, Richard New Braunfels Karnes, Susan Weatherford Kattner, Harry Seagoville Kennedy, David Pilot Point Kennedy, William Dallas Kent, Kathy Corsicana Kent, Susan Carrollton Kerl, Billie Dallas Kerr, Barbara Mexia Kerr, Zou Huntsville Keshavarz, Massovd Tehran, Iran Kettle, Carolyn Denton Ke Marsha Denton Y, Killingsworth, Penny Dallas Kimble, Cheryl Fort Worth Kimble, Richard Dallas King, Edna Plano King, Harvey Longview King. Joyce Cleburne King, Nancy San Antonio King, Shirley Dallas Kinnan, Greg Irving Kirby, Kay Dallas Klein, Carol Denim l E I I 1 w li l l ,'Kn0W1eS' KIHUSC1 S 'ljlrilserf I muclqarcz E Kunkelf b th, tiiifrcac ,Laney Letl , Langguth: 2Lanier, P2 I i Lankford, Q Largent, R' 1 Larned, Ro tLatham, Li, Lea, Richa i I 1 1 lLee, Bob 1Leffel, Robe i Lemanski, E LeQuire, Ly, , Levey, Mich i I ' a Lewis, Dorot l Lew, Virgil , Llchtenberge Lindsay, Jar jLW111gsr0n, ,J l l l llmkh lL0ckwTfi, 11:3 2 Lor' e lift Hmveless, Cu. l 5 Lo lLuPSl', Liniliy igiki Fred a 1 'and' K HI P r 'L' MCGTQ Fgrt W gol l Ofnl Klein, Tao Texarkana L D nel Klepper, Ann Roscoe Fort lllmon Kline, Barbara Dallas Olll Knight, Michael Linden Knight, Nancy Houston Ga- Bfldf Knowles, Karen Fort Worth mzsvlll Krause, Kaye Kennedale M Delhi Krifser, sin Amarillo Omflgllf Kucharczlyc, Jerry Dfllhs San Antonio Kunkel, Kathryn Temple Lamberth, Wayne Salado Lane, Cathy Dallas Lane, Letitia San Angelo Langguth, Robert Houston Lanier, P-aulette Galena Park 3 Lankford, Barbara Mount Pleasant Roswell, N,M, .ard Largent, Rick Wylie New Braunfels Larned, Robert Dallas n Weatlwrfqrd Latham, Larry Denton rryd PSieag?Jv1llS Lea. Richard Dallas 1Vl Lot om Lee, Bob Fort Worth - - lag Leffel, Robert Arlington ?1hamCoriill1n0 Lemanski, Benny Waco 1 Gammon LeQu1re, Lynn Rockdale Dallas Levey, Michael ua Mem Webster, Mass. - Lewis Dorothea Denton Q v Hunlswn Lewis, Virginia Dallas MaSS0Vd W Lichtenberger, Nancy Tellrdgenwn 1 Fort Worth Iolyn Denton Lindsay, Janice Dallas gba P my Dams Livingston, John Dallas rth, 6 Lockhart, Ruby Denton Lockwood, Richard A .H mar: o ryl Foflwsm Lorigan, Kathy Andrews llehard DW Loudermilk, Sherrilan 'lc P,-all Comanche nrgey Ianghinf Loveless, Curtis Denton e rce l rio Lowe, Carolyn Denison Sanllnllliw i Ludden, Kay Dallas may Daw l Luper, Llnda F ort' Worth lirley lflm H Lusk, Fred Gainesville Greg Illllwn 3 Lybrand, Karl Wllls Poznt 6 1 KEY :af0l Q' N ""h C1 -KL -.,..-nf ff-W R WUI: ' mf' 1-1 N! A lf' .J .lisiag L sa -.. .,' , ,J Q D 'FF' ,. W. Pi: '- -Q .,, --,nv 'r' . , f. l W QM r .Fi .ak Lyon Ted Dallas McCaleb Ilene Fort Worth McCarroll Dana Decatur McClellan, Lynn Tyler McClure, Russell Graford Taxi! tl .la , ery l ' ul ' afllns l H l N l M E 1 W 'Wm' L , ' M 1,761 , 1 , A lf R I3 v ' ' 'Ig 9 4 9 I I M L I t. ,age k " if v 1., . ' .F 'A 0168 ,Q 'WN -I 3 Q M! -.Z 1 '-r-'v ll- ,5 ,R -an 9 1-'IX 'ii' v-. ,.-", CT. :rf SR if .nA sl , ff ' C 3 I, .' 5 A . fc' 3 ,Qtr n-ga 1 iii-1. -cr fx ,' 'Eg' I Q u ww-41 Yx -:X 'T j L7 R N, 77 4 f fty ' ' 9 -Cl K ',o- -4 " - ,l ,.z K ,.,1 Q fNr- YT' 'J ,VMMY -'Riff' O 0' l ,fs r'Ff?l '0 in' .-X l. ri! 1 sea A 4 . McConnell, Pat Miami Beach, Fla, McCrum, Connie Garland McCue, Suzy Fort Worth McCullar, Carl Dallas McCurley, Roger Dallas McCutchen, Wanda Waxahachie McDonald, Bob Wolfe City McDonald, Sue Brownwood McDonnell, Michael Lewisville McGinnes, Lynda Eldorado McGuire, Delbert College Station McKinnon, David Q Bedford McLaughlin, Kaye Carrollton McLean, Hulon San Antonio McLean, William ' Nowata, Okla. McLel1and, Sammie Odessa McMahan, Charles Dallas McMi1lion, Kathryn Midlothian McNeill, Elliott Fort Worth McQueary, William Mineral Wells McQuown, Donna I Pearl River, N.Y. McShan, Bonnie Dallas McVean, Karen Palestine Mabry, Gail MeSqUlfe Mahaffey, Elizabeth Hampton. V0- Mahan, Terry Fort Worth Mahoney, Joe DUU0-9 Major, Carol Milford Mallard, Joanne Fort Worth Malone, Patty El PGSO Mangum, Harold Big Sandy Mann, Melvin Ffl-960 Manoshagin, Charlotte Pasadena Mansfield, Ken Dallas Maples, Fran Dallas H . Je 4 rtlfleka ,lattheW51 , 1 Iaxeyf 9115, Iaxwell, N vieans, Billie U Nl lliedearis, G9 Meeker, Mar vielton, Jerri vlendez, Ren U leyers, Janet xlgyers, Mike fl1kulenka, Ti liller, Carol liller, Caroly: l il E liller, Ph 1 ' Her, shiiil I ,T' mil, Tfjotk llller, William l H01 l JSE lill tl I3112,'A'l2,hn ,1I1er,Merry I lin Etclilfalglosm z . loligi Mlchaei Wi, iliiem f Y 9 ' W 1 ,n if Fort Marcom, Michael Farmers Branch SENIORS Lyo Means, Billie 7 Q ans, La. -2 '24 4' Z i , 3 ' J I A -l Q Decatur Marrs, Jim Fort. Worth 4'- 1 GTl'ler Martin, Beth Sprtngtoiun Wlord Martin, Perry Valley Mills :L Martin, Ruth Denton li Beach, Fla KP le Fogarlall Martinek, Jerilyn Ennis l H M i L Wollh Matthews, Fred Gladewater 43 53, fel- Dalai Matthews, Mildred Tyler M i Daullt Maxey, Shirley Fort Worth X -J Maxwell. Donald Dallas 'M' lang? wfuhachl 2 gV0lfeCiii ro Iichael wnwood L0l.Ull9U'll, 'nda Eldoridi 15911 A New Orle College Sldlwfl Medearis, Garland Austin 33V1d Bedllll Meeker, Margaret Kaye Port Arthur gig Carrolltoun Melton, Jerry Dallas , an SanAnl0r1w Mendez, Rene Laredo l am A Nqwata, Okla. , W de lglieyers, iiqcet genton ' 0 , eyers, 1 e t 'N gffjjfse Dum Mikulenka, Timm en on Kathryn . Hallettsuille Mullolhian Miller, Carol Athens Hiott Foytworll Miller, Carolyn Denison William Mineral Wells , Miller, Phyllis Fort Worth tlQgj?aR,Ue,,t'.l1 Miner, Sharron Dallas -e Dale Miller, Timothy Temple -J i Bong, Paltfnlf Miller, Tom Chilton "?. 1? Mesawfl Miner, William -4 e,,e, Q. amizabeth Vu Honolulu, Hawaii t' ' H MPM' A . 4 Fort Worth JJei1f1 gallas las 1 e, a as Peiliig Nilillrd Mills, Algnn Denison 5 F Milner, Lee Houston ' 5' 1 W rlh 33313116 F0121 3090 Patil' . mil 5 Harold Big tele we atm' Char Paslliii Wien Dall' l Miner, Merry Miner, Paul Mitchell, Ro Lu Fort Worth Fort Worth sanne Dallas D ton Mizell, Michael en Moberg, Julie Fort Worth Mobley, Loretta Grand Prairie '-tori, fa. i,Q:f-7, ,1 f. A -f,,' r u I -. A r I sv :lg- , W' s 1 4-2 ftfh R Q c? J, 1, 'fl' . 'fr . A ...gurl R, f I is ,.-Q ,-1' Montgomery, Nita Denton Montgomery, William Fort Worth Moody, Ernest Calvert Moody, Keith Ranfoul, Ill. Moody, Manning SENIORS: Mon-Par if 'J "x ' . iw," if 'ff " H 76 1' V3 , fx- x -f L V - If .ft A ' V New 1 N A fr . P Y A . F 4 'v li U . rx 1' 'Q sf' ks ,-. ,- fail 'Fon' .-.n jtllfi V' ' ,,.,. : 1, Nc- 'nfif N 1 ' ' , ,JY gi 't ,- ....-.Qi K" A ! I 4 'U 6' 0 NRM V ,.. , X . 3 X . A' 'IH I1 I' if '-31' my T' aff A 'Q' ?l, l W- all 'iii -g ggi lplbeivv, ,.' f J I r 5 sb. -'O , -V, fr 4? 4 ft ut' .g' s.. A .. - ' u 'Q -W .-41' ... ,,,h 1 I .Q fr: t io- 4, g at i l CZ' 431, , ' . 'Wi " my X, f FX, lh - Weatherford Moore, Beryl' Dallas Moore, Danny - Austin Moore, Josa Houston Moore, Terry Fort Worth Moore, Wayne Dallas Morriss, Ralph Plano Moser, Doris Houston Mosty, John Kerrville Munoz, Lupe A Italy - Murph, Ann Houston Morgan, Ann . Hughes Springs Morgan, Janelle ' . , Atwood, Kan. Morgan, Melinda Dallas Morris, Nancy Longview Morris, Patsy McKznney Murphy, Peter Houston Murski, Thomas Brenham Music, Avis Ben Wheeler Myers, Jack - San Antonio Nabors, Donna Laurens, S.C. Nance, James Denton Nance, Suzanne Stamford Nation, Thomas Dallas Neal, Jimmie Cedar Hill Neal, Steve Palacws Needham, Connie Garland Neely, Becky Fort 'Worth Nelson, Karen Pasadena Nelson, Linda Tyler Nelson, Sandra Lindale s wki liiww N Wm' N CWSO Nich0l . hol: Irililngif N0n'lSl NO1' ns: 0'Com o'N ill 0-Riu Orr, J O r, Olte, C Owen, 3 Owens, Parker, Parker, Parks, . OIL ef iliamnellvr, on WW Calf Q rganfoul. Weatheqmr Dull, AMEN- H0llSlf- x Fon lVi,flQ ' Dall lph Plan, 18 H 0 I usa 11 Kerrvif pe ltd! n Houstc' mn A Hughes Sprlfi' lanelle , , Atwood. lr. Melinda o lgggy McKinM Hous Peter Bmw lFvl1s0ml3en wif, . n lack Salim Sl. Donna W '79 1 YS l ,aug N "' .199 if 'T ,.- T Newkirk, Mary Dallas Newman, Gary Poteel Newman, James Ennis Newsom, Jim Bryson Nichols, Charles Barston Nicholson, Estel Denton Niendorff, Suanne Dallas Norris, Frances Elk City ' Norris, Sue Elk City 5 O'Connor, John 4, Oak Ridge, Tenn. h ,,,.. V' I O'Neill, Warren Dallas O'Reilly, Mary Terrell Orr, Judy Panhandle Orr, William Hillsboro Otte, Calvin Fredericksburg Owen, Maurice Owens, Wayne Parker, Barbara Parker, Shirley Parks, Douglas R B Dallas Texarkana Galveston Dallas 5 L 1-7 v-ff , 'Z ' 1 'Z' fb cy ,os ,sr 1 . v . Sitting as a group for J 2111195 Suzanne Thqmas imifue Steve wi - GU Connie rt 'rileckyn WS? football games, the AFROTC provides 11 group cheering section to yell the Eagles on to victory. Nun Kali Lili 3 7 l , . Lin Z ' Sandra ,mf FN ,,.4uilr l f ,4"P X ' 2 C26 A rs! r its A Q A l 'fl In 1,5-.T7,,lQ1,N , , fl ,D I: Q , fr- few' I ' ' ',1b K. vi- ,A L . 7 A 5 " ll . 'mv' , Qi 5 M ,W i was Q I 5 ' 2 Q48 qv' -.,..f ,f'f"eff"' Zta 41"-7 'Y a 1, .L in I .J A ,, , flrflyf' P if X l l . 'X 'lr P " , , f an g F K, ,J s, ,Ax X K.. in , ff? " wr' up X 1 A ' - rss- A-1 " ' i es. gg, .Ifab va 'Winn ,W ,f',,'1"nv-X ,ggpggzl -rf - - ..- I .,. .47 y I Yr! ff! . 1 R f f xl, . 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Parrish, Lonnie Dallas Patrick, Lee Dallas V Patterson, Bobbye Texarkana Patterson, Charlotte Duncanville Patterson, Sandra Crane Payne, Cholly Santa Maria, Calif, Payne, Liston Denton Pearcy, Michael Weatherford Pendleton, Joyce Dallas Penland, Claudia Frisco Pepper, Sandra Dallas Peters, Robert Dallas Petty, Daniel Tyler Pfluger, Kaye San Angelo Philbrick, Don Denton Phillips, Barbara Richardson Phillips, Kathy McKinney Phillips, William Denton Pickett, Joe Fort Worth Pmickett, Kathy Texarkana Pierce, Patsy K Dallas Pierre, Suzanne Fort Worth Pittmon, William . , San Angelo Pdtts, Gil Dallas Poe, James Dallas Polk, Teddy Kerrville Pollard, Peggy Grand Prairie Pomerenke, Judy McGregor Clyde Poole, Gary Porter, Lynda Pittsburg Porter, Mike Denison Potthoff, Helen Longvlew Pounds, Bobby Newcastle Powers, Johnny Valley Mills Prather, Jerry Garland Prentice, Lyndel Arlington Prindle, Jebby Dallas Procter, Polly, Temple Pugh, Eugene Colon, Panama Putnam, Judith Richardson Reiswig, gl Reneau, Render, S Renshaw, lleynolds, f wx a lx l 4 J 2 richards, l 1 flichardson, l Richardson, Richey, W, lfichmond, ll i l I l Rider, Paula lllgslns, J01 Roberts, Gle ,R0berts, Jar Roberts, Jol- l Robi .Q Robigiggl il? Rocholl C I Roe' Michirg lin Barb, Rogers Rogers , oland 1 ' jlanea ' allie ' Gl01-ix l 1 l our lull T all geexarlwnq L UUCQSFME Quade, Melodee Queal, Irv , Quenzer, Lynnar Ranleyx Julie Rape, Nancy a McKinney Denton Houston SENIORS Par Roi Marlafculii Rateliff, John Livingston W Denim, Read, Jan Dallas fe eallleflwt Reese, Ann Irving ia Dallll Reeves, Robert Dallas J Fruit Reid, Andra San Antonio tra Dalia, Vt Dalb l B San Angli 311 Dem - I, arbara Riclwrdsn- athy McKinii, lilliam Dent: me Fort Won ,athy Texaric' , ,.i Reiswig, David Beaver, Okla. Reneau, Judy McKinney Render, Suzanne Denton :C Renshaw, Ted Decatur ,. Reynolds, Sandra I . Bridgeport Richards, Edward yatsy Ddl . San Antonio luzanne Fort Wi' Richardson, Charles William - Fort Worth San Anti Richardson, Gary Denton .1 DE. Richey, W. D. Royse City ings Ui: Richmond, John Dallas Kem, Rider, Paula Tracy, Calif. Teddy Gandprg Rxggms, Johnny Waco d,PegSY dl MM Roberts, Glenn Longview zenke, Jill' Qi, Roberts, James Wills Point Gary Pmgg Roberts, John Dallas Q, Lynda Robertson, Elizabeth Diff , 1 I Grand Prairie Mike Lon? Robinson, Jimmy Dlesquzte Leng Helen NMS Robinson, Ruby Bowie pho ,Bobby wif R0choll,.Carole Garland ndgf Johnny V0 6,5 Roe. Michael Dallas le 7 Y ther, 'len Afli- R0 el , gers, Barbara Dallas mtiee, Tllfi EOSGFS. Dale Fort Worth ndle, Jelly Q R0gers, Janet Whitesboro Jeter, P0 e' PL-if R034-Irs, Janie Whitesboro Zh, Eugen Coigamjg l Oland, Gloria Whztesboro Judllh i l Stamford Dallas J, g av' -I-.J nv' 13 3- Rolater, John Fort Worth it ,Roquen1ore,,Larry Palestine Roquemore, Phil Mineral Wells Ross, Doyle Henderson Roussel, Betzy Port Arthur L . ' r Rue, Mary Whitesboro ' i .33 , - Russell, Cathy . Decatur 4 - Q ' Russell, David Fort Worth ' 'J Russell, Michael Garland ,'j ' X , 'cd -, 13 ,-L , f 1 ' 1-184' ..--..-1-.... QQ. , 4 r SENIGRS: Rol-Spr Ae. " n -'Ns 'WK h. , r ill is ' fy s . t ix. N I A. H., . ' 1: ., - , kin .1 W I i fit' Y sv l ' . Sanders 'ry -'W Q Sanders , , A Sanders, ' "' Q ' Sanders, Russell, Ray Denver City Rust, James Georgetown, Del. L ' - i l Rutledge, W. T. Big Spring E Saichek, Dennis Milwaukee, Wis. ""' g I Saldana, Lynda Fort Worth Sampson, Betty Arlington Grace L Dallas Nelda Fort Worth Robert Van Scherry Mineral Wells Sappington, Muron Elgin 3 4-ft-,z,:,"""'Qf . if , , , f ,Q H' fr if fre Sawyer, from Pittsburg, Ba. he , ,3 V 4 , Schaeffer, Walt Gordonville vw' .,, S ' Schafer, Dan Gainesville 'lf' Schiable, Marvin Dallas X Schalk, Thomas Gainesville ' Schertz, Ronny Sanger 49" Schmidt, Carla Burnet , ' 7 Schober, Dean Waco R44 -if N., 'fill QQ 'rj' Dx -,. . .,--s- Nr. I Y ff? ff, , . .Af fb' ,PAA 5 MJ X 'TIP9 Sewer -'Of Schoech, Marjorie Muenster Schrader, Larry Longview Schultz, Michael , , Corpus Christi Schwartz, Era Carrollton Scott, Edward Grand Saline Scott, Linda Dallas Seibt, Pat Au-Silfl I igelk, isegifjg ghwabau i i i i i all-ki D ' ilgllijvew, 5 , Shillefss ishock, M ,short C 31 ishm, Jalal ishults, S 'kl ,Ba lllifnfiaafbi , Singleton, isingletoni 3 iSkinner, Da , Sloan, H0116 Slocum, D03 SmaJl, Dons i 1 i Smiley, Fran wSmith, Bever Smith, Hugh i Smith, Van iSmith, Judy s V iSmith, L , ismilhi Hit ismith' Stephe i li Sud , gpirlhgaiaggrg iispeflf, Lurune Siisu' Shawn i i iSD6n igggiifi S3553 l Patricia ispyaglml TEH- ' l ' Gelley el G l.. John l01'e, Lal. F011 Wm' lore, Phill PM loyle M ingal will , Betly Poringxiil liar . it Cihthy Whmill' l ' D .cf li FO" l, UL Ray Dawg, James Georgetown, li dge, W. T. Big Sirk. ek, Dennis Milwauleal, na, Lynda Fort llc: lson, Betty Arlligl ers, Grace ers Nelda Forlllill ers i Robert ' ers, Schergmeral nl, ingwn, Muron lf pimburlf- yer, Tom G rdf! letter, Walt girlie' s--: lferv ' bl , Mmm 'ff lite Thomas Gam R my Carla ll ber, D emkoyie r.. ech, Mari Aden Laffy ' . 1 iz, Mwhfivflllifi de esta? it li Linda " Pet Selk, Suzanne Dallas Sellers, Sue Anson Salman, Dorothy Athens Sensabaugh, Dwight Anclrrfuxs Shamblin, Joe Dallas Shank, Diane Dallas Shivers, Doris Carthage Shivers, Tamara Longview Shock, Mickey Jaclzsboro Short. Carl lWcKinney Short, Janice Fort Worth Shulu-x, Steve Killeen Siekla-r, Barbara Dallas Sims, Barbara Fort Worth Singleton, David Dallas Singleton, Sandra Dallas Skinner, David Dimmitt Sloan, Roddy Dallas Slocum, Doris Victoria Small. Donald Archer City Smiley, Frances Littlefield Smith, Beverle Comanche Smith, Hugh Dallas Smith, Van Fort Worth Smith, Judy Knox City Smith, Larry Hughes Springs Smith, Dwain Dallas Smith, Sammy Richardson Smith, Sandra Childress Smith, Stephen Longview Snyder, Pauline Dallas Spafkman. Sandra Post Oak 5995212 Lurline Beaumont SDSU, Sharon Dallas SD9IlCe. Beverly Sherman Spencer, Gayle ' Dallas PQHCH, Robert Will P r gphfts, Patricia Forrswgiiih Spfadllll. Terrell Pasadena WHY, Geney Matador 2 , 1'5- -?! I J I ,ab- X-4 f? N -4 I N W, .,.... 1 I f 'J 432' ps ,,..-f- -AA Q v. 1, s 0 -5? :Q , AX, , ,ta ,Z 1 ,X ,- ev-Q' ,flxl-if '.Q.i'i .x '-Q-Pv- , , . 4 ff 2 F , , -0' ,I 0,17 A. l.X f 3 S Ui yi l 3 -.pp -inc: "' 1 f yt'-, -'Q 43 Q-1, y, 'C 376 Q ...,,,, I ,Mis sf f xp, X , we 14" 4.41 wi g ha. '17 -..,-' 2 4: , , 1 ll X l W 1, . I . ,Nfl , . ,ww ' .'4!" .J9 2 4 1 1? SENIJORS: Spr-Tho , , ref' ya, 'WWAQW - , I 0 Q-.ws fr V Z., ttf' M .I V V , Q . dr. Ji f, f 1 r X. , , il "' ,ll W . ' --.W fin 1' .fffi 'Q' uh I I7 ,W-rv if g-4, 4-11' N, W A I t ,E 'A . .-, S 3 :ri ' f' ape Y 4 14212 X Sf? X , , Springer, Alfred Gilmer Springer, Drew Weatherford Springer, Mary Rockwall Spurgin, Billy DeSoto Spurlock, James Denton Squier, Marc Garland Squier, Dan Garland St. John, Geraldine Fort Worth Stallings, George Odessa Stallings, Louann Odessa Stanford, Douglas Dallas Starkey, Kathleen Forth Worth Starnes, Nancy ' Dallas Starke, Gayle Dallas Stavlo, Leon Sunray Steffee, John 'Tyler Stephenson, Mack San Angelo Stevens, Marilyn ' Elwood, Ind. Stewart, Carolyn Dallas Stewart, George Arlington Stewart, Katherine Cleburne Stimson, Becky Terrell Stockton, Ann El Paso Stockton, Charles Plainview Stockton, James Nocona Stone, Nelda May Stone, Preston, Houston Stone, Scott Dallas Storey, Janie Garland Stout, George Gilmer Strawn, Eugenia Dallas Streetman, Michael Gunter Stricklin, Judy Cleburne Stromberg, Eric Dallas Surles, William Dallas 8, , E I ,u v'- ' ' V? 52' , v sweet' lf Swinda 1, swifldafll Tabby D Tatum, lor, c iillgff 5 lill, 321 Templew Templew Tel-v00r6I Thomas, Thomai Thomas- Thomas, ThompSOI Thompsor Thompsol Thomhill. 1 1 gi lr U 4 , Q l w I A 1 J 1 P 1 i A I K h 1 E I W 5, ,,, .fred - rew Weatgzgm llibly Roclllfal ames Deslfi Demri 3120 gflflgnr Geraldine mllf F ort W V George Od?" Louam Orff Tl, Douglas Dalli. , Kathleen Forth lllml Nancy Dallas Gayle Dalla- Leon Sum, lohn Tylf' on, Mack San Anglli Marilyn Elwoodfllll Carolyn Dflllff George Arllnlllll Qatherine Clebufllf Terrfll iii? Ei P450 harles Plalflllllll 'ames Nocolw H llldl lon On: G lall E lililnlfl . Dallas ua . Gufller ichael Cleburnq l 11118 If ggllas r Sweet, Diane lrulrzg Swinrlall, Doris Drfnlrm Swinflall, Lon Granbury Talib, Robert Ozmm Tatum, Mary Fort Worth Taylor, Charlotte Pos! 'l':1ylor, Nita Wyllr' Taylor, Wriciflrrixv Trfmplw Teal, James .Slf'yIIlUlll' Tffmplcton. Elaine Tylrv' 'l'f-mplnlon, Kc-itll Quurmh 'l'c-rvuurcrn, Warm-n ljI'0ll'IIll'U!l!l 'llll0H12lS, Gaylc- Trrrrfll Tliomas, Gilford Bryan 'l'l1omas, Ruby lJl'I1f0ll 'l'homas, To rry Colorado City Thompson, Dennis P1CllIlUlf'll' Thompson, Linda Garlanfl 'llhompson, Patricia Lcllirczslcl' llhornhill, Earl Dallas :lx '41- L 'CN . ,l 'x -Q, fav K j I j, Q -sun' X sd X .N , Q 4, 1-of? X W I ,, L.. lil l ll! ll ll ian. ,Q ' O .af ,il i -Q A , . , .. 5 .. . ll ll' y-pal: ..x 74 i -J in N f-' . gr AA A A A r, 'l as WX ff' All h M l .ay f-Q ,I-,J 's W4 lc lic-lp l-:wk ull ll:ij.'lwr mall trip ll1'lfll'I nlll1'n. ll." 1 ' 'll' lii' l!! iz: ll! l'SN'l' ulli1fui's fll'l',x4l'fl :nw lwzux anfl rlnnvurl :luring flu' lJI'U1ll+1 lu-Iv.'f-1-I1 Vllln-4'N. l u 's""""' yi , ,y , , ' ,nz ,' 3' as - 2 A 1 - V sd fn! PM 1-I -' if Am, W ,av yr I I, U ss . fi' N, we A L H--f VU' - SENIORS: Tho-Wil ed- l l ,- A sf ,.. Nm, 7 I X ad! I My ' S s N X., N.-L 1 J P I t " r Ili "" A 4' F' lvl ,M-U A' I . 'X 1. ,f Q MAL" X ,ul X ' ll Y. ' M .., I l , fan ' Q 1 f ,rr-1 la , ,, Qpi'.V i 5- , 5 if xx AF 1 '47 'FI -4' 3 'Z . Q, P' . , i I' f., . , . .. w". I--' . ' K ' ' H, . , , .A . .Af -f 'S is '-123 ,015 , -:QW f, , ..,, , Q ' f t: 5 4 ,, 1 A , 'Q I X ta Us F, 4 , I 1 454' Thorogood, 'Bill Dallas Tieber, Dennis Dallas A Till, Mary Beth LaFeria Tohms, Patricia W Dallas Tomlin, Diana Fort Worth Topletz, Dennis Dallas Townsend, Dolores Rockdale Townsend, Jack ' Dallas Trahan, Anthony New Orleans, La. Travis, Althea Dallas Trevino, Gloria Edinburg Trimble, Lynette J Brownsville Truitt, Jack Lenoir City, Tenn. Truitt, Melanie Waxahachie Turano, James Dallas Turner, Jeanette Fort Worth Underwood, Carolyn Austin Utley, Paul' Dallas Utley, Sharon Gainesville Uzzell, Judy La Marque Van Earp, Dorthalee Houston Van Zandt, James Bonham Varnado, Harold Dallas Vermillion, Ronald Van Alstyne Vick, Jane Fort Worth Voss, Anne Fort Worth ,Wade, James Quanah Waite, Eric Lansing, Mich. Walker, Donna Hurst Walker, Imogene Richardson Walters, Barbara Lufkm Walters, James Dallas Waltrip, Barbara u Kansas City, Kan. Wardlaw, Nina Carthage Warren, Charlotte DGU05 ow' 'arfen' GHT gmhallipatt l2'S"2'su1fff l l 31 Oth ll: in leiiflilw Walsh, Georg' l A l W Ich, Jllllalt Wilton, Pam' Wal, Dan I Wester: Geri White, Bfen While, Slllvla Whiting, Johi Whitingtonal Whitten, M19 Wideman, LH Wier, Robert Wilder, Dunc Wiley, Gladys Wilkerson, T4 Wilkins, Done l 5Wi11i , D lwllligss, Bil fwlliams, Mu , Pat lwllllamg iivnliams, pe, Wiuianlsasha llhallls W lwllliamsim Pi lwllllamsoni J E llhs, Gerald l l ills, wi, H EW' On' Cla lllllson uc l lvillii' Jams l ' Dari v Linda ..,,..i-, "ggi Bm ,trims Duff , 13 ,ll lgqrrid? 13, . 'ld Fort Dfmlx Doi, , Dani, ,mt JaQkresR0Ckda,e 1 -3.T1il1Qny Dall, Aizig' Orleanli, Dalai 1 Gi aria Edinbmg IIE Warren, George Dallas Warthan, Gary Big Spring Watson, Patty Dallas Watson, Suzanne Dallas Watts, Martha Tyler Webb, Dorothy Red Oak Webb, Nancy Arlington Weiss, Gary Vera Welborn, Doug ,Boerne Welch, George Atlanta Welch, Julianne' Carrollton Welton, Patrick Gladewater West, Dan McKinney Wester, Gerald Madisonville White, Brenda Maud if lgrne B V V. 'Owl White, Sylvia Fort Worm lyaioirCity,Tenrl Whiting, John Denison -- y,55Lme1gfaIuh,,h,, Whit1ngton,.Leah Dallas ji., Dan, Whitten, Michael Denton Wideman, Linda San Antonio A " 'ifiwldon Wier, Robert Odessa 'Q 'VZ Calm 'uf Wilder, Duncan Austin 324- Wiley, Gladys ' Aledo 601564136 Wilkerson, Tommy 1 LC? LLM Big Spring Wilkins, Donald Houston iii? DOnhaleeHpuslon ',1,.:4l2H165 Balm Williams, Dennis Nocona F i A l . . , . t Plmlinliflggi i wssisi, Parisi ,r FOVY W0 Whitesboro i Williams, Peggy Fort Worth l l l will -,159 Fmfllwi 13399 .,,,g,lll'l Williams, Sharon Longview EMC ww Hun i 'Williams, Waymon Wickett H, Wwe l Williamson, Donny Vernon A ,, mow Rfflwf Williamson, James Dublin ' 1 Willis, Gerald Dallas l l Q 3 ll ,Ha Bflflfir W Wilson, Carolyn Belton 'l,,, lllllm ,vga Wilson, Claudia Dallas "' ,e Elma CM4 Wilson David Belton ' ld' lfflnsas CW Wilsoni James Dallas . ,, NIM l Wilson, Linda McKinney '!f-lhrhafiow 3 ll J. LA... 2 C V K Di' gf X 1 1 , f f Z, . as-Q me .QA pr , , , ,fa l Q 4-K... vp L. Y Wg, A ,I ' . ,, Hr! 'H-.1 -"n "Fl ,K . g A . r, 9 QV , '......,,,, ' ' are If" 'Al f' . A ' l-fl , 'i ig , , . ' Q Av EX' '::4.,i.a ,, ,lv l V' AR If y as fe , f-5, , , '7,7'l :isa Z wg., -V,-'gf . 3,.,,., f ,, l an as 19 ...,0 , . Li , -"-sry. 3 fm I-v . my r -nw :.. , if ,,,,, 'uw 3' ' Y, V V A I f -. X 1 I1 ff 404, ' n A rv? .4-zr' QW mm Qggl "is .f 4. ,f-40" , . -Q ,Z j ,v I fx? ' '47 Q i ' f rw AEA ...f-,ra-,, K tai , it 1 X W 4 Q si . Q: n 'f ,gi , rx,"- ' -5:25. ' its -is 7 'V 5 -e ,-e,e,,1,-e.e,e,,...--ef.,.:e1::e,e-a----A - - "-f Mr:--.1 ' 'X f SENIORS: Wil-Zim f f Www t x fe AL 'as 'A it , A A. A . fm f' 1 , ff A gl 1 I , ', N, ,yr If .G jf 2::: , ., l -QV 4-:""" We .i ' V 7' ' l """ff"1'ef-'eeerferhrfmawpe-mam, ,, A X :fem-we-fm, , 'WWE Wilson, Patricia A Wichita Falls Winans, Janice O'Donnell Windsor, Barbara . San Angelo Wrnsett, Walter Dallas Wirz, Richard Seymour Witte, Lynne McGregor Wolf, Janis Fort Worth Womack, Dan Dallas Wommack, David Atlanta Wood, Lyndell Sherman Wood, Richard Freeport Woodford, Ernest Dallas Woodward, Nan New Boston Worthington, Charlene Fort Worth Wray, Kathleen Dallas Wright, Judith Denton Wright, Linda Troup Wright, Stephanie Arlington Wuebker, Henry Chilton Yarbrough, Joan Marshall Young, Donald Dallas Young, Robert Dallas Young, Maurice Fort Worth Youngdahl, Brian Sioux City, Ioura Youts, Don League City Youts, Edie League City Zimmerman, Sandra 1 San Antonio C lheffwtl Abllll' I 'liufff C2 I Adam-Ss Adams, fl Adarn-9, I Adalnsr I Adam' II AdarnS, S Adams' Aseer Da Aguilar. f Aguirre, 1 Ajltg, Gir Akers, JO Akey, MZ Akgt, Car Albers, 'I Alcoze, T Aldridge, Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Alfordr Ji Alford, L Allain, S, Au . Auiiij EH men, Ed Allgii, Eh v Jul Allen: JO1 5 JO1 Allen Allis' I-Ol ,Mi W 1 l Patricia -lanicewicllllgp , my . 5 l R Cgilger ulglifl G , Sellllglg fm- l limit 'ml Undeu Allawi Sheffnlq l l l R. it lflldlll Fyegpgrll :iz Ernest DUHM 1. Nan New Buell 151311. Charlene J 'X Fort Wml attleen Dali 1 . l .muh Dell Linda lm! Steahauie Arlingl -' Henri' Chzllm rlllill lllfmll F f.-,all Dall J Risen mimi? Fl" 0 l Cn Clllrlo' 1 UI ' f M Leullf fl J' l will fl f- A , Q ' 1 dm fn" . W: 'wi mania AMW 1 l l A H l l i l nil.. Abbott, Cathy CFU Abernathy, William fFrJ Abston, Cecile fJrJ Ackley, Dianne CFrJ Acuff, Carol Ann CSophJ Adams, Don fJrJ Adams, Janis CFU Adams, Kay CSophD Adams, Richard QF1-J Adams, Adams, Adams, Robert CFU Ron CJrJ Saundra fSophJ Agee, David fSophD Aguilar, Glenn fSophJ Aguirre, David QFD Ailts, Ginny CSophJ Akers, Joe fJrJ Akey, Martha fSophJ Akst, Carol CFD Albers, Tom fJrD Alcoze, Tom CFU Aldridge, Marie fSophJ Alexander, Connie fSophJ Alexander, James CFU Alexander, John fFrJ Alexander, Linda fJrJ Alexander, Pat CFIJ Alford, John Url Alford, Lynda CFrJ Allain, Steve CFU Allen, Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen 3 3 7 1 3 Billy fJrJ Eddie CJIJ Edward CFU Elizabeth CSophJ Judy CSophJ John CSophJ John G. fFrJ Linda Jo fJrJ Lola CJrJ Michael D. QFrJ Cisco Dallas Groves Euless Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Midland Stephenville Odessa Enid, Okla. Big Spring Dallas Dallas Abilene Denton Fort Worth Pampa Denton Lewisville Dallas Fort Worth Burkburnett Hamilton Canton, Ohio Dallas Richardson Denton Stamford M alako if Wichita Falls Dallas Dallas Wylie Dallas San Antonio ' Irving San Antonio Carrollton fb. ,X .I JY' x . fi 5 , X , , ,aw aw , xr C ' diff .I , '4 I ' 'J 1 sr I if V C11 D .1 .. ."'."Z ,, 4 Lp L ' W. f"T"" ' "W Y. 2 if pf! '15 is .L 'wwfy 5 ,ff'- tan- A Ah 'FC rf ai 1 fl UNDERCLASSMEN: A-A ,-Q, 4-.qi 3' V4 ' 1' , . f i e VL"-' 0 , , 1 , VV, , ., f X .,,1,,:' jr "J . ,s M - - My Kf 1 his ,. . .. qi , . ,.--f 'f 0 ' ' , .L ,, V . C7 L., ' 'rg Ili," ff, 'Z ' 525 ,I may v' 1, '44, z Allen, Micky CFD Dallas Allen, Roger CSophJ Garland Allen, Sally CSophD Amarillo Allen, Sharon CSophJ Fort Worth Allison, James CFD Lewisville Allison, Judy CFD ' San Angelo Alonzo, Victor CSophJ , McAllen Alsobrook, Kathleen CFD Houston Alvarez, Sonny CJD Kingsville Amos, Virginia CSophJ Denton elf .: 'ia' 1 E C Anders, Anna CFD Fort Worth Anderson, Ann CFD Denton ' , 4 ' Anderson, Betty CSophl Andrews 41, Anderson, Carolyn CFD Irving Anderson, Cynthia CFD Jacksboro A ,r.ri J ii Anderson, Daryl CFD Ponder Anderson, Dean CSophJ Little River, Kan. Anderson, Diane CFD Stamford Anderson, Elizabeth CFD Dallas Anderson, Greg CFD . Denton I .3 UNDERCLASSMEN. All- ac Anderson, Judith CFIJ Haskell ' Anderson, Judith CJD Dallas - Anderson, Kirk CFD Denton r Anderson, Lynette CJD San Antonzo A Anderson, Marian CSophJ Ptttsburg , ,V Anderson, Marlene CJD Dallas 'C "" Anderson, Reba CFD McKmney Anderson Robert CSophJ Rockwall Anderson Virginia CSophJ Garland Anderson, Walt CJD Cleburne K Anguiano, Mary CFD Dallas an Aplin, Raymond CFD 'Dumas Applegate, Walter CSophJ Cherry Hzll, N.J. Applewhite, John CSophJ Richardson Archer, James CSophj Dallas Arena, Concetta CSophJ Galveston 2 Arhelger, John CFD Austm Armitage, Shelley CFD Vega Armour, John CFD Mineola Armstrong, Jack CFD Dallas 2 g l UHSUOUH D ,lr Arflng Bi Asbelly' fl ahcfaff' " E Atch1S0n' Athefwn' AtkefS0Ilf I Atke 1'SOll , J I Atkins, Shi Atkmsollq Atwogd, Jo Aug, Flank Aiwmusy Sa Austin, Dal Austin,T2ll1 Autrey, FTE Autry, LOU Averitt, Len Avery, Julie Aydelotte, 4 Bachman, I Bachman, E Bacon, Lan 1 During tr leaders, Hdsliiii 'Kg ua-4-vi i n"i CAHEA 3 mann n Demon W Fort Wann Dffllon l Alilllelpg Irving i Jdaksbonn Ponder 5 e River, Knnf Stamford C Dallas Denton t i v V C, Dalia Denton n gm Antonio? Pilisblai i i Dalai M Kinnf A! infra? , Ga n C 1 Clibymll v n N W 1 n n W W Dawn cnaaff an Winn N at HW P' i t i 1 n l T .1344 Arrington, Michael CFrJ Asberry, Bobbie CJrJ Ashcraft, Cynthia CFrJ Irving Odessa Denton Dallas Fort Worth , ,W xg vs 1:1 M' " i ,Q ,AQ 'Tip thx. Armstrong Robert CFrJ Arndt Gay CJrJ A g Q: Ni n i Dana, f . Eaflqnd , i A ln 1 Q D. a x an 'N Fazilln .., f "- ' ulsmiif n 3 '51 Q i QI Y A Sanjdingeln s Atcheson, Craig CSophJ Slidell ' x A Atchison, Chip CJrJ Gainesville lg "' A+'- Atherton, ,Jerry CF1-J Brady Atkerson, Don CFrD Decatur C Atkerson, Peggy CSophJ San Antonio -0 N'::' Atkins, Sharron CFrJ Denton Atkinson, Barbara CJrJ Fort Worth C ,,': 52 Atwood, Jon CSophD Kermit 'ig ,gy ,A Aue, Frank 'CFrJ Cleburne 3' 3' , f-'nn f rf' Ausrnus, Sarnmie CSophJ Grand Prairie Q J i r -J' '-:J fi A 45 I L , A, Austin, David CSophD Pleasanton " A ,C ' f ' Austin, Tahleigh CJIJ Little Rock, Arie. .1 ' ' X ,-. ' Autrey, Fred CSophJ Ferris f' A, 4. A" Autry, Lou Ann CFIJ Gunter f ,1- Averitt, Lemma CFrJ Dallas .gl i K, fl-,, Ja! , mir :sg . Avery, Julie CSophJ Denton F 551 Aydelotte, Candace CFrJ Waco ' Bachman, Douglas CFrJ Denton V Bachman, Sandra, CSophJ Denton C' , , -"' Bacon, Larry CFU Lewisville 'wt C ,M 0--1 4' During the Homecoming parade, the North Texas cheer- enthusiastic spirit by waving to the crowds along side the leaders, dressed in their green and white uniforms, show two-mile route as the procession creeps toward the Square. 0 lm if -f 'z i , , 1,1-.img UNDERCLASSMEN Baker, Suzanne QFD Baland, Marilyn CSophJ Baldwin, Charles CSophJ Baldwin, Jim CFD Baldwin, Paul KFD Baldwin, Roger QFD Baldwin, Scotty CSophJ Ballard, Janie CFD Ballard, Kathy KFD Balew, Duane QJD Ballew, Pamela CSophJ Balser, Don CSophJ Bamberg, Ronald CJD Bankston, Donald CFD Barber, Norma CSophD Barber, Sue fSophJ Barcelo, James QJD Barentine, Marjetta fSophJ Bargiames, Pame fSophJ Barkley, Arlene CFD 384 Denison Amarillo Anna Fort Worth Alice Richardson Houston Dallas Houston Clarksville Arlington Dallas Kilgore Dallas Palacios Terrell Pasadena Corsicana Dallas Gruver ,ggi-'xii E.. K i'L'i".fT. ' JS-., ,V in ' 'Si , Ks E X Rs V E fgfzv in ,W 3 le 5, 'l-c, 1 'dw WW' 1 ,V . Ygff f s 1,3154 Q rl , V. ' - A 44,-,.. V, f , ' 'CDW 0-" -f,i.Z""f'5,TE,. 2 ' ' ig. 'f .. x.j,,,'..,f,,:'Lmr f 1 . -f. A, 1. 2- a- V , -1037, n v: ' l af '-4 .i :Q 0 A' '. ,3 .l 2 se ' 7' 97 , l " . F X , , ' kwa " "--.4 we V N ,-..M,,..3- , ' .ff"? 5 Badillo, Dario fSophJ Baer, Billy CSophJ Bagwell, Mary QFD Baier, Bill CSophjV Bailey, Carol QSophD Bailey, Gerald QFD Bailey, Michael CJD Bailey, William CFD Bair, Larry- QFD Baird, Phil fSophJ Baird, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker Baker, Baker Bakeri Baker, Baker 9 Sybil CSophJ Barbara CFD Charles QFD Cheryl CFD Cindy fSophD Douglas QJD Ethel QJD Kay CFD Kyle CJD Richard KFD Bad-Bas 53' 4. 'fl if K w Q f E f S27 , . f .U ,ff,...? 1, V' I, fx -iflf I , 5 14 ' ! ,rd M I M f l ii f ,ff '. 1, , . , an x, N, l ..,.,. Z --I ,, I nw. 4 ......,, 3 K f f fe W f, , ,I -ff z ! ,F?t?1f, . Vw- - 1- '2:z.E5!1:::., 51,55 151 jf! ,,-S-X' Q ,.,.. ., ,, ,gp . Harlingen ' Dallas Frisco anta Ana, Calif. Dallas Wichita Falls Hallsville Falfurrias AGarland Fort Worth Denton V Abilene Garland Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Texarkana Keller M cGregor Dallas . -' 2 ' C 51 'Q ' Yf x , V Q ff ,W-me l Qi ' , I xl 'Q A , :fgif L2-1 .il ,, i, Nxt-I-"-Ai' I Barkley H BW' YH' garflg' po In , . limes' lm Bafnf' e , Barrgell, Be B3 J e nell, all V10 Ne melt, gsm Llnda Barr, Pat,-' Barrera, El' Barrett, 3 Barrett, Barrett . Barron, Lil Banon, M1- Barrow. G2 K? W1 Barrow, Lal Bartlett, Ja Bartlett, Ra Barhness, S Barziza, M2 l Basden, Bev Basham, Llc Bashton, Ge Bass, Daxid Bass, Howa: Bess, Richf-11 Basye, liar Balchelden, Batchelor, 'Q Bates, Lind, Bat Bafiij lggjfg Bates, Wim. Eaten, Di ' allleste, Cf B t S3513 ea shman laughfllari' aumhardi, , - Q l l 4 -i V l 1 l ,, I 1 Hflrlfnggn: V , , Dam Barkley, Ginny QJID Farmers Branch A M , fu A ma, Prim' Barnard, Rob SFU Canyon 3' , fp-FQ , Q V, -an .5 , "lf1,CuU' Barner, Paul Qbophj Farmers Branch jj, l , , -A "' K Dqlglil Barnes, Donna CFU San Antonio C -' ' f.:',,. if Barnes, Jim fFrJ Dallas X E ' 1 , I , Q l A al A X Wichita my fs it r 1 Halls,-Htl Barnes, Linda fFrJ Fort Worth A 'Qu Famlfl Barnes, Robert crm Fort Worth 4 2 nf . Gmnal' l Barnett, Becky CFU Albuquerque, N.M. Ll: we 31, Forlwfll Barnett, Jeanie CJrJ Fort Worth ' " ll Barnett, Joan CFD Denton 1 l a V if l Q l gilt Barnett, Nellie CFU Waco Gagflfl Barr, Linda CJrJ Arlington gn Fonwlll , Barr, Pat .fJrD. ' Tyler I Q, X ll , Barrera Victoria CFU Lovlngton, N.M. "7 'W' 'Q ,af f, ,, N, Dall Barrett, Barbara CJrJ Pasadena ' nan. . , ' A fx Dlllsl 1 Barrett, Ketyryn CJrJ l Brownsville ' . Terurhlnll Barrett, William CJrj Emory 1,7 Kelly Barron, Linda CFU Waco . - MYGYFM , Barron, Mike CFU Brady D' Dlllrl l Barrow, Gary CFU Irving a il Barrow, Laura fSophJ Tyler I Bartlett, Jack CFU Dallas W , Bartlett, Randy fFrJ Sherman -C-3-A Bartmess, Sharon CJrD Beaumont Barziza, Mary QFrJ Houston i . l t ' par' I X I L 5 , U l -'N lim , 3, , Basden, Beverly QFD. Dallas V K 70' ! " 'L' l , Basharn, Lleta CSophJ Venus , 54, ' W -. 'Q Bashton, George CFU Dallas ,"-3? " '7 f .-Q' 17 l Bass, David CSophD Dallas a I l l Bass, Howard lFrJ Dallas , ?Q t J M a',, l Bass, Richard QJrJ San Antonio -' , 4 ',1 ' , t 7' l Basye, Marilyn fJrJ Texarkana I f' ,AM T 'J J ' ' 1 '. ' l 2 Batchelden, Joyce QFIJ Bedford T - Q -V , 4 Batchelor, Carol lFrj Midland ,I ' Ya , , Bates, Linda CFU Paris I V IA l 9 A , i , Bates, Margaret CJD Carthage Za' , lp.: 'R' M , , Bates, Sandra 'fFrJ Dallas V, K Q fd X If .af , Hy , Hr 1 Bates, William any Dallas 'f - T ' Batspn, Di Ann fSophJ Amarillo 5 ' l Batlneste, Carolyn CFU Houston l Q 1' r ' , mf 'ni f f X Battle, Larry QSophJ Greenville lift 7' ' "" A 3 Batton, Robert fFrJ Bossier City, La. l Baughman, Beryl QFD Dallas A r Baughman, Lilla CFU Lewisville ' f Baumhardt, Claudia fJrJ Weatherford ' rr I A ' x l 385 I Pl l ...i, -'V ,WT 7,7 4 H 2- - Tj? .1 elm., I Q ' Nr? n f ' I w wr f l f f 4 if ,571 if ev A K 1 ' 'egr 31293, 1 a, ,X vw , lf 'illirfff if 3 , - 1' 5 ,., f ! F' C 5, 1 1 i , ,at if Y , wg' ,ff 1 , UNDERCLASSMEN: W pk- 19, ' 3 yi 14?- X 43? f Baw-Bil z,'4:r"f J FJ ig . ls f Y . Q f 'L 1 L' -Q1-13 i Q ll A i 5 . 3' , -5' "':l7l,,, 'K I N 1 N 'Q' Q f D at ski? ' ,Wwe .Y A g, L3 --W, 2 fb 55- . l fvlff. , ff' , ,bf rig .1' i , il rflf,if,f1Mfe,i ,fr r I 386 ' 1.281 if I 'Q' -say , ,L Bawcom, Jack QSophD Baxter, Cecil QFD Baxter, ,Clay QSophl New Bearden, Hillman QSophJ Bearden, Liz QJD Bearden, Ronnie QFD - Bearden, Tony QJD Beatty, Dinah QFD Beaty, Jerald QJD Beauchamp, Errol QFD Beaver, Alice QSophJ Bayer, Ruth QJD Beagle, Eric QJD Beall, Cynthia QFD ' Beals, Ellen QSophD Beamer, Karen QJD Bean, Rene QFD Beck, Jonny QFD Becker, Donna QSophJ Beckham, Adonna QFD Beckham, Darlene QFD Bedford, David QSophJ Beene, Edward QFD Belasco, Richard QFD Beler, Carol QFD Belew, John QJD Belew, Peggy QFD Belk, Iris QSophJ Belk, Jan QFD Belknap, .James QSophJ Bell, Bryan QFD Bell, Jean QJD Bell, Ronald QJD Bell, Ronald QSophJ Bell, Susan QSophJ Bell, Suzan QFD Bellar, James QSophJ Benham, Sarah QSophJ Bennett, Eileen QFD Bennett, Gary QFD Wellington Fort Worth Orleans, La. Snyder Merkel Midland Snyder Richardson Midland Fort Worth Dallas M uenster Dumas Gainesville Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Houston Borger I rving Pittsburg Fort Worth Fort Worth Barrington, R.I. Dallas Vernon Fort Worth Dallas Texarkana Irving Fort Worth Floresville McKinney Richardson Abilene Fort Worth Denton Dallas Justin Midland . I, nflft llinfwl' Benflff, gere' Bergeml Byline? Berry" , Berfhlr I Berrlh ' Berry- 7 Berry- I Berry, Berrymf Beson. C Best, Rl Berry, I Beyer, l Biffar, H Bieby- f Bigby, l Blggs, P Bilbray, Bilton, . Bilyeu, Modern depart!