University of Oklahoma ROTC - Lieutenant Yearbook (Norman, OK)

 - Class of 1971

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n l 1 1' Q U Q 11 w w K n n i 1 1 I i , W , 1 I x I X? ., 0U X . N .... - Z in -H? r: .-:, A En-T . :1 ?l'.'.I:lFif::lil. FILE 1 E. " -'si ' fe' l THE LIEUTENANT '71 Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps University of Oklahoma Donald W. Burk, Editor Vol. 4 Potpourri . Do your best, thats all thats expected . . . and that is whatl have tried to do this year, but you, the students, will decide ifit was worth it. The book is finished, and as I look over old cgp and layouts the only question that I think about is, "Will thi students like it?" I was extremely fortunate this year in having an all volun- teer staff. They sold more advertising this year than in previ- ous years, and that is what made it possible to give you THE LIEUTENANT 1971. Sponsors Captain Holmes - thanks for your support and advice - and Cathy Sublett, I hopg 1 didn't give you too much trouble with those head shots. Tony Clark deserves special thanks, he held the staff togeth- er for selling advertising and accomplished many tedious jobs, Colonel Land, thanks for signing the printing contract and taking such an interest in the progress of the book. The cadre who helped me cut corners - thanks. Special thanks goes to a person who only a few of you know, Mark Miller. Without him we probably wouldn't have had a book this year. ' All in all, it was a lot of work, but fun, and I wouldn't have had it any other way. Don Burk C on ten ts Dedication ............. . 4 Leadership-K ey to Success . . 5 Summer Camp 1970 . . I7 Cadre dt Brigade . . . 25 Organizations . . 31 39 Edit Without Words . . . 49 Advertising . .. 53 Cadets ........... . . Nami 'P midi WMF Wil me Wm Wm mTHE 'Mm hupel .tm usjohs. actand uewdre nknow, ehada it have rn Burk 25 31 39 49 53 T0 A Person Who as Lzstenea' And H ehned ver 2,500 Cadets Twenty years and over 2,500 cadets ago Betty Ross came to the Army ROTC department at the University of Oklahoma. She has seen so many cadets become offi- cers that names are forgotten, but the faces will always be a part of her memory. "Looking back over the number of students I've seen graduate with commissions, I have no difficulty remem- bering their faces or problems. But, when they walk up on the stage to receive those gold bars, I just can't re- member all of those names." To some of the students she is just the woman in charge of room 7, where you go to pick-up your check, but to many she is the woman who listens to your prob- lems and gives you advice about what to do about them. She understands and tries to help in any way possible. Mrs. Ross has served the department since 1951, and is the chief military personnel clerk. Along with seeing so many young men receive their commissions she has wit- nessed her two sons, Lanny in 1958, and John in 1967, receive their commissions at GU. "Working here has certainly been a rewarding experi- ence . . . after I have worked with these young men for several years, a few of them will write to me after their graduation. Sometimes I will arrive at work and have a box of candy with a note on it from some graduate? The staff of THE LIEUTENANT 1971, the cadets in the program, and the past 2,500 students who have re- ceived their commission and have known you, we can only repay you in a small way for so much work and devotion on your part, we dedicate this book, THE LIEUTENANT 1971, to you, Mrs. Ross, with the deep- est respect and thanks. THE LIEUTENANTI971 Dedzcaled To BETT ROSS W4 4- '-ma. . - 1 1 4 . I , . w I , -,,..- . 4 . 4 L f r.,w .4 MQ,-. .-f. 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' 4 ty "'- H wif-" k ,-Z 6.925 .MV44 :,:K1'.'f.-41-.44, .f -4.23-ig,-f ,Z -.1 4 134'-..-",?f,' ,',.-iff-4 -x ,f 4 .,.'l..g -Q--T,-.4,gg.' uv-,4-5.A4g1:f W- - f. ,-f .- w,jf.4f f' "t52.",'4-5.-3.4 '-.1-.X ' -'f 4 . .X .I,.,1 L 4... ,' ' 1 , f sf ' 4 1 f' ' . , 1: L 4 s.. 4 x ,,.f-f""" I li, wr-X-- ,,....fv .X . , X, fi I .f x 1 f J" ,ff LEADER HIP KE T0 SUCCESS From The F irsl Drill - T 0 The Final Arrriea' Forces Day . Freshmen and sophomore cadets look sharp during the first drills of the semester as they learn facing movements and military discipline. x N A. x et NCO s Vernon A. Vollertsen and Bruc e G. Allen go over the attendance rolls and drill lesson for the dny after at standard inspection. learn 91 X X X SNQXXR N Ns Q" Q, :gt as QD . t Q3 t masks i ,sis s at t 1 . f . XX. Q X 5 xx During the LDC train fire seniors Larry Heon and Toy V. Ligon receive last minute instructions before taking over the range -:M I Lt. Gen. Peers attended last year's Armed Forces Day program which was held in Owen stadium. Here Lt. Gen. Peers walks through the ranks ofthe cadets receiving awards to congratulate them. 7 f M i I . A ED UCA TIUN Is The Key Y' wa, ff' :iv If 1-X I 1- .- .1 25223 se l A Y A A' 9 .... -9 Q I A3 Y A , tl ,1 ..S I +2.44 1 rc. EL ff! 5 i 1 .sup , 4 ' 9 I 132 ..,-fp. V .11 vi? x , an ' ' 'tual' Aw. .TN11 - ' '1f".5"' ' , ,Q .,1.'ff: , lx' . f '- f. , ' . 5 S , ., i . KLINGER .J lu - Q-Lx f f 4 x, U I .. Qu. Q42 ik X kg, M' F ' Q wah xx X B -I Cadets l Experzenee Helicopter Air Show W ' "WE , V -a xmas, is - F Qin " 'Qrxfzrif ?K!97!Q:X,,-K x. ' ' 3-sf' . vif3.f1 C , V A if,f,,, " 2 W 'fififg . Ln- I '-"' 4 .Y ., X lv V ' ' x , I ri . t'. A A il ilej 9' A The Bell Huey Cobra was one of the main attractions at the "Static A1rcraftD1splay" ', T41 352 in the fall drill session. The Cobra is the world's finest weapon helicopter. V !'. .9 i" 11W 3 i ,Z A 5 ' ' 45,55 1 ., fl-'if - K- QV A. ,. 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As the sun set the five helicopters started their rotors and departed. lO X v if Fi plififlif' .. maint , ,,......