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

 - Class of 1972

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As they splashed around the tountain in tront ot the new Library building North Texas new and unorthodox president discussed with the stu dents their views ot his policies At another time C C Jitler Nolen attend ed corn seminars with taculty members He served the protessors corn on the cob and beer to make them comtortable in discussing unlversi ty problems with him Nolen is an old hand at communicating His experience dates back to his cheerleading days at the University ot Texas But improving com munications with students and taculty IS innova tive at North Texas and it lakes a while tor stu dents and taculty members to get used to it No other president has every tried it But by the time the university inaugurated Nolen on Dec l most had come to accept the notion that a new day had really dawned at NTSU ln tact Nolen at 47 has been reterred to as the new breed ot college president With Big Woys Perhaps it is Nolen s mode ot operation rather breed title Since assuming ottice Nolen has put his own special brand on the North Texas presidency stating that he has the trust in God that he is at the right place at the right time tor all things to come together l-lis down to earth attitudes and broad sense ot humor are but two assets that have literally transtormed the presidency at North Texas trom one ot isolation to one ot coordination and par tncipation among students taculty and commum Community relations is another area in which Nolen has taken great strides Last November an already busy Nolen trying to learn the ottice ot president led a delegation ot taculty members as pulpit speakers in the communitys churches to improve relations between the campus and the city I . . . . . . i .. . 1. -. -l l ' 1. ' 1 ' ' ' r--ee--We--me T --a than his credentials that earned him the "new mf- -- 1 . . . --V: i F 1-y. I I 1 1 u l JiTTer . . . "PresidenT Nolen is a very demanding individual who expecTs The mosT ouT of Those ThaT work for him" Mrs. Liz Rhodes, execu- Tive secrefary said. "BuT he never demands more from us Than he himself gives and he gives so much." Nolen was named Norfh Texas presidenf afTer a year long search involving 300 candidafes. On paper Nolen was noT a likely candidaTe because his credenTials were a bachelor's degree and ZI years experience in college sTudenT acTiviTies and fund raising. However, Nolen's candor and vigor made good impressions, and he goT The iob. Since Then, Nolen has surrounded himself wiTh lieuTenanTs he TrusTs and respecfs. A Team ThaT he feels can harness Togefher for compaTible Teamwork in order To achieve whaT is besT for NorTh Texas in The years To come. Likewise, since Nolen has Taken office, he has been mosT candid -T-bouT his role as presidenT and The problems ThaT face NorTh exas. Nolen views The posiTion of presidenT as "Taking To The sTump for The sake of This universiTy . . . in aTTracTing The public supporT ThaT will be necessary for us To confinue . . ." "MosT of The serious problems aT Norfh Texas can be aTTrib- uTed To money - or lack of iT," he has said. "BeauTificaTion on campus, a new Union Building, a campus masTer plan updaTe, eTc., all go back To money as does The need for endowed funds To reTain, locaTe and aTTracT ouTsTanding faculTy and sTudenTs." On The issue of alumni supporT, no oTher presidenf To daTe has been willing To courT The 48,000 currenT alumni living in Texas like Nolen has. "Alumni can become polifically acTive in supporT of NorTh Texas," hey' said. JusT imagine whaT effecT iT would have on The legislafure for ThaT many knowledgeable, dedicaTed, arTiculaTe people To ask Their respecTive legislafors To supporT Norfh Texas. IT could mean Thousands of dollars in appropriafed funds. "Alumni can also locaTe and recruiT good sTudenTs and build a beTTer climaTe in Their communify so good sTudenTs will be aT- TracTed To Norfh Texas. We may noT have a winning foofball Team, buT NorTh Texas sTill has a greaT deal To be proud of." Cn sTudenT behavior, Nolen is more Than opTimisTic. "STudenTs will always be sTudenTs and There will always be some dispariTy beTween The public and The universiTy. However, This is a Time in Their lives when young people grow, develop and learn from The pasT so They can correcT misfakes in The fuTure and hope- Tully, develop Their individual personaliTies so They can come To grips wiTh who They are and wiTh problems of The world." Call him novel, or a new breed, or innovaTive, JiTTer Nolen has begun To rewrife The hisfory of NorTh Texas STaTe. Claiming only eTernal opfimism for The fuTure. a once unlikely candidafe is now a mosT uncommon presidenT. Asked To commenf lasT spring on Nolen's appoinTmenT, a facul- Ty member who had known him aT The UniversiTy of Texas said: "l can Tell you one Thing - JiTTer was The besT damn cheerleader The UniversiTy of Texas every had." And now, Nolen is leading The cheers for NTSU. Nolen speaks aT Asbury MeThodisT Church as a parT of his e'FTorTs To improve campus-communify relafions. PresidenT Nolen parTicipaTes in a 'Friendly admin- isTraTion-sTudenT volleyball game on campus. Boo rd oT RegenTs ,,f' I r FRONT ROW Gus S WorTham A M WIllISlCl1dlf'mah of The W Jamar Dean Davls E Bruce STreeT Sr Hugh Wolfe lD6VId board ErnesT Schur Carroll SullIvanT BACK ROW WIllIam James Lawson noT pIcTured RegenTs AdopT New POlICleS Durlng Yeor Equal housIng pOlICI9S a record operaTIng budgeT and Increased Tees hIghlIghTed acTIon by The Board oT RegenTs durmg The year RequIremenTs Tor sTudenTs lIvIng In dorms were equahzed by The board In November endIng a long campaIgn by women Before The pollcy change women were requIred To lIve oTT campus aTTer com pleTIng 60 credIT hours. The annual operaTIng budgeT was seT aT S281 mIl lIon over The prevlous year. Also ThIs year, The regenTs Increased dormITory renT cosTs by SIZ To cover The expense oT The new CenTrex phone sysTem FInIshed In January The new sysTem placed prIvaTe phones In every dorm room All campus phones were gIven TheIr own seven dIgIT number AnoTher Tee Increase approved by The regenTs raIsed sTudenT Tees EEIO per long semesTer and S5 Tor summer Terms The Tee wIll help pay Tor expansIon oT The Unlon BUIldII"lQ A. M WllllS was re elecTed chaIrman oT The board Tor The ThIrd consecuTIve year and Gov. PresTon SmITh appoInTed WIllIam W Jamar To replace E. C. Powell, who reTIred .3-- ':f"gfJg317: Q I WI- 5 .. -r.J-greg?-j W 7: il-' J'-I' Vp ' Tfv bfl fra'-If., I I., so - -1 -'9 -T B51 ' A 2 'Ii . f S - of I I"'- V l ' . . 'L':.' - K X j V, ' - X l :" . . 'l ll ll r B ' - 5 I E135 if f I ., . I' L13 2' , - " - J ,, rag, , ,, I ' " '. "IH ' -Yfff I 'ily f T 1 X Il - VA A I " : . 5 . . ' ' ' . . g ' 1 . .3 . ' li : - 2 l I l O V ' , . . . . ' I ' I Nolen Brings New Administration Team i ii 5 if iilii vii Sui- - E i 4 Z, .L- .-1 L .1 -im "T: ,'.',.. ' "'x' . 1.1 '-:-.H W.. J...-.' .L 5, -aw, . - .r.,,,,, ,., kv., vi ' 1 hw.. ,- V i-A . .,.-, gl--29" '5' -A-' pfiigv- i ' ,, r"Z'ff"" wr ' -a.. i ri Q4 Q, jgy3,. - L. IRM! '1 A 1' i V H-fl Avi! i, A. i it 53, l -3 '- b , ' 4 Q1.P2feir+L 3554, fe Dr. Rollin Sininger, vice-presideni' for sfudeni' affairs. ABOVE John L Carfer vlce presldenf for flscal affairs BELOW Dr Gusfave Ferre vnce presldenf for academic affairs When C C Jlffer Nolen accepfed fhe lob as presudenf of Norfh Texas he led an admlnlsfraflve feam whose bywords were communlcaflon and open door Dr Gusfave Ferre leff fhe TCU faculfy fo be come vuce presndenf for academic affairs Sfep pang Info an office wnfh a someflmes llffle under sfood lob Dr Ferre explanned his lob as a feam member fo be sure fhaf qualify educaflon IS avanla L+-J' ble and fakes plan on campus Dr Rollin Slmnger leff Sfephen F Ausfun Sfafe Umverslfy fo loan Nolen s feam and became vice presndenf for sfudenf affairs a poslflon which In recenf years has borne fhe brunf of sfudenf crlfl cusm Dr Slnlnger sand he feels his lob IS a very vlfal parf of unlverslfy llfe because If deals wlfh fhe life of The sfudenf oufslde fhe classroom My lob IS fo fake a personal lnferesf In fhe sfu denfs af Norfh Texas he sand fo help fhem be come more mferesfed In developing a fuller under sfandlng of fhemselves and ofhers John Carfer who served a year as achng pres: denf of Norfh Texas IS fhe remanmng fourfh of fhe admnmsfraflve quarfef Carfer who serves as vrce presldenf for flscal affanrs refalned has posf when Nolen fook office Carfers office IS also responsible for preparing fhe umverslfy budgef We prepare The budgef In conluncfuon w1fh 'rhe ofher vlce presldenfs and fhe presldenf Carfer sand Each vice presldenf makes an esflmafe for X has area fhen fhe presudenf reviews fhe proposed budgef wlfh fhe power fo change or vefo anyfhlng -X ffF'fQf"4l fn ,-,,2'iTf' as of s E " TT f T T T 'T 4 ' ,L I W!-x Q . x ' ' 'tai ' .J 1 ' , ' V E . fl ll! ' -' " .5 - 1 V : l I . - . . . . : . I ' I . 5 iv: i 'A CW . ' ' . . . .TM AL ,ff ' 5 ,J l rx - - ll ' .. T llf 'T ' 1 T my - ll VY: "Tl B' TT! I ll ll ' - ' - lr lv , -- , sf, , . - If . . . . T , ' ,, if ' ' - . -V J' ' ' M 'lu V ' I-'H I 'ff ' . . . . T T 'Q . ' . . . , ' . I V V . . ' . . . V . ' - ,I . . . D . ll ' II I l ' ' ll I - I . , " I . . . . . ll . novn . . . ,, N , Q I H T I A ' f+." PresidenT AppoinTs Four New AssisTonTs ATTer The announcemenT OT The new presidenT came The appoinTmenTs oT new adminisTraTive as- sisTanTs. Dr. Miles B. Anderson was named execuTive as- sociaTe To The vice-presidenT Tor academic aTTairs, Dr. Jim B. Pearson was appoinTed associaTe vice- presidenT Tor academic aTTairs, Dr. James H. STe- warT Took The posiTion oT assisTanT To The ipresidenT and Lindsay KeTTer became assisTanT To The vice- presidenT Tor sTudenT aTTairs. Dr. Anderson's primary responsibiliTy is The ins:Ti- TuTional selT sTudy Tor The SouThern AssociaTion oT Colleges and Schools which each universiTy musT conducT every IO years. Dr. Anderson is direcTing The sTudy which will noT be compleTed unTil The spring of I973. The oTTice oT The associaTe To The vice-presidenT also moniTors The universiTy's policy on minimum academic sTandards. Dr. Anderson Teaches a physics course Tor music maiors simply because he chooses To. l-le serves on various universiTy commiTTees including ones on ac- ademic planning, alumni relaTions, TaculTy load, re- ligious acTiviTies and The Dean's Council. ABOVE: Dr. James H. STewarT, assisTanT To The president BELOW: Lindsay Keffer, assisTanlT To The vice-presidenT for sTudenT affairs. 47139 'xi' jg.-45" ABOVE Dr Mlles Anderson execuhve assocnafe fo fhe VICE presI clenf for aC6d9mlC affaIrs BELOW Dr JIm B Pearson assoclafe vIce presIden+ for dCad6mIC affaIrs --In Ill? C- As assocIafe VICG presIdenf for academIc affaIrs Dr Pearson works closely wIfh Dr Gusfave Ferre VICS presIdenf for academIc affaIrs fo Improve feachmg and counselIng He also works fo and fhe faculfy develop and brIng abouf new and Im proved programs Dr Pearson consIders hImself a facIlIfafor who helps fhe faculfy sfep up and sfrengfhen developmenfal resources fo fhe fullesf ThIs sprIng Dr Pearson IS feachmg a graduafe course of fhe hIsfory of educahon In 'rhe hIsfory de parfmenf He also serves on many dIfferenf com mIffees IncludIng ones on research scholarshIp currIculum honors InfernafIonal educafIon refIre menf commumfy SGFVIC9 and fhe Dean s Councfl As assIsfanf fo fhe presIden'r, Dr. Sfewarf IS a general admInIsfrafor for PresIdenf Nolen and acfs as.hIs "rIghf hand man " Dr Sfewarf performs a varIefy of faslcs, buf hIs work focuses on legIslafIve and commumfy relafIons "We wanf fhe legIslafure and fhe enfIre sfafe fo respond more favorably fo Norfh Texas." he saId The presIdenf's assIsfanf fravels frequenfly fo represenf fhe unIversIfy af conferences and meef Ings across fhe sfafe He works In fhe area of prI vafe developmenf wIfh IndIvIduals and founda fIons, buIldIng Inferesf In Norfh Texas Keffer, as assIsfanf fo fhe vIce presIdenf for sfu denf affaIrs, nof only serves as advIser fo sfudenf governmenf, buf he also IS dIrecfor of frafermfy af falrs and foreIgn sfudenf advIser. He does personal counselIng and complefes spe cIal assIgnmenfs from fhe VICG presIdenf's offIce. A ----f a-a "T"fF ' I f . I In .I I fff . I- I If I: ... ai IJ? Q, , .s ' 3 ,, I I -53? -, LIZ .. I. 2 ' I P-I: ' J 1'i.I2'I'.' Il 'QI' F I -' I' ' I A- eff' ' ffm, '- II ' I I if lu 1 fisrgs " , . - lv: B U! 3 lf '-iff-li? il I -I I '- w vb I - fs ' I . QI f -, l "Im-I I l E " I W' I l ,I F'-f,591.: -I ' ,ga I I I' s I M- gfh ' . I -I E1 k 3 .I pl ,,. A , - K .,: z " ' ' " I . ,' W ' ' - 'J TY I4 I , L I I , gr? . . H l ll, V I I .I ' I, II 1 I Il In I "j:P.II'f "' l, ' 1 1' If i 5 H I ' , I L fr I ' l l B I T I -. - E: l I 11- I V lg. IIT' y 1 Lrlr, I if I , - I X I : :' I I L V I I y I V I 1 .-'A ,I , If 4, , f ., . - '.J ff I lf. M In A ' .',,..,sI,j4 ,,-A49 -' I I : - . ' . . . - .- . : . . , ' I g gg . . , ll! Y 1 - n a 1 I - - I , y . . . , ,I I - . ' I y i 4 . .I I . . . . . V! - . . . . - ' ' X , , I I , I I I 1 ' . . . ., . . . . Student Deons Offer Tender Loving Core A comforfable couch, a cup of hof coffee and someone who lisfens. Thaf's fhe Dean of Sfudenfs Office af Norfh Texas. "Sfuden'rs have a misconceprion abouf our of- fice, because we are nof iusf special counselors and disciplinersf' Jack Wheeler, associafe dean of sfudenfs, said. "We work wifh many sfudenfs who need personal, confidenfial solufions fo problems." The office handles everyfhinq from legal problems and parking violafions, fo 'rhe Greeks and dormifories. Carol Swinburn, assisfanf dean of sfudenfs, even coordinafed 'rhe Herb Larkins Benefif in Ocfober, affer The player was injured during a pracfice. Jack Wheeler, associafe clean of sfudenfs Harve King, assis+an+ dean of sfudenfs ff "Jusf fell everyone we work like hell, 24 hours a day," l'larve King, assisranf dean of sfudenfs added iokingly. Alma Ayers and Barbara Jungiohan, bofh as- sisfanf clean of sfudenfs, agree fhaf none of fhe sfaff have specific dufies. Each dean has cerfain areas of responsibilify, buf each member also is capable of handling any sfudenf-relafed prob- lem fhaf mighf arise. "Dr, Rollin Sininger, vice-presidenf for sfu- denfs affairs and our boss, likes for each of us fo fake on general fopics rafher fhan one specific area. Thaf way he knows we sfay busy," Mrs. Jungiohnan said. Among fhe programs fhaf fhe dean of sfu- denfs office has inifiafed This year are: - Obfaining femporary iobs for sfudenfs. - l-landling more fhan 700 parking violafion appeals. - Beginning a fraining program for dorm res- idenf assisfanfs. - Coordinafing a coffee for Presidenf C. C. Nolen and parenfs of sfudenfs. "Sfudenfs should feel like fhey can come in and rap anyfimef' Dean King said. Associafe Dean Wheeler puf if anofher way. "I Think fhe fime is coming when we will sfop frying fo puf ouf The brush fires and inifiafe pro- grams before sfudenfs have fo ask for fhem," he said. "l'm excifed abouf fufure possibilifiesf' Carol Swinburn, assisfanf dean of sfudenfs. A4 Mrs. Barbara Jungiohan, assisfanf dean of sfuclenfs. Mrs. Alma Ayers, assisfanf dean of sfudenfs. LEFT: Sfuclenfs lisfen fo an infroducfion fo compufer sciences lecfure given by Tom Irby. RIGHT: A zoology class dissecfs a pig fefus College of Arfs ond Sciences The college of Arfs and Sciences added compufer sciences fo ifs lisf of deparfmenfs in Augusf. The de- parfmenf began operafing wifh fwo full-fime insfruc- fors and offered courses in fhe developmenf and funcfions of compufers. The arf and psychology deparfmenfs expanded 'rheir offerings fo include 'rwo docforal programs each. The arf deparfmenf prepared fo move info ifs new building during fhe spring semesfer and fhe speech and drama deparfmenf increased ifs offerings in The areas of felevision, radio and film. Dean Frank H. Gafford Departments Art Biological Sciences Chemistry 1, . Computer Sciences ,llx . ' . ' xt' Economics , it . X English m Veil ?- mf' . , ' Mllliw Foreign Languages, Literature Geography -- 1 History Journalism Mathematics Philosophy Physics W- P-4 Political Science Psychology Speech and Drama Sociology, Anthropology A student prepares clay for a proiect in an art class. 'HW-1p..,, , ABOVE: An aspiring arfisr learns 'Hwe correcf procedure of using a po+'I'er's wheel. RIGHT: Two arf s+uden'I's draw a piciure of a nude model in one of +he drawing classes in +l1e arl' deparlmenf. l B Id' IU ! ...f-,,,-- f,,-:.::-f-- ...- ...- ,,...-- 1 1 ArT sTudenTs, TaculTy and sTaTT labovel visiT The siTe of The new ArT Building. Kay BuTTleman and Rudy Rich ileTTl loolz over an exhibiT ThaT was parT of one of The numerous campus arT shows. ArT Mc1TTiI Named New Chairman The arT deparTmenT gained a new chairman, Dr. Ed- ward L. MaTTil, in AugusT when Dr. Mack Vaughan de- cided To reTurn To TullTime Teaching. MaTTil, The winner oT The NaTional Gallery oT DisTinguished Service Award in I968, came To NorTh Texas Trom Pennsylvania Univer- siTy. To help increase inTer-deparTmenTal pride and To add Tunds Tor The Cora STaTTord Memorial Scholarship, painTing and drawing majors sold arT-deparTmenT sweaTshirTs in The Tall. The TaculTy helped To design The new 252,435,000 ArT Building, which was 'scheduled To be compleTed in The spring. DocToraTe degrees in arT and in Tine arTs were iniTiaT- ed in The Tall under The guidance oT Dr. Jack Davis. The deparTmenT sponsored many arT exhibiTs during The year including a senior exhibiTion and a collecTion oT naTural arT as Tound in The environmenT. Biologicol Sciences Funds Allocofed For Reoseorch The deparlmenl of biological sci- ences had over 5250.000 in funds al- localed 'ro il' by various sources for The supporl of research proiecls. The deparlmenl cooperalred wilh The Environmenlal Proleclion Agen- cy and 'rhe Manned Spacecralr Cen- ler in Houslon in conducling re- search. There were 685 undergraduale and graduale biology maiors en- rolled in lhe fall. Til' it , Dr. Earl Zimmerman lrighll records informa- 1-J---""'sTi T 'Hu lion obiained wilh +he use of a microscope in is his sfucly of genelics. A zoology class lbelowl wafches fheir lab ins+ruc'lor demons+ra+e 'lhe -A T proper fechniques for clissecfing. 3.13.5 157 -F--gg l l sf if ff ,-nv1fI"' 00 ,,.,-1: A compuler IS used by a s+uden+ abovel 'lo gaiher and record dafa needed for a prolecl' Anofher sludenl llefl' conduc+s an experlmenl ln one of lhe deparlmenl s chem1s+ry labs Chemistry Staff Publishes 41 Papers In Professional Journals The lacully and slall of l'he chemlslry deparf menl publlshecl 4l papers In nahonal lournals dur Ing l97l and presenrecl numerous oral reporls al bolh nahonal and mrernahonal professional meer ings Research funds amounhng lo over S636 OOO were secured from non Umverslly sources lhal In clucled Jrhe Nahonal Science Foundahon Jrhe Na honal lnshrures ol l'leal+h and The Pelroleum Re search Foundahon. There were 74 undergraduale chemzslry mayors and 53 gracluafe sludenls enrolled In The fall I .- ,WR 7, 1 T 5 j i .. Us 5 l ' 1 . l l ' . sw NI. all -, W 1 V M .I .VNH N V . ' ,M LWLQQ. V f X Q ' I , l V . . ' - 4 '- ' " ll l V -- .. ' :iq , , , I A, ji 1 ' ' - l ' '. I, .- V . l l l ' 11 N p " 1-. I I :ummm N, VV ..... -B E V- V ., ,':iu:n1'.r!f . . .I V I X , .. 'WX 1 I I . -as 4 - Y, V f ,A , . . , .ul . 1 0 I U 3 U l I I . A, l ' f, 0 ' 1 . " I A ' l., le-fe, . -NN I r .Z AN! 'J' s . ' ' El, - , W p . . . . ' . l H 's ' ' FJ , 1. A , I 'if 3 . . . 1 D ' English First Ph.D. Giveng Programs Started S+uden+s arrive early for English classes lo review +l1e lesson assigned for lhe clay. l 11 " Graduafe sludenis us +l'1e depar+menl"s media cenfer lo loca+e references . 'ffl The Engllsh deparTmenT awarded :Ts TlrsT Ph D aT The AugusT l97I graduaT1on exercise and There were 50 sTudenTs seeking Their docToraTes In Eng lush durmg The Tall semesTer The deparTmenT also lnauguraTed an exTenslve counseling and guidance program Tor :Ts 354 un dergraduaTe and l6O graduaTe mayors New creaT1ve wrlhng courses were added on freshman sophomore and advanced levels Ten lnsTrucTors received granTs Trom The FaculTy Research CommlTTee Tor wruTnng and research prog ecTs During a Tour year period ending In l97I TaculTy members published I7 books and T69 arTl cles reviews and creaTlve works The Green Fuse a sTudenT llTerary magazine marked rTs second year oT publ1caTlon OTher publl caTuons sponsored by The English deparTmenT were STud1es nn The Novel Bibliography oT The Modern l'lumanlT es Research Assocnahon and SouThwesT ern American LlTeraTure RIGHT English major Theresa Hayme carefully proofreads a Term paper To eIlmlnaTe any grammahcal errors and wrong word choices BELOW Dr James Baird uses a Tape recorder To leT his English class llsTen To shorT sTorles read by acTors " , . - ' e I I ' I I . - ' I A . . . . . I - . ' . . , . . j . . , . ' e . . . . . . . , . NTF4- 4- V. "f-:- . , .. jvr, ,V ' M, e.: , yn .l . ,, , , , J ' -.Q TA 'J ln A -ms... Foreign Longuoges Nome Chongedp Greek Added The foreign languages deparfmenf changed ifs name in Ocfober fo The de- parfmenf of foreign languages and lifer- afures. - Deparfmenfal exams in infermediafe- level foreign language courses were abol- ished in fhe fall. For fhe firsf fime, The deparfmenf offered fwo years of Greek. Sfudenfs were given fhe chance fo preregisfer for freshman and sophomore foreign language courses for fhe spring semesfer. Mrs. Rachel Gasperson wrifes a Spanish phrase on fhe board. ABOVE Llsiemng and learning labs are a malor par+ of forelgn language sfudy BELOW S+uden'rs do a ll++le las+ mmule crammmg for a Spanish fesl D E - . , The poym of' I . QC!!! ' 011-- , q r 'ff' v 5 l ' J 'x ' ' I 'V C 1 , 0: R eog ophy ' - 9 lrnrbypo tc ' I9 x . ' Co rses A s- " sq-' Q ' a .A it G 'J T K 'cuu M J 5- . V 'NA' Q ' g, 0 , , . L: f . Jrrfgenf. . d' g'Mnf'h 5- Two Qc 5' , The cl- dle asf-an Nor Af Ea and o u- Huun 6 . ge L X O r. g 'lip I ri ioine Hn sf ff 'MJ D,-.Joh sean nd :Q T Y, 3, N mmoxx Jor am FGCGIV o nf f-16 9 - . . N Dr. J d n, Hwe epar+ en1' c -'---1 ' 3 Q ldcrnrt Hn publish Q xfb ok in he ini i I "Q'5" N G ' .ADJ efa psilo va' - :M Q n, dub 'gf' 5:15 by he e n+me. A - 4' Q 'hi .. num was "' A ,151 durin Jrhe '- QW" ., ' -"' ' 1 1' , ' f phy e-par- m V ha .' - y ,if HQ ,." w 'A ' fd' fb en,s'ie rbllgin e P N " 'v , ' ' ' , ,A , 1 lx X N X ' ,Z - Y xx E X 4. , ' ,Q . ,.,...,., x Www Pav- Q ,f.f4,',5 , phqnmr gf f- ,x ' I :The c -'- -1 cl f fasjxdi-trgilngp one - has . - ' . . ' 1- 2 U' In -If .- --m1Ig5"'ff - Pnl Eqflrll- a' - " " .qfloaf com 'Hon a 'v Ei- a The+a -v oqfs Jbffnr-r 0.4 A fool ere , ohipoll f i H , G , 1. ' 3. O ' A :phi h N V J 5,1 I X In .- gill ' JVM - 1 45:4 i X 3 Q S Df -A Huxn .. f"! - ' E xi U" 755' - ' Q A foodmi-.- ' gg' nun 'llufrl 96 ul ,1 1 'abr + 1 :q ' 5 C ,f' ! I I' 1 ywnf Lane m.u.m ',m.U1.r Premmlmc fh Q PA' A Or'D1:.w'sl- X 01 X i . . 48 f7 ' " ' v Cnxuuu "H ",'gfmX'i ff . NCL'-Sf-V h AIVANSIQIF x . ,4 T...-1. .. .,, ,..4w' f- --- -1- f H -nl' X Sophomore reporhng lab places repor+er Bobby Baker ln 'lhe co pllol' s seal' al' Den+on Municipal Alrporl for an mfervlew wrlh pnloi' Ray Coorpender ni W Journollsm Endowment Fund Established The Denlon Record Chronlcle esfab llshed a IOOOO annual endowmenf +o 'rhe Norfh Texas lournallsm deparlmenl 'ro be given an lhe form of scholarshnps ln memory of Rlley Cross lhe publisher of Jrhe Record Chronicle unhl his dealh In 970 Slgma Dellra Chl and Thela Sigma Phu depar+men+al clubs planned 'ro revive The annual hugh school Journalism Day In lhe sprung Dr Tae Guk Kim loaned Jrhe s+aff To work In bolh rhe graduare and undergra duale lournallsm programs Graclua+e sludenl' Kwang Yung Choo checks headlunes wru++en by undergraduafe s'luden+s ' .0 bu- 4-L. J, 12121: 'lu iff.. - ABOVE: Mike Kane examines a miniaTure circuiT disk in The de- parTmenT's elecTriciTy and elecTronics lab. RIGHT: Physics sTu- denTs prepare The Mean Green Machine for iTs iniTial appear- ance of The year aT The Childrens' Holiday Parade in Dallas. Physics New Courses lniTioTed On Undergrc1oluoTe Level The physics deparTmenT oTTered new undergra- duaTe courses in The TundamenTals oT elecTriciTy and elecTronics. The deparTmenT oTTered also Tor The TirsT Time an asTronomy course which included boTh laboraTory and observaTional sessions. GraduaTe-level research work included sTudies oT early deTecTion Techniques Tor CysTic Fibrosis vicTims and deTermining whaT poIIu+an+s exisTed in local air and waTer supplies. Dr. R. S. Krishnan, on leave Trom The Indian lnsTi- TuTe oT Science in Bangalore, India. was a visiTing proTessor in The deparTmenT. The deparTmenT conducTed a weekly seminar in The Teaching oT physics To improve The Techniques and pracTices oT iTs insTrucTors. 'T ii" T il NY. if e success of a physucs experlmeni' depends upon accuracy In measuremeni 5-ya. vi -J Dr R S Krnshnan vlsrhng physucs professor from Indla adlus'I's a laser he uses +o help sfudy wave effecis Pollficol Science Extension Closses Offered in Dollos The polifical science deparfmenf sponsored fwo exfension courses af fhe federal cenfer in Dallas for fed- eral employees in various regional offices locafeds in fhe Dallas-Eorf Worfh area. The fhree faculfy members who ioined The deparfmenf's sfaff were John Todd, Vicfor G. Nelson and John Books. Six faculfy members received awards from fhe Faculfy Research Commiffee. ABOVE: Sfudenfs lisfen infenfly fo a polifical science lecfure. BELOW: Advanced sfudenfs ponder Henry Ea+on's lecfure on fhe American legal sysfem. ' . , K ABOVE Graduafe sfuclem' Israel Cuellar s research Includes fhe feshng of carrier pigeons for 'Phe presence of 'lhe superna+ural BELOW A sfu clenf 'lakes a required weekly psychology exammahon Psychology Flrsr Sludenls Enter New Docrorgl Program The psychology cleparlmenl accepred The llrsl srudenls In :ls docloral program In cllmcal counseling psychology The deparlmenl operaled a cenler 'For counselnng aulrsrlc children In Terrlll l-lall. Over 4,000 sruclenls 'rook classes offered by Jrhe cleparlmenl Including 725 unclergra cluare mayors and 2l4 graduale sluclenrs New sraff members were Dr l-larrrer Ar onson, Dr David Hull, Dr Douglas Johnson ancl Ernesl Harrell Speech ond Drcimci New Courses Begun In Rcidio, TV, Film The radioffelevisionffilm division of The speech and drama deparTmenT began offering five new courses for iTs approximaTely IOO majors. The new courses deal wiTh The hisforical. efhical and legal aspecfs of moTion picfures. KNTU-FM, The sTudenT-operafed radio sTaTion, expanded iTs acTiviTies on The air. The sTaTion in- creased iTs news offerings and produced a series of concerfs by The Lab Band for disfribufion over The new nefworlc of The Soufhern Educafion Communi- caTion Associafion, of which KNTU is a charTer member. The sTaTion also video Taped parTs of The Homecoming acTiviTies and Presidenf C. C. No- len's inaugural ceremony for laTer showing on closed-circuif Television. The division of drama offered five separaTe se- ries of producfions during l97I-72 and The public addressfcommunicafion division provided speakers for campus and communify groups on Topics relaT- ed To communicaTion Through iTs CommunicaTion Research and Training Cenfer. The speech pa+hoI- ogy and audiology division Treafed approximaTely 2.000 persons for speech. language or hearing problems. LEFT: Larry Reese edifs movie film in The deparTmenT's film pro clucTion lab. BELOW: Paul PoTTer shows a sTudenT how To seT up and adiusf a moTion picTure camera. ABOVE Ann Jones records a clleni' s volce In 'lhe depar+men'I's speech pa+hology and audiology cllmc +o defermlne whelher a hearmg dlfflculfy hampered lhe reproduchon of sounds RIGHT Nell Blankenship mlervlews Bob WyaH during lhe Homecoming pregame achvrhes as a perl' of KNTU s vldeofaped coverage of 'lhe Homecom mg ac'I'uvl+ues g If Qvss B B AIA, ff , . x l V sl- I A Mobil Oil represenfafive inferviews Mary Crufch- er abouf a possible posifion wifh his company in one of fhe many inferviews sef up by fhe Business Em- ploymenf Office befween business sfudenfs and company officials during fhe year. College of Business Adminisfrofion Sfuclenfs lisfen fo lecfure on frusfs li l. ill l El .L ., l. N , .gs if, ' 'F ,I J - 'j Pl .J Y ,I s f ll , - -1 ,- i Q 5 ,nf . ,. f 1 , QLFQG .3 yffrf+1na . 1-Q.-,W Nagin ,- i i l l .f'.'l"li5'3a4"1i'l'fi -fi , , i ii,::1,s -2 l -.avi wi r Y ,.,Q1'Z,' 'gf , --M " N ' ' 'F 1 - vJ:Y3" Y' 4- . ' I ff' "elf: i 'ITHZ ,".1"7 21.43 ' -E - XR? - " 151 'Q5.f,.,j 4'.3:,gv.-EY::"7fi-r,'25QT, '49 V ' 5'2" ,a gjllfi s1,m:E1.:,-1-JCJJ.-.via .L Y' , 1, Dr. Barry King, acfing clean. When Dr. Clifford l-luffon resigned as dean of fhe College of Business Adminisfrafion fo ac- cepf an adminisfrafive posf af fhe Universify of Tulsa in Augusf, fhe search for a new dean began immediafely. A commiffee, headed by Dr. Gusfave Ferre, vice-presidenf for academic affairs. screened applicanfs for fhe posifion during fhe year. Dr. Barry King, direcfor of fhe business gradu- afe program. was named acfing dean. The college expanded ifs offerings in fhe area of elecfronic dafa processing and fhe manage- menf and decision sciences deparfmenf offered a new professional field in compufer sysfems. Deparfmenfs in fhe college included accounf- ing: business educafiong finance, insurance and real esfafeg managemenf and decision sciences: marlcefing communicafions and infernafional lausiness: and personnel indusfry relafions and aw. l .N -1 V. -lv.: as--I-K-1 Q' -1 . f'1l:'ri"ViQ ' "5lTAf. a ll .ii"!lllllT:ll'4l ' ' ' vf1'1nTz,- af' l l Accouniing Review ExTension Courses Given on Non CrediT Review exTension courses were given on a non- crediT basis in accounTing law, Theory and pracTice in Dallas and ForT WorTh by The accounTinq de- parTmenT. Dr. Hershel Anderson, and Dr. William Giese ' sTudied The concepT oT income as undersTood by 1 The public and Dr. Horace Brock did research on A black capiTalism. There were over 600 accounTing maiors regis- Tered in The Tall including I0 Ph.D. candidaTes and 60 candidaTes Tor The masTer oT business adminis- TraTion in The deparTmenT. L S Ns ABOVE: A lzeypunch machine has become an imporTanT Tool for The accounTanT in recenT years. BELOW: Business sTu- denTs lisTen during an accounTing lecTure. uh, an .., . - V .lmwmm P- ii+ Students strive typing lab to improve their typing skills and efficiency fl! a I' during Business Education Student Council Works With Communications The department ot business education and secretarial administration established a student council to improve taculty student communica tions and to expand student participation In the activities ot the department Two grants were received during the year One was tor taculty research prolects and the other covered the basic costs in developing a distributive education program The program which provided assistance to hugh schools was the only tully approved distributive education program in Texas Through Delta Pi Epsilon a departmental graduate traternity an annual research bulletin was published tor national distribution 1' , W 1 -nlfl' - - . . . i t' . ' I I ,mu .. 0 u n u a Q 0 5 I 0 I Y-M -.-F-3. 3:1 M - Y. ' - - " 1if:iLZd3.- '- 2. IQ. ,. ' i f 1- " , ' ' H. v ,luifjgjt-517.1-,rw 3 ,gjlliif--.Ig ' - . 1 . I 1 "" "tiv'4"t5lE5illiU?'l1ll1 'f A 7 W' ' ' ,zu 4 - ggjrgiv' 1 ' .. . T . 2' " 1. r j 47, T 1 al M, I . T . , 1 lr. , .. ' -.-w:f'1-,.i..-5,' H- 1, 1 - ' --- 'K 1' A ,- gitg it Y -- ,1 lt cj-1 Y l ' 5 3 Q ' " A .-Ei 4 T f ' .N iff: V 'gigs A V YI . . . ? S , , vu., '.LL-ig: V ' K! 5 A E. ll ' V ' ',j",, ,lag 5:,'Q. 'ui ' ' 'T'f,f . 411 iT ' wx, it , - Y 5-',gj'LRk:,, TQL gd , , ' , ' ' V ' 1, jf ,' lj '."L:f:fi " ,, .F - ,,4,,,,,Y .. Fino nce Roxel ond Thornton Join Sfoff The finance, insurance. and real esfafe deparrmenl had over 400 srudenrs enrolled in courses of- iened by The depar+men'r in The a . New faculry members added To 1'he s+a'F1c during 'rhe year were as- sisranr professors Terri Troxel and John Thornlon, borh insurance specialisfs. RIGHT: Gradua+e s+uden+s siruggle la boriously during a seminar leciure BELOW: Ins+ruc+or illus+ra'l'es law'of sup ply and demand in 'Finance course. W ,, . ,c, , ,, ,c Monogement Offerings Include Computer Systems The department of management and declslon sciences began offering a pro fesslonal field m computer systems nn the tall Other professlonal flelds offered In clude Industrial management manage ment sclence statistical researclw gener al buslness and administrative manage ment F l r V A n H ll 1 l ll' , ul ' li u. li l lr I V A Kindergarlen slaff member explains number blocks lo lhe children. A modern dance class, pal-'I' of 'Phe physical educa+ion clepar'I'men+, pracliced oufside +he gymnasium. College of Educolion Lifesaving courses' were offered in fhe sum- ' V 5 mer by lhe physical educafion deparlmenf. l Alai rl .us A siudenl' works in a meial working class in 'lhe indusirial aris depar'l'men+. The College of Educaiion published a unified piciorial bulleiin 'lor The firsi lime. H' shows The programs in The deparimenis of educaiion, in- dusrrial aris and physical educaiion as based on aciiviiies and siudeni experiences raiher 'rhan course requiremenis. The educalion deparrmenr began operaiing a year-long Kindergarren Training lnsiirule, and Dr. Wifi Blair, former dean of 'rhe College of Educaiion, rejoined Jrhe faculiy as acring chair- man for ihe division of elemeniary educaiion. Dean Dwa ne Kingery. Industriol Arts North Texos Boosts Southwest's Lorgest The over 300 industrial arts majors at North Texas made the industrial arts department the largest in the Southwest and the eighth largest in :the nation. - Dr. Jerry C. McCain was elected president ot the Texas Industrial Arts Association tor I97I-'72. Dr. Earle B. Blanton, the department chair- man. was the chairman ot the Industrial Arts and Instructional Research Study Committee tor the Texas Educational Agency. RIGHT: An industrial arts maior works on a proiect in the power mechanics class. BELOW: Two ot the girls registered for I.A. courses work the power saw in a woodworking class., 'X X I I I, P.E. 524 Majors Enrolled In Physical Education The deparlmenl of heallh, physical educa- Jrion and recrealion expanded i+s course ol- ferings 'ro include 'leacher cerlilicalion in The area of heallh educalion and are concenlral- ing in dance and a second leaching field in physical educalion lor elemenlary educalion majors. The depar+men+'s conlinuing Educalion commillee sponsored workshops in ballel. jazz, movemenf educalion, driver educalion. sporls psychology and physical lilness. Dr. Bryan Gray and Dr. Peggy Richardson were added lo The slaff. The deparlmenl had 524 majors. LEFT: Two fencers prac+ice during a physical educalion class. BELOW: Bill Cornelius helps one of his s+uden'I's in a gymnaslics class. low School of Home Economics A bachelor oT science degree in nursery school educaTion was approved in The Tall Tor The School oT Home Economics. Home economics classes cooperaTed wiTh PresidenT and Mrs. C. C. Nolen in choosing ma- Terials To be used in redecoraTing The PresidenT's Home. The Food and NuTriTion Club was reorganized during The year and sTudenTs Took parT in sTyle shows and demonsTraTions. T Dr. EleTTe EsTrada ioined The sTaTT. STudenTs enrolled in a clofhing consTrucTion class dis cuss The meriTs of a design for a panTs suiT. iw Dean Mary Evans S Joyce Graves, Pam Loree and Helen Kung prepare +o sample food In +he school s demonsfrahon home ,E 's Ili" ., Z .1 - 'I 1 1 'nn I ' , V ' A , ' - ,-1 ., biuyx Y, ,. ' X 5 Q 1. aw - . , ,. . I .f 1 l, , , - ' 7 ' '- - 'Vw' . ' ' ll, ' 1 U 'gx - : , reg, "'x :' l .':.I ll'- ' ml- N l P '- ,ul I -. .- f ., 1 , V ,Alf .- HL. r . , C t , C G- ,- . , N . all . ,- ' J . ,-Ql, ' X. ' 4 . 1 . - gp e f , H ' Ago-, . .,,.1 ' t ' ,ll fl" 'Gulf ' D, --7 r -l ' . ,Alum ', -, "-,Ev v' l N V ' wl . V ' 'l . - 'I ' -' l g . as Q Ihr' . . , vg' Ulf ., ' V l . I . School of Librciry cmd The second floor of fhe lnformalion Sciences Building houses maferials 'For use by library science s'l'uden+s. Becoming familiar wi+h all par1's of a library, including lhe chil- drens' sec'I'ion, is parl of a librarian's iob. .ii 'R' vi- ll L ry., InTormoTion Sciences A sTudenT checks an index of library liTeraTure Tor currenT lisTings. Dr. David A. 'Webb, acTing dean. The year marked The beginning oT The operaTion oT The School oT Library and lnTormaTion Sciences, Tor- merly The library service deparTmenT, as a separaTe school aT NorTh Texas. The school began To phase ouT iTs undergraduaTe program Tor majors in The Tall and iT limired iTs under- graduaTe program To an I8-semesTer-hour minor in accordance wiTh The recommendaTions oT The Ameri- can Library AssociaTion. GraduaTe level programs include The degrees oT masTer oT library science and The docTor oT philoso- phy in library science. The second Tloor oT The InTormaTion Sciences build- ing became The home oT The school when books were moved To The new Library during The summer.- ,A w V r'v X v , ,Ln ,11vM,"'- '- " qw?"- ' ' 'f"" ""' --'-div:---1gqz.-ul-5-sw-1, .-.f. -...,f,.,,,, . ,M R +1 ,W I. 6' l n ti- 5 9-Q -gl H ,5'hXQ'N - ,xr f-,ja V .fm :U-5 ' . X K X x I X i - w 1 gf ,MHA , -fy Apfvf .wbgx ,, 5 Q .ba ,Q ,L 3 ,' ,MJL 1. 'mr 6 '.mgs,'- N i in ... N 'N r ,, ' W. 'H y, S .1-Mfr IAQ vtqkiiy I M A' M' A' 6 mgtjxlljx ,Vit q.,,fU,-W V. -1, 1 gap' 15 L S if-1534, L 'kgif '4' u 41' 'I' N6 "- ' Ov ,LE L., -. ,,m,"lN1 ry X IW, " 4 19 sm g IU. ' , ! A, '- Ma' ..: f ji I Llp -ww . x A -1, no VF' '2 S if 'nw iw w 1'-x xv, School of Music ABOVE: Marius Nordal, a graduafe music maior, prac- lices a composifion for piano. BELOW: Dean Kenneih l T Culhberf. The School of Music closed ils Orcheslra and Music halls in lhe summer because Their loundalions had delerioraled and moved some of ils praclice rooms and offices lo Chillon Hall and Quad lll. The school formed a sludenl-iacully council lo help sludenls work wilh lhe music facully in reviewing and suggesling changes in lhe school's policies. A new club, The Sociely for lhe Promo- lion of Black Music and Musicians. was formed and sponsored ils firsl concerl in The fall. ln addilion lo The many recilals held dur- ing lhe year. lhe school sponsored a Home- coming concerl and a Lab Band concerl which fealured Jeff Slurges, former Norlh Texas sludenl who arranges music for Tom Jones. RIGHT: Dr. Roberl Toulouse. BELOW: A graduafe s+u- clen'I' looks a+ lhe announcemenfs on +he informalion board in 'lhe Business Adminislralion Building. ur---I l!17y1w Ni 5 -1-in-I rw Ljlus ig, 1:-. P 1. ABOVE A graduafe class sfudles fhe basic loglc of compufer lognc of compuler science BELOW Sandy Taylor malces a casl' of Terry Samples face Groducfre School Several new graduafe programs were In froclucecl during fhe year The new compufer sclence deparfmenl' offered bofh masfer of arfs ancl masfer of science degrees The arf cleparfmenf offered for fhe flrsf lime a docforafe In arf and a Ph D In fnne ar s A PhD program was begun In clrmcal and counseling psychology In Augusf and fhe School of Library and lnformahon Scl ences began fo phase ouf nfs sequence for unclergraduafe malors and became cl vofed exclusively fo graduafe sfudy ancl un dergracluafe minors A G' rf' 'Q i. rr :.,:.Q5.g.':,.iI""l:l ' Nl ' ,3",1'4 ' . U' X l r I .- VZ A A I yr .nip E -1 , Ll iv? 5 L, A Nfl: , ' , . ' V -- . A " 'Sl - r V Q Q C . V-wr' A ,dv ' . I I Q . e- ff - . Wff - ,y ,L s "U A V 'uh ' W . filj. 1 -, C' " 5?-,V , Y - A 1 . ,V 4: , ,l . I . N fwix,, s ' lik 'N xx A music maior uses 1'he compu'l'er sciences lab in Marquis Hall +o aid him in composing his music The modern computers available to the students serve as their tool ot knowledge and learning gsgsgg warg ROS IDDRES DATA san comm: nnunsss REGISTER 'Egg EH 3 15" .al 4-'fd-'l ,flfhei r l' tt-ff' Q 11.114 AL we A893533 4 K-27' urx sron I KWDRD UCM It 'L Local. ET' P713 sms vnotecr L: 5551 MG Nrerfwfsnme 1fsl,f-r EWl .4-.B .-.-ad-si, Ax, '11 ""77" V"""""' mausisxn ,film ff, F' use Aon sums 1 ' ffm fr!! wh up BEFORE SYSTEM RESET CDGANML ll ' olsv Acrsvz IS Q f msv rms ssmtus Z EOD .Lh-...4 Computer Sciences Dr Don Scott Guides New Areas ot Study The computer sciences department began its tlrst year ot operations In the tall with two tull time Instructors Master ot arts and mas ter ot sclence degrees were ottered on the graduate level and an I8 hour undergraduate minor program was set up Classes were held ln the Physics Math and Bnology bunldlngs and space tor a computer laboratory was set asnde m Marquis Hall tor use by the departments students Computer parts were donated by Individuals and corpo rations tor use un the study ot computer de srgn The departments curriculum IS concerned wath the understanding ot the mtormatlon processung machine as well as the study ot nts development, according to Dr Dan Scott de ment are designed to gave students a good background In computatsonal analysis. ma chnne orgamzatuon data communlcatlon sys tem design and the laboratory use ot a com puter, he sand The three malor areas ot study In the com puter sciences department are lntormatuon processnng techniques, computer system de sign and mathematscal processing techniques Studying and exammlng the clrcult disc helps this student understand computer compo nents. . 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Division of Aerospoce Studies ABOVE: Suzanne Win'rer leacls +he Angel Fligh+ unif, +he honorary club for women in+eres+ed in +he Air'Force, in i+s acfivilies, in 1'he Homecom- ing parade. RIGHT: Cadefs lower flag in fronl of Aclminisfrafion Building. For rhe iirs+ Jrime, girls regisfered for classes in 'rhe Division oi Aerospace Siudies. Six girls look courses in Jrhe division in The fall. Sfipends for cadels under coniracl were in- creased irom S50+of1SIOO a mon'rh in November. The division provided counseling services for anyone uncerfain aboui his opiions under ihe currem' drafr laws. Credir and semesier-by-semesler draff defer- menis were given 'ro srudenis enrolled in The di- vision's four-year program regardless of wheiher or nor ihey signed a coniracr for milirary service affer graduarion. LEFT: Be++y Herringfon enrolls in classes offered by fhe aerospace sfudies division during regisfrafion. BELOW: Col. Richard E. J. Scoff, division chairman. Adkins, Roscoe C. Adkisson. 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Type A people rode IO- speed bicycles, carried only slim noTebooks To class and parTicipaTed in campus acTiviTies and organizaTions. Their picTures Till This volume. Type B people, on The oTher hand, rode buses or drove cars To school, carried heavy book sarchels or brieTcases To class and parTicipaTed in Tew, iT any campus acTiviTies. NoT many had Their picTures Taken Tor The yearbook. Type A people were called "residenTs"7 Type B, "commuTers." The commuTers were by Tar The harder group To ana- lyze. They were quieT, and raTher elusive. Their only pur- pose Tor coming on campus was To aTTend class. When Their classes were over, They quickly deparTed Tor home. The ones who were unTorTunaTe enough To have breaks be- Tween Their classes spenT Their Tree Time eiTher eaTing in The Union Building snack bar or caTeTeria, or sTudying in The UB or Library. Few TelT Themselves To be a parT oT The universiTy: They exhibiTed even less school spiriT Than did DenTon residenTs. The adminisTraTion had Tew TacTs and Tigures on com- muTers, alThough an analysis oT commuTing paTTerns was made Tor The TirsT Time during The Tall semesTer. By sorTing IBM cards according To sTudenTs' zip codes, The OTTice oT lnsTiTuTional Analysis TOIAT did produce some inTeresTing sTaTisTics. The commuTing populaTion rose To 37 per cenT oT The ToTal sTudenT body during I97l-72. This represenTed a sTeady increase over The pasT I5 years, according To Dr. James l.. Rogers, clirecTor oT insTiTuTional analysis. The per- cenTage oT commuTers was especially high among gradu- aTe sTudenTs, 59 per cenT, as compared To 3l per cenT oT undergraduaTes. SlighTly more men T40 per cenTl Tended To commuTe Than women T34 per cenTl. A greaT maioriTy oT sTudenTs l88 per cenTl lived in eiTher DenTon or Dallas counTies. Only 3.5 per cenT oT The sTudenT populaTion lived in ForT WorTh. This number l56Ol was Tewer Than live in iusT Two Dallas suburbs, lrving and Richardson T575l. The average commuTer is beTween 2l and 25 and is married n OTher Than classiTicaTion, sex and ciTy oT residence, The OTA knew liTTle abouT commuTers. The Yucca Tried To oTT- seT This by conducTing iTs own mini-survey. QuesTionnaires were handed ouT To 85 people who rode The commuTer buses To NTSU Trom Dallas each day. From The commuTers' answers, a proTile OT The average commuTer was drawn. He lor shel was beTween 20 and 25 years oT age. married, and a iunior majoring in eiTher busi- ness adminisTraTion or educaTion. He did noT Take an ac- Tive parT in any campus organizaTions, and only occasion- ally did he aTTend universiTy-sponsored acTiviTies such as lecTures, concerTs and plays. He Took l2 hours or more per semesTer and worked aT a iob ouTside The home. The main reason he decided To aTTend NorTh Texas was conven- ience. The oTher reasons included The courses oTTered and CommuTers Keep Comi U9 law cosT. IT came as no surprise ThaT he TelT ThaT he did noT receive his money's worTh Trom his sTudenT acTiviTies Tee. When asked how many commuTers parTicipaTed in sTu- denT government Wes Spiegel, presidenT oT The STudenT GovernmenT AssociaTion, gave a one-word reply, "None," "lT's hard Tor The commuTer To be acTive in any school ac- TiviTy," he said. "lT's almosT impossible Tor him To mainTain a school idenTiTy. His loyalTies lie in Dallas, l:orT WorTh or wherever he commuTes Tram." Ron BlaTchley, clirecTor oT STudenT AcTiviTies Union lSAUl, TelT discouraged in his eTTorTs To inTeresT commuT- ers in universiTy-sponsored programs. "lT's diTTiculT To in- TeresT commuTers in anyThing we do," he said. Their inTer- esTs iusT don'T coincide wiTh Those oT on-campus people." He lndicaTed ThaT he ThoughT commuTers wanTed The UB To be a quieT place, "a library wiTh coke machines." The UB was noT designed wiTh The commuTer in mind This year The SAU Tried To inTeresT commuTers in The High Noon Seminars which were inTormal sessions in which sTudenTs would Talk wiTh poliTicians and school adminisTra- Tors. "We designed These seminars wiTh commuTers in mind, buT They won'T aTTend," BlaTchley said. "When The seminar people walk in The room, The commuTers walk ouT." BlaTchley expressed some doubT as To wheTher The SAU will ever inTeresT The commuTer. "We've Tailed so Tar," he said, "buT we'll keep on Trying." BoTh BlaTchley and The UB direcTor, Harold Miller, agreed ThaT The presenT UB was noT designed wi'Th The commuTer in mind. BoTh expressed opTimism ThaT The pro- posed addiTion To The UB would include space seT aside Tor a guieT commuTer lounge. "The way Things are now," BlaTchley said, "you can hear The piano Trom any room on The Third Tloor. This disTurbs The commuTer who is sTudy- ing. DespiTe iTs obvious drawbacks, The UB became a nicer place in which commuTers could eaT and sTudy This year. The TirsT Tloor Howdy Room, seT aside years ago Tor com- muTers, was given a Tace liTT This spring when orange car- peTing and new brighT-colored couches were added. Psy- chodelic painT, new carpeTs and new Tables, chairs and couches made The Third Tloor a gaThering place, especially during The noon hour. Parking problems plagued The commuTer This year. As parT oT The universiTy's lvlasTer Plan presenTed in l967, some campus sTreeTs were closed and TransTormed inTo ei- Ther open malls or parking loTs Tor school employes. These changes reduced The number oT spaces available Tor sTu- denT parking. A pedesTrian-orienTed campus is The universiTy's goal. Dr. Rogers said. "We have been killing Time," he said. The ulTimaTe goal, according To Dr. Rogers. is To esTablish l0,000 parking spaces on The periphery oT The campus in- cluding The loTs aT The aThleTic TaciliTies. A Tram sysTem ThaT was supposed To be available This year To TransporT sTudenTs To and Trom Their cars aT FouTs Field Tailed To maTerialize. A Long Dciy's Journey lnTo DenTon CommuTers waiT aT The bus sTop Tor Their parTicular bus To arrive. John L. CarTer, vice-presidenT oT Tiscal aTTairs, blamed Pres,idenT Richard Nixon's wage-price Treeze Tor The delay. The Treeze sTopped a proposed increase in The sTudenT parking Tee which would have paid Tor The Trams. "BeTore The Treezef' CarTer said, "we esTimaTed ThaT The Tee in- crease would bring in EB40,000." During '7'l-'72, Dallas commuTers chose in increasing numbers To avoid The parking mess alTogeTher by Taking The bus and leaving The driving To TransporTaTion EnTer- prises, Inc. TTEIT. TEI operaTed a sTaTewide shuTTle service Tor college sTudenTs This year. IT provided bus service To NTSU, Texas Woman's UniversiTy, The UniversiTy oT Texas aT AusTin, EasT Texas STaTe UniversiTy, SouThwesT Texas ?TaTe UniversiTy and Texas AgriculTural and IndusTrial Col- ege. Bill Lawrie oT TEl's Dallas oTTice said ThaT The company's buses carried I,I0O NTSU sTudenTs beTween DenTon and Dallas each semesTer oT The '7l-'72 school year. ln addi- Tion, TEI carried IOO passengers To TWU. On SepT. I, l970, The company had only a Third as many riders To DenTon. "We have rapidly gained passen- gers since NorTh Texas sTarTed charging Tor sTudenT park- ing," Lawrie said. He Theorized ThaT The increasing number OT older women going back To school conTribuTed To The company's rapid increase in passengers over The lasT year. 