-I . T on N WEN, Ik , if. WEE Whit Q , rlyff, limit s Hfcllllii Mig! For mga l-lillix lluerrgg Dum Galnemllf Dall i Dall Fort Wort l'lUli": il Borga lr 1 4 Plllelll , fl Forllltil Fortlli' 3 Bafrlllllllil l Dill 2 l Um? F or! 45 I W l Wifi ill? , Fila w gllclllftf iwhfjt l wr w i 1 li A J all 1 I nl W i Bennett, Lowell CFU Bennett, Paul CJrJ Bentley, Barbara CSophJ Berg, Carole lJrJ Bergeron, Toni CFU Bergstrom, Johnny fSophJ Berliner, Debby CFU Berry Charles fFrJ Berry, Elaine fFrJ Berry, Joe CFD Berry, Mike CFU Berry, Richard QJID Berry, Richard QFD Berry an Pat fFrJ m y Beson, Gail fFrJ Best, Rhys QSophJ Berry, Bill CFU Beyer, Carol CSophJ Biffar, Eva CJD Bigby, Annelle CFD Bigby, Biggs, Romelle lFrJ Ronnie fJrJ Bilbray, Gayle CSophJ Bilton, Edna lSophj Bilyeu, Ann CFD McKinney Fort Worth Dallas Texas City Fort Worth Decatur Fort Worth Atlanta, Ga. Dallas Mesquite Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Waco Dallas Denton Fort Worth Big Spring Longview Longview DeSoto Houston Dallas Fort Worth .,,, i ' .if k A 1 1 ft"r- ft, A. w A-'S 4 A AX- ' ""k '34 A ff., . I ll Lrg D W3 V B ., ve 1 ' t 'SK i , . " 1 ' ' .Q Q df. L. ' . an '43 Q-ff' f - 6,5 Q 251 Al' j s - ,Q A 5-lv' 'i' D' e k,...1, WN - ff- 0-,a v . 'ra gl 7 "' Q vf. 4 x ...W "' f Qi. , , fall, 3. K -new :xg 2 i 1 l i r 5 I rt " p 1 Q r vs-5, 1 , f 1-'TT' 3 I Modern dance is offered in the physical education participate as an extracurricular activity. Students Q department as a course, but many students also learn modern as well as interpretive dance. 1 1 N u ' ' Q I K .V all . 1:77 3 M f if ,f yf i f 1 f? 1 v Blue, Jay QFD Boaz, Linda QFD Boaz, Terry QFD Bolman, Joy QFD Bone Robert Fr AL .Wm 2,-, , ' ' f, Bingham, Judy QFD Bir, Suzanne QFD Birkhoff, Linda QJD Bishop, Carole QFD Bishop, Gary QFD Bishop, Joe QJD Bishop, Susan QFD Bixler, Nelle QFD Black, Hank QJD Black, Keith QFD Spur Texas City Hurst Garland McKinney McKinney Dallas Dallas Breckenridge Arlington igqfgg ', 4: ,Q . -L f , V , 5+ Blevins, Omega QSophD Sanger ' Camarillo, Calif. f Blum, Cindy QFD Fort Worth , Boals, Rosemary QFD Frisco it Boaz, Bobette QJD Beaumont 1, .,ir, . l K Dallas J gif? A . Dallas 3-3+ Bobbltt, Shelia QFD Fort Worth 3, ,.' WS Bockbrader, Clayton QSophJ Dallas Bodine, Micki QFD Fort Worth 'l.,,.:-,gil f' Boen, Nancy QSophD Ranger 'Q Q Pf 5 Boland, Yvonne QFD Atlanta Q p Bold-en, Gerald QF1-5 Fort Worth 'W' - Hurst 3 f Bolton, Beth QSophj Fort Hood Bolton, Eddie QFD Dallas -as Bond, Melinda 63019119 Gatesoille Bondurant, Sherry QFD Arlington y Q l Dallas Bonk, Suzanne QFD Denton Qboy ' 404 f 'O Black, Ken QFD lraan Black, Roy QSophJ Big Spring Blackburn, Roybeth QSophJ Junction Blackshear, Ronald QFD Plano Blackwell, Benita QFD Dallas Blaine, Bob QJD Celina Bl-air, Nancy QFD Dallas Blakemore, Sally QFD Abilene Blakeney, Jo QFD Cranfills Gap Blakley, Frank QSophj Monahans Blakistone, Barbara QSophJ Cheverly, Md. Blalock, Trenna QFD Marshall Blalock, June QFD Dallas Bledsoe, Darrell QJD Fort Worth Bledsoe, Patte QFD Del Norte, Colo. fi, . .1 is -wil' , 'vi-by V . -ffl, fr, f in , f 'nf' Q if ' yi, af- -4. . g.,-ff. , 3' , 2 'X' ffl ,. 4 .' , f Q r l '7' l a l 59 1 ' 1 Mill" WL .5. fill gnlzff galil' -go., BW' lrff Bwzl' l Bfden llff ggrwfl' Jff Bwwffll. BOSWEH' If. Bowler- R ' 1 nd. Cf ill! BW Bowden, if Bowden- af Bowefli- 1 ' Bowers, J. Bowers, P2 Bowie. Gla Bowie. Joh Bowie. Lin Bowman. Q Bowman. 1 Bowman. I Bowman. l Boyd. Ded BOWL Don Boyd, Eve Bwd, Joh BOWL Kat Boyd. Nar Eoyda SUE' Oyett: BE gflynton, I B0Ynton, 1 Brabh Efadfiiii Bradley, B Brady, Jos Talley? Pl Sophl gslllll FN l tl l l TQIQSLEEL Gallilyygt l r A 1 Mckfnnfi McKin,,F ' Dllll B Dalh T6CligWgl Allllllloll lrmql B1 'Ulf on, L' , Pllmg' llulusl l Celiml Dulllsl Abuwl C ramllls Glpl llonalumll l Sophl Clzeverly, lllf Marshall Dalil F or! lllmll Del Norle, Cala, 1 haw ll: ' l all I" ff vw' l f lei, la l 4 F .- , '1 f I . A-.,-.ii Bonnecarrere, Keith CFU Booker, Janice ,CFU Booker, Willie CFrJ Boothe, Nina CFrJ Boozer, Don fJrJ Borders, Sharon fFrJ Borton, James CFrJ Boswell, Gary CFU Boswell, Tommy fSoph Boteler, Rosemary fSophJ Bourland, Clay fFrJ Bovee, Bruce CFU Bowden, Norma CSophJ Bowden, Sharon fFrJ Bowens, Carolyn ,fFrJ Bowers, J. P. fFrJ Bowers, Patricia Ann Bowie, Gladys' fJrJ Bowie, John CSophD Bowie, Linda CSophJ Bowman, Gerald CSophJ Bowman, Jim fJrJ Bowman, Patrick fSophJ Bowman, Tommy fSop'hJ Boyd, Dede fSophj Boyd, Boyd, Boyd Bo d, Y Boyd Douglass fFrJ Evelyn QFrJ John CFD Kathleen fFrJ Nancy CFD Boyd, Sue fSophJ Boyett, Barbara fFrJ Boynton, Linda CSophJ Boynton, Paulette CFU Bozeman, Donna CFU Brabham, Dianne fJrJ Bradford, Sue fJrJ Bradley, Richard fFrJ Brady, Josie fFrJ Bralley, Patricia fJrj A . lS0P Dallas Groves Beaumont Dallas Naples Dallas Imperial Longview Fort Worth Fort Worth McKinney Dallas Dallas Slidell, La. Fort Worth Pampa hl Dallas Big Sandy Dallas Big Sandy Brady Dallas San Antonio Lancaster Dallas Denton Waco Marlin Waco Dallas Dallas Sour Lake Richmond, Va. Irving Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Arlington, Va. Galveston Houston , 13' at Jxwz in MP I 41? K4 S .- ,P fn -:egg -4 41' .sf 1 - g , -4- 1 ' ,f , 15 5 .Txx get 1 - -- A 1- A4 UNDERCLASSMEN: Bin-Bra ', tai ,--'fs fd - -J - ' I r , i1Qa"'f'?-V li Pr! Q 35, 4 f f l . 2 I , .1 , ,, 'f '--N, . . 4 1 lg V"-"'. . ' Q swf -1 1' M 1 in . 43 fe" fl ,fa f 4 544 .2 ,, V L I, ,, Ne' fig, 5, ,, P' . W 'Q' , V y , P -f:1',f af? ' , 1. Z- 'fc 5' V f eye Z ' . I if Q ,Q 1 , 1 ,A , , - lg? K-af '.Aar44r., A UNDERCLASSMEN: Bra-Bro ,nts 4 41 D my , 0 X f """""m ,mai ' ' , ' N 'f M Xffi, , 1 .R ' 5 ' 5,-. ' ' ' I .- . ,V -o fjl' 'i K jx f i, 'B ff Z H ,X , . M., , y ., A ,- -6, I Xt ..,, V, ,x M41 I Qc, Mfr , I V 1 J ,:,:?qV A .., Q , V A t ,H X H, I I , 9 f 2' 7 i " r 4 , V If it 2 'W . 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X ' , Y Q Q W ff' f in El f ' 1 My ff Y-1:4 ff f . 55 V I f f X j x 1 Brandon, Carole QFrJ Branson, Marvin QFrJ Brantley, Barbara QSophJ Brantley,fP1am QFrJ Brantley, Peggy QFD Branton, Sandra QSophD Braun, Ken QFIJ ' Bray, Roy CJrJ Bray, Sharon QSop'hJ Brazil, Rudy QFrJ Brecht, Albert QFIJ Breen, Karen QSophJ Bresler, Michael QFrJ Bresnahan, Karen QSophD Brewer, Curtis QFrJ Brewer, Mary QFrJ Brewton, Julia QFIJ Briden, Andrea QSophJ Bridges, Gary QSophJ Bridges, Thelma QJrJ Briggs, David QSophj Briley, Charles QFrJ Brinegar, Diana QSophD Brinkley, Larry QFrJ Briscoe, Robert QSophJ Brister, Norman QFrJ Britton, Torn QFrJ Broaddus, Brenda QFrJ Brockman, Betty QFrJ Brokaw, Jan QSophJ Brooks, Charlie QFrJ Brooks, Don QFrJ Broks, JimmieSue QJrJ Brooks, Michael QFrJ Brooks, Robert QSophj Brookshear, James QJrJ Brooks, John QFrJ Brothers, Julia QFrJ Broun, Ronda QFD Brown, Anne QFrj - N Dallas Pampa Cuero Fort Worth Garland Pasadena Dallas Garland I . Dallas Dallas Dallas Denton Fort Worth Amarillo Houston Dallas Denton Dallas Conroe Boyd Lampasas Meridian Dallas McGregor Burkburnett Lampasas Houston Littlefield Fort Worth San Antonio Dallas Dallas Dallas Longview Fort Worth Denton Dallas Shamroclk Bowie Sherman Bw Bw' Bw Bro' Bw' Brov Br0V Brov Brov BIO' Bro Brow Brow Brow Brown Brow! Brow! Browr Browr Browr Harry uate s gerfieli found I of helj into T n Stihl l I . 3 F 0,1 GUllr lr. Eh l PUMP Dull? GW Dull: Dali Dalai Dilli- x X Fm Amdlfp Honda' Dil Der' Dal: Cano Ba, Lamps llenl. D J llcfirili' Burlbumi ldlllfg 04 c Lilllzlfq Fort llllj San W' DQ? 2 Forf in i, .im DJ' shff . mtl SM H01 I Brown Brown, Brown Brown B rown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown, Brown, Brown Brown Brown I Brown, Brown Brown Harry uate student from Dain- gerfield, has somehow found himself with the job of helping a coed move into Terrill Hall. 7 a Bruce QSophJ Carol QJrD Carolyn QFrJ Delores QFrJ Donald QFrJ Donna QFrJ Elizabeth QF1-J Gary QFrJ Jackie QJrJ John QJrJ Karen QFrJ Kathy QFrJ Linda QJrJ Margaret Q Sophj Mary QFrJ Longview Denison Bedford Henderson I ruing Marshall Fort Worth Pasadena Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Schertz Denton Fort Worth Fort Worth X y Michael QFrJ Haddonfield Nancy QFrJ Dallas Paul QF1-5 orange Rick QFr3 Dallas Robert Q rj Dallas I- r lf" , ,rm ' :ii -r V -..,i , 7 N A,y I . 1-f -:J I 4-1. . K , f f- 40 I 3 x. JYy'3,xY,ul 2 'kkf '15 xy f " ,AN '33 f Q f 1 Q .,,. i A W McCain, a grad- Brown, Robin fFrJ r Brown, Rubie CFrJ Brown, Sandra CJrJ Brown, Sharon QF? Brown, Sharonne C rj Brown, Viola fFrJ Browning, David CFU Browning, John Url Browning, Leslie CFU Brownlee, Ben CJrD ,' I H " ,, f t , it-,, at ff , f A' 1 , ' ' f s 'W . .f f M , ,Pi ,ft , 4 M-, f ' ,A ff get 'rf , l y gy , f c -ff fi Qt, Q 5 t X 7 , f , , 2 X y f r Z f I, X, f M . , 2 Y UNDERCLASSMEN: Bro- al Bryan, John CSophJ Dallas Bryan, Randy CSophJ Shreveport, La. Bryant, Julie fFrJ Mount Pleasant Bryson, Ben CS'ophj Denton Buccolo, Arnold CFU Toms River Buchan, Lisa CFD Dallas Buchanan, Mary CFU Waxahachie Buchanan, Robert CFU Dallas Buchanan, William CFU Dallas Buckingham, Karen CSophj Fort Worth Buckner, Sharon QFrj Van Alstyne Bulkley, George fSop'hJ Austin Bullard, Janice fJrJ Whitesboro Bullington, Kay CFU Denton Bunker, Philip fFrJ Irving Bunnell, Donald CFU Paradise Burch, John QFD Fort Worth Burch, Sharon CSophJ Fort Worth Burger, Sherry fJrJ Waco Burgess, Raymond CFU Irving Brownlee, Janice CFU Bruce, Sharon CFU Brubaker, Rebecca fJrJ Bruster, Luann CSophJ Brumbaugh, Cheryl QFD Brurniield, Sue fSophj Brundrett, Jack CFU Brunner, Stephen KFIJ Brunson, Beverly fJrJ Bruton, Linda CFU Dallas Fort Worth Mesquite Mesquite Denver, Colo. Lancaster Dallas Corpus Christi Denton Hutchins Dallas Luling M exia Dallas Mineral Wells Texarkana Dallas Hutchins Overton Dallas Q! any ,-. BUYS' Burk gurkl Burk: gurl!! Burkf Burk! Burnt Burnt Burnf BurnS Burni Burnf Burr: Burro Burov Burro' Burw' Burror Burth. Burtor Bussai Butchs Butler Butler Butler. Butts, Byars, Byers, Byler, Byous, Byrd, 1 Byrd, 1? Byrom, Cabeen Cagley 5 Cam, L Cam, P Caldwel Cflldwel Cald QU Caldisvfell Salim sim Hlhoun 630, 11 Mft fllfgr. Lalllfgj 53: D Corpus CM Der Hlllfll .l l Lllllfj lla , D fr rllznerai Texurkmx Dal: Hufrlh Owrlv Dal? 1 n in I '53 at lx I If It fl, I . u Y! 4, 2 Fil: 1. M Dal, l Burgoon, Sharon fFrJ Burk, Caroline fSophj Burkett, Carolyn CFU Burkhardt, Barbara CFU Burkholder, Billy fFr, Burks, John CJrJ Burks, Linda fFrJ Burnett, Beverlynn fFrJ Burnett, Billy CJrD Burnett, Meleta fSophJ Burns, Mary CSophJ Burns, Robert Uri! Bums, Mike csop m Burr, Jim Url Burrow, Cathy CJD Burows, Dan CFU Burrows, Larry CFU Burrows, Pamela lSophJ Burrows, Patricia CSophJ Burth, Robert CFU Burton, Beverly KJrJ Bussard, Susan CFU Butcher, Jean fFrJ Butler, Bill CJrJ Butler, Karen QFD Butler, Malcolm QFrJ Butts, Arnold fSophJ Byars, Gail fFrJ Byers, Richard 1Sophj Byler, Dwayne fSophJ Byous, Gayle CFD Byrd, Henry CSophJ Byrd, Patricia CF? Byrom, Beverly C rj Cabeen, Judi fJrl Cagle, Mary Ann fSophJ Cam, Larry fSophJ Cain, Pam QFD Caldwell, Elaine fSophJ Caldwell, Hannon fSophJ Caldwell, Larry KFIJ Caldwell, Ronnie CFD Calholm Kerry fJrJ Calhoun Leslee CFU Calhoun Ron CFU Dallas Tyler Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Denton Alvarado Houston Fort Worth Orange Houston Chillicothe, Ohio Dixon, Ill. Terrell Dallas Dallas Atlanta San Antonio San Antonio Conroe Midland Dallas Denison Cactus Abilene Fort Worth Rockdale Vernon Denton Lewisville Dallas Dallas Houston Waco Dallas Longview Sherman Austin Fort Worth Dallas Garland Garland Denton Mineral Wells Novi M ich ,ee-fr ' ,Il W-glial, . ea 'S as pQX s ' f w- A Ji 01 . .Qi 09,5 j':r Qi -RJR AAQLA -is '4-sxxi L1 P, Rd '. -f 2 4'25'0l J! f-f ,r 1 . A A gg ,pi N-.N ' .. f.., y wwf A ..'.W'g- fri Life is x QF! .4 ,V A ,,4 ,fx if - si 3 ' ' 76,-si-far A 'JZQX uf lg' 5 :Y it Q z -1 , I I .1 L. 1, bf' Q. :tiff ' .r p l AF' L xx-, i l Java Tl J I - ' Al .' I ' ' , 'Q-Giixffilf 1 f in ' -' v4 ,fs .4 L Saint Jo -W if' - - - Fw s . f Wx C, el, X 1 or QW.-V ' if , f ,ft ff ff W ,yr fr me Q il at ,I if 3 Q E C G .2 1 at 1 jus i f "1' as ar Q , Callahan, Barbara CFD Callarman, Eddie CJD Callaway, Gary CJD Callaway: Terry CFD Calloway, Alleanor CFD ' ,Q , t fxwfjinfiifg .nf ,yfgfr 5 Q9 x " . , ,-,:4.w:,r.:-95.6 UNDERCLASSMEN: Cal-Chi 7, An. . I if-fer , I K ,..- ,N , 6 fs it W 'Z17' C wff V, ,J4 .u-4 Calvin, Danny CFD Cameron, Carol CFD Camp, Joel CJ13 Camp, Sarah' C D Campbell, Bill CJD Campbell, Cathy CFD Campbell, David CFD Campbell, Diane CFD Campbell, Don CSophJ Campbell, Herbert CJD Campbell, Raymond CSophJ Campbell Robert CJD Canafax, ,Margaret CSophJ Cannaday, Gerald CSophJ Cannon, Bryan CSophJ Cannon, James CFD Cansler, Larry CSophJ Cantrell, Judy CFD Cantwell, Allen CSophJ Capers, Robert CSophJ Capps, Lucie CJD Capri, Charles CFD Carradine, Janie CJD Caranas, Carol CFD Caraway, Thomas CFD Carey, Daniel CSophJ Cargill, Dianne CJD Cargill, Willie CFD Carlson, Marjianne CSophJ Carlson, Sherilynn CFD Carlton, Dick CJD Carpenter, Amaya CSophJ Carpenter, Gary CFD Carpenter Merris CFr , 7 Carpenter, Thomas CSophJ Randolph AFB ' Fort Worth Wichita Falls Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Kilgore ' Kilgore Bowie Grand Prairie C Dallas Fort Worth San Antonio Corpus Christi I Baytown Dallas Dallas Iowa Park , Fort Worth Corsicana McKinney Dallas Dallas Coleman Fort Davis Weatherford Dallas Farmersville Fort Worth Moody Eddy Arlington Arlington Big Spring Nederland Fort Worth Lampasas Weatherford I 'x 'f 1 V l l I l v l V l Q l ll C1 ! 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Richardson Dallas Stamford Gainesville Pittsburg Kermit Dallas Richardson Pasadena Richardson Kermit Tulia Dallas Arvada, Colo. Richardson J e fferson Mount Pleasant Dallas I :Wl, it .za 5 , ,er ' ' li S 'fy ws- , 1 ,L s V' Z Mb 0 , . ,, 'Y Q is ,Q , ag , A, wwf ft 5 Wm f 2 X4-...af A , , v A 5 , ' f I f 33 , r Q . 42 gafxfbrttfa-. , , 2 5, N ,V - 'Q f , ,U ,I xv 5 ff-I-'W , , fw- . ww., fx Y f " nn- gels ff? fu, t- 61' 1 og ,s r 'fc f ' s S gif 1,1 .fx mu .1251 is , l L. .ml1 :.:1,l Coffl ' V' Collfv' mir' COP, l Collffl' Coffiel Ooflmi Coflmf Gogh? COZSU Cohen Cohen. Colbef Cole, f Cole. l Cole. l Cole, Q Cole, L Colemz Cole. I Colerna Collard Collier. Collins Collins Collins, Collins Collin. Cflllirs. Collins Collin? C0l0mBl C0lton. Colxille Colweui C0Inbel, C mplO1 Ondfon Cofllee. lllry J CF xlF1-jr, llqfh gophy Dim .rl POTW! 'llloni KSO h ill? 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Fort Worth Dallas McKinney Fort Worth Stamford Dallas Dallas B '3S'anger ri geport Texas City Midlothian Fort Worth Dallas Denton Dallas Carrollton Denton Waco Rosemont, Pa. Dallas Garland Dallas Fort Worth Pampa Carrollton Weatherford Midland Hamlin Throckmorton Dallas I X 3' 5-' 4' . If mlm In 7' 'R ,, "' fvtf , ,, 1, A UNDERCLASSMEN: Chi-Con 'J 3 -0 fi. var , - TS? 1 tl 1' 4'1" ' , H M 45 -ga 3 "' N , -if W -'aff Q- QE" . 17 . Q 'A V 'x- ' .X f 2 ' f if, 1' ' K . f 1 j ' I .- f, xl U' Q Z R ,f-Q5 A x 'KJ' . L, W R 'my fit! We it A 4' Nl ..?:MS' R - - -fhmjq 4 9 I 1 T "'-7 ,ag , 4 A llxil TSA l .ll 2 if J", UNDERCLASSMEN: can-cra 3-'97 Conley, Carol QSophJ Houston Conner, Daryl QFrD Dallas Conlon, Kathy QFrJ Midlothian Conner,fLinda QFril Lufkin Connolly, Jim QSop J Dallas Connor, Linda QFrJ Dallas Conover, Carol QFrJ Dallas Conrad, Beverly QFrJ Fort Worth Contreras, George QFrJ Harlingen Conwell, Ken QSophJ Chesterfield, Mo, Cook, Ann QSophJ Midland Cook, Janles QSophJ Fort Worth Cook, James QJrj Lewisville Cook, Linda QSophJ Hurst Cook, Mary QJrJ Fort Worth Cook, Retha QSophJ Garland Cook, Robert QFrJ Dallas Cooke, Karen QFrj Fort Worth Cookston, Sharon QFrJ Dallas Coon, Bronwyn QSophJ Dallas Coons, Michael QFrJ Abilene Cooper, Gael QFrJ Dallas Cooper, Helen QFrJ Midland Cooper, Mary QFrJ Corsicana Cooper, Michael QJrJ Midland Cooper, Nancy QSophj Bellaire Cooper, Pam QJrJ Victoria Cooper, Shannon QFD Mesquite Cooper, Shirley QFrJ Mesquite Cope, Alvin QFrJ Eldorado Corcoran, John QSophJ Dallas Cork, Charles QFID Dundee, Ill. Cornett, Robert QSophJ Houston Corpier, Betty QJ1-J North Little Rock, Ark. Corser, Coleman QJrD Houston Cortemeglia, Pidd Lee QFrJ Houston Cotton, Bonnie QSophl Mineral Wells Cotten, Sibyl QJrj Denton Couch Blll e Fr Dallas i ' Y. C J Coulter, Wllllam QFrQ Sunnyvale, Calif . M..1l,,,r -............e .V Cfiulw, GOQVQ nl? GOV?" ,,', Cgvlfll ' CUWH li Cowan. CQWHU' Cowgfd Cowart. Cgwling Cox. B9 Cox, J 31 Cox. JW Cox. LW Cog. M2 Cox. N21 Coyle. G Cozb5'- l Craft, JC Craig. Ja Craker. Q Cranflll. Cranfill. COIOH111 new HQQ Hfgmon llfazafllfi ll gllliy, alla, all a la all C liesteryigglngn V 1 Dlldla d Foll llvllh Lewisville F Hara ort LVM Garland D ll, Fort Wlarll Dallaa Dallas Abilene Dallas llldlanl Corslcana Midland Bellaiff Victoria llleslllllf lllasallll Elcl0r0ll0 all ' ll rul Du Haig! nh R0iIkgy5l0D Halwlll ,lla Fra Amnllllbglga l Illlf Ca ,Sunffilm I Coulter, Wylie CFrJ Covanes, John CFrJ Covin, John CSophJ Covington, Wally CFU Cowan, Chris CFrJ Cowan, Donna CFrJ Cowan, Neva CFI! Coward, Daniel CFrJ Coward, Janda CSophJ Coward, Robert CJrl Cowart, Ronald CJrJ Cowling, Bill CFrJ Cox, Berry CJrJ Cox, Janice CFrJ Cox, Joe CSophD Cox, Linda CSophJ Cox, Margaret CJrJ Cox, Nancy CFrJ Coyle, Grady CSophJ Cozby, Richard C Sophj Craft, John CJrJ Craig, Janet CFrJ Craker, George CSophJ Cranfill, Billy CFU Cranill, Sharon CFU Dallas Fort Worth Hurst Grand Prairie McKinney Fort Worth Lubbock Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville Palacios Dallas Amarillo Denton Fort Worth Lake Dallas Denton Borger Irving Richardson Azle Fort Worth Dallas Keller Fort Worth we 1 .59 -.9 , D .. 'X-Fi, 5, .lx 4-HJ 'VUE ff! ,X , ,-if M- "iz a l 7.67 7. -4 , Tl' mark 'ga V N ffl T, I i Colorful displays in the library feature special collections, the library resources Here a library user finds h1S need new acquisitions, or recommend creative methods to use in the card catalogue in Q . za R W . ' 2 1, Q W - . . h 5 I ' f Y' fl ' 'I ..f fi A it 1 'Q --4 Q ,X C. 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Dan QFrl Garland Dane, Robert QFrl Denton LZ? st 4 6 " ir ,rf J f A ,X , ,, we Q f - , 'lui ,tj 1,--mx Cranford, Robert QJrJ San Diego, Calif, Crawford, Carol QFrJ ' Longview Craze, Annette QSophJ Dallas Creme, Mike QJrJ Tyler Crenshaw, Alvin QFrJ Fort Worth Crep, Paul QFrJ Denton Crew, John QSophJ - Brady Crews, James QJrJ Corpus Christi Crissman, Mary QSophJ , Dallas Crittenden, James QSophJ Texarkana Cronkhite, Elizabeth QFrJ Dallas Croom, Eileen QSophJ Corsicana Crouch, Katherine QSophJ Arlington Crutchfield, Mary QSophJ Waco Crowder, Richard QFrJ Fort Worth Crumley, Carol QJrJ Carrollton Crump, Donna QFrj Mount Pleasant Crumpton, Patricia QJrJ Waxahachie Cruz, Lynda QFrJ Dallas Cryan, Charles QFrJ Waco ma, ', sr 'rsl t " f -.-M-ff . v-Q , fix 'Yin-A if . 23 G? ill -. ZA.- t -.3 I ' F l DW' Danlfi zwf"' Danfill Darbl- Darr. ' Daugll Davldfi Davids David5 Davids Davidir Davila. Davisol Davisoi Davis. Davis. Davis. Davis. Davis. Q Daxis. ll Davis. l Daxis. Q Daxis. Q Dans. l Davis. l Davis. J Dasis. J Davis. J Davis, Dain, Daxis. 3 Davig, 5 Daxis, 1 IQ L Dans, jg Dalii. Ni Dads, N Dans. Rj Davign R, Dalls- Rc gms- Rc Dam- Ru 3V15. R Dalis. E Sk w s v V.. F. l- ., , D xii San Diego Cul' 1 ' ls Beverly CSOPhl F Ort W0ffh J 'I J 1 . ' I , W ' Lonall Bgiigls, Richard CJrJ Atlanta R. is ' 2? G 7 A 1- 'H '. "' 'F' T, Dlliiag Dannef, COl'lI11e Fqrt Worth , H ,V AL V 'Q' -of ' Fm Tyla Dansby, Jan-les fFrJ Vinton, La. '12, , 4215: -:' ' Worr, Dansby, Michael CSOPhD Terrell ' v ' E, , Q s ,f-ff' s ig- 'lap , Dent, b , D'ana KFFP Longview .lla il J , , .i s ,, 'Q Coy Bffli Dai-'r?,Jariet Url . Dallas 92 fag , ""' ' 3' . Vx Lyhl PUSCIM Daugherty, Suzanne fJrJ Bridgeport if ,iv is , Lv I ,H ' -4 NPD T Dalia Davidson, Donna fgrlh H0lLSf0H A 'N' Q ' , A if N Q. hi . . .. . , v ' ' W f N fs Wh., Davidson, Glenda f OP l Muensfef G Q Q , 1 V AA XN.,,f I , 4 4 i t ,,' , ' lv- 4 Z Q ' - Q . :i-3132?.55i'i1Efff-,Z-ings. ' ' 4 ,,,. 12 ' ' 4 ,. " .r Cf, ,. 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Davis, James CJD Hillsboro Q 'j Davis, Janis CFU Dimmitt Davis, John CFU Houston 77 , Davis, Kathy fSophJ Dallas 1 Bavis, Ilgieonzird cfgrjhj Dallas ht avis, ars a op B' S ndy , ' J, b Davis, Mary fJrJ lg Dfllllas Ml, ' : 5 . v Davis, Michael fSophJ Irving 11 I Davis, Nancy fFrJ Dallas be V J 'z fy - 'ai ' l 11gaV!S,I1llIa11cyf5l.JCFrJ Shgnifzn , v A , ' 8,V1S, 1113 1' a as Z - K 'O x , .l A Davis, Richard fSOPhl Mesquite f ' D if l Davis, Robert CJrJ Longview I ll l 1 l of R in Davis, Robert fFrJ H t .WM DHVQS, Robert CFU Pitflglfuflg I, Davis, R0b111 fSOPhl Dallas A -I Davis, Renee fFrJ Houston J Q Davis, Shirley fFrJ Ferris f-all 5 l ive Q ' f I I Q- w il? My .,.. nv- ..,-5,111 , ,-645'-" M ,yn I , is , ge ' 2 "cz-'1 A :Jn :.:+.:", i ww 5.2 UNDERCLASSMEN: Dav-Dok M xi- , :. .-gy ' I 1 f M2477 wiv I xy, Davis, Stana QFrJ Dallas Davis, Thomas QFIJ Richardson Davis, Tommy QFD Dallas Davis, Tommy Sophb Gainesville Davison, 'Larry QFrD Graham Davisson, Larry QJrJ Odessa Dawson, Jimmy QSophJ Frisco Day, Betty QJrJ , Tyler Day, Fred QJrj Huntington Sta., N.Y. DeFratus, JoAnn QSophJ Richardson DeLaney, Martha QFrD Tyler DeMouche, Jacquelyn QSophJ Houston Dean, Marcus QSophJ Dallas Deason, Barbara QFrJ Richardson Deaton, SuzAnn QSophj Fort Worth Decker, DeLynn QFIJ Denton Deen, Margaret QFrJ Wills Point Dees, David QFIJ Dallas Delgado, Carmen QSophJ Dallas Demere, Martha QFIJ Abilene Demetri, Edward QJFJ Deming, 'Mary QFIJ Demouche, Suzanne QFr Denman, Clint QFrJ Denison, Joe QSophD Denning, Glenda QFIJ Dennis Carmen QFrJ Dennis, Kathleen QFrJ Dennis, Rick QFrJ Dennis, Scott QFrJ Dennis, Virginia QFID Denny, Carolle QFrJ Dent, Connie QFrJ Densmore, Judy QFrJ Dessonunes, Marie QFrj Deputy, LaBecca QFIJ Derwin, Dennis QFrj Dial, Neta QJ1'J Diaz, Robert QJ1'J Diaz, Tina QFrJ Garland Houston Portland Dallas Dallas Richardson Fort Worth Farmers Branch Clyde Midland Albany Childress Richardson Waco Dallas Austin Lampasas Wake Village Fort Worth Fort Worth D521 DH' Div Dil' Dlf' Did Did Dicl Dicl Digi Dilu Dillff DQPP DIXO Dixo Dixoi Dixox Dodd Dodd Dodd Dodge Dodsc Dodso Doe-be Doka. 7, ,I I. 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M ,exft V., ff f f an xg y 4 f ff ,f ft J 9, e fl.-ew it f zswifv , ' . aW!:l,6,li,,fzfl 'ma Dollison, Jo fFrJ Donaghey, Dennis CFU Donnell, Sarah lFrJ Donoho, Eddie CJrJ Donovan, Don fFrJ Dooley, Thomas fFrJ Dooley, William CFU - Doolin, James fSophJ Doolittle, Jeffrey fSophJ Dorsey, Terry CFD Dossey, Betty fSophJ Doty, Wilbur fSophJ Doucet, Diane fSophJ Doucleff, Mlchael CJD Doughty, Sandra CFD Douglas, Doris fSophJ Douglas, Linda CFU Douglass, Beverly lSophJ Douthit, Sarah tFrj Dowd, Ronald fSophJ Downes, Michael QFID Downes, William fSophD Drake, Diane CFU Drake, Jill fJrJ Drake, Patricia CFIJ Seagouille Indianapolis, Ind. Terrell Carrollton Dallas Rockwall Dallas Farmers Branch Fort Worth ' Bowie Groesbeck Wichita Falls Grand Prairie Alton, Ill. Waco Texarkana Mineral Wells Dallas Seagoville McKinney Dallas Quincy, Mass. Gatesv ille Dallas Dallas ff ff ff f ff f Hun' HUM Hull' DUN' Duffle Dufllf Duhlf Dunli Dunk' Durfl Durhb Durlw Dui-in: Duflfll Duvall Dyer, E Dyer. S Eades. Eades. 1 Eads. L Eaglesio Eaker. E Eakin. C Early. E Earp. Gg Easley. 1 HST ll IQ 9 - Dc Edeii. R3 Edga' R Edisoiq, 3 Eigfbnds. llfldsc Edmonds, Efllnon - B Edmunds, Edflng-ton Edwards dlval-ds? E F rl Ihdiqnqsgffogigli Teil Cfllromgn Dani, Div is F Rolll 2' 0 Nphl wmffs Brunei -x Ufiwmlh Bmw vphx Q 4 glaoesgigi Ou 0 I Hifi Gfdnd Pruini pm Ah0H,lIl, ' Warn Sophw Te k 'FFL llinerlilullliii fb 30Dhl Dallas ' T' Seagovillc X .1 McKinnfy - ,Ffa M.s.1,Dr, Qviwlilf ', , A Gatesnl Dali Dalia -6 5 I ' f 'e, H ' f 'Q e I f 'i Duncan, Mary fS0P1'1l Dungan, Judy fFfl Dunigan, Betty fS0Phl Dunham, Roger fS0D1'1l Dunlap, Cynthla CFU Dunlap, Jane fS0Dhl Dunlap, Margaret CFD Dunlap, Ralph fFrD Dunston, Michael fF1'l Durgin, Joyce CFI? Durham, Mary CFU Durham, Roger fJrJ Durington, Tommy CJD Dutton, William CJrJ Duvall, Patricia fSophj Dyer, Barbara fSophJ Dyer, Stephen CFU Eades, Benny fSophJ Eades, Carolyn CSophJ Eads, Lynn CSophD Eagleston, Mike QJIJ Eaker, Barbara CFU Eakin, Charles fJrJ Early, Rebecca fFrJ Earp, Gary CSophD Easley, Lynn fSophJ Easterling, Alan CFU Ebsen, Stephen QFD Eden, Donald fSophJ Eden, Rae CFU Edgar, Robert CFrJ Edison, Merl fFrJ Edmonds, Edwena QJID Edmimdson, Clint CJrJ Edmondson, William fFrJ Edm0I1, Brenda QFD Edngundson, Sharon CJrJ Edrlngton, B tt CJ Edwards, Chgsgiiie Clzprj Edwards, Elizabeth CFU Lewisville McKinney Dallas Denton Dallas V Dallas Fulton, Mo. Ambridge, Pa. Bowman, S.C. Canton Fort Worth Chicago, Ill. Alvarado Springtown Midlothian Houston Argyle Rotan Denton Bellaire Abilene Little Rock, Ark. Waco Prosper Fort Worth Weatherford Dallas Lewisville Breckenridge Washington, D.C. Richardson Houston Ranger Houston Dallas Fort Worth Hamilton Dallas Houston Denton ff? 1 Z J-rx. X .Al 1 -'5 4 4 91 i ts 5, ' s. fn ' 4 r -Q f i f y N 4 J 31 F' rf 'is' 4-Q i '32 "aiu ' 1-4' T Q and Q aa f.1 '17 K 1, "sf ' fb fi 'rx I is V ? .J- A li ,..i., , ..,l Q A UNDERCLASSMEN: Dol Edw ' 'fl f L3 g, X , hr 2 I ,Q as fs me, 4 0 .. ix, K 'v Q ,1'5,: ,3-? 'N' 3 fr f 'X ff ffm 'ia wk '- Hou" W-.9 .v ,R li w 4- ' , P, ' 7, 5 , tw , 3 ,i,,. .V , .fl 91' r 0 'fu f .,.. -if 'I' sg, 1 ,, l ,A S f , X . X rv N ', is , ' , . 1 x A X Xidsii f li ik ff UNDERCLASSMEN: Edw-Far Z' it 2 W' 'M ,.1:f'9'e! - 2 '92 I an xref X Edwards, Jack QF? Dallas Edwards, Jerald Q rj Dallas Edwards, Kenneth QSophJ Smton Edwards, 'Melody QSophJ Sweeny Edwards, Michael QFrj Dallas Edwards, Patricia QFrJ Dallas Edwards, Ruby QFrJ Dallas Edwards, Ward QFrJ Dallas Ehrle, Michael QSophJ Chzldress Eidson, Jean QFrJ Eastland Ekholm, Kay QSophJ Houston Elder, Sandra QFrJ Arlzngton Elder, Tim QFIJ Denton Elkins, Darrell QSophJ San Antonzo Elkins, Margaret QSophJ Fort Worth Elliott, Sharon QSophJ Fort Worth Elliott, Steve QFIJ Grand Prairze Ellis, Franell QFID Fort Worth Ellis, Garry QJrl Denton Ellis, Jeana QJrJ Denlson Ellis, John QFD ' ' Denton Ellis, Tommy QSophl Whitesboro Elshire, David QF1-J Oklahoma City, Okla. Eltrich, Gary QFIJ Dallas Emery, Bill QFrJ Fort Worth Emmett, Joe QFrJ Dallas Emmons, Jerry QJrJ Denton Endicott, Betty QJrJ Dallas Endrizzi, Michael QFrD Dallas Engle, Byron QSophD Midland Engel, Joan QSophJ Fort Worth Engler, Duncan QFIJ Dallas Enochs, Patricia QJrJ Eldorado Epler, Bonnie QFIJ Reading, Pa. Epstein, Ellen QFrJ Richardson Erickson, Alyce QF rj Farmers Branch Erwin, Catherine QFrJ Lampasas Erwin, Larry QFrJ Pleasanton Erving, Gila QFD San Antonio Escue, Richard QSophJ Denton ft i Dunn Nom, T gmU"' EW' in wr" Ezhfldi Eyjlliillj Evans, Evamv Evans. Everlf' Even 9 e Eward. Q Fabianllf Fagil- B EVefLS'Jf. Ev f ll F ,St FSE. Mg Fairclo. 1 Fairfield.. Fajkus. Palmer. :x Farming. Farina. D Faris. Pe: Farquher 'S 'Q was s .lm , geakl Dhn ' Uhn n . nlnuh . in SSIMDH uffgm Dall I Uulln Dnlln Della Child as Enntliiin Hnusr , Arlinglii S Dentnn GH Antonin xml F ont Wont Fort Wnnl Grand Prairie Fort Wonl Dann: Denman Danni Whiresnfi Oklahoma City, Fort Will Dil' DU 1 Multi Fort Wi 1- nfl l fnfn'Q',ii2 nn n S4171 D511 n S uivel, Alfonso fJrD Esl-ales, Sandra CJrJ Etheredge, Mary fFfl Ethridge, Mack Url Eubanks, Nelse fsophl Evans, Edward iF1'l Evans, Karen fsophl Evans, Larry fFfl Everly, David fsophl Evers, Ira Url Evertson, Emily CFU Everett, Pamela fFrJ Eward, Martha urn Ft. Fabianke, Lloyd CJrJ Fagg, Barry 13019115 Fagg, Sharon CSophJ Fails, Marcelle CSophJ Fairclo, Bobbie CJIJ Fairfield, Jennie fFrJ Fajkus, James fSophJ Falter, Sherry CSophJ Fanning, Jerry fJrJ Farina, Danny tFrJ Faris, Penny CFU Farquhar, Linda tFrJ Laredo Corpus Christi Garland Weatherford M CK inney Terre Haute, Ind. McKinney Childress Dallas Arlington Houston Dallas Lauderdale, Fla. Rosebud Richardson Richardson Dallas Fort Worth Pasadena Abbott Fort Worth Irving Irving Denton Nocona 428' . 5' M, A , lsr y n 'C' ,,,.- I I 5-S. I , FQ 'J 'P Q' 9 N Q , wx ' .fr .. , , ,-' -4.1 7, i , , .J A 'gan AQ .,ff,M - N., 'n' , ,. 1 1 n l I 'mthunwi ,hx V V ,'-- X -.... --arf 1-.4 ,,f, .4 ,A ,, gas? , 1 i Q , if f hits, 1 .1 I-'S : ', ,Q --is - --A ..,, 3 n 5 ' -1-Q , X 1' If lk -' X" if f' -1 'PY nik ' , Q WM 'L' I 5' V ,fiff 1: X '-:. 141 r, .3 x gb! 151. . F- ,1 1 N. W f E l 1 l -ff' Win During each halftime show at football games the by forming the NTS insignia. The band performed North Texas Marching Band closes its performances at each home game this year except the opener. 4 7 2 . X. ua.. X W . K -v r+.2:Cxf. A K 1 A 1 , lr "', N Q R el!! , it 'AIP ,vm ' S iss, W ri 1. , M 07 lifq: L' 1 Ferrill, Warren KFIJ Few, Martha KFIJ Fialhoj Dorothy CFU Fickey, Linda fJrD Field, Linda CFU Field, Ritchie fSophD Fielden, Gayle QFIJ Fielding, Connie fJrJ Fields, David CJrJ Finch, Daniel CFD Fincher, Jim fFrD Fine, Beryl QFD Finklea, Charles QFIJ Finley, Nancy CFD Finnegan, Frances fSophD Finsley, Suzi CJrJ Fiscus, Jaymie QFrJ Fischer, Donald fJrJ Fischer, Frederick tFrJ Fisher, Jess CFD 408 4. ,Q- if ki? tx, ns 'V ft 17' 4' f UNDERCLASSM Denton Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Plano Conroe Dallas San Antonio Dallas Garland Denton Cody, Wyo. Garland Dallas Dallas Richardson Dallas Rosenberg LaMarque ' Houston ' ,WNW F 0 - ,Q X X? f s . ,,,v 3, K 4, f 'I wi , qv? X ,, , ig Z . my , i 3, .- W, ,N fl , fe A 3 ,,,, in wr X 3 G ,, . ,,V., , , ar, , ' 4, X ,sms . EN f my "" V ' if f,e, J ' V iii 5 m e e"""::T?Qm on 4 V Farrell, Phyllis CFU Farris, Linda fSophJ Fort Worth Fort Worth Farris, James CFU Mercedes Faught, 'Bobby fFrj Fort Worth Faulk, Phyllis fSophJ Hurst Faulkner, Barbara QFD, Fort Worth Faulkner, Ginger CFU Waco Faulkner, Linda fSophJ Nocona Faulkner, Michael fFrJ Irving Favela, Leah fFrj Houston Fancett, Linda QJID Fort Worth Fay, John CFU Richardson Felix, Jeanette fFrJ Perryton Felker, James tSophj Fort Worth Felty, Geneva CSophJ San Antonio Fenack, Donna CFU Brownsville Ferguson, Carol fSophJ McKinney Ferguson, Mary Sue fJrJ Dallas Ferrara, Bernedette CSophD Hearne Ferrill, Lorraine CFrJ , Aledo 3 . i Fa r- Fos x i "T rsxf -, SAM it . N., ,,, rf fvff r,.f Q ,. , i"' lf" Fr' W Fill' ,w K L lt,- nw firfff' 'NM f,,,,. ph, , yr.- fri ffl E315 Ep: D521 F:-ze f lo: in For-i E iii J lfri , Ai. if-Z if .uk larsl i 076515- Fikp-l NIL F0325- Fowl POW PM Why? -s 1'.. P' rff ,ez M. N lr- : P02224 PM f9l'11 l" 0 F FOV! Worth rs rt WOIU1 ,. F limb Ort Worm HUTQ1 Whl I 3 llfrh .lm v- Forzi will ffl lllin Hemi 'fl For! W fl :J Rliblwriiol ?fQFf,1', Foffllllll - A San Antonio li-,ri K B70 r P09111 llclllninel , if tlfl Dall -'--5 450Dhl Heame 'A Fr' All S 14 9 L -Su A Fisher, Pat fFrJ Daingerfield Fisher, Sally Url Grand Saline Fisher, Wallace CJrJ Grand Saline Fitzgerald, Alicia CSophJ Canton Fitzgerald, Charles CSophJ Dallas Fitzpatrick, Mary CFU Fort Worth Flanigan, Patrick fFrJ Dallas Fleeson, Patty CSophJ Garland Fleet, P-amela fSophj Hurst Fleischer, Patty fFrJ Fort Worth Fleming, Donna CFU Dallas Fleming, Joseph fSophJ Irving Flemister, Jim fSophD Dallas Fletcher, Dick CFrJ Hurst Fletcher, Nancy CSophJ Dallas Fletcher, Patrick CFIJ Grand Prairie Fletcher, Suzzette CScg3hJ Denton Fleury, Peter fSophJ untington Sta, N.Y. Flinn, Janice CFrJ Lubbock Flinn, William CSophD Grand Prairie Flocker, Cathy fFrJ Dallas Flowers, Marilyn CSophj Wills Point Floyd, Cathy CFU Gatesuille Floyd, Elizabeth fSophJ Arlington Fluhman, Otto CJrl Vernon Flusche, Linda Url Saint Jo Flynn, Terry fFrl Waco Folsom, Thomas fFrJ Roanoke Foos, James fFrD Richardson Ford, Cheryl fFrJ Arlington Ford, Elizabeth CFD Dallas Ford, John CJrJ Wellington Ford, Nancy QFD Hamlin Ford, Randle fFrJ Midlothian Ford, Scott CFrJ Denton Foreman, Terry CFU Fort Worth Foresman, Virginia KFrJ San Antonio Forester, David fFrJ Dallas Foreman, Judith fSophD Arlington Formby, Bill fJrJ Corsicamz F0fSythe, Dolores QFrJ Hurst Forsythe, Linda QFD Dallas Fortenberry, Ann CFU Fort Worth Fortune, Bill CJrJ Abilene Foshee, Robert qsophy Dallas J' '-wt' 1.3 4 ' Qi 'Q 'G-" Q , 1 f 4, 8 Q ,-f I N if :l':'r!,l'fI 5' 2 4,19 ,'2'2, M, lim W R I 9 -A ir' Ain W? fr ,QA . lsr. -1297 A 'Y' at :K f,7,c ,'v, A 15,5-f' is i A 1 ' A Q1 i 'pa dk ' 9 fl? r " 55, 4 - M 1 'Q I J i is ' 5' -4 - -Q .ll -A , , s is - f ,... t I l wh: ' ,r , , , ,, will trr Al 1 A L A,.b4.L ... cr., ld as -sg 'W """'p ' . I-Q., A7 1-7 1 -in 'I' 4 au.au4:se.+.4.a.,.....e...w.w-W-g,..-em ff , f.-.A....... , ....-a...Q.. .ervf-'af-nfaa-44-ew-Mfflf,p,.4,:,' 1, - W W, .x::-:.anv,:,,::...ms-X- .,.,. W W, . sv T 'J cg? C: 1.42. A . 2 . '11 f . ., 'ff ,.-, P .2 -I ,-4 "Y -1 'T Foster. Foster, Foster. Foster. Foster. Foster. Foster. Charles fFrJ Gay lSophJ Gayle CSophJ John CFU David lSophJ Loren lFrJ Sherry QFrl Fowler. Nzmcttv QFrl PDX. L00 QFl"l l-' mim. Fmlvy. I' rnmv. I" rauwv. Diana Qlfrl x A - lxrlllv Ql'I'l Donnie tflrl Kun-n lI7rl l'l'llllL'l5. I-'rod ll-'rl l"r:mrir4. Mary .lu lSnphll-'al l'.I'ill!k'l?-. Susan llfrl lfrnnk. hun- ll- rl l"rnlau. llnrry ll-'rl l"rnnl-alin, Jimmy l-lrl llm R lnuu llrt lfrun 4 A I L U N DERCLASSMEN: F05-Gar lf fi 1 V n 9 11 nl . 1. ,.. I Fflllllls, .luv l fl l' mln-r. l.m1lu ll' rl l' l'1'fl1'rlc'li, -lllf I . ' TPVIUI ,rl OJ , 'rr-fin-rwkwrm. 'Ilmy' ln, llvlw llfrl llth llry hlrl 51.1 l'rm-mam, fN'lnrv ll'-fl 'rw-rnnn, Ulla ll'rD ll rn rf 'rf-1'm:m, Rnlu-rt " ' fl'I"sl', Sumn llfrl ' 'rf-nvlm. 'IU-fl ll'-fl , K 3 l'-l'lf'flY11illl. lil-vc-rl: flnfl 3 6 9 l ' A 4 f l-'rm Slam 15141111 1-.43 4 ,Q -J x x U 3 lfrw-1, llnrlmm I-lrl 1 ' J gill ' B' l"r7-'. Ilnlaln' llfrv '-'U A Y Y l"r'-'. lnrmln llfri I, nr N -4' -0 " "1 Ii Q Q A L 4 410 f Y 4 ., N -1 .ff ng: llifilllu, N5l1l1"-' flfrp ull ur, lwf-nnrrl hlry ullvr l"r:mr-f-llr' f-lrl ullvr lwf- lSnpl1l ullfr. llvlfififllfff hlrr F ort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Corsicana 1 ruing Dallas Dallas Dvvrficld. Ill. Den Ion Garland A Ilan Ia Dallas lrz-ing ls f'lzurrlz. Va, San .-lnlonio l"or! ll'or!lz Dallas ll'if'lxi!a Falls . llvnlnn lint:-:-1'1'llr Wrl'll1'!1r I-'alll Sun Anlrmm 'f'!f'mlr11r'g, lflu, llnllm l.xruIulw llullru- llullm. llnlllm llumgrrfirlll llnllm- Sl, Lfnlm, ,VH Fur! lxrflflil llrmrnu 'owl' llnllrlv- H:-nu rnfmf lxflm Ifnrl lvnfl ll lin ful Vnrl W'nrlll M-muuuvnmnslpggavw 1, -- 1 V , .. . . ' - - '- ' .e-1' , Y, . ,, . .. V . .f .. ,, - Y, e . 353-Jer: r f Qliilbr rwwkf L1 Fvflowbil Fu ff, l ' frhy l Rlltchflz P pnltz, G' l Gf'bb9rt'1 I Gabflelr l i Gafford, ' Gage, Elf Gaidosgky Gnlbralthf Galitz, Kl Gallaughe Galloway , Galloway, Galt, Dllf Gann, Lin Garcia, Da Garcia, Ja Gardner, . Garfield, J Alter man ing and practices, t members g Showoff tk been perfe F . Fill Di lnf. llgl. -i r Deeflfiiflf Dill Glilr' Allr. lllg Phi Falls Churllllf Sami- FOH llir llf. Wichita l 1' lla: Gall Wichita San lig ii l ll D. . 