-a-snail Last year's Honorary Cadet Colonel, one smiling Alida Zwaan, sits up in the front seat of the Bell Huey Cobra wondering if blondes have more fun. 41asSP0c' i ii+ "Gentlemen, this helicopter holds the altitude record of36,000 feet for all rotary-wing aircraft 1 1 -. ...-g..-....--q4,.:, M .ff "-...':1 ,.., .f,...,.-,., -.-V, . .. ecision Tim e . . . S h 0 u la' I G0 A CZIVCU1 C 6? as I e n on ' . ' 1 f, l p , , 2 X N., Qw J ' ' l ' ' . uglori 1nvo ved in Leadershlp Development Course QLDCJ prepare for the upcomlng summer Camp. During individual tzicilcal XIHIUIUS L ca ets earn the proper way to crawl under wire and over barbed wire, ommissioning ' 'I r . .i x Q K 3 r E 5 'A ,iw . Qfhmxr wz V ef fffff' ,V ,,,, , Z' "y'V'fl , ,, Whmj ,, f ' ,wwf f s gf, ,,Vr Z ,i 13.7 I ,, , ,, , , , , , , , , Q' , I - i I , , . gold, Mom and big brother," says newly commissioned second Lieutenant Mark V. Miller, who is now on tour in Germany 3-1 . Ay. J N .. X , CONGR Fw in Dream F ulmlled ,few Q15 Om Cutting the traditional cake at the reception following June commissioning C second Lieutenant Chester Ross and his mother, Mrs. Chester Ross. ,F J ,mg :Ml . 'v .. ctw! t , t Q X xy, X , 4' 1 :rx wig? Est ' r ,I - WL V224 fm W Q' . ,J 1 ' 'N i ..,. ilgggtxe .ig 2 K. ig K, it 'Nl lu Kalki X35 3 W X Q 'f 'sf li ff e all it at 'Ki is .. x .,,,,.,s 4,-'A 1 if iw-ts' . Al, 'td ,l 'l QRS M3 S' X . sg is lx!!!-3 , l ,NY 5 Lexington was the setting of this year's train fire. Juniors enrolled in LDC fired nine rounds with the M-14. O R OTC Dmferent . . . ut Rewarding 1 it sz f' Basic corps cadets as well as advance cadets enjoy participation in Brigade activities like the Honorary Cadet Colonel linalists selection. Eight were selected to represent the Army ROTC department at OU. 14 l I sl Q, L A H 1 u K 'x 4, ,i ight girb 1 W' r ni .,,,,,...f' Once a cadet reaches his senior year he is given a rank and a leadership position, which prepares him for his active duty tour. X R It is very likely that you might see a Honorary Lt. Colonel like last year's Mere dith Eubanks, ifyou do remember to smile and salute. 15 N, ' . - 7- . gm, t gig Y 'L' 1 Q l 'Z f 1 f s , . , -M" V I f it Q 'I ,X x i lux cf X ' 5 ' 5 9' WJ A "' K J if Y' 4 ' ' X. s was-.4 1 x - f K ' '32 .,.,.1 I , Q .vi r , ik! ' 1 r - Q.. 'X l I "Did you clean your weapon this week, Mr. Tisdal'?" says senior "While at the position of attention your eyes are looking straight Stephen E. Tilghman, as he inspects the butt plate of his M- 14 rifle. ahead and your head doesn't move," seems to be the thoughts going through these cadets minds. From Cadet To Lieutenant Th Lleilfgsglgon Whlle ln the ROTC Pfogfam f0rmally ends here and the education received on active duty takes ox er is t idtts irc sworn in as set ond X usual- Ms --- - , y ' 1 1 - x. 1 1 1 x - v 1 ' ' ' C N C x C ' x C x N N , YY, - - . . -- "tl 12 " I - .L ' ' 1' 1 ' .' l 'V ' LQ '- "f:.'.-'.,L...fIr -. ,Lf-P L-V' -r-1'3"-' 43' " "' HV ' ' - - -' 4' -'91 "2 " .'7'1' Y ' -HT--Jl'-',i l-L::'.f-1ifL':lss-2-Lf--9.-a.-.VV..-H.-. H. '-A 5 ' - ' - 1 -' 'QQ :if 15- "e " "" .- ' ' .L-:,--Q ...s1.-m.-,.Y.,-- 5, fn! 4' LQ 34' 1 -ng la "5'!f A -3. ,:r"" -Q, ir I K? 'wg' 'fi 'X 3 was VXQ. ' NN! ,Q X! X Camp Eagle Changes Cadets To ffcers For six weeks in June and July, advanced course cadets returned to nature. The place was the sunny foothills of Fort Sill. The occasion was summer camp. mmer cam is that recreational experience which Su p teaches cadets an appreciation for the finer things in life, along with the experience to lead. Things like a soft breeze, cool water or a chance to rest, take on new meaning to any- one that has been to this camp. The cadets were able to witness the beauty of the sunrise again and again and again. Occasionally they would sleep under the stars and on top of cactus, sharing their bed with whatever crawled on the ground. During the six week stay these future lieutenants were exposed to many of the weapons and tactics used by the Army today. The cadets fired everything from hand weap- ons to mortars to howitzers. Through the use of rotating leadership positions, these young men learned what it takes to lead others. More im- portantly, they learned what it feels like to be the follower . . . the enlisted man on the bottom of the pile. By placing him in a follower role, summer camp gives the cadet an understanding which will make him a better leader IOITIOITOW . Lt. Colonel Carrillo, who was in charge of the tactics committee at Ft. Sill during summer camp, talks with cadets and gets their reactions as to the summer camp training. l l Q THE MILE RUN and it seems s - ' - . . .o lo ' b -' , , . - - ng Qui three mmlh of 'hc WHY lhwllgll. Duran v the wliyslcul combat proficiency test QPC PTH cadeib at summer camp wentthrou h mild l f 1 - ls I g P WYSICAI lftlIflll1g.PlhC milcrun wznslhc lust ol' thc exercises I8 L VV V V VV .-, i V .. VV V . V V. , .. V V. .V V . V .V.,. V.V - . ir 1' 2 'Q lf, . 2 .1 .3 A I ff . I1 K ,. .4 ' vi' 3 X K4 I' ggfkxlsgg --xt: t . "'N'1l'?f or fs: li -. .Mm Q. Til 2 VY sw -s Q 4 Q f Q W x i .XL , if gfgiy, g ffl N, 'W AY' While on the armor block of instruction, cadet Patrick Anthony climbs into the gunners position behind the .50 caliber machine gun in the ar- mored personnel carrier, CAPCj. The APCS are able to carry a squad of men, along with supplies and equipment. is -, . .fi X, ik x . lid - . 4, R. X xx' . . :fs A . L 4, . ,o Lov- K' WA, Kgw-N M. sa! 'M u a 6 N 5 f Cadets also received instruction usefullness of tank support. N . i at - Q . X swf y - rs xox, X, fs , .1 sp . a, . VX Y xx . . X X Q s 3 - . .t.. N aw X x U x XS it . gxxgoy XX, r ,xx 0 so ss' S 1 so ,.ss if v on the OPCTHUOI1 ol' tanks. l-lcrc cadets stand around the tank turret while NCOS twplzlill Hrs lwwemmd TO -1 'foam .sw 1 i'l ii 1 4 4 O O. I I X Y fl? A 1 vw ' I I' I , a f v- ,. W 5. 