'll Think ThaT all The layoTTs oT men aT Tl, LTV and Collins Radio have Torced wives To go back To school To geT a degree so They can help supporT Their Tamilies," Lawrie said. Lawrie insisTed ThaT TEl did noT consider iTs commuTer service Tor college sTudenTs To'be a money-making venTure in '71-'72, He said ThaT TEl's main business was bus renTals. "We have underTaken The commuTer service only as a ius- TiTicaTion Tor keeping so many buses on hand Tor renTal purposes," he said. TEI employed 30 NTSU sTudenTs as parT-Time drivers This year. Bus Tare was S85 per semesTer Tor a Tive-day pass. ComplainTs Trom commuTers abouT The bus service was minimal This year, according To Lawrie. Occasionally, he said, someone complained ThaT The drivers were reckless. "This doesn'T happen oTTen because we police our driv- ers," he explained. "We waTch Them closely and weed ouT The bad ones." OTher complainTs concerned buses ThaT ran ahead oT or behind schedule and drivers who allowed smoking on The buses, despiTe "no smoking" signs. This year, sTudenTs especially liked TEl's nighT service Tor commuTers Lawrie said. TEI operaTed buses To and Trom The 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. classes Tor The TirsT Time. STudenTs queried This year lisTed The lack oT air condi- Tioning as a big disadvanTage To riding The buses in The summer. Lawrie explained ThaT TEI operaTed only inex- pensive, unaircondiTioned school buses because more luxu- rious buses would necessiTaTe a much higher Tare. "We have To keep The cosT low," he said, "or commuTing by car would be cheaper and we would lose our cusTomers." STudenTs had raTher deTiniTe ideas when asked abouT The pros and cons oT commuTing. Mike Edwards, Dallas iunior, said ThaT commuTing allowed him To escape Trorn The educaTional environmenT oT DenTon. He said, "You have more Treedorn in selecTing your associaTes if you commuTe." DenTon: "lT's noT my idea of civilizaTion." Edwards said ThaT commuTing had iTs disadvanTages, however. "l'm limiTed as To The campus acTiviTies ThaT l can parTicipaTe in," he said. Loss oT sleep is a big disad- vanTage, according To Edwards. "l have To geT up much earlier To make a class Than do on-campus people," he said. Ann Lovell, Dallas graduaTe sTudenT, did noT Teel ThaT commuTing held any signiTicanT disadvanTages Tor her. "l'm married and l don'T have The need Tor all The social acTiviTies like The younger sTudenTs do," she said. On-The-road Time was The main disadvanTage oT com- muTing named by Bill PraTT, Richardson junior. He said ThaT he ThoughT commuTers were more serious sTudenTs Than residenTs. "Anyone who puTs up wiTh driving 80 miles a day To and Trom class has To be preTTy serious," he said. PraTT TelT ThaT he was a parT oT The school only Tor a Tew hours a day. "When you sTep OTT ThaT bus, iT's a whole dif- TerenT world," he said. Expressing a senTimenT widely held by commuTers, PraTT declared ThaT he would noT wanT To live in DenTon. "lT's noT my idea OT civilizaTion." he said. 02 ' I J I ' - Somefhing happened fo sfudenf governmenf af Norfh Texas fhis year - if was finally approved. The vofe ended almosf nine monfhs of quesfion concerning sfudenf gov- ernmenf affer fhe Sfudenf Govern- menf Associafion lSGAl was approved in May l97I. However, fhe SGA con- sfifufion was changed by fhe adminis- frafion, and if was decided fo puf fhe documenf up for re-rafificafion. Alfhough fhe quesfion of an effec- five sfudenf governmenf remained, SGA became fhe recognized sfudenf governmenf af Norfh Texas. li Ad I All ABOVE: Members of fhe elecfions commiH'ee counf ballofs in fhe elecfion fhaf finally esfab- lished SGA as fhe official sfudenf governmenf. BELOW: Presidenf C. C. Nolen spoke af fhe SGA Workshop. ?s-...e, -- A. , ni? 0' . .s dp, ,,.,ub .F- 'fi - 'fi, Ili y -,',,. Zi ' , 2 f ' f - i 4' 1 N :J ,xi i 1 V, M 'S , ir-. Q ,,, Qi SGA: Gfficicil - Yes Effective - Maybe egg ABOVEg Mike Simpson, vice-presiden'r of in+ernal affairs reads a repor+ during a meering. LEFT: Wes Spiegel, SGA president 103 1 i i Denton Moy Be Dry, BUT IT Sure 04 ' i C' syn Q ' X xv D W ' 4 if Lincoln Park, only I0 miles from Den+on, was 'Hue closesl package s+ore in +l1e area. osles Wel il ,...-qwl Allhough Denlon is legally slill dry, il did gel a Ii++Ie weller lhis year. Three privale clubs designed specilically lo caler lo slu- denls llourished. Bill Filz, a lormer Norlh Texas sludenl, opened lhe Final Exam. The club, only one bloclc lrom campus, opened iusl in lime lor lhe lall semesler lesl rush. The Eleclric Circus was converled inlo a privale club when il ran inlo linancial lrouble. The Circus also ran inlo legal lrouble when lhey served liquor lo a minor. During lhe spring, a pelilion was circulal- ed calling lor a liquor eleclion, and wilh lhe slrong sludenl vole, il was possible lhal Denlon would have a weller lulure. Privale clubs designed specifically for sfudenls opened during lhe school year. One problem lhal 'faced lhe clubs was lhe possibilily of being closed if lhey mislakenly sold liquor lo a minor. 'IO 06 They Coll IT LiberoTion The old maxim oT iusT Two sexes became obsoIeTe This pasT year on The NorTh Texas STaTe UniversiTy campus. IT was no longer suTTicienT To cIassiTy a person as eiTher a male or a Temale. A new sex evolved - The IiberaTed woman. llii a g f'xIThough The Women's LiberaTion movemenT began, Dr. EIizabeTh AImquisT oT The sociol- ogy deparTmenT said ThaTsThe NorTh Texas movemenT has progressed slowly. "The kinds oT Things happening on This Campus happened in The EasT years ago. The NorTh Texas women haven'TIreaIized The siTuaTion yeT,, buT The movemenT here is picking up. The un- resT is presenT, and iT is beginning To come ouT in The open. The people who know whaT is going on are exciTed and scared, l'l' she said. s Dr. AImquisT said ThaT beTore The movemenT on This campus could really begin To grow, people would hamve To be unhappy and disgusTed enough To uniTe and sTarT doing someThing abouT The siTuaTion. 1 y, "The women have To realize ThaT Their gripes are noT personal complaiinrs, buT againsT gen- eral discriminaTion and oppression againsT women,"gshe said. The issues Tor sTudenTs were noT The same as Those Tor TacuITy members. STudenTs' main compIainTs were abouT cuirTew and housing reguIaTions. The TacuITy problems concerned equal empIoyrnenT opporTuniTies and equal and Tair pay. This year saw, The birTh oT a women's IiberaTion group called Women Involved Today. The members oT This group are Trom Texas Woman's UniversiTy and NTSU. The women are divided inTo inTeresT groups. . One group is concerned wiTh campus problems and any TaceT oT campus IiTe Tor women. Carol Wisnieski, MIlddIeTown', Conn. graduaTe sTudenT and spokeswoman Tor The group, said The group sTudies each siTuaTion inTenseIy. AnoTher group is sTudying ypoIiTicaI maTTers and candidaTes. "We call on oTTiciaIs and candidaTes To supporT The Equal Legal RighTs IELRI IegisIaTion. We Talk To The candidaTes and Tind OTJT Their posiTion in The women's movemenT," Miss Wis- nieski said. The common Term Tor The women's movemenT is "women's lib," buT To mosT oT The inTer- esTed women, This Term is insuITing. 5 "The Term 'lib' is insuITing. IT is noT called Black lib or Third World lib. So why should iT be women's lib?" Miss Wisnieski asked. The women's movemenT reached a peak in February. The women's EquiTy AcTion League IWEALI Tiled a compIainT againsT NorTh TexasESTaTe UniversiTy wiTh The oTTice oT ConTracT Compliance, a branch oT The I'IeaITh, EducaTion and WeITare deparTmenT IHEWI. The issue oT The cornpIainT was sex discriminaTion in empIoymenT. "The siTuaTion will be sTudied by The oTTice oT ConTracT Compliance. IT a paTTern oT be- havior oT discriminaTion is shown, NorTh Texas will have Two aITernaTives - eiTher To Take an aTTirmaTive acTion plan or To do noThing. IT They do noThing, I"IEW can Take away all Tederal money," Dr. AImquisT said. This compIainT could be a Turning poinT in The women's IiberaTion movemenT. "IT This case goes over, we will have a whole new ball game," Dr. AImquisT said. There was no doubT ThaT VoTe Power was GCTIVS on campus ThIs year buT more Than one person ques TIoned The organIzaTIon s moTIves and ITs operaTIng meThods ln one week alone The group regIsTered over 500 voTers mosT oT Them NorTh Texas sTudenTs AbouT 45 VoTe Power volunTeers were sworn IH as depuTy FGQISTFGFS durIng The year CandIdaTes Tor local sTaTe and naTIonal OTTICG began clamorung Tor sTudenTs aTTenTIon early In Tne year lvlany such as CongressIonal candIdaTes Dale MIlTord and MIke lv1cKool were guesTs aT The SAU sponsored HIgh Noon Semmars The sTudenT voTe Increased by The passage oT The 26Th AmendmenT became even more ImporTanT In UDIVSFSITY areas aTTer a rullng on a TesT case Tlled by STeve Muncy Krum Iumor and CraIg Ownby a sTu denT aT Cooke CounTy Junuor College The courT ruled ThaT a sTudenT may FGQISTSF To voTe In The coun Ty where he aTTends school as long as he meeTs resI dency requIremenTs and plans To lIve In ThaT counTy IndeTInITely aTTer graduaTIon Mannung Tables In The UnIon BuIldIng VoTe Power regIsTrars Took Tull advanTage oT The rullng and were quIck To poInT ouT To sTudenTs ThaT The elecTIon code dld noT SPGCITY how long a TIme IndeTInITely George LasaTer DenTon CounTy Tax collecTer saId he was requIred To regIsTer any sTudenT who saId he planned To remaIn a resIdenT oT DenTon CounTy In deTInITely VoTe Power represenTaTIves clashed wITh The STudenT GovernmenT ASSOCIGTIOD SGA aTTer Wes SpIegel SGA presIdenT reTused To approprIaTe Tunds To VoTe Power because OT rumors ThaT The InTormaTIQn ob TaIned by The group was avaIlable only To a selecTed group oT polITIcal workers Terry lvloellmger VoTe Power coordInaTor denIed The charges and claImed ThaT The cards used by The regIsTrars were devlsed exclusuvely To aId Them In can vassIng poTenTIal voTers IT Wes Splegel and STeve lvluncy ThInk The hard cards are ThaT ImporTanT They are very naIve and are only TryIng To play aT polITIcal games Tvloellmger saI However aT a VoTe Power meeTIng The same week members adopTed a wrITTen seT oT rules Tor The Hard cards ATTer much dIscussIon The cards were made publIc wITh a Tee oT S45 Tor TheIr use AnoTher conTroversy arose when VoTe Power Trled To expand :Ts operaTIons To Include Texas Woman s UnIversITy campus TwIce asked To leave The campus by TWU s Dr James Corey vIce presIdenT Tor sTu denT aTTaIrs members oT The group planned To seek a ond OTher courT order whIch would allow Them on campus Reg IsTrars maInTaIned ThaT as agenTs oT The sTaTe They should be allowed on The campus In lvlarch Knowles Cromwell a VoTe Power volun Teer gave The newly regIsTered voTers a chance To voIce TheIr opInIons when he TIled a peTITIon Tor a local opTIon lIquor reTerendum Only T900 sIgnaTures oT regIsTered voTers were necessary To call The reTer endum and supporTers oT The movemenT TelT ThaT There were more Than enough sTudenT voTes avaIlable To meeT The requIremenTs VoTe Power X Z Dr James D Corey VICE presIclenT for sTudenT BTTBITS aT TWU 6dVlSeS Jlm SImmons a VoTe Power regIsTrar To leave campus aTTer The group appeared To regIsTer voTers PoIITIccIl FolIIes 107 ' .. . . . , . . - - I I l ' I I I I ' A I I . , . . I , I - I I I ' . . . - E . ' v rlif' ' II- - - II - I ,TVN I 5 A . . . H. . . ,, . A IS. I ' ' I . . H. I rf' - - II ' l l ' I - y . ,- I . ' . ' . . 'xc FL' ' I 'I u 1 V . l . . ,I . A I If' I I II II - - ' I I . ' . . . . . . , . . , I . . . I I I . . ' . , - - I O O C l O I 08 TM. "1. ilwg-igiwga ,.,,. H A member oT AASU prepares pancakes Tor one of The underprivileged children of DenTon. The ATro-American STudenT Union lAASUl began a program during The '7l-'72 school year To help Teed The underprivileged DenTon children. AASU served breakTasT in The home oT a member To over I6 chil- dren who would oTherwise have had To go To school hungry every day. OTher NorTh Texans worked wiTh DASH. The pro- gram, sTarTed several years ago, was designed so ThaT The TuTor and The child worked on school homework. AlThough The school work was imporTanT, The relaTion- ship beTween The TuTor and The child was The primary consideraTion. The TuTors worked on a volunTeer non- paying basis. While some people worked wiTh The children, oTh- ers chose To help The sTudenTs oT NTSU. Help House, DenTon's one and only drug cenTer. ::TTered drug addicTs a place To go where They could Talk To a Trained counseler and seek an alTernaTive To drugs. Brian Kelly, a NorTh Texas sTudenT and a peer counselor aT Help House, explained The purpose oT The drug cenTer. "We are here To help bad Trippers, people wiTh psychological problems relaTed To drugs and people inclined Toward drug-induced suicides. We are on call 24 hours a day, every day," he said. The ciTy oT DenTon donaTed an old house To be used as The drug cenTer. and sTudenTs helped To re- model iT. AlThough parT oT The money needed To mainTain Help House came Trom sTaTe agencies, NorTh Texas sTudenTs came Through wiTh conTribu- Tions. DelTa Sigma Phi donaTed over SIOO To The drug cenTer. One TraTerniTy kidnapped a cannon To geT money Help - NTSU Commodify i972 was a year oT change. A year when parT oT The emphasis was changed Trom VieTnam and pollu- Tion To helping each oTher. While people were sTill concerned wiTh maior problems, some worked To change whaT They could. NorTh Texas sTudenTs were no excepTions. They worked To help children and each oTher. By working Through DenTon ATTer School Help lDASHl, The breakTasT program and by reading To The blind and working wiTh Help House, NTSU sTudenTs Tried To change The Things They could. STudenTs were able To help The children oT DenTon by working wiTh DASH and The breakTasT program. Tor Help House. Members oT The Tall pledge class oT Lambda Chi Alpha social TraTerniTy heisTed a cannon belonging To The Talons, a service organizaTion, and held iT Tor a ransom. The Terms oT The ransom were: The Talons and Lambda Chi had To provide IO men each To do odd jobs around The drug cenTer and each organiza- Tion had To donaTe a speciTic amounT oT money To The cenTer. AlThough The pledges gave The cannon back be- Tore The Terms were meT, boTh organizaTions carried ouT The ransom. The pledges said They decided To Take The cannon 1 ,T E ABOVE: AASU members fixed brealc'fasT Tor over I6 chil- dren. BELOW: A DASH volunTeer helps a sTud6nT wiTh his maTh. "We iusT wc1nTed To help." when The lnTerTraTerniTy Council l'lFCl suggesTed ThaT The TraTerniTy do someThing Tor The drug cenTer. NorTh Texas sTudenTs also helped The blind sTu- denTs who aTTended NTSU. Members of several orga- nizaTions read To blind sTudenTs as service proiecTs. On The clay beTore exams, The reader reviewed Them and Tried To help Them in any way They could. Members oT The NorTh Texas Daily sTaTT and sever- al journalism maiors began To record The news in The paper Tor The blind sTudenTs. By having The news re- corded, The sTudenTs could lisTen To a parTicular news iTem wiThouT again having To ask someone To read iT To him. Asked why They decided To record The paper, one oT The sTaTT members said, "We iusT wanTed To help." 109 110 if In' 56,-I 7, 1 -UE? wr.. H uvixl g - ' ' Hia A I ' ,V-.-.M-.fT2?'f 714+ Z ri, ,.:. Y F- A I V ABOVE: Henry fsfeve Lehewl gives Becke+'s deaih order. RIGHT: Beckei' Uerry Jonesj prays before he ns mur- dared. Character Ske'rches Mark Produdion of 'Becker' Alpha Psl Omega Stages Celebration bg l gl phl Am' I a .1 l I . l ' 4 ' 1 , n a--e l - eaee as Annual Musical ,LH 4 ll l .7 f Barbara Jarvis lAn el and James Odom l . - f s, a - 1 lOr an meef as da and Eve. "A Day in the Death ot Joe Egg" deals with parents' attempts to face the reality of having a retarded daughter. Brian fHarry Reinwaldl and Shelia iLinda Wallsl act as it nothing is wrong with their daughter Joe lTina John- sont. Actors struggle tor identity in tirst ploy ot season, 'A Dciy in the Decith ot Joe Egg' Harry Reinwald shows his exasperation in having been untortunate enough to have a retarded daugh- ter. 1 relief 3' 'UICA' Paul Tankersley and Mollie Molloy iSusie Hendrix, fry 'io subdue a man who killed a policeman and also wanfs io commi+ suicide. Hildy Johnson fPaul Tankersleyl keeps his fob, adheres fo his ediior s lJoe Lauckl advice and surprises his fiancee iMarilyn SchuH'sj. Student Achvlhes Union , Howdy Dance gave s+uden+s 'iherr lasf sponsors coffee house, donce chance fo unwind before classes began. ima ,ff ,f nfl' 414'- S+uden1's re+urning from lheir summer vacarions danced +o lhe ing sponsored by fhe S+uden+ Ac+ivi+ies Union. The Freddy Em music of Baccus a+ a Howdy Dance in froni' of +he Union Build- pire Show also played for +he firs+ school sponsored dance. .-... . . f' 1 gf 1 H ur 5. .N w Q-gexx Fix -Hub. -"1p-'- "-lipfarav--- ' va-vu 'b'-Ian..--.--n,:- - .. 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Alihough some people complain aboui' being required 'io live in a dorm, ihey soon realize ihaf living in a dorm plays an impor+an+ pari in college life and in making friends. For The TirsT Time in several years, sTudenTs be- came more Than vocal abouT condiTions in The dorms. STudenTs were dissaTisTied wiTh whaT They Termed bad Tood, inadequaTe parking Tor resi- denTs and visiTors, unair-condiTioned dorms, noT enough privacy, discriminaTion based on sex and age, inadequaTe visiTaTion hours and noT enough recreaTional TaciliTies. ln SepTember, represenTaTives Trom lvlcCon- nell Hall, which houses women 2l or older, said They were Tired oT being TreaTed like children. They believed The rules concerning visiTaTion righTs, lobby hours and burning incense should be less sTricT Tor Them Than Tor girls in The oTher dorms. ThaT same day, spokesmen Trom,Clark Hall said They were considering legal acTion againsT any elemenT They TelT was repressive. In a sTaTe- menT To The adminisTraTion, They called Tor in- creased visiTaTion hours, easing oT quieT-hour regulaTions and relaxing oT The ban on incense burning. Richard Geer, direcTor oT housing, Tried To deTend The universiTy policy. He said ThaT a 24- hour visiTaTion policy was noT pracTiced because oT The possibiliTy oT rapes and Tor various oTher reasons. The lowering oT quieT hours could be ac- complished on a dorm To dorm basis, buT re- sTricTing The burning oT incense was a wise policy iT iT inhibiTed The smoking oT mariiuana and de- creased chances oT drug addicTion. The complainT oT almosT every woman in The dorm was The double sTandard ThaT exisTs in The TreaTmenT oT men and women in The housing pol- icy. lvlale sTudenTs oT any age wiTh 60 or more college hours may live oTT campus, buT a Temale musT be 2 I, married or commuTing To legally live oTT campus. Geer said The concern Tor The saTeTy and well- being oT women on campus was The reason Tor This rule, buT he added ThaT nexT year women will probably have equal righTs wiTh men in The hous- ing policy. Several changes Took place in The housing pol- icy This year. The PresidenT's CabineT approved a general visiTaTion policy oT I2 hours a day Tor men's dorms To be seT up by The individual dorms. I Women's visiTaTion policy was changed so ThaT individual dorms could seT up visiTaTion hours Thursday Through SaTurday. During The ChrisTmas vacaTion, Telephones were To be in- sTalled in every room and several rooms were equipped Tor recreaTional purposes. For The TirsT Time women were legally allowed in men's dorms and individual phones were in- s+aIIed To insure some Torm oT privacy. Some sTudenTs ThoughT iT was a sTep in The righT direcTion This year, buT iT was iusT a sTep. P-CA! 12552 " " fl is , 'S bn- , NT X '. XR n 'T- K WI T ,55 I li T. While some adminisTraTors were worrying abouT girls being raped in The dorms when The open visiTaTion policy was in force, mosT sTudenTs preferred To play cards and Talk. f""'L . M ..v- , 7 The Free Universi+y class in Ananda Marga Yoga Krighii lisfens +o ihe ins+ruc+or, Gegffery Pomeroy. Sfudenfs in 'Hwe macrame class ibelowi learn 'rhe basic ar'l' of kno+- 1'ing. Free 'Universify is spongored by 'Phe Uni+ed Minis- +ries. Z' fb Ralph Siegel clemonslrafes one of +l1e Israeli folk dance kicks fo 'I'l1e s+uden+s in his Free! U class. l J:l qu SJ l! 20 From Incense To Earrings 1 L - '-9' ,,, 1 ,1 .1 ,., gt' g . fi.. , ,.,, ,nr V- x4. ,, Aogk 4,5 1 V-.:,,., 'C J , f fic? Fry S+ree+ headshops offer s+uden+s every+hing 'From Kozmicdusi' +o pa+cl1es. ll -I n T 'midi IT li Ii 4' The Blrmlngham Balloon IS one of several headshops locaTed on offer a selechon oT college or1enTed lTems Tor sTudenTs To buy Fry STreeT where sTudenTs can geT away The shops noT only buT They also creaTe an aTmosphere ThaT IS all Their own From one end oT Fry STreeT To The oTher a conTrasT oT Two worlds ns seen One world us a commune The oTher IS a muddle class soc1eTy For :Ts lnhab1TanTs Fry STreeT represenTs a home compleTe commumTy on one block They are able To saT1sTy Their needs Tor housing Tood and Trlends whale They discover The aTmosphere They have longed To Tlnd People llvlng There are able To express Themselves wlThouT suppression Trom The ouTslde world They dress acT and Tall4mThe1r own Tashlon and In accordance wlTh Their law Thus haven Tor Treedom represenTs Their lmves and luberTles I ln conTrasT Fry STreeT poses a problem Tor oTher DenTon 1 mfg resrdenTs lTs dlrTy appearance sTares counculmen In The Tace While angry c1Tlzens shouT Their own proTesTs Trash cans he Turned over boTTles are sTrewn around The grounds and lusT ordinary punk us hidden ln alleys and behlnd bulldlngs Dogs run Tree lnTo sTores and resTauranTs wlThouT resTr1cTlon There are Those who belleve Thar This aTmosphere creaTed goal Tor a Tree and liberal world desTroys lTselT by This KJ y dlscrlmmahon " f Fry STreeT as a composlTe oT whaT many envision Tor The 12 Y W, Nav, TuTure BuT a compromise beTween These Two worlds musT be meT beTore elTher can survive Avcnloble on Fry STreeT Y ' :V 1 11- 1" I TE: ,T . 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TI: - is f T-G T Y-':, 1' - , v--.l.,.-i-- "' if TT . rrf5T5Tl,g'f5He ,ziggy :fl A V ' M- i A,.. ,..I4::,:, ly , , I II- , 0 Arr Shows, Speoikers ir Y i T ii' ,' ' v 1' i 1 , A Julian Bond spoke a+ a lecfure sponsored by 'Phe Issues and Answers CommiH'ee of +he S+uden+ Ac+ivi+ies Union. gn . ,i' W' ii, 'jiri L. F RIGHT: Sen. Wayne Morse was 'rhe firsi' speaker in +he Fine Aris Lecfure Series. Bring Vcirieiy 'ro Campus Mos+ arf maiors are required +o 'fake fhe figure represenfafion class. The course gives 'Phe sfudeni' pracfical experience in drawing fhe nude. A plan? enclosed in a free form glass boH'le was one of 'ihe ex- hibifs in 'I'he 'faculfy ari show. Kirkpatrick Student Activities Union Concerts NiHy Griffy Dirf Band Helen Reddy 12 OBJECT OF SAM E: The obiecT oT The game is To go' compleTely around The board and s+iIl reTain some.semblanceoT saniTy and any parT oT your idenTiTy. Good luck and welcome To NorTh IT car is To be used, The owner oT ThaT car musT TirsT pur- ple, orange, green, red, brown and grey. The cosTs also ln order To sTarT The game. The player musT TirsT compleTe The Torms Tor admission. The Torms require a compleife liTe hisTory, a charT oT your ancesTory and a drawing oT your Texas. REQUIREMENTS: I. Big check book and a small mind. 2. PaTience. 3. A car lnoT mandaTory, buT helpTull. 4. chase a decal. These sTickers come in shades oT pink, pur- vary. 5. body wiTh all birThmarks labeled. RULES OF GAME: 2 3 4 5 . Follow The direcTi-ons as speciTied on The game board. Asking quesTions will noT be allowed. Asking quesTions dur- ing The game can resulT in a one year delay oT game pen- alTy. The oTTicial name is Disciplinary ProbaTion. . Each player musT use a yellow Topped card aT The begin- ning oT each game. No excepTions are allowed. ATTer Tour years. hopefully This rule will be selT-explanaTory. . When sTarTing The game. each player will be issued an ldenTiTicaTion Card. This card is non-TransTerable, nor can iT be used Tor anyThing oTher Than cashing checks in The Union Building. . Class aTTendance is requesTed, bu+ noT required. IT may or may noT aTTecT your grade in The course depending on how well you know your proTessor. . Each sTudenT will be allowed Tour years To compleTe The game. There are several excepTions To This rule however. Boys wiTh draTT numbers lower Than l9O are requesTed To compleTe The game as soon as possible. Your counTry needs you. The N.U.T.S. Gomex TYou have To be nuTs To ploy iT 15 Ei E E S+ar+ 3-'Sis o.o . E 2 Begin gl regisTraTion. 2-E an ECS GraduaTion. You win? Find a misTake in degree plan. STarT game over. Lose anoTher Turn lisTening To Jack Talk. and Talk, and Talk. . . GeT caughT geTTing oTT OT The girls' elevaTor aT Kerr. Lose one Turn Talking To Jack Wheeler. Join SGA. Advance one space. 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'4 ,q'? .Jw 1 -2 5'-':-.1 L- hi-r1,.,, gf' -n .a 42 Noiionol Who's Who Palricia SuH'on Shaw Alford - English I maior, Young Republicans, Presiclen+'s Council William Bonds - accouniing maior, Blue Key, Alpha Chi, Alumni Achievemeni Awa rd l n 'li ii ii ii Andrea Anderson - psychology maior, Alpha Phi, Angel Flighi 1- i -1---W. . - .-,-.. f ?:,1-.. .,.n- Y' f 'f 1 ,ii , ,N J ,vmx V UWM 'nu 4 l lui 'ii 1 Franlc Garvin Buell- eclucahon aclmlnls+ra hon lead h ers IP magor, Docforal Club Ph: Del+a Kappa Ka+herine Penclas Brown - speech maior, Texas Seeh A " " p c ssoclah Speech Teachers Associal Alpha Alumni on, Louisiana ion, Ze+a Tau , i ,A , , l.. W' 0' ,lb 1, li 1 Il- H ii, fl. L :1:v.,, . ' Q U ff, ' '11 Li f gl .4 s ., Judifh J. Carrier - counseling and person- nel adminisfrafion maior, American Person- I ne and Guidance Associa+ion 44 David L. Caswell - markefing maior, Blue Key, Young Democra'l's l l James William Galloway - fine arfs maior, Ar+ Edilor of spring I97l "Green Fuse" Vicki Lynn For+h - Spanish maior, Alpha Chi, modern dance performing group 4-Q26 S+acey Gilberf - secrefarial aclminisira- Hon maior, Mor+ar Board, Alpha Xi DeH'a, Panhellenic Council, Tri-Service qi Barbara Gilber+ - music educalion maior, Mor+ar Board, Alpha Chi Linda Gray - adminisirafive managemeni' maior, Morfar Board, Alpha Chi 1 l A ' I4 46 Noralyn Gray - music educa+ion maior, Morlar Boarcl, Alpha Chi, Oulslanding Senior Woman Dennis Wayne Haas - biology maior, Blue Key, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Talons '+,.f---- Dennis Andrew Guillaume - music maior, Graduafe Wind Ensemble, Musical Direcfor for Six Flags Over Mid-America in S+. Louis, Mo. 'Vg Anna Joy Hawluns home economlcs malor Phu Upsllon Omlcron Trl Service AnneHe Halcher lnlerlor design malor Alpha Della Pl Ou+s+andIng Greek Woman I969 I970 Angel FlIgl1+ Susie Hendrix secondary educaflon malor Morlar Board Debare Club Tru Ser vace 147 . . . . . T I 1 I . ' I ' , lf, 31 '. - J" -P, -' - ' . H3 -:jf'i: ., '. f' -.,-V ' .QM-2' ' ' Ili' " " ' ,Il '3.l"f! l Bam f I 3 ' l- :Tw . --1 ...il ,L A, I' A A I I- Q J - h I -.T ti, V , . 5 ,A V. I 'Q 1:! .,5g . I 5 f 1 fiffiffls . . . Q I I 0 I I Q I I ' . . . I ' I I I I ' ' ll ll. If l llr l 48 Jim Bob Jones - poli+ical science maior, Pi Kappa Alpha, ln+erfra1'erni+y Council, Oul- sfanding Greek l97I, Deba+e Club he lf ill? LE Joe E. LaBay - biology maior, Blue Key Sfudenl Deans Advisory Commilrlee, Psi Chi Todd Kerwin Lane - drama maior, Univer- si+y Players, Canferbury Club 31'-N X :Lf 44 1 iff.. , , 5-.jj , ' A 5fj.,',i,g5f:,'-:- .V A ,-g,iE'f3,I'?A1 ' - ' . 3-,-t'j:j.j:1 v ' ' 5 Mary Ann McConnico - sociology maior, Mor+ar Board, Alpha Chi, Alumni Associa- +ion Award for Ou+s+anding Senior Woman I97I I W1 f id f Shirley Jane Lumpkin - home economics educaiion maior, Morfar Board, DASH, Yucca Beaufy I969-70 f YT"r'-"ravi" ,f Warren C. Norwood - philosophy and English maior, Philosophy Club, Sigma Tau Delia I4 O Paul Paris, Jr. - business adminis1'ra+ion maior, Blue Key, Arnold Air Sociely Randy Price - psychology maior, Psi Chi, Psychology Associalion secre+ary Diane Paclilc - business admlnisfrahon maior, Mor+ar Board Carolyn Elaine Richard - English maior, DeH'a Sigma Theia, Angel Fligh+, Psi Chi, NAACP ' James D. Rankin - poliiical science ma Blue Key, Alpha Chi Gloria Riehn - chemisiry maior, Moriar Board, Alpha Chi ior 2 Kara Lee Selman - iournalism maior, Mor- 'lar Board, Alpha Chi, Norfh Texas Daily ecl- i'I'or, summer I97l Rebecca Thurmond - music maior, Moriar Board, Alpha Chi, Ou'I's+anding Woman in Music I97I Sally Jo Squibb - English eclucafion maior, Moriar Board, Alpha Chi, Tri-Service I J. li. .fu 'i l it l 1' ' U M I I M Im b 1 l Joel Kline Wes? - music maior, Madrigal Singers, Opera Thea+er, Solois+ - Den+on Communify Chorus g flu I9 .41 Nancy Dale Walker - physical educafion maior, I970-I97I varsi'I'y cheerleader, Chi Omega, Relay Queen I970 Roberl' W. Wesfmoreland - psychology maior, Blue Key, Ou+s+ancling Senior Man 7I 4 Yucco Who's Who Joycelyn Lokey - German maior from Farmersville Billy D. Ledbe'Her'- his+ory maior from Gilmer ff Jacob Paul Hieble - chemisiry maior from Lansing, Mich ul ff' T i Frances G. Concler - economics maior 'From Richardson Jack Randall Price - psychology maior from Dallas l I I 1.. 1 , ,. T Paul Paris - geography major from Richardson - -,...--1 ,,....-f---1 .xii-'23 -'-Il 56 John A. Vermersch - physics maior from San Anfonio Carol Newfon Orbendorfer - biology maior from Richardson I' i ,lqy I ,. b , e. ,,. i i Deborah E. Leach - English maior from For? Wor+h 5 n , v yi i. . . r v -. , 1 : ,FI ,, 1 Y i J i '55, ,, I . -1. -11. ' .s,,.: -, Q7 , 33 - AN I G ' 1' i x "-T-?' itil? o HA, .MIQLJ i L .i Gary E. Thompson - poii+ical science maior from Abi- lene Iwim l"irLf'3gmlLal liuiniuiy ima i s I I a Tom Chifwood - arf major from Amarillo 157 Rebecca Guyer - business adminislra- Hon major from Den+on 5 .L J Pr wr ,,-., .J .fi --.. 1 Q1 Gary L. Tonn - physical educafion maior from Den+on w uw .. N., , . W: nm, , , T ' UV . -I Ah,- , ' l Z l .VT-.mfr ' : L .H 1.-'..-1.13 V N-.. Q. Vnrgmla Sloan busmess eclucahon mayor from Dallas Y L'35Au"' L fQi.lE4:ld If V 1 ,.4-""' l'K Y Charles Hill - aerospace sfuclies maior 'from Moody i .Ii Y l F A gi?" -f ., .4 , l N l Joe Theclford - indusfrial arls maior 'From Nocona 'H " Sfacey Jane Gilberl' - secrefarial aclminis 'lrafion maior from An+on 4--a. 1-4,- -1ypq,sM,, . w w, . . ...dna ,l ' -1 4 . A 4 'Nmu.,,'. Y QW'-P--,.-V . In -. 3-, -NF 5. -w. N .5 'I-x. ,. 1, L, , ll -:funnel ul ,X :ff -,,T,:.---s - 4 J Shirley Lumpkin - home economics maior from For? Wor+h ' f Sharon Milliken - vocal music maior from Pasadena ,J ..,- V -.F l f , I 7 1 T' Qi 1 , , . ,H .jx . .5 - ,f..... Pairicia Kas+ri+sis - library sciences maior from Los Alamos, N. M. William McMa'l'h - music educa+ion maior from Den+on Rex C. HiaH - La+in maior from Dallas 62 Roberi' L. Blocker - insirumenfal music maior from Charles+on, S. C. ,Qi H. A WI. M nif ,,, f , "H: .n X .. w A in , , w w w fi . . ,WU Jeri L. Wilhife - Spanish maior from Forf Wor1'h X W H 5,1- N mfr- Q ' -X. .7 I F," si 'g my f - - - .' ' .23 ..c4,,x -. 3 g . ' -' '1l.""' -L I' ,H-,Q ,4', ' 13.'5" f - c it K' . 4."9 g A . 5 , ,,,,, ,,r,,, l 'iv -omg 3 lf- Joyce DeRidder - sociology maior from Holland, Mich. Judy Ann Sanford - physical educa 'lion maior from Carlhage 64 Mike Kelley - finance, insurance, and real es+a+e maior from Irving Mickey L. Hamlin - secondary educaiion major from Lucus Q., Q I Y af, f", 2 Eifvfgr ' . 1-'VS s10m0M Z -"'J"-- Norman Caswell - marlceiing maior from Sunse'l' . i ..Y- i.r- . 1 i in , Dil C -. ,. ef . , il +w , ' Q ':UgJ,.:. - N-1. ' vi . 1 in - i ' 7 Q r ., f5f""f'T , ,r74,,,. n --.,...,,,i JW, A 3 l l fzvwfw- "fl"..+L4r ",., L' , L: J f'f"'-'I-' .. H, Mike Whi+ehead - iournalism maior 'From Beau U moni' William E. Bonds - accoun+ing major from Den'l'on 'A ' N .M . ,UQQF wig A H B llii , 55 -i7"fif7'- ' if ll- L- FQ-H545 ff" V--2,1Tvdi'gy N ' in -,-ii2gjf'li' - " b F4541 ujllm i i V, .Wy vu if ni51'1i-'fffif .. 1 ,, 4:, ' .v .l,.Ii -i, -,H n ' llfnlbf' "5 zu, qi, 'lil Also selecied as Yucca Who's Who were: Fred W. Rand- all from fhe deparimenl' of managemenf and decision science Mrs. Jacqueline F. Benning from 'lhe French deparfmeni 66 Honor Professors Co The parT oT our universiTy Tor which I am primarily concerned and in which I am held parTicularly accounTable per- Tains To a miliTary TuncTion oT The na- Tion. ThaT Things miliTary may be un- popular in some circles does noT lessen The demand Tor iT in The naTional secur- iTy sTrucTure oT our Time. And The mosT viTal ingredienT oT The sTrucTure is peo- ple. These are people desTined To be responsible members oT our socieTy: direcTors oT The overall naTional securf iTy sysTem which enables The oThers oT us To be Tree and To pursue happiness. These people will cerTainly be'inTluen- Tial in our naTional socieTy. Such leaders as This will come Trom NorTh Texas STaTe UniversiTy and The oTher similiar universiTies and colleges oT our naTion. They will be men and Richo rd ScoTT direcTs ROTC summer comps ond The Tlighf insTrucTion prog rom. women whose iudgmenTs have been Tormed againsT The backdrop oT human hisTory and culTure our universiTy seeks To provide. CerTainly, we hope These ciTizens will have incorporaTed in Their beings a convicTion oT The digniTy oT man - convicTions so sTrong ThaT They are unlikely To make decisions which mighT imperil The naTion oT humaniTy. IT is our educaTional goal, ThereTore, ThaT The Air Force oTTicers, parTicipaT- ing sTudenTs. and Their Triends are TirsT and ToremosT knowledgeable ciTizens, sTable human beings, and only Then miliTary managers who evenTually guide our naTion's securiTy. Colonel Richard E. J. ScoTT ProTessor oT Aerospace STudies l 1 i l-. W l.l H'-ll' ii When I was inTormed ThaT your rep- resenTaTives had picked me among The Ten ouTsTanding TaculTy Tor I97l aT NTSU I was surprised' and, oT course, proud. IT is always nice To be recog- nized, and I am no diTTerenT Trom oTher human beings in This regard. I was par- Ticularly proud since I have always TelT ThaT sTudenT evaluaTions are The besT TesT oT Teacher perTormance, and Tor This reason I am parlicularly graTiTied by The honor you have given me. I also noTe ThaT This award is based on research acTiviTy and Tor overall service To The UniversiTy. IT is my hope ThaT in The TuTure you as alumni will conTinue To-encourage and demand ThaT your alma maTer excel in These Three areas: Teaching, creaTive re- search, and service To socieTy. l will conTinue To worlc Tor whaT I be- lieve To be The good OT The universiTy and hope ThaT your conTidence in me will be iusTiTied. Thank you again Tor The honor. Dr. William Glaze Professor oT ChemisTry Dr. Willicim Glaze, 0 former research c1ssisTc1nT Tor The ATomic Energy Commission, is 0 Tolons sponsor. Leon Breeden directs the internationally O Clock Lab Band. l i l tamous One Our immediate tamily, Our large "tamily" ot tormer and present stu- dents, Our triends in all walks ot lite who have believed in and supported us, Our colleagues in the School ot Music: Any and all recognition is a direct credit to' all ot these without whom we would not exist. Music is our chosen protession not because it was a means to make a liv- ing but because we knew early in lite that we could not live without itl A statement ot purpose was made at our tirst rehearsal on this campus: "lt will be our goal to earn, by our ac- tions as well as pertormances, RE- SPECT tor iazz education. It is our hope that what we do will be ot such credit to this university that every per- son who studies here land hopetully graduates trom North Texasl will be gratitied that he was part ot us." The truly amazing interest in our work, represented by countless tele- phone calls and correspondence trom every state and trom many toreign countries, is evidence that we are well "on the road" to achieving these stat- ed goals! We have grown trom three to elev- en big bands, trom approximately twenty-tive to titteen-hundred special music arrangements and compositions, and have lin quality as well as sizel grown in all ottour work. The support ot this student body, evidenced by "standing room only" audiences at almost every intormal concert as well as Annual Fall and Spring Concerts, is appreciated by every man in our Lab Bands. We will try always to merit your continued sup- port. One tinal fpersonall statement: I made a vow to our Maker lat Parkland l-lospital in Dallasl on Feb. ll, IQ68, the day that our brilliant and magniti- cent young son was taken trom us by vicious and blind ignorance in the torm ot a "hit-and-run" driver, that I would dedicate every moment ot worthwhile achievement in my lite to the memory ot this one who, lat nineteenl was well on his way to great contributions to mankind. This is such an occasion: Danny Leon Breeden, you are loved throughout eternity and will always be part ot everything good and kind las you werel that happens to us. Leon Breeden Protessor ot Music Dr. Anthony Damico was instrumental in organizing Greek and Latin classes at North Texas. lt is one ot lite's innumerable para- doxes, l su pose, that it is precisely when l migtit properly indulge myselt in great pride that I teel myselt the most humble. No greater honor could be done me at North Texas State Uni- versity than to be enrolled amon the honor protessors. Some ot them liicnow ersonally, others only by reputation, but l have always envied them the es- teem ot the taculty and students which they enioy. When I was oing through school, l thought myselt tiortunate to be attend- ing institutions where the liberal arts and the broad spectrum ot studies were stressed. l was generally curious about the subiects we were required to study. ln the tew instances in which l was not enthusiastic, good teachers considerably eased my burden. Oc- casionally, but tortunately not otten, a bad teacher made even an attractive course a decidedly unpleasant experi- ence. - l remember all my teachers because they were rather interestin people. but especially do l remember those who made the best and the worst im- pressions on me. l try to protit trom their successes and tailures. l consider my honor their honor and l congratu- late them it l have done well. It there is any one characteristic that all my teachers had in common it was their desire to make me indepen- dent and contident that l could be et- tective on my own. They set me de- manding tasks, pointed out my errors and encouraged my successes. They were not so interested in displaying their expertise as in giving me an awareness ot my own intellectual pow- ers. The most crucial service that my teachers pertormed tor me, however, was to convince me that I did not know everything. that there were many questions to which neither they nor l nor anyone else had the answers -- only the capacity and the duty to question. l also got the impression that some ot the questions most worth ask- ing were least likely to admit ot solu- tion. Each ot us ultimately chooses his own avenue ot approach to mystery. l was early attracted to the Classics - the language, literature, history and philosophy ot the Greeks and Romans. Since l tirst entered upon the study ot the Classics, l have taken trom them at one time pleasure, at another time consolation, at another time enlighten- ment. For me, the Classics are good. It l were merely a man, that would be sutticient. lt is my desire that ever one have access at least to what l have tound good that has made me also a teacher, and has been the occasion ot this honor tor me. l am sincerely grate- tul to m own teachers, to my disci- pline and to you, the students. Dr. Anthony Damico Associate Protessor ot Foreign Language 16 70 Dr. J. K. G. Silvey hos brought recognition to the University with his treshwoter pollution reseorch project. One ot the great pleasures that l have experienced in my teaching career has been the notable change in ideas concerning the environment in which man now tinds himselt. Some 30 years ago, l made a talk to a club and attempted to convince them that the pol- lution ot our water supplies was serious and in due time the wastes would be so concentrated in waters that it might be necessary to limit the population ot the area so as to obtain adequate water tor all pur- poses. You may lcnow that they listened or slept, and when the talk was over they casually departed and said, "Well, you may have a good idea, but right at the moment we see no reason to buy it." l would suppose that that was my introduction into what the layman thought ot the environmental situa- tion about 30 to 35 years ago. Even in our own teach- ing in the biological sciences, which is basically an en- vironmental phenomenon, very little was said to the student concerning the air, the soil, the water, and particularly the beautitul types ot vegetation that ex- isted in wild stages in many areas ot our country. As the population grew, it became apparent that some changes must be made, otherwise, survival in certain areas would obviously be limited. While technology will in part support a large number ot people, it can- not talce the place ot the reduction ot toreign materi- als that are deleterious to the health and happiness ot the population ot a region. Thus, air has been im- proved so that the pollution has decreased a bit: water has altered very little: and now man is making inroads into all ot the wildernesses that exist, espe- cially in our own state. Within the last ten years, and especially the last tive years, the attitude ot the public has changed, and the attitude ot students even more. You are all interested now in improving our environment and at- tempting to tind out what each can do to malce his or her contribution to the ecology or environmental areas ot our country. l respond with pleasure because my tield ot study and teaching has been largely towards man and his position or situation in the envi- ronment. l am very detinitely encouraged and have hopes that we may surmount the present environmen- tal problems to the extent that man can tit into an en- vironment without creating a talse one. l am especially tortunate in being able to compare the students ot l937 with the students ot l97l. ln doing so, l tind that the modern student is iust as at- table, energetic, and as readily convinced as the stu- dent ot over 30 years ago. While the appearance may be ditterent, the desires are similar and tortu- nately, are more readily expressed by the student. l am turther tortunate in having had many outstanding young men and young women as students who have gone out into the world and made an excellent repu- tation. Some ot these are in medicine, some in den- tistry, some in protessional lite, and a great number in university teaching and in research. l must admit that l am most pleased to be chosen as an honor protessor by the students at North Texas State University and wish to take this opportunity to express my deep ap- preciation to you. Universities are made tor students and they should obtain what they come here to tind. Dr. J. K. G. Silvey Distinguished Protessor ot Biology Chairman ot Department ot Biological Sciences A Triend wiTh a philosophic mind insisTs, "The peer group is The enemy oT civilizaTion." Evi- dence exisTs ThaT peer group barriers have al- ways TaunTed mankind, buT somehow our genera- Tions are wiTnessing an acuTe display oT The phe- nomenon. FurThermore, Those oT us charged wiTh The responsibiliTy oT communicaTion across The abyss OT The generaTion gap are oTTen suspecT on boTh sides OT having dug iT in The TirsT place. Fable has iT ThaT Adam aTTempTed To comTorT Eve as They paclced Their bags To leave The Gar- den oT Eden by observing, "Eve, we are living in a Time oT revoluTionary change." Or as old Tom Paine puT iT, "These are The Times ThaT Try men's souls." lT is comTorTing To remember ThaT change and sTress are noT new To our race. BuT such periods are also Times oT achieve- menT. Any characTer who can remember The de- pression days, The years in uniTorm Through Two wars, and The drudgery oT graduaTe school has lived long enough To comprehend change and even progress. IT he has had acquainTance wiTh a proTracTed succession oT universiTy sorTs, he can aTTesT To similariTy as well as conTrasT. This sTudenT generaTion has been our Teacher as well. lTs warm Triendship has been a conTinu- K. DemocroTs. ous succor. iTs brave unaTTecTed idealism has been an inspiraTion, iTs almosT naive TrusT has been humbling, and iTs aberraTions have been disconcerTing. You have lisTened respecTTully To our explanaTions oT The principles oT our heri- Tage, you have smiled sympa+he+ically aT our oldesT iolces, you have cooked exoTic meals in our kiTchen, and you have even furnished blood Tor our depleTed veins when we were in need. Truly we are indebTed To you. IT is noT in characTe'r Tor parenTs and Teachers To resisT The opporTuniTy To lecTure on The perils oT liTe and on The greaT sTamina needed To achieve. BuT on This occasion iT is suTTicienT To re- call ThaT T-he diTTiculTies oT our age musT be placed in perspecTive and To recall ThaT There are some Things ThaT do noT change. CerTainly noT leasT among These unchanging values is our sincere appreciaTion Tor sTudenTs who bypass The gap and who ignore The sTress and who give Themselves To learning and oTTer Their Triendship To slighTly daTed professors. James Riddlesperger AssisTanT ProTessor oT PoliTical Science Jomes Riddlesperger hos worked exTensively with political science sTudenTs ond sponsors The Young 72 Bill Cornelius, sponsor of The gymnc1sTics club, direcTs on summer recreoTion progrcim Tor children. l can Think of no beTTer place wiTh which To be associaTed Than a universi- Ty. A Thriving, pulsaTing communiTy, iT is well known Tor iTs qualiTy and varieTy oT offerings. The people who make up iTs populaTion are brighT and enThusi- asTic. They possess leadership qualiTies which make The universiTy an exciTing place To be. A universiTy exisTs primarily To serve The sTudenTs. Their needs should be The local poinT ol presenT decision making and TuTure planning. Where needs and inTeresTs exisT, programs musT be pro- vided. When This is noT done, iT is only naTural ThaT sTudenTs guesTion. A True universiTy communiTy cannoT Tail To consider The ToTal needs ol all iTs mem- bers. No oTher organizaTion has such po- TenTial Tor providing a qualiTy learning environmenT. The concenTraTion Tor Teaching personnel, educaTional Tacili- Ties, and capable sTudenTs provides un- limiTed opporTuniTy. As members ol ThaT communiTy, we all have an obliga- Tion To make The besT possible use ol The opporTuniTies so easily accessible. W. L. 