1 Dall? f Q- ,r i . ' qi LW all l ji f f '. gl f lld it I Clllgkh 'QPlerslH11if sz f 55 ri" ll' V, ff F i Bti 1,1 ri . Ci i.. Fuller, Robin fFrj Houston Funderburgh, Helen CFrJ Fort Worth Funk, Linda fFrj Rockvtlle, Md. Furlow, Jana CFU O'Donnell Furr, Diana CJrJ Dallas Furrh, Joan fS0l9hl Dallas Futch, Thomas CFU lrutng Fultz, Gary CSophJ Mzdland Gabbert, Merrikay, CFU Mart Gabriel, Gayle CFrJ Sherman Gaffen, Arlene CSophJ Dallas Gafford, Sondra fJrJ Denton Gage, Elaine fSophJ Fort Smith, Ark. Gaidosik, Sylvia CFD Hamshire Galbraith, Mary Url Ennis Galitz, Keith fJrJ Dallas Gallaugher, Sandra CFD Dallas Galloway, Marsha CFrJ Dallas Galloway, Rannette CSophJ Mansfield Galt, Duffy CFU Dallas Gann, Linda fFrJ Irving Garcia, Dan fJrJ Las Cruces, N.M. Garcia, Janice fSophJ Houston Gardner, Jerry CFD Dallas Garfield, Jacquelyn CSophJ Dallas After many early morn- ing and late afternoon practices, the Angel Flight members get a chance to show off the drills they've been perfecting. SU' x 'Civ "z:.... ' or 8. QF' 1 '4.,,!'.v of X! ...- i W5 '2-Z1 L .,,. -f -4 . A 1 Q wt v HF.. l' A el ' All f llc" Xiu L K j ", :I nl- Jig, , A . A vi f i I- .2 l . 1 El .J-1' - l A I 'Ti' I, xi 5, 4 X a... M 'if K' Nl., fr Q an ,pin l-in l' 'l f- 1 pl .. 2 f-Hn. fi, gr-Ill ll.,,,, lin! l"1:f flllffr fl gf... 1-152 11, .G HJ l fin" 1 ,...- ,X 5 z 35' . I I S N r ., f . '- 1 sh s g Garlington. Donia CJTJ Garner. Johnny QFrJ Garrett. Arcina lSophl Garrett. ,John lJrl Garn'-tson. Don Gnrris. Cindy LFrl Gartman. Dee lSophl - Garvin. Margaret lSophl Gaston. Slmmn lFrl Gaston. Thomas ldrl Catlin. Donna llfrl Guttogno. Stcplmnio lSophl Gnuntl. Stove lFrl Gay. Gregory llfrl Colm-rl, Mary ll-'rl th-wr. Barham ldrl COLT. L01' llfrl Col-r. Sherry' lFrl Gr-lun. Kny lflrl , . , . . CH-lrinu-ll-r. lnldn ll'rl lil-ntxlv. Jonnm- ll-'rl f2l'l1il'4, Mmxrinl- llfrl fu-nina-r, Valli lfinlphl Ch-nlry, Iifllllllllfl l "rl fl.-ntrx: Shl-rrx' llfrl X -AX "' - -'U .h GAL Y Lia' Orange F armersuille Crowell Longview Graham B ' SHurst xg rmg lgbaollos Houston Warn Fort Worth Haro Rvv. PR. Fort. Worth .4216 Juslin Fort Worlh Dallas .'lIrIx'irzm',N' 17111108 Iioriomi Hallo.-.' Wooo Dollar A 1l'orr1' I 711, lm V Q3 V Gillia Gilha Gillul Gilmf Gilrnf Gilml Ginth Gish Gish Glaze Glenl Glick Glove Gobel Godd Goedl Gocrl Goldl Gold: Goldl Gonz Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Gflodl Goodl Qorm c10rdl Gfirdl Gflfdm tjfjre, Gorm Com, Gortr Oman ilk' wr rl i l U iS 0, i,-W' M555 Gil, ' llirj ' l50phl fa X N' . H.,- Jfllilphl Bill mag 'JN H0551 W L1 ll-NU ephanie lsophl H Follllolz ffn WMM T" lFI'5 Folllllg-fi T' ll-'rl Ill 'lib ?,1Jn Fortllw Q i Dil 'ln an Jill' U-ii L13 'FU Guild me :FH M3 gnneillirl llm ltr: fbophl Dale 51:15 Ilirl Ali :rn lFrJ D15 Q l ' . 23 15 I f Q 4 . 4 7' if ' ,W 1 J ,b ii 1 ,Q A Gilliam, Harold fsophl Gilliam, W1r1St0I1 QSOPIU Gillum, Don QSODTU Gilman, Lmda QFrJ Gilmore, Carolyn QFFP Gilmore, Susan QFFP Ginther, Marilyn QSOPTU Gist, Brenda QSOphJ Gist, Doris QFrJ Glazener, Jerry QJrJ Glenn, Fred QSophD Glick, Caryl Anne QFrJ Glover, Jane QFrJ Gober, George QFrJ Goddard, Richard QSophJ Goedecke, Tina QF rj Goerdel, Donna QFrJ Goldberg, Ronna QFrJ Golden, Mike QSophJ Goldesherry, John QFrD Gonzalez, Margarita QSophJ Gooch, Karen QFrJ Good, Donna QJrJ Good, James QFrJ Mountain Goodbar, Nancy QFrj Goode, James QFrD Gooden, Piatrick QFrD Goodfleisch, Jon QFrJ Goodman, Lenelle QFrJ Goodman, Richard QJrJ Goodson, Ludwika QFrJ Goodson, Robert QFrJ Gorczyca, Frederick QF1-J Gordon, Lynda QFIJ Gordon, Marilyn QFrJ Gordon, sandra my Gore, Carole um gofmalb Sammy QSOphJ ornowlcz, Virgil QJrJ Gormley, Duane QFrJ Godley Cleburne Sanger Richardson Jacksboro Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Burnet Denton Dallas Childress Lewisville Hurst Hurst Waco Dallas Arlington Tulsa, Okla. Dallas Hurst Woodson Home, Idaho Dallas Pennsville Sherman San Antonio Dallas Maud, Okla. Houston Mansfield Fort Worth Dallas Abilene Dallas Fort Worth Ennis Angleton Fort Worth ff' ,Q . Y Q? mil ?g' H-in A " A W ' -f ' ,. A sl X f '7' 5312, I.: .Kg"', ' UNDERCLASSMEN: Gar-Gor , . 1155-91' 'S .I 4'-' , "' ff -445 C Q 1 5 vs Q D 13 T' J .. 'Q ,,. ' V 'N xl"G 'X ll0l'ffi,2 Av 'l in ' L' .I w, E , J? 'Ffa '??- F516 "p Q I 1, -112- ' 45 3 F 'I' f Q39 i di Aisha ...x .. Q ps if-3:-f Q' 4 121111115 Groth Donald fFf9 1 ci dj Grace. Richard fSophl Graham. John CFU Graham. John Url Graham. Mary Url Graham Mary M. Url Graham, Samantha QJrl Graham, Suzanne QFD Grancioy. Mike LSoph'l Gmnt. Carol lSophl Gray. Evelyn QFrl 0' 4:-Q Grm-cs, XN'illinm LSophl Q Cray, Linda kFrl -0 ." Gray. Lincln lSophl 3 Gray. Timotlmy' lFrl 11? Grnzif-r, Sandy ll7rl 9 K Grvntlimlsv. Linda flfrl Groom. Frm-cl Q-lrl Gn-on. .lvunnv Klfrl Groom. -lr-fl' iSophl Groom. .lmly lvlrl x "TN T' AX 445 -51 UNDERCLASSMEN: Gra-Gun firm-n. Gr--on , .a . - ..... firm-n, V :rr-un, Hn-1-n. L , ' ' 'Z 1 TM pl Kan-li lHupl1l '-il 1-lrl :t lSupl1l Izilllflilll llfrl RHXP1- l.ll'l C 1 Urn-vu. llu-aan-ll flfrl Q 3 A 7' 9 1 lg firm-n, R4-nn ll-'rl ffrm-nv. Mary I-lrl ,."' , -f-- - Grew-nflf-lcl, Sum 1-lrl ' . 5 '74 fire-wilualyzlm, Vurril I-lr! L flrvvlllc-:ll. Ilfllljf flfrl , ' I? 3 fin-1-nlc-1-, N:n1rj.' 1SoplU fir'-vr, llqurlmrn flfrl gp--1 . ' fn:-almm f'-fill'-vn flfrl 4 , , fb ffrxl-lwlf-, I lv-nnlfl hlro Q 3 firzlwlwlf' -lzunm fgfrllhl ffrzfhtlw. Vhc-rw' flfrv ffrxfhn. Ilnlffrf-Q 13011111 firifhn IJVIH flfrv f,rz!'l3r1 Kvnnf-flu iSnph9 Dallas Lewisville Houston W'eIIington F ort lVorth Knox City Houston Denton Longvicu- Stamford , . Gropcrzm- Irving San Antonio Dvnion Bvlloirv Dallas Grvvn rillv Ilirhardson liralmm .'N'0l'l7Il1ll, Oirla Sm ilhnvld' Ifivlxrzrd.-son For! ll'm'!l: Sll':'4'fIl'Hf1'I Swim-lu mfr firm-rzrillr 7'd',1'!Ili Vlfy For! lVnr!lx .Vmvrnl Wfllr- Ifrmrlulph AI-'Il flllfhlifl lfnrl lVnr!11 Fur! lvnrlh l'Innv Urlllzu Urzllfu I'-nfl W'or'!I1 Vrm A I,s!j'l1f Crrlprrlhf 1 i l l v i l l l . LW 4Frl Gf!i5'1'LHffY J Gflffij Lwdgaqgop nfii rt grim Ma S f S01 Grifii :z W fFrl -ruth, Guy F J SSM. 1353.5 iff G,idittS,J. cpl-J iiiiiS'Aiii1h0HY ffffl . J l Gmuifflaalgieiclien ' Grim In ,Pat isophi Gllfsom' Sheila fF1'i iiiffielii Michael U bbg, Shirley C5011 gxbe, Richard CFrl Gmmbles, Karol C501 Guffey, Carol fF1'l Guley, Ward lFrJ Gulley, Pat fFrl Gulutzo, Frances fSo1 Gump, Linda fFrl Gunn, Bruce Url A ty . dentsplcal Scene Al-L gotot he iwhw f l il. f Pri .lr rjgl Lalflt Griflin, Lana CSOphl Fort Worth N1 H,f"" Griffin, Larry fFfl Sherman ' lJTl Wellill' Griffin, Lynda CFI? Waco FGM'-'Z' Grifiirl, Martha fS0Phl Denton . 4' 0 Griffin, Thomas fsophl Plano 5:7 -Q Tha LJ1-l . HELP ll K W frm., , ,'5Oplii Griffith, GUY fFI'l Fort Worth W FDM Dliji' Griffith, SUSSH fF1'i Fort Worth ,X AP ffl lonlli' Grifhtts, Garland Url Fort Worth no gs , 5: 9 glial- Griggs, Jim fF1'l Warren, Ark. --Jr N, 7 ,I all" Grillo, Anthony um Dams -up .N ,ga - 1 D 2 isophl G H Y Wh Wifi: Grimes, Glen cm El pm, , . , "lj San 'mu Grnniand, Gretchen cm Dallas ,. A I A ri! 'gill Grissom, Pat, CS0phD Garland ' ll ' " -" -74' . .J rw V' BW? Grissom, Shella CFU Lewisville -21, f - , Z.. L, f-fi Grossfeld, Michael CFU Dallas l - -r- ' rr' 1 r L Q13 il-'rl ,, V Dil Groth, Donald um Dallas FN GDM Grubbs, Shirley CSophD Dallas M , I' ,ffflfs Grube, Richard fFrJ Dallas 3' Rlcilaicsg' Grumbles, Karol fSophJ Celina 2 4 Greig- GufTey, Carol fFrJ Fort Worth .4 " 'l 5, W5 ' i A a f f x 335253 lriiliffllflrl WDZMS ni r 1' e ster F 53' 3Elh1ff01513?ieErfSOph' For 2112322 ae, . Q " Gunn, Bruce CJrJ Atlanta SQ Qhl Nofmilnil j ' Smitill ,Q , Richiwl' J Fri Fm ll" G' Jr, Sweewff' , Sweerudj r-,ffl Grills fi Twlwfi, 'iff Fon -3 if , ri liinflll mi olpitf ,J FU Y fiop For "- ' A A Fm Fvffllf W iff? ' S 1 nlrl l lei , 1 W an villa will A typical . . . . . Scene on election da 1S one such as this, Stu- of the U.B. and the foyer of the hbrary, to cast their bal- Y dents go to the polls, which are located on the second floor lots in hopes of helping to elect their favorite candidate. 4 ' -.Avaya-Lv,...,...,.,.f. QM. -,....- . - iq. 2 A ' it N-fd J-N i ,n ,,. T -3 f,.,.....n,.M..,..,l..,M.wu,w..h.,..m..a.4.....1-v.a-..--.-n.e-..-.-...of-...L-.:....wf, .e.,,..,,,1,,, Gunn, Michael CFrJ 4 Gunstream. Jackie lFrJ Gunter. Christi CFU f Gunter. Laura lJrJ Gureclfzy. George lSophJ f ' u ' . 'A l six " - A I Guthrie. Sandra lFrD F , Gutierrez. Sylvia lFr1 .7 Guy. Judy lFrj ' Q ' Guynes, Tommv LFri .4 Haas. Linda lSophi K, ' - .1 la. ff .x I- 1 D fx QL Q1 s ,E ua' I - .Q 4 n J it n ,A , J W 4 r :L ? 1 if 4' 2 1 7 Lu N . L Habcrrottlc. Paula lFri Harlan. Jim lJri Hanlon. Marilyn lFrJ Haprlwrg, Linda lSophi Hxigorniaii. Marsha fJri Hagnmn. Rolwrl lJrJ i'i1lilli05'. D011 lflri Hair, Alan 151111111 Hair. Nlarlyn lSnphi Hair. P41111 lifrl . 1 UNDERCLASSMEN: un-Har H.1i.f'r1 'lili--rv--v iiifplii llllllflx ll.1l!-r 1-11 Z. X'-'illmiii Iirl llullns iinlf' Il:-1. 1S11i'iiv ib.lf:ll Half- -l.:-'L 4-lr' llffzfiw-111: linlf- .luiliv vlirf fllllllffl Univ. H'-H iii' 51:11 Suhr: Hal'-, 'ikni liir' lf:.m1!I. ilnlvu X'-'.1'.z1v 'Yr' llrllllik H.1H1w:u1'. X1.1r'. liuili fir- llwpfor: fini! xii!! li-fl llf':!f HBH I5f'Q'll' llijzffgi Hail f'l1,1:i--1 1l'r' HI: Hall. Vlrnflwitf 15111151 fI.g.',7 Hnli lL1:1:1 Kim -iirf Ir: pg,- liflii i-.1372 'iii' v"1 ll'4g':1'l iinfi '-ian it 151 fini? i'.11:: .1 S -pie Sir'-1 Nail Vftfizafft 14 -1121. jPfS.,f, Hallmark '-fart?-.1 "EQ I :Nag-14-1 iiniiza-1:1 52.111131 1.17 fi,-" A16 . 1 .0 3 K FL ,1 Q Cl.. 'O if f Plano I ruing G Fort Worth' i Daingerfield Ennis Paris Dallas Waco Richardson Dallas For! Worth F orl Worth Dallas Sherman Pasadena Odvssu Houslon Odvssa .-Arn-sin. N..'lI. Ollon lv P fn A .299 JS' 4 u 14 -, 1 ..,.M.,,.,r,,,,..,:, l H Hi H H H H H. H H H. IZIJZI1' JISC 555555 lllkl ri 1 44 Pg, F' ri, lr, nm, I . 5, ff, ll, li DQ lllelwi. lf I. l For! lv.. H ini Foffllyf D, si,,, Pam, Ole lllif 01 .L .F D, , ' x ,., ' 1 X vi " 3 'l J. K 1 X we i 'v , El 26 l Q' fi, il XJ l r .11 li- .J- Oli Artesia, 735555, LP: ,rf L R ,ab RQ? rc vw lk' F ' I-qt all Lf' li: if 3 l off Hardison, Judi QJD Odessa Hardison, Linda QFD Fort Worth Hardman, Cedric QFD Houston Hardy, Alan QFD Dallas Hardy, John QSophJ Sherman Harless, Karen QSophJ Dallas Harlow, Nick QFD Dallas Harman, Elaine QFD Happy Harness, Jan QFD Fort Worth Harman, Martha QFD Tulia Harp, Judy QSophJ Amarillo Harper, Charles QSophJ Fort Worth Harper, Jo Lynn QFD Dallas Harper, Rene QFD Cleburne Harrell, David QFD Denton Harrell, Mary QFD Gainesville Harrelson, Sherion QJD Dallas Harrington, Darlene QFD Throckmorton Harris, Eddie QSophl Dallas Harris, Ferrel QFD Borger 2 ,,,, - 4 ,.,-.. , Hamberlin. Charlene QFD Hambrick Phil QJD Hamer Robert tSophi Hamilton, Carol QJD Hamilton, Harlin QFD Hamilton, Judy QSophJ Hamilton, Judy QFD Hamilton, Ronald QFD Hammond, Tamara QSoph Hampton, Mary QSophl Hamrick, Cecillia QFD Hancock, Philligi QFD Hand, Bruce Q D Handley, Diana QSoph5 Hannah, Mark QFD Hannum, Mark QFD Hansen, Earl QJD Hansen, Gay QJD Hansen, Janis QSophJ Hantke, Judy QSophJ Harbin, Gary QFD Harbison, Patti QFD Hardee, Babs QJD Harden, Regina QFD Harden, Rita QFD if '61 as 4511! R Q A "'f.?" L G ight E bl' rr-v Dallaq A-lbilvm' 'O fi' C ' .' Dallas C-il'llPf'l'lllt' Plano .lIt'IflIl!l6.'.V Dallas Houston Dallas Dallas Fort lVorth Fort lVorth Eldorado, Arla. Denton Pitman, Nfl. Arlinglon For! l'Vorll1 For! lVOI'lll Klllvvn Hursl Houslon For! lfVorlh Marlin Dallas fini' L-A -J 1 3 lurk !' ', ag -G .2 Harris. James lJrJ Harris. Janie LSoph5 Harris. Joann CFU Harris , 'Linda lFr5 Harris. Lynn lFr3 Harri Harri Hnrri Harri Harri 5. Margaret. QFD , 5. Martha lSoph3 s.'XIiLl1ul So hl . '11 l p Olaf QSoph3 5, Raymond lSophl Harris, Rob!-rt l.lrl Harri Harm Harris Harms sun. -luhn Llfrl an. Linda llfrb un, Maria RFU nn. Norma l.lr5 Harrison, Sandra 18011113 Hart. .la Anm- 1I"rl Hart. Hivhxlrd iSupl1l Hart. Nanny' llfrl llartman. .lun ll- rl llllrllluww, Suu' llsfl llarlzng, Rube-rl lllrl llarwf-ll, -lan llfrb llzxstimu, .luhn llfri Hatvlu-ly Kar llfri Hatrln-tl, lla-:mnv ll' rl llxllllmwwk. Nllllrnll lI'l'l Harlll-yy 'lhnx' lfinphl Hain-nl H:nrx'glrrl l'.llkk'll1il fl'rl llxnxf-rnzm Ha'-.1-rlv ll'rJ ll:e'.a'nluIl, Sanrl'-' lHupl1l ll.:--Luna. Ha-ttf: flfrb ll:n'.'.'l-.nw-, IM-:mmm ll'rl 1 . ll:w.l.1n- .l:m:a l' rl lla'-'- lla'-'.' lla'-'.' llav. ll Il 'J- lm' kv-ltl1ll'ry ll". Hfllllrk' l.lf'J . " , lf"-' f lmrlvru- fl'rJ ffl '.'ll'1- W f Supl!! Q Sul- lfffp 3lll'lll4'I'. lXlJll'Y 151 Waco Eastland Denton Sweetwater Athens San Antonio Jvfferson Dallas Grand Prairiv Mc'Kium'y For! H70l'lll Dallas Win nslmro Dallas llvn Ian N1'u'arl: San. Angvla Paros Plano .lllfllllllfl l'V1'alh4'rfarrl lla's'lau'n f'l1llrlfrs:- llursl llallan lfurl Hlorlh f'l4'lmrm- l"arm'5' llnllr-lun Lullrrn BVU: 1: Hu: l,al:f Iiralzum Iiarlunfl lfnrl lvllflll I'lnml'n'u flarlrmfl llirlzvna llallru. Furl lvllflll Hay Hay Hay 1-IaY Hay 1-185' Hay Play Hay Hay Haw' Hay Haz Haz Haz Hen Hen Hoa Hoa Hoa Hoa Hell Hcd Hcgl Hehl SCDIJI O F'I7 aghh dentg treasu man, Yondf X lb i lgorilhi Eli. l l Fl Hel-., F W Di? 4 rl Ili' miliet rr? lfophl Sal N531 Slgphl ily l xk -3. :ond KSODM Graf? l 4 tlljgii T-TVFY LIN 1 ,Els For! -.:,a X-vl 3 ig' I fly llllnmlff Vina Mil 'mira lSophl iw W-7-if LPN Sanilifi 7:1 lgophl ' TT FU P' if lf' Mill . .. ll'-ru lliflml ' if I HQ.. i 'ai-r'l'll'l l ,hfz:i1AFru i AQ! Fri D' rl i M, im Flffil ,. ,!3,.... lv X'!H:,7f1 lit T nl lsoplll H 1 A-f1i'iR,8 l Fr' .31 rj V ll'.l'l ll fi iifiiflsrvhl gf A in vAi'JIlFrl l sqia iff' fl ,, ,FH P . fi .V Jn lffl lf ""'fi', f,lrl ,1,,l.fA I , ", l if I ,nfligiphl W .9 If in C t' fF1'l 235125, Lgolliert CS0Phl yn Madelyn Url gggjlnlas, Barharalggfgfl HayneS,J61'1I1y l 1' H , Thomas fF1'l Hglyiiees, Ila. fSophl Hays, Amella QFrl Hays, Jacqueline CFU Hays, James CFP? Ha slip, Rique tFrJ Haywood, Paul CJrD Hazelbaker, Colette IJIJ Hazelhaker, Kathy fJrD Hazelbaker, Mary CSophJ Head, Dennis CFU Head, James CFU Headland, Robyn 1FrJ Hearn, Lorraine fFrJ Hearne, Frances CFU Heath, Carolyn CFD Hedden, Marian QFrJ Hedges, Frank fJrJ Hegna, Sonja KJrJ Hehn, Gregory CSophJ SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Left to right, Tom Petrie, presi- dentg Kathy Osborne, treasurerg Mary C1-iss- man, secretary 5 Mike Yondorf, vice-president, Dallas Huntsville Dallas Electra Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Denton Carrollton Denver City Dallas Perryton Irving Amarillo Irving Elgin, Ill. Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Pittsburg Dallas Dallas Garland Oahu, Hawaii F z I '-sf' ,nf .4 249 '1 .-X, Nqr, av- as' LR ff 'J ,. Qs ,A- As lla f lr -q N-vi Sf ' u K". Lin '43 'T' Q N, AHL :- have ', 1 'Z f' 09' -..Q f N l .-7 . S ur. ...- lffffifw :ai V If aww iw-if rm fgywm sy: - f wwf: 'xl ,mg C7 v- w.fW .LALI 419 '21 45 -dr in '2 .i 1.4. 2 xx gl Heilman. Kenneth QFD Myra Heinz. Robby QJD Blount Pleasant Hejl. Patsy QJD Temple Helm. DeLois QJD tlIeKinney Hemmer. Ronald QFD Toms River, N.J, Henderson. Andy QJD Fort lVorth Henderson Charlotte QFr Irving Henderson Doris QJD Fort Worth Henderson. Glenda QFD Fort Worth Henderson Henderson. Henderson Henderson. Henderson Helene QFD Hilda QFD Janet. QSoph5 Monte QSophl Naoma QJD Hendrivk. Becky QFD Hendriek, Bill QJD Hendrick. Cindy QFD Hendrickson. Cecile QFD Hendrick. Johnny QSO nhl Henley. Nancy QSophl lflr-iiriessey. Judy QFD Henning. Sandi QJD Hennington. Kenneth QFD Henry. Thomas QFD Higgins. Mike QSoplD Dallas Pasadena Dallas Fort Worth Santa Ann . a Mineral Wells Fort Worth Mineral Wells Fort Worth Denton Houston Irving l,onp,'r'ic'u' Taylor Fort Worth llallax ...J Q, lllvflalrimr-r f-ll.l!ll'wlSHfIl1l lvfll lkfrlllt .3 A 8 llx,3l1!-r'-'--'i -l--lin fl-'rr ,lrlrnprnn I , lllllvilfll -lfflrn llrfl .Qualify f " "' - llall llrine 191-phi fi'llllIl l'r11lr1w ' 17' llrll lfnri-lllnl.u llfrt lhlifnf-fl llrll ll.:-.all t.ly f,,,,j,,,,,,' lllll tiH'- llnrs l,,,n,5ffl 8 Hlll -l'l'l- 'lrfl llfrxtfm W lllll .l.H:11 . t.lrf ll.-1115.111 llzll -lzrrrrrin tl I' Illntfm llzfl .liz-in tl f, jf,:,.H ,4 lllll xllvlfll'-Il 'lr' lzffl-A, 75 llill '-l--212 5.1 lllf' ll. flfxzr 4 . llsll lir- lmrrl ellri 1',:f,,,j , llflf X111 lr-'J f' 11- A xg be A. UL D 1 ' A 4 l . 1 . lf j It -I, tlz..-1 'rfhgr N-32, U,-.,-,.. ,jug y 7 ,, " -1-' lt 'ev sn- 1-- f. 9 9 ' 2 l " "' ' .vi ... .,.'f.2f'g 213. .,37'1--, ,N .1121 il" ::...4, , ' 'lr1,i.: -lr .71:.'.',.. 91" QW , Q jpg? he 4 Her H01 Her Her Her Her Her Her Her Her Her. Her Herz Her: Her: Hes Hes Hes Heir Heir Hibl Hicl Hicl Hicl Hicl Bill Url , '-, Hllelh LF rj fl In :iii F A E2 rl TOMRQQZE? dx J Charlcitt? QF Fon V. Dom Url It lt Glenda QF1-5 Fgnpff' Hiilelle Fgnwj D5-f 3. I-lwliiiet gm Puff' Nlonte 1333125 F lax Tm Url slilf at H' ml Mineralii Foll Clndy lFy - s eori Cecilerllfrl Mlm, lohnny iS0phl ii Nancy lSophl Judy lFrl l Sandi llrl Ing m Kenneth QFrJ lg Tromas QPU Forlli l i e 4Sophl li J' I 25 6 1 i l :L ff 1 'i 1 ik, .9 rl , bel +1 l 4 3 I il L' heid, Carol KJ:-J Muenster Hinrliil, Linda CSophJ Rosebud Hensley, John fFrJ Dallas Hengley, Lynette fFrj Waco Hensley, Lenora CFU Jacksboro Henson, Nelda fFrJ Fort Worth Herman, Eliot CFU Dallas Hemdon, Jack fFrJ Lubbock Herod, Tom KFFP Temple Herrick, Marsha fFrJ Lufkzn Herridge, Bill CFU Eastland Herring, Carol fJrJ Alvarado Herring, Diana CFU Roswell, N.M. Herron, John CFD Dallas Hershberger, Susan fFrJ Denton Hess, Cathy fFrJ Mount Pleasant Hestzmd, Larry CJrJ Corswana Hester, Janice CJrJ Fort WOI'1fl'L Hewitt, Pat fFrJ Houston Hewitt, Tim fFrj Dearborn, Mich. Hibbitt, Charlotte QFD Burleson Hickerson, Marjorie fFrD Warren, Ohto Hickey, Eileen fJrJ Orange Hickly, Edward fJrJ Pittsburgh, Pa. Hicks, Cathy fFrJ McKinney Hicks, Cecilia CJrJ Dallas Hicks, Dave CFD Houston Hicks, Garry KFrJ Plano H!Ck?, Sherra CFU Texarkana Higgins, Linda fFrJ Hooks Hynes, Nalice qsophy Dallas Hush, Richard my Dallas Hitt, Candace fFrJ Waco Hlxf Brenda fFrJ Van Alstyne Hobbs, Patricia QFD Dallas Hoblit, Car0lyIl KFrl Dallas g0bS9I1, Sherry fFrJ Denton H33g1e1gs, SgJ12, White oak 1 . p Grand Prairie H0dgeS, Davld fFrJ Austin 2 luv , 4'-51, r X ' ,e s r Hamm E - an at ,gif L Qlfa F, 2 sv J 'A ' "", t-r v Q X I . 05 f i ' ht! 7 W ' Q - 5 .a Q I l x 'fi' 7 W X' -jr UNDERCLASSMEN: Hei-Hod rg, Q - ' wr J , iff: f ff: , Y' 'll' 3 7 F3 43, ' j, L? , 51 ,i 1 . X -lillxx Y. 1 get i l 'af , fa J? e 4' - -1 .1 A, "' ve' fe 1 , r .7- '4 Q 'S f-A 6 N., . , 4 .,, l .gp-h ,,n::, -4. I ef , 08 . -vs , 'li Y I A "ini Ext ff' -R .3 I .J 3 "fl, L ' x J - 421 , V2- 'ia im A '27 :iq f 1--jg? ,Vue Qi, uit? K gl, -4 1 - t I 1 i UNDERCLASSMEN: Hod-Hou Ji ,-Q 2 01 -5 -4 'F' 'C sb v. 6 I, ,info vf 1, l X4 A .1 l- in 71 Y Hodges, Jimmy lSophl Alvord Hodges. Judy CSophl H Cleburne Hodges. Lee lSophJ Borger Hodges, Loreta CJrJ Coldwater, Kan. Hodges. Lybeth lSophJ Austin Hodges. Sara tFrl Dallas Hoevener. Marlene QSophl Dallas Hoffmann. Beverly lS0phl Fort W'orth Hoffmann, Gloria QJrl Tyler Hoffme-yer, Virginia QFrl Riescl Hagan, Dial tFrl Dallas Hogan. Linda QFrl Dallas Hogan. William tSophl Dallas Haggard. Kathy tFrJ .-lliilcm' Hogwoocl. Sharon tSoplil Fort Worth Holcomb. Frances. Url Gaim'sl'illv Holclon Patti QFrl San. Antonio Holclvr, Judy tSophl Fort Worth Holifivlcl. James iFrl Irving Iiolclrvn. Marvin lFrl lVllll'l1t'Sl!'l'. lnfl. Holland Clmrlus lSophJ Urviisan Holland. I"r:im-inm- lI"rJ 'l'v.x'a.w City llullzmcl, .lan lI'lrl lrrfnp: Holland. Mary fhloplil llvnlon llullaml, NIir'lm4-l ll"rl llallas llolln-rn, C'atlia-rim' llfrj llallas llwlliliglswurtll, -lavk Url llillslmru llollimgswortli. l'atric'i:1 tl"rJ ffUlI'H1'lll4' Hollins, l-Iva-lyn llfrl Dallas Hullinslia-fl, lifllllllfl fSuplil Tylvr llullwn, Numa' lI"rJ llallm llullwvczay, Hlaka- ll"l'l l'ulf'Hl1nf' llfnlloway, Vlifl faioplil l,1'1'r'llr1r1rl lifvllrfv.'aj.', .la-w.iv llfrj Garlanfl llollm'-'.'ii.', Mjvrf-ii lSnphp llallm ilfvllrn'.':ij.', i'Jli flirt f1I'0i'l'lll'l1l" Holm'-H, Ilan- lSuplip AII'K'l'l1lll'j' Holm:-s, lfvf-Iynnc: llfrj lVwT0 llfvlmr-Q, .l:irqm-linv lSf,phl llounloll llfflrrxw, John flfrj lfic'lu1I'fl-'SUV' 530 h bQpg 5 il: J. fi Oph fill., Mil Clfbtj l lSoph, Coldu,uterBoFi 1 llfrl rleng is - ll Ur' isis islghl fp l me .Url F Off w 1' rginia gpm Ri, ri 3 '-FN Dill 531 lSophj Dall my my i T. r- ' Ml-, i 1 on isophi Fm Url Gdillfiliv if srl SanAnfrr ibwhl ag gm Forfllv XFN lf:i', .sn lllfl Wincl1es!e1,l,- -1-ls: N ll Dm bllprli Terai? 32 -l: l .iii lzcnael iF1'l llfl axherine lm Hill Jacklflfl F0 Gifffr Eh. pfgricia l lla ap'-A I Tl l' "Quaid rsophl 4Frl mb' Luv' 1 ke fFfl if Eiiir fsgpfl Gif iidilef Q hl Nliffon 1 Op if 4FrJ wil, tsophgqn Hai '.'.,i I jf rlfleel rsophl RW' l 1 y Q ., -flln Irs!!! Ffl eg, Larry Url Hgixes, Lawrence CFrJ Holsonback, Clark CFI? Holt, Brenda fS0Phl Holt, Judy fF1'l Holton, Joyce fFrJ Holton, Teresa 1FrD Honea, Richard CFU Hook, Thomas CSophJ Hurst Fort Worth Richardson Fort Worth Olney Wellington Carrollton Galena Park Fort Stockton Hooper, Mary fJrJ Odessa Hooton, Alison CFU Hughes Springs Hooton, Diane CSophJ Fort Worth Hoover, Roxanna fSophJ Alamo Hopkins, Billy fFrJ Van Hopkins, Celia CFU Dallas Hopkins, Donna fFrJ Houston Hopkins, George fJrJ Hughes Springs Horany, Patricia fFrJ Olney Hom, John CFU Elmhurst Horton, Bea CJrJ Denton Horton, Linda CFU Dallas Horwits, Janey fFrJ Dallas Hostad, Nancy fSophj Dallas Hoot, Susanne fSophJ Dallas House, Helen CFU Denton S: nm ' G' Q: If L5 ...- ll l. :th E I : -:Sl l S Y". , A O1 'i dd qi if-V 2 S ati. C113 ' rl . .kv.v if 7 v Y , t .U ,:, ala 'J' Lg. 4 - m 'X P , Ny! r ia, gh. fl For days the thought of registration is merely a nightmare, lines to schedule the class of their choice, only to find that but all too Soon it becomes a reality. Students Wait in long the section is closed, and they must choose something else, I ,.. Howard, Carolyn QSophj Cleburne Howard Mike CFrI . Decatur Howard' Melvin QFD IVlChlfG' Falls Howard. Phyllis KSophI Dallas Howard Susan lFrI Refugio Howvll. Brent, ISO lil Houston Howell. John LSopliI Houston Howell. Karon IFN I"armers Branrlz Howell. Ross IFN Sfcplivrzvillv Howie. -Iolin ISophI ll'ivl1arrlson Howtun, Billy Ifiuphl Elwtru Howton. Volyn lSopliI Elvclrn Hulmlmlv. Kerry Llfrl Gorlnml I-lulalmrd. Diane ISophI Lanmstvr Hulwlwxirrl. Crop: lSophI llallns lluhlwzirml. Miko Ilfrl llallus Hulmlmrcl. 'Phyllis IFN lxilu' Jm'l.'son Hulalmrcl, Ronald Il'rI .-Inrlmragv, Alaska Inlulilmrcl, Sully lflrl ,IVif'lii!n Falls N llulvlmrcl, Virginia IFN Houslon H ow-J am K r 3, .. I I l , . 1 1-- LL I .fx 'I li' I i' '45 '11 ,Q JZ. ' V 'I A 'C f, 2 A4 - Q X 1 'Z f Z . X I I Hunt, Hunts wwf, Hllnti Hlmw Hunte Hunte Hurlel Hutch Hutch Hulsol HUHO, HUHOI Ice, JU Imhofi Ins, IN Ingrar Ingrar Inman Irby, I lrick, Irwin, Irwin, Isaacs, Isabel, Isbell, Isbell, Isdale Jacksr Jacksc J acksi J ackgl Jacksl Jacks. Jacob Jacob Jacob Jacob x IS lil llllgphl Clflif, IS W' Dani, K Flgslhl xchtrqhrik Hill Sophj is T ffl Fmmtfilfglif bophy Stepphl jfgphgj F -. ,gp IZZ1 , KPN 312 SISODIIH MGR'-ll '5 lbophj IEE! -1 1.-ge thy D, jiri 'Fil laleltili 1:1 'Fri Anchoragqll, 1-4 glrl wffhfilg 711213 llrj HM lam , , ai, ' cji ,J i 4 r url tl 'A i-ij W ll l lg 1 I Hunt, Donnie tFrj Hunt, Grace Ury Hunt, John lSophj Hunt, Patricia lJrJ Hunter, Betty fSophj Hunter, Fred CFU Hunter, Jack fFrJ Hurley, Judy CFU Hutchins, Fredda CJrJ Hutchings, Rick lSophJ Hutson, Larry CJrJ Hutto, Linda tFrJ Hutton, Paula fJrJ Ice, Judy fSophJ Imhoff, Ronnie fFrJ Ing, Mary CSophJ Ingram, Larry CFU Ingram, Willie CSophD Inman, Edward fFrJ Lubbock Richardson Dallas Irving Fort Worth Waco Dallas Fort Worth Texas City Dallas Garland Littlefield Clifton Denison Dallas Dallas Euless Fort Worth Grand Prairie Irby, Keith CSophJ Clute lrick, Joe lSophJ Denton Irwin, Howie fSophJ Dallas Irwin, Nancy lSophJ Dallas Isaacs, Linda CJrJ Houston Isabel, Carolyn fFrJ Tyler Isbell, Phillip tFrJ Fort Worth Isbell, Vicky CSophJ Irving Isdale, Ann tSophJ Dallas Jackson Alice QFrD Dallas Jackson David CSophJ Fort Worth Jackson Gene tJrJ Lufkin Jackson Linda CFD Dallas Jackson, Richard fFrJ Fort Worth Jackson, Robert CSophJ Hereford Jacob, Robert CFU Naperville, III. Jacobs, Caron QSophJ Fort Worth Jacobs, Daymon CSophJ Dallas Jacobs, Malcolm fJrJ Silver Springs, Md. Jaeggli. Ann tFrJ Corpus Christi James, Jan CFU James, Marsha fFrJ James, Raymond fFrJ James, Russell CSophJ James, Sue fJrJ Jameson, Francine CFrJ Wills Point Dallas Decatur Fort Worth Denton Denton AA gas l f' ,kls l'l W -70.8 x x f "' J: to ' IA I 1 ., xx? -I I K- 1, 0 ' 'lrrx i I La ' 3 SQ ""' 'J!'.b-f- r Qs Ii-. , .4 hi! -'z' V I. , , . .ificzffpl - f , 1539. :'Ill I I I:--'QQ . ,IL lI,', ' fl ,Q '-",',..v1mjk'gL',::-il. Ax- , i la ,. 9, 'ple' ' -5' I KI .11 49 ,of '.:..-.,x WL so M12 2 4- N f,-fs, K A 'Z A fly hu. , v,, , i l vi ...Q 'fx 'u ,J -,y l,n -., ff' X -X 'S ,-I 3 - -4 as, yan IQ A KH - U N DERCLASSMEN: Jam-Jon James, Weldon lJrJ Jameson, Sharon CJrJ Jamison. Sula-lSophD Janson, Patricia QJIJ Janssenf Gordon tFrJ Jarosz, Elizabeth tFrl Jarvis. ,Joan CJrJ Jefferies. Gary CJD ' Jefferson. Pat tFrJ Jeffery. Beverly CFrl Jelinek, Jeanine tFrJ Jenkins, Ernest CFD Jenkins. Janet lJrJ Jennings. Johnny CFU Jepson, Richard lFrl Je Json. Robert QFD Jolms. Jeanette lJrJ Johnson, Barbara lSophJ Johnson, Brigette tFrl Johnson. Charles lSophl .17Q Ill 1 4 Q 1 "S" -oi -Q v-7 cf.: A-.k. I , Zo Johnson. Cheryl tlfrj Johnson Chris lFrJ Johnson, David tSophJ Johnson David lSophJ Johnson, Donna fSophl Johnson Duane tSophJ Johnson Earl lJrJ Johnson l-lersehel lSophJ Johnson James llfrj Johnson Jan l-lrl Johnson Janette fSophJ Johnson Jerry llfrj Johnfson, Lee Ann llfrj Johnson Leslie lJrJ Johnson. Nlzirrgaret lJr7 Johns-on Marilou llfry Johnson Johnson. Jolinsnn .lfphnunn Marilyn lJr1 Martha llfrj Mitzi llfrl Mil-ki lfiophp Garland Denton Dancanville Richardson Irving Dallas Skellytown Dallas Denton Dallas Fort Worth Trinidad Denton Lewisville Richardson Richardson Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas l-Vichila l"all.'4 Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Fort Worth 'l'c.rarhana Dallux Tam 114' Dahlia Houston DUNN' White Oalr Dallas Belluirl' Uallnf- Webstat Houston Dallas Midland Fort Worth John John John John John John John John John John Jolly JollY Jone J one Jonef Jones Jone: Jone: J one: Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones l mu, D.-. lm Cr: 'ER 1 W Dlillffm. Rims: W Dr'- Sliellyil M Dip llc'- 'A 'V ri Foil lim Trinlgl Dai: Lahti Rlflwrln Rivlwrlfx Dah Dlx Dil Dal Wichita Fil Fort WW Ili! vi F orl WW ggi Texdlgdb Tamil pal: Hoiil Bell ' of WMI? Bi M M Fori Walt 1 Johnson Johnson , Keith fSophj Pamela CFU Johnsoni Patricia CFU ohnson, Pat So h J Johnson , ty C p J , Richard CSophJ Johnson, Richard KFU Johnson, Sandra CJrJ Johnson, Steven CSO hj Johnston, Cheryl CFIED Johnston, Suzanne fSophJ Jolly, Jaynee fFrj Jolly, Judy CSophb Jones, Alvin fSophj Jones, Beverly CSophJ Jones, Cindy fSophJ Jones, Cynthia CFD Jones, Donna fJrJ Jones, Donna CFU Jones, Evelyn CFU Jones, David fJrj Jones, James QJrJ Jones, Jay CSophJ Jones, Judy QFD Jones, Judy fFrJ Jones, Kenneth CFU Dallas Richardson Dallas Dallas Dallas Irving Eddy Abilene Dallas Pasadena Grand Prairie Abilene Denison Midland Dallas Vernon Dallas Irving Dallas Ferris Waco Corsicana Olney Irving .Marshall 2 S-O ...P I" ff. Q -Q. nf 4,-f 6 I 'null N. .il KR I 1 is C 1311! ,f s I ov 452 -- 'Q X IN .., , -4 -X -4. ., x fl' fel J 1 9 4 SA. lla QQ-3 . ,pl ' AQ n D, If 4+ 'ti J, 'Q 'V li' ' AX !N'l ' ini L., I 1 ! N YS ' I2 C Tw 0? ,k .tx ,Q i l!Af1lA4 n-' IHS can E151 lnunmgn anna: nuns IQR1 ll ection. The Mu- A rock piano which can actually be played is one tion of the State Historical Coll . - - - ' n six da s a Week for visitors. 4 7 of the most popular items in the North Texas sec seum is ope Y IL. x Q' ,-4 if D ,X J fl JOBH -A 1 f,, l.. ,.. , ef has if 121 Vi all 2- Q ,'f",i .ij-', B.. ,en-1 lv--if , , Klllll-44, .lilllvllv l.lrI lgllff, liutlw lXf'1', lilllllil rl'r1 lxf-.ilu--,g llrum- 151-phi lx'-4-iw N-rn: Kvrin--u, lilxnnl- 4l'ru lxvllli lt--lw lv-nllx, Xkimf rt 1l'r1 il llrv ln. Kc-xtlilw, Kntlmrxn llra .lu Kf'lll'f ll--l.-H lI'fp lfvllv'-, llfirlvllix 151-phi lv-llf-'-. l.mal:i llru livllv'-, l'.i!rivm ilru lxvll'-, Vxirirlrim- 1I'r+ ll KP '- l'r.x:iL, mlm liPll'- llf-I--rm 'lr' I Kvll-. l'.1C1'1-' 1 :lp K--'iv -- - .. 5.1,.11'.iz-W .Seri I li 1 YN iqpggv -A 7. - .nn 'I . -Uilji I l 1 lio:1f.r:-'A -.1 1 S 1' -Q 1 ' "' 'TY' -0 'Q-C ad l .'.-QFQ -Q - ,PP :is AA .fi f .I XY sf?" ,.A!a.il, 9' 1? S. P' Il l,m1f,'1'1:'11 11011115 llniuluri ll'm'n lllllllls l1!l11l1.'- 'lvffrrsuri rl ll in rl: 111171, ,Un .lluwlz llllllflx 1lf111f1.s lff 'GIIIFAX lri my ,fl flzrru I llinrfl firtrfrin I !l.f.r1f f"1n ,l' 717' I ll" 1 Yi ,X 'N "' 'if . wg cl 1 1 C' acl 53- I Jil! lung' IQ Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Linda KJID Lynn KFrD Lynn lSophJ Rebecca Url Steve CFU Vicki fFrl VVilson CFU Yvonne lSop Jones. Steve lJrJ an Jord . Greg QJrl Jordan. Jay lFrJ Jorgensen. Jimmy lFrl Joseph, Hazel CFU Joyce. Edward CFU Joyette, Bill CSophl Joy, Jerrie CFU Jurik, Karen CFrJ Justice, Julie CSophD Justin. Joe fSophD Kaden. Karen lFrl hl Kalldin, Paul CFU Kallelis, Nicholas fFrJ Kapelka, Ken CSophJ Karlos, Richard lFrD Karstens. Jeanne fFrJ ' -fa ' v f- I Q7 Dallas Cisco Dallas Bloomington Electra Keller Corsicfma Ferris Brazoria Dallas Dallas Frisco Houston Mount Vernon Com manclic Abilene Ennis Little Rock Wichita Falls Gainesville Dal las Burlington, N.J. Houston .Gonzales Richardson ..-i ,.-v ii 1, .,,,, ' .4-'. -ai el Dill 9, Cui, Bloomgglu Elm ' ,lr I Carla? hi img Brazing Dall FU Illia n A Hllllgfir l oum VW Commun Abner, . I Enni ll lztlle Rel Wichita Full ' Gr1inesiiil'i' Dall Ei-l Burlingtomfl ihl Housloi rl Gonzales Fry R' hail lf M1 H 1 FSS. f : :sill ' ij Q l we Q it r.,x 11 5. ii I . ri' Y ennedy, Barbara fFrl Kennedy, Bill Url Kennedy, Jenny lFI'l Kennedy, Michael fFrJ Kensinger, Chari fFrJ Kepke, Blair fSophl Kern, Lynne KFPJ Kerr, Carol fFrJ Kerr, Kenneth lS0Phl Kerr, Pauline CFrl Kerr, Sally iFl'l Kidd, Craig flfrl Kiddoo, Margie fFl'l Kiker, Jane CSophJ Kiker. Theresa fSophJ Kilgore, Rise CFU Killian, Riley fFrl Killion, Gay CSophJ Kimble, Janet fFrJ Kimbrough, Thomas CFU King, Annette QFrJ King, Colleen CFU King, Dennis CSophJ King, Dennis CSophJ King, Gary fFrj King, Giimette CJrJ King, Mike fFrJ KEHS, Richard fFrJ KEHS, Sidney CSophJ KU18. Susan QFrJ flghmard, Kandy um llmey, Betty CSophl Kirby, Dorothy qsophy Klfby, Tommy QJI-j Kirk, Chuck fFrJ Kirk, Kay wr, Klfkeby, Jam J Ilglrkham, Judigilhlflgl-J Efkley, Dan csophy Klfkland, Betty Q1-'ry K' Morton Temple 4 Gainesville -6 l New Providence G 1-A ' Fort Worth ff ' 'V' fl K . vs., Denton Fort Worth Tyler I , Dallas .1 4" ' New Braunfels J ':- Ii' 'J Mesquite Houston San Marcos Decatur Waxahachie x -6 so' UNDERCLASSMEN: Jon-Kir Sherman Clifton, Ill. Dallas Dallas Colleyville ,Al A D llas la Dgllas V " " 'A Dallas Floydada Mesquite , all if f RlClLGfdS0n I ,3 1 Fort Worth Fort Worth Jefferson r nf Orange Rome, N .Y. Plano Dallas Goldsboro Dallas l Dallas Madison, S.D. Houston Dallas Lufkin L A 4 -v-wmv--v +1 I V, V i i,.q1'gh . ink D 1 'S la , D R R l 3 Z' 'ii -15 if 'rl K , '15, I -f .f -H' E 'S any fx M l I 'ZZ' 'Q -5 ' ng. , i ', X CN 5, luv I.. UNDERCLASSMEN: Kir-Law , 'll ' .,- ' .. - 1 ' p 7 ' "' -0 v . ii 3 O DQN C' G. ,, I3 vw .Z 3' p -.L C " " S' 4,'4" , fl .., -og .f ,Q af' M Kirsten, Gale CSophJ Kiser, Robert CFU Kiser, Tina lJrJ Kitzmiller, Tommy lJrj Kleindenst, Kay lJrl Klerekoper, Carrie lSophJ Klerekoper, Emmy lSophJ Klett, Billie lSophD Klug, Michael lSophJ Kluthe. Paula CFU Knowles. Lynda CFU Knox, Stephen lFrJ Knust, Sue CFU Kobarg, Richard lFrJ Koger, Carolyn CFU Kohler, Patricia CFU Kolesar, Marilyn lSophD Kramer, Ken lSophj Kramer, Marilyn lFrJ Krause, Robert lJrD Kreigh, Lee CFU Kreuter, Andrea CFU Krupicka, Sandra CFU Kruse. Beverly lFrJ Kuhn, Richard tFrJ Kulhanski, Sharon CFU Kuykendall, Diane CSophJ Kyser, Bettie lSophJ Lahac, Gary lFrJ LaBay, Joe lFrl Lzicewell. Mary Anne lJrJ Lackey, J. T. lJrJ Laird, Andrea lJrl Lamb, Linda lSo hi Lamb, Shirley lliij Lamb. Tommy l-Jrj Lambert. Cathy lFrJ LaMotia. Chuck lFrJ Lampn, Lillian Url l,:ams-ions. Karen lSophJ RiChQTds0n Orange Dallas Deer Park Dallas Houston Houston Dallas Grand Prairie San Antonio Midland Denton Pecos Galveston Irving Bocrnc Indianapolis, Ind. Dallas Dallas Dallas Mcflllcn Houston Waco Carrollton Camarillo Da l las Dallas H i ll:-:born D al las l J fl l las 7're.1'a rlsanu Tyler Grandvicu' Grand Pfflltflf' Dallas Tyler Danton Houston Dallas Fort lV0flll . lFrl A Mlflldi llfl lllllllll"f welll" pig, ' F l lllapiilll lf' W0 i alll! ll Kim George lp p:nd0lli .charlrslm illlm llili 'limi Verdye ina. lnllonl Zilla, Tom llfl D tS0Pl1 lilllillle fFfl ig3n,l0l1I1lFfl Lan, Judy lflfl kzersflorf, LYH lsol lighlin, Bobby ltlrl leighlin, Susan lJr Mahon, Donna lSog liience, Helen lJ kwless, Larry lFrl thx Rllllmf J hlw rj Ur DQ, D. ,H lsophr 'VN lsophy gazi- brhi H Grand Pm SUI! Ami. Frl , 'rj Diffe- F llrlrl GUll'fi'I' lm-1 lifl Bw Sigh! Indiarmpoliijln: flffl off lJrJ Dr, MFI, ,FH Camera s llili -an lFfl me lSoPhl Hillif Sophl lliyf ra Ulf wifi Anne llfl TU lrl Gflllf ,rn Gralllgl Sgplll Fri li. 1 r fl f. r lf f r ,wi lla Fo! Q 4S0Phl lg Un Land, Maria lFI'l Landers, Laddie lFrJ Landers, Sylvia fJrJ 1 Landress, JaCClUlYn ll' fl Landry, Chris lFrj Lanford, David lFrj Langford, Linda lFrJ Lang, Danny lFr7 Langston, Trudie lJrJ Larrindon, George lFrJ Lar:-ron, Charles lFrj Larson, Larry CFU Larson, Verdye Url Lasagna, Anthony lFrJ LaScola, Toni lFrJ La:-isctter, Don fSophJ Latham, Janice CFU Latson, John fFrJ Lalson, Judy CJrj Lauersdorf, Lyn lSophJ Laughlin, Bobby lJrJ Laughlin, Susan lJrJ Lawhon, Donna lSophJ Lawrence, Helen lJrJ Lawless, Larry CFU Dallas Mount Pleasant Denton Fort Worth Bossier Fort Worth A rlington Italy Texarkana, Arla Ardmore, Ohla. Seymour Dallas Daingerfield Pittsburgh, Pa. Dallas Waco Fort Worth Dallas Austin Dallas Sherman Dallas Ennis Weatherford Hurst '75 'R qy , Y 4 Af ls ri 4.-al ni r 2 l an I, X ...P -Q. -1 ,",l. Lu ln 4 - -.4 tj! Independent Student Organization members de- Paiglq .in the fell elections ISO SPOUSOTCC1 Cafldl cide on the best strategy to use in their cam- dates m all except the graduate class electlon 4 T J I3 Cz 'x HC! :J , . ,.. Iv, x P -I ,-4 I A N .dnl 13 -J 'sf I vkix if L A 'uf 1:1 'FFF NGN "'5 -4. Y- . , I I 'Q ,. "1 . If' :-Y f'aSgl'f'i Xl. pi ,1 A . -J 2 1, -ty 4 k I UNDERCLASSMEN .4'l', IJ'l', I.1'1'. I J'l', I.I'1', IM.- I..-1-. I.4 IJWW' .11- If-fIp:4-rwmnl, IJ nz I II fl I Ilnrlvnrw II r 1 I' I I I1:nrI4-fa I I' ri llilllllll' II' rl I'.rIv..lr4I l.Irh 41' UN III Ilrn II I -rt Il'rr II In x ulrr lk I1 K.llIv. Ib.. mln I Ix I m l.Iru I.. Ifpfwt XI.nrxI'.n llra I 5: Iurr slr -"rl: .UIIII I I mnu, IIA-. II r I.vxIr Ima- n.Ir I vlfl'--Il' .urxlw I1 I-III llallnw Dallas l"nr'f's!lv11rg fiarlanrl lllnxrarzrlllv' llullhlnll lluuslnn 'mlm'-ral Illllls 1,1-f:f,':1r Vlry Ilrnlun Kal x lhzllnx llullazs llzillrlk ,'.l1:w,l, I.1w-xmrli Ihxrr--II Ilr I,4"I1.IT-I .I.x- Ln- I 4'.!pffj,gvg IPLTIE II--51471 If fl- 133-411 If--:1-2 I'.x1 Illrw l1:.'.'f": I':' Klgvg I.