4 it C it if L. rs si H ,Tri in - a of I x 5 5. N. sf rs Just this lheil n in the ar- ff. ' ' . "' 5 u 1 5 I s ,ki X t i 'S- Sr- a in-s X f g 0 . . .e"S'.2 'fi S A if aff x ai Nsggliilywxk 4 , f , 4' . . 5 t , 55,4 xi ,Zi 5 X'.s,v3f,qi' E ,g t ft' .gd r .t1v.,lzfs1 ji, . A 4, H, x ,Q - , . 21-:+'..s.g,.-W , swf .1 2 A f'f','! fv""f"' .'f - ' ' Q. K . ' 9 s-,Q V .if ,xl pry c. '3 - X D Just before getting ambushed by a group of M-60 machine guns, this squad advances down the trail with sight and sound guiding their advance. t si A ..,,g5,1.,s1"i"y",fig!' 1 fs Z V ' I -v-Q . t .M,,,,g,-" gi L ' Y Q . ,,-uf?" One of the most tedious jobs that everybody has, and hates to have, is KP. When on KP duty the cadet receives instruction on cleaning pots and pans, along with other "enjoyable" tasks. -' kr , f -2 T . t ' 3 f X Hrigade ChO0Ses mmfafy Colonel Hon J3UiS Butler orary Cadet Colonel Mary Bell Honorary Cadet Lt. Colonel Vllrrs A 'l lu -i llltm .i H ll rlilnl lil rnrlvl lygxiwl P HVIVU lxlvlltm IGH ll l X " ' K .ltlrl Alglldl' Janis B11 majorin tion. Sh ly since the AFIH Chi Ornn Mary 3' major ar Phi socia year's ti yearbook nior fr Illinois. Chris Ai from Sk majoring ment. Sh Omega s year's top Helen M cation m City. Shi up in the is a soph Delta I Sorority, I Janis Butler is a Norman junior majoring in elementary educa- tion. She has traveled extensive- ly since her father is a colonel in the Army. She is a member of Chi Omega social sorority. Mary Bell is an art education major and member of Pi Beta Phi social sorority. One of last year's finalists for the Sooner yearbook beauty, Mary is a ju- nior from Lincolnwood, Illinois. Chris Aubrey is a sophomore from Skiatook, Okla., and is majoring in early child develop- ment. She is a member of Chi Omega sorority and one of last year's top freshmen. Helen Melton is a speech edu- cation major from Oklahoma City. She was the first runner- up in the Miss OU Pageant and is a sophomore and member of Delta Delta Delta social sorority. Laura Ungerleider Kendra Widner ' Honorary Cadet Major Honorarb' Cadet MHJOT Karen Price Jeri Seale Honorary Cadet Major Honorary Cadet Maj or Karen Price is an elementary education major with a special interest in art. She is a junior and a member of Gamma Phi Beta social sorority and comes from a military family. Jeri' Seale is a Oklahoma City sophomore majoring in educa- tion. Jeri has been elected social chairman of her sorority, Delta Gamma, and takes part in many campus activities. Laura Ungerleider is a Skokie, Illinois, sophomore, majoring in education. She hopes to be- come an elementary school teacher in Chicago and is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi social sorority. Kendra Widner is a junior from Racine, Wisconsin. Previously a drama major, Kendra is now in elementary education. Ken- dra's interests include sports, politics and acting. f I . x 3' kg 'Q B M I A 'Q' 1.1 g 5 xr l I P , I I i as N I 0 . A , 4 . sr . K .K O 4, I K .. Qi 'B .,,fQF5-,155 1 ' I 1 ' N M N' iw iw M Q3 x X. Wm ' 2 M YL' ,Qin 2 1 .,,. , . X 1 4 bl. www' ,wwww S K 1 , i , 6, has 4, Q gxx' X 'S Q N X NF Cx N , X g ii-Ns x NE, , X., .A X Qu wx. 2. qv- XX . ,.- ,f,3. .. . qv, - vs , ., gs 4? .A 'K ' , ,lf , 'Q K,j.'f"N 1 , 'EJB' wx M. .X-, Q U. 2 I fk,-.I ,K r . - L, Q ,--,,f1,,, -f u 33,3 d,'-+,.x- wry. Q. V nv. ' xve Q vb fy Ball "-W '.-5:13 ,, . JC 4 L M ' -'MW Ye, f,, 'ij '14 Q. .1. ,,.....,. -' wg,-H, 1. - fa, . ',..-.4 .- 'a- '-bw? ,r--,Ny ' wi, .-,. 1,1 Ln N135 , ,xM,..,nA , 5- .f9.fff7F. M1 ,il'1' W. -xg' -'.'?::fa 1i'2ff1:zif"'u. an - I: ' " X-TY ww gif?-15 4- ' rf in-1' . , ,..,.QN ,. 'f Ava CA DRE 2 A Q ...' m 1 m -mn., A K 3' .NA I P I, ., , , - "L 5 1 ' ,x x ff 3 ,Q ,V A , . J 'Q Q55 f 3 Q ,hz " 1252 , .y 1, a+- -1, -.f5"fN7' ., xg? H? P1 ,JK Q- .H - ' 'N Q L - .K A3 IW, ' My H QW.-,x , , A N ml'-.wuz . X lx I di BRIGADE 5. A COLONEL LAND 4 Colonel Land Changes Army Roto Program In the second year as Professor of Military Science at the University of Oklahoma, Colonel Leroy C. Land brought about new changes into the ROTC program. This included a change in the advanced program with a reduction in class- room hours. Colonel Land is also in the process of remap- ing the program at OU. Before Colonel Land assumed command at OU he had been on tour in Germany and Vietnam. Colonel Land entered military service in 1940 after grad- uating from Utah State Agricultural College where he re- ceived a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He also received a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from California Institute of Technology in 1948. Colonel Land is a field artilleryman and has served in various command and staff assignments. He has been sta- tioned in Italy, Germany, Alaska, Korea and Vietnam. Colonel Land holds 17 United States and eight foreign decorations which include four Legions of Merit, the Bronze Star, the Air Medal, the Joint Services Commenda- tion Medal and two Army Commendation Medals. 'i Colonel Land Sir r' - . . . . . . Colonel Land Sir the camera is ovc ' ' . . rh . . . . fl by these beautiful finalists at the queen Selection 1 ere. Oh well, believe it or not even colontls .nrt hunmn when they .nt surroundd ?6 22' v LTC Arif Assoc' s iff I1 l 1 21 .r-f 1" is. .