'Bill' Cornelius lnsTrucTor in l'lealTh. Physical EducaTion, and RecreaTion Dr. Byron Medler hos direcTed The summer Treshmon orienToTion progrom since iT begon in T969 , Being afforded The opporfunify To wriTe a lef- Ter To The sTudenTs, adminisfrafion, faculTy, and friends of NorTh Texas Sfafe UniversiTy is an honor and privilege, buT is also somewhaf frighf- ening. I view This as an opporTuniTy To share some of myself wifh you in The hope ThaT whaT I have To say will have aT leasT a degree of posi- Tive impacf upon someone. Each of us are somewhere along The pafh in search of knowledge and a mosT elusive qualify known as maTuriTy. Offen when we menfion knowledge, The individual perceives an accumu- IaTion of facTs, sTaTisTics, and evenfs ThaT are recorded befween The covers of books. IT has been said, however, ThaT "ThaT knowledge is of mosf worTh which enables a person To do The besT Thaf he can, To be fu filled, To achieve a sense of idenTiTy." WiThouT negaTing The impor- Tance of academic achievemenf of knowledge, I would like To focus upon whaT I feel To be The mosT imporTanT ingredienf of an educafion, ei- Ther in or ouT of a formal seTTing. ThaT ingredi- enT which is probably boTh The mosT simple and The mosT complex porTion of our universe is peo- ple. Alfhough we are a parT of many organiza- Tions, groups, and "families," each is an individu- is-gg ' -s r""' al. As individuals, we musT learn abouT ourselves. as sTaTed by Harry Sfack Sullivan, "from The mir- ror of oTher people." We can become Truly human only by how we view oThers. by how They view us, by geTTing inTo The oTher feIlow's shoes. We are living in a socieTy currenfly plagued by problems of war, pallurian, inToIerance, inequal- iTy, anonymify, and on and on, buT The source of The problems is uITimaTely people. The allevia- Tion of The problems musT also be people. IT is easy for each of us To blame The nameless "They" as a causal facTor for any ill. Buf can we deny ThaT each of us are a parT of some "They"? Unfil each of us as an individual is willing To ex- Tend a hand To anoTher The problems will remain. OT course, exTending a hand To anoTher in any fashion involves a risk. IT is hard - we may be misundersTood, we may be wrong, we may be re- buffed or reiecfed. Being accepTed, however, may offsef numerous rebuffs and The accepf- ance cannof come abouf wiThouT some risk Tak- ing. There are many among us who say IeT me earn my grades, IeT me Teach my classes, IeT me per- form my duTies, buT do noT geT involved wiTh me. LeT me go from here To There, buT To noT Touch me any way en rouTe. I say "whaT a wasTeI" GrowTh comes To a person mosTly by being sur- rounded by people whom he can view as facili- TaTing. Each of us has The opporTuniTy To help oThers and To be helped by oThers. AlThough we offen complain of dull classes, boring commiTTee assignmenTs, inadequaTe space and maTeriaIs, and The like, are we really uTilizing The mosT pre- cious resource we have aT Norfh Texas STaTe UniversiTy and elsewhere, The people? Unfil each of us are willing To boTh give and receive in The communicafion wiTh and The growfh en- hancemenf of ofhers we will all be slowed some- whaT on The road To maTuriTy. Mosf of us have a Tendency To Try To see over The horizon To The fu- Ture in plans, dreams, and hopes. In realiry, I be- lieve, The fufure is now. There are many fufures and each of us is involved in creafing his own fu- Tures. A wriTer once said ThaT a serendipify is a bonus Thaf men and nafure pay Those who can see beyond Their noses. Deserved or undeserved, I feel This opporfunify has been a serendipiTy for me. There are many serendipifies available To each of us-if we will exfend ourselves To'oThers and permiT Them To do The same. Dr. Byron W. Medler Assisfanf Professor of Educafion I7 74 'Fessor Grohcim' come To NorTh Texqs in T927 cind sTcirTed his TrodiTionol sTc1ge shows. IT is a wonderTul complimenT To be chosen an honor proTessor by The sTudenTs aT NTSU, and one I accepT wiTh The greaTesT humiliTy. I have made a liTeTime career oT promoTing This school, and I am exTremely proud oT whaT we have here. STudenTs graduaTing This year are mosT TorTu- naTe in The qualiTy oT educaTion They are receiv- ing here aT NorTh Texas. My philosophy has always been one oT giving The average sTudenT a chance To develop, an op- porTuniTy To perTorm his skills, and some kind oT reward Tor doing so. While noT all oT us can en- TerTain oThers wiTh music, There are many conTri- buTions we can make To our Tellow man. We musT TirsT seT Tor ourselves some goals, and Then hold sTeadTasT To These ulTimaTe obiecTives. Over a period oT years l have seen quiTe a number oT sTudenTs - dedicaTed To succeeding, each in his own way. l've never considered ThaT any oT These would have reached.The Top oT The ladder wiTh- ouT a greaT deal oT hard work and selT-discipline. The boy who made pies in The caTe Trom mid- nighT Till dawn and puT himselT Through school also played drums in my sTage band. I-Ie evenTu- ally achieved a Ph.D. in psychology and has been able To help many oThers wiTh Their personal problems. The girl who TaughT piano pupils each aTTernoon and paid Tor her educaTion aT NorTh Texas was TeaTured on marimba on many oT my shows. She now Teaches piano and gives concerTs in a universiTy. Success sTories such as These are legion among The graduaTes l have Tollowed aTTer leaving NorTh Texas. Few have had, in The beginning, special TalenTs beyond The desire To perTorm some service which oThers could enioy. Remun- eraTion was a secondary consideraTion in every case. Our universiTy graduaTes m.usT shoulder a greaTer responsibiliTy in socieTy Than The aver- age person. because we are beTTer equipped To geT The iob done. SocieTy expecTs our graduaTes To be leaders in The communiTy, acTive parTici- panTs in every aspecT oT communiTy liTe. We ex- pecT Them To ioin proTessional clubs, civic and social clubs, To serve on symphony, opera, arT, drama, and library, and recreaTion boards, To lead Tund-raising drives Tor The common good, and To -help mold public opinion. My TaiTh in This universiTy's sTudenTs is bound- less. While we are someTimes impressed by a small group oT exTremisTs, IeT us remember ThaT The wide maioriTy are solid sTudenT-ciTizens who can be counTed on To do The righT Thing and To carry on gloriously. As a model ciTizen, each NorTh Texan will, I hope, accepT an acTive role in communiTy aTTairs. My liTe has been based on The golden rule, "Do unTo oThers as you would have Them do unTo you." This philosophy has served me well and l wanT To recommend iT To each oT youl Floyd Graham AssisTanT ProTessor oT Music Dr. O. J. Curry served os decin oT The School oT Business Trom iTs crec1Tion The UniTed STaTes is now almosT Two hundred years old, and Tor one who has been privileged To live in This counTry during The lasT Third oT This Time span de- voTing mosT oT my adulT years To The process oT edu- caTing our youTh in The grade schools, high schools, and universiTies, and aTTer reTurning To Tull Time Teaching iusT Two years ago aTTer TwenTy Tive years in The dean's oTTice oT The College oT Business Adminis- TraTion, iT is especially rewarding and graTiTying To be named an honor proTessor and a Teacher oT excel- lence. A universiTy should provide an environmenT where sTudenTs and TaculTy can excel and There should be measures oT The aTTained degree oT excellence and achievemenT. The universiTy is an insTiTuTion where The giTTed ones oT a socieTy are expecTed To congre- gaTe Tor a period oT preparaTion, growTh, develop- menT, and maTuraTion. The role oT The proTessor is To help creaTe an environmenT where The process oT learning, growTh, and personal developmenT oT The sTudenT Takes place. The TaculTy member can moTi- vaTe, encourage, and sTimulaTe The sTudenT To learn and Thereby creaTe The environmenT Tor The desired ouTcomes oT enhancing a naTion's greaTesT naTural re- source - iTs young people. BuT remember, only you can do The learning. Any TaculTy member can make almosT any course diTTiculT. The arT oT Teaching comes in making diTTiculT maTerial enTicing, manageable, meaningTul, and useTul. UseTul Tor whaT? For a pro- ducTive role in socieTy, Tor a iob, a proTession, a ca- reer, a niche in socieTy where you can make a conTri- buTion To your Tellow man, and Thereby be an achiev- er. And iT is well To remember "he proTiTs mosT who serves besT." ln general iT is Typical Tor college age youTh To be idealisTic, impaTienT, inToleranT, and emoTional - To Think more wiTh The hearT Than wiTh The head. lvlan- kind has always had problems, and There sTill will be problems when your liTe span ends. lT is well To recog- nize problems and To underTake To solve Them. BUT problems exisT mosTly because no pracTical soluTion has been Tound. LiTTle can be gained Trom demand- ing immediaTe soluTions To naTional or local problems such as poverTy, air, waTer, and noise polluTion, racial problems, and all The oTher ills which are visible in The socieTy. PaTience, perseverance, and pride in accom- plishmenT are The ingredienTs needed To solve our problems. Each generaTion Teels iTs problems are The greaTesT and mosT complex socieTy has ever encounTered, mosTly because These are problems oT The day and yesTerday's problems have been solved. To me, iT is much more rewarding To look back over The pasT TiTTy in 1946 unTil T969. years and view The progress which has been made raTher Than deplore whaT has noT been accomplished. For many oT us The TirsT school was a one room, one Teacher, eighT grade aTTair in which we Took greaT pride, and The TirsT job wiTh a maior company was TiTTy-Tour hours a week aT TorTy cenTs an hour wiTh no overTime and no Tringe beneTiTs. Few aT ThaT Time had running waTer in The house, no indoor plumbing, hos- piTals only in The larger ciTies, and dieTs which Today would be a disgrace. BuT we remember The TirsT auTo- mobile driven over The dirT sTreeTs and roads, The TirsT Telephones in The communiTy, The TirsT aeroplanes, phonographs, radios, elecTric reTrigeraTors, TracTors, calculaTors, and all The oTher marvels which Today are Taken Tor granTed. Along wiTh The Technological progress came social progress, buT noT as rapidly be- cause The naTure oT man changes impercepTibly. The primary conTribuTion To This progress, as iT musT al- ways be, came Trom The giTTed ones, The moTivaTed achievers. You cannoT secure The resources Tor wel- Tare paymenTs, programs To help The disadvanTaged and handicapped oT a socieTy wiThouT having in ThaT socieTy highly producTive members who are rewarded Tor Their conTribuTion. Dr. O. J. Curry Dean EmeriTus ProTessor oT Business AdminisTraTion F 3 T'-T iq- Q u--1 5 al, I ...Jn l x th if .,, :M 'Q mr? E37 5 .....I.i--I A --1--Ivy X , ,, . ...ar K xx 'I ra i e -' CEU 12- fy Ifmfbd Football .... Basketball .. Minor Sports Scoreboard . Highlights .. mr f - ...4 ,151 5,-,. vnu? 'MWF- ,Vi m 'Vi J. - v .114 1 n . . .v ' N-.111 ' , 1 w , 9. , , , , FooTbcill: UndeTeoTed lin Texos STc:1dium This was The TooTball season ThaT saw The NorTh Texas Eagles go undeTeaTed in Texas STadium. While The record in The plush lrving TaciliTies showed 2-O, The enTire schedule came ouT To 3-8. The only oTher vicTory, besides Those in lrving's arena, came againsT Drake. lT pleased a Homecoming crowd in FouTs Field. NorTh Texas' losses came aT The hands oT Brigham Young, Weber STaTe, New Mexico STaTe, Akron, Arkansas. CincinnaTi and Memphis STaTe. The season ended in deTeaT againsT San Diego STaTe. For The Tans The season was over. buT Tor Rod RusT and his assisTanTs The real work had iusT begun. Coaches Fred McCain, Bob Way. Gary Ness. Bill Brashier, Neal Morgan and Ronnie Bell Taced The Tough Task oT recruiTing TuTure Mean Green heroes. Usually a Team wiTh only Three vicTories Tinishes near The basemenT oT iTs league or conTerence, buT The Eagles made an excepTion To The rule in l97 I . The Proud Birds Tinished wiTh a second place Tie in The Missouri Valley ConTerence. Each Eagle vicTory came againsT MVC opponenTs. There mighT have been more wins in I97l, buT a NCAA TransTer rule, which was reinTerpreTed, meanT eighT Eagles would siT ouT Tor a year. Even wiTh iTs sporadic oTTense, The Eagles managed To have Three All-MVC selecTions. PunTer David Yaege made TirsT Team. Linebacker Glynn l-lachTel was placed on The second deTensive Team and STeve Sullivan Tound himselT as a Tackle on The second oT- Tensive Team. The crowd sTayed on despiTe The rain aT Homecoming. LEFT: David Yaege was The leading punTer in The MVC in I97I. 179 0 Cotton Bowl M f'-i w Fou'rs Field Texas S'rc1dium Birds Fly High in New Slcidium r........ .,i, .E 1 xi i , 11 . -7 Y - l l , , ' .9 ' . ' f ' '- ' f 4 ',- 'ii-yqpv . . i le ,mga-ini-n---5 V, P' l41nuuunqn-i- ' ' ' 3 l' f M' i - ' I , i ' V I h I , is 4- r : T-"U ' F T T T T' 'A' .' 011111: ' s ' . ' " i i . J s i',,.,............K .. ' i I ' ' fl -11-+u-:-M -f . -' YVUV ::i---'-5 t in an--o-v-...q.-..1.. ,,.,i.-.-aaa--1 - E 4 A ---w f if Tm"' ' 4l"""""3'i'97 .1-A---v 1 Q " " --. - 3 , n 3 Q vi-.a....-4.-4 M. .v-.... . U x,,,,,,...-v-v-,.,.., .., V ... .,,... -...-.. .. 3...-.-...1-...w.. -..-..- -- , ,,.,.,. ..,,, ,, Slim crowds were normal for Eagle games af fhe Coffon Bowl and Texas Sfadium. Norfh Texas' Proud Birds flew info plush Texas Sfadium fhis season and immediafely claimed if as fheir own personal nesfing place. Unfil Ocf. I6, fhe Eagles weren'l' known for fheir Mean Green quali- fies. Thaf was before l.ouisville's Cardinals. defending Missouri Val- ley Conference champions. sailed in. The confesf, played before a lib- erally esfimafed crowd of l2,000 re- sulfed in an upsef vicfory for Norfh Texas. The elaborafe scoreboard read: Eagles 20, Cards I7. The unex- pecfed plucking ended falk of a win- less year and meanf fhe Greens mighf be mean. Af leasf fhe Proud Birds of Norfh Texas were flying high and remained a confender for fhe MVC champion- ship. The fifle would mean a bowl berfh in Pasadena. Those hopes ended in Memphis before fhe Eagles refurned. This didn'f seem fo bofher fhe Ea- gles who faced Wichifa Sfafe's Shockers for fhe second Irving con- fesf. The Eagles added Irving fo fheir name and swooped down for anofher win. Since fhe lasf Texas Sfadium game, fhe Birds had plucked a vicfory in Foufs Field. lf came againsf Drake in Norfh Texas' Homecoming baffle. This second vicfory in fhe perma- nenf home of fhe Dallas Cowboys meanf fhe Eagles' record on fhe super sod or Tarfan Turf as il' is com- monly known was perfecf for fhe season. If fhe coaches and players had complainfs abouf fheir new playing surface. no one voiced fhem loudly. The players iusf licked fheir plasfic grass burns. The Eagles acfually debufed in Dallas Counfy af fhe beginning of fhe season. Rod Rusf's crew played in fhe Coffon Bowl againsl' Brigham Young. Thaf game ended wifh fhe Eagles on fhe shorf end of fhe score- board. The Coffon Bowl +iI+ was originally infended for Texas Sfadi- um. buf a plumbers sfrike and ofher complicafions delayed fhe overdue lrving debuf. Somewhere on fhe way fo fhe Dallas games. fhe more fhan 20,000 Norfh Texas exes in fhe area and ofher curious observers gof losf be- cause fhe largesf crowd af any of fhe games was l3,000. Sporfs lnfor- mafion Direcfor Fred Graham said and hoped fhaf a larger number mighf be affracfed fo fhe games. Foces in The Crowd This lcind of enlhusiasm was rare 'lhis year. l Eagle fans found an occasion 'ro cheer in +he Louisville game. A sfudenl' wafchecl quiefly as Norlh Texas was defeafed by powerful Arkan- sas in LiHle Rock. l l Duchess is a hawk 'lhal' served 'lhis year as 'lhe Eagle mascol' Quarferback Ricl: Shaw gained yardage againsf Louisville as Norfh Texas scored an upsel' in 'lheir 'firsl' Irving game ai' Texas Slaclium. ABOVE: Harold Greer and Ken Fonfno walched as fhe offense drove 'Phe ball downfield. RIGHT: Fred Woods and John Pyszynslci fool: a brealher on 'lhe sideline affer a Norfh Texas score. . . . And on The Field David Yaege received +he SMP - - - Quickly 'fook +he firsi s+ep sea: sinful r, Timed lhe kick perfecfly. Ewa Rick Shaw was 'no cloubf wondering where l'he blocking was on +l1is a'Hemp+ed end run againsf Louisville. l I S rv-'4'F':i.-Til . Y ' .W W ggf,-gr " P ,J'.:, N " , li lgllu ii ' 'Z -' ' "-3,1 lj q,5.uH-gibfl , -, '5'9r:a--'Z - ' e I., -f32:IF."fl1--' an 1 'l ' vi - sz l 'if 5 And boomed anolher long pum' downfield Cheerleader Treni' Saxlon expressed disappoinfmenl over fhe busled play. aff l f l 'viii 6 ABOVE: A young Tan awaiTed kickoff Time. RIGHT: Rick Shaw rolled righT for a pass againsT Drake. Eogles GeT Reol Big Kick From Toll, Leon Dovid Yoege NorTh Texas had one oT The naTion's Top collegiaTe punTers. The Eagles' sTar punTer in TourTh down siTuaTions was David Yaege who consisTenTly booTed The ball more Than 40 yards each Time he was called. BuT The coaches also realized ThaT Yaege's pynTing was "hurTing" The Team. BeTTer punT reTurn coverage was needed To keep The oTher Team Trom good Tield posiTion. Rod RusT's crew oT coaches and players regrouped To work on The coverage and by The Time The Louisville game rolled around, The Tans saw The resulT oT Their pracTice. NorTh Texas upseT The Cardinals in Texas STadium and Yaege played his role perTecTly. Rod RusT said he and his coaches made a concenTraTed eTTorT each week in 'workouTs To capiTalize on Yaege's sTrong leg. The Tall, slim l-lousTon iunior booTed The ball Tar enough To rank among The,Top IO punTers in The naTion. Yaege was also selecTed as TirsT Team All-Missouri Valley ConTerence choice. The crowd reacfed wildly +o a big play by ihe Eagles. The Mean Green defense closed fas+ 'lo +rap a Louisville ball carrier 'For a loss. 187 ., A .. ll gen..-L :g'i-1.,:.,,,mL 'lf-If Qc QL 'M 'llzfimef'-LBJ' ABOVE: Eagle quarterback James Thorne barks Qui- phis S+a+e runner while Ken Fonlno l26l huslles 'I'o se- slgnals in Cincinnafi as snow peppered down on players. BELOW: Hurles Scales l20l clowns a Mem- 45 , 'Xian Wing! V, Q -j : b -1-'is-re?" ' ..- cure lhe fackle. Despile'+l1e effort Memphis S'la+e downed +l1e Mean Green. Ili-ZCIII. W-'I' ' --ft: A ,Qi-1,5 - . lg Elle -A sms, lr 4- J shi. IJ, B ABOVE: Even wilh defensive e'Ffor+s 'From Ed Tasby l89l, Cincinnali snowed fhe Eagles by a score of 40-7. BELOW: When +he Eagles lrav- eled To Texas Siadium, +he scoreboard proclaimed lhem lhe Irving Ea- gles and no complainis were heard a'F+er +wo vicfories There. A Snow Job Awcils Eagles Up North, BUT Vxfelcome MOT Remains in Irving 90 Boby Birds Fciil To Fly By The Time The l97I season ended Tor The NorTh Texas EagleTs, mosT everyone rejoiced. The season Tailed To produce any wins in Tive ouTings. When The lasT second Ticked oTT againsT Cisco Junior College, The Team: head Treshman coach Gary Ness: and his Two assisTanTs, Jimmy Franklin and Ronnie Bell headed Tor The dressing room. They were all ready To help The parenT Eagles Through The season. AcTually The season had iTs high poinTs aT Times, buT Those Times were Too inTrequenT according To Eagler observers. Some observers close To The Team blamed lack oT depTh as parT oT The season liijasfrer. Nso scrimmaging againsT varsiTy did noT e p. The season opened againsT Navarro CounTy Junior College. Navarro shuT ouT The Baby Birds, 22-C. TCU's Wogs hopped inTo FouTs Field and iumped The Eaglers wiTh ease. Two weeks laTer HousTon's Cougar Cubs gulped down The Birdies once again. NorTh Texas Treshmen Tound ouT whaT iT is like To enTer Arkansas counTry when They iourneyed To LiT- Tle Rock To Tace The PigleTs. ShoaTs can hurT iusT as badly as Their parenTs. The season ended when Cisco came To assaulT The EagleTs Tor The lasT Time. Even Though I97l Turned sour, The NorTh Texas coaches saw brighT spoTs in quarTerback Herman Hardin, running backs Joe Bishop and Kenny Rob- erTs and David Gardner as a receiver. Gary STeh- ling Tinished as leading rusher. Coach Ness said David DeaTon and Gaylon Davis raTe high praise as defensive backs. AT The season's end, Hardin was honored by The NorTh Texas chapTer oT The NaTional FooTball FoundaTion and Hall oT Fame Tor his academic abi- liTy. Coaches Jimmy Franklin and Gary Ness insTrucTed quarTer back Herman Hardin as The EagleT enTerecl The game. l i Jeff Sanford, Mike Veazey and Miles HursT cornered an Arkansas ShoaT running back. l 4' ABOVE: Hardin sirained io avoid an Arkansas fackler. LEFT: Trainer Hal WyaH aHended +0 an iniured Eaglef during a 'rime our. 92 BiggesT FooTboll BoTTle FoughT on Compus While TooTball gained in populari- Ty ThroughouT The counTry, espe- cially in The SouThwesT, NorTh Texas TooTball sank a liTTle deeper. A Did iT really or is ThaT someThing Tall NorTh Texas Daily ediTor Mike WhiTehead and a Tew Thousand Tel- low sTudenTs and observers be- lieved? The l97l Eagle season had To be called a liTTle biT "unusual" among oTher adiecTives. NoT many oTher universiTies could boasT oT Tive diT- TerenT quarTerbacks during The sea- son, an upseT over Their deTending conTerence champions and Two vic- Tories in Texas STadium. The season included a game in The CoTTon Bowl, a snow sTorm in CincinnaTi and a shooTouT Tor The conTerence cham- pionship. Then came The WhiTehead ediTo- rials in The Daily concerning The aboliTion oT TooTball here. The ediTo- rials creaTed so much inTeresT ThaT The newspaper Tinally ran a balloT and asked The sTudenTs To voTe Tor or againsT keeping The TooTball pro- gram. TabulaTion oT voTes indicaTed The maioriTy.wanTed To keep iT. WhiTehead based his sTaunch edi- Torial campaign on The small crowds aT The CoTTon Bowl, Texas STadium and FouTs Field. Those sTadiums hold 62,0001 65,0001 and 22,000, respec- Tively. l-le also said ThaT The Sl50,000 spenT on The TooTball pro- gram was noT iusTiTiable. EdiTorial commenTs boTh pro and con Tlowed aTTer WhiTehead's opinions were published. The ediTor's commenTs repeaTedly blasTed The amounT oT money The TooTball program receives Trom The sTudenT acTiviTy Tee in comparison To oTher sTudenT acTiviTies on cam- pus. One headline above a WhiTe- head ediTorial read: SAU vs. Eagles. SAU sTands Tor STudenT AcTiviTies Union which Tries To bring The besT enTerTainmenT To The campus. SAU's budgeT is less Than TooTball's. All The TooTball conTroversy caused a greaT sTir in The NorTh Texas area as well as oTher parTs oT The sTaTe. Dallas Morning News sporTs wriTer Randy Galloway de- voTed an enTire column To The aboli- Tion movemenT. WhiTehead survived The TooTball season escaping bodily harm, buf he was occasionally roasTed in The Daily Feedback columns by sTudenTs who Tavored NorTh Texas TooTball. Imme- diaTely aTTer The Homecoming game, Eagle Sheldon Pendarves "Thanked" WhiTehead indirecTly by Telling Daily sporTs ediTor Randy Riggs he appreciaTed The "supporT and encouragement" Pendarves' "Thanks" came aTTer several ediTori- al appeared. , Opposing viewpoinTs collided all season and when iT ended mosT peo- ple realized TooTball would s+ilI be around Tor awhile. This didn'T mean The schedule would have To remain The same. Fred Graham. sporTs in- TormaTion direcTor, conTirmed nego- TiaTions were wiTh SMU Tor a game in Texas STadium. LaTer iT may be possible To play oTher area universi- Ties. SmiTh Kiker oT The iournalism Tac- ulTy and an avid TooTball Tan sug- gesTed playing Teams around here ThaT people in This area 'can idenTiTy wiTh. "l don'T Think many people down here care iT we play CincinnaTi or some oT Those oTher schools," Kiker commenTed. IT enough ouTcry is heard Trom The Tans ThaT may be- come a realiTy. There are several Thousand NorTh Texas Tollowers who believe There's a chance Tor good crowds in Texas STadium and even more who Think Head Coach Rod RusT has been criTicized Too severely in some circles Tor The pasT Two seasons. WhaTever direcTion NorTh Texas sTeps Toward probably won'T be clear unTil nexT season. UnTil Then, NorTh Texas Tans play a waiT and see game. The coaches and players said They hope oThers will sTarT playing The game Too, es- pecially on SaTurdays nexT season. l,T1 g.,- 1'n"' li MaioreTTe Loydell Parsons offered en couragemeni' To The Eagles. Despife 'l'l1e crificism againsl' foofball a+ Norfh Texas, +he 'leam carried on as usual. Here offensive line coach Bob Way gave ins+ruc+ions io Ken 0'Neill, S+eve Sullivan, and Aubrey Bonds. 7.1.15 'L '.-" 'j -k . '1 -tri 'rl -IP? ill: , kr' Hill " ,Ilwjg,f2:,g,N-gf '1-,ll.31g3,ll'?if5lla?f gli! ffm. 43 A - ' ' - - I .M-LJ'i'fi'5 -'1"'!71" iw ..-W1 ,.' ', .y ,-t -,lg-. 4,1 - ll. uiw.'fxl,' i. '1,:,',-L ., ', . 'f:f:1,l--I-1 Mfg, " 11 . e 'WW - ' :' - T 1 2-fn' i-IQXFQ Qjil-g.f' , 5-N, s. T These +wo coeds seemed +o be discussing +l1e pros and cons of Eagle foofball 94 BaskeTball Season: Eagles Slip and Slide NorTh Texas played a game oT slip and slide during The l97l-72 baskeTball season and coaches. Tans and players sTill wonder why iT happened. The season began wiTh new Head Coach Gene Robbins Taking over Trom Harry Miller who packed his bags aTTer a season's residence in Men's Gym, beTTer known as "The PiT." Robbins and his new players Tried To make up Tor losT Time by sTaging hard workouTs daily. When The Eagles hiT The courT, There was no doubT ThaT They were a well coached Team. AT Times, The Team looked as if They mighT puT To- geTher a winning season. BuT a I3 game losing sTreak which began aT mid-season hurT Their chances. The Mean Green posTed eighT wins againsT I8 losses. They placed lasT in The Missouri Valley Comference race. The season goT oTT To a rough sTarT wiTh a 72-7I loss againsT Nicholls 5TaTe in "The PIT." 5ouThern Mis- sissippi suTTered deTeaT a Tew days laTer To give The Eagles Their TirsT win. The nexT Three games came aT home and NorTh Texas won all oT Them. CenTenary, Denver and Wyoming Tell To The Eagles in ThaT order. WiTh a Tour game winning sTreak, The Big Birds leTT Tor The All College Tourney in Oklahoma CiTy. The Eagles losT To Oklahoma CiTy and Jacksonville, bu+ beaT Indiana STaTe in The Tinal round oT play in The Tourney. MVC acTion began wiTh NorTh Texas losing To WesT Texas and Bradley. The Team Then won a non- comference game againsT NorTheasT Louisiana. ln a Televised game, NorTh Texas showed Drake and all viewers They could win. lT was an upseT vicTo- ry, 55-54. The Eagles were gaining momenTum as l-larry Mil- ler's WichiTa 5TaTe bunch came To Town. For Miller, iT was an unpleasanT reminder oT "The PiT" as he suT- Terecl a 74-63 deTeaT. Memphis 5TaTe ended The Three game winning skein in anoTher Televised game TeaTuring The Eagles. The loss was The beginning oT The I3 game losing sTreak which ended aT WichiTa STaTe againsT Miller's Shockers. OPPOSITE PAGE: Larry Tucker puTs TorTh his maximum eTforT To ouTreach a poTenTial block dur- ing a 55-54 Thriller vicTory over Drake. ABOVE: NoT quiTe believing whaT is happening before Their eyes, Mike Adams, Larry Tucker, and Coaches Gene Robbins, STerling Gibson and Shan- non Reading suTTer Through The Tinal momenTs of a game. -i- , i -RW X "ug, IO A G x . 'N Nxt-25.2 -X xx 5-qu'-in-. R -sqg.,-.Q-.-LL m i. 'I95 96 . E ABOVE: Coach Gene Robbins coaxes 'ihe ball in +l1e baslcel' from 'Hue sideline. RIGHT: Wi+h a keen eye on fhe goal, Eph McDaniel leaps pasl' a Wyoming player. - -L-4 .T ll I 'YI' Ill - ,. --- . --A+ Q I. , s . w J 4, ----...Y-... ABOVE: Eagle fans sif enfranced as fhe pif-side acfion unfolds on +l1e courf. BELOW: Herb Larkins before a neck iniury ended his baskefball career af NT. Lorkins Suffers Iniuries Before Seoson Begins lf came as a shock fo everyone. Senior Herb Larkins was seriously injured in a pre-season accidenf Sepf. 23 in lvlen's Gym. The Sf. Albans, N. Y., sfudenf suffered a broken neck and several crushed verfebrae. l'le was para- lyzed from fhe shoulders down. Soon affer fhe accidenf occurred, Norfh Texas sfudenfs began collecfing money fo help pay for Larkins' hospifal expenses. A felevision also was given fo him while he was in a Dallas hospifal. While af Norfh Texas, The 6 feef 2lf2 inch Larkins excelled in frack as well as baskefball. The agile afhlefe earned poinfs for fhe feam in fhe Missouri Valley Conference frack meef and was a sfarfer on fhe baskefball feam during l97O-7l. Before he refurned fo New York, Larkin fhanked his Norfh Texas friends publicly. A leffer fhaf he wrofe was published in fhe Norfh Texas Daily. The leffer expressed his fhanks fo his "friends, class- mafes, feammafes and faculfy members." 7 98 Fons Yell Louclly All Seoson Long ABOVE: "Foul!" BELOW: "El" Gonzales, son of "Pope" Gonzales and one of Norl'l1 Texas' mosl loyal fans, gels a fool-size view of 'Phe aclion on 'l'l'1e cour+. L- ABOVE: Fans regisfer a "mild" proiesi' agains+ a foul called agains+ 'l'l1e Eagles. LEFT: A midair collision is +l1e resuH' of 'forward Jeryl Sasser's aHemp+ 'ro block a Tulsa pass. BELOW: Guard Jerry Merck fighfs To keep ihe ball despife 1'l1e 3-I odds againsf him. I9 Elaied fans and players labovel celebraie vicfory over Wichi+a. Bum' Coach Harry Miller lbelowl sees li'ri'le humlor in being beaien by his former ieam. ,, llll lX,l'1 F hi D C f ,A,r i 'f'-Tl'llllllllllllflllllm 1 i 1 -1 :,.: - 1 -ggi 3:5 gp,-Q N Av .. 6, -f,1,i:g.' L ' :Qi mrjfl,!jf1g5mv, Wnul'f"'f f fl,14"lr3"."' . f f f',':1:3!u,' ' Ephriam McDaniel ou+-iumps a Nicholls Sraie player. gill llllls Sl Former Eagle Coach Reiurns 'ro 'The Pii' gi' 202 l , Wi .Q-Q Leading scorer Bobby lverson, Tormer high-school All-American, recovers a loose ball during a game wiTh ST. Gregory's College. Bc1skeTbc1lI Fans See Freshman Ccigers Plciy ATTer a one year absence, Treshman baskeT- ball reTurned To NorTh Texas and EagleT Tans saw Their Team win six oT I2 games aT home. Overall The Baby Birds posTed six wins againsT nine losses, Three oT Those losses came on Their opponenTs' courTs. ATTer signing Three blue chip high school baslceTball sTars, Freshman Coach STerling Gibson looked forward To The playing season. The EagleTs were led by Two high school All-Americans, Bobby Iverson Trom Tulsa and Tony WrighT Trom NegreeT, La., and Dennis WuTrich oT WichiTa Falls. Iverson, who is 6 TeeT 6 inches Tall, led his TeammaTes in scoring and rebounding Tor The season. He averaged 27 poinTs and I3.-4 re- bounds per game. WrighT and WuTrich aver- aged l9 and I5.4 poinTs respecTively. Two,vicTories came againsr lvlounlrain View, while The resT were againsT Connors, ForT WorTh ChrisTian, Dallas BapTisT and PoTeau. LEFT: Dan Amos snafches lhe ball 'From rhe hands of a frusirafed opponent BELOW: To +l1e accompani- menl' of a S+. G-regory's College player, Tim HalleH gracefully recovers a rebound and begins his pirou- e'He 'foward 'the olher end of +l1e gym. 203 Cocich Robbins Waits - Hopes - Cheers . . . 204 Cooch Robbins Goes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along ', F A .- X 1. Baskefball Coach Gene Robbins rode fhe bench during his firsf year af Norfh Texas like some rodeo cowboys ride a bucking bronco during a performance. ln facf, Coach Robbins used fo be a pro- fessional rodeo performer, buf seffled on coaching baskefball insfeacl. The colorful coach was known for his emofions along fhe side of fhe courf while his players baffled fheir opponenfs. Fans saw fhe youfhful looking coach lump up and down more fhan siffing by his fhree assisf- anfs, Sferling Gibson, Shannon Reading and Emmeff Hendricks. Somefirnes fhey were up wifh fheir boss yelling af players as well as af fhe baskefball officials. Along wifh Robbins' emofions came his flashy affire. Everyone sfill falks abouf fhe firsf Norfh Texas appearance he made. Robbins arrived from Louisiana Tech wear- ing whife shoes, whife slacks, Apache shirf, a big broad fie and a red blazer. l'lis assisf- anfs ioined fhe head menfor by dressing in a mod sfyle which added an exfra flare fo fhe fasf paced MVC acfion. Proys - Boosts - Grimoces. ' 'l -Lf 0 Ml ...... -M - ,... V-Nmxksg E As fhe ball rolls down flue cour'l', Eagle Norman Williams -lheir opponen+s nexf season affer 'I'l1ey pos+ecl a 2-I2 rec- l5l pursues if. The Eagles hope 'ro keep be'Her pace wi+l1 ord in +l1e Missouri Valley Conference. 205 206 I .4 ABOVE: By February, wha+ was a big hole in lhe ground across lrom lhe Men's Gym began lo look more like lhe Roman Colise- um. BELOW: Brick by brick, lhe coliseum becomes a realily. . , 4 , . ll I 1 l ' Ecigles Sel lor Move lo 'Snoke Pil Two' If everylhing goes as expecled Norlh Texas will be graced by a brand new coliseum in lale l972 or lhe early parl ol l973. Talk began in I968 aboul lhe NTSU Coliseum which is being buill across lhe slreel lrom lhe cramped and ill-equipped Men's Gym. The new lacilily will mean a new home lor Norlh Texas baskelball games. Bul lhis coliseum is mulli- purpose and adminislralors and sludenls hope lo give il a real workoul by scheduling olher aclivilies lhere. The aclivilies would include gradualion exer- cises as well as enlerlainmenl evenls lor Norlh Texas sludenls. Since lhe plans were laid lor lhe building. slu- denls and lacully members have openly crilicized and queslioned decisions which have been made regarding lhe coliseum. The physical educalion deparlmenl has been lhe loudesl in voicing lheir opinions. Some lacully members lear lhe space sel aside lor physical edu- calion lacililies is nol really enough lo help lheir silualion. Men's Gym also will be used lor physical educalion aclivilies when lhe coliseum is com- pleled. When The colIseum was TIrsT dnscussed Dr Don BaIley oT The physIcal educaTIon TacuITy wroTe a leTTer To The board oT regenTs ln ThaT leTTer he sTaTed I personally Teel ThaT IT ThIs new colrseum IS buIlT IT wIll probably be desIgnaTed as The physI cal educaTIon and Indoor aThleTIc TacIlITy on our campus Tor The nexT 20 years IusT as Ivlen s Gym has been used Tor The lasT I8 years WheTher or noT Thus wIll happen IS noT known yeT buT admInIs TraTors dIsagree The regenTs voTed In a Feb I8 l972 meeTIng To resTore S500 000 worTh oT TacIlITIes sInce Tunds be came avaIlable To add Them Handball courTs an an GXSFCISG room landscapmg and waTerIng sys Tems wIll be added WITh The addITIonal seaTs The colIseum wIll have a seaTIng capacITy oT l0000 CosT oT The new campus sTrucTure wIll probably Top 8 mIllIon when IT IS Tmally TInIshed Even wITh The crITIcIsm and changes The con sTrucTIon company reporTs ThaT workers are keep Ing up wITh TheIr work schedule Durmg The con sTrucTIon work ThIs pasT summer one man was kIlled In a consTrucTIon accIdenT even Though sTrIcT saTeTy PFGCGUIIOHS were Taken There IS no doubT In The mInds oT sTudenTs ad mInIsTraTors or baskeTbaIl players ThaT The playIng sITe wIll be an ImprovemenT over Men s Gym BUT The loud boIsTerous yeIlIng and screammg may noT sound as loud IH The new arena ThIs pasT season IT was suggesTed ThaT The sounds oT an Eagle game should be Taped so IT could be played durIng games In The colIseum IT somebody has done ThaT Then everyone Wlll sTIll be able To hear The roar oT The PIT Workmen sTayed on TheIr schedule despITe The voTe by The Board of RegenTs In The sprIng To resTore S500 000 worTh of 'FQCIIIIIGS IHClUdIhQ addlng 3 800 seeTs prevIously elImI naTed because of lack of 'Funds l 207 , . ' . . . . . ' Tex II I I . . . . . 1 Ihsx. f'- gff,,l'f-,,s-A 1 I ' ' TQUIL l'v41.X:Vji.-.T "ii I . I I-',1' I- .' -,Im -if fm F I 'J :Z exTra 3,800 seaTs, an area Tor gymnasTIcs, lockers, .I Q. .Lg I--.I .. yy . . . I I' 3 L, F- gf I. I ' 1 ' -rel: - 'I , V31 I'I --' - I qsrivn. V I I , . I ' - I ' I if 'I u . D - QQ I - l j I I , . I K I ' ' TTL' Q . . . , 5 I I n u I I I I I . . I A I g I . I. I ll ' Il ' T I l I ' -s+.1i'1gj T T I I I I Inn- -, V: I -1- :xx QI' f- 208 Sludenls Com pe're ln 'Murol Sports Wilh rhe rheme, "Par+icipa+e, Don'+ Dererioralef' inrramural sporrs pro- vided comperilive opporruniries in 20 dillerenr sporls. All srudenls, excepr lhose on inlercollegiale reams, were eligible +o compele. Parliciparion was conducred in 'rhree leagues - dormirory, indepen- denr and frarerniry or sororily. ln ad- dilion +o rhe separare acliviries 'For men and women, co-ed Tournamenls were held in loadminlon, volleyball and Tennis. The winners in all evenls re- ceived Jrrophies or cerrificares of rec- ognilion. Besides lhe usual sporls of foolball, baslcelball and swimming, The program sponsored orher less srrenuous aclivi- 'ries such as chess. pool and Table Ten- nis. The inrramural program was under rhe direclorship of Dr. Don C. Bailey who coordinared all sporls. aux Ken Nichols ialces his las'r sfrides before crossing ihe 'finish line and winning ihe lndependenf clivision's cross counlry race. The Gracluafes, led by former Eagle quarferbaclc Joe Milforg clonlminafed play during +l1e iniramural 'foofball season. ln baslcel- ball, il' was Bro+l1ers vs. Synclica+e baHling for overall champs. A A A E -X. .l .4111 . . M... 15212 i- 1" . . . .. . . 'fYi-- ' T T 5 " pri f , 1. c M e- fc V. V Fr.4gQ,g.,,3:gyf if ef-4 , S V 4 Lai.-'f75KQ1i:i:7' r me 'ERA ' ' 5- .. L-L -, .. . 1 -:L --...,A .44 Kean, J T-: Pole vauliing comes easy 'io Sieve Esfes llefil as he goes up and over fhe bar. Mauricio Jimerez labovel runs in a +raclc mee+ and Ausfin Salier lbelowl sprin'l's 'foward +he finish line. Coach Babcock Takes Charge Cf Track Team Change came lo lhe Norlh Texas rrack program when Carl Babcock look over lhe reins lhal Winion lPopl Noah held for 25 years. Babcock, who coached laslr year al Lamar Tech, siaried laying The ground work for his cross counlry and Track Teams. The resulr of his planning and hard work of lhe leam was evidenl as Jrhe harriers won vic+ories bo+h fall and spring semesiers. Names like Paul Graham, Phillip Lusk, Dennis Lemmons. Don Rohde, Sieve Esles. Jeff Fosler and J. R. Var- nell piled up poinls for lhe Eagles. They were assisled by Eric Hillaker, Korise Juberi, Don Everelf, Tom Hess and Auslin Salrer. Also helping The Mean Green cause were B. J. Lo++, Vernon Evans, Tom Wilkerson, Don Davis, W. L. Miichell, Rodney Waller, Chuck Mork and Mauricio Jimenez. 2 GymnosTs DemonsTroTe CoordinoTion, AgiliTy T Kenny Miller execufes a back lever movemenT in which he musT hold his body horizonTal To The maT. AlThough Taced wiTh a lack oT scholar- ships and Travel Tunds, The C5ymnasTics Club was an acTive compeTiTor in TournamenTs held during The year. The club parTicipaTed in The Odessa Col- lege GymnasTics lnviTaTional in November which piTTed seven oT The Top Teams in The souThwesT againsT each oTher. To help pre- pare Tor The spring semesTer, club members aTTended a one-week clinic in AusTin during The ChrisTmas holidays. The C5ymnasTics Club also parTicipaTed in TournamenTs held in Kansas and New Mexico. The TirsT meeT Tor high-school gymnasTics Teams ever sponsored by a Texas college was held on campus in February. The club planned To make The evenT an annual aTTair To help increase inTeresT in NorTh Texas by poTenTial gymnasTs. In March, The club capTured TourTh place in Texas CollegiaTe GymnasTics Champion- ships which included parTicipanTs by all Texas colleges Tielding a gymnasTics Team. Fencing Teom Foils OpponenTs The Fencing Club sponsored Two TournamenTs during The year. ln The NorTh Texas division TournamenT which was held in SepTember, The club cap- Tured I2 winning places. They included TirsT place showing by MarTin Johnsen and Sherry l-lilliard. CompeTing againsT Tencers Trom SMU and The Dallas Fencing in Janu- ary. Randy ReeTz placed TirsT in The mens' novice Toil compeTiTion. The club, whose members pay mosT oT Their Traveling expenses ouT of The own pockeT. parTicipaTed in Tourna- menTs aT Dallas, l-lousTon, ForT WorTh and San AnTonio. 31. , ,I aff . 214 Nor+h Texas neHers proved +o be +ough compe'I'i1'ion 'For 'iheir op- ponen+s. A phofographer ca+ches a fan's view of a Nor+h Texas +ennis maich. Tennis Teom Aims For MVC Vicfory Ask people abour Jrennis Coach Ken Bahnsen, and +hey'll Tell you he's a wor- rier aboul everylhing. l-le worries aboul' his +eam's chances in every malch and Tournament Tha'r's whal' Norih Texas 'rennis observers can'+ figure oul. You see Coach Bahnsen's biggesl' problem is depih. lJr's noi loo shallow. Bahnsen said il is hard 'ro decide which members are bes+. Wi+h players like Sieve Buck, Dixie lvlabe, Jimmy McCracken, John Winser. Danny l-laddox, Sieve Moreno and Mark Floyd. 'rhe feam may win The MVC. l l as l Elsle Moreno labovel sfrefches oufwarcl for a baslcefloall clurlng a womens game Women parflcupafed ln lnframural and exframural acflvlfles during fhe fall and sprang semesfers Women Compete ln Athlehc Events Even fhough fhe headlines and sfornes weren f as large womens arh leflcs were In full swung af Norfh Texas during fhe I97l 72 seasons Texas women s afhlefucs IS'l:l.lI'lClII1Q Ac cordmg fo fhe coaches fhe blggesf baffle losf was ID finances Af Norfh Texas women are offered a wide range of afhleflc acflvlfles Ex framural evenfs Include volleyball bas ke+baII badmunfon fenms and fraclc An nnframural schedule of evenfs pro vided ofher ouflefs for womens sporfs 5 The main problem facing Norfh 21 216 Mike Craven lrighfl and John Granger lbelowl gef ready fo 'I'ee off during pre-conference fournamenfs. Golf Tecim Makes Habit of Winning Wifh Their eyes sef on a sixfh sfraighf Missouri Valley Conference championship, The golf feam swung info acfion againsf fheir compefifion. Coach l-lerlo Ferrill's schedule relies heavily on Soufhwesf Conference compefifion fo prepare his feam for fhe MVC fournamenf in Memphis. Norfh Texas makes if a habif of furning in win- ning seasons year affer year. The lasf fime fhe Ea- gles losl' fhe MVC was in IQ66 when fhey finished in second place. When fhe Eagles refurned fo Memphis in May. John Granger, who is only a sophomore, defended his MVC golffifle. Team capiain Rip Collins Ueffl and Joe Sellman fabove, pu'H' on fhe I8H1 green. 7 218 Soccer Ployers Nomed All Storrs The Norlh Texas Soccer Club offi- cially became par? of 'rhe universi+y's alhlelic program in l97l. ln relurn The players responded wi'rh a winning season in 'The Tall and spring semeslers. They also placed Three players on The Norlhern Team in The Texas Collegiale Soccer League's All Slar Game. The players were Jackie Cummings. David Crane and Sleve Mailcowslci. The Nor+h Texas Soccer Club played: 'Two seasons during +l1e pasi' school year. Norih Texas. players +ried +o gain possession of 'The ball againsf SMU labovel and UTA lbelow.l Gpponenls Foll For Wrestlers The crowds weren'l as large and wild as They are Tor professional wres- lling. bul The compelilion was iusl as rough. Jusl ask any of lhe Norlh Texas op- ponenls, and They will l'ell you whal' Type ol sporl wreslling is. ln a word i+'s Tough. - Coach Bob lvlaughan opened 'rhe season againsl lhe Universily of Texas al Auslin. The Eagles caplured seven oul of IO malches againsl Jrhe Long- horns. Maughan's season schedule con- Jrinued To pil Norlh Texas wresllers againsl leams in The slale. -- eww ,,, ., ,151-'2.'1LQ.1a5f --.., " '45 . 'V'-.f 'v11'?'lb-4 Scorelooordz Brigham Young Weber Sfaie New Mexico Sfafe Akron Louisville Arkansas Drake Cincinna+i Memphis Sfaie Wichira Sfafe San Diego Siaie Fredwnan Foo+baH Navarro Counfy JC TCU Frosh Housfon Frosh Arkansas Frosh Cisco JC Baske+baH Nicholls Sfaie Soufhern Mississippi Cenienary Denver Wyoming Oklahoma Cify Jacksonville Indiana Srafe Wesi Texas Bradley N.E. Louisiana Drake Wichira Memphis Louisville Drake Creighion Tulsa Memphis S+. Louis Bradley S+. Louis Louisville Wesf Texas Tulsa Wichiia 'Iliff' swf 'SEI Ereslnrna n Baslcelball NTSU 86 Mounlain View JC 75 89 Connors JC 85 IO6 Eori Worflw Clirisfian E 93 88 Dallas Bapfisi - B 78 78 ST. Gregory's 80 I I3 Po+eau'JC 77 75 Grayson Couniy JC 80 73 Ranger JC 76 97 Mounfain View JC 68 73 Murray S'ra're 75 84 S+. Gregory's 98 67 Murray Siafe 7I 94 Eorr Wor+I'i Clwrisrian 96 7I Ranger JC 90 69 Lon Morris JC IOO lniramurals BADMINTON: I Independenf singles - Vicior Slelcoll lWarI lndepenclem' doubles - Srekool-Spencer lWarI Erarernily singles - Gary Smifhey lKappa Alphal Eralernify doubles - Smi'rl'1ey-Winger llfappa Alplial CO-ED TENNIS: lnclependeni - Terry Goldlarcl and Carlos Delaforre Frafernify - Jim Bob Jones and Susan Easf lPi Kappa Alplwal FW' gin ??l'i.Lus. , I 'H .' SWIMMING IRECORDS ONLYI ZOO Ereesiyle - Douglas Wren 37.5 IOO Bufierfly - Neal Puckelf l7.3 Diving - Bob Alonzo I73.l VOLLEYBALL - Graduales lover-all champions BASKETBALL - lnclependenis, Brollsiers Fralernily. Synclicale lover-all clwarnpionsl FOOTBALL - Graduares lover-all championsl WEIGHT LIFTING ITEAM CI-IAMPIONSI-IIPSI Eraiernily - Della Sigma Phi lndependenls - Graduafes CROSS COUNTRY - Della Sigma Phi 222 Greek Bowl, Texos Slodium Emerge os Sports Highlights 'i 1, YA W. . 