-'aIv'. .Iu4l'. If-'r IG., ffjh 32 ii' -3 6 .,.,r? tu' ...fi 1 . an If Lawrence, Kathy ISophJ Lawrence, Stephany IF1'D Lawrence. Wllham ISOPIU Lawson. Lawson. Lawson. Lawson. Lawson. Lawson. Laxson. Layden. Billy IFrJ Carolyn CSophJ Jalyn IJrD JoAnn ISophj Margaret IF1-D Mary Lou IFN C Richard IFN David IFrJ Lea, Robert ISophJ Leach. Max CJrb Leahy. Sharon CSophj Leafherwood, Penny IFN Leaverton, Sandra CFU LeBaron, Susi ISophU Leberrnan, Thomas IFrD LeClercq, Paul IFrj Ledbetter, Judie IFN ffl Law- Log rp-. ,ai -livbf 'Z 15 5,7 Q.. -1 I Arlington. Midland Winnsboro Hamilton Dallas Brownwood Arg ylc llfuenster om manche, Olcln, Denton Dallas Dallas Keller Fort Worlh Dallas Lublnovlc San Antonio McKinnvy Dallas Allnangv we N? F .1 , , If ,J '31-7 '-if '22 'Q' .-v 2 '7 gl -Q -4? L. , -'H 1.-9 ff! I ge, Hifi Isor 'lfllzlfhfl Im 33. . FII fl51H0lII'I Illllllflnllrllfl ag" r,J0eIIII 3 lllwfl SIP lgopl 7IlIIe5VLmda I OI liimy ng , :Qw,CaroII I 'Ji I D f5IIl5m.Ei1.IFfI iljtrou, Jeunlfer i ilguiil, C5019 fQluuHI1'R0UaId I Lemhmidt, Bobbb' ka, Helen ISOPIII Qrman, Dorolhy Il Urs' Charles IFr . FI . Lflemess, Linda In Qsl. Cynthia ISopl mr, Cathey IFrJ JIG, Caroll IFrJ fnle, James IJrl .'III?, IIOIUI IIII, Karen IF InIe,Pau1a IFSI IIIIDHIQ, Mamyn 4 ulrell, Don Im arlly, Cynthia QSC Ifaj IQISIEE' I pliiggjldgy III? Jfhldse, Klllllls I Zfl IF: Ilan gary Ielrj I mall Is lfollg , r., W li l All 31 W 'rllbophl ,ltr ll ll Hag? 'l lf DQ' l1-J .llllilhl Brolllo mm mmnllll Ulm' w 1 r , lhl Dall llllv dophj Xl! my lm Fl" l la af? Lublf ffillhl San Alltel if lFrl lllcllilrl ,rl llll 'Ffl Alla: l l fl pd 2 ll 'fl F ' . v f 'T' l lil ra I ,gf f 'gg .. .il , Nia 1 all sl' N 1 Tl :ll lu lFrl C0 Mull" LOSHE' ?a?dllSi,1?gl1lj Fort ifl'afall,'15afa1a fS0nhl Cjflmef Leverett, James fS0nhl , ' astm Loving' Rachel LFP, Richardson L, Charles fFl'l Denton Kathleen lS0nhJ Dallas Lmvisl Roy fFrJ Fort Worth Licht, Tyan' YFFJ Waco Lir-sch, Justine Url Tfmplf' ,,,,,ll, .I , url Ifqimfz l,Il,2l1ifa,l,"5llp csaphl Denison Linclley, Linda lSophl Waco Lindley, Mary JO fFI'l Dallas Limlgny, Carol tFrJ Galveston Lindsey, Don .tSophD Texarkana Linclstrom, Gail fFrJ North Babylon, N.Y. Lindstron, Jennifer CFrJ Dallas Linflguist, Carole fJrJ El Paso Linebaugh, Ronald CFU Sweetwater Linenschmidt, Bobby CSophj Denton Lines, Helen fSophJ Dallas Linmnn, Dorothy fFrJ Harlingen Lipsoy, Charles CFU Waco Lisherness, Linda CFU Richardson Lisk, Cynthia QSophJ Fort Worth Litteer, Cathey CFU Dallas Little, Caroll CFU Loraine Little. James fJrJ Denton Little, John fJrJ Dallas Little, Karen tFrJ Dallas Lltllei Pallla flfrb Fort Worth Elfflepage, Marilyn CSophJ Dallas lttrell, Don QJrl Sayre, Okla, LlV9lY- Cynthia fS0phl Palestine Llvlngston, Gwen QFrJ Dallas Livingston, William CFU Houston Iljloyflr Dudley f-Sophj Abilene LOCCISFHO, Denrus QFrJ zlliddlesex, N.J. Ochfldge. Karen CFU Denton Iiocketl, David my Dallas lldeman, Pam fFrJ Pampa Ilfgehf- Tim KFrl Dallas Logan- Mary CJrJ Fort Worth gall, Randall tSophJ Carrollton .qs ' 1 1 .sv V,- 'Q sq, N4 X ,J f 'Z 45 I, - .- ' -K' .J , " 6 -L -4 ff R J ...- ZS ,. f-Q X L N ,, Q ', v-v 'il -x p 4 l ,, .A :S "' A-, 1 w 4 . X -1 l .' a Q- 1, V7 , - G K: . 4 Xl, -4 V21 0 "Cf,-' M- i 9 Q' -3 ,nswx ll ji, Ll ta J I Q .. afleslgll. J -9 JF Zh '3Qy .5- ,I -. f 'audi ,Q , ,'.' 'ff-Qv 4 l x PY. 5 1-1 , i 4 I? 'AC N -1 1 - lv -C ,,.- ' if qc d,,f ' 11 5 G' 4 . Y , i 1 ' 4" "' .C a C ca 2 4 -fy - -or X 0 2 - " ljx 5 J C 7 v , x ", '. . ft J V J 1 ' , '7,1fL5,f.. g I L9 ,Y i , ' :if 2 .lin-L .at--, .,. . .H T Att D H qu, . L -Q' Q I , XX-1 - -PK? fd 3 if UNDERCLASSMEN: Log-MCC K' 4 x 1 2 al- ST -0 .3t9O, Q , . i ' 'G' ' I f ,4 4 . 1 ,, L .s vu on ', 'sh Q tl I 7' Z. :Q , X ': ' ff ltlA h ,fig-px W "ff is-in 1-"'1'i 2 "" 'St s " . ,- 3, 4,-35, to 4 N T . il 4 ' . an, C, ' -sl ,A ,A 1 I T' f h JJ 3 l 44 I rp. If , -4 ,.......,, -f -1 'Q Logan, Terry CFrJ Loggins, Charles CJrJ Logsdon, Stephen CJrJ Lohman, Mitchell CSophJ Lohman. Patti CJrD Isola, M iss, Weatherford San Antonio .llloflahans Denton Lokey, Karlan CFrJ Mountain Home, Idaho Long, Bill CJrJ Longell, Gail CJrJ Longyear, Alice CFrj Loring, Sharon CSophJ Loudat, Sheila CFU Love, John CJrj Lovelace, Ann CJrj Low, Asa CJrj Lowe, Shirley CJrJ Lowry, James CFrj Loyd, Bruce CJrD Lucas, Faithon CFrJ Lucus, Jamie CFrJ Ludolph, Olga CFrJ Luna, Juan CFrJ Lunday, Winona CJrJ Lumpkin, Larry CFU Lurie, Carol CSophD Luttmer, Shirley CSophJ Lynn, Larry CFU Lytle, Frank CFr? McAlister, Mera en CFrJ McAuliffe, Pat CFU fVIcBroom. William CSophJ McCain, Lee CJrj McCall. Karen C-lrj McCally, Cassie CSophJ McCarroll. Patty CSophJ N1r'Carroll. Suzanne CFM McCart. Karen CFM McCarthy, Fred CFU McCarthy. Sharron CFU McChcsney, Don CFU fw'lcChf-fancy. Polly CFU Ft. Knox, Ky, Houston. Dallas Dallas Corpus Christi ltlarlin Carrollton Grapevine San Antonio Denton Amarillo Dallas Fort Worth Waco Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Valley View Odessa Houston Ft. Worth Dallas Vrfrnon Graprernnr Slzcrman Fort, Vlforlll llcratu r Slirlrrll Denton Mirldlesex, NJ, Waco Midland A bilenr' I , td tg' ulltllliilldl li SW: ttf, Weldon ut l fl' igflelldon' liflilllai Mellon' Sara Ct ifltllgl' , 0. , , tilts CWI tllufe' Donaidllii lfolklfe' Axlilnancy Momllfki linda I irfotttllt Ar lftttt 'lan it tml, lst lilly, HWY tlfl lloY,J9fm1fer iF llott Jvlm lm lfot, Judi tlfl ttrtrt,JHr12t CFI? Silt-eery,Patr1c1a Cl Tltreless, Jack CFrJ tlroskey, Betty CS titrley, Carl CSor Campus jazz z gather at one masterly Lab certs. Here th Clock Band is I leon Breeden. FI KJ l Tl Is 1 3 lllll yiillylf Nlbophy an Amir ' if M, D ug. wif0u,,,ain Hom I e, Il Ft. Knoll? How. Soph, Ugg? ll tw- F l I' C0l'pu5 W l l ii rl Cllilshif U Grapui-N SUN tlnlla' -- lil lf? .Frl 'fl F orl Wu: 3 fl Won l Dell L uri Q25 fl'-rl DHL -pilgophl VM' Oda ri Hllli :J F l. lllf' ilerl lFfl D9 "" , Vfytf' ai? I Sophl Grdlf' . Slfifj, tri ni 'lfl Forlpcii l l Soplll me ffl ,,. iq iFrl, lvflddlisellllii a,i,5fffff in fffl ilw' 'Fil McClain, David lSophj ilrIcKinnr:y A McCIane, Linda CFU Sadler McClaran, Ruth CSophJ illarshall , 7- 5 McClarney, Sharon CSophj Waco M, W' McCarty, Weldon IFN Weatherford 5- ' i ,vm 1 . - .ay .men '- ,f Nlfffllunrlon, Harry fFrj Denton N , 1 Nldllrfnflon, Michael IFF? FOV! Worth L 2 .. f' P Nlcfllnrirlan, Sara lFrJ Dallas 5 'Q N1f5Closkey, Frances lFrj Dallas J Mfgfjlung, Carol lSophJ Dallas L1 McClure, Donald fFrJ Wichita Falls Mcflorklc, Anne CFU Breckenridge 4 McCormick, NFUICY fS0Dhl DUUCIS McGowan, Arlmda fFrD Houston McCown, -Ian lFrJ Stamford X 1 I 4214.34 K McCown, Sherry lSophJ Sherman X dbsl McCoy, Harry CFU LaMarque ' , 3 McCoy, Jennifer 1FrJ Stephenville ,A-D - McCoy, John fFrl Sherman 4 Q McCoy, Judi fFrJ Fort Worth McC1-ary, Janet lFr2 Denton ' H V McCreery, Patricia Frj El Paso McCreless, Jack 1F13 Odessa 1 L McCroskey, Betty Q ophl Glen Rose f 4, S McCurley. Carl CSophl Lewisville fl ,A f "" ' 1 X -7 'lf A I . Campus jazz afiicianados 571 if I R i 1 li ii gather at one of the se- 4' i .fi ' if T if ' Q- K" 1 ill mesterly Lab Band Con- I A ' ' certs. Here the One O'- ' Clock Band is directed by 2 i Q g f Leon Breeden, E l i 1 3 P E Q Q il ,, U 435 1 "' ,xAMA . 1' 2 S il.. As --'rl 33' I 4 ,js livl' Alb nil fXlu4mlr1g.lul1n ll'rl Nlrfikllrv. fNlim'll4'l1' llrfl fwlrlnlnrv. lla-Hx' llfrl Nia-lx.-r, lmrlnml l-lrl Nlrlizu ll.ir--lfl ll"rI Nivliiny, .la-:in 1.lrl Mm'Km-, f'lHl!'l1'?-i llfrl MCKNH, Rolwr! lprl McKr-riziv, Fnrnlyn llfrl HcKc-nziv. -lack llfrl Xlvls--ilmvm li.lllll4'1'll ll" Xivliurizv-'. ."xrl1-' hlra Nl-'lQim-nz l'.irm'-ii n.lr N1-lxmn--'. .lvrrx l.lr: - . Nl- lximi-1 Nl-lfn-ll.l 1.lr- Nlvliiniu-'. Xls4llll.ll1ll.lfl Xlfliissi-G., lixll llfrv Nlvliw'-I-:m ll.v-'z-l 1.11-1 fN1vl,.m,jlulm Imlv ilfrl X1-sl,i::,g::l1:1 ,wlarr il' ra .136 I 1 llallas Dallas Irving 'l'w,1 arlcana llnllns lsfflfwli Dallas Dallas Bvdforrl l,cu'isL'illr' nal ljffllfll' l,HllffL5ll'l llallas U1 rrtnn l,r. I iz: ill. llflllfb lrzl ass l l nfl ll nl' lla '-li':rn:l H rlls l::'l::v: 1 S ,ae , 1' "9 1 f V! 1 D ma if ll 'Z . if X . l Q K -r 143, ,na fi. 3. l , -arf-. I' ..,-Q., 1- .p.',.. A ,qu McDaniel, Diane QSophJ Stockton, Calif McDan1el, Gail fSophJ FO,-5 Worm McDaniel. James fFrb Richardson' McDaniel, Jerry CFU Dallas McDonald, Bruce KJrD Grand prairie McDonnald. Charles Url Macdonald, Jeanne CSophD McDonough, David CFU McElfish. Esther CFU McElroy. Beverly fFrl McElroy. Plhil QSophJ McE1waine, Jim fFrJ McEver. Dian CSophJ McEwin, Linda fFrl McFall, Glenn CFU McFarland. Terry fSophJ McGee, Johnette fSophD McGee, Ronnie CFM McGahee, McGehee. McGowen McGowen McGuffey McGuire, ,.., , Leslie CSophJ Sharon lJrJ Brenda fSophJ Carol CSophJ McGuffey: Charles wry , Rita CFU Jean CSophj M esqu i te Dallas Dallas Dallas San Angelo Grandvieu' Galveston Itasca Denton Dallas Fort Worllz Maria Dallas Dallas Tylfr For! Worlli Baird Dallas Garland Houston W .- il 1 na CZ -6 2 ,TQ ffl mf' 4 h , l all .lgulhhnlillfen lflllalcl ill? 'Judlh ll? NM l awe' .llgrfdgi UR Ill 1' , illlll llelinda ill: ' , Silvia flf l B gnda l iilllfmighergsg rl Becky lSoPh judilh lFfl ra, Barham Url ian. Richard lF1'l alzllrlris,Cori11n0 lFf Walter llrl lilfey, Emily lS01 llmey, Sharon lSo lan, James lFrl agar, Louie lFrl apr, David lFrl -ills, Marilyn lS0g I l glllll, D' Sam. Alillll ill' Phyllis lFrl alfa. Melinda gpm -,:a,5l', Jgan 4301 lillfljpheiplprj llmlfing Je E' my iS igllllllg, Fllilye lFrV 'IYEH ld fence faarillajlilglnfsrfg E S SFOCIHOV , lllrl FGM, 255533 ag Gland alles lelrl lsollhl llflgs . lpfl U:- IF llfl li- ll' lFfl S lisa alla' Sflph 1 lFrjl Gran: Sophj Gals, lFrl liz, lF1'l lc., lSophl it e lSophl Fo" llf iFrj 2 lS0phl ff an lJrl pda lSophl Forlllc' ml lS0phl lt: rles Url lli. f, lF1-J Gall' l Sophl HW" . l. ZF. i v gt li I ca l P 3 , , r 2 1-,J McLaughlin, Philip fFrJ McLennan, Karen f'JI'l MCLL-star, Nanci' isolihl Mclviinn, Judith iSophD McMinn, NHDCY Url Mr-Mnrrlic, Suzanne CFr.J McMurray, Lea CFU NicMurry, Sandy iFfl 5,14-Naughton, Jim lSophJ Mvllln-rson, Melinda CFU Nlm'Qu4rary, Sylvia Url Mcwhirtcr, Brenda fFrj Macklin, Theresa I-.lrj Marlrlrrn, Becky fS0Dhl Mar-rk, Judith lFrJ Magar, Barbara fJrJ Magers, Richard CFU Maginnis, Corinne CFrJ Magnus, Walter lJrJ Maliaffoy, Emily fSophJ Mahzmey, Sharon fSophJ Mahon, James CFU Maier, Louie CFU Major, David CFU Majors, Marilyn fSophJ Malaney, Diane CFrJ Malcom, Alvin CSophJ Males, Phyllis QFrJ Maley. Melinda CFU Malley. Joan fSophJ Malli t, D 'd H0 . tephen CF J l1QlH12a1m,Jerry qsofyhp andl. Michael fFrJ Mamle1'iI1g.Jer QS h Biiiyiyqprip l ii?ai1Suili1eiAFi0ffQHfe ml , e Mansfield, Rolanirqsfgiill Dallas Houston Rockport Waco Dallas Gatesuille Garland Hurst Dallas Fort Worth Wellington B. Lgallas ig prxii Farmington, N. . Layton, Utah Dallas Dallas Bellaire Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Brady Celina Dallas Marsha ll Perryton Dallas Longview Dallas Dallas Hurst Dallas Fort Worth Irving Fort Worth McAllen San Antonio Belton Dallas Dallas wir ls ' f 7 2 L. C-'17 1:-qv, I J , ' ga'-, 'K -. FM Rx 'K X ,R D ., if ' :ig 3 l l . vi S il H' . f ,, :lim A L ,kg Q A. Si -frif so T X 'D aff h, gi' 52 lk K fi l .DVR I Q if L- 'a 11" UNDERCLASSMEN: MCD-Man I l -er C 1 'if T9 .. ffl f 'Hi '5 ,dv 4. -0 .4 J- X . .lf ,. wg-gf ,N- ,av 4 - , . H Q, .ag-Q i- A 4A -I -5 'Y 1 A h -.,,f?eL I' 5 :fsfp 'Q D N. l lf. i"' 9 -5 .5 X J., "SY ' ' - i A In K- . -xU'i.S 437 . 2 "7 V l he tw -.o .410 A, .rv fx i , 5 v 8. cs- - -1 -in-',1 '.-u' ia, 3. nv -9 5 4, --..-1 fl '-i .Ar , V V 5. K 1 7-sg. A4 UNDERCLASSMEN: an-May 3Q . . 96 If -ii X fig . 1-"1 Y -.-! .fo I ' Marcus, Craig CFU Mantooth, Frank CFU Tulsa, Okla Marchesseau, Kathleen CFU Fort Wortli Marcucci, Ronnie QFD Garland . . Dallas Marinelli, Nancy lFrJ Galveston Marlin, Tim CJrD Mena MHITS, JIH1 CJrD Monahans Marrs. Karen CSOPI15 Monahfms Marrs, Max lFrJ If,-um Marshall, Holly lSoph7 1,-ping Marschall, Lauren QFrJ Houspm, Marschall, John CFU Gqlvpsfon Marsh, Stephen fSophD Fort Worth Marshall' Hugh fFI'l Houston Marshall, Marsha fJrJ Van Alstync Marshall, Patricia CFU Hamilton Martin Carol CSophj Bay Minette, Ala. Martin Diane fFrD Stephenvillv Martin Donna lSophJ Alcdo Martin, John lFrJ Dallas Martin, Joyce lFrJ Dallas Martin, Kae fFrJ Dvnlon Martin, Karen lSophJ Sain! Jn Martin, Linda lJrJ Panhanrllv Martin Mary, lJrJ Dallas Martin, Robert lFrJ Las Vegas, N012 Martin Sam fJrJ Fort Worill Martin, Saundra fFrJ lfvlflil Martin Thomas lFrD IFUIHH Marantz, Billy csophp Mashburn, Lois CFU Masley, Tom fFr Mason, Joanna llirj Mason, Judy fFrJ Mason, Randy lSophj Massey M assey Masseyl Massey, Massie. Gary lJrJ James lFrj Robert CJrJ Thressa lJrj Archie lJrJ Fort Worllz Fort Worlh San A nlonm l,an1pu.-saw Dallas Dal las Denton Robstown Denton Henders0f1 Dallas If 1 lF1-j lliighlffh lFrj Tuligf f an fl F0fi,i'gJ HQ' i-itff' 1J1-l ljm Q tfrlophl l . .Amen up Ighn qprfl ,Ht in- is Gd. igiigll llllilhl Forli ,arsha LJI5 VME. imia lFfl ii- TH l vovhl Buy llinflif A 'inc lFrl Sllplf' Qrra l Sophl iq " ll'rl - t. Y,j:+:e CFIJ if size ll!-fl Qii aim lsophl Pix. .Lia llrl ity: llrl ll 'i Quite!! lm Sam llfl :A Wan lil il 4,1 - q r mi lSoPl1l fftf. H lFJ lfg 'i lm f: 'Q rFrl wh' ' ledli J Jr, .S I. lb . W ,lrl if' "A" t lllfl fi! JW? Url HAS ga rlfl ff, rlrl ,.1g'.. 'Aly Maggie, 305 1171-J Fort Worth fi' A Buddy Url Dallas iigiheson, Claudia fFrj Nocona -1 . Nfatthgwg, Linda fFrJ Grand Prairie ' f--1 :E Mathis, Jim Url Dallas Mathis, Patricia CFU Irving mlm, Ronald cFrJ Hurst Mathisen, Nancy fFrj Dallas Matlock, Steve lSophJ Granbury hlIIl.liHfZ1U5-I, LaVem fSophJ Webster an All . A . -- --v 11. A Yi --.. N f Muttlu-ws, Adelyne CFrJ Marshall l I Muttliffwr-1, Alfred Url Andover, M'ass. 'F G , Q 5 , , Mzittlirrws, Eloise fSophj Fort Worth ,,. M X ' N, 'J' 'Vg Muttliews, Lynette CSoph Dallas -"7 ' N'-P h 1 Mathews, Mike fSophJ llflicllanfl , r 7 C3 I Mutties, Elaine CFrJ Mulzingcr,J11mcS Url llfICKl'HH8-5' ' -. - "' A-.. 'lx Waco ,X - 5 -at gc, ... X Muxxon, Philip fSophJ Celina Q.. - Ad- ., , ,, Maxwell, John fSophj LaPaz, Bolivia "', -' - "' ' ' May, Billie CSophJ Dallas l .J ' 4 H . May, Linda iFrJ Keller - 3 ex Mziyhc-n, Philip fSophL Hurst -.- 3, 3 is Mayberry, Janet CSop J Carrollton ' if f , W., Qin,-uilils Gloria any G Garland ' ara.. ' 3-. i nyvr. ant ra CSophJ rand Prairie l ' f , wr '- Y 4' I' ' V I ' -'J X 1 ' E!! U!!! + .1 -ll. l Ill HEY ...s . Y l l l A Pl I. ,Y Hx-, G... 'Mr ' Im Som ' ' ' ' " h Cam- NT-Tulsa Game, the West Dorm Association hosted a 9 Hlen s social organizations sponsor slats on t e Pus Green the day before a football game. Prior to the mock-lynching for the Hurricane. 4 9 ....s.....f.44-Q..4,... fi ,qu W-,J CTD Abs.. fi -O a .ax ff" vl, 'LP' I f. Mn-rvia-r. Kuthlr-1-n lSnphl 3 .. 4 r 1 ,, ,- R 'r 'NJ . ... '4"T R .35 , xx .y 3 l, X H . el, . 'G v N' x 4 -f:9 1:21 UNDERCLASSMEN: M '1'C.I'UI'liUl1U N11-rritl, Marvin lhlophl lVr'a!lrr'rforrl Ms-tvulf, Ruhr-rl llfrl C'O7'Slf'l1llU My-tsvlu-r. l3urlmm K-lrl ,llilllaml Mr-yr-rw, l,:urrim- lSophl llallns Nlxvkll-r. l.rnrl:r ll-'ri hllclrllvlnn, I,iI11 KI-irl Nliflrlle-Inn. Nlnrv Inu 1811 Nlirlcllr-lun. Sta-plum-n llfrl Nlillmrn. Marilyn I-Irl plll Siu lnlurfl Su'va'lu'a!r'r San :lrrgrlrz For! lllorllr lfnrf ll'nr!l1 Nlrllnrrl. l.1nrl:r ll-'rl Xlrll urrl. ln: lSnpl1l Mull.-r. Ann llfrl Nlrll r X 1' . .- nm- rtinplmr Milla-r, .'Xnnvttr- ll'-fl Mr Nlr 311 Mi .1-AO llvr, llfllfl' llrfl llvr. Vhnrly-Q ISupl1l Milla-r. flu-sm 1l'rn llr-, Frmy: rl" 1 I' l' r llv, llnnun I-lrl llallas llouslon ,-l marilln 1,1111 1-as lrr lilrlzrzrrlsmr Kru nz llrllmrarl ll'u-lutr: Falls Flrlvurnr lirrlrrrrrlcnn :DC 'J .1-Y .4 fl' I Wffa ...-v x,,. Ai' fi 0 x- --N Mayes, Charlie lSophl Mayes, Kathy CFIJ Mayo, James lFrJ Mayton, Dawn CSophl Meade, Marilyn fFrl Meaders, Barbara lFrl Meador, Paula lSophl Mealer, Larry lFrl Medaris, Cherry lSophl Medlin, Dickie lFrl Meehan, Danny LFrJ Meeks, Fred CFU Meharg, Mary CSophl Mejia, Michelle lSophl Meltio. John CSophj Melville, Bobby QFrl Menefee, Jackson CFU Mensch, Sandra fSophJ Merriman, Judy CFD Mercer. Linda lFrl ay-Mol mf 13 5 -Qs ln-3 l.A 4, Ar '13 , 1 . JE! J, - x ' sp- 46 'ISN .mil 1: l i Midland Dallas Dallas Cvfpus Christi Olney Mineral Wells Wichita, Falls Irving Dallas Houston Stephen ville Houston Italy Dallas Dallas Galveston M cCamey Texas Ci l y Dallas Denison HQN l 3 l a V .x N I JV' 1 in I ,H ff?" ,ia . yfrl KW lmrll ll QF ,,r ,V rl 5 llll Jrl 1- r l all Jrl will l Fl yrnhl lyll yrlly ill 'Cy y l' lllkee lm 4. , I' .had lFrl Sandmln lFfl llilr lsyhl EI Sh lg Ellryirlrm KFIZF Qrlofl, HGHIY 'gllllflll lsophl Linda lllfl Terri lS0Phl ir, Lee lJTl lsr, James lS0Ph Lerloan lFrl Imer, Gary lllrl Glenn lFrl ark. Howard lF kler, Mike lJrl llhell, Alice lFrl lfillll. Beverly QF lllrell, 0 yan. Allin riff 54il2HlJi111 lFrl lily 11' 'hmml' lF , ll , John 'ilfhrlrn Elfhrlr ill ll? Pllku' Nancy qi lnkllkopal lSopl mile lil: Ray lsflbhl Emu, ryillflluglrry har ry ly ' M3 ' llenhauelflorlgag S rglbhj C0 01, 3 lFrl iS M' ,r ill llilllfp wil Hour 0 lF Il rl Slfllllii.. lSophy Holi- glsfvphl 'ffl bophj lFrl 'K' on lFfl lilac H lS0Phl Temslg: 5' llllrl Dpi! lpfl Deli' fr- W 1. . ll , - ' I QE r 0 I L- ? r liill ll I 5 1 . ij -f 5 l I ' if R 7 Q 1 L f, If 9 rl lid, l0Dh UC' 'PHS Gig Douglas CFFJ ' l: . Gail IFFJ Miller, Jill rFrl Talco Sulphur Springs San Angelo A l Jh lpn Denison Jgdfg f,j,-J iWcCamey . L ,H fJrj Qoldsmillz Niglgha fFrj Richardson Niillrrr, Mickey IFN FDQQUOQ yijllwr. Miki- fpfl last am Millpr' puny lpn Alvarado Nhllvr, Richard fist, LlHlCflC'lCi Milli-r, Robert lFrJ Dflllfl-9 milf, sandy fFgJ FH-SCO Nlilla-r, Sharon Qfl 'plflllo WMM, Sharon fSophj Hughes .Springs Milli-r. Shpliu Url MCKlnneJ' Nlllli-r, William CI'rl Marjshall Milli-rlxirg, Henry fFrJ Harlingen Milli, Eddy lSophJ Irving Nlills, Linda fFrJ lllidland Nlills, Terri lSophJ Electra Milne, Lee Url Corpus Christi Milner, James fSophJ Vernon Milner, Joan lFrJ Dallas Nliltner, Gary fFrJ Dallas Nlims.. Glenn iFrJ Richardson Nlinnick, Howard CFrJ Pensacola, Fla. Minler, Mike CJrJ Longview Mitchell, Alice QFD Dallas Mitchell, Beverly CFrJ Irving Mitchell, Caren fFrl Kermit Mitchell, Alan QF1-Q Dallas Mitchell, Jim QFI-Q Dallas Mitchell, Jimmy CFU Fort Worth Mllvlwll. John CSophJ Fort Worth Mitchell, J d F Mitchell, Jlldf lJfl Sheng Qgltcilell, Nancy lFrJ Carmi, III. his-ell, Pal: fS0phl Houston l Oak. Connie QFI-j Hurst Mock, Jill iS h d glock, Ralph iid Wefifigiiizn Magis' 1'lcF , Wellingtorb Kan. v ion r enton Mollenhauer, Pam am Dallas fini? 5..- 'ri -4 ' .2 -,X l J A -If .f?nl ,144 172 lydl Qin. ff 'nv 'S ',-0-D ::f:: 46' i l Q 1 ,JL -3 L fs ps' so' -Q, ,gl -no fwfr I 1 G J? 9 9 -4 --v ' ' -:F dsl .S ,Cx h i 4 'Z' l Y' f I J7 ,J , ,- or v-'f T 'A 'Q V f . 21. 1'-fi K." 1' of ff, '33 yi -i 111 -.J 'f X410 wr' lr:- P C v 7 1 ., it xy ,V .9 Q 1 my , 'Q' X . 1 I UNDERCLASSMEN: Mon-Moy i gf 35 IQQO 'T' ia- 41,5 , 7 19' Q. 15 X . , 12' an 1.1 4 I I-4' v-4 Money, Kay QFD Monferdini, Carole qrry Djffjfj Monschke, Charles CFU Krum Montog, Joseph CSophJ Victoria Montgomery, Gary CFU Keller Montgomery, James CFU F if W Montgomery, Marianne CFU F3515 yvgmz Rfionfgoggry, ggi CFrcDF 5 Riclggrdson on ,go ry. ny r hon , Moody, Carolyn QSophJ CO,.,,,,S C,,,.iQ,2 Moody, David QFD Dekalb MOOQY, Cjefald QEOPIQJ Ranlcgl. Ill. oo y, arnes op ., Moon, Betty 1JrJ Sulphur Splllilgw lN4OOTl, Mlke Paynpa moore, Seri-1l'ia 11211112 Templv oore, ra ey r L, JV, v'11- Moore Chowning KFPD Van Moore Curtis CJD Dallas Moore Diane CSophJ Dallas Moore Edgar fS0phj Galveston Moore Moore Moore Moore Georgeann CFU Janice CSophD Jerry CJrJ Jerry fFrJ Moore Joanne CFU Moore, Judy fFrJ Moore Larry CFU Moore Laurent Url Moore Mary lFrJ Moore-, Moore, M oorf. Sharon CSophJ Tuell fSophJ William Fr r' f 4 J Moorman, John CFU Morales, Frank lFrJ Moran, Doralynn lJrJ More, Pat. fJrJ Moreland, Sandra fJrJ Moreland. Tim lFrJ Moreman. Barbara fSophJ For! Worth For! Worllz Celina For! Worth Uvvillf' Hursl lfirlzarrlsan Hill.falm1'H Qlll'f'll Cily fllIHlllH' For! Worlll llallaf- l,aPorIf' For! lvflffll Longuiffrl' Vernon Graham Graham Housloll JW brian, KEY. liflan' Tama M5231 Barbafa W' porfllhy a mf, HL ll llvffls' Marfha X llllllsl aflha llorfl5'1l,'1Iike UI g!orr151 o klorriSf Otto QQ imrrii me gf llorriS, Sugeggy llorrlson' S undr iqomsorb 3 Plorrow, 3115311 llUll0ws llurse, Lawrence nwn,,Je211 fl lloekowitz, Daw! Blass, Carla lFr Floss, Carolyn l llcae, Suzanne llounger, Joe lr lloyer, Sara KJ IIE She leo- o Stop Gle lpr iles Q rl Indra I Tl lsoghg ary will i Carr, lFrl l Sophl , Uiophl Rl' I , l l rl Sulphur E, 3 Jfl 1 l lFIl il mg lFfl Van! Url Sophj ' 1Sophl eann lFIl 6 fophl mi' l fl .ii lFrl Fri me iw 7 rFrl lil? lFrl if nt llfl QW lFrl lx ,, cS0phl W iii l Y ,. am lFrJ W ny lF1'l li? V , mil flfl li' i'-' L. i dra lm lmsoplll M man, James fFfl Mjj,,m,,, Kay. rsopm xffm-gun, Tania lrlfl K,g,,frig, Barbara lI'rl Slflfflfl, Dorothy lFI'l Nlorriw, JPYFY Url Morris, Linda KFFD Mlorrix, Martha Url Nlorria, Martha lSophJ Nlorria, Miko lflfl Morris, Otto lSophj Morris, Pamela l-lfl Morris, Su:-iic lFrl Morrison, Peggy lFl'l Nlorriwon, Saundra CFU Morrow, Susan lSophD Murrow, Sylvia CFU Nlorsv, Lawrence lFrl Morton, Joan CFU Mo-ikowitz, David CSOphJ Mass, Carla tFrJ Moss, Carolyn Url Mosse, Suzanne lSophJ Moungvr, Joe lJrl Moyer, Sara l-Irl lruing Odessa Dallas Flin! Rirqharrlson Garland Clarksville Coleman illounl Pleasant f Y is c o Dallas lllidlancl Bridgeport Denison Houslon Dallas Cleburne Place, N.Y. Dallas Bellaire Arlington Bonham Denison McKinney Arlington In the leotard dress of circus clowns, the chorus membere gerated manner to the happenings of the plax 3 Littlechap of "Stop the World, I Want to Get OH" react 111 exag a modem Exerwnan The road tour plax ed here Nos, 18 H. .3 Lx.. .A . f W- -2 ff iafflhti l.al.v- -larhson For! lllorlh For! lllorlh fblunilnus IJl'I,l'0Il A larnos, NAI. Dallas Garland Dallas llmislmi lulsu lfurl lllfllilll lx'1i'lz11r1l.wr1 lllllflf llr'rrl54'r1r1flpr fflllllnlirl Urn lon li xrlzirr: Pall.. lflr lm rrlsi in llI!llr1.w 4' X 'T' 'fs Muckleroy, Michael CFU Mueller, Ann CFrJ Mulkey, Landy CFU Mullane, Eugene lFrJ Nlullen, Ruth CFU Mullendore, John CFU Muller, Ronnie CSophJ Mullins, Ann CFU Mulloney, Helen CSophj Munden, Betty CFU Munn, Nancy lSophJ Munn. Terry QFD Murphy, Judy CFU Murphy, Shelton lSophD Murphy, William lJrJ Murr, Ann lSophD Murray, JoAnn CFU Murray, Sharon CSophJ Murray, Sharon fJrJ Murry, Larry lFrJ Muse, William CFU Mustain, Colin lJrJ Myers, Charles lFrJ Myers, Dewey lSophJ Myers, Glen lFrJ al l 5 - 01' r, 1 '4. ? 5 "TY , Dallas Clifton Denton Dallas Cleburne Frisco Longview Dallas Fort Worth Midlothian Mineola Ennis Palestine Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Fort Worlh W'yli1' Fort Worlh Dallas Temple Muntlay Dallas Q -su I Q av . .991 ,wx N! Q., -, ,,, , ,,,,MfWm'f-- an , HU" n Sain Nflulangllarony ' Oathy Diane N ilgollv New 53532 Nelwn, Rlcharc i - j Sandra limb, Judy can 1F13 Neulllanni Bari Neuser, Barbar' Newby, Brenda Newby, Vemon Newland, Rebe Newman, Carla, Newman, Kay Newman, Pat Newman, Rich: Newnham, Ray Newton, Bernie Newwn, Birdie Nichols, Baba N'ch0lS, Karen Nlchola-9, Ton V Nicholson, pal w h liikgilgl' X72 Nickerson, J NNW? P35 F, Temple Ninn y' Zi. Pam iii, B111 any Niall an Obie, Chrilgy ich gielllry 1FrlFrl llflif 01111 my li ien lSophj V lFrj F015 ' V lk lllllili KS irgphl ii, 5 lF1'l lr on ggophj Pug, Ophl F H QFD orl 'H gognhl Di an ,r fu WU For! lFrl Forl ll'cv" Url D12 5 lFrl Tengi lSophl Ming Frl Ui' ig, 111 .Z t ', al ilihli 2 J A A i 1 uhfif ! ! ..-sa f, Bin r.Jri Qiihl:3y,rgteven lFFl Qaiman, Ronald Url Qilmq, Sharon I-Irl Splgrpn, Cathy lwlfl N4-Irion, Diane CFU Nr-lson, -lf?-Ann N,-lynn, .loc lFfl xg,.l.,,,n, John lSopl1l Ni-I-mn, Richard lFrJ Nelson, Sandra fF1'l N1-smith, Judy lS0phl Ness, Gail lFrJ Ni-umann, Barbara CFU Ni-me-r, Barbara lSophJ Newby, Brenda lJrJ Nl-why, Vernon CFU Newland, Rebecca lSophJ Newman, Carla lFrJ N4-wmun, Kay lJrJ Newman, Pat CSophJ Newman, Richard lJrJ Newnham, Ray CFU Newton, Berniece lFrJ Newton, Birdie CFU Nichols, Barbara lFrJ Nichols, Candy fFrj Nichols, Karen lFrJ Nicholas, Tony lFrJ Nicholson, Patricia CFU Nicholson, Ward CSO h Nickerson, Arthur orgy, Nickerson, June lFrJ Nvfmeyer, Pew um Nieter, Temple lSophJ Nimitz, Pam Nix. Biu qFrilFrl Saxon, Mary cm xxon, Sh Noble, chfifyqslfgfyhl Anson Gatesuille Dallas Dallas Hughes Springs Chicago, Ill. Uualrlw Dallas Fort Worlh Dallas Iruing Fort Worth Denton Dallas Dallas Springtown Springtown Fort Worth Coahoma Fort Worth Fort Worth Texas City Ranger Denton Houston Breckenridge Dallas Throckmorton Quanah Dilley Bellaire Dallas El Paso Galveston River Forest, Ill. Fort Worth Lewisville F loydada M cK inney Richardson ,f Hu' .5 B f - KX +A - 2 N0 0' Qi: V 'T- Actlilz. M bc,- Lil Ibm 41 V Q Zin lv-an Q Q-.9 S UNDERCLASSMEN: Muc-Nob 1951 ,. c . QW' "' M 5- Gu 4:4 g , lf-,Q no N, i AT 1- 'S' - f I 'zu ' J-.rx --.Q '1 .gun -0 --. 1 -fi 5 i YI? 44 jx CH I. !-arp ,'2' UNDERCLASSMEN: Nob-Pac Noble, Patricia CSophD Nobles, LouAnn CFD Noel, Jim CFD Noland, Clifton CSophD Noland. Gary CJD Nolen, Cheryl CJD Noles, Shonna CFD Nordquist. Charles CFD Norling, Sandra CFD Norman, Ralph CJD Norman, William CFD Norris, Linda CFD Norris, Lisa CFD Northcutt, Joe CFD Northcutt, Mike CFD Norton, Jamie CJD Northcutt. Mona CFD Norton, John CFD Norwood, Mary CSophD Nugent, Marsha CFD Houston Orange Carrollton Fort Worth Fort Worth Texarkana Grand Prairie Arvada, Colo. . Garland Richardson Atlanta V A l , Ga. Brentwood. N.Y. Elk City, Olcla. Dallas Dallas Houston Orange San, Antonio Deming, N.M. Grand Prairie Nunley, Carolyn CFD Clarksville O'Brien, Kenneth CFD Dallas O'Connor, Gail CFD Irving O'Daniel, Raymond CJD Waxahachie O'Day, Richard CFD South Bend, Ind. O'Dell, Mary CFD Dallas O'Dowd, Bill CSophb Goflley O'Dowd, Mike CJD San Antonio O'Neil1, Cynthia CSophJ Carrollton O'Neill, Nancy CSophJ Fort Worth O'Neill, Peggy CFD WUC0 Oakley, Angela CFD Dallas Oakley, Lon CFD Dallas Obenhaus, Diane CFD H0uSl0I1 Odom, Barbara CFD Odom. Jimmy CFD Orlom, Montie CJD Oglesby, Sandra CFD Oksenkrug, Kerry CSoph Oliphint, Patricia CFD Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Claude Corslcana Texas City Oliver, oliver, Ollllerl C Olstflf ' OlsS0n' Ornlfind' gli' ilieres? Ulm Man Orton, Rlcha Willi t Il, ggbirn, S515 Qgborne, Ottaway i Ma Overfell, Rob Overturf, J0h Owen, L99 ls Owens. Aleta Owens. Diana- Owens, Rebec Owens, Rober Owens, Willia Oyster, Duffy Pace, Carol C 3 KS nn 0Dh5 .X lFr3 11 N 'L 015, Fil 1 lelfb A L' ffles my Gm Fa WU Allis' Uh lJry Rr-.- llafgil CFU Allcg 'Fry Blfllluotc e IF 5 Elle Civ like IFN S lJrJ , ona LFI3 hp . l'F1-j " -YB' CS h Sha 1355 1 San J Demvf Gran: : Glyn cm fffg rgiletlhlffl L, E ' 1' ' aimond Url Iliff! ard rm Soul 59 ,L 1509 S A Url ala Elini 450910 rm" nc rSovh7 ,V U if , 5 in 'lil ZZ? 1 r V 3 J mm Diane lFr Dafa fm fig ,, rFrJ ll ji, mam 'idriffrsovhl ffl ffl .I I 'zrrifla rm Ull.l,,.l-X ,Iurly lSripIll flliufvr, Lauri-I lfrl fI'1,'- , Miki- IVF! fjli,.f,,T Szmriru fSophj f,1,,fnn, Johnnie- fl' rl U,,,,1,,,,I, ffynlhm ll'ry fjrr' .lim llirj Hrr, 'l'l1e-ra-an lI"rJ iqfnnl, Nlznrjory llffl tnrim, liirlmrrl lSophj llrnin, Wnlllum I-lr: Hfborrm, Snnrlrn lilrl fimlirrmv-, Don lSoph7 lynn-11:-, Kathryn lSoph rMr.v.-waw, Marion ll"rJ llv.-rf.-ll, Robert lJrJ llwrlurl, John lFrJ llwl-n, Im- fSophJ Owl-nw, Alctu QFD Kiwi-n-4. Diana lSophJ th-.1-im, Rebecca iJr9 Uw.-ns, Robert CFU UN'-'l'llr4, Wlilliam CJFD Oystvr. Duffy fFrJ Pucv, Carol Url -Iarlssboru Dallas LVLlI,'lJ Iforl LVol'lli lla Ilan ' l,'r'of'l:1'll I'or1 Hforlli Dallas .Uirllanrl .Uirllanrl I,r'i1'isl'illw I.f'a'iSi'illr' Big Spring Dallas Allvn Hillsboro Dallas Houston Wellington Iowa Parh Dallas Iowa Park Iowa Park Dallas Dallas Three COI1r1II'llLIlUIl xx or? c-rs are bu new dormxtorx f Hall, which 1-, to bi, rninfix for U40 in thc I ll 1' vw E 'u 5. il 1.551 45 Q--v, fs ps -V-dd Q 4' . A g X A r of ik ...qs 2 .lf ,.. ,Mg io -4 ,..., 44 , Q -vi 'sr Parka-r, Slim-ilu tiiophj Parka-r, Vklalt t-Irj Pnrkliurst, .Iamc-s tSophJ Pnrkman, Susan tlfrj Parks, Byron tI7rl Parks, .lo Vnml tkiophl llzrrolinm-, Mila-on I-lrl Prrrrrrnioro, P4-pzgy' llfrl Purrntt Grr-gory llfrl Pnrrisli. Palsy tlfrl l'urwm, llvrr in thlnphb Pzrrson. Karl tl' ri IJJIF?-3011. Nlivkr-5' tlfrl l':rrwm,-4, Susan tSophh Ptlfllllll. -lzunr-s tl'rl l':1t1.-rw rn l':rttr-rsun Vqrttvrxrni, hh:-mln 1l'rl A Z Saint Jo Denton Tulsa, Olcla. Fort lVOl'lll Dallas llosvlnul A thvns Houston Hnustmz lrrirrp lfll'lI!Il'!lSUIl A It 'orrl lrnpvrtal lfort lyllflll 'K ' llnllrrs Mm 4S4rphl 5H,Wl"" lkrttr-rsori, llnlrivixr 1-lrb llrrllrrs Ilonnu- llfrl llflllf-'S ' ' lfluiflrrflrg , XN'iIlinm I'm1rxv l'1'llar'f, Kan l':1t lvrsnn 8 'i fx. C' 'Q' .r"' 'il APD' A ,-a- ..- 1 fr 1' A Lf K Pace, Cheri QFIJ Page, Pamela lFrJ Painter, Carol CFU Palewsky, Anita fSophJ Palma, Refugia CFU Palmer, Jim CFU Pancheri, Alex CJD Pannal, Andrea CFU Pannell, Johnney tFrD Paresky. Rita CFU Parish, Parish, Parker Parkeri Parker, Parker, Parker Parker Parker Parker, y Anette CFU James fSophJ Donald CFU Jackson fFrJ James CJrD Jill CFrJ Kay fJrj Kenneth QFrl Peggy CFU Ronald CFU Galveston Dallas Angleton Dallas Dallas Houston Houston, Nocona Allen Dallas Celina Hurst Sherman Irving Dallas Denton Denton Arlington Arlington Fort Worth UNDERCLASSMEN: Pac-Pet 141 l .J fill-A l '.D' ...aa- .n' FL fd 'Nur vi on Q--Q ohm IC if 'C' -Q ,-g w 4, 4 ,K 1 A fi? Patwn: lj Patwns M Patfplla T Pefwn' J Pavelkay L Diall llgllfne, 12? Payne' R0 Payne, Dc Paywnf , Denni Pgcock, St Peafcel Pearce, Pechacek, J' Peel, Diane Pemberton, Penick, Jan Pelton, TODD Pendergraft, A Pennington, . Pennington, Pensyl, Celia Penton, Diail Penton, L0uE Peoples, Davi Pepper, Georg Perkins, Joyc Perkins, Pat Perkins, Sue Perrin, Steph. geffy, Jan tg Perry, Mike t my: Sharon Pe 1 gellillj S223 Peters: E elerson C Peter-Soni Peters lZ',gfS3?1Z 5133? Pmergon' Rosjg Petreei Elfgolyl YU P ll ll gl:-I Patton, Harvey CFD Fort Worth Patton, Jo Alice fSoplD Dallas Patton, Maureen fSophJ Maud Patton, Thomas CJD Seminole Pavelka, James CSophJ Ennis Paul, Diane QFD Dayton Payne, James CSoplD Dallas Payne, Karan CFD Bridgeport Payne, Roland CFD 'Denton Payton, Donald CFD Dallas Paz, Dennis CJD San Antonio Peacock, Stephen fSophJ Dallas Pearis, Diana CFD Dallas Pearce, Betty CSophJ Tioga Pearce, James CFD Tioga Pechacek, Joyce CFD Fort Worth Pseel, Diane CFD Dallas Pemberton, Betty CFD Ringling, Okla. Penick, Jan CJD White Oak Pelton, Tommy CFD Wylie V l I 1 w Pendergraft, Fain QFD Amarillo Pennington, Myles, CFD Richardson Pennington, Sherry CFD Greenville Pensyl, Celia fSophb Fort Worth Penton, Dianna CFD Denton Penton, LouE1len CSophJ Sherman Pseoples, David CJD Dallas Pepper, Georgia fJD Dalhart Perkins, Joyce CFD Boyd T Perkins, Pat CSophj Dallas 1 5 Perkins, Sue CSophJ Electra , Perrin, Stephen CFD Hereford 1 Perry, Jan CSophJ Abilene ' Perry, Mike CJD Eastland , Perry, Sharon QJD Paris i Q Persell, Gharles QFD Richardson 1 Persell, Ronald QFD Richardson ? Peters, Kay CFD Eldorado Peterson, Camilla 'tSophD Houston , Peterson, J-ames QJD Falfurrias l Peterson, Karen CJD Waiance, Hawaii , Peterson, Linda fSophJ Houston Peterson, Rosie CFD Richardson , Petree, Carolyn QFD Irving Petree, Judy QFD Kermit 1 A- 5.45 I Z 1-11 -.4 +4 4-sis Y X 45' ,. 1 I pk X I ., r- - r .a , 4 ' ,fi li . .A , A 4 iii : 'P fit. 'es sr wflfff ,lg sv- Q , pf, FP, A f-4-x for Lf.. ,KQXJC P Aoi , , P .-if . tr' Q Af" i'3g,'Prf- ' r 'MT' CP UNDERCLASSMEN: Pet-Pre 2 ff J ' -vs -., ,'Q4 TFP Q.. ya QF" wi 1 4 ,A 'T ,J , v , if? xfikr, "'f1- ta og, t 4: ri-P 1 7 2 i-'x ' 6 1.3 x .1 -150 '3 AJ if vi' u rl fhgl. n , - . 9 ..1,1' .1',17yi2'. or-, 'Agua' 461. , .,..r-f... Petrie, Tom CSophJ Petross, Gene CFD Pettengill, Margaret CFD Pevehouse, LouAnn CJD Pevehouse, William CFD Peysen, Pfeffer, Pfeiffer, Phelps, Phenix. Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Arlene CFD Jeanne CJD Roland CFD Lewis CJD Alan CSophJ Gerald CSophJ Larry CJD Q Marilyn Crm , Susan CFD Philmon. Andrea CFD Pickett, Pickle, Pierce. Pierce, Pierce, Pierce, Cynthia CSophD Nancy CFD Dian CFD James CJD Nancy CSophj Ronald CFD Pietzsch, Janet CSophJ Pigg, Richard CSophB Pike, Linda CFD Pink, Jerry CJD Dallas Bgznget a Waxahachilg Waxahachie Windth01'5t Gatesville Boerne Andrews Denton Rockdale Dumas Dallas Dallas Pasadena Wharton Nocona Athens Corpus Christi Fort Worth Slirlvll Wichita Falls Dallas Fort Worth Wichita Falls Ptinkston, Sue CJD ,QUHU-9 Piper, Karen CFD l0f"l'H Pippert, Joel CFD HUUSCUU Piranio, Cathy CSophl I DUNN-'f Pittman, Paul CJD Whrtc Settlement Pittman, Torn CSophJ Fort Worth Pitts, Carolyn CFD McKinney Pitts, Doris CJD Azel Pitts, Sharon CJD Forney Plemons, Norman CJD Houston Plummer, Mary CJD Slfltflfl Poetter, Joan CFD Kerrwllr' Pohly, Richard CFD 001105 Pointer, Paula CFD Uflflflml Dallas Policastm, Martha CFD Polocek 11105 5305 Cf iigijched offer r BI' Pgrte1'54 Posey' Porteftl P t ' P ' E V l lgjfycind Post, DC Potter, Joe Potter, l Powell, A1111 P vell, HW Pgivell, M1011 Power, Judy Powers, Glad- Powers, Marlo Powers, Toni Prachyl, Paul, Prentice, Kat. Preston, Jamir K 1 C t Qiifpff f ,1fi"L..f' frfzfj, rr 7 if it Polocek, Edward CJrD Puluogt, Katherine CSophD Pool, Charles CSoph'J Pope, Judy fF1'l , Porcheddu, Francis CFU Porter, Beverly fSop'hJ Porter, Lynn iS0phD Porter, Mary fS0Phl Porterfield, Beth fFrJ Posey, Cynthia QFD Posey, Neal fFrJ Post, Cindy fFrJ Post, Donna fJrJ Potter, Joe fFrJ Potter, Linda CFU Powell, Ann QSophJ Powell, Harriett fFrJ Powell, Michael fFrJ Power, Judy fSophJ Powers, Glacla CSophJ Powers, Marlow CFD Powers, Toni CFU Prachyl, Paula fSophD Prentice, Kathy CFrJ Preston, Jamie CFU W Big Foot Austin Waco Dallas Garland Lewisville Perrin AFB Denison Dallas R iesel Dallas Houston Arlington Cedar Hill Hurst Gainesville Fort Worth Killeen Breckenridge Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Crowley Euless .hc lm? f, it 1 ,K vs, IWN I isa, J' x, :fi -Q X x L.,.f Wg 153 P' is vlf X , .lt 5. af., , ' 405 bu' ef' Ln, ff 5 LJ, 4, QA, Q , ,, ff A rl,,,s' ylrf if H - K 1. -' f f , ' 1 ' ' r s , 1 ,L 5 W ,M , fa. Lj 'F 1. 'xg.:p--!,- ts' 2 J, ,,,, sw z N .. . 3,11 r f..-,ff ,L 1 1' f is W- v we f M., of 3 J f A, ,, ,, . f ,-,.f ,..f. Q ,vm-VX 'K -' ' if " -ff. as ' 1 is ,I 2, 4, 1 J W X -'60 ,M I Autograph seekers rush , backstage after Fine Arts performances. Alice Ghostley of "Love Is a Ball" signs a program for an admirer. 4 ,P 1-'if no ""' 7 lj fix ' l ' A .kgs 1 X I --L ' 4.4 '36 ,Phi '25 5 Raiforcl. Lyn C-Irl Rainey, Bcity CJrJ lluim-y, Bill CSopliJ llzlim-y, Janice CSophJ Rule-y. Riclmrrl CFU Ralston. -lonncll CJrJ llzimircz, Rzlmiaro C.IrJ Rnnunmgv, James Clfrl lizimmvl. Karon Clfrj Rninsc-y, Gm-orgv Clfrl Rzunsoy, .luck CSophl Rmnsvy. Tim Cllr! Rnnrlolph, Jimmy Cvlrl Ram-y, l'atrim'i:i Clfrl Rankin, .lim Clfrl liilsro. Slmmn CSoplil Rnsurc. Kathy CSopl1l Rntvlifl. Billy Clfrl Ratlifl. hV!'lj'l'lP Clfrl Rntvr. Lonnie llfrl San Leon Texarkana Den lon Dallas Stamford Illidlolliian Laredo Dalharl Dallas San A nlonio l3vlll'1u' A Ill 1' ns Delralln Dallas H'f'alln'rlord Tvrarlcarizz Gairirslillv l,i1'inpston Cioldllurailf- Farvsllvurp ,- -1 ,fd ,533 ,- fo u. 3 R Nd' 1' .