- ,. ,. H, ., 1 1 uwhat sm, Stung lid S it the Ullghr .uded class. map- 2 had grad- IC re. C also :ering 'ed in n sta- :reign Q the enda- ded log. -ww s A in XO,-sr A LTC Armando Carrillo Major Robert Armstrong Major Forrest Hearn Major Edward S. Capt. J ohn A. Haddick Associate PMS Commandant of Cadets Associate PMS McDonald Assistant PMS Associate PMS Cadre Responsible for Teaching S Capt. Howard W. Hill Assistant PMS G36 Capt. William A. Holmes "What seems to be the problem Mr. Turner?,' asks Major Armstrong, Commandant of Cadets. Major Arm- I Assistant PMS strong handles all administrative matters as well as cadet's personal problems. "Now this is how we did it last year," remarks Major McDonald during a Tuesday afternoon drill to three new offi- cers Capt. Haddick, Major Armstrong, and Capt. Hill. First semester Brigade C0mmander, Cadet Colonel James Shirey is a sociology major and member of Kappa Sigma fraternity. Though born in Norman, Jim has lived the typical "Army brata' life, moving from place to place, He plans to make the Army a career, choosing infrantry for his branch assignment. Jim participated in the flight pro- gram in conjunction with ROTC and was selected as a Dis- tinguished Military Student. C adel Brzgade Commanders Shoulder Command 9 Cadet Colonel Harry M. Turner took charge as the sec- ond semester Brigade Commander. Harry is a chemical engineering major from Dallas, Texas. After fulfilling his two year military obligation in Air Defense Artillery, he plans to return to graduate school to get his Masters Degree in engineering. Harry is a member of Sigma Tau, an honor- ary engineering society and was co-chairman for the Engi- neer Week Open House. He is also a member of S.A.M.E. and is a Distinguished Military Student. P8 J Planning Q11 mester 1 lltlnel Kappa 4 lived Place. 5fY for I pro- 3 Dis. va' Planning out the first semester drill programs are Cadet LTCs Steve La Boon, Drew Neville, Fred Streb and Cadet Colonel James Shirey, first se mester Brigade staff. , , - - ' A 'L H cond semester Brigade staff One of the blg Problems in the second semester was the LDC F leld Problem Exercise during a weekendsnca Lfrgrersin Luccock go Over plans for members Cadet Major Kraettli Eppersen, Cadet Major Don McCarty, C3561 COIOHCI HHTTY Turner an field Problems which will be taught. 5 H 4 . 'C 4 .if I te-he Ifkx. SGM George C. McCombs C hief Instructor 2 ff f.:-, f I R MSG Gerald E. Wynkoop Principal Drill Instructor I Y g . , 1- ,gf 0 SFC Wayne L. Bute Senior Instructor il wx. .. ,. , W a .. ..I.,. K .. .M sf ti W N' :ve-t X 1 St - 'ss-29" X K SFC Robert B. Hampton Administrative NCO SFC Irving E. Ross Supply Sergeant tg '4.,,4 ,gl 7 SSG Jimmy K. Howard Asst. Supply Sergeant NCQ, Office Staff ital I 'il4.LAHUTv? af: Pliitkiklllt me ontanom. sms HSGHWAY vtmmucs esvisice. Taking care of the drill records is a pretty big job. Here MSG Wynkoop and Joann Reynolds look over the drill rec- ord cards and discuss certain individuals. Qs Sis I I 13 .'i" E-' I X A . t tt rv I . Q zy - 1' f L X , RTIY T' in. S16 Bfvbby L. Hartless ssc Willie E. Putman SGT Thom1iSA. Bittle ssistant Instructor Asst. Administrative Asst. Administrative NCO NCO ' we Q Rt XX I W qt si i '. K R ,g i ig X W 'Ks t 'I lllgll fl -M-wr Ixm i ,rs .X 5 .X s Sits .. A . sre Q A dlp ,' . .tl i xx it ,Q M X ,Q X X .X Rita Cain Ela' ' - - - X- x'Subl6U Clerk Finiiritc Cgilms Sue lim"'S -"'1""' Rwwlits I l'lR1l21"l WU RM .Utiift-ttii'tv1S CC Crk TC'Cl7h0'l0filvrk IltiiiiiititiiivutionsVlvik tilcik Milttattd Vlclk bun x ' '-Bn J A -if! 54 K 11 rec- r .F Z"' ,gi z AQ-A .IE J -.4 22. .. in, J ,, .4 . ' 4' 1-1'..L5,,q-wfff' -Q, n., , -1- W ,Wm V :..H.a,'i,N .7-,- , "' H, 'AN 'M ., . 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" .- Wk ,., ..l .-Bs., g 1 .. - Standard and fancy drill are part of the Pershing Rifleman. Here members of Pershing Rifles demonstrate different drill patterns. ' ' 4 ' "To foster a spirit of friendship and coop- eration among men in the military depart- ment and to maintain a highly efficient drill company." This is the purpose of the Persh- ing Rifles as propounded by its distinguished founder in the early l890's. Pershing Rifles, national military fraterni- ty, is an' organization dedicated' to building men. Pershing Rifles teaches a -man self-dis- cipline. The military training received in Pershing Rifles is designed to make one an outstanding cadet. Pershing Rifles teaches the methods of fancy and standard drill, tac- tics and company administration that are needed by a young second lieutenant just graduated from college and ROTC. ' During the school year a Pershing Rifle- man takes part in pledge smokers, pledge party, Christmas and. New Year's"'get-to- gethers," Military Ball and the White Rose Ball the first semester and the Spring Ban- quet the second semester. All of these add up to a well-rounded social calendar. - Rigs!-:SNS lglglillis ' Flfst VOW5 Malflf Edward MCDOUHIG fzldvisorj, .lanicc lfinu, Richard Dr-nn, l indn lipps, Beth Tillman, Viflfle Hitflffg Huffmaasg h r?Ber,T Mgflilnlconkllngi Mf1J0f Robert A"mSlf0'lZl futlvisorl. Second row: 'l'homus O'Ncil, hlnrk Moss, RflSSCllxl'lil?Zelli ton Kemieth grim 81 eyil ar es Exantley, Carlos,Drocsc.hcr, xllnntly Weatherly, .Brian Mt't'onncll, lhirtl row: Glen Bom. U1lf5'5l"ltl' Llxixhflel Haalock R b Lmert emo? 0 eflwl- TCVVY ICCK, Tim C. hcncy. l-lrmn Nncci. lfourlh row: Steven Prior, kurt l'ru't'I'. l LIFO' llltlh-A "1 :hu , o ert ethgo, Ronald Belangcr, Kurt Robbins, Larry Mewcnsnhl. lfillh row: Mike Baulcx, Vliaiislcs Powell, Mark l'reem.1n..t Odell, Mike Dippel, Lowell Shannon, Kenny Wilkerson, .lf in an t21I'Y The annual itary B finalists Their C bank d leged in Socit prove tl training talks bf its to rn NJ, . SC-NBR .t Evllllix Qt Tllturmdr Fvunh 009. Min. drill fish. shed emi. 