2-' F' if Egfr , I, Y BELOW: The Nor'l'h Texas foofball +eam made 'lheir firsl' appearance in Texas sfadium. RIGHT: Fans saw 'lhe elaborafe scoreboard welcoming 'lhe Eagles. fjvffc, ll .i i ll ' Y- in . - . il -p f5?9!'g3f,x , .L J-. ..x.V. l .,:,v'- -.uh .- ,n,v,L-A , ,. I, 1:54 5.-:'5,",v7'. 5- .vb ara' if- 11T7,',vr-43, fl, 7 -5 1, if gp. fr- 1- f 1 'BRAVE ij? " , " I1 'i - L' 'rl 1, X455 Fi' la'-a ,l5:.':11T'llff:'-.J .-,--nu P: iwfygllxiazii -v..4 H '. 'Y g-- 1 E' rp tx 1. .V -' , JF-2 -'.,v.'1iwlEgfi1r-fl! , ff, W-if ,. or .- vw H mr' 1'-' J nf ei A A, M. -1-. T lf pi' me p ,We,..,,,, t an an K rf Y V . , H- nz-qi n.. , 7! 4 - Y 3-5 --1n:"" -flat'-4 i..,.y .aimi- Cumberland Presby+erian Children's Home came ou'l' +l1e real winner in fhe annual Greek Bowl as Kappa Alpha and Sigma Nu frafernifies raise S200 'For 'I'he children's home. 223 i Q: Q , it ' , V. if " ,fi 5 5 " .A 5 L ,Q '-Ha! 1 4' " ,W AJPJ A, at 'Qs fw'i2"' x E jr.. ' as ai s, f G: H 5 .0 'r 5 V wa ,Q-H 'B-Z . M 1- ' A jgj , Wiixfff A x Q 5,3 , f 9 ,Mm "" "Num W 1 i if JW r ?H 1 TW Sororifies . Fraternities WI! C- 'B Fi LJ A .- A. - 4 ' v H 5 ABOVE: Greeks two-step to the tune of a I950's hit during the Alpha Phi-Theta Chi Sock Hop. RIGHT: Kay Coppedge, a member of Alpha Delta Pi, congratulates a new pledge during in- formal bid acceptance in the tall. I walk alone where shadows follow, empty halls surround my being. Laughter, shouts, crys cmd talking echo in my ears t I can see, I con heor, bul I ccmnof feel. Seconds tick, cors speed and I remoin. People gofher around gazing ol my cell. LEFT: Two members of Della Gamma so- rorify performed a mop dance a+ second period parlies. BELOW: Zela Tau Alpha played Alpha Della Pi during inlramural volleyball. Aj!! --1, 227 Trying To show me someThing. I don'T undersTond whoT They see or how They feel. BUT They keep Trying. RIGHT: Members of Chi Omega decora'Ted The sororify ChrisTmas Tree. BELOW: New pledges were congraTuia+ed cluring spring bid accepT- ance. iii Pointing Toward brighfness, o smoll opening, I store of 'rhem with blurred vision, I follow y y y Them slowly ond corefully. ,V LEFT: Alpha Kappa Alpha members ralked +o girls inferesled in soror- i'l'y rush a+ +he Panhellenic rush par+y during +he 'fall semesfer. ABOVE: Sororily members lallced fo prospeclive pledges a+ a rush par'ly sponsored by 'rhe Panhellenic Council in 'lhe fall. LEFT: A member of Del'I'a Sigma Phi enferfains children 'From 'lhe Cumberland Chil- dren's home a+ a Chrisimas parfy sponsored by his fraferni- 'ly and Zera Tau Alpha. 229 230 As I go, I teel an awareness, an excitement stirring. Blindly I continue, weakened in spirit. RIGHT: Andy Hammond, a Sigma Nu, pinned Delta Gamma Mary Keglovitz cluring the only pinning ceremony of the year. BELOW: Members of Alpha Kappa Alpha participated in the All-Black Show. II 4, During a Kappa Sigma pledge skit, Dub Driggs, alias Jim Hamilton, shouts in a fit of anger about a gift found in his becl. I .4 I 2-N .ji 5. ABOVE: Kappa Del+as clap 'rheir hands 'lo music during a rush ski+ 'For prospec+ive pledges. LEFT: The wicked wiich cas+s her evil spell on Snow While' as 'I'hree horrified dwarves wafch helplessly during a Zeia Tau Alpha rush slrif. Then slowly I reoch out ond find warmth, comforf, cmd 0 friend. Alpha Kappa Alpha accenrualred +heir fall ac'rivi+ies wi'rh an "All-Black Greek Show." The purpose of This annual affair was 'ro promore unify belween Black sororiiies and fraier- ni1'ies 'rhroughoul Texas. The women of AKA have srrived conrinually 'ro become one of The mosr impressive and ourslanding sororiries borh on campus and fhroughoul 'rhe Denfon communify. AKA's sponsored numerous com- munify service proiecrsg 'rhey were aclive in inrramural sporrsg helped promore-spiril' on campus and con- +rilou+ed To nafional charilies. Women of AKA also enioyed acfive membership in many campus honor- ary fralernilies. Spring officers were: Susie Square, president Theresa Thomas, firsr vice-president Cynihia Dorsey, second vice-president Shelia Smirh, secrelaryg and Beverly Young, Jrrea- surer. 232 ' ' l ,aff I-IZ: Pai Sanders, Deborah Carr, Delva CoH'on, Julief S'l'ribling, Theresa Thomas, Janice Allen, Cheryl Appling, Deborah Smifh, Annie Simmons, Es+ella Murray, Billie Lacy, Susie Square. I3-24: Sherylcl Booker,,Deanovoy Nichols, Brenda Johnson, Billie , l Li, -in P r f' . 5 ,Q , K 1 Cheafhem, Cynfhia Hicks, Brenda Gordon, Dianne Tuclcer, Cynfhia Dorsey, Jacque- line Sco'H', Faye'Ha Lewis, Beverly Young, Carolyn Cauley. 25-30: Myrlle Slrillern, Gwen Nelson, Doris Oliver. Rosie Gilford, Linda WilcoH, Linda,MacWashingfon. l 'LII t l ,:,:4'n "'-"-'iml will Alpha Kappa Alpha When you're down and Troubled and you need some loving care and nothing, nothing is going right 233 234 U N?,,.,-..- 1: I 1 ,119 un " QA' Q, ?1 ':. AA . . . I I r y .ri , . l ' ,IM Q - ,, , .. i ' MA P' el " - , ' ii - :,,.- A: . r.,. A-.xg I gw i ff' Q ii' A . M- ,ik A - 'eff fa- 6 ' .V 3,155.9 1 13 H -I 'g?a?,,'Q?t ,I-:S 51' .- - ifss:tis'.ii:1 A4s'- U f te 't " fwkif:,' tiEitf""isf fs ' i 34 '-if Y ' .':3'?S'1a ' SF! .P Fifi me E-'txt ,f', '?' . . " . -s--1 V " . . -. ' ur .- 1. f. , sf. '- :ill hz. - '-' - .--'.'2:s- . 1-1: 1 . ' 1 . 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I-5: Nita Lynn, Martha Perryman, Vickie Wolf, Melanie Moon, Deedee Ault, Malee Sirisambhand, Jean Schultz. 2-I5: Ellen Erickson, Nena Rich, Pam Mayfield, Nancy Kite, Kathy Wright, Linda Brown, Karla Chumbley, Cindy Brannon. I6-23: Barbara Reese, Barbie Wilson, Donna Duncan, Donna Peddy, Pam Maddalone, Marsha Howell, Pete Kamp, Kandy Kennemer. 24-32: Sandy Schwennsen, Nancy Corley, ,Karen Gibson, Debbie Chaney, Pat Carter, Cathy Hodge, Diana Brown, Nancy Cleland, Mary Martin. Close your eyes ond think ot me ond soon I'll be there to brighten up even your dorkest night Alpho Deltci Pi "Never one thing and-seldom one person can make a success. It takes a number ot them merging into one pertect whole." - Mark Dressler These words seem to best illustrate the goal tor which all Greeks strive. Our Greek system is tound- ed on the idea ot individuals united with a common bond and at the same time accepting each other's individuality. The ADPi's ot North Texas are but one segment ot the whole Greek system. The organization is concerned not only with Greek tunctions, but also North Texas academic programs. Members ot the sorority are represented in Who's Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities, Angel Flight, Mary Arden, Kappa Delta Pi, S.E.A. and Alpha Lambda Delta. Community projects have included a canned goods drive, the Mother's March ot Dimes, the blood drive and reading to blind students. A tinalist tor homecoming queen, semi-tinalist tor Yucca Beauty, cheerleader and sweethearts represent Alpha Delta Pi in campus elections. ADPi parties include a Pioneer party with the Sheritt's Posse as the scene ot the excitement. More important than the activities and 'Functions is the ADPi sentiment that triendship without selt- interest is one ot the rare and beautitul things ot lite. With this in mind, they continue to work toward that more pertect world. Spring otticers were: Donna Duncan, president: Linda Brown, tirst vice-president: Sandy Schwenns- en, second vice-president: Barbara Reese, secre- tary: and Marsha Howell, treasurer. 235 Alpha Delfo 1 1 ,v "-H ' u 1 W IV 'ii"'N..NI! 1""'fW ,JM P. ".'1EC:.Nm W 1-' 11: X 1, MQ X N 1 ,Um-x,j H .1 1Lil'?x..V.x ' ' 'Ni V. mv.. :fs 4-1 4 3 :ks ,--g, ,F 4. .G G ' 1 ! !- .f -A ,.s., A lf. . Yi Z.. . V: K 5 av : 'kJ I 3 A -A .4 'Q " .'N.Q'Ve- - 2,51-?-2' . W , s m .,' -- " ' X --wwf ,- "Iii 1, " " .f'?IZ!'i'5, 11 if W? 5 xi? 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Alpha Xi sisTers were acTive in a program designed To oTTer a balance oT social, scholar- ship, service and leadership opporTuniTies. The I97l spring pledge class ranked TirsT in The Panhellenic scholarship compeTiTion and The acTive chapTer placed second. In The Tall, The Alpha Xi DelTa FoundaTion oT Texas awarded iTs annual scholarship To STacey Gil- berT. The granT is oTTered each year and any NorTh Texas coed is eligible To apply. Social acTiviTies Tor The year included a lake parTy and a ChrisTmas dance during The Tall semesTer, The annual Pink R-ose Tormal in The spring and mixers wiTh various TraTerniTies. The chapTer collecTed Tor The l'learT Fund and The March oT Dimes and also worked wiTh The Cumberland Children's Home in process- ing Their annual ChrisTmas mailing. Fall pled- ges Took children Trom The home Tor a ChrisT- mas shopping spree. Several Alpha Xis Traveled To Oklahoma STaTe UniversiTy in April Tor The Trienniel prov- ince convenTion and Founder's Day observ- ance. ln January, The chapTer was visiTed by Carol Rayburn, Alpha Xi DelTa naTional Tield counselor. Spring oTTicers were: Evelyn Fisher, presi- denT: Ann Shepherd, vice-presidenTg ElizabeTh GilberT, secreTary: Debbie Archer, Treasurer: and Debra Klar, membership chairman. You 'iusT coll ouT my ncime cmd you know wherever I om I'll come running To see you ogoin' 237 is , X3 X ,, ,.,-s '35 "iF"vf,,r.fe3' L ht' - r' I-I4: Nancy Woods, Cindy Thomas, Donna Wheeler, Mardy Dick, Isabel Balcazar, Shar- on Floyd, Susan Donaho, Sally Jacoby, Carol Mahler, Lulu Hundley, Melinda Biles, Tonya Wilson, Trisha Kennedy, Jean Madden. I5-3l: Cindy Woodworlh, Pam Brad- shaw, Peggy Weaver, Cafhy McKi1han, Suzi Will, Sharon Olson, Anila Bailor, Linda Kennard, Tami Collins, Leslie Fisher, Carolyn Egli, Cheri Collins, Andrea Andreson, Calhy Poor, Jan Schoenfelder, Dianne Lloyd. ACD Alphci Phi l972 was a special year Tor Alpha Phis as They cele- braTed Their IOOTh anniversary. Alpha Phi was Tounded aT Syracuse UniversiTy in I872. The A Phis and Phi Kappa Sigma worked TogeTher and enTered a TloaT in The homecoming parade. They also held a recepTion Tor Their visiTing alumnae. They visiTed The DenTon Nursing Home To sing Tor The residenTs in early November and were inviTed To reTurn aT ChrisTmas To sing carols along wiTh The men oT Tau Kappa Epsilon. The A Phis capTured many campus honors again This year. Several members were selecTed as TraTerniTy sweeT- hearTs and one member was selecTed as OuTsTanding Greek-NTSU '7l. Spring oTTicers were: CynThia Thomas, presidenT: Tamie Collins, TirsT vice-presidenTg Cheri Collins, second vice- presidenT: AniTa Bailor, Third vice-presidenT: and Donna Wheeler, Treasurer. grows dork cmd Tull of clouds north wind begins To blow' 240 While DelTa Gamma is approaching iTs CenTennial year, The sailor girls conTinue To remain acTive on campus and on The naTional level. DG members work Tor Their naTional philanThropy proiecT, sigh+ conservaTion, by reading To blind sTu- denTs. DelTa Gamma members are acTive as cheerleaders, in Angel FlighT, Alpha Lambda DeI+a, lvlary Arden and have several members who are liTTle sisTers oT campus TraTerniTies. Aside Trom campus acTiviTies, DG's helped The communiTy in The hearT Tund and ecological movemenT. During rush. The DG's and Their rushees made bean bags Tor Flow Memorial l-lospiTal. 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They decided To work separaTely, using Their own ideas and imaginaTion while aT The same Time working TogeTher Tor The inTeresTs oT Del+a ZeTa. On campus, The DelTa ZeTas won The sororiTy division in The Blood drive, was kidnapped by The Ex-Marines and ran- somed Tor Toys and worked wiTh The APO's on a Tood drive. For enTerTainmenT, The DZ's hosTed lake parTies aT Hallow- een and a spring formal aT Runaway Bay. For DZ's iT all adds up To a raTher unique experience. They are looking To The TuTure in an expanding and ever growing vision of TogeTherness. Spring oTTicers were: Marilyn BaggeTT, presidenT: Jann WilliTord, vice-presidenT: Robin Gillium, vice-presidenT: Margie Jeska. Treasurer: and Charlene Galyon, secreTary. FRONT ROW: Jeanne Arons, Nelda Franklin, Tere S+ern, Po Shields, and Elaine Levine. BACK ROW: Susy Brown, Jami O'clell, and Sharon Whifmore. Della Phi Epsilon began fall acfiviries by hosling speakers on conlroversial Topics such as poe1'ry. opera, economic condilions in Israel, aborlions and alheism. Speakers included: Dr. James Misenheimer of The Eng- lish faculiy, Dr. Arfhur Shoep of The music facully and Dr. Marlin Davidson of The economics lacully. D Phi E has also iniliared several original concepls of Greek life. Changes included an abolifion of a slruc- Jrured pledge program, more parlicipalion in non-sorori- 1'y aciiviries and a complele revolufion of Jrhe sorori+y's self-image. Della Phi Epsilon sisiers porlray leaders in bofh +he School of Music and Speech and Drama deparlmenl. Members are aclive in Sigmavlixlpha lola, plays and an- lhropology clubs. They also donaled homecoming funds +o Help House and celebraled ai a wine and cheese fondue par+y in Dallas. .Spring officers were: Po Shields, president Sharron Wilmore, firsf vice-president Jeanne Arons, second vice-president and Jami Cdel, Treasurer. Dellci Phi Epsilon Ain'T if good To know fhcif you've go? 0 friend when people con be so cold 24 44 Delia Sigma Theta f -,H 4 ' v- VAM' - f?111gsfff g2gg s -V ?y1.fx, - -'fs 1 ,L I, I , , 1 G, f' , 1 b 1 4 i?'g? f,L - " 5 f laf ' fin ' f 'li k' lj : .f m A. . ff--3 1 Q ,g 9111" fu -, N 2 1' 4,2 4 - .. j KY . 'I 5? ' " I, .. if " 13 . QW W- W 1 ,I Ty- .-11 ' ll. Yhxl wxlx f , Uk 4 -,cj ::"U" . - aj 1' fu'-flak -' - . , ,,--.u ,W gag., 2- . .af - '-sg? ,wil .2135 J Il 'Nr-N' ,VT . ,T , 1 gf 'G -Y-if M .W Era- Le rare if are Up-i I-9: Lois WashingTon, Brenda WaTson, KaThy Phelps, Gwendolyn SmiTh, DeLana Cofield, Michelle WaTkins, FaiTh Harris, BeTTy Gossip, PaTricia Mills. I0-IS: Vicki Baker, Linda Williams, Carolyn Clay, June Smiley, Linda LeggeH', PaTricia Henry. I6-26: Sherry Taylor, Kafhryn Jean-BaTisTe, Barbara Coleman, Sheila Whea- Tley, Linda Pouncy, Jill Alexander, Sandra Hawkins, Linda Vernon, Vicki Howard, Jacqueline Hornbeak, Cheryl Connor. A29 I never quesfion why I pledged, I'm fusf glad I chose The way. 'Cause I know I could have gone wrong And never seen a DeITa Day! There are many ways oi expressing love, louT how do you express a bond so sTrong no one can Tear iT down? Three years ago This Tall, ZeTa ETa was buT a dream. Now our dream is real in The hearTs oT many dedicaTed young women. You see, our world is Tull - noT iusT oT TogeTherness and Tun - buT oT TulTilling DelTa's goals: To serve, To aid, To uniTe mankind as one. You see, some people see Things as They are and ask why, DelTa Sigma TheTa envisions Things ThaT never were and says why noT? So, These Taces you see are noT iusT Those oT silly college girls in love wiTh TrivoliTy, we are The dedicaTed "SisTers oT Love" in DST: And now you know The reason why I never quesTion why I pIedged. You'II see IT in my eyes, I'II be a Delfa 'TIII I Die! DST 'fill you bury me! - Zefa Era Spring ofiicers were: DeLana CoTield, presidenT: Sandra Hawkins, TirsT vice-presidenT: Linda LeggeTT, second vice- presidenT: Vicki Howard, secreTary: KaTl1erine Jean-BaTisTe, Treasurer: and Linda Williams, house manager. They'Il hurT you ond deserT you cmd Take your soul if you leT Them oh, buT don'T you leT Them. 24 246 ZTA As The "new U" revoluTionized, so did ZeTa Tau Alpha. ZeTas realized The need Tor open communi- caTion Tor boTh her own well being and The Greek sysTem. Through TraTerniTy mixers, Tormal and open rush parTies, campaigning and going To The dorms, ZeTas have Tried To acquainT more people wiTh The new Greeks. On campus, ZeTa sisTers campaigned To The Theme oT "Be Choozy, VoTe Caruzzi" To win The crown oT Homecoming queen. They also have ac- Tive members in Angel FlighT, lviorTar Board, STU- denT EducaTion AssociaTion. Pro Club, Sigma Alpha loTa, Alpha Lambda DelTa, as a cheerleader and maioreTTe. For a service proiecT, ZeTas sponsor Two orphans aT Cumberland PresbyTerian Children's Home. They enTerTain once a week Tor birThday children aT The DenTon STaTe School. Members also read Tor The blind'sTudenTs on campus. Spring oTTicers were: Boo Capers, presidenT: Vir- ginia Davidson, vice-presidenT: Pam BranTley, sec- reTary: Alice Zacarrello, Treasurer: Becky Reynolds, riTual: and Jana Jones, hisTorian-reporTer. rw" ' 1 r ' "' r fT4?ff+N A C" ,4m. .-4- F' 1 -fl-iiil-f ' - ' Trail "ff 4?575QE'S'?"f- -' Q 5 s,,.. 1'AHm-is, - ,VV VJVV- V sf? 5.5 VVV VV N , . - fl ff .T .i , T Q i T A 4 ia 1 ' i i . XLR A I' . ....s Q if' --5gf"1'iii 1.1-1' V- v -wg - A ,-. 3, K V V pw V14-f '- -:T r- . i' "1 4 T?" 'V ' ' . iis iw. 'ft , i 'iii' - i ri 1 '31 V Q0 7 . J?" is . ' V 9 - ' rj' ,N U i' 2 ' u5g'4., . - " r ' . ii 5-' nf, -J i A ,.' !2' il jf? F - ' -V. V , ' IVV - lf, Q65 ' V. 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I2-29: Sherry Marmion, Ann Weniger, Belinda Murray, Deanie SmiTh, Sarah McGill, Elsie More- Zeta Tau Alpha Yo 'usf call o f m no, Cynihia Sfone, Phala VanHou+en, Hermayne Naul'I', Boo Ca- U I U Y name pers, Sharon Simmons, Becky Reynolds, Debra Murrell, Sherry and YOU kl'1OW Wherever I Gm I Cook, Pam Branfley, Marcia Walfher, Judy Soelfer, Jayne Ma+heis. come running To see you again. 247 248 KA Koppo DelTo Kappa DelTas combined service proiecTs and social acTiviTies Tor a very busy year. Kappa DelTas have a close-kniT sisTerhood of girls wiTh varied inTeresTs sTemming from one common goal: To sTrive Tor ThaT which is honorable, beauTiTul and high- esT. Pledges began working Toward This goal in The sTarT of Their pledge educaTion. They parTicipaTed in various communiTy acTiviTies such as visiTing The senior ciTizens' homes, having bake sales To raise money Tor proiecTs and giving parTies Tor The Cumberland Children's Home. Members conTinued working Toward high sTan- dards Through various campus organizaTions such as: Tri-Service, Green JackeTs, MorTar Board, Ellen H. Richards, Mary Arden and several oThers. AlThough Kappa DelTas were busy wiTh campus and communiTy proiecTs, They Tound Time Tor parTies and Tun. A carToon parTy wiTh everyone dressed as Their Ta- voriTe carfoon characTer and The TradiTional Whire Rose Formal were Two oT The social TuncTions enioyed by The KDS. Through all of Their acTiviTies TogeTher, Kappa DelTas worked separaTely and as one Tor a common goal. Spring officers were: Janine WaTson, presidenT: Linda Kamp, vice-presidenT: KaThy Hawkins, secreTary, Kay Knezek, Treasurer: and Bonnie MyaTT. ediTor. WinTer, spring, summer or Toll all you have To do is coll I-5: Pam Fickes, Pai' Cumbie, Linda Kamp, KaThy Clark, Pai' C-fvnoza. 6-lb: Rhonda Walsh, Cyndie Glenn, Janie ScoTT, Ka'l'hy Miller, Linda Flippo, Lynnda McGuire, Kay Knezek, Marchia GaulT, Carol Padgham, Jana AllbriT'Ton, Sandy Crow. I7-29: Bonnie MyaTT, Polly WesTclyke, Mary Johnson, Jan Grauso, CaTl1y Simpson, Valerie Hodgkins, KaThy Mellor, Doris Moore, Bev Clark, Kay Case, Janine WaTson, Sharon King, Sue Gilmore. I .. 'V av ' r'-A1 I f- ,ff - -V , 11 ,av Y ' fd-1 SJ ' l 1 - 5 - - - "'1'l?f?gl 4 :A : A ' .,- fjf- Q' il I .T if 1 fl l f - 1' "- A .. - ' ang? ' fjfi i-'?'--M . "'iL"F 712'-' V . f 2 Q: - f ' A l.. 7, L, . - r . 'fix ' 'W' fi fflifflf 5 ?i 3 1 ' . 4 V if Q' gt 3 1? f 4 '1 . ik 1 K ls F ...F ,L-I H, .YJ I 1. - s L' Z- 4? J J ' .L , s f F . ' Ei?-ix if ' ' P-an ' 22.5 ' f' Nw! 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Chi Omegas don"r ofren shour, flauni or boldly demon- sfrale rheir presence here because rhey are conieni wirh ihe quier Jrhings in universiry life, +he 'Friendship rhai encompass- es so much lhar iusr can'+ be flaunred. They believe They are achieving a worrhwhile purpose - and who can iudge beiier Than fhemselves? For campus acriviries. Chi Omegas are members 'of Nei- man-Marcus lv1am'selles, semi-iinalisfs for Top Coed on cam- pus, Yucca beauries, fraierniry sweeihearfs and lirile sisrers, and cheerleaders. Many members have also won scholarship awards and are acrive in Angel Flighr and Tri-Service. Spring officers. were: Chris Leonard. president Pa1'+i Lumpkin, vice-president Tona Coleman, secreiaryg Denise Young, Treasurer: and Fran Whiiienburg, pledge Trainer. 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I4-27: Pam Schuchard, Ellen Sieadman, Annie Laurie Caldwell, Bren- da Bradford, Bifsy Lund, Chrisfy Fleischer, Debra Hill- mand, Pam Roach, Kaihy Sfall, Melissa McClure, Jacky McGee, Elaine Berry. 28-35: Pa'Hi Sullivan, Sheri McCray, Marcy Bulling'I'on, PaHy Lumpkin, Debra Pope, Nancy Wallace, Gene Bosfic, Celesfe Morgan. 252 ' I - if I . A, . gli" I . P FIRST ROW: Susie Square, Vicki Baker, Cafhy Simpson, Janie Scofl, Marilyn Baggeff, Jann Williford. SECOND ROW: Phala VanHoufen, Jeanne DeRouchey, Fran Whiffenburg, Cindy Thom- as, Barbara Wafson, Ellen Sfeaclman, Sfacey Gilbert THIRD ROW: Cafhy Hodge, Kafhy Wrighf, Cheryl Appling, Virginia Narcisse. Ponhellenic Sponsors Reception for Adminisfrcifive Officicils . - 1 ' ' F" ' 1 -I :-1 'L.-cr. V. E ya.W,,.,fjTj qv xi-1 f ,N 'a"a: a 3 j .4 .,"-..:-'inagn ,...ai....g ,nm .. , , ,,,, Q: ,. . . Affer fall sororify rush, Panhellenic Council began fhe year wifh a dinner recepfion af College Inn for adminisfrafive officials. Guesfs were served dinner in fhe College Inn cafeferia and falcen on a four of sororify chapfer rooms. Once again, Panhellenic coordinafed sororify volunfeers for fhe Giff of Life Blood Drive. In Feb- ruary, fhe council sponsored a recepfion for fhe members of Omicron, a campus club. Spring .plans called for a Panhellenic Workship. a Greek acfivifies week and fhe annual Panhellenic Banquef giving recognifion fo oufsfanding Greek women on campus. The Panhellenic Council, which governs all soro- rifies on fhe Norfh Texas campus inifiafed a Judici- ary Commiffee during fhe fall semesfer fo deal wifh infracfions of Panhellenic policy. Officers were Vicki Baker. presidenfq Rachel Laiche. firsf vice-presidenf: Cheryl Appling, sec- ond vice-presidenfg Kafhy Rowe, secrefary: Shar- ron Wilmore, freasurer: and Ellen Sfeadman, re- porfer. IFC Reorgonizes Gree The basic obiecTive oT The InTerTraTerniTy Coun- cil IIFCI is To promoTe uniTy and cooperaTion among The TraTerniTies aT NTSU. The council acTs as a reguIa+ory body in esTabIishing rush rules, and provides a communicaTion neTwork Tor The beneTiT oT The TraTerniTy sysTem on campus. Through The supporT oT The TraTerniTies. The council helped operaTe a highly successTuI aII-cam- pus blood drive Tor They NaTionaI Leukemia Fund. For The TirsT Time, The IFC held a parTy in Dallas Tor all NorTh Texas Greeks. IFC sponsored a canned Tood drive resuITing in The coIIecTion oT 2,583 pounds oT canned Tood Tor Thanksgiving. OT k Week, PromoTes UniTy course, Greek IiTe would noT be compIeTe wiThouT The in+ramuraI games, sweaTshirT days, meeTings and T.G.I.F. happy hours all sponsored by IFC. WiTh The assisTance oT The Panhellenic Council, IFC announced plans Tor reorganizing Greek Week which was scheduled Tor The end oT March: One goal was To acquainT Greeks wiTh more sTudenTs on campus. Spring oTTicers were: Knowles Cornwell, presi- denT: Bill Fair, vice-presidenT1 Doss Phillips, secre- Tary: Lee Prince, Treasurer: and PaT Naylor, acTing judiciary board chairman. FRONT ROW: Ted Chase, Harold Co'H'Ie, Lee Nispel, Mike Friedman, Alan PacTor. BACK ROW: Prince, Jim Ham-iITon, Roddy O'NeaI, Marion E. Wil- Howard Hines, Bob Lilley, Daryl WhiTe, Reggie Sheu, son, Bob Gold, Tom Shellogg, ArThur Dunham, MiTch Billy Clark, John DeLee, Marc PeirIsTein, Thomas Hall, FacTor, Jim McKissick, Dan Flowers, Mike Dwyer, Jeff Lalo Ponce, Hank CIanTon, PaT Naylor. 254 Alpho Phi Alpho ln The spring oT l970, 23 brofhers ioined TogeTher, and The ETa Epsilon chapTer oT Alpha Phi Alpha FraTer- niTy Inc. was Tormed aT NorTh Texas. Since The 'Founding oT The chapTer, over 30 broThers have been iniTiaTed and an acTive membership oT over 40 has been main- Tained. The acTiviTies oT A Phi ,A were direcTed Toward Their goals, scholarship, leadership and service To The commu- niTy. They hosTed an all campus Homecoming dance aT The Civic CenTer. Pledges worked aT The DenTon STaTe School. and The membership supporTed The Herb Larkin Tund. Spring plans included a lv1arTin LuTher King Day and a Black and Gold Ball in April. Members oT The narional TraTerniTy have included The laTe Rev. lvlarTin LuTher King, Rev. Zan Holmes, Jackie Robinson, l"l. Rap Brown and Sen. l-luberT l-l. Hum- phrey. Spring oTTicers were: Johnnie King, presidenT: Jerry Holmes, vice-presidenT: Tim BenneTT, secreTary: and Harold Williams and Jerald Smipes, Treasurers. li I.,1- ll' i ia. 4 A is -nr ,' ., 4 ' 1 "? r- .. ',. I ,- 3 " "'i 5 - ,.: -,1 ' ,. - T- QA a i? . 51 9 WF' l535l4'fT Q A' "F fa -fy?-f 'l T f' 53 7 I 1' T ' T 5 q - ' gr? 1 T - "T':.x- :fps 1-- " -'fr' f. "Y 3 . Q f - 1 Eli. ,A i .T wif ' 'J-5,0-." ' .sn " 4- -.K ' ' ' ' '- -'92 1 7' . I-' If. :L:.iE:f3' E, Y :Eh '- W' - -'Quit ' .I ' ' 5 I. 251. 1 if 25'-gtg if V' LQ! J if Q- W- - - - ' ' L ' '- '55 , fag.. 4 .. . , V ?w'Tf,i,!,.?'grif:l?T?is' Ti: 1-if ' ..-- 5 FQ-L y,',Ji'jf' ,L ,,3,,,:s..s.., - 'H' ' ' !5 ax' .4 H- ..4 J., Y3,,3-,.4,.,...-,. - - ACDA lf---..,,,,, xl 5--1:5 ..l- T ,, ,T V 'x'1' .,' I ,Y,...- r' l-l0: Bob Haley, Sheldon Bolion, Alfred Bafes, Frank Walker, Larry Jones, David LaMo'lhe, Tommie Williams, William Har- ris, Ernol Brus+er, Shelfon Hamilfon. I I-3 I: Ronnie Neal, Har- old Williams, Johnnie King, Rufherford Counfee, Clarence Por+er, Williard Hamilfon, Darrell Lucius, Vicfor Sfephens, Charles Daniel, James McGrew, Marvin Lee, Raymond Cha- sion, Theodore Grew, Jerrold Snipes, Ronald Lucus, Howard Hines, Maurice Chance, Lee BuH'on, Jerry Holmes, Tim Ben- ne'H', Winifrod Woods. .-,aE,-H' ,fnfsxtzll ' '-Nl i A g .XA x , E A dll Qui- -7, I4 256 any 5 Della Sigma Phi decided lhal lhe abilily lo accomplish lhose lhings lhal are beyond lhe norm is lheir goal lor lhe 7l-72 year. This year Della Sigs have been a dynamic lorce in all phases ol campus lile. ln sludenl governmenl lour Della Sigs were elecled assemblymen in SGA and a brolher was elecled presidenl ol IFC. Members were aclive in Vole Power, SAU, and lhe Direcl Aclion Commillee. Alhleli- cally. Della Sigs look lralernily championships in loolball, cross-counlry, weighl lilling and volleyball. In communily service, Della Sigma Phi organized a campus drive lor col- leclion ol money lor "Help House," worked wilh Zela Tau Alpha Sororily lo sponsor a Chrislmas parly lor lhe Cum- berland Orphanage and conlribuled services lo lhe Den- lon Slale School. There was absolulely nolhing lhal Della Sigma Phi excelled in beller lhis year lhan iusl having one helluva ood lime, all lhe lime g . Spring ollicers were: Thomas Hosleller, presidenl. John Shackellord, vice-presidenl: Jim Carroll, secrelary: Wayne Crawley, lreasurer: and Mike Choale. sergeanl- al-a rms. 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I-7: Mike Cox, Norman Williams, Jim McKissick, John Shackelford, Mike Keller, John Hu+chison, Wayne Crawley. 8-30: David lDocl Bass, Ken Waison, Tom Broadwell, Jim lscreamerl Simmons, Mark Rodgers, David Thompson, Grady Cooper, Bram Lassifer, Dennis Green, Randy Wilkinson, Sam Simmons, Joe Barne'H', Richard Gruner, S'I'eve Griggin, Max Wiensen, Gary Gregg, Pai Roney, Roberl' Galvis, Kenny Jones, Charles lBubblesl Harris, Gene Diamond, Brian Pafrick. 3l-42: Trenl Saxfon, Greg Holbrook, Sieve Kaplan, Jerry Jeanes, Larry Bracken, Barry WhiH'aker, Jay Garlman, Danny Flow- ers, Sieve Miller, Mark Shafer, Gary Woods. 42-64: Terry Woods, Gene Coffey, Sieve Shepherd, Mark Cohen, Mike Scobee, Darrell Smirh, Mike Taylor, -Dan Yance, Bill Kiel, Mike Williams, Cliff McKenzie, Gregg Cornwell, John Tomlinson, Tom LiggiH', Rodney Ross, Rick ScoH, Mike BlanseH', John Timmons, Larry Keafon, John Ealon, Glenn Curry, Mike Fingleman, Tom Hos+eHer, Danny Olmsled. 65-67: Gael Cooper, Brenl' Cain, Jim Sorenson. 68-70: Jeff Williams, Jim Lindsey, Mike Warren. 7I-77: Jim Herlocker, Mike Duncan, Dale Bagley, New'l' Newman, Johnnie Chrisfoph, Jim Carroll, Jimmie Defoor. 78-80: Ronnie Rains, Ronnie Nix, Larry Herman. AZCD Delia Sigma Phi 258 lnvolvemenT Tor TheTa Chi's This year in- cluded Texas poliTics. Members in TheTa Chi pledged Themselves To supporT and help The candidaTe oT Their choice. OTher acTiviTies included The NTSU Blood Drive, The Ugly Man on Campus con- TesT, Blue Key, Talons, Young Republicans, Phi ETa Sigma and The accounTing club. During Homecoming, TheTa Chi's Teamed up The DelTa Gamma soroiTy To run Janis l-leTley as Homecoming Queen nomi- nee and To build a TloaT. Rush parTies and inTercollegiaTe sporTs capTured The resT of Their Time. They culminaTed The year wiTh Their Spring Formal "paddle presenTaTion." Spring officers were: Fred Arroyo, secre- Tary: Rick T'lammeTT, presidenT1 George Harrison, vice-presidenT and pledge Train- er: Bill EsTes, social chairman: Vance lv1aulTsby, Treasurer. O .f'1 0 .ig Q V J Thefca Chi I-7: Fred Arroyo, Gene Dewi+'l', Tim Kennedy, Bobby Canfwell, Rick HammeH, Vance Maul'l'sby, Terry McGee. 8-I2: Mike Carroll, O'Neal Gray, Dennis Marlcen, George Harrison, Bill Esies, Corby Anderson. I4-I7: Bill Brashers, Greg Dowdy, Larry Kemp, Barry Tsiaclcoslzy. I8-I9: Kim Chong, Ken Umbarger. ,f Y l .. ,... K ,- 9, I iw I RW! "'i ii' .- ,B fear? -75 V V I A fri! -I 1 ' iiin ' sb, g ig ,y 'jglflgw' ' 'gy Q WT, ' "1-Tw' ' ' ' 259 260 1 7123 fffft . x +- IIJNXXET do. iw Pififglamgt vm, naw SEQQQ 3 vm 'X an , f ?:35:1E'1g5,3333"-em,Jn 9: ., H.. 'TT---33119253-17"f'il'?'J rv ""' ' . ' ' 'LL' Q1 , n . -. fit! k. f'?x,nw .!..,fj'i1,g, r, .L . ' L ,gm I "'.'- ---'--."2'L1-'.-11 - s- -.vw 'X' ' S "V ly. 2--14-A i' ' ' , 'fJ3.J?k5F 'HV I -. ' f f -fm ffiivs '--aw I 'Q if K x 2- 1 -, " ,-:Wai 2 .. ', A Xi:.PQ1fLf'?:5' h. " M LLM.-x rv K K., Azad? -s 5 I MY., 'Ns .t 'n KA-T. mh- , I- --" A f H ' in-nz' 1' M-View, j . , .?: " I, 'fl' 'Jgj 671' lynx? 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Spring plans included Old SouTh, an all-weekend parTy ThaT is rep- resenTaTive oT Their TraTerniTy Theme in April. Members planned To dress in ConTederaTe uniTorms. The TraTerniTy served The communiTy by aTTending The Halloween ParTy aT The DenTon STaTe School, and The pro- ceeds oT Their annual Greek Bowl game wiTh The Sigma Nu's wenT To The Cumberland Children's Home. Spring oTTicers were: Roderick O'Neal, presidenT: John Winger, vice-presidenTg and Bob Ramey, secreTary. l-l5: Aubrey Zachry, David Clemens, John Weber, David Coolcsey, Chris Bigelow, Roddy O'Neal, Kyle Richards, Joe Hanlon, Bill Knox, Chris Hodges, Ronnie Underwood, Lee Ann BuTin, James Ocher, Tommy Lewis, Donna Dun- can. lb-32: John SmarTT, Tom MonTgomery, STeve Campbell, George Bray, Pai' Pope, Bill Boyd, Craig Kivlehen, Marsha Howell, MarTha Perryman, Linda Brown, The "Eagle." 33-42: Bob Ramey, Dan Hill, Jimmy Ellis, Barbara Reese, Ronnie Olderog, Tom Ward, Gary GoldsmiTh, Bob Huey, Bill Neal, Ronnie Ell- ing. 262 KALU Kappa Alpha Psi Tolal dedicalion ro solidarily 'rhrough aspiralions for achievemenl symbolized lhe spiril of lhe new chaprer of Kappa' Alpha Psi. Since Their founding in January of l97l, Jrhey have been involved in 'rhe l-learlr Fund Drive, The March of Dimes Campaign. DASH program, The Soulheasl Denlon Proiecl for Underprivileged Children and Black Herilage Week. Kappa Alpha Psi sponsored Brenda Lane. who was lirsl runner-up, in lhe Home- coming Queen conresr. Through social aclivilies, campus and civic proiecls and lolal dedicalion. Kappas are conslanlly growing. Spring officers were: Marion E. Wilson, polemarchi Jimmy Franklin, vice-polemarch: Frank T. Roy, dean of pledges: Bruce Johnson, keeper of records. v-'V fn. -r 'r f , 1,.,2 ' rr J V '- H ' f Q'Ql,,llill,m, ,yi ii., , ,l llgiwllfbl, -, li Hiriwmow iglllll wzwzlr v. ' 'Wm "wi 'v, , ww ..,Wi. i - f V . wir: ,g inf 'iw-W-2' gs, .fb . 113 , L ,llllwz ,. ' , 15 . W' 5, Alf. .A ,., Aff. - 2, X i-1 '-, ,, ' if l J ii - f V-mi . . Q 4 , v- ff: ..,, , ii 4. - ef, 41 -, -. ,f - ,,,. 'vm' .1 , A , 'S . ', , iixf +L J --:iikvrlllilhi '- .. x1.f,X1 " we 11,-. , ,in ,,41.,f14,: 23 .-f - f :Y -.+L -fy. .f V - 135 H'-. r liile l A -.W 4 5" 5'-:Q-"fix: V ,Eg " " 6579" 4 1 4. i' ' J F" pgffwf 5124 Q- ip" . , sf, : ' g' " x, 'W Q- -,- .-: , "f N, : V,-5 V ,f fbi - lkg V -"N 5 mr L, -Ty . 5 - ,r ., E y.. 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I5-26: Bruce John- .T .- L. 7,1 A- J: son, Edward Tasby, James Kelly, Charlie McDonald, Hurles Scales, James Aberna+hy, Shelfon Pendarves, John Jenkins, Jimmy Frank- lin, Bill Woodson, Frank T. Roy, Ricky Arcen- eaux. V' sv-. 2 '-414. I 11 A. lr ' J -nl lg, ' "ill Jr li J' 11 xl 1 X 1 4 T X f i 4 I .P 26 264 A ',.'5L .p" -' . -' "f -auhF . KU.. ' -4--.., . . fx.--, ,. ,.. The Epsilon-Upsilon chapTer oT Kappa Sigma incor- poraTed "liTTle sisTers" This year. STardusTers, The group's Tormal name, were inTro- duced To The chapTer boTh by The SMU chapTer and Through Caduceus, Their naTional magazine. The char- Ter members oT Ii++Ie sisTers included girls Trom The Chi Omega sororiTy, The ZeTa Tau Alpha sororiTy and independenTs. STardusTers' main proiecT is To work wiTh The pledges and To help wriTe a chapTer leTTer To naTional. For l-lomecoming Queen, Kappa Sigma helped The ZeTa Tau Alpha sororiTy supporT Suzi Caruzzi. They won TirsT place in The Ugly Man on Campus conTesT and sponsored The V.W. race during Greek Week. The FraTerniTy is represenTed in IFC by one member . :- ,Alf 1- Y, . , , ,. - being vice-presidenT and anoTher receiving a S250 scholarship. Civic proiecTs Tor Kappa Sigma included a walk-a- Thon Tor The March oT Dimes and helping The ZeTas wiTh a March OT Dimes door-To-door drive. They also worked wi+h The children aT The Cumberland Chil- dren's l-lome. ParTies consisTed oT rush parTies, member-pledge parTies, STardusTer parTies and a Spring Formal aT The l'lyaTT l-louse. Spring oTTicers were: lvlike Redden, presidenT1 Charles Marley, vice-presidenTg Rick Grunden, Trea- surer, Bill Fair, secreTary, Jim Magee, house. .-- . ,f ..,,,- ,---.-., ,A -1- -,,. ' , -i ,1-.-.2 , .hr--.A , 4,3-.:s,.. if- . .-..l'.Qf. 'f 'rt 1' .' ' f"f'f.-' ' ,". L7 .-A-f' '.'." -15' ' . L-Q., . ,-.51 ,G '51,-,:. u - ,I1 -,A:,:-:au , .di Af, U-'--,.., ' -' .IW 'Q ' "Unit 1T'i'4 ," -Ta.: . 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A 'W' ee-Q: f - - ' . 'QRME-.-ewrrifg 1. Q 2, Her- 1 'wi 1 1- J .' -' ' ie, - fs... , 1' "J", '-i"gLiP'- EH. - . ' 'x .B " -J 5 5 114: .1 I - -1 -7" , - , 'S she i ' " if , ,,. ,Ii' ffg-,gw- -..--a,,jI..,- - WL, , X ig,-,,w.a-.er in Kcippci Sigma I-9: Emily McGee, Tona Coleman, Jane Jenson, Pam Bran+ley, Jana Jones, April Lawrence, Debo- rah Fulgham, Peggy Burham, Jim Magee. I0-I9: Dub Driggs, Roy Tarwaler, John Wes'l', Jim Amyx, John Waghorne, Johnny Lighfening, Randy Godsey, Barry Brown, David Owen, Char- ley Marley. 20-33: Allen Clemson, Jerry Birdwell, Monfe Sfringer, John Wrighr, L. N. Smifh, Will Sfreel, Bob Hunfer, Randy Groves, Joe Walker, Mike Redden, Bill Fair, Rick Grunden, Larry Brown, Rick Buxlon. 24-46: Jim Cole, Sieve Sie- vens, Skeeler LaDue, Dan Shepherd, Holly While, Glen Duncan, Bill Pond, Tom Cliffon, Jerry Nich- ols, Bob Chaney, Gary Parrish, John Moody, Danny Boo'l'h. 47-52: Jerry Moore, Jim Hamillon, Mike McQueen, John Couch, Gregg Mays, Joe Wilson. 53-6I: Ed Boule, Bruce Crowley, David Lamme, Ron Kennedy, ScoH Nelson, Gary Dail- ey, Jim Thomas, Chuck Beck, Gene Lord. 26 266 , --'I-1'--ffm sus- JL-1-L' . , ' 5 Q . M1 . f 211- + ' -. .I ,. gi a. 'H Amd,-1 , wf'f"5C' ch 1 V , 4 - 1 . V -. 3 p ,,. l,, ...-.1-1 -nr, ':,.'..'gy-'L' , ,n-1-. :Lg , UW , . ' 5-'mtg 4.,ii5r?'?fifQ?5'f" ' ' -Q azgrlf' ' 211' Q fx ff! -- -2' 34 T '- ig' Q is 1 '32 5 YM' -L 4 . L. A"1' lv.,-1, ., . . , 'c"'i ' ,. .Y A xr .fm-' : V , 'Q' fr 'f .XE-1' - I fa 'Q . If : .,,.32i'7:- T' 1 l V - 1 .... - 4 - ,.,,,, -,,,A.:, 1 aw i fi A-fn 2, 6.21--..1'1::f fi? 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They parTicipaTed in baskeTball, TooTball, volley- ball, soTTball, Track and Tennis ThroughouT The year. Spring oTTicers were: Ralph Manoushagian, presi- denTg Randy Enloe, vice-presidenT: Carl PaTmore, secreTary: Tim FusTon, Treasurer: Don Hughes, rush chairman. Lcimbdci Chi Alpho I-I4: Chris Fadely, Ron Womack, Ray Higgins, James Burgess, Michell Woo- Ten, Barrie Gillespie, Mark NysTrom, Connie Jallans, Spiffy Harris, Jackie Bar- reT, Robin Quin, Mike Campbell, Debbie Caram, ElberT Buckler. I5-33: MargareT Howell, Mike Simpson, Don Millican, Mark Lindemann, David WooTon, Tim FusTon, Bob Johnson, Mike Lemmon, Richard Dansby, Diana AThanas, Mel- inda Bordner, Ralph Manoushagian, Shir- ley CoThran, Richard BarreT, Carolyn King, Bob WesTbrook, Suzie Fake, Sam STeen, Sheryl McLaughlin. 34-45: Becky Wilson, Donna Harralson, RuThie Heil, Sue Hodge, Bryson Read, Norm WaTers, Ron Silvers, Rodger LisTer, Carol Burrell, Bruce Pfieffer, Carl Pafmore, Ann Bai'- Ten. 46-55: Barry WorTham, Randy Enloe, Jean Peaken, Reggie Scheu, Gene STephens, Dean Ford, Ron Childre, Carl Jensen, Larry Danlin, ScoTT PolsTon. 56 - Don Hughes. 267 S N ya , xx 1-A .-.g,1T:'axf- - AMXWX fn. X HQK Xi' x kr A ' ' -. ,y X - 'f 1 1. . A ,X u. X k 'F 4 AQ, i 'N- ,fs vi-I ff N K X . ...ICI I I-iff-.I...I,I,15,I.I . ,... I .XIII .I .. .K I I IMI, ,W swf. V ' xg., .:- 1,-1-if . ,,- , I - TX II . . 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They sef new sfandards concerningbofh members and associafe members in a Membership Recruifmenf Educa- fion Program llv1REl. They abolished pledgeship and es- fablished equal basis for members and associafes. The only lessons faughf were abouf fhe hisfory of fhe frafernify. Pi Kappa Phi's proiecf fhis semesfer was selling raffle fickefs for a life-fime subscripfion fo Playboy. The winner also receives fhe choice of eifher dining wifh Miss Decem- ber or SIOO. The frafernify' parficipafed in fhe Ugly Man confesf and in fhe kife flying confesf during Greek Week. They placed firsf in fhe blood drive wifh IOO per cenf par- ficipafion from fheir membership and ranked second in fhe canned food drive. Spring officers were: Thomas l-lall, archong lvlaffhew Gower, freasurerg Sfeve Speiser, secrefaryg Jeffery Janes. warden: Thomas Russell, hisforian. TTKCD Pi Koppo Phi l-IO: Bob Gold, Sfeve Speiser, Shelby Way, Thomas Rus- sell, Mike Wilson, Larry Thomas, Thomas Hall, Jeff Janes, David Alford, Maff Gower. 270 EAM Sigmci Alpho Mu Sigma Alpha Mu ulilized a new concepl ol pledgeship lhis year. They replaced old lechniques ol hazing and paddling wilh service and work proiecls. Pledges are responsible lor bolh lralernily and cily proiecls. They have regular sludy periods and work wilhin a meril syslem. Members have de- lined lhis lime as a period used lor gelling lo know lhe ac- live membership. As a parl ol lhe college lralernily syslem, Sammies are also parl ol lhe changing campus scene. They have parlici- paled in such sporls as loolball, baskelball. sollball and horseshoes. The lralernily has held lhe overall lralernily scholarship award nine oul ol lwelve semeslers. Socially, Sigma Alpha Mu have co-hosled rush parlies wilh lhe Pi Kappa Alpha lralernily, and have held "gel-logelh- ers" wilh lhe Kappa Della sororily. The Sammies helped lhe l'learl Fund by parlicipaling in "Bounce lor Beals," a local and nalional proiecl. Spring ollicers were: Sleve Whelpley, presidenlg Marc Perlslein, vice-presidenl and recorder: and Maury Guziclc, exchequer. E? cuLiiii'f'FLua 010 I-7: Mark Saegel, Jay Lipinslcy, Ron Rulher- forcl, Roberl Goldhirsh, Sam Rosenwasser, Nick Oliver, Sleve Zimmerman. 8-I5: Bill Kunolsky, Sleve Whelpley, Morris Kunof- slcy, Neil Blend, Milne Friedman, Marc Perl- slein, Maury Guziclc, Craig Meyhew. Q" .f--Q N IJ - .- 5 if 0 f-- J" I, L 4. J p X 4 'QQ 1, if' !::.f"v , . A f:"f'?gi't"t""qA:'f' ff ' .ff ,A lm, 11251 fr if 'ykegwge fx, L ,Q g",fs,5Q3. 251 ' , 1' . L .'3"57:'ff ff? 'diy-0 'Q' -ww - "R -. E ,- 4 .. :-L K",-rf: 'x 5 , ' :Tw :S-5 ' 71" r L ""' E VP, - , , If ':5EWl5fi5 if-"bfi" . 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'1fF:.-'BMV ZQ 1, - , ' ' ff 1 .". '- , , 1 , if , ' 1 'f W 113:""f' 'Lai-' . ' 'V R ' ffm' fs- ' ' ' "A-.1 ' ,' 4 ,H -21 fl! -14 LL - 1 , im 5, nj 4 ., -1.11 , ,j. lu A 3 1 - ww - r A " , . V X . ' - -mf! - AE. f -"' -'-"H, -L ' . A '- -4' ..'x,,. ,f, ,-"' A ' v' . "- X ., af a , E-ff - ' , ' I7 . , I f. ' - v ll Q 1 , E, X c f 15 I 1 2. V I , .s-. If Arm 54 ui.-. ' ' i 1 1' rt'-A r, jf! ' 1- . .' , n- l ,. ' " -- 272 ZN Sigma Nu's began anew This year wiTh a remodeling iob on Their TraTerniTy house. They compleTely redecoraTed The inTerior and designed a new parTy room equipped wiTh boTh a sTage and a bar. During Homecoming, The Sigma .Nu's worked wiTh The ZeTa Tau Alpha sororiTy on a TloaT labeled "The New U." They also helped supporT Suzi Caruzzi Tor Homecoming Queen. Sigma Nu plans included a TradiTional WhiTe Rose parTy' held every April aT a Dallas hoTel, a Greek Bowl againsT The Kappa Alpha TraTerniTy and inTramural sporTs. The members won The Talon spiriT award and parTicipaTed in The Tood drive. Spring oTTicers were: RusTy BarneTT, lT. commander: Bryce Pool and Randy Nich- ols, pledge marshals: Hal Carlson. Treae surer: Andy Hammond, recorder: Tom Dean, house marshal: and Sammy Allen, aThleTic direcTor. 12. X X " L 1, S, L -P 'n.x- um mm 'alfygs , , 4 VW Kam., Fsllalr- lil wwh t - ' ' " 'A'1!'5EF53'5"l"jjjg-5:jr+f..ff:f-. vi. ve, ,s , ,- T V' . Tiif ,. 44 A, . ..,-- L , ,551l':f,.ti:- " 1 -" - '- ' " " I . H ',- 1 -.4 - - Y-. ' c T :. .','. . T' ' .5F'ffTYE"1w-.'g'g:' ,.1' 6 f 'if '5T?jii5jT,3? er 1 ' ' ' - "Wav N2-f."" 'T 1- -2. 55, 3i'f'7-T' - if , "ia 'fig ,wg +9153 'L Ri a A1 Tr A "i' I J " ii' 1 dv 'tl ' is .U L Q is - i I-7: Sammy Allen, Cliff Meggers, Lee Farris, Fred Lollar, Andy Hammond, Hal Carlson, Ron Henry. 8-I9: Charlie Lo'H, Bryce Pool, S. S. Snead, Rick Shaw, Greg Wynn, Rus+y Barne'H, Leo McGilvrey, Bill Buller, Charlie Wrigh+, Ken Locker, Corkey Co'Hrel, Clark Lawrence. 20-39: Burch Caldwell, Jon Rommel, Drew Werner, Bob Pope, Ted Gosland, Keilh Applefon, S+eve Epps, Ronny ScoH', Scoif Crawford, Tom Dean, Sco'H' Benner, Randy Nichols, Bill Thomas, Kirk S+ri'l'+maH'er, Hank Clan'I'on, Gary Doss, Ronald Loe, Pai' Johnslon, Mark Wilson, Mike Berkley. N M in in 1 W 1 ,N l Sigma Nu 7 4? ,,,:W G, -. + 4 A' ' A . 'H .V K , f -vu, -. - -v v ,X 1 . . ,fp p Q J S7 "ND .7 -, 1 , , N v f , , w f :v5':.4 A 1 1 255355515655 ..,::5r:i:1::E ,1:Ei:52:EfE1: ' 552,-:':E3::5fE 5355535555 ig -.- -, in .,,,- iiiE, v-1 I f ---':...:"1-: T, 5 -x - ,g - ,- I WWI? -P , .1P, K, 5 I --.,., up' .pgs F Q. 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I The TraTerniTy was acTive in The Blood Drive by winning The MosT Donors'Trophy wiTh 96 per cenT oT Their member- ship parTicipaTing. Members also worked wiTh "Eagle Eyers," NorTh Texas recruiTing organizaTion. ln inTramu- rals, They have won baskeTball, chess and pool. Spring oTTicers were: Ken Brown. presidenTg Gary Felk- er, vice-presidenT: STeve Chaney, recording secreTary: David Lee, chaplain: Roy CarTer, compTroller. ZCDE Sigmo Phi Epsilon I-II: Susan Serur, Allen Rowland, KaThy Shockey, Suzanne Simmons, PeTe Kamp, Sonia WhiTTingTon, Chris Williamson, Nancy Corley, Cindy Oliver, Kandy Kennemer, PaT CarTer. I2-I8: Bruce Wardle, Roy CarTer, Clay Ellison, Tony McCray, Jack Coneff, Gary Felker, Joyce EaTon. 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LaTer a regional conclave was held in Dallas Tor TKE chapTers in The greaTer SouThwesT area. ln inTramurals, Tekes placed TirsT in TooTball, volley- ball and wresTling Tor The Third consecuTive year. Spring compeTiTion was in baslceTball, chess, pool and soTTball. Spring oTTicers were: STacy Cooper, PryTanis: Gary Gear, Epi PryTanis: Ronnie Arnold. Grysopholos: Larry WhiTe, GrammaTies: Eddie UTay, l"lyperpheTes. I-8: Gary Gear, Bob Fiorini, Jim DeLario, Eddie Ulay, Randy McMurry, Ricky Dennis, Daryl While, Ken Jusrice. 9-I7: Chris A+hens, Ken Workman, Karen Murphy, Mike O'Ri- ley, Sfacy Cooper, Les Thompson, Larry Whire, Phil Allord, Dave Sharp. I8-27: Fred Tra- vello, Duke Berry, Ronnie Arnold, Doug Miller, Walf Harpool, Roy Cook, Ray Rainey, Ken Abood, Mike Fecey, Bob Malpecle. 28-3I: Jon Paul Goodman, Mac Price, Rick Wor'l'hy. ips? 25375 '.., aiiivzfzqil -.f',- ,.,-r --,A- Ll ' f G -- he fary R f , G an lear 'll ra Q A vfqthhl xxfrxllfk WSL! 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L.: f . 1.--va' . .wif ...firm -:-4-.A I-6: Don Cox, Gary Fashimpar, Tom Shellogg, Mike Murray, Larry Baker, Mike Rofh well. 7-l5: Arlhur Dunham, Richard Fros+, Bob Lilley, Richard Griffin, Cary Freeman, Rhey Nolan, Bob Jackson, John Fonclren, Tom Pingleion. Elle F ' " -.e:L.a as WiTh plans Tor peTiTioning The naTional chapTers oT Phi Gamma DelTa Tor recogniTion as an undergra- duaTe chapTer, The DelTa Colony oT Phi Gamma DeI+a Took an acTive role in universiTy and communiTy ac- TiviTies. Leadership developmenT was sTressed by DelTa Colony as one OT iTs maior goals. They soughT To de- velop men who looked like oTher men buT had minds oT Their own . . . minds challenged by The evenTs oT Today and challenges oT Tomorrow. The diTTiculT Task oT building leaders was accomplished Through respon- sibiliTy, devoTion and dedicaTion. During The Tall se- FIJI Phi Gommo DelTo DelTo Colony mesTer, The Fiii's Took an acTive parT in The l.iTT oT LiTe blood drive, The lnTerTraTerniTy Council sponsored Thanksgiving Canned Food Drive and sponsored a ChrisTmas parTy Tor The children aT The DenTon Day care cenTer. ln The spring The Fiii's parTicipaTed in sporTs, social and campus acTiviTies. The Tamed Fiji lsland parTy was held in The laTe spring on an island in. Lake Dallas. Spring oTTicers were: ArThur Dunham, presidenT: Mike Murray, Treasurer, Tom Shellogg and Rhey Nolan. secreTaries: and Tom PingleTon, hisTorian. 