--a V .,,. .Q Q R C Reel I C , " 3, I A ,fL. I ' -4.- C, K r ix "' . . . - Q x f" ,.,- .x , .:. V 71 ' 1 all I Preston, Mike CFrJ Pirestridge, Mary CFrJ Price, John CFrJ Priedmore, Cheryl CFrD Priess, Eddie CFrb Pirine, Ora CFrj Pringle, Judy CJIJ Pritchard, Marilyn CJ rj Procter, Betty CFU Profiitt. Sandra CSophJ Piropes, Paula CSophJ Pruett, Charles CSophJ Purcell, Albert CFrg-I Pullen, Linda CSOp 5 Plyron. Mike CJrj Queal, Bob CFrj Quigley, Michael CFrJ Quinn, Virginia CJrD Rader, Larry CFU Rader, Sharon CFrJ Radford, Tomi CFrj Ragan, Rebecca CFrJ Ragsdale, Bill CFrJ Ragsdale, Genia CSophJ Raiden, John CSophj br 'N Y' ,- F 'Vx JNI' j NJ-' , '..g.7' 1- -'- 1 , , 1 Dallas Dallas Pampa Baytown Colleyville Bridgeport Dallas Brownwood Quanah Midlothian. Henderson Slidell Blount Pleasant Dallas Hillsboro Dallas Dallas San Antonio Dallas Denton Dallas Dallas Pampa Fort Worth Springfield, Va. mi ,, 4 "i :R S- l l A, H' R J A ' 'I 1 ,Ag '.'i A Nxt: ' 4 .l fa 'SI'- - -6 , on-A 6 J 'liz V dn Rl iii, v Jea Ball ' d Rall Lui RAY' Pa? Ray! Sail. Rayburn' A Raybum' Rgadi Held, ' ' Readf Lafniael Read! Mic Reading, J Reagan,Cy1ithia Reaiis, Craig C5 Reece, Ricky CS Reece, Sharon Cl Reed, Jim CSopl R98d,TOIl1U1 F1 Reeder, Johril lsf Heep, Anim my RGGS, Robert CFI Reese, Donna fs. Reese, J gm, willing REM, Rebecca Vesv Sl1Sl iZlR,,N5gia Ury l .I-I W Remllle, Jig: fig Rena Repl mi' Nallcedal, f,lf3SRi,e'Cl'if1EIy C3 Rcxlriagolgie ' on cso, Dun . gr B-TM flare BMW BTQWIC Q img' .Quo 4 llldlotllgg llffyl .H Mn VM Rawlins, Cathy QFD Rawlins, Veda CFP? Ray, Barbara QFrJ Ray, Clay QS0phJ Ray, Jeanne QFrJ Ray, Linda QFrJ Ray, Pam QJFJ Ray, Sandy' QFrD Rayburn, Llnda QFrJ Rayburn, Robert 'QFrJ Read Blll QFrD Read J R QSophJ Read Lana QSophJ Read Mlchael QJrJ Readmg James QSophJ Reagan Cyntlua QFr Reavls Cra1g QSoph Reece Rlcky QSoph Reece Sharon QSophJ Reed Jlm QSophJ Reed Tommy QFrJ Reeder John QSophJ Reep Anlta QFrJ Rees Robert QFrj Reese Donna QSophJ Reese JoAnne QSophJ Reese Thurman QFrJ Reesman Rebecca QF1-J Reeves Douglas QFrD Reeves Sus1 QFrJ Reld Nelda QJr Rellly Peggy QFr RBISS Rlchard QFrJ Relter Wayne QFrj Remlne Janet QFrJ Renaud Nancedale QFrJ Replogle Larry QFrD Ressler Wllllam QFrj Reue B0bb1e QFrJ Rexroad Don QSophJ Burleson Fort Worth Dallas Orange Dallas Longview Dallas Dallas Houston Cleburne Dallas Brzdgeport Mart Denison Dallas Fort Worth Sherman Dallas Prosper R zc hardson Wzchzta Falls Dallas M Lneola Wylze Stamford Waco Pans Rzchardson Denton Ho us ton Baytown Dallas San Antonw M uenster Houston Houston Pasadena Dallas Floydada Pampa MIP th f 4 1 I ' , 1 , f4l3l11,Lwfx'E A - w .1 ,WI "'-1 ' 2. ill1'42'lK I I K: MQlfJl1l51:'l1l-3' cf: ' J 'n . r A 5 a e gf -ff l UNDERCLASSMEN Pre Rex 7992 .SW A ,mar R V RQ we gun.-f 1.35. ,ef was .47 'WHY We-fr' .4711 . r, I ,II-T2 1 l 4 -SJ ..a ff-1' 243 "Xi "' v .-1? I , I dsx "!"'x x x UNDERCLASSMEN: Rex-Rob --- 1 ' 1 .1 hill-R' Q: ,S 1- 1 -V H ' .-3' J 3 ,- 'P 1 Q :Wx R I' ' A ' -F' " - 4 N, I D Q F- ""-s--..'l"1 Laila. L r.. 9 l . 1 A ff 1 . i. s 6 ' 4 ' .Q . ,x K- T. 1. 3 I xx ,,- . 40 6 T- 3 1 X of . 1 it - l m at ' 5 ,Q "ix -4 ,J 1' 9 if . 1 Six N -Qi ' 1 ii I 3 S- . N 454 Rexroat, Danny QJIJ Reyes, Evaristo CFU Reyes, Rosario CFU Reyna. Emily Hope CFU Reynolds. Becky lFrJ Reynolds, Bill QFD Reynolds, Rick Url Reynolds, Terry fFrJ Rhea, Jacquelyn CFD Rhodes, Norman CFU Rhodes, Steve lFrD Rice, Carol tFrJ Rice, John QFD Rich, Sue CFU Richards, John CFU Richards, Michael tFrJ Richardson, Kathy lFrJ Richardson, Terry CJrJ Richey. Jan lJrj Richman. Herb CFU Richmond, Patricia CFU Richter, Dennis CSophJ Ricketts. Bill CFU Ridgley. John lFrJ Ridley, Janie CFU Ridlon. Ann llfrj Ridlon. Roger lSophJ Ricfler, Chris lSophJ Rieflar. Paul llfrj Ric-lst-in-l. Rohr-rt fSophJ Rigcll, Ronnie llfrl Riley. Judy lSophJ R kMoran oc spr Fort 11 las Nocona Pittsburgh, Pa, Richardson Fort Worth Lubbock Eastland Garland Dallas Den ton Fort Worth Paducah Kermit Fort Worth Stinnctt Tyler Dallas Fort Worth Dccatu r Dallas Dallas Lu I kin Justin Justin Dallas Dallas llirliarrlsrm l'1UUHl0!l Waxahaclwv Rincon. Jorge fSophJ Marmvaibo, Vcnrvztmla Rin:-arson, Mikal Ann Url Ringo. Susan lSophD RIIIU. June-l l.lrJ Ripper. -loc lSophJ Rislov. Karan Kay lSophJ Ristr-r, Elaine- llfrj Ritrhir-. Vernon l-lrl San Antonin Haslrt Savoy Fort Worth Dalian Fort Worlll Broufnmoofl Robertsc Robertsc Robertsc Robertso Robinett A displ: of the shows t' ready ft two fans D wily .1- 1 .U Rm WY F Mis Orr mm XDQM L OW .irlifghl Pa gizclimdm A org WW lubi, I Hg Emflw i W. Gullf 11 lldlis .L DH, FW PGM lifmif Fon Worli Srinnef! Tyler Dill 41.55 F ,ff Worth Defmr Dali luflm V Jzlslfn Jusfw Dali Dali Rfflffmn HM-SW vw? - f nalfl 2zi3if0'Jl 1" HMM SWF Fvjli l Wgffll W' rll EMU 'M Ritzler, Joan QFD LaMarque Rivers, Rena QFD Fort Worth Roach, Ida Lee QJD Gainesville Roach, Myra QFD Dallas Robbins, Nancy QFD Dallas Robbins, Ronnie QJD Weatherford Robbins, Scottie QFD Matador Robbins, Therese QJD Dallas Roberson, John QSophJ Levelland Roberts, Carol QFD Dallas Robnett, Carol QSophJ Dallas Roberts, Freida QFD Dallas Roberts, Jackie QFDI Fort Worth Roberts, Janet QSop Q Hillsboro Roberts, Kenneth QFD Dallas Roberts, Nancy QFD Fort Worth Roberts, Ruth QFD Houston Robertson, James QSophJ Dallas Robertson, Jan QFD San Angelo Robertson, John QFD Fort Worth Robertson Kenneth QFD Waxahachie Robertson, Robyn QFD Amarillo Robertson, Ronald C. QSophJ Grand Prairie Robertson, Vicki QJD Grand Prairie Robinette, Plhii QFD Dallas A display 1n the W1Hd0W . - - of the University Store . shows two Eagles getting . . ready for a big game as f . two fans encourage them. I 5 -A f wi x 'A :GNN , f Q rw, xx , M It V, I-'N . an in V -f ' rf 1 'fl' lv V' if fl . V ' "" ,f Lfifl l ' , 1 5,41 1, Ziff, . -,l . ,. 'av A :X ,-Q' .W I 'vrh vw. 'H,,:YTi,i : x E A 2 In I ' f , . 1 12 ,.,,, 'J' 'W ,qffark - k 5 '0' - xy! .. ,U U ,. 4 'ity A ' A Q , 5' ""1'!l' ,4 X . ... ...- if "f'11'i' ?"f1' Af TLA! Nr rig' , ,A V, ,, ,, AM r' it .,,,. J ,.,..., H 'A 1 . Qt -' f ji J? ' ,, fr J is 77 ' e""" , xi Egg, .f 4 . Zz, "'- , -A 'ffl cv 1 swf! vp A ,,.... me Z M 2'1?'f 1 QW , 'QS-5 s- - 321 I V 1 I' "6 :lqaQ If -- we - '1' - .J X- 1' :ai ,,-Q' 434- V , ,I Q U A D . o o n"' Q 0 ' , U l i"N , 3, K ,sf ,4 uf f f'4.' -I Y ur--4 ul ' ,fav-gy' 'Q ...- IL 'THQ l gwwI!"... UNDERCLASSMEN: Rob-Rut Rrirfh, l.lHIl.l Cl fl 5 r YJIIIVX' lgulilll l'N .V Llf. 5 , lx lulv' Nl llfk nll'rn mlri I lm' llmrlr- ll'r1 lllvl Cr.l'. l5'rjllll llll'l. .lguiiv ll' ri HHN llui C 'xrrx' ll'rl mer I mul.: 154-phi l I.-llxlvlllll' ll rl l I. ii--'. N1 H' .iff in l5'IPl1l 1 r lx.m-n llri r lx rr llrl H' A. I' 'I' l C.xr-'lun 1 Irv llxirl . l.l!v 4 , .lvrr-. l P, .I---. ui r ' r l 1 N in i I. M.: Q' npr P71 -iv.. 'rr' X '1 l full nv! UHF! fmi.-I .Ni.3121. ,. 15,-3-lil IIFII H'l11!f',slmru Dallas lrringj "nrt HRH Ill llrlllnll lframl: :ru llrrimlrlru liflsllilllfl ,I4'HIIl'l',Nllll l'.l'lH", lou ri Ilrrxlufz l'-riff Hurflll l'1Jr11pr: ffm! iff' l'.'f:.v. Nfiifwfi xlnsfrvz ,,. all lflllif llfzlffx :RY 1? ,4-Q ' "rv Yr L N Rogers. Rogers Rogers Rogers 'R ' Rogers. Bex erl Fr Robinson, ' Y C l Robinson. Clara CFU Robinson. James CS0Dhl Robinson. Jim CFD Robisnon. Lana CFrl Robinson. Linda CFU Robinson. MBU' CJFJ Robinson, Penny CFrl Roder. Dianne CFrl Rodriguez. Jerjes CSophl Rodriguez. Jimmy CFrl Rodriguez. ' C l Rodriguez, Raoul CSophJ Roe. Judy CSophl Rogers, Connie CFrl Linda Fr Duane CSophJ Elizabeth CSophJ James CFrJ Judy CFU Katie CSophl 4' 9 ' , 5' L . Plano Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Fort Worth ilfesquite Farmers Branch Mesquite Houston Dallas Dallas Dallas Laredo Fort Worth Dallas Big Spring Dallas Dallas Kermit Dallas iw- fx ti. '40 A nl' ,ff 5 -r ...,. -J J' I .4 4 I l -6 -,Si 'J 1 Row, Rowe, Row R 9, l Royar, Royse, Royston Rubley, Rucker, Rucker, Rudd, lN Ruecking Ruff, Mi Ruhnke, Ruiz, M: Runge, . Rupert, R Russ, Ch Russell, . Russell, Russell ' , . Russell, : RUSSell, 1 Russell W Russey C Ruth, JJ D Ruth . Rutkgxg Rutledge Rutledge, Rutledge l' Ross Llnda CFU Dallas Ross Patsy fFrD Mldland Ross Richard tSophJ Ozona Ross Sharon tS0phJ Denton Robh Beth tS0phD Baton Rouge La Rothenbuhler Lyrme fFrJ Rockville Md Rotondo Tonette fFrj Rotthaus Donna CFrJ Rottner Jo Ann CFU Roudon Tommy CFU Round Sharon CSophJ Rountree Susan CFID Rovenger Murph fFrJ Row Teryl CFU Rowe Norman CFU Rowe W1ll1aIn fSophJ Rowland Llnda fFrJ Rowlett Susan CJrJ Royar Ginger Fr Royse Karen CFU Royston Roy tSophJ Rubley Renee CFU Rucker Fred tJrD Rucker Vlctor CFrJ Rudd Margaret Ann Fr Rueckmg Richard CFrJ Ruff Mlke tFrj Ruhnke Carol tFrJ Ruiz Mary Helen fFrD Runge James fJrD Rupert Robert Jr Russ Chr1st1ne CFU Russell Joseph CFrJ Russell Linda fJrJ Russell Ray CFU Russell Sharon QFrJ Russell Tommy CFrJ Russell Wayne CJ1' Russey Sheila CSophJ Ruth John CFU Rutherford Ann tFrJ Rutkowski Sammye tSophJ Rutledge Anita fSophJ Rutledge Annette tJrJ Rutledge Connie tSophJ Dallas Hurst Waco F or t Worth Garland Richardson Dallas Irving Paradise Dallas San Antonio Denton Fort Worth Fort Worth Denison Houston Denlson Dallas Abilene Elmhurst I ll M esqutte Lancaster Dallas Eldorado N iles San Antonio Dallas Garland Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Wichita Falls Bellaire Carrollton Brady Dallas Dallas Dallas Denison lr!! Ll A. ni I P! X IP' 2,2 1 7353 gy' 'N Q 2 Q""7 3-hs vwigs if -vi 4--w Q5 f wh. X175 -.a-f' A 457 jr 2 " A b Yds.- 3 iQ ng L1 P31 'Z fe: Q 3 bs 'J Q 3 1' .H J F - ,gm -IN. vi 'Q' sl' W. , be' 1 A 1 K Id? r . li f . ,li UNDERCLASSMEN: Ruy-Sch if-.alfa f ei., , l D ANAA, A A 'R I .0 I " nz: ,. 1 ' 4 :. - b ' in A A D L D i ' 1 Dill xiii.. I 1' I ' D Il Ah .MA I' 'pta' -A, Ruvle, Jerry lFrg Plano Ryan. Kathleenl ophl Dallas Ryon, Beverly lFrJ Sherman Ryon, Jacqulyn lJrJ Sherman Sabatier, Cecy lJrJ Beaumont Sacldler. Don lFrJ Irving Sague. Brian lSophJ Dallas Saichek. Darryl lJrJ fllilwaulcee, Wis. Saint, Douglas CFU Dallas Saldana. Beatrice lSophl Dallas Sallee. Dana lFrJ Krum Salmon. Darline CFrJ Carrollton Sampson. Emily lJrl Arlington Sams. Leslie lFrl Waco Sanders, Bobby lFrl Fort Worllz Sander, Dick lJrl Cisco Sanders Mary lJrJ Frccporl Sanders Raymond lJrJ Wellington Sanders, Russell lFrl Fort Worllr Sanders Sandra lFrl Dallas Sanders. Shirley lSopl1J Dallas Sanderson, Bob lS0plil Bonham Sanderson. Jaek lSopl1J I"ort Worlll Sancllin. Dolleen lFrJ Houston Sancllin. Michael lSophJ Houslon Sanclerlin. Margaret llfrl llallu.-f Sanford, Mark lFrl Houston Santarelli, -leanne llfrl Lalllarqua' Sunrllin, David llfrl Grand Prairie Santos. -lnokio llfrl Crapvriim' Sugwrwlnru. llrum- ll-'rp Harm-nl. li:-th llfrl Snrlin. Ann llfrl Snuls, l'lnrlmr:i llirl Smviga-, .lolm lrlrl Snvoi:-, l'nul llfrl Saxton. Vnml flfrj Seams-ll, Slmrfm lSopl1l SI'lU1lill1. -lurljf l-lrl Sr'ilfl'rfrfr:1lj,1l1, 'rf-fry lffr, f.lllf'llpf0, Ill. San Angelo For! lVorllt l,0f1f1l7lI'll' llrnlrm Ballfflrrl fiarlzmfl lloualrm A uslin Ellnlfl' Scho Scho Scho' Schra SCl'11'4 z 4 P104 s Dlllf Sim? Blitz W: -, Dah -uwkeer Dm, Km: Cmolllbw .iflllgfm lla- ,W to L Ui I Cay lhlffpjj llillwitw F, .. F rf limi lljllg Dsts Emilia fc limi 0539: EQ Hail: DM HMS lalllltf Gfgfll Grtpiflf fmt '- lrffi nM ,L 'E X1 fir? Wi' LM" 0 V f. ,fr Ui U all If 6011 ' film' dill Schaible, Joann fFrJ Dallas Scharber, Jon CFU Richardson Schell, Jack CJrJ Dallas Schellenburg, Steve fFrJ Dallas Scherer, Mary CSophJ Dallas Schertz, John CFD San Antonio Schiller, Linda CFrJ Houston Schindler, Gary fFrj Deer Park Schlansker, Robert CFU Fort Worth Schleich, Madeline QFD Dallas Schlitter, Karen CFD Marshall Schmedes, Arme fFrJ Austin Schmidt, Cheryl CFU Carrollton Schmitt, Harriet fSophj Carrollton Schmitt, Roland fSophJ Fort Worth Schmitt, Brenda fSophJ Fort Worth Schmitter, Woodson CSophJ Cooper Schmittou, Sharon fFrj Jacksboro Schneider, Chuck CFU Hereford Scholl, Brenda fSophJ Wichita Falls Scholz, Ronaldu fFrD Wylie Scholze, Terence CFU Dallas Schott, Victoria Url Beaumont Schramm, Emily CFD Clifton Schreiber, Sandra fSophj Grapevine 4 If ir! 1 Ii J AXA il n N' ll , , w wf li. 1 5 w' ix .t l K ll, .X , tiglh' 'ian I 3 -' tg, 1 f-,,x,, - .- 9 ,i X. -' ' - "ws '1.'. I glial,-zz. -u. 1 ' ,H N 552 :r+nx"' ,- .,, 3,2 -, 2? ,. ,. f 'D' f - 'ning X' yg, 1 f , ! Nair .4 , A EQ .f",- ,f I :rf ,Mimi N Q-"nv 4 . , '55 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Left to right, Saundra Martin, vice-presidentg Ester McE1fiSh, Tom Herod, presidentg Donna Charles, treasurerg secretary. 459 i 4,13 rc, ., ! E are .112 - gg l 1 ga 6 U .TTL . gg, ' " 37 . ,- '?'Q L? , :Q jqr'w!. Schultz. Alton lFrJ Schultz. Gay CFU Schumann. Betty lJrJ Schumer. Sally lSophl Schumpert., Sondra CJrJ Schuster. Dennise QFrJ Schwab, Charles CFU Schwalm, VVayne Url Schwartz. Malcolm lFrl Schwenn. Suzanne lSophl Schwettman. LuClare tFrJ Scofield. Cecily lJrl Scoggin. Elaine lJrJ Scoggins, Mack tSophl Scott, Nancy tFrl Scott. Nancy lJrJ Scott, Steven lSophl Scriven, Dan lFrJ Scroggins. Gary lFrJ Scruggzs. Roy lSophl Seal, Donalfl llfrl Sealy, Phyllis lFrl Sc-arcy, Brad lFrJ Sony. Linda QFD Svcoy, Gary lSophl 5 2 Su-mlm. l,1lI'fX' llfrl Ulm-'x' ,f Sm-Iv, ltulu-rl lSnpl1l lfnrl ll'orlli . 4 P' , If 2 F S1-ign, .lmlf-' lSnplil llrxslwll L' 1 ui' ' D Svlliv. Hlvve' lltfl llflllfill 4' .-T Svll. Hunts- llirl .lli-lx'lr1rl:'y -Uv - QA Ss-llvrs, Sqillv llfrl flllflllllfl l S--llnivk. l'4un Llrb !iHllll'!4l'lllI' 1 D' f' Si-in-fill. -lthllll llirl Hurts! I AJ Sl'llu!llT.llHIll. Nlzxrv lSupl1l .-lmlrf-rm at +1 Sw-riirl, .lt-gina-llr IS:-plil liurl lluulli l i 7 ,.,.4 'kg 4 .D it Sl"fHlll1l". lin-'lv-l 1-lrb l-hr! lllulli - S:-wilt, Sli'-rrv lSlllllll llvnrun 2 S.-tt.-ll. Nlzirx' ll'-fl I'-fill ll'urlli Q . . . . vwvll. Sli'-:ln lb:-phi ,Nm-mir: Svxiiwrv Snrvlh- ll'-l'l ftfllllflll Slmfl-iix, .l--lm llfrv ,Nl-ri Iimfnvg A -Q ,2 Q Slut:-r, -l.ll1ll'F ll'-fl lll'Il!l2.s ' gl ' 2 ' Slmll--r. llalv fSopl1r fimlzrzm X Slmlm-lxy -lfnm 1.lri llf1lslIl.s V Slmnl.m.m, ffitlv. tlfri .Yr-. Yuri: ,Y S' of IAS! li Dallas San. Antonio Harrold Fort Worth Dallas Irving San, Antonio illineral Wells Richardson Houslon Dallas Houslon Collinsville Denton Grand Saline' Houslon Dallas Rirliardson Dvnlon Pliarr flllllfll'l'SS Snyder Dallas Dallas liar! Worlli .99 'fa 21 .ai , .4 vi Shien Shin Shim Shipl Shipl Shipn Shipp Shire, Shirle Shirle Shirle Shock Shoen Shoen Short, Sh0I'te Shrurr Shufel Shultz Shultz Shultsl Shuma Sllwad Slegel, Slegfl-E J san ADQHM Hlllgnio Fort ahold Worm Dallas Gll lon GW I lf Wollll 'QY6' Shannon, Mary CFU Sharp, Shari CFU Shaw, Larry CFU Shaw, Martha fSophJ Sheely, Tommy CFrj Sheeley Barbara CFU Shelron Jeanette fJrJ Sheldon Cheryl fFrJ Shelton Ahce fFrJ Shelton Robert CSophJ Shepard Wendell CJr Shepelw1ch Dena fFr Shepherd Joseph fFr Shepperd John CJrJ Sherman Arnestus CFrJ Shxelds Judy fJrJ Shlnn Suzanne fFr Shmnarnon Robert CJ r Shlplett Kay fJrJ Shlpley Leonard CFU Shlpman Roger CJD Shlpp Sherry CSophJ Sh1re Stuart fSophJ Shlrley Albert fFrJ Shirley Juanlta fFrJ Sh1rley Rebecca fFr Shockley Carol CSop J Shoemake Becky Fr Shoemake Dwam Fr Short V1Ck1 fJrJ Shorter Linda CFrJ Shrum Becky fFrJ Shufeldt Paul fSophJ Shultz Davld fSophD Shultz Gayle fSophJ Shults Jesse CFrJ Shlunaker Charles CFU Shwadlenak Elalne 1JrJ Slegel Pat CFU slegfmd Dlanna csophy Roswell NM l I Dallas ' Irving Sherman F' ort Worth f- Dallas Dallas Carrollton Fort Worth Fort Worth Wzchzta Falls l Canal Zone Fort Worth Irvmg Gladewater Dallas .--4' C 4.5 be UNDERCLASSMEN Sch Sle Wylie Canton , QD Richardson Temple Lamesa Carrollton Rzchardson ,sv Dallas vi Borger ""' Sherman Dallas K Dumas Dallas , -1' Blanket X r-V M zneola Mg!! Dallas Sherman A'- Dallas "" Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Weatherford Whztesboro Dallas I " ,rut I s lrp' . 5 Inu X - W'-lnfonfl NN w ' pg A -Herqlweuo , N I, J 3. I Rlchmdsoz , s V Q- il V V HOUSPM ,V 4' -+1 Z, . , --... . 7 -4 7 1 " S ' J' I hawaii I 5 7 D , ,VA l Haullas new 5, V ll0ll l , ' Uwulle 1 l fp V V . - ,gg n, pfllln ' l - -a i V r - ., ' . cnaSulme 1 , l . LW , V QV, ' :V 1 r ' " ,J-5 V ,V I l ' WWV Y y . ' 11551 . H 5 , , llullm V V V Rich lon 5 n , Demon ' A - Plan V l Vi ' V mfg" flillvfss ' , ' 'l -. fl 3553-l , , J V , ,J 'r , gmg ' We M5 AV V I ., Dallas ' , ' y ,L 45- , QL ffl , - ' f VV " , if V " ,V ' ' l - J 1 ,Q l . r - L at . 4 V J V V , H ,E .N .VF . . V A . f "" r Y I "' Q V . 3 . , ,. V' Vf Vs S l r. fk l"r I '-,V VVV ,V ,VV Q lryl l . i . , -g I A , ,, , ,f ,Z ' VV V, , Q , 6 V -,. JV ,V,., . ,W W .au A V if 3 . '12 7 fa - '4 '- , - fre-4, ' v ' 1 rg. V 1 V f J V V VMVVVV V ,, 4 1 ,f .X ,, ,.,- f 'r" 1 A ,K L-1 - l 5 7' , , ' , " , 491' ll ,, VV, lx V V : ,,,,, ,V VV fav' ,,,., I jg-V V gf, V V A V 'V V ,f , 1" .U '72':6QLz-f' . V V . 'Nw I y , , UQ ,,., 'P' , f 1 ' j 1 ' 'A' .fa 1-1 ' 7 UQ' , V V V 4. 5 7 V . - V ,L-'V .Vg V l , ' X 'I ,,.1 2 3 .l'l'7Tr5 1. 461 Siegfreid, Patricia C Fri Roswell, N .M . Siegrist. Jack lSophJ . D Irving Siemsexiii Bill lSo1iu7hJ Illalibzziqglalzg ivler. ay ara C rb vor- Sillces. Charlotte CJrj Paris , twin Sikes. Sue CFU San Anfonio 'r - 4, N Simons. Judy QFD Linden -are Q- Simmons, Della iFrJ Houslon 'J' Simmons, Linda CFU Irving Simmons. Sheila QFrJ Dallas Simmonds. Sue Ann LSophl Big S ring li Simpson. Mary LJr3 urs! Simpson, Troy lSophD Irving Sims. David lFrl Denton Sims. Gilbert lFrl Hereford L: ', -uv 0 sims. nil-hard wry hia- .O Sinclerud. Ronnie CFU Clifton fs Singleton. Barbara CFU For! Worth Singleton. Jeff QFD Bridgeporl Soyans. Barbara lSophl Devalur I UNDERCLASSMEN ' ' . Sie-Smi ' t' Singh-tary. Sharon flirl Dallas is L "' ' 'F , Sitton, Larry llirl Dvnlon R' va S ' Sizer. Ellen lSophl Pali-slim' pl. Q Qg, Skaggs. Lynn llfrl Dallas Skrasi-k. 'loan lilrl For! llVor!li lou! .1 A! Skroclzki, Julie lSopliJ Dallas N X - f- f Slate. lflilrleni- 1-lrj Sf7I'lI1gf0ll'll 1:04 -"' ' Sater, aren ll-'rl Dallas Ji J X :ff .,, 1 Slalom, -In Carol Hr! Vernon Slaugxhtf-r, Rain-rt llirl llursl Sl1lf'iull.hvl'INlfs' llfry l"arl Warllz Slvfligs-. Unnnn llfrl Dallas S' Sli-ein-r, -lrm fl"rJ f'1Il'j'l'I1I1l', llfya. Sli-mmfmfe, Sli:-lin llfrp fllifllnnrl Slipnr. l,inrl:i tlfrl Alzilf-nf , 0 in ,9 l 3' 3 -gg Sloan, Vlziiirlin llfri Far! Warlli Sloan. llnuxglrif- llfrl ,lllr-firwgar . . Sloan, Carp' ll-'rp Sl, .Iaf.f'ph, lla, 'Q 4-1' Slow-r, fbnnif- flfrp llrillaf. - Slfl'-'4'f. lg-'nrln llfrp Anrlrrirx Smi Smi Smi Smi Smi Smit Smil Smit Smit Smit i 1 162 Many 46 2 with ul 1 Vo IJ Small Don CSophJ Smallwood VlCk1 CSophJ Smlley Judy CJrJ Smlth Smlth Sm1th Smlth Sm1th Srnlth Smlth Smlth Smlth Smlth Smlth Smlth Smlth Arthur fSophJ Tylez Rzchaz dson Justzn Dallas Baron CFU Oklahoma Czly Okla Ben CFrJ Carol fFrJ Cecella CFrJ Cec1l CJrJ Chanda CFrJ Charles CFU Charles fJrJ Charles fSophJ Charlotte fFrl DaVld CFU Don QFIJ Knox Czty Hondo Dallas Kzrbyuzlle Alvord Pasadena Grand Prazrze Raymondvzlle Tyler Weznert Lake Dallas np. N JIL vi I,- an QR 1 Ulfl lldpy' l ill f' ll i J l Qi 'film Sm1th Smlth Smlth Smlth Smlth Smlth Smlth Smith Smlth lf! Don CJrD Dorothy CSophJ Edward CSophj Forrest CJD Janet CFU Jeanne fJr Jerald CFU Jerry fJrj Juanlta CJIJ Dallas Valley Vzew Arlzngton Dallas Dallas Petersburg Plano Rzchardson Pasadena -15 9 If! -AW -at X Many students never know the1r art1st1c ablllty ur1t1l faced then becomes a major project for candrdates There's often W1th gettmg ready for an elect1on The palntmg of Slg1'1S more pamt on the pamters than on the S1gI'1S A x , -9 x A, ,. S S Smith. , ' ,i 4 Smith. ,fu i 'R Smith. l s ,Y 4 7 2,5 S iw -ul .I N, ' Smith Q1 1 2. I - 'HQ Smithi 7. Q14 1 f '0' r-Q """ Z ' f"""" x..f Smith. Smith. Smith. Smith Smith. Ti 'A Q l' 4-9 0 Larry CFD Larry tSophJ Larry CSophJ Leonard tFrJ Linda tFrJ Lynn tSophl Marguerite CFU Marley tFrl Marilyn tJr5 Michael tJrl Pittsburg Sherman Denton Lewisville Dallas Coleman Dallas W'aco Longview Birm inglzam 1 3 A . Smith, Monte tFrl Farmers Branch f, L f- Q 0 W 4 t -f I smith. Richard tim Grand Pifdlfltt . ,j",,N N, ,S ' " -, Smith. Richard CFU Rolls x ff' -- V 'j', '17 Smith. Robert lJrl Denton -f ' Smith. Rod tFrl Bridgeport ll i X". Smith Ronnie tFrJ l"aru'ell 1 , .Q L +"' 'C -' "' 'B' 5 Smith. Sheila tsopm Fm-1 Wofnl "f 1" ,L A -- --S 1 - Smith, Spencer CFU Dallas "IJ L " M ' ' 'T " Smith. Steve tFrl Dallas X we J K Smith. Suella tFrl Clrowell . " I if ' ' 1' 1 1 - 1 l UNDERCLASSMEN' Sml Ste Smith, 'l'hmn:usim- llfrp Dallas Smith. 'llfillllllfw' ll'ry IJ:-nfon A Smith, 'l'mnmy Maplin liI'1'l'lt'l'lll'lflHl' Smith, Yivkie- tlfrl .Svjvrrzour Smith, XK'illinm ll'rl .Samgrr Smith. Xvllllillll l-lrl llallaa Q i Smith, hvlllllllll lvlrl Qmwn fillj' ' 'S 4- ,pf H Q Smiths-rmxin. XXX'-It-j.' flirt Tnlwrlo .,. 2 f N Snitlvr, Kntlmy llfrr ll'-nlmz ' " ' . fit- snnxvlxg Sllllilfll dlfrl liraml Iilfilflt' X ' I VJ xg VV , QQ' x Srmnflgraw, l':mI t.lrl l-'armrrzs lirmzrlx tv.-.g llvnrv tl"rl 'l'v1arl:mm 3 2 lit-will-ri, .luinu-w I-lrb .llalaanlr 3 1 Q ' H-lvr. Sonllra tSophl lfurl Hlfrflz S Iv' -G wlwr. Sumn llifl linllnt RS!-1 lv"-, lhxxnl mlfru lim., , b S 'hut-ll, K1-1-In flirt ll'1l!,t Ilona! ,Q Q .. ' 'av' L 73' N 'in'-'-Vll, llvh' t-lrl llrgllfgg I fa ' 4 S tk'-'.-'ll XK'.v.'m- 151-I-hs l1,gl,l,-Lt ,,, ' A is '-5 ' ' S htnnr-'l-. lwm- ll-'rl llrgllfg, -" - ' L Nth Al Sc Sc Sc So So So' SP1 Sp Spr Spf Spa Spa Spa Spa Spa Spai Spec Spec Spee Spea Spea: Spea: Specl Speer Spent Spenc Spenc Spink Spiva. Sport, Sprad Spring Splllle Spurg Stacy, Staffor Sllalcul St. Mg Stambc Starnef Staton, Steele, . Steensoz Steensoz Steensoi l X Pl T lille x Dwi, Colllllli lflli gi Olicig frnmm: T . Fagmen BW 'Utd Rai .llflfty Blldgfm la' gl Fort Dall ,. 'a Dall, Cmijl Smi-Ste 4 1 'J I9 1 at 1 l ll F ,. if s Q' I , ls I 4 .3 0 Sonntag, Dolores QFrJ Sorrells, Georganne QFrJ Soules, Richard QFrj Soules, Sue QFrj Southard, Glenda QFrJ Souza, Mary QSophJ Spain, Clyde QF1-J Spain, Janine QSophD Spain, Nancy QSophJ Spann, Carol QSophj Sparger, Joan QJrJ Sparkman, Dan QFrJ Sparkman, Jenny QFrJ Sparks, Jan QFrJ Sparks, Jo QFrJ Sparks, Stephen QSophJ Speck, Ken QSophj Speece, Conrad QFrJ Speece, Jim QJrJ Spears, Becky QSophJ Spears, Francis QFIJ Spears, Tommy QFrJ Specht, Nancy QSophJ Rockdale Dallas Dallas Dallas Fort VVorth Dallas Dallas Decatur Ferris Cleburne Bedford Sanger Denton Dallas Dallas Denton Denton Denton Denton Burleson Fort Worth San Antonio Selman City Speer, George QFrJ Dublin Spence, Jean, QFrJ Van Alstyne Spencer, Richard QFrD Plains Spencer, Stephen QSophJ Berwyn, Pa. Spinks, Lynda QFrj Houston Spiva, Sue QSophj Abilene Sport, Kay QFrJ Greenville Spradley, Janice QJrJ Inglewood, Calif. Springfield, Jeanne QJrJ Corpus Christi Spuller, Sharyn QJrb Denton Spurgin, Stephen QFrJ Garland Stacy, Marvin CJI, Dallas Stafford, Pamela QJrJ Dallas Stalcup, Dickie QFID Fort Waflll St. Martin, Charlotte QJrJ Grand Prairie Starnbough, James QSophJ Dallas Starnes, Jerry QFrJ Grapevine Staton, Camelia QFrJ DallaS Steele, Jonathan QFrJ ' Dallas Steenson, Margaret QFrD Richardson Steenson, Richard QSophJ Richardson Steenson, Scott QFrJ lfaan ' Jr. lr- 5 ,1 I V".FV 119, ., 1 g nv , A ll J.: x' fl' 9' 49,6 '44 -. i rx! 'A Ns" nf 3 ,J-1 f. KJ 415 '-af f-J li 'f o6N glld Q 'N K2 ," ip, M I W., , x 5 4? ' 2- - M , V , I, H , ,L K 6, f Til lf! Y . -'F - 1. 3 I -A .-J --' 4 fa: IRAN 415 NA fx ri' ,, .1 4' 'Qi v l f'4'l 'A ' . -r"", vp, - J, , I ,,,. X I ,f - " ,- ffffv, l V my ev- vw, J wc' 4'6.,',-ia ' jwswv , -' wi 55' ' B' ,Q ,, .. rr , A J, gi . W 4 fx GN J , 1 "'4 'rev' 1 ,at and 1--. , 1 .' t M 1 ,si-:Eel train , " ,f 5 ' 'lf z A Q H. . ,aw avg ,,, wage ,t -- 1 F -' , l't 52" Q F' l M , ,'Q, A ,L l.. F fl ml 1 I 465 C f-:bmw Q if ' 5 X v -N' ue Q . ' Q' 'f S f ' . 5 I .fr -.A U N DE RCLASSM EN: Ste-Sum if x QQ' g-KV, '2 A atrial .p' K' . Steger. Tom QFrj Stelding. Vicki QFr3 Stengel. Donald QFrJ Steph! Jimmy QFrl Stephens. Janice QFrl Stephenson. Ronald QFrl Stephenson. Sandra Kay QF Sternberg. Sandra QFrl Stevens. Gail QFrl Stevens. flarnes Qtlrl Stevens. Surah QSoplil Stevens. 'llaniar QFrl Stewart. Kathy QFrl Stewart. Lililuy QFrl Stewart. llunielzi Qflrl Stiles. Connie Qlfrl Stiles. Gln-nrln QFrl Stiles. Mary Qflrl Stinnett. lliclinrrl Qlfrl Stipe, Snvnnnv Qlfrl Slcwlilull. 'llvrry' Q.lr7 Stull. Ray QSupl1l Stone. lla-tty t'lrJ Stunt-. llc-tty' t.lrJ Stunw, llzlvicl ll7rl Stone, John Ql"ry Storey. Ann QSuplil Sturm. lXl1lI't'lZl Qlfrl Stuusr-. Sli:-rriv t-lrl Stunt. Allen Qlfrl l Stovall. -lnlm tlfrl Of Stow-r. Vyntliizn Qlfrj A -f Stow-r, Sunrly' lfinplij . H' , -y Stfv.-.wg llzm llfrl v' 'P if 7 Strnrlf-r. Vxntliiu llfrl lo it 1 Q 1 .. -f .0 g, Strzullejg Kenneth llfrp If ' Strain, Vnrwl t-lrn H 7 7 Strnngf-. -lurly lSnpl1j A 'V' , f A Strung'-, Karen Annf- tlfrl Str:an5:f-, llfflv-rr tl-'rp at -560 Dallas Hurst illason A lvord Texas City .llidland rl Dallas Waco Fort lVortl1 L071f,'l'lt"ll' fiGlIlt'Sl'lllt' Slivrman Clzfton Dallas Dallas Sanger' Qiranrl Prairir' Dallas llvnlon Q'lvl111rm' ICI Paso lgQllflIl1Ul'4', illfl, l"nil'fif'l1l J I urls Dallas ,'lf'l4HQ'U lV.vl1'r Qirzlvsrillf' lVr-r1ll1r'rforrl l"m'I lllnrllz '4'Ull Qlllv. N.-I. l"ulfurriu.w llullu.-. lx'1'f'h11rfl.wl1 Nnrnnrl nrmvrs lffflllfll l,rmr-rlstwr l,!llll"QI.'ill'f A bilrfnff llwrvforrl T gfraflgiy snail 8 J gliibllllg StriCkhn' Stricklin, 5"l'1geri1 Strmgfe Stripllng' Slrvflgf James Strumallt Slrothei, ,e I Stroud, Sw K I Stuart. Jane, smart, MBU l Stuck6Y, Beth K Sludley, Paul Q Sturdy, Lowe sums, Jun tJr Sayrsky, John l Sublette, Micha Sullins, Dienna Sullivan, Charle Summers. Karel Summitt, Nanq I .5 4 ...., l A 5 3,31 .- IQ 1 ff? if 'T X l . W .fu fs The In t HIPS Sche U' Crand , ,I 1. P lf'll'0lF V f eflf Strange Tommy fSophj Strayhorn Rebecca fFrJ Strelt Bonney fJrJ Strlbhng Zena CSophJ Strlcklln Cathy CJrJ StI'1CkllI'l Ellen CFU Strmger Kenneth CFU Strlngfellow Susan CFU Stflpllng Bettye fFrJ Strong James fJrJ Stroman Wllllam CSophJ Strothel Sandra fFrJ Stroud Susle CSophJ Stuart Jane CFU Stuart Mary fFrJ Stuckey Beth CSophD Studley Paul fJrJ Sturdy Lonnle CFU Stutts Jlm CJD Styrsky John fSophJ Sublette Mlchael fJrj Sullms Dlenna fJrJ Sulllvan Charles CFU Summers Karen CFrD Summ1tt Nancy CJrJ Lancaster Carrollton Vernon Denton Garland Garland Garland Houston Dallas Dallas Lameta Dallas Dallas Dallas Paris Tyler San Antonzo Dallas Dallas Aledo Tyler Dallas Sznton Dallas Dallas I Y' 'Riu vf-I 0,1 5 '11 Nl 'aug Jl U The most lmportant perlod on almost every North Tex afternoon the booths are contlnuously filled W1th students an s schedule 1S h1s U B hour From early mormng to late and faculty takmg a break from the rout1ne of class 4 7 ' 1 J Q-9 -.J fu! ,-L .r I X IJ, T4 fy sn ,. - 1 Ponder Denison Fort Worlli Far! Worllz Dallas l'1rl'l lIl'lll Dallas A hhillfrr fl llullllwll ,Till lil!! rlsnll l.f'Jf.':lif11 l'1:smlwnf: 11:1 l slmrfv 1 1 lliil 1N ill lil:-foil Hills ll rl f ll lr N:rf:r:f,'. Nh .xvllll llffufcw llnllrzs ll. 1 rjlli llljfagx, 6 I Q ,gl Zi? L L... 014 ,.--s- 4- I Q." 1-f' T"P I. "zu .jj b i D I if Q f' T f ff 1 'A v--0 R I 'li f 4-di Sutton, Gary lFrJ Sutton. Tom lFrh Swafford. Curtis lJrJ Swain. Susie- lFrh Swaim, Tom QS-ophl Sztcitvr. -Marilyn lJrh Swzmmn. Lois lFrh Swc-att. Dennis QFD - Swcatt. Patricia. lFrh Swoviioy. Clmrlvs 13011115 Swa-011033 Blivlizwl llfrl S-wool. Donald HTH Sworlwoofl. Ulivryl lFrh Symns. Philis .Fri 'l':1fl. -lnnicv lSoplih Takzics. Kat hy llfrl 'l':ilI:int. Larry lSoplih Tzillzis, Mary lSoplih Tzillmi. Lindam llfrl Tzirrzirit. Susan lSuplih Tzitv. Martha lSuplih 'll:iluni. Billie- lSoplih 'l':lx'lur. Dun llfrl 'l':ly'lm'. llunmi ll"rh 'l':1x'lnr, Clurx' ll"rh , A, Waco Dallas Fort l'VOI'l'l1 Saratoga. Calif. Dallas Gainvsziillf' Dallas Dallas Dallas Big Spring Dallas Irving Dallas Dallas For! hVurll1 lVa.1'al1ac'liiv lJvru'c'r, C'olo. lfarl Worth llursl Dvnion Juslin Dallas Vvga Ix'1'llf'r ll,l'l'llUl'!lSUll -xv --1 9. IW"- l 'Zi sh 'Hrs 1 'bf r 51 Karen if 101 a iofoohhh fffflihfrf ffl rF Tak, Carfly T Y ' lJ Cifflfhla ll , p, I iiiilford, Laglnd . eallxi Thing Swoehffor Tlll ' S9 l Sf Tl1ilPen'JerrylF T Thomas Fade lil Alilllllllasi Lynne Thomas, Mike TSO Thomas, Richard 4 Thomas, Tressa CF Thomason, Mary B Thomason, Toby TS Th0H1oS0n,Aim QF TTWUPSOH, Brenda lh0'UPS0H,Caro1 lj Th0H1Pson, Carol T ThompS0n, Carolyr Tllfllllilson E11 HEEPWH, Kaiiiii PM Katheri lh0fDi1son,Li 1 da Tll0lI1pS0ny Th 011: Mi 11 hhlmpsoni Mighgg Thoigpmni Nancy Tllfimggg' Iglila 1 Tho Th , 4 hhllffgjgn, zga T4 Tilllfllel' l u Y mlafl, Nfjras mpS0n S 91 ,r- WG, D -7 , F ffl, Mlfallll wi Y n,,Q Cullum. Dwi, I gli, l l - Gill, Big gm Dull, living Dlllllg D! 1 PON llluxalafhf Denver. Fall. Fort Worth Hung Demo' lusm Dallas Veg: Kill: Richavdvan in V, N 6 if In 4 lf gal . 45 ,ll 9 -1 I A X ,a 4 Temple, Karen CSophJ Terrell, Andrea CFU Terry, Paul fFrJ Tey, Larry Url Tharp, Carolyn fSophJ Tharp, Cynthia fJrJ Thetford, Larry 1Frj Thibodeaux, Brenda CFU Thiede, Steve fFrj Thigpen, Denise CJrJ Thigpen, Jerry fSophl Fort Worth Big Spring Hillsboro Dallas Hurst Abilene Graham Orange Lewisville Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Thomas, Ferle CFrJ Dallas Thomas, Jerry fFrJ Dallas Thomas, Kathryn fFrJ Dallas Thomas, Lynne CFU Amarillo Thomas, Mike CSophj Hallsville Thomas, Richard CJrJ Midland Thomas, Tressa CFD Midland Thomason, Mary Beth CFU Abilene Thomason, Toby CSophJ Denton Thompson, Ann CFU Pittsburg Thompson, Brenda CFU Denton Thompson, Carol fFrJ Denton Thompson Carol fJrJ Bonham Thompson, Carolyn fFrJ Plano Thompson, Eileen CFU Dallas Thompson, Karen fSophj Fort Worth Thompson, Katherine CFU Irving Thompson, Linda fFrJ Austin Thompson, Michael CFU Dallas Thompson, Michael CFU Beaumont Thompson, Michael fFrJ Gatesville Thompson, Nancy fFrJ Carrollton Thompson, Nila fFrj Lubbock Thompson, Rosemary QSophl Clifton Thompson, Sam CFU DOUG-S Thompson, Zana CFrJ Rotan Thornton, Carla CFU Ori Worth Thurber, Jodi QFD W0ShUlgf0fy, D-C- Thurman, Nora fFrJ St. LOUIS, M0- hu:- N..- 5. K A 'E ' XM ww, -Q. - I . 4.1, -Eg , QR UNDERCLASSMEN: Slut-Thu V fill' ' X " '- 'za J I , 2. 11.1 ,pg ,,,, " l . +9 7' I I y I 2- ki K ,J ' .-w-X Y L K "r 7 9 - y' ' ,. I A- 'W . r ' "' ' ...hs- ,N f i ' rg - , 1 . H' f X Irv f ,mi ,ii N . g w 'N 4 , ,. , 2 , , 'X - 415. 1 " "' Isp . I-1-. xl' rj -.Qi W ew I V it rf fp , 4 , 1. fl 9 - "'!le. '45 V317 4:9 ir, f' , ,f l ff I A if ,J if at A 469 el ,, 4sa y A, . '91 -up 3 32 7 f'f s?" f . , 2 -Q' ...Q Z 54 p "' " 5' .loo .,, P 'L Y' . Q-'U - It Q , I Q mme' -if , 'YP K' i ri lf' Q 3 5 K ""1i :ir ' ,TQ iff A " ! jig Q A Y- V7 AAA i UNDERCLASSMEN: Tic-Upt - -. Tichavsky. Joyce CFU Tidwell. Hershel CFU Till. Sandra lFrD Tillery. David fFrJ Timmons. Robert CSoph5 Timpa, Gerald lJrl Tinney. Lynda iFrl . Tinnin. Carolyn QJrl Tinsley. Anne QFrl Tippens. Brenda QSophl Tipton, Karen QSophJ Tittle, Mel QSophl Tobin. Allen lFr5 Tobias. Jerry Url Tobim. Larry Url Tobola. Carolyn LFrl Toslclq Ann QSophJ Tozlcl, Janet dFrJ Toclcl. Judith KSophJ Todd. Mildred lJrJ f Abbott Hooks lllarshall Lewisville Hurst Dallas W in nsboro Austin Fort Worth Dallas lVG.1'UllGCl1.lt' Brady Dallas Lyons. Kan. Lyons, Kan. lllosquilv Plano Dallas Bonham Garland For! Worllc rdf c Linda 1 r, lj! l . I nn nic na 11105192 R2Ild:'irJ, . u 1 ,r fro nm: f n,csn1Ufg0,r 'nn Tumefr Michael fl'-Y UU? Um Ur' I r 1 TUIHEU Tami? Elph nnnfr dame' li Turns' 1 Tnneng. John lsgpg 't Ty 3r1,M3l'Y ou nddidwflk WU. Underwood, Claqdln Underwood, Dmd Underwood, Harriefl Unger, Ed Url Upchurch, Ann lFrJ Upchurch, Carolyn U 1 Upton, Jimmy lFrJ -:an 1 ' , , , fr N 4 loclcl, Stamm KSophl in J. -' . Tomlin. Joseph lFrJ Berlin, N.fl. v ' 1 ' -if Tompkins, Johnny fSophJ Dcnlon il ' Tompkins, Ralph QFD Saginaw A 1 'l'ouc'hstono, Lana CSophl Wylir' h , ,cl f fr A - 1 if , Toups, Kathleen CFU For! Wm-ch ' ' Townzen,.Pat fFrJ Bowic' gli, Travis, Diana fS0phJ Dallax 59 Travis, Terl fSophl f,'orsic'ana ,A V Trevmo, James Url Eclinlzurg X. . 5. gang X 4, ' 'l'rc-vino, Ruby l5oph7 Edinburg 7 4: 4: A F- Tribblc-, Susie- f-lrl Dallas , -4 r l :N 'Q' " Trislc-r, Richard fFrJ l"o1'l Worllz Qff' ' 7 I 'I'rlic-a. Sharon fSophl Dallas Y-' Trottc-r. David lSophl llrfnlon K in g 1 5 l ' 'l'rottc-r. Kay lSophj Denton Trouppy, Dunvan l-lrl Wichita Falls 77 I f 'l'rull, Fra-cllyn flfrj lllifllolhian from -3 f Tubbs. Bobbi Sure lFrJ Abilcnl' ' Q Bly? ,IlllC'kf'T, -Iurly lSophJ Sherman T X' 4lihn..-32' XAIII IILL Gnu A nc U out -170 'Ufdh Tex Of t 38 ,phyk d lSor1 I UG u wn , 4 f' Tucker Lmda CJrJ TUdO1 John fJrJ Tuomey Davld CFU Tumbow Randy CSophJ Turner Charlw CJrJ Turner Turner Turner Turner Turner Turner Turner Turner Turner DQDHIS CFU Elton fFrJ L1nda fJrJ Mlchael CFU Jlm CFU Rlchard CSophJ Sue CJrj Tanya CJrj James CSophJ Turns Sklp CSophJ Tuveng John CSophJ Twyman Mary Sue fFrJ Tyler Frank fFrJ Underwood Claud1a CFU Underwood Davld CFU Underwood Harrlett CJ1' Unger Ed CJrJ Upchurch Ann 1Fr Upchurch Carolyn CJrJ Upton Jlrnmy QFD Fort Worth Odessa Fort Worth Haskell Hzllsboro Dallas Denton Dallas Dallas Denton Tyler Lewzsvzlle Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Sprlngtown Clzfton Dallas H zllsboro Tyler M Ldland Rlcharclson Denton South Plazns X gn 'K -fx-1 ,rv- 432 43 -:UP "'F" "LJ" QQ 41? S-.-I ni S I Gettmg out of the football and basketball rut, wresthng tennls tencmg and several types of so North Texas physlcal educat1on program offers c1aldanc1ng 1n 1tS requ1red curnculum A7 g Q ?r fff. 152 f 4 51--.S i Urbanovsky, June CF1-3 Mesquite .17 Utley, Steve CFM Dallas Uzzi. Suzanne fSophD ' Houston Van Natta, Linda lFrJ allzneral Wells Van Orden. Valorie CFU Tampa I ' ' X 7 5:2 J '- Van Ostrancl. Dean lJrj Irving Van Zandt, Robert CSophl Galveston Van Zandvoorcl. Sharon CFU Irving I Valentine. Sandy QFD Dallas Vance, Nancy CFU lllesquitc Vance, Stephen lJrJ Richardson ' eq: Q' Vanderweide, Dana lFrJ Dallas 5 Vann. Carol lFrl Ardmore, Olcla. l 123- Vann. Robert CJrl Hot Springs, Arla. l K V "' 1' Varflell. Don lFrj Dallas ., 1 Q 9 Y --.l' , .Y 1 L'-'-1 l i x i in , 4, " Vaughan, Carol lSophl Hurst , W ll S v Vaughan, David lFrl Mona! Pleasant 'iff .7 I - Vaughan, Marilyn lJrl Burlcburnell if - Vaughn. Janet lFrl Greenville' Vapght, George QFD I?or'lsa'all f 5 liij, 41' 'ta Yi-ul, l,iIH1t'lZl ll' rl Ya- , 4 . lillia-rio l-lrl rp,.lr.i, f Ya-ragsili. lla-ny ll"rl Yvrlnmli-r, hlmron ll' rl : .nmlil Ya-rwn 'Xl irliu lr' 1 Yl'I'X'llll' Vlilloral lSnp l Yvsl. l'lix'llis ll' rl Ya-lsznl llra-mln ll- rl Y. X.. wars, llwln-rl ll'rl ll'lllI'. 'lurlitli 4-lrl Yulnl Xlflil l-lrl Yiaxm-, Sliirlvy ll'.l'l Yinso n, iliris ll'rl Yisviiiim-, Louis 1-Ira Ylllluw Ql1l'I'l'X' lgsllllll X. X. X. X. 2 us U NDERCLASSMEN: Urb-Wad l,l'll'lSl'l.Hl' l.arr'rla Dallas Burnwl Dallas Dallas f'l'O1l'lP.X' Dallas fllylll' Dallas liriflgwpnrl Furl lV0l'll1 l"url lllorlli lfurl ll"0l'll1 Sulplzur Springs Yitopil. llnrlmrn tmlphb ln Na lra ll rl luv' Q. VH' . 'Q 0310 Q' -i-s .-Xu Illillllli'-127111, lyllffl lla im, .lalm l-lrl lang.-rs f ily, ,llarli llvlla' cwlphl .elrlznplon ls lr U l r 4. xlll' I. l f F552 2 -.'Jv4l' ,A-PH ful "" --0 W' 4-""' 4-6 ' 3 .,.. I . Nl- .71 fi - 7 J ip? 9 I- ln. .