'ding E-dig. .Tl in IC an aches .tac- I are Q just Kille- .edge et-to- Rose Ban- dd up i l X , f' 4 L -' . -1 "kia i 5 I l l l .lafdingt IL Keith Lon Bal' Michael ull, John S cabbard dt Blade Sponsor Military Ball Scabbard and Blade brings together cadets from all branches of the military in an effort to develop leadership. Membership in this national honorary society is based on both military and academic excellence. The organization is designed to foster understanding of the obligations of citi- zenship and to prepare it's members to be better officers in meeting their mili- tary obligation. Thecadets of Scabbard and Blade annually sponsor the Army ROTC Mil- itary Ball, and the selection of the eight finalists for Honorary Cadet Colonel. Their other projects range from blood bank drives to helping the underprivi- leged in and around Norman. Society members endeavor to im- prove their military skills through extra training activities, company-sponsored talks by officers on active duty and vis- its to military bases. E 'ia Before the Military Ball this scene was a common one for members of Scabbard and Blade. They planned and arranged the Military Ball along with other activities. ' - F ' Ti? J . .. . l ll! SCABBARD 81. BLADE - First row: LTC Armando Carrillo Qadvisorj, Thomas N. Luccock, Alan D. Rosenbaum, John E. Boyle, Thad H. Evans, Charles J. Fandell. Second row: Ralph R. Smith, Gary L. Moser. Gregg E. Turner. Stephen C. Simms, Charles P. W. Crowell, Steve A. Troutman. Third row: Gerald R. Wiseman, Jeffery A. Scoggins, Larry D. Schlecht, Benjamin F. Clark. Robert Arredondo, Michael J. Langford. Fourth row: Billy W. Callaway, Ronald D. Phillips. Grant Rogers, Addison Terry. 33 tajfSeZs li Record In 'l f A il 0 0 W , Q Advertzsmg ' Z ,H wx Q, i i A-f Fi? n '55 1 ,AA, , .A, , ,, ? f E - J 4.y,. f.f"" X . 'V One of the main jobs in putting out a yearbook is make-up. Here Bob Magnusson prepares rough layout designs that will be used in the yearbook. 3 E 1. V ' w., , I f , , N , I f 4 ,fx X N . f if X Q , x , 4 If .X , , I' C , 9 ik A ' K x f 4 J .a K 5 i ,i 1 -an 1 if Since adverlisin ' "" ' - ' the L . 11 wif, the bn 1 ro 5:1 -A -f H .i . . . lllllllg Slafi'in:ulverlisin1,ff'nI4..i-, .117 liw 0' 'IH' V'l"' l' 'MHA 'HHN 'JNL ""'L "" ll" I'-'r-IH-'H --l Mil. i mmi- l.ii1.u loin XN.lNllln'll1llQlK Ul fu . ,H ,Mun m.u1,:.irvi-'gil:gIupr.r,rllnn,.y,,hi,.,,I,,m,, luwmmmmvl 'Imp Qu aw QL X" ' -xl Q X is Along uitl ping photo 'N kallldw i xx' 1, H" lllvev 3 , t x LGS: x - Q E we A aI: 2 4 , g 1 be.. 5 'ch make-up. hat willbe 1 i y ,. E 1' . X 15, K, S. P running thC if xx l l Mmm AR T.-... 'N' mm fb' A ' ,, f N' ",'fy X5 5 xx. 1'-' --. X - y ff J-9' ..- M Nl A 'A i . ee"""'im sw, A' ' ' at",f"N K 'H it A A Along with advertising sales, Hal Stratton was well occupied with crop- ping photos for THE LIEUTENANT 1971. Our main goal this year was to give you a better book than in the last three years, only you can de- cide that. The year started with a new sponsor, a new printer, a new editor, and an all volunteer staff, which was small but achieved a new high in adver- tising sales. Advertising sales surpassed Sl,400, which made it possible for the new style of binding, two pages of four color and end sheets. Good times change into memories only too fast, we have tried to capture some of those memories, some are good and some you would like to forget. We really enjoyed giving this, THE LIEUTEN- ANT 1971, to you. Don Burk Bob Magnusson Robert Cherry Sam Rhodes Tony Clark Hal Stratton I Captain William Holmes and Mrs. Cathy Sublett were sponsors of THE LIEUTENANT 1971. Besides their tireless help and support they both helped with identifying cadets in photographs. A - ...-. g ...vw-. ,,,,- ,.,.-'g.f-..... - --- tae iff? ational CA PERS H eadquarlers at O U The coed affiliates of the Pershing rifles is a small but dedicated group of girls whose service to the ROTC is considered invaluable, They have been involved in a variety of service and charitable activities such as the annual Blood Drive and collecting for the Marshal State football team memorial fund. Led by one of the few female Generals in the United States, this national organization, head- quartered here at OU, is responsible for directing the activities of over 25 other female ROTC units on campuses all over the nation. They have performed this task in a most com- mendable manner this year, and we expect ,even better things in the future. ' Each year members of CAPERS help with signing up people for the annual Blood Drive. Here are Gwendolun Howell, Jessie Elder, Linda Grayson, and Paulette Kikugawa. CAPERS -- First row - :John CYD ' . , , , , ' roll Fancey, CH' clwbmlolyn -llowvll. I Imlzl lnauysmi, Pgmlvlh- 'XIKIIQELIWLI Scvnlnl mix ,li-ssw Flilcr, kay .l0hn50n' Sha ECS is a H Sefviq ll Blood lmlball iS in the 5 head. hl'0Cling FC units mst Cgm. CCI even First there is inspection . . . SW Then there is field problem discussion f by ' ln -' 'll x ft , 4 Q S f X I J R if We .' ' 1 ii-..A3:gfl-HSI: .gli Then there is battle drill . . . 37 K XX .X f Pass in review is a different experience whether one watches or participates, and both cadets and honorary cadets find this out during the last drill period of the first semester. ROTC . . . From Drill To F oolball A few smiles, a few frowns, as an LDC platoon rounds the corner by the duck pond where most of their drill periods are spent. We E l vc. f 1 GO GO GO, CAT , . ing the annual Arrf1:5lN1aIllAzr as the 'honorary cadets yell their hczuls ollmlura ARM Y IS lil' IN l'lllf AIR, 'lllfllf PASS. ANQ ll the game it wawadilfff. ykhflfa-To gdlllC. liven lhouglm the Army ltzulcls lllllllixl win VUMPI lf'l'lfl1 DURINLL UNF Ol" Tlllf FIRST l LAX .X , . ,ren Inf olflrllllor:ll:l1:lnp,g1':, Ulf llllllq, U 'XM lj hm Mk SMH hm. MEN the gnlmthcwwcn , ' . . l . ' laskzl rumors llml K oncll l ll K lurnllo would be hung Ill A uvxl Wm :W J' g V Tv?lg,ffjg'i?f Uifpii ...Q- , K" . -,, . '- ' ,-0i ,, 1,42 ,A .1 , :Jw Q vt' W 2, A if la' I ' 3' A, 0 V, , N, , ,P- A .iiff -v Q QV Q ...f - R M 4 . x- f V L,,Q",1 0 W nav.. if-td' 'y ' r' V. sl . phi H 4 -Q - .13 ' " ',n",s', 4' 'Q,,, r 3 , bf" 5' af' ' , ' 4' . fl'-1 ,u -. 