279 280 CDKG Phi Kcippo The'ro Campus aciiviiies, social funciions, civic volunieer work and rush parries proieci The 7l-72 year for The Phi Kappa Theia fraierniiy. On campus, Theias have placed second or beiier in ihe 'iraierniiy scholarship raiing for 'rhe lasi 'rhree semesiers. They won boih Trophies in ihe canned food drive, one for poundage and one for poundage per man. Theias have speni considerable iime work- ing wiih underpriviledged children. One oui- ing was 'ro a campus baskeiloall game. Socially. Theias have hosied a semi-'formal Chrisimas pariy, a Spring Formal and rush parries. Spring officers were: Gabe Parker, presi- denig Ross Todd, vice-presideniq Roy Sivley, Treasurer, David Bryani, secreiary. ffm ' , i - ., e .. , . " 5195- 'X 1 1 . H QM -up ' '1-1' . f, -pei i aff- i l iwiyz.ef.a,3: ' .4Eii.'L"' 15,3 , ,TZFN ig as '1:!:'i.'45 " '. M 'T' Q' 3 'fi-Yi , ' - 1 i 4 -i i fi ii! w 2 f's.iQg1.': - . '1' 1 3 ' ' Q.','. i ', ' -1 J. 4' " 31.554 A ' . ii I f ,i '- i . f .F 1 . 5515" 3055 D-' l -- f fin. ,. i s - Z lm V I f , all lf T 14 . if N6 .. is , f- . " 41 A 'a f' .ge-, . H fi. A ', ,- A X 1 ll Wigan "kg, f- for .Wi -' - . . - is ' 1 fi .K . ' 5 fl g -14 . - ' " ' ir' ' ir f- " --34255. 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During The spring semesTer, Phi Kappa Sigma spon- sored The annual Greelc Week Queen conTesT and com- peTed in inrramural sporTs. Dallas was The scene of Their annual Phi Kap Black and Gold spring Tormal. Spring oTTicers were: Don SmiTh, president Dub Nor- man, vice-presidenT, Terry BouTon. secreTary, Bob lrheams, Treasurer: and Dale Brennan, pledge Trainer. I-3: Cliff ChaTman, Randy Carmichael, Harold Adams. 4-9: Paul Bosler, Don SmiTh, Dan Elrod, Tom Todd, Dale Brennan, Rex Grun- dy. I0-l2: Dub Norman, Jim McGinnis, Ron Fleming. I3-I6: John Kappus, Ronnie King, Kenny Noack, Mike Vaughn. -l ,Wh ,fra ., . . fsifaixj' , A r- -fr' 1 ' . i ' i. 1,,... 'l,f1'TT"'., '- Pi if :, 5q.i,,5g?' ' .ylwfl is 1 H T of lf lff T! 1 a D + ' S -' 1 KZ' T, 'e , a Q ffl, .-4- "' lt -my Q15--'T"" W. iri T ni f ,' ft' ,' 'allies 5-'LA .1-Q - ' i f Ti if lrxt .I ,L ER' ' 51 ','. WJ, " f,E',,'11LfiT'W5ji i ,. W,-I, 3 ,,. 5 gi " - sl- id ' -,.-.v 3 Es-:nfyl 1'-2:9-' xxx -Q--'J-. .ri N -L-'-w. ' ,- '- T Tx ,aj lr? 'VKX girl? T i 2 284 ' 4 "l.eT's burn down The old Greek sysTem. BuT leT's noT desTroy Greeks." Like oTher Pike chapTers across The naTion, The Epsi- lon DelTa chapTer aT NorTh Texas is in a period oT re- consTrucTion. When a man ioins Pi Kappa Alpha he doesn'T give up his human righTs. l-le enTers a new ex- perience, a chance To be an individual. FirsT, Pikes-have changed pledgeship by having probaTionary members work wirh acTive members. Second, Their membership program is one oT TraTer- nal educaTion, noT allienaTion. The chapTer has cele- braTed Founder's Day and The Dream Girl Spring Formal This year. Their schedule included plans Tor sponsoring an inTramural golT Tour and a muscular dysTrophy wheelchair push Tor donaTions in April. During Greek Week, They promoTed The sTilT race. AT DisTricT and NaTional convenTions. Pikes will dis- cuss TurTher changes in The TraTerniTy. Topics To be discussed will be changes in Their riTual and co-educa- Tional TraTerniTies. This is why They say, "LeT's burn down The old Greek sysTem. BuT leT's build a beTTer one." Spring oTTicers were: lv1iTch FacTor, presidenT7 Bill Gray, vice-presidenTq Wayne l-luTchins, Treasurer: l-larry Pierce, secreTary. 1,-, 35,4 ,. , -Z4"7.,. ,. HI. II, I df, I. .., l. ,f.Il1III IV ,I,1' I , I ii' iff I, .' I yI,aII,2ji3I,f.iuiQkT: if ' ii . :if-- 'iii A Kwik-'.i'1i' :ze ff' f' - ' in ',' -- .N .4 ---4 if W- V if f- fgw.-'-.,.' I-"i "Q: .av Liga,-1"" A- 4, ...nfl "rr-' wif. fffJ""EQ" f ' a , :Ms 1,54 "-' ' ."' -A a, 4 i N ' 7-Ilfk ,Filip .I-Y ,II.l I ',I. I I I I I,I4I,:qIZI.-3 I II ., ,- ,-:.I . X'-.wx-.1 ,Il-. f.'q5Ig-l1- ,- . , ,:, mf -2, V -..- Mls"'g.!z-,l,I?-Ffgfig 5'S...iIV4.? i I :LII '-,I. .- i I- I It ,,14I. 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I6-35: Mike Camden, Milch Faclor, Cran Dodds, John Flippin, Wayne Hulchings, Bill Gray, Fred Veazey, Rob Mayberry, Mike Wallers, Dennis PlaH, Charles Mayfield, Gene DeLaTorre, Cole Dun- lap, Janelle Reed, Jim Reed, Tim Young, Larry Cooke, Bob Boyer, Jay Hulchins, Levis Judson. 286 X? "" . ld' 4-, ga 1-'W Brenda Lane Suzanne Simmons Nan Clarcly Kappa Alpha Psi Sigma Phi Epsilon Phi Kappa The'l'a Deborah Smilh Pam Bradshaw Emily McGee Elaine Berry Virginia Kelly Alpha Phi Alpha Thefa Chi Kappa Sigma Pi Kappa Phi Phi Kappa Sigma ii' Barbara Bruner Ellen Fishlcind Del'I'a Sigma Phi Sigma Elpha Mu Melinda Bordner Cynihia Thomas Mary Mar'rin Lambda Chi Alpha Tau Kappa Epsilon Sigma Nu Frciierniiy Sweethearts 287 288 1 YI an ' 531, Q? . ,gi 5 'Q I in iv Yr. 'sq 4 .Ln in 1 S K if KQV 4 ,, .. VM., L gp o I x! AAS 9 290 Alpho Phi Omego Over 20 service proiecTs were underiraken by The Gamma Rho ChapTer oT Alpha Phi Omega lAPOl. Service acTiviTies included providing assisTance wiTh The l-lemophiliac Blood Drive, visiTing paTienTs in The UniversiTy l-lospiTal, operaTion oT The LosT and Found oTTice in The UB, and guidance oT campus Tours. APO's year-round eTTorTs Tor campus beauTiTica- Tion included Tunds donaTed Tor a campus beauTiTica- Tion program. Funds were made available Through The organizaTion's sponsorship oT The BeauTy and The BeasT conTesT held in The spring. The Homecoming parade award Tor originaliTy was given To APO Tor Their baThTub TloaT enTry. APO has a disTinguished alumnus in Presideni' C. C. Nolen, naTional chairman oT The APO EndowmenT Fund commiTTee. Welcoming his arrival in The Tall were oTTicers Ric BurneTT, presidenT: Dave WalTon, and Jack Bowen, TirsT and second vice-presidenTs: ivlike Terry, Treasurer: Roger BarreTT. recording sec- reTary: and Bill Boykin, corresponding secreTary. U T rr i gi. fp ri ' l. APO members Dave Owen and Ronnie Gammon aT The orga- nizaTion's LosT and Found office in The STudenT Union Building. ' FRONT ROW: Bill Marks: STeve MiTchell: Roger BarreH', rec- ording sec.: Lewis Bundock: Tom Odom, firsT v.p.: Bill Boykin, second v.p. SECOND ROW: Bob Harris, pres.: Ric BurneTT: Frank Blair: C.C. Nolen: Mike McDaniel: Gerald BrenholTz, sponsor: Dave WalTon. BACK ROW: Gil Gillum: Ronnie Allen: RoberT Long, Treas.: Charlie Zalkowsky, corresponding sec.: and Mike Terry. FRONT ROW: Jane Anne Collins, sec.: Janei' Francis: Dena Wilhife: Henri ShoH': Kay Knezelc. SECOND ROW: Sara Leilh, 'iirsl' vzp.: Carol Harrison: Jackie Ross:.Beverly Brown: Rulhie Sfovall: Ri'l'a Pillcey. THIRD ROW: Sharon McClan- ahan: Terry Triersch, second v.p.: Shirley Coihran: Linda Phillips: Mariorie Tack- e+l: Gail Lehrmann: Dee Adams, lreas.: and Carla LiH'le, pres. Green .lockers Gi l Beginning The fall semesler by man- ning an imcormafion booih and assisling blind sludenis ai regisiralion, Green Jackels also worked 'ro insure ihe success of campus acliviiies wiih 'rheir suppori of NTSU afhleiics and aid al' SAU-spon- sored evenis. Green Jackeis inifialed a parly for children from Cumberland Childrens Home on lhe Presiden'r's lawn and helped in planning an Easier egg huni for Den- lon children. The group also hosressed Jrhe High School Malh Field Day. ABOVE: Green Jaclcels cheer for Mean Green al' Homecoming game. LEFT: Pledges were lsiflingl Paula McPherson: Becky Wilson: and Myra BoyeH. lS+andingl Margarei Howell: Rifa Ragsdale: Ann O'NeaI: Mary Helen Murray: Michele Madia: and Susan Hamle'H. X 292 ...,.,. 1 W f fy r 'll : ,-T :iii . - - A J 5-.gli .ce Top To Bo'Hom, Talons were ileTTl STan Rhoacles: Treas.: Fred Arroyo: Lynn ChrisTy: Dennis STe- RoberT Wills: Jerry Allen: Don Peniclc: Jimmy vens, sec.UfrighTl Joel Osborn:TrenT SaxTon: Allen Sfeen: Jack Jackson: Gary Gordon, pres.: Dr. GeisTman: WinsTon Lucas: Brison Reed: and Jim William Glaze, sponsor. imiddlel Tim FusTon: Don Morrow. Hughes: Mike Dwyer: Hung Tze Yew: Dan Pryor Talons Playing a maior parT in Homecoming prepara- Tions, Talons supervised and coordinaTed The TraTerniTies in building The TradiTional bonfire. During The bonfire program, emceed by The oTTi- cers, Talons announced Suzi Carruzi Homecom- ing Queen. AT The pre-game parade and during The halT-Time show, members oT Talons provided escorTs and TransporTaTion Tor The queen and her cour'r: Phyllis George, Miss America: Janice Bain, Miss Texas: and Elaine Mcl.endon, Miss Tall Universe. During The spring semesTer, Talons demon- sTraTed Their inTeresT in serving noT only NorTh Texas, buT also DenTon by organizing and hosT- ing, in coniuncTion wiTh NorTh Texas sororiTies. an EasTer egg hunT Tor The communiTy's under- privileged children. The organizaTion, which sTrives To mainTain school pride and supporT Tor aThleTic evenTs, i presenTed spiriT Trophies To The rnosT enThusiasTic TraTerniTy, sororiTy and independenT group. To insure spiriTed leaders during nexT year's acTivi- Ties, Talons coordinaTed The elecTion oT varsiTy ? cheerleaders. Talons are proud noT only of Their many mem- Gary Gordon and Wes Spiegel ride aTop Talons bers parTicipaTing in all 'TGCSTS oT campus liTe, cannon. lTs boom is heard aTTer each NT Touchdown buT also oT Their opporTuniTies To serve The enTire in The fall- universiTy. ' Tri-Service officers were llefi' io righfl Nancy Woffard, proiecis chrmn.g Susi Hen- drix, coordina+or:'Kay Case, 'l'reas.g Gloria Phillips, sec.: Jaclrie Barre+, parliameniar- ian: Sfacey Gilberi, orienralion chrmn., and Debbie Leach, chaplain. Tri-Service Reading To Jrhe blind and spon- soring pariies for underprivileged children were 'rwo of Jrhe proiecis underlralcen This year by Tri-Service. Oiher acfiviiies were assisiing wiih regisiraiion and eleciions on campus. ushering ai Siudeni Aciivi- ries Union movies and conceris, con- duciing campus 'fours and oiher iunciions in service To The universiiy. A voluniary service organizaiion, Tri-Service required each of i'rs 45 members io donaie 20 hours each semesfer 'fo universi+y service. Membership requiremenis are a 2.6 cumulaiive grade poini average I2 hours credil ai Norih Texas. FRONT: Susie Hendrix, coordinaforg S'I'acey Gilbert orien+a+ion Tom,-no: Rosemary Wl1i++on, STANDING: Dol-,by Leach: F,-on- Cl'1FmI'l-I Polly WeSfdYke? Gloria- Phillips- SECOND Roiwi Pai ces McAfee: Kay Case, +reas.: Diana Davis: Barbara Wafkinsg Kif"QI KBY C0llif1SI JOYCE Buiffllli Paule++e SCOHZ DGHISS Car- Leslie Fisher: Jackie Barrel: Sanclra Phillips, Debra Smi+h: and reaihersg Barbara Smiih: Karen Malkowslcig Diane Pe+rek: Nancy Cindy Glorioso, Wofford, proiecrs chrmn.g Kaihy Miller: Judy Casong Elizabe+h 293 294 SAU For The TirsT Time in several years, The STudenT AcTiviTies Union lSAUl made iTs presence known on cam- pus. SAU sponsored everyThing Trom a Trip To Hawaii during The EasTer vacaTion To The campus clubs' carnival during homecoming. Under The leadership oT Don Hughes, presidenT, SAU broughT Top-name TalenT, highly regarded movies and several poliTical Tigures To campus To boTh enTerTain and en- lighTen The NorTh Texas sTudenT. ConcerTs included ll-lelen Reddy, John Denver, The AssociaTion, Friends oT DisTincTion, Russ KirkpaT- rick, and The NiTTy GriTTy DirT Band. "WoodsTock," "The Fox," "STraw- berry STaTemenT," and "Boys in The Band" were some oT a long lisT oT movies shown in The Tall and spring. STudenT AcTiviTies Union was composed oT a board oT direcTors wiTh several sTudenT commiTTees working under iT. The board was composed oT Ron BlaTchley, direcTor oT SAU: The presidenT, vice-presi- denT, and secreTary oT SAU: TaculTy represenTaTives: sTudenT govern- menT represenTaTives: and The edi- Tor oT The Daily. The nine commiTTees responsible Tor arranging The acTiviTies oT SAU were enTerTainmenT, Tilms, dance and coTTee house, Travel and sTudy, spiriT, recreaTion, ideas and issues, fashion and publiciTy. TT 'T' ' 'T' I T I 1, -. ' .- u-vsfv ffflldl in-,.- magma ' -- is NL' ABOVE: SAU officers were Don Hughes, pres.: Cynfhia Hicks, v.p.: and Sharon. MonTeiTh, sec. BELOW: Ron BlaTchley, clirecTor of sTuclenT acTivi- Ties: Marcia Chamblee, secreTary:. and Ron Pokorny, assT. direcTor. .+-1, i?1,.,1..ff'..-sus -s Publicity "ia- -Ha-,,'h Preparing pos'I'ers +o publicize SAU ac'livi+ies are erl Wells, Debbie Thorell, Debbie Gaslon, Lesley llefil fo righfl publicify commi+'l'ee members Rob- Gla'l'er, and Ken Lane, commilrlee chairman. Enlerfcunmenl LEFT: Enlerfainmenl commiH'ee members in- cluded: f'Fron+l David Lewis, chairman: Marvin Smifh: Vicki Schafer. lsecond rowl Randy Cum- mings, Dave Lewis, Kafhy Bales, Don Michael, George Foulsham, Jeanene Holland, and David Burbank Hopi. BELOW: Members of 'l'he film commiflee were: llefl' l'o righfl Roberl' Roach: Cheryl Coggins: Jay Trimble: Virgie Cooper: Jon Craver: Gary Anderson, chairman: Mark Lam- ber'l'i: and Ca'I'hy Truesdale. Films 29 296 Trovel ond Sfucly F ily' l ' f I I ' . I l l Donce ond Coffee House ABOVE: lleff fo righfl Debbie Smifh ancl co-chairmen Jean Winkler and Cafhy Cooper of fhe dance and coffee house commiffee. RIGHT: Ron Polcorny, SAU assisfanf clirecfor and Corinne Gibson, fravel commiffee chairman. - SAU recreafion commiffee: ileff fo righfi Jaimi Odela: Marcia Walfher: Melissa McClure: Dennilyn Whife: Pam Ficlces: Kafhy Shoclcey: Rachel Laicheg Diana Brown: Jill Alexander: and Marilyn Baggeff, chairman. -V A' L Ideas and lssues commlH'ee fronf Michelle WooHon Ibaclcl Sandra Phllllps Dave Owens Rufhle Hell co chrmn Harold Cox and Danny Alvey co chrmn Ideas on Issues Splrlf on Hospltollty Spirif and hospi+aIiI'y commiffeeg Ifronfl Henri Shofh Sandy MaH'hews, and Trenf Saxlon, co chairmen: Ibackl Shiela Smifhg Mary Muhl, Linda Wilcox: and Shirley Corhran. 297 . 'Ji 7113 1 , f 'if 34" ' pew I I , I ' -A, ,V I , :A " ' ' - I , ,. , mu, r f I N ,, . I nf' " I . H, ge 'L , .. I - I ss ,I I I 2 I I : : I u ' 'I I I ' ' ' 'E' 'Y - A Y .' Y 4" f ' - if ' l " F ' V A 4 A ! A ra, V . ' 0 0 Ill In . ' I3-N, - I I I I I l I . V Q V- L- V -' I., f I I A Inj I Fashion commi'H'ee officers and members were: lSea+- rison: Anne Balding: Cafhy Owen: Jan Williams: Jean edl Ka+hie Moser: Jane? Muncy, chairman: Pai Epley: Lewis: Diana Haas: Pam Schuchard, iechnical chair- Kalhy McQuown. lS+andingl Jackie Barrel: Judy man: and Debbie Smifh. Jones: Shirley Coihran: Candy Bafienfield: Linda Mor- Foshion Commiliee A iewelry show and oiher fashion relared pro- grams were sponsored or pariicipaied in by SAU's Fashion Commiiiee. Charm school and model agency owner Rob- eri' Powers and professional models presenied a commiH'ee sponsored show in Jrhe fall. Models offered informaiion on eliqueile, diel regimens and makeup and oiher Techniques used by pro- fessional models in Their careers. In January, The commiiiee sponsored The campus eniry of Glamour magazine's Top Ten College Girls coniesi, iudged in parl by Presi- deni Nolen. Two sludeni models, Carol Gilberrand Sheryl Booker, represenied The commiiiee ai ihe Fash- ion Field Day held in February a+ The Apparel Mari in Dallas, and compleied ils spring pro- gram wiih a fashion show in April. RIGHT: Aspiranis io represeni Norih Texas in Glamour magazine's Top Ten College Girls coniesl' were: lFron+ rowl Jackie Bar- rel: Cafhy Owen: Ca'l'hy Cooper: Pairicia PickeH': Shirley Lumpkin: Deborah Smiih: Diane Paclik. lBack rowl Mary Marlin: Sheri McCray: Joyce Bu'Hrill: Carol Burrell: San- dra Pendleion: Becky Rhodes: and Shirley Colhran. V Afier having helped in choosing 1'he Norlh Texas enlry 'io Glamour magazine's lop Ten College Girls confesi, presidem' C.C. Nolen chais wiih Jane? Muncy, winner Jackie Barrel and Shirley Coihran. Mom-Selles As models of fhe Fashion Commiffee. fhe Mam- Selles parficipafed in all of fhe fall-spring fashion acfivifies on campus sponsored by fhaf commiffee. The group offers young ladies a chance fo relafe wifh fhe fashion world by sfressing femininify. New Mam-Selles were chosen in March af a fashion fair held af Norfh Park Inn in Dallas. ggi,-sz: The Mam-Selles were: ffronf rowl Pam Schuchard: Redd: Georgia Rober+sg Kafhie Moser: Paf Eplyg Anne Balding: Carol Gilbert lBack row, Brenda Jane-I' Muncyi and Sheryl Bgqker, 299 Alpha Chi lnilialion ceremonies in Novem- ber added 40 new members 'ro 'rhe Texas Era Chaprer of Alpha Chi. The chap'rer's spring calendar in- cluded a banquel and spring social in March and ils annual April Lec- lure Series. One of 96 universily chaplers 'rhroughoul 'l'he Uniled Slales and neighboring counlries which pro- mole and recognize scholarship in academic divisions, Alpha Chi spon- sors lhe Myrlle C. Brown Scholar- ship Award. Recipienl of The S200 award is chosen by fhe chapler on 'rhe basis of need and scholaslic abil- iry. A iunior or senior classiliicalion and a 3.5 cumulalive grade poinl average are The requiremenls 'lor membership in Alpha Chi. 'Can' 'x Lefl' 'lo Rlghf Linda Bassham, 'l'reas.: Delma Cliflon, pres.: Mike Berkley fII'S+ v p Carol Burrell second v.p.: and Sherron Gibbs, sec. SEATED: Sara Hurdis, Suzanne Lipscomb, Carolyn Huff, Sheri Hawkins STANDING Barbara Morgan sec Debbie Roclcen McCray, Be'Hy Cleveland, Debby Branaman, Beni+a Boclc, Lonlla baugh pres Carla Tunnell +reas and Brenda Spradley Alpha Lambda Ini+ia+ion of new members and a service proiecl were Jrwo of Jrhe spring funclions of Alpha Lambda Della. A mixer for i'rs 43 members, held ioinfly wi+h 'rhe freshman men of Phi Era Sigma, was held in lare spring. A narional honor sociely 'For freshman women, +he organizarion awards +wo scholarships each year lo worfhy members. Freshman women wi1'h a 3.5 grade poinl' average are eligible for mem- bership in Alpha Lambda Delra. Della 302 Blue Key Annual sponsors of +he Who's Who Banquer in The spring, Blue Key also assisled al' Presidenl C.C. Nolen's in- auguralion in The fall. Service and fund-raising proiecls lcepl pledges busy borh semeslers. Pledges accepled lasl spring were inilial- ed al' a banquel in December. The nalional honor sociely for men requires a 3.0 grade poinl average. junior slanding, membership in Jrwo campus clubs and pasl' or presenl office in one of lhe clubs on lhe Norlh Texas campus. 1--Q Officers and members of Blue Key were lsealedl Joe LeBay: Pai' ingl' Dr. John Peflil, advisor: Roberl' Pringle, +reas.g Norman Naylor: Milne Workman: Bill Boncls, v.p.g Paul Paris, pres. lS+and- Caswell, pledge +rainer: and Milne Berkley, sec. Members of MorTar Board were ileTT To righTl Andrea Anderson, Becky Rhodes, STacy GilberT, Barbara Molinare, Rosemary LEFT TO RIGHT: Debra Pope, pres.: Elaine Lloyd, Treas.g De- borah SmiTh, recording sec.: Diane Paclilc, v.p.: Shirley Lump- kin, reporTerp and STacy GilberT, recording sec. ll l lll' WhiTTen, Elaine Lloyd, Diane Paclik, Deborah SmiTh. Donna James, Barbara GilberT, Shirley Lumplcin, and Debra Pope. Morfor Boo rd The annual Calling OuT Ceremony on March 27 ac- cenred The year Tor Morrar Board members. The cere- mony, which was held in The Toyer oT The AdminisTraTion Building, honored The 35 new members chosen from a Tield oT 360 eligible women sTudenTs. A Tea was held aTTerwards aT PresidenT Nolen's house Tor members, Their parenTs and The Sophomore l-lonor Guard consisT- ing oT The Ten sophomore women wiTh The highesT grade poinT average. Earlier in The year. The group hosTed a geT acquainT- ed parTy aT Lewisville. ln OcTober, Carol Swinburn, as- sisTanT dean oT sTudenTs and Mrs. C. C. Nolen accom- panied members To a TCU MorTar Board SecTion MeeT- ing. . Service pr'oiecTs Tor The year included reading To blind sTudenTs. A raffle which oTTered a Ten dollar giTT cerTiTicaTe To The winner served as The Tund raising proi- 'ecT Tor The year. AT The annual Honors ConvocaTion, lv1orTar Board honored The woman graduaTe wiTh The highesT grade poinT average. An alumni chapTer was esTablished This year under The leadership oT Mrs. Marilyn Morrision. The chapTer makes MorTar Board Alumni available To assisT acTive members oT The organizaTion. MorTar Board is an honor organizaTion open To women sTuclenTs wiTh 3.0 averages and iunior sTanding. SelecTion oT members is based on scholarship, leader- ship and service. 30 xi 304 Phi Elo Sigmg Parlicipafing in freshman orienia- Tion before The fall semes+er. Phi Era Sigma members helped prepare new sludenls for Their firsf college year. lnifiaiion of new members was held al' a formal banquei in early spring. A mixer wifh Alpha Lambda Della, honor socielv for freshman women. complefed The social calen- dar. The naiional honor fra+erni+y for freshman men srrives To creale cer- iain s1'a+us for freshmen who have achieved an ouislanding grade poini average. ' Membership requiremenl for Phi Era Sigma is a 3.5 grade poinr aver- age ior a sJruden+'s iirsi long Term a+ Norih Texas. Phi E'I'a Sigma officers for 'l'he year were lleff +0 righ'l'l Norman Wa1'ers, v.p.: Phillip Cockrell, sec.: Bruce Pfieffer, pres.: and Bill McKissick, +reas. Guesf speaker Greg Woznick lcenferl falks wifh Accounf- Tom Chapman, v.p.: and Dr. Thomas Klammer, sponsor, ing Club officers James Burgur, sec.: Earl Murray, pres.: during fhe club's fall banquel' held af Holiday lnn. Accounting Club A year of informal coffees, ban- quefs and guesf speakers kepf fhe Norfh Texas Accounfing Club busy 'rhroughouf fhe fall and spring. An informal coffee was held in fhe fall for club members and 'rhe accounfing faculfy. Discussions cen- fered around C.P.A. examinafions, C.P.A. firm recruifmenf mefhods and fhe accounfing program in 'rhe College of Business. Guesfs from 'rhe Nafional Associafion of Accoun- fanfs affended a spring coffee. Banquefs were held during bofh semesfers. Holiday Inn housed 'rhe fall banquef, and Greg Woznick of 'rhe Success Mofivafion lnsfifufe spoke fo fhe group. Charles Kighf of Texas lnsfrumenfs addressed club members af fhe spring banquef which was held af fhe Tropicana Inn. Picnics, along wifh a four of 'rhe Miller Brewery in Forf Worfh. fermi- nafed bofh semes'rer's acfivifies. , l. D' Q" ,III Qplll-"v YJ' - ' Reviewing Accounfing Club accounfs were Karen Bafe and Farrell Walker, freasurer. 30 306 CIRUNA AcTiviTies Tor The Council on lnTernaTional RelaTions on UniTed NaTions ATTairs ICIRUNAJ cenTered around parTicipaTion in several U.N. models ThroughouT The UniTed STaTes. Members aTTended The Trigvie Lie Model U.N. which was held aT The UniversiTy oT Iowa. The NorTh Texas ChapTer also acTed as secreTar- iaT and co-sponsored a model U.N. ConTerence on The Human EnvironmenT aT SMU in April. The group received inviTaTions Trom model Uniged NaTions held in New York and aT Har- var . ObiecTives of CIRUNA include promoTion oT inTeresT and parTicipaTion in acTiviTies leading To a beTTer undersTanding oT The role of inTerna- Tional organizaTions in world aTTairs. K ' Members of CIRUNA were lTronT rowl KeiTh MiTchell, secreTary Wdlf. lilln0i0S6I 'Charlene GBIYOU- IB-wk fowl Dale BUHGFZ Bill general: DoroThy Tanner, secreTary-Treasurer: Karen YaTesg4 MCKISSICRI B05 QUaClieflbUSl'lI and Dr. Dale JI-ldY. SPOHSOF- CBS A TacuITy coTTee In The TlrsT weeks oT Feb ruary began The Council oT Business STU cIenTs sprung semesTer oT acTlvlTles Busnness Week March I3 I7 was hugh IlghTed by The eIecTlon of business queen The Councll manned a booTh In The Busmess AdmnnnsTraTlon Building clurlng The week To make mTormaT1on on aII sTudenT organlza Tlons In The School of Business available To all mTeresTed sTudenTs LaTer In The semesTer Council members eIecTed The All STar FacuITy Team com prlsed oT ouTsTancI1ng TacuITy members nn A IlghT momenT IS enloyed by C B S members aT a meeTlng The School oT Business S COUNCIL OF BUSINESS CTIIFM PIIITC i C BS members and 'FaIIsemesTer officers lncIudecIIfronTI Debo Ter Back Woody MlTcheII STeve Owens Paul Dangle Jerry rah SmlTh Treas Mary McGee sec Farrell Walker vp Skip Falbo CaThy Owen Norman Caswell Earl Murray and Dan Donaghey pres ICenTerI Marilyn Sell Pam VanderdrlfT Linda Spence Corbln KaThy Webb Duane Pacllk Claudia Crump Nancy Fos 307 08 " ' ' ' "' N' "- ' 'V' HW' 1' -f-mf -nf .-Y-Av--T 1 rA-V. , , - 1. :-. w4,...i.n-u..ar's'r'.f...-Wi. -of , Hin- -7 - T Officers and members were lseaTecll Mrs. Lorraine McCoy: Dr. Ellen WrighT, sponsor: Pauleffe Ciesynski: Maggi Connell, v.p.: Sandra PendleTon, pres.: Hellen Hausler, sec.: Vicki Murray: Margery Gohr, Treas. lSTandingi Shirley Lumpkin: Shelly MarTin Sam Samuels: Glenda Deerdoff: CaThy Roberis: Nancy McEa- 5 I chron: Nina AuTry: Laura Rawlings: Glenda Ply: Rhonda Harris: Linda Haygood: LaVerne MaTula: Paula Evans: Tamara Evans: Deborah Thorell: Susan Roan: Judy Greenall: Mary Kay Robin- son: and Susan George. Home Economics SocieTy ConvenTions in Denver and Lubbock launched a year oT parTie,s,,Teas and service proiecTs Tor The Home Economics Socieiy oT NTSU, Tormerly The Ellen- H. Richards Club. Three members aTTended The American Home Economics AssociaTion ConvenTion in Denver. June 28-July 2. Texas Tech was The siTe of The Texas Home Economic STudies SecTion Workshop in Oc- Tober. Member Vicki Murray was elecTed To The sTaTe nominaTing commiTTee and CaThy RoberTs was named STaTe NuTriTion delegaTe. MonThly meeTings included such speakers as a dieTician Trom Flow Memorial l-lospiTal and The home economisT Tor Lone STar Gas Company in DenTon. ParTies ranged Trom a geT-acquainTed parTy Tor new members To a ChrisTmas parTy aT which mem- bers conTribuTed Tood sTaples Tor a needy Tamily. The annual silver Tea, a 'fund raising proieci' Tor The American Home Economic AssociaTion Schol- arship Fund. was held in February. Final acTiviTies Tor The 85 members cenTerecl around The seaTed Tea honoring graduaTing seniors. Finance Club RealTor Ebby Halliday a prommenT buss nesswoman in Dallas addressed The NorTh Texas Finance Club during a Tall mee-Ting OTher speakers TeaTured aT club meeT ings Included SenneTTe Kirk lll and Homer Bly boTh of The FlrsT STaTe Bank oT DenTon and Alan May TlrsT vice presldenT of STeak and Ale ResTauranTs The educaTlon oT Tinance sTudenTs The club also sponsored Two picnics Tor members and Their guesTs aT The CormThlan YachT Cub The 80 members aTTended meehngs in The spring which cenTered around discus sion oT sTocks bonds and lnTernaTlonal Tl nance STeak and Ale vice presidenf Alan May lcenTerl shows some sTock cerTi'ficaTes To Finance Club officers lleTT To righTl Jerry Falbo, 'FirsT v.p.: Mike Kelley, pres.: Mike Berkley, sec. Trees.: and Mickey Parsons, second v.p. 309 Founded in The irlTeresT oT augmenTing l . l l 310 Morkefing Club Conferences, guesf speakers and field frips relafed 'lo fhe markefing profession filled fhe lvlarlcefing Club's fall and spring calendars. Members were shown several marlcefing procedures on field frips 'ro Leonards in Dallas and fhe Buddies Ware- house and Miller Brewery in Forf Worfh. Guesf speakers af fheir monfhly meefings included William Lafhan of Mo- fovafional Research Company of. Dallas. The Marlcefing Conference held in fhe Business Admin- isfrafion Audiforium each spring was affended by mem- bers in March. Parficipafion in lvlarkefing Careers Guide- lines Day af fhe lnn of fhe Six Flags in Arlingfon concluded 'rhe organizafion's year of professional proiecfs. ABOVE: Members included lfronf rowi Gary Kemp: Jeanne Brazil: Dr. Jack Sfar- ling, sponsor. lBaclc rowl John Roberfsg Nor- man Caswell, pres.:'Tom Gamble: and Rich- ard Fisher. RIGHT: William Lafhan of Mo- fovafional Research Company in Dallas speaks fo club members af one of fheir meefings. if Modern Donce Lecfure demonslrahons by Paul Taylor along wllh Kaleidoscope 72 a lull lengfh concerl choreo graphed by The sludenls hughlsghl ed The year of The Modern Dance Company Dance Carousel opened 'rhe years GCTIVITIGS The concerl Tea lured The childrens classes laugh? by The group and Included choreo graphy by lhe Umversely Dancers Dena Madole world famous dancer refurned To Norlh Texas un lvlarch and Taughl dance classes for a week LEFT Members of fhe Modern Dance Company exercise before dancing BELOW Officers of fhe company were 'fronfl Cafhy Ward wardrobe mls+ress Back Dana KrH'oz hlsforlan Vlclu For+h pres Jerry Sullivan sec and Llsa Love publlcl+y BOTTOM Company members prepare a dance for one of ihelr pro grams 312 UniversiTy Ployers Six producfions were sponsored by The UniversiTy Players This year. Fall produc- Tions included "FronT Page," "A Day in The Deafh of Joe Egg," "BeclceTT" and "The Comedy of Errors." To help publicize "Joe Egg," The group sponsored a conTesT of arT pieces depicfing The "egg" Theme of The play. "Long Day's Journey lnTo The Nigh+" opened The Players' spring schedule in Jan- uary and was followed by The producTion of lv1oliere's "The lvliserf' All drama sTudenTs as well as non-maiors who parTicipaTe in speech and drama pro- ducfions are eligible for membership in Uni- versiTy Players. Scenes from The UniversiTy Player presenfafions of "A Day in The Deafh of Joe Egg" labovel and "BurnT Offering" lrighfl. TOP: Kyle McClaran, vice-presiclenfg Geoffrey Benfin, presidenf. BOT- TOM: Alice Gleason, secrefaryg and Dr. Sfanley K. Hamilfon, sponsor. 5 rt, Baphsf Siudenl Unlon Execuhve Councll fron+ row Davld Cheryl Shce Blll Orr Don Prince preslclenf Bruce Johnson Vlr Duxon Jenmfer Woolsey Davld Crawford vlce presldem' Nan gunna PaH'erson Jerry Vmzehla and Jan Daehnerr BSU dlrec ene Mohon Leslue Keufhly Andre Braznl Dan Pryor Back row for Dr Russel Ware Elfon Bos'I' Cralg Garrefl Lynn Chrlshe Bophsf Sfudenl Union Sanla Fe New Mexico was lhe deshnahon of Jrhe Baphsf S'ruden+ Union IBSU for lhelr annual mud win fer prolecl Called l-llS Prolecl 'rhe 'rrlp offered BSU members an opporfunlly fo do religious survey work and share 'rhexr falfh wllh lndran sludenfs An lnlernahonal parly In February fealrured a Jral enl show presenfed by lnfernahonal sludenls as well as an exchange of Ideas rellglous beliefs and cus roms Olher spring achvuhes Included a freshman re lreal an Easier egg hunl for Srare School and Den 'ron underprivileged chlldren and a sharmg of Jrhe fallh wlfh people on The beach ar Padre Island The week of Evangelism Tralmng held Mar 20 Z4 fealured guesl speaker Charles Ashby dnreclor of 'rhe Sam l-lousfon Slafe College BSU Weekly worship and sludy programs held af BSU were Focus Celebrahon and Lunch Encoun 'fer In addnlron members held a weekly religious educahon program for Denlon S+a+e School children and Buble s'rudy classes In all of The dorms lhroughouf Jrhe week were lnlhaled The Bap1'Is+ Siudenl' Cen'I'er IS open Io sfudenfs of all falfhs ,I . I s I I , I 1 I I., . A , 3 I fy?-or - ' I qfwz'?'I-S' ' I ' Fw ' nf- , .- '5f?5'Ql',e .,-If--sr ' 4 'fi Q' f 'la '4 'N I I ,. A I ' lI xr l I 'R .I . . y I - I' . 'Q ' . ja:-ey II I l wIl'A.',,'L , X I, . ,,- A-ew-N, '. -- . I I - C I I I l 0 . I . 5 . ' 0 . ' , I I I I I I I I ' . I . I . I . - . I 4 . . I . I . - I I I I I I I : : : - l l - - I I I I I o o , ' ' ' 'L l - - M I -ab ' I I ' II ' I ' I I .. I - . . I . . . , I I RA IK ww I I 0 I I I I I Il ' I I I I I - II . . . . I 314 UniTed MinisTry CaTholics and ProTesTanTs held worship services TogeTher Tor The TirsT Time aT UniTed ivlinisTry. Two if such services were held in The Tall and Two more in The spring. Purpose Tor The ioinT services was To give sTu- denTs an opporTuniTy To become aware OT The similariTies of ChrisTian services. DominanT among The many pro- grams oTTered by UniTed lv1inisTry and Free UniversiTy, DenTon DraTT Counseling, The Film SocieTy and The Burning Bush coTTee series. The UniTed MinisTry is supporTed by Roman CaTholic, UniTed lvleTh- odisT, PresbyTerian, ChrisTian. and UniTed Church oT ChrisT Churches. X Mark McDonald assisTs coed in signing up for Free UniversiTy courses in The fall. The UniTed MinisTry living room offers a quieT recluse where sTudenTs can sfucly, geT TogeTher Tor a card game or iusT siT and Talk. PresidenTs Council ProiecTs were Tew Tor The PresidenTs Council, a new group composed oT presidenTs Trom dorm or- ganizaTions on campus. Led by Craig Carlson, The Council's only elecTed Officer, The group's main obiecTive was To help dorm presidenTs wiTh any problems aTTecTing dorm liTe. The non-parTicipaTion oT Clark and Kerr EasT Halls on The Council and aTTempTs To geT Them To ioin was The organizaTions main proiecT Tor The year. Council sponsor and housing associaTe direcTor Joe STewarT assisTed wiTh problems broughT up aT Council meeTings by presenTing Them aT concur- renT meeTings wiTh dorm direcTors, and served as liason beTween The Inrernal ATTairs OTTice and The Council. ABOVE: PresiclenT's Council was lseaTedi Dr. Joe STewarT, spon- sor: Craig Carlson, pres., Don Harris. lSTanclingl Donna ClinTon, Craig ToungaTe, Ann BaTTen, MarTin Johnsen, Wanda Jenkins, Helen Rodgers, Shirley Ohlhausen, Cass O'Malley, and Cindy Taylor. BELOW: Dorm DirecTors were lseaTedl CaThy Sims, Maxine Knox, Ora Voss, Mary ClayTon WrighT, Mary Brown, A-.. Ava Rape, Allie Waller, Julia Wallace. iSTandingi "Granny" Schlosser, Charlie Worley, Joonsoo Kim, Jim PeTerson, C.C. Orr, assT. housing direcTorg Jerry ATherTon, Richard Geer, hous- ing clirecTor: Ronnie Bell, Dr. Joe STewarT, Sam Lindsay, Cindy Biggal, and Johnie Lee Rider. Tr ntrilv 1 r ------ ---'-f1' f- -' - 316 Bruce Holl Leap year inspired several acTivi- Ties Tor The newly Tormed Bruce Hall AssociaTion. A SainT PaTrick's Day Dance along wiTh a Leap Year spe- cial dinner wiTh Clark Hall gave The dorm residenTs a chance To TesT Tra- diTion and ask The looys ouT. Bruce residenTs were helped wiTh The consTrucTion of Their homecom- ing TloaT by The Quads Dorm and Clark Hall men picniclced wiTh The girls in OcTober. ResidenTs celebraTed ChrisTmas by sponsoring a parTy Tor The under- privileged children in DenTon. A door decoraTing conTesT was held and cash prizes were awarded in several diTTerenT caTegories. A TalenT show in April and an all- dorm birThday parTy along wiTh a spring dance highlighTed end of The year acTiviTies. Bruce Hall officers and dorm moThers: lFronTl Allie Waller and Ora Voss. lBackl PaTTi TruTT, Karen Bodd, Wanda Jenkins, and Sue Swafford. 4 VEHKLES Virgie Cooper 'forces Bill Derryberry To buy a balloon from Bruce Hall during Homecoming. Crumley Hall AssociaTion officers and members included: Shir- Cherry: KiTTen Griffin, sec.-Treas.: Pris Parlcerman: Sandy Car- ley Ohlhausen, pres.: Pud Hudson, v.p.: Beverly Johnson: Cheryl Ter: Terry Fiegel: Phyllis Hoolcs: and Dianne LiTTle. A homecoming house decoraTion based on The "New U" Theme feaTured a large crib holding a baby eagle and models of The new buildings on campus. Crumley Hall ln iTs TirsT year oT exisTence. Crumley Hall Dorm AssociaTion worked hard on improving The dorm while simulTaneously providing more acTiviTies Tor Crumley residenTs. A ValenTine's Dance Topped The year's social acTiviTies Tor The dorm. The Quads caTeTeria housed The dance, and offered Tree dancing To all sTudenTs. "The SylvesTers" pro- vided music while The Quads Dorm provided moral supporT and money by co-sponsoring The dance. A picnic supper inTroduced Presi- denT Nolen and members oT The ad- minisTraTion To residenTs aT Crumley in SepTember. Dorm residenTs also picnicked wiTh children aT The Cum- berland Home. More subsTanTial dorm improve- menTs came in The Torm of a newly carpeTed and furnished associaTion room which was designed Tor use by The Dorm Council, The RA meeTings and The Women's STandards Board. A Television room, sTricTly Tor resi- denTs, helped make '72 a consTruc- Tive year aT Crumley. 317 318 Kendcill Holl ATTer housing men Tor only one year, Kendall Hall was reTurned To The women. The residenrs oT Kendall losT no Time in making The campus aware oT Their pres- ences. During The Tall. The Kendall Hall Asso- ciaTion sponsored a candidaTe Tor Home- coming Queen along wiTh WesT Hall, and also en+ered a Truck in The Homecoming Parade. The women oT Kendall also had Time Tor parTies. During ChrisTmas each wing sponsored a parTy. and The associaTion sponsored a dance in The spring. T T if . l T IE T 2. h TT ,XT 'xl X l T T 1 14 1 1 T Kendall Hall AssociaTion officers were lle'fT To righTl Ann BaTTen, pres.: STephanie Rivers, sec.-Treas.: and ViTa Malazzo, v.p. g l l ' ll T .- T T T Tn . T ' T 1 T T ' T T . . I n ll . :TT I " T H T T - T S T' ' l i l .l . l ll l T ' ll! '-r' 'V' Tl T TT T .2 i 'L M TIT 2 ' J T ! T ' T T T TT T TT THQ . g T T.-f-.LT Yaris-fuiiay-ifsrs--Iaise-eg---f---:HT A TT -----'-KH 'T' ' "" I T:,,'T":'-'- .Ti ,T T: MTTTT Kendall Hall AssociaTion members look Through The sTair railings in The dorm. Kerr Hcill-West Associofion Kerr Hall-Wesf Associafion foolc several sfeps foward making The dorm seem more like home. Playrooms were creafed and 'Furnished wifh pool and ping pong fables. To ease fhe monofony of sfudying and fo provide Kerr resi- denfs a chance fo socialize, all-dorm snack-fimes were held during The winfer. The Associafion organized Sunday nighf barbecues in lafe spring. 1 Promofing friendliness and concern for fhe individual, members of 'rhe Associafion celebrafed February I4 by sending Valenfines 'ro Kerr residenfs. ,- Officers of Kerr Hall-Wesf Associafion were: lseaf- lSfandingl Karen Boldra, Alexis Freeman, Sharon edl Kafhy Sims, Befsy King, Susan Weise, Jo Sperry. Hodges, Elaine Levine, and Mrs. Julia Wallace. R... Women of Kerr-Wesf share fhe dorm of- fice desk wifh fheir neighbors of Kerr-Easf. 319 320 lFronTl Shannon Moore: LoniTa Hawkins: Helen Rodgers, Linda Persons. lThird fowl Ani'l'a Henkel: Pam WesTcoTT: Alla- pres.: Rebecca Minor. lSecond rowl Pam STofTels: Roxanne Tia Harris: BeTh RaH'ie: Mary Brown: dorm mgr.: Mary DemenT: Ronla Rosenblum: MarTha Parsons: Melodee Jones: WrighT, assT. mgr. Barb Erickson: Ann Powers: Tomasine AThanas: Pa'H'i Gillis: 1 l Maple STreeT Hcill The cenTer wing oT Maple STreeT Hall was converTed inTo an acTiviTy cenTer Tor iTs resi- denTs in The Tall. Several oT The rooms were re- novaTed inTo game rooms Tor ping-pong and card games. In addiTion. a Television lounge, exercise room, and sewing room were in- sTalled. The Maple STreeT Hall AssociaTion, whose members include all dorm residenTs, worked This year To make Their dorm one oT The besT on campus. The dorm sponsored special din- ners Tor guesTs such as PresidenT Nolen. mov- ies, and mixer dances wiTh The men oT WesT and Clark Halls. f T Placing a iuke box in The cafeTeria labove leTTl and painTing a mural in The recreaTion area labovel were Two proiecfs iniTiaTed by residenTs. - ..,,q- Odessa fGrannyi Schlosser, McConnell Hall dorm dir. ii'iIl'ii'i'Qs A-L McConnell Holi Various dinners and parTies marked The year Tor residenTs aT McConnell Hall. A geT-acquainT- ed parTy wiTh guesTs Carol Swinburn, Richard Geer and Harve King began The year's acTiviTies in SepTember. PresidenT C. C. Nolen and Dr. Jo- seph Dameron aTTended a Triendship dinner held aT The senior women's dorm, also during The opening monTh oT school. Homecoming acTiviTies included an enTry in The parade and a hoT dog-corn on The cob booTh aT The carnival. The dorm hosTed a recepTion Tor parenTs aTTer The TooTball game. Thanksgiving and ChrisTmas acTiviTies in- cluded special dinners and speakers Tor The resi- denTs. Dr. Terrell Dilley was guesT speaker aT Thanksgiving while Duncan Holmes played The piano aT The ChrisTmas dinner. ChrisTmas carol- ing aT The Silver Leaves Nursing Home closed The holiday season Tor McConnell residenTs. Dorm improvemenTs headed The lisT oT obiec- Tives Tor This year's dorm associaTion. Included among planned improvemenTs were an acTiviTy room, a sTereo, and a ping-pong Table. TQ I Members were lTronTl Sandi Williams: KaTheryn Fuhr: Ann Tran- Miller: SisTer Helenioy Pfaffenberger: SisTer RiaT CoTTerly Jo er: Liz BarTon: Ann Russell: Donna ClinTon, pres. fBackl Brenda Burks: Doris Terry: Trisha Hall: and PaT McNally. Ook ST. Hcill The women of Oak ST. Hall began The year wiTh a dorm associaTion sponsored howdy parTy in Se-pTember. Thai' same monTh, dorm residenT Vicki Holland represenTed Oak ST. Hall in The Yucca BeauTy conTesT. OTher social gaTherings included a ChrisTmas parTy and The celebraTion OT birThdays Tor several oi The residenTs. A lake picnic and barbecue in April closed The Oak ST. Hall acTiviTies calendar. O xii A N . A, . ':i:'S.:LR4fk ' ' .- , f- ,. , :g.,f -s',.s7' 54+ - 45, , . .-,-N - se. -rf. 1 --. -. .J -F-If-1' Nc- "maxi-X.: 'TP ABOVE Two Oak STreeT Hall women begin Their Three-block walk To campus BELOW Dorm associaTion officers were lle'fT To righTl Cass O Malley pres La Honda Ellis, v.p.g and HarrieT Berg, food chairman. .MW CZ? Officers for WesT Hall AssociaTion were lleTT To righTl Rolando DeLaPena, Trees.: Gary Ruslca, Sec.: Don Harris, v.p.g and Craig Carlson, pres. ABOVE: ResidenTs, daTes and guesTs Till The dance floor aT one of The Tour campus dances sponsored by The dorm. BELOW: WesT Hall 'fooTball inTramural player Paul Robbins caTches a pass behind opponenT in a game againsT Kerr Hall-EasT. WesT l-Ioll Four all-campus dances, parTici- paTion in inTramural sporTs and all- 4nighT movies in The spring were some oT The acTiviTies The WesT Hall AssociaTion sponsored Tor iTs resi- denTs. The men oT WesT placed Tir-sT in Their division in The Tall GiTT of l.iTe blood drive and were runners up in inTramural TooTball. To TurTher group inTeracTion and a spiriT oT uniTy wiThin The Torm, resi- denTs worked TogeTher on Their enTry in The Homecoming parade and sponsored a group Trip To an ice hockey game in March. , Q T1"',' '.?11 " A A, PJ sl 323 324 T2-A lp, S., I ...--'fi li lFronTl Pam Sproule, operaTions: Joanie STanislau, compTroller: Rhonda RoberTs, inTormaTion: Debbie Darnell, supply: Suzanne WinTer, adminisTraTion: lsecond rowl Becky Rhodes, commander: Joyce EaTon, drill commander: NiTa Lynn: Kandy Kennemer: Hhird rowl CaThy Hodge, Elaine Berry, CelesTe Morgan, Ann Balding, Sandy Schwennsen, Mary MarTin, lTourTh rowl Nancy Corey, Pay Boyd, Linda Williams, BeTTy Svoboda, RuThann SingleTon, ChrisTy Fliescher, Melinda Biles, Malee Sirisambhand, Vicki Thomas, Becky Canby, BeTsy Hammerle, lTiTTh rowl STephanie AbsTon, Mimi Glover, Donna ErnsT, Vickie Gage, Deborah Fulgham, and Fran WhiTTenberg. Angel FlighT X :- ENCD B l-lonor nominaTions Topped The lisT oT achievemenTs Tor Angel FlighT. Nine Angels were nominaTed To NaTional Who's Who and The TlighT was nominaTed Tor The Samuel E. Anderson Award given each year To The Angel FlighT ThaT besT Tur- Thers The TradiTions oT The Air Force and oT Arnold Air SocieTy. FlighT service proiecTs included working and donaTing aT The Hemo- philiac Blood Drive, spending Time wiTh The children oT DenTon STaTe School and Cumberland Home, and sending Angelgrams To a VieT Nam veTeran in a Denver Air Force hospi- Tal. Angel Flighr women were pres- enTed aT The MiliTary Ball oT The Ar- nold Air SocieTy To The Assembly ceremonies in March. Angel Flighi' marched and carried The ROTC guidon in The Homecoming Pa- rade. Mciry Arden Mary Arden Club women changed lheir membership eligibilily in lhe fall. Formerly a lirerary organizalion reslricl- ed ro juniors and seniors, rhe club now makes any sophomore woman wilh a 3.0 GPA eligible lo ioin. An iniriarion ceremony al' 'rhe Tropi- cana lnn and a leclure on women's lib by Dr. Virginia Currey of +he SMU polilical science deparlmenr, highlighred lhe year for Mary Arden members. FRONT ROW: Sandra Phillips: Marilyn Cozby: CharoloH'e Gaulfg Calhy Simpson, v.p.: Pearson: Olna Boaz, sponsor: Rosemary Whilfen, sec.: Clarice Karla Carmichael. Robinson: Sue Hodge: Jodi Weisberg. BACK ROW: Marchia VPQMY, A 1' ' ' . , ' "fx, - .1 1, ek Y I, or Y -3-Lljrzfl-I, , 1 3 'w...7 ' -:fri -' 'QLJ2l1fLH'?b+ me V ' -J ' l .T 1:46 R 5 af ' f has r - :-.15-f vi" i ' M 1. i -filkfkxvl " 'lin in '- 'ip Ii' -' ' i,, , ...1 -su , 1 1 ' 1. . X Y i ,7. flirt' 'Q ef Q, 5 J! ' lf. wh mf- fa, . -' ' q V ' V 7lL'5"f, V. . i i.'fY ' six -'fggL:F:s Q, as ' '. 1 , , , - Lea Andrews, pres.: Gale Flourney: 326 Ex-Mo ri nes The Ex-Marines were acfively in- volved in civic, polifical and social maTTers This year. Underprivileged and Prisoner of War TPOWT children Took prefer- ence in Ex-Marine civic acTiviTies. Several of DenTon's underprivileged children were Taken To Six Flags by The group and a number of POW children To a Dallas Cowboy fooTball game aT Texas STadium, in The Tall. An official Toys for ToTs Day in De- cember was proclaimed by The mayor of DenTon during The organi- zaTion's annual ChrisTmas Toys for Tofs program for underprivileged children. lnframural foofball lndependenf Division champions, The Ex-lvlarines, in coniuncfion wiTh The lnferfrafer- niTy Council, sponsored The Richard Gill benefif foofball game. ln veferan affairs, Ex-Marines helped The Universify VeTerans Ad- minisfrafion clerk during fall regis- Trafion and were insfrumenfal in The universiTy's recognizing and granT- ing of credif earned by veferans in formal service schools. They also ToughT The Tuifion-exempf Texas G.l. Bill by sending several members To Ausfin To meef wiTh legislaTors. The group's social calendar in- cluded The celebraTion of The lvla- rine Corps' I96Th birfhday repleTe wifh cake and "gung-ho flicks." Vickie Baker of Delfa Sigma Thefa is kidnapped by Ex-Marines Bob Schaefers, David Schovaisa and Fred Gonzales and held for a ransom of Chrisfmas 'Toys during Ex-Marine Toys for Tofs cam- paign. ABOVE: lfronfl Fred R. Gonzales, pres.: Richard Denman: Ron Pence, v.p.: Corky Childers: Bob Faw: Tsecond rowl Donald Smifh: Bob Schaefers: Joe Cummings: Joe R. Vela: Frank Franks: Tfhird rowl David Schovaisa: Eugene Smarf: Jim Sfanfield, Treas.: Tom Sfanley: J. P. Jones. BELOW: Ex-Marine beaufy nominee Teresa Parrish. BELOW LEFT: Tfronfl Dave Framber: Delber Hacker: Roger Dunham, John Hancock, Jerry Brisfow, lbackl Ben Johnson, Floyd Killdugh, Tom Ancell, Louis Soefie, Gerald L. Davis, Richard Milfon, Roberf D. Sullivan, and Bill Noble. 'TTTATT .1 J fl llTillifTlllles fn Skydivers presidenT Jim Neumann lleffl lisfens To Channel I I TV phofogra- pher before Take-off from Roanoke airfield, The group's drop zone. r,- i Vx . T . ... 'lil . . '-e' Q lf Q , if Y' J V 'T-3511 Wg wi - T ,' ,l'fQ L This ?L i,, fj'?fi"."5'i"il ik. if .Nil ' fgfti ',Wi 7 y il ?,.'111g?T'i ji-if T . i i NTSU Skydivers The NTSU Skydivers, founded in T969 have placed in half of The meeTs enTered in The lasT Three years. AcTiviTies in The meeTs include 30-second free falls from as much as I2,000 TT. and hooking up wiTh oTher jumpers during Tree fall. NorTh Texas members slcydive more Than any oTher universiTy, company or group Team in The Dallas-ForT Worfh area, according To Skydivers presidenT Jim Neumann. P Membership, begins wiTh only a Three hour iump course and The desire To para- chuTe ouT of an airplane, he said. , Ray Bosharf labovel begins his descenf from 7,200 ff. and zeroes in on The drop zone lleffl. Q l-.f ,A X3-,U lFronTl Jeff Gowin, iumpmasferg Ray Bosharfg Ro- ward, Linda Ausfing Jim Neumann, pres.: Guy Wil- land Donellg lsecond rowl Tom Buflerg Jean Adams: liamsong lbaclcl Francee Prenglerg Bill Garner, v.p. Rodney Kenasg Sandy Ward: Connie Maxwell, sec.: and Jan Jeffrey. Kafhy Laird: Sharon Medling lfhird rowl Bill Wood- 327 328 Soccer Club The Soccer Club posTed a 5-O win-loss record in iTs second season aT NorTh Texas. Dallas BapTisT College, EasTTield College. lv1idwesTern UniversiTy, SouTheasTern STaTe College were deTeaTed by a combined ToTal oT 30 poinTs. OpponenTs managed To score only Two poinTs againsi' NorTh Texas players. Dallas BapTisT losing Twice in The season's Tirsi and lasT games. Club high scorer David Crane, STeve Mailcowslci, and John Cummings were se- lecTed To The Texas Soccer League all-sfar Team. 1. I A -, ,W-H!'