-.l-A Q'-is-.,... if 1- "' .st '31 i , , 2 Q J' A . I I . ,.,,P I 4 T. an 4--6 a, M 4 l ..,-, z I l W V 1. If K A x is.: Q fffndg- .319 ,iii---Q Judl 'lfllf aaag Thelllfia ,pa lll ' Mm, all 225311, Judl r , l are Y, lggaaffaglg Rialdfllpi llll lilllipllefh 'JI' Rl 1 ffm Walleff Billy lfn llllllleli B 7 IJ l' Walllefl ll Y V llillll' cada' 'ffl nl' r., Walker, Jane lelfl , wana, Ronald la Waker, Shawl? 'P' ll'aller,T0mm1e 'Pl wana, Calla' 'lf' Wallace, Jeanne IPF l Wallace, Peggy lsffllll Wallace, Robert lJ r 1 Walling, Jane lSoph W Wallis, Diane l J Il Wallis, Jim lSophl lllllfm, James lJrl Wallis, William lFrl Wallwork, Wallv My Walsh, Elaine lFrl Walston, William Q llalllmi Barry lJli tlyallllall, Katha, UI lard, Barbara' apr Ward, B llill' lm? alll. Ward! Limmfel' lSa Ward' lllda apr, i Llllda Ward lgafnalvlllqjig asa, lvlrwafbarg Wre1ng,LeN ,le HTHEP, A1VinO15F Jane CSophJ lf, D-H I, llinerlw, lg, lr lil 1,1 W lllpj Gllrsyf lrs l Dil Ulf:-V I HMM l vi ,. D., .-lrjmm, Q v, th' Slmni' if Sl, .Ti lf .llUMl Pigs. Bllllav- ni ,5, Glflji Pf- L . l:.c,' l M 1 ,I all ff, l 3,1 4 , I I 1 I .4 ,mi -,L Hr Waddle, Judy fSophJ Wade, Carolyn CJrJ Wade, Thomas CSophj Wages, Marsha CFrJ Wagnon, Judy CFU Wahrmund, Tena CFU Walden, Richard fFrj Waldrop, Robert fS0Dhl Waldrup, Linda fFrJ Walker, Beth CJD Walker, Betty CFrj Walker, Billy fFrJ Walker, Carolyn fJrD Walker, Charles fJrJ Walker, Cyndy CFU Walker, Walker, Jane CJrJ Ronald fSophJ Walker, Sharon CFrJ Walker, Tommie CFU VVallace, Cathy CFU Wallace, Jeanne fFrJ Wallace, Peggy CSophJ Wallace, Robert fJrJ Walling, Wallis, Diane fJrJ Wallis, Jim fSophJ Wallace, James fJrJ Wallis, William CFU Wallwork, Wally fJrJ Walsh, Elaine QFD Walston, William fSophJ Walters, Barry' fJrJ Walters, Sandra CSophJ Walthall, Kathy Url Ward, Barbara fFrJ Ward, Beverly CFD Ward, Donna fSophJ Ward, Jennifer CSophD Ward, Linda fFrj Ward, Linda CJrJ Ward, Lynda CSophJ Wardlaw, Mary CSophJ Ware, Barbara fSophJ Wareing, LeNoir CFU Warner, Alvin QFD Jeferson Dallas Dallas Orange Dublin Houston Dallas Fort Worth Grapevine Houston Fort Worth Waco Dallas Texarkana Paris Fort Worth Fort Worth Sherman Fort Worth Dallas Galveston Gainesville Cleburne Dallas Fort Worth Richardson Arlington Denton Dallas Dallas Pontiac, Ill. Dallas Fort Worth Fort Worth Mineral Wells Hurst Duncanville Dallas Hurst Gainesville Cleburne M exia Dallas Crockett Dallas z I , Lk: X X1 f SQ , L . -Q"Nlf, ,LH fl 1 43? 1 40 'C V rr' ,T-Lg R l M ., Y gf' .QA x 2 'K I is A I V A5 V F xA , n-S 0, X J : 'Sv T., l'--an "' 'O' -I .- cn' 1- Xi K v 1-W, Y . ,N . -, N Q. vu' 2 gi hsA"-e- Q fj ? gl , ' . l fag . W . ,V DQ-Q., , X!! . 1 ,f 1: ,i - ,,,,,h M I Q5 sa xc- Q ' A R 1, NC' 'N' . ' ' " '54 i ts f, ,,, , vi " 9 , .9 JJ? dvtv. - ,X A, lisa-'sas it ' ' A L V I f Yam -6403! ,IJ-pg bah '5' jg F50 I 'Y' 'nv-'xi' 435, r W' .N wiv . . ff.zlw2wl A -it 9 s '+G' . ,ox ff- , an Q ,WTR Q Flirt? 7-Yi is vafpl 1 V , Q19 if-ff. WS 'Li AL J , ,f"'N1'1, if Lg 'll it 47 if , le-9 .dl . LT ul , 4 W f' V i A I W 4.52 J..-,VX 'acer H s is .9 ' 9 v-. P X l ' ' - X . ,N-1 j Ip :,- . , ., 1' ev .1 U N DERCLASSMEN: War-Whe Am if ,,rx ., i fp' ,Lf if 1? IL A A , A X ' ,, ' -Q. Us O 1' KW I w-"7 K I fl! I Wy . A 5 all .u A J 5' is 1, 3 W' Iv- SA M ,cn . ,. A , 6 H I ,Ks , Ay n'v '.'f' , ,H , '. , g- V, W ,xt - f" 5 - "" '-9 m4 ' '- , ,,, ,, e' -174 Warren, Carolan CFrl Warren, Cecil CSophl Warren, Helen fFrl Warren John CFrl Warriner, Jane lSophl Wash, Sandra lSophl Washington, Carolyn QFrl Washmon, Terri Url Waters Carol Jr , C l Waters, Patsy Url Waters, Philo Url Watkins, Felton lSophl Watkins, Patricia CFrl Watkins, Rich CSophl Watson, Barbara Url Watson Watson Watson: Watson Watson: y Gail lSophl Juanita CFrl Kathy CFrl Larry Url Larry lFrl Watson, Patty lFrl Way, Carolyn lFrl Watrous, William fFrl Weatherford, Lucia fSophl Weatherford, Lynn Url Weathers, Billy lSophl Wheatley, Sheila lFrl Webb, Elvin Jean lFrl Webb, Judy CFrl Webb, Patricia Url Webb, Sylvia lSophl Webster, Sheila lFrl Wefel, Robert fFrl Wehmann, Jimmy CFrl Weibel, Deanna lSophl Weinheimer, Anne Url Vlfeiss, Shirley lSophl Welch, Charles lFrl VVelIs, Mary lSophl VVells, Nloflie Url Irving 1 Dallas Wichita Falls Decatur Denison Kermit Galveston. Fort Worth, Poolville Fort Worth Fort Worth g Lnflcin Dickinson Dallas Abilene Dallas Irving Dallas lllesqzlile Saginaw Orange Dallas Glen Ellyn, Ill. Paris, France Dallas Carrollton Houston Tyler Abilene Paris G arlan rl Irving Springfield, Va. Fort Worth Denton Corpus Cl1I'l6ll Seymour Carrol I l on Dal las Brownwood , A ll' Wells, iveHSd1j,chf1g,, 16 llifefflhlalevifl' Wal' Da fFrl iles? 3353 lgolih lil Rolfgnlf lf xvebsleff I Lyflem Westefneldv Allar xvenofelgffyri W ttelflu- , lVilzel,L01l lflgopi Welzel, Lows- ' lSf Whalen, Palma Whaley Deborah if Whatlel, New W Whatley,R0fm1e ff Wheat, Sharon UNC Wheeler, Barbara l- Wheeler, Betty lSopl Wheeler, Carol lSop. Wheeler, Gayle lFrl Wheeless, Patty lSop Whetstone, Penny le WW ,M e Ill! . r Fifi? ' V-1 -1, -e 1 I , . 3' 1.5! .i , ,f '1 I lil 'SIA 3, A ll ,Kie- .' 1 ku , fi, 31 'r ' alfa: 6 hr 1ii"l r digg' l ' Hi. V, 55, KM 6 Q' ULF infix .. 51 e ll- iff" - lr Q' .' lfi-if ,- .1321 it ,fsvl 7 lil lill'K.Vj5'5,-ff : fl ze- A ff ff? -.rr 'Quill igffix 1 4,1 E-1? kk. ' 4.13 E ni K ' Q.-4 v,. H. ' lx FQ-'. BMW' ' x Q ,swim K if lm '4 H mlllq Diff' ig, lf, Gala-1, Fm lg P Pctl' wr, Poll llpy lf N llcfg A555 U12 lr. D11 SEQ Url li Gfm lllll Pats, F DL: fd fL'lfj' 13: A51 P4 L. V, f W mfr! Sp MEL I .if www fp? I 56,1 fmt W I Wells, Richard CJrJ Brownwood Wells, Suzanne fJrJ Lindale Wendler, Chris CFU Plano - , Wesatzke, Sarah fSophJ Houston gl X -f ' West, David CSophJ Fort Worm - ' 4 . I Cfxfkfi W t, James fFrJ Cleburne 1 Wit, James fSophJ Dallas 1. ' 7' fl "' Y . - P 'Q West, Robert CJrj Dallas I Webster, Jimmy fFrJ Garland "1" Westerfield, Lynette CFU Crawford Westmoreland, Allan fSophJ Waco 3 i Wetterau, Kit fFrj Los Angeles, Calif. H ' Wetzel, Lois CFU Carrollton -1 Wetzel, Louise fSophJ Dallas Whalen, Patricia fSophJ Weatherford X n 9 , X Whaley, Deborah fFrJ Fort Worth Whatley, Norma fJrJ Seymour Whatley, Ronnie CFU Abilene Wheat, Sharon CJD Waco N7 Wheeler, Barbara fSophJ Cleveland Wheeler, Betty fSophJ Dallas S' i X . A Q Wheeler, carol fSophD Dallas , rg ' T- 5 1 r Wheeler, Gayle fFrj Roanoke ' A . 'Y' , Wheeless, Patty CSophJ Grand Prairie '5' f, ' W j' Whetstone, Penny CJD Dallas , s f ' X , H, .. .,V.,. -,,,,.,,,,l,,2,,iii-, I. ,.., J, V A Scrappy the Symbol of S f ' f r as r f r X ' --,L-HY ' . . I s M '- North Texas, rldes high r 'lsf , on a wave of crepe paper 'fist it 7"-Tit, nn along the Homecoming mi siil P - M parade. The float was the ' ,, ' A Alpha Phi sorority entry. 2- 4'3- V -4 'TZ' -J 1.47 2 of' 1 A'A -an? --a uv 1,,, 'Q SR' -1. 'Y A , .3 S dx Y ii V, xvlllilllllll, Sandra lI"rJ Dallas NW:-:la-rliolrl, I-lc-lc-n lSophl Irving XVigunfl, GI4-nrlzl lI"rl Dallas NVip1gins, l,invillc- lSophl Slwrnzaln VVillmurn, llivlizxrrl llfrl Grand Prairu' XVila-ox. Ilium- llfrl Dallas XYilm-ull. 'Flu-lmn llfrl Terrell VK'ilvux, Russ lSuplil .llvsqullv XYilrlm:m, -lam-l I-lrl XVil1-v, f'lu-rvl lfioplil U llvy, l' lvlvll ll' Fl XYill-yy Larry llfrl XX'ila-yy l':ilrivi:1 lSophl XYilvv, Slum' lSuphl Xyllllllv, llvli ll'1I'l xx-lllill'lS. l:lll'I'l'il1lwlI'l'l Hilkirms. ll-rrx' ll'rl XYill4iiwir1, -lulin rSfiplil XYillm-Y, llmrlinm l-lrl XX s 'illi:ims. .-Xmgiv afliplii 476 Arziws. lozrn l1'1'r'l1lla lfalls valllv, lVflSl1. l.11 lzlmrl: lllllslioro lfort li'0rIli I"nl'l li'Ol'll1 l'4orl llforlli llonslon EI fvflllljlb Harlan rf Slrfrvrzlll' il Lrg- -, L P Q2 xi -QW' A49 af, Qfflaii 5 we-Q, Whipple, Laura lSophQ Whitaker, 'Michael lFrJ Whitby, Pam lFrJ White, White, White Alvin lFrD Constance CFU Gary lSophJ x ff Arlington Fort Worth Dalhart Mineola Benton, I ll, Grand Prairie Whitei Kay lJrJ Sherman, White Linda lJrj Denison White, Lezely CFU Temple W'hit,e, Paulette lSophD Houston White, Rita CFU Little Rock, Ark. White, Rodney lJrl Denton White, Susan lFrl Dallas White, William lSophj Midland Whitecotton, Mike lFrl Bowie Whiteside, Joyce lSophJ Fairfield Whitlock, Carolyn CFU Bells Whitlock, Mary Ann lFrJ Denton Whitlock, Robert lSophJ Dallas Whitsitt, Gayle lFrD Jaclssboro Whitson, Sarah lFrl Denton Whitten, Pamela CSophJ San Antonio Whittenburg, Samuel lFrJ Amarillo Whitton, Sharon lFrj Hurst Whitworth, Carla CFU Sonora fn -.su I A li ,J Hr' I Q ,S - as QA .. - M-. I. an-I Q 1. Qin ,ggi ups, N Atl" vi fx 45 gif Y v-Q' -t'N A ,... -'N-11' "? I vo as illifli . H , lviwams' Dum, llilllamiwfl lf ivilllfjilafold will . JI , Jadfle r P lilhajllsa es l iuiamsl es lf llluilms lamaia ft Wjlllfi-ms' K , dy llfl lV11llam5'Ju k' f5' illlans' William ff lllllaml Mari' lf' ' Mary ffl, lllillian1s,M?TY QU L Williams, Mllift lb0P1- Williams, Patrick ltr Williams, Patty lFri Williams, Rita lSopn Williams, Ronald ll' r l W1l11H111S, Wayne lSo Wllli W p I lamson, Donna 1F lllllllmson, Jeffrey if lllilliamson, Linda IM wif'-1115-on, Ronald ,Q lHlaU1S0l1, Sal- FK' llmllngllam- Elelki' Willigy Url 'lS0phl W" - . lllll' vm Url lvllon' Bath lFrl lllilsog' lsophl Wilsonlb .l0fte lg avid QPU Ol Wilson . , D . lJ r l . lF llilsollf, Iilglflolsiligobh Tl A Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Billie QSophJ Dennis QJrJ Durwood QSophJ Gary QSophl Harold QSophJ Jackie QJrj James QFrJ James QJrJ James QFrJ Claudi-a QSophJ Judy QJrJ Mackie QSophJ Marilyn QFrJ Mary QFrJ Mary QFrJ Williams, Mary QJrJ Williams, Mike QSophJ Williams, Patrick QFrD Williams, Patty QFrJ Williams, Rita QSophJ Williams, Ronald QFrJ Williams, Wayne QSophJ Williamson, Donna QFrj Williamson, Jeffrey QFrL Williamson, Linda QSop D Williamson, Ronald QSophJ Williamson, Sara QF1-J Willingham, Eleanor QJrJ Wills, Dorothy QJrl Willis, Paula QSophJ Willis, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson Wilson Wilsonf Wilson Virgil QJ r Beth QFrg Billy QSophD Charlotte QSophJ David QFrj David QJrJ Freida QSophJ Gail QFrJ Harold QSophb Jan QFi-J Cleburne Corsicana Borger Princeton Denton M unday Lancaster Dallas Tyler Denton Wickett Bryan Marshall Dallas Dallas San Antonio Tyler Irving Fort Worth Waco Dallas Sherman Fort Worth Mesquite Snyder Dallas Graham Dallas rand Prairie Dallas Graham Dallas Dallas Denton Fort Worth Weatherford Ennis Whitewright Greenville Dallas Q f f - 2 ' 'x -4- . AL -.ff T W.,-1 ,fd I .?'9 5' A -vi .Q , w' 5,1 4:11. . eA,Sx .ar UNDERCLASSMEN: Whi-Wil '? 5 X sv A 'lm-.af Y ii 5 J ' ' 0 PJ , H? x - f X2 Q . A I lf ? ,. '.: '23 in 1: 8,1 ' , 1 5: 4 f .,p' - ' -.. ' ' ' ' L ' , elf '11, . jim ' if A Xx 55-ig" ,-ri 'VIII' .fffou N . . 'S-W V5-- 'T l,cA,.,y 15 :fins 477 4 ' C Y, ix ' A if AQ, pf' I f 1 A Rl il A QL 1 ., f ,.' Y- , 'va Y 9 ., . 1 sb-aff 43 ,i ,l lil I1 .9'9' - - .-5. . . A N - , I ' 'J 'x ,ri F ' 'w ' CE t rn I 'qu' 'A f rv A ' I ,F 'rn X t 1 Gu UNDERCLASSMEN: Wil-Yar 4 . Iv' all fi? ' 1 4.4 . is 7' 'Y-Q! Qi t ,-nv -4' 14 1f' --1.1 - ja , AAF I , V V -4 - ,V -Q ,. .L I Cs :E T 'v , - . Q l b ,1- .9 fi YC fl. ..- .,- ,4J I YM. .1-PF' 'is ro f-nv ' .- arf' I, by fx rr .4 478 -in v--4 T ,Q .I -A A rs Y . 11:93. 2 i,-4 ,-1 -J ,av Wilson, Jean lFrJ Wilson, June lSophJ Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson VVilson , Kay CS0phD , Kenneth Url , Kenneth-CSophJ , Kenny lFrJ , Leroy CFrD , Linda fFrJ . Stephen CSophJ W'ilson, Ted CJrD Wilson, Virginia lFrJ Wilson, Wheelice lFrJ Wilson, William lSophJ Winder, Jane tFrJ Winder, John lJrJ Wirz, Cathy lJrJ Wiseman, Patricia lJrJ Withrow, Charlotte lFrJ Witt, James CFU Vtlittekind, Carol CSophj VVolf, Jody lFrj Wolfe, Ann lSophJ Wolfe, P. J. CFU Wolff, Linda lFrJ Womack, Marilyn lJrJ Wood, David lJrJ Wood, Alan lFrJ Wood, Lahna lFrJ Wood, Linda lFrD Wood, Wood, Wood, Wood, VVood. Martha lSophJ Dallas Fort Worth Marshall Texas City Dallas Sweetwater Lalllarqug Kingsland Houston Dallas Fort Worth Coppell Fort Worth Decatur Decatur Richardson Conroe Mexia Frisco Garland Dallas Arlington Dallas Wichita Falls Pasadena Whitney Coleman Wichita Falls Paducah, Ky. Fort Worth Pam lSophJ Wichita Falls Roy lFrJ Blarlensharg, MII. Sherran CFI-j Dallas Trigha fJrj Garland Dallas VVoodruff, Cynthia lSophj VVoods, Carolyn Sue lSophj Vkloods, Dale J. lFrJ Wloods James llfrp xvoofrsl Mike lFrJ Vkloods, Nancy lFrj Nrfarrastlf' Fort Worth Wylie Quanah Fort Worth 'YQLK . f, l Vlfglmlll lggffihafgk rlh I Oowllr CHIC Av iiorcefwgobby ll, Wofiey' , ll Charles lllorlzllai Larrl' fir i If Jamey! F ro ' Yvorthamljonrra 'ahh Sovh iiiishf' Kay i Lee lFfl ' hi, l iiliiihlf Loliallii lYrithhM1C,d lS0r Wolfe, Edwad lFri Wiatr Haw! , Esther Ur' Nancy an Wynn, Sherle lffl I Yakubanskl, Karen Yale, Svlfifme IFN Yancey, David lff Y Yanez, Reuben lF1'l , Yarbrough, Elaine Y. Yarbrough, Karen il Yarbrough, Randall Y 'Q' 12. S 421 Q ig? ri- " Rh 4 Q www' ' - 4 ' figiifgf A ifiiifexzf gif Z3 Y, 121,135-Qjsir' ' 1-3 ,, ,,,. ,sea ri f- 2,1347 , r- 4 l rt ifaizygc-,fr ' ff - '. Y: G - ,-4 - yi ,9,33.hif1?ffV '. Iv. -', -: 1 , '13ig. 'I' ' - f , ,, 'fr-1 4 1, ,. Pi. , . 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Woods, Virginia QJD Woodward, Ruth QSophJ Wooten, Kenneth QSophJ Worcester, Carol QSophj Worley, Bobby QSophj Worley, Charles QFD Worrell, Larry QFD Wortham, James QFD Wright, Donna QFD Wright, Kay QSophJ Wright, Lee QFD Wright, Loyd QSophj Wright, Michael QFD Wolfe, Edward QSophJ Wyatt, Harold QFD Wynn, Esther QJD Wynn, Nancy QJD Wynn, Sherle QFD Yakubanski, Karen QFD Yale, Suzanne QFD Yancey, David QFD Yanez, Reuben QFD Yarbrough, Elaine QFD Yarbrough, Karen QFD Yarbrough, Randall QSophJ Catarina U Hurst Richardson Dallas Kermit Waco Mesquite Abilene Paris, France Wichita Falls Dallas Wink Dallas Plano Fort Worth Longview Fort Worth Dallas Alpine Alvord Austin Donna Waco Dallas Hillsboro .'Yg',,V 'L Drill Q N l 4 'QQ ., :-az' , , ff 95 '33 Q .3 ,. ff Q While in Texarkana, two of the girl cheerleaders struggle to stay in Texas, while the boys try to pull them into Arkansas. F n Yarbrough, Richard CFU Yardley, Rick CJrJ Yates, Buddy Url Yeager, Kathleen CJrl Yeatts, Susie CFU Yeck, Donald lFrJ Yerby, Jack CFU Yoder, Ken fFrJ Yonce, Gary fSophJ Yondorf, Mike fSophJ York, David CSophl Young, Young Youngl, Young, Young Young Young Zafran Zellars Ann fSophJ Carol CSophb David CFrJ DeeDee fFrJ Janan CFD Nancy fFrJ Roger fSophJ Robert CFU Rodney lFrJ Zeller, Gary QFrJ Long Beach, Calif. Zercher, Frances CFU Zimmerman, William CFU Zwartjes. Kenneth CFU li, 1, Bonham Abilene Maud .Munday Sanger Argyle Hurst Weatherford Howe Wichita Falls Dallas Los Fresnos Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Cherokee, Okla. Dallas Frisco Westfield, N.J. Denton San Antonio LVVX, I IIDQQ VVX ? Qqkllfbh Q J CLCMLI lu l,l" Lf' iff:-TX lu V f. 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Abston, Cecile ....... Abshire, Dale ....... Ackley, Dianne ........ Acaff, Carol Ann ...... Adair, Adair , Adams Don J . ...... . Steve ...... , Don ...... Adams, Janis ..... Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams , Joe ....... , Kay ......... Richard ...... Robert G. .. . , Ron ........... Saundra ...... Aday, Marveene ...... Aden, Karla ......... Adkins, Tommy ..... Ager, David ....... Aguilar, Glenn ...... 261, 240, 240, A 'rre , David ..... ........................ Agalinger, Neal ............................... Ahrens, Dinah Sue ....... 146, 260, 262, Ailts, Ginny ............ Akers, Joe ........... Akey, Martha ..... Akst, Carol ....... Albers, Tom ......... Alcoze, Johnny ....., Alcoze , Tom ........... Aldridge , Marie ...... Alexander, Cormie .... Alexander, James .... Alexander, Joe ........ Alexander, John ....... Alexander, Linda ..... Alexander , Alexander Pat ........ Susan ..... A Q , is , . 2 1 , x ,ai , rl .gli 4, 1 S4 1.1. X ' 5 . 3 gf P ,. t mf 1 1,13 .7 JST? J , tvitblli LW1' fy" 19104 'JM r I -T4 r WU at at , init GMBH' tl, , ' D46 5-VNWJ . all 4 cl-'MQ f ' ',"L4 3 J 7 . ,J ' :'f'fU'M' M11 . ,- WN K wr, 0 4, A. Alexander , Alford, Darlene ....... Alford, John Alford, Lynda ..... Alford, Micheal ..... Allain, Steve ...... Alland, Bill ....... Allen, Billy R. .... . Allen, Carolyn ...... Allen, Eddie ......... Allen, Edward ......... Allen, Elizabeth ...... Allen, Jeanne ........ Allen, Joe .......... Allen, John C. Allen, John G. Allen, John K. Allen, Judy ..,........ Allen, Linda Jean ..... Allen, Linda Jo ..... Allen, Lola ............. Allen, Michael D. Allen, Micky ......... Allen, Reba ....... Allen, Roger ......... Allen, Ro er B. Allen, Salqy ........ Allen, Sharon ..... Allen, Wanda ..... Allison, James ...... Allison, Judy ...... Allsup, Sandra ..... Allums, Karen ....... Alonzo, Victor ........ Alpin, Raymond ......... Alsobrook, Kathleen ...... Alvarez, Sonny .......... Amacker, Linda ........ Amidon, Grace Ann ....... 270, 116, 214, ........ffffIffff'240'f ss, 90, 194, 229, ..... , ..ff f '2'sl5'f '2'50',' ffIff'252'f ...IIfffff'272'.' 247, 249, Annell .......... ..... Amos, Virginia ......... Anders, Anna .......... Andersen, Ann .......... Anderson, Anderson, Betty Bob Anderson, Carolyn ..... Anderson, Cynthia ...... IffII'1'a7'f Anderson, Daryl ...... Anderson, Dean ......... Anderson, Diane ........... Anderson, Elizabeth ...... Anderson, Freddie, .... Anderson, Greg ...... . Anderson, Harold ...... Anderson, Jeralyn Anderson, Judith ....... Anderson, Judith ....... .... Anderson, Judy .................. Anderson, Kenneth R. Anderson, Kirk ......... Anderson, Lynette ..... Anderson, Marian ..... Anderson, Marlene .... Anderson, Norma ...... Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Reba ...... Robert ...... Virginia . . . . "f'247',"24ia',' "14s',' '2'04'.' 227 381 381 353 381 319 381 381 350 353 381 381 164 381 381 381 381 381 353 211 154 381 381 381 189 353 381 381 381 381 381 265 381 381 381 381 150 381 381 381 353 138 353 381 381 240 381 353 381 353 381 381 381 138 152 381 381 156 381 353 381 381 381 382 247 382 353 382 382 353 382 382 353 273 382 273 382 382 223 353 382 382 382 353 256 382 382 382 382 382 382 162 382 353 353 382 382 353 353 382 382 382 382 353 382 382 382 General Index Anderson Walt .. Andersonz William.: ..... Andrews , Gail ..,................. Andrews Robert G Andrewsi William Anguiano, Mary Ann. Aplin, Raymond L. .. Applegate, Walter L. Applewhite, John C. . Archer, James ............. Ardus, Howard Ralph .... Arena, Concetta ......... Arhelger, John ...... Armitage, Shelley ....... Armour , John ......... Armour , Mike ......... Armst ro Carol ng, .... Armstrong, Jack ..... . Armst Arndt, rong, Robert ..... Gay ........... Arnette, Susie ......... Arnold, Gary W. .... . Arrington, Michal Arrington, Ronald L. Arterburn, Tony .... .. Asberry, Bobbie Jo.. Asel, Martha ........... Ashcraft, Cynthia .... Assa, Rene ...... . .... Atcheson, 'g , Atchison, Chip ...... .. Atherton, Jerry ....... Atkerson, Don ......... Atkerson, Peggy Ann Atkins, Jack ............ Atkins , Sharron ....... Crai ..... 144' 87, 90, 272, .......2.65.,. 240, ...II'242" 240' ......... , 271, 273 .............s Atkinson, Barbara ...... Atterbury, Joan ....... Atwood, Jon T. .... , Aue , Frank ........... Aus mus , Sammie ..... Aus tin, Aus tin, J. David Tahleigh ...... Autrey, Fred R. Autry , Lou Ann ..... Autry, Robert .... Averitt, Gerald ..... Averitt, Lemma ...... Averitt, Michael ...... Avery, Julie ,........... Axe , Sharon ............... Aydelotte , Candace ...... B Baber, Pam ............ Bachman, Douglas ....... Bachman, Sandra ..... Bacon, Jane ,..... .... Bacon, Larry ..... Badgett, Pattye ...... Badillo, Dario ....... Baer, Billy ...... ,...... . .. Baggett, John ............... Bagwe Baier , ll, Mary Jane ....... Bill ................. Bailey, Candy ............. Bailey, Carol Ann ....... Bailey Bailey , Gerald ......... Michael ..... Bailey: Robert ....... Bailey, William ..... Bain, Bair, Baird , Baird, Baird , Donna ....... Larry ....... Charles ...... Phil ........ S bil y ....... Baker, Barbara ..... Baker, Bill ........... Baker, Charles R. .. Baker, Cheryl ....... Baker, Cindy .......... Baker, Donna ............. Baker, J . Douglas ....... Baker Ethel ........... Baker: Kathy ........ Baker, Kay ............. Ky e Alan Baker, ..... Baker, Olen .......... Baker, Richard ...... Baker, Suzanne ........ Baland, Marilyn .......... Baldwin, Charles T. Baldwin, Jim .......... Baldwin Michael ..... Baidwinf Mike ....... Baldwin, Paul ..... Baldwin, Roger ...... Baldwin, Scotty ........ Baldwin Tennie ........... Balkman, Betty Ann ....... Ball, Lucile ............... Ballard, Janie ......... Ballard, Kathy ....... 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Cope , Alvin .......... Copeland, Myrna ..... Corcoran, Jolm ..... Cork, Charles ...... Corley, Sandra ....... Cormany, Elaine ..... Corn, Edwina ......... Cornett, Robert ....., Corn, Edwina ...... Cornett, Robert ...... Corpier, Betty ..... . Corser, Colman ...... Cortemeglia, Lee .... Costanza, Frank ..... Cotton, Bonnie ...... Cotton, Sibyl. ...... . Couch, Billye .,........ Coulter , William . ..... Counts, Lynua ...... Covanes John...... Covin, Jbhn ............. Covington, Brenda ...... Covington, Wally .... .. Cowan, Cowan, Cowan, Cowan, Cowan, Cowan, Coward, Coward, Coward, Cowart, Cowart, Carolyn .... Chris ..... Donna .... Kent ...... Max .... Neva ...... Daniel .... J anda ........ Robert .. .... . Judy ....... Ronald .... Cowling, ani ..... rry ...... Cox, Cox, Cox, Cox, Cox, Dolores. .. George .... Glenn ..... . James Janice Cox, Joe ........... Cox, Linda ........... Cox, Margaret .. .... Cox, Nancy . .... .. Cox, Robert .... Cox, Robert .... 270 , 2 ..... 29, 211, 256, elif' i'6i'f i'e5Es'Q bliif E9 iif 'QE 9, 258 ,' 398 398 357 398 398 357 270 357 357 357 398 398 398 398 357 398 398 398 398 399 208 399 399 256 399 357 399 399 357 358 399 399 399 399, 201 399 399 399 358 358 358 350 399 399 399 399 399 358 358 Coyle, Grady ......... Cozby, Richard ..... ..,.. Craft, John ......... . ...,.. Craig, Janet ....... .......... Craig, Jimmie ............ 20-l Craker, George .... , ...... . Cranfill, Billy ..... ..... Cranflll, Sharon ...,. Sharon ...., Cranflll, Cranford, Robert ...... Crawford, Crawford, Crawford, Delbert .... Crawford, lda ......,. Crawford, Joe ....,... Marvin ..... Brook ...... Carol ..,.... Crawford, Craze, Annette ......... Creed, Doris ............. Creekmore, Lola May ..... Creme, Mike ..,............. Crenshaw, Allen ....... Crenshaw, Alvin ..... Crep, Paul ............ Crew, John .............. ..... 254 , zos, 2s5',' ass 399 .. 399 .. 399 , 399 399 .. 399 399 399 243 261 .. 400 358 400 .. 358 356 190 358 .. .... 400 Crews, James.. ................. ..... Crissman, Harr1et.... ............ Crissman, Mary. .,...... 138 Crittenden, James ................... ,. Cronkhite Bett , y ........... Cronkhite, Elizabeth ....... Croom, Eileen ............ Cross, James ..... , .... . Crossland, Jeff ..... .. Crouch, Don ............ Crouch, Katherine ..... Crout, James ...,..... Crow, William ...,.... Crowder, Richard ..... Crownover Sall Crump, Donna .......... Crumpton, Martha ....... Crumpton, Patricia ...... Crutchfield, Mary ..... Cruz, Lynda .......... Cryan, Charles ....... Cuddy, Virginia ......... Cudmo re, Beverly ..... Cuellar, Irma ........ Cuellar, Omar ...... Cullum, Joe ........... Culp, Clinton ............ Culpepper, Carole ........ Culpepper, Cecelia ..... Culwell, Joe ...... ........ Cummins, Rae......... Cunningham, David ...... Cunnin ham Larr g , y ...... Cunningham , Richard ..... Curington, Rita .......... Currin, Ricci ..... Curry, Dean ........ Curry, Emery ...... Curry, Robert ...... Curry, Robert ...... Curtis, Mona ..... Curtis, Sandra ...... Curtis, William ...... Cuthbert, Carolyn ...... D Dale, Elaine ....... Dale, Gerald ......,. Dance, Patricia ...... Dance , Patti ..... . . .. Dancer , Dan ....... Dane, Robert ..... Daniel, Daniel, Carol ....... Fredia ...... Daniel, Ross ........... Daniels, Beverly ...... Daniels, Ira ............ Daniels, Richard ..... Danner, Connie ..... Dansby, David ...... Dansby, James. ..... Dansby, Michael ...... Darby, Diana ........... Darden , Barbara ...... Dark, Hubert ....,..... Darr, Janet .............. Daughe Davenp rty, Suzanne ...... ort, Linda ....... Davidson, Dorma ...... Davidson, Glenda ..... Davidson, Raima Davidson, William ...... Davila, Frank ......... Davila, Roy . ...... .. Davis, Alan ....... Davis, Alvin ...... Davis, Carol ...... Davis, Carol...... Davis, Carolyn ..... Davis, Carolyn J. Davis, Charles .... . Davis, David ...... Davis, David ...... Davis, Eddie ........ Davis, Frances ,.... Davis, Georgian... Davis, Grant ...... Davis, Hardie .... Davis, Harold .... Davis, Jack ...... Davis, James ..... Davis, Janis ..... Davis, John ........ Davis, Juanita .... Davis, Kathy ......... Davis, Leonard Davis, Marsha ....... 270 358 2-17 358 400 128 400 .,....400 165 400 400 138 358 419 . ...... 400 210 400 ffffffleii' fffff'95" , y ...... .......,.. Crumley, Carol ........ .... 2 211 156, . . .,.,. 116, ili is' ' 154' ' 959' : 199' ' 1 154, 400 358 232 152 400 358 358 400 358 400 358 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 350 272 400 400 358 400 400 358 210 400 400 400 358 400 188 400 400 358 358 273 400 400 400 400 400 400 358 358 350 401 319 401 401 358 401 401 401 358 358 401 401 358 401 401 401 401 401 165 401 401 401 401 358 358 401 401 401 358 358 401 401 401 401 358 401 401 401 358 401 401 401 Davis, Mary Ann .... Davis, Michael ..... Davis, Nancy ....... Davis, Nancy A. .. Davis, Ninn ....... Davis, Paul .... Davis, Paul I. Davis, Renee ..... . Davis, Davis, Richard ..... Robert ........ Davis, Robert L. Davis, Robert L. Davis, Davis, Robin . ....... Shirley ...... Davis, Stana Davis, Thomas ..... Davis Tomm , y ...... Davis, Tommy ...... , W ' Davis lllie ......,. Davison, Larry ..... Davison, Tom ....... Davison, Troy ......... Davisson, Larry ...... Dawson, Jimmy .... Day, Betty ......... Day, Fred .,.... Dean, Marcus ..... deAnda, Joe ........ Deason, Barbara ...... Deaton, Suzann ........ De Borde, Sherry .... Decker, Bernadette ...... Decker, DeLynn .... , .... Deen, Margaret ....... Dees, David ....... .. Dees, Judith ........... De Fratus, JoAnn .,.. DeGaw, Suzanne ....... De Groot, Pam, ....... De La Garza, Jose... Delaney, Martha ...... Delgado, Carrnen.,... Demere, Martha ....,. Demetri, Edward ..... Deming, Mary ......... DeMouche, Jacquelynzxfi.. Demouche, Suzanne .. Denison, Joe ......... .. Denison, Patrician... Denman, Clint ....... Denison, Joe ........... Denning, Glenda ....... Dennis, Carmen , ..... Dennis, Carol ....... Dennis, Kathleen ...... Dennis, Rick ..,...... Dennis, Scott ...... Dennis, Tom ....,.... Dennis, Virginia ...... Denny, Carolle ...... . Densmore, Judy ....... Dent, Connie ........... Deputy, Le Becca ..... De1'win, Denise ....... Dessommes, Marie.. Devine, Gerald ......., Dial, Neta .......... Diaz, Robert ...... Diaz, Tina ......, Diaz, Victor ...... .. Dicken, Dale ........... Dickerson, John ...... Dickerson, Moss ...... Dickey, Dickey, Allen ........ Charles ..... Dickey, Cheryl ...... Dickey, Wileta ....... Dickey William ...... Dickinson, Morris .... Dickinson, Peter ...... Dickinson, Richard .. Dickson, Gary ......... Dickson, Kenneth ..... Di by, Helen ....,.... Digulio, Ronald ,..... Dillard, Diane .... Dillard, Ray .......... Dipprey, Thomas ..... Dirks , Vicki .......... Dis more , Donald ..... Dixon, Bobb ........,. Dixon, Charles ...... Dixon, Laura ...... Dixon, Tom ..... Doan, J . D, ....... . Dodd, DeMaris ...... Dodd, James L. Dodd, John ......... Dodgen, Janet ..... Dodson, Dianne ...... Dodson, Nancy ......... Doebele, Suzanne ..... Doka, Andrew .......... Dollison, Jo Lene ..... Donaghey, Dennis .,... Donnell, Sarah ....... Donnelly, Pat ...... Donoho, Eddie ..... Donohoe, James ..... Donvan, Don . ..... . Dooley, Thomas ..... Dooley, William ..... Doolin, James .......... Doolittle, Jeffrey ...... Doran, Patty ......... Dorsey, Jerry ..... Dossey, Betty ...... Dotson, Roy ..... Doty, Wilbur ....... Doucet, Diane ........ Doucleff, Michael ..... Dougherty, Susan ...... Doughty, Sandra ..... Douglas, Doris ......... Douglas, Linda ......... Douglass, Beverly ..... 401 -l0l -l0l -101 . ..... 401 359 350 -lOl -lOl -101 -l0l 401 401 -lOl . .... 402 402 -102 402 319 -l02 ....i.65.,. ..fff'i5i" 247 .. ..... 211 .. ..... 243 .,fff'95Es" 965' fffIf'965" 255, IIffI'i'i-if .......g.i,..5i.,. 11.11 '152 ffff'i1i9',' ..I"2li9',' 402 152, 401 -101 402 -102 402 402 359 402 402 359 350 402 402 402 359 402 359 208 359 402 402 402 402 402 402 402 229 359 402 402 402 402 359 402 402 402 152 402 402 402 402 402 402 402 359 402 402 402 403 243 152 403 152 226 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 359 403 403 403 359 403 359 359 403 403 403 403 272 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 404 404 404 359 404 359 404 404 404 404 404 148 404 404 156 404 404 404 146 404 404 404 404 Douthit, Sarah .... Dow, Jack ....... Dond, lkiul ...,..... Dowd, Ronald ........ Downes, Michael ..... Downes, William ..... Downing. Mark J. Downs, Joe ........... Doyle, Darlene .,..,. Doyle, Frances ..... Doyle, Pzitriclzi ..... Drake, Drake, Jill .....,... Patriclzi ..... Diane ....... Drake, Draper, Jack ., .... Draper, Ihul ........ Drager, Walter ....... Dre er, Robert. ...... Driver, Joe ..,........, Droltcourt, Madeline Drude, Sharon ......... Drummond, Robert ., Drusch, Ginger ......, Drysdale, Janice ..... DuBosc, Peggy ....., Duckctt, Linda ...... Duddleston, Sally ..... Dudley, llnrold ...... Dudley, Vickie .... Duffell, Janice .... Dufley, laina .... Duffy, James ...... Duggen, Llndu ..... Duggcr, Carolyn .... Du gcr, Carolyn .... Duge, Carol ....... Duke, John ..,...... Duluk, Eddie ......... Dulaney, Susan ..... Dunagan, Michael .... Duncan, Kenneth .... Duncan, Mary ..... Dungan, Judy .... Dunigan, Betty ..... Dunham, Roger ..... Dunlap, Cynthia ..... Dunlap, Jane ........... Dunlap Dunn, E: Dunston, Ralxli ....... Joyce ....... harllgs ...,...... Michael ...... Durgam, Mary .... Durham, Roger ...... Durington, 'lommy ..,. Dutton, William .,...... Duvall, Patricia ..... Dyer, Barbara .... Dyer, John .... . .... Dyer, Stephen ..... Dyess, Jamie ...... . E Eades, Benny ...... Eades, Carolyn ...., Eads, L 'nn ......... Eagle, james ....... ,. Ea leston, Mike ..... Eager, Barbara ...... Eakin, Charles .... Ealy, Ronald ....... Early, Rebecca ...... Earp, Gary ......... Earp, James ..... Easley, Lynn ,... Eason, Jim. .... Easterling, Alan ..... Ebert, Chris ....,.. Ebsen, Stephen ....... Eckhardt, Vicki ...... Eden, Donald ...... Eden, Rae ......., Edgar, Robert .,.. Edison, Meri .,.... Edmon, Brenda . ..... ,. Edmonds, Edwena ...,...... Edmondson, William ...... Edmunds, Sharon ......... Edmundson, Clint ..... Edrington, Bettye ..... Edwards, Carolyn ..... Edwards , Christine ...... Edwards, Elizabeth ...... Edwards, Jack ......... Edmonds, Jerald .... Edwards, Kenneth ..... Edwards, Melody ..... Edwards, Michael, .... Edwards, Patricia .... Edwards, Paul ....... Edwards, Ruby ....... Edwards, Stephen ..... Edwards Ward ...... sms, lvlichael ....... Eidson, Jean. ..,...... .. Ei lebiger, Lenard Ekiolm, Kay ............ Elam, Sonja ......... Elder, Sandra ...... Elder, T UI! . .... .... Eliot, James .......... Elkins, Darrell ........ Elkins, Margaret ..... Elledge, Dwayne ..... Elliott, Robert ..... Elliott, Sharon ...... Elliott, Steve ...,. Ellis, Franell ....., Ellis, Garry ...,.. Ellis, Jeana ....... Ellis, John .......... Ellis, Tommy ...... 237 ll6, lvlli, 21-l 91, 12-l, 204 201 116, 145 138 140 229 270 Ifff'i59',' 227 247 199' 1 237, 242 1 227 205: 210, 195 ,' 162, 270, . 06 406 240 .. -I0-l .. 154 "JO, .. 40-l .. -l0fl .. -I0-l .. 359 359 359 359 359 360 404 40-l 404 15-l -I0-l -I0-I -l0-l -l0-l 360 -i0-l -I0-l -I0-I -I0-I -I0-l 40-I 300 -l0-I 198 40-l 300 202 360 40-l 236 -l0-l 40-l 40-l 40-l -l0-l 404 -104 405 405 405 405 405 -105 405 405 360 405 405 405 405 405 405 405 405 360 405 360 405 405 405 230 405 405 405 360 405 405 360 405 360 405 350 405 405 405 405 405 405 405 405 405 405 360 405 405 406 406 406 406 406 406 216 406 360 406 406 406 360 406 360 406 406 156 406 406 165 360 406 4 , 406 . 406 ......406 406 l il 483 , Manuel .......... Ellison, Gail ...... Elrod, Annell ..... Elshire, David ..... Eltrich, Gary ..... Embry, Joyce ...... Emery, Bill ....... Emmett, Joe ........ Emmons, Jerry ....... Endicott, Betty ........ Endrizzi, Michael .... Engel, Joan ............ Engle, Byron ....... Engledow, Suzi ..... Engler, Duncan .... Engleston, Mike ..... English, Allan ...... Enochs, Nelson .... Enochs, Patricia .... Epler, Bonnie ....... Epps, Benjamin ..... Epstein, Ellen ....... Erickson, Alyce ..... Erving, Gila .......... Erwin, Catherine .... Erwin, Larry ....... Erwin, Larry ....... Escue , Richard ...... Gaston, Sharon .,.... Esquivel, Alfonso .... Estes, James ......... Estes, Mar ........ Estes, Sandlra ......... Estridge, Linda ....... Etheredge, Mary Ann ...... Etheridge, Marilyn .. Ethridge, Joe .....,.... Ethrldge, Mack .,.,... Eubanks, Jeanette .... Eubanks, Nelse ...... Evans Evans . Evans , Evans . Evans, Evans, Evans , Evans, Derrell . Edward ..... Joey ...... Karen ..,. larry .... Nancy ......... Paul ............ William J. Everett, Everett, Pamela ..... Everett, Sandra ...... Everly, David ....., Evers, lra L. ...,. . Evertson, Emily ..... Eward, Martha ....... F Frank, Harry ........ Fablanke, Lloyd ..... Fagg, Barry ........ Fagg, Sharon ....... Fa ls, Marcello ...... Falrclo, Bobble ...... Fairfield, Jennie .... Faikus, James ..... Fa lls, Frank .... Falter, Sherry ..... Fannin, Wllllam ..... Fanning, Jerry ....... Farigarson, Augustus .... ..... 8 7 Far na, Danny ........ Faris, Denny ......... Farmer, Lynn ........ Farmer, Sherrlan Farquhar, Linda ..... Farrell, Phyllis ...... Farris, James ...... Farris, Linda ...... Fau ht, Bobby ...... Fa ulzk , Phyl l l s ........ Faulkner, Faulkner, Faulkner, Faulkner, Barbara .. Ginger .,.. Linda ..... hllchacl .. Giggy, Phyllis .... . Freeman, Fawcett, Llndn ..... .... Fay, John ......... Feather, Dan .... Fehr, Sue ......... Felnd, lrirry ........ Felix, Jeannette ..... Felker, J:1mes ...... Felty, Geneva ...... Fenack, Donna ....... re11.Rita Ferguson , Carol..... Ferguson, Ferguson Ferguson . Fe rguson, Edward .. , Judy-Kay Ma ry ...... Wa yne .... Ferrara, Bernedctte Ferrell, Bill .......... Ferrlek, Garry ...... Ferrill, Lorraine Ferrill, Warren ..... Feu, Martha .......... Fcuerborn, Vincent. ..... . .... 142, 205, 201, Fnvela, Ueah .....,...................... 1-13, 196, 19 ia' ' 141' ' 25 2' ' 239 24 9' ' Ii 9' ' 2'if1',' i's3.E1',' 273 ..... ...... 148 'r 11 9. Flalho, Dorothy ......... ....... Flckcy, Linda ......... Field, Linda .....,.. Field, Ritchie ..... .. Fielden. Gayle ...... Fleldlng, Connie ..... Fields, Charles .... Flene, Charlotte ..... Finch, Daniel. .... .. Fincher, Jlm .... Flno, Beryl ......... Flnklea, Charles ..... Flnklea, Robert ...... Finley. Nancy . ....,.,.. Finnegan. Frances Finslcy. Suzi - .......... Fischer , Donald ..... 92 218 403 237 2411 124 3 Fischer. Frederick 44 140, 270 247 360 406 406 360 406 406 406 406 406 406 406 211 406 338 360 360 406 406 350 406 406 406 406 406 205 406 407 159 360 407 86 407 192 152 407 236 407 272 407 272 407 407 360 350 360 204 407 360 407 407 407 407 407 407 407 407 407 407 407 360 407 360 407 360 407 407 360 360 407 408 408 408 408 408 408 408 408 408 408 408 408 150 360 152 408 408 408 408 408 217 360 360 408 300 408 204 243 408 408 408 360 40S 408 408 408 408 408 408 360 408 405 408 408 150 405 408 408 408 405 Fischer, Lorena . . . . Fiscus , Fisher, Fisher , Fisher , Fisher , Fisher, J aymie ...... Jess ........ Pat ....... Sally ....... Steve ....... . Wallace Fitzgerald, Alicia.. Fitzgerald, Charles Fitzgerald, Wayne.. Fitzgerald, Zeb ..... Fitzpatrick, Mary.. Flanagan, Pat ........ Flanders, Deanna... Flanery, Kathy ...... Fleeson, Patty ...... Fleet, Pamela ....... Fleharty, Donald Fleisdher, Patty .... Fleming, Donna ..... Fleming, Joseph .... Fleming, Paul ..... Flemister, Jim ..... Fletcher, C. T. .. Fletcher, Dick ...... Fletcher, Nancy ..... Fletcher, Patrick... Fletcher, Suzzette.. Flevry, Peter ....... Flinn, Jamce rnnn, wiuiam .... Flocker, Cathy .... Flourne Dic y, .... Flowers, James .... Flowers, Marilyn .. Floyg, Flo , Fluhm Flusch Flynn, Cathy ......... Elizabeth .... an, Otto ...... e, Linda ..... Terry ....... Folsom, Thomas Foos, James ........ Ford, Ford, Ford, Ford, Ford, Ford, Forem Cheryl ........ Elizabeth ..... John .......... Nancy ...... Rand e ........ Scott ........... an, Terry.... Foresman, Virginia...... Forester, David .... Forma n, Judith ...... Formby, Bill ...... Forshee, John ....... Forsythe, Dolores.. Forsythe, Linday... Fortenberry, Ann .. Fortuen, Foshee Bill ........ Robert ..... Foster, Bruce ....... Foster, Charles ..... Foster, David ..... Foster, Gay ...... Foster, Gayle ..... Foster, John ..... Foster, Loren ..... Foster, Sherry .... Fouche, Michael .... Fowler, Guy .......... Fowler Nanette ..... Fox, Beth ........... Fox, Don.......... Fox, Lee ............ Fraim, Diana ...... Fraley, Genie ..... Frame, Donnie .... France, Karen .... Francis, Fred ..... Francis, James ..... Francis, Mary ..... Franck, Susan ....... Francisco, Betty .... Francisco, Don ..... Frank, S Franklin, James ..... Franklin, Jim ........ Franklin, Franklin, Rebecca ..... Franks, Joe .......... Frazier, Frederic Frederic Freeman Freeman, Freeman, Freeman Freemon Freese, Freese, French, French, l-'riedber Frledber Linda ....... k, Judith ...... . kson, Tony , Robert , Betsy .... Sally ...... Susan ..... Richard ..... Ted .......... g, Mickey .... g, Roger ....... Jimmy ...... James....... Louie Mary ..... . Otis. ...... . . . Friedman, Beverly ...... Frith, Roger ............ Friz, Skip ............. Frost, Barbara .,.... Fry, Bobby ......... Fry, Lynda ....... Fry, Nancy ....... Frye, Gloria ..... Fu ate, Nancy ..... Fullr, Bill ............. Fullagar, Leonard Fuller, F rancellc ...... General 218, 156, 188 163 v . . I5 ilibf 15 Es' ' 291' ' 211' ' 12 2' ' 161' ' 220 ??5?fi 4 165 21 1' ' 201 158 319 211 229 189 Fuller, bee ............. ..... ....... Fuller, Margaret... Fuller, Robin .............. Fuller, William .......... Fulton, Christine ...................... Fulton, Ed ............. ..... ....... Fulton, John ............ Funderburih, llelcn .... Funk, Lin 1 ............. 360 408 408 409 409 360 409 409 409 360 87 409 409 361 138 409 409 152 409 409 409 152 409 361 409 409 409 409 409 409 409 409 361 361 149 409 409 409 409 409 409 409 409 409 409 409 409 409 409 409 409 409 409 230 409 409 409 409 409 221 410 410 410 410 410 410 410 361 361 410 201 242 410 410 410 410 410 410 361 410 410 350 214 410 410 361 272 410 410 410 410 410 410 361 152 410 410 410 410 361 410 361 410 239 361 410 159 410 410 410 410 203 361 410 162 410 410 410 410 411 301 361 361 165 411 411 Index Furlow, Jana ..... Furr, Diana ..... Furrh, Joan ....... Futch, Joyce ......... Futch, Thomas ...... Fultz, Gary ....... Gabbert, Merrikay ..... Gabriel, Gayle ........ Gaffen, Arlene ...... Gafford, Sondra ..... Gage, Cindy ....... a e Elaine G g , n ...... . Gaidesik, Sylvia ....... Gaiser, Sheilah ..... .....20l, 205, Galbraith, James ..... ................. Galbraith, Mary ....... ................. . . Galitz, Keith ............. ..... 114, 403, Gallaugher , Sa.ndra ..... ................... Gallaugher, Terry ...... ..... 143, 196, Galloway, Marsha ...... ................. Gallowa Raxmette ..... ............... Y. Galt, Duffy .............. Galvan, Charles .... Galvani, Gail ........ Ganaway, Patsy ..... Gann, Linda ....... Gantt, Linda .... Garcia, Ana ..... Garcia, Dan ....... Garcia, Janice ...... Gardner, Diane ..... Gardner, Harold ...... Gardner, Jerry ....... Garfield, Jacquelyn .... Garlington, Donia .... Garlow, John ........ Garner, Bettie ...... Garner, Johnny ..... Garner, Ken . .... . Garretson, Don ..... Garrett, Arcina ..... Garrett, John ........ Garrigus, Lewis ...... Garris, Cindy ............ 152, 229, 194, 211, 218, 242, Garritson, Bonnie ...... ....... l 87 , Gartman, Dee .......... ................. Garth, John ........ .... .............. . .... Garvin, Margaret .... ..... 138, 249, Gary, Thomas ....... . . ............... Garza, Lorenzo ..... ...... ......... Garza, Ozzie ..... Gaston, Thomas .... Gatlin, Derma .......... Gattegno, Stephanie .... Gauntt, Steve ........... Gay, Gregory ........ Gebert, Mary ........ Gebhart, Hugh ....... Geer, Barbara ...... Geer, Lee ......... Geer Sher , ry ..... Gehm, Kay ....,....... Geldmeier, Gilda ..... Gentile, Joanne ..... Gentis, Maurine ..... Gentner, Patti ......... Gentry, Edmond ...... Gentry Sherry ..,..... Gentryz William ...... George, Flavil ...... George, John ..... Geor e ' J uha ..... 5 . George, June ......... George, Mickey ....... .. Gerhardt, Herbert ..... Gerloff, Phyllis ....... Germany, Kay ....... Gerrits, John. ..... .. Gerrity, Robert ..... Ghee , Sandra ...... Gholston, Jerri .,... Gibbons, William ..... Gibbs, Kathy ......... Gibbs , Ronald .... Gibson, Cheryl ...... Gibson, Jacque ...... Gidcumb, John ....... Giddens, Betty ....... Gilbert, Judy ...... Gilbert, Judy ...... Gilbert, Larry ....... Gilboe, Karen .... Giles, Carl ........ Giles Michael Gill, ,Byron ..... Gill, Donna ...... Giller, Judy ....... 220, 212, 188, 212, ..Iff'12is'.' Gililland, Bill ....... Gilliam, Harold ....... ............ , Gilliam, Winston ..... ..... 2 29, 240 Gilliland, Donna ...... ................. Gillum, Don .......... .............. Gilman, Linda ....... Gilman, Richard ...... Gilmore, Carolyn ......,. . ................... Gilmore, Susan . ................,...... . Gingles, Eugenia ...85, 229, 232, Ginther, Marilyn Gist, Brenda ..... Gist, Dianne ..... Gist, Doris ....... Glasco, Sonny ,,,, Glazener, Jerry Gleason, Beverlylll.. Gleghorn, Ollie ...... Glenn, Fred ....... Glick, Caryl .... Glover, Jane ..... Glover, Richard 242,' 143, QQfQQ'1'65',' ..fIQ'1'22',' ..fIf'2'i1'.' 411 411 411 361 411 411 411 411 411 411 188 411 411 361 156 411 411 411 361 411 411 411 361 350 138 411 361 361 411 411 361 361 411 411 412 221 350 412 361 412 412 412 361 412 196 412 361 412 361 361 205 412 412 412 412 412 412 412 221 412 412 412 412 412 412 412 412 412 412 412 350 412 412 412 412 361 412 412 412 412 412 412 412 412 361 412 271 412 148 412 361 361 165 249 412 156 412 361 412 412 413 413 361 413 413 362 413 413 362 413 413 362 413 156 413 362 363 413 413 413 362 Gober, George .......... Goddard, Richard ..... Godman, Lezlie ..... Goedecke, Tina ..... Goerdel, Donna ..... Goin, Bill ............. Goldberg, Ronna ....... Golden, Ernest ......... Goldesberr John Gooch, Karen ............. Gooch, Susa.n ........... Good, Domma ....... Good, James ......... Goodbar, Nancy ..... Goode, James ........ Gooden, Patrick .... Goodfleisch Jon Goodman, Lenelle . ..... . Goodman, Richard ...... Goodson, Ludwika ..... Goodson, Robert ......... Goodwin Gorczye a, Frederick ..... Gordon, Lynda ........... Gordon, Marilyn ....... Gordon, Gordon Mary . ..... . Sandra ...... Gore, Carole .... . ...... . Gorman, Sammy ...... Gornowicz, Virgil ..... Gortney, Clinton ....... Goss, Bill ............... Gossett, Virginia ...... Grace, Richard ..... Graham, John ..... Graham, John A. .. Graham, Mary ...... Graham, Mary M. .... Y, ...... Gonzalez, Margarita ....... ,,,,,, 229, 237, 273, 216' ' 1 159, 240 , Graham, Perry ........................ Graham, Samantha .... . . . 92, 138 Graham, Suzanne ...... .......... Grandey, Mike ...... Grandy, Jimmie ..... Granstaff , Shelie ......... Grant, Carol ...... Grant, Cecelia ...... Grant, Kay ........... Graves, Ir1na........... Graves, William ....... Gray, Ann ............ Gray, Evelyn ...... Gray, Linda..... Gray, Linda ........ Gray, Timothy ...... Grazier, Sandy ......... Greathouse, Linda ...... Grebe, Nita ............. Green, Fred ......... Green, Jeanne ..... Green, Jeff ...... Green, Judy ..... Green, Karen ...... Green, Neil ..... Green, Pat ......... Green, Randall ...... Green, Rena ....... Green, Royce ........ Green, Russell ...... Green, Greene, Sandra ....... Mary ........... Greenfield, Sam ......... Greenhalgn, Carol ...... Greenhi Greenle ll, Robert ...... af, Doug .... Greenlees, Nancy .... Greenstone, James ...... Greer, Barbara ........ Greer, William ......... Gregory, Donald ......... Gremmels, Brooks .. Gresham, Colleen ..... Grey, Linda .......... Gribble, Donald ..... Gribble, James ...... Griffin, Griffin, Dolores ..... Don ........ Griffin, Gary ........ Griffin, Kenneth .... Griffin, Lana ....... Griffin, Larry ..... Griffin, Lynda ..... Griffin, Martha ..... Griffin, Thomas ..... Griffith, Cherie ..... Griffith, Guy ....... Griffith, Susan ...... Griffitts Gri gs , , Garland .... Jim ........... Griio, Anthony ........ Grimes, Glen .......... Grimland, Gretchen . Grissom, Pat .......... Grissom, Sheila ..... Gronow, Barbara .... . Gronstal, Philig ...... Grossfeld, Mic ael .. Groth, Donald ......... Grounds, James ..... Grubbs, Shirley ...... Grube, Richard ....... Grumbles, Karol ..... Grunow, Barbaran... Guerra, Maria ....... Guffey, Carol ......... Guffey, Ward ............ Gulbrandsen, Gary Gullett, Marilyn .......... Gulley, Johnnie ........ Gulley, Pat ............ Gulley, Robert ......... 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Gutierrez, Sylvia ..... 214 .. 415 , 415 416 416 416 416 416 156 272 227 416 Guy, Judi ............. ............ 4 16 Guyer, S aron ........, ..... 1 43, 362 Guynes, Tommy ......... ,..... .... 4 1 6 Gwaltney, Thomas ...... ,...... 3 51 H Haas, Linda ............... ,.... . ..........,.. 4 16 Haberzettle, Paula ..,.........,.............. 416 Hacker, Alvin .................................. 362 Haden, Jim ........,.. ...... 8 7, 92, 214, 416 Haden, Marilyn ..... ..................... 4 16 Haeflner, Marie ..... ................... 1 90 Haegele, Carol ...... ..... 3 62 Hafley, Weldon ...... ....... 3 62 Hagberg, Linda ....... ......... 4 16 Hagerman, Marsha .... ..... 1 38, 416 Hagerty, Martha ...... ............,, 3 62 Hagler, Glenda ...... ...,............ 3 62 Hagman, Robert ..., ................... 4 16 Halnley, Don ....... Hair, Alan .......... Hair, Maryln ....... Hair, Pam ..........., Hakert, Therese ...... , Halbrook, William ..... Hale, Bob .....,.......... Hale, David .......... Hale, Dick ..... Hale, Jack ........ Hale, Jerry ...... Hale, Julie .... Hale, Phillip ..... Hale, Rayburn ..... Hale, Roy ......... .. Hale, Tom ..... .......... Hale, Toni .,......... 85 Hale, W. D. .............. . Hale, William ..... ..... Haley, Wayne ...... Halfpenny, Mary ..... Hall, Ann ........... Hall, Bill ......... Hall, Charles ...... Hall, Charlotte .... Hall, Donn ........ Hall, Larry ....... Hall, Mark ...... Hall, Myra ........ Hall, Patricia ..... Hall, Richard ...... Hall, Terry ......... Hall, William ....... ,. Hallmark, Martha ...... Hallmark, Ralph ........... . ....... . Hamberlin, Charlene. Hambrick, Phil ............ Hames, Robert ......... Hamilton, Carol ...... Hamilton, Harlin .... Hamilton, Judy ..... Hamilton, Judy ..... Hamilton, Pete ....... Hamilton, Ronald ....... Hammond, Eleanor ..... Hammond, Tamara ..... Hammonds, Fran .....,. Hampton, Mary ...... Hamrick, Cecillia ...... Hamrick, Jeanene ...... Hancock, Phillip ..... Hand , Bruck .......... Handley, Diana ..... . . . Hankins, Bob ....... Hankins, Larry ..... Harma, Asa ....... Hanna, Julie ........ Hannah, Mark ...... Hannum, Mark ...... Hansard, John ...... Hansen, Earl ..... Hansen, Gay ........ . Hansen, Janis ......... Hantke, Judy ............. Haralson, French ....... Harbin, Dave .......... Harbin, Gary ........ Harbinson, Patti ...... Hardee, Babs ............ Hardegree, William .... Harden, Jean ............. Harden, Rita ........... Hardin, Regina . ....... Hardis Hardis on, D1ane....... on, Judi Hardison, Linda ....... Hardman, Cedric ..... Hardwick, Sharon ..... Hardy, Alan ......... Hardy, John ......... Hargis, John ........... Hargrove, Donna ..... Hargrove, John .....,. Harkrider, Vicki ..... Harlan, Bill .......... Harless, Karen .,... Harlow, Jeff Harlow, Nick ..... Harman, Elaine ....... Harman, Martha ...... Harness, Jan ........ Harp, Judy ......... 135, 161 ...... 209 , 416 , 416 209, 416 2li7"'2'7b"'i7is" ..fI'i'5b'f ..ffIffffff'2li6',' 114, 205, ::,,.i.65.,. 165, 89, 140, 187, 119, 165, 143, 243, . 416 416 416 163 362 416 416 272 416 362 230 416 416 362 152 362 416 416 416 416 416 416 416 416 416 351 416 362 223 416 416 416 417 417 417 417 417 417 417 163 417 351 417 362 417 417 362 417 417 195 417 154 154 363 351 417 417 351 417 417 351 363 417 417 417 351 236 417 417 363 417 417 417 363 417 417 165 363 363 140 351 417 363 417 417 417 417 417 Harper, Charles .... .. ,................ 417 Harper, Jo ............ ................... 4 17 Harper, John ...... ..... 2 19, 220, 221 Harper, Rene ...... .............,... 4 17 Harper, Sandy ....... ....... ..... 2 5 1 Harrell, David ...... ,,,,, A 117 Harrell, Mary ......... ,,,,, 4 17 Harrelson, Sherlon ...... ,,,,,,,,. 4 17 Harrington, Darlene ...... .........,.. 4 17 Harris, Dianne ....... ,... ..... 1 8 9, 363 Harris, Donald ........ ......... 3 63 Harris, Eddie ....... ...... . 417 Harris, Ferrel ...... ,.,,, 4 17 Harris, Francine ........ ....... ............ 3 6 3 Harris, James ....,..,.......,. . ............... 418 Harris, Janet ........' .86 92, 194, 196, 198 Harris, Janie ..,..........,............. 140, 418 Harris, Joann ..... ..... ......... 4 1 8 Harris, Joneel .... ............ 2 36 Harris, Ken ........ ..... 2 72 363 Harris, Linda ..... ............ 4 18 Harris, Lynn ......... ..... 2 27, 418 Harris, Mac ............. .,.... . .. 363 Harris, Margaret ...... ....... 4 18 Harris, Martha ...... .... 4 18 Harris, Mary ...... ..,.... 3 63 Harris, Michael .... ......... 4 18 Harris, Olaf ........ .... 1 88, 418 Harris, Paul ............ ......... 1 59 Harris, Ra ond ...... ......... 4 18 Harris, Roggl-t ...... ........... 4 18 Harris, Trina ,.... .... 2 37, 363 Harris, Truman ..... ......... 2 68 Harrison, Bill ....... .,.... 3 63 Harrison, Frank ..... .... 3 63 Harrison, John .... ,.,, 4 18 Harrison, Linda ..... .... 4 18 Harrison, Marie ....... .... 4 18 Harrison, Norman .,... .... 4 18 Harrison, Sandra ...... .... 4 18 Hart, Bob .............. 351 Hart, Jo ............. .... 4 18 Hart, Richard ..... .... 4 18 Hart, Ronny ........ .... 4 18 Hartley, Marsue ..... .... 3 63 Hartman, Jim ..... ....... 4 18 Hartness, Sue ........... . .......... 418 Hartsell, Claudia .,.... ...... 1 43, 363 Hartzog, Robert ..... ...........,.... 4 18 Harvey, Linda ..,., .................. 3 63 Harvey, Mike ...... .... 1 19, 154, 363 Harvick, W. B. .............. .. 363 Harwell, Jan ..... .... ...... 4 1 8 Harwell, Rita ..., .... l 22 Hastings, John ..... .... 4 18 Hatcher, Donnie ...... ,..... 3 63 Hatcher, Kay ......... ..... ...... 4 1 8 Hatchett, Jea.nne ..... ................ 4 18 Hathcock, Milton .... .................. 4 18 Hathcox, Kyle .... .... 220, 221, 351 Hatley, Tony ,.... ................ 4 18 Hatton, Phil ............. ............. 3 63 Hattox, lenora ............ .... 1 88, 363 Hatzenbuehler, Mary ...... .... 2 27, 418 Havard, Edwina ........... ........ 4 18 Haveman, Beverly ...,.. ...... 4 18 Havenhill, Sandy ..... ...... 4 18 Havis, Charles ..... ...... 1 87 Hawkins, Betty ....... ...,.. 4 18 Hawkins, Deanna ..... ...... 4 18 Hawkins, Jana ...... ........ 4 18 Hawkins, Keith ..... ......... . 418 Hawley, Bobby ..,..., ...... 1 65, 418 Hawley, Charlene ...... .......... 4 18 Haws, Myles ........ ...... 4 18 Haws, Sue .......... , ..... 418 Hay, Curtis .......... ........ 4 19 Hayes, Robert ...,.. .... , ..... 4 19 Hayes, Thomas. .... ............. 4 19 Hayn, Madelyn ..... ...... 1 40, 419 Haynes, Barbara .,.. .......... 4 19 Haynes, Jenny ...,.. ...... 1 27, 419 Haynes, Patricia .... ...... 2 09, 363 Haynes, Ila ....,..... ..... , .... 4 19 Hays, Amelia ......... ..... 4 19 Hays, Jacqueline .... ..... 4 19 Hays, James ........ ...,........... 4 19 Hayslip, Rique ......... ................. 4 19 Haywood, Paul .......... .................... 4 19 Hazelbaker, Colette ........... 143, 249, 419 Hazelbaker, Kathy ...... ............ . .... 4 19 Hazelbaker, Mary ...... ,... .,.,....... 4 l 9 Head, Dennis ............. . ,... 419 Head, Elizabeth ....... ..... 3 63 Head, James ........ ................. 4 19 Headand, Robyn .... .................... 4 19 Hearn, Donald ......... ...... 2 40, 241, 363 Hearn, Lorraine ...... ................. 4 19 Hearne, Frances ..... ............... 4 19 Heath, Carolyn ..... ..... 2 73, 419 Hedden, Marian .... .......... 4 19 Hedges, Frank ...... ........ 4 19 Hegna, Sonja ....., ..... 4 19 Hehn, Gregory.. .... ..... 4 19 Heilman, Kenneth .... ..... 4 20 Heinz, Robby ........ ..... ..... ..... 4 2 0 Hejl, Patsy ........ ................... 4 20 Helm, DeI.ois ...... ...................... 4 20 Helton, George ........ ...... 8 5, 87, 92, 363 Hemmer, Ronald ..... ................... 4 20 Henderson, Alice ..... .,........ 2 40, 363 Henderson, And ...... .......... 4 20 Henderson, Buck . ...... ....... 1 54 Henderson, Charlotte .... ....... 4 20 Henderson, Doris ....... .......... 4 20 Henderson, Glenda ..... ............ 4 20 Henderson, Helene ..... ..... 2 40, 420 Henderson, Hilda ..... . ......... 420 Henderson, Janet ..... ....... 4 20 Henderson, Monte ...... ..... 4 20 Henderson, Naoma ..... ..... 4 20 Henderson, Robert ...... ..... 3 63 Hendrick, Becky ...... ..... 4 20 Hendrick, Bill ........ ................. 4 20 Hendrick, Cindy ...... ................... 4 20 Hendrick, Lynda ...... ..... 1 98, 201, 363 Hendrickson. Cecile ..... Hendrik, Johnny ........ .. 226, 227, -123 Henley, Marian ...... ,, ,.,.,,,, , , 135 Henley. Nancy ........ ,.......,...... ....... . 4 20 Hennessey, Judy, .................. ,.... ...... 4 2 0 Henning, Sandi ........... 101, 103, 1-18, 420 Hennington, Kenneth .,....................... 420 Henry, Thomas ,........ ..... . .... ...... 4 2 0 Henrich, Mike ........ ,,,,,, 3 39 Henry, Melanie ......... ........ 1 .gg Henscheid, Carol ...... .... 2 37, 421 Hensel, Linda ........ .,...... - 121 Hensley, John ........ , ,.,,, -121 Hensley, Lynnette ..... ..... . . .,.. 421 Hensley, Lanorn ..,.. ................ 4 21 Henson, Joseph ...... .................. 3 63 Henson, L:1Gayle ..., .... 1 Ol, 104, 363 Henson, Nelda .......... ............... - 121 Hereford, Anthony ..., ..... ...... 3 G 3 Herman, Ben ......... ...... 1 87 Herman, Eliot ....,. ,,..,. 4 21 Herman, Robert ..... ............. 2 72 Herndon, Jack ...... ............... - 121 Herod, Tom ...... .... 1 14, 421, 459 Heros, Sandra ....... .... 1 48, 214, 363 Herrick, Marsha .... ............... 4 21 Herridge, Bill ..... ..... ....,. 4 2 1 Herring, Carol .... .. .... 421 Herring, Diana .... -121 Herring, Jerry ..... 212 Herring, Mary .,...... ........ 1 95 Herrington, Roger ...... .......... 2 72 Herron, John ..,......... ..... . 188, 421 Hershberger, Susan . ........ 421 Hess, Cathy ........... ...... 4 21 Hestand, Larry ..... ...... 4 21 Hester, Janice ..... ...... 4 21 Hester, Wayne ..... ,..... 2 40 Hewitt, Pat ........ ...... 4 21 Hewitt, Tim ....... ...... 4 21 Hibbs, Karen .,....... ...... 3 63 Hibbs, Ronald ........... ..... 3 63 Hickerson, Marjorie .... , .... 421 Hickey, Eileen .......... ..... 4 21 Hickley, Edward ..... , .... 421 Hickman, Cleo ..... ...................... 3 63 Hiekox, Woody ...... ......................... 2 10 Hicks, Cathy ................................... 421 Hicks, Cecilia ............ 196 237, 240 421 Hicks, Dave ....... ........................ 4 21 Hicks, Garry..,... .................. 421 Hicks, Sherra .,...,....... ..... 4 21 Hickson, Larry ............... ..,.. 1 52 Higginbotham, Kathleen . .... ........ 3 63 Higgins, Linda ............... .... ...... 4 2 1 Hig ins, Mike ............. . .,........ .. 420 Higg, Albert ............. ..... 1 87, 363 Hight, Ralph .....,......... ..... 2 16, 364 Hightower, Charles ...... .......... 4 20 Hightower, Jon .,........ ........ 4 20 Hilburn, John .......... ...., 4 20 Hill, Bruce ........ ............... 4 20 Hill, Carolinda ..... ................. 4 20 Hill, David ........,. ...... 1 65, 230, 420 Hill, Guy ......... ,................ 4 20 Hill, Jack ........ ............... 4 20 Hill, James ..... ..... 4 20 Hill, Jim ......... ..... 1 63 Hill, Jimmy ..... .,... 4 20 Hill, Judy ..... ..... 4 20 Hill, Judy ........ .... . 364 Hill, Marilyn ..... ..... 4 20 Hill, Melinda ..... ..... 4 20 Hill, Richard ..,.. ..... ,... 4 2 0 Hill, Robert ....... ........... 3 64 Hill, Sandrea ..... ..... 2 49, 420 Hill, Sid.. ........ .....,..... . 420 Hill, Susan ........ .,... l 43, 242 Hill, William ..... .......... 3 64 Hilley, Arthur .... ....... 4 20 Hilliard, Duray ...... ,...... 4 20 Hillin, Don .....,..... ....... , .. 364 Hilscher, Edward .... ..... 2 38, 364 Hilsher, Randy ...... ............ 1 54 Hilton, James .,.. ..........,...... 4 20 Hines, Cragg ..... ..,... 8 7, 92, 420 Hines, Nalice ........ ......... , .,.. 4 21 Hirsh, Richard ....., ..... ..... 4 2 1 Hitt, Candace ...... ..... 4 21 Hix, Brenda .... ....,.. 4 21 Hoag, David ........ ......... 3 64 Hobbs, Charles ..... ..... 1 35, 161 Hobbs, Patricia ..... ......... 4 21 Hoblit, Carolyn ..... ....... 4 21 Hobson, Sherry ....... ............ 4 21 Hocher, Barbara ..... ..... 2 70, 364 Hocking, John ....... ......... 4 21 Hodges, Ann ............ ....... 4 21 Hodges, Darlene ....... .... 1 48 Hodges, David ....... ...... 4 21 Hodges, Hugh ,..... ......... 3 64 Hodges, Joe ....... ..... 1 87, 364 Hodges, Jimmy ...... ..... 2 40, 422 Hodges, Judy ......... ..... 2 49, 422 Hodges, Lee ......... ...... , .. 422 Hodges, Loreta ...., .............. 4 22 Hodges, Lybeth ........ ..............., 1 43 Hodges, Sara . ............ .. ................. 422 Hoevener, Marlene ..... ..... 1 01, 105, 422 Hoffmann, Beverly ...... ..... 1 95, 218, 422 Hoffmann, Gloria ........ ......... 1 88, 422 Hoffmeyer, Virginia ...... .............. 4 22 Hogan, Dial ................ ....... 4 22 Hogan, Linda ............ ......... 4 22 Hogan, William ..... .... 1 88, 422 Hoggard, Kathy ......... ......... 4 22 Ho vood, Sharon ,..... ...... 4 22 Hofdomb, Frances ..... ...... 4 22 Holden, Charles ..... ......... 1 65 Holden, Patti ..... . .........-- 422 Holder, Judy ..... .... 1 16, 422 Holder, Louie ...... . ........ 364 Holder, Randy ..... ...... 1 65 Holdren, Marvin ..... .... 4 22 Holifield, James ..... .... 4 22 Holladay, Ricky ...... .... 2 58 Hollnnd, Holland, Holland, Henry ...... Holland, Jnn ......... Holland, Karol ..,.... Holland, Mary ....... Hollnnd, Michael Holleman, Km' ...... Hollern, Catherine. Chnrles ...... Francine Hollingsworth, Hollingsworth, Jack ...... Hollingsworth, lfkitr Hollins, Eval 'n .... loin Hollinshend, Hollis, Judy .......... liollon, Nancy ......,.., Holloway, Blnko ..... Holloway, Cliff ...... Hollowny, Jessie .. Hollowny, Myron .... Holloway, Pnl ....... Holmes, Bill ......... Holmes, Dave .....,... Holmes, Evelynn .... Holmes, Jacqueline Holmes, John .......... Holmes, Irirry ........ Holmes, lriwrence. Holmes, Rook ......... Holmes, Sandy ......... Holsenbnck, Clark.. Holt, Brenda ......... Holt, Judy .......... 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McCarrol1, Patty ,,,,,, McCarro1l Suzanne McCart Karen ,,,,,,,,, McCarthy, Fred ,,,,,,,, McCarthy, Sharron McCartz, Weldon ,,,, McCathern, Jan ,,,,,, McChesney, Don ,,,,,,, McChesney, Polly ,,,,, McClain, David ,,,,,, 234 McC1ara.n, Ruth ,,,,,, McCla.rney, Sharon McClellan, Lynn ,,,, McClendon, Harry , McClendon, Michael McClendon, Sara ,,,, McCloskey, Frances McC1ung, Carol ,,,,,,, McClure, Donald ,,,, McClure, Russell ,,,, McConnell, Pat ,,,,,,, McCool, Kenneth ,,,,, McCorkle, Anne ,,,,,,,,, McCormick, Nancy ,,,, , McGowan, Arlindam MCCOWH. Jan .......... ........... McCown, Sherry ,,,,,, MCCOY, Harry ..,... McCoy, Jennifer ,,,, MCCOY. John .......... MCCOY. Judi .............. M0Crf1ry, Janet ........... McCreery, Patricia ,,,,,, McCre1ess , Jack McCroskey, McCru1ey, Carl ,,,,,, McCrum, Connie ,,,,, MCCUG, SUZY ......... McCu11ar, Carl ,,,,, McCune, Glen ,,,,,,,,, McCur1ey, Roger McCutchen, Wanda McDaniel, Dia.nemm McDaniel , Gail McDaniel, McDaniel, Jerry ,,,,,, McDermott, Ma.rga.re""' McDonald, Bob t-p. 189, 210 1 1 Mcnomad, Bmejjjjjjjjjj McDonald, Eddie ...,...... McDonald, Jenny ................. ...... McDonald, Sue ......... 85, 86, 94, McDonald, Charles .. McDonald, Jeanne .... McDonnell, Michael ...... McDonough, David McDowe1 , Sharon .... McE1fish, Esther ..... McElroy, Beverly .... McElroy, Phil ......... McElwaine, Jim ...... McEuin, Linda ..... McEver, Dian ...... Mc Fall, Glenn ..... McFarland, Terry .... McGee, Johnette .. McGee, Ronnie .. McGehee, Leslie McGehee , Sharon 196, McGinnes , Lynda McGowen, Brenda ...................... McGowen, Carol ........... 89, 270, McGraw, Suan ....... ................ McGrew, Mike ........ ............. McGuffe Charles y, ..... ........ McGuffey, Rita .,...... . ......... . McGuire, Delbert .... ..... 2 40, McGuire, Jean .. ...... ......... . . McGuire, John . ......... ....... . . McGuire, Michele ...... Mclntire, Betty ....... Mclver, Gar1and...... McKay, Harold ...... McKay, Jean ...... ,1 -inf ' iff 3 2 "1 1932! , if gif 4 554 .ry ,Q ,ijt 5 maj '31 je! fi? ef QW 4 Am .1 J :Gy 2 234 ff! ,g fn J 434 367 434 434 434 434 474 367 434 434 434 434 367 145 434 367 434 352 367 165 434 368 434 238 434 221 434 434 391 368 434 434 368 434 434 434 434 434 435 210 434 434 435 435 435 435 368 435 435 435 435 435 435 368 368 352 435 435 435 435 435 435 435 435 435 435 435 435 435 435 368 368 368 272 368 368 436 436 436 436 145 368 436 155 .......190 193 194 199 I 4555" 2Ei5',' 237 , Ezii' iEE1',' ii if Q5 of iE5',' elif-z',' 368 436 436 368 436 235 459 436 436 436 436 436 436 436 436 436 436 436 368 436 436 205 165 436 436 368 436 436 436 436 436 436 436 McKee, Charles ...... ,,,,, 4 36 McKee, Robert ........ ,,,,, 4 36 McKenzie, Carolyn .... ,,,,, 4 36 McKer1zle, Jack .,...... ,,,, 4 36 McKenzie, Roy ,,,,,,,,,, U ' 352 Mcliethan, Kathleen ..... 436 McKinney, Arlie .........,. nf, 436 McKlnney, Barbara ..... ,,,,, 2 37 MCKUIHSY. Curmyn .... ..... 4 se McKinney. Jerry ....... ..... 4 se McKinney, Marsha .... ,,,,, 4 36 McKinney, William .... ,,,,, 4, 36 McKinnon, David ..... .,,,, 3 68 McKissick, Blll ,,,,, 435 MCKOWH. David ..., ...... , . 4:16 McLaughlin, Dale ...... .......... 4 36 Mclwlughlin. Kaye ..... ............ 3 es MCLa11gh1in, Mary ..... ..... 2 01 436 MCL?-uizlllin. Philip .... .......... -1 37 MCLBEU1. HUl0I1 ....... ..,..... 3 68 McLean. Kathy .............. .......... 1 95 McLean. wiuiam ............. ..... 2 27 aes McLe1la.nd, Sammie Gayle .,., ,,,,,,,,,, 3 65 MCLGHMH. Karen .......... ..... 227 437 MCLGOCI, Ruth ...............,........,....... 141 MCI-ester, Nancy Jean ......,............. . 437 MCMahan. Charles G. ........ 156, 187 368 McMath, Bob ......,.... ..... 8 7, 92 119 MeMll1in, Bob .......... ........ 2 O8 211 M0Mil1i0H, Kathryn ..... ............... 3 68 MCMUIH, Judith ...... ............... .. 437 MCMUIH- Nancy ......... .... 1 34, 148 437 M0M0rdie. Suzanne ..... ................. 4 37 McMu11in, Tommy ..... ..... 2 63 MCM'-Way. Lea ...... ..... 4 37 MCMUrry. Sandy ..... ..... 4 37 McNair, John ,,,,,,,,, ,,,.. 1 52 MCNaughtOn. Jim ...... ..... 4 37 McNeill, Elliott ........... ..... 3 68 McPherson, Melinda ,,,, ,437 MCQUE3-TY, Sylvia ,..... ..... 4 37 MCQUGHTY, William ........,.........,...... 368 MCQHOUH, Donna ....,........................ 365 MCShw1, Bonnie ......,.. 116 122, 138, 368 M0SP11dden. Ann ................... . ........,. 145 M0Ve21n, Karen ............................... 368 McWhorter, Brenda ..... ..,.. 4 37 M Mabry, Gail ...... . ..... aes Maca, Ben .......,..... ..... 1 55 Macklin, Theresa ....... .437 Madden, Becky .... ........,. 4 37 Maerk, Judith ........ ............ 4 37 Magar, Barbara , ,,,, . ,.,, 201 437 Magers. Richard ..... .......... 4 37 Maginnis, Corinne ..... ....... . 437 Magnus, W2-lter ......... .... , ..... 4 37 Mahaifey, Enzaberhu.. .... 271, ses Mahaffey, Emily ...... ........ 4 37 Ma-haffey. Kathy ....... ..... 9 2 Mahan, Terry L. ..... ..... 3 68 Mahaney, Sharon ,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 37 Mahon, James ......... ..... 4 37 Mahoney. Joe ..........,.. ..... 3 68 Maier, Louie Wayne ,,,,, ,,,,, 4 37 Major, Carol ............. ............... 3 68 Major, David ........... ............. . ...... 4 37 Miers, Marilyn ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 43, 205, 437 M aney. Diane .......... ................. 4 37 Malcom Alvin Lee ,,.... .........,..... 4 37 Males, Phyllis ......... ...................... 4 37 Maley. Melinda ..... ........................ 4 37 Mallard. Dick., ................................ 212 Mallard, Joanne ,,,,,,,,,, 116, 240, 241, 368 Malloy. Joan ........ ..,...........,......... 4 37 Mallicote. David ................... . 437 M3-10116, Pat ......... .................... 4 37 M3-10091 Pat'-Y ..... ..... ...... 1 1 6. 243, 363 M2-loft, Stephen R. .. ............. 437 M2-122-hu, Jerry ........ ............... 4 37 Ma-udl. Michael .......,.. ..... 4 37 Ma.ngu.m, Harold T. 368 M3-Hi0l1, Linda ......... ..... 1 87 Mann, Melvin ,,,,,,, ,,,.. 3 68 M3-0119?-'ingl Jerry ....... ..... 4 37 Manning, Billye ........... ..... 4 37 Mwming, Florence Sue ..... ............... 4 37 Manoshagin, Charlotte .................... 368 Mansfield. Jennifer ........................ 437 Mansfield, Ken ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 119, 156 368 MH-l1Sfi61d, Roland ..................... 187 437 Mwtooth. Frank ............................ 438 Maples, Fran ........... 85, 86 92 138 196 199, 240 368 Maples. Melvin ................................ 240 Marchesseau, Kathleen ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, 438 Marcom, Michael R. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 39 369 Marcucci, Ronnie L. ,.,, ,,,,,,,, 4 38 Marcus. Craig ........... ...... 4 38 Marinelli, Nancy ,,,,,, 438 Maris, Ross ......... ..... 2 27 Marlin, Tim ...... ..... 4 as Marr, Davis .... ..... 2 30 Marrs, Jim ..... ..... 3 69 438 Marrs, Karen ...... ..... 4 38 Marrs, Max ............ ..... 4 38 Marschall, John ........ ..... 4 38 Marschall, Lauren .... ..... 4 38 Marsh, Gay ............ ..... 1 65 Marsh, Stephen ..... ..... 4 38 Marshall, Holly ..... ..... 4 38 Marshall, Jerry ...... ..... 1 89 Marshall, Hugh ....... ..... 4 38 Marshall, Marsha ...... ..... 4 38 Marshall, Patricia ..... ..... 4 38 Martin, Beth .......... . .... aes Martin Carol ...... ..... 4 38 Martin Diane ...... ..... 4 38 Martin Donna ...... ..... 4 38 Martin John ...... ..... 4 38 Martin Joyce .... ..... 4 38 Martin, Martin Martin Karen Ann .. Karen Jean hae ............. . Martin, Linda .. ,... Martln, Mary ....,... Martin, Perry ,,,,,,, Martin, Robert .,,.,, Martin, Ruth ..,... Martin, Sam ,,,, Martin, Saundra ,... Martin Thomas .,,, Martinek, Jerllyn Martinez, Billy ..... Mashburn, Lois ..... Masih, Olivia ..... Masley Tom ...... Mason ,'Gloria .... Mason, Joanna .... Mason, Judy ,,., Mason, Randy ,,,,, Massey, Gary ,,,,, Massa James 'JH .... , Massey, Jimmy Massey, Robert ,,.,, Massey, Thressa ,,,,, Massie, Archie ,,,,, Massie, Bob .... .... . Masters, Matheson, Claudia ,, Buddy ........ Mathews, Linda ,,,,,, Mathews, Michael Mathis, Jim ,,,, ,,,,,,,, Mathis, Patricia ...... Mathis, Ronald ,,,,, Mathlsen, Nancy Matlock, Steve ,,,,, Matthe, Allred ,,,,,,,, Mattheaus, LaVern ,.., Matthews, Adelyne ..,,, Matthews, Alfred ,,,,, Matthews, Eloise .,... Matthews, Fred ...,..,. Matthews, L 'nette ...... Matthews, M3ke ,,,,,, Matthews, Mildred Matthews, William ..... Mattias, Elaine ...... Matzlnger, James , Maxey, Shirley ..... Mcucson, Philip ,,,,, Maxwell, Donald Maxwell, John May, Billie Ann .... May, Linda .......... Mayabb, Gloria .... Mayben, Philip ...... Mayberry, Janet .... Mayer, Sandra ..... Mayes, Charlie ..... Mayes, Cindy ..... Mayes Kathy ...... Mayfield, John,.... Mayo, Carol ........ l1l'119S....... Mayton, Dawn ,,,,,, Maze, Sheryl ......... Meade, Marilyn .,,,,, Meaders, Barbara... Meador, Paula ........ Mealer, Larry ....... Meals, Ellis. .... ..... Means, Billie ........ Medeari Medlln, s, Garland .. Dickie ....,... Meehan, Danny ....... Meeker, Margaret... Meeks, Meharg, Fred ......,.. Mar ..... Melia, Michelle Me etio, John ...... Melton, Jerry ........ Melton, Ronald ...... Melville, Bobby ..... Menattl, Nick .... .. Mendez, Rene ,.,,,,., Menefee, Jackson .... Menifee, James ,,,,, Mensch, Sandra ..... Mercer, Linda ........ Mercier, Kathleen... Merriman, Judy ...... Merritt, Marcia..... Messick, Janice ..... Metcalf, Robert. .... .. Metscher, Barbara ...... Meuse, JoAnn .......... Me ers, Jan .......... Y Meyers, Janet ..... Meyers, Laurie ..... Meyers, Mike.. ....... Mickler, Linda Middleton Lila ....... Middleton: Mary Middleton, Stephen .. Mikulenka, Timm.... Milburn, Marilyn .... Millard, Linda ....... Millard, Liz ........ Miller, Ann ......,.. Miller, Anne .......... Miller, Annette ...... Miller, Ben ......... Miller, Bruce ..... . Miller, Carol ...... Miller, Carolyn ..... Miller, Charles ..... Miller, Chesta ....... Miller, Chuck ...... Miller, Craig ..... Miller, Danna ........ Miller, Douglas ..... Miller , Gail ....... Miller, Guy ..... . 229 .. 342, 243 435 1512, 230 15" ss, 196,," ss, 92-,H 218 165 195 259 240' 165" His" 232 iiia 268 205 iii i5L1" ilih -lilo 135 435 435 43:1 369 43:5 369 43:1 459 435 309 432: 435 352 435 141 435 435 435 435 435 ISU 435 435 43.5 430 439 439 439 152 439 439 439 439 439 150 439 439 439 439 369 439 439 369 352 439 439 369 439 369 439 439 439 439 439 439 439 440 134 440 152 270 440 440 230 440 440 440 440 165 199 369 440 369 440 440 143 369 440 440 440 440 369 165 440 211 369 440 21.6 440 440 440 440 440 211 440 440 145 146 369 440 369 440 440 440 440 369 440 440 440 440 440 440 352 440 369 369 440 440 152 440 440 441 441 231 lllllvf, J1ll ........ ,,,,, Miller, John ...... ,,,,,,,, Mlllvr. Judy ...... .......... 3-llller, Llndzx ....... 237, Mlller, Lotxvrll ..... , ,,,,,,, Mlller, Marahzx .... ,,,,, Miller, M101-Ley ..... ,,,,, Miller, Xlll-Lo: ..... ,,,,, Mlller, Phyllis .,.. , ,,., Mlller, Polly ....... . ,,,, , Mlller, lllehard ...,... .,.,, Mlller, Robert ..,.. ,,,,, Miller, lton ....... ,,,,, Hllllvf, Sandy ...... , ,,,. Miller, Sharon ...,, ,,A,, Mlller, Sharon ..... ,,A,, Miller, Sharron ..... ,,,,, Miller, Shellzx ...... .,,,., , Miller, Tlnxulhy .... .. ........ .. Mlller, 'l'on1 ........ ..... l 56, Miller, Wllllam ..... ........ Miller, Wllllam I.. .... ........ , . Mlllerborg, Henry ,,,,, ,.,,A,,,,,,, Mlllet, Jr-11 ........... ..,,. 1 117, Millet, John ........ 235, Mlll:s,Al11n ,.,, Mills, Eddy ...... ..... 111115, Linda ,,,., ,.,,, Mllls, 'I'errl ..... .,,,. Mllne, Lee ...,.... ,,,,, Mllner, JLllllL'5 .... .,,,, Milner, Joan ..... ...,. Milner, Lee ...... ............... Millfwf. Gary .... .............. . ,. Mims, Glenn ..... .....,.............. Miner, Merry ...... ...... l 46, 1-17, Mlner, Paul .......... ................. Mlnnlck, lleward ........... Mlnter, Mll-te ...... ..... Mltchell, Allce .,.. ,,,,, Mltchell, Beverly ,, Mltcl1ell, Curen ..... ..... Mltchell, G. Alan Mitchell, Jlm ..,..... ..... Mltchell, Jlmn1y .... ..... Mitchell, Jol1n ..... ..... Mltcl1ell, Judy ,.... ,.... Mitchell, Judy .,..... . .... Mitchell, Margaret Mltehell, Nancy ..... ..... Mitchell, Put ......... .. Mitchell, Rosanne ..... ............. Mizell, Mlchael ..... .220, 221, Moak, Connle ....., .......... 2 37, Moberg, Julie ........ . ,... UG. 268, Mobley, Loretta .... ............... Mock. Jill ......,... ..... ..... Mock, Ralph ,.... ..... Mollltt, Bill ........ ..... Mohat, Marlon ...... ..,.. Mollenhauer, Pam ...... ..... Money, Kay ............ ..... Monlerdlnl, Carole ..... ..... Monschke, Charles ..... .......... Montag, Joseph ........,... 2-IO, Montgomery, Carrol. .... .... , . Montgomery, Gary ....... ..... Montgomery, Jameti ..... ..... Montgomery, Linda.. ....... ..... .... . Montgomery, Marlanne .......... ,.... ...... Montgomery, Nlta .......,....., 145, 237, Montgomery, Pat ....,.... ................. Montgomery, Ronny ...,..... .......... Montgomery, Wllllam ..... ............. Moody, Carolyn ....... .... ,.... . 2 11, Moody, Davld ........,. ,. ........ .. Moody, Ernest ...... ...... Moody, Gerald ...... ..... Moody, James ...,.. .,.... Moody, Kelth ,..... .. ........ .. Moody, Mannlnig ...... ...... 2 30, Moody, Mlchne ...... .......... Moon, Betty .......... ...... Moon, Mike ....... ............. Moore, Beryl ....... ..... 2 42, Moore, Bertha ,..... .......... Moore, Bradley ...... . .... , Moore, Chown1ng..., ..... Moore, Curtls ...... ............. Moore, Danny .... ...... 2 34, Moore, Diane ....... .......... Moore, Edgar ........ , ..... . Moore, Georgeann ...... Moore, Janlce ........ ...... Moore, Jerry .... ...... Moore, Jerry ....... ...... Moore, Joanne ..... .,.... Moore, Josa ..... ........ Moore, Judy ...... .......... Moore, Larry ....,.. ...,......... Moore, Laurent ...... ...... 2 14, Moore, Mary .....,.. ..,.......... Moore, Michael ...... .......... , Moore, Roberta ...... ..... 2 2, 143, Moore, Sharon ..... ............... Moore, Terry .... ...,......... Moore, Tuell ........ ....,. Moore, Wayne ...... ....,. Moore, Wllllam ...... ...... Moorman, John ....... ...... Morales, Frank ...... ........ Moran, Doralynn ..... . ........ . More, Pat .............. ...... 2 27, Moreland, Sandra ....... .......... Moreland, Tim. ......,..., ...... Moreman, Barbara ....... ........ Morgan, Ann .......... ...... Morgan, Don .......... ............. Morgan, James ..... ...... 1 18, Morgan, Janelle ............................... Morgan, Kay ............... , .......,.......... . Morgan, Melinda ..... . 85, 86, 92, 138, 196, 247, Morgan, Tania ...... .......................,. Morris, Barbara ..... ........,.. Morris, Dorothy ..... ...... 4-ll -H1 441 Z!-10 4-ll -H1 -H1 441 369 -i-ll 441 -H! 319 4-I1 -H1 441 369 441 309 369 309 4-ll fl-ll 300 309 309 -I-ll -X41 4-ll 4-ll 4-ll 4-ll 2109 441 4-ll 369 360 441 -Ml 4-ll 4-Il -l4l -I-Il 441 -lfll 441 441 441 271 -l-ll 4-ll 360 360 441 309 369 441 441 -I-ll 441 441 442 442 442 442 352 442 442 271 442 370 442 442 370 442 442 370 442 442 370 370 240 442 442 370 442 442 442 442 370 442 442 442 442 442 442 442 370 442 442 442 442 211 196 442 370 442 370 442 442 442 442 442 442 442 442 370 163 443 370 443 189 370 443 443 443 -487 Newland, Newman, Newman, Newman, Carla Jean Don ........,.. Ga ........ TY Newman, James K. Newman, Kay .......... Newman, Pat ......... Newman, Richard ...... Newham, Ray ............ Newsom, Jim Pat ...... Newton, Berniece ...... H8-WY' Morris, Jerry .... .. ..... 272 443 Morris, Leon ,... ....... . 352 Morris, Linda ...... ---.- - -443 Morris, Martha .... 443 Morris, Martha .--. 443 Morris, Mike ....... -.--- 44 3 Morris, Nancy ...... ........ 3 70 Morris, Otto ........ .......... 44 3 Morris, Pamela ...... ..... 1 49 443 Mgrrig, Patsy ...... ........ 3 70 Morris, Susie ...... ..... 4 43 Morris, William ..... 152 Morrison, Peggy ..... ..... 4 43 Morrison, Saundra .... ..... 44 3 Morriss, Ralph .... .. ....... 370 Morrow, Freddie .... ........ l 50 Morrow, Susan .... ..... 1 41 443 Morrow, Sylvia ....... ........ 4 43 Morse, Lawrence ......... . 443 Morton, Jean ...... 211 443 Morton, Mike ...... ........ 1 63 Morton, Thomas ..... ..... l 56 Moger, Doris ...... 370 Moskowitz, David 443 Moss, Barbara ---- ----- 2 12 Moss, Carla ..... ....... 4 43 M055, Carolyn .... .......... 4 43 Mosse, Suzanne ..... 187 443 Mosty, John ...... .......... 3 70 Mounger, Joe . ,....... ............ 4 43 Moyer, Jo ............... ..... 1 43 194 Moyer, Sara ,Lge ......... .......... 4 43 Muckleroy, Michael ....... 444 Mueller, Ann ........... . .... 444 Mulkey, Landy ....... ..... 4 44 Mullane, Eugene ..... .....444 Mullen, Ruth ....... ..... 4 44 Mullendore, John .... .444 Muller, Ronnie .... ..... 4 44 Mullins, Ann ...... .............. 4 44 Mulloney, Helen .. ................. 444 Mundcn, Betty .................. .444 Munn, Nancy .... 189, 227 444 Munn, Terry .... ................. 4 44 Munaz, Lupe .... ....... 1 50 370 Mum,-oe, Karen .... ......... 1 38 Murph, Anne ..,. ....... 3 70 Murphy, Judy .... .... 4 44 Murphy, Peter ..... ..... 3 70 Murphy, Shelton ..... ....... 4 44 Murphy, William .... .....,... 4 44 Murr, Ann ............... ............ 4 44 Murray, Evangeline ..... 270, 273 Murray, JoAnn ...... ......... 4 44 Murray, Sharon .... ....... 4 44 Murray, Sharon .... ....... 4 44 Murri, Larry , ..... ......... 4 44 Nurs 1, Thomas .... ..... 1 50 370 Muscancre, Patrick ......... 211 Muse, William ...... .............. 4 44 Music, Avis ........ ................... 3 70 Mustain, Colin ..... 156, 239 444 Myers, Charles .... ................. 4 44 Myers, Dewey ............. .444 Myers, Glen ........ . 444 Myers, Jack ...,. ............ 3 70 Myers, Janet .... ..... 1 45 444 Myers, Shcrry ..... ......... 4 44 Mynutl, Harold . .... ....... 1 55 Myrlck, Fred .... ..... 4 44 Myrlck, James .... ..... 1 63 N Nabil, John ....... ..... 1 65, 230 444 Nabors, Donna .....,. .......... 1 88 370 Nxxbors, Larry .......... .............. 4 44 Nnchllngijcr, Barbara ....... 444 Nnigld, avid .......,.... ..... 4 44 Nu l, Richard ......... ..... 4 44 Nance, Dnrycl ...... .4-44 Nnncc, James ......... .444 Nuncc, James ...... .... 2 72 370 Nance, Suzanne ..... 1-45 370 Nash, Kristi ....... .......... 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Joe ........ ,....... 4 -15 Nelson, John ...... .... 2 40 -M5 Nelson, Karen ....., ,... 1 -13 370 Nvlwn. Linda ....... .. 252, 370 Nelson, Richard .... ,. ,,.,, 4-15 Nelson, Snndru .,,,. 370 Nelson, Sandra ..... -1-I5 Ncsmilh, Judy .....,.., ..... - H5 Ness. Gall ...... .....,.. .,,,, - H5 Neumann, Barbara ...... ....... 4 H5 Ncuscr, Barbara.. ....... ............... - H5 Newby, Brnnda Joyce .... ......... 2 56, 'HS Newby, Vernon ..... ,... . . .................... 4-15 Ncwkirk, Mary E. .... ll-5, 229, 371 488 Newton, Birdie ...... Nichols, Barbara Nichols, Candy .... Nichols, Charles Nichols, Karen Nicholas, Tony .---.- Nicholson, Estel ..... Nicholson, Patricia . Nicholson, Ward ..... Rebecca ........ ................ 201 ""fI1IIf'i54Q' ......165, 155 230 256 256 Nickelberry, Elnita V. Nickerson, Arthur .. Nickerson, June ..... Niemeyer, Pete ..... Niendorif, Suanne Nieter, Nimitz, Nix, Bi Nixon, Nixon, Temple E. Pam ......... 11 .............. Mary L, ....... . Sherry Lynn .. 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Rutherford, Ann ...... Rutkowski, Sammye. Rutledge, Anita ....... Rutledge, Annette .... Rutledge, Connie ..... Rutledge, W. T. .. Ruyle, Jerry ...... Ryan, Kathleen .... Rymer, Jack ..... Ryon, Beverly ...... Ryon, Jacque yn..,... S Sabatier, Cecy ..... Saddler, Don ..... Sague, Brian . ..... . Saichek, Darryl ...... Saichek, Dennis ...... Saint, Douglas ........ St. John, Geraldine .. ..II'ii'61"266I 265, ..fIIQ1'55'f ..fQIf'i4Ei' ""'ii6Q"i43Q'25'iQ fIQff"235I 187. ..II'ii'si"'i50' 114, 229, St. Martin, Charlotte ,,,, Salaum, M. ........... . Saldana , Beatrice .... Saldana, Linda ........ Sallee, Dana ........ Salmon, Darline ...... Samples, Sandy .... Sampson, Betty ....... Sampson, Emi y ..... Sams, Leslie .......... Sander Dick .......... Sanderlin, Margaret Sanders, Bobby ....... Sanders, Grace ....... Sanders, Margaret .. Sanders, Mary ..... Sanders Nelda ........ Sanders, Raymond... Sanders, Bo .......... Sanders, Russell ..... Sanders, Sandra ...... Sanders, Scherry ..... Sanders, Shirley ..... Sanderson, Bob ....... Sanderson, Jack ...... David ...... Sandlin, Sandlin, Dolleen ...... Sandlin, Michael ..... Sanford, Mark ........... Santarelli, Jeanne ...... Santos, Jackie ........... Saperston, Bruce .... SaPP. Mary ............ Sappington, Muron... Sargent, Beth ......... Sartin, Ann ......... Sauls, Barbara Satmders, Jay .... .. Savage, John ..... Savoie, Paul ...... 251 189 97 2531 230 211' 374 163 456 456 456 456 456 456 456 161 374 457 457 457 457 457 457 457 457 457 457 457 457 374 457 457 457 457 457 457 457 457 457 457 457 457 352 457 374 457 457 457 457 271 457 457 457 374 374 155 457 457 374 374 457 319 459 457 457 457 374 457 265 457 457 457 457 457 374 458 458 155 458 458 458 458 458 458 374 458 376 465 299 458 374 458 458 195 374 458 458 458 458 458 374 199 458 374 458 374 458 458 374 458 458 458 458 458 458 458 458 458 458 195 374 458 458 458 272 458 458 Sflwyvr. Tom ...... Saxton, Carol ........ Scamcll, Sharon .... Scanlan, Judy ........ Scarborough, Jltn ................... Scarborou 'h, Terry Schaefer, Malt ....,.... Schztler, lhn ....... Schnlble, Joann ...., Schatblc, P-larvln Schstlk, Thomas ..... Scharbcr, Jon ....... Scholl, Juck ............... khcllcnbcrg, Steve Scherer, Mary ...... Schertz, Schlllcr, Ronny .... Linda .... .. Schindler, Gary ..... Schlnnskur, Robert Schlclch, Mndcllne. Schllttlcr, Karen Schloss, Charles Schmcdcl, David .... Schmcdcs, Annu .... Schmidt, Cnrln Schmidt, Chcrly .... Schmidt, Don ...... Schmidt, John ..... Schmitt, llurrlet .... Schmitt, Roland .... Schmitt, Brenda .... Schmltte r, Woodson ..... Schmlttou, Sharon.. Schneider, Chuck... Schobcr, Dean .... Schocch, Marjorie . Scholl, Brcndn ...... Scholz, Ronald ...... Scholzc, Terence... Schott, Vlctorln ..... Schrader, Larry .... Schramm, Emily Schreiber, Sandra . Schuch, Jnncttc ..... Schultz, Alton ....... Schultz, Mlchncl .... Schultz, Gn ' . ..... . Schumann, 13etty .... Schumer, Sally ...... Schumpert, Sondra. Schuster, Dcnnlsc .. Schwab, Charles .... Schwalm, Wayne .... Schwartz, Era ....... Schwartz, Malcolm Schwenn, Suzanne .. Schwettmann, Lucia '1 . ..... 122, 136, F0 .... Scofield, Ccclly .......... Scoggln, Elnlnc . Scogglns, Mack . Scott, Edward ..... Scott, Linda ...... Scott, Mike ...... . Scott, Nancy ........ Scott, Nancy L, Scott, Steven ....... Scroivcn, Dan ..... Scrogglns, Gary ...... Scruggs , Roy ....... Scudlcrl, Arllnc ...... Scurlock, Cheryl .... Seal, Donald .......... Sealy, Phyllis ...... Searcy, Brad ..... Scay, Lewis ...... Seay, Linda ...... Secoy, Gary ...... Seedlg, lnrry ...... Seeley, Bob ........ Seelig, Martha .... Seely, Robert .... .. Sego, Judy .......... Sc bold, Robert ...... Selbt, Pat ........... Selby, Steve ...... Self, Monte ......... Selk, Suzanne ...... Sellers, Sally .... Sellers, Sue ...... Sellick, Pam ....... Selman, Dorothy ..... Senecal, Joan .......,.. Sensabaugh, Dwight ..... Sensabaugh, Mary ..... Serur, Jean .............. Sesnick, Jeanette ...... Sessums, Rachel .... Sewatt, Sherry ..... Sewell, Mar' ....... Sewell, Sheila ......... Seymore, Suzette ...... Shaddlx, John ......... Shafer, James ..... Shaffer, Dale ....... Shakely, Jean ...... Shamb in, Joe ...... Shank, Diane .......... Shankman, Cathy ..... Shannon, Mary ........ Sharp, Shari ............ Siarpe, Priscilla ...... Shaw, Larr ........... Shaw, Martha ...... Sheely, Tommy ....... Sheeley, Barbara ...... Shelron, Jeanette ...... Sheldon, Cheryl ...... Shelton, Alice ......... Shelton, Robert ........ Shepard, Wendell Shepelwich, Dena . ..... Shephard, Joseph ...... Sheppard, David .... Shepperd, John ...... ......8.J, 218, 146, 145, 'x-17 273 L!-10 240 273 251 273 240 2-10 141 153 299 237 26-l 251 122 24 8 220 156 208 195 141 255' 5460" 145' 165' 261 374 458 455 458 156 458 240 117-l 374 459 37-I 37-l 459 459 459 -159 459 374 459 459 459 459 459 252 252 459 374 459 156 229 459 450 459 459 459 459 374 374 459 459 459 459 374 459 -150 198 460 374 460 460 460 460 460 460 460 374 460 460 460 460 460 460 374 374 156 105 460 460 460 460 460 256 252 460 460 460 272 460 460 460 272 211 460 460 272 374 460 460 375 460 375 460 375 460 375 460 460 460 460 460 460 460 460 460 375 375 460 461 461 145 461 461 461 461 461 461 461 461 461 461 461 243 461 4 465 Sims, Barbara ,,,, 465 Tervooren, Warren ..... ..... 2 29 , 463 'Wrvlanrupwn-5,454 'I ng, . " ,r " rw-ew ,., , . 1, w i' 4 Sherman, Arnestus Shields, Judy ........... Shinn, Suzanne ......... Shinnamon, Robert .... Shiplett, Kay ............ Shipley, Leonard ....... Shipman, Roger ..... . Shipp, Sherry ......... Shipps, Brenda ....... Shire, Stuart .......... Shirley, Albert ....... Shirley, Juanita ........ Shirley, Rebecca ...... Shivers, Doris ....... Shivers, Tamara ...... Shock. Mickey ........ Shockle , Carol ...... Shoemaie, Becky ...... Shoemake, Dwain ...... Short, Carl ........... Short, Janice ...... .. Short, Janith .... Short. Vicki ........ Shorter, Linda ,,,, Shrum, Becky ..... Shuieldt, Paul ........ Shuford, Margaret Shuiord, Tom ........ Shults, Steve ...... Shultz, David ......... Schultz, Gayle ......... Shultz, Jesse ........... Shumaker, Charles Shwadlenak, Elaine Sickler, Barbara ...... Siegel, Pat ............ Siegfraid, Dianne ..... Slegiield, Patricia .... Slegrist, Jack ........ Slemsen, Blll ..... Sl ler, Barbara ..... Slges, Charlotte ...., Slkes, Sue .......... Simons, Judy ,,...... Simmons, Della ,,,,, Simmons, Linda Simmons, Sheila Simmons Sue Ann Simpson,'Mary .,,,, Simpson, Troy C. .. Sims, David G. Sims, Gilbert ,,,,, Sims, Richard E. Slnderud, Ronnie ,,,,,,,,, Singleton, Barbara ,,,. .. Slngletary, Sharon .... Singleton, J. David Singleton, Jef .......... Singleton, Sandra ..... Sltton, Larry ......... Sizer, Ellen ....... Skaggs, Lynn , ,..... .. Skinner, David W. Skinner, Robert ..... Skrasek, Joan .......... IIff'2'49"25I' If2fIf55'." fIII'95'."i'99"' H at 25 Es' ' 20 Es' ' 22307 240 .87, 264" . 229, 145, 203, ..165, 149, 27o,'2ia'f Skrodzki, Julie ,..... ....................... Slate, Earlene L. ............ Slater, Karen .......... .................. Slaton, Jo Carol ........ .. .... 249 273, Slaughter, Robert L. ........... Slayton, Wendy ........ . ..,. .... . . Sledge, Donna ,....... ...... Sleeper, Jan .......... ...... Slcmmons, Shella ..... ...... Sllgar, Linda ...... ...... Sloan, Claudia .... ...... Sloan. Douglas .... .... . . Sloan, Gary ...... ....,. Sl'-Will. Roddy ...... ...... Slocum, Doris ..,. ..,.,. SIOVCY. Connie .... ...... Slcvcr. Lynda ..... ...... Small, Don ............ ........ Small, Donald Jay ..... 265, Small, Joe ............... ........ Smallwood, Vlckl ..... ..,,., Smiley, C. Frances... Smll05'. Judy ......... ...... Smith, Arthur ..... Smith, Baron ,,,,,, Smith, Ben ................. Smith, Bc'-'erle ............. Smith, Carol Ann . ........... Smith, Cecelia Louise ,,,,,, Smith, Cecll ............ .... . .. Smith, Chanda ......... ...... Smith, Charles ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Smith, Charles A. ..,. .... 2 11, Smith, Charles li. .... ....... . Smith, Charlotte ..... ...... Smith, David ii. ....... ....... . Smith, Don . ............. .......... . Smith, Don. .................. ..... 1 55, Smith, Dorothy Marie ,,,, ,,,,,,,, Smith, Edward ......... ...... Smith, Franhlc ........ ....,... Smith, Forrest F. .... 229, Smith, llugh G. ...... ..... ..... . Smith, Janet ....... ................ Smith, Jeanne .... ..... l 22, 237, Smith, Jett ......... ............. Smllll. Jerald li. ...... .......... . Smith. Jerry Lee ..... ..... l 65, Smith, Juanita ......... ........ Smllh. Judy Lynn ..... ...... smith, Kell ........... Smith, Larry ,,,,, Smith, Larry ,,,,, Smith. Larry ........ .... Smllll. Leonard .... .... . .. Smith. Larry Earl .... ............. Slnllh. Linda .........., ...255 256 Smith. Lynn ............ ..... ...... Smith, Marguerite .... 90 461 461 461 461 461 461 461 461 352 461 461 461 461 375 375 375 461 461 461 375 211 375 145 461 461 461 461 198 204 375 461 461 461 461 461 375 461 461 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 375 462 462 462 462 462 462 375 462 375 462 462 462 375 163 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 375 375 462 462 463 375 243 463 375 463 463 463 463 375 463 463 463 463 463 463 463 463 463 463 463 463 150 463 375 463 463 156 463 463 463 375 343 375 464 464 464 464 464 464 464 General Michael Oren ..... Smith, Marley C. Smith, Marilyn ....... Smith, Michael G. -- Smith, Smith, Monte ......... Smith, Nancy .......... Smith, O. Dwain .... Smith, Richard .-.-.- Smith, Richard .------ Smith, Robert Lee -- Smith, Rod ............ Smith, Ronnie ........ Smith, Sammy Lee-- Smith, Sandra Kay -- Smith, Sheila ......... Smith, L. Spencer... Smith, Snuffey ....,... Smith, Stephen L. -- Smith, Stephen ...... Smith, Steve ....... Smith, Steve -----.. Smith, Suella --------- Smith, Thomasine... Smith, Tommy ...... Smith, Tommy ...... Smith, Jean Van ---- Smith, Judy Lynn Smith, Vickie ....... Smith, William ..... Smith, William D. -- Smith William P. Slnitherman, Wesley Snider, Kathy ......... Snively, Sandra ...... Snodgres, J. Paul Snow, Henry Earl Snowden, James .... Snyder, Pauline ..... Snyder, Sondra ...... Snyder, Susan ..... Sobey, David ,... . Sockwell, Keeta ...... Sockwell, Pete ....... Sockwell, Wayne ..... Solganiek, Louis ..... Solomon, Jerry ...... Sonntag, Dolores .... Sonsino, Al ............ Sorrells, Georgiane . Soules, Richar ..... Soules, Sue ........... Southard, Glenda .... Souza, Mary ......... Soyars, Barbara .... Spain, Clyde ......... Spain, Janine ,.,... Spain, Nancy ....... Spann , Carol ....... Sparger, Joan ..... Sparkman, Dan ...... Sparkman, Jenny ..... Sparkman, Nelda .... S arkman Orrin D , Sparkman, Sandra .. Sparks, Jan .......... Sparks, Jo Ann ...... Sparks, Stephen ...... Spaulding, Cammy .. Specht, Joe ............ Speer, Lurline ...... Speck, Ken ........ Speece, Conrad ,.... Speece, Jim ....... Spears, Becky .... Spears, Francis .... Spears, Tommy ..... Specht, Nancy .,... Speer, George ....... Speer, Lurline ...... Speir, Sharon ........ Spence, Beverly ..... Spence, Jean ...... Spencer, Gayle. ...... Spencer, Jimmy ..... Spencer, Richard .... Spencer, Robert ..... Stephen Spencer, .... Spinks, Lynda ....... Spiva, Sue ............. Splitts, Patricia ..... Spoon, Leslie ........ Sport, Kay ......... Sp radl ey , Jane ...... Spradley, Janice ......... Spradlin, Terril .... S ra Gene .... p ,y, y .... ' Springer, Alfred ...... Springer, Drew .......... Springer, Mary Lou Springfield, Jeannie .IIf'122'f' 229 249 251 , 254 1'i4,'210"' 152. 2220 114, 153 229, 260, 208, 145 , 251, 145, 261 1 165 230, 240 187 s 1 227' ' 251 388 5 4 251' ' 229 ' 240 ' 227 a 1 .......89 . ........... 86 55, 97 149, 194, 143, 203 226' ' 163 264 203 Spuller, Sharyn ............ ..... Sp ringiield, Jeannie Spurgin, Billy ..... ,.... . . Spurgin, Stephen ...... Spurlock, James ...... Squier, Marc ,,,,,,, Squier, Dan ...,... Stacy. Gary .......... Stacfy, Marvin ,,,,,,,,, Stai ord, Pamela ,,,., Stailey, David ...... Stalcup, Dickie ,,,, Swlcy. Tom ............ Stallings, George ,,,,, Stallings, Louann ,,,,, Stambaugh, James ,,,,, Stanford, Douglas ,,,, Stanford, Joe ,,,,,,, Stanley, Bob ....... Stark, Ronnie ,,,,,,, Stark, William ,,,,, Slflrko. Gayle ........ .. Starkey, Kathleen ,,,, Starnes, Jerry, ,,,, . Starnes, Nancy ...... 149 273 .....55, n v 187 v fffff'i59"'259" 464 464 211 464 464 192 375 464 464 464 464 464 375 375 464 464 157 375 242 464 464 464 464 464 464 375 251 464 464 464 464 464 464 464 464 464 464 375 464 464 464 464 464 464 464 272 465 243 465 465 465 462 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 256 216 375 465 465 465 145 161 375 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 465 97 194 375 465 251 375 352 465 230 465 465 465 375 150 465 149 465 375 375 376 376 376 270 465 465 376 465 376 376 376 157 465 465 165 465 165 376 376 465 376 157 163 157 163 376 376 465 376 Index Staton, Camelia. ..... Staulo, Leon ........... Steele, Jonathan ........ ........ Steen, Mike ................. .......... Steenson, Margaret ...... .......... . . . Steenson, Richard ...... ...... Steenson, Scott. .... .. Steffee, John ........ Steger, Tom ..... Stein, Madilyn ...... Stelding, Vicki ..... Stengel, Donald .... Steph, J immy ............ 227 , Stephens, J annette ..... .......... Stephens, Janice ........ ....... Stephenson, Mack ........ ...... 2110" Stephenson, Ronald ...... .......... Stephenson, Sandra ...... ........ Sternberg, Sandra ...... ........ Stevens, Gail ......... ...................... Stevens, James .... .................. 2 04, Stevens, Marilyn ........ 226, 227, 236, Stevens, Sarah ......................... 251, Stevens, Tamar ...... ...................... Stewart, Carolyn .... .... 8 5, 86, 143 Stewart, Bruce ....... .................... Stewart , Stewart, George ........ .............. Kathrinne .... Stewart, Kathy ....... Stewart, Libby ..... Stewart, Michael ,,,, Stewart, Pamela ..... Stewart, Renee ..... Stewart, Sara ...... Stiles, Connie ...... Stiles, Curt --------- Stiles, G lenda ...... Stiles , Mary ,,,,,,,, Stimson, Stinson, Stinnett, Stipe, Su Becky .... H. C. .... . Ric hard .... zanne ...... Stockton, Ann .......... Stockton, Charles ...... ........... Stockton, James ..... Stockton, Terry ...... 251, 114- .. .... 236, 251' ' 21 Es' ' Preston .....,.... ...... Stoll, Ray ............ Stone, Betty ...... Stone, Betty ...... Stone, David ..... Stone, Jolui ..... Stone, Nelda ..... Stone, Stone , Scott ................ ........ Stoneburner, Clarence .... ........... . . Storey, Ann ................ ...... 251, Storey, Janie ............ .......... Storm, Marcia ..... Stouse, Sherrie- .... Stout, Allen ...... Stout, George .... Stovall, John ..... Stover, Cynthia .... Stover, Sandy ,... Stowe , Dan ............ Strader , Cynthia ....... ...... Stradley, Kenneth ...... ...... Strain, Carol ......... Strange, Judy ...... Strange, Karen ...... Strange, Robert ...... Strange, Tommy ..... Strawn Ted Strayhrirn, Strcctman. Michael . .......... ........... . . Streit, Bonney ................................. Stribling, Zena ................................ Stricklin, Cathy ............ 97, 116, 210, Stricklin, Ellen ...... . .............. 210, Stricklin, Judy ........... ..... ...... 2 5 6, Stringer, Kenneth ...... .......... Stringfellow , Susan ...... ........ Stripling, Bettye ....... . Strobie, Pat .......... Strong, James .......... Stroman, William ...... Stromberg, Eric ..... Strother, Sandra ..... Stroud, Susie ......... Strozeski, Mike ...... Stuart, Jane. ........ Stuart, Mary Bea .... Stuckey, Beth ....... Stuckey, Mike ...... Studley, Paul ..... Sturdy, Lonnie ..... Stutts, Jim .......... Strysky, John ......... Sublette, Michael .... Sullins, Dienna ...... Sullivan, Charles .... Summers, Karen .... 121221131 Summitt, Nancy ......... ....... ...... 143 Sunderman, Sandra ..... . ......... . Supina, Edward .... ..... ...... 1 1 9, Surles, William ..... Suthikulchorn, S. Sutton, Gary ......... Sutton, Tom .......... Swafford, Curtis ..... Swain, Susie ........ Swain, Tom Sweet, Diane ..... Swindall, Doris .... Swindall, Lee B. Swanson, Lois ...... Swcatt, Dennis Sweatt, Patricia ........ Sweeney, Charles .,..., Sweeney, Michael ...... Sweet, Donald ........ Swoiford, Jon ........... Swortwood, Cheryl ,,,, Symns, Philis ........ Szteiter, Marilyn .... 150 153, 465 376 465 153 465 465 465 376 466 189 466 466 466 271 466 376 466 466 466 466 466 376 466 466 376 163 376 376 466 466 153 466 188 163 466 155 466 466 376 163 466 466 376 376 376 466 466 466 466 466 466 376 376 376 352 466 376 466 466 466 376 466 466 466 466 466 466 466 466 466 466 467 376 467 376 467 467 467 467 376 467 467 467 214 467 467 376 467 467 153 467 467 467 243 467 467 467 467 467 467 467 467 467 251 254 376 352 468 468 468 468 468 377 377 377 468 468 468 468 468 468 155 468 468 468 T Tabb, J. S. ....... . Tabb, Robert ..... Ta.ft, Janice ....... Ta'acs, Tailant, Tallas , Tallon, Tarbox, Tarbox, Kathy .... Larry . . Mary ...... Linda ..... Dan .... Judy ....... Tarrant, Susan ...... Tate , Martha ..... Tatum, Tatum, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Billie .... Mary ............... Charlotte . Don ......... .Donna .... Gary ...... Georgia .... Gerald ...... Jeanette ...... JoAnn ..... Jim ......... Leddie ...... Milburn .... Lynda .... Lynn ...... Nita ....... R055 ........ Wayland ..... William .... Woodrow ..... Tchalekian, Salpy .... ..II'1'59',' ..,EH.,.i.i5.,. ..IffIffIIfIff'2'2i1'f ...... 9 g.:.2.6k.:.h.6E: ..ffffIfI'1-iii, 149, 201, 12112511 111251, 251, Teague, Jo ........... ............ Teague, Linda Teague, Phil ,,,,,, T93-ly J3-11195 ....... Tedford, G. H. Teel, Ronald ...... Teel, Sam ....... Tei, Tina ........ Telfair, Ray ......... 265 377 468 468 468 468 468 157 138 468 468 468 377 377 468 468 468 468 352 468 264 468 468 468 468 468 377 468 468 468 377 468 468 468 251, 155, 153, 237, Telford, Barry ...... ..................... Temple, Janice ........................ Temple, Karen ........................ 252, 146, Templeton, Elaine ...... 194, 199, 247, Templeton, Keith ..................... 150, Terrell, Andrea ...... ..................... Terry, Paul ........... Teutsch, Tucker ...... Tey, Larry .......... Tharp , Carolyn ..... . 251, Tharp, Cynthia ......................... 201, Thibodeaux, Brenda .................. 201, Steve ................................. Jerry Lee .......................... , Ferle B. .......................... . , Gale ............ 194 198 251 Thiede, Thigpen, Denise ...... Thigpen, Thomas Thomas Thomas, Thomas, Jerry C. Thomas, Kathryn .... Thomas, Lynne ....... Thomas, Mike .......... Thomas, Richard K. . Thomas, Ruby Jane .. Thomas, Terry L. Thomas, Tressa ....... Y - 1 , Gilford L. .................. 237, II.. fIffI'2-iii. 468 377 468 468 468 468 214 468 468 469 377 377 469 469 377 157 469 469 469 Thetford, Larry ......... 210, 227, 230, 469 ' 469 469 469 469 469 377 377 469 469 469 469 469 377 377 469 469 469 469 469 Thomason, Mary Beth ...... Thomason, Toby ....... Thompson, Ann ........ Thompson, Brenda .... Thompson, Bruce .... Thompson, Carol ..... Thompson, Carol ..... Thompson, Carolyn... Thompson, Dennis W. Thompson, Eileen ...... Thompson, John F. Thompson, Karen ....... Thompson, Katherine Thompson, Linda Kay Thompson, Linda Sue .... Thompson, Michael .......... Thompson, Michael A. .... . Thompson, Michael K. ..... . Thompson, Nancy ......... Thompson, Nila ......... Thompson, Patricia ...... Thompson, Rosemary ....... Thompson, Sam L. ......... . Thompson, Tommy ....... Thompson, Zana ......... Thornborough, Lew... Thornhill, Earl H. Thornton, Carla .... Thorogood, Bill .... Thorp, Millard ..... Thurber, Jodi ..... Thurman, Nora ..... Tibbetts, Brad ...... Tichavsky, Joyce ..... Tidwcll, Hershel ...... 1212272 469 IIIffi'22I ..fff1'-iif 469 469 377 469 352 469 469 377 469 469 469 469 469 469 377 469 469 165 469 319 . ........ 377 469 165, 378 352 227, 469 469 232 470 470 378 149 378 Tieber, Dennis ........ . ........ . Tiffany, Camille ...... .... 1 34, Till, Mary Beth ......... ......... Till, Sandra ................ ...... 4 70 Tillerson, Charles W. .... .... 2 Tillery, David ........... Timmons, Robert ..... Tlmpa, Gerald. .... . Tlnney, Lynda .... Tlnnin, Carolyn .... Tinsley, Anne ....... Tippens, Brenda ....... Tipton, Karen ....... 149, 273, Tittle, Mel .............. .................. Tobaben, Richard ..... ..................... Tobin, Allen G. .... . Tobias, Jerry ...... fIff'95'f'Ii9Q'2i2f' 470 470 470 470 470 470 470 470 265 470 273 470 at l" H... N W, wil ctw rWUln,'j1j1II..--I 1o4',1e :thi ---'r'nr1 i WWW? ' W?" ""' III-4 1l1t"'iK "" f0di11q,i,t,:L...--'f . iifllll'F'0J01nm"'lf1ifQ.-"""iI 10:,?,2fflf,Qh ll ne "" 54241 fo 6319-"" V rwvfgmmltfes, ,,.. M6611 'fn' ligii-33,'feft,1111:iiZ Tonllin' P31411 J' 'A""' law' Angra Irtlllff Tells' .. 1f3vl's'Ei0IyD"": "" ggwyi- .,.,,.. T,evit0-mg ' N011-if ' VDO: V Hills. Sl-Sli" ruler' f'-l lt ' till' 'eynmmo ,, ..-- 22152111 T,i9L5ch,L'Dene llll ,, ,,... - le, l WWHL mica. 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W si'jg'ggx,-rss ff Xdoo f nf'iiQ3?1'sg.'144s:'g' X XL gQfsM,Q,iQif KIQQlffkliiiiilffizKffg-1- 'i x '511411th-sleixsissf'Nsrvhif f A grissggss, sxsrsfssgqi - 5 X ss-New . ,mi G1-Sfwxffzrgsum 1 s-xvsfsnsfn Y X so awe-1 .texts X 2--ua Sue. swxsjrffw New fr, -, .N fs iw,.sr,siwg5X1Xgge X .ss ss,-3 5 X ,.,.u-.wsusS.4.ba.Q1.a..4-se,fss..sx ' ' Q ' " 1 safari sssfsswssfiwisisihiigk, x s 5 up ay Ntr5Qx,,usus rss? sswslfsm 1 gmxqs-wwsasrv-,sf-'fer . . . K ., g,,..sm,...,..,,,r...ur.u,,...u,.,, ,M ., .. ear for North Texas, annual. Another book I Tim05 in li ., ian, l?U1,m,',V It f-9211. V H . L on 3 C.fj!1f',sl Alphouif: ' ferent Effnf I there are ff" outs, the '-44,5 ofhCE- 0'-'ffl H 50, 3613! changed 1' ' First if' T' little cam-it with a Ye-'U max' be f 1 home. He-7 f been a 3'-we n'aS no leas- Unjversit -. H1311 S'x'5fEf'1'. layouts azi 'i S3DdWiChi-'f ' the 'Fon VI r found Catz: ihiS year, Karen. Mal? Sue ihe stan? E: dexil, Karen. . her Ordefhxd teaching. ' Siam. Sur ning 31153 0133595 - - . NK . H0111 that M373 Ha kept up C'f?'?x BST-face? G and Shoup pelted OT? Q- 9 Slhui man Nh R '-si 'ass '-QX.L ig ...Ms N-. - . , ..M, ,W S-N ...ug 4 5 w J r llllhdhd will we 2 H' 1 fa 2. Times Not A'Changing for Yearbookers Not to quarrel with a noted social histor- ian, but times are not a'changing. It is obvious that Bob Dylan never worked on a college yearbook staff. Although each staff is colored by the dif- ferent personalities of the staff members, there are the constant factors: the same lay- outs, the same long-range planning, the same oflice, even the same cobwebs. So, actually, only the names have been changed to protect the innocent. First to thank is Babs Beyring, our own little carpetbagger. This is Bab's fourth year with a book, and, therefore, after June she may be found in the nearest convalescent home. Her keen sense of organization has been a boon to three previous editors, and it was no less to me. University Life went back to its old two- man system this year with Karen Nelson for layouts and Mike Buchholz on copy. Mike sandwiched his Yucca work in with covering the Fort Worth police scene on weekends and found campus happenings just as exciting this year. Karen, along with Classes-Greeks Editor Mary Sue Ferguson, caught what Greeks on the staff have been catching for years: the devil. Karen, a true Yucca legacy, whipped out her orderly section time left over for student teaching. Mary Sue brought innovations to the plan- ning and layout stages of the interminable classes section, which subtracted drudgery from that usually dreaded area. Myra Hall, our Miss Organization editor, kept up office hilarity near deadline time with Bat-races around the Journalism Building and shouts of "Whooty-Who" as she scam- pered off giving the Bat-signal. The sports section this year is truly a one- man job. Gene Jackson was ready for pic- ture action as well as the usual copy-layout job. For the first time recently, possibly in the history of the book, a couple Cmariiedj worked with us. Mike and Janet Meyers kept the editor calm during two crucial yearbook periods. Mike roomed with me during the planning stages last summer and Janet kept me sati- ated, although not believing, with "Of course, the index will be through on time." Mike al- so provided the color pictures for the Yucca Beauty section. ' Photographers changed as often as the hy- po. Julian Bishop and Tony Bearden saw us through the fall and the rounds of smok- ers, preferentials and plays. Roy Bray, Bill White and David Dees joined us at semester for the lectures, art shots and wind-up work. W. B. Harvick, a yearbooker at heart, came to bat in some photographic pinches and shot some of the front-of-the-book color. Congratulations, more than anything else, to proof secretary Blake Holloway for re- maining sane through screams of "My neg- atives, they're lost," "Somebody better tLu'n up with my proof sheets" and, of course, "Batman!!!" from Myra. Dozens of roses and a gallon of Maalox to Adviser Smith Kiker for another successful year of Yucca sponsorship. Sincere thanks also to his wife, Etha, for Yucca Beauty ad- vice and cookies at deadline. Appreciation to Dr. Reginald Westmore- land, our slot man, for cleaning up copy and making excellent production pointers. .We are also indebted to Billie Feather- ston, News Service secretary, Frank Bur- chard and Marvin Loveless for photo ser- vices, the Record-Chronicle for missing pic- tures, Smitty Floor covering and Jack Baker Flowers for Yucca Beauty help, as well as Mrs. George Dearden at the Clubhouse. - Cragg Hines, editor - i 1 91.19 1. s 53:1 . 5 - t - , in-. . jg 3:11444 ... gr , M- -. .. ....... ffo'-' -,f,,...,L - 4.1-1" If E -.-Q5 . mr if ' . 55:51 , -' n ' 5 " ,f 1" 1 , K7 Af , 1 , 1 , .' , 3 ' , if half Affimmf f gdgf 4,24 gawk c44i,4 , ff, .gf L 454, X f' ,- , J W - fiff, A 'f .VL f-JIXCM. C311 gf'-k f' L C L Z X' 4 ci, -Zyl 12 I ,. - 1 KCWZ JZ CQfccfZ, fclfzh-50,9 ,iff-Q fL4f,1, , Lu ,Q 17. fl 4 1. '-.f fj ff ri 'c ' i , .- I . ,' LL . . , ' N ,Z ' 4. L"i I ' . fl ' I t 1, In Y., !L,ffLf,,1,LfCLCgfAlj x,J.LLxC!?,L I LQ if a, K. 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