9-4 5, I , H l 1 . C?, 9,5 4. ni xx , ,uw ww af X XX NX Mal - ,K-, ,We . ...Q Q .jfv ww M n , -mga g A. ' ' up . Q 6 2 ,wa ' NV, . pass -Jr: 9. fr .. K. 0' "Y M .4 ,pf Q , V frbpf M9 4 ' 5 .we f,. x ' ,. .zu ' 5 1- , P' 73,1 ,M 4' 'D at . G 'Q 7 aaf- Q nf Nw YA 0 X ' 'll N .9 9. a 'y 4 AJ w K gi 4. 5, 'A ., -X 5, . J X . ' ,. " N Q n ' fi V .eu b 4 .7 I ' 'H .1 ' , N .sfY.,f? ,. .Mfg 'rr , A -' .rw '3,5..,AJ'k A , 1 pn Q ' . ' N f v X ,ff 14- Nw- A-ff' 33 .su xx A WV 1 ' 2 Ll J .lxllllilfl Az ARMYROTC CADET -1971 Robert L. Abernathy, Junior Bruce G. Allen, Sophomore Terry Ray Alley, Freshman Terry L. Amend, Senior Drake Andarakes, Freshman Sidney L. Anderson, Senior Patrick J. Anthony, Senior Robert Arredondo, Senior Mancil W. Baccus, Sophomore Stephen L. Bailey, Freshman Norman A. Barker, Senior John W. Barksdale, Junior Jeffrey M. Bartel, Senior Lonnie Barton, Freshman Thomas W. Basham, Sophomore Gary E. Beadles, Junior John H. Beattie, Junior Glenn E. Beauchamp, Senior Roy L. Bell, Junior James H. Bellingham, Senior Stephen F. Bentley, Senior Robert P. Berg, Freshman Guy L. Berry, Senior William L. Berry, Freshman Bruce R. Bethers, Junior Bradd B. Bingman, Sophomore Brooks Earle Bingman, Senior Stephen R. Blanchard, Senior Charles T. Bolt, Senior Robert A. Bolt, Senior William L. Borden, Senior Dana S. Bousum, Senior Glenn R. Box, Freshman Robert A. Bradford, Junior Stephen J. Bradley, Senior Charles K. Brantley, Sophomore Jeffrey R. Breen, Senior Michael C. Brown, Freshman Grant E. Burget, Freshman Rick C. Brucker, Senior Donald W. Burk, Junior Dexter M. Bussey, Freshman Jimmy R. Cacy, Senior George B. Caldwell, Junior Michael D. Caldwell, Senior Billy W. Callaway, Senior Peter W. Carman, Senior John E. 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Chester, Sophomore James D. Chew, Junior Vernon G. Christian, Senior Chandler M. Church, Senior Benjamin F. Clark, Senior James A. Clark, Senior Joseph C. Coffey, Senior Lewis P. Colbert, Senior William F. Collins, Senior Michael C. Compton, Freshman Vanoe R. Conway, Sophomore Harry R. Cook, Senior Michael Cook, Freshman William R. Cook, Freshman John W. Cooper, Junior Gary L. Copeland, Freshman Roy L. Copeland, Freshman Bert W. Corbert, Freshman George B. Cox, Freshman Robert L. Cox, Junior Jerry C. Cramer, Senior Dan F. Criswell, Sophomore Braden R. Cross, Junior Charles P. W. Crowell, Senior Donald L. Crowell, Freshman Don R. Cunningham, Junior Hedin E. Daubenspeck, Junior Donald M. Davis, Junior Gary M. Dawson, Senior Philip C. Day, Sophomore Ronald L. Day, Senior Stephen S. Deal, Junior Richard L. Dean, Senior David R. Deason, Sophomore Donald L. Deason, Freshman Cyril D. DeLapp, Freshman Jack R. DeLong, Freshman John R. Dexter, Freshman Harry J. Diamond, Junior Charles M. Dippel, Sophomore Dewey D. Dobson, Junior Wallace E. Doran, Sophomore Danny W. Douglas, Junior Michael H. Dulan, Freshman Charles B. Elder, Sophomore Leslie W. Ellason, Junior Michael H. Ellis, Freshman Levoy C. Ellsworth, Junior Randy A. England, Sophomore Kraetti Q. Epperson, Senior William H. Epstein, Senior Randall D. Erickson, reshman joseph F. Eurton, S.enl0f Dale D. Evans, Senior Thad H. Evans, Senior Charles J. Fandell, Senior Jack C. Farris, Junior James R. F ritzgerald, Senior John N. Fleming, Sophomore Roy D. Folsom, Sophomore Edward J. Foster, Sophomore Thomas D. Fritz, Senior' Russell J. Frizzell, Sophomore William E. Gaddis, Junior Stephen L. Gandara, Sophomore Barry D. Gangwer, Senior Gary L. Gibbs, Freshman Bobby J. Gilbert, Sophomore Ernest H. Gilbert, Freshman Frank M. Graves, Senior Tom R. Gray, Sophomore Jeffrey C. Greene, Senior William H. Gresham, Junior Douglas M. Griffey, Freshman Michael-J. Hadlock, Sophomore Charles E. Haines, Senior Grace K. Hale, Freshman Kenneth L. Harding, Junior James A. Harris, Senior Donald L. Hendrick, Sophomore Lawrence M. Heon, Senior James H. Hiatt, Senior Larry C. High, Sophomore John R. Hill, Junior Kenneth K. Hill, Junior John M. Hite, Junior Arthur W. Hoffman, Freshman Linn E. Hogue, Junior John M. Holland, Junior Jimmie M. E. Hopkins, Freshman Thomas F. Hopkins, Junior Charles P. Horton, Senior George J. Hotchko, Junior Patrick D. Howard, Senior Robert D. Howe, Junior Peter M. Hronopulos, Freshman Laurence M. Huffman, Senior Thomas W. Hughes, Sophomore Wayne L. Hughes, Senior Ronald W. Hull, Freshman Craig A. Humphreys, Freshman Paul M. Hunter, Senior X . . it X . X 1 x X t' , mf . . g 3 - t -X A :As . g r, t X , is Y X . . -V XX ' 3 3 J N I XXX N 9 . s 5 'Q air... -' ' NX ., ,.,g.X4.X X, X X W AX Ns we , X - x as XX 'felis 135, .V - X X- .ne-V 3- X RSX X Q XfX 0X 44 4 gy P 4 X Y z 3' Y fx A ,XX - 'Rl X XQYXQ fzafsv : 2 : if X- . 'S X 2, 4 5? V 'f 'Q v 3 XX. 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Lee, Freshman Theodore W. Legatski, Junior Michael T. Lemonds, Junior Benjamin J. Leonik, Sophomore Robert A. Lethgo, Freshman Toy V. Ligon, Senior Douglas M. Livingston, Senior William R. Lobaugh, Sophomore Curt M. Long, Freshman Wyman D. Loveless, Junior Thomas N. Luccock, Senior Mark S. Lundquist, Freshman Charles A. Macklin, Sophomore David D. Magnin, Senior Robert G. Magnusson, Senior Joe R. Manning, Senior Stanley E. Manske, Senior David L. Marley, Junior Joseph H. Marshburn, Senior Gerald M. Martin, Senior Earl S. Marwil, Junior Robert M. Mason, Senior Charles E. McBee, Freshman Terril D. McBride, Senior John S. McCarter, Sophomore Donald S. McCarty, Senior Ross E. McClish, Junior Brian W. McConnell, Junior Michael C. McCurdy, Freshman Timothy J. McGhee, Freshman James D. McKenzie, Junior Barry A. McKinnis, Senior Billy H. McLaughlin, Senior Shane McLaury, Junior William L. McMurry, Junior Lawrence R. Meisenzahl, Freshman Billy D. Middleton, Senior Richard A. Mildren, Freshman David A. Miller, Junior Mark E. Monfort Junior Patrick R. Montgomery Soph0m0rC Douglas M. Moody Senior Robert L. Morris, Senior Gary L. Moser, Junior Steven K. Mullins, Freshman James O. Munn, Sophomore James W. Musser, Senior Brian Nacci, Junior William M. Neilson, Junior Frank G. Newcomb, Senior Jack L. Neville, Senior Joseph R Nevins, Senior John C. Nicholson Sophomore David J. Nobles, Junior John E. Northcutt, Senior John P. Odell Sophomore Steven G. Oliver Senior John J. O Meara, Junior Thomas J. O Neil, Senior Lynn R. Osborn Senior Michael W. O Shaughnessy Freshman Glenn W. Owens Junior Gerald M. Paine, Junior Randy O. Palmer, Freshman J. M. Parks, Junior William G. P. Patterson, Junior Terry M. Peck Freshman Jerry L. Perkey Freshman Stephen B. Peterson, Sophomore Ronald D. Phillips, Senior Calvin E. Pierce, Freshman Edward L. Poole, Freshman Kenith V. Pope, Freshman Robert W. Potts, Sophomore Clyde J. Powers, Freshman Bobby L. Price, Junior Kenneth K. Pricer, Freshman Charles L. Puckett, Senior Dale M. Quigley, Freshman Timothy M. Rains, Freshman John C. Reddell, Freshman James A. Redwine, Senior Gary W. Rhynes, Sophomore Sammy L. Rice, Freshman Steven A. Richards, Freshman Sidney E. Riley, Freshman John C. Roach, Sophomore John H. Robberson, Senior Thomas A. Roberts, Senior John H. Roe, Senior Grant H. Rogers, Senior Hoben J. Rogers, Senior Larry D. Rogers, Senior - .sfv-1 . ,MM 1, V f 6 X I f s 1 1 f Z wwf lf, Q f 1 ,V f f ii ' ' 'Tl Q X , f f f ,f 1 'A as 2 W f . ' 7 wg Pt 1 X ,Q '9 if 44 .4 ,I .mg I , af 7 fm A' . ' ' ' ' 'iii' 51' ' ' . M , I ' .5 7 yy, 3,1-f if I, ' 0 . f', , ', . f. 9 yy, . - , ., . , , . ,, .. Ef21v'L:5.I:.-1:2-, ., ,...., , -0 -f ...J a ' 2-L '44, 2.3 7.1, I.. 4 . ' WM f N 4 ! 2 if ff , ff Q ff! 4?7 fa? ff X 0 f ' .wu gy Q 0 'f w 56? 0, . li! M., .2 , he f .,,., , 5 My, wmv., Q ff I, X . MU sl D 1 . KP ' H' ?IiP":f'."r. ,- tg.. . N . ., . ' ,j ' .11 ,. ' - ., af' s fy , W af QA 5 J 1 , 4. 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Shirey, Senior Stephen C. Simms, Senior Jerry L. Sims, Senior Robert C. Skinner, Junior Gary A. Sloup, Freshman Brent T. Smith, Junior Charles M. Smith, Junior Ralph R. Smith, Junior Floyd L. Smith, Junior Gene D. Smith, Freshman Robert L. Smith, Freshman Bruce G. Sparks, Senior Thomas W. Specht, Senior David Steele, Senior Jesse G. Stephens, Sophomore Steve E. Stevens, Junior Gary W. Stinnett, Freshman James R. Stokley, Freshman Weldon W. Strout, Sophomore Randall H. Stovall, Sophomore Harold D. Stratton, Sophomore Frederick J. Streb, Senior William J. Struck, Sophomore Donald W. Struve, Junior Gary M. Swift, Freshman Charles D. Taylor, Freshman James L. Taylor, Freshman Charles L. Tefertiller, Freshman Robert E. Terrell, Senior Addison Terry, Senior Jimmy L. Teston, Freshman Richard M. Theimer, Junior Max Thompson, Senior Perry G. Thompson, Freshman James N. Thomas, Junior Robert F. Tierno, Senior Stephen E. Tilghman, Senior Alan L. Tisdal, Junior Nelson P. Todd, Senior Steve A. 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X 1 .4 ef u .L l x s w Sw E PY - Ou MX s During field problem excercises LDC cadets experience the proper way to travel down an unfamiliar road. Cadet Tac officers graded on the leadership performance. Juniors Experience Field Problems 4 Junior John W. Barksdale receives a short briefing from Tac officer Jack W. Klinger before running his squad through a field problem test. Once Pf0Ves helpful, the enemy is found good cover is needed. Tall grass on the side of a road K is-Y., V-,-If- L.1,,::,-4:.:,g:e,.-wlai.. , 5 -UV V .. .I I M -fi qlbiiv 4 f 'Ev 5 , xi Q 1 'iz awww' V 4 A" 1 x if Q M 49 Z? v ' :E .xvwg 'xi' ,-, ,Iv V, ---Vg 4 1...-..-. ..--,..-....1, ..-f..-,...4-fu-5-ry--sf ...-...n..... -,...- A . 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M.. ,wwf 2 WW I gif? 2 !,QL3-44.1 Z NkL I 'ZCQf W 7 ffm fuqfzz, QQ W" ?,QJZ?16,, MX!! ffzl jk47ffLfEE,A, V REAL ESTATE INSURANCE HOMES ALL KINDS LOANS SEAT RENTALS I :wil 9 SHOP if gowns -5+ vi .E gd f Q ffm! paqnofz BROKER BDB'S A -FARM cover I? 0 'WA I , , Q Serving The Norman Area Since Thai' Wonderful Year of 1946. BOB' SAWYER 32 I -2785 1208 N. Flood MR RR L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Official Jeweler To Leading Fraternities 84 Sorority 0 U CLASS RINGS 792 ASP AVE. IN GARNER'S MEN SHOP 321-6539 E l JEWELRY'S FINEST CRAFTSMEN Business Phone 321-5888 Res. Phone 32l-5448 KEN POYNOR AGENCY ,m,,,,s 4 708 Wesl Main Slreel W .. Norman, Oklahoma 73069 Q A 2 2 Bl' -1' V C .:- ---- . 5 ' "IF Q 4 fsmv VISIT 771 ' campus shop QUALITY CLOTHING AT NORMAL PRICES 321-3600 106 E. Main 319 W. Boyd 321-1411 THE LIEUTENANT 1971 . Was mainly financed by the advertisers in this last section of the yearbook. Their money is what made it possible to produce a yearbook of this quality, so please use them. Any- one wishing to advertise in THE LIEUTENANT 1972, contact the Military Science department in the Fall of 1971. THE LIEUTENANT Staff, 1971 We Give Allegiance To The Flag and 0U,s Army RCTC Tomorrow's Leaders in Today's World CARTER C. HANNER 8L MAMON G. SHARP Post 129 Stillwater, Oklahoma " ' ' '- '-' - - - -----H ...-.4-.1-.fa-r-f-..L-1-...,-.. , I .I . I , , V N X For qual1ty-serv1ce-satisfaction and the most desirable merchandise available - from the most respected makers at home and abroad at the best possible prices Velvet Step Fame F ashions Levi s J ones of D H Xtrovert Haggar a a S Martex Roberts Lvvable Phil mald Naman taught Cannon 6 Golden Vee Buckhl 6 1 O Bflan Samso 1111 ' 196 Kraus Munsmgwear y Be C P65 Lorraine Stform Dan River Red Goose Hanes Trmun Eiderlon Yardley I N Where ever you are -1t1sn t far O Zio I A to yOuI' I'lCa1'CSt Anthony StOI'C c R. A N 'r H o N Y co. Y . . . XXNXX ix 'a . . O O , I Razor Cuts 0 Hair Straightening 0 Manicures Appointments on Thursdays and Fridays JIM'S BARBER SHOP JIM SLOVACEK, OWNER 311 W. BOYD 0 NORMAN I 329-2859 BUDDY BOUSKA CLYDE DAWSON CHARLES NICKOLSON ROBERT WARNER Gentlemen of the Reserve Officers Training School We Salute you! I I 1 Q'-Qnlg-"1 fiigag ll, Sa KXXX The members of The Past Commanders Club Oklahoma City Post No. 35 -T ' ' -2- 'A A - l f f' ' " - " -" "" f f f'.5 ' - 1..:j,h: " ' 1 ' '. ..x1g -1'-'Y'-f ' 'f, QL.-::.:1 ' " '- "'1.: '7- ' ," -." ' 1g' A-.g.-31 " " ' -.5 UN CAMPUS CORNER WW America's strength lies in her youth and in their ability to protect and lead her citizens. We at Varsity sa- lute these dedicated cadets of the U.S. Army ROTC detachment at OU and are proud to be associated with them. This is a time of much criticism of our youth and a special time for these cadets. But as long as there are men like this in our country who are willing to stick to their beliefs and perform their duty in the face of crit- icism, our country will remain strong. And institutions like OU will continue to flourish with educational freedom. Thanks again. F or Goa' A na' Country 51 Years O f S erving Veterans A na' Their Families Norman Post 88 JOHNNIES Buy and Sell Trade Shop 566 Buchanan 364-0242 E A F1ne Store For Men HELM HAMBURGERS COORS ON TAP BUD 8a SCHLITZ IN CANS X TELEVISION 16 23 n portable color 8 9 P m TAPE RECCRDERS 20445 DRAW S1 00 PITCHER REFRIGERATORS ELECTRIC TYPEWRITERS STEREO RECORD PLAYERS CAMPUS TV RENTAI39 Q Q , ,Q I ' xxx? IXGI 4 Q, I X Q X I O 1279, as, as a d m - HOUSE OF TRAVEL "THE PEOPLE TO KNOW WHEN YOU'RE ON THE GO." "' Air 'I' Rail "' Bus 'I' Renial Cars 'I' Accommodalions "' Group Trips Any and all travel arrangements it costs you nothing more to handle with us. We also have special group trips during the year. 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U gg. 00 0000 00 REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 321 4262 3214023 'WEB 111519511 BEENCV HOMES W COMMERCIAL ' I'I'.-In-I-I'. . 'I'I'I'. N- 000 ' 00 0 00 0 00 00 00 0 00000 .gli of Mexican A na' A merican fi FAIMS ISN 0u,,,.. nsN'rALs ' ""' F -1--, CUSTOM 'Ng gn. IUILDING ' I' 35 ,nsh 5-fb H 303 S PETERS 0 ' 5 v 00 0 . V J - rx, if P f . , lil: . '- Az' ' ,J 2 . .-. ,L 1 . X , . 'Y - 0 1 . ' .fr '1q"'5 5 H 'A-. --.' ' , - , 3- ,. 'Q ., -'Z ,NN .ig ff ffgffffz lv S, R+. N---gi 1 1 ' 5--.1 ,f-W -- 12 " '- . - -I . 3 'A tk 5 '-17---532 .71 0 ' -' '-Q. :A , -- 'f 1, '- .. .Li.f'fY5!-1 - . ' 3 7, BE "L .52 ' .-.3 -F31 A - ' .. .., 2 " '-'T .3-.t .,, - v H.:w:1--. -2 "22.'1'i'L:..m 1" -'WF' X3 -9- -,, "3 ' C9 i 1 , I Eu-lcon PASSWG THE WORLD fav 9 I 'iff' P 1 A - I 6 W A , " 1 ' Q : I mf 'fb 9 , 'Vff vtlle 'L' CREDIT uNnoN 59" CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1971 ALL ARMY AND AIR FORCE OFFICERS ON ACTIVE DUTY ARE ELIGIBLE TO JOIN THE Cpentagovt qQdenaQ Cnedit Cunion ENCOHQASSING Tug M 0 . 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'uN'oN g,lVF" MEMBERS CAN SAVE WITH AND BORROW FROM PFCU FOR LIFE SAVE Latest Dividend A L 5.75'Zn Compounded C d S 'A lly U em" FoR DETAILS WRITE: BORROW t OW re it nion Rates PENTAGON FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Box 9649, Rosslyn Station CD5 Arlington, Virginia 22209 1 I VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Department of Oklahoma 7th District The Reserve Officers Training Corps has been the saving force in our past It is the continued hope of the future These young men represent the finest qualities of American youth As we'march toward the civilian - that our great country has always surfaced from the mainstream of its civilian society Chandler Del City Guthrie Harrah-McLoud Luther Midwest City Moore Noble Norman WE WHO HAVE BORNE THE BATTLE SALUTE YOU Post 1719 Post 9969 Post 4578 Post 1188 Post 6733 Post 7192 Post 8706 Post 3748 Post 4890 Okla City Okla City Okla City Okla City Prague Purcell Shawnee Stroud Post 405 Post 1857 Post 9265 Post 9457 Post 5858 Post 4932 Post 1317 Post 1196 HONOR THE DEAD BY HELPING THE LIVING e bank o people j ' 49TH84NORTHMAY ITIAY AVENUE BANK AND TRUST COITIPANY X 4 0 lg ly Eiimm 'N '. l ' 1 nM.! l ' 7 , . f 3 4 - ' ""'3"'t"'1 I' MEMBER F.D.l.c. Q 21st Century, we look to this viable program to continue to provide the leadelship - both military and More active duty military officers insure .I their automobiles with USAA than with all other insurance companies combined! Why? Because of our consistently low net cost and prompt claims service since 1922. SE USAA For information, write d Services Automobile Associat San Antonio At Kerr -McGee . . . ENERGY Is Our Business 5 Born in the oil fields of Oklahoma, Kerr-McGee has grown steadily through the years and is now internationally recognized for its success in finding and producing natural resources, including the four basic sources of energy - oil, gas, uranium and coal. Kerr-McGee's world-wide operations are directed from headquarters in Oklahoma City. Throughout the state, Kerr-McGee employs more than I,90O Oklahomans. We are proud of our Oklahoma heritage. 9 H'M H Developers of FUELS FUR THE FUTURE un NEXT Doon Fooo sroms OKLAHOMA Next to The Simi-- NATIONAL FS?f.Il5'.2i.'ZS EVERYTHING BANK 24 Hours Member 7 Days a Week I6O0 W. Lindsay 329-2I22 Oklahoma Automobile Dealers in support of the Army Reserve BOLEN IMPORTS LTD. MURDOCK CHEVROLET Home of the XKE small town overhead 1220 N. Robinson, OKC 2424 W. Main, Norman JACK CLARK DODGE AL SALYER OLDS-CADILLAC Where you buy a dealer Oklahoma's 7541 Olds-Cadillac dealer Main 8a Shartel, OKC 2505 W. Main, Norman ECKHART PORSCHE-AUDI, INC. SCOVIL MOTORS INC. 1501 N. Broadway Home of the Super Beetle Oklahoma City, Okla. 2404 W. Main, Norman BOB HART BUICK-OPEL CO. University CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH For a sweetHART of a deal The Wise Buys I-35 36 W- Main, NOIHIHH 301 E. Comanche, Norman HELLMAN PONTIAC INC. BUS HARTON FORD INC. Pontiac-Tempest-Firebird-GM Trucks For Better Ideas 201 24 Avenue NW, Norman 59th 8L S. 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