!"Pf?,3!"4 ,". .,.f ,gg:g.ggQs5gf- ' 4 if I ' ' Q -L ,A .lghra-wif " ' ffg,gi: fi ri .l-T X A T ' T ,T isa' ffl ' :if in , '-' .Q A 5, . 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Soccer Club Team included lfronT rowi Craig Hays, Phil Howard, Ron Oehme, Bar rie Gillespie, STeve Maikowski, John Cummings. lsecond rowi Tom Murray, PaT McMahan, lsa QaTaTo, Joe McCra- ry, Ali Sharawi. lbaclr rowi Bruce Jordan, Bud O'Malley, Ibrahim Oudeh, Coach Telmo Franco, Allan Whifalcer, Mike Durr, and David Crane. y y nge ABOVE Two opponenTs sTruggle Tor ball possesslon during an mTra mural baskeTball game sponsored by WRA BELOW Women s Recre ahon Assoclahon members lleTT To rughT Terry Dudley Jan Grauso Elame Belclleman v p Mary Reese pres and Elsle Moreno Women s Recreohon Assoclohon The Texas Recreahon Federahon Tor Col lege Women convenTlon marked The year Tor members oT The NorTh Texas Women s Recre aTlon Assoclahon TWRA The convenTlon was held aT Del Mar College In Corpus Chr1sTl OCT 8 9 DelegaTes Trom NorTh Texas In cluded lvlary Reese Cheryl Koolxer Dee Adams and PaTsy Caldwell an asslsTanT pro Tessor nn The physical educaTlon deparTmenT A howdy parTy lmTlaTecl The years acT1v1 Tues In SepTember w1Th The Theme BlasT OTT wnTh WRA AcT:vlTles ranged Trom bobbmg Tor apples To Trampolmmg and badmmTon The group enTered a car In The l-lomecom Ing parade and mTroduced several new ac:Tlv1 chess Table Tennis and TooTball The purpose oT The club IS To gave The women oT NorTh Texas an opporTumTy To ap preclaTe and enloy recreahonal acTlvlTles 329 . . I i . . . . , Z . . 1 - -I 1 -I - T A 1 . . 72' ,YQB T, - f." ' ' F: tl, fri? -7 l I I l - . . . .. . ,, . . . . an , V Y V Ties in Their inTramural program including . V -' Y N.l,fgM Lp' I 1 I ' D ' TT Q 'AT.T T . ,' .X 7,5 ww A-7 ' - - - - - . 330 Women's STandards Board lnsTrumenTal in updaTing rules concerning cur- Tews, visiTaTion policies and oTher universiTy hous- ing edicTs, Women's STandards Board lWSBl has been on campus Three years. Formerly a parT oT The now inacTive AssociaTion oT Women STudenTs, The board serves as a judicial sysTem wiThin The residence halls Tor women. Ac- cording To Paul McNeel, board chairman, more emphasis is now placed on educaTing women To beTTer undersTand housing rules and regulaTions raTher Than on whaT punishmenT should be given To rules violaTors. The primary aim oT WSB is To en- courage observance oT dorm rules and regulaTions by all women. WSB is composed oT chairmen Trom each oT The Women's Hall Councils, a Panhellenic represenTa- Tive. and a Dean oT STudenTs represenTaTive. Women's STandards Board members were lle'FT To righTl Linda Hel- Ton, McConnell Hall: Nancy Harner, Kendall Hall: KaThy Rowe Panhellenicg Chairman Paula McNeel, Maple ST. Hall: JeaneTTe Va- carro, Crumley Hall, Alma Ayers, advisor: PaT Jackson, Oak ST Hall: Jo Nell Anderson, Kerr-WesT and Cindy Guinnup, Bruce Hall i 'F 1-Rf. fa.. l, i sf' ' , Jr, X. T, Tir rr' ii, if l i 1 , hr- I L 1 T " T M . 1.1, YR ExecuTive Board: Arden Franklin, publiciTyg James Schaeffer, Thomas UpTon, exec. dir.: PaTrick Moore, sec.: Roger Durham, membership: Larry Thomas,-campaigns: Michael Wilson, pres.: Treas.g PaTi Graham, v.p.g and Jos. D. McAnally, publicaTions. Young Republicans Known in Young Republican circles as "The purge club oT The sTaTe," The NTSU YR's again lived up To The repuTaTion They had earned in years pasT. During The pasT school year The club has had Three presidenTs and one acTing presidenT. FirsT To be elecTed in The once-a-year elecTions was John Burns, l-lousTon senior and one oT Tour who had reformed The club aTTer iT became inacTive lasT spring. Burns resigned, leaving The chair To club vice-presidenT PaTi Graham, DenTon freshman, in mid-November. Amid charges oT The I7- year-old Graham's inexperience in poliTics. Mike Wil- son, l'lousTon Treshman, was elecTed To Till The posT. Wil- son became ineligible To hold oTTice Tor academic rea- sons in January buT reTused To relinquish The chair. ln February Tour of The club oTTicers and Tive addiTional members meT separaTely from Wilson and elecTed Jim SchaeTTer. NorTolk, Va. Treshman, To The club's Top oT- Tice. AmidsT The scramble Tor The club presidency land oTher posiTionsl, The club was able To presenT several speakers who addressed The club on iTems oT currenT in- TeresT. Among speakers were PresidenT C. C. Nolen, sTaTe represenTaTive and member oT The "DirTy 'l'hirTy" Fred Agnich, Dr. PeTe GunTer oT The Philosophy deparT- menT, DenTon CounTy GOP chairman Dick STewarT, and sTaTe legislaTor and candidaTe Tor sTaTe Treasurer Maurice Angly. A gavel resTs on an empTy presidenT's podium, while YR members wail' for call To order, symbolic of This year's sTrug- gle wiThin The organizaTion 'For The presidenT's chair. 331 Alpho Chi Sigmci The BeTa ETa ChapTer oT Alpha Chi Sigma was among Tour chapTers in The naTion To ini- TiaTe women Tor The TirsT Time in SepTember. AccepTance oT women inTo The professional TraTerniTy was resolved aT The naTional meeT- ing aT UT AusTin in AugusT l97O. The Two women iniTiaTed, Mary Moore and Marian KesTer, are now serving as oTTicers oT The chapTer. Members served Tree reTreshmenTs aT all chemisTry deparTmenT seminars, provided in- dividual TuToring and slide rule classes Tor chemisTry sTudenTs and helped mainTain chem- isTry lab saTeTy programs. The chapTer honored Dr. J. F. Miller, Alpha Chi Sigma naTional secreTary aT a parTy in February. OTher spring acTiviTies were assisT- ance in The TWU chemisTry deparTmenT's plans Tor an American 'Chemical SocieTy MeeTing-in-MiniaTure in April and The chap- Ter's annual lake parTy in May. 332 l Alpha Chi Sigma members included lTronT rowl Dr. James L. Carrico, Dr. Charles G. Skinner, Boyd SmiTh, KaThy Hines, Dr. LeRoy J. TherioT, Yeh-Chun Mo, Dr. Price TruiTT, Michael Moore, Dr. J. L. Marshall, lbaclc rowl STeve WalTers, ArThur Fhrig, Frank Carey, Marian KesTer, Bob Snaplca, Tom Sawyer, and Dr. R. W. Gracy. lfronfl Linda Henderson, Harry Reinwald. lbaclcl Jo Cornelison James Prior, Julie Alrhaus, and Dr. Sranley K Hamil+on Alpho Psi Omegci "Celebra+ion," a conlemporary mu- sical by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt accenled Jrhe year for Alpha Psi Cmega, honorary nalional dramal- ics fralernily. The musical, which ran from Mar. 7-I I al The Sludio Thealer, was direcled by Anfonia Campese, presidenf of The organizalion. The pro- duclion sfafl was comprised mainly of Alpha Psi Omega members. Michael Glenn-Smirh, an NTSU alumnus, slarred in Jrhe original opening on Broadway in l969. Laborafory produclions direcled by members included "You Know l Can"r Hear You When 'rhe Wa+er's Running" and "Home," direcled by Harry Rein- wald: "Don'l Drain lhe Wafer," under The direclion of Roberl Shellon: and "Plaza Sui're," direcled by Anronia Campese. Biclc Ferguson and Linda Henderson performed a duo acling re- cilal in December. The organizalion, founded in I962, has approximalely I2 members. 334 Arnold Air SocieTy ln an eTTorT To beTTer serve The campus and The communiTy, Arnold Air SocieTy members helped during The campus blood drive and sponsored a ChrisTmas parTy Tor boys aT The DenTon STaTe School. ln addi- Tion, The socieTy iniTiaTed an ecology proi- ecT in February To assisT The universiTy engi- neer in a campus-wide planTing campaign and conTribuTed Their aid To The DenTon l"learT Fund Drive. A successTul Tund-raising concession booTh was operaTed aT Texas STadium. by members in The Tall. The socieTy represenTed NorTh Texas in Two parades and spenT Three nighTs aT The Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Arnold Air SocieTy is a proTessional hon- orary service organizaTion Tor advanced Air Force ROTC cadeTs. i l i . T i l l . l 'LT-'13 sf""1p ""'? TOP TO BOTTOM: Arnold Air SocieTy members included lleTTl Michael Land, MiTch Schneider, Lyndon Langford, Michael BarTleTT, RoberT RiTTenhouse, Paul Paris, lcenTeri Mai. Ronald Ivy, Wayne Wilbanks, Fred Meyer, PeyTon Wheeler, Andrew usb' -g-"Tyr Tomlinson, Charles Hill, commander, lrighTl Michael .Richey, Jerry TolberT, Gordon Johnson, KurT Francis, ClinT Bowling, and Gary Anderson. l i ClinTon Roxburgh lrighTl, BeTa Alpha Psi presidenT congraTulaTes new members Bill Bonds, Linda Baker, Zacharias Afhens, and John Anderson aT fall iniTiaTion ceremonies. Befo Alpha Psi Fall and spring iniTiaTion loanqueTs high- lighTecl The year Tor BeTa Alpha Psi. Spring oTTicers elecTed in laTe Tall were James A. Lindsey, presidenT: Dennis Bush, vice-president Lawrence WhiTe, secreTaryg and Kemp McMillan, Treasurer. BeTa Alpha Psi is a naTional proTessional and honorary TraTerniTy in accounTing, having as iTs purpose The developmenr oT high scho- lasTic ancl proTessional goals in iTs members. ClinTon Roxburgh lle'F+l and Dr. Ben Copeland lrighfl aTTend The S500 award presenTaTion To professor Don Jones lsecond from lefTl for The ouTsTanding Be'I'a Alpha Psi 'faculfy vice-presi- denT by Joe HuffsTu'Her of ArThur Andersen Cerfified Public AccounTanTs. 335 336 +- Beta Beta Beta An overnight campout at Lake Texoma with sister chapters trom ETSU and TWU was attended by Beta Beta Beta in the tall. The trip provided members a practical setting tor biological studies. The club also sponsored a semi- nar teaturing speaker Dudley Brown. Fort Worth Zoo curator. Other activities included parti- cipaion in the Hemophiliac Blood Drive and a "BBB Emergency Ward" cookie and punch booth at the campus carnival during Homecoming. Pledges tor the national biolog- ical society held a car wash and were initiated at a Lake Dallas picnicf 53-r-juli lFirst rowl Jo Ann Clemens, Paulette Scott, Judy Miller, Kathy Hines, Jean Winkler, Judy Seifert, Diana Davis, lseconcl rowl Kathy Pfittner, Laura Shultz, Susan Martinsen, Robin Gaupp, Lisa Greene, Mike Long, lthird rowl Gary Levit, Daniel Strader, and Damon Mitchell. ,,. f5,'lgEli ' Lift' L Tri-Beta otticers were ltrontl Robin Gaupp, pres., Kathy Hines, v.p.: lbacki Damon Mitchell, pledge pres.: Judy Seifert, sec.: and Lisa Greene, treas. BeTo Gommo Slgmo l97l marked The TenTh year oT exlsTence Tor The Epsilon ChapTer oT BeTa Gamma Sngma The chapTer has accepTed 237 members since I96l Founded IH l907 BeTa Gamma Sigma as The only naT1onal scholasTlc honorary socleTy In The Tneld oT business admmlsTraTlon recognized by The American Colleg1aTe Schools oT Business lT IS considered equlvalenT To Phu BeTa Kappa ln The College oT ArTs and Sciences Membershlp as consTlTuTlonally lumlTecl To The upper Ten percenT oT The graduaTmg class The Epsilon ChapTer enTorces a much sTr1cTer policy ThaT requlres a 3 5 buslness and overall GPA Tor lunlors and a 32 GPA Tor seniors There are slughTly hrgher requuremenTs Tor graduaTe sTu denTs An mnT1aTlon banqueT an mud April closed The year Tor The chapTer 0TT1cers are chosen solely on The basis oT grades The Two Iunlors umTuaTed each year wnTh The hughesT GPA are appolnTed pres1denT and vice presldenT oT The chapTer Q21 BeTa Gamma Sigma officers were lle'fT To rlghTl Elame Lloyd v p Bull Bonds pres and Nelson Sullivan of The accounhng cleparTmenT 'faculTy sec Treas 'FU' HL . I I . . g,n5T1Q1f5'-" Q '. I M l I . :T ll..-5. ,, ll I, . HH. , T T V, I, M ,, . ll uf -X.. y . -4. V . KV l T . X35 ' K' 1 l . 1 - ' Zh 1 1' l . . I - -I T -I I ." n 338 f , ll . l I f ly I I 'C"P 1 , ' ' i14".yr V ,1 l 1 T I .X I v X - I Ig 0 ' if X . , , X y .,,,,.f 2 1 . 3 '. . . .' - - A ,Vs m..,l,wT,.H:x. ' " VJN s ,, .I fu L. ,W . ff 1 T ill i Q lil . , 'LEFT TO RIGHT: Gail Leherman, v.p.: Dixie Schulze, sec.: Marsha Jefferson: Judy STanford: Beverly Brown, Trees., Mary Reese, hisToriang SuzeTTe Beasley, repor'I'erg Jackie DeaTon, chaplain: Lane+Te Bond, pres.g Carla LiTTle: and ChrisTi Price. DelTo Psi Kcippo A Tund-raising golT sock sale began The Tall se- mesTer Tor DelTa Psi Kappa. AiWorm WaTTle Supper Tollowed in November and The group en- Tered a car in The Homecoming parade. Found- er's Day ceremonies in The Women's Gym con- cluded Tall acTiviTies Tor The organizaTion. Members parTicipaTed in bake sales, read To The blind and senT a represenTaTive To The na- Tional convenTion in l'lousTon in March. An honor TraTerniTy Tor women, DelTa Psi Kappa membership is open Tor Those majoring in healTh, physical educaTion and recreaTion. ..f"f fl z", -f Z '4f,, 'gf f i J! xxfj, 4, HX., I1-ZX- Izzy, jg . -,,.,f-""'l 212-'F' - Jr,-f-H,,., rf, i4,",J,,,, LEFT TO RIGHT: RoberT Chapman, sec.: Jim BeTTes: John An- chell: Glenn Wilcox: David Beavers: Riley Webb: Bob BroTher- derson, v.p.: Doug Moore: Norman Caswell: Ronnie Collins: Ton, senior v.p.: John Sharmon: Phil Norris, Treas.: Paul Londen- Paul Paris: Gary Kemp: Shelby Coleman: Mike WhiTehead: Bill berg: Tom Maxwell: Gerald Lively, hisTorian: Jack Noonan: and Poncik: Chuck Lee: Kim Ward, v.p.: Greg Mansell: Paul Daigle, Bruce LoscalloTT. pres.: Bob lden: Randy Dansby: Chip ATchison: Woodrow MiT- T -'W rvgfsi-r-g DelTa Sigma Pi baseball Team. DelTci Sigmci Pi DonaTions To The Hemophiliac Blood Drive, an EasTer egg hunT Tor The children oT Cumberland Home, and a hosT oT proTessional programs kepT DelTa Sigs involved in Their universiTy and commu- niTy. The highlighT oT The year was The Z Z Top rock concerT sponsored by The group and aTTended by approximaTely 2,000 sTudenTs. According To DelTa Sig presidenT Paul Daigle. sponsoring The concerT proved To be a good exercise in markeTing, man- agement Tinance and even public relaTions - all ThaT a proTessional business TraTerniTy should be able To handle. Members aTTended The Texas AssociaTion oT lvlanuTacTurers' "College Town l-lall" and asked prominenT businessmen quesTions abouT The currenT Trends in The Texas lndusTrial Complex. ParTies, mixers, and The annual Rose Ball were also on The DelTa Sigma Pi calendar. The FairmonT l'loTel was The siTe oT The Rose Ball, aTTended by DelTa Sig chaprers in The NorTh Texas area. DelTa Sigma Pi, an inTernaTional proTessional Tra- TerniTy, provides NorTh Texas business adminisTra- Tion majors wiTh a chance To experience boTh pro- Tessionalism and a social environmenT. 339 Gamma TheTc1 Upsilon Fielcl Trips To The Arbuckle Moun- Tains, The Big ThickeT and a helicop- Ter ride over The Mineral Wells area served To acguainT members of Gamma TheTa Upsilon, naTional ge- ography fraTerniTy, wiTh Their envi- ronmenT. A convenfion aT The Shera- Ton Hofel in Forf WorTh was high- lighfecl by several guesT lecfurers To help sTimulaTe furfher inTeresT in ge- ography. The organizaTion's social acTiviTies included The enTry of Their sweep- sfakes-winning floaf in The Home- coming parade, a ChrisTmas parTy, and a May semi-formal honoring graduafes, The faculTy and Their wives. Officers and commiffee chairmen were lseafedl Julie Kunkel: Janeffe DeLeon, K i , 340 ,-,iv . f -- LEFT TO RIGHT: Gamma Thefa Upsilon members' af inifiafion parfy were lfirsf rowl Yolanda Gufierrez, Sharon Brooks, Dr. C. Phillip Curfi, Brenda Coffman, Julie Kunkel, Ellen Brooker, Wiley W. Cufler, isecond rowl Mary Anne Omachel, Janeffe DeLeon, Trees.: Mary Anne Omachel, sec.: Barf Sfar Jr., pres.: Howard Spencer, v.p.p lsfand- ingl Befsy Kimball, Ernie Dougherfyg and Gary Grenier. ...E i l 1, AL Linda Ellzey, Jennifer Grenier, Celia McQuaid, Glenda Mills, Debbie Sfrok, Befsy Kimball, lfhird rowl Barf Sfar Jr., Roberf Miller, Howard Spencer, Ernie Dougherfy, Gary Grenier, Joe Snoddy, Loren Smifh, Charles Cravens and Tom Criswell. loTa Lambda Sigma Field Trips and lecTures perTaining To The in- dusTrial arTs Tilled The year Tor loTa Lambda Sigma. Le Tourneau College and Le Tourneau ln- dusTrial ManuTacTuring were siTes oT one Tield Trip Taken by members. They also Toured The TaciliTies aT VicTor EquipmenT Company in DenTon. GuesT speakers included Dr. Gerald Bren- holTz, who spoke on phoTography, and Leslie E. Sorrels who covered The arT oT woodcarv- ing. Members also parTicipaTed in a I2 man panel discussion wiTh LA. Teachers. loTa Lambda Sigma is an honorary lndus- Trial ArTs organizaTion. Members included lkneelingl Donald WaTson, James Collins DwighT Redding, lsTandingl ChesTer lngraham, Daniel Gray, Doyle Shanks Doug Swanson, Joe WinsTon, Dr. PaT McLeod, Norman Mason and Dr Charles Becker. 342 Koppo Del'ro Pi Two inilialion banqueis were held In lhe Marquis Hall Cryslal room by ' Jrhe Alpha lola Chapler of Kappa Della Pi. Pledges were iniroduced al socials beliore each banquei. Presidenl Phyllis Mahoney repre- senled Kappa Della Pi al Presidenl Nolen's inauguralion and allended The nalional convocalion in Phoenix, Arizona in The spring. An honor socieiy in educalion, Kappa Della Pi awards a SIOO schol- arship each spring l'o a member. Kappa Del+a Pi officers were llef+ +o righ+l Charlene Galyon, v.p.: Phyllis Mahoney, pres.: Lea Andrews, +reas.: and Jane? Beclcmann, sec. 4.-' In 2959 . 'xivqjg 'h ' lf :+i'l ' f ill, 3, . 5-eglq, . xy, H ggJiy':yf" ' I X . ' l ' fi . ' H lSea+edl Sue Schula, Lana Mays, Carrol Glazier, Debbi Smiih, ford, Mike Fos+er, Mike Workman, Roberl Pringle, Susy Brown, Frieda Hogg, Be'Hy Kohuielc, Sharon Cochran, Lincla Hines, Debbie Marlin, Ann Wilson, Bonnie Wenlc, Marvin Weber, Pam Georgia Hall, Cheryl Baier, lslanclingl Karen McConnell, Becky Propes and Yvonne Mesler. Winn, Alma Cowarl, Kim McCluer, Marilyn Bagge'H', Kay Craw- l i Ci-39 K sllfrlf I Mu Phu Epsnlon fall ofllcers and members were lronf Mary Ellen Glorla Phllllps Barbara Yardley Sandy Phllllps Marilyn Cosby rush chrmn Sherron Gibbs Candy Hunley 'rreas Barbara Gul berl' recording sec Sue Hodge warden Barbara Mollnare lbacl: CharloHe Forresf chorlsler and Joan Van Slylce hlorlan Befs Cook Beck Marlene Sllces Jane Chamers y Beclcy Thurmond chaplain Mlclcey Gower CharloH'e Pearson alumnae sec Mary Mafz Linda Mrlchell pres Lundy Rydman v p Sally Lawyer second rowl Donna Clm+on Be+I'y Schulz Mu Phu Epsilon Mu Pl-11 Epsilon won 'rhe oulslandlng chapler award un 'rhelr provnnce This year and was Jrhe hosl for live olher chaplers al Jrhe drslrlcl con ference The lnlernallonal professional music sororlly lnslalled seven new palrons mcludung Preszdenl C C Nolen A Palron Alumnae recllal was given Feb 29 Founders Day was celebrared wnlh a recural Nov I4 Olher acllvlhes Included music demon slrallons al Denlon publlc schools secrelarlal help 'ro rhe Lab Band deparlmenl during 'rhe March Anniversary Celebrallon and parllclpa Tron In rhe Spring American Composer s Recllal In Dallas Membership IS open lo all women music ma lors and minors Requlremenls are a 2 85 GPA 'rhe semesler before pledging and a 3 O GPA ln all music courses compleled. LEFT' Sue Hodge smgs al Founder's Day Recifal program in November 34 L' X l 'Cv F, 'F Y I l ,A 'L M. . . fl ' 'l A gl 1 ll V A 'V ttf' ' 'I , , ., r Q I Al, l r", "Nl V M ll! l A V' V, j E I Q ' I. I ' . f' 9' H ' . I 7. ' r , N , ' if I V l A - Fmj Fr, ' 5' , V I of Q lug. , I 'Y i :X . MJ- , , v .lik ' A l gf? ,rl r l r 'F L -1 'al ,, ir' - V lr: ' l r ' 5 Q X -ll. l li -ff - ' . L ' ll- fi? ff L , X L Q J l -A ll J ' V 'I I, A ,H Y x L Q ' QI . ,L ri I ll I f ,l ,., 'I a I l A I K I I C I F F Q I : n U ' : ' : u u . ' : : .:L ' : ' . -: t '- -: :" ' . ' -: ' . ll . ' : - - -: : l . : 344 M.E.N.C. Music educaTors' NaTional ConTerence lMENCl members aTTended Two convenTions in The spring and sponsored music lecTures ThroughouT The year. ForT WorTh was The siTe oT The Texas Music EducaTors AssociaTion lTMEAl convenTion aT- Tended by MENC members in February. Mem- bers Then iourneyed To ATlanTa in March Tor The MENC na'Tional convenTion. Speakers sponsored by MENC included Jim Jacobson, College Band DirecTors NaTional As- sociaTion chairman: Weldon Wendland, TMEA orchesTra chaiman: and Dr. William LaTham oT The Music PlacemenT OTTice. MENC presidenT Mike Workman. l972 TM EA college sTudenT chairman, saT on The School oT Music STudenT Council. The organizaTion selecTs ouTsTanding music educaTion sTudenTs and awards Them aT The Music Honors Day Program each spring. Music EducaTors' NaTional Conference officers were lTop To boT- Toml RoberT Pringle, v.p.: Dr. Paul Roe, advisor: Mrs. Nancy STe- phenson, advisor: Mike Workman, pres.: and Charles Chaffin, sec. ABOVE AND RIGHT: Bruce BalenTine demonsTraTes To MENC members elec- Tronic gear used in producing elecTronic media music. s lSea'I'edl Lincla Corbin, pres., Ca+hy Owen, v.p.g Mary McGee, sec.-'l'reas.g lsecond rowl Claudia Crump: Dr. Bill Perkins, sponsor: Janef Muncyg Kim Jenkins: Cafhy Doyle: Do- lores Jefferson, Laura Coolcg Phil Norris: Jim Ward: Hhird row, Jim Mays, Richard Ba- zhamg Ron Simmons: and Bryce Johnson. Phi Belo Lombdci Slaie and naiiona conveniions highlighied The year for members of Phi Bela Lambda, a na- iional organizaiion open To all siudenis prepar- ing for ihe various fields in business. The siaie Phi Bela Lambda conveniion was held in Dallas Mar. IO-I l. Nine members afiend- ed The conveniion and pariicipaied in The Mr. and Miss Fuiure Business Execuiive, Mr. and Miss Fuiure Business Teacher, and vocabulary con- resis. Four members aiiended ihe l97I narional conveniion held in Miami Beach, Fla., June I6- 2O. Plans 'ro Travel 'ro l-lousion for The l972 na- 'rional conveniion were underway for several members in Jrhe organizalion. Speakers ai monihly meeiings included Dr. Barry King, aciing dean of ihe College of Busi- ness. Dr. King spoke To rhe group aboui ihe role and raiing of 'rhe business deparlmenls ai NTSU. The organizaiion conducied a candy sale for a money-making proieci. The money was used lo help pay expenses of ihose members who ai- iended siafe and naiional conveniions. 345 Phi Chi Thefo A disiricf Founder's Day luncheon was hosled by Phi Chi Thela ai ihe Denion Counlrry Club in March. Miss Ann Powell, Denlon aliorney and business inslruclor. was lhe fea- Jrured speaker al Jrhe luncheon. Members did secrelarial worlc for 'rhe Hemophiliac Blood Drive and eniered a car in The Homecoming parade. The organiza+ion's presideni was in Presidenl Nolen's inauguraiion processional and a guesl ai The luncheon Jrhai followed ihe ceremo- nies. Members also held an Easier egg huni for Jrhe children of Cumberland Presbyierian Home. Phi Chi Thela inilialed I8 pledges in Jrhe fall and spring. ,. , 41 fn-.av Phi Chi Theias mingle and chaf before Founder's Day luncheon ceremonies begin a+ 'fhe Den+on Couniry Club. Phi Chi The'ra officers and members were lfrom' rowj Carol der, Is+ v,p:: Mary McGee, pres.: lback rowi Karen Parker: Davis: Mary Cruicherg Judy Cook: Sharon Turner: Linda Cor- Joyce Hales: Ka+hy Webb: Amia Bailor: Jeanne Brazil: Candy bin, sec.: Ca+hy Owen, ireas.: Diane Paclik, 2nd v.p.: Bonnie Sni- Ba++enfield: Elizabefh Gilbert Elaine Lloyd: Deborah Reese. in Ofhcers were seaTecll Dr Lloyd Campbell programs v p Dr HoyT WaTson pres Dr Fred Tanner sec Treas lsTandlngl RoberT Sughroe prolecTs v p Dr CIITT Hardy membership v p and Don Casey sponsor Phu DelTo Koppo MonThly danner meehngs were held ThroughouT The year by Phi DelTa Kappa a nahonal proTess1on al educahon TraTernlTy The meehngs were held aT various places ln Den Ton lnclucllng The Troplcana lnn lv1oTel resTauranT Marquis Hall, The l-lollday Inn resTauranT. Under woods CaTeTerla and Frank Borman ElemenTary School Each dinner meeTlng TeaTured speakers Trom various Tlelds oT educahon Among The speakers were Jack SlngleTon, Clergy ConsulTaTuon oT Prob lem Pregnancy dlrecTor7 Pres:denT Noleng Dr James Benlamm, DenTon Independenr School Drs Tr1cT super1nTendenT, and Mrs BeTTy Mlshen, Texas Teacher oT The Year 347 we W T ev V - V Y f .f,-eH,- - -W-f-fe? If ll qi M W A GM A - 1 I In - fm, FE 'QE' 'J l- A f ' - Q , ' fl , ,,-In V T 1 '- - ' ' s , , L ' -I H. Q ,V A- Y ,- .. - M V I VA I ..,. V ,Q V. 9 s 61" .. , , T l ' l 1 .Y TI , ' if rf,T K , V' Vvvx , .. E ui ' 3 r rf- ' Tx, .- - . i fir V - ' ,A T . , f -t. WM . 5.1! , .Q X1 V A V , 14 V- ' , " HJ.: "Q TTT,-H ' M f .-1, Q . ug, . ' Q ., Y J. K , T wx ' - 1 ,H , Q ITM, Wi ly I l 'I I , I '-F r A XL V l . , . .Q . I 'T ' I "' 'T I . .7 . , . .1 , . I I - I Phi Epsilon Koppci Phi Epsilon Kappa inviled speakers To Jrheir bi-weekly meelings lhroughoul lhe year. Speakers included Norlh Texas coach- es and represenlalives from professional Jreams in The Dallas-For? Worlh area. A men's honorary lralernily lor physical educalion maiors and minors, Phi Epsilon Kappa assisled in making arrangemenls lor inlerscholaslic league Track, lennis and golf evenls. Membership is open lo undergraduale and graduale sludenls who have a 2.5 overall gradepoinl average. Phi Epsilon Kappa members were firsl rowl Jess Cearley Gary blee Larry Billingsley, Hhird rowl Ron DiGiacomo, Michael Lin- Warlhan Gary Benmnglon Larry Kyle David Walls George dley Randy Jones, Ron Blafchley, Joe Sfewarf, Sam James, Webb Joe Mellon Cyril Sulal: second row Cleehs Judklns lfourlh rowl Siewarl' Bell, Wayne Barnes, Sieve Buck, David Ray I Bill Wlnfray Bob Alonso Joe Miller Ralph Alkmson Bill Cham Curl Richard Ness, John Dou+hi+'r, and Buzz Pruilrl. E Y C7 CJ' LEFT TO RIGHT lfronf rowl V1rg1n1a Ph1ll1pp1 Shlrley Candle edlfor Donna Rumold chaplaln lfhlrd rowlArdell Lumplun pres Hellen Hausler vp Sandra Pendlefon Wlfhrow Cafhy Roberfs Mrs Loren Kellar advusor Mrs hlsforlan Shelly Marhn freas lsecond rowlJane+ Muncy AVIS Hall advlsor Lora Zylsfra Janef Hlggs Carolyn l1brar1an Mellnda Bordner sec Gena Wells Jane Wlnfo Sfoclchoff and Sue Roberfs Phu Upsllon Omlcron The Alpha lofa Chapfer of Phn Upsulon Omlcron naflonal professional home economrcs frafernlfy IDI flafed IO members during fhe fall and I8 members af fhelr spring lnlflaflon service and banquef Homecommg acflvlfles Included a mum sale and a coffee for fhe alumnu Fall acfnvufues were concluded In December affer a Chrusfmas parfy and a collecflon of Chrlsfmas glffs for a needy famlly IH Denfon A Founder s Day celebrafuon was held nn February along wnfh a membershlp parfy Oufsfandmg fresh men were honored af a parfy In Aprll and senuor members were recognized during end of fhe year ac flvlfles A seafed 'rea fermlnafed acfrvlfnes for fhe group whose purpose as fo advance home economlcs and fo be of service fo fhe profession 349 1 H" -' , . 5 .Tel-.ref . ,' ' - - - ,3 -15. : 1 - -1 'hal ' 11:- ' -, , 1' 5-'L X.XXXX,X3 , XX,,'f2:ukjr"Elf ' ' ' " 4 ' . - 11 'll J Ey-, lgis- .,.,.v,':" " Tun.:-v'r "f , , V X Xl- ' ll' 11 -- - V' ' wr-'wrn 11" .H 111317 - " ' VX XX X . 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Pro Club officers were ifroni' rowl Jan Henderson, sophomore rep.: Becky Durbin, 'Freshman rep.: Beverly Brown, senior rep.: Carla LiH'le, publiciryg iback rowl Rufhie S+ovall, v.p.g Judy San- ford, pres., Dixie Schulze, 1'reas.: Gail Lehrmann, sec.: and Dr. Irma Caion, sponsor. Pro Club for Women Opening 'rhe fall semesler wiih a howdy pariy, The professional Club for Women also held an annual honors banquei and sponsored a booih ar The Homecoming carnival. The club's aciiviiies also included several guesi leciurers speaking on healih, recreaiion and physical iiiness. Speakers included Dr. Janei lv1cClean of lndiana Universiiy, and Mrs. Mar- grel Schulrz, dean of women ai Denion High School. 51 Jerry Tolberl' Jesus Noriega and June McClendon cl1a+ wrlh pledges al' 'rhe Pl Della Phu sprung lnlhahon par+y Pl Dello Phu A lllm series on Iblh and I7+h cenlury French llreralure was vlewed by members ol Pl Della Phu The series ran bolh fall and sprung semeslers Members parhclpaled nn Jrhe French drama compellllon al The Unlversuly ol Tulsa In The sprung and raised money for The Nahonal Assocuahon of Teachers of French Scholarship Fund by holding a col lee and donul sale In March P1 Della Phu ended each semeslers ac hvlhes wmlh a dinner wnlh French culsme on lhe menu ln Hrs lwelflh year of nallonal honorary recognlhon Pu Della Phu seeks 'ro lurfher sludenl lnleresl rn The French language cusloms and lnshluhons E624 LEFT TO RIGHT Jerry Tolberf vp Angela Evaldo Dr Arfhur MeI+on Pal' Ml+chell Chrlsfa Brown Carole Webb and June Glonef sponsor Jesus Noriega Dr Donald Vldrme Debby McClendon Wood sec Gordon Johnson pres Srephanle Hnghfull Carol I-fn 0 0 A , 3, 1:-N X' P ll . . FL, . .I . 1- , V ", I ' U, 1, ,Z . . . f 1 ' . l 1 . . x ' J ' -I1 UI ,l N l 'I' . , - 11 Q1 f , - , . ' ' V 1 , ' ' ' . -1 1 Q ' my , l ff-.' . JI' - 1 n u u xl -'1 rx 4 I n -er .1 ' l . , . I ' f' 1 ' N "fr ADFTAFY T 7 Fl f W" 7 'ff' Y'i"F . ,, In A ' 1 V ln. 'J : ' F . , L V .- jv- I V. . ss,-el 1 ' IA 1 11. 1 X I R 1 Q V V X - X 11 fl , l l g L . ' ' 1x 1 Y, N V Q 1 - 11 ,1 .l " ' 1.2.-.A i ll ' A ff 1 ' :' I-1 ' 1.. ' " , U ' ' rl , l1 1. . ' I, l dp- lg . I A 1 f u 2 1 - -I : - : : : : r 1 l - I . v 'l I -l I . : 352 Pi Omega Pi The seIecTion oT member Sharon Carnahan as a Yucca BeauTy in IaTe SepTember highIighTed The Tall semesTer Tor Pi Omega Pi. Earlier ThaT same monTh. iniTiaTion cermonies were held by The organizaTion, TeaTuring Decimae Dennis, a business Teacher Trom SouTheasT Asia. During Homecoming The group decoraTed The business educaTion suiTe Tor alumni and enTered a car in The pa- rade. A Tield Trip To SouThwesTern Publishing Company in Dal- Ias, an inTormaTion program on drugs by The DenTon Po- lice, and The eIecTion of spring oTTicers compIeTed The Pi Omega Pi Tall calendar. Spring acTiviTies included selling coffee during regisTra- Tion, a Mar. I iniTiaTion ceremony TeaTuring DenTon insur- ance agenT John Glenn and a service proiecT coIIecTing books Tor The ST. Labre Indian School in MonTana. Pi Omega Pi is a naTionaI honor TraTerniTy Tor undergra- duaTe business educaTion sTudenTs wiTh an overall 3.0 grade poinT average in business and educaTion courses. LEFT TO RIGHT: Virginia Sloan, pres.: Karen Hill, v.p.1 Clau- Branningg Rebecca Orr: Elizabeih Gilbert Nancy FosTer, dia Crurrip, reporTerg Sharon Dagen: Linda Phillips, Deborah sec.: Sharon Carnahan, Trees.: and Sherry Black. lb "W, aXl Fall officers of Ps: Chl were lleff 'lo rlghll Frank Brooks 'rreas Randy Prnce pres Rick Smrlh v p and Fayfeen Holman sec Psi Chl A fall servuce prolecl kepl Ps: Chl members busy col lechng Chrnslmas money lor Terrell S+a+e Hospllral during mosl of November and December Excepl for lhe lnllla hon banquel In April olher evenls on Jrhe Ps: Chu calendar cenlered on speakers Lec+ure Jroplcs ranged from aversion Therapy +o clumcal appllcahon of hypnosis +o +he proper procedure nn 'rhe use of a polygraph machine Speakers Included Dr Ricard W Mallol of Weslern Michigan Unlverslly Ray Royslon of Jrhe Zales Corporahon Dr Dan Logan James Wnlllams Dr Alvm Norlh of Jrhe Texas Cerhflcahon Board of Exam lners for psychologlsls and Dr Joseph Wolpe syslemahc decenfrallzahon aufhoruly Sprung oflncers ol Psl Chl were Frank Brooks presndenl Jimmy Sfevens, vice preslclenl, Rose Allslon. lreasurer, and Pally Brandon, secrelary. 35 -. Y X s ,WJ X ni- l , v l Q I' M lll ' Q . 131 B ' G Z , I f , . A Lfnrl lg 1 I f 1 V WV' I, N l 'vw 1- ' l H W, 1.1 X W . JI ,Ml tml. 4 , , l JN ' l rw Q : X '-I, V A.. L , M W ' n Y 1 ,,-gmt' ,, . yur' 'ff " " ... I. kv .fb X 1 ' . I' .l'I . I l VI. 3- -1' V -. I ,, e Y 'lr ' lj X ' 1 ' - . l I f l, ' Y E Q - ' -n, I r 3 .lf lr 'Alf ' ll I L I , .L A - J l . V - l f b f ' l 1 l A ' ,, all L 1 -I n -I I - -I v - a .Q I I Y ' I I , . , . I 354 S.A.M. Speakers James Lomax oT Anvil ManuTacTuring Company and PaT WyaTT oT UniyersiTy CompuTing Company were on The SocieTy Tor The Advancememf oT Managemenl' TSAMJ spring calendar This year. Lomax revealed The problems encounTered when hir- ing The menTally reTarded and WyaTT covered inTer- viewing Techniques. SAM members also exchanged ideas wiTh members oT The Dallas proTessional chapTer during general rap sessions ThroughouT The year. The organizaTion parTicipaTed in policy game con- TesTs wiTh The ETSU chapTer. ConTesTanTs made busi- ness decisions To remedy hypoTheTical problems. OTher SAM TuncTions were parTicipaTion in Busi- ness Week in March and a ioinT spring parTy wiTh The MarkeTing and Finance Clubs. SAM is a sTudenT chapTer oT a naTional proTession- al associaTion composed oT business leaders Through- ouT The CounTry. SAM officers were lseaTedl Al Clegg, pres.: Barbara Hilger, publiciTy lsTandingl Skip Donaghey, Treas.: and William Moon, v.p. lFronTi Susan Scholl, Jo Ann Gunn, Larry McDonald, Teresa Larson,Jim LaTher, lbacki Fred Rodgers,Julie HunTsberger, Co- McDonald, Melanie Cook, Sue Keveryn, Chris Fick, Karen Gil- leen Achee, Maurie James, MarTha Boyd, Mary Ann Jackson, ieson, lcenTerl Dr. W. S. JacquoT, Deborah Berry, CharloHe Nickie BryanT, Shelley Bilchak, MarTha Orr, KaThy Miller, Janel' Hopkin, Carol Henry, Helen Johnson, Barbara Lilly, Lani Anderson, Brenda Leuellen, Holly Caudle, Sandra Sloan, Gary McNuTT, Cherre Pugh, Diane Abner, PaTsy Chriss, Nicholas Ply, Doug BlanTon, CelesTe Morgan, CynThia Hicks. BounTress, Linda Jones, PaT Bulla, Lee Miller, Dr. George W. Sigmci Alpho Etc: AcTiviTies ranging Trom a "hoT Dawg" picnic To an address by Presi- T denT Nolen -accenTed The year Tor The 1- 55 members oT The Gamma BeTa ChapTer oT Sigma Alpha ETa. The na- Tional proTessional socieTy Tor sTudenTs in speech and hearing rehabiliTaTion held monThly meeTings Tor Those sTu- denTs inTeresTed in The Tield. FaculTy members oT The speech pa- Thology audiology deparTmenT an- swered quesTions by The sTudenTs aT a TaculTy-sTudenT discussion hour in Oc- 4, Tober. PresidenT C. C. Nolen spoke aT a chapTer meeTing in The spring. Members also aTTended a speech and hearing program aT DenTon STaTe School. Francine Addison. head oT The speech and hearing programs aT The school, spoke on all aspecTs oT The speech and hearing programs aT The sTaTe school plus many oTher TaceTs OT sTaTe school liTe. OuTside acTiviTies aTTended by chapTer members included The Texas Speech ancll-lea ring A55OCia1-ion annu- Sigma Alpha ETa officers were l'FronTi Coleen Achee, v.p.: Jim LaTher, pres.: Mrs PaT Bulla, sponsor: lbacki MarTha Boyd, sec., and Larry McDonald, Treas. al convenTion in l'lousTon, The Mid- WinTer ConTerence on Communica- Tion Disorders aT TWU, and UniTed Cerebral Palsy AssociaTion oT Dallas CounTy weekly seminars. l T -. 356 l 6- Sigma DelTo Chi VICTORY! ThaT was The highlighT oT The year Tor Sigma DelTa Chi lSDXl, professional iour- nalism socieTy, as The organizaTion's bas- lceTball Team, The Mod Squad, won iTs TirsT game in inTramural play in Three years. The vicTory was a narrow 37-36 squealcer over lvlurdle's lvlarauders and kepT The Mod Squad ouT oT The league cellar Tor The TirsT Time in recenT hisTory. Kara Lee Selman was sworn in as The NorTh Texas chapTer's TirsT woman presi- denT, and only The second naTionally, in The spring oT l97l. OTher oTTicers were James Fredd, vice-presidenT: Jeanann Jungman, secreTary: and Joe Bob Richie, Treasurer. Ben PosTen, a l97I NorTh Texas alum- nus, gave The chapTer S50 Tor a scholar- ship in iournalism in February. Bob Ray Sanders, a black reporTer wiTh The ForT WorTh Srar-Telegram, spoke To SDX members and TaculTy in The Tall abouT The problems oT being a black re- porTer. l'lighlighTing The spring semesTer was The annual MaTrix Award BanqueT aT The Holiday Inn in DenTon. Also in The spring, a number oT The group aTTended The re- gional convenTion in New Orleans. ---Q ffl., LEFT TO RIGHT: Officers and members of Sigma DelTa Chi were lTirsT rowl KenneTl1 Moleburg, RenaTTa Davis, Brian Bezner, Julian Rodriguez: lsecond rowl Barbara Clark, Randy Riggs, Evelyn Fisher, Bruce Jackson, John Penn: lThird rowl Sally iSmiTh, LesTer Cole, James Williamson, Joyce Dancy, Karen Mallrowslci, Jana Jones, Lenore STeadman, Sharon Moore, Bob Blaclcmong Dr. Reginald WesTmoreland, advisor: iTourTh rowl Jeanann Jungman, sec.: Bob Ba- iaclcsong James Fredd, v.p.: Jos. D. McAnallyg Kara Lee Selman, pres.: and Joe Bob Richie, Treas. J-id'-"' Members enioy Themselves aT SDX ChrisTmas parTy. SAAD An orgamzahon open lo second rerm sophomores In adverlnsmg arl The Sruclenl Assoclahon of Adverhslng Designers meers 'ro shmulale and Inform members of proles sional arhrudes and creahvlly In rhe held of adverllslng arf Through lecfures exhlblhons and field rrups U' f X s A -f X :fl S AA D members were le'F'l' +o rlghl James Taylor Lmcla Shee han Elberl' Buckler Bob Johnson Nell Locrolx Vern Harris Pe+er Buhmann Ken Lane Lyndon Gadher Mrs Be'Hy Marzan Danny Hale and Dr Mack Vaughan sponsor 357 I C I O I I e r r s s """'77Z-le, .. gr ' -gf, 1 r e s r- -gg for lo lr A - ' -f "gm , ,gi-W4Y'L,-1,1'g l , . Q ' 55 ge M 1522-f5'g'f:,-:rg , m.::::,--'-L Q I. if ....- .'A ii- ...- . TE! A g.-. ' Q 1- i ,YQX H i' F-Ira.. 4 7 .1 a e e ' A '- ' - .4 a If 1, W - 171733 - - 1 1 'I f - I X ll ' U -. fy, at . V , t l 1 , ii- - . F' N A. P cy' , 'N - 'V .ff -:V l1 .-'r -, ' . I t r N Y .I V ' A5 -- f" ',.,p f, -.wwf A b . M I 1' A V Ml 'S v3' ik , fl il. " , 1, N XM . ' N , ,K f jp , Y I N f 'V It r xxx X. gyr' , . , , 'l .f 'xk ,j- hx . Aff . , dl 'Q Jpf .qi -F .j, TJ ' ' V, , .-, 15 A V J ' . Q --1 , .1 1-.-.-: w - ,I - - '- , - '43 -ali," 75' ' , " '....f ' l , , ' 1-, , ff 'Wx r r l, H, ' M yr, , a - r M fr , , , ' . A ' 1.'22f"llE M J ' A wil' V, I' ' 'dj ' W... I if V . a ' M'-'s,.-fir-w ff' 3 s ' ' l A l ups 1 .3 I , A if - . ' " 'gm 5 v 1 -- ' ,Q 1' -' l I ' E ' ' . . . . 1 y I - - . ' ' I . 1 ' I 1 u , . I I ' , . 358 S.A.I.D. The Siudeni Associaiion of lnierior Designers is a professional ari club open io all siudenis beginning ai The sopho- more level, who are inieresied and en- rolled in The field of inferior design. Q-ll l, S.A.l.D. officers and members were isea+edl Ray Gough, spon- Collum, Mike Fi'I'ziarrell, Debra PadgeH, Cindy Griffin, Linda sorg Eileen Hesse, sec.: Mike Plachy, 'I'reas.g Nancy Boosse, v.p.: Owen, Kay Norden, Bonnie Hudson, Laurie Harkins, and Caro- Jene Laman, pres., lsfandingl Dianne Lloyd, Sieve Grimes, Phyl- lyn Wallcovialc. lis Ransopher, Rus'l'y Freeman, Beri+a Morse, Belinda Reed, Tom SEA OTTICSTS and members were Kafhy Chaddnck v p RITchIe Schwalm pres Nancy FosTer Treas Jerry Brand Dr Joanna WIlson Jan Snlpes MIckey HamlIn Mrs Bess Townsend spon MarTIn sponsor Dr John PlunkeTT sponsor Dr Charles Clarke sor KaThy George Sharon Hall sec LInda Sorenson Sandy sponsor and Dr Reglnald HInely sponsor SEA The STudenT EducaTIon ASSOCIBTIOH lSEA Imple menTed educaTIonal and TellowshIp programs To beT Ter Involve ITS chapTer on campus and In The commu SGFVICG proIecTs Included BSSISTGDCS durlng Tresh man orIenTaTIon In The summer and worlcIng In The DenTon ATTer School Help program SEA members also worked aT The TuberculosIs X Ray Moblle UnIT on campus and donaTed blood durIng The HemophIlIac Blood DFIVS MakIng spIrIT sIgns Tor baskeTball games parTIcIpaTIon In The Yucca beauTy conTesT and Glam our MBQSZIDG s search Tor The Top IO college gIrls and sendIng ChrIsTmas bags To VIeT Nam Through The local Red Cross were oTher SEA TuncTIons ParTIcIpaTIon by SEA In proTessIonally relaTed con Terences convenTIons and regIonal meeTIngs range Trom The STudenT NaTIonal EducaTIon ASSOCI6lIOn re glonal meeTIng In HoT SprIngs Ark To The NaTIonal EducaTIon CONVENTION aTTended by KaThy SIms sTaTe VICS presIdenT SEA IS proTessIonally Involved wITh The TIon ASSOCIGTIOH FuTure Teachers oT Am6FICB and The NaTIonal EdI.IcaTIon ASSOCIGTIOH MeeTIngs held ThroughouT The year gave members an opporTunITy To achIeve a beTTer perspecTIve oT TheIr TuTure careers TOPICS covered were The excep TIonal chIld In The classroom helplng chIldren over come a culTural handIcap and Iob placemenT Several meeTIngs cenTered on chapTer sponsors and TheIr an swers To a Vaflely OT quesTIons asked by members The chapTer recognIzed Roy WIllIams ouTsTandIng OTTICSF Brenda AIrharT ouTsTandIng member and RITchIe WIlson ouTsTandIng Treshman 9 niTy. Texas STaTe Teachers AssociaTion, Texas STaTe Educa- Members were l'fron+l Marianne Odom, Mary Helen Michlilc, Karen Yales, lbaclcl Judy Cares, Carolyn Hicks, Celia Reingold, .Sally Smirh, Suzanne Young, and Lenora S+ead- man. 360 Thela Sigma Phi officers were llefl' 'lo righll Rennella Davis, pres., Sharon Moore, hisroriang Evelyn Fisher, +reas.: and Jeanann Jungman, sec. Thelo Sigma Phi The Bela Kappa Chapler of Thela Sigma Phi called ils iirsl meeling lo order al a picnic held in The foyer of The iournalism building due lo unex- peeled rain. A gel acquainled parly 'For freshmen was also al' The lop of lhe fall agenda. Members ol Jrhe organizalion co- sponsored a homecoming coffee lor alumni wilh Sigma Della Chi, and sold popcorn al The all-campus carnival. The organizalion honored I2 pled- ges and selecled Jrhe lop sophomore woman reporler al ils spring inilialion banquet Thela Sigma Phi is a women's honor- ary iournalism lralernily. 1 ':': "Q-YQ! . . , , ff' f:"lEs1?3-.- T x 'lf'-is , l 'iX,Y LEFT TO RIGHT: KNTU sfaff included lfronT rowl Pam Ran- Har+man, John England, Jim Herrigan, Nancy Reynolds, som, Ar? Haclce'H', Sam Rosenwasser, Mary Muhl, Shirley Bobby Baker, lfourfh rowl Doug Wren, s+aTion manager Paul Procior, Celia Reingold, lsecond rowl Dale Raley, Dennis Poirier, Doug Adams, and Ron Bagnulo. Weinberg, David Thomas, Ari Mack, lThird rowl Charles Mike Magruder begins his disc iockey duTies on The noon shiTT ai' KNTU. KNTU ln iTs Third year OT broadcasiring, KNTU served as a Training ouTleT Tor sTudenTs who desire To enTer The broadcasTing proTession. KNTU, 88.5 on The PM dial noon unTil midnighT, is sTudenT managed and operaTed under The direcTion OT The radio and TV deparTmenT. STaTion heads were Paul E. PoTTer, TaculTy sTaTion manager: Doug Adams, sTudenT sTaTion manager: Mary Muhl, TraTTic and conTinuiTy direcTor: and ArT I-lackerr, news di- recTor. Norlh Texos Dolly W 5' TT' 1 A T yg, .K Randy, 'Y A ts.-.Q V .lx N 3 - fll ' , r 3 - -. .' N 1 4 Norih Texas Daily summer siaff was llefi' +o righ+l Don Roberson: Mike Hia'H: Shari Shaw: Nancy Cremer: Joe Bob Richie: Kara Lee Selman, edifor: and George Fos+er. 0 l ff -A ,,. S. .ia .L....QQ...?.1. 362 Keiih Shelion, Daily advisor. checks copy handed in by repor+ing lab s+uden+. The Daily fall sfaff was llef+ +o righ+l Gary Morfon: Randy Riggs: Sharon Moore: Kara Lee Selman: Mike Whifehead, ecliior: Dick Fisher: Ellen Moore: George Fosier: Jeanann Jungman: and James Frecld. Swede Swenson called iT dirTy names, Dr. Rol- lin Sininger wouldn'T Talk To iT, John MaTT How- ard said iT never prinTed whaT he said and The TooTball players reTused To look aT The picTures. BuT The NorTh Texas Daily persevered Through iT all This year as iT once again gained The All- American recogniTion iT has won 57 Times. Fall ediTor Milce WhiTehead sTarTled NorTh Texas alumni reTurning Tor Homecoming by carrying a balloT To abolish TooTball in The Homecoming EdiTion oT The paper. Soon aTTer, The TooTball Team cordially inviTed him To par- Take wiTh Them in one oT Their regular scrimmage sessions. WhiTehead reTused. lnsTead, in The spring semesTer, he wenT To The saTe reTuge oT The Public lnTormaTion OTTice, Turning over The reins oT The Daily To Ellen Moore. The Daily iniTiaTed several TormaT changes in The spring, broadening The number oT pages To six aT leasT Twice a weelc. Also, The posiTion oT ln- TerpreTive ReporTer was added To The sTaTT, giv- ing The Daily iTs TirsT Tull-Time reporTer. ,, Fall ancl spring business manager Dick Fisher lcenTerl is Tlanlxecl by assisTanTs Hal Carlson and Nancy Wilson. X Alf' fWf' ,Q-fereff li i T 5 L ,T ll Spring sTaTTers were lfronTl Sharon Moore: Jeanann Jungman, lbackl Ellen Moore, edi- Torg David MalloT: STeve Monk: Gary MorTong CarTer Cromwell: and Randy Riggs. 363 364 Yucco I As siuclenis quesiionecl The rele- vance of yearbooks io conienwpo- rary problems ancl needs, more or- ganhaHonsihan everscrandied To obiain pages in The I972 YUCCA. Thell man!womans+aH,headed by Evelyn Fisher, sirived for ihe new as Jrhey manipulaied picas, layouls and copyio ob+ahunoveHy despHe +helavm oi+radiHon and confornuiy fha? hoveraround any pubHcaHon. A new and oliffereni formal for fuHer coverage oi Piorih Texas ac- Hwims was apphed io The 1972 YUCCA. Em-phasis was placed on change--changeiniheadnunkha- Hon, change in ihe facuHy and changeinlhe dudenisihemsdves The resulis were more color. bei- ier coverage To fry and include all siudeni Hfe, easier reading, rnore dchnes and a rnuch beHer YUCCA. , .x Y ,-,,,..---'F l972 Yucca Siaffz ifron+l Vickie Lord, classes: Jana Jones, Greeks, isecond rowl Joe Bob Richie, involvemenh Evelyn Fisher, ediiorg Ernesfine Farr, advisor: Cindy Simp- son, Yucca Beauiies and index: Hhird rowj John Penn, sporfsg Rufhie Heil, in+roduc- 'rion and closing: Virgie Cooper, honors: Cheryl Coggins, honors: lback rowi Cecil CIif+, universifyg and Julian Rodriguez, organizaiions. aw -J f Eve!yn ix, 'TTWQP cu EJ' Li-LLM' Tl 1 -Q X Ruwmcm X cf-f""""x Jon Crgcmlzcnhon 36 5 v-- gf? v I I I ,,-I-I-..." Ji"-'.'.!,i I I 1 'f':vfvQl:1'.',-!- l:y:I:,:l::1'.'.'. -'.',-,- - . ' . . , ,V-'-!:l'l , ' D-lu... . . 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' H 9' , "iii-A21 . j"?k"-'dl-'f1,, h, .. -ma- Y w 5 Y i 1 .. -g 4 41:5 " 1 ,, Il " 1- . ,- I - '51 . .1.j,.' I 'H ,Q ,I , .fx '- 1 'F' Ti.: 1, l Q.. V ,Sf :N " Y. 5,Q.5f9'I - 1-z-f A N ......s ff2, ' -s. . cf" aw ' f-'ff "ul LQ. 4..- .- 5 :gi -A Q xg-,fe -2 figs-1' L5 W, ,. I' '. ,4 'Lax 'fgw-'Tr'-og NJ' '1,"'LF'4 Q 5-. ".1f , -. ' , L 33" 1, 'ir'-aff-1' H.-lib-sw , , 1.412 2 fm,-' - '- wi' Q.-"CQ N 1 1 '. ..-- . .- w -f -?.'- 1 ' . H .. -"0 1 ii -gl if .vre,fr1'lN. Q 1 'f"'- A 367 368 Abadie, Debbie lSophl Ables, Julie lSrl Ables, Phyllis Url Abner, Diane lSrl Abrahamson, Deborah lSophl Abufaclel. Nabil lSrl Adamcik. Michael lFrl Adams. Royce lSrl Ages. Pai' lSophl Aguilar, Joyce lSophl Airharf. Brenda lSrl Alaman, Grace Url Aldrick. George lSrl Alexander. Ann Url Alexander, Cafhy lSophl Alexander, Karen lSrl Allen. Deborah lSophl Allen. Jerry lSrl Irving Texarkana Texarkana Dallas Texarkana Beirul, Lebanon Burleson Hunisville Big Spring Brazoria Garland For? Worfh FT. Lee. N. J. Snyder Burlcburnelf Dallas Glaslonbury Duncanville Allen. Kennefh lFrl Allen. Melinda Url Allen. Susan lFrl Allison. John lSrl Allhaus. Julie lSophl Ammons, Alsean lFrl Andersen, Andrea lSrl Anderson. Donald lSrl Anderson. Jo Nell lSrl Andrews. Leafrice lSrl Arceneaux. Ricky lFrl Armenfrouf. Viclci lFrl Arnold, Jan lSrl Arnold, Sharen Url Arnold. Silver lSrl Arseno. Emma lSrl Asbury. Scolfie lFrl Aschner. Milfon lSrl Asher. Pam lFrl Arhanas. Diane lSrl Afhanas. Thomasine lFrl Aikinson, BeHy lSrl Ashley, Befh lFrl Afkinson. Linda lFrl Arfaway. Tim Url l. 1 1 . l r 3 i m Vincennes, Ind. For? Worfh Waxahachie Poffsboro Denfon Mesquife El Paso Borger Haskell Grand Prairie Bayrown Hursi' Cooksville, Tenn. Orange Grove Dallas Housfon Dallas Dallas Den+on Marshall Marshall Dallas Phoenix. Ariz. Carrollfon Dallas leer Reggie lSophl Argyle Z' i Sas Aloe Bee Aulf Richard Jr Aushn Linda Jr Aulen Beverly lFr Auiry Nina Jrl Avmger Sue Soph Axberg David Srl Ayoub Samir lS l Baass Nancy Jrl Baggefi Marilyn lSr Bauer Cheryl lSr Bailey Larry Url Bailor Amia Jr Baker Cindy lFrl Balmer Linda lSr Balmer Randy Sophl 3 . ,4v B Fullon Mo Pleasanron Dallas Sunray Mascourah Longview Beirui Lebanon Vucroria For? Worlh Waco Odessa Killeen Frisco Lewisvllle Keller Balenfune Alera U l Ball John Sr Ballard Terrell Sr Banfleld Palrlcia Fr Banksfon Jenna lSrl Barber Beverly Fr Barneff Joe lSr Barnefi' June Srl Barnefl Mary Jane Barr Marilyn lFrl Barrier John Sr Barron BeH'y lSophl ,Q , Barron. Jennie Url ' Barrel Richard Url . ' U Bassham, Linda lSr , A Bassham. Mark lFrl Bafes Gary U l Baies Marcia Sr Barren Ann Jr Ba'H'en Sieve Fr Baffenfield Candace Url Baugh Dave Fr Bazhaw Richard Url Beadle. Parry lSophl Becerra. Joe lFrl i Beck. Diane lFrl Beclcmann. Janef lSrl . A Bednarczulc. Kennerh Url I 'i N, , J Beeson, Carolyn Url ill? il , 4 1' life 2 J A . " ' Q Dallas Arlmglon Forr Worfh Whxfesboro Dallas Irving Valley Mills Albuquerque Denlon Denier: Garland Richardson Denfon Fori' Worlh Sulphur Bluff Odessa Menard Dallas l-lousron Housfon Deer Park Dallas Dallas Wearherford Universiry Cify Richardson Sronewall Lebanon, Ohio Fr. McClellan, Ala. 369 Belcher, Palsy lsophl Belew. Pam lSophl Bell, Wendell lSophl Benavides, Jesus lSophl Benne++, Cris+y lSrl Bensend. Norine lSophl Benfley, Marilyn lirl Benion, Pal Url Beran, Charles lSrl Berlc, Barbara lFrl Berrier, Janie lSrl Berry, Craig Url Befcher, Teresa lFrl Beffes, Bob lFrl Befres. Jim Url Biderman. Debbie lFrl Bielamowicz, Cecilia lFrl Biles, Melinda lSophl Bills, Earl lFrl Bilsborough, June lFrl Bingham. Tim lFrl Birkelbach. Sally lSrl Bisseff, G. Scoff lSrl Bifzlcie, Wayne Url Blair, Wm. lSrl Blanchard, Richard lFrl Blankenship. Pafsy lSrl Blanseff. Michael lFrl Bloomer, Becky lFrl Boldt Harold lSrl Bomar, Donna Url Bommarifo, Calhy Url Bonalcdar. Hashemi Url Bond, Roberr lSrl Bonds. William lSrl Bonney, Janef lFrl Boolh. Marc lSophl Boozer, Debra lSrl Boozer, Teddy lSrl Bordner, Melinda Url Borg, Debbie lFrl Bosl, Elion Url Den+on Forl Worfh Gafesville Devine Arlinglon Richardson Corpus Chrisli Lamesa Galveslon Dallas Denlon Plano Dallas Denion Denion Dallas Dallas Amarillo Dallas Dallas Irving Georgefown DeSofo San Anfonio Hursf Housfon Gladewafer Plano Dallas Grand Prairie Gainsville Jaclcsboro Esfahan, lran Sherman Denfon Garland Dallas Forf Worfh For? Worfh Bridgeport Fori' Worfh Housion -QS- If I' rn.. 'W' . -A - is I J S A 1-1" Q 1, . 5217" .P . Dil..- C will ' 'L9'.A'!iL-xi L.. -1 . 5 Bosficlc. Gene lSrl Boswell, Don Url Bolello, Lynn lFrl Bouchez. Marana lSophl Boulware, John lSrl Bounds. Denise lFrl Bounds, Sfephen lSophl Bouion, Terry lFrl Bowen, Jaclc lSrl Bowens. Gladys lSrl Bower, Barbara lSrl Bowles, Virginia lSrl Bowman, Eva Url Bowman, Roberl lFrl Boyd. Marlha lSrl Boyd. Palsy lSrl Boykin, Bill lSrl Bracken. Karon lSophl Bradford, Vivian lFrl Bradshaw. Pam Url Braly, Rufh lSophl Brand. Jerry lSrl Brannon, Sherry lSophl W' ,49- ?i9 i .. 4 1' V x 1 gl 'F 'N 1 i ' al' . QS i 55. limi ' if S I ii r g N 9. .,. . .li . ral V!! Braun, Brazil, Brazil. Barbara lSrl Andra Url Jeanne U rl Brennan. Mary lSrl Brennes. Richard lSrl Briley. Palsy lSophl Brisby, Ocie lSrl Brisfol. Brynn lSrl Brisror. Nancy lFrl Brooks, Terry lFrl Brooks, Tony lSrl Broshears. Dave lSophl Brosz. Debra lFrl Brofherlon, Bob Url Brous. Sam lFrl Broussard. Tonya lFrl Brown, Beverly lSrl Brown. Calhy lFrl Brown, Jimmy lSrl Brown, LaCheela lSrl Brown, Marfha Url Brown, Suzanne lSrl Brownlee, Nancy lSrl Bruce. Marsha lsophl Brumbelow, Ann U rl Richardson Cleburne Arlinglon Mesquile Bridgeporf Dallas Denison Boyd Bryan Mr. Enlerprise Dallas Era Wichira Falls Topeka, Kan. Teague Forl Worfh Dallas Dallas Housfon Bridgeporl Forl Worlh Cleburne Mineola Forl Worlh Wichila Falls Mineral Wells Larchmonl. N. Y. Dallas Dallas Dallas Wichila Falls Dallas Irving DeSo+o Dallas Garland Wichila Falls For+ Worlh Dallas Philippine Is. Dallas Plainview Garland Breckenridge Claude McKinney Burleson Odessa 372 Bruns. Susan lSophl Bryani, Ann lSrl Bryanf. Cheryl lFrl Bryant Margarel' lSrl Buckler, Elberl' F. lSophl Bullingfon. Marcy lSrl Burkholder, Jack Sracy Url Burnerf. John Richard Ill lSrl Bush, Dennis lSrl Bush, Mary Ann lSrl Bufler. Cafhy lSophl Bufler, Mark lsophl Buffrill. Joyce Url Buffs. Jimmy lSrl Buffs. Raymond M. Url Bynum. Don lFrl Bynum. Norma Url Byron. Dianne lSophl Caffey, Judy lSrl Cain. David Url Caldwell, Clark lSrl Caldwell. Ellen lFrl Calverf, Alan lSrl Calvert James R. lSrl Campbell Befsy lSrl Campbell Debbie lSophl Campbell. Jack lSrl Campbell, James lFrl Campbell Campbell, Siephen lFrl Sfephen Michael Url Cannon. Judy Url Canfrell. Pam lSrl Canlwell, Debbie lFrl Canfwell. Roberf E. Url Caram. Debrah lSophl Carlson, Anifa lSrl Carlson, Trebie lSrl Carpenfer. Karen lSrl Carr, Linda lFrl Carranza. David L. lSrl Carreafhers. Denise M. lSophl Carier. Alan lSrl Carfer. Bonnie Url Carfer, Margaref Url Carfer, Nancy lFrl Carier, Sandy Url Case, Kay lSrl Cason, Julie lSopl1l Housfon Farr Worlh Bayfown Denlon Housfon Denfon Sanger While Oak Pasadena Hapeville, Ga. For? Worfh Garland Denfon Richardson Gainesville Denron Housron Chesierfield Dallas San Anifonio Evanf Den+on Denion Dallas Denfon Dallas Sherman Dallas Plainview Corsicana Corpus Chrisfi Gainvesville Lamesa Lamesa Forf Worfh Dallas Brownwood Forf Worih Grand Prairie Corpus Chrisli Prairie View Mounl' Pleasanr Deer Park Crosby Dallas Arlanfa Hobbs. N. M. Van Alsfyne ' il' 'i ., 'K iffy fi fl 4,1 Undergraduates: Bru 2' ll! ..x 4 I ie l ' ,ii V N V i I - I C: X .i l 43:1 'Gi a' ig, - h l .lf -Q -4 , ' J ' as r N - s A B' . ' f .nl 1 . a f, eg , iiii 1 ' J J W . we , 5 1 sf, KH' fi 1, Q , 1 r I lr ' i i l ' ly , .V wi U l f , 'n W ', . ,l -I ,l - -,, ,' I P f ' rf, 1 .' - fi ,,-..M:"if , lf' " Ji Cason, Peggy Url Caslle. Linda lSrl Cafes, Judy Url Caro, Leesa lFrl Caudle, Gary lSrl Caudle, Holly Url Cauley. Carolyn lSrl Cavazos. Waller Url Cavender. Vicki lSrl Caver, Don Url Caviness, Deborah Url Cecil, George lFrl Chaddick, Kaiherine Url Chambers, Mary Jane lSrl Chandler, Janelle lFrl Chaparas, Sharon lSrl Chapman, Darlene lSrl Chapman, Debra lSophl Chapman. James lFrl Chapman. Roberl' Url Chavez, Nina lFrl Cheeks. Sylvia lSophl Cherry, Cheryl lSophl Chimney, Lacy lFrl Chrisr. Candi lSrl Chrislenson, Max lSophl Chrislenson, Teresa lSophl Chrisrian, Marrha lFrl Chrisrman. Sherwood lSrl Ciesynski, Paulelrle lSophl Clark, Beverly lSrl Clark, Debi lFrl Clark, James lSrl Clark, Obdella lFrl Clarke. Cindy lSophl Clay, Carolyn lSrl Clegg, Alberr lSrl Cleland, Nancy lSophl Clem, Julie lSrl Clemons. JoAnn Url Click, Linda Url Cline, Michael lSrl Clinkenbeard. Theresa lSrl Clough, Valifa lFrl Cobb. Teresa lFrl Cochran, Roberl' lSrl Coffey, Barbara lSophl Coffman. Mike.lSophl Coggins. Cheryl lFrl Cohen, Roberf lSrl Cohn.iAlan lSrl Cole, Glenna lFrl Cole, Lesrer lSrl Coleman, Julia lfrl Dallas Honey Grove Lindale Dallas For? Worih Orange Dallas Housfon Auslin Irving Dallas Houslon Plano McKinney Dallas Grand Prairie Garland Nocona Allen Wichira Falls El Paso Housfon lrving Corsicana For? Worlh lrving Housron Denfon Tulsa, Okla. Arlingron Richardson Mansfield Waco Houslon Lake Jackson Tyler Dallas Dallas Dallas lrving Dallas lrving Waco Carrolllon Tyler Denron Deer Park Munday Forl' Worlh New York Dallas Sanger Forl Worlh Dallas 373 74 Coleman. Lynefle lFrl Coleman, Tona Url Colleffe, S+eve lFrl Collins Collins Benny lSophl Collier. , Cheri Url . James lSrl Collins. Jane Url Collins, Ronnie lSrl Colson. Richard lFrl Colunga. Chris lSophl Conlfas, Roberfilizrl Connell, Margaref Url Connor, Cheryl lSopl1l Cook, Jerry lSrl Cook, Nancy lSrl Cook. Sfella Url Cook, Terry lSrl Cooper. Calhy lSrl Cooper, Cooper, Cooper Cooper Coplen. Karen lFrl Margaref Url Roberl lSrl Virgie lFrl I Linda lSophl Coppedge. Karen Url Corbin. Linda lSrl Corley, Nancy lSrl Coslon. Milne Url Colhran, Shirley lSophl Couser, Kafhy Url Crabb. Diane Url Craig, Randall Url Cramer. Chip lSrl Craven. Richard Url Cravin. Thelma lSophl Crawford. Shelia lFrl Cree, Linda lSophl Crist Kafhleen Url Crockerf. Bob lFrl Crockeff. Mary lFrl Crouch. Debra Jo lSrl Crow, Sandy lSophl Crozier. Ed Url Crump, Claudia lSrl Arlinglon Arlingfon Dallas Dallas Richardson Kermii Bowie Denion l-lousfon Waco Burleson Mexia Housron Van Dallas Edna Van Housfon H a U , ei ' l f ,J ,E A es. Dallas r a .V i f A Forl Worfh ' J Mounl Prospecl Forl Worih Argos, lnd. Muleshoe Denfon Dallas Mesquile Denlon San Anlonio Glenview, lll. Carmel. Ind. Dallas Denfon Palesline I Killeen Waco Dallas Dallas Laredo Arlingfon Grand Prairie Denlon Dallas Mefairie, La. Col-Der Cull. Mary lFrl Housfon Culver. Danny lSrl Van Cumbie. Pal lSrl Corsicana Cummings. Alex lJrl Gainesville Cummings, Randy lSophl Richardson Cunningham Beverly lFrl Brownwood Cunningham Brenda lSophl Dekalb Cunningham. Carol lFrl Dallas Cunningham Doug lSophl LiHle Rock. Ark. Cunningham. Sheila lJrl Abilene Curry, Susanne lSophl Dallas Curfis. Lucy lFrl Dallas Cufler. Jeannie lFrl Garland Dagen. John lJrl Duncanville Dagen, Sharon lJ rl 1' Daly. Sally lSrl Sulphur Bluff Davis 14511-0 VP Q i l Daniels, Belynda lFrl Daniels. Gerald lSrl Dansby. Randy lSrl Dansby. Richard lSophl Darden, Charles lSophl Darnell. Deborah lJrl Davenport Karen lSophl Davidson. Beverly lSrl Davis. Billie lSophl Davis. Bobby lFrl Davis, Diana lJrl Davis. Gary lJrl Davis. Joyce lFrl Davis. Joyce E. lSophl Renneffa lJrl Dawson, David lFrl Dawson. John lFrl Day, Karen lFrl Dean. Sally lJrl DeAnda, Andrew lSophl DeArmond. Linda lSophl De La Garza, Rbberf lSophl Delaney. Deborah lSrl DeLeon. Alber+a lFrl DeLeon. Roberi' lFrl Delp. Sharon'lSrl DeMinf, Janel' lFrl Denman. Ben lSophl Deramus, Joan lFrl , Marshall Forl' Worfh Bowie Bowie Forl Worfh Haskell Beaumonf Teague Arlingfon Irving Brookshire Mesqui+e Garland Lake Dallas Forr Worfh Denion Midland Allen Denlon Laredo Brislol. Va. San Antonio Ada. Okla. For? Worfh Housfon Marshall Richardson Richardson Dallas 375 Deffman, Roberf lsrl Dick. Mardy M. Url Dickerson, Devora lFrl Dickerson, Sharon lFrl Diclcman, Mark fSrl Dickson, Brenda Url Dimas, Anila lFrl Dobson,'David J. Il lFrl Dodd. Karen lFrl Dodson, John Ryan lFrl Dollar, Richard lSrl Donaghey, Dennis lSrl Donaho, Kafhy iFrl Donahue, Pafricia lSr.l Dooley, Tim Ann Url Dorsey, Cynfhia Marie lSrl Do+son, Carolyn J. Url Dougherfy, Duane A. lSophl Douglas. Beverly lSrl Doyle. Aaron lSophl Doyle, Caroline iSrl Draper, Pafricia lSrl Drewry, Shannon iSophl Driggs, William lSophl Dudley. Terry lSophl Dudlo, Edward A. lSrl Dugger, Pa'r'ri iSophl Duncan. Glenn Url Duncan, Thomas fSophl Dunham, Greg iFrl Dallas Killeen Dallas Dallas Brooklyn, N. Y. Dallas N. J. Odebolf, lowa New Orleans. La. Houslon For? Worlh San Anfonio Housfon Dallas Sunray Waco Sealy Grapevine Belfon San Anfonio Cisco Porl Arlhur Brownwood Dallas Ranger Weafherford Dallas Tyler Dayion. Ohio Denlon 1311, Q l V ll Unolerg roduoies 'il' "' LX - Z3 -ff ' .A -ea ,-. . -V "":?,,,, 376 Alix ,...11--. ' '. ' 2 1 'y,.,1:'V4fl I , " TA' lr yi ,f . ' A B G A QQ 93' 4 . V I 1 A ' M. 5-.q-. Qifiezeii I- , afar' 'B mi- in lull ,qw Q fx Lf fi ,-I, I. W 1 Y ,fb gli. ir in + . 4' V I li A -' wil f . 45 l ii ll ' ' f 'll , l ' A . an .2 f i U l ' Yi V W T". Def-Eub Duran. Don lSrl Duran, Sharon lSrl Durbin, Becky Danelle lFrl Durham. Mollyan fSopl1l Duvall, Renee Url Dvorak. Jeanelre lSrl Dyke, Lane lSrl Eary, Emmerf lSrl East Tom Russell lFrl Eafherly. Aleece lSrl Edgar, Diana fFrl Edgerley, Janene Wynne lSrl Edghill. Anne Url Edwards, Dean R. Url Edwards, Mark lFrl Egli. Carolyn lSopl'1l Eiland, Fred lFrl Elenburg. Mihi lFrl Ellendorff. Barbara Url Ellioff, Paul lFrl Ellioff. Susie lSophl Ellis. LaHonda Url Ellison, Clay lSopl1l Ellison. Pamela lFrl Ellzey, Linda Url Endicofr, Donna lSrl Erickson, Barbara lSophl Erickson, Ellen Url Efhridqe, Jan lSopl'1l Eubanlc. PaHy lFrl Forl' Worfh For? Worfh Bedford Richardson Midlofhian Dallas Porfales, N. M. Cliffon Richardson Van Alsryne Dallas Dallas Sherman Dallas Muleshoe Mineral Wells For? Worfh Jacksboro No. Lirfle Rock. Ark. Forf Worlln Burkburneif New Bosfon Pleasanfon Pleasanfon Arlingfon Corpus Chrisfi Dallas For? Worlh Abilene Garland f "-L-1 vs. - - :ui L-.- I--' - ' -'41 "". fl L-IAC ' 'M"'a-Nw-w-but kaaff-5 -Q.. ,. ., 377 Underg roduoiesz Eubanks. Nelse lSrl Evans, Tamara lFrl Fagg. Sue lFrl Falbo. Jerry lSrl Falconer, Susan lFrl Falkner, Peggie Url Farmer. Teresa lFrl Faslwimpar. Gary Url Faughr. Karen lFrl Fawceff. Deborah Url Fearing. Leisa lFrl Fees. Phyllis lSopl-il Ferguson. Jayne iSopl1l Ferguson. Walter lSrl Fick, Chrisfine lSrl Fickle, Carla lSrl Fields. Gloria Url Fields. William lSrl McKinney San Anfonio Briclgeporf Chicago, III. Longview Tyler Grand Prairie Dallas Denron Denison Richardson San Anfonio Forl' Worrh Grand Prairie Richardson Hursl Dallas Corpus Chrisli Eub Gor 1 I Q 1 A A " Finch. Dennis lSrl Finch, Denice lFrl Finger, Gary R. lSrl Finlclea, Roberf W., Ill lSrl Firfh, Sherry lFrl Fisher. Leslie lSophl Fishlcind. 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Donna lSophl Dallas Miller, Elaine lSrl Longview Miller, George lFrl For+ Worlh Miller, Janis lSrl WGCO Miller, Juclifh Url Decdfur Miller Kenneih lFrl AUSHH Miller. Susan lSrl DGIIGS Miller, Susan A. lSrl Bellmead Mills, Glenda lFrl FOH' Worfh Milsfead, Kay lSrl Elk Grove Village, Ill. Mimms. Belly lSrl Waco Minor. Becky Url Grand Prairie Minler. Nedra lFrl Denion Misenheimer, Georgia lSophl Denion Miskimon. Sheryl lSrl Lancasler Undergroduoiesz Men-Nix f , .4F'."l ifm lx as .tl S Qliiiqri i Q l 'V v'2.f,Q,v Y. vw "' ':,-'l 1 , u Y. , in X ,J G 1 3 . ,. ' "1 li, .. ' . 11: if in 1--1-,J - .. les' QF uf f , F. ' - 1 Y, ' 3 J i W: , , ,, , J 'il I ll l eprq l a i il ew ,,., 1: I , i urls A i I -w - .nu ,:vF1.f , '- ,fs N - B -. ,,-lf,-11,3 L-. my . .i U , J Plus: 1- "M fl ' ,1 Mooly. Helen lFrl Richardson Morehouse. Janef lSrl Grand Prairie Morgan, Vicki lSophl Dallas Mork. Chuck lFrl Fremont Calif. Morris. Gail lSrl EI Paso Morris, Norma lSophl Dallas Morrison. Judy lSrl Forf W0flll Morrison, Linda Url M6rSl1dll Morrison. Mary Anne RiChardSOn Morrow. Anila lSophl Dallas Morrow. Berf lFrl Dallas Morrow, James lSrl McAllen Morse. Michael lSrl Abilene Moser. Kafhie Url Greenville Mosley, David Url Decatur Mosley, Gloria Url Troup Moss, James lFrl Auslin Moss, Michael Url Irving Mueller, Debra lSrl Dallas Muller. Sally lFrl Dallas Muncy, Jane? lSrl Fori Worlh Munks, Janice lFrl Houslon Murello. Johnny lFrl Alla Loma Murphy, Deanie Url Houslon Murray, Belinda lFrl Denlon Murray. Dianne lSrl Mesquife Murray. Esfella lSrl Belfcn Murray, Jim lSrl Mineral Wells Murray. Mary Url Georgelown Murray, Pal lSophl Dallas Murray. Vicki Url Odessa Myers, Dean lFrl Bowie Napoli, Pamela lSrl Commack. N. Y. Naylor. Mar'l'ha lSrl For? Worlh Neal. Gloria Url Amarillo Needham, Belly lSrl Lewisville Nelson, Cindi lSophl Dallas Nelson. Joan lFrl Dallas Nero. Loury lSophl Jacksboro Nesom. Verna lFrl Dallas Nichols, Deanovoy Url Housfon Nichols, Pamela lSophl Richardson Nicholson. David lSrl Bellaire Nicholson. Margarel lSophl Dalles Nlcltlas, Jdm8S l5rl Springfown NlClKldS, MBFCY Brownwggd Nix. Charles lSrl Dallas Nixon. David lFrl Oklahoma Cify, Okla. W i Lil l 1 it ' ffz l f sl ,-. . , . .ll ,,.. 7. F , X , X I v r i i a. 4 i i' 4 ' L r H i 'li 1 iii v 'I . i i . hx Nd L v .. i ,l . . . . 'A f I f.,: ',- :ng 4 I ll gl . i ll fl ' l e J l li ' 1 . V V H sf, 'P i V X I l ,Y .gl il l r l i if 'Fil " Q' El lla I 396 Nociorff. Gary lSophl Nolan, Michele lFrl Noll, Sue ISophl Norman. David ISrl Norred, Frances Url Norris, Lonnie lSrl Novak, Susan lFrl Nuckolls, Jerrie Url Nugent Cheryl ISophl Nunley. Ross lSrl Nunnelly. Bruce lFrl Nysfrom. Mark lFrl Oberndorier, Reed lSrl Odke, Lloyd lSrl Odom, Tommy ISophl Oehme, Ron lFrl Oles, Kaki IFrl Oliver, Pafricia Url Olsom, Bradley ISophl Omachel, Mary Url O'NeaI. Charles Url Orr. Karin lFrl Orr, Marrha lSophl Owen. Cafhy ISrl Owen. Dave lFrl Pace, Cheryl ISrl Pakan, Jean ISophl Pampell, Marfha lSophl Paris, Paul lSrl Parisher. Barbara lFrl Parker, Gaylan Url Parker. Paul lSrl Parkinson, Michael lSrl Parrish. Berry lSrl Parrish. Teresa lSrl Parson. Mickey ISrl Parson. Loyclell Url Parsons, Marfha lSophl Pafmore, Carl ISophl Paimore, Margaref lSrl Palferson. E. L. lSrl PaH'on, Roy Url Payne, Cynfhia Url Payne Kafhleen Url Payne, Red! Url Peace, Lewis lSophl Pearson. Ben Url Pecligo, Anneffe lSophl Richardson Kaufman San Anfonio Ocala. Fla. Galvesfon Waco Ausfin Irving Grand Prairie Clarksville Cape Girardeau. Mo. Spring Yardley, Pa. Lewisville Sherman Housron Amarillo Waco Dallas Odessa Killeen Irving Tyler Ferl Worfh Housfon Texarkana Shamrock Hobbs. N. M. Richardson San Anronio Dallas Arlingfon Cleveland. Tenn. Irving Bridgepori' Imperial Bowie Graham Dallas Dallas Spur Richardson Killeen Kansas Cify Denfon Alvord Hursi' Seminole "vu - .1 kt '2' .X 'D ,P I, X, +-all AK XL ,qw 'K Pelzel, Donna lFrl Pence. Ronald Url Pence. Susan Url Pendlefon, Sandra lSrl Pendlefon. Sara lFrl Pendle+on. Sina Url Penn. John Url Percifield, Ross lSopl-nl Perez, Norber+o lSrl Perez. Roberl' lFrl Perkoff, Pafricia lSrl Perryman. Marlha lSrl Persons, Dennis lFrl Pefrek, Dianne lSophl Pfieffer. Bruce lSophl Phelan, Charles lFrl Phillipp, Rudolf lSrl Phillips. Linda lSrl Under- Denfon Bloomingfon, Minn. Dallas Farmersville Farmersville Pasadena Forf Worlh Vincen+own, N. J. Brownsville San Anfonio Cleburne Richardson Richardson Seymour Dallas Clarendon Mesquife Sherman groduciesz Nod-Phi Phillips, Julia lFrl Ausiin Phillips Sandra Url Winona Phillips. Vic lSrl S+. Louis. Mo. Phipps. Linda lFrl Cleburne PiclceH. Pairicia lSrl Beaumonf Pierce. Harry lSrl San Anfonio Pillow. Dan lSrl Dallas Pinglefon. Margie lSrl Forf Worfh Pippin. Marilyn lFrl Van Pi'r'f, Carol lFrl Richardson Pledger. Jan lFrl Dallas Plummer. Pairicia lSrl Pasadena Poinfon. Tish lSophl Bel+on Polifo, Margie iFrl Carrollfon Polsfon, Scoff lSophl Hyailsville, Md. Fomroy, Darlene lsophl Lamesa Pond. Bill lSrl Richardson Poor. Ca+hy lJrl Big Sandy Popp. Mary lSrl Abbo'H' Porter, Jodie lSophl Wes? Columbia Posfon. John lSrl Fori' Worfh Pouncy. Linda lSrl Forf Worlh Pounds. Larry lSrl Deca+ur Powell. Dorofhy lSrl Forf Worfh VL l -dual Powers. Ann lSophl Poynor. Garland ISophl Pra'H. Nancy lSrl Prengler. Francy Url Presfon, Sonia lSophl Price, Anfhony lSrl Price. Carol lSrl Pricer. Judy lFrl Pringle. Roberf lSrl Prisoclz, Bobbie lSrl Procfor. Shirley lSopl1l Propes. Pamela lSrl Prude, Gayle lSophl Psencilc, Rhonda lFrl' Pufnam. Juanifa lSophl Quanslrom. Susan lSrl Raafz. Kafhy lSrl Ragsdale. Rifa Url Ramey. Julie lFrl Ramirez. Roberf lSrl Rankin, Elizabelh lSrl Rann. Davis Url Ransom. Karen lSophl Ransom. Pamela lSophl Raflie. Befh Url Raudebaugh, Lee lFrl Rawlings. Laura lSophl Rawlins. PaHi Url Ray. Jacob Url Ray, Roberf lSrl Read. Bryson lSrl Read, Robin lSopl1l Read, Sally Url Read, Sharon lFrl Ready. Janis ISophl Reasoner. Laura Url Redd. Brenda fSrl Reding, Dwighf lSrl Reed. Rose iSophl Reeder, Mike lSrl Reese, Deborah lSrl Reese, Mary Url Reese. Sheryl fSopl1l Reeves. Cherryl lSophl Reinema, Loren fSrl Reingold, Harriefl fFrl Reifer, Lynn Url Reyna, Miguel lSrl Houslon Jacksboro Ferl Worlh Dallas Burkburnell' Dallas Dallas Forf Worfh Dallas Richardson Hebbronville Garland Irving Taylor Gainesville SeaHIe. Wash. Seaffle. Wash. Corsicana Dallas Dallas Texarkana Decalur Dallas Denison Sherman Dallas Plainview Dallas Texarkana Dallas Odessa Dallas Odessa Dallas Sanger Wealherford Brenham lrving Brownwood Dallas Waco Knox Cily Plainview Dallas Chana. Ill, Dallas Muensfer Dallas 399 Rivera, Ermelinda lSrl Rivers. Lynna lSophl Roach. Anna iSrl Roach. Pam lSophl Roan. Susan lSrl Roberls, Celesfe lFrl Roberls, Lynn Url Roberls. Ronda lSrl Roberfs, Sam lSophl Roberls, Sue lSrl Roberfs, Sue Url Reynolds. James lFrl Dallas Reynolds, Marsha lSrl Midland Rhea, John lSophl McKinney Rhodes, Becky lSrl Odessa Rhoads, Sian Url Lancasier Richard, Carolyn lSrl Housfon Richards, Kyle lFrl Paducah Richards, William Url Arlinglon Richardson, Diane lSrl Richardson Richardson, Helen lSophl Dallas Richardson, Larry iSrl Lewisville Richardson, Sue lSophl Des Moines, Iowa Richey, Michael Url Cleburne Ricks, Efhelyn lSophl Anahuac Ries, Carlos Url San Anlonia Alpine Dallas Gainesville Dallas Dallas Dallas Omahaf Neb. Waco Dallas Slralliord Dalharl Haskell Undergroduoles l i Roberfson, Deanna 'lSrl Roberfson, Reber? iFrl Robinson, Clarice lSrl Robinson, Jerry Url Robinson, Nonelfe lSrl Roca, Ramon lSrl Roche, Patricia Url Rockenbaugh. Debbie lSophl Grapevine Rockwell, Kalherine Url Rodgers. Helen U rl Rodolico. Leara lSrl Rodriquez, Luis lSophl Rogers, Pamela lSophl Rogers. Sharon lSrl Rohne, Cindy lFrl Rollins, Cynlhia lFrl Romans, Jean lSophl Rommel, Jon Url Rose. Pamela lFrl Ross, Jimmy lSrl Ross, Kafy lFrl Ross, Thomas iSrl Rosser, Cindy lSrl Rossifer. John lSophl 400 Dallas Henderson Crosbylon Crosbylon Barcelona, Spain Rock lsland, lll. Longview Euless Cheyenne, Wyo. Uvalde Carrolllon Richardson Cranliills Gap Dallas Dallas Dallas Vernon Dallas Chickasha, Okla. Denfon Houslon Concord, Calif. Carrollfon Sawyer, Dallas Rosfohar. Janis Url Roubadeauz, Linda lFrl Roy, Franlc lSrl Royse. Jane lFrl Rubineff, Jeff lFrl Rudd, Joan lSophl Q i Ruff. Rosemary Url Q, X 1 Ruiz, Bruce lFrl an '. , " Rumold. Donna lSrl 4 I v V rj l Rusfi, James lFrl ,I . , AQ W H " 1 fl -R I iuslg. Srageydllzg hi L - - .N ,- i l 5 V ., us mg. In y op as ss ' I l fl l , X 15,111 S 1 4 Russell, David lSrl Rey-Sch . 3i l Nw xl. ll fi f Russell, David lSrl Russell. Greg Url Russell, Ralph Url .Q "Y, Russell. Thomas lFrl if - ' 'A' Rurherford, Larry lFrl Forf Worlh Richardson Forf Worlh Dallas Dallas Dallas Pasadena Dallas Borger Alla Loma Conroe Irving Garland Hursr Richardson Denver Cify Rufherford, Pam lFrl Rulland. Cindy lFrl Ruiz. Deborah lSrl Sammons. Daniel lSrl Sample. Dorcas Url Sampler, Philece lFrl Same. James Url Samuels, Lawrence Url - , . Sanchez. Frederico lSrl Sandberg, Larry lSrl 1 l Sanders. Pafricia lSrl - V' W, . Sanders. Tom lSrl Sandler, Benny lSrl Sandler. Perle Anne lSopl1l E7 ll ll 'srl ' 'll ' 1 ff"' f'l'l . , I1 F355 LL s f -V , , 3. rf, Sandsberry. Scofi' lSophl ' N A l V V r Sanford. Judy lSrl f A ' ' U ,N L n ' f" ' 2 l A Sandifer, Pam Url ', 7 ' 1. ' M ' , 5 Y Sansom. James lSophl . 1 , M - kv I " Nl ' J ' Sansom. Pafricia Url l ' 1. I ' ,. I l A- Sawyer, Barbara lSrl f ill., '. , A . 5 Sawyer. Cynfhia lFrl y lj ' x "'i as ll -'fig ,emu 1 he . A ,w,- .. . -., Q ff? l . Kalhryn lSrl Saxon, Suellen lSrl Sayers. Andy lFrl Schaefer. Terry Url Schauber, Erlene lSrl Schellinq, Carol lSophl Scherubel. Rozella lSrl Schierlah. Viclci lSrl Schmildf, Gerald lSrl Scholl, Susan lSrl Scholze, Deborah lSrl Schovaisa, David Url ,I Shuchard. Pamela Url n Schulz, Berry lSrl 413- Mesquife Garland Fayefre, Ala. Des Moines, Iowa Ashland. Ky. Scolr A.F.B., Ill. Richardson Cleburne Hobbs. N. M. San Antonio Dallas Odessa Dallas Dallas Monroeville Rockvielle. Md. Carrhage For? Worfh Ausfin Greenville Nocona San Anfonio Beaumonf Dallas Dallas Forl Worfh Dallas Denron Housfon Tyler Housion Housfon Ennis For? Worlh Dallas 401 Schwennsen. Sandy Url Scoggins, Roberl lSophl Scolnic, Sfanley lSrl Scoff. Arlene lFrl Scofl. Jacqueline lSrl Scoll. Janie lSrl ScoH. Paule'H'e lSophl Scoff, Ronn Url Schwalm, Sandra lSrl Seaberry, Sfeve lSrl Sears, Peggy Url See, Richard Url Saunders. Frank Url Selman. Kara Lee lSrl Selferf, Judy lSrl Shanor, JoAnn lSrl Sherman, John lSrl Shaw, Richard lSrl Sheehan. Linda lSopl1l Shepherd, Sieve lSrl Sheppard, Sylvia lSopl'1l Sherrill, Becky lFrl Shillingburg. Michael lSrl Shipp, Mark lSophl Shockey, Kafhryn lFrl Shulfz. Laura lSophl Shumaks, James Url Shurfz, June Url Sicking, Dianne lSophl Siebler, Ronald lFrl Sigle. Jane lSrl Silas. Ronald Url Simmons, Ann lSrl Simmons. Waller lSophl Simpson, Cafhy lSophl Simpson. Mike lSophl Sims, Frances lFrl Singleron. Rufhann lSophl Sissel. Linda lSophl Sivley, Ray lSrl Skinner, Debbie lFrl SIa+er, Sandra lSrl Forl Worlh Rio Hondo Dallas Waco Pilrlsburgh For? Worfh , i.-,, h Terrell , 2 , eg -f 2- V 1' I T " Mesquire J Q - Mineral Wells , A Azle 1 A f ' San Anfonio . H 1 s 1 Q ffl ,J f- . nr if 1 "' I1 f? M fp- .-., V-- 20 a l I Sv S fi ?' F Housfon 11 I -ki . '- LL U53 ggi Paris - F f' ' V Phillips , .,,,, - , Carrollfon - , -' ' " Tyler V ' - ' Fa rmersville .hwy ' . , , X fi F J J l For? Worfh 'C' - i TI Q 3 Dallas - Forf Worfh , Arlinglon . 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Kerry lSophl Forr Worfh Srnifh, Linda Dallas SfTIil'l1, Linda Dallas Smifh Marcus lJrl Dallas Smifh Norman lFrl Edinburg Smiih Randy llzrl Grand Prairie Smifh Royce lFrl Granbury Smilh Sally Url Dallas Smirh Susan lJrl Odessa Smilh, Terry lSrl Sherman Smilh. Tracey lSophl Dallas Smilh, Vicki lSrl Dallas Srnilh Virginia lJrl Melissa Snider. Garry lSrl Frilch Snoddy. Joe lSophl Brac Snyder. William lSrl Dallas Sodlce, Sue lSophl Ausfin Soelfer. Diane lFrl Dallas Solares. Bealrice lSrl Dallas Sosebee. Diane lSophl Forl' Worfh Spear, Michael lSrl Wealherford Spears, Marvin lSrl Corpus Chrisfi Speiser, Sieve ll:rl Richardson , ,f iz' j " -A lizf -3, "ij Ii y' V 3,1 ,, va .-' - f ,ki if , l -.ia 2? R i s ' 'F' s IQ., .A II A . ' .H A W R ii" :Y i. r X lf 5 v l, i V x fl i-f"X: 3 .,., 5 1 il ? F N ll: l l J .X nfl'- jg 9. N . 'f S i 'X i We 1 1 , 41.-1' 'UA - 'si S .. ' 1 A UAV L 1 1 ,1 ' we-. . L' W -. , yy' P-- izylzrx. . L . ,r i i 'I W ,.H . ,A , ' W L ll, A w, , , . 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Cynfhia lSrl Sijeaclham, Phil lSophl Sleadman, Ellen lSophl Sfeadman. Lenora lSophl Sieinhagen. Paula lFrl Sfephens, Dennis lSrl Sfephens. Gloria lSrl Sfephens, Philip lFrl Sferrelf. Johnnie lSrl Sreubing. Ina lSrl S+evens, Marilou Url Srevens. Mike lFrl Sleward. Donna lFrl Siewari. George lFrl Sfewarl. Kay lFrl Sfice, Cheryl lSophl Siilce, Yvonne lSrl Sfoclcoff, Carolyn, Url Sfoclcfon. Ronnie lSrl Sfoefcer, Debbie Url S+.,John. Donald lSrl Sfoffels, Pam lSophl Sfone. Jocelyn Url Sfouf. Cynfhia lsrl Sfraffon, Dusry lSrl Carrollion Wichifa Falls Housion Sanger Hursf Wesrlake Village. Calif. Tyler Tyler Brownsville Denfon McKinney McKinney Burlcburneirl' Downinglon. Pa. Tyler Sherman Shrevepori. La. Celina Dallas Dallas Baylown Boyd Housion Hursf Tampa, Fla. Denfon Dallas Beaumonf While Oak Winona Dallas Dallas Mesquife Tyler Dallas Denlon Dallas San Anlonio Lubbock Mesquife Greenville Wichifa Falls Hollywood, Fla. Dallas Muensfer Dallas La Marque Dallas 405 406 Sfro ble Sullivan, Sullivan. Sullivan, . Cynfhia lSrl Maiel lSrl Sharon lSrl Sfeve lSrl Surber, Hesfer lSophl Suffle, Janene lSophl Suflon, Brenda lFrl Svoboda, Berry lSophl Swadelr, Paul lFrl Swafford, Sue llzrl Swafford. Tony lFrl Swear. Doug lSrl Swift James lSrl Swirczynski, Ann lJrl Sykes, Verna lSophl Tandy, John lSrl Tanner, Debbie lSophl Tanner. Dian lFrl Farmers Branch Richardson Piloi' Poinl' Wichila Falls Corpus Chrisfi Hereford Texarkana Dallas Dallas Wink Ponder Grand Prairie Dallas Soulhlalce Burkburneff Forl' Worlh Livonia, Mich. Livonia, Mich. Tasby, Edward lSrl Taylor, Larry lSrl Taylor, Nanci lFrl Tanner, Dorolhy lSophl Tanfillo, Vic+or lSrl Tappan. Dororhy lFrl Taylor, Roberf lFrl Taylor. Susan lSophl Taylor. Silvi lJrl Teague, June lFrl Teague. Marcella lSrl Telford, Marsha lJrl Temple. Linda lSrl Terrell, David lSophl Terry, Michael lJrl Thiern. Pafricia lS rl Thomas. Thomas, Thomas. Thomas. Thomas Thomas. Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Brenda lFrl Cynfhia Url Debra lFrl Donald lJrl Edward lsrl James lFrl James lSophl Jimmy lSophl Judy lFrl ,4,::nr-ii- .... , ,, ,.,- .Y lf ll li i ,", 3 rl - Houslon Deer Park San Anfonio Dallas Texas Cily For? Worlh Euless Ausfin Richardson Odessa Waxahachie Dekalb Dallas Housfon Denlon GaIves+on Lockney Denfon Irving Dallas Bryan Beaumon+ Ausfin For? Worfh Arlingfon I . J' 1' 3 , wi-, .' ,Lf , T 4 El-W5 fYiifi'Z?,gf5: .t, 1. Grififfm, " fu wh . 4 , nl 4' .' A W f Y x , J l i 3, vm l ii , " l .X V, 1. , Ma' fill ' Y Underg roduofes 1-EW? r"' . l if l ., ii W 'H gi f l w I y f ui' , ag-'N' 5 , ,, .ai i l All A 'tl ,' l if f' il i br 1 ,l - R k X Thomas, Rebecca lFrl Thomas, Richard lFrl Thomplcins, Pam lSophl Thompson. Pal lFrl Thompson, Scolf Url Thorlon, Anfhony lFrl Thornron, Carolyn lFrl Tichavsky, Harry Url Ticlcell. George Url Tilley. Dana lSrl Tindol, Ginger lSophl Tobaben, Margarel' IF Todd, Laura lFrl Tolberl. Jerry lSrl Tomme, Elizaloelh Url rl Collinsville Jefferson Cily, Mo. Bridgeporf Dallas Dallas San Anlonio Porl Arlhur Abboil Waco Dallas Bowie Allen Dallas For? Worfh Auslin Toon. Brenda lilrl Toungafe. Craig lFrl Trammel, Pafricia lFrl Triefsch. Terry Url Tripoli, Marie Url Troiacek. John Url Truesdell. Kafy llzrl TruiH', Barbara lFrl Tullgren, George lSrl Tuohy. Kafhleen lSrl Turk. Paul lSrl Turks, Herb lSophl Turner, Richard lSophl Tuff, Beverly lFrl ' Tyiska, Bonnie Url Tyiska, Beulah Url Ulbrich. Diane fFrl Ulrich, Bebe lFrl Upchurch, Larry lSrl Upchurch. Pamela lSrl Uplon, Thomas lFrl Uplon, Vicfor lFrl Ufay. Eddie lS6phl Uzzell. Roberf lSrl Vagf. Julie lSophl VanSlyke, Joan lSophl Van Winlcle, -Palsy lSrl Vaughn, Sluarl' lSophl Veazey, Gerry lSophl Vera, Javier lSophl Dallas Round Rock Ballon Garland For? Worfh Dallas Housfon Denfon Manchesfer, N. H. Dallas Hillsboro Allenlown, Pa. Dallas Dallas Overlon Overfon Denfon Arlingfon Mesquife Texarkana Garland Universal Cify Dallas Tyler Forl' Worlh El Paso Alvarado Dallas Houslon Laredo 408 Vermersch, John lSrl Vermersch. Kaihy lSrl Villarreal. Beverly lsophl Vise. Gary lFrl Vogel. Gay lSophl Vogel, Kim lSrl Voorhies, Lawrence lSrl Waddell.- Sally lFrl Wade, Regenia lSrl Waggoner, Jan lFrl Wagner. Beverly lFrl Wagner, Polly lSrl Wahle. Walker. Mary lSophl Cafherine ISrl Walker, Deborah lFrl Walker, Joan lFrl Walker, Lonnie lJrl Walker. Sandy lSophl Walsh. Rhonda lSophl Walfher. Marcia lFrl Waller, Marilyn lJrl Waller. Rodney lSrl Walker. Thomas Url Walfon, David lSrl Ward. James lSrl Ward. Sandra lSophl Ward, Wayne lJrl Ware, Linda lSrl Warnslaff, Kay lSrl Warren, Jesse lSrl Warren. Frank lSophl Warrick, Cynfhia lSrl Warzwick, Fred lFrl Washburn, Roberl lFrl Wafson. David lSrl Wafson. Melissa lJrl Wafson Richard lSrl Wafson. Richard lJrl Wafson Todd lSrl Wafson Urna lSrl Wafls, Myron lSrl Waugh, PaH'i lJrl Weafherby. Phyllis lSrl Weaver. Charles lJrl Weaver, Deborah lFrl Weaver, Diane lJrl Weaver, Peggy lSrl Webb. George lSrl San Anfonio Waco Denion Wheeler Dallas Irving Odessa Garland For? Worfh Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Pampa Dallas Dallas Housion Burkburneif Denison Dallas Hursf Forr Worfh Bellaire Corsicana Forf Worih Dallas Grapevine Texarkana Sanger Denion Marshall Forl' Worfh Irving Kilgore Denfon Tampa, Fla. Frisco Henderson Grand Prairie Ballon Dallas Me:Kinney Sanger Canyon Henderson liasca Van Alsfyne Dallas Forl' Wor'rh l-louslon - V X I ' . ta' l X 1 ' ' M 1 l if ' T z , i f W., If ' ' li . .1 ' l '-4" A ia T s f . lf Ti 'J 'lag' -, f . l if ' ' ex. - l sl' H 's-I., E A' L ' Q -' "mx 4 ,L i 1 il Aj if l My ,A . 1, , I ' ' ' 3. v s i 14 i Alfa" NA ll X U-,K J ,' fl, " ,X i 1 4' g,.. N 4 U , ii fi' 1 iff' 7 l E ,1 1' 1 Jw ' Whilesboro l Undergrdduolesz Wee-Wil Weems, G-linda Url Weise, Susan Url Wells. Roberl Url Wells, Ronny lFrl Wensley, Jean Url Wensley, Kalhy lSrl Wenfrcelc, Deborah Url Weslclylce, Polly lSrl Wefmore. Edward lFrl Whilbeclc. Richard lFrl Whife, Beclcy lFrl Wheeler, Donna lFrl While Dale Url While Daryl lSrl While Dennilyn lFrl While While Brenda lFrl Johnny lSrl While. . J udilh lSrl While, Lawrence lSrl X 7. .S i i ' '-4: r. V, While. Linda lSrl Whilley, Linda Url Whilfen, Rosemary lSrl Whiffaker. Ron lSrl ' Wicker, Pafricia Url Wilbanks, Philip lSrl Wilcoff, Linda lSophl Wilbur. Glenn lSrl Wilcox, Karhy lFrl Wiley, Earl lSrl Wiley. Janel lFrl Wilhife. Dena lSophl Williams. Bronwyn lSophl Williams. Courfney lSophl Williams. Jan lFrl Williams, Linda Url ,J ' r J l .U .. ,J A l D J i 4' . . i Z' i is J A' 2 - .. 1 I . ig a i A ", lid ga" , ,Y j H - L Williams, Michael lSrl Williams. Nancy lSopl1l Williams, Norman lSrl Williams, Roger lFrl Williams, Sherry lFrl Williams. Tony lFrl Williamson, Jim lSrl Dickinson Haskell Dallas Grand Prairie Richardson Richardson Denfon Dallas Cenferville. Ohio Form' Worfh Denfon Dallas Roanoke Mesquile Garland Garland Denlon l-louslon San Anlonio Mansfield Kilgore Dallas Richardson Plano Terrell Rusk Forl Worlh Denion San Juan Decarur Dallas Midland Dallas Dallas Slalon Por? Arfhur For? Worfh San Anfonio Rio Grande Dallas Arlinglon 409 410 Williforcl, Jann Url Willingham, Brenda lSrl Wilson. Wilson, Wilson. Wilson. Wilson, Beclcie lFrl Ellis lSophl Evelyn Url Joe Url Marion iSrl Wilson. Philip Url Wilson. Rifchie lSophl Wilson, Tonya lFrl Wilson. Vickie lSrl Winsfon, Deborah lSrl Winsfon, Joe lSrl Wisherf. Angelic lSrl Wifi. Roger lFrl Woldon. Evelyn lFrl Wolf. vackae Url Wood, Chris lSophl Wood, Deborah Url Wood. Karen lFrl Wood, Meredifh lSrl Woodrome, John lSrl Woodruff. Jackie lSrl Woods. Ann Url Woods. Beverly lFrl Woods. Frederick iSrl Woods. Nancy lSrl ' Woodward. Bil lSophl Woofen, Jana lFrl Wooffon, Michelle lFrl Workman. Michael ISrl Works. Tricia lFrl Wright Nancy lSrl Wufhrich, Dennis lFrl Wya+'r, Kafhryn Url Wylie. Roberf lSrl Yancy, Donna lFrl Yarnell, Sharyn lSophl Yeager. Gary lFrl Yeargin. Richard Url Houslon Boyd Bowie Brookshire Springfown Jusiin Dallas Forf Worlh Texas Ciiy Forl' Worih Gainesville Temple Temple Comanche, Okla. Forf Worlh Greenville Dallas Hamilron Richardson Richardson Weslaco Amarillo Dallas Richardson Housfon Houslon Arlingfon Forf Worfh Tioga Conroe Houslon For? Worfh Fairfax. Va. Wichila Falls Whilesboro Sanger Fori Worfh Plano Lewisville Nocona are VOA J L: , l . w v r l , L Hifi 21' l PR' 'V i 1' f 2 l I -1 l N Y l if fi! f P WH, If I- 'ffilf 5.i:9Q,'i:: . ll Q r il' if l ' lf Q fl, l .. I Quin-Y W: N X .. 7 s, . - s -13 ,- - 'nl ' ' ".,:w. E31 '3 M ' f.,..,l31 fm..-H , . -4 v da-. feng, ni Wi R www" ' 'ii-' " .if . I ,. -T-,ng ,- ' Unclergroduoies 'il Jx l fyll Young, Judy lSrl 'R Young, Roberf fSrl , Young. Roberla lSrl 5 Young. Suzanne Url . Youngblood. Olivia lSrl Younse. Danny iSrl ..r,. ,X ri' lull, Younf. Gary Url Zaccarello. Alice Url Zeller. Pai fFrl Zgabay. Pal iSrl Zuniga, Jeannie fFrl Wil-Zun Denton Dallas Dallas Floydada Dallas Dallas For? Worflw Whilesboro For? Worfln Dallas Bayfown 4 ! WJ, M vi. .f 1 " ' la- , I Je rv Aiala, Oyewole Baldwin. Lee Bean. Jennifer Bellamy, Johnnie Olsson Benninglon. Gary Beyer, David Boyd. David Bruner, Sleplwen Bryant Nadine L. Bullard, Brenda Carmichael. Karla D. Carler, H. C. Cochran, Rulli Anna Cook, Donald Crailc, Gary C, Crifz. Marlin Coulson. Jesse Edward Defkrmond, Paul F.. Jr. Evans, Vernon Draper. Ruben P. Faulkner, S. L. Fife, Ka+l1y Fiarlie, Craig Freeman, Kenneih C. Giroir, Roberl Greensfein. Lawrence N. Haas. Roberr Harrison, Harry 6. Harler, James W. Hauger. David , nz, wr if lkire. Nigeria Alla Loma Big Spring Dallas Odessa Sioux Falls. So. Dak. Irving Mineola Garland Whilesboro Cleburne Dallas Texarkana Corydon, Ky. 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McNally, Palricia Meluqin, Sue Mills, Mary F. Miyasaki, Lorna L. More. Palrick Morfon, A'NelIe Murrey. Joe H., Jr. Murray. Lesfer O'Brien. Sharon K. Orgeron, Donald Owen, David Parish, James D. Payne, Jim Powell, Crosleen Price, Margie Primm. John Rankin, James Richards. Juliel Richardson, Judy Rielz. Marilyn Ruiz, Joseph A. Rupe, F. Lynn Salinas, Sylvia Saunders, Gail Savage. Howard A. Scherubel, Gary Schmilz, Paula Shaw. Sherilyn DeVonne Smart Eugene Thompson. Gary E. Tomlinson. Don Vaughl, Bobby Warren, Joseph Frederic Whearley, Sheila Williams, John G. Woolsey, Marylou k Dallas For? Worlh Lawfon, Okla. Forl Worih Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Alvarado Odessa Cleburne Wichila Falls Sherman Era Wallers, Okla. Forl Hood Dallas Ben Lomond. Ark. Paauilo, Hawaii Vernon For? Worfh Jonesboro, Ark. Nashville, Tenn. Dallas Crowley, La. El Campo Bedford Dallas Denfon Cenler Dallas Graham Bainbridge. Ga. 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A A "" ,hw .A. - 1 2 1 1 c .v- ' N: I .- -g . .- 4. 7 Svbgjig' - Q .- ' so ef- ,J ' . ,v ' . imc., ,, f--R. 7'f"'95 -N -u ' 1 1 'f 1 . 4 b ,J 'I . I Ji. 'Wop -l.fL1 X fb L S UN ,N J s .1-VY ag: an r px.. is 'L ' ' X Q I x X A .K 4 5. gf- in skwuiml. .'.,.'vMK-J' 1 ll M'-Ai. KXJQ X., fi, f A1.'v.'R'..h 1 'R 6. ' I . 'F rf IIN ' .gk t,-F 0--an N I 1 NH ,' DABJ.-. ".a - - W ' 1: Ayy' Pr- f iiaqr' :' nn' ' ' 5 bflbyl v rx N I 1 ' . px -Er Is 9,33 416 Dubious Achievemenis John MaTT Howard, a Two-Time winner, is also awarded The SIDEWALK SAFETY cerTificaTe for The ingenious sysTem of mud and weT concreTe beTween The Educa'I'ion and The Social Science buildings during The Tall rains i T ., T ,. The Marines have Landed. The FOUTS FIELD PARKING AWARD goes To The UniTed STaTes Marine Corps for Their help in preserv- ing law and order on The pracTice field. For The second consecuTive year, The BRING OUT THE CANDLES ciTaTion is awarded To Resideni' Engineer John MaTT Howard and The universiTy power sysTem. Once again, iT was "lighTs ouT" in The NTSU library during dead week. The TRASHED OUT TROPHY is awarded ioinTly To The brillianT design arTisT who originaTed The circus liTTer barrels and The unknown vandal who soughT To solve The problem by chopping down The nasTy liTTle cans. The SPEED READING award goes To The campus leaders who "borrowed" all The NorTh Texas Dailys Tor a day lasT spring. We defy Them To Try The same Thing wiTh Yuccas - They weigh more. LOTS oT luclc, Tiger. "7'?1i25?1?:'fl:lff'Zi3'E'r'5i:iiiia1P3'3'i':'Iiflii5I!5!3'?5i ,I"lt:fl:l5':':T': 'r':fl'l,!dl'E"a'v""' Thing'-' i nljlqf A":':'S,5.H.'i.'i2!5!El'5,2g-.ii2lIiI!1F'l:i! eff ijuiifialalzfi M W' "i"i'!1l.!"-' I 'h'l'I.!-'- ' 'A I-I-nfl ' Z1.'i3'3I?:"2'E in'f'!I!Z!gIQf'f"E17 f' 2iZll!1!:fSf'ff Q 5 " - ,,...- Lg-sv' MATT THE PLANNING AHEAD PLAQUE goes fo fhe archifecfs of fhe Social Science Building for fheir fore- sighfedness in hiding fhe wafer pipes. Repairmen spenf more fime digging fhrough 'Ihe concrefe frying fo find fhe pipes fhan if finally fook fo fix fhem. - THE RUN AROUND MEDAL will be awarded fo anyone who wanfs if. ln order fo pick up your medal, please pres- enf your yellow fop card, your sfuclenf i.d., your driver's li- cense and your Big Boy Fan Club Membership Card fo 'lhe lady af fhe regis+rar's office. From fhere, advance fo fhe business office lnofe: make sure your green fop card has been sfamped by fhe housing office, you've obfained a parking permif from fhe campus police and you've visifed fhe friendly people af fhe financial aids office.l Presenf fhese maferials fo your dean lif you can find himl making sure you have a xeroxed copy of your birfh cerfificafe and your high school franscripf. lf your dean ok's fhese . . . YOU WIN. THE EAGLE SPIRIT STICK goes fo Mike Whifehead, Fall Daily Edifor, for his consfanf ecliforial supporf of fhe Norfh Texas foofball program. This Year's APATHY AWARD goes ouf 'lo all sfudenfs af Norfh Texas for fheir concern and faifh in sfudenf governmenf, fheir wild enfhusiasm af foofball games, and 'lheir confinuous supporf of fhe various publicafions on campus. Unforfunafely, no one could musfer fhe en- 'ergy or desire fo pick up fhe award. 417 418 A Year of Change . . . Plans . . Paperwork . . . Growth .. Promises .. ------'Y r H.r'r,5Vm. N .rw " s. "1Zze.71Zr:+o - ,,,,.Zsc.Q,, s 'V . - . Nixon visiTs China . . . draTT cuT . . . dollar Takes a dive on The world moneTary marlceT . . . presidenTial elecTion year . . . I8 year old voTe new counTry oT Bangladesh creaTed The world around us has been subiecTed To vasT economic and social changes, buT These have had only a slighT eTTecT on The small world we call NorTh Texas STaTe UniversiTy. STudenTs' prioriTies seem To have changed. We were once screaming Tor The righT To voTe. and now ThaT we have iT, Tew seem inTeresTed enough To regisTer. STudenTs once loudly pro- TesTed The war, buT only 30 showed aT a recenT anTi-war demonsTraTion. The longesT and mosT loyal inTeresT This year was cenTered around The liTTer cans. Whaf has happened To sTudenT involvemenT? Have sTudenTs been promised Things Tor so long +ha+ They no longer care? ls iT +haT sTudenTs are lisTened To buT noT heard in spiTe oT The Open Door policy? This was The year The Eagle was supposed To sTarT To scream again, yeT mosT sTudenTs only wanTed To geT Their book learning as quickly and cheaply as possible. lvlosT never even ThoughT abouT The possibiliTies oT learning ouTside The classroom, much less conTribuTing To NTSU. Ri. I -. 1 -A ,DJ 1 1 ,243 .. ' I may T T v c i sisi, iii 5, NX ix ry T 3-V, r. . 5: , aw y -- -.Q-.s R, - .-' fl , 419 420 WhaT has happened This year? Ask 20 people and geT 20 answers. IT could be called a year oT growTh. The STudenT Ac- TiviTies Union began almosT Trom noThing and has expanded iTs services and programs in an eTTorT To meeT The growing needs of The sTudenTs. STudenT governmenT Tinally gained approval and began To seT The slow wheels oT acTion in moTion. STudenTs and TaculTy waiT anxiously To see if answers To promises will provide a New U or iusT The same old b.s. Success is noT measured by The posiTion one achieves, buT by The obsTacles one has overcome in Trying To succeed. Perhaps Then. This will be known as The year The chicken hawknchanged To The screaming Eagle. i' 1 's 'M 1: fy fr I'-. ,. .4 w., 91' L1 1' 'I' 1, . ,Ci and ggi r 5 1.133 'iw 1g-Q1 ::1 T 4.31 , 1,-,. 1 ,11 , . wa H232 tug, .1 if . 'ef' 5-1 -11 1L ' ,M A -'5' 5914 ,fa -11 ,J ,j.1 1 . f'1fj1 1-W ,f', I, W1 1 11 '1 1 1 1 1. W 111 l J Abadie. Debbie .. Ables. Julie ..... Ables. Phyllis ......... Abner. Diane ,.......,. . Abrahamson. Deborah .... Abston. Stephanie ...... Abritadel, Nabil ...... Academics ........ Accounting Club ....... Accounting. Dept. of, . .. Aches. Coleen ....... Adamcilr. Michael .... Adams. Dee ....... Adams. Doug .... Adams, Harold. .. Adams, Jean .,.. Adams. Milne .... Adams. Royce G. .. Adkins. Roscoe G .,... Adlrisson. Dr, Jack ,...... . Administration .......,.,,.. Aerospace Studies. Division ol Agee. Pat ..,........... . Aguilar, Joyce Gloria . Airhart. Brenda .... Aiala. Oyewole. .. Alaman. Grace .. Aldrich. George , . ., Alexander, Anne ..,.. Alexander. Cathy ..... Alexander. Jill ..,.. Alexander, Karen . ,. ... ,. Altord, David .,............ Alford. Patricia Sutton Shaw . Allbritton. Jana .....,...... Allen. Deborah ..... .,... Allen, Janice .... Allen. Jerry E. .. . . Allen, Kenneth . . . Allen. Melinda .. Allen. Ronnie . .. Allen. Sammy ..... Allen. Susan ,... Allison. John .... Alonse. Bob ,... Alpha Chi ........ Alpha Delta Pi . ,...., Alpha Kappa Alpha .... Alpha Lambda Delta ..., Alpha Phi ...,.....,. Alpha Phi Alpha . .. Alpha Phi Omega .. Alpha Psi Omega , .. Alpha Xi Delta .... Alsup. Bev ...... Althaus. Julie . . . Alton. Dr. Louise Alvey. Danny Ammons. Aliean , . Amos, Dan .,... Amyx. Jimmy . . .. Anceel. Tom . ....,. Anderson. Corley .,... Anderson. Donals . , . Anderson, Gary .... Anderson. Janet ,... Anderson. John ...... Anderson, Jo Nell .,.... Anderson. Dr. Miles B. . ,. Anderson. Dr. Ruth . ,. Andreson .......... Andrews. Leatrice , Angel Flight .... Angell. Nosula ... Appleton. Keith ,... Appling. Cheryl .... Arceneaux, Bicky . .. Archer. Debbie. . . Arechiga. Jaime.. Armentroutj Vicki. . . Arnold Air ...,.... Arnold. J dTt.......... Arnold. Sharen Kay .... Arnold. Silver R. ...... . Arroyo, Fred , ...... . Arsseno, Arsons, Jean. . . . . . Emma L. Arts. Department ot ...... . . Arts and Sciences. College of Asbury. Scottie ..........,. . . Aschner. Milton .... ...,. .,.. Asher, Pam .... Ashley. Beth . . . Atchison. Chip . . . Athanas. Deane .. Athanas. Thomasine. Athens, Zacharcias Atherton. Jerry .... Atkinson. Betty ..,,, Atkinson. Linda .,.., Atkinson. Ralph .... Attaway. Tim , . .. Ault. Dedee ...., Ault, Richard ..., Austin. Linda 422 7555.4 .....69.l.MI. 368 368 368 368 368 324 368 .38 305 .58 355 368 29I 36I 283 327 I94 368 .78 .78 .28 .,...76. 77 244. ""'iiic3. . . . . ,234-. 232. .,,..295 fffffiii .....330 ,. , .238. 303 .325. 342 f ffffiii Iffgllf .....s.. ...,.259 292. 238. 254. 236. 333. 368 368 368 4I2 368 368 368 368 296 368 265 I42 248 368 232 363 368 368 290 272 368 368 348 300 235 233 30l 239 255 290 332 237 240 360 .78 297 368 203 265 326 259 368 334 355 399 368 .35 .78 368 368 324 .78 272 252 368 243 280 368 334 368 368 368 292 368 243 .,..,40.4I ...38. 39 266, 320. 368 368 368 368 339 368 368 .......335 3I5 ....368 ....368 ....348 ....368 .,.....,285 .........369 327. 369 Auten. Beverly ... Autry. Nina ,.,. Avinger. Sue ..... Axberg, David ...,. Ayer. Dr, Hugy M. Ayer. Alma ...... . . Ayonb, Samir . . ,. Baass. Nancy ...... Babcock, Carl F.. . . . Baggett Marilyn.. Bagley. Dale .... Baier. Cheryl . . . Bailey. Dr. Don ,. Bailey. Larry .,.., Bailor. Anita A ...... Baird. Dr. Edward Baird. Dr. James.. Baiacusnn, Bob . ,. Baker. Bobby ...... Baker. Dr. Charles . . Baker, Cindy ..,.. Baker. Larry ..... Baker. Linda M .... Baker, Randy .... Baker, Reggie ... Baker, Vicki . . Bagnula. Ron. . Balding, Anne .. Baldwin. Lee ..,., Balentine. Sleta. .. Bales. Kathy .... Ball. John ......... Ballad. Terrell .....,. Bantield. Particia ..., Banlrston. Jenna Beth. Baptist Student Union Boonhart. Dr. J. E .... Barber. Beverly ..... Bardas. Stefan ... Barner. Wayne . . Barnett. Joe ..... . Barnett, June ...... Barnett, Mary Jane . Barr. Marilynn ..... Barrst. Jackie . ,. Barret. Richard . .. Barrett, Roger .... Barrier. John D. Barron. Betty Barron. Jennie .. Bartel. Richard ...,. Bartlett. Michael ..,. Barton. Dr. Sam E .... Bass. David ......,. Bassham. Linda ....,. Bassham. Mark Steven Bates. Alfred ...... Bates. Gary ....... Bates. Marcia . Batten. Ann .,,.. Batten, Steve .,.... Battenfield. Candace Baugh. Dave ....,. Bazhaw. Richard ..... Beadle, Patty . . . Bean. Jennifer ..... Beasley. Suzstte . . . Beavers. David .... Becerra. Joe .... Beck. Chuck ........ Beck. Diane , ...... ,. Beck. Dr. Don Edward Beck, Mary Ellen ..... Becker. Dr. Charles W ..... Beckmann. Janet ..,. Bednarczuk, Kenneth , Beeson. Carolyn J .... Beidleman. Elaine . . . Belcher, Jo Lynn . .. Belcher, Patsy ..... Beleu. Pam ..,. . Ball. Ronald ..... Bell. Stewart .... Bell. Wendell ..... Bellamy. Gary .... Benavides. Jesus , Benner. Scott ,... Bennett. Cristy . . , Bennett. Tim ,....... Bennington. Gary .... Bensend. Norine Perril Bentin. Geoffrey .... la Bentley, Marilyn .. .. Benton. Pat ..... Beran. Charles .. Berg. Harriet ,. . Berk, Barbara . Berkley. Milre , . . Berrier. Janie ... Berry. Craig ..... Berry. Deborah . . . Berry. Elaine ... ....369 ....369 ....369 ....369 .,..,..,78 ..,.37 iii '21ir!.':l.ii ""fffff34i 5-is ...,49. .....326. . .4.'.'2l'.11'.'isi. 240. 298, 299. .....256. I37. 266. 293. . . f f Edd. 266.3I5.3l8. ....29s, 346. i f ...'iii ....78. .....342. . . f f fiiis. f f f f 546. ....300, 302. Qbbf 556. 565. 336 .369 369 .78 369 256 369 .78 369 369 .78 .45 356 36I .78 369 278 369 369 369 326 361 324 4l2 369 295 369 369 369 369 3l3 .78 369 .78 345 369 l3I 369 369 298 266 290 369 369 369 369 334 .78 256 369 369 254 369 369 369 369 369 369 369 369 4l2 338 339 369 265 369 .78 343 34l 369 369 369 329 .97 370 370 3l5 348 370 .412 370 272 370 254 4I2 370 3I2 370 370 370 322 370 309 370 370 355 324 INDEX Beta Beta Beta ...,. Beta Gamma Sigma. .. Betcher, Teresa ..... Bettes. Bob ....,.. Bettes. Jim ....... Betti. Claudia W.. .. Beyer. David ...... Bezdelc. Dr. Jim ... Bezner. Brian ....... Biderman. Debbie .. Bielamowicz. Cecilia . . . Bigelow, Jerry ..... Biggal. Cindy ..... Bilchak. Shelley .... Biles. Glenda ... Biles. Melinda ...,. . Billingsley. Larry .... Bills. Earl ......... Bilsborough. June .. Bingham. Tim ... Birdwell. Jerry .......... Birlrelbach. Sally ......,... Biology, Department ot ..,. Bissitt, G. Scott .,...... Bitlkie. Wayne ....... Black, Sherry ...,,.. Black. Dr. Watt L. .. Blackmon. Bob .... Blair. Frank ..... Blair, William ...... Blair. Dr, Witt ..,...... Blakenmeister. Debby .... Blanchard. Richard R. . ,. Blankenship. Neil ,.... Blankenship. Patsy .... Blansett. Michael ..., Blanton. Doug ...,.. Blanton, Dr. Earl ...,. Bletchley. Ron .,.. Blend. Neil . .... . . Blocker. Robert L. .. Bloomer. Becky .... Blue Key Boacher. Larry .... Boaz, Olna ..,,... Bock. Benlta . . . , Bodd. Karen .... Boehme. Carl . .. Boldra. Karen . Boldt. Harold . . . Bolton. Shelton ,,.. Bomar. Donna ...,,. Bommarito. Cathy .... Bonakdar. Hashemi . . , Bond. Lanette ...,.. Bond. Robert W. ............ . Bonds. Aubrey .....,......... Bonds. William E., .... l42. l65. Bcnk, Dr. Edward C. .. .. Bonney, Janet ....,... ........ Bonney. Dr. Merl E .... Booker. Sheryl ....,. Books. John W. ... Boosse, Nancy ,.., Booth. Marc ...... Booths. Danny .... Boozer. Debra . . . Boozer. Teddy ..... Bordner. Melinda ... Borg. Debbie .. . Boshart. Ray .... Bosler. Paul ..... Bost, Elton , . . Bosticlr. Gene. Boswell. Don . . .. Batello. Lynn .... Bouchez. Marana Bonle, Ed ......... Baulwars. John .,... Bauman. Robert R .,.. . Bounds. Denise ,.,.. Bounds. Stephen ..,. Bountress. Nicholas . Bonton. Terry .... Bowen. George .. Bowen. Jack ,..,. Bowens. Gladys .. Bower. Babara . , . Bowles. Virginia' . Bowling. Clint .... Bowman. Eva ......, Bowman. Robert .... Boyd. Bill .....,.. Boyd. David .... Boyd, Martha... Boyd. Pat .... Boyd. Patsy ..... Boyer. Bob . . . Boyett. Myra .. Boykin. Bill .,,.,. Bracken. Karon ...,. Bradford. Beverly ..... Bradtore. Brenda ...., Bradtord. Vivian . . Bradshaw. Pam , . , 339. 238. 256. ....29 4. 5621 5'a'5'.' 252.2 'z'e's.' iii. iii. 546. 3l3 250 2-id ' fni ' 355. 336 337 370 370 370 ,78 4I2 .78 356 370 370 265 3I5 355 324 370 348 370 370 370 265 370 .42 370 370 352 .78 356 290 370 .78 240 370 .55 370 370 355 .78 348 276 l62 370 256 325 302 3l6 285 3l9 370 254 370 370 370 338 370 I93 370 .78 370 .78 299 .78 359 370 265 370 370 370 370 327 283 370 37l 37l 371 37l 265 37l 37l 37l 37l 355 37l 26l 37l 37l 37l 37l 334 37l 37l 26l 4l2 37l . ....., 324 ...,.37l 238. ..288 ..29l 290. . .371 ..250 37l .250 .37l 286 Bradley. Dr. John P .... Bradley. Dr. R. C. . . , . Brady. Dr. Wm. T ...., Bradley, Ruth ...... Branaman. Debby ..... Boand. Jersy. ,.... Brannon, Cindy .,... Brannon. Sherry ...... Branni ng, Deborah .... Brantley. Pam . . . . . , . Braun. Barbara . . Bray. George . . , Bray, O'Neal ..., Brazil, Bra1il. Andra , Jeanne ......,. Breedan. Leon ,.,. . , , . Brenhaltz. Dr. Gerald S. Brennan. Dale ..,....... Brennan. Mary E. . . . . . Brennes. Richard .,.. Briley. Patsy .... Brisley. Ocie . . Bristol. Brynn .... Bristor, Nancy ...., Briston. Jerry .. . Broadwell. Tom ..... Brock, Brock. Dr. Horace ... . Dr. Luther H, .. Brooker. Ellen ... , . .. Brooks. Frank ..... Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Broshe Brosy. Broths Br-ous, . John M. . Sharon .. . Terry .... . Tony.. .....,. hear. G, K. hire, Dr. Wm. K. . ars. Dave ....... Debra ......... rton. Bob . . . Sam . . . . . . . Bronssard. Tonya . . . . Brown. Barry ..,..... Brown. Beverly M.. . . Brown. Cathy .,... Brown. Christa ,. Brown. Diana ........, Brown. Jimmy ......... Brown. Katherine Pandas .. Brown. La Cheeta ...., Brown. Larry ......... Brown. Leon F ..... Brown. Linda .. . Brown. Martha , .... . Brown. Mary .......... Brown. Dr. Newel Kay . . Brown. Suzanne ....... Brown. Susy .,...... Browniee. Nancy .... Bruce Hall Assoc. , . Bruce. Marsha... . . Bruham. Peggy ..,. Brumbelow. Ann . Bruner. Barbara . Bruner. Stephan . Bruns. Susan .... Brustor. Ernol . . , Bryant. Ann .,..... Bryant. Cheryl .... Bryant. David ..... Boyant. Margaret ,... Bryant. Nadine L .,.. . Bryant. Niclrie ..,.,.. Buchannan. Kathleen . Buck. Steve ....,.. Buckler, Elbert F ,..,. Buell. Frank Gavin . Buhmann. Peter . ......359 ....fi-is .. . .240 ..'f.'f.'ii':i ....3io, 346 ,.78 ...vs ..78 ..78 ,.78 .37l .3OI 37l .234 .37l .352 265 37l .26l .259 371 37l l68 290 .283 ...,.37I .....37l ....,37l , .... 37l ,37l . .,.. 37l .....326 ....,256 ....78 .78 .....340 . .... 353 affiii. 29l. 338. 350. . . . .234. ffffidi. ffffiii. nffiis. ffffidi. . , . . .266. 357. 340 37l 37l .78 37l 37l 37l 37l 37l 265 37l 37l 35l 296 37l l7I 37l 265 .78 26I 37l 320 .78 37l 342 37l 3 I6 37l 265 37l 286 4I2 372 254 372 372 280 372 4I2 355 240 348 372 I43 357 Bulla. Pat ...... ..... 7 8, 355 Bullard. Brenda .... ..... 4 I2 Bullington, Marcy .,.. ..,. 2 50, 372 Burbank. David .,,. ..... 2 95 Burdock. Lewis ., .... 290 Burgess. James ..,..... .... 2 66 Burgur. James .....,.,. .... 3 05 Burkholder. Jack Stacy . ..... 372 Burks. Dana ........... ..... 2 46 Burlrs, Jo ....,,....... .......... 3 21 Burnett. John Richard lll .......,.... 372 Burrell, Carol ............. ..... 2 60. 298. 300 Bush. Dennis .,..,.......,..........,...... 372 Bush. Mary Ann .....,......,........ ,.... 3 72 Business Administration. College of ..... .... 5 7 Business Education. Department of . . . .... . .59 Business Administration .........., .... 5 6, 57 Butin. James ...... ..... 2 61 Butin. Lee Ann . . ..... 26I Butler. Bill ....,. .... 2 72 Butler. Cathy .... .372 Butler. Dale . . . .... .306 Butler, Mark ..,. Butler. Tom ..... Buttleman. Kay .,.. Button. Lee ..... Buttrill. Joyce .... Butts. Jimmy .... . . . .293. 298. 372 327 .4l 254 372 ........322 Butts, Raymond M. Buxton. Ri ch........ Bynum. Don ....... Bynum. Norma .... Byron. Dianne ..... .. Caffey. J C udy ..... . . Cain. Breni .....,.... Cain. David .. ..... . . . . Caldwell. Annie Laurie .. Caldwell. Butch .,.....,. Caldwell. Clark ,... Caldwell. Ellen .. Caldwell. Patsy ..., Calveri, Alan .... . Calverl. James R. .. Campbell. Betsy . . .. Campbell. Debbie ... Campbell. Jack ..... Campbell. James ,.... Campbell. Dr. Lloyd .... Campbell. Mike ...,.. Campbell. Stephen . Campbell. Steve .. Camden. Mike Candle. Holly . . .. Cannon. Judy . . .. Canfrell. Pam ..., Cantwell. Debbie ... Canlwell. Roberi E .... Capers. Boo ....... Cararn. Debbie Cardwell. Jeff Carey. Frank ..... Carlson. Anita ... Carlson. Craig .... Carlson. Hal ....... Carlson. Treble ...,..... Carmichael. Karla D ..... Carmichael. Randy .... Carnahan, Sharon .. Carpenter, Karen. Carr. Linda .,........ Carranza. David L ...... . Carreathers. Denis M .... Carrell. Dr. John R ..,. Carrico. Dr. James . Carrier. Judith J ..., Carroll. Jim ..,... Carroll. Mike .,.. Carter. Alan . ....... . Carter. Bonnie ..,.,..... Carter. Dr. Fairchild H.. .. Carter. H. C ........... Carter. J ohn L. .,... . Carter. Margaret ..... Carter. Nancy . .... Carter. Roy ...,. Carter. Sandy ... Caruzzi. Suzie ,... Carter. Terry . . .. Case. Ka y Casly. Don .,.. Cason. Judy .. . Cason. Julia ... Cason. Peggy ...,.. Castle. Linda Jane . . Caswell. David L.. .. Caswell. Norman . .. .. Cares. Judy .... Cato. Leesa ....... Catan. D r. Erma . . . Caudle. Gary .... Caudle. Holly .... Cauley. Becky .,... Cauley. Carolyn ...... Cavazos. Waller R ..,. Cavenoer. Vicki . . . . Caver. D Caviness. Cea rley. on ........ Deborah .... Dr. Jess . . . Cecil, George ..... Chadclick. Katherine .... Chaiiin. Charles ........ Chamberlain. Dr. Mallery Chambers. June ........ Chambers. Mary Jane . .. Chamblee. Bill ..... Chambler. Marcia .. ....25O. ....2B5. ...78. 372 265 372 372 372 .372 .256 .372 .250 .272 .372 .372 . .78 .372 .372 .372 372 372 .372 347 .266 .....372 .....26l .....2B5 259. 266. 5 is sis I39 232. 263 3I7 ....24B. 293 ' ' islrl 'ab5fidr.' I44 3l0 360 .79 .99 232 . 79 274 359 .355 .372 .372 .372 372 . 246 372 .274 .332 .372 323 .363 .372 4l2 .283 352 .372 372 .372 372 . .78 .332 . I43 .256 .259 .372 .372 ..78 .4l2 ..33 .372 .372 .274 372 ..97 .274 372 .347 .293 .372 .373 .373 I64 339 373 .373 350 .373 .373 324 373 .373 .373 .373 .373 348 373 373 .344 ......79 .343 .373 .....348 . .... 297 Chance, Maurice ..... . .... 254 Chandler. J. Janelle. . . .... .373 Chaney. Bob ,,..... ...., 2 65 Chaney. Debbie . .. .... .234 Chaparas. Sharon ..,., 373 Chapman. Darlene ...... ..... 3 73 Chapman. Debra ....... ..... 3 73 Chapman. James Cliffton ...,... 373 Chapman. Robert ...... .... 3 39. 373 Chapman. Tom ....... ....... 3 05 Chase. Ted ........,. ..... 2 53 Chasion. Raymond .... ..,.. 2 54 Chaiman. Clifi . ..., ,,... 2 B3 Chavez. Nina ..... ,,,,, 3 73 Cheathem. Billie ,...,.. ..... ..... 2 3 2 Cheeks. Sylvia .............. ....... 3 73 Chemisfry. Department ol .... ,........ 4 3 Cherry. Cheryl ..........,., .... 3 I7. 373 Childers. Corky ..... ,..,. ...... 3 2 6 Childre. Don .... . . ...... 260 Chimney. Lacy Jr .... ........ 3 73 Chi Omega .. .,... .. . .25O. 251 Chitwaod. Tom .... ...... I 57 Chong. Kim ........ .... 2 59 Choo. Kwang Gung .... .... 4 9 Chriss. Palsy ........ ,,., 3 55 Christ. Candi ,..,. ..., 3 73 Christensen. Teresa Christensen, Max . .. Christian. Martha . .. Christie. Lynn ....... Chrislman. Sherwood. Chrisloph. Johnnie.. Christy. George .. Christy. Lynn ...... Chumbley. Karla Ciesynski. Paulette . . . Ciruna .......,.... Clanton. Frank ,... Clardy. Nan .... Clark. Barbara .. Clark. Beverly ...,. Clark. Billy ...... Clark. Cathy .... Clark. Debi . . . Clark. James ..... Clark, Orbdella .... Clarke. Dr. Charles . Clarke, Cindy .... Classes ....... Clay. Carolyn... Clegg. Al ..,.... Cleland. Nancy .... Clem, Julie ...... Clemens. David .... Clemons. .lo Ann . .. Clemson. Allen ... Cleveland. Betty .... Click. Linda ...... Clift. Cecil ..... .... Clifton. Delma ...,..... Clifton, Dr. Ernest S ..... Cline. Michael ....... Clinkinbeard. Theresa Clinton. Donna ... Closing ..,... ..... Clough. Valita M. .. Clufton. Tom ...... Cobb. Elsie ........... Cobb. Teresa . ........ .. Cochran. Dr. Kendall P... Cochran, Robert W. Cochran. Rurh Anna .. Cochran. Sharon ... Cockrell, Phillip ....... Coda. Dr. Bernard A. Coffey. Barbara .... Coffey. Gene ...... Coffman. Brenda Coffman. Mike . . . Cofielcl. Delana .. Coggins. Cheryl .... Cohen. Mark ....... Cohen. Roberi ..... Cohn. Alan ...... Cole. Glenna .... Cole. Lester ....... Coleman. Barbara .. Cole. Jim ....... Coleman. Julia ... Coleman. Lynette. . . Coleman. Shelby . .. Coleman. Tona .. Collelte. Steve . Collier. Benny .... Collins. Cheri .... Collins. James ..... Collins. Jane Ann . . Collins. Kay ..... Collins. Ronnie ..... Collins, Tami. . . . . Collum. Torn ....... Colson. Richard .... Colson. Dr. Ted .... Colunga. Chris ..... Conder. Frances J. . Conetl. Jack ....... Conley, Eugene .... Conltas. Robert .... Cannell. Dr. L. F.. Jr. Connell. Margaret . . .. Conner. Tom ....... Connor. Cheryl .... Cook. Cook. Beisy ........ Donald ...... Cook. Jerry Layne . . Cook. Judy ...... Cook. Laura . .. Cook. Melanie . Cook. Nancy .... Cook. Roy ..... Cook. Sherry ..... Cook. Slella ....... Cook. Terry Wayne... Cooke, Larry ....... Cooksley, David . . . . Cooper. Cathy ..... Cooper. Gail ...... Cooper. Grady ........ Cooper. Dr. J. Arrhur Cooper. Karen . .... .. Cooper. Margarei .... Cooper. Robert .... Cooper. Virgie ..... Copeland. Dr. Ben.. Coplen. Linda .... Coppeclge. Karen Coppedge. Kay .... Corbin. Linda .... Corley. Corneli Corneli Nancy .... son. Jo .... us. Bill ..... Cornwell. Gregg . .. Cosley. Coslon Marilyn ..... Mike ....... Cothran. Shirley ..... . . . .308. ffisi. ....248. ....244. .....327. .....234. .....336. .....364. 373 373 373 3l3 373 256 .79 292 234 373 306 272 286 356 373 253 248 373 373 373 359 373 366 373 373 373 373 261 373 265 30l 373 365 300 .79 375 ............373 ....3l5. 32l 343 .4I4 .........373 . 265 .....79 373 .....79 ....373 ....4I2 ....342 ....304 ..79 .373 ...,256 . Qiiasf 'akafiss , . f 1355 .340 .373 .244 373 .256 .373 .373 .373 373 .244 .265 .373 .374 ....25O. 265 374 ...........374 .........374 .....238 .....34l .....29I .....236 .....339 374 374 374 293 374 .......238 .358 .374 ..79 .374 ....I55 f f f f fidii . . f .1545 . . f f .542 .....I30. iii' Sisf 'ss'-i, 555. .. . .'.'f.'f.'ab'r'.'i4s. . . . . .234. 274. 324. . ...... 65. 79. .274 ..79 .374 ..79 374 .274 374 .343 .4l2 .374 .346 .345 .355 274 .285 .246 .374 374 285 26I 374 256 256 374 374 374 374 335 374 375 226 346 374 333 l72 ........256 I4I, 266. 291. 297. 298. 374 374 Cotlerly. Sister Riat .... Cattle. Hal ....... -. Coiion. Delva .... Coltrel. Corky ....... Couch. John ............. Coulson. Jesse Edward .... Council oi Business Students .... Counter, Rulherford ...... Couser. Kathy ............ Covolik. Calhy ..... Cowarl. Alma . ...... Cox. Dr. Kennelh .... Cox. Harold ....... Cox. Mike ....... Cozley. Marilyn .. Crabb, Diane .... Craig. Randall . .. Craik. Gary C ...... Cramer. Chip .... Crane. David .... .. Craven. Richard ..... Cravens. Charles ...... Cravin. Thelma O. M ..... Crawiord. David ...... Crawford. Gladys . . . Crawford. Kay .... Crawford. Scotl . . . . . Crawford. Shelia K ..... Crawley. Wayne .... Cree. Linda ....... Crist. Kathleen . Criswell. Tom .... Critz . .... ..... . Crockett. Bob .... Crockeit. Mary .... Cross. Dr. Jack .... Crouch, Debra Jo Crouch. Don ...... Crow. Sandy .... Crowley. Bouce .... Crozier. Ed . ............. . . Crumley Hall Association ... . .. Crump. Claudia ........ Crutcher. Mary ....... Cuellar. Israel ....... Cull. Mary .............. Culp. Dr. Ralph Borden . .. Culver. Danny ...... ... Cumbie, Pal' ........ Cummings. Alex . Cummings. Joe .... Cummings. John ..... Cummings, Randy ..... Cunningham, Beverly .... Cunningham. Brenda ... Cunningham. Carol .... Cunningham, Doug .... Cunningham. Sheila .... Curl. David Ray . .. Curry. Cindy .... Curry. Glenn . . . Curry. Dr. O. J .... Curry, Suzanne ....... Curti. Dr. G. Philip .. .. Curtis. Lucy .......... Cuthberi. Kenneth ..... Cutler. Jeannie ...... Cutler. Willy W. .... .. D Dagen. John . . . . Dagen. Sharon... Dahlin. Larry ...... Dahm. Dr. John ... Daigle. Paul ..... Daihneri. Jan . .. Dailey. Gary .......... Daly. Sally ............. Dameron. Dr. Joseph .... Darnico, Dr. Anihony .... Dancy. Joyce . ...... .. Daniel. Charles .... Daniels. Belynda . . . Daniels. Gerald ...... Danielson. Dr. James . .. Dansby. Randy ...... Dansby. Richard ..... Darden. Charles ....... Darnell. Deborah Ann .. Davenport. Karen .... Davidson. Beverly R. .. . Davis. Billie ....... Davis. Boby ..... Davis. Carol .... Davis. Dianne.. . . . . Davls. Dr. D. Jack . .. Davisson. Dr. James. . Davis. Gary. ..... . Davis. Gerald H. .. Davis. John ...... Davis. Joyce ...... Davis. Joyce Elaine Davis. Junefta ..... Davis. Kaybird ..... Davis. Neel ...... Davis. Rennetta .... Davis, Roy C ....... Dawson. David ..... Dawson. John H. . . . Day. Karen ...... Deamond. Gene .... Dean. Sally ......... Dean. Tom ........... deAnda. Andrew D. . . .. De Armond. Linda ..... De Armand. Paul F.. Jr. .. Deaion. Jackie ........ .....293. 32l 253 232 272 265 4l2 307 254 374 2BS 342 .79 297 256 325 374 374 412 374 328 374 340 ....374 ....3l3 .....79 ....342 ....272 ....374 ...,256 ....374 ....374 ....340 ....4I2 ....374 ....374 . . . .240 f .i .i :isis 307. 345. 352 .56 ....248 . . f fisis f f f f iid . . f f .94 . . .Hd . . ffisi f ff fini ffffiii . . ffiid . . . .266 .Si-i . ...... . .79 374 .374 374 .265 .374 .3l l 374 346 ..53 .375 ..79 .375 375 .375 .326 .328 375 .375 .375 .375 .375 .375 .348 240 .256 l75 .375 340 .375 ..7l .375 .340 .375 375 .266 . .79 339 .3I3 .265 375 ..79 .I69 .356 .254 .375 .375 ..79 375 375 .375 375 .375 .375 .375 .375 .346 375 ..79 ..79 .375 .326 .280 ....375 ....375 .....79 . .'ffasi,'. 'iid' .....280. 240 .79 375 .79 375 375 375 256 375 272 375 375 412 338 Dedee. John .. DeFoor. lra .......... Deioor. Jimmie ......... DeLaGarza. Robert A. .. Delaney. Deborah ..... De La Pena. Rolando.. De La Torre. Gene . .. De Lee. John ....... DeLeon. Alberta. . . de Leon, Robarr ..... Dailey. Mike .... Delp, Sharon.. Della Gamma .. Delta Phi Epsilon .. Delta Psi Kappa Delta Sigma Phi ..... Delta Sigma Theta. .. Delta Zeta ....... Demenf. Roxanne . . . . . . . De Mini. Janet ........ De Mougeot. Dr. William .... Denman. Bev .......... . .. Dennon. Richarc .... ... Deramus. Joan ..... De Redder. Joyce .. Derryberry. Bill ..... De Rouchey. Jeanne .. Dettman. Robert . .. Dewitt. Gene ..... Dick. Mardy ...... Dickerson. Debora Dickerson. Sharon. Dickey. Dr. Imogene Dickman. Mark .... Dickson. Brenda DiGiacomo. Ron .... Dilley. Dr. Terrell P .... Dimas. Anita ....... Dixon. David ......... Dobson. David J. ll Dodd. Karen ....... Dodds. Cran .... Dodson. John .... Dollar. Richard . .. Donaghey. Dennis. Donaghey. Skip .... Danaho. Susan .... Donaho. Kathy ... Donahue. Patricia. Donell. Roland ..... Dooley. Tim ......... Dorse. Dr. Alvin C. Dorsey. Cynthia .... Doss. Gary ........ Dotson. Carolyn J ...... Dougherty. Duane A.. .. Dougherty, Ernie ..... Douglas. Beverly .... Doulhiti. Dr. John .. Dowdy. Greg .... Doyle. Aaron . . Doyle. Caroline Doyle. Calhy .. .. Draper. Patricia .... Draper. Ruben P .... Drasher. Glen .... Drewry. Shannon . Dreyfuss. Brenda .. . Driggs. William .... Duchess ......... Dudley. Terry ...... Dudlo. Edward A. . . .. Dugger. Pairi .... Duncan. David Duncan. Donna . .. Duncan. Glenn.. Duncan. Mike .. Duncan. Thomas .... Dunham, Arthur ...... Dunham. Darrell K... .. Dunham. Greg ..... Dunham. Roger. .. Dunlap. Cole ..... Dunn. Debbi ... Duran. Don .... . . Duran. Sharon ........ Durbin. Becky Danette . Durham. Mollyan ..... Durham. Roger. .. Durr. Mike ...... Duvall. Renee .... Dvorak. Jeannefie .. Dwyer. Mike ...... Dyke. Lane .... . Eagle. .......... Eary. Emmett ...... East. Torn Russell ... Ealherly. Alice .. . Eaton. John Ealon. Joyce ....... Edgar. Diana ......... Edgerly. Janene Wynne Edghill. Anne .......... Education. College of ..... Edwards. Dean R ..... . . . Edwards. Mark ....... Egli. Carolyn ... Eiland. Fred . . . . Elders. Roy . .... . . Elenburg. Mitzi .... Ellendorf. Barbara . Elling. Ronnie ... Elliott. Paul . . . Elliott. Susie .. Ellis. Jimmy... .....253 ......79 .....256 .....375 .....375 .....323 .....285 .....280 .....375 .....375 .......l64 ........375 ....240.24l .......243 .......336 ....256.257 ....244.245 .......242 .....320 .....375 ......79 .....375 .....326 .....375 .......l63 .........3l6 ....240. 252 .......376 . ........ 259 .. . .376. 238 .......376 .....376 ........79 ...,.....376 ....236. 376 .......348 .....79 ...376 ...3I3 ...376 .....376 .....285 ...376 .....376 .......376 ....307. 327 ....238. 285 .......376 .....376 ....327 .......376 .....232. 376 .......272 ...376 ....376 ...340 .....376 ....79. 348 .....259 ....376 ...376 .....345 .....376 .....4l2 ....274 .....376 .......240 .....265. 376 .........I83 . .... 329.376 .......376 .......376 .....234.26l .....265.376 .......256 . ........ 376 .. . . .253. 278 . ....... 79 . .... 376 ....326 ....285 ....240 .....377 .......377 . ..... 350. 377 .......377 .....33I .....328 .....377 .........377 .253. 292 . . ..... 377 .....26l .....377 .....377 .........377 I32. 274. 324 ..........377 . ....... ..377 . .... 377 .....62. 63 .......377 .........377 ....23B.377 .......377 ......79 .....377 .....377 .....26l .....377 .....377 .....26l 423 Ellis. La Honda... Ellis. Merrill .... Ellison. Clay ..... Ellison, Pamela ,. Ellzey. Linda . . . Elrod. Dan ...., Elsfrand, Sharon Endicoll. Donna ......, England. John. English, Deparimenifol Epley. Par .........., Epps. Sieve. . .,..., . . , Erickson. Barbara .... Erickson. Ellen .....,.. Ernsf, Donna. ...... . , Escue. Dr. Richard B.. . .. Esles. Bill ,...... ..... , Esrrada, Dr. Elerie ...., Etheridge. Jan ,...., Eubank. Parry ..... Eubanks. Neese. Evado. lngela Evans. Mary .... Evans. Paula Evans. Tamara , Evans. Vernon . . . Ex-Marines .,... Facfor. Milch , Faculty, . . ..... Fadley. Chris . . Fagg. Sue Fair, Bi 11 ..... Fake. Suzie .. Falbo. Jerry... Falconer. Susan. . Falkner. Reggie . Farmer. Teresa . Farr. Ernesline . .. Farris. Lee .....,.. Fashimpar. Gary .., . Fashion Commliiee .. Faughi, Karen .,... Faulkner, S, L .... Faw. Bob ........... Fawcei r. Deborah .... Fearing. Leisa .... Fees, Phyllis Ann .. Felker, Ga ry ..,... Fergusen. Jayne .....,. Ferguson, Walfer S,. , .. Ferre, Dr. Gusfave . . . Fhrig. Arfhur ...... Fick. Chrisrine . . . Fickes. Fickle. Pam ,,.... Carla ..., Fields. Gloria . ,. Fields. William .,.. Fzii ............. Finance Club ... Finch. Dennis .. Finch. Denice . . . Fine A Finger. ris ..... . . Gary R. ..... . Fink. Ron .,... Finklea. Roberl W. lll . . , Firlh. Sherry .. Fisher, Dick ......... Fisher. Evelyn . . . Fisher. Frederic Fisher. Leslie .... Fisher. Richard .... Fishkind. Ellen , ., Karen ..... Fishkind, Jo .,..... Fifth. David R.. , . , Fire. Kalhy ,...,..... Fingleman. Mike ..,..... Fifziarrell. Michael Roy .... Fiarlie. Craig ..,....... Flanagan. Rick .,..... Fleischer, Chrisly .... Fleischrnann. Area .. . Fleming. Ron ........ Fleicher. Diannad .... Flelcher. Mary .... Fletcher, Max ,.. Flippin. Susan ,.. Flippin. John .... Fleppo. Linda .. , Flood. Kalhleen . Florida. Befly Jo .. Flourney, Gale .. Flowers. Dan ,... Floyd. Mark .... Floyd. Sharon ..,,. Fondren. John H. . . . Fonfo. Ken ..... Foofball ...... Forbes. Alan . . Ford. Anne . Ford. 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Laura . ........ ......., ......... Foreign Languages. Deparlmenl of .,.... ....,I78 .....379 ...,379 ...266 .....379 ...46.47 Foreman. Jane ....... , ......... . , ..... 240. 379 Forest. Deborah ......,...... Forresi. Charloire . . , . Forslon, Dr. Raymon .. Forsyih. Sarah. ,... . Forlh. Vicki Lynn Fosfer. Dr. Bruce P .... Fosrer, Charles ...,. Fosler. George . . . Fosfer. Micheal .,. Fosier, Nancy ,... Foulsham. George ,. Fonsi. Palri ....... 424 .....379 .....343 ..,..79 ....379 ....I44 .....,79 ., ........ 79 . . .'fisIi. .362. 363 .348. 379 359. 379 ... . .295 , 133. 379 Fowler. Debra . ,. Fox. Lyndon .. Fox. Mary L .... , Fox. Susan ...... Francis, Curi ,,., Francis. Janie .... Francisco, Aniia .... Franklin. Arden... Franklin. Jimmy .... Franklin, Nelda . . . Franko. Telmo . .. Franks, Dr. Gene . Franks. Frank ........, Framber. Dave .,...., Fraierniry Sweerhearls. Frazier. Kalhleen ..... Frederick, Arlhur .... . Fredd. James... Free. Nlckey .... Freeman. Alexis . Freeman. 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Joe ,..., Gonzales. Juan .... Goodman. Linda .. Goodrum. Cliff .... Goolsby. Charles , .. Goolsby. Wayne . . Gordon. Brenda . .. Gordon. Gary .,.. Gosland. Ted , .. Gossip. Berry . .. Gough. C. Ray Gower. Mail ... Gower. Mickey .,.. Gowin. Jeff .... Gracy. Kennelh Graduaies ....,..... Graduafe School .... Graaf. David ..... Graefing. Susan . Graham. Floyd .... Graham. Luanne ..... Graham. Pali ..... Gralsch. Ellen... Grouso. Jane? ..... Graves. Joyce . . Gray. Bill ....... Gray. Dr. Bryan . Gray. Daniel .... Gray. Linda ...,.,.. Gray. Ndralyn ...,..... Gray, Roberr O'Nea1 . .. Gray. Suzanne ...,... Greeks . ..,....,.. . . Green. Barbara . Green. Beverly .... Green, Carrol .... , Green. Dennis... Green Jackers .. Green. Larry .... Green, Lisa ....... Green, Sherrell .... Greenall. Judy .... Greene. Lisa ....., . Greenman. Scoff ....... Greenslein. Laurence N.. .. Greer. Harold ......... Gregy, Gary. ...., . Grenier, Gary ..... Grenier, Jennifer .. Grew. Theodore . , . Griffin. Cindy .,.. Griffin. Janis ... Griiiin, Kirren. .. Griffin, Richard . .. Griffin. Sharon .. Griifilh, Befh ... Griggin. Sieve Grigry. Karen, Grimes. Parsy . . . Grimes. Steven . .. Grimland. Tom .... Grossman. Arlhur. , Groihe. Steve. . . Grounds. Thelene . . Groves, Randy .,...,. Grubbs. Margarel' .... Grube. Susan ....,.. Grunder. Rick ..... Grundy. Rex ...,..... Grunes, Richard ........ Guidry. Ann ....,...... Guillaume. Dennis Andrew ,... Guinnup, Cindy ..,..... Gulley. Dr. Paul ...... Gunn. Jo Ann ..,....... Gunnels. Kerry .,....... Gunler. Dr. Peie A. Y. .. Guslaison, Larry ........ Gurierrez. Roberf .... Gufierrez, Yolanda . . Guyer, Rebecca ..... Guzick. Maury .... .,. Haas. Dennis Wayne Haas. Diana .,...... Haas. Roberf ,.... Hacker. Delberi .,... Hackeif. Art ..... . Hadley. Denise .... Haislip, Douglas . . . Hale. Danny .... Hale, Elaine .. Hales. Joyce. . Haley. Bob . ., Hall, Aniia , . , Hall. Avis .... . . Hall. Georgia ..... . , Hall. Kalhleen Elaine . Hall, Lynn ........ Hall. Mike . . . . .. Hall. Sharon .. Hall. Thomas ..... Halleff, Tim .,...... Halliburton, Larry, . . . . Halstead. Dr, Francis ....248. 380 ,...308. 380 .....265 .....253 ....,380 270 261 ......,380 ........,380 ..,.326. 380 .......286 .....380 .....233 .....380 .....380 380 .,.......380 . . . .233. ..'.'fi6.' 380 292 272 244 358 269 343 327 380 412 .,..72, 73 .ffdcS.' . . . .m.l.mV. A i fffids, ..,.358. ....358. ..'.'.'i4r5 fis f f f .iid ....326. ...,bfi-if .fffissi ..,.253 ,...203 380 380 174 380 331 381 381 .67 381 .80 341 145 146 381 381 224 381 381 381 256 291 381 336 381 308 381 381 .412 183 256 340 340 254 381 381 317 278 381 381 256 280 381 381 381 381 381 381 265 .80 381 265 283 256 381 146 330 .80 355 381 .80 381 381 381 158 270 146 381 412 381 361 381 381 357 381 346 254 381 .80 381 381 381 381 381 369 381 ..,....381 ......8O Hamilfon. lll, Francis. Harnilron. Jim . . . . . . .. Hamilfon. Larry .......... Hamilton. Dr. F. Sidney .... Harnilion. Shelton .,.... Harnilfon. Dr. Stanley .... Harnilfon. Willard ..... Hamlelf. Susan ...... Hamlin. Mickey L .... Hamlin. Thomas .,. Hammerle. Betsy .... Hammell, Rick ,... Hammond. Andy ..,. Hancock. John ,,.. Hand. Mike ..... Hanford, Far Hanlon. Joe .. Hanson, Dan .. Hanson. Jan ,. Haralson. Jim ....... Haralson. Marianne .... Hardegree. Charloile ... Hardin. Herman . ..,.. Hardin, Julie ........ Hardin. Phil ..... Hardy. Cliff .... Hargis. Bill .,.. Hargus. Bill ..,. Harkins. Laurie .. Harnes. Nancy ,... Harper. Par ..,..... Harrelson. Donna .,..... Harrell. Judilh Anne .... Harrell, Paula ......... Harris. Allaria .....,. Harris. Bob ..... Harris, Charles .... Harris. Don ...... Harris. Douglas. . Harris. Fairh .,.. Harris, Kifly ..... Harris, Rhonda . . Harris, Sheron .. Harris. Spiiiy ..... Harris. Stewarf ,... Harris. Torn ....... Harrison, Alexander. . Harrison. Bob ..... Harrison. Carol ... Harrison. Douglas. , Harrison, George .... Harrison, Harry G. . . . . Harrison. Shannon ... Hari. Joyce .....,.. Harler. James W. ... Hariman. Charles.. Harvey. Terry ...., Haslcoar. Jesse ..,.. Harches. Annelie ,... Harrer. Reber? .... Hauger, Carolyn ,, Hauger. David .,.. Hausler. Hellen .. Havey. Maureen Havron. Jerry ..... Hawkins, Anita Dianne Hawkins, Anna Joy .... Hawkins. Lauren ...., Hawkins. Loniia . . ,. Hawkins. Sandra .. . Hawkins. Sharon , .. Hayes. James ...,. Haygood, Linda .... Haynie, Brad ..... Haynee. Theresa .... Hays, Craig ...... Head, George .. Hearrsill. Joe .... Heafh. James .... . Heckler. William ..... Hesse. Eileen ..... ......,.. Hefley. Janis ....,............ , .... 301. . ........... 381 .....253.265 381 ..........38l ,.........254 ....80,3l2 333 ....... 254 ............29l ...I64. 363 381 ..........381 . ....... 324 .......259 . ....... 272 ....326 381 .... 381 .....382 ..,..261 .....382 .....382 . ..., 382 382 . ...... 382 ....190. 191 , ..... 382 ffffiisf .,ffis6.' 'iid ' ffffiii Hail, Rulhie ......... 240. 266. 297. 364. 365. Helen. H. Richards Club ...... Helfon. Linda Gayle .... Henderson. Anila .... .. Henderson. David ..,.... Henderson. Julie . ....... . Henderson. Linda .... .... . ,. Henderson, Dr. Porter W ..... Henderson, Richard .....,. Hendricks. Dr. George D Hendrix. Susie ......... Henkel, Anira ..,.,. .. . Henry. Carol . .. Henry. Frances... Henry. Pairicia .... Henry, Ron ...... Henry. Sfephen . . Henson. Elia ,.... Herlocker. Jim .,,. Herman. Larry .... Harrigan. Jim .... Herring. Theresa .. Herringfon, Pafri . .. Herron, Edie ..... Herron, Tim . .. Hersman. Caren Hesse. Eillen . . . Hewiff, Mary ,. . . Hiafr. Michel ...... Hiarr. Rex C .... .,.... Hickenbollom, Rick .... Hicks. Carolyn . ..... Hicks. Cynrhia ,.., Hieble, Dr. Jacob . .. Higgins. Kaihy .... Higgns. Ray ........ Higgins. Wilired .... ff f f iii' .ffisif ffffisif 232. 294. 355. 80. 382 347 382 382 358 330 382 266 382 382 370 290 256 323 382 244 382 308 382 266 382 254 .80 382 251 382 259 412 382 382 412 361 274 382 147 382 382 412 382 382 382 382 147 382 382 382 382 413 382 3132 .45 328 382 274 382 382 358 240 382 308 382 382 382 285 333 .80 .80 .80 293 320 355 382 244 272 382 382 256 254 361 382 .77 382 382 382 383 383 383 161 383 360 383 154 383 383 .80 Keveryn. Sue ......... Kirksey. Jacqueline. . . . Higgs. Janet .... Higgs. Mary .,,. High. Ronald ... Hightill. George . .. Hightill. Stephanie.. Hight. David .,... Hilger. Barbara . Hill. Charles .. Hill. Dan ..... Hill. Karen ...,. Hilliard. David ... Hillman. Debra.. Hilz. Samuel .... Hinckley. Hal ...... Hindman. Deidra .... Hinely. Dr. Reginald . Hines. Ben .......... Hines. Bill ......... Hines. Kathy Hines. Linda ..... Hines. Howard .... Hines. Shirley .... Hinoiosa, Walt ...., Hirsch. Carolyn .. Hitt. Charles ..... Hobart. Laura . Hodge. Cathy .... Hodge. Mike .... .f.'.'iiAf . f ffisdf .....336. .....3-42. .....253. 349 383 383 383 35l 383 327 IS9 26l 352 383 383 383 383 383 359 274 274 332 383 254 383 .....306 ....383 ...........383 ............383 .. . .234. 252. 324 . ............ 383 Hodge. Sue .... 266. 325. 343. 383 Hodges. Chris .......... 26l. 383 Hodges. Sharon .... ..... . . .383. 3I9 Hodgkins. Valerie .. . .... 248. 383 Hoelscher. Belinda ... ...... .383 Hoffman. Debbie .... .... 3 83 Hoffman, Jackie .... .... 2 46 Hoiiman. Linda .... .... 3 83 Hoffman. Dr. Wallace ..... 80 Hogan. Beverly ...., .... 3 83 Hogg, Frieda .... .... 3 42 Holbrook. Greg .... .... 2 56 Holcomb. Lana . .. ... .383 Holcomb. Steven ... ... .383 Holder. Tommy .... ....383 Holland. Jeanene . . ,,,. 295 Holland, Dr. R. V. .....80 Holliman. Deborah... ....383 Holloway. Michael . .. .... 383 Hohle, Calvin ...., .... 3 83 Holle. Tamera ..... .... 3 83 Holmes. Jerry ....... .... 2 54 Holmes, William M. Holt. Mark ......... .... 2 74 Holmon. Fayteen .. .... 349 Holsworth. Janet .... .... 3 83 Holtz. Chris .... ......... .... 3 8 3 Hom. Suzanne ,... ............ ...... 3 8 3 Home Economics. School of .... .... 6 6. 67 Home Economics Society .... Honeycutt. Jackie ........ Honors ..,........ Honor Professors .. Hooks. Phyllis .... Hoover. Jane ..... Hopkin. Charlotte .. Hopkins. Daniel . . . Hopkins. Karen .. Hopper. Colleen .. Horn, Debbie ...... Hornbeak. Jacqueline . . Horrall. Jill ....,... Horst. Tom ,... . . Horton. Steve. . . Hosp. Pete ..... Hostetter, Jim .... Hothem. Richard Hott. Sarah ....... Houdek. Shelley ... Hourigan. Gayle ... Houston. Judy .... Howard. Betty .... Howard, Fredna . .. Howard. Jay .... Howard. Phil. . . . Howard. Vicki ..... Howell. Joel T ...... Howell. Margaret. . . Howell. Marsha ... Hranicky. Brent .... Hurbert. Debra .... Hublein. Barbara .. . Hubley. Grover . . . Hudgins. Robert .... Hudson. Bonnie . .. Hudson. Marsha . . . Hudson. Pud ..... Huey. Bob ........ Hutiines. Robert .... Huggins. Dowanne. Hughes. Don ....... Hughes. Michael .... .. Hughes. Pat ........ Hughes. Dr. Robert .... Hundley. Lulu ....... Hunley. Cynthia. . Hunley. Travis.. Hunt. Alyce . . . Hunt. Lyle .,... Hunter. Alan ..... Hunter. Robert .... Huntsberger. Julie.. Hurd. Paulette ... Hurdis. Sara . . . Hurst. Miles Hutchins. Dale ..... Hutchins. Jay ....... Hutchings. Beverly.. . Hutchings. Wayne ... Hutchinson. Archie .. Hutchingson. John ... ....308 ....383 .I28 ........l66 383 ...3I7. ......383 ....355 .383 .383 ....383 ...,383 ....244 ....383 .383 .383 ....383 ....256 ...,383 .242 .383 .383 ....384 ....384 ....384 .384 .328 .244 ..80 ........266 ....234.26I .384 .384 .384 ....280 ....274 ....358 ....384 ....3I7 ....26I 266. 292. 294. ..'.'f.'iiii. . . , . .3-ia, ...'.i.'i55. .384 .354 384 .384 .384 . .85 384 384 .384 .384 .384 .384 384 .355 .384 .30l ....l90 ....384 ....285 ....384 ....285 ....384 ...256 Hynek. Dolores. .... .. lden. Bob ................. Index .. lndustrial Arts. Department oi . . .. . . .. Ing. Ma Ingram. rtha.. ............... Charles . .....,... . . lngouham, Chester .... lnterfraternity Council .... Introduction . ........ . Involvement ........, lota Lambda Sigma .. lrby. To rn .... lsenberg. Randy . .. lverson. lvie. Nil Bobby .... ene ...... . . lvy, Ronald .... ..... J Jackson. Bob .... . . Jackson. Bruce .... Jackson. Cynthia .. Jackson. Jack .... Jackson. Lynn ..... Jackson. Mary Ann .. Jackson. Pamela . .. Jackson. Peter .. Jacobs. Brian . Jacobs. Steven . . Jacobson. Mark ..,... Jacoby. Sally ........... Jacquot. Dr. Willard ..... Jallons. Constance ..... James. Donna ....... James. Jim ... James. Maurice ... J anes. J att ......... Jaramil Jaramil lo. Guillermo. . .. lo. Jose . . . . Javis. Barbara . . . . . .. Jaynro. Thomas .,.... Jean-Batiste. Kathryn .... Jeanes. Jerry ........ Jeiterson. Delores Jeiierson. Marsha . . . Jeffrey Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins .Jan...... .Kim .... . Pam ...... . Wanda . . . Jenkinson. John ... Jennings. Carolyn... Jennings. Marilyn .... Jansen. Carl ....,. Jensen. Barbara Jenson. Jane .... Jeska. Margie ..... Joe. Stanley ...... Johnson. Becky .... Johnson. Ben ...... Johnson. Beverly .... Johnson. Bob ..... Johnson. Bob Johnson. Bruce .. Johnson. Bryce .... Johnson. Carol .,... Johnson. Carolyn L .... Johnson. Charles . .. Johnson. Cynthia .. Johnson. Gordon.. Johnson. Helen.. . Johnson. James ...... Johnson. Dr. James J .... Johnson. Jane ........ Johnson. Martin .... Johnson. Mary .... Johnson. Patricia Johnson. Rebecca .. Johnson, Richard Johnson. Sherilyn ... Johnson. Shirley .... Johnson. Stephen . .. Johnson. Steve .... Johnson. Thomas .. Johnson. Tina ....... Johnston. Patrick ..... Johnston Johnston Joiner. Jones. J ones. Jones. Jones. . Dr. Richard e, Pattye ...., Joseph ...... Andra .,... Ann ..... Debbie ..,.. Donald .... Jones. Ginger... Jones. Jack .. Jones. Jan. .. Jones. Jana.. ..... .... 246. 265, 356. Jones.JaneAnn.. Jones. Janis .... ............ .... Jones. Jerry .... Jones. Jim Bob .... Jones. Jimmie ..... Jones. J. P ...... Jones. Judy ....... Jones. Kenneth Jones. Kenny Jones. Larry .... Jones. Linda... Jones. LyAnn ... Jones. Melodee . . . Jones. Michael .... Jones. Nanci ........ Jones, Dr. Paul R. Jones. Randy ,.... Jones. Sharon .... Jones. Trrn ..... 384 339 424 .64 I3l 384 34I 253 . .2 .86 34l .38 384 202 384 .80 278 356 384 384 .384 .355 .4l3 .384 .384 .384 .384 384 355 266 .303 .384 .355 .269 .384 .384 . l I l .384 .244 .256 384 .338 385 385 .240 3l6 .385 .385 .385 .266 .385 .265 .242 .385 .385 .326 385 357 .385 .3I3 .345 .385 .385 ..80 .385 . 385 .355 .385 ..80 .4l3 .3l5 385 .385 .385 .385 .385 .385 .385 .385 .385 . 385 385 . .80 ..80 .385 .385 ..55 .385 335 .385 .385 .385 365 .385 .385 .ll0 .i48 .385 ....326 ......298 385 ......385 ........254 385 385 385 385 385 .80 348 385 385 Jordan. Bruce . .... Jordan. Melvin ........ . . . Jordan. Dr. Terry G ...... . Journalism. Department ot ..... ..... Josselyn. Harlan ............ Judkins. Cleetis . ....... .. Judson. Lewis Judy. Dr. Dale .... Judy. Robert D ........ Jun. Nancy ............ Jungiohan. Mrs. Barbara ................... Jungman. Jean Ann ....... 356. 360. 362. 363. Justice.Kenneth.. .... ..... Justice, Richard ... ...,..,......... .... K Kamp, Dr. H. W ..... .,.. Kamp. Linda ...... Kamp. Pete ..... Kane. Mike ... Kantor. Jan ... Kaplan. Steve . .. Kappa Alpha ... Kappa Delta .... Kappa Delta Pi .... Kappa Sigma . .. Kappus. John... Karlen. Frieda... Karlen. Judy ...... Kastritsis. Patricia. . Kay. Denise ..... Kearney. Julia .. Keating. Susan .. . Keaton. Larry ....... Keeton. l. Carlene .... Ketter. Lindsay ..... Keglovits. Mary ..... Kellar. Loren G ...... Keller. Mike ...... Kelley. Mike .... Kelly. Kathleen . . Kelly. Kevin ...... Kelly. Rosa L ....... Kelly. Virginia ........ Keith. Layton 8. Jr .... Keithly. Leslie ...... Kemp. Garry ......... Kemp. Larry ........... Kendall Hall Association . Kennard. Linda ...... Kennedy. Patricia .... Kennedy. Ron ...... Kennedy. Tim ...... Kennemer. Kandy . . . ......... .234. 274. f f f 346. fff.'iA6. .. . .24B. ffffirii. .'f.'fii6. .f.'fi5A. ....240. ...8I. ....I64. ...99. ...'fa'i'd,'i3fi ffiid . . . .238 Kephart, Leslie ....................... . . .. Kerr Hall-West Association . . . Kester. Greg ......... . . . . Kester. Marian ..... . . . Key. Dr. Howard C. Kiel. Bill ........... . . Kiker. Smith ........ Killdrigh. Floyd . . . Killian. Mickie .... Killings. Evelyn Yvonne Killion. Joy ...... Kim. Joonsoo ... Kimball. Betsy .... King. Alireda .... King. Barry ..... King. Berney .... King. Betsy ..... King. Carolyn . .. King. Harve .. King. Helen .. King. Johnnie . King. Kay ...... King. Mark ...... King. Michael J ..... King. Pat ........ King. Sharon .... Kingery. Dwane . Kinsey. Laura . .. Kerwan, Gary .......... Kitchen. Pamela .......... Kite. Nancy .............. Kirkpatrick. Herbert T. ll . .. Kirkpatrick. Joe-Beth ...... Kivchen. David ..... Klammer. Dr. Thomas . Klar. Debra K. .... .. Klasen. Richard ...... Kleinsteuber. Charles. . Kline. Gerald ...... Kline. Michael ...... Kneese. Karen Sue .... Knezck. Kay ........ Knight. Daniel D ..... Knop. Maxine ..... Knott. Betty Ora .. Knox, Bill ....... Knox. Lee J ....... Knox. Torn .......... KNTU .............. Kobe. Dr. Donald H .... Kohutek. Betty ...... Kooker. Dr. Earl ........ Koonce. Dr. Tommy R. .. Koons. Kristine ........ Kopecky. Marti ...... Korbs. Karen ..... Korkmas. Debbie .. Kornegay. Bob .... Korth. Vicki. . . . . . . Korzinski. Mollie .. . Kotecki. Claudia. .. .'.'.'f.h'i'.'5A4 ....67. ....236. 324. 328 385 .80 .49 280 348 306 386 386 .37 386 386 386 .BI 386 274 .50 .386 .256 26l 249 .342 .264 386 .386 .386 .l6l .386 363 .386 386 .386 . .34 386 349 .256 309 .386 .386 .386 386 .4l3 .313 386 .259 .318 386 386 .265 .259 386 .387 .3l9 .387 .332 .355 . .BI .256 365 .326 .387 .387 .387 .3I5 .340 .387 . .57 . l89 .3I9 .266 . .36 246 .254 .387 .387 .387 293 .248 . 169 .387 .4l3 .387 .234 .387 .387 .....387 .....26l .......305 ....236. . .... 248. 29l. 387 .387 ..8I .4l3 .387 .387 387 .387 3l5 4l3 26l .48 387 36I .8I 342 .8l .8l 387 387 387 387 387 3II 387 387 Kratz. Collin .. .. . . Kratz, Karl ............... Krebsbach. Marvin Dean. Jr Kremer. Nancy ........... Kresse. Susan ............ Krishnan. Dr. Rappal .... Krottoz. Dana ........ Kublaski. Mark Kuchler. Rick ..... Kuehn, David .... Kunkel. Juli ..... Kirnoisky. Bill .... Kunotsky. Morris. . Kutin. Richard ... Kutsky. Diane ...... Kuykendall. Patsy ..... Kyle. Larry ........ ..... L LaBay. Joe E ..... .... Lacroix. Nell .. . Lacy. Billie .... La Due, Craig . . . La Due. Skeeter .... La Fleur. Richard ..... Laiche. Rachel ..... Lain. Joyce Ann.. Laing. David... Laird. Cathy ......... Laird. Jan .............. Laird. Stephen Douglas . . . Laman. Jane .......... Lambda Chi Alpha . . Lambenti. Mark .... Lamme. David ....... La Mothe. David .... Land. Michael ...... Landers. Jo Delle ..... Lane. Brenda ....... Lane. Edward .... Lane. Ken ..... Lane. Patti .... Lane. Todd K. ... Laney. Walter ..... Langford. Lyndon... Langston. Larry . . . . Lark. James Hill Larkins. Herb ..... Larson. Dr. George.. Lassetter. Steve . . . . Lassiter, Bram .... Lather. James .. . Lathrop. Bruce Latimer. Dennis . .. Latham, Dr. Wm ..... Lauck. Joe ....... . Laughlin. Jones .... Laughlin. Sally ...... Lawley. Mary Jane . Lawley. James ...... Lawrence, April ... Lawrence. Brenda . . Lawrence. Clark ... Lawrence. Jean .. Lawson. Bill ...... Lawson. David . . . Lawson. Linda .... Lawyer. Sally .... Lea. Kristy ....... Leach. Deborah E .... Leach. Dr. Georgia .. Leak. Fred ........ Leath. Helen ..... Lebetter, Billy D. .. Lee. Chuck ...... Lee. David -... Lee. Johnny . .. Lea. Marvin ..... Leggett. Linda ....... Leggett, Richard .... Lehew. Steve ...... Lehrmann. Gail .... Leith. Sara ...... Lernrnon. Mike . .. Leon. Roger ....... Leonard. Blossom .... Leonard. Elliott ..... Leonard. Pam .... Lescallet. Bruce .... Lester. Lebland ..... Leuetten. Brenda . . . Leoacy. Robt ..... Levine. Elaine. .. Levinski. Robin . . . Levit. Gary .... Lewis. Dave .... Lewis. David . . . Lewis. Fayetta . . . Lewis. Jean ...... Lewis. Lulia M .... Lewis. Tommy .... Lewis. Weston ..... Lightening. Johnny .... Lilley. Bob ......... Lilli. Mary ....... Lilly. Barbara ...... Lim. Alexis Paulette . .. Lindemann. Mark... Lindley. Edith ...... Lindley. Michael .... Lindsay. Tom .... Lindsey. Jim .... Linter. Gail ..... Lipinsky. Jay ..... Lipscomb. Lee ..... Lipscomb. Suzanne .... Lister. 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John T.. .. . Woodruif. Jackie .... , Woods. Ann ...... . Woods. Beverly ..... .... Woods, Frederick ... .... Woods. Gary ....... .... Woods. Nancy J. Woods. Terry ..... Woods. Winitred .... .... Woodward. Bill , .... .. . . Woodward. Bonnie ... .. Woodward. Cindy ..... , Woolsey, Jennifer . . . , Woosley. Marylon . Wooten. David .... Wooten, Jana. . . 254 409 274 i327 409 410 .84 410 292 342 234 410 410 410 .84 410 410 331 373 410 410 238 410 410 348 261 336 342 410 410 324 349 410 285 349 363 238 410 .84 293 293 410 266 410 410 410 410 410 410 410 410 410 256 410 256 254 410 136 238 313 413 266 .410 Wooten. Michelle .. Wooten, Mitchell ...... Workman, Micheal K. ,. Works. Tricia ........ Wartharn, Barry .... Wright. Charlie ........ Wright. Dr. Georgia Ellen .. Wright, John .......... Wright. Kathy , ....... . Wright. Wright. Wright. Wright. Wuther Wyatt. Wyatt. Wyatt. Wylie. Lora O ....... Mary ......... Mary Clayton... Nancy ........ ich. Dennis Bob .... Hall . . . Kathryn . . Robert .... Wynn. Greg . . . . . Yaige, David .... Yager. Yance. Yancey. Mark ..... ., Dan . .,,..... . Donna June ... Yardley, Barbara ..... Ya rnell. Sharyn ... Yates. Karen ...... GaryA. Y Yeargin. Richard . .. Yeric, Dr. Jerry .... Yew. Hung Tze . . . Young. Beverly ..... Young. Denise ...... Young. Judy Kaye .... Young. Robert A. . . . . Young. Roberta .... Young. Suzanne .. Young. Tim , .... . Youngblood. Olivia . Younse. Danny ..... Yount. Gary W ..... Yucca .......... Yucca Beauties ,.... Zaccarello. Alice . . . . . . . . , . , Zachry. Aubrey .... Zalkowsky. Charlie .. Zeiler. Pat ....... Zeta Tau Alpha ,..,..., Zgabay. Pat ...........,.. Zimmerman. Dr. Earl 6. . Zuniga. Jeannie ...,...,. Zimmerman. Steve - . , .. Zylstra. Lora . . . .. ..........297 Shi .342-. Ei-Li ....84 ,jffiii ....17a. iam .......264. fffffidif .....360 .....362 .....246 . . f f fi-is 410 266 410 410 266 361 272 308 265 252 .84 320 315 410 410 .55 190 410 410 272 185 265 256 410 343 410 360 410 410 .84 292 232 250 411 411 411 411 285 411 411 411 363 130 .39 411 261 290 411 247 411 ...,.42. 84 429 41 1 270 349 430 YUCCA Stoll Ediror-in-Chief .... . Slalil edilorsz Universily .... Honors ....... . . . . . .Evelyn Fisher . . . . .Cecil Clill .Cheryl Coggins Virgie Cooper Irilroduclion, Closing ...... Rulhie l'leil Greeks .............. Classes Sporls ...... Involvemenl ..... . . . Organizalions . Index, Beauries Phorographers: Don Roberson Donovan Reese Mark Yeager . . . .Jana Jones . . . .Vickie Lord . . . . .John Penn .Joe Bob Richie Julian Rodriguez .Cindy Simpson Special Credits Color pholographs by Smilh Kiker, Jr. lp. Il, Don Roberson lpp. 2-3, 7, I6, I7, I8, 20-2I, 22, 24-25, I32, I34, l35, I36, I39, I40, 96, 97, 9Bl, Julie Kear- ney lpp. 8-9, I2l, Donovan Reese lpp. I4-I5l, Roy Bray lpp. I33, I37, I38, I4Il. Special color elfecl on page 23 by Gary Keller. Fealure copy by Bob Blackmon lpp. 29-30l, Enid Hescock lpp. l00-IOIl, Jo Murphy lp. I06l, Mike Mercer lp. I I7l. Thanks ro Mrs. Junella Davis and C. E. Shulord lor help wilh learure copy. Specificolions The I972 YUCCA's press run was 3,500 copies. The paper used on Ihe 432 pages was S. D. Warren's Hi-opaciry marie. Headlines were in Fulura Book and body copy was ser in I2 poinlr vogue wilh cuI'lines in I0 poinl' vogue bold. Division pages were a combina- lion of ar'r conversions and duolone prinls. The cover was a fone line prinl wiih applied colors added. II' was prinfed by 'rhe durolilh process, Taylor Publishing Co. ol Dallas prinled Jrhe YUCCA. Lab Technicians: Larry Provarl Julie Kearney Janis Will Olher sialic members: Kara Lee Selman Mike Mercer Carol Wessley .......Roy Bray, Gary Keller, Olis Smilh, James Fredd, Bill While. Smirh Kiker, Julie Kearney, Larry Provarl ...........Ernesline Farr ....Smi+h Kiker, Jr. Olher phorographers .... Adviser ......... Pholog raphy adviser Permission for "We've Only Jusr Begun" granled by Irving Music, Inc. Copyrighl, I970. Words by Paul Williams - music by Roger Nichols. "You've Gol a Friend" words and music by Carole King, Copyrighl I97I, Screen Gemes - Columbia Music, Inc., 7Il Fiflh Avenue, New York, N. Y. I0022. Used